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S T E R E OT U R N TABLE

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PLIE OOX

(DrrroNeER'

MODELPL-5OOX COMES TWOVERSIONS IN DISTINGUISHED FOLLOWS: AS
Type HET
Voltag 22OV and 24OV (Switchable)

Rmerk3
Europe model (Without cartridge)

HBT

22OV and 24OV (Switchable)

United Kingdom model (Without carrridgo)

CONTENTS
1 . S P E C | F | C A T | . . N. S O. . 2 . P A N E LF A C I L I T I E S . 3. DISASSEMBLY 3.1 3.2 4.1 4.2 C a b i n e t .. Tonearm D.D. Motor Operation Adjustment Mechanism Adjustments. 6 7 I 9 ........ 3 4

4. ADJUSTMENTS

5. PACKING 6. EXPLODEDVIEWSANO PARTS LIST 6.1 Cabinet.. 0.2 Subpanel 6.3 D.D.Motor... 7.SCHEMATITAGRAM DC .......11 .........14 ...........16 .........17

8 . P . C .B O A R DC O N N E C T I O N I A G R A M D s 8 . 1 P a r t L i s t o f . C B o a r d s s e m b l .y. . . . . . 2 1 P . A

For description of the D. D. motor, refer to the PL-630service manual(ART-314) and for full auto mechanism,refer to the PL-3000 servicemanual (ART-350).

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Motor and Turntable
DrivSystem .. Direct-drive M o t o r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O u a r t P L L H a l lm o t o r z Platter . . . . . . . . .33ommdism.atuminum Turntable alloy die-c6st lvlomentol lnertie 3ookg{m' {includingplalter matl Speed......... ,s ... 331/3and4srpm ( W o wa n d F l u t t e r ....... L e s sh s n0 . 0 2 5 % W R M S ) t S i g n s l - t o - N oR a t i o . iso . . . . . M o r er h a n7 5 d B( D l N - B l (wilh Pioneercartridgemodl PC-200) Rotational Characteristica . . Wirhin 120" rotationar 331/3rpm Build-upTime Deviation.. Spoed ... Less than 0.002% S p e e d s .L o a dC h a r a c t e r i s t i.c s. . . . . . . v .. S r a b t u p t o 15 0 g r a m s e drag load SpeedDrift . . . . . Lessrhan O.OOOOS%/h33-1/3rpm at Lessthan 0.00o03%/dgree temp. ch6ngeat 33-1/3rpm
Transistors. D i o d e s . . . . . . . . Hall Elements .

. . . .. . . . 3 . . . .. . .. 3 . . . .. . . 3
. 2 2 O | 2 4 O V- ( s w i t c h a b l e ) ,

Miscellaneous
Power Requirements Powr Consumption Dimensions Weight

s0,60H, ......10w . . . . . . 4 4 0 ( W ') 1 4 0 { x 3 8 8 ( D } m r n x H} 1 7 - 1 5 / 1 6 (x s)- 1 / 2 { H ) l 5 - 1 / 4 ( D ) i n . W x . .9.1ks/201b
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Accessories
EP Adapter Screwdriver Carlrjdgemounting parts Carlridgemounting screws. C a r t r i d g em o u n t r n g n u t s . C 6 r t r i d g e m o u n t i n g w a s h e r s. Operating Instructions(French and German furnished on r n o d e l sf o r H E T )

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NOTE: Subfunclions
Full auto mechanism, Anti-skating force controf, Stylus pressure d i r e c t - r e a d o u tc o u n t e r w e i g h t , C u e i n g d e v i c e , S r r o b e l i g h t , F r e e s r o p hrnges Specifications and design subiect to po$ibte modification notice. clue to improvements.

