RRV3748 XVDV575

User Manual: XVDV575

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ORDER NO.
PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION
2008
2008 Printed in Japan
XV-DV575
RRV3748
DVD/CD RECEIVER
XV-DV575
XV-DV580
XV-DV385K
XV-DV395K
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement
Regional restriction
codes
(Region No.)
Remarks
XV-DV575 WYXJ5 AC 220 V to 240 V 2
XV-DV580 WYXJ5 AC 220 V to 240 V 2
XV-DV580 WVXJ5 AC 220 V to 240 V 2
XV-DV385K WSXJ5 AC 220 V to 240 V 5
XV-DV395K WSXJ5 AC 220 V to 240 V 5
For details, refer to "Important Check Points for good servicing".
T-IZK APR.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
LABEL CHECK
Name label
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual
do-it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been
trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING !
THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1
BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR
CLASS 1.
A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm
FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 780 nm
Additional Laser Caution
: See page 24.
1.
Laser diode is driving with Q307 (650 nm LD) and Q308
(780 nm LD) on the 08 DVDM Assy.
Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and
collector of these transistors or the base voltage is supplied
for transistors turn on, the laser oscillates. (failure mode)
In the test mode , there is the mode that the laser oscillates
except for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in
the test mode oscillates with the laser forcibly.
2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective
lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.
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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]
In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.
1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.
1 Use specified parts for repair.
Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.
2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.
Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.
3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.
When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)
4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.
Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.
5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.
Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.
6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.
Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.
7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.
Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.
8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.
Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.
9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.
When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.
a Safe environment should be secured during servicing.
When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.
2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.
4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.
3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts
Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws
To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.
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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..........................................................................................................................................................2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................5
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING ...............................................................................................................................................5
1.2 CAUTION ........................................................................................................................................................................5
1.3 WHEN REPLACING DVD MECHA ASSY ......................................................................................................................6
1.4 DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY ....................................................................................................6
2. SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................................7
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS, DISC/CONTENT FORMAT AND ACCESORRIES ..........................................................................7
2.2 PANEL FACILITIES .........................................................................................................................................................8
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE.............................................................................................................................................11
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING..........................................................................................................................11
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................12
3.3 JIGS LIST .....................................................................................................................................................................13
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM...............................................................................................................................................................14
4.1 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................14
4.2 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................16
4.3 DVD LOADER/DECODER BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................18
5. DIAGNOSIS.........................................................................................................................................................................19
5.1 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDS ON THE PICKUP ........................................................19
5.2 DVD TROUBLE SHOOTING.........................................................................................................................................20
5.3 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION OF DIGITAL AMP SECTION................................................................................................22
5.4 SPECIFICATIONS OF PROTECTION CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL AMP SECTION .......................................................23
6. SERVICE MODE .................................................................................................................................................................24
6.1 TEST MODE .................................................................................................................................................................24
6.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATIONS OF THE TEST MODE.....................................................................................................25
6.3 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SHORTCUT KEY .....................................................................................26
6.4 SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY ...........................................................................................27
6.5 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SERVICE MODE ......................................................................................28
6.6 SERVICE TEST MODE ................................................................................................................................................29
6.7 DISPLAY SPECIFICATIONS OF DSP ERROR ............................................................................................................32
7. DISASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................................................................33
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................41
8.1 ID NUMBER AND ID DATA SETTING...........................................................................................................................41
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST...............................................................................................................................44
9.1 PACKING SECTION .....................................................................................................................................................44
9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION...................................................................................................................................................46
9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY ......................................................................................................................................................48
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................................................50
10.1 08 DVDM ASSY (1/2)..................................................................................................................................................50
10.2 08 DVDM ASSY (2/2)..................................................................................................................................................52
10.3 SYSMAIN ASSY (1/5).................................................................................................................................................54
10.4 SYSMAIN ASSY (2/5).................................................................................................................................................56
10.5 SYSMAIN ASSY (3/5).................................................................................................................................................58
10.6 SYSMAIN ASSY (4/5).................................................................................................................................................60
10.7 SYSMAIN ASSY (5/5).................................................................................................................................................62
10.8 COMPLEX ASSY........................................................................................................................................................64
10.9 EUROSCART ASSY ...................................................................................................................................................66
10.10 DSP ASSY (XV-DV575, XV-DV580 ONLY) ...............................................................................................................68
10.11 POWER SUPPLY UNIT.............................................................................................................................................70
10.12 WAVEFORMS ...........................................................................................................................................................72
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................................................74
11.1 EUROSCART ASSY ...................................................................................................................................................75
11.2 08 DVDM ASSY ..........................................................................................................................................................76
11.3 SYSMAIN ASSY .........................................................................................................................................................78
11.4 COMPLEX ASSY........................................................................................................................................................82
11.5 POWER SUPPLY UNIT...............................................................................................................................................84
11.6 DSP ASSY (XV-DV575, XV-DV580 ONLY) .................................................................................................................86
12. PCB PARTS LIST ..............................................................................................................................................................87
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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING
1.2 CAUTION
For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.
Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 °C.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 °C in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.
Do NOT use a soldering iron whose tip temperature cannot be controlled.
Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).
The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:
Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.
NOTES ON BTL DRIVE
As a signal to drive the BTL is output from the negative speaker terminal, DO NOT short-circuit between the negative
speaker terminal and ground, such as the chassis.
Do not short-circuit between the plus speaker terminal and ground, such as the chassis, too.
Negative Speaker Terminal
Ground (Chassis)
Do not short-circuit
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1.3 WHEN REPLACING DVD MECHA ASSY
1.4 DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY
Fig. 1
Short circuit using a
soldering iron.
Pickup PCB
[ Removing the DVD MECHA Assy ]
Before removing Pickup PCB and DVD PCB connector, short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1 usinga soldering iron.
If you remove the DVD MECHA Assy with no soldering, the Laser may be damaged.
[ Installing the DVD MECHA Assy ]
Remove all the soldering on the short circuit position after the connection of Pickup PCB and DVD PCB connector.
NOTE
• Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron.
When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the draw in equipment over the Pickup Unit to prevent the Flux smoke from it.
Fig. 1
1. Slide the Rack Loading (White) toward the arrow direction by using a minus driver to release the lock.
(Refer to Fig. 1)
2. Manually open the Tray.
NOTE:
Please strongly pushing Rack Loading (White) to release the lock because the tray doesn't go out easily.
Tray open
Minus screwdriver
Bottom view
Rack Loading (White)
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS, DISC/CONTENT FORMAT AND ACCESORRIES
Power cord
(WYXJ5, WSXJ5 : ADG1127)
(WVXJ5 : ADG7108)
Video cable (yellow plugs)
(L = 1.5 m) (XDE3046)
FM antenna
(ADH7030)
AM loop antenna
(ATB7013) Remote control
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580 : XXD3159)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K : XXD3156)
AA/R6 dry cell
batteries
(to confirm
system operation)
HOME
MENU
PLAYLIST
STANDBY
/ON
SHIFT
LINE
TOP MENU
F.S.SURR SOUND
CLEAR
MUTE
SLEEP
DISPLAY
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ADVANCED
TUNE
ST
ST
USB
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
ZOOM
ANGLE
MENU
SR +
OPEN/CLOSE
INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME
DVD/CD
TUNER
(FM/AM)
SOUND
RETRIEVER
VOLUME
TV CONTROL
SETUP
RETURN
TEST TONEMCACC
SURROUND
TUNE
ENTER
Microphone
(for Auto MCACC setup)
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580
: APM7008)
• Amplifier section
RMS Power Output:
Front, Center, Surround . . . . 60 W per channel
(1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 4 Ω)
Subwoofer . . . . .60 W (100 Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 4 Ω)
• Disc section
Type . . . . . . . DVD system, Video CD/Super VCD
system and Compact Disc digital audio system
Wow and Flutter . . . . . . . .Limit of measurement
(±0.001 % W.PEAK) or less (JEITA)
• FM tuner section
Frequency range. . . . . . . . 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Antenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Ω, unbalanced
• AM tuner section
Frequency range. . . . . . . . . 531 kHz to 1602 kHz
Antenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Loop antenna
• Miscellaneous
Power
requirements. . . AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Power consumption. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 W
Power consumption in standby. . . . . . . . .0.42 W
Dimensions (XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
. . . . . . . 420 mm (W) x 60 mm (H) x 335 mm (D)
Dimensions (XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
. . . . . . . 420 mm (W) x 60 mm (H) x 339 mm (D)
Weight (XV-DV575, XV-DV580). . . . . . . . . 2.8 kg
Weight (XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K) . . . . . . 2.7 kg
• Accessories (DVD/CD receiver)
Remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
AA/R6 dry cell batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
(to confirm system operation)
Video cable (yellow plugs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
AM loop antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FM antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Microphone (for Auto MCACC setup). . . . . . . . . 1
Power cord. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Setup Guide
Operating instructions
Disc/content format playback
compatibility
This player is compatible with a wide range of
disc types (media) and formats. Playable discs
will generally feature one of the following logos
on the disc and/or disc packaging. Note
however that some disc types, such as
recordable CD and DVD, may be in an
unplayable format.
See the Disc compatibility table below for more
information.
• This unit will play DVD+R/+RW discs.
• is a trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation.
• is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
• Also compatible with KODAK Picture CD.
This player supports the IEC’s Super VCD
standard for superior picture quality, dual
soundtracks, and widescreen support.
DVD-Video DVD-R DVD-RW
Video CD
Fujicolor CD
CD-RWCD-RAudio CD
Super Video CD (Super VCD)
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.“Dolby”,“Pro Logic” and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
#'s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents
issued & pending. DTS and DTS Digital Surround
are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and
Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. c 1996-2007
DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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2.2 PANEL FACILITIES
Front panel
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1
Opens/closes the disc tray.
2
Selects the DVD/CD function and starts/
pauses/resumes playback.
3
Stops playback.
4
Selects the USB function and starts/pauses
playback.
5VOLUME +/– buttons
6
Switches the system on or into standby.
7
8
9
See Display below.
10
Disc tray
Remote Sensor
Display
PHONES jack
Connect headphones.
11 USB interface
Connect a USB device for playback (see USB
playback).
COMPATIBLE
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OPEN/CLOSE
DVD/CD
USB
STANDBY/ON
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Display
1DTS
Lights during playback of a DTS source.
2SOUND
Lights when the Sound Retriever is active.
3SURR.
Lights when one of the Advanced surround
listening modes is selected.
F.SURR.
Lights when one of the Front Stage
Surround Advance mode is selected.
4RPT and RPT-1
RPT lights during repeat play. RPT-1 lights
during repeat one-track play.
5REC MODE
Lights when Recording mode is on.
6PGM
Lights during program play.
7 Tuner indicators
– Lights when a broadcast is being
received.
– Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is
being received in auto stereo mode.
– Lights when FM mono reception is
selected.
– Lights when in one of the RDS
display or search modes.
8RDM
Lights during random play.
9 kHz/MHz
Indicates the frequency unit shown in the
character display (kHz for AM, MHz for FM).
10 Character display
11
Lights when sleep timer is active.
12
Lights during playback.
13 PL II
Lights during Dolby Pro Logic II decoding.
14 D
Lights during playback of a Dolby Digital
source.
SOUND
DTS F.SURR.
PL
D
REC MODE
RPT -1
kHz PGM
MHz RDM
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See Basic playback controls, Disc
playback features and USB playback
for an explanation of these
controls.
9
These control Pioneer flat screen TVs.
10 SHIFT
Press to access the controls highlighted in
green.
11 SOUND RETRIEVER –Press to restore CD
quality sound to compressed audio sources.
12 OPEN/CLOSE
Opens/closes the disc tray.
13
Playback controls
TV CONTROL buttons
PLAYLIST buttons
Add tracks (during playback), or select a
playlist (while stopped).
14 MENU – Press to display a USB menu, or
the Navigator.
SHIFT+SR+– Sets the interlocking with the
connected flat screen TV.
15 RETURN – Returns to a previous menu
screen.
SHIFT+TEST TONE– Outputs the test tone
(for speaker setup).
16 SLEEP
Press to set the sleep timer.
17 MUTE
Mutes the sound (press again to cancel).
18VOLUME +/–
Adjusts the volume.
Remote control
1 STANDBY/ON
Switches the system on or into standby.
2
Selects the source you want to listen to (DVD/
CD,TUNER,USB,LINE).
3
DVD controls
CLEAR
Clears an entry.
DISPLAY
Displays/changes disc information shown
on-screen or to display RDS
information.
SHIFT+AUDIO
Selects audio channel/language.
SHIFT+SUBTITLE
Displays/changes the subtitles.
SHIFT+ANGLE
Changes camera angle during DVD multi-
angle scene playback.
SHIFT+ZOOM
Changes the screen zoom level.
4TOP MENU–Displays the top menu of a
DVD disc in the play position — this may
be the same as pressing MENU.
SHIFT+SETUP – Use to make various
system and surround sound settings.
5
– Use the cursor buttons to
navigate on-screen displays and menus.
ENTER – Selects an option or executes a
command.
TUNE +/– – Tunes the radio.
ST +/– – Selects station presets when
listening to the radio.
6
screen menu for Initial Settings, Play Mode
functions, etc.
SHIFT+MCACC – Starts the Auto MCACC
setup. (XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
7
Function select buttons
Number buttons, CLEAR, DISPLAY and
Cursor, ENTER and tuning buttons
HOME MENU – Displays (or exits) the on-
Sound controls
F.S.SURR – Selects Front Stage Surround
Advance mode.
SURROUND – Selects a Surround mode
or switches to stereo playback.
ADVANCED – Selects a Pioneer original
surround mode.
SOUND – Accesses the sound menu to
adjust the tone, bass and treble, etc. .
HOME
MENU
PLAYLIST
STANDBY
/ON
SHIFT
LINE
TOP MENU
F.S .
SURR
SOUND
CLEAR
MUTE
SLEEP
DISPLAY
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ADVANCED
TUNE
ST
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USB
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
ZOOM
ANGLE
SLEEP
MENU
SR +
OPEN/CLOSE
INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME
DVD CD TUNER
(FM/AM) SOUND
RETRIEVER
VOLUME
TV CONTROL
SETUP
RETURN
TEST TONEMCACC
SURROUND
V. ENHEXT PWR
TUNE
ENTER
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2
3
8
9
4
7
11
12
14
13
15
16
17
18
5
6
10
ECHO
KARAOKE
SHIFT+KARAOKE
SHIFT+SLEEP
FRT. SURR/EXT PWR
MP3 EXP/V. ENH
(XV-DV385K)
(XV-DV395K)
(XV-DV385K)
(XV-DV395K)
(XV-DV385K)
(XV-DV395K)
LINE OUT
(XV-DV385K)
(XV-DV395K)
SHIFT+ECHO
SHIFT+ SHIFT+
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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
Check points after servicing (HTZ and system audio)
Cleaning
To keep the product quality after servicing, confirm recommended check points shown below.
See the table below for the items to be checked regarding video and audio:
Item to be checked regarding video Item to be checked regarding audio
Block noise Distortion
Horizontal noise Noise
Dot noise Volume too low
Disturbed image (video jumpiness) Volume too high
Too dark Volume fluctuating
Too bright Sound interrupted
Mottled color
No. Procedures Check points
1 Confirm the firmware version on Service Mode. The version of the firmware must be latest.
Update firmware to the latest one, if it is not the latest.
2
Confirm whether the customer complain has been solved. If the
customer complain occurs with the specific disc, use it for the
operation check.
The customer complain must not be reappeared.
Video, audio and operations must be normal.
3
Confirm playback error rates at the innermost and outermost
tracks by using the following disc.
DVD test disc (GGV1025)
The error rates must be less than 5.0e-4.
4 Play back a CD. (track search) Audio and operations must be normal.
5Play back a DVD.
(Menu operation, Title/chapter search) Video, audio and operations must be normal.
