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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: CDJ-800
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Table of Contents

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÷ 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).
÷ 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.
BEFORE OPERATIONS / AVANT LA MISE EN SERVICE
CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING
÷ Ne pas utiliser de produits de nettoyage anti-statiques en aérosol analogique
sur les disques compacts. Ne jamais, non plus, nettoyer des disques avec de la
benzine, un diluant ou autres solvants volatiles qui peuvent endommager la
surface du disque.
÷ Utiliser uniquement des disques portant la marque
indiquée à-droite avec ce lecteur. (Disques audio
numériques optiques).
÷ Lorsque vous tenez les disques, ne pas toucher leur surface de signal (le côté
reflétant une forme “arc-en-ciel”, au verso de la face étiquetée). Les tenir par
un bord et le trou central.
÷ Ne pas coller d’étiquettes ou de ruban adhésif sur l’étiquette d’origine. Eviter
également de rayer ou d’endommager cette étiquette.
÷ Les disques tournent à grande vitesse à l’intérieur du lecteur. Ne pas utiliser de
disques endommagés (craquelés ou déformés).
Ne reproduisez pas de CD de forme spéciale
Sous peine de provoquer des défaillances, ne reproduisez pas de
CD ayant une forme autre que circulaire, telle que des disques
en forme de coeur.
PRECAUTIONS CONCERNANT LA MANIPULATION
FORCED DISC EJECTION
If the eject button does not function or the disc cannot 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 rotat-
ing 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 rotating, 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 surface 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 load-
ing slot, making it possible to remove it by hand.
Cleaning the Jog Dial
To clean the Jog Dial 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. Applying alcohol, paint thinner, benzene, insecticides, or other
stringent substances to the Jog dial may cause the markings or finishing of the dial
to peel or become discolored, and the use of any such substances should accord-
ingly be avoided.
EJECTION FORCÉE DU DISQUE
Si la touche d’éjection ne fonctionne plus ou si le disque ne peut pas être
retiré, une pression avec la broche fournie dans l’orifice d’éjection forcée du
panneau avant permettra de retirer le disque.
Lorsqu’une éjection forcée est nécessaire, tenir compte des précautions
suivantes.
1 Mettre le lecteur CD hors tension (OFF) et vérifier que le disque a cessé de
tourner. L’arrêt de la rotation du disque prend environ 60 secondes à
compter de la mise hors tension de l’appareil.
Si une éjection forcée est effectuée pendant que le disque
tourne:
÷ Le disque risque de toucher les doigts et de blesser puisqu’il ressortira en
tournant hors du lecteur.
÷ Comme le disque tourne alors que sa bride est instable, il risque d’être
griffé.
Pour ces raisons, ne jamais essayer d’éjecter de force le disque
pendant qu’il tourne.
2 Utiliser uniquement la broche fournie et pas d’autres objets. La broche
d’éjection forcée est insérée dans la rainure sur le fond du
lecteur.
Lorsque la broche fournie est poussée à fond dans l’orifice d’éjection forcée
surlepanneauavant,ledisqueressortde5à10mmdelafentedechargement.
Il est alors possible de le retirer avec les doigts.
Nettoyage de la bague Jog
Pour nettoyer la bague Jog, l’essuyer avec un chiffon doux et sec. S'il est très sale,
imbiber le chiffon d’une solution de détergent doux, fabriquée en diluant un vol-
ume de détergent dans 5 ou 6 volumes d'eau, bien essorer puis essuyer la saleté.
Utiliser aussi un chiffon sec pour sécher la surface. Evitez d’utiliser de l’alcool, du
thinner pour peinture, du benzène, des insecticides ou toute autre substance
agressive sur la bague Jog, car vous risqueriez d’endommager ou de décolorer ses
marques ou sa finition.
Forced ejection hole
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Orifice d’éjection forcée
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PANEL FACILITIES
BEFORE OPERATIONS / AVANT LA MISE EN SERVICE
10 Bouton EJECT (0)
Sa poussée fait ressortir le disque par la fente d’insertion quand sa rotation
s’est arrêtée.
