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STEREOTURNTABLE
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OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONS
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MOISTURE.
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Before using this t u r n t a b l e ,y o u s h o u l d
l u b r i c a t e t h e o i l h o l e s w hi l e r e a di n s
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p o p u l . ri rt _ v t o t h c s u p c r i o r r o t a t i o n s p c c d s t a b i l i t y a n d
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H I G H . Q U A L I T YM O T O R
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s p c c dv . r r i a t i o n s .
CONTENTS
A N T I . S K A T I N GD E V I C E E N S U R E S
P E R F E C TT R A C K I N G
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a r - t i v a t c da n t i - s k a t i n gd ev i c c i s p r o v i d c d . l t s c l f c c t i s t o
g , u , r r . r n t c cI i n c c h , r n n c l s c p . r r . r t i o nw h c n p l . r y i n g s t c r c ( )
rccords.
D I R E C T L YR E A D A B L ET R A C K I N G F O R C E
ADJUSTMENT
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t r a c k i n g f o r c c i s a d j u s t ; r b l co v e r a w i d c r a n g c s o t h a t
p r a c l i c a l l y a n y c a r t r i d g e ( C a r t r i d g e W c i g h t : 4 9 - I oe)
can bc accommodatcd.
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f i s s h a p c d1 ' o r
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a l m o s tp c r f e c g
Features
2
Typical StereoSetup
3
Installation
3
PartsIdentification
4
Assembly
5
Attaching a Phono Cartridge
6
Tonearm Adjustment
o
Attach the Dust Cover
7
C o n n e c l i o n to StereoAmpiifier
7
Operation
8
How to Operatethe Turntable ................ 9
- A . fO Y T O L O O K A T
G O O DD E S T G N
Important: ObserveCarefully
T h e m a i n p a n e l ' sm a t t e d f i n i s h l e n d sa s o f t , s u b d u e dt o u c h
t o t h e o v e r a l l d e s i g n ,i t i s c o m p l e m e n t c db y t h c s m o k e d
d u s tc o v e r .
Lubrication
10
Troubleshooting........
10
.............
Specifications
11
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I;ta
9
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TYPICAL STEREOSETUP
The PL-15D-u is a first-quality stereo turntable and
can provide its full performance only when combined with other components of equal quality, so
you should select other quality components comparable to this turntable. Set up the system as
shown in Fig. 1 or Fig. 2.
P L - , I 5 DN
A WORD ABOUT COMPONENTS
Be sureto selectthe rest of your systemwith an
eye to achieving sufficient performance and response so that you can make the most of your
PL-15D rr.
S T E RE O
RECEIVER
( A M P L I F I E R)
The Amplifier
There are many types available: Integrated
stereo amplifiers, AM/FM Receiver, Stereo preamplifiers and Stereo power amplifiers. You can
take your choice of systems, making sure the one
you choose will blend well with the speakers you
select. Look for high performance and stability in
an amplifier.
SPEAKER
SYSTEMS
F i s .1
The Speakers
Here there are also many possibilities. You have a
choice of bass-reflex type of fully-enclosed type
cabinets, full-range, 2-way, 3-way, and other type
of speaker component combinations, and bookshelf, floor type or omnidirectional, etc. styling.
With all these choices, your main guide should be
how well the speakers sound with the rest of your
system.
The Phono Cartridge
There are magnetic (moving coil, moving magnet
and induced magnet types) cartridge as well as
semi-conductor types and optical types.
If you use a moving coil (MC) type cartridge with
the PL-15D-n, make sure your amplifier has the
capability of accepting this type of input signal.
NOTE:
This tonearmis compatiblewith cartridgesweighingfrom
4 - l0 grams.
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STEREO
PREAMPLIFIER
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STEREO POWER
AMPLIFIER
INSTALLATION
o The place must be well-ventilated and free from
humidity and dust.
o The unit should not be exposed to direct
sunlight.
o The unit should not be placed near any source
of heat.
r The unit should be placed as far from the
speaker system as possible.
