Yamaha CDX-97 Service manual

COMPACT DISC PLAYER
CDX-497/CDX-397
SERVICE MANUAL
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel.
It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already
known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.
WARNING:
The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and
service departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable
and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please
contact the distributor's Service Division.
WARNING:
Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have
accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss).
IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.
■ CONTENTS
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL ...................................... 2–4
PREVENTION OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE .... 5
FRONT PANELS ............................................................ 6
REAR PANELS .......................................................... 6–8
REMOTE CONTROL PANELS ...................................... 8
SPECIFICATIONS / 参考仕様 ........................................ 9
INTERNAL VIEW ........................................................... 9
REPAIR NOTES / 修理上の留意点 .............................. 10
HOW TO MANUALLY EJECT THE TRAY /
手動でトレーを開く方法 ........................................... 10
101016
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES / 分解手順 .......... 11–12
TEST MODE / テストモード .................................. 13–14
IC DATA ................................................................. 15–19
BLOCK DIAGRAM ....................................................... 20
WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................... 21
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ................................ 22–24
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ...................................... 25–26
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST .............................. 28–29
REMOTE CONTROL .................................................... 30
2006
All rights reserved.
This manual is copyrighted by YAMAHA and may not be copied or
redistributed either in print or electronically without permission.
P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
'06.07
CDX-497/CDX-397
Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal
injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons,
we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized
YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative.
IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or
recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form.
CDX-497/CDX-397
■ TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
WALL
OUTLET
1. Critical Components Information
Components having special characteristics are marked s
and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal
to those originally installed.
2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)
When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify
that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated
from supply circuits.
●
Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms
shunted by 0.15µF.
EQUIPMENT
UNDER TEST
AC LEAKAGE
TESTER OR
EQUIVALENT
INSULATING
TABLE
●
Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.
●
Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities.
WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!
The solder used in the production of this product contains LEAD. In addition, other electrical/electronic and/or plastic
(where applicable) components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health and Welfare
Agency (and possibly other entities) to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY
REASON WHATSOEVER!
Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or
expose eyes to solder/flux vapor!
If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands
before handling food.
CDX-497/CDX-397
About Lead Free Solder / 無鉛ハンダについて
All of the P.C.B.s installed in this unit are soldered using
the lead free solder.
本機に搭載されているすべての基板は無鉛ハンダでハンダ付けさ
れています。
Among some types of lead free solder currently available,
it is recommended to use one of the following types for the
repair work.
無鉛ハンダにはいくつかの種類がありますが、修理時には下記の
ような無鉛ハンダの使用を推奨します。
• Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper)
• Sn + Cu (tin + copper)
• Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth)
Caution:
As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder is
about 30°C to 40°C (50°F to 70°F) higher than that of the lead
solder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable to each solder.
・Sn+Ag+Cu(錫+銀+銅)
・Sn+Cu(錫+銅)
・Sn+Zn+Bi(錫+亜鉛+ビスマス)
注意:
無鉛ハンダの融点温度は通常の鉛入りハンダに比べ30∼40
℃程度高くなっていますので、それぞれのハンダに合ったハン
ダごてをご使用ください。
WARNING: Laser Safety
This product contains a laser beam component. This component may emit invisible, as well as visible radiation,
which may cause eye damage. To protect your eyes and skin from laser radiation, the following precautions must be
used during servicing of the unit.
1) When testing and/or repairing any component within the product, keep your eyes and skin more than 30 cm away from
the laser pick-up unit at all times. Do not stare at the laser beam at any time.
2) Do not attempt to readjust, disassemble or repair the laser pick-up, unless noted elsewhere in this manual.
3) CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser Emitting conditions:
1) When the top cover is removed, and the “STANDBY/ON” SW is turned to the “ON” position, the laser component will emit
a beam for several seconds to detect if a disc is present. During this time (5-10 sec.) the laser may radiate through the
lens of the laser pick-up unit. Do not attempt any servicing during this period!
If no disc is detected, the laser will stop emitting the beam. When a disc is set, you will not be exposed to any laser
emissions.
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2) The laser power level can be adjusted with the VR on the pick-up PWB. However, this level has been set by the factory
prior to shipping from the factory. Do not adjust this laser level control unless instruction is provided elsewhere in this
manual. Adjustment of this control can increase the laser emission level from the device.
Laser Diode Properties
Material:
Wavelength:
Emission duration:
Laser output:
GaAlAs
780 nm
continuous
max. 44.6 µW *
* This output is the value measured
at a distance of about 200 mm from
the objective lens surface on the
Optical Pick-up Block.
Optical Pick-up
WARNING
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■ PREVENTION OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors
and semiconductor “chip” components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component
damage caused by electro static discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on
your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist
strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)”
can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES divice, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the
brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD)
sufficient to damage an ES device).
Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention
CDX-497/CDX-397
1. Human body grounding.
Use the antistatic wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body.
2. Work table grounding.
Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed and ground the sheet.
Caution:
The static electricity of your clothes will not be grounded through the wrist strap. So take care not to let your clothes touch the
optical pickup.
Anti-static wrist strap
1M-ohms
Conductive material
(sheet) or steel sheet
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■ FRONT PANELS
CDX-497 (R, T, K, A, B, G, J models)
CDX-397 (R, T, A, B, G models)
■ REAR PANELS
CDX-497/CDX-397
CDX-497 (R model)
CDX-497 (T model)
CDX-497 (K model)
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CDX-497 (A model)
CDX-497 (B, G models)
CDX-497 (J model)
CDX-497/CDX-397
CDX-397 (R model)
CDX-397 (T model)
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CDX-397 (A model)
CDX-397 (B, G models)
■ REMOTE CONTROL PANELS
CDX-497/CDX-397
CDX-497 (R, T, K, A, B, G, J models)
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CDX-497/CDX-397
■ SPECIFICATIONS / 参考仕様
■ Audio Section / オーディオ部
Frequency Response / 周波数特性
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Hz to 20 kHz, ± 0.5 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise (1 kHz) / 高調波歪率(1 kHz)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.003 % or less
Signal to Noise Ratio / 信号対雑音比
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 dB or more
Dynamic Range / ダイナミックレンジ
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 dB or more
Output Voltage (1 kHz, 0 dB) / 出力電圧(1 kHz、0 dB)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.0 ± 0.5 V
Headphone Output (-20 dB) / ヘッドフォン出力電圧(-20 dB)
[CDX-497 model]
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750 ± 100 mV/32 ohms
Accessories / 付属品
Remote control x 1, Batteries x 2, Audio pin cable (1.5 m) x 1
* Specifications are subject to change without notice due to product
improvements.
