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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: CDJ-1000MK3
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Table of Contents

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En <DRB1396>
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
IMPORTANT
D3-4-2-1-1_En-A
Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal of a
three pin plug.
NOTE
After replacing or changing a fuse, the fuse cover in
the plug must be replaced with a fuse cover which
corresponds to the colour of the insert in the base
of the plug or the word that is embossed on the
base of the plug, and the appliance must not be
used without a fuse cover. If lost replacement fuse
covers can be obtained from your dealer.
Only 5 A fuses approved by B.S.I or A.S.T.A to
B.S.1362 should be used.
D3-4-2-1-2-2_En
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Blue : Neutral
Brown : Live
If the plug provided is unsuitable for your socket
outlets, the plug must be cut off and a suitable plug
fitted.
IMPORTANT
FOR USE IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM
The cut-off plug should be disposed of and must
not be inserted into any 13 amp socket as this can
result in electric shock. The plug or adaptor or the
distribution panel should be provided with 5 A fuse.
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows ;
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured red.
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel.
CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product, but this
product contains a laser diode higher than Class 1.
To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers
or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
The following caution label appears on your unit.
Location: top of the CD drive
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
D3-4-2-1-8_B_En
CAUTION
ATTENTION
CLASS 3B INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
WHENOPEN, AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
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VARO! AVATTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE
LUOKAN 3B LASERSÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KATSO SÄTEESEEN.
PRECAUCIAÓN CUANDOSEABREHAYRADIACIÓN LÁSER DE CLASE 3B
INVISIBLE. EVITE LA EXPOSICIÓN A LOS RAYOS LÁSER.
VORSICHT BEIGEÖFFNETERABDECKUNGISTUNSICHTBARELASERSTRAHLUNG
DERKLASSE3B IMGERÄTEINNEREN VORHANDEN.NICHT DEM
LASERSTRAHLAUSSETZEN!
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WARNING
This equipment is not waterproof. To prevent a fire
or shock hazard, do not place any container filed
with liquid near this equipment (such as a vase or
flower pot) or expose it to dripping, splashing, rain
or moisture. D3-4-2-1-3_A_En
WARNING
The voltage of the available power supply differs
according to country or region. Be sure that the
power supply voltage of the area where this unit
will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., 230V
or 120V) written on the rear panel. D3-4-2-1-4_A_En
Before plugging in for the first time, read the following
section carefully.
WARNING
To prevent a fire hazard, do not place any naked
flame sources (such as a lighted candle) on the
equipment. D3-4-2-1-7a_A_En
VENTILATION CAUTION
When installing this unit, make sure to leave space
around the unit for ventilation to improve heat
radiation (at least 5 cm at rear, and 5 cm at each
side).
WARNING
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the
product, and to protect it from overheating. To
prevent fire hazard, the openings should never be
blocked or covered with items (such as newspapers,
table-cloths, curtains) or by operating the
equipment on thick carpet or a bed. D3-4-2-1-7b_A_En
Operating Environment
Operating environment temperature and humidity:
+5 ºC – +35 ºC (+41 ºF – +95 ºF); less than 85 %RH
(cooling vents not blocked)
Do not install this unit in a poorly ventilated area, or in
locations exposed to high humidity or direct sunlight (or
strong artificial light) D3-4-2-1-7c_A_En
This product complies with the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC), EMC Directives
(89/336/EEC, amended by 92/31/EEC and
93/68/EEC). D3-4-2-1-9a_En
If the AC plug of this unit does not match the AC
outlet you want to use, the plug must be removed
and appropriate one fitted. Replacement and
mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of
this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel. If connected to an AC outlet, the
cut-off plug can cause severe electrical shock. Make
sure it is properly disposed of after removal.
The equipment should be disconnected by removing
the mains plug from the wall socket when left
unused for a long period of time (for example, when
on vacation). D3-4-2-2-1a_A_En
CAUTION
The POWER switch on this unit will not completely
shut off all power from the AC outlet. Since the
power cord serves as the main disconnect device for
the unit, you will need to unplug it from the AC outlet
to shut down all power. Therefore, make sure the
unit has been installed so that the power cord can
be easily unplugged from the AC outlet in case of an
accident. To avoid fire hazard, the power cord should
also be unplugged from the AC outlet when left
unused for a long period of time (for example, when
on vacation). D3-4-2-2-2a_A_En
POWER-CORD CAUTION
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power
cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a
short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a
piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the
cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other
cords. The power cords should be routed such that they
are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord
can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check
the power cord once in a while. When you find it
damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized
service center or your dealer for a replacement. S002_En
If you want to dispose this product, do not mix it with general
household waste. There is a separate collection system for used
electronic products in accordance with legislation that requires
proper treatment, recovery and recycling.
Private households in the 25 member states of the EU, in Switzerland and
Norway may return their used electronic products free of charge to desig-
nated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar new one).
For countries not mentioned above, please contact your local authorities for
the correct method of disposal.
By doing so you will ensure that your disposed product undergoes the neces-
sary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative
effects on the environment and human health.
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading
the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory
drawings. However the method of connecting and operating the unit is the same. K015 En
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Contents/Specifications
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Specifications
1. General
System ................................ Compact disc digital audio system
Power requirements ..................... AC 220 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption .......................................................... 27 W
Operating temperature..................................... +5 °C to +35 °C
Operating humidity.................................................5 % to 85 %
(There should be no condensation of moisture.)