6 Check the tuner (AM and FM) operations. Audio and operations must be normal.
7 Check the sound from headphone output. Sound must be normal, without noise.
8 Check the appearance of the product. No scratches or dirt on its appearance after receiving it for service.
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Position to be cleaned Cleaning tools
Pickup lens Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008
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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS
1..08 DVDM ASSY AWM8118
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
1..08 DVDM ASSY AWM8105
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
1..DSP ASSY AWX8706
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580 ONLY )
1..SYSMAIN ASSY XWM3392
(XV-DV575)
1..SYSMAIN ASSY XWM3395
(XV-DV580)
1..SYSMAIN ASSY XWM3391
(XV-DV385K)
1..SYSMAIN ASSY XWM3394
(XV-DV395K)
1..COMPLEX ASSY XWM3429
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
1..COMPLEX ASSY XWM3428
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
NSP 1..NHTS JACK ASSY AWM8034
2..EUROSCART ASSY AWU8291
> 1..POWER SUPPLY UNIT XWR3018
1..FM/AM TUNER UNIT AXX7248
1..DVD MECHA ASSY A2ZX01A650
(for service)
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
NOTES:
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Parts marked by “NSP” are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
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The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
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08 DVDM
ASSY
DVD MECHA
ASSY
D
EUROSCART ASSY
G
FM/AM TUNER UNIT EDSP ASSY
CCOMPLEX ASSY
BSYSMAIN ASSY
FPOWER
SUPPLY
UNIT
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3.3 JIGS LIST
Service Remote Control Unit GGF1381
DVD Test Disc (DVD-Video) GGV1025
Adjustment, diagnosis
Name Jig No. Remarks
Check of DVD-Video
CD Test Disc STD-905 Check of CD
DVD Data Disc GGV1309 ID data setting
Jigs list
Daifree GEM1036 (ZLX-ME413A)
GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B)
Lubricating oil
Name Lubricants and Glues No. Remarks
Refer to "9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY"
Refer to "9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY"
GEM1018Grease Refer to "9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY"
Speaker Cable with terminal SDS1174 (FL/WHITE)
SDS1175 (FR/RED), SDS1176 (SL/BLUE)
SDS1177 (SR/GRAY), SDS6050 (C/GREEN)
For checking audio at the SP terminal
Lubricants and Glues list
14 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
4.1 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
JCV9B07
DED012
(SW PCB)
PCB640
M
6
5
4
3
2
1
GND(SW)
FEED MOTOR (+)
SPINDLE MOTOR (+)
SPINDLE MOTOR (-)
FEED MOTOR (-)
PICK UP INNER LIMIT SWITCH
SW2
M2601 BCZ3B03
M2602
ESE22MH24 CD2301
2H062102
M
(LOADING MOTOR PCB)
SSS-13-2
SW1
GND(SW)
SW-2(CLOSE)
SW-1(OPEN)
LOADING MOTOR(-)
LOADING MOTOR(+)
DED003
PCB610
BCZ3B52
M2603
CD2302
2H052601
M
5
4
3
2
1
312
2
1
3
2
1
4
5
6
9
7
8
10
13
11
12
2
3
4
5
1
14
13
11
10
9
8
12
7
6
15
20
21
18
19
22
23
16
17
7
8
99
7
8
5
6
4
5
6
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
18
15
16
17
11
12
13
14
19
18
15
16
13
14
19
17
11
12
10
9
88
10
9
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
7
3
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
3
4
5
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
9
10
11
9
10
11
13
12
13
12
8
9
10
11
12 534
12534
24
365142
365 142
1
26
5
4
3
3
2
1
4
5
6
9
7
8
10
13
11
12
10
9
8
715
16
13
14
1917
18
11
12
13
4
5
2610
9
8
7
12
11
14
13
42610812 14
15 17
1816 22
19
20
21 23
24
27
26
25
16 182220 24 26
135 1191372115 2523 271917
3
2
1
4
7
6
5
246
15
10
10
8
14
12
9
8
13
14
11
12
53171115913
1
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
1
2
75
6
312
CN3
CN1CN2
CN966
CN901 CN5533
CN701 CN5531
CN5532CN951
CN965
CN964
CN1001
JA931
CN5603
CN9000
CN5701
CN5501
JA4602
TRAVERSE MECHA ASSY
KM200NA13
B3P-VHB2P-VH
CKS5045-
XKP3088-XKM3008-
XKP3054- XKM3005-
XKP3053- XKM3004-
KM200NA13
AKP1318-
CN19604S-11C
9604S-07C
GP1FAV51RK
DVD MECHA ASSY (A2ZX01A650)
AC POWER CORD
XDX3068 (OTHERS)
XDX3069 (KU ONLY )
LIVE
NEUTRAL
NC
+B
GND
AC_DET
SW10.5V
EV5.0V
SW6.8V
GND
SW5.0V
SW3.3V(A)
Pwr-ctr
SW3.3V(B)
GND
FL DC-
FL DC+
-25.5V
24P FFC
GNDD
E
VCC
VREF
F
VR780
VRCOM
VR650
A
B
RF
SW
C
D
FOCS DRV
TRKG RTN
TRKG DRV
(NC) VSHF
GNDD
LD(650)
PD
LD(780)
GNDD
V+3D
GNDD
GNDD
OPTIN(5V)
DVDIN(3.3V)
GNDD
GNDD
B to B
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
B to B
SDTO
CDTO
DAUX
BDTO
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
FDTO
LCKO
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
BCKO
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
MCLK
DIR ERR
DSP MODE
DIR RST
DIR CS
DIR DO
DEC_MUTE
DSP HREQ
DSP RST
DSP SS
BUSY
B to B
DSP DO
DSP CK
DSP DI
TXR
GND
RDS
VSM
5P FFC
VKN1595
6P FFC
VKN1596
LOAD-
LOAD+
OPEN
GND
CLOSE
FOCS RTN
SW (GND)
LIMIT SW
SLD-
SLD+
SPD-
SPD+
HDMI OUTPUT
V+3D
GNDD
GNDD
DATA2-
DATA2+
DATA1-
DATA1+
DATA1 SH
DATA2 SH
AC_DET
EV5.0V
SW10.5V
SW5.0V
GND
SW6.8V
Pwr-ctr
SW3.3V(A)
SW3.3V(B)
-25.5V
FL DC+
FL DC-
PG
GND
DATA0+
CLOCK-
CLOCK+
DATA0-
HOT PLUG DET
HDMISDA
HDMISCL
NC
CEC
CLOCK SH
DATA SH
+5V
DDC/CEC GND
ALR
A
TRKUP
OPTIN(5V)
GNDD
DVDIN(3.3V)
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
USBN
GNDD
DVDPOWER
XDVDRST
XREADY
SCLK
SDATA
MDATA
ACK
GNDD
DVDMUTE
VDET
MIC/GNDD
V+5
V+5
3R3V
V+6R8
V+6R8
GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
DOUT
GNDD
USBP
3R3V
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
BDTO
DAUX
CDTO
SDTO
GNDD
FDTO
VKN1258
CN968
VKN1617
(XDD3290)
27P FFC
LCKO
BCKO
MCLK
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
TRKUP
DVDPOWER
USBN
GNDD
XDVDRST
XREADY
SCLK
SDATA
MDATA
ACK
GNDD
VDET
DVDMUTE
MIC/GNDD
V+5
V+5
3R3V
3R3V
V+6R8
V+6R8
GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
DOUT
GNDD
USBP
SQUEEZE
VSEL2
VSEL1
ASPECT
SC
GNDD
P/XI
SY
GNDD
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
GNDD
CB/B
CN967
VKN1607
(XDD3263)
VKN1248
17P FFC
V
VSEL1
VSEL2
P/XI
SQUEEZE
GNDD
SC
ASPECT
GNDD
GNDD
CB/B
CY/G
GNDD
SY
GNDD
V
DIR DO
DIR ERR
DIR RST
DIR CS
DSP MODE
BUSY
DSP HREQ
DSP SS
DSP RST
DSP CK
DSP DO
DSP DI
DEC_MUTE
TXR
VSM
RDS
GND
AM
FM
DO
DI
CE
GND
TXL
CLK
+9V
11P FFC
(XDD3266)
+9V
CLK
CE
DI
DO
TXL
GND
WDD
WEN/DI
VSS
VCC
RST
WCLK
DOWNLOAD
-COM
NC
OPT IN
k When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS
LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
k The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety
factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical
designation.
k : The power supply is shown with the marked box.
08 DVDM ASSY
(XV-DV575,XV-DV580 : AWM8118)
(XV-DV385K,XV-DV395K : AWM8105)
DSP ASSY
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580
ONLY : AWX8706)
E
FM/AM TUNER
UNIT
(AXX7248)
G
POWER SUPPLY UN
(XWR3018)
F
SYSMAIN ASSY
(XV-DV575 : XWM3392)
(XV-DV580 : XWM3395)
(XV-DV385K : XWM3391)
(XV-DV395K : XWM3394)
B1/5- B5/5
B
A1/2- A2/2
A
(XV-DV57
XV-DV580
15
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
Vout
GND
Vcc
2
1
2
1
6
9
7
8
10
13
11
12
12
11
5
8
9
6
7
10
1
2
3
4
6
9
7
8
10
13
11
12
15
1614
1917
18
13
12 12
13
9
10
11
10
9
11
5
6
7
8
6
8
5
7
1
24
35
68
7
12
11
10
9
16
15
14
13 17
1
2
3
412
175
6
11
10
9
16
15
14
13
8
7
3
2
11
4
3
2
4
3
24
7
6
5
246
15
1610
1610
8
14
12
9
8
13
14
11
12
17
53711 1715913
19
20
2523
24
27
26
29
2818
21
22
2220
2523
24
27
26
19 29
2818
21
2323 20
21
3
7
2
312
1
6
4
5
20
21
22
20
21
22
19
17
18
19
17
18
14
15
16
14
15
16
12
11
17
18
15
16
19
13
14
13
12
11
13
12
11
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
6
5
7
6
52
10
4
3
9
6
5
7
8
2
3
4
2
3
4
11
1
CN2CN3201
JA5901
5902
CN3211
CN5901
CN5605
JA403
CN451 CN461
JA5931
JA4602
JA451
B2P-VH
B2P-VH
MIC (MAIN)
XKN3012
JA3921
MIC (SUB)
AKN7003-
XKN3012
JA3922
HEAD PHONE
GP1UE274XKC1
AKE7121
9607S-29F
CN9002
CN9001
CN3111
AKB7114
XKB3062
CN3112
XKB3069-
9604S-23C CKS3388-
XKN3015
GP1FAV51RKBF
XKB3054-
AC POWER CORD
XDX3067-
+B
GND
+B
GND
GND
SW3.3V(A)
Pwr-ctr
SW3.3V(B)
GND
FL DC-
FL DC+
-25.5V
USB
USB_DP2
USB_DM2
REMOCON
SW-
SW+
XKB3086
JA602
RL-
FL+
FL-
RL+
C+
C-
6ch SP OUT
FR+
RR-
RR+
FR-
GND
Pwr-ctr
SW3.3V(A)
SW3.3V(B)
-25.5V
FL DC+
FL DC-
PG13KA-F07
GND
HOT PLUG DET
HDMISDA
HDMISCL
NC
+5V
DDC/CEC GND
ACLK_LFE
ABCK_ARS
ALRCK_CENTER
ASDAT0_ALS
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD GNDD
ACLK_LFE
GNDD
(XDD3264-)
13P FFC
ABCK_ARS
GNDD
ALRCK_CENTER
GNDD
ASDAT0_ALS
GNDD
KEY1
KEY2
NC
CN5902
9607S-27F
(XDD3260-)
GNDUSB
GNDUSB
V5USB
V5USB
VE+5
FLDC-
GNDD
VFDP
GNDD
FLDC+
(XV-DV385K, XV-395K)29P FFC
(XDD3261-)
KEY1
KEY2
9604S-27C (XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
9604S-29C (XV-DV385K, XV-395K)
NC
USB_DP2
GNDUSB
V5USB
V5USB
REMOCON
VE+5
FLDC-
GNDD
VFDP
GNDD
FLDC+
FLCS
USB_DM2
GNDUSB
SQUEEZE
VSEL2
VSEL1
ASPECT
SC
GNDD
SY
VKN1417
GNDD
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
GNDD
CB/B
CR/R
GNDD
CN962
ASDAT1_AL
ASDAT2_AR
GNDD
GNDD
VKN1244
ASDAT1_AL
GNDD
ASDAT2_AR
GNDD
(XDD3263)
17P FFC
V
VSEL1
VSEL2
SQUEEZE
GNDD
SC
ASPECT
GNDD
CR/R
GNDD
GNDD
CB/B
CY/G
GNDD
SY
GNDD
V
S_Y
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580)27P FFC
HP_R
HP_L
MIC SW
MIC
GNDA
HPMUTE
HP_DET
FLCS
V+10
FLCK
FLDATA
GNDA
GNDA
LINEOUT_R
RUS,EU
AUDIO OUT
GNDA
FLDATA
V+10
FLCK
HP_R
HP_L
MIC
MIC SW
GNDA
HPMUTE
GNDA
HP_DET
TVIN_L
TVIN_R
LINEOUT_L
AUDIO IN
OUTPUT
VIDEO
COMPOSITE
S_Y
23P FFC (XDD3267-)
NC
GND
SR PLUS
OPT IN
S_C
GND
GND
GND
DVDPOWER
GND
VSEL2
GND
GND
TVOUT_L
SCART_R
SCART_L
TVMUTE
V+5
MCACC
RKN1004
JA4901 V+10
TVOUT_R
VSEL1
SQEEZE
V
GND
V
GND
RR
DVDPOWER
S_C
GG
GND
GND
G
NC
R/C
BLANK
GND
GND
GND
GND
V/Y
BB
VSEL2
V+5
GND
SCART_L
SCART_R
GND
TVOUT_R
TVOUT_L
TVMUTE
R IN
B
L OUT
GND
GND
L IN
SQUEEZE
NC
GND
VSEL1
V+10
SQEEZE EURO CONNECTOR
R OUT
M8118)
AWM8105)
R SUPPLY UNIT
8)
COMPLEX ASSY
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580 : XWM3429)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K : XWM3428)
C
EURO
SCART
ASSY
(AWU8291)
D
(XV-DV575,
XV-DV580)
(XV-DV575,
XV-DV580)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
16 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
4.2 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
HP SEL
FL DRIVER
SYSTEM
µ-com
ADMCK1
SDA
SCL
MUTE
+B
VE+5
FL
VF
VFDP
PCON
w/o DSP : Mastering
with DSP : Slave
HP
USB
V+3R3
VE+5
V+10
V+6R8
EV5.0V
SW 3.3V(A)
SW10.5V
SW5.0V
SW6.8V
SW 3.3V(B)
FL DC +/-
PWR CONT
(from SYST
RESET
PDN
SD
OTW
LRCKO
MCKO
BCKO
D ATA 0
Selector
NON-DSP model : Necessity
DSP model : Unnecessary
(The A/D side, the
NON-DSP mode : Short
DSP model : Opening
DIR
AK4117VF
ASPDIF (DSP model only)
ADDAT
MCK0
24.576M
74HCU04
1.25V
OPT IN
FL
KEY
Sub Mic Main
Mic
V+6R8
5V REG
V+5USB
USB POWER
USB DP
USB DM
To BE IC
TUNER
A/D
AK5358AET
TUNER
LINE
ADLRCK
ADBCK
ADDATA
12.288M
74HCU04
SCART
9V
NON-DSP model only
MCACC
SCART(EU,RUSSIA model only)
LINE
MCACC
(DSP model only)
ADMCK0
DSP model : Opening
NON-DSP model : Short
ALRCK
MCDAT
ACLK
A/D
AK5358AET
(NON-DSP
model only)
ALRCK
ALCK
ABCK
ASDAT1
ASDAT0
ASDAT2
DOUT
MIC
Video
AMP
BE
MT1389FE/S
27MHz
•AUDIO PROCESSING
-Audio Decode
-Bass Management
-Virtual Surround
-Preset EQ
etc.
• Build-in HDMI TRANSMITER
Y/G , Cb/B , Cr/R
Y , C
V
64M
SDRAM
16M
FLASH
64k
EEPROM
MOTOR
DRIVER
ORION
LOADER
MECHA
HDMI OUT
Y , Cb , Cr
Y , C
V
G , B , R
V+3
USB
POWER
CONTROL
V+10
V+3R3
(NON-DSP
model only)
REMOCON SENSOR
EEPROM
V+5
V+6R5
V+5
V+5
V+3
V+5
V+3
V+3
V+5
coil
VU+
V+10
V+3
IC5901
IC3921
IC601
IC801
IC201
IC101
IC401
IC781
IC771
IC4961
IC4004 IC4005
IC5501
IC5502
IC4001
COMPLEX ASSY
C
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
F
08 DVDM ASSY
A
SYSMAIN ASSY
B
FM/AM TUNER
UNIT
G
17
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
NOTES for destination
NON-DSP model : 385K, 395K, 170 , 171, 270, 272
• DSP model : 373, 575, 580, 777
• EU model : 575, 580
• RUSSIA model : 385K, 395K
• KU model : /KU
• IBD model : /LF,/NA,/ GDR, /NT, /TD, /WL, YP
• Japan : /JJ
Composite
Component Video
(KU,IBD model only)
SCART
(EU,RUSSIA model only)
G , B , R
Y , C
V
Y, Cb, Cr
SCART
LINE
Scart
Circuit
HP AMP
LPF
FRONT R
CENTER
SUB WOOFER
REAR L
REAR R
+B
V+3R3
MODULATOR
TAS5508
8ch PWM
modulator
-Volume
-Tone
-EQ
-Bass/Treble
POWER
STAGE
TAS5122
RESET
PWMA P
PWMB P
SD
PWMA M
PWMB M
ch7 ch8 PWM
HP SEL
LINE-IN
LINE-OUT
(EU,RUSSIA model only)
SDA
SCL
AC IN
MUTE
FL DC +/-
VFDP
PCON
SR+ INPUT
(Except 170,171,270,272)
V+3R3
VE+5
V+10
V+6R8
PWR CONT
(from SYSTEM U-COM)
RESET
PDN
SD
OTW
DVDPOWER
(from SYSTEM U-COM)
VE+
V+5
SW
SW
LRCKO
MCKO
BCKO
D ATA 0
r
SP model : Necessity
odel : Unnecessary
(The A/D side, the short, and data open to the clock.)