※ 参考仕様および外観は予告なく変更されることがあります。
R .......... General model
T ....... Chinese model
K .......... Korean model
A ...... Australian model
B .......... British model
G ...... European model
J ........... Japanese model
287 (11-5/16")
87
(3-7/16")
276 (10-7/8")
70
4
(2-3/4") (3/16")
17
(11/16")
435 (17-1/8")
CDX-497/CDX-397
Power Supply / 電源電圧
R model ..................................... AC 110-120/220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
T model ................................................................. AC 220 V, 50 Hz
K model ................................................................. AC 220 V, 60 Hz
A model ................................................................. AC 240 V, 50 Hz
B, G models .................................................. AC 220-240 V, 50 Hz
J model ............................................................ AC 100V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption / 消費電力
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) / 寸法(幅×高さ×奥行き)
. . . . . . . . . . . . 435 x 87 x 287 mm (17-1/8" x 3-7/16" x 11-5/16")
Weight / 質量
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 kg (7 lbs. 11 oz)
Finish / 仕上げ
[CDX-497]
Gold color ................................................................ T, K, J models
Black color .............................................................. R, A, G models
Titanium color ......................................................... R, B, G models
[CDX-397]
Gold color ........................................................................... T model
Black color .......................................................... R, T, A, G models
Titanium color ......................................................... R, B, G models
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(1/4")
• DIMENSIONS
■ General / 総合
Unit: mm (inch)
単位:mm(インチ)
■ INTERNAL VIEW
1
2
3
4
5
1 FRONT (5) P.C.B. (R model)
2 FRONT (2) P.C.B.
3 CD Mechanism
4 MAIN (2) P.C.B.
5 MAIN (1) P.C.B.
6 FRONT (4) P.C.B.
7 FRONT (3) P.C.B. (CDX-497 model)
8 FRONT (1) P.C.B.
6
7
8
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■ REPAIR NOTES / 修理上の留意点
None of the components of the following unit can be
supplied separately.
Each unit must be replaced as a whole in case of a failure.
下記のユニットは、小部品の部品供給はできません。
故障の場合は、各ユニットを交換してください。
・ CDメカニズム
・ MAIN P.C.B.
・ FRONT P.C.B.
• CD Mechanism
• MAIN P.C.B.
• FRONT P.C.B.
■ HOW TO MANUALLY EJECT THE TRAY / 手動でトレーを開く方法
a. Turn the unit bottom up.
b. Using a flatblade screwdriver, turn the loading cam 90
degrees in the direction indicated by an arrow in the
figure.
c. Gently pull the tray out.
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Flatblade screwdriver
マイナスドライバー
Tray
トレー
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a. 本機を上下反転します。
b. マイナスドライバーでローディングカムを図に示す矢
印の方向に90度回転します。
c. トレーをそっと引き出します。
Loading cam
ローディングカム
Tray
トレー
CDX-497/CDX-397
■ DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
See REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST for item numbers.
Top Cabinet [25]
Mounting
→ Remove 2 screws. [61] (2 on side)
→ Remove 4 screws. [60]
(4 on rear side)
→ Lift top cabinet from rear side to remove. Dismounting
Front Panel Ass'y
→ Open tray. (See "HOW TO MANUALLY
EJECT THE TRAY")
→ Unlock tray lid and close tray.
→ Remove CN42, CN52 and CN71.
→ Remove 2 screws. [52]
(Front panel ass'y to side frame)
→ Remove 4 screws. [51]
(Front panel ass'y to bottom frame)
→ Unlock front panel ass'y from frame
by releasing successively 2 snaps.
(2 on the side)
→ Remove front panel ass'y.
CD Mechanism [38]
→ Open tray. (See "HOW TO MANUALLY
EJECT THE TRAY")
→ Unlock tray lid and close tray.
→ Remove CN21-23.
→ Remove 4 screws. [57]
(CD mechanism to bottom frame)
→ Remove CD mechanism.
MAIN (1) P.C.B. [35 (1)]
→ Remove CN21-23, CN41
(MAIN (1) P.C.B.) and CN44.
→ Remove 2 screws. [56]
(P.C.B. to bottom frame)
→ Remove 1 screw. [59]
(P.C.B. to rear panel)
→ Remove 3 screws (CDX-497),
2 screws (CDX-397). [58]
(P.C.B. to rear panel)
→ Remove MAIN (1) P.C.B..
FRONT (3) P.C.B. [31 (3)]
(CDX-497 model)
→ Remove 1 screws. [54]
(P.C.B. to front panel ass'y)
→ Remove FRONT(3) P.C.B..
FRONT (4) P.C.B. [31 (4)]
→ Remove 2 screws. [53]
(P.C.B. to front panel ass'y)
→ Remove FRONT (4) P.C.B..
FRONT (2) P.C.B. [31 (2)]
→ Remove CN41 (FRONT (2)
P.C.B.), CN41(MAIN P.C.B.)
and CN44.
→ Remove CN43. (R model)
(P.C.B. to rear panel)
→ Remove 1 screws. [56]
(P.C.B. to bottom frame)
→ Remove 3 screws. [55]
(P.C.B. to bottom frame)
FRONT (5) P.C.B. [31 (5)]
(R model)
→ Remove CN43.
→ Remove 2 screws. [53]
(P.C.B. to rear panel)
→ Remove FRONT (5) P.C.B..
CDX-497/CDX-397
FRONT (1) P.C.B. [31 (1)]
→ Remove 1 screws. [53]
(P.C.B. to front panel ass'y)
→ Remove FRONT (1) P.C.B..
MAIN (2) P.C.B. [35 (2)]
→ Remove 1 screw. [59]
(P.C.B. to rear panel)
→ Remove MAIN (2) P.C.B.
which is connected directly
to the lower P.C.B. with
connectors.
• Cable Connections
FRONT (5) P.C.B.
(R model)
CN44
CN23
CN71
CN41
(MAIN (1) P.C.B.)
CN21
CN22
FRONT (2) P.C.B.
CN43
(R model)
CN52
FRONT (2) P.C.B.
A
CN42
CD Mechanism
CN41
(FRONT (2) P.C.B.)
View A
FRONT (4) P.C.B.
FRONT (1) P.C.B.
FRONT (3) P.C.B.
