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ADVANCED GUITAR EFFECTS PROCESSOR
Introduction Glossary Names and Functions
Front panel Rear panel
Preparing for performance
Listening to a patch
Panel display in Play mode Selecting a patch Adjusting the volume level and tonal quality according to the acoustic environment Temporarily turning the effects off (Bypass) Temporarily muting the sound output from the 2100 Tuning the guitar (Auto Tuner function) Fine-tuning the reference pitch of the tuner (Calibration)
Using the [FUNCTION] switch
Selecting the function of the [FUNCTION] switch Using the basic samplers (Jam Play function) Modifying the parameter settings Turning an effect module on and off Storing and copying a patch
Modifying tonal color of patches (Using Edit mode)
Using the Sampler function
Preparing to use the Sampler function Using the Sampler function
Using the RTM function Effect type and parameters
COMP/WAH (compressor/wah) DIST (distortion) EQ (Equalizer) MOD (Modulation) REV/DLY (Reverb/Delay) SAMPLER (Sampler) Other global parameters
Resetting the 2100 to the factory default condition Troubleshooting SPECIFICATIONS USAGE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Thank you for selecting the ZOOM PLAYER 2100 (called 2100 in this manual). The 2100 is a multi-effects unit with the following features:
The 2100 has 33 versatile effects. You can combine up to seven effects. In particular, the 2100 offers thirteen distortion effects (for the DIST module) for discerning guitarists, including Clean, Distortion, Acoustic simulator, etc. It also features an Amp simulator and ZNR (ZOOM Noise Reduction). Abundant preset patches You can use up to 60 patches, including 30 PRESET patches and 30 USER patches. 32-second Sampler function (Quick guide See page 12.) ZOOM has developed a Sampler function that allows you to record a phrase up to 32 seconds long from a CD and play back the data at lower speeds. This function also plays data without changing the pitch at lower speeds and improves tonal quality. You can also record your own performance as a one-man jam session. This can be of great help in your guitar education. Customize/Jam play (Quick guide See page 8 9.) The 2100 features a [FUNCTION] switch to which you can assign a function. The following four functions are available : 1. Bank Down mode: Switches to one bank number lower. 2. Manual mode: Switches each effect on and off during performance. 3. Control mode: Enables you to use the RTM function. 4. Jam Play mode: Allows you to use three basic samplers that can be recorded for up to five seconds simultaneously. RTM (Real Time Modulation) function (Quick guide See page 14.) Connecting an optional foot pedal FP01/FP02 or using the [FUNCTION] switch enables you to adjust the following parameters in real-time : 1. Volume control 2. COMP/WAH module effects 3. Pedal Pitch Shifter in the MOD module 4. Delay in the MOD module (Sound-on-sound) Flexible use for performance (Quick guide See page 5.) The patches you create at home might sound completely different in the studio at high volume. Dont worry. It is easy to correct the sound. You can adjust the gain of the distortion effects, the reverberation of the reverb effects, and the presence without changing the patch parameters. Great support on the stage (Quick guide See page 7.) The 2100 has an auto chromatic tuner for guitars, which can be used on stage easily.
Please read this manual carefully so you can understand the functions of your 2100 and to ensure optimum performance and reliability for an extended period of time.
This section describes the terminology for the 2100 used in this manual.
s Effect module
An effect module is an effect that processes or adds effects to a sound, such as compact-type effects including compressor and delay. You can combine up to seven effect modules in the 2100. The diagram at the bottom of this page shows the signal flow through the effect modules in the 2100.
q Effect parameters: These parameters determine the intensity and the signal flow of each effect module. The effect parameter settings will be stored for each patch individually. q Patch parameters: These parameters determine the settings independently of each effect module and include the final level and the ZNR setting of a patch. The patch parameter settings will be stored for each patch individually. q Global parameters: These parameters are shared by all patches globally. Changes to the global parameters do not take effect when you switch between patches. They take effect when you turn off the power to the unit.
s Patch / Group / Bank
A patch is a unit of memory to which you store and from which you recall effect settings. That is, a patch is a combination of up to seven effect modules and stores the parameter settings of those effect modules. You can store a patch in one of two groups: rewritable USER group and read-only PRESET group. Each group can store up to 30 patches. A total of up to 60 patches can be stored in the 2100. You recall any three patches as a set and use foot switches 13 on the front panel to switch among these three patches. This combination set of three patches is called a bank. The USER group and the PRESET group have ten banks (09) each.
