SAPT850EE

User Manual: SAPT850EE

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lGENERAL
Power Supply:
A
C 230 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption: 135 W
Power Consumption in Standby Mode:
approx. 0.8 W
Dimensions (W×H×D): 430×60×363 mm
Mass: Main unit approx. 3.5 kg
Operating Temperature Range: +5°C to +35°C (+41°F to
+95°F)
Operating Humidity Range: 5% to 90% RH (no
condensation)
lAMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS Output Power: Dolby Digital Mode
lTotal RMS Dolby Digital mode power:
1000 W
At 1 kHz and total harmonic of 10%
lFront Ch: 125 W / Channel (3 )
lCenter Ch: 250 W / Channel (6 )
lSurround Ch: 125 W / Channel (3 )
At 100 Hz and total harmonic of 10%
lSubwoofer Ch: 250 W / Channel (6 )
©2007 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All
rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
SA-PT850EE
Colour
(S).......................Silver Type
(K).......................Black Type
DIN Output Power: Dolby Digital Mode
lTotal DIN Dolby Digital mode power:
590 W
At 1 kHz and total harmonic of 1%
lFront Ch: 75 W / Channel (3 )
lCenter Ch: 145 W / Channel (6 )
lSurround Ch: 75 W / Channel (3 )
At 100 Hz and total harmonic of 1%
lSubwoofer Ch: 145 W / Channel (6 )
lFM TUNER, TERMINALS SECTION
Preset Memory: FM 30 stations
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Frequency range: 87.50-108.00 MHz
(50-kHz step)
Sensitivity: 1.8 µV (IHF)
S/N 26 dB: 1.4 µV
Antenna terminals: 75 (unbalanced)
Digital Audio Input:
Optical digital input: Optical terminal
Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Phone Jack:
DVD Home Theater Sound System
Specifications
ORDER NO. MD0705016CE
Terminal: Stereo, 3.5 mm jack
Mic Jack:
Sensitivity: 0.7 mV, 1.2 k
Terminal: Mono, 6.3 mm jack (2 system)
Front Music Port:
Sensitivity: 100 mV, 1.4 k
Terminal: Stereo, 3.5 mm jack
USB Port:
USB standard: USB 2.0 full speed
Media file format support: MP3 (*.mp3)
WMA (*.wma)
JPEG (*.Jpg, *.JPEG)
MPEG4 (*.asf)
USB device file system: (FAT12) (FAT16) (FAT32)
USB Port power: Max. 500 mA
lDISC SECTION
Discs played (8 cm or 12 cm):
(1) DVD [DVD-Video, DivX (*6, *7)]
(2) DVD-RAM [DVD-VR, MP3 (*2, *7), JPEG (*4, *7), MPEG4
(*5, *7), DivX (*6, *7)]
(3) DVD-R [DVD-Video, DVD-VR, MP3 (*2, *7), JPEG (*4, *7),
MPEG4 (*5, *7), DivX (*6, *7)]
(4) DVD-R DL [DVD-Video, DVD-VR]
(5) DVD-RW [DVD-Video, DVD-VR, MP3 (*2, *7), JPEG (*4, *7),
MPEG4 (*5, *7), DivX (*6, *7)]
(6) +R/+RW [Video]
(7) +R DL [Video]
(8) CD, CD-R/RW [CD-DA, Video CD, SVCD (*1), MP3 (*2, *7),
WMA (*3, *7), JPEG (*4, *7), MPEG4 (*5, *7), DivX (*6, *7),
HighMAT Level 2 (Audio and Image)]
*1 Conforming to IEC62107
*2 MPEG-1 Layer 3, MPEG-2 Layer 3
*3 Windows Media Audio Ver.9.0 L3
lNot compatible with Multiple Bit Rate (MBR)
*4 Exif Ver 2.1 JPEG Baseline files
lPicture resolution: between 160 x 120 and 6144 x 4096
pixels (Sub sampling is 4:0:0, 4:2:0, 4:2:2, or 4:4:4).
Extremely long and narrow pictures may not be displayed.
*5 MPEG4 data recorded with the Panasonic SD multi cameras
or DVD video recorders.
lConforming to SD VIDEO specifications (ASF standard)/
MPEG4 (Simple Profile) video system/G.726 audio system.
*6 Plays all versions of DivX® video (including DivX®6) with
standard playback of DivX® media files. Certified to the DivX
Home Theater Profile.
*7 The total combined maximum number of recognizable audio,
picture and video contents and groups: 4000 audio, picture
and video contents and 400 groups.
Pick Up:
Wavelength:
lCD: 785 nm
lDVD: 662 nm
Laser power:
lCD: CLASS 1M
lDVD: CLASS 1
Audio Output (Disc):
Number of channels: 5.1 ch (FL, FR, C, SL, SR,
SW)
lVIDEO SECTION
V
ideo System: PAL 625/50, PAL 525/60,
NTSC
Composite Video Output:
lOutput level: 1 Vp-p (75 )
lTerminal: Scart jack (1 system)
S-video Output:
lY output level: 1 Vp-p (75 )
lC output level: PAL; 0.3 Vp-p (75 )
NTSC; 0.286 Vp-p (75 )
lTerminal Scart jack (1 system)
Component Video Output: (NTSC: 480p/480i, PAL: 576p/576i)
lY output level: 1 Vp-p (75 )
lPBoutput level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
lPRoutput level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
lTerminal: Pin jack (Y: green, PB: blue,
PR: red) (1 system)
RGB Video Output:
lR output level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
lG output level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
lB output level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
lTerminal: Scart jack (1 system)
HDMI AV Output:
lTerminal: Type A connector (19 pin)
This unit supports “HDAVI Control 2” function.
Note:
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mass and dimensions are approximate.
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
analyzer.
Solder:
This model uses lead free solder (PbF).
Mechanism:
This model uses DL2S (Single tray) mechanism.
Refer to their respective original service manuals for *1, *2,
*3, *4.
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1 Safety Precautions 6
1.1. GENERAL GUIDELINES 6
1.2. Before Repair and Adjustment 6
1.3. Protection Circuitry 6
1.4. Safety Parts Information 7
2 Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices 8
3 Precaution of Laser Diode 9
4 About Lead Free Solder (PbF) 10
4.1. Service caution based on legal restrictions 10
5 Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit 11
5.1. Cautions to Be Taken in Handling the Optical Pickup Unit
11
5.2. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention 11
6 Accessories 13
7 Operation Procedures 14
7.1. Remote Control Key Buttons Operations 14
7.2. Main Unit Key Buttons Operations 15
7.3. Using the VIERA Link "HDAVI Control™" 16
7.4. Music Port Connection and Operation 17
7.5. USB Connection and Operation 18
7.6. Audio & Video Connections 19
7.7. Disc Information 20
8 New Features 22
8.1. About HDMI 22
9 Self-Diagnosis and Special Mode Setting 24
9.1. Service Mode Summary Table 24
9.2. Service Mode Table 24
9.3. DVD Self Diagnostic Function-Error Code 32
9.4. Sales Demonstration Lock Function 35
9.5. Service Precautions 36
10 Assembling and Disassembling 37
10.1. Disassembly Flow Chart 38
10.2. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations 39
10.3. Disassembly of Top Cabinet 40
10.4. Disassembly of the DVD Lid (When taking out disc
manually) 40
10.5. Disassembly of Front Panel 41
10.6. Disassembly of Volume P.C.B. 41
10.7. Disassembly of Mic P.C.B. 42
10.8. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B. 42
10.9. Disassembly of USB P.C.B. 43
10.10. Disassembly of Scart P.C.B. 43
10.11. Disassembly of Rear Panel 43
10.12. Disassembly of DVD Mechanism Unit 44
10.13. Disassembly of Relay P.C.B. 44
10.14. Disassembly of DVD Module P.C.B. 44
10.15. Disassembly of Main P.C.B. 45
10.16. Replacement of Regulator IC (IC2903) 45
10.17. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B. 46
10.18. Replacement of Digital Amp IC (IC5000) 47
10.19. Disassembly of SMPS & AC-Inlet P.C.B. 47
10.20. Replacement of Switch Regulator IC/Diode
(IC5701/D5702) 48
10.21. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5801/D5 802) 48
10.22. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5803) 49
11 Assembly and Disassembly of DVD Mechanism Unit 50
11.1. Disassembly Procedure 50
12 Service Position 55
12.1. Checking & Repairing Scart P.C.B. 55
12.2. Checking & Repairing Panel P.C.B. 55
12.3. Checking & Repairing Mic P.C.B. 55
12.4. Checking & Repairing Main P.C.B. 55
12.5. Checking & Repairing D-Amp P.C.B. 56
12.6. Checking & Repairing DVD Module P.C.B. 56
12.7. Checking & Repairing SMPS P.C.B. 57
13 Measurements and Adjustments 58
13.1. Service Tools and Equipment 58
13.2. Important points in adjustment 58
13.3. Storing and handling of test discs 58
13.4. Optical adjustment 59
14 Abbreviations 60
15 Voltage and Waveform Chart 62
15.1. DVD Module P.C.B. 62
15.2. Main P.C.B. 64
15.3. D-Amp P.C.B. 65
15.4. SMPS P.C.B. 65
15.5. Panel & Tray Loading P.C.B. 66
15.6. Scart P.C.B. 66
15.7. Mic P.C.B. 66
15.8. Waveform Chart 67
16 Illustration of IC's, Transistors and Diodes 69
17 Wiring Connection Diagram 71
18 Block Diagram 73
18.1. System Control 73
18.2. DVD (Servo) 74
18.3. DVD (Audio) 75
18.4. DVD (Video) 76
18.5. DVD (HDMI) 77
18.6. Audio 78
CONTENTS
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18.7. Audio Digital Amp 79
18.8. Power 80
19 Schematic Diagram Notes 81
20 Schematic Diagram 83
20.1. DVD Module (DV5/HDMI) Circuit 83
20.2. Main, Panel & Mic Circuit 88
20.3. D-Amp & SMPS Circuit 94
20.4. Scart Circuit 98
20.5. Volume, USB, AC-Inlet, Relay, Tray Loading & Optical
Pickup Unit Circuit 99
21 Printed Circuit Board 101
21.1. DVD Module P.C.B. 101
21.2. Main P.C.B. 102
21.3. Panel, Volume & Mic P.C.B. 103
21.4. D-Amp & USB P.C.B. 104
21.5. SMPS P.C.B. 105
21.6. AC-Inlet, Scart, Relay & Tray Loading P.C.B. 106
22 Basic Troubleshooting Guide 107
22.1. Basic Troubleshooting Guide for Traverse Unit (DVD
Module P.C.B) 107
22.2. Basic Troubleshooting Guide for HDMI AV output 108
23 Overall Block Diagram for PT850 110
23.1. SC-PT850 Simplified Block 110
23.2. SC-PT850 Power Block 111
23.3. SC-PT850 SMPS Block 112
24 Terminal Function of ICs 113
24.1. IC2001 (C2CBYY000418): System Control IC 113
25 Exploded Views 114
25.1. Cabinet Parts Location 115
25.2. Packaging 117
26 Replacement Parts List 118
26.1. Component Parts List 119
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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. 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, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
3. After servicing, carry out the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.
1.1.1. LEAKAGE CURRENT COLD CHECK
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, 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
1.1.2. LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK
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 capacitors, 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. In case a measurement is outside 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.
Figure 1
1.2. Before Repair and Adjustment
Disconnect AC power to discharge unit AC Capacitors as such C5700, C5701, C5703, C5706, C5707 through a 10 ,10W
resistor to ground.
Caution:
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 230 V, 50 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode volume minimal should be ~ 600 mA.
1.3. Protection Circuitry
The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed:
·
No sound is heard when the power is turned 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
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“shorted”, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used.
If this occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:
1. Turn off the power.
2. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.
3. Turn on the power once again after one minute.
Note:
When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again.
1.4. Safety Parts Information
Safety Parts List:
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety.
These parts are marked by in the Schematic Diagrams & Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these critical parts
should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the original design
without permission of manufacturer.
Table 1
Reference No. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
340 RAE2024Z-S TRAVERSE UNIT [M]
PC5701 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M]
PC5702 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M]
PC5720 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M]
PC5799 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M]
D5701 B0FBAR000041 DIODE [M]
DZ5701 ERZV10V511CS ZENER [M]
TH5701 D4CAC8R00002 THERMISTOR [M]
TH5860 D4CC11040013 THERMISTOR [M]
L2101 J0JBC0000015 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L2201 J0JBC0000015 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L2802 J0JBC0000015 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L2803 J0JBC0000015 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L2804 J0JBC0000015 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L5001 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5002 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5201 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5301 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5401 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5402 G0B9R5K00003 LINE CHOKE COIL [M]
L5701 ELF15N035AN LINE FILTER [M]
L5702 ELF22V035B COIL [M]
L5703 ELF22V020A LINE FILTER COIL [M]
L6101 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6201 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6801 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6904 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6905 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6906 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6907 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6908 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
L6909 J0JBC0000019 CHIP INDUCTOR [M]
T2900 G4D1A0000117 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER [M]
T5701 ETS42BN1A6AD MAIN TRANSFORMER [M]
T5751 ETS19AB236AG BACK-UP TRANSFORMER [M]
F1 K5D502BNA005 FUSE [M]
FP2900 K5G401A00008 FUSE PROTECTOR [M]
P5701 K2AA2B000015 JACK AC INLET [M]
A2 K2CQ2CA00007 AC CORD [M]
C5700 F1BAF1020020 1000P [M]
C5701 ECQU2A334MLA 0.33 [M]
C5703 ECQU2A104MLC 0.1 [M]
C5706 F1BAF1020020 1000P [M]
C5707 F1BAF1020020 1000P [M]
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2 Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static 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 electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped 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 equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup 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 removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static (ESD protected)" can
generate electrical charge sufficient 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, aluminum 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 bodily 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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3 Precaution of Laser Diode
CAUTION :
This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned on, invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pickup lens.
Wavelength : 662nm/785nm
Maximum output radiation power from pickup : 100µW/VDE
Laser radiation from pickup unit is safety level, but be sure the followings:
1. Do not disassemble the pickup unit, since radiation from exposed laser diode is dangerous.
2. Do not adjust the variable resistor on the pickup unit. It was already adjusted.
3. Do not look at the focus lens using optical instruments.
4. Recommend not to look at pickup lens for a long time.
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4 About Lead Free Solder (PbF)
4.1. Service caution based on legal restrictions
4.1.1. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)
The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this
equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.
The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin
(Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30 degrees C (86°F) more than that
of the normal solder.
Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used
The letter of “PbF” is printed either foil side or components side on the PCB using the lead free solder.
(See right figure)
Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF)
·
The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used.
(Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the PCB using the lead free solder.)
·
To put lead free solder, it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder.
·
Remove the remaining lead free solder on the PCB cleanly for soldering of the new IC.
·
Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder, it takes the longer time to melt
the lead free solder.
·
Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30
degrees C (662±86°F).
Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.)
·
The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route.
RFKZ03D01K-----------(0.3mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ06D01K-----------(0.6mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ10D01K-----------(1.0mm 100g Reel)
Note
* Ingredient: tin (Sn), 96.5%, silver (Ag) 3.0%, Copper (Cu) 0.5%, Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0.1 to 0.3%
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5 Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit
The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may break down due to static electricity of clothes or human body. Special care must be
taken avoid caution to electrostatic breakdown when servicing and handling the laser diode in the traverse unit.
5.1. Cautions to Be Taken in Handling the Optical Pickup Unit
The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may be damaged due to electrostatic discharge generating from clothes or human body.
Special care must be taken avoid caution to electrostatic discharge damage when servicing the laser diode.
1. Do not give a considerable shock to the optical pickup unit as it has an extremely high-precise structure.
2. To prevent the laser diode from the electrostatic discharge damage, the flexible cable of the optical pickup unit removed should
be short-circuited with a short pin or a clip.
3. The flexible cable may be cut off if an excessive force is applied to it. Use caution when handling the flexible cable.
4. The antistatic FPC is connected to the new optical pickup unit. After replacing the optical pickup unit and connecting the flexible
cable, cut off the antistatic FPC.
5.2. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention
Some devices such as the DVD player use the optical pickup (laser diode) and the optical pickup will be damaged by static
electricity in the working environment. Proceed servicing works under the working environment where grounding works is
completed.
5.2.1. Worktable grounding
1. Put a conductive material (sheet) or iron sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed, and ground the sheet.
5.2.2. Human body grounding
1. Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity form your body.
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Remote control
Antenna wire
Calibration mic
Screw
AC cord
Speaker cord
Mic
Speaker label
6 Accessories
·
Note: Refer to “Replacement Parts List” (Section 26) for the part number.
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7 Operation Procedures
7.1. Remote Control Key Buttons Operations
Adjust the television volume
Select the source
DVD: DVD/CD
FM
EXT-IN: USB , AV , AUX,
D-IN, MUSIC P.
Start up and play a disc automatically,
Control both the home theater system and the
television
Adjust the volume of the main unit
Basic operations for play
Show a disc menu or play list
Select or confirm menu items on the
television screen , Frame-by-frame
Return to previous screen
Show the Setup menu
Television operations
Switch the main unit on or off
Change the television’s video input mode
Select disc’s title numbers and etc.,
Enter numbers
Select preset radio stations
Show a disc top menu
or program list
Show the display on the main unit,
This function enables you to turn off the unit
automatically after the set time
SLEEP 30 SLEEP 60 SLEEP 90
OFF SLEEP 120
To confi rm the remaining time
To mute the sound
To cancel
Press [MUTING] again or adjust the
volume.
Muting is cancelled when you switch the
unit to standby.
To cancel the timer
Press and hold [ SLEEP] to select "OFF".
Press and hold [ SLEEP] again.
"AV" works only when the scart cable is connected.
Show on-screen menu
Karaoke
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7.2. Main Unit Key Buttons Operations
AC supply indicator [AC IN]
This indicator lights when the unit
is connected to the AC mains
supply.
Open or close the
disc tray
Display
Stop playback, Select the tuning mode,
Adjust the FM reception condition
/ TUNE
Skipping or slow-search play,
Select the radio stations
MUSIC PORT jack
C
Auto speaker setup
onnect an external device
VOLUME , +
Turn the volume
up or down
SELECTOR
DVD/CD USB FM AV
MUSIC P. D-IN (Digital In) AUX
USB jack
Connect a USB device
Press to switch the unit from on to
standby mode or vice versa. In standby
mode, the unit is still consuming a small
amount of power.
