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AKG creates multi-mode microphone

AKG creates multi-mode microphone
Lyra

AKG creates multi-mode microphone

Lyra is equipped with a zero-latency headphone jack and volume knob to eliminate delay

AKG has announced the release of its Lyra multi-mode USB microphone with acoustically transparent, 4K-compatible, Ultra HD-grade 24-bit/192kHz audio resolution. It offers plug-and-play operation alongside an internal self-adjusting shockmount to minimise contact noise, while a built-in sound diffuser and AKG’s internal element overload prevention reportedly reduces noise and improves signal levels. Lyra is equipped with a zero-latency headphone jack and volume knob which is said to eliminate the short delay between speaking into a microphone and hearing the signal in the headphones. Ableton Live 10 Lite recording software is also included, which can reportedly work with any audio and video production software and online platforms.

Lyra comes with the AKG Adaptive Capsule Array that provides four capture modes for any form of performance to deliver ‘professional sound for any application’. The front mode isolates the target sound from any background noise by rejecting unwanted sounds at the microphone back and sides, while the front and back mode captures and blends sound together equally on all sides. The tight stereo mode captures audio in true stereo with discreet left and right audio, and the wide stereo mode captures audio with greater stereo separation, room ambience and depth.

Lyra is compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices and can be mounted to a traditional mic stand or microphone boom arm.



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