Semiconductors
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L IN E VO LT A G ES E LE C T ORS WIT C H
The line voltageselectorswitch is locatedon the top surface of the cabinetof this turntable, Before your turntable is shipped from the factory, the switch is set to the power requirementsof the turntable'sdestination,check that it is st properlybeforeplugging power cord into the outlet. the lf the voltageis not properly st or if you moveto an area where the voltage requirements differ. adjust the selector switchasfollows: 1. Oisconnect Dowercord, the 2. Provideyourselfwith a medium-sized screwdriver. Insert the tip of the screwdriverinto the grooveof the selector switch and turn it so that the power voltagemarkingof your areapoints to the white mark by the arrow on the label.
Scrwdriver

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2. P ANEL FA CI LI T I E S

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O srnnr BUTToN
Whenthis button is depressed, power is turned on to the the turntable, the strobe light comeson and the platter starts to rotate. with the REcoRD slzE SELECToR set at one of the positions- 30, 25, or I7 - the tonearm moves automatically the recorddiscas the platterstarts to rotating, thus starting record play

LEVER @ ARM-ELEVATION
This levercontrolsthe ascent and descent the tonearm. of U P{ ! ) . . . . . Thetonearmses. ri OOWN(l) . . The tonearmdescends gently. Set to this position for auto play, auto repeatand other automaticoperations. NOTE:
When the ARM ELEVATION lever is set to the UP position for automatic play, the toneam will move over as fal as the lead-in groove on the record but it will not descend and the rccord will therefore not be played.

BUTToN @ REPEAT
Pushthis button when you want to listen to the samerecord again. Press button once more to release. the NOTE:
All you have to do fot repeat play is to prcss the REqEAT button. Therc is no need to push the START and C\JT button again.

KNoB @ ANTI.SKATE
This knob is usedto cancelout the harmfulskating force which is geneiated duringrecordplay. For further details, see "ANTI-SKATING ADJUSTI\4 NT ". E

@ CUTBUTToN
rE\ lf this button is depressed whil the recordis playing,the tonearm automaticallyreturns to the arm rest. and the powerto the turntablewill be cut off.

@ nnru REST/CLAMPER
The arm rest supportsthe tonearm when it is not being used.Set the tonearmon its restwhen it is not playingrecords. Clamp it into position if you don't haveany immediateplansto play records.

sIzE SELECToR @ RECORD
This selectorselects the sizeof the recordfor automatic play and alsoselects manualplay. 7 " 1 7 . . . . F o r t h e a u t o m a t i c l a y o f 1 7 c m( 7 - i n c h ) p LP and EP records. 1 0 " 2 5 . . - . F o r t h e a u t o m a t i c l a yo f 2 5 c m{ 1 o - i n c h ) p LP records. 1 2 " 3 0 . . . . F o r t h e a u t o m a t i c l a yo f 3 0 c m ( j 2 - i n c h ) p LP records. MANUAL.. For the manualplay of records. NOTE:
The toneam will not be actuated when the RECORD SIZE SELECTOR is at the MANUAL posiaion fot play, even if the START button and tha REPEAT button are pushd.

PLATTER MAT O PLATTER/RUBBER
Whenthe tonearmis movedand power is supplied the to turntable,the platter will start rotatingat the set rotation speed.The rubber platter mat stabilizes the records and alsoabsorbs externalvibration.

@ DUSTcoVER
Keep this closedunless operating controlsor tonearm, the or changing over records. This serves keep dust from to adheringto the recordsduring record play. When fully openedand pulled straightup, this dust cover can be removedfrom the cabinet.

BUTToN @ SPeeoSELECToR
45 . . . . . Whenthis button is depressed, platterwill the rotate at 45rpm. Depress for playing 45rpm records, singles EP's. or 33 . . , . . When this button is set to the release position, the platter will rotate at 33-1/3rpm.Release for playing33-1/3rpmrecords like Lp,s.

LIGHT @ STROBE
This light comeson when the tonearm movesawav from the arm rest toward the platter. lt irradiates strobothe scope aroundthe outsideof the platter.

O TONEARM
This tonearm is designedto apply the correct tracking force to the cartridge and to keepthis force at the precjse levelfor faithful trackingof the recordgrooves.

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3 . D ISASSE M B LY
3 . 1 C A B I N E T ( S e eF i g . 3 - l l 1. Remove the dust cover. 2. Undo the 4 screws securing the top cover. 3. Undo the 4 screwslocated in the rubber feet. 4. Move the tonearm over towards the center shaft as shown in the diagram. 5. Disconnect the connectors when lifting off the cabinet.

