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PIONEER LASERDISC PLAYERS

PIONEER CLD-V2400 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games. However, it is not recommended due to slower performance than other models.

Pioneer CLD-V2400 - Users Manual (144 pages)
Pioneer CLD-V2400 - Specifications (4 pages)


PIONEER CLD-V2600 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games. However, it is not recommended due to slower performance than other models.

Pioneer CLD-V2600 - Users Manual (144 pages)
Pioneer CLD-V2600 - Specifications (4 pages)


PIONEER CLD-V2800 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games, but performance is slightly slower than other models.

Pioneer CLD-V2800 - Users Manual (89 pages)
Pioneer CLD-V2800 - Specifications (4 pages)


PIONEER CLD-V5000 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games, but performance is slightly slower than other models.

Pioneer CLD-V5000 - Programmers Reference Guide (92 pages)


PIONEER LD-1100 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was used in Cliff Hanger and Goal To Go. The LD-1100 can only communicate with the games via the IR Interface. For info on how to modify your game to use the IR-LED, check Rob DiNapoli's Laserdisc Conversion. For info on the Pioneer LD-1100 Command Set, check the LD-1100 Command Set page.

Pioneer LD-1100 - Operating Instructions (19 pages)
Pioneer LD-1100 - Service Manual Supplement No. 1 (54 pages)


PIONEER LD-V1000 - (dimensions: 20" x 15"  Weight: 26 lbs.  Color: black) This is a NTSC laserdisc player that can be used in many games, such as Astron Belt (with proper hardware), Badlands (with different EPROM), Casino Strip, Cobra Command (with proper hardware), Dragon's Lair, Esh's Aurunmilla, Galaxy Ranger (with proper hardware), Interstellar, Space Ace, Super Don Quixote, Thayer's Quest.

Instructions for Cleaning the Optics of the Pioneer LD-V1000 (.doc) 1 page (19K)
Instructions for Changing the Laser Tube of the Pioneer LD-V1000
(.pdf) 3 pages (104K)

Pioneer LD-V1000 - Operating Instructions (7 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000
- Interface Guide (24 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Service Manual (81 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Schematics (27 pages)


PIONEER LD-V1001 - (dimensions: 20" x 15"  Weight: 26 lbs.  Color: black) This is a NTSC laserdisc player that can be used in many games, such as Astron Belt (with proper hardware), Badlands (with proper EPROM), Casino Strip, Cobra Command (with proper hardware), Dragon's Lair, Esh's Aurunmilla, Galaxy Ranger (with proper hardware), Interstellar, Space Ace, Super Don Quixote, Thayer's Quest.  NOTE:  The LD-V1001 is identical to the LD-V1000 except that it uses 100V power (Japanese standard) rather than 120V (American standard), so you should run it off of a step-down isolation transformer in American games to avoid damage to your game's power supply and/or damage to the laserdisc player.  (LD-V1000 is pictured.  The only external difference is the model number printed on the face plate.)

Instructions for Cleaning the Optics of the Pioneer LD-V1000 (.doc) 1 page (19K)
Instructions for Changing the Laser Tube of the Pioneer LD-V1000
(.pdf) 3 pages (104K)
(More LD-V1000 documents are above.)


PIONEER LD-V4000 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Sorry, no manual available.

PIONEER LD-V4100P - This is a PAL laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in Euro / Atari Dragon's Lair and the Euro / Atari Space Ace.

Sorry, no manual available.


PIONEER LD-V4200 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Sorry, no manual available.


PIONEER LD-V4300D - This is a combination PAL / NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Pioneer LD-V4300D - Service Manual (98 pages)
Pioneer LD-V4300D - Specifications (6 pages)


PIONEER LD-V4400 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Pioneer LD-V4400 - Level I & III User's Manual (138 pages)


PIONEER LD-V6000A - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Sorry, no manual available.


PIONEER LD-V6010A - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Sorry, no manual available.


PIONEER LD-V6200A - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and may give slight speed or video enhancements.

Sorry, no manual available.


PIONEER LD-V8000 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was not used in any laserdisc games from the factory. Using the LaserAce or LaserCon conversion card, this player can be used in many other laserdisc games and will give slight speed or video enhancements.

Pioneer LD-V8000 - Level I & III User's Manual (157 pages)
Pioneer LD-V8000 - Level II User's Manual (150 pages)
Pioneer LD-V8000 - Specifications (4 pages)
Pioneer LD-V8000 - Product Information Bulletin (3 pages)


PIONEER PR-7820 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was used in Dragon's Lair, Space Ace and Thayer's Quest.

Pioneer PR-7820 - General Adjustment Manual (20 pages)
Pioneer PR-7820 - Programming Reference Guide (30 pages)
Pioneer PR-7820 - Programming Users Guide (13 pages)
Pioneer PR-7820 - DVA System Manual (68 pages)


PIONEER PR-8210 - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was used in Cliff Hanger, Cobra Command (with proper hardware), Goal to Go, M.A.C.H. 3, Quarter Horse, and Us vs. Them.  For info on the Pioneer PR-8210 Command Set, check the 8210 Command Set page. For more information on how the PR-8210 communicates with the games, check out Jeff Kinder's PR-8210 / PR-8210A doc.

Pioneer PR-8210 - Operating Instructions (26 pages)
Pioneer PR-8210
- Service Manual Supplement (6 pages)


PIONEER PR-8210A - This is a NTSC laserdisc player that was used in Cliff Hanger, Goal To Go, and Star Rider. For Cliff Hanger and Goal To Go, the PR-8210A can only communicate with the game via the IR Interface. For info on how to modify your game to use the IR-LED, check Rob DiNapoli's Laserdisc Conversion. For more information on the differences between the PR-8210 and the PR-8210A, and how they communicate with the games, check out Jeff Kinder's PR-8210 / PR-8210A doc. Need a PR-8210A for Star Rider? Now you can build your own!

Pioneer PR-8210A - Service Manual (118 pages)

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