NON-DSP mode : Short
DSP model : Opening
DIR
AK4117VF
DSP
DSPC56371AF18
Level Shifter
TC74VHC08FTS1
MCKO
LRCKO
BCKO
FDTI
D ATA 0
ASDAT2
ASDAT1
DSP model only)
ADDAT
LRCK0
BCKO
MCK0
24.576M
74HCU04
3.3V
1.25V
OPT IN
ASDAT3
KEY
FRONT L
(DSP model only)
DIGTAL OPT IN
(DSP model only)
D2-Terminal
(JAPAN model only)
V+3
MCACC MIC
(DSP model only)
MCACC
(DSP model only)
V+5V
V+3R3
P. C O
NFIG
from DVDMAIN
REMOCON SENSOR
V+3
IC801
IC951
IC601
IC801
IC3201
IC3301
IC3401
IC3901
IC3131
05
EUROSCART ASSY
D
DSP ASSY
E
18 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
4.3 DVD LOADER/DECODER BLOCK DIAGRAM
19
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDS ON THE PICKUP
Q304
Q305
Q307
Q308
L308
L309
R305
CN101
CN102
R313
CN104
R321
R322
R325
R326
C309
R152
R153
R154
C140
C141
R373
C372
R372
R374
R375
R371
R314
C1
CONTACT
SIDE
SIDE
CONTACT
UP SIDE
C
R157
R156
D
D
E
1
1
1
20151051
15 15
R321
R322
R325
R326
Case when this diagnosis is required :
When playback of any disc, including a test disc (DVD: GGV1025, CD: STD-905), cannot be performed
How to diagnose
In the case mentioned above, degradation of the laser diodes (LDs) mounted on the Pickup PCB is suspected.
Measure the voltage between the two ends of one of the resistors mentioned below.
Measure the voltage between the two ends of R322 or R325 on the 08 DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 650-nm LD is degraded.
No playback of a DVD :
Measure the voltage between the two ends of R321 or R326 on the 08 DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 780-nm LD is degraded.
No playback of a CD :
If the measurements show degradation
of an LD, replace the DVD MECHA
Assy.
SIDE A
A
08 DVDM ASSY
20 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
5.2 DVD TROUBLE SHOOTING
No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points
1 The power is not turned on. Are wires of output connector (POWER SUPPLY Unit) and CN968 (08
DVDM Assy) disconnected or damaged ? Connector / cable
Check that the following voltage is output :
CN968-pin 24 or pin 25 (08 DVDM Assy): 3.3 V
POWER SUPPLY Unit
2An opening screen is not
displayed on the monitor
(The FL display lights. The
mechanism does not work.)
Are the signals output from IC201-pin 97 (MDATA) and pin 98 (SCLK)
on the 08 DVDM Assy ? (in the range of 0 - 3 V)
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Are the signals input into IC5501-pin 50 (MDATA) and pin 51 (SCLK) on
the SYSMAIN Assy ? (in the range of 0 - 3V)
SYSMAIN Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Check that the following voltage are output :
Q1302-collector on the SYSMAIN Assy: 5V
POWER SUPPLY Unit /
SYSMAIN Assy Q1302
Is a resonator (X201: 27 MHz) on the 08 DVDM Assy oscillating ?
08 DVDM Assy
Crystal resonator (X201)
DVD IC (IC201)
Is a signal input into IC203-pin26 (PCE#) on the 08 DVDM Assy ?
(Is a signal "H" for 80 ms and then "L" after the power is turned on ?)
-> Communication with flash ROM.
Are the signals input into IC202-pin 16 (DWE#), pin 19 (DCS#)
and pin 38 (SDCLK) on the 08 DVDM Assy ?
(Is a signal fluctuating ?)
-> Communication with SDRAM
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Flash ROM (IC203)
SDRAM (IC202)
Is a signal output from IC203-pin 28 (PRD#) on the 08 DVDM Assy?
(Is a signal fluctuating for several hundred ms after the power is turned
on ?)
08 DVDM Assy
Flash ROM (IC203)
Is a signal input into IC5501-pin 67 (DVD ACK) on the SYSMAIN
Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating ?)
-> Communication with FL Control IC
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
SYSMAIN Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Is a signal output from IC5501-pin 78 (XREADY) on the SYSMAIN Assy
? (Is a signal fluctuating in the range of 0-5V ?)
SYSMAIN Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Are the signals output from IC5501-pin 49 (SDATA) on the SYSMAIN
Assy ? (in the range of 0-5V)
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
SYSMAIN Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Are the signals of IC204-pin 5 (SDA) and pin 6 (SCL) on the 08 DVDM
Assy fluctuating for one or two seconds after the power is turned? 08 DVDM Assy
EEPROM (IC204)
3An opening screen is not
displayed on the monitor
(The FL display lights. The
mechanism works.)
Check the video signal path between DVD IC (08 DVDM Assy IC201)
and video-out terminal (see the block diagram)
08 DVDM Assy
Video circuit after DVD IC
(IC201)
Symptoms that may occur when any of the following ICs is in failure
IC Symptoms
EEP ROM
(08 DVDM Assy : IC204)
User's data cannot be stored in memory.
The ID number is lost.
Flash ROM
(08 DVDM Assy : IC203)
The power cannot be turned on.
Downloading of the firmware cannot be performed.
DVD IC
(08 DVDM Assy : IC201)
Any kind of symptoms (no power, a failure in any of the servo, video and audio systems, USB etc.) may be
generated, because the DVD processing is performed by a single chip.
64M SDRAM
(08 DVDM Assy : IC202)
No power.
Block noise is generated during playback.
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No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points
4 A tray cannot be opened.
(An opening screen is
displayed on the monitor)
Does the voltage of CN965-pin 3 and pin 5 on the 08 DVDM Assy
change normally ?
Pin 3 (CLOSE (TRIN)): Tray is fully closed: "L"
Pin 5 (OPEN (TROUT)): Tray is fully opened: "L"
DVD MECHA Assy
Switch (SW1)
Is the signal input into IC101-pin 1 (TROPEN) on the 08 DVDM Assy?
At open: 3.3 V, At close: 0 V
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Are the signals output from CN965-pin 5 and pin 4 on the 08 DVDM Assy ?
Pin 5: Approx. 5 V during opening tray approx. 1 V during closing tray.
Pin 4: Approx. 0 V during opening tray approx. 6 V during closing tray.
08 DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Are wires of CN964 and CN965 on the 08 DVDM Assy disconnected or
damaged ? Connector / cable
Does the voltage of CN964-pin 5 on the 08 DVDM Assy change to 0 V
by pressing the Push switch. Push switch (SW2)
5 Playback impossible
(no focusing)
Are the signals output from IC101-pin 16 (F+) and pin 15 (F–) on the 08
DVDM Assy ?
08 DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Does 650-nm LD emit light ?
Does a pickup lens move up / down ?
Does an actuator spring bend ?
Pickup
Are plastic parts damaged ? Or is a shaft detached ?
Is the turntable detached or tilted ? Mechanism section (motor)
Is flexible cable of CN965 on the 08 DVDM Assy disconnected or
damaged ? Flexible cable / connector
Is signal output from IC201-pin 41 (FOSO) on the 08 DVDM Assy ?
(Device control of about 1.4 V is output usually. It is fluctuated by about
250 mV with focus up / down.)
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
6 Playback impossible
(Spindle does not turn)
Are the signals output from IC101-pin 12 (MOT_SPDL–) and pin 11
(MOT_SPDL+) on the 08 DVDM Assy ?
Is pin 21 (STBY) fixed LOW ? (pin 21 is High at playback: 3 V)
08 DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Is there any part detached from the spindle motor ?
Or Is there any foreign object lodged in it ?
Mechanism section
(Spindle motor)
Are wires of CN964 on the 08 DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ? Flexible cable / connector
Is signal output from IC201-pin 36 (DMSO) on the 08 DVDM Assy ? 08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
7 Playback impossible
(Playback stops)
Does 650-nm LD deteriorate ?
If the voltage at each both ends of R322 and R325 on the 08 DVDM
Assy is 0.4 V or more, the 650-nm LD is definitely deteriorated.
650-nm LD deteriorated.
(When playback of a DVD is
impossible)
Does 780-nm LD deteriorate ?
If the voltage at each both ends of R321 and R326 on the 08 DVDM
Assy is 0.4 V or more, the 780-nm LD is definitely deteriorated.
780-nm LD deteriorated.
(When playback of a CD is
impossible)
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? Disc
8 Picture disturbance during
playback
(block noise, freeze, other)
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ?
Is there a problem with the format of the disc ?
Check the video signals.
Composite video signal (IC401-pin 23)
S video signal (IC401-pin 21, pin 26)
RGB video signal (IC401-pin 16, pin 18, pin 20)
Disc
9 No sound
(Picture is normal)
Check the waveform (ALCK: IC201-pin 231), (ALRCK: IC201-pin 227),
(ABCK : IC201-pin 230), (ASDATA0/1/2: IC201-pin 226/225/223).
Check the waveform (ASPDIF: IC201-pin 215)
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
08 DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Video IC (IC401)
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5.3 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION OF DIGITAL AMP SECTION
Filter
and
Volume
Timing
Control
Gate
Drive
XSD
To UCOM
PCM Signal
From
DVD or ADC
3.3 V
0 V
TAS5508BPAG
PWM Processor section
PWM Processor section
Power Stage section
Power Stage section
Output LPF section
Output LPF section
TAS5122DCA
XOTW
Protection
PCM -> PWM Gate
Drive
20 V
0 V 0 V
0 V
The PCM signals output from the DVD decoder or AD converter are input to this section, and their volume and sound quality
are digitally adjusted. At the output stage, after conversion from PCM to PWM, the signals are output to the Power stage.
In this section, timing is controlled so that the MOSFETs on the high and low sides will not be turned on simultaneously. The
voltage of the PWM signals are raised to drive the gates of the MOSFET, and the PWM signals to drive the speakers are
output from the MOSFET at the output stage. Detection and protection functions against short-circuiting of the output
signals and temperature exceeding the standard value are also provided.
The carrier elements, high-frequency signals that are unnecessary for these speakers, are eliminated. The signals passed
through the LPF will become sine-wave signals, as shown in the figure above.
Power Stage ICs No. Protection Enable State
IC3201 SD_AB (pin 23) => L
IC3301 SD_CD (pin 24) => L
IC3401 OTW (pin 25) => L
IC3101 IC3201, IC3301, IC3401
*1 XSD : SD_AB (pin 23), SD_CD (pin 24)
*2 XOTW : OTW (pin 25)
*1
*2
If the detection and protection work, the ports of the power stage ICs become the following state.
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5.4 SPECIFICATIONS OF PROTECTION CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL AMP SECTION
The protection circuits for the Digital Amplifier are activated, following the specifications shown below. The error indication on
the FL display shows the reason a protection circuit was activated.
Upon diagnosis of the Digital Amplifier, refer to the specifications for the protection circuits here and the overview of the Digital
Amplifier circuitry.
1. Overview
The system microcomputer monitors the ports for shutdown requests (pin 23: SD_AB and pin 24: SD_CD) and the ports for
abnormal-temperature detection (pin 25: /OTW) of the Power Stage ICs (IC3201, IC3301, and IC3401). As soon as any
abnormality is detected, it shuts the unit down.
To notify the user of the possibility of a too high a volume, when the unit is turned on the next time, the volume level will be set
to 0, and an error message will be displayed on the FL display.
2. Ports on the system microcomputer to be used for detection
Pin 77: SHUTDOWN
Low voltage at this pin means overcurrent or voltage too low (= V+B27) at a Power Stage IC.
Pin 79: XOTW
Low voltage at this pin means the temperature at the Power Stage ICs exceeded 125 °C.
Note: As one Power Stage IC is provided with two channels, three Power Stage ICs (in total 6 channels) are mounted in
this unit. For abnormality detection, the unit implements a logical OR operation regarding these three ICs.
Therefore, which IC is abnormal cannot be known directly. To find which IC is abnormal, it is required to check the
PWM outputs (pins 35, 38, 47, 50) of the each power stage ICs (IC3201, IC3301, IC3401).
3. Detection timing
Start : Detection starts 500 ms after the PWRCONT port (pin 84) of the system microcomputer becomes active by your
pressing the STANDBY/ON key.
Finish : When the STANDBY/ON key is pressed again (when the power-off process starts).
4. Operation of the protection circuits
The following three protection circuits are activated when the conditions shown below are met:
Overcurrent detection: Indication on the FL display: OC ERROR
Conditions: If the SHUTDOWN ports, which are monitored every 10 ms, become low 7 times in succession
Abnormal temperature detection 1: Indication on the FL display: OVERTEMP
Conditions: If the XOTW ports, which are monitored every 10 ms, become low in succession for one minute.
Abnormal temperature detection 2: Indication on the FL display: OVERTEMP
(Prerequisite: The XOTW ports, which are monitored every 10 ms, become low three times in succession.)
Conditions: The above prerequisite is upheld, and the conditions for an overcurrent detection are met.
Abnormal temperature detection 3: Indication on the FL display: OVERTEMP
Conditions: The PCONFIG ports (pin 21), which are monitored every 30 ms, become more than 2 Vrms more than 45 %
in one minute.
5. Process when the protection circuits are activated
The unit is shut down within 30 ms after abnormality detection then the volume level is set to 0. The unit can be turned on
immediately after the shutdown.
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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 TEST MODE
Test Mode Functional Specification
1 Test mode entry
In the power ON state, press the [ESC] key and [TEST] key in order of the Test mode remote control unit.
• OSD displays test mode.
2 LD ON
Enter the test mode.
DVD : Press the [TEST] and [1] keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (650 nm).
CD : Press the [TEST] and [4] keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (780 nm).
3 Release the Test mode
• Turn off the power.
• Press the [ESC] key of the remote control unit and reset it.
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6.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATIONS OF THE TEST MODE
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
1
5
6
10
11
8
9
3
2
12
15
13
14
1 Address indication
The address being traced is displayed in number.
(as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.)
DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits)
[* * * * * * * *]
CD : ID indication [* * * * * * * *]
2 Code indication of remote control unit [R – * * * *]
In case of double code, display a 2nd code.
3 Main unit keycode indication [K – * *]
5 Tracking status [TRKG – * * *]
Tracking on : [ON]
Tracking off : [OFF]
6 Spindle status [SPDL – * * *]
CLV : [CLV]
Off : [OFF]
7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M – * *]
Unknown : [01] or [41]
Open state : [04]
Close state : [08]
During opening : [12]
During closing : [22]
8 Slider position [S – * * * *]
In Side Switch ON : [01]
In Side Switch OFF : [00]
9 Output video system [V – * * * *]
NTSC system : [NTSC]
PAL system : [PAL]
Automatic setting : [AUTO]
Scart terminal output [SK – * *]
(Display only the WY model which can do the output
setting of scart terminal.)
VIDEO : [00]
S-VIDEO : [01]
RGB : [02]
a Disc sensing [DSC – * * *]
The type of discs loaded is displayed.
[DVD], [CD ]
b Jitter value [J – * * * *]
Note: Don't use it.
c Version of the FL controller [FL: * * * *]
Note: Don't use it.
d Region setting of the player [REG: *]
Setting value : [1] to [6]
e Destination setting of the FL controller
[MDL: * * * * / * * *]
Four characters in the front represent code 01.
Three characters in the back represent the destination
code.
f Version of the flash ROM [V: * *. * *]
Flash ROM size [FLASH = * *]
7
J: Japan, K: North America, R: General Area,
LB: Taiwan, WY: Europe, TH: Thai, RAM: China
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6.3 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SHORTCUT KEY
Service mode indication (ESC + CHP/TIM keys)
ID Address
The error rate is always displayed in exponential notation, e.g., *.* * e - *, for both DVDs and CDs.
EDC/ID/AV 1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID Error, last eight errors)
Calculation of the average error rate (ESC + "5" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
The average of the last eight error rates is calculated and indicated in exponential notation. After the calculation is completed, "OK" or "NG" is
displayed. If "NG" is displayed, the disc tray will open (for both DVDs and CDs)
For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less
Indication of model information (ESC + CHAP keys)
For details, see 6.4.
