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SOUND & VISION MIXER
SVM-1000
Operating Instructions

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    SOUND & VISION MIXER SVM-1000 Operating Instructions...

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    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.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CROSS FADER START PLAY AND BACK CUE PLAY...35 PERFORM UTILITY SETUP ... 36 MIDI SETTINGS ...36 SYNCHRONIZING AUDIO SIGNALS TO EXTERNAL SEQUENCER, OR USING SVM-1000 INFORMATION TO OPERATE AN EXTERNAL SEQUENCER ... 36 MIDI CODE LIST ...37 PERFORM VIDEO MONITOR SETUP ...41 KEYBOARD LANGUAGE SETUP...41...

  • Page 4: Confirm Accessories

    4-Channnel Music and Video Synchromix Most conventional image mixing devices are limited to the simple mixing of two video images, but Pioneer’s own uniquely developed video blending technology makes it possible to simultaneously mix up to four channels of music and video. Since the synchro control...

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    “FULLY ASSIGNABLE MIDI” allows control of DJ effecter, DJ/ VJ application programs, and other external components. Installing the SVM-1000 in an EIA rack The screw holes located on the left and right ends of the front panel (within the side cover) match the 19-inch EIA rack.

  • Page 6: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Connect microphones equipped with phone-type plug. 14 Sync signal output connector (SYNC OUT) Outputs video sync signal. When connecting a Pioneer DJ/VJ DVD player (sold separately), the sync signal helps suppress any lag between video and audio signals. 15 Digital input connector (DIGITAL IN) RCA-type digital coaxial input connector.

  • Page 7: Operation Panel

    ASSIGN A THRU B A THRU B PHONES PROFESSIONAL SOUND & VISION MIXER SVM-1000 USB connector Use to connect a USB memory or keyboard. CH1/CH4 video input connectors (VIDEO EX) Use to input video from an external source. Microphone 1 input jack (MIC 1) Connect microphone with XLR-type or phone-type plug.

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    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS 10 HEADPHONES output switch (MONO SPLIT/STEREO) MONO SPLIT: The source sound selected with the headphone CUE button is output to the L channel, while the master sound is output to the R channel (only when [MASTER] is selected with the headphone CUE button).

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    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS 35 Master level indicator (MASTER L, R) These segment indicators display the audio output level from L and R channels. The indicators have a two-second peak hold. 36 Master balance dial (BALANCE) Use to adjust the L/R channel balance for audio master output, booth monitor output, recording output, and digital output.

  • Page 10: Connections

    • Note that no PHONO input connector is provided for channel 2 and 3. Connecting other line level output devices To use a cassette deck or ordinary CD player, connect its audio output connectors to one of the SVM-1000's LINE input connectors (channel 1 to 4). SIGNAL GND LINE...

  • Page 11: Connecting Outputs

    CONNECTIONS CONNECTING OUTPUTS MASTER ATT. switch SIGNAL GND PHONO DVD/LINE LINE CONTROL CONTROL POWER SYNC SYNC DIGITAL AC IN S-VIDEO S-VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO Sampling frequency selector switch Power amplifier (XLR plug input connectors) Audio master output This unit is furnished with balanced output MASTER OUT 1 (supporting XLR plugs), and unbalanced output MASTER OUT 2 (supporting RCA plugs).

  • Page 12: Connecting Microphone And Headphones

    CONNECTIONS CONNECTING MICROPHONE AND HEADPHONES Microphone A microphone with XLR-type or Ø 6.3 mm phone-type plug can be connected to the MIC 1 connector on the operation panel (upper) . The MIC 2 jack on the connection panel (rear) can be used to connect a microphone with Ø...

  • Page 13: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS BASIC OPERATIONS VIDEO INPUT AUDIO INPUT HI, MID, Channel fader lever CROSS FADER ASSIGN Set rear panel POWER switch to [ON]. Set the AUDIO INPUT switch for the desired channel to match the type of connected component. • When using the DVD input, set to [DVD]. •...

  • Page 14: Fader Curve Selection

    BASIC OPERATIONS MIC1 LEVEL MIC2 LEVEL MONO SPLIT/STEREO Selecting Stereo or Monaural When the MONO/STEREO switch is set to [MONO], the audio master output becomes a monaural combination of L+R channels. Microphone Input To use a microphone, set the MIC switch to [ON] or [TALK OVER].

  • Page 15: Using The Video Control Functions

    USING THE VIDEO CONTROL FUNCTIONS USING THE VIDEO CONTROL FUNCTIONS Touch the LCD screen to control video functions. Supports video cross fader functions and video channel switch functions. VIDEO SOLO MODE FADER AV SYNC CROSS FADER ASSIGN Cross fader lever (A/B) OPERATING THE VIDEO CROSS FADER The video cross fader is used to manipulate video images.