The 2100 operates in five modes: q Play mode: Allows you to select patches and use the effects during performance. q Manual mode: Allows you to turn the modules on and off during performance. q Edit mode: Allows you to edit the effect parameters and patch parameters of the currently-selected patch. q Store mode: Allows you to store the edited patch into memory or move a patch to another memory location. q Special mode: This mode offers a special function that allows you to reset the internal settings and all patches in the USER group (or a particular patch in the USER group) to the factory default settings.
PRESET group BANK 9
PATCH 1 PATCH 2 BANKPATCH BANK 0 PATCHPATCH PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 3
USER group BANK 9
s Effect type and parameters
Each effect module of the 2100 offers multiple effects, called effect types. You can select one effect type for each effect module. Parameters are settings that you can modify. The parameters on the 2100 include:
RTM is an acronym for Real-time Modulation. It is a function that enables you to change a particular effect parameter or volume setting using the [FUNCTION] switch on the front panel or an optional foot pedal FP01 or FP02.
HINT environment of the performance.
Adjust this parameter according to the acoustic
s FUNCTION (The function of the [FUNCTION] switch)
Enables you to assign a function to the [FUNCTION] switch. Refer to page 8 for more information on the assignable functions and the operation of the [FUNCTION] switch.
HINT environment and the guitar being used.
Make fine adjustments according to the acoustic
Enables you to adjust the tonal quality of the presence in the range of 12 to +12.
When you finish setting the global parameters, press the [GROUP/EXIT] key.
The 2100 enters Play mode.
s Amp Sim (Amp Simulator)
You can apply the amp simulator effect (to simulate the unique characteristics of a guitar amplifier). Select from the following:
The global parameter settings are not affected even if you switch the patches. These parameters are reset when you turn off the power to the 2100. As an exception, however, you can store the AmpSim and FUNCTION settings. To store these settings, select the desired patch and follow the steps for the store operation (see page 11).
Temporarily turning the effects off (Bypass)
You may turn off all the effects in the patch, and output only the dry instrument sound. (This is called the Bypass function.) This function is useful when you wish to check the intensity of the effects.
Press and immediately release the foot switch with the same number as the currently-selected patch in Play mode (the number shown on the right of the display).
The effects are bypassed, and the dry instrument sound is output. At this time, the display indicates for a while, then indicates .
HINT function, if necessary. (See page 7.)
At this point, you can tune the instrument using the Tuner
To cancel the Bypass function, press one of foot switches 13, the [BANKv] switch, or the [FUNCTION] switch (unless the Ct function is assigned to the [FUNCTION] switch).
When you press the [BANKv ] switch or the [FUNCTION] switch, the patch selected before you used the Bypass function is restored.
Temporarily muting the sound output from the 2100
When you turn on the power to the 2100, the reference pitch is always reset to 40 (440Hz).
You can define the function of the [FUNCTION] switch on the front panel of the 2100. This section explains how to assign and use the function.
Selecting the function of the [FUNCTION] switch
One of four functions can be assigned to the [FUNCTION] switch, depending on the application.
1.COMP 1.CLEAN 2.PEDAL-WAH 2.OVER DRIVE 3.AUTO-WAH 3.DISTORTION 4.TREMOLO 4.FUZZ/GRUNGE 5.RING MOD 5.LEAD 6.SLOW ATTACK 6.METAL 7.ACOUSTIC
Press the [UTILITY] key in Play mode or Edit mode. Press the right-most parameter select key. Use the [VALUE+/] key to select a function.