(CDX-497 model)
Front Panel A'ssy
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■ 分解手順
項目番号については、REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTを参照してください。
トップカバー[25]
→ 側面のネジ[61]2本を外します。
→ リア面のネジ[60]4本を外します。
→ トップカバーを後ろ側から上げて取り
外します。
フロントパネルASS'Y
→ トレーを開きます。(“手動で
トレーを開く方法”参照)
→ トレーリッドを外し、トレーを
閉じます。
→ CN42、CN52、CN71を外します。
→ 側面のネジ[52]2本を外します。
→ 底面のネジ[51]4本を外します。
→ 側面のスナップ2ヶ所を外して、
フロントパネルASS'Yを取り外し
ます。
Mounting
Dismounting
CDメカニズム[38]
→ トレーを開きます。(“手動で
トレーを開く方法”参照)
→ トレーリッドを外し、トレーを
閉じます。
→ CN21-23を外します。
→ 底面のネジ[57]4本を外します。
→ CDメカニズムを取り外します。
MAIN(1)P.C.B.[35(1)]
→ CN21-23、CN41(MAIN(1)
P.C.B.)、CN44を外します。
→ リア面のネジ[59]1本を外
します。
→ リア面のネジ[58]3本を外
します。
→ MAIN(1)P.C.B.を取り外し
ます。
FRONT(3)P.C.B.[31(3)]
→ ネジ[54]1本を外します。
→ FRONT(3)P.C.B.を取り外
します。
CDX-497/CDX-397
FRONT(1)P.C.B.[31(1)]
→ ネジ[53]1本を外します。
→ FRONT(1)P.C.B.を取り
外します。
MAIN(2)P.C.B.[35(2)]
→ リア面のネジ[59]1本を外
します。
→ MAIN(2)P.C.B.を取り外しま
す。但し、MAIN(2)P.C.B.は
下方のP.C.B.と直接コネク
ター接続されています。
FRONT(2)P.C.B.[31(2)]
→ CN41(FRONT(2)P.C.B.)、CN41
(MAIN P.C.B.)CN44を外します。
→ 底面のネジ[56]1本を外します。
→ 底面のネジ[55]3本を外します。
→ FRONT(2)P.C.B.を取り外します。
FRONT(4)P.C.B.[31(4)]
→ ネジ[53]1本を外します。
→ FRONT(4)P.C.B.を取り
外します。
・ コネクタ配置図
CN44
CN41
(MAIN (1) P. C. B.)
CN23
CN21
FRONT (2) P. C. B.
CN71
CN22
CN43
(R model)
CN52
FRONT (2) P. C. B.
A
CN42
CD Mechanism
CN41
(FRONT (2) P. C. B.)
View A
FRONT (4) P. C. B.
FRONT (1) P. C. B.
FRONT (3) P. C. B.
(CDX-497 model)
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Front Panel A'ssy
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■ TEST MODE
• Starting Test Mode
a. Connect the power cable to the AC power outlet.
W / D ” (PLAY/PAUSE) and “A
A ” (STOP) keys of the main
b. Press the “POWER” key while simultaneously pressing “W
unit.
c. When in the TEST mode, the “TEST MODE” is displayed for 2 seconds.
2 seconds
Starting TEST mode
This part is always displayed when in the TEST mode.
1. Function list of panel keys.
Panel key
F (OPEN/CLOSE)
W / D (PLAY/PAUSE)
A (STOP)
T / E (SKIP-/SEARCH-)
R / Y (SKIP+/SEARCH+)
Function
Tray open/close.
Playback/Pause.
Stop.
Move traverse reverse.
Move traverse forward.
2. Function list of remote control keys.
Panel key
TIME/INFO
SPACE
RANDOM
OUTPUT LEVEL +
OUTPUT LEVEL -
Function
Tray open/close.
Playback.
Pause.
Stop.
Move traverse reverse.
Move traverse forward.
Check FL display. (*1)
EEPROM write/read test.
Spindle servo on/off.
Output level up.
(CDX-497 model)
Output level down.
(CDX-497 model)
*1 Check FL display
The display condition varies as shown below according to the “TIME/INFO” key of the remote control.
Initial display
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F (OPEN/CLOSE)
W (PLAY)
D (PAUSE)
A (STOP)
T (SKIP-)
Y (SKIP+)
Icon (left)
Icon (right)
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
Icon (left)
• Canceling Test Mode
Press the “POWER” key of the main unit.
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■ テストモード
・ テストモードの起動
a. 電源コードをACコンセントに接続します。
W / D”
b. 同時に本機の“W
(PLAY/PAUSE)キーと“A
(STOP)キーを押しながら、“POWER”キーを押します。
A”
c. テストモードが起動し、約2秒間“TEST MODE”が表示されます。
2秒後
テストモード起動
テストモード起動中、常時表示します。
1. パネルキー操作
パネルキー
機能
トレイ オープン/クローズ
再生(DISC挿入時)/
W / D(PLAY/PAUSE)
一時停止(DISC再生時)
A(STOP)
停止(DISC再生時)
T / E(SKIP-/SEARCH-) トラバース内周移動
R / Y(SKIP+/SEARCH+) トラバース外周移動
F(OPEN/CLOSE)
2. リモコンキー操作
パネルキー
CDX-497/CDX-397
F(OPEN/CLOSE)
W(PLAY)
D(PAUSE)
A(STOP)
T(SKIP-)
Y(SKIP+)
TIME/INFO
SPACE
RANDOM
OUTPUT LEVEL +
OUTPUT LEVEL -
機能
トレイ オープン・クローズ
再生(DISC挿入時)
一時停止(DISC再生時)
停止(DISC再生時)
トラバース内周移動
トラバース外周移動
表示器チェック(*1)
EEPROM書き込み/
読み取りテスト
スピンドルサーボオン/オフ
出力レベルを上げる
出力レベルを下げる
*1 表示器チェック
リモコンの“TIME/INFO”キーを押すことにより、表
示状態が下記のように変わります。
初期表示
DISCタイプ
モード
パターン1
パターン2
パターン3
パターン4
パターン5
パターン6
パターン7
DISCタイプ
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CDX-497/CDX-397
■ IC DATA
IC21
IC21
: TC94A54 (MAIN P.C.B)
DSP
: TC94A54 (MAIN P.C.B)
DSP
Pin No.
