FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ & IZA 2120-HZ
Integrated Zone Amplifiers
FreeSpace® ZA 2120-LZA & ZA 2120-HZA
Zone Amplifiers
Installation and Operation Guide
Guía de instalación y funcionamiento
Guide d’installation et d’utilisation
Installations- und Bedienungsanleitung
Manuale di installazione e funzionamento
Installatie- en bedieningshandleiding
Important Safety Instructions
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This product is intended for installation by professional installers only! This document is intended to p
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­ rofessional installers
with basic installation and safety guidelines for this product in typical fi
­ xed-installation systems. Please read this document before
attempting installation.
WARNINGS:
• All Bose products must be used in accordance with local, state, federal and industry regulations. It is the installer’s
responsibility to ensure installation of the product is performed in accordance with all applicable codes, including local
building codes and regulations. Consult the local authority having jurisdiction before installing this product.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture.
• Do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place objects filled with liquids such as vases, on or near
the apparatus. Exposure to liquid may create a fire hazard.
• Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on or near the apparatus.
• This product is not intended for installation or use in indoor water facility areas (including, without limitation, indoor pools,
indoor water parks, hot tub rooms, saunas, steam rooms and indoor skating rinks).
• Contains small parts which may be a choking hazard. Not suitable for children under age 3.
CAUTIONS:
• This product shall be connected to an AC mains socket outlet with a protective earthing (grounding) connection. Caution:
Do not mount the chassis in locations where condensation may occur.
• Do not make unauthorized alterations to this product; doing so may compromise safety, regulatory compliance, system
performance, and may void the warranty.
• Only use the mounting hardware recommended by the rack manufacturer.
This symbol means there is uninsulated, dangerous voltage within the product enclosure that may constitute a risk of electrical
shock.
This symbol means there are important operating and maintenance instructions in this guide.
NOTES:
• The product label is located on the bottom of the product.
• Where the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, such disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
• This product is not designed or tested to be powered or charged by a power inverter.
• This product is not designed or tested for use in vehicles or boats.
For Japan:
Note: Provide an earth connection before the main plug is connected to the mains.
For Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden:
English: The device must be connected to an outlet with a protective earth connection.
Danish: Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til stikproppens jord.
Finnish: Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan.
Norwegian: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt.
Swedish: Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag.
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Important Safety Instructions
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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.
9. 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 wider blade or third prong is provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit in your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the a
­ pparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time to prevent damage to this product.
14. 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.
This product conforms to all applicable EU directive requirements. The complete Declaration of Conformity can be found at
www.Bose.com/compliance.
This product meets all EN55103-2 immunity requirements for E2 electromagnetic environment.
Information About Products That Generate Electrical Noise (FCC Compliance Notice for US)
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at one’s own
expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Bose Corporation could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This product complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Class A specifications.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
For China:
仅适用于海拔 2000m 以下地区安全使用
Only suitable for use at areas with altitude less than 2000 m.
仅适用于非热带气候 件下安全使用
Only suitable for use at non-tropic climate areas.
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Instrucciones de Seguridad Importantes
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Lea esta guía del usuario y consérvela para consultarla en el futuro.
Este producto está diseñado para ser instalado únicamente por instaladores profesionales. Este documento está diseñado para
proveer las pautas de seguridad e instalación básicas a los instaladores profesionales de este producto en sistemas de instalación fija
comunes. Lea este documento antes de comenzar con su instalación.
ADVERTENCIA:
• Todos los productos Bose deben instalarse conforme a las leyes locales, estatales, federales y del sector. Es responsabilidad
del instalador asegurarse de que la instalación del producto se realice conforme a las normas legales correspondientes,
incluidas las normas de construcción locales. Consulte a la autoridad local competente antes de instalar este producto.
• Para reducir el riesgo de incendio o descarga eléctrica, no exponga este producto a la lluvia o la humedad.
• No exponga el aparato a goteos o salpicaduras y no coloque encima ni cerca del aparato objetos llenos de líquido; por
ejemplo, floreros. La exposición a líquidos podría generar el riesgo de incendio.
• No coloque sobre el producto, o en su proximidad, fuentes de llamas sin protección; por ejemplo, velas encendidas.
• Este producto no está diseñado para ser instalado o utilizado en zonas de instalaciones de agua (incluidos, sin limitarse a,
piscinas techadas, parques acuáticos techados, jacuzzis, saunas, salas de vapor y pistas de patinaje techadas).
Contiene piezas pequeñas que pueden suponer riesgo de asfixia. No adecuado para niños de menos de 3 años.
PRECAUCIÓN:
• Este producto deberá conectarse a una toma de corriente de CA con una conexión a tierra que sirva de protección.
• No realice alteraciones no autorizadas a este producto; esto podría comprometer la seguridad, el cumplimiento de las
normas y el rendimiento del sistema, y podría anular la garantía.
• Utilice únicamente las herramientas de montaje que recomienda el fabricante del rack.
Este símbolo indica que dentro de la carcasa del producto hay voltaje peligroso y no aislado, que podría significar un riesgo
de descarga eléctrica.
Este símbolo indica que en esta guía se incluyen instrucciones de mantenimiento y funcionamiento importantes.
NOTAS:
• La etiqueta del producto se encuentra en la parte inferior.
• Si se utiliza la clavija de conexión de red eléctrica o el acoplador del artefacto como el dispositivo de desconexión, dicho
dispositivo de desconexión deberá permanecer listo para funcionar.
• Este producto no está diseñado ni probado para recibir alimentación o carga de un inversor.
• Este producto no está diseñado ni probado para utilizarse en embarcaciones o vehículos.
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Instrucciones de Seguridad Importantes
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Lea estas instrucciones.
Guarde estas instrucciones.
Preste atención a las advertencias.
Siga todas las instrucciones.
No use este aparato cerca del agua.
Límpielo solamente con un paño seco.
No obstruya ninguna abertura de ventilación. Realice la instalación conforme a las instrucciones del fabricante.
No lo instale cerca de ninguna fuente de calor, como radiadores, rejillas de calefacción, estufas u otros aparatos (incluidos los
amplificadores) que produzcan calor.
9. No anule el propósito de seguridad del enchufe con conexión a tierra o polarizado. Un enchufe polarizado tiene dos hojas, una
más ancha que la otra. Un enchufe con conexión a tierra tiene dos clavijas planas y un tercer conector a tierra. La clavija plana más
ancha o el tercer conector son para su seguridad. Si el enchufe suministrado no encaja en la toma de corriente, consulte con un
electricista para cambiar la toma de corriente obsoleta.
10.Proteja el cable de alimentación para que nadie lo pise o lo perfore, especialmente en enchufes, receptáculos de tomas múltiples y
en el punto donde salen del dispositivo.
11. Use solamente los accesorios especificados por el fabricante.
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Use solamente con el carro, el soporte de piso, el trípode, el soporte o la mesa especificado por el fabricante, o vendido
con el dispositivo. Cuando se usa un carro, tenga precaución al moverlo con el dispositivo para evitar lesiones por
tropiezos.
13. Desenchufe este aparato durante tormentas eléctricas o cuando no lo utilice durante períodos prolongados.
14. Derive todas las tareas de mantenimiento a personal calificado. Se requieren tareas de mantenimiento si el aparato se daña de
alguna manera; por ejemplo, si se daña el enchufe o el cable de alimentación, si se derrama líquido o si caen objetos dentro del
aparato, si el aparato se expone a la lluvia o la humedad, si no funciona normalmente; o bien, si se cae.
Este producto cumple los requisitos de todas las Directivas de la UE aplicables legalmente. Encontrará la d
­ eclaración de
conformidad completa en www.Bose.com/compliance.
Este producto cumple con todos los requisitos de inmunidad de EN55103-2 para un entorno electromagnético E2.
Información sobre productos que generan ruido eléctrico (Nota de homologación FCC para EE UU)
Nota: Este equipo se ha probado y ha demostrado que cumple con los límites para dispositivos digitales de clase B, de acuerdo con
el apartado 15 de las normas de la FCC. Estos límites están diseñados para ofrecer una protección razonable contra las interferencias
perjudiciales cuando el aparato se utiliza en un entorno comercial. Este equipo genera, utiliza y puede irradiar energía de
radiofrecuencia y, si no se instala y se utiliza de acuerdo con el manual de instrucciones, podría ocasionar interferencias perjudiciales
para las comunicaciones por radio. La utilización de este equipo en una zona residencial podría causar interferencias dañinas. En ese
caso, la corrección de la ­interferencia correrá a cargo del usuario.
Los cambios o las modificaciones no aprobadas expresamente por Bose Corporation podrían invalidar la autoridad del usuario para
operar el equipo.
Este producto cumple las especificaciones canadienses para dispositivos de clase A ICES-003.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
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Instructions Importantes Relatives à la Sécurité
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Consultez attentivement cette notice d’utilisation et conservez-la pour toute référence future.
L’installation de ce produit doit être effectuée par un technicien professionnel ! Ce document à l’intention des installateurs
professionnels contient les directives de pose et de sécurité relatives à ce produit en installation fixe. Lisez attentivement ce
document avant l’installation.
AVERTISSEMENTS:
•Tous les produits Bose doivent être installés dans le respect des réglementations locales et nationales. L’installateur est
responsable du respect de tous les codes et règlements locaux et nationaux en vigueur applicables à l’installation du
produit. Consultez les autorités locales compétentes avant d’installer ce produit.
•Pour limiter les risques d’incendie ou d’électrocution, n’exposez pas l’appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
•Protégez l’appareil de tout risque de ruissellement ou d’éclaboussure. Ne placez pas d’objets contenant des liquides, tels
que des vases, sur l’appareil. L’exposition aux liquides peut induire un risque d’incendie.
•Ne placez jamais d’objets enflammés, tels que des bougies allumées, sur l’appareil.
•Ce produit n’est pas destiné à être monté ou utilisé dans des installations humides en intérieur (par exemple piscine
intérieure, parc aquatique intérieur, baignoire à remous, sauna, hammam, patinoire intérieure, etc.).
Certaines pièces présentent un risque de suffocation. Ne pas laisser à la portée des enfants de moins de 3 ans.
ATTENTION:
•Cet appareil doit être raccordé à une prise secteur dotée d’une protection par mise à la terre.
•Toute modification non autorisée peut compromettre votre sécurité, le respect des réglementations et le bon
fonctionnement de l’appareil, et en invalidera la garantie.
•Utilisez exclusivement le matériel de montage en rack recommandé par le fabricant.
Ce symbole indique la présence d’une tension électrique dangereuse non isolée à l’intérieur de l’appareil, susceptible d’induire
un risque de choc électrique.
Ce symbole signale la présence d’instructions importantes relatives au fonctionnement et à l’entretien de l’appareil dans ce
guide.
REMARQUE:
• L’étiquette d’identification du produit est située au-dessous de l’appareil.
• Lorsque la fiche d’alimentation ou la prise multiple est utilisée comme dispositif de débranchement de l’appareil, elle doit
rester facilement accessible.
• Ce produit n’a pas été conçu ou testé pour être alimenté ou chargé au moyen d’un onduleur.
• Ce produit n’a pas été conçu ou testé pour être utilisé dans des véhicules ou des bateaux.
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Instructions Importantes Relatives à la Sécurité
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Veuillez lire ces instructions.
Veuillez conserver ces instructions.
