SAHT833VP

User Manual: SAHT833VP

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nAMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS output power, 10 % total harmonic distortion
1 kHz FL/FR 65 W per channel 4
1 kHz Center 240 W per channel 4
1 kHz SL/SR 65 W per channel 4
100 Hz Subwoofer 250 W per channel 4
Total RMS Dolby Digital mode
power
750 W
FTC output power, 1 % total harmonic distortion
120 Hz - 20 kHz FL/FR 42 W per channel 4
120 Hz - 20 kHz Center 128 W per channel 4
120 Hz - 20 kHz SL/SR 42 W per channel 4
45 Hz - 120 kHz Subwoofer 144 W per channel 4
Total FTC power in Dolby Digital
mode (Band 1 % THD)
440 W
Input sensitivity
A
UX 250 mV
Input impedance 20 k
nDISC SECTION
Discs played [8 cm (3”) or 12 cm (5”)]
©2005 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd.. All
rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
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Colour
(S)... Silver Type
1. DVD-RAM (DVD-VR formatted discs, JPEG formatted discs)
2. DVD-Audio
3. DVD-Video
4. DVD-R, DVD-RW (DVD-Video compatible) +R, +RW (Video
compatible)
5. CD-Audio (CD-DA)
6. Video CD
7. SVCD (Conforming to IEC62107)
8. CD-R/CD-RW (CD-DA, Video-CD, SVCD, MP3, WMA, JPEG
formatted discs)
9. MP3/WMA
·
Maximum number of tracks and groups recognizable:
4000 tracks and 400 groups
·
Compatible compression rate:
MP3: between 32 kbps and 320 kbps
WMA: between 48 kbps and 320 kbps
10. JPEG
·
Exif Ver 2.1 JPEG Baseline files
·
Maximum number of pictures and groups recognizable:
4000 pictures and 400 groups
·
Picture resolution: between 320x240 and 6144x4096 pixels
(sub sampling is 4:2:2 or 4:2:0)
11. HighMATTM Level 2 (Audio and Image)
DVD/VHS Home Theater Sound System
Specifications
ORDER NO. MD0503087C1
A6
Video
Signal system NTSC
Output level Composite video: 1 Vp-p (75)
S-video: 1 Vp-p (Y), 0.286 Vp-p (C) (75)
Component video: 1 Vp-p (Y) (75)
0.7 Vp-p (PB/CB,P
R/CR)(75)
A
udio
Sampling frequency
CD 44.1 kHz
MP3 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
DVD VIDEO 48 kHz, 96 kHz
DVD-Audio 192 kHz
Decoding 16/20/24 bit linear
Pick up
Beam Source Semiconductor Laser
Wavelength
CD/VCD 785 nm
DVD 662 nm
Number of channels 5.1ch(FL,FR,SL,SR,C,SW)
Frequency response 20 Hz - 20 kHz (+1, -2 dB)
nVHS SECTION
Video recording system 2 rotary heads, helical scanning
system
Video heads 4 heads
A
udio heads 2 heads
Tape speed SP: 33.35 mm/s, EP: 11.12 mm/s
Tape format VHS tape
Recording/playback time SP: 120 min. with NV-T120
EP: 360 min. with NV-T120
FF/REW time Approx. 54 s. with NV-T120
(FF/REW)
Approx. 36 s. with NV-T120 (JET
REW)
VIDEO
Television system EIA: Standard (525 lines, 60
fields), NTSC color signal
Modulation system Luminance: FM azimuth recording
Color signal: converted subcarrier phase shift recording
Input level VIDEO IN: 1 Vp-p, 75
Output level VIDEO OUT: 1 Vp-p, 75
A
ntenna receive input VHF 2-13 CH, 75
UHF 14-69 CH, 75
CATV 5A and A-5-EEE CH, 75
A
UDIO
Input level AUDIO IN (PHONO): -10 dBV,
47 k
Output level AUDIO OUT (PHONO): -8 dBV,
1k
A
udio track 1 track (normal-mono only),
2 channels (Hi-Fi sound stereo)
Video horizontal resolution Color: more than 200 lines
Signal-to-Noise ratio Video: more than 40 dB/SP
Audio: more than 60 dB/Hi-Fi
A
udio frequency response 20 Hz-20 kHz/Hi-Fi
Wow and flutter 0.005 %
nFM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range 87.9 - 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step)
87.5 - 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step)
Sensitivity 2.5µV (IHF)
S/N 26 dB 2.2 µV
A
ntenna terminals 75 (unbalanced)
Preset station 15
nAM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range 520 -1710 kHz (10 kHz step)
A
M Sensitivity S/N 20 dB at 1000
kHz
560 µV/m
Preset station 15
nGENERAL
RF converter Not provided
Power supply AC 120 V, 60Hz
Power consumption
Main unit 38 W
A
ctive subwoofer (SB-WA833) 340 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) 430 mm x 105 mm x 354 mm
(16-15/16” x 4-1/8” x 13-15/16”)
Mass 4.5 kg (9.92 lbs)
Power consumption in standby mode (when Demo function is off)
BRIGHT mode Approx. 3.7 W (main unit) + 0 W
(subwoofer)
DIM mode Approx. 3.4 W (main unit) + 0 W
(subwoofer)
OFF mode Approx. 1.9 W (main unit) + 0 W
(subwoofer)
nSYSTEM
SC-HT833V (P) Main unit: SA-HT833V (P)
Satellie speaker: SB-HT830 (P)
Active subwoofer: SB-WA833 (PP)
nSPEAKER
SB-HT830 (P) Front and surround speakers:
SB-FS730 (P) x 2,
SB-FS731 (P) x 2
Center speaker: SB-PC730 (P) x 1
Notes:
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mass and dimensions are aproximate.
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
analyzer.
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1 Powering Up of the Main Unit 5
2 Before Repair and Adjustment 6
3 Protection Circuitry 6
4 Safety Precautions 7
4.1. General Guidelines 7
5 Handling the Lead-free Solder 8
5.1. About lead free solder (PbF) 8
6 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices 9
7 Accessories 10
8 Precaution of Laser Diode 11
8.1. Cautions to be taken during replacement of optical pickup
11
9 Optical Pickup Self-Diagnosis and Replacement Procedure
(DVD Section) 13
9.1. Self-diagnosis 13
10 Self-Diagnosis Function and Service Mode 14
10.1. Self-Diagnosis Function (VTR Section) 14
10.2. Self-Diagnosis Function (DVD Section) 18
10.3. Mode Table 21
10.4. Lock Function 23
10.5. Cautions To Be Taken During Servicing 23
11 CHECKING POINTS FOR SYS COM TIMER MY-COM (IC6001)
(VIDEO) 24
11.1. Points to check when replacing 24
11.2. Initial setting when replacing My-com. 24
11.3. Initial figure (#) setting procedure 24
12 Adjustment Procedure (DVD Section) 26
12.1. Required Tools and Equipment 26
12.2. Necessity of Adjustment 26
12.3. Storing and Handling Test Discs 26
12.4. Optical Adjustment (Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment) 26
13 Operation Procedure 29
14 Disc information 31
15 About HighMAT 33
15.1. What HighMAT? 33
15.2. Why take advantage of HighMAT? 33
15.3. Benefits of HighMAT? 34
16 Assembling and Disassembling 37
16.1. Disassembly flow chart 37
16.2. P.C.B. Positions 38
16.3. Disassembly of Top Panel 39
16.4. Disassembly of Front Panel 39
16.5. Disassembly of VTR Mecha Unit 40
16.6. Disassembly of DVD Mecha Unit 41
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16.7. Disassembly of ASP P.C.B. 41
16.8. Disassembly of Rear Panel 41
16.9. Disassembly of Power P.C.B. 42
16.10. Disassembly of Main P.C.B. 42
16.11. Disassembly of Front Panel A P.C.B. 42
16.12. Disassembly of Front Panel B P.C.B. 43
16.13. Procedure for removing CR16 mechanism (Precaution ) 43
16.14. CR16 mechanism disassembly procedure 43
16.15. CR16 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 53
16.16. Disassembly of traverse mechanism 65
16.17. Removing the Cassette Tape Manually 67
17 Procedure for checking of the major P.C.B. 69
17.1. Checking the DVD Module P.C.B., CD Loading P.C.B. and
Main P.C.B. 69
17.2. Checking ASP P.C.B., Front Panel A P.C.B., Front Panel
B P.C.B. & Power P.C.B. 69
18 Voltage Measurement and Waveform Chart 70
18.1. Voltage Measurement 70
18.2. Waveform Chart 75
19 Illustration of IC , Transistors and Diodes 77
20 Terminal Function of ICs 78
20.1. IC36001 (C2CBJG000576) IC MICROCONTROLLER 78
21 Block Diagram 79
21.1. DVD Module Block 79
21.2. Main Block 82
22 Notes of Schematic Diagram 90
23 Schematic Diagram 91
23.1. Optical Pickup Unit Circuit 91
23.2. DVD Module Circuit 92
23.3. Main Circuit 99
23.4. ASP Circuit 111
23.5. Power Circuit 116
23.6. Front Panel B Circuit 117
23.7. Front Panel A Circuit 119
23.8. CD Loading Circuit 120
23.9. VCR Deck Circuit 121
24 Printed Circuit Board 122
24.1. DVD Module P.C.B. (Side A and Side B) 122
24.2. Main P.C.B. 124
24.3. ASP P.C.B. 126
24.4. Power P.C.B. 128
24.5. Front Panel B P.C.B. 130
24.6. Front Panel A P.C.B. 132
24.7. CD Loading P.C.B. and VCR Deck P.C.B. 134
25 Wiring Connection Diagram 135
26 Parts Location and Replacement Parts List 137
26.1. CD Loading Mechanism 138
26.2. Cassette Mechanism 141
26.3. Cabinet 143
26.4. Electrical Parts List 145
26.5. Packing Materials & Accessories Parts List 157
26.6. Packaging 157
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1 Powering Up of the Main Unit
1. This model has 2 AC inlets, each on Main Set and Active Subwoofer.
2. Power supply on Main Set supplies to VCR, DVD & FM/AM Tuner system. Power supply on Active Subwoofer supplies to sound
system.
Function Output Sound Control
VCR DVD FM AM Speaker Audio Line
Out
Head phone Video
Normal Model
Main Set AC :ON O O O O O O O O O
Active Subwoofer AC :ON
Player Model
Main Set AC :ON O O O O X O X O X
Active Subwoofer AC :OFF
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2 Before Repair and Adjustment
Disconnect AC power, discharge Power Supply Capacitors C1140 , C1250, C1280, C1128, C1121, C1125 & C1126 through a 10
, 1W resistor to ground.
DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT DIRECTLY (with a screwdriver blade, for instance), as this may destroy solid state devices.
After repairs are completed, restore power gradually using a variac, to avoid overcurrent.
Current consumption at AC 120V, 60Hz in NO SIGNAL mode should be ~318 mA.
3 Protection Circuitry
The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions is noticed:
·
No sound is heard when the power is switched ON.
·
Sound stops during a performance.
The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if, for example, the positive and negative speaker connection wires are
shorted, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of this unit are used.
If this occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:
1. Switch OFF the power.
2. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.
3. Switch ON the power once again.
Note :
When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first switched OFF and then ON again.
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4 Safety Precautions
4.1. General Guidelines
1. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
2. After servicing, ensure that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly installed.
3. After servicing, check for leakage current checks to prevent from being exposed to shock hazards.
(This “Safety Precaution” is applied only in U.S.A.)
1. Before servicing, unplug the power cord to prevent an electric shock.
2. When replacing parts, use only manufacturer’s recommended components for safety.
3. Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident.
4. After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, etc.
5. Before returning the serviced equipment to the customer, be sure to make the following insulation resistance test to prevent the
customer from being exposed to a shock hazard.
4.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2. Using an ohmmeter measure the resistance value, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on
the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the
chassis, the reading should be between 1Mand 5.2M.
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be .
Fig. 1
4.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure 1)
1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a 1.5k, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15µF capacitor, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a
good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1.
3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent) may
be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. Should the measurement is out of the limits
specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to
the customer.
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4.1.3. Caution for fuse replacement
5 Handling the Lead-free Solder
5.1. About lead free solder (PbF)
Distinction of PbF P.C.B.:
P.C.B.s (manufactured) using lead free solder will have a PbF stamp on the P.C.B.
Caution:
·
Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder; Typically the melting point is 50 - 70°F (30 - 40°C) higher. Please
use a high temperature soldering iron. In case of soldering iron with temperature control, please set it to 700 ± 20°F (370 ±
10°C).
·
Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100°F/600°C).
·
When soldering or unsoldering, please completely remove all of the solder on the pins or solder area, and be sure to heat the
soldering points with the Pb free solder until it melts enough.
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6 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor “chip” components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electro static discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equiped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equiped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminium
foil, to prevent electrostatic charge build up or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder remover device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)” can
generate electrical charge to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminium foil or
comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing
together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to
damage an ES device).
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Remote control
AC power supply cord
AM loop antenna
FM indoor antenna
Video cable
System cable
RF cable
Speaker Cable
Stickers
7 Accessories
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8 Precaution of Laser Diode
CAUTION :
This unit utilizes a class 1 laser.
Invisible laser radiation is emitted from the optical pickup lens.
Wavelength: 662nm(DVD)/785nm(VCD/CD).
Maximum output radiation power from pickup: 100µW/VDE
When the unit is turned on :
1. Do not look directly into the pick up lens.
2. Do not use optical instruments to look at the pick up lens.
3. Do not adjust the preset variable resistor on the pickup lens.
4. Do not disassemble the optical pick up unit.
5. If the optical pick up is replaced, use the manufacturer’s specified replacement pick up only.
6. Use of control or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
CAUTION!
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
nUse of Caution Labels
8.1. Cautions to be taken during replacement of optical pickup
Optical pickup could be damaged due to the static electricity discharged from human body. Wear proper protection gear against
static electricity during optical pickup and its peripheral repair. (Refer to the section regarding protection against static electricity.)
1. Do not touch laser diode, actuator and their peripherals.
2. Do not check laser diode with a tester and such. (The tester will be destroyed.)
3. For short-circuiting or removing laser diode, the use of an anti-static soldering iron is recommended.
(Recommended model: HAKKO ESD product)
4. Solder the land of the flexible cable in the optical pickup.
Note:
·
If an anti-static soldering iron is not available, short-circuit the terminal surface of the flexible cable and then the land using
a clip or equivalent device.
·
For short-circuit of the above laser diode, remove soldering as instructed in this manual after completing repair.
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9 Optical Pickup Self-Diagnosis and Replacement
Procedure (DVD Section)
9.1. Self-diagnosis
This unit is equipped with the optical pickup self-diagnosis function and the tilt adjustment check function. Follow the procedure
described below during repair in order to perform self-diagnosis and tilt adjustment effectively. Especially when "NO DISC" is
displayed, be sure to apply the self-diagnosis function before replacing with an optical pickup. Replacement of optical pickup
generally requires when the present value of laser drive exceeds 55.
Note:
Start diagnosis within three minutes after turning on the power (as diagnosis fails when the unit becomes warm).
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10 Self-Diagnosis Function and Service Mode
10.1. Self-Diagnosis Function (VTR Section)
10.1.1. Sef-Diagnosis Display
(Overview)
The details of failures detected in circuit or mechanism by the microcomputer will be automatically displayed on the FL display
as the result of self diagnosis.
(Setting)
The details of a failure applicable to an error code are displayed on the minute, ten seconds, one second position of the FIP.
(Display)
FL display example:
(List of Remedy Code)
(List of Error Code)
Display Meaning Automatic
display
Memory
U11 Detection of head clogging-ups O O
U30 Remote controller mode error O X
H01 No initialization of cylinder due to no loading(Cylinder, driving circuit
failure, etc.)
O O
H02 No capstan FG at load position(Capstan, driving circuit failure, etc.) O O
F03 Mechanism locking not because of unloading, cassette up*
Displayed when detected twice consecutively.
O O
F04 Mechanism locking due to unloading* Displayed when detected twice
consecutively.
O O
F05 No S-reel pulse due to unloading(S-reel system, capstan system
failure)
X O
F06 Mechanism locking due to cassette up O O
F07 Recording circuit operation failure during REC operation O O
F08 Recording circuit operation failure not during REC operation O O
F15 No capstan FG when cassette is loaded(Capstan system, S-reel
system failure)
X O
H16 Cylinder lock detected during normal rotation X O
H17 S-reel lock detected during normal running O O
H18 T-reel lock detected during normal running O O
H80 EJECT mode when an error is detected X O
F2* Error during PG automatic adjustment O O
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10.1.2. Service Mode
(Service Mode and Service Data)
Number Details Meaning at Minute Position
(Service Data 1)
Meaning of Second Position
(Service Data 2)
Note
0 Service data VCR mode
(real time)
Processing number
(real time)
Deck mode Treatment during mechanism transition
Control number
1 Service data Starting/End terminal detect information Reception key information Displayed only
when the
reception key
button is ON.
00 : Detection of neither starting or end terminal
01 : Detecting starting terminal
02 : Detecting end terminal
03 : Detecting both starting and end terminals
When the unit key or remote controller
unit is used, the reception code is
displayed.
2 Service data Mechanical position
(real time)
Motor command
(real time)
Because the
mechanical
operation is
available without
a tape, this
mode accepts:
No starting/end
terminal
detection
No reel lock
detection
No judgment of
tape quality and
no position
detection
0L : EJECT position
02 : DOWN positions
03 : R-REW positions
04 : LOAD positions
05 : REV positions
06 : PLAY positions
07 : POFF positions
08 : STOP positions
09 : STOP positions
0- : FFREW positions
0_ : Middle of positions
0*, 2* : CYL off
Cap off
1* : CYL off
Cap on (fwd)
3* : CYL off
Cap ON (rev)
8*, U* : CYL on
Cap off
9* : CYL on
Cap on (fwd)
A* : CYL on
Cap ON (rev)
*0 : Moter off
*1 : Loading
*2 : Un Loading
*3 : Break
(Load + Unload)
3Self diagnosis history
(1st time)
Error code of History 1 Additional information 1 and 2 of History
1
4Self diagnosis history
(2nd time)
Error code of History 2 Additional information 1 and 2 of History
2
5Self diagnosis history
(3rd time)
Error code of History 3 Additional information 1 and 2 of History
3
6 Service data Cylinder ON command Cap motor ON/OFF and forward/reverse
rotation command
Same as the
details
numbered as 5
and 6 of
previous service
mode.
7Manual operation Real time Mechanical position Real time Motor command PLAY button
ON: loading
direction
STOP button
ON: Unloading
direction
Same as the details of Service 2 Same as the details of Service 2
10.1.3. Service Mode Display
(Overview)
A part of the microcomputer internal information is displayed on the FL in order to ease servicing during sales.
(Setting)
Press and hold down the FF and EJECT buttons for at least three seconds to enter the service mode. As this operation is
repeated, service number changes starting at 0 up to 7, and then counter (clock) is displayed.
