SLV-EX50_EX80S_EX90S2015-05-09 01:305.1 MB

SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
RMT-V312/V312A
SERVICE MANUAL
Argentina Model
SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/
EX90SAR
Brazil Model
SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/
EX90SBR
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VIDEO
SLV-EX90S
S MECHANISM
Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL of VHS MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENTS VI for MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS.
(9-921-647-11)
* The abbreviations of EX50/EX80S and EX90S contained in this
service manual are indicated when these models are common to
all their corresponding models as given below.
Abbreviated
model name
EX50
EX80S
EX90S
All model
names
SLV-
EX50AR
EX50BR
EX80SAR
EX80SBR
EX90SAR
EX90SBR
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
SPECIFICATIONS
System
Format
VHS N-PAL, NTSC standard
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
VHS M-PAL, NTSC standard
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SAR)
Video recording system
Rotary head helical scanning FM system
Video heads
Double azimuth four heads
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
Double azimuth two heads
(SLV-EX50)
Video signal
NTSC color, EIA standards
Tape speed
SP: 33.35 mm/s (1 3/8 inches/s)
EP: 11.11 mm/s ( 7/16 inches/s)
LP: 16.67 mm/s ( 11/16 inches/s),
playback only
Maximum recording/playback time
8 hrs. in EP mode (with T-160 tape)
Fast-forward and rewind time
Approx. 3 min. (with T-20 tape)
AUDIO IN, phono jack (2 each)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
LINE OUT
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO OUT, phono jack (2)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
SLV-EX50:
LINE-1 IN
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO IN, phono jack (1)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
LINE-OUT
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO OUT, phono jack (1)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
Tuner Section
Channel coverage
VHF 2 to 13
UHF 14 to 69
Timer section
CATV A-8 to A-1, A to W, W+1 to W+84 Clock
Antenna
Quartz locked
75-ohm antenna terminal for VHF/UHF Timer indication
12-hour cycle
Inputs and Outputs
Timer setting
SLV-EX80S/EX90S:
8 programs per month (max.)
LINE-1 IN and LINE-2 IN
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1 each)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
General
Power requirements
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
220 V AC, 50 Hz
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
Power consumption
14 W (SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
12 W (SLV-EX50)
Operating temperature
5°C to 40°C
Storage temperature
–20°C to 60°C
Dimensions
Approx. 430 x 97 x 292 mm (w/h/d)
including projecting parts and controls
Mass
Approx. 4.1 kg
Power back-up
Built-in self-charging capacitor
Back-up duration: up to 8 hours at a time
Supplied accessories
Remote commander (1)
Size AA(R6) batteries (2)
75-ohm coaxial cable with F-type connectors (1)
Audio/video cable (3-phono to 3-phono)
(SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR) (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered
connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes
and bridges.
4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs
of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched”
or contact high-wattage resistors.
5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.
3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them
out to the customer and recommend their replacement.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK
OR DOTTED
LINE WITH MARK
ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE
OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
Section
Feature Difference ................................................................... 3
SERVICE NOTE ....................................................................... 5
1.
GENERAL
Getting Started ...............................................................
Basic Operations ...........................................................
Search Operations ........................................................
Additional Operations ....................................................
Additional Information ....................................................
2.
DISASSEMBLY
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
2-4.
2-5.
2-6.
2-7.
Case Front Panel Block Assembly ................................
DM-98, DI-81 Board and FJ-31 Board ..........................
Rear Panel .....................................................................
MA-402 Board ................................................................
Mechanism Deck ...........................................................
Internal Views .................................................................
Circuit Boards Location .................................................
3.
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
3-6.
3-7.
Overall Block Diagram ...................................................
Video Block Diagram .....................................................
Servo/System Control Block Diagram ...........................
Audio Block Diagram .....................................................
Tuner Block Diagram .....................................................
Mode Control Block Diagram ........................................
Power Block Diagram .....................................................
4.
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
4-1.
4-2.
Frame Schematic Diagram ............................................
Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams .........
• MA-402 Printed Wiring Board ..................................
• MA-402 (Video, Audio) Schematic Diagram ............
• MA-402 (System Control) Schematic Diagram .......
• MA-402 (Servo Control) Schematic Diagram ..........
• MA-402 (Hi-Fi Audio) Schematic Diagram ...............
• MA-402 (Tuner) Schematic Diagram ........................
• MA-402 (I/O) Schematic Diagram ............................
• MA-402 (Mode Control) Schematic Diagram ...........
• MA-402 (Power Supply) Schematic Diagram .........
• FJ-31 Printed Wiring Boards and
Schematic Diagrams ................................................
• DM-98 Printed Wiring Boards and
Schematic Diagrams ................................................
• DI-81 Printed Wiring Board and
Schematic Diagrams ................................................
INTERFACE, IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
5-1.
System Control-Video Block Interface
(MA-402 BOARD IC101) ..............................................
System Control-Servo Peripheral Circuit Interface
(MA-402 BOARD IC101) ..............................................
System Control-Mechanism Block Interface
(MA-402 BOARD IC101) ..............................................
System Control-Audio Block Interface
(MA-402 BOARD IC101) ..............................................
Servo/System Control,
OSD Microprocessor Pin Function
(MA-402 BOARD IC101) ...............................................
NICAM Processor Pin Function
(NK-11 BOARD IC1) .....................................................
5-3.
5-4.
5-5.
5-6.
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5E
Page
5.
5-2.
1-1
1-5
1-9
1-10
1-13
Title
6.
ERROR CODES
7.
ADJUSTMENTS
4-3
4-5
4-5
4-9
4-13
4-17
4-19
4-21
4-23
4-25
4-27
4-31
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5E
..................................................... 6-1E
7-1. Mechanical Adjustments ...............................................
7-2. Electrical Adjustments ...................................................
2-1. Pre-Adjustment Preparations ........................................
2-1-1. Instruments to be Used ............................................
2-1-2. Connection ................................................................
2-1-3. Set-up of Adjustment ................................................
2-1-4. Alingment Tapes .......................................................
2-1-5. Specified I/O Level and Impedance .........................
2-1-6. Adjusting Sequence ..................................................
2-2. Power Supply Adjustment ..............................................
2-2-1. Power Supply Check .................................................
2-3. Servo System Adjustment .............................................
2-3-1. RF Switching Position Adjustment ...........................
2-4. Audio System Adjustments ............................................
2-4-1. Hi-Fi Audio System Adjustment ...............................
1. AF Switching Position Adjustment ...........................
2. Frequency Response Check ....................................
3. Overall Level Characteristic and
Distortion Factor Check ............................................
4. Overall S/N Check ....................................................
2-4-2. Normal Audio System Adjustment ...........................
1. ACE Head Adjustment ..............................................
2. E-E Output Level Check ...........................................
3. Frequency Responce Check ....................................
4. Overall Level Characteristic and Distortion
Factor Check .............................................................
5. Overall S/N Check ....................................................
2-5. Tuner System Adjustment ..............................................
2-5-1. Separation Adjustment .............................................
2-6. Parts Arrangement Diagram for Adjustments ...............
3-1
3-3
3-5
3-7
3-9
3-11
3-13
5-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-3
7-3
7-3
7-3
7-4
7-4
7-4
7-4
7-4
7-4
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-6E
4-31
8.
4-33
REPAIR PARTS LIST
8-1. Exploded Views ..............................................................
8-1-1. Front Panel and Upper Case Section ......................
8-1-2. Chassis Section ........................................................
8-1-3. Mechanism Deck Section-1 ......................................
8-1-4. Mechanism Deck Section-2 ......................................
8-1-5. Mechanism Deck Section-3 ......................................
8-2. Electrical Parts List ........................................................
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8-1
8-1
8-3
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-8
SERVICE NOTE
1. DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
Note: Pages in
Pages in
indicated pages in the SERVICE MANUAL.
indicated pages in the VHS MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MANUAL VI.
Set
Upper case
(Page 2-1)
Front Panel
Section
(Page 2-1)
Pinch Press
Block Ass’y
(Page 14)
Ground Shaft
Ass’y
(Page 13)
FL Complete
Ass’y
(Page 13)
Mechanism
Deck
(Page 2-3)
Drum
Ass’y
(Page 13)
Retainer
Plate
(Page 22)
Rubber
Belt
(Page 15)
Rubber
Belt
(Page 15)
MA-402
Board
(Page 2-2)
FL Slider
Block Ass’y
(Page 22)
Capstan
Motor
(Page 15)
Pully Gear
Ass’y
(Page 29)
Rotary
Switch
(Page 2-3)
Cam Gear
(Page 23)
Cam Motor
Retainer
(Page 31)
Reel Direct
Ass’y
(Page 30)
Rubber
Belt
(Page 15)
Cam Motor
(Page 31)
Rear
Panel
(Page 2-2)
Slider
(Page 26)
Loading
Gear (T, S)
(Page 28)
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Tuner
Unit
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
This section is a translated version
of Instruction Manual SLV-EX50AR/
EX80SAR/EX90SAR model.
Part number: 3-066-370-11
SECTION 1
GENERAL
Step 2
Step 3
Setting up the remote commander
Hookups
Inserting the batteries
Selecting the best hookup option
Getting Started
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries by
matching the + and – on the batteries
to the diagram inside the battery
compartment.
Insert the negative (–) end first, then
push in and down until the positive
(+) end clicks into position.
There are many ways in which your VCR can be hooked up. To hook up
your VCR so that it works best for you, first scan through the table below.
Then use the accompanying diagrams and procedures on the following
pages to set up your VCR.
If your TV has audio/video inputs, refer to pages 7 and 8 for audio/video
(A/V) hookup. Then follow one of the hookups below.
Using the remote commander
You can use this remote
commander to operate this VCR
and a Sony TV. Buttons on the
remote commander marked with
a dot (•) can be used to operate
your Sony TV. If the TV does not
have the g symbol near the
remote sensor, this remote
commander will not operate the
TV.
Remote sensor
If you have
Use
Refer to
Antenna only, no cable TV
Hookup 1
Page 9
Cable box with many scrambled
channels
Hookup 2
Page 10
No cable box, or cable box with only
a few scrambled channels
Hookup 3
Page 11
Cable box with only a few scrambled
channels, using an A/B switch
Hookup 4
Page 12
After you’ve completed the connections, follow the instructions for setup.
After you’ve completed the setup, you’re ready to use your VCR. Procedures
differ depending on the hookup you used. For an overview, refer to “Quick
reference to using the VCR” on the back cover.
TV/VIDEO
To operate
Set TV/VIDEO to
the VCR
VIDEO and point at the remote sensor on the VCR
a Sony TV
TV and point at the remote sensor on the TV
Before you get started
• Turn off the power to all equipment.
• Do not connect the AC power cords until all of the connections are
completed.
• Be sure you make connections firmly. Loose connections may cause
picture distortion.
• If your TV doesn’t match any of the examples provided, see your nearest
Sony dealer or qualified technician.
Notes
• With normal use, the batteries should last about three to six months.
• If you do not use the remote commander for an extended period of time, remove
the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not use different types of batteries.
• Some buttons may not work with certain Sony TVs.
Getting Started
5
6
Getting Started
Step 3: Hookups (continued)
Audio/video (A/V) hookup
Pages 7 and 8
If you’re not planning to use your VCR to record programs, you’re finished
setting up the VCR after you’ve made the connections shown on pages 7 and
8.
If you want to record off-air or off your cable TV system, complete these
connections first, and then go to the following pages for antenna or cable
hookups.
For SLV-EX50 AR
A Use this hookup if your TV has stereo jacks
VCR
Getting Started
If your TV has audio/video (A/V) input jacks, you will get a better picture
and sound if you hook up your VCR using these connections. If your TV
doesn’t have A/V inputs, see the following pages for antenna or cable
hookups.
TV
AUDIO
LINE OUT
AUDIO
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
B Use this hookup if your TV doesn’t have stereo jacks
VCR
A Use this hookup if your TV has stereo jacks
TV
Stereo receiver
AUDIO
TV
LINE OUT
VIDEO
LINE OUT
AUDIO
IN
VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
Audio cable (not supplied)
B Use this hookup if your TV doesn’t have stereo jacks
Stereo receiver
VCR
TV
AUX IN
R AUDIO L VIDEO
LINE OUT
IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
Video cable (not supplied)
IN
VIDEO
AUX IN
R AUDIO L VIDEO
IN
VIDEO
For SLV-EX90S AR and EX80S AR
For a true “home theater” experience, you should connect the audio outputs
of your VCR or TV to your stereo system.
VCR
VIDEO
Audio cable (not supplied)
Note
• To play a tape in stereo, you must use the A/V connection.
continued
Getting Started
7
8
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Getting Started
Step 3: Hookups (continued)
Page 9
Hookup 1
Page 10
Hookup 2
Antenna hookup
Make the following connections if you’re using an antenna (if you don’t
have cable TV).
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
A
or
VCR
VHF
Hookup
4
Connecting
a cable box with many scrambled
channels
Getting Started
A Use this hookup if you’re using:
• VHF/UHF antenna (you get channels 2–13 and channels 14 and higher)
• UHF-only antenna (you get channels 14 and higher)
• Separate VHF and UHF antennas
Recommended use
Use this hookup if your cable system scrambles all or most channels.
What you can do with this hookup
• Record any channel by selecting the channel on the cable box
What you can’t do
• Record with the cable box turned off
• Record one channel while watching another channel
Match the type of
connector on your
TV: A, B, or C.
B
VHF/UHF
or
OUT
Rear of TV
Cable box
Wall
UHF
IN
IN
OUT
VHF
C
or
UHF
B Use this hookup if you’re using a VHF-only antenna (you get
channels 2–13 only)
or
VHF
A
VHF
VCR
B
VHF/UHF
IN
or
OUT
UHF
VHF
C
VCR
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
or
VHF/UHF
A Match the type
of connector on
your TV: A, B, or
C.
VHF
For
connector
B
types B and C, no
UHF
connection
UHF
is required.
VHF/UHF
UHF
IN
Match the type of
connector on your
TV: A, B, or C.
OUT
For connector types
B and C, no UHF
connection is
required.
C
UHF
If you cannot connect your antenna cable to the VCR directly
If your antenna cable is a flat cable (300-ohm twin lead cable), attach an external
antenna connector (not supplied) so you can connect the cable to the VHF/UHF IN
connector. If you have separate cables for VHF and UHF antennas, you should use a
U/V band mixer (not supplied). For details, see page 60.
continued
Getting Started
9
10
Getting Started
Step 3: Hookups (continued)
Page 11
Hookup 3
What you can do with this hookup
• Record any unscrambled channel by selecting the channel on the VCR
What you can’t do
• Record scrambled channels that require a cable box
VCR
Wall
Recommended use
By using an A/B switch (not supplied), this hookup allows you to record
both scrambled and unscrambled channels conveniently.
What you can do with this hookup
• Record any unscrambled channel by selecting the channel directly on the
VCR (the A/B switch is set to A)
• Record any scrambled channel by selecting the channel on the cable box
(the A/B switch is set to B)
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
IN
OUT
or
or
Connect this cable
directly to your TV
if you don’t have a
cable box.
Connecting a cable box with only a few scrambled
channels, using an A/B switch
Getting Started
Recommended use
Use this hookup if you do not have a cable box. Also use this hookup if your
cable system scrambles only a few channels.
Page 12
Hookup 4
You have no cable box, or cable box with only a few
scrambled channels
VHF/UHF
A Match the type
of connector
on your TV: A,
B, or C.
VHF
B For connector
types B and C, no
UHF connection
UHF
is required.
What you can’t do
• Record one scrambled channel while watching another channel (the A/B
switch is set to B)
Wall
Cable box
Splitter
Rear of TV
IN
OUT
or
C
Cable box
IN
OUT
A/B switch
A
UHF
B
or
VCR
VHF/UHF
IN
continued
Getting Started
OUT
11
– 1-2 –
12
Getting Started
VHF/UHF
A Match the type
of connector on
your TV: A, B,
VHF
or C.
B For connector
types B and C,
no UHF
UHF
connection is
VHF
required.
C
Step 4
Step 4: Setting the RF unit (continued)
Setting the RF unit
5
?/1
Turn on your TV and set it to the channel you selected in step 1
(channel 3 or 4).
TV/VIDEO
If you made A/V connections (pages 7
and 8), you can skip this step.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
The channel you selected in step 4 appears on the TV screen. If the
channels change when you press CH +/–, you have made the
correct setting.
Getting Started
When connecting the VCR to the TV
using only the antenna cable, you must
set the RF UNIT switch on the rear of the
VCR so that the TV can receive the
correct signal from the VCR.
Whenever you use the VCR, set the TV to the channel selected in
step 1.
0
CH +/–
RF UNIT switch
1
RF UNIT
2
• ]/1
Press ?/1 to turn on the VCR.
• TV/
VIDEO
Press TV/VIDEO to display the VIDEO indicator in the VCR’s
display window.
3
4
CH3 CH4
• CH
Set the RF UNIT switch on the rear of the VCR to CH3 or CH4,
whichever channel is not used in your area. If both are used, set the
switch to either channel.
Press CH +/– to display a channel number in the display window.
Select an active channel number in your area.
continued
Getting Started
13
14
Step 5
Getting Started
Step 6
Selecting a
language
Before you start...
• Turn on the VCR and the TV.
• Set the TV to the VCR channel
(channel 3 or 4). If your TV is
connected to the VCR using A/V
connections, set the TV to video input.
• Press TV/VIDEO to display the
VIDEO indicator in the VCR’s display
window.
MENU
OK
M/m
First, we recommend that you preset the receivable channels in your area
using the One Touch Tuning function or SINTONIA AUTOMATICA in the
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA menu. Then, if some channels cannot be preset
automatically, set them manually. If there are any unwanted channels among
the preset ones, you can disable the channels.
Getting Started
You can change the on-screen display
language from Spanish to English.
Presetting channels
ONE TOUCH
TUNING
ONE TOUCH
TUNING
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m to move the
cursor (B) to SELECCION DEL IDIOMA
and press OK.
CHANNEL +/–
Presetting all receivable
channels using the One
Touch Tuning function
Press and hold ONE TOUCH TUNING on the VCR for more than
three seconds.
The VCR starts presetting the channel.
SELECCION DEL IDIOMA
• ESPAÑOL
ENGLISH
SP
APC
PLAY
OK
2
SELECCIONAR
FIN
: [V v]
: [ OK ]
The WAIT indicator goes off when all receivable channels are preset.
To check if the channels are preset correctly
Set the TV to the video channel and press CHANNEL +/– on the VCR. If
the TV screen changes to a different program each time you press
CHANNEL +/–, the channels are preset correctly.
Press M/m to select the desired language, then press OK.
PLAY
OK
Tip
• To stop the One Touch Tuning function, press ONE TOUCH TUNING or x STOP
on the VCR during the setting.
Note
• The menu disappears automatically if you don’t proceed for more than a few
minutes.
Getting Started
15
– 1-3 –
16
Getting Started
Step 6: Presetting channels (continued)
Presetting all receivable
channels automatically
2
If you have preset the channels using the
One Touch Tuning function, skip this
procedure.
Press M/m to select ANTENA/CABLE.
PLAY
OK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Getting Started
Before you start…
• Turn on the VCR and the TV.
• Set the TV to the VCR channel
(channel 3 or 4). If your TV is
connected to the VCR using A/V
connections, set the TV to video input.
• Press TV/VIDEO to display the
VIDEO indicator in the VCR’s display
window.
9
3
• To preset cable TV channels:
Press </, to set ANTENA/CABLE
to CABLE.
PLAY
OK
0
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
• To preset VHF and UHF channels:
Press </, to set ANTENA/CABLE
to ANT.
PLAY
OK
CAN 1
ANT • CABLE
ANTENA / CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
: [V v]
: [B b]
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
CAN 1
ANTENA / CABLE • ANT CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
•+
SINT. MANUAL
• SI
NO
AFT
SINTONIA FINA.
MENU
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
4
OK
M/m/</,
Press M/m to move the cursor (B) to
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA, then press
OK.
PLAY
OK
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m to move the
cursor (B) to AJUSTE DE SINTONIA and
press OK.
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
All receivable channels are preset in
numerical sequence. When no more
receivable channels can be found,
presetting stops and the picture from the
lowest numbered channel is displayed on
the TV screen.
CAN 1
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
: [V v]
: [B b]
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
CAN 1
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
POR FAVOR ESPERE
PLAY
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
OK
: [V v]
: [B b]
Note
• The menu disappears automatically if you don’t proceed for more than a few
minutes.
continued
Getting Started
17
18
Getting Started
Step 6: Presetting channels (continued)
Presetting/disabling
channels manually
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Getting Started
Before you start…
• Turn on the VCR and the TV.
• Set the TV to the VCR channel
(channel 3 or 4). If your TV is
connected to the VCR using A/V
connections, set the TV to video input.
• Press TV/VIDEO to display the
VIDEO indicator in the VCR’s display
window.
Number
buttons,
ENTER
0
• To preset a channel:
1 Press the number buttons to enter the
channel number, then press ENTER.
2 Press </, to set SINT. MANUAL
to +.
Channel to be preset
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
• CH
CH +/–
• To disable a channel:
1 Press CH +/– to select the channel
number.
2 Press </, to set SINT. MANUAL
to –.
3
PLAY
: [V v]
: [B b]
Channel to be disabled
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
: [V v]
: [B b]
Repeat step 2 to preset or disable channels as required, then press
OK.
OK
OK
M/m/</,
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m to move the
cursor (B) to AJUSTE DE SINTONIA and
press OK.
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
Note
• The menu disappears automatically if you don’t proceed for more than a few
minutes.
CAN 1
ANT • CABLE
ANTENA / CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
PLAY
OK
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
: [V v]
: [B b]
continued
Getting Started
19
– 1-4 –
20
Getting Started
CAN 5
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
+
SINT. MANUAL
•–
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
MENU
CAN 4
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
Step 6: Presetting channels (continued)
If the picture is not clear
Normally, the Auto Fine Tuning (AFT)
function automatically tunes in channels
clearly. If, however, the picture of a
channel is not clear, you can also use the
manual tuning function.
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Number
buttons,
ENTER
0
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
Getting Started
1
1
Press the number buttons to select the
channel you want to fine-tune, then press
ENTER.
Selected channel
ANT • CABLE
ANTENA / CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
0
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
3
PLAY
OK
Press M/m to move the cursor (B) to
SINTONIA FINA.
The fine tuning meter appears.
4
PLAY
OK
Press </, to adjust to a clearer picture,
then press OK.
Note that the AFT setting switches to NO.
OK
M/m/</,
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m to move the
cursor (B) to AJUSTE DE SINTONIA and
press OK.
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
: [B b]
CAN 1 4
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
ANT • CABLE
ANTENA / CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
SI • NO
SINTONIA FINA.
: [B b]
Tip
• To select the channel in step 2 above, you can also use the CH +/– buttons. In this
case, you don’t need to press ENTER.
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
Notes
• The menu disappears automatically if you don’t proceed for more than a few
minutes.
• When adjusting FINE TUNING, the menu may become difficult to read due to
interference from the picture being received.
PLAY
OK
CAN 1 4
ANTENA / CABLE
ANT • CABLE
SINTONIA AUTOMATICA
–
SINT. MANUAL
•+
AFT
• SI
NO
SINTONIA FINA.
AJUSTAR
CAN 1
: [V v]
: [B b]
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
AJUSTAR
MENU
CAN 1 4
AJUSTE DE SINTONIA
: [V v]
: [B b]
continued
Getting Started
21
22
Step 7
Getting Started
Step 7: Setting the clock (continued)
Setting the clock
3
PLAY
You must set the time and date on the
VCR to be able to use the timer
recording features properly.
AJUSTE DEL RELOJ
28.
9. 2001 V I E
12 : 0 0 AM
OK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Getting Started
Before you start...
• Turn on the VCR and the TV.
• Set the TV to the VCR channel
(channel 3 or 4). If your TV is
connected to the VCR using A/V
connections, set the TV to video input.
• Press TV/VIDEO to display the
VIDEO indicator in the VCR’s display
window.
Press , to select the month and press
M/m to set the month.
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
FIN
4
PLAY
0
OK
Set the year, hour, and minute in sequence,
using , to select the item to be set, and
M/m to select the digits.
: [B b]
: [V v]
: [ OK ]
AJUSTE DEL RELOJ
28.
9. 2001 V I E
6 : 0 0 PM
The day of the week is set automatically.
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
FIN
5
MENU
: [B b]
: [V v]
: [ OK ]
Press OK to start the clock.
PLAY
OK
OK
M/m/</,
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m to move the
cursor (B) to AJUSTE DEL RELOJ and
press OK.
PLAY
2
Press M/m to set the date.
PLAY
The day of the week is set automatically.
Note
• The menu disappears automatically if you don’t proceed for more than a few
minutes.
AJUSTE DEL RELOJ
1.
1 . 2 0 0 1 LUN
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
FIN
OK
Tip
• To change the digits during the setting, press < to return to the item to be changed,
and select the digits by pressing M/m.
12 : 0 0 AM
: [B b]
: [V v]
: [ OK ]
AJUSTE DEL RELOJ
28.
