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ORDER NO.

RRV3353
CDJ-1000MK3

COMPACT DISC PLAYER

CDJ-1000MK3
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
CDJ-1000MK3 CDJ-1000MK3 CDJ-1000MK3

Type
KUCXJ WYXJ5 TLFXJ AC 120V

Power Requirement

Remarks

AC 220-240V AC 110-240V

For details, refer to "Important Check Points for good servicing".

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2006


T-IZY APR. 2006 printed in Japan

SAFETY INFORMATION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

NOTICE (FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY) Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or be of identical designation.

(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must

REMARQUE (POUR MODLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT) Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou de remplacement doivent avoir la mme dsignation. (FOR USA MODEL ONLY)

(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pices

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK


Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V AC 60 Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 mA.

2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance have special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by marking with a > on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards. Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.

Device under test Test all exposed metal surfaces

Reading should Leakage not be above current 0.5 mA tester

Also test with plug reversed (Using AC adapter plug as required)


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Earth ground

AC Leakage Test

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IMPORTANT THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS LASER OF CLASS 1. SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS S H O U L D B E D O N E B Y A S P E C I A L LY INSTRUCTED PERSON. LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 780 785 nm

WARNING ! THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1 BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR CLASS 1. A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.

LABEL CHECK

for WYXJ5 and KUCXJ types

for TLFXJ type

(DRW2308)

(DRW2248)

Additional Laser Caution

1. Laser Interlock Mechanism The position of the switch (S2401) for detecting loading completion is detected by the system microprocessor, and the design prevents laser diode oscillation when the switch is not in LPS1 terminal side (when the mechanism is not clamped and LPS1 signal is high level.) Thus, the interlock will no longer function if the switch is deliberately set to LPS1 terminal side. ( if LPS1 signal is low level ). In the test mode the interlock mechanism will not function. Laser diode oscillation will continue, if pin 5 of AN22022A (IC601) on the MAIN Assy is connected to GND, or else the terminals of Q603 are shorted to each other (fault condition). 2. When the cover is opened, close viewing of the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to a Class 1 laser beam.

(Printed on the bottom plate)

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]


In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol. Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.

1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by following the safety instructions described in this manual. 1 Use specified parts for repair. Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety. 2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.
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Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as radio/TV interference and foreign noise. 3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed. When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris. Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example) 4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened. Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws. 5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted. Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.

6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state. Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs. In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc. 7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product. Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product. 8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord. Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages. If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one. 9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.

When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary. 0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing. When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries. Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification. Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.
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3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts


Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance. Make sure the proper amount is applied.

4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


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To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................6 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.............................................................................................................8 2.1 PACKING SECTION ...................................................................................................................................8 2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION ..............................................................................................................................10 2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION...................................................................................................................12 2.4 SLOT-IN MECHA. SECTION ....................................................................................................................14 2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. ASSY-S ..................................................................................................................16 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ..........................................................................................18 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM....................................................................................................................................18 3.1.1 SIGNAL SECTION .............................................................................................................................18 3.1.2 POWER SUPPLY SECTION ..............................................................................................................20 3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................22 3.3 MAIN ASSY (1/4)......................................................................................................................................24 3.4 MAIN ASSY (2/4)......................................................................................................................................26 3.5 MAIN ASSY (3/4)......................................................................................................................................28 3.6 MAIN (4/4) and SLMB ASSYS..................................................................................................................30 3.7 SPCN, INSW and SDCB ASSYS .............................................................................................................32 3.8 MJCB ASSY .............................................................................................................................................34 3.9 MFLB ASSY..............................................................................................................................................36 3.10 SLDB and RSWB ASSYS.......................................................................................................................38 3.11 JFLB, KSWB and JOGB ASSYS ............................................................................................................40 3.12 SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY ..................................................................................................................42 3.13 WAVEFORMS.........................................................................................................................................44 3.14 VOLTAGES..............................................................................................................................................53 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................55 4.1 MAIN ASSY ..............................................................................................................................................56 4.2 SLMB, SPCN, INSW and SDCB ASSYS..................................................................................................60 4.3 MJCB ASSY .............................................................................................................................................62 4.4 MFLB and RSWB ASSYS ........................................................................................................................64 4.5 SLDB ASSY..............................................................................................................................................68 4.6 KSWB ASSY.............................................................................................................................................69 4.7 JFLB and JOGB ASSYS...........................................................................................................................70 4.8 SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY ....................................................................................................................72 5. PCB PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................73 6. ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................77 6.1 TEMPO ZERO POINT ADJUSTMENT .....................................................................................................77 6.2 MODE FOR CHECKING THE LOAD ON THE JOG DIAL........................................................................78 7. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................79 7.1 DIAGNOSIS..............................................................................................................................................79 7.1.1 SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................................79 7.1.2 HOW TO UPGRADE THE SOFTWARE OF THE MICROCOMPUTER .............................................87 7.1.3 SEQUENCE .......................................................................................................................................88 7.1.4 DISASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................................................90 7.2 PARTS ......................................................................................................................................................99 7.2.1 IC........................................................................................................................................................99 8. PANEL FACILITIES .......................................................................................................................................113 8.1 PANEL SECTION ...................................................................................................................................113 8.2 DISPLAY SECTION ................................................................................................................................115
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
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1. General
System .......................... Compact disc digital audio system Power requirements .......... AC 120 V, 60 Hz (KUCXJ type) AC 220 V to 240V, 50/60 Hz (WYXJ5 type) AC 110 V to 240V, 50/60 Hz (TLFXJ type) Power consumption ............................. 28 W (KUCXJ type) 27 W (WYXJ5 type) 27 W (TLFXJ type) Operating temperature ................................ +5 C to +35 C Operating humidity ........................................... 5 % to 85 % (There should be no condensation of moisture.) Weight .......................................................... 4.2 kg (9.26 lb) Dimensions ...................... 320 (W) x 370 (D) x 105 (H) mm 12 - 5/8 (W) x 14 - 9/16 (D) x 4 - 1/8 (H) in

3. Accessories

Operating instructions .................................................... 1 Power cord (KUCXJ and WYXJ5 types) ........................ 1 Power cord (TLFXJ type) ............................................... 2 Audio cable .................................................................... 1 Control cord ................................................................... 1 Forced eject pin (housed in a groove in the bottom panel) ....................... 1 SD memory card ............................................................ 1 Limited warranty (KUCXJ only)....................................... 1 NOTE: Specifications and design are subject to possible modification without notice.

2. Audio section
Frequency response .................................... 4 Hz to 20 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio ....................... 115 dB or more (JEITA) Distortion ................................................... 0.006 % (JEITA)

Accessories Power Cord (KUCXJ type : ADG7021) (WYXJ5 : ADG1154) (TLFXJ type : ADG1154, ADG7097)

Audio Cable (VDE1064) L=1.5m


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Control Cord (XDE3063) L=1 m

Forced Eject Pin SD Memory Card (DEX1013) (DWX2622)

AC power cord for TLFXJ type


The type of cord which can be used depends on the power voltage in each region or country. Please make sure you use the correct cord due to the possibility of fire or other hazard if used incorrectly (see below).

AC power cord and converter plug use


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Region

Plug type

ADG1154
For European type region Caution Do not use this power cord set in Taiwan. European two-pin plug

ADG7097
For Taiwan exclusively Caution For use in Taiwan only. In other areas, please do not use.
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Taiwanese two-pin flat-bladed plug

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES:
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Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING SECTION

TLFXJ only

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2 10 5

8
C

15

KUCXJ only

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11 7
D

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3 6 4 1

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17

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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. > > 1 2 3 4 5 Description Power Cord Power Cord Audio Cable (L = 1.5 m) Control Cord (L = 1 m) SD Memory Card Forced Eject Pin Operating Instructions User Seat Limited Warranty Caution Card SB Polyethylene Bag (0.06 x 230 x 340) Packing Sheet Pad (A) Pad (B) Pad (C) Pad (D) Packing Case Part No. See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) VDE1064 XDE3063 DWX2622 DEX1013 See Contrast table (2) DRM1262 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) AHG7117 AHG7010 DHA1533 DHA1534 DHA1535 DHA1536 See Contrast table (2)
B A

6 7 NSP 8 NSP 9 10 NSP 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

(2) CONTRAST TABLE CDJ-1000MK3/KUCXJ, WYXJ5 and TLFXJ are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark > > No. 1 2 7 7 7 NSP 9 10 17 Symbol and Description Power Cord Power Cord Operating Instructions (English) Operating Instructions (English/French/German/Italian/Duch/Spanish) Operating Instructions (English/ Spanish/ Chinese) Limited Warranty Caution Card SD Packing Case CDJ-1000MK3/KUCXJ CDJ-1000MK3/WYXJ5 ADG7021 Not used DRB1397 Not used Not used ARY7043 Not used DHG2576 ADG1154 Not used Not used DRB1396 Not used Not used Not used DHG2575 CDJ-1000MK3/TLFXJ ADG1154 ADG7097 Not used Not used
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DRB1398 Not used ARM7064 DHG2577

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2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION


A

Refer to "2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION".

44

21
B

46 45 Refer to "2.4 SLOT-IN MECHA. SECTION". 8


M

35 46

45 35

39 38 36 36
C
B

37 2

16
C D L

38 36

46 38 46
E

46 46 22
N P O

28

46 33
H

M
46 11
K

10 44

24

43 43

36
H

18
D

46 46

48

38
F

G 20

32 46 17 46

46 3

46

5 42

47 42

E
I

40
T

30

46

23 31

25

I J

26 42
G B C K D F A

13
O N M S

P Q

12

46

45
E

46

F
15 45
R

A
9 45
Q

34 14
S R

46

46 46

46

27

19

NON-CONTACT SIDE
4

44
F

29 44 44 44

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(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 NSP 19 20 21 22 NSP 23 24 25 26 Description MAIN Assy SLMB Assy SDCB Assy MJCB Assy SW POWER SUPPLY Assy 15P Flexible Cable Earth Lead Unit/300V Connector Assy 3P Connector Assy 6P Inlet Assy Earth Lead Unit/300V Connector Assy Connector Assy Connector Assy Connector Assy Power Button Door Spring Card Spring Silicone Sheet D5 L Door Cushion Laser Caution Dust Guard Rear Panel Heatsink PCB Stay Shield Case Part No. DWG1591 DWS1366 DWX2558 DWG1605 DWR1409 DDD1301 DDF1032 DKP3751 DKP3752 See Contrast table (2) PDF1104 PF04PP-Q12 PF06PP-Q15 PF09PP-B12 PF11EE-R15 DAC2314 DBH1565 DBK1295 DEB1456 DEB1780 See Contrast table (2) DEC2939 See Contrast table (2) DNG1099 DNH2711 DNH2712 Mark No. 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 NSP 47 48 Description Earth Plate C Shield Box Bottom Plate Blind Cap Chassis Card Door Card Holder Insulator Assy Earth Plate Damper Earth Spring Float Spring G5 Mecha. Plate Cord Clamper Binder (SKB-90BK) DM Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Cord Clamper (069Z) FFC Guard Part No. DNH2715 DNH2728 See Contrast table (2) DNK4218 DNK4553 DNK4554 DNK4555 DXA2092 VBK1070 CNV6011 DBH1398 DBH1494 DNH2339 RNH-184 ZCA-SKB90BK DBA1260 BBT30P100FTB BBZ30P060FTB BBZ30P060FTC BPZ30P080FTB ZCB-069Z DEC2586
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>

>

(2) CONTRAST TABLE CDJ-1000MK3/KUCXJ, WYXJ5 and TLFXJ are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark > No. 10 21 21 23 29 Symbol and Description Inlet Assy Laser Caution (7L) Laser Caution Rear Panel Bottom Plate CDJ-1000MK3/KUCXJ CDJ-1000MK3/WYXJ5 DKP3754 DRW2308 Not used DNC1765 DNH2710 DKP3753 DRW2308 Not used DNC1758 DNH2710 CDJ-1000MK3/TLFXJ DKP3753 Not used DRW2248 DNC1766 DNH2732

NSP

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A

58 26 16
B

63

53

44 62

2
65 (2/2) 64

15

57 74 74

29

74 21 59 59 61
A

41 27

17 21

72
B

I
72

49

60

17 21 20 20 17 20

5 9 66
C

48
F

20 20

1
72

50 46
D

20 45 40

K 72
11 72 72

51 52 65 (1/2) 72 14
B

42 43 72 30

56 54 55 13 73
A

70

72

72

47

2 72 72 12
E

72
C

G
72 72
E D

72

35 72 24 36

72

19 74 71 32 72 72 1 72 31 70
F

37

72 25 74 74 34

22

L
6

23

68 33 68 39 38

NON-CONTACT SIDE

J
E

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CONTACT SIDE

1 1; Grease: GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B) 2; Lubricant Agent: (ZLB-HFD1600)


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MJCB CN1504

28 69

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CONTROL PANEL SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Description MFLB Assy SLDB Assy RSWB Assy JFLB Assy KSWB Assy JOGB Assy 22P Flexible Cable 25P Flexible Cable 10P Flexible Cable Connector Assy LED Guard Protect Cushion VR Stay Earth Plate P JOG Plate JOG Panel SW Spring 25 Gear Spring 200 Arm Spring SW Cushion HH48/2 Ring Cushion L24/2.0 Encoder Plate Protect Sheet FL Sheet Gear Plate JOG B SW Ring Adjust Plate JOG A JOG Holder 1000 Gear Arm Gear Smoother Gear A Joint Gear 1 Joint Gear 2 Joint Gear 3 Compressor Plate Cam Plate Sheet SW Roller A Assy JOG Stay Assy Roller B Asssy Rotary Knob C Slide SW Knob Part No. DWG1606 DWS1367 DWS1368 DWG1602 DWS1365 DWG1603 DDD1302 DDD1303 DDD1304 PF04PP-B07 DEC2932 DEC2938 DNF1663 DNH2714 DAH2052 DAH2182 DBH1514 DBH1525 DBH1566 DEC2538 DEC2958 DEC2889 DEC2945 DEC2946 DNH2713 DNK4068 DNK4070 DNK4178 DNK4556 DNK4558 DNK4559 DNK4560 DNK4561 DNK4562 DNK4563 DNK4564 DNK4565 DNK4566 DNK4567 DSX1065 DXB1825 DXB1876 DXB1877 DAA1194 DAC1926 Mark No. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 Description Set Knob (HS) Set Knob (MT) Set Knob (TIME) Tempo Reset Knob Set Knob (MEMO) Set Knob (LOOP) Re-Loop Button Adjust Knob Eject Knob Mode Select Knob Set Knob (SC) Slide Sheet 1C Display Panel Ring Lens Tempo Lens Card Lens Eject Guard Control Panel Slide Knob Mode Lens Set Knob (PLAY) Assy Washer Screw Screw Screw Screw Flange Nut M9 Screw Part No. DAC1986 DAC1987 DAC1991 DAC1993 DAC1994 DAC1995 DAC2347 DAC2350 DAC2365 DAC2366 DAC2368 DAH2404 DAH2435 DNK3880 DNK3882 DNK3885 DNK3958 DNK4568 DNK4656 DNK4701
C B

DXB1909 WA52D120D25 BPZ20P100FTC IPZ30P100FTC BPZ20P060FTC BPZ30P080FTB DBN1008 DBA1265


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A

14

22 24 13 10

2
21 12

23

16 17

18

MAIN CN603

1
11 19 15 20 8

34 Refer to "2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. ASSY-S". 4 36 33


D

33 32
MAIN CN601

32 6

36 1
MAIN CN602

25

MAIN CN604

C
E

D
5 35 2 7

31

27

31

1; Dyefree : GEM1036 (ZLX-ME413A) 2; Grease: GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B)


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28 26 29

30

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SLOT-IN MECHA. SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. 1 2 NSP 3 4 5 6 7 8 NSP 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 NSP 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Description SPCN Assy INSW Assy Slot-in Mecha. G11 Assy Traverse Mecha. Assy-S 13P Flexible Cable 26P Flexible Cable Connector Assy 2P Connector Assy 2P DC Motor S Clamp Spring Guide Spring SW Lever Spacer Drive Lever Main Cam Disc Guide Clamp Arm Eject Lever Lever AP Lever BP Worm Gear Loading Gear Drive Gear Loading Base Assy-S Clamper D4 Assy Inside SW Base Float Base G11 Assy Front Sheet Vessel Cushion A Vessel Cushion B Vessel Cushion C Spacer POR (T3) Float Rubber D3 Float Screw Loading Motor Assy-S Screw 2 x 5 Screw Part No. DWX2559 DWS1369 DXA2068 DXX2566 DDD1299 DDD1300 DKP3769 DKP3750 DXM1230 DBH1374 DBH1375 DEC2420 DNK3406 DNK3407 DNK3478 DNK3576 DNK3684 DNK3835 DNK3836 DNK3910
C B

DNK3911 DNK3912 DEA1022 DXA2043 DNK4236 DXB1793 DED1132 DEC2852 DEC2853 DEC2854 DEB1566 DEB1404 DBA1286 DEA1008 VBA1062 IPZ20P060FTC

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A

12

MAIN CN604

1
10

Cleaning liquid (GEM1004) Cleaning paper (GED-008)

3 5

7 11
D

1
2

2
E

11 4

SPCN CN3103

13
F

13

1; Grease: GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B) 2; Grease: GEM1007 (ZLB-PN948P)


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Mark No. NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP 1 2 3 4 5 Description Stepping Motor Spindle Motor G11 04RM2 Pickup Assy R Skew Screw Skew Spring Joint Spring (J) Slider Spring G11 (J) Guide Shaft (S) Joint Mounting Plate G11 (J) Screw 04 Screw Screw Part No. DXM1227 DXM1231 OWY8071 DBA1263 DBH1437 DBK1261 DBK1262 DLA1918 DNK3858 DNK4307 VBA1092 BPZ20P080FTC BPZ26P080FTC
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NSP 6 NSP 7 NSP 8 9 NSP 10 11 12 13

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3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
3.1.1 SIGNAL SECTION
A

B
SPINDLE MOTOR OEIC

CN601

IC601 FEP 14 18 TE FE 29 RFENV

A MAIN ASSY

PICKUP ASSY

B
CN2401 S2401 1 2 3 S2402 LPS2 LPS1 1 2 3

89 111 109 112 CN605 175 IC603 SODC 176 IC604 FLASH ROM 67 119 120 TRDRV ATAPI IC301 FPGA

SERIAL COMMUNICATION

SLMB ASSY
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CONT2 CONT1 CONT0 DOUT

CN3103 CN3102 CN602

26

FETRV 53

LOAD

52 180 179 177 IC103 FLASH ROM IC101 CPU

CN3101 CN3301 S3001 1 1 13

IC602 6CH DRIVER

27

IC102 128MB SDRAM

12 IC402 DSP 4 14

LRCK DATA BCK

D
INSW ASSY
STEPPING MOTOR M

C
SPCN ASSY
CN604 IC403 SD CARD CONTROLER IC401 DSP

TRAVERSE MECHANISM
LOADING MOTOR M

CN603

SYSYTEM BUS

E
CN401

SD CARD INTERFACE

Pitch bend Key control at master tempo Generates CD digital out

SLOT-IN MECHANISM

CN3002

CN3001 SD CARD CONNECTOR

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SDCB ASSY

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SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY

JOGB ASSY

D2201 ENCODER

CN2201 POWER POWER POWER 2 1

SHEET SW

B
1 CN2003 JOG ROTATION DETECTION TCH

CN1501

CN1503

CN1507 CN2004

2 JOG1

1 JOG2

CN501

CN1502

MJCB ASSY

CN1504

CN2002

J
V2001 JOGFL JOGFL CONTROL

JFLB ASSY

8 6 10 14

8 6 10 14

17 18 19 17 18 19

CN2001

CN1001

CN503 AUDIO DATA 1 2 3 IC501 DAC

CN1505 ANALOG AUDIO

MFLB ASSY
D

V1001 DATA FL

13 16

1 4

1 4 6 26 25 27 IC1512 OP AMP 3 5 DATA FL CONTROL IC1001 FL UCOM 74

CN1007 1 7 CN2301 L R

LED KEY

J1006

J1004 2 2

CN1201

J1301

E
S3001

JA1502 JA1503 AUDIO OUT DIGITAL OUT

LED KEY JA1501 CONTROL

LED KEY TEMPO ZERO ADJ. VR1202

DIRECTION SW

K
KSWB ASSY

I
RSWB ASSY
F

SLDB ASSY

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19

3.1.2 POWER SUPPLY SECTION

A
AC CORD AC INLET

CN201

CN601

A MAIN ASSY
11 CN1503 CN1501 1 1 IC1514 2 V+5S VD3V V+3R3 IC606 5V 3.3V R604 0 When V+5S is OFF, IC605 output becomes OFF. V+1R8 5 7 9 2 5 7 9

PICKUP ASSY

VA5V

10

V+12S

CN502

CN3103

R609 0

SPINDLE MOTOR

12

13

CN3102

CN602

C
SPCN ASSY

VA3V

When VD1R5 is OFF, IC606 output becomes OFF.