Respectez tous les avertissements.
Suivez toutes les instructions.
N’utilisez pas cet appareil à proximité d’eau ou d’une source d’humidité.
Utilisez uniquement un chiffon sec pour le nettoyage.
Ne bloquez jamais les orifices d’aération. Suivez les instructions du fabricant pour l’installation.
N’installez pas cet appareil à proximité d’une quelconque source de chaleur, telle qu’un radiateur, une arrivée d’air chaud, un four
ou tout autre appareil (notamment des amplificateurs) produisant de la chaleur.
9. Veillez à profiter de la sécurité offerte par les fiches de type terre ou polarisées. Les fiches polarisées sont équipées de deux
bornes de largeurs différentes. Les fiches de type terre sont équipées de deux bornes et d’un orifice pour la mise à la terre.
Ces deux types de dispositifs ont pour but d’assurer votre sécurité. Si la prise fournie ne s’adapte pas à votre prise de courant,
consultez un électricien pour qu’il remplace cette prise obsolète.
10.Protégez le cordon d’alimentation contre les risques de piétinement ou de pincement, notamment au niveau des fiches, des prises
de courant et des branchements à l’appareil.
11. Utilisez uniquement les accessoires spécifiés par le fabricant.
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Utilisez uniquement le chariot, le support, le trépied, l’équerre ou la table spécifié(e) par le fabricant ou vendu(e) avec
l’appareil. Si vous utilisez un chariot, faites attention à ne pas faire basculer l’ensemble chariot/appareil.
13. Débranchez cet appareil pendant les orages ou au cours des longues périodes de non utilisation.
14. Confiez toute réparation à du personnel qualifié. Une réparation est nécessaire lorsque l’appareil a été endommagé de quelque
façon que ce soit (endommagement du cordon d’alimentation ou de la fiche électrique, renversement d’un liquide ou de tout objet
sur l’appareil, exposition de l’appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité, mauvais fonctionnement, chute de l’appareil, etc.).
Ce produit est conforme à toutes les directives de la Communauté Européenne qui s’y appliquent. L’attestation complète de
conformité est disponible à l’adresse www.Bose.com/compliance.
Ce produit répond aux critères d’immunité de la norme EN55103-2 pour les environnements électromagnétiques classés E2.
Informations sur les produits générateurs de bruit électrique (Notice de conformité FCC pour les USA)
Remarque : ce matériel a fait l’objet de tests prouvant sa conformité aux limites imposées aux appareils numériques de classe A,
conformément à la partie 15 des réglementations de la FCC. Ces limites sont conçues pour o
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les interférences nuisibles lorsque l’appareil est utilisé en environnement c
­ ommercial. Cet appareil génère, utilise et est susceptible
d’émettre de l’énergie à certaines fréquences ­radio. À ce titre, s’il n’est pas installé ou utilisé conformément aux instructions, il est
susceptible de perturber les ­communications radio. L’utilisation de cet équipement dans une zone résidentielle risque de provoquer
des i­nterférences nuisibles, auquel cas l’utilisateur devra remédier au problème à ses propres frais.
Toute modification non autorisée expressément par Bose Corporation est susceptible d’annuler le droit de l’utilisateur à utiliser cet
appareil.
Ce produit est conforme aux spécifications de la réglementation ICES-003 pour la classe A du Canada.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
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Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise
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Bitte lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung durch und bewahren Sie sie zum späteren Nachschlagen auf.
Dieses Produkt darf nur von fachkundigen Monteuren installiert werden! Dieses Dokument soll fachkundigen Monteuren
grundlegende Installations- und Sicherheitsrichtlinien für dieses Produkt in typischen Festinstallationssystemen bieten. Bitte lesen Sie
dieses Dokument vor der Installation durch.
WARNUNG:
• Alle Produkte von Bose müssen gemäß den örtlichen und staatlichen Vorschriften sowie gemäß allen
Branchenbestimmungen verwendet werden. Der Monteur ist dafür verantwortlich, sicherzustellen, dass die Installation
des Produkts gemäß allen geltenden Vorschriften durchgeführt wird, einschließlich örtlicher Bauvorschriften und
Bestimmungen. Wenden Sie sich vor der Installation dieses Produkts an die zuständige Abnahmebehörde.
• Um Brände und Stromschläge zu vermeiden, darf dieses Produkt weder Regen noch Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt werden.
• Schützen Sie das Gerät vor tropfenden oder spritzenden Flüssigkeiten, und stellen Sie keine mit Flüssigkeiten gefüllten
Gefäße (z. B. Vasen) auf das Gerät oder in die Nähe des Geräts. Durch den Kontakt mit Flüssigkeiten entsteht ggf.
Brandgefahr.
• Stellen Sie keine brennenden Kerzen oder ähnliches auf das Gerät oder in die Nähe des Geräts.
• Dieses Produkt ist nicht für die Installation oder Verwendung in Innenbereichen mit Wassereinrichtungen (zum Beispiel
Schwimmbädern, Wasserparks, Räume mit Whirlpools, Saunas, Dampfbäder und Eislaufbahnen) gedacht.
Enthält kleine Teile, die verschluckt werden können und eine Erstickungsgefahr darstellen. Nicht ­geeignet für Kinder unter
drei Jahren.
ACHTUNG:
• Dieses Produkt muss an eine 230-V-Wechselstrom-Steckdose mit Erdungsschutz angeschlossen werden.
• Keine nicht autorisierten Veränderungen am Produkt vornehmen. Diese können die Sicherheit, die Einhaltung von
Richtlinien und die Systemleistung beeinträchtigen. In diesem Fall kann die Garantie ungültig werden.
• Verwenden Sie nur die vom Rack-Hersteller empfohlenen Montagehilfsmittel.
Dieser Warnhinweis warnt vor nicht isolierten gefährlichen Spannungsquellen im Inneren des Produktes, die ein
Stromschlagrisiko darstellen können.
Dieser Warnhinweis weist auf wichtige Bedien- und Wartungsinformationen in dieser Anleitung hin.
HINWELS:
• Das Etikett mit der Produktbezeichnung befindet sich auf der Unterseite des Geräts.
• Falls Sie den Netzstecker oder eine Mehrfachsteckdose verwenden, um das Gerät von der Stromversorgung zu trennen,
sollten Sie sicherstellen, dass Sie jederzeit auf den Stecker zugreifen können.
• Das Produkt wurde nicht für den Betrieb oder das Aufladen mit einem Wechselrichter entwickelt oder getestet.
• Das Produkt wurde nicht für den Betrieb in Fahrzeugen oder Booten entwickelt oder getestet.
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Lesen Sie die folgenden Anweisungen.
Bewahren Sie die Anweisungen auf.
Beachten Sie alle Warn- und Sicherheitshinweise.
Befolgen Sie alle Anweisungen.
Verwenden Sie dieses Gerät nicht in der Nähe von Wasser.
Reinigen Sie das Gerät nur mit einem sauberen, trockenen Tuch.
Achten Sie darauf, dass die Lüftungsöffnungen nicht blockiert sind. Stellen Sie das Gerät nur in Übereinstimmung mit den
Herstelleranweisungen auf.
8. Stellen Sie das Gerät nicht in der Nähe von Wärmequellen auf, wie Heizkörpern, Wärmespeichern, Öfen oder anderen
Geräten(auch Verstärkern), die Wärme erzeugen.
9. Achten Sie darauf, dass die Schutzfunktion des Schutzkontaktsteckers nicht beeinträchtigt wird. Ein gepolter Stecker hat zwei
Stromkontakte, von denen einer breiter als der andere ist. Ein Schutzkontaktstecker hat zwei Stromkontakte und einen dritten
Erdungskontakt. Der breite bzw. dritte Kontakt dient Ihrer Sicherheit. Falls der mitgelieferte Stecker nicht in Ihre Steckdose passt,
wenden Sie sich an einen qualifizierten Elektriker, um die Steckdose auszutauschen.
10.Verlegen Sie das Netzkabel so, dass es keine Stolpergefahr darstellt und nicht beschädigt werden kann – insbesondere im Bereich
von Steckern und Steckdosen und dort, wo das Netzkabel aus dem Gerät herausgeführt wird.
11. Verwenden Sie nur Zubehör-/Anbauteile, die vom Hersteller zugelassen sind.
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Verwenden Sie für das Gerät nur Rollwagen, Ständer, Dreibeine, Halterungen oder Tische, die vom Hersteller zugelassen
sind oder zusammen mit dem Gerät verkauft werden. Falls Sie einen Rollwagen verwenden, dürfen Sie die Einheit Gerät/
Rollwagen nur mit Vorsicht bewegen, damit Verletzungen beim möglichen Umkippen ausgeschlossen sind.
13. Ziehen Sie das Netzkabel bei Gewitter oder bei längerer Nichtbenutzung des Gerätes aus der Steckdose.
14. Alle Reparatur- und Wartungsarbeiten nur von qualifiziertem Kundendienstpersonal durchführen lassen. Wartungsarbeiten sind
in folgenden Fällen nötig: Bei jeglichen Beschädigungen wie z. B. des Netzkabels oder Netzsteckers, wenn Flüssigkeiten oder
Gegenstände in das Gehäuse gelangt sind, das Gerät Regen oder Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt wurde, fallen gelassen wurde oder nicht
ordnungsgemäß funktioniert.
Dieses Produkt erfüllt alle vorgeschriebenen EU-Richtlinien. Die vollständige Konformitätserklärung ist einsehbar unter
www.Bose.com/compliance.
Dieses Produkt erfüllt alle Anforderungen nach EN55103-2 für elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit.
Informationen über Produkte, die elektrisches Rauschen verursachen (Hinweis zur FCC-Einhaltung für die USA)
Hinweis: Dieses Gerät wurde geprüft. Es stimmt mit den Regelungen für Geräte der Klasse A gemäß Teil 15 der FCC-Vorschriften
überein. Diese Grenzwerte sollen einen angemessenen Schutz gegen elektromagnetische Störungen beim Betrieb in gewerblicher
Umgebung gewährleisten. Dieses Gerät erzeugt und verwendet Hochfrequenzstrahlung und kann sie auch aussenden. Daher
verursacht das Gerät, wenn die Installation und Benutzung nicht in Übereinstimmung mit dieser Bedienungsanleitung erfolgt,
möglicherweise Störungen des Funkverkehrs. Beim Betrieb dieses Geräts in Wohngebieten können erhebliche Störungen des
Funkverkehrs verursacht werden. Eventuell daraus entstehende Kosten trägt allein der Benutzer des Geräts.
Veränderungen am Gerät, die nicht durch die Bose Corporation autorisiert wurden, können zur Folge haben, dass die
Betriebserlaubnis für das Gerät erlischt.
Dieses Produkt erfüllt die kanadische Richtlinie ICES-003, Klasse A.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
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Informazioni Importanti Sulla Sicurezza
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Leggere questo manuale d’uso e conservarlo come riferimento per il futuro.
Questo prodotto deve essere installato esclusivamente da installatori professionisti. Il presente documento ha lo scopo di
fornire agli installatori professionisti le istruzioni di base per l’installazione e la sicurezza de prodotto negli impianti convenzionali a
installazione fissa. Leggere attentamente il documento prima di procedere all’installazione.
