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Training Guide
CDJ-1000
Technical Training Department
1925 East Dominguez Street
Long Beach, CA 90810

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   Summary of Contents for Pioneer CDJ-1000

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    Training Guide CDJ-1000 Technical Training Department 1925 East Dominguez Street Long Beach, CA 90810...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Functions Features Display Jog Dial Startup Sequence Overall Block Diagrams 10~11 Adjustments 12~14 Service Modes 15~25 Disassembly 26~29...

  • Page 4: Functions 4~5

    PANEL FACILITIES Operation buttons marked with the asterisk (*) are disabled Top Panel when the DIGITAL OUT mode switch is set to NORMAL. ¤ ⁄ Ÿ ≠ – & º ª • ¶ ¡ ™ § £ TIME MODE/AUTO CUE button (*) TIME MODE: Each time this button is pressed, the time display changes between elapsed play- ∞...

  • Page 5: Functions

    LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE/IN ADJUST button/indicator (*) The JOG MODE is stored in memory and remains in memory even if the Real-time cue power is turned off. Enter loop in point CDJ mode: above operation is not performed even when the Jog dial surface Loop in point adjust is pressed.

  • Page 6: Features

    BEFORE OPERATIONS FEATURES The CDJ-1000 compact disc player is designed for use by DJs providing all the func- tions and performance required in disco clubs while offering performance, sound BACK CUE quality and functionality superior to any analog player. 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.

  • Page 7: Display

    DISPLAY ‹ › fi fl ‡ ° · ‚ — ± “ ‘ « ‹ Calendar display ( 1 - ; , \ Wave/Text display TRACK numbers beyond the current track lights. When the next track is 21 or beyond, When WAVE is displayed the music level of the current track.

  • Page 8: Jog Dial

    JOG DIAL DISPLAY ’ » ” ” Operation display Indicates play position in frames 135 frames for one full rotation. Turns dur- ing playback and stops during pause. Cue point position indicator ’ Indicates the current cue point position. » Display the condition of the audio memory When set in the audio memory display mode the light will flash when record- ing.

  • Page 9: Startup Sequence

    Startup Sequence Power ON IC201 (System CPU) Reset 63 pin (XRST) : H IC601 (FPGA) Program download start 106 pin (XPROGRAM) : H IC601 (FPGA) download end 104 pin (DONE) : H IC401 (DSP1),IC501 (DSP2) Program download IC300 (Mecha Control) Pin 63 (XMRST) IC1101 (Display CPU) Pin 10 (/RST) Reset release Focus offset and Traking offset...

  • Page 10: Overall Block Diagrams 10~11

    CN800 (RF) (RF) (RF) (FS) (TS) CN900 CN911 CN912 (SM) (SM) (SM) SPCN ASSY CN302 (LM) (LM) CN950 CN913 CN914 (CM) (CM) STCN ASSY CN99 CN202 CN102 CN101 CN203 MMCB ASSY CN1501 FLRB ASSY CN2217 CN1101 MFLB ASSY J1701 SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY PSWB ASSY J1701 RSWB ASSY...

  • Page 11: Main Assy

    SIGNAL ROUTE (FS) : FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE : DIGITAL SIGNAL (PB) (TS) : TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE : PB SIGNAL (SM) (RF) : SPINDLE MOTOR ROUTE : RF SIGNAL (CM) : CARRIAGE MOTOR ROUTE (LM) : LOADING MOTOR ROUTE CN12 CN1801 JA1801...

  • Page 12: Adjustments

    Adjustments 6 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION Adjustment Points (PCB Part) VCO ADJ MAIN ASSY VR601 VCOIN VCO-TP Pick up Assy SIDE A Adjustment Items [Electrical Part] VCO Free-running Adjustment 6.2 JIGS AND MEASURING 6.3 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS INSTRUMENTS When Adjustment Points Exchange 1 = Page 13 MAIN ASSY...

  • Page 13: Tempo Zero Point Adjustment

    ADJUSTMENT TEMPO ZERO POINT ADJUSTMENT Necessary Adjustment Points When Adjustment points VR1402 Exchange the SLIDER VR (Zero Point ADJ.) Precise screwdriver (small) TEMPO indication (%) Adjustment and Check Points VR1402 (Zero Point ADJ.) Control panel SLDB ASSY TEMPO knob "0" Zero Point ADJ.

  • Page 14: Adjustments

    6. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT VCO Free-running Adjustment Objective : To optimize the VCO free-running frequency When not properly adjusted : • Master Tempo does not function normally. • TEMPO display does not become the same as that of actual voice tempo. •...

