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CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING.. 4
Location... 4 Condensation... 4 Cleaning the unit... 4
CHECKING ACCESSORIES.. 4 FEATURES... 5 CONNECTIONS... 6
1. Connection of Input Equipment.. 6 2. Connection of Outputs, Microphones, Etc. 7
NAME AND FUNCTION OF PARTS. 8
Front section.. 8 Rear section... 11
USING THE EFFECT FUNCTION.. 12
Features of Various Effectors.. 12 Measuring BPM... 14 Operating Delay, Echo, Auto pan, Flanger.. 15 Operating Pitch Shifter and Reverb. 16 Using the External Effecter.. 16
USING THE FADER START FUNCTION.. 17
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. Starting the Cross Fader.. 17 Starting the Channel fader. 17
TROUBLESHOOTING.. 18 SPECIFICATIONS... 19
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: This product satisfies FCC regulations when
shielded cables and connectors are used to connect the unit to other equipment. To prevent electromagnetic interference with electric appliances such as radios and televisions, use shielded cables and connectors for connections.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: RECORD THE MODEL NUMBER AND SERIAL NUMBER OF THIS EQUIPMENT BELOW. THE NUMBERS ARE ON THE REAR PANEL. MODEL NO. SERIAL NO. DJM-500
KEEP THESE NUMBERS FOR FUTURE USE.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
READ INSTRUCTIONS All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNING All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS All operating and use instructions should be followed. WATER AND MOISTURE The appliance should not be used near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc. LOCATION The appliance should be installed in a stable location. WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING The appliance should not be mounted to a wall or ceiling. VENTILATION The appliance should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings; or, placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings. HEAT The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat. POWER SOURCES The appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as marked on the appliance. POWER-CORD PROTECTION Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. GROUNDING-TYPE PLUG This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. CLEANING The appliance should be cleaned only with a polishing cloth or a soft dry cloth. Never clean with furniture wax, benzine, insecticides or other volatile liquids since they may corrode the cabinet. POWER LINES An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines. NONUSE PERIODS The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE The appliance should be serviced by a Pioneer authorized service center or qualified service personnel when: The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance. The appliance has been exposed to rain. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. The appliance has been dropped or the enclosure damaged. SERVICING The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING If an outside antenna is connected to the antenna terminal, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. In the U.S.A. section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Fig. A. CART An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810 20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810 21) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
[For Canadian model]
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
[Pour le modle Canadien]
Cet appareil numerique de la Classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur le material brouilleur du Canada.
Information to User
Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the user's right to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
We Want You Listening For A Lifetime
We Want You
LISTENING For A Lifetime
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included for your protection. Decibel Level Example 30 Quiet library, soft whispers 40 Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic 50 Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office 60 Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine 70 Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant 80 Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock at two feet. THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE 90 Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower 100 Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill 120 Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap 140 Gunshot blast, jet plane 180 Rocket launching pad
Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation.
Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit youve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now its time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion-and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing comfort level adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds normal can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. To establish a safe level: Start your volume control at a low setting. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level: Set the dial and leave it there.
Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future. After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.
For A Lifetime
CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING
Install the unit in a well-ventilated location where it will not be exposed to high temperatures or humidity. Do not install the unit in a location which is exposed to direct rays of the sun, or near stoves or radiators. Excessive heat can adversely affect the cabinet and internal components. Installation of the unit in a damp or dusty environment may also result in a malfunction or accident. (Avoid installation near cookers etc., where the unit may be exposed to oily smoke, steam or heat.)
When this unit is brought into a warm room from previously cold surroundings or when the room temperature rises sharply, condensation may form inside, and the unit may not be able to attain its full performance. In cases like this, allow the unit to stand for about an hour or raise the room temperature gradually.
Short-circuit pin plug (four) These are inserted in the PHONO 1 and PHONO 2 terminals at the rear. Operating instructions
Cleaning the unit
Use a polishing cloth to wipe off dust and dirt. When the surfaces are very dirty, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in some neutral cleanser diluted five or six times with water and wrung out well, then wipe again with a dry cloth. Do not use furniture wax or cleaners. Never use thinners, benzene, insecticide sprays or other chemicals on or near this unit, since these will corrode the surfaces.
