CD-C471H
SERVICE MANUAL
No. S5830CDC471H/
CD-C471H
CP-C471H, CENTER(GBOXS0006AWM5)
and SURROUND(GBOXS0007AWM5) Speaker System Constitute
CD-C471H.
• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its
original condition and only parts identical to those specified be
used.
Illustration: CD-C471H
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
DOLBY, the double-D symbol
and "PRO LOGIC"
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
CONTENTS
Page
SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR SERVICE MANUAL .......................................................................................................... 2
IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (U.K. ONLY) ................................................................................................................. 2
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
NAMES OF PARTS .......................................................................................................................................................... 4
OPERATION MANUAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................. 7
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS .................................................................................................. 10
ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 18
TYPE OF TRANSISTOR AND LED ................................................................................................................................ 18
BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................................... 19
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM / WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD ............................................................................................ 22
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT ..................................................................................................................................... 43
TROUBLESHOOTING (CD CHANGER CONTROL / CD SECTION) ............................................................................. 44
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC .............................................................................................................................................. 48
FL DISPLAY .................................................................................................................................................................... 58
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST/EXPLODED VIEW
PACKING OF METHOD (FOR U.K. ONLY)
SHARP CORPORATION
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CD-C471H
(FOR GERMANY)
SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR
SERVICE MANUAL
Precaution to be taken when replacing and servicing the
Laser Pickup.
The AEL (Accessible Emission Level) of Laser Power Output
for this model is specified to be lower than Class I Requirements.
However, the following precautions must be observed during
servicing to protect your eyes against exposure to the Laser
beam
LASER KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
(1) When the cabinet has been removed, the power is turned
on without a compact disc, and the Pickup is on a position
outer than the lead-in position, the Laser will light for several
seconds to detect a disc. Do not look into the Pickup Lens.
(2) The Laser Power Output of the Pickup inside the unit and
replacement service parts have already been adjusted prior
to shipping.
(3) No adjustment to the Laser Power should be attempted
when replacing or servicing the Pickup.
(4) Under no circumstances look directly into the Pickup Lens
at any time.
(5) CAUTION - Use of controls or adjustments, or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
(FOR U.K.)
Laser Diode Properties
Material: GaAIAs
Wavelength: 780 nm
Emission Duration: continuous
Laser Output: max. 0.6 mW
VAROITUS! LAITTEEN KÄYTTÄMINEN MUULLA KUIN TÄSSÄ
KÄYTTÖOHJEESSA MAINITULLA TAVALLA SAATTAA
ALTISTAA KÄYTTÄJÄN TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1
YLITTÄVÄLLE NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE.
VARNING - OM APPARATEN ANVÄNDS PÅANNAT SÄTTÄN I
DENNA
BRUKSANVISNING
SPECIFICERAS.
KANANVÄNDAREN
UTSÄTTAS
FÖR
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LASERSTRÅLNING, SOM ÖVERSKRIDER GRÄNSEN FÖR
LASERKLASS 1.
CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. DO NOT STARE INTO
BEAM OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
VARNING-OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD. STIRRA
EJ IN I STRALEN OCH BETRAKTA EJ STRALEN MED OPTISKA INSTRUMENT.
ADVERSEL-USYNLIG LASERSTRALING VED ABNING. SE IKKE IND I
STRALEN-HELLER IKKE MED OPTISKE INSTRUMENTER.
VARO! AVATTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NAKYMATON LASERSATEILYLLE.
ALA TUIJOTA SATEESEEN ALAKA KATSO SITA OPTISEN LAITTEEN LAPI.
VARNING-OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD.
STIRRA EJ IN I STRALEN OCH BETRAKTA EJ STRALEN GENOM OPTISKT
INSTRUMENT.
ADVERSEL-USYNLIG LASERSTRALING NAR DEKSEL APNES. STIRR IKKE
INN I STRALEN ELLER SE DIREKTE MED OPTISKE INSTRUMENTER.
IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.K. ONLY)
Before returning the unit to the customer after completion of a
repair or adjustment it is necessary for the following withstand
voltage test to be applied to ensure the unit is safe for the
customer to use.
Setting of Withstanding Voltage Tester and set.
WITHSTANDING
VOLTAGE TESTER
PROBE
+
AC
OUT
Set name
set value
SHORT-CIRCUIT
AC POWER
SUPPLY CORD
Withstanding Voltage Tester
Test voltage
4,240 VPEAK
3,000 VRMS
Set time
6 secs
Set current(Cutoff current)
4 mA
Unit
Judgment
OK: The “GOOD” lamp lights.
NG: The “NG” lamp lights and the buzzor sounds.
CHASSIS
SCREW
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UNIT
CONNECT
CONNECTTHE
THEPROBE
PROBE
TO
TOGND
GNDTERMINAL
TERMINALOF
CHASSIS
SCREW
OF PHONO
TERMINAL
CD-C471H
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER
TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.
SPECIFICATIONS
CD-C471H
General
Power source:
Power consumption:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Cassette deck section
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
112 W
Width; 270 mm (10-5/8")
Height; 303 mm (11-13/16")
Depth; 350 mm (13-13/16")
6.9 kg (14.8 lbs.)
Type:
Frequency response:
Motor:
Signal/noise ratio:
Bias and erasure
system:
Tape speed:
Wow and flutter:
(CD-C471H)
Wow and flutter:
(UK ONLY)
Heads:
Amplifier section
Output power:
(CD-C471H)
(UK ONLY)
Input terminals:
Output terminals:
Front speakers;
MPO; 176 W (88 W + 88 W) (DIN 45 324)
RMS; 80 W (40 W + 40 W) (DIN 45 324)
72 W (36 W + 36 W) (DIN 45 500)
Center speaker;
MPO; 32 W (DIN 45 324)
RMS; 20 W (DIN 45 324)
14 W (DIN 45 500)
Surround speakers;
MPO; 32 W (DIN 45 324)
RMS; 20 W (DIN 45 324)
14 W (DIN 45 500)
Front speakers;
MPO; 176 W (88 W + 88 W) (10 % T.H.D)
RMS; 80 W (40 W + 40 W) (10 % T.H.D)
72 W (36 W + 36 W) (0.9 % T.H.D)
Center speaker;
MPO; 32 W (10 % T.H.D)
RMS; 20 W (10 % T.H.D)
14 W (0.9 % T.H.D)
Surround speakers;
MPO; 32 W (10 % T.H.D)
RMS; 20 W (10 % T.H.D)
14 W (0.9 % T.H.D)
Video/Auxiliary (audio signal) x 2;
500 mV/47 kohms
Front speakers; 6 ohms
Center speakers; 4 ohms
Surround Speakers; 8 ohms
Headphones; 16-50 ohms
(recommended; 32 ohms)
D/A Converter:
Frequency response:
Dynamic range:
AC
4.76 cm/sec. (1-7/8 ips)
0.2 % (DIN 45 511, playback)
0.15 % (WRMS)
TAPE-1: Playback x 1
TAPE-2: Record/playback x 1
Erase x 1
CP-C471H
Type:
3-way type [130 mm (5-1/8") woofer,
50 mm (2") tweeter and super tweeter]
Maximum input power: 80 W
Impedance:
6 ohms
Dimensions:
Width; 200 mm (7-7/8")
Height; 300 mm (11-13/16")
Depth; 253 mm (10")
Weight:
2.7 kg (5.8 lbs.)/each
CENTER SPEAKER SYSTEM
Type:
Maximum input power:
Impedance:
Dimensions:
Weight:
100 mm (4") full-range speaker
40 W
4 ohms
Width; 262 mm (10-5/16")
Height; 145 mm (5-3/4")
Depth; 201 mm (7-15/16")
1.2 kg (2.6 lbs.)/each
SURROUND SPEAKER SYSTEM
Compact disc player section
Type:
Signal readout:
Compact cassette tape
50 - 14,000 Hz (Normal tape)
DC motor with electronic governor x 1
55 dB (TAPE 1, playback)
50 dB (TAPE 2, recording/playback)
Type:
Maximum input power:
Impedance:
Dimensions:
3-disc multi-play compact disc player
Non-contact, 3-beam semi-conductor
laser pickup
1-bit D/A converter
20 - 20,000 Hz
90 dB (1 kHz)
Weight:
100 mm (4") full-range speaker
20 W
8 ohms
Width; 170 mm (6-3/4")
Height; 122 mm (4-13/16")
Depth; 176 mm (6-15/16")
0.7 kg (1.5 lbs.)/each
Tuner section
Frequency range:
FM; 87.5 - 108 MHz
MW; 522 - 1,620 kHz
LW; 153 - 281 kHz
Specifications for this model are subject to change without
prior notice.
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CD-C471H
NAMES OF PARTS
CD-C471H
1
Front Panel
1. (CD) Disc Tray
2. (CD) Disc Number Selector Buttons
3. (CD) Disc Skip Button
4. (CD) Open/Close Button:
5. (CD) Play Indicator:
6. (CD) Repeat Indicator:
7. (CD) Pause Indicator:
8. (CD) Disc Number Indicators
9. (TUNER) RDS Indicator
10. (TUNER) EON Indicator
11. (TUNER) Traffic Announcement Indicator: TA
12. (TUNER) Traffic Programme Indicator:TP
13. (TUNER) Traffic Information Indicator: TI
14. (TUNER) Programme Type Indicator: PTY
15. Dolby Pro Logic Indicator
16. Sleep Indicator
17. (TUNER) FM Stereo Mode Indicator: ST
18. (TUNER) FM Stereo Indicator:
19. Extra Bass Indicator: X-BASS
20. (CD/TUNER) Memory Indicator
21. (TAPE) Direction Indicators
22. (TAPE2) Reverse Mode indicator:
23. (TAPE2) Record indicator
24. Timer Indicator
25. Spectrum Analyzer/Volume Level/Balance Indicator
2
5 6 7
9 10 11 12
8
1
3 4
2
3
RDS TA
EON PTY
TP
TI
15
17
18
19
20
13
14
16
PRO LOGIC
ST
SLEEP
kHz X-BASS
MHz MEMORY
REC
63 250 1k
4k 16k
21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28
26. On/Stand-by Button
27. Bypass Button
28. Center Mode Buttons: NORMAL/PHANTOM
29. Extra Bass Button: X-BASS
30. Volume Up/Down Buttons:
31. Function Selector Buttons
32. Headphone Socket
33. (TUNER) Programme Type/Traffic Information
Search Button
34. (TUNER) ASPM Button
35. (TUNER) Display Mode Selector Button
36. (TUNER) EON Button
29 30
31
32 33 34 35 36
37 38 39
37. Clock Button
38. Timer/Sleep Button
39. (TAPE2) Record Pause Button:
40. (CD/TAPE) Stop Button:
41. Equalizer Selector/Demo Mode Button
42. (CD) Synchro Record Button
(TAPE) Dubbing Start Button
43. (TUNER) Beat Cancel Button
(TAPE) Dubbing Start Button
44. Tuning and Time Up/Down Buttons:
45. Memory/Set Button
46. (CD) Track Down/Review Button:
(TUNER) Preset Down Button:
47. (TAPE 2) Reverse Play Button:
48. (TAPE 1) Play Button/(TAPE 2) Forward Play Button/
(CD) Play/Repeat Button:
49. (CD) Track Up/Cue Button/
(TUNER) Preset Up Button:
50. (TAPE2) Reverse Mode Button
44 45 46 47
51
51. (TAPE 1) Cassette Compartment
52. (TAPE 2) Cassette Compartment
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40
41 42 43
48 49 50
52
CD-C471H
CD-C471H
Rear Panel
1. CD Digital Output Socket
2. AC Power Input Socket
3. MW/LW Loop Aerial Input Socket
4. FM 75 ohms Aerial Socket
5. Video/Auxiliary (Audio Signal) Input Sockets
6. Sub Woofer Output Socket
7. Front Speaker Terminals
8. Center Speaker Terminals
9. Surround Speaker Terminals
3
1
4
5
6
2
Speaker Section
Front Speaker
7
8 9
CP-C471H
Right speaker
Left speaker
1. Super Tweeter
2. Tweeter
3. Woofer
4. Bass Reflax Duct
5. Speaker Wire
1
2
3
4
Center Speaker
GBOXS0006AWM5
6. Full-Range Speaker
7. Speaker Wire
Surround Speaker
5
GBOXS0007AWM5
8. Full-Range Speaker
9. Speaker Wire
6
8
7
9
CD-C471H
Remote Control
1. Remote Control Transmitter LED
1
2. Surround Level Buttons:
3. Center Level Buttons:
4. Dolby Pro Logic Button
5. Center Mode Button
6. Test Tone Button
7. Balance Control Buttons:
Tuner control section
8. Programme Type/Traffic Information
Search Button
9. Preset Up/Down Buttons:
CD Control section
10. Disc Skip Button
11. Play/Repeat Button:
12. Memory Button
13. Clear Button
14. Pause Button:
15. Track Down/Review Button:
16. Track Up/Cue Button:
17. Stop Button:
18. Random Button
2
Tape control section
19. (TAPE 2) Reverse Play Button:
20. (TAPE 1/2) Stop Button:
21. (TAPE 1) Play Button/
(TAPE 2) Forward Play Button:
22. (TAPE 2) Record Pause Button:
23. (TAPE 2) Rewind Button:
24. (TAPE 2) Fast Forward Button:
Common section
25. Equalizer Mode Button
26. Function Selector Buttons
27. On/Stand-by Button
28. Extra Bass Button: X-BASS
29. Volume Up/Down Buttons:
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3
4
5
6
7
12
8
9
10
11
13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22
25
26
27
28
23
24
29
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Press the TUNING/TIME (
minutes.
or
Press the MEMORY/SET button.
) button to adjust the
Press the MEMORY/SET button.
Note:
● In the event of a power failure or when the AC power lead
is disconnected, the clock display will go out.
When the AC power supply is restored, the clock display will
flash on and off to indicate the time when the power failure
occurred or when the AC power lead was disconnected.
If this happens, follow the procedure below to change the
clock time.
● The clock starts operating from "0" seconds. (Seconds are not
displayed.)
9
● Press the button for at least 0.5 seconds to change the time
in 5-minute intervals.
● The hour setting will not advance even if minutes advance
from "59" to "00".
7
8
When the unit is on:
① Press the CLOCK button.
② Within 5 seconds, press the MEMORY/SET button.
③ Perform steps 6 - 9 above.
Caution:
● The operation explained above will erase all data stored in
memory including clock and timer settings, and tuner and CD
presets.
① Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode.
② Whilst pressing down the VOLUME
button and the TUNING/TIME
button, hold down the ON/STAND-BY button for
at least 1 second.
③ Perform steps 6 - 9 above.
To change the time display mode:
Press the CLOCK button.
● The time display will appear for about 5 seconds.
AM 0:00
) button to adjust the hour.
To see the time display:
AM 12:00
or
Press the MEMORY/SET button.
Press the TUNING/TIME (
● Press the TUNING/TIME (
or ) button once to advance
the time by 1 hour. Press for more than 0.5 seconds to advance continuously.
● When the 12-hour display is selected, "AM" will change automatically to "PM".
5
6
● Note that this can only be set when the unit is first installed
or it has been reset (see page 30).
Press the TUNING/TIME ( or ) button to select the time
display mode.
"0:00"
→ The 24-hour display will appear.
(0:00 - 23:59)
"AM 12:00" → The 12-hour display will appear.
(AM or PM 12:00 - 11:59)
"AM 0:00" → The 12-hour display will appear.
(AM or PM 0:00 - 11:59)
Within 5 seconds, press the MEMORY/SET button.
Press the CLOCK button.
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode.
When the unit is in the stand-by mode:
● When the unit is in the demonstration mode, press
the DEMO button to enter the clock mode.
① Press the MEMORY/SET button.
② Perform steps 6 - 9 above.
0:00
MEMORY/
SET
1
2
3
4
To change the clock time:
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
TUNING/
TIME
( / )
CLOCK
ON/
STAND-BY
In this example, the clock is set for the
24-hour (0:00) system.
SETTING THE CLOCK
15
15
2
1
2
RESETTING THE MICROCOMPUTER
0.2 m - 6 m
(8" - 20')
PREPARATION FOR USE
1
2
While pressing down the VOLUME
button and the TUNING/TIME
button, hold down the ON/STAND-BY button for
at least 1 second.
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode.
Note:
● To erase the tuner preset memory, see "To erase all of the
contents of preset memory" on page 18.
● To erase all of the stored memory contents (clock and timer
settings, and tuner and CD presets).
● If the display is not correct.
● If the operation is not correct.
Reset the microcomputer under the following conditions:
Notes concerning use:
● Replace the batteries if the operating distance becomes reduced or if operation becomes erratic.
● Periodically clean the transmitter LED on the remote control
and the sensor on the main unit with a soft cloth.
● Exposing the sensor on the main unit to strong light may
interfere with operation. Change the lighting or the direction
of the unit.
● Keep the remote control away from moisture, excessive heat,
shock, and vibrations.
CD-C471H
OPERATION MANUAL
CD-C471H
DISASSEMBLY
Caution on Disassembly
Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling
the unit and reassembling it, to keep it safe and ensure
excellent performance:
1. Take cassette tape and compact disc out of the unit.
2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall
outlet before starting to disassemble the unit.
3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need to
be removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing
the unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were
before disassembling.
4. Take suffcient care on static electricity of integrated
circuits and other circuits when servicing.
CD-C471H
( A1 ) x2
ø3 x12mm
PROCEDURE
FIGURE
1
Top Cabinet
REMOVAL
1. Screw ..................... (A1) x4
7-1
2
Side Panel
(Left/right)
1. Screw ..................... (B1) x6
7-1
3
CD Player Unit/
CD Tray Cover
1. Turn on the power supply,
open the disc tray, take out
the CD cover, and close.
(Note 1)
2. Hook ...................... (C1) x3
3. Hook ...................... (C2) x2
4. Screw .................... (C3) x1
5. Socket ................... (C4) x3
7-2
( A1 ) x2
ø3 x12mm
( B1 ) x2
ø3 x8mm
CD-C471H
STEP
Top Cabinet
Side Panel
(Left)
Side Panel
(Right)
( B1 ) x2
ø3 x8mm
( B1 ) x2
ø3 x8mm
Back Board
Figure 7-1
(C2) x1
( C4 ) x3
4
Back Board
1. Screw .................... (D1) x12
2. Socket ................... (D2) x1
8-1
5
Tuner PWB
1. Screw .................... (E1) x1
2. Socet ..................... (E2) x1
8-1
6
Main PWB
1. Screw .................... (F1) x1
2. Socket ................... (F2) x2
3. Flat Wire ................ (F3) x2
4. Tip Wire ................. (F4) x1
5. Socket ................... (F5) x1
8-2
Pull
CD Tray Cover
Hook
( C1) x3
1
A
1
CD Player Unit
2
( C2 ) x1
Back Board
7
Front Panel
1. Screw .................... (G1) x2
2. Hook ...................... (G2) x2
8-2
8
Display PWB/
Switch PWB
1. Screw .................... (H1) x12
8-3
9
Tape Mechanism 1. Open the cassette holder.
2. Screw .................... (J1) x5
8-3
10
Power Amp. PWB 1. Screw .................... (K1) x4
2. Socket ................... (K2) x2
3. Push Rivet ............ (K3) x4
8-4
11
CD Servo PWB
1. Screw .................... (L1) x1
2. Cover .................... (L2) x4
8-5
12
Turntable
1. Screw .................... (M1) x1
2. Cover .................... (M2) x1
8-6
13
CD Player Base
1. Screw .................... (N1) x2
2. Guide .................... (N2) x2
8-6
14
CD Changer
Mechanism
1. Screw .................... (P1) x4
8-7
15
CD Mechanism
1. Screw .................... (Q1) x1
8-7
Front Panel
( C3 ) x1
ø3 x8mm
Main PWB
Figure 7-2
<A>
LOCK
LEVER
Note 1:
How to open the changer manually. (Fig.7-3)
1. Insert the tip of fine screwdriver into the hole of CD player
base, and press down the worm wheel < A > .
2. Then, turn fully the lock lever in the arrow direction through
the hole on the loading chassis bottom in this state.
After that, push forward the CD player base.
Figure 7-3
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CD-C471H
Front Panel
( D1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
( L1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
Tuner
PWB
( D2 ) x1
CD Servo PWB
Main PWB
( L2 ) x2
Back Board
( E1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
( E2 ) x1
( L2 ) x2
( D1 ) x2
ø3 x10mm
( D1 ) x9
ø3 x8mm
Loading chassis
Figure 8-5
Figure 8-1
Front Panel
( F3 ) x1
( M1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
( F4 ) x1
( M2 ) x1
( F2 ) x2
Washer
( G2 ) x1
( F3 ) x1
Power Amp.
PWB
Turntable
Push
Tape
Mechanism
Push
( G2 ) x1
( F1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
Main PWB
CD Player Base
( N1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
( G1 ) x2
ø3 x8mm
(F5) x1
( N2 ) x1
Figure 8-2
( N1 ) x1
ø3 x10mm
Switch PWB
Loading chassis
Front Panel
( H1 ) x3
ø3 x10mm
Figure 8-6
Display
PWB
( H1 ) x9
ø3 x10mm
( N2 ) x1
Open
( P1 ) x4
ø3 x12mm
( J1 ) x5
ø3 x10mm
Tape
Mechanism
( Q1 ) x1
ø2.6 x10mm
Cassette
Holder
(Left/Right)
Shift Lever
Figure 8-3
Power
Transformer
CD Changer
Mechanism
( K1 ) x4
ø3 x12mm
( K2 ) x1
( K2 ) x1
CD Player Base
CD Mechanism
Be careful when installing the CD changer mechanism.
Install the CD changer mechanism on the CD player base after
the shift lever has been set in the highest position.
( K3 ) x4
Power Amp.
PWB
Figure 8-7
Figure 8-4
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CD-C471H
CP-C471H
STEP
1
CP-C471H
REMOVAL
PROCEDURE
Front Speaker
1. Net ..........................
2. Fromt Panel ...........
3. Screw .....................
4. Screw .....................
5. Screw .....................
FIGURE
(A1) x1
(A2) x1
(A3) x2
(A4) x4
(A5) x2
9-1
Tweeter
9-2
Front Panel
( A2 ) x1
Net
( A1 ) x1
Note:
The center and SURROUND speakers can be easily disassembled. Therefore the disassembling method is not discribed.
For details refer to the disassembling drawing in the Parts
Guide.
Woofer
Screwdriver
Figure 9-1
Super
Tweeter
( A5 ) x2
ø3 x10mm
Tweeter
( A3 ) x2
ø3 x10mm
( A4 ) x4
ø4 x14mm
Woofer
Figure 9-2
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CD-C471H
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS
CD MECHANISM SECTION
Perform steps 1, 2, 3, 14 and 15 of the disassembly method
to remove the CD mechanism.
Turntable Up/Down Motor
How to remove the turntable up/down motor
(See Fig. 10-1)
1. Remove the screws (A1) x 2 pcs., to remove the turntable
up/down motor.
( A1 ) x2
ø2 x5mm
Figure 10-1
How to remove the pickup (See Fig. 10-2)
( B1 ) x2
ø 2.6 x6mm
1. Remove the screws (B1) x 2 pcs., to remove the shaft (B2)
x 1 pcs.
2. Remove the stop washer (B3) x 1 pc., to remove the gear
(B4)x 1 pcs.
3. Remove the pickup.
Stop Washer
( B3 ) x1
Pickup
Shaft
( B2 ) x1
CD Mechanism
Gear
( B4 ) x1
Figure 10-2
– 10 –
CD-C471H
ADJUSTMENT
MECHANISM SECTION
TUNER SECTION
• Driving Force Check
fL: Low-range frequency
Torque Meter
fH: High-renge frequency
• AM IF/RF
Signal generator: 400 Hz, 30%, AM modulated
Specified Value
Play: TW-2412
Tape 1: Over 80 g
Tape 2: Over 80 g
• Torque Check
Torque Meter
Frequency
Display
IF
450 kHz
1,620 kHz
MW Band
Coverage
—
522 kHz
(fL): T306 *2
1.1 ± 0.1 V
MW
Tracking
LW Band
Coverage
990 kHz
990 kHz
(fL): T302
—
153 kHz
(fL): T305 *2
1.5 ± 0.1 V
LW
Tracking
225 kHz
225 kHz
(fL): T301
Specified Value
Tape 1
Play: TW-2111
Tape 2
30 to 60 g. cm
30 to 100 g.cm
Fast forward: TW-2231
—
50 to 100 g.cm
Rewind: TW-2231
—
50 to 100 g.cm
• Tape Speed
Normal
speed
Test Stage Frequency
Test Tape
Adjusting
Point
MTT-111
VRM1
Specified
Value
3,000 ±
30 Hz
Instrument
Connection
Speaker
terminal
Setting/ Instrument
Adjusting Connection
Parts
T351
*1
*1
*1
*1. Input: Antenna, Output: TP302
*2. Input: Antenna, Output: TP301
• FM
Notes:
1: Description of the "FM IF Adjustment" is not carried on this
Manual. It is because the IF coil in the FM front end section
has been best adjusted in the factory so that its further
adjustment is not needed at the field. When replacing the
FM front end assembly, no adjustment is needed either.