The following four functions are available:
Foot switch 3 MOD [BANKv]switch REV/DLY
You can also turn the module on and off by pressing and holding the parameter select key. You can use this method either in Play mode or Edit mode. You cannot turn the EQ module on and off using the foot switches. Use the parameter select key.
q Ct (Control) q bd (Bank Down)
When you assign this function to the switch, pressing the [FUNCTION] switch in Play mode causes the bank with one number lower to be recalled. (This is the reverse operation of the [BANKv] switch.) This function is useful when you need to switch banks frequently during performance. When you assign this function to the switch, operating the [FUNCTION] switch enables you to control the RTM function that changes a given effect parameter or volume setting in real-time. See page 14 for more information on the RTM function.
q JP (Jam Play)
When you assign this function to the switch, operating the [FUNCTION] switch enables you to turn on and off the basic samplers (the Jam Play function) that can record up to five seconds of data. See page 9 for more information on the Jam Play function.
q Mn (Manual)
When you assign this function to the switch, using the [FUNCTION] switch enables you to toggle between Play mode and Manual mode. In Manual mode, you can use foot switches 13 and the [BANKv] switch to turn the effect module in its entirety on and off.
Press the [GROUP/EXIT] key.
The 2100 returns to Play mode. The function selection for the [FUNCTION] switch will reset to the previous setting unless you store the patch. If you wish to store this setting, store the patch. (See page 11.)
In Manual mode, the following modules are assigned to foot switches 13 and the [BANKv] switch: Switch: Foot switch 1 Foot switch 2 Corresponding module COMP/WAH DIST
Using the basic samplers (Jam Play function)
The 2100 features a Jam Play function that records and plays phrases of up to five seconds each to and from three independent basic samplers, as well as the Sampler function that records up to 32 seconds of data.
Assign the Jam Play function (JP) to the [FUNCTION] switch.
See page 8 for information on how to assign the function. If necessary, store the patch.
To play back the performance recorded in the basic sampler, press the corresponding foot switch (13).
The 2100 plays the recorded performance as long as you are holding down the foot switch. When you release the foot switch, playback will stop.
Recording and playing Jam Play
Recording Playing Stop
Press the [FUNCTION] switch in Play mode.
flashes on the display and the basic samplers 13 enter record standby mode.
You cannot use the Jam Play function, Sampler function, and MOD module + REV/DLY module simultaneously.
While playing the instrument, press and hold one of the foot switches 13 to start recording, and release the switch to finish recording.
While the Jam Play function is turned on, foot switches 13 function as the record/playback buttons for the basic samplers 13. If you press one of the foot switches while the basic sampler is in record standby mode, any performance that transpires while you are holding down the switch is recorded to the basic sampler. Releasing the foot switch will stop the recording.
You cannot record signals input from the AUX IN jack while you are using the Jam Play function. To record signals input from the AUX IN jack, use the Sampler function (see page 12).
To re-record your performance, or to record data to another foot switch, press the [BANKv] switch.
The 2100 enters record standby mode, and the JAM REC LED flashes.
Sens/Rate POSITION Patch Level Master Level JAM 1 Gain/Top Tone/Body Level Gain Trim Middle Bass ZNR Presence Depth/Time Rate/Pit/FB Mix/Mode Amp Sim Time Tone/FB Mix Rev Trim Max Rec Time Constant Pitch Tone FUNCTION
Follow steps record and play.
described above to
Each one of basic samplers 13 can record up to five seconds of performance. If you press and hold the foot switch for more than five seconds, the 2100 will automatically end the recording and start playing back.
Press the [FUNCTION] switch to return to Play mode.
This module includes compressor and wah effects. This module is also used to set the patch level (a patch parameter) to adjust the level of the entire patch.