11 Bouton / voyant QUICK RETURN (Retour rapide) (*)
☞ p. 25
Si ce bouton est enclenché (ON) et que JOG MODE est réglé sur VINYL, le
fait de toucher la surface de la bague Jog fera revenir rapidement la lecture au
point de repérage.
12 Bague VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE (*)
Cette bague permet d’ajuster la vitesse de décélération entre la lecture et l’arrêt
complet lorsque JOG MODE est réglé sur VINYL et que la surface de la
bague Jog est touchée; elle ajuste aussi la vitesse d’accélération entre l’arrêt
complet et la lecture lorsque l’utilisateur retire le doigt de la surface de la
bague Jog.
13 Bouton / voyant JOG MODE VINYL (*)
Mode VINYL: Si de la surface de la bague Jog est actionnée pendant la lecture,
celle-ci s’arrête; si la bague est tournée, la musique est fournie selon la vitesse de
rotation de la touche.
÷ Le JOG MODE est mémorisé et il reste en mémoire même si l’appareil
est mis hors tension.
Mode CDJ: L’opération ci-dessus n’est pas exécutée si de la surface de la
bague Jog est touchée.
14 Bouton / voyant de plage de contrôle de TEMPO
(±10/±100 WIDE) (*)
À chaque pression sur ce bouton, la plage variable du curseur de commande
TEMPO change entre ±10% et ±100%; lors d’un réglage à ±100 WIDE, le
voyant du bouton s’allume.
15 Bouton / voyant MASTER TEMPO (*) ☞ p. 22
A chaque pression sur ce bouton, la fonction Tempo principal est mise en
service ou hors service.
16 Curseur de commande TEMPO (*)
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(–) pour le réduire.
17 Affichage de bague Jog ☞ p. 15 .... 81–85
18 Bague Jog (+FWD/–REV) (*) ☞ p. 22
19 Fente d’insertion du disque ☞ p. 16
20 Orifice d’éjection forcée ☞ p .7
21 Voyant PLAY/PAUSE (6)
Il s’allume pendant la lecture et clignote pendant la pause.
22 Bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) ☞ p. 18
23 Voyant CUE (*) ☞ p. 20
Il s’allume quand un point de repérage est posé. Il clignote en mode Pause.
24 Bouton CUE (*)
Réglage d’un point de repérage ☞ p. 20
Retour au point de repérage ☞ p. 21
Échantillonneur de point de repérage ☞ p. 21
25 Boutons SEARCH (recherche) (1, ¡) ☞ p. 19
26 Boutons TRACK SEARCH (recherche de plage)
(4, ¢) ☞ p. 19
27 Bouton / voyant d’inversion (REV) (*) ☞ p. 27
Lorsque ce bouton est actionné, son voyant s’allume et l’appareil passe à la
lecture inverse.
28 Boutons / voyants AUTO BEAT LOOP (1, 2, 4, 8) (*)
☞ p. 26
(MANUAL 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1) ☞ p. 25
Lorsque ce bouton est actionné, la lecture à boucle automatique est exécutée
en s’appuyant sur le BPM (1, 2, 4 ou 8 battements) de la plage. Si une boucle
a été définie manuellement, le bouton agit comme bouton de raccourci de
boucle (1=1/8, 2=1/4, 4-1/2 et 8=1/1)
NOMENCLATURE DES PANNEAUX
10 EJECT button (0)
When this button is pressed the disc is ejected through the disc loading slot
when it stops rotating.
11 QUICK RETURN button / Indicator (*) ☞ P. 25
If this switch is set to ON when the JOG MODE is set to VINYL, pressing the
surface of the Jog dial will cause play to return quickly to the cue point.
12 VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE dial (*)
This dial control is used to adjust the deceleration speed from play to full stop
when the JOG MODE is set to VINYL and the Jog dial surface is pressed, and
also the acceleration speed from full stop to play when the user’s finger is
removed from the surface of the Jog dial.