IC1513 Q601, Q602 1.5V 5V

VD1R5 IC605 3.3V 1.5V

V+2R5FPGA IC302 3.3V 2.5V

V+1R6TI IC405 3.3V 1.6V V+3R3

V+1R2FPGA

When V+3R3 is OFF, IC303 output becomes OFF. IC303 1.8V 1.2V CN503 V+5A 12 13 V+5A CN1506

CN401 9

5 V+3R3 CN3002

E
SDCB ASSY
20
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

V+12S

SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY

L
CN601 CN301 CN2201 VLOAD FLAC4 FLAC3 FLAC2 FLAC1 V+3R3 V+1R8 V+12A V-12A V+5

JOGB ASSY
V+5D

3 CN1505

1 CN1507

1 CN2004 IC1501

IC1507 IC1502

V-12AJ

IC1504 IC1503

J
18 16 20 18 16 20 14 12 FLAC1 FLAC2 VLDMFL FLAC3 FLAC4

JFLB ASSY

IC1506

14 12

V+3R3 V+1R8 Q1507 41V 27V VLDJOG 22 22 V2001 JOG FL V+5D VLED

1 8 CN1504

1 8 CN2002

MJCB ASSY
D
CN2001 11 25 11 25 CN1001 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 1 1

V1001 DATA FL

E
IC501 12V 5V V+12AJ

G
J1006 9 4 9 CN1007 9 CN1201 VLED 4 9 CN2301 VLED

MFLB ASSY

H
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6

V+5D

K
KSWB ASSY
21
8

SLDB ASSY
7

3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM


A

CN301

TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY-S (DXX2566)

D (DWS1369)

INSW ASSY

A A 1/4 - A 4/4
MAIN ASSY (DWG1591)

C SPCN ASSY (DWX2559)


LOADING MOTOR ASSY-S DEA1008

B
SLMB ASSY (DWS1366)

E
SDCB ASSY (DWX2558)
F

22
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

INLET ASSY: KUCXJ: DKP3754 WYXJ5, TLFXJ: DKP3753

AC POWER CORD: KUCXJ: ADG7021 WYXJ5: ADG1154 TLFXJ: ADG1154, ADG7097

M
CN601

SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY (DWR1409)


CN201

CN101

KSWB ASSY (DWS1365)


B

H (DWS1367) F
MJCB ASSY (DWG1605) MFLB ASSY (DWG1606)

SLDB ASSY

RSWB ASSY (DWS1368)


D

JFLB ASSY (DWG1602)

JOGB ASSY (DWG1603)


E

When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST". The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. : The power supply is shown with the marked box. CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

23

3.3 MAIN ASSY (1/4)


A

A 2/4
C

A 2/4

A 2/4 A 2/4
8 2 1 10 11 9

A 2/4

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY (DWG1591)

A 3/4

3 4 5 6 7

A 1/4
24
1 2

12

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

A 4/4 A 3/4 A 2/4

A 2/4, 3/4, 4/4


B

A 1/4
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

25

3.4 MAIN ASSY (2/4)


A

A 2/4 MAIN ASSY (DWG1591)


13

A 1/4
B

A 1/4 A 3/4

14

A 1/4

A 1/4 A 3/4 A 1/4


D

A 1/4

A 3/4
E

A 1/4

A 4/4
F

A 2/4
26
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

CN1501

A 1/4

(A)

(A)

A 3/4
(DA) (A) (DA)

(A)

15

16

17

A 3/4 A 1/4

(DA)

(A)

CN1506

(D)

(D) (D)

19

A 1/4
18
E

(DA) (A) (D)

: Audio Data Signal Route : Analog Audio Signal Route : Digital Out Signal Route

CN1502

20 21

A 2/4
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

27

3.5 MAIN ASSY (3/4) A 1/4


A

A 2/4

A 1/4

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY (DWG1591)

A 1/4 A 2/4 A 1/4


C

A 1/4

A 3/4
28
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

CN3002

22

A 1/4

A 1/4
(DA)

A 2/4 A 2/4

(DA)

(DA)

(D)

27 26

25 23 24

A 2/4 A 4/4

(DA) (D)

: Audio Data Signal Route : Digital Out Signal Route

A 3/4
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

29

3.6 MAIN (4/4) and SLMB ASSYS


A

43

44

TO PICKUP ASSY

(FS)

(TS)

32 36 37 38

(FS)

(TS)

(FS)

(TS)

34

CN3102

(SP)

(L) (L) (TS) (TS) (FS) (FS)

33 31
(L) (L)

30

(SP)

35

TO LOADING MOTOR ASSY-S

41 42
(SP)

(ST) (ST) (ST) (ST)

28

29
E
(SP) (L) (ST)

40

(ST)

TO STEPPING MOTOR

39

A 2/4 A 1/4
F

B SLMB ASSY (DWS1366) A 4/4 B


30
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

(TS) (FS)

(TS)

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY (DWG1591)

(FS)

(L)

(L)

(ST) (ST)

D
(SP) (SP)

A 3/4

: RF Signal Route
(FS) (TS) (SP) (ST) (L)

: Focus Servo Signal Route : Tracking Servo Signal Route : Spindle Motor Signal Route : Stepping Motor Signal Route : Loading Motor Signal Route

A 4/4
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

31

3.7 SPCN, INSW and SDCB ASSYS


A

C SPCN ASSY (DWX2559)

A 4/4
CN602

D INSW ASSY (DWS1369)

C D
32
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

SDCB ASSY (DWX2558)

A 3/4

CN401
C D E F

E
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

33

3.8 MJCB ASSY


A

MJCB ASSY (DWG1605)

CN2002

53

CN503

(A) (A)

(A)

A 2/4

(A)

58 57

56

(D)

(D)

(D)

59

E
(D)

A 2/4

CN501

(D)

F
34
1 2

A 2/4
CDJ-1000MK3
3

CN502

M CN201
4

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7008- 491.800 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1501. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7012- 49101.6 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1502 AND IC1503.

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7023- 491.200 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1504.

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7013- 4910002. MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1506 AND IC1514. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7018- 491004. MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1507. (A) (D) (A)

: Analog Audio Signal Route : Digital Out Signal Route

(A)

54
(A)

(A) (A)

(A)

(D)

(D)

55
(D)

M CN601 M CN301

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. AEK7003- 491.315 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INK. FOR IC1513.

F
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

35

3.9 MFLB ASSY


A

G MFLB ASSY (DWG1606)


J1301

K
B

CN2301

CN1201

46

45

CN2001

47

48

G
36
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

49 50

52 51

G
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

37

3.10 SLDB and RSWB ASSYS


A

H SLDB ASSY (DWS1367)

J1006

(GREEN)

(RED)

H
38
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

RSWB ASSY (DWS1368)

J1004

H I
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

39

3.11 JFLB, KSWB and JOGB ASSYS


A

JFLB ASSY (DWG1602)

CN1504

63 60

62 61

J
40
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

CN1001

KSWB ASSY (DWS1365)

CN1007

(GREEN)

(AMBER)

C
(GREEN) (GREEN)

JOGB ASSY (DWG1603)


D

K L
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

41

3.12 SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY


A

M SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY (DWR1409)


CN101
L

TO INLET ASSY
N

M
42
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

CN201

F
C

CN601

F
D

CN301

F
E F

M
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

CN1507
43

CN1505

CN1503

3.13 WAVEFORMS WAVEFORMS


A

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram and pcb diagram.

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

A 2/4 MAIN ASSY

Mode: PLAY (1kHz, 0dB)

1 2

IC104 - 2 pin (V+3R3) V: 2V/div. H: 100mS/div. IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 100mS/div.

2 6

IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div. IC114 - 6 pin (MOT_XRST) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

10

IC107 - 6 pin (SH_66M) V: 0.5V/div. H: 5nS/div.

(MO_LRCK) 15 IC501 - 1 pin 5S/div. V: 2V/div. H:

16 IC501 - 2 pin (MO_DATA)


V: 2V/div. H: 5S/div. V: 2V/div. H: 5S/div.

17 IC501 - 3 pin (MO_BCK)


15 10 16 17

1
B

2 6

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

A 2/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

2 3

IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div. IC114 - 10 pin (DMA_XRST) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

2 7
2

IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div. IC114 - 12 pin (ATARST) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

(SDRAM_66M) 18 CN501 - 1 pin (SCLK) 11 IC107 - 8 pinH: 5nS/div. V: 5V/div. H: 20S/div. V: 0.5V/div. 19 CN501 - 7 pin (SOUT) V: 5V/div. H: 20S/div. (SIN) 20 CN501 - 9 pin20S/div. V: 5V/div. H:

2 3 7 11

21 CN501 - 11 pin (XCS)


18 19 20

V: 5V/div. H: 20S/div.

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

21

2 4
D

IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div. IC114 - 8 pin (CARD_XRST) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

IC107 - 3 pin (66MHz CLOCK) V: 0.5V/div. H: 5nS/div.

12 IC107 - 10 pin (FPGA_66M) A 3/4 MAIN ASSY V: 0.5V/div. H: 5nS/div.


Mode: PLAY

pin (MO_DOUT) 22 IC402 - 27 H: 200nS/div. V: 1V/div.

2 8 4 12 22

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

A 2/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: Power ON

2
E

IC104 - 1 pin (RSTCPU) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div. IC114 - 4 pin (TI_XRST) V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

IC107 - 4 pin (CARD_66M) V: 0.5V/div. H: 5nS/div.

(V+3R3) 13 IC302 - 8 pin 500mS/div. V: 2V/div. H:

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

14 IC301 - 71 pin (FPGA_DONE)


V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

IC407 - 5 (16MHz CLOCK) 23 V: 1V/div. pin 20nS/div. H:

2 9 5

13 23 14

44
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram and pcb diagram.
A

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: LOAD IN

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: FWD SCAN

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: FWD SCAN

24

IC407 - 4 pin (16M_SODC) V: 1V/div. H: 20nS/div.

(LPS1) 28 CN605 - 1 pin200mS/div. V: 5V/div. H:

pin (TE) 32 IC601 - 14 H: 500S/div. V: 2V/div.

pin (ST1) 39 IC602 - 28 H: 500mS/div. V: 2V/div.

29 CN605 - 3 pin (LPS2) 30 31


24

V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div. CN603 - 1 pin (EMN) V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div. CN603 - 2 pin (EMP) V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div.

33 IC602 - 52 pin (TEDRV) 34 35

40 IC602 - 29 pin (ST2)

V: 2V/div. H: 500S/div. IC602 - 48 pin (T+) V: 5V/div. H: 500S/div. IC602 - 47 pin (T-) V: 5V/div. H: 500S/div.

V: 2V/div. H: 500mS/div.

41 CN604 - 1 pin (ST1+) V: 10V/div. H: 500mS/div. 42 CN604 - 2 pin (ST1-)


39 40 41 42
V: 10V/div. H: 500mS/div.
B

28 29 30

32 33 34

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

(16M_DAC) 25 IC407 - 8 pin 20nS/div. V: 1V/div. H:

31

35

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: UNLOADING

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: REV SCAN

Mode: PLAY

43 IC601 - 24 pin (ARF) 44 IC601 - 23 pin (NARF)


C

(LPS1) 28 CN605 - 1 pin200mS/div. V: 5V/div. H:

pin (TE) 32 IC601 - 14 H: 500S/div. V: 2V/div.

25

29 CN605 - 3 pin (LPS2) 30 31

V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div. CN603 - 1 pin (EMN) V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div. CN603 - 2 pin (EMP) V: 5V/div. H: 200mS/div.

33 IC602 - 52 pin (TEDRV) 34 35

V: 2V/div. H: 500S/div. IC602 - 48 pin (T+) V: 5V/div. H: 500S/div. IC602 - 47 pin (T-) V: 5V/div. H: 500S/div.

43

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

44 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

IC407 - 10 pin (Clock for 26 V: 1V/div. H: 20nS/div. DSP)

MFLB ASSY
Mode: Power ON

pin (V+5D) 45 IC1003 - 2 H: 100mS/div. V: 2V/div.

46 IC1002 - 12 pin (XRESET) V: 2V/div. H: 100mS/div.


45 46

26

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PAUSE

A 4/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

pin (TE) 32 IC601 - 14 H: 200S/div. V: 2V/div.

pin (FEPEN) 36 IC601 - 10 H: 5S/div. V: 2V/div.

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


Mode: PLAY

33 IC602 - 52 pin (TEDRV) 34 35

27

IC407 - 12 pin (Clock for DSP) V: 1V/div. H: 20nS/div.

V: 2V/div. H: 200S/div. IC602 - 48 pin (T+) V: 5V/div. H: 200S/div. IC602 - 47 pin (T-) V: 5V/div. H: 200S/div.

37 IC601 - 11 pin (FEPCK) 38


V: 2V/div. H: 5S/div. IC601 - 12 pin (FEPDT) V: 2V/div. H: 5S/div.

G
48

MFLB ASSY
Mode: Rotates a JOG during playback

47 CN1001 - 17 pin (JOG1) V: 2V/div. H: 2mS/div.


36 37
CN1001 - 18 pin (JOG2) V: 2V/div. H: 2mS/div.

32 27 33 34 35

47 48

38

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

45

C688 C691 C690 R623 C703 C705 R644 R645

SIDE A
A
CONTACT SIDE UP

R647

C706 R516
RXD

A
MAIN ASSY
42 41
ST2+

R641 R642 C680 R607 C667 C666 C644 C682 C673 C672 C674 R622

C704

C518

R512

C516 C51 44 R517

R648

ST2-

VD3V TXD

ST1-

44

ST1+

CN604

24 R602

C623 R601 C621

BDO

R603

C640

C679 C671 R659 R660 C670 C676

25

43

B
C622 C620
36

44 C627 32

OFTR

C624 C617 C618

C630 C629

IC601
37

13

C677 R658 C675

C678

12

38 37

RF+ RFE

R650 C710

C639

36
C628

C709

R609

60

IC

C631

R612

C B

R614

C662 C661

133 R665 R666


C310

176
C685 IC603 C318 C316 C698 C309 C330 C308 C307

1 C684 5 1
R302 C317 R196 R191 IC106 R144 C145

Q601
R608

1 C616

R613

Q603

C635 VREF C619

C636 R632

Q602

D303 R654 R653 R655 R656 R657

12

R189

R188

MPD 780LD C654 TF+ C655 T+

5 1

4 3

IC107
7
R194

IC107 C305

CONTACT SIDE DOWN

CN601

F0

MAIN DWG15910 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C

26

X101

8
C144

9 10
R192

1 1

0 1 2 3 0

C142
C143 L101

DNP2213-B 1/2
R628 C651 R630 C101

5 CONTACT SIDE DOWN

4 3
C

CN602

E88558
R661

IC113

Production Cord
HU+ C645

V+5S

LF
R103 R171 R473 R474 R475 R472 R478 R148 R110 R150 R109

C646

HUHV+ HVHW+ HWU W V C692 INSW

R664

C659 C649 C650

C647 HB C648

13

EMP LPS1

EMN

R428

R479

R427

LPS2 C693 C694 C407

IC114
8 14

A
46
1 2

REFLOW
CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

C107

2 8

2 8

FIRST

R476
R408

R149

6
7

C306

C141

14

45

88 89 132

32

25
48

1
R640 R638

4 IC111 3

C116 11 R195

5
IC114

SIDE A
R516 R512 IC503 6 C518 C516

A
8
C428 R520

1
R522 R521

R464
144

44

R517

32
C709

17 4 5
R519 IC502 C444

108
C415 C414 C416 C417 C419 C418

44

IC604

C445 C446

R468

22
1
R650 C710 R640 C436 C435 C431

16

C447

C430

24

08

5 1

4 IC111 3 IC103

25

R449 R448 C429

R638

C432 C449 R460

37

72
R447

73

IC402

C116 11 R195 C306

IC107
7

IC107 C305

48

10
R194

CN103
1 2 19 20
R173 1 R159 R172 R177 52

208

IC104

R156 208

C137 C117 R170 R118

C132 IC101

R101 C125

R182

C122

R130

R117 R132 R115 R114

R116

C121

R150

R103 R171

48 0

R109

6
7

5
1
IC114

157

105 15

1
R134 R133 R143

R113

14

CN102
C103 C102

R153

IC114

C107

C104 R147

R151 R142

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

IC112

156

R154

R155

R149

2 8

C513

C517

R434

C427

C426 C425 109

4 1

5 8

IC402

36 C138

C146

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

R176 R174 R175 R120 R119 R131

53 104

1 1 7 1 3

2 8 2 8

R135

C151 IC115 C114 R157 R158

5 4

(DNP2213-B)

A
47

15.GND 14.D OUT 13.GND 12.W_MUTE 11.XCS 10.CONT0 9.SIN 8.CONT2 7.SOUT 6.CONT1 5.TXD 4.GND 3.RXD 2.GND 1.SCLK

SIDE B
A

CN501

A
MAIN ASSY
C510 R534

CONTACT SIDE UP

CN503
6.V+5A 5.GND 4.LOUT 3.GND 2.GND 1.ROUT

R643 C707 R646

R505 Q501 R535

C514

R503

R501

R502

21 20 19
D501

18
1

15
R515 R509 R513

15

7
14 IC407

1 5 14 4

C702

C506 C511 R533 R532 R531

1
C512

C708 C632

8
IC606

23 24 R463

R508

R511

C602 C701

IC501 17
1
C509 R536 R537 R538 28 IC501 C523 C434 1

IC407
8

C448 IC406 R453 C457 R452 C458 X402

C515 C503 C521 C522

R605

C633 IC605

C456

15

R459 R458 F457 (R4457)

R462 C504 C505 R467 R465 R466

26

C699

16 25

27

R619 R649 C700 R618 C696

C433

DONE C109
XWE0

C124

C123

72
RDWR XRD

C111

C110

73
XCS0

27

D0

14

XRAS3L

D7 IC102

XWE1

XCS3 XCASL

R301

C697

E88558
R

IC301

SDRAM_66M 28 R122 C113 C112 A1 54 A7 IC301 108

108
109 R442 IC403 12 C133 C127 C129 R121 C126 C130 C424 109 108 X401 13 C420 24 C301 C404
XCS4

XCS2 XCS5

XCS6

48

C302

IC401

C441 C131 R419 R451

RSTCPU

C437

25 25 C406

36
36

37

37

C405

D401

R415 C438 C439 C119 R416 C118 R435

C403 C402 C401 R401

1 C411

1R437 7

R420

C440

2 8

R421 R422

C442

C461 R

C115

R193 R190

37 R423 C105

2 8 1 7
C450

2 8
R424 C452 C108

C451 1 7 R440 R441 C106 R102 R108 R104 R105 R107 R111 R146

R411 C479 R410 C478 R409 C476 R407 C475 R406 C474 R405 C473

73 72

C443 C120

36

1.SDWP 2.GND 3.XMMCD 4.SDDAT2 5.SDDAT1 6.MMDAT0 7.GND 8.MMCLK 9.V+3R3 10.MMCMD 11.GND

R106

R112

12.SDDAT3 13.XCARDIN

A
48
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

T SIDE UP

R471

C413

2 8 1

C421

C412

IC405 5 8 5

C312

48

C304 C311

C303

AOI ICT FC
144

C128

C422

R414

C423

12

13

24

1 7

2 8

CN501

R621 C687

R643 C707 R646

C507

C501 C689

SIDE B
A

8
1

CN502
9.V+1R8 8.GND 7.V+3R3 6.GND 5.V+5S 4.GNDR 3.GNDR 2.V+12S 1.V+12S

C632

C601

C708

R604

8
IC606

5
C634

9
C686 C681 C664

C502

605

C637

C633 IC605

C668 C604

C669

C508

C602

C606
C665 R663 R662

C641 C609

C610

C663

R619 700 R618 C696

C638 C603 R652 IC303

C626

C695

2 8

R301

C328

37 36

SECOND

36

C615

C608

C315

IC301

C319
C322 R307

R313 C320

R314 C326

D301

R303

C327
R306 C314

C304 C311

C301 C303
XCS4

R315

C324

C312 C313

C412

IC405 5 8 5

R627 R626 R633


2

C656

33 C660 34
IC602

C413

35

1 C411

IC602
Q604 R636 R637
1 3

R631 R629 C652

C302

IC302

XCS5

C321

CS2

XCS6

R312 R311

IC302
R610 C329 R611 R615 R616 R617 5 4

C613

144

C611

D302 8

13

C614

461 R477

R620 C472 C477 C471 Q605 28


2.EMP

1.EMN

1.LPS1

3.LPS2

2.GND

CN603

13

CONTACT SIDE UP

R471

CN401

30 31 CN605 CN603

28 29 CN605
(DNP2213-B)

CN605

(R4452)

R404 R403 R402

F452

37

R606

C323

C625

C697

C642

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

54

1 27

LF
E

40

39

A
49
8

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7

SIDE B
A

G MFLB ASSY
LOCK DIRECT
1.REMO 2.REMO 3.V+5D 4.RMIN 5.FLWR 6.GNDD

CN1005
GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD 6 C1017 R1081 R1080 R1078 R1084 R1082 R1083 R1079 R1063 1 R1013 R1014 R1012

S1118

CMKM-P3X
R1047 R1070 R1049 R1071 R1050 R1075 R1055 R1059 R1054 R1058 C1011 FKD+ R1006 C1023 C1016 FLDR1005 S1015 RELOOP R1068

