Pioneer CDJ-200 manual

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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: CDJ-200
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian

Table of Contents

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BEFORE OPERATING (FEATURES)
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FEATURES
Designed for professional use by DJs, the CDJ-200 compact
disc player provides all the functions and performance re-
quired in disco clubs while offering performance, sound qua-
lity and functionality superior to analog players.
DIGITAL JOG BREAK
Equipped with Digital Jog Break for original sound effects.
Individual remix assist functions [JET], [ZIP] and [WAH] have
been provided individually in three buttons. By choosing a
function and operating the jog dial in time with the music, a
new remix world can be experienced.
JOG DIAL
A large 100 mm diameter jog dial enables corrections to un-
even beats with the feeling of an analog turntable.
■ PITCH BEND
This function changes the music tempo depending on the di-
rection and speed the jog dial is rotated.
■ FRAME SEARCH
Moves the pause position in frame units (1/75 sec) when the
jog dial is rotated in the pause mode.
■ SUPER-FAST SEARCH
By turning the jog dial while holding down the manual search
button or the track search button, disc search can be per-
formed faster than normal search or track search functions.
TEMPO CONTROL
100 mm long high-precision slider allowing free speed adjust-
ment.
With a digital display calibrated in 0.02 % units (within a ±6 %
range), tempo adjustments can be made more easily and ac-
curately.
■ TEMPO CONTROL RANGE
The maximum variable range can be set to three variable
ranges; ±6 %, ±10 %, ±16 %, to provide easier operation envi-
ronment.
■ MASTER TEMPO
Maintains the same pitch of sound while changing the music
tempo.
CUE
■ BACK CUE
After storing cue points in memory, press the CUE button
while playing a track to return and start from the stored cue
point.
■ AUTO CUE
Skips the non-recorded part at the top of a track and automati-
cally enters stand-by mode at the track’s starting point, allow-
ing playback to begin instantly when the PLAY/PAUSE button
(6) is pressed.
■ CUE POINT SAMPLER
Playback can be started at one touch from a stored cue point,
convenient for confirming start points and as sampler.
REAL TIME SEAMLESS LOOP
This function simplifies the setting and canceling of loops.
The loop can be set at the very instant the track is being
played. By setting a loop just before the end of the track, the
track can be made so that it doesn’t stop. In addition, an
ADJUST mode has been added to enable one-touch adjust-
ments to the loop-out point, thereby facilitating the loop op-
eration.
RELOOP
Allows returning to the set loop position any number of times.
Press the RELOOP/EXIT button after canceling loop play to
return to the loop start position. By using the loop ON and OFF
combined with the rhythm of the track, new sound effects can
be created.
PLAYING ADDRESS
The bar graph provides a visual reference of the track play-
back progress that enables the user to visualize the current
playback position, in the same way as is done with an analog
record by checking the position of the needle. The current po-
sition can be confirmed by the length of the graph, and in ad-
dition, the graph flashes to notify the ending of the track.
SLOT IN
The disc can be inserted without the opening of trays and
doors, making possible quick track selection.
FADER START
By connecting this unit to DJ mixer DJM-500, DJM-600, DJM-
300, DJM-3000, DJM-909, or DJM-707, QUICK START and
BACK CUE functions can be performed by using the mixer’s
fader function.
RELAY PLAY
Two CDJ-200 units can be connected in tandem to perform
automatic relay play.
When track playback stops on one of the players, the standby
mode of the other player is released and playback begins au-
tomatically.
OIL DAMPER FLOAT
OIL DAMPER FLOAT construction helps resist shakes and im-
pacts.
This unit features an OIL DAMPER FLOAT design, making it
harder for distortions and sound breakup to occur due to im-
pacts from operation and vibrations from the floor.
MULTI READ
Supports playback of CD-R and CD-RW discs. (Some discs
may not replay properly, however, due to certain special
characteristics of some discs and recorders, as well as due to
dirty or damaged discs.)
CD TEXT
Displays CD TEXT on CD TEXT-supported discs.
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BEFORE OPERATING (PLAYING MP3 FILES/SPECIFICATIONS)
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PLAYING MP3 FILES
MP3 files must follow the format requirements listed below.
* The song title displayed in the text mode will be the file name.
* CDJ-200 is not equipped with a File Sort function; tracks will be played in the order in which they were recorded.