Cabinet securingscrews

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3.2 TONEARM 1. Undo the 4 screws securing the arm base and the sub-panel (see Fig. 3-2). 2. Undo the 2 screwssecuring the arm base to the sub-panel (seeFig. 3-2). 3. Disconnect the tonearm lead wires from the PU board (seeFig. 3-2). Note that some of the lead wires have been soldered to the PU board, and must be disconnected with care. 4. Loosen the setscrewswith a hexagonal wrench to remove the PU plate under the arm base (seeFig. 3-3). 5. Undo the screw securing the tonearm to the arm base(see Fig. 3-3)

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4. AD JU STM E NT S
4 . 1 D . D M O T O R O P E R A T I O NA D J U S T M E N T l. Rotate the tumtable platter. 2. Connect a dual-imageoscilloscope synchro(or scope) to the TP3 and Q2 terminals of ttre circuit board ass'y. 3. Adjust VR1 (for 33-1/3 rpm) and VR2 (for 45rpm) on the circuit board ass'y in order to bring the rising edge of the TPb terminal waveform within the width of the TP6 terminal waveform as shown in Fig. 4-2.

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4.2 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENTS Prior to commencing any adjustments, check that the PU plate shaft moves along the center axis of the slot in the sub-panel as shown in Fie. 4-4.

PU platescrew

Fis.4-6 o Tonearm misoperation If the tonearm should happen to stop midway during the lead-in operation, adjust the nut shown in Fig. 4-7.
This nut should be neither too tight, nor too loo6e.

Fis. 44 o Tonearm lowering position Tonearm lowering position is adjusted by tuming an adjustment screw located in the hole at the base of the tonearm (see Fig. 4-5). Tum the screw clockwise to move the lowering position inwards. Tum the screw counterclockwise to move the lowering position outwards. This adjustment may be simplified by using a test record .

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Fis. 4-7 r Short switch The short switch gap should be 0.5mm during record play. This gap may be adjusted by the screw shown in Fig. 4-8 below.
Screwdriver

Adjustingscrew Loweringposition too tar in g Short switch Rotatorycam

Loweringposition too far out dtIJ
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r Auto-return position 1. If the tonearm retums too earlv. screw the PU plate screw outwards (see Fig. 4-6). 2. If the tonearm retums too slow. screw the PU plate screw inwards.
Fig. 4-8

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5. PACK I NG

PartsList
Key No. Part No. Doscription

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PHA-077 H56-603 PBA-079 PRW-O38 PHG-369

Caution label

PHC-069 N93.603 KEX,OO2 PRB.135 PRD{46

Cover 45 adaptor Driver o p e r a t i n g i n s t r u c t i o n s ( E n g l i s h) Operating instructions (French/German) Rubber mat assmbly

11, 12. 't3. 14, 15.

PEA{32 822426 PXA-720 PXA76 PXB-125

Hadshell assembly Csrtridgemounting screwassembly

VIEWS AND PARTS LIST 6. EXPLODED
6.1 CABINET

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PARTS LISTOF CABINET
NO?ES. . Parls uithout part number cannol be supplied. o The I marh found on some component parts ind.icotes the importance of the safely loclor ol the part. Therefore, uhen replocing, be sure to use parts of id.entical desiEnation.
Key No. Part No. Description

K6y No.

P.rl No.

Doscription Rubber mal assembly platter Turntable Taprito P screw3x8 Cover Panel Push button PSA3x5

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

PEA-032 PNR-089

PNX-080 PAC-O24 ........

54. 55. 56. 57. 59.

XWM{33

Steelball 5/32" Selectorbaseunit Taptite P scrw3x10 Circuitbosrd Taptite P screw3x10 Taptite screw4x8 Hingeassembly Hedahell assembly Tonearmassembly

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11. 12. 13. 1415. 16. 17. r8. A 20. 21. 22. 24.

PNW-473 PAG-001 PNW-472 PNX-078 PTr-093

Angle TapriteP screw3x10 Speedselectorassembly Lens Mirror Holder Taptite P screw3x10 Neonlamp holder Taptite P screw3x'l0 Powerlransformer Taptite P screw4x 10 Spacer Outputterminal PSA3x12 EW3 PSA 3x5 Sub panelassembly

61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

PXA-720 PXB-002 PNW-577 PAC-026

Weightassombly Arm rest assembly Elevationsheet AS knob

67. 68. 69. 70, 71. 72. 13. 74. 1576. 11. 78. 79. 80.