13 JOG MODE VINYL button / indicator (*)
VINYL mode: when the surface of the Jog dial is pressed during playback, play-
back stops and if the dial is rotated, music is output according to the speed the dial
is turned.
÷ The JOG MODE is stored in memory and remains in memory even if the
power is turned off.
CDJ mode: above operation is not performed even when the Jog dial surface
is pressed.
14 TEMPO control range button / indicator
(±10/±100 WIDE) (*)
Each time this button is pressed, the variable range of the TEMPO control
slider changes between ±10% and ±100%; when set to ±100 WIDE, the but-
ton indicator lights.
15 MASTER TEMPO button / indicator (*) ☞ P. 22
Each press of the button turns the master tempo function on or off.
16 TEMPO control slider (*)
Slide the knob towards you (+) to increase the tempo and slide it away from
you (–) to decrease it.
17 Jog Dial Display ☞ P. 15 .... 81–85
18 Jog dial (+FWD/–REV) (*) ☞ P. 22
19 Disc loading slot ☞ P. 16
20 Force ejection hole ☞ P. 7
21 PLAY/PAUSE indicator (6)
Lights during play and flashes during pause.
22 PLAY/PAUSE button (6) ☞ P. 18
23 CUE indicator (*) ☞ P. 20
Lights when a Cue point is set. Flashes in pause mode.
24 CUE button (*)
Cue point settings ☞ P. 20
Cue point sampler ☞ P. 21
Back cue ☞ P. 21
25 SEARCH buttons (1, ¡) ☞ P. 19
26 TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢) ☞ P. 19
27 Reverse button / indicator (REV) (*) ☞ P. 27
When this button is pressed, its indicator lights and the unit is set to reverse
play.
28 AUTO BEAT LOOP buttons / indicators (1, 2, 4, 8) (*)
☞ P. 26
(MANUAL 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1) ☞ P. 25
When this button is pressed, auto loop play is performed based on the track’s
BPM (1 beat, 2 beats, 4 beats or 8 beats).
When a loop has been set manually, the button operates as a loop shortening
button. (1=1/8, 2=1/4, 4=1/2, 8=1/1).
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Recherche d’une plage
7 Boutons TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢)
Appuyez une fois sur les boutons TRACK SEARCH (4, ¢).
÷ A chaque poussée sur le bouton, le lecteur recherche la plage dans le sens
correspondant à la flèche du bouton actionnée (pendant la lecture d’une
plage, pour ramener la lecture au début de la plage précédente, appuyer
deux fois sur le bouton 4).
÷ Si on maintient la poussée sur le bouton, la recherche se poursuit. La vitesse
de recherche s’accélère si la poussée est maintenue pendant deux secondes
ou plus.
÷ Quand le début de la première plage (Plage 1) est atteint, une poussée sur
le bouton 4 fait passer la recherche à la dernière plage.
÷ Quand la fin de la dernière plage est atteint, une poussée sur le bouton
¢ fait passer la recherche à la première plage (Plage 1) du disque.
7 Recherche Super-Rapide de Plage
Tournez la bague Jog tout en appuyant sur un des boutons TRACK
SEARCH (4, ¢).
÷ En maintenant un des boutons enfoncées, tourner la bague Jog dans le
senscorrespondantàladirectionoùvousvoulezsauterdesplages;l’appareil
se place en mode de saut à grande vitesse.
÷ Le sens du saut correspond à la direction dans laquelle la bague Jog pas-à-
pas est tournée. (Le bouton TRACK SEARCH est relâchée.)
÷ Le mode de saut à grande vitesse est annulé lorsque le bouton TRACK
SEARCH est relâchée.
Avance rapide / Recul rapide
7 Fonctionnement à l’aide des boutons SEARCH. (1,
¡)
Appuyez sur les boutons SEARCH (1, ¡) pendant la lec-
ture.
Maintenir la poussée sur le bouton ¡ pour effectuer une avance rapide sur
le disque, ou maintenir la poussée sur le bouton 1 pour un recul rapide.