CONTENTS
BEFORE OPERATING
FEATURES ................................................................... 4
PLAYING MP3 FILES ................................................... 6
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................... 6
CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING ........................ 8
CONNECTIONS.......................................................... 10
PANEL FACILITIES .................................................... 12
OPERATIONS
DISC LOADING/UNLOADING ................................... 16
OPERATIONS ............................................................. 18
Auto Cue Function ............................................... 18
Starting Playback ................................................. 18
Resume Function ................................................. 19
To Stop Playback ................................................. 19
To Temporarily Interrupt Playback .................... 19
Jog Dial Functions ............................................... 19
Fast-Forward/Fast-Reverse ................................. 20
Track Cueing ........................................................ 20
Folder Search ....................................................... 21
Change Playback Speed ..................................... 22
Applying Master Tempo ..................................... 22
Digital Jog Break ................................................. 22
Cue Point Settings ............................................... 24
Mixing Different Tracks....................................... 25
Loop Playback ...................................................... 26
Fader Start Playback ........................................... 28
Relay Play Using Two Players............................ 28
OTHER
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................ 29
SPECIFICATIONS
1. General
System.............................. Compact disc digital audio system
Power requirements ........................... AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption..........................................................16 W
Operating temperature ......................................... +5˚C – +35˚C
Operating humidity ................................................. 5 % – 85 %
(There should be no condensation of moisture.)
Weight ............................................................................. 3.2 kg
Dimensions ........................... 216 (W) × 292 (D) × 99.5 (H) mm
2. Audio section
Frequency response.............................................4 Hz – 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio .......................... 110 dB or more (JEITA)
Distortion ......................................................... 0.006 % (JEITA)
3. Accessories
÷ Operating instructions........................................................ 1
÷ Power cord.......................................................................... 1
÷ Audio cable ......................................................................... 1
÷ Control cable....................................................................... 1
÷ Forced eject pin (housed in a groove in the bottom panel) ..... 1
NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification with-
out notice.
MP3 format
Disc format
MPEG-1
MPEG-2
ID3 tag
File extension
Folder levels
Maximum number of folders
Maximum number of files
Multi-session
CD-R recording method
Supports Audio Layer-3 sampling frequency 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
Bit Rate 32 Kbps – 320 Kbps.
Supports Audio Layer-3 sampling frequency 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz,
Bit Rate 16 Kbps – 160 Kbps.
Does not support Variable Bit Rate (VBR).
Displays only file name, artist, album name.
ID3 tag title not displayed.
.mp3, .MP3, .mP3, .Mp3
Maximum of 8 folders.
Files located in folders exceeding 8 levels cannot be played.
99 (99 folders + 1 root)
999 (per folder)
Does not support multi-session.
When the disc used is a multi-session disc, only the first session will
be played.
Record following the ISO9660 CD-ROM file system.
Supports only Disc At Once or Track At Once.
CDJ-200 does not support Packet Write recorded discs.
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BEFORE OPERATING (CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING)
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CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING
Location
Install the player in a well-ventilated location where it will not be
exposed to high temperatures or humidity.
Do not install the player in a location which is exposed to direct sun-
light, or near stoves or radiators. Excessive heat can adversely affect
the cabinet and internal components. Installation of the player in a
damp or dusty environment may aiso result in a malfunction and can
be hazardous. Avoid installation near cookers etc., where the player
may be exposed to oily smoke, steam or heat.
Installation Guidelines
÷ Placing and using the compact disc player for long periods on
heat-generating sources such as amplifiers or near spotlights, etc.
will affect product performance. Avoid placing the player on heat-
generating sources.
÷ Install this compact disc player as far as possible away from tuners
and TV sets. A compact disc player installed in close proximity to
such equipment 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
compact disc 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 vol-
ume.
÷ Place this unit on a level surface
and a stable platform.
÷ Be sure the player, including its au-
dio and power supply cords, does
not touch vibrating materials. Any
cause of vibration other than the in-
sulators may cause the disc to skip.
Take special care when using the
player while it is installed in a carry-
ing case.
¶ Please be sure to leave
a space to allow for
heat radiation.
Do not place on or
against vibrating
materials!
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 neutral
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.
CD 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 damage to the lens.
Copy Controlled CDs
This product is designed to play discs in conformity with CD
standards; no guarantee is given for operation or performance when
using CDs which do not conform to these CD standards.
