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Thank you for selecting the ZOOM 606 (hereafter simply called the "606"). Please take the time to read this manual carefully so as to get the most out of the unit and to ensure optimum performance and reliability. Retain this manual, the warranty card and all other documentation for future reference.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2 Features 3 Basic Terms 4 Operating the Unit on Battery Power 5 Controls and Functions / Connections 6 Selecting Patches for Play 8 Using the Expression Pedal 10 Using the Tuner Function 12 Making/Changing DRIVE Module Settings 14 Editing a Patch 16 Storing/Copying Patches 18 Changing the "Patch Call" Method 20 Restoring the Factory Defaults 22 Adjusting the Expression Pedal 23 Effect Sequence 24 Effect Parameters 25 Specifications 38 Usage Precautions 39 Troubleshooting 39 Patch List
In this manual, symbols are used to highlight 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 Warning 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 Caution ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result. Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the 606.
The 606 is a sophisticated multi-effect processor for guitar with the following great features.
Use four IEC R6 (size AA) 1.5 V batteries (alkaline/manganese). The 606 cannot be used for recharging. Pay close attention to the labelling of the battery to make sure you choose the correct type. If the 606 is not to be used for an extended period of time, remove the battery from the unit. If battery leakage has occurred, wipe the battery compartment and the battery terminals carefully to remove all remnants of battery fluid. While using the unit, the battery compartment cover should be closed.
Outstanding performance The 606 provides a palette of 35 built-in high-quality effects, including a wide variation of distortion settings and flexible modulation effects. Up to nine effects can be used simultaneously. In terms of performance and features, the 606 far surpasses everythings in its class. Built-in expression pedal The integrated pedal makes it easy to adjust effect depth or volume during play. Whether you choose pedal wah or gutsy pitch bend, the range of available sounds is on par with top of the line. Smooth operation feel The intuitive operation of the unit is derived from the highly popular ZOOM 505 II. Dedicated selectors for the most important distortion effects make the 606 a snap to use. Controlling distortion type and intensity during a performance is smooth and easy. Built-in auto-chromatic tuner The integrated auto-chromatic tuning function is tailored to the needs of the guitarist and can be used on stage. Dual power supply enables operation anywhere The dual power supply principle allows the unit to be powered either from an AC adapter or from four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries. Continuous operation time on batteries is 7 hours with manganese batteries and 24 hours with alkaline batteries.
Since power consumption of this unit is fairly high, we recommend the use of an AC adapter whenever possible. When powering the unit from a battery, use only an alkaline type.
Avoid using your 606 in environments where it will be exposed to: Extreme temperature High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
AC adapter operation
Be sure to use only an AC adapter which supplies 9 V DC, 300 mA and is equipped with a "center minus" plug (Zoom AD-0006). The use of an adapter other than the specified type may damage the unit and pose a safety hazard. Connect the AC adapter only to an AC outlet that supplies the rated voltage required by the adapter. When disconnecting the AC adapter from the AC outlet, always grasp the adapter itself and do not pull at the cable. If the unit is not to be used for a long time, disconnect the AC adapter from the outlet.
The 606 is a precision instrument. Except for the foot switches, do not push other parts with your feet or subject them to strong force. Take care that no foreign objects (coins or pins etc.) or liquids can enter the unit. Be sure to turn the power to all equipment off before making connections. Before moving the unit, turn the power off, and disconnect all cables and the AC adapter.
Never open the case of the 606 or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.
This section explains some important terms that you will find in this manual.
BANK b BANK A BANK E BANK d BANK C
PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6
BANK G BANK F
PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6
s Effect module As shown in the illustration below, the effect sound of the 606 is created by routing the signal through a series of different effects. Each of these effects is called an effect module.
IN COMP WAH DRIVE EQ ZNR AMP MOD/PITCH DLY/REV OUT
PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6
Basic Terms / Operating the Unit on Battery Power
numbered 1 through 6. To select a patch, you specify the bank and the patch number. A1 selects patch 1 in bank A, and F4 selects patch 4 in bank F. s Play mode/edit mode These terms refer to the operation state of the 606. The mode is selected with the PLAY/EDIT selector. In play mode, you select the effects for playing, and in edit mode, you can change the effect settings.
