The LEWITT Conference Series provides pleasantly clear and intelligible voice reproduction for podiums, houses of worship and conference rooms of any size. All components can be exchanged effortlessly and adapted to your preferences without compromises.
Featuring state-of-the-art decoupling, all structure-borne and handling noise is reduced to a minimum for professional ease-of-use.
The LEWITT conference system consists of three distinguished components – capsule, gooseneck, base – and can be tailored according to your specific application and room. Providing you with unsurpassed speech intelligibility, it is built from sturdy, reliable materials. Single- and double-goosenecks are available in different lengths and guarantee quick and accurate positioning.
The LEWITT conference condenser capsules S6 and S10 provide natural, transparent, and most intelligible voice reproduction with highly efficient off-axis rejection and high gain before feedback. Both feature shotgun pattern and are compatible with all available LEWITT goosenecks. They will hit the stores with a $179 price tag.
LEWITT’s slim metal goosenecks are compatible with any microphone base featuring a 3-pin XLR connector. They are fully adjustable with minimal handling noise and available in different sizes: GN15X is the compact version with a length of 150 mm. It will be available for $79. The adjustable GN35X features one flexible section with a total length of 350 mm and will be available for $89. The GN35X2 is fully adjustable with two flexible sections and measures 350 mm in length – it will be available for $129.
LEWITT’s bases have a 3-pin XLR connector and a balanced 3-pin XLR output connector. The modern shapes efficiently minimize structure-borne noise. The material is rugged and features a non-reflective matte black coating. The B70AS base features a mute button and will be available for $99, while the B70A will be available for $79.
The LEWITT Conference Series will be available in Q3 2018. Visitors to the InfoComm can visit LEWITT at booth C857 in the Central Hall.