Region confirmation mode (ESC + A.MON [Test mode remote control unit] + "1"-"6" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
After you press the A.MON key while holding the ESC key pressed and then input the region number, if the number is different from that set in
the unit, an error message is displayed, and the tray opens.
Command Contents Conditions Remote Control Key Name
Memory clear and region / revision indication CLEAR (*1)
Average value measurement of DVD error rate 5 (*1)
CD error rate measurement 5 (*1)
Scart terminal output : VIDEO
Models equipped with Scart terminal
AUDIO
Scart terminal output : S-VIDEO SUBTITLE
Scart terminal output : RGB ANGLE
Progressive OFF Only for progressive models
Only for HDMI models
R_SKIP
Progressive ONF_SKIP
FL indication of ID number STEREO (*1)
ZOOM ON (x4) ZOOM
Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.) CHP/TIM (*1)
Model information indication CHAP (*1)
Title search Input mode IN
Title No. input
Search execution
SIDE A (*1)
Numbers (*1)
PLAY (*1)
Region confimation mode A.MON (*1)
Numbers (*1)
Only during normal playback, the following shortcut keys can be assigned by pressing a required key after pressing the ESC
key of the remote control unit. To quit, press the ESC key
*1 : Test mode remote control unit
HDMI Resolution : 1920 x 1080p PROGRAM
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6.4 SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
• Display contents
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
1 Destination indication
Display it according to model information set from the FL controller.
2 Region No.
3 Part number
4 ROM version
5 Flash size
6 FL controller version
7 CHIP VERSION
9 Remote control code
a Key code of Main unit
To display model information : Press the ESC key then the CHAP key.
To close the model information display : Press the ESC key.
Don't care.
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6.5 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SERVICE MODE
• Display during Service Mode
To enter Service Mode, press the CHP/TIM key while holding the ESC key pressed.
To quit, press the ESC key.
Service mode display
1 ID Address
2 Error rate (always displayed), in exponential notation
ERROR RATE : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
( )
• Calculation of the average error rate
For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less
3 EDC/ID error history (ID Address, EDC/ID errors, last eight errors)
Note:
Error of AV1 is not supported in this player.
Number of error
Indication plan contents
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
1
2
3
ex) For DVDs
• Step 1
""e -
""e -6 : OK
""e -5 : OK
""e -4 : Refer to Step 2
""e -3 : NG
""e -2 : NG
• Step 2
""e -4
3.0e -4 : OK
4.0e -4 : OK
5.0e -4 : OK
6.0e -4 : NG
7.0e -4 : NG
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6.6 SERVICE TEST MODE
30
31 50
C5539
C
R5525
R5535
R5537
R5538
R5546
R5547
R5534
R5533 R5532
R5541
R5542
C
R5544
C5714
2
0
C5712
Q491
R491
X5701
STEST
UTEST
30
VE+5
V+5
V+10
Emergency shut down will not happen even if breakdown happens in the Service Test mode. (Just ignore it)
• POWER ON in test mode can be done in less than 1 minute even when emergency shut down happens when error is
detected.
Total power on time can be checked.
W E L C O M E
[After NORMAL POWER OFF]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
P R T C T C TTE
[After AMP error]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
[For DSP Model Only]
[Function]
(Digital input for Japan and IBD model, SCART for Europe)
DVD/CD
[display]
D V D P R R R
[After DVD error]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
E E P E
[After EEPROM error]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
O V E R T E M P O C E R R 1
[After ABNORMAL TEMP. DETECTION]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
V DD VS E R
USB S BU VS E R
LINE1 N 1L VS E R
(Analog input for Japan and IBD model, digital for Europe)
LINE(2) N 2L VS E R
(Europe only, analog input)
LINE(3) N 3L VS E R
TUNER T X VS E R
[After OVERCURRENT DETECTION1]
[display]
V O L 0
O C E R R 2
V DD VS E R
[After OVERCURRENT DETECTION2]
[display]
V O L 0
V DD VS E R
1. Configuration and conditions during checking
AC power on when the STEST port (pin 43) is set to HIGH (5 V).
Initial function is DVD/CD.
AC power on by pressing the STOP key and POWER key on the front panel at the same time.
The set will automatically power on and the following display will appear.
The FL display during TEST MODE entry is different depending on whether NORMAL POWER OFF occurred before
entering the TEST MODE or EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN occurred due to error detection.
Either POWER OFF or AC OFF to get out from TEST MODE.
When the TEST MODE is released, only the RAM which stores the error status will be initialized.
(RAM that can be set by the user will not initialized.)
2. Switching to the Test Mode
Basically, operation is the same as the NORMAL MODE.
However, the following display will be indicated when function is changed to show that the TEST MODE is in operation.
3. Operation
SIDE A
SYSMAIN ASSY
B
Service Test Mode connecting point
Connecting
point
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[Function]
(Europe)
DVD/CD
[display]
V DD VS E R
USB S BU VS E R
LINE1 N 1L VS E R
(general Line function)
LINE(2) N 2L VS E R
TUNER T X VS E R
• BREAKDOWN CATEGORY: Depends on the error displayed during POWER ON.
[Only for models without DSP]
When function is switched to LINE 2 (LINE for areas beside Europe, Japan), SURROUND mode will switch to
X-STEREO (5CH STEREO) just for the TEST MODE. (NORMAL MODE: 2CH STEREO)
At this point, sound checking can't be done using HP.
(HP operation cannot be guaranteed for X-STEREO (5CH STEREO))
All functions, other than LINE2 (LINE for areas besides Europe) can be used for sound checking using HP.
[Models with DSP]
• Change the ADV mode to X-STEREO (5 ch STEREO) mode for multi CH output.
Protect circuit is operating.
1. Depending on the different power supply abnormalities, V+10, V+5, V+3R3 short-circuit occured or V+10, V+5, V+3R3
has exceeded the stipulated standardized values.
2. In the system microP (PDC175A, PDC176A) somewhere, the XPROTECT line has either shorted to ground or has
been disconnected.
4. Errors
P R T C T E
Abnormal DVD.
1. Depending on the power supply abnormalities, V+6R8, V+5V, V+3 short-circuit occured or V+6R8, V+5V, V+3 has
exceeded the stipulated standardized values.
2. In the system microP (PDC175A, PDC176A) somewhere, the VDET line has either short to ground or disconnected.
D V D P R CT T
1. Communication line to the EEPROM could either be disconnected or short.
2. The EEPROM IC itself could be faulty.
E E P E RR
If error display does not come on again when POWER ON in the NORMAL MODE, this could mean that the speaker
terminal is short.
If error display comes on, the following conditions are some possibilities:
1. In the AMP Block, either one or more of the digital amp IC has broken down.
2. Short-circuit occurred somewhere between the faulty IC(s) and speaker terminal.
3. The XSD SHUTDOWN line has either short to ground or disconnected somewhere between the faulty digital amp IC
and system microP (PDC175A, PDC176A).
O C E 1RR
The error is mainly caused by the short circuit at the POWER SUPPLY Unit .
The error will also occur when V+BSW is too low.
O C E 2RR
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No abnormality if "OVERTEMP" display does not come on when POWER ON in the NORMAL MODE again.
(The TEMP could have just gone up temporarily. Try reducing the volume)
When the "OVERTEMP" display comes on again, the following conditions are some possibilities:
1. In the AMP Block, either one or more of the digital amp IC has broken down.
2. The XOTW line has either short to ground or disconnected somewhere between the faulty digital amp IC(s) and
system microP (PDC175A, PDC176A).
O V E PMETR
If STOP key is pushed continuously for 8 sec during POWER ON, the total POWER ON time will come on after the system
microp version display.
5. Total Power on Time Display
• During POWER ON, you can switch between DSP error display <=> Normal display when the SOUND key on the remote
control is pressed.
6. DSP Error Display (for models with DSP only)
P D C 1 7 5 A
System microP version
POWER ON TIME
Approx. 3 seconds later
1 0 3H 0 M
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6.7 DISPLAY SPECIFICATIONS OF DSP ERROR
Press "SOUND" button in service test mode to show DSP error message displays.
Press "SOUND" again to select normal service test mode.
This means that the usual function of "SOUND" is not effective in the service test mode.
_ _ _ _ - U M 9
[FL display]
- U MREID
ERR.0 Cannot receive data from the DIR
--> Probably due to faulty DIR or bad connection
- U MRESD
ERR.1 Cannot receive data from the DSP
--> Faulty communication between DIR and DSP
--> Probably due to faulty DSP or connection on the circuit board
- U MQERH
ERR.2 No HREQ return value
--> Probably due to faulty DSP
- U MGNSD
ERR.3 DSP error message
--> Faulty communication between the DIR and DSP
--> Probably due to faulty DSP
- MTUMD
ERR.4 DECMUTE on all the time
--> Faulty communication between the DIR and DSP
--> Probably due to faulty DSP
- 9KOSD
NO ERR
(the source is 88.2/96 kHz.)
96 kHz source play
-KOSD
NO ERR
(the source is not 88.2/96 kHz.)
No abnormality
[Example]
96k (This character is displayed while the source is 88.2 or 96 kHz PCM)
DSP MUTE (This character is displayed while DSPMUTE is active)
DIR UNLOCK (This character is displayed while DIR is UNLOCK)
Space
The name of an error is displayed by four characters.
DSP error message mode
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7. DISASSEMBLY
Bonnet, Tray Panel
1
Tray panel
Test disc
Tray
How to open the tray when the power cannot be on
Disassembly
Note 1: Do NOT look directly into the pickup lens. The laser beam may cause eye injury.
Note 2: Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the procedures
described here are common.
Bottom view
Press the u STANDBY/ON button to turn on the
power.
1
Remove the bonnet by removing the nine screws.
1
Press the h OPEN/CLOSE button to open the tray.
2
Remove the tray panel.
3
Set the test disc.
4
Press the h OPEN/CLOSE button to close the tray.
(Test disc is clamped.)
5
Press the u STANDBY/ON button to turn off the
power.
6
Pull out the Power cord.
7
4
3
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1. Slide the rack, loading (White) toward the arrow direction by using a minus screwdriver to release the lock.
2. Manually open the tray.
NOTE:
Please strongly pushing rack, loading (White) to release the lock because the tray doesn't go out easily.
Rack, loading (White)
Tray open
Minus screwdriver
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Front Panel Section
2
Remove the two screws.
1
Unhook the five hooks.
2
Remove the front panel section.
3
1 1
A
2
2 2
2 2
3
Note A: Do not use an electric screwdriver.
If the screws are over-tightened, the
screw threads may be damaged.
Front panel section
Bottom view
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DVD MECHA Assy
3
Short-circuit two positions soldering.
1
Disconnect the three flexible cables.
2
Remove the four screws.
3
Remove the DVD MECHA Assy.
4
1
Pickup PCB
08 DVDM Assy
CN966 CN964 CN965
DVD MECHA Assy
Rear viewRear view
1
Note: After replacement, connect the flexible cable,
then remove the soldered joint (open).
2 2 2
3
3
3
3
4
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Arrangement of The Flexible Cables
Double sided tape
(ZTB-500-10)
Length: 15 mm
5 mm
from the edge
Flexible cable
Length: 50 mm
Double sided tape
(ZTB-500-10)
Length: 20 mm
Bottom view Bottom view
Right view Right view
Flexible cable for PICKUP
Flexible cable for LOADING
Flexible cable for FEED
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Removal of DVD MECHA Assy Parts
Fig. 1-A
Tray
Push to Sag
Push to Sag
LOADER Assy
Fig. 2-A
Tray
LOADER Assy
Fig. 1-B
Insulator (R)
TRAVERSE Assy
LOADER SUB Assy
Fig. 2-B
Check Lock
TRAVERSE Assy
Rack Loading
LOADER Assy (Bottom Side)
Holder Traverse
Fig. 2-C
LOADER Assy
Check Hook
Loading Belt
LOADING SUB Assy
Gear Pulley
Fig. 3-A
LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy
• Screw Torque: 2.0 ± 0.3 kgf•cm
• Screw Torque: 2.5 ± 0.3 kgf•cm (Screw 1)
• Screw Torque: 1.0 ± 0.3 kgf•cm (Screw 2)
Loading Motor
NOTE
Disassemble only the DVD MECHA Assy parts listed here.
Minute adjustments are needed if the disassembly is done.
If the repair is needed except listed parts, replace the DVD
MECHA Assy.
1: TRAY (Refer to Fig. 1-A)
1. Set the Tray opened. (Refer to the DISC REMOVAL
METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY)
2. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and draw it while sagging the
Tray.
NOTE
1. In case of the TRAVERSE Assy, install it from (1) to (4)
in order. (Refer to Fig. 2-B)
2. In case of the TRAVERSE Assy installation, hook the
wire on the LOADER Assy as shown Fig. 2-C.
3: LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy / LOADING BELT
(Refer to Fig. 3-A)
1. Remove the Loading Belt.
2. Remove the screw 1.
3. Remove the LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy.
4. Remove the 2 screws 2.
5. Remove the Loading Motor.
6. Remove the Gear Pulley.
NOTE
1. In case of the Tray installation, install them as the circled
section of Fig. 1-B so that the each markers are met.
2: TRAVERSE ASSY (Refer to Fig. 2-A)
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Unlock the 2 supports 2.
3. Remove the Insulator (R) from the LOADER SUB Assy.
4. Remove the TRAVERSE Assy.
1
1
2
2
1
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NOTE
1. In case of the Pulley Motor installation, check if the
value of the Fig. 3-B is correct.
2. When installing the wire of the LOADING MOTOR PCB
Assy, install it correctly as Fig. 3-C.
Manual soldering conditions
• Soldering temperature: 320 ± 20 °C
• Soldering time: Within 3 seconds
• Soldering combination: Sn - 3.0 Ag - 0.5 Cu
3. When installing the LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy, install
itcorrectly as Fig. 3-D.
4. In case of the LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy installation,
hook the wire on the LOADER SUB Assy as shown Fig.
3-E.
4: RACK LOADING / MAIN GEAR / PULLEY GEAR
(Refer to Fig. 4-A)
1. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Gear Pulley.
2. Remove the Gear Main.
3. Press down the catcher 1 and slide the Rack Loading.
NOTE
1. In case of the Rack Loading installation, hook the Rack
Loading on the LOADER SUB Assy as shown Fig. 4-B.
2. When installing the Gear Main, take care the direction
of up or down as shown Fig. 4-C.
5: CLAMPER ASSY (Refer to Fig. 5-A)
1. Press the Clamper and rotate the Plate Clamper
clockwise, then unlock the 3 supports 1.
2. Remove the Plate Clamper, Magnet Clamper and
Clamper.
BROWN (1)
WHITE (2)
Fig. 3-B
7.0 ± 0.1 mm
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert.
Loading Motor
Pulley Motor
Check Hook
LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy
LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy Fig. 3-C
Fig. 3-E
Check Hook
Fig. 3-D
Rack Loading
BA
The Lever should be position
between A and B.
Check Hook
Rack Loading
LOADING SUB Assy
Gear Main
Gear Pulley
Fig. 4-A
Fig. 4-B
Rack Loading
Check Hook
Fig. 4-C
Main Gear
Up Side
Down Side
Plate Clamper
Magnet Clamper
Fig. 5-A
Main Frame
Clamper
LOADER SUB Assy (Bottom Side)
1
1
1
1
2
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NOTE
1. In case of the Clamper Assy installation, install correctly
as Fig. 5-B.
NOTE
1. In case of the Insulator (F) installation, install correctly
as Fig. 6-B.
6: HOLDER TRAVERSE/INSULATOR (F)/INSULATOR (R)
(Refer to Fig. 6-A)
1. Remove the Holder Traverse.
2. Remove the 2 Insulator (F).
3. Remove the Insulator (R).
7: SW PCB ASSY/GEAR MIDDLE/GEAR FEED/
RACK FEED ASSY/FEED MOTOR
(Refer to Fig. 7-A)
1. Unlock the support 1.
2. Remove the Gear Middle.
3. Remove the screw 2.
4. Remove the Rack Feed Assy.
5. Remove the screw 3.
6. Remove the SW PCB Assy.
7. Remove the screw 4.
8. Remove the Gear Feed.
9. Remove the 2 screws 5.
10. Remove the Feed Motor.
11. Remove the Gear Motor.
NOTE
1. When installing the Rack Feed Assy, push both ends to
align the teeth as shown Fig. 7-B. Then install it.
2. In case of the Gear Motor installation, check if the value
of the Fig. 7-C is correct.
3. When installing the wire of the SW PCB Assy, install it
correctly as Fig. 7-D.
