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Citronic CDUSB-1 Specifications
OWNERS MANUAL
Version 1.3
Safety information
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this item near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacture’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other
items (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. The wide blade is provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into the item or the mains socket, consult
an electrician for replacement.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plug, convenience
receptacles, and point where they exit from the item.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the item. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/item
combination to avoid injury.
Unplug this item during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Serving is required when the item has
been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the item, the item has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped (note: accidental or cosmetic
damage is not covered by the items 12 month warranty)
Please keep the unit in a safe environment.
Do not store anything on top of the item.
DO NOT OPEN
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove any cover. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel only.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within the equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the use to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within the equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operation and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying this appliance.
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Main Features
Plays MP3/WAV files from USB or CDs
MP3 track listings
Headphone jack w/trim control
Fine tune BPM
Next track search
Auto cue
Real time scratch play
1/75th second frame search
Reverse play
Real time cue (“Cue on the Fly”)
8 different speed scan (4 forward/4 reverse)
Pitch display
RCA coaxial output
Large bright VFD display
Fader start control
Seamless loop (uninterrupted loop playback)
Sampler (forward & reverse sampling)
Music master tempo
10 second digital anti-shock
2000 (500 track x 4) programmable cue points
for CD
Relay playback
Memory backup, defaults to last setting
Jog wheel pitch bend +/-100%
Selectable single or continuous play
Jog wheel sensitivity adjustment
Folder search for MP3's
4 programmable cue (bank) buttons
Adjustable pitch percentages: +/-6%, +/-10%,
+/-16% or +/-100%
Instant start within 10ms (sound is produced
immediately when the PLAY button is pressed)
WAV Files: 1411kbps PCM
Accessories
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Fig. 8 cable
USB cable
RCA cable
Fader start cable
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General Functions and Controls
1.
USB PORT 1 - This is the USB port where you insert your USB mass storage device (up
to 32gb)
2.
SOURCE SELECT - Use this button to select CD/USB1/USB2/MIDI music. Hold the
SOURCE SELECT button for 2 seconds to enter MIDI mode.
3.
BRAKE, START DIAL
a. BRAKE DIAL – When the BRAKE dial is rotated to MIN, play stops instantly; when
the dial is rotated from MIN up to MAX, play slows down before coming to a
complete stop.
i. When in VINYL mode, the BRAKE dial determines the deceleration speed
until play stops, when the top of the jog wheel is held down (Note: It is advised
to hold the side of the jog wheel with one hand while doing this as any movement from the jog
wheel at this point will cause the unit to go in to scratch mode)
ii. When in CD DJ mode, this BRAKE dial determines the deceleration speed
until play stops when the PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed.
b. START DIAL - When the START dial is rotated to MIN, play will start instantly.
When the dial is rotated between MIN up to MAX, play starts slowly before reaching
full playback speed.
i. When in the VINYL mode, this START dial determines the acceleration speed
until full playback speed is reached when using the jog wheel to scratch,
backspin or stop the track.
ii. When in the CD DJ mode, this START dial determines the acceleration speed
until full playback speed is reached when the PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed.
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TEMPO RANGE BUTTON - Press the button to choose pitch percentage adjustment
percentage. ±6%, ±10%, ±16%, and ±100%. With this button you can also switch the
PITCH SLIDER on or off by pressing and holding it for 2 seconds.
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KEY LOCK - This button turns on or turns off the KEY LOCK function. This function
allows you to use the PITCH SLIDER to speed up or slow down playback speed but
without altering the tonal pitch of the track.
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TOGGLE BUTTON (WHEEL MODE) - Press the TOGGLE button to select the operation
mode: VINYL/CD DJ/A.CUE SCRATCH.
a. VINYL - When wheel mode is set to VINYL, use the JOG WHEEL to activate the
scratch effect by touching the surface of JOG WHEEL and moving it clockwise and
anti clockwise.
b. CD DJ - When wheel mode is set to CD DJ use the JOG WHEEL to pitch bend and
frame search.
c. A.CUE SCRATCH
i. IN PLAYBACK MODE - While music is playing, the JOG WHEEL can be used
to return the unit to last set CUE point (using the IN button). Simply touch
the JOG WHEEL and unit will immediately return to the last set CUE point.
ii. IN CUE MODE - While the music is not playing (CUE mode), tapping the JOG
WHEEL will start the playback. Hold your finger on the jog wheel to continue
playback. When your finger is released the music will stop and go back to
the last CUE point.
