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AVR120
A/V DOLBY DIGITAL RECEIVER
SERVICE MANUAL
CONTENTS
ESD WARNING………………………….…….2
LEAKAGE TESTING……………….....……....3
BASIC SPECIFICATIONS…………….….…..4
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS…………..…….5
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY…………………….7
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS……..….……9
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS…….…..11
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE……………..……14
PROCESSOR RESET……………………….14
BULLETIN HK2003-07………………..……..15
TECH TIP HKTT2003-01…………………..17
EXPLODED VIEW………………………….18
EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST………….19
BLOCK DIAGRAM………………………….20
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST…….…..…..….21
PCB DRAWINGS………………….…..……54
SEMICONDUCTOR PINOUTS……………57
SCHEMATICS………………….…..…..….100
PACKING………..………………………….118
harman/kardon, Inc.
250 Crossways Park Dr.
Woodbury, New York 11797
Rev3 6/2005
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Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field effect transistors and
semiconductor "chip" components.
The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on
your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to
prevent electrostatic charge build-up or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static" can generate electrical charges
sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical change sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement
ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material.)
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the
chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION : Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together
or your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES devices.
Each precaution in this manual should be followed during servicing.
Components identified with the IEC symbol
in the parts list are special significance to safety. When replacing a component identified with
, use only the replacement parts designated, or parts with the same ratings or resistance, wattage, or voltage that are designated in the
parts list in this manual. Leakage-current or resistance measurements must be made to determine that exposed parts are acceptably
insulated from the supply circuit before retuming the product to the customer.
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Before returning the unit to the user, perform the following safety checks :
1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that
leads are not pinched or that hardware is not
lodged between the chassis and other metal
parts in the unit.
2. Be sure that any protective devices such as
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fishpapers, cabinet backs, adjustment and
compartment covers or shields, isolation
resistor-capacity networks, mechanical
insulators, etc. Which were removed for the
servicing are properly re-installed.
3. Be sure that no shock hazard exists ; check for leakage
current using Simpson Model 229 Leakage Tester, standard
equipment item No. 21641, RCA Model WT540A or use
alternate method as follows : Plug the power cord directly
Into a 120 volt AC receptacle (do not use an Isolation
Transformer for this test). Using two clip leads, connect a
1500 ohms, 10watt Resistor paralleled by a 0.15uF capacitor, in series with all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth ground, such
as a water pipe or conduit. Use a VTVM or VOM with 1000 ohms per volt, or higher sensitivity to measure the AC voltage drop across the
resistor. (See diagram) Move the resistor connection to each exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis (antenna, metal,
cabinet, screw heads, knobs and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor. (This test should be
performed with the 0.35 volt RMS or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which must be corrected before returning the
unit to the owner.
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Technical Specifications
Audio Section
Stereo Mode
Continuous Average Power (FTC)
50 Watts per channel, @ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz – 20kHz,
both channels driven into 8 ohms
Five-Channel Surround Modes
Power Per Individual Channel
Front L&R channels:
40 Watts per channel
@ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Center channel:
40 Watts @ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Surround channels:
40 Watts per channel
@ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Linear (High-Level)
200mV/47k ohms
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A)
95dB
Surround System Adjacent Channel Separation
Pro Logic II
45dB
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
55dB
DTS
55dB
Frequency Response
@ 1W (+0dB, –3dB)
10Hz–100kHz
High Instantaneous
Current Capability (HCC)
±25 Amps
Transient Intermodulation
Distortion (TIM)
Unmeasurable
Slew Rate
40V/µsec
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Distortion
Stereo Separation
Selectivity
Image Rejection
IF Rejection
87.5–108.0MHz
IHF 1.3µV/13.2dBf
Mono/Stereo 70dB/68dB
Mono/Stereo 0.2%/0.3%
40dB @ 1kHz
±400kHz, 70dB
80dB
90dB
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Usable Sensitivity
Distortion
Selectivity
520–1710kHz
45dB
Loop 500µV
1kHz, 50% Mod 0.8%
±10kHz, 30dB
Video Section
Television Format
Input Level/Impedance
Output Level/Impedance
Video Frequency
Response
General
Power Requirement
Power Consumption
NTSC
1Vp-p/75 ohms
1Vp-p/75 ohms
10Hz–8MHz (–3dB)
AC 120V/60Hz
68W idle, 540W maximum
(2 channels driven)
Dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
17.3 inches (440mm)
6.5 inches (165mm)
17.1 inches (435mm)
Weight
31 lb (14.1kg)
Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons and terminal connections.
