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Operation Manual Operation Manual
Thank you for selecting the ZOOM STUDIO 1201 (hereafter simply called the "1201" ). The 1201 is a digital reverb and multi-effect processor offering the following features: Total of 363 preset effect patterns (11 effects x 3 banks x 11 variations). A whole panorama of useful effects is available at your fingertips. Professional-quality reverb that far surpasses other units in this class and creates a wide and utterly natural sound stage. Top-level specs such as 44.1 kHz sampling, 18-bit A/D and D/A converters, and full stereo configuration assure professional performance with any type of source material. Many unique and interesting new effects such as Lo-Fi, KARAOKE, and AUTO-FILTER make creating techno tracks or DJ remixes a snap with the 1201. Please take the time to read this manual carefully so as to get the most out of your 1201 and to ensure optimum performance and reliability. Retain this manual, the warranty card and all other documentation for future reference.
Safety Precautions Rack Mounting Controls and Functions
s Front Panel s Rear Panel
s Connection between sound source such as electronic instrument or CD player and playback equipment s Connection to send/return jacks of a mixer s Connection for use of the Vocoder effect s Using two effects in parallel
Troubleshooting If there seems to be a problem with your 1201, please check
the followingpoints first.
In this manual, symbols are used to highlight Warning warnings and cautions for you to read so that accidents can be prevented. The meanings of these symbols are as follows:
This symbol indicates explanations about extremely dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, serious injury or death could result. This symbol indicates explanations about dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result.
s Power requirements
The 1201 is powered by the supplied AC adapter. To prevent malfunction and safety hazards, Do not use any other kind of AC adapter. When using the 1201 in an area with a different line voltage, please consult your local ZOOM distributor about acquiring a proper AC adapter.
Also take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure.
s Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the 1201 and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any cables. Also make sure to disconnect all cables and the AC adapter before moving the 1201.
close to equipment such as TV sets or radio receivers, reception interference may occur. If you encounter problems, move the 1201 further away from the affected equipment. Whatever the type of digital control device, the 1201 included, electromagnetic damage can cause malfunctioning, and can corrupt or destroy data. Since this is an ever-present danger, thorough care should be taken to minimize the risk of damage.
Avoid using your 1201 in environments where it will be exposed to: Extreme temperature High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
Never open the case of the 1201 or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the 1201. If necessary, slightly moisten the cloth. Do not use abrasive cleanser, wax, or solvents (such as paint thinner or cleaning alcohol), since these may dull the finish or damage the surface. Please keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference.
s Electrical interference
The 1201 has been designed to minimize radio frequency emissions and is highly resistant to external interference. However, if placed very
Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the 1201.
The 1201 is a precision instrument. Do not exert undue pressure on the unit.
This product conforms to EIA and DIN specifications for 19-inch rack mounting. We recommend to mount the unit in a rack rather than just placing it on a table or similar. As shown in the illustration, fasten the unit securely in the rack, using the four screw holes.
This unit uses a metal enclosure and is heavier than it might seem at first glance. When mounting in a rack, firmly support the unit and do not let go until all screws have been fastened. If the unit is not secured properly, it can fall and cause damage and injury. Do not stack the unit directly on top of other components. Otherwise overheating poses a risk of fire and can lead to performance degradation. Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adapter and all other cables. Otherwise cables or equipment may be damaged. Use a sturdy rack and place it on a level, solid surface where there is no danger of the rack vibrating or falling. Otherwise injury to persons or damage to equipment may occur.
MIXWET OU TPU T
R VAR ACTER IAT ION
TI ADJUME ST
AMBI EN VOCA CE PLAT L E ROOM HALL
REV EFF ERB ECT S
DIM PERCENSION USSIO ENSE N MB POW LE ER GA REVE TE RSE
6 BAN 7 A K 8 BC 11
PITC 2 DELAH PHAS Y CH ER TR 3 ORUS M-PA 4 FLAN N PITGER 5 DL CHO/ Y AUTO -FIL REV 6 FLG/ TER RINGREV 7 MO DLY/ D Lo-Fi REV 8 DLY+ EFX Vo 9 FLG -DIST CHO+ DLY ROTARY 10 MAD DLY+ E IN REV VOCODER 11 JAPA CHO+ KA REV RAOKE N FLG+ REV
* Screws for rack mounting are not included with the unit.