The auto BPM counter provided allows the tempo of songs to be checked visually. This counter can be switched between real-time and average.
3-Band Equalizer & Kill
A 3-band equalizer corresponding to the HI, MID, and LOW channels. The attenuation level also serves as a kill function which can decrease the level to 20 dB.
BPM Level Display (Beat meter display)
Displays the level of sound components determining the BPM. The beat can be checked visually.
Digital Display of Effector
Loads the master tempo incorporated in Pioneer CD players. Key changes by the rotary type linear control can give new performance effects to the mixer.
Peak Level Meter
The peak level meter provided is equipped with 15-bit LED indicators for all channels. This meter can be switched between BPM and peak.
Variety of Effects
Both external effects and internal effects can be imposed on all channels, the microphone, and master. A variety of effects such as delay, echo, auto pan, flanger, reverb, and pitch shifter can be enjoyed.
The CD player can be started by increasing the level of the cross fader or channel fader, which is selected using the cross fader switch. (This function can be used only when the Pioneer CD player CDJ-500 series is connected.)
Enhanced Input/Output Terminals
In addition to the 9 inputs, 2 CD and 2 LINE systems, 3 PHONO (for MM only) systems, and 2 microphone systems, three outputs including the pro-specifications XLR output, and booth monitor output are provided independently. SEND/RETURN terminals are also provided for the external effectors.
When connecting the units or changing their connections, be sure to turn off the power switch and disconnect the power cord from the outlet.
1. Connection of Input Equipment
CD2 CDJ-500G/ CDJ-500 DAT, etc.
MASTER BOOTH OUT 1 MONITOR L
CH - 4 PHONO 3 L L
CH - 3 PHONO 2 LINE
CH - 2 PHONO 1 CD 2 / LINE L L
CH - 1 LINE CD 1
R MASTER LEVEL ATT.
R SIGNAL GND
R CH - 2 PLAYER CONTROL CH - 1
MASTER OUT 2 R ~AC IN R L MASTER OUT 3 L R SEND L
Control cord Can be connected to CDJ500G and CDJ-500.
CH - 4 SUBMIC
R R R R L L L L
AC 120V, 60Hz
Cassette deck, etc.
To connect the analog player, remove the short-circuit pin plugs (four) inserted in the PHONO terminals (PHONO 1, PHONO 2) of CH2 and CH3. These short-circuit pin plugs serve to cut fine noises to provide high performance when not connecting the analog player. Be sure to keep them carefully after removal. When removed for connecting the analog player, insert them back as before after use.
Connecting audio cords
Use cords with red and white pin plugs. Connect the white plug to (L) and the red plug to (R). Be sure to insert completely. L White plug
Red plug R
2. Connection of Outputs, Microphones, Etc.
Sub microphone Power amplifier (Supporting RCA input) Power amplifier (For booth monitor)
L RETURN (MONO)
Pin assignment COLD ()
GND Power amplifier Power amplifier External effector (Supporting XLR input) (Supporting PHONE input)
*1 Master level attenuator knob
To protect the connected amplifiers and speakers from excessive inputs, this knob is used to decrease the output level.
NAME AND FUNCTION OF PARTS
CD 1/LINE LINE
CD 2/LINE PHONO 1
2 CH1 to CH4 Input Selection Switch and Control Knob/Peak level meter
Input selection switch: Selects which sound of the two units connected to each CH to use. CH1 : Switches between CD1/LINE and LINE CH2 : Switches between CD2/LINE and PHONO 1 CH3 : Switches between LINE and PHONO 2 CH4 : Switches between SUB MIC and PHONO 3 TRIM: Used for adjusting the level of the input signal. The level increases when rotated to the right. (To +6 dB) The level decreases when rotated to the left. (To ) HI: Used for adjusting the high tone. Flat at center click. Increases when rotated to the right. (To +12 dB at 10 kHz) Decreases when rotated to the left. (To 20 dB at 10 kHz) MID: Used for adjusting the middle tone. Flat at center click. Increases when rotated to the right. (To +12 dB at 1 kHz) Decreases when rotated to the left. (To 20 dB at 1 kHz) LOW: Used for adjusting the low tone. Flat at center click. Increases when rotated to the right. (To +12 dB at 100 Hz) Decreases when rotated to the left. (To 20 dB at 100 Hz) Peak level meter: Displays the peak level holding it for two seconds. Displays the level before channel fader. The display range is about 24 dB to +14 dB. When BPM is selected using the effect selector and the effect switch is turned on, the beat monitor function will be turned on.