Height measurement includes feet and chassis.
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Harman Kardon is a registered trademark, and Power for the Digital Revolution is a trademark,
of Harman Kardon, Inc.
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic II, AC-3 and the Double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished
Works. ©1992–1999 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
DTS and DTS Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
UltraStereo is a trademark of UltraStereo Corp.
VMAx is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Inc., and is an
implementation of Cooper Bauck Transaural Stereo under patent license.
Logic 7 is a registered trademark of Lexicon, Inc., a Harman International Company.
Crystal is a registered trademark of Cirrus Logic Corp.
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Front Panel Controls
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1 Main Power Switch
2 System Power Control
3 Power Indicator
4 Headphone Jack
5 Selector Buttons
6 Tone Mode
7 Surround Mode Selector
8 Tuning Selector
9 Tuner Band Selector
) Preset Stations Selector
! Input Source Selector
@ FM Mode Selector
# Digital Optical 3 Input
$ Digital Coax 3 Input
% Video 4 Video Input Jacks
^ Video 4 Audio Input Jacks
& Bass Control
* Balance Control
( Treble Control
Ó Volume Control
Ô Set Button
 Input Indicators
Ò Delay
Ú Digital Input Selector
Û Main Information Display
Ù Channel Select Button
ı Speaker Select Button
ˆ Test Tone Selector
˜ Surround Mode Indicators
¯ Remote Sensor Window
1 Main Power Switch: Press this button to
apply power to the AVR 120. When the switch
is pressed in, the unit is placed in a Standby
mode, as indicated by the amber LED 3 surrounding the System Power Control 2.
This button MUST be pressed in to operate the
unit. To turn the unit off and prevent the use
of the remote control, this switch should be
pressed until it pops out from the front panel
so that the word “OFF” may be read at the
top of the switch.
3 Power Indicator: This LED will be illuminated in amber when the unit is in the Standby
mode to signal that the unit is ready to be
turned on. When the unit is in operation, the
indicator will turn green. Should the indicator
turn red, turn the unit off using the Main
Power Switch 1 and check the speaker wire
connections to make certain that there are no
short circuits.
6 Tone Mode: Pressing this button enables
or disables the Bass and Treble tone controls.
When the button is pressed so that the words
TONE IN appear in the Main Information
Display Û, the settings of the Bass & and
Treble ( controls may be used to adjust the
output signals. When the button is pressed so
that the words TONE OUT appear in the Main
Information Display Û, the output signal
will be “flat,” without any bass or treble alteration, no matter how the actual Bass and
Treble Controls &( are adjusted.
NOTE: This switch is normally left in the “ON”
position.
2 System Power Control: When the Main
Power Switch 1 is “ON,” press this button
to turn on the AVR 120; press it again to turn
the unit off. Note that the Power Indicator
3 surrounding the switch will turn green
when the unit is on.
4 Headphone Jack: This jack may be used to
listen to the AVR 120’s output through a pair of
headphones. Be certain that the headphones
have a standard 1/4" stereo phone plug. Note
that the main room speakers will automatically
be turned off when the headphone jack is in use.
5 Selector Buttons: When you are establishing the AVR 120’s configuration settings, use
these buttons to select from the choices available,
as shown in the Main Information Display Û.
7 Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to change the surround mode by scrolling
through the list of available modes. Note that
depending on the type of input, some modes
are not always available. (See page 22 for more
information about surround modes.)
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Front Panel Controls
8 Tuning Selector: Press the left side of the
button to tune lower-frequency stations and the
right side of the button to tune higher-frequency
stations. When a station with a strong signal
is reached, the TUNED Indicator Q will be
illuminated in the Main Information
Display Û .
To tune manually, tap the button lightly and
note that the tuner will step up one frequency
increment per button press. When the button is
held for a few seconds you will note that the
unit will quickly search the frequency band.
Release it once the fast tuning starts; the tuner
will automatically scan for the next station with
an acceptable signal and then stop.
9 Tuner Band Selector: Pressing this button
will automatically switch the AVR 120 to the
Tuner mode. Pressing it again will switch
between the AM and FM frequency bands. (See
page 25 for more information on the tuner.)