Weight.............................................................................. 4.2 kg
Dimensions ............................. 320 (W) x 370 (D) x 105 (H) mm
2. Audio section
Frequency response ...........................................4 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio ............................... 115 dB or more (JEITA)
Distortion.......................................................... 0.006 % (JEITA)
3. Accessories
÷ Operating instructions ......................................................... 1
÷ Power cord .......................................................................... 1
÷ Audio cable .......................................................................... 1
÷ Control cord ......................................................................... 1
÷ Forced eject pin
(housed in a groove in the bottom panel) ............................ 1
÷ SD memory card.................................................................. 1
NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification
without notice.
Contents
Before Operating
Specifications ........................................................................... 4
Features ................................................................................... 6
Handling Precautions ............................................................... 8
Discs Usable with This Unit ................................................... 10
Connections ........................................................................... 13
Names and Functions of Parts ............................................... 15
Basic Operations
Loading and Removing Discs ................................................. 20
DJ Player Operation ............................................................... 22
Auto cueing ...................................................................... 22
Starting playback .............................................................. 22
To stop playback ............................................................... 23
To pause playback ............................................................ 23
Fast forward / Fast reverse .............................................. 23
Track search...................................................................... 24
Folder search (MP3 only).................................................. 24
Cue point settings ............................................................ 25
To change the playing speed ............................................ 26
Applying master tempo .................................................... 27
Jog dial functions ............................................................. 27
Jog sensitivity adjustment................................................ 28
Mixing different tracks ..................................................... 28
About WAVE display ......................................................... 29
About TEXT display .......................................................... 29
Advanced Operations
Advanced Operations ............................................................. 30
Scratch play ...................................................................... 30
Spin play ........................................................................... 31
Braking ............................................................................. 31
Loop playback................................................................... 31
To perform hot cue ........................................................... 32
Reverse play ..................................................................... 32
About fader start play ....................................................... 33
Relay play using two players ............................................ 33
Operations Using Memory Cards........................................... 34
Recording to memory cards ............................................. 35
To call up recorded data.................................................... 36
To delete information recorded on memory cards ........... 36
To copy memory card data ............................................... 37
Display during recording of cue and loop points .............. 37
Other
Troubleshooting...................................................................... 38
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Features
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Features
The CDJ-1000MK3 compact disc player is designed for use by
DJs providing all the functions and performance required in disco
clubs while offering performance, sound quality and functional-
ity superior to any analog player.
JOG DIAL
The large 206 mm diameter jog dial enables better handling
than an analog turntable.
¶ PITCH BEND
This function changes the music tempo depending on direction
of jog dial rotation and speed of movement.
¶ SCRATCH PLAY
In the VINYL mode when the surface of the jog dial is pressed
playback is discontinued and then continues according to the
direction and speed the dial is rotated. You can also adjust the
startup when the jog dial is touched and released to create new
DJ techniques.
¶ FRAME SEARCH
Moves the disc from pause position in frame increments (1/75
sec) when the jog dial is rotated in pause mode.
¶ SUPER FAST SEARCH
Rotate the jog dial while holding depressed the SEARCH button,
TRACK SEARCH button, or FOLDER SEARCH button. When this
is done, search will be performed faster than the normal search,
track search, or folder search operations.
¶ JOG ADJUST (Jog Sensitivity Adjustment)
This function allows you to adjust the felt resistance when rotat-
ing the jog dial.
ON JOG DISPLAY
The center of the jog dial displays information regarding disc sta-
tus, cue point position, sound memory status, jog dial touch-
detection, and VINYL mode.
WAVE DISPLAY
This display makes it possible to find the breakpoint between
tracks in advance and use it as mix point or end point in the
same way as you can on an analog record by checking the posi-
tion of the needle in the groove.
CUE/LOOP MEMORY
This unit is equipped with a function allowing cue points and
loop points for individual discs to be recorded on SD memory
cards or MultiMedia Cards (MMC); the recorded data can then
be called up when playing the respective disc.
HOT CUE
UP to three hot cue points (A, B, C) can be preset, thus allowing
playback to be performed instantly from either of those points.
The hot cue function can be used to record not only cue points,
but loop points as well.
REVERSE PLAY
Set the DIRECTION switch to its forward position ([REV] posi-
tion) to play the music backwards.
TEMPO CONTROL
100 mm high-precision slider coupled with a 0.02 % increment
digital display (within a ±6 % range) allows exact control of speed
to make tempo adjustments easy and accurate.
¶ TEMPO CONTROL RANGE
The maximum variable range can be set to four variable ranges:
±6 %, ±10 %, ±16 % and WIDE to facilitate adjustment.
¶ TEMPO CONTROL RESET
Resets the tempo to 0 % regardless of slider position.
¶ MASTER TEMPO
Changes music tempo without changing pitch.
CUE
¶ BACK CUE
After storing the cue point in memory, press the CUE button
while playing the unit to go back to the cue point and start over.
¶ AUTO CUE
Auto cue automatically locates the song’s start point even if it
differs from the track’s frame, allowing the player to start in-
stantly at a press of the PLAY button.
¶ CUE POINT SAMPLER
The sound from the memorized cue point can be reproduced by
one touch, which can be used as the start point check and the
sampler.