  • Page 16: Operating In The Video Solo Mode

    USING THE VIDEO CONTROL FUNCTIONS OPERATING IN THE VIDEO SOLO MODE Setting video solo mode to ON allows instantaneous switching to the desired channel’s video. By combining with the FADER AV SYNC button ON/OFF, a variety of operations is possible. Whenever the power is first turned ON, the video solo mode is set to OFF by default.

  • Page 17: Using The Effect Function

    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION This function applies effects to the selected channel’s sound and video. Effects include BEAT effects, which are applied in linkage to the track’s BPM; TOUCH effects, which control effects by directly touching the screen; and TEXT effects, which display onscreen characters with effects added in rhythm to the track.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Touch the [BPM AUTO/TAP] button to select the BPM (=Beat Per Minute) measurement mode. AUTO: The BPM is automatically measured from the input music signal. TAP: Tap the TAP button with your finger to manually input the BPM.

  • Page 19: Using Touch Effects

    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION USING TOUCH EFFECTS With TOUCH effects, many effects can be created by touching the video EFFECT performance monitor. When master monitor is off When master monitor is on Select and touch the desired effect button Effect select from the 12 TOUCH effects.

  • Page 20: Using Text Effects

    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Use the effect select buttons to choose a desired image. Touch the image to apply changes. Use the CH SELECT dial to select the desired channel. • In the event no input image is present, the visualizer’s image can be used.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Touch the beat button to choose the multiplication factor of the beat for synchronization of the effect. • Select the beat number calculated from the BPM. • The selected beat button will be highlighted. • An effect time that corresponds to the multiplication factor of the beat will be automatically set.

  • Page 22: Editing Text

    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION EDITING TEXT 10 11 [EXIT] button Touch to exit the TEXT EDIT screen and return to the TEXT effect screen. Touch to load factory text data. [FACTORY TEXT] button Touch to load text data from an SD card. [LOAD] button Text entered into the TEXT BANK can be [SAVE] button...

  • Page 23: Effect List

    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION EFFECT LIST BEAT effects (*1) Description of the effect Beat button parameter Repeat sound will be output For the time of 1 BPM beat, a 1/4 to once to the beat. 8/1 delay time will be set. Repeat video will be output For the time of 1 BPM beat, a 1/4 to once to the beat.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Description of the effect The input sound is given an effect like that created by a robot. A robot-like video is created by swinging the image up and down and applying a mosaic filter. An expansive sound as if various sources were emitting the same sound pitch.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION TOUCH effects (*1) Description of the effect AUDIO Phasing effect is applied proportional to the volume of the input bass sound. VIDEO Outputs an effect in which ripples spread from the point being touched. PATTERN1 Continuously outputs five ripples.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Description of the effect AUDIO Outputs a phaser effect with reverberation. (*4) VIDEO Outputs an image with a warping effect. PATTERN1 Outputs an image in which the screen warps with the appearance of paint mixed with water.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION AUDIO Outputs the input sound as if it were being made by a robot. VIDEO Outputs a kaleidoscope-like effect. PATTERN1 Outputs an image circularly dividing the screen from the center of the screen. PATTERN2 Outputs an image horizontally dividing the screen (vertically stacked).

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION Description of the effect AUDIO Flanger effect is applied. Move finger on touch panel to right- left to change effect volume. VIDEO Outputs an image with a twisting rotational effect. PATTERN1 Outputs an image in which the screen twists and rotates.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION AUDIO Flanger effect is applied. Move finger on touch panel to right- left to change effect volume. VIDEO Outputs an image of a circle with color in motion. PATTERN1 Outputs an image of a circle with dot designs. PATTERN2 Outputs an image of a circle with border designs.

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    USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION TEXT effects Description of the effect Dramatically changes the sound tone by moving the frequency of the filter in rhythm to the beat. The text line chips away at dot block units and then reconstructs itself at dot block units.

  • Page 31: Using The Jpeg Viewer

    • Memory cards may be damaged when exposed to impacts or static electricity. Handle them with care. It is strongly suggested that you periodically make copies of important data. • Pioneer will not be held responsible for any loss of data or direct/ indirect damages. JPEG VIEWER SETUP Press the JPEG VIEWER button.

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    USING THE JPEG VIEWER Loading JPEG files to the SVM-1000 Use this function to load JPEG files into the JPEG BOX. When effect is ON, this function is not usable. Touch the [JPEG SELECT] button in the JPEG play mode screen.

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    • Usable JPEG files have a maximum size of 7 MB or about 12 • If the original JPEG file does not fit within 640 x 480 pixels, the file will be automatically resized to 640 x 480 pixels when downloaded to the SVM-1000.

  • Page 34: The Video Equalizer Function

    THE VIDEO EQUALIZER FUNCTION THE VIDEO EQUALIZER FUNCTION Rotating the channel equalizer dial normally applies equalizer effects on audio only. However, by using the VIDEO EQ function, effects can be applied to video as well. VIDEO EQ SET UP THE VIDEO EQ Hold down the VIDEO EQ button.