In addition to effect modules such as DRIVE (distortion), MOD/PITCH (modulation), or DLY/REV (delay and reverb), you can also use the ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction) and amp simulator simultaneously. Parameters such as effect intensity can be adjusted for each module, and modules can be switched on and off as needed. s Effect type Each effect module of the 606 contains a variety of effects in the same general family. These are called effect types, and you can select one of these at a time. For example, the MOD/PITCH module comprises the effect types chorus, flanger, pitch shifter, etc. s Effect parameter Each effect module has various parameters that control how the effect operates. By adjusting the parameters for each module, you have a considerable amount of control over the final sound. s Patch In the 606, effects are stored and called up in patches. A patch contains information about module on/off settings, selected effect types, and effect parameter settings. The 606 can store 42 patches in its internal memory. s Bank A combination of 6 patches is called a bank. The 606 has a total of 7 banks which are labelled A through G. The patches in each bank are
To directly switch the bank
You can use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to directly switch among the banks A - G.
When using the 606 on batteries, plug a shielded cable with mono phone plug into the INPUT jack of the 606.
When using the 606 with the AC adapter, plug the adapter into the outlet and plug the cable from the adapter into the DC 9V jack on the 606. Turn on the guitar amplifier and adjust the volume to a suitable position.
To adjust the master volume
Keep both VALUE [+] / [-] keys depressed for more than 1 second.
While the master volume setting is shown, pressing the VALUE [+] / [-] key changes the setting.
The setting range is 0 - 50. When the unit is turned off and on again, the setting will be reset to 40.
When using headphones, the master volume setting can be used to adjust the listening volume.
Set 606 to play mode
When the [PLAY/EDIT] selector is set to a different position, set it to "PLAY". The currently selected bank and patch number are shown on the display
Immediately after turning on power to the 606, the unit will be in play mode even if the [PLAY/EDIT] selector is set to a different position.
To switch patches in play mode, use the [W]/[ Q ] foot switches.
Using the Expression Pedal
The 606 has a built-in expression pedal which can be used to control a selected effect parameter or the volume level with your foot.
Operate the pedal
Rock the pedal back and forth while playing your instrument.
Select the module to be controlled by the pedal
Press the PEDAL ASSIGN key until the LED corresponding to the desired module is lit.
The LED indicators show which module is currently assigned to the pedal. The following modules can be selected.
WAH Effect parameter or WAH module DRIVE Effect parameter of DRIVE module MOD/PITCH Effect parameter of MOD/PITCH (modulation/pitch) module DLY/REV Effect parameter of DLY/REV (delay/reverb) module VOL. Overall patch volume All PEDAL ASSIGN LEDs out Expression pedal is inactive.
Rock back and forth
The effect of operating the pedal will differ, depending on which module was selected in step. Try moving the pedal to hear the actual sound change.
To switch the module on and off
Push the pedal fully down.
The currently lit PEDAL ASSIGN LED starts to flash, and the corresponding module is turned off. To return to the on setting, push the pedal down once more.
Assignment of modules to the pedal and module on/off status can be stored as part of a patch ( p. 18). The pedal sensitivity can be adjusted ( p. 23).
The actual effect of operating the expression pedal will depend on which effect parameter is selected for the respective module. If you select a module that is set to OFF in the current patch, the module becomes ON when the pedal is assigned to it. If you later assign the pedal to another module, the previous module becomes OFF again. In the bypass mode (effects temporarily switched off), the pedal is automatically assigned to VOL.
Push fully down When VOL is assigned, the pedal does not perform on/off switching.
Using the Tuner Function
The 606 incorporates an auto-chromatic tuner for guitars. To use the tuner function, the built-in effects must be bypassed (temporarily turned off) or muted (original sound and effect sound turned off).
Adjusting the reference pitch of the tuner
The default reference pitch of the tuner (the setting which is established when the unit is turned on) is center A = 440 Hz. You can fine-adjust this reference pitch if desired.
The tuner function is not available if the PLAY/EDIT selector is set to a position other than PLAY.