REAL TIME SEAMLESS LOOP
This function simplifies setting and releasing loops. This func-
tion lets you set a loop while you are playing a track. A loop can
also be set at the end of the track so that the track does not
stop. In addition, an ADJUST mode has been added to enable
one-touch adjustments to Loop-in and Loop-out points and facili-
tate loop operation.
RELOOP
Allows you to replay a loop any number of times.
Press the RELOOP button after releasing loop play to return to
the loop start point. Clever use of on and off in combination with
the rhythm make it possible to create new sound effects.
PLAYING ADDRESS
This bar graph provides a visual representation of track playback
progress that enables you to see current playback position just
like you can on an analog record by checking needle position.
The length of the bar shows current position and a flashing bar
provides advance notice of track end.
SLOT IN
Discs are loaded directly without opening doors or trays, making
track selection that much faster.
FADER START
When a Pioneer DJ mixer (sold separately) is connected, the
mixer’s fader operation can be used to perform quick start and
back cue.
MULTI READ
Allows playback of CD-R, CD-RW discs (recorded in music CD or
MP3 format). (Note that some discs may not play properly due
to characteristics of the individual disc, recorder, or disc soiling
and scratches.)
MP3 DJ PLAY
MP3 files recorded on CD-ROM can be played with DJ func-
tions.
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Handling Precautions
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Installation location
¶ Placing and using the player for long periods on heat-generat-
ing sources such as amplifiers or near spotlights, etc. will af-
fect product performance. Avoid placing the player on heat-
generating sources.
¶ Install this player as far as possible away from tuners and TV
sets. The player installed in close proximity to such equip-
ment may cause noise or degradation of the picture.
Noise may be noticeable when an indoor antenna is used. In
such cases, make use of an outdoor antenna or turn off power
to the player.
¶ When the unit is used in a loud-sound environment, e.g., near
a speaker, sound skip may occur. Install the unit away from
the speaker or reduce the listening volume.
¶ Place this unit on a level surface and a stable platform.
Take adequate note of the following precautions when pre-
paring a place for installation:
Be sure the player, including its video, audio and power supply
cords, does not touch vibrating materials. Any vibration other
than that transmitted through the insulators may cause the disc
to skip. Take special care when using the player while it is in-
stalled in a carrying case.
Do not place on or
against vibrating
materials!
Leave space to
allow for heat
dissipation.
Leave space to
allow for heat
dissipation.
Leave space to allow for heat
dissipation.
Moving the unit
■ Never move the unit during playback!
During playback, a disc rotates at very high speed; moving the
player during playback may result in scratches or other damage
to the disc.
■ When moving the unit is necessary
Before moving the unit, remove any disc and disconnect the
power. Malfunctions or damage may result if the unit is moved
with a disc loaded.
About the carrying case
The upper surface of the jog dial is equipped with a touch-sensi-
tive switch. When placing the player in its carrying case, avoid
placing any pressure on the jog dial.
Condensation
When this unit is brought into a warm room from previously cold
surroundings or when the room temperature rises sharply, con-
densation may form inside the unit and impair its performance.
In such cases, allow the unit to stand for about an hour or raise
the room temperature gradually.
Cleaning the player
To clean the player wipe with a polishing or a soft, dry cloth. For
stubborn dirt, moisten a soft cloth with a weak solution of neu-
tral detergent (diluted in five to six parts water), wring the cloth
well, and wipe away the dirt. Use a dry cloth to wipe the surface
dry. Do not use volatile liquids such as benzene or thinner which
will damage the unit.
About the lens cleaner
The player’s pickup lens should not become dirty in normal use.
If for some reason, the lens becomes soiled and malfunctions,
contact your nearest PIONEER authorized service center. Lens
cleaners for CD players are commercially available, but special
care should be exercised in their use as some may cause dam-
age to the lens.
Regarding data recorded on memory cards
It is the users responsibility to make regular backups of important
memory card data. Pioneer disclaims any responsibility for damage
to or loss of memory card data, or other incidental damages arising
from incompatibilities of the player and memory card, static electric-
ity or other external causes.
Handling Precautions
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Discs Usable with This Unit (Types of discs playable on this unit/Playing MP3 files)
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Playing MP3 files
MP3 files must follow the format requirements listed below.
* CDJ-1000MK3 is not equipped with a File Sort function; tracks will be played in the order in which they were recorded.
* Plays MP3 files stored on CD-ROM. Cannot play MP3 files stored on SD memory cards or MultiMedia cards (MMC).
* Startup time increases with the number of folders.
MP3 format
Disc format
MPEG-1
MPEG-2
ID3 tag
File extension
Folder layers
Maximum number of folders
Maximum number of files
CD-R recording method
Supports Audio Layer-3 sampling frequency 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
Bit Rate 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps.
Supports Audio Layer-3 sampling frequency 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz,
Bit Rate 16 Kbps (stereo) to 160 Kbps.
Supports ID3 Vers. 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4.
Displays title, album, artist.
.mp3, .MP3, .mP3, .Mp3
Maximum 8 layers; files in folders exceeding 8 layers cannot be
played.
99 (99 folders + 1 root)
999 (per folder)
Record following the ISO9660 CD-ROM file system.
Supports only Disc At Once or Track At Once.
CDJ-1000MK3 does not support Packet Write recorded discs.
Discs Usable with This Unit
Types of discs playable on this unit
¶ The following marks and logos are displayed on disc labels,
packaging, or jackets.
