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Cdj100 pause seems to skip, and slow loading

I have 2 cdj100S, one is just fine and the other has a much slower load time.when I play a track on it then hit pause, it doesn't exactly pause, the time display jumps around anywhere from 5 to 20 seconds ahead and the sound does the same too. this makes it impossible to cue an exact point.

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  • treb4c41 Feb 17, 2009

    the cdj100s is from september 2000 (thats what it says on back) bought this pair on ebay the guy said they were working fine

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How old is it and do you still have warranty on it? seems like some maintenance is needed to fix the problem. I would personally suggest pioneer repair service in this case.

Cleaning the lens might help a little, but thats probably not the problem. The problem is most likely in the drive, or its control mechanism.

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • Ekse Feb 17, 2009

    ok thats definitely out of warranty. there should be a 3 year warranty and thats out already.



    well what can I say, its 9 years old soon.





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