AVVERTENZA:
•Tutti i prodotti Bose devono essere installati in conformità con gli standard locali, statali, federali e di settore. È
responsabilità dell’installatore assicurare che l’installazione del prodotto sia eseguita in conformità con tutte le normative
vigenti, compresi i regolamenti edilizi locali. Prima di installare il prodotto, chiedere informazioni all’autorità locale preposta.
•Per ridurre il rischio di incendio o scosse elettriche, il prodotto non deve essere esposto a pioggia o umidità.
•Non esporre l’apparecchio a gocce o schizzi, e non porre oggetti contenenti liquidi quali vasi sopra o in prossimità
dell’apparecchio. L’esposizione ai liquidi può provocare il rischio di incendi.
•Non collocare sorgenti di fiamme libere (ad esempio, candele accese) sull’apparecchio o in prossimità di esso.
•Il prodotto non deve essere installato o utilizzato in aree di servizio o intrattenimento vicine all’acqua (ad esempio, piscine
coperte, parchi acquatici al chiuso, sale con vasche riscaldate, saune, bagni turchi e piste di pattinaggio al chiuso).
Contiene pezzi di piccole dimensioni che possono rappresentare un pericolo di soffocamento. Non adatto per bambini di età
inferiore ai 3 anni.
ATTENZIONE:
•Questo prodotto deve essere collegato a una presa di corrente alternata dotata di un impianto protettivo di messa a terra.
•Eventuali modifiche non autorizzate possono compromettere la sicurezza, la conformità alle normative e le prestazioni del
sistema, e quindi invalidare la garanzia.
• Utilizzare esclusivamente l’hardware di montaggio raccomandato dal produttore dell’unità rack.
Questo simbolo segnala la presenza di tensione non isolata e pericolosa all’interno dell’involucro del prodotto, con il rischio di
scossa elettrica.
Questo simbolo segnala le istruzioni importanti dal punto di vista del funzionamento e della manutenzione all’interno della
guida.
NOTAS:
• L’etichetta identificativa è situata sul fondo del prodotto.
• La spina dell’alimentazione o dell’accoppiatore deve essere raggiungibile facilmente e rapidamente se è utilizzata come
dispositivo di spegnimento.
• Il prodotto non è progettato o testato per l’alimentazione o la ricarica mediante convertitore di corrente.
• Il prodotto non è progettato o testato per l’utilizzo su veicoli o natanti.
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Informazioni Importanti Sulla Sicurezza
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Leggere queste istruzioni.
Conservare queste istruzioni.
Prestare attenzione a tutte le avvertenze.
Seguire tutte le istruzioni.
Non utilizzare l’apparecchio in prossimità di acqua.
Utilizzare solo un panno asciutto per la pulizia.
Non ostruire le aperture di ventilazione. Installare il prodotto in conformità con le istruzioni fornite dal produttore.
Non installare i diffusori in prossimità di fonti di calore, quali termosifoni, radiatori, stufe o altri apparecchi (compresi gli amplificatori)
che generano calore.
9. Non escludere l’obiettivo di sicurezza della spina polarizzata o con messa a terra. Una spina polarizzata è dotata di due poli, uno più
largo dell’altro. Una spina con messa a terra è dotata di due poli e di un terzo terminale di massa. Il polo largo o il terzo terminale
sono presenti per sicurezza. Se la spina in dotazione non è adatta alla presa, rivolgersi a un elettricista per la sostituzione della presa
obsoleta.
10.Fare in modo che il cavo di alimentazione non venga calpestato o schiacciato, soprattutto in corrispondenza di spine, prese e nel punto
di uscita dall’apparecchio.
11. Utilizzare solo sistemi di aggancio/accessori specificati dal produttore.
12.
Utilizzare solo carrelli, supporti, treppiedi, staffe o tavoli specificati dal produttore o venduti insieme all’apparato. Quando si
utilizza un carrello, prestare attenzione durante lo spostamento dell’insieme carrello/apparecchio per evitare di rovesciarlo
causando danni.
13. Scollegare l’apparecchio durante i temporali o quando rimane inutilizzato a lungo.
14. Affidarsi a personale qualificato per tutti gli interventi di assistenza. Gli interventi di assistenza si rendono necessari quando l’apparato
ha subito danni di qualsiasi tipo, ad esempio se il cavo di alimentazione o la spina sono danneggiati, se è stato versato del liquido o
sono caduti oggetti sull’apparato, se l’apparato è stato esposto a pioggia o umidità, se non funziona normalmente o è caduto.
Questo prodotto è conforme a tutte le direttive EU prescritte dalla legge. La dichiarazione di conformità completa è disponibile
all’indirizzo www.Bose.com/compliance.
Il prodotto è conforme a tutti i requisiti di immunità EN55103-2 per ambienti elettromagnetici di tipo E2.
Informazioni sui prodotti che generano interferenze elettriche (avviso di conformità FCC per gli Stati Uniti)
Nota: Questa apparecchiatura è stata sottoposta a collaudo ed è risultata conforme ai limiti relativi ai dispositivi digitali di Classe A
previsti dalla parte 15 delle norme FCC. Tali limiti sono stati fissati allo scopo di assicurare un’adeguata protezione dalle interferenze
dannose quando l’apparecchiatura è utilizzata in un’installazione commerciale. Questa apparecchiatura genera, utilizza e può irradiare
energia a radiofrequenza e, se non installata e utilizzata in conformità con il manuale di istruzioni, può interferire negativamente con le
comunicazioni radiofoniche. L’utilizzo di questa apparecchiatura in un’area residenziale può provocare interferenze dannose, nel qual caso
l’utente dovrà adottare misure correttive a proprie spese.
Eventuali modifiche o alterazioni non espressamente approvate da Bose Corporation possono rendere nulla l’autorizzazione dell’utente
all’utilizzo dell’apparecchiatura stessa.
Questo prodotto è conforme alle specifiche canadesi ICES-003 per i prodotti di Classe A.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
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Lees deze gebruikershandleiding zorgvuldig door en bewaar deze voor toekomstig gebruik.
Dit product is uitsluitend bestemd voor installatie door professionele installateurs! Dit document is bedoeld om professionele
installateurs essentiële installatie- en veiligheidsrichtlijnen te bieden voor dit product in standaardsystemen voor vaste installatie. Lees
dit document door voordat u begint met de installatie.
WAARSCHUWINGEN:
• Alle Bose-producten moeten worden geïnstalleerd volgens de plaatselijke en landelijke voorschriften en industrienormen.
Het is de verantwoordelijkheid van de installateur om ervoor te zorgen dat de installatie van het product wordt uitgevoerd
volgens alle van toepassing zijnde voorschriften, inclusief plaatselijke bouwvoorschriften. Neem contact op met de juiste
plaatselijke overheidsinstanties voordat u dit product installeert.
• Stel het apparaat niet bloot aan regen of vocht, om het risico van brand of elektrische schokken te verlagen.
• Stel dit apparaat niet bloot aan druipende of spattende vloeistoffen en plaats geen met vloeistoffen gevulde voorwerpen,
zoals vazen, op of bij het apparaat. Blootstelling aan vloeistoffen kan leiden tot brandgevaar.
• Plaats geen open vlam, zoals een brandende kaars, op of bij het product.
• Dit product is niet bedoeld voor installatie of gebruik in overdekte ruimten voor wateractiviteiten (waaronder overdekte
zwembaden, overdekte waterparken, stoomruimten, sauna’s, bubbelbadkamers en overdekte ijsbanen).
Bevat kleine onderdelen die een verstikkingsgevaar kunnen vormen. Niet geschikt voor kinderen jonger dan 3 jaar.
WAARSCHUWINGEN:
• Dit product moet worden aangesloten op een geaard AC-stopcontact.
• Er mogen geen wijzigingen aan het product worden aangebracht door onbevoegden. Dergelijke wijzigingen kunnen de
veiligheid, de naleving van voorschriften en de werking van het systeem in gevaar brengen en kunnen ertoe leiden dat de
garantie vervalt.
• Gebruik uitsluitend het door de fabrikant aanbevolen montagemateriaal.
Dit symbool duidt op gevaarlijke niet-geïsoleerde spanning in de behuizing van het product die tot elektrische schokken kan
leiden.
Dit symbool geeft aan dat deze handleiding belangrijke gebruiks- en onderhoudsinstructies bevat.
OPMERKINGEN:
• Het productlabel bevindt zich aan de onderkant van het product.
• Wanneer de netstekker of aansluiting van een apparaat als stroomonderbreker wordt gebruikt, dient deze
stroomonderbreker steeds goed bereikbaar te zijn.
• Dit product is niet ontworpen voor of getest op gebruik met een omvormer voor voeding of opladen.
• Dit product is niet ontworpen voor of getest op gebruik in voertuigen of vaartuigen.
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Belangrijke veiligheidsinstructies
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Lees deze instructies door.
Bewaar deze instructies.
Neem alle waarschuwingen in acht.
Volg alle instructies.
Gebruik dit apparaat niet in de buurt van water.
Alleen met een droge doek reinigen.
Zorg dat u de ventilatieopeningen niet blokkeert. Installeer het apparaat volgens de instructies van de fabrikant.
Installeer het product niet in de buurt van warmtebronnen, zoals radiatoren, warmteroosters, kachels of andere apparaten
(waaronder versterkers) die warmte produceren.
9. Schakel de functie van de gepolariseerde of geaarde stekker niet uit. Een gepolariseerde stekker heeft twee poten, waarvan de
ene breder is dan de andere. Een geaarde stekker heeft twee poten en een pin voor de aarding. De brede poot of de derde poot is
bedoeld voor uw veiligheid. Als de bijgeleverde stekker niet in het stopcontact past, neem dan contact op met een elektricien om
het verouderde stopcontact te vervangen.
10.Zorg dat er niet op het netsnoer wordt gestaan of gelopen en dat het niet wordt afgekneld, met name bij de stekkers en
stopcontacten en het punt waar deze uit het apparaat komen.
11. Gebruik uitsluitend aansluitstukken/accessoires die door de fabrikant worden gespecificeerd.
12.
Gebruik het product uitsluitend in combinatie met het verrijdbare plateau, het statief, de beugel of de tafel die door de
fabrikant worden vermeld of samen met het apparaat worden verkocht. Als u een verrijdbaar plateau gebruikt, moet u het
apparaat en het plateau voorzichtig verplaatsen zodat deze niet kunnen omvallen en letsel veroorzaken.
13. Haal de stekker van dit apparaat uit het stopcontact bij onweer of als het langere tijd niet wordt gebruikt.
14. Laat alle reparaties en onderhoud over aan bevoegde servicemedewerkers. Onderhoud is vereist als het apparaat is beschadigd.
Dit is bijvoorbeeld het geval als het netsnoer of de stekker is beschadigd, als er vloeistof is gemorst of voorwerpen in het apparaat
zijn gevallen, als het apparaat is blootgesteld aan regen of vocht, niet normaal werkt of is gevallen.
Dit product voldoet aan alle vereisten van de EU-richtlijnen, zoals wettelijk vereist. De volledige c
­ onformiteitsverklaring kunt u
vinden op www.Bose.com/compliance.
Dit product voldoet aan alle immuniteitseisen van EN55103-2 voor een E2 elektromagnetische omgeving.