  • Page 15: Service Modes

    GENERAL INFORMATION DIAGNOSIS 7.1.1 SERVICE MODE HOW TO START / CANCEL SERVICE MODE SERVICE MODE : ON SERVICE MODE Release IN ADJUST TEMPO IN ADJUST TEMPO POWER OFF POWER ON SERVICE MODE : CANCEL POWER OFF OPERATION IN SERVICE MODE •...

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    GENERAL INFORMATION DIAGNOSIS SERVICE MODE Types of Service Modes The unit is provided with three microcomputers: a microcomputer that controls key input and FL/LED display (display u com.) a mechanism-control microcomputer that drives the disc loading mechanism and servo mechanism, and a system control microcomputer that controls the whole system.

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    ~ Mode for checking key input in the display block and for display functions • In this test mode, individual FL and LED displays can be checked, as shown below. • The display lights while the key(s) is(are) held pressed. FL Check Mode : ON SERVICE MODE Release...

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    • Key Position FL Check % ^ & ¡ + FL lighting Key Name ™ Position £ @ ¢ ¢ ∞ $ ¡ % TIME MODE/AUTO CUE ^ DISPLAY & RELOOP/ EXIT P- 1 * WAVE - FWD P- 2 ( WAVE - REV P- 3 ) CALL - FWD...

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    Ÿ Mode for checking operation of the mechanical and servo blocks (using a connected PC) In this mode, once you have connected a PC via the CN301 connector, which is directly connected to the mechanism control microcomputer on the MAIN Assy through a RS-232C Jig, operation of the mechanical and servo blocks can be checked. The commands in this mode are mainly for testing the mechanical and servo systems, and not for testing the DJ functions (such as scan and tempo).

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    Communication Soft • Windows standard Hyper-Terminal • Tera Term, CCT Win etc. [Setup ] • Baud Rate : 4800bps • Data Bits : 8bit • Stop Bits : 1bit • Parity : None Communication Command Command Name Description Test Mode Entry To enter Test mode (It checks coming to a personal computer on the contrary with OFF.

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    Methods for assigning an address in a search operation There are six methods for assigning an address in a search operation, as follows. (Address Block) * With the BK command, the address mode is set to block (absolute time = AMIN:ASEC:AFRAME). Example: To search for 2 min 3 sec 4 frame: BK20304SE (Address Track) * With the TR command, the address mode is set to track.

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    ! Mode for checking audio output (using a connected PC) In this mode, once you have connected a PC via the CN201 connector, which is directly connected to the system control microcomputer on the MAIN Assy through a RS-232C Jig, the audio outputs can be checked. Before entering this mode, it is necessary to disconnect the CN1101 connector on the MFLB Assy and remove the upper unit (jog and display block), because the communication line is shared between audio output and display functions.

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    ⁄ Mode for checking the load on the Jog dial In this mode, the load (light/heavy) on the Jog dial while it is rotated is subjectively measured. JOG Check Mode : ON CALL POWER SW FWD+ REV POWER ON FL display Rotation speed Time (msec) Measuring method...

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    @ Mode for checking the error log If any abnormality occurs in normal use, the following error numbers are displayed in the display block. • How to check the error log Error Check Mode : ON POWER SW RELOOP/EXIT POWER ON Hold it pressed for 10 seconds.

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    ¤ Mode for checking the version of the software program In this mode, the version of the software program for each microcomputer can be checked. • How to check the software version for the display microcomputer Ver. Check Mode : ON TEMPO HOT CUE POWER SW...

  • Page 26: Disassembly

    DISASSEMBLY MAIN Assy SLOT-IN MECHANISM Assy SW POWER SUPPLY Assy FACB Assy JACB PSWB Assy Assy CN101 Cord Clamper is started and a connector is removed. DOUT × 2 Assy Cord Clamper MMCB Assy DABB Assy • Bottom view × 3 ×...

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    Traverse Mechanism Assy × 2 Remove Slot-in Mechanism G5 Assy. SPCN Assy Mechanism Holder Plate STCN Release Assy connector wires × 2 Unhook × 2 Unhook Caution: MAIN Assy Be careful not to lost Pickup Loading Base Earth Spring. Flexible Cable CN800 STCN Assy...

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    JOG Section Release a Cord Clamper. Disconnect a connector assy (CN1102). Remove five screws. Remove three screws. Remove the SW Ring. ∗ Caution ( CN1102 ∗ ∗ Be careful not to lose the SW spring. ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ Remove two screws. Remove the JOG ASSY (JOG A, B and C) SW Ring JOG Assy...

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    Caution in Sheet SW Installation Caution in Roller A Assy Installation Be careful not to bend and fold the Sheet SW. Apply a grease (GYA1001) to the shaft bearing section of Confirm that the dust or trash does not adhere to pasting side JOG Holder side and SW Ring side.

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