2: The parts in the FM front end section are prepared in a
complete unit, so you can't obtain each part individually
TAPE
SPEED
VRM1
• FM Mute Level
Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated
Frequency
98.00 MHz
(25 dBµV)
TAPE MECHANISM PWB
AM IF
FM MUTE
LEVEL
Frequency
Display
98.00 MHz
Adjusting
Parts
Instrument
Connection
VR351
Input: Antenna
Output: Speaker
Terminal
TUNER PWB
TP301
SO301
ANTENNA
TERMINAL
FE301
VR351
T306
T351
TP302
T305
R357
MW BAND
COVERAGE
T302
LW BAND
MW
COVERAGE TRACKING
Figure 11 ADJUSTMENT POINTS
– 11 –
T301
LW
TRACKING
CNP301
CD-C471H
TEST MODE
• Setting the test mode
Any one of test mode can be set by pressing several keys as follows.
<REC. PAUSE> + <CD> + <POWER>
TEST: CD operation test
• TEST mode
Function — CD test mode
Setting of TEST mode
Indication of CD TST mode (Fig.12-1)
IL is not performed.
OPEN/CLOSE operation is manual operation.
The pickup can be moved by using the (
<MEMORY>
LASER ON
<MEMORY>
Tracking on the spot.
SERVO OFF PLAY
<PLAY> key input
) or (
) key.
<MEMORY>
Tracking on the spot.
SERVO ON PLAY
<STOP>
STOP
TOC. IL is performed, and the ordinary PLAY is performed.
If the following key is pressed during PLAY, it is possible
to specify directly any Track No.
<Disc Number 1> key: Track 4
<Disc Number 2> key: Track 9
<Disc Number 3> key: Track 15
Note:
Only in STOP state it is possible to slide the pickup with the (
VOL. --- Last memory
BAL. --- CENTER
R.GEQ. --- FLAT
X-BAS --- OFF
) or (
Press <STOP> key.
Stop
) key.
Canceling method - POWER OFF
Figure 12-1
CD SECTION
Since this CD system incorporates the following automatic adjustment function, when the pickup is replaced, it is not necessary
to readjust it.
Since this CD unit does not need adjustment, the combination of PWB and laser pickup unit is not restricted.
• Automatic adjustment item
1. Focus offset (Fig.12-2)
2. Tracking offset (Fig.12-3)
3. E/F balance (tracking error balance) (Fig.12-4)
4. RF level AGC function (HF level: constant)
5. RF level automatic follow-up of the tracking gain
This automatic adjustment is performed each time a disc is changed. Therefore,
each disc is played back using the optimal settings.
Enlarged
View
10ms
0.50 V
IC1 20 FE
0.1s
0.50 V
IC1 20 FE
FOCUS
OFF-SET
ADJUST
10ms
0.50 V
IC1 7 TE
0.1s
0.50 V
IC1 7 TE
TRACKING
OFF-SET
1 ADJUST
TRACKING
OFF-SET
1 ADJUST
2
2
Figure 12-3
Figure 12-2
TRACKING/
ERROR
BARANCE
1 ADJUST
200 ms
1V/diV
IC 1 15
TO
200 ms
1V/diV
IC 1 7
TE
2
Figure 12-4
– 12 –
CD-C471H
EXPLANATION OF DOLBY SURROUND PRO LOGIC AND EVALUATION METHOD
Outline
• Namely, two speakers are connected in parallel to one
amplifier.
• In the Pro Logic BYPASS mode the amplifier for C-ch (center
channel) and the amplifier for S-ch (surround channel) are in
MUTE state. The SP output is cut.
• In the normal mode of Pro Logic ON mode the amplifiers for
C-ch and S-ch are in operative state, so that the SP output
appears.
• In the Phantom mode of Pro Logic ON mode the amplifier for
C-ch is in MUTE state, so that the SP output is cut. The
amplifier for S-ch (surround) is in operative state, so that the
SP output appears
• State of element output and terminal output in specific mode
State of set
Output point
IC501 12 pin L-out
11 pin R-out
IC501
9 pin C-out
IC501 10 pin S-out
SP OUT
L-ch
(SO901)
R-ch
SP OUT C-ch
(SO901)
SP OUT S-ch
(SO901)
Dolby Pro Logic
Bypass mode
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
No output
No output
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
No output in MUTE (Q604) state
Dolby Pro Logic On mode
Normal mode
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Phantom mode
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
No output
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
No output in MUTE (Q604) state
No output in MUTE (Q603) state
Output enabled state
Output enabled state
Test tone output
• Pro Logic ON Normal mode
Press the remote control TEST TONE button.
→Output of only L-ch →Output of only C-ch
↑
↓
Output of only S-ch ← Output of only R-ch
The test tone (noise) is repeatedly output for output period
(2 sec).
In this case the following indication appears repeatedly.
→TEST →L-ch →C-ch
↑
↓
S-ch ← R-ch
• Pro Logic ON Phantom mode
Press the remote control TEST TONE button.
→Output of only L-ch →Output of only R-ch
↑
↓
← Output of only S-ch
The test tone (noise) is repeatedly output for output period
(2 sec).
In this case the following indication appears repeatedly.
→TEST → L-ch → R-ch
↑
↓
← S-ch←
Relation between VIDEO IN input and output in Pro Logic
ON state
(1) L-ch/R-ch same phase input into VIDEO IN input jack in
VIDEO Function mode
Output point
SP out
(SO901)
L-ch
R-ch
Normal mode
Almost no output (only omitting component)
Almost no output (only omitting component)
Output point
SP out
(SO901)
L-ch
R-ch
Phantom mode
Input signal is output.
Input signal is output.
(SO901) SP out C-ch
SP cut, no output
(SO901) SP out S-ch
Almost no output (only omitting component)
(2) L-ch/R-ch reverse phase input into VIDEO IN input jack in
VIDEO Function mode
(Reverse phase: Phase difference between L and R is 180°)
Output point
SP out
(SO901)
L-ch
R-ch
Normal mode
Almost no output (only omitting component)
Almost no output (only omitting component)
(SO901) SP out C-ch Almost no output (only omitting component)
(SO901) SP out S-ch
Output point
SP out
(SO901)
L-ch
R-ch
Input signal is output.
Phantom mode
Almost no output (only omitting component)
Almost no output (only omitting component)
(SO901) SP out C-ch
SP cut, no output
(SO901) SP out S-ch
Input signal is output.
• Accordingly, if you want to output signal waveform to C-ch SP
out, give the same phase input into L-ch/R-ch INPUT in the
Pro Logic Normal mode.
If one of channels receives input, C-ch does not output. Only
L-ch or R-ch outputs.
• If you want to output signal waveform to S-ch SP out, you can
use either Normal mode or Phantom mode. However, 180°
reverse phase input must be given to L-ch/R-ch INPUT.
(SO901) SP out C-ch Input signal is output.
(SO901) SP out S-ch Almost no output (only omitting component)
– 13 –
CD-C471H
RDS (Radio Data System) OPERATION
DISPLAY MODE
Receiving FM Stations with RDS (Radio Data
System)
Descriptions of the PTY (Programme Type) codes, TP (Traffic
Programme) and TA (Traffic Announcement)
Eith the CD-C471H, you can search for and receive the
forrowing PTY, TP and TA signals.
RDS is a broadcasting service which a growing number of FM
stations are now providing. It allows these FM stqtions to send
additional signals along with their regular programme signals.
For example, the stations send their station names, and
information about what type of programme they broadcast,
such as sports or music, etc.
When tuned to an FM station which provide the RDS service,
the RDS will appear, the station frequency (and then the
station name if sent) is displayed.
The TP (Traffic Programme) will appear on the display when
the received broadcast carries traffic annoucements, and the
TA (Traffic Annoucement) will appear whilst a traffic
announcement is being received. EON will appear whilst the
EON (Enhanced Other Networks information) data is being
broadcast.
NEWS:
AFFAIRS:
INFO:
EDUCATE:
DRAMA:
CULTURE:
SCIENCE:
VARIED:
Note:
When the TP and TA appear at the same time, an announcement is being made.
When only the TA appears, an announcement is not being
made. (See page 17.)
Information Provided by RDS
With the CD-C471H, you can display two types of RDS
service. To show them in the display, press the DISPLAY
MODE button.
Each time you press the DISPLAY MODE button, the display
will change to show the following information.
PS (Programme Service):
PTY (Progamme Type):
Station Frequency:
POP M:
ROCK M:
M.O.R. M:
LIGHT M:
CLASSICS:
OTHER M:
ALARM:
NONE:
TP:
TA:
News
Topical programme expanding on the
current news or affairs
Programmes on medical service, weather
forecast, etc.
Educational programmes
Radio plays
Programmes on national or regional culture.
Programmes on national sciences and
technology.
Other programmes like comedies or
ceremonies
Pop music
Rock music
Middle-of-the-road music (usually called
"easy listening")
Light music
Classics
Other music
Emergency broadcasts
no Programme type (receive only)
Broadcasts
which
carry
traffic
announcements
Traffic announcements are being broadcast
at present.
Note:
When the unit is in the EON stand-by mode and a programme is selected, the unit will display "TI" instead of "TP" or
"TA".
Station names commonly
known will be diaplayed.
"NO PS" appears if no signal
is being sent.
Programme type will be
diplayed.
"NO PTY" appears if no
signal is being sent.
Station frequencies.
– 14 –
– 15 –
Yes
Yes
Compare the field strength of current
receiving signal. Is receiving signal
stronger than signal which has same PI
cord and is already memorized to
preset memory ahead of this receiving
time?
Yes
Comparing PI cord same or not?
between current receiving PI and
before PI which is already memorized
by ASPM on this time.
Yes
RDS signal or not? PI—identify
If count 2nd OK?
If count 1st OK?
Yes
SD (TUNE) DET out OK?
Begin to scan start 87.50 → 108.00 MHz
No
Preset CH memory full over?
“ASPM” blinks in the display.
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Hold down the ASPM button for 3 more second.
ASPM, summary operation
Comparing freg. same or not?
Between current receiving frequency
and (already) previously memorized
frequency.
Yes
Comparing freg. same or not?
between current receiving frequency
and (already) previously memorized
frequency.
Yes
No
No
No operate. After displayed “END”. Return to
previous station.
Effect
No effect
Memorized to the lowest
vacant preset channel.
No effect
No effect
Memorized to the lowest
vacant preset channel.
Pass
No effect
Pass
No effect
Pass
No effect
Pass
No effect
Repeat and continue with same format
ASPM operation untill 108 MHz.
After reached 108 MHz, displayed the
TTL quantity of memorized stations.
And return to the previous receiving
freq. automatically.
Begin to ASPM SCAN from the next
CH-SPAN again.
No
Preset CH memory become full over?
Yes
Displayed the TTL quantity of memorized stations by ASPM operation on
this time. And return to the previous
receiving freq. automatically.
CD-C471H
CD-C471H
• ASPM SCAN: 87.50MHz → 108.00 MHz.
• Only RDS signal is memorized by ASPM because RDS signal has PI code and is suitable and convenient for ASPM operation.
ASPM
Comparing field strength, only one strongest RDS station is memorized of all stations (repeater relay stations) that have same
PI code.
f3
P 1 (PI cord)
PS 1 (Station Name)
f5
P2
PS 2
f4
---
f1
f2
---
Each PI has AF’S list by individually.
Exa: P1 has f1, f2, f3 (same PTY).
Same PI code — freq: different
P2 has f4, f5 (same PTY).
(AF’S)
PS: same
PTY: same
[For example]
Pickup and memorized to preset CH.
f8
f9
f 10
f 11 f 12 f13
f6
f7
P3
PS 3
P4
PS 4
Select signals (f1, f5, f7, f10) are memorized in the preset memory by ASPM.
• If tentative - ASPM operation is repeated intententionally, never memorized (over write) at the same frequecy.
1st time ASPM → strongest stations of each pi are memorized.
ASPM is not only very usefull for PTY search, but also EON operation.
2nd time ASPM → 2nd strong stations of each pi are memorized and so on.
PTY search function is equal to FM band search function as a result.
1. Introduction of RDS for CD-C471H
CD-C471H RDS function is equal to adding EON feature to the current CD-C75H RDS.
EON feature is EON—PTY and EON—TI.
Although PTY and TI indicators are separated, PTY contains TI in the PTY items (software) like current PTY search items.
NEWS,
AFFAIRS,
INFO,
ALARM,
TI
(TTL 17 kinds)
↑
↑
EON—PTY
EON—TI
Can select and stand-by
Can select and stand-by
EON—PTY and EON—TI are basically stand-by → receive the desired program of ON station.
2.The difference point from current CD-C75H RDS. (CD-C75H — CD-C471H)
1. PTY item: added TA.TTL 18 kind.
2. Each “TP”, “TA” ind. light up or go out individually.
“TA” ind. doesn’t light up on current model, CD-C75H due to none EON—TI.
3. Added 3 indicators(in FL) due to adding EON feature.
EON: Lights up only during receiving EON data (14A).
TI:
During EON-TI stand-by → Light up
During receiving ON station. → blink.
PTY: During EON-PTY stanb-by → Light up
During receiving ON station. → blink.
4. No adjust type (None adjusting circuit.)
5. Added EON button.
6. Need to change RDS logo due to add EON feature.
7. Added EON—TI, EON—PTY function.
3. Summary of CD-C471H RDS—EON operation
EON—PTY:
Select and set the desired “PTY” → stand-by → switch to ON(other network) Station at the
start of desired PTY automatically → stay and listen to PTY of ON station → switch back to TN(This net) station
automatically at the end of PTY(ON) i.e. after changing to another PTY(except AFFAIRS) or cancelling to receive PTY of ON
station midway.
EON—TI:
Select and set the “TI” → stand-by → switch to ON station at the start of traffic announcement automati
cally → stay and listen to TA of ON station → switch back to TN station autmatically at the end of TA(ON).
ie after TA(ON) is over or cancelled to receive TA of ON station midway.
When switching TN → ON station.
In case of exist 2 more stations having the desired(specified) “PTY” or “TI”, the receiver will select and switch toON station
comparing field strength at the same time. But when the frequency of ON station exists in the preset-memory, then reciver
switches straight to that ON station(CH), without comparing field strength so can make a quick switching from TN—ON sta
tion. Preset memory takes priority of switching TN—ON station.
therefore ASPM is usefull not only for PTY search but also for rapid EON switching. Anyway CD-C471H EON is
basically stand-by and receiving method, along with the Guidelines for EON implementation.
– 16 –
CD-C471H
EON summary notice for reference
1. EON-TI/PTY
EON stand-by can be set, only when EON ind. lights up.
While EON ind. goes out (NO EON STATION), EON stand-by can't be set.
If the EON button is pressed, then “NO EON” is indication the display.
2. EON-TI/PTY
Even if switch back ON→TN station continue to keep EON stand-by.
3. EON-TI
Don’t switch TN→ON during TN broadcast TA. (same item)
4. EON-TI/PTY
EON can be cancelled during receiving ON station by pressing EON button if necessary and
switch back ON→TN.
5. EON-TI/PTY
EON stand-by is perfectly cancelled (cleared) by pressing EON button 2 times during stand-by or
powerOFF or Tun Up/
Down or change band or recall pre-set CH.
6. EON-TI/PTY
After setting EON stand-by, stand-by items can be confirmed by pressing EON button one time.
7. EON-TI/PTY
EON button function: •EON setting
•Confirm stand-by items
•Cancel (ON→TN)
•EON clear cancel (2 times)
8. EON-TI/PTY
After setting EON-TI and EON-PTY stand-by, if when EON data is not transmitted, EON ind goes out
and EON stand-by is automatically cancelled display “NO EON”.
9. EON-TI
EON-TI stand-by can't be set. When TP=0,TA=0(TN) even if EON ind. lights up and the EON button is
pressed then “NO TI” is indication the display.
10. EON-PTY
Don’t switch TN→ON during TN broadcast same specified PTY. (same item of PTY)
11. EON-TI/PTY
Switch TN→ON→ TN station one cycle.
Never switch TN→ON1→ON2→ Other net to other net station.
12. EON-TI/PTY
After switch TN→ON station. When ON station is NO RDS, NO signal, TA=OFF or different PTY items.
The receiver switch back ON→TN displaying “NO READY”.
13.
During receive ON station. when ON station become to be NO RDS, NO signal, TA=ON to OFF or
different PTY item, The receiver switch back ON→TN.
14. EON-TI/PTY
Switch TN→ON in case of 2 more stations exist, comparing field strength and switch to the strongest
station, if these signals are same strength, switch to the first previous station.
If same frequency as AF'Sexists in the preset memory, then switch TN→ON (preset memory station)
straight.
In case of exist 2 more preset memories of AF’S,then switch to the preset CH which taken in EON DATA
first, also in this case no concern to field strength.
15.
Even if switch TN→ON preset memory straight, that ON station is very weak signal, then search another
AF'S (ON) station comparing field strength and switch to the strongest station as a result. Of all atations
of AF'S are very weak or no good condition, then, switch back ON→TN automatically display "NO
READY".
16. EON-TI/PTY
No linkage volume, power ON/OFF, and switch function.
Traffic Programme code Traffic Announcement code
(TP)
(TA)
Applications
OFF
OFF
This programme does notcarry traffic announcements nor does
it refer, via EON, to a programme that does.
OFF
ON
This programmecarries EON information about another
programme which gives traffic information.
ON
OFF
This programme carries traffic announcements but none are
being broadcast at present and may also carry EON information
about other traffic announcements.
ON
ON
A traffic announcement is being broadcast on this programme at
present.
– 17 –
CD-C471H
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
• Resistor:
To differentiate the units of resistors, such symbol as K and
M are used: the symbol K means 1000 ohm and the symbol
M means 1000 kohm and the resistor without any symbol is
ohm-type resistor. Besides, the one with “Fusible” is a fuse
type.
• Capacitor:
To indicate the unit of capacitor, a symbol P is used: this
symbol P means micro-micro-farad and the unit of the
capacitor without such a symbol is microfarad. As to
electrolytic capacitor, the expression “capacitance/withstand
voltage” is used.
(CH), (TH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation
(ML): Mylar type
(P.P.): Polypropylene type
• Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W.Board for this
model are subject to change for improvement without prior
notice.
REF. NO
DESCRIPTION
• The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured
by Digital Multimeter between such a section and the chassis with no signal given.
1. In the tuner section,
( ) indicates AM
< > indicates FM stereo
2. In the main section, a tape is being played back.
3. In the deck section, a tape is being played back.
( ) indicates the record state.
4. In the power section, a tape is being played back.
5. In the CD section, the CD is stopped.
• Parts marked with “
”(
) are important for
maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and
performance of the set.
POSITION
REF. NO
DESCRIPTION
POSITION
SW1
OPEN/CLOSE
ON—OFF
SW723
REC PAUSE
ON—OFF
SW2
MECHA UP
ON—OFF
SW724
TUNING UP/TIME
ON—OFF
SW3
DISC NUMBER
ON—OFF
SW725
VOLUME UP
ON—OFF
SW4
PICKUP IN
ON—OFF
SW726
X-BASS
ON—OFF
SW701
ON/STAND-BY
ON—OFF
SW728
STOP
ON—OFF
FWD
ON—OFF
SW702
CLOCK
ON—OFF
SW729
SW703
TIMER/SLEEP
ON—OFF
SW730
FF/PRESET UP
ON—OFF
SW704
DISC 1
ON—OFF
SW731
MEMORY SET
ON—OFF
SW705
DISC 2
ON—OFF
SW732
TUNING DOWN/TIME
ON—OFF
SW706
DISC 3
ON—OFF
SW733
VOLUME DOWN
ON—OFF
SW707
DISC SKIP
ON—OFF
SW734
EQUALIZER/DEMO
ON—OFF
REVERSE MODE
ON—OFF
SW708
OPEN/CLOSE
ON—OFF
SW736
SW709
CD
ON—OFF
SW737
REV
ON—OFF
SW710
TUNER/BAND
ON—OFF
SW738
REW/PRESET DOWN
ON—OFF
SW711
TAPE
ON—OFF
SW739
CD/TAPE1 EDIT
ON—OFF
SW712
VIDEO/AUX
ON—OFF
SW740
BEAT CANCEL (TAPE1 EDIT)
ON—OFF
SW713
EON
ON—OFF
SWM 3
REC FWD
ON—OFF
SW714
PTY. /TI SEARCH
ON—OFF
SWM 4
REC RVS
ON—OFF
SW715
ASPM
ON—OFF
SWM 5
F.A.S.
ON—OFF
SW716
DISPLAY MODE
ON—OFF
SWM 6
CAM
ON—OFF
SW718
CENTER MODE/PHANTOM
ON—OFF
SW719
CENTER MODE/NORMAL
ON—OFF
SW721
DOLBY PRO LOGIC BYPASS
ON—OFF
FRONT
VIEW
E C B
(1)(2)(3)
2SC2236 Y
2SC2878 A
2SC380 O
KRC102 M
KRC104 M
KRC107 M
KTA1266 GR
KTA1268 GR
KTA1271 Y
KTC3199 GR
KTC3203 Y
FRONT
VIEW
2SC1845 F
2SD2012
2SD468 C
KRA107 M
KTA1273 Y
FRONT VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
B C E
(3)(2)(1)
KV1236Z23F
Figure 18 TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED
– 18 –
333GTH2
Figure 19 BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3)
– 19 –
M
M
PICKUP IN
SW4
M1
DISC
MOTOR
M2
SLED
MOTOR
TRACKING COIL
FOCUS COIL
24
25
30
31
12
13
6
7
1
2
3
4
22 32
8 9
10 11
IC3
M56748FP
DRIVER
5
26
27
28
29
34
35
36
20
30 31 54
SERVO AMP.
LA9241M
IC1
VCC1
64
15 16 27 23 29
FIN2
FIN1
E
F
LD0
62
TO
FD
SPO
NC
SLD
JP– 32
CV+ 40
SLC 43
SL1 44
~
Q1
SL–
SL+
DRF
XOUT
XIN
20 JP–
PU-IN SW
+B1
SL+. SL–. DRF
CL, DAT, SELIAL CONTROL/CE
51 52 53
44
45
XL1
6
23 36 41 43
+5V
53 ~ 58
Q91
Q93
26
RES. CQCK. COIN
SQOUT. RWC. WRQ
31
+7.3V
+5V
MECHA UP
GND (D)
DISK NO.
OPEN/CLOSE
GND (D)
M–
M+
GND (M)
+7.3V (+B1)
REGULATOR
TO MAIN
SECTION
CNS10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
5
CNP12
CNP10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10 GND (D)
CNP11
7
+B1
M
( TO IC601 )
SOLM2
M3
LOADING
SW1
OPEN/CLOSE
SW3
DISC No.
SW2
MECHA UP
TO MAIN SECTION
IC99
DIGITAL
OUT
Q52
3
5
6
6
1
5
2
5
3
6
1
5
2
5
3
CNS99
CNP11
6
1
5
2
5
3
+12V (+B5)
1
CONT2 25
IC81
TA7291S
LORDING MOTOR
DRIVER
8
+5V
CNP99
6
9
Q51
CONT1 24
27
LCHO 37
LVSS 38
RVSS 39
RCHO 40
IC2
LC78622K
9 EFMO SERVO/SIGNAL
10 EFMIN
12 CLV+
CONTROL
~
+5V
CL
DAT
CE
VVDD
VDD
LVDD
RVDD
XVDD
PICKUP UNIT
CD-C471H
CD-C471H
SM
FM IF
AMP
FM IF
FM FRONT END
FE301
CF301
1
CF351
X351
Q301
CF302
AM IF
AMP.