Hexagonsocket headless screw4x8 iel Plasticscrew3x8 PNX-088 PBEOT 2 PNW-379 AS springwasher AS cam Taptit screw3x6 Shatr EV spring EW4 EV leverunil EV spring AS lever AS spring Eiaslever PU plareassembly PU plate Hexagonsocket headless screw4x6 set EW2 (SUS) EW3 (SUS) AS washr Adjust shaft Spring Plasticscrew3x l2 Spring PSA4x10 D.D. motor Bas Damper cushion A Holder Ring

PLA-396 PBH-201 PXT-301 PBK430 PNC-O68 PBA-085 PBH-250

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PXB-I03

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30. 31. Push button unir Taptite P screw3x l0 Button base Push button Start button PSA3x15 Oustcover PSF 3x8 Strainrelief Strainrelief Angle Output cord AC power cord

34. PAC-O24 36. 37. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45, 46. 47. ra. 49. 50. PAG020 PSF-o12 PNV-014

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PEC-o5'| PEC-o51 PDE-044 (HEl PDG-O21 (HB) POG_022 PNW-475 PNW-474 P8H-213

8t. PNB460 42. 83. PXB-001 83-1. 83,2. 83-3. 83-4. 83-5. PN8-224 83-6. PNB-519 83-7. PXT-l09 83-8. PXT-201 83-9. PBH-045 83,10. 8 3 , 1 1P B H - 1 9 3 . 84. 85. 86. 47. 88. 89. 90.

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Selectorlever Selectorcam Spring

PEB-102 PNW,484 PNW-375 PYY-024

NO?ES: o Parts without part number cannot be supplied..
Key No, Part No. Description Screw Spring Spring Spring Spring EV sheet S h e e tc u s h i o n FW3 Key No. Ptrt No. Dercription FW3 Knob Switch assembly Actuator Actuator Actuator AS knob I nsulator D B A washer

91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98.

PBA-096 PBH-I97 PBH-I96 PBH-198 PBH-198 PNW-577 PNT-516

99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105.

PAC-023 x w x - 0 13 PXT-314 PBK-027 PXT-296 PBF-005

6.2 SUBPANEL

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PARTSLISTOF SUBPANEL
Koy No. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Part No. Oo3cription EW2 Stopper unit PM 2.6x6 Stopper Taptite screw 3x8 Stopper rubber unit Polyethylenewasher 4.10x0.25t Trptit screw 3x5 Timing motor Sub panel unit lnsulalor Microswitch Microswilch Koy No.

NO?'Sr . Parts without part number cannot be supptied.
Part No. De.cription Start leverunit Nut

PXT -297 N5t-786

51. 52. 53. 54.

PXT-300 KLA-I59

6. 1. 8. A 9. 10.

PXT-219

PXM-o8o

56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 6s. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70.

EW2

P X T . 32 r 833-635 PLA-404 PBH-097 PNW-490 PNW-478 PBH-200 PBH-l95

Lock leverspring PM2.6x8 Collar Spring EV cam EV cam spring E V l e v e rs p r i n g EW3 PSA 3x25

A rr. A rz. A rs.
14.

PEc{52 PsF{og PsF{og
PXT-124

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16. 11. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 21. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. KSN-001 Switch FW2.6 PM2.6x5 Spring plate Selector EW3 EW3 PBK-029
Polyethylenewasher 4.1Oxo.25t

KNA-101
Polyethylenewasher 4.10x0.25t EW3

Connectorassembly

PNB-I 2 1

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P8H-096
Taptite screw 2x2.6 Cam

PNW-476

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PBH,194 PNW{77

38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

PNB-s19 EW3

PNB-519 EW3 PXT-310

833609 PXT-308 PAKO06 PBF{03

Spring Rotor unir Spring

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NO?ES: o Parts without part number cannot be supplied.
Description Rotor assembly Steel ball Speed detector assembly Coreunit P o s i t i o n a ld e t e c t o r a s s e m b l y P. CB Base Hall element Cord fixer Angle Key No. Part No.