Controls and Functions
s Front Panel
DIGITAL REVERB & MULTI EFFECTS
AMBIENCE VOCAL PLATE ROOM HALL
DIMENSION PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE POWER GATE REVERSE
6 BANK 7 ABC 10 11
MADE IN JAPAN
PITCH PHASER TRM-PAN PIT-DLY AUTO-FILTER RING-MOD Lo-Fi EFX Vo-DIST ROTARY VOCODER KARAOKE DELAY CHORUS FLANGER CHO/REV FLG/REV DLY/REV DLY+FLG CHO+DLY DLY+REV CHO+REV FLG+REV
(1) (1) INPUT level control
Adjusts the level of the input signal from an instrument or other program source.
(8) (6) REVERB TIME/ADJUST control
x When bank A is selected with the BANK switch:
(3) MIX control
Adjusts the ratio between original sound and effect sound. Turning the control towards DRY (counterclockwise) emphasizes the original sound and turning it towards WET (clockwise) emphasizes the effect sound.
Adjusts the reverb time.
x When bank B or C is selected with the BANK switch:
(2) LED indicator
When the 1201 is turned on, this indicator lights up in green. If the input signal exceeds the peak level, the indicator lights up in red and the sound will be distorted. Adjust the INPUT level control so that the indicator flashes only very briefly at the highest signal peaks. When effects were turned off with the optional foot switch FS01, the indicator flashes in orange.
(4) OUTPUT level control
Adjusts the output signal level.
Adjusts a specific effect parameter. Which parameter is adjusted depends on the currently selected effect.
(5) CHARACTER/VARIATION selector
Selects the reverb character.
Selects the effect variation. For each effect,11 character or variation settings are available.
(7) REVERB TYPE/EFFECTS selector
(8) BANK switch
Selects one of the three effect banks (A, B, C). A bank is a group of related effects. Bank A contains reverb type effects and banks B and C contain modulation and multi-effect settings.
Selects the reverb type.
Selects the effect type from each bank. For each bank, 11 settings are available, resulting in a total of 33 reverb and effect types.
s Rear Panel
SERIAL NO. ZOOM CORPORATION
POWER DC9V 300mA FS01 R L R L/MONO INPUT
MADE IN JAPAN/FABRIQU AU JAPON
(1) INPUT jacks
Serve for connection to the sound source, such as the send jacks of an instrument or mixer. Mono sources should be connected to the L/MONO jack and stereo sources to both jacks (L/MONO for left channel and R for right channel).
Note: A preamplifier (such as integrated in a mixer) or a compact effect device is required when wishing to use the 1201 with an instrument with low output level, such as an electric guitar or bass, or with a high-impedance instrument (470 kilohms or higher).
(2) OUTPUT jacks
Serve for connection to the return jacks of an instrument or mixer, or to recording/playback equipment.
(4) DC INPUT jack
The cable from the supplied AC adapter is connected here.
Note: When the AC adapter is plugged into an AC outlet, the 1201 is automatically turned on.
(3) EFFECT ON/OFF jack
The optional foot switch FS01 can be connected here, for switching effects on and off with your foot. When effects are off, only the original sound is heard and the front- panel LED indicator flashes in orange.
Connect an electronic instrument, microphone, mixer, or other audio equipment to the 1201 as described below.