Manual soldering conditions
• Soldering temperature: 320 ± 20 °C
• Soldering time: Within 3 seconds
• Soldering combination: Sn - 3.0 Ag - 0.5 Cu
4. After the assembly of the TRAVERSE Assy, hook the
wire on the TRAVERSE Assy as shown Fig. 7-E.
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5
4
2
3
Holder Traverse
Insulator (F)
TRAVERSE Assy
Insulator (F)
Insulator (R)
Fig. 5-B
Plate Clamper
Clamper
Fig. 6-A
Fig. 6-B
Traverse Holder
Insulator (F)
Gear Middle
Gear Motor
Feed Motor
• Screw Torque: 1.3 ± 0.3 kgf•cm (Screw 2)
• Screw Torque: 3.0 ± 0.3 kgf•cm (Screw 3)
• Screw Torque: 1.0 ± 0.3 kgf•cm (Screw 4, 5)
SW PCB Assy
Rack Feed Assy
Gear Feed
Fig. 7-A
TRAVERSE Assy
[OK] [NG]
Fig. 7-B
Rack Feed Assy
Push
Push
Fig. 7-C
8.0 ± 0.2 mm
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert.
Feed Motor
Gear Motor
Check Lock
Pickup lens
GEM1004
GED-008
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TRAVERSE Assy
• Loosen the wire in the direcion of the arrow.
Check Hook
Fig. 7-E
~ FEED MOTOR ~
WHITE (4)
BROWN (3)
~ SPINDLE MOTOR ~
YELLOW (2)
GREEN (1)
Fig. 7-D
SW PCB Assy
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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT
8.1 ID NUMBER AND ID DATA SETTING
This display appears when the PLAY key is pressed in Step 4.
Enter a 9-digit number to compare. The number is also
displayed on the FL display.
6
By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, the
unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything else. Each press
of this key after a number has been input deletes one digit.
7
After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
compares the numbers input in Steps 2 and 6, and only if the
numbers match, that number is set as the ID. Then the unit
automatically enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do not
match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number
Input Mode.
8
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Compare
Input ID Number !
6
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Compare
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
<PLAY> Enter
Input ID Number !
8
Input ID Number !
After entering all 9 digits, if you press the SEARCH key, the
unit unconditionally sets the input number as the ID number.
Then the unit automatically enters Player's Data Input Mode.
(The SEARCH key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been
entered.)
5
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
<PLAY> Compare Mode
<SEARCH> Enter
4
5
Caution:
For the DVD players compatible with DVD-RW, for playback of a DVD-RW disc (CPRM) and for the DVD players possessing
HDMI output, for HDCP process, it is necessary that an individual ID number and ID data are set for each player. If the ID
number and ID data be not properly set in the manner described below, future operations cannot be guaranteed. The ID
number is written on the yellow label at the rear panel of the player.
If there is no yellow label, before downloading FLASH ROM, take note of the ID number set following the procedures
outlined in "ID Number Confirmation Mode" on the next page.
Note: Enter ID numbers while the unit is in Stop mode so that the values set will be immediately written to the flash ROM.
Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 6 without doing anything
else.
To enter ID Number Input Mode, with no ID number set, such as
in a case of immediately after upgrading the firmware, press the
ESC key then the STEREO key.
Note: If a previous ID number and ID data, such as a factory-
preset ID number and ID data, are maintained, the unit
enters ID Number Confirmation Mode when the above keys
are pressed. However, if only an ID number is maintained,
the unit enters ID Data Input Mode.
ID Number Input Mode
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
- - - - - - - - -
<CLEAR> Exit
Input ID Number !
1
Enter a 9-digit ID number. The ID number is also displayed on
the FL display.
2
By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you
can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has
been input deletes one digit.
3
After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
enters Compare mode. Enter the same ID number again. Only
if your two input numbers match, the ID number is set. Compare
mode helps eliminate mistyping of the ID number.
4
2
3
Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything
else.
Setting an ID number or ID data is required in the
following case:
If "No NUM" or "NO DATA" is displayed on the FL display
for a few seconds immediately after the power to the player
is turned on or during Stop mode.
JIGS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
DVD Data Disc
[GGV1309]
Service Remote Control Unit
[GGF1381]
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To enter ID Number Confirmation Mode after the ID number and
the ID data are set, press the ESC key then the STEREO key.
ID Number Confirmation Mode
1
The ID number already set is displayed.
(It is also displayed on the FL display.)
2
Enter a 9-digit number for comparison. This is not required
when you only wish to check the ID number visually.
(The number is also displayed on the FL display.)
3
By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you
can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has
been input deletes one digit.
4
After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
compares the number entered in Step 2 with the ID number
set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically exits
ID Number Confirmation Mode. If an ID data has not been
entered, the unit enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do
not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number
Confirmation Mode.
5
After entering all 9 digits, if you press the STOP key, the unit
compares the number entered in Step 3 with the ID number
set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically
deletes the ID number and exits this mode. If the numbers do
not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits this mode.
(The STOP key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been
entered.)
6
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Compare
<CLEAR> Exit
Input ID Number !
3
2
4
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Compare
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
<PLAY> Enter
<STOP> Memory Clear
Input ID Number !
5
6
Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 4 without doing anything
else.
• Indication of an ID number already set
An ID number already set is displayed in the following cases:
1) When the ESC key then the CLEAR key are pressed, user
settings are cleared, then the ID number set is displayed on
the screen. In this case, the ID number is not displayed on the
FL display.
2) When the unit enters ID Number Confirmation Mode by your
pressing the ESC key then the CLEAR key, the ID number set
is displayed. In this case, the ID number is also displayed on
the FL display.
If you only need to confirm the ID number, you can exit
this mode by pressing the CLEAR key or turning off the power.
• Indication when no ID number is set
If no ID number is set, the message "No NUM" flashes on the
screen and FL display for a few seconds after the power is turned
on or during Stop mode.
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To enter ID DATA Input Mode, with the ID number set, press the
ESC key then the STEREO key.
ID DATA Input Mode
NOTE: Be sure to use a specified DVD (ID) DATA DISC.
1When writing of the data read from the disc to flash ROM is
completed, "Rom Write OK!" is displayed. After seeing this
message, you can exit this mode by pressing the CLEAR key.
5
If the data cannot be read from the disc, the unit will be exited
ID Data Input Mode and proceed to the display of Pioneer
logo.
6
When the STEREO key is pressed, the unit enters ID DATA
Input Mode.
2
If the DVD DATA DISC is loaded in this mode, the unit
automatically starts reading the data.
(If the DVD DATA DISC has already been loaded, the unit does
not start reading the data. In this case, open then close the
tray.)
3
To exit this mode, press the CLEAR key. While data are being
read from the DVD DATA DISC, you cannot exit this mode.
4
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
[ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 ]
Compare
>
<CLEAR> Exit
<STEREO> ID Data Setting Mode
Input ID Number !
2
[Player's Data Input Mode]
<CLEAR> Exit
Insert The ID Data Disc !
4
[Player's Data Input Mode]
Rom Write OK!
<CLEAR> Exit
5
Note: Whether or not the data have been written to flash ROM can
be confirmed by watching for the message "Rom Write OK!"
being displayed after the disc is read.
• Indication when the data have not been set
If no ID data are set after the ID number is changed, the message
"NO DATA" flashes on the screen and FL display for a few seconds
after the power is turned on or during Stop mode.
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9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
9.1 PACKING SECTION
NOTES:
-
Parts marked by “NSP” are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
-
The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
-
Screws adjacent to b mark on product are used for disassembly.
-
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
Joint
1/2
for XV-DV580/WVXJ5
XV-DV575/WYXJ5,
XV-DV580/WYXJ5
only
for
XV-DV575/WYXJ5, XV-DV580/WYXJ5,
XV-DV385K/WSXJ5, XV-DV395K/WSXJ5
XV-DV575 and
XV-DV580 only
1/2
2/2
2/2
XV-DV580/WVXJ5
only
XV-DV575/WYXJ5,
XV-DV580/WYXJ5
only
XV-DV585K/WSXJ5,
XV-DV595K/WSXJ5
only
XV-DV585K/WSXJ5,
XV-DV595K/WSXJ5
only
XV-DV580/WVXJ5
only
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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-DV575/WYXJ5, XV-DV580/WYXJ5, WVXJ5, XV-DV385K/WSXJ5 and XV-DV395K/WSXJ5 are constructed the
same except for the following:
Mark No. Description Part No.
>1Power Cord See Contrast table (2)
2 Video Cable XDE3046
3 FM Antenna ADH7030
4 AM Loop Antenna ATB7013
5 Microphone See Contrast table (2)
(for Audio MCACC setup)
6 Remote Control See Contrast table (2)
7 Battery Cover AZN8018
NSP 8 Dry Cell Battery (AA/R6) XEX3002
9Label (WEEE) ARW7322
10 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
(English, French)
11 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
(German, Italian)
12 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
(Dutch, Spanish)
13 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
(English)
14 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
(Russian)
15 Setup Guide (English, French) See Contrast table (2)
16 Setup Guide (German, Italian) See Contrast table (2)
17 Setup Guide (Dutch, Spanish) See Contrast table (2)
18 Setup Guide (English) See Contrast table (2)
19 Setup Guide (Russian) See Contrast table (2)
NSP 20 Warranty Card EU ARY7111
NSP 21 Polyethylene Bag AHG7117
(0.06 x 230 x 340)
22 Packing Sheet AHG7053
23 Pad L WHTS XHA3177
24 Pad R WHTS XHA3178
25 Packing Case See Contrast table (2)
Mark No. Description Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description XV-DV575
/WYXJ5
XV-DV580
/WYXJ5
XV-DV580
/WVXJ5
XV-DV385K
/WSXJ5
XV-DV395K
/WSXJ5
>1Power Cord ADG1127 ADG1127 ADG7108 ADG1127 ADG1127
5 Microphone (for Audio MCACC setup) APM7008 APM7008 APM7008 Not used Not used
6 Remote Control XXD3159 XXD3159 XXD3159 XXD3156 XXD3156
10 Operating Instructions (English, French) XRE3182 XRE3182 Not used Not used Not used
11 Operating Instructions (German, Italian) XRC3335 XRC3335 Not used Not used Not used
12 Operating Instructions (Dutch, Spanish) XRC3336 XRC3336 Not used Not used Not used
13 Operating Instructions (English) Not used Not used XRB3094 Not used Not used
14 Operating Instructions (Russian) Not used Not used Not used XRC3333 XRC3333
15 Setup Guide (English, English) XRE3181 XRE3178 Not used Not used Not used
16 Setup Guide (German, Italian) XRC3334 XRC3346 Not used Not used Not used
17 Setup Guide (Dutch, Spanish) XRC3344 XRC3349 Not used Not used Not used
18 Setup Guide (English) Not used Not used XRB3099 Not used Not used
19 Setup Guide (Russian) Not used Not used Not used XRC3343 XRC3345
25 Packing Case XHD3789 XHD3821 XHD3821 XHD3787 XHD3788
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9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
CONTACT SIDE
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
A
D
F
E
G
A
B
A
D
F
F
D
B
G
G
B
C
E
E
C
C
Refer to
"9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY".
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K only
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K only
* Part No. 21 (Heat sink WHTS)
should be replaced each time
a new IC (08 DVDM ASSY IC201)
is being replaced.
*
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
only
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580 only
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580 only
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
only
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(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-DV575/WYXJ5, XV-DV580/WYXJ5, WVXJ5, XV-DV385K/WSXJ5 and XV-DV395K/WSXJ5 are constructed the
same except for the following:
Mark No. Description Part No.
1 08 DVDM Assy See Contrast table (2)
2 DSP Assy See Contrast table (2)
3 SYSMAIN Assy See Contrast table (2)
4 COMPLEX Assy See Contrast table (2)
5 EUROSCART Assy AWU8291
>6 POWER SUPPLY Unit XWR3018
7 FM/AM TUNER Unit AXX7248
8 DVD MECHA Assy A2ZX01A650
9 FFC/60V (J1904) See Contrast table (2)
10 17P FFC/60V (J1905) XDD3263
11 11P FFC/60V (J1908) XDD3266
12 23P FFC/60V (J1909) XDD3267
13 27P FFC/60V (J1907) XDD3290
14 13P FFC/60V (J1906) See Contrast table (2)
15 Cable Assy (J1901) XDX3067
>16 Cable Assy (J1903) XDX3068
17 Earth Spring W5.1 ABH7240
18 GND Plate W5.1 ABH7241
19 Ground Plate WHTS XBH3018
20 Rear Panel WHTS See Contrast table (2)
21 Heatsink WHTS XNH3049
NSP 22 Chassis WHTS XNA3061
23 Radiation Plate XNG3183
NSP 24 Spacer AEB7092
NSP 25 Guide Sheet XAK3603
26 F/P Assy WHTS See Contrast table (2)
27 Rubber Foot VEB1325
28 Button WHTS XAD3264
NSP 29 Display Window WHTS See Contrast table (2)
NSP 30 Front Panel WHTS See Contrast table (2)
31 Tray Panel WHTS See Contrast table (2)
32 Pioneer Name Plate XAM3009
33 Bonnet WHTS XZN3201
34 Laser Caution VRW2257
NSP 35 ID Label Assy VXW1012
NSP 36 Name Label WHTS See Contrast table (2)
37 Control Label See Contrast table (2)
NSP 38 POP Getter WHTS See Contrast table (2)
39 MIC KnobSee Contrast table (2)
40 • • • • •
41 Locking Card Spacer AEC7372
NSP 42 Double Sided Tape • • • • •
43 ScrewBBZ30P080FNI
44 ScrewBBZ30P080FTB
45 ScrewBPZ30P080FNI
46 ScrewBSZ30P060FTC
NSP 47 Spacer XEB3115
Mark No. Description Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description XV-DV575
/WYXJ5
XV-DV580
/WYXJ5
XV-DV580
/WVXJ5
XV-DV385K
/WSXJ5
XV-DV395K
/WSXJ5
1 08 DVDM Assy AWM8118 AWM8118 AWM8118 AWM8105 AWM8105
2 DSP Assy AWX8706 AWX8706 AWX8706 Not used Not used
3 SYSMAIN Assy XWM3392 XWM3395 XWM3395 XWM3391 XWM3394
4 COMPLEX Assy XWM3429 XWM3429 XWM3429 XWM3428 XWM3428
9 27P FFC/60V (J1904) XDD3261 XDD3261 XDD3261 Not used Not used
9 29P FFC/60V (J1904) Not used Not used Not used XDD3260 XDD3260
14 13P FFC/60V (J1906) Not used Not used Not used XDD3264 XDD3264
20 Rear Panel WHTS XNC3572 XNC3574 XNC3574 XNC3564 XNC3571
26 F/P Assy WHTS XXG3370 XXG3371 XXG3371 XXG3368 XXG3369
NSP 29 Display Window WHTS XAK3602 XAK3602 XAK3602 XAK3600 XAK3600
NSP 30 Front Panel WHTS XMB3328 XMB3329 XMB3329 XMB3326 XMB3327
31 Tray Panel WHTS XAK3604 XAK3604 XAK3604 XAK3601 XAK3601
NSP 36 Name Label WHTS XAL3296 XAL3297 XAL3297 XAL3294 XAL3295
37 Control Label XAX3620 XAX3620 XAX3620 Not used Not used
NSP 38 POP Getter WHTS XAX3677 XAX3700 XAX3700 XAX3676 XAX3686
39 MIC KnobNot used Not used Not used XAA3029 XAA3029
48 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
9.3 DVD MECHA ASSY
Grease
GEM1018
Pickup lens
GEM1004
GED-008
To
08 DVDM Assy
CN964
To
08 DVDM Assy
CN965
To
08 DVDM Assy
CN966
Do not replace the parts.
Because, minute adjustments are needed if this condition
is disassembled further more.
If the repair is needed, replace the DVD MECHA Assy.
Cannot supply separately.
If the repair is needed, replace
the LOADER SUB Assy.
Daifree
GEM1036
Daifree
GEM1036
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
PCB640
(SW PCB Assy)
PCB610
(LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy)
SW2
SW1
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Lubricating oil
GYA1001
Note :
Check if the correct grease is applied for each position.
49
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
DVD MECHA ASSY PARTS LIST
Mark No. Description Part No.
