Lewitt have aimed to establish a new class in the USB microphone segment with the DGT 650.
It supports ASIO for Windows and OS X Core Audio - and is also easily combined with mobile devices. To maximise its mobile abilities, it can be powered by a built-in lithium-ion battery. Other onboard features include an analog preamp, a switchable high-pass filter, two pre-attenuation settings and four different recording modes.
In stereo mode, the two condenser capsules provide a 90° XY stereo signal. Cardioid mode offers a cardioid pattern for recording speech or singing. In Singer/Songwriter mode, the DGT 650 can simultaneously put out both a mono signal and a line signal. Finally, for the stereo line-in mode, there’s a stereo input that makes it possible to record two-channel audio from a mixer or other line source. All of these modes also allow the additional inclusion of a MIDI signal.
It also sports a dynamic range greater than 110 dB-A and records at 24-bit resolution.
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