1 . 2 0 0 1 DOM
12 : 0 0 AM
OK
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
FIN
: [B b]
: [V v]
: [ OK ]
continued
Getting Started
23
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24
Getting Started
Basic Operations
Playing a tape
Playing a tape (continued)
3
Z EJECT
Press H PLAY.
PLAY
OK
CLEAR
1
2
3
4
5
6
Additional tasks
7
8
9
To
Press
Stop play
x STOP
Pause play
X PAUSE
Resume play after pause
X PAUSE or H PLAY
Fast-forward the tape
M FF during stop
Rewind the tape
m REW during stop
Eject the tape
Z EJECT
0
DISPLAY
H PLAY
H PLAY
M FF
M FF
x STOP
Basic Operations
X PAUSE
m REW
To set the color system
If streaks appear during playback, press COLOR SYSTEM on the VCR to
conform to the system that the tape was recorded in. (Normally, the color
system is correctly set whenever the tape is inserted.)
m REW
COLOR
SYSTEM
1
2
A EJECT
When the tape reaches the end, it will rewind automatically.
X PAUSE x STOP
If your tape was recorded in
Press COLOR SYSTEM until the indicator below
appears in the display window.
PAL-N
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
To play an NTSC-recorded tape
Set NTSC PB in the AJUSTES ESPECIALES according to the color system of
your TV. For details, see page 56.
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
If your TV is
Set NTSC PB to
Insert a tape.
PAL-N
ON PAL-N TV
The VCR turns on and starts playing
automatically if you insert a tape with its
safety tab removed.
NTSC 3.58
NTSC 3.58
* If you are using a multi-system TV, set the NTSC PB in the AJUSTES
ESPECIALES to NTSC 3.58 for better picture quality.
continued
Basic Operations
25
26
Basic Operations
Recording TV
programs
To use the time counter
Press CLEAR at the point on the tape that you want to find later. The counter
in the display window resets to “0:00:00.” Search for the point afterwards by
referring to the counter.
INPUT SELECT
SP
VIDEO
APC
TV/VIDEO
To display the counter on the TV screen, press DISPLAY. Press DISPLAY
again and the counter will disappear from the TV screen.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
CH +/–
DISPLAY
REC SPEED
Basic Operations
Notes
• The counter resets to “0:00:00” whenever a tape is reinserted.
• The counter stops counting when it comes to a portion with no recording.
• If a tape has portions recorded in both PAL-N and NTSC systems, the time counter
reading will not be correct. This is due to the difference between the counting
cycles of the two color systems.
• Depending on your TV, the following may occur while playing an NTSC-recorded
tape:
– the picture is black and white
– the picture shakes
– no picture appears on the TV screen
– black streaks appear horizontally on the TV screen
– the color density increases or decreases.
• Tapes recorded in the LP mode of other NTSC system VCRs can be played back on
this VCR but the picture quality cannot be guaranteed.
• While setting the menu on the TV screen, you cannot use the H PLAY, X PAUSE,
M FF, m REW, or x STOP button.
1
z REC
x STOP
1
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
To record from a cable box, turn it on.
2
Basic Operations
27
– 1-6 –
28
Basic Operations
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place.
Recording TV programs (continued)
3
• CH
Press CH +/– to select the channel you want to record.
To watch another TV program while recording
1 Press TV/VIDEO to turn off the VIDEO indicator in the display
window.
SP
VIDEO
4
REC SPEED
APC
Press REC SPEED to select the tape speed. (SP or LP for the PAL-N
color system, and SP or EP for the NTSC color system)
LP (Long Play) provides recording time twice as long as SP
(Standard Play). EP (Extended Play) provides recording time three
times as long as SP. However, SP produces better picture and audio
quality.
LP VIDEO
REC
The recording indicator lights up red in the display window.
LP VIDEO
APC
Safety tab
Notes
• The display doesn’t appear during still (pause) mode or slow-motion playback.
• If a tape has portions recorded in both PAL-N and NTSC systems, the time counter
reading will not be correct. This discrepancy is due to the difference between the
counting cycles of the two color systems.
• When you insert a non-standard commercially available tape, the remaining time
may not be correct.
• It may take up to one minute for the VCR to calculate and display the remaining
tape length after you press DISPLAY.
To check the remaining tape length
Press DISPLAY. The white bar indicates the approximate length of tape
remaining.
C
F
0 : 00 : 22
Select another channel on the TV.
Tips
• To select a channel, you can use the number buttons on the remote commander.
Enter the channel number, then press ENTER.
• You can select a video source from the LINE-1 IN or LINE-2 IN (SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only) jacks using the INPUT SELECT or CH +/– buttons.
• The display appears on the TV screen indicating information about the tape, but the
information won’t be recorded on the tape.
• If you don’t want to watch TV while recording, you can turn off the TV. When using
a cable box, make sure to leave it on.
• You can have the VCR stop recording automatically after starting at a specified
time. For details, see “Setting the recording duration time” on page 47.
To stop recording
Press x STOP.
SP
3
APC
Press z REC to start recording.
Recording indicator
If the TV is connected to the VCR using an audio/video cable, set the
TV to TV input. If the TV is connected to the VCR using only the
antenna cable, skip this step.
To save a recording
To prevent accidental erasure, break off the
safety tab as illustrated. To record on the tape
again, cover the tab hole with adhesive tape.
Basic Operations
5
2
Remaining tape length
Time counter
Tape speed*
* Appears for a few seconds when the ON SCREEN DISPLAY is pressed and when
the mode is changed.
continued
Basic Operations
29
30
Recording TV programs using the Easy Timer function (continued)
Recording TV
programs using
the Easy Timer
function
The Easy Timer function allows you to
make a timer recording of a program
without turning on your TV. Set the
recording timer to record only one
program that will be broadcast within
the next 24 hours using the EASY
TIMER knob. If the VCR clock has not
been set, you can also set the clock
before setting the timer recording.
Basic Operations
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Set the recording start time by turning the EASY TIMER knob
clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the time by 15
minutes.
CLEAR
Press CHANNEL +/– to
inrease or decrease the time
by a minute.
Number
buttons
Press ENTER (AM/PM) to
change AM and PM.
3
ENTER (AM/PM)
EASY
TIMER
CH +/–
0
EASY TIMER
EASY TIMER
SP
START
AM
APC
Push the EASY TIMER knob to confirm the start time setting.
The STOP indicator appears.
SP
PM
STOP
APC
Setting the Easy Timer
4
Basic Operations
REC SPEED
Before you start…
• When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Insert a tape with its safety tab in
place. Make sure the tape is longer
than the total recording time.
EASY TIMER
Set the recording stop time in the same way as in step 2, then push
the EASY TIMER knob.
A channel number flashes.
APC
5
CHANNEL +/–
EASY TIMER
Turn the EASY TIMER knob clockwise or counterclockwise to select
the channel you want to record.
To select the tape speed, press
REC SPEED.
REC SPEED
SP/LP (SP/EP)
1
SP
SP
LP
APC
REC SPEED
SP/LP
EASY TIMER
knob
(SP/EP)
EASY TIMER
Push the EASY TIMER knob.
6
The START indicator appears in the display window.
If the clock has not been set,
“–:– –” appears. Go to step 2
in “Setting or changing the
Easy Clock” on page 33.
SP
EASY TIMER
continued
Basic Operations
Push the EASY TIMER knob to confirm the setting.
The t indicator appears in
the display window and the
VCR stands by for recording.
START
AM
APC
31
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32
Basic Operations
AM
Recording TV programs using the Easy Timer function (continued)
Setting or changing the
Easy Clock
When “–:– –” is displayed in the VCR’s
display window, the VCR clock has not
been set. You need to set the clock using
the Easy Clock function before setting
the timer. You can also change the
current time using the Easy Clock
function.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
To continue the Easy Timer
setting, go to step 2 in
“Setting the Easy Timer” on
page 31.
ENTER (AM/PM)
EASY
TIMER
CH +/–
0
EASY TIMER
SP CLOCK START
AM
APC
EASY TIMER
SP
START STOP
PM
APC
To quit the Easy Timer setting mode without changing any settings,
push the EASY TIMER knob repeatedly until the t indicator
appears in the display window.
To set the timer and clock setting using the remote commander
You can also use the remote commander to set the Easy Timer and Easy
Clock. The operations on the VCR and the remote commander correspond as
follows:
Basic Operations
• When “–:– –” is displayed in the display window, push the
EASY TIMER knob.
• To change the clock setting, push and hold the EASY TIMER knob
on the VCR for more than three seconds.
The CLOCK indicator and the current clock setting appear in the
display window.
2
Push the EASY TIMER knob to finish setting the clock.
The VCR enters the timer recording setting mode.
Number
buttons
EASY TIMER
knob
1
EASY TIMER
Set the current time using the EASY TIMER knob.
1 Turn the EASY TIMER knob clockwise or counterclockwise to
enter the current hour.
2 Push the EASY TIMER knob to confirm the hour setting.
3 Turn the EASY TIMER knob to increase or decrease the minutes
setting by a minute.
Press ENTER (AM/PM) to
SP CLOCK START
AM
APC
change AM and PM.
To
Do this on the VCR
Do this on the remote
commander
Confirm the setting and go to
the next setting
Push the EASY TIMER
knob
Press EASY TIMER
Change the time by 15 minutes
(in START/STOP mode)
Turn the EASY TIMER
Hold CH +/– down
knob or hold CHANNEL
+/– down
Change the time by one minute
(in START/STOP mode)
Press CHANNEL +/–
Press CH +/–
Select the channel
Turn the EASY TIMER
knob or press
CHANNEL +/–
Press CH +/– or INPUT
SELECT
Change the hour/minute by
one hour/minute (in CLOCK
mode)
Turn the EASY TIMER
knob or press
CHANNEL+/–
Press CH +/–
You can also use the number buttons to set the clock, start and stop times,
and the channel you want to record. Just press the number buttons to enter
the hours and minutes. For example:
• To set the clock to “8:20”, press 0, 8, EASY TIMER , 2, 0 and EASY TIMER
in sequence.
• To set the start or stop time to “8:20”, press 0, 8, 2, 0 and EASY TIMER in
sequence.
If you make a mistake, re-enter the correct digits before pressing
EASY TIMER .
continued
Basic Operations
33
34
Basic Operations
Recording TV programs using the Easy Timer function (continued)
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
Tips
• To record from a source connected to the LINE-1 IN or LINE-2 IN (SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only) jacks, press INPUT SELECT or CH +/– or turn the EASY TIMER
knob to display “L1” or “L2” (SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR only) in the display
window.
• To record NTSC signals, set the tape speed to SP or EP. To set to the EP mode,
display “LP” in the display window.
To check or change the timer setting
Push the EASY TIMER knob repeatedly until the setting you want to check
or change flashes. Then re-enter the new setting, if necessary. If you do not
want to change any of the settings, push the EASY TIMER knob repeatedly
until the t indicator appears in the display window.
Notes
• You cannot set the Easy Timer if eight programs have already been set.
• You can set the timer for only one program using the Easy Timer function. If you
want to set the timer for other programs, use the PROGRAM./VERIF. menu. For
details, see page 37.
• You cannot set the date using the Easy Timer function. Set the date using the
AJUSTE DEL RELOJ menu if you want to set the timer with the menu. For details,
see page 23.
• The t indicator flashes in the display window when you complete the setting with
no tape inserted.
You can also change the timer setting using the PROGRAM./VERIF. menu.
For details, see page 50.
To cancel the timer setting
To cancel the Easy Timer setting while entering a setting, press CLEAR on
the remote commander or press CHANNEL + and – on the VCR at the same
time.
You can also do the following tasks while the VCR is recording:
•
•
•
•
Reset the counter.
Display tape information on the TV screen.
Check the timer settings.
Watch another TV program.
Basic Operations
To use the VCR after setting the timer
To use the VCR before a timer recording begins, just press ?/1. The t
indicator turns off and the VCR switches on. Remember to press ?/1 to reset
the VCR to the timer recording standby mode after using the VCR.
To watch the recorded program right after recording with the Easy
Timer
The SEARCH MODE indicator starts flashing when the VCR finishes the
Easy Timer recording. To watch the recorded program, push the EASY
TIMER knob. The VCR turns on, starts searching, then automatically starts
playback from the beginning of the recording. For details, see page 40.
continued
Basic Operations
35
– 1-8 –
36
Basic Operations
Setting the timer
manually
Setting the timer manually (continued)
2
?/1
PLAY
You can preset up to eight programs at a
time.
Before you start…
• Check that the VCR clock is set to the
correct time.
• Insert a tape with its safety tab in
place. Make sure the tape is longer
than the total recording time.
• Turn on your TV and set it to the
video channel.
OK
INPUT SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Set the date, start and stop times, channel
number, and tape speed:
1 Press , to select each item in turn.
2 Press M/m to set each item.
To correct a setting, press < to return to
that setting and reset it.
PROGRAM. / VERIF.
28. 9 VIE
FECHA INICIO
FIN CANAL
3 0 . 9 DOM – : – –
– : ––
– – SP
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
To record the same program every day or the same day every week,
press m while the date is flashing. For details, see “Daily/weekly
recording” on page 39.
0
INPUT
SELECT
CH +/–
3
OK
M/m/</,
Basic Operations
MENU
To record from a source connected to the LINE-1 IN or LINE-2 IN
(SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR only) jacks, press INPUT SELECT or CH
+/– to display “L1” or “L2” (SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR only) in the
“CANAL” position.
Press , to confirm the setting.
PLAY
OK
4
The cursor (B) appears at the beginning of the line. To enter another
setting, move the cursor to the next line and repeat step 2.
Press OK.
PLAY
OK
5
• ]/1
Press ?/1 to turn off the VCR.
The t indicator appears in the display window and the VCR
stands by for recording.
1
To record from other equipment, leave the connected equipment
switched on.
MENU
PLAY
Press MENU and select PROGRAM./
VERIF., then press OK.
PROGRAM. / VERIF.
28. 9 VIE
FECHA INICIO
FIN CANAL
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
OK
continued
Basic Operations
37
38
Basic Operations
Search Operations
Searching for the beginning of an
Easy Timer recorded program
Daily/weekly recording
In step 2 above, press m to select the recording pattern. Each time you press
m, the indication changes as shown below. Press M to change the indication
in reverse order.
If you record a program using the Easy
Timer function, you can easily find the
beginning of the recording with the
SEARCH MODE function. The SEARCH
MODE indicator flashes when the VCR
finishes making an Easy Timer
recording.
the current date t DOM-SAB (Sunday to Saturday) t
LUN-SAB (Monday to Saturday) t LUN-VIE (Monday to Friday) t
TODOS SAB (every Saturday) t ..... t TODOS LUN (every Monday) t
TODOS DOM (every Sunday) t 1 month later t (dates count down) t
the current date
Tips
• To set the channel, you can also use the CH +/– or number buttons.
• To set the tape speed, you can also use the REC SPEED button.
• To record NTSC signals, set the tape speed to SP or EP. To set to the EP mode, display
“LP” in the tape speed position.
EASY TIMER
knob
SEARCH MODE
Push the EASY TIMER knob.
Note
• The t indicator flashes in the display window when you press ?/1 with no tape
inserted.
The VCR turns on, rewinds to the beginning of the recorded program and
starts playback automatically. The SEARCH MODE indicator turns off.
Basic Operations
Tip
• You can start the SEARCH MODE function after the flashing of the SEARCH
MODE indicator has been stopped. The flashing stops when you turn on the VCR
and press the SEARCH MODE button (Do not press any button at this point,
otherwise this SEARCH MODE function will be canceled). To start the SEARCH
MODE function, press the SEARCH MODE button repeatedly until the SEARCH
MODE indicator flashes. Push the EASY TIMER knob. The VCR rewinds and starts
playback automatically.
If you continue to press the SEARCH MODE button while the SEARCH MODE
indicator is flashing, you can enter other search operations (For details, see the
following pages). Each press of the SEARCH MODE button changes the search
operations as follows:
REMAIN
BLANK
INDEX
TIME
Off
Note
• This SEARCH MODE function will be canceled (the SEARCH MODE indicator
turns off) if:
– The VCR starts recording other programs.
– You press the H PLAY, M FF, m REW or A EJECT button while the VCR is
on.
Basic Operations
39
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40
Search Operations
Searching for the
current position
on a tape
Searching using
the Blank Search
function
EASY TIMER
knob
This feature enables you to find the
current position on a tape as well as the
remaining time of the tape.
EASY TIMER
knob
This feature enables you to find a blank
section on your tape.
SEARCH MODE
SEARCH MODE
Press SEARCH MODE repeatedly until the
REMAIN indicator appears in the display
window as shown on the right.
SP
START
APC
n
SP
2
START
START
APC
Push the EASY TIMER knob to display
the tape meter on the TV screen.
The SEARCH MODE indicator turns off.
A cursor (x) indicates the current position
on the tape.
––––––––––––––––
Tape meter
0:15 (remaining
time of the tape)
APC
APC
Notes
• To display the remaining time correctly you may have to select the SELEC DE CINTA in the
AJUSTES ESPECIALES according to the type of the tape that you are using. For details, see
page 56.
• In step 2, “FULL” will appear in the display window for about one minute, if:
– there is no blank section available on the tape.
– the remaining time of a blank section is less than one minute.
• The VCR can only detect the blank section between the end of the tape and the end of the last
recorded program.
To stop the Search function
Press x STOP.
Notes
• To display the remaining time correctly you may have to select the SELEC DE CINTA in the
AJUSTES ESPECIALES according to the type of the tape that you are using. For details, see
page 56.
• In step 2, the VCR automatically rewinds and fast-forwards the tape only if you press the
SEARCH MODE button right after you insert a tape. This is so that the VCR can measure the
current position on the tape.
• You cannot use this function during any recording mode.
Blank section
Last recorded
program
41
42
Searching using
the index
function
The VCR marks the tape with an index
signal at the point where each recording
begins. Use these signals as references to
find a specific recording. The VCR can
search up to 99 index signals ahead of or
behind the current position. You can
either use the INDEX SEARCH buttons
on the remote commander or the
SEARCH MODE button and EASY
TIMER knob on the VCR.
START
To stop searching
To stop the VCR while searching for a blank section, press x STOP.
“REMAIN” and the remaining time of the tape appear in the display window in
the following order:
Search Operations
SP
“BLANK” and the remaining time of the
blank section appear alternately in the
display window for about one minute.
POSICIÓN DE LA CINTA
MAIN
Push the EASY TIMER knob on the VCR.
The SEARCH MODE indicator turns off.
The VCR fast-forwards to the end of the
tape. Then, the VCR rewinds the tape to
the last recorded program. After a few
seconds, the VCR starts playback and
stops at the beginning of the blank
section.
APC
RE-
SP
The SEARCH MODE indicator lights up.
The SEARCH MODE indicator lights up.
2
Press SEARCH MODE repeatedly until the
BLANK indicator appears in the display
window.
n
1
1
End of tape
Search Operations
Searching using the index function (continued)
Using the SEARCH MODE
button and EASY TIMER
knob on the VCR
EASY TIMER
knob
./>
INDEX
SEARCH
SEARCH MODE
1
Press SEARCH MODE on the VCR repeatedly until “INDEX” appears
in the VCR’s display window (the SEARCH MODE indicator lights up).
SP
Before you start…
• Turn on the VCR and the TV.
• Set the TV to the video channel.
2
APC
Turn the EASY TIMER knob to specify how many index signals ahead
or behind you want to search:
• To search ahead, turn the EASY TIMER knob clockwise.
• To search backwards, turn the EASY TIMER knob counterclockwise.
Using the INDEX SEARCH
buttons on the remote
commander
1
2
SP
APC
3
Insert an indexed tape into the VCR.
Press ./> INDEX SEARCH repeatedly to specify how many
index signals ahead or behind you want to search:
• To search ahead, press > INDEX
SEARCH.
START
Push the EASY TIMER knob.
The VCR starts searching. Playback starts (the SEARCH MODE
indicator turns off) from the point about five seconds ahead of the
specified index mark.
INDICE
8
BUSQUEDA
• To search backwards, press . INDEX
SEARCH.
To stop searching
Press x STOP.
The VCR starts searching and the index
number on the TV screen counts down to zero.
Playback starts from the point about five
seconds ahead of the specified index mark.
Note
• No index signal will be added when recording starts from recording pause.
However, an index signal will be marked if you change the channel during
recording pause.
continued
Search Operations
43
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44
Search Operations
Additional Operations
Searching using the Time Search
function
EASY TIMER
Playing/searching
at various speeds
knob
You can easily find a specific point on a
tape by using the Time Search function.
For example, you can find a recorded
section 15 minutes ahead of or behind
the current position of a tape by using
the Time Search function.
×2
H PLAY
m REW
y SLOW
M FF
SEARCH MODE
H PLAY
M FF
1
Press SEARCH MODE repeatedly until “TIME” appears in the display
window (the SEARCH MODE indicator lights up).
m REW
SP
APC
2
Turn the EASY TIMER knob clockwise or counterclockwise to set the
length of time you want the VCR to fast-forward or rewind the tape.
Each turn on the knob increases or decreases the duration by 15
minutes.
For example, if you want to watch a recorded section 15 minutes ahead
of the current position, turn the EASY TIMER knob once clockwise.
To change the time by one
minute, press CHANNEL
+/–.
3
SP
APC
Push the EASY TIMER knob.
The VCR starts searching and the tape counter starts counting until it
reaches the specified point.
APC
During fast-forward, hold down M FF down. During
rewind, hold down m REW.
Play at high speed
• During playback, press M FF or m REW on the
remote commander.
• During playback, hold down M FF or m REW.
When you release the button, normal playback resumes.
Play at twice the normal speed
During playback or pause, press × 2.
Play in slow motion
During playback or pause, press y SLOW.
Play frame by frame
During pause, press M FF or m REW on the remote
commander. Hold down the button to play one frame each
second.
Rewind and start play
While the tape is stopped, hold down 0 REW on the VCR
and press H PLAY on the VCR.
Tips
• Adjust the picture using the TRACKING +/– buttons on the VCR if:
– streaks appear while playing in slow motion.
– the picture shakes during pause.
To set tracking to the center position, press both buttons (+/–) at the same time.
• If noise appears during pause or frame-by-frame playback, first switch to the slow
motion playback, then adjust the picture using TRACKING +/– on the VCR.
The VCR starts playback automatically when the tape counter reaches
the specified point (the SEARCH MODE indicator turns off).
To stop searching
Press x STOP.
Notes
• The sound is muted during these operations.
• In LP or EP mode, noise may appear or there may be no color.
• The picture may show noise when playing at high speed in reverse.
Tip
• The VCR can search up to three hours ahead of or behind the current position of a
tape.
Setting the
recording
duration time
Operation
View the picture during fastforward or rewind
To resume normal playback
Press H PLAY.
SP
Search Operations
Playback options
45
46
Additional Operations
Synchronized recording
(SLV-EX90S AR only)
After you have started recording in the
normal way, you can have the VCR stop
recording automatically after a specified
duration.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
The Synchronized Recording feature enables you to record from the
connected equipment such as a satellite tuner, a cable TV decoder or a TV
that has a timer function. Once you set the timer on the other equipment, the
VCR will start recording the program synchronized with the timer.
0
Connections necessary to use this function
Connect the other equipment to the LINE-1 IN jacks of this VCR.
This VCR (Recorder)
z REC
1
Satellite tuner, etc.
LINE-1 IN
While recording, press z REC.
LINE OUT
The t indicator appears in the display window.
SP
VIDEO
APC
VMC-810HG audio/video cable (not supplied)
2
: Signal flow
Press z REC repeatedly to set the duration.
Each press advances the time in increments of 30 minutes.
0:30
1:00
5:30
6:00
How to make a Synchronized recording
Normal recording
SYNCHRO
REC
The tape counter decreases minute by minute to 0:00, then the VCR
stops recording and turns off automatically.
To extend the duration
Press z REC repeatedly to set to the new duration.
REC SPEED
SP/LP (SP/EP)
To cancel the duration
Press z REC repeatedly until the t indicator turns off and the VCR returns
to normal recording mode.
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
Additional Operations
47
– 1-11 –
48
1
Press INPUT SELECT or CH +/– on the remote commander to display
“L1” in the display window.
2
Set the timer on the equipment to the time of the program you want to
record, then turn it off.
3
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place. Make sure the tape is longer
than the total recording time.
Additional Operations
4
Press REC SPEED to select the tape speed (SP or LP for the PAL-N color
system, and SP or EP for the NTSC color system).
5
Hold down SYNCHRO REC for more than two seconds.
Checking/
changing/
canceling timer
settings
The SYNCHRO REC button lights up and the VCR stands by for
recording.
?/1
The VCR automatically turns on and starts recording when it receives
video/audio signals from the connected equipment.
CLEAR
Before you start…
• Turn on your TV and set it to the
video channel.
To cancel the Synchronized recording
Press SYNCHRO REC so that the button’s light turns off.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
To stop recording
Press x STOP while recording.
0
The VCR automatically stops recording when the tape reaches the end or
when the other equipment stops transmitting the video/audio signals.
MENU
Notes
• Some TVs or other equipment automatically turn off in a certain amount of time if
you do not operate it after it turns on with the timer. In this case the Synchronized
Recording also stops automatically.