1
Pin name
RFZI
2
3
AVSS3
RFRP
4
FEI
5
SBAD/RFDC
6
TEI
7
TEZI
8
9
AVDD3
FOO
10
TRO
11
VREF
12
FMO
13
DMO
14
SBSY
(SPCK)
15
SBOK
(FOK)
(CLCK)
(MBOV)
O
3I/F
IPF
(SPDA)
O
3I/F
17
SFSY
(EMPH)
(LOCK)
(MONIT)
O
3I/F
18
O
3I/F
19
ZDET
(DATA)
(COFS)
GPIN
20
21
22
23
VSS1
VDD1
XVSS3
XI
24
XO
25
26
27
XVDD3
DVSS3
RO
28
DVDD3
I/O
3I/F
–
–
–
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
–
–
O
3AI/F
–
29
DVR
O
30
LO
31
32
33
DVSS3
VSS3
VDD3
O
3AI/F
–
–
–
DVSS3
26
RO
27
DVDD3
28
DVR
29
LO
30
DVSS3
31
VSS3
32
VDD3
33
XVDD3
XO
XI
XVSS3
VDD1
VSS1S
GPIN
ZDET
SFSY
IPF
SBOK
SBSY
DMO
PMO
VREF
TRO
FOO
AVDD3
TEZI
TEI
SBAD/RFDC
FEI
RFRP
AVSS3
RFZI
* No replacement part available.
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CLOCK
GEN
ANA
LPF
SUBCODE
DEMOCULA
TION
CDRCUIT
1-bit
DAC
10-bit
SAR ADC
5-bit
R-2R DAC
PWM
100
FTE
99
TNI
98
TPI
97
FPI1
96
FPI2
95
PNI1
94
PNI2
93
RVSS3
TE
FE
34
VSS1S
35
BUS0
36
BUS1
37
BUS2
38
BUS3
39
BUCK
40
/CCE
41
/RST
42
ROM
43
VDDT
44
FGIN
45
MDI
DIGITAL EQ
AUTO ADJ
91
LDO
RF
BLOCK
90
RVDD3
89
CPU
I/F
ADRRESS CIRCUIT
RF
PULL-UP
STBY
92
APC
RAN
CORRECTION
CIRCUIT
VDDM
SERVO
CONTROL
CAV SERVO
CLV SERVO
PNSEL
87
RFO
86
RFDC
16k
RAM
88
AGC
46
IO1
47
TESTD
48
VSSP
49
83
82
SYNC SIGNAL PROTECTION
EFM DEMODULATION
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
O
3I/F
Speed error/feed equalizer output pin.
81
80
79
RFEQ
78
RFRP
77
EFM SLICE
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
PVSS3
66
VCOREF
AOUT
65
VCOF
DOUT
64
LPFO
PIO3
63
LPPN
PIO2
62
TMAX
PIO1
61
PDO
PIO0
60
PVDD3
TESTC
59
AWRC
58
VSS1S
57
VDD1S
56
LRCKI
55
BCKI
54
AIN
53
BCKO
52
76
VCO
LRCKO
51
PLL
TMAX
AWRC
PVREF
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT
OUT
50
VDDP
VCOI
Description
Input pin for the RF ripple zero-cross signal.
84
VRO
IO0
16
85
I/O
I
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
Grounding pin for 3.3V analog circuits.
RF ripple signal output pin.
Remark
To be connected to the RFRP via
0.033 uF.
–
–
Focus error signal input pin.
Subbeam addition signal input pin.
Monitor pin for various signals.
Tracking error signal input pin.
Input pin for tracking error signal zero-cross.
Supply voltage pin for 3.3V analog circuit.
Forcus equalizer output pin.
Tracking equalizer output pin.
Analog reference supply voltage pin.
Disc equalizer output pin.
Pin for outputting the subcode block sync signal. It is “H” at
position S1 when the subcode sync signal is detected.
(CD Processor Status Read Clock (176.4 kHz) output)
Pin for outputting the CRCC check result of a subcode Q data
check. It is “H” when the check result is OK.
(Focus OK signal)
(Input/output pin for the clock used in reading the subcode P
to W data.)
(CD Buffer memory overflow output)
Correction flag output pin.
“H” if the AOUT pin outputs an uncorrectable symbol in C2
correction.
(CD Processor Status signal output)
Pin for outputting the playback frame sync signal.
(Emphasis fiag output pin. ENPH on: “H”. EMPH off: “L”. The
output polarity can be switched, using a command.)
(LOCk signal)
(Pin for monitoring signals in the DSP.)
Output pin for zero detection flag for the 1-bit DAC.
(Pin for outputting subcode P to W data)
(Error Correstion Frame Clock 7.35 kHz output)
General-purpose I/O (DSP)
To be connected to the TEI via
0.033 uF.
–
–
–
Connected to the VRO and
PVREF within the IC.
To be connected 0.1 uF.
PWM ternary output (AVDD3,
GND, and VREF).
“H” at S1 when Subcode Sync is
detected.
–
–
7.35kHz (At this pin, flags in the
DSP and PLL-circuit clock can be
monitored, using microcontroller
commands. The pin also outputs
text data serially.)
Valid also for 1-bit DAC external
inputs.
1.5V grounding pin dedicated to the Digital circuit.
1.5V supply voltage pin dedicated to the Digital circuit.
Grounding pin for the system clock oscillation circuit.
Input pin for the system clock oscillation circuit.
General-purpose I/O (input after a
reset).
–
–
–
–
Output pin for the system clock oscillation circuit.
Input to the internal MCK.
–
3.3V supply voltage pin for the system clock oscillation circuit.
–
Grounding pin for the 1-bit DAC.
No capacitor is required at the
Output pin for normal R-channel data for the 1-bit DAC.
DVR pin unless the built-in 1-bit
DAC is used.
3.3V supply voltage pin for the 1-bit DAC.
3.3V must be applied across the
DVDD3 and DVSS3 pins, howReference voltage pin for the 1-bit DAC.
ever.
–
Output pin for normal L-channel data for the 1-bit DAC.
Grounding pin for the 1-bit DAC.
3.3V grounding pin dedicated to the I/F circuit
3.3V supply voltage pin dedicated to the I/F circuit.
–
–
15
CDX-497/CDX-397
IC21
16
: TC94A54 (MAIN P.C.B)
DSP
Pin No.
34
Pin name
VDDM
35
36
VSS1
BUS0
37
BUS1
38
BUS2
39
BUS3
40
BUCK
41
/CCE
42
/RST
43
STBY
44
45
VDDT
FGIN
46
IO0A
(/HSO)
IC21
Pin name
Function
1.5V supply voltage pin dedicated to the DSP/1Mbit SRAM
–
circuit.
1.5V groundind pin dedicated to the DSP/1Mbit SRAM circuit.