Switch to bypass or mute
Press both [W] / [Q] foot switches together.
Pressing and immediately releasing the switches sets the unit to the bypass condition. Pressing and holding the switches for at least 1 second sets the unit to the mute condition. Using the Tuner Function
Press one of the VALUE [+] / [-] keys.
The current reference pitch is shown for about 2 seconds. The default setting is "40" (center A = 440 Hz).
Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to adjust the setting.
The setting range is 35 - 45 (center A = 435 to 445 Hz).
When power to the unit is turned off and on again, the setting reverts to the default of "40" (center A = 440 Hz).
Tune the guitar
Play the open string you want to tune, and watch the display.
The left side of the display shows the note which is closest to the current pitch.
Pitch is high Pitch is correct
Return to play mode
Press one of the [W] / [Q] foot switches.
Pitch is low
The right side of the display shows a symbol that indicates by how much the tuning is off.
Indication turns faster the more the pitch is off.
Tune the other strings in the same way.
Making/Changing DRIVE Module Settings
The DRIVE module comprises various distortion types and gain settings, which can be adjusted with the dedicated selector and keys at any time.
The following operation can be carried out in play mode or edit mode.
Adjust the DRIVE module gain
Press one of the GAIN [+] / [-] keys.
Depending on which effect type is currently selected, distortion depth or signal gain changes. The GAIN parameter value is shown for about 2 seconds on the display.
Select the DRIVE module distortion type
Use the DRIVE selector to select the desired distortion type (effect type).
The selected effect type name is shown for about 2 seconds on the display. For a detailed list of effect types, see the section "Effect Parameters" at the end of this manual. Making/Changing DRIVE Module Settings
To switch the DRIVE module on or off
Press the GAIN [+] / [-] keys together.
When the DRIVE module is switched off, the DRIVE LED at the top right of the DRIVE selector goes out.
The change made in this way is only temporary. When you select a different patch, the setting will revert to the original condition. If you want to keep the change, store the patch, as described on page 18.
By setting the PLAY/EDIT selector to the DRIVE position, you can check the current effect type.
When the DRIVE LED is out, the DRIVE module is off. If you switch to a different effect type in this condition, the module is automatically turned on.
Editing a Patch
Editing means changing the various effect parameter settings of a patch. Use an existing patch as a starting point and adjust the parameters to create your own and original sound.
Adjust the parameter setting value
Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys.
The keys operate as follows. Keeping one key depressed: Value changes continuously. Hold down one key while pressing the other key: Value increases rapidly. Pressing both keys simultaneously: Switch to next effect type in same module.
Select the effect parameter
Use the PLAY/EDIT selector to select the module and parameter you want to edit.
The 606 switches to the edit mode and the value of the currently selected effect parameter appears on the display. When the 606 is in edit mode, a dot is shown in the bottom right corner of the display.
Changing the module on/off setting
For information on effect modules and parameters, see the section "Effect Parameters" at the end of this manual.
The DRIVE module can also be directly edited by using the DRIVE selector and GAIN [+] / [-] keys ( p. 14).
This switches the effect module selected with the PLAY/EDIT selector on or off.
When the PLAY/EDIT selector is set to "CONTOUR" or "TIME", pressing the [W] / [Q] foot switches together has no effect.
Terminate the edit mode
Set the PLAY/EDIT selector to "PLAY". The unit reverts to the play mode.
The editing changes made in this way are only temporary. When you return to the play mode and select a different patch, the settings will revert to the original condition. If you want to keep the change, store the settings before switching the patch ( p.18 ). ZOOM 606
An edited patch can be stored at any desired location in the internal memory of the unit. It is also possible to copy an existing patch and store it at another location.
Press the STORE key once more.
When the store/copy process is completed, the unit reverts to the original mode, with the target patch being selected.
Press the STORE key in play mode or edit mode.
The bank and patch number on the display are flashing.
When the store/copy process is executed, the previous content of the store target is overwritten and cannot be restored if it was a user-created patch. You should therefore take care when selecting a target patch. However, the factory default settings of an individual patch or all patches can be restored, as described on page 22.
Use the [W]/[Q] foot switches to select the target location in which to store the patch.