) Preset Stations Selector: Press this
button to scroll up or down through the list or
stations that have been entered into the preset
memory. (See page 26 for more information on
tuner presets.)
! Input Source Selector: Press this button
to change the input by scrolling up or down
through the list of input sources.
@ FM Mode Selector: Press this button to
select Auto or Manual tuning. When the button
is pressed so that the AUTO Indicator R
lights, the tuner will search for the next station
with an acceptable signal when the Tuning
Selector 8u is pressed. When the button is
pressed so that the AUTO Indicator R is not
lit, each press of the Tuning Selector 8u
will increase the frequency. This button may also
be used to switch between Stereo and Mono
modes for FM radio reception. When weak
reception is encountered, press the button until
the STEREO Indicator P goes out to switch
to Mono reception. Press and hold again to
switch back to STEREO mode. (See page 25 for
more information on using the tuner.)
# Digital Optical 3 Input: Connect the optical digital output of an audio or video product to
this jack. When the input is not in use, be certain
to keep the plastic cap installed to avoid dust
contamination that might degrade future
performance.
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$ Digital Coax 3 Input: This jack is used for
connection to the output of portable audio
devices, video game consoles or other products
that have a coax digital jack.
% Video 4 Video Input Jacks: These jacks
may be used for temporary connection to the
composite or S-Video output of video games,
camcorders or other portable video products.
^ Video 4 Audio Input Jacks: These audio
jacks may be used for temporary connection to
video games or portable audio/video products
such as camcorders and portable audio players.
& Bass Control: Turn this control to modify
the low-frequency output of the left/right channels by as much as ±10dB, when the unit is in
the “Surround Off” mode. Set this control to a
suitable position for your taste or room acoustics.
* Balance Control: Turn this control to
change the relative volume for the front
left/right channels.
NOTE: For proper operation of the surround
modes this control should be at the midpoint
or “12 o’clock” position.
( Treble Control: Turn this control to modify
the high frequency output of the left/right channels by as much as ±10dB, when the unit is in
the “Surround Off” mode. Set this control to a
suitable position for your taste or room acoustics.
Ó Volume Control: Turn this knob clockwise
to increase the volume, counterclockwise to
decrease the volume. If the AVR 120 is muted,
adjusting the Volume Control Ó 33 will
automatically release the unit from the silenced
condition.
Ô Set Button: When making choices during
the setup and configuration process, press this
button to enter the desired setting as shown
in the Main Information Display Û into the
AVR 120’s memory. The set button may also
be used to change the display brightness.
(See page 26.)
 Input Indicators: A green LED will light in
front of the input that is currently being used as
the source for the AVR 120.
Ò Delay: Press this button to begin the
sequence of steps required to enter delay time
settings. (See page 19 for more information on
delay times.)
Ú Digital Input Selector: When playing a
source that has a digital output, press this
button to select between the Optical #d
and Coaxial $e Digital inputs. (See pages
23–25 for more information on digital audio.)
Û Main Information Display: This display
delivers messages and status indications to
help you operate the receiver. (See pages 7–8
for a complete explanation of the Information
Display.)
Ù Channel Select Button: Press this button
to begin the process of trimming the channel
output levels using an external audio source.
(For more information on output level trim
adjustment, see page 26.)
ı Speaker Select Button: Press this button
to begin the process of configuring the unit to
match the type of speakers used in your listening room. (See pages 16–19 for more information on speaker setup and configuration.)
ˆ Test Tone Selector: Press this button to
begin the process of adjusting the channel output levels using the internal test tone as a reference. (For more information on output level
adjustment, see page 18.)
˜ Surround Mode Indicators: A green LED
will light in front of the surround mode that is
currently in use.
¯ Remote Sensor Window: The sensor
behind this window receives infrared signals
from the remote control. Aim the remote at this
area and do not block or cover it.
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Front Panel Information Display
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B DTS Mode Indicator
C Dolby Digital Indicator
D Dolby Pro Logic II Indicator
E Dolby 3 Stereo Indicator
F Main Information Display
G DSP Mode Indicator
H VMAx Mode Indicators
I Logic 7 Mode Indicators
J Preset Number/Sleep Timer
K Night Mode Indicator
L Speaker/Channel Input Indicators
M Preset Indicator
N Sleep Indicator
O Memory Indicator
P Stereo Indicator
Q Tuned Indicator
R Auto Indicator
S Analog Input Indicator
T Coaxial Digital Input Indicators
U Optical Digital Input Indicators
A Bitstream Indicators: When the input is a
digital source, one of these indicators will light to
display the specific type of data signal in use.