1 LOADING MOTOR PCB Assy A2ZX01A610
2 Cord Jumper (5P) 12C1053601
3 SW PCB Assy A2ZX01A640
4 Cord Jumper (6P) 12C1063201
5Switch (SW2) 0500101036
6Switch (SW1) 0515S32003
7 Cord Jumper (24P) 122F003101
8 FEED Motor 1515T98006
9 Feed Rack Assy 92AAA0017A
10 LOADER SUB Assy 92AAA0024A
11 LOADING Motor 1515S98004
12 Plate, Clamper 92P000023A
13 Pulley, Motor 92P100097A
14 Frame, Main 92P100119A
15 Rack, Loading 92P100121A
16 Clamper 92P100122A
17 Gear, Pulley 92P100123A
18 Gear, Main 92P100124A
19 Tray 92P100151A
20 Belt, Loading 92P200015A
21 Gear, Motor 92P100088A
22 Gear, Feed 92P100116A
23 Gear, Middle 92P100117A
24 Holder, Traverse 92P100125A
25 Insulator (F) 92P200013A
26 Insulator (R) 92P200016A
27 • • • •
28 • • • •
29 Screw, Bind (2 x 8) 811022080U
30 Screw, Tap tite (P)(2.6 x 8) 811022680U
31 Screw, T-tite (B)(M1.7 x 5.0 P3) 813381750U
32 Screw, Pan (M1.7 x 2.3 P3) 814011723U
33 Screw, Tap tite (P)(2 x 8) 816112080U
34 Screw, Pan (M1.7 x 3 P3) 814011730U
35 Screw, Gear Feed 92P700007A
50 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10.1 08 DVDM ASSY (1/2)
A4
A12
A15
A18
A4
A2
A17
A18
AD6
FMSO
A6
RF
AD2
AD3
A7
A14
PRD#
AD1
A8
A0
A7
A8
A5
AD7
A19
A16
A1
A6
A9
DMSO
A20
A10
AD0
A2
A11
AD5
A13
A5
A3
A19
A3
AD4
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A20
A1
PRD#
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
A16
D
A
B
C
E
F
MDI1
LDO2
TROPEN
LDO1
PCE#
PWR#
PCE#
PWR#
MOT_SLED+
MOT_SLED-
F-
F+
MOT_SPDL-
MOT_SPDL+
T-
T+
FMSO
DMSO
FOSO
STBY
IOA
TRSO
FOSO
TRIN
TROUT
PWR#
PCE#
MOT_SLED-
MOT_SLED+
MOT_SPDL+
F
E
D
C
IOA
RF
B
A
MOT_SPDL-
LOAD+
LOAD-
IOA
MDI1
LOAD-
LOAD+
TROUT
TRIN
LDO1
LDO2
TRSO
TROPEN
TRCLOSE
T-
F+
F-
T+
GNDD
R601
NM
R322
4.7
GNDD
GNDD
R310
NM
R603
NM
NM
C221
R326
4.7
47u/16
C310
R604
NM
L761
VTH1047-A
1L1S
2
L1
3
L2 4L2S
47u/16
C309
R325
4.7
V+5V
V+3R3
V20
V1P4
V+3R3
R321
4.7
V1P4
C320
NM
R602
NM
V+1R8
USBP
USBN
V+1R8
V+3D
R208
0
V+3R3
R219
10k
R218
10k
S-24CS64A0I
IC204
A0
1
A1
2
A2
3
GND
45
SDA
6
SCL
7
WP
8
VCC
C290
0.1u/16
C289
1u/10
C295
1000p/50
R282
NM
GNDD
V+3D
R284
10k
R285
NM
GNDD
V+3D
UM5K1N
Q305
1
G1
2
S
3
G2
4
D2
5
D1
V+5S
Q304
2SC4081(QR)
R313
100k
R318
100k
R315
10k
R314
10k
GNDD
GNDD
V+5S V20
V+6R5
GNDM
C101
NM
R101
0
V1P4
C102 NM
R111
0
C111
NM
C112 NM
GNDM
C132 NM
C122 NM
R121
0
C121
NM
V1P4
C131
NM
R131
0
GNDD
C151
0.1u/16
R151
680k
R152
150k
R154
150k
HN1A01F(YGR)
Q308
E1
1
B1
2
C2
3
E2
4
5
B2
6
C1
HN1A01F(YGR)
Q307
E1
1
B1
2
C2
3
E2
4
5
B2
6
C1
S
R141
10k
R142
10k
GNDM
R155
680k
V1P4
V+3R3
C152
C153
CN953
NM
1
2
VKN2045-A
CN966
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
R761
0
R762
0
SCL
SDA
R769 0
R770 0
D102
RR264M-400
D101
RR264M-400
100u/16
C103
NM
CN101
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CN104
NM
1
CLOSE
2
GND
3
OPEN
4
LOAD+
5
LOAD-
CN965
VKN1573-A
1
2
3
4
5
NM
CN102
1
SPD+
2
SPD-
3
SLD+
4
SLD-
5
6
VKN1574-A
CN964
1
2
3
4
5
6
IC101
BA5984FP
FWD
1
OPIN1(+)
2
OPIN1(-)
3
OPOUT1
4
5OPIN2(+)
6OPIN2(-)
7OPOUT2
29 GND2
9VOL(-)
10 VOL(+)
11 VO2(-)
12 VO2(+)
13 VO1(-)
14 VO1(+)
8
VCC
15
V04(+)
17
V03(+)
18
V03(-)
19
GND1
20
BIAS
21
MUTE
22
OPOUT3
23
OPIN3(-)
24
OPIN3(+)
25
OPOUT4
26
OPIN4(-)
27
OPIN4(+)
28
REV
16
V04(-)
30
GND3
IC203
AYW7242-A
A15
1
A14
2
A13
3
A12
4
5
A11
6
A10
7
A9
8
A8
9
A19
10
NC10
11
/WE
12
/RESET
13
NC13
14
NC14
15
RY_/BY
16
A18
17
A17
18
A7
19
A6
20
A5
21
A4
22
A3
23
A2
24
A1
25
A0
26
/CE
27
VSS_27
28
/OE
29
DQ0
30
DQ8
31
DQ1
32
DQ9
33
DQ2
34
DQ10
35
DQ3
36
DQ11
37
VCC_37
38
DQ4
39
DQ12
40
DQ5
41
DQ13
42
DQ6
43
DQ14
44
DQ7
45
DQ15_A-1
46
VSS_46
47
/BYTE
48
A16
R153
3.3
R156
3.3
R157
3.3
OSN
1
RFGC
2
IREF
3
AVDD3
4
AGND
5
DVDA
6
DVDB
7
DVDC
8
DVDD
9
DVDRFIP
10
MA
11
MB
12
MC
13
MD
14
SA
15
SB
16
SC
17
SD
18
MDI1
19
MDI2
20
LDO2
21
LDO1
22
SVDD3
23
CSO
24
RFLVL
25
SGND
26
V2REFO
27
V20
28
VREFO
29
FEO
30
TEO
31
TEZISLV
32
OP_OUT
33
OP_INN
34
OP_INP
35
DMO
36
FMO
37
TROPENP/WM
38
PWMOUT1
39
TRO
40
FOO
41
AGND18_D
42
AVDD18_DM/PLL
43
USB_DP
44
USB_DM
45
VDD33_USB
46
VSS33_USB
47
PA D _ VRT
48
VDD18_USB
49
VSS18_USB
50
USB_XTALO
51
USB_XTALI
52
FG
53
IOA22
54
DVDD18_1
55
IOA2
56
IOA3
57
IOA4
58
IOA5
59
IOA6
60
IOA7
61
HIGHA0
62
IOA18
63
IOA19
64
DVDD3_1
65
IOWR#
66
A16
67
HIGHA7
68
HIGHA6
69
HIGHA5
70
HIGHA4
71
HIGHA3
72
HIGHA2
73
HIGHA1
74
IOA20
75
IOCS#
76
IOA1
77
IOOE#
78
AD0
79
AD1
80
DVSS18
81
AD2
82
AD3
83
RFVDD18238
XTALO 239
XTALI 240
JITFO 241
JITFN242
PLLVSS 243
PLLVDD3 244
LPFON245
LPFIP 246
LPFIN247
LPFOP 248
ADCVDD3 249
ADCVSS 250
RFVDD3 251
RFRPDC 252
RFRPAC 253
HRFZC 254
CRTPLP 255
RFGND256
OSP
R103
12k
R113
12k
R114
12k
R104
10k
R134
27k
R124
27k
R123
33k
R133
33k
D761
UDZS3R9(B)
D762
UDZS3R9(B)
LIMIT
3.3V
1.8V
to PICK UP
FOCS
TRKG
(NC)
PD
VREF
SW
A
TRKG
LD
VCC
GNDD
VRCOM
VR650
GNDD
VR780
E
RF
(Side type)
LD
D
F
B
FOCS
C
GNDD
to LOAD ASSY
to SLED/SPINDLE
MOTOR
/TNI
/TPI
(780)
(650)
VSHF
DRV
RTN
DRV
RTN
A-Side
B-Side
A-Side
B-Side
A-Side
B-Side
C254
1000p/50
R253
680
220u/4
C201
C210
2200p/50
C2680.1u/16
R232
NM
R254 750k
C208
0.1u/16
C343 1u/10
C220
0.1u/16
C345 1u/10
C265
22p/50
R609 10k
R238NM
NM
C214
C347 1u/10
47u/16
C206
C346 1u/10
C200
0.1u/16
C273 0.1u/16
R768NM
R251
100k
C205 0.1u/16
C207
0.1u/16
R252
0
R233
NM
X201
VSS1172-A
R204 22k
C211
270p/50
C212
270p/50
R217 NM
C267
1000p/50
C209
0.015u/16
C344 1u/10
R767 NM
C213 0.1u/16
R239 NM
C217
0.1u/16
47u/16
C203
R255
100k
C204 0.1u/16
220u/4
C202
L308NM
L309 NM
C260
0.1u/16
R631 6.8
C271
0.1u/16
C272
0.1u/16
C601
0.1u/16
R256
15k
C606
0.1u/16
4.7u/16
C605
R611 5.1k
C371
0.1u/16
C372
0.1u/16
100u/16
C373
NM
C374
R375 NM
R374 NM
R372 NM
R371 NM
R373 NM
47u/16
C215
C269
0.033u/10
C264
0.1u/16
C266
0.1u/16
R304
NM
C140
NM
C141
NM
C603 0.1u/16
R207
NM
R200
NM
R305
10k
C251
10p/50
C252 10p/50
10u/16
C602
10u/16
C607
C608
1000p/50
C216 0.1u/16
C619
2200p/50
2200p/50
C258
0.047u/16
C259
0.047u/16
L251 NM
R636
0
LIMIT SW
SW(GND)
R201 12k
R202 8.2k
R205 15k
R206 15k
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
C248C249 R24
AWM8105 0.1u 470p 33
AWM8118NMNMNM
A2/2
A2/2
A2/2
0
12
A1/2
To DVD LOADER
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
: STEPPING SERVO LOOP LINE
(F)
(RF) : RF SIGNAL ROUTE
(T)
(S)
(RF)
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(T)
(F)
(T)
(F)
(RF)
51
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
MA1
DQ3
DQ7
MA3
S_C
DQ15
G_CY
DQ4
DQ9
S_Y
SCLK
DQ13
DQ8
DQ5
DRAS#
ACK
DQ11
DQ2
XREADY
DCS#
DQ12
DQ10
MA2
DQ0
DQ6
DQ14
DBA0
DBA1
MA0
B_CB
MA10
DQ8
M D ATA
DQ1
MA2
DQM0
DCAS#
R_CR
CVBS
DWE#
A11
A10
A9
A20
A1
PRD#
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
A17
A0
DQM0
DQ7
DQ4
DQ1
DQ0
DQ15
DQ14
DQ12
LETTER
DQ6
DQ3
DQ11
DQ13
DQ2
DQ5
DQ10
DQ9
MA3
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9
MA11
MA4
VSEL1
SDCLK
SDCKE
PCE#
STBY
TRCLOSE
MA5
MA7
MA8
MA11
MA9
SDCKE
SDCLK
DQM1
MA0
MA10
MA1
MA4
MA6
DQM1
VSEL2
I/XP
SQUEEZE
RXD
TXD
V+3D
R601
NM
2
1
4
36
5
8
7
GNDD
R228NM
V+3DR
V+3DR
GNDD
R603
NM
2
1
4
36
5
8
7
R604
NM
GNDD
R229
33
V+5V
CN204
NM
1
2
3
4
GNDD
V+3R3
R602
NM
XDVDRST
IC601
TC7SH08FUS1
4
2
5
3
1
V+3R3
GNDD
R627
0
R628
0
C620
R629
NM
TRKUP
AUDIO
VIDEO
SYS
V+3R3A
V+3R3A
R979
0
R978
0
GNDA
R980
0
GNDD
MIC
IC202
K4S641632K-UC75
VDD1
1
DQ0
2
VDDQ1
3
DQ1
4
5
DQ2
6
VSSQ1
7
DQ3
8
DQ4
9
VDDQ2
10
DQ5
11
DQ6
12
VSSQ2
13
DQ7
14
VDD2
15
LDQM
16
WE
17
CAS
18
RAS
19
CS
20
BA0
21
BA1
22
A10/AP
23
A0
24
A1
25
A2
26
A3
27
VDD3
28
VSS1
29
A4
30
A5
31
A6
32
A7
33
A8
34
A9
35
A11
36
N.C
37
CKE
38
CLK
39
UDQM
40
N.C/RFU
41
VSS2
42
DQ8
43
VDDQ3
44
DQ9
45
DQ10
46
VSSQ3
47
DQ11
48
DQ12
49
VDDQ4
50
DQ13
51
DQ14
52
VSSQ4
53
DQ15
54
VSS3
SCL
SDA
*R240 33
V+3R3
*L241
QTL1013-A
R247
NM
MT1389FE/S-L
IC201
HIGHA4
71
HIGHA3
72
HIGHA2
73
HIGHA1
74
IOA20
75
IOCS#
76
IOA1
77
IOOE#
78
AD0
79
AD1
80
DVSS18
81
AD2
82
AD3
83
AD4
84
AD5
85
AD6
86
IOA21
87
ALE
88
AD7
89
DVSS33_1
90
A17
91
IOA0
92
DVDD18_2
93
UWR#
94
URD#
95
DVDD3_2
96
UP1_2
97
UP1_3
98
UP1_4
99
UP1_5
100
UP1_6
101
UP1_7
102
UP3_0
103
UP3_1
104
UP3_4
105
UP3_5
106
ICE
107
PRST#
108
IR
109
GPIO22
110
DQM0
111
GPIO21
112
RD7
113
RD6
114
RD5
115
RD4
116
RD3
117
DVDD3_3
118
RD2
119
RD1
120
RD0
121
RD15
122
RD14
123
RD13
124
RD12
125
RD11
126
RD10
127
RD9
128
RD8129
GPIO20 130
DVDD3_4 131
DQM1 132
RWE# 133
CAS# 134
RAS# 135
RCS# 136
BA0 137
BA1 138
RA10 139
RA0 140
RA1 141
DVDD18_3 142
RA2 143
RA3 144
145
DVDD3_5
146
RCLK
147
CKE
148
DVSS33_2
149
RA11
150
RA9
151
RA8
152
RA7
153
RA6
154
RA5
155
RA4
156
DVDD3_6
157
GPIO4
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
R
183
B
184
DACVSSA
185
G
186
DACVDDA
187
CVBS
188
DACVSSB
189
C
190
DACVDDB
191
Y
192
DACVSSC
193
FS 194
VREF 195
DACVDDC 196
TS_DATA0 197
TS_DATA1 198
TS_DATA2 199
TS_DATA3 200
TS_DATA4 201
TS_DATA5 202
TS_DATA6 203
TS_DATA7 204
TS_VALID 205
TS_CLK 206
TS_SYNC207
DVDD3_7 208
TS_ERROR 209
TS_PWM210
GPIO9 211
GPIO10 212
DVDD18_5 213
GPIO11 214
GPIO12 215
SPDIF 216
APLLVDD3 217
APLLCAP 218
APLLVSS 219
ADACVSS2 220
ADACVSS1 221
ARF 222
ARS 223
AR 224
AVCM 225
AL 226
ALS 227
ALF 228
ADACVDD2 229
ADACVDD1 230
CH8231
CH7 232
ADACVSS3 233
ADACVDD3 234
SADCVDD18235
SADCVSS18236
RFGND18237
RFVDD18238
XTALO 239
XTALI 240
JITFO 241
JITFN242
PLLVSS 243
PLLVDD3 244
LPFON245
LPFIP 246
LPFIN247
LPFOP 248
ADCVDD3 249
ADCVSS 250
RFVDD3
AKP7224-A
JA931
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
*IC241
TC7SH08FUS1
INB
1
INA
2
GND
3
OUTY
4
5
VCC
LIMIT
3.3V
1.8V
3.3V
DOWNLOAD
1.8V
3.3V
ASPDIF
DWE#
XAMUTE
ASDAT2_AR_DSDC
ASDAT1_AL_DSDLS
ASDAT0_ALS_DSDL
ALRCK_AC
DBA0
DRAS#
DCAS#
DBA1
DCS#
XMMUTE
DSDR
SDATA
DSDRS
ABCK_ARS
ACLK_ALFE
DSDLFE
DSDPCM
C250
0.1u/16
C282
1u/10
C244
0.1u/16
C254
1000p/50
R224
33
R253
680
C233
0.1u/16
C225
0.1u/16
C232
0.1u/16
R221
33
220u/4
C237
C247
0.1u/16
R254 750k
R259
33
C230
0.1u/16
22p/50
R260 33
R261 33
R281
0
R236 NM
C224 0.1u/16
R225 33
R226 33
R251
100k
R252
0
R233
NM
X201
VSS1172-A
C243
0.1u/16
220u/4
C281
C231
0.1u/16
C229
0.1u/16
R227 33
R613
NM
R614
NM
R235
NM
C227 220p/50
R220 NM
C245