1 / c1: COMP
Sens ( RTM)
2 / c2 : PEDAL-WAH
Sens ( RTM) 1 30
3 / c3 : AUTO-WAH
Sens ( RTM) d0 d9, U0 U9 POSITION 1, 2
4 / c4 : 5 / c5 : 6 / c6 : TREMOLO RING MOD SLOW ATTACK
Rate ( RTM) 1 30
Parameter 2 A0 A9, b0 b9 Parameter 3 Parameter 4
Parameter 1 Type (RTM)
Patch Level (P) 1 30
Select the desired effect type for the COMP/WAH module. The setting of parameter 2 changes according to the selected effect type. If you select an effect type with c prefixed to the value, you can control parameter 2 using the RTM control.
q Parameter 2: Sens (RTM) This parameter specifies the frequency range emphasized by the wah effect.
s Type: 3/c3 AUTO WAH (auto-wah)
This effect produces wah effects. The intensity of the effect varies depending on how hard you pluck the strings. If you select c3, parameter 2 can be controlled via RTM.
Type: 1/c1 Type: 2/c2 Type: 3/c3 Type: 4/c4 Type: 5/c5 Type: 6/c6
COMP (compressor) PEDAL WAH (pedal-wah) AUTO WAH (auto-wah) TREMOLO (tremolo) RING MOD (ring modulator) SLOW ATTACK (slow attack)
s Type: 1/c1 COMP (compressor)
This effect restricts the attack to make the sound level even. If you select c1, parameter 2 can be controlled via RTM.
q Parameter 2: Sens (RTM) This parameter specifies the sensitivity and the direction of changes in the emphasized frequency range of the auto-wah effect. The emphasized frequency range moves toward the lower frequencies when the setting is between d0 d9, and moves toward higher frequencies when the setting is between U0U9. The value on the right specifies the sensitivity of the effect. RTM controls the sensitivity of the effect in the same direction.
q Parameter 2: Sens (RTM) This parameter specifies the depth of the compression effect and how fast it becomes effective. The effect of type b (shown in the left column) is applied more quickly. The numeric value in the right column specifies the depth. RTM controls the depth within the same effect type (A or b).
s Type: 4/c4 TREMOLO (tremolo)
The tremolo effect changes the volume level cyclically. If you select c4, parameter 2 can be controlled via RTM.
q Parameter 2: Rate (RTM) This parameter specifies the speed of the tremolo.
q Parameter 3: Tone This parameter adjusts the tonal quality of the high range.
s Type: 2A/2b OVERDRIVE (overdrive)
This is an overdrive effect. 2A (VINTAGE OD): Produces a sound with a vintage amplifier flavor. 2b (OVERDRIVE): Produces a thick, solid sound with plenty of sustain.
s Type: 6A/6b METAL (metal)
This effect type is most suitable for a heavy metal sound.
q Parameter 2: Gain This parameter sets the amount of distortion.
6A (METAL): Produces a contemporary heavy metal sound. 6b (STACK METAL): Produces the powerful sound of a large, fully-driven amplifier.
q Parameter 2: Top This parameter adjusts the high range, emphasizing the string reverberation unique to acoustic guitars. q Parameter 3: Body This parameter adjusts the low range, emphasizing the reverberations of the guitar body.
s Parameters shared by effect types 17
q Parameter 4: Level This parameter sets the output level of the module.
s Type: 7 ACOUSTIC (acoustic)
This effect changes the electric guitar sound to an acoustic guitar tone.
The equalizer of the 2100 boosts and cuts the high, mid, and low ranges individually. This module is also used to set ZNR (a patch parameter).
Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4
Treble -Middle -Bass -ZNR (P) oF, 1 10
the DIST module is different from the range when a distortion-type effect is selected.
q Parameter 2: Middle This parameter boosts and cuts the mid range. q Parameter 3: Bass This parameter boosts and cuts the low range. q Parameter 4: ZNR (P) This patch parameter adjusts the sensitivity of ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction). Try to set a higher value if possible, as long as the tone decays naturally. If you select oF (off), ZNR is disabled.
q Parameter 1: Treble This parameter boosts and cuts the high range. The range to be boosted and cut when a clean-type effect is selected for
This modulation effect module includes chorus, pedal pitch shifter, etc.
6 : PEDAL- PITCH 7 : DELAY Parameter : CHORUS 2 : STEREO 3 : FLANGER 4 : PHASE 5 : PITCH (RTM) CHO
Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4
Mix 0 30
Depth Rate Pit -12 dt 12 Mode Mode Mix A0 A9, b0 b9 A0 A9, b0 b30
Time 1 99,1.0 6.0 FB ( RTM) 0 - 10, S.o Mix 0 30
Mode 1 16
Select the effect type for the MOD effect module from the following seven types. The type of parameters 2 and 3 changes depending on the selected effect type.
q Parameter 2: Depth This parameter sets the depth of the chorus effect. q Parameter 3: Rate This parameter sets the modulation speed. q Parameter 4: Mix This parameter sets the amount of the effect sound to be mixed.
Type: 1 CHORUS (chorus) Type: 2 STEREO CHO (stereo chorus) Type: 3 FLANGER (flanger) Type: 4 PHASE (phaser) Type: 5 PITCH (pitch shifter) Type: 6 PEDAL-PITCH (pedal pitch shifter) Type: 7 DELAY (delay)
s Type: 2 STEREO CHO (stereo chorus)
This stereo chorus adds spaciousness.
q Parameter 2: Depth q Parameter 3: Rate q Parameter 4: Mix
s Type: 1 CHORUS (chorus)
This monaural chorus produces a thick sound.
s Type: 3 FLANGER (flanger)
This flanger effect creates a swell with a character, like a jet engine.
s Type: 6 PEDAL-PITCH (pedal pitch shifter)
With this effect, the [FUNCTION] switch and an optional foot pedal FP01 or FP02 can be used as a pedal pitch shifter.
q Parameter 2: Depth q Parameter 3: Rate q Parameter 4: Mode This parameter sets the pre-delay time and the feedback amount of the flanger effect. Setting a value between A0 A9 makes the pre-delay time short, and setting a value between b0 b9 makes the pre-delay time long. The value on the right specifies the feedback amount.
q Parameter 4: Mode Select the method of pitch shift from the following 16 modes. The minimum and maximum values of the pitch shift (controlled by the [FUNCTION] switch and the FP01 or FP02) vary with the mode selection.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
Pedal up Pedal down
100 cents dry doubling detune + dry 0 cent +1 octave 0 cent 2 octaves 1 octave + dry +1 octave + dry 700 cents + dry +500 cents + dry (0Hz) + dry +1 octave (0Hz) + dry +1 octave + dry
dry 100 cents detune + dry doubling +1 octave 0 cent 2 octaves 0 cent +1 octave + dry 1 octave + dry +500 cents + dry 700 cents + dry +1 octave - (0Hz) + dry +1 octave + dry (0Hz) + dry
s Type: 4 PHASE (phaser)
This phaser effect gives a swell to the sound by adding the effect sound with the cyclically-shifted phase to the dry sound.
q Parameter 2: Depth q Parameter 3: Rate q Parameter 4: Mode This parameter specifies the number of phaser stages and the amount of resonance. Setting a value between A0 and A9 selects the four-stage phaser, and setting a value between b0b9 selects the eight-stage phaser. The value on the right specifies a resonance amount that emphasizes the character of the effect.
s Type: 7 DELAY (delay)
This delay effect creates a delay time of up to six seconds.
s Type: 5 PITCH (pitch shifter)
This effect shifts the pitch of the effect sound within the range of +/1 octave.