SPEAKER
S Y S T EM S
F i s .2
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
ST COVER
RUBBER MAT
TURNTABLE
PLATTER
HINGE
GROUND LEAD_._
DRIVE BELT
OUTPUT LEADS-
MAIN COUNTERWEIGHT
AC COBD
ANTI-SKATING FORCE
CONTROL KNOB
ARM REST
TONEARM
CENTER SHAFT
LOCKING COLLAR
HEAD SHELL
ARM
HINGE
ELEVATION
LEVER
M O T O RP U L L E Y
,,CUT" BUTTON
o-
BELT
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OVERHANG
CHECKER
SPEEDSELECT LEVER
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ASSEMBLY
TONEARM PACKING
To prevent possible damage in transit, precision
parts and the tumtable platter are packed separately from the wooden basein the samepacking case.
After unpacking all parts carefully, assemblythem
into one unit by referring to the following steps
helped with each illustration.
REMOVE THE TONEARM PACKING
Check and remove the accessoriesstored in the
polystyrol packing on the tonearm (Fig. 3). Then
remove the packing. Accessoriesstored there (Fig.
4).
CLAMP SCREWS
Remove the 4 clamping screws,as shown in Fig.5.
After removing the screw 2, fit the supplied rubber
bush into the hole ( Fig. 5 ).
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TURNTABLE PLATTER
'lhe turntable platter is packed separately. Take it
out and put it on the center shaft. (Fig. 6). Place
the rubber mat on the platter after the drive belt
has been set on the motor pulley.
4 CLAMPING SCREWS
DRIVE BELT
Set the SPEED SELECT LEVER to 33 rpm
position. Put the drive belt through the belt guide
by pulling the ribbon attached to the belt. Then set
the belt on the smaller portion (the upper portion)
of the motor pulley, using the ribbon. Then
removethe ribbon (Fig. 7).
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Fig.5
R IB B O N
BELT
HOW TO SET THE DRIVE BELT
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P L A C E T H E T U R N T A E L EP L A T T E R
Fiq.6
ATTACHINGA PHONO CARTRIDGE
Before attaching a phono cartridge, you should
untighten the locking collar, and remove the head
shell.
Thc color-coded pin connc'ctors ir-r the head shell
conform to the intemational BIA starrdarcl.Attach
the cartridge according to drawing (t'ig. 8). After
connection of pin connectors, plug tl-rc head shell
into lhe tonearm aud tightt n firmly locking collar.
When attaching ther cartridge Lo the head sheil, we
r e c o m m e n d t h e P i o n e e r h e a d s h i . l l sP P - 3 0 4 . P P - 3 0 5
to be used.
NOTE:
This tonearm is compatible with cartridgesweighing front
4 - l0 grams.
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SCREWDRIVER
OVBRHANG ADJUSTMENT
After motrnting cartridg('. yoLl must adjust overhang length.
First, tighteu Lhe scr('ws onlv lightly, then move
the heacl shcll ovt'r tht' ovelhang checker ar-rdslide
the. cartridgc until tht' slylus is directly over the
groovo. 'l'ci nrake cht'crking easier, the checker post
pulls u1"rto rlri:t't tl-rcstvlus. After the adjustment is
complete, ftrlly tighlen the screws (Fig. 9).
TONEARM ADJUSTMENT
ADJUST
POSITION
BACK AND
FORTH
OVERHANG
CHECKER
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HORIZONTALBALANCE
1. Set the anti-skating force control knob to "0"
(Fig.13).
2. Remove tl-re stylus protection cover from the
cartridge.
3. Free the tonearm clampe.r, then remove the
tonearm from the arm rest.
4. N{ove the main counteru,eight slightly to make
horizonlal balant'e.
'fhen,
make sure to keep the balance horizontal
without tilting in eithe'r clirection.