Informatie over producten die elektrische ruis genereren (FCC Compliance Notice voor de VS)
Opmerking: Dit apparaat is getest waarbij is vastgesteld dat het voldoet aan de limieten voor een digitaal apparaat van klasse A,
volgens deel 15 van de FCC-voorschriften. Deze limieten zijn bedoeld om redelijke bescherming te bieden tegen schadelijke storing bij
installatie in een handelsomgeving. Dit apparaat genereert en ­gebruikt radiofrequente energie en kan deze uitstralen en het kan, als
het niet geïnstalleerd en gebruikt wordt ­volgens de instructies, schadelijke storing veroorzaken aan radiocommunicatie. Gebruik van
dit apparaat in een woonwijk kan schadelijke storing veroorzaken. In dit geval is de gebruiker verplicht op eigen kosten de s­ toring te
verhelpen.
Veranderingen of aanpassingen die niet uitdrukkelijk zijn goedgekeurd door Bose Corporation kunnen leiden tot het vervallen van de
bevoegdheid van de gebruiker om dit apparaat te gebruiken.
Dit product voldoet aan de specificaties van de Canadese ICES-003 klasse A.
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Introduction
Product Overview......................................................................................................................................................................... 16
FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ / IZA 2120-HZ Integrated Zone Amplifier................................................................ 16
FreeSpace® ZA 2120-LZA / ZA 2120-HZA Zone Amplifier................................................................................... 16
Included Accessories................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Front and Rear Panels
FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ............................................................................................................................................................. 17
IZA 2120-LZ Front Panel..................................................................................................................................................... 17
IZA 2120-LZ Rear Panel....................................................................................................................................................... 18
FreeSpace® IZA 2120-HZ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
IZA 2120-HZ Front Panel.................................................................................................................................................... 19
IZA 2120-HZ Rear Panel.....................................................................................................................................................20
FreeSpace® ZA 2120-LZA/HZA............................................................................................................................................... 21
ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Front Panel....................................................................................................................................... 21
ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Rear Panel........................................................................................................................................ 22
Installation and Operation
Installation ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Importance of Proper Ventilation.................................................................................................................................. 23
Rack Mounting....................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Removing Rack-Mount Ears............................................................................................................................................. 23
Placing on a Flat Surface................................................................................................................................................... 24
Installing the Feet on the Amplifier............................................................................................................................... 24
Stacking Units........................................................................................................................................................................ 24
Remote Volume Control............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Connecting an Amplifier to a ControlSpace® Engineered Sound Processor............................................... 25
Page Input Connections..................................................................................................................................................... 25
Remote Control Connections.......................................................................................................................................... 26
Remote Connections to Zone Amplifiers................................................................................................................... 28
Connecting a ControlCenter Zone Controller..................................................................................................................30
Connecting the CC-1 to a FreeSpace® Amplifier......................................................................................................30
Connecting the CC-2 to a FreeSpace® Amplifier..................................................................................................... 32
Loudspeaker Usage..................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Expanding an IZA System with a ZA Amplifier............................................................................................................... 34
Expansion Overview............................................................................................................................................................ 34
Connecting an IZA 2120-LZ/HZ Amplifier to a ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Amplifier............................................ 34
Line Input Connections...................................................................................................................................................... 34
Connecting an IZA 2120-LZ/HZ Amplifier to Multiple Zone Amplifiers........................................................ 35
Technical Information
AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation Information............................................................................................... 36
Limited Warranty...........................................................................................................................................................................37
Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................................................. 38
IZA 2120-LZ Specifications............................................................................................................................................... 38
IZA 2120-HZ Specifications.............................................................................................................................................. 39
ZA 2120-LZA Specifications.............................................................................................................................................40
ZA 2120-HZA Specifications............................................................................................................................................. 41
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................................ 42
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Block Diagrams
IZA 2120-LZ Integrated Zone Amplifier.............................................................................................................................. 43
IZA 2120-HZ Integrated Zone Amplifier.............................................................................................................................44
ZA 2120-LZA Zone Amplifier.................................................................................................................................................. 45
ZA 2120-HZA Zone Amplifier..................................................................................................................................................46
Additional Resources
Contact Information.................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Importer Information........................................................................................................................................................... 47
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Product Overview
This guide provides installation and operating information for FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ / IZA 2120-HZ
integrated zone amplifiers and ZA 2120-LZA / ZA 2120-HZA zone amplifiers.
FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ / IZA 2120-HZ Integrated Zone Amplifier
The FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ / IZA 2120-HZ integrated zone amplifier provides signal processing, routing,
paging, z
­ oning and amplification for a wide range of commercial applications such as retail stores,
restaurants and bars, hospitality ­venues, conference rooms, schools and auxiliary zones.
The integrated zone amplifier offers a variety of input connections (mic/line/page), input gain and output
level adjustments, and operational modes. Built-in Bose® FreeSpace FS3/HPF, DS 16, DS 40, DS 100, FS3B,
and RoomMatch® Utility RMU105 loudspeaker EQ presets can be selected for loudspeaker optimization.
FreeSpace® ZA 2120-LZA / ZA 2120-HZA Zone Amplifier
The FreeSpace ZA 2120-LZA / ZA 2120-HZA zone amplifier makes system expansion easy. Simply connect
the auxiliary ­output of an IZA integrated zone amplifier to the input of a ZA zone amplifier. The two
amplifiers will function together as one system sharing the same music, paging sources, master volume
control and optional loudspeaker equalization.
ZA zone amplifiers are designed to expand sound systems that utilize front end signal processing from
products such as the Bose FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ, IZA 2120-HZ, IZA 250-LZ and IZA 190-HZ integrated
zone amplifiers and Bose ­ControlSpace® engineered sound processors. With the inclusion of AmpLink,
up to the first 8 digital audio channels can be sent to the amplifier from a Bose DSP via a shielded CAT 5
cable. The FreeSpace ZA 2120-LZA / ZA 2120-HZA zone amplifiers can also be used as stand-alone
amplifiers from any balanced or unbalanced line-level source.
Included Accessories
Each FreeSpace® amplifier carton contains one amplifier plus the items indicated in the following table:
IZA 2120-LZ
IZA 2120-HZ
ZA 2120-LZA
ZA 2120-HZA
Feet with locking pins
4
4
4
4
5-pin Euroblock
2
2
1
1
4-pin Euroblock
1 black, 1 green
2 black, 1 green
2-pin Euroblock
1 black, 2 green
1 black, 2 green
1 black, 2 green
1 black, 2 green
1
1
RCA cable
AC power cord*
1
1
1
1
Owners Guide
1
1
1
1
*The appropriate power cord for your region is included.
Figure 1. FreeSpace amplifier carton contents
Feet with Pins
AC Power Cord
2-pin Euroblock
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3-pin Euroblock
4-pin Euroblock
5-pin Euroblock
RCA Cable
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FreeSpace® IZA 2120-LZ
The four-input IZA 2120-LZ mixer amplifier is optimized for low-impedance stereo or mono applications. It
supports ­loudspeaker EQs for the FreeSpace DS 16, DS 40, and the larger DS 100, and RoomMatch® Utility
RMU105.
IZA 2120-LZ Front Panel
Figure 2. FreeSpace IZA 2120-LZ amplifier front panel
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t
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q POWER Switch - ON/OFF AC power.
w POWER LED - Solid blue LED indicates the unit is ON. Blinking blue LED indicates the unit is in standby
mode.
e INPUT SIGNAL LED - LED is green from –37 dBu to 11 dBu, LED goes red over 11 dBu. MASTER LEVEL
set at 5.
r OUTPUT LIMIT LED - LED is green from –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, LED goes red over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel. For each output, 120 watts is 0 dBFS.
t AUX INPUT - 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo line-level input connector. A cable insertion mutes INPUT A and
INPUT B for p
­ riority override. Pages can still be made from the PAGE INPUT. AUX INPUT does not have
any gain adjustment, therefore, all gain a
­ djustments must be done from the external source device.
y INPUT A/B Switch - Allows selection of rear line-input channels A or B.
u TREBLE/BASS Controls - Allows tonal adjustments of both outputs simultaneously. These are 1st order
shelving filters that provide ±6 dB adjustment at 7 kHz and above (TREBLE) and 100 Hz and below
(BASS). They have a slope of approximately 6 dB/octave.
i MASTER LEVEL Control - Controls the overall system volume for both the loudspeakers and the AUX
OUTPUT when the AUX OUTPUT DIP switch is set to VARIABLE. If the AUX OUTPUT DIP switch is set
to FIXED, the AUX OUTPUT maintains maximum level.
Note: When using a REMOTE volume connection, the front panel MASTER LEVEL control becomes
disabled. See “Remote Control Connections” on page 26 for more details.
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IZA 2120-LZ Rear Panel
Figure 3. FreeSpace IZA 2120-LZ amplifier rear panel
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FIXED
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VARIABLE AUX OUTPUT
q INPUT A/B - Balanced and unbalanced line-level input connectors.
w INPUT GAIN - Allows for 0 dB to –30 dB of adjustment to each INPUT A/B.
e MUTE - Contact closure connection that upon trigger (short) will mute all outputs (including AUX OUTPUT).
r PAGE INPUT - Euroblock mic/line input that supports dynamic microphones with voice activation (VOX) or a trigger contact
closure for use with push-to-talk (PTT) microphones.
t PAGE INPUT GAIN - Allows for 0 dB to +50 dB of gain control of PAGE INPUT signal.
y PAGE INPUT THRESHOLD - Adjusts the level at which the VOX PAGE INPUT signal causes other inputs to be l­owered. A 10 dB
adjustment range lifts the page trigger level away from the noise floor to prevent false triggers. At minimum setting, a –70 dBu
signal will trigger a VOX page. At maximum setting, a –60 dBu signal will trigger a VOX page. When in PTT page mode this
adjustment is not active.
u EQ - Provides loudspeaker equalization presets: Flat, DS 16, DS 40, DS 100 and RMU105. Use the Flat setting for loudspeakers that
are not Bose or that do not require EQ.
i DIP Switches - A bank of switches to set the amplifier configuration. All switches set to the left position is the s­ tandard
­configuration.
• OUTPUT - Sets the outputs to either STEREO or MONO mode.
• A/B SELECT - Determines if A/B inputs are selected by the front panel INPUT A/INPUT B switch (FRONT) or the rear panel
remote control input (REMOTE).
• AUTO STANDBY - If enabled (ON) the amplifier will go into standby mode after twenty minutes without an input signal. If in
standby mode and an audio signal is detected, the amplifier will automatically wake and amplify audio within 0.7 seconds. The
OFF position disables this feature.
• PAGE BYPASS MASTER - Sets the paging volume to follow the front panel MASTER LEVEL setting (OFF) or to output maximum
volume (ON). The PAGE INPUT GAIN adjustment is available in either mode. Use this feature if the output volume is too low to
hear a page.
• PAGE MODE - Sets the amplifier to mix paging (MIX) with the selected input source or to duck the input source (DUCK) when
paging is activated.
• PAGE START - Determines if paging is to be activated by a push-to-talk (PTT) stimulus or voice stimulus (VOX).
• AUX OUTPUT (FLAT/EQ) - Determines if the auxiliary output will either have no EQ adjustment (FLAT) or an EQ adjustment
determined by the EQ slide switch position (EQ).
• AUX OUTPUT (FIXED/VARIABLE) - Sets the auxiliary output level to either follow the front panel MASTER LEVEL control
setting (VARIABLE), or to the maximum output level (FIXED).
