IPD SERIES
Rev. 1.1.1
Item no. QSG-IPD
IPD SERIES
Touring and Installation Amplifiers
Quick Start Guide
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Introduction
Lab.gruppen IPD Series amplifiers provide exceptionally high power density and powerful integrated DSP features, making them suitable for a
broad range of installed and touring sound applications. All IPD Series amplifiers feature both analog and AES3 inputs with link outputs; input
mixing; comprehensive DSP functions (crossover, parametric EQ, delay and limiter control); network control via Ethernet on Cat-5 cable or using
suitable WiFi access point; IntelliDrive™ Controller software and iPad native app; comprehensive front-panel display and dedicated mute buttons;
and both binding post and Neutrik speakON output connectors.
The information contained in this Quick Start Guide is sufficient for proper installation of IPD Series amplifiers, and for configuration of settings
in typical applications. Please refer to the full Operation Manual for detailed information on maintenance, cooling requirements, warranty, and
configuration for complex installations.
Except as specifically noted, all features, values and connections are identical for the IPD 1200 and IPD 2400.
Important safety instructions
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Standard
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type
plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong.
The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly
at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire of electric shock, do not expose
this apparatus to rain or moisture.
Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure
that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the
equipment.
Do not connect the unit’s output to any other voltage source, such
as battery, mains source, or power supply, regardless of whether the
unit is turned on or off.
Do not remove the top (or bottom) cover. Removal of the cover will
expose hazardous voltages. There are no user serviceable parts
inside and removal may void the warranty.
An experienced user shall always supervise this professional audio
equipment, especially if inexperienced adults or minors are using
the equipment.
This equipment conforms to the
requirements of the EMC Directive
2004/108/EC and the requirements of
the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
Standards applied: EMC Emission
EN55103-1, E3
EMC Immunity EN55103-2, E3, with S/N
below 1% at normal operation level.
Electrical Safety EN60065, Class I.
This equipment is tested and listed
according to the U.S. safety standard
ANSI/ UL 60065 and Canadian safety
standard CSA C22.2 NO. 60065. UL
made the tests and they are a Nationally
Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
Explanation of graphic symbols
The lightning bolt triangle is used to
alert the user to the presence of
un-insulated “dangerous voltages”
within the unit’s chassis that may be
of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to humans.
The exclamation point triangle is used to
alert the user to presence of important
operating and service instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
To prevent electric shock do not remove top or bottom covers. No user
serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Français: à prévenir le choc électrique n’enlevez pas les couvercles.
Il n’y a pas des parties serviceable à l’intérieur. Tous reparations doit etre
faire par personnel qualifié seulment.
To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC mains,
disconnect the power supply cord plug from the ac receptacle.
The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
Français: Pour démonter complètement l’équipement de l’alimentation
générale, démonter le câble d’alimentation de son réceptacle. La prise
d’alimentation restera aisément fonctionnelle.
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Warning
Cooling
To reduce risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus
to rain or moisture.
Français: Pour réduire les risques de blessure ou le choc électrique,
n’exposez pas l’appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
Please ensure that there is sufficient space in the front and the rear of
each amplifier to allow for a free flow of air. No doors or covers should
be mounted either in the front or rear the amplifiers. Amplifiers may be
stacked directly on top of each other with no spacing, though some
spacing may enable more convenient installation of rear cabling.
Do not expose this system/apparatus to dripping or splashing and
ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on
the apparatus.
Français: L’appareil ne doit pas être exposé à des egouttements d’eau
ou des éclaboussures et de plus qu’aucun objet rempli de liquide tel
que des vases ne doit pas être placé sur l’appareil.
Refer to the full Operation Manual for thermal dissipation value when
installing large numbers of amplifiers in air conditioned spaces.
Operating voltage
This apparatus must be connected to a mains socket outlet with a
protective earthing connection.
Français: Cet appareil doi t être raccordé á une prise de courant
qui est branchée à la terre.
The mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall remain
readily operable.
Français: Lorsque la prise du réseau d’alimentation est utilisés comme
dispositif de déconnexion, ce dispositif doit demeuré aisément accessible.
All IPD Series amplifiers have a universal power supply that operates
on mains from 100 – 240 V at 50 or 60 Hz. The IEC receptacle on
the rear panel accepts the supplied IEC cord which terminates in a
connector appropriate for the country of sale. When AC power is
connected, the amplifier goes into standby (red indication on standby
LED). The amplifier may be turned on by pressing the front power
button or remotely using the IntelliDrive Controller software.
Grounding
Unpacking and visual checks
Signal ground is floating via a resistor to chassis, and therefore
grounding is automatic. For safety reasons, never disconnect the earth
(ground) pin on the AC power cord. Use balanced input connections
to avoid hum and interference.
Every Lab.gruppen amplifier is carefully tested and inspected before
leaving the factory and should arrive in perfect condition. If any
damage is discovered, please notify the shipping carrier immediately.
Save the packing materials for the carrier’s inspection and for any
future shipping.