R1093

R1098 R1097

R1096

R1095

R1094

R1092 R1091

MEMORY S1008

R1

51

50

R1074 C1005 R1086

R1077

80

51
C1018

IC

10

02

S1009

C1024

81

52 50 49
DELETE
IC1004

IC1002

30

31

C1012

R10

C
R1022 C1004

10

C1010 S1004 S1003 C1009

C1014

R1052 C1006

R1021

R1010

C1013 R1053

D
C1008 R1007

48

J1006

J1006

VR1002

R1088

25

RELEASE

E
S1005 JOG MODE R1043 R1042 R1041

D1010

D1016

D1015

G
50
1 2

Q1012

Q1008

R1035

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

17.JOG1 16.XCS 15.SIN 14.SOUT 13.SCLK 12.TXD 11.RXD 10.VLED 9.RESET 8.GLED 7.VLDMFL 6.VLDMFL 5 FLAC2

GNDD

GNDD

C1022

CN1001

47 CN1001

25.V+5D 24.GNDD 23.J_BK 22.J_LAT 21 J SCLK GNDD GNDD

TOUCH/BRAKE VR1001

C1007

S1006 CALL FWR

9.VLED 8.GLED 7.MTL 6.TRESL 5.KEY1_B 4.V+5D 3.ADCT 2.ADIN 1.GNDD

R1011

S1007 CALL BACK

C1021

R1051

EJECT LOCK

10 0

9 1

SIDE B
A

LF
GNDD GNDD

GNDD

Q1002 Q1013

GNDD

B
R1026 D1012 R1037 R1025 TIME S1012 Q1014

R1051

R1047 R1070

R1049

R1071 R1050

R1046

50

R1003 R1056

R1004

R1015 R1016 R1067 C1002

R1044

5 R1076 R1057 1

4 3 IC1001 C1001 IC1003 5 R1062

R1019

R1075

R1018

31

IC1002 02

30

R1060

R1017

C1025

D1021

R1065

R1087

46

IC1003
1 R1009 LOOP OUT

R1008

R1055

S1013 TEXT LOOP IN S1013

Q1006

C1012

R1073 R1072

D1008 R1032

Q1005

Q1010

R1054

C1014 R1058

D1020

R1064 C1026 C1027

Q1001

45
Q1004 R1031

S1014

C1003

R1059

D1006 R1030

R1023

S1015 RELOOP

R1028 R1029

R1024

25.V+5D 24.GNDD 23.J_BK 22.J_LAT 21.J_SCLK 20.J_SDO 19.THC 18.JOG2

R1045

R1085

17.JOG1 16.XCS 15.SIN 14.SOUT 13.SCLK 12.TXD 11.RXD 10.VLED 9.RESET 8.GLED 7.VLDMFL 6.VLDMFL 5.FLAC2 4.FLAC2 3.GNDD 2.GNDD 1.FLAC1

VLED GLED V+5D GNDD 10 1.GNDD 2.PLAY 3.CUE 4.KEY0_B 5.PLAYL 6.CUEL 7.GNDD 8.MMCL 9.VLED 10.GLED R1089 R1090

R1020

GNDD

GNDD

GNDD

GLED

R1068

R1069

D1017

R1074 R1086

R1048

D1003 A S1016

D1007 D1013 S1017 B

R1061

R1033 R1039 R1038 D1001 Q1007

D1002 D1005 D1004

R1040 D1014

Q1015

Q1011 D1018 D1009 C S1018 R1034 R1027

Q1003

48

D
R1001

CN1001
0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 2 3 A B C

47 CN1001

CN1007

R1002 REC MODE S1002

CN1007
2.SW0 1.GNDD

J1004

(DNP2214-B)

R1036

2 1

J1004
Q1009 D1011

G
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

51

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram and pcb diagram.
A

MFLB ASSY
Mode: PLAY

MJCB ASSY
Mode: PLAY

pin (SI) 49 V1001 - 71H: 50S/div. V: 5V/div.

50 V1001 - 72 pin (CLK) 51 52


B

56 CN1504 - 18 pin (FLAC1) V: 5V/div. H: 5S/div. 57 CN1504 - 16 pin (FLAC2) V: 5V/div. H: 5S/div.
56

V: 5V/div. H: 50S/div. V1001 - 73 pin (LAT) V: 10V/div. H: 50S/div. V1001 - 74 pin (BK) V: 10V/div. H: 50S/div.

49 50 51 52

57

F
MJCB ASSY

MJCB ASSY
Mode: PLAY

58 CN1504 - 14 pin (FLAC3) V: 5V/div. H: 5S/div. 59 CN1504 - 12 pin (FLAC4) V: 5V/div. H: 5S/div.
58

Mode: PLAY (1kHz, 0dB)

pin (ROUT) 53 CN1506 - 1H: 500S/div. V: 1V/div.

59 53

J F
54
D

JFLB ASSY
Mode: PLAY

pin (SI) 60 V2001 - 24H: 100S/div. V: 5V/div.

MJCB ASSY
Mode: PLAY (1kHz, 0dB)

61 V2001 - 27 pin (CLK) 63 V2001 - 25 pin (BK)


60

V: 5V/div. H: 100S/div.

JA1502 - 1 pin (ROUT) V: 2V/div. H: 500S/div.

pin (LAT) 62 V2001 - 26H: 100S/div. V: 5V/div. V: 5V/div. H: 100S/div.

54

61 62 63

F
E

MJCB ASSY
Mode: PLAY Measurement condition: Termination nothing, In case of 75 termination, level becomes half (0.5V).

55 JA1503 (DOUT) V: 0.2V/div. H: 500nS/div.

55

52
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

3.14 VOLTAGES
A

VOLTAGES
Voltage measurement condition: CD playback, CDJ, MASTER TEMPO: OFF , SLIDER: 0%

A 1/4 MAIN ASSY


Remove CN401 IC101 (HD6417709SF133B-D) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 Voltage (V) 3.31 3.30 1.754 0.010 1.754 0.009 0.008 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 2.370 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 1.752 0.011 0.011 0.011 0.008 0.63 to 0.84 3.31 1.57 to 1.65 1.53 0.64 to 1.2 0.5 to 1.2 1.27 to 1.31 1.3 to 1.4 1.39 to 1.41 1.39 to 1.43 1.40 to 1.54 0.008 1.50 to 1.52 3.31 0.95 to 1.10 1.1 to 1.3 1.43 1.47 to 1.53 1.38 to 1.40 0.53 to 0.75 1.80 to 1.85 1.69 to 1.74 1.67 to 1.73 0.008 1.42 to 1.63 3.31 1.38 to 1.53 1.33 to 1.42 0.90 to 0.96 0.85 to 0.91 0.85 to 1.16 1.0 to 1.4 0.55 to 0.74 0.82 to 0.93 0.10 to 0.45 0.008 0.22 to 0.86 3.31 Pin 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 Voltage (V) 0.085 to 0.095 0.34 to 0.37 0.52 to 0.85 0.43 to 0.56 0.9 to 1.4 0.17 to 0.41 0.42 to 0.61 0.008 0.015 to 0.018 1.749 0.02 to 0.08 0.008 0.13 to 0.16 3.31 0.008 2.63 to 2.66 3.31 1.7 to 2.2 2.20 to 2.30 3.31 0.055 to 0.110 3.22 to 3.25 3.31 0.008 3.31 3.31 3.0 to 3.3 1.9 to 2.1 3.31 0.033 to 0.080 3.31 3.30 3.30 3.31 0.11 to 0.15 3.31 2.657 0.009 0.009 3.31 0.010 3.31 0.010 3.28 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.30 3.31 2.540 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.008 to 0.030 0.016 0.009 3.31 1.751 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 Pin 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 Voltage (V) 0.011 3.31 1.751 0.816 0.009 0.008 0.008 1.751 0.011 to 0.035 0.009 0.009 1.751 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.008 0.015 3.26 0.009 1.675 3.31 0.010 3.31 0.15 to 0.26 0.009 3.31 0.008 0.008 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 1.751 3.31 3.31 0.009 3.27 3.30 0.008 0.008 3.31 0.008 3.31 3.31 0.011 to 0.017 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 0.015 to 0.055 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 0.008 0.009 3.31 0.009 0.035 to 0.150 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.008 IC102 (K4S281632F-UC75) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 Voltage (V) 3.31 1.45 to 1.49 3.31 1.30 to 1.35 1.46 to 1.49 0.008 1.19 to 1.22 1.0 to 1.2 3.31 1.2 to 1.6 1.48 to 1.52 0.008 0.5 to 0.9 3.31 2.19 to 2.24 3.19 to 3.24 2.65 to 2.68 3.09 to 3.12 2.01 to 2.03 0.1 to 0.4 0.1 to 0.4 0.55 to 0.71 1.80 to 1.82 1.69 to 1.73 1.71 to 1.73 1.52 to 1.63 3.31 0.008 1.43 to 1.53 1.39 to 1.50 0.90 to 0.94 0.85 to 0.92 0.84 to 0.95 0.9 to 1.2 0.80 to 0.87 0.085 to 0.093 3.31 1.642 2.20 to 2.23 0.14 to 0.20 0.009 1.42 to 1.45 3.31 1.35 to 1.43 1.32 to 1.38 0.009 1.02 to 1.13 0.9 to 1.1 3.31 1.54 to 1.56 1.64 to 1.69 0.009 0.65 to 0.80 0.009 Remove CN401 IC103 (DYW1752) Pin Voltage (V) 1 0.34 to 0.40 2 0.085 to 0.092 3 0.3 to 0.9 4 0.10 to 0.42 5 0.78 to 0.87 6 0.54 to 0.67 7 1.03 to 1.08 8 0.85 to 0.91 9 0.16 to 0.42 10 0.43 to 0.52 11 2.22 12 3.31 13 0.11 to 0.16 14 0.11 to 0.14 15 3.31 16 0.7 to 1.0 17 0.44 to 0.52 18 0.85 to 0.92 19 0.9 to 1.2 20 1.3 to 1.5 21 1.37 to 1.53 22 1.48 to 1.62 23 1.52 to 1.73 24 1.71 to 1.80 25 1.80 to 1.86 26 3.31 27 0.008 28 3.31 29 1.45 to 1.46 30 1.41 to 1.48 31 1.31 to 1.36 32 1.34 to 1.42 33 1.44 to 1.47 34 0.6 to 1.4 35 1.17 to 1.26 36 1.01 to 1.12 37 3.31 38 0.99 to 1.05 39 0.91 to 1.07 40 1.50 to 1.53 41 1.43 to 1.58 42 1.48 to 1.50 43 1.53 to 1.65 44 0.52 to 0.81 45 0.66 to 0.94 46 0.009 47 3.31 48 0.53 to 0.70

A 2/4 MAIN ASSY


IC301 (XC3S50-4TQG144C) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 Voltage (V) 0.009 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0. 3.31 3.31 0.009 3.31 3.31 1.74 to 1.79 1.87 to 1.91 1.66 to 1.77 3.31 0.009 3.31 0 to 0.6 3.31 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.5 0.009 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.5 0.009 0 to 3.31 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 0 to 0.6 3.31 0 to 3.31 0 to 0.6 2.520 2.520 2.520 0 to 0.6 1.2 to 1.6 0.009 3.31 2.368 0.009 2.5 to 2.9 3.166 2.520 1.211 0.009 0.044 to 0.046 0.044 to 0.046 0.044 to 0.046 3.31 0.044 to 0.046 1.651 0.010 3.31 1.663 1.907 1.211 2.521 3.202 0.009 0.010 3.31 0.009 3.31 3.31 3.31 2.540 2.522 Pin 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 Voltage (V) 0.115 2.22 to 2.24 3.31 3.245 3.1 to 3.3 1.44 to 1.47 1.28 to 1.37 1.43 to 1.46 0.008 1.16 to 1.29 0.97 to 1.20 1.53 to 1.55 1.47 to 1.51 0.5 to 0.8 2.21 to 2.30 0.008 1.39 to 1.41 1.32 to 1.39 3.31 1.27 to 1.32 1.00 to 1.09 0.008 0.9 to 1.0 1.52 to 1.53 1.59 to 1.61 0.63 to 0.82 1.80 to 1.85 1.69 to 1.76 0.008 1.58 to 1.73 1.47 to 1.63 1.37 to 1.53 1.35 to 1.50 3.31 0.90 to 0.94 0.85 to 0.93 2.517 2.517 2.517 0.55 to 0.72 0.95 to 1.10 0.009 3.31 0.84 to 0.87 0.008 0.009 3.31 2.522 1.211 3.31 3.31 2.63 to 2.67 0.006 3.31 3.1 to 3.3 3.31 3.31 3.31 0 to 0.2 3.28 1.210 2.520 3.30 0.008 2.3 to 3.3 3.31 0.009 0.346 3.31 0.009 2.521 2.518 IC501 (PE8001A) Pin Voltage (V) 1 1.661 2 0.77 to 0.85 3 1.650 4 2.254 5 1.634 6 2.814 7 0.009 8 5.00 9 5.00 10 0.001 11 2.504 12 0 to 0.08 13 2.517 14 0.009 15 5.00 16 2.514 17 0 to 0.03 18 2.503 19 0 20 5.00 21 4.99 22 5.00 23 0.010 24 4.98 25 4.98 26 0.011 27 3.31 28 3.31

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

53

A 3/4 MAIN ASSY


IC401 (TMS320DA150PGE16D) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 Voltage (V) 0.008 0.008 0.008 3.31 0.55 to 0.65 0.009 0.82 to 1.10 3.30 0.007 0.007 0.008 1.626 3.31 0.008 0.008 1.626 3.31 3.20 to 3.25 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 0.008 3.31 1.25 to 1.30 0.008 1.24 to 1.27 0.008 0.008 1.32 to 1.38 1.22 to 1.30 1.23 to 1.25 1.23 to 1.25 3.31 0.008 3.31 0.015 1.28 0.008 0.009 1.626 3.31 1.26 to 1.28 3.31 3.31 0.008 3.31 0.009 0.009 3.31 0.008 0.008 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.008 1.626 3.30 0.008 1.25 to 1.27 0.008 Pin 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 Voltage (V) 1.43 to 1.51 1.47 to 1.50 3.31 0.009 0.009 0.009 3.31 2.807 3.31 0.011 3.31 3.31 1.23 to 1.25 3.30 0.012 3.30 3.30 0.009 1.625 2.802 0.009 3.31 0.011 0.713 1.042 3.31 1.44 to 1.46 1.28 to 1.33 1.42 to 1.46 1.17 to 1.29 0.98 to 1.14 1.52 to 1.54 0.53 to 0.57 0.009 0.38 to 0.48 0.009 0.009 0.008 0.008 3.31 1.46 to 1.49 0.5 to 0.8 1.40 to 1.45 1.33 1.28 to 1.35 0.99 to 1.15 0.92 to 1.09 0.010 1.50 to 1.54 1.62 to 1.68 0.65 to 0.81 0.010 1.626 0.009 3.31 0.009 3.31 3.31 1.80 to 1.86 1.69 to 1.75 1.34 to 1.73 1.45 to 1.63 0.010 1.42 to 1.53 1.3 to 1.5 0.90 to 0.94 0.85 to 0.87 0.85 to 0.93 0.95 to 1.12 1.628 0.009 0.009 Remove CN401 IC402 (DSPD56367PV150) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 Voltage (V) 2.23 to 2.26 1.17 to 1.22 1.00 to 1.04 0.008 0.008 0.045 to 0.046 0.045 to 0.046 3.31 0.009 0.045 to 0.046 0.044 to 0.046 1.661 1.664 1.65 1.927 1.625 3.204 1.753 0.009 3.31 3.31 3.31 0.012 0.009 3.31 0.009 1.681 0.009 0.009 3.31 1.68 to 1.75 1.81 to 1.84 0.75 0.39 to 0.78 1.47 to 1.48 1.52 to 1.53 0.6 to 1.4 3.31 0.008 1.19 to 1.30 1.47 to 1.49 1.38 to 1.45 1.47 to 1.49 3.31 1.759 0.383 0.008 0.115 3.31 0.009 0.60 to 0.72 1.1 to 1.2 0.009 0.008 1.629 1.756 3.31 0.008 1.663 1.896 0.008 0.008 3.31 3.30 3.31 0.008 0.46 to 0.52 0.61 to 0.68 0.48 to 0.52 0.43 to 0.52 0.008 0.008 Pin 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 Voltage (V) 0.008 3.31 0.008 0.008 0.008 0.008 0.008 3.31 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.009 3.31 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.009 1.757 0.008 0.008 0.008 3.31 0.008 0.008 0.008 0.008 0.013 to 0.015 0.013 0.020 to 0.100 3.31 0.008 0 to 0.07 0.019 0.015 to 0.017 0.015 to 0.017 0.012 0.013 3.31 0.008 0.013 0.012 0.012 0.012 0.012 0.012 3.31 0.008 0.012 0.012 0.012 0.012 0.012 1.756 0.008 0.012 3.31 0.008 0.013 0.019 0.013 3.30 3.30 0.010 0.009 0.009 0.30 to 0.32 0.010 to 0.060 3.25 3.29 0.34 to 0.39 1.54 IC403 (TE4300PF) Pin Voltage (V) 1 1.51 to 1.63 2 1.53 to 1.72 3 1.69 to 1.75 4 1.80 to 1.81 5 0.5 to 0.8 6 0.009 7 0.66 to 0.85 8 1.62 to 1.69 9 1.52 to 1.56 10 0.9 to 1.1 11 0.9 to 1.2 12 3.31 13 1.29 to 1.34 14 1.33 to 1.41 15 1.41 to 1.46 16 0.1 to 0.6 17 0.44 to 0.52 18 0.009 19 3.31 20 1.52 to 1.55 21 1.00 to 1.17 22 1.18 to 1.23 23 1.45 to 1.48 24 1.31 to 1.35 25 1.45 to 1.47 26 3.31 27 3.31 28 3.31 29 3.31 30 3.31 31 0.009 32 3.31 33 3.31 34 3.31 35 0.010 36 0.079 37 3.31 38 1.660 39 3.31 40 3.31 41 3.31 42 0.008 43 3.31 44 3.31 45 3.31 46 3.31 47 3.31 48 3.31

G
Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

MFLB ASSY
Voltage (V) 1.936 5.02 5.02 5.02 0.007 0.018 0.007 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.004 5.02 2.558 0.004 2.328 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 5.02 0.018 0 to 5.02 0.014 to 0.017 3.96 0.008 1.3 to 1.7 0.64 to 0.65 5.01 4.10 5.01 0.44 to 0.47 1.8 to 2.2 4.78 3.59 5.02 0.009 0.004 0.024 0.608 0.016 2.821 5.02 5.01 5.01 0.009 0.008 Pin Voltage (V) 51 0.008 52 0.008 53 0.008 54 0.008 55 0.008 56 0.008 57 0.007 58 0.007 59 0.007 60 0.007 61 0.007 62 5.02 63 0.005 64 0.004 65 0.005 66 0.005 67 0.006 68 0.006 69 5.01 70 5.01 71 0.006 72 5.01 73 0.268 74 5.01 75 0.004 76 0.004 77 0.004 78 0.004 79 0.004 80 0.004 81 5.02 82 5.02 83 5.02 84 5.02 85 5.02 86 5.02 87 5.02 88 5.02 89 2.215 90 2.121 91 5.01 92 5.01 93 5.01 94 0.004 95 0.004 96 0.004 97 0.004 98 5.03 99 5.03 100 0.004

IC1002 (PEG237A)

54
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CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM


NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic diagrams. 2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB Diagrams Symbol In Schematic Diagrams B C E B C E Part Name

3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations. For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic diagram. 4. View point of PCB diagrams.