(Display)
FL display example:
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10.1.4. Self-Diagnosis History Memory Function
(Memory Setting of Self-Diagnosis History)
1. Memorizes the self-diagnosis result and the additional data at the moment when an error is detected.
2. History is numbered up to three. The latest error always appears first, shifting the old ones as two and three.
3. Other data that cannot be fit within three histories are discarded.
4. The same error is not memorized.
(Resetting Self-Diagnosis History)
Press and hold down the FF and EJECT keys at the same time at least 5 seconds to reset the data. (Be sure to apply this
operation after repair.)
(Display of Self-Diagnosis History)
The self-diagnosis history and additional data will be displayed on the FL, using numbers 3 to 5 of the service mode.
FL display example:
By selecting 3, 4 or 5 of the service mode, error code and additional data of history 1, history 2, and history 3 are displayed
respectively.
When no error code is memorized, "-" will appear as error code and additional data.
10.1.5. Self-Diagnosis History Memory
(Overview)
The self-diagnosis history memory function stores up to three errors historically, which of each occurs consecutively, and also
additional data such as deck mode and mechanism position along with error code for the purpose of speedy solution of a
problem.
(Error code and additional data)
Following table shows additional data applicable to error code.
Error code Meaning Additional data
Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4
01 No initialization of cylinder due to no loading
(Cylinder, driving circuit failure, etc.)
VCR mode - Tape
position
None
02 No capstan FG at load position
(Capstan, driving circuit, etc. failure)
VCR mode - Tape
position
FG count
03 Mechanism locking not because of unloading, cassette up VCR mode Standby position Tape
position
LM information
04 Mechanism locking due to unloading VCR mode - Tape
position
LM information
05 No S-reel pulse due to unloading
(S-reel system, capstan system failure)
VCR mode Tape position Tape
position
LM information
06 Mechanism locking due to cassette up VCR mode Standby position Tape
position
LM information
07 Recording circuit operation failure during REC operation VCR mode - Tape
position
None
08 Recording circuit operation failure not during REC operation VCR mode - Tape
position
None
11 Detection of head clogging-ups VCR mode - Tape
position
None
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15 No S-reel pulse when cassette is loaded
(Capstan system, S-reel system failure)
VCR mode S-reel pulse counting value Tape
position
None
16 Cylinder lock detected during normal rotation VCR mode Processing number Tape
position
None
17 S-reel lock detected during normal running VCR mode Processing number Tape
position
FG count
18 T-reel lock detected during normal running VCR mode Processing number Tape
position
FG count
80 EJECT mode when an error is detected VCR mode *1 Tape
position
None
2* Error during PG automatic adjustment VCR mode - Tape
position
None
(Meaning of Additional data, (Data 1), VCR mode)
0 : STOP, 1 : EJECT, 2 : REW 3 : FF, 4 : REV, 5 : CUE, 6 : SLOW 7 : POWER OFF, 8 : PLAY, 9 : STILL, U : REC, A : REC
PAUSE, - : ADUB, N : ADUB PAUSE, L : INSERT, NONE DISPLAYED : INSERT PAUSE
(Meaning of Additional data, (Data 2), Tape position)
Type of tape Criterion of tape position between starting and end terminals
T-90 or above (Thin Hub) Between starting terminal: L and end terminal: 1 with fourteen levels of change
T-60 or below (Thick Hub) Between starting terminal: U and end terminal: 5 with sic levels of change
(Data 2 display)
Thin Hub Ln--Au987654321
Thick Hub U98765
*1 (Additional data, (Data 2)) (EJECT reason)
Data 2 Reason
1Loading completed when no tape is loaded. (spinning)
2S-photo, S-reel, or Cap system failure during down short REW
operation
3Mechanism locking during loading
4L both terminals detected when loading starts
*Additional data 3 and 4
While the self-diagnosis history is displayed, press the STOP button (on the unit or the remote controller unit) to switch
between Additional data 3 and 4.
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(Additional data 3) (Mechanical process transition NO)
(EJECT) (P ON)
10 : PLAYREV passing11 : REV passing12 : REV
passingLOAD
(Capstan stop)13 : LOADDOWN14 : DOWNEJECT15
: EJECT completed
None displayed: Power ON treatment
(P OFF)
70 : PLAYP OFF
(FF) (REW)
U0 : PLAYSTOP FU1 : STOP FFFU2 : FF initialization A0 : PLAYSTOP FA1 : STOP FREWA2 : REW
initialization
(PLAY) (STILL)
20 : Cylinder initialization, phase drawing21 : Audio mute, W
switch
40 : Forward rotation, REC signal off41 : Speed 0, Capstan
Off
(REC) (STILLPLAY)
30 : Cylinder initialization, phase drawing31 : REC signal
output
48 : Tape forwarding
(CUEPLAY) (REV)
4A : End terminal check, tape forwarding4- : PLAY check,
tape forwarding
80 : PLAYP OFF81 : Rewind82 : P OFFREV
(CUE)
49 : Double speed forwarding, remaining computation jump
(Additional data 4) (LM information)
By loading motor driving request
No change in mechanical position: 1 (loading motor OFF)
Some change in mechanical position: 2 (loading motor ON)
10.2. Self-Diagnosis Function (DVD Section)
10.2.1. Self-Diagnosis Display
(Overview)
The details of failures detected in circuit or mechanism by the microcomputer will be automatically displayed on the FL display
as the result of self diagnosis.
(Setting)
1. Power-up the unit.
2. Set to “DVD/CD” mode using [INPUT SELECTOR] button on main or [DVD] button on the remote control (Ensure no disc
is placed in the tray.)
3. Press & hold [STOP] button on main unit follow by [INPUT SELECTOR] for 2s. It enters into self-diagnostic mode.
4. Press [POWER] on main unit to exit this mode.
5. Press [STOP] to display if there is other error codes.
The details of a failure applicable to an error code will be displayed on the FL display.
(Display)
FL display example: [----T--H05]
(List of Error Code)
Display Type of error Description
U11 Focus error
H01 Tray loading error
H02 Spindle servo error Spindle servo, DSC, SP motor, CLV servo error
H03 Traverse motor error
H04 Tracking servo error
H05 SEEK time-out error
H15 Open SW error It is memorized if there is abnormal SW while operating, and is fail-save operation, and an abnormal
content is displayed by the self-diagnostic mode usually.
Abnormal SW is detected in the abnormal detection mode.
H16 Close SW error
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Display Type of error Description
CD F 28 DISC loading error During the horizontal motion toward to PLAY position, if there is no change when it exceeds the fail
safe timer or if counter direction does not enter into state of target, will be keep it memory mode.
Initialization is done when the next mecha mode starts.
Only when backup data is cleared of this error no. when it compels clearly or power supply start-up.
CD F 29 DISC unloading error During the horizontal motion toward opposite direction to PLAY position, if there is no change when it
exceeds the fail safe timer or if counter direction does not enter into state of target, will be keep it
memory mode. Initialization is done when the next mecha mode starts.
Only when backup data is cleared of this error no. when it compels clearly or power supply start-up.
CD F 27 DOWN SW error Memory when bottom switch is not changed even if it exceeds it to time of fail safe timer when going
up and down operates toward bottom position. When mechanism begins to operate next time,
initialization is done.
Only when backup data is cleared clearly of this error No. when it compels clearly or power supply
start-up.
CD F 22 Mechanism is loading
motor/abnormal
Memory at the initialization of mechanism due to abnormality of the loading motor or the mechanism
when entering the state usually cannot. When mechanism begins to operate next time, initialization is
done.
Only when backup data is cleared clearly of this error No. when it compels clearly or power supply
start-up.
F03 Traverse servo error
F04 Tracking servo error
F05 Seek error
F06 Power supply error Power cannot be turned off due to communication error between panel computer and system
computer.
F61 Power supply error Abnormal output or power supply abnormal circuit of Power Amp.
10.2.2. Error Code Display
1. Set to DVD/CD mode (Ensure no disc is loaded)
2. While pressing and holding down the [STOP] on main unit and press [0] on remote control in order to display the latest error
code. (Automatically cancelled after five seconds.)
Note: No error code will show if there is no problem with unit. Refer below for error code display.
(Error Code Display)
Section Code Meaning Note
Disc code F103 Illegal Highlight Position Possibility of illegal disc when highlight is displayed
Decoder related F220 Y level adjustment failure Brightness signal level adjustment cannot be properly
operated
F221 C level adjustment failure Color signal level adjustment cannot be properly
operated
II C error F4FF Compulsory initialization failure (time out)
DSC related F500 DSC error DSC stops due to servo failure. (Startup, focus failure,
etc.)
F501 DSC not ready Communication failure between DSC and system
computer(No communication because DSC does not
move)
F502 DSC time out failure See F500.
F503 DSC communication failure Communication failure (Result failure occurs after
communication command is transmitted.)
F504 Data slice offset adjustment failure Not in use. (FEP error)
F505 DSC Attention Error See F500.
F506 Invalid media Disc is placed upside down; TOC is unreadable or
invalid disc is inserted.
ODC related F600 Control information unattainable due to demodulation
error
Operation stops because navigation data cannot be
obtained due to demodulation system failure.
F601 Unknown sector ID requested Operation stops because access of illegal ID data is
requested.
F602 LEAD-IN unattainable due to demodulation error Unable to read LEAD IN data
F603 KEYDET unattainable due to demodulation error Unable to obtain CSS data
F610 ODC failure No permission of command issue
F611 6626 QCODE don´t read ERROR Unable to obtain seek address at CD system
F612 No CRC OK during a certain time of duration Unable to obtain ID data at DVD system
F630 No response to KEY DET makeshift (Internal use)
F631 CPPM KEY DET unavailable to FILE end terminal CPPM fail system cannot be read due to scratch.
F632 CPPM KEY DET unavailable Revoke or altered.
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Section Code Meaning Note
Microcomputer
error
F700 MBX overflow When replying a message to Disc Manager. (operation
continues)
F701 Message command incomplete A message is issued before replying to Disc Manager.
F702 Message command changed A message is issued before replying to Disc Manager.
F710 AD conversion at AN0 incomplete Conversion cannot be complete within a designated
time during check of AD conversion before Y/C
automatic adjustment.
F711 AD conversion at AN1 incomplete Conversion cannot be complete within a designated
time during check of AD conversion before Y/C
automatic adjustment.
F712 AD conversion at AN0 dispersed Conversion result exceeds standards while a
designated value is set during check of AD conversion
before Y/C automatic adjustment.
F713 AD conversion at AN1 dispersed Conversion result exceeds standards while a
designated value is set during check of AD conversion
before Y/C automatic adjustment.
F720 DA conversion at AN0 unchangeable Conversion result exceeds standards while a
designated value is set during check of AD conversion
before Y/C automatic adjustment.
F721 DA conversion at AN1 unchangeable Conversion result exceeds standards while a
designated value is set during check of AD conversion
before Y/C automatic adjustment.
F880 Unsuitable task number When a message arrives from not existing task (error
stops)
F890 A message is sent during AV task transmission During transmission of a message to AV task (error
stops)
F891 Unable to transmit a message to AV task When a message starts transmission to AV task (error
stops)
F893 FLASH ROM altered Content of FLASH ROM change
F894 EEPROM failure EEPROM Promlem
F895 PERR JMP MI SMUCH Firm device incompatible (non-conformant destination
value)
F896 PERR JMP NON Firm device incompatible (non existing jumper)
F897 PERR NO INIT Initialization incomplete
F8A0 Unsuitable message command When a message starts transmission to AV task (error
stops)
10.2.3. CR16 Mechanism Ageing Mode
To enter into ageing mode :
1. Enter self-diagnostic mode. (Doctor Mode)
2. Press [3] button on remote control. It enters into ageing mode. (See below for ageing process)
Ageing process
1. Tray 1 open.
2. It waits for one second (Note : Do not put any disc into the tray)
3. Tray 1 close.
4. TOC READ (Reading incomplete)
5. Tray 2 open & repeat process 1 to 4. (Process repeat until Tray 5)
6. Tray check.
7. Whole process complete (Counter on FL increase by 1)
Display Example : [00000T3OP] ...TRAY OPEN
[00000T3CL] ...TRAY CLOSE
[00000T3RE] ...TOC READING
[00000T3CH] ...TRAY CHANGING
Note : To exit ageing mode, press [POWER] button. The unit will power down. Do not unplug the power cord until FL display shows
“ BYE “. This is to avoid tray jam problem.
10.2.4. Clearing Of Error Code
1. Enter into self-diagnostic mode
2. Press & hold [STOP] for 5 secords or more.
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10.3. Mode Table
Following modes are available with combinations of the pressed buttons on the player and on the remote control.
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10.4. Lock Function
This function prohibits removal of disc and some disc operations to prevent loss of disc at a shop during sales promotion or
equivalent occasions. While this function is activated, the player displays "LOCKED" if any button is touched.
10.4.1. Setting
While pressing and holding down the "STOP" key on the unit, press the POWER button on the remote controller unit to activate.
(The message, "LOCKED" appears when the function is activated.)
10.4.2. Exiting Lock Function
While the lock function is activated, press the buttons which are used to enter the mode in the same manner. (When the lock
function is deactivated, the message, "UNLOCKED" appears.) (This function cannot be cancelled even when the power is turned
off.)
10.5. Cautions To Be Taken During Servicing
10.5.1. To Exit Ageing Mode
To exit ageing mode, press [POWER] button. The unit will power down. Do not unplug the power cord until FL display
shows “BYE”. This is to avoid tray jam problem.
10.5.2. Recovery Process after Repair of DVD Player
When DVD Module 2 P.C.B and/or FLASH ROM, EEPROM, etc. inside DVD Module 2 P.C.B, apply the recovery operation in order
to optimize the new drive. Use the following disc so that the operation starts automatically.
Recovery disc (product number=RFKZD03R005)
Note:
Previously required initialization after repair of DVD player is no longer necessary. After completing the recovery process, the
user´s setting is replaced with factory setting like user initialization. Therefore, record the user´s setting before repair in order
to restore it after applying the recovery process.
10.5.3. DVD Player Firmware Version Upgrade Process
Firmware of DVD player may upgrade to conform to improvement of its performance and quality including operational range,
playability of non-standardized discs, etc. The version upgrade disc contains the recovery function, and the recovery disc is not
necessary.
Note:
Version upgrade process cannot be complete if the AC power is cut off due to power failure and other occasions during the
process. If this occurs, replace FLASH ROM and restart version upgrade. Version upgrade disc number is informed when
ordered.
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11 CHECKING POINTS FOR SYS COM TIMER MY-COM
(IC6001) (VIDEO)
11.1. Points to check when replacing
When the replacing the Sys Com Timer My-Com (IC6001), surely check the contents of data of a microcomputer before replacing.
When the Program Navi is "ON", take backup before replacing and set the initial value. *It also carries out at the time of replacing
the P.C.B
(The procedure)
1. Before replacing IC6001, please record and keep the channel of already set-up TV broadcast. The backup of the program navi
is also required since IC6001 already stores the program navi data. Please surely take the backup when the navi data is "ON".
*The procedure of checking the program navi data without a cassette.
a. Press both "EJECT" and "FF" buttons in the same time for 3 seconds and start the Service Mode.
b. Push the button of program navi on the remote controller for 5 seconds.
c. The program navi data is shown on the monitor.
2. After replacing IC6001, switch on the power supply of the VIDEO.
3. Short out TL6002 and TL6004 on the Main P.C.B by short jumper.
4. Initialise the Sys Com Timer My-Com as below.
5. After that, short out the TL7501 and TL7502 on the Main P.C.B. by short jumper twice to make the factory setting. (Unless
carrying out the Factory Setting, the indication of the line-in doesn´t appear on the FIP panel).
6. After carrying out the procedure 1. to 5. as above please adjust the PG shifter.
11.2. Initial setting when replacing My-com.
1. Initial setting is an important function in order to guarantee as a product correctly. Unless it inputs the number according to the
model, it cannot operate correctly.
2. Once the initial-setting value set up, even if a microcomputer (IC6001) is reset, it has memorized.
3. Be sure to set the initial-setting value when replacing the Main P.C.B. with a microcomputer (IC6001).
4. The RAM inside of the microcomputer (IC6001) stores the PG self-adjustment. Be sure to do the PG self-adjustment when the
Sys Com Timer My-Com, the P.C.B. with microcomputer, and cylinder unit are replaced.
11.3. Initial figure (#) setting procedure
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Caution:
When using the service mode, please be sure to plug in and plugout once (for resetting) after clearing the service mode and
setting the normal mode.
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12 Adjustment Procedure (DVD Section)
12.1. Required Tools and Equipment
Purpose of Use Tools/Equipment Model/Product Number
Tilt adjustment DVD test disc DVDT-S20
TORX screw driver (T6) Available on sales route. (T6) or RFKZ0185
Others Hanarl VFK1784
Grease RFKXPG641
Drysurf RFKXGUD24
Checking CD test disc PVCD-K06 and any commercially available disc
VCD test disc PVCD-K06 and any commercially available disc
Recovery disc RFKZD03R005
12.2. Necessity of Adjustment
12.2.1. Necessity of Optical Adjustment
·
Before starting optical system adjustment, be sure to wear proper protection gear against static electricity.
·
Optical adjustment (optical pickup tilt adjustment) is required after following parts are replaced:
1. Optical pickup
2. Spindle motor assembly
3. Optical pickup peripherals such as a rail, etc.
Note:
Optical adjustment is not necessary after replacement of other parts inside traverse, however, may require when picture
deterioration is detected. Optical adjustment cannot be applied to the inside of optical pickup. When a traverse unit is replaced,
the adjustment is not necessary.
12.2.2. Necessity of Electrical Adjustment
·
Follow the procedure for adjustment.
12.3. Storing and Handling Test Discs
·
Surface precision is vital for DVD test discs. Be sure to store and handle them carefully.
1. Do not leave the discs uncovered on the work desk or other places after use.
2. Handle the discs carefully to prevent scratches. Put each disc in its case and place it in the standing position. Store the discs
in a cool place and avoid direct sunlight or air conditioner.
3. Accurate adjustment cannot be expected with a disc warped against a flat surface. Obtain a new test disc for optical adjustment.
4. If a warped disc is used, adjustment would result incorrectly, and other discs could not be used.
12.4. Optical Adjustment (Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment)
Measurement point Adjustment point Mode Disc
Tangential adjustment screw
Tilt adjustment screw
T1 (inner track) play
T30 (central periphery) play
T43 (outer track) play
DVDT-S20
Measuring equipment Adjustment value
None (LCD display of the player is used.) Adjust that jitter value becomes minimum.
12.4.1. Optical Adjustment (Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment)
1. While the player is stopped and no disc is inserted, select the DVD function. Press and hold down the button on the player
and the number button, “5” on the remote controller unit.
2. Check that “J_xxx_yyy_zz” is appearing on the display.
For your information:
The values, “yyy” and “zz” are not associated to jitter value.
“yyy” indicates the frequency of error occurrence.
“zz” indicates the focus drive value.