Part No.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PEF-001 PTL-003

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

MNT-001 MNW-001 PDE-O38

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PCP-OI2 PCP - O3I ,BLK /WHT

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1. R E SI S T OR S : f ndicated in Q , t/oW,t5% tolerance unless otherwise noted k : kCl, , , M : M a , ( F ) : ! 1 o / o ( G ) : t 2 o / o ( K ) : t 1 0 %t o l e r a n c e 2. CAPACITORS: Indicated i n c apac i ty ( !F ) /v ol tage ( V) unl es sother w i s e noted p : pF Indicatio n w i thout v ol tage i s 50V ex c ept el ec tr ol y ti c c apac i tor . 3 . V O L T A G E , C U RR E N T : : D C v ol tage ( V) at no i nput s i gnal U mA: D C c ur r ent at no i nput s i gnal fr Rr6 8 . 2k (2w) o6
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4 . O T H ER S : @ : Adj us ti ng poi nt. The m ar k found on s om e c om ponent pafts i ndi c ates the i m A portance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to us e par ts of i denti c al des i gnati on. SWITCH S: E SI : ST AR T / R EPEAT ON - OF F 32 : C U T ( ST OP) ON - OFF 53 : MICRCXSTART/REPEAT) - OFF ON 54: MICRO(STOP) ON - OFF

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55 : SPEED SELECTOR 331/3rp 45rpm 58 : LINE VOLTAGE 551E9198'UG.24OV The underlined positi6nindicates switcfr the This is the basicschematic diagram, the actualcircuit may vary but dueto improvements design. in

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8. P.C. BOARD CONNECTION DIAGRAM

CUT(ST

MOTOR Ass'yPXB{10 SUBPANELAss'yPXB-I03

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XWM33 Ass'Y CONTROL

S'IIVITCH Ass'yXWX-01 3

START REPEAT

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8.1 PARTSLISTOF P,C.BOARD ASSEMBLY
NO?ES: . When ordering resistors, first conuert reaiatonce ualues into code form as shobn in the following exomples. Ex. 1 When there ore 2 effectiue digits (onf digit aport from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47h ohm (tolerance is shown by J = Sy", and K = I0T").

560'l4 7h e 0.5r) .lo

5 6 xt O ' 4 7 xI O l

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56L........ 173.........

Etc. 2 When there orc 3 effectiue d.igits (such as in high precision metal film resis. 5.62hf, 562 x 10' 5 6 2 1 . .... . . . . R N ' z sE 6 E n . R The A marh found on some component ports indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, uhen replacing, be surc to use parts of id en t ical d esig na t io n.

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CAPACITORS PsrtNo. ccDcH 330J50 ccDcH s60.J 50 CKDYF 103250 cKDYF4032s0 CKDYA K 50 68't cszA R47K35 coMA 184J 50 coMA 104K50 coMA t 04J50 cEA 010P s0 cszA 100K 16 cEA 1ooP 35 CEA471M 50L c E A1 0 1 P 5 3 cEA 100M250L
Symbol & D.sciaption

SEMICONDUCTORS
P.rt No.

Symbol & Derc.aption

cl c3, c5-c7, cr5. c24 c10 cl 'l c12 c13 c14 c16 cl7 cl8, C20 c2l c22, C23 c25

POr 003 PA2004 PA2005 2SC945-P {2SC945-O) 2SO234 2SC12795 SIRBA,I O

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OTHERS
Part No. Symbol & Dscliption Crystal Neon lamp Neon lamp base PM3x5 PSA3x8 Fuse holder

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PSS{O3 A pELosg PNW482

Note: When orde ng resistors, conuert the RESISTORS P.n No,
RD/.PSNtrO J RD%PS 2R2J R S l P6 8 1 J RS2P1O2J RS2P822J PCP{12 PCP-031 resistance ualue into code form, ond then rewrite the part no. os before. Symbol & Ocacription R 1 - R 9 ,R 1 5 R10 R11 R12 R16

A KKR-ool l\ PEK{23 A PEKo33

(XWX-013) s1'vtTcH ASSEMBLY
Part No. PSG15

Symbol & D.sc.iption Push switch PSA3x5

VR2

POSITIONAL DETECTOR ASSEMBLY
Symbol & Oescription PHE.3O3FA RO%PS 241J
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