Note 1) Regarding TEXT display:
The number of characters that can be displayed is up to 48. When
a display exceeds 16 characters in length, the display will scroll.
Only alpha-numerics and a limited number of symbols can be
displayed (☞ P. 29).
Note 2) CD-R/CD-RW discs:
This player supports playback of CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded in
audio CD format or MP3.
* For details, consult the Operating Instructions for your recorder.
When playing 8 cm CDs, always use an 8 cm CD adapter
(☞ P. 21).
Notes:
¶ Some CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded on standalone recorders
or computer drives may not be playable back on this player,
due to a variety of reasons, including disc characteristics,
scratches, dirt, player lens dirt or condensation, etc.
¶ Some discs recorded on computer drives may not be playable
on this player, depending on the recording application used,
its settings, and operating environment. Be sure to use the
correct formatting for the discs used. For details, consult the
application author.
¶ This unit cannot play partially recorded CD-R or CD-RW discs
that have not been finalized.
¶ For detailed information regarding the handling of CD-R/CD-
RW discs, consult the handling precautions supplied with each
disc.
■ Regarding CD-R/RW discs
Due to the unique construction of CD-R/RW discs, leaving them
for extended periods of time in the pause (or cue standby) mode
at a single point may result in the discs’ becoming difficult to
play at that place. The same symptom may also occur if the loop
function is used to play back a single point on the disc exces-
sively.
As a result, users are advised to construct backup archive discs
when playing discs containing important data.
■ About DualDisc playback
This product is designed to conform to standards for music CDs.
No warranty is made for operation or performance when used
with discs not conforming to such music CD standards.
Types and Logos of playable discs
CD CD-TEXT (Note 1)
CD-R (Note 2)
CD-RW (Note 2)
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Names and Functions of Parts/Nomenclature et fonctions des organes
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63 64 65 66
Display Section
51. Calendar display (1 to ;, )
The tracks following the currently playing track are lighted. If more
than 21 following tracks are set, the indicator will light. An under-
line appears underneath track numbers for which cue points or loops
have been set.
52. Track number/folder number display (TRACK/FLD)
When playing an audio CD, the [TRACK] indicator lights, and the
two-digit track number appears (01 to 99).
When playing MP3, [TRACK] lights and the track number is displayed
(01 to 999). During folder search, the [FLD] indicator lights, and a
two-digit folder number is displayed (00 to 99).
53. MEMORY display
If the currently selected track includes cue memory or loop memory,
the [MEMORY] indicator lights and the MEMORY display indicates
the relative starting position of the cue or loop. Two dots are used to
display 1 point, and even if multiple starting positions are included
within a single point, only one point is displayed.
54. Dot matrix display (100x7 dots)
The dot matrix is used to display TEXT, WAVE, guides and other in-
formation. Text up to 48 characters can be displayed (text longer
than 16 characters is scrolled). ☞ P. 29
When WAVE display is used, the entire track is scaled so as to fit
into the width of the display (100 dots width), with playback level
shown across the display.
55. ALL track number display
When playing an audio CD, this display shows the total number of
tracks on the disc. During MP3 playback, the number of tracks in-
side the folder is shown.
56. Auto cue indicator (A.CUE)
Lights when auto cue is ON.
57. REMAIN indicator
This indicator lights to indicate that track’s remaining time is being
displayed.
58. Time (minutes) display (M)
59. Time (seconds) display (S)
60. Frame display (F)
Seventy-five frames equal one second.
61. Master tempo indicator (MT)
Lights when the master tempo function is ON.
62. TEMPO display
Displays change in playing speed (tempo) caused by movement of
the tempo adjust slider.
63. CUE point indicator
When a point is recorded in the CUE button or LOOP IN button for
the currently selected track, the [CUE] indicator lights and the point’s
relative starting position is shown in the display (2 lighted dots).
64. Playing address display
To provided a quick grasp of the current track’s elapsed time and
remaining playing time, the entire track is shown as a bar graph scaled
over the entire width of the display.
¶ During elapsed time display, the bar graph’s indicator segments
turn on from left to right.
¶ During remaining time display, the bar graph indicator segments
turn off from left to right.
¶ When a track has less than 30 seconds of remaining play time,
the graph flashes slowly; when less than 15 seconds remain, the
flashing becomes quicker.
51. Affichage Calendrier (1 à ;, )
Les numéros des plages suivant celle en cours de lecture sont
allumés. Si plus de 21 plages sont programmées, le voyant
s’allume. Un trait apparaît sous le numéro des plages pour lesquelles
des points de repère ou des boucles ont été définis.
52. Affichage du numéro de plage/numéro de dossier
(TRACK/FLD)
A la lecture d’un CD audio, le voyant [TRACK] s’allume et le numéro
à 2 chiffres (de 01 à 99) de la plage apparaît.
A la lecture MP3, le voyant [TRACK] s’allume et le numéro de la
plage est affiché (de 01 à 999). Pendant la recherche de dossier, le
voyant [FLD] s’allume et un numéro de dossier à 2 chiffres (de 00 à
99) est affiché.
53. Affichage MEMORY
Si la plage actuellement sélectionnée comporte la mémorisation d’un
repère ou d’une boucle, le voyant [MEMORY] s’allume et l’affichage
MEMORY indique la position relative de démarrage du repère ou de
la boucle. Deux points sont utilisés pour afficher 1 point, et même si
plusieurs positions de départ sont incluses dans un seul point, seul
un point sera affiché.
