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ZED-10FX USER GUIDE
CONTENTS Warranty....................................................................... 4 Conformity Statement................................................ 5 Safety Instructions....................................................... 6 Packed Items Checklist.............................................. 9 Introduction to ZED-10FX & 10.............................. 10 Specifications................................................................ 12 Dimensions..........................
WARRANTY Limited One Year Warranty This product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for period of one year from the date of purchase by the original owner. To ensure a high level of performance and reliability for which this equipment has been designed and manufactured, read this User Guide before operating. In the event of a failure, notify and return the defective unit to ALLEN & HEATH Limited or its authorised agent as soon as possible for repair
EMC & SAFETY This product complies with the European Electro magnetic Compatibility directives 89/336/EEC & 92/31/EEC and the European Low Voltage Directives 73/23/EEC & 93/68/EEC. This product has been tested to EN55103 Parts 1 & 2 1996 for use in Environments E1, E2, E3, and E4 to demonstrate compliance with the protection requirements in the European EMC directive 89/336/ EEC. During some tests the specified performance figures of the product were affected. This is considered permis
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING - Read the following before proceeding : CAUTION ATTENTION: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE – NE PAS OUVRIR WARNING: This equipment must be earthed. ! Read instructions: Retain these safety and operating instructions for future reference. Adhere to all warnings printed here and on the console. Follow the operating instructions printed in this User Guide. Do not remove cover: Operate the console with its covers correctly fitted. Power sources: Connect
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Water and moisture: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock do not ex- pose the console to rain or moisture or use it in damp or wet conditions. Do not place containers of liquids on it which might spill into any openings. Ventilation: Do not obstruct the ventilation slots or position the con- sole where the air flow required for ventilation is im- peded. If the console is to be operated in a rack unit or flightcase ensure that it is constructed to allow ade- q
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS General Precautions: Damage : To prevent damage to the controls and cosmetics avoid placing heavy objects on the control sur- face, scratching the surface with sharp objects, or rough handling and vibration. Environment : Protect from excessive dirt, dust, heat and vibra- tion when operating and storing. Avoid tobacco ash, smoke, drinks spillage, and exposure to rain and moisture. If the console becomes wet, switch off and remove mains power immediately. A
PACKED ITEMS Check that you have received the following: O/P Level Left Left Left Switch Right Right Right Mic Mic Mic Mic Line Line GTR 1 GTR 2 Hi Z Hi Z Left Left Left USB USB IN L 0 0 0 0 USB IN R 20 40 20 40 20 40 20 40 GAIN GAIN GAIN GAIN Right FX AUX Right Right OUT OUT - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 M L M L M G M G HPF HPF HPF HPF 0 0 19 Dly+verb (level) Plate (decay) Record +16 HF HF HF HF 5 5 2 Dly+verb (size) 10 Plate (predly) +9 Bus -15 -15 +6 3 Dly+verb (
INTRODUCTION TO THE ZED-10FX Background Overview: The Allen & Heath ZED series mixers have been carefully and lovingly designed in the beau- tiful county of Cornwall in the UK and are manufactured alongside a wide range of profes- sional audio mixing consoles to the same high standards. Many of the components used in ZED-10FX and ZED-10 are exactly the same as in the larger Allen & Heath products and the construction methods are also very similar — utilising individual vertically mounte
INTRODUCTION TO THE ZED-10FX EQ: The ZED-10FX and ZED-10 mixers are equipped with a 3-band equaliser circuit on each mono input, with swept mid frequency section, and a 2-band EQ on the stereo channels. The frequency and response of each has been carefully chosen to give the maximum performance when using the EQ on a variety of sources. Effects Processor: Zed 10FX has a professional quality effects processor built in which uses our own effects algorithms developed by our talented