FM IF IN
T351
L354
5
3
7
MW/AM
ANTENNA
~
37
41 40
8 6 5
4
1
VT
3
REG
2
OUT
IC303
LA1832
VR351
FM MUTE LEVEL
4
8
5
IN GND
6
13
10
12
11
–
VF2
(AC)
14 15
L
SD
STEREO
OUT
IN
AFC
FMOSC
L341
BALUN
16
MPX
IN
IF
OUT
7
21
MONO/ST
22
AM RF IN
23
18
FM/AM
OUT
20
29
FM IF DET/FM MPX/AM IF
AM OSC
24
9 17
VCC
R
MPX
PHASE
MUTING
Q353
Q354
MPX
VCO
CUT
Q361
AM RF
TUNER MUTE
MW/LW
OSC.
SD
T305
T306
FM +B
1
20
22
15
OSC.
FM
Q360
11
16
IF IN
FM IN
AM IN
X352
4.5MHz
+B4
FM MONO/ST
XT21
VOLTAGE
REGURATER
+B4
10
13
+5V
12
DI
CE
21
TA MOT SW
SOLENOID
TA MOT H/L
CL
DO
VSSD
8
14 15 16
IC201
IX0171AW
MICROCOMPUTER
51
50
49
CAM SW
RUN PULSE
F.A.S
REC/PB
31
23
22
2
47
45 39 38 37
43 42 41
61
~ 57
66
65
12
CL
DI
CE
POWER
S-MUTE
C-MUTE
R-MUTE
CLK
DATA
ENEBLE
3
ICT21
LC72720
RDS
76
75
72
70
69
68
67
XT21
4.332MHz
4
13
VDDD
2
15 14
X OUT X IN
CL
DO
VDDA
20
MPX
IN
21
VSSA
DI
CE
23 22
52 40 30 29
80
BEAT CUT
BIAS
T1/T2
PB MUTE
REC RVS
REC FWD
7
3 4 5 6
71 48 33 20
REC MUTE
17
IC302
LC72131
PLL(TUNER)
7
+B2
MAIN SCK
MAIN SO
MAIN SI
MW/LW
ANT.
T301
T302
BALANCE
6
FM
OSC.
2
FL701
QT21
LOW PASS
FILTER
4CH SP
8
+B4
FM IF
+B4
SO301
ANTENNA
TERMINAL
+B4
23 24 25
1
2
3
FROM CD UNIT
CNP11
MOTOR
DRIVER
L 55
R 57
TAPE
L 53
R 59
TUNER L 54
R 58
AUX
L 52
R 60
AUX L 51
R 61
TA MOT SW
QM02
SWITCHING
DRIVER
TA MOT H/L
QM05
FRONT
IN
LTIN
CAM SW
L
F.A.S
R
JK452
L
CENT
REA
IN
VSS
48 64
4 42
L R
26
49 63
RTIN
REC RVS
5 43
L R
X-BASS
R
IN
+B5
+B5
PHM1
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
REC FWD
REC FWD
SWM3
REC RVS
SWM4
CAM SW
SWM6
FAS SW
SWM5
IC601
LC75396N
AUDIO PROCESSOR
L-OUT
M
VDD
CD
+B5
MM1
TAPE
MOTOR
14 34
56
R-OUT
CNS11
RUN PULSE
DRIVER
VIDEO2
SOLENOID
QM03
SOLENOID
SOLM1
VIDEO1
+B4
PB MUTE
TAPE 2
REC/PB
HEAD
L-CH
R-CH
REC
P.B
REC/PB
Q103,Q104
Q105,Q106
L NF 3
R NF 4
POP REDUCE 6
L REC 9
R REC 16
AC BIAS
Q109
Q107
Q108
+B4
13
REC MUTE
Q121
Q122
MUTING
5
T1/T2
REC
H/N
7 L REC
R
8
NOR/
HIGH
10
38
CL
35
DATA
37
DATA
36
ENABLE
42
45 46
23 24
IC501
LV1035M
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
DECORDER
9 C-OUT
S-OUT
22
33
21
31
32
ALC
X501
19
REC/PB
SWITCHING
ERASE
HEAD
CL
T1/T2
T1/T2
Q128
L103
34
18
17
15
Q111
8 18
P.B
4 L
21 R
20
REF 14
12
Q110
P.B.
L(T2) 2
R(T2) 23
R-OUT
L-OUT
L(T1) 1
R(T1) 24
P.B
LT-IN
RT-IN
PB HEAD
L-CH
R-CH
PB MUTE
Q117
Q118
MUTING
Q124
SWITCHING
BAIS
Q126
BEAT CUT
Q129
Q130
Figure 20 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3)
– 20 –
BAIS
TAPE 1
PLAYBACK&RECORD AMP.
IC101
AN7345K
6 42
L R
18
S-IN
CD-C471H
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
+12V
+5V
+B5
Q609
1
+B2
VF1
(AC)
5
71
KEY MATRIX
KEY5 23
~
~
7
6
4
19 21 22
SW701~SW703
SW709~SW716
SW718,719,721,723,724
SW725,726,728~732
SW733,734,736~740
KEY0 28
~
80
DATA
CLOCK
LCK
37
38
36
72
CE
DI
DO
CLK
54
52 29
8
30
12 11 10
48 33 31 20
9
35
34
47
17
VSS
REMOCON
43 42
~
POWER
S-MUTE
70
RESET
INPUT/OUTPUT
EXPANDER
IC702
BU2092F
2
3
4
Q704
1 17
16
~
IC701
IX0170AW
MICROCOMPUTER
LED701~LED705
LED706~LED711
13
9
~
1
VDD
–VP
13 14 15 16 18
~
Q701
TUN MUTE
TUN SD
TUN SM
–VP
SW704~708
2 1
7
8 6 5
MAIN STB
MAIN SCK
MAIN SI
MAIN SO
CLEAR
~
37
5
18
SYS STOP
46
+B2
XL701
+B6
CD RES
CD SL–
CD SL+
CD CQCK
CD COIN
CD SQOUT
CD WRQ
CD RWC
CD PUIN
CD DRF
CD O/C SW
CD D.NO
CD U/D
10
11
12
13
19
21
53
54
55
4CH SP
BALANCE
SRS
DOLBY P.L
01
1AW
MPUTER
~ 57
4
5
6
7
9
66
65
64 63 61
24
25
26
27
28
IC561/562/563
N5M4558L
OPE AMP.
SPE1-5
+B2
+B2
REMOCON
1
MEMORY
BACK UP
1
2
4
8
+B2
3
2
IC562(1/2)
N5M4558L
OPE AMP.
8
7
+B4
6
6
7
RX701
REMOTE
SENSOR
+B2
SPE IN
MAIN SCK
MAIN SO
MAIN SI
CLEAR
MAIN STB
14 15 16 17 18
Q705
Q706
ZD701
+B5
–B1
CNS12
TO CD UNIT
CNP12
+B1
Q601
POWER ON/STB
Q201 SWITCHING
Q675 Q603
Q676 Q604
Q602
+
OR
UALIZER
20
28
VOLUME
POWER
S-MUTE
C-MUTE
R-MUTE
Q905
REAR
OUT
H/P MUTE
IC681
NJM4560L
HEADPHONE AMP.
Q671 Q672
Q673 Q674
3
5
CENTER
OUT
IC951
LA4450
POWER AMP.
VOLUME
R 17
L 31
CENTER
REAR
IN
R
6 42
L R
13
+B3
18 30
S-IN C-IN
IN
L 3
R 5
SS
8
REAR-IN
9 CENTER-IN
IC651
NJM4558L
OPE AMP.
14
8
R
4
12
NF
+B3
8
1
7
JK700
HEADPHONES
4
Q903
STAND-BY
4 11
3
L
M901
FAN MOTOR
M
REAR-OUT
2
5
CENTER
OUT
7 VCC
OUT
1 L
7 R
–
SO901
SPEAKER TERMINAL
Q901
FRONT
R-IN 14
+B3
+B3
L-IN
10
8
3
7
IC451
4
NJM4558L
SUB WOOFER AMP.
Q609
12
IC901
STK40704
POWER AMP.
–B
1 2
JK451
SUB WOOFER
OUT
+B
3
VOLTAGE
REGURATER
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
F832
T500mA
L250V
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
+B4
+12V (ANALOG)
Q824
Q825
FRONT SPEAKER
AC POWER
SO801 SUPPLY CORD
Q823
Q826
D807
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
CENTER SPEAKER
T801
POWER
TRANSFORMER
Q827
Q801
+B5
+
–
–
+
REAR SPEAKER
D803 ~ D806
ZD801
+12V (MOTOR)
+
–
–
+
–
+
F804
T4A
L250V
Q820
Q822
VF1(AC)
–VP
VF2(AC)
Figure 21 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3)
– 21 –
~
TO CD UNIT +B1
F802
T3.15A
L250V
F803
T3.15A
L250V
D802
+7.3V
F901
T4A
L250V
F902
T4A
L250V
–15V
T
T
FRONT
6 L-OUT
7 R-OUT
15
D801
–B1
Q902
D809
T.F
F805
T1.6A
L250V
L801
AC 230V 50Hz
CD-C471H
R2
1K
TR–
ACTUATOR
PD
VR
LD
44
DEF
4
5
+
–
RFSM
CV+
CV–
SLOF
HFL
TES
+
–
SL+
JP–
SL–
SLD
R33 R32
1.2K 10K
R34
22K
42
0V
2.2V
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
2.5V
R40
2.4V 5.6K
R41
47K
R42
47K
C25
27P
R43
C24 56K
2.2P
R38
470
0V TP1
4.8V
0V
0V
4.8V
4.8V
0V
6
R36
220K
R35
220K
7
R37
82K
C35
1/50
D1
1SS133
CNS2A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
–
SW4
PICKUP
IN
6
5
4
3
2
1
2V
2V
0V
0V
13 2V
14 2.5V
15 2.5V
16 0V
17 4.7V
18 0V
CNP3
6
5
4
3
2
1
2.5V
6
5
4
3
2
1
0V 36
0V 35
0V 34
2.5V 33
2.5V 32
C84
0.001
1.8V 31
1.8V 30
0V 29
0V 28
D4
RL104A
0V 27
0V 26
2V 25
2V 24
2.5V 23
R48
10K
2.5V 22
2.5V 21
4.7V 20
0.7V 19
+B
SP+
SP–
SL_+
SL_–
CD_PUIN
CD_GND
RWC(DSP)
WRQ(DSP)
CO IN(DSP)
+
CNS3A
M
CNS3B
CNP3A
M2
SLED
MOTOR
6
5
4
3
2
1
–
2.5V
12 2V
C36
100/16
M
0V
11 0V
CNP2
M1
DISC
MOTOR
2.5V
10 0V
F
+
2.5V
D2
D3
RL104A RL104A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
IC3
M56748FP
FOCUS/TRACKING/SPIN/SLIDE DRIVER
CNS2B
1
2
3
4
5
PD 6
VR 7
LD 8
TR–
TR+
FO+
FO–
GND
CD MOTOR PWB-E
CNP12
• The numbers 1 to 12 are waveform numbers shown in page 43.
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
1
C
0
0V
C12
0.1
E
H
R39
1K
1.5V HF
PICKUP UNIT
G
R44
33K
2.4V
C21
0.0033
2.2V
29 30 31 32
C19
1/50
2.5V
2.5V
C17
0.001
12
C20
47/16
2.5V
JP+
2.5V
REF
27 28
R30
R27 R31 6.8K
39K 1.2K
R25
1.5K
SLEO
SPO
SP–
SPG
SPI
2.5V
24 25 26
2.5V
SP
20 21 22 23
TGL
+
–
REF
0V
+
-
43
+
–
SLOF
SLOF
OR
REF
+
–
RF
JP+
JPCLO
10
+
–
REF
REF
FE1
CV+
JP–
+
–
2.5V
C27
0.001
DAT
CL
CLK
SLC
REF
SLOF
REF
S.Q.R
THD
REF
JP
R45
4.7K
C29
4.7/50
0V
2.4V
4V
4V
0V
0V
4.8V
FSS
CE
LATOH
REF FE1
DRF
VCC2
VR
REFI
LF2
4.8V
C30
0.1/50
C31
220/6.3
2.5V
2.5V
C32
0.01
1V
1V
PH1
BH1
–
+
REF
R24
47K
45
C28
0.1
2.5V
C26
0.033
TOFF
C14
0.01
1
FSTA
C18
0.47/50
FO–
C11 R18
0.1 15K
R19
1K
FO+
R21 R20
22K 1K
TR+
R22
22K
1M
D
FA
FD–
R17
33K
18 19
REF
3
CV–
+
–
+
–
R28 10K
R29 56K
2200P
17
2.5V
TR–
TR+
FO+
FO–
GND
2.5V 16 FD
8
B
F
15
–
+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R16
3.3K
TO
2.5V
LT0H30M1
2.5V
+
– GEN
REF
+
–
R23
10K
2200P
K
E
A
FSC
FOSTA
GEN
+
– REF
REF
TO
+
–
CL
SLI
RFS–
REF
JP
GEN
14
5
4
3
2
1
TGL1
+
–
GL
THDL
TD–
R14 R15
27K 12K C10 2.5V TD
13
180P 2.5V JP
DGND
CE
2FREQ
LASER
46
FSC
TOSTA
FSTA
IC1
LA9241M 8/12CM
SERVO AMP.SLOF
+
–
REF
TBC 47
EFBAL
FOSTA
DRF
0V
48
VCC
2.5V
12
DEF
HFL
+
–
REF
55 54 53 52 51 50 49
2
–
+
C16
0.0047
2.5V
VCR
0V
LD
MON
K
E
B
LD GND
C33
0.47/50
C34
0.33/50
+
–
11
1/16
R46
560
0V
REF
–
+
FE–
AGND
C5
0.033 2.5V TESI
8
C6
0.033 2.5V SCI
9
C7
0.1/50
56
+
–
+
–
VCR
–
+
R12
2.4V
TH
100
10
R13 C9 C8
1K 0.047 0.068 2.5V TA
C
LDD
LDS
TE–
6
TE
7
VCR
–
+
FE
2.5V
TE 2.5V
5
VCR
2.5V
R10
2.2K
R11
6.8K
R8
15K
REF –
+
TB
57
REF
–
+
2.4V
C54
0.001
R9
100K
2.4V
58
+
–
FA–
C4
0.1/50
E
3
F
4
59
RF
2.5V
2.5V
61 60
C13
330P
R26
82K
2.5V
2
FIN2
REF –
+
FIN1
REF
2.4V
1
REF
2.4V
VCC1
K
A
B
E
F
1
2
3
4
5
62
–
+
2.2V
C3
1/50
R1
22
64 63
9
1M
4.8V
4.2V
C85
0.001
CNP1
A
F
C
1.5V
+B
REF
B
1
2
3
4
5
Q1
KTA1266 GR
4.8V
CNS1A
CNS1B
C2
0.01
K 5
E 4
A 3
B 2
F 1
+B
C1
47/16
C15
0.01
4.2V
A
2
3
4
Figure 22 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/13)
– 22 –
5
6
1 2
CD-C471H
R57 1K
PW
XL1
16.934MHz
D82
1SS133
D81
1SS133
R55
150 L61
0.82µH
A_GND
+B
CD_LCH
+B
6.5V
CNS11
TO MAIN PWB
P24 6-A
R66
220
5.5V
C50 C51
0.022 100/16
1
2
3
4
5
6
CNP11
Q52
KTC3203 Y
C71
10/50 +B 4.9V
+5V
C43
330/6.3
TEST4 33
0V
R73
390
C73 C74
220P 220P
C72
10/50
R71
2.7K
R64
22
ZD61
MTZJ5.6B
C53
0.022
C83
0.022
R74
390
C75
0.001
32
4.8V
2.5V
0V
R-CH
A_GND
L-CH
D-GND
7.3V
M_12V
CD_RCH
C52
100/16
DOUT
C2F
EMPH
CONT5
0V
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
0V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
0V
4.8V
CONT3
CONT4
11
2.7K
DIGITAL
OUT
EXTERNAL
OUTPUT
SERVO
TES COMMAND
R93
220
0V
LVSS 38
LCHO 37 2V
4.5V
LVDD
36
MUTEL
35 4.8V
NC 34 0V
TEST3
HLF
C42
15P
0V
CLV
CLV– DIGITAL SERVO
V/P
CONT2
16
CLV+
0V
C22
220P
15
TEST2
TOFF
0V
13
14
IC2
LC78622K
SERVO/SIGNAL
CONTROL
CONT1
0V
12
SLICE LEVEL
EFMIN CONTROL
0V
0V
4.8V
FILTER
SYNC-DETECT
EFM DEMODULATE
EFMO
2.2V
DAC
DIGITAL
VSS
VDD
0V
11
FR
0V
4.8V
0V
10
44
2.1V
RCHO 40 2V
1BIT RVSS 39 0V
4FS
FSEQ
2.5V
ERROR COERECT
FLAG CONTROL
VVDD
2.5V
C23
0.0027
VCO CLOCK
OSC CONTROL
45
XVDD 43
4.8V
MUTER 42 4.8V
RVDD 41 4.5V R72
ISET
PCK
38
70
XOUT
VVSS
JP–
3
K
X-TAL
GENERATOR
2KX8
RAM
0V
R39
1K
PDO
JP+
5
P
0V
3
C39
R50 0V
0.047 680
4
1.9V
5
C40
0.047
R52
27K 4.8V
6
R53
0V
7
1.2K
0V
8
2.5V
9
R42
47K
XVSS 46 0V
XIN
0V
1
K
DEF1
1
TA1
2
TGL
0V
R51
3.3M
U-COM
INTERFACE
4.8V
0V
R44
33K
C41
12P
EFLG
48 2.2V
SBSY 47
0V
SUB-CODE
6
33
C49
100P
49
SBCK
SFSY
WRQ
FSX
RWC
SQOUT
COIN
/CQCK
4M
16M
TEST11
/RES
TEST1
/CS
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50
TEST5
C48
100P
C47
100P
0V
2.4V
C44
100P
0V
0V
0V
2.4V
0V
4V
4V
C46
100P
4V
0V
+B
C28
0.1
2.4V
2.5V
0V
0V
0V
R58 1K
R59 1K
R60
1K
C38
0.01
C45
100P
CD SIGNAL
R61 1K
R62 1K
R63 1K
1 0V
C35
1/50
D1
1SS133
2.9V
0V
0V
6.5V
6.5V
6.5V
R81
2.7K
Q91
KTA1271 Y
Q93
KRC102 M
12V
2
0V
3
R82
6.8K
0V
12V
R86
2.2K
R87
10K
12V
SOLM2
SOLENOID
LOCK
D91
1SS133
BIM5
SOL
1
GND(M)
2
M+
3
4
M–
GND(D)
5
OPEN/CLOSE 6
DISC NO.
7
GND(D)
8
UP/DOWN 9
10 GND(D)
10
CNP10
CNS10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C37
0.022
CD SIGNAL
6
5
4
3
2
1
+
–
M3 T/T
UP/DOWN
M LOADING
SW1
OPEN
CLOSE
SENSOR
PWB-F
SW2
MECHA UP
1
2
SLD+
SLD–
PUIN SW
OPEN/CLOSE
DISC NO.
UP/DOWN
RWC(DSP)
WRQ(DSP)
CO IN(DSP)
SQ OUT(DSP)
CQ CK(DSP)
RES(DSP)
DRF (ASP)
D_GND
R47
10K
R85
56 (1/2)
P12
IC99
GP1F32T
OPTICAL FIBER
DATA LINK
+B
0V 1
R83
3.9
C81
47/16
0V
6.4V
1V
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
CD_LD_M–
+B
IC81
TA7291S
LOADING MOTOR DRIVER
CD
DIGITAL
OUT
3
2
1
JACK PWB-A4
CD_LD_M+
C82
47/16
L99
2.2µH
+B
C56
0.022
D4
RL104A
1
2
3
C98
0.022
R80
6.8K
1
2
3
C99
100/10
1
2
3
2
2.9V
3
0V
BI99
Q51
KRC107 M
CNS99
C57
0.001
+B
R54
330
CNP99
R88 1K
R89 1K
R90 1K
R91 1K
+B
1
2
SW3
DISC NUMBER
CNS5
CD SERVO PWB-C
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
CNS12
TO DISPLAY PWB
P24 2-A
7
8
9
10
Figure 23 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/13)
– 23 –
11
12
CD-C471H
14 13 12 11 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CNS12
14 13 12 11 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
26
D-5V
M-GND
M-12V
TA-CAM-SW
T1-RUN
T2-RUN
BI201
M-12V
7.3V
D-GND
L-CH
A-GND
1 2 3 4 5 6 CNS11
1 2 3 4 5 6
25
TAPE-@ LCH
19 20 21 22 23 24
R-CH
TO MAIN
SECTION(2/2)
P27 12-D
TO MAIN
SECTION(2/2)
P27 12-D
BI601
TAPE-RCH
RWC(DSP)
TO
CD SERVO PWB
CNP11
P23 12-C
WRQ(DSP)
CO IN(DSP)
SQ OUT(DSP)
CQ CK(DSP)
RES(DSP)
DRF(ASP)
D-GND
SLD+
SLD–
PUIN SW
OPEN/CLOSE
A
DISK NO
UP/DOWN
TO CD SERVO PWB
CNP12
P23 7-G
R219
10K
150P
150P
150P
0.001
150P
C550
220P
62 L-R-RECT
IREF 19
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
C601
C603
C605
C607
C609
R613
R611
R615
R617
R619
R610
R608
R606
R604
R602
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
C610
C608
C606
C604
C602
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R612
33K
R661
47K
R660
47K
LSELO
R6
2.2
C651
0.1(ML)
R
2.
R
2.