• AUX INPUT - Enables (ENABLED) or disables (DISABLED) the auxiliary input. If enabled, inserting a cable into the auxiliary
input will mute INPUT A and B.
o AUX OUTPUT - Variable or fixed, unbalanced line-level output signal for use with ZA zone amplifiers or for routing the signal to
­additional audio equipment.
a REMOTE - Input connector for either a Bose® volume control with A/B switch user interface accessory (PC 041967) or a Bose
­volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966).
s OUTPUT 1/OUTPUT 2 TRIM - Allows for up to 40 dB attenuation of the individual loudspeaker outputs relative to the master level.
d OUTPUT - Two inverted 2-pin Euroblock connectors for loudspeaker connections. Outputs are not bridgeable.
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FreeSpace® IZA 2120-HZ
The four-input IZA 2120-HZ mixer-amplifier is optimized for dual-zone high-impedance applications. It
has the ability to independently adjust the EQ, bass/treble level, and volume control (with A/B source
selection via two remote controls) for each zone.
This mixer-amplifier supports loudspeaker EQs for the FreeSpace FS3/HPF, DS 16, DS 40, and the larger
DS 100 and FS3B. Since each output supports an independent EQ, the amplifier has the ability to bi-amp
by driving a DS loudspeaker with EQ on one channel and an FS3B with EQ on the second channel, or any
required combination.
IZA 2120-HZ Front Panel
Figure 4. FreeSpace IZA 2120-HZ amplifier front panel
q
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t
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q POWER Switch - ON/OFF AC power.
w POWER LED - Solid blue LED indicates the unit is ON. Blinking blue LED indicates the unit is in standby
mode.
e INPUT SIGNAL LED - LED is green from –37 dBu to 11 dBu, LED goes red over 11 dBu. MASTER LEVEL
set at 5.
r OUTPUT LIMIT LED - LED is green from –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, LED goes red over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel. For each output, 120 watts is 0 dBFS.
t AUX INPUT - 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo line-level input connector. A cable insertion mutes INPUT A and
INPUT B for priority o
­ verride. Pages can still be made from the PAGE INPUT. The AUX INPUT is
summed to MONO. AUX INPUT does not have any gain ­adjustment, therefore, all gain ­adjustments
must be done from the external source device.
y INPUT A/B Switch - Selects either INPUT A or INPUT B on the rear panel when the rear panel A/B
SELECT DIP switch is set to FRONT.
u TREBLE/BASS Controls - Allows tonal adjustments of both outputs simultaneously. These are 1st order
shelving filters that provide a ±6 dB adjustment at 7 kHz and above (TREBLE) and 100 Hz and below
(BASS). They have a slope of approximately 6 dB/octave.
i MASTER LEVEL Control - Controls the overall system volume for both the loudspeakers and the AUX
OUTPUT when the AUX OUTPUT DIP switch is set to VARIABLE. If the AUX OUTPUT DIP switch is set
to FIXED, the AUX OUTPUT maintains maximum level.
Note: When using a REMOTE volume connection, the front panel MASTER LEVEL control becomes
disabled. See “Remote Control Connections” on page 26 for more details.
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IZA 2120-HZ Rear Panel
Figure 5. FreeSpace IZA 2120-HZ amplifier rear panel
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q INPUT A/B - Balanced and unbalanced line-level input connectors. Each input is summed to mono.
w INPUT GAIN - Allows for 0 dB to –30 dB of adjustment to each INPUT A/B.
e MUTE - Contact closure connection that upon trigger (short) will mute all outputs (including AUX OUTPUT).
r PAGE INPUT - Euroblock mic/line input that supports dynamic microphones with voice activation (VOX) or a trigger contact
closure for use with push-to-talk (PTT) microphones.
t PAGE INPUT GAIN - Allows for 0 dB to +50 dB of gain control of PAGE INPUT signal.
y PAGE INPUT THRESHOLD - Adjusts the level at which the VOX PAGE INPUT signal causes other inputs to be l­owered. A 10 dB
­adjustment range lifts the page trigger level away from the noise floor to prevent false triggers. At minimum setting, a –70 dBu signal
will trigger a VOX page. At maximum setting, a –60 dBu signal will trigger a VOX page. When in PTT page mode this adjustment is not
active.
u EQ - Provides loudspeaker equalization presets: FS3/HPF, DS 16, DS 40, DS 100 and FS3B. The FS3/HPF is the flat setting. Use this
setting for loudspeakers that are not Bose or that do not require EQ. The HPF is set at 55 Hz.
i DIP Switches - A bank of switches to set the amplifier configuration. All switches set to the left position is the s­ tandard
­configuration.
• REMOTE 1 Control – Sets the REMOTE 1 input to control both outputs (or zones) simultaneously (ZONE 1+2), or allows each
REMOTE input to control its own output (ZONE 1). Each remote has independent A/B selection capability. If only one remote is
being used, then this switch must be set to ZONE 1+2.
• A/B SELECT – Determines if A/B inputs are selected by the front panel INPUT A/INPUT B switch (FRONT) or the rear panel
remote control input (REMOTE).
• AUTO STANDBY – If enabled (ON) the amplifier will go into standby mode after twenty minutes without an input signal. If in
standby mode and an audio signal is detected, the amplifier will automatically wake and amplify audio within 0.7 seconds. The
OFF position disables the feature.
• PAGE OUTPUT – Paging can be set to occur in ZONE 1 only or both zones, ZONE 1+2.
• PAGE BYPASS MASTER – Sets the paging volume to follow the front panel MASTER LEVEL setting (OFF) or to output
maximum volume (ON). The PAGE INPUT GAIN adjustment is available in either mode. Use this feature if the output volume is
too low to hear a page.
• PAGE MODE – Sets the amplifier to mix paging (MIX) with the selected input source or to duck the input source (DUCK) when
paging is activated.
• PAGE START – Determines if paging is to be activated by a push-to-talk (PTT) stimulus or voice stimulus (VOX).
• AUX OUTPUT 1 (White) – Determines if auxiliary output 1 will either have no EQ adjustment (FLAT) or an EQ adjustment
­determined by the EQ 1 slide switch position (EQ).
• AUX OUTPUT 2 (Red) – Determines if auxiliary output 2 will either have no EQ adjustment (FLAT) or an EQ adjustment
­determined by the EQ 2 slide switch position (EQ).
• AUX OUTPUT – Sets the auxiliary output level to either follow the front panel MASTER LEVEL control setting (VARIABLE), or to
the maximum output level (FIXED).
• AUX INPUT (ZONE 1+2 / ZONE 1) – The auxiliary input source can either be output into zone one only or both zones.
• AUX INPUT (ENABLED / DISABLED) – Enables (ENABLED) or disables (DISABLED) the auxiliary input. If enabled, inserting a
cable into the auxiliary input will mute INPUT A and B.
o AUX OUTPUT - Variable or fixed, unbalanced line-level output signal for use with ZA zone amplifiers or for routing the signal to
­additional audio equipment.
a 70V/100V - Changes the outputs from 70V to 100V.
s REMOTE - Input connector for either a Bose® volume control with A/B switch user interface accessory (PC 041967) or a Bose
­volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966).
d OUTPUT 1/OUTPUT 2 TRIM - Allows for up to 40 dB attenuation of the individual loudspeaker outputs relative to the master level.
f OUTPUT - Two inverted 2-pin Euroblock connectors for loudspeaker connections. Outputs are not bridgeable.
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ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Front Panel
Figure 6. FreeSpace ZA 2120-LZA/HZA amplifier front panel
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q POWER Switch - ON/OFF AC power.
w POWER LED - Solid blue LED indicates the unit is ON. Blinking blue LED indicates the unit is in standby
mode.
e INPUT SIGNAL LED - LED is green from –37 dBu to 11 dBu, LED goes red over 11 dBu.
r OUTPUT LIMIT LED - LED is green from –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, approximately 80 W per channel. For
each output, 120 watts is 0 dBFS.
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ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Rear Panel
Figure 7. FreeSpace ZA 2120-HZA amplifier rear panel
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Figure 8. FreeSpace ZA 2120-LZA amplifier rear panel
qw e
r
t
q AmpLink - INPUT RJ-45 connector that receives up to the first 8 digital audio channels from a Bose® AmpLink
product. The amp also supports a THRU path for daisy-chaining those 8 digital audio channels to other Bose
AmpLink products at a maximum distance of 10 m between products.
CAUTION: Shielded EIA/TIA 568B straight CAT 5 cable, or equivalent, is required for proper AmpLink
operation. Unshielded cable is not supported and may cause AmpLink audio to operate improperly. Do NOT
connect either RJ-45 port to an Ethernet-based network.
w AmpLink ERR LED - Solid yellow indicates muted audio from the mute connector. Blinking yellow indicates an error,
which will also mute the audio.
e AmpLink LNK LED - Solid green indicates normal operation.
r INPUT SELECT - Switch selects if analog or AmpLink audio inputs are used. The default state is analog. Only switch
settings when the amplifier is powered off.
t ANALOG INPUT - balanced and unbalanced line-level input connectors.
y AUTO STANDBY - If enabled (ON), the amplifier will go into standby mode after twenty minutes without an input
signal. If in standby mode and an audio signal is detected, the amplifier will automatically wake and amplify audio
within 0.7 seconds. The OFF position disables the feature.
u INPUT - The input can be set to either DUAL mono inputs or SUMMED to one mono input.
i OUTPUT - The output can be set to STEREO or MONO.
o REMOTE 1 Control - Sets the REMOTE 1 input to control both outputs (or zones) simultaneously (ZONE 1+2), or
allows each REMOTE input to control its own output (ZONE 1). If only one remote is being used, then this switch
must be set to ZONE 1+2.
a 70V/100V - Sets the outputs 70V or 100V.
s CONTROLCENTER - RJ-45 input connector for the CC-1 ControlCenter zone controller, or the CV41 if connecting to
two non-ganged CC-1s to the ZA 2120-HZA. If the two CC-1s are ganged together, then the CV41 is not needed.
CAUTION: Do NOT connect this RJ-45 port to an Ethernet-based network.
d MUTE - Contact closure connection that upon trigger (short) will mute all outputs.
f OUTPUT TRIM - Allows for up to 40 dB attenuation of each loudspeaker output.
g OUTPUT - Two inverted 2-pin Euroblock connectors for loudspeaker connections. Outputs are not bridgeable.
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Importance of Proper Ventilation
For placement of the amplifier, keep the following in mind:
• Make sure that air can circulate freely from left to right for adequate ventilation. There are vents on the
sides.
• The temperature of the rack should be controlled to ensure that amplifiers are not exposed to ambient
temperatures exceeding 40° C (104° F).
• Do not cover or block amplifier vents.
• Do not place the amplifier in an enclosed space, such as a cabinet.
• Make sure the chassis is protected from heat and kept away from direct heat sources, such as heating
vents and radiators.
CAUTION: Do not allow the chassis to exceed the maximum operating temperature of 40°C
(104°F). Be aware of ­conditions in an enclosed rack that may increase the temperature above
room-ambient conditions. If the amplifier ­becomes too hot, it will go into a thermal protection
mode and mute all outputs.
Rack Mounting
FreeSpace® amplifiers are designed to fit standard 19-inch (48 cm) rack equipment, occupying 1 rackunit (RU) in height, requiring a mounting depth of 12.2 inches (30.9 cm) from the front rack rail. Use four
fasteners with washers (not supplied) to mount the amplifier front panel rack ears to the equipment rack
rails.