SPECIFICATIONS Operating Levels Input Mono channel (XLR) Input -10 to –60dBu for nominal (+11dBu in max) Mono channel Line Input (Jack socket) +10 to –40dBu (+31dBu maximum) Stereo Input (Jack or phono sockets) 0dBu nominal (control = Off to +15dB) Output L/R Outputs ( XLR) Normal/DI out 0dBu/-30dBu +21dBu/-9dBu maximum. Aux & FX Outputs (Jack sockets) 0dBu nominal. +21dBu maximum. Record & Monitor Outputs (phono sockets) 0dBu nominal. +21dBu maximum. Frequency Response Mic in t
DIMENSIONS O/P Level Left Left Left Switch Right Right Right Mic Mic Mic Mic Line Line GTR 1 GTR 2 Hi Z Hi Z Left Left Left USB USB IN L 0 0 0 0 USB IN R 20 40 20 40 20 40 20 40 GAIN GAIN GAIN GAIN FX AUX Right Right Right OUT OUT - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 - 10 10 60 40 M L M L M G M G HPF HPF HPF HPF 0 0 19 Dly+verb (level) Plate (decay) Record +16 HF HF HF HF 5 5 2 Dly+verb (size) 10 Plate (predly) Bus +9 +6 -15 -15 3 Dly+verb (regen) 11 Plate (colour) +3 Aux-FX 0 -15 -15 -1
Phantom Power 48V To Mics MONO CHANNEL Phantom Power PFL GAIN RECORD HPF LEFT INSERT 3 BAND EQUALISER MIC IN MAIN LR LEVEL PAN 100Hz LF HM HF LEVEL + - L RIGHT INSERT MAIN OUT LINE IN 0dBu NOMINAL FX R MONO CHANNELS 1&2 AUX CLASS A FET FX OUT INSTRUMENT IN AUX MIX MASTER LEVEL HI-Z DI AUX OUT MONO CHANNELS 3&4 GAIN BOOST RECORD OUT L ST1-b L R GAIN STEREO CHANNEL PFL R RECORD 2 BAND EQUALISER EFFECTS MIX BAL USB 1 STEREO I/O USB DEVICE PRIORITY SWITCHING L LF HF RECORD BUS OUTPUT ST1-a AUX-FX U
MONO INPUT CHANNEL 1 & 2 Mic Input Socket Standard 3-Pin XLR socket wired as Pin 1=Chassis, Pin 2=hot (+), Pin 3=Cold (-). Line Input Jack Socket Standard 1/4” (6.25mm) Jack socket for balanced or unbalanced Mic line level signals. Wired Tip=Hot(+), Ring=cold (-), Sleeve=Chassis. Line The Line input connects to the XLR input through a circuit, so be aware that the two signals will add together if both inputs are plugged in simultaneously. Gain Control 0 This adjusts the gain of t
MONO INPUT CHANNEL 1 & 2 HF HF EQ The HF (High Frequency) equaliser affects the frequency re- sponse of the higher audible frequencies. The corner fre- quency of 12kHz is around 3dB from the maximum cut or -15 +15 650 500 1k boost of the circuit. It has plenty of gain and actually gives 200 slightly more that the +/-15dB legend suggests. 2k f dBr 3k 20.00 120 4k 15.00 MID 10.00 5.00 0.00 -5.00 -15 +15 -10.00 -15.00 LF -20.00 10.00 Hz 100.00 1000.00 10000.00 30000.00 MF EQ -15 +15 The MF
MONO INPUT CHANNEL 1 & 2 HF FX send This controls the level of signal that is sent to the effects -15 +15 processor from the channel. The signal is post-level which 650 500 1k means it is affected by the channel Level control (so it stays 200 in proportion to the signal going to Mix) and the send con- 2k f trol has 6dB gain fully clockwise. 3k 120 4k There is no master level control for the FX bus. MID AUX send Controls the level of signal sent to the Auxiliary output -15 +15 from th
MONO INPUT CHANNEL 3 & 4 Hi Z input The only difference between mono inputs 1-2 and 3-4 is the Hi Z inputs for guitars or other instruments. Standard 1/4” (6.25mm) Jack socket for unbalanced line level signals or instrument pickups. Wired Tip=Hot(+), Ring=cold (-), Sleeve=Chassis. Mic The Hi Z input connects to the XLR input through a cir- cuit, so be aware that the two signals will add together if GTR 1 GT both inputs are plugged in simultaneously. Hi Z Hi The Hi Z input can be us
STEREO INPUT CHANNEL 1 ST-1b Inputs Standard RCA Phono sockets for unbalanced line level stereo signal sources from equipment such as CD Left players, sound modules or MP3 players. If your MP3 player has a mini jack socket (most common) use a stereo mini jack plug to 2 x RCA Phono lead. Right ST-1a Inputs Standard 1/4” jack sockets for line level stereo signals. The ST1b inputs (RCA Phono) are connected through the break contacts of these jack sockets so plugging Left into ST1a w
STEREO INPUT CHANNEL 1 FX send This controls the level of signal that is sent to the effects HF processor from the stereo channel. The signal is post-level which means it is affected by the channel Level control (so it stays in proportion to the signal going to Mix) and the -15 +15 send control has 6dB gain fully clockwise. There is no master level control for the FX bus. LF AUX send -15 +15 Controls the level of signal sent to the Auxiliary output from the stereo channel. The signa
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