C
33
+B
+B
+B
R505
4.7K
C199
100P
R506
4.7K
D202
1SS133
R507
1K
R508 39K
C531 2.2/50
C210
C541 220/16
C514 0.082 (ML)
C515 0.0033 (ML)
C517 0.082 (ML)
C519 0.47/50
C521 0.33/50
C523 10/50
C524 10/50
C527 10/50
+
DET 18
C548
0.022
+B
LUG1
CHASSIS
GND
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
3
4
5
6
MAIN-STB
9
CLEAR
MAIN-STB
MAIN-SI
TO TUNER PWB
CNP303
P33 9-H
CNS701
Figure 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/13)
– 24 –
CLEAR
MAIN-SI
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
MAIN-SO
CNS303
TUN-CLK
MAIN-SCK
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
TUN-DI
C570
0.001
TUN-CE
12 11 10
D558
1SS133
D515
RL104AT
TUN-DO
D516
RL104AT
A-GND
R511
1K
MAIN-SO
D557
1SS133
R512
4.7K
HP-SW
C542 R510 R530
3.3K
220/16 18K
MAIN-SCK
R509
4.7K
C532
220/16
R529
330
HP-RCH
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
R531
3.3K
HP-LCH
R-IN
S-IN
VCC 17
L-IN
AC-GND
R-OUT
L-OUT
D604 1SS1
D608
1SS133
TO TAPE MECHANISM
CHASSIS
2
LFOUT
LFCOM
CIN
LRCOM
C645
10/50
C643 0.047
(ML)
C641
2.2/50
C647
47/16
C648
47/16
C666
2.2/50
R504
1M
H
1
LINVIN1
L5
L4
L3
COUT
LVREF
VSS
CE
DI
CL
VREF
RVREF
C649 47/16
R614 1K
R616 1K
R618 1K
0.047
(ML)
C644
C646
10/50
C642
2.2/50
D210 1SS133
C202
0.022
L2
L1
R1
VDD
R2
R3
R4
RSELO
RINVIN1
R5
RROUT
RRCOM
RRIN
RFOUT
LT
TUN-SM
C539 220/16
C540 10/50
L
15 RFIN
16 RFCOM
TUN-MUTE
C544
220/16
S-OUT
C-OUT
VCC
VREF
L-DC-OUT
R-DC-OUT
S-DC-OUT
C-DC-OUT
R-BPF2
R-BPF1
C534
0.1 (ML)
C535 10/50
C356 10/50
C537 10/50
C538 10/50
C547
0.022
L
R266
22K
R503
1K
CLK
S-OUT 21
D-GND 20
C543
0.1 (ML)
L
13 RF5
14 RTOUT
C-MUTE
61 DC-OUT2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
L
R-MUTE
OSC 32
OSC 31
30
VDD
29
A/D
28
NS
27
D/A
26
DC-OUT
25
DC-OUT
24
L-OUT
23
R-OUT 22
60 L+R-RECT
64 R-BPF3
L
L
X501
8MHz
VSS
DATA
ENABLE
DATA
IC501
LV1035M
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
DECORDER
63 DC-OUT1
L
12 RF4C3
TUN-SD
59 VCS-TH
L
C652
0.1(ML)
TUN-SM
TUN-SD
TUN-R CH
TUN-L CH
TUN-MUTE
A-GND
A-12V
TUN-DI
TUN-CE
TUN-DO
TUN-CLK
D-GND
58 VCS-1
RF3C2
C545
220P
CLK
OSC
NS-BPF2
GND
NS-BPF1
C-MODE
DC-OUT
LT-IN
RT-IN
L-BPF2
L-BPF1
57 VCS-2
RF3C1
C250
220P
R264 1K
CLK
R203 DATA
1K ENEBLE
SP-@ DET
D-GND
VSS
RLY DRV NC
POWER
R237
1K
C201
220/10
D201
1SS133
C549
220P
53 L-RECT
56 VLR-2
L
IC601
LC75396N
AUDIO PROCESSOR
RF2C3
L201
100µH
R519
1K
52 DC-OUT4
55 VLR-1
L
RF2C2
R658
2.2K
51 R-RECT
54 VLR-TH
L
RF2C1
C626
0.1/50
C628
0.22/50
C630
0.027 (ML)
C632
0.015 (ML)
C634
0.0022 (ML)
C636
0.0047 (ML)
C638
1/50
C640
10/50
R518
1K
49 L-BPF3
50 DC-OUT3
RTIN
P14/ANI4
R228 1K
R229 1K
R230 1K
P31/TO1
P32/TO2
P30/TO0
P03/INTP3/CI0
P02/INTP2
P15/ANI5
P16/ANI6
P73
P17/ANI7
P74
AVSS
RESET
IC
P00/INTP0/TI0
T2 CrO2
P01/INTP1
P72
F/R SPEED
TA SOL
VDD
TA MOT SW
R243 1K
R242 1K
C252
220P
+B
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
C510 0.47/50
C512 4.7/50
C511 0.47/50
C513 4.7/50
C516 0.15/50
C518 3.3/50
C520 0.15/50
C522 0.15/50
C525 3.3/50
C526 0.15/50
C528 4.7/50
C529 0.47/50
C530 4.7/50
C533 0.47/50
L
RF1C3
11 RF4C2
R238
1K
A-12V
F
RF1C2
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
A-GND
R501
100K
R502
100K
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
T2 RUN
D-GND
CD-DRF
R220 1K
R221 1K
R222 1K
T1 RUN
C203
C205
C204
C206
C207
CD RWC
CD WRQ
CD COIN
R213 1K MAIN-SCK
R214 1K MAIN-SO
R215 1K
MAIN-SI
R216 1K
CLEAR
R217 1K MAIN-STB
R218 1K CD-PUIN
P20/SI1
P21/SO1
P71
R232
1K
TA-MOT-H/L
REC-R-CH
REC-L-CH
RF1C1
RF3C3
10 RF4C1
+B
TA-PUL
C501
0.1 (ML)
G
X2 35
XL201
P37 36 NC
R-MUTE 4.19MHz
P36/BUZ 37
C-MUTE
P35/PCL 38
SYS MUTE
39
MIC
40
R241
1K
C506 0.022
C507 0.047
C508 680P
27
28
R233
1K
C6
47
R6
2.2
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
1
C624 2
0.22/50 3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R227
1K
R279
10K
TA-MOT-SW
C509 0.1 (ML)
C502 1/50
C503 1/50
C504 47/16
C505 0.47/50
TO MAIN SECTION(2/2)
P27 12-A to H
CD-O/C
C618
1/50
R226 SPE2
1K SPE1
D209 1SS133
CD-D-NO
C614
100P
D601
1SS133
C251
220P
R247 1K
R246 1K
R245 1K
CD-U/D
R224
R2251K SPE4
1K
SPE3
AVDD 29
R240
10K
R235
10K
R234
10K
+B
8
7
6
5
4
P70
VDD
P127/FIP33
P126/FIP32
P125/FIP31
P124/FIP30
R276
47K
E
P22/SCK1
P23/STB
P24/BUSY
P25/SI0/SB0
CD CQCK
CD SQOUT
P26/SO0/SB1
VDD
P27/SCK0
P90/FIP2
P80/FIP0
P81/FIP1
R253
1K
CD O/C SW
R255
1K
R274 R254
1K
10K
R272
10K
26
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41
CD D.NO. SW
D
C616
1/50
SPE5
AVREF 30
P04/XT1 31 TA-CAM-SW
XT2 32 NC
VSS 33 D-GND
X1 34
40 P33/TI1
NC
NC
CD U/D SW
R256
1K
P123/FIP29
R257
1K
P122/FIP28
65
NC
R258
1K
P121/FIP27
66
25
P11/ANI1 27
P10/ANI0 28
39 P34/TI2
66 P112/FIP20
65 P113/FIP21
P117/FIP25
9
T2-A-FP
BEAT-CUT
26 P12/ANI2
P120/FIP26
10
T2-B-FP
25 P13/ANI3
R620
2.2K
C615
1/50
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
79 P96/FIP8
NC
11
PB-MUTE
C612
47/16
R244
1K
80 P95/FIP7
NC
12
+B
R280
10K
IC201
IX0171AW
SYSTEM MICROCOMPUTER
P116/FIP24
13
BIAS
D-GND
T1/T2
P115/FIP23
14
75 P102/FIP12
NC 74 P103/FIP13
R263
NC 73 P104/FIP14
1K
BIAS
72 P105/FIP15
GND
71 VLOAD
R262 12K T1/T2
70 P106/FIP16
R261 1K P.B.MUTE 69 P107/FIP17
R260 1K T2 BFP 68 P110/FIP18
R259 1K T2 AFP 67 P111/FIP19
P91/FIP3
NC 79
NC 78 P97/FIP9
NC 77 P100/FIP10
NC 76 P101/FIP11
R277
1K
15
P92/FIP4
R271
1K
80
P93/FIP5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
REC-MUTE
P94/FIP6
REC-MUTE
P114/FIP22
C
TO MAIN SECTION(2/2)
P27 12-A to H
17
VDD
R202
1K
CD SL+
REC/P.B.
REC/PB
NC
18
CD SL–
B
NC
NC CD MUT
CD RES
R212
1K
R211 1K
R210 1K
R209 1K
R208 1K
R207 1K
R206 1K
R205 1K
TO D
CD-C471H
M-12V
7.3V
D-GND
L-CH
TO
ERVO PWB
CNP11
23 12-C
3 4 5 6 CNS11
BI601
MAIN PWB-A1(1/2)
R651
1.8K
+B
C639
10/50
R622
470K
D553
1SS133
C565
2.2/50
4
1
SPE4
5
6
8
7
R632
6.8K
6
R-CH
D606
1SS133
JK452
ZD551
MTZJ6.2C
R574
330
R464
100K
C458
0.082
(ML)
D541
1SS133
8
JK451
SUB2WOOF OUT
C485
0.0033
1
5
6
R461
1K
C462
2.2/50
7
4
C459
10/16
C461
0.022
3
R663
3.9K
C657
0.022
5
R662
C660 3.9K
2.2/50
7
4
6
R642
10K
R647
2.2K
C661
0.001
C662
0.001
R638
330
IC651
NJM4558L
OPE AMP.
C678
0.001
R676
2.2K
R672
2.2K
Q672
KTC3199 GR
R648
22K
R683
Q673 100K
KTC3199 GR
Q674
KTC3199 GR
R684
R674
100K
2.2K
R680 C682 R682
22K
0.047 2.2K
(ML)
C697
0.001
C698
0.001
R685
1.5K
C683
47/16
C684
47/16
R686
1.5K
5
6
C686
220P
IC681
NJM4560L
HEADPHONE AMP.
R678 Q676
10K
R649
22K
D604 1SS133
C696
0.001
R698
22K
R679
220
C691
47/25
8
2
3
1
7
R691
2.7K
C680
220P
C692 R694
47/25 47
C694
0.022
4
R688
5.6K
C690
100P
+B
–B
D608
1SS133
R693
47
C699
47/25
R696
100K
C695
0.001
C679
0.001
R646
2.2K
Q604
Q671
R699
KTC3199 GR
R675 22K
2.2K
R671
2.2K
R687
5.6K
R689
1K
8
1
R697
22K
C681
0.047 R681
(ML) 2.2K
Q609
KTC3199 GR
C689
100P
R690
1K
2
R641
10K
R603
330
R677
Q603 10K Q675
R673
2.2K
C685
220P C687
47/25
R644
2.2K
R695
100K
R692
2.7K
C688
220P
C656
330P
R454
15K
2
3
C454 C456
0.15 0.15
(ML) (ML)
R458
6.8K
R457
27K
Q604,Q603
Q675,Q676
:KTC3199 GR
R639
330
C658
0.022
R630
8.2K
C652
0.1(ML)
C451
0.047
(ML)
R456
27K
R601
330
Q601
KTC3199 GR
Q602
KTC3199 GR
C663
0.001
C664
0.001
C659
2.2/50
C655
330P
R635
100K
R634
100K
R627
2.2K
R626
2.2K
VIDEO-2 IN
+B
R629
47K
R631
8.2K
C651
0.1(ML)
L-CH
5
+B
R645
2.2K
R628
R636
47K
8.2K
R661
47K
R-CH
4
CHASSIS
GND
+B
+B
R637
8.2K
R633
6.8K
R659
2.2K
R452
220K
–B
R623
470K
C666
2.2/50
SPE5
R580
100K
C668 C669
22/50 22/25
C647
47/16
R575
330
C667
2.2/50
R451
220K
D556
1SS133
IC562
NJM4558L
OPE AMP.
R463
100K
R579
100K
C568
2.2/50
3
D540
1SS133
IC451
NJM4558L
SUB WOOFER AMP.
R573
560K
2
3
R578
100K
C566
2.2/50
8
7
VIDEO-1 IN
C674
0.022
CD SIGNAL
SPE3
L-CH
2
D607
1SS133
RECORD SIGNAL
C460
47/25
R561 C562
15K 0.022
4
1
PLAYBACK SIGNAL
R577
100K
D554
1SS133
IC563
NJM4558L
OPE AMP.
R572
2.2M
R656
27K
R459 C453
12K 47/25
R455
3.9K
C556
0.0068
R560 C561
470K 0.022
R567
270K
FM SIGNAL
R453 C452
100K 100P
C635
0.0047
(ML)
26 27 28 29 30 31 32
C645
10/50
C643 0.047
(ML)
C641
2.2/50
R555
56K
C673
390P
C672
390P
SPE2
R460
1.5K
C469
330P
C555
0.0068
0.0022 (ML)
R625
470K
LFOUT
LFCOM
CIN
LRCOM
COUT
LVREF
VSS
LF4C2 37
C633
LF4C3 36
C637
1/50
C560
0.0082
D551
1SS133
R570
220K 2
3
R571
220K
5
6
R657
27K
R653
1.8K
R652
1.8K
SPE1
R576
100K
C564
2.2/50
8
7
C455
47/25
C629
0.027 (ML)
0.015 (ML)
LF3C3 39
C631
LF4C1 38
LF5 35
LTOUT 34
LFIN 33
R564
390K
R554 R559
18K 22K
C625
0.1/50
C627
0.22/50
D552
1SS133
D555
1SS133
C567
2.2/50
R553
12K
C554
0.0082
LF3C1 41
LF3C2 40
C559
0.0027
R565
680K
LF2C1 44
LF2C2 43
LF2C3 42
01
96N
CESSOR
C552
680P
4
1
C569
0.022
C623
0.22/50
R563
470K
C553 R552
0.0027 12K
LSELO
LINVIN1
L5
L4
L3
C617
1/50
LTIN 48
LF1C1 47
C558
680P
–B
R568 2
220K
3
R569
220K
5
6
R566
2.2M
R613
R611
R615
R617
R619
L2
L1
R556
33K
C677
0.022
55 54 53 52 51 50 49
R562
390K
C557
270P
R557
39K
IC561
NJM4558L
OPE AMP.
C563
0.022
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R551
10K
R650
1.8K
1
R465
100K
C551
270P
C676
330/16
LF1C2 46
LF1C3 45
R655
27K
R654
27K
C670
390P
R558
68K
C601
C603
C605
C607
C609
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
C611
47/16
R621
2.2K
C613 R669
100P 33K
C671
390P
C693
47/25
3 4 5 6
20 –15V
19 POWER
–B
18 CENTER
D207
1SS133
D204
1SS133
C209
47/25
ZD201
MTZJ13C
16 REAR OUT
NC 15
14 FRONT-R
13 A-GND
12 FRONT-L
R666
330
11 CD-+B
10 CD-GND
A-GND
R252
22K
+B
R265
4.7K
Q201
KRC104 M
C208
0.022
A-12V
+B
MAIN-STB
VF1
VF2
–VP
M-12V
POWER
S MUTE
D-5V
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
CLEAR
MAIN-STB
MAIN-SI
MAIN-SO
D208
1SS133
D205
1SS133
R665
330
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
D-GND
A-GND
M-GND
M-12V
A-12V
VF1
-VP
VF2
CNS803
D-GND
CLEAR
MAIN-SI
MAIN-SO
MAIN-SCK
15 14 13 12 11 10
TUN-DI
2
D206
1SS133
1
D203
1SS133
TUN-CLK
MAIN-SCK
C665
22/50
3
+B
17 STBY-HI/OPE-LOW
+B
D605
1SS133
R624
22K
C210
22/25
R266
22K
D202
1SS133
D611
1SS133
CNP701
FLAT CABLE(263)
CNS701
TO DISPLAY PWB
P29 7-H
7
8
9
10
Figure 25 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/13)
– 25 –
11
12
P30 1-F
D610
1SS133
D609
1SS133
TO POWER PWB
CNP803
+B
CD-C471H
A
QM05
KTA1266GR
DRIVER
MM1
TAPE
MOTOR
B
1
M
TAPE
VRM1 SPEED
3.3K(B)
1
FWM1
MOT L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MOT H
MOT +B
PHM1
T2_A_FP
4
TA_CAM_SW
D_GND
SWM3
REC FWD
T1_RUN
SWM6
CAM
T2_PH_IN
T2_RUN
RUL
CNPM2
SWM5
F.A.S.
10
T2_B_FP
11
MOT L
CM01
47/16
QM03
KTA1271Y
DRIVER
DM02
1SS133
FWM2
WTM1
TAPE MECHANISM PWB-F
L
H
+
–
QM02
KTA1273
MOTOR DR
RM11
8.2K
+B
MOT H
MOT +B
T2_A_FP
TA_CAM_SW
D_GND
T1_RUN
T2_RUN
T2_PH_IN
RUL
RM
1.
T2_B_FP
12
SOLM1
SOLENOID
13
13
C
SWM4
REC RVS
CNS101
1
2
3
R-CH
D
L-CH
1
2
3
CNP101
TAPE1_R
A_GND
TAPE1_L
C102
680P
C101
680P
TAPE1
PLAYBACK HEAD
+B
R101
1K
3
R102
1K
1
1
2
3
Q111
KRC104 M
R111
15K
23
R140
560
R134
68K
C122
1/50
R124
4.7K
C108
680P
Q108
KTC3199 GR
22
21
C
2
20
19
18
17
R117
1K
C111
330P
2
3
C113
330P
C115
47/16
R119
56
4
–
+
+
–
5
6
C119 R125
560P 5.6K
8
C
2
C128
3.3/50
C121
1/50
R121
100K
7
C127
0.022
R108
47K
R110
4.7K
R104
2.2K
R106
3.3K
Q103
2SC1845 F
REC/P.B.
C114
330P
–
112K
+
Hich=T1
+
112K
–
1
Q105
2SC1845 F
REC/P.B.
C105
330P
G
24
REC/P.B.
Q106
2SC1845 F
R191
1K
HEAD
PWB-H
C112
330P
R126
5.6K
R131
15K
TAPE2_L2
R118
1K
R122
100K
L108
2.2µH
R123
4.7K
TAPE2_L1
C116
47/16
Q107
KTC3199 GR C107
680P
M_GND
C106
330P
CNP102
TAPE2_R1
R109
4.7K
TAPE2
RECORD/
PLAYBACK
HEAD
TAPE2_R2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R107
47K
L-CH
ERASE
D_GND
R105
3.3K
R-CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R192
1K
REC/P.B.
Q104
2SC1845 F
R103
2.2K
1
2
3
4
5
6
F
CNS102
BI102
ERASE
HEAD
FLEXIBLE
PWB
R112
15K
C118 C120
0.033 560P
R138
6.8K
R120
56
R132
15K
R136 C130
1.8K 470P
E
L107
2.2µH
Q109
KTA1266 GR
R137
6.8K
2
R115
4.7K
C129
470P
R113
10K
Q110
KRC104 M
C117
0.033
C109
0.022
R114
10K
R135
1.8K
+B
R139
560
M_
H
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
1
2
3
4
Figure 26 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/13)
– 26 –
5
6
CD-C471H
MAIN PWB-A1(2/2)
6GR
RM12
33K
+B
TA_MOT_H/L
RM05
10K
QM02
KTA1273Y
MOTOR DRIVER
M01
/16
QM03
TA1271Y
DRIVER
RM06
2.2K
TA_MOT_SW
RM07
10
M_12V
+B
RM09
2.2K
TA_PUL
RM08
10K
T2_A_FP
TA_CAM_SW
D_GND
T1_RUN
T2_RUN
RM20
10K
RM19
3.3K
RM16
10K
RM15
10K
RM14
10K
T2_B_FP
D_5V
DM03
1SS133
REC/PB
T1/T2
PB_MUTE
REC_MUTE
TAPE_R-CH
R156
120K
TAPE_L-CH
REC_R-CH
Q122
KTC3199 GR
MUTING
R153
10K
C144
0.022
C130
470P
R155
120K
R154
10K
R147
10K
R143
10K
C143
0.022
R144
10K
C110
47/25
C163
47/16
MUTING
Q117
2SC2878 A
+B
MUTING
Q118
2SC2878 A
REC_L-CH
R193
220
R146
10K
C133
22/25
24
14
19
20
Q129
KTC3199 GR
R139
560
M_GND
7
8
21
18
13
12
TO MAIN
SECTION
P24 2/4/6-A
1-C/E
17
25
26
27
28
BIAS
3
5
4
15
9
22
L103
1mH
R166 R167
27K 47K
L104
330µH
C151
0.027
(ML)
R145
10K
11
1
BEAT_CUT
C161
560P
C135
0.039
C139
0.0033
R141
47
C141
1/50
2
C155
100P
R160
150
PLAYBACK SIGNAL
RECORD SIGNAL
C152
47/16
Q130
KTC3199 GR
R170
3.3K
L101
1.8mH
R164
4.7K
Q128
2SC2236 Y
12
Q124
KTA1266 GR
SWITCHING
C150
0.0082
(P.P)
R168
4.7
C147
0.022
Vcc
11
+B
R171
4.7K
10
R158
470
C162
0.047(ML)
9
13
GND
56K
Hich=CHROME
+
56K
–
14
RIPPLE
ALC
–
+
8
15
Nor/
CrO2
16
IC101
AN7345K
PLAYBACK AND RECORD/
PLAYBACK AMP.
C134
22/25
17
Q126
KRC104 M
SWITCHING
R162
47K
C146
220/10
C142
1/50
L102
1.8mH
A_12V
+B
+B
C145
22/25
C140
0.0033
R140
560
R142
47
R137
6.8K
7
10
Q121
KTC3199 GR
MUTING
A_GND
C136
0.039
470P
8
23
+B
RM10
1.2K
8
6
9
C156
0.022
10
Figure 27 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/13)
– 27 –
11
12
1
2
3
P12
P13
+B
F
C712
1/50
DISPLAY PWB-A2
1 3 2 4 5
JK700
HEADPHONES
H
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
Figure 28 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/13)
– 28 –
4
5
6
R726
R727
1K
E
VSS
F_MUTE
POWER
SYS STOP
P11
REMOCON
P127/ FIP33
P126/ FIP32
P125/ FIP31
P124/ FIP30
P123/ FIP29
P122/ FIP28
P121/ FIP27
P120/ FIP26
P31/TO1
P30/TO0
P03/INTP3/CI0
P02/INTP2
P01/INTP1
P00/INTP0/TI0
IC
P9
R729
1K
P10
P72
P8
P71
P7
P70
P6
P117/ FIP25
P15/ANI5
P16/ANI6
P17/ANI7
AVSS
P73
P74
RESET
P20/SI1
P21/SO1
P22/SCK1
P23/STB
P24/BUSY
P25/SI0/SB0
P26/SO0/SB1
P27/SCK0
VDD
P80/FIP0
P81/FIP1
P90/FIP2
P91/FIP3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
VDD
P5
P92/FIP4
TUN_SM
TUN_SD
TUN_MUTE
CLEAR
RESET
1G
2G
3G
4G
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708
R709
R710
R711
C702
R712
R713
C701
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
100
220/10
1K
1K
0.022
TUN_CE
TUN_DO
TUN_DI
TUN_CLK
MAIN_SO
MAIN_SI
MAIN_SCK
MAIN_STB
–B
VDD
VLOAD
P116/ FIP24
R776
1K
P22
–B
5G
–28.4V
P21
P4
P93/FIP5
Q701
KTC3199 GR
P20
P3
P19
P2
P115/ FIP23
–28.4V
P18
P1
P17
11G
P16
10G
80 P95/
FIP7
79 P96/
FIP8
78 P97/
FIP9
77 P100/
FIP10
76 P101/
FIP11
75 P102/
FIP12
74 P103/
FIP13
73 P104/
FIP14
72 P105/
FIP15
71 VLOAD
70 P106/
FIP16
69 P107/
FIP17
68 P110/
FIP18
67 P111/
FIP19
66 P112/
FIP20
65 P113/
FIP21
6G
B
TUN_SD
TUN_SM
TUN_MUTE
HP_LCH
HP RCH
G
C734
0.047
9G
9 8 7 6 5
P15
8G
P14
C
7G
37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
P94/FIP6
R778
100K
41 40
P114/ FIP22
D
–B
F
F
G01
G02
G03
G04
G05
G06
G07
G08
G09
G10
G11
S01
S02
S03
S04
S05
S06
S07
S08
S09
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
F
F
CD-C471H
A
FL701
2 1
4.8V +B
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
P
P
IC701
IX0170AW
SYSTEM MICROCOMPUTER
P
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42
R777
33
FM SIGNAL
C716
47/16
C713
1/50
–B
C735
0.047
24 23 22 21 2
RD07
RD06 RD05
RD04
12K
5.6K
3.9K
2.2K
SW708 SW707 SW706 SW705 SW704
OPEN
/CLOSE
DISC 3 DISC 2
DISC
SKIP
1
FW701
DISC 1
DISPLAY PWB-A3
R749
10K
FW701-2
CD-C471H
3
FW701-1
+B
1
ON/
STAND-BY
R736 8.2K
R735 8.2K
R734 8.2K
R733 8.2K
R732 8.2K
R731 8.2K
220/10
1K
1K
0.022
C702
R712
R713
C701
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
RD24
1.8K
C726
+B
C725
C724
C723
C722
C721
R744
820
RD28
12K
SW731 SW732
TUNING
DOWN
/TIME
FF
MEMORY
PRESET UP
/SET
REV
BEAT
REW/
CD/TAPE 1
CANCEL
PRESET
EDIT
DOWN
TAPE 1 EDIT
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
LED710
333GTH2
R743
820
LED708
333GTH2
R742
820
LED706
333GTH2
LED711
333GTH2
PHANTOM
LED709
333GTH2
NORMAL
LED707
333GTH2
PASS
IC702
BU2092F
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q9
Q1
Q10
LCK
Q0
OE
DATA
CLOCK Q11
VDD
VSS
C730
0.022
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
INPUT/OUTPUT EXPANDER
R741
R740
R739
R738
R737
+B
F_MUTE
LED705
LED704
LED703
LED702
LED701
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
333GTH2 REV
333GTH2 REW
333GTH2 STOP
333GTH2 FF
333GTH2 PLAY
+B
+B
0V
R771
100
R774
150
1 2 3
0V
0V
Q706
GR
R767 KTC3199
R772
82
1K
C709
100/10
R790
100
+B
+B
+B
R791
1.2K
R768
10K
R792
22
ZD710
MTZJ6.2C
0V
RX701
C732
0.022
R769
10K
R773
100
R770
1K
R775
2.2K
0V
0V
Q710
2SD468C
D707
ZD701
MTZJ3.9B 1SS133
C731
47/25
1
+B
C733
10/16
C706
0.01
C707
3.3/50
3
D706
1SS133
R763 5V2
1K
0V
Q704
KRC102 M
C708
0.01
D705
1SS133
4.8V
Q705
KTC3199 GR
R766
100K
L701
100µH
D708
1SS133
+B
D709
1SS133
5V BACK UP
+B
R765
3.3K
R726
1K
TUNING
UP/TIME
RD35
RD34
RD33
12K
5.6K
3.9K
SW737 SW738 SW739 SW740
RD32
2.2K
SW736
REVERSE
MODE
VOLUME EQUALIZER
DOWN
/DEMO
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
+B
+B
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
TUN_SD
TUN_SM
TUN_MUTE
HP_LCH
HP_RCH
HP_SW
A_GND
TUN_DO
TUN_CE
TUN_DI
TUN_CLK
MAIN_SCK
MAIN_S0
MAIN_S1
CLEAR
MAIN_STB
D_5V
D_GND
M_12V
S MUTE
POWER
VF2
–VP
VF1
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
RD27
RD26
5.6K
3.9K
SW729 SW730
FWD
DISPLAY
MODE
RD21
12K
SW723 SW724
DOLBY
PRO LOGIC REC
/BYPASS
PAUSE
STOP
RD31
1.8K
ASPM
RD20
5.6K
SW721
RD25
2.2K
SW728
+B
P34/TI2 39
P33/ 40
TI1
R728
10K
RD19
3.9K
X-BASS
PTY./TI
SEARCH
EON
C726-C721:150P
XL701 C703
4.19MHz 15P
C704
18P
R720 1K
R721 1K
R722 1K
RD14
RD13
RD12
12K
5.6K
3.9K
SW713 SW714 SW715 SW716
CENTER
MODE
/NORMAL
RD29
RD30
1K
1.2K
SW733 SW734
45 44 43 42 41
POWER
RD18
2.2K
SW719
RD17
1.8K
VOLUME
UP
P32/TO2
P30/TO0
P31/TO1
P35/PCL
32 XT2
VSS
33
X1
34
X2
35
CE
36
DI
37
CL
38
R716
R717
R718
R719
C729
47/16
P37
P36/BUZ
P03/INTP3/CI0
VIDEO
/AUX
TAPE
CENTER
MODE
/PHANTOM
+B
P14/ANI4
P15/ANI5
P16/ANI6
AVSS
P17/ANI7
KEY-3
P13/
ANI3 25
KEY-2
P12/
ANI2 26
KEY-1
P11/ANI1 27
KEY-0
P10/ANI0 28
AVDD
AVDD 29
AVREF
AVREF 30
P04
P04/XT1 31
XT2
P02/INTP2
TUNER
/BAND
RD22
RD23
1K
1.2K
SW725 SW726
VSS
R727
1K
RD11
2.2K
SW712
RD16
1.2K
SW718
20 21 22 23 24
R
RD09
RD10
1.2K
1.8K
SW710 SW711
C710
220/10
TUN_SM
TUN_SD
CD
RD15
1K
TIMER
/SLEEP
CLOCK
RD08
1K
SW709
+B
+B
R714
R715
RD02
RD03
1.2K
1.8K
SW702 SW703
RD01
1K
SW701
10K
1.8K
10K
C715
0.022
R779
R780
R781
3
CNS701
FLAT CABLE(263)
CNP701
7
TO MAIN PWB
P25 7-H
8
9
10
Figure 29 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (8/13)
– 29 –
11
12
CD-C471H
+
2 Ch
IC901
STK40704
POWER AMP.