Note:
Jitter value appears on the display.
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3. Play test disc T30 (central periphery).
4. Adjust till the jitter value becomes minimum, using a tangential adjustment screw. (Fig. 12-1)
5. Play test disc T30 (central periphery).
6. Adjust till the jitter value becomes minimum, using a tilt adjustment screw 1. (Fig. 12-1)
7. Play test disc T30 (central periphery).
8. Adjust till the jitter value becomes minimum, using a tilt adjustment screw 2.(Fig. 12-1)
9. Adjust till the jitter value becomes, using the tilt adjustment screws 1 and 2 alternatively.
10. Finally please reproduce T01 (inner priphery) and T43 (outer periphery) and check the jitter value. (Please readjust, when the
jitter value is extremely different.)
Fig. 12-1
12.4.2. Tips
1. Apply the tangential adjustment first and then the tilt adjustment.
2. Repeat the adjustment a couple of times to find the optimum point.
3. Complete with the tilt adjustment.
12.4.3. Check After Adjustment
Replay test discs or other commercial discs in order to confirm that no picture deterioration or sound skipping is detected in the
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inner, middle, and outer tracks. After this, fasten each adjustment screw securely using a screw lock.
12.4.4. Procedure for Screw Lock
1. After adjustment, remove the top cover, clamper base, disc tray and then traverse unit.
2. Place the traverse unit upside down, and fasten the adjustment screws with a screw lock. (Fig. 12.2)
3. After fastening the screws, assemble in order of the traverse unit, disc tray, clamper base, and then top cover.
Fig. 12-2
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15 About HighMAT
15.1. What’s HighMAT?
Consumers worldwide are using PCs to create their own collections of music, photos and even video by burning them onto CDs.
But how these collections can be experienced across different devices can be confusing to navigate, time consuming to access for
a DVD player, and be incomplete in terms of music information available to the customer.
HighMAT offers a solution to this growing consumer problem. HighMAT dramatically improves the digital media experience on
consumer electronic devices by delivering a simple, standardized approach that allows consumers who have created personal
collections of digital music, photography and video on their PC to:
·
Create a HighMAT CD or DVD which can be easily played back on consumer electronics devices such as CD and DVD players,
and car stereos.
·
Move digital media files (using recordable media such as CD-R and CD-RW) between the PC and various playback devices
such as CD and DVD players.
A new standard for creating personal media on consumer electronic devices, HighMAT enable easier and more seamless
interoperability between Windows PCs and devices designed for your living room, or the car.
15.2. Why take advantage of HighMAT?
A Problem Defined:Today, when consumers create their own digital audio, video or photo collections on CD-R or other physical
formats, there are numerous, inconsistent ways that devices read the data. For the consumer, the playback experience can be
confusing:
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A Solution Created: HighMAT delivers a better digital media access experience by creating a standard approach for PCs to
structure digital media on various physical formats and for playback devices to read the data.
15.3. Benefits of HighMAT?
Conventional HighMAT
Even though DVD player is CD-R/RW compatible, the inconsistent ways
that various DVD players can read the music or photos files often leads
to a confusing and inconsistant playback experince.
HighMAT compatible products play content back with consistent
interface. This includes products which are JPEG compatible products
without HighMAT support.
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HighMAT is now available for CD Burning and in Leading DVD PlayersHighMAT is a new technology that is now available in leading
software and consumer electronic devices to dramatically improve the digital media experience when you create homemade
CDsHighMAT delivers a simple, standardized way for PC software and consumer electronics devices to talk to each other and work
better together.
When you create your homemade CDs with software that supports HighMAT CD burning, and then play them back on a DVD
player that supports HighMAT, you get better, easier navigation. You get folders you can access with a single click of your DVD
player´s remote control. You can view important information about your music like full song names, artist titles, album names and
genre. And you can get faster startup on your home entertainment device.
To enjoy the benefits of HighMAT, all you need is software that supports HighMAT for CD burning of music or photos, as well as
a home entertainment device like a DVD player that supports HighMAT for playback. Always look for the HighMAT logo on your
software or home entertainment device to ensure it supports the HighMAT experience.
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16 Assembling and Disassembling
“ATTENTION SERVICER”
Some chassis components may be have sharp edges. Be careful when disassembling and servicing.
1. This section describes procedures for checking the operation of the major printed circuit boards and replacing the main
components.
2. For reassembly after operation checks or replacement, reverse the respective procedures.
Special reassembly procedures are described only when required.
3. Select items from the following index when checks or replacement are required.
·
Disassembly of Top Panel
·
Disassembly of Front Panel
·
Disassembly of VTR Mecha Unit
·
Disassembly of DVD Mecha Unit
·
Disassembly of ASP P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Rear Panel
·
Disassembly of Power P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Front Panel A P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Front Panel B P.C.B.
Warning:
This product uses a laser diode. Refer to “Precaution of Laser Diode”.
16.1. Disassembly flow chart
The following chart is the procedure for disassembling the casing and inside parts for internal inspection when carrying out the
servicing.
To assemble the unit, reverse the steps shown in the chart below.
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16.2. P.C.B. Positions
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16.3. Disassembly of Top Panel
Step 1: Remove 4 screws.
Step 2: Remove the Top Panel as arrow shown below.
16.4. Disassembly of Front Panel
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
Step 1: Release all the catches.
Step 2: Detach the connector (P36001, P36002).
Caution of disassembly for Front Panel
Press upward the cassette rack to place the Front Panel.
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16.5. Disassembly of VTR Mecha
Unit
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.4
Step 1 to 4: Remove 6 screws.
Step 5: Detach FFC (P4002, P2501).
Step 6: Disconnect the connector (P1531).
Step 7: Lift up the VTR Mecha Unit as arrow shown below.
Step 8: Detach the connector (P5001, P4001, P2571) carefully
when lift up the VTR Mecha Unit.
Caution of assembly the VTR Mecha Unit
1. Join the marking ( )of the position switch tothe position
of “EJECT” (the center part of the terminal). (Figure 2)
2. Assembly the boss at the position switch to the rectangular
hole at the main gear. (Figure 1)
3. Slowly join back the VTR Mecha Unit to fit the position
setting boss (3 locations) on the Main unit.
4. Make sure the FFC insert to the connector (P5001).
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16.6. Disassembly of DVD Mecha
Unit
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.4
Step 1: Remove 1 screw and DVD Bracket.
Step 2: Remove 2 screws.
Step 3: Detach FFC (P36004, P36005).
16.7. Disassembly of ASP P.C.B.
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
Step 1: Detach FFC (P2101, P2102).
Step 2: Remove 1 screw.
Step 3: Press the PCB Spacer as arrow shown and lift up the
ASP P.C.B.
16.8. Disassembly of Rear Panel
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
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Step 1: Remove 1 screw.
Step 2: Remove 6 screws.
Step 3: Remove the rear panel as arrow shown below.
16.9. Disassembly of Power P.C.B.
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 3) of item 16.8
Step 1: Remove 2 screws.
Step 2: Detach the POWER P.C.B. while removing tab on
board holder.
Step 3: Detach connector (P1102).
16.10. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.4
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 8) of item 16.5
·
Follow the (Step 3) of item 16.6
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 3) of item 16.7
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 3) of item 16.8
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 3) of item 16.9
Step 1: Remove 5 screws.
16.11. Disassembly of Front Panel A
P.C.B.
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.4
Step 1: Remove 5 screws.
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Step 2: Release the catches.
1. Turn off by pressing power SW in the body.
2. Unplug AC power cord after the indication of [BYE], then
disassemble the body.
16.14.1. Gear for servicing information
·
This unit has a gear which used for chacking items
(open/close of disc tray, up/down operation of traverse unit
by manually) when servicing. (For gear information, that is
described on the items for disassembly procedures.)
·
For preparation of gear (for servicing), perform the
procedures as follows.
·
In case of re-servicing the same set, the “ gear for servicing”
may be took off because it had been used. So, the “gear for
servicing” must be stored.
1. Remove the gear attached to top cover of CD loading
mechanism.
2. Insert the hexagonal wrench (2.5mm) into the gear.
16.12. Disassembly of Front Panel B
P.C.B.
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.3
·
Follow the (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 16.4
Step 1: Release the catches and remove the Volume Knob.
Step 2: Remove 6 screws.
3. Disassemble the body, and take out CD loading
mechanism.
4. Perform disassembly according to the following procedure
for disassembly.
16.14.2. Replacement of traverse deck
·
Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
·
Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
16.13. Procedure for removing CR16 mechanism (Precaution)
16.14. CR16 mechanism disassembly procedure
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16.14.3. Replacement of optical pickup unit
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.14.2.
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16.14.4. Disassembly of Traverse Motor
(Unit) and Spindle Motor (Unit)
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.14.2.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 13) of Item 16.14.3.
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16.14.5. Replacement for the disc tray
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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16.14.6. Replacement for the traverse deck
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 10) of Item 16.14.5.
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16.14.7. Disassembly for loading unit
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 10) of Item 16.14.5.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 4) of Item 16.14.6.
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16.15. CR16 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY
PROCEDURE
The following specified greases and/or oil must be applied
when some specific parts are changed.
1. Floil grease (VFK1298) : The floil grease must be
applied to tray, tray (L) and tray (R).
2. Hanarl oil (VFK1700) : The hanarl oil must be applied to
any parts with grease other than the said parts.
·
Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 10) of Item 16.14.5.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 4) of Item 16.14.6.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 22) of Item 16.14.7.
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16.16. Disassembly of traverse mechanism
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.3.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 16.4.
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Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 16.6.
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16.17. Removing the Cassette Tape
Manually
When electrical system failure occurs and a loaded cassette
tape is stuck in the unit, follow the instruction below to remove
it.
16.17.1. Removal by Compulsory Loading
(Available when service mode is on even when the power
cannot be turned off.)
1. Press and hold down the "FF" and "EJECT" buttons at
least three seconds then adjust the service number until
appears as "7".
2. Press the "STOP" button to unload.
(Carefully check for tape slack)
16.17.2. Removal by Use of Battery to
Rotate Loading Motor
1. Unplug the power outlet, and remove the top panel and the
front panel.
2. Use a mechanism drive jig (or three AA-size batteries
connected in series) in order to supply 4.5V and to rotate
the loading motor.
3. Suspend the unloading operation right before completion.
Rotate the S-reel board with a negative screwdriver (small
size) to remove tape slack.
4. Restart the unloading operation to remove the cassette
tape.
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16.17.3. Removal of Mecha Unit then take
out Cassette Tape
1. Unplug the power outlet and remove the top panel and the
front panel.
2. Remove the VTR mechanism unit.
3. Remove the loading motor (remove a screw).
4. Rotate the main cam gear counterclockwise, and suspend
the unloading operation right before completion.
5. Rotate the capstan rotor clockwise in order to remove tape
slack. Rotate the main cam gear counterclockwise again
and remove the cassette tape.
6. Reassemble the loading motor and the mechanical unit to
the Main P.C.B. and securely fasten with the screws.
(Refer to "Precaution to Be Taken During Installation of
Traverse Deck Unit".)
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17 Procedure for checking of the major P.C.B.
17.1. Checking the DVD Module P.C.B., CD Loading P.C.B. and Main P.C.B.
Preparation
Follow items 16.1 to 16.12 of Disassembly Procedure (Refer to below diagram for service position 1).
17.2. Checking ASP P.C.B., Front Panel A P.C.B., Front Panel B P.C.B. &
Power P.C.B.
Preparation
Follow items 16.1 to 16.12 of Disassembly Procedure (Refer to below diagram for service position 2).
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Note:
·
Indicated voltage values are the standard values for the
unit measured by the DC electronic circuit tester (high-
impedance) with the chassis taken as standard.
Therefore, there may exist some errors in the voltage
values, depending on the internal impedance of the DC
circuit tester.
·
Circuit voltage and waveform described herein shall be
regarded as reference information when probing defect
point because it may differ from actual measuring value
due to difference of Measuring instrument and its
measuring condition and product itself.
18 Voltage Measurement and Waveform Chart
18.1. Voltage Measurement
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DVD PLAY 7.5 0 0 0 7.5 3.1 0 0 3.1
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DVD PLAY 7.5 0 0 0 7.5 7.5 3.1 0 3.1
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4
DVD PLAY 1.2 2.4 5 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4
DVD PLAY 0 1.2 0.1 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 12.1 2.8 -0.1 2.8 0 0 16.5 0 0 1.1 3.8 0 0.4 5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5 0.8
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
DVD PLAY 12.1 0.8 0.8 0 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
DVD PLAY 16.4 4.8 4.9 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 5.1 5.1 -1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.8
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 2.6 2.8 1.9 1.9 1.9 2.1 1.8 0 1.4 2.8 2 2.8 2.1 2.8 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 2.8 5 2.3 0.6 0 3 0.6 0 1.6 2.2 0.2 2.3 2 3.1 2.4 2.4 3 2.2 1.5 2.1
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 2.8 2 2.1 0 3.2 3.2 5 4.9 3.8 5 2.2 5 2.6 0 2 0 2.2 2 5 5
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
DVD PLAY 0 2.4 2.2 2.5 2.2 2.5 2.2 2.5 2 2.7 0.7 4.9 4 3.8 2.8 2.2 2.8 4.9 0 2.3
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
DVD PLAY 0.7 0 0.3 4.9 2.2 2.2 2.2 0 2.2 2.2 2.2 5 1.9 2.5 2.5 2.5 0 2.3 0 2.6
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY 5 1.4 5 1.3 0 1.4
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 2.4 0 2.4 0 2.4 2.5 2.1 0.7 0 0 0 2.1 2.5 0 0 2.6 0.8 2.5 2.5 2.1
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 2.1 2.1 0 2.1 5.1 2.1 0 4.3 1.8 1.7 0 2.5 2.5 0.8 2.7 0.1 1.7 0 0.1 5.1
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 0 4.1 0 0 0 3.5 2.7 2.2 0 3 5.1 2.7 6 2.4 0 - 6 12.2 6 0.7
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64
DVD PLAY 2.5 2.5 2.5 0.7
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 0 0 5.1 5.1 0 0 0.7 0.7 3.1 - 0 5.1 0 5 3.2 0 5 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 5.1 0 4.3 2 0 0 5 0.1 0 5 5 5 0 5 1.5 1.4 5 2.2 2.3 0
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 5 0 1.4 2.3 0 1 1.1 0 5 3 1.3 1.3 0 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
DVD PLAY 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0.8 4.7 4.1 3.8 2.5 0 4.8 0 5 5 0.1 5.1
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 2.5 0 2.1 2.5 2.5 2.5 0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 51 5.1 0.2
CD LOADING PCB
IC11
IC6001
IC6001
IC21
IC2501
IC2501
IC2502
MAIN PCB
IC1511
IC1512
IC2601
IC3001
IC3701
IC4501
IC6001
IC6001
IC6001
IC3001
IC3001
IC3001
IC3001
IC4501
IC4501
IC4501
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Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 5 5
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY 5.6 0 4.8 1.3 0 5
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
DVD PLAY 4.8 10.8 0 9 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
DVD PLAY 4.8 10.8 0 7.7 1.3
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
DVD PLAY 5 5 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 5 2.4 0 0 1.9 1.2 0 0 1.9 3.3 3.3 1.2 4.8 2.4 0 2.4 2.4 2.4 0 2.4
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
DVD PLAY 2.4 5 1.2 1.2 5 1.2 1.2 0.2 1.4 1.4 0 2.4
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 5.1 5.1 5 1.4 0 0 5 2.4 0 2.4 5.1 5.1 0 5 5 5.1 5.1 0 5 5
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 0 5 5 5 5.1 5 0 5.1 5.1 5.1 4.8 4.8 4.9 0 0.7 4.7 4.7 3.2 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 0 0 5 0 0 5.1 5.1 5 4.9 5.1 4.8 0 0 0000000
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
DVD PLAY 0 5 0 0 0 5 5 4.9 0 0 4.9 4.8 0 4.9 5 0 0 5.1 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
DVD PLAY 0.1 5.1 0 0 5 0 0 3.5 4.2 5 5.1 0 0.4 0 0 0 5.1 5.1 5 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY -23.7 -24 0 -23.8 5 3.5 4.2 2.8 0 0 0 2.1 2.2 0 -26.9 -23.7 -26.8 -23.8 -23.8 -22.5
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY - - - -26 -25.8 -26.1 -27.2 -27.2 -24.1 -23.8 - 0 - -------
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY - - -24 - -24.1 - - - - - -26.8 5 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8 -26.8
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64
DVD PLAY -23.8 -23.8 -23.8 -23.6
FRONT PANEL B P.C.B
IC33001
IC33002
IC7201
IC7201
IC6301
IC6201
IC7201
IC7201
IC36001
IC35501
IC35501
IC33003
IC36001
IC36001
IC36001
IC36001
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Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 0.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0.2 2 3.3 0.4 0.3 0.3 0 0.6 0.3 3.3 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 0 0.3 0.5 3.3 3.3 0 0.4 0.5 0.3 3.3 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 0.5 0.6 0 0 3.3 0.2 0.2 3.3 0 0.2 0 0.3 0 0 0 2.9 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
DVD PLAY 0.2 3.3 0 0 0.2 0 0 3.3 3.3 0.2 3.3 3.3 3.1 0 3.3 0 0.2 3.3 0 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
DVD PLAY 0 1.5 0 0 3.3 0.2 0 0.1 0 0.2 0 0.2 0 3.3 0.2 0.2 0 3.3 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.8 0 3.3 3.3 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 0.2 0.6 1.6 3.3 1.5 0 3.3 3.3 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140
DVD PLAY 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 1.6 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 1 1.6
Ref No.
MODE 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 1.9 3.3 0 1 1.5 2.8 0.1 3.3 0.1 0.4 1 1 2.2 1 0 1.3 3.3 0
Ref No.
MODE 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180
DVD PLAY 3.3 0 0.2 0 0 1.5 3.3 0.1 0 3.3 3.3 0 0 3.3 0 3.3 2.4 3.3 0 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 3 0.1 0.1 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 0.3 3.3 3.3 0.2 0.3 3.3 0.2
Ref No.
MODE 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220
DVD PLAY 0 3.3 3.3 0 0 0.1 3.3 0.3 3.3 0.3 0.1 0.2 0 0.1 0.1 3.3 0.1 0 0 0.8
Ref No.
MODE 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240
DVD PLAY 0.1 0.2 0 0.2 0 3.3 0 0 0 0.2 3.3 0 0.3 0 3.3 3.3 0.3 3.3 0 0.3
Ref No.
MODE 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 0.2 0.2 3.3 3.3 0.3 0 0.1 0.2 1 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 0
Ref No.