To cancel the store/copy process
Press the VALUE [+]/[-] key instead of the STORE key.
The store process is aborted and the unit reverts to the previous mode.
When storing or copying a patch, it is not possible to use theVALUE [+]/[-] keys to switch only the bank number.
The store process is also canceled when [PLAY/EDIT] selector is operated instead of theva VALUE [+]/[-] key.
Changing the "Patch Call" Method
In normal operation, the sound of the 606 will change immediately if a patch is selected in play mode. This may be undesirable if a patch from a distant memory location is called and the sound of other unwanted patches in between is heard. If desired, you can change the "Patch call"
method from direct selection to the pre-select method. In pre-select mode, you first specify the desired patch and then confirm the selection. The sound will only change after you have confirmed the operation.
Changing the "Patch call" method to pre-select
To change the "Patch call" method to preselect, you must turn the unit on while holding down the [Q] foot switch.
Confirm the patch change
When the desired patch is shown, press the [W]/[Q] foot switches together.
Specifying the desired patch
Use the [W]/[Q] foot switches to select the patch you want to use next.
You can also use the VALUE [+]/[-] keys to only switch the bank. The patch change is confirmed, the sound changes, and the display stops flashing and stays constantly lit.
The bank and patch number of the patch to be used next will be shown on the display, but the sound does not yet change.
Changing the "Patch call" method back to direct select
To change the "Patch call" method back to normal direct select operation, simply turn the unit off and back on again.
This will return the patch select method to the default setting.
Restoring the Factory Defaults
The 606 comes with 42 recommended patches (factory default patches). Even if you overwrite any of these patches, you can restore the original contents of the patch at any time. There are two ways of restoring factory defaults. "All Initialize" returns the entire set of patches to the original condition. "Factory Recall" restores a specific patch to the original condition. 1. While holding down the STORE key, turn the unit on. The indication "AL" flashes on the display.
Adjusting the Expression Pedal
The expression pedal of the 606 is adjusted for optimum operation at the factory, but sometimes, readjustment may be necessary. If the action of the pedal seems to be insufficient, or if a large change occurs even if the pedal is only lightly pushed, adjust the pedal as follows. 1. While holding down the PEDAL ASSIGN key, turn the unit on. The indication "dn" flashes on the display.
s To perform All Initialize
2. Press the STORE key once more. All patch settings are returned to the factory default condition, and the unit switches to play mode. To cancel All Initialize, press the VALUE [-] key.
2. With the expression pedal fully raised, press the STORE key. The display indication changes to "UP".
Pedal fully raised
All user-created patches will be lost when performing All Initialize. Use this function with care.
s To perform Factory Recall
2. Use the [W] / [Q] foot switches to select the patch you want to return to the original condition. The specified bank and patch number flashes on the display. During Factory Recall, the VALUE [+] / [-] keys cannot be used to switch the bank only. 3. Press the STORE key once more. The settings of the specified patch are returned to the factory default condition. If desired, repeat steps 2 and 3 to restore other patches. To terminate the Factory Recall operation, press the VALUE [-] key. The unit will switch to the play mode at this point.
3. Push the expression pedal fully down and then lift your foot off the pedal. When you release your foot, the pedal goes back a little.
Push strongly, so that pedal touches here
When foot is lifted, pedal returns slightly
4. Press the STORE key. The adjustment is completed, and the unit returns to the play mode.
The point where the STORE key is pressed in step 3 determines the module on/off switching point. If you want the pedal to perform on/off switching with a lighter touch, push the key at a somewhat higher position of the pedal.
A patch of the 606 can be thought of as 8 effect modules connected in series, as shown in the illustration below. Depending on the on/off setting of the individual modules, you can use all eight effect modules together or use only specific modules. Effect module sequence and effect types
This section explains all effect types and parameters in the effect modules. How to read the "Effect Parameters" listing
Shows the settings that can be selected for each module with the VALUE [+] / [-] keys. Depending on the selected effect module, the effect type, parameter setting value, or both are shown.