Before making any connections, set the power switches of all equipment to OFF. If the equipment is on, sudden noise surges can lead to hearing damage or damage to the equipment.
s Connection between sound source such as electronic instrument or CD player and playback equipment
This connection example shows the use of the 1201 as an effect device for electronic instruments. When using the unit in a monaural configuration, connect only the L/MONO jack. The balance between the original sound of the instrument and the effect sound is adjusted by the MIX level control. When wishing to apply an effect such as KARAOKE to stereo sources, a CD player can be connected instead of an electronic instrument. (The KARAOKE effect only works with stereo sources.)
INPUT R INPUT L/MONO
Program source such as CD player
s Connection for use of the Vocoder effect
When the Vocoder effect is selected, the R input signal is used to create an envelope, and the effect itself is applied to the L/MONO input signal. Therefore the microphone (via a microphone amplifier or mixer) should be connected to the R jack and the keyboard or guitar signal to the L/MONO jack. When connections have been made in this way, talking or singing into the microphone will alter the instrument sound according to the voice envelope curve (Vocoder effect).
Microphone amplifier, mixer or similar Microphone
INPUT R OUTPUT L OUTPUT R
s Connection to send/return jacks of a mixer
This connection example shows the use of the 1201 in the send/return loop of a mixer to which instruments or other sound sources are connected. In this case, the balance between the original sound of the mixer (DRY) and the effect sound OUTPUT L produced by the 1201 (WET) is normally INPUT R adjusted at the mixer. Therefore the MIX RETURN SEND LEVEL control of the 1201 should be INPUT L/MONO OUTPUT R turned fully clockwise, so that only the WET sound is returned to the mixer.
s Using two effects in parallel
The 1201 allows the simultaneous use of two effects in parallel. This is possible with the effects in bank B marked with a "/" on the display. This connection example shows how to use such effects independently in a parallel configuration.
Preamplifier or distortion effect device
If there seems to be a problem with your 1201, please check the following points first.
Number of preset programs A/D converter D/A converter Sampling frequency Inputs 363 (11 effects x 3 banks x 11 variations) 18 bit, 64 times oversampling 18 bit, 8 times oversampling 44.1 kHz Rear inputs (L/MONO, R): standard monaural phone jack x 2 Reference input level: -10 dBm to +4 dBm Input impedance: 7.5 kilohms (MONO), 15 kilohms (STEREO) Rear outputs (L, R): standard monaural phone jack x 2 Reference output level: -10 dBm to +4 dBm Output impedance: 330 ohms or less EFFECT ON/OFF 9 V DC, 300 mA (from supplied AC adapter) 482 (W) x 44 (H) x 115 (D) mm 1.5 kg
Is AC adapter connected correctly?
Make connections as described in "Connections". Use only the AC adapter supplied with the unit.
Is instrument connected correctly to INPUT Make connections as described in "Connections". jack and playback system to OUTPUT jack? Is shielded cable defective? Try replacing the cable. Check all devices and adjust controls. Adjust controls for proper matching with connected equipment. Adjust MIX control. Connect microphone via a microphone amplifier or mixer. Adjust INPUT level control so that LED indicator lights up only occasionally during signal peaks.
No sound or volume is very low.
Are connected instrument and playback system functioning correctly? Are all volume controls set to proper levels? Are INPUT and OUTPUT level controls of 1201 set to proper positions? Are effects set to off and is MIX control turned towards WET? Is a microphone connected directly to the rear-panel input?
Control connector Power requirements Dimensions Weight
* 0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms * Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
NOAH Bldg., 2-10-2, Miyanishi-cho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183, Japan PHONE: 0423-69-7116 FAX: 0423-69-7115
Printed in Japan 1201-5000
Sound is distorted or breaks up.
Is input signal level too high?
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W
HID Exterior Series
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N
ETCs Source Four XT HID is a Source Four spotlight for all-weather use. Powerful Source Four optics, light output and energy savings in a sleek IP65-rated watertight/dustproof design. XT features ETCs Source Four Zoom 15 to 30 optical system plus our longlife 12,000-hour, 150W HID lamp. Hang by yoke, place on ground, attach to poles and other structures -- the rugged XT handles any habitat -- wet-location use, exposed architectural installations, entertainment venues, themed environments, and beyond.