CAUTION: Only use the mounting hardware recommended by the rack manufacturer.
Removing Rack-Mount Ears
Rack-mount ears can be removed by removing the three screws from each rack-mount ear.
Figure 9. Removing the rack-mount ears
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Placing on a Flat Surface
The amplifier can be placed on a flat, stable surface like a table, counter, or shelf. The rack-mount ears can
be removed and plastic feet (included with the amplifier) can be installed to protect the surface area and
prevent the chassis from sliding.
Note: When installing the amplifier in an office, conference room, or classroom, carefully place it in a way
that minimizes the audible affects of the internal cooling fan of the amplifier. It is recommended to place
the amplifier below ear level, in a corner, with the fan inlet (left side) pointing away from the seating area.
Installing the Feet on the Amplifier
The included feet are comprised of two parts: a foot and a pin.
1. Place the amplifier upside-down on a flat, level surface on a protective covering to avoid scratching the
top of the chassis.
2. Insert the four feet into the four holes on the bottom of the chassis.
3. Insert a pin into the hole on the foot.
4. Press down on the pin until the foot locks into place. Repeat for all four feet.
Figure 10. Installing the feet into the bottom of the amplifier
Stacking Units
One amplifier can be stacked on top of another when there is limited space available on a table, counter,
or shelf.
Figure 11. Stacking two FreeSpace amplifiers
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Remote Volume Control
Connecting an Amplifier to a ControlSpace® Engineered Sound Processor
The balanced inputs of the IZA 2120-LZ/HZ and ZA 2120-LZA/HZA can be used to easily connect to the balanced outputs of a
ControlSpace engineered sound processor.
Figure 12. Connecting a FreeSpace amplifier to a ControlSpace ESP
MONO Input
ControlSpace ESP
Processor
STEREO/Dual MONO Input
Amplifier Balanced
Input
ControlSpace ESP
Processor
Amplifier Balanced
Input
Page Input Connections
The PAGE INPUT is a mic/line input with a trigger contact closure. This input signal is routed to all outputs (including AUX OUT)
when the trigger is detected. This is designed for push-to-talk paging microphones and telephone paging systems. In VOX mode a
dynamic microphone is also supported. See the diagram below for input wiring configurations. Use the included 4-pin Euroblock.
Figure 13. Page Input wiring connections
RCA
XLR
Phone Plug (balanced)
Phone Plug (unbalanced)
Normally Open Switch (latching)
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Remote Control Connections
Figure 14. Volume controllers for use with FreeSpace® amplifiers
Bose® Volume Control with A/B Select
User Interface is for use in Stereo Select
Mode or Dual Mono Select Mode when
an output provides audio from more than
one input source.
Bose® Volume Control User Interface
is for use when only volume control is
required.
Remote volume and source selection control
The amplifier is designed to work with the Bose® volume control A/B switch user interface accessory
(PC 041967), or the volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). The REMOTE connector on the
rear panel of the amplifier is labeled to match the connector on the user interface. Use the included 4-pin
Euroblock. See the appropriate Bose volume control user interface install guide for more details.
Bose
volume
control
with
A/B
switch
1
PWR
2
VOL
3
COM
4
A/B
Bose
1
volume
control 2
PWR
VOL
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
REMOTE 2
REMOTE 1
IZA 2120-HZ remote configuration examples
Configuration example #1:
REMOTE 1 can be a Bose volume control with A/B switch user interface accessory (PC 041967). REMOTE 1
will control the level and source selection of both outputs simultaneously. This configuration requires
setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL DIP switch to ZONE 1+2 and the A/B SELECT DIP switch to REMOTE.
If only one remote is being used, this switch must be set to ZONE 1_2. If this switch is set to ZONE 1, the
REMOTE input will not operate, and front panel controls will be active.
Bose
volume
control
with
A/B
switch
DIP switch settings
1
PWR
2
VOL
3
COM
4
A/B
IZA 2120-HZ
REMOTE 1
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Configuration example #2:
REMOTE 1 and REMOTE 2 can be a Bose volume control with A/B switch user interface (PC 041967)
accessory. REMOTE 1 will control the level and source selection of output one and REMOTE 2 will control
the level and source selection of output two. This configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL
DIP switch to ZONE 1 and the A/B SELECT DIP switch to REMOTE.
Bose
volume
control
with
A/B
switch
1
PWR
2
VOL
3
COM
4
A/B
Bose
volume
control
with
A/B
switch
1
PWR
2
VOL
3
COM
4
A/B
IZA 2120-HZ
IZA 2120-HZ
REMOTE 1
DIP switch settings
REMOTE 2
Configuration example #3
REMOTE 1 can be a Bose volume control with A/B switch user interface accessory (PC 041967) and
REMOTE 2 can be a volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). In this configuration, REMOTE 1
controls the level of ­output one and the source selection for both outputs. REMOTE 2 controls the level
for output two. The A/B pin from REMOTE 1 needs to be jumpered with wire to the A/B pin on REMOTE 2.
This configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 ­CONTROL DIP switch to ZONE 1 and the A/B SELECT
DIP switch to REMOTE. If the A/B jumper wire is not connected, output two will default to amplifying
input B constantly. If output two is to amplify input A constantly, the A/B pin of REMOTE 2 needs to be
jumpered to the COM pin. This configuration also works with the remote types reversed with a volume
control user i­nterface accessory (PC 041966) on REMOTE 1 and a volume control with A/B switch user
interface accessory (PC 041967) ­on REMOTE 2.
Bose volume
control with
A/B switch
DIP switch settings
1
PWR
2
VOL
3
COM
4
A/B
IZA 2120-HZ
Bose volume
control
REMOTE 1
1
PWR
2
VOL
Jumper
wire
REMOTE 2
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Configuration example #4:
REMOTE 1 and REMOTE 2 can be a volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). In this
configuration, REMOTE 1 controls the level of output one and REMOTE 2 controls the level for output
two. A/B source selection for both outputs is simultaneously controlled by the front panel switch. This
configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL DIP switch to ZONE 1 and the A/B SELECT DIP
switch to FRONT.
Bose
1
volume
control 2
Bose
1
volume
control 2
PWR
VOL
PWR
VOL
IZA 2120-HZ
IZA 2120-HZ
REMOTE 1
REMOTE 2
DIP switch settings
Configuration example #5:
REMOTE 1 can be a volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). In this configuration, REMOTE 1
controls the level of both outputs simultaneously. A/B source selection for both outputs is simultaneously
controlled by the front panel switch. This configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL DIP
switch to ZONE 1+2 and the A/B SELECT DIP switch to FRONT.
Bose
1
volume
control 2
DIP switch settings
PWR
VOL
IZA 2120-HZ
REMOTE 1
Remote Connections to Zone Amplifiers
Remote volume control
The zone amplifiers are designed to work with the Bose® volume control user interface accessory
(PC 041966). The REMOTE connector on the rear panel of the amplifier is labeled to match the connector
on the user interface. Use the included 2-pin Euroblock. See the Bose volume control user interface
accessory install guide for more details.
Bose
volume
control
1
PWR
2
VOL
ZA 2120-LZ/HZ
REMOTE 1
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ZA 2120-HZ remote configuration examples
Configuration example #1:
REMOTE 1 can be a Bose® volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). REMOTE 1 will control the
level of both outputs simultaneously. This configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL switch
to ZONE 1+2. If only one remote is being used, this switch must be set to ZONE 1+2. If this switch is set to
ZONE 1, the REMOTE will not operate.
Bose
volume
control
Switch setting
1
PWR
2
VOL
REMOTE 1
CONTROL
ZA 2120-HZ
ZONE 1
ZONE 1+2
REMOTE 1
Configuration example #2:
REMOTE 1 and REMOTE 2 can be a volume control user interface accessory (PC 041966). In this
configuration, REMOTE 1 controls the level of output one and REMOTE 2 controls the level for output two.
This configuration requires setting the REMOTE 1 CONTROL switch to ZONE 1.
Bose
1
volume
control 2
Bose
1
volume
control 2
PWR
VOL
ZA 2120-HZ
REMOTE 1
Switch setting
PWR
REMOTE 1
CONTROL
VOL
ZA 2120-HZ
ZONE 1
REMOTE 2
ZONE 1+2
Remote input functionality
The amplifier also can be controlled with a linear taper 10k ohm potentiometer (fully CCW = 0 ohm,
fully CW = 10k ohm) and SPDT switch. When the SW1 switch is set to short the A/B pin to the COM pin,
the amplifier switches to input A. When the SW1 switch is set to make the A/B pin open, the amplifier
switches to input B.
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Connecting a ControlCenter Zone Controller
Figure 15. ControlCenter CC-1 and CC-2 Zone Controllers
Bose® ControlCenter CC-1 Zone Controller
provides volume control only.
A
B
Bose® ControlCenter CC-2 Zone Controller
provides volume control and A/B source
selection.
Connecting the CC-1 to a FreeSpace® Amplifier
One CC-1
Connect one CC-1 zone controller to FreeSpace® amplifier models IZA 2120-LZ/HZ or ZA 2120-LZ/HZ.
DIP switch settings are the same when connecting to the ZA 2120-LZA/HZA.
Either
RJ-45
Either RJ-45
on CC-1
On CC-1
Either RJ-45
on CC-1
FreeSpace
FreeSpace
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
FreeSpace
FreeSpace
ZA
ZA2120-LZ/HZ
2120-LZ/HZ
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CC-1 Zone Controller #1
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Two CC-1s
Connect two ganged CC-1 zone controllers to FreeSpace® amplifier models IZA 2120-HZ or ZA 2120-HZ.
DIP switch settings are the same when connecting to the ZA 2120-HZA.
FreeSpace
IZA 2120-HZ
RJ-45 (Main)
on CC-1 #1
Wiring with
Optional CAT 5
Daisy-Chain
RJ
RJ-45 (Chain)
on CC-1 #2
Wiring if Using
Two Home Runs
to IZA 2120-HZ
ON
VOL
#2
VOL #2
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PWR #2
CC-1 Zone Controller #1
ON
FreeSpace
ZA 2120-HZ
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CC-1 Zone Controller #2
RJ-45 (Main)
on CC-1 #1
Wiring with
Optional CAT 5
Daisy-Chain
Wiring if Using
Two Home Runs
to ZA 2120-HZ
RJ-45 (Chain)
on CC-1 #2
VOL #2
PWR #2
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Connecting the CC-2 to a FreeSpace® Amplifier
One CC-2
Connect one CC-2 zone controller to FreeSpace® amplifier models IZA 2120-LZ/HZ.
FreeSpace
IZA 190-HZ, IZA 250-LZ,
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
Either RJ-45
on CC-2
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CC-2 Zone Controller
Two CC-2s
Connect two ganged CC-2 zone controllers to FreeSpace® amplifier model IZA 2120-HZ.
FreeSpace
IZA 2120-HZ
RJ-45 (Main)
on CC-2 #1
Wiring with
Optional CAT 5
Daisy-Chain
RJ-45 (Chain)
on CC-2 #2
Wiring if Using
Two Home Runs
to IZA 2120-HZ
A/B #2
VOL #2
PWR #2
ON
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ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CC-2 Zone Controller #1
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Mute with standard contact closure
The amplifier is designed to mute all outputs (including AUX OUT) when the MUTE contacts are shorted
together. Use the included 2-pin Euroblock.