MODE 261 262 263 264 265 266
DVD PLAY 0.2 0.2 0 0.2 3.3 0.3
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 3.3 0.1 0.2 0 0 0.1 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 3.4 0 3.3 3.4
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 3.3 0 0 3.3 0 3.3 0.1 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 0
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
DVD PLAY 0 0.2 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 0.2 0.1 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 3.3 0 0 1.9 4.9 0 0 4.9
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 0 4.9 3.3 0 2.8 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.2 2.2 3.1 1.2 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
DVD PLAY 4.9 9.3 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 3.3 3.1
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 2.5 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 0 5 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
DVD PLAY 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3
DVD PLAY 0 3.1 3.3
IC8001
IC8001
IC8051
DVD MODULE P.C.B
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8251
IC8601
IC8051
IC8051
IC8111
IC8251
IC8421
IC8421
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Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0 7.2
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 4.6 4.6 - 0 -4.5 4.6 -4.5 4.6 -4.5 4.6 4.6 4.6 0 3.6
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
DVD PLAY 4.6 3.6 4.6 3.6 4.6 3.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 -6.8 0 4.6 4.6 0 4.6 4.6 0
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
DVD PLAY 4.6 -6.8 7.2 0 - 0 0 0 -4.5 4.6 -4.5 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 - -
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
DVD PLAY - - - - - - - - 0 0 0 4.6 4.6 0000000
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0 7.2
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0 7.3 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0 7.3
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.2 -7.2 0 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0 7.2
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 -7.2 0 0 0.5 77.2
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DVD PLAY 7.1 1.2 1.3 7.2 0 0 0 7.2
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3
DVD PLAY 2.5 0 4.1
IC2011
IC7701
IC7702
IC7703
IC2013
IC2011
IC6011
IC2011
IC2011
POWER P.C.B
IC1200
ASP P.C.B
IC2010
IC2015
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Ref No.
MODE E C B
DVD PLAY 0 0.1 1.2
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 5.1 5.6 5.8 5.1 5.6 5.8 5.1 5.6 5.8 -30 -16.6 5.6 0 0.7 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 0 3.1 0 1 5 1.6 1.6 4.9 2.2 0 0 0 0 2.3 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 5.6 0 5.6 5.1 5.5 5.8 5.4 5.6 6.1 0 16.5 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 5 5.6 5.8 4.3 1.2 3.7 5.1 5.6 5.8 12.2 16.5 12.9 0.6 - 1.2
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 5.4 5.6 6.1 5.8 5.6 6.1 0 0 0.5 0 5 0 0.6 1.2 1.2
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 7.2 9 8 -7.2 -16.6 -7.7 0 5.1 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 5.6 5.6 0 0 0 4.8 0 0 7.2 0.1 -3 0 0 0 -3.3
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 0 0 -3.2 0 0 4.6 0 0 4.6 4.7 4.6 0 0 5.6 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 34.4 34.4 0 9 8.9 0 0 0 4.8 0 0 5.1 0 5.8 4.8
Ref No.
MODE E C B
DVD PLAY 5.8 0 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 E C B 1 2 3456
DVD PLAY 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.7 0 0 -4.7 0 0 -4.6 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B 1 23456
DVD PLAY 2.2 2.1 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 3.9 0 -4.8 3.9
Ref No.
MODE E C B 1 2 3 4 5 6 E C B E C B
DVD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 3.9 0 0 3.9 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 E C B 1 2 3456
DVD PLAY 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY 2.6 2.6 0 0 -0.5 0 0 -0.3 0 0 0.7 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY -4.8 -4.3 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6
DVD PLAY 0 -4.8 0 0 -4.8 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B 1 2 3 4
DVD PLAY 47.5 - 49.2 47.5 49.4 47.5 47.5 49.2 47.3 5.9 4.8 47.8 53.6
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B
DVD PLAY -18 -17.9 -17.2 0 4.9 5 0 0 4.9
Q7001
Q2600Q2303
CD LOADING P.C.B
Q2500Q2304
Q1
QR7202
ASP P.C.B
Q7701 Q7702 Q7703
Q1150 Q1151 Q1152 Q1200
QR7201
QR4505
QR4506 QR4701 QR4702 QR4703 QR4082
Q34004 Q36001
QR4504
Q33005Q33001 Q33002 Q33003 Q33004
MAIN P.C.B
Q4082
Q1351 Q1352 Q1354
Q1502 Q3001 Q3003 Q4801
Q1360 Q1501
FRONT PANEL B P.C.B
Q2104 Q2105 Q2200
Q2601
POWER P.C.B
Q3101 Q5101 Q5102
Q7501
QR1361 QR1363 QR4081
Q33006 Q33007 Q33008 Q33009 Q33011
Q34003
Q4083 Q4804 Q6305 Q6306
Q8101 Q8102 Q8110
Q8111
Q2201 Q2202 Q2301 Q2302
QR33013 QR36001 QR36002
Q2102 Q2103
QR36003
QR33002 QR33003
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18.2. Waveform Chart
IC2001 PIN 1
DVD PLAY
3.48Vp-p (1msec.div)
IC5401 PIN 42
DVD PLAY
51.2Vp-p (10usec.div)
IC5401 PIN 52
DVD PLAY
4.04Vp-p (1msec.div)
IC5401 PIN 54
DVD PLAY
4.64Vp-p (1msec.div)
IC36001 PIN 35
DVD PLAY
53.6Vp-p (2.5msec.div)
IC36001 PIN 36
DVD PLAY
53.2Vp-p (2.5msec.div)
IC36001 PIN 37
DVD PLAY
52.8Vp-p (2.5msec.div)
IC36001 PIN 38
DVD PLAY
62.4Vp-p (25msec.div)
IC36001 PIN 89
DVD PLAY
57.6Vp-p (25msec.div)
P2101 PIN 17
DVD PLAY
3.96Vp-p (1msec.div)
P2101 PIN 19
DVD PLAY
4.08Vp-p (1msec.div)
P2102 PIN 12
DVD PLAY
896mVp-p (50usec.div)
IC5401 PIN 43
DVD PLAY
51.6Vp-p (100usec.div)
QR4701 B
DVD PLAY
202mVp-p (1msec.div)
QR4702 C
DVD PLAY
3.96Vp-p (1msec.div)
P5001 PIN 9
TEST MODE 1
0.1Vp-p
P5001 PIN 5
TEST MODE 1
2.3Vp-p
P4002 PIN 4
TEST MODE 1
5.4Vp-p (20usec.div)
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
Y LEVEL 1000 +100mVp-p
CYAN LEVEL 621 + 62mVp-p
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DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
Y LEVEL 1.0 + 0.1Vp-p
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
CYAN LEVEL 0.621 + 0.062Vp-p
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
Y LEVEL 1.0 + 0.1Vp-p
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
CB LEVEL 0.525 + 0.053Vp-p
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
CR LEVEL 0.525 + 0.053Vp-p
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
Y + sync LEVEL 1.0 + 0.1Vp-p
Y TERMINATED WITH 75 Ohm TERMINATION
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9
Y LEVEL 1.0 + 0.1Vp-p
C TERMINATED WITH 75 Ohm TERMINATION
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9, Y+SYNC LEVEL 1.00+0.1Vp-p,
C LEVEL 0.621 + 0.062Vp-p.
LINE TERMINATED WITH 75 Ohm TERMINATION
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9, MAGENTA 0.842 + 0.04 Vp-p,
MAGENTA PHASE 61 + 4 Deg.
CB 525 + 53 mVp-p, CR 525 + 53 mVp-p
RGB TERMINATED WITH 75 Ohm TERMINATION
DVDT-S20 TRACK 9, MAGENTA 0.842 + 0.04 Vp-p,
MAGENTA PHASE 61 + 4 Deg.Y LEVEL 1.0 + 0.1Vp-p
RGB TERMINATED WITH 75 Ohm TERMINATION
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19 Illustration of IC’s, Transistors and Diodes
1
1
C1AB00001472 (28p)
C0DBCHD00004 (6p)
C0CBCBD00018 (8p)
C0ABBB000118 (8p)
C0JBAS000252 (14p)
C1AB00001935 (6p)
C1BB00000979 (20p)
C3ABPG000133 (54p)
C0FBBK000050 (28p)
AN13330A-VF (32p)
1
24
25
48
RFKWMH82H160 (48p)
C0HBB0000039 (64p)
MN2DS0003APH (256p)
C1BB00000845 (80p)
C1AB00002083 (100p)
AN3663FBP-TV (64p)
C2CBHF000410 (100p)
C2CBJG000576 (100p)
C0AABB000125 (8p)
C0EBH0000172 (5p)
C0EBA0000031 (5p)
C0JBAA000346 (5P)
1
5
3
C0DBZJG00007 (5p)
C0CBCHG00005 (5p)
C0CBCYG00003 (5P)
2134
B3NAA0000049 (4p)C1AB00001767 (25p)
C0GBG0000048 (28p)
1
1
9
C0GAG0000007 (9p) C0EBE0000384
1
2
3
C0DAEMB00003 2SC3311ASA PNA2604M01VT
E
C
B
KRA110STA
KRC103STA
2SB09700RL
2SB0710A0L
2SD0602A0L
2SD114900L
2SD0601A0L
B1ADHG000003
B1ABDF000018
E
C
B
B1GDCFLL0027
B1GBCFNN0016
B1GDCFJJ0040
B1GDBFNN0001
UNR521600L
UNR521400L
B1GBCFJJ0047
B1GDCFEC0001
B1GFGCAA0001
CE
B
2SB14170PA
B
C
E
B1BCCG000002
E
C
B
B1AAGD000016 B3PBA0000237
B
C
E
B1DEEQ000001
12
43
B3NAA0000098
EB
C
2SC3940A0A
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
Anode
Cathode
A
Ca
Anode
Cathode
ACa
Cathode
Ca
A
Anode
Cathode
Ca
A
Anode
Cathode
Ca
A
Anode
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
B0ACCK000005
MA2J11100L D4EA7471A007 B0KB00000052 B3EA00000072 B0BA7R900004
MA2J72800L
MA2C18800E
MA2C165001VT
B0AAED000003
B0JACE000001
B0JACE000003
MAZ751000C
B0JAPE000008
B0HAGM000006
B0JAMK000015
B0HAGR000002
B0JAME000085
Cathode
Ca
A
Anode
MA2C700A0F
MAZ4240NMF
MAZ40360MF
MAZ4075NHF
MAZ4300NMF
MAZ4062NLF
MAZ4056NHF
MAZ4130NLF
B0JCMD000024
1
4
8
5
77
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20.1. IC36001 (C2CBJG000576) IC
MICROCONTROLLER
Pin No. Mark I/O Function
1PLAY_SW IPlay Switch
2ST_SW I Stock Switch
3 LOAD_R O Charger Motor Reverse Control
4WS_LINK I Wireless Link
5WIDE1 OControl Signal for the WIDE
function
6 LOAD_F O Charger Motor 1 Forward Control
7OPEN_SW I Open Switch
8 GND I VSS (GND)
9 CNVSS - VSS (GND)
10 WS_DET IWIreless Module Detection
11 WS_MUTE OWireless Muting Control
12 RESET I SYSTEM RESET INPUT
13 XOUT - MAIN CLOCK OUTPUT (10
MHZ)
14 VSS - GND (0V)
15 XIN - MAIN CLOCK INPUT (10 MHZ)
16 VCC - POWER SUPPLY (5V)
17 /NMI I CONNECT TO VCC, EXTERNAL
INTERRUPT I/P
18 ASW_AC -No Connection
19 RMT I REMOCON INPUT
20 P_FAIL I Main AC Power Failure detect
(H=Normal, L=Fail)
21 N.C. - No Connection
22 V_MUTE2 O Mute signal 2 for video output
23 POS I Changer Position
24 BT_SW IChanger Bottom Switch
25 TU_ST I Tuner Stereo Signal
26 UP/DOWN_R OChanger Motor 2 Reverse Control
27 MUTE_DVD I Signal from DVD module control
mute circuit (H=ON, L=OFF)
28 TU_TUNED I Tuner Signal
29 TU_SCL O IIC clock for Tuner
30 TU_SDA I/O IIC data line for Tuner (bi-
direction)
31 DVD_CMD OCMD signal for the DVD Module
32 DVD_STA I STATUS signal from the DVD
Module
33 DVD_CK OClock signal for DVD Module
34 N.C. - No Connection
35 V_D0 O Data Output to Video Micon
36 V_DI I Data Input from Video Micon
37 V_CLK I Clock Input from Video Micon
38 V_CS I Chip Selector Signal from Video
Micon
39 ASP_DAT O Data Signal for ASP IC
40 ASP_CLK O Clock signal for ASP IC
41 EPM I For Flash (connect to Vss via
resistor)
42 N.C. - No Connection
43 UP/DOWN_F IChanger Motor 2 Forward Control
44 SSS_DAT O Super Surround IC Data
45 SSS_CLK O Super Surround IC Clock
46 CE I For Flash (connect to Vcc via
resistor)
47 CH_SW IChanger Change Switch
48 C_MIX O DPLII Bass Boost
49 MUTE_SW OSubwoofer MUTE signal (H=ON,
L=OFF)
50 DEMO_SEL I Demo Function Setting
(H=Default On, L=Default Off)
51 HB_MUTE O Harmonic ON/OFF Control
Pin No. Mark I/O Function
52 HB_LEVEL OHarmonic Level Control
53 SURR_FC1 OSurround Freq Limiter 1
54 MUTE_HP O Head Phone Mute signal (H=ON,
L=OFF)
55 ECS O LAT signal for the EEPROM
56 EDA I/O DATA signal for the EEPROM
57 ECK O CLOCK signal for the EEPROM
58 SURR_FC2 OSurround Freq Limiter 2
59 MUTE_H O HIC MUTE H=ON, L=OFF
60 V_MUTE_1 O Mute signal 1 for video output
61 FR_FC1 O Front Freq Limiter 1
62 VCC - POWER SUPPLY 5.0V
63 MUTE_WS OMute signal for surround Speaker
(exclude Wireless Surround)
64 VSS - GND (0V)
65 DSP_COM O Power Control for DSP 1 & 2
66 ASW_PCONT OControl Signal for the Power
Control Relay of ASW
67 DVD_PCNT OControl Signal for the Power for
the DVD MODULE
68 MUTE_L O MUTE signal for the Line output
(H=ON, L=OFF)
69 HP_SW IHead Phone Detect Switch
70 LED_BACK OAmber background LED
71 MUTE_C O Mute Signal for CENTRE (H=ON,
L=OFF)
72 MUTE_F O Mute Signal for FRONT END
(H=ON, L=OFF)
73 LED_5 OLED for Tray 5
74 MUTE_S O Mute signal for surround Audio
signal (H=ON, L=OFF)
75 PWR_SAVE OPower Save Control (H=PWR
SAVE OFF, L=PWR SAVE ON)
76 LED_4 OLED for Tray 4
77 LED_3 OLED for Tray 3
78 ASW_PDET ISignal from Power Detection
circuit for ASW
79 LED_2 OLED for Tray 2
80 LED_1 OLED for Tray 1
81 JOG_A I Signal A from Volume JOG
82 JOG_B I Signal B from Volume JOG
83 LED_HB OHarmonic Bass LED
84 TUNER_CTR O TUNER signal selection switch
85 DVD_CTR ODVD signal selection switch
86 FR_FC2 O Front Freq Limiter 2
87 FLD_DA O Data input for the FL Driver
88 FLD_CS O Latch Signal for the FL Driver