Effect type only shown Parameter setting value only shown
PEDAL WAH AUTO WAH
FDR CLN US BLUES MS DRV BG DRV PVY DRV OD DIST LEAD FUZZ METAL 7th ACOUSTIC
4 BAND EQ
AMP MOD/PITCH DLY/REV
COMBO BRIGHT COMBO STACK CHORUS FLANGER FLANGER CHORUS PHASE SHIFT PHASE SHIFT CHORUS DOUBLING DOUBLING CHORUS TREMOLO TREMOLO CHORUS STEP STEP CHORUS CRY1 CRY2 CRY CHORUS RING MOD RING MOD CHORUS SLOW ATTACK SLOW ATTACK PITCH SHIFT PITCH SHIFT PEDAL PITCH DELAY ECHO HALL ROOM
Effect type and parameter setting value shown Effect type Setting value
The illustration shows the selector position for calling up the effect module/effect parameter.
This module comprises auto wah and pedal wah for use with the expression pedal. Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to select the effect type and adjust the effect intensity.
This effect type allows using the expression pedal for pedal wah. Higher setting values result in higher emphasized frequency.
For some effect modules, you can select among several effect types. For example, the MOD/PITCH module offers the choices CHORUS, FLANGER, PHASE, TREMOLO, etc. In this module, you can also have two effect types operating in succession, such as FLANGER CHORUS or TREMOLO CHORUS.
Adjusts the drive module gain over the range of 1 - 30 (common to all effect types in the DRIVE module).
Heavy metal type sound with emphasized bass and treble. Also suitable for 7-string guitar sound.
Changes the sound of an electric guitar into that of an acoustic guitar.
Turns the DRIVE module off.
FDR CLN (FDR Clean)
Simulates the clean sound of a built-in type tube amplifier.
EQ module (basic parameter)
This module contains a 4-band equalizer. Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to select the EQ characteristics.
Solid crunch sound for playing the Blues.
MS DRV (MS Drive)
Drive sound emulating a British style tube stack amp.
4 BAND EQ (4-Band Equalizer)
Allows boost or cut in the bass/middle/high/presence band. You can select one of 50 available patterns (1 - 50). 1 - 10: Lower values result in attenuated highs and emphasized lows. 11 - 20: Lower values result in lower emphasized frequency. 21 - 24: Lower values result in emphasized midrange. 25: Flat characteristics 26 - 30: Higher values result in emphasized highs. 31 - 40: Higher values result in higher emphasized frequency. 41 - 50: Higher values result in emphasized presence and lows.
BG DRV (BG Drive)
Drive sound emulating a tube stack amp with a tight and controlled midrange.
PVY DRV (PVY Drive)
High-gain tube amplifier drive sound, great for heavy metal.
Extended overdrive sound with the character of tube amplifier distortion.
Distortion similar to driving a three-stack amp in the hard rock style.
Turns the EQ module off.
Smooth, bright distortion sound.
Sixties style fuzz sound with fat bass.
EQ module extended parameters
These parameters serve to adjust the effect operation for the effect type selected with the EQ module basic parameters.
Simulates a bright sounding combo type amplifier. When this setting is selected, the amp simulator is on and ZNR is off.
Using the 0 value as a reference (flat setting), negative values cause an increasing boost in the low range and positive values cause an increasing boost in the high range. When the EQ module is On, this parameter is always active. Check this parameter if the 4-band EQ effect type setting does not seem to produce the desired results.
ZNR + BRIGHT COMBO
ZNR and bright combo amp simulator are both on. Increasing the rightdigit value results in more efficient noise reduction.
Simulates a stack type guitar amplifier. When this setting is selected, the amp simulator is on and ZNR is off.
S2 S9 oF
ZNR + STACK
ZNR and stack amp simulator are both on. Increasing the right-digit value results in more efficient noise reduction.
The ZNR/AMP module is off.
This module comprises ZNR (ZOOM Noise Reduction) for reducing noise during play pauses or silent passages, and an amp simulator which simulates the sound of various guitar amplifiers. Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to adjust the ZNR threshold or select the type of amplifier.
This module comprises modulation effects such as chorus and flanger, as well as a pitch shifter. Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to select the effect type and adjust the effect intensity.