Connector
Transistor

Capacitor

B C E B B C E D D G S G S D G S C E B C E

SIDE A
Transistor with resistor

Field effect transistor

P.C.Board

Chip Part

SIDE B

Resistor array

3-terminal regulator

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

55

4.1 MAIN ASSY


SIDE A
A

A MAIN ASSY
C688 C691 C690 R623 C703 C705 R644 R645

CONTACT SIDE UP

R648 R647 C706


RXD

R641 R642 C680 R607 C667 C666 C644 C682 C673 C672 C674 R622

C704

C518

ST2-

STEPPING MOTOR

ST2+

VD3V TXD

CN604

ST1-

44

ST1+

44 R517

CN604

24 R602

B
C621

C623 R601

BDO

R603

C640

C679 C671 C627 R659 R660 C670 C676

C622 C620
36

OFTR

25

C624 C617 C618

C630 C629

13

C677 R658 C675

C678

12

RF+ RFE

R650

C639

IC 60 1

C628

C631

R612

C B

R614

C662 C661

133 R665 R666


C310

176
C685 IC603 C318 C316 C698 C309 C330 C308 C307

1
R63

Q601
R608

C684

1 C616

R613

Q603

5 1

R302 C317

C709

R609

R516

PICKUP ASSY

C635

C636 R632

R196

CN601

IC106

VREF C619 MPD 780LD C654 TF+ C655 T+

Q602

D303 R654 R653 R655 R656 R657

R191

R144 C145

R188

R189

5 1

4 3

IC107 C305 R194 R150 R10 R149 R408

CONTACT SIDE DOWN

CN601

F0

MAIN DWG15910 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C

26

X101

C144

0 1 2 3

C142
C143 L101

DNP2213-B 1/2
R628 C651 R630 C101

5 CONTACT SIDE DOWN

4 3

CN602

E88558
R661

IC113

Production Cord
HU+ C645

V+5S

LF
R473 R474 R475 R472 R478 R148 R110

C CN3102

C646

HUHV+ HVHW+

CN602

R664

C659 C649 C650

HWU W V C692 INSW

C647 HB C648

13

EMP LPS1

EMN

R428

R427

LPS2 C693 C694 C407

REFLOW

A
56
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

2 8

2 8

FIRST

R476
R479

R192

C306

C141

14

45

88 89 132

32

25

37 48

4 3

C116 R195

SIDE A
A

R647

R516

R512

IC503

C706
RXD

C516

R648

C518

1
R522 R521

C428 R520

VD3V TXD

R464
144

44

108

44

R517

32
C709

17 4 5
R519 IC502 C444

IC604

C414

C445 C446 C416 C417 C419 C418 C447

R468

1
R650 C710 R640

16

C436 C435

C431

C430

C310

C698 C309 C330

R449 R448 C429

176

R638

C432 C449 R460

37

72
R447

73

IC402

24

C308 C307

5 1

4 IC111 3 IC103

25

R196

R144 C145

C116 R195 C306

14
R189

IC107 C305

48

7
R194

R192

CN103
1 19 20
R173 1 R159 R172 R177 52

L101

IC104 R182

208

R156 208

4 3
C132

IC101

R101 C125

C122

LF
R150 R478 R103 R171 R148 R110 R109

R116

R170

113

C121

R408 R479

157

105
C107

R153

1
R134 R133 R143

R113

14

CN102
C103 C102

C104 R147

R151 R142

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

27

IC112

IC114

156 15

R154

R155

R476 1 2

R149

2 8 1 7 1 7

C513

C517

R434

C427

C426 C425 109

IC503

4 1

5 8

45

IC502

1 36 C138
C146

C415

IC603 IC604 IC402

IC601

Q601 Q602 IC111 Q603


C

IC103 IC106 IC107


R176 R174 R175 R120 R119 R131

IC104 IC113

53 104

2 8 2 8
R117

C137 C117 R118

IC101

R130

R132 R115 R114 R135 C151 IC115

1 3

C114 R157 R158

IC115

IC112 IC114

(DNP2213-B)

A
57

SIDE B
A

F CN1506

F CN1502
CN503 CN501
15.GND 14.D OUT 13.GND 12.W_MUTE 11.XCS 10.CONT0 9.SIN 8.CONT2 7.SOUT 6.CONT1 5.TXD 4.GND 3.RXD 2.GND 1.SCLK

A MAIN ASSY
CN503
6.V+5A 5.GND 4.LOUT 3.GND 2.GND 1.ROUT

R505 Q501 R535

C514

R503

R501

R502

D501

15
R515 R509

1
C708

C510 R534

R463

R513

15

7
14 IC407

1 5 4

C702

C506 C511 R533 R532 R531

1
C512

R508

R511

C60 C448 IC406 R453 C457 R452 C458 X402 C701 R605 C456

C515 C503 C521 C522

8 1
C509 R536 R537 R538 28 IC501 C523 C434 R462 C504 C505 R467 R465 R466 C109

14
R459 R458 F457 (R4457)

C433

R649

C699 C700 C301 C404


XCS XCS2 XCS5

DONE
XWE0

C124

C123

72
RDWR XRD

C111

C110

C
27

73
XCS0

D0

XRAS3L

D7 IC102

XWE1

XCS3 XCASL

E88558
R

SDRAM_66M 28 R122 C113 C112 A1 54 A7 IC301 108

C133 C127 C129 R121 C126 C130 C424 109 108 X401

13 C420 24

48

2 8 1 7 1

C421

IC401

C441 C131 R419 R451

RSTCPU

C437

25 25 C406

36
36

37

37

R415 C438 C439 C119 R416 C118 R435

C405

C403 C402 C401 R401

D401 C461
12.SDDAT3 13.XCARDIN

C440

C115

R193 R190

37 R423 C105

2 8 1 7
C450

2 8
R424 C452 C108

C451 1 7 R440 R441 C106 R102 R108 R104 R106 R105 R107 R111 R146

R112

1.SDWP 2.GND 3.XMMCD 4.SDDAT2 5.SDDAT1 6.MMDAT0 7.GND 8.MMCLK 9.V+3R3 10.MMCMD 11.GND

R411 C479 R410 C478 R409 C476 R407 C475 R406 C474 R405 C473

73 72

C443 C120

36

1R437 7

2 8

R420

R421 R422

C442

R47

A
58
1 2

E CN3002
CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

C411

C412

12

AOI ICT FC
144

C128

C422

R414

C423

109 R442 IC403 12 1

48

R301 C302

CN501

CONTACT SIDE UP

108

13

24

1 7

2 8

F CN1501
CN502
CN501
TACT SIDE UP
R643 C707 R646 C507 C501 C689 R621 C687

SIDE B
A

CN502
9.V+1R8 8.GND 7.V+3R3 6.GND 5.V+5S 4.GNDR 3.GNDR 2.V+12S 1.V+12S

1
C632 R515 C601 C708 R604

8
IC606

5
C634

9
C686 C681 C664

Q501

R513

11

C702

C610

IC606
B

C448 IC406 R453 C457 R452 C458 X402

C701

C502

R605

C637

C633 IC605

C668 C604

C669

C508

C602 C456
CS0 XCS3 XCASL

C606
C665 R663 R662

C641 C609

IC407 IC501 IC406 IC605

C699

C663

R619 R649 C700 R618 C696

C638 C603 R652 IC303

C626

C695

2 8

C328

DONE

R301

SECOND

73

37 36

36

XRAS3L

C319
C315 C322 R307

R313 C320

R314 C326

D301

C615

C608

_66M IC301

R303

C327
R306 C314

108

C304 C311

C301 C404 C303


XCS4

C403

R315

C324

C613

109 R442

144
C312 C313 R312 R311

C611

D302 8

C614

48

R631 R629 C652

C302

IC302

48

XCS5

C321

C412

36
36

37

37

C406

D401

C413

IC602

C405

R636

R637

Q604

C403 C402 C401 R401

C411

C461 R477

C472 C477 C471

C479 R410 C478 R409 C476 R407 C475 R406 C474 R405 C473

1.EMN

2.EMP

1.LPS1

3.LPS2

2.GND

CN603

13

5.SDDAT1 6.MMDAT0 7.GND 8.MMCLK 9.V+3R3 10.MMCMD 11.GND

12.SDDAT3 13.XCARDIN

E CN3002

CN401

CONTACT SIDE UP

R471

CN401
F

CN605

(R4452)

R404 R403 R402

F452

XCS2

XCS6

IC405 5 8 5

R627 R626 R633


2

R620 Q605 28 27

CN603 LOADING MOTOR ASSY-S


6

37

72

R606

C323

C625

C697

C642

IC303
C

IC102 IC301

108

1 4 1
3

IC302

R610 C329 R611 R615 R616 R617 5

IC403

C656

CN605

CDJ-1000MK3
7 8

54 C660

IC405

LF
IC401 Q604 Q605

IC602

(DNP2213-B)

B CN2401

A
59

4.2 SLMB, SPCN, INSW and SDCB ASSYS


SIDE A
A

SIDE A

A CN605
CN2401
CN24011
1.LPS1 2.GNDD 3.LPS2 1 3 3

B SLMB ASSY
S2 4 02

SLOTSW
S2 4 01

OPEN SIDE

SLMB

DWS1366-

(DNP2212-B)

SLOTSW

C SPCN ASSY
1

D INSW ASSY
LF

A CN602

CN3102

CN3102

CONTACT SIDE

DOWN LF

CMKM-P3X

CN3101 CN3103
12 1 1 2

CN3101

S3301

SPCN DWX2559-

CMKM-P3X

13

2/2

(DNP2215-B)

CN3103
D

(DNP2215-B)

SPINDLE MOTOR

SDCB ASSY
R3030 R3033 R3035 R3032 R3031 R3034

SDCB DWX25582/2
R3028 D3007 D3008 R3013 R3022 R3015 R3004 R3026

S3001

LF
R3006 R3011

CN3002

R3017
R3029

R3027

C3001

A CN401

C3004

CN3002

R3007 R3014 C3003 R3016 R3008 R3009

D3001 D3002 D3003 D3004

R3005 R3025

R3018

R3002

R3019 R3021

R3020

R3001

13

CONTACT SIDE UP

D3005 R3023

D3006 R3003

R3024

R3010

C3002

R3012

CMKM-P3X
(DNP2215-B)

B C D E
60
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

CN3301

2/2 INSW DWS1369-

CN3301
1 2

9 1 8

9 1

CN3001

SIDE B

SIDE B
A

B SLMB ASSY
SLOTSW
CMKM-P3X

CN2401
S2402 3.LPS2 2.GNDD 1.LPS1

SLOTSW

40HI

CN2401

S2401

SLMB 1/2 DWS1366-

(DNP2212-B)

LF

B
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

61

4.3 MJCB ASSY


SIDE A
A

MJCB ASSY
C1528 R1509 C1501 R1505 R1514 R1511 R1503 Q1508 C1505

A CN503 M CN601
CN1506
C1502 R1512 C1523 1.V+12A 2.GNDA 3.GNDA 4.V-12A

CN1505
C1525

CN1505

1 2

C1519

Q1505

R1516

R1563 4

C1529

R1504

R1529

8 8 W136 IC1512

5 5 W137 W117 W119 W118 R1519 C1513

JA1503

C1508

R1518

1 1 Q1509

4 4

1.ROUT 2.GNDA 3.GNDA 4.LOUT 5.GNDA 6.V+5A W138

W120 W122 C1530

11.V+12S 10.V+12S 9.GNDR 8.GNDR 7.V+5 6.GNDD 5.V+3R3 4.GNDD 3.V+1R8 2.GNDD 1.VLDCNT

JA1502

R1510

JA1501

C1526

W121 CONTACT SIDE

R1507

R1531

W101

Q1506

C1520

CN1506

W316

R1532

C1504

R1521

C1506

R1508

R1506

C1503

MJCB
W102 W103

CN1502

T-DWG238

1 1

W105

15 W106

1.SCLK 2.GNDD 3.RXD 4.GNDD 5.TXD 6.CONT1 7.SOUT 8.CONT2 9.SIN 10.CONT0 11.XCS 12.W_MUTE 13.GNDD 14.DOUT 15.GNDD

W104

CN1502

A CN501
Q1508 Q1509 IC1512 Q1505 Q1506

SIDE B
D
C1517 Q1511 R1548 Q1512 R1551 R1550 R1549 R1560 R1535

CN1502
15.GNDD 14.DOUT 13.GNDD 12.W_MUTE 11.XCS 10.CONT0 9.SIN 8.CONT2 7.SOUT 6.CONT1 5.TXD 4.GNDD 3.RXD 2.GNDD 1.SCLK

MJCB ASSY

53
1

CN1506 CN1505
F

IC101

Q1512 Q1511 Q1503 Q1502

Q1504 Q1501 IC150

F
62
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

C1511

R1527

GNDA

CN1505

1.ROUT 2.GNDA 3.GNDA 4.LOUT 5.GNDA 6.V+5A

510

W107

W108 Q1504 15 Q1501 IC1509

1 6

CN1502

1 6

R1515 1.V+12A 2.GNDA 3.GNDA 4.V-12A

R1517

CMKM-P3X

D1506

C1516 Q1502 Q1503 R1538 R1559 R1536 R1534 R1546 C1515

GNDD

D1505

C1509

C1512

1 R1544 R1528 D1503 C1522 IC1512

R1530 4 1

CN1506
R1522

R1524 R1523

SIDE A

M CN201
CN1503
C1525 11 11 IC1514

M CN301
CN1507
IC1501

J CN2002
CN1504

CN1507

491.800

491002.
R1563 11.V+12S 10.V+12S 9.GNDR 8.GNDR 7.V+5 6.GNDD 5.V+3R3 4.GNDD 3.V+1R8 2.GNDD 1.VLDCNT IC1502 1.FLAC1 2.FLAC2 3.FLAC3 4.FLAC4 5.GLOAD 6.GLOAD 1 2 1

CN1503

REPLACE IC LINKS AS MARKED. MFD.BY LITTELFUSE INC.


IC1503

CAUTION
CONTACT SIDE

C1507

W140 R1562 22 22 W135 R1561

W139 10

CN1504

491.315

W128

49101.6
IC1506

49101.6

IC1513

W125

W126

1 1 W134 W133 W130 W129 16.FLAC2 17.GNDD 18.FLAC1 19.GNDD 20.VLDMFL 21.GNDD 22.VLDJOG W131 W132 1.V+5D 2.GNDD 3.SIN

491002.
1.V+12S 2.V+12S 3.GNDR 4.GNDR 5.V+5S 6.GNDD 7.V+3R3 8.GNDD 9.V+1R8

C1530 1 1 W311

CN1501

IC1504

W123

IC1507

491.200

W114

W108

W109

W127

10.GLED 11.XCS 12.FLAC4 13.RESET 14.FLAC3 15.GNDD

4.SOUT 5.SCLK 6.TXD 7.RXD 8.VLED 9.GLED

W124

W106

C1527

W116

W112 W111 W110

W115

05

15

W113

491004.
W107

10.CONT0 11.XCS 12.W_MUTE 13.GNDD 14.DOUT 15.GNDD

MJCB DWG1605-

Q1513

R1554

R1502

CN1501

(DNP2214-B)

C1524

Q1507

01
IC1502 IC1514 IC1506 IC1507

A CN502
IC1501 IC1503 IC1513 Q1513 IC1504 Q1507

1 2 9

1 9

SIDE B
502
15.GNDD 14.DOUT 13.GNDD 12.W_MUTE 11.XCS 10.CONT0 9.SIN 8 CONT2 1 11

CN1501

58

CN1503

CN1507

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point. IC1511 IC1510 Q1507
F

CN1504

Q1504 Q1501 IC1509

Q1510

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

C1514

59

57

56

D1504

REMPLACER LE IC LINK COMME INDIQUE. DE CHEZ LETTEL FUSE INC.

22

D1501

CN1504
1 5.SCLK 4.SOUT 3.SIN 2.GNDD 1.V+5D

D1502

D1508

C1518

CN1504

R1553

ATTENTION

IC1511 22.VLDJOG 21.GNDD 20.VLDMFL 19.GNDD 18.FLAC1 17.GNDD 16.FLAC2 15.GNDD 14.FLAC3 13.RESET 5 1 5 1 IC1510 10 3 3 4 9 C1521 4 R1545 R1557 R1556 12.FLAC4 11.XCS 10.GLED 9.GLED 8.VLED 7.RXD 6.TXD R1543 Q1507

LF
GNDD

4.GNDR 3.GNDR 2.V+12S 1.V+12S

9.V+1R8 8.GNDD 7.V+3R3 6.GNDD 5.V+5S

4.FLAC4 5.GLOAD 6.GLOAD

1.FLAC1 2.FLAC2 3.FLAC3

C1532

CN1507

11.V+12S 10.V+12S 9.GNDR 8.GNDR 7.V+5 6.GNDD 5.V+3R3 4.GNDD

Q1510

R1540

C1510

C1511

Q1504

15 R1542 GNDD Q1501 IC1509 R1 1.VLDCNT 2.GNDD 3.V+1R8

CN1501
C1537

R1555

1 6

CN1503

C1536

C1533 C1534 C1535

(DNP2214-B)

F
63

64

G I
SIDE A
D1009 W237 S1018 D1003 W260 D1013 W174 W294 W293 W209 S1002 D1007 S1017 D1014 D1012 S1016

G MFLB ASSY

W181

W156

CONTACTSIDE UP

J1004
W157 W159

D1001

4.4 MFLB and RSWB ASSYS

TEXT/WAVE

TIME/MODE

LOOP IN

CN1007

J1301
W185 W186 W182 D1002 10 W183 W241 W298 1 1 10 Q1016 C1019

W296

REV(OFF)

FWD(ON)

J1301
W240 DWS1368RSWB

W297 W267 W299 W300

K CN2301

Q1016

CN1007

REVERSE

2.GNDD 1.SW0

CDJ-1000MK3
W245 W268 W269 W270 W301 W242 S1014 1.GNDD 2.PLAY 3.CUE 4.KEY0_B 5.PLAYL 6.CUEL 7.GNDD 8.MMCL 9.VLED 10.GLED D1004

S1301

1 2

1
A
W238 W239 W210 W295

C B

W175

W155 D1018 D1008 W261 W179 W180 W215 W211 W212 W213 W176 W214 W263 W262 D1017

REC MODE

D1011 W148 W149 W150 1 W177 W265 W178 W266 2.SW0 1.GNDD W158 1

CN1002

W264

REV
J1004

2
1
W184 S1013 S1011 S1012 1

I
MFLB DWG1606ICT
W243 W244 W302

RSWB ASSY

3
LOOP OUT
D1005 W187 W217 W216

W271

W272 W274 W275 W276 W277 W273

FC

(DNP2214-B)
W188 W189 W190 W191 W160 W161 W218 W219 W192 W193 W194 W247 D1006

W278 W303 W279 W304 W305 W306 W307 W280 W246 35 35 W281

4
1
1

W282

RELOOP
X1001 S1015

V1001

W223

CN1001

CONTACTSIDE UP

1.FLAC1 2.GNDD 3.GNDD 4.FLAC2 5.FLAC2 6.VLDMFL 7.VLDMFL 8.GLED 9.RESET 10.VLED 11.RXD 12.TXD W195

13.SCLK 14.SOUT 15.SIN 16.XCS 17.JOG1 18.JOG2 19.THC 20.J_SDO 21.J_SCLK 22.J_LAT 23.J_BK 24.GNDD

J CN2001

W220

SIDE A
A

6.GNDD 5.FLWR 4.RMIN 3.V+5D 2.REMO 1.REMO

S1001

W310 W286 W287 W308 W288 W309 W289

CN1005
W291

S1008 W283 W285 W284

W290

MEMORY
S1010 W248 W251 W250 W252 W249 W317 W254 W318 S1009

71 61 W222 W224 W220 X1001 S1015 C1015 W225 S1003 W221 W228 W227 S1004 C1020 W226 W253 71

78 78

83 83 W256 W257 W230

DELETE
W259 W236 W235 S1006 W315 W231 W232 1 2 3

W223

S1007

W314

W258

FLD -

FLD +
W200 W204 W203

16.XCS 17.JOG1 18.JOG2 19.THC 20.J_SDO 21.J_SCLK 22.J_LAT 23.J_BK 24.GNDD

W199

Production code
W312 VR1001 W205 W206 W208

W195

4.FLAC2 5.FLAC2 6.VLDMFL 7.VLDMFL 8.GLED 9.RESET 10.VLED 11.RXD 12.TXD

W196

W197

W207

CALL BACK

CALL FWD

W233

W234

W168

W201

W164

W165

W198

W169

W162

W163

H CN1201

W166

W167

CONTACTSIDE UP

J1006

W173

W171

W202

25.V+5D

J1006

25

W170

25

W172

CN1001

CN1001

9.VLED 8.GLED 7.MTL 6.TRESL 5.KEY1_B 4.V+5D 3.ADCT 2.ADIN 1.GNDD

VR1002

CN2001

W154 W153

VINYL

D1010

D1015

S1005 D1016

CDJ

(DNP2214-B)

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

1 2 1

6 6

EJECT LOCK
1

DIRECT

LOCK
W292

EJECT

TOUCH/BRAKE

RELEASE

E
JOG MODE

G
65

SIDE B
A

Q1008 Q1012 VR1001 VR1002

IC1002 IC1004

G MFLB ASSY
LOCK DIRECT
GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD S1118 C1017 R1081 GNDD