89 FLD_CK O Clock Signal for the FL Driver
90 FLD_RST O Reset Signal for the FL Driver
91 KEY2 IKey 2 line input
92 N.C. - No Connection
93 DES_3 I REGION Setting for DVD
94 DES_2 I REGION Setting for DVD
(Speaker Region)
95 DES_1 I REGION Setting for DVD (Tuner,
RDS, SCART Region)
96 AVSS - ANALOG POWER SUPPLY
INPUT
97 KEY1 IKey1 line input
98 VREF - REFERENCE VOLTAGE INPUT
99 AVCC - ANALOG POWER SUPPLY
INPUT
100 N.C. - No Connection
20 Terminal Function of IC´s
78
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21.1. DVD Module Block
21 Block Diagram
LDU
HFM
125
LPC2
82
DRV7
127
VREFH
110
RFINN
111
RFINP
132
VIN7
131
VIN8
136
VIN3
115
VIN3RF
135
VIN4
114
VIN4RF
137
VIN2
116
VIN2RF
138
VIN1
117
VIN1RF
13
V01-
11
V02-
12
V02+
14
V01+
17 18 5
OPIN-
6
OPOUT
1
4
24
25
26
23 9
76
20
83
2
146
VCOF/AD4
3
139
AD2
147
PWM1
148
PWM0
128
VHALF
75
DRV0
81
DRV6
140
AD1
1615
T+
F+
F-
T-
TA(DVD)
TB(DVD)
TD(DVD)
TC(DVD)
FE2(DVD/CD)
FE1(DVD/CD)
RF
VREF2 (RF-)
VREF1
PIN(CD)
SUBSEL
TRACKING COIL
FOCUS COIL
124
LPC01
Q8551
SWITCH
Q8552
SWITCH
126
LPC02
Q8561
SWITCH
Q8562
SWITCH
143
AD0
LDCD
LDDVD
78
DRV3
QR8571
SUPPLY
CONTROL
SWITCH
HFM VCC
OUT
130
VIN9
134
VIN5
129
VIN10
133
VIN6 SUB2
SUB1
123
LPC1 PIN(DVD)
SW
15
1M
8
SUB1
14
SUB2
13
VREF
11
RF
9
FE1
6
FE2
7
TC
4
OPTICAL PICKUP
SPINDLE MOTOR UNIT
TD
5
TB
2
TA
3
LD(DVD)
17
LD(CD)
16
B
28
R
IC8001
DV2.1
MN2DS0003APH
DRIVE
IC8251
C0GBG0000048
OSCO
166
OSCI
165
X8621
TRVM+
TRVM-
SPM+
SPM-
TRV_INNER_SW
BIAS1
V03+
V03-
V04+
DRV8
DRV1
V04-
OPIN+
LDIN
BIAS2
TRIN
MUTE12
VIN3
27
79
MUTE3 MUTE3
MUTE4
VIN1
LDCNT
VIN2
79
SA-HT833VP
DQ0
2,4,5,7,8,10,11,
13,42,44,45,47,
48,50,51,53
DQ15
MDQ0
MDQ15
1,2,4,5,7,8,10,
11,13-15,17,18,
252,254,256
MA0
MA11
217,220,221,223,
224,226-228,230,
233,237,238
A0
22-26,
29-35
A11
BA0
20
232
BA0
BA1
21
234
BA1
LDQM
15
249
DQM0
UDQM
39
251
DQM1
/CS
19
240
NCSM
CLK
38
243
MCK
241
MCKI
/RAS
18
244
NRAS
/CAS
17
245
NCAS
/WE
16
248
NWE
A16
9,10,16,17,48
A20
A0
1-8,18-25
A15
EXADR16
EXADR20
21,30,31,43,45
EXADT0
EXADT15
23-25,27,32,
33,36,37,39-42,
46,47,50,51
DQ0
29-36,
38-45
DQ15
MDQ16
MDQ31
192-195,197-200,
203,204,206-208,
210-212
XWE
11
XCE
26
XOE
28
12
XRESET
Q8607
SWITCH
Q8606
SWITCH
Q8560
SWITCH
Q8550
SWITCH
B
B
R
IC8001
DV2.1
MN2DS0003APH
64 SDRAM
IC8051
C3ABPG000133
16M FLASH ROM
IC8651
RFKWMH82H160
RESET
IC8601
C0EBE0000384
RESET
IC8606
C0EBA0000031
16M EEPROM
IC8611
C3EBGC000044
22
NEXWE
38
NEXCE
52
NEXOE
73
NRST
59
P9
60
65
P8
SCL
SDA
VCC
D8550
(NOT SUPPLIED)
80
SA-HT833VP
DIN1
45-47
DIN3
ADOUT0
ADOUT2
174-176 169
LRCK
171
ADOUT3
SRCK
170 163
DACCK
57 56
P12
P11
53
P15
28
55
P13
27(26)
VOUT1(2)
22(21)
VOUT3(4)
20(19)
VOUT5(6)
16 15
VOUT7
VOUT8
149
DAC1OUT
151
DAC2OUT
QR8420
MUTING
AUDIO
SWITCH
152
DAC3OUT
156
DAC4OUT
158
DAC5OUT
70
P1
69
P2
2
1
68
P3
2
1
55
8
5
B
MIXL(R)
FL(R)
SL(R)
CNT
SW
CMD
44
A
8-CH DAC
IC8421
C0FBBK000050
IC8001
DV2.1
MN2DS0003APH
IC8695
C0JBAA000346
AND GATE
LOGIC
AND GATE
LOGIC
IC8691
C0JBAA000346
3.3
REGULATOR
IC8111
C0CBCBD00018
B
QR8112
SWITCH
QR8111
SWITCH
STATUS
DSPCLK
TO MAIN
BLOCK
TO MAIN
BLOCK
ZERO2
MS
MC
MD
ZFLAG&AMUTE
234
SCK
5
BCK
7
DATA1
6
LRCK
8
176
ADOUT0 DATA2
11
175
ADOUT1 DATA3
12
174
ADOUT2 DATA4
13
Y
C
PR/CR/R
PB/CB/B
PY/Y/G
81
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21.2. Main Block
STATUS
ZFLAG&AMUTE
CMD
DSPCLK
SW
SL(R)
CNT
FL(R) 7(1)
MICROCONTROLLERS
IC36001
A
8512
TU_SCL
TU_ST
TU_TUNED
TU_SDA
RESET
DVD_CTR
TUNER_CTR
84
8(3)
6(5)
IC2601
TU7502
FM/AM
TUNER
C0JBAS000252
9(4)
IC2010
C0ABBB000118
MIXL(R)
10(1)
11(2)
12(13)
SIF
TUN_V
IIC CLK
IIC DATA
AFT
Q33009
RESET
SWITCH
30282529
X OUT
X IN
DUAL OP-AMP
ANALOG SWITCH
TO
DVD BLOCK
B
DVD_CK
33
DVD_CMD
31
MUTE_DVD
27
DVD_STA
32
M
C0GAG0000007
DRIVE
IC21
F_IN
7
R_IN
9
OUT2
2
OUT1
4
LOAD_F
6
LOAD_R
3
RM21
LOADING
MOTOR
C0EBH0000172
IC36003
1
P_FAIL
20
POWER DETECT
TU7601
TV
TUNER
FROM IC36001
5(3)
X36001
13 15
TO FM/AM TUNER PACK
C2CBJG000576
82
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MICROCONTROLLERS
IC36001
MUTE_SW
MAINL(R)
FIN3
KEY2
KEY1
49
SW
VIN
C
FRONTL(R)
HB
67
21
IC2015
C0ABBB000118
DUAL OP AMP
77 27
IC2011
C1BB00000845
78(79) 25(23)
80 FOUT1
OUTC
OUTLS(R)
AOUT1
AOUT2
EXIN1(2)
INFLB(R)
INCB
INLSB
INRSB
28INSUBA
LOUT(R)
75(76) OUTFL(R) 39(36)
FOUT4(3)
GOUTFL(R)
GOUTSUB
41(38)
INFLA(R)
69(70) MAIN_L(R)
VIN
VINSUB
INCA
INLSA(R)
40 FIN4
DSP
Q2600
MUTE_C
71
Q2500
Q2601
91 97
MUTE_S
74
Q2103
Q2104
KEY SW
S7001~S7013
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
Q8102
(Q8101)
MUTING
SWITCH
Q8111
(Q8110)
MUTING
SWITCH
ASP_DAT
39
ASP_CLK
40
45 46
DA
CL
SSS_DAT
44
18
SSS_CLK
45
19
-
+
-
+
3
5
Q2302,
Q2304
Q2301,Q2303
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
IC6011
C1BB00000979
SUPER SURROUND
1 1
6
17
52(50)
18
8
2 5
4(5) 15(14)
6 13
7
8
12
7
972(73)
IC7701
C0ABBB000118
C0ABBB000118
C0ABBB000118
67
3157
31
DUAL OP AMP
IC7703
67
DUAL OP AMP
IC7702
DUAL OP AMP
5
C2CBJG000576
B
B
37 FIN3
Q5101
SWITCH
Q5102
MUTING
SWITCH
SL(R)
83
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MICROCONTROLLERS
IC36001
WIRELESS
READY
P.WIRE
CONNECTION
68
MUTE_L
SIF
NORMAL_IN
NORMAL_OUT
QR4701
(QR4702)
QR4703
SL(R)
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
QR4506
(QR4505)
35 36 37 38
QR4504
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
MAI
MAO
HA1(2)
A_COM
SIF IN
E1
IC4501
AN3663FBP-TV
61
62
21
BS IN[L](R) L(R)
14(9)
3(1) 57(53)
24(22)
48
CLK
42
DATA
43
VCOFO
45
56
D4501
OUT
LED PORT L
29
MUTE CT
36
V_DO
V_CLK
A COM
A L (R)
MAINL(R)
BIL ST MO
IIC DATA
IIC CLK
D RECH
FM MUTE H
FSC
V_CS
V_DI
HB
AH SW
27
AH SW
ENV
28
ABS
HI-FI
V_DOCH_SW
V_DI
V_CLK
V_CS
C3EBEG000072
IC36002
(NOT
SUPPLIED)
35 4
S5
CHANGE
47
ST_SW
S1
STOCK
2
PLAY_SW
S2
PLAY
1
BT_SW
S3
BOTTOM
24
OPEN_SW
S4
OPEN
7
55 56
ECS
EDA
57
ECK
410
WS_LINK
WS_DET
11
WS_MUTE
Q1
SENSOR
23
POS
B
Q7702
HB_MUTE
51
Q7701
Q7703
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
FL4561
JK3701
AUX L(R)
EEPROM
JK3701
[L]([R])
LINE OUT
C2CBJG000576
QR36004
MUTING
SWITCH
QR36002
MUTING
SWITCH
P.ON H
B
QR36001
MUTING
SWITCH
84
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MICROCONTROLLERS
IC36001
C2CBJG000576
ACTIVE SUB WOOFER
7(11) FL(R)
DCDET
SUBWOOFER
17
15
5
C
12(14) SL(R)
2
59
MUTE_H
69
HP_SW
RCH
HEADPHONE
JK7001
IC2013
C0AABB000125
C
SW
FRONTL(R)
SL(R)
HIC_MUTE
19
66
ASW_PCONT PCONT
78
ASW_PDET
LOUT(R)
FIN3
54
MUTE_HP
Q2102
Q2201
72
MUTE_F
Q2200
Q2105
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
Q36001
MUTING
SWITCH
QR36003
MUTING
SWITCH
2(6) 1(7)
8281
JOG A
JOG B
P.SAVEL
OP AMP
19 5
RMT
WIDE1
RMT
67
DVD_PCNT
DVD_PCNT
WIDE1
M
C0GAG0000007
DRIVE
IC11
F_IN
7
R_IN
9
UP/DOWN_F
43
UP/DOWN_R
26
OUT2
2
RM11
MUTING
SWITCH
MUTING
SWITCH
UP/DOWN
MOTOR
OUT1
4
SEG01
15~23,
25~50
SEG35
DIG00
DIG08
1~4,
60~64
DP7201
FL DISPLAY
IC7201
C0HBB0000039
FL DRIVER
657 8
88 90
FLD_CS /CS
FLD_RST
89 87
FLD_CK
FLD_DA
75
PWR_SAVE
/RESET
SCK
SDATA
FL DRIVE
QR7201
Q7001
D7202
QR7202
SWITCH
SWITCH
FROM
POWER
TRANSFORMER
B
VOLUME
JOG
VR7201
3(5)
P.ON H
B
85
SA-HT833VP
35
32KHz. IN
36 38 39
X6002
32KHz. OUT
12MHz. IN
X6001
12MHz. OUT
AFT
TO
DVD BLOCK
B
100
28
T.S.CURVE
FM MUTE [H] FM MUTE H
10
BIL_ST_MO/PICT2 BIL ST MO
19
AUDIO. H. SW A H SW
WIDE1
IC33501
AN13330A-VF
6YIN
2CIN
Y
C
12 CYIN 24
CY OUT
21
CB OUT
18
CR OUT
4
SDCIN
PY/Y/G
PB/CB/B
16 CRIN
14 CBIN
PR/CR/R
32
COUT
26
YSAG
27
YOUT
VH+
JK3701
H3 HOLL
SENSOR
H3 HOLL
SENSOR
H3 HOLL
SENSOR
VIDEO
JK3702
87
FG. AMP. IN
B
11
CURRENT_LIMIT
76
CAP. ET
74
CAP R/F
52
CVOUT
4
6
17
DVD OUT[H]
1
SYSCON/SERVO/TIMER/MICON/OSD
IC6001
C2CBHF000410
Y
C
G
G
17
CRSAG
20
CBSAG
23
CYSAG
30
VOUT
29
VSAG
2
IC201
C1AB00001472
21
15 16 17
A1
A2
A3
1
H3+
23
2
H3-
22
4
3
R207
1
H1+
25
2
H1-
24
4
3
R208
1
H2+
27
2
H2-
26
4
3
R210
CAPSTAN MOTOR
MAIN COIL
CAPSTAN DRIVE
8 BIT MICRO
CONTROLLER
10
EC
11
EDS
9
TL
IC3701
C1AB00001935
VIDEO
31
SDCOUT
JK3701
[V]
ABS
V_CS
V_CLK
V_DI
V_DO
23 15 70 68 69
ABS_NORMAL[L]
OPECOM_CS
IC.DATACLK
IC.DATA.OUT
IC.DATA.IN
27
S.TAB[L]
S1531
SAFETY
TAB
3
KEY1
4
KEY2
S7016~S7021,
S7023,S7024
KEY SW
R209
FG SENSOR
86
SA-HT833VP
72
IIC DATA
71
IIC CLK
IIC DATA
IIC DATA
74
63
Q3003
SWITCH
SWITCH
IIC CLK
73
IIC CLK
48
OSD. FSC IN
13
ART.V/H/N
64
VBI 1/CHARA
63
VBI 2
60
CHARA+HEM
FSC
17
6
NORMAL_OUT
2 15
NORMAL_IN
TUN_V
A COM
AL(R)
DATA
28
95
CTL. HEAD[+]
9
TRACKING_ENVE
83
18
VIDEO.H.SW
80
85
SQPB
20
CLOCK
QR4081
20
D.REC[H]
D RECH
Q4082,
Q4083
24
AVR[L]
16
98
67
69
97
90
89,91
T4081
B
B
QR4082
26
BIAS[H]
86
85,87
94
CTL. HEAD[-]
50
CV IN
Q3001
BIAS
OSC
BIAS
OSC
BIAS
OSC
D.REC
(H:OFF) POWER
SUPPLY
Q4081
IC3001
C1AB00002083
AV
IC6001
C2CBHF000410
29
X3001
SYSCON/SERVO/TIMER/MICON/OSD
JK3701
[V]
B
44
LC.OSC IN
45
LC.OSC OUT
L6001
56
CVIN[EDS]
62
A.SEARCH[L]
Q4084
L4081
CONTROL
HEAD
FULL
ERASE
HEAD
AUDIO
ERASE
HEAD
AUDIO
HEAD
EP
SP
AUDIO
HEAD
87
SA-HT833VP
7
S PHOTO
Q1502
8
T-PHOTO
Q1501
VM
VM2
78
P.FAIL[L]
IC6201
C0EBH0000172
1
79
S.REEL PULSE
IC1512
3
80
T.REEL PULSE
2
IC1511
B3NAA0000049
B3NAA0000049
3
1
2
D1501
B
M
IC2501
C1AB00001767
23
M2
22
M1
25
M3
20
COM
16
PG-
15
PG+
2
OUT1
4
121
90
PFG PFG
18
77
CYL ET EC
14
84
LOADING H F IN
5
83
UNLOADING H R IN
6
OUT2
IC2502
C0DBZJG00007
2
3
75
P.ON H
P.ON H
DVD_PCNT
14
REMOCON
POWER DETECT
CYLINDER DRIVE/
LOADING DRIVE
REGULATOR
T-REEL SENSOR
S-REEL SENSOR
IC6001
C2CBHF000410
T PHOTO
S PHOTO
SYSCON/SERVO/TIMER/MICON/OSD
RMT
VCR VIDEO HEAD
17 PG OUT
MECHA
P.ON H
(REMOTE SENSOR)
IR7001
30~33
POS.SW1~4
S1532
MODE SW
88
SA-HT833VP
B
B
Q1352,Q1354 Q1351
D1351
Q34003
5V REG
REGULATOR
REGULATOR
Q33005
L1250
T1150
Q33004
REGULATOR
SWITCH
QR33002,
QR33013
L1290
D1260,
D1261
L1260
L1240
D1240,
D1241
D1230
D33002
D6302
D7751
D7752
B7751
1
2
4
IC33001
C0CBCHG00005
Q33003
POWER
SUPPLY
+B
REGULATOR
+B
REGULATOR
REGULATOR
REGULATOR
SWITCH
Q33002,
Q33011
REGULATOR
QR33003
D1280
B
Q6305
Q33001
D33001
Q6306
Q33008
1
3
6
IC6301
C0DBCHD00004
B
1
2
4
TO
FL
DISPLAY
D1270
Q1200
IC1200
C0DAEMB00003
Q1151
PULSE
DRIVE
LR1150
SWITCHING
D1140
P1101
Q1150,Q1152
F1101
D1110
L1120L1121
B
Q1360
REGULATOR
QR1363
REGULATOR
QR1361
SWITCH
Q34004
REGULATOR
REGULATOR
REGULATOR
TUNER 5V REGULATOR
Q33006
REGULATOR
Q33007
REGULATOR D1180
IC33002
C0CBCYG00003
DC-DC
CONVERTER
PHOTO COUPLER
D1250,
D1251
D1290,
D1291
IP1240
IP1280
SIGNAL LINES
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE : DVD AUDIO SIGNAL LINE
: DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
( ) Indicates the Pin No. of Right Channel. NOTE : Signal Lines are applicable to the Left Channel only.
: AUX SIGNAL LINE
: VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
: FM/AM SIGNAL LINE
: CD/DA SIGNAL LINE
DC-DC CONVERTER
D1155
D1152
89
SA-HT833VP
(All schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with the
development of the new technology)
Note:
S1 : Stock switch
S2 : Play switch
S3 : Bottom switch
S4 : Open switch
S5 : Change switch
S1531 : Safety Tab switch
S1532 : Mode switch
S7001 : Disc 5 switch
S7002 : Disc Change switch
S7003 : Disc 4 switch
S7004 : H.Bass switch
S7005 : Disc 3 switch
S7006 : Play switch
S7007 : Disc 2 switch
S7008 : Stop switch
S7009 : Disc 1 switch
S7010 : Disc Check switch
S7011 : Input Selector switch
S7012 : Open/Close switch
S7013 : Power switch
S7016 : Play switch
S7017 : FF switch
S7018 : Stop switch
S7019 : Rew switch
S7020 : Channel Up switch
S7021 : Channel Down switch
S7023 : Rec switch
S7024 : Eject switch
·
The voltage value and waveforms are the reference voltage
of this unit measured by DC electronic voltmeter (high
impedance) and oscilloscope on the basis of chassis.
Accordingly, there may arise some error in voltage values
and waveforms depending upon the internal impedance of
the tester or the measuring unit.
·
Importance safety notice :
Components identified by mark have special
characteristics important for safety. Furthermore, special
parts which have purposes of fire-retardant (resistors), high-
quality sound (capacitors), low-noise (resistors), etc. are
used. When replacing any of components, be sure to use
only manufacturer´s specified parts shown in the parts list.
Caution !
IC, LSI and VLSI are sensitive to static electricity.
Secondary trouble can be prevented by taking care during
repair.
·
Cover the parts boxes made of plastics with aluminium foil.
·
Put a conductive mat on the work table.
·
Ground the soldering iron.
·
Do not touch the pins of IC, LSI or VLSI with fingers directly.