Ch2
R915
220K
R905
1K
C903
1/50
GND
15
0V
14
–0.1V
13
–0.1V
C923
120P
C915 R921
120P 10K
C916
15P
R924 C924
15P
1K
12
–32V
11
–0.1V
33.6V
10
H:ON
L:OFF
Q90
KRC
R907
1K
30.6V
R910
2.2K
R902
68K
C902
220P
R903
15K
R904
68K
C905
220P
30.7V
R901
15K
–33V
C912
R913 100/50
100
9
C977
1000/6.3
D902
R962
1SS133
820
R916
R917
1K
C917 56K
47/50
0V
R912 C911
100 100/50
C907
10/50
C901
1/50
8
R918
470
R922
470 R923
56K
C918
47/50
Ch2
Out
7
–0.1V
Ch1
Out
6
0V
5
0V
+Vcc
4
0V
–Vcc
35.4V
–35.4V
–Vcc
3
–35.4V
2
–
1
C904
10/50
B
–
+
A
Ch1
30V
2
R914
15K
Q901
KTA1268 GR
3
3.8V
0V
0V 1
R911
10K
0.3V
C963
0.022
CENTER
R925
C919
0.0015 1K
C920
0.0015
C922 R926
1/50 1K
C913
0.001
1
R9
10
C939
0.001
C93
220/
C928
47/35
–B
CHASSIS
GND
R920 R919
33K 33K
A_GND
R929 R928
180 180
C921
1/50
REAR
3
0V
C927
47/35
C
R9
18K
D
C909
2200/50
C9
0.0
R963
680
C910
2200/50
+B
18.4V
7.3V (CD)
12.3V
CD_GND
D_GND
A_GND
Q825
KTC3199 GR
12.4V
18.4V
M_GND
+12V (M)
C826
47/25
+12V (M)
1
R827
R828
1K
33K
+12V (A)
VF2
CNP803
C820
0.022
R838
10K
G
6.9V
7.5V
+B2
R835
560
18.4V
D804
RL104A
GND3
7.6V
Q822
KTC3199 GR
R820
47
D820
1SS133
C823
47/25
D822
D823
RL104A RL104A
F832
T500mA L 250V
18.4V
8.2V
R824
560
ZD820
MTZJ8.2C
VF1
ZD801
Q820
2SD2012
–VP
3
C803
VF1
D803
RL104A
2
D824
1SS133
R826
33
D
TS
C801
2200/50
Q827
KRA107M
R801
12K
C802
100/35
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
11.6V
+B
R802
220
10
FRONT_L
C829
4700/25
11
Q824
2SD2012
A_GND
C824
0.022
12
FRONT_R
C831
10/50
CNS803
P25 12-G
TO MAIN PWB
13
ZD822
MTZJ13C
REAR_OUT
15
14
R825 13V
33
Q826 13.3V
KTC3199 GR
R829
1K
CENTER_OUT
STANDBY
Q823
2SD2012
C827
47/25
16
13V
R836
22K
17
POWER
R837
22K
18
18.2V
–15V
C825
22/25
19
F
12.4V
+B
20
C828
47/25
E
R
2
–VF
VF2
R8
4.7
POWER PWB-B
H
CHASSIS
GND
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
1
2
3
4
Figure 30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (9/13)
– 30 –
5
6
C978
47/50
C934
0.1
(ML)
C935
0.1
(ML)
R934
4.7
1.2V
R933
10K
39
01
26.2V
14
13
0V
2.3V
12
0V
11
28.1V
10
C933
220/35
1
2
–
+
IC951
LA4450
POWER AMP.
H:ON
L:OFF
1.2V
9
8
+
–
C938
47/35
C932
0.001
3
4
5
6
7
0V
R932
18K
R945
6.8
R947
6.8
R948
6.8
C947
0.022
C951
0.022
C955
0.022
C957
0.022
C948
0.022
C952
0.022
C956
0.022
C958
0.022
C942 C944
47/50 1000/25
14.9V
0V
R941
270
(1/2W)
0V
14.9V
26.2V
R942
270
(1/2W)
C943
47/50
C941
0.022
C817
4.7/50
R944
4.7
R946
4.7
C953
0.022
C954
0.022
C949
0.1
(ML)
C950
0.1
(ML)
L904
R949 0.29µH
4.7
C959
0.1
(ML)
C960
0.1
(ML)
–28.3V
CHASSIS
GND
C973
0.022
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CNP802
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
8
D809
RL104A
1
1
2
2
SO801
INPUT
AC230V50Hz
L801
CORE
AC POWER
CORD
9
10
CNS802
C809 C810
0.22 0.22
–34.9V
Q801
KTA1266 GR
D807
D808
RL104A
RL104A
C813
100/50
C804
R806 47/50
2.2K
–28.9V
C803
ZD801
MTZJ6.2A 47/50
R803
220
R805
100
12K
C802
100/35
220
ZD802
MTZJ30B
FRONT
6 OHMS
MIN.
R-CH
6
F804
T4A L 250V
F805
T1.6A L 250V
C812
100/50
D805
RL104A
L-CH
C972
0.022
TF801
1
C811
47/50
04
04A
CENTER
4 OHMS
MIN.
T801
POWER TRANSFORMER
4
F803
T3.15A L 250V
C806 C805
0.047 0.047
(ML) (ML)
8.4V
D806
RL104A
REAR
8 OHMS
MIN.
R-CH
R973
68
D827
1SS133
R807
F802
10K
T3.15A L 250V
C808
0.22
35.3V
03
104A
R951
4.7
5
D802
TS4B04GM-1
L-CH
4
3
2
1
R972
68
–35.3V
29.1V
10
9
8
7
6
5
C971
0.0022
C965 C967
0.022 0.001
C966
0.022
C807
0.22
D801
TS6B04GM-1
L902
0.29µH
CNP801
1
R943
6.8
SO901
SPEAKER
TERMINAL
29.2V
3
0V
R937
4.7
Q903
KRC107 M
2
3V
M
M901
FAN MOTOR
CNS801
0V 1
F902
T4A L 250V
C970
0.022
3
3.8V
C936
0.1
(ML)
C937
0.1
(ML)
2
L901
0.29µH
C945
2200/25
H:ON
L:OFF
Q902
KRC107 M
1
R968
0V
1K
R967
68K
L903
0.29µH
F901
T4A L 250V
6.4V
0V
C979
10/50
R966
15K
R964
4.7K
R965
4.7K
D903
1SS133
1
2
+
CNP804
R969
68
(1/2W)
+B
Q905
KTC3199 GR
FM SIGNAL
CNS804
CD-C471H
When Servicing, pay attention
as the area enclosed by this
line (
) is directly
connected with AC main
voltage.
11
12
R804
4.7
7
8
9
10
Figure 31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (10/13)
– 31 –
11
12
CD-C471H
A
VD301-1
KV1236Z23F
10/16
0.022
0.001
C365
C366
0.022
C362
3.3/50
C361
9.4V
(0V)
C381
12P
(CH)
C382
15P
(CH)
(1.2V)
12.1V
C384
0.001
(12.1V)
0V 2
3
12.1V
1
R374
1K
R397
1K
Q362
KRA107 M
C387
0.022
C385
0.01
D352
1SS133
R373
1K
+B
R371
1K Q371
KTA1266 GR
H
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 18.
3
7 STEREO
R377
47K
+B
G
2
6 SD
R
1K
L351
100µH
4 DI
R372 5 CL
1K
AIN 19
6 DO PD 18 R379
2.2K
7 FM VDD 17
R382
150
VSS 21
AOUT 20
C394
47/16 C392
0.001
R381 C393 R380
10K 1/50 1.5K
2
R347
6.8K
0V
+B
MW+B
1
C354
0.022
C353
0.022
CF352
4 IN
C350
0.022
C352
10/16
5 GND
VSM 20
AM LOW
CUT 19
FM/AM
OUT 18
AM IF
AM RF 21
IN
3 REG
FM
AFC 22
MIX AM OSC 23
2 AM
OUT
IN
IF
1 FM
AM OSC 24
IN
OUT
R351
IC303
5.6K
LA1832
FM IF DET/
FM MPX/AM IF
R336
4.7K
R337
470
2
T351
AM IIF
C397
0.022
1 X IN X OUT 22
L342
2.2µH
FE301
FM FRONTEND
3
R349
33
IC302
LC72131
PLL (TUNER)
CF301
R344
470
1
R348
680
2
C341
0.022
C
1/
+B
X352
4.5MHz
ANT
GND
GND
VCC
F
L
C380
10/16
R346
330
VT 4
F OUT 3
GND 2
8
7
6
5
R369
82
C321
100/16
FM
75ohms
SO301
ANTENNA
TERMINAL
2
R345
4.7K
R301
330
C347
0.022
E
0V
IF OUT 1
C301
0.001
C346
0.022
SHASSIS
GND
C345
0.022
C337
0.022
C338
0.001
L
R
2
R352
1K
1
3
C351
0.022
0V
CF302
1
3
R334
5.6K
(0.7V)
Q304
KTC3199 GR
R335
100K
T305
LW OSC.
R333
5.6K
Q303
KTC3199 GR
0V
D304
1SS133
L353
1mH
0V(0.7V)
0V
C324
27P
(UJ) C325
220P
D303
1SS133
0V
C328
0.022
L341
BALUN
R324
VD301-2
KV1236Z23F 100K
C336 R332
C335
470P 100K
18P
(CH)
C326
18P
(CH)
C329
33P
D
SHASSIS
GND
R331
5.6K
Q301
2SC380 O
FM IF AMP.
MW/LW
LOOP
ANTENNA
FM MUTE
LEVEL
0V
0V
(0V) 0.8V
MW
OSC.
CNP301
1
2
(0.7V)
C327
680P
R323
T306 68K
D302
1SS133
C334
18P (UJ)
C
C339
22P
(CH)
R358
8.2K
VR351
10K(B)
+B
C323
0.022
D301
1SS133
C342
0.022
Q302
KTC3199 GR
0V
3 CE
LW ANT.
C333
22P (CH)
SHASSIS
GND
C322
6.8P (CH)
C302
0.001
C363
C343
33P
T301
C364
0.022
C332
0.022
FM IN 16
8 MW
AM IN 15
9 FM
14
10 MO/ST 13
IF IN 12
11 ST IND
T302
B
R319
100K
C331
0.047
C330
10P
(UJ)
MW ANT.
4
Figure 32 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (11/13)
– 32 –
5
6
R
8
CD-C471H
QT21
KTC3199 GR
0.7V (0V)
C358
1/50
C355
22P
RT49
390
+B
LT21
2.2µH
RT51 1K
RT52 1K
RT53 1K
RT54 1K
LT22
2.2µH
XT21
CT27
4.332MHz 22P
(CH)
VDDD 14
XIN 13
12 XOUT
11
VSSD 15
16
9
10
17
SYNC 18
RDS-ID 19
CT28
47/10
CT29
0.022
8 T2
7 T1
5 FLOUT
DO 20
TP TP
RT21
100K
4 VSSA
CL 21
RT29
1K
CT21
47/10
+B
+B
ZDT21
MTZJ5.1B
C356
0.001
CT23
10/16
MUTING
0V
Q354
KTC3199 GR
R354
3.9K
RT48
390
CT24
0.022
0V
C370
1/50
100/10
C398
C357 R355
2.2/50 3.3K
R367 C375
1K 3.3/50
R368
33K
R366
10K
1 VREF SYR 24
2 MPXIN CE 23
DI 22
3 VDDA
R-CH 15
OUT
L-CH 14
OUT
PHASE
12
MO/ST 13
(FM/AM)
MPX 17
VCO
MPX 16
IN
10 IF OUT
11 PHASE
9 VCC
0.022
C399
C354
0.022
CF351
R353
270
ICT21
LC72720
RDS DECORDER
0.7V
(0V)
RT35
220K
RT26
1K
RT28
1K
TP
6 CIN
RT33
56K
R362
470
0V
D353
1SS133
R356
1K
C368
1/50
MUTING
Q353
KTC3199 GR
R365
10K
0V
8 FM
DET
7 STEREO
CT26
22P
(CH)
CT25
560P
CT22
0.022
+B
ZD351
MTZJ5.1B
+B
L352
C396
100µH 100/10
R393
1K
77
7K
R378
82K
C395
0.022
R392
390 +B
+B
+B
R391
390
Q360
KTA1266 GR
R384
5.6K
R360
4.7K
FM SIGNAL
12.1V
11.3V
(12.1V)
R385
5.6K
R376
1K
R359
1.8K
R395
47K
11.3V
(0V)
IF IN 12
11 ST IND
C386
330P
AM SIGNAL
R383
5.6K
R370
1K
C391
47/16
+B
(0V)
3.9V
3 0V
(3.6V)
R387
22K
ZD352
MTZJ3.9B
+B
SM
SD
R
L
TUN MUTE
A GND
A+12V
DI
CE
DO
CLK
D GND
0V1
2
Q361
KRC107 M
MPX PHASE
12
11
10
D351
1SS133
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
OUT 18
6 SD
C372
1/50
RT30
1K
R363
2.2K
C371R361
1/50 470
C367
1/50
RT36
220K
CT43
10/16
TP
LOW PASS
FILTER
R350
2.7K
2V
(0V)
RT37
220K
R364
2.2K
L354
TUNER PWB-H
5.2V
(0V)
C373
0.033
X351
456KHz
R357 470K
C369 27P
C374 0.033
CT37
0.022
RT32
10K
2.6V
(0V)
CT36
0.022
RT34
56K
CNP303
CNP303
TO MAIN PWB
P24 5-H
7
8
9
10
Figure 33 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (12/13)
– 33 –
11
12
CD-C471H
A
B
C
D
E
IC1
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 2.4V
2 2.4V
3 2.5V
4 2.5V
5 2.4V
6 2.5V
7 2.5V
8 2.5V
9 2.5V
10 2.4V
11 2.5V
12 2.5V
13 2.5V
14 2.5V
15 2.5V
16 2.5V
17 2.5V
18 2.5V
19 2.5V
20 2.4V
21 2.5V
22 0V
23 2.5V
24 2.5V
25 2.5V
26 2.5V
27 2.5V
28 2.5V
29 2.5V
30 2.2V
31 2.2V
32 0V
33 0V
34 4.8V
35 4.8V
36 0V
37 0V
38 4.8V
39 0V
40 0V
41 1.5V
42 2.4V
43 2.5V
44 2.4V
45 0V
46 2.5V
47 2.5V
48 0V
49 0V
50 2.4V
51 4V
52 4V
53 0V
54 0V
55 4.8V
56 4.8V
57 2.5V
58 2.5V
59 1V
60 1V
61 2.2V
62 4.2V
63 0V
64 4.8V
IC3
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 2.5V
2 2.5V
3 0V
4 2.5V
5 2.5V
6 2V
7 2V
8 0V
9 0V
10 0V
11 0V
12 2V
13 2V
14 2.5V
15 2.5V
16 0V
17 4.7V
18 0V
19 0.7V
20 4.7V
21 2.5V
22 2.5V
23 2.5V
24 2V
25 2V
26 0V
27 0V
28 0V
29 0V
30 1.8V
31 1.8V
32 2.5V
33 2.5V
34 0V
35 0V
36 0V
IC2
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0V
4 0V
5 1.9V
6 4.8V
7 0V
8 0V
9 2.5V
10 2.5V
11 0V
12 0V
13 0V
14 4.8V
15 0V
16 0V
17 4.8V
18 4.8V
19 0V
20 0V
21 2.5V
22 0V
23 4.8V
24 0V
25 0V
26 0V
27 0V
28 0V
29 0V
30 4.8V
31 2.5V
32 0V
33 0V
34 0V
35 4.8V
36 4.5V
37 2V
38 0V
39 0V
40 2V
41 4.5V
42 4.8V
43 4.8V
44 2.2V
45 2.1V
46 0V
47 0V
48 2.2V
49 0V
50 2.4V
51 0V
52 2.4V
53 0V
54 0V
55 0V
56 4V
57 4V
58 4V
59 0V
60 2.5V
61 2.4V
62 0V
63 0V
64 0V
IC81
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 6.4V
3 1V
4 0V
5 6.5V
6 6.5V
7 6.5V
8 2.9V
9 0V
( ):AM
OTHER:FM(ST)
F
G
IC302
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 2.6V
2 0V
3 0V
4 0V
5 4.8V
6 0.5V(5V)
7 0.3V(12.3V)
8 12V(0V)
9 0.4V(0V)
10 4V(0V)
11 5.1V(5.1V)
12 0V
13 0V
14 0V
15 0V(2.5V)
16 2.5V(0V)
17 5.1V
18 0.9V
19 0.9V
20 1.9V(1.1V)
21 0V
22 2.6V
IC201
PIN VOLTAGE
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
NO.
41 4.9V
1 0V
42 4.9V
2 4.9V
43 5.4V
3 0V
44 4.9V
4 4.9V
4.9V
45 4.9V
5
46 4.9V
6 0V
47 4.8V
7 0V
48 0V
8 4.9V
9 4.9V
49 0V
50 12.3V
10 4.9V
51 12.3V
11 0V
52 4.9V
12 0V
53 0V
13 0V
14 4.8V
54 4.9V
55 0V
15 0V
56 5.2V
16 0V
17 4.8V
57 0V
58 0V
18 3.5V
59 0V
19 0V
60 0V
20 0V
61 4.9V
21 0V
22 5.2V
62 4.9V
63 4.9V
23 5.2V
64 4.9V
24 0V
25 0V
65 4.9V
26 0V
66 4.9V
27 0V
67 5.2V
28 0V
68 5.2V
29 4.9V
69 4.8V
30 4.9V
70 4.9V
31 5.2V
71 0V
0V
32
72 0V
33 0V
73 0V
34 2.3V
74 0V
35 2.3V
75 0V
36 4.9V
76 4.9V
37 4.9V
77 0V
38 4.9V
78 0V
39 4.9V
79 0V
40 0V
80 4.9V
IC303
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 2.2V
2 5.1V
3 2.2V
4 2.2V
5 0V
6 5.0V
7 5.1V
8 2.9V(3.6V)
9 5.1V
10 3.5V(0.3V)
11 3.9V(1.9V)
12 3.9V(1.2V)
13 4.0V
14 1.4V
15 1.4V
16 2.2V
17 2.4V(0V)
18 2.4V(0.9V)
19 0V(1.9V)
20 0.9V(0.9V)
21 2.5V(2.1V)
22 2.5V(2.1V)
23 5.1V(5.1V)
24 3.6V(3.6V)
ICT21
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 2.6V(0.2V)
2 2.6V(0V)
3 5.2V(0V)
4 0V(0V)
5 2.6V(0V)
6 2.6V(0V)
7 0V(0V)
8 0V(0V)
9 0V
10 0V
11 0V
12 2.6V(0V)
13 2.7V(0V)
14 5.2V(0V)
15 0V(0V)
16 0V
17 0V
18 0V
19 0V(0.6V)
20 0V(5V)
21 4.8V(4.8V)
22 0V(0V)
23 0V(0V)
24 0V(0V)
( ):CD NORMAL REC
OTHER:CD NORMAL PLAY
IC101
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0.6V
4 2.8V
5 0V
6 0V(1.3V)
7 0V
8 0.6V
9 2.8V
10 2.8V
11 0V
12 0V
13 5.8V
14 3.6V
15 0V
16 2.8V
17 0.6V
18 0V
19 0V
20 0V
21 2.8V
22 0.6V
23 0V
24 0V
2
IC601
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 5V
2 5V
3 4.9V
4 4.8V
5 5V
6 4.9V
7 4.8V
8 5V
9 4.8V
10 4.8V
11 5V
12 4.9V
13 4.8V
14 5V
15 4.9V
16 5V
17 5V
18 4.9V
19 5V
20 5V
21 5V
22 5V
23 4V
24 –0.1V
25 –0.1V
26 0V
27 5V
28 5V
29 5V
30 4.9V
31 5V
32 5V
33 4.9V
34 5V
35 4.8V
36 4.9V
37 5V
38 4.8V
39 4.9V
40 5V
41 4.8V
42 4.9V
43 5V
44 4.8V
45 4.9V
46 5V
47 5V
48 4.9V
49 5V
50 5V
51 5V
52 5V
53 5V
54 5V
55 5V
56 10V
57 5V
58 5V
59 5V
60 5V
61 5V
62 5V
63 5V
64 4.9V
IC701
PIN VOLTAGE
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
NO.