Disc playback
Memorise the receiving
radio stations
Headphones
(not included)
Headphone plug type:
Standby/on switch [ /I]
OPEN/CLOSE
/ TUNE MODE / FM MODE
/MEMORY
3.5 mm stereo mini plug
Reduce the volume before
connecting.
Audio is automatically
switched to 2-channel stereo.
To prevent hearing damage,
avoid listening for prolonged
periods of time.
"AV" works only when the scart cable is connected.
MIC jack
Connect a microphone
MIC VOL
Adjust the microphone volume
Remote control signal sensor
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7.3. Using the VIERA Link “HDAVI Control™”
What is VIERA Link "HDAVI Control"?
VIERA Link "HDAVI Control" is a convenient function that
offers linked operation of this unit, and a Panasonic television
(VIERA) under "HDAVI Control". You can use this function
by connecting the equipment with the HDMI cable. See the
operating instructions for connected equipment for operational
details.
This unit supports "HDAVI Control 2" function.
The TV with "HDAVI Control 2" function enables the following
operation:
VIERA Link Control only with TVs remote control (for "HDAVI
Control 2") ( see right)
Preparation
Confirm that the HDMI connection (Refer to the O/I book)
has been made.
Confirm that the scart cable is not connected.
Set "VIERA Link" to "On"
( pOI age 28, "HDMI" tab).
To complete and activate the connection correctly, turn on
all VIERA Link HDAVI Control compatible equipment and set
the television to the corresponding HDMI input mode for the
home theater system.
Whenever the connection or settings are changed, reconfi rm
the points above.
One Touch Play
You can turn on the home theater system and television, and
start playing the disc in the play position with a single press of
a button.
Note
Playback may not be immediately displayed on the television. If
you miss the beginning portion of playback, press [ ] or [ ]
to go back to where playback started.
Auto input switching
HDMI input mode for the home theater system, the home
theater system will automatically switch to "DVD/CD" if it is
in "AUX " or "D-IN " mode.
When you start disc play, the television will automatically switch
to the HDMI input mode for the home theater system.
Speaker control
You can select whether audio is output from the home theater
system or the television speakers by using the television menu
settings. For details, refer to the operating instructions of your
television.
Home Cinema
Theater speakers are active.
To cancel muting, you can also use the home theater remote
control ( Refer to the O/I book).
If you turn off the home theater system, television speakers
will be automatically activated.
TV
Television speakers are active.
To toggle which input source the main unit will automatically
switch to, press [ SETUP] while the main unit is in "AUX " or
"D-IN" mode.
The default setting is "AUX".
Power off link
When the television is turned off, the home theater system
goes into standby mode automatically.
When the television is turned on, the home theater system
does not turn on automatically. (Power on link is not
available.)
For "AUX" or "D-IN" mode, power off link can be set to work
with one or the other. To toggle the mode that this function
works with, press [ SETUP] while the main unit is in "AUX"
or "D-IN" mode.
The default setting is "AUX".
Note
Only the home theater system turns off when you press [ ] for
shutting it down. Other connected equipment compatible with
VIERA Link HDAVI Control stay on.
VIERA Link Control only with TV’s remote control
(for "HDAVI Control 2")
You can control the disc menus of the home theater system
with the TV s remote control when using the "DVD/CD" or
"USB" source. When operating the TV s remote control, refer to
the below illustration for operation buttons.
1. Select the theater operation menu by using
the television menu settings.
(For details, refer to the operating
instructions of your television.)
ENTER/
PLAY
RETURN
2. Select the desired item.
: Shows a disc
top menu or
progam list.
: Shows a disc menu
or play list.
: The basic operations
for discs are
available.
Note
Depending on the menu, some button operations cannot be
performed from the TVs remote control.
"Control Panel" can be selected directly by using a button on the
TV s remote control (e.g. [OPTION]).
The television speakers are automatically muted.
You can control the volume setting using the volume or
mute button on the TVs remote control. (The volume level is
displayed on the main units FL display.)
Theater speakers will be automatically activated ( see below).
This function also works if you press [ , PLAY] on the home
theater remote control during home theater standby mode.
When you switch the television input to:
TV tuner mode, the home theater system will automatically
switch to "AUX " or "D-IN ".
When the home theater system is in standby mode,
changing the television speakers to theater speakers in the
television menu will automatically turn the home theater
system on and select "AUX " or "D-IN " as the source.
To toggle the mode that this function works with, press
[ SETUP] while the main unit is in "AUX " or "D-IN" mode.
The default setting is "AUX ".
Audio output is 2-channel audio.
When switching between the theater and television speakers,
the TV screen may be blank for several seconds.
This function works only when "DVD/CD", "USB", "AUX "
or "D-IN " is selected as the source on the home theater
system.
The volume of the home theater system is set to "0".
This function works only when "DVD/CD", "USB", "AUX "
or "D-IN " is selected as the source on the home theater
system.
"TOP MENU"
"MENU"
"Control Panel"
To toggle the mode that this function works with, press
[ SETUP] while the main unit is in "AUX" or "D-IN" mode.
The default setting is "AUX".
The home theater system will
automatically switch to "DVD/CD" if it
is in "AUX " or "D-IN ".
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7.4. Music Port Connection and Operation
The Music Port allows you to connect and enjoy music from
an external device (example: MP3 player) through your
home theater system.
Preparation
To avoid distorted sound, make sure that any equalizer
function of your external device is turned off.
1
Reduce the volume and connect the external device
(not included).
Plug type 3.5 mm stereo mini plug
External device
(not included)
Reduce the volume
before connecting.
2
To select "MUSIC P.".
USB AUX D-IN (Digital In)
MUSIC P.
3
Adjust the external device volume to a normal listening
level, and then adjust the volume of the main unit.
You can enjoy surround sound when you turn on
Super Surround (MOVIE, MUSIC) ( Refer to the O/I book).
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7.5. USB Connection and Operation
The USB connectivity enables you to connect and play
tracks or files from USB mass storage class devices.
Typically, USB memory devices. (Bulk only transfer)
Preparation
Before connecting any USB mass storage device to the
unit, ensure that the data stored therein has been backed
up.
It is not recommended to use a USB extension cable. The
USB device is not recognised by this unit.
1
Connect the USB mass storage device (not included).
USB enabled device
(not included)
It is not recommended to use a
USB extension cable. The device
connected via the cable will not be
recognised by this unit.
2
To select "USB" as the source, press several times.
USB AV
AUX
D-IN (Digital In)
MUSIC P.
3
Adjust the volume of the main unit.
4
Begin playback by selecting the track from the USB
mass storage device.
To return to the previous screen
Press [ RETURN]
For other operating functions, they are similar as those
described in "DISC OPERATIONS" ( Refer to the O/I book).
Compatible Devices
Devices w hich are defined as USB m ass storage
class :
USB devices that support bulk only transfer.
USB devices that support USB 2.0 full speed.
Supported Formats
Fil e name tFil e ex ension
Still pictures JPG .jpg .jpeg
Music MP3
WMA
.mp3
.wma
Video MPEG4 .asf
For Panasonic D-Snap/DIGA
Note
CBI (Control/Bulk/Interrupt) is not supported.
Digital Cameras that use PTP protocol or which require
additional program installation when connected to a PC are not
supported.
[Only FAT 12/16/32 (File Allocation Table 12/16/32) file system is
supported].
Depending on the sector size, some files may not work.
It will not operate with Janus enabled MTP (Media Transfer
Protocol) devices.
A device using NTFS file system is not supported.
Maximum folder: 400 fo
file
file
files
lders
Maximum : 4000
Maximum name: 44 characters
Maximum folder name: 44 characters
Only one memory card will be selected when connecting a multi-
port USB card reader. Typically the first memory card inserted.
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7.6. Audio & Video Connections
7.6.1. Television with an HDMI Terminal
Television with an HDMI terminal
AV IN AV OUT
HDMI cable (not included)
HDMI-compatible
television
(not included)
Use the HDMI connection to enjoy higher quality audio and video
with a single cable.
Set "Video Output Mode" ( "Picture Menu" of the O/I book).
VIERA Link (HDAVI Control)
If your Panasonic television is a VIERA Link compatible television,
you can operate your television synchronising with home theater
operations or vice versa.
Note
Make the extra audio connection (Refer to the O/I book) when you use HDAVI
Control function.
It is recommended that you use Panasonics HDMI cable.
[Recommended part number: RP-CDHG15 (1.5 m), RP-CDHG30 (3.0 m),
RP-CDHG50 (5.0 m), etc.]
Non-HDMI-compliant cables cannot be utilised.
Set "Video Mode" to "On" and "Audio Output" to "On"
(Refer to
Refer to
"HDMI" tab of the O/I book)..
7.6.2. Optional Connection for Set Top Box, Cable TV, or Video Cassette Recorder
Set top box
(not included)
Television
(not included)
Rear panel of
this main unit
SCART cable (not included)
SCART cable
(not included)
To listen to the
sound from the
television, select the
appropriate audio out
(example: Monitor) on
the television.
Sound from the television
Press [EXT-IN] (Refer to the O/I book) to select the "AV" audio input on the
remote control.
7.6.3. Optional Audio Connection for Video Cassette Recorder or Television
Video cassette
recorder/ TV
(not included)
(not included)
Rear panel of
this main unit
Audio cable
Press [EXT-IN] (Refer to the O/I book) to select "AUX" as the source
to operate the audio input.
This audio connection will enable you to play audio from
your video cassette recorder or television through your
home theater system.
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7.7. Disc Information
7.7.1. Disc Playability (Media)
This unit can play CD-R/RW recorded with CD-DA or Video CD format.
This unit also plays HighMAT discs.
MPEG4 data recorded with the Panasonic SD multi cameras or DVD video recorders [conforming to SD VIDEO specifications (ASF
standard)/MPEG4 (Simple Profile) video system/G.726 audio system].
Functions added with DivX ultra are not supported.
Plays all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) with standard playback of DivX media lfi fies. Certi ed to the DivX Home Theater
Profile.
Disc Logo
Indicated in
these
instructions by
Remarks
DVD-Video High quality movie and music discs.
Video CD
Music discs with video.
Including SVCD (Conforming to IEC62107).
CD Music discs
Disc Logo
Recorded on a DVD
video recorder, etc. Recorded on a personal computer, etc.
Finalizing
DVD-RAM Not
necessary
DVD-R/RW Necessary
DVD-R DL Necessary
+R/+RW Necessary
+R DL Necessary
CD-R/RW Necessary
Recorded discs ( : Playable, : Not playable)
Note about using a DualDisc
The digital audio content side of a DualDisc does not meet the
technical specifi cations of the Compact Disc Digital Audio
(CD-DA) format so playback may not be possible.
Discs that cannot be played
DVD-RW version 1.0, DVD-Audio, DVD-ROM, CD-ROM,
CDV, CD-G, SACD, Photo CD, DVD-RAM that cannot be
removed from their cartridge, 2.6-GB and 5.2-GB DVD-RAM,
and "Chaoji VCD" available on the market including CVD,
DVCD and SVCD that do not conform to IEC62107.
Video systems
This unit can play PAL and NTSC, but your television
must match the system used on the disc.
PAL discs cannot be correctly viewed on an NTSC
television.
This unit can convert NTSC signals to PAL 60 for
viewing on a PAL television (O/I page 26, "NTSC Disc
Output" in "Video" tab).
1
6
9, 10
8
2
3
5
1
Discs recorded on DVD video recorders or DVD video cameras, etc. using Version 1.1 of the Video Recording Format (a uni ed video
recording standard).
fi
2
Discs recorded on DVD video recorders or DVD video cameras using Version 1.2 o f the Video Recording Format (a uni efi d video
recording standard).
3
Discs recorded on DVD video recorders or DVD video cameras using DVD-Video Format.
4
Recorded using a format different from DVD-Video Format, therefore, some functions cannot be used.
5
A process that allows play on compatible equipment. To play a disc that is displa yed as "Necessary" on this unit, the disc must rfi st be
nfi alized on the device it was recorded on.
6
Closing the session will also work.
7
8
9
10
5
4
7
()
()
It may not be possible to play all the above-mentioned discs in some cases due to the type of disc, the condition of the
recording, the recording method, or how the files were created [Item 7.7.2 File Extension Type Support (WMA/MP3/JPEG/
MPEG4/DivX]
Commercial discs
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7.7.2. File Extension Type Support (WMA/MP3/JPEG/MPEG4/DivX)
Ti ps
for
maki ng
data
discs
Tips for making data discs
When there are more than eight groups, the eighth group onwards will be displayed on one vertical line in the menu
screen.
There may be differences in the display order on the menu screen and computer screen.
This unit cannot play lfi es recorded using packet write.
DVD-RAM
Discs must conform to UDF 2.0.
DVD-R/RW
Discs must conform to UDF bridge (UDF 1.02/ISO9660).
This unit does not support multi-session. Only the default session is played.
CD-R/RW
Discs must conform to ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats).
This unit supports multi-session but if there are many sessions it takes more time for play to start. Keep the number of
sessions to a minimum to avoid this.
Naming folders and files
Files are treated as contents and folders are treated as groups on this unit.
At the time of recording, prefi fix folder and le names. This should be with numbers that have
an equal number of digits, and should be done in the order you want to play them (this may
not work at times). Files must have the extension ( see below).
(Extension: ".WMA" or ".wma")
Compatible compression rate: between 48 kbps and 320 kbps.
You cannot play WMA fi les that are copy-protected.
This unit does not support Multiple Bit Rate (MBR).
(Extension: ".MP3" or ".mp3")
Compatible compression rate: between 32 kbps and 320 kbps.
This unit does not support ID3 tags.
Example:
root
Compatible sampling rates:
DVD-RAM, DVD-R/RW: 11.02, 12, 22.05, 24, 44.1 and 48 kHz
CD-R/RW: 8, 11.02, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz
(Extension: ".JPG", ".jpg", ".JPEG" or ".jpeg")
(Extension: ".ASF" or ".asf")
(Extension: ".DIVX", ".divx", ".AVI" or ".avi")
JPEG lfi es taken on a digital camera that conform to DCF Standard (Design rule for Camera F ile system) Version 1.0 are
displayed. Files that have been altered, edited or saved with computer picture edi ting software may not be displayed.
You can play MPEG4 data [conforming to SD VIDEO speci cfi ations (ASF standard)/MPEG4 (Simple Pro le) video
system/G.726 audio system] recorded with Panasonic SD multi cameras or DVD video rec orders with this unit.
The recording date may differ from that of the actual date.
This unit cannot display moving pictures, MOTION JPEG and other such formats, and still pictures other than JPEG
(Example: TIFF), or play pictures with attached audio.
You can play all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) [DivX video system/MP3, Dolby Digital or MPEG audio
system] with standard playback of DivX media lfi es. Functions added with DivX Ultra are not supported.
GMC (Global Motion Compensation) is not supported.
This unit supports all resolutions up to maximum of 720 x 480 (NTSC)/720 x 576 (PAL).
You can select up to eight types of audio and subtitles on this unit.
fi
DivX les greater than 2 GB or have no index may not be played properly on this unit.
fi
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8 New Features
8.1. About HDMI
8.1.1. What is HDMI?
8.1.2. Advanced Digital Pictures
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8.1.3. Advanced Digital Sound
8.1.4. Easy to Use
8.1.5. HDMI Compatible Products
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9 Self-Diagnosis and Special Mode Setting
9.1. Service Mode Summary Table
The service modes can be activated by pressing various button combination on the main unit and remote control unit.
Below is the summary for the various modes for checking:
Player buttons Remote control unit buttons Application Note
[STOP] [0] Error code check. (Refer to the section
“9.2.1. Service Mode
Table 1” for more
information.)
[5] Jitter checking.
[PAUSE] Initial setting of laser drive current.
[FUNCTIONS] DVD laser drive current check. (Refer to the section
“9.2.2. Service Mode
Table 2” for more
information.)
[1] ADSC internal RAM data check.
[3] CD laser drive current check.
[6] Region display and mode. (Refer to the section
“9.2.3. Service Mode
Table 3“ for more
information.)
[7] Micro-processor firmware version check.
Initialization of the player (factory setting is restored).
Used after replacement of Micro-processor (DV5 LSI) IC, FLASH
ROM IC (IC8651), EEPROM IC (IC8611) and DVD Module
P.C.B.
[8] DVD Module P.C.B. firmware version check. (Refer to the section
“9.2.4. Service Mode
Table 4“ for more
information.)
[MENU] Communication error display.
[TOP MENU] ECC error check.
[EQ] CPPM/CRM keys check.
[ENTER] DVD Module P.C.B. reset.
[ ] Timer 1 check. (Refer to the section
“9.2.5. Service Mode
Table 5“ for more
information.)
[ ] Timer 1 reset.
[ ] Timer 2 check.
[ ] Timer 2 reset.
Note:
An error code will be canceled if a power supply is turned OFF.
*1: CPPM is the copy guard function beforehand written in the disk for protection of copyrights.
*2: CEC is the consumer electronic control used for high-level user control of HDMI-connected devices.
*3: HDCP is the specification developed to control digital audio & video contents transmission for DVI or HDMI connections.
9.2. Service Mode Table
By pressing various button combinations on the main unit and remote control unit, you can activate the various service modes for
checking.
Special Note:
·
Due to the limitations of the no. characters that can be shown on the FL Display, the “FL Display” button on the remote
control unit can be used to show the two display pages. (Display 1 / Display 2).
·
Refer to Section 7.1 for the section on “Remote Control Key Buttons Operations”.
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9.2.1. Service Mode Table 1
FL Display Key Operation
Front Key
Item
Jitter check
Description
Mode Name
Initial setting
of laser drive
current
Error code
check
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
To exit, press [POWER]
button on main unit or
remote control.
Press [FL Display] on
remote control unit for next
page (FL Display) on values
of laser drive current.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Press [POWER] button to
exit.
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on the
main unit, and [5] button on
the remote control unit.
Jitter check.
Jitter rate is measured and displayed.
Measurement is repeatedly done in
the cycle of one second. Read error
counter starts from zero upon mode
setting.
When target block data failed to be
read out, the counter advances by one
increment. When the failure is caused
by minor error, it may be corrected
when retried to enable successful
reading.
In this case, the counter advances by
one. When the error persists even
after retry, the counter may jump by
two or more.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
Jitter rate is shown in decimal notation to
one place of decimal.
Focus drive value is shown in hexadecimal
notation.
(Display 1)
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
(Display 2)
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on the
main unit, and [0] button on
the remote control unit. * With
pointing of cursor up and
down on display.