7 Effector Parameter/BPM Display (Refer to Page 14.)
1 to 4 MIC MASTER: Displays the effect source. Counter: Displays the effect source BPM and effect parameter, etc. (Refer to ) for details of the parameter.) BPM.375 to 857 mSec (1 mSec step) 70.0 to 160.0 BPM (0.1 BPM step) BEAT: When the effect is set to delay, echo, auto pan, or flanger, displays to which beat the parameter is set. (1/2 to 4 beats)
8 Monitor Selector/Auto BPM Counter Selector button (MONITOR SELECTOR/AUTO BPM COUNTER SELECTOR) Selects the source which is monitored using the headphone (CH1 to 4, MIC, MASTER, EFFECT). When several buttons are pressed, sounds can be mixed. When the button is pressed another time, the selection is canceled. When BPM is selected using the effect selector, the channel displaying the BPM (CH1 to CH4) is selected. When more than two are selected together, BPM will not be displayed properly.
# Cross Fader Volume (CROSS FADER)
Adjusts the mix volume of the sources set to A and B using the assign switch (!).
$ Cross Fader Switch (CROSS FADER ON/OFF)
OFF: Select when mixing sounds using the channel fader volume. (Direct mix.) ON: Select when mixing sounds using the cross fader. (Cross fader mix.)
% Master Volume Level Adjustment
Used to adjust the level of the master output volume. When the cross fader is ON, the sounds of assigns A, B and main microphone will be output. When the cross fader is OFF, the sounds of each channel and main microphone will be output.
_ Effect Switch (EFFECT ON/OFF)
Use to switch the effect on/off. When turned on according to the beat, the effects will also correspond to the beat. When the effect is on, it goes on and off.
1 Master Output 1 Terminal (MASTER OUT 1)
Connects the power amplifier using a cord with RCA plug.
9 CH-1, 2 Player Control Terminal
When connecting the optional CDJ-500 or CDJ-500G to the CD terminals of CH-1 or CH-2, the fader start function can be used by connecting this terminal to the control terminal of the player.
2 Booth Monitor Output Terminal (BOOTH MONITOR)
Connects the power amplifier which connects the speaker for monitoring audio.
0 Power Cord Connection Terminal
Connects the power cord provided.
3 Master Output Level Adjustment Knob (MASTER LEVEL ATT.) 4 CH-4 Phono Input Terminal (PHONO 3)
PHONO 3 : Connects the analog player. (for MM only)
- Master Output 2 Terminal (MASTER OUT 2)
Connects the XLR input supporting power amplifier.
= Master Output 3 Terminal (MASTER OUT 3)
Connects the PHONE input supporting power amplifier.
5 CH-3 Input Terminal
PHONO 2 : Connects the analog player. (for MM only) LINE : Connects audio equipment such as DAT.
~ External Effector Connecting Terminal (SEND, RETURN)
Used to connect other equipment for adjusting sound. SEND (Output) : Connects the input terminal of the external effector. Uses L channel output for using the effector of monaural input. The sound that L and R are mixed will be sent to the effector. RETURN (Input) : Connects the output terminal of the external effector. Uses L channel input for using the effector of monaural input. It will be input to both channels L and R.
6 Ground Terminal (SIGNAL GND)
Connects to the GND cord of the analog player. This terminal is for only an analog player, not for a safety ground.
