Lewin Barringer recorded his piano in stereo and his guitar in mono with the LCT 140.
His verdict: "These are - hands down - the best small condenser mic's in their price range. Modern design, modern sound, solidly built, what more could you ask for?"
Eric Carpenter gave the LEWITT LCT 140 a quick one-on-one vs. the RØDE NT1. Conclusion: "Build quality, sound quality, ease of use are all top-notch, as well as some funky LEDs to boot. In just the short time that I got to use this one, it topped my other quick “go-to” mics almost all around."
MusicTech.net published a comparative review of the LCT 140 and the LCT 340. Conclusion: "High-quality small-capsule condensers with useful real-world features and clean, crisp sound."
Warren is the founder of the Produce Like A Pro video tutorial series, which offers recording tutorials to beginners. In this episode Warren discusses the importance of guitar choice, mic choice, and his personal favorite microphone position for recording acoustic guitar.
Brian Culbertson is an American contemporary jazz/R&B/funk musician, multi-instrumentalist, producer and performer. His instruments include the synthesizer, piano, trombone, drums, bass, trumpet, euphonium and percussion.