–
I/O
3I/F
I/O
Data input/output pin for the microcontroller interface.
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
Clock input pin for the microcontroller interface.
I
3I/F
Chip enable signal input pin for the microcontroller interface.
I
BUS3 to BUS0 are active if this pin is “L”.
3I/F
Reset signal input pin. The internal registers and servo section
I
registers are reset, respectively, when the reset signal is “L”
3I/F
and on the positive-going edge of the reset signal.
STANDBY control pin dedicated to the DSP/1Mbit SRAM
I
circuit.
3I/F
3.3V supply voltage pin dedicated to the Digital I/O circuit.
–
FG signal input pin for CAV.
I
CLV: “L”. CAV: FG input.
3AI/F
Genelal-purpose input/output pins.
I/O
(Pin for outputting the playback speed mode flag.)
3I/F
47
IO1A
(/UHSO)
I/O
3I/F
48
TESTD
49
50
VSSP
VCOI
51
52
VDDP
TESTC
53
PIO0
54
PIO1
55
PIO2
56
PIO3
57
DOUT
58
AOUT
59
BCK
60
LRCK
I
3I/F
–
O
1.5AI/F
–
I
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
I/O
3I/F
O
3I/F
O
3I/F
O
3I/F
O
3I/F
61
AIN
62
BCKI
63
LRCKI
64
65
66
VDD1
VSS1
AWRC
67
68
PVDD3
PDO
69
TMAX
I
3I/F
I
3I/F
I
3I/F
–
–
O
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
: TC94A54 (MAIN P.C.B)
DSP
Remark
–
Pin No.
70
Pin name
LPFN
–
71
LPFO
72
PVREF
73
VCOF
74
VCOREF
75
76
PVSS3
SLCO
77
RFI
78
RFRPI
79
RFEQO
80
RESIN
81
VRO
82
83
VMDIR
TESTR
84
INVSEL
85
AGCI
86
AGCI
87
RFO
88
PNSEL
General-purpose I/O (DSP)
89
EQSET
Digital-out output pin. Digital data for up to double speed can As per CP-1201
be output when a frequency of 16.9344 MHz is used.
–
Audio data output pin. Which bit is first (MSB first or LSB first)
can be selected, using a command.
Bit clock output pin. 32fs, 48fs, and 64fs can be selected, Normal speed: 32fs = 1.4112 MHz
using a command.
LR channel clock output pin. L for the L-channel and “H” for
the R-channel. The output polarity can be inverted, using a Normal speed: 44.1kHz
command.
1-bit DAC external input: AIN
90
91
RVDD3
LDO
92
MDI
93
94
RVSS3
FNI2
95
FNI1
96
FPI2
97
FPI1
98
TPI
99
TNI
100
FTE
To be fixed at “H” or “L” when communication is not in progress, so
that the pin will not become HiZ.
To be fixed at “H” when communication is not in progress, so that
the pin will not become HiZ.
To be connected to 0.1 uF.
–
–
–
Genelal-purpose I/O (input after a
reset).
The playback speed mode flag
output can be switched, using
command bits.
DSP/Test input pin. Usually fixed at “L”.
–
1.5V grounding pin dedicated to the DSP/VCO circuit.
PD output pin dedicated to the DSP/VCO circuit.
–
–
1.5V supply voltage pin dedicated to the DSP/VCO circuit.
CD/Test input pin. Usually fixed at “L”.
–
–
General-purpose I/O (CD/DSP)
I/O
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
Description
Remark
Pin for receiving an inverted output of the PLL-circuit low-pass The resistance side is connected.
filter amp.
See an applicable circuit diagram.
Pin for the PLL-circuit low-pass filter amp output.
The capacitor side is connected.
See an spplicable circuit diagram.
1.65V reference supply voltage pin dedicated to the PLL Connected to the VREF and PVREF
circuit.
within the IC.
A 0.1 uF capacitor is connected.
VCO filter pin.
–
Input pin for the VCO center frequency reference level.
To be connected to the PVREF if
the AWRC is not used.
3.3V grounding pin dedicated to the PLL circit.
–
EFM slice level output pin.
A capacitor to be connected is seFor both analog and digital slice modes, the output impedance lected according to the servo op= 2.5 k-ohms.
eration band.
RF signal input pin.
Zin: 20 k-ohms, 10 k-ohms, 5 kThe input resistance can be selected, using a command.
ohms
RF ripple signal input pin.
–
RF equalizer circuit output pin.
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
Pin for connecting a reference current generating resistance.
–
O
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
Reference voltage poutput pin for the APC circuit.
LPF pin for RFEQO offset correction.
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
–
O
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
–
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
I
3AI/F
O
3AI/F
Test pin, usually fixed at “H”.
1.65V reference voltage output pin.
Test pin, usually fixed at “L”.
Pin for RF signal amplitude adjustment amp input.
–
RF signal peak detsction input pin.
–
RF signal generation amp output pin.
General-purpose I/O (CD/DSP)
General-purpose I/O (DSP)
1-bit DAC external input: BCKI
General-purpose I/O (input after a
reset).
1-bit DAC external input
1-bit DAC external input: LRCKI
1.5V supply voltage pin dedicated to the DSP circuit.
1.5V grounding pin dedicated to the DSP circuit.
VCO control pin for active wide range.
Controllable in CLV/CAV.
–
3.3V supply voltage pin dedicated to the PLL circuit.
Pin for outputting a phase difference signal between the EFM Quaternary output (PVDD3, HiZ,
VSS, and PVREF).
signal and PLCK signal.
Ternary output (PVDD3, VSS, and
Pin for outputting the result of TMAX detection.
Hiz).
The TMAX pin output the same signal.
To be connected to the RFRPI via
0.1 uF and to the RFI via 4700 pF
or higher.
To be connected to 22 k-ohms
and 680 pF in parallel.
Connected to the VREF and
PVREF within the IC
To be connected to 0.1uF anf 100
uF.
To be connected to 0.1uF.
To be connected to 0.015 uF or
higher.
–
External connection pin for the RF signal equalizer.
3.3V supply voltage pin for the Rfamp core section.
Laser diode amp output pin.
Monitor photodiode amp input pin.
3.3V grounding pin for the RF amp core section.
Main beam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode C.
Main beam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode A.
Main beam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode D.
Main beam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode B.
Subbeam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode F.
Subbeam input pin.
Connected to PIN diode E.
Focus /tracking signal output.
(Test pin for servo characteristic measurement.)
Note: “3AI/F : 3V circuit analog input/output pin.”
