For 70 years, the world's top recording studios and concert stages have relied on AKG microphones to craft today's biggest hits. AKG Lyra brings that legendary acoustic engineering to a versatile USB microphone that delivers the highest-quality audio in its class.
Inside, advanced circuitry delivers acoustically transparent, 4K-compatible, Ultra HD-grade, 24-bit/192kHz audio resolution. Lyra's internal self-adjusting shock mount minimises contact noise, and its built-in sound diffuser and AKG's proprietary Internal Element Overload Prevention automatically reduce noise, eliminate pops and improve signal levels.
Whether its for podcasting, making YouTube videos, live streaming, gaming, or recording the next hit, it can all be done with the AKG Lyra Ultra HD, multimode USB microphone.
- 4K-compatible, Ultra HD-grade, 24-bit/192kHz audio resolution
- Four-capsule mic array provides four user-friendly capture modes
- Headphone monitoring with volume adjustment
- Microphone mute and gain adjustment
- Comes with Ableton Live 10 Lite
- Industrial-Retro Design inspired by the C414
- Versatile mounting option with integrated desktop stand or standard mic stand
A Complete Production Studio:
Lyra works seamlessly with all major audio and video production software and online platforms, and includes Ableton Live 10 Lite recording software. Whether you're going for a polished, modern sound or a classic vintage vibe, Lyra gives you everything you need to bring your ideas to life.
With AKG Lyra, you'll be up and running in no time, no matter your experience level. There's no assembly, no need for a separate audio interface, no fiddling with software settings-it just works, right out of the box.
Windows 8 or higher, Mac OS 10.7 or higher, Android 9 or higher, iOS 10 or higher. iOS support may require Apple Camera Connection Kit, Android support may require OTG adapter cable, available separately. 24-bit/192kHz maximum audio performance is dependent on host device and software capabilities.
LYRA Test Drive:
Podcaster and motivator Pat Flynn along with Mike Russell from Music Radio Creative brought an AKG LYRA into the studio to test drive and record the results.