41 0V
1 –28.4V
42 0V
2 –28.4V
43 4.9V
3 –28.4V
44 0V
4 –28.4V
–28.4V
45 0V
5
46 4.8V
6 –28.4V
47 4.7V
7 –28.4V
48 0V
8 4.85V
9 4.85V
49 0V
50 0V
10 0V
51 0V
11 4.75V
52 4.9V
12 0V
53 4.9V
13 3.3V
14 4.7V
54 –22V
55 –28.2V
15 0V
56 –18.9V
16 0V
17 5.0V
57 –31.3V
58 –31.3V
18 4.8V
59 –31.3V
19 4.8V
60 –25.1V
20 0V
61 –15.9V
21 4.8V
22 4.8V
62 –22.2V
63 –22.2V
23 4.8V
64 –18.9V
24 4.8V
25 4.8V
65 –13.0V
26 4.8V
66 –31.3V
27 4.8V
67 –28.2V
28 3.1V
68 –31.3V
29 4.9V
69 –19.0V
30 4.8V
70 –31.3V
31 0V
71 –31.4V
4.8V
32
72 –31.3V
33 0V
73 –31.3V
34 2.3V
74 –31.3V
35 2.1V
75 –31.3V
36 0V
76 –22.1V
37 0V
77 –28.4V
38 0V
78 –28.4V
39 0V
79 –28.4V
40 0V
80 –28.4V
IC561
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0V
4 –11.7V
5 0V
6 0V
7 0V
8 6.4V
IC651
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0V
4 –13.2V
5 0V
6 0V
7 0V
8 11.0V
IC562
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0V
4 –11.7V
5 0V
6 0V
7 0V
8 6.4V
IC681
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 5.6V
2 5.6V
3 5.6V
4 0V
5 5.5V
6 5.6V
7 5.6V
8 11.1V
IC901
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 –35.4V
2 –35.4V
3 35.4V
4 0V
5 0V
6 0V
7 0V
8 –33V
9 33.6V
10 –0.1V
11 –0.1V
12 –32V
13 –0.1V
14 –0.1V
15 0V
IC702
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 1.0V
3 1.0V
4 1.0V
5 0V
6 1.8V
7 1.8V
8 1.8V
9 10.6V
10 9.1V
11 1.8V
12 9.1V
13 1.8V
14 9.4V
15 9.3V
16 10.8V
17 0V
18 4.8V
IC951
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 26.2V
2 14.9V
3 0V
4 0V
5 14.9V
6 26.2V
7 29.2V
8 1.2V
9 0V
10 28.1V
11 0V
12 2.3V
13 0V
14 1.2V
IC563
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 0V
2 0V
3 0V
4 –11.7V
5 0V
6 0V
7 0V
8 6.4V
H
1
IC451
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 5.6V
2 5.6V
3 5.5V
4 0V
5 5.6V
6 5.6V
7 5.6V
8 11.1V
IC501
PIN VOLTAGE
NO.
1 4.7V
2 4.7V
3 4.7V
4 4.7V
5 4.7V
6 4.7V
7 4.7V
8 9.4V
9 4.7V
10 4.7V
11 4.7V
12 4.7V
13 4.7V
14 4.7V
15 4.7V
16 4.7V
17 0V
18 9.4V
19 2.5V
20 0.6V
21 –0.1V
22 4.7V
23 4.7V
24 4.7V
25 4.7V
26 4.7V
27 4.7V
28 4.7V
29 4.7V
30 4.7V
31 5V
32 2.3V
33 –0.1V
34 4V
35 –0.1V
36 3.6V
37 –0.1V
38 4V
39 0V
40 4.7V
41 4.8V
42 0V
43 4.7V
44 4.7V
45 4.7V
46 4.7V
47 4.7V
48 4.7V
49 4.7V
50 4.7V
51 5.4V
52 4.7V
53 5.4V
54 4.6V
55 4.6V
56 4.6V
57 3.7V
58 3.5V
59 3.4V
60 5.4V
61 4.8V
62 5.4V
63 4.7V
64 4.7V
3
4
Figure 34 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (13/13)
– 34 –
5
6
CD-C471H
DISPLAY PWB-A2
C731
SW701
ON/STUND-BY
R775
C726
R736
LED706
RD20
41 40
L701
R770 C708
R727
R726
C704
IC701
20
LED707
15
70
75
LED709
10
5
80 1
SW737
REV
SW719
CENTER MODE
/NORMAL
R743
R708
R707
R706
R705
R704
R703
R702
R701
B
C
E
RD15
SW718
CENTER MODE
/PHAMTOM
SW728
STOP
R739
LED701
C725
SW729
FWD
SW734
EQUALIZER
DEMO
R735
RD24
R737
C716
C712
2
1
RD34
R742
C723
R710
R709
LED711
RD32
RD30
R741
R711 RD17 R733
LED708
SW738
REW/
PRESET
DOWN
R716
55
60
64
65
25
24
RD18 RD19
30
RD27
R740
SW723
REC
PAUSE
SW721
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
/BYPASS
35
50
1
RD26
SW730
FF/
PRESET
UP
RD23
SW739
CD/TAPE 1
EDIT
RX701
1
2
3
C710
RD35
R744
R773
SW707
DISC SKIP
SW736
REVERSE
MODE
C715
RD07
SW740
BEAT CANCEL
(TAPE 1 EDIT)
SW733
VOLUME
DOWN
R734
SW708
OPEN/
CLOSE
RD22
C724
9
SW725
VOLUME
UP
FW701-2
1
5
SW726
X-BASS
C730
IC702
15
10
C729
18
D707
1
1
7
8
FW701-1
9
10
Figure 35 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (1/8)
– 35 –
11
12
P36 1-B
CNP701
CNS701
RD21
XL701
45
R777
RD06
SW731
MEMORY
/SET
RD29
SW706
DISC 3
C703
LED710
SW705
DISC 2
R772
Q701
RD05
SW703
TIMER/
SLEEP
C722
Q705
C701
RD04
R732
R776
SW704
DISC 1
SW724
TUNING UP
/TIME
Q710
C733
R767
E C B
R778
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
RD03
E C B
R765
C732
Q706 Q704
C707
D708
R728
RD01
RD14
1
R771 2
3
E C B
R720
R721
R722
R729
41
40
R766
C713
FL701
SWICH PWB-A3
SW713
EON
D706
R768
C702
RD12
C706
R763
RD31 RD33
SW716
DISPLAY/MODE
RD13
RD28
PINK
SW715
ASPM
24
RD25
PK
SW702
CLOCK
SW714
PTY./TI
SEARCH
LED704
BLACK
LED702
WHITE
BK
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
R738
WH(W)
R792
C721
RD02
GRAY
LED705
GY
R731
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
SW732 5
TUNING
DOWN 3
/TIME
1
R791
LED703
VIOLET
2
R715
R714
R713
R712
BLUE
VL
FLAT CABLE(263)
C734
5
R717
R718
BL
RD10
D705
GREEN
RD09
C709
GR
RD08
D709
YELLOW
R774
YL
R719
ORANGE
R781
R780
R749
R779
RD16
RED
OR
SW712
VIDEO/AUX
R790
RD(R)
JK700
HEAD PHONE
1
3
4
C735
1
2
SW711
TAPE
SW710
TUNER
(BAND)
SW709
CD
ZD710
BROWN
RD11
ZD701
R769
BR
TO MAIN PWB
COLOR TABLE
CD-C471H
IC562
E C B
2
R685
C683
B
C210
R221
R217
R280
R265
R211
R209
R212
24
C609
D605
13
C205
15
C203
17
D6
19
21
R611
23
R139
C143
C128
C133
C145
C142
C140
R158
R146
R140
R136
R135
L102
R155
Q122
C129
E
C
B
R156
Q121
B
C
E
C136
R153
C130
C144
R132
E
C
B
Q118
R124
E
C
B
C110
R142
R138
C1
R134
C147
13
C134
C122
R111
R126
R112
C604
R143
R131
R125
R123
C112
C105
1
6
R145
C139
C146
15
L108
C114
C120
B
BI601
R137
IC101
20
C118
R122
B
R141
C141
10
Q105
E
C
CNS303
C135
C116
R105
E
C
C127
C121
R119 C111
R117
24
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4
B C E
L101
12
C113
R120
7
R103
Q106
C119
R121
C117
L107
C102
R101
C115
R102
1
R191
Q103
R104
22
R613
11
C603
RM15
C155
C109
R106
20
R615
DM03
RM19
RM20
6
Q104
Q110
E
C
B
R113
3
3
5
R118
B C E
Q109
2
R210
R208
R207
R206
R205
R271
R202
RM14
RM05
RM16
4
R192
R193
2
R114
1
3
C106
Q111
1
2
CNP102
C162
R115
C152
R166
1
C151
18
9
Q117
5
C107
R168
L104
C163
L103
R160
B
C
E
B
C
E
Q107
R167
RD
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
1
R107
Q108
C150
CNS102
CNS11
2
R108
R162
R170
Q124
Q128
TO HEAD PWB
P38 2-F
3
R110
Q130
R213
R617
BI201
CNP101
R109
B C E
14
16
1
C108
B
C
E
12
R214
R219
C101
Q129
F
E
C
B
R215
QM03
RM09
CM01
RM10
B
C
E
1
B
C
E
1
14
C161 R147
R171
B
QM05
RM08
WTM1
B
C
E
RM07
DM02
Q126
R164
E
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
QM02
RM12
1
3
2
RM06
80
R263
R277
R216
10
R619
C601
5
7
8
R261
R262
5
C605
R218
75
R260
3
6
10
C607
70
R259
4
C207
15
65
1
2
R220
C204
64
C615
C611
R222
24
20
R154
R258
IC201
CNP701
R257
D609
R244
30
25
60
R256
R272
TO TAPE
MECHANISM
P38 1-E
CNP11
35
55
R255
R274
CNS101
TO CD SERVO PWB
P39 9-G
R233
50
R254
13
1
2
3
4
5
5
R671
C206
45
R276
RM11
G
C
R266
C202
CNPM1
TO TAPE MECHANISM PWB
P38 3-A
FWM1
E
Q671
C689
Q
R675
C695
1
IC681
R689
R687
3
R253
C156
CNP12
TO CD SERVO PWB
P39 11-G
D
C
C
C681
R681
D604
41 40
RD
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
C684
C693
R686
R680
R672
CNS12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
E C B
R682
4
D608
XL201
Q674
C682
7
5
C685
R227
R232
R238
R203
R264
8
6
C686
R683
R237
R240
C698
R688
C688
C680
R225
R226
R224
R230
R228
C252
C687
R674
R690
C690
R684
D210
C201
R247
R695
R692
C691
R694
C694
C562
R693
R560
R691
R555
D556
R580
C251
C555
R696
R279
C250
C692
R561
C568
R566
D201
C566
L201
R578
D554
D551
C564
CNP701
D552
R235
R246
R574
D209
R234
24
R573
R553
C567
R554
1
R564
CNS803
C556
3
2
C553
R245
R243
E
4
1
R242
R241
C
5
R572
R576
TO DISPLAY PWB
P35 11-B
DZ551
2
C551
B
3
R570
1 2 3 4
R575
R229
1
6
5
4
7
C561
2
R562
6
8
R567
R568
7
R559
C559
C563
3
C554
R558
R569
D558
C560
R552
C558
4
D557
C569
8
R565
5
C557
1
6
R556 R557
R551
R563
FLAT CABLE(263)
7
IC561
LUG1
TO TAPE
MECHANISM
C552
R571
8
IC563
A
(245)
R579
D555
D553
C565
R577
C570
CNP303
TO TUNER PWB
P42 2-C
H
1
2
3
4
Figure 36 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (2/8)
– 36 –
5
6
CD-C471H
TO POWER PWB
P40 2-D
CNP803
7
C459
6
R457
R458
R464
C460
C462
C458
C461
R603
R658
C469
8
C669
R649
IC451
IC651
C652
C657
R639
R631
R678
Q604
C651
5
R461
C485
JK451
SUB WOOFER
E
E
R623
R657
JK452
C673
C664
B
C
Q601
B
C
R644
R645
Q602
C638
C630
4
R460
R601
C645
3
R660
C642
C618
2
C451
C656
C455
R459
R648
L-CH
R653
VIDEO/AUX 2
R656
R-CH
C671
R507
C670
R-CH
C540
R505
C541
C199
SHASSIS
GND
C544
C542
R510
R508
C514
1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
C531
C527
C517
D606
C539
D607
D516
R650
C532
C672
VIDEO/AUX 1
D515
C523
C519
L-CH
R654
C524
C521
R655
C538
C674
R511
R512
R506
R509
C624
C628
R651
C616
R652
C612
R610
R608
C608
C610
C606
C602
C604
C603
C452
R465
C515
CNS303
R632
R463
C663
C614
R612
R611
R646
R676
R647
R673
C643
16
R454
1
R630
C649
C668
C648
5
R620
R606
R604
R602
15
64 1
C676
C601
D601
17
C636
C677
8
R455
R453
R638
R628
C640
60
R613
R697
C644
C646
20
10
R615
7
C453
R456
R636
C666
C634
R617
6
R626
R624
R622
55
R634
R642
30
IC601
50
5
R698
R629
R618
R614
25
R633
R637
R616
45
C655
3
C658
C632
R669
C613
C617
R621
R619
C662
C456
2
C660
B
R662
B
C647
40
48
49
R641
R451
B
C678
B
C661
C
C679
Q675
C
C659
1
4
C665
33 32
35
C611
C609
C
C641
C615
C605
R661
R625
C639
C633
R671
C629
C625
C210
C607
C
C667
B
D605
E
C626
R266
C631
Q671
E
C
E
C637
C695
C683
C635
Q673
R675
C627
E C B
C623
R699
R685
E
D205
R252
C697
C696
C681
E
R659
B
682
R681
Q609
C
R680
R672
D611
E
C682
D610
E C B
E C B
D208
Q674
1
Q672
R674
2
R627
R635
Q676
Q201
3
C698
Q603
R677
D203
D202
R679
C684
R686
C699
R663
C454
R452
C208
D204
D206
D207
R666
C209
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CNS803
R665
DZ201
MAIN PWB-A1
R531
R530
D541
R529
D540
C547
C548
17 16
C537
C536
R504
20
1
X501
32
33
C545
5
30
IC501
35
40
C530
C529
55
C528
48 49
C526
C511
C506
C525
R144
C501
C522
C509
R501
C503
C513
C505
R135
C520
C518
C504
R155
C129
64
C533
C543
R518
R502
C512
C502
C510
R156
BR
BROWN
RD(R)
RED
OR
ORANGE
YL
YELLOW
GR
GREEN
50
C508
C507
R519
1
45
C549
C110
COLOR TABLE
C534
60
C550
8
C535
10
25
R503
L102
15
C516
BL
BLUE
VL
VIOLET
GY
GRAY
WH(W)
WHITE
BK
BLACK
PK
PINK
CNP303
TO TUNER PWB
P42 2-C
7
8
9
10
Figure 37 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (3/8)
– 37 –
11
12
CD-C471H
TO MAIN PWB
P36 1-E
MM1
TAPE MOTOR
WTM1
A
L
H
1
13
FWM1
TAPE MECHANISM PWB-F
SWM4
REC RVS
13
SWM3
REC FWD
1
VRM1
4
CNPM1
TAPE
SPEED
1
FWM2
CNPM2
SWM5
F. A. S
B
SWM6
CAM
PHM1
1
2
4
3
SOLENOID
SOLM1
C
TAPE 1
TAPE 2
PLAYBACK HEAD(254-8)
RECORD/PLAYBACK/ERACE HEAD(254-9)
PK
PICKUP UNIT(306)
BK
WH
D
FLAXIBLE PWB
GY
WH
BK
PK
HEAD PWB-G
BI 102
CNS1A
CNS1B
CNS101
6
1
E
TO MAIN PWB
P36 1-F
CNP101
GY
BL
PK
WH
YL
BK
1
2
3
4
5
WH
YL
BL
PK
BK
WH
3 2 1
GY
RD
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GY
BK
WH
PK
YL
BL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CNS2A
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
COLOR TABLE
TO MAIN PWB
P36 1-G
CNP102
BROWN
R D (R )
RED
OR
ORANGE
YL
YELLOW
GR
GREEN
BL
BLUE
VL
VIOLET
C99
GY
GRAY
C98
WH (W)
WHITE
BK
BLACK
PK
PINK
3 2 1
IC99
3
1
BI99B
JACK PWB-A4
BK
PK
WH
G
CD DIGITAL
OUT
L99
BR
CNS102
WH
YL
BK
BL
PK
BK
WH
CNS2B
F
H
• The numbers 1 to 12 are waveform numbers shown in page 43.
1
2
3
4
Figure 38 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (4/8)
– 38 –
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
CD-C471H
CNS5
SW2
MECHA UP
2
1
SW3
DISC NUMBER
2
1
SENSOR PWB-E
SW1
OPEN/CLOSE
M3
T/T UP/DOWN LOADING
CNS10
OR
BR
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
RD
TAPE
SPEED
CNPM2
SWM5
F. A. S
1
-
SOLENOID
SOLM2
BIM5
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+
6
CD MOTOR PWB-D
1
2
3
4
5
6
CNS3A
1
2
3
4
5
6
SW4
PICK UP IN
CNP3A
RD
WH
GY
WH
GY
WH
1
2
3
4
5
6
M2
SLED MOTOR
+
CNS3B
+
M1
DISC MOTOR
8
C75
6 5 4 3 2 1
R40
C50
C47
C48
55
40
32 33
XL1
49
48
50
45
IC2
C41
C42
R93
R55
R71
CNP99
1 2 3
C43
C53
D81
C83
D82
1413121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
CNP12
11
WH
PK
BK
1 2 3
CNS99
CNP11
9
R51
C38
R53
C24
C56
60
C72
R72
ZD61
1 2 3
L61
R59
R62
R58
C44
C49
C45
30 35
C73
R64
R52
R42
C23
R38
R43
C28
C25
R45
R44
R57
25
B C E
Q51
CNS11
TO MAIN PWB
P36 1-G
7
R90
Q52 R91
R66
C52
Q93
C82
3
2
1
R34
15
20
16
17
R74
C74
C18
D3
Q91
E
C
B
D91
R83
C81
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IC81
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
CNP10
R85
R82
10
R32
C19 R88
R89
R31
C84
C36
R36
R73
R30
R28
1
R63
R61
1 64
R35
D4
35
36
C20
R29
C17 R33
R47
C37
R60
5
R27
C16
5
32 33
C21
R26
C12
10
30
40
30 35
D2
IC3
25
R25
C14
15
25
C46
R50
50 49
45 48
IC1
R23
R24
C13
R22
18
20
15
20
16
17
55
C29
R19
60
10
C22
R20
19
5
R15
C10
R17
R18
R21 C11
R16
R48
CNS2A
C57
1 64
C71
R13
C33
R54
R10
C34
R46
C85
CNP1
C6
C1
C30
C31
R1
C51
C5
R14
C9
CD SERVO PWB-C
D1
C2
R81
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
C3
C15
R87
CNP3
R37
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CNP2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
R9
R11
5
C32
B C E
R80
C35
1
2
3
4
5
R2
C4
R8
R86
CNS1A
BK
WH
PK
YL
BL
3
Q1
C54
C8
R12
C7
9
6
C39
7 12 10 8
4
C40
2
C27
R41
C26
1
10
Figure 39 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (5/8)
– 39 –
CNS12
TO MAIN PWB
P36 1-D
11
12
CD-C471H
POWER PWB-B
DZ802
ZD801
R804
R803
Q801
C804
R806
D806
C811
D809
D803
C812
D808
D807
D824
R828
R827
R802
R801
B C E
R805
B
C802
C803
A
D805
C813
D804
C805
C829
R826
C808
D801
R969
C909
C910
C913
C933
IC951
1 2 3
C943
C918
R912
C911
C912
Q903
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
F
R907
R922
R918
R905
C927
R926
C941
R925
C938
C945
R942
R913
C921
R933
R941
R928
C922
C928
C942
C907
R919
C917
C920
C919
C939
C944
CHASSIS
GND
C807
R932
Q826
D802
R929
R920
E
C
B
R820
C810
Q824
E
C
B
Q823
R825
R901
E
C
B
C809
Q820
Q822
R829
ZD820
D820
C901
B
C
E
R904
C905
R902
C902
R908
E
C
B
R963
R903
C908
C903
C906
E
D822
C823
R838
C831
C817
D827
R963
R807
F802
T3.15A L 250V
F803
T3.15A L 250V
R837
R824
C827
C820
R906
CNS803
TO
MAIN PWB
P37 7-A
C824
C825
CNP803
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
F805
T1.6A L 250V
Q827
B
C
E
C801
3 2 1
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
CNP802
CHASSIS
GND
F804
T4A L 250V
F832
T500mA L 250V
R836
C826
D823
R835
C
Q825
C828
ZD822
C806
R964
1 2 3
C915
Q902
R965
C932
C947
R916
D902
R962
R915
C916
R917
C924
R921
C948
C952
F901
T4A L 250V
L903
R924
L904
R923
C936
C971
C923
R943
R948
R961
L902
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
R945
C966
C958
R947
C957
R946
R944
C973
R972
R973
C955
C956
C965
R949
G
C951
C960
C959
C967
C954
C950
C949
C970
C972
IC901
C953
C9
C934
C
L901
8
7
6
5
4
CENTER
4 OHMS
MIN.
1
2
3
2
F902
T4A L 250V
1
C937
FRONT
6 OHMS
MIN.
SURROUND
8 OHMS
MIN.
H
3
R937
R-CH
L-CH
SO901
SPEAKER
TERMINAL
9
L-CH
10
R-CH
CHASSIS
GND
4
Figure 40 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (6/8)
– 40 –
5
6
CD-C471H
M901
FAN MOTOR
CNS804
YL
YL
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
BR
BR
YL
YL
OR
OR
RD
BL
RD
CNS802
BR
BR
RD 2
BR
1
RD
BL
RD
OR
OR
T801
POWER
TRANSFORMER
RD
C907
C904
1
2
1
2
CNP801
C979
R966
D903
R964
CNS801
BL
965
L801
COLOR TABLE
C934
B
C
E
RED
OR
ORANGE
YL
YELLOW
GR
GREEN
SO801
R934 CNP804
2
1
C978
C935
R937
AC POWER INPUT
230V/50Hz
AC POWER CORD
7
8
9
10
Figure 41 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (7/8)
– 41 –
BROWN
RD(R)
R967
Q901
R968
Q905
C977
E
C
B
R914
R910
BR
R911
R916
D902
R962
4 3 2 1
BL
BLUE
VL
VIOLET
GY
GRAY
WH(W)
WHITE
BK
BLACK
PK
PINK
When Servicing, pay attention
as the area enclosed by this
line (
) is directly
connected with AC main
voltage.
11
12
CD-C471H
TUNER PWB-H
CT24
LT21
CT36
R366
R365
Q354
R384
C351
GRAY
WHITE
BK
BLACK
PK
PINK
TP302
C362
R332
R333
C326
C335
C334
E
R323
C
B
C332
B
C
E
C327
C325
C324
T305
LW OSC.
C337
R335
C328
R331
R347 R348
T301
Q302
D301 C323
D302
X352
SHASSIS
GND
C301
L341
CNP301
G
2
LW ANT.
C333
C331
C339
C381
C394
R349
C397
T302
MW ANT.
VD301-1
C330
C322
Q301
B
C
E
R369
5
6
7
8
C341
CF301
C347
1
2
3
R346
C346
R380
C345
FE301
R381
R379
R344
R345
R301
R336
C385
22
C380
R360
R376
C386
20
1
2
3
4
D304
GY
WH(W)
C367
R358
C343
C336
L342
VIOLET
R374
VL
5
1
C382
TP301
L351
C393
BLUE
15
R378
C392
GREEN
BL
10
IC302
GR
12
C387
YELLOW
11
R371
ORANGE
YL
1
2
3
C364
C363
C361
R319
R397
Q362
OR
R350
C350
3
2
1
C329
T306
MW OSC.