q Parameter 3: Pit This parameter specifies the range of pitch shift in semitone steps. q Parameter 4: Mix This parameter specifies the mix balance of the effect sound. (With a setting of 15, the mix ratio is 1:1. A value of 30 specifies that only the pitch shift sound will be heard.)
q Parameter 2: Time This parameter specifies the delay time. A value can be set between 1 (10msec) and 99 (990msec) in 10msec steps, or 1.0 (1 second) and 6.0 (6 seconds) in 100msec steps. q Parameter 3: FB (RTM) This parameter specifies the feedback amount of the delay sound. If you set this parameter to S.o, you can use the [FUNCTION] switch or an optional foot pedal FP01 or FP02 to use the Sound-on-sound function. (See page 14.) q Parameter 4: Mix This parameter specifies the mix balance of the effect sound.
This effect module includes reverb and ping-pong delay.
1 : HALL Time Tone 0 10
2 : ROOM
3 : PP-DELAY1 Time 1 1.0 FB Mix 0 30
4 : PP-DELAY2
Select the desired effect type for the REV/DLY effect module from the following four types. The type of parameters 2 and 3 changes depending on the selected effect type.
Type: 1 HALL (hall reverb) Type: 2 ROOM (room reverb) Type: 3 PP-DELAY1 (ping-pong delay 1) Type: 4 PP-DELAY2 (ping-pong delay 2)
s Type: 1 HALL (hall reverb)
This reverb effect simulates reverberation in a concert hall, creating warm acoustics.
q Parameter 2: Time This parameter specifies the delay time in 10msec steps. The setting range is 1 (10msec) through 1.0 (1 sec). q Parameter 3: FB This parameter specifies the feedback amount of the delay sound.
q Parameter 2: Time This parameter specifies the length of reverberation (reverb time). q Parameter 3: Tone This parameter adjusts the high range of the effect sound.
s Type: 4 PP-DELAY2 (ping-pong delay 2)
This ping-pong delay effect creates a long delay of up to 10 seconds.
s Type: 2 ROOM (room reverb)
This reverb effect simulates reverberation in a room, creating bright acoustics.
q Parameter 2: Time q Parameter 3: Tone
q Parameter 2: Time This parameter specifies the delay time in 100msec steps. The setting range is 1 (100msec) through 1.0 (10 sec). q Parameter 3: FB
s Type: 3 PP-DELAY1 (ping-pong delay 1)
This ping-pong delay effect pans the delay sound left and right.
s Parameter shared by effect types 14
q Parameter 4: Mix This parameter specifies the mix balance of the effect sound.
In this module, you can make basic settings regarding the Sampler function of the 2100 (see page 12). The parameters included in this function are global parameters applied to all patches.
1.AUX Mix 2. AUX Lch 3.AUX Rch 4.PLAYNOTE (G) MAX Rec Time (G) 16, 32 Constant Pitch (G) on, oF Tone (G) -10 10
Parameters enabled during recording
Parameters enabled during playback
See page 12 for more information on the parameters.
If you turn the SAMPLER function on in Edit mode, the 2100 enters record standby mode. Set the parameters while the SAMPLER module is turned off.
Other global parameters
Global parameters applied to all patches are listed at the bottom of the parameter list printed on the front panel of the 2100. Use the [UTILITY] key to select the desired parameter if you wish to edit a global parameter.
oF, Co, bC, St
bd, Mn, Ct, JP
See pages 5, 8, and 9 for more information on the parameters.
Resetting the 2100 to the factory default condition
The All Initialize and Factory Recall modes are special modes used to reset the 2100 to the factory defaults. All Initialize mode reverts all global parameters and patches in the USER group to the factory default settings. Factory Recall mode reverts only particular patches in the USER group to the factory default settings.
Press and hold down the [STORE] key, and turn on the power to the 2100.
appears on the display. * Using All Initialize mode Proceed to the next step. * Using Factory Recall mode Use the [BANKv] switch and foot switches 13 to select patch(es) in the USER group you wish to reset to the factory settings.