7 Recherche Super-Rapide
Tournez la bague Jog tout en appuyant sur un des boutons
SEARCH (1, ¡)
÷ Maintenir la poussée sur la touche tout en tournant la bague Jog dans le
sens où vous voulez exécuter la recherche pour entrer en mode d’avance
rapide ou de recul rapide.
÷ Le sens de la recherche dépend de la direction dans laquelle la bague Jog
est tournée. Le sens du bouton SEARCH est ignoré.
÷ Dès qu’on cesse de tourner la bague Jog, l’appareil repasse en mode de
lecture.
÷ Relâcher le bouton SEARCH pour quitter ce mode.
Track Cueing
7 TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢)
Press one of the TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢).
÷ Each time the button is pressed, the track is cued in the direction corre-
sponding to the arrow on the button (during playback of one track, to cue
playback to the beginning of the preceding track, press the 4 button
twice).
÷ When the button is pressed down and held, cueing is continuous. If the
button is held for two seconds or more, the cue speed increases.
÷ When the beginning of the first track (track 1) is reached, pressing the
4 button will cue to the last track.
÷ When the end of the disc's last track is reached, pressing the ¢ button
will cue to the first track (track 1).
7 Super-Fast Track Search
Rotate the Jog dial while pressing one of the TRACK SEARCH
buttons (4, ¢).
÷ While holding either one of the buttons depressed, rotate the Jog dial in the
direction corresponding to the direction you wish to skip; the unit will en-
ter the high-speed skip mode.
÷ The direction of skip is in accordance with the direction in which the Jog
dial is rotated (the TRACK SEARCH button direction is released.)
÷ The high-speed skip mode is canceled when the TRACK SEARCH button
is released.
Fast-Forward / Fast-Reverse
7 Operation using the SEARCH buttons (1, ¡)
Press the SEARCH buttons (1, ¡) during playback.
Press and hold the ¡ button to fast forward the disc; press and hold the 1
button to do fast reverse.
7 Super-Fast Search
Rotate the Jog dial while pressing one of the SEARCH buttons
(1, ¡)
÷ Hold down the button while turning the Jog dial in the direction you wish
to search to enter fast forward or fast reverse mode.
÷ The direction of the search is determined by the direction the Jog dial is
turned. The direction of the SEARCH button is ignored.
÷ When you stop turning the Jog dial, the unit returns to playback mode.
÷ Release the SEARCH button to exit this mode.
DJ PLAYER OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION / DEMARCHES DE BASE
UTILISATION DU LECTEUR DJ
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ADVANCED OPERATIONS
ADVANCED OPERATIONS / DÉMARCHES ÉVOLUÉES
DÉMARCHES ÉVOLUÉES
Lecture à boucle (*)
7 Définition d’une boucle (MANUAL)
1. Appuyez sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (6) pour commencer
la lecture.
2. Pendant la relecture, appuyez sur le bouton LOOP IN/
REALTIME CUE au point initial de la boucle.
÷ Remarquez que cette démarche n’est pas nécessaire si un Point de repérage
préenregistré sera utilisé comme début de la boucle.
3. Pendant la lecture, appuyez sur le bouton LOOP OUT au
point où vous voulez terminer la boucle.
÷ Le voyant du bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) s’allume.
÷ La lecture à boucle commence entre le point initial et le point final de la
boucle.
7 Réduction de la longueur de boucle (Coupe-boucle)
Lorsque le mode MANUAL est utilisé pour créer une boucle pendant la lecture
ou une pause, le bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) s’allume.
Appuyez sur un des boutons AUTO BEAT LOOP (1, 2, 4 ou 8).
÷ Lorsque le bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 1 (MANUAL 1/8) est actionné,
son voyant s’allume et la lecture à boucle s’accomplit entre le point initial
de boucle et un point à 1/8e de la longueur totale de la boucle originale.
÷ Lorsque le bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 2 (MANUAL 1/4) est actionné,
son voyant s’allume et la lecture à boucle s’accomplit entre le point initial
de boucle et un point à 1/4e de la longueur totale de la boucle originale.
