There are three possible causes.
- If the audio input level is too high or too low, the BPM value may not be correctly measured. Adjust the [TRIM] knob so that the channel level indicator lights up to around [0 dB] at the input sound's peak level.
- Depending on the track, the BPM value may not be correctly measured. In this case, use the [TAP] button to input the BPM value manually.
- If this unit is LINK-connected to a Pioneer DJ player supporting PRO DJ LINK, check the following items as well.
3-a. If the PLAYER No. of the CH you are playing and the LINK-connected DJ player is the same, the BPM value might be obtained via the LINK from the DJ player. Try the followings: 1) Change the PLAYER No. to the CH connecting to the audio cable; 2) Disconnect the DJ player's link cable (or turn its power off), or use the [TAP] button to input the BPM value manually.
3-b. Is the BPM value displayed on the DJ player's display unit? If the BPM value is not measured on the DJ player, the BPM value cannot be displayed on this DJM. In this case, use the [TAP] button to input the BPM value manually.