7. Send/Return (External Effects Input/output) Connects available effectors, samplers, etc.
Songs with different tempos can be mixed easily because the BPM of the channel selected using the monitor selector (auto BPM counter selector) and channel selected using the effect channel selector is measured and displayed. (Example) Displays the BPM of the song input to the monitor selector CH2 and effect channel selector CH4.
AUTO BPM COUNTER
1 Set the effect selector to AUTO BPM. 2 Set the effect channel selector to CH4.
The parameter LED 4 lights up. The parameter window (lower window) shows the BPM (value) of the song input to CH4. * To switch the channel level meter to the beat meter, press the effect switch. Each press will switch to the channel level meter or beat meter. * The BPM of some songs cannot be measured by the auto BPM counter in some cases. Even in such cases, to know the BPM, press the effect switch according to the beat of the song. After several presses, the parameter window (lower window) will show the BPM (value).
3 Press CH2 of the monitor selector (auto BPM counter selector).
The auto BPM counter LED 2 lights up. The BPM (value) of the song input to CH2 will be displayed on the auto BPM counter window (upper window). * To measure the BPM accurately, select only one from CH1 to CH4 for the auto BPM counter selector.
Display when BPM of CH2 (126) and BPM of CH4 (126.9) match.
4 Select the BPM display (real-time/average) with the switch button.
Each press will switch to real-time or average display. Real-time display : Displays the measured BPM value for every beat. If it cannot be measured for more than 5 seconds, will be displayed. Average display : Measures and displays the average of the BPM values measured every beat. Continues displaying the previous BPM value when the average value could not be measured. When the player speed is adjusted and the BPM value of two channels match (within 1), the beat display 1/1 LED lights up. (*1) * The parameter knob does not operate in BPM measuring mode.
Operating Delay, Echo, Auto pan, Flanger
(Example) Impose the delay effects on the CH2 song.
1 Set the effect selector to DELAY. 2 Set the effect channel selector to CH2.
The parameter LED 2 lights up. The time of 1 beat (mSec.) of the BPM of the song input to CH2 is displayed on the auto BPM counter window (upper window). Select the BPM display (real-time/average) with the switch button. Real-time display : Displays the measured BPM value for every beat. If it cannot be measured for more than 5 seconds, will be displayed. Average display : Measures and displays the average of the BPM values measured every beat. Continues displaying the previous BPM value when the average value could not be measured.
Using the External Effector
(Example) Set the external effect for the CH3 song.
1 Set the effect selector to SEND/RETURN. 2 Set the effect channel selector to CH3.
The parameter LED 3 lights up.
3 Set the parameter of the external effector, etc.
Displays the channel and BPM selected with the monitor selector.
The effect switch blinks and the effect (external effect) is imposed on the master output. Each press will turn on or off the effects. To use the auto BPM counter while using the external effector, select one channel from CH1 to CH4 of the monitor selector (auto BPM counter selector). The LED of the channel selected by the auto BPM counter lights up. The BPM of the song input to the channel will be displayed on the auto BPM counter window (upper window). Select the BPM display (real-time/average) with the switch button. Real-time display : Displays the measured BPM value for every beat. If it cannot be measured for more than 5 seconds, will be displayed. Average display : Measures and displays the average of the BPM values measured every beat. Continues displaying the previous BPM value when the average value could not be measured.
USING THE FADER START FUNCTION
By connecting the optional CD players CDJ-500G and CDJ-500 to CH1 and CH2, the player can be started using the channel fader or cross fader controls. (The control cable must be connected.)