This effect mixes a variable pitch-shifted component to the original signal, resulting in full-bodied and expansive sound. Higher setting values result in a more pronounced chorus effect.
ZNR (ZOOM Noise Reduction) serves for reducing noise during play pauses or silent passages. Higher setting values result in more efficient noise reduction. Set the value as high as possible without causing the sound to be cut off unnaturally.
Effect sound (left channel)
Simulates a combo type amplifier. When this setting is selected, the amp simulator is on and ZNR is off.
Effect sound (right channel)
ZNR + COMBO
ZNR and combo amp simulator are both on. Increasing the right-digit value results in more efficient noise reduction. Adjusts the depth of the effect.
This effect produces a unique, undulating sound by shifting the pitch up and down. Higher setting values result in faster modulation. Adjusts the modulation rate of the effect sound.
This effect type is a serial connection of doubling and chorus. Higher values result in a more pronounced doubling effect. (Chorus intensity is fixed.) Adjusts the depth of the doubling effect.
This effect type is a serial connection of flanger and chorus. Higher setting values result in faster flanger modulation. (Chorus intensity is fixed.) Adjusts the modulation rate of the flanger.
This effect periodically varies the volume. Higher setting values result in a faster tremolo.
Signal after tremolo effect
PHASE SHIFT (Phaser)
This effect mixes a phase-shifted component to the original sound, resulting in a pulsating character. Higher setting values result in faster modulation.
Original sound Effect sound
Adjusts the tremolo speed.
Adjusts the modulation rate of the effect sound. This effect type is a serial connection of tremolo and chorus. Higher setting values result in faster tremolo. (Chorus intensity is fixed.) Adjusts the tremolo speed.
This effect type is a serial connection of phaser and chorus. Higher values result in faster phaser modulation. (Chorus intensity is fixed.) Adjusts the modulation rate of the phaser.
This effect introduces a filter which changes randomly, resulting in an autoarpeggio sound. Higher setting values result in faster step sound change. Adjusts the step effect speed.
This effect adds very short delay components to the original signal, which gives the sound a more full-bodied character such as when several instruments are playing in unison. Higher setting values result in a more pronounced doubling effect. Adjusts the depth of the doubling effect.
This effect type is a serial connection of step and chorus. Higher setting values result in faster step sound change. (Chorus intensity is fixed.) Adjusts the step effect speed.
CRY1 (Cry 1)
This effect changes the sound in a way similar to a talking simulator. Higher setting values result in a more pronounced sound change. Adjusts the cry effect input sensitivity.
SLOW ATTACKPITCH SHIFT (Slow AttackPitch Shift)
This effect type is a serial connection of slow attack and pitch shifter. Higher setting values result in a slower attack rate. (The pitch shifter is fixed to the 1 octave up setting.) Adjusts the rise time.
CRY2 (Cry 2)
This is a cry effect with a different sound character. Higher setting values result in a more pronounced sound change. Adjusts the cry effect input sensitivity.
H1 H9 r1 r9 oF
This is a delay effect with a warm sound similar to a tape echo. By using the output in stereo, you can achieve a ping-pong delay where the delay sound alternates between the left and right channels. The right-digit setting values control the feedback (number of repetitions) and the mixing ratio between original sound and effect sound.
This is a reverb effect that produces a sound similar to the reverberation in a concert hall. Higher right-digit setting values result in stronger reverb.
This is a reverb effect that simulates the reverberation in a room. Higher right-digit setting values result in stronger reverb.
Turns the MOD/PITCH module off.
Turns the DLY/REV module off.
DLY/REV module (basic parameters)
This module comprises delay and reverb effects. Use the VALUE [+] / [-] keys to select the effect type and adjust the effect intensity.
Adjusts the ratio between original and effect sound (common to all effect types in the DLY/REV module).
DLY/REV module (extended parameters)
These parameters serve to adjust the delay time or reverb time for the effect type selected with the DLY/REV module basic parameters. The parameters are linked to the DLY/REV module and are off when the DLY/REV module is off.
DELAY TIME (Delay Time)
(When DELAY or ECHO is selected as effect type) Sets the delay time in the range from 1 - 37. The actual delay time is the setting value x 10 (ms). (Example: A setting of "15" results in a delay time of 150 ms.)