• The Synchronized Recording starts and stops according to the signals from the
connected equipment. Refer also to the instruction manual of the connected
equipment for information about its timer function.
• Some equipment keeps transmitting signals even though the power is off. In this
case, the Synchronized Recording feature does not work because the VCR will not
be able to know when to start recording. To record the program, set the timer on the
VCR. If you use a satellite tuner or a cable TV decoder, make sure to turn it on. For
details, see “Setting the timer manually”.
• If the settings for timer recording and Synchronized Recording overlap, the
program that starts first has priority and the second program starts recording only
after the first program has finished.
• To record NTSC signals, set the tape speed to SP or EP. To record in the EP mode, set
the tape speed to “LP”.
OK
M/m/</,
1
2
Press ?/1 to turn on the VCR.
Press MENU, then press M/m to select
PROGRAM./VERIF. and press OK:
PROGRAM. / VERIF.
28. 9 VIE
FECHA INICIO
FIN CANAL
3 0 . 9 DOM 8 : 0 0 PM 9 : 0 0 PM 3 5 SP
2 . 10 MAR 10 : 0 0 AM 11 : 3 0 AM 2 0 LP
LUN – VIE
2 : 0 0 PM 3 : 0 0 PM 6 0 LP
TODOS DOM 6 : 3 0 AM 7 : 0 0 AM 4 2 LP
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
––. –
– : ––
– : ––
–– –
• If you want to change or cancel a setting,
go on to the next step.
• If you do not need to change or cancel the
settings, press OK, then turn off the VCR to
return to recording standby.
Additional Operations
3
49
50
Additional Operations
Recording stereo and bilingual
programs (SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR
only)
Press M/m to select the setting you want to change or cancel:
• To change the setting, press </, to select the item you want to
change, and press M/m to reset it. Then, press , repeatedly until the
cursor (”) appears at the beginning of the line.
• To cancel the setting, press CLEAR.
4
Press OK.
Recording stereo programs
If any timer settings remain, turn off the VCR to return to recording
standby.
This VCR automatically receives and records stereo programs. When a
stereo program is received, the STEREO indicator lights up. If there is noise
in the stereo program, set AUTO ESTEREO in the AJUSTES ESPECIALES to
NO. The sound will be recorded in monaural (on both hi-fi and normal
audio tracks) but with less noise. For details, see page 56.
When the timer settings overlap
The program that starts first has priority and the second program starts
recording only after the first program has finished. If the programs start at
the same time, the program listed first in the menu has priority.
Recording bilingual programs
Normally, this VCR records only the main sound. When a SAP (Second
Audio Program) is received, the SAP indicator appears on the TV screen for
a few seconds. To record only SAP sound, set SELEC. AUDIO in the
AJUSTES ESPECIALES to SAP. For details, see page 56.
Program 1
Program 2
will be cut off
Selecting the sound during playback
Press AUDIO MONITOR to select the sound you want. (If you are recording,
the sound being recorded will not change.)
To listen to
On-screen display
Display window
Stereo
ESTEREO
STEREO
Left channel
CAN. I
STEREO
Right channel
CAN. D
STEREO
Monaural sound on the
normal audio track*
No indicator
No indicator
* Usually the mixed sound of left and right channels (monaural)
Additional Operations
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– 1-12 –
52
Additional Operations
Adjusting the picture
How sound is recorded on a video tape
The VCR records sound onto two separate tracks. Hi-fi audio is recorded
onto the main track along with the picture. Monaural sound is recorded
onto the normal audio track along the edge of the tape.
Normal audio track
Adjusting the tracking
Although the VCR automatically adjusts the tracking when playing a tape
(the indicator flashes in the display window, then turns off), distortion
may occur if the recording is in poor condition. In this case, manually adjust
the tracking.
Monaural sound
Hi-fi audio track
(main track)
Press the TRACKING +/– buttons on the VCR to
display the tracking meter. The distortion should
disappear as you press one of the two tracking
buttons (the indicator lights up). To resume
automatic tracking adjustment, eject the tape and
re-insert it.
Stereo sound
(left/right channels)
Notes
• To play a tape in stereo, you must use the A/V connections.
• When you play a tape recorded in monaural, the sound is heard in monaural
regardless of the AUDIO MONITOR setting.
• If the AUDIO MONITOR button does not function, check that MEZCL. AUDIO in
the AJUSTES ESPECIALES is set to NO. For details, see page 56.
TRACKING NORMAL
Tracking meter
About the R2 (Reality Regenerator) function (SLVEX90S AR only)
The R2 function automatically
adjusts the picture to the most
suitable quality during playback.
When playback starts, the R2
function activates and the R2
button lights up.
R2
Each press of the button changes the effect and indication in the display
window as follows:
REAL (status of playback started)
Additional Operations
53
54
AJUSTES ESPECIALES
NO
AUTO ANT SE L • S I
NO
AUTO ESTEREO • S I
MEZCL. AUD IO
SI
• NO
SELEC. AUD IO • MAIN SAP
APC
• SI
NO
NTSC PB
• ON PA L - N TV NTSC 3 . 58
SELEC DE CINTA • AUTO 1 80
SELECCIONAR : [ V v ]
AJUSTAR
: [B b]
Additional Operations
1
Press MENU, then select AJUSTES ESPECIALES.
SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR
AJUSTES ESPECIALES
NO
AUTO ANT SEL • SI
NO
AUTO ESTEREO • SI
MEZCL. AUDIO
SI
• NO
SELEC. AUDIO • MAIN SAP
APC
• SI
NO
NTSC PB
• ON PAL - N TV NTSC 3. 58
SELEC DE CINTA • AUTO 1 80
SELECCIONAR : [ V v ]
AJUSTAR
: [B b]
APC playback
The APC function automatically works on all types of tapes, including rental
tapes and tapes that were not recorded with APC.
2
3
APC recording
Whenever you insert a tape and first start recording, the VCR adjusts to the
tape using the APC function (the APC indicator flashes rapidly). This
adjustment is retained until the tape is ejected.
SLV-EX50 AR
AJUSTES ESPECIALES
NO
AUTO ANT SEL • S I
APC
• SI
NO
NTSC PB
• ON PA L - N TV NTSC 3 . 58
SELEC DE CINTA • AUTO 1 80
SELECCIONAR
AJUSTAR
: [V v]
: [B b]
Press M/m to select the option, then press </, to change the setting.
Press OK to return to the original screen.
Menu choices
Initial settings are indicated in bold print.
To deactivate the APC function
Set APC to NO in the AJUSTES ESPECIALES. The APC indicator in the
display window turns off.
Tip
• To set the tracking to the center position, press the TRACKING + and – buttons at
the same time.
Note
• There is a delay of a few seconds before the VCR actually starts recording while the
VCR analyzes the tape. To avoid the delay, first set the VCR to recording pause (the
APC indicator flashes slowly) and press z REC to have the VCR analyze the tape
(the APC indicator flashes rapidly). After the APC indicator stops flashing, press
X PAUSE to start recording immediately. If you press X PAUSE before the APC
indicator stops flashing, the APC function is cancelled.
Additional Operations
DYNA (dynamic)
Changing menu options
About the Adaptive Picture Control (APC) function
The Adaptive Picture Control (APC) function
automatically improves recording and playback
quality by adjusting the VCR to the condition of
the video heads and tape. To maintain better
picture quality, we recommend that you set APC to
SI in the AJUSTES ESPECIALES (The APC
indicator lights up in the display window). For
details, see page 56.
SOFT
55
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56
Menu option
Set this option to
AUTO ANT SEL
SI if your TV is connected only to VHF/UHF OUT on the VCR. To
play a tape, set the TV to the VCR channel (channel 3 or 4).
NO if your TV is connected to both VHF/UHF OUT and LINE
OUT on the VCR. To play a tape, set the TV to the VCR input.
AUTO ESTEREO
(SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only)
SI to receive stereo programs.
NO to reduce noise. The sound changes to monaural.
MEZCL. AUDIO
(SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only)
SI to listen to the hi-fi and normal audio tracks at the same time.
The AUDIO MONITOR button will not function.
NO to listen to the hi-fi and normal audio tracks separately. Select
the sound using the AUDIO MONITOR button.
For details, see page 52.
SELEC. AUDIO
(SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only)
MAIN to record the main sound.
SAP to record the SAP (Second Audio Program) sound.
APC
SI to switch on the APC (Adaptive Picture Control) function and
improve picture quality.
NO to switch off APC.
NTSC PB
ON PAL-N TV to play back an NTSC-recorded tape on a PAL-N
TV.
NTSC 3.58 to playback an NTSC-recorded tape on an NTSC TV.
For details, see page 26.
SELEC DE CINTA
AUTO when using a T-160 length tape or any tape shorter than a
T-140 length tape
180 when using a T-140 or T-180 length tape.
Additional Operations
Editing with another VCR
Editing with another VCR (continued)
How to connect to a stereo system (SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only)
How to connect to record on this VCR
Connect the LINE-1 IN AUDIO R/L or LINE-2 IN AUDIO L/R jacks on this
VCR to the audio output jacks on the stereo system, using the RK-C510HG
audio cable (not supplied).
For SLV-EX90S AR and EX80S AR only
This VCR (Recorder)
TV
Tips
• (For SLV-EX50 AR only)
Use commercially available connecting cable such as the Sony VMC-710HG/720HG
(2-phono to 2-phono). If the other VCR has the AUDIO L and R jacks, use a
connecting cable such as the Sony VMC-910HG (3-phono to 2-phono).
• (For SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR only)
If the other VCR is a monaural type, the sound is recorded only on the channel
whose jack is connected to the audio plug. To record on both right and left channels,
connect the audio plugs to the AUDIO R/L jacks using a VMC-910HG (3-phono to
2-phono) audio/video cable (not supplied).
Other VCR (Player)
LINE-1 IN
LINE OUT
Notes
• Make sure you connect the plugs to jacks of the same color.
• (For SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR only)
When you connect a monaural VCR to the LINE-1 IN or LINE-2 IN jacks, make sure
to connect the audio plug to the AUDIO L (white) jack. The sound is recorded on
both right and left channels. When connecting to the AUDIO R (red) jack, the
sound is recorded only on the right channel.
• If you connected this VCR to both the LINE IN and LINE OUT jacks of the other
VCR, select the input correctly to prevent humming noise.
VMC-810HG audio/video cable (not supplied)
For SLV-EX50 AR only
This VCR (Recorder)
TV
Other VCR (Player)
LINE-1 IN
LINE OUT
VMC-710HG/720HG audio/video cable (not supplied)
: Signal flow
continued
Additional Operations
57
58
Additional Operations
Additional Information
General setup information
Operation
(when recording on this VCR)
Attaching the external
antenna connector
Before you start editing
• Turn on your TV and set it to the
video channel.
• Press INPUT SELECT or CH +/– to
display “L1” or “L2” (SLV-EX90S AR/
EX80S AR only) in the display
window.
• Press REC SPEED to select the tape
speed (SP or LP for the PAL-N system,
and SP or EP for the NTSC system).
When using a 300-ohm twin lead cable
for aVHF/UHF antenna, use the EAC-32
antenna connector (not supplied) to
connect the antenna to the VCR.
X PAUSE
1
2
3
z REC
1
Insert a source tape with its safety tab removed into the other
(playback) VCR. Search for the point to start playback and set it to
playback pause.
2
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place into this (recording) VCR.
Search for the point to start recording and press X PAUSE.
3
4
Press z REC on this VCR to set it to recording pause.
300-ohm twin
lead cable
EAC-32 antenna
connector (not
supplied)
Loosen the screws on the antenna connector.
Wind the twin leads around the screws on the antenna connector.
Retighten the screws.
Attaching a UHF/VHF band
mixer
300-ohm twin
lead cable
When using both a 75-ohm coaxial cable
and a 300-ohm twin lead cable for a
VHF/UHF antenna, use the EAC-66
UHF/VHF band separator/mixer (not
supplied) to connect the antenna to the
VCR.
To start editing, press the X PAUSE buttons on both VCRs at the same
time.
EAC-66
UHF/VHF
band
separator/
mixer (not
supplied)
To stop editing
Press the x STOP buttons on both VCRs.
Tips
• To edit more precisely, press the X PAUSE buttons on the VCRs to release pause.
• To cut out unwanted scenes while editing, press X PAUSE on this VCR when an
unwanted scene begins. When it ends, press X PAUSE again to resume recording.
75-ohm coaxial
cable
1
2
3
4
Note
• If you start recording following the procedure above, the VCR won’t start recording
with the APC function. To record a tape with the APC function, press z REC again
during recording pause in step 3 so that the VCR analyzes the tape. Then, press
X PAUSE after the APC indicator stops flashing to start recording. If you press
X PAUSE before the APC indicator stops flashing, the APC function is canceled.
Additional Operations
59
– 1-14 –
60
Loosen the screws on the mixer.
Wind the twin leads around the screws on the mixer.
Retighten the screws.
Connect the 75-ohm coaxial cable to the mixer.
Additional Information
Index to parts and controls
Index to parts and controls (continued)
Display window
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
Front panel
2
1
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STEREO SP CLOCK START STOP
LP VIDEO AMPM APC
EP
34 5 6
!£ !™!¡!º 987
1 Timer indicator (38)
2 STEREO indicator (52) (SLV-EX90S
AR/EX80S AR only)
qs CHANNEL/TRACKING +/–
buttons (29, 54)
1 ?/1 POWER switch (13, 38)
2 Tape compartment
qd Remote sensor (5)
3 A EJECT button (26)
4 m REW (rewind) button (26, 46)
5 H PLAY button (26)
qf SYNCHRO REC button (48)
(SLV-EX90S AR only)
6 M FF (fast-forward) button
(26, 46)
8 APC (Adaptive Picture Control)
indicator (55)
9 STOP indicator (32)
3 Tape speed indicator (29)
0 Tracking indicator (54)
4 VIDEO indicator (13, 30)
qa Color system indicator (26)
5 CLOCK indicator (33)
qs Time counter/clock/line/channel
indicator (27, 29, 33, 59)
6 AM/PM indicator (33)
qg REC SPEED SP (Standard Play)/LP
(Long Play)/EP (Extended Play)
button (29)
NTSC
PAL
7 START indicator (31)
qd Tape/recording indicator (29)
qh COLOR SYSTEM button (26)
7 z REC (record) button (29)
qj ONE TOUCH TUNING button (16)
8 x STOP button (26)
qk R2 (Reality Regenerator) button (54)
(SLV-EX90S AR only)
9 X PAUSE button (26)
q; SEARCH MODE button/indicator
(40, 41, 42, 44, 45)
qa EASY TIMER knob (31, 40, 41, 42,
44, 45)
ql LINE-2 IN VIDEO/AUDIO L/R
jacks (58) (SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR
only)
continued
Additional Information
65
66
Additional Information
Index to parts and controls (continued)
Rear panel (SLV-EX90S AR/EX80S AR)
1
2
Remote commander
3
1 TV/VIDEO remote control switch (5)
2 Z EJECT button (26)
3 TV/VIDEO button (for TV) (13, 30)
4 INPUT SELECT button (30, 38)
5 CLEAR button (27, 51)
5
1 AC power cord
2 LINE-1 IN AUDIO R/L/VIDEO
jacks (57)
3 VHF/UHF IN/OUT connectors (9,
10, 11, 12)
4
4 RF (Radio Frequency) UNIT switch
(13)
1
2
3
6 EASY TIMER button (34)
4
5
6
7
8
9
7 R2 (Reality Regenerator) button (54)
(SLV-EX90S AR only)
8 z REC button (29, 47)
0
5 LINE OUT AUDIO/VIDEO R/L
jacks (7)
9 REC SPEED button (29)
0 ×2 button (46)
qa MENU button (10, 56)
qs Tape/menu operation buttons
Rear panel (SLV-EX50 AR)
1
2
5
1 AC power cord
2 LINE-1 IN AUDIO/VIDEO jacks
(57)
X PAUSE/M button (26)
x STOP/m button (26)
m REW (rewind)/< button (26,
46)
M FF (fast-forward)/, button (26,
46)
H PLAY/OK button (26)
3
4
4 RF (Radio Frequency) UNIT switch
(13)
5 LINE OUT AUDIO/VIDEO jacks (8)
3 VHF/UHF IN/OUT connectors (9,
10, 11, 12)
continued
Additional Information
67
– 1-15 –
68
Additional Information
qd ?/1 (power) switch (38)
qf AUDIO MONITOR button (52)
(This button doesn’t work for SLVEX50 AR only)
qg Number buttons and ENTER (AM/
PM) buttons (20, 30, 33)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
qh CH (channel) +/– buttons (20, 29)
qj VOL (volume) +/– buttons (for TV)
qk DISPLAY button (27, 29)
ql ./> INDEX SEARCH buttons
(43)
w; y SLOW button (46)
Additional Information
69
– 1-16E –
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
NOTE: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
2-1. CASE, FRONT PANEL BLOCK ASSEMBLY
1 Two tapping screws
3 Upper case
4 Flat Cable FDI-002
2 Two tapping screws
Hooks
5 Flat Cable FDM-010
Hooks
6 Flat Cable FDI-002
Hooks
Hooks
7 Front panel
(Engaged by the six hooks)
2-2. DM-98 BOARD, DI-81 BOARD, FJ-31 BOARD
7 Flat Cable FDI-002
6 FJ-31 board
8 Two screws
(B2.6 × 8)
1 Four screws
(B2.6 × 8)
9 Earth Plate
0 Two screws
(B2.6 × 8)
4 DI-81 board
2 DM-98 board
3 Flat Cable FDM-010
5 Flat Cable FDI-002
2-1
2-3. REAR PANEL
2 Rear panel
(Engaged by the seven hooks)
Hooks
Hooks
Hooks
Hooks
1 POWER code stopper
2-4. MA-402 BOARD
1 Six screws
(Sumitite (B3) +BV)
2 MA-402 board with
mechanism deck
2-2
2-5. MECHANISM DECK
4 Flat cable FMD-022/FMD-023
5 Harness FE-141
3 Flat Cable FAC-009
6 Two screws
(BVTP 3 × 12)
9 Screw
(BVTP 3 × 12)
2 Screw
(Sumitite (B3), +BV)
qs Mechanism deck
1 Flexible cable
CN202
CN331
qa MA-402 board
0 MD base (R)
7 MD base (M)
8 MD base (R)
Note: When mounting the mechanism deck,
first align mark on the rotary switch.
2-3
2-6. INTERNAL VIEWS
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0D0A-R)
1-796-011-11 (SLV-EX50AR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0D1A-R)
1-796-012-11 (SLV-EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0B4A-R)
1-772-363-11 (SLV-EX50BR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0B7A-R)
1-772-366-11 (SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
FE head
1-500-471-11
ACE head assembly
A-6759-720-A
Q001
Tape end sensor
8-729-043-84
Q002
Tape top sensor
8-729-043-84
D001
Tape top/end LED
8-719-066-72
M902
Capstan motor
1-763-572-11
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0D0A-R)
1-796-011-11 (SLV-EX50AR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0D1A-R)
1-796-012-11 (SLV-EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0B4A-R)
1-772-363-11 (SLV-EX50BR)
Drum assembly (M901) (DZH-0B7A-R)
1-772-366-11 (SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
M903
Cam motor assembly
X-3950-970-1
2-4
2-7. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
(
MA-402
VIDEO, AUDIO, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL,
TUNER, I/O, MODE CONTROL,
POWER SUPPLY
DM-98 (USER CONTROL)
FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN)
DI-81 (DIAL TIMER)
2-5E
)
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 3
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-1
3-2
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-2. VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC101ql REC/PB
IC201y; REC/PB
IC201uk PB
320mVp-p (H)
IC201tk REC/PB
IC2914 REC
REC:512mVp-p (H)
PB :584mVp-p (H)
2.1Vp-p (H)
IC2914 PB
IC291w; PB
152mVp-p (H)
2.2Vp-p (H)
2.36Vp-p (15.7KHz)
640mVp-p (H)
IC201ug REC/PB
IC201ul PB
496mVp-p (4.43MHz)(PAL)
720mVp-p (H)
IC201ua REC/PB
608mVp-p
(3.58MHz)(NTSC)
IC201iaREC/PB
5.3Vp-p (H)
IC201t; REC/PB
IC101qj REC/PB
4.6Vp-p (H)
2.16Vp-p (15.7KHz)
IC201ih,il REC
40mVp-p (H)
IC201e;REC/PB
1.1Vp-p (H)
3-3
IC201qk,ql REC/PB
IC201wa REC/PB
REC:472mVp-p (H)
PB :504mVp-p (H)
392mVp-p (H)
IC201wd REC/PB
IC201whREC/PB
REC:472mVp-p (H)
PB :504mVp-p (H)
REC:512mVp-p (H)
PB :584mVp-p (H)
3-4
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-3. SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC101 <z/c REC/PB
5.0Vp-p (30Hz)
IC101 <z/v REC
5.0Vp-p (30Hz)
IC101ug REC/PB
2.6Vp-p (32.768KHz)
IC101uk REC/PB
IC101 <z/n REC/PB
2.6Vp-p (32.768KHz)
5.0Vp-p (30Hz)
IC1019 REC/PB
3.8Vp-p
IC101 <z/n REC/PB
4.32Vp-p (15.7KHz)
IC101 <z/b REC/PB
5.0Vp-p (30Hz)
IC1013 REC
4.64Vp-p (30Hz)
IC1014 REC
4.64Vp-p (30Hz)
3-5
3-6
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-4. AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-7
3-8
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-5. TUNER BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-9
3-10
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-6. MODE CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-11
3-12
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
3-7. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-13
3-14E
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 4
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING
BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.
(In addition to this, the necessary note is
printed in each block.)
(For printed wiring boards)
: Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
•
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.)
• Through hole is omitted.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• There are few cases that the part printed on diagram
isn’t mounted in this model.
• Chip parts.
Transistor
Diode
C
B
E
6 5 4
4 5 6
4
1 2 3
3 2 1
3 2 1
5
1
3
2
5 4 3
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
(For schematic diagrams)
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µµF.
50V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and
tantalums.
• Chip resistors are 1/10W unless otherwise noted.
kΩ=1000Ω, MΩ=1000kΩ.
• Caution when replacing chip parts.
New parts must be attached after removal of chip.
Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor, Because it is damaged by the heat.
• Some chip part will be indicated as follows.
Example
C541
L452
22U
10UH
TA A
2520
Kinds of capacitor
Temperature characteristics
External dimensions (mm)
• Constants of resistors, capacitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate
that they are not used.
In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated.
• Parts with ★ differ according to the model/destination.
Refer to the mount table for each function.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B,
unless otherwise noted.
• Signal name
XEDIT—> EDIT
PB/XREC —> PB/REC
•
: non flammable resistor
•
: fusible resistor
•
: panel designation
•
: internal component.
• B+
: B+ Line.
• B–
: B– Line.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
• Voltage are dc between ground and measurement points.
• Readings are taken with a digital multimeter (DC10MΩ).
• Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
•
: adjustment for repair.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
When indicating parts by reference
number, please include the board name.
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
4-1
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
4-3
4-4
FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
4-2. PRINTED
WIRING2 BOARDS AND
1
3 SCHEMATIC
4 DIAGRAMS5
6
7
8
9
10
MA-402 (VIDEO, AUDIO, I/O, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL, TUNER, MODE CONTROL, POWER SUPPLY) PRINTED WIRING BOARD
— Ref. No. MA-402 Board:1,000 Series —
12
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
A
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
H
H
I
I
J
J
VIDEO, AUDIO, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL, TUNER, POWER
MA-402
14
There are few cases that the part printed on this diagram isn’t mounted in this model.
