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CDJ-3000 BPM change goes 99.8, 99.9, 99.0, 100.0, 100.1 ?!

I just updated my CDJ-3000s to the latest firmware (1.20), and started seeing this pretty bad BPM bug: as you go up and down with the tempo slider, it goes from 99.8, 99.9, 99.0, 100.0, 100.1 ?!

Same anytime you approach a whole unit: 116.8, 116.9, 116.0, 117.0, 117.1 ?!

Please tell me how to solve this, or how to downgrade to 1.11.

Here's a video of the issue: https://youtu.be/M4sS_Q7RQ_Q

Florian Bienefelt Con risposta

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Created a ticket for this with our engineers, thanks for your patience.

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@Florian.

I can confirm this behavior after updating to 1.20. Did you opened a ticket for that?

Frank Richter 0 voti
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I was wondering if someone have opened a ticket for this issue. This issue is not effecting the playback. It's only visual but confusing nonetheless.   

Pavel G 0 voti
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I have to noticed this I thought I was going mad, say for example you are at 125.0 you can’t tell if your at the start of the current bpm or the end of it, Zeros at start and the end ?????

Peterlazarenko 0 voti
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I wonder if PioneerDJ is doing software QA at all.

Markus Marquardt 0 voti
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Es bastante confuso , ya que la información en la pantalla debe ser correcta y sin fallos. Esperemos que solución da Pioneer Dj.

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Multiple people on the CDJ 3000 group on Facebook are reporting the same issue.

Yeats Music 0 voti
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Yes, we're aware and are treating this issue as an urgent fix. Thanks for your patience.

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So the issue is only with the rounding in the display; the pitch value itself is still correct. You can either continue to use 1.20 as-is, and a fix will be available soon, or you can roll back to 1.11 here.

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Firmware 1.21 is out and fixed it for me.
Thanks.

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Sorry, hadn't updated the topic to note that 1.21 is now available with the fix. :D

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