O R D E R I N G I N F O R M AT I O N Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W
PART NO. 7065A1201-0X 7065A1201-1X 7065A1201-2X DESCRIPTION Source Four XT 15 to 30 Zoom, 230V/150W, with standard yoke, Black. Source Four XT 15 to 30 Zoom, 230V/150W, with standard yoke, White. Source Four XT 15 to 30 Zoom, 230V/150W, with standard yoke, Bronze. Source Four XT 15 to 30 Zoom, 230V/150W, with standard yoke, Custom Colours.
F E AT U R E S
Low copper die-cast and extruded aluminium construction Stainless-steel, metric hexagonal hardware at all external locations 150W Ceramic Metal Halide Lamp, 12,000 hour life (not dimmable) Integral 230V electronic ballast, with greater than 90% efficiency Unique, water-tight design completely seals the optical chamber Removable barrel for easy focus Barrel hangs on yoke for hands-free operation Tilt-down ballast housing for lamp change, without disturbing focus 15 to 30 zoom range with high efficiency optics Dual internal pattern holders suitable for A or B size metal or glass patterns and colour Two-plane stainless steel shutter assembly with shutter rotation CE compliant IP65 rated Effective Projected Area (EPA):1.40
For custom colours, please call ETC. ETC Source Four 150W HID Zooms are supplied with Philips CDM MasterColor 150W 3000K ceramic metal halide lamp, steel pattern holder and 1.8m cable as standard.
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S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
PHYSICAL Low copper die-cast aluminium rear housing (A360 grade) Copper-free extruded aluminium barrel (6061-T6 grade) Stainless steel, metric hex-head hardware at all fixing points and openings (316 and 18/8 grade) Separate hex-head wrench sizes for aim/tilt/re-lamp (5 mm, 8mm, 4 mm respectively) Tilt-down ballast housing with single captive-screw release Pre-wired with 1.8m cable w. bare ends Removable ballast service plate with captive screws and EPDM gasket Lamp access from rear without breaking focus Lamp cap uses four captive screws with orientation retainer and EPDM gasket Heat-resistant, tempered glass front lens 2.2 cm thick Front of barrel has four tapped mounting holes for accessories Removable barrel for easy focus Barrel mounts only one way with internal locating pin Barrel hangs from yoke side in any orientation Triple-point barrel seal with self-compressing design High-temperature silicone main gasket at barrel Extruded aluminum optical rails with positive locking lens holders 20-gauge stainless steel shutters in a bi-plane assembly 6-point stainless steel spring shutter retention system Dual internal pattern holders for A or B metal or glass patterns Standard steel yoke allows +45 to -40 tilt when bracket or pole mounted Standard steel yoke allows +12 to -7 tilt when ground (pad) mounted Long yoke allows +90 to -35 tilt Triple-bolt yoke mounting for swivel or fixed positioning ( Center bolt and 3/8 side bolts) Stainless steel Nord-Lock bolt-securing systems at yoke tilt point Optional die-cast aluminium front lens holder for up to two filters Optional welded aluminium half-shield for front glare control Fixture has an Effective Projected Area (EPA) of 1.40 THERMAL ront Lens Temperature 35 C F Operational Temperature range: -30 C to + 40 C
ELECTRICAL 150 watt, high-power factor, fully encapsulated electronic ballast -- Less than 14 Amps inrush current, lasts less than one AC cycle (16.7mS) NOTE: Select breakers that meet or exceed the in-rush and ampacity requirement -- Integrated thermal protection -- Microprocessor controlled safety shutdown and end-of-life protection -- Complies with FCC 18C -- Minimum Starting Temperature : -30 C -- Class A Sound Rating -- Less than 10% Harmonic distortion -- Greater than 95% Power Factor -- 90% Ballast Efficiency -- 230V (Nominal) Ballast 230V10%, 50Hz 0.69 Amps operating current High-temperature lamp socket and socket lead wires OPTICAL e-optimized optical system for improved photometric R performance and field uniformity aceted borosilicate reflector with dichroic cold mirror coating F removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reflects greater than 95% of visible light