MA-402 Board
A
B
11
4-6
12
13
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MA-402 BOARD
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
CN600
CN412
CN411
CN072
CN071
CN051
CN331
CN031
CN201
CN204
CN104
CN105
CN332
CN202
CN334
CN413
A1
J1
J2
A3
B4
E4
A6
H6
B10
B10
I12
I12
D12
B12
J13
J13
D623
D625
D613
D612
D403
D614
D608
D609
D611
D601
D604
D603
D607
D605
D624
D600
D602
D626
D103
D404
D901
D071
D101
D171
D172
D902
D001
D100
D401
D151
D102
D201
D701
C1
D1
F1
F1
I2
I2
F2
F2
F2
E2
E2
D2
D2
C2
C2
C2
C3
E3
H3
J3
A4
C4
H4
G5
G5
A6
F7
H8
J10
H10
H11
B11
C12
IC601
IC660
IC600
IC031
G1
H1
D2
I4
IC502
IC141
IC291
IC451
IC101
IC201
IC301
IC142
IC662
IC702
J5
I5
D6
I7
H8
C9
A10
I12
C12
H13
Q001
Q380
Q378
Q172
Q171
Q373
Q372
Q381
Q374
Q377
Q376
Q901
Q174
Q175
Q151
Q003
Q203
Q204
Q375
Q302
Q303
Q301
Q205
Q192
Q191
Q211
Q206
Q210
Q153
Q201
Q202
Q710
Q701
Q706
Q709
Q708
Q701
Q703
Q704
F3
C5
C5
G5
H5
B6
B6
B6
B6
C6
C6
D6
G6
G6
H7
F7
D7
D7
C7
A7
A8
A8
F8
G8
G8
D8
B9
E10
I10
C10
D11
E11
D12
D12
E12
E12
B13
F13
G13
(
MA-402
VIDEO, AUDIO, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL,
TUNER, I/O, MODE CONTROL,
POWER SUPPLY
)
H
I
DM-98 (USER CONTROL)
FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN)
DI-81 (DIAL TIMER)
J
4-7
4-8
13
14
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (VIDEO, AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MA-402 BOARD(1/8)
V51
51
50
AV TAB
49
9
V16
AV TAB
48
AV TAB
0.3
1.5M
AUDIO ALC FILTER
47
40
2.5
C249
0.01u
B
4.9
CCD VCC
REC Y+C OUT
CCD C-OUT
AV TAB
AV TAB
CLAMP DRIVE
MAIN CLAMP IN
ME FBC(REC)
APL(PB)
Y-CCD DRIVE
ME ALC/PB FM AGC
Y-CCD CLMAP
Y-CCD LPF OUT
CCD ADJ
FROM Y-CCD
GND
LINE IN3
AGC DET
LINE IN2
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
B+
4.9
UN2213-TX
Q204
5
HA22
Q203,Q204
PAL/NTSC SWITCH
C381
XX
R376
10k
POWER
C250
47u
16V
3
4
8
A4
32
31
C253
1u
B
MA-402 (1/8)
A ERASE HEAD
7
2.8
C258
1u B
DGND
B+
AU_GND
1
NC
2
GND
3
R 0.1
P11.9
L2_AU_L
*
NA11 NAOUT
JS302
0.60mm
NA8
NAIN
D_GND
JS379
TO HIFI
BIAS_GND
HA22
HA22
NAOUT
HC36
AUDIO REC
MA-402 (4/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-19)
AFENV
HC35
HC37
HA21
PS331
HC35
AUDIO CH2
HC37
AUDIO CH1
HA21
NAIN
GND
AU GND
7
BIASGND
R384
XX
MA-402 (7/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-25)
B+
6
1
R11.4
P 0.3
C383
XX
R-0.4
P 0.3
1
BIAS ERASE
OSC
R0.3
P 0.0
C376
1500p
B
0.3
C377
3
5
BIAS ERASE
OSC
R11.5
P 0.3
7
6
C384
XX
Q375
2SC4040-TL2-Q
T371
SB-D3244
C375
0.015u
Q381
XX
0.01u
Y
R379
22k
R380
4.7
BIASGND
C380
XX
R382
XX
C382
XX
SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL
AUDIO
SIGNAL
UN2213-TX
Q377
CHROMA
Y
Y/CHROMA
XX
L372
2
R378
10k
BIAS ERASE
OSC
R370
47k
R 0.1
P11.9
REC
100uH
8
C373
220p
PET
JS305
MA-402 (6/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
POWER
EX50
* JS304
0.60mm
BRAZIL
ONLY
R377
C378
47u
16V
C379
0.1u
F
L371
XX
R11.5
P 0.5
11.9
Q376
UN2115-QRS(TX)
PB
SWITCH
DGND
REC
Ref.signal
BIASGND
4-9
5
L2_VIDEO
JL337
FE HEAD
ANGND
LINE1
EX80S/
EX90S
BUFFER
C263
XX
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
SW12V
R215
100
* R214
100
R224
1k
4
GND ANGND
B+
D_GND
DGND
JL334
SW5V
SW5V
Q211
2SD601A-QRS-TX
4
CN332
3P
FULL ERASE
HEAD
VIDEO, AUDIO
6
CTL+
TO POWER
B+
GND
B
1.6
UN2213-TX
0
Q210
5
BIAS GND
CTL-
CN7
XX
JS378
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
FULERA
CN6
R216
100
3
RECP
B34
Q380
XX
11.9V
R383
XX
0.60mm
J
R11.8
P 0.3
R381
XX
R 0.3
P 0.0
CN6
AMUTE
B33
3
7
CN7
NAPB
A99
EX50/EX80SAR/
EX90SAR
*C224
1u
C262
47p
REC TRAP
SWITCH
5
1.9
2.8
2
C245
16V 10u
C243
50V 3.3u
1.4
3
L215
47uH
R223
220
ARGENTINA
ONLY
C252
330p
TO IN/OUT
4.9
R219
2.2M
R225
1k
LINE IN1
JL332
REC A HEAD
MOD_AU
L205
10uH
B+
Q374
UN2113-TX
JL333
AUDIO ERASE
HEAD
JL341
2
R 4.9
P 0.0
330
JL331
MA-402 (5/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-21)
AUDIO_RF_IN
HA22
F
C251
3 2.2u
JS308
XX
CTL GND
2
VIDEO_RF_IN
VV37
XX
JS202
2.8
C248
2.2u
50V
2.3
R222
220
0.315A
L380
XX
T372
XX
HEAD CONTROL
SWITCH
PB A HEAD
SCK
POWER
VV26
B+
Q378
UN2213-TX
JS307
XX
R-24.8
P 0.7
4.9
AUDIO REC/PB
HEAD
SDA
6
B33
B34
Q373
2SD601A-QRS-TX
R-24.9
P 4.9
R372
MESEC
HT43
POWER
UN2213-TX
Q203
L381
XX
4
JL335
RFENV
AFENV
R-20.6
P 0.0
R375
10k
2
PB
HC36
Q372
2SD601A-QRS-TX
Y CTL (Y)
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
RFSWP
HT42
AUGND
Q372,Q373
HEAD SWITCH
CTL HEAD
PAL
V97
4.9
1
ACK
V82
A4
B+
R371
330
1k
VDAT
VV26
VV21
0.1u
F
R367
XX
EX50
C238
16V 10u
C235
0.1u
F
C233
C241
0.1u
F
ARGENTINA
ONLY
EX90SAR
0
R387
2200
HA21
1.9
2.3
L203
100uH
R3.3/P0.6
R2.6/P3
BRAZIL
ONLY
1.2
0
R385
XX
C208
0.1u
F
C232
15p
R209
1k
C228
0.1u
R366
B 470
0.01u
R386
2200
R355
18k
C365
JL207
R208
10k
C227
150p
CH
R365
4700
R359
XX
R357
0
R1.9/P1.3
2.4
C363
22u
16V
* C230
39p
C240
0.1u
F
11
AV TAB
B+
G
C371
0.001u
B
8200 R289
VCLK
VV21
A4
R361
47k
R226
120k
R206
1500
C225
2.2u
V17
C359
R356 10u
27k 16V
1u
50V
V76
C356
1500p R354
33k
B
EX50
C362
1u
50V
C361
EX50BR/
EX80SBR/
EX90SAR
*
C360
XX
V16
C354
22u
16V
C358
4.7u
50V
L214
10uH
B+
R353
100
C355
10u
16V
R205
6800
2.1
G-EQ
7
2.2
E-PEAK
6
3
S-DET
5
2.7
MAIN EM IN(REC)
MAIN DEEM OUT(PB)
4
2
MAIN EM OUT(REC)
MAIN DEEM IN(PB)
3
R1.9/P1.3
VCC
2
2.5
XX
1
4.9
R352
150k
JL220
AUDIO PB
EQ OUT
10
AUDIO LINE OUT
MUTE
12
13
12
JS204
JL336
R299
* C295
B
0.01u
CL294
VV35
R364
0
R0/P1.7
R351
3300
1
QVD
V84
2
4.9
S/VHS
4.9
VOUT
V81
0.1
AUDIO BYPASS
CL303
CL296
4.9
CCD TAB
CCD MODE COUNT IN
C364
50V 4.7u
0.1u F
C353
16V
XX
R350
10k
CL297
2.5
V52
V76
VV44
0.1
INVERTER
CL298
2.7
APC
V64
45
41
42
CCD Y-OUT
VIDEO REC/PB AMP
VIDEO INPUT SELECT
Y/C PROCESS
NORMAL AUDIO PROCESS
AUDIO VCC
* C294
0.01u
B
CSYNC
VR63
3
35
Q206
UN2213-TX
CCD TAB
4.9
C351
1.8
V51
VR62
VV46
2
39
SP CH1(+)
CL299
NTSC
V17
V50
46
8
38
SP CH1(-)
10u
16V
1.9
EX90S
B+
C350 16V
10u
R368
C352
0.022u
B
X CTL (X)
DATA
4.1
V50
JL236
34
L351
JS306
0.60mm
SP CH2(-)
R0.1/P2.2
2.5
CN331
7P
MAIN OFF
4.7u
50V
0.4
SYMC SEP OUT
37
R0.1/P2.2
JS203
I
CLK
15 16
*C298
* C296
B+
IC201
SP CH2(+)
CL230
2.3
*
6
7
8
4.6
SQ IN
Y OUT
COLOR IN
VIDEO OUT FBC
PB C-OUT
VIDEO OUT ALC
CCD CONT
C-CCD FB-IN
LEVEL DET
C-CCD DRIVE
VCC
IIC CLK
IIC DATA
KILLER OUT
2fsc VCO DET
LC-VCP
DO OUT
GND
CCD SIG 2fsc OUT
7
SUB
9
52
SUB
MONI 2
10
53
2.5
*
1
2
4
5
*
*
54
SUB
MONI 1
4.6
*
55
33
* C212
22p
* C213
22p
0.1
H
SUB
FIL ADJ
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
JL208
0.1
2.4
2.8
1.9
2.1
0.1
3
3.1
2.1
4.7
4.7
4.7
0
R1/
P2.6
4.7
4.7
2.8
2.8
CR-DET
3.58 X’tal IN
ACC DET
X’tal OSD OUT
REC APC
PB APC/REC APC
3.58/4.43 X’tal IN
SEP C IN
PB C OUT
SP/EP
MESECAM DET
81
3
*
3900
EX50/
EX80SAR
JL209
JL235
VV37
* R212
EX90S
* R211
0
VV35
JL211
C236
0.1u
JL213
JL214
JL210
JL212
VV46
VR62
V64
C231
0.022u
JL215
L204
12uH
JL216
GND
X202
3579.545kHz
ARGENTINA
ONLY
2.1
1.8
2.3
2.1
R2.7
/P1
VR63
VV44
C222
0.1u
C220
0.47u
C221
0.022u
X201
3582.056kHz
C217
4700p
R228
470
C216
1u
C215
0.01u
2.4
2.3
56
36
R0.1/P2.2
A99
F
57
AUDIO LINE IN1
6
58
CCD TAB
2.5
SP CH1
59
VCC
2.4
5
60
R0.1/P2.2
R362
4
61
IC201
HA118217F
15k
SP CH1
SP CH2
SP COM
L207
10uH
XX
4.9
SP CH2
4.9
R363
47k
GND
V97
62
AUDIO LINE IN2
3
63
CCD Y-IN
2.5
2
LP CH1
64
SP CH1(+)
JS360
0
LP COM
65
AUDIO LINE IN3
1
66
CCD TAB
R360 15k
E
LP CH2
SP CH1(-)
2.5
BRAZIL
ONLY
R218
4700
LP CH1
67
6
EX80S/
EX90S
C257
4700p
* CN204
6P
68
B.G.
C255
2200p
C256
2200p
EX50
LP CH2
C201
2.2u F
C254
4700p
JL303
69
AUDIO GND
HC35
70
JL292
R294
100
R295
100
HT43
CCD CLK IN
2.8
1
JL304
GND
VCC
1.1
0.2
AUDIO REC OUT
AUDIO CH2
2
HC36
REG
Y OUT
4.9
CL295
JL291
2.4
XX
JS205
JL305
SP CH2(-)
R 2.6/
P2.4
AUDIO COM
AUDIO CH2
2.4
JL225
HC37
1.8
CL293
2.2u
R291
10k
AUDIO PB EP SW
3
Y IN
Y SYNC
0.2
71
5
C IN
MCOR 3
YOUT
2.3
0.22u
* C292
2.6
* R296
8200
*C299
0.01u B
CL231
LA7277M-TLM
C OUT
2.9
CL292
V52
C247
0.22u
AUDIO PB IN (+)
4
AUDIO CH1
72
C246
0.01u
2
0
AUDIO CH1
BRAZIL
ONLY
* C211
22p
C205
4700p
5
FE
73
CL290
0.1u
* C291
CCD GND
ARGENTINA
ONLY
FE
2.5
91
SP CH1
74
EX90S
CL291
4.7u
* C290
50V
* C289
44
* C210
22p
C204
2200p
JL205
JL206
75
C242
0.1u
F
* IC291
EX90S
CCD C-IN
C357
1500p
6
76
C239
0.01u
AUDIO PB IN (-)
7
77
4
2.5
8
SP CH1
SP CH2(+)
89
SP CH2
SP COM
JS208
R207
4700
C237
0.01u
B
C234
16V
47u
EX50/EX80S
JS291
0
43
C203
2200p
JL204
SP CH2
85
JL203
GND
87
9
C259
150p
C218
2.2u
50V
C229
4.7u
50V
C226
6p
CH
14
IC291
2.4
88
LP CH1
C202
4700p
JL202
90
10
ENV OUT
92
11
3
93
LP CH2
LP COM
DISCRI
86
R0/P3.8
C207
0.01u
JL201
LP CH1
78
CK DET
94
LP CH2
CN201
11P
R204
27k
3.3u 50V
B+
EX80S/EX90S
2.4
82
1.3
83
C206
0.033u
DRUM FF IN
84
JL224
C209
*
0
D201
1SS119-25TD
1
2.2
95
4
C244
0.01u
B
96
GND
JL222
JL223
97
3
AFENV
98
V.SWP
JL221
C223
4.7u
50V
0
79
L206
10uH
15 17
B+
HT42
99
2
80
100
1
PB RF
R3.6/P2.1
BUFFER
CL203
JL217
HF ADJ
4.9
1.8M
* R292
CHECK
(JIG)
JL238
Q201
2SB709A-QRS-TX
JS201
CN202
4P
BRAZIL
ONLY
R202
470
R3.6/
P2.1
JL237
Q205
UN2213-TX
L211
220uH
L202
10uH
R4/P1.5
4.5
R201
1k
BRAZIL ONLY
C264
150p
C214
27p
2.7
JL234
* R203
100
0
EX50BR/
EX80SBR/EX90SBR
0.001u
C219
B
D
EX50AR/
EX80S/EX90S
Q202
XX
BRAZIL ONLY
C
V76
V84
V81
V82
5
B+
A
AV-SS
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R :REC MODE
P :PB MODE
4-10
REC/PB
PB
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
1
2
MA-402 BOARD (1/8)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
(VIDEO, AUDIO BLOCK)
A
1 IC201 ia REC/PB
6 IC201 ua REC/PB
qa IC201 wh REC/PB
qh IC291 qk PB
B
5.3 Vp-p (H)
C
2 IC201 ih, il REC
608 mVp-p (3.58 MHz) (NTSC)
7 IC201 y; REC/PB
REC: 512 mVp-p (H)
PB : 584 mVp-p (H)
qs IC201 qk, ql, wd REC/PB
1.9 Vp-p (H)
qj IC291 4 PB
D
40 mVp-p (H)
3 IC201 ul PB
320 mVp-p (H)
8 IC201 tk REC/PB
REC: 472 mVp-p (H)
PB : 504 mVp-p (H)
qd IC201 wa REC/PB
2.2 Vp-p (H)
E
F
720 mVp-p (H)
4 IC201 uk PB
REC: 512 mVp-p (H)
PB : 584 mVp-p (H)
9 IC201 t; REC/PB
392 mVp-p (H)
qf IC291 w; PB
G
H
640 mVp-p (H)
5 IC201 ug REC/PB
4.6 Vp-p (H)
q; IC201 e; REC/PB
152 mVp-p (H)
qg IC291 4, qk REC
I
J
496 mVp-p (4.43 MHz) (PAL)
1.1 Vp-p (H)
4-11
2.1 Vp-p (H)
4-12
13
14
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (SYSTEM CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MA-402 BOARD(2/8)
HT62
HT61
V60
V59
0
0
1k
1k
R167
R163
T66
T68
V67
V70
T69
A71
A72
HT74
C114 47u 25V
R159
S43
FL58
FL63
10k
47k R120
47k R116
47k R119
47k R118
10k
R158
R128
R127
R162
10k
10k
FL65
FL64
JL117
R132
10k
DRUM_PG
CAP_QR
R156
33k
DRUM PWM
Vcc
FLD CS
SCL0
SDA0
SCL1
sO1
SCK1
SDA1
SI1
TA MUTE\OSD MIX
F.MONO\PAL
MAIN\SAP\SW2
STEREO OUT\SW1
Vss
5.2
JL119
5.2
HT51
M32
V50
M33
2.6
JL129
2.3
R115 470
M45
5.2 JL121
C107
3300p
R121 1k
5.1
0.1-5
M42
0.1-5
M41
0
M40
0
M39
4.7
M38
M37
4.7
5.4
C105
R130
3.1
0.1u
R129 100k
H35
1k
0
V34
C113 B
0.1u
2.5
2.5
M33
3.7
2.7
M33
EX90SAR
* R101
22k
EX50AR/
EX80SAR/ * R102
10k
EX90S
R103
10k
V30
5.2
JS103
XX
CN105
5P
HT61
JL131
GND
2
DATA
3
CLK
4
RESET
5
WRITE CONT
1
MD0
2
SO1
3
SI1
4
RESET
5
GND
6
FLASH WRITE ENABLE
7
VCC
JL133
K1
JS151
0
R126
1k
C159
XX
FL65
JL135
X152
XX
Q152
XX
JL136
R133
1M
C161
12p
HT74
JL137
C166
XX
C162
7p
CH
B+
X151
14.328224MHz
ARGENTINA ONLY
C106
0.01u B
DGND
CN104
XX
HT82
FL64
Q151
XX
R110
10k
1
JL132
JL134
5.3
5.3
5.3
4.6
0.2
2.4
T_SENS
JL122
JL126
R105
10k
R152 100 C164
0.01u
B
2.5
2.1
4.9
R151 470k
1.7
2.6
10k
100k
S_SENS
R131
10k
50V
DGND
GND
B+
SYSCON
D_5.2V
14
MA-402 (3/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-17)
B+
UN5V
B+
1
HT62
HT61
HT51
3
4
D103
DGND
MPG06D-6052PKG3
5.0
DATA
5.0
CLK
5.2
WRITE CONT
2
SIGNAL PATH
REC
DRUM SPEED SERVO
DRUM PHASE SERVO
1
2
3
NC
4700
R177
NC
Q174
UN2211-TX
C172
56p
CH
GND
5.2
VCC
5.2
5
VCC 2
4.1
5.4
5.3
OUT 1
L172
22uH
R175
470
2.5
BLUE BACK
SWITCH
DGND
6
XX
Q173
DRUM SERVO(SPEED AND PHASE)
4
CAPSTAN SPEED SERVO
S28
OSD
7
NC
GND
INVERTER
8
IC142
M24C08-WMN6T(A)
C171
0.1u
F
5
NC
Q171
UN2211-TX
R173
XX
C143
0.1u
B
6
NC
VIDEO
BUFFER
V67
Q175
XX
OSD MIX
C142
0.01u
B
7
NC
POWER
0.4
GND
0
R176
XX
D403
MPG06D-6052PKG3
IC141
POWER FAIL DET
RESET PULSE GENERATOR
IC142
CAPSTAN SERVO (SPEED AND PHASE)
EEP ROM
REF. SIGNAL
J
4-13
SW5V
T25
V24
C141
0.01u
B
R178
XX
VCC 1
XX
D172
VIDEO
SIGNAL
PB
B+
IC141
MM1256AFBE
R172
100
V17
1.7
1.2
15
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
UN5VBCAP
OUT 2
XX
D171
8
5.1
I
R174
680
S27
OUT
5.2
C456
0.01u
B
R171
1k
V18A
1/4W
47k
R526
PCO
JS101
R143
470k
2SB709A-QRS-TX
C455
100u
10V
R142
220k
C173
XX
L171
22uH
Q172
GND
1
R144
220k
T66
L151
22uH
VCC
2
4.8
3
XX
RESET
NC
IC502
SFH5110-40
R104
100
GND
D_GND
Y/CHROMA
JL127
B+
UN5VBCAP
JL503
JL501
B+
V19
V111
C4
C3
CN2
L174
MA-402 (2/8)
END_LED
M49
HT62
DGND
B+
UN5V
SYSTEM CONTROL
S_REEL
M49
B+
S27
POWER_FAIL
GND
0.2
1500p
S28
MA-402 (7/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-25)
R123
10k
T_REEL
M41
5.2
R155
1M
R154
C152
4.7u
C192
14
S54
S55
POWER
12
SAP\BILL OUT\SECAM ON
REC P
C193
0.1u
JS191
JL192
DGND
D_GND
H
C53
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
C163
7p
MODE1
M42
S54
FL65
ETR2
FUNC_KEY_2
FULL ERASE
IN SELEC
Flash Write Enable
32kHz X’tal
32kHz X’tal
10MHz X’tal
RESET
9
MODE2
M37
S55
5.0
FL64
ETR1
FUNC_KEY_1
PB
JS171
0.60mm
SI1
8
C196
1500p
Q192
XX
FL63
5
M9
SO1
UN5VBCAP
SCK1
7
R193
C194
47u
16V
C195
22u
16V
FL58
6
D100
1SS119-25TD
5
4700
4
22p
*
3
C191
XX
R191
XX
G
11
DEST2
DEST1
C154
4.7u 50V
C100
2.5
2
Q191
XX
C197
XX
MA-402 (7/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-25)
3
1.9
1
C53
FLD_CS
Vss
13 1 2
CSync
4
2.2u
F
C3
10MHz X’tal
Vss
5.0
HT51
UN5VBCAP
CTL+
Cap Connect to Vss
S SENS
C104
470u 10V
C4
MDO
QVD
C103
0.22
CTL-
VIDEO RF
T SENS
C102
XX
A71
AUDIO RF
CAP PWM
A72
FULERA
AVcc
L173
15uH 2.1
R100
33k 1.7
RECP
D151
1SS119-25TD
AF SWP
MODE 2
MODE 1
R153
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
F
C101
0.1u
F
A89
RF SWP
SVSS
3
5.2
A96
AMUTE
1.8
DRUM FG
C151
C155
0.01u
NAPB
V111
9
10
11
12
DRUM PG
M38
DGND
C165
22p
ARGENTINA
ONLY
0.1
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
C072
0.22u
B
H35
2.7
MODE 3
C160
0.01u
AFENV
2.7
MODE 4
MESECAM DET
Func. Key 1
HT61
3
HEAD CLOG LED
5.2
POWER FAIL
HT62
SCK
2.8
S REEL
Func. Key 2
H106
V97
SDA
5.1
R107
1k
V105
R106
0.60mm
H106
R108
M107
10k
R111
M108
22k
R109
1k
C053
0.068u
V109
T REEL
SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL
OSD
4.9
MA-402 (4/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-19)
AFSWP
AF_REC_P
M104
C.KILLER DET
R160 1.9
470
10
R117
1k
0.1
IC101
SECAM DET
4.4
E
B+
JL113
M103
REMOTE CON
TU AFT
V102
UN5V
JL110
R451
4.1
470
JL452
OSD CTL
HD642917Y
APC Error
V19
AF REC P
AVSS
V100
OSD
CAM
IC101
4fsc in
9
MA-402 (6/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
SAT. SYNC. LED
NA PB
4fsc out
JL123
RR LED
PLL DATA
OSDVss
0
JL100
V97
TU ENABLE
CVout
R5/P0
OSDVcc
4.8
JL116
CVin1
A96
CVin2
T95
VLPF/Vsync
T94
HT43
Csync/Hsync
V50
HT42
SEARCH LED
PLL CLOCK
2.4
SCK
0.5
END LED
2.6
SDA
0.2
R113
470
R112
470
Drum QR
AFC LPF
T93
POWER
PCO
2.6
R114
470
AUDIO DUB
AFCosc
M92
ETR 1
POWER CONT
AFCpc
V102
MODE3
ETR 2
CAP QR
SVCC
2.7
CAP FG
M91
MODE4
Vcc
WRITE CONT
CTL SMT
V34
CAP_TRQ_PWM
REC_PROOF
CAP RVS
CTL AMP(0)
4.4
M85
M86
BLUE BACK
10k
POWER
M90
CAP_PWM
M39
6
R194
10k
MESEC
V105
MA-402 (3/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-17)
M108
C169
0.1u
F
M40
A Mute
CTL FB
RFENV
JL120
7
CTL(-)
A89
0
CTL BIAS
JL130
V67
RFSWP
D
V100
8
REC PROOF
2.5
PAL
JL128
47k R125
JS104
XX
V60
JS102
0.60mm
5.0
M86
V59
CAP TRQ PWM
2.5
ACK
3.8
R192
VCLK
VDAT
R057
10k
M85
CTL(+)
V17
2.5
VOUT
TV / VTR
V109
APC PWM
QVD
CTL REF
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
V84
V111
112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85
1
V18A
APC
2.5
NTSC
13
CAP_FG
M91
84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57
CSYNC
DRUM_FG
M90
3.9
5.1
5.1
5.0
5.0
4.6
0.4
5.2
0
5.1
0
0
JL138
X102
32.768kHz
JL125
JL118
CH
C111
20p
CH
CH
20p
0.22u
C110
DRUM_QR
M103
2SD601A-QRS-TX
C
DRUM_PWM
M104
CAP_RVS
5
Q153
CAM
M107
M92
M9
R0.1/
P11.8
5.4
1.5
HT57
JL124
7.0
1.9
SCK
2.4
2.1
HT56
4700
R161
C109 15p
4.8 JL115 C112 B
SDA
10k
V84
C108
V30
M45
R124 10k
V70
PB
R165
C167
0.22u
C168
0.1u
R164
1k
10k
SAP_BILL_OUT/SECON
V24
JL139
T66
JL140
TUNER_MUTE
3.3
V67
R157
T69
F.MONO
2.6
T83
SW1/STEREO_OUT
5.1
MA-402 (5/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-21)
15p CH
T68
TV/VTR
X101
10MHz
T25
SW2/MAIN/SAP
R122
1M
T94
AFT
2.5
T95
ENABLE
0
8
T93
PLLDAT
2.7
B
R166
PLLCLK
HT82
T83
A
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R :REC MODE
P :PB MODE
4-14
REC/PB
PB
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
1MA-402 BOARD