1u/10
R213 10k
R212 10k
C246
0.1u/16
R237 NM
R249 NM
R626 NM
C239 0.1u/16
10u/16
C241
C260
0.1u/16
R631 6.8
*R246 33
*R245 33
*R244 33
*R241 33
*R242 33
R624 10k
R625 10k
R24833
R279 2.2k
4.7u/16
C262
0.1u/16
C266
0.1u/16
R622 NM
R623 NM
0.1u/16
R231 33
R612NM
R203 33k
R209
0
R632
NM
*R243 10
C251
10p/50
C252 10p/50
220u/4
C618
47u/16C616
C614
100p/50
C240
0.01u/16
C226
0.01u/16
C283
0.01u/16
C284
0.01u/16
C285
0.01u/16
C286
0.01u/16
C287
0.01u/16
C288
0.01u/16
C261
0.1u/16
C619
0.1u/16
C617
0.1u/16
C242
1500p/50
C258
0.047u/16
C259
0.047u/16
R620
33
R605 NM
L251 NM
R636
0
*C2480.1u/16
*C249 470p/16
R615 33
220u/4C223
C2280.1u/16
R637 NM
R222 10k
R223 NMR210 NM
R618
51k
(F)
HDMI Block
C248C249 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R246 L241 IC241
05 0.1u 470p 33 33 33 10 33 33 33 QTL1013A TC7SH08FUS1
18NMNMNMNMNMNMNMNMNMNMNM
A2/2
A2/2
A2/2
A2/2
A2/2
A2/2
0
1
4
3
13
2
5
A1/2
A1/2
08 DVDM ASSY
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580 : AWM8118)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K : AWM8105)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (S_Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE(C/V)
(S_Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (S_C)
: AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_C)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (R/Cr)
(R/Cr)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (G/Y)
(G/Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (B/Cb)
(B/Cb)
(AD)
(C/V)
(AD)
(AD)
(S_Y)
(S_C)
(C/V)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(R/Cr)
52 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
10.2 08 DVDM ASSY (2/2)
I/XP
SQUEEZE
VSEL2
VSEL1
S_C
CVBS
S_Y
VSEL1
R_CR
G_CY
B_CB
ACLK_ALFE
ABCK_ARS
ALRCK_AC
ASDAT0_ALS_DSDL
ASDAT1_AL_DSDLS
ASDAT2_AR_DSDC
DSDPCM
DSDLFE
XMMUTE
DSDR
DSDRS
XAMUTE
ASPDIF
C711
1u/10
C712
470p/16
R712
NM
R713
NM
R714
NM
GNDD
C713
2.2u/10
NM
C714
MM1661JH
IC711
VOUT
1
NC1
2
GND
3
CN
45
CONT
6
NC2
7
NC3
8
VIN
100u/16
C404
GNDD
C403
NM
C405
0.1u/16
IC401
MM1758XF
VCC1
1
CIN
2
MUTE1
3
CVBSIN
4
5YCMIX
6YIN
7GND1
8
BIAS
9I/P
10 CYIN
11 CLP
12 CbIN
13 MUTE2
14 CrIN15
GND2_1
16
CrOUT
17
GND2_2
18
CbOUT
19
GND2_3
20
CYOUT
21
YOUT
22
GND2_4
23
CVBSOUT
24
S2
25
S1
26
COUT
27
S-DCOUT
28
VCC2
R404
NM
C402
R405
NM
V+5V
100u/16
C401
R414
150
R412
150
C414
1u/10
R435
NM
C412
1u/10
R411
150
R432
NM
R433
NM
C413
1u/10
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
R431
NM
R416
150
C464
NM
GNDD
R415
150
R436
NM
R413
150
C465
NM
R434
NM
GNDD
C466
NM
R401
10k
V+5V
GNDD
NM
Q401
NM
C451
GNDD
C455
NM
NM
C454
V+5V
NM
IC451
VCC1
1
CIN
2
MUTE1
3
VIN
4
5MODED1
6YIN
7BIAS
8
GND1 9
YSAG
10
YOUT
11
GND2
12
VSAG
13
VOUT
14
MODE2
15
COUT
16
VCC2
C452
NM
GNDD
GNDD
D801
UDZS4R7(B)
V+3R3
R801
470
V+5
V+6R5
C453
NM
AUDIO
VIDEO
R715
0
V+1R8
AVD18
C801
0.1u/16
C411
0.1u/16
C415
0.1u/16
C416
0.1u/16
R406
0
R521
0
Q801
2SC4081(QR)
R802
47k
D802
DAN202U
HN1A01FU(YGR)
Q802
1
2
34
5
6
D811
1SS352
V+5
R804
22k
R805
47k
V+6R5
R806
1k
R807
1.5k
GNDD
R809
2.7k
R808
220
R810
22k
R811
47k
R803
8.2k
R523
NM
R524
NM
VKN1472-A
*CN962
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
NM
CN951
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
NM
CN961
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
NM
CN952
1
GNDD
2
ALCK_ALFE
3
GNDD
4
ABCK_ARS
5
GNDD
6
ALRCK_AC
7
GNDD
8
ASDAT0_ALS_DSDL
9
GNDD
10
ASDAT1_AL_DSDLS
11
GNDD
12
ASDAT2_AR_DSDC
13
GNDD
14
DSDR
15
GNDD
16
DSDRS
17
GNDD
18
DSDLFE
19
DSDPCM
RGB
V
S
V+RGB
VSEL1
VSEL2
*2
*2
VOLTAGE DETECT
A-Side
B-Side
A-Side
B-Side
AWM8105 AWM8118
CN962 VKN1472-A NM
I/XP
LETTER
SQUEEZE
0.1u/16
(F)
(F) (F) (F) (F) (F)
EXTRA VIDEO OUT
ABNORAMAL : < 1.6 V, 3.6 V <
NORMAL : 3.3 V
A2/2
CN5605
B3/5
A2/2 08 DVDM ASSY
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580 : AWM8118)
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K : AWM8105)
(S_C)
(S_Y)
(G)
(B)
(R)
(C/V)
A1/2
A1/2
7
8
6
9
10
11
53
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
XREADY
SDATA
MDATA
ACK
SCLK
R711
NM
NM
IC751
VO
1
NC
2
GND
3
CN
4
5
CONT
6
SUB
7
VIN
R751
NM
D751
NM
GNDM
GNDD
R903 3.3k
R902 0
R904 6.8k
R905 3.3k
R906 6.8k
R907 470
R916 22k
R909 6.8k
R9083.3k
R917 22k
R910 220
R911 220
GNDD
C751
NM
C752
NM
C753
NM
NM
C754
V+5V
L751
CTF1395-A
V+5S
R912 0
R913 0
R914 10k
DTC114YUA
Q481
GNDD
R481
1k
V+5V
R921
0
R922 0
R923 0
R924 0
R403 0
R421 0
C406
0.1u/16 C421
NM
R422
0C422
NM
C423
NM
R423
0
C424
NM
R424
0
C425
NM
R425
0
C426
NM
R426
0
C474
NM
R474
NM
R475
NMC475
NM
C476
NM
R476
NM
GNDD
L901
CTF1334-A
R901
0
V+6R5
USBP
USBN
XDVDRST
V+3R3
V+5HD
V+5
TRKUP
IC771
NJM2872BF05
Vin 1
GND2
34
5
Vout C771
1u/10
C772
C773
MIC R919 0
R918
NM
D934
D935
NM
SCL
SDA
R752
0
NM
CN901
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
NM
CN963
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
VKN1583-A
CN968
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
NM
CN902
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
VKN1577-A
CN967
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
C701
NM
C702
NM
C703
NM
C704
NM
SYS
PROGRESSIVE
P/XI
G/GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
SQUEEZE
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
V
GNDD
VSEL2
GNDD
CY/G
ASPECT
VSEL1
R
Cb/B
Cr/R
SY
B/GNDD
SC
GNDD
GNDD
ACK
TRKUP
3R3V
SCL
GNDM
USBN
XREADY
GNDD
V+5
3R3V
GNDD
USBP
SCLK
MIC/GNDD
6R8V
GNDD
GNDD
SDATA
VDET
6R8V
DOUT
DVDPOWER
MDATA
DVDMUTE
V+5
GNDM
SDA
GNDD
XDVDRST
A-Side
B-Side
A-Side
B-Side
B-Side
/SUB_INT
R402
10k
CONTROL
NOISE_BYPASS
2.2u/10
0.1u/16
NM
A2/2
CN5603
B3/5
CN9000
B3/5
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (S_Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE(C/V)
(S_Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (S_C)
(S_C)
(B)
(G)
(R)
(S_Y)
(C/V)
(S_C)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (R)
(R)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (G)
(G)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (B)
(B)
(C/V)
A1/2
A1/2
A1/2
A1/2 A1/2
A1/2
54 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
10.3 SYSMAIN ASSY (1/5)
LC875CB2A
AUDIO
DOUT
XFLAG
XTVMUTE
REMOCON
VDET
XAMUTE
UCOM
DVDPOWER
37
23
25
46
24
45
41
38
99
47
100
20
98
ASDAT3
ASDAT2
ADDATA
ASDAT1
LRCKO
D ATA 0
BCKO
MCKO
29
28
30
27
25
23
24
22
21
20
19
17
69
7
6
3
4
1
2
20
33
35
32
34
35
33
38
37
41
45
47
46
49
50
48
51
86
DSPMUTE
72
84
4
72
52
61
60
57
58
62
64
65
67
66
68
69
68
60
58
71
70 57
74
78
77
79
80
22
DSP
UCOM
99
98
100
93
86
84
85
83
82
3-B1
13 12 9
10
11 6
7
83
4
52119
1815
16
17 13
14 12 10 911 6875
4384
75
216
91
2
3
E
BC
30
32
31
33
35
34
2829 2627
37
36
38
40
41
39
44
42
43
45
46
47
50
48
49
51 5352 54 55
25 24 2223 21 20
5756 5859 60 61
19 1817 16 15 14 13
62 63 6664 65 67 68
12 11 910 78
69 70 71 72 73 74
56 4321
7675 787977 80
100
99
96
97
98
93
94
95
92
91
90
87
88
89
86
85
84
82
81
83
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
XKM3004-
XKM3005- XKM3008
GNDD
GNDD
RT3N22NRT1N241M
STBY
STBY
V+3R3
RAB4C221J
220
STBY
GNDD
0.01
0.01
0.1
RAB4C221J
220
220
**
**
1M
10k
RAB4C221J
220
0.01
VE+5
**
**
0.1
10k
0.01
10MHz
220
ASS7034
VU+5 0.1/16
220
GNDD
STBY
RT1N431M
10/50
0.01
220
220
47k
2.2K GNDD RAB4C221J
220
1000p
4.7k
RT3N22N
RT1P241M
STBY
V+3R3
GNDD
*1
RAB4C221J
220
RAB4C221J
220
STBY
STBY
STBY
STBY
0.1/16
*1
*1
GNDD
*1
RAB4C221J
GNDD
220
10k
10k
STBY
PDC176A/A8
STBY
VE+5
0.1/16
RAB4C221J
220
220
220
220
220
0.01
0.01
RAB4C221J
220
15K
0.1
*1
0.01
1000p
10k
STBY
220
220
220
RAB4C221J
220
RAB4C221J
STBY
*2
STBY
220
RAB4C221J GNDD
STBY
STBY
*2
0.1
VE+5 VU+5
0
GNDD
STBY
9604S-07C
VE+5
RAB4C221J
220
100k
100/10
VE+5
CN5532
CN5531 CN5533
Q5532
R5530
Q5535
R5527
R5525
C5519
C5522
C5521
R5522
R5521
R5516
R5515
R5514
R5513
R5518
R5519
C5517
R5517
C5518
R5520
C5508
R5569
X5501
C5509
R5507
C5525
C5524
Q5525
C5504
R5506
R5505
R5510
R5508R5501
C1207
R5528
Q5534
Q5533
R5541
R5544
R5542
R5532
R5535
R5534
R5533
R5537
R5538
C5539
R5548
R5543
R5546
R5547
R5512 IC5501
R5545
C5555
R5557
R5562
R5564
R5565
C5569
C5577
C5589
R5531
R5597
C5578
R5583
R5585
R5584
C5579
R5582
R5581
R5566
R5570
R5577
C1206
C5501
R5502
R5509
C5597
CN5501
R5598
R5590
R5574
C5502
DSP RST
DSP CK
DSP DO
DSP DI
DEC_MUTE
DIR RST
DIR DO
DIR CS
DSP HREQ
DSP MODE
DIR ERR
DSP SS
OPTIN(5V)
DVDIN(3.3V)
BUSY
BDTO
GNDD
DAUX
GNDD
CDTO
GNDD
SDTO
GNDD
FDTO
GNDD
LCKO
GNDD
GNDD
BCKO
GNDD
GNDD
MCLK
XV-DV575, XV-DV580
(1/2)
(RN1903) (DTC124EUA)
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
V+3D
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
*1
DESTINATION
MODEL
(DTC143EUA)
RESET
(RN1903) (2/2)
(DTA124EUA)
*1
ACDET
PWRCONT
STEST
UTEST
INPUTSELA
INPUTSELB
DSPMUTE
DASDA
DASCK
DSPHREQ
XDEC MUTE
NC
BUSY
VDD4
VSS4
UTEST
STEST
XFLAG
XDSPSS
XDSPRST
DATASEL
SCLK
NC
NC
DSPCK
XTVMUTE
NC
DSPDO
DSPDI
XPROTECT
PCONFIG
ADMD
XRECMUTE
XADPDN
DSPMODE
SDATA
TXCE
MDATA
VDD2
VSS2
EEP_DO
EEP_CS
NC
EEP_SK
KEY2
DIRERR
KEY1
VDET
MODEL
SIMUKE
VDD1
IBD(DSP)
EU,KU,J, PDC175A/A8
LC875BJ0A
RUS,IBD
(XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K)
(XV-DV575, XV-DV580)
TXODATA
TXCLK
NC
RDSPOW
RDSDATA
TXIDATA
DVDACK
SHORT for
TEST POINT
CF1
CF2
VSS1
XT2
XRESET
XT1
REMOCON
DIRDO
-COM
XDIRRST
XDIRCS
DTSMIX
PWRCONT
EEP_DI
KEY1
XDAPDN
XDARST
USBPOWER
XDAMUTE
DVDPOWER
RDSCLK
P_ON
ACDET
FLCLK
FANCONT
XFLCS
FLDAT
FLASHDO
FLASHCLK
VSS3
NC
HPDET
HPSEL
UTESTMODE
(DMUTECHECK)
PLC_CONT
VDD3
FLASHE/D
MIC_DET
SR+TX
XHPMUTE
XADPDN(MIC)
SHUTDWN
SR+RX
XREADY
XDVDRST
XOTW
CHASSIS GND
XPROTECT
WEN/DI
DOWNLOAD
NC
VCC
VSS
WCLK
RST
WDD
-COM
*1
B1/5
CN951
ECN701
ECN901
E
15K
47K
82K
47K
15K
47K
82K
-
-
-
47K
47K
-
47K
47K
-
R5516
R5514
R5515
R5513
XWM
SHORT
3391 3394
** XV-DV385K/WSXJ5
4 TALL
XV-DV395K/WSXJ5
3392
(DSP)4 TALL
3395
(DSP)SHORT
XV-DV575/WYXJ5 XV-DV580/WYXJ5/WVXJ5
R5571 1K
R5502
*2 XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
100K STBY
STBY
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
R5544
R5598
R5543
STBY
220