5. After confirming perfect adjustment in step 4,
with care taken not to move the main counterweight, turn the tracking force dial ring until the
"0" reading aligrs with the white index line
engraved on the tonearm (Fig 10).
6. Clamp the tonearm with the tonearm clamper of
the arm rest.
TRACKING FORCEADJUSTMENT
After the horizontal balance adjustment (the tracking force: aligned with the 0 reading), turn the
main coullterweight together with tracking force
dial ring (wl"rich is direct reading up to 4 grams in
0.5 increments). Set the proper tracking force to
the index line on the tonearm (Fig. 11).
MAIN COUNTERWEIGHT
Fi s . 1 0
INDEX LINE
M A I NC O U N T E R W E I G H T
F i g .1 1
rJION€ER
IN CASE OF USING SUB WEIGHT
If youroptional phono cartridge is too heavy to
keep balance horizontal, add the supplied sub
weight to the rear end of the tonearm (Fig. 12),
then adjust horizontal balance and tracking force
adjustment.
ANTI.SKATING ADJUSTMENT
The anti-skating force control knob should be
adjusted to the same setting as that required for
the tracking force (Fig. 13).
For example, if the tracking force of the cartridge
is 2 pJrams,set the anti-skating knob to 2.
lf the employed cartridge weight
exceeds 8.5 grams, install the
subweight to the tonearm and
adjust the balance-
What is "Anti-skating"?
F i s .1 2
ANTI-SKATING
F O R C EC O N T R O L
KNOB
As the record groove moves irr relation to the
stylus it exerts a force on the stylus which pushes
it toward the center of the record. This is called
"skating force" and will actually cause the styius
to jump out of the groove and "skate" if it is too
strong. Even when this does not occur, the force
distorts the sound response. The anti-skating device
is designed to cancel this force.
INDEX LINE
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ATTACH THE DUST COVER
1. Hold dust coverv e r t i c a l l y ( F ' i g . 1 . 1A ) .
2. Slip cut-outs irr cover hinges over pegs on base
hinges.
3. Push dust cclvur itbout Smm to the left (as seen
from the front) to secure hinges ( Fig. 14-B ).
CONNECTIONTO STEREOAMPLIFIER
The phono inputs or-r the amplifier to which the
turntable should be connected must be chosen in
accordance with type of phono c:utridge to be
used.
r With moving rnagnet or induced magnet type
cartridge:
Connect to the PHONO MAG inputs on amplifier (Fig. 15).
o With low-output rnoving coil type cartridge:
Connect to the PHONO MC inputs. If these are
not provided on your amplifier, a step-up transformer will be required.
In either case, connect the red output plug from
the turntable to the amplifier's right channel input,
the white plug to the left channel input. The third
black wire (the ground wire) with the split lug on
its end can be connected to the GROUND or GND
terminal of your amplifier. Do not forget to make
this conncetiou, because it is vital for avoiding hum
and noise (Fig. 15).
AC
CORD
G R O U ND
LEAD
C O N NE C T I O N
CORD
t r c Hr P f l
GROUND
T E R M IN A L
STEREO AIVIPLIFIEF
O R R E C E I VE R
AC OUTLET
( R - C H)
PHONO MAG
INPUT JACKS
F i s .1 5
OPERATION
Speed Select Lever
T h eP L - 1 5 Dn i s a t w o - s p e em
d o d e:l 3 3 - 1l 3 r p m a n d4 5 r p m .
S et t i n g t h e l e v e rt o e i t h e rs p c e dp o s i t i o nw i l l a u t o m a t i c a l l y
s c 1t h c t u r n t a b l cf o r o p e r a t i o na t t h a t s p c e d .
45 rpm
3 3 -1/ 3 r p m
Arm Rest
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l ith
t h c a r m c l a m p c r .W h c n u s i n g l h c t o n c a r m , d o n o t I a i l t r i
l r c c t h c t ( ) n c a r ml r o m t h c c l a m p c r .