“3I/F
: 3V circuit digital input/output pin.”
“1.5AI/F : 1.5V circuit analog input/output pin.”
To be connected directly to the
RFDCI.
To ne connected to the AGCI via
0.1 uF.
To be kept open when the RFEQ
is used.
–
Reference to 178 mV (typ.)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Switchable using a command.
CDX-497/CDX-397
IC22
: TA2125 (MAIN P.C.B)
Motor driver
* No replacement part available.
VR
RIN
4ch
Driver
FIN STB IN3
VCC
REG
IN4 STB
RL4
RL3
REG OUT
N.C.
36
35
34
Control
Logic
33
32
31
STBY
30
29
28
FIN
27
26
25
24
23
22
STBY
21
20
19
x3
x3
x3
x3
x3
x3
x3
+
x3
+
lref
TSD
+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
N.C. N.C.
RL5
Symbol
OUT5A
VM
OUT5B
VCIN
IN1
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
IN2
N.C.
N.C.
VCC1
OUT2M
OUT2P
OUT1M
OUT1P
OUT3P
OUT3M
OUT4P
OUT4M
VCC2
N.C.
REG OUT
REG OUT
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
REG STBY
IN4
IN3
STBY
FIN
RIN
VR
9
FIN
10
11
GND
VCIN IN1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
N.C. N.C.
IN2
RL2
RL1
Function
Output terminal
Supply voltage terminal for Logic
Output terminal
Input reference voltage
Input for ch1
Open
Open
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
Input for ch2
Open
Open
Supply voltage terminal for ch 1/ch2
Inverted output for ch2
Non-inverted output for ch2
Inverted output for ch1
Non-inverted output for ch1
Non-inverted output for ch3
Inverted output for ch3
Non-inverted output for ch4
Inverted output for ch4
Supply voltage terminal for ch3/ch4
Open
Connection with BASE of PNP Tr
Output for regulator (5V)
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
8, 9, 10, 27, 28, 29 are connected to PW
Standby control for regulator
Input for ch4
Input for ch3
Standby control for 4ch BTL
Logic control input
Logic control input
Supply voltage terminal for motor driver
GND (FIN)
GND (FIN)
GND (FIN)
GND (FIN)
GND (FIN)
GND (FIN)
CDX-497/CDX-397
No.
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
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
8
H-bridge
H-bridge
H-bridge
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
–
–
–
–
–
4ch BTL
–
–
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
–
Regulator
Regulator
–
–
–
Regulator
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
4ch BTL
H-bridge
H-bridge
H-bridge
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IC71
: CS4392 (MAIN P.C.B)
DAC
* No replacement part available.
M1
(SDA/CDIN)
M3
M2
M0
(CL/CCLK) (AD0/CS)
AMUTEC
MODE SELECT
(CONTROL PORT)
BMUTEC
EXTERNAL
MUTE CONTROL
CMOUT
FILT+
REFERENCE
RST
VOLUME
CONTROL
SCLK
SERIAL
PORT
AOUTA+
INTERPOLATION
FILTER
∆∑
DAC
ANALOG
FILTER
INTERPOLATION
FILTER
∆∑
DAC
ANALOG
FILTER
MIXER
LRCK
SDATA
AOUTBVOLUME
CONTROL
CDX-497/CDX-397
MCLK
RST
1
20
AMUTEC
VL
2
19
AOUTA-
SDATA
3
18
AOUTA+
SCLK
4
17
VA
LRCK
5
16
AGND
MCLK
6
15
AOUTB+
M3
7
14
AOUTB-
(SCL/CCLK) M2
8
13
BMUTEC
(SDA/CDIN) M1
9
12
CMOUT
10
11
FILT+
(AD0/CS) M0
18
AOUTA-
AOUTB-
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IC71
: CS4392 (MAIN P.C.B)
DAC
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Symbol
RST
VL
SDATA
SCLK
LRCK
6
11
12
20
13
14
15
18
19
16
17
MCLK
FILT+
CMOUT
AMUTEC
BMUTEC
AOUTBAOUTB+
AOUTA+
AOUTA
AGND
VA
Function
Reset (Input) - Powers down device and resets all intemal registers to their default settings.
Logic Power (Input) - Positive power for the digital input/output.
Serial Audio Data (Input) - Input for two’s complement serical audio data.
Serial Clock (input/output) - Serial clock for the serial audio interface.
Left Right Clock (Input/output) - Determines which channel, Left or Right, is currently active on the serial audio
data line.
Master Clock (Input) -Clock source for the delta-sigma moudukafor and digital filters.
Positive Voltage Reference (Output) - Positive reference voltage for the intemal sampling circuits.
Common Mode Voltage (Output) - Filter connection for internal quiescent voltage.
Mute Control (output) - The Mute Confrol pin goes high during power-up initialization, reset, muting, power-down
or if the master clock to left/right clock frequency ratio is incorrect.
Differential Analog Output (Outputs) - The full scale differential analog output level is specified in the Analog
Characteristics specification table.
Ground (Input)
Analog Power (Input) - Positive power for the analog section.
Control Port mode Definitions
No.
7
8
9
Symbol
M3
SCL/CCLK
SDA/CDIN
10
AD0/CS
Function
Mode Selection (Input) -This pins should be tied to GND level during control port mode.
Serial Control Port Clock (input) - Serial clock for the serial control port.
Serial Control Data (input/output) - SDA is a data l/O line in l2C mode.CDIN is the input data line for the control
port interface in SPI mode.
Address Bit 0 (I2C) / Control Port Chip Select (SPI) (Input/Output) - AD0 is a chip address pin in I2C mode, CS is
the chip select signal for SPI format.
Stand-Alone Mode Definitions
No.
7
8
9
10
Symbol
M3
M2
M1
M0
Function
Mode Selection (Input) - Determines the operational mode of the device.