Storing Discs
÷ Discs are made of the same kinds of plastic used for conventional
analog audio records. Be careful not to allow discs to warp. Al-
ways store discs in their cases vertically, avoiding locations with
high heat, humidity, or extremely low temperatures. Avoid leav-
ing discs in cars; the interior of a car in direct sunlight can become
extremely hot.
÷ Always read and abide by the precautionary notes listed on disc
labels.
Condensation
When this unit is brought into a warm room from previously cold
surroundings or when the room temperature rises sharply, conden-
sation 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 and Handling Compact Discs
÷ The presence of fingerprints or smudges on the surface of the disc
will not directly affect the recorded signals, but, depending on the
degree of contamination, the brightness of the light reflected from
the signal surfaces may be reduced causing degradation of sound
quality. Always keep your discs clean by wiping them gently with
a soft cloth from the inner edge toward the outer edge.
÷ If a disc becomes very dirty, dampen a soft cloth with water, (be
sure to wring it out well) and wipe the away dirt gently. Remove
any water drops with another soft, dry cloth.
÷ Do not use record cleaning sprays or anti-static agents on discs.
Never clean discs with benzene, thinner, or other volatile solvents
or damage to the disc surface may result.
÷ With this player, use only those discs
which display the mark shown right
(Optical audio digital discs).
÷ SACD hybrid discs cannot be played.
÷ When holding discs, do not touch their signal surfaces. Hold by
the edges, or by one edge and the center hole.
÷ Do not affix gummed labels or tape to the disc surface. Also, do
not scratch or damage the label.
÷ Discs rotate at high speeds inside the player. Do not use damaged,
cracked or warped discs.
Do not play a CD with a special shape
Do not play a CD having other shape than a circular disc, such as
heart shaped disc. Otherwise malfunction may occur.
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OPERATIONS (DISC LOADING/UNLOADING)
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DISC LOADING/UNLOADING
Label surface up
Insert straight
1. Set the rear-panel POWER switch to ON.
Do not force a disc into the unit when the POWER switch
is set to OFF as this may damage the disc and the unit.
2. Insert a disc.
÷ Hold the disc with label surface upwards, and insert into
the front panel disc loading slot.
÷ When playing 8 cm discs, be sure to install an adaptor.
÷ Only one disc can be loaded at a time. Never attempt to
load more than one disc at the same time, or attempt to
load a second disc when one disc has already been
loaded.
÷ When loading a disc, do not placing any twisting force
on the disc, or try to force the disc into the slot. Also, do
not attempt to interrupt or defeat the motion of the disc
when the player begins to draw a disc into the slot or to
eject a disc, since damage to the disc or player could
occur.
PRECAUTIONS ON PLAYING CD SINGLES (8 cm/3-inch
Discs)
1 When playing CD singles (8 cm/3-inch discs), always use the
adapter for 8 cm/3-inch discs. Before loading the disc into
the CD player, be sure to check that it is secured properly by
the catches of the adapter. If discs have been inserted with-
out the adapter by mistake, remove the disc immediately by
pressing the EJECT button (0). If the disc does not come out
with one press, press another time.
2 Use 8 cm/3-inch disc adapters labeled with the ' mark
(recommended standard product). Do not use adapters
which cause the disc to idle, nor adapters which are bent or
curved.
3. Press the EJECT button (0) to remove the disc.
÷ When the EJECT button (0) is pressed, disc rotation
stops and the disc is ejected from the loading slot.
÷ If the disc cannot be ejected with the EJECT button (0),
insert a pin in the forced ejection hole on the front panel
of the player.
7 Canceling eject command
In the event the EJECT button (0) is pressed by mistake, if
the PLAY/PAUSE (6) button is pressed immediately
(before [EJECT] is displayed), the eject command will be
canceled and playback will restart from the place im-
mediately before the EJECT button (0) was pressed
(during this time, sound output will be temporarily
interrupted).
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to press a disc back into the slot when
the [EJECT] indicator appears. Pressing a disc back into
the slot while the [EJECT] indicator appears may cause
the player to stop. In this case, press the EJECT button
(0) again and wait until the [EJECT] indicator goes out
before reinserting the disc.
Forced disc ejection
If the EJECT button (0) does not function or the disc can-
not be removed, pushing the pin provided into the
forced ejection hole on the front panel will enable the
disc to be removed.