B
EJECT LOCK

1.REMO 2.REMO 3.V+5D 4.RMIN 5.FLWR 6.GNDD

CN1005
6 R1080 R1078 R1084 R1082 R1083 R1079 R1063 1 R1013 R1014 R1012

CMKM-P3X
R1047 R1070 R1049 R1071 R1050 R1068

R1093

R1098 R1097

R1096

R1095

R1094

R1092 R1091

MEMORY S1008

R106

51

50

R1074 C1005 R1086 R


31 IC 10 02

R1075

R1077

80

C1018

30

S1009

C1024

C1012

R1 R107

C
R1022 C1004

DELETE
IC1004
0 10 0

81

R1055

C1010 S1004 FKD+ R1006 C1023 C1016 S1003 FLDR1005 C1009 C1011

C1014 R1058

R1052 C1006

R1021

R1010

R1011

S1007 CALL BACK

C1007

S1006 CALL FWR

C1013 R1053

D
C1008 R1007

J1006

J1006

VR1002

R1088

25

RELEASE

E
S1005 JOG MODE R1043 R1042 R1041 D1010

D1016

D1015

G
66
1 2

Q1012

Q1008

R1035

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

17.JOG1 16.XCS 15.SIN 14.SOUT 13.SCLK 12.TXD 11.RXD 10.VLED 9.RESET 8.GLED 7.VLDMFL 6.VLDMFL 5.FLAC2 4 FLAC2

GNDD

GNDD

C1022

CN1001

CN1001

25.V+5D 24.GNDD 23.J_BK 22.J_LAT 21.J_SCLK 20 J SDO GNDD GNDD

TOUCH/BRAKE VR1001

9.VLED 8.GLED 7.MTL 6.TRESL 5.KEY1_B 4.V+5D 3.ADCT 2.ADIN 1.GNDD

S1015 RELOOP

C1021

R1059

R1054

10

R1051

9 1

SIDE B
Q1002 Q1013 Q1014 Q1006 Q1005 Q1010 Q1007 Q1011 Q1015 Q1009
A

IC1001 IC1003 Q1004

Q1001 Q1003

LF
GNDD GNDD

GNDD

Q1002 Q1013

B
R1026

GNDD

D1012 R1037 R1025 TIME S1012 Q1014

R1051

R1047 R1070

R1049

R1071 R1050

R1046

50

R1003 R1056

R1004

R1015 R1016 R1067 C1002

R1044

5 R1076 R1057 1

4 3 IC1001 C1001 IC1003 5 R1062

R1019

R1075

Q1005

R1018

31

30

Q1006

C1012

R1073 R1072

D1008 R1032

Q1010

R1060

R1017

C1025

D1021

R1008

R1065

R1087

R1054

014 R1058

D1020

R1064 C1026 C1027

S1014

C1003

Q1001

R1059

D1006 R1030

R1031

R1023

S1015 RELOOP

R1028 R1029

R1024

25.V+5D 24.GNDD 23.J_BK 22.J_LAT 21.J_SCLK 20.J_SDO 19.THC 18.JOG2

R1045

R1085

16.XCS 15.SIN 14.SOUT 13.SCLK 12.TXD 11.RXD 10.VLED 9.RESET 8.GLED 7.VLDMFL 6.VLDMFL 5.FLAC2 4.FLAC2 3.GNDD 2.GNDD 1.FLAC1

VLED GLED V+5D GNDD 10 1.GNDD 2.PLAY 3.CUE 4.KEY0_B 5.PLAYL 6.CUEL 7.GNDD 8.MMCL 9.VLED 10.GLED R1089 R1090

R1020

GNDD

GNDD

GNDD

GLED

J1004

FWD(ON)

J1301

R1036

REV(OFF)

R1068

R1069

D1017

R1074 R1086

R1048

D1003 A S1016

R1055

S1013 TEXT LOOP IN S1013

C
D1007 D1013 S1017 B

R1009 LOOP OUT

R1061

R1033 R1039 R1038 D1001 Q1007

D1002 Q1004 D1005 D1004

R1040 D1014

Q1015

Q1011 D1018 D1009 C S1018 R1034 R1027

Q1003

D
R1001

CN1001
0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 2 3 A B C

CN1007

R1002 REC MODE S1002

CN1001

CN1007
2.SW0 1.GNDD

(DNP2214-B)

2 1

J1004

RSWB ASSY
2.SW0 1.GNDD

E
Q1009

LF
REVERSE
2 1

D1011

J1301

S1701

CMKM-P3X

(DNP2214-B)

G I
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

67

4.5 SLDB ASSY


SIDE A
A

SIDE B

H SLDB ASSY

H SLDB ASSY
C1204

CMKM-P3X

W151

W152 VR1202

VR1202
C1205 R1203

VR1202 TEMPO RESET

Q1201

S1203

C1201

W142

VR1201

D1203

D1201

W143

W144

LF
D1202

W141

VR1201

G J1006

CN1201

CN1201

(DNP2214-B)
F

(DNP2214-B)

H
68
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

TEMPO RANGE

S1201

R1201

1.GNDD 2.ADIN 3.ADCT 4.V+5D 5.KEY1_B 6.TRESL 7.MTL 8.GLED 9.VLED

9.VLED 8.GLED 7.MTL 6.TRESL 5.KEY1_B 4.V+5D 3.ADCT 2.ADIN 1.GNDD

CN1201

MASTER TEMPO

S1202

Q1202

Q1202

R1202

bend
R1210 R1206

R1208 R1207 R1209

Q1201

bend

ZERO POINT ADJ

LF
R1204

C1202

SLDB DWS1367C1203 D1203 S1203

ZERO POINT ADJ TEMPO RESET

MASTER TEMPO

CN1201

W145

W146

D1202

W147

S1202

TEMPO RANGE

S1201

OPEN SIDE

4.6 KSWB ASSY


SIDE A SIDE B
A

K KSWB ASSY
CONTACT SIDE DOWN

K KSWB ASSY
G CN1007
10

10 10

CN2301

CN2301

TRK BACK

TRK FWD

W2009 W2010 W2011

W2012 W2001 W2002 W2003

1/2

GNDD
W2013 S2306

SCAN FWD

DWS1365-

KSWB

S2306

W2004 W2005

GLED

CMKM-P3X

W2006 W2007

W2016 W2017

VLED GLED

Q2301

VLED
D2302 D2301 D2303

GLED

R2310 R2307 R2311

S2301

D2310

D2309

(DNP2212-B)

(DNP2212-B)

PLAY

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

C2301

S2301

R2305

Q2303

Q2303

GLED

VLED

D2303

D2301

R2304

Q2301

GLED

VLED

GLED

C2302

S2302

GNDD

S2302

VLED

GLED

GNDD

W2014

LF

CUE

VLED

Q2302

D2305

D2306

R2306

Q2302
D2308

R2308

V+12V
D2305 D2306

GLED

VLED

S2305

SCAN BACK

GNDD

GLED

C2303

R2309

R2303

GNDD SCAN FWD

S2304

S2303

R2302

R2301

D2310

GNDD

D2304

D2307

D2302

1.GNDD 2.PLAY 3.CUE 4.KEY0_B 5.PLAYL 6.CUEL

GNDD TRK BACK


S2303 S2304

GNDD

W2008

GLED VLED

GNDD

7.GNDD 8.MMCL 9.VLED 10.GLED

10.GLED 9.VLED 8.MMCL 7.GNDD 6.CUEL 5.PLAYL 4.KEY0_B 3.CUE 2.PLAY 1.GNDD

CN2301
1

CN2301

TRK FWD

KSWB

D2309

R2313

GNDD

SCAN BACK

S2305

ICT FC

DWS1365D2308 D2307

CUE PLAY

W2054

D2304

K
69

4.7 JFLB and JOGB ASSYS


SIDE A
A

SIDE A
Q2003 Q2002

Q2001

G CN1001

J
B

JFLB ASSY
DWG16021 1

CN2001
CN2001
V+5D
14.SOUT 15.SIN
W2042 W2043 W2047 W2068

JFLB

25 25

V2001 W2041 W2044 W2045

W2069

W2039

GNDD
Q2003

W2058

GNDD

GNDD

W2027 W2026

C
Q2002

W2038 W2033

1.T C 2.N H 3.G C ND D

VLOADJ

W2063

W2032

CN

20

03
VLOAD V+5D

V+5D VLOAD
W2053

V+5D
W2037 W2030

W2048

W2028

W2040

W2046

W2049

16.XCS 17.JOG1 18.JOG2 19.TCH 20.J_SDO 21.J_SCLK 22.J_LAT 23.J_BK 24.GNDD 25.V+5D

1.FLAC1 2.GNDD 3.GNDD 4.FLAC2 5.FLAC2 6.VLDMFL 7.VLDMFL 8.GLED 9.RESET 10.VLED 11.RXD 12.TXD 13.SCLK

V+5D
W2066 W2034

GNDD GNDD FLAC3


W2062 W2031

CO

NT

CN2002

FLAC3

VLOAD

W2059

W2019

W2020

W2021

W2022

W2065

GNDD
W2029

W2056

W2036

W2050

D
CN2004
1 2 4

W2052

W2061

5 6 1.JOG2 2.JOG1 3.V+5D 4.GNDD

9 C2005

13 C2004

23 W2071

30 C2006

38

VLOAD

CN2003 SHEET SW

CN2004
1.V+5D 2.GNDD 3.SIN 4.SOUT 5.SCLK 6.TXD 7.RXD 8.VLED 9.GLED 10.GLED 11.XCS 12.FLAC4 13.RESET 14.FLAC3 15.GNDD 16.FLAC2 17.GNDD 18.FLAC1 19.GNDD 20.VLDMFL 21.GNDD 22.VLOAD

CN2201
E
1 1 2 4 4

CN2201

D2201

(DNP2212-B)
6

(DNP2212-B)

L
F

JOGB ASSY

J L
70
1 2

JOGB DWG1603-

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

Q2001

C2011

CN2002

EU

GNDD

GNDD

FLAC3

W2070

FLAC4

W2025

ID

F CN1504

AC

TS

22 22

SIDE B

SIDE B
A

Q2001

IC2001

Q2003 Q2002

JFLB ASSY
CN2001
25 C2001

CN2001

CONTACT SIDE
1

JFLB 1/2 DWG160225.V+5D 24.GNDD 23.J_BK 22.J_LAT 21.J_SCLK 20.J_SDO 19.TCH 18.JOG2 17.JOG1 16.XCS 15.SIN 14.SOUT

GNDD

13.SCLK 12.TXD 11.RXD 10.VLED 9.RESET 8.GLED 7.VLDMFL 6.VLDMFL 5.FLAC2 4.FLAC2 3.GNDD 2.GNDD 1.FLAC1

GNDD
R2005 R2006

Q2003
1.V+5D 2.GNDD 3.SIN 4.SOUT 5.SCLK 6.TXD 7.RXD 8.VLED 9.GLED 10.GLED 11.XCS 12.FLAC4 13.RESET 14.FLAC3 15.GNDD 16.FLAC2 17.GNDD 18.FLAC1 19.GNDD 20.VLDMFL 21.GNDD 22.VLOAD

R2003 R2002

GNDD
Q2002

D2006

D2004

D2005

D2003

R2001

R2004

VLOAD V+5D
R2013 R2008 R2015 R2017 C2003 R2016 R2014 R2012 R2009 R2019

CN2002

V+5D VLOAD

R2007

C2002
D ND 3.G C 2.N CH T 1. 1 3

11

V+5D GNDD FLAC4 GNDD FLAC3 VLOAD

VLOAD

V+5D

FLAC3 GNDD
C2010 C2009 C2008 C2007 R2024

CN2002

CONTACT SIDE

GNDD GNDD

CN

20

03

VLOAD

R2018

FLAC3

CMKM-P3X

R2010 R2011

22

38 D2002 D2001 30 23 IC2001 1 13 9 6 5

22

C2011

60 61 62 63 V2001

CN2004
4.GNDD 3.V+5D 2.JOG1 1.JOG2

R2020 R2022 R2023 R2021

C2004

Q2001

C2006

C2005

CN2004

CN2003

1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1

0 1 2 3 0

A B C

CN2201
JOGB 1/2
R2202 C2201 4 R2201 1

LF
(DNP2212-B)

DWG1603CN2201

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

(DNP2212-B)

JOGB ASSY
F

R2203

CMKM-P3X

C2202

LF

J L
CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

71

4.8 SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY


SIDE A
A

M SW POWER SUPPLY
ASSY
F CN1503
CN201

F CN1507
CN301

SIDE A

M
72
1 2

TO INLET ASSY

CN101

F CN1505

CN601

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

5. PCB PARTS LIST


NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples. Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%, and K=10%). 560 56 x 10 1 RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J 561 47k RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J 47 x 10 3 473 0.5 RN2H R 5 0 K R50 1 RS1P 1 R 0 K 1R0 Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors). 5.62k 562 x 10 1 5621 RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
A

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
DWG1591 DWM2223 DWG1605 DWG1606 DWS1367 DWS1368 DWM2224 DWG1602 DWG1603 DWS1365 DWS1366 DWM2225 DWS1369 DWX2558 DWX2559 DWR1409

Mark No.
IC403 IC401 IC301 Q603 Q501 Q604 Q601,Q602 Q605 D501 D301-D303,D401

Description

Part No.
TE4300PF TMS320DA150PGE16D XC3S50-4TQG144C 2SA1577 2SD2114K 2SJ598-Z DTC114YK DTC124EUA 1SS355 RB551V-30

LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
1..MAIN ASSY NSP 1..MFLA ASSY 2..MJCB ASSY 2..MFLB ASSY 2..SLDB ASSY 3..RSWB ASSY 1..JFLA ASSY 2..JFLB ASSY 2..JOGB ASSY 2..KSWB ASSY 3..SLMB ASSY 1..SUBA ASSY 2..INSW ASSY 2..SDCB ASSY 2..SPCN ASSY 1..SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY

NSP

COILS AND FILTERS


L101 LCYA1R5J2520

NSP

CAPACITORS
C602 (22/6.3 V) C672 C652 C457 C630,C651 C458 C516-C518 C143,C144 C105,C321,C413 C327,C328,C461,C507,C508 C510,C603,C604,C606,C608 C611 C509,C512,C609,C610 C613,C614 C601,C615 C627,C645-C647,C666,C667 C676,C679,C692 C659,C682 C471,C616-C619,C625,C626 C628,C629,C631,C633-C636 C639-C642,C644,C656,C660 C680,C687 C102,C103,C141,C145,C320 C322,C323,C326,C329 C402-C404,C406,C420,C435 C448,C456,C632,C637,C638 C700-C702,C708 C671 C675,C678 C677 CCH1426 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH150J50 CCSRCH151J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH7R0D50 CCSSCH471J16 CEHVW101M6R3 CEHVW101M6R3 CEHVW101M6R3 CEHVW470M16 CEHVW470M16 CEHVW470M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB122K50 CKSRYB182K50 CKSRYB222K50

>

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

A MAIN ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC601
> IC303 > IC605

IC602 IC104 IC402 IC103 IC101 IC102 > IC606


> IC302 > IC405

AN22022A BA00HC5FP BA15BC0WFP BD7905BFS BU4230G DSPD56367PV150 DYW1752 HD6417709SF133B-D K4S281632F-UC75 MM1478DFBE MM1592FF MM1661GH MN103S71F PE8001A PEA007A8 TC74VHC04FTS1 TC7SH04FUS1 TC7SH08FUS1 TC7SZU04FU TC7WH34FU

IC603 IC501 IC604 IC107,IC114,IC407 IC112 IC111,IC113,IC115 IC106,IC406 IC502,IC503

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

73

Mark No.
C621,C673 C138 C661,C662 C654,C655,C670 C622,C707

Description

Part No.
CKSRYB273K16 CKSRYB333K16 CKSRYB471K50 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYB474K10 CKSRYB561K50 CKSSYB102K50 CKSSYB103K16 CKSSYB103K16 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB104K10 CKSSYB182K50 CKSSYB333K10 CKSSYB562K25

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

B SLMB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S2401,S2402 DSG1017

C706 C620 C142,C689 C125,C324,C401,C441,C449 C503-C506 C101,C104,C106-C116 C118-C124,C126-C133,C137 C146,C151,C301-C319,C330 C405,C407,C411,C412 C414-C419,C421-C432 C436-C440,C442-C447 C450-C452,C501,C502 C513-C515,C663-C665 C668,C669,C681,C684-C686 C688,C690,C691,C695-C699 C710 C704,C705 C433 C434,C703
C

OTHERS
CN2401 CONNECTOR 3P S3B-ZR

C SPCN ASSY
OTHERS
CN3103 12P FFC CONNECTOR CN3102 13P FFC CONNECTOR CN3101 CONNECTOR 2P DKN1205 DKN1275 VKN1940

D INSW ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S3301 CSN1031

OTHERS
CN3301 CONNECTOR 2P VKN1940

RESISTORS
R610,R611,R615-R617 (0.68,1/4 W) R626,R627,R633 (0.68,1/4 W) R121,R156,R159,R652 R427,R428,R434 R435,R437,R440,R441 R191,R4452,R4457 R313 R659 R314 R468 DCN1143 DCN1143 RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ223J RAB4CQ472J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/16S1001D RS1/16S1502F RS1/16S2001D RS1/16S2701F RS1/4S0R0J RS1/4SA240J RS1/4SA2R0J RS1/16S###J

E SDCB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
D3002,D3004,D3006,D3008 D3001,D3003,D3005,D3007 DAN202K DAP202K

SWITCHES AND RELAYS


S3001 CSN1068

CAPACITORS
C3004 C3001-C3003 CEVW101M16 CKSRYB104K16

R609 R608 R636,R637 Other Resistors

RESISTORS
All Resistors RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
X101 CRYSTAL RESONATOR (65.975 MHz) X401 CERAMIC OSCILLATOR (16.000 MHz) X402 CRYSTAL RESONATOR (16.9344 MHz)
E

OTHERS
DSS1144 CSS1616 VSS1084 CN3001 SD CARD SLOT CONNECTOR CN3002 13P CONNECTOR DKP3748 VKN1305

F MJCB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
> IC1513 (315 mA) > IC1501 (800 mA) > IC1502,IC1503 (1.6 A) > IC1506,IC1514 (2 A) > IC1507 (4 A) > IC1504 (200 mA) > IC1509

CN502 CN602 CN604 CN601 CN401

CONNECTOR 9P 13P FFC CONNECTOR 4P FFC CONNECTOR 26P FFC CONNECTOR 13P FFC CONNECTOR

AKM1295 DKN1275 DKN1288 DKN1448 VKN1305 VKN1307 VKN1940 VKN1941 VKN1944

AEK7003 AEK7008 AEK7012 AEK7013 AEK7018 AEK7023 BA50BC0FP NJM4580D 2SC2412K 2SC4081

CN501 15P FFC CONNECTOR CN603 CONNECTOR 2P CN605 CONNECTOR 3P CN503 CONNECTOR 6P

IC1512 Q1510 Q1511,Q1512

74
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

Mark No.
> Q1507

Description

Part No.
2SD2012 2SD2144S DTA124EUA DTC124EUA 1SR154-400 1SS355 NNCD6.2MF UDZS9R1(B)

Mark No.
D1015,D1016 D1020

Description

Part No.
SLR-343MC UDZS11(B)
A

Q1505,Q1506,Q1508,Q1509 Q1504 Q1501-Q1503 D1504 D1505,D1506 D1503 D1501,D1502,D1508

SWITCHES AND RELAYS


S1013-S1018 S1001 S1002-S1012 DSG1079 DSH1049 VSG1024

CAPACITORS
C1002,C1003 C1026,C1027 C1015 C1020 C1019 C1016,C1021-C1024 C1004,C1006-C1008,C1013,C1014 C1025 C1001,C1005,C1009-C1012,C1018 C1017 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH150J50 CEAT101M16 CEHAT101M16 CEHAZL220M50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K50
B

CAPACITORS
C1519,C1520,C1523,C1526 C1508,C1513 C1527 C1525 C1524 C1507 C1515,C1517 C1509-C1512,C1521 C1522 C1514 C1528,C1529 C1502,C1503,C1505,C1506 C1501,C1504 CEANP101M10 CEAT221M16 CEAT470M16 CEHAT101M16 CEHAT220M63 CEHAZL100M50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB223K50 CQMBA102J50 CQMBA471J50 CQMBA561J50

RESISTORS
R1091-R1098 R1063,R1078-R1084 VR1001,VR1002 (10k-B) Other Resistors RS1/10S183J RS1/10S430J DCS1045 RS1/16S###J

RESISTORS
R1511,R1532 R1503,R1508 R1505,R1506,R1514,R1521 R1561,R1562 R1502 R1504,R1507,R1509,R1510,R1512 R1519,R1563 R1516,R1518,R1529,R1531 R1540 R1543 Other Resistors RD1/2VM103J RD1/2VM113J RD1/2VM152J RD1/2VM220J RD1/2VM272J RD1/2VM471J RD1/2VM471J RD1/2VM473J RS1/16S1801F RS1/16S3901F RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
X1001 CRYSTAL RESONATOR (16.0 MHZ) 1004 2P CABLE HOLDER J1006 9P CABLE HOLDER J1 JUMPER WIRE 9P V1001 FL INDICATOR TUBE FL HOLDER CN1007 10P FFC CONNECTOR CN1001 25P FFC CONNECTOR CN1005 CONNECTOR 6P DSS1149 51048-0200 51048-0900 D20PYY0915E DEL1057 DNF1744 HLEM10R-1 HLEM25R-1 S6B-PH-K
C

OTHERS
JA1502 2P PIN JACK (AU) CN1503 CONNECTOR 11P CN1505 CONNECTOR 4P CN1507 CONNECTOR 6P CN1506 CONNECTOR 6P CN1501 CONNECTOR 9P CN1504 22P FFC CONNECTOR JA1503 1P PIN JACK JA1501 REMOTE CONTROL JACK CN1502 15P FFC CONNECTOR AKB7164 B11B-EH B4B-PH-K B6B-PH-K B6B-ZR B9B-PH-K HLEM22S-1 PKB1036 RKN1004 VKN1246

H SLDB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
Q1201,Q1202 D1201 D1203 D1202 DTC124EUA NNCD6.2MF SLR-343MC SLR-343VC

SWITCHES AND RELAYS


S1201-S1203 VSG1024
E

CAPACITORS
C1201 C1203 C1204,C1205 C1202 CCSRCH101J50 CEHAT100M50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB104K16

G MFLB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1003
> IC1004

IC1002 IC1001 Q1016 Q1001-Q1015 D1010 D1007,D1011,D1012,D1014 D1001-D1006,D1009,D1013 D1008,D1017,D1018

BU4242G NJM78L05UA PEG237B-K TC7SET08FUS1 2SB1237X DTC124EUA NSPB500-0008 SLI-343URCW SLI-343YCW SLR-343EBT

RESISTORS
VR1202 (1 k) VR1201 Other Resistors DCP1105 DCV1013 RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN1201 9PJUMPER CONNECTOR 52151-0910
F

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

75

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

I RSWB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
A

L JOGB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
DSK1021 D2201 GP1A038RBK

S1301

OTHERS
J1301 2P CABLE HOLDER J0 JUMPER WIRE 2P 51048-0200 D20PYY0210E

CAPACITORS
C2201,C2202 CKSRYB103K50

RESISTORS
All Resistors RS1/16S###J

J JFLB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
B
> IC2001

OTHERS
CN2201 CONNECTOR 4P B4B-PH-K

Q2001 Q2002,Q2003 D2001

NJM78L05UA 2SB1237X 2SC1815 UDZS6R8(B)

M SW POWER SUPPLY ASSY


There is no service parts.