2 (2/8)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
(SYSTEM CONTROL)
1 IC101 3 REC
6 IC101 ug REC/PB
qa IC101 <z/b
REC/PB
A
B
4.64 Vp-p (30Hz)
C
2.6 Vp-p (32.768KHz)
2 IC101 4 REC
7 IC101 uk REC/PB
5.0 Vp-p (30Hz)
qs IC101 <z/n REC/PB
D
4.64 Vp-p (30Hz)
4.3 Vp-p (10MHz)
8 IC101 if REC/PB
3 IC101 9 REC/PB
5.0 Vp-p (30Hz)
qd IC101 <zzz REC/PB
E
F
5.0 Vp-p (30Hz)
3.8 Vp-p
G
4 IC101 qj REC/PB
9 IC101 <z/c REC/PB
4.3 Vp-p (15.7KHz)
qf JL 192 PB
H
5.0 Vp-p (30Hz)
2.36 Vp-p (15.7 KHz)
I
4.64 Vp-p (30Hz)
0 IC101 <z/v REC/PB
5 IC101 ql REC/PB
J
5.0 Vp-p (360Hz)
2.16 Vp-p (15.7 KHz)
4-15
4-16
13
14
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (SERVO CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
7
8
11
5
6
8
12
13
14
CAM(+)
VCC 2
VCC 1
V REF
R034
B
7
9
10
0.3
4
13.5
IN2
IN1
3
R035
M45
10
LB1943N
13.5
2
0.3
1
CAM(-)
IC031
CAM MOTOR DRIVER
MTRGND
A
IC031
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R :REC MODE
P :PB MODE
VCH
MA-402 BOARD(3/8)
9
CN031
3P
JL032
C033
XX
B
C032
0.01u
B
JL031
39k
6
VCL
5
6.3
4
39k
3
4.8
2
2.2
1
3
CAM (+)
2
CAM (+)
1
CAM (-)
M903
CAM MOTOR
M
M45
M107
DRUM_QR
M92
DRUM_PG
C
M90
CAP_FG
M40
M9
CAP_QR
13
M39
M91
CAP_TRQ_PWM
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
M108
MODE3
MODE2
MODE1
T_REEL
M86
T_SENS
R071
180k
M92
M37
M32
R001
470
B+
PH001
GP3S120
T REEL
2
D VS
3
D PG
4
D FG
5
MTR GND
1
D VS
2
MTR GND
3
D FG
4
MTR 12V
5
D PG
6
GND
7
UN5V
M901
DRUM MOTOR
M
R073 1k
C071
0.047u
B
C001
0.001u
B
S REEL
M42 M103
D001
GL528V1
L071
XX
B+
R051
0.4
R004
4700
PS072
2.3A
M90
R053
3300
M91
M108
22k
R009
22k
R010
M33
PT380F3
Q002
8
B+
M32
JL052
JL054
M85
R056
4700
C052
XX
16V
JL053
C051
47u
16V
CN051
8P
JL051
R052
4700
M9
D101
MPG06D-6052PKG3
C078
XX
C077
XX
1k
M
D071
MPG06D-6052PKG3
PS071
2.3A
M49
R003
2200
2200
SW_12V
R076
JS153
2.2
DGND
G
B+
JL071
JL109
2SC1815GR-TPE2
Q003
F
C074
0.001u
B
M901
DRUM MOTOR
M41
R005
47
1/4W
C005
330u
6.3V
C076
C075 1000u
220p 16V
CH
K2
B+
JL072
R075 1k
GND_3
R008
47k
C002
0.001u
B
R006
47
1/4W
C073
0.01u
B
CN071
XX
JL073
47k
R072
MTR_GND
R007
47k
PH002
GP3S120
R074 1k
M104
M41
M33
E
JL003
MTR 12V
M107
M38
M49
S_SENS
JL002
M37
GND_3
END_LED
M38
CN072
5P
1
M40
M39
M42
S_REEL
JL001
M86
MODE4
D
B+
JL015
M85
REC_PROOF
S101
CAP_PWM
S102
(CAM ENCODER)
M103
CAP_RVS
2.2uH
L072
0.01u
C034
B
M104
C031
220u
16V
MTR_12V
DRUM_FG
47k
R032
GND
DRUM_PWM
JS605
CAM
MTRGND2
B+
C054
0.1u
F
CAP RVS
7
D_5.2V
6
MTR 12V
5
CAP FG
4
LIMITER
3
M902
CAPSTAN MOTOR
M
CAP VS
2
GND
1
MTR GND
5
Q002
0.001u
B
C457
XX
25V
5
C004
0.001u
B
Q001
PT380F3
SIGNAL PATH
S SENS
GND
H
16
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
D_5.2V
B+
T SENS
D_5.2V
D102
MPG06D-6052PKG3
GND
MTR_12V
B+
REC
JS152
B+
DRUM SPEED SERVO
B+
B+
DRUM PHASE SERVO
MTR_GND
D_6V
SW_12V
I
14
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
SW_12V
D_GND
GND
B+
D5.2V
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
DRUM SERVO(SPEED AND PHASE)
CAPSTAN SPEED SERVO
CAPSTAN SERVO (SPEED AND PHASE)
J
SERVO CONTROL
MA-402 (3/8)
4-17
4-18
REC/PB
PB
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (Hi-Fi AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
3
4
5
6
7
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R :REC MODE
P :PB MODE
10
11
12
13
14
SW5V
JL383
B+
B+
B+
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
EMPHL
DCFBL
JL377
3.9
3.9
3.9
DCL
0.8
IREF
DETL
VREF
3.9
DCR
DETR
0.8
EMPHR
GND
L1 OUT L
C317
1u
50V
3.8
4.6
C318
10u
50V
0
6.1
C319
10u
50V
6.1
0
4.5
3.9
JS362
0.60mm
9
L1 R
8
10
11
-0.4
Q301
2SA1162Y-TE85L
MUTE CONTROL
R314
10k
4.9
0
0
5
0
-0.6
R318
1k
C322
10u
50V
-0.6
6
R319
1k
Q303
2SC2712Y-TE85L
MUTE
JL361
JS301
XX
HA22 NA IN
JL362
JL363
R309
470
HIFI_GND
HA17 AUDIO R OUT
HA16 AUDIO L OUT
R327
470
JL366
JL367
18
MA 402 (6/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
JL364
JL365
R322
0
MA 402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
HA21 NA OUT
R328
470
R310
470
BIAS_GND
JL360
3.8
7
L1 L
6
3.8
5
L2 R
4
3.8
3
L2 L
2
3.8
1
Q302
2SC2712Y-TE85L
MUTE
C320
10u
50V
R317
3300
R313
3.3M
L302
XX
L301
XX
JS361
0.60mm
SW12V
JL382
L1 OUT R
ALC
3.8
MA 402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
HIFI_GND
L2 OUT L
MUTE
AF ENV
C307
47u
16V
17
L2 OUT R
MUTE
C306
XX
F
NA OUT
RF OUT
L3 R
B+
NA IN
SCL
TU R
JL378
R0.2/
P3
23
SDA
L3 L
R305
1k
JL375
UN5V
4.6
24
MUTE
3.8
R304
1k
JL374
25
* IC301
TDA9605H/N2,557
B
C327
0.22u
AFENV
4.6
AF SWP
26
HI-FI AUDIO
PROCESS
Vss D
Vcc 5V
27
IC301
TU L
SCK
JL373
28
3.8
SDA
R302
18k
29
DCFBR
3.9
MA 402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
0.8
30
TU M
10
JL372
4.8
31
B+
AFSWP
C303
2.2u
F
B+
AF_REC_P
R301
10k
JL385
HM SW
39
R329
470
32
C328
0.22u
B
C326
0.22u
B
AFENV
34
AF ENV
PB IN1
R4/P0
40
D
R4.1/
P0.6
41
AUDIO CH1 HC37
REC OUT
33
R312
27k
42
MA 402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
C323
0.1u
F
C324
0.01u
B
PB IN2
C314
47u
25V
C316
10u
50V
R311
2200
43
AUDIO REC HC36
35
R4/
P0.6
CL301
44
6
Vcc 12V
36
R4.1/
P0.6
AUDIO CH2 HC35
37
11.7
C312
2.2u
50V R308
39k
C310
47u
25V
JL376
R306
27k
38
C304
0.01u
B
R307
2200
C315
8200p
B
C313
10u
50V
C311
10u
50V
3.9
C309
8200p
B
3.9
C308
10u
50V
C
G
9
EX80S/EX90S
B
E
8
MA-402 BOARD(4/8)
3.9
A
2
HA11 L1 AUDIO R
HA10 L1 AUDIO L
HA7
L2 AUDIO R
HA6
L2 AUDIO L
B+
JL384
JL369
JL370
JL379
H
HT13 RF OUT
HT3
TU AUDIO R
HT2
TU AUDIO L
HT1
TU AUDIO MOD
19
MA 402 (5/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-21)
SIGNAL PATH
AUDIO
SIGNAL
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R:REC MODE
P:PB MODE
I
REC
PB
J
4-19
4-20
Hi-Fi AUDIO
MA-402 (4/8)
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (TUNER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TU704
MA-402 BOARD(5/8)
C702
XX
B
VIDEO OUT
AFT
AUDIO OUT
SIF OUT
IF OUT
LOCK
NC
TU 32V
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
NC
6
+B 5V
5
DATA
ENABLE
4
CLOCK
VIDEO IN
3
21 22 23 24
L701
XX
Q701
XX
C703
XX
2
MB 5V
OUT
TV/VTR
AERIAL
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
CH SW
IN
TUNER (TU BLOCK)
AUDIO IN
A
5.1
5.8
5.8
VIDEO_OUT
AUDIO_OUT
MOD_AU HA22
R716
0.60mm
JS705
XX
CH4
CH3
EX50
* C715
0.033u
C710
0.001u
R738
0
JS711
XX
JS709
XX
32.3
ENABLE
T66
TUNER_MUTE
T25
4
5
R706
0
R707
0
R710
C711
0.001u
0
32.3
PLLDAT
T94
2 1
3
100k
Q707
2SA1309A-QRSTA
SWITCH
S701
T68
RF SW
T83
AFT
T69
SW1/STEREO_OUT
V67
B+
F.MONO
SAP_BILL_OUT/SECON
Q706
UN2213-TX
SWITCH
SCK
B+
B+
B+
SW5V
SW5V
D_6V
+30V
21
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
GND
Q709
XX
Q708
XX
C733
XX
16V
C734
XX
R734
XX
R733
XX
SCK
PB
L707
XX
R741
XX
4.9
JS720
XX
30V
T25
T68
T69
T95
T93
T94
B+
0.1
E
SDA
HT57
B+
R711
22k
T66
R717
1k
V67
V70
HT57
EX50
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
TV/VTR
V70
* JS701
0.60mm
8
SW2/MAIN/SAP
HT56
HT56
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
R742
1200
T83
2
D
31.6
MOD_V
R730
560
1/4W
PLLCLK
T95
R704
XX
MA-402 (6/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
C707
47u
25V
L700
10uH
C706
100u 16V
20
C714
0.22u
T93
R705
R740
XX
R709
470k
C705
0.01u
B
C704
0.001u
C709
0.001u
R702
XX
D701
RD33ES-T1B3
AN5V
C
C713
0.01u
C712
100u 16V
C721
XX
L702
10uH
R708
XX
C708
4.7u
50V
R701
XX
R703
XX
C701
XX
EX80S/
EX90S
Q710
XX
C735
XX
EX80S/EX90S
* IC701
8
9
10
11
12
13
JS713
XX
7
GND
6
MPX IN
5
ST IND
MUTE
4
MS1
R OUT
3
MS0
L OUT
2
F SAP
L+R OUT
1
F MONO
VCC
SBX1837-51
SAP IND
F
* JS712
0
R739
XX
EX80S/EX90S
*
G
L705
10uH
JL702
JL703
JL704
JL705
JL706
JL707
JL709
JL710
JL711
JL713
JL712
* R731
10k
HT2
AUDIO_R_OUT
HT3
AUDIO_M_OUT
HT1
I
EX80S/
EX90S
0
*
JS738
R727
0
C726 XX
* R726
0
* JS737
0
EX80S/
EX90S
EX80S/
EX90S
* R719
1k
*
R718
1k
R721
22k
EX80S/
EX90S
* JS725
0.60mm
22k
* JS726
0
* Q704
UN2213-TX
R743
0.60mm
* C719
0.1u
Q703
XX
* RV701
47k
J
C730
XX
XX
EX80S/
EX90S
C725
XX
JS736
XX
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
EX80S/
EX90S
* R729
10k
R725
XX
EX80S/EX90S
EX80S/
EX90S
* R720
EX80S/
EX90S
R723
XX
R722
XX
C727
XX
*
AUDIO_L_OUT
* C723
0.01u
* R728
0
JS719
XX
MA-402 (4/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-19)
HT13
JS718
XX
19
R724
XX
AUDIO RF IN
JS734
XX
C731
* C722
100u
16V
H
* JS735
0
EX80S/EX90S
TUNER
4-21
Y/CHROMA
REC
PB
JS721
XX
* C720
10u
16V
EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (5/8)
VIDEO SIGNAL
4-22
AUDIO
SIGNAL
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (I/O) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MA-402 BOARD(6/8)
DISPLAY CONTROL(FRONT BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
22
B
B+
SW12V
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
R913
180
1/4W
L901
100uH
R909
150
1/4W
20
MA-402 (5/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-21)
LINE OUT
1MONO 2
C903
470u
10V
R910
100
C
1V 5
3.7
GND
3
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
D
C906
XX
CNJ902
BUFFER
JS908
IO_GND
VGND
0
JS909
XX
R
JL906
VGND 3
VIDEO
1V 1
JL904
HA16
R906
470
L2_AU_R
L2_AU_L
F
JS904
XX
2L 5
R902
100k
LGND 6
JL903
L
AUDIO
2R 8
JS901
0
RGND 9
JS902
0
JL901
EX80S/EX90S
EX80S/
EX90S
LINE-1 IN/LINE-1 OUT
1L 4
JL902
R905
470
C902
1u 50V
C901
1u 50V
EX80S/EX90S
HA17
EX80S/
EX90S
CNJ901
2V 2
IO_GND
JL905
HA11
AUDIO
1MONO 7
JL907
E
HA10
LINE-1 IN/LINE-1 OUT
2MONO 4
D902
RD6.2ES-T1B2
R914
68
L1 AUDIOR
IN
1MGND 8
POWER
L1 AUDIOL
OUT
L
D_GND
AUDIO ROUT
VIDEO
3MONO 5
D901
RD6.2ES-T1B2
EX80S/
EX90S
AN_GND
MA-402 (4/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-19)
3
2MGND 6
JS906
0
L2_VIDEO
18
XX
2V 2
JS905
JS907
0
NA8
NAOUT NA11
AUDIO LOUT
VIDEO
1V 1
LINE1
NAIN
LINE-1 IN/LINE-1 OUT
IN
2V 6
Q901
2SB709A-QRS-TX
ANGND GND
5
OUT
VGND 4
OSD
C907
47u
16V
AUDIO
2MONO 3
R908
82
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
CNJ903
MGND 1
MOD_V
9
AUDIO
OUT
EX50
R
1R 7
L1 OUT IN
R901
100k
EX80S/SX90S
HIFI_GND
HIFI_GND
G
H
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
CN334
7P
D GND
2
L2 AU R
3
SIGNAL PATH
EX80S/EX90S
JL302
JS310
HIFI_GND
4
L2 AU L
5
AN GND
6
L2 VIDEO
7
JS309
C386
1u 50V
EX80S/
EX90S
C385
1u
50V
XX
1
VIDEO SIGNAL
JS303
I
FJ-31 BOARD
CN532
(SEE PAGE 4-29)
POWER
JL301
Y/CHROMA
AUDIO
SIGNAL
JL218
REC
PB
J
4-23
4-24
I/O
MA-402 (6/8)
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (MODE CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MA-402 BOARD(7/8)
MODE CONTROL BLOCK
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
29 30
B+
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F+
F+
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P10
P9
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
NC
P16
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
F27
9
NC
G6
G5
8
F28
7
F29
6
G4
G2
5
F37
4
F38
2
FL58
F39
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
1
G1
FL63
FLD_CS
F41
FL64
SCK1
F-
FL65
SO1
F42
11
SI1
F-
B
G3
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE
ND451
F40
A
FL30
D_GND
C454
0.1u
F
C453
10u
16V
C
POWER
FL1
B+
D_GND
JL423
CN3
JL424
CN4
F3
3
5
4
JL458
RR
TAPE
SPEED
RF CH
CH-
430
4700 430
R425
1
R428
47k
R427
15k
FL65 JL454
FL64
CN2
R424
3300
JL455
FL63 JL456
FL58
JL457
R459
33k
R452
1k
R453
1k
R454
1k
4.6
4.1
0.4
4.6
4.1
R455
1k
S28
R426
6800
RF_CH
CH-
JL453
JL450
-10.7
-1.6
-10.6
-10.6
-10.6
G9
G8
G7
G6
G5
G4
G10
SYNCHRO REC LED
S18
RR LED
IC451
SEARCH LED
S17
VEE
FL DRIVER
LED4
S16
UPD16315GB-3BS
IC451
OSC
S15
DOUT
S14
DIN
S13
CLK
S12
CS
S11
KEY1
S10
KEY2
JL460
JL461
JL462
-12.9
-12.6
F29
-7.9
F28
-12.6
F27
-12.6
F26
-12.6
F25
-12.6
F24
-12.6
F23
DGND
1
5.2
2
S454
JS401
JL405
JL406
EX90S
S458
S459
5.2
F2
DGND
2
F1
R400
68
A/D1 IN
JL422
CH+
S465
3
S466
A/D2 OUT
CN2
S467
4
CN1
EX90S
A/D2 IN
JL421
ADJ
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
F
5
* S468
DM-98 BOARD
CN471
(SEE PAGE 4-29)
A/D1 OUT
EX890S
CN412
5P
TO DM
F2
F1
1
* D402
SLR-342DCT31
D401
SLR-342VCT31
D_GND
R401
330
E
F3
* R402
180
S54
JL411
SYNCRO
REC
G3
2
COLOR
SYSTEM
G2
SEARCH LED
JL412
RR
G1
3
SYNCR
REC
S55
5
ETR 1
S27
430
JL413
6
4
44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34
7
ETR 2
JL414
DI-81 BOARD
CN901
(SEE PAGE 4-31E)
R457
4700
8
5
R411
1500
9
6
SEARCH
R414
3300
R415
4700
11 10
ETR SW
R416
6800
VDD
JL415
R417
15k
-1.5
5
R418
47k
VSS
7
DGND
GND
R458
4700
CN4
68
TO DI
CN1
R405
47k
R410
R404
47k
CN411
7P
JL451
UN5V
DGND
D
D404
RD5.6ES-T1B2
F37
F38
B+
CH+
F39
FL29
F40
S54
F41
ETR1
B-
B+
S55
F42
ETR2
CN3
S9
S8
S7
S5
S6
S4
S3
S2
S1
VDD
VSS
DGND
C451
100u
10V
DGND
H
F22
-5.7
-12.7
F21
F20
-5.7
F19
-12.6
-10.3
12.7
-12.7
-12.7
S28
FUNC_KEY2
FUNC_KEY1
CN2
23
-13V
FF+
B+
UN5V
UN5V
MA-402 (8/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-27)
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
S27
POWER_FAIL
BBB+
FL29
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
R:REC MODE
P:PB MODE
FL1
FL30
J
MODE CONTROL
MA-402 (7/8)
DGND
GND
12
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
I
C452
0.01u
B
F18
B+
GND
F17
W002
GND
F16
W001
F14
DGND
F15
5.2
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
JS172
7
-12.7
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
G
4-25
4-26
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
MA-402 (POWER SUPPLY) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
– Ref. No: MA-402 Board; 1000 series –
• See page 4-5 for printed wiring board.
1
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MA-402 BOARD(8/8)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
L660
68uH
B+
JL618
21
+30V
B
SW5V
GND
MA-402 (5/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-21)
AN_GND
D_6V
C671
22u
50V
ET601
TERMINAL
GROUND
C661
0.01u
B
17
SW12V
SW5V
MA-402 (4/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-19)
AU_GND HIFI GND
D607
RD5.6ES-T1B2
R602
150k
1/4W
C610
10V
1500u
C615
820u
25V
R605
1500
1/4W
IC600
12
B+
B+
MTR_12V
16
D_6V
GND AN_GND
JL619
1
C606
820p
4
15
3
16
R604
12k
1/4W
2
3
4
MA-402 (3/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-17)
2
3
4
5
6
7
D612
AU02A-V0
XX C628
17
D613
AK04V0
JS601
XX
R650
ET600
TERMINAL
GROUND
D605
XX
D623
RD6.2ES-T1B2
R641
10
C611
470u
16V
C627
0.01u
B
PS661
2.3A
TYPE:5G
C662
220u
25V
C665
22u
16V
5.25
5
C664
47u
16V
JL613
GND AN_GND
C669
0.01u
B
C626
47u
50V
4
AU_GND
JS625
MA-402 (1/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-9)
SW5V
B+
SW12V
D_GND
R642
D1NL20U-TA2
D624
R647
68k
1/4W
±1%
JS664
0
0.01u
1uH
L606
C607
560p
D625
MTZJ-T-77-18B
R651
39k ±1%
JL612
JS667
C633
D602
XX
C636
47u
50V
JL625
-13V
C663
470u
25V
JL611
B+
C630
0.01u
B
C629
470u
10V
R643
2.2
1W
L603
1uH
B+
C631
0.01u
B
G
PH600
PC123FY2
R615
2200
1/10W
23
-13V
F+
F-
MA-402 (7/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-25)
R618
220
1/4W
C613
0.12u
PET
R617
1k
1/4W
R612
2k
± 0.5%
DGND
GND AN_GND
15
MA-402 (2/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-13)
SW5V
R613
120
1/4W
PCO P CONT
3
4.7
C612
1u
50V
JL614
B-
L604
1uH
R616
47
1/4W
-13V
JL615
R607
8200
1/4W
R648
2200
1/10W
C632
XX
D_5.2V
C674
100u
16V
C673
0.01u
1/4W
DGND
B+
XX
C608
2200p
800V
B-
R606
9100
1/4W
±1%
JS666
C616
470u
25V
B+
AN_GND
1
C624
47u
50V
B+
MA8910
E
GND
C614
XX
MTRGND
5V(OUT)
13
JL604
4
P.CONT
6
5
R649
47
1/4W
F
L601
22uH
3
5
D604
XX
EX50BR/
EX80SBR/
EX90SBR
C604
470p
250V
14
D609
31DQ06-FA7
2
AN_GND
AN_GND
C603
470p
250V
7
D608
D2S4MF
1
SW12V
* C605
100u
C602
470p
250V
B+
6V(IN)
R603
330k
1/4W
L602
22uH
C617
XX
11
8
MA-402(6/8)
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
PQ05RD11
R668 10k
D
R640
10
1/4W
P.CONT
D611
AU02A-V0
10
4.9
T600
R601
3.3M
1/2W
13V (IN )
C601
0.1u
12V (OUT)
D603
XX
R611
1M
1/2W
13.5
VDR600
22
SW12V
IC662
GND
LF600
JL602
B+
PQ12RD08
C625
XX
11.7
3
D600
DF06M-6031
RD16F-T8B1
D614
NEUTRAL
C600
0.1u
250V
FH601
JS668
1
* F600
2A
250V
AN_GND
LIVE
FH600
D601
D1NL20U-TA2
CN600
2P
JL601
IC660
B+
JS665
C
1
IC601
2
AN1431T-TA
2.4
H
R614
1500
± 0.5%
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
I
J
4-27
4-28
POWER SUPPLY
MA-402 (8/8)
SLV - EX50/EX80S/EX90S
FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN) AND DM-98 (FUNCTION) PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
— Ref. No. FJ-31 Board:1,000 Series —
– SLV-ED212/ED717/ED818/ED919 –
— Ref. No. DM-98
Board:2,000
1
2 Series —
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
A FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN)
4
5
6
* JS531
0
6
EX80S/EX90S
EX80S/EX90S
* CNJ531
*
R535
100k
LINE-2 IN
R
JL532
* JS532
0
JL531
EX80S/EX90S
10
11
12
13
14
There are few cases that the part printed
on this diagram isn’t mounted in this model.