Error code check
The latest error code stored in the
EEPROM IC is displayed.
Note: Refer to "Section 9.3 DVD Self
Diagnostic Function-Error Code" for
more detailed information on the error
codes.
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on the
main unit, and [PAUSE]
button on the remote
control unit.
Initial setting of laser drive current.
Initial current value for the DVD laser
and CD laser is separately saved in
the EEPROM IC.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
Press [FL Display] on
remote control unit for next
page (FL Display).
Jitter rate
Lead
Error
Counter
Focus Drive
Value
Jitter check
mode
U / H / F
Laser current
measurement
mode
CD
Laser DVD Laser
Error code (play_err) is expressed in the
following convention.
Error code = 0 x DAXX is expressed: DVDnn U12
Error code = 0 x DBXX is expressed: DVDnn H12
Error code = 0 x DXXX is expressed: DVDnn F123
Error code = 0 x 0000 is expressed: DVDnn F---
* "xx" denotes the error code
The value denotes the current in decimal
notation.
The above example shows the initial
current is XXXmA and YYYmA for CD
laser and DVD laser respectively when
the laser is switched on.
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9.2.2. Service Mode Table 2
FL Display Key Operation
Front Key
Item
DescriptionMode Name
Press [FL Display] on
remote control unit for next
page. (FL Display)
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
CD laser drive
current
measurement
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on
the main unit, and [3]
button on the remote
control unit.
CD laser drive current measurement.
CD laser drive current is measured
and the result is displayed together
with the initial value stored in the
EEPROM IC.
After the measurement, CD laser
emission is kept on. It is turned off
when POWER key is switched off.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
CD laser current
measurement mode
CD
laser initial
value
CD laser
value
The value denotes the current in decimal
notation.
The above example shows the initial current
is 0XXmA and the measured value is 0YYmA.
To exit, press [POWER]
button.
ADSC internal
RAM data
check
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on
the main unit, and [1]
button on the remote
ADSC internal RAM data check.
ADSC internal RAM data is read out
and displayed.
The value is shown in hexadecimal
notation. The above example shows the
data in ADSC address FBOh is XXXXh.
Address RAM data
for specified
address
DVD laser
drive current
measurement
Press [FL Display] on
remote control unit for next
page (FL Display) on values
of dvd drive current.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
In STOP (no disc) mode,
press [STOP] button on the
main unit, and
[FUNCTIONS] button on
the remote control unit.
DVD laser drive current measurement.
DVD laser drive current is measured
and the result is displayed together
with the initial value stored in the
EEPROM IC.
After the measurement, DVD laser
emission is kept on. It is turned off
when POWER key is switched off.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
DVD laser current
measurement mode
DVD
Laser
Initial Value
DVD
Laser
Value
The value denotes the current in decimal
notation.
The above example shows the initial
current is XXXmA and the measured
value is YYYmA.
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9.2.3. Service Mode Table 3
FL Display Key Operation
Front Key
Item
DescriptionMode Name
Initialization
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Initialization.
User settings are cancelled and player
is initialized to factory setting.
It is necessary when after replacement
of Micro-processor (DV5 LSI) IC,
FLASH ROM IC (IC8651), EEPROM
IC (IC8611) & DVD Module P.C.B.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Region code display, TV broadcasting
system & the model no. information.
Note: Refer to Figure 2 for "Video
Design Information".
Region display In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [6] button on the
remote control unit.
Region No.: 0-8
N: no PAL / P: PAL
N: NTSC / 6: PAL60
Model
No.
Information
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [ 10] button on the
remote control unit.
If the EEPROM version matches, checksum
[YYYY] is displayed.
If the version of the EEPROM does not match,
[NG] is displayed.
(a) If there is NO EEPROM header string
OR
(b) If there is no EEPROM (no data is received
by Micro-processor), [NO] is displayed.
EEPROM
Checksum
(If applicable,
refer below.)
(Condition1)
Opecon
Version
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
(Display 3)
(Condition 2)
(Condition 3)
Micro-processor
firmware version
display &
EEPROM
checksum
display. Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [7] button on the
remote control unit.
Press [FL Display] button on
remote control unit for next
page. (FL Display)
Micro-processor firmware version
display & EEPROM checksum display.
EEPROM checksum is only available
due to existence of EEPROM IC.
Note: Condition 1/2/3 shows the state
of EEPROM IC.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2 3.
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TV Broadcasting Signal System Region Display
Code System (Default) (Default)
English, Spanish, Canadian
French
(S) Japan 2 NTSC NTSC (*A) 2PN Japanese, English
English, French, German,
Spanish, Polish, Russian,
Czech, Hungarian
English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish, Polish,
Swedish, Dutch
English, French, German,
Spanish, Polish, Russian,
Czech, Hungarian
GCS, GD, South East Asia, PAL English, Traditional Chinese
GT, GCT Korea, Taiwan NTSC
New Zealand, English, French, German,
Australia Italian, Spanish, Polish,
Swedish, Dutch
Central/South/ NTSC (*D) 4PN English, Spanish, French,
Latin America Brazilian Portuguese
English, French, German,
Spanish, Polish, Russian,
Czech, Hungarian
GK China 6 PAL NTSC (*B) 6PN English, Simplified Chinese
5P6
PAL (*C)SECAM5
NTSC4
4GN
EE CIS
PL, GCP, LB
3PN
4P6
PAL (*C)PAL
2P6
PAL (*C)PAL2
2P6
PAL (*C)PAL2
1PN
NTSC1
E Europe 2 PAL PAL (*C)
2P6
P, PC, PX USA, Canada, PX NTSC (*A)
Europe
GC, GS
EB, EG
Middle East
3 NTSC (*B)
Product
OSD Menu Language
Model Series Country Region Region
Explanation of Display
Individual Model Code
can play PAL disc
Region code
N: If NTSC disc is played, NTSC output.
6: If NTSC disc is played, PAL60 output.
NTSC (*A) NTSC (*B)
Source Output Source Output
Screen Saver NTSC Screen Saver NTSC
NTSC disc NTSC NTSC disc NTSC (default)
PAL disc PAL (DVD-V) PAL60
NTSC (DVD-A/VCD) PAL disc PAL60
PAL (*C) NTSC (*D)
Source Output Source Output
Screen Saver PAL Screen Saver NTSC
NTSC disc PAL60 (default) NTSC disc NTSC
NTSC PAL disc NTSC
PAL disc PAL
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9.2.4. Service Mode Table 4
FL Display Key Operation
Front Key
Item
Description
Mode Name
DVD
Module P.C.B.
Reset
To reset DVD Module P.C.B.
This process is used when the DVD
Module P.C.B. or FLASH ROM
IC is replaced with a new one.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
While in initialization
mode, press & hold
[STOP] button on the main
unit, follow by [ENTER]
button on the remote
control unit.
ECC Error
Check
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Displays frequency of communication
errors between system control IC and
mechanism control IC in the DVD
Module P.C.B.
Communication
error display
CPPM/CRM
Keys Check
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [MENU] button on the
remote control unit.
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [TOP MENU] button
on the remote control unit.
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [EQ] button on the
remote control unit.
No. of
communication
error No. of
communication
ECC Lead
Error
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
Press [POWER] button to
exit.
Press [FL Display] on
remote control unit for next
page (FL Display).
Video
Decode
Error
0: NG
1: OK 0: NG
1: OK
Audio Lead
Error
DVD
Module P.C.B.
firmware
version display
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [8] button on the
remote control unit.
System controller
generation
Destination
System
controller
version
Region No.: 0-8
DVD Module P.C.B. firmware version
is displayed on the FL Display.
The firmware version can be updated
using recovery disc.
ECC refers to Error Correction Code. It
describes the error correction code
that was carried out for the decoding
of audio & video.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
Note: It is necessary to check for
firmware version before carrying out
the version up using the disc.
CPPM/CRM refers to the Content
Protection for Recordable Media and
Pre-Recorded Media. It displays the
existence of the keys as "1" or "0".
OK: Existing of keys.
NG: Non existing of keys.
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9.2.5. Service Mode Table 5
Timer 1 check
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
DVD laser usage time
(Display 1)
(Display 2)
CD laser usage time
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Cancelled automatically
5 seconds later.
Timer 1 reset
Timer 2 check
Timer 2 reset
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [ ] button on the
remote control unit.
While displaying Timer 1
data, press [STOP] button
on the main unit, and [ ]
button on the remote
control unit.
In STOP (no disc)
mode, press [STOP]
button on the main unit,
and [ ] button on the
remote control unit.
While displaying Timer 2
data, press [STOP] button
on the main unit, and [ ]
button on the remote
control unit.
Timer 1 check
Laser operation timer is measured
separately for DVD laser and CD laser.
FL Display sequence:
Display 1 2.
Press [FL Display] button for
next page of FL Display.
Timer 1 reset
Laser operation timer of both DVD
laser and CD laser is reset all at once.
Timer 2 check
Spindle motor operation timer
Timer 2 reset
Spindle motor operation timer
Time is shown in 5 digits of decimal notation in
a unit of 1 hour.
"00000" will follow "99999".
Shown to the above is DVD laser usage
time, and to the below is CD laser usage
time.
Time is shown in 5 digits of decimal notation
in a unit of 10 hours.
"00000" will follow "99999". (DVD laser)
Time is shown in 6 digits of decimal notation
in a unit of 10 hours.
"000000" will follow "999999". (CD laser)
Time is shown in 5 digits of decimal notation
in a unit of 10 hours.
It will clear to "00000" upon reset.
Time is shown in 5 digits of decimal notation in
a unit of 1 hour.
It will be cleared to "00000" upon activating
this.
FL Display Key Operation
Front Key
Item
DescriptionMode Name
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9.2.6. Optical Pick-up Self-Diagnosis
The optical pickup self-diagnosis function and tilt adjustment check function have been included in this unit. When repairing, use
the following procedure for effective self-diagnosis and tilt adjustment. Be sure to use the self-diagnosis function before replacing
the optical pickup when "NO DISC" is displayed. As a guideline, you should replace the optical pickup when the value of the laser
drive current is more than 55.
Note:
Press the power button to turn on the power, and check the value within three minutes before the unit warms up. (Otherwise,
the result will be incorrect.)
"NO DISC" is displayed, unit
does not play smoothly, etc.
Check the laser drive current.
Replace the optical pickup.
(Refer to the section "OPTICAL
PICKUP REPLACEMENT
PROCEDURE" in this Guide.)
Do the optical pickup tilt
adjustment. (Refer to the section
"TILT ADJUSTMENT" in this
Guide.)
Initialize the main unit.
Check the laser drive current
after replacement.
Write the present value into the
unit if it is 23 (DVD), 34 (CD) or
less.
Value is 23 (DVD),
34 (CD) or less. Value is more than
23 (DVD), 34 (CD).
Use the tilt adjustment
check function.
Note: Press "FL DISPLAY" button on remote
Note:
Press
"FL
DISPLAY"
button
on
remote
control unit for next page display.
control
unit
for
next
page
display.
Replace with a new optical pickup if the present
value is more than 23 (DVD), 34 (CD).
Cause: Damage due to static electricity
during replacement.
Method: With no disc in the main unit:
· Press the "FUNCTIONS" button on the remote
control unit while pressing the "STOP"
button on the main unit. (DVD)
· Press the "3" button on the remote
control unit while pressing the "STOP"
button on the main unit. (CD)
Use the optical pickup self-diagnosis function.
Method: With no disc in the main unit:
· Press the "FUNCTIONS" button on the remote
control unit while pressing the "STOP"
button on the main unit. (DVD)
· Press the "3" button on the remote
control unit while pressing the "STOP"
button on the main unit. (CD)
Display content (display1/display2)
LDD (DVD)
LDC (CD)
Factory setting Present value
Factory setting Present value
/
/
Writing method:
· Press the "PAUSE" button on the remote
control unit while pressing the "STOP"
button on the main unit.
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9.3. DVD Self Diagnostic Function-Error Code
9.3.1. Mechanism Error Code Table
Error
Code
H01 Tray loading error The tray opening and closing is Press [ STOP] on
abnormal. CLOSE and OPEN of the main unit for next error.
tray cannot be carried out properly. (OPEN time: OPEN
Loading motor error, DV5 LSI IC CLOSE OPEN
(IC8001) error. H01 at CLOSE: CLOSE
OPEN CLOSE
H01)
H02 Spindle servo error The spindle servo/motor is abnormal. Press [ STOP] on
The FG pulse is abnormal. CLV servo main unit for next error.
error.
H03 Traverse servo error The traverse is abnormal. (Traverse Press [ STOP] on
servo, DV5 LSI IC (IC8001), TRV main unit for next error.
motor error.)
H04 Tracking servo error Tracking coil NG (OPU unit Press [ STOP] on
abnormal), DV5 LSI IC (IC8001) main unit for next error.
error.
H05 Seek time out error It is not possible to access the disc. Press [ STOP] on
TOC cannot read. Abnormal disc etc. main unit for next error.
Pickup abnormal or disk is dirty.
(TRV motor error, DV5 LSI IC
(IC8001) error.)
H07 Driver IC thermal The spindle motor is abnormal. (short Press [ STOP] on
shut down between brushes) main unit for next error.
H15 Disc tray open The disc tray cannot be opened & it Press [ STOP] on
detection switch closes spontaneously. main unit for next error.
failure
H16 Disc tray close The disc tray cannot be closed & it Press [ STOP] on
detection switch opens spontaneously. main unit for next error.
failure
U11 Focus servo error Focus coil, FE signal error. Press [ STOP] on
main unit for next error.
(Unfinalized DVD-R
U15 Unfinalized DVD-R is likely to beocme U11.)
F500 DSC error DV5 LSI IC (IC8001) stops in the Press [ STOP] on
occurance of servo error (startup, main unit for next error.
focus error, etc)
F506 Invalid media Disc is flipped over, TOC unreadable, Press [ STOP] on
incompatible disc. main unit for next error.
F620 OPU unit Laser protection at high temperature. Press [ STOP] on
abnormality main unit for next error.
temperature
F621 OPU unit Laser protection at circuit failure. Press [ STOP] on
circuitry main unit for next error.
temperature
Diagnosis Contents Description of error Automatic FL Display Remarks
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9.3.2. DVD Module Error Code Table
Error
Code
U702 HDMI/DVI I2C The communication error of I2C Press
[
STOP
]
on
communication error when connecting it with HDMI/ main unit for next error.
DVI. For instance, when EDID
information to which information on the
TV set side has been described
cannot be read, it is generated.
U703 HDMI/DVI attestation When attestation
(
HDCP
)
with the TV Press
[
STOP
]
on
error side fails when connecting it with main unit for next error.
HDMI/DVI, it is generated.
U704 HDMI/DVI SRM It is
g
enerated at the e
q
ui
p
ment to Press
[
STOP
]
on
Riborcerar which the TV set is Riborced when main unit for next error.
connecting it with HDMI/DVI.
U705 HDMI/DVI SRM disk It is
g
enerated at the time of it is time Press
[
STOP
]
on
falsification check when illegal the SRM data of the main unit for next error.
error reproducing disk (verify error), when
connecting it with HDMI/DVI.
F740 HDMI device key I2C error when writing HDMI Key Press [ STOP] on
device into transmitter. main unit for next error.
F893 FLASH ROM IC data Firmware error, DV5 LSI IC (IC8651) Press [ STOP] on
falsification error error. main unit for next error.
F894 EEPROM IC When failing in the access to Press [ STOP] on
abnormality error EEPROM IC located in the DVD main unit for next error.
Module P.C.B. (IC8611)
F895 Language area Firmware version agreement check for Press [ STOP] on
abnormal factory preset setting failure main unit for next error.
prevention.
F896 No existence model Firmware version agreement check for Press [ STOP] on
factory preset setting failure main unit for next error.
prevention.
F897 Initialization Incomplete initialization after writing of Press [ STOP] on
error new firmware (Factory preset setting main unit for next error.
failure prevention)
F898 Disagreement of Unsuitable combination of AV Decoder, Press [ STOP] on
hardware and SDRAM & FLASH ROM IC (firmware). main unit for next error.
software
F899 The communication Unsuitable combination of number of Press [ STOP] on
specification system com and panel com used. main unit for next error.
disagreement (Frimware)
between
micro-processor
Diagnosis Contents Description of error
Automatic FL Display
Remarks
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9.3.3. Power Supply Error Code Table
Error
Code
F61 The abnormalities In normal operation, when DCDET2 Press [ STOP] on
in an output or power goes to "L" (Low) (Not during POWER main unit for next error.
supply circuit of OFF condition), F61 appears on FL
POWER AMP Display and PCONT goes to "L" (Low).
This is due to speaker output has DC
voltage or fan is not working.
F76 Abnormality in the In normal operation when DCDET1 is Press [ STOP] on
output voltage of detected "L" (Low) for two consecutive main unit for next error.
stabilized power times, F76 is displayed on FL for 2
supply seconds and after that PCONT will be
turned to "L" (Low). This is due to any of
the DC voltages (+9V, +7V, -7V, +5V,
+5.3V etc.) not available.
Diagnosis Contents
Description of error
Automatic FL Display
Remarks
9.3.4. ECC Error Code Table
Error
Code
F600 Administrative It becomes impossible NaviPack etc. Press [ STOP] on
information cannot were done, and not to be able to main unit for next error.
be acquired by the acquire necessary information in the
recovery error. navigations changing due to wound
etc. of DISC, and to have done the
reproduction transition.
F601 Irregular sector ID It tried to access the position that did Press [ STOP] on
was demanded. not exist on DISC by the recording main unit for next error.
error etc. of authoring.
F603 KEYDET cannot be The data for decoding copyright Press [ STOP] on
acquired by the protection (CSS) cannot be acquired main unit for next error.
recovery error. due to wound etc. of DISC, and it is not
possible to reproduce.
Diagnosis Contents
Description of error Automatic FL Display Remarks
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9.3.5. USB Error Code Table
Error
Code
F650 USB device: Devices Devices other than the mass storage Press [ STOP] on
other than mass class are connected. main unit for next error.
storage
F651 USB device: Non- The device that the transfer rate did not Press [ STOP] on
Full Speed Device correspond to Full Speed was main unit for next error.
connected.
F652 USB device: The device in the interface (subclass) Press [ STOP] on
Interface NG outside correspondence was main unit for next error.
connected. (correspondence interface)
001b: Reduced Block Commands
(RBC)
010b: SFF-8020i. MMC-2 (ATAPI)
110b: SCSI transparent command set.
