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BASS KNOBS ON CHANNELS 1 TO 3 WHEN TURNING THE BASS UP AND DOWN IT SEEMS TO WORK WHEN EVER IT FEELS LIKE IT .. IF YOU TOUCH THE KNOB WITOUT TURNING IT IT TURNS IT UP AND DOWN HOW CAN I GET THIS FIXED ?

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Please bring a good brand lubricant contact cleaner and apply it in knob and move it forward and back.(you can get it from radio shack near you).

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When moving the bottom knob on channel 1 and 2 of the pioneer djm 600 mixer there is a slight interference sound coming through the speakers. Channel 3 and 4 are fine


That sounds like you could have some dust built-up on your sliders. Get yourself some dust repellant spray or silicone spray normally found at you nearest computer store. That will definately sort your problem

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I have a used 3.1 preamp. recently it started to make a scratching noise when the volume knob is turned. this happens every morning after the car sits all night long.


bring a contact cleaner spray with oil and apply it in volume knob try with the pipe to reach volume inner and move volume forward and backward-you can obtain the contact cleaner from (radio shack)near your home.

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I have my pioneer djm 600 for about 5 years. I went to sell it the other day and turned it on. It worked perfectly except it was only playing through one speaker. I checked the speakers and they were fine....


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 surface.

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.

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It's not your ground wire with the issue, but your RCA cables. Try disconnecting both turntables, and connect 1 at a time, and do the same test, this way you can isolate the problem. Once you've isolated the problem, then you'll need to have the RCA cables replaced on your turntable.

You might also want to check the Cartridges as well. Sometimes a bad cartridge or headshell connection will cause this issue. Worst case scenario, its your tonearm, but that should be test last.

Also, on the rear of your mixer, there is a gain volume pot, make sure this is not maxed out. Keep it about 3/4 of they up. Again, this is on the rear of your mixer where you connect everything.

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please bring an lubricant contact cleaner from radio shack near you and apply it in pots while you are moving it forward and back.

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It comes in handy for tweaking the sound from your hi-fi to just the way you like it. But beware, as it can make your hi-fi produce sounds that are so bass or treble heavy, that you can damage your speakers if you're not careful.

Adding another compnent into the chain (like a graphic EQ) can add a little background noise but this Technics EQ is a pretty quiet one & you probably won't notice the noise apart from when there's no music playing & you've got the amp turned up high.

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Each channel strip has its own 3 band EQ with knobs that effect the hi, mid, and low.

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The PPM808M also has two 9 band graphic EQs in the Master Output Section on the front panel, Monitor EQ and Main EQ. These two EQs are the last thing in the chain before the signal leaves the mixer on either of these line outs (monitor line out, or mixer line out).

The 'Monitor EQ' effects output to the monitor speakers on stage (and power amplifier if the 'Power Amp Routing' switch is pushed in).

The 'Main EQ' effects the signal to the main speakers (or the mixer line out).

Each of these 'Master Output' EQs has a Rumble Reduction button which when pressed in engages a low-cut filter which rolls off frequencies below 75Hz and is designed to prevent 'stage rumble' from things like footsteps on the stage being picked up by stage mics. These filters are separate from the graphic EQs and the Main Rumble Reduction switch effects only mono channels 1-6 (not stereo channels 7&8). It also has no effect on the EFX to MAIN or the TAPE IN. The Monitor Rumble Reduction switch however does effect the EFX to MON signal.

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Haven't tried this myself, but first thoughts that come to mind are that it sounds like you must have the connections right for things to work when in bypass (which routes the signal straight from the input to the output uneffected). I'd suggest making sure your gate is 'off'. On the DBX turn the 'threshold' knob in the Expander/Gate section of your front panel all the way counter clockwise to 'off'. I would also start with your compression 'ratio' knob turned all the way counter clockwise to 1:1 which effectively turns off your compressor. If you have sound coming through like this then you can start fooling around with the controls to effect the sound the way you'd like.

I'm sure you're already aware that the compressor has separate mono channels and you'd have to hook up right and left through their own compressor channels to have stereo compression.

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What do you mean you put the master to cue to hear something from the master? You should be ableto hear the master at all times then choose wha channel you are cuing up. Sounds like a pot. problem on the switch or board.

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