Figure 16. Amplifier mute contact closure
MUTE
Loudspeaker Usage
This table shows the maximum quantity of loudspeakers supported by each IZA 2120-HZ or ZA 2120-HZA
amplifier output for each loudspeaker tap setting. The data is based on the maximum output of 120 watts
per each amplifier output. Do not exceed 120 W per output.
High-impedance loudspeakers per amplifier output
Max. Qty. of Loudspeakers Per Output / Tap Setting
FreeSpace DS 16
120 / 1W
60 / 2W
30 / 4W
15 / 8W
7 / 16W
FreeSpace DS 40
48 / 2.5W
24 / 5W
12 / 10W
6 / 20W
3 / 40W
FreeSpace DS 100
9 / 12.5W
4 / 25W
2 / 50W
1 / 100W
FreeSpace 3 System
4 / 25W
2 / 50W
1 / 100W
0 / 200W
FreeSpace 3 Acoustimass Module I or II
4 / 25W
2 / 50W
1 / 100W
0 / 200W
FreeSpace 360P II
12 / 10W
6 / 20W
3 / 40W
1 / 80W
with RMUXF40 Transformer
48 / 2.5W
24 / 5W
12 / 10W
6 / 20W
with RMUXF100 Transformer
9 / 12.5W
4 / 25W
2 / 50W
1 / 100W
RoomMatch Utility RMU105:
3 / 40W
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Expanding an IZA System with a ZA Amplifier
Expansion Overview
The FreeSpace® zone amplifier makes system expansion easy. When a system design requires more
loudspeakers than the FreeSpace IZA 2120-LZ/HZ integrated zone amplifier can support, a FreeSpace
zone amplifier can be connected to provide additional power or zones.
When connected together, the IZA 2120-LZ/HZ and any zone amplifier (ZA 2120-LZA/HZA, ZA 250-LZ,
ZA 190-HZ) can operate together as one system, sharing the same music and paging sources. The IZA
2120-LZ/HZ amplifier operates as the master of the zone amplifier, determining which audio sources will
be heard. The overall MASTER LEVEL volume can be controlled by the integrated zone amplifier in one
larger zone, or volume control can be distributed in multi-zone installations.
Connecting an IZA 2120-LZ/HZ Amplifier to a ZA 2120-LZA/HZA Amplifier
Using the included RCA cable, connect the AUX OUT of the IZA 2120-LZ/HZ amplifier to the unbalanced
INPUT of any zone amplifier.
Figure 17. Connecting an IZA 2120-LZ/HZ to a ZA 2120-LZA/HZA
FIXED
VARIABLE
AUX OUTPUT
Note: It is recommended that when amplifiers are connected together, that both amplifier AC power cords
are plugged into the same AC outlet to reduce potential noise issues.
Line Input Connections
When using a front-end signal processor, or connecting multiple zone amplifiers to an integrated zone
amplifier, the included RCA cable may need to be modified. The wiring diagram for the zone amplifier
line-level input RCA connectors is provided below.
Figure 18. Zone amplifier line-level input RCA connectors
Sleeve
Tip
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Connecting an IZA 2120-LZ/HZ Amplifier to Multiple Zone Amplifiers
The auxiliary output of the IZA 2120-LZ/HZ can be connected in a star configuration to four zone
amplifiers without experiencing signal loss.
Figure 19. Connecting four zone amplifiers using T/S RCA connectors
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
AUX OUT
ZA 2120-LZA/HZA
balanced input
Zone
amplifier 1
Zone
amplifier 2
Zone
amplifier 3
Zone
amplifier 4
Figure 20. Connecting four zone amplifiers using RCA male stackable connector cables
IZA 2120-LZ/HZ
AUX OUT
ZA 2120-LZA/HZA
balanced input
Zone
amplifier 1
Zone
amplifier 2
Zone
amplifier 3
Zone
amplifier 4
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AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation Information
Amplifier rated channel power is 120 W.
IZA 2120-LZ AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation
Test Signal & Power Level
Load Configuration
(Both IZA channels
driven)
Total Audio
Output, W
120 VAC 60 Hz
Line Current, A
230 VAC 50 Hz
Line Current, A
0
0.15
8Ω/Ch
15
4Ω/Ch
Watts
BTU/hr
kCal/hr
0.12
27
92
23
0.30
0.18
26
90
23
30
0.51
0.30
39
133
34
8Ω/Ch
40
0.63
0.33
36
122
31
4Ω/Ch
80
1.15
0.58
58
198
50
Power On, Idling
1/8th Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
1/3rd Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
Thermal Dissipation, Max
IZA 2120-HZ AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation
Test Signal & Power Level
Load Configuration
(Both IZA channels
driven)
Total Audio
Output, W
120 VAC 60 Hz
Line Current, A
230 VAC 50 Hz
Line Current, A
0
0.19
70V/Ch
30
100V/Ch
Watts
BTU/hr
kCal/hr
0.13
31
104
26
0.56
0.30
39
133
34
30
0.60
0.31
42
143
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70V/Ch
80
1.18
0.57
62
210
53
100V/Ch
80
1.15
0.58
58
198
50
Power On, Idling
1/8th Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
1/3rd Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
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Amplifier rated channel power is 120 W.
ZA 2120-LZA, AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation
Test Signal & Power Level
Load Configuration
(Both IZA channels
driven)
Total Audio
Output, W
120 VAC 60 Hz
Line Current, A
230 VAC 50 Hz
Line Current, A
0
0.15
8Ω/Ch
15
4Ω/Ch
Watts
BTU/hr
kCal/hr
0.11
25
86
22
0.33
0.19
29
98
25
30
0.52
0.28
34
117
30
8Ω/Ch
40
0.57
0.31
31
107
27
4Ω/Ch
80
1.00
0.56
49
167
42
Power On, Idling
1/8th Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
1/3rd Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
Thermal Dissipation, Max
ZA 2120-HZA AC Current Draw and Thermal Dissipation
Test Signal & Power Level
Load Configuration
(Both IZA channels
driven)
Total Audio
Output, W
120 VAC 60 Hz
Line Current, A
230 VAC 50 Hz
Line Current, A
0
0.20
70V/Ch
30
100V/Ch
Watts
BTU/hr
kCal/hr
0.14
32
110
28
0.50
0.30
37
125
32
30
0.60
0.30
41
141
36
70V/Ch
80
1.10
0.60
58
198
50
100V/Ch
80
1.10
0.60
58
198
50
Power On, Idling
1/8th Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
1/3rd Rated Power
IEC268 Bandlimited Pink Noise
6 dB Crest Factor
DS 16 EQ Enabled
Thermal Dissipation, Max
Additional Information
Refer to the owner’s guide (online at pro.Bose.com) for more information about your product (including
accessories and replacement parts). To request a printed copy, use the phone numbers provided.
Limited Warranty
Your product is covered by a limited warranty. Visit pro.Bose.com for warranty details.
The warranty information provided with this product does not apply in Australia and New Zealand. See
our website at www.bose.com/au/warranty or www.bose.com/nz/warranty for details of the Australian
and New Zealand warranty.
Date of Manufacture
The eighth digit in the serial number indicates the year of manufacture; “6” is 2006 or 2016.
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IZA 2120-LZ Specifications
Power Rating
Amplifier Power
2 x 120 W @ 4 Ώ, 2 x 60 W @ 8 Ώ
Audio Performance
Frequency Response
20 Hz – 20 kHz (+0/–3 dB, @ 1 W reference 1 kHz)
THD+N
≤ 0.5 % (at rated power)
Channel Separation (Crosstalk)
≤ –58 dBu (below rated power, 1 kHz)
Dynamic Range
88 dB
Integrated DSP
A/D and D/A Converters
24-bit / 48 kHz
Processing Functions
Loudspeaker EQ, Bose® Opti-voice® paging, Dynamic equalization
Loudspeaker Presets
Flat, FreeSpace® DS 16, DS 40, DS 100, and RoomMatch® Utility RMU105
Audio Latency
10.4 ms (any input to speaker output or aux output)
Audio Inputs
Line Inputs
Page Input
Input Channels
2 unbalanced, 2 balanced
1 balanced mic/line
Auxiliary Input
Connectors
Stereo RCA. 5-pin Euroblock
4-pin Euroblock
1/8" (3.5 mm) TRS
Input Range
–8 dBu to 22 dBu
–58 dBu to 12 dBu
–60dBu to –1 dBu
Adjustment Range
0 dB to –30 dB
0 dB to +50 dB
Fixed
Input Impedance
20 kΏ
2 kΏ
20 kΏ
Maximum Input Level
22 dBu
12 dBu
–1 dBu
Sensitivity
–8 dBu
N/A
–3 dBu
Nominal Input Level
4 dBu
–38 dBu
–8 dBu
Amplifier Outputs
Auxiliary Output
Outputs
2
1 unbalanced
Connectors, Output
2-pin inverted Euroblock
Stereo RCA
Output Impedance
4Ώ
150 Ώ
Nominal Output Level
2 x 120 W @ 4 Ώ, 2 x 60 W @ 8 Ώ
2 dBu
Audio Outputs
Indicators and Controls
Power LED
Solid blue indicates power is on, blinking blue indicates standby mode
Input Signal Clip LED
Green indicates input signal is within –37 dBu to 11 dBu, red indicates signal is over 11 dBu, master level set
at 5
Output Signal Clip LED
Green indicates input signal is within –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS red indicates signal is over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel, for each output 120 watts is 0 dBFS
Controls, Front Panel
Power On/Off, Input Select (A/B), Treble/Bass Tone Controls, Master Level
Controls, Rear Panel
Amplifier Mode DIP switches, Loudspeaker EQ preset selector, Input Gain (A/B/Page), Output trims,
Remote
Electrical
Mains Voltage
100 VAC - 240 VAC (±10%, 50/60 Hz)
AC Power Consumption
10.6 W (Standby), 300 W (Max)
Mains Connector
Standard IEC (C14)
Maximum Inrush Current
12.6 Amps (230 VAC / 50 Hz), 6.6 Amps (120 VAC / 60 Hz)
Overload Protection
High temperature, output short, excessively low or high AC line voltage
Physical
Dimensions
1.7" H x 19.0" W x 12.8" D (44 mm x 483 mm x 324 mm)
Shipping Weight
12.0 lb (5.4 kg)
Net Weight
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
Cooling System
Single fan creates continuous left-to-right air flow
General
Inputs (Control)
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Remote input for CC-1 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control user interface (PC041966);
Remote input for CC-2 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control with A/B Select user interface
(PC041967); Mute input control via a normally open contact closure
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IZA 2120-HZ Specifications
Power Rating
Amplifier Power
2 x 120 W @ 70/100 V
Audio Performance
Frequency Response
55 Hz – 20 kHz (+0/–3 dB, @ 1 W reference 1 kHz)
THD+N
≤ 0.3 % (at rated power)
Channel Separation (Crosstalk)
≤ –58 dBu (below rated power, 1 kHz)
Dynamic Range
88 dB
Integrated DSP
A/D and D/A Converters
24-bit / 48 kHz
Processing Functions
Loudspeaker EQ, Bose® Opti-voice® paging, Dynamic equalization
Loudspeaker Presets
FreeSpace® FS3/HPF, DS 16, DS 40, DS 100, and FS3B
Audio Latency
10.4 ms (any input to speaker output or aux output)
Audio Inputs
Line Inputs
Page Input
Auxiliary Input
Input Channels
2 unbalanced, 2 balanced
1 balanced mic/line
1 unbalanced line
Connectors
Stereo RCA, 5-pin Euroblock
4-pin Euroblock
1/8" (3.5mm) TRS
Input Range
–8 dBu to 22 dBu
–58 dBu to 12 dBu
–60 dBu to –1 dBu
Adjustment Range
0 dB to –30 dB
0 dB to +50 dB
Fixed
Input Impedance
20 kΩ
2 kΩ
20 kΩ
Maximum Input Level
22 dBu
12 dBu
–1 dBu
Sensitivity