This is a conventional digital delay effect. By using the output in stereo, you can achieve a ping-pong delay where the delay sound alternates between the left and right channels. The right-digit setting values control the feedback (number of repetitions) and the mixing ratio between original sound and effect sound.
Original sound Delay sound
REVERB TIME (Reverb Time)
(When HALL or ROOM is selected as effect type) Sets the reverb time in the range from 1 - 10. Higher right-digit setting values result in longer reverb time.
Built-in effects Effect modules Banks and patches A/D converter D/A converter Sampling frequency Input max. 9 simultaneous / 35 total max. 8 simultaneous 7 banks x 6 patches = 42 patches (rewritable, with memory store capability) 20 bit, 64 times oversampling 20 bit, 8 times oversampling 31.25 kHz GUITAR input: standard mono phone jack (rated input level -20 dBm/input impedance 470 kilohms) Standard stereo phone jack (doubles as line and headphone jack) (maximum output level +5 dBm/output load impedance 10 kilohms or more) 2-digit 7-segment LED PEDAL ASSIGN LEDs, DRIVE LED Separately available AC adapter, 9 V DC, 300 mA (center minus plug) (ZOOM AD-0006) Four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries Battery life: approx. 24 hours continuous operation (alkaline batteries) / approx. 7 hours continuous operation (manganese batteries) 233 mm (D) x 159 mm (W) x 54 mm (H) 600 g (without batteries)
IP Camera IWC-606/606W RTSP / MPEG4 / 4X Digital Zoom
MPEG-4 video compression (Simple profile) CMOS Sensor for superior quality image Optimized synchronization of audio & video Fast Ethernet 10/100 Mbps Connectivity IEEE802.11g wireless LAN standard with 64/128 bit WEP encryption Intelligent motion detection SLLP (Super Low Light Performance) Supports Internet Streaming Media Alliance Real Time Streaming Protocol 4X Digital Zoom Excellent image quality with up to 30 fps Per second in VGA resolution 16-channel monitoring and recording software Package Contents : Wired or wireless Internet Camera (Antenna is for wireless system only) Power Adaptor Camera Stand Software CD-ROM Quick Installation Guide
Video Codec Algorithm Supported MPEG4 (simple profile) for streaming video JPEG for still image Features Adjustable image size, quality and bit rate Time stamp and text caption 3 configurable motion detection windows Flip & mirror Resolution Up to 30/25 frames at 160x120 Up to 30/25 frames at 176x144 Up to 30/25 frames at 320x240 Up to 30/25 frames at 640x480 Camera Specification 1/4 inch color CMOS sensor 640x480 pixels 1.5 Lux / F2.0 AGC, AWB, AES Electronic shutter: 1/60 ~ 1/15,000 sec Lens Fixed focal with fine tuning 4.0mm , F2.0 Audio Algorithm MPEG4 AAC Supports audio mute Microphone Omni-directional Frequency: 50 16,000Hz S/N ratio: more than 60dB Security ID/Password authentication
System RAM: 32MB SDRAM ROM: MB FLASH ROM Networking Protocol UPnP, TCP/IP, RTSP/RTP/RTCP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP Telnet, NTP, DNS, DDNS, DHCP and PPPoE Ethernet 10BaseT Ethernet or 100BaseT Fast Ethernet WLAN: 2.4GHz 802.11g (IWC-606W only)
LED Indicator Dual color status Indicator Dimensions Depth : 34.8mm Width : 109.5mm Height : 77.2mm Weight Net : 150g (IWC-606) 165g (IWC-606W) Power 5VDC Operating Environment Temperature: 0-50C/32-122F Humidity: 85%RH EMI & Safety CE, FCC Viewing System Requirement Operating System Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP Browser Internet Explorer 5.x or above Real Player 10.5 Quick Time 6.5 Packet Video Player 3.0
Free Bundled 16CH Software Operation System : Microsoft Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP
IWC-606 : RTSP MPEG4 IP Camera IWC-606W : 802.11g RTSP MPEG4 IP Camera
* Product specification subject to change without notice.
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