54. Affichage à matrice de points (100 x 7 points)
Une matrice de points permet d’afficher TEXT, WAVE, les guides et
d’autres informations. Un texte comportant jusqu’à 48 caractères
peut être affiché (au-delà de 16 caractères, le reste du texte défile).
☞ P. 29
A l’emploi de l’affichage WAVE, toute la plage est réduite de manière
à convenir à la largeur de l’affichage (largeur de 100 points), le niveau
de lecture étant indiqué sur l’affichage.
55. Affichage du nombre total de plages (ALL)
A la lecture d’un CD audio, cet affichage indique le nombre total de
plages sur le disque. A la lecture MP3, il indique le nombre de plages
dans le dossier.
56. Voyant de repère automatique (A.CUE)
Il s’allume quand la fonction de repère automatique est activée.
57. Voyant de durée restante (REMAIN)
Il s’allume quand la durée de lecture restante sur la plage est affichée.
58. Affichage horaire (minutes) (M)
59. Affichage horaire (secondes) (S)
60. Affichage de cadres (F)
Une seconde équivaut à 75 cadres.
61. Voyant de tempo principal (MT)
Il s’allume quand la fonction de tempo principal est activée.
62. Affichage TEMPO
Il indique le changement de la vitesse de lecture (tempo), provoqué
par le mouvement du curseur de réglage de tempo.
63. Voyant de point CUE
Quand un point est enregistré par le bouton CUE ou le bouton LOOP
IN sur la plage actuellement sélectionnée, le voyant [CUE] s’allume
et la position relative de départ de ce point est indiquée sur l’affichage
(2 points allumés).
64. Affichage d’adresse de lecture
Pour connaître rapidement la durée de lecture écoulée et la durée
restante sur la plage actuelle, l’ensemble de la plage est visualisé au
moyen d’un graphique à barres, réparti sur toute la largeur de
l’affichage.
¶ Pour l’affichage de durée écoulée, les segments du graphique à
barres s’allument de la gauche vers la droite.
Section d’affichage
Page: 23
DJ Player Operation/Utilisation du Lecteur DJ
24
En/Fr <DRB1396>
Track search
Press one of the TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢).
¶ Each time the button is pressed, the track search is performed in the
direction corresponding to the arrow on the button (during playback
of a track, to return to the beginning of the preceding track, press the
4 button twice). During playback of MP3s, the first track found in
the direction pressed will be searched, and only those tracks inside
the same folder are searched. If folder search is not performed when
a CD-ROM is inserted, the tracks in the root directory only are
searched. In cases in which there are no tracks in the root directory,
playback will start from the track with the lowest number in the folder.
¶ When the button is held depressed, track search is performed con-
tinuously. If the button is held depressed for two seconds or more,
the search speed increases.
¶ By pressing the 4 button twice at the beginning of the first track
(Track No.1), the last track will be searched. During playback of MP3s,
when the 4 button is pressed at the track with the lowest number,
the last track in the same folder will be searched.
¶ By pressing the ¢ button at the last track, the first track (Track
No.1) will be searched. During playback of MP3s, when the ¢ but-
ton is pressed at the last track, the track with the lowest number in
the same folder will be searched.
7 Super-fast track search
Rotate the jog dial while pressing one of the TRACK
SEARCH buttons (4, ¢).
¶ To perform super-fast track search, hold the button depressed while
rotating the jog dial in the direction you wish to perform the search;
super-fast track search will be performed in proportion to the degree
of jog dial rotation.
¶ During super-fast track search, the search direction is determined by
the direction of rotation of the jog dial. The direction of the pressed
TRACK SEARCH button is ignored.
¶ When the TRACK SEARCH button is released, super-fast track search
is canceled.
Folder search (MP3 only)
Folder search is used when searching tracks in a CD-ROM with folder
layers.
Press one of the FOLDER SEARCH buttons (|, \).
¶ Every time the FOLDER SEARCH button is pressed, the folders will
be skipped to the specified direction. The root directory is displayed
as folder number [00], folder name [ROOT].
¶ By holding either of the FOLDER SEARCH buttons depressed, fold-
ers will be searched continuously. If the button is held for two sec-
onds or more, the search speed increases.
¶ When reverse search is performed from the lowest-numbered folder,
the last folder will be searched.
¶ When forward search is performed from the last folder on the disc,
the lowest-numbered folder will be searched.
TIME MODE
/ AUTO CUE
CUE
SEARCH
TRACK
SEARCH
PLAY/PAUSE
EJECT
EJECT UNLOCK/LOCK
1, ¡
4, ¢
6
0
MP3 FOLDER SEARCH
CUE LOOP
CALL
2, 3
|, \
VINYL
SPEED
ADJUST
RELEASE
/START
VINYL
SPEED
ADJUST
TOUCH
/BRAKE
LOOP IN/
REALTIME
CUE
Jog dial/Bague Jog
Recherche de plage
Appuyez sur un des boutons TRACK SEARCH (4,
¢).