–8 dBu
N/A
–3 dBu
Nominal Input Level
4 dBu
–38 dBu
–8 dBu
Amplifier Outputs
Auxiliary Output
Outputs
2
1 unbalanced
Connectors
2-pin inverted Euroblock
Stereo RCA
Output Impedance
N/A
400 Ω
Nominal Output Level
2 x 120 W @ 70/100 V
2 dBu
Audio Outputs
Indicators and Controls
Power LED
Solid blue indicates power is on, blinking blue indicates standby mode
Input Signal Clip LED
Green indicates input signal is within –37 dBu to 11 dBu, red indicates signal is over 11 dBu, master level set
to 5
Output Signal Clip LED
Green indicates output signal is within –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, red indicates signal is over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel, for each output 120 watts is 0 dBFS
Controls, Front Panel
Power On/Off, Input Select (A/B), Treble/Bass Tone Controls (x2), Master Level
Controls, Rear Panel
Amplifier Mode DIP switches, Loudspeaker EQ preset selector, Input Gain (A/B/Page), Output trims,
Remote (x2)
Electrical
Mains Voltage
100 VAC - 240 VAC (±10%, 50/60 Hz)
AC Power Consumption
13.8 W (Standby), 300 W (Max)
Mains Connector
Standard IEC (C14)
Maximum Inrush Current
12.6 Amps (230 VAC / 50 Hz), 6.6 Amps (120 VAC / 60 Hz)
Overload Protection
High temperature, output short, excessively low or high AC line voltage
Physical
Dimensions
1.7" H x 19.0" W x 12.8" D (44 mm x 483 mm x 324 mm)
Shipping Weight
12.0 lb (5.4 kg)
Net Weight
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
Cooling System
Single fan creates continuous left-to-right air flow
General
Inputs (Control)
Remote input for CC-1 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control user interface (PC041966);
Remote input for CC-2 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control with A/B Select user interface
(PC041967); Mute input control via a normally open contact closure
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ZA 2120-LZA Specifications
Power Rating
Amplifier Power
2 x 120 W @ 4 Ώ, 2 x 60 W @ 8 Ώ
Audio Performance
Frequency Response
20 Hz – 20 kHz (+0/–3 dB, @ 1 W reference 1 kHz)
THD+N
≤ 0.5 % (at rated power)
Channel Separation (Crosstalk)
≤ –58 dBu (below rated power, 1 kHz)
Dynamic Range
88 dB
Audio Inputs
Analog
AmpLink
Input Channels
1 unbalanced, 1 balanced
8 digital
Connectors
Stereo RCA, 5-pin Euroblock
RJ-45 (Input)
Input Range
–8 dBu to 22 dBu
Input Impedance
20 kΏ
Maximum Input Level
22 dBu
Nominal Input Level
4 dBu
Audio Latency
1 ms (analog input to loudspeaker output)
1.5 ms (AmpLink input to loudspeaker output)
Audio Outputs
Analog
AmpLink
Outputs
2
8 digital
Connectors
2-pin inverted Euroblock
RJ-45 (Thru)
Nominal Output Level
2 x 120 W @ 4 Ώ, 2 x 60 W @ 8 Ώ
Indicators and Controls
Power LED
Solid blue indicates power is on, blinking blue indicates standby mode.
Input Signal Clip LED
Green indicates input signal is within –37 dBu to 11 dBu, red indicates signal is over 11 dBu.
Output Signal Clip LED
Green indicates output signal is within –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, red indicates signal is over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel, for each output 120 watts is 0 dBFS.
AmpLink ERR LED
Solid yellow indicates muted audio from the mute connector. Blinking yellow indicates an error, which will
also mute the audio.
AmpLink LNK LED
Solid green indicates normal operation.
Controls, Front Panel
Power On/Off
Controls, Rear Panel
Auto Standby: On/Off switch, Output: Stereo/Mono switch, Mute, Output trims, Remote RJ-45
Electrical
Mains Voltage
100 VAC – 240 VAC (±10 %, 50/60 Hz)
AC Power Consumption
10.6 W (Standby), 300 W (Max)
Mains Connector
Standard IEC (C14)
Maximum Inrush Current
12.6 Amps (230 VAC / 50 Hz), 7.8 Amps (120 VAC / 60 Hz)
Overload Protection
High temperature, output short, excessively low or high AC line voltage
Physical
Dimensions
1.7" H x 19.0" W x 12.8" D (44 mm x 483 mm x 324 mm)
Shipping Weight
11.5 lb (5.2 kg)
Net Weight
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
Cooling System
Single fan creates continuous left-to-right air flow
General
Inputs (Control)
40 - Installation Guide
1 RJ-45 remote input for CC-1 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control user interface
(PC041966). Mute input control via a normally open contact closure.
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ZA 2120-HZA Specifications
Power Rating
Amplifier Power
2 x 120 W @ 70/100 V
Audio Performance
Frequency Response
55 Hz – 20 kHz (+0/–3 dB, @ 1 W reference 1 kHz)
THD+N
≤ 0.3 % (at rated power)
Channel Separation (Crosstalk)
≤ –58 dBu (below rated power, 1 kHz)
Dynamic Range
88 dB
Audio Inputs
Analog
AmpLink
Input Channels
1 unbalanced, 1 balanced
8 digital
Connectors
Stereo RCA, 5-pin Euroblock
RJ-45 (Input)
Input Range
–8 dBu to 22 dBu
Input Impedance
20 kΏ
Maximum Input Level
22 dBu
Nominal Input Level
4 dBu
Audio Latency
1 ms (analog input to loudspeaker output)
1.5 ms (AmpLink input to loudspeaker output)
Audio Outputs
Analog
AmpLink
Outputs
2
8 digital
Connectors
2-pin inverted Euroblock
RJ-45 (Thru)
Nominal Output Level
2 x 120 W @ 4 Ώ, 2 x 60 W @ 8 Ώ
Indicators and Controls
Power LED
Solid blue indicates power is on, blinking blue indicates standby mode.
Input Signal Clip LED
Green indicates input signal is within –37 dBu to 11 dBu, red indicates signal is over 11 dBu.
Output Signal Clip LED
Green indicates output signal is within –46 dBFS to –2 dBFS, red indicates signal is over –2 dBFS,
approximately 80 W/channel, for each output 120 watts is 0 dBFS.
AmpLink ERR LED
Solid yellow indicates muted audio from the mute connector. Blinking yellow indicates an error, which will
also mute the audio.
AmpLink LNK LED
Solid green indicates normal operation.
Controls, Front Panel
Power On/Off
Controls, Rear Panel
Auto Standby: On/Off switch, Output: Stereo/Mono switch, Mute, Output trims, Remote RJ-45
Electrical
Mains Voltage
100 VAC – 240 VAC (±10 %, 50/60 Hz)
AC Power Consumption
13.0 W (Standby), 300 W (Max)
Mains Connector
Standard IEC (C14)
Maximum Inrush Current
12.6 Amps (230 VAC / 50 Hz), 7.8 Amps (120 VAC / 60 Hz)
Overload Protection
High temperature, output short, excessively low or high AC line voltage
Physical
Dimensions
1.7" H x 19.0" W x 12.8" D (44 mm x 483 mm x 324 mm)
Shipping Weight
11.7 lb (5.3 kg)
Net Weight
9.5 lb (4.3 kg)
Cooling System
Single fan creates continuous left-to-right air flow
General
Inputs (Control)
1 RJ-45 remote input for CC-1 ControlCenter zone controllers or Volume Control user interface
(PC041966). Mute input control via a normally open contact closure.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
What to do
• No power
• Turn on power. Blue LED on front-panel will be visible when power is on.
• Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
• Try a different AC outlet that is working with another piece of equipment.
• Power is on, but no
sound
• Make sure the input source is turned on.
• Verify that there is an input signal from the source.
• Check the cable connections from the source to the amplifier.
• Ensure the desired source (A/B) is selected on the front panel.
• If a user interface is connected to the REMOTE connector on the rear panel, make sure the desired
source (A/B) is selected on user interface (user interface overrides the front-panel source select).
• Make sure the MASTER LEVEL control is turned up.
• If a user interface is connected to the REMOTE connector on the rear panel, make sure the volume
control on the user interface is turned up (user interface overrides the front-panel MASTER LEVEL
control).
• Make sure a 1/8” (3.5 mm) TRS input cable is not connected to the AUX INPUT.
• The AUX INPUT has a mechanical override feature so if an input cable is connected to it the
selected Input A/B source will be automatically overridden - even if the AUX INPUT audio source is
not playing or c
­ onnected.
• If a contact closure is connected to the MUTE connector on the rear panel, check the switch to
ensure the mute function has not been triggered.
• If a source is connected to the PAGE INPUT connector on the rear panel, make sure it has not been
triggered.
• Make sure loudspeakers are connected properly.
• Make sure that loudspeaker taps are set correctly. See “Loudspeaker Usage” on page 33.
• Check that the amplifier has adequate ventilation. Improper ventilation could cause the amplifier to
go into protection mode and no audio will be heard.
• Ensure that the output wiring is correct. A short circuit will cause the amplifier to go into
protection mode and no audio will be heard.
• Power is on, but sound
is low
• Verify that the audio input source output is turned up to a nominal level.
• Check the cable connections from the source to the amplifier.
• Increase input level of source with GAIN controls on amplifier. Turn GAIN knob clockwise until you
start ­seeing a red INPUT SIGNAL CLIP LED on front-panel. Then turn GAIN counter-clockwise until
the LED turns green.
• Make sure OUTPUT TRIM controls on amplifier are not turned down too low.
• If a user interface is connected to the REMOTE connector on the rear panel, make sure the volume
control on the user interface is turned up (user interface overrides the front-panel MASTER LEVEL
control).
• Make sure that loudspeaker taps are set correctly. See “Loudspeaker Usage” on page 33.
• Sound is distorted
• Verify that the INPUT SIGNAL CLIP LED on the front-panel is not red. If it is red, reduce the source
output level or reduce the input gain.
• If the input source signal is clean, verify that the loudspeakers are not overdriven or damaged.
Check the loudspeaker tap setting.
• Unnatural sound
• Verify that the proper EQ preset is selected for the loudspeakers being used. With the IZA 2120HZ, use the HPF setting for loudspeakers other than FreeSpace® loudspeakers and those that have
their own EQ settings.
• Check the TREBLE and BASS controls on the front-panels.
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Block Diagrams
IZA 2120-HZ Integrated Zone Amplifier
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Block Diagrams
ZA 2120-LZA Zone Amplifier
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Block Diagrams
ZA 2120-HZA Zone Amplifier
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Contact Information
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Taiwan
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