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A
B
C
D
E
F
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H
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IC22
IC51
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X201
IC21
CD Mechanism
3
4
COAXIAL
5
IC75
JK75
RS51
OPTICAL
IC41
D401, 403
JK52
IC71
T401
IC74
IC42
JK73
D402, 404
R
6
IC43
IC44
D405, 406
IC72
IC45
Q401
7
AC IN POWER
ON/OFF
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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
FRONT
• See page 25 →
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
MAIN
LINE OUT
IC73
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SW41
DIGITAL OUT
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B
C
D
E
F
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CDX-497 model
FRONT (5)
MAIN (2)
VOLTAGE/SELECTOR
MAIN (1)
1
2
13
+9V 1
AGND
-9V
P_MUTE
PWR_ON
+8V
MGND
VDD
ST+5V
FL+
FLVP
FLT_ON 13
+9V
AGND
-9V
P_MUTE
PWR_ON
+8V
MGND
VDD
ST+5V
FL+
FLVP
FLT_ON (VP_ON)
-9V
6
+9V
-9V
AGND
+9V
PWR_ON
1
CDX-497 model
FRONT (2)
Power Control
FRONT (3)
1
ST+5V
RX_CLK
TX_CLK
DATA_OUT
DATA_IN
RESET
DGND
6
PH71
7
STBY–LED
KEY2
KEY1
DGND
DGND
ST+5V
VFD–DI
VFD–CLK
VFD–CE
VFD–RST
REMO
FLVP
FL+
VDD
1
-9V
+9V
AGND
HP-R
AGND
HP-L
AGND
CD–LIMIT–SW
MGND
SLED+
1
SLED-
5
SPINDLE-
CD–CLOSE–SW
15
SPINDLE+
1
CD–OPEN–SW
16
LOADING+
2
MGND
3
LOADING-
FCSTRKTRK+
FCS+
LD PD
LD VR
LD LD
PDIC GND
PDIC F
PDIC C
PDIC B
PDIC A
PDIC D
PDIC E
PDIC VCC
PDIC VC
Phones
1
2
15
1
14
GND
HP-L
GND
HP-R
GND
V+
VMUTE_L
MUTE_R
9
1
7
PHONES
4
AC IN
5
CD Machanism
FRONT (4)
FL51
RS51
2
15
1
14
NC
KEY2
KEY1
GND
GND
ST+5V
VFD–DI
VFD–CLK
VFD–CE
VFD–RST
REMO
FLVP
FL+
NC
6
FRONT (1)
Display and key's
7
POWER
ON/OFF
21
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
■ PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
FOR INFORMATION ONLY (NO SERVICE PARTS WILL BE AVAILABLE)
MAIN (1) P.C.B.
DIGITAL OUT
(Top view)
CDX-497 model
COAXIAL
MAIN (2) P.C.B.
OPTICAL
LINE OUT
L/R
MAIN (2)
2
(CN43)
MAIN (1)
(CN42)
3
FRONT (2)
(CN41)
4
5
CDX-497 model
6
CDX-497 model
CD Mechanism
7
22
FRONT (3)
FRONT (1)
(BN71)
(BN52)
(Top view)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
MAIN (1) P.C.B.
(Bottom view)
MAIN (2) P.C.B.
(Bottom view)
2
3
4
5
6
CDX-497 model
7
23
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
FRONT (1) P.C.B.
(Top view)
MAIN (1)
(CN52)
2
3
FRONT (2) P.C.B.
FRONT (3) P.C.B.
(Top view)
CDX-497 model
FRONT (4)
(BN42)
R
PHONES
L
MAIN (1)
FRONT (5) (BN43)
4
(CN41)
(R model)
T, K, A, B, G, J models
5
R model
MAIN (1)
POWER ON/OFF
(CN71)
FRONT (5) P.C.B.
(Top view)
R model
FRONT (4) P.C.B.
6
220-240 VOLTS
FRONT (2)
(CN43)
(Top view)
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110-120 VOLTS
FRONT (2)
(CN42)
7
24
(Top view)
J
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
■ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
FOR INFORMATION ONLY (NO SERVICE PARTS WILL BE AVAILABLE)
MAIN
To CD Machanism
MAIN (1)
MAIN (2)
2
To CD Machanism
3
To CD Machanism
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
CDX-497 model
4
COAXIAL
5
L
R
AUDIO OUT
CDX-497 model
6
Page 26
H2
to FRONT (3)_BN71
Page 26
D2
to FRONT (1)_CN52
Page 26
B4
to FRONT (2)_CN41
7
25
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
FRONT
Page 25
B7
to MAIN (1)_CN52
Page 25
H6
to MAIN (1)_CN71
2
FRONT (3)
FRONT (1)
CDX-497 model
3
Page 25
C7
to MAIN (1)_CB41
AC IN
4
T, K, A, B, G, J models
FRONT (4)
POWER
ON/OFF
5
FRONT (5)
PHONES
R model
220-240 VOLTS
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110-120 VOLTS
R model
6
FRONT (2)
7
26
J
CDX-497/CDX-397
MEMO
MEMO
MEMO
MEMO
27
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
CDX-497/CDX-397
1
■ REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
39
25
60
9
53 R model
61
2
24
59
58 CDX-497 model
31 (5)
3
200 CDX-497
201 CDX-397
model
model
55
56
R model
58
57
202
38
57
35 (2)
38-1
31 (2)
53
4
31 (4)
61
72
56
CDX-497 model
54
Note) The replacement battery cover
is not available.
31 (3)
51
5
CDX-497 model
52
3
35 (1)
53
71
31 (1)
6
6
51
7
55
6
52
2
7
4
21
1
28
5
7
CDX-497/CDX-397
WARNING
● Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications
equal to those originally installed.