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PITCH SLIDER - This slider is used to adjust the playback pitch percentage. Move the
slider down to speed up the music and move the slider up to slow down the music.
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JOG WHEEL
a. The JOG WHEEL will act as a frame search control when the track is in the pause or
cue mode, allowing you to set a point. Pressing play with create an IN point.
b. The wheel also works as a pitch bend during playback. Turning the wheel clockwise
will increase the pitch percentage up to 100%, and turning the wheel
counterclockwise will decrease the pitch percentage down to -100%. The pitch
bend will be determined on how long you turn the jog wheel continuously.
c. The JOG WHEEL can be used with the hold of the TIME and RATIO knob to set
effects and samples parameter adjustment.
There are several varied modes which can be adjusted for Jog Wheel light ring.
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To select light ring you desired; press PRESET button to enter internal menu, and turn
FOLDER knob to search “JOG MODE” menu.
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Turn the TRACK knob to select the different MODES you want to adjust.
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Press SHIFT button and turn TRACK knob to adjust the setting value.
a.
MODE 1 - Will show the playing point indicator around the ring. You can adjust the
setting value range 1 of smallest indicator to 23 of full circle indicator.
b.
MODE 2 - Will indicate the playing point opposite (on->off / offon) when the Jog
Wheel is touched. You can adjust the setting value range 1 of smallest indicator off to
23 of full circle off.
c.
MODE 3 - Will show the playing point indicator around the ring and flash to the playing
level in both sides. You can adjust the setting value range 1 of smallest playing point
indicator to 23 of full circle indicator.
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MODE 4 - Will flash to the playing level around the ring.
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MODE 5 - Will always be on. You can adjust the setting brightness range 1 to 100.
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MODE 6 - Will flash related to the setting speed. You can adjust the setting speed range
1 of fast flash to 100 of slow flash.
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MODE 7 - Will show the playing point similar to trail effect.
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MODE 8 - Will light when the JOG WHEEL is touched.
TAP BUTTON - This button is used for manual BPM. When in manual BPM mode, tap this
button to the beat of the current track. Hold the TAP button for 1 second to activate Auto
BPM.
10. PITCH BEND BUTTONS - The desired pitch of CD increase when button “+” is held and
decreases when button “-” is held. The music returns to the original pitch when either
button is released.
11. BANK BUTTONS 1~4 - These buttons are used to store either four cue points or four
samples. (For more information go to SAVE BUTTON)
The stored CUE points will become samples when you change to another CD or USB
device to play.
12. SAMPLE BUTTON - Press this button, then press the desired BANK button to set the
sample loop mode (LED on). When sample mode is set, then sampler will mix the music
together. Press the SAMPLE button again to set the sample single mode (LED flashing),
press the SAMPLE button again to cancel sample function..
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13. SAVE BUTTON - This button can be used in a number of ways:
a. Press the button to activate memory mode (LED will glow) press your desired bank
button to store your CUE point or playing loop.
b. To store your loops and cue points that are saved in the BANKS to the system
memory for next time, press and hold the SAVE button for 2 seconds
c. RECALL MEMORY: The MPCD-X3 can store 2000 programmed cue points in 500
tracks for CD and 4 programmed cue points per track in the USB device. These
setting may be recalled at any time, even when an audio source has been removed
and loaded at a later time. To recall the bank memory with CD/USB device:
i. Turn the TRACK knob to select the track with the BANKS and “Load Cues?”
will be indicated on the VFD screen. Press MIDI PLAYER A (Y) to load or
press MIDI PLAYER B (N) not to load.
ii. Press the SAVE button (LED on) and turn the TRACK knob to select the
TRACK with BANKS that you would like to recall.
14. CLEAR BUTTON - Press CLEAR button (LED on) or hold the CLEAR button to select the
BANK buttons you would like to clear.
15. PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON – Pressing PLAY/PAUSE button will start the track instantly.
Pressing this button again will pause the current track.
16. CUE BUTTON – Can be used in a number of ways:
a. Pressing the CUE button during playback immediately stops the current track and
returns the music to the last set cue point.
b. In pause mode pressing and holding the CUE button plays the track from the last
set CUE point. Releasing CUE button will return the track to the last set CUE point.
c. Pressing and hold Cue will start the track. If PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed during
this time the track will continue to play when CUE button is released.
17. CUE PLAY BUTTON - Press CUE PLAY button to return to the last cue point and
continue playing immediately. You can also tap the button to create a BOP effect.
18. SEARCH BUTTONS – Press the
track or press the
button to quickly scan backwards through the
button to quickly scan forward through the track.
19. NEXT TRACK BUTTON - While either playing a track or in pause mode, press this
button to search for the next track you want to play on that unit. NEXT TRACK indicators
will flash and you can turn the FOLDER and TRACK knob to search for the next track you
want. Press the PRESET button to confirm your next track.
20. TRACK KNOB - This knob has three functions:
a. You can use it to select the next or previous track by turning the knob forwards or
backwards.
b. Holding down and turning the knob forwards or backwards will rapidly skip through
the tracks on your CD or USB memory by 10 tracks per click.
c. Press track knob to read the ID3 tags on the file name. Switch between: Track
name / Title / Artist / Album / Genre on the VFD.
21. REV BUTTON - Activate reverse function to play the track or sampler in reverse.
Pressing this button again will deactivate this effect.
22. FOLDER KNOB - Turn FOLDER knob to search the desired folder.
23. EJECT BUTTON - Pressing the EJECT button will eject the current CD (Note: The EJECT
function will only work when the unit is in cue or pause mode (this is to prevent
accidentally ejecting the disc when in play mode).
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24. IN BUTTON - Pressing the IN button sets a CUE POINT without music interruption. This
button also used to set the starting point of a seamless loop.
25. OUT BUTTON - This button is used to set the ending point of a loop. A loop is started by
pressing the IN button to select the starting point and the OUT button to set the loop
ending point. The loop will continue to play until the OUT button is pressed once again.
26. RELOOP BUTTON - If a SEAMLESS LOOP has been made, but the CD player is not
actively in seamless loop mode, pressing the RELOOP button will instantly reactivate the
seamless loop mode. To exit loop, press the out button. RELOOP will appear in the VFD
display when the RELOOP function is available. When in loop mode, hold RELOOP button
(LED: IN/OUT/RELOOP will flash and “OUT EDIT” will be indicated on the VFD. You can
now use the JOG wheel to edit the out point, then press RELOOP button again to exit
editing.
27. EFFECTS AND PARAMETER BUTTONS
a. EFFECTS - The below buttons add effects to the music. The volume and length of
the effects can be controlled by a combination of the PARAMETER BUTTONS and
JOG WHEEL.
i. ECHO BUTTON – This button is used to add an ECHO effect your output
signal.
ii. FLANGER BUTTON – The FLANGER effect distorts the output signal and
creates an effect similar to the frequency phasing in and out of each other.
iii. FILTER BUTTON – The FILTER effect tweaks the original sound to add
different tonal definition.
b. PARAMETERS:
i. TIME BUTTON - (X parameter) You can set the time parameter in one of
two ways. The first is to press the FX SYNC button and select the FX beat
value (see FX SYNC section later on) or by pressing the TIME button and
rotating the JOG WHEEL clockwise to increase the length of the effect or
anti clockwise to decrease the level of the effect.
ii. RATIO BUTTON - (Y parameter) You can set the ratio parameter by
selecting this button and rotating the JOG WHEEL clockwise to increase the
level of the effect or anti-clockwise to decrease the level of the effect
Note: For the above when the JOG WHEEL has stopped moving the ratio will return to the
default setting.
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iii. HOLD BUTTON – Activating the HOLD button in combination with one of
the above TIME or RATIO buttons allows you to lock the default level of
either parameter. When the desired level is set, deactivate the hold button
for continued normal use.
iv. AUTO LOOP BUTTON - Press this button to activate AUTO LOOP function.
Press the IN button to select the start of the loop and OUT point will be
found automatically according to the BPM value. (Note: The length of the
loop is determined by the LOOP SET values (See LOOP SET section later on)
28. MIDI A/B – When the unit is in MIDI mode press this button to switch between player
A/B
29. SGL/CTN BUTTON - This function allows you to choose between single track play or
continuous track play (all tracks in order with no delay between tracks). This function
also operates in RELAY mode. With this button you can also switch auto cue on and off,
by holding the button down for 1 second.
30. TIME BUTTON - The button will switch the time value described in the TIME METER
between ELAPSED playing time, TRACK remaining time and TOTAL remaining time.
31. FX SYNC / LOOP SET
SET (Red LED) mode.
- Use this button to select FX SYNC (Green LED) or LOOP
a. FX SYNC - This is used to select the delay time of an effect to the beat of music.
The beat delay ratios are 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, and 4/1. To turn off auto beat
button for 1 second.
sync press and hold
b. LOOP SET - When the loop set function is activated, select the beat bar of 1/2, 1,
2, 4, 8, 16 (1 bar = 4 beat) at which you would like to end your desired loop.
32. SHIFT BUTTON - Hold the SHIFT button enables to call up a second function.
33. POWER CONNECTOR - This connection is used to connect your main power (use Fig.8
cable provided)
34. POWER BUTTON - This button is used to turn your unit power on and off.
35. RELAY SOCKET – Used to connect a CD player to a mixer with “Fader start” function. It
allows you to start the track by moving the crossfader rather than pressing the
PLAY/PAUSE button.
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36. DIGITAL OUT – A digital output connector for connecting the device to digital recording
devices or digital amplifiers.
37. USB MIDI PORT - Use this jack to connect to a computer or another MPCD-X3 player.
38. USB 2 PORT - This is the USB port where you insert your USB mass storage device.
39. HEADPHONE JACK & VOLUME CONTROL - This 6.3mm jack socket is used to connect
your headphones. The volume control is located next to it.
40. AUDIO OUT R & L - Audio out signals. Connect stereo RCA cable from audio out to a
mixer's line input.
41. PLAY INDICATOR - The play indicator will glow when the unit is in play mode.
42. PAUSE INDICATOR - The pause indicator will glow when the unit is in pause mode.
43. CUE INDICATOR - This indicator will glow when the unit is in CUE mode and will flash
every time a new CUE POINT is set.
44. TOUCH INDICATOR - This appears when anything touches the JOG WHEEL.
45. FOLDER DISPLAY - This indicates which folder you are in.
46. CHARACTER DISPLAY - This will display the name of the track and album when an MP3
track is loaded.
47. BPM METER - This meter will display the BPM (beats per minute) of the current track.
AUTO BPM - This will indicate that the AUTO BPM counter is active.
48. MEMORY BUCKET - This indicator serves two functions. The bucket symbol details the
cue memory status, a full bucket outline indicates the cue memory is full. The five bars
in the memory bucket detail the digital buffer. Each bar indicates 2 seconds. The search
functions will not operate until all the bars are full.
49. CD/USB INDICATOR - This indicates which port is active. Use the SOURCE button to
select your desired port.
50. TEMPO LOCK - This will indicate the TEMPO LOCK function is active.
51. PITCH INDICATOR - This meter will display the pitch percentage applied by the pitch
slider.
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52. TIME BAR INDICATOR - This bar gives a visual approximation of a track or discs time.
This bar will begin to flash when a track is ending.
53. TIME METER - These indicators will detail the current minutes, seconds, and frames.
The meter will display either the elapse, total, or remaining time of a track or the entire
disc. The display time will depend on the selected time function. The selected time
function will be displayed above the TIME METER as total remaining, remaining track
time or elapsed track name.
54. REMAIN / ELAPSED INDICATOR - When REMAIN is indicated in the VFD display the
TIME METER will show the current track's remaining time. When ELAPSED is indicated in
the VFD display the TIME METER will show the current track's elapsed time.
55. TRACK DISPLAY - This indicator describes which track is currently cued or is playing.
56. SINGLE INDICATOR - This indicates that the track is in single play mode, the track will
play once and return to CUE mode. If the single indicator is not on, the unit is in
continuous mode.
57. RELOOP INDICATOR - Appears when LOOP is engaged or ready to be engaged.
58. AUTO CUE - This will indicate if the AUTO CUE is on or off. Press and hold the SGL/CTN
for 1 second to turn the AUTO CUE function on and off.
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Internal Menu
Press PRESET BUTTON to enter the internal menu, and turn FOLDER KNOB to search through the
different menu.
Turn the TRACK KNOB or JOG WHEEL to change the submenus; press PRESET BUTTON to save
your settings and exit the menu.
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JOG MODE - Select JOG LED mode (mode range is 1~8)
PLAYLIST - Normal / Title/ Artist / Album/ Genre (for USB)
Sensitivity -Touch wheel sensitivity adjustment (Adjustment range is -20~+20)
Pitch Bend - Pitch range +/-1%~100%
Line Setup - L1 mode = 1~3 (Line 1 mode)
a. L2 mode = 1~3 (Line 2 mode)
b. Dis = 0.5~12.0 sec. (LINE NAME start/stop time adjustment)
c. Run = 50~2000 msec. (LINE NAME move time adjustment)
6. INTENSITY - VFD Brightness (Brightness range is 1~4)
7. A.CUE LEVEL - Change the AUTO CUE Level (Level range is -36~-78db)
8. MIDI CC TYPE - Change the send of REL.(RELATIVE), ABS.(ABSOLUTE), Note: For
FOLDER /TRACK/ WHEEL under MIDI mode.
a. MIDI SETUP - USB = MIDI/LINK (USB MIDI JACK function)
i. MIDI CH = Player MIDI CH 1~16 selection
ii. JOG OUTPUT (0~30 ms) (Control JOG MIDI max. send time)
iii. Pulse = (1024 or 512) (Select sensor to send Pulse)
iv. I/O DISPLAY/Hide (display/hide MIDI I/O value)
v. EDIT = ON/OFF (Set MIDI NOTE and MIDI LED code on/off; ON→default
value)
vi. NAME = MIDI (B~H) (2 more devices connection)
b. MIDI NOTE EDIT - Edit the send MIDI NOTE code (Please refer MIDI MAP)
c. MIDI LED EDIT -Edit the received MIDI LED code (Please refer MIDI MAP)
d. Repeat Mode - Play FOLDER repeat
e. Bit Rate - Display ON - Display OFF
f. Version - CON: VerXX(Control version) - BUF: VerXX(Buffer version) - SER:
VerXX(Servo version) - DSP: VerXX(DSP version)
g. Load Default - Press TRACK Knob to enter load defaults.
h. EXIT & SAVE - Exit & Save setting to next power on (Press the TRACK KNOB to
fast exit & save in any operating mode)
Note:
Save: PITCH ON/OFF, PITCH RANGE, SGL/CTN, AUTO CUE, TIME MODE, HOLD, KEY LOCK,
EFFECTS ON/OFF, SENITIVITY, DISPLAY/SCROLL TIME/JOG MODE/ INTENSITY/ A.CUE LEVEL/
MIDI CC TYPE/ MIDI CH/ MIDI SETUP
Defaults: PITCH (ON), PITCH RANGE (10%), (CTN), AUTO CUE(ON), TIME MODE (REMAIN),
HOLD(OFF), KEY LOCK(OFF), EFFECTS(OFF), SENITIVITY(0), PITCH BEND(PITCH RANGE), BIT
RATE(Disp. ON), JOG MODE(MODE1,1), INTENSITY(4), A. CUE LEVEL(-48db), MIDI CC TYPE
(REL.), MIDI CH(CH 1,2), MIDI SETUP(JOGOUT 0 ms) (PULSE 1024) (I/O HIDE), REPEAT MODE
(OFF), LINE SETUP (LINE 1 DISPLAY=2/LINE 2 DISPLAY=1), (DISPLAY (1 sec)/RUN (150msec)
TIME), PLAYLIST (NORMAL)
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Data Backup
DATABASE BUILDER:
Database management software for the MPCD-X3 enables you to search for your files by Title,
Artist, Album and Genre.
Installation: Refer to the following figures for installing database management software on your
computer.
Download available at www.citronic.com
STEP 1: Click next >
STEP 2: Click next >
STEP 3: Click install
STEP 4: Processing
STEP 5: Click finish
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The database builder will scan your USB hard drive and create database files to locate the files in
your music library in your favor.
Scan and create: Refer to the following figures to process scanning and creating database.
NOTE for Vista users please right click the icon and select “RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR”
STEP 1: Select the desired USB
hard drive and click build
STEP 2: Processing
STEP 3: complete
NOTE: Please re-create the database builder whenever you change the contents of your USB
device.
PLAYLIST:
1.
2.
Press and hold the PRESET button to enter the internal menu, and turn FOLDER knob to
search PLAYLIST menus.
Turn the TRACK knob to select “Normal/ Title/ Artist/ Album/ Genre” (for USB only). And
press the PRESET button again to save your setting and exit the menu. ex: to
select ”Artist”
a. Hold and turn the FOLDER knob you can select the folder you like by first letter of
Album and the Albums are arranged in alphabet order.
b. Turn the FOLDER knob; or hold the FOLDER knob and turn JOG WHEEL to select
next ”Artist”.
c. Each press TRACK knob you can select the ID3 of track you like to indicate.
d. Turn the TRACK knob; or hold the TRACK knob and turn JOG WHEEL to select the
track you like.
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System Requirements
CPU: Intel Pentium 4, 1 x GHz processor, Intel Centrino Mobile Technology 1.6GHz or
above
RAM: 512MB
DISK SPACE: 100MB of free disk space needed
OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, Windows 7
Link Up
With this function a USB device can be loaded into one MPCD-X3, the connected to another
MPCD-X3 as a connected host USB player. Follow the directions below to setup the link function.
MAIN PLAYER:
1. Press the PRESET button to enter the internal menu.
2. Once you are in the internal menu, turn the FOLDER knob until MIDI SETUP is displayed.
3. Press the SHIFT button and turn TRACK knob until the USB = LINK is displayed, and
press the PRESET button to save the setting and exit.
4. Now load your USB1 device into the MAIN PLAYER.
5. Connect the MAIN PLAYER using the rear USB MIDI port to the second player top USB 1
port.
6. You should now be able to access the main player loaded USB device using the second
player controls.
(NOTE: The USB1 port must be used for storage device and read first before connecting
the second player)
MAIN PLAYER (with loaded USB Device)
USB CABLE
SECOND PLAYER
WARNING:
It is recommended that the USB cable be at least
28 gauge or higher and no more than 2 meters long.
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MIDI MAP (Hexadecimal)
SW name
FOLDER
TRACK
JOG
Type
SW/ENC
SW/ENC
SW/ENC
MIDI 1
2B/31
25/33
13/35
MIDI 2(Hold SHIFT)
6A/70
64/72
52/74
Remarks
CC TYPE = RELATIVE
CC TYPE = RELATIVE
CC TYPE = RELATIVE
FOLDER
TRACK
JOG
CW/CCW
CW/CCW
CW/CCW
31/32
33/34
35/36
70/71
72/73
74/75
CC TYPE = NOTE
CC TYPE = NOTE
CC TYPE = NOTE
FOLDER
TRACK
ENC/CENTER
ENC/CENTER
31/0F
33/15
70/4E
72/54
CC TYPE = ABSOLUTE
CC TYPE = ABSOLUTE
PITCH SLIDER
START
BRAKE
VR/CENTER
VR
VR
PITCHBEND/18
27
2D
76/57
66
6C
PLAY/PAUSE
CUE
NEXT TRACK
HOLD
FX TIME
FX RATIO
ECHO
FLANG.
FILTER
LOOP
IN
OUT
RELOOP
REV
CLEAR
SAVE
SAMPLE
KEY LOCK
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<
>
WHEEL MODE
TEMP RANGE
1
2
3
4
1/2 (RED)
1 (LED)
2 (LED)
4 (LED)
8 (LED)
16 (LED)
1/2 (GREEN)
3/4 (GREEN)
1/1 (GREEN)
2/1 (GREEN)
TEMP RANGE 6
TEMP RANGE 16
LOOP SET
A. CUE SCRATCH
CDJ
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED
SW/LED (Fx SYNC)
SW/LED (1/4)
SW/LED (4/1)
SW/LED (VINYL)
SW/LED (10)
SW/LED/LED2
SW/LED/LED2
SW/LED/LED2
SW/LED/LED2
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
02/02
2E/2E
10/10
11/11
0B/0B
2F/2F
05/05
29/29
23/23
30/30
04/04
17/17
1D/1D
0A/0A
08/08
0E/0E
2C/2C
1E/1E
0C/0C
19/19
12/12
24/24
2A/2A
14/14/31
1/A/1A/32
20/20/33
26/26/34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
41/02
6D/2E
4F/10
50/11
4A/0B
6E/2F
44/05
68/29
62/23
6F/30
43/04
56/17
5C/1D
49/0A
47/08
4D/0E
6B/2C
5D/1E
4B/0C
58/19
51/12
63/24
69/2A
53/14/31
59/1A/32
5F/20/33
65/26/34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
DISC EJECT
SGL/CTN
TIME
SHIFT
ENTER
<<
>>
CUE PLAY
TAP
PITCH BEND PITCH BEND +
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
0D
1
1F
45
16
1C
22
28
7
3
9
4C
40
5E
-55
5B
61
67
46
42
48
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1. CC-ABSOLUTE (VR)
Control Change messages are sent with status 0xBn, where n is the channel, for the
specified CC controller. Thus the controller MIDI ID is indicated with the channel along
with the CC number. The value from 0x00 to 0x7F, directly related to the location of the
controller.