F655 USB device: The overcurrent of 500mA or more was Press [ STOP] on
Overcurrent detected in VDD USB, and the USB main unit for next error.
detection device driver function was intercepted.
(To intercept the current.)
Diagnosis Contents Description of error Automatic FL Display Remarks
9.4. Sales Demonstration Lock Function
This function prevents discs from being lost when the unit is used for sales demonstrations by disabling the disc eject function.
"LOCKED" is displayed on the unit, and ordinary operation is disabled.
9.4.1. Setting
·
Prohibiting removal of disc
1. Select the DVD/CD function.
2. At POWER ON condition, press and hold down the button and the power button on the player for at least three seconds.
(The message, “___LOCKED_” appears when the function is activated.)
Note:
OPEN/CLOSE is invalid and the player displays “___LOCKED_” while the lock function mode is entered.
·
Prohibiting operation of selector and disc
1. Select the DVD/CD function.
2. At POWER ON condition, press and hold down the button and the power button on the player for at least three seconds.
(The message, “___LOCKED_” appears when the function is activated.)
Note:
The following buttons are invalid and the player displays “___LOCKED_” while the lock function mode is entered.
Player , , SELECTOR, /, , /
Remote
controller unit
NUMERIC KEYS 0~9, , , , , , , , FUNCTIONS/KARAOKE, TOP
MENU/DIRECT NAVIGATOR, RETURN/SETUP, FL DISPLAY/SLEEP, MUTING, MENU/PLAY LIST, TEST/AUTO,
EXT-IN, FM, UP, DOWN, LEFT & RIGHT
9.4.2. Cancellation
The lock can be cancelled by the same procedure as used in setting. ("UNLOCKED" is displayed on cancellation. Disconnecting
the power cable from power outlet does not cancel the lock.)
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9.5. Service Precautions
9.5.1. Recovery after the DVD player is repaired
·
When the FLASH ROM IC or DVD Module P.C.B. is replaced, carry out the recovery processing to optimize the drive.
Playback the recovery disk to process the recovery automatically.
·
Recovery disc (Product number: RFKZD03R005) [SPG]
·
Performing recovery process
1. Load the recovery disc RFKZD03R005 on to the player and run it.
2. Recovery is performed automatically. When it is finished, a message appears on the screen.
3. Remove the recovery disc.
4. Turn off the power.
5. Initialize the player.
9.5.2. Firmware version-up of the DVD player
·
The firmware of the DVD player may be renewed to improve the quality including operability and playability to the substandard
discs.processing to optimize the drive.
The recovery disc has also firmware version-up.
·
After version-up, recovery processing is executed automatically.
·
Part number of the recovery disc for version-up will be noticed when it is supplied.
·
Updating firmware
1. Load the recovery disc on to the player and run it.
2. Firmware version of the player is automatically checked. Appropriate message appears whenever necessary.
3. Using remote controller´s cursor key, select whether version updating is to be done or not. (Selection of Yes/No)
4. a. If Yes is selected, version updating is performed.
b. If No is selected, only recovery is performed.
5. a. When updating is finished, remove the disc according to the message appearing on the screen.
b. Remove the disc according to the message appearing on the screen.
6. Turn off the power.
Note:
If the AC power supply is shut out during version-up due to a power failure, the version-up is improperly carried out.
In such a case, replace the FLASH ROM IC and carry out the version-up again.
9.5.3. DVD Module P.C.B. Reset
·
When after replacing FLASH ROM IC or DVD Module P.C.B., FL displays error code “ DVD F897”. This means the unit is not
initialized properly and the following process needs to be carry out.
·
Procedures:
1. Press on remote control while pressing “STOP” button on main unit. (To enter into initialization)
2. FL display show “INIT”
3. While still pressing “STOP button on main unit, press “ENTER” on remote control. (To reset the unit)
4. FL will display “RESET” before FL display will change to TOC reading again.
5. Power off unit. Unplug the AC cord.
6. Power on the unit. It should be no problem. If problem persist check on the DVD Module P.C.B. or FLASH ROM IC.
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Be careful when disassembling and servicing.
Some chassis components may have sharp edges.
Special Note:
10 Assembling and Disassembling
“ATTENTION SERVICER”
1. This section describes the disassembly procedures for all the major printed circuit boards and main components.
2. Before the disassembly process was carried out, do take special note that all safety precautions are to be carried out.
(Ensure that no AC power supply is connected during disassembling.)
3. For assembly after operation checks or replacement, reverse the respective procedures.
Special reassembly procedures are described only when required.
4. The Switch Regulator IC may have high temperature after prolonged use.
5. Use caution when removing the top cabinet and avoid touching heat sinks located in the unit.
6. Select items from the following index when checks or replacement are required.
·
Disassembly of Top Cabinet
·
Disassembly of DVD Lid (When taking out disc manually)
·
Disassembly of Front Panel
·
Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Mic P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of USB P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Scart P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Rear Panel
·
Disassembly of DVD Mechanism Unit
·
Disassembly of Relay P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of DVD Module P.C.B.
·
Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
·
Replacement of Regulator IC (IC2903)
·
Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
·
Replacement of Digital Amp IC (IC5000)
·
Disassembly of SMPS & AC-Inlet P.C.B.
·
Replacement of Switch Regulator IC/Diode (IC5701/D5702)
·
Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5801/D5802)
·
Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5803)
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10.1. Disassembly Flow Chart
10.4. DVD Lid 10.10. Scart P.C.B.
10.3. Top Cabinet
10.11. Rear Panel
10.7. Mic P.C.B.
10.6. Volume P.C.B.
10.5. Front Panel 10.12. DVD Mechanism
Unit
10.19. SMPS & AC-Inlet
P.C.B.
10.20. Switch Regulator IC/
Diode (IC5701/D5702)
10.22. Regulator Diode
(D5803)
10.21. Regulator Diode
(D5801/D5802)
10.9. USB P.C.B.
10.8. Panel P.C.B. 10.18. Digital Amp IC
(IC5000)
10.16. Regulator IC
(IC2903)
10.15. Main P.C.B.
10.13. Relay P.C.B.
10.14. DVD Module
P.C.B. 10.17. D-Amp P.C.B.
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10.2. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations
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10.3. Disassembly of Top Cabinet
Step 1 Remove 4 screws.
Step 2 Remove 3 screws at the rear panel
Step 3 Lift up and remove the top cabinet in the direction of
arrows.
10.4. Disassembly of the DVD Lid
(When taking out disc
manually)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
Step 1 Detach the gear (For drawing out tray) from the
mechanism unit. It inserts a screw driver in the gear. (The gear
jig)
Step 2 Insert the gear jig into the tray open/ close hole.
Step 3 Turn the gear jig counterclockwise to open the tray.
Note : Do not use force to push the tray backwards as it can
damage the mechanism unit.
Step 4 Release the tabs in the direction of arrows and remove
the DVD lid.
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Note : You can return the tray by turning the gear jig clockwise.
10.5. Disassembly of Front Panel
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
Step 1 Detach FFC cables from the connectors. (CN2007,
CN2013 & CN2020) on Main P.C.B.
Step 2 Release the tab on each side of the front panel.
Step 3 Upset the unit and release 3 hooks at the bottom
chassis.
Special Note : Avoid placing the set in a position that might
cause damage to the jacks when removing the front panel.
Step 4 Detach the front panel slightly forward in the direction of
arrows.
Caution: Do not attempt to exert strong force when
detaching the front panel.
Step 5 Detach the USB shield wire from the connector
(FP9002) from USB P.C.B.
Caution: Remember to attach USB shield wire during
assembling.
Step 6 Remove the front panel.
10.6. Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.5.
Step 1 Remove the volume knob from the front panel.
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·
Disassembly of Earth Spring
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the earth spring.
Step 3 Remove the earth spring.
·
Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.
Step 4 Remove 3 screws from the Volume P.C.B.
Step 5 Release the hook & remove Volume P.C.B.
10.7. Disassembly of Mic P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.5.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 5) of Item 10.6.
Step 1 Remove the mic knob.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from Panel P.C.B.
Step 3 Remove Mic P.C.B.
10.8. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.5.
·
Disassembly of Panel Angle
Step 1 Remove 2 screws.
Step 2 Remove the panel angle.
·
Disassembly of Mecha Holder
Step 3 Remove 2 screws.
Step 4 Remove the USB earth part & mecha holder.
·
Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
Step 5 Remove 1 screw from Panel P.C.B.
Step 6 Release the hook and remove Panel P.C.B.
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10.9. Disassembly of USB P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.5.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.8.
Step 1 Remove USB P.C.B. from the front panel.
10.10. Disassembly of Scart P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
Step 1 Remove 2 screws from the rear panel.
Step 2 Detach FFC cable from the connector (CN2008) on
Main P.C.B.
Step 3 Remove Scart P.C.B.
10.11. Disassembly of Rear Panel
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
Step 1 Remove 9 screws from the rear panel.
Step 2 Remove the wire clamper to detach the fan unit
connector (CN5501) on D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 3 Detach FFC cable from the connector (CN2008) on
Main P.C.B.
Step 4 Release the tab on each side of the rear panel in the
direction of arrow.
Step 5 Remove the rear panel.
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10.12. Disassembly of DVD
Mechanism Unit
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.10.
Step 1 Remove 2 screws from the DVD mechanism unit.
Step 2 Detach FFC cable from the connectors (FP8251 &
FP8531) on DVD Module P.C.B. and (CS901) on Tray Loading
P.C.B.
Step 3 Lift up & remove the DVD mechanism unit.
10.13. Disassembly of Relay P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.10.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.12.
Step 1 Remove 2 screws from the Relay P.C.B.
Step 2 Detach FFC cable from the connectors (FP8002 &
FP8004)
Step 3 Remove Relay P.C.B.
Caution : Do not use strong or excessive force to avoid
damage to FFC cables.
10.14. Disassembly of DVD Module
P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 4) of Item 10.4.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.10.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.12.
·
Disassembly of Mecha Chassis
Step 1 Release the claws of the mecha chassis in the direction
of arrows at the bottom chassis.
Step 2 Remove the mecha chassis.
·
Disassembly of DVD Module P.C.B.
Step 3 Detach the USB shield wire from the connector
(FP9002) on USB P.C.B.
Step 4 Release the claws of two mini clamps on the bottom
chassis in the direction of arrows.
Step 5 Remove the USB shield wire from the mini clamps.
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Step 6 Detach FFC cable from the connectors (CN2001 &
CN2010) on Main P.C.B.
Step 7 Remove 1 screw from DVD Module P.C.B.
Step 8 Remove 2 screws from the rear panel.
Step 9 Release the tab of rear panel in the direction of arrow.
Step 10 Remove DVD Module P.C.B.
Caution : Do not use strong or excessive force to avoid
damage to FFC cables.
10.15. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
Step 1 Detach FFC cable from the connectors (CN2001,
CN2007, CN2008, CN2009, CN2010, CN2013 & CN2020) on
Main P.C.B., (CS901) on Tray Loading P.C.B. and (CN5802)
on SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove the wire clamper to move aside the FFC cable
(REXX0559, SMPS to D-Amp) in the direction of arrow.
Step 3 Remove 4 screws from Main P.C.B.
Step 4 Remove 8 screws from the rear panel.
Step 5 Release the tab of the rear panel in the direction of
arrow.
Step 6 Remove Main P.C.B.
10.16. Replacement of Regulator IC
(IC2903)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 6) of Item 10.15.
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Step 1 Desolder pins of the regulator IC (IC2903) on the back
side of Main P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the regulator IC (IC2903).
Step 3 Remove the regulator IC (IC2903) from the heatsink
extrussion.
Caution : Handle the heatsink extrussion with caution due to its
high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note: Refer to the diagrams of Main P.C.B. (Item 10.15) for the
location of the part.
10.17. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B. Bracket.
Step 1 Remove 1 screw from AC-Inlet P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove the D-Amp P.C.B. bracket.
·
Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 3 Remove the wire clamper to detach FFC cable from the
connector (CN5801) on SMPS P.C.B.
Step 4 Remove the wire clamper to detach FFC cable from the
connector (CN5501) of fan unit on D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 5 Detach FFC cable from the connector (CN5050) on D-
Amp P.C.B.
Step 6 Remove 3 screws from D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 7 Remove 5 screws from the rear panel.
Step 8 Release the tab of the rear panel in the direction of
arrow.
Step 9 Remove D-Amp P.C.B.
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10.18. Replacement of Digital Amp IC
(IC5000)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 9) of Item 10.17.
Step 1 Desolder pins of the digital amp IC (IC5000) on the back
side of D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the top of the heatsink unit A.
Step 3 Remove the TR spring in the direction of the arrow.
Step 4 Remove the digital amp IC (IC5000) from the heatsink
unit A.
Caution : Handle the heatsink unit A with caution due to its
high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note : For replacement of IC5200, IC5300 & IC5400, repeat
the (Step 1) to (Step 4). Refer to the diagrams of D-Amp P.C.B.
(Item 10.17) for location of the parts.
10.19. Disassembly of SMPS & AC-
Inlet P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 2) of Item 10.17. for Disassembly
of D-Amp P.C.B. Bracket.
Step 1 Remove 3 screws from SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from AC-Inlet P.C.B.
Step 3 Remove the wire clamper to detach FFC cable from the
connector (CN5801) on SMPS P.C.B.
Step 4 Detach FFC cable from the connector (CN5802) on
SMPS P.C.B.
Step 5 Remove the lead clamper.
Step 6 Remove 1 screw from the rear panel.
Step 7 Release the tab of the rear panel in the direction of
arrow.
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Step 8 Remove SMPS & AC-Inlet P.C.B.
10.20. Replacement of Switch
Regulator IC/Diode
(IC5701/D5702)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 8) of Item 10.19.
Step 1 Desolder pins of the switch reguIator IC or diode
(IC5701/D5702) on the back side of SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the switch regulator IC (IC5701)
or diode (D5702).
Step 3 Remove the switch regulator IC (IC5701) or diode
(D5702) from the heatsink unit B.
Caution : Handle the heatsink unit B with caution due to its
high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note : Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 10.19) for
location of the parts.
10.21. Replacement of Regulator
Diode (D5801/D5802)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 8) of Item 10.19.
Step 1 Desolder pins of the regulator diode (D5801/D5802) on
the back side of SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the regulator diode
(D5801/D5802).
Step 3 Remove the regulator diode (D5801/D5802) from the
heatsink unit C.
Caution : Handle the heatsink unit C with caution due to its
high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
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Note : Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 10.19) for
location of the parts.
10.22. Replacement of Regulator
Diode (D5803)
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 3) of Item 10.3.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 8) of Item 10.19.
Step 1 Desolder pins of the regulator diode (D5803) on the
back side of SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the regulator diode (D5803).
Step 3 Remove the regulator diode (D5803) from the small
heatsink .
Caution : Handle the small heatsink with caution due to its high
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note : Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 10.19) for
location of the part.
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11 Assembly and
Disassembly of DVD
Mechanism Unit
11.1. Disassembly Procedure
11.1.1. Disassembly of Traverse Unit (with
Middle Chassis)
Step 1 Slide the lever (A) in the arrow direction (to the opposite
side) till it stops.
Step 2 Slide the lever (A) further by bending the tab at the right
side of the lever A in the right direction. (The right groove opens
and the boss becomes seen.)
Step 3 Open the lever (B) to left. (The 2 grooves at the left side
open.).
Step 4 Remove the traverse unit.
11.1.2. Disassembly of Tray
Step 1 Slide the clamp plate while pressing the stopper in the
arrow direction, and remove the clamp plate.
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Step 2 Raise the mecha chassis vertically.
Step 3 Slide the lever in the arrow direction till it stops and pull
the tray out.
Step 4 Spread the tabs at the both sides and pull the tray out.
(The tray slides a little forword and stops.).
Step 5 Remove the drive arm concave phase from the tray
slider and tray.
l(Assembly of the tray unit)
Step 1 Insert a part of the tray into the unit sliding over the
groove on the mecha chassis.
Step 2 Insert the tray to the point before the tab of the
mecha chassis.
Step 3 Hook the drive arm concave phase over the tray and
the tray slider.
Step 4 Press in the tray.
Step 5 Make sure that the tray and the drive arm move
smoothly.
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11.1.3. Disassembly of Loading Section
Step 1 Spread the tabs at the both sides and push out the drive
arm.
Step 2 Hook the lock lever spring on the lock lever projection
part temporarly.
Step 3 Unlock the tab and remove the lock lever.
Step 4 Remove the belt.
Step 5 Unlock the tab and remove the pulley gear.
Step 6 Remove the relay gear.
Step 7 Turn the change lever in the arrow direction till it stops.
Step 8 Hook the change lever spring on the change lever
project part temporarily.
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Step 9 Pull the lever (B) at the bottom side in the direction of
arrow and remove the change lever.
Step 10 Remove the drive rack, the sub rack and the drive gear
in the direction of arrow.
11.1.4. Disassembly of Tray Loading
P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove 3 screws
Step 2 Remove Tray Loading P.C.B.
11.1.5. Disassembly of Traverse Unit
Step 1 Spread the tabs to push in the pin in the direction of
arrows.
Step 2 Remove 4 fixed pins.
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Step 3 Remove the middle chassis.
Step 4 Remove the traverse unit.
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12 Service Position
12.1. Checking & Repairing Scart
P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove the top cabinet to service Scart P.C.B.
12.2. Checking & Repairing Panel
P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove the top cabinet.
Step 2 Remove the DVD lid.
Step 3 Disassemble the front panel.
Step 4 Disassemble Panel P.C.B.
Step 5 Disassemble Volume P.C.B.
Step 6 Disassemble Mic P.C.B.
Step 7 Disassemble USB P.C.B.
·
Servicing Position of Panel P.C.B.
Step 8 Connect FFC cable at the connectors (CN2020,
CN2013 & CN2007) on Main P.C.B and (FP9002) on USB
P.C.B.
Step 9 Turn over Panel P.C.B horizontally and place it
according to the diagram shown below.
12.3. Checking & Repairing Mic
P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 8) of Item 12.2.
Step 1 Turn over Mic P.C.B horizontally and place it according
to the diagram shown below.
12.4. Checking & Repairing Main
P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove the top cabinet.
Step 2 Remove the DVD lid.
Step 3 Disassemble the front panel.
Step 4 Disassemble Volume P.C.B.
Step 5 Disassemble Mic P.C.B.
Step 6 Disassemble Panel P.C.B.
Step 7 Disassemble USB P.C.B.