22 Notes of Schematic Diagram
90
SA-HT833VP
23 Schematic Diagram
23.1. Optical Pickup Unit Circuit
16
17
18
19
20
21
25
23
22
24
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
12
10
8
7
9
11
13
15
2
4
6
5
3
1
15
14
13
12
11
10
2
4
6
8
9
7
5
3
1
17
18
16
TO ACT
TO
DVD
MODULE
CIRCUIT
(FP8501) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-2
TO
HFM
PCB
TO
LDU
PCB
L4
J0JBC0000105
L1
J0JBC0000105
L2
J0JCC0000307
C5
22P
C6
22P
C1
0.1
C3
0.1
C2
0.1
R1
0
R4
0
R2
0
C8
0.1
R3
0
R5
0
R6
0
R7
6.8K
C7
0.1
VR2
6.8K
VR1
6.8K
C4
0.1
L3
J0JBC0000105
T+
F+
F-
T-
HFM
TA
TB
TD
TC
FE2
FE1
GND (IM)
RF
VREF2(RF-)
PIN (DVD)
LD (CD)
LD GND
LD (DVD)
GND (OEIC)
VREF1
VCC
SUB2
SUB1
PIN(CD)
SUBSEL
GND (IM)
GND
VCC
GND
GND
OUT
GND
GND
TB
TA
TC
TD
FE1
FE2
IM
RF
GND
VREF
VCC
SUB2
SUB1
SW
LD (CD)
LD (DVD)
LDGND
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1
OPTICAL PICKUP UNIT CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA SIGNAL LINE
91
SA-HT833VP
23.2. DVD Module Circuit
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA SIGNAL LINE
3029
15
16
17
12
13
14
18
11
19
10
20
9
21
8
22
7
23
6
24
5
25
4
26
3
27
2
28
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
25
23
22
24
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
12
10
8
7
9
11
13
15
CKE26
CKE25
CKE24
CKE23
CKE22
CKE21
CKE20
CKE19
CKE18
CKE17
CKE16
CKE14
CKE13
CKE12
CKE11
CKE9
T+
F+
F-
T-
HFM
TA(DVD)
TB(DVD)
TD(DVD)
TC(DVD)
FE2(DVD/CD)
FE1(DVD/CD)
GND
RF
VREF2(RF-)
PIN(DVD)
LDCD
LDGND
LDDVD
GND(OEIC)
VREF1
VCC
SUB2
SUB1
PIN(CD)
SUBSEL
GND(VRCD)
FP8501
LDCNT
MUTE3
TRIN
BIAS2
LDIN
VIN3
PREVCC
FIN
VCC(CH3.4)
MUTE4
GND(CH3.4)
VO3-
VO3+
VO4-
VO4+
BIAS1
VIN1
VIN2
OPIN+
OPIN-
OPOUT
GND(PRE)
FIN
VCC(CH1.2)
MUTE12
GND(CH1.2)
VO2-
VO2+
VO1-
VO1+
VIN1
VIN2
VIN4
VIN3
VIN8
VIN7
RFINP
RFINN
LPC1
VREFH
VIN6
VIN5
LPC2
RAM_CD
PNRST
LB8512 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB8513 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB8511 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB8514 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB8505 J0JCC0000119
LB8504 J0JCC0000119
LB8503 ERJ2GE0R00X
R8501 0
R8506 1.5K
C8504 0.1
C8256
0.1
C8257
0.1
R8251
6.8
RX8502
(56 x 4)
RX8504
(56 x 2)
RX8503
(56 x 2)
C8506
100P
C8505
220P
RX8501
(56 x 2)
IC8251
DRIVE IC
C0GBG0000048 IC8251
TO
OPTICAL
PICKUP
UNIT
CIRCUIT
ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-1
C8253
16V22
C8255
0.1 C8252
16V47
R8505 2.2K
MUTE12
C8262
0.1
C8261
0.1
R8262
4.7K
R8261
82K
R8263
82K
R8264
4.7K
R8265
0
CL8242 CL8241
TL8201
R8241
22K
R8201
2.2K
C8241
0.1
DRV0
CL8244 CL8243
R8242
7.5K
C8242
0.1
DRV1
C8254
0.1
C8251
6.3V220
D+5V
TO
SPINDLE
MOTOR
2
4
6
5
3
1
FP8201
SPM-
SPM+
TRVM-
TRVM+
DGND
TRV_INNER_SW
M+9V
MUTE3
AD1
TRDRV
FODRV
VHALF
TRV-I-SW
CL8202
CL8201
C8218 1
C8217 1
CKE7
CKE6
CKE5
CKE4
CKE3
CKE2
CKE1
CKF1
CKF2
CKF3
CKF4
CKF5
CKF6
92
SA-HT833VP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
1
2
36
7
8
45
D+5V
CL8571
TL8513
TL8522
TL8512
CL8551
CL8561
VO
NC
GND
CN
VIN
NC
NC
Cont
D+3.3V
HFMON
AD0
LPCO2
LPCO1
A+5V
D+1.2V
LB8507
J0JCC0000119
LB8502
J0JHC0000045
C8502
0.1
C8501
10
D8571
MA2J72800L
TL8111
C8112
1
C8113
470P
C8111
0.1
L8550
G1C100KA0055
C8561
0.1
C8551
0.1
C8503
0.1
R8559
15K
R8558
47K
R8557
51 R8556
56
C8553
6.3V47
R8555
2.2
R8553
1K
R8552
1K
R8551
0
R8554 68
C8552
16V10
R8567
51
R8568
47K
R8566
56
C8563
6.3V47
R8565
2.2
R8563
1K
C8564 1
C8562
16V10
R8564
22
R8562
1K
R8561
0
R8560
1K
R8569
12K
R8570
100K
R8550
7.5K C8550
6.3V33
D8550
MA2J11100L
C8554 1
QR8571
B1GDCFEC0001
SUPPLY CONTROL SWITCH
Q8550
Q8562
2SB09700RL
SWITCH
Q8552
2SB09700RL
SWITCH
Q8560
B1ABDF000018
SWITCH
B1ADHG000003
SWITCH
Q8560
Q8561
B1ABDF000018
SWITCH
Q8551
B1ABDF000018
SWITCH
IC8111
IC8111
C0CBCBD00018
3.3 REGULATOR IC
PNRST
R8112
22K
QR8112
UNR521400L
SWITCH
QR8111
UNR521400L
SWITCH
R8111
22K
93
SA-HT833VP
15
14
13
12
11
10
2
4
6
8
9
7
5
3
1
30
29
28
27
26
25
17
19
21
23
24
22
20
18
16
36
35
34
33
32
31
50
49
48
47
46
38
40
42
44
45
43
41
39
37
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
TO
MAIN
(DVD
INTERFACE
:IF) CIRCUIT
(P36004) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-14
FP8101
4
51
2
3
4
51
2
3
Y/PY/G
VGND
VGND
VGND
VGND
VGND
ADAC5V
ADAC5V
ADACGND
ADACGND
ADACGND
ADACGND
ADACGND
ADACGND
DGND
DGND
D+5V
D+5V
D+5V
A+5V
A+5V
A+5V
AGND
AGND
D+1.2V
D+1.2V
DGND
DGND
M+9V
M+9V
MGND
MGND
DGND
DGND
LB8303 CKC2
CKC4
CKC6
CKC8
CKC10
CKC11
CKC12
CKC14
CKC15
CKC16
CKC18
CKC22
CKC20
CKC24
CKC27
CKC28
CKC32
CKC1
J0JCC0000119
CB/PB/B
LB8304 J0JCC0000119
CR/PR/R
LB8305 J0JCC0000119
Y
LB8301 J0JCC0000119
C
LB8302
K8421
J0JCC0000119
MIX-L
LB8421 ERJ2GE0R00X
MIX-R
LB8422 ERJ2GE0R00X
OP_CPU-CLK
LB8691
ERJ2GEJJ101X
ERJ2GEJJ101X
ERJ2GEJJ101X
FL
LB8425 ERJ2GE0R00X
FR
LB8426 ERJ2GE0R00X
SL
LB8427 ERJ2GE0R00X
SR
LB8428 ERJ2GE0R00X
CNT
LB8429 ERJ2GE0R00X
SW
LB8430 ERJ2GE0R00X
A-REF
LB8423 ERJ2GE0R00X
ZFLAG&AMUTE
LB8424
CKC36
CKC37
CKC40
CKC41
CKC45
CKC48
CKC49
CKC50
CKC44
ERJ2GE0R00X
AUDIODIGITAL
LB8491
CL8430
CL8491
ERJ2GE0R00X
OP_CPU-CMD
LB8693
OP_CPU-STAT
LB8692
FL8103
F1H0J1050022
FL8102
F1H0J1050022
FL8101
F1H0J1050022
FL8104
F1J1E1040022
VCC
GND
GND
VCC
CPU-CLK
CPU-CMD
CPU-STAT
Y/PY/G
CB/PB/B
CR/PR/R
Y
C
D+1.2V
C8695
0.1
C8691
0.1
LB8690
J0JCC0000091
IC8421
IC8691
C0JBAA000346
AND GATE LOGIC IC
IC8421
C0FBBK000050
8-CH DAC IC
QR8420
B1GBCFJJ0047
AUDIO MUTING SWITCH
IC8695
C0JBAA000346
AND GATE LOGIC IC
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
M+9V
ZERO2
VOUT1
VOUT2
VCOM
AGND2
VCC2
VOUT3
VOUT4
VOUT5
VOUT6
AGND1
VCC1
VOUT7
VOUT8
ZERO1
MS
MC
MD
SCK
DATA1
BCK
LRCK
VDD
DGND
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
MSEL
1
C8423
6.3V33
C8424
0.1
C8428
0.1
0.1
C8422
0.1
C8427
0.1
C8426
R8420
2.2K
CL8424
C8421
6.3V100
AUDIODIGITAL
CL8021
CL8025
CL8421
SBT3
227
28
326
425
524
623
722
821
920
10 19
11 18
12 17
13 16
14 15
STBDAC
SBO3
CL8023
AMUT
ADAC-CLK
DMIXOUT
SRCK
LRCK
ADOUT0
CL8425
ADOUT1
CL8426
ADOUT2
: DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
K8106
0
94
SA-HT833VP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
1
2
346
47
48
445
544
643
742
841
940
10 39
11 38
12 37
13 36
14 35
15 34
16 33
17 32
18 31
19 30
20 29
21 28
22 27
23 26
24 25
8
7
2
1
6
3
5
4
RX8611
(4.7K x 2) C8611
0.1
R8611
100
R8021 10K
R8022 10K
R8023 47K
RX8021
(10K x 2)
CL8612
CL8611
CL8024
CL8031
CL8032
CL8033
C8651
0.1
C8652
0.1
A0
A1
A2
GND
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A19
A20
XWE
XRESET
NC
WP/ACC
RDY/XBSY
A18
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A16
XBYTE
VSS
DQ15/A-1
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VDD
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
XOE
VSS
XCE
A0
FDT15
FDT7
FDT14
FDT6
FDT13
FDT5
FDT12
FDT4
FDT11
FDT3
FDT10
FDT2
FDT9
FDT1
FDT8
FDT0
EXADT15 EXADR16
EXADT14
EXADT13
EXADT12
EXADT11
EXADT10
EXADT9
EXADT8
EXADR19
EXADR20
NEXWE
EXADR18
EXADR17
EXADT7
EXADT6
EXADT5
EXADT4
EXADT3
EXADT2
EXADT1 EXADT0
PNRST
SCL
SDA
SBT3
CPU-CLK
CPU-STAT
CPU-CMD
TRV-I-SW
IC8611
IC8611
C3EBGC000044
16M EEPROM IC
(NOT SUPPLIED)
IC8651
RFKWMH82H160
16M FLASH ROM IC
95
SA-HT833VP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
1
2
352
53
54
451
550
649
748
847
946
10 45
11 44
12 43
13 42
14 41
15 40
16 39
17 38
18 37
19 36
20 35
21 34
22 33
23 32
24 31
25 30
26 29
27 28
CL8022
CL8026
CL8027
C8031
0.1
VDD
DQ0
VDDQ
DQ1
DQ2
VSSQ
DQ3
DQ4
VDDQ
DQ5
DQ6
VSSQ
DQ7
VDD
LDQM
/WE
/CAS
/RAS
/CS
BA0
BA1
A10/AP
A0
A1
A2
A3
VDD
VSS
DQ15
VSSQ
DQ14
DQ13
VDDQ
DQ12
DQ11
VSSQ
DQ10
DQ9
VDDQ
DQ8
VSS
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS
SDA
SCL
SBO3
SBT3
AMUT
STBDAC
EXADT3
EXADT7
EXADT11
EXADT15
EXADR19
EXADR17
EXADT13
EXADT9
EXADT5
EXADT1
EXADT2
EXADT6
EXADT10
EXADT14
EXADR18
EXADR16
EXADT12
EXADT8
EXADT4
EXADT0
NEXWE
EXADR20
MDQ15
MDQ0
MDQ14
MDQ1
MDQ13
MDQ2
MDQ12
MDQ3
MDQ11
MDQ4
MDQ10
MDQ5
MDQ15
MDQ14
MDQ13
MDQ12
MDQ11
MDQ10
MDQ9
MDQ8
DQM1
CLK
MA11
MA9
MA8
MA7
MA6
MA5
MA4
MDQ0
MDQ1
MDQ2
MDQ3
MDQ4
MDQ5
MDQ6
MDQ7
DQM0
NWE
NCAS
NRAS
NCSM
BA0
BA1
MA10
MA0
MA1
MA2
MA3
FG
C8051
1
C8052
0.1
C8053
220P
C8054
1
C8055
1
C8056
0.1
C8057
2200P
C8011
1
C8010
0.1
C8008
0.1
C8007
0.1
C8005
0.1
C8009 0.1
C8006 0.1
C8004 0.1
C8003 2200P
RX8011
(82 x 4)
RX8012
(82 x 4)
RX8013
(82 x 4)
C8025
0.1
C8022
0.1
C8023
1
C8024
1
C8026
2200P
C8027
0.1
C8028
1
C8013
0.1
C8012
0.1
IC8051
IC8051
64 SDRAM IC
C3ABPG000133
45
12
3
1
2
3
GND
VDD
OUT
NC
CD
VDD
GND
RESET
PNRST
C8606
0.1
C8607
0.22
R8606
100K R8607
10K R8601
1K
C8601
0.1
IC8606
C0EBA0000031
RESET IC
Q8606
B1ABDF000018
SWITCH
Q8607
B1ABDF000018
SWITCH IC8601
C0EBE0000384
RESET IC
R8243 10K
96
SA-HT833VP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
248249250251252
253
254
255
256
10
184
74
247
11
183
75
246
12
182
13
181
76
245
77
244
14
180
15
179
16
178
78
243
79
242
80
241
17
177
18
176
19
175
20
174
81
240
82
239
83
238
84
237
21
173
22
172
23
171
24
170
25
169
85
236
86
235
87
234
88
233
89
232
26
168
27
167
28
166
29
165
30
164
31
163
32
162
90
231
91
230
92
229
93
228
94
227
95
226
96
225
33
161
34
35
159
36
158
97
224
98
223
99
222
100
221
37
157
38
156
39
155
40
154
41
153
42
152
43
151
44
150
101
220
102
219
103
218
104
217
105
216
106
215
107
214
108
213
160
45
149
46
148
47
147
48
146
49
145
50
144
51
143
52
142
109
212
110
211
111
210
112
209
113
208
114
207
115
206
116
205
53
141
54
140
55
138
56
137
57
136
58
135
59
134
60
133
61
132
62
131
63
130
64
129
117
204
118
203
119
202
120
201
121
200
122
199
123
198
124
197
125
196
126
195
127
194
128
193
139
CL8028
CL8029
CL8030
CL8035
CL8036
MDQ9
MDQ5
VSS
MDQ10
MDQ4
VDD33
MDQ11
MDQ3
VSS
MDQ12
MDQ2
VDD33
MDQ13
MDQ1
MDQ14
VSS
MDQ0
MDQ15
VDD33
VSS
EXADR20
NEXWE
EXADT0
EXADT4
EXADT8
VDD12
EXADT12
VDD33
VSS
EXADR16
EXADR18
EXADT14
EXADT10
VDD33
VSS
EXADT6
EXADT2
NEXCE
EXADT1
EXADT5
EXADT9
EXADT13
EXADR17
VDD12
EXADR19
EXADT15
EXADT11
VDD33
VSS
EXADT7
EXADT3
NEXOE
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
P9
P8
P7
VDD33
MMOD
VSS
MDQ24
VSS
VDD33
TRCST
TRCDATA3
TRCDATA2
TRCDATA1
TRCDATA0
TRCCLK
EXTRG1
SDATA
EXTRG0
SCLOCK
VSS
VDD33
IECOUT
ADOUT0
ADOUT1
ADOUT2
VSS
VDD12
ADOUT3
SRCK
LRCK
EXTCK
VDD33
OSCO
OSCI
VSS
DACCK
AVSSG
AVDDG
AVSSE
AVDDE
DAC5OUT
AVSSF
DAC4OUT
COMP
IREF1
VREF
DAC3OUT
DAC2OUT
AVDDF
DAC1OUT
PWM0
PWM1
VCOF/AD4
AVSSH
VREFH10
AD0
VREFL10
AVDDH
AD1
AD2
VIN1
VIN2
VIN3
VIN4
VIN5
VIN6
VIN7
VIN8
VIN9
VIN10
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
FG
NRST
VSS
DRV0
DRV1
DRV2
DRV3
DRV4
DRV5
DRV6
DRV7
DRV8
VDD33
P16
P17
VSS
MONI7
VDD12
MONI6
MONI5
MONI4
VSS
MONI3
MONI2
MONI1
MONI0
AVDDD
PLFIL1
AVSSD
VREFH7
VREFM7
VREFL7
CCAPA
AVSSC
CDATA
AVDDC
ANAMONI1
ANAMONI2
RFINN
RFINP
VIN6RF
VIN5RF
VIN4RF
VIN3RF
VIN2RF
VIN1RF
AVDDB
VREFH5
VREFM5
VREFL5
AVSSB
LPC1
LPC01
LPC2
LPC02
VREFH
VHALF
MDQ6
VDD33
MDQ8
VSS
MDQ7
DQM1
VSS
DQM0
NWE
VSS
VDD33
NCAS
NRAS
MCK
VSS
MCKI
NCSM
VDD33
MA9
MA11
VDD12
VSS
BA0
MA8
BA1
VDD33
MA10
VSS
MA7
MA0
MA6
VDD33
MA1
MA5
VSS
MA2
MA4
VDD12
VSS
MA3
VDD33
DQM2
DQM3
VSS
MDQ16
MDQ31
MDQ17
VDD33
MDQ30
MDQ18
MDQ29
VSS
MDQ19
MDQ28
VDD33
VSS
MDQ20
MDQ27
MDQ21
MDQ26
VDD33
MDQ22
MDQ25
MDQ23
VHALF
VREFH
LPC02
LPC2
LPC01
LPC1
VIN1
VIN2
VIN3
VIN4
RFINP
RFINN
MUTE12
CL8002
TL8220
TL8219
TL8218
TL8217
TL8216
TL8215
TL8214
TL8213
CL8003
RAM_CD
TRV-I-SW
MUTE3
HFMON
DRV1
DRV0
PNRST
FG
CPU-CMD
CPU-STAT
CPU-CLK
KMODE
MDQ9
MDQ6
MDQ8
MDQ7
DQM1
DQM0
NWE
NCAS
NRAS
NCSM
CLK
MA9
MA11
MA8
MA10
BA0
BA1
MA7
MA0
MA6
MA1
MA5
MA2
MA4
MA3
FDT0
FDT15
FDT1
FDT14
FDT2
FDT13
FDT3
FDT12
FDT4
FDT11
FDT5
FDT10
FDT6
FDT9
FDT7
C8203 0.1
C8211 0.033
C8212 0.1
C8213 0.1
C8214 0.1
C8215 5600P
C8216 0.018
C8204 0.1
C8205 0.1