Press the [STORE] key again.
All Initialize or Factory Recall is executed. When All Initialize is complete, the 2100 automatically returns to Play mode.
All patches stored by the user will be erased when you execute All Initialize. To cancel All Initialize/Factory Recall, press the [GROUP/EXIT] key before step.
Is the AC adapter connected correctly? Is the power turned on? Is the guitar connected to the INPUT jack correctly? Is the amplifier connected to the OUTPUT jack correctly? Are you using an appropriate shielded cable? Is the power turned on to the connected amplifier? Is the volume of the guitar or the amplifier raised to an appropriate level? Is the Mute function turned on? Is the master level lowered? Is the volume level controlled via the FP01or FP02 (option) foot pedal lowered?
Follow the instructions in the Connections section and turn on the power to the 2100. Follow the instructions in the Connections section and make the connections correctly. Change the shielded cable and try again. Turn on the power to the connected amplifier. Raise the volume to the optimum level. Cancel the Mute function. Adjust the master level. (See page 5.) Operate the FP01 or FP02.
No sound, or the volume is very low
No sound from the CD player connected to the AUX IN jack.
Is the volume level of the CD player set correctly?
Set the volume level of the CD player to the optimum level.
Is the 2100 in Manual mode?
Patches cannot be changed.
Press the [FUNCTION] switch to set the 2100 to Play mode. Press the [STORE] key to execute the function, or press the [GROUP/EXIT] key to quit standby mode and return to Play mode.
Is the 2100 in store standby mode or All Initialize standby mode?
x Effect programs: x Effect modules: x Sampler module: 33 (31 effect types + Amp Simulator + ZNR) 5 modules + Amp Simulator + ZNR 32 or 16-second recording time selectable Variable playback speed Variable playback pitch Sampler input source selectable AUX IN: (1) Mixed/(2) Lch/(3) Rch (Guitar In: (4) PLAY NOTE)
<MOD module and REV/DLY module cannot be used at the same time.> x Patch memory capacity: USER: 10 banks x 3 = 30 (Can be written and stored.) PRESET: 10 banks x 3 = 30 Total: 60 patches x Sampling frequency: x A/D converter: x D/A converter: x DSP: x Input: 31.25kHz 20-bit, 64-times oversampling 20-bit, 128-times oversampling ZOOM original ZFx2 Guitar input (standard monaural phone jack (Rated input level: 20dBm, Input impedance: 470k) Mini phone jack/stereo (Input impedance: 10k) Combined line/headphone output (standard monaural phone jack) (Max. output level: +6dBm/Output load impedance: 10k or more) For optional FP01 or FP02 2-digit, 7-segment LED 9VDC, center minus 300mA (from supplied AC adapter) 276(W)x145(D)x40(H)mm 550g
x AUX IN: x Output:
x Control connector: x Display: x Power requirements: x Dimensions: x Weight:
* 0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms * Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
USAGE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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 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.
Never open the case of the 2100 or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.
Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the 2100 and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any cables. Also make sure to disconnect all cables and the AC adapter before moving the 2100.
For safety considerations, the 2100 has been designed to provide maximum protection against the emission of electromagnetic radiation from inside the device, and protection from external interference. However, equipment that is very susceptible to interference or that emits powerful electromagnetic waves should not be placed near the 2100, as the possibility of interference cannot be ruled out entirely. With any type of digital control device, the 2100 included, electromagnetic interference can cause malfunctioning and can corrupt or destroy data. Care should be taken to minimize the risk of damage.
Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the 2100.
The 2100 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 2100 in an area with a different line voltage, please consult your local ZOOM distributor about acquiring a proper AC adapter.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the 2100. 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.
Avoid using your 2100 in environments where it will be exposed to: Extreme temperature High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
Please keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference.
Since the 2100 is a precision electronic device, avoid applying excessive force to the switches and buttons. Also take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure.
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