CAPACITORS
C2004,C2005,C2011 C2006 C2001 C2003 C2002 CEHAT101M16 CEHAZL100M50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K50 CKSRYB223K25

RESISTORS
C

All Resistors

RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN2002 FFC CONNECTOR 22P CN2001 FFC CONNECTOR 25P CN2003 CONNECTOR V2001 FL INDICATOR TUBE FL HOLDER CN2004 CONNECTOR 4P 52492-2220 52492-2520 CKS1072 DEL1058 DNF1735 S4B-PH-K

K KSWB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
Q2301-Q2303 D2305-D2308 D2301-D2304 D2309,D2310 DTC124EUA SLI-343YCW SLR-343EBT SLR-343MC

SWITCHES AND RELAYS


S2301,S2302 S2303-S2306
E

DSG1079 VSG1024

CAPACITORS
C2301-C2303 CCSRCH101J50

RESISTORS
Allr Resistors RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN2301 FFC CONNECTOR 10P HLEM10R-1

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6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 TEMPO ZERO POINT ADJUSTMENT
A

Jig

Necessary Adjustment Points When


Exchange the SLIDER VR
Precise screwdriver (small)

Adjustment points
VR1202 (Zero Point ADJ.)

Adjustment and Check Points

H SLDB ASSY
C1204

SIDE B

C1202

ZERO POINT ADJ

CMKM-P3X

LF

VR1202 (Zero Poin ADJ)


C1205 R1203

TEMPO knob (SLDB Assy)

VR1202 TEMPO RESET

Q1201

bend

S1203

C1201

D1201

Zero Point ADJ.

D1203

bend

0 10mV
TEMPO RESET

LF

D1202

Q1202

CN1201

Set the TEMPO knob to the center "0" point.

2 pin: ADIN
1

TEMPO RANGE

S1201

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R1201

3 pin: ADCT
1.GNDD 2.ADIN 3.ADCT 4.V+5D 5.KEY1_B 6.TRESL 7.MTL 8.GLED 9.VLED

MASTER TEMPO

S1202

R1202

POWER ON

The digital multimeter which can be measured to 0.1mV.

R1210 R1206

R1208 R1207 R1209

R1204

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6.2 MODE FOR CHECKING THE LOAD ON THE JOG DIAL


A

It is the mode which judges the load (light/-- heavy) numerically when rotating JOG dial.

JOG Check Mode : ON


TOUCH/BRAKE

Mode for checking the load on the Jog dial

JOG ADJUST
Centrepoint

Maximum position (fully clockwise direction)

JOG

0 . 0 : 0msec

Top speed

Time (msec)

Measuring method
Enter this mode, and a number will be displayed if JOG dial is turned with sufficient vigor. The rotation direction -- clockwise direction and counterclockwise direction -- either is O.K. For example, when displayed as "JOG 8.6: 115msec", the following contents are shown, respectively. 8.6 = What time speed came out by the highest. (The time of turning one rotation in 1.8 seconds is made into 1 time.) 115 = Time taken for rotation to fall by 1.5 times from 3 times (msec)
C

It is necessary to make it rotate top speed to 7.0 or more times to measure the rotation fall time required. When it carries out continuously several times, the time which took the average with a part for greatest ever 4 time is displayed 2nd henceforth. Measurement which absorbed variation can be performed by performing this. Jog Management Value : 150 25 (msec) It judges by the 3rd measured value.

Load adjustment method


Remove the screw fixing the adjust plate, then screw it into the hole corresponding to the value (-1, -2, -3, +1, or +2) for a load to be added: -1, -2, -3 : To decrease the load +1, +2 : To increase the load
Adjust plate
-3 -2 +2 -1 +1 0

To decrease the load

To increase the load

JOG Check Mode : CANCEL

POWER OFF

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 SERVICE MODE
A

1. Outline in Service Mode


The unit is provided with three microcomputers: a display microcomputer that controls key input and FL/LED display (operating section), a player microcomputer that drives the player, and a system control microcomputer that controls the whole system. The following test modes are provided for diagnosis of each microcomputer.

1 Mode for checking the version of the software program and error history
In this mode, the version of the software program for each microcomputer can be checked. And up to 16 error logs can be checked.

2 Mode for checking the buttons in the display section and display functions
In this mode, buttons and the display function associated with such input can be checked.

3 Mode for checking the load on the Jog dial


In this mode, the load on the Jog dial while it is rotated is measured.

4 Mode for checking the operation of the player simple substance


In this mode, operation check of the mechanism and servo of the Player section. This mode consists of "Player operation mode" and "Test operation mode."

2. Mode for checking the version of the software program and error history
In this mode, the version of the software program for each microcomputer and the error history can be checked.

Version Check Mode : ON


RELOOP/EXIT

Version check mode


Main section

MAIN
POWER OFF Hold the key pressed for about 10 seconds. Player section

Ver 1.00

PLAYER Ver 1.00


Operation section or
E

SUB

Ver 1.00

To error history display mde

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From version check mode

JOG MODE

Error history display mode


Error history indication displays it to 16, and the first increases with the latest error.

01

E-7201

CD

02
C

E-9101

MON
or

16

Version Check Mode : CANCEL


RELOOP/EXIT
D

List of error codes


Error Code
E-7001 E-7002 E-7010 E-7011
E

Error Description
ATAPI system (drive) error DMA FPGA device error TI DSP device error MOT DSP device error TE4300 device error FPGA download error Exception interrupt outbreak error TOC not readable Error during startup Error during playback Other error of the player section MP3 decode error MP3 data format error

Remarks
Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared. The error indication is cleared when the EJECT process is finished.
The error indication is cleared when the EJECT process is finished or startup is completed successfully. The error indication is cleared when the EJECT process is finished or startup is completed successfully. The error indication is cleared when the EJECT process is finished or startup is completed successfully.

E-7012 E-7015 E-7101 E-7201 E-8301 E-8302 E-8303 E-8304 E-8305

Display it in search for two seconds. Reproduction is continued by possible data.


The error indication is cleared when the EJECT process is finished or startup is completed successfully.

E-8709 E-8709

Communication error between operatin section and main section The error indication is cleared when the communication is finished . Error in mechanical operations Unrecoverable: Turn the power off. The error indication will be cleared.

Notes: E-8304, E-8305 and E-8709 are not stored into the internal memory.

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3. Mode for checking the buttons in the display section and display functions Display Check Mode : ON
TEMPO MEMORY Mode for checking the buttons in the display section and display functions

SERVICE MODE
POWER ON

Press a button except TEMP and MEMORY buttons

Mode for checking buttons and display functions or mode for checking the load of the jog dial

TOUCH/BRAKE It will become the check mode of buttons and display functions, and if each button is pressed, FL display and LED which correspond light up. Position other than the maximum TOUCH/BRAKE It will become JOG load check mode, and top speed and time will be displayed on a FL dot-matrix part. Maximum position (fully clockwise direction)

Display Check Mode : CANCEL

POWER OFF

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Display Check
Button and Switch 1 PLAY/PAUSE 2 CUE 3 IN/REALTIME CUE 4 OUT/OUT ADJUST 5 RELOOP/EXIT 6 FOLDER |
B

FL Dot-matrix Display PLAY CUE IN OUT RELOOP FOLDER | FOLDER \ TRACK 4 TRACK REV 1 FWD HOT CUE A HOT CUE B HOT CUE C REC MODE JOG MODE TEMPO MASTER TEMPO TEMPO RESET TIME/ACUE TEXT/WAVE All FL lights up MEMORY EJECT CALL 2 CALL 3 TOUCH SW JOG > < JOG `

FL Other Display CUE

Light up LED ~ PLAY/PAUSE ! IN/REALTIME CUE OUT/OUT ADJUST @ RELOOP

15G lights up # 16G lights up 14G lights up $ % HOT CUE (A), (B), (C) Red ^ HOT CUE (A), (B), (C) Green HOT CUE (A), (B), (C) Orange VINYL * CDJ MASTER TEMPO ( TEMPO RESET

7 FOLDER \ 8 TRACK (4) 9 TRACK () 0 REV (1) - FWD () = HOT CUE (A) ~ HOT CUE (B) ! HOT CUE (C) @ REC MODE

# JOG MODE $ TEMPO % MASTER TEMPO ^ TEMPO RESET & TIME MODE/AUTO CUE * TEXT MODE ( DELETE ) MEMORY _ EJECT

All FL lights up

All LED lights up *Note _ CARD

+ CUE/LOOP CALL 2 CUE/LOOP CALL 3 TOUCH SENSOR JOG rotating to FWD JOG rotating to REV DIRECTION Reverse

REV lock

EJECT LOCK

* Notes: As for HOT CUE button LED, as for HOT CUE(A), red, HOT CUE(B) are green, and LED of an orange turns on HOT CUE(C). A display of TOUCH/BRAKE, RELEASE/START and TEMPO slider reading value
In the following area of FL indication department, a bar displays TOUCH/ BRAKE, RELEASE/START, a TEMPO slider reading value. MEMORY Area : If a TOUCH/BRAKE knob is turned to the clockwise direction, the number of display dots will increase. CUE Area : If a RELEASE/START knob is turned to the clockwise direction, the number of display dots will increase. Playing Address : If a TEMPO slider knob is moved to + side, the number of display dots will increase.
F

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Upper Panel

3!& * 4

@ 6

)_

= ~^ ! @ 9 8 0 2 1~

FL Display

_ ( ` + #

Jog Dial Display

$* %

FL Display

^(
D

14G

15G

# 16G

Jog Dial Display

$ `
5

%
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4. Mode for checking the operation of the player simple substance


This mode consists of "Player operation mode" and "Test operation mode."

Player operation mode: ON


TIME AUTO MODE / CUE HOT CUE A

Player operation mode

MASTER TEMPO

TEST MODE
B

POWER ON

Flashes 100 points of MEMORY and CUE.

MASTER TEMPO LED ON

MASTER TEMPO

Test operation mode

All Servo Off


C

MASTER TEMPO LED OFF

Player operation mode: CANCEL

POWER OFF
D

<Player oparation mode> Basic operation of the servo, such as setup, play, pause, and track search, is carried out. Moreover, measurement of an error rate can also be performed. <Test opalation mode> Servo operation is finely controllable gradually. * It becomes player operation mode and shifts to test operation mode by the key input in the beginning. * The command treated here is for mainly testing a mechanism and a servo system, and is not for DJ functions, such as scan and tempo.
E

Player oparation mode Function


Play(trace) / Pause Track Search F/R Error Rate Count Eject Mode Change

Test oparation mode Button of the Main Unit


PLAY/PAUSE TRACK SEARCH /4 CUE EJECT MASTER TEMPO

Function
Servo All Off Slider Move Fwd Slider Move Rev Step Command Mode Change

Button of the Main Unit


TIME SEARCH SEARCH 1 FOLDER SEARCH |/\ MASTER TEMPO

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Commands in Player Operation mode Play (trace)/Pause If the unit is in Stop mode when this command is issued, the unit is set up, the PLAY/PAUSE button lights, then playback starts. If the unit is in Playback mode, it enters Pause mode. If in Pause mode, it releases Pause mode then restarts playback. When a CD is played, the progress of signal trace and track number are indicated on the FL display. Note: In this mode, auto setup will not be performed even if a disc is loaded. Playback does not mean audio playback but tracing of the signal surface of a disc. In playback, tracing is performed at 4000 rpm CAV. Track Search F/R For a CD, the displayed track is searched in the forward or reverse direction, then the unit will pause. Note: When a CD-ROM (MP3) is used, track search cannot be performed. Error Rate Count For a CD, the error rate is measured for about 20 seconds from the current playback/pause position, then the result is displayed on the FL display. Normally, you would search the track for which you wish to measure the error rate, pause the unit, then press the CUE button. The result of measurement will be displayed, for example, as "3.56E-4 OK." If the error rate is 3.00E-3 or less, that CD is judged okay. If it is greater than 3.00E-3, the CD is considered defective. The parameter is derived from the results of measurements with control discs at the factory. This function must not be used for judgment of failure of a product during servicing. Eject To eject a disc. Mode Change (to shift to Test Operation mode) When the MASTER TEMPO button is pressed during normal player operation, the MASTER TEMPO LED lights. Playback is stopped, and the unit shifts to Test Operation mode, described below. "All Servo Off" is displayed on the FL display.

Commands in Test Operation mode Servo operations can be controlled step by step. Care must be taken when using a command in Test Operation mode, because a wrong command may damage the player. Servo All Off When the TIME button is pressed during Servo ON, all the servos are shut off. "All Servo Off" is displayed on the FL display while the TIME button is held pressed. If it is held pressed for less than 1 second, the indication will remain displayed for 1 second. Slider Move Fwd Each time the SEARCH FWD button is pressed, the slider moves about 1.8 mm outward. "Slider Move Fwd" is displayed on the FL display while the SEARCH FWD button is held pressed. If it is held pressed for less than 1 second, the indication will remain displayed for 1 second. Slider Move Rev Each time the SEARCH REV button is pressed, the slider moves about 1.8 mm inward. "Slider Move Rev" is displayed on the FL display while the SEARCH REV button is held pressed. If it is held pressed for less than 1 second, the indication will remain displayed for 1 second. Step command A series of operations for startup will be performed step by step. Each time the FOLDER SEARCH FWD button is pressed, the step is advanced. Each time the FOLDER SEARCH REV button is pressed, the step is reversed. Each step and its operation is shown in the table below:
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Step
STEP0: STEP1: STEP2: STEP3: STEP4: STEP5: STEP6:
B

Operation
Servo All Off Laser diode on Disc presence judgment Spindle on (2000rpm) Disc search Focus serve on Focus position coarse adjustment Tracking balance adjustment Tracking servo on Focus position adjustment Focus gain adjustment Tracking gain adjustment Address lead start

FL Display
All Servo Off STEP1 LD STEP2 D.SENSE STEP3 SPDL STEP4 D.SRCH STEP5 FCS STEP6 F.POS STEP7 T.BAL STEP8 TRK STEP9 F.POS STEP10 F.GAIN STEP11 T.GAIN STEP12 READ

STEP7: STEP8: STEP9: STEP10: STEP11: STEP12:

FOLDER SEARCH FWD button : step up FOLDER SEARCH REV button : step down "All Servo Off" is displayed for about 1 second. The indications for steps 1 to 12 are displayed on the FL display until the next step is entered.

Mode Change (termination of Test Operation mode) When the MASTER TEMPO button is pressed during Test Operation mode, the MASTER TEMPO LED goes dark, the servo is stopped, then the unit shifts to Player Operation mode, described above.

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7.1.2 HOW TO UPGRADE THE SOFTWARE OF THE MICROCOMPUTER

REC MODE

RELOOP/EXIT

POWER

FL Display

REC MODE

RELOOP/EXIT

NO - D l S C
POWER ON Release

CDJ-1000MK3

Version up disc

POWER

FL Display

E RR OR
Repeat from the beginning. POWER OFF Automatically ejected (Note)

Failure
C

FL Display

FL Display

CDJ-1000MK3

D OWN L O A D
Success
Scrolling of [Download-Main] (during downloading)

C OM P L E T E
D

Automatically ejected (Note)

Note: Do NOT turn off the power after the upgrade disc is loaded till it is automatically ejected. If you do, the unit may not operate properly afterward. Eject a disc automatically even if updating fails.

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7.1.3 SEQUENCE

Power On Sequence

Player section
Power on

MAIN CPU
Power on

CPU for the Operation section


Power on

Canceling reset of SODC (IC603), Pin 45 "H"

Canceling reset of CPU (IC101), Pin 193 "H"

Canceling reset of the CPU (IC1002), Pin 12

Initial setting

Initial setting for the CPU

Initial setting for the CPU

Initialization of loading mechanism

Initialization of the SDRAM

"POWER ON" is indicated on the FL display. Long press processing of the key In the power ON

Program transfer from FLASH to SDRAM


C

Program transfer to the FPGA (IC301) A disc can be loaded before communication between the main CPU and the player section starts. After a disc is loaded, loading and startup processes begin.

Data and clock output from Pins 164 and 165 of the CPU (IC101). When data transfer to the FPGA is finished, FPGA_DONE (Pin 71) becomes high.

Program transfer to the DSP (IC401, IC402)

Device check

Canceling reset of peripheral devices Communications with the Operation section start. Communications with the ATAPI system start. Checking result of peripheral devices After a disc is loaded, loading and startup processes begin. Long press processing of the key In the power ON If a disc is loaded, the playback process starts. Reading data, etc. Distinction between DVD/CD DVD Eject CD playback process /MP3 playback CD If the result of the check is NG, error E70** is generated. Input of statuses of keys, output of display data Once communication with the main CPU is established, the "POWER ON" indication disappears.

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Sequence of Starting Up the Drive


Disc installation

Carriage shifted to the focus position

Measuring eccentricity

Canceling offset for FE, TE, AS, RFENV, LNSC, and JIT

Tracking on
B

Lighted the CD laser

Accurate adjustment of focus position

Focus search, detection of disc presence, measuring Focus Drive voltage turn out the CD laser Disc present Spindle starts rotating at 2,000 rpm.

Start of acquiring addresses No disc present Focus gain adjustment Unloading


C

Tracking gain adjustment

Lighted the CD laser

Lens-error gain adjustment

Focus search After the CD/CD-RW is judged according to the disc reflectivity, FE, TE, AS, and RFENV amplification gains are switched.

Learning focus-error attenuation

Canceling offset for FE, TE, AS, RFENV, LNSC, and JIT

Reading lead-in data: If the total duration of data areas in the TOC is less than 30 minutes No

Yes

Focus on

Detection of the 8-cm adaptor

Coarse adjustment of focus position Searching for 0m01s time point Offset adjustment of the tracking actuator Spindle starts rotating at 4000 rpm. Tracking balance adjustment
E

Adjustment of tracking-error amplitude

Off-track threshold adjustment

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7.1.4 DISASSEMBLY

Note 1: Do NOT look directly into the pickup lens. The laser beam may cause eye injury. Note 2: Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the procedures described here are common.

PCB Location

J
B

JFLB Assy

G MFLB Assy

RSWB Assy

M SW POWER SUPPLY Assy

MJCB Assy

Bottom view

H SLDB Assy

JOGB Assy

K KSWB Assy E
SDCB Assy

Traverse Mecha. Assy-S

B SLMB Assy

C SPCN
E

Assy Bottom view

A MAIN Assy

Slot-in Mecha. G11 Assy


F

D INSW Assy
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Diagnosis of MAIN Assy

1 2

Remove the seven screws. Remove the bottom plate.

1 1 2 1

1 5 6 7

Note: If diagnosis of the SD card block is not required, the diagnostic procedures can be performed with the MAIN Assy kept in the upright position. Continue to Steps 5 through 7. Stand the MAIN Assy. Disconnect the flexible cable: (CN401). Set the MAIN Assy in the upright position, by engaging it at the two hooks. MAIN Assy
B

Bottom plate

7 1 1 5 6
Bottom view

-1

Remove the four screws. MAIN Assy Bottom view MAIN Assy

3
D

7
Bottom view

-2

Stand the MAIN Assy.

MAIN Assy

4
Diagnosis

Bottom view

Diagnosis
Bottom view

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Disassembly
1 Control Panel Section 2 Slot-in Mecha. Section

Remove the one screw.

1 1 2 3

Remove the control panel section. (Refet to "Control panel section".) Remove the seven screws. Remove the bottom plate.

2
B

2 3 2

2
Rear view

2 2
Remove the five screws.

Bottom plate

2
C

Bottom view

2 4 2
Remove the four screws. MAIN Assy

Bottom view

Remove the control panel section. Control panel section

Bottom view

5 3
E

Stand the MAIN Assy.

Bottom view

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Stand the MAIN Assy. Disconnect the flexible cable (CN401). Set the MAIN Assy in the upright position, by engaging it at the two hooks.

11 Short-circuit two points of C and D soldering.


Note: After replacement, connect the flexible cable, then remove the soldered joint (open).

8 6 7

-1

C D

Bottom view MAIN Assy

12 Disconnect the two connectors. 13 Disconnect the three flexible cables.


C

CN603

-2

12 12

CN605

MAIN Assy
D
CN604 CN601 CN602

Bottom view

9 Remove the two screws. 10 Remove the shield case.

13 13 13

9
Shield Case Bottom view

10

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14 Remove the earth lead unit by removing the one screw. 15 Remove the four DM screws.