L2 VIDEO
AN GND
5
L2 AU L
4
HIFI_GND
3
L2 AU R
2
D GND
1
POWER
MA-402(6/8)
CN334
(SEE PAGE 4-23)
EX80S/EX90S
* JS534
0
AUDIO
EX80S
L
B
EX80S/EX90S
9
FJ-31 BOARD
CN532
7P
JL533
7
8
7
EX80S/EX90S
A
B
7
* R534
100k
VIDEO
C531
XX
HZM6.8ZWA1TL
* D531
* D532
HZM6.8ZWA1TL
JS535
0
EX80S/
EX90S
*
* D534
02DZ6.2-TPH3
R533
68
C
EX80S/EX90S
EX80S/EX90S
* D533
HZM6.8ZWA1TL
EX80S/EX90S
S500
(
C
D
MA-402
VIDEO, AUDIO, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL,
TUNER, I/O, MODE CONTROL,
POWER SUPPLY
SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL
D
AUDIO
SIGNAL
Y/CHROMA
DM-98 (USER CONTROL)
FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN)
REC
E
DI-81 (DIAL TIMER)
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DM-98 BOARD
DM-98 (FUNCTION)
A
G
CN471
5P
MA-402(7/8)
CN412
(SEE PAGE 4-29)
D_GND
1
EJECT
2
CH-
3
PB/STOP
4
CH+
5
JL469
JL466
* S462
JL467
* R475
0
JL468
EJECT
JL465
R465
1500
B
H
* S463
REC
R467
2200
* S466
REW
C
R474
0
* S467
STOP
I
R468
1500
* S468
PLAY
D
* R469
1500
J
* S469
FF
* R470
2200
* S472
LINE-2 IN, FUNCTION
FJ-31, DM-98
4-29
PAUSE
4-30
)
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
DI-81 (DIAL TIMER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
— Ref. No. DI-81 Board:2,000 Series —
There are few cases that the part printed
on this diagram isn’t mounted in this model.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DI-81 BOARD (DIAL TIMER)
A
SEARCH
S900
R900
CN901
7P
B
GND
MA-402 (7/8)
CN411
(SEE PAGE 4-31E)
C
7
TIMER
6
DIAL
5
KKP-
4
KKP+
3
SEARCH LED
D-GND
2
0
R901
XX
JL900
JL901
JL902
JL903
JL904
R902
JL905
560
S901
1
SEARCH
D900
SLR-342DCT31
D
DI-81 BOARD
(
MA-402
VIDEO, AUDIO, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL,
TUNER, I/O, MODE CONTROL,
POWER SUPPLY
)
DM-98 (USER CONTROL)
FJ-31 (LINE 2 IN)
DI-81 (DIAL TIMER)
4-31E
DIAL TIMER
DI-81
SYSTEM CONTROL – VIDEO BLOCK INTERFACE (MA-402 BOARD IC101)
TAPE
STOP/
TAPE
UNTHREADFF/REW THREADING
ING
SLOW
x2
CUE
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
L
*2
*3
*3
*3
*3
*3
*3
*3
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
Pin No.
I/O
RF SWP
MA-402
IC101 105
O
*1
*1
*1
QVD
MA-402
IC101 109
O
L
L
C SYNC
MA-402
IC101 111
I
*4
*4
PB
REVIEW RECORD
REC •
PAUSE
*1 25 Hz pulse with 50% duty cycle. Synchronized with rotation of
drum.
*2 Normal PB “L”. V period “H” pulse when x1.
*3 V period “H” pulse.
*4 Composite sync signal (positive polarity).
5-1
5-2.
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
*5.
*6.
*7.
*8.
*9.
SYSTEM CONTROL – SERVO PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT INTERFACE (MA-402 BOARD IC101)
TAPE
TAPE
REW THREADING UNTHREADING
PB
PB •
PAUSE
SLOW
x2
CUE
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
*2
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
*4
*4
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*6
*4
*4
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*5
*5
*4
*4
*5
H/L
*5
*5
*5
*5
*5
H/L
*7
*7
*7
*7
*7
*8
*7
*7
*8
*8
*8
*8
*7
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
*9
Signal
Pin No.
I/O
STOP
FF
CAP QR
MA-402
IC101 91
O
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
DRUM PG
MA-402
IC101 104
I
*3
*1
*1
DRUM FG
MA-402
IC101 103
I
*3
*6
CAP FG
MA-402
IC101 9
I
H/L
CAP PWM
MA-402
IC101 108
O
DRUM PWM
MA-402
IC101 107
O
25 Hz (PAL), 30 Hz (NTSC) pulse.
Pulse at tape running.
“L” when drum rotation stop.
Unstable period pulse.
Pulse of period in proportion to tape speed.
300 Hz (PAL), 360 Hz (NTSC) pulse.
Pulse at tape running.
Approx. 2 msec period “H” or “L” pulse.
Approx. 1.5 msec period “H” or “L” pulse.
REVIEW RECORD
REC •
PAUSE
SECTION 5
INTERFACE, IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
PB •
PAUSE
Signal
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
5-1.
5-3.
SYSTEM CONTROL – MECHANISM BLOCK INTERFACE (MA-402 BOARD IC101)
x2
CUE
REVIEW
REC
REC •
PAUSE
*7
*7
*7
*7
*7
*7
H
H
H
H
L
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
L
L
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
L
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
H/L
H/L
*3
*3
*3
H/L
*3
*3
*3
*3
*3
H/L
Pin No.
I/O
CAM
MA-402
IC101 45
O
Hi-Z
H
L
H
L
MODE 1
MA-402
IC101 37
I
H
L
L
*1
MODE 2
MA-402
IC101 38
I
H
L
L
MODE 3
MA-402
IC101 39
I
L
L
MODE 4
MA-402
IC101 40
I
L
REC PRF
MA-402
IC101 86
I
T REEL
MA-402
IC101 42
PB
SLOW
PAUSE
FF
REW
PB
H
*7
*7
*7
*7
*1
L
H
H
H
*1
*1
L
H
H
L
*1
*1
L
L
H
H
*1
*1
H
H
*2
*2
*2
*2
I
H/L
H/L
H/L
H/L
I
H/L
H/L
H/L
*3
*3
H/L
*3
*3
*3
H/L
*3
*3
*3
*3
*3
H/L
END-LED
MA-402
IC101 41
MA-402
IC101 49
O
(O.D)
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
CAP PVS
MA-402
IC101 90
I
L
H
L
H/L
H
L
H
H
H
H
H
L
H
H
T SENS
MA-402
IC101 33
I
*4
*4
*4
*6
*6
*4
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
S SENS
MA-402
IC101 32
I
*4
*4
*4
*6
*6
*4
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
S RELL
5-2
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
*5.
TAPE
TAPE
CASSETTE CASSETTE
EJECTED LOADING UNLOADING THREAD- UNTHREAD- STOP
ING
ING
Signal
Uncertainty.
“L” when erasing protection tab is bent, “H” when not bent.
Pulse of period in proportion to reel rotating speed.
Approx.2 msec period “H” pulse.
Pulse at tape running.
*6. Normally “L”. 2 msec period “H” pulse when tape top or tape end is detected.
*7. When transition to UNLOADING direction: L.
When Transition to LOADING direction: H.
When CAM motor is stopped: Hi-Z.
5-4.
SYSTEM CONTROL – AUDIO BLOCK INTERFACE (MA-402 BOARD IC101)
Signal
Pin No.
I/O
STOP/
FF/
REW
TAPE
TAPE
THREAD- UNTHREADING
ING
AU RF
MA-402
IC101 35
O
AF RF envelope signal input terminal for automatic tracking.
A MUTE
MA-402
IC101 89
O
(O.D)
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
H
H
AF SWP
MA-402
IC101 106
O
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
FULL ERASE
MA-402
IC101 71
O
(O.D)
H
H
H
H
REC P
MA-402
IC101 72
O
L
L
L
NAPB
MA-402
IC101 96
O
L
L
L
CUE
REVIEW
REC
REC •
PAUSE
H
H
H
H
H
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
H
H
H
H
H
L
H
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
L
PB
PB •
SLOW
PAUSE
5-3
*1. 25Hz (PAL), 30Hz (NTSC) 50% duty pulse approx. 5 msec delayed from RF SW P.
x2
5-5. SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL, OSD MICROPROCESSOR PIN FUNCTION (MA-402 BOARD IC101)
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
2
VSS (SERVO)
–
–
AN GND
CTL(+)
CTL (–)
CTL-BIAS
CTL-FB
CTL-AMP(O)
CTL-SMT
CAP FG
VCC (SERVO)
AFC PC
Function
Servo ground
Analog ground
CTL Head signal input/output (REC mode)
CTL Head signal input/output (REC mode)
CTL amp. control signal input (gain set)
CTL amp. control signal input (gain set)
CTL amp. control signal input (for check)
CTL amp. control signal input (gain set)
Capstan FG schmitt input
VLPF
C V IN 2
C V IN 1
I/O
I/O
I
I
O
I
I
–
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
I
18
19
20
OSDVSS
VIDEO OUT (CV OUT)
OSD VSS
O
–
21
22
23
4FSC OUT
4Ffsc IN
AVSS
O
I
–
Composite video signal output
OSD ground
OSC 4fsc oscillator terminal signal output
24
25
26
APC Error
TU AFT
FUNCTION Key 2
I
I
I
27
28
29
FUNCTION Key 1
POWER FAIL
DEST 1
I
I
I
30
31
32
33
PB
DEST 2
T SENS
S SENS
–
I
I
I
34
35
36
VIDEO RF
AUDIO RF
AVCC
I
I
–
37
38
39
MODE1
MODE2
MODE3
I
I
I
40
41
42
MODE4
S REEL
T REEL
I
I
I
43
44
45
REMOCON
CTL-OSD
CAM
I
I/O
O
46
47
48
SAT SYNC LED
RR LED
SEARCH LED
–
–
–
49
50
51
52
53
54
END LED
POWER CONT
WRITE CONT
O
O
O
O
O
I
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
5-4E
55
56
AFC OSC
AFCLPF
CSYNC
BLUE BACK
AUDIO DUB
ETR 1
ETR 2
VCC
I
I
Power supply unswitch 5V
AFC oscillation signal
AFC oscillation signal
AFC LPF signal
Sync input
VLPF input
Composite video signal input 2
Composite video signal input 1
Power supply OSD 5V
OSC 4fsc oscillator terminal signal input
Analog ground
APC error voltage signal input
Auto tuning signal input
Function key analog voltage signal input 2
Function key analog voltage signal input 2
Power failure detect signal input
Destination set signal input 1
Not used
Destination set signal input 2
Take up end sensor signal input
Supply end sensor signal input
Video RF envelope signal
Audio RF envelope signal
Analog power supply
Mechanism Section CAM encoder data input 1
Mechanism Section CAM encoder data input 2
Mechanism Section CAM encoder data input 3
Mechanism Section CAM encoder data input 4
S side reel FG input
T side reel FG input
Remote Control (SIRCS) signal input
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
VSS
–
–
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
CTL amp. signal input/output (OSD)
CAM motor signal output
Not used
100
101
102
Not used
Not used
Top/end LED on/off control signal output
103
104
105
Power supply control signal output
EEP ROM write timing control signal output
OSD block control output
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
To 'on' the audio dub filter
Easy Timer knob pulse 1 signal input
Easy Timer knob pulse 2 signal input
Power supply
FLD VSS
SCL0
SDA0
SCL1
SDA1
SCK1
SO1
MAIN SAP
STEREO OUT
SECAM ON
FULL ERASE
REC P
IN SELECT
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
I
O
O
O
O
–
O
O
O
FLASH WRITE ENABLE
32KHZ (OUT)
32KHZ (IN)
I
O
I
RESET
10MHZ (IN)
VSS
I
I
–
10MHZ (OUT)
CAP CONNET TO VSS
MDO
O
–
I
TV/VTR
APC PWM
CAP TRQ PWM
–
O
O
REC PROOF
NIL
NIL
I
–
SI1
TA MUTE
F MONO
A MUTE
CAP RVS
CAP QR
DRUM QR
PLL CLOCK
TU ENABLE
PLL DATA
NA PB
AF REC P
EX CTL
SECAM DET
C. KILLER DET
HEAD CLOG LED
MESECAM DET
DRUM PG
DRUM FG
RF SWP
AF SWP
DRUM PWM
CAP PWM
QVD
VSS
CSYNC
VCC
–
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
–
–
I
–
I
I
I
O
O
O
O
O
–
I
–
Function
Ground
FLD ground
Clock signal input/output
Data input/output for IIC
Clock input/output for IIC bus interface
Data input/output for IIC bus interface
SCI clock input/output
Serial communication data signal output
Serial communication data signal input
Tuner audio mute
Force mono
Bilingual select
Stereo/mono control
Not used (only for secam model)
Full erase head on/off control signal
"L" : output when REC pause
Line-input selection control signal output
Enables flash write
Timer clock terminal (32khz) output
Timer clock terminal (32khz) input
Reset signal output
System clock terminal (10MHz) input
Ground
System clock terminal (10MHz) input
Smoothing capacitor connection
Sets operating mode
Not used
APC PWM signal output
Capstan TRQ PWM signal output
Erasing protection tab. Cassette in detection signal input
Not used
Not used
"H" : audio mute signal output
Capstan reverse control signal "H": when reverse
Capstan step driving signal output
Drum motor step driving signal output
Tuner PLL clock signal output
Tuner PLL chip select signal output
Tuner PLL data signal output
Normal audio PB signal output
"L": output when Hi-Fi audio REC pause (not used)
Not used
Not used
To detect type of color system
Not used
To detect mesecam signal
Drum FG schmitt amp. input
Drum FG schmitt amp. put
RF switching pulse signal output
AF switching pulse signal output
Drum motor error signal output
Capstan error signal output
Quasi VD pulse signal output
Ground
Composite sync signal input
Power supply unswitch 5V
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 6
ERROR CODE
This set displays an error code, and a mode code in case of
error on the display tube, if the operation stopped by error.
The following provides description concerned.
Display tube (lower 5 digits)
A
B
A: Error code ....................................................... Table 6-1
B: Mode code in case of error ............................ Table 6-2
These codes are displayed at lower 5-digit positions of display
tube.
In this case, “ : ” between digits is not displayed.
Table 6-1. Error Codes
Table 6-2. Mode Codes in Case of Error
Code
Description
0
EJECT (POWER ON)
1
EJECT (POWER OFF)
2
UNLOAD STOP
3
STOP (POWER ON)
4
POWER OFF (CASSETTE IN)
5
F. FWD
6
REW
7
LOW SPEED F. FWD
8
LOW SPEED REW
9
STANDBY
10
REC
11
REC (VISS)
12
REC PAUSE
13
PLAY
14
A. DUB
15
A. DUB PAUSE
16
CUE
17
REV
0
NO ERROR
18
STILL (MECHA FWD)
1
CAM ENCODER ERROR, LOAD DIRECTION
19
FWD FRAME BY FRAME (FWD SLOW)
2
CAM ENCODER ERROR, UNLOAD DIRECTION
20
STILL (MECHA RVS)
3
T REEL ERROR
21
RVS FRAME BY FRAME (RVS SLOW)
4
S REEL ERROR
5
CAPSTAN ERROR
6
DRUM ERROR
Code
Description
7
INITIALIZE ERROR
8
CASSETTE UNLOADING ERROR
9
RESERVED
6-1E
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 7
ADJUSTMENTS
During the adjustment, see the Parts Arrangement
Diagram for Adjustments on Page 7-6.
7-1. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL of VHS MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENT VI.
2-1-3. Set-up of Adjustment
In this adjustment, NTSC pattern generator is connected with LINE
input signal terminal. When checking with tuner, connected AERIAL
terminal. Check that the amplitudes of video signal SYNC signal, of
picture portions, and of burst signals are flat at approximately 0.3,
0.7 and 0.3 V, respectively, and that the level ratio of the burst signal
and “red” signal are 0.30: 0.66. Fig. 7-2-2. shows video signals (color
bars) used in adjusting the video section.
7-2. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
NTSC
2-1.
PRE-ADJUSTMENT PREPARATIONS
Necessary items and indications for total adjustment of electric
circuit of this machine will be described in this chapter.
2-1-1. Instruments to be Used
1) Color TV
2) Oscilloscope 1 or 2 phenomena, band more than 30 MHz, delay
mode, as provided.
3) NTSC pattern generator
4) Digital voltmeter
5) Audio level meter
6) Audio noise meter
7) Audio generator
8) Attenuator
9) Alignment tape
Part Code: 8-192-605-32 KRV-51N2
2-1-2. Connection
Unless otherwise specified, connect and adjust the measuring
instruments as shown in the following diagram.
VIDEO LINE IN
Pattern generator
Video output
(75 Ω)
Fig. 7-2-1
VCR
VIDEO LINE OUT
Fig. 7-2-2
2-1-4. Alingment Tapes
[Alignment Tape (KRV-51N2/KRV-51P)]
1
2
3
4
Mode
Time
Video signal
Audio signal
(HiFi/Normal)
SP
SP
EP
EP
Seven minutes
Three minutes
Seven minutes
Three minutes
Color bar
Monoscope
Color bar
Monoscope
400 Hz
Monitor TV
2-1-5. Specified I/O Level and Impedance
Input/output terminal
Video inputs
LINE IN : phono jack
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced, sync negative
Audio inputs
LINE IN : phono jacks
47 kW, –7.5 dBs (0 dBs = 0.775 Vrms)
More than 10 kW, –4 dBs
Video outputs
LINE OUT : phono jack
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced, sync negative
Audio outputs
LINE OUT : phono jacks
–7.5 dBs at load impedance 47 kΩ
Output impedance : less than 10 Ω
7-1
2-1-6. Adjusting Sequence
Make the electrical adjustment in the following sequence.
2-3.
SERVO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT
2-3-1.
RF Switching Position Adjustment
(MA-402 BOARD)
Purpose:
Adjust the interval between A ch and B ch of tape playback output.
Improve the interchangeability with other tapes and sets.
When it is out of order, the interval appears on the screen, the screen
is disturbed.
Power supply adjustment
Servo system adjustment
Tuner system
adjustment
Audio system
adjustment
2-2.
2-2-1.
POWER SUPPLY ADJUSTMENT
Power Supply Check
Mode
E-E
Measuring Instrument
Digital voltmeter
+F, –F check
Measurement Point
Between JL 615 (IF) and JL 614 (-F)
Specified Value
3.0 ± 1.0 V
–13 V check
Measurement Point
JL 625
Specified Value
–11.0 ± 1.5 V
Mode
PB
Signal
Alignment tape SP mode
color bar
Measurement Point
CH1: Pin 2 of CN202
CH2: Pin 3 of CN202
(RF SWP)
Measuring Instrument
Oscilloscope
Specified Value
6.5 ± 0.5 H (410 ± 32 µsec)
NTSC
Adjusting Method:
1) Connect MA-402 board JS401 to the GND for about 1 second
to activate the RF switching position adjustment mode.
2) Check appear “A P” on FL display.
3) Using the channel + and – buttons, adjust to 6.5 ± 0.5 H.
4) Press the pause button.
CH1
+6 V check
Measurement Point
JL 611
Specified Value
5.95 ± 0.3 V
Approx. 1 Vp-p
CH2
Approx. 5 Vp-p
+13 V check
V
Measurement Point
JL 604
Specified Value
13.5 ± 1.0 V
enlargement
+38 V check
Vertical sync. signal
Measurement Point
JL 618
Specified Value
32.0 ± 4.0 V
CH1
Checking Method:
1) Confirm that each voltage meets its specified value.
CH2
Fig. 7-2-3.
7-2
6.5 ± 0.5 H
(410 ± 32 µsec) NTSC
2-4.
AUDIO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS
• Adjust both Lch and Rch.
CH1
RF SWP
[Connection]
Audio
generator
Audio level meter or
distortion meter
600 Ω
47 kΩ
OK
Attenuator
VCR
CH2
NG
AUDIO LINE IN
Feed signal both
channelssimultaneously.
AUDIO LINE OUT
Fig. 7-2-5.
Fig. 7-2-4.
2-4-1.
Hi-Fi Audio System Adjustment
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
• Set switches and knobs to the following positions to make
adjustment unless otherwise specified.
INPUT SELECT switch ................... LINE
AUDIO MONITOR .......................... STEREO
[Adjustment Sequence]
1. AF Switching Position Adjustment
2. Frequency Response Check
3. Overall Level Characteristic and Distortion Factor
Check
4. Overall S/N Check
2. Frequency Response Check
Purpose:
Confirm that the frequency characteristic is within the specification.
Mode
REC and PB (SP, EP mode)
Signal
400 Hz, –17.5 dBs
20 Hz, –17.5 dBs
20 kHz, –17.5 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter
Specified value
0 ± 2 dB
Note: Tape path adjustment must have been completed.
1.
AF Switching Position Adjustment
(MA-402 BOARD)
Purpose:
Adjust the interval between A CH and B CH of tape playback output.
Improve the interchangeability with other tapes and sets.
When it is out of order, noisy sound is increased and big noise is
heard.
Mode
PB
Signal
Alignment tape SP mode
color bar
Measurement point
CH1: Pin 3 of CN202
CH2: Pin 1 of CN202
Measuring Instrument
Oscilloscope
Specified Value
Fig. 7-2-5
Confirmation Method:
1) Supply a signal of 400 Hz, –17.5 dBs to both L and R channels
of Audio Line Input.
2) Connect the audio level meter to the Audio Line Output.
3) Adjust the attenuator so that the audio level meter will indicate
–17.5 dBs.
4) Make recording.
5) Set an audio line input signal to 20 Hz and make recording.
6) Set an audio line input signal to 20 kHz and make recording.
7) Playback a recorded portion, and measure output levels at 400
Hz and 20 Hz and 20 kHz.
8) Confirm that the 20 Hz and 20 kHz playback output level within
a range of the 400 Hz playback output level 0 ± 2 dB.
Adjusting Method:
1) Connect MA-402 board JS401 to the GND for about 1 second
to activate the RF switching position adjustment mode.
2) Press the PLAY button to activate the AF switching position
adjustment mode.
3) Check appear “A H” on FL display.
4) Using the channels + and – buttons, minimize a chipped portion.
At this time, confirm that a noisy sound is not heard.
5) Press the pause button.
7-3
3. Overall Level Characteristic and Distortion Factor
Check
Purpose:
Check the record level, play level, and distortion factor against the
reference input.
2-4-2. Normal Audio System Adjustment
• Make adjustment in the SP mode, unless otherwise specified. Use
a normal VHS cassette for an adjustment tape.
• Set AUDIO MONITOR to normal.
[Adjustment Sequence]
1. ACE Head Adjustment
2. E-E Output Level Check
3. Frequency Response Check
4. Overall Level Characteristic and Distortion Factor
Check
5. Overall S/N Check
Mode
REC and PB (SP mode)
Signal
400 Hz, –7.5 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter and
distortion factor meter
Specified value
Playback level: –7.5 ± 2.0 dBs
Distortion factor: 1% or less
Confirmation Method:
1) Supply an audio signal of 400 Hz, –7.5 dBs simultaneously to
both L and R channels of Audio Line Input.
2) Make recording
3) Play back a recorded portion.
4) Confirm that a playback level is –7.5 ±2.0 dBs.
5) Confirm that a distortion factor is within 1%.
4. Overall S/N Check
Purpose:
Confirm that the S/N is within the specification.
1. ACE Head Adjustment
Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL of VHS MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENT VI.
2. E-E Output Level Check
(SLV-EX50)
Purpose:
Confirm that the output level against the reference input is within the
specification.
Mode
E-E
Signal
L, R: 400 Hz, –7.5 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Mode
REC and PB (SP mode)
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter
Signal
Short
Specified value
–7.5 ± 2.0 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio noise meter
Specified value
–67.5 dBs or less
Confirmation Method:
1) Connect both L and R channels of audio line input to the GND.
2) Start recording.
3) Play the recorded part to confirm that the noise is below –67.5
dBs.
Confirmation Method:
1) Simultaneously input a signal of 400 Hz, –7.5 dBs to both L
and R channels of Audio Line Input.
2) Confirm that the audio output level is –7.5 ± 3.0 dBs.
(This level only can appear with mono models)
3. Frequency Response Check
Purpose:
Confirm that the frequency characteristic is within the specification.
Mode
REC and PB (SP mode)
Signal
400 Hz, –17.5 dBs
7 kHz, –17.5 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter
Specified value
0 ± 4 dB
Tape path adjustment must have been completed.
Confirmation Method:
1) Supply a signal of 400 Hz, –17.5 dBs to both L and R channels
of Audio Line Input.
2) Connect the audio level meter to the Audio Line Output.
3) Adjust the attenuator so that the audio level meter will indicate
–17.5 dBs.
4) Make recording in the SP mode.
5) Set an audio line input signal to 7 kHz and make recording.
6) Playback a recorded portion, and measure output levels at 400
Hz and 7 kHz.