Channel fader controls
CH.SELECTOR 2 MIC MASTER
Fader start switches assign (A) switch
Cross fader switch Assign (B) switch Cross fader control
Fader Start Play
When the DJ mixer DJM-500 and the CD player CDJ-500G for DJs are connected using the control cable, fader start play can be performed. This means that by increasing the mixer fader control, the pause of the player will be released and the song starts immediately automatically. The cross fader can also be used to perform fader start play. By returning the fader to the original position, as the player will be returned to the cue point (back cue), sampler playing can also be performed. (DJM-500 fader start play can be performed even when combined with the CDJ-500G and CDJ-500. However, back cue play can be performed only when combined with the CDJ-500.) A CDJ-500 Control cable B CDJ-500 Cross Fader Start Play and Back Cue Play A can be started just by moving the cross fader control from right to left during standby when A is at the cue point. Likewise, B can also be started just by moving the cross fader control from left to right during standby when B is at the cue point. At the same time, A will back cue (returns to the cue point). CROSS FADER DJM-500
Starting the Cross Fader
1 Turn on the cross fader switch. 2 Turn on the fader start switch (CH-1 or CH-2) of the channel connected to the player to be controlled. 3 Select the channel connecting the player with the assign switch. 4 Minimize the cross fader of the selected channel fully. (The example is the case of connecting the player to CH-1.)
Starting the Channel fader
1 Turn off the cross fader switch. 2 Turn on the fader start switch of the channel connected to the player to be controlled. 3 Minimize the channel fader controls fully. 4 Set the cue point of the player and set the player to standby at this cue point. 5 To start playing, raise the cross fader volume at the timing to be started.
The cue point may be preset in the CDJ-500. In this case, there is no need for the player to standby at the cue point. After playing starts, if the fader control is completely returned to the original position, the player will return to the cue point and set into the standby state.
5 Set the cue point of the player and set the player to standby at this cue point. 6 To start playing, raise the cross fader volume at the timing to be started.
* This function will not work when assigns A and B are the same CH, etc.
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work. Symptom Cause Remedy Connect to the power outlet. Select the device currently playing with the input selector switch. Connect properly. Clean and connect. Adjust the master output level adjustment control. Adjust with the master output level adjustment control. Adjust with the trim knob. Turn on the cross fader switch. Set the cross-fader source with the assign switch. Turn on the fader start switch. Connect the control terminals of the CD player and the unit with the control cord. Select the channel to be imposed with the effects properly. Adjust the parameter knob. Lower the output level of the external effector.
The power does not turn on. The power cord is not connected. No sound or soft sound. The position of the input selector switch is wrong. The connection cord is not connected properly or disconnected. The terminal or plug is dirty. The master output level adjustment control is set too low. Noises The master output level is too high. The input level is too high. No cross fader. The cross fader switch is OFF. The Assign A and B switches are not set correctly.
The fader of the CD player The fader start switch is off. does not start. The player control terminal at the rear is not connected.
The effect channel selector is not set correctly. The parameter knob is set to minimum (MIN).
External effector noise.
The level of the input from the external effector is too high.
Abnormal functioning of this unit may be caused by static electricity, or other external interference. To restore normal operation, turn the power off and then on again.
Replacement of Cross Fader Volume Control
The unit has a structure which allows its cross fader to be replaced. Replace as follows. 1 Disconnect the power plug of the unit from the outlet. 2 Pull up the knob A of the cross fader and remove. 3 Remove the two screws B and remove the slider panel C. 4 Remove the cross fader assembly from the unit, and disconnect the connector D. 5 Remove the two screws E and replace the cross fader volume control with a new one. 6 Attach the screws E, connector D, slider panel C, screws B, and knob A of the cross fader in the reverse order of the above. Fully insert the connector D into the cross fader assembly. If it is not fully inserted, the unit will not work correctly.
D B B C
NOTES: Do not touch the internal parts of the unit or put your hand inside the unit, as this may cause injuries and damage to the unit. Be careful not to drop removed parts and screws inside the unit.
Order the cross fader assembly (DWG1473) from your nearest dealer or PIONEER authorized service center.