R372
RED
L354
24
Q304
R334
Q303
R337
Q360
E
C
B
R373
F
BROWN
C353
C366
IC303
R353
C352
C365
R351
E
BR
20
C321
Q371
C357
R355 R393
C358
C399
R383
E C B
R324
RD(R)
15
10
FM MUTE
LEVEL
VR351
C384
COLOR TABLE
C368
R357
R356
C369
13
L353
VD301-2
D352
R395 T351
AM IF
C374
R385
D351
R382
R387
C373
X351
1
CF302
ZD352
L352
1 2 3
C391
D
C342
R391
Q361
R352
CF352 1 2 3
C395
SHASSIS
GND
C371
C354
C396
R392
R364
D353
R368
R363
R354
C356
ZD351
E C B
R361
CF35112
C398
C
C370
CNS303
C355
TO MAIN PWB
P36 6-H
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R370
R359
CNP303
RT49
R367
C375
RT51
RT52
RT53
RT54
RT48
LT22
C372
Q353
R377
CT37
E C B
12
CT26
B
E
C
B
RT32
RT33
RT34
QT21
RT21
CT25
10
XT21 13
C302
R362
15
5
ZDT21
RT35
CT27
CT28
RT26
RT36
CT23
CT43 CT21
20
RT28
RT37
1
CT22
24
RT30
RT29
CT29 ICT21
A
C338
B
C
E
SHASSIS
GND
D303
1
SO301
2 1
FM 75 OHMS
MW/LW
LOOP
ANTENNA
H
1
2
3
4
Figure 42 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (8/8)
– 42 –
5
6
CD-C471H
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT
STOP
FOCUS
1
2
PLAY
SERCH
5ms
0.50 V
IC1 20 F.E
5ms
5.0 V
IC1 54 DRF
0.5ms
10.0 V
JP+
7
0.5ms
10.0 V
JP-
8
0.5ms
0.50 V
JP
9
0.5ms
1.00 V
TE
3
1
3
6
PLAY
CUE
0.5ms
1.00 V
HF
NORMAL DISC
TN0=01
4
0.5ms
5.0 V
HFL
1
5
0.5ms
5.0 V
TES
3
3
0.5ms
1.00 V
HF
10
20ms
1.00 V
SPO
11
20ms
2.00 V
CLV+
2
REVIEW
PLAY
TCD-712 (140mm)
TN0=01
4
5
0.5ms
5.0 V
HFL
1
0.5ms
5.0 V
TES
3
6
50ms
10.0 V
JP+
7
50ms
10.0 V
JP-
8
50ms
0.50 V
JP
9
50ms
1.00 V
TE
6
0.5ms
10.0 V
JP+
7
0.5ms
10.0 V
JP-
8
0.5ms
0.50 V
JP
9
0.5ms
1.00 V
TE
6
50ms
10.0 V
JP+
7
50ms
10.0 V
JP-
8
50ms
0.50 V
JP
9
50ms
1.00 V
TE
2
10
50ms
1.00 V
SPO
11
50ms
2.00 V
CLV+
CUE
PLAY
TCD-712
12
5s
100mV
SLD
1
12
0.5s
100mV
SLD
REVIEW
1
– 43 –
CD-C471H
TROUBLESHOOTING (CD SECTION)
When the CD does not function
When the CD section does not operate When the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty,this section may not operate.Clean
the objective lens,and check the playback operation.When this section does not operate even after the above step is taken,check
the following items.
Remove the cabinet and follow the troubleshooting instructions.
"Track skipping and/or no TOC(Table Of Contents) may be caused by build up of dust other foreign matter on the laser pickup lens.
Before attempting any adjustment make certain that the lens is clean. If not, clean it as mentioned below."
Turn the power off.
Gently clean the lens with a lens cleaning tissue and a small amount of isopropyl alcohol.
Do not touch the lens with the bare hand.
• When the turntable fails to stop.
5V
Is from 2.5V
5 V till 0V down pulse (approx. 300 ms) input
0V
No
into the IC201 pin 54 when the turntable is rotating?
Check the SW3 and the wiring from the IC201 pin 54 to the
SW3.
Yes
Is there following voltage input on the IC201 pin 54 in the
specific state?
When the CD mechanism is moved up: 0V
In other states: 5V
No
Check the SW2 MECHA UP SW and the wiring from the
IC201 pin 21 to the SW2 MECHA UP SW.
Yes
Check IC2 pin26 Q91 and Q93 and the periphery.
Yes
IC701 defective.
• When turntable fails to move.
Is there following voltage input on the IC201 pin 54 in the
specific state?
When the CD mechanism is moved up: 0V
In other states: 5V
No
Check the SW2 MECHA UP SW and the wiring from the IC201
pin 54 to the SW2 MECHA UP SW.
Yes
Is L output from the IC2 pin 26 during SEC when the disc skip
switch is pressed?
Check the wiring of IC2 pin 26 and Q93 BASE.
No
OK
Yes
IC2 defective.
Is 4V output from the Q91 emitter during operation stated
above?
No
Yes
Check turntable motor and turntable mechanism.
– 44 –
Check Q91, Q93 and the periphery.
CD-C471H
• When the CD tray fails to open or close.
Is there following voltage input in specific state of IC701 pin 53?
Open state: 0V
Close state: 0V
Intermediate state between open state and close state: 5V
Check the OPEN CLOSE SW and the wiring from the IC701
pin 53 to the OPEN CLOSE SW.
No
Yes
Is H output to IC2 pin 24 or 25 for 7 seconds when the OPEN/
CLOSE key is pressed?IC81 is defective. Replace it.
Check the wiring of the IC2 pins 24 and 25, IC81 pins 1 and 3.
No
OK
IC2 defective.
Yes
Is 4V output between IC81 pins 3 and 7 during operation
stated above?
Check the periphery of IC81.
No
OK
Yes
IC81 defective.
Check the loading motor (M3) and the loading mechanism.
• The CD function will not work.
The CD operating keys don't work.
Yes
Check the CD, DSP, power supply, and 16.93 MHz clock, and
reset terminal.
Yes
Check the waveform of SCK, SO (DATA) and SI (COMM).
Yes
See if the pick-up is in the PICKUP IN SW position.
Focus search is
performed two
times when play
operation is done
without disc.
0.5s
0.50 V
IC1 16 FD
Yes
If the items mentioned above are OK, check the main
microcomputer IC701.
• The CD operating keys work.
0.5s
0.50 V
IC1 7 TE
Check the Focus - HF system.
1
2
Playback can be performed without a disc.
Figure 45
Yes
Does the pick-up move up and down twice?
Yes
Focus search OK
No
Does the output waveform of IC1(16)(FD) match that shown in
Fig. 45?
Check the area around IC3-CNP2.
Yes
No
Check the IC1(50)(CLK) line, 4MHz.
Check the microcomputer data on pins (51)(CL), (52)(DAT)
and (53)CE.
– 45 –
CD-C471H
• Playback can only be performed when a disc is
loaded.
Is the Focus servo active? (Can you hear it working?)
No
Check the laser diode driver.
Check the area around IC1(16) - (21) (focus servo circuit).
No
If the disc is not turning, the DRF
should not change to "H".
Yes
Yes
Does the DRF signal change from "L" to "H"?
Check the spin system.
Yes
Yes
No
Is HF waveform normal (see the Fig. 46-1, 2)?
Check the periphery of
IC1 pins 41 and 42.
Level is abnormal.
Yes
Yes
Check the spin system.
Waveform is unstable.
Check the tracking system.
HF
1.0V/DIV
0.5µsec/DIV(DC)
(When playing
back the disc)
Waveform in case of
normal play-back
0.5s
1.00 V
IC1 16 FD
0.5s
10.0 V
IC2 13 CLV+
2
1
3
0.5s
10.0 V
IC1 54 DRF
4
0.5s
2.00 V
IC1 7 TE
Figure 46-1
Figure 46-2
• Check the tracking system.
Check waveform of IC1 pin 7 (TE).
The waveform shown in Fig.
46-3 appears, and no-disc
state appears soon.
Play is possible in
TEST mode.
Yes
Yes
Data cannot be read.
Tracking servo is
inoperative.
Although IL is possible,
play is impossible.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Check the periphery of IC 1
pin 8 to pin 15, and IC 3 to
CNP2.
Normal jump is impeded,
and the program top
cannot be reached.
Check the VCO-PLL system.
5ms
1.00 V
IC1 7 TE
4
5 ms
5.0 V
IC1 54 DRF
3
Figure 46-3
– 46 –
Yes
Check the periphery
of IC 1 pin 14.
CD-C471H
• Checking the spin system.
Play operation is performed without disc.
Yes
Yes
The turntable rotates a little.
The spin driver circuit is normal.
No
Yes
The turntable fails to rotate or rotates at high speed.
Check the periphery of IC1 pins 23 to 27, pin 39, and pin 40, IC2
pin 12 and pin 13, IC3 to CNP3.
• Checking the VCO-PLL system
Play operation is performed when disc exits.
Yes
Although HF waveform is normal, TOC data cannot be read.
Yes
Check PDO waveform (Fig. 47).
Abnormal
Check the IC1 pins 43 and 44, IC2 pins 3, 5, 7, 10, and 11.
Stop --> Play
As VCO frequency is locked at
4.32 M Hz, voltage
of PDO rises and
stabilizes.
0.5s
1.00 V
IC2 3 PDO
2
0.5s
1.00 V
IC2 16 FD
3
Figure 47
• Although HF waveform is normal and the time
indication is normal, no sound is emitted.
No
Check IC 2 pin 48 (EFLG).
Yes
Check IC2 pins 37, 40.
Abnomal
Check IC 601 and POWER AMP IC 901.
– 47 –
Usually, the number of pulses of flawless disc is 100 pulses/sec
or less.
CD-C471H
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC
IC2 VHiLC78622K-1:Servo/Signal Control(LC78622K) (1/2)
Pin No.
Terminal Name Input/Output
1
DEFI
2
TAI
3
PDO
Output
4
VVSS
—
5
ISET
Input
6
VVDD
—
7
FR
8
VSS
Function
Input
Input terminal of defect detection signal (DEF). (Connected to OV when not used.)
Input
For PLL
Input
—
Input terminal for test. Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
Output terminal of phase comparison for external VCO control.
Ground terminal for integrated VCO. Surely connected to 0V.
Resistance connection terminal for current adjustment of PDO output.
Power terminal for integrated VCO.
VCO frequency range adjustment.
Ground terminal of digital system. Surely connected to 0V.
9
EFMO
Output
10
EFMIN
Input
11
TEST2
Input
12
CLV+
Outout
Output for disk motor control. 3 values can be output with the commands.
13
CLV-
Output
Output for disk motor control. 3 values can be output with the commands.
14
V/P
Output
Monitor output terminal for automatic switch of rough servo/phase control.
"H" for rough servo, and "L" for phase servo.
15
HLF
Intput
Input terminal of track detection signal. Schmit input.
16
TES
Input
Input terminal of tracking error signal. Schmit input.
17
TOFF
Output
Tracking OFF output terminal.
18
TGL
Output
Output terminal for switch of tracking gain "L" increases the gain.
19
JP+
Output
Output for track jump control. 3 values can be output with the commands.
20
JP-
Output
Output for track jump control. 3 values can be output with the commands.
21*
PCK
Output
Clock monitor terminal for EFM data replay. 4,3218MHz as the phase clock.
22*
FSEQ
Output
Output terminal synchronous signal detection. "H" is output when synchronous signal detected
by EFM signal matches synchronous signal internally generated.
23
VDD
24
CONT1
Input/Output
General purpose input/output terminal 1
25
CONT2
Input/Output
General purpose input/output terminal 2
26
CONT3
Input/Output
General purpose input/output terminal 3
27
CONT4
Input/Output
General purpose input/output terminal 4
28*
CONT5
Input/Output
General purpose input/output terminal 5
29*
EMPH
Output
Difference monitor terminal At "H", deemphasis disk is being replayed.
30*
C2F
Output
C2 flag output terminal.
31
DOUT
Output
Output terminal of digital OUTPUT. (EIAJ format)
32*
TEST3
Input
Input terminal for test. Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
33
TEST4
Input
Input terminal for test. Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
—
—
For slice level control
EFM signal output terminal.
EFM signal input terminal.
Input terminal for test. Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
Power terminal of digital system.
Controlled with serial data command
from micro computer.
When not used, set it as the input terminal and
open it by connecting to 0V, or set it as the output
terminal and open it.
34
N.C.
35*
MUTEL
36
LVDD
—
37
LCHO
Output
38
LVSS
—
39
RVSS
—
40
RCH0
Output
41
RVDD
42*
MUTER
43
XVDD
—
44
XOUT
Output
Ground terminal of 16.9344 MHz quartz oscillator.
45
XIN
Input
Ground terminal of 16.9344 MHz quartz oscillator.
46
XVSS
—
47*
SBSY
Output
Output terminal of synchronous signal of subcode block.
48*
EFLG
Output
Correction monitor terminal of C1, C2, single and double.
Output
—
Output
Terminal not used. Open during operation.
L channel 1 bit DAC
Mute output terminal for L channel.
Power terminal for L channel.
L channel output terminal.
Ground terminal for L channel Surely connected to 0V.
R channel 1 bit DAC
Ground terminal for R channel Surely connected to 0V.
R channel output terminal.
Power terminal for R channel.
Mute output terminal for R channel.
Power terminal for quartz oscillation.
Ground terminal for quartz oscillation. Surely connected to 0V.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC2 VHiLC78622K-1:Servo/Signal Control(LC78622K) (1/2)
Pin No.
Terminal Name Input/Output
49*
PW
Output
50*
SFSY
Output
51
SBCK
Input
52*
FSX
Output
Output terminal of synchronous signal of 7.35kHz divided from quartz oscillation.
53
WRQ
Output
Output terminal to stand by output of subcode Q.
54
RWC
Input
55
SQOUT
56
COIN
Input
Command input terminal from microcomputer.
57
CQCK
Input
Clock input terminal to fetch command input, or pick up subcode from SQOUT. Schmit input
58
RES
Input
Reset input terminal of LC78622. When turning on power, set it at "L".
59*
TST11
Output
60*
16M
Output
Output terminal of 16.9344Hz.
61
4.2M
Output
Output terminal of 4.2336MHz.
62
TEST5
Input
Input terminal for test Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
63
CS
Input
Chip selection input terminal. Pull-down resistor is integrated.
Connected to 0when not controlled.
64
TEST1
Input
Input terminal for test Pull-down resistor is integrated. Surely connected to 0V.
Output
Function
Output terminal of subcodes P, A, R, S, T, U and W.
Output terminal of synchronous signal of subcode frame. It drops when subcode stands by.
Clock input terminal to read subcode. Schmit input (Connected to 0V when not used.)
Input terminal of read/write. Schmit input.
Output terminal of subcode Q.
Output terminal for test. Used in the open state ("L" output as ordinary).
Note: The same potential must be supplied to the power terminals (VDD, VVDD, LVDD, RVDD, XVDD).
DEFI
EFMIN
FSEQ
Slice level
control
Vss
VDD
TAI
TSTI1
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
TEST4
TEST5
PCK
FR
I SET
PDO
VVDD
VVss
EFMO
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
RAM address
generator
2Kx 8bit
RAM
VCO colck oscillation
clock control
Sync detection
EFM demodulation
Interpolation mute
C2F
Bilingual
Digital OUT
CLV+
CLV-
CLV
Digital servo
Flag processing of C1/C2
error detection and correction
DOUT
Digital
attenuator
V/P
PW
SBCK
SBSY
SFSY
CS
WRQ
SQOUT
Subcode division
QCRC
X4 oversampling
digital filter
(NC)
É COM
Interface
1bitDAC
CQCK
Figure 49 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
– 49 –
MUTEL
LVss
LVDD
LCHO
RCHO
RVss
RVDD
MUTER
EFLG
EMPH
CONT1
CONT2
CONT3
CONT4
CONT5
TGL
JPJP+
RES
RWC
HLF
TES
TOFF
L.P.F
XTAL system timing
generator
General-use port
Servo commander
16M
4.2M
XVss
FSX
XIN
XOUT
XVDD
COIN
CD-C471H
IC1 VHiLA9241M/-1:Servo Amp.,(LA9241M) (1/2)
Pin No.
Function
Port Name
1
FIN2
Connection pin for photodiode of pickup.
RF signal is generated through addition with FIN pin, and FE signal is generated through subtraction.
2
FIN1
Connection pin for photodiode of pickup.
3
E
Connection pin for photodiode of pickup. TE signal is generated through subtraction with F pin.
4
F
Connection pin for photodiode of pickup.
5
TB
Pin for input of DC component of TE signal.
6
TE-
Pin to connect gain setting resistor of TE signal to TE signal.
7
TE
TE signal output pin.
8
TESI
TES (Track error sense) comparator input pin. TE signal is band-passed and input.
9
SCI
Input pin for shock detection.
10
TH
Pin to set time constant of tracking gain.
11*
TA
TA amplifier output pin.
12
TD-
Pin to compose tracking phase compensation constant between TD and VR pins.
13
TD
Pin to set tracking phase compensation.
14
JP
Pin to set amplitude of tracking jump signal (kick pulse).
15
TO
Tracking control signal output pin.
16
FD
Focusing control signal output pin.
17
FD-
Pin to compose focusing phase compensation constant between FD and FA pins.
18
FA
Pin to compose focusing phase compensation constant between FD-/FA-pins.
19
FA-
Pin to compose focusing phase compensation constant between FA and FE pins.
20
FE
Output pin of FE signal.
21
FE-
Pin to connect gain setting resistor of FE signal across TE pin.
22
AGND
GND for analog signal.
23
SP
Single end output for CV+ and CV- pin input.
24
SPI
Spindle amplifier input.
25
SPG
Pin to connect gain setting resistor in the 12cm mode of spindle.
26
SP-
Pin to connect spindle phase compensation constant together with SPD pin.
27
SPD
Spindle control signal output pin.
28
SLEQ
Pin to connect thread phase compensation constant.
29
SLD
Thread control signal output pin.
30
SL-
Input pin of thread feed signal from micro computer.
31
SL+
Input pin of thread feed signal from micro computer.
32
JP-
Input pin of tracking jump signal from DSP.
33
JP+
Input pin of tracking jump signal from DSP.
34
TGL
Input pin of tracking gain control signal from DSP. TGL = Gain low at "H"
35
TOFF
Input pin of tracking off control signal from DSP. TOFF = Off at "H"
36
TES
Output pin of TES signal to DSP.
37
HFL
(HIGH FREQUENCY LEVEL) is used to judge whether main beam is positioned on the bit or on the mirror.
38
SLOF
Thread servo off control input pin.
39
CV-
Pin to input CLV error signal from DSP.
40
CV+
Pin to input CLV error signal from DSP.
41
RFSM
RF output pin.
42
RFS-
Pin to set gain of RF and set 3T compensation constant together with RFSM pin.
43
SLC
(SLICE LEVEL CONTROL) is the output pin to control of the level of the data slice with RF waveform DSP.
44
SLI
Input pin to control the level of data slice with DSP.
45
DGND
GND pin in the digital system.
46
FSC
Output pin for focus search smoothening capacitor.
47
TBC
(Tracking Balance Control) Pin to set EF balance variable range.
48*
NC
—————
49
DEF
Defect detection output pin of disk.
50
CLK
Reference clock input pin. 4.23MHz of DSP is input.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC1 VHiLA9241M/-1:Servo Amp.,(LA9241M) (2/2)
Function
Port Name
Pin No.
51
CL
52
DAT
Micro computer command clock input pin.
Micro computer command data input pin.
53
CE
Micro computer command chip enable input pin.
54
DRF
(DETECT RF) RF level detection output.
55
FSS
(Focus Serch Select) Pin to switch focus search mode. (± search/+ search for reference voltage)
56
VCC2
VCC pin for servo system and digital system.
57
REFI
Pin to connect pass control for reference voltage.
58
VR
Reference voltage output pin.
59
LF2
Pin to set defect detection time constant of disk.
60
PH1
Pin to connect capacitor for peak hold of RF signal.
61
BH1
Pin to connect capacitor for bottom hold of RF signal.
62
LDD
APC circuit output pin.
63
LDS
APC circuit output pin.
64
VCC1
RF system VCC pin.
LDS
63
VCC1
64
LDD
62
BH1
61
PH1
60
APC
FIN2
1
FIN1
2
3
F
4
TB
5
TE-
6
TE
7
TESI
8
SCI
9
VR
58
REFI
57
VCC2
56
FSS DRF CE DAT CL CLK
55 54 53 52 51 50
DEF
49
REF
RF DET
48 NC
47 TBC
VCA
I/V
E
LP2
59
46 FSC
BAL
45 DGND
SLC
µ-COM
VCA
INTER FACE
44 SLI
43 SLC
42 RFS-
TE
41 RFSM
RF AMP
40 CV+
39 CV-
T.SERVO & T.LOGIC
38 SLOF
TH 10
37 HFL
36 TES
TA 11
35 TOFF
34 TGL
TD- 12
F.SERVO & F.LOGIC
SPINDLE SERVO
33 JP+
SLED SERVO
TD 13
JP 14
TO 15
FD 16
17
FD-
18
FA
19
FA-
20
FE
21
22 23
FE- AGND SP
24
SPI
25
SPG
Figure 51 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
– 51 –
26
SP-
27
SPD
28
SLEQ
29
SLD
30 31
SL- SL+
32
JP-
CD-C471H
IC201 RH-iX0171AWZZ:System Microcomputer (IX0171AW) (1/2)
Pin No.
Terminal Name
Input/Output
Function
1*
————
Output
2
REC/PB
—
3*
————
Output
—————
4*
CD MUT
Output
CD MUT signal
5
CD RES
Output
CD DSP RESET signal
6
CD SL-
Output
Slide return signal
7
CD SL+
Output
8
VDD
9
CD CQCK
Output
10
CD COIN
Output
CD IC control signal
11
CD SQOUT
Input
CD IC control signal
12
CD WRQ
Input
CD IC control signal
13
CD RWC
Output
CD IC control signal
14
SCK
15
SO
—
—————
Record/Playback selection signal
Slide feed signal
Power connection terminal
CD IC control signal
Input
Main µCOM (RH-iX0170AWZZ) control signal
Output
Main µCOM (RH-iX0170AWZZ) control signal
16
SI
Input
Main µCOM (RH-iX0170AWZZ) control signal
17
RESET
Input
Main µCOM (RH-iX0170AWZZ) control signal
18
STROBE
Input
Main µCOM (RH-iX0170AWZZ) control signal
19
CD PU-IN SW
Input
Pickup position detection
20
AVSS
—
To be connected to GND
21
CD DRF
Input
CD RF level detection input
22
T1 RUN
Input
Tape 1: Rotation pulse input
23
T2 RUN
Input
Tape 2: Rotation pulse input
24
SPEANA 5
Input
63Hz BPF spectrum analyzer input
25
SPEANA 4
Input
250Hz BPF spectrum analyzer input
26
SPEANA 3
Input
1kHz BPF spectrum analyzer input
27
SPEANA 2
Input
4kHz BPF spectrum analyzer input
28
SPEANA 1
Input
16kHz BPF spectrum analyzer input
29
AVDD
—
A/D converter analog positive power
30
AVREF
—
A/D converter reference power
31
TAPE CUM SW
32*
————
—
33
VSS
—
To be connected to GND
34
X1
—
Main clock terminal, not used
35
X2
—
Main clock terminal, not used
Input
H: When RF level is H
Tape mechanism cam SW input terminal
No connected
36*
LINE MUT
Output
Line mute output, not used
37
SURROUND MUT
Output
Surround mute output
38
CENTER MUT
Output
Center SP output mute output
39
SYSTEM MUT
Output
System mute output
40
MIC
Input
41
EN
Output
DOLBY PRO logic IC control signal
42
DATA
Output
DOLBY PRO logic IC control signal
43
CLK
Output
DOLBY PRO logic IC control signal
44
SP DET
Input
Speaker output error detection input
45
POWER
Output
Set power control output
46*
RELAY
Output
Speaker output relay control output
47
TAPE TS CrO SW
48
VSS
49
TAPE F/R SPEED
Output
Tape feed/return
50
TAPE SOL
Output
Tape mechanism solenoid control output
51
TAPE MOTOR
Output
Tape mechanism motor control output
Input
Input
Mic input terminal (for detection)
Occurrence of error: L
Power ON: H
Relay ON: H
Tape mechanism 2 CrO2 detection input
CrO 2: H
Digital GND terminal
Attraction: L
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC201 RH-iX0171AWZZ:System Microcomputer (IX0171AW) (2/2)
Pin No.