7) Confirm that the 7 kHz playback output level within a range of
the 400 Hz playback output level 0 ± 4 dB.
7-4
4. Overall Level Characteristic and Distortion Factor
Check
Purpose:
Check the record level, play level, and distortion factor against the
reference input.
Mode
REC and PB (SP mode)
Signal
400 Hz, –7.5 dBs
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter and
distortion factor meter
Specified value
2-5.
TUNER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT
[Connection]
Audio level
meter
Up channel
convertor
47 kΩ
L
VCR
R
AUDIO LINE OUT
RF IN
Playback level: –7.5 ± 4.0 dBs
Distortion factor: 4% or less
Fig. 7-2-6
Confirmation Method:
1) Supply an audio signal of 400 Hz, –7.5 dBs simultaneously to
both L and R channels of Audio Line Input.
2) Make recording
3) Play back a recorded portion.
4) Confirm that a playback level is –7.5 ± 4.0 dBs. (mono audio)
5) Confirm that a distortion factor is less than 4%.
2-5-1.
Separation Adjustment
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
Purpose:
Mixed audio signal separate Lch and Rch.
Mode
Signal
E-E
VIDEO:
color bar
(White 100% modulation)
AUDIO:
L NONE
R 1 kHz 60% modulation
ELECTRIC FIELD:
Measurement point
Pin qx of IC701
Measurement equipment
Audio level meter
Adjusting Element
RV701 (MA-402 Board)
Specified value
minimum -9.9 ± 0.2 dBm
(700 ± 14mVp-p)
5. Overall S/N Check
Purpose:
Confirm that the S/N is within the specification.
Mode
REC and PB (SP mode)
Signal
Short
Measurement point
Audio output terminal
Measurement equipment
Audio noise meter
Specified value
–46.0 dBs or less
Confirmation Method:
1) Connect both L and R channels of audio line input to the GND.
2) Start recording.
3) Play the recorded part to confirm that the noise is below –46.0
dBs.
60–80 dBs/75 Ω Term
7-5
2-6.
PARTS ARRANGEMENT DIAGRAM FOR ADJUSTMENTS
MA-402 BOARD (Side A)
CN202
7-6E
RV701
JL625
JL618
JL604
JL611
IC701
JL614
JS401
CN412
JL615
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
SECTION 8
REPAIR PARTS LIST
8-1. EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE:
• -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they
may have some differences from the original
one.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service.
•
Some delay should be anticipated when
ordering these items.
The components identified by mark
or
dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
The mechanical parts with no reference
number in the exploded views are not
supplied.
Les composants identifiés par une marque
! sont critiques pour la sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant
le numéro spécifié.
8-1-1. FRONT PANEL AND UPPER CASE SECTION
10
11
VI
DE
O
10
12
8
7
3
not supplied
9
2
not supplied
3
13
3
6
7
4
1
5
14
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
ASSY,
ASSY,
ASSY,
ASSY,
ASSY,
Remarks
FRONT
FRONT
FRONT
FRONT
FRONT
Ref. No.
1
1
1
1
1
X-3951-617-1
X-3951-618-1
X-3951-619-1
X-3951-620-1
X-3951-621-1
PANEL
PANEL
PANEL
PANEL
PANEL
(EX90SAR)
(EX80SAR)
(EX50AR)
(EX90SBR)
(EX80SBR)
* 8
* 8
9
9
10
1
2
3
* 4
5
X-3951-622-1
3-953-432-01
4-921-277-41
A-6713-942-A
1-757-552-12
PANEL ASSY, FRONT
(EX50BR)
SPRING (GE), FL
SCREW (B2.6 x 8), TAPPING, BIND
DM-098 COMPLETE PWB
FLAT CABLE FDM-010
11
* 6
7
* 8
A-6713-943-A DI-081 COMPLETE PWB
1-757-553-11 FLAT CABLE FDI-002
A-6713-941-A FJ-031 COMPLETE PWB
11
12
13
14
(EX90S)
8-1
Part No.
A-6713-947-A
A-6713-949-A
1-791-157-31
1-757-665-11
3-710-901-62
Description
Remarks
FJ-031 COMPLETE PWB
(EX80S)
FJ-031 COMPLETE PWB
(EX50)
CORD, POWER (EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
CORD, POWER (EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
SCREW, TAPPING
1-476-475-71 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT V-312)
(EX50/EX80S)
1-476-475-81 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT V-312A)
(EX90S)
3-709-433-11 COVER, REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY
3-943-995-51 EMBLEM (NO.5), SONY
3-055-077-01 SPRING, ETR (P5)
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
8-1-2. CHASSIS SECTION
59
60
54
53
55
#1
#1
#1
53
53
53
not supplied
53
52
51
53
51
Ref. No.
*
*
*
*
51
52
52
52
52
* 52
Part No.
Description
3-959-383-01
A-6713-952-A
A-6713-940-A
A-6713-953-A
A-6713-946-A
BASE (R), MD
MA-402 COMPLETE
MA-402 COMPLETE
MA-402 COMPLETE
MA-402 COMPLETE
Remarks
not
supplied
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
A-6713-948-A
3-970-608-21
1-757-690-11
1-757-551-11
X-3950-969-1
MA-402 COMPLETE PWB
(EX50BR)
SUMITITE (B3), +BV
CABLE, FLAT (FMD-022)
CABLE, FLAT (FAC-009)
TC(N17S) ASSY (SL)
(EX80S/EX90S)
PWB
PWB
PWB
PWB
(EX90SAR)
(EX90SBR)
(EX80SAR)
(EX80SBR)
* 52
53
54
55
59
A-6713-945-A MA-402 COMPLETE PWB
(EX50AR)
60
8-2
Remarks
3-342-512-21 SCREW (B1.7 X 3.5), TAPPING
(EX80S/EX90S)
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
8-1-3. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-1
707
#2
708
712
711
709
706
723
704
710
705
702
713
720
722
725
703
701
724
701
721
714
716
719
715
717
718
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
701
702
703
704
705
3-977-509-01
3-977-507-01
3-977-508-01
1-500-471-11
3-977-495-01
WASHER, THRUST
TABLE, REEL (S)
TABLE, REEL (T)
HEAD, FE
SHAFT, TG2
706
707
708
709
710
3-977-494-01
A-6776-359-C
3-977-535-01
3-977-536-01
3-977-443-01
HOLDER, FEH
FL, COMPLETE ASSY (SL)
PLATE, LUMINOUS (END SENSOR)
PLATE, LUMINOUS (TOP SENSOR)
WASHER, STOPPER
711
712
713
A-6759-863-B PRESS BLOCK ASSY, PINCH
3-958-455-01 SPRING (PINCH), TENSION
3-977-447-01 GEAR, ELEVATOR
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
714
715
716
* 717
718
3-063-773-02
3-977-441-03
3-977-445-02
3-062-763-01
X-3950-964-1
OPENER, LID (SL)
GEAR, PINCH PRESSING
GEAR, TG8 ARM DRIVING
SPRING, EXTENSION (RVS BRAKE)
ARM ASSY, RVS BRAKE (SL)
719
720
721
722
723
3-063-756-01
X-3947-590-1
A-6775-791-A
3-974-556-11
3-979-508-01
GEAR, TG8 ARM H/R
TG8 ASSY
HEAD BLOCK ASSY, ACE (TDK) FFC
+ HEXA TT 2.6 x 9 (TAPER)
SCREW + HEXA TP SW 3 x 8
724
725
#2
3-059-958-01 SPRING, TG8
3-051-300-03 LOCK ACE SCREW
7-685-646-79 SCREW + BVTP 3 x 8 TYPE2
8-3
Remarks
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
8-1-4. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-2
767
770
768
769
761
#2
771
758
764
762
763
760
772
763
757
#3
766
756
765
755
754
752
753
759
751
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
751
752
753
754
755
X-3949-363-1
3-053-882-01
X-3947-573-1
X-3951-005-1
3-063-772-01
BRAKE ASSY, MAIN (T)
SPRING, TENS (MAIN BRAKE)
ARM ASSY, PENDULUM
BRAKE ASSY, MAIN (S)
LEVER, REC PROOF (SL)
Remarks
756
757
758
759
760
3-976-767-01
3-977-487-01
X-3950-966-1
3-063-958-01
3-977-488-01
SPRING, TENS. (REC PROOF)
BOSS, TG1 FULCRUM
TG1 ASSY (SL)
SPRING,COMP (SL PEND)
SPRING, EXTENSION (POWER TENSION)
761
762
763
764
765
A-6775-922-A
X-3949-910-2
3-965-178-01
3-062-687-01
A-6750-328-E
SHUTTLE (S) BLOCK ASSY
G. ROLLER ASSY
SPRING
BASE DRUM, K (UPPER MOTOR)
SHUTTLE (T) BLOCK ASSY
8-4
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
766
767
768
769
770
3-977-501-01
A-6746-074-G
X-3947-255-1
3-975-724-07
1-796-012-11
PLATE, LUMINOUS
ROLLER BLOCK ASSY, HC
ROLLER ASSY, HC
ARM, HC
DRUM ASSY DZH-0D1A-R
(SLV-EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
Remarks
770
770
770
771
772
1-772-366-11 DRUM ASSY DZH-0B7A-R
(SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
1-772-363-11 DRUM ASSY DZH-0B4A-R (SLV-EX50BR)
1-796-011-11 DRUM ASSY DZH-0D0A-R (SLV-EX50AR)
X-3950-968-1 BAND ASSY, TG1 (SL)
X-3949-910-1 G. ROLLER ASSY
#2
#3
7-685-646-79 SCREW + BVTP 3 x 8 TYPE 2
7-682-647-09 SCREW + P3 x 6
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
8-1-5. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-3
805
815
817
803
M902
816
818
803
814
#2
812
829
828
811
813
825
810
820
808
804
809
827
821
807
830
826
819
822
806
823
824
M903
803
801
802
not
supplied
#4
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
801
802
803
804
805
3-977-437-01
X-3949-364-1
3-977-443-01
3-063-785-01
3-056-952-11
RETAINER, CAM MOTOR
ASSY, REEL DIRECT SELECT (B)
WASHER, STOPPER
WORM - WHEEL (SL)
WASHER, STOPPER
806
807
808
809
810
3-977-444-01
3-977-515-01
3-977-517-01
3-977-519-01
3-977-518-02
811
812
813
814
815
3-977-516-01
3-977-877-01
3-977-504-01
X-3947-365-1
3-066-675-01
816
817
3-056-824-01 WASHER, STOPPER
3-063-439-01 GEAR, CAM
Remarks
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
818
819
820
821
822
3-063-768-01
3-063-757-01
3-977-456-03
X-3948-132-2
3-063-783-01
SLIDER (SL)
GEAR, LOADING (T) H/R
SPRING, TORSION (LOAD T)
LEVER ASSY, LOADING (T)
GEAR, LOADING (S) H/R
GEAR, PINCH TRANSMISSION
GUIDE, FL SLIDER
PLATE, SLIDE, FL
SPRING, TENS. (LIMIT, FL)
PLATE, LIMITTER, FL
823
824
825
826
827
3-977-452-01
X-3948-131-1
3-977-489-01
3-063-777-01
3-977-467-02
SPRING, TORSION (LOAD S)
LEVER ASSY LOADING (S)
ARM, TG1 DRIVING
BASE DIRECT SELECT (SL)
SPRING, CAP BRAKE
HOLDER, FL SLIDER
PLATE, RETAINER
GEAR, CLUTCH
GEAR, ASSY, PULLEY (B)
BELT RUBBER
828
829
830
M902
M903
X-3950-965-1
3-063-823-01
3-063-778-02
1-763-572-11
X-3950-970-1
BRAKE ASSY, CAPSTAN (SL)
SPRING, COMP (LIMITTER LOW K)
SPRING TOR. (BASE, D. S SL)
MOTOR, DC
MOTOR ASSY, CAM (SL)
#2
#4
7-685-646-79 SCREW + BVTP 3 x 8 TYPE 2 IT-3
3-064-472-01 SCREW + BVTP 2.6 x 6 (B. TIGHT)
8-5
Remarks
SLV-LX80S
DI-81
DM-98
FJ-31
Ref. No. ELECTRICAL
Part No.
Description
8-2.
PARTS LIST
NOTE:
• Due to standardization, replacements in the
parts list may be different from the parts
specified in the diagrams or the components
used on the set.
• -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may
have some difference from the original one.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service. Some
delay should be anticipated when ordering these
items.
• CAPACITORS:
uF: µF
Ref. No.
*
Part No.
A-6713-943-A
Remarks
•
•
•
Ref. No.
Part No.
RESISTORS
All resistors are in ohms.
METAL: metal-film resistor
METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor
F: nonflammable
COILS
uH: µH
SEMICONDUCTORS
In each case, u: µ, for example:
uA...: µA... , uPA... , µPA... ,
uPB... , µPB... , uPC... , µPC... ,
uPD..., µPD...
Description
Remarks
DI-081 BOARD COMPLETE
*********************
Ref. No.
R474
R475
Part No.
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
Description
Remarks
When indicating parts by reference number,
please include the board name.
The components identified by mark
or
dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Description
SHORT
SHORT
Remarks
0
0
<SWITCH>
<CONNECTOR>
CN901 1-695-368-31
CN901 1-784-449-11
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
S462
S463
S466
S467
S468
1-762-196-21
1-762-196-21
1-762-196-21
1-762-196-21
1-762-196-21
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
TACT
TACT
TACT
TACT
TACT
(AEJECT)
(zREC)
(mREW)
(xSTOP)
(HPLAY)
S469
S472
1-762-196-21
1-762-196-21
SWITCH, TACT
SWITCH, TACT
(MFF)
(XPAUSE)
*
*
*
A-6713-949-A
A-6713-947-A
A-6713-941-A
FJ-031 BOARD COMPLETE (SLV-EX50)
FJ-031 BOARD COMPLETE (SLV-EX80S)
FJ-031 BOARD COMPLETE (SLV-EX90S)
********************
<DIODE>
D900
8-719-056-06
DIODE SLR-342DCT31
<RESISTOR>
R900
R902
1-216-295-00
1-216-043-91
SHORT
RES-CHIP
0
560
5%
1/10W
<SWITCH>
S900
S901
1-762-196-21
1-418-059-22
SWITCH, TACT (SEARCH)
ENCODER, ROTARY (CAM ENCODER)
<CONNECTOR>
CN532 1-695-368-31
CN532 1-784-449-11
*
A-6713-942-A
DM-098 BOARD COMPLETE
**********************
<JACK>
CNJ531 1-770-021-11
<CONNECTOR>
CN471 1-770-514-31
CN471 1-784-447-11
JR461 1-216-295-00
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
JACK, PIN 3P
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
<DIODE>
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
D531
8-719-071-15
D532
8-719-071-15
<CHIP CONDUCTOR>
D533
8-719-071-15
SHORT
D534
8-719-017-09
0
DIODE HZM6.8ZWA1TL
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
DIODE HZM6.8ZWA1TL
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
DIODE HZM6.8ZWA1TL
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
DIODE 02DZ6.2-TPH3
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
<RESISTOR>
<JUMPER SELECTOR>
R465
R467
R468
R469
R470
1-216-053-00
1-216-057-00
1-216-053-00
1-216-053-00
1-216-057-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1.5K
2.2K
1.5K
1.5K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
8-6
JS531
JS532
JS534
JS535
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S)
SLV-LX80S
FJ-31
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
<RESISTOR>
R533
1-216-021-00 RES-CHIP
R534
1-216-097-11 RES-CHIP
R535
1-216-097-11 RES-CHIP
68
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
<SWITCH>
S500
1-762-196-21 SWITCH, TACT (I/1 PAUSE)
*
A-6713-945-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
*
A-6713-948-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
(SLV-EX50AR)
*
*
*
*
(SLV-EX50BR)
A-6713-953-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
(SLV-EX80SAR)
A-6713-946-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
(SLV-EX80SBR)
A-6713-952-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
(SLV-EX90SAR)
A-6713-940-A MA-402 BOARD COMPLETE
(SLV-EX90SBR)
*********************
3-064-645-11 HOLDER, FL
3-065-718-11 SINK, HEAT
3-960-273-11 SPACER, TOP END
<CAPACITOR>
C001
C002
C003
C004
C005
1-163-009-11
1-163-009-11
1-163-009-11
1-163-009-11
1-128-057-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
0.001UF
0.001UF
0.001UF
0.001UF
330UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
50V
50V
50V
50V
6.3V
C031
C032
C034
C051
C053
1-128-499-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-124-589-11
1-164-344-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
220UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
47UF
0.068UF
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
16V
50V
50V
16V
25V
C054
C071
C072
C073
C074
1-163-038-00
1-163-809-11
1-164-489-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-009-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
0.1UF
0.047UF
0.22UF
0.01UF
0.001UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
25V
25V
16V
50V
50V
C075
C076
C100
C101
C103
1-163-259-91
1-126-941-11
1-163-235-11
1-163-038-00
1-104-905-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CAPACITOR
220PF
470UF
22PF
0.1UF
0.22F
5.00% 50V
20.00% 25V
5.00% 50V
25V
5.5V
C104
C105
C106
C107
C108
1-126-935-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-182-11
1-163-231-11
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
470UF
0.1UF
0.01UF
0.0033UF
15PF
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
Ref. No.
10V
25V
50V
50V
50V
Remarks
1-163-231-11
1-163-234-11
1-163-234-11
1-164-489-11
1-164-004-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
15PF
20PF
20PF
0.22UF
0.1UF
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
50V
16V
25V
C114
C141
C142
C143
C151
1-126-947-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-505-11
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
47UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
2.2UF
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
25V
50V
50V
25V
16V
C152
C154
C155
C160
C161
1-126-163-11
1-126-163-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-096-00
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
4.7UF
4.7UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
13PF
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C162
C163
C164
C165
1-163-096-00
1-163-229-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-235-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
C167
C168
C169
C171
C172
1-164-489-11
1-164-004-11
1-163-038-00
1-163-038-00
1-163-245-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
C192
C193
C194
C195
C196
1-163-145-00
1-164-004-11
1-124-589-11
1-124-234-00
1-163-145-00
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C165
CHIP 13PF
5.00% 50V
CHIP 12PF
5.00% 50V
CHIP 0.01UF
10.00% 50V
CHIP 22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
1-163-227-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10PF
0.50PF 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
0.22UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
56PF
10.00% 16V
10.00% 25V
25V
25V
5.00% 50V
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.0015UF
0.1UF
47UF
22UF
0.0015UF
5.00%
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
5.00%
50V
25V
16V
16V
50V
1-164-505-11
1-163-017-00
1-164-161-11
1-164-161-11
1-163-017-00
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
2.2UF
0.0047UF
0.0022UF
0.0022UF
0.0047UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C206
C207
C208
C209
C210
1-163-989-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-038-00
1-126-162-11
1-163-235-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
C211
1-163-235-11 CERAMIC CHIP 22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
1-163-235-11 CERAMIC CHIP 22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
1-163-235-11 CERAMIC CHIP 22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
1-163-239-11 CERAMIC CHIP 33PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
1-163-237-11 CERAMIC CHIP 27PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
C213
C214
C214
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
Description
C109
C110
C111
C112
C113
C212
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
Part No.
MA-402
C215
C216
C217
C218
C218
8-7
1-164-232-11
1-109-982-11
1-163-017-00
1-124-257-00
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
0.033UF 10.00% 25V
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
0.1UF
25V
3.3UF
20.00% 50V
CHIP 22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01UF
10.00% 50V
CERAMIC CHIP 1UF
10.00% 10V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047UF 10.00% 50V
ELECT
2.2UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
1-126-163-11 ELECT
4.7UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
5.00% 50V
10.00% 16V
10.00% 50V
25V
20.00% 50V
C289
1-164-004-11
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1UF
C290
1-126-163-11
ELECT
4.7UF
C291
1-164-489-11
CERAMIC CHIP
0.22UF
C292
1-164-505-11
CERAMIC CHIP
2.2UF
C294
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
C295
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
C296
1-126-157-11
ELECT
10UF
C298
1-126-163-11
ELECT
4.7UF
C299
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
1-163-037-11
4.7UF
20.00% 50V
22PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR)
CERAMIC CHIP 39PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CERAMIC CHIP 10PF
0.50PF 50V
(SLV-EX90SAR)
CERAMIC CHIP 0.022UF 10.00% 50V
C303
1-164-505-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C232
1-163-237-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C304
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C232
1-163-231-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C307
1-124-589-11
ELECT
C233
C234
C235
1-163-038-00
1-124-589-11
1-163-038-00
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
27PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR)
15PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90SAR)
0.1UF
25V
47UF
20.00% 16V
0.1UF
25V
C308
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C309
1-163-020-00
CERAMIC CHIP
C236
C237
C238
C239
C240
1-163-038-00
1-164-232-11
1-126-157-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-038-00
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
25V
10.00% 50V
20.00% 16V
10.00% 50V
25V
C310
1-126-947-11
ELECT
CHIP
CHIP
0.1UF
0.01UF
10UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
C311
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C312
1-124-257-00
ELECT
C241
C242
C243
C244
C245
1-163-038-00
1-163-038-00
1-126-162-11
1-164-232-11
1-126-157-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
0.1UF
0.1UF
3.3UF
0.01UF
10UF
25V
25V
20.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
20.00% 16V
C313
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C314
1-126-947-11
ELECT
C246
C247
C248
C249
C250
1-164-232-11
1-164-489-11
1-124-257-00
1-164-232-11
1-124-589-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
0.01UF
0.22UF
2.2UF
0.01UF
47UF
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
20.00%
C315
1-163-020-00
CERAMIC CHIP
C316
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C317
1-126-160-11
ELECT
C251
C252
1-164-505-11
1-163-263-11
C318
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C252
1-163-127-00
C319
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C253
C254
1-109-982-11
1-163-017-00
CERAMIC CHIP 2.2UF
16V
CERAMIC CHIP 330PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
CERAMIC CHIP 270PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CERAMIC CHIP 1UF
10.00% 10V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047UF 10.00% 50V
C320
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C322
1-126-964-11
ELECT
C255
C256
C257
C258
C259
1-164-161-11
1-164-161-11
1-163-017-00
1-109-982-11
1-163-255-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022UF 10.00% 50V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022UF 10.00% 50V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047UF 10.00% 50V
CERAMIC CHIP 1UF
10.00% 10V
CERAMIC CHIP 150PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
C323
1-163-038-00
CERAMIC CHIP
C324
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C326
1-164-489-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C262
1-163-239-11
C327
1-164-489-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C262
1-163-243-11
C328
1-164-489-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C264
1-163-255-11
CERAMIC CHIP 33PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CERAMIC CHIP 47PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
CERAMIC CHIP 150PF
5.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
C350
1-126-157-11
ELECT
C219
C220
C221
C222
C223
1-163-275-11
1-107-823-11
1-163-037-11
1-163-038-00
1-126-163-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
C224
1-109-982-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C225
C226
C227
C228
1-164-505-11
1-163-089-00
1-163-255-11
1-163-038-00
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
C229
C230
1-126-163-11
1-163-235-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
C230
1-163-241-11
C230
1-163-227-11
C231
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
0.001UF
0.47UF
0.022UF
0.1UF
4.7UF
10.00% 10V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
2.2UF
16V
6PF
0.50PF 50V
150PF
5.00% 50V
0.1UF
25V
Part No.