15
B

15

15

14

15

Earth lead unit

16 Remove the four float spring G5s. 17 Remove the slot-in mecha. section. 16
D

Float spring G5

Damper

17

Slot-in mecha. section

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3 Traverse Mecha. Assy-S

1 2

Remove the three screws. Remove the mecha. plate.

5 6

Remove the three float screws. Remove the traverse mecha. Assy-S.

Caution: Be careful not to lost earth spring.

Traverse mecha. Assy-S

5
B

6 5 5

Mecha. plate

Before shipment, be sure to clean the pickup lens, using the following cleaning materials:

3 4

Unhook the four hooks. Remove the slot-in mecha. G11 Assy.

Cleaning liquid Cleaning paper

: GEM1004 : GED-008

Pickup lens

3
E

Slot-in mecha. G11 Assy

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4 JOG Section

Remove the adjust knob.

5 6 1

Remove the two screws. Remove the JOG A and JOG Bs.

Adjust knob

6
B

JOG B

JOG A

2 3 4
D

Disconnect the flexible cable. Remove the five screws. Remove the JOG section.

7 8

Remove the three screws. Remove the SW ring.

Caution: Be careful not to lost SW spring 25. MFLB Assy

3 3
CN1001

SW spring 25

SW ring

3 7 2

7 8

Bottom view JOG section


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Notes on Replacement
Positioning of the JOG ADJ. mechanism
Note: When reassembling the JOG ADJ. mechanism, be sure to perform positioning, as shown below:

4 5

Turn the cam plate clockwise until the slit aligns with the positioning hole. Insert the forced eject pin through the positioning hole to immobilize the cam plate. Forced eject pin

1 2

Mount the joint gear 1. Align the projection of JOG holder 1000 ( arrow head ( ) on joint gear 1. Align. JOG holder 1000 ) with the

5
Projection Joint gear 1 Positioning hole Slit

1 2
Forced eject pin
C

Cam plate

Cam plate Joint gear 1 JOG holder 1000

5 4

Mount the cam plate on place it so that the slit of the cam plate aligns with the gear stopper.

6 7

Mount the joint gear 3. Mount the two joint gears 2.

Slit

Note: When mounting joint gears 2, engage the gears, being careful not to move joint gear 1.

3
Positioning hole

Cam plate

7
Joint gear 1 Joint gear 2

-1

Gear stopper

-2

6
Joint gear 3

Forced eject pin

Cam plate
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Notes on Replacement
Notes on replacing the Sheet SW

8 9

Mount the gear plate. Secure the gear plate, using the four screws. Gear plate

Place to adhere the Sheet SW

9 8 9

9
B

Notes: 1. Be careful not to warp the sheet SW. 2. Remove any dirt on the JOG holder to which the sheet SW is to be adhered. If some adhesive for the old sheet SW remains on the JOG holder, completely remove it with a cloth moistened with alcohol. 3. Do NOT place the sheet SW so that it is mounted on the rib of JOG holder 1000. 4. When adhering the sheet SW, be careful not to trap air bubbles in it. If air bubbles are formed, remove the sheet SW and adhere a new sheet SW. Do NOT reuse the removed sheet SW. 5. When making a connection, be sure to first release the lock of the connector then securely relock the connector after making the connection.

10 Remove the forced eject pin.


Forced eject pin

10
Sheet SW

11 Mount the cam plate.


D

12 Install the gear spring 200. 13 Mount the adjust plate. 14 Secure the adjust plate, using one screw.
Gear spring 200 JOG holder 1000 Rib

Place to adhere the SW cushions HH48/2

12 11

Adhere the cushions to the right and left of the engraved arrows () (12 positions in total) on the sheet SW.

Cam plate Default value "0"


0

13

14

To decrease the load

+1 +2

-3

-1 -2

To increase the load

SW cushion HH48/2

Engraved arrow

SW cushion HH48/2

Note: For details on adjustment, see "Load Check mode for the JOG Dial."

Adjust plate

Sheet SW

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7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC
The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
A

List of IC
HD6417709SF133B-D, XC3S50-4TQG144C, MN103S71F, PEG237B-K

HD6417709SF133B-D (MAIN ASSY : IC101)


CPU Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Pin Name
MD1 MD2 Vcc-RTC XTAL2 EXTAL2 Vss-RTC NMI IREQ0 IREQ1 IREQ2 IREQ3 IREQ4 D31 D30 D29 D28 D27 D26 VssQ D25 VccQ D24 D23 D22 D21 D20 Vss D19 Vcc D18 D17 D16 VssQ D15 VccQ D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 VssQ

Signal Name
SHMD1 SHMD2 V+1R8 N.C. GND TI BSREQ TI PCMREQ DIS_XCS D31 D30 D29 D28 D27 D26 GND D25 V+3R3 D24 D23 D22 D21 D20 GND D19 V+1R8 D18 D17 D16 GND D15 V+3R3 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 GND

I/O
I I I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

Pin Function
Clock mode setting (pullup with 3.3V) Clock mode setting (pullup with 3.3V) Power supply for RTC Not used Not used (connect to 1.8V power) Ground for RTC Not used TI DSP Input data request ( edge) TI DSP Output data request ( edge) Not used Not used Receiving completion interrupt of FL microcomputer data ( edge) For debugging For debugging For debugging For debugging For debugging For debugging Ground For debugging Power supply for I/O (3.3V) For debugging For debugging For debugging For debugging For debugging Ground For debugging Power supply for core (1.8V) Connect with the servo DSP (Not used, pull down) Connect with the servo DSP (Not used, pull down) Connect with the servo DSP (Not used, pull down) Ground Data bus Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Ground
F E C B

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

99

No.
46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
C

Pin Name
D5 VccQ D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 A0 A1 A2 A3 VssQ A4 VccQ A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 VssQ A14 VccQ A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 Vss A22 Vcc A23 VssQ A24 VccQ A25 BS RD WE0 WE1 WE2 WE3 RD/WR AUDSYNC VssQ

Signal Name
D5 V+3R3 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 A0 A1 A2 A3 GND A4 V+3R3 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 GND A14 V+3R3 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 GND N.C. V+1R8 N.C. GND N.C. V+3R3 N.C. XBS XRD XWE0 XWE1 N.C. N.C. RDWR XAUSYC GND

I/O
I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Data bus Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Data bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Ground Address bus Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Ground Address bus Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Address bus Ground Not used Power supply for core (1.8V) Not used Ground Not used Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Not used Bus cycle start signal Read strobe Write strobe Write strobe Not used Not used Read/write For development Ground

Pin Function

64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74

75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95

100
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

No.
96 97 98 99

Pin Name
CS0 VccQ CS2 CS3

Signal Name
XCS0 V+3R3 XCS2 XCS3 XCS4 XCS5 XCS6 N.C. N.C. CKE XRAS3L N.C. XCASLL GND MOT_RST V+3R3 TI_RST N.C. XDACK0 XDACK1 N.C. N.C. DAXLAT MUTE TDO N.C. XWAIT FPGA_DONE RY/XBY ASEMD0 XASKAK FPGA_XINIT AUDATA3 AUDATA2 GND AUDATA1 V+1R8 AUDATA0 XTRST TMS TDI TCK UPDATE MOT EMPTY SHMD0 V+1R8

I/O
O O O O O O O O O O O O O I I I I I I I I Area 0 chip select Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Area 2 chip select Area 3 chip select Area 4 chip select Area 5 chip select Area 6 chip select Not used Not used CK enable (SDRAM) RAS3L (SDRAM) Not used CASL (SDRAM)

Pin Function

100 CS4 101 CS5 102 CS6 103 CE2A 104 CE2B 105 CKE 106 RAS3L 107 RAS2L 108 CASLL 109 VssQ 110 CASLH 111 VccQ 112 CASHL 113 CASHH 114 DACK0 115 DACK1 116 CAS2L 117 CAS2H 118 RAS3U 119 RAS2U 120 TDO 121 BACK 122 BREQ 123 WAIT 124 RESETM 125 PTH 126 IOIS 127 ASEMD0 128 ASEBRKAK 129 PTG 130 AUDATA3 131 AUDATA2 132 Vss 133 AUDATA1 134 Vcc 135 AUDATA0 136 TRST 137 TMS 138 TDI 139 TCK 140 PINT11 141 PINT10 142 PINT9 143 PINT8 144 MDO 145 Vcc-PLL1

GND Reset output of Motorola DSP (reset with H) Power supply for I/O (3.3V) Reset output for TI DSP (reset with H) Not used Not used (connect to FPGA) Not used (connect to FPGA) Not used Not used DAC latch signal Audio output stage mute (H: Mute on) For development Not used Bus request (Not used, pullup with 3.3V) Hardware wait request (FPGA) Manual reset (Not used, pullup with 3.3V) DONE signal for FPGA configuration Connect to flash ROM For development For development INIT signal for FPGA configuration For development For development GND For development Power supply for core (1.8V) For development For development For development For development For development Not used Not used For development Motorola FIFO empty signal input (High with EMPTY) Clock mode setting (pull up with 3.3V) Power supply for PLL1
F E D C

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

101

No.

Pin Name

Signal Name
GND GND N.C. V+1R8 AUDCK GND GND V+1R8 N.C. GND TI PCMACK TI BSACK FPGA_XPRG N.C. GND SH_66M V+3R3
CONFDAT/DASSO CONFIG_CLK/DASCK

I/O
O O O I O O O I I O O I I O O I I I I I I External capacitor pin for PLL1 Ground for PLL1 Ground for PLL2

Pin Function

146 CAP1 147 Vss-PLL1 148 Vss-PLL2 149 CAP2 150 Vcc-PLL2 151 AUDCK 152 Vss 153 Vss 154 Vcc 155 XTAL 156 EXTAL 157 STATUS0 158 STATUS1 159 TCLK 160 IREQOUT 161 VssQ 162 CKIO 163 VccQ
C

External capacitor pin for PLL2 (Not used) Power supply for PLL2 For development Ground Ground Power supply for core (1.8V) Not used Connect to ground TI DSP output data acknowledge TI DSP input data acknowledge PRG signal for FPGA configuration Not used Ground Clock input (65.975MHz) Power supply for I/O (3.3V) FPGA configuration/serial data output for DAC FPGA configuration/serial clock output for DAC Not used Not used TXD signal for production Not used Not used Not used Not used Ground RXD signal for production Power supply for core (1.8V) Not used Control signal output FPGA reset output (reset with H) Control signal input Control signal input Ground TE4300 reset output (reset with H) Power supply for I/O (3.3V) ATA reset output (reset with H) Not used TE4300 interrupt input FPGA interrupt input Not used Not used Not used DMA request 0 (FPGA) Not used (connect to FPGA) Reset input Chip active (pull up with 3.3V) Clock mode setting (pull down)

164 TxDO 165 SCKO 166 TxD1 167 SCK1 168 TxD2 169 SCK2 170 RTS2 171 RxDO 172 RxD1 173 Vss 174 RxD2

N.C. N.C. TXD2 N.C. N.C. GND RxD2 V+1R8 CTS2 CONT0 DMA RST CONT1 CONT2 GND CARD RST V+3R3 GSL RST MCS3 CARD XINT ATAIRQ MCS0 N.C. N.C. XDREQ0 XDREQ1 RSTCPU CA SHMD3

175 Vcc 176 CTS2 177 MCS7 178 MCS6 179 MCS5 180 MCS4 181 VssQ 182 WACKUP 183 VccQ 184 RESETOUT

185 MCS3 186 MCS2 187 MCS1 188 MCS0 189 DRAK0 190 DRAK1 191 DREQ0 192 DREQ1 193 RESETTP 194 CA 195 MD3

102
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

No.

Pin Name

Signal Name
SHMD4 SHMD5 GND V+3R3 GND

I/O
I I Clock mode setting (pull down) Ground Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Analog power supply (3.3V) Not used Not used Ground

Pin Function
Clock mode setting (pull up with 3.3V)

196 MD4 197 MD5 198 AVss 199 AN0 200 AN1 201 AN2 202 AN3 203 AN4 204 AN5 205 AVcc 206 AN6 207 AN7 208 AVss

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

103

XC3S50-4TQG144C (MAIN ASSY : IC301)


FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5
B

Pin Name
I/O DCI I/O DCI VCCO IO/VREF I/O I/O I/O I/O GND I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O GND I/O IO/VREF VCCO IO/VREF I/O GND I/O IO/VREF I/O I/O I/O I/O GND I/O I/O I/O I/O VCCO I/O DCI I/O DCI M1 M0 M2 I/O DUAL I/O DUAL GND VCCO IO/VREF

Signal Name
N.C. TI_XCS V+3R3 TI_XHDS1 DMA_XRST ATADREQ ATAWR ATARD GND ATARDY ATADACK ATAA1 ATAA0 ATAA2 ATACS0 GND ATACS1 ATA15 V+3R3 ATA0 ATA14 GND ATA1 ATA13 ATA2 ATA12 ATA3 ATA11 GND ATA4 ATA10 ATA5 ATA9 V+3R3 ATA6 ATA8 V+2R5FPGA V+2R5FPGA V+2R5FPGA ATA7 DIS_DIN GND V+3R3 DIS_XCS

I/O
O O I I O O I O O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I/O O I Not used DSP (IC401) chip select signal Power supply for I/O DSP (IC401) data strobe signal FPGA reset input ATADMA request signal ATA write signal ATA read signal Ground ATA ready signal ATADMA acknowledge signal ATA address bus ATA address bus ATA address bus ATA chip select 0 Ground ATA chip select 1 ATA data bus Power supply for I/O ATA data bus ATA data bus Ground ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus Ground ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus ATA data bus Power supply for I/O ATA data bus ATA data bus

Pin Function

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Configuration mode setting (connect to 2.5V) Configuration mode setting (connect to 2.5V) Configuration mode setting (connect to 2.5V) ATA data bus FL microcomputer (IC1002) data output Ground Power supply for I/O FL microcomputer (IC1002) chip select input

104
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

No.
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94

Pin Name
GND I/O DUAL I/O DUAL VCCAUX VCCINT I/O DUAL I/O DUAL IO/GCLK2 IO/GCLK3 VCCO IO/GCLK0 IO/GCLK1 IO/DOUT/BUSY IO/INIT I/O DUAL I/O DUAL VCCINT VCCAUX I/O DUAL GND IO/DIN/D0 VCCO GND I/O DCI I/O DCI IO/VREF DONE CCLK I/O DCI I/O DCI VCCO I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O GND I/O I/O IO/VREF I/O I/O I/O GND I/O IO/VREF VCCO IO/VREF I/O GND

Signal Name
GND DIS_DOUT DIS_SCLK V+2R5FPGA V+1R2FPGA SUB_CODE M_DATR2 M_DATR1 M_DATL2 V+3R3 M_DATL1 FPGA_66M N.C. FPGA_XINIT M_DBCLK M_BCLK V+1R2FPGA V+2R5FPGA M_REQ GND CONFDAT V+3R3 GND M_XWE M_XRD M_XCS FPGA_DONE CONFIG_CLK M_VALID XWE0 V+3R3 RDWR XRD D0 D1 D2 GND D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 XWE1 GND D8 D9 V+3R3 D10 D11 GND

I/O
I I I O O O O I I/O O O I I O O O O I O I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I/O I/O I/O I/O Ground

Pin Function
FL microcomputer (IC1002) data input FL microcomputer (IC1002) clock input Auxiliary power Internal core power supply Subcode input DSP (IC402) audio data R2 output DSP (IC402) audio data R1 output DSP (IC402) audio data L2 output Power supply for I/O DSP (IC402) audio data L1 output System clock input Not used INIT signal for FPGA configuration DSP (IC402) audio data clock output DSP (IC402) audio data clock output Internal core power supply Auxiliary power DSP (IC402) request signal Ground Data input for FPGA configuration Power supply for I/O Ground DSP (IC402) write signal DSP (IC402) read signal DSP (IC402) chip select signal DONE signal for FPGA configuration Clock input for FPGA configuration DSP (IC402) audio data valid signal CPU write signal Power supply for I/O CPU read/write signal CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus Ground CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU write signal Ground CPU data bus CPU data bus Power supply for I/O CPU data bus CPU data bus Ground
F E D C

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

105

No.
95 96 97 98 99 I/O I/O I/O

Pin Name

Signal Name
D12 D13 D14 D15 A1 A2 GND A3 A4 A5 A6 V+3R3 A7 A8 N.C. N.C. N.C. A11 A10 GND V+3R3 A9 GND N.C. CARD_XRD V+2R5FPGA V+1R2FPGA CARD_XCS CARD_XWR XBS N.C. V+3R3 XCS2 XCS4 XCS5 XCS6 XDACK0 XDACK1 V+1R2FPGA V+2R5FPGA XWAIT GND XDREQ0 V+3R3 GND XDREQ1 TI_HRDY V+2R5FPGA FPGA_XPRG N.C.

I/O
I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I I I I I I I I O O O I I I I I O O I I I I CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU data bus CPU address bus CPU address bus Ground CPU address bus CPU address bus CPU address bus CPU address bus Power supply for I/O CPU address bus CPU address bus Not used Not used Not used CPU address bus CPU address bus Ground Power supply for I/O CPU address bus Ground Not used TE4300 (IC403) read signal Auxiliary power Internal core power supply TE4300 (IC403) chip select signal TE4300 (IC403) write signal CPU bus cycle signal Not used Power supply for I/O CPU area 2 chip select signal CPU area 4 chip select signal CPU area 5 chip select signal CPU area 6 chip select signal Not used (connect to CPU) Not used (connect to CPU) Internal core power supply Auxiliary power CPU wait signal Ground CPUDMA request output 0 Power supply for I/O Ground Not used (connect to CPU) DSP (IC401) data ready signal

Pin Function

IO/VREF I/O

100 I/O 101 GND 102 I/O 103 I/O 104 I/O 105 I/O 106 VCCO 107 I/O DCI 108 I/O DCI 109 TDO 110 TCK 111 TMS 112 I/O
C

113 I/O 114 GND 115 VCCO 116 I/O 117 GND 118 I/O 119 I/O 120 VCCAUX 121 VCCINT 122 I/O 123 IO/VREF

124 IO/GCLK4 125 IO/GCLK5 126 VCCO 127 IO/GCLK6 128 IO/GCLK7 129 IO/VREF 130 I/O 131 I/O 132 I/O 133 VCCINT

134 VCCAUX 135 I/O 136 GND 137 I/O 138 VCCO 139 GND 140 I/O DCI 141 I/O DCI 142 HSWAP_EN 143 PROG_B 144 TDI

Bus state setting in configuration (pull down) PRG signal for FPGA configuration Not used

106
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

MN103S71F (MAIN ASSY : IC603)


SODC Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 P2 P3 P4/EXCNT0 VDD3 VSS P5/EXCNT1 P6/NSPCCS P7/FADR17 P8/FADR18 FADR11 FADR9 VDD15 FADR8 FADR13 FADR14 NWE FADR16 FADR15 DRAMVDD15 DRAMVSS VSS FADR12 FADR7 FADR6 FADR5 FADR4 FADR3 FADR2 FADR1 FADR0 VSS VDD3 FDT0 FDT1 FDT2 FDT3 FDT4 FDT5 FDT6 FDT7 NCE FADR10 NOE MMOD

Mark

Pin Name
XDMUTE1 XDMUTE2 ILMUSK VDD3 VSS INSIDE SPGAIN
FADR17/NSPCCS

I/O
O O I I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O I Mute control of driver IC Mute control of driver IC Connect to VSS Power supply (VD3V) GNDD

Pin Function

Servo mecha inside SW input (L: ON) SPDL motor current switching control (at inversion brakes: H) Address output to FLASH ROM NC Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Power supply (VD1R5) Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Write enable output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM DRAM power supply (DRAMD1R5) GND for DRAM GNDD Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM GNDD Power supply (VD3V) Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Data input/output to FLASH ROM Chip enable output to FLASH ROM Address output to FLASH ROM Output enable output to FLASH ROM Connect to VSS

FADR18 FADR11 FADR9 VDD15 FADR8 FADR13 FADR14 NWE FADR16 FADR15 DRAMVDD15 DRAMVSS VSS FADR12 FADR7 FADR6 FADR5 FADR4 FADR3 FADR2 FADR1 FADR0 VSS VDD3 FDT0 FDT1 FDT2 FDT3 FDT4 FDT5 FDT6 FDT7 NCE FADR10 NOE MMOD

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

107

No.
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62
C

Mark
NRST VSS SCLOCK SDATA

Pin Name
NRST VSS SCLOCK SDATA

I/O
I I/O I/O I/O I/O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I/O O I O O O O I I O O I I I I I Hardware reset input GNDD NC NC NC NC Power supply (VD3V) Oscillation input Oscillation output (16.93MHz) GNDD NC Spindle motor control Focus balance control NC Stepping motor control Stepping motor control NC NC GNDD NC NC NC Loading motor control Clock output to FEP Data input/output to FEP Enable output to FEP GND for DRAM DRAM power supply (DRAMD1R5) Power supply (VD3V) Power supply (VD3V) Spindle motor FG input NC Power supply (VD1R5) GNDD EQ calibration signal to FEP VFO short control NC BDO (Black Dog Out) input OFTR (Off Track) input GNDA NC NC Power supply (VA3V)