When performing forced ejection, be sure to follow the
precautions below.
1 Be sure to turn OFF the power of the CD player, and
check that the disc has stopped rotating. It takes
about 60 seconds for the disc to stop rotating after the
power has been turned OFF.
If forced ejection is performed while the disc is rotating;
÷ As the disc will be ejected outside the CD player rotat-
ing, it may hit your finger and cause injuries.
÷ As the disc will be rotating with the clamp unstable, it
may be scratched.
For the above reasons, never attempt to eject the disc
forcibly while it is rotating.
2 Always use the pin provided (Do not use other objects).
The provided pin is found in a groove in the bottom sur-
face of the player.
When the provided forced eject pin is inserted fully into
the forced eject hole on the front panel, the loaded disc
is ejected about 5-10 mm from the loading slot, making
it possible to remove it by hand.
Forced ejection hole
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OPERATIONS / UTILISATION
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When playing MP3s, after the playback of all the tracks inside a
folder has finished, the unit will enter the standby mode at the end
of the final track. When the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) is pressed,
playback will begin from the first track of the same folder.
Resume Function
When the same disc is inserted after being ejected once, the disc will
be restarted from the place immediately before the disc was ejected.
However, the Digital Jog Break function will not be restored. If de-
sired, the TRACK SEARCH button can be pressed before playback
begins to perform normal track search and playback.
If the disc is protruding from the disc loading slot, pressing the EJECT
button (0) will cause the resume function to be canceled.
To Stop Playback
1. Press the EJECT button (0).
¶ Playback will stop and the disc will be ejected.
¶ The CDJ-200 is not provided with a conventional stop button.
¶ In the event the EJECT button (0) is pressed accidentally, im-
mediately (before [EJECT] is displayed in the display) press the
PLAY/PAUSE button (6) to cancel the eject command; play-
back will then restart from the place immediately before the
EJECT button (0) was pressed (during this time, sound output
will be temporarily interrupted).
To Temporarily Interrupt Playback
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) during playback.
¶ The PLAY/PAUSE button (6) indicator and the CUE button indi-
cator will flash and playback will be paused.
¶ When the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) is pressed again, the indica-
tor on the button will light and the playback will continue.
¶ Broken sound will still be audible during the pause mode; to stop
all sound, lower the output sound volume of the audio mixer.
¶ If there has not been any operation for more than 100 minutes in
the pause mode, the disc rotation will automatically be stopped.
By pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button (6), the playback will be
resumed from the first track.
Jog Dial Functions
[Pitch Bend]
Rotate dial during play.
¶ The track will accelerate (FWD+ =Clockwise)/slowdown (REV–
=Counter-Clockwise) according to the amount and direction
the jog dial is turned. The rate of change is up to ±20 % (essen-
tially linear change).
¶ When jog dial rotatation stops, the speed returns to the speed
before the jog dial was first rotated.
¶ Pitch Bend is disabled when the Digital Jog Break function is
turned ON.
[Frame Search]
Rotate dial during pause.
¶ Moves audible pause position in frame units.
¶ Searches frames in the play direction when rotated clockwise,
and the reverse direction when rotated counter-clockwise.
¶ 48 frames are searched in one full cycle of the jog dial.
[Cue point adjust]
☞P.24 “Changing the cue point”
[Super-Fast Search]
☞P.20 “Super-Fast search”
[Super-Fast track search]
☞P.21 “Super-Fast track search”
[Super-Fast folder search]
☞P.21 “Super-Fast folder search”
[Digital Jog Break]
☞P.22 “Digital Jog Break”
Reprise de la lecture
Si le même disque est réintroduit après avoir été éjecté, sa lecture
recommence à l’endroit juste avant celui où il avait été éjecté.
Cependant, la fonction Coupure à Jog numérique ne sera pas pas
restaurée. Au besoin, le bouton TRACK SEARCH peut être actionnée
avant le début de la lecture pour effectuer la recherche normale de
plage et la lecture.
Si le disque fait saillie hors de la fente de chargement, une poussée
sur le bouton EJECT (0) annulera la fonction de reprise.
Arrêt de la lecture
1. Appuyez sur le bouton EJECT (0).
¶ La lecture s’arrête et le disque est éjecté.