  • Page 35: Fader Start Function

    FADER START FUNCTION FADER START FUNCTION By connecting the optional Pioneer DJ/VJ DVD Player or DJ CD Player control cable, the channel fader and cross fader can be used to start DVD/CD playback. When the mixer’s channel fader lever or cross fader lever are moved, the DVD/CD player is released from the pause mode and automatically –and instantly –...

  • Page 36: Perform Utility Setup

    A MIDI cable is used to connect components equipped with MIDI connectors to enable the transmission of data. The SVM-1000 will use the MIDI function to send operational information for hardware and BPM (timing clock). SYNCHRONIZING AUDIO SIGNALS TO...

  • Page 37: Midi Code List

    PERFORM UTILITY SETUP MIDI CODE LIST Category Switch Name VIDEO TRIM AUDIO TRIM FADER CF ASSIGN VIDEO TRIM AUDIO TRIM FADER CF ASSIGN VIDEO TRIM AUDIO TRIM FADER CF ASSIGN VIDEO TRIM AUDIO TRIM FADER CF ASSIGN CROSS FADER CROSS FADER CH CURVE FADER CURVE CROSS CURVE...

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    PERFORM UTILITY SETUP Category Switch Name BOOTH MONITOR AUTO/TAP EFFECT CUE CH SELECT VIDEO FX PATTERN SW EFFECT TIME/PARAMETER LEVEL/DEPTH EFFECT ON/OFF FADER START CH1 FADER START CH2 (FADER START) FADER START CH3 FADER START CH4 MIXING (HEAD PHONES) LEVEL TIMING CLOCK Timing Clock START...

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    PERFORM UTILITY SETUP GUI BUTTONS Category Switch Name BEAT EFFECT TOUCH EFFECT TEXT EFFECT EFFECT CATEGORY DELAY ECHO TRANS FILTER FLANGER PHASER REVERB ROBOT CHORUS BEAT EFFECT ROLL REV ROLL Beat BUTTON 1 Beat BUTTON 2 Beat BUTTON 3 Beat BUTTON 4 Beat BUTTON 5 Beat BUTTON 6 Beat BUTTON 7...

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    PERFORM UTILITY SETUP Category Switch Name RANDOM ZOOM BLOCK ROTATION CRUSH SLIDE BANK1 BANK2 BANK3 BANK4 TEXT EFFECT BANK5 BANK6 TEXT EDIT Beat BUTTON 1 Beat BUTTON 2 Beat BUTTON 3 Beat BUTTON 4 Beat BUTTON 5 Beat BUTTON 6 Beat BUTTON 7 BPM AUTO/TAP CH1 MONITOR...

  • Page 41: Perform Video Monitor Setup

    PERFORM UTILITY SETUP PERFORM VIDEO MONITOR SETUP Set the video monitor output method. Video monitor setup Hold the UTILITY (SET UP) button depressed. This will initiate the utility setup mode. Touch [VIDEO MONITOR]. The video monitor setup screen will be displayed. •...

  • Page 42: Hardware Setup

    Turn the POWER switch on while pressing the UTILITY (SET UP) button. • Continue depressing the UTILITY (SET UP) button while the logo mark [PIONEER PRO DJ] is displayed. • The hardware setup screen will be displayed. MIC SETTING Touch [MIC] The MIC setting screen will be displayed.

  • Page 43: Master Out Settings

    HARDWARE SETUP MASTER OUT SETTINGS Touch [MASTER OUT]. The MASTER OUT setting screen will be displayed. Choose settings by touching [] or []. Adjusts the brightness of the master output BRIGHTNESS monitor. CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast of the master output monitor.

  • Page 44: Touch Panel Settings

    HARDWARE SETUP TOUCH PANEL SETTINGS Touch [TOUCH PANEL]. The touch panel setting screen will be displayed. Touch either [TOP PANEL] or [BOTTOM PANEL] to select settings. Calibrates the TOP panel. TOP PANEL Calibrates the BOTTOM panel. BOTTOM PANEL Touch the [+] mark with a pointed object such as a pen. Use a stylus pen or other type pen without a sharp tip.

  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    Sometimes the trouble may originate from another component. Thus, also check the other electrical appliances also in use. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after checking the following items, contact your dealer or nearest PIONEER service center. Symptom No power.

  • Page 46: About The Lcd Screen

    TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom No video image, or image is • VIDEO INPUT switch is set incorrectly. disrupted. • Connection cables are not connected properly, • Connectors or plugs are dirty. • Trim controls are set improperly. • Signal format of the input video source does not •...

  • Page 47: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS General Power source ....... AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power consumption .

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    800 – 782 – 7210 Please do not ship your product to Pioneer without first calling the Customer Support Division at the above listed number for assistance. PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA), INC.

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