ARM REST
E2
ARM CLAMPER
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"Cut" Butt<ln
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45 rpm Adaptor
A 4-5rprn rccorcl.rd.rp1or
is suppliedin the accessory
group,
w h i c h p c r m i t s4 5 r p r n E P r e c o r d sw i t h l a r g ec c n t e rh o l c st o
beplaycd.
Arm Elevaticln Lever
T h i s i s . r l t ' v o rf i r r c o n l r o l l i n g t h c m o v e m e n t o f t h e t o n e a r m .
S c t t i n gt h c l c v c r t o " D O W N " w i l l q u i e t l y p u t t h e t o n e a r m
d o w n o n t h c r c c o r d , a n d s e t t i n gi t t o " U P " w i l l r a i s et h e
t o n c a r m f r o m t h c r c c o r d . T h i s i s a c o n v e n i e n l d e v i c ef o r
c u e i n g i n a n y p o r t i o n o f t h e r ec o r d w i t h o u t f e a r o f
s c r a t c h i n gt h e r c c o r d s u r l a c e .
PION€GR
HOW TO OPERATETHE TURNTABLE
The operation is hardly anything difficult about
playing records on the PL-15D-[ once you are
accustomedto the operation. Simply follow these
steps:
1. Put the record to be plaved on the turntable
platter.
2. Remove the stylus protection cover from the
cartridge and free the tonearm from the rest
clamp.
3. Bring the tonearm by hand above the cueing
position on the record. This operation will
simultaneously cause the turntable platter to
rotate.
4. Set the SPEEDSELECT LEVER at the correct
position:33 or 45 rpm.
5. Move the ARM ELEVATION LEVER to
"DOWN." The tonearm will quietly float down
onto the record and play will start
6. Whenrecord playing is over, the tonearm returns
onto the arm rest automaticallv. and then the
power is cut off.
7. Change "DOWN" position of ARM ELEVATION LEVER into "UP" nosition.
NOTE:
Care should be tahen to auoid the following point uthen a
record is played again: The tonearm wiII keep lowering if
the A]lM ELEVATION LEVER does not be chanpedinto
"UP" position.
o If you
wish
simply
HOW TO USE THE ARM ELEVATION LEVER
BEST
'fhe ARM ELEVATION LEVER is particularly
convenient when you wish to choose your favoribe
music or songs only from among the several songs
recorded on the same side of an LP record.
o If you move the tonearm with the ARM ELEVATION LEVER set to "DOWN", be sure not
to harm the stylus point.
IMPORTANT: OBSERVECAREFULLY
1. Nevertouch the SPEEDSELECT LEVER unless
the turntable is rotating.
The speed can be changedonly while the turntable is rotating.
2. Never obstruct the turntable bv hand while it is
rotabing.
This may causedamage.
3. Always keep the stylus clean.Removedust with
a soft brush.
4. Always keep your records scrupulously clean,
too. Clean them with a commercially available
record cleaneror cloth.
5. Never touch the stylus with your finger. Hands
off.
to stop play in the middle,
push the Cut Button (STOP). (Then the tonearm
will return onto the arm rest. and then the
power is cut off).
LUBRICATION
Before applying oil to the turr-rtable, remove the
turntable platter by r,rsingthe following procedure:
1. Return the toneann onto the arm rest with the
Lottearr.n clamper. by which bhe tonearm is
fzrstened, then protect the stylus tip with the
stylus protection cover.
2. Remove the drive belt with fingers from the
motor pulley.
3. Pull the turntable platter straight up with two
fingers inserted into the turntable platter's two
operrings
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lf the turntable platter shor-rld not be removed
casily, pull it up rvith stronger force, with care
taken not to damagc any part of the turntable.
w H n N L U B R T C A T I OINS R E Q U T R E D ...
Mecharrical noises ancl r,*,olv and flutter usually
rcsrrlt from the lack of lubricant in rotating parts.