eflector and lenses secured with anti-vibration R shock mounts Two bi-convex lenses with anti-reflective coatings ow gate and beam temperature, shutters will not warp L or distort LAMP 150W Ceramic metal halide TC Source Four XT HID is shipped with a 150W Philips E MasterColor CDM lamp -- 3000K color temperature (nominal) -- 12,000 hrs. lamp life -- Colour Rendering Index (CRI) 85 -- 30 second ignition time -- 3 minutes to 90% light output (run-up) -- 15 minute re-ignition time (cool-down) -- 14,000 initial lumens -- 95 Lm/W efficacy Optional 150W Philips MasterColor CDM 4,200K color temperature (96 CRI) lamp available
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Photometric data below is measured with a Philips CDM MasterColor 150W (3000K) ceramic metal halide lamp. To convert data when using any other HID lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm MF or Cd MF) for that specific lamp. For lumen data, multiply by the Lm MF. For candela or footcandle data, multiply by the Cd MF.
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Narrowest (cosine)
Degree Narrowest Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efficiency Lumens per watt
Throw Distance (d) Field Diameter Illuminance (fc) Illuminance (lux)
3.0m.7m 1,557 16,759
4.6m 1.0m 692 7,449
6.1m 1.4m 389 4,190
7.6m 1.7m 249 2,682
Metric Conversions: For Meters multiply feet by.3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76
For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.23 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.203
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Mid (cosine)
Degree Mid Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efficiency Lumens per watt
3.0m 1.3m 726 7,815
4.6m 1.9m 323 3,473
6.1m 2.5m 182 1954
7.6m 3.2m 116 1250
For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.414 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.356
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Widest (cosine)
Degree Widest Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efficiency Lumens per watt
3.0m 1.8m 344 3,703
4.6m 2.8m 153 1,646
6.1m 3.7m 86 926
7.6 4.6m 55 592
For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.604 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.495
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PHOTOMETRICS Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Narrowest(cosine) Iso-Illuminance Diagram
(Flat Surface Distribution)
Cosine Candela Plot
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Mid(cosine) Iso-Illuminance Diagram
Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W set at Widest(cosine) Iso-Illuminance Diagram
Complete IES photometry data files (LM-63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. Go to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp`
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PART NO. 7065A1006 DESCRIPTION
PART NO. 7065A1010 DESCRIPTION Wall or Square Pole Mount
Standard Yoke, provides +12 to -7 tilt from horizontal when ground-mounted. Cannot be aimed straight up or down (Supplied with fixture)
PART NO. 7065A1007 Long Yoke, provides +90 to -35 tilt, allowing straight up or down aiming 7065A1011 7065A1012 7065A1015 7065A1013
225mm 199mm 178mm 225mm 206mm
DESCRIPTION Gobo Holder (B-size) for steel patterns Gobo Holder (B-size) for glass patterns and colour Grid Louvre Insert Kit, (egg-crate) insert for use with 7065A1014 and 7065A1013 External colour holder, holder for glass or gel colour for external mounting on fixture housing
Single Pole Mount Pole-top mounting adapter for 4 (100mm) pole (provided by others)
Half Shield, 45 for external mounting on fixture housing
Twin fixture Pole top mount adapter for standard 4 (100mm) pole (provided by others)
127 mm 104mm 108mm (Inside)
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PHYSICAL Source Four XT HID Zoom 15-30 150W Weights*
MODEL S4 HID XT 150W WEIGHT Kg 16.3 SHIPPING WEIGHT Kg 18.1
63.5mm Bottom View
Source Four XT products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. Licensed under U.S. Patent No. 5,404,283. U.S. Patents Pending
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