Input terminal (Input level/impedance) CD/LINE. 14 dBV (200 mV) / 22 k PHONO... 54 dBV (2 mV) / 47 k MAIN MIC.. 54 dBV (2 mV) / 3 k SUB MIC.. 60 dBV (1 mV) / 3 k RETURN.. 14 dBV (200 mV) / 22 k Output terminal (Output level/impedance) MASTER OUT 1 (RCA).. 0 dBV (1 V) / 1 k MASTER OUT 2 (XLR).. 4 dBm (1.23 V) / 600 MASTER OUT 3 (1/4"PHONE). 0 dBV (1 V) / 1 k BOOTH MONITOR.. 0 dBV (1 V) / 1 k SEND... 0 dBV (1 V) / 1 k PHONES... 4 dBV (0.63 V) / 22 Frequency characteristics CD/LINE.. 20 Hz to 20 kHz (0.5 dB) PHONO.. 20 Hz to 20 kHz (1.5 dB/RIAA) MIC.. 20 Hz to 20 kHz (2 dB) SN ratio CD/LINE... 85 dB PHONO... 77 dB MIC... 69 dB Total harmonic distortion rate CD/LINE ,PHONO ,MIC.. Below 0.02 % Cross talk... 70 dB Channel equalizer LOW.. +12 dB, 20 dB (100 Hz) MID.. +12 dB, 20 dB (1 kHz) HI.. +12 dB, 20 dB (10 kHz) Microphone equalizer LOW.. 12 dB (100 Hz) MID.. 12 dB (1 kHz) HI... 12 dB (10 kHz) Monitor equalizer.. 12 dB (100 Hz) Effector Delay, echo.. 0 to 680 mSec Auto pan... 0 to 3500 mSec Flanger.. 100 to 9000 mSec Reverb... 0 to 100 % Pitch shifter... 0 to 100 %
Electrical Section, Others
Power supply voltage.. AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power consumption... 41 W Operating temperature. +5 C to +35 C Operating humidity.. 5 % to 85 % External dimensions.. 320 (W) 357.4 (D) 107 (H) mm 12-5/8 (W) 14-1/16 (D) 4-3/16 (H) in Weight.. 5.9 kg (13 lb)
Power cord... 1 Short-circuit pin plug.. 4 Operating instructions... 1
NOTE: Specifications and the design are subject to possible modifications without notice, due to improvements.
Published by Pioneer Electronic Corporation. Copyright 1995 Pioneer Electronic Corporation. All rights reserved.
PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-Chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153, Japan
PIONEER NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 2265 East 220th Street, Long Beach, California 90810, U.S.A. PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R OP2, Canada
Printed in Japan <DRB1192-C>
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
The voltage can be converted by the following method.
With the voltage selector
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2005
T ZZY FEB. 2005 Printed in Japan
1. CONTRAST OF MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly. Reference Nos. indicate the pages and Nos. in the service manual for the base model. When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples. Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%, and K=10%). x 101 RD1/4PU 1 J 561 47k RD1/4PU 3 J 47 x 0.5 RN2H R K RRS1P 1 R 0 K 1R0 Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors). 5.62k 562 x RN1/4PC F
DJM-500/RELM4 and DJM-500/RELM are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No. Ref. No. Mark
B NSP P4-8 P4 - 10 P4 - 11 NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP PCB ASSEMBLIES DSP ASSY TERMINAL ASSY VR Assy PHONE JACK ASSY MIC JACK ASSY SUB Assy BAL.OUT ASSY PHONE ASSY PACKING Polyethylene Bag (0.03 x 230 x 340) Polyethylene Bag (0.06 x 230 x 340) IEC 65-6 Caution EXTERIOR Label Display Panel A Display Panel B Cord Clamper
Symbol and Description
DWX1786 DWZ1076 DWM2057 DWZ1057 DWZ1066 DWM2058 DWZ1059 DWZ1077
DWX2464 DWZ1148 DWM2210 DWZ1144 DWZ1145 DWM2211 DWZ1147 DWZ1146
P4 - 20 P4 - 21
P3 - 8 P3 - 8
Z21-038 Not used Not used
Not used AHG7117 ARM7067
P4 - 35 P4 - 57 P4 - 59 P4 - 116
DRW1739 DAH2095 DAH2096 RNE-513
DRW2268 DAH2177 DAH2178 Not used
For PCB ASSEMBLIES, Refer to CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES.
CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES TERMINAL Assy
DWZ1076 and DWZ1148 are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No. Mark Symbol and Description DWZ1076
R878 - R883 C867, C869, C875, C877, C879, C881 C868, C870, C876, C878, C880, C882 L901 - L906 RD1/4PU101J CCCSL101J50 CCCSL101J50 Not used A
RD1/4PU332J Not used CQMA221J50 LAU221J
*1 : Refer to 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PHONE Assy
and 3. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.
DWZ1077 and DWZ1146 are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No. Mark Symbol and Description DWZ1077
C602, C621, C622, C646 C1101 - C1104 C1105 - C1110 CCCSL101J50 Not used Not used
CQMA102J50 CCPUSL470J50 CCPUSL560J50 B
*4 : Refer to 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM and 3. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.
PHONE JACK Assy
DWZ1057 and DWZ1144 are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No. Mark Symbol and Description DWZ1057
C1003, C1004 Not used
*2 : Refer to 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
MIC JACK Assy
DWZ1066 and DWZ1145 are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No. Mark Symbol and Description DWZ1066
C1005 Not used
*3 : Refer to 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM and 3. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM. BAL.OUT Assy
Although DWZ1059 and DWZ1147 are different in part number, they consist of the same components.
2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
2.1 TERMINAL ASSY
TERMINAL ASSY (DWZ1148)
0.1V/div 0.2ms/div -14dB,1KHz 0.56Vp-p 50mV/div 0.2ms/div 1KHz 260mVp-p 8.04 106.3mV
20mV/div 0.2ms/div -54dB,1KHz 10mVp-p
: AUDIO SIGNAL
: PHONO2 (CH3) SIGNAL : PHONO3 (CH4) SIGNAL : CD (CH1) SIGNAL
: CD (CH2) SIGNAL : LINE1 (CH1) SIGNAL : LINE2 (CH3) SIGNAL
: RETURN SIGNAL : PHONO1 (CH2) SIGNAL
To INPUT ASSY (J102)
To INPUT ASSY (J101)
To PHONE ASSY (J151)
To DSP ASSY (J106)
3.6mV 15.19 14.1mV
0.5V/div 20ms/div 1KHz 2.6Vp-p
-15.33 14.4mV 3.9mV
To VR ASSY (J103)
1.6Vp-p 0.5V/div 0.2ms/div 1KHz
To PHONE ASSY (CN107)
2.2 PHONE ASSY
PHONE ASSY (DWZ1146)
20mV/div 0.2ms 1KHz 50mV/div 0.2ms 1KHz 280mVp-p 6mVp-p
0.1V/div 0.2ms 1KHz
0.1V/div 0.2ms 1KHz 0.54Vp-p
0.5V/div 0.2ms 1KHz 2.4Vp-p
15.2 -40mV -257mV
-45mV -44mV -1.6mV
BAL. OUT ASSY (DWZ1147)
0.5V/div 0.2ms 1KHz 1.6Vp-p
: RETURN SIGNAL : AUDIO SIGNAL
To TERMINAL ASSY (CN151)
0.5V/div 0.2ms 1KHz
To TERMINAL ASSY (CN107)
0 -0.69 -15.3
2.3 PHONE JACK and MIC JACK ASSYS
PONE JACK ASSY (DWZ1144)
To VR ASSY (2/2) (J109)
MIC JACK ASSY (DWG1145)
To VR ASSY (2/2) (J120)
3. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic diagrams. 2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB Diagrams Symbol In Schematic Diagrams B C E B C E Part Name
3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations. For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic diagram. 4. View point of PCB diagrams.