÷ Lorsque le bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 4 (MANUAL 1/2) est actionné,
son voyant s’allume et la lecture à boucle s’accomplit entre le point initial
de boucle et un point à 1/2 (la moitié) de la longueur totale de la boucle
originale.
÷ Lorsque le bouton AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) est actionné,
son voyant s’allume et la lecture à boucle s’accomplit entre le point initial
de boucle et un point à 1/1 (total) de la longueur de la boucle originale.
Pour un freinage (*)
÷ Si vous appuyez sur le bouton PLAY/PAUSE (3/8)en mode VINYL
pendant la lecture, la bagueVINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE
fournira une vitesse correspondante et le son s’arrêtera.
÷ Une nouvelle pression sur le boutonPLAY/PAUSE(3/8) fait commencer
la lecture; la bague VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE agira
en conséquence et la lecture commencera.
Retour rapide (*)
Lorsque le JOG MODE est réglé sur VINYL, une pression sur la surface de la
bague Jog fait revenir instantanément la lecture au point de repérage.
1. Appuyez sur le bouton JOG MODE VINYL de sorte que le
voyant du bouton s’allume.
÷ Le voyant [Vinyl] de la bague Jog s’allume aussi.
2. Appuyez sur le bouton QUICK RETURN de sorte que le
voyant du bouton s’allume.
÷ Le voyant [QUICK RETURN] apparaît sur l’affichage et l’affichage de la
bague Jog fait apparaître le voyant clignotant de la position du point de
repérage.
3. Pendant la lecture, appuyez sur la surface de la bague
Jog.
÷ Si un point de repérage a été mémorisé, la lecture revient automatiquement
à ce point de repérage mémorisé; si aucun point de repérage n’a été
mémorisé, la lecture ne change pas.
÷ La lecture revient aussi au point initial (point de repérage) si la bague Jog
est actionnée pendant la lecture à boucle.
Loop Playback (*)
7 Defining a loop (MANUAL)
1. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) to begin playback.
2. During replay, press the LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE button
at the loop in point.
÷ Note that this operation need not be performed if a prerecorded Cue point is
to be used as the start of the loop.
3. During playback, press the LOOP OUT button at the point
from which you wish to end the loop.
÷ The AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) button indicator lights.
÷ Loop play begins between the loop in-point to loop-out point.
7 Shorten the Loop Length (LOOP CUTTER)
When MANUAL mode is used to create a loop during playback or pause, the
AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) button will light.
Press one of the AUTO BEAT LOOP buttons (1, 2, 4 or 8).
÷ When the AUTO BEAT LOOP 1 (MANUAL 1/8) button is pressed, the
button indicator lights and loop play begins between the loop-in point to a
point 1/8 of the full length of the original loop.
÷ When the AUTO BEAT LOOP 2 (MANUAL 1/4) button is pressed, the
button indicator lights, and loop play begins between the loop-in point to a
point 1/4 of the full length of the original loop.
÷ When the AUTO BEAT LOOP 4 (MANUAL 1/2) button is pressed, the
button indicator lights, and loop play begins between the loop-in point to a
point 1/2 of the full length of the original loop.
÷ When the AUTO BEAT LOOP 8 (MANUAL 1/1) button is pressed, the
button indicator lights, and loop play begins between the loop-in point to a
point 1/1 (all) of the length of the original loop.
Quick Return (*)
When the JOG MODE is set to VINYL, pressing the surface of the Jog dial returns
playback instantly to the cue point.
1. Press the JOG MODE VINYL button so that the button
indicator lights.
÷ The Jog dial’s [Vinyl] indicator also lights.
2. Press the QUICK RETURN button so that the button
indicator lights.
÷ The [QUICK RETURN] indicator will appear in the display, and the Jog
dial display will shown the flashing cue point position indicator.
3. During playback, press the surface of the Jog dial.
÷ If a cue point has been stored in memory, the playback will return instantly
to the stored cue point; if no cue point has been stored in memory, the
playback will not change.
÷ Playback will also return to the in-point (cue point) if the Jog dial is pressed
during loop playback.
