Pioneer CDJ-100s  Performance CD Player with Effects

Submitted by Lead  Flag on 13-04-2003 @ 05:50
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The Pioneer CDJ-100s is a CD player originally designed for home use, while the CDJ-500s was the top-end model. After some while the CDJ-100 was not only used by the home-dj but also by lots of rental companies and club installations. The CDJ-100 was the first reliable CD player that had a foolproof anti shock system.

Anti Shock System

Oil-damped floating suspension protects against vibrations and impacts. The player has been designed with an oil-damped floating suspension to prevent sound skipping even when the unit is subjected to impacts during use or floor- transmitted vibrations. The drive reads at multiple speed (4x) and uses about 16 seconds anti shock memory.

3 Digital Break Effects

Actived any of the effects on the CDJ-100 by pressing the appropriate button. After this you can alter the parameter of the effect with the Jog Wheel. when a certain parameter is reached you can hold this by pressing the HOLd button. to get the effect parameter back to 0 again, just press the HOLD button again and the parameter will slowly return to the zero position.

Built-in Digital Jog Break for Original Sound Creation. Each of three buttons provides a different remix assist function (JET, ZIP, WAH). By selecting the desired function and controlling the jog dial to match the track selection you can easily create new remix sounds.

Pioneer CDJ-100s Product Photo
Product Type
CD Player for DJ's
Type of Discs
12 & 8cm
Disc Format
Frequency Response
4Hz ~ 20kHz
0.004 % (JEITA)
Signal to Noise Ratio line
96 dB
Power Supply
AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz
217 x 297 x 91 mm ( WxDxH )
Net Weight
2,2 kg
Operating Manual, Power Cord, Control cord, Forced Eject Pin


Full cueing functions with the Cue Button like you are used to do on all other CDJ/CMX Products.

Cue Point Sampler Function

Allows playing up to ten minutes of sound from a preselected cue point. This function is convenient for confirming a cue point or creating a track sampler.

Auto Cue Function

Automatic by-passing of the non-recorded part of track introductions, cueing the track to a standby point immediately before sound starts. This function allows instantaneous start of playback when the PLAY button is pressed.

Master Tempo

Changes music tempo without changing pitch. With analogue systems, changing track speed results in a change in pitch. Master Tempo Control takes advantage of the unique features of digital medium enabling track speed to be changed with no deterioration of the original pitch.

Sensitive Jog Dial

The large-diameter (100mm) jog dial allows the user to manipulate the music in a way common to analogue turntables. Merely rotating the dial with the fingertips allows you to find the precise entry point for tracks, moving in increments of one-frame (1/75th second).

Two Tempo Control Ranges

Achieving the desired adjustment has been facilitated by providing two variable ranges: either +10% (0.1% steps), or +10 to -16% (in 0.2% steps).

Displays Playing Address

Analogue bar graph gives direct indication of elapsed and remaining playing time. This bar graph provides a direct visual readout of the progress of the track playback, comparable to the moving needle position on an analogue record. The length of the bar gives the user immediate knowledge of the current location on the track and the flashing bar display warns that the track is coming to an end.

Quick Start

Pressing the play button from the standby mode produces instantaneous (0.01 second or less) music start. Normal CD players require up to 0.3 seconds from the standby mode to the production of sound. The quick start function virtually eliminates this time lag making smoother tract-tract splices.

Slot In CD

The new disc loading slot mechanism makes it fast and easy to play, change and remove discs from the player. Discs are inserted directly without the need to open doors or trays, making operation and track selection that much faster.

Fader Start/Fader Back Cue Play

When the CDJ-100S is used with the DJM-500 or DJM-300 mixer, you can start the music by increasing the Channel Fader (or sliding the Cross Fader).Closing the Fader will return the CDJ-100s to the designated cue point.

Relay Play

Connecting two CDJ-100S decks. If two units are connected, when playback of a track comes to an end on one deck, standby mode on the second deck is released instantly beginning playback on that deck. A CUE Piont is neccessary to get the Auto relay Play working !

American Model only: Digital OutputUS Flag

The CDJ-100s is made for the American market is slightly different than the model that is being produced for the European market. The American model has a digital output on the backside, this feature is missing on the european version.

Pioneer CDJ-100 American Model featuring digtal

What do you think about Pioneer CDJ-100s ??

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There are 11 Comments

  Flag Murfix wrote on 07-03-2006 @ 19:17
deze wil ik wel hebben
  Flag OrenTenaga wrote on 07-01-2007 @ 10:17
vraagje, ik heb dit model twee maal staan, nu is de laser van de een bevuild en ik wil deze dus zo snel mogelijk weer proper/schoon hebben. enig idee hoe ik aan dat oog kanConfused bij het openen van de speler zie ik namelijk niet onmiddellijk de mogelijkheid om die laser bloot te leggen.
dank voor eventuele respons!
  Flag ArCee wrote on 06-02-2007 @ 16:35
Zijn complete schoonmaaksets in de handel. Daar zit een cd met borsteltjes bij en een schoonmaak vloeistof. Even in je speler laten draaien en je lasar is weer schoon.
  Flag DJ-TQ wrote on 24-02-2007 @ 12:10
ArCeeFlagwrote on 06-02-2007 16:35:
Zijn complete schoonmaaksets in de handel. Daar zit een cd met borsteltjes bij en een schoonmaak vloeistof. Even in je speler laten draaien en je lasar is weer schoon.

cdtjes met borsteltjes moet je niet gebruiken!!! is nog slechter voor je laser!
gewoon meet een wattenstaafje gedrenkt in (laser)alcohol en daarmee voorzichtig over je laser gaan.
  Flag Lead wrote on 24-02-2007 @ 12:33
Een laser maak je schoon met een wattenstaafje en 98% alcohol. NIET met zo'n Cd... die doen meer kwaad dan goed !
  Flag voyager wrote on 24-05-2007 @ 23:16
nice nice.,,ik ga er (mss volgende maand 2 van deze halen + een leuk mixer-tje erbij)
  Flag DjRamon wrote on 16-01-2008 @ 11:56
Eeey ik hbe er 1 staan is een lekker spelertje Happy, laughing

Maar inderdaar je moet er wel ff een doek omheen leggen wil je hem stofvrij houden Winking my eye
  Flag TheHitzmaker wrote on 07-10-2008 @ 16:54
i have this players. its very good players Winking my eye
  Flag dannywarmerdam wrote on 17-07-2009 @ 16:05
ik heb het soortgelijke probleem denk ik ..teminste hij pakt niet alle cd's meer maar moet ik dan verder nog iets schoonmaken naast de laser om te zorgen dat hij weer 100 % gaat werken ?
  Flag SIZWEK wrote on 20-06-2010 @ 06:10
  Flag Mathi wrote on 20-06-2010 @ 18:08
Ik heb er 2 staan , ze laden lekker snel in en draaien bijna probleemloos , alleen met branden van cd's moet je wel goed opletten wat je brand geen mp3 cd , dat zal hij niet pakken verder echt een super ding , zal binnenkort even mijn eigen booth erop zetten weet iemand trouwens of er ergens jog wheels te krijgen zijn voor deze ( een extra paar is leuk op te laten beschilderen)
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