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CDJ800mk2 Hi I have just bought some CDJ800mk2' s and I think that the bpm counter on one of them is faulty. I play house records and when the beats are in time the bpm counter on the screens are way out. eg. on one CDJ it will be reading 130 bpm on the other it will be 125 BPM. does this sound normal? if not what should i do? steve

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Better take it to the dealer and get it changed since you have the warranty for it.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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E-8301 on CDJ800MK2 Pioneer


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Dec 19, 2009 | Pioneer CDJ-800 Turntable

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This is a question for my daughter who lives in Japan. She has a Crosley turntable she bought from Urban Outfitters. The stylus arm has suddenly started skating over the record, ie won't play anything. ...


I have no experience of Crosley turntables, however, stylus arm skating across the record surface on any turntable is normally due to the counter balance weight being incorrectly adjusted. In order to track across a record properly, the stylus must press down on to the record very lightly. If there is too little pressure, skating is what tends to happen. Too much pressure can cause distortion of the sound and excessive wear of the record.

At the pivoting end of the stylus arm, there should be a counter balence weight. This is normally adjustable (but not always - depends on quality and features of the particular turntable), and is used to set the pressure the stylus applies to the record surface, measured in grammes. The manual that came with it should tell you how to adjust it, but for most turntables stylus pressure is between 1 to 3 grammes.

If you dont have the manual, have a good look at the pivoting end of the stylus arm to see if soemthing is obviously wrong, or if not whether there is something with numbers on it that can be turned or slid. This is likley to be the counter weight. Try adjusting it.
Within reason, the stylus weight isnt critical so a "trial and error" approach wont do any harm.

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E-8310 error code, will not play discs and intermittenly will not eject.


This is a Traverse Assembly error. More than likely it will have to be replaced.

The part can be found here: Pioneer CDJ800MK2 Part

But I do not recommend self-repair for something like this.


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Apr 21, 2009 | Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 Turntable

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My pioneer cdj 800 simply wont work!!


Your traverse assembly is damaged, and will need to be replaced. Although self-repair is not recommended, you can buy the part and bring it with you to a service center for replacement.

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Feb 02, 2009 | Pioneer CDJ-800 Turntable

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Broken sound from cdj800 mk2


This probably has nothing to do with the CDJ unit, and more to do with your recording speed and quality. Record at either 2x or 4x - yes, I know it's slow, but you'll get a better quality recording out of it.

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Nov 28, 2008 | Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 Turntable

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CDJ800MK2 problems


Code E-8380 is a read error. Either the CD tray itself is stucked/jammed, or the Play switch is not sending the correct signal to the CD amp.

In either case, professional assistance is required.

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Sudden pitch change.


There is a speed control IC inside this unit that could be defective or the speed detect sensors could be faulty. WIthout seeing the actual machine it is hard to tell. This one is a direct drive if memory serves me correctly, so you should not have this kind of drift. With the unit only a year old, I would not expect a motor problem either. Can you tell if the drift is toward higher speed or lower? Or does it vary?

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