Terminal Name
Input/Output
—
Function
52
VDD
53
CD O/C SW
Input
Positive power supply
CD open-close switch input
54
DISC No. SW
Input
CD turntable position detection input
55
CD U/D SW
Input
CD mechanism UP/DOWN chucking detection input
56*
T1 CrO SW
Input
Tape 1 CrO 2 detection SW input
57*
SRS INH
Output
SRS (surround) position selection output
58*
SRS B
Output
SRS (surround) position selection output
59*
SRS A
Output
SRS (surround) position selection output
60*
SRS 3D
Output
SRS (surround) position selection output
61
SRS PASS
Output
SRS (surround) position selection output
62
SPAN 9K/10K
Input
Tuner span selector 9 kHz/10 kHz selection input
63
DOLBY
Input
DOLBY detection input, not applied in this machine
64
SRS
Input
SRS detection input, not applied in this machine
65
BALANCE
Input
BALANCE detection input, not applied in this machine
66
4SP
Input
4SP detection input, not applied in this machine
67
TAPE A-FP SW
Input
Tape A side miserase preventing SW input
68
TAPE B-FP SW
Input
Tape B side miserase preventing SW input
69
TAPE PB MUT
Output
70
TAPE T1/T2
Output
71
VLOAD
72
TAPE BIAS
73*
————
—
Not used
74*
————
—
Not used
75
TAPE BEET CUT
Output
76*
TAPE HI SPEED
Output
77*
————
78*
————
79*
TAPE PB EQ
Output
Tape circuit playback Eq selection
80
TAPE REC MUT
Output
Tape circuit record muting output
Tape playback mute output
Tape 1/2 selection
—
To be connected to GND
Output
Tape bias circuit selection
Beat cancel signal control output
Tape mechanism High-Low speed selection
—
Not used
—
Not used
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC701 RH-iX0170AWZZ:System Microcomputer (IX0170AW) (1/2)
Pin No.
Port Name
Terminal Name
Function
Input/Output
1-5
P94/FIP6-P90/FIP2
G06-G02
Output
FL display tube grid drive
6,7
P81/FIP1,P80/FIP0
G01,G00
Output
FL display tube grid drive
8
VDD
VDD
—
Positive power supply
9
P27/SCK0
C2 B CLK
Output
C2B serial clock output
10
P26/SO0/SB1
C2 B DO
Output
C2B serial data output
11
P25/SI0/SB0
2
Input
C2B serial data input
2
C B DI
12
P24/BUSY
C B CE
Output
C2B serial CE output
13
P23/STB
SUB STB
Output
Serial strobe output for CD/TAPE microcomputer
14
P22/SCK1
SUB SCK
Output
Serial clock output for CD/TAPE microcomputer
15
P21/SO1
SUB SO
Output
Serial data output for CD/TAPE microcomputer
16
P20/SI1
SUB SI
Input
Serial strobe input for CD/TAPE microcomputer
17
RESET
RESET
Input
Reset input
18
P74
SUB RES
Output
Reset output for CD/TAPE microcomputer
19
P73
TUN MUTE
Output
Tuner TUN MUT output
20
AVSS
AVSS
21
P17/ANI7
TUN SD
Input
22
P16/ANI6
TUN SM
Input
Tuner signal meter input
23
P15/ANI5
KEY IN5
Input
Key input 37-45
24
P14/ANI4
KEY IN4
Input
Key input 28-36
25
P13/ANI3
KEY IN3
Input
Key input 19-27
26
P12/ANI2
KEY IN2
Input
Key input 10-18
27
P11/ANI1
KEY IN1
Input
Key input 1-9
28
P10/ANI0
ENF IN
Input
Tuner initial setting input
29
AVDD
AVDD
—
Analog positive power supply for A/D converter
30
AVREF
AVREF
—
Reference power supply for A/D converter
31
P04/XT1
VSS
Input
32*
XT2
N.C
—
Sub-clock output OPEN
33
VSS
VSS
—
GND power
34
X1
X1
Input
Main clock 4.194304 MHz
35
X2
X2
Output
Main clock 4.194304 MHz
36
P37
LED LCK
Output
LED IC serial clock output BU2092 LCK
37
P36/BUZ
LED DATA
Output
LED IC serial data output BU2092 DATA
38
P35/PCL
LED CLK
Output
LED IC serial clock output BU2092CLK
39*
P34/TI2
RDS ID
Input
RDS RDS station detection input
40*
P33/TI1
RDS SYNC
Input
RDS Data sync detection input
—
Analog power supply for A/D converter
Tuner station detection input
Sub-clock input To be connected to Vss
41*
P32/TO2
RDS SYR
Output
RDS RAM reset output LC72720 SYR
42
P31/TO1
SYS MUTE
Output
System mute output
43
P30/TO0
POWER
Output
POWER output
44*
P03/INTP3/CI0
Output
No use
45*
P02/INTP2
Output
No use
46
P01/INTP1
SYS STOP
Input
Power failure input
47
P00/INTP0/TI0
REM IN
Input
Remote Control Input
48
IC
VSS
49*
P72
Output
No use
50*
P71
Output
No use
51*
P70
Output
No use
52
VDD
53*
P127/FIP33
54-60
P126/FIP32-P120/FIP26 S21-S15
Output
FL display tube segment drive
61-68
P117/FIP25-P110/FIP18 S14-S07
Output
FL display tube segment drive
69,70
P107/FIP17,P106/FIP16 S06,S05
Output
FL display tube segment drive
VDD
—
—
—
Connect with GND
Positive power supply
No use
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC701 RH-iX0170AWZZ:System Microcomputer (IX0170AW) (2/2)
Pin No.
Terminal Name
Port Name
Function
Input/Output
71
VLOAD
72-76
P105/FIP15-P101/FIP11 S04-S00
VLOAD
—
Negative power supply for FL drive To be connected to -30V
77
P100/FIP10
G10
Output
FL display tube grid drive
78-80
P97/FIP9-P95/FIP7
G09-G07
Output
FL display tube grid drive
Output
FL display tube segment drive
LFIN
LTOUT
LF5
LF4C3
LF4C2
LF4C1
LF3C3
LF3C2
LF3C1
LF2C3
LF2C2
LF2C1
LF1C3
LF1C2
LTIN
LF1C1
IC601 VHiLC75396N-1:Audio Processor (LC75396N)
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
49
32 LFCOM
LINVIN1 50
31 LFOUT
LSELO
L5 51
30 CIN
L4 52
29 LRCOM
L3 53
28 COUT
L2 54
27 LVref
L1 55
26 VSS
VDD 56
25 CE
R1 57
24 DI
R2 58
23 CL
R3 59
22 Vref
R4 60
21 RVref
R5 61
20 RROUT
RINVIN1 62
19 RRCOM
RSELO 63
18 RRIN
RF2C3
RF3C1
RFCOM
RF2C2
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
RFIN
RF2C1
9
RTOUT
RF1C3
8
RF5
7
RF4C3
6
RF4C2
5
RF4C1
4
RF3C3
3
RF3C2
2
RF1C2
17 RFOUT
1
RF1C1
RTIN 64
Figure 55-1 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
RT_IN
LT_IN
DC_OUT
C_MODE
GND
NS_BPF1
NS_BPF2
OSC
CLK
DATA
ENABLE
DATA
CLK
VSS
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
L
NOISE-GEN
NOISE-FIL
R
DEV
BPF
DC_OUT3 50
DATA-DEC
L_BPF1
48
L_BPF3 49
OSC
L_BPF2
IC501 VHiLV1035M/-1: Dolby Pro Logic Decorder (LV1035M)
32 OSC
31 OSC
A
VDD
ADM-CONT
B
ADM
27 D/A
C
L
DC-OUT
SW4
25 DC_OUT
VOLMUTE
SW7
B
A
B
VCS_1 58
SW7
S-MODE
22 S_OUT
SW7
SW7
A
B
B
A SW7 A
B
A
B
20kΩ
20kΩ
A SW7
18 VCC
R
L
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
R_OUT
L_OUT
AC_GND
L_IN
R_IN
S_IN
S
S
S_OUT
A SW7
SW5
R
B
B
B
A
SW6
A
CIRIM
L
C
Figure 55-2 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
– 55 –
20 IREF
S
L
C_OUT
7
S
VCC
6
13P IN
VREF
S_DC_OUT
5
VREF
R_BPF1
4
L_DC_OUT
3
R_DC_OUT
2
C_DC_OUT
1
R_BPF2
R_BPF3 64
23 R_OUT
19 DET
SW3
SW4
A
R
BPF
DC_OUT1 63
R
B
SW7
A
VCA
RECT
RECT
DC_OUT2 61
L_R_RECT 62
24 L_OUT
21 D_GND
B
VCS
VCA
L+R_RECT 60
VCA
LOGDIFF
VCS_TH 59
VCA
A
L
B
PG
VCA
VCA
VCS_2 57
STRIM
C-MODE
VCA
VCA
VLR_2 56
26 DC_OUT
D
B
VLR_1 55
PG
28 NS
S-RAM
IN-FILTER
B-NR
15PIN
S
R
23PIN
OUT-FILTER
CH-CONT
B
A
SW2
B
SW2
VLR_TH 54
A
LOGDIFF
L_RECT 53
30 VDD
29 A/D
LR
DC_OUT4 52
CH-CONT
VOL
VOL
RECT
R_RECT 51
RECT
SW7
17 DIRAY_OUT
CD-C471H
IC601 VHiLC75396N-1:Audio Processor (LC75396N)
Terminal Name
Function
1-3*
RF1C1-RF1C3
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F1 band
Connect the capacitor between LF1C1(RF1C1) and LF1C2(RF1C2) between LF1C2 (RF1C2) and LF1C3(RF1C3).
4-6
RF2C1-RF2C3
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F2 band
Connect the capacitor between LF2C1(RF2C1) and LF2C2(RF2C2) between LF2C2 (RF2C2) and LF2C3(RF2C3).
7-9
RF3C1-RF3C3
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F3 band
Connect the capacitor between LF3C1(RF3C1) and LF3C2(RF3C2) between LF3C2 (RF3C2) and LF3C3(RF3C3).
10-12
RF4C1-RF4C3
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F4 band
Connect the capacitor between LF4C1(RF4C1) and LF4C2(RF4C2) between LF4C2 (RF4C2) and LF4C3(RF4C3).
13
RF5
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F5 band
Terminal to connect the externally provided capacitor
14
RTOUT
Equalizer output terminal
15
RFIN
Input terminal of Rch front side 4dB step control
16
RFCOM
Common terminal of Rch front side 1dB step control
17
RFOUT
Output terminal of Rch front side control
18
RRIN
Input terminal of Rch rear side 4dB step control
19
RRCOM
Common terminal of Rch rear side 1dB step control
20
RROUT
Output terminal of Rch rear side control
21
RVREF
Internal analog ground terminal
22
VREF
Connect the capacitor of about several 10 uF between Vref and AVSS (VSS) so as to prevent power supply
ripple in the VDD/2 voltage generating section.
23
CL
Terminal to input serial data and clock for control
24
DI
Terminal to input serial data and clock for control
25
CE
Chip enable terminal. Data is written in the internal latch with a timing of changing H to L, and the specific
analog switch is actuated. Data transfer is enabled on the H level.
Pin No.
26
VSS
GND
27
LVREF
Internal analog ground terminal
28
COUT
Output terminal of Lch rear side control
29
LRCOM
Common terminal of Lch rear side 1dB step control
30
CIN
Input terminal of Lch rear side 4dB step control
31
LFOUT
Output terminal of Lch front side control
32
LFCOM
Common terminal of Lch front side 1dB step control
33
LFIN
Input terminal of Lch front side 4dB step control
34
LTOUT
Equalizer output terminal
35
LF5
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F5 band
Terminal to connect the externally provided capacitor
36-38
LF4C3-LF4C1
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F4 band
Connect the capacitor between LF4C1(RF4C1) and LF4C2(RF4C2) between LF4C2 (RF4C2) and LF4C3(RF4C3).
39-41
LF3C3-LF3C1
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F3 band
Connect the capacitor between LF3C1(RF3C1) and LF3C2(RF3C2) between LF3C2 (RF3C2) and LF3C3(RF3C3).
42-44
LF2C3-LF2C1
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F2 band
Connect the capacitor between LF2C1(RF2C1) and LF2C2(RF2C2) between LF2C2 (RF2C2) and LF2C3(RF2C3).
45-47*
LF1C3-LF1C1
Terminal to connect capacitor of filter configuration for equalizer F1 band
Connect the capacitor between LF1C1(RF1C1) and LF1C2(RF1C2) between LF1C2 (RF1C2) and LF1C3(RF1C3).
48
LTIN
Equalizer input terminal
49
LSELO
Input selector output terminal
50
LINVIN1
Operational amplifier reverse input terminal for input gain setting
51-55
L5-L1
Input signal terminal
56
VDD
Power terminal
57-61
R1-R5
Input signal terminal
62
RINVIN1
Operational amplifier reverse input terminal for input gain setting
63
RSELO
Input selector output terminal
64
RTIN
Equalizer input terminal
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CD-C471H
ICT21 VHiLC72720/-1:RDS Decorder (LC72720)
Pin No.
Terminal Name
Input/Output
Function
1
VREF
Output
Reference voltage output (Vdda/2)
2
MPXIN
Input
Base band (multiplex) signal input
3
Vdda
—
Analog system power supply (+5V)
4
Vssa
—
Analog system ground
5
FLOUT
6
CIN
Input
Sub-carrier output (filter output)
7
T1
Input
Test input (to be always connected to ground)
8
T2
Input
Test input (standby control)
0: Normal operation/1: Standby state (crystal oscillation stop)
9*
T3 (RDCL)
Input/Output
Test I/O (RDS clock output)
10*
T4 (RDDA)
Input/Output
Test I/O (RDS data output)
11 *
T5 (RSFT)
Input/Output
Test I/O (Soft judgment control data output)
12
XOUT
13
XIN
14
Vddd
15
Vssd
16*
T6 (ERROR/57K/BE1)
Input/Output
Test I/O (Error existence/nonexistence output/playback carrier output/error block
number output)
17*
T7 (CORREC/ARI-ID/BE0
Input/Output
Test I/O (Error existence/nonexistence output/SK detection output/error block
number output)
18*
SYNC
Input/Output
19*
RDS-ID
Output
RDS detection output
20
DO
Output
Data output
21
CL
Input
Clock input
22
DI
Input
Data input
23
CE
Input
Chip enable
24
SYR
Input
Sync and RAM address reset (positive logic)
Output
Output
Input
Sub-carrier input (comparator input)
Crystal oscillation output
Crystal oscillation input (external reference signal input)
—
Digital system power supply
—
Digital system ground
Block sync detection output
Serial data interface (CCB)
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
FLOUT CIN
VREF
Vdda
1
5
6
3
PLL
(57kHz)
REFERENCE
VOLTAGE
Vssa 4
CLOCK
RECOVERY
(1187.5Hz)
VREF
ANTIALIASING
FILTER
MPXIN 2
DO 20
CL 21
DI 22
CE 23
CCB
57kHz
BPF
(SCF)
DATA
DECODER
SMOOTHING
FILTER
RAM
(24 BLOCK DATA)
ERROR CORRECTION
(SOFT DECISION)
SYNC/EC CONTROLLER
CLK(4.332MHz)
T1 7
SYNC
DETECT-1
MEMORY CONTROL
T2 8
T3~T7
9,10,11
16,17
TEST
OSC/DIVIDER
13
12
XIN
XOUT
Figure 57 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
– 57 –
SYNC
DETECT-2
14
Vddd
15
Vssd
19
RDS-ID
18
SYNC
24
SYR
CD-C471H
IC3 VHiM56748FP-1: Focus/Tracking/Spin/Slide Driver (M56748FP)
15K
Vref-in
Vref-in
1
Stand
TSD
by
OP1
Vref-out
2
23K
Vref-out
Gain1
4
Vctl1(–)
5
VM1(–)
6
VM1(+)
7
5K
Gain1
10K
VM1(–)
VM1(+)
5K
OP1
10K
PA
PA
Gain4
OP1
10K
Pre-driver
3
Standby
35
SS.GND
34
Standby
33
Gain4
32
Vctl4(–)
31
VM4(–)
30
VM4(+)
15K
Pre-driver
NC
36
2K
23K
10K
PA
PA
VM4(–)
VM4(+)
8
GND
GND
29
9
GND
GND
28
10
GND
GND
27
11
GND
GND
26
GND
VM2(–) 13
VM2(+)
VM2(–)
PA
PA
Pre-driver
VM2(+) 12
Pre-driver
GND
PA
PA
Vctl2(–) 14
10K
Gain2 15
Gain2
10K
VM3(–)
Vctl3(out)
10K
OP1
VM3(+)
OP1
Vctl3(–)
25
VM3(+)
24
VM3(–)
23
Vctl3(out)
22
Vctl3(–)
21
Vctl3(+)
20
Vcc
19
Regbase
Vcc
NC 16
NC
Vcc 17
Vcc
5K
Vctl3(+)
1.23V
10K
Vcc
OP1
10K
Reg5V 18
Reg5V
Regbase
Figure 58 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
FL701 : VVKBJ549GK/-1
1
FL Display
2
3
RDS TA
EON PTY
TP
TI
PRO LOGIC
ST 4-SP SLEEP
SRS
kHz X-BASS
MHz MEMORY
REC
Figure 58 FL DISPLAY
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33 250 1k
4k 16k
Date : Aug. 3, 1998
CD Stereo : CD-451H/C471H/C471W/C492/C492C
Title
No.
: EAA -883
E Correction of Service Manual
D Korrektur der Service Anleitung
F Correction du Manuel de Service
Model
SERIAL No. (NEW)
QUANTITY (OLD)
ITEM
CD-C451H
------------------------
------------------------
1
CD-C471H
------------------------
------------------------
1
CD-C471W
------------------------
------------------------
1
CD-C492
CD-C492C
------------------------
------------------------
1
MODEL
General
E We inform you that there is a printing error in the parts list of Service Manual as follows.
D Wir informieren Sie, daß es Druckfehler in der Teilliste von Service-Anleitung wie folgt gibt.
F Nous vous informons qu'il y a une erreur d'impression dans la liste des pièces du Manuel de Service
comme suit.
Refer to
E Service Manual
Parts
I
T
E REF.No.
M
1
------
D Service Anleitung
DESCRIPTION
F Manuel de Service
REPLACEMENT PART No.
WRONG No.
Q'ty
CORRECT No.
INTER- EFFEC- PRICE
CHANGE- TIVE
Q'ty ABILITY FROM RANK
Head,Playback[Tape] RHEDK0002AWZZ 1 RHEDK0002AWM1 1
<Interchange>
A: Interchangeable.
B: Current type can be used in place of new type.
New type cannot be used in place of current type.
C: Current type cannot be used in place of new type.
New type can be used in place of current type.
F
------
D: Not interchangeable.
E: Interchangeable if replaced with same types of related parts
in use.
F : Others
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Date : Mar. 19, 1999
CD Stereo : CD-C471H/C471W
No.
Title
: EAA-915
E Correction of Service Manual
D Korrektur der Service Anleitung
F Correction du Manuel de Service
Model
SERIAL No. (NEW)
QUANTITY (OLD)
ITEM
CD-C471H
------------------------
------------------------
1,2
CD-C471W
------------------------
------------------------
-----
MODEL
General
E We inform you that there is a printing error in the parts list of Service Manual as follows.
•Please order or supply parts using the part codes which have correct numbers.
D Wir informieren Sie, daß es Druckfehler in der Teilliste von Service-Anleitung wie folgt gibt.
•Bitte bestellen oder liefern Sie Teile durch die Teilcodes mit korrekten Nummern.
F Nous vous informons qu'il y a une erreur d'impression dans la liste des pièces du Manuel de Service
comme suit.
•Commandez ou fournissez des pièces avec des codes de pièce ayant le numéro correct.
Refer to
E Service Manual
Parts
I
REPLACEMENT PART No.
T REF.No. DESCRIPTION
E
WRONG No. Q'ty CORRECT No.
M
F802
1 F803
Fuse,T3.15A L 200V 92LFUSET402E
1 92LFUSET312E
2 F804
D Service Anleitung
Fuse,T4A L 250V
F Manuel de Service
92LFUSE-T302-E
<Interchange>
A: Interchangeable.
B: Current type can be used in place of new type.
New type cannot be used in place of current type.
C: Current type cannot be used in place of new type.
New type can be used in place of current type.
1 92LFUSE-T402-E
INTER- EFFEC- PRICE
CHANGE- TIVE
Q'ty ABILITY FROM RANK
1
F
-----
AD
1
F
-----
AD
D: Not interchangeable.
E: Interchangeable if replaced with same types of related parts
in use.
F : Others.
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No
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
F804
92LFUSE-T402-E
Fuse,T4AL 250V
F901
F902
92LFUSE-T402-E
Fuse,T4AL 250V
FM SIGNAL
R803
R802
D806
R965
4.7K
D803
05
804
F901
T4A L 250V
C936
0.1
(ML)
C937
0.1
(ML)
CH
AN
C808
D802
D801
C909
C933
R925
R907
R922
R918
R905
R964
1 2 3
C915
Q902
IC901
C923
R923
F901
T4AL 250V
C977
C934
C935
4
3
2
1
R-CH
5
ENTER
OHMS
MIN.
FRONT
6 OHMS
MIN.
Figure 27 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(10/13)
R965
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
L-CH
D809
RL104A
C904
C918
R928
R933
R926
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 2 3
R916
D902
R962
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C927
Q903
C907
C920
CNP802
D807
D808
RL104A
RL104A
C813
100/50
C928
C941
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C921
C811
47/50
C812
100/50
R806 47/50
2.2K
4.9V
C922
R913
C924
C806 C805
0.047 0.047
(ML) (ML)
CH
R919
CNS802
C808
0.047
(ML)
C809 C810
0.047 0.047
(ML) (ML)
F804
T4A L 250V
G
AN
F805
T1.6A L 250V
266 GR
C919
ED
F803
T3.15A L 250V
35.3V
2
30B
C913
R929
R920
D827
1SS133
R807
F802
10K
T3.15A L 250V
C807
0.047
(ML)
GM-1
C807
R949
4.7
C959
0.1
(ML)
C960
0.1
(ML)
C910
C817
4.7/50
C817
R963
C810
C911
C941
0.022
C809
R915
C943
47/50
R924
26.2V
R942
270
(1/2W)
R912
14.9V
C949
0.1
(ML)
C950
0.1
(ML)
C912
0V
C801
R941
270
(1/2W)
C916
R917
C938
47/35
0V
C936
+
–
14.9V
R921
5
6
7
ED
R944
4.7
R932
H:ON
L:OFF
3
4
C945
2200/25
IC951
LA4450
POWER AMP.
29.2V
1
2
–
+
G
C942 C944
47/50 1000/25
R807
F805
T1.6A L 250V
AN
26.2V
D827
D
H
M
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
CNP802
GE
C
F802
T3.15A L 250V
R937
4.7
C917
)
4
F902
T4A L 250V
F803
T3.15A L 250V
)
5
F804
T4AL 250V
4
R937
F902
T4AL 250V
C937
CH
AN
G
ED
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Date : Mar. 26, 1999
CD Stereo : CD-C440/C470/C471 Series
CD-C451H/C445W
Title
No.
: EAA-921
E Change of Parts
D Abänderung der Teile
F Changement de pièces
Model
SERIAL No. (NEW)
MODEL
CD-C440 Series/
CD-C445W
CD-C451H/
CD-C470 Series
CD-C471 Series
QUANTITY (OLD)
ITEM
901
~
------------------------
1
901
~
------------------------
1
901
~
------------------------
1
General
E We inform you that the parts code of following Service Manual have been changed.
D Wir teilen Ihnen mit, daß der Teilcode für die folgende Service-Anleitung geändert wurde.
F Nous vous informons que nous changé les codes de pièce pour ie manuel de service suivant.
Refer to
E Service Manual
Parts
I
T REF.No.
E
M
1 254-9
D Service Anleitung
DESCRIPTION
F Manuel de Service
REPLACEMENT PART No.
OLD No.
Q'ty
NEW No.
INTER- EFFEC- PRICE
CHANGE- TIVE
Q'ty ABILITY FROM RANK
Head,Play back [TAPE2] RHEDK0002AWM1 1 RHEDK0005AWM1 1
<Interchange>
A: Interchangeable.
B: Current type can be used in place of new type.
New type cannot be used in place of current type.
C: Current type cannot be used in place of new type.
New type can be used in place of current type.
A
Jan. '99 AQ
D: Not interchangeable.
E: Interchangeable if replaced with same types of related parts
in use.
F : Others.
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