Step 8 Disassemble Scart P.C.B.
Step 9 Disassemble the rear panel.
Step 10 Disassemble the DVD mechanism unit.
Step 11 Disassemble DVD Module P.C.B.
Step 12 Disassemble Main P.C.B.
Step 13 Disassemble D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 14 Disassemble SMPS & AC-Inlet P.C.B.
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Servicing Position of Main P.C.B.
Step 15 Position Volume P.C.B., Mic P.C.B., Panel P.C.B.,
USB P.C.B., Scart P.C.B., DVD mechanism unit, DVD Module
P.C.B., Main P.C.B., D-Amp P.C.B., SMPS P.C.B. & AC-Inlet
P.C.B. according to to diagram shown below.
Step 16 Connect FFC cable at the connectors (CN2001,
CN2007, CN2008, CN2010, CN2013 & CN2020) on Main
P.C.B., (CN5050 & CN5501) on D-Amp P.C.B., (CN5801 &
CN5802) on SMPS P.C.B. (CS901) on Tray Loading P.C.B.,
(FP8251 & FP8531) on DVD Module P.C.B. and (FP9002) on
USB P.C.B.
Step 17 Turn over Main P.C.B vertically and place it according
to the diagram shown below.
12.5. Checking & Repairing D-Amp
P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 16) of Item 12.4.
Step 1 Turn over D-Amp P.C.B vertically and place it according
to the diagram shown below.
12.6. Checking & Repairing DVD
Module P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 16) of Item 12.4.
Step 1 Turn over DVD Module P.C.B vertically and place it
according to the diagram shown below.
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12.7. Checking & Repairing SMPS
P.C.B.
·
Follow (Step 1) to (Step 16) of Item 12.4.
Step 1 Turn over SMPS P.C.B vertically and place it according
to the diagram shown below.
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13 Measurements and Adjustments
13.1. Service Tools and Equipment
Application Name Number
Tilt adjustment DVD test disc DVDT-S20 [SPG]
TORX screw driver (T6) Available on sales route. (T6) or
RFKZ0185 [SPG]
Others Grease RFKXPG641 [SPG]
Confirmation CD test disc PVCD-K06 or any other commercially
available disc
VCD test disc PVCD-K06 or any other commercially
available disc
Recovery disc RFKZD03R005 [SPG]
13.2. Important points in adjustment
13.2.1. Important points in optical adjustment
·
Before starting optical adjustment, be sure to take anti-static measures.
·
Optical pickup tilt adjustment is needed after replacement of the following components.
1. Optical pickup unit
2. Spindle motor unit
3. Optical pickup peripheral parts
Notes
Adjustment is generally unnecessary after replacing other parts of the traverse unit. However, make adjustment if there is a
noticeable degradation in picture quality. Optical adjustments cannot be made inside the optical pickup. Adjustment is generally
unnecessary after replacing the traverse unit.
13.2.2. Important points in electrical adjustment
·
Follow the adjustment procedures described in this manual.
13.3. Storing and handling of test discs
·
Surface precision is vital for DVD test discs. Be sure to store and handle them carefully.
1. Do not place discs directly onto the workbench, etc., after use.
2. Handle discs carefully in order to maintain their flatness. Place them into their case after use and store them vertically. Store
discs in a cool place where they are not exposed to direct sunlight or air from air conditioners.
3. Accurate adjustment will not be possible if the disc is warped when placed on a surface made of glass, etc. If this happens, use
a new test disc to make optical adjustments.
4. If adjustment is done using a warped disc, the adjustment will be incorrect and some discs will not be playable.
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13.4.1.1. Adjustment procedure
1. While pressing STOP button on the main unit, press "5" on
the remote control unit.
2. Confirm that "J_xxx/yyy_zz" (display1/display2) is shown on
the front display.
For your information:
"yyy" and "zz" shown to the right have nothing to do with
the jitter value. "yyy" is the error counter, while "zz" is
the focus drive value.
Note:
Jitter value appears on the front display.
3. Play test disc T30 (center periphery).
4. Adjust tangential adjustment screw so that the jitter value is
minimized.
5. Play test disc T30 (center periphery).
6. Adjust tilt adjustment screw 1 so that the jitter value is
minimized.
7. Play test disc T30 (center periphery).
8. Adjust tilt adjustment screw 2 so that the jitter value is
minimized.
9. Repeat adjusting tilt adjustment screws 1 and 2 alternately
until the jitter value is minimized.
13.4.1.2. Important points
1. Make tangential adjustment first, and then make tilt
adjustment.
2. Repeat adjusting two or three times to find the optimum
point.
3. Finish the procedure with tilt adjustment.
Jitter value depends on the model:
1. If the jitter value changes like B, the optimum point is easy to
find.
2. If the jitter value changes like A, set the optimum point near the
middle.
13.4.1.3. Check after adjustment
Play test disc or any other disc to make sure there is no picture
degradation in the inner, middle and outer peripheries, and no
audio skipping. After adjustment is finished, lock each
adjustment screw in position using screw lock.
13.4.1.4. Procedure for screw lock
1. After adjustment, remove top cover, tray, clamper base and
traverse unit in this sequence.
2. Lay the traverse unit upside down, and fix adjustment screw
with screw lock.
3. After fixing, reassemble traverse unit, clamper base, tray
and top cover.
13.4. Optical adjustment
13.4.1. Optical pickup tilt adjustment
Measurement point Adjustment point Mode Disc
Tangential adjustment screw
Tilt adjustment screw
T01 (inner periphery) play
T30 (center periphery)
T43 (outer periphery) play
DVDT-S20 [SPG]
Measuring equipment Adjustment value
None (Main unit display for servicing is used.) Adjust to the minimum jitter value.
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14 Abbreviations
INITIAL/LOGO ABBREVIATIONS
AA0~UP
ACLK
AD0~UP
ADATA
ALE
AMUTE
AREQ
ARF
ASI
ASO
ASYNC
ADDRESS
AUDIO CLOCK
ADDRESS BUS
AUDIO PES PACKET DATA
ADDRESS LATCH ENABLE
AUDIO MUTE
AUDIO PES PACKET REQUEST
AUDIO RF
SERVO AMP INVERTED INPUT
SERVO AMP OUTPUT
AUDIO WORD DISTINCTION SYNC
B BCK
BCKIN
BDO
BLKCK
BOTTOM
BYP
BYTCK
BIT CLOCK (PCM)
BIT CLOCK INPUT
BLACK DROP OUT
SUB CODE BLOCK CLOCK
CAP. FOR BOTTOM HOLD
BYPATH
BYTE CLOCK
C CAV
CBDO
CD
CDSCK
CDSRDATA
CDRF
CDV
CHNDATA
CKSL
CLV
COFTR
CPA
CPCS
CPDT
CPUADR
CPUADT
CPUIRQ
CPRD
CPWR
CS
CSYNCIN
CSYNCOUT
CONSTANT ANGULAR VELOCITY
CAP. BLACK DROP OUT
COMPACT DISC
CD SERIAL DATA CLOCK
CD SERIAL DATA
CD RF (EFM) SIGNAL
COMPACT DISC-VIDEO
CHANNEL DATA
SYSTEM CLOCK SELECT
CONSTANT LINEAR VELOCITY
CAP. OFF TRACK
CPU ADDRESS
CPU CHIP SELECT
CPU DATA
CPU ADDRESS LATCH
CPU ADDRESS DATA BUS
CPU INTERRUPT REQUEST
CPU READ ENABLE
CPU WRITE ENABLE
CHIP SELECT
COMPOSITE SYNC IN
COMPOSITE SYNC OUT
D DACCK
DEEMP
DEMPH
DIG0~UP
DIN
DMSRCK
DMUTE
DO
DOUT0~UP
DRF
DRPOUT
DREQ
DRESP
DSC
DSLF
DVD
D/A CONVERTER CLOCK
DEEMPHASIS BIT ON/OFF
DEEMPHASIS SWITCHING
FL DIGIT OUTPUT
DATA INPUT
DM SERIAL DATA READ CLOCK
DIGITAL MUTE CONTROL
DROP OUT
DATA OUTPUT
DATA SLICE RF (BIAS)
DROP OUT SIGNAL
DATA REQUEST
DATA RESPONSE
DIGITAL SERVO CONTROLLER
DATA SLICE LOOP FILTER
DIGITAL VIDEO DISC
INITIAL/LOGO ABBREVIATIONS
E EC
ECR
ENCSEL
ETMCLK
ETSCLK
ERROR TORQUE CONTROL
ERROR TORQUE CONTROL
REFERENCE
ENCODER SELECT
EXTERNAL M CLOCK (81MHz/40.5MHz)
EXTERNAL S CLOCK (54MHz)
F FBAL
FCLK
FE
FFI
FEO
FG
FSC
FSCK
FOCUS BALANCE
FRAME CLOCK
FOCUS ERROR
FOCUS ERROR AMP INVERTED INPUT
FOCUS ERROR AMP OUTPUT
FREQUENCY GENERATOR
FREQUENCY SUB CARRIER
FS (384 OVER SAMPLING) CLOCK
G GND COMMON GROUNDING (EARTH)
HHA0~UP
HD0~UP
HINT
HRXW
HOST ADDRESS
HOST DATA
HOST INTERRUPT
HOST READ/WRITE
I IECOUT
IPFRAG
IREF
ISEL
IEC958 FORMAT DATA OUTPUT
INTERPOLATION FLAG
I (CURRENT) REFERENCE
INTERFACE MODE SELECT
L LDON
LPC
LRCK
LASER DIODE CONTROL
LASER POWER CONTROL
L CH/R CH DISTINCTION CLOCK
MMA0~UP
MCK
MCKI
MCLK
MDATA
MDQ0~UP
MDQM
MLD
MPEG
MEMORY ADDRESS
MEMORY CLOCK
MEMORY CLOCK INPUT
MEMORY SERIAL COMMAND CLOCK
MEMORY SERIAL COMMAND DATA
MEMORY DATA INPUT/OUTPUT
MEMORY DATA I/O MASK
MEMORY SERIAL COMMAND LOAD
MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP
O ODC
OFTR
OSCI
OSCO
OSD
OPTICAL DISC CONTROLLER
OFF TRACKING
OSCILLATOR INPUT
OSCILLATOR OUTPUT
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
PP1~UP
PCD
PCK
PDVD
PEAK
PLLCLK
PLLOK
PWMCTL
PWMDA
PWMOA, B
PORT
CD TRACKING PHASE DIFFERENCE
PLL CLOCK
DVD TRACKING PHASE DIFFERENCE
CAP. FOR PEAK HOLD
CHANNEL PLL CLOCK
PLL LOCK
PWM OUTPUT CONTROL
PULSE WAVE MOTOR DRIVE A
PULSE WAVE MOTOR OUT A, B
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INITIAL/LOGO ABBREVIATIONS
R RE
RFENV
RFO
RS
RSEL
RST
RSV
READ ENABLE
RF ENVELOPE
RF PHASE DIFFERENCE OUTPUT
(CD-ROM) REGISTER SELECT
RF POLARITY SELECT
RESET
RESERVE
S SBI0, 1
SBO0
SBT0, 1
SCK
SCKR
SCL
SCLK
SDA
SEG0~UP
SELCLK
SEN
SIN1, 2
SOUT1, 2
SPDI
SPDO
SPEN
SPRCLK
SPWCLK
SQCK
SQCX
SRDATA
SRMADR
SRMDT0~7
SS
STAT
STCLK
STD0~UP
STENABLE
STSEL
STVALID
SUBC
SBCK
SUBQ
SYSCLK
SERIAL DATA INPUT
SERIAL DATA OUTPUT
SERIAL CLOCK
SERIAL DATA CLOCK
AUDIO SERIAL CLOCK RECEIVER
SERIAL CLOCK
SERIAL CLOCK
SERIAL DATA
FL SEGMENT OUTPUT
SELECT CLOCK
SERIAL PORT ENABLE
SERIAL DATA IN
SERIAL DATA OUT
SERIAL PORT DATA INPUT
SERIAL PORT DATA OUTPUT
SERIAL PORT R/W ENABLE
SERIAL PORT READ CLOCK
SERIAL PORT WRITE CLOCK
SUB CODE Q CLOCK
SUB CODE Q DATA READ CLOCK
SERIAL DATA
SRAM ADDRESS BUS
SRAM DATA BUS 0~7
START/STOP
STATUS
STREAM DATA CLOCK
STREAM DATA
STREAM DATA INPUT ENABLE
STREAM DATA POLARITY SELECT
STREAM DATA VALIDITY
SUB CODE SERIAL
SUB CODE CLOCK
SUB CODE Q DATA
SYSTEM CLOCK
T TE
TIBAL
TID
TIN
TIP
TIS
TPSN
TPSO
TPSP
TRCRS
TRON
TRSON
TRACKING ERROR
BALANCE CONTROL
BALANCE OUTPUT 1
BALANCE INPUT
BALANCE INPUT
BALANCE OUTPUT 2
OP AMP INPUT
OP AMP OUTPUT
OP AMP INVERTED INPUT
TRACK CROSS SIGNAL
TRACKING ON
TRAVERSE SERVO ON
INITIAL/LOGO ABBREVIATIONS
V VBLANK
VCC
VCDCONT
VDD
VFB
VREF
VSS
V BLANKING
COLLECTOR POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
VIDEO CD CONTROL (TRACKING
BALANCE)
DRAIN POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
VIDEO FEED BACK
VOLTAGE REFERENCE
SOURCE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
WWAIT
WDCK
WEH
WSR
BUS CYCLE WAIT
WORD CLOCK
WRITE ENABLE HIGH
WORD SELECT RECEIVER
X X
XALE
XAREQ
XCDROM
XCS
XCSYNC
XDS
XHSYNCO
XHINT
XI
XINT
XMW
XO
XRE
XSRMCE
XSRMOE
XSRMWE
XVCS
XVDS
XVSYNCO
X´ TAL
X ADDRESS LATCH ENABLE
X AUDIO DATA REQUEST
X CD ROM CHIP SELECT
X CHIP SELECT
X COMPOSITE SYNC
X DATA STROBE
X HORIZONTAL SYNC OUTPUT
XH INTERRUPT REQUEST
X´ TAL OSCILLATOR INPUT
X INTERRUPT
X MEMORY WRITE ENABLE
X´ TAL OSCILLATOR OUTPUT
X READ ENABLE
X SRAM CHIP ENABLE
X SRAM OUTPUT ENABLE
X SRAM WRITE ENABLE
X V-DEC CHIP SELECT
X V-DEC CONTROL BUS STROBE
X VERTICAL SYNC OUTPUT
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15 Voltage and Waveform Chart
15.1. DVD Module P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY----1.31.402.93.4000.23.40003.4000
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 3.4 0 0 0 3.4 1.3 0 3.4 - - - - 1.6 3.4 0.9 0.1 0.1 0.9 0 3.4
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
CD PLAY1.71.31.701.701.300003.4001.300000
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CD PLAY000- -00003.400001.300000
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
CD PLAY 0 0 0 3.4 1.3 0 1.0 0.7 0.8 2.3 0 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.2 - - - 0 3.4
Ref No.
MODE 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
CD PLAY 0 1.3 0 0 0 3.4 3.4 3.4 1.3 0 1.8 0 3.3 3.2 3.4 1.3 1.6 0 0 3.4
Ref No.
MODE 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128
CD PLAY3.401.33.401.6- -
Ref No.
MODE 12345
CD PLAY 8.5 0 1.3 5.1 8.9
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 1.2 1.4 1.5 0 0 3.4 1.8 1.3 1.4 1.2 1.3 0 1.1 1 0 3.4 1.3 1.1 1.9 0.7
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 0.6 0.4 2.3 0.5 1.4 2.6 2 0.8 1.8 0.7 3.4 0 3.4 0.7 1.1 1.5 1.6 1.8 1.4 2
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
CD PLAY 1.8 0 0 1.3 0 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 1.7 0 3.4 2.8 2.8 3 3.4 3.2 3.2 0 3.2
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CD PLAY0.1000.80.11.91.603.23.203.23.200.100000
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
CD PLAY 0 0 1.2 3.2 0.8 2.3 0 1.8 0 0.5 1.8 3.3 2.2 2.2 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7
Ref No.
MODE 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
CD PLAY 0 0 0.4 0.1 0.2 1.9 3.3 0 2.2 1.7 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.7 2.7 2.4 2.5 2.5 2.5
Ref No.
MODE 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140
CD PLAY 1.8 2.0 2 1.7 0 1.7 1.7 3.4 0.9 0.9 0.4 3.3 2.4 1 1 2.4 0 0.4 0.9 0
Ref No.
MODE 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160
CD PLAY3.43.400003.41.51.71.70.91.703.41.51.601.333.1
Ref No.
MODE 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180
CD PLAY 2.9 3.2 2.9 3.1 0 3.4 3.2 3.1 3 3 3.1 3 0 3.4 3.2 3 3.1 2.9 2.9 2.9
Ref No.
MODE 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200
CD PLAY 3.3 0 1.6 3.4 1.6 0 1.3 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.1 0.1 2.1 0 0 3 1.5 0 0 1.6
Ref No.
MODE 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216
CD PLAY 3.4 0.1 2.2 0.1 0 3.4 0.3 1.6 1.6 0 1.2 1.8 2.7 2.5 1.4 1
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 3.32.93.33.13.00.13.13.33.3 3 3 0 2.93.32.63.33.23.23.11.8
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 1.4 3.3 0 1.6 1.6 1.7 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.1 - 3.3 1.6 2.6 -
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
CD PLAY 0 2.9 3.3 3.1 3 0 2.9 3.2 3.3 2.8 2.8 0 3.0 0
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY 3.2 - 0 - 4.6 - - 5
Ref No.
MODE 12345
CD PLAY 2.5 2.5 0 1.3 0.8
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 1.7 1.7 1.7 2.2 2.2 1.8 0 5.1 3.3 0 2.4 2.8 2.6 2.6 4.1 4.3 4.8 3.7 0 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
CD PLAY 8.98.81.71.71.71.73.35.1 0 0
IC8251
IC8251
IC8051
IC8051
IC8111
IC8151
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8051
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC8001
IC3901
IC3901
IC3901
IC3952
IC3901
IC3901
IC3901
IC3901
62
SA-PT850EE
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 0 3.3 2.9 3.3 1.6 0.9 1.7 1.7 5.2 0 0.9 0.1 0.1 0 2.5 2.5 5.2 0 2.5 2.5
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
CD PLAY 2.5 2.5 5.2 0 2.6 2.5 2.6 5.1
Ref No.