¶ Le CDJ-200 n’est pas muni d’un bouton d’arrêt traditionnel.
¶ Si le bouton EJECT (0) est actionné par erreur, appuyez
immédiatement (avant que [EJECT] n’apparaisse sur
l’affichage) sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) pour annuler la
commende d’éjection. La lecture reprend alors à l’endroit juste
avant que le bouton EJECT (0) avait été actionné (pendant ce
temps, la sortie sonore sera temporairement interrompue).
Interruption temporaire de la lecture
Appuyez sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) pendant la lecture.
¶ Le voyant du bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) et celui du bouton CUE
clignotent et la lecture est interrompue.
¶ Si le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) est actionné à nouveau, le voyant
du bouton reste allumé et la lecture se poursuit.
¶ Des sons interrompus restent audibles pendant la pause; pour
couper tous les sons, abaissez le volume sonore de sortie sur la
table de mixage audio.
¶ Si aucune opération n’est effectuée pendant plus de 100 minutes
en mode Pause, la rotation du disque est automatiquement
arrêtée. Appuyez alors sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) pour
reprendre la lecture à partir de la première plage.
Fonctions de la bague Jog
[Pitch Bend] (Changement de hauteur tonale)
Tournez la bague pendant la lecture.
¶ La plage accélère (FWD+ = Rotation horaire) ou ralentit (REV- =
Rotation antihoraire) selon le degré et le sens de rotation de la
bague Jog. Le taux de changement va jusque ±20 % (un
changement essentiellement linéaire).
¶ Lorsque la rotation de la bague Jog est arrêtée, la vitesse
revient à celle d’avant la rotation de la bague.
¶ La fonction Pitch Bend est désactivée lorsque la fonction
Coupure par Jog numérique est activée.
[Recherche de cadre]
Tournez la bague pendant la pause.
¶ Pour déplacer la position de pause audible en unités de cadres.
¶ La recherche s’accomplit dans le sens de la lecture lors d’une
rotation en sens horaire et dans le sens inverse lors d’une rota-
tion en sens antihoraire.
¶ Un cycle complet de la bague Jog correspond à la recherche de
48 cadres.
[Réglage du point de repérage]
☞p. 24 “Réglage d’un point de repérage”
[Recherche super rapide]
☞p. 20 “Recherche super rapide”
[Recherche super rapide de plage]
☞p. 21 “Recherche super rapide de plage”
[Recherche super rapide de dossier]
☞p. 21 “Recherche super rapide de dossier”
[Coupure par Jog numérique]
☞p. 22 “Coupure par Jog numérique”
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¶ By pressing the 4 button twice at the beginning of the first
track (Track NO.1), the last track will be cued. During playback
of MP3s, when the 4 button is pressed the track with the
smallest number, the last track in the same folder will be cued.
¶ By pressing the ¢ button at the last track, the first track (Track
NO.1) will be cued. During playback of MP3s, when the ¢
button is pressed at the last track, the track with the smallest
number in the same folder will be cued.
7 Super-Fast track search
Rotate the jog dial while pressing one of the TRACK
SEARCH buttons (4, ¢).
¶ By turning the jog dial in the desired search direction while
pressing either of the TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢), the
track number will be searched corresponding to the turning of
the jog dial.
¶ During Super-Fast track search, the search direction is deter-
mined by the direction of rotation of the jog dial. The direction
of the pressed TRACK SEARCH button (4, ¢) is ignored.
¶ When the TRACK SEARCH button (4, ¢) is released, Super-
Fast track search will be ended.
Folder Search
Folder search is used when searching tracks in a CD-ROM with folder
layers. Folder search will not operate during playback of CD-DA discs.
7 FOLDER SEARCH buttons (+, =)
Press one of the FOLDER SEARCH buttons (+, =).
¶ Every time the FOLDER SEARCH button is pressed, the folder
number and folder name will appear and the folders will be
skipped to the specified direction. The root directory is dis-
played as folder number [00], folder name [ROOT].
¶ By holding either of the FOLDER SEARCH buttons depressed,
folders will be searched continuously. If the button is held for
two seconds 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-num-
bered folder will be searched.
¶ When in Text Mode, after searching a folder, the folder number
and folder name will first appear, followed by the track number
and file name of the first track in the folder. When in Time
Mode, the file name will not appear.
¶ Folders with no playable tracks (empty folders) will be ignored,
and the next folder will be searched.
