The LCM80EW model, with two mics positioned above the instrument, produces an extra warm sound while it doesn't amplify the sharper sound coming from the bell. This model is developed together with Bill Evans in the nineties.
Bill Evans & Kenny Garrett (@"the Sound of Brazil", NYC)
Type: back electret condenser microphone. Polar pattern: cardioid-unidirectional. Frequency response: 50-20.000 Hz. Sensibility at 1 kHz: 8 mV/Pa ± 2,5 dB. Signal to Noise ratio: > 64 dB. Output impedance: at 1 kHz: 1 kOhm. Max. sound pressure level: 135 dB at 1% THD. Powering: 9V or phantom power: 48-52 V. Current consumption: battery 0,02 mA / phantom 0,15 mA. DM double mike preamp is included.
Arno Haas with LCM80EW: