DJM-2000 Nexus User Manual
English
DJM-2000NXS
DJM-2000nexus
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Operating Instructions
Mode d’emploi
Français
DJ MIXER
TABLE DE MIXAGE
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.
In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings.
However the method of connecting and operating the unit is the same.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
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.
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A
grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
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11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus 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 apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture,
does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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NOTE:
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.
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Product Name: DJ MIXER
Model Number: DJM-2000NXS
Responsible Party Name: PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
SERVICE SUPPORT DIVISION
Address: 1925 E. DOMINGUEZ ST. LONG BEACH, CA 90810-1003, U.S.A.
Phone: 1-800-421-1404
URL: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com
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WARNING
Operating Environment
This equipment is not waterproof. To prevent a fire or
shock hazard, do not place any container filled with
liquid near this equipment (such as a vase or flower
pot) or expose it to dripping, splashing, rain or
moisture.
Operating environment temperature and humidity:
+5 °C to +35 °C (+41 °F to +95 °F); less than 85 %RH
(cooling vents not blocked)
Do not install this unit in a poorly ventilated area, or in
locations exposed to high humidity or direct sunlight (or
strong artificial light)
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WARNING
Before plugging in for the first time, read the following
section carefully.
The voltage of the available power supply differs
according to country or region. Be sure that the
power supply voltage of the area where this unit
will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., 230 V
or 120 V) written on the side panel.
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WARNING
This product equipped with a three-wire grounding
(earthed) plug - a plug that has a third (grounding) pin.
This plug only fits a grounding-type power outlet. If you
are unable to insert the plug into an outlet, contact a
licensed electrician to replace the outlet with a properly
grounded one. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounding plug.
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WARNING
To prevent a fire hazard, do not place any naked flame
sources (such as a lighted candle) on the equipment.
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VENTILATION CAUTION
When installing this unit, make sure to leave space
around the unit for ventilation to improve heat radiation
(at least 5 cm at rear, and 3 cm at each side).
WARNING
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product,
and to protect it from overheating. To prevent fire
hazard, the openings should never be blocked or
covered with items (such as newspapers, table-cloths,
curtains) or by operating the equipment on thick carpet
or a bed.
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WARNING
Store small parts out of the reach of children and
infants. If accidentally swallowed, contact a doctor
immediately.
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If the AC plug of this unit does not match the AC
outlet you want to use, the plug must be removed
and appropriate one fitted. Replacement and
mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of
this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel. If connected to an AC outlet, the
cut-off plug can cause severe electrical shock. Make
sure it is properly disposed of after removal.
The equipment should be disconnected by removing
the mains plug from the wall socket when left unused
for a long period of time (for example, when on
vacation).
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CAUTION
The POWER switch on this unit will not completely
shut off all power from the AC outlet. Since the power
cord serves as the main disconnect device for the
unit, you will need to unplug it from the AC outlet to
shut down all power. Therefore, make sure the unit
has been installed so that the power cord can be
easily unplugged from the AC outlet in case of an
accident. To avoid fire hazard, the power cord should
also be unplugged from the AC outlet when left
unused for a long period of time (for example, when
on vacation).
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WARNING: Handling the cord on this product or
cords associated with accessories sold with the
product may expose you to chemicals listed on
proposition 65 known to the State of California and
other governmental entities to cause cancer and
birth defect or other reproductive harm.
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Information to User
Alterations or modifications carried out without
appropriate authorization may invalidate the user’s
right to operate the equipment.
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POWER-CORD CAUTION
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
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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.
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Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power
cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a
short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a
piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the
cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other
cords. The power cords should be routed such that they
are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord
can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check
the power cord once in a while. When you find it
damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized
service center or your dealer for a replacement.
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The Safety of Your Ears is in Your Hands
Get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a
safe level – a level that lets the sound come through
clearly 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.
ESTABLISH A SAFE LEVEL:
7 Set your volume control at a low setting.
7 Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it
comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
7 Once you have established a comfortable sound
level, set the dial and leave it there.
BE SURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING
GUIDELINES:
7 Do not turn up the volume so high that you can’t
hear what’s around you.
7 Use caution or temporarily discontinue use in
potentially hazardous situations.
7 Do not use headphones while operating a motorized
vehicle; the use of headphones may create a traffic
hazard and is illegal in many areas.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
THE MODEL NUMBER AND SERIAL NUMBER OF
THIS EQUIPMENT ARE ON THE REAR OR BOTTOM.
RECORD THESE NUMBERS ON PAGE 33 FOR
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FUTURE REFERENCE.
Contents
How to read this manual
In this manual, names of channels and buttons indicated on the product, names of menus in the software, etc., are indicated within square
brackets ([ ]). (e.g. [MASTER] channel, [ON/OFF], [File] menu)
Before start
Features ....................................................................................................... 6
What’s in the box ........................................................................................ 6
Connections
Rear panel ................................................................................................... 7
Connecting input terminals ....................................................................... 8
Connecting output terminals .................................................................... 8
Connecting to the control panel................................................................ 9
Connecting a computer ............................................................................. 9
About the USB audio driver software ....................................................... 9
Operation
Control Panel ............................................................................................ 12
Basic Operation ........................................................................................ 13
Advanced Operations ............................................................................... 15
List of MIDI Messages .............................................................................. 21
Types of BEAT EFFECT.............................................................................. 26
Changing the settings
Setting preferences .................................................................................. 28
About the auto standby function............................................................. 28
Additional information
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 29
About the liquid crystal display ............................................................... 30
About trademarks and registered trademarks ...................................... 30
Block Diagram .......................................................................................... 31
Specifications............................................................................................ 32
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Before start
Features
This unit is a high-performance DJ mixer designed for professional DJs,
which, in addition to its high sound quality design, is equipped with a
multi-touch panel and various types of interface and effect functions
enabling new styles of DJ performing.
TOUCH PANEL EFFECT
This unit uses a large 5.8-inch LCD multi-touch panel. When
used in combination with effect functions ([BEAT SLICE REMIX],
[FREQUENCY MIX] and [SIDECHAIN REMIX]), operations can be performed intuitively while checking the effect by sight and sound.
PRO DJ LINK
When a Pioneer DJ player supporting PRO DJ LINK (e.g. CDJ-2000nexus,
CDJ-2000, CDJ-900), a computer on which rekordbox is installed and this
unit are connected by LAN cable, the PRO DJ LINK functions below can
be used.
For details, see About PRO DJ LINK on page 15.
䢢 SD & USB Export
䢢 rekordbox LINK Export
䢢 SYNC MASTER
䢢 LIVE SAMPLER
䢢 BEAT SLICE REMIX
䢢 LINK MONITOR
The track for the specified channel can be sampled and looped. The
track that is looping can be arranged by operating the touch panel, so
new loop phrases can be created on the spot.
䢢 STATUS INFORMATION
䢢 FREQUENCY MIX
The track frequencies are divided into seven bands and displayed graphically. Fader control on the touch panel makes it easier to grasp the
details and mix two channels or swap instruments (parts).
SOUND CARD
䢢 SIDECHAIN REMIX
This unit is equipped with sound card/USB audio interface allowing up
to four audio sources from one computer to be assigned to the different
channels and mixed. Furthermore, the master channel output signals
can be output to the computer, a great convenience for example for
recording the mixed sound.
The sound of a specific channel can be used as the trigger to apply
effects to the sound of other channels. Operation of the touch panel’s
pad makes it possible to process sound dynamically.
CH FADER
INST FX
This unit is equipped with six types of effects (NOISE, ZIP, CRUSH, JET,
HPF, LPF). Effects can be obtained simply by turning the [FILTER] controls for the different channels for improvisational performances, and the
desired effects can be achieved by adjusting the [PARAMETER] control.
BEAT EFFECT
The DJM series’ well-received BEAT EFFECT function has been
carried over and further evolved. This unit is equipped with an
[EFFECT FREQUENCY] function allowing the amount of the effect
applied to be adjusted by frequency range, for even greater playing
freedom than before.
Compared to the previous DJM-2000, this unit uses a high performance
channel fader with improved endurance against deterioration due to
dust or liquid getting on the fader. Smooth operation is maintained even
in rough usage environments.
HIGH SOUND QUALITY
Measures have been taken to improve sound quality for both the digital
and analog inputs and outputs. Sound processing with 96 kHz sampling,
a 24-bit high sound quality A/D converter and a 32-bit high sound quality
D/A converter achieves more powerful, higher grade sound.
This unit supports 48 kHz 16 bit, 48 kHz 24 bit and 44.1 kHz 16 bit USB
audio signals.
What’s in the box
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CD-ROM
USB cable
Power cord
Operating instructions (this document)
Warranty card (page 33 of this manual)
English
Connections
Be sure to turn off the power and unplug the power cord from the power outlet whenever making or changing connections.
Refer to the operating instructions for the component to be connected.
Connect the power cord after all the connections between devices have been completed.
Be sure to use the included power cord.
Rear panel
1
2
345 6
CH4
PHONO
L
CD
3 7 5
8
9
6
3 7 52
CH3
LINE
SIGNAL GND
345
CH2
CD
LINE
L
L
a
CH1
CD
CD
PHONO
SIGNAL GND
L
DIGITAL
OFF
ON
POWER
OUT
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
CD DIGITAL
R
CH4
CH3 IN CH2
CH1
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
BOOTH
MASTER2 REC OUT
L
MASTER1
R
L
SEND
RETURN
R
CH 3
CH 1
COMPUTER 1
MIDI OUT
TRS
R
MASTER
ATT.
AC IN
CD DIGITAL
R
R
L
R
L(MONO)
R
USB
L(MONO)
LINK
-6dB -3dB 0dB
R
1GND
CH 4
2HOT
CH 2
COMPUTER 2
3COLD
l
k
j i
h
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1 POWER button (page 13)
Turns this unit’s power on and off.
2 PHONO terminals (page 8)
Connect to a phono level (MM cartridge) output device. Do not input
line level signals.
3 CD terminals (page 8)
Connect to a DJ player or a line level output component.
4 SIGNAL GND terminal (page 8)
Connects an analog player’s ground wire here. This helps reduce
noise when the analog player is connected.
5 CD, DIGITAL (page 13)
Selects the analog signal input terminals (CD) or the digital signal
input terminals (DIGITAL IN).
6 LINE terminals (page 8)
f
e
d
c
b
e RETURN terminals (page 8)
Connect to the output terminal of an external effector. When the [L
(MONO)] channel only is connected, the [L (MONO)] channel input
is simultaneously input to the [R] channel.
f SEND terminals (page 8)
Connect to the input terminal of an external effector. When the [L
(MONO)] channel only is connected, a monaural audio signal is
output.
g BOOTH terminals (page 8)
Output terminals for a booth monitor, compatible with balanced or
unbalanced output for a TRS connector.
h REC OUT terminals (page 8)
These are output terminals for recording.
i MASTER2 terminals (page 8)
Connect to a power amplifier, etc.
Connect to a cassette deck or a line level output component.
7 CONTROL (page 8)
Connect using a control cord (included with Pioneer DJ players).
8 DIGITAL OUT terminal (page 8)
Outputs the master channel audio signals.
9 DIGITAL IN terminal (page 8)
Connect these to the digital coaxial output terminals on DJ players,
etc. The sound may be momentarily interrupted when the output
signal sampling frequency is switched.
a Kensington security slot
b USB (page 9)
Connect to a computer.
c MIDI OUT terminal (page 8)
j MASTER ATT.
Sets the attenuation level of the sound output from the [MASTER1]
and [MASTER2] terminals.
k MASTER1 terminals (page 8)
Connect to a power amplifier, etc.
Be sure to use these as balanced outputs. Be careful not to accidentally insert the power cord of another unit.
l AC IN
Connects to a power outlet using the included power cord. Wait until
all connections between the equipment are completed before connecting the power cord.
Be sure to use the included power cord.
WARNING
The short-circuit pin plugs out of the reach of children and infants. If
accidentally swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
Connects this to the MIDI IN terminal on an external MIDI
sequencer.
d LINK terminal (page 8)
Connect these to the LINK terminals on Pioneer DJ players or the
LAN ports of computers on which rekordbox is installed (PRO DJ
LINK).
When connecting a LAN cable, be sure to use an STP
(shielded) cable.
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Connecting input terminals
Analog player
Analog player
Cassette deck, CD player, etc.
(line level output devices)
L R
L R
CH4
L R
L R
CH3
CD
PHONO
L
Digital audio output device
LINE
SIGNAL GND
CH2
CD
LINE
L
CH1
CD
L
CD
PHONO
SIGNAL GND
L
DIGITAL
OFF
ON
POWER
OUT
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
CD DIGITAL
R
CH3 IN CH2
CH4
CH1
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
BOOTH
MASTER2 REC OUT
L
MASTER1
R
L
SEND
R
RETURN
CH 3
CH 1
COMPUTER 1
MIDI OUT
TRS
R
MASTER
ATT.
AC IN
CD DIGITAL
R
R
R
L
L(MONO)
R
USB
L(MONO)
LINK
-6dB -3dB 0dB
R
1GND
CH 4
2HOT
CH 2
COMPUTER 2
3COLD
PRO DJ LINK 1
L R
L R
L R
R
L
rekordbox
Pioneer DJ players 2
To power outlet
Pioneer DJ players 2
rekordbox
Computers
1 For details on PRO DJ LINK, see About PRO DJ LINK on page 15.
Be sure to use an STP (shielded) cable when connecting to a Pioneer DJ player.
2 To use the fader start function, connect a LAN cable or control cord (page 14).
Connecting output terminals
CH4
PHONO
L
CD
CH3
SIGNAL GND
LINE
CH2
CD
LINE
L
L
CH1
CD
CD
PHONO
SIGNAL GND
L
DIGITAL
OFF
ON
POWER
CD DIGITAL
R
OUT
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
CH4
CH3 IN CH2
CH1
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
R
R
MASTER1
R
SEND
RETURN
CH 3
CH 1
COMPUTER 1
MIDI OUT
TRS
R
MASTER
ATT.
AC IN
BOOTH
MASTER2 REC OUT
L
L
CD DIGITAL
R
L
R
L(MONO)
R
USB
L(MONO)
LINK
-6dB -3dB 0dB
R
1GND
CH 4
2HOT
CH 2
COMPUTER 2
3COLD
L R
L R
To power outlet Power amplifier 23 Power amplifier Cassette deck, etc.
Digital audio
(analog input recording device) input device
Power amplifier
(for booth monitor)
MIDI sequencer
External effector 1
1 Also connect the external effector to the [RETURN] terminal (input terminal).
2 Be sure to use the [MASTER1] terminals only for a balanced output (page 32).
3 Be careful not to accidentally insert the power cord of another unit to [MASTER1] terminal.
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Connecting to the control panel
About the USB audio driver
software
MIC
CD
/DIGITAL PHONO USB 1/2
CD
/DIGITAL
This driver software is a proprietary program for inputting and outputting audio signals from the computer. To use this unit connected to a
computer on which a Windows or Mac OS is installed, install the driver
software on the computer beforehand.
TRIM
Software end user license agreement
OVER
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MIC
LEVEL
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HI
1
EQ
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LOW
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+12
-12
TALK
OFF ON OVER
0
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MID
EQ/
-3
ISO
EQ/
ISO
-5
+6
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-26
CUE
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HEADPHONES
MONO SPLIT
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STEREO
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MIXING
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This Software End User License Agreement (“Agreement”) is between
you (both the individual installing the Program and any single legal
entity for which the individual is acting) (“You” or “Your”) and PIONEER
CORPORATION (“Pioneer”).
TAKING ANY STEP TO SET UP OR INSTALL THE PROGRAM MEANS
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AGREE TO ALL OF THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, YOU ARE NOT
AUTHORIZED TO USE THE PROGRAM AND MUST STOP INSTALLING IT
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MASTER
1 DEFINITIONS
LEVEL
Headphones
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0
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THRU
B
A
CROSS FADER ASS
PHONES
1 “Documentation” means written documentation, specifications
and help content made generally available by Pioneer to aid in
installing and using the Program.
2 “Program” means all or any part of Pioneer’s software licensed to
You by Pioneer under this Agreement.
2 PROGRAM LICENSE
Connecting a computer
CH2
LINE
L
CH1
CD
CD
PHONO
SIGNAL GND
L
CONTROL
CD DIGITAL
R
CD DIGITAL
R
CH 3
CH 1
COMPUTER 1
MIDI OUT
ONO)
LINK
CH 4
CH 2
COMPUTER 2
Computer
Connect with the included USB cable.
USB
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Pioneer grants to You a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable,
license (without the right to sublicense):
a To install a single copy of the Program in Your computer or
mobile device, to use the Program only for Your personal purpose complying with this Agreement and the Documentation
(“Authorized Use”);
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and
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Pioneer may be entitled, You agree that Pioneer may seek injunctive
relief to prevent the actual, threatened or continued breach of this
Agreement.
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Pioneer may terminate this Agreement at any time upon Your breach
of any provision. If this Agreement is terminated, You will stop using
the Program, permanently delete it from your computer or mobile
device where it resides, and destroy all copies of the Program and
Documentation in Your possession, confirming to Pioneer in writing
that You have done so. Sections 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue in
effect after this Agreement’s termination.
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be liable in connection with this Agreement or its subject matter,
under any theory of liability, for any indirect, incidental, special,
consequential or punitive damages, or damages for lost profits,
revenue, business, savings, data, use, or cost of substitute procurement, even if advised of the possibility of such damages or if
such damages are foreseeable. In no event will Pioneer’s liability
for all damages exceed the amounts actually paid by You to
Pioneer or its subsidiaries for the Program. The parties acknowledge that the liability limits and risk allocation in this Agreement
are reflected in the Program price and are essential elements of
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2 The limitations or exclusions of warranties and liability contained
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as consumer and shall apply to You only to the extent such limitations or exclusions are permitted under the laws of the jurisdiction where You are located.
3 Severability and Waiver. If any provision of this Agreement is held
to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable, that provision
will be enforced to the extent possible or, if incapable of enforcement, deemed to be severed and deleted from this Agreement,
and the remainder will continue in full force and effect. The
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will not waive any other or subsequent default or breach.
4 No Assignment. You may not assign, sell, transfer, delegate or
otherwise dispose of this Agreement or any rights or obligations
under it, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, by operation of law
or otherwise, without Pioneer’s prior written consent. Any purported assignment, transfer or delegation by You will be null and
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consent, and no other act, document, usage or custom will be
deemed to amend or modify this Agreement.
6 You agree that this Agreement shall be governed and construed
by and under the laws of Japan.
Cautions on Installation
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Before installing the driver software, be sure to turn off the power of
this unit and disconnect the USB cable from both this unit and your
computer.
If you connect this unit to your computer without installing the driver
software first, an error may occur on your computer depending on
the system environment.
If you have discontinued the installation process in progress, step
through the installation process again from the beginning according
to the following procedure.
Read Software end user license agreement carefully before installing
this unit’s proprietary driver software.
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Before installing the driver software, terminate all other programs
running on your computer.
The driver software is compatible with the following OSs.
Supported operating systems
Mac OS X (10.3.9, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8)
®
Windows 7 Home Premium/Professional/
Ultimate
®
Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/
Business/Ultimate
®
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional (SP2
or later)
32-bit version
64-bit version
32-bit version
64-bit version
32-bit version
Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition is not supported.
The included CD-ROM includes installation programs in the following 12 languages.
English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese,
Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and
Japanese
When using operating systems in other languages, follow the
instructions on the screen to select [English (English)].
Installing the driver software
䢢 Installation Procedure (Windows)
Read Cautions on Installation carefully before installing the driver
software.
To install or uninstall the driver software, you need to be authorized
by the administrator of your computer. Log on as the administrator of
your computer before proceeding with the installation.
1 Insert the included CD-ROM into the computer’s CD
drive.
The CD-ROM folder appears.
If the CD-ROM folder is not displayed after a CD-ROM is loaded,
open the CD drive from [Computer (or My Computer)] in the [Start]
menu.
2 Double-click [DJM-2000_X.XXX.exe].
The driver installation screen appears.
3 When the language selection screen appears, select
[English] and click [OK].
You can select one from multiple languages depending on the system
environment of your computer.
4 Carefully read the Software end user license
agreement and if you consent to the provisions, put a
check mark in [I agree.] and click [OK].
If you do not consent to the provisions of the Software end user license
agreement, click [Cancel] and stop installation.
5 Proceed with installation according to the instructions
on the screen.
If [Windows Security] appears on the screen while the installation is
in progress, click [Install this driver software anyway] and continue
with the installation.
When installing on Windows XP
If [Hardware Installation] appears on the screen while the installation is in progress, click [Continue Anyway] and continue with the
installation.
When the installation program is completed, a completion message
appears.
When the installation of the driver software is completed, you need to
reboot your computer.
䢢 Installation Procedure (Macintosh)
Read Cautions on Installation carefully before installing the driver
software.
To install or uninstall the driver software, you need to be authorized
by the administrator of your computer. Have the name and password
of the administrator of your computer ready in advance.
The CD-ROM folder appears.
Double-click the CD icon on the desktop when folders are not displayed after a CD-ROM has been loaded.
2 Double-click [DJM-2000_M_X.X.X.dmg].
The [DJM-2000AudioDriver] menu screen appears.
3 Double-click [DJM-2000AudioDriver.pkg].
If applications using this unit as the default audio device (DJ applications, etc.) are running, quit those applications before switching the
input/output setting.
Some time is required after the input/output setting is switched for
the computer to be updated. The input/output setting cannot be
switched while the computer is being updated.
Sound may not be output if there are differences between the input/
output settings on this unit and on the computer. If this happens,
turn this unit’s power on and reset the input/output settings with the
USB cable connected.
If the input/output setting is switched while using DirectX, the application may not recognize the driver software.
MIDI communications are interrupted if the input/output setting is
switched during MIDI communications.
The driver installation screen appears.
4 Check the details on the screen and click [Continue
Anyway].
5 When the Software Use Agreement screen appears,
select [English], carefully read the Software end user
license agreement and click [Continue Anyway].
䢢 Switching procedure (Windows)
You can select one from multiple languages depending on the system
environment of your computer.
6 If you consent to the provisions of the Software end
user license agreement, click [Agree].
If you do not consent to the provisions of the Software end user license
agreement, click [I disagree] and stop installation.
Click the Windows [Start] menu>[All
Programs]>[Pioneer]>[DJM-2000]>[DJM-2000 Setting
Utility].
Switch the computer’s input/output setting.
— ASIO 4 outputs 0 inputs 16 bits DirectX 1 output 0 inputs
— ASIO 3 outputs 1 input 16 bits DirectX 1 output 1 input
— ASIO 3 outputs 0 inputs 24 bits DirectX 1 output 0 inputs
7 Proceed with installation according to the instructions
on the screen.
䢢 Switching procedure (Macintosh)
Click [Apple]>[System Preferences]>[Other]>[DJM-2000
Settings].
Click [Cancel] to cancel installation after it has started.
When the installation of the driver software is completed, you need to
reboot your computer.
Connecting this unit and computer
English
1 Insert the included CD-ROM into the computer’s CD
drive.
Switch the computer’s input/output setting.
— 8-channel output No input 16 bits
— 6-channel output 2-channel input 16 bits
— 6-channel output No input 24 bits
1 Connect this unit to your computer via a USB cable.
This unit functions as an audio device conforming to the ASIO
standards.
When using ASIO-compatible applications, [USB 1/2], [USB 3/4],
[USB 5/6] and [USB 7/8] can be used as inputs. Depending on the
input/output setting, it is possible to use three of this unit’s sets of
inputs.
When using DirectX-compatible applications, only [USB 1/2] can be
used as the input.
The computer’s recommended operating environment depends on
the DJ application. Be sure to check the recommended operating
environment for the DJ application you are using.
When another USB audio device is connected to the computer at the
same time, it may not operate or be recognized normally.
We recommend only connecting the computer and this unit.
When connecting the computer and this unit, we recommend connecting directly to this unit’s USB port.
2 Press [POWER] button.
Turn on the power of this unit.
The message [Installing device driver software] may appear when
this unit is first connected to the computer or when it is connected to
a different USB port on the computer. Wait a while until the message
[Your devices are ready for use] appears.
When installing on Windows XP
— [Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for
software?] may appear while the installation is in progress.
Select [No, not this time], then click [Next] to continue
installation.
— [What do you want the wizard to do?] may appear while
the installation is in progress. Select [Install the software
automatically (Recommended)], then click [Next] to continue
installation.
— If [Windows Security] appears on the screen while the installation is in progress, click [Install this driver software anyway]
and continue with the installation.
Switching the input/output setting
Use this procedure to switch the computer’s input/output setting when
using the driver software.
Adjusting the buffer size (Windows)
Use this procedure to adjust the computer’s buffer size when using
ASIO driver software.
Click the Windows [Start] menu>[All
Programs]>[Pioneer]>[DJM-2000]>[DJM-2000 Setting
Utility].
If the buffer size is made large, drops in audio data (breaks in the sound)
occur less easily, but the time lag due to the delay in the transfer of the
audio data (latency) increases.
If an application using this unit as the default audio device (DJ
software, etc.) is running, quit that application before adjusting the
buffer size.
Checking the version of the driver
software
䢢 Procedure for checking (Windows)
Click the Windows [Start] menu>[All
Programs]>[Pioneer]>[DJM-2000]>[DJM-2000 Version
Display Utility].
The [Version] screen appears.
䢢 Procedure for checking (Macintosh)
Click [Apple]>[About This Mac]>[More
Info]>[Extensions]>[DJM-2000 USBAudio].
The [Version] screen appears.
Checking the latest information on the
driver software
For the latest information on the driver software for exclusive use with
this unit, visit our website shown below.
http://pioneerdj.com/support/
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Operation
Control Panel
OFF
ON
POWER
MASTER
MIC
CD
/DIGITAL PHONO USB 1/2
CD
/DIGITAL
c
1
1
USB 3/4
LINE
c
TRIM
2
3
TRIM
MIC
A
B
CD
/DIGITAL
M
c
MULTI TAP
DELAY
OVER
d
CD
/DIGITAL PHONO USB 7/8
USB 5/6
LINE
REV
ROLL
ROLL
y
c
TRIM
DELAY
OVER
d
CH
SELECT
4
j
k
-
TRIM
0
GATE
TRANS
OVER
OVER
d
z
d
EFFECT SELECT
MIC
LEVEL
2
-
0
+9
+9
10
10
e
HI
7
e
HI
SLIP
ROLL
REVERB
ECHO
7
FILTER
OVER
SEND/
RETURN
PHASER
EFFECT FREQUENCY
+9
10
e
HI
7
4
2
1
1
1
0
0
-1
-1
4
2
1
LOW
MID
HI
10
e
HI
7
4
2
4
2
+9
10
7
4
2
HI
3
EQ
+12
-12
+6
-26/
LOW
MID
-2
+12
-12
TALK
OFF ON OVER
EQ/
-3
-2
EQ/
ISO
-3
+6
-26/
CRUSH
LPF
- 15
- 15
- 24
- 24
dB
dB
+6
-26/
f
FILTER
6
MAX
MIN
MAX
g
MIN
7
MAX
-2
-2
-3
EQ/ - 3
1/2
3/4
1/1
2/1
4/1
-7
-1
MID
-2
EQ/
7
MAX
-7
LEVEL/DEPTH
p
AUTO
/TAP
TAP
MIN
- 24
- 24
dB
dB
+6
-26/
- 15
- 24
L
f
FILTER
MIN
BALANCE
FILTER
g
r
g
MAX
MIN
7
CUE
R
dB
+6
-26/
f
ON/OFF
7
-7
- 10
LOW
- 15
q
MAX
+6
-26/
- 10
- 15
LIVE
SAMPLER
CUE
-5
LOW
TIME
-3
ISO
+6
-26/
- 10
n
0
-5
CUE
MIN
CUE
1/4
1/8
m
o
FILTER
g
1
+6
-26/
-1
MID
-5
+6
-26/
f
PARAMETER
-7
- 10
LOW
JET
MIN
+6
-26/
-7
LOW
HPF
MIN
-5
- 10
INST FX
ZIP
MAX
0
ISO
-5
NOISE
MIN
l
+6
-26/
ISO
4
5
-1
MID
+6
-26/
0
A
MAX
R
L
7
CUE
7
CUE
MAX
LINK
MONO STEREO
UTILITY
7
B
WAKE UP
CUE
s
10
HEADPHONES
MONO SPLIT
9
STEREO
t
8
7
8
10
MIX
6
4
3
9
2
1
h
CUE
0
C
6
u
5
MIXING
BOOTH MONITOR
9
8
7
5
0
4
MIDI
3
REMIX
2
1
h
ON /OFF
h0
v
SNAPSHOT
MASTER
LEVEL
D
E
CURVE SETTING
ON/OFF
CH EQ
a
i
-
0
i
A
THRU
B
i
CUE
A
THRU
B
7
b
F
i
ISOLATOR
w
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
PHONES
A
THRU
B
A
THRU
B
EQ
CH FADER
G
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
x
CROSS FADER
A
H
B
PROFESSIONAL MIXER
DJM-2000 nexus
1 Microphone input jack (page 14)
e EQ/ISO (HI, MID, LOW) controls (page 13)
2 MIC LEVEL control (page 14)
f Channel Level Indicator (page 13)
3 EQ (HI, LOW) controls (page 14)
g FILTER control (page 18)
4 OFF, ON, TALK OVER selector switch (page 14)
h Channel Fader (page 13)
5 INST FX buttons (page 18)
i CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B) selector switch
(page 13)
6 PARAMETER control (page 18)
7 CUE button (page 14)
8 MONO SPLIT, STEREO selector switch (page 14)
9 MIXING control (page 14)
a LEVEL control (page 14)
b PHONES terminal (page 14)
c CD/DIGITAL, PHONO, LINE, USB */* selector switch
(page 13)
d TRIM control (page 13)
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START/STOP
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j CH SELECT buttons (page 19)
k EFFECT SELECT buttons (page 19)
l EFFECT FREQUENCY (HI, MID, LOW) controls (page 19)
m Beat buttons (page 19)
n TIME control (page 19)
o LEVEL/DEPTH control (page 19)
p AUTO/TAP button (page 19)
q TAP button (page 19)
s LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY, WAKE UP) buttons (page 18,
page 28)
t SYNC MASTER/MIDI button (page 20)
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r ON/OFF button (page 19)
Basic Operation
Outputting sound
u MIX button (page 16)
v REMIX button (page 17)
w ON/OFF button (TOUCH PANEL EFFECT) (page 16)
x Crossfader (page 13)
1 Press [POWER] button.
Turn on the power of this unit.
2 Switching the [CD/DIGITAL, PHONO, LINE, USB */*]
switch
D START/STOP (SNAPSHOT) button (page 20)
Selects the input sources for the different channels from among the
devices connected to this unit.
— [CD/DIGITAL]: Selects the DJ player connected to the [CD] terminals. To select the DJ player connected to the [DIGITAL IN] terminal, set the [CD, DIGITAL] switch on the rear panel to [DIGITAL].
— [PHONO]: Selects the analog player connected to the [PHONO]
terminals.
— [LINE]: Selects the cassette deck or CD player connected to the
[LINE] terminals.
— [USB */*]: Selects the sound of the computer connected to the
[USB] port.
E ON/OFF (MIDI) button (page 20)
3 Turn the [TRIM] control.
y MASTER control (page 13)
z Master Level Indicator (page 13)
A BALANCE control (page 15)
B MONO, STEREO selector switch (page 15)
C BOOTH MONITOR control (page 15)
F CH EQ (ISOLATOR, EQ) selector switch (page 13)
G CH FADER ( ,
) selector switch (page 14)
H CROSS FADER ( ,
,
) selector switch (page 14)
Do not pull on the channel fader and crossfader knobs with excessive
force. The knobs have a structure by which they cannot be pulled off
easily. Pulling the knobs strongly may result in damaging the unit.
Adjusts the level of audio signals input in each channel.
The corresponding channel level indicator lights when audio signals are
being properly input to that channel.
4 Move the channel fader away from you.
Adjusts the level of audio signals output in each channel.
5 Switch the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)]
switch.
Switches the output destination of each channel.
— [A]: Assigns to [A] (left) of the crossfader.
— [B]: Assigns to [B] (right) of the crossfader.
— [THRU]: Selects this when you do not want to use the crossfader.
(The signals do not pass through the crossfader.)
6 Set the crossfader.
This operation is not necessary when the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A,
THRU, B)] selector switch is set to [THRU].
7 Turn the [MASTER] control.
Audio signals are output from the [MASTER1] and [MASTER2]
terminals.
The master level indicator lights.
Adjusting the sound quality
Turn the [EQ/ISO (HI, MID, LOW)] controls for the
respective channels.
Refer to Specifications on page 32 for the range of sound that can be
adjusted by each control.
䢢 Switching the function of the [EQ/ISO (HI, MID,
LOW)] controls
Switch the [CH EQ (ISOLATOR, EQ)] selector switch.
— [ISOLATOR]: The isolator function is set. The indicator lights.
— [EQ]: The equalizer function is set.
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Monitoring sound with headphones
1 Connect headphones to the [PHONES] terminal.
2 Press the [CUE] button(s) for the channel(s) you want
to monitor.
3 Switch the [MONO SPLIT, STEREO] selector switch.
— [MONO SPLIT]: The sound of the channels for which the [CUE]
button is pressed is output from the headphones output’s left
channel, the [MASTER] channel sound is output from the right
channel.
— [STEREO]: The sound of the channels for which the [CUE] button
is pressed is output from the headphones in stereo.
Starting playback on a DJ player using
the fader (fader start)
When connected to a Pioneer DJ player by LAN cable or control cord
(included with the DJ player), operations such as starting playback on
the DJ player can be controlled with this unit’s fader.
Connect this unit and Pioneer DJ player beforehand. For instructions on
connections, see Connecting input terminals on page 8.
䢢 Start playback using the channel fader
1 Set the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)] selector
switch to [THRU].
4 Turn the [MIXING] control.
2 Set [FADER START] to [ON].
This adjusts the monitor volume balance of the sound of channels for
which the [CUE] button is pressed and the sound of the [MASTER]
channel.
For instructions on setting, see Changing the settings on page 28.
5 Turn the [LEVEL] control for [HEADPHONES].
The sound of the channels for which the [CUE] button is pressed is
output from the headphones.
When the [CUE] button is pressed again, monitoring is canceled.
When [LIVE SAMPLER] is turned on, [CUE] button for the TOUCH
PANEL EFFECT and [CUE] button for the [LINK] cannot be pressed
simultaneously.
Monitoring the sound of the computer
Check [Use “LINK MONITOR” of Pioneer DJ Mixers.] at [File] >
[Preferences] > [Audio] in rekordbox beforehand. Also refer to the
rekordbox operating instructions.
1 Connect headphones to the [PHONES] terminal.
3 Set the channel fader to the nearest position towards
you.
4 Set the cue on the DJ player.
The DJ player pauses playback at the cue point.
5 Move the channel fader away from you.
Playback starts on the DJ player.
If you set the channel fader back to the original position, the player
instantaneously returns to the cue point already set and pauses
playback (back cue).
䢢 Start playback using the crossfader
1 Set the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)] selector
switch to [A] or [B].
2 Set [FADER START] to [ON].
2 Connect a computer on which rekordbox is installed.
For instructions on setting, see Changing the settings on page 28.
For instructions on connections, see Connecting input terminals on page
8.
3 Set the crossfader.
3 Selecting the track to be monitored with rekordbox.
Set to the edge opposite the side on which the channel you want to use
with the fader start function is set.
4 Press the [CUE] button for [LINK].
4 Set the cue on the DJ player.
The track selected with rekordbox is output from the headphones.
When the [CUE] button is pressed again, monitoring is canceled.
The same operation as at Monitoring sound with headphones (steps 3
to 5) can be performed.
The DJ player pauses playback at the cue point.
Switching the fader curve
5 Set the crossfader.
Playback starts on the DJ player.
If you set the crossfader back to the original position, the player
instantaneously returns to the cue point already set and pauses
playback (back cue).
䢢 Select the channel fader curve characteristics.
Using a microphone
Switch the [CH FADER ( ,
1 Connect the microphone to the microphone input
jack.
)] switch.
— [ ]: The curve rises suddenly at the back side.
— [ ]: The curve rises gradually (the sound gradually increases as
the channel fader is moved away from the front side).
2 Set the [OFF, ON, TALK OVER] selector switch to [ON]
or [TALK OVER].
䢢 Select the crossfader curve characteristics.
Switch the [CROSS FADER ( ,
,
)] selector switch.
— [ ]: Makes a sharply increasing curve (if the crossfader is
moved away from the [A] side, audio signals are immediately
output from the [B] side).
— [ ]: Makes a curve shaped between the two curves above and
below.
— [ ]: Makes a gradually increasing curve (if the crossfader is
moved away from the [A] side, the sound on the [B] side gradually increases, while the sound on the [A] gradually decreases).
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— [ON]: The indicator lights.
— [TALK OVER]: The indicator flashes.
When set to [TALK OVER], the sound of channels other than the
[MIC] channel is attenuated by 18 dB (default) when a sound of –10
dB or greater is input to the microphone.
3 Turn the [MIC LEVEL] control.
Adjust the level of the sound output from the [MIC] channel.
Pay attention that rotating to the extreme right position outputs a
very loud sound.
4 Input audio signals to the microphone.
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䢢 Adjusting the sound quality
Advanced Operations
Turn the [MIC] channels’ [EQ (HI, LOW)] controls.
Refer to Specifications on page 32 for the range of sound that can be
adjusted by each control.
Switching between monaural and stereo
audio
This switches the sound output from the [MASTER1], [MASTER2],
[BOOTH], [REC OUT], [PHONES], [DIGITAL OUT] and [USB] terminals
between monaural and stereo.
Switch the [MONO, STEREO] selector switch.
— [MONO]: Outputs monaural audio.
— [STEREO]: Outputs stereo audio.
䢢 Adjusting the L/R balance of audio
The left/right balance of the sound output from the [MASTER1],
[MASTER2], [BOOTH], [REC OUT], [PHONES], [DIGITAL OUT] and
[USB] terminals can be adjusted.
1 Set the [MONO, STEREO] selector switch to [STEREO].
2 Turn the [BALANCE] control.
The sound’s left/right balance changes according to the direction in
which the [BALANCE] control is turned and its position.
Rotating to the rightmost position outputs only the right sound of
stereo audio. Rotating to the leftmost position outputs only the left
sound of stereo audio.
About PRO DJ LINK
When a PRO DJ LINK-compatible Pioneer DJ player (CDJ-2000, CDJ-900
etc.), a computer on which rekordbox is installed and this unit are connected by LAN cable, the PRO DJ LINK functions below can be used.
For more details on the PRO DJ LINK function, also refer to the DJ player’s handling instructions and rekordbox’s operating instructions.
For instructions on connections, see Connecting input terminals on page
8.
Up to four DJ players can be connected. Up to two computers can be
connected.
Connect the DJ players to the [LINK] terminal ([CH1] to [CH4]) with
the same number as the channel to which the audio cables are
connected.
Connect the computers to the [COMPUTER 1] or [COMPUTER 2]
terminal.
䢢 SD & USB Export
rekordbox music files and management data on an SD memory card or
USB device connected to a Pioneer DJ player supporting PRO DJ LINK
(e.g. CDJ-2000nexus, CDJ-2000, CDJ-900) can be transferred between DJ
players via this unit.
䢢 rekordbox LINK Export
This function lets you transfer rekordbox music files and management
data directly, eliminating the bother of exporting the data to an SD
memory card/USB device.
Audio is output from the [BOOTH]
terminal
䢢 SYNC MASTER
Turn the [BOOTH MONITOR] control.
The beats (tempos and beat positions) of CDJ-2000nexus tracks can be
played in sync with this unit’s master clock for up to four units. The beats
of the tracks can be managed collectively on the mixer, allowing you to
concentrate on the performance (mixing, effects, etc.).
Adjusts the level of audio signals output from the [BOOTH] terminal.
䢢 LIVE SAMPLER
The sound input to the [MIC] terminal or output from the [MASTER]
terminals can be sampled and played on a DJ player.
䢢 LINK MONITOR
With this function, rekordbox music files stored on the computer can be
quickly monitored over the headphones.
䢢 STATUS INFORMATION
This function informs the DJ players of the connected channel status
(on-air status, channel number, etc.).
䢢 QUANTIZE function
Based on the GRID information of tracks that have been analyzed with
rekordbox, effects can be added to the sound without getting out of
tempo with the currently playing track.
QUANTIZE
Music files must be analyzed ahead of time with rekordbox in order to
use the QUANTIZE function. For instructions on analyzing music files
with rekordbox, see the rekordbox Operating Instructions.
The QUANTIZE function cannot be used when [REVERB], [GATE] or
[SEND/RETURN] is selected.
To use the QUANTIZE function, set the BPM measurement mode to
AUTO.
Before using in combination with a CDJ-2000 or CDJ-900, update the
DJ player’s firmware to version 4.0 or later.
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1 Press [LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY, WAKE UP)] for at least
1 seconds.
The [USER SETUP] screen is displayed.
2 Press the settings item button and select [QUANTIZE].
The QUANTIZE function’s setting screen is displayed.
[QUANTIZE] is added to the settings item button on the
[USER SET UP] screen.
FREQUENCY MIX
The currently playing sound is divided into seven frequency bands that
are displayed graphically. Fader control on the touch panel makes it
easier to grasp the details and mix two channels or swap instruments
(parts).
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3 Press [ON].
The QUANTIZE function turns on.
The QUANTIZE indicator ([QTZ]) and GRID indicator ([GRID]) on the
main unit display light or flash.
Depending on the status of the DJ player (off air, scratching, reverse
playing, etc.), it may not be possible to receive the GRID information.
4
QUANTIZE indicator
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Channel assign
buttons
These select the channels to be mixed.
2
Volume level
display
The input volume level to this function is displayed in a
light color, the output volume level from this function is
displayed in a dark color.
3
Touch fader
These adjust the volume balance of the channels to be
mixed for the separate frequency bands.
4
<< >>
These move the touch fader immediately to the left or
right edge.
GRID indicator
About the QUANTIZE indicator’s lighting status
[USER SET
UP] screen >
[QUANTIZE]
QUANTIZE function status
[QTZ]
QUANTIZE function activated (effects
synchronized to track’s tempo).
Lit
QUANTIZE function not activated (effects
not synchronized to track’s tempo, or BPM
measurement mode set to TAP).
Flashes
䢢 To mix [CH2] and [CH3]:
[ON]
[OFF]
Off
About the GRID indicator’s lighting status
Status of reception of grid information from DJ player
[GRID]
GRID information being received.
Lit
GRID information not being received.
Off
Prepare this unit in advance so that the sound of [CH3] is being output
from the [MASTER] terminals.
1 Set the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)] switches
for [CH2] and [CH 3] to [THRU].
Set the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)] switches of the channels to be mixed to [THRU].
When using the crossfader, it is recommended to set it to the center
position.
2 Press [MIX].
The [FREQUENCY MIX] screen appears on the touch panel.
4 Press the beat button, then press the [ON/ OFF]
button of [BEAT EFFECT].
3 Press the channel assign buttons to select [CH2] for
the left side, [CH3] for the right side.
The effect is added to the sound on beat with the tempo of the currently
playing track.
The beat positions and BPMs of tracks being played on Pioneer DJ players supporting the beat sync function (e.g. CDJ-2000nexus, CDJ-2000,
CDJ-900) can be synchronized.
The volume levels for the individual frequency bands of the sound playing in [CH3] are displayed on the right half of the touch panel.
STATUS INFORMATION
This turns the effect on.
The [ON/ OFF] button flashes when the effect is on.
4 Press all the [ >> ] buttons.
All the touch faders move to the right edge.
5 Press the [ON/ OFF] button.
The display of the status of DJ players connected to the different channels and the beat sync information is concentrated here.
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3
4
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6 Move the channel fader for [CH2] to the back side.
The volume levels for the individual frequency bands of the sound playing in [CH2] are displayed on the left half of the touch panel.
7 Move the touch fader to the left side.
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FS
Indicates channels for which the fader start function
is enabled.
2
LINK
Indicates channels for which DJ players are properly
connected to the [LINK] terminal.
3
SYNC
Indicates the sync function status of the DJ player connected to the [LINK] terminal.
4
MASTER
Indicates the current beat sync master.
5
MASTER BPM
Indicates the current master BPM.
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The sound of the frequency bands whose crossfaders have been moved
is mixed and output.
When the [ON/ OFF] button is pressed again, the effect turns off.
To switch from the [FREQUENCY MIX] to the REMIX function, first
press [ON/OFF] to turn the effect off, then press [REMIX].
BEAT SLICE REMIX
When a track that has been analyzed with rekordbox is played, the sound
is sampled in beat with the track, and once sampling is completed the
sample is played in a loop.
The sampled sound can be sliced into equal parts, and the order in
which the sliced parts are played can be changed.
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2
3
4
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4 Press the roll pad.
The assigned sound is played.
If the roll pad is pressed and held for a time longer than the assigned
sound, the assigned sound is played repeatedly.
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The changed order and timing can be played repeatedly in units of the
length of the sampled sound (4 or 8 beats).
SIDECHAIN REMIX
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When this function is used, the sound of the specified frequency band
for the specified channel can be used as the trigger to apply effects to
the sounds of other channels.
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3
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b
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Channel select
menu
Used to select the channel to which the sound you
want to sample is being input.
2
SETTING
Displays the settings screen at which various settings
are made.
3
SEQ REC
Records the order and time at which the roll pad is
pressed.
4
MUTE
Inserts a silent section in the rolled sound.
ROLL PAD
Rolls the sampled sound that has been sliced into 8
equal parts for the specified length.
Displays the waveform of the sampled sound. Playback
can be started from the sound of that waveform by
touching the waveform (cue).
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6
Sequence control
EXIT
8
Selects the output channel for the beat slice remix
function.
SAME: Sets the input channel to the output
OUTPUT CH select
channel.
CH1 – 4: Sets the selected channel as the output
channel.
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b
SEQUENCE
LENGTH select
Selects the length for sampling the sound.
4BEAT: Samples 4 beats of sound.
8BEAT: Samples 8 beats of sound.
SYNC SOURCE
Selects the beat information to serve as the basis for
the operation.
CHANNEL: Selects the audio input channel’s beat
information as the basis.
SYNC MASTER: Selects the master BPM’s beat
information as the basis.
MANUAL: Selects the BPM and beat position set
at the BPM setting as the basis.
BPM setting
1
Exits this screen, returning to the BEAT SLICE REMIX
screen.
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8
When [MANUAL] is selected at SYNC SOURCE, specify
the BPM and beat position to serve as the basis here.
/: Increases or decreases the BPM value.
BPM display: Displays the BPM value to serve as
the basis for the operation. If the beat information
cannot be obtained, the display flashes.
TAP: When this button is tapped 2 or more times,
the interval at which it was tapped is calculated
and displayed in the BPM display area as the BPM
value.
1 Press [REMIX].
The [BEAT SLICE REMIX] screen appears on the touch panel.
The function switches between [BEAT SLICE REMIX] and
[SIDECHAIN REMIX] each time the [REMIX] button is pressed.
2 Press one of the buttons on the channel select menu.
Select the input channel.
CH
This selects the channel to which the effect is applied.
2
HOLD
This holds the effect’s parameter information (the position at which the control area was touched).
3
EFFECT
This selects the type of effect.
4
LEVEL/DEPTH
Use this to adjust the amount of the effect applied.
5
EXIT
Use this to close the [TRIGGER] menu.
6
TRIGGER
(SAMPLING/
TRIGGER)
Use this to open the [TRIGGER] menu.
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TRIGGER BAND
Use these to select the frequency band to be used as
the trigger.
8
Control area
Use this to change the effect’s parameters.
9
TRIGGER CH
(SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH)
This selects the channel to be used as the effect
trigger.
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Trigger indicators
These flash according to the automatically detected
rhythm for the different frequency bands.
䢢 To set the channel for sampling and triggering
to [CH3] and mix the sampled sound with the
sound of [CH2] for output:
Prepare this unit in advance so that the sound of [CH2] is being output
from the [MASTER] terminals.
1 Press [REMIX] twice.
The [SIDECHAIN REMIX] screen appears on the touch panel.
2 Press the [2] button in the [CH] section.
This selects the channel to which the effect is applied.
3 Press [EFFECT] and select [SAMPLER].
This selects the type of effect.
Effect Name
Descriptions
NOISE
HI-HAT
CLAP
SNARE
Sound is created inside this unit, mixed to the sound
of the channel selected in the [CH] section, then
output according to the [TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH)] trigger.
SAMPLER
The sound of the channel selected at [TRIGGER CH
(SAMPLING/TRIGGER CH)] is sampled, mixed to
the sound of the channel selected in the [CH] section, then output according to the [TRIGGER CH
(SAMPLING/TRIGGER CH)] trigger.
PITCH
The pitch of the sound of the channel selected in
the [CH] section is changed, mixed with the channel
selected in the [CH] section, then output according
to the [TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/TRIGGER CH)]
trigger.
GATE
The sound input at [CH] is output according to the
[TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/TRIGGER CH)] trigger.
3 Press the [ON/ OFF] button (TOUCH PANEL EFFECT).
Sampling of the sound starts.
Once the sound is sampled for the number of beats specified at
[SEQUENCE LENGTH], rolling of that sound starts.
The sampled sound is sliced into equal parts based on the beat position information obtained by PRO DJ LINK or the beat time calculated from the BPM value and the parts are assigned to the roll pad
for the respective beat lengths to be played.
It is not possible to select multiple effects simultaneously.
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4 Press [TRIGGER (SAMPLING/TRIGGER)].
The [TRIGGER] menu appears.
6
Slider
The sound is played from the position at which the
touch panel was touched.
This is only displayed when previewing the sound.
5 At [TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/TRIGGER CH)], select
[CH3].
7
PRE-REC SAVE
The sound is sampled from a point 8 seconds before
the button was pressed.
8
REC (REC STOP)
The sound is sampled for up to 8 seconds from the
point at which the button is pressed.
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PREVIEW (STOP)
Use this to preview the sampled sound over the
headphones.
This selects the channel to be used as the effect trigger.
When [SAME] is pressed, the same channel as the one selected in
the [CH] section is selected as the trigger.
6 At [TRIGGER BAND], press [MID] and [HI].
This selects the frequency band set as the effect trigger.
Only [LOW] (the bass sound) is selected.
䢢 Sampling the sound being played
7 Press the [ON/ OFF] button.
This turns the effect on.
The [ON/ OFF] button flashes when the effect is on.
8 Touch the control area.
2 Press [MIC] or [MASTER] in the [SOURCE SELECT].
[ ] appears at the point at which the panel was touched.
The [CH3] sound at the point in the control area that was touched is
sampled.
Triggered by the low frequency sound of [CH3], the sampled sound is
mixed with the sound of [CH2] (which is continuing to play normally) and
output from the [MASTER] terminals.
The effect changes when the position touched in the control area is
changed.
When the [ON/ OFF] button is pressed again, the effect turns off.
The sampled sound is only valid while the control area is being
touched.
To switch from the [SIDECHAIN REMIX] to the [FREQUENCY MIX]
mode, first press the [ON/OFF] button to turn the effect off, then
press [MIX].
This selects the channel to be sampled.
䢢 Using [HOLD]
The sound input to the [MIC] terminal or the sound output from the
[MASTER] terminals can be sampled and played on a PRO DJ LINK–
compatible Pioneer DJ player.
Connect this unit and PRO DJ LINK-compatible Pioneer DJ player in
advance. For instructions on connections, see Connecting input terminals on page 8.
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4
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6
7
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SOURCE SELECT
Select the source to be sampled here.
REC VOLUME
Use these to adjust the volume for recording.
The volume can be adjusted in the range –9 dB to +9
dB.
3
Status indicator
This indicates this unit’s status and whether or not
sampling data is available.
4
Waveform display
This displays the sound as a waveform.
5
Playing address
display
This displays the sound as a bar graph.
This is only displayed when previewing the sound.
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4 Press [REC (REC STOP)].
Sampling stops. The sample saving screen is displayed.
䢢 Sampling the sound from the point 8 seconds
before
The [LIVE SAMPLER] screen appears on the touch panel.
2 Press [MIC] or [MASTER] in the [SOURCE SELECT].
This selects the channel to be sampled.
3 Press [PRE-REC SAVE].
The sound for the channel selected in step 2 is sampled from the point 8
seconds before [PRE-REC SAVE] was pressed.
Sampling is possible for up to 8 seconds.
LIVE SAMPLER
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3 Press [REC (REC STOP)].
The sound of the channel selected at step 2 is sampled from the point at
which [REC (REC STOP)] was pressed.
Sampling is possible for up to 8 seconds.
Sampling stops automatically once 8 seconds have elapsed after
[REC (REC STOP)] was pressed.
1 Press [LIVE SAMPLER].
When [HOLD] is turned on, effect’s parameter information is held even
if the effect is turned off. The parameter information is cleared when
[HOLD] is turned off.
The parameter information and sampled sound are cleared when the
effect is switched.
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1 Press [LIVE SAMPLER].
The [LIVE SAMPLER] screen appears on the touch panel.
䢢 Previewing the sampled sound
1 Press the [CUE] button to the left of the touch panel.
2 Press [PREVIEW (STOP)].
The position being played is displayed at the playing address and slider
displays.
When the touch panel’s slider is touched, the sampled sound is
played from that position.
䢢 Playing the sampled sound on the DJ player
Use PRO DJ LINK to access this unit from the DJ player.
The sampled sound (audio file) can be loaded and played on the DJ
player.
INST FX
This effect changes in association with the [FILTER] controls for the
individual channels.
1 Press one of the [INST FX] buttons.
This selects the type of effect.
The button that was pressed flashes.
The same effect is set for [CH1] to [CH4].
2 Turn the [FILTER] control.
The effect is applied to the channel(s) for which the control(s) was (were)
pressed.
PARAMETER
(parameter 2)
NOISE
White noise generated inside this unit
is mixed in to the
sound of the channel via the filter and
output.
Sets the cut-off
frequency for the
filter through which
the white noise
passes.
Sets the volume of
the white noise.
ZIP
Lowers the pitch of
the channel’s sound
for output.
Sets the amount of
pitch shifting for
lowering the pitch.
Sets the balance
between the original sound and the
effect sound.
CRUSH
Changes the channel’s sound to a
crushed sound for
output.
Sets the degree
by which the input
sound is crushed.
The further the
control is turned
clockwise, the
more the effect is
stressed.
The further the
control is turned
clockwise, the
more the effect is
stressed.
Adds a flanger effect Sets the flanger
for output.
effect.
JET
HPF
Outputs the sound
through the highpass filter.
Sets the filter’s cutoff frequency.
The further the
control is turned
clockwise, the
more the effect is
stressed.
LPF
Outputs the sound
through the lowpass filter.
Sets the filter’s cutoff frequency.
The further the
control is turned
clockwise, the
more the effect is
stressed.
䢢 Adjusting the effect of the effect sound
Turn the [PARAMETER] control.
The further the control is turned clockwise, the more the effect is
stressed. When turned all the way counterclockwise, the effect is
minimum.
BEAT EFFECT
This function lets you instantaneously set various effects according to
the tempo (BPM = Beats Per Minute) of the currently playing track.
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2
3
4
BPM value display
(3 digits)
When in the auto mode, this displays the automatically
detected BPM value.
When the BPM cannot be detected, the previously
detected BPM value is displayed and flashes.
When in the manual input mode, this displays the BPM
value that was input manually.
2
AUTO (TAP)
[AUTO] lights when the BPM measurement mode is
set to the auto mode.
[TAP] lights when in the manual input mode.
3
BPM
This is always lit.
4
% (ms)
These light according to the units for the different
effects.
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2 Press one of the [CH SELECT] buttons.
This selects the channel to which the effect is applied.
— [1] – [4]: The effect is applied to the sound of the respective
channel.
— [MIC]: The effect is applied to the sound of [MIC] channel.
— [A], [B]: The effect is applied to the sound of the crossfader’s [A]
(left) or [B] (right) side.
— [M]: The effect is applied to the sound of the [MASTER] channel.
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FILTER
(parameter 1)
Effect Name Descriptions
3 Press one of the [EFFECT SELECT] buttons.
This selects the type of effect.
For the types of effects, see Types of BEAT EFFECT on page 26.
To use [SEND/RETURN], see Using the external effector below.
4 Press one of the beat buttons.
Set the beat fraction for synchronizing the effect sound.
The effect time corresponding to the beat fraction is set automatically.
The beat fraction can be changed by turning [TIME] while pressing
the beat button.
5 Press the [ON/ OFF] button.
The effect is applied to the sound.
The effect’s time parameter can be adjusted by turning the [TIME]
control.
The effect’s quantitative parameter can be adjusted by turning the
[LEVEL/DEPTH] control.
The [ON/ OFF] button flashes when the effect is on.
When the [ON/ OFF] button is pressed again, the effect turns off.
䢢 Inputting the BPM manually
Tap the [TAP] button at least 2 times in rhythm with the
beat (in quarter notes) of the sound being played.
The average value of the interval at which the [TAP] button was tapped
by finger is set as the BPM.
When the BPM is set using the [TAP] button, the beat fraction is set
to [1/1] and the time of one beat (quarter note) is set as the effect
time.
The BPM can be set manually by turning the [TIME] control while
pressing the [TAP] button.
The BPM can be set manually by pressing the beat button while
pressing [TAP].
The BPM can be set in units of 0.1 by turning the [TIME] control
while pressing the [TAP] and [AUTO/TAP] buttons.
䢢 Adjusting the amount of effect applied for
different frequency bands
Turn the [EFFECT FREQUENCY (HI, MID, LOW)] control.
See Types of BEAT EFFECT on page 26 for the parameters of the effects
that can be adjusted with the different controls.
䢢 Using the external effector
1 Connect this unit and external effector.
[SEND/RETURN] lights.
For instructions on connections, see Connecting output terminals on
page 8.
2 Press one of the [CH SELECT] buttons.
1 Press [AUTO/TAP] button.
This selects the channel to which the effect is applied.
Select the BPM measurement mode.
— [AUTO]: The BPM is measured automatically from the audio signal that is being input. The [AUTO] mode is set when this unit’s
power is turned on.
— [TAP]: The BPM is input manually by tapping the [TAP] button
with a finger.
The [AUTO] BPM measurement range is BPM = 70 to 180. With
some tracks it may not be possible to measure the BPM correctly. If
the BPM cannot be measured, the BPM value on the display flashes.
In such cases, use the [TAP] button to input the BPM manually.
3 Press [SEND/RETURN].
[SEND/RETURN] flashes.
4 Press the [ON/ OFF] button.
The sound that has passed through the external effector is output from
the [MASTER] channel.
When the [ON/ OFF] button is pressed again, the effect turns off.
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Controlling connected devices
3 Press [ON/OFF] in the [MIDI] section.
The beat positions and BPMs of tracks being played on Pioneer DJ
players supporting the beat sync function (CDJ-2000nexus) can be
synchronized.
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2
3
4
5
1
SYNC
Sets synchronization to the master BPM of the players
connected to channels 1 – 4.
2
MASTER
Selects the sync master.
3
BPM setting
Increases or decreases the BPM value displayed in the
BPM display area.
BPM display area
Displays one of the two values below, depending on
this unit’s status.
When this unit is the sync master: Displays the
master BPM value.
When this unit is not the sync master: Displays the
master BPM that would be displayed if this unit
were the sync master.
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RELOAD
When this unit is not the sync master, the current
master BPM value is displayed in the BPM display area.
1 Press the [SYNC MASTER/MIDI] button.
[SYNC MASTER] is displayed on the screen.
The function switches each time the [SYNC MASTER/MIDI] button
is pressed.
2 Operate the player’s sync status.
[SYNC] button: The various players’ sync status can be changed by
pressing PLAYER 1 – 4.
The sync mode switches on and off each time the button is pressed.
Buttons for channels to which no player supporting the beat sync function is connected cannot be operated.
3 Change the sync master.
Press the button for the player or mixer you want to set as the sync
master.
It is not possible to set multiple devices as the sync master
simultaneously.
4 Set this unit as the sync master.
Press the [RELOAD] button to display the current master BPM value.
Press [] or [] to set the master BPM value.
Press the [MIXER] button to set this unit as the sync master.
When this unit is the sync master, the master BPM value can be
changed by pressing [] or [].
Turn the MIDI function on.
Transmission of the MIDI messages begin.
When the faders and controls are moved, messages are sent according to the positions of the faders and controls. For messages output
by this unit, see List of MIDI Messages on page 21.
When the [START/STOP] button is pressed and held in for more than
2 seconds, a set of MIDI messages corresponding to the button,
fader or control positions is sent (Snapshot).
The MIDI timing clock (BPM information) is sent regardless of the
[ON/ OFF] button.
When the [ON/ OFF] button for [MIDI] is pressed again, transmission of MIDI messages stops.
䢢 Sending the MIDI start and MIDI stop messages
Press the [START/STOP] button for [MIDI].
The MIDI start and MIDI stop messages are sent alternatively each
time the [START/STOP] button is pressed, regardless of whether the
MIDI function is on or off.
Using the MIDI control screens
This unit is equipped with four types of MIDI control screens. Use them
according to your DJ software.
1 Press the [SYNC MASTER/MIDI] button at the right
side of the touch panel several times.
The [MIDI CONTROL] screen is displayed after the [SYNC MASTER]
screen.
The function switches each time the [SYNC MASTER/MIDI] button
is pressed.
2 Select a type, from [TYPE A] to [TYPE D].
This selects the type of MIDI control screen.
When [PAGE1] or [PAGE2] is pressed, the page being displayed
switches.
3 Operate the touch panel buttons or faders.
Transmission of the MIDI messages begin.
For messages output by this unit, see List of MIDI Messages on page 21.
Operating an external MIDI sequencer
This unit sends the tempo of the currently playing source (BPM information) as the MIDI timing clock. This can be used to synchronize an external MIDI sequencer with the tempo of the source.
External MIDI sequencers not supporting MIDI timing clocks cannot
be synchronized.
External MIDI sequencers cannot be synchronized for sources for
which the BPM cannot be measured stably.
The MIDI timing clock is output even with BPM values input manually by tapping the [TAP] button with a finger. The MIDI timing clock
output range is 40 BPM to 250 BPM.
Using the MIDI function
1 Connect the [MIDI OUT] terminal to the external
MIDI sequencer’s MIDI IN terminal using a commercially
available MIDI cable.
䢢 Operating the DJ software
2 Set the external MIDI sequencer’s sync mode to Slave.
The DJM-2000NXS also outputs the operating data for the buttons and
dials in MIDI format. If you connect a computer with a built-in MIDIcompatible DJ software via a USB cable, you can operate the DJ software on this unit.
Install the DJ software on your computer in advance. Also, adjust the
audio and MIDI settings for the DJ software.
For MIDI channel setting instructions, see Changing the settings on
page 28.
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For details about connections, see Connecting a computer on page 9.
2 Launch the DJ software.
䢢 Using the SYNC MASTER function
4
1 Connect this unit’s [USB] terminal to the computer.
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3 Press [START/STOP].
The MIDI start message is sent.
4 Press [ON/OFF] in the [MIDI] section.
Transmission of the MIDI messages begin.
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List of MIDI Messages
Control Panel
Category
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Crossfader
CURVE SETTING
MASTER
CH SELECT
BEAT EFFECT
EFFECT SELECT
SW Name
TRIM
HI
MID
LOW
FILTER
Channel fader
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
CUE
TRIM
HI
MID
LOW
FILTER
Channel fader
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
CUE
TRIM
HI
MID
LOW
FILTER
Channel fader
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
CUE
TRIM
HI
MID
LOW
FILTER
Channel fader
CROSS FADER ASSIGN
CUE
Crossfader
CH EQ (ISOLATOR, EQ)
CH FADER (
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MIDI Messages
SW Type
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
SW
BTN
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
SW
BTN
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
SW
BTN
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
SW
BTN
VR
SW
SW
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Trigger/Toggle
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—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
—
Notes
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0, 64, 127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0, 64, 127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0, 64, 127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0, 64, 127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
0, 127
0, 127
SW
Bn
5F
dd
—
—
—
—
0, 64, 127
VR
VR
BTN
VR
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
17
18
4A
19
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
—
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
TIME
VR
Bn
0D
MSB
Bn
2D
LSB
—
ON/OFF
AUTO/TAP
CUE
TAP
LEVEL/DEPTH
DELAY
MULTI TAP DELAY
ROLL
REV ROLL
TRANS
GATE
ECHO
REVERB
SLIP ROLL
FILTER
PHASER
SEND/RETURN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
VR
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
40
45
4B
4E
5B
2A
2B
2E
2F
35
3D
37
36
3A
3B
39
3E
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Trigger
—
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
0-127
0-127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
TIME value (half the
value when FILTER or
PHASER is selected for
EFFECT SELECT)
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
CROSS FADER ( ,
BALANCE
MASTER level
CUE
BOOTH MONITOR
1
2
3
4
MIC
A
B
M
,
)
En
21
Category
EFFECT
FREQUENCY
INST FX
MIC
HEADPHONES
LINK
Touch panel
control
MIDI
SW Name
HI
MID
LOW
NOISE
ZIP
CRUSH
JET
HPF
LPF
PARAMETER
HI
LOW
LEVEL
MIXING
CUE
CUE
SYNC MASTER/MIDI
MIX
REMIX
ON/OFF
START
STOP
MIDI Messages
SW Type
VR
VR
VR
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
VR
VR
VR
VR
VR
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
BTN
MSB
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
Bn
FA
FC
66
67
68
55
56
57
69
6A
6B
6C
1E
1F
1A
1B
73
6E
6F
70
71
72
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
LSB
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
1
Trigger/Toggle
Trigger/Toggle
—
—
Notes
0-127
0-127
0-127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
—
—
1 When turning one button on switches another button from on to off, MIDI on and off messages are sent from the two buttons.
When there is no button that switches off, only the MIDI on message is sent from the button that was pressed.
Touch panel
䢢 FREQUENCY MIX, SIDECHAIN REMIX
Category
SW Name
Touch fader 1
FREQUENCY
MIX
22
En
VR
MSB
Bn
38
Trigger/Toggle
LSB
dd
—
—
—
—
Notes
0 - 127 (very top of
screen)
Touch fader 2
VR
Bn
4C
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
Touch fader 3
VR
Bn
4D
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
Touch fader 4
VR
Bn
74
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
Touch fader 5
VR
Bn
75
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
Touch fader 6
VR
Bn
76
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
—
0 - 127 (very bottom of
screen)
Touch fader 7
SIDECHAIN
REMIX
MIDI Messages
SW Type
VR
Bn
77
dd
—
—
—
X axis of control area
VR
Bn
1C
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
Y axis of control area
VR
Bn
3C
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
LEVEL/DEPTH
VR
Bn
31
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
CH1
BTN
9n
49
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
CH2
BTN
9n
4A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
CH3
BTN
9n
4B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
CH4
BTN
9n
4C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH) SAME
BTN
9n
51
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH) CH1
BTN
9n
52
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH) CH2
BTN
9n
53
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH) CH3
BTN
9n
54
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER CH (SAMPLING/
TRIGGER CH) CH4
BTN
9n
55
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER BAND LOW
BTN
9n
59
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER BAND MID
BTN
9n
5A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
TRIGGER BAND HI
BTN
9n
5B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
Switch
position
Category
BEAT SLICE REMIX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
SW Type
MIDI Messages
MSB
Trigger/Toggle
LSB
English
䢢 BEAT SLICE REMIX
Notes
1
BTN
9n
5D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
2
BTN
9n
5E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
3
BTN
9n
41
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
4
BTN
9n
60
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
5
BTN
9n
61
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
6
BTN
9n
62
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
7
BTN
9n
63
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
8
BTN
9n
42
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
9
BTN
9n
64
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
10
BTN
9n
65
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
11
BTN
9n
66
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
12
BTN
9n
67
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
13
BTN
9n
43
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
14
BTN
9n
68
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
15
BTN
9n
69
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
16
BTN
9n
6A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
17
BTN
9n
6B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
18
BTN
9n
44
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
19
BTN
9n
6C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
20
BTN
9n
6D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
21
BTN
9n
6E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
22
BTN
9n
6F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
25
BTN
9n
71
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
33
34
35
36
37
26
BTN
9n
72
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
38
39
40
41
42
23
BTN
9n
45
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
24
BTN
9n
70
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
27
BTN
9n
73
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
28
BTN
9n
46
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
29
BTN
9n
74
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
30
BTN
9n
75
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
31
BTN
9n
76
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
32
BTN
9n
77
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
33
BTN
9n
47
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
34
BTN
9n
78
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
35
BTN
9n
79
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
36
BTN
9n
7A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
37
BTN
9n
7B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
38
BTN
9n
48
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
OFF=0, ON=127
39
BTN
9n
7C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
40
BTN
9n
7D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
41
BTN
9n
7E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
42
BTN
9n
7F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Trigger
OFF=0, ON=127
En
23
䢢 MIDI CONTROL
Category
Switch position
TYPE A
1
2
5
9
3
6
10
13
14
17
18
7
11
15
4
5
9
24
En
2
6
10
7
11
Trigger/Toggle
LSB
Notes
[PAGE1]–9
BTN
9n
5D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–10
BTN
9n
5E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–11
BTN
9n
5F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–12
BTN
9n
60
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–13
BTN
9n
61
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–14
BTN
9n
62
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–15
BTN
9n
63
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–16
BTN
9n
64
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–5
BTN
9n
65
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–6
BTN
9n
66
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–7
BTN
9n
67
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–8
BTN
9n
68
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–1
BTN
9n
69
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–2
BTN
9n
6A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–3
BTN
9n
6B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–4
BTN
9n
6C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1], [PAGE2]–17
BTN
9n
7D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1], [PAGE2]–18
BTN
9n
7E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1], [PAGE2]–19
BTN
9n
7F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
12
[PAGE2]–9
BTN
9n
6D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–10
BTN
9n
6E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–11
BTN
9n
6F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
16
19
3
MIDI Messages
MSB
8
TYPE B
1
SW Type
4
8
12
[PAGE2]–12
BTN
9n
70
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–13
BTN
9n
71
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–14
BTN
9n
72
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–15
BTN
9n
73
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–16
BTN
9n
74
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–5
BTN
9n
75
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–6
BTN
9n
76
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–7
BTN
9n
77
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–8
BTN
9n
78
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–1
BTN
9n
79
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–2
BTN
9n
7A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–3
BTN
9n
7B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–4
BTN
9n
7C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–9
VR
Bn
01
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE1]–10
VR
Bn
02
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE1]–11
VR
Bn
03
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE1]–12
VR
Bn
04
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–9
VR
Bn
05
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–10
VR
Bn
06
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–11
VR
Bn
07
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–12
VR
Bn
08
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE1]–1
BTN
9n
30
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–2
BTN
9n
31
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–3
BTN
9n
32
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–4
BTN
9n
33
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–5
BTN
9n
34
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–6
BTN
9n
35
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–7
BTN
9n
36
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–8
BTN
9n
37
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–1
BTN
9n
38
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–2
BTN
9n
39
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–3
BTN
9n
3A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–4
BTN
9n
3B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–5
BTN
9n
48
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–6
BTN
9n
49
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–7
BTN
9n
4A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–8
BTN
9n
4B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
Switch position
TYPE C
1
4
7
10
2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12
TYPE D
1
2
3
4
5
SW Type
MIDI Messages
MSB
Trigger/Toggle
LSB
English
Category
Notes
[PAGE1]–1
BTN
9n
3C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–2
BTN
9n
3D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–3
BTN
9n
3E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–4
BTN
9n
3F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–5
BTN
9n
40
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–6
BTN
9n
41
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–7
BTN
9n
42
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–8
BTN
9n
43
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–9
BTN
9n
44
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–10
BTN
9n
45
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–11
BTN
9n
46
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–12
BTN
9n
47
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–1
BTN
9n
24
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–2
BTN
9n
25
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–3
BTN
9n
26
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–4
BTN
9n
27
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–5
BTN
9n
28
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–6
BTN
9n
29
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–7
BTN
9n
2A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–8
BTN
9n
2B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–9
BTN
9n
2C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–10
BTN
9n
2D
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–11
BTN
9n
2E
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–12
BTN
9n
2F
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–1
BTN
9n
57
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–2
BTN
9n
58
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–3
BTN
9n
59
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE1]–4
VR
Bn
1C
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE1]–5
VR
Bn
3C
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–1
BTN
9n
5A
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–2
BTN
9n
5B
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–3
BTN
9n
5C
dd
—
—
—
Trigger/Toggle
OFF=0, ON=127
[PAGE2]–4
VR
Bn
31
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
[PAGE2]–5
VR
Bn
32
dd
—
—
—
—
0-127
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Types of BEAT EFFECT
REVERB 1 2
Direct sound
DELAY 1
Level
Original
(4 beats)
Early reflected sound
Reverberations
1%
Time
1/2 delay
(8 beats)
100%
This function outputs a delay sound once according to the beat button’s
fraction.
When 1/2 beat delay sound is added, 4 beats become 8 beats.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
Use these to set the delay time from 1/8 to 4/1 with
respect to 1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the delay time.
1 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and the delay sound.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the delay sound for the different bands.
This function adds a reverberation effect to the input sound.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
Set the reverberation effect and room size.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Set the reverberation effect and room size to a
number between 1 and 100 (%)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Sets the balance between the original sound and the
effect sound.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the effect sound for the different bands.
ROLL 1 2
ECHO 1 2
Input sound turned off
Original
Fade-out
Effect turned on
Time
1 beat
1/1 roll
This function outputs increasingly attenuated delay sounds several
times according to the beat button’s fraction.
With 1/1 beat echoes, the delay sounds are faded out according to the
track’s tempo even after the input sound has been cut.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
Use these to set the delay time from 1/8 to 4/1 with
respect to 1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the delay time.
1 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and the echo sound.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the echo for the different bands.
Repeated
This function records the input sound at the point at which the [ON/OFF]
button is pressed and repeats the recorded sound according to the beat
button’s fraction.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
The effect time is set from 1/8 to 4/1 with respect to
1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the effect time.
10 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and ROLL.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the ROLL for the different bands.
MULTI TAP DELAY 1
SLIP ROLL 1 2
MIN
Original
MAX
1/1 beat
Time
Effect turned on
MIN
Changed from 1/2
to 1/1
MAX
Roll
1/4 beat
1/2 repeat
MIN
MAX
EFFECT FREQUENCY
1/8 beat
This function outputs up to 7 delay sounds in 1/8 units, according to the
beat button’s fraction.
The volume of the delay sound can be adjusted with the
[EFFECT FREQUENCY] controls.
The volume of the odd delay sounds is adjusted from [MIN] to the center
position, the volume of the even delay sounds is adjusted from the center position to [MAX].
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Beat buttons (parameter 1)
The effect time is set from 1/8 to 4/1 with respect to
1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the delay time.
10 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and the delay sound.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
This sets the volume of the delay sound for the
different bands.
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1/1 repeat
This function records the input sound at the point at which the [ON/OFF]
button is pressed and repeats the recorded sound according to the beat
button’s fraction.
When the effect time changes, the input sound is recorded again.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
The effect time is set from 1/8 to 4/1 with respect to
1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the effect time.
10 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and ROLL.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the ROLL for the different bands.
PHASER 1
English
REV ROLL 1 2
Phase shift
Original
Time
Effect turned on
Cycle
1/1 reverse
roll
The phaser effect changes according to the beat button fraction.
Reversed and repeated
This function records the input sound at the point at which the [ON/OFF]
button is pressed, reverses the recorded sound and repeats it according
to the beat button’s fraction.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
The effect time is set from 1/8 to 4/1 with respect to
1 beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the effect time.
10 to 4000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Use this to set the balance between the original
sound and ROLL.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the ROLL for the different bands.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
These set the cycle for moving the phaser effect by
1/8 to 4/1 with respect to the time of one BPM beat.
TIME control (parameter 2)
This sets the cycle by which the phaser effect is
moved.
10 to 32000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
The further the control is turned clockwise, the more
the effect is stressed.
When turned all the way counterclockwise, only the
original sound is output.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the balance between the original
sound and the effect sound for the different bands.
GATE 1
Level
FILTER 1
Threshold
MIN
MAX
Time
Threshold
Frequency
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
This function changes the filter’s cut-off frequency according to the beat
button’s fraction.
Threshold
These set the cycle for moving the cut-off frequency
from 1/8 to 4/1 with respect to 1 beat of BPM time.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the cycle at which the cut-off frequency is moved.
10 to 32000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
The further the control is turned clockwise, the more
the effect is stressed.
The original sound is set when turned fully
counterclockwise.
This function outputs the input sound that has a level above the threshold level, cutting the input sound that has a level below the threshold
level.
The threshold level can be changed at [EFFECT FREQUENCY].
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
TRANS
These set the balance between the original sound
and the effect sound for the different bands.
1
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
This sets the release time between 1 and 100 %.
TIME control (parameter 2)
This sets the release time.
1 to 100 (%)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Sets the threshold level.
The further the control is turned clockwise, the more
the effect is stressed and the sound is cut.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
Use these to set the threshold levels for the different
bands.
SEND/RETURN 1
MIN
SEND
MAX
Time
1/1 beat
Cut
MIN
Cut
MAX
Cut
MIN
RETURN
Cut
Effector
MAX
DJM-2000NXS
EFFECT FREQUENCY
This function cuts the sound according to the beat button’s fraction.
The amount of the sound to be cut can be changed at
[EFFECT FREQUENCY].
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
These set the 1/8 to 4/1 cut time with respect to 1
beat of BPM time.
TIME control (parameter 2)
Use this to set the effect time.
10 to 16000 (ms)
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
Sets the balance between the original sound and the
effect sound.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
This sets the amount of the original sound to be cut
for the different bands.
Connect an external effector, etc., here.
[EFFECT FREQUENCY] can be used as an isolator.
Beat buttons (parameter 1)
—
TIME control (parameter 2)
—
LEVEL/DEPTH control
(parameter 3)
This adjusts the sound level input to the [RETURN]
terminal.
EFFECT FREQUENCY
(parameter 4)
This sets the audio output level of the RETURN
sound for the different bands.
1 When “A”, “B” or “M” is selected with the [CH SELECT] buttons, the
effect sound cannot be monitored by pressing [CUE] (BEAT EFFECT)
unless the sound for the channel you want to monitor is being output
from [MASTER] channel.
2 When BEAT EFFECT is off, the effect sound cannot be monitored by
pressing [CUE] (BEAT EFFECT).
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Changing the settings
1 Press [LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY, WAKE UP)] for at least
1 seconds.
The [USER SETUP] mode setting screen is displayed.
The [LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY, WAKE UP)] indicator flashes.
To display the [CLUB SETUP] screen, first turn this unit’s power
off, then press [POWER] while pressing [LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY,
WAKE UP)].
1
2 Press the setup item button.
The selection items appear.
3 Select the setup item.
Select the item on the touch panel and enter it.
4 Change the item’s setting.
Select the item on the touch panel and enter it.
Press [SAVE] to save the changes to the [CLUB SETUP] screen.
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5 Press [EXIT].
Setup item button
Close the [USER SETUP] mode setting screen.
To close the [CLUB SETUP] mode setting screen, press the [POWER]
button to turn this unit’s power off.
Setting preferences
Settings indicated in italics are the default settings set upon purchase.
Mode
Options settings
Selection item 1
Selection
item 2
Selection item 3 Descriptions
TOGGLE
TRIGGER
Select the MIDI signal sending method, [TOGGLE] or
[TRIGGER].
1, 2, to 16
Sets the MIDI channel.
TOGGLE
TRIGGER
Select the MIDI signal sending method, [TOGGLE] or
[TRIGGER].
MIDI CHANNEL
1, 2, to 16
Sets the MIDI channel.
RESET
—
Restores the [TYPE A] – [TYPE D] MIDI settings to the
default values. [RESET] function is unique to [ZONE2].
LINK
CH1 to CH4
ON, OFF
Turns the fader start function on and off for all DJ players
connected to the [LINK] terminals.
CONTROL
CH2, CH3
ON, OFF
Turns the fader start function of the DJ players connected to
the [CONTROL] terminals on and off.
ZONE11
BUTTON ACTION
MIDI CHANNEL
MIDI
BUTTON ACTION
ZONE22
USER SETUP
FADER START
LCD
BACK LIGHT
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
—
Adjusts the touch panel’s brightness.
VERSION No.
—
—
—
Displays this unit’s software version.
QUANTIZE
QUANTIZE
ON, OFF
—
Turns use of the beat information obtained from the player
on and off.
DIGITAL OUT MAX LEVEL
–19 dB, –15 dB,
–10 dB, –5 dB
—
Sets the maximum level of the sound output from the
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[DIGITAL OUT] terminals.
SYSTEM
CLUB SETUP
DIGITAL SAMPLING RATE 48 kHz, 96 kHz
—
Sets the digital signal’s sampling rate.
AUTO STANDBY
ON, OFF
—
Turns the auto standby function on and off.
OUTPUT TO BOOTH
MONITOR
ON, OFF
—
Sets whether or not to output the microphone’s audio signals
from [BOOTH] terminals.
TALK OVER THRESHOLD
LEVEL
–25 dB, –20 dB,
–15 dB, –10 dB
—
Sets the talkover sensitivity. The talkover function is activated
when a sound with a volume above the set volume is input to
the microphone.
TALK OVER LEVEL
–25 dB, –20 dB,
–15 dB, –10 dB
—
Sets the attenuation level for the sound other than the microphone’s sound when the talkover function is activated.
TOUCH PANEL
—
—
—
The touch panel’s calibration is adjusted by pressing [+] in
order.
PEAK LIMITER
PEAK LIMITER
ON, OFF
—
Alleviates sudden, unpleasant digital clipping of the master
output.
FACTORY RESET
YES, NO
—
—
Restores all the settings to their factory defaults.
MIC
1 Changes the MIDI settings of the buttons on the control panel, [FREQUENCY MIX] and [SIDECHAIN REMIX].
2 Changes the MIDI settings for [TYPE A] to [TYPE D] on the MIDI control screen.
About the auto standby function
When [AUTO STANDBY] is set to [ON], the standby mode is set automatically if 4 hours pass with all of the conditions below met.
— That none of this unit’s buttons or controls are operated.
— That no audio signals of –10 dB or greater are input to this unit’s input terminals.
— That no PRO DJ LINK connections are made.
The standby mode is canceled when [LIVE SAMPLER (UTILITY, WAKE UP)] is pressed.
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English
Additional information
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operation is often mistaken for trouble or malfunction. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the points
below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Inspect the other components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble
cannot be rectified after checking the items below, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work.
The player may not operate properly due to static electricity or other external influences. In such cases, normal operation may be restored by
unplugging the power cord then plugging it back in.
Problem
Check
Remedy
The power is not turned on.
Is the power cord properly connected?
Plug in the power cord to an AC outlet.
No sound or small sound.
Is the [CD/DIGITAL, PHONO, LINE, USB */*]
switch set to the proper position?
Switch the [CD/DIGITAL, PHONO, LINE, USB */*] switch to the channel’s input
source. (page 13)
Are the [CD, DIGITAL] switches on the rear panel
properly set?
Set the [CD, DIGITAL] switches according to the devices to be played. (Page 13)
Are the connection cables properly connected?
Connect the connection cables properly. (page 8)
Are the terminals and plugs dirty?
Clean the terminals and plugs before making connections.
Is the [MASTER ATT.] switch on the rear panel set
to [–6 dB], etc.?
Switch the [MASTER ATT.] switch. (page 7)
Digital sound cannot be output.
Is the digital audio output’s sampling frequency
(fs) suited for the specifications of the connected
device?
On the [CLUB SETUP] screen, set [DIGITAL SAMPLING RATE] according to the
specifications of the connected equipment. (page 28)
Distorted sound.
Is the sound level output from the [MASTER] chan- Adjust the [MASTER] control so that the master channel level indicator lights at
nel appropriately set?
around [0 dB] at the peak level. (Page 13)
Set [MASTER ATT.] to [–3 dB] or [–6 dB]. (page 7)
Can’t crossfade.
Is the level of audio input to each channel properly
set?
Adjust the [TRIM] control so that the channel level indicator lights at about
[0 dB] at the peak level. (Page 13)
Are the CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)
selector switches properly set?
Set the [CROSS FADER ASSIGN (A, THRU, B)] selector switches for the different
channels properly. (Page 13)
Is [FADER START] set to [OFF]?
At the [USER SETUP] screen, set [FADER START] to [ON]. (page 14)
Is the DJ player properly connected to the
[CONTROL] terminal?
Connect the [CONTROL] terminal and DJ player using a control cord. (page 8)
Is the DJ player properly connected to the [LINK]
terminal?
Connect the DJ player to the [LINK] terminal properly using a LAN cable. (page
8)
Are the audio cables properly connected?
Connect this unit’s audio input terminals and the DJ player’s audio output
terminals by audio cable. (page 8)
BEAT EFFECT function does not work.
Are the [CH SELECT] buttons properly set?
Press the [CH SELECT] button(s) to select the channel(s) to which you want to
add the effect.
[INST FX] does not work.
Is the [FILTER] control set to the proper position?
Turn the [FILTER] control clockwise. (page 18)
Can’t use an external effector.
Is the [ON/ OFF] button for [BEAT EFFECT] set
to [ON]?
Press [ON/OFF] for the BEAT EFFECT to turn [SEND/RETURN] on. (page 19)
Is the external effector properly connected to the
[SEND] or [RETURN] terminal?
Connect the external effector to the [SEND] and [RETURN] terminals. (page 8)
Is the external effector’s audio output level set to
an appropriate level?
Adjust the external effector’s audio output level.
Can’t fader start a DJ player.
Distorted sound from an external
effector.
Tempo (BPM) cannot be measured or Is the audio input level too high or too low?
measurement value of tempo (BPM) is
implausible.
Adjust the [TRIM] control so that the channel level indicator lights at about
[0 dB] at the peak level. (Page 13)
Measured tempo (BPM) differs from
tempo indicated on CD.
The values may differ slightly due to the different ways in which the BPM is
measured.
—
MIDI sequencer does not synchronize. Is the MIDI sequencer’s sync mode set to Slave?
Does the MIDI sequencer you are using support
MIDI timing clocks?
For some tracks, it may not be possible to measure the tempo (BPM). Use the
[TAP] button to input the tempo manually. (page 19)
Set the MIDI sequencer’s sync mode to Slave.
MIDI sequencers not supporting MIDI timing clocks cannot be synchronized.
Is the MIDI channel turned on?
Press the [ON/ OFF] button for [MIDI]. (page 20)
Are the MIDI settings properly set?
To operate DJ software with this unit, this unit’s MIDI messages must be
assigned to the DJ software you are using. For instructions on assigning messages, see your DJ software’s operating instructions.
This unit is not recognized after it has
been connected to a computer.
Is the driver software properly installed on your
computer?
Install the driver software. If it is already installed, reinstall it. (page 9)
Sound of a computer cannot be
output from this unit.
Are this unit and computer properly connected?
Connect this unit and computer using a USB cable. (page 9)
Are the audio output device settings properly set?
Select this unit with the audio output device settings. For instructions on making
settings for your application, see your application’s operating instructions.
MIDI control does not work.
Is this unit’s input selector switch properly set?
Set the channel’s input selector switch to the [USB */*] position. (Page 13)
Nothing happens when touch panel
is pressed.
Touch panel’s calibration is off.
Adjust the touch panel with the [TOUCH PANEL] settings at the [CLUB SETUP]
screen. (page 28)
Effect sound cannot be monitored
even when the [CUE] button for [BEAT
EFFECT] is pressed.
—
The circuit that generates the echo for the [ECHO], [REVERB], [ROLL],
[SLIP ROLL] and [REV ROLL] effect sounds is positioned after the effect circuit,
so the effect sound cannot be monitored. This is not a malfunction.
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About the liquid crystal display
Small black or shining points may appear on the liquid crystal display. This is a phenomenon inherent to liquid crystal displays; this is not a
malfunction.
When using in cold places, the liquid crystal display may be dark for a while after this unit’s power is turned on. It will reach the normal brightness
after a while.
When the liquid crystal display is exposed to direct sunlight, the light will reflect off it, making it difficult to see. Block the direct sunlight.
About trademarks and registered
trademarks
30
Pioneer is a registered trademark of PIONEER CORPORATION.
Microsoft®, Windows Vista®, and Windows® are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
Adobe and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks
of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other
countries.
Apple, Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
ASIO is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.
The names of companies and products mentioned herein are the
trademarks of their respective owners.
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English
Block Diagram
MIC
PHONES
ADC
MIC
PHONES
DAC
MASTER
DAC
MASTER1
CD
TRIM
ADC
CH1
PHONO
CH1
DIR
DIGITAL IN
REC
DAC
BOOTH
DAC
SEND
DAC
D_OUT
SRC
MUTE
MASTER2
MUTE
REC
MUTE
BOOTH
MUTE
SEND
SRC
USB AUDIO
DATA
SRC
DIGITAL IN
DIR
CH2
CH2
CD
D SP
TRIM
DIGITAL OUT
ADC
LINE
DIT
CD
TRIM
SRC
ADC
CH4 DIGITAL/USB SELECT
CH3
LINE
DIR
CH3
DIGITAL IN
USB
Type B
CH3 DIGITAL/USB SELECT
CH2 DIGITAL/USB SELECT
CH1 DIGITAL/USB SELECT
SRC
USB IC
USB AUDIO
DATA
SRC
DIGITAL IN
CH4
DIR
SRC
LAN OUT
SRC
BPM
detect
[CF_A]
*5
Send
Return
[CF_A]
*4
BEAT
EFFECTS
[CF_A(post)]
*2, 3
BPM
detect
[CF_B]
*5
Send
Return
[CF_B]
*4
CH4
TRIM
CHn In 1-4
CH1-CH4 COMMON
Digital Trim
CHn Fader
BPM
detect
CH sel1
Digital/USB in
REMIX
detect
Trigger
BEAT SLICE
REMIX
CH sel3
REMIX
CH sel2
Analog in
Phono
PHONO
AMP
CH1,4
REMIX
CUE
3Band
EQ
CH 1-4
INST FX
[ch1- 4]
*1
EQ
Isolator
Switch
2posi
BEAT
EFFECTS
[CHx(pre)]
Send
Return
[CHx]
*2, 3, 4
CUE
Monitor
[CH1- 4]
EFFECT
CUE
[EFFECT]
BEAT
EFFECTS
[CHx(post)]
*2, 3
MIX
CH(x, y)
MIX
CUE
CF Assign
Thru
CF_A
CF_B
3posi
Assign A
CH1- 4
MIC Monitor SW
MIC Data2
CH
Fader
Curve
3posi
Mix/Remix SW
2Band
MIC
EQ
MIC SW
Off
On
TalkOver
3posi
MIC1
L/R
CUE SW
MIC Data1
Link/Live Sampler CUE
Link In
- Browsing Monitor
- Live Sampler Monitor
Send Out
Return In
EFFECT CH SELECT
CH1- 4
CF_A/B
MIC
Master
BEAT
EFFECTS
(SND/RTN)
MIC
Filter
MIC Data2
BPM
detect
[Master]
*5
BEAT
EFFECTS
[Master]
Send
Return
[Master]
*2, 4
Cross
Fader
Curve
3posi
SEND Out
No Cable
Effect SW
Effect Out
Return In
Cable Exist
Effect CUE
CableCheck
BEAT EFFECT(その他)
Master
Mono<=>
Stereo
Talk Over On/Off
Talk Over Level
MIC Data2
Remix
On/Off
Remix processing
Remix CUE
Remix Effect CH
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
EFFECT処理
MIX RATIO
Effect Out
Effect CUE
CH1- 4 In
INST FX処理
CH1- 4 Out
Mix
On/Off
Mix processing
Mix CUE
Mix
On/Off
Master Out2
H.P. Level
H.P.
MIX
H.P. Out
Master Data
Rec Level
Mic SW
Off
On
Talk Over
Input CH
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Link Out
- Live Sampler
Live Sampler
Source Select
Remix On/Off
Remix CUE
Output CH
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
BEAT SLICE
Remix
processing
Output CH
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
[H.P. MIX]
Assign X
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
THRU
Assign Y
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
THRU
Master Out1
Digital Out
CHx CUE
EFFECT CUE
Mix/Remix CUE
Link/Live Sampler CUE
[BEAT SLICE REMIX]
Remix Effect CH
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Assign X
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
THRU
Assign Y
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
THRU
Master
Limiter
Master CUE
[MIX]
Effect SW
Master Level Meter
Master
ATT
Digital Level
*1: Same effect processing for channels 1 to 4.
Talk Over On/Off
*2: Effect processing for setting selected with effect channel select switch.
*3: The effect input position is set to either before or after the fader, depending on the effect’s specifications. MIC Data1
*4: When SND/RTN is selected, the channel set with the effect channel select switch is sent/returned. MIC Data2
Talk Over threshold
*5: Detects the BPM for the channel selected with the effect channel select switch.
Trigger CH SELECT
SAME
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Rec Out
Master
Level
Talk Over
[REMIX]
EFFECT CH SELECT
CH1- 4
CF_A/B
MIC
Master
Return Level
Booth Out
BEAT
EFFECTS
[CF_B(post)]
*2, 3
MIC In
level
detect
[BEAT EFFECT (SND/RTN)]
EFFECT CH SELECT
CH1- 4
CF_A/B
MIC
Master
BEAT
EFFECTS
[MIC]
Send
Return
[MIC]
*2, 4
Booth Level
CHx MIX Data
Master
Balance
Master Balance
BPM
detect
[MIC]
*5
CROSS
Fader
Assign B
CH1- 4
Ch1- 4 Level Meter
MIC1 In
LAN×5
I/F
con
ADC
PHONO
INST FX
LAN IN
CD
CHx CUE
CUE
Balance
Mono Split
H.P. Out Lch
Stereo
Effect CUE
Master
Balance
Master CUE
H.P.Level
L
R
Mono Split
L
Stereo
H.P.Level
H.P. Out Rch
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Specifications
General
Power requirements .............................................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption............................................................................... 42 W
Power consumption (standby) ............................................................. 0.4 W
Main unit weight .....................................................................8.6 kg (10.4 lb)
Max. dimensions .................... 430 mm (W) × 107.9 mm (H) × 404 mm (D)
(16.9 in. (W) × 4.2 in. (H) × 15.9 in. (D))
Tolerable operating temperature ......... +5 °C to +35 °C (+41 °F to +95 °F)
Tolerable operating humidity ...................... 5 % to 85 % (no condensation)
Audio Section
Sampling rate ......................................................................................96 kHz
A/D, D/A converter ...............................................................................24 bits
Frequency characteristic
CD/LINE/MIC................................................................... 20 Hz to 20 kHz
S/N ratio (rated output)
PHONO............................................................................................ 93 dB
CD/DIGITAL, LINE ........................................................................ 107 dB
MIC .................................................................................................. 85 dB
Total harmonic distortion (LINE — MASTER1) ................................0.004 %
Standard input level / Input impedance
PHONO............................................................................. –52 dBu/47 k:
CD/LINE ............................................................................ –12 dBu/47 k:
MIC .................................................................................. –52 dBu/8.5 k:
RETURN ............................................................................ –12 dBu/49 k:
Standard output level / Load impedance / Output impedance
MASTER1 .................................................... +8 dBu/10 k:/3 : or lower
MASTER2 .................................................. +2 dBu/10 k:/22 : or lower
REC OUT .....................................................–8 dBu/10 k:/22 : or lower
BOOTH ...................................................... +8 dBu/10 k:/1 k: or lower
SEND .........................................................–12 dBu/10 k:/1 k: or lower
PHONES ..................................................... +8.5 dBu/32 :/1 : or lower
Rated output level / Load impedance
MASTER1 ........................................................................+26 dBu/10 k:
MASTER2 ........................................................................+20 dBu/10 k:
Crosstalk (LINE) .................................................................................... 82 dB
Channel equalizer characteristic
HI .....................................................................–26 dB to +6 dB (13 kHz)
MID ....................................................................–26 dB to +6 dB (1 kHz)
LOW ..................................................................–26 dB to +6 dB (70 Hz)
Microphone equalizer characteristic
HI ...................................................................–12 dB to +12 dB (10 kHz)
LOW ..............................................................–12 dB to +12 dB (100 Hz)
Input / Output terminals
PHONO input terminal
RCA pin jack.................................................................................... 2 sets
CD input terminal
RCA pin jacks .................................................................................. 4 sets
LINE input terminal
RCA pin jack.................................................................................... 2 sets
MIC input terminal
XLR connector/phone jack (Ø 6.3 mm) ........................................... 1 set
RETURN Input terminals
Phone jack (Ø 6.3 mm) ..................................................................... 1 set
DIGITAL IN coaxial input terminal
RCA pin jacks .................................................................................. 4 sets
MASTER output terminal
XLR connector...................................................................................1 set
RCA pin jacks .................................................................................... 1 set
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BOOTH output terminal
Phone jack (Ø 6.3 mm) ..................................................................... 1 set
REC OUT output terminal
RCA pin jacks .................................................................................... 1 set
SEND output terminal
Phone jack (Ø 6.3 mm) ..................................................................... 1 set
DIGITAL OUT coaxial output terminal
RCA pin jacks .................................................................................... 1 set
MIDI OUT terminal
5P DIN ...............................................................................................1 set
PHONES output terminal
Stereo phone jack (Ø 6.3 mm) .........................................................1 set
USB terminal
B type .................................................................................................1 set
CONTROL terminal
Mini phone jack (Ø 3.5 mm) ........................................................... 2 sets
LINK terminal
LAN terminal (100Base-TX) ............................................................ 6 sets
— The specifications and design of this product are subject to
change without notice.
— Be sure to use the [MASTER1] terminals only for a balanced
output. Connection with an unbalanced input (such as RCA)
using an XLR to RCA converter cable (or converter adapter), etc.,
may lower the sound quality and/or result in noise.
For connection with an unbalanced input (such as RCA), use the
[MASTER2] terminals.
© 2012 PIONEER CORPORATION. All rights reserved.
English
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY VALID ONLY IN THE U.S.A. AND CANADA
WARRANTY
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. (PUSA) warrants that products distributed by PUSA in the U.S.A. and Canada that fail to function properly under normal use due to a manufacturing
defect when installed and operated according to the owner ’s manual enclosed with the unit will be repaired or replaced with a unit of comparable value, at the option of PUSA,
without charge to you for parts or actual repair work. Parts supplied under this warranty may be new or rebuilt at the option of PUSA.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES TO THE ORIGINAL OR ANY SUBSEQUENT OWNER OF THIS PIONEER PRODUCT DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD PROVIDED THE
PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED FROM AN AUTHORIZED PIONEER DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER IN THE U.S.A. OR CANADA. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A SALES
RECEIPT OR OTHER VALID PROOF OF PURCHASE SHOWING THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE OR, IF RENTED, YOUR RENTAL CONTRACT SHOWING THE PLACE
AND DATE OF FIRST RENTAL. IN THE EVENT SERVICE IS REQUIRED, THE PRODUCT MUST BE DELIVERED WITHIN THE WARRANTY PERIOD, TRANSPORTATION
PREPAID, ONLY FROM WITHIN THE U.S.A. AS EXPLAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT. YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF THE PRODUCT.
PUSA WILL PAY TO RETURN THE REPAIRED OR REPLACEMENT PRODUCT TOYOU WITHIN THE U.S.A.
PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIOD
DJ Audio and Video
...................................................................................................................................................................................
Parts
Labor
1 Year
1 Year
The warranty period for retail customers who rent the product commences upon the date product is first put into use (a) during the rental period or (b) retail sale, whichever occurs first.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
IF THIS PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED FROM AN UNAUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD STRICTLY “AS IS” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS".
PIONEER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL AND/OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY IF THE PRODUCT HAS BEEN SUBJECTED TO POWER IN EXCESS OF ITS PUBLISHED POWER RATING.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVERTHE CABINET OR ANY APPEARANCE ITEM, USER ATTACHED ANTENNA, ANY DAMAGETO RECORDS OR RECORDINGTAPES OR DISCS, ANY
DAMAGE TO THE PRODUCT RESULTING FROM ALTERATIONS, MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY PIONEER, ACCIDENT, MISUSE OR ABUSE, DAMAGE DUE TO
LIGHTNING ORTO POWER SURGES, SUBSEQUENT DAMAGE FROM LEAKING, DAMAGE FROM INOPERATIVE BATTERIES, ORTHE USE OF BATTERIES NOT CONFORMINGTOTHOSE
SPECIFIED INTHE OWNER’S MANUAL.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THE COST OF PARTS OR LABOR WHICH WOULD BE OTHERWISE PROVIDED WITHOUT CHARGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY OBTAINED FROM
ANY SOURCE OTHERTHAN A PIONEER AUTHORIZED SERVICE COMPANY OR OTHER DESIGNATED LOCATION. THISWARRANTY DOES NOT COVER DEFECTS OR DAMAGE CAUSED
BYTHE USE OF UNAUTHORIZED PARTS OR LABOR OR FROM IMPROPER MAINTENANCE.
ALTERED, DEFACED, OR REMOVED SERIAL NUMBERS VOID THIS ENTIRE WARRANTY
NO OTHER WARRANTIES
PIONEER LIMITS ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TO A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED THE WARRANTY PERIOD. NO WARRANTIES SHALL APPLY AFTER THE WARRANTY PERIOD.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS AND SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS
OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
TO OBTAIN SERVICE
PUSA has appointed a number of Authorized Service Companies throughout the U.S.A. and Canada should your product require service. To receive warranty service you
need to present your sales receipt or, if rented, your rental contract showing place and date of original owner’s transaction. If shipping the unit you will need to package it
carefully and send it, transportation prepaid by a traceable, insured method, to an Authorized Service Company. Package the product using adequate padding material to
prevent damage in transit. The original container is ideal for this purpose. Include your name, address and telephone number where you can be reached during business
hours.
On all complaints and concerns in the U.S.A. and Canada call Customer Support at 1-800-872-4159.
For hook-up and operation of your unit or to locate an
Authorized Service Company, please call or write:
CUSTOMER SUPPORT
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
P.O. BOX 1720
LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA 90801
1-800-872-4159
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Following our response to any initial request to Customer Support, should a dispute arise between you and Pioneer, Pioneer makes available its Complaint Resolution Program
to resolve the dispute. The Complaint Resolution Program is available to you without charge. You are required to use the Complaint Resolution Program before you exercise
any rights under, or seek any remedies, created by Title I of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, 15 U.S.C. 2301 et seq.
To use the Complaint Resolution Program call 1-800-872-4159 and explain to the customer service representative the problem you are experiencing, steps you have taken
to have the product repaired during the warranty period and the name of the authorized Distributor/Dealer from whom the Pioneer product was purchased. After the complaint
has been explained to the representative, a resolution number will be issued. Within 40 days of receiving your complaint, Pioneer will investigate the dispute and will either:
(1) respond to your complaint in writing informing you what action Pioneer will take, and in what time period, to resolve the dispute; or (2) respond to your complaint in writing
informing you why it will not take any action.
RECORD THE PLACE AND DATE OF PURCHASE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Model No. ____________________________________________ Serial No. _________________________________________ Purchase Date ______________________
Purchased From _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
KEEP THIS INFORMATION AND YOUR SALES RECEIPT IN A SAFE PLACE
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