B C E B B C E D D G S G S D G S C E B C E
Transistor with resistor
Field effect transistor
3.1 PHONE JACK and MIC JACK ASSYS
PHONE JACK ASSY
SIDE A SIDE B
To VR ASSY (J109)
MIC JACK ASSY
To VR ASSY (J120)
3.2 TERMINAL ASSY
C838 C855 R853 C839 W314 W316 C891 C885 CN106 1.GNDC 2.CH2CT2 3.CH2CT1 4.CH1CT2 5.CH1CT1 6.RETURNL 7.GND W320 R803
C857 R804 C858 C859 R801 C860 R805 C861 R802 C862 R806
C863 C840 R856 C841 R855 W315 C887 C888 C801 R821 W324 GND C803 R823 IC801 R809 C864 R811 C865 R810 C866 R812 C867 R878 C868 R818 R817 R819 R820
C869 R879 C870
C856 R808 R807
C804 C R824 C802 R822 R8 C8 C806 R826 C808 R8 R828 C C810 C834 C811 R C8
C886 W317 W321
R825 C807 R827 C809
W333 W334 W339
To DSP ASSY (J106) To PHONE ASSY (J151)
8.RETURNR 9.GND 10.SENDL 11.GND 12.SENDR 13.MUTE
CN101 15.CD2R 14.GNDA 13.CD2L 12.GNDA 11.PH1L 10.GNDA 9.PH1R 8.GNDA 7.L1R 6.GNDA 5.L1L 4.GNDA 3.CD1R 2.GNDA 1.CD1L V-B W346 W347 V+8
W348 V+B W349 V-B
W350 V-8 CN151 1.V+BB 2.V-BB 3.V+8A 4.V-8A 5.SEND R 6.GND 7.SEND L 8.GND 9.RETURN R 10.GND 11.RETURN R 12.GND 13.SUB L 14.GND 15.SUB R
To VR ASSY (J101)
To PHONE ASSY (J107)
L904 L905B) (SIDE
C869 CR19 C804 C889 C812 R824 C890 R820 R815 R879 C870 R813 C872 C873 R814
C875 R880 C876 R829 R831
W311 W310 C845 C846 R870 C853 R869 W312 C854 Q804
C843 R867 C852 C844 R868 C851 W313 Q801 Q802
R883 R881 C878 R830 R832 R882 C880 R841 R843 C882 R842 R844 C826 C825 Q803
E W319 R859
C815 R847 W318
C802 R822 R833 C816
W323 C813 C823 C824 W327 R846 GND R872 W330 C828 R850 R871 W329 W332 R876 C848
C806 R826 C808 R837 C818
R834 C817 R838
R839 R828 C820
R840 C822 C835 R694 W340
C847 R851 R852 W336 R875 R873 C849 W341 C850
C810 L2R L2L
R693 PH2R PH3L PH2L PH3R
R695 R696 CN161 CN103
CN103 7.BOOST L 6.GND 5.BOOST R 4.GND 3.MASTER L 2.GND 1.MASTER R
3.MASTER R 2.GND 1.MASTER L
MUTE GND MPR GND GNDA MPL GND
o PHONE ASSY To VR ASSY (J107) (J102)
3.3 PHONE ASSY PHONE ASSY
CN121 1.V-8A 2.V+8A 3.V-BB 4.GNDA 5.V+BB
C231 W151 C253
C1107 C1108 C1105
W149 CN121 W216 W184
CP1 V0 DWZ1077DNX2237-D
W135 R232 IC231
C237 R267 R231
E 1 R244 8
R265 R245 W136 W152 W154 W140 V+15 R625
W124 IC232 R266
LL+ GNDA RIC233 C234 R242 R233 IC604 R627 W148
R+ C238 R241 R246 W130 R237
6.GNDA 7.SEND L 8.GNDA
R250 R234 R236 R238 C244 R622 C645
C628 V+8 J151 1.V+BB C620 2.V-BB 3.V+8A 4.V-8A 5.SEND R
W145 IC603 R624
W142 C623 R626
IC17 C638 C626
R607 JA601 JA602
R643 C629 R631 JA605 C601 C622 R953 C650
Q602 IC233 IC232 Q605 Q604 IC603 IC231 Q601 IC604
9.RETURN R 10.GNDA 11.RETURN L 12.GNDA 13.SUBMIC L 14.GNDA 15.SUBMIC R
D606 W132 C254 J151 W138
LRL+ R+ GNDA GNDA
CP1 V0 J251
To TERMINAL ASSY (CN151) To POWER SUP. ASSY (J121)
(SIDE B) (SIDE B)
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