G DSP Mode Indicator: This indicator lights
when any of the surround modes created by
Digital Signal Processing, or DSP are in use.
These modes include Hall 1, Hall 2, Theater and
5-Channel Stereo.
incoming data-signal configuration. The left,
center, right, right surround and left surround
speaker indicators are composed of three boxes,
while the subwoofer is a single box. The center
box lights when a “small” speaker is selected,
and the two outer boxes light when “large”
speakers are selected. When none of the boxes
are lit for the center, surround or subwoofer
channels, no speaker has been assigned to one
of those positions. (See page 17 for more information on configuring speakers.) The letters
inside each of the center boxes display active
input channels. For standard analog inputs, only
the L and R will light, indicating a stereo input.
When a digital source is playing, the indicators
will light to display the channels being received
at the digital input. When the letters flash, the
digital input has been interrupted. (See pages
18–19 for more information on the Channel
Indicators.)
B DTS Mode Indicator: This indicator lights
when a DTS-encoded source is playing.
C Dolby Digital Indicator: This indicator
lights when a Dolby Digital source is being
played.
D Dolby Pro Logic II Indicator: This indicator lights when the Dolby Pro Logic II mode has
been selected.
NOTE: It is possible to see the Dolby
Pro Logic II indicator lit simultaneously with the
Dolby Digital indicator, even though the Dolby
Digital surround mode has been selected. This is
due to the specifications for Dolby Digital processing, which require that the Dolby Pro Logic II
mode apply any time a 2-channel Dolby signal
is detected. If you desire 5.1-channel audio,
check the audio settings in the menus for both
your DVD player and your DVD disc to make
sure that a 5.1-channel Dolby Digital sound
track is available and has been selected.
E Dolby 3 Stereo Indicator: This indicator
lights when the Dolby 3 Stereo mode has been
selected.
F Main Information Display: This display
shows messages relating to the status, input
source, surround mode, tuner, volume level or
other aspects of the AVR 120’s operation.
H VMAx Mode Indicators: This indicator
lights when the VMAx mode is in use. VMAx F
appears when the Far Field VMAx mode is
selected; VMAx N appears when the Near
Field VMAx mode is selected. (See page 22 for
a description of the VMAx modes.)
I Logic 7 Mode Indicators: These indicators light when the Logic 7 mode is in use.
LOGIC 7C appears for the Cinema version
of Logic 7; LOGIC 7M appears for the
Music version of Logic 7. (See page 22 for a
description of the Logic 7 modes.)
J Preset Number/Sleep Timer: When the
tuner is in use, these numbers indicate the specific preset memory location in use. (See page
26 for more information on preset stations.)
When the Sleep function is in use, these numbers show how many minutes remain before
the unit goes into the Standby mode.
K Night Mode Indicator: This indicator
lights when the AVR 120 is in the Night mode,
which preserves the dynamic range of digital
program material at low volume levels.
L Speaker/Channel Input Indicators: These
indicators are multipurpose, indicating either the
speaker type selected for each channel or the
M Preset Indicator: This indicator lights
when the tuner is in use to show that the
Preset Number/Sleep Timer J is showing
the station’s preset memory number. (See page
26 for more information on tuner presets.)
N Sleep Indicator: This indicator lights when
the Sleep function is in use. The numbers in the
Preset Number/Sleep Timer Indicators will show
the minutes remaining before the AVR 120
goes into the Standby mode. (See page 21 for
more information on the Sleep function.)
7 FRONT PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
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Front Panel Information Display
O Memory Indicator: This indicator flashes
when entering presets and other information
into the tuner’s memory.
P Stereo Indicator: This indicator lights when
an FM station is being tuned in stereo.
Q Tuned Indicator: This indicator lights when a
station is being received with sufficient signal
strength to provide acceptable listening quality.
R Auto Indicator: This indicator lights when
the tuner’s Auto mode is in use.
S Analog Input Indicator: This indicator
lights when an analog input source has been
selected.
T Coaxial Digital Input Indicators: These
indicators light to show when a Coaxial Digital
Input has been selected.
U Optical Digital Input Indicators: These
indicators light to show when an Optical Digital
Input has been selected.