¶ A chaque pression sur le bouton, la recherche de plage s’accomplit
dans le sens correspondant à la flèche du bouton (pendant la lecture
d’une plage, appuyez deux fois sur le bouton 4 pour revenir au
début de la plage précédente). Pendant la lecture de MP3, la première
plage trouvée dans le sens actionné sera recherchée et seules les
plages à l’intérieur du même dossier seront recherchées. Si la recher-
che de dossier n’est pas effectuée quand un CD-ROM est inséré,
seules les plages du répertoire racine sont recherchées. Au cas où il
n’y a pas de plages dans le répertoire racine, la lecture commencera
à la plage ayant le plus petit numéro dans le dossier.
¶ Si le bouton est maintenu enfoncé, la recherche de plage s’accomplit
de façon continue. S’il est maintenu pendant 2 secondes, la vitesse
de recherche s’accélère.
¶ Appuyant deux fois sur le bouton 4 au début de la première plage
(Plage No. 1), la dernière plage sera recherchée. Pendant la lecture
de MP3, si le bouton 4 est actionné à la plage ayant le plus petit
numéro, la dernière plage du même dossier sera recherchée.
¶ En appuyant sur le bouton ¢ à la dernière plage, la première plage
(Plage No. 1) sera recherchée. Pendant la lecture de MP3, si le bou-
ton ¢ est actionné à la dernière plage, celle ayant le plus petit numéro
dans le même dossier sera recherchée.
7 Recherche super rapide de plage
Tournez la bague Jog tout en appuyant sur un des bou-
tons TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢).
¶ Pour effectuer une recherche super rapide de plage, maintenez le
bouton enfoncé pendant que vous tournez la bague Jog dans le sens
souhaité pour la recherche. La recherche super rapide de plage
s’accomplira selon le degré de rotation de la bague Jog.
¶ Pendant la recherche super rapide de plage, le sens de la recherche
est défini par le sens de rotation de la bague Jog. Le sens indiqué par
le bouton TRACK SEARCH actionné est ignoré.
¶ Dès que le bouton TRACK SEARCH est relâché, la recherche super
rapide est annulée.
Recherche de dossier (MP3 uniquement)
La recherche de dossier s’emploie pour retrouver des plages sur un CD-
ROM ayant des dossiers multicouches.
Appuyez sur un des boutons FOLDER SEARCH (|, \).
¶ À chaque pression sur le bouton FOLDER SEARCH, les dossiers sont
sautés dans le sens spécifié. Le répertoire racine est affiché avec
[00] comme numéro de dossier et [ROOT] comme nom de dossier.
¶ En maintenant enfoncé un des boutons FOLDER SEARCH, les dossi-
ers sont successivement recherchés. Si le bouton est enfoncé 2
secondes ou davantage, la vitesse de recherche accélère.
¶ Lorsqu’une recherche est arrière est effectuée à partir du dossier
ayant le plus petit numéro, le même dossier sera recherché.
¶ Lorsqu’une recherche en avant est effectuée à partir du dernier dos-
sier sur le disque, le dossier ayant le plus petit numéro sera recherché.
¶ Les dossiers sans plages lisibles (dossiers vierges) seront ignorés et
le dossier suivant sera recherché.
7 Recherche super rapide de dossier
Tournez la bague Jog tout en appuyant sur un des boutons
FOLDER SEARCH (|, \).
¶ En tournant la bague Jog dans le sens de recherche souhaité tout en
appuyant sur un des boutons FOLDER SEARCH, les numéros de
dossier seront recherchés, selon le sens de la rotation de la bague
Jog.
¶ Pendant la recherche super rapide de plage, le sens de la recherche
est défini par le sens de rotation de la bague Jog. Le sens indiqué par
le bouton FOLDER SEARCH actionné est ignoré.
¶ Dès que le bouton FOLDER SEARCH est relâché, la recherche super
rapide est annulée.
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Before Operating (Names and Functions of Parts)
Advanced Operations /Démarches évoluées
31
<DRB1396> En/Fr
English
Français
Spin play
During playback in VINYL mode, either press the surface of the jog dial
or press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) to pause playback, then rotate
the jog dial quickly; playback will occur in the direction and at a speed
proportional to the direction and speed of jog dial rotation, even if you
then release your hand from the jog dial.
Braking
¶ During playback in VINYL mode, if the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) is
pressed to pause playback, the sound decelerates at the braking speed
set with the VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/BRAKE dial.
¶ When the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) is pressed once again to resume
playback, the sound accelerates at the speed set with the VINYL
SPEED ADJUST RELEASE/START dial.
Loop playback
7 Defining a loop
1. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) to begin playback.
2. During playback or pause, press the LOOP IN/REALTIME
CUE button.
¶ This operation is not required if a prerecorded cue point has al-
ready been set as the loop start point.
3. When playback reaches the desired loop-out point, press
the LOOP OUT button.
¶ Playback will begin between the loop-in and loop-out points.
¶ During MP3 play, the loop can be set only between points set
within the same track.
¶ When the loop has been set, the RELOOP/EXIT button lights.
7 To cancel a loop
During loop playback, press the RELOOP/EXIT button.
¶ When the playback reaches the loop-out point, it will continue nor-
mally, without returning to the loop-in point.
7 To change a loop-in point
1. During loop play, press the LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE (IN
ADJUST) button.
¶ The display will show the in-point time; the LOOP IN/REALTIME
CUE button will change to quick flashing, while the LOOP OUT
button light will go out.
2. Press the SEARCH button (1, ¡) or rotate the jog dial.
¶ The loop-in point will change in one-frame increments. The per-
missible range for adjusting an in point is ±30 frames, and it must
be set before any out point.