STBY
0
STBY
0
R5537
R5538
R5531
R5522
220
220
22k
220
R5542 220
*1 XV-DV580
XV-DV575
STBY
STBY
0
STBY
STBY
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K
B2/5,3/5
B2/5,3/5
B3/5
B3/5
B3/5
B3/5
B3/5
B3/5
55
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
(MA111)
DVDPOWER
V+3
V+3R3 V+6R8V+10
USBPOWER
V+5VV+5 VE+5
SROUT
REMOCON
V+3
REMOUT
312
45
2
3
1
6
7
8
E
C
B
B
E
C
13
10
11
12
9
E
BC
8
7
5
6
3
2
1
4
CB
E
E
BC
E
BC
E
BC
C
B
E
3
5
7
2
1
4
6
GNDD
STBY
220
0.1/16
GP1FAV51RKBF
STBY
100/16
0.1/16
CTF1379-
V+5
GNDM
CHASSIS_GND
GNDD
STBY
GNDD GNDD
RT1N141-11
100/10
0.01
0.1
LAU-TA
22
STBY
1
4.7k
2SC4154(BFG)
10k 2SC4154(EFG)
1
STBY
V+3
47k
CH
47p
470k
1SS352 0.056
GNDD
VU+5 VE+5
560
47k
10k
0.1
2SA1577(QR)
V+5V
GNDD
0.1/16
V+3R3 V+6R8V+10
47k
S-93C46BD0I-J8T1
GNDD
UDZS4R7(B)
STBY
STBY
1.8k
RT1N241M
V+5V
GNDD
V+5 VE+5
RT1N241M
VE+5
39k
GNDD
MC2846-11
1k
4.7k
VE+5
STBY
47K
2SA1602A(EF)
3.9k
3.3k
RT3N22M
STBY
1000p
1000p
FLDC+
VFDP
FLDC-
0.1
3.9k
GNDD
0.1
V+3R3
47k
V+6R8
2SA1602A(EF)
V+5
V+10
PG13KA-07
0.1
GNDD
V+3
0 10k 3.9k
2SA1602A(EF)
100k
RT3N22M
GNDD
1k 10k
1SS352 100k 2SA1602A(EF)
V+10
V+3R3
STBY
V+10 V+6R8
V+5
2.7k
RT1N241M
3.3k
47k
VE+5
2SA1602A(EF)
RT1P241M
100
1.8k
1SS352
1SS352
100k
GNDD
VE+5
220p
220p
1.8k
220p
VE+5
QTL1013
XKN3015
C4612
R4609
C4613
JA4602
R4610
C4614
C4615
L4603
C1505
C1501
C1502
D1501
C1301
R1307 Q1303
C1201
R1204
R5558
C5558
D1201
R1202
R1306
R1304
R1303
C1204
R1201
C1205
Q1302
C5557
R5559
IC5502
D1417
C1415
D1415
R1415
R1404
Q5941
D5942 R5947
D5941 R5946
C1413
R1403
R1402
R1401
Q1402
D1403
Q5932
C5601
R1001
C5603
C1211
R1302
C1210
R1301
CN1001
C1209
R5948R5949 R5945
Q5942
R5944
R5940
Q5932
R5934 R5935
D5933 R5933 Q5935
D1416
R5938
Q5931
R5939
R5937
R5936
Q5934
D5936
Q5936
R5931
D5931
R5942
C5932
C5931
C5936
L5933
L5931
L5932
L5934 JA5931
(D)
(DIGITAL OPT IN)OPT IN
(DTC114EUA)
(2SC4081(QR))
(2SC4081(QR))
DO
com FL DRIVER
com
STBY
INPUT SELECTOR
GND
DI
SK EEPROM
CS
(DTC124EUA)
TEST
NC
VCC
(DTC124EUA)
SR OUT
(DTC124EUA)
(1/2)
FL
-25.5V
FL DC+
FL DC-
Pwr-ctr
GND
A/D
DATA SELECTOR
DSP
SW3.3V(A)
GND
SW3.3V(B)
SW6.8V
(2SA1576A(QR))
MODULATOR
FTS DRIVER
USB BUS
HDMI
MIC
SW10.5V
EV5.0V
AC_DET
SW5.0V
SUPPLY
AUDIO BUFFER
SCART
TX
SCART POWER
(MA111)
(1SS355)
:1SS352
CKSR**-
STBY
CAPACITOR
: 1608 Size
CCSR**-
: 2125 Size
CKSQ**-
RS1/16S-
(2SA1576A(QR))
Chip Size
RESISTOR
: 2125 Size
RS1/10S-
: 1608 Size
(2/2)
(2SA1576A(QR))
PROTECT
(2SA1576A(QR))
(DTA124EUA)
SR PLUS L5931-L5934:
SR PLUS
B1/5
B1/5 SYSMAIN ASSY
(XV-DV575 : XWM3392) (XV-DV580 : XWM3395)
(XV-DV385K : XWM3391) (XV-DV395K : XWM3394)
CN3
F
XV-DV575, XV-DV580
B3/5
B3/5
B3/5
B4/5
56 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
10.4 SYSMAIN ASSY (2/5)
++
--
SCART_R
SCART_L
RECMUTE
LINE_IN_R
LINE_IN_L
SCLK
LRCLK
SDATA1
SDATA3
PLCCONT
SDATA4
SDATA2
XSD_1
SCL
XOTW_1
PWRCONT
XRST
XMUTE
XPDN
SDA
PCON
XHPSEL
MCLK
V+5
UCOM
V+10
66
61
48
62
65
32
LRCKO
BCKO
ASDAT3
ASDAT2
ASDAT1
DATA0
93
77
84
79
28
27
70
71
DSPMUTE
82
21
MCKO
11
9
10
7
8
5
6
2
3
4
8
7
5
6
2
4
3
1
10
9
11
12
14
13
15
16
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
E
CB
74
8
1
2
2
3
1
4
5
6
8
7
14
16
15
13
12
11
9
10
GND
VSM
RDS
+9V
TXR
GND
TXL
CLK
DI
DO
HN1C01FU
HN1C01FU
VSSA
CIN
FLOUT
T1
MODE
VSSD
VDDA
MPXINXI
VDDD
(2/2)
VREF
RDSDATA
XO
RST
QUAL RDSCLK
4.322MHz
CE
RECMUTE
CHASSIS GND
PLCCONT
PWRCONT
HH
LH
(1/2) RDS
(1/2)
(1/2)
MCACC
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
(2/2)
(2/2)
RDS DATA
INPUTSELB
INPUTSELA
Y2
Y0
Y3
Y1
Y(Rch)
Main:TC4052BFN
VSS
INH
VEE
SCART
LINE
VDD
X2
X(Lch)
X1
X0
A
B
X3
(2/2)
HL
L
L
BA
INPUT
SELECTOR
AUDIO
from Ucom PART
MCACC
TUNER
FUNCTION
(1/2)
C5704
C5705
C5701
C5703
C5709
C5702
R5719
R5705
C5707
C5708
R5718
R5717
R5716
Q5703
C5716
C5713
C5719
R5710
IC5701
C5715
C5720
X5701 C5714
C5712
CN5701
R5712
R5715
R5713
R5714
Q5707
JA4901
Q4006
R4006
C4016
C4015
C4012 R4012
C4011 R4011
R4003
KN4001 R4002
R4082
C4911
C4909
C4905
R4913
R4914
C4904
R4908
R4907
L4901
R4911
R4910
C4910
C4902
R4902
IC4901
D4901
C4903
R4906
R4905 C4908
C4907
R4903
C4906
C4901
R4016
R4018
C4020
C4019
R4017
R4015
R4020 R4019
R9001
R9002
C4004
R4915
R4022
R4014 R4013
D4902D4903
R4010
C4001
IC4001
C9001
C4002
C9002
R4027
C4003
C4022
Q4005
C4024
R4039
R4021
R4026 R4025
R4081R4001
R4007
R4009
Q4005
C4021
C4023
GNDD
STBY
STBY
STBY
100p
100p
STBY
STBY
CH
CH
STBY
1000p
47/35
STBY
STBY
STBY
STBY
(RT3CLLM(EF))
560p
4700p
CH
10/50
STBY
LC72725KM
GNDD
0.01
47/35
CH
ASS7004 27p
27p
9604S-11C
*1
STBY
*1
STBY
(RT3CLLM(EF))
V+10
GNDD
RKN1004
GNDD
RT1N241M
10k
10/50
VE+5 10/50
10/50 22k
STBY
22k10/50
STBY STBY
1M
1M STBY
10/50
10/50
470p
100k
4.7k
V+10
CH33p
4.7k
33k
CTF1379
1100
6.8k
100p
100k
CH
NJM4565M
UDZS5R1(B)
V+5
VREF+5
33p
33k
100 1
NJM4565M
47/35
3.9k
V+10
0.1
1
22k
22k
10/50
*2 *2
10/50
22k
22k
VREF VREF
STBY
STBY
VREF+5
47k
VREF
220K
STBY
GNDD
22k 22k
VREF
UDZS3R9(B)
UDZS3R9(B)
HN1A01FU(YGR)
1K
VREF
Sub:HEF4052BT
STBY
STBY
0.01
STBY
47K
STBY
0.1
V+10
15k
*3
220K
*
1k 1k
STBY
V+5
1K
HN1A01FU(YGR)
VREF
15K
0.1
V+5
47/35
V+10
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-B1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
2-B1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
2-A1
B2/5
CN1
G
B2/5 SYSMAIN ASSY
(XV-DV575 : XWM3392)
(XV-DV580 : XWM3395)
(XV-DV385K : XWM3391)
(XV-DV395K : XWM3394)
*1
R5712
R5713
R4020
R4019
2.7k12K
2.7k10K
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
C4024
*2
*3
47/35V220/6.3V
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
(AD)
B4/5
B1/5,3/5
B3/5
57
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
MIC
V+3R3
AUDIO
MCDATA
ABCK
ALRCK
ACLK
DATA0
64
6
ADDATA
ALRCK
LRCKO
ADLRCK
ASDAT0
52
MCKO
ACLK
ABCK
ADMCK1
ADBCK
BCKO
85
34
ADMCK1
ADMCK0
ADDATA
ADLRCK
ADMCK0
ADBCK
4
8
6
7
5
9
11
10
12
13
2
1
3
8
7
5
6
2
4
3
1
43
51
2
4
1
3
2
14
16
15
9
10
12
11
14
15
13
16
5
6
7
8
PDN
SCLK
MCLK
DGND
VD
SDTO
LRCK
CKS1
VA
VCOM
AGND
DIF
CAPACITOR
CKS2
AINR CKS0
AINL
MIC A/D
GND
from DIR
RDSPOW
RDSCLK
DATASEL
DATA SELECTOR
NrVC
Vout
GND
Vin
GND
*
RESISTOR
Chip Size
*6
from DIR
ST
VCC
from DIR
XADPDN(MIC)
XADPDN
*5
VCC
SDTO
VD
VAMCLK
LRCK
DGNDto DIR
*
VCOM
AGND
CKS1
PDN
SCLK
DIF
AINR
AINL
CKS0
CKS2
A/D
from DVD,DSP PART
CKSR**-
: 1608 Size
CCSR**-
: 2125 Size
CKSQ**-
RS1/16S-
: 2125 Size
RS1/10S-
: 1608 Size
C4965
C4962
C4966
C4961
C4963
C4964
R4967
R4969
C4968
R4968
R4965
D4962
R4966
IC4961
C4967
D4961
R4063
R4062
R4061
R4083IC4005
C4056
R4024 C4026
C4029
C4028
R4056
C4027
R4028
R4046
C4045
R4045
C4046
R4058
R4057
R4066 L4066
R4085
R4067
R4065
R4064
C4064
R4084
C4057
X4004
R4055
R4054
R4053
C4052
IC4004 R4052
R4090
C4048
R4073
R4049
R4023
IC4002
C4025
C4041
C4043
C4042
C4044
R4041
R4059
R4060
R4048
0.1
V+3R3
1
2.2
2.2
STBY
0.1
GNDD
3.3k
0.01
100
RAB4C101J
220
1.8k
22/25
V+5
1K
UDZS3R9(B) UDZS3R9(B)
AK5358AET
V+5
GNDD
220
*
220
220
TC74VHC157FTS1
27p
1k 10/50
GNDD
2.2
0.1
100
220k
0.1
STBY
V+3R3
STBY
0.1
10/50
100
*
100
220
STBY
0.1
*
V+3R3
GNDD
CH
27p
12.288MHz
CH
VSS1140
1M
100
TC7WU04FU
100
0.1 *
0
3.3k
0.01
RAB4C101J-T
100
1k
VREF
NJM2872BF25
10/50
V+5
10/50
0.1
2.2/50
0.1
STBY
V+5
1.8k
AK5358AET
B2/5
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
R4085
R4084
×
×
C4024
R4090
220/6.3
×
47/35
0
0
0
×
×
R4083
R4060
×
0
R4057
R4058
R4059
0
0
×
0
0
×
?
*5
*
?
*6 ×
×
(AD)
(AD)
(AD)
(AD)
(AD)
(AD)
: AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
B1/5,3/5
B3/5
58 XV-DV575
12 3 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
12 3 4
10.5 SYSMAIN ASSY (3/5)
GNDA
HPMUTE
HP_DET
MIC SW
MIC
ASDAT1_AL
ASDAT2_AR
ASDAT0_ALS
ALRCK_CENTER
ABCK_ARS
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
GNDD
ACLK_LFE
GNDD
GNDD
V+10
FLDATA
GNDA
GNDA
FLCK
HP_L
HP_R
GNDD
FLDC+
FLCS
FLDC-
GNDD
VFDP
USB_DM2
GNDUSB
GNDUSB
V5USB
REMOCON
VE+5
V5USB
NC
USB_DP2
KEY1
KEY2
VDET
MIC/GNDD
DVDMUTE
TRKUP
ACK
MDATA
SDATA
SCLK
GNDD
GNDD
XREADY
DVDPOWER
XDVDRST
GNDD
DOUT
USBP
USBN
CAPACITOR
CKSR**-
:2125Size
CKSQ**-
RS1/16S-
:1608Size
CCSR**-
Chip Size
RESISTOR
RS1/10S-
:1608Size
:2125Size
GNDM
V+6R8
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
*1
3R3V
3R3V
V+5
V+6R8
V+5
USB POWER CONTROL
26
28
25
27
26
25
27
29
2
1
4
3
5
6
9
10
7
8
13
12
11
20
18
19
22
23
21
24
18
22
20
24
23
21
19
16
13
12
17
16
15
14
12
14
17
15
13
5
6
7
11
10
9
8
10
5
6
11
9
8
7
4
1
2
3
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
9
6
7
5
8
12
10
11
13
15
14
17
16
C
E
B
1
2
3
5
4
19
18
21
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
13 2
UCOM
83
74
ASDAT2
ASDAT1
ASDAT0
ABCK
ALRCK
ACLK
1
3
2
19
69
67
50
49
51
78
80
MCDATA
86
CTL
XFLAG
C4951
L4951
C4952
R4951
R4953
L4952 R4952
R4954 C4953
CN5605
R5605
C5606 C4954
C1208
C5602
CN9001CN9002 C5604
CN5603
C5605
R9000
Q4951
R4955
C773 C771 C772
IC771
R771
C781
C783
C782
R772
L772
IC781
D782D781
100/16
CTF1346-
100/16
STBY
47k
CTF1346- 47k
STBY STBY
GNDD
VKN1244-A
STBY
CHASSIS_GND
GNDD
100
1000p STBY
GNDD
V+10
FLDC+
470p
VFDP 1000P
VE+5
FLDC-
V+5USB
9604S-29C
9604S-27C 0.1
GNDD
VKN1258-
0.1
GNDD
1.8k
RT1N241M
VE+5
0.1/16 1/16 STBY
100k
AAT4618IGV-0.5-1
220
ATL7002-
10/50
STBY
2.2
GNDD
GNDM
V+6R8
V+3
V+5V
V+5USB
NJM2845DL1-05
STBY STBY
V+6R8
MIC HP_L
HP_R
UCOM
REMOUT
V+5USB
USBN
USBP
XAMUTE
VDET
DVDPOWER
USBP
USBN
DOUT
AUDIO
UCOM
V+5USB
USBPOWER
XFLAG
OUT IN
B3/5
CN5901
C
CN962
A2/2
CN968
A2/2
XV-DV575, XV-DV580
XV-DV575,
XV-DV580
XV-DV385K, XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
XV-DV385K,
XV-DV395K
R9000
0
STBY
*1
B1/5,2/5
B1/5
B1/5
B1/5
B2/5
B1/5,2/5
B1/5,2/5
B1/5
B1/5
B4/5
59
XV-DV575
56 7 8
56 7 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
SQUEEZE
ASPECT
P/XI
VSEL1
VSEL2
GNDD
V
GNDD
SC
SY
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
Cb/B
GNDD
GNDD
Cr/R
S_Y
GND
from u-com 81p
GND
R
GND
S_C
DVDPOWER
V
(DTC124EUA)
SCART_L
GND
G
GND
VSEL2
V+5
B
TVMUTE
SCART_R
TVOUT_L
GND
TVOUT_R
V+10
SQEEZE
VSEL1
COMPOSITE
VIDEO
OUTPUT
34521117101269813 1614 1715
1
2
5
8
3
4
7
6
B
E
12
11
10
9