Installation
IPD 1200 – Depth is 272 mm (10.7 in) rack ear to back panel. Weight is
approximately 4.6 kg (10.1 lbs). Use of rear support brackets (optional)
is not necessary for fixed installations but should be considered for
very demanding touring applications.
IPD 2400 – Depth is 360 mm (14.2 in) rack ear to back panel. Weight
is approximately 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs). Rear support brackets are included
and use is recommended in all applications.
Rear Support Bracket
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Front panel
7 ADJUST/SET (Rotary Encoder) – Rotation moves through the menu
and adjusts the currently selected parameter when in setup mode.
Pressing down on the knob selects a given parameter or advances
further into the menu.
The following indicators and controls are available on the front panel:
1 MENU – Selects MENU mode and confirms a given preset name.
2 BACK – Moves backward through menu layers in MENU mode.
In operating mode, rotation of the ADJUST/SET encoder adjusts
output gain (outputs ganged).
3 MUTE – Mutes corresponding channel as indicated.
4 SIG – Illuminates green when signal is present. Illuminates red when
signal is clipping (pre input mixer)
8 BACKLIT DISPLAY
In operating mode, the display shows the following values and status
indicators:
5 POWER – Indicates STANDBY (red)
6 LIM (limit) – Illuminates when the amplifier limits the signal.
Limiting is engaged when the channel:
• Reaches the selected voltage limit
• Rail voltage sags below the selected threshold (both LEDs flash
rapidly for 1.5 sec)
• Maximum current output reached
• Mains voltage cannot maintain full rail voltage
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• Level – Horizontal VU meters for each channel
• Device name and Preset name
In setup mode, the display shows currently selected menu locations
and parameters. For more information on DSP setup procedures,
please refer to the Operation Manual.
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Rear panel
The following connectors are available on the rear panel:
4 speakON OUTPUT CONNECTORS – Both channel outputs are
available on a four-pole connector at the left; either channel 1 or both
channels 1 and 2 may be connected. Only channel 2 is available on
the connector to the right.
1 ANALOG INPUTS and LINK - XLR-F input connectors provided for
each channel, with XLR-M link output connectors.
2 AES3 INPUT and LINK – AES3 digital inputs are on an XLR-F
connector with a link output on an XLR-M connector.
5 BINDING POST CONNECTORS – Connectors for channel 1 and
channel 2.
3 NETWORK (Ethernet) – An RJ45 jack is supplied for connection
to an Ethernet network for external control and monitoring, either by
a direct wired connection or via an external WiFi router to an iPad or
tablet. LEDs below the connector indicate valid network connection
(LINK) and network activity (ACT).
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6 AC LINE INPUT – A locking IEC receptacle accepts the AC line
input, 50 Hz or 60 Hz, 100 V – 240 V. Use an IEC cable with the proper
connector for country of use.
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Input connections
Output connections
Two types of power output connections are available on IPD
Series amplifiers: Neutrik speakON and binding post. The
two types are connected in parallel. Loudspeakers may be
connected to both at the same time, but this is generally not
recommended as total impedance may be too low.
Analog Inputs
Analog inputs are available on two standard XLR-F latching connectors.
The inputs are electronically balanced. The impedance is 20 kohms, and
the inputs can accept a maximum input level of +26 dBu.
Polarity is as follows:
Pin 1 = screen (shield), pin 2 = positive (+), pin 3 = negative (-).
Binding Posts
Power outputs for loudspeaker connection are available on two fully
enclosed binding posts. Observe signal polarity as indicated.
Analog Links
Two latching XLR-M connectors are adjacent to the analog input
connectors and are paralleled to the input connectors to provide an
unprocessed analog loop-through to feed additional IPD Series units
or other equipment.
speakON Connectors
Outputs for both channel 1 and channel 2 are available on a four-pole
speakON connector to the left. The two-pole speakON to the right
connect to output 2 only. See diagram for output connection and
polarity.
*see fig 1
AES3 Inputs
A latching XLR-F connector accepts an AES3 digital audio signal. Input
impedance is 110 ohms. (Ensure that 110 ohm digital audio cables are
used; standard XLR microphone cables are rarely suitable for reliable
digital audio transmission.)
NOTE! When connecting wiring to Speaker Terminals, the installation
shall be made by an instructed person or ready-made leads or cords
shall be used
Bridge Mode
The IPD Series employs an inherently bridged Class D output topology;
Under no circumstances should the IPD Amplifier be bridged, this may
cause undesired operating performance.
AES3 is a stereo digital format, and therefore both inputs are fed via a
single connector. Selection of the analog or digital inputs is made via
the front panel display or IntelliDrive Controller software.
AES3 Link
A latching XLR-M connector is fitted adjacent to the AES3 input
connector. This is an active link which sends an unprocessed
AES3 loop-thru to feed additional IPD units. The design requires no
termination load when the unit is the last connected.
Fig 1
Channel 1 sent
through to top box.
Channel 1 and 2
Channel 2
Channel 1
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DSP configuration
Default configuration
IPD Series amplifiers are shipped with default DSP settings that allow
immediate use in many common applications with no need for further
DSP configuration. The default mode is suited for use with the stereo
program into full range loudspeakers. The main signal routing and
parameter settings are as follows:
Signal flow block diagram
The block diagram below shows the signal flow from inputs to outputs.