7 Super-Fast folder search
Rotate the jog dial while pressing one of the FOLDER
SEARCH buttons (+, =).
¶ By turning the jog dial in the intended search direction while
pressing either of the FOLDER SEARCH buttons, folder num-
bers will be searched corresponding to the direction of rotation
of the jog dial.
¶ During Super-Fast folder search, the search direction is deter-
mined by the direction the jog dial is rotated. The direction indi-
cated by the pressed FOLDER SEARCH button is ignored.
¶ When the FOLDER SEARCH button is released, Super-Fast
folder search is canceled.
¶ Si le bouton TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢) est maintenu enfoncé,
le repérage s’accomplit de façon continue. Si le bouton est
maintenu enfoncé pendant 2 secondes ou plus, la vitesse de
repérage s’accélère.
¶ En appuyant 2 fois sur le bouton 4 au début de la première
plage (Plage No. 1), la dernière plage sera repérée. 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
repérée.
¶ En appuyant sur le bouton ¢ à la dernière plage, la première
plage (Plage No. 1) sera repérée. Pendant la lecture de MP3, si
le bouton ¢ est actionné à la dernière plage, celle ayant le
plus petit numéro dans le même dossier sera repérée.
7 Recherche super rapide de plage
Tournez la bague Jog, tout en appuyant sur un des bou-
tons TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢).
¶ Si vous tournez la bague Jog dans le sens de recherche
souhaité tout en appuyant sur un de boutons TRACK SEARCH
(4, ¢), le numéro de plage correspondant à la rotation de la
bague Jog sera recherché.
¶ Pendant la Recherche super rapide de plage, le sens de la re-
cherche est défini par le sens de rotation de la bague Jog. Le
sens indiqué par le bouton TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢) actionné
est ignoré.
¶ Quand le bouton TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢) est relâché, la Re-
cherche super rapide de plage se termine.
Recherche de dossier
Cette recherche est utilisée pour retrouver des plages sur un CD-ROM,
comportant des couches de dossiers. Ce mode de recherche n’agit
pas pendant la lecture de disques CD-DA.
7 Boutons FOLDER SEARCH (+, =)
Appuyez sur un des boutons FOLDER SEARCH (+, =).
¶ À chaque pression sur un bouton FOLDER SEARCH, le numéro
et le nom du dossier apparaissent et les dossiers sont sautés
dans le sens spécifié. Le répertoire racine apparaît comme
numéro de dossier [00] avec le nom [ROOT].
¶ En maintenant enfoncé un des boutons FOLDER SEARCH, les
dossiers sont recherchés de façon continue. Si le bouton est
maintenu enfoncé pendant 2 secondes ou plus, la vitesse de
recherche s’accélère.
¶ Lorsque la recherche en marche arrière est effectuée à partir du
dossier au plus petit numéro, le dernier dossier sera exploré.
Lorsque la recherche en marche avant est effectuée à partir du
dernier dossier sur le disque, le dossier au plus petit numéro
sera exploré.
¶ En mode Texte, apres la recherche d’un dossier, le numéo de
dossier et le nom de dossier apparaissent d’abord, suivis par le
numéro de plage et le nom de fichier de la première plage du
dossier. En mode Horaire, le nom de fichier n’apparaît pas.
¶ Les dossiers sans plages lisibles (dossiers vides) sont ignorés
et la recherche s’accomplit sur le dossier suivant.
7 Recherche super rapide de dossier
Tournez la bague Jog, tout en appuyant sur un des bou-
tons FOLDER SEARCH (+, =).
¶ Si vous tournez la bague Jog dans le sens de recherche
souhaité tout en appuyant sur un de boutons FOLDER
SEARCH, le numéro de dossier correspondant à la rotation de
la bague Jog sera recherché.
¶ Pendant la Recherche super rapide de dossier, 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.
¶ Quand le bouton FOLDER SEARCH est relâché, la Recherche
super rapide de plage se termine.
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OPERATIONS / UTILISATION
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JET
Changes the delay time in response to rotation of the jog dial, and
adds a short delay sound to the original, thereby causing an interfer-
ence between the sounds and creating a “swooshing” effect.
¶ The delay time corresponds to the jog dial’s rotation and changes
between 0 ms (when jog dial is completely stopped) to a maxi-
mum of 3 ms.