2. CC-RELATIVE (ENC)
Control Change messages are status 0xBn, where n is the channel, for the specified CC
controller. Thus the controller MIDI ID is indicated with the channel along with the CC
number. The value from 0x40 to indicate the change in the controller. This is an offset to
0x40 “one’s complement” notation.
A message with data 0x43 indicates a positive change of 3.
A messages with data 0x31 indicates a negative change of 15.
3. SWITCH ON/OFF (SW,CENTER,CW,CCW)
These messages are used for switches.
Control Change messages are sent with status 0x9n, SWITCH On and Off value are 0x7F
and 0x00, where n is the channel.
4. LED ON/OFF (LED)
These messages are used for LED.
Control Change messages are sent with status 0x9n, LED On and Off value are 0x7F and
0x00, where n is the channel.
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Specification:
Model:
POWER:
DIMENSION:
WEIGHT
MPCD-X3, Digital media player
AC100-240V, 50/60Hz, 19Watts
296 (D) X 218 (W) X 103.5 (H) mm
2.5 kg
Note: Specifications and design are subject to change without notice for purpose of improvement.
AUDIO CHARACTERISTICS: (CD Test disc: TCD-782; USB Test format: MP3, 128kbps;
load=100K ohm)
ITEM
(1) OUTPUT LEVEL
TYPICAL
LIMIT
CONDITION
1KHz, 0dB
CD
2V +/-0.5dB
2V +/-1dB
USB1,2
1.85V +/-0.5dB
1.85V +/-1dB
WITHIN 0.2dB
WITHIN 1dB
1KHz, 0dB
0dB OUTPUT
(2) CHANNEL
BALANCE
(3) FREQUENCY
RESPONSE
CD
17-20KHz +/-0.4dB
17-20KHz +/-1dB
USB1,2
17-16KHz +/-0.2dB
17-16KHz +/-1dB
(4) DE-EMPHASIS
CD
-20dB +/-0.2dB
-20dB +/-1dB
16KHz,-20dB
(5) CHANNEL
SEPARATION(*2)
CD, USB1,2
91dB
85dB
1KHz, 0dB
CD
0.006%
0.01%
1KHz, 0dB
USB1,2
0.007%
0.01%
1KHz, 0dB
126dB
90dB
1KHz, 0dB
0.35V +/-0.5dB
0.35V +/-1dB
1KHz, -20dB
0.5 +/-0.03V P-P
0.5 +/-0.1V P-P
75 ohm load
(6) THD+N (*1)
(7) S/N RATIO (*2)
(8) PHONES OUTPUT
LEVEL
(9) DIGITAL OUTPUT
LEVEL
CD
Note : *1: With 20KHz low pass filter
*2: With 20KHz low pass filter, "IHF-A" weighted
MP3 FORMAT
Disc Format
USB Format
MP3 Format
Applicable file extensions
mp3 . MP3 . mP3 . Mp3
ISO9660
max. 63 characters
Joliet
max. 63 characters
CD-ROM sector format
mode-1 only
Max. number of Folders
255
Max. number of files
max. 999 files (* note #1)
File System
FAT 12/16/32
Applicable file extensions
mp3. MP3. mP3. Mp3
Max. number of Folders
999
Max. number of files
max. 999 files
MPEG 1 Layer 3 standard (ISO/IEC 111723), which provides for single channel
(‘mono’) and two-channel (‘stereo’) coding
at sampling rates of 32, 44.1 and 48kHz.
32/40/48/56/80/96/112/128/160/192/224/256/320
kbps
MPEG 2 Layer 3 standard (ISO/IEC 138183), which provides for similar coding at
sampling rates of 16, 22.05 and 24 kHz.
MPEG 2.5 Layer 3 standard, which provides
for similar coding at sampling rates of 8,
11.025 and 12 kHz.
Xing/VBRI VBR
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/144/160 Kbps
Xing/VBRI VBR
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/144/160 Kbps
Xing/VBRI VBR
Disc at Once and Track at Once
Disc Writing Method
Multi Session
If the 1st session is CDDA, you can playback Only
CDDA track, If the 1st session is MP3, you can
playback only MP3 file.
Note #1: max.255 files each folder
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