MODE 1234
CD PLAY 1.2 3.3 0 0
Ref No.
MODE 12345
CD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0 0 -
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY00003.23.303.3
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 1.1 1.0 1.8 1.0 1.7 2.3 1.3 1.8 1.2 0.1 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.6 1.6 0.6 1.2 1.5 1.7
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 1.8 1.8 2 1.9 0 2 0 2.5 1.7 1.1 0.8 1.6 1.0 1.6 2.3 1.4 3.3 1.7 1.1 1.4
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
CD PLAY1.61.71.721.903.30.8
Ref No.
MODE 12345 12345 12345
CD PLAY 3 3 0 4.6 5.1 2.7 2.7 0 4.2 5.1 - 1.5 0 1.7 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 12345
CD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0 3.4 3.4
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 0.1 2.7 1.8 2 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.1 0 2 1.1 1.5 1.7 1.8 1.8 2 1.9 2.3 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 0.1 1.7 1.3 2.2 1.7 1.0 1.6 0.8 1.1 0 2 1 0.9 1.8 1 1.7 2.3 1.3 1.8 3.3
Ref No.
MODE 123456
CD PLAY 1.6 0.1 1.6 1.7 3.3 1.6
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY 0.15.15.13.32.23.30.13.4
Ref No.
MODE ECB SDG SDG ECB ECB
CD PLAY 0.1 4.2 -0.5 3.4 5.1 3.4 3.4 5.1 3.4 3.6 3.5 3.6 0 3.5 0
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 4 5.6 4.3 1.1 0 0.4 1.5 0 0.9 1.1 0 0.4 1.6 0 0.9
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 1.5 0 0.9 0.1 5.1 0.1 5.1 0 5.1 1.3 3.9 1.9 4.5 2.3 3.9
Ref No.
MODE 123456 ECB ECB
CD PLAY 0 0 1.3 0.1 0.1 4.8 0 4.3 0.1 3.4 3.3 0.1
IC8651
IC8701IC8695IC8691
IC8601
IC8606
IC8611
IC8421
IC8421
IC8651
IC8651
IC8901
IC9002
Q3902 Q3903
Q3941
IC9001
IC9003
Q3942
IC9005
Q8335
Q8341
Q8551 Q8552
Q8561
Q8562
Q3943
Q3901
Q8325
Q8331
Q8321
SA-PT850EE DVD MODULE P.C.B.
QR8111 QR8420
QR8571
63
SA-PT850EE
15.2. Main P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY05.105.11.2000005.15.12.502.55.15.153.30
STANDBY05552.200000552.402.35553.30
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY00000000.14.12.85.12.35.15.15.15.15.15.105.1
STANDBY000005.104.64.22.702.25.15.15.15.15.15.105
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
CD PLAY0050005.1000000005.1000.40
STANDBY05.154.9005000000000.1000.40
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CD PLAY5.15.15000055055.105.10.20002.75
STANDBY5.15.15.1000055055055.3004.92.75
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
CD PLAY 2.5 0 0 0 3.9 2.2 1.8 0 0.5 0.4 5.1 2.4 0.8 2.1 1.3 0 0.9 5.1 5.1 5
STANDBY 2.5 0 0 0 3.9 2.2 1.9 0 0.8 0.4 5.1 2 0.8 2.1 1.3 0 0.9 5.1 5.1 5
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY-5.100000-
STANDBY-5.100000-
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY00.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.300000000
STANDBY00.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.300000000
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY0.30.70.70006.100000000.70.70000
STANDBY0.30.70.70006.100000000.80.70000
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
CD PLAY00000000.10.11.40000.700.700.30.3-1.1
STANDBY00000000.10.11.40000.700.800.300
Ref No.
MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CD PLAY05.1050.30.300000000000.10.10.20.1
STANDBY05050.30.3000000000000.10.10.1
Ref No.
MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
CD PLAY0.10-6.86.9000000000000000.30.3
STANDBY00-6.86.900000000000.10.1000.20.2
Ref No.
MODE 12345678 12345678
CD PLAY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0.2 6.9 -5.3 1.2 0 -6.8 0 2.5 -5.3 5.1
STANDBY000-6.80007 -5.31.20-6.802.5-5.35.1
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 4.9 0 2.1 4.8 1.6 0 1.6 2.1 0 0 0 2.1 4.8 2.1 4.9 2.2 2.2 0 2.2 2.2
STANDBY 4.9 0 2.1 4.8 1.5 0 1.5 2.1 0 1.5 0 2.1 4.8 2.1 4.9 2.2 2.2 0 2.2 2.2
Ref No.
MODE2122232425262728293031 123456
CD PLAY 0 1.3 1.3 0 1.3 1.3 0 1.4 1.6 0 2.2 0 2.5 4.9 2.5 0 2.5
STANDBY01.31.301.31.301.41.602.2 02.54.92.502.5
Ref No.
MODE 12345 12345
CD PLAY 16.8 5.3 0 1 16.3 16.8 8.9 0 1 16.2
STANDBY 16.9 8.9 0 1 16.3 16.9 5.3 0 1 16.4
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B ECB ECB
CD PLAY0-4.60 050 004.2 5.6 -4.6 5.5 0 5.5 0
STANDBY1.81.70 0 5 0 05.10 4.4 4.3 0 0 0 4.4
Ref No.
MODE ECB ECB ECB 123456
CD PLAY 0 0 4.9 0 0.1 0.6 0 5.2 0.1 0 -4.6 0 0 -4.6 0
STANDBY 0 0 4.8 0 0.1 0.6 0 5.3 0.1 0 0.7 0 0 0.7 0
Ref No.
MODE 123456 123456 ECB
CD PLAY 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60
STANDBY 00.70 00.70 0 0.7 0 0 0.7 0 1.5 1.5 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B 123456 123456
CD PLAY 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60 0-4.60
STANDBY 1.51.50 00.70 00.70 00.70 00.70
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 0 4.8 0 0 4.8 0 0 0 5 0 16.7 -0.6 -6.9 -10.9 -7.4
STANDBY 0 4.6 2 0 4.8 0 0 0.1 4.8 0 16.8 -0.6 -6.9 -11 -7.5
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 0 -7.4 -0.6 6.9 8.7 7.6 2.7 4.7 3.4 4.5 4.5 5.1 4.4 4.5 5.1
STANDBY 0 -7.5 -0.6 7 8.7 7.6 2.7 4.7 3.4 4.5 4.5 5.1 4.4 4.5 5.1
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 5.3 5.2 4.5 0 5.1 -2.5 5.3 5.1 4.5 4.9 8.9 5.6 8.7 14 9.6
STANDBY 5.3 5.2 4.5 0 4.9 -2.4 5.3 5.1 4.5 5 8.9 5.6 9 14.4 9.7
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 5.1 0.1 5.3 0 5.1 0 5 0
STANDBY 0 5.1 0.2 5.3 0 5.2 0 5.1 0
Q2096
Q2202 Q2302
Q2103
Q2097 Q2101Q2030
IC2001
IC2751IC2102
IC2001
IC2001
IC2001
IC2001
IC2003
IC2101
IC2101
IC2101
IC2101
IC2101
IC2801
IC2802IC2801
IC2900 IC2903
Q1009 Q2003 Q2006 Q2008Q2007
Q2904Q2903
Q2201
Q2801 Q2804 Q2805
Q2502
Q2102
Q2916
Q2902
Q2901
Q2907
Q2908 Q2911Q2910Q2909
Q2900
Q2906
Q2922Q2921Q2919
SA-PT850EE MAIN P.C.B.
64
SA-PT850EE
15.3. D-Amp P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21.2 29.4 10.8 -0.1 -29.4 -17.3 -29.4 -0.1 10.8 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
STANDBY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21.2 29.4 11 -0.1 -29.4 -17.2 -29.4 -0.1 11 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23
CD PLAY 0 0 2.6
STANDBY 0 0 2.5
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 2.5 0 0 27.9 0 -29.2 -28.3 29.4 0 0 -29.4 -29.4 -29.4 0 0 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 27.9
STANDBY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21.3 29.4 11.1 0 -29.4 -17.1 -29.4 0.1 11 -29.4 -29.2 -29.2 29.1 0
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23
CD PLAY 0 0 2.6
STANDBY 0 0 2.6
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 2.54 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21 29.4 10.8 -0.1 -29.4 -17.3 -29.4 -0.1 10.8 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
STANDBY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.1 -21.2 29.4 11 -0.1 -29.4 -17.2 -29.4 0 11 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23
CD PLAY 0 0 2.6
STANDBY 0 0 2.5
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21.2 29.4 11.3 -0.1 -29.4 -16.8 -29.4 -0.1 11.3 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
STANDBY 2.5 0 0 29.1 0 -29.2 -21.3 29.4 11.1 -0.1 -29.4 -17 -29.4 -0.1 11.1 29.4 -29.2 -29.2 0 29.1
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23
CD PLAY 0 0 2.6
STANDBY 0 0 2.5
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314
CD PLAY 0 5.3 4.8 0 2.5 2.5 0 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.5 0 5.3 5.3
STANDBY 0 5 4.6 0 2.4 2.4 0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 0 5.1 5.2
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314
CD PLAY2.52.62.602.600000005.35.3
STANDBY2.52.72.602.700000005.25.2
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY050 050 0.700 0.700 5.35.24.6
STANDBY050 050 0.700 0.700 5.35.24.6
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY000.7 716.97.6 050 000.7 03.90.4
STANDBY 0 0 0.7 7 16.9 7.6 0 5 0 0 0.1 0.7 0 3.8 0.2
IC5000
IC5000
IC5200
IC5500
IC5400
IC5200
IC5300
IC5300
IC5400
IC5501
Q5101
Q5102 Q5601
Q5602
Q5603
SA-PT850EE D-AMP P.C.B.
Q5644
Q5604
Q5640 Q5641
Q5642
15.4. SMPS P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 12345671234567 123
CD PLAY 14 -11.3 -14.4 -14.6 -14.7 -14.6 -14.6 -13.7 -14.4 -14.1 -10.8 14.4 -14.7 -14.2 -27.1 -29.8 -2
STANDBY 14.1 -11.2 -14.4 -14.7 -14.7 -14.7 -14.6 -13.6 -14.4 -14.1 -10.9 14.4 -14.8 -14.2 -27.1 -29.8 -2
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY -14 -13.4 -14.2 -11 -11 -11.2 -14.8 -2.6 -14.8 -22 -2 -22.2 1.3 0 0.7
STANDBY -14 -13.4 -14.3 -11.1 -11 -11.2 -14.8 -2.6 -14.8 -22 -2 -22.2 1.3 0 0.7
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 0 0 0.7 0 5.1 0 0 3.3 0.5 3.6 4.5 4.2 0 5.1 -2.5
STANDBY 0 0 0.7 0 5.1 0 0 3.3 0.5 3.6 4.5 4.2 0 5.1 -2.4
Ref No.
MODE E C B
CD PLAY 0 0.1 4.9
STANDBY 0 0.1 4.8
SA-PT850EE SMPS P.C.B.
Q5720
Q5721 Q5722
Q5802
QR5801
QR5810
IC5799
Q5860
Q5861
Q5862 Q5898
Q5899
IC5801IC5701
65
SA-PT850EE
15.5. Panel & Tray Loading P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 12345678 12345678
CD PLAY000-6.90007 000-6.10006.9
STANDBY000-70007 000-6.90007
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY00002.92.21.842.32.22.205-24.4-22-24.4-24.4-19.6-19.8-15
STANDBY00002.92.11.942.22.22.205-24.4-24.4-22-24.4-14.9-19.6-12.5
Ref No.
MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY -24.4 -24.4 -24.3 -17.2 -14.8 -24.4 -24.4 -24.4 14.8 -24.8 -15 -22 -22.3 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2
STANDBY -24.3 -24.3 -24.3 -17.2 -14.9 -24.3 -24.3 -24.3 -17.2 -24.8 -15 -15 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2 -22.2
Ref No.
MODE 41 42 43 44
CD PLAY -22.2 -22.2 5 0
STANDBY -22.2 -22.2 5 0
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 0 0 0.7 7 0 6.9 0 0.1 4.9 0 6.8 0.1 2.3 2.3 0
STANDBY 0 0 0.7 7 0 6.9 0 0.1 4.9 0 6.8 0.1 2.3 2.3 0
Ref No.
MODE E C B
CD PLAY 4.8 - 4.5
STANDBY 4.9 - 4.5
Ref No.
MODE 123456789
CD PLAY 5.1 7.5 0.6 7.5 0 7.5 0.6 2.8 5.1
STANDBY 5.1 7.6 0.6 7.6 0 7.6 0.6 2.8 5.1
IC6106 IC6107
Q6102
Q6105 Q6110
Q6111
Q6201
SA-PT850EE PANEL P.C.B.
SA-PT850EE TRAY LOADING P.C.B.
IC6901
IC6901
IC6901
IC904
Q6202
15.6. Scart P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 1234567891011121314151617181920
CD PLAY 4.8 0 0 2.1 4.6 1.6 0 1.6 2.2 4.8 0.1 0 0 0 0.1 4.8 2.6 2.6 0 3.7
STANDBY 4.8 0 0 2.1 4.6 1.6 0 1.6 2.2 4.8 0.1 0 0 0 0.1 4.8 2.6 2.6 0 3.7
Ref No.
MODE212223242526272829303132 123456
CD PLAY 0 0 3.5 3.5 0 1.3 1.3 0 1.4 1.6 0 0 0 2.4 4.8 2.8 0 2.5
STANDBY03.73.701.31.301.41.602.30 02.54.82.402.4
Ref No.
MODEECBECBECBECB
CD PLAY 0 8.3 0.1 1.1 0 1.1 11.5 11.5 0 0 0.1 4.5
STANDBY 0 7.3 0 1 0 1.1 11.5 11.5 0.1 0 0.1 4.5
Ref No.
MODE 123456 ECB ECB ECB
CD PLAY 4.8 4.8 4.8 0 0 0 11.5 16.8 12.1 0 4.6 0 0 0 -4.6
STANDBY 4.8 4.8 4.8 0 0 0 11.4 16.9 12.1 0 4.6 0 0 0 0.7
Ref No.
MODE E C B
CD PLAY 0 0 4.6
STANDBY 0 0 0.7
Q1002
Q1005
Q1004Q1003
SA-PT850EE SCART P.C.B.
IC1101
IC1102IC1101
Q1006 Q1007 Q1008 Q1100
Q1200
15.7. Mic P.C.B.
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY000-6.90006.9
STANDBY000-6.90007
Ref No.
MODE 12345678910111213141516
CD PLAY - 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 0.6 0.6 0 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 0.9 5.2 -
STANDBY - 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 0.6 0.6 0 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 0.9 5.2 -
Ref No.
MODE 12345678
CD PLAY 6.6 0 0 -6.9 0 0 0.1 6.9
STANDBY 6.6 0 0 -6.9 0 0 0.1 7
Ref No.
MODE E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY000 005 000
STANDBY000 005 000
IC7000
SA-PT850EE MIC P.C.B.
IC7100
IC7200
Q7102Q7101
Q7100
66
SA-PT850EE
15.8. Waveform Chart
15.8.1. Waveform 1
WF No. IC1101-4 (PLAY)
1.3Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC1101-8,21,24 (PLAY) WF No. IC1101-11 (PLAY)
0.5Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC1101-13 (PLAY)
0.5Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC1101-18 (PLAY)
0.9Vp-p(20usec/div)0.8Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC1101-15 (PLAY)
WF No. IC1102-2 (PLAY)
2.1Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC1101-32 (PLAY)
2.1Vp-p(20usec/div)
1.1Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC2001-13 (PLAY)
5.2Vp-p(100nsec/div)
WF No. IC2001-15 (PLAY)
2.8Vp-p(100sec/div)
WF No. IC2101-14,19 (PLAY)
2.4Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2101-15,16,17,
18 (PLAY)
8Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2101-81,82 (PLAY)
3.2Vp-p(200usec/div)1.5Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2101-80 (PLAY)
WF No. IC2101-95, 96 (PLAY)
3.2Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2102-1 (PLAY)
6.8Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2102- 7(PLAY)
1.5Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-6 (PLAY)
1.2Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-8,11 (PLAY)
1.3Vp-p(100nsec/div)
WF No. IC2801-4 (PLAY)
0.7Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-13,15 (PLAY)
3.4Vp-p(2usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-18,21 (PLAY)
0.25Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-24 (PLAY)
3.4Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC2801-30 (PLAY)
3.4Vp-p(20usec/div)
67
SA-PT850EE
15.8.2. Waveform 2
WF No. IC5500-5 (PLAY)
7.2Vp-p(500nsec/div)
WF No. IC5701-1,4 (PLAY)
WF No. IC5799-2,3,5 (PLAY)
170Vp-p(5msec/div)
180Vp-p(5msec/div)
WF No. IC5500-8 (PLAY)
5.6Vp-p(500nsec/div)
WF No. IC6901-5 (PLAY)
2.8Vp-p(100nsec/div)
WF No. IC5400-2,22 (PLAY)
0.6Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC5400- 1 (PLAY)
5.8Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5400-10,14 (PLAY)
76Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5300-10,14 (PLAY)
76Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5300-2,22 (PLAY)
0.6Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC5801-1,2,3 (PLAY)
0.5Vp-p(2usec/div)
WF No. IC5000- 1 (PLAY)
5.8Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5000-10,14 (PLAY)
76Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5200- 1 (PLAY)
5.8Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5200-10,14 (PLAY)
76Vp-p(1usec/div)
WF No. IC5000- 2,22 (PLAY)
0.6Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC5200-2,22 (PLAY)
0.6Vp-p(200usec/div)
WF No. IC2802-2 (PLAY)
2Vp-p(20usec/div)
WF No. IC5300- 1 (PLAY)
5.8Vp-p(1usec/div)
68
SA-PT850EE
16 Illustration of IC's, Transistors and Diodes
No.1
No.1
1
3
2
B0EAKM000117
B0EAMM000057
B0JAME000029
B0EAKB000004
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
C3ABPG000145 (54p)
C9ZB00000461 (32p)
XP0621400L
C0EBA0000029 (4p)
C0FBBK000050 (28p)
C0DBZYY00018 (8p) C0JBAF000716 (14p)
C1BB00001061 (16p)
C0DBZYE00002 (8p)
C0ABBB000350 (8p)
C0JBAB000902 (14p)
C0JBAB000908 (6p)
C1AB00001731 (6p)
C0JBAZ001251 (20p)
C0HBB0000057 (44p)
C1AB00002735 (100p)
C2CBYY000418 (100p)
RFKWMHB0E321
MN864702A (128P)
MN2DS0018MP (216P)
1
24
25
48
C0AABB000125
C0ABBB000230 (8p)
MIP4110MSSCF
1
4
8
5
14
25
3
E
C
B
B1BACD000018
B0ACCK000005
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
B0JCAE000001
B0JCPD000025
B0BC01700015
B0BC035A0007
B0BC3R400001
B0BC4R600016
B0BC7R500001
B0BC6R100010
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
B0BC2R4A0006
B0BC3R700004
B0BC01200019
B0BC5R000009
B0BC5R600003
B0BC010A0007
Cathode
A
Ca
Anode
MA2J11100L
MAZ82400HL
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
MA2J72800L
C0GBG0000048 C0GAY0000013
2SD1819A0L
2SB0709AHL
2SD0601AHL
2SB1218ARL
UNR511V00L
UNR211H00L
UNR221200L
UNR521100L
B1ABCF000176
B1ABCF000011
B1GBCFJJ0051
B1GDCFGA0018
B1ADGB000008
B1GBCFLL0037
B1CFHA000002
B1ABEB000002 B1ADCE000012
B1ABGC000005
B1ADCF000001
B1GBCFJN0033
Anode
Anode
Anode
Cathode
B0FBAR000041
1
28
15
14
7
21
30
22
8
29
B1GFGCAA0001
XN0460100L
1
2
3
456
C0DABFC00002C0DBEHG00006C1BA00000487
Ca
A
A
B0HBSM000043
C
E
B
B1BACG000023
B1BCCG000002
ECB
2SC3940ARA
B1AAKD000012
B1ACKD000006
C0EBE0000456
C0JBAA000501
C0JBAA000502
C0JBAB000907
C0CBCDC00063 C5HACYY00003
1
4
5
23
B0ZAZ0000052 B0HFRJ000012
A
Ca
Cathode
Anode
ERZV10V511CS
Cathode
Anode
B0ADCJ000020
Anode
Cathode
1
23
1
4
8
5
B1BABK000001
12
3
C0DAAYY00042
C0DAAMH00012
2
1345
E
C
B
1
9
1
24
3576
B3AAA0000803
Anode
Cathode
Ca
A
Ca
A
69
SA-PT850EE
SA-PT850EE
70
17 Wiring Connection Diagram
SA-PT850EE WIRING CONNECTION
VR7001
H7000
JK7001
JK7002
MIC 2 MIC 1
MIC VOLUME
1
23
4
5
1
123
7
9
8
23
4
5
1
78
BMAIN P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
CPANEL P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
DVOLUME P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
EMIC P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
FUSB P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
REF
NO.316
+
-
MCS901
7
1
PbF
TO TUNER
PACK UNIT
FOR SOFTWARE
TO OPTICAL
PICKUP TO SPINDLE
MOTOR ASS’Y
FP8101
FP8251 JK8001
FP8531
FP3902
125
226
1
5
2
6
1
50
17
P3901
23
22 21
20
19151051
HDMI AV
OUT
OPTICAL
IN
AV
PbF
PbF
ADVD MODULE P.C.B.