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Rear Panel Connections
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SUBWOOFER
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¡ Tape Inputs
™ Tape Outputs
£ Video 1 Audio Inputs
¢ AM Antenna
∞ Video 1 Audio Outputs
§ DVD Audio Inputs
¶ FM Antenna
• CD Inputs
ª Optical Digital Output
‚ Coaxial Digital Output
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LEFT
FRONT SPKRS (8Ω)
RIGHT
CENTER
SPKR (8Ω)
LEFT
SURR. SPKRS (8Ω)
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⁄ DVD Video Inputs
¤ Video Monitor Outputs
‹ Subwoofer Output
› Front Speaker Outputs
fi Surround Speaker Outputs
fl Switched AC Accessory Outlet
‡ Unswitched AC Accessory Outlet
° AC Power Cord
· Video 1 Video Outputs
a Video 1 Video Inputs
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b Video 2 Video Inputs
c Video 3 Video Inputs
d Optical Digital Inputs
e Coaxial Digital Inputs
f Video 3 Audio Inputs
g Video 2 Audio Inputs
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Rear Panel Connections
¡ Tape Inputs: Connect these jacks to the
PLAY/OUT jacks of an audio recorder.
™ Tape Outputs: Connect these jacks to the
RECORD/INPUT jacks of an audio recorder.
£ Video 1 Audio Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT audio jacks on a VCR
or other video source.
¢ AM Antenna: Connect the AM loop antenna
supplied with the receiver to these terminals. If an
external AM antenna is used, make connections
to the AM and GND terminals in accordance
with the instructions supplied with the antenna.
∞ Video 1 Audio Outputs: Connect these
jacks to the RECORD/INPUT audio jacks on
a VCR.
§ DVD Audio Inputs: Connect these jacks
to the analog audio jacks on a DVD or other
video source.
NOTE: The default setting for the audio input
associated with DVD is the Coaxial Digital
Input 1 e. If you connect the audio outputs
of a DVD player to these jacks, change the
input setting as shown on page 20.
¶ FM Antenna: Connect the supplied indoor or
an optional external FM antenna to this terminal.
• CD Inputs: Connect these jacks to the output of a compact disc player or CD changer.
ª Optical Digital Output: Connect this jack
to the matching digital input connector on a
digital recorder such as CD-R or MiniDisc
recorder.
‚ Coaxial Digital Output: Connect this
jack to the matching digital input connector on
a digital recorder such as a CD-R or MiniDisc
recorder.
⁄ DVD Video Inputs: Connect these jacks to
the composite or S-Video output jacks on a
DVD or other video source.
¤ Video Monitor Outputs: Connect this
jack to the composite or S-Video input of a TV
monitor or video projector to view the output of
any standard video source selected by the
receiver’s video switcher.
‹ Subwoofer Output: Connect this jack to
the line-level input of a powered subwoofer. If
an external subwoofer amplifier is used, connect this jack to the subwoofer amplifier input.
10 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
› Front Speaker Outputs: Connect these
outputs to the matching + or – terminals on
your front speakers. When making speaker
connections, always make certain to maintain
correct polarity by connecting the black terminal to the negative (–) terminal on the speakers. Connect the white terminal to the positive
(+) terminal on the left front speaker, the red
terminal to the positive (+) terminal on the
right front speaker and the green terminal to
the positive (+) terminal on the center front
speaker. Newer speakers will have matching
color terminals in accordance with the new CEA
specifications, while existing speakers typically
use a red terminal for the positive (+) speaker
wire connection. (See page 14 for more information on speaker polarity.)
fi Surround Speaker Outputs: Connect
these outputs to the matching + or – terminals
on your left and right surround speakers. When
making speaker connections always make certain to maintain correct polarity by connecting
the black terminal to the negative (–) terminal
on the speakers. Connect the blue terminal to
the positive (+) terminal on the left surround
speaker and the gray terminal to the positive
(+) terminal on the right surround speaker.
Newer speakers will have matching color terminals in accordance with the new CEA specifications, while existing speakers typically use a red
terminal for the positive (+) speaker wire connection. (See page 14 for more information on
speaker polarity.)
fl Switched AC Accessory Outlet: This
outlet may be used to power any device you
wish to have turned on when the AVR 120 is
turned on with the System Power Control
Switch 2.
‡ Unswitched AC Accessory Outlet: This
outlet may be used to power any AC device.