¶ In the case of MP3, adjustment of loop positions is possible only
within the same track where cue points are set.
¶ Loop-in point cannot be modified during reverse play and scratch
play.
¶ When the LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE button is pressed or 30 sec-
onds elapses, the adjustment mode is canceled and loop play
resumes.
7 To change a loop-out point
1. During loop play, press the LOOP OUT (OUT ADJUST)
button.
¶ The display will show the out-point time; the LOOP OUT button
will change to quick flashing, while the LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE
button light will go out.
2. Press the SEARCH button (1, ¡) or rotate the jog dial.
¶ The loop-out point will change in one-frame increments.
¶ The loop-out point cannot be moved to a position before the loop-
in point.
¶ In the case of MP3, adjustment of loop positions is possible only
within the same track where cue points are set.
¶ Loop-out point cannot be modified during reverse play and scratch
play.
¶ When the LOOP OUT button is pressed or 30 seconds elapses,
the adjustment mode is canceled and loop play resumes.
Lecture à boucle
7 Définition d’une boucle
1. Appuyez sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) pour lancer la
lecture.
2. Pendant la lecture ou la pause, appuyez sur le bouton
LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE.
¶ Cette démarche n’est pas requise si un point de repère
préenregistré a déjà été défini comme point de début de boucle.
3. Quand la lecture arrive au point souhaité pour la fin de
boucle, appuyez sur le bouton LOOP OUT.
¶ La lecture s’accomplit entre les points initial et final de la boucle.
¶ Pendant la lecture MP3, une boucle peut être définie uniquement
par deux points situés sur la même plage.
¶ Quand une boucle a été définie, le bouton RELOOP/EXIT s’allume.
7 Annulation d’une boucle
Pendant la lecture d’une boucle, appuyez sur le bouton
RELOOP/EXIT.
¶ Quand la lecture arrive au point final de la boucle, elle continue
normalement, sans revenir au point initial de la boucle.
7 Changement du point initial d’une boucle
1. Pendant la lecture à boucle, appuyez sur le bouton LOOP
IN/REALTIME CUE (IN ADJUST).
¶ L’affichage indique le temps au point initial. Le bouton LOOP IN/
REALTIME CUE clignote rapidement, tandis que le bouton LOOP
OUT s’éteint.
2. Appuyez sur le bouton SEARCH (1, ¡) ou tournez la
bague Jog.
¶ Le point initial de boucle changera par paliers d’un cadre. La plage
autorisée pour le réglage d’un point initial est de ±30 cadres et le
point initial doit être posé avant tout point final.
¶ Dans le cas d’un fichier MP3, le réglage des positions d’une bou-
cle est possible uniquement à l’intérieur de la plage où les points
de repère sont posés.
¶ Le point initial de boucle ne peut pas être modifié pendant la lec-
ture inverse et la lecture “scratch”.
¶ Quand le bouton LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE est actionné ou que
30 secondes se sont écoulées, le mode de réglage est annulé et
la lecture à boucle reprend son cours.
7 Changement du point final d’une boucle
1. Pendant la lecture à boucle, appuyez sur le bouton LOOP
OUT (OUT ADJUST).
¶ L’affichage indique le temps au point final. Le bouton LOOP OUT
clignote rapidement, tandis que le bouton LOOP IN/REALTIME
CUE s’éteint.
2. Appuyez sur le bouton SEARCH (1, ¡) ou tournez la
bague Jog.
¶ Le point final de boucle changera par paliers d’un cadre.
¶ Le point final de boucle ne peut pas être déplacé à un endroit
précédant le point initial.
¶ Dans le cas d’un fichier MP3, le réglage des positions d’une bou-
cle est possible uniquement à l’intérieur de la plage où les points
de repère sont posés.
¶ Le point final de boucle ne peut pas être modifié pendant la lec-
ture inverse et la lecture “scratch”.
¶ Quand le bouton LOOP OUT est actionné ou que 30 secondes se
sont écoulées, le mode de réglage est annulé et la lecture à bou-
cle reprend son cours.
Page: 37
Troubleshooting
38
En <DRB1396>
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operations can be mistaken as malfunctions. If you believe the unit is not operating correctly, consult the chart below. Sometimes incorrect
operation may be due to a malfunction in another component. If the problem is not fixed, check the other components used with the player. If the
problem still persists, contact your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or dealer for service.
Symptom
Disc doesn’t eject even when
EJECT button (0) is pressed.
Play doesn’t commence even when
the disc is inserted.
Playback immediately stops when
started.
MP3 can’t be played.
Can’t search for MP3 tracks.
No sound is audible.
Sound is distorted, noise is output.
With certain discs, loud noise is
produced or play stops.
When the auto cue function is set
ON, track search is not finished.
Back cue function cannot be carried
out even though the CUE button is
pressed in playback mode.
Pressing the LOOP OUT button
does not start loop play.
The jog dial does not operate as
desired.
The picture of the TV screen is
fluctuated or FM broadcast is
interfered with noise.
The disc is not rotating when power
is ON.
Can’t record cue point memory.
Probable Diagnosis
¶ Power plug is disconnected from outlet.
¶ The EJECT UNLOCK/LOCK switch is set to the
[LOCK] position.
¶ The auto cue function is set to on.
¶ Disc is loaded upside down.
¶ Smudges on the disc, etc.
¶ Format is wrong.
¶ You attempted to search (fast forward/reverse) for
files in a different folder.