(SIDE:B)
1
7
TO USB
AUX
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
CN2008
CN2001
CN2015
CN2002
JK2001
CN2009
CN2006
CN2010
CN2004
CN2007
CN2020
1
19 18
2
1
2
781
11
12
78
1
3
2
4
49
50
47
48
1
267
17
1
218
19
1
2
17
16
110
8
97
6
5
4
CN5802 CN5801
118
11
FP8002
FP8001
FP8004
FP8003
16
1
6
1
1
26
26
FRONT SPEAKER L
TO FAN UNIT
FRONT SPEAKER R
SURROUND SPEAKER R
SURROUND SPEAKER L
CENTER SPEAKER
SUBWOOFER
CN5050
H5500
CN5501
JK5001
1
8
2
1
16
17
1
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2
117
230V 50HZ
WHT
GRY
P5701
CN1001
JK1001
1
218
19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
JK6802
18
19
2
1
CN6902
Z6900
1
2
3
1
3
5
4
2
6
7
CN9000
FP9002
1
5
JK6801
VR6801
VOLUME
CN6901
1
2
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GD-AMP P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
HSMPS P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
IAC-INLET P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
JSCART P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
K RELAY P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
L TRAY LOADING P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE)
GRY
WHT
123 4
SENSOR MUSIC PORT
HEADPHONE
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
PbF
53421
FP9001
1
9
CN2013
2
1
3
AC IN
SA-PT850EE
71
SA-PT850EE
72
18 Block Diagram
18.1. System Control
CN6902
9
CN2007
CN6902
10
CN2007
CN6902
11
CN2007
CN6902
5
CN2007
CN6902
2
CN2007
CN6901
1
CN2020
CN2007
5
CN6902
CN2007
6
CN6902
CN2007
7
CN6902
Q6201 D6901
DRIVE
LED
CN6902
1
CN2007
AC IN LED
SYNC
(VOLUME)
JOG A
76
JOG B
77
CN6901
CN6901
CN2020
3
CN2020
4
ACS MUTE
ACS
ACS MUTE
ACS IN
74
92
FOR SOFTWARE
TXD
CLOCK
RXD
BUSY
1
2
3
5
CN2006
CN2006
CN2006
CN2006
FX DO
FX CLK
FX DI
FX DET1
31
33
32
34
AUDIO
FROM/TO
ECHO LV1
ECHO LV2
ECHO MUTE
MIC SW
ECHO LVL1
ECHO LVL2
ECHO MUTE
83
84
88
MIC SW
5
Q2006, Q2007, Q2008
SYSTEM CONTROL
IC2001
C2CBYY000418
SA-PT850EE SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
13
15
30
DVD CMD
TUN CLK
39
TUN DI
38
DVD CLK
28
DVD STAT
29
DVD MUTE
42
TUN SD
49
TUN DO
37
SENSE1
59
FROM/TO
AUDIO
FROM/TO
AUDIO
SENSE1
SENSE2
60
SENSE2
ECS
25
ASP CLK
47
ASP DAT
48
MIC EN
21
TV EN
26
FX EN
39
AGC EN
45
OPT EN
61
ECK
24
EDA
23
SYNC
19
DC DET2
63
DC DET1
43
78
MODE DA
MUTE F SW
68
PCONT
72
MUTE C S
69
71
KEY2
91
HP MUTE
KEY1
97
MPORT
FROM AUDIO
HP DETECT
FROM AUDIO
HP MUTE
46
SCART MUTE
SCART MUTE
DC DET1
MUTE S
MUTE F
MOD DA
IC2003
EEPROM
(Not Supplied)
CS
DO
SK
DI
FL DISPLAY
G1
P17
G10
P1
G1
P17
G10
P1
FL6901
DISPLAY DRIVER
IC6901
C0HBB0000057
FL CLK
D IN
FL2
3
4
6
5
ASP CLK
ASP DAT
TO AUDIO
CEC OUT
73
CEC IN
75
BUFFER
Q2096,Q2097
CEC OUT
CEC IN
VMUTE
VMUTE
TO
DVD (VIDEO)
87
STB
18
CLK
85
7
8
9
FLD OUT
RMT
OSC
5
30
-VP
(REMOTE SENSOR)
Z6900
98
86
FL STB
FL1
+18V
X IN
X OUT
X2001
10MHz
TUN CLK
TUN DI
TUN SD
TUN DO
TUNER PACK
SYNC
DC DET
DC DET
PCONT
Q2900
ZFLAG
CPU CLOCK
CPU STATUS
CPU CMD
FP8101
2
CN2001
FP8101
CN2001
FP8101
CN2001
CN2002
2
CN2002
CN2002
CN2002
3
4
6
1
FP8101
CN2001
23
3
VREF
S6801 S6802 S6803 S6804 S6907
REVERSE FORWARDSELECTOR STOP
S6902
S6901
POWER OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
12 6
CN5050
CN2009
13 5
CN5050
CN2009
17 1
CN5050
CN2009
16 2
10
CN5802
CN2004
1
CN5802CN2004
4
CN5802CN2004
7
CN2010
5
FP3902
CN2010
FP3902
SWITCHING
TRANSFORMER
T2900
PSAVE
CONTROL
FP2900
8
9
31
5
VREF
VREFVREF
VREF
VREF
CN5050CN2009
DIGITAL AUDIO
AMP
FROM/TO
POWER
FROM/TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
FROM/TO
DVD (AUDIO)
TO/FROM
100
S902
Q2030
CONTROL
VREF
BRAKE H
VCC VREF
TRY CW
TRY CCW
MOTOR
TRAY
LOADING
C0GAY0000013
TRAY LOADING MOTOR DRIVE
IC904
CONTROL
DRIVE
7
3
28
1
9 2
3
4
TRAY CLOSE
M+9V
OPEN
1
3
7
4
S901
1
TRAY OPEN
PLAY
2
CS901
CS901
CN2015
CN2015
CN2015
CN2015
CN2015
CS901
CS901
CS901
VREF
12
RGB H
RGB H
53
YC H
YC H
65
WIDE 1
WIDE 1
80
46
RESET
Q2003
RESET
VREF
SYS6V
VR6801
SA-PT850EE
73
18.2. DVD (Servo)
1
-
FP8251
2
-
FP8251
MOTOR
SPINDLE
M
3
-
FP8251
4
-
FP8251
CH3
CH3
VCC2-Vf
2
2
VCC2-Vf
CH4
CH4
-
+
2
VCC1
CH2
CH2
CH1
CH1
OPIN+
OPIN-
4
5
+
-
MOTOR
TRAVERS
M
BIAS2
+
-
LDIN
24
25
1
VO3-
18
+
-
VO3+
17
+
-
SHIFT
LEVEL
VO4-
16
+
-
VO4+
15
-
+
-
+
-
+
SHIFT
LEVEL
+
-
BIAS1
SHIFT
LEVEL
SHIFT
LEVEL
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
VO2-
VO2+
VO1-
VO1+
OPOUT
VIN3
VIN1
VIN2
TRIN
OPTICAL PICK UP UNIT
PHOTO DETECTOR
A3A4
B3B4
A2A1
B2B1
24
FP8531
F-
22
FP8531
HFM
25
COIL
FOCUS
FP8531
F+
ACTUATOR
COIL
TRACKING
23
FP8531
T-
T+
26
FP8531
(CD)
DIODE
LASER
(DVD)
DIODE
LASER
AMP
HEAD
11
12
13
14
AD1
6
122
66 23
DRV1
PWM1
2
126
127
3
PWM0
DRV0
26
67
VHALF
110
MOTOR DRIVE
48 27
MUTE
CH3
P3
P4
MUTE
CH1,2
9
49
LPC2
TRCDATA1
LPCO2
LPC1
LPCO1
RFINP
RFINN
VIN10
VIN9
VIN8
VIN7
VIN6
VIN5
VIN4
VIN3
VIN2
VIN1
105
PIN(CD)
FP8531
3
FP8531
PIN(DVD)
103
12
LD DRIVE
11
106
LD+(CD)
FP8531
Q8561,Q8562
SUPPLY CONTROL
SWITCH
QR8571
LD DRIVE
Q8551,Q8552
FP8531
LD+(DVD)
104
9
14
96
RFP
FP8531
FP8531
RFN 95
13
111
112
17
116
FE2(DVD/CD)
FP8531
FP8531
FE1(DVD/CD)
115
16
5
114
SUB2
FP8531
4
FP8531
SUB1
113
118
TD(DVD)
FP8531
19
TC(DVD)
117
18
FP8531
20
FP8531
TB(DVD)
119
TA(DVD)
21
FP8531
DV5.0 LSI
120
20
MUTE
CH4
78
HFMON
D+3.3V
IC8001 IC8251
MN2DS0018MP C0GBG0000048
SA-PT850EE DVD (SERVO) BLOCK DIAGRAM
: DVD HEAD SIGNAL LINE
: DVD RF SIGNAL LINE
: MOTOR DRIVE SIGNAL LINE
: CD HEAD SIGNAL LINE : TRACKING ERROR SIGNAL LINE
: FOCUS ERROR SIGNAL LINE
SA-PT850EE
74
18.3. DVD (Audio)
4
6
USB
RECEPTACLE
D +
D -
3
1
CN9000
VBUS OUT
2
3
FP9001
1
FP9001
2
FP9001
3
5
FP9002
CN9000FP9002
CN9000FP9002
4
IC9005
5
4
3
2
OC
EN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
6
7
OUT 8
C0DBZYE00002
USB VBUS
USB OVER
D+5V
146
ROUT
144
LOUT
60
65
P13
DRV2
REGULATOR
OPTICAL PIC-UP UNIT
ADDRESS
MEMORY
DATA
MEMORY
IC8051
64M SDRAM
ADDRESS
MEMORY
DATA
MEMORY
CLK
NWE
NCAS
NRAS
NCS
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
38
16
17
18
19
35
22
34
33
32
31
30
29
26
25
24
23
53
51
50
48
47
45
44
42
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
MCK
NWE
NCAS
NRAS
NCSM
MA11
(DQM3)
MA10
MA9
MA8
MA7
MA6
MA5
MA4
MA3
MA2
MA1
MA0
MDQ15
MDQ14
MDQ13
MDQ12
MDQ11
MDQ10
MDQ9
MDQ8
MDQ7
MDQ6
MDQ5
MDQ4
MDQ3
MDQ2
MDQ1
MDQ0
IC8001
DV5.0 LSI
RFINP
VN1RF
VN2RF
VN3RF
VN4RF
RFINN
P6
P7
P8
53
55
SYSTEM
CONTROL
TO/FROM
CPU CLOCK
CPU STATUS
CPU CMD
FP8101
2
CN2001
1
3
FP8101
CN2001
100
14
FP8531
RFP
RFN
13
FP8531
160
162
164
168
170
172
176
178
177
175
171
169
201
203
207
209
208
206
202
200
198
199
192
190
189
188
194
181
185
167
163
161
159
TD(DVD)
19
TC(DVD)
18
20
TB(DVD)
TA(DVD)
21
95
96
97
98
99
1
2
4
54
FP8101
CN2001
62
151
63
64
150
149
58
215
148
57
71
FP8101
CN2001
39
FP8101
CN2001
37
FP8101
CN2001
35
FP8101
CN2001
33
FP8101
CN2001
31
FP8101
CN2001
29
FP8101
CN2001
27
FP8101
CN2001
25
23
FP8101
CN2001
A MUTE
QR8420
MUTING
OUTPUT AMP AND
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
AND GATE
AND GATE
IC8695
C0JBAA000502
IC8691
C0JBAA000502
6
13
12
11
7
8
SRCK
LRCK
DRV3
DRV4
DRV5
ADOUT
DATA1
DATA4
DATA3
DATA2
LRCK
BCK
4
3
2
DACCK
P11
STB DAC
P10
MD
5
FG
SCK
MC
MS
27
28
15
16
19
20
21
22
26
DVD MIX L
DVD MIX R
DVD FL
DVD FR
DVD SL
DVD SR
DVD CNT
SUBW
ZFLAG
MN2DS0018MP
IC8421
AUDIO DAC
C0FBBK000050
I/F
INPUT
SERIAL
CONTROLLER
FUNCTION
WITH
DIGITAL FILTER
OVERSAMPLING
4X/8X
MODULATOR
DELTA-SIGMA
MULTI-LEVEL
ENHANCED
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
LOW-PASS FILTER
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
V OUT5
V OUT4
V OUT3
V OUT2
V OUT1
LOW-PASS FILTER
DAC
OUTPUT AMP AND
DAC
LOW-PASS FILTER
DAC
ZERO2
V OUT8
V OUT7
V OUT6
MANAGER
CLOCK
SYSTEM
ZERO DETECT
CLOCK
SYSTEM
I/F
CONTROL
FUNCTION
TO AUDIO
TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
C3ABPG000145
FP8531
FP8531
FP8531
FP8531
1
2
4
FP8101
CN2001
SA-PT850EE
DVD (AUDIO) BLOCK DIAGRAM
P5
50
IC9003
X9004
INVERTER GATE
C0JBAB000908
60
65
82
3
4
5
7
6
IC8651
32M FLASH MEMORY
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
DATA
ADDRESS
ADDRESS / DATA
NRST
NEXOE
NEXCE
NEXWE
EXADR20
EXADR19
EXADR18
EXADR17
EXADR16
EXADT15
EXADT14
EXADT13
EXADT12
EXADT11
EXADT10
EXADT9
EXADT8
EXADT7
EXADT6
EXADT5
EXADT4
EXADT3
EXADT2
EXADT1
EXADT0
XRST
12
28
XOE
XCE
26
11
XWE
A20
10
9
A19
A18
16
17
A17
A16
48
1
A15
A14
2
3
A13
A12
4
5
A11
A10
6
7
A9
A8
8
18A7
A6 19
20A5
A4 21
22A3
A2 23
24A1
A0 25
45
DQ15
DQ14
43
41
DQ13
DQ12
39
36
DQ11
DQ10
34
32
DQ9
DQ8
30
DQ7
44
DQ6
42
DQ5
40
38
DQ4
DQ3
35
33
DQ2
31
DQ1
DQ0
29
212
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
35
34
30
45
31
213
214
70
IC9002
LATCH
LE
11
D8 9
D7
D6
8
7
D5
D4
6
5
D3
D2
4
3
D1
EXADT15
EXADT14
EXADT13
EXADT12
EXADT11
EXADT10
EXADT9
EXADT8
EXADT7
EXADT6
EXADT5
EXADT4
EXADT3
EXADT2
EXADT1
EXADT0 2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Q8
Q7
Q6
Q5
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q1
IC9001
LATCH
LE
11
D8 9
D7
D6
8
7
D5
D4
6
5
D3
D2
4
3
D1
EXADT7
EXADT6
EXADT5
EXADT4
EXADT3
EXADT2
EXADT1
EXADT0
EXADT7
EXADT6
EXADT5
EXADT4
EXADT3
EXADT2
EXADT1
EXADT0 2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Q8
Q7
Q6
Q5
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q1
C0JBAZ001251
C0JBAZ001251
RFKWMHB0E321
3
1
3
OPTICAL IN
JK8001
EXTRG1
75
IECINPUT
: DVD : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
AUDIO SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE
: DVD RF SIGNAL LINE
SA-PT850EE
75
18.4. DVD (Video)
4
C IN
8
5
14
Y IN
MUTE 1
MUTE 2
CR IN
15
13
CB IN
CY IN
11
C OUT
32
IC1101
VIDEO BUFFER
C9ZB00000461
10
BIAS
6dB LPF
6 MHz
CLAMP
6dB LPF
6 MHz
LPF
6 MHz
BIAS
6dB LPF
12 MHz
BIAS
6dB LPF
12 MHz
6dB LPF
12 MHz
CLAMP
+
CY OUT
CY SAG
23
24
75
CR OUT
CR SAG
17
18
75
Y OUT
Y SAG
26
27
75
V OUT
V SAG
29
30
75
CB OUT
CB SAG
20
21
75
75
BIAS
6
CV IN
CLAMP
6dB
L
H
SEL
7
SEL
L
H
REGULATOR
Q1004Q1003
Q1005
SWITCH
Q1002
SWITCH
SWITCH
JK1001
21PIN AV JACK
GREEN I/O
BLUE I/O
FUNK SW
BLK I/O
V OUT
RED I/O
Q1006
BUFFER
Q2805
INVERTER
Q1008
INVERTER
11
7
19
15
8
16
SCART+18V
Q1007
AMP
9
CN1001
CN2008
CN2008
CN2008
11
13
7
5
CN1001
CN1001
CN1001
CN1001
4
CN1001
14
CN1001
3
CN1001
10
CN1001
DVD A+5V
CN2008
CN2008
CN2008
CN2008
CN2008
CN2008
IC8001
DV5.0 LSI
MN2DS0018MP
CR/PR/R
CB/PB/B
Y/PY/G
4
C IN
8
5
14
Y IN
MUTE 1
MUTE 2
CR IN
15
13
CB IN
CY IN
11
C OUT
32
IC2801
VIDEO BUFFER
