Question about Pioneer DJM-600 Silver Professional DJ Mixer with Auto Beat Cou Home Equalizer
Playing at a club last night and suddenly there was a crackling sound from the mixer and then it stopped working completely, checked plug fuse & internal fuses, they are ok, main transformer still working, can hear the hum of it, but nothing lighting up...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my pioneer djm 600 mixer
replace the whole heaphone jack!! Replace it with a new metal 1/4 in. 3 piont jack that you find at any radio shack for a couple bux(these are also the same type of metal 1/4 in jack you'd find on an Allen&Heath brand mixer). The factory one on pioneers is a cheap plastic (Sony ,I believe) peices of **** ,and they always go out or brake. It's not hard to do it yurself though. As long as you can solder and have some apptitude for basic electronix ,you can do it yurself. You'll have to remove all the plastic knobs. then remove the 6 screws on the top plate; the four corners and the sides from the top panel. Don't forget the 2 on the outside of the crossfader ,and the 2 at the top for the mic xlr plug in. Then the top panel/plate should come off easily. This should expose the heaphone jack and enable you to remove it. There's a cheap plastic nut holding the jack on ,remove that and gently pull out the headphone jack till the wire slack catches. cut/snip the wires as close to the headphone jack as possible ,noting their placement! Remove sum jacketing from the ends of the wires ,and solder them back into place on the new metal heaphone jack make shure to test the jack out before putting everything back together!!. Follow the forehand instructions backwards and wahlah. You'll probly never have to replace the headphone jack for the rest of the life of the mixer. I've had the same 500 for 5 years now. The headphone jack went out on it in the first 6 months I had it. I replaced it my self and its werked fine and minorly trouble free for years past. I had to retighten the top nuts once or twice over the years ,but no biggy. Hope this helps! good luck
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
So you get power to the unit, but no sound coming out? How about through the headphones, do you get sound coming out of the headphones?
Are all the volumes and gains raised up? All the eq's are up? Check the back of the mixer, there is a master gain volume - where the connections are - make sure this is up also.
If nothing, then you'll need professional help at this point.
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
You've got dirty pots mate! You need to clean all the dust
and **** from inside the sliders and the circular trims. The plastic shaft ALPS pots in the DJM600 don't have a sealing bush so if
you pull the knob off and spray some "no-residue contact cleaner"
down the shaft you may get it to the bottom. DO NOT use WD40 as that leaves an
oil and will clog the pots (as the oil will eventually mix with new dust and
make a gloopy paste) This would then break the sweeper contact with the resistive
Virtually all the ALPS pots on the 600 are stereo so as you have lost a channel some of your pots have lost connection already. Cleaning may help but if not you may need to strip down desolder the troublesome ones and replace (or if your feeling brave bend open the tabs and clean internally)
Don't worry though. I got the right cleaner (electronic use no-residue stuff) from a car accessory shop and it all started working again without opening her up.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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