C8225 0.1
C8226 0.1
C8227 0.1
C8221 0.1
C8222 0.1
C8223 0.1
C8224 0.1
C8229
1
RX8014
(82 x 4)
RX8015
(22 x 2)
RX8016
(82 x 4)
RX8017
(82 x 4)
RX8018
(82 x 4)
C8021
0.1
R8011 22
C8020 0.1
C8019 1
C8018 0.1
IC8001
MN2DS0003APH
DV2.1 IC
TL8211
TL8212
0.1
C8207
97
SA-HT833VP
D8231
MA2J11100L
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DVD MODULE CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: CD-DA SIGNAL LINE
: DVD AUDIO SIGNAL LINE
: DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
D+1.2V
AUDIODIGITAL
ADOUT0
ADOUT1
ADOUT2
DMIXOUT
C
Y
CR/PR/R
CB/PB/B
Y/PY/G
SRCK
LRCK
ADAC-CLK
FODRV
TRDRV
AD0
KMODE
CL8034
RX8032
(4.7K x 2)
RX8031
(4.7K x 2)
L8302
J0JCC0000079
L8301
G1C100KA0055
C8302
6.3V33
C8301
6.3V220
R8325
160
R8326
0
R8321
160
R8322
10
R8341
82
R8335
82
R8331
160
R8332
10
VIN1
VIN2
VIN3
VIN4
VIN5
VIN6
VIN7
VIN8
VIN5
VIN6
FDT8
C8228
1
C8201
6.3V100
C8202
6.3V100
C8206
1
L8201
G1C100K00020
L8202
J0JCC0000079
R8231
10K
CL8231
CL8206
CL8233
CL8234
CL8236
CL8235
C8233
4700P
C8237
1000P C8238
820P
C8236
1000P
C8235
1000P
R8233
15K
R8236
8.2K
R8235
8.2K
C8232 0.1
C8234 0.1
C8303 0.1
C8312 1
C8304 1
C8311 0.1
R8311 2.4K
R8312 1KR8313 24K R8314 0
LB8401
ERJ2GEJ151X
C8308
15P
R8621
1M
R8622 C8622 12P
C8621 12P
270
H0J270500085
X8621
C8014 0.1
R8401 47K RX8401
(100 x 2)
RX8402
(100 x 2)
R8402 100
R8407 100
R8404 100
R8041
33
C8015 1
C8016 1
C8017
0.1
CL8040
CKA3
CKB4
CKB6
CKB2
CKA4
CKA5
CKA6
CKA7
CKA2
CKA1
C8002
4V330
C8001
6.3V100 LB8002
J0JHC0000045
LB8001
J0JHC0000045
R8315 6.8
C8208 0.1
C8307 0.1
D+3.3V
AD1
D+3.3V
D+3.3V
R8421
0
CKB9
CKB3
CKB1
K8031
0
98
SA-HT833VP
23.3. Main Circuit
R2606
47K
IC2601
C0JBAS000252
ANALOG SWITCH IC
IC2601
R2605
10K
C2602
0.01
R2602
4.7K
R2601
820
R2603
33K
R2604
100K
R1351
470
Q1354
B1AAGD000016
TUNER 5V
C1351
0.01
Q1352
B1AAGD000016
5V REG
Q1351
B1AAGD000016
REGULATOR
C1352
6.3V47
D1351
MAZ4056NHF
R4581
470
QR4505
UNR521600L
MUTING SWITCH
R4582
470
R4527
0
QR4506
UNR521600L
MUTING SWITCH
QR4504
B1GDBFNN0001
MUTING SWITCH
R4513
2.2K
L
MIX_TUN_L
MIX_TUN_R
MUTE TC
AUDIO_5V
SW_REG_12R3V
R
IF
IF
IF
IF
STUN_L
IF TUN_CTR
STUN_R
IF DVD_CTR
+7.5V
-7.5V
MIX_R_OUT
MIX_L_OUT
VAUDIO_5V
STUNER_5V
IF UNREG_6V
VVIDEO_5V
IF REG_12V
IF
IF TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_L
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_R
MAIN (AUDIO:A) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-9
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
: AM/FM SIGNAL LINE
C2601
0.01
TL4508
R4528
0
TL4509
TL1002
8910
567
11
4
12
3
13
2
14
1
99
SA-HT833VP
1
2
3
: AUX SIGNAL LINE
TW4501
VWJ0795=10
R4303
22K
W521
0
R4304
22K
R4538 33K
C4536
0.01 C4517
6.3V22
R4540
330
R4525
1K
R4539 330
C4516 16V10
C4567 25V3.3
FL4561
EFCT4R5MS5W
C4509 0.01
C4511 0.1
C4534 0.015
C4508 0.033
C4506 16V10
C4507 6.3V22
R4505
6.8K
R4510
6.8K
R4502
47K
R4509
47K
C4505
6.3V33 W515
0
W514
0
C4304
50V0.22
C4303 50V0.22
R4558 15K
R4554 15K
C4563 0.1
C4578 1
C4502 16V10
C4503 16V10
C4577 16V10
C4504 16V10
R4301
47K
R4302
47K
C4519 16V10
C4520 16V10
C4522 6.3V22
C4537
56P
C4512
0.22
R4500
1K
L4502
G0C391JA0019
C4535
0.015
R4534
120K
C4510 0.01
C4572 50V2.2 TL4507
C4521 16V10
R4602
6.8K
R4601
33K
C4524 0.1
C4576 0.022
C4574
50V3.3
C4514 16V10
C4513 6.3V22
C4515 6.3V33
L4501
G0C1R2J00004
TL4502 TL4501
C4523
0.01
C4565 0.1
R4563
1K
C4568
0.01
R4508
1K
C4575 0.1
C4570 0.1
C4501 0.1
SW_REG_12R3V
R
L
MIX_TUN_L
MIX_TUN_R
FM MIX
MUTE TC
TL4552
AUDIO_5V
C4538
0.01
C4525
16V22
V
V
V
S
S
A_R
VAUX_L
VAUX_R
A_L
A_COM
AUDIO_HSW
ABS_NORMALL
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-10
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
MAIN (AUDIO:A) CIRCUIT
FM_MUTEH S
R4529
680
VNORMAL_OUT
VNORMAL_IN
SBIL_ST_MO
SSIF_OUT
SOSD_FSC_IN
SIIC_DATA
SIIC_CLK
TL4511
C4530 150P
C4531 150P
TW4502
VWJ0795=10
ENVE
D4501
MA2C165001VT
IC4501
HI-FI IC
REC
DET
ZZ-PROM
adj LOGIN
VCO-f0
NAI
VCC(12V)
E2
E1
E4
GND
E2
E1
E4
REF1
VREF1
CUEDET
E3
BS IN[L]
E3
BS IN[R]
REF1
NR DET1
NR DET2
NR REF
CCAOUT
PB FM IN
OUT
ENV
AH SW
VCC
HA1
GND
HA2
CCA 0
HIF/NOR
NR REF
NR DET2
R
L
GND
NC
DC OUT R
MTS VCC(5V)
MAIN OUT
SUB LEVDET
LED PORT L
VCC(5V)
GND
RECADJ
NA0
SUB REF
COMP
AMP HEAD
SIF IN
DEM REF
MAIN REF
REG
CLK
GND
MUTE CT
NR DET1
DATA
AN3663FBP-TV
TL4510
123456789
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
10
39
26
55
11
38
27
54
12
37
13
36
28
53
29
52
14
35
15
34
16
33
30
51
31
50
32
49
SD_RECH
100
SA-HT833VP
MAIN (DVD INTERFACE:IF) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-11
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
2
1
5
4
3
2
15
4
3
2
1
3
4
8
7
6
5
P36005
TO CD LOADING CIRCUIT
(CN1) ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-30
14 13 12 10
11 2
4
6
8
97531
PLAY_SW
STOCK_SW
LOAD_R
LOAD_F
OPEN_SW
LED
SENSOR
BOTTOM_SW
UP_DOWN_R
UP_DOWN_F
D_GND
CHANGE_SW
PLAY_SW
ST_SW
LOAD_R
LOAD_F
OPEN_SW
LED
POS
BT_SW
UP/DOWN_R
UP/DOWN_F
CH_SW
P_GND
+7.5V
15
14
13
12
11
10
2
4
6
8
9
7
5
3
1
17
19
18
16
HP_R HP_R
HP_L
HP_SW
JOG_B
JOG_A
5V_VCC
SDATA
SCK
CS
FL_RESET
UNREG_-30V
F+
F-
HP_GND
HP_L
HP_SW
GND
GND
JOG_B
JOG_A
P_SAVE[L]
5V_VCC
KEY_2
KEY_1
SDATA
SCK
CS
FL RESET
UNREG-30V
F+
F-
P36001
TO
FRONT
PANEL B
CIRCUIT
(P7201) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-28
P36002
TO
FRONT
PANEL A
CIRCUIT
(P7202) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-29
1
2
3
4
5
6KEY_1 KEY_1
KEY_2
VREF
ECS
ECK
EDA
VOUT_M+9V
P_ON [H]
RESET
VCC_L
5V_VCC
VREF_1
VREF
KEY_2
GND
GND
GND
P36008
15 14 13 12 10
11 2
4
6
8
97531
17
19
21
23
24 22 20 18 16
HP_R
ASP_DAT
MUTE_S
MUTE_H
MUTE_HP
MUTE_C
W522 0
MUTE_F
SS_CLK
SS_DAT
MUTE_WS
HP_L
HB_CTRL HB_CTRL
SL
CNT
SR
DVD_SR
WS_MUTE
DVD_SL
DVD_CNT
MAIN_R
GND
MAIN_L
D_GND
SS_DATA
SS_CLK
VOL_CLK
MUTE_F
GND
MUTE_C
VOL_DA
MUTE_SUR
+7.5V +7.5V
MUTE_SW MUTE_SW
HP_R
MUTE_HP
HP_GND
MUTE_HIC
HP_L
TO ASP CIRCUIT (P2101)
ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-21
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_R A
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_L
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_R
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_L A/V
IR
IR
20
REG_9V S
KEY2 S
KEY1 S
TUN_CTR
TUN_CTR A
DVD_CTR
DVD_CTR A
C36006
0.022
C36005
330P
R36066
22K
C36004
330P
R36065
22K
C36009
10V22
R36089
47K
R36111
680
D36011
D36003
D36003
B0JACE000001
C36017
6.3V1000
C36008
0.1
D36006
D36004
B0JACE000003
D36002,D36006,
D36010,D36011
B0JACE000001
D36002
D36010
C33002
16V22
R36067
4.7K
C36007
330P
(NOT SUPPLIED)
IC36002
C3EBEG000072
EEPROM IC
IC33001
C0CBCHG00005
DC-DC CONVERTER IC
Q33009
Q33009
KRC103STA
RESET SWITCH
GND
VOUT
ADJ
VIN
VC
R36103 220
C36016
0.1
MUTE_LINE
MUTE_LINE V
OPECON_CS
OPECON_CS S
IC_DATA_CLK
IC_DATA_CLK S
IC_DATA_OUT
IC_DATA_OUT S
IC_DATA_IN
IC_DATA_IN S
R33009
24K
C33022
10V22
R33010
4.7K
IC33002
C0CBCYG00003
DC-DC CONVERTER IC
VC
VIN
ADJ
GND
VOUT
GND
ASP_CLK
P_SAVE[L]
UNREG_11V
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_R
TV_VCR_AUX_MIX_L
101
SA-HT833VP
123456789
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
10
71
40
91
11
70
41
90
12
69
13
68
42
89
43
88
14
67
15
66
16
65
44
87
45
86
46
85
17
64
18
63
19
62
20
61
47
84
48
83
49
82
50
81
21
60
22
59
23
58
24
57
25
56
26
55
27
54
28
53
29
52
30
51
45
12
3
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE
MAIN (DVD INTERFACE:IF) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-12
C_MIX
FR_FC2
FR_FC1
R36023
10K
R36021 220
R36041 330
R36042 330
R36043 680
R36044 680
R36045 680
R36046 100
R36047 100
R36049 100
L36001
G0C3R3JA0019
R36050
820
R36051
0
W506
0
R36052
0
C36014
0.1
R36055 10K
R36054 10K
R36053 10K
R36056 10K
R36057 10K
R36022 220
JOG_A
JOG_B
TUN_CTR W528 0
DVD_CTR
FR_FC2
VREF
VCC_L
ST_SW
PLAY_SW
VREF
LOAD_R
LOAD_F
OPEN_SW
RESET
5V_VCC
KEY_1
SDATA
CS
SCK
FL_RESET
KEY_2
R36020
10K
R36100
10K
R36040
100
R36101 220
TL36010
R36039 100
R36038 330
R36037 330
R36036 330
R36035 330
R36034 330
R36033 0
R36108 220
R36110 220
C36003 0.1
R36102
10K
VREF
DCDET
MUTE_S
MUTE_F
MUTE_C
MUTE_WS
MUTE_H
ECK
EDA
ECS
W534
0
MUTE_HP
SURR_FC1
HB_LEVEL
HB_CTRL
SURR_FC2
HP_SW
MUTE_LINE
DVD_PCNT
ASW_PCONT
R36109 220
FR_FC1
OPECON_CS
VREF
VREF
MUTE_SW
C_MIX
CH_SW
SS_CLK
SS_DAT
UP/DOWN_F
IC_DATA_CLK
IC_DATA_OUT
IC_DATA_IN
DVD_CK
DVD_STA
DVD_CMD
VREF
MUTE_DVD
UP/DOWN_R
IR
BT_SW
POS
TL36007
TL36005
TL36006
TL36004 R36014 220
R36015 220
R36016 220
R36017 220
R36018 220
R36019 220
R36082 220
R36087 330
R36025 220
ASP_CLK
R36026 220
ASP_DAT
R36024 220
R36030 220
R36029 220
R36027 220
R36028 220
R36106 220
R36092 10K
R36104 10K
TU_SDA
TU_SCL
TU_TUNED
WIDE1
S
TU_ST
S
IR
S
S
S
VREF_1
X36001
H2B100500004
TL36001
W510 0
W538 0
31
2
TL36003
TL36002
TL36028
TL36035
C36010
0.01
C36018
0.033
IC36003
C0EBH0000172
POWER DETECT IC
QR36001
B1GBCFNN0016
R36085 10K
R36062
22K
R36001
10K
R36063
22K
R36064
22K
R36058 220
R36060 220
W509
0
W500
0
W536 0
R36105
220
R36061 220
R36059 220
R36002 220
R36005 220
R36006 220
R36008 220
R36074 220
R36075 0
R36076 1K
R36077 1K
R36013 10K
C36002 0.1
C36001 6.3V100
R36083 10K
R36010 22K
R36009 22K
R36093 10K
R36096 10K
R36007 1K
R36004 1K
R36080 220
JOG_A
JOG_B
LED_HB
TUNER_CTR
DVD_CTR
FR_FC2
FLD_DA
IC36001
C2CBJG000576
MICROCONTROLLER
FLD_CS
FLD_CK
FLD_RST
KEY2
NC
DES_3
DES_2
DES_1
AVSS
KEY1
VREF
AVCC
NC
DEMO_SEL
MUTE_SW
C_MIX
CH_SW
CE
SSS_CLK
SSS_DAT
UP/DOWN_F
NC
EPM
ASP_CLK
ASP_DAT
V_CS
V_CLK
V_DI
V_DO
NC
DVD_CK
DVD_STA
DVD_CMD
LED_1
LED_2
ASW_PDET
LED_3
LED_4
PWR_SAVE
MUTE_S
LED_5
MUTE_F
MUTE_C
LED_BACK
HP_SW
MUTE_L
DVD_PCNT
ASW_PCONT
DSP_COM
VSS
MUTE_WS
VCC
FR_FC1
V_MUTE_1
MUTE_H
SURR_FC2
ECK
EDA
ECS
MUTE_HP
SURR_FC1
HB_LEVEL
HB_MUTE
PLAY_SW
ST_SW
LOAD_R
WS_LINK
WIDE1
LOAD_F
OPEN_SW
GND
CNVSS
WS_DET
WS_MUTE
RESET
XOUT
VSS
XIN
VCC
/NWI
ASW_AC
RMT
P_FAIL
NC
V_MUTE2
POS
BT_SW
TU_ST
UP/DOWN_R
MUTE_DVD
TU_TUNED
TU_SCL
TU_SDA
P36009
15 14 13 12 10
11 2
4
6
8
97531
17 16
CMIX
FR_FC2
FR_FC1
SURR_FC2 SURR_FC2
SURR_FC1
SURR_FC1
HB_LEVEL HB_LEVEL
WS_SR
GND
WS_SL
PCONT
DC_DET
DVD_FL
GND
SYS6V
DVD_FR
-7.5V -7.5V
DVD SUBW
TO ASP CIRCUIT (P2102)
ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-21
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
P36010
2
4
6
87531
5V
PGND
WS_LINK
WS_DET
WS_MUTE
WS_SR
AGND
WS_SL
R36003
10K
D36005
MA2C700A0F
TL36015
TL36037
P_SAVE[L]
UNREG_6V
REG_5V
W537
0
W502
0
W533
0
C36019
6.3V1000
FL
DCDET
FR
SW
ASW_PCONT
TO DIGITAL TRANSMITTER
MUTING SWITCH
D36014
D36014
B0JACE000001
MONO S
D36015 B0JACE000001
QR36004
B1GDCFLL0027
MUTING SWITCH
R36115
10K
R36097
10K
102
SA-HT833VP
MAIN (DVD INTERFACE:IF) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-13
: +B SIGNAL LINE : DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
P_ON [H]
L_A+5V
D+5V
VOUT_M+9V
DVD_PCNT
5V_VCC
UNREG_6V
REG_5V
UNREG_16V
UNREG_6V
UNREG_6V S/A/V
UNREG_3V
WIDE1
C
C33516
0.01
C33531
0.01
C33517 6.3V330
C33509 6.3V1000
C33510 6.3V100
C33501
6.3V220
C33504
0.01
COUT
SDCOUT
VOUT
VSAG
GND2
YOUT
YSAG
VCC
CYOUT
CYSAG
VCC
CBOUT
CBSAG
GND2
CROUT
CRSAG
VCC2
CIN
MUTE1
SDCIN
Y EXT TRAP
YIN
BIAS
GND
CY EXT
TRAP
LIN1
LIN2
CYIN
LBOUT
CBIN
MUTE2
CRIN
C33522 6.3V22
C33502
0.01
C33014
6.3V220
R33001
270
R36113
27K
W539
0
R36114
100K
R33007
100K
R33002
3.9K
C33006
0.1
C36020
0.1
L36003
G0C220JA0052
C33007
10V47
C36021
10V47
R33006
1.6K
R36112
680
D33004
MAZ4062NLF
C33001
0.01
D33001
MAZ4056NHF
D36013
B0JACE000001
Q33001
B1AAGD000016
REGULATOR
Q33003
2SC3940A0A
REGULATOR
QR33003
B1GDCFLL0027
POWER SUPPLY
Q33008
2SD0601A0L
SWITCH
Q33005
2SD0601A0L
SWITCH
Q33011
2SD0601A0L
SWITCH
Q36001
2SD0601A0L
SWITCH
QR36003
B1GDCFLL0027
SWITCH
QR36002
B1GBCFNN0016
SWITCH
Q33002