C9ZB00000461
10
PR(BLUE)
JK2001
PB(GREEN)
JK2001
BIAS
6dB LPF
6 MHz
CLAMP
6dB LPF
6 MHz
LPF
6 MHz
BIAS
6dB LPF
12 MHz
BIAS
6dB LPF
12 MHz
6dB LPF
12 MHz
CLAMP
+
CY OUT
CY SAG
23
24
75
CR OUT
CR SAG
17
18
75
Y OUT
Y SAG
26
27
75
V OUT
V SAG
29
30
75
CB OUT
CB SAG
20
21
75
75
BIAS
6
CV IN
CLAMP
6dB
L
H
SEL
7
SEL
131
130
L
H
C
Y
129
138
DAC1 OUT
DAC2 OUT
DAC3 OUT
DAC4 OUT
DAC5 OUT
139
RGB H
YC H
FROM
SYSTEM CONTROL
WIDE 1
VMUTE
BUFFER
Q8331
BUFFER
Q8335
BUFFER
Q8341
BUFFER
Q8321
BUFFER
Q8325
MUTING
Q2801
MUTING
Q2804
49
CN2001
FP8101
47
CN2001
FP8101
45
CN2001
FP8101
43
CN2001
FP8101
41
CN2001
FP8101
SA-PT850EE DVD (VIDEO) BLOCK DIAGRAM
: DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE
6
4
1
Y(RED)
JK2001
VIDEO BUFFER
IC2802
C1AB00001731
IN1
IN2
SW
OUT
2
6
4
1
VIDEO BUFFER
IC1102
C1AB00001731
IN1
IN2
SW
OUT
2
SA-PT850EE
76
18.5. DVD (HDMI)
SCLOCK VCLK
X8621
OSCO
OSCI
NRST
TRCDATA2
P1
P2
FG
HDMI TRANSMITTER
MN864702A
HDMI
CONNECTOR
P3901
IC8001
DV5.0 LSI
MN2DS0018MP
61
156
155
70
5
6
1
1
79
46
47
71
PCLK IN
HCLK
HSDA
HSCL
NRESET
107
NIRQ
HPD
SDA
SCL
10
119
120
121
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
8
TXCM
TXCP
TX0M
TX0P
TX1M
TX1P
TX2M
TX2P
EXT SWING
D2-
D2 GND
D2+
D1-
D1 GND
D1+
D0-
D0 GND
D0+
CLK-
CLK GND
HDMISDA
HDMISCL
HOTPLG
CEC
18 + 5V
CLK+
OUT
1
OUT
RESET
C0EBA0000029
C0JBAB000907
( Not Supplied)
SDA
SDA
HOTPLG
TXRST
SCL
SCL
RESET
C0EBE0000456
IC8606
16M EEPROM
IC8611
AND GATE
C0JBAA000501
IC8901
INVERTER GATE
24
1
IC8601
IC3901
117
114
113
CEC CIRCUIT
Q3941,Q3942,Q3943
AMSDI0
AMSDI1
AMSDI2
AMSDI3
AMDAWS
AMDACL
AUDIO I/F
VIDEO I/F
DRV4
SRCK
LRCK
DRV3
DRV5
ADOUT
38
37
36
35
41
151
62
63
149
150
64
45
9
10
11
12
13
14
17
18
EXDT15
EXDT7
EXDT14
EXDT6
EXDT13
EXDT15
EXDT12
EXDT4
DVOUT0
DVOUT1
DVOUT2
DVOUT3
DVOUT4
DVOUT5
DVOUT6
DVOUT7 D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
87
88
89
90
92
93
94
95
AMRX
AMDAM
DACCK
IEC OUT
33
43
148
152
UP
CONVERTER
&
SQUEEZE
COLOR
SPACE
CONVERTER
AV
CONTROLLER
HDCP
CIPHER /
ENCRYPTOR
TDMS
ENCODER
TDMS
TRANSMITTER
CONFIGURATION
REGISTER DDC I/F
D+3.3V
D+3.3V
CEC IN
CEC OUT
CONFIGURATION
REGISTER
I2C I/F
LEVEL
SHIFTER
LEVEL
SHIFTER
BUFFER
Q3902
Q3903
Q3901
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
15
19
13
IC8701
111
108
54
IN OUT
TERMINAL VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC3952
M + 9V
4
2
C0CBCDC00063
7
CN2010
5
FP3902
CN2010
FP3902
SYSTEM CONTROL
TO/FROM
SA-PT850EE DVD (HDMI) BLOCK DIAGRAM
: DVD : DVD VIDEO SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
AUDIO SIGNAL LINE
SA-PT850EE
77
18.6. Audio
+
_
+
_
Q1200
MUTING
Q1009
MUTING
CONTROL
Q1100
MUTING
TV RCH
TV LCH
LINEOUT R
LINEOUT L
JK1001
3
1
6
2
21PIN AV JACK
SCART MUTE
FROM
SYSTEM CONTROL
OPERATIONAL AMP
C0ABBB000230
IC6106
Q6102,Q6105,Q6110,
Q6111,Q6202
ACS
ACS MUTE
TO/FROM
SYSTEM
CONTROL
17
16
ACS MUTE
ACS
CN6902
CN6902
CN2007
CN2007
9
IC7100
DIGITAL DELAY WITH ECHO VOLUME
C1BB00001061
LPF1
LPF2
2
A/DD/A MAIN
CONTROL
OSC AUTO
RESET
20KBIT SRAM
IC7200
C0ABBB000230
MIC AMP
SWITCH
SWITCH
ECHO LV1
Q7100
MUTING
Q7102
Q7101
LPF2OUT LPF1IN ASP MICIN
MIC SW
JK7002
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
MIC 2
MIC SW
JK7001
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
MIC 1
5
H7000
CN2013
+
_
+
_
MIC AMP
IC7000
C0ABBB000230
VR7001
6
5
7
2
3
1
+
_
5
6
7
ECHO MUTE
ECHO LV2
FROM/TO
SYSTEM
CONTROL
MIC VOLUME
1
CN2013
H7000
C0ABBB000350
IC2751
LEVEL
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
MPORT
SUB IN
MIC IN
C IN
OP IN 1
OP IN 2 OP OUT 2
FLVOL OUT
FRVOL OUT
FLF IN
FRF IN
SL OUT
SR OUT
FL OUT
FR OUT
C OUT
SURROUND L
SURROUND R
FRONT L
FRONT R
CENTER
SUBOUT
OP OUT 1
46
C1AB00002735
AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSOR
FL IN
SL IN
SR IN
INL2
INR2
INL3
INR4
INR3
INL4
RECOUTR
RECOUTL
AUX L
JK2001
FLSEL OUT
FRSEL OUT
FLVOL IN
FRVOL IN
SLVOL IN
SRVOL IN
CVOL IN
SUBVOL IN
SLSEL OUT
SRSEL OUT
CSEL OUT
SUBSEL OUT
IC2101
AUX R
JK2001
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
AGC
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
H BASS
ASS
TONE
INL1
INR1
AMP
100
MIX R
MIX L
TUN R-CH
TUN L-CH
AUX R-CH
AUX L-CH
FR IN
RMPORT L
RMPORT R
99
90
89
92
91
93
95
86
85
82
81
79
78
80
7777
97
62
63
12
21
36
35
22
60
20
37
23
52
34
13
19
FRF IN
15
27
14
30
16
44
SRVOL OUT
SLVOL OUT
CVOL OUT
39
25
32
SRF IN
CF IN
SLF IN
40
26
31
48
47
45
46
MCU
I/F
DVD FR
DVD FL
DVD SR
DVD SL
DVD CNT
DVD SUBW
96
94
C0AABB000125
IC2102
HEADPHONES AMP
5
67
-
+
-
+
31
Q2201
Q2101
MUTING
CONTROL
MUTING
17
41
18
2
ASP CLK
ASP DAT
FROM
SYSTEM
CONTROL
FROM
DVD
(AUDIO)
OPERATIONAL AMP
SENSE 1
SENSE 2
TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
HP MUTE
FROM
SYSTEM CONTROL
SA-PT850EE AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM
SUBWOOFER
TUNER PACK
JK6801
HP DETECT
TO SYSTEM CONTROL
HEADPHONES
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
INR5
INL5
FMPORT R
FMPORT L
88
87
JK6802
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
MUSIC PORT
MPORT R-CH
MPORT L-CH
MPORT
Q2103
MUTING
TO
AUDIO
DIGITAL AMP
TO AUDIO
DIGITAL AMP
25
CN2001
FP8101
27
CN2001
FP8101
31
CN2001
FP8101
29
CN2001
FP8101
35
CN2001
FP8101
33
CN2001
FP8101
39
CN2001
FP8101
37
CN2001
FP8101
5
7
CN2002
CN2002
117
CN5050
CN2009
315
CN5050
CN2009
711
CN5050
CN2009
99
CN5050
CN2009
11 7
CN5050
CN2009
513
CN5050
CN2009
6
8
CN2020
CN6901
CN2020
CN6901
HP L-CH
HP R-CH
13
CN6902
CN2007
15
CN6902
CN2007
18
CN2008
CN1001
CN1001
16
CN2008
19
CN2008
CN1001
CN1001
15
CN2008
CLOCK
DATA
12
3
6
5
7
C0ABBB000230
IC6107
MUSIC PORT AMP
12
CN2008
CN1001
A(A)IN
A(B)IN
A(A)OUT
A(B)OUT
L IN
R IN
L OUT
R OUT
AUTO
CALIBRATION
CERCUIT
:FM SIGNAL LINE
:MAIN SIGNAL LINE :AUX, MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE
Q2202
Q2102
Q2302
Q2502
MUTING
MUTING
MUTING
MUTING
SA-PT850EE
78
18.7. Audio Digital Amp
IN1M
IN2M
IN1P
IN2P
SGND1
SGND2
OSC
MODE
INPUT
STAGE
INPUT
STAGE
PWM
MODULATOR CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CURRENT PROTECTION
VOLTAGE PROTECTION
PWM
MODULATOR
OSCILLATOR MANAGER
STABI
RELEASE1
RELEASE2
SWITCH1
SWITCH2
ENABLE1
ENABLE2
MUTE
MUTE
MODE
2
3
STABI
PROT
VDDP2
VSSP2 VDDP1
VSSP1
BOOT1
BOOT2
OUT1
SL +
SR +
OUT2
IC5400
C1BA00000487
AUDIO DIGITAL POWER AMP
5
19
23
1
21
22
9
10
15
14
13
11
816
12 7
IN1M
IN2M
IN1P
IN2P
SGND1
SGND2
OSC
MODE
INPUT
STAGE
INPUT
STAGE
PWM
MODULATOR CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CURRENT PROTECTION
VOLTAGE PROTECTION
PWM
MODULATOR
OSCILLATOR MANAGER
STABI
RELEASE1
RELEASE2
SWITCH1
SWITCH2
ENABLE1
ENABLE2
MUTE
MUTE
MODE
2
3
STABI
PROT
VDDP2
VSSP2 VDDP1
VSSP1
BOOT1
BOOT2
OUT1
FL +
FR +
OUT2
IC5000
C1BA00000487
AUDIO DIGITAL POWER AMP
5
19
23
1
21
22
9
10
15
14
13
11
816
12 7
IN1M
IN2M
IN1P
IN2P
SGND1
SGND2
OSC
MODE
INPUT
STAGE
INPUT
STAGE
PWM
MODULATOR CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CURRENT PROTECTION
VOLTAGE PROTECTION
PWM
MODULATOR
OSCILLATOR MANAGER
STABI
RELEASE1
RELEASE2
SWITCH1
SWITCH2
ENABLE1
ENABLE2
MUTE
MUTE
MODE
2
3
STABI
PROT
VDDP2
VSSP2 VDDP1
VSSP1
BOOT1
BOOT2
OUT1
OUT2
IC5200
C1BA00000487
AUDIO DIGITAL POWER AMP
5
19
23
1
21
22
9
10
15
14
13
11
816
12 7
IN1M
IN2M
IN1P
IN2P
SGND1
SGND2
OSC
MODE
INPUT
STAGE
INPUT
STAGE
PWM
MODULATOR CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
CONTROL
AND
HANDSHAKE
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CURRENT PROTECTION
VOLTAGE PROTECTION
PWM
MODULATOR
OSCILLATOR MANAGER
STABI
RELEASE1
RELEASE2
SWITCH1
SWITCH2
ENABLE1
ENABLE2
MUTE
MUTE
MODE
2
STABI
PROT
VDDP2
VSSP2 VDDP1
VSSP1
BOOT1
BOOT2
OUT1
OUT2
IC5300
C1BA00000487
AUDIO DIGITAL POWER AMP
5
19
23
1
21
22
9
10
15
14
13
11
816
12 7
CENTER
C +
C -
MODE 1
SUBWOOFER
SW -
SW +
MODE 2
SURROUND R
SURROUND L
FRONT R
FRONT L
MUTE C S
MUTE F SW
MOD DA
CENTER
SUBWOOFER
SL +
SR +
FL +
FR +
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
IC5500
INVERTER GATE
(CLOCK GENERATOR)
C0JBAB000902
X5500
D-TYPE FLIP-FLOP
C0JBAF000716
CP1 Q1
IC5501
68
10 9
11
3
D1
5
46
Q1
2
1
5
CD1 SD1
MUTING
CIRCUIT
Q5601,Q5602
Q5603,Q5604
MODE 1
MODE 2
CENTER
SUBWOOFER
SURROUND L
SURROUND R
FRONT L
FRONT R
SPEAKERS
SA-PT850EE AUDIO DIGITAL AMP BLOCK DIAGRAM
DC DET
Q5640,
Q5642,
Q5644
FAN MOTOR
DRIVE
M
Q5101,
Q5102
DC DETECT
Q5641
FAN LOCK
DETECT
FAN LOCK
FAN DC OUT
FAN GND
FAN DC
3
FAN
FROM AUDIO
FROM SYSTEM CONTROL
FROM AUDIO
TO SYSTEM CONTROL
- 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE + 30V SENSE
+ 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE + 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE
- 30V SENSE + 30V SENSE
315
117
99
711
11 7
CN5050
CN2009
513
CN5050
CN2009
16 2
CN5050
CN2009
CN5050
CN2009
CN5050
CN2009
12 6
CN5050
CN2009
CN5050
CN2009
CN5050
CN2009
3
JK5001
7
JK5001
8
JK5001
5
JK5001
6
JK5001
4
JK5001
1
JK5001
2
JK5001
11
JK5001
12
JK5001
9
JK5001
10
JK5001
13 5
CN5050
CN2009
17 1
CN5050
CN2009
1
CN5501
3
CN5501
2
CN5501
:MAIN SIGNAL LINE
SA-PT850EE
79
18.8. Power
5
4
2
3
2
6
7
5
2
8
4
7
18
15
17
11
14
3CL
L5702
Q2911, D2919
+5V REGULATOR
+9V REGULATOR
Q2907, Q2910
+5V
POWER SUPPLY
Q2906, Q2908
+5V
POWER SUPPLY
D5804
D5803
D5805
MAIN
TRANSFORMER
D5801
T5701
D5802
Q5898
Q5899
T5751
D5896
PC5799
D5701 L5701 DZ5701
SA-PT850EE POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
C0DBZYY00018
SYSTEM CONTROL
TO
Q2904, D2912
+1.2V REGULATOR
C0DBEHG00006
POWER CONTROL
QR8111
+3.3V DC-DC
CONVERTER
CONT
Q5860,Q5861,Q5862
TRANSFORMER
TEMP. DETECT
C0DAAYY00042
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
C0DAAMH00012
OUT VCC
12
OUT VCC
12
Q5720,
Q5722
CURRENT
LIMITING
SWITCH
Q5721
SWITCHING
F1
P5701
AC INLET
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
C5HACYY00003
VCC
D
FB
4
1
6
FEED BACK
CURRENT
LIMITING
SWITCH
BACKUP
TRANSFORMER
PC5701
FEED BACK
PC5720
FEED BACK
FEED BACK CIRCUIT
D
VCC
FB
IC5799
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
MIP4110MSSCF
IC2900
IC2903
IC8151
IC8111
IC5701
QR5810
TH5701
PC5702
SYNC
SWITCH
SHUNT
REGULATOR
IC5801
Q5802, D5806
C0DABFC00002
TH5860
- 7V
REGULATOR
Q2901, Q2902
+ 2.7V
REGULATOR
OUT VCC
24
VO VIN
81
5
QR5801
DC DETECT
+ 7V
REGULATOR
Q2903
Q2921, Q2922
Q2919
DC DETECT
Q2916, D2937, D2938
Q2909
DC DETECT
D2943
DC DETECT
SW+5V
M+9V
DC DET1
+7V
-7V
D+3.3V
NSW1.2V
TO SYSTEM
CONTROL
3, 4
CN5801H5500
7, 8
CN5801