¶ When the jog dial is rotated continuously, the delay time repeti-
tively changes between 0–3 ms.
¶ When rotation of the jog dial stops, the sound will gradually settle
back to the original sound.
¶ The setting is canceled when the disc is ejected.
ZIP
Changes the pitch in response to the turning of the jog dial, thereby
changing the playback sound.
¶ The pitch change corresponds to the turning of the jog dial; when
the jog dial is stopped the pitch change is 0 %. When the jog dial is
turned clockwise, the pitch changes within the maximum of 100 %
(1 octave higher than the original sound). When the jog dial is
turned counterclockwise, the pitch changes within the maximum
of –1500 % (15 octaves lower than the original sound, a non-audi-
ble frequency).
¶ When rotation of the jog dial stops, the sound will gradually settle
back into the original sound.
¶ The setting is canceled when the disc is ejected.
¶ If the HOLD function is turned ON and the setting is made in the
minus direction, when the HOLD function is next turned ON again,
the “break” effect will be produced.
WAH
Adds a –12 dB/octave filter with cutoff frequency that changes in re-
sponse to jog dial rotation.
¶ The filter changes into a maximum 4 kHz high-pass filter when the
jog dial is turned clockwise; the filter changes into a minimum 150
Hz low-pass filter when the jog dial is turned counterclockwise.
¶ When rotation of the jog dial stops, the sound gradually returns to
the original sound.
¶ The setting is canceled when the disc is ejected.
[HOLD function]
Used to maintain the effect that has been created by the turning of
the jog dial even after the jog dial’s rotation is stopped.
Press the HOLD button during usage of Digital Jog Break
function.
¶ The [JET], [ZIP], or [WAH] indicator in the display stops flashing
and lights steadily, and the effect created at that point is main-
tained so that the jog dial’s turning can be stopped.
¶ When the Time Mode is selected and HOLD function is turned on,
a HOLD indicator ([JET-HOLD], [ZIP-HOLD], [WAH-HOLD]) will be
shown in intervals in the section where the time is displayed.
When TEXT mode is selected, this will not be displayed.
¶ When the HOLD function is turned ON, even if another effect is
selected, the setting prior to the new effect selection will be pre-
served in memory so long as hold is not turned off.
JET
Cet effet change la durée du retard, en réponse à la rotation de la
bague Jog; il ajoute un léger retard au son original, ce qui provoque
une interférence entre les sons et crée un effet “swoosh”.
¶ La durée du retard correspond à la rotation de la bague Jog; elle
change entre 0 ms (la bague Jog étant totalement à l’arrêt) et 3 ms
au maximum.
¶ Si la bague Jog est tournée de façon continue, la durée du retard
change de façon répétée entre 0 et 3 ms.
¶ Si vous arrêtez de tourner la bague Jog, le son revient progre-
ssivement au son original.
¶ Le réglage est annulé lorsque le disque est éjecté.
ZIP
Cet effet change la hauteur tonale en réponse à la rotation de la
bague Jog et il modifie ainsi le son reproduit.
¶ La hauteur tonale change selon la rotation de la bague Jog.
Lorsqu’elle est arrêtée, le changement de hauteur tonale est 0 %.
Si la bague est tournée dans le sens horaire, la hauteur tonale
change de 100 % au maximum (1 octave plus haut que le son
original). Si la bague est tournée dans le sens antihoraire, la hau-
teur tonale change de –1500 % au maximum (15 octaves plus bas
que le son original, une fréquence non audible).
¶ Si vous arrêtez de tourner la bague Jog, le son revient progre-
ssivement au son original.
¶ Le réglage est annulé lorsque le disque est éjecté.
¶ Si la fonction HOLD est activée et que le réglage est effectué dans
le sens Moins, l’effet “break” sera produit lorque la fonction HOLD
sera à nouveau activée.
WAH
Cet effet ajoute un filtre de –12 dB/octave avec une fréquence de
coupure variant selon la rotation de la bague Jog.
¶ Le filtre change en un filtre passe-haut de 4 kHz maximum lorsque
la bague Jog est tournée dans le sens horaire. Il change en un
filtre passe-bas de 150 Hz lorsque la bague Jog est tournée dans le
sens antihoraire.
¶ Si vous arrêtez de tourner la bague Jog, le son revient progre-
ssivement au son original.