How to Brake (*)
÷ When you press the PLAY/PAUSE button (3/8)in the VINYL mode dur-
ing playback, the VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE dial will
cause a corresponding speed and the sound will stop.
÷ Upon pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button (3/8) again playback will com-
mence and the VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/RELEASE dial will
respond accordingly.
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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 in-
serted.
Playback immediately stops when started. During
playback, the player pauses or stops.
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 theLOOP OUT button does not start loop
play.
The Jog dial does not operate.
The Jog dial does not operate as desired.
DJ functions do not work.
The picture of the TV screen is fluctuated or FM
broadcast is interfered with noise.
The disc is not rotating when power is ON.
Remedy
÷ Connect plug to wall outlet.
÷ Hold down the TIME MODE/AUTO CUE button for 1 second
or longer to turn off the A. CUE function.
÷ Load the disc correctly with the label side UP.
÷ Clean the smudges from the disc and then play it again.
÷ Recheck connections. Refer to installation instructions.
÷ 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 con-
nect 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 TIME MODE/AUTO CUE button for more than 1 second
to set the auto cue function OFF.
÷ Set the Cue point. (See page 20.)
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [DJ] position.
÷ Set a Cue point.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [DJ] position.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [DJ] position.
÷ Press the JOG MODE VINYL button to set the desired JOG
MODE [VINYL or CDJ].
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [DJ] position.
÷ 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.
Cause
÷ Power plug is disconnected from outlet.
÷ The auto cue function is set to on.
÷ Disc is loaded upside down.
÷ Smudges on the disc, etc.
÷ Output cables are connected incorrectly or are loose.
÷ Incorrect operation of audio mixer.
÷ Pin plugs and/or amplifier terminals are dirty.
÷ Player is in pause mode.
÷ 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, search-
ing time will be long.
÷ If the sound muted portion is recorded for about 10 seconds
or more, playback will start without the auto cue function.
÷ The Cue point is not set yet.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [NORMAL]
position.
÷ No Cue points (start points) have been set.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [NORMAL]
position.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [NORMAL]
position.
÷ Incorrect JOG MODE [VINYL/CDJ] is set.
÷ The DIGITAL OUT MODE switch is set to the [NORMAL]
position.
÷ Interference is being picked up from the CD player.
÷ The disc rotation stops automatically if no operation has been
performed for 80 minutes or more in pause mode
÷ When the last track on the disc is over the disc stops rotating.
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OTHERS
÷ 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 12cm discs and 8cm discs with a commercially available adaptor, eccentrically shaped discs cannot be played since damage or malfunc-
tion may result.
÷ The BPM value measured by the CDJ-800 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.
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Error Code
E-72 01
E-83 01
E-83 02
E-83 03
E-91 01
Description
Player unable to read TOC data.
Disc is rotating, but rotation cannot be ascertained.
Player unable to play back currently inserted disc.
Mechanical operation has failed to complete within
specified time interval.
Possible cause and recommended action
Disc is cracked.
= Recommended action: replace disc.
Disc is soiled or dirty.
= Recommended action: clean disc.
If other discs play normally, the problem is with the disc itself.
Dust or some other form of foreign particles have found their way into
disc insertion slot.
= Recommended action: remove dust or other foreign particles.
Error Type
TOC READ ERROR
PLAYER ERROR
MECHANICAL TIME OUT
Error Message Display
When the CDJ-800 CD player 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.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. General
System ................................................................. Compact disc digital audio system
Power requirements ............................................................. AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption ............................................................................................ 21 W
Operating temperature ........................................................................ +5˚C – +35˚C
Operating humidity..................................................................................... 5% – 85%
(There should be no condensation of moisture.)
Weight ................................................................................................................ 3.9 kg
Dimensions ..................................................... 305 (W) × 331 (D) × 108.5 (H) mm
2. Audio section
Frequency response ..............................................................................4 Hz – 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio ............................................................ 115 dB or more (JEITA)
Distortion ............................................................................................0.006% (JEITA)
Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2002 Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.
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
NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification without notice.
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