The power will remain on at this outlet regardless of whether the AVR 120 is on or off.
NOTE: The total power consumption of all
devices connected to the accessory outlets
should not exceed 100 watts.
° AC Power Cord: Connect the AC plug to
an unswitched AC wall output.
· Video 1 Video Outputs: Connect these
jacks to the RECORD/INPUT composite or
S-Video jack on a VCR.
a Video 1 Video Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT composite or S-Video
jacks on a VCR or other video source.
b Video 2 Video Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT composite or S-Video
jacks on a TV, VCR or other video source.
c Video 3 Video Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT composite or S-Video
jacks on a cable television box, satellite dish
receiver, VCR or other video source.
d Optical Digital Inputs: Connect the optical digital output from a DVD player, HDTV
receiver, LD player, satellite receiver, cable box,
MiniDisc player or recorder, or CD player to
these jacks. The signal may be either a Dolby
Digital signal, a DTS signal or a standard PCM
digital source.
e Coaxial Digital Inputs: Connect the coax
digital output from a DVD player, HDTV receiver,
LD player, satellite receiver, cable box, MiniDisc
recorder or CD player to these jacks. The signal
may be either a Dolby Digital signal, DTS signal
or a standard PCM digital source. Do not connect the RF digital output of an LD player to
these jacks.
f Video 3 Audio Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT audio jacks on a VCR,
satellite receiver, cable box, video game or
other composite video source.
g Video 2 Audio Inputs: Connect these
jacks to the PLAY/OUT audio jacks on a VCR,
satellite receiver, cable box, video game or
other composite video source.
AVR120
harman/kardon
Remote Control Functions
b a
c
POWER
e
d
f
ON
AVR
DVD
CD
TAPE
VCR
TV
VID2
CBL/SAT
VID3
VID4
VID1
g
AM/FM
h
SLEEP
CH.
SURR.
T/V
SP
K
CH
.
R
m
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29
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TA
L
EX
LA
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TUN-M
9
0
MEM
DIRECT
CLEAR
t
u
TUNING
PRESET
D.SKIP
NOTE: The function names shown here refer to
each button’s feature when used with the
AVR 120. Most buttons have additional functions when used with other devices. See pages
31–32 for a list of these functions.
31
SET
p
q
32
ME
N
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GU
ID
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l
v
33
VOL.
NIGHT
H.
j
34
TEST
.C
i
o
35
MUTE
OFF
I
DIG
a Power Off Button
b IR Transmitter Window
c Program Indicator
d Power On Button
e Input Selectors
f AVR Selector
g AM/FM Tuner Select
h Test Button
i Sleep Button
j Surround Mode Selector
k Night Mode
l Channel Select Button
m ⁄ Button
n ‹ Button
o Set Button
p Digital Select
q ¤ Button
r Numeric Keys
s Tuner Mode
t Direct Button
u Tuning Up/Down
v Macro Buttons
w Transport Controls
x Skip Up/Down Buttons
y Disc Skip Button
z Preset Up/Down
` Clear Button
28 Memory Button
●
29 Delay/Prev. Ch.
●
30 › Button
●
31 Speaker Select
●
32 Spare Button
●
33 Volume Up/Down
●
34 TV/Video Selector
●
35 Mute
●
28
`
z
y
M1
M2
M3
M4
w
x
DWN
UP
SKIP
120
11 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
AVR120
harman/kardon
Remote Control Functions
IMPORTANT NOTE: The AVR 120’s remote
may be programmed to control up to eight
devices, including the AVR 120. Before using the
remote, it is important to remember to press the
Input Selector Button e that corresponds
to the unit you wish to operate. In addition, the
AVR 120’s remote is shipped from the factory to
operate the AVR 120 and most Harman Kardon
CD or DVD players and cassette decks. The
remote is also capable of operating a wide variety of other products using the control codes
that are part of the remote. Before using the
remote with other products, follow the instructions on pages 27–30 to program the proper
codes for the products in your system.
It is also important to remember that many of
the buttons on the remote take on different
functions, depending on the product selected
using the Device Control Selectors. The descriptions shown here primarily detail the functions
of the remote when it is used to operate the
AVR 120. (See pages 31–32 for information
about alternate functions for the remote’s buttons.)
f AVR Selector: Pressing this button will
switch the remote so that it will operate the
AVR 120’s functions