2SB14170PA
SWITCH
Q33006
2SD0602A0L
REGULATOR
Q33007
B1AAGD000016
REGULATOR
IC33501
AN13330A-VF
8 BIT MICROCONTROLLER IC
IC33501
L33501
G0C220JA0019
C33015
6.3V220
VIDEO_CR V
Y
C33505
0.1 C33506
0.1
D33002
MA2C165001VT
R33004
120
R33003
1.2K
TL36014 D+1.2V
DVD_C_OUT
V
DVD_OUT
V
R33511 10K
C33503
0.01
Y/PY/G
C33507
1
CB/PB/B
C33508
1
CR/PR/R
C33515 6.3V330
VIDEO_CB V
C33513 6V1000
C33514 6.3V100
VIDEO_Y V
C33511 6.3V1000
C33512 6.3V100
DVD_Y_OUT V
12
31
32
3
30
4
29
5
28
6
27
7
26
8
25
9
24
10
23
11
22
12
21
13
20
14
19
15
18
16
17
MUTE_HP
D36012
MAZ4062NLF
C33016
6.3V47
103
SA-HT833VP
MAIN (DVD INTERFACE:IF) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-14
: +B SIGNAL LINE : DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
M+9V
-7.5V
MIX-R
MIX-L
UNREG_16V
P_ON [H]
PONH S
UNREG_38V S
REG_12V S/A/V
UNREG_16V S
-7.5V A
+7.5V
+7.5V
A
15
14
13
12
11
10
2
4
6
8
9
7
5
3
1
30
29
28
27
26
25
17
19
21
23
24
22
20
18
16
36
35
34
33
32
31
50
49
48
47
46
38
40
42
44
45
43
41
39
37
14
13
12
11
10
2
4
6
8
9
7
5
3
1
MIX_R_OUT A
MIX_L_OUT A
UNREG_6V
R34002
2.2K
C34012
0.01
C34013
50V4.7
R34003
330 W527
0
R34004
330
R34005
5.1K
R1360
10K
C34015
50V4.7
D36001
MAZ4075NHF
D34001
B0BA7R900004
Q34003
B1AAGD000016
REGULATOR
Q34004
B1BCCG000002
REGULATOR
Q1360
2SD0602A0L
REGULATOR
D34011
B0AAED000003
C33004
0.01
R33005
10K
QR33002
B1GDCFLL0027
SWITCH
Q33004
B1AAGD000016
REGULATOR
QR33013
B1GBCFNN0016
SWITCH
C33018
0.1
C33005
50V4.7
D33003
MAZ4130NLF
C33019
0.1
GND [M]
UNREG_38V
UNREG_6V
UNREG_16V
UNREG_-30V
GND
GND
D_GND
HE [-]
HE [+]
UNREG_3V
UNREG_11V
MICON_5V
UNREG_6V
UNREG_16V
P31001
P36004
UNREG_-30V
UNREG_-30V
F-
P_SAVE[L]
F+
UNREG_3V
UNREG_11V
P_SAVE[L]
UNREG_16V
C34405
1000P
C34427
1000P
R34426
3.3K
R34427
3.3K
R34428
3.3K
R34429
3.3K
C34414
16V47
C34415
16V47
L34001 G0C270JA0019
AUDIODIGITAL
DGND
ZFLAG&AMUTE
A-REF
SW
ADACGND
CNT
ADACGND
SR
AGND
A+5V
AGND
A+5V
DGND
D+5V
DGND
D+5V
DGND
OP_CPU_CLK
OP_CPU_CMD
OP_CPU_STAT
MGND
M+9V
MGND
M+9V
DGND
D+1.2V
DGND
D+1.2V
ADACGND
SL
ADACGND
FR
ADACGND
FL
ADACGND
MIX-R
ADAC5V
MIX-L
ADAC5V
C
VGND
Y
VGND
CR/PR/R
VGND
CB/PB/B
VGND
Y/PY/G
C
MIX-L
L_A+5V
MIX-R
FL
FR
SL
SR
CNT
SW
MUTE_DVD
D+5V
L_A+5V
D+1.2V
VOUT_M+9V
M+9V
DVD_CK
DVD_CMD
DVD_STA
Y
CR/PR/R
CB/PB/B
Y/PY/G
VGND
LB33003 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33004 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33002 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33005 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33008 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33007 ERJ3GEY0R00V
LB33009 ERJ3GEY0R00V
C33017 0.01
LB33006 J0JHC0000021
LB33011 J0JCC0000188
LB33010 J0JCC0000188
LB33012 J0JCC0000188
LB33001 J0JCC0000188
LB33013 J0JCC0000188
TL36011
TL36008
TO
DVD
MODULE
CIRCUIT
(FP8101) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-4
TO
POWER
CIRCUIT
(P1102) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-26
QR1361
B1GDCFLL0027
SWITCH
QR1363
B1GBCFNN0016
SWITCH
C36022
50V1
104
SA-HT833VP
X6002
D7751
B0JACE000001
IC6201
POWER DETECT IC
IC6201
TW1004
R6307
2.2K
S1532
MODE SW
Q6305
2SD0601A0L
+B REGULATOR
C6101 0.1
C6004 15P
R6003 22K
L6001
G0C5R6JA0019
C6002 22P
C6001 18P
R6401 1K
C6007
82P
R6309
820
IC6301
C0DBCHD00004
REGULATOR IC
D6306
MAZ4056NHF
C6006
100P
C6302
0.01
C6307
0.01
R2563 1K
R2562 47K
C2572
25V220
P2571
TL2502
C2561
0.056
C6308
6.3V47
R7751
1K
D7752
MA2C700A0F
B7751
N4BCT50A0005
D6302
B0JACE000001
R6201
3.3K
TL6004
TW6010
D7754
B0JACE000001
Q6306
+B REGULATOR
D6305
MAZ4062NLF
C6301
0.01
P7502
D7753
B0AAED000003
C7752
6.3V330
C6103 0.01
C6003 18P
X6002
H0A327200098
C0EBH0000172
X6001
H0D120500009
2SD0601A0L
V
GND[FG]
CAP R/F CAP R/F
M GND
TL TL
EC EC1
CAP VM
FG1 FG1
UNREG 6V
G
V
A
A/V
V
V
A
5V 5V
5V
V
IF
A
UNREG16V
POS.SW1
POS.SW3
POS.SW4
POS.SW2
P_ON_H
ART_V_H_N
AVR_L
ART_V_H_N
AVR_L
VIDEO_H_SW
AUDIO_HSW
D_RECH
ABS_NORMALL
BIASH
FM_MUTE_H
FM_MUTEH
REG_12V
VIDEO_5V VIDEO_5V
VIDEO_H_SW
A_H_SW
D_REC_H
ABS_NORM_L
BIAS_H
C6303
6.3V47
C2571
25V220
C7505
6.3V100
P.FAIL
UNREG 6V
+5VA
5VAD
UNREG16V
UNREG16V
IF
IF
IR IR
IF UNREG_6V UNREG 6V
UNREG_38V UNREG 38V
IF UNREG_16V
VTRACKING_ENV TRK_ENV
MAIN (SYSTEM CONTROL:S) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-15
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: FM/AM SIGNAL LINE
TO
TUNER
PACK
TU7502
(ENG06811QF)
TO
VCR DECK
CIRCUIT
(P201) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-31
W518
0
C6102
0.01
4
2
1
3
5
2
4
6
8
7
5
3
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
8
7
99V
GND
9V
FM_DET
RCH
STEREO
LCH
TUNED
SDA
CL
PORT_SEL
R7502 470
R7501 470
C7503
3900P
C7502
3900P
C7501
0.01
R7504
12K
R7503
12K
TU_SCLIF TU_SCLIF
REG_9VIF
TU_SDAIF
TU_TUNEDIF
TUN_LA
TU_STIF
TUN_RA
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
123
C2562
0.056
TL7501
MONOIF
C6019
1000P
105
SA-HT833VP
TW2015
C6014
TW2002
R6005
10K
C6011
IC6001
C2CBHF000410
S1531
SAFETY TAB
R6006 18K
R2001
R6102
C6010
0.01
KEY2
KEY1
IF
IF
R6013
1M
R6012
560
C6013
1
R6001
C6008
C6009
R6002
1K
C2051
6.3V22
R2002
1M
C2053 16V10
C2055
0.1
C2054
3900P
C2001
33P
D2001
B0AAED000003
D2002
B0AAED000003
C2003
TL2015
R6107
R6106
TL6001
C6016
1000P
R6017
2.2K
C6015
0.033
C6017
470P
R6104 220
R2551
R2561
R6105 220
R6004 220
C6112
33P
C6113
33P
C6005
50V3.3
1000P
0.01 3.9K
2.2K
1K
470P
0.01
1
220
220
C7709
1800P
10K
1K
SW2
KILLER[H]/
TVANTPOW
[L]
IF
EEPROM_CS
HLF
5V[OSD]
CVOUT
VHOLD
S.TAB [L]
FM_MUTE [H]
SW1
BIAS [H]
CAP.ET
P_ON_H
CYL.ET
T.REEL.
PULSE
S.REEL.PULSE
P.FAIL[L]
CODE1
KEY1
KEY2
KEY3
KEY4
L2_FM
T.S.
CURVE
DVD OUT [H]
TEST2
256HZ/ROMCOLE
32K.ST[L]
TL
EC1
SDA
P.FAIL
SCL
5VAD
OSD.FSC IN
NUB[GND]
4FC.LPF
OSD[GND]
CVIN
PAL_SQPB[H]
GND[OSC]
PAL_PB[L]
LC.OSC OUT
LC.OSC IN FG.AMP.IN
FG.AMP.OUT
MESECAM[H]
OPEF
PFG PFG
GND[A]
CAP R/F
CAP R/F
SP[L]
SYSCON/SERVO/TIMER/MICON/OSD
IIC.DATA
IIC.CLK
LOADING[H]
SQPB
UNLOADING[H] RIN
FIN
EX.FF/REW[L]
FG1
EEPROM CLK
VBI2
CHARA+HEM
A.SEARCH[L]
VBI1/CHARA
EEPROM OUT
NUA[GND]
SECAM_MIX
DVD_IN[H]
CVIN[EDS]
EEPROM IN
IC.DATA.CLOCK
IC.DATA.OUT
IC.DATA.IN
IF
IF
V/A
V/A
V
V
V
EC2
T-PHOTO
5V[AD]
CTL.HEAD[+]
CTL.HEAD[-]
PB.CTL.OUT
CTL.AMP.REF
+5V[A]
S CAS[H]
IREF
S-PHOTO
S-PHOTO
CURRENT_LIMIT
BIL_ST_MO/PICT2
ART.V/H/N
VIDEO.H.SW
AUDIO.H.SW
D.REC[H]
OPECON_CS
NC
REMOCON
TRACKING_ENVE
PB X5[H]
NC
ABS_NORM [L]
AVR [L]
32KHz.OUT
32KHz.IN
RESET[L]
POS.SW1
POS.SW3
POS.SW2
POS.SW1
POS.SW3
POS.SW4
POS.SW4
POS.SW2
12MHz.OUT
12MHz.IN
+5V[D]
IR
TRK_ENV
ART_V_H_N
BIAS_H
VIDEO_H_SW
TW6008
W526 0
A_H_SW
D_REC_H
ABS_NORM_L
AVR_L
FM_MUTE_H
VIDEO_5V
OSD_FSC_IN
OSD_VIDEO_IN
IC_DATA_IN
IC_DATA_CLK
IIC_CLK
IIC_DATA P_ON_H
CTL_HEAD [+]
CTL_HEAD [-]
CTL_HEAD_M
CTL_HEAD_P
+5VA
S_VHS_PB_H
IC_DATA_OUT
R6010
10K
R6016 10K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1213
14
15
16
17
181920
21
22
23
2425
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
26
27
28
29
30
51 52 53 54 55
N
R6026
3.3K
ART_V_H_N
SREEL
TREEL
T-PHOTO
5VAD
T.S.CURVE
IF PONH
V
V
VBI2
VBI1
V/A
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-16
: +B SIGNAL LINE
OSD_VIDEO_OUT
V
MAIN (SYSTEM CONTROL:S) CIRCUIT
TW2001
TL6010
R6009 10K
R6029 10K
R6028 10K
TL6015
TL6002
TL6014
R6021 10K
R6020 10K
BIL_ST_MO A
OPECON_CS IF
DVD_OUTH V
W512
0
W513
0
R6405 47K
106
SA-HT833VP
C2520
0.1
IC2502
C0DBZJG00007
Q1501
T PHOTO S PHOTO
Q1501
C2506
0.22
C2513
1
C6111
0.1
IC2501
CYLINDER DRIVE/
LOADING DRIVE IC
IC2501
C2502
6.3V220
C2510
C2511
R2515
220
R2514
220
R2521
1K
R2516
220
C2512
0.1
R2502
R2523 100
C2509
16V22
C2519
0.01
R6400
100
C2501 0.1
C2508 1800P
R2520 18K
C2505
0.022
C2504
0.022
R2501
R2552
10K
C2551
0.056
C2552
0.056
C2515
0.01 R2522 100
C2507
1000P
IC1511
T-REEL SENSOR
Q1502
Q1502
R1501
27K
R1502
27K
IC1512
S-REEL SENSOR
IC1511
IC1512
TL6013
R1513
120
D1501
B3EA00000072
R1503
150
TL6012
R1511
27K
R1512
27K
P2501
C2518
0.01
P1531
TO
VCR VIDEO HEAD
0.1
0.1
1.5
33K
IC
PNA2604M01VT PNA2604M01VT
C1AB00001767
B3NAA0000049
B3NAA0000049
IF
A
VG
VCC
PFG
PFG
GND
CST
OUT1
VM2
RNF
M3
RIN
RIN
UNREG16V
COM
L GND M2
VM
FIN
FIN
M1OUT2
V
V
A
PG+
PG OUT
PG-
EC
EC2
PCI
CT1
CT2
CNF
S-PHOTO
LOADING M[+]
LOADING M[+]
M
LOADING M[-] LOADING M[-]
M2
PG-
PG+
COM
GND
M3
M1
MECHA
UNREG_16V
P_ON_ H
TUN_V_IN
SIF_OUT
SIF_OUT
S_VHS_PBH
REGULATOR IC
TUN_V_IN
S_VHS_PB_H
TUNER_5V
TUNER5V
17
18
19
20
27
8
9
10
21
15
16
11
12
7
6
22
5
23
4
24
3
25
13
26
14
2
1
5V
TREEL
T-PHOTO
SREEL
5VAD
+5VA
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-17
: +B SIGNAL LINE
2
1
4
5
3
MAIN (SYSTEM CONTROL:S) CIRCUIT
R6022
1K
W516
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
AFT
SIF OUT
A_OUT
V_OUT
NC
BTL
BC
SDA
SCL
IF OUT
NC
NC
V_IN
CTR
NX
CH_SW
A_IN
BT
TUN_V_IN
T.S.CURVE
SIF_OUT
UNREG_38V
TUNER5V
SDA
SCL
R7604 0
W529
0
W530
0
W531
0
C7602
50V1
C7603
6.3V47
C7604
0.01
C7605
33P
C7606
33P
D7601
MAZ4300NMF
R7601
1K
R7602 0
R7603 0
TU7601
ENGF6503GF
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
1
2
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
: VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
107
SA-HT833VP
6
43
2
1
2
1
2
4
6
5
3
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
9
P5001
P4002
J1
T4081
G2A362C00005
Q4083
2SD0601A0L
R4085
1K
Q4081
B1AAGD000016
BIAS OSC
BIAS OSC
BIAS OSC
BIAS OSC
POWER SUPPLY D.REC (H:OFF)
Q4084
2SB0710A0L
L4081
G0C471KA0004
R4086 2.2K
QR4081
B1GDCFJJ0040
C4084
1800P
C4083
6.3V47
C4085
0.068
QR4082
B1GBCFNN0016
R4087
2.2K
W519
0
C4081
R4082
3.3K
C5001 0.01
C5002 0.01
C5003 0.01
C5004 0.01
P4001
R4084
1K
Q4082
2SD114900L
R2099
6.8K
C2099
680P
C4082
470P
R4015
20K
W525
0
W524
0
R4081
8.2K
0.022
VEE0U97
FULL E
FULL E
A HEAD[V]
GND
A HEAD[V]
CTL HEAD[+]
CTL HEAD[-]
A HEAD[R]
AE IN
A L
A COM
A R
EP COM EP COM
EP L EP L
EP R EP R
SP COM SP COM
SP L SP L
SP R SP R
D_REC_H
AUDIO_5V
BIASH
CTL_HEAD [+]
CTL_HEAD [-]
A_R
A_COM
A_L
MAIN (VIDEO:V) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-18
A
A
A
R4071
W523
0
15K
C4065
1800P
S
S
A
S
UNREG_6V
IF
S
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: MAIN SIGNAL LINE
AUDIO/CONTROL HEAD
SP(L)
AUDIO
HEAD(L)
AUDIO
HEAD(R)
CYLINDER HEAD
SP(R)
EP(L)
EP(R)
FULL
ERASE
HEAD
AUDIO
ERASE
HEAD
AUDIO
HEAD
CONTROL
HEAD
R4083
2.2
108
SA-HT833VP
R4061
330K
C4061
0.01 R4062
10K C4062
6.3V33 R4063
200
94
TRK_ENV
95
TRACKING_ENV S
C4064 1800P
C4041 25V4.7
C4063 50V3.3
C4042 25V4.7
: +B SIGNAL LINE
MAIN (VIDEO:V) CIRCUIT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-19
C4018
W517
0
6.3V22
A HEAD [V]
95
94
VIDEO5V
EP R
EP COM
EP L
SP R
SP COM
SP L
VIDEO5V
VIDEO5V
TRK_ENV
C3047
0.1
L5001
G0C680JA0019
R3038
2.2K
C5005
6.3V100
C5006
0.1
R4011
15K
R3020
1.5K
R3024
1K
R3002
3.9K
R3005 2.2K
R3004
3.3K
L3301
G0C270JA0019
C3011
6.3V47 C3012
0.1
R3025
3.3K
R3026
3.3K
C3004
150P
L3001
G0C271JA0019
R4012
22K
NORMAL_INA
TUN_V_INS
AVR_LS
S_VHS_PBHS
ART_V_H_NS
VBI1S
VBI2S
NORMAL_OUTA
C4010 16V10
C4601 16V10
C3062 16V10
C3008 50V4.7
C3002 0.1
C3003 0.1
C3005 0.1
C3013 0.1
C3015 0.1
C3029 0.01
C3017 0.1
C3053 0.1
C3022 0.01
C3025 330P
C3016 1
C3019 0.1
C3020 25V3.3
C3021 16V10
R3032 6.8M
C3006 1
C3010 1
C3007 33P
R3001 6.2K
R3003 1.5K
VIDEO5V
17
29
VIDEO_5VS
OSD_FSC_INS
L3302
G0C680JA0019 VIDEO5V
C3028
6.3V47
C3027
0.01
C3052
0.1
C3030 0.01
C3034 2P
R3012 1K
L3005
G0C120JA0019
C3033 1
L3303
G0C270JA0019
C3031 0.1
C3035 0.1
C3041 0.022
C3040 0.47
C3038 4700P
C3036 25V3.3
R3013 27K
C3039 0.033
C3032 6.3V47
C3037 50V2.2
C3042 25V4.7
C3099
6.3V100
X3001
H0D357400068
IC3001
C1AB00002083
AV IC
R3018 15K
IIC_CLK
IIC_DATA S
S
TW3001
VIDEO_H_SWS
VIDEO5V
Q3003
2SD0601A0L
SWITCH
C3065
0.22
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