● s印のある部分は、安全確保部品を示しています。部品の交換が必要な場合、パーツリストに記載されている部品を使用してください。
● 部品価格ランクは、予告なく変更することがあります。
Ref. No. Part No.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
* s
s
* s
s
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
7
9
21
21
21
21
21
21
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
31
31
31
31
35
35
38
38-1
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
51
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
AAX78150
AAX78160
AAX78350
AAX78360
AAX78340
AAX78270
AAX78250
AAX78260
AAX78300
AAX78280
AAX78290
AAX78660
AAX78650
AAX76760
AAX73380
AAX78470
AAX78480
AAX78490
AAX78440
AAX78450
AAX78460
AAX78590
AAX78620
AAX78580
AAX78570
AAX78600
AAX78610
AAX78560
AAX78530
AAX78540
AAX78550
AAX78320
AAX78320
AAX78330
AAX78170
AAX78180
AAX78190
AAX78200
AAX78210
AAX78220
AAX78140
AAX78500
AAX74330
AAX74340
AAX74350
AAX78680
AAX74360
AAX78690
AAX74310
AAX78510
AAX78520
AAX78670
AAX78410
AAX78240
AAX78430
AAX78390
AAX78420
AAX78400
AAX78370
Description
FL WINDOW
FL SHEET
TRAY LID (DOOR ORNAMENT)
TRAY LID (DOOR ORNAMENT)
TRAY LID (DOOR ORNAMENT)
ESCUTCHEON (BUSHING)
ESCUTCHEON (BUSHING)
ESCUTCHEON (BUSHING)
SUB PANEL
SUB PANEL
SUB PANEL
FOOT
FOOT
CUSHION FOOT
CABLE STOPPER
FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
TOP CABINET
TOP CABINET
TOP CABINET
P.C.B. ASS'Y
P.C.B. ASS'Y
P.C.B. ASS'Y
P.C.B. ASS'Y
P.C.B. ASS'Y
P.C.B. ASS'Y
CD MECHANISM
BELT
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
POWER CABLE
BIND HEAD BONDING SCREW
BIND HEAD BONDING SCREW
FLAT HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
BIND HEAD P-TIGHT SCREW
PW HEAD P-TIGHT SCREW
BIND HEAD SCREW
BIND HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
BIND HEAD SCREW
BIND HEAD P-TIGHT SCREW
BIND HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
✻ New Parts * 新規部品
GD
BL
TI
GD
BL
TI
GD
BL
TI
GD
BL, TI
497GD
497BL
497TI
397GD
397BL
397TI
497
497
497
497
497
497
397
397
397
397
GD
BL
TI
497 FRONT
497 FRONT
397 FRONT
397 FRONT
497 MAIN
397 MAIN
2m
2m
2m
2m
2m
2m
2m
GD,TI 3x6 MFZN2W3
BL
3x6 MFZN2B3
3x6
MFZN2Y
3x10
MFZN2Y
3x10
MFZN2Y
4x6
MFZN2Y
3x8
MFZN2Y
3x6
MFZN2Y
3x10
MFZN2B3
3x6
MFZN2B3
Remarks
CGU1A393Z
CMZ1A117Z
CGR1A400M9XH54
CGR1A400ZH53
CGR1A400M7YH55
CGR1A399M9D6
CGR1A399K128
CGR1A399M7G41
CGW1A422M9D6
CGW1A422K128
CGW1A422M7G41
CKL1A192H57
CKL1A192H56
CHG1A329
KHR1A028
CKM2A176ZC55
CKM2A176ZC59
CKM2A176ZC60
CKM1A176ZC55
CKM1A176ZC59
CKM1A176ZC60
CKF3A312T
CKF4A312S
CKF3A312R
CKF3A312Q
CKF3A312U
CKF3A312V
CKF2A312X
CKF1A312W
CKF1A312Y
CKF1A312Z
CKC1A173B11
CKC1A173B11
CKC1A173G40
COP11891B
COP11891D
COP11891F
COP11891E
COP11855B
COP11855C
CJDKSL2130CCMZ
9A07980900
CJA2J049ZA
CJA2L072ZA
CJA2N047ZA
CJA2D073Y
CJA2S048ZA
CJA2E086ZA
CJA2B043ZA
CTBD3+6FFC
CTBD3+6FFZR
CTS3+6JR
CTB3+10GR
CTWS3+10GR
CTB4+6FR
CTB3+8JR
CTB3+6FR
CTB3+10GFZR
CTB3+6JFZR
Markets
J
R
T
K
A
BG
R
T
A
BG
JTKABG
R
R
TABG
J
R
T
K
A
B
G
部 品 名
FLウィンドウ
FLシート
トレイLID
トレイLID
トレイLID
エスカッション
エスカッション
エスカッション
サブパネル
サブパネル
サブパネル
脚
脚
クッション 脚
コードストッパー
フロントパネル
フロントパネル
フロントパネル
フロントパネル
フロントパネル
フロントパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
リアパネル
トップカバー
トップカバー
トップカバー
PCB フロント
PCB フロント
PCB フロント
PCB フロント
PCB メイン
PCB メイン
CDメカニズム
ベルト
電源コード
電源コード
電源コード
電源コード
電源コード
電源コード
電源コード
ボンディング小ネジ
ボンディング小ネジ
皿Bタイトネジ
バインドPタイトネジ
PWヘッドPタイトネジ
バインド小ネジ
バインドBタイトネジ
バインド小ネジ
バインドPタイトネジ
バインドBタイトネジ
Rank
Ref. No. Part No.
Description
Remarks
*
*
*
60
60
61
61
71
72
AAX73500
AAX78380
AAX73930
AAX78230
AAX79920
AAX79910
BIND HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
BIND HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
PW HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
PW HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW
FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE
FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE
GD,TI 3x8
BL
3x8
GD,TI 3x8
BL
3x8
15P 220mm
16P 140mm
*
*
*
200
201
202
AAX78640
AAX78630
AAX78310
ACCESSORY
REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO PIN CABLE
BATTERY
497
397
2P 1.5m 1pc
R03
2pcs
*
MFZN2W3
MFZN2B3
MFZN2W3
MFZN2B3
P=1mm
P=1mm
Markets
部 品 名
Rank
CTB3+8JFC
CTB3+8JFZR
CTW3+8JFC
CTW3+8JFZR
CWC4F4A15A220A
CWC4F2A16A140B
バインドBタイトネジ
バインドBタイトネジ
PWヘッドBタイトネジ
PWヘッドBタイトネジ
カード電線
カード電線
01
CARTCDX497
CARTCDX397
CJS4N001Y
付属品
リモコン
リモコン
ステレオピンケーブル
単4乾電池
01
01
04
✻ New Parts * 新規部品
29
CDX-497/CDX-397
■ REMOTE CONTROL
• PANELS
CDX-497
(R, T, K, A, B, G, J models)
• KEY CODE
CDX-397
(R, T, A, B, G models)
CDX-497 model
30
Key label







Code
OPEN/CLOSE
79-01
1
79-11
2
79-12
3
79-13
4
79-14
5
79-15
6
79-16
7
79-17
8
79-18
9
79-19
0
79-10
INDEX
79-0B
DIMMER
79-1E
RANDOM
79-1B
REPEAT
79-08
REPEAT A-B
79-09
PROGRAM
79-0C
CLEAR
79-0D
SYNCHRO
79-58
TAPE
79-57
PEAK
79-5D
SPACE
79-0F
E SEARCH
SEARCH R
79-05
PLAY
79-02
T SKIP
SKIP Y
79-04
79-06
79-07
STOP
79-56
TIME/INFO
79-0A
PAUSE
79-55
H FOLDER +
79-69
OUTPUT LEVEL +
79-1D
Q FILE -
79-6C
ENTER
79-3F
W FILE +
G FOLDER -
79-6B
OUTPUT LEVEL -
79-1C
79-6A
CDX-497/CDX-397