¶ Le réglage est annulé lorsque le disque est éjecté.
[Fonction HOLD] (maintien)
Cette fonction permet de maintenir l’effet, créé par la rotation de la
bague Jog, même après que cette rotation est arrêtée.
Appuyez sur le bouton HOLD pendant l’emploi de la fonction
Coupure par Joig numérique.
¶ Le voyant [JET], [ZIP] ou [WAH] cesse de clignoter sur l’affichage
et il reste allumé. L’effet créé à ce point est maintenu, de sorte que
vous pouvez arrêter de tourner la bague Jog.
¶ Lorsque le Mode Horaire est choisi et que la fonction HOLD est
activée, un voyant HOLD (c.à.d. [JET-HOLD], [ZIP-HOLD] ou
[WAH-HOLD]) apparaît à intervalles à l’endroit où le temps est
affiché. Si le Mode Texte est choisi, ce voyant n’est pas affiché.
¶ Si la fonction HOLD est activée, même si un autre effet est
sélectionné, le réglage effectué avant cette nouvelle sélection
d’effet sera maintenu en mémoire tant que la fonction HOLD n’est
pas désactivée.
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OTHER (TROUBLESHOOTING)
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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.
÷ Static electricity and other external effects may cause this unit to malfunction. In this case, set the POWER switch to OFF, then
switch it on again after the disc has come to a complete stop.
÷ This unit cannot playback unfinalized (partial discs) CD-R or CD-RW discs.
÷ This component is designed to play 12 cm discs and 8 cm discs with a commercially available adaptor, eccentrically shaped
discs cannot be played since damage or malfunction may result.
÷ The BPM value measured by the CDJ-200 may differ from the BPM value recorded on a CD or from our DJ mixer, but this
difference is a result of differences in the BPM value measurement method; not a result of a fault with the player.
÷ When playing CD-R/RW discs, the performance rate may drop due to quality of the recorded data.
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. During playback, the player
pauses or stops.
No sound is audible.
Cannot playback MP3s.
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 OUT/OUT ADJUST
button does not start loop play.
Cannot search MP3s.
The picture of the TV screen is
fluctuated or FM broadcast is
interfered with noise.
The disc is not rotating when power
is ON.
Cause
÷ Power plug is disconnected from outlet.
÷ The auto cue function is set to on.
÷ Smudges on the disc, etc.
÷ Output cables are connected incorrectly or
are loose.
÷ Incorrect operation of DJ mixer.
÷ Pin plugs and/or amplifier terminals are
dirty.
÷ Player is in pause mode.
÷ The files are in the wrong format.
÷ Incorrect connections.
÷ Pin plugs and/or amplifier 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.
÷ The cue point is not set yet.
÷ The cue point is set to an MP3 file in a
different folder.
÷ No cue points (loop-in points) have been set.
÷ The OUT/OUT ADJUST button was
pressed during the playback of an MP3 file
other than the one with the cue point (loop-
in point) set.
÷ Attempted to search (fast-forward/fast-
reverse) MP3s into a different folder.
÷ 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.
÷ When the last track on the disc is over the
disc stops rotating.
Remedy
÷ Connect plug to wall outlet.
÷ Press the AUTO CUE button to turn off the
Auto Cue function.
÷ Clean the smudges from the disc and then
play it again.
÷ Recheck connections. Refer to installation
instructions.
÷ Check the settings of the DJ mixer switches
and sound volume controls.
÷ Clean away dirt.
÷ Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6).
÷ Refer to P.6 “PLAYING MP3 FILES.”
÷ Connect to audio mixer's LINE INPUT termi-
nals. (Do not connect to MIC terminals.)
÷ Clean away dirt.
÷ Switch OFF TV set, move player away from TV
set or plug the player into a separate outlet.
÷ Replace disc.
÷ Clean disc.
÷ Press the AUTO CUE button to turn off the
Auto Cue function.
÷ Set the cue point. (See page 24.)
÷ During playback of MP3s, back cue is possible
only within the same folder.
÷ Set a cue point.
÷ During playback of MP3s, looping is possible
only within the same track that has a cue point
(loop-in point) set.
÷ Searching with MP3s are only possible within
the same folder.
÷ Turn off POWER switch of the player, or move
the player away from the TV or tuner.
÷ Playback can be started from the first track by
pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button (6). Press
the EJECT button (0) to eject the disc.
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