*see fig 2
Front panel configuration
Input mixing and routing, as well as adjustment of all DSP parameters,
may be configured using the Menu and Back buttons and the Adjust/
Set rotary encoder. The following menu tree is keyed to points in the
signal flow block in fig 2.
*see fig 3
Input mixer:
Analog 1 and AES1 are routed to Ch. 1
Analog 2 and AES 2 are routed to Ch. 2
AES3 to analog failover is OFF
Mode: Stereo
Input levels: 0 dB Input EQ: Flat
Output levels: 0 dB
Output Mute: Muted
Output EQ: Flat
Delay: Off
Crossover: Off
Fig 2
Clip Limiter
Input 1
Analog 1
Input 1
Levels
Analog 2
Input
AES 1
Mixer
Output 1
X-Over
delay
Levels
Output 1
Output 1
EQ
Delay
IDEEA
SCVPL
Amplifier
Rail Sense Limiter
Input 2
AES 2
Input 1
EQ
Input 2
Levels
Input 2
EQ
Output 2
X-Over
delay
Levels
Output 2
Output 2
EQ
Delay
PSU
IDEEA
SCVPL
Amplifier
Clip Limiter
Fig 3
Presets
Meters
Load
Mixer
Store
I/O Meters
Device Config
Input 1 & 2
Output 1 & 2
Mode
Device
Name
Gain
Imput
Mixer
Lock
LCD
Brightness
Link
Delay
Gain
PEQ 1-10
Phase
Norm/
Invert
PEQ 1-10
Enable
Limiter
Freq
Gain
Threshold
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Temperature
Reading
Mac
Address
Type
Gain
Q / BW
HPF
Serial
Number
Software
Version
H/W Version
LPF
Type
Freq
Delay
X-Over
Link
Enable
Device Info
Q / BW
IP Address
IntelliDrive Controller software
and network configuration
Network configuration is automatic. Each amplifier is identified by a
unique IP address, which is shown in the Global view and the device
header panel of IntelliDrive Controller.
Software and App Downloads and Installation
For download of the IntelliDrive Controller software for Mac and
PC, please visit www.ipdseries.com. Instructions for installation are
available via this link.
For more detailed information on network configuration, please refer to
the IPD Series Operation Manual.
The IntelliDrive Controller app for iPad Is available from Apple in the
App Store.
Input mixing/routing and DSP configuration using
IntelliDrive Controller
All input mixing /routing functions and DSP configuration parameters
are accessible and adjustable using IntelliDrive Controller software.
The six main window views are shown below. For more detailed
information on mixing/routing and DSP adjustment, please refer to the
IPD Series Operation Manual.
Network configuration
A network of IPD amplifiers may be configured using standard,
off-the-shelf Ethernet router and Cat-5 cabling. If the router is
WiFi enabled, the IPD amplifier network will be accessible using an
iPad or laptop computer running IntelliDrive Controller software.
The IPD network employs a star topology only. Each amplifier must be
connected individually to the router.
Cat-5e
(direct connection may require
crossed cable or MDI/X capable NIC)
PC or Mac Computer
Network Router
PC / Mac
Cat-5e
PC / Mac
iPad
Cat-5e
iPad / Tablet
Wireless Router
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Global
Input Mixer
The Global view shows all devices on the network and accesses the
following functions:
The Input Mixer view accesses the following functions:
• Device set-up (stereo or 2-way mode)
• Input mixing
• AES3 to analog failover on/off
• Naming devices (amplifiers) and groups
• Forming groups of devices
• Creating and deleting groups
• Muting amplifiers individually or in groups
• Power On/Off individually or in groups
• Monitoring of output levels
• Devices selected for a group are controlled simultaneously from any
• of the device UI:s in that group.
Device Header
Levels
The device header panel appears at the top of each configuration
window for a selected device. The header panel accesses the following
functions and information:
Return to Global
• Power on/off
• Output mute (per channel)
• Device name
• Online/Offline indication
• IP address
• Temperature reading
• Current preset
Preset store and recall (device or computer)
The Levels view accesses the following functions:
• Input Mix Bus Levels
• Output levels
• Output limiters
• Linking of inputs and outputs.
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Input EQ
Crossover (X-Over)
Input EQ view is selectable per channel. Input EQ accesses the
following functions:
The Crossover view accesses the following functions for each output:
• High pass filter
• High pass filter type
• High pass filter cutoff frequency
• Low pass filter
• Low pass filter type
• Low pass filter cutoff frequency
• Output level and limiter status
• Parametric equalizer (up to 10 bands)
• High-pass filter
• Low-pass filter
• Output level and limiting status
• Input delay (up to 2 sec)
Output EQ
Output EQ view is selectable per channel.
accesses the following functions:
The Output EQ view
• Parametric equalizer (up to 10 bands)
• High-pass filter
• Low-pass filter
• Output level and limiting status
• Output delay (up to 2 sec)
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Notes
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