Pin Function

TxD/EXTRG0/MDATA TXD RxD/EXTRG1/MCLOCK RXD

VDD3 OSCI OSCO VSS DRV0 DRV1 DRV2 DRV3 DRV4 DRV5 DRV6 DRV7 VSS DRV8 DRV9 DRV10 DRV11 DRV12 DRV13 DRV14 DRAMVSS DRAMVDD15 DRAMVDD33 VDD3 FG TX VDD15 VSS TSTSG VFOSHORT JLINE BDO OFTR AVSSD ROUT LOUT AVDDD VCOF TRCRS AVDDC WBLIN CSLFLT RFDIF AVSSC

VDD3 OSCI OSCO VSS DRV0(VRCAP) DRV1(SPDRV) DRV2(FBAL) DRV3(TBAL) DRV4(STPM1P) DRV5(STPM1N) DRV6(6VRSW) DRV7(7VRSW) VSS DRV8(FCSG) DRV9(NFEPRST) DRV10 DRV11(LOAD) DRV12(FEPCK) DRV13(FEPDT) DRV14(FEPEN) DRAMVSS DRAMVDD15 DRAMVDD33 VDD3 FG TX VDD15 VSS TSTSG VFOSHORT JLINE BDO OFTR AVSSD ROUT LOUT AVDDD VCOF TRCRS AVDDC WBLIN CSLFLT RFDIF AVSSC

63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73

74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94

VCO control voltage Input for TRCRS (Track Cross) generation Power supply (VA3V) Connect to VSS NC NC GNDA

108
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

No.
95 96 97 98 99

Mark
PLFLT2 PLFLT1 AVSSB ARF NARF

Pin Name
PLFLT2 PLFLT1 AVSSB ARF NARF VHALF RVI VREFH DSLF2 DSLF1 AVDDB JITOUT AVDDA TECAPA AD0(FE) AD2(AS) AD(TE) AD3(RFENV) AD4(RFDIF) AD5(FEDRV) AD6(TEDRV) AD7(T+) AD8(T-) AVSSA PWM0 PWM1 VSS VDD3 IDGT DTR BUSY/MONI0 NAMUTE/MONI1
NDMUTE1/MONI2 NDMUTE2/MONI3

I/O
I I I I I I I I I O I I I I I I I I I I O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I O O O I I O I O O I I/O I Assress input Connect a capacitor for PLL Connect a capacitor for PLL GNDA RF+ input RF- input Reference voltage (1.65V) input VREFH reference current control Reference voltage (2.2V) input

Pin Function

100 VHALF 101 RVI 102 VREFH 103 DSLF2 104 DSLF1 105 AVDDB 106 JITOUT 107 AVDDA 108 TECAPA 109 AD0 110 AD2 111 AD1 112 AD3 113 AD4 114 AD5 115 AD6 116 AD7 117 AD8 118 AVSSA 119 PWM0 120 PWM1 121 VSS 122 VDD3 123 IDGT 124 DTR 125 MONI0/P9 126 MONI1/P10 127 MONI2/P11 128 MONI3/P12

Connect a capacitor for DSL (Data SLicer) Connect a capacitor for DSL (Data SLicer) Power supply (VA3V) Jitter monitor output Power supply (VA3V) NC Focus error input RFAS input Tracking error input RF envelope input Radial differential input Focus drive input Tracking drive input Connect to VSS Connect to VSS GNDA Focus drive control Tracking drive control GNDD Power supply (VD3V) NC NC Monitor output Monitor output Monitor output Monitor output Connect to VSS NC NC DMA request output to the host Host write input Power supply (VD3V) GNDD Host read input Ready output to the host Host DMA acknowledge input Interrupt output to the host Data bus width select Assress input

129 MSTPOL/MONI4 MSTPOL/MONI4 130 DASPST/MONI5 DASPST/MONI5 131 NEJECT/MONI6 NEJECT/MONI6 132 NTRYCL/MONI7 NTRYCL/MONI7 133 DMARQ DMARQ 134 NIOWR 135 VDD3 136 VSS 137 NIORD 138 IODRY 139 NDMACK 140 INTRQ 141 NIOCS16 142 DA1 143 NPDIAG 144 DA0 NIOWR VDD3 VSS NIORD IODRY NDMACK INTRQ NIOCS16 DA1 NPDIAG DA0

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

109

No.
145 VSS

Mark

Pin Name
VSS VDD3 DA2 NCS1FX NCS3FX NDASP HDD15 HDD0 HDD14 HDD1 HDD13 VDD3 VDD15 VSS HDD2 HDD12 HDD3 HDD11 HDD4 HDD10 HDD5 VSS VDD3 HDD9 HDD6 HDD8 HDD7 VDDH NRESET MASTER LPS1 LPS2

I/O
I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Power supply (VD3V) Power supply (VD1R5) GNDD Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output GNDD Power supply (VD3V) Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Power supply (VD5V) Reset input from the host Connect to VSS Loading mecha SW input Loading mecha SW input GNDD Power supply (VD3V) Address input Chip select input Chip select input

Pin Function

146 VDD3 147 DA2 148 NCS1FX 149 NCS3FX 150 NDASP 151 HDD15 152 HDD0 153 HDD14 154 HDD1 155 HDD13 156 VDD3 157 VDD15 158 VSS 159 HDD2 160 HDD12 161 HDD3 162 HDD11
C

163 HDD4 164 HDD10 165 HDD5 166 VSS 167 VDD3 168 HDD9 169 HDD6 170 HDD8 171 HDD7 172 VDDH 173 NRESET

174 MASTER 175 P0/SERIAL 176 P1/SERIAL

110
1 2

CDJ-1000MK3
3 4

PEG237B-K (MFLB ASSY : IC1002)


FL Microcomputer Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Pin Name
P96/ANEX1 P95/ANEX0 P94 P93/DA0 P92/TB2IN P91/TB1IN P90/TB0IN BYTE CNVss P87/XCIN P86/XCOUT XRESET Xout Vss Xin Vcc1 P85/XNMI P84/XINT2 P83/XINT1 P82/XINT0 P81 P80 P77 P76 P75/TA2IN P74/TA2OUT P73/XCTS2/XRTS2/TA1IN P72/CLK2/TA1OUT P71/RxD2/SCL2/TA0IN P70/TXD2/SDA2/TA1OUT P67/TXD1/SDA1 P66/RxD1/SCL1 P65/CLK1 P63/TXD0/SDA0 P62/RxD0/SCL0 P61/CLK0 P60/XCTS0/XRTS0 P57/CLKOUT P56 P55 P54 P53 P52 P51 P50 P47 P46 P45 P44

Signal Name
T/B R/S MODEL1 MODEL2 N.C. JOG1 N.C. CNVSS XRESET XOUT GNDD XIN V+5D XNMI JOG2 JOG1 TCH J_SCLK N.C. J_SDO FL_SDO RXD FL_SCLK SDO SIN SCLK XCS N.C. N.C. DFL_LAT DFL_BK J_LAT J_BK LED_24 LED_23 LED_22 LED_21

I/O
I I I I I I O I I I I I O O O I O I O I O O I O O O O O O O O VINYL SPEED ADJUST input VINYL SPEED ADJUST input

Pin Function
Clockwise direction: Vcc side Clockwise direction: Vcc side

Model setting 1 (pull up with 5V) Distinguish between CDJ-800MK2 and CDJ-1000MK3. Model setting 2 (pull up with 5V) Distinguish between CDJ-800MK2 and CDJ-1000MK3. Not used Pulse period measurement processing (connect to JOG1) Not used Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (GND pull down) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Reset input Oscillator (16MHz) GND Oscillator (16MHz) Power supply Not used (pull up with 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Not used (connect to 5V) Two-phase pulse signal input When input signal of TA2OUT pin is period of "H", up count (clockwise) at rising edge of TA2IN pin, down count (counterclockwise) at falling edge. JOG touch sensor ON with L Serial clock signal for JOG FL Not used Serial data signal for JOG FL Serial data signal for data FL For development Serial clock signal for data FL For development Data output of main communication Data input of main communication Clock output of main communication Chip select output of main communication Not used Not used Not used (pull down) Latch signal for data FL Blank signal for data FL Latch signal for JOG FL Blank signal for JOG FL Not used (pull up with 5V) LED (CARD_IND yellow/green) Turn off the light with L. LED (CDJ yellow/green) Turn off the light with L. LED (VINYL blue) Turn off the light with L. LED (TEMPO_RESET yellow/green) Turn off the light with L.
F E D C B

P64/XCTS1/XRTS1/XCTS0/XCLKS1 F_BUSY

CDJ-1000MK3
5 6 7 8

111

No.
51 52 53 54 55 56
B

Pin Name
P43 P42 P41 P40 P37 P36 P35 P34 P33 P32 P31 Vcc2 P30 Vss P27 P26 P25 P24 P23 P22 P21 P20 P17 P16/XINT4 P15/XINT3 P14 P13 P12 P11 P10 P07/AN0_7 P06/AN0_6 P05/AN0_5 P04/AN0_4 P03/AN0_3 P02/AN0_2 P01/AN0_1 P00/AN0_0 P107/AN7/XKI3 P106/AN6/XKI2 P105/AN5/XKI1 P104/AN4/XKI0 P103/AN3 P102/AN2 P101/AN1 AVSS P100/AN0 VREF AVcc

Signal Name
LED_20 N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. LED_15 LED_14 LED_13 LED_12 LED_11 LED_10 +V5 LED_09 GNDD LED_08 LED_07 LED_06 LED_05 LED_04 LED_03 LED_02 LED_01 ELOCK SW0 CUEC CUEB CUEA RELP LOOPOUT LOOPIN CUE PLAY ADCT ADIN KEY0 KEY1 KEY2 GNDD V+5D V+5D

I/O
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Not used Not used Not used Not used

Pin Function
LED (MASTER_TEMPO Red) Turn off the light with L.

LED (CUEC Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEC Green) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEC Red) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEB Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEB Green) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEB Red) Turn off the light with L. Power supply LED (CUEA Amber) Turn off the light with L. GND LED (CUEA Green) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUEA Red) Turn off the light with L. LED (DIRECTION_REV Red) Turn off the light with L. LED (RELOOP Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (LOOP_OUT Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (LOOP_IN Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (CUE Amber) Turn off the light with L. LED (PLAY/PAUSE Green) Turn off the light with L. EJECT LOCK SW DIRECTION SW Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) Key input (CUEC) L: ON Key input (CUEB) L: ON Key input (CUEA) L: ON Key input (RELOOP) L: ON Key input (LOOP_OUT) L: ON Key input (LOOP_IN) L: ON Key input (CUE) L: ON Key input (PLAY/PAUSE) L: ON Slider center value adjustment Tempo slider input + direction: Vcc side, direction: GND side Key input 0 (AD input) Key input 1 (AD input) Key input 2 (AD input) Not used (Connect to GND) Not used (Connect to GND) GND Not used (Connect to GND) Reference voltage input of A/D converter Reference voltage input of A/D converter Not used (Connect to GND)

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8. PANEL FACILITIES
8.1 PANEL SECTION
Upper Panel
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A

Rear Panel

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B

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Front Panel
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22

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1. Display selector button (TEXT MODE) Each time this button is pressed, the display alternates between WAVE and TEXT (track name/album name/artist name). When playing MP3, WAVE display may not be possible, depending on the track. 2. TIME MODE/AUTO CUE button TIME MODE: Each time the button is pressed, the display's time display alternates between the current elapsed play time and the remaining play time (REMAIN). When playing MP3, the REMAIN time may not display immediately, depending on the track. The current TIME MODE setting is retained in memory even when the power is turned off. AUTO CUE: When the button is held depressed for 1 second or more, the AUTO CUE mode is alternately enabled and disabled. When the button is held depressed for 5 seconds or more, the AUTO CUE level is toggled. The current AUTO CUE on/off and AUTO CUE level settings are retained in memory even when power is turned off. 3. LOOP IN/REALTIME CUE (IN ADJUST) button/indicator Realtime cue Loop-in point input Loop-in point adjust 4. LOOP OUT (OUT ADJUST) button/indicator Loop-out point input Loop-out point adjust 5. RELOOP/EXIT button
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6. Display 7. FOLDER SEARCH buttons (|, \) During MP3 playback, layered CD-ROM folder search will be performed in the designated direction. 8. CUE/LOOP CALL buttons (2, 3) Use to call cue points and loop points recorded in external memory (when memory card is loaded). 9. CUE/LOOP MEMORY button Use to record cue points and loop points to external memory (when memory card is loaded). 10. CUE/LOOP DELETE button Use to delete cue points and loop points from external memory (when memory card is loaded). 11. EJECT UNLOCK/LOCK switch UNLOCK: Disc is ejected when button is pressed, even if pressed during play. LOCK: Disc cannot be ejected if button is pressed during play. Set unit to pause mode and then press button to eject disc. 12. EJECT button (0) When button is pressed, disc rotation stops and disc is ejected from port. If the EJECT UNLOCK/LOCK switch is set to the [LOCK] position, the disc will not be ejected unless the unit is set to the pause mode before pressing the EJECT button. 13. JOG ADJUST dial Use to adjust the felt resistance (light/heavy) of the jog dial when it is rotated.

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14. VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/BRAKE dial When the JOG MODE SELECT button is set to [VINYL], this dial determines the deceleration speed until play stops when the surface of the jog dial is pressed or the PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed. When the VINYL SPEED ADJUST TOUCH/BRAKE dial is rotated counterclockwise, play stops quickly; when the dial is rotated clockwise, play decelerates more slowly before coming to a stop. 15. VINYL SPEED ADJUST RELEASE/START dial When the JOG MODE SELECT button is set to [VINYL], this dial determines the acceleration speed until full playback speed is reached when the jog dial is released or the PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed. When the VINYL SPEED ADJUST RELEASE/START dial is rotated counterclockwise, play accelerates to full speed quickly; when the dial is rotated clockwise, play accelerates more slowly before reaching full speed. 16. JOG MODE SELECT button VINYL mode: When the surface of the jog dial is pressed during playback, play stops, and if the jog dial is then rotated, sound is produced in accordance with the degree of rotation. The currently set jog mode is stored in memory even when power is turned off. CDJ mode: The above action does not occur when the jog dial is pressed. 17. VINYL indicator Lights when jog mode is set to VINYL mode. 18. CDJ indicator Lights when jog mode is set to CDJ mode. 19. TEMPO control range selector button (TEMPO 6/10/16/WIDE) Each time this button is pressed, the tempo adjust slider's variable range alternates between 6 %, 10 %, 16 % and WIDE. 20. MASTER TEMPO button/indicator When pressed, the master tempo function alternates ON/OFF. 21. Tempo adjust slider When moved toward the user (+ front), the track tempo increases, and when moved away from the user (- rear), the tempo decreases. 22. Tempo reset indicator Regardless of the position of the tempo adjust slider, this indicator lights when the tempo adjustment is at "0" (normal tempo). 23. TEMPO RESET button Regardless of the position of the tempo adjust slider, pressing this button causes the tempo to be reset instantly to "0" (normal tempo). Pressing the button once again releases the reset. 24. Jog dial display 25. Jog dial (+FWD/-REV) 26. Play/pause indicator Lights during playback, and flashes during pause mode. 27. PLAY/PAUSE button (6) 28. Cue indicator When a cue point has been set, lights except during search. Flashes in the pause mode to slow that a new cue point can be input. 29. CUE button Cue point setting Back cue Cue point sampler 30. SEARCH buttons (1, ) 31. TRACK SEARCH buttons (4, ) 32. Reverse indicator (REV) Lights when DIRECTION selector switch is set to reverse [REV]. 33. DIRECTION selector switch (FWD/REV) When set to [REV] (near side), reverse play is enabled. 34. HOT CUE REC MODE button Switches the function of the HOT CUE button (record/call) Defaults to call mode when power is first turned on.

35. HOT CUE button/indicator (A, B, C) When the indicators A, B, C light red, the hot cue point recording mode is enabled for that point. When any of the indicators A, B, C light green (HOT CUE point) or orange (HOT LOOP point), the respective call-up mode is enabled, and if the corresponding button is pressed, playback starts from the set hot cue (loop) point. When an indicator is not lighted, no hot cue (loop) point has been recorded.

Rear Panel
36. CONTROL connector When the accessory control cord is used to connect this connector to the corresponding CONTROL connector on a Pioneer DJ mixer, the DJ mixer can be used to control the CD player for fader start play and back cue. Also, by connecting this connector to the CONTROL connector on another Pioneer DJ CD player, automatic relay play can be performed. 37. AUDIO OUT L, R connectors RCA-type analog audio output jacks. 38. DIGITAL OUT connector RCA type coaxial digital output connectors used to connect a DJ mixer or AV amplifier, CD player, etc., equipped with digital input connectors. The digital outputs here support all DJ and other functions, but only audio data is output (without subcodes; CD graphics are not supported). 39. POWER OFF/_ ON switch 40. AC inlet (AC IN) Use the accessory power cord to connect this inlet to a standard AC power outlet.

Front Panel
41. Memory card indicator This indicator lights with a memory card is loaded and the door is closed, and flashes during memory card access. Do not open the door or turn off power while the indicator is flashing. 42. Memory card door and slot 43. Forced eject hole 44. Disc loading slot

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8.2 DISPLAY SECTION


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Display Section
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51. Calendar display (1 to ;, >>) The tracks following the currently playing track are lighted. If more than 21 following tracks are set, the >> indicator will light. An underline appears underneath track numbers for which cue points or loops have been set. 52. Track number/folder number display (TRACK/FLD) When playing an audio CD, the [TRACK] indicator lights, and the two-digit track number appears (01 to 99). When playing MP3, [TRACK] lights and the track number is displayed (01 to 999). During folder search, the [FLD] indicator lights, and a two-digit folder number is displayed (00 to 99). 53. MEMORY display If the currently selected track includes cue memory or loop memory, the [MEMORY] indicator lights and the MEMORY display indicates the relative starting position of the cue or loop. Two dots are used to display 1 point, and even if multiple starting positions are included within a single point, only one point is displayed. 54. Dot matrix display (100x7 dots) The dot matrix is used to display TEXT, WAVE, guides and other information. Text up to 48 characters can be displayed (text longer than 16 characters is scrolled). When WAVE display is used, the entire track is scaled so as to fit into the width of the display (100 dots width), with playback level shown across the display. 55. ALL track number display When playing an audio CD, this display shows the total number of tracks on the disc. During MP3 playback, the number of tracks inside the folder is shown. 56. Auto cue indicator (A.CUE) Lights when auto cue is ON. 57. REMAIN indicator This indicator lights to indicate that track's remaining time is being displayed. 58. Time (minutes) display (M) 59. Time (seconds) display (S) 60. Frame display (F) Seventy-five frames equal one second. 61. Master tempo indicator (MT) Lights when the master tempo function is ON. 62. TEMPO display Displays change in playing speed (tempo) caused by movement of the tempo adjust slider. 63. CUE point indicator When a point is recorded in the CUE button or LOOP IN button for the currently selected track, the [CUE] indicator lights and the point's relative starting position is shown in the display (2 lighted dots). 64. Playing address display To provided a quick grasp of the current track's elapsed time and remaining playing time, the entire track is shown as a bar graph scaled over the entire width of the display. During elapsed time display, the bar graph's indicator segments turn on from left to right.

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During remaining time display, the bar graph indicator segments turn off from left to right. When a track has less than 30 seconds of remaining play time, the graph flashes slowly; when less than 15 seconds remain, the flashing becomes quicker. 65. BPM display (0 to 360 BPM) This display shows the Beats-Per-Minute (BPM) of the currently playing track (detection range 70 to 180 BPM). The automatic BPM counter may be unable to compute the correct BPM for some tracks. 66. Tempo control range display (6, 10, 16, WIDE) Displays the variable range of the tempo adjust slider as selected with the tempo control range selector button.

Jog dial display


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71. Operation display This display shows the relative playing position, with one revolution equivalent to 135 frames. During playback, the display rotates, and it stops during pause mode. 72. Cue point position indicator Indicates position of cue points. 73. Audio memory status indicator This indicator flashes during audio memory write, and lights when writing has been sufficiently completed. When the indicator is flashing, it may not be possible to record real time cue points, or hot cue points. The indicator also flashes when memory insufficiency occurs due to scratch operation. 74. Jog touch detection indicator In VINYL mode, this indicator lights to indicate that the jog dial surface has been touched. 75. VINYL mode indicator Lights during VINYL mode.

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Lubricants List
Name
Grease Grease Dyefree
B

Part No.
GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B) GEM1007 (ZLB-PN948P) GEM1036 (ZLX-ME413A) (ZLB-HFD1600)

Remarks
Refer to "2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION", "2.4 SLOT-IN MECHA. SECTION", "2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. Assy-S". Refer to "2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. Assy-S". Refer to "2.4 SLOT-IN MECHA. SECTION". Refer to "2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION".

Grease

Cleaning
Name
Cleaning liquid
C

Part No.
GEM1004 GED-008

Remarks
Used to pickup lens cleaning. Refer to "2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. Assy-S", "7.1.3 DISASSEMBLY".

Cleaning paper

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