Description
Remarks
1UF
50V
16V
50V
50V
16V
8-8
10.00% 25V
(SLV-EX90S)
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90S)
10.00% 16V
(SLV-EX90S)
16V
(SLV-EX90S)
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90S)
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90S)
20.00% 16V
(SLV-EX90S)
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90S)
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX90S)
2.2UF
16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
47UF
20.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.0082UF 10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
47UF
20.00% 25V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
2.2UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
47UF
20.00% 25V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.0082UF 10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.1UF
25V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.22UF
10.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.22UF
10.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.22UF
10.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 16V
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
C351
C352
C354
C355
C356
1-163-038-00
1-163-037-11
1-124-234-00
1-126-157-11
1-163-011-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1UF
0.022UF
22UF
10UF
0.0015UF
C357
1-163-011-11
C357
1-163-014-00
C358
C359
C361
1-126-163-11
1-126-157-11
1-126-160-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0015UF 10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0027UF 10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
ELECT
4.7UF
20.00% 50V
ELECT
10UF
20.00% 16V
ELECT
1UF
20.00% 50V
C362
1-126-160-11
ELECT
1UF
C363
C364
C365
C371
1-124-234-00
1-126-163-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-009-11
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
C373
C375
C376
C377
C378
1-137-505-11
1-104-696-11
1-163-011-11
1-162-306-11
1-124-589-11
C379
C385
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
C636
C661
1-126-967-11
1-164-232-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
47UF
0.01UF
20.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
C662
C663
C664
C665
C669
1-104-666-11
1-126-941-11
1-124-589-11
1-124-234-00
1-164-232-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
220UF
470UF
47UF
22UF
0.01UF
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
25V
25V
16V
16V
50V
C671
C673
C674
C704
C705
1-126-965-91
1-164-232-11
1-126-933-11
1-163-009-11
1-164-232-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
22UF
0.01UF
100UF
0.001UF
0.01UF
20.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
16V
50V
50V
22UF
4.7UF
0.01UF
0.001UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX50)
20.00% 16V
20.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
C706
C707
C708
C709
C710
1-126-933-11
1-126-947-11
1-126-163-11
1-163-009-11
1-163-009-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100UF
47UF
4.7UF
0.001UF
0.001UF
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
16V
25V
50V
50V
50V
MYLAR
FILM
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC
ELECT
220PF
0.015UF
0.0015UF
0.01UF
47UF
5.00%
5.00%
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
C711
C712
C713
C714
C715
1-163-009-11
1-126-933-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-489-11
1-163-989-11
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
0.001UF
100UF
0.01UF
0.22UF
0.033UF
10.00% 50V
20.00% 16V
10.00% 50V
10.00% 16V
10.00% 25V
(SLV-EX50)
1-163-038-00
1-126-160-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
C719
1-163-038-00
CERAMIC CHIP
C386
1-126-160-11
ELECT
C720
1-126-157-11
ELECT
C451
C452
1-124-584-00
1-164-232-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1UF
25V
1UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100UF
20.00% 10V
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
C722
1-126-933-11
ELECT
C723
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
C453
C454
C455
C456
C457
1-126-157-11
1-163-038-00
1-124-584-00
1-164-232-11
1-126-941-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
10UF
0.1UF
100UF
0.01UF
470UF
20.00% 16V
25V
20.00% 10V
10.00% 50V
20.00% 25V
C901
1-126-160-11
ELECT
C902
1-126-160-11
ELECT
C600
C601
C602
C603
C604
1-104-705-11
1-104-705-11
1-113-900-11
1-113-900-11
1-113-900-11
MYLAR
MYLAR
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
0.1UF
0.1UF
470PF
470PF
470PF
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
C903
C907
1-126-935-11
1-124-589-11
ELECT
ELECT
C605
1-107-405-11
C605
1-125-917-11
C606
C607
C608
1-130-470-00
1-107-737-11
1-131-974-11
ELECT(BLOCK) 68UF
20.00% 400V
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
ELECT(BLOCK) 100UF
20.00% 450V
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
MYLAR
820PF
5.00% 50V
MYLAR
560PF
5.00% 50V
FILM
2200PF
5%
800V
CN031 *1-766-716-11
CN051 1-794-861-11
CN072 1-766-978-31
CN072 1-784-484-11
CN105 1-506-470-11
CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 3P
CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 8P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
PIN, CONNECTOR 5P
CN201 1-766-984-41
C610
C611
C612
C613
C615
1-137-921-11
1-126-935-11
1-126-960-11
1-130-496-00
1-131-976-21
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
MYLAR
ELECT
1500UF
470UF
1UF
0.12UF
820UF
20%
20.00%
20.00%
5.00%
20%
10V
16V
50V
50V
25V
CN202 *1-560-892-00
CN204 1-691-038-31
CN331 1-766-980-71
CN331 1-784-486-11
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 11P
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
PIN, CONNECTOR 4P
HOUSING, CONNECTOR 6P
(SLV-EX50)
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
C616
C624
C626
C627
C629
1-126-941-11
1-126-967-11
1-126-967-11
1-164-232-11
1-135-372-31
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
470UF
47UF
47UF
0.01UF
470UF
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
20%
25V
50V
50V
50V
10V
CN332
CN332
CN334
CN334
CN411
1-506-468-11
1-506-468-11
1-766-980-71
1-784-486-11
1-766-980-71
PIN, CONNECTOR 3P
PIN, CONNECTOR 3P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
C630
C631
C633
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
10.00% 50V
CN411 1-784-486-11
CN412 1-766-978-31
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 7P
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
25V
50V
16V
16V
50V
50V
100V
50V
16V
16V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
0.1UF
25V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10UF
20.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100UF
20.00% 16V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0.01UF
10.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1UF
20.00% 50V
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470UF
20.00% 10V
47UF
20.00% 16V
<CONNECTOR>
8-9
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
CN412 1-784-484-11
CN600 1-580-230-11
Description
Remarks
CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 5P
PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P
<JACK>
CNJ901 1-793-001-21
CNJ903 1-779-010-11
JACK, PIN (6P)
JACK, PIN 4P
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX50)
<DIODE>
D001
D071
D100
D101
D102
8-719-048-26
8-719-200-82
8-719-911-19
8-719-200-82
8-719-200-82
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
GL528V1
MPG06D-6052PKG3
1SS119-25TD
MPG06D-6052PKG3
MPG06D-6052PKG3
D103
D151
D201
8-719-200-82
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
D401
D402
8-719-059-98
8-719-056-06
DIODE MPG06D-6052PKG3
DIODE 1SS119-25TD
DIODE 1SS119-25TD
(SLV-EX50BR/
EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
DIODE SLR-342VCT31
(SLV-EX90S)
DIODE SLR-342DCT31
(SLV-EX90S)
D403
D404
D600
D601
D607
8-719-200-82
8-719-109-89
8-719-051-93
8-719-063-70
8-719-109-89
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
MPG06D-6052PKG3
RD5.6ES-T1B2
DF06M-6031
D1NL20U-TA2
RD5.6ES-T1B2
D608
D609
D611
D612
D613
8-719-022-97
8-719-083-43
8-719-313-17
8-719-313-17
8-719-043-76
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
D2S4MF
31DQ06-FA7
AU02A-V0
AU02A-V0
AK04V0
D614
D623
D624
D625
D701
8-719-160-64
8-719-109-93
8-719-063-70
8-719-110-49
8-719-150-92
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
RD16F-T8B1
RD6.2ES-T1B2
D1NL20U-TA2
MTZJ-T-77-18B
RD33ES-T1B3
D901
D902
8-719-109-93
8-719-109-93
DIODE RD6.2ES-T1B2
DIODE RD6.2ES-T1B2
<GROUND TERMINAL BOARD>
ET600 1-537-771-21
ET601 1-537-771-21
TERMINAL BOARD, GROUND
TERMINAL BOARD, GROUND
<FUSE>
F600
1-532-203-00
FUSE
<FUSE HOLDER>
FH600 1-533-217-31
FH601 1-533-217-31
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
<IC>
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
8-10
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
IC031
IC101
IC141
IC142
IC201
8-759-645-07
8-759-831-29
8-759-580-62
8-759-575-72
8-759-589-33
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
LB1943N
HD6432197A32FY
MM1256AFBE
M24C08-WMN6T(A)
HA118217LF
IC291
IC301
IC451
IC502
IC600
8-759-566-07
8-759-638-56
8-759-643-83
8-749-015-48
8-749-018-38
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
LA7277M-TLM
TDA9605H/N2,557
UPD16315GB-3BS
RPM6940
MA8910
IC601
IC660
IC662
IC701
8-759-420-19
8-759-438-18
8-759-471-81
8-742-037-00
IC AN1431T-TA
IC PQ12RD08
IC PQ05RD11
HYB IC SBX1837-51
<CHIP CONDUCTOR>
JR001
JR002
JR003
JR004
JR005
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR006
JR007
JR008
JR009
JR010
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR011
JR012
JR013
JR014
JR015
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR016
JR017
JR018
JR019
JR020
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR021
JR022
JR023
JR024
JR025
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR026
JR028
JR029
JR030
JR031
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR032
JR033
JR034
JR035
JR036
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR037
JR038
JR039
JR040
JR041
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR042 1-216-295-00
JR043 1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
(SLV-EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
JR044 1-216-295-00
JR045 1-216-295-00
JR046 1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
JR047
JR101
JR102
JR103
JR104
1-216-295-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR105
JR106
JR107
JR108
JR109
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR110
JR111
JR112
JR113
JR114
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR115
JR116
JR117
JR118
JR119
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR120
JR121
JR122
JR123
JR124
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR125
JR126
JR127
JR128
JR129
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR130 1-216-296-00
JR131 1-216-296-00
JR132 1-216-296-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
Ref. No.
Part No.
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
Remarks
L072
L151
L171
L172
L173
1-414-179-51
1-414-185-51
1-414-185-51
1-414-185-51
1-410-511-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
2.2UH
22UH
22UH
22UH
15UH
L202
L203
L204
L205
L206
1-414-856-51
1-414-857-51
1-410-510-11
1-414-856-51
1-414-856-51
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
100UH
12UH
10UH
10UH
L207
L211
L214
L215
L372
1-414-856-51
1-414-193-51
1-414-856-51
1-414-187-51
1-414-857-51
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
220UH
10UH
47UH
100UH
L601
L602
L603
L604
L606
1-403-588-11
1-403-588-11
1-414-142-11
1-414-142-11
1-414-142-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
22UH
22UH
1UH
1UH
1UH
L660
L700
L702
L705
1-410-519-11
1-414-856-51
1-414-856-51
1-414-856-51
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
68UH
10UH
10UH
10UH (SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
L901
1-414-857-51
INDUCTOR
100UH
<FILTER>
LF600 1-416-929-11
FILTER, LINE
<FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE>
ND451 1-517-734-11
<JUMPER SELECTOR>
JS151
JS152
JS203
JS204
JS208
Description
<COIL>
TUBE, FLUORESCENT INDICATOR
<PHOTO COUPLER>
PH001 8-749-013-23
PH002 8-749-013-23
PH600 8-749-010-64
(SLV-EX50/
EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
JS291
JS309
JS360
JS379
JS664
1-216-296-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
(SLV-EX50/EX80S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
JS712
JS726
JS735
JS737
JS738
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
JS901
JS902
JS905
JS906
JS907
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-296-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP3S120
PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP3S120
PHOTO COUPLER PC123FY2
<IC LINK>
PS031
PS071
PS072
PS331
PS661
1-533-593-51
1-576-384-21
1-576-384-21
1-533-586-51
1-576-384-21
LINK,
LINK,
LINK,
LINK,
LINK,
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
<TRANSISTOR>
Q001
Q002
Q003
Q153
Q171
(SLV-EX50)
(SLV-EX50)
8-11
8-729-043-84
8-729-043-84
8-729-281-53
8-729-422-27
8-729-421-22
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
PT380F3
PT380F3
2SC1815GR-TPE2
2SD601A-QRS-TX
UN2211-TX
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Q172
Q174
Q201
Q203
Q204
8-729-424-02
8-729-421-22
8-729-424-02
8-729-421-19
8-729-421-19
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR UN2211-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
R102
1-216-073-00
R102
1-216-059-00
R102
1-216-049-00
Q205
8-729-421-19
Q206
Q210
Q211
Q301
8-729-421-19
8-729-421-19
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-21
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SA1162Y-TE85L
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
R103
R104
R105
R107
R108
1-216-073-00
1-247-807-31
1-249-429-11
1-216-049-00
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
100
10K
1K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
R109
R110
R111
R112
R113
1-216-049-00
1-249-429-11
1-216-081-00
1-216-041-00
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
10K
22K
470
470
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
1-216-041-00
1-216-041-00
1-216-089-00
1-249-417-11
1-216-089-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
470
470
47K
1K
47K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
R119
R120
R121
R122
R123
1-216-089-00
1-216-089-00
1-216-049-00
1-216-121-11
1-249-429-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
47K
47K
1K
1M
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
1-249-429-11
1-249-437-11
1-216-049-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-073-00
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
47K
1K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R129
R130
R131
R132
R133
1-249-441-11
1-216-049-00
1-249-429-11
1-249-429-11
1-216-121-11
CARBON
RES-CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
100K
1K
10K
10K
1M
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
R142
R143
R144
R151
R152
1-247-887-00
1-216-113-00
1-216-105-91
1-216-113-00
1-216-025-11
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
220K
470K
220K
470K
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R153
R154
R155
R156
R157
1-216-073-00
1-216-097-11
1-216-121-11
1-249-435-11
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
10K
100K
1M
33K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
R158
R159
R160
R161
R162
1-216-073-00
1-216-049-00
1-216-041-00
1-216-065-00
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
1K
470
4.7K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
1-216-049-00
1-216-049-00
1-249-429-11
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
SHORT
SHORT
1K
1K
10K
0
0
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
R171
R172
R174
R175
R177
1-216-049-00
1-247-807-31
1-216-045-00
1-216-041-00
1-216-065-00
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
100
680
470
4.7K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
Q302
8-729-200-13
Q303
8-729-200-13
Q372
Q373
Q374
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
8-729-424-18
TRANSISTOR 2SC2712Y-TE85L
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
TRANSISTOR 2SC2712Y-TE85L
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR UN2113-TX
Q375
Q376
Q377
Q704
8-729-012-31
8-729-900-51
8-729-421-19
8-729-421-19
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
Q706
8-729-421-19
2SC4040-TL2-Q
UN2115-QRS(TX)
UN2213-TX
UN2213-TX
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
TRANSISTOR UN2213-TX
Q707
Q901
8-729-119-76
8-729-424-02
TRANSISTOR 2SA1309A-QRSTA
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
<RESISTOR>
R001
R003
R004
R005
R006
1-249-413-11
1-249-421-11
1-216-057-00
1-249-401-11
1-249-401-11
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
470
2.2K
2.2K
47
47
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
R007
R008
R009
R010
R032
1-249-437-11
1-249-437-11
1-249-433-11
1-249-433-11
1-216-089-00
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
47K
47K
22K
22K
47K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
R034
R035
R051
R052
R053
1-216-689-11
1-216-689-11
1-249-425-11
1-216-065-00
1-247-843-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
CARBON
39K
39K
4.7K
4.7K
3.3K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
R056
R057
R071
R072
R073
1-249-425-11
1-216-073-00
1-216-103-00
1-216-089-00
1-216-049-00
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
4.7K
10K
180K
47K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R074
R075
R076
R100
R101
1-216-049-00
1-216-049-00
1-249-417-11
1-216-085-91
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
1K
1K
33K
10K
5%
1/10W
5%
1/10W
5%
1/4W
5%
1/10W
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50/EX80SBR)
R101
1-216-081-00
RES-CHIP
22K
R101
1-216-077-91
RES-CHIP
15K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX90SAR)
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80SAR)
8-12
RES-CHIP
10K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90S)
RES-CHIP
2.7K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR)
RES-CHIP
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80SBR)
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
R192
R193
R194
R201
R202
1-216-073-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-049-00
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
10K
10K
1K
470
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R203
1-247-807-31
R204
R205
R206
R207
1-216-083-00
1-216-069-00
1-216-053-00
1-216-065-00
CARBON
100
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
RES-CHIP
27K
5%
1/10W
RES-CHIP
6.8K
5%
1/10W
RES-CHIP
1.5K
5%
1/10W
RES-CHIP
4.7K
5%
1/10W
R208
1-216-069-00
R208
1-216-073-00
R209
1-216-069-00
R209
1-216-049-00
R211
1-216-295-00
RES-CHIP
6.8K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SBR)
RES-CHIP
10K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SAR)
RES-CHIP
6.8K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR)
RES-CHIP
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX90SAR)
SHORT
0
(SLV-EX90S)
R212
1-216-063-91
RES-CHIP
R212
1-216-051-00
RES-CHIP
R214
1-216-025-11
RES-CHIP
R215
R216
1-216-025-11
1-247-807-31
RES-CHIP
CARBON
R218
R219
R222
1-216-065-00
1-259-880-11
1-216-033-00
R222
1-216-041-00
R223
1-216-033-00
RES-CHIP
4.7K
5%
1/10W
CARBON
2.2M
5%
1/4W
RES-CHIP
220
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
RES-CHIP
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
RES-CHIP
220
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
3.9K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50/EX80SAR)
1.2K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80SBR)
100
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100
5%
1/10W
100
5%
1/4W
R223
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
RES-CHIP
1K
5%
1/10W
CARBON
1K
5%
1/4W
RES-CHIP
120K
5%
1/10W
RES-CHIP
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80S/EX90S)
R224
R225
R226
R228
1-216-049-00
1-249-417-11
1-216-099-00
1-216-041-00
R228
1-216-043-91
R289
1-216-049-00
R291
1-208-806-11
R292
1-216-127-11
R294
1-247-807-31
R295
1-247-807-31
CARBON
100
R296
1-249-428-11
CARBON
8.2K
R299
1-216-071-00
RES-CHIP
8.2K
R301
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
10K
R302
1-216-079-00
RES-CHIP
18K
RES-CHIP
560
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR)
RES-CHIP
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX90S)
METAL CHIP 10K
0.5% 1/10W
(SLV-EX90S)
RES-CHIP
1.8M
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CARBON
100
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
Ref. No.
Part No.
R304
1-216-049-00
R305
1-216-049-00
R306
1-216-083-00
R307
1-216-057-00
R308
1-208-820-11
R309
Description
Remarks
RES-CHIP
1K
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
470
R310
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
R311
1-216-057-00
RES-CHIP
R312
1-216-083-00
RES-CHIP
R313
1-216-133-91
RES-CHIP
R314
1-216-073-00
RES-CHIP
R317
1-216-061-91
RES-CHIP
R318
1-216-049-00
RES-CHIP
R319
1-216-049-00
RES-CHIP
R322
1-216-295-00
SHORT
R327
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
R328
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
R329
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
R350
R351
1-216-073-00
1-216-061-91
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10K
5%
1/10W
3.3K
5%
1/10W
R352
R353
R354
R355
R356
1-216-101-00
1-216-025-11
1-216-085-91
1-216-079-00
1-216-083-00
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
150K
100
33K
18K
27K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
R357
R360
R361
R362
1-216-295-00
1-216-077-91
1-249-437-11
1-216-077-91
SHORT
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
0
15K
47K
15K
5%
5%
5%
R363
1-249-437-11
CARBON
47K
R364
R365
R366
R368
R370
1-216-295-00
1-216-065-00
1-216-041-00
1-216-125-00
1-216-089-00
SHORT
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
0
4.7K
470
1.5M
47K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R371
R372
R375
R376
R378
1-249-411-11
1-249-411-11
1-216-073-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-073-00
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
330
330
10K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R379
R380
R386
1-249-433-11
1-216-308-00
1-216-057-00
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
22K
4.7
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
8-13
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
RES-CHIP
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
RES-CHIP
27K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
RES-CHIP
2.2K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
METAL CHIP 39K
0.5% 1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
2.2K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
27K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
3.3M
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
3.3K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
(SLV-EX50)
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX50)
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
R387
1-216-057-00
RES-CHIP
2.2K
R400
1-216-021-00
RES-CHIP
68
R401
1-249-410-11
CARBON
270
R402
1-249-408-11
CARBON
180
R404
R405
R410
1-249-437-11
1-249-437-11
1-249-403-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
R411
R414
R415
R416
R417
1-249-419-11
1-216-061-91
1-216-065-00
1-249-427-11
1-249-431-11
R418
R424
R425
R426
R427
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX50)
5%
1/10W
R710
R711
R717
1-216-097-11
1-249-433-11
1-216-049-00
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
100K
22K
1K
R718
1-249-417-11
CARBON
1K
R719
1-249-417-11
CARBON
47K
47K
68
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX90S)
5%
1/4W
5%
1/4W
5%
1/4W
R720
1-249-433-11
CARBON
R721
1-249-433-11
CARBON
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
1.5K
3.3K
4.7K
6.8K
15K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
R726
1-216-295-00
SHORT
R727
R728
R729
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
1-249-429-11
SHORT
SHORT
CARBON
1-216-089-00
1-216-061-91
1-216-065-00
1-216-069-00
1-216-077-91
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
47K
3.3K
4.7K
6.8K
15K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R730
R731
1-240-307-81
1-249-429-11
FUSIBLE
CARBON
R428
R451
R452
R453
R454
1-216-089-00
1-249-413-11
1-216-049-00
1-216-049-00
1-216-049-00
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
47K
470
1K
1K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R738
R742
R901
1-216-295-00
1-216-051-00
1-216-097-11
SHORT
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
R902
1-216-097-11
RES-CHIP
R905
1-216-041-00
RES-CHIP
R455
R457
R458
R459
R526
1-249-417-11
1-216-065-00
1-216-065-00
1-216-085-91
1-249-437-11
CARBON
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
1K
4.7K
4.7K
33K
47K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
R906
R908
R909
R910
R913
1-216-041-00
1-216-023-00
1-249-407-11
1-216-025-11
1-249-408-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
RES-CHIP
CARBON
470
82
150
100
180
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
1-214-949-21
1-247-883-00
1-247-891-00
1-249-430-11
1-249-419-11
METAL
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
3.3M
150K
330K
12K
1.5K
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/2W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R914
1-216-021-00
RES-CHIP
68
5%
1/10W
R606
R607
R611
R612
R613
1-215-444-00
1-249-428-11
1-260-364-11
1-208-789-11
1-249-406-11
METAL
CARBON
CARBON
METAL CHIP
CARBON
9.1K
8.2K
1M
2K
120
1%
5%
5%
0.5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/2W
1/10W
1/4W
RV701 1-241-766-11
R614
R615
R616
R617
R618
1-216-655-11
1-216-057-00
1-249-401-11
1-249-417-11
1-249-409-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
1.5K
2.2K
47
1K
220
0.5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
S101
S102
S454
1-571-958-11
1-771-155-11
1-771-574-21
S458
1-771-574-21
R640
R641
R643
R647
R648
1-219-153-11
1-219-153-11
1-216-353-00
1-215-465-00
1-216-057-00
FUSIBLE
10
FUSIBLE
10
METAL OXIDE 2.2
METAL
68K
RES-CHIP
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
1%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1W
1/4W
1/10W
S459
1-771-574-21
S465
1-771-574-21
R649
R651
R668
R705
R706
1-249-401-11
1-215-459-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-295-00
1-216-295-00
CARBON
METAL
RES-CHIP
SHORT
SHORT
47
39K
10K
0
0
5%
1%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
S466
S467
S468
S701
1-771-574-21
1-771-574-21
1-771-574-21
1-571-588-11
R707
R709
1-216-295-00
1-216-113-00
SHORT
RES-CHIP
0
470K
Note :
The components identified by
mark
or dotted line with mark
are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
1K
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
22K
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
22K
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
10K
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
560
5%
1/4W
10K
5%
1/4W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
0
1.2K
100K
5%
1/10W
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
100K
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
470
5%
1/10W
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
<VARIABLE RESISTOR>
RES, ADJ, CERMET 47K
(SLV-EX80S/EX90S)
<SWITCH>
SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (REC PROOF)
SWITCH, ROTARY (CAM ENCODER)
SWITCH, TACTILE
(CHANNEL/TRACKING +)
SWITCH, TACTILE (SYNCHRO REC)
(SLV-EX90S)
SWITCH, TACTILE (COLOR SYSTEM)
SWITCH, TACTILE
(CHANNEL/TRACKING –)
SWITCH, TACTILE (RF CHANNEL)
SWITCH, TACTILE (SP/LP)
SWITCH, TACTILE (R2)
(SLV-EX90S)
SWITCH, SLIDE (RF UNIT)
<TRANSFORMER>
5%
1/10W
8-14
T371
T600
1-423-414-11
1-435-790-11
TRANSFORMER, BIAS OSCILLATION
TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER
SLV-LX80S
MA-402
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
Part No.
TU704 1-693-532-11
3-066-370-11
3-066-371-11
VARISTOR TNR10V431K660
1-476-475-71
1-476-475-81
<CRYSTAL>
X101
X102
X151
1-767-855-11
1-579-463-11
1-795-327-11
X151
1-781-517-11
X201
1-781-577-11
X201
1-578-788-11
X202
*1-760-709-11
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 10mHz
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 32.768kHz
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 14.328224mHz
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 14.302444mHz
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 3582.056kHz
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 3.575611mHz
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 3579.545kHz
#1
#2
#3
#4
MISCELLANEOUS
**************
1-696-592-41
1-575-795-61
1-791-157-31
1-757-665-11
Remarks
TUNER (BTF-3MA413)
<VARISTOR>
VDR600 1-801-267-31
Description
ACCESSORIES
************
<TUNER>
CORD, CONNECTION (NTSC)
(SLV-EX50/EX80SBR/EX90S)
CORD, CONNECTION
(SLV-EX80SBR/EX90SBR)
CORD, POWER
(SLV-EX50AR/EX80SAR/EX90SAR)
CORD, POWER
(SLV-EX50BR/EX80BR/EX90BR)
8-15
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(SLV-EX50AR/
EX80S/EX90AR)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SLV-EX50BR/
EX90BR)
COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V312)
(SLV-EX50/EX80S)
COMMANDER, STANDARD(RMT-V312A)
(SLV-EX90S)
3-710-901-61
3-970-608-21
3-979-112-01
3-342-512-21
4-921-277-41
HARDWARE LIST
**************
SCREW, TAPPING
SUMITITE (B3), +BV
SCREW SW(+)BVTP 3X10
SCREW (B1.7X3.5), TAPPING
SCREW (B2.8X8), TAPPING BIND
7-685-648-79
7-685-646-79
7-682-647-09
3-064-472-01
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
+BVTP 3X12 TYPE 2 IT-3
+BVTP 3X8 TYPE 2 IT-3
+PS 3X6
+BVTP 2.6X6 (B TIGHT)
SLV-LX80S
SLV-EX50/EX80S/EX90S
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
Part No.
Sony Corporation
9-921-798-11
HOME VIDEO COMPANY
–8-16
96 –
Description
Remarks
2001F0800-1
2001. 6
Published by Quality Assurance Dept.