¶ Output cables are connected incorrectly or are
loose.
¶ Incorrect operation of audio mixer.
¶ Pin plugs and/or terminals are dirty.
¶ Player is in pause mode.
¶ Output cables are connected incorrectly or are
loose.
¶ Pin plugs and/or terminals are dirty.
¶ Interference is being picked up from a TV set.
¶ Disc has a bad scratch or warp.
¶ Disc is extremely dirty.
¶ If the sound muted portion between selections is
long, searching time will be long.
(If the point cannot be found within ten seconds,
the cue point is set at the track’s beginning.)
¶ The cue point is not set yet.
¶ In the case of MP3, back cue cannot be per-
formed if no cue point is located within the
currently playing folder.
¶ No cue points (loop-in points) have been set.
¶ In the case of MP3, loop cannot be performed if
no loop-in point is located within the currently
playing track.
¶ Incorrect JOG MODE [VINYL/CDJ] is set.
¶ Interference is being picked up from the CD
player.
¶ The disc rotation stops automatically if no
operation has been performed for 100 minutes or
more in pause mode.
¶ After the disc’s final track finishes playing, if the
[END] display continues for 100 minutes without
any further operation input, disc rotation will
automatically stop.
¶ No memory card is loaded.
¶ Memory card has been set for write-protect.
¶ When playing MP3, a MultiMedia Card recorded
on the CDJ-1000 or CDJ-1000MK2 is loaded.
¶ SD memory card not formatted properly.
¶ Memory card door is open.
Remedy
¶ Connect plug to wall outlet.
¶ Go to pause mode or cue standby mode
before pressing the EJECT button (0).
¶ Set the EJECT UNLOCK/LOCK switch to the
[UNLOCK] position before pressing the EJECT
button (0).
¶ Hold down the TIME MODE/AUTO CUE
button for 1 second or longer to turn off the
auto cue function.
¶ Load the disc correctly with the label side up.
¶ Clean the smudges from the disc.
¶ See section “Playing MP3 files” on page 10.
¶ MP3 searches can be performed only within
the same folder.
¶ Recheck connections.
¶ Check the settings of the audio mixer
switches and sound volume controls.
¶ Clean away dirt.
¶ Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6).
¶ Connect to audio mixer's LINE INPUT
terminals. (Do not connect to MIC terminals.)
¶ Clean away dirt.
¶ Switch OFF TV set, move player away from TV
set.
¶ Replace disc.
¶ Clean disc.
¶ Press TIME MODE/AUTO CUE button for
more than 1 second to set the auto cue
function OFF.
¶ Set the cue point. (See page 25.)
¶ Set a cue point.
¶ Press the JOG MODE SELECT button to set
the desired JOG MODE [VINYL] or [CDJ].
¶ Turn off POWER switch of the player, or move
the player away from the TV or tuner.
¶ Playback can be started by pressing the PLAY/
PAUSE button (6). Press the EJECT button
(0) to eject the disc.
¶ Insert memory card.
¶ Set write-protect switch to allow writing to card.
¶ MultiMedia Cards recorded on the CDJ-1000 or
CDJ-1000MK2 cannot be used for recording
during MP3 playback.
¶ Insert memory card formatted in compliance
with SD memory card standards.
¶ Close memory card door.
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Troubleshooting (Error message display)
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En <DRB1396>
¶ This component may fail to operate properly due to influence of static electricity or other external influences. In this case, try turning
off the POWER switch, and turn on the power again only when the disc has fully stopped rotating.
¶ This unit cannot play partially recorded CD-R or CD-RW discs that have not been finalized.
¶ This unit plays only standard 12 cm discs and 8 cm discs mounted in proper disc adapters; it cannot play irregularly shaped discs
(damage or malfunctions may occur).
¶ When playing 8 cm discs mounted on adapters, some speed loss may be experienced when using scratch and reverse operations.
This unit for high performance when rotating discs at high speed, but when 8 cm discs are mounted in adapters, the rotation speed
is reduced for safety. This is not a malfunction.
¶ BPM values measured with this unit may differ from published values found on CD labels, or those measured on Pioneer DJ mixers.
This is a result of differences in BPM measuring methods, and is not a malfunction.
¶ When playing CD-R/RW discs, some degradation in performance may be experienced depending on the recording quality of the
individual disc.
Error message display
When the unit is unable to operate properly, an error code is displayed on the display panel. Check the error code displayed against the
following table and take the recommended action to correct the error. If an error code other than any of the error codes listed in the
table below is displayed or if the same error code is displayed even after corrective action has been taken, contact your nearest Pioneer
Service Station or contact the store from which you purchased your player for assistance.
Error code
E–72 01
E–83 01
E–83 02
E–83 03
E-83 04
E-83 05
E–91 01
Error type
TOC READ ERROR
PLAYER ERROR
MP3 DECODER ERROR
DATA FORMAT ERROR
MECHANICAL TIME OUT
Error content
Can’t read TOC data.
Can’t play this disc properly.
Can’t play this disc properly.
Mechanical operation did not end within
specified time.
Cause and remedy
Disc is cracked.
= Replace disc.
Disc is dirty.
= Clean disc.
If other discs operate normally, problem is with
this disc.
Does not conform to MP3 format.
= Change to disc conforming to MP3 format.
Foreign object in disc loading slot.
= Remove foreign object.
Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2005 Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.

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