Lultric:atc the specified spots at least once every
two months if your turntable is used for home
entertainmer-rt, and two to three if nsed very fret l t r c n t1 . 1 ' .
Apply one or two drops to the basc of the center
shafl (Fig. 17). When lubricating, be careful not to
let oil adhere to parts such as the motor pulley, belt,
or inner rim. If oil should adhere to these parts, wipe
it off with a cloth moistened with pure alcohol.
C E N T ER
W
WHEN LUBRICATIONIS OVER . . .
17
Rt'place the turntablc' trllatter on the cer.rtershaft,
tht'n re-set the drive belt around the rnotor nullev.
TROUBLESHOOTING
WOWAND FLUTTER
HUM
Wow and flutter usirally result from oil on the
motor pulley or inner turntable rim. Check the
surfaces of the motor pulley and belt, and wipe
lhem clean with a sofl cloth dampened with
a l c o l ro l .
C a t r t i o r - rN
: ever use other solvents.
"Hum" is a low-pitched droning noise,often 60 Hz
or 50H2, resulting from a loose connection of the
pgound lead. If hnm occurs:
o Check the connection of the PL-15D.r ground
lead (the black lead with a split lug) to your
amplifier. If it is loose, connect it firmly.
o Check if the output lead of the PL-15D u is
running near the power transformer of your
amplifier. Changing the position of thePL-15D-u
in relation to the amplifier will often eliminate
hum.
o Reversing of the AC cord may occasionally
eliminate hum.
HOWLING
"Howlir-rg," high-pitchcd audio tone, is acoustical
feedbzrck from spealiers to the tun-rtable unit.
I n c r e a s i n g t h e d i s t a n c e b e t w e e n t h e s p e a k e r sa n d
the turntable, or even better, laying a soft cushion
beneath the turntable will nrobablv eliminate
howlins.
PION€ER
SPECIFICATIONS
M O T O RA N D T U R N T A B L E
Motor:
T u r n t a b lD
e rive:
Speed:
W o wa n d F l u t t e r :
S/N:
T u r n t a b l eP l a t t e r :
4 - p o l es y n c h r o n o ums o t o r
B el t - d r l v n
e
Two speeds;33-113 rpm, 45
rpm
0 . 0 8 %( W R M So) r l e s s
4 8 d B o r m o r e ( i n c a s eo f u s i n g
P i o n e ecr a r t r i d g e
m o d e lP C - 3 0 )
3 0 c md i a m e t e r
A l u m i n u m - d i e c a sl l to y
TONEARM
T o n e a r mt y p e :
S t a t i c b a l a n c e ,S - s h a p e dp i p e
arm
E f f e c t i v eA r m L e n g t h : 2 2 1 m m
Usable
c a r t r i d g ew e i g h t : a g ( M l N ) t o 1 0 g( M A X )
Overhang:
15.5mm
SUBFUNCTIONS
A n t i - s k a t i nFgo r c eC o n t r o l
H e a dS h e l lP l u g - i nT y p e
V i s c o u r - d . r m pacr dm c l c v a t i o n
A u t o m a t i cR e t u r nT o n e a r mS y s t e m
W o o d e nB a s ew i t h A n t i - a c o u s t iFce e d b a cS
kuspension
O v e r h a nC
g hecker
A C C E S S O R IE S
Lubricator
1
4 5 r p m r e c o r da d a p t o r
1
Screwdrivers
2
R u b b e rb u s h
1
S u bw e i g h t
1
Cartridgm
c o u n t i n gs c r e w s 6
Cartridgm
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P o w e rr c q u i r e m c n t :
P o w c rc o n s u m p l i o n :
Dimensions:
W c i g ht :
A C l 2 0 V6 0 H z
1]W
4 3 0 ( Wx) 3 s s ( Dx) 1 6 6 ( Hm) m
7.5kg
NOTE:
Specifications and the designsubject to possible modification without notice due to imorouements.
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