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PIONEER CDJ-1000MKII
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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BASIC OPERATION: DJ PLAYER OPERATION
1. During playback, press the CUE button.
¶ This will take you back to the set track position.

[Amending the Cue point]

5. During playback, rotate the Jog dial while holding the SEARCH button (1, ¡) depressed. (Super-fast search)
Hold down the button while turning the Jog dial in the direction you wish to search to enter fast forward or fast reverse mode.

2. In the VINYL mode, to set the Cue point, go through steps 2 and 3 as mentioned above. 7 Real-time cue
÷ The SEARCH buttons (1, ¡) can now be used to modify the cue point, in the same way as for the CDJ mode.

6. Rotate the Jog dial while holding the TRACK SEARCH button (4, ¢) depressed. (Super-fast track search)

During playback, press the LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE button at the desired Cue point. ¶ This point will then be recorded as the new Cue point.

7 Checking cue points (Cue point sampler)

After specifying a cueing point, press the CUE button. ¶ The sound at the specified Cue point will continue to play as long as the CUE button is pressed.

While holding the TRACK SEARCH button (4, ¢)depressed, rotate the Jog dial in the direction in which you wish to perform track search; accelerated high-speed track search will begin in accordance with the direction and mount of rotation. NOTE: The Jog dial contains a switch. Do not put objects on the Jog dial or apply too much force. Do not put drinks on the Jog dial as it may leak inside the dial and be the cause of a malfunction.

7 Returning to a Cue point (Back cue) 1. During playback, press the CUE button.
¶ The player will return to the specified Cue point.

Mixing Different Tracks
(Example: Mix track B with currently playing track A from the main speakers.) ÷ Connect CD1 to the DJ mixer’s CH 1, and connect CD 2 to CH 2. ÷ Raise the TRIM, CHANNEL FADER, and MASTER LEVEL settings appropriately so that sound is produced from CD1.

2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (3/8).

¶ Playback will begin immediately from the specified Cue point.

Changing Playback Speed (*)
Pull the Tempo Control knob towards you. Slide the knob towards you (+) to increase the tempo and slide it away from you (–) to decrease it. ¶ The rate of change in playback speed (tempo) is shown in the display. ¶ The playback speed can be changed without changing the pitch ( “Applying Master Tempo”).

1. Set the DJ Mixer’s CROSS FADER slider at its left side (CH 1).
÷ Track A is heard from speakers.

2. Load a CD on player CD2. 3. Press the TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ¢) on player CD2 to find and select track B. 4. Set the DJ Mixer’s MONITOR SELECTOR button CH 2 to ON. 5. Rotate the DJ Mixer’s MONITOR LEVEL so that track B can be heard from the headphones.
÷ Only track A is heard from the main speakers.

7 Selecting range of tempo adjustment
Press the TEMPO ±6/±10/±16/±100 WIDE button. Each time the button is pressed the variable range of the Tempo Control knob changes as follows: ±6%, ±10%, ±16% and ±100%. You can adjust as follows: at ±6% :0.02%units, at ±10%:0.05%units, at ±16% :0.05%units, at ±100%:0.5%units. ¶ The set variable range value is indicated in the display. (When ±100% is selected, the WIDE indicator appears in the display.)

6. Set cueing for track B on the headphones.
1 With player CD2 in the playback mode, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) to hear the point you wish to cue. ÷ When the JOG MODE is set to CDJ, the unit will enter audible pause mode (sound can be heard); when set to VINYL, the unit will enter inaudible pause mode (no sound can be heard). 2 Rotate player CD2’s Jog dial and search for the track’s Cue point (first beat). 3 When you have settled on the Cue point, press the CUE button on player CD2. ÷ The player’s sound will be muted and cueing will be completed.

7 Resetting tempo

Press the TEMPO RESET button. The Tempo Reset indicator lights and the rate of tempo variation is reset to [0] (normal tempo) regardless of Tempo Control knob setting. ¶ One more press of the TEMPO RESET button cancels the reset and speed setting made with the Tempo Control knob is valid again.

Applying Master Tempo (*)
Press the MASTER TEMPO button during playback. The MASTER TEMPO button and the [MT] indicator light. The speed (tempo) can now be changed using the Tempo Control knob but the pitch (key) does not change. ¶ Sound quality will be degraded when subjected to digital processing.

7. Simultaneously press player CD2’s PLAY/PAUSE button (6) when track A is heard from the speakers.

Jog Dial Functions (*)
1. Turning the Jog dial during playback (pitch bending)
(When the JOG MODE SELECT button is set to VINYL, touch the Jog dial side. The Jog dial operates differently when the surface of the Jog dial is pressed.) ¶ In proportion to the amount of rotation, the playback speed is accelerated (FWD+) or decelerated (REV–). When in the reverse mode, the playback speed accelerates when the dial is rotated in the REV– direction, and decelerates when rotated in the FWD+ direction. ¶ When rotation stops, the disc returns to normal speed.

÷ Only track A will be heard from the main speakers. ÷ Track B will be heard from the headphones. 8. Move the TEMPO slider to match the tempo (BPM=Beat Per Minutes) of tracks A and B. Move the TEMPO slider of player CD2 so that the BPM of track B matches those of track A. ÷ When the two BPM rates match, the BPM synchronization is complete.

9. Press the CUE button on player CD2. 10.As soon as track A is heard from the speakers, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) on player CD2.
÷ Track B begins playing. ÷ Player CD2 will enter pause mode at the Cue point.

2. Turning Jog dial during playback (scratch play) 3. Turning the Jog dial in pause mode (frame search)
(When JOG MODE is set to CDJ, the unit enters the audible pause mode, and when set to VINYL, the unit enters the ordinary muted pause mode (no audible sound); CD sound is played back at a speed corresponding to the speed with which the Jog dial is rotated.) ¶ Searches can be performed in 1-frame increments. ¶ When the CD is rotated once using the Jog dial, 1.8 seconds (135 frames) of music is played back. (See page 14: Scratch Play)

11.While checking the sound on the headphones, gradually move the DJ Mixer’s CROSS FADER slider from left to right.

7 Long mix play

÷ The sound of track A from the speakers will steadily become mixed with the sound of track B. ÷ When the DJ Mixer’s CROSS FADER slider has moved all the way to the right side, the sound heard from the speaker will have changed from track A to track B, and the operation is complete. If the BPM rates match, mixing of tracks A and B will sound good even if the CROSS FADER slider is in the middle position.

4. During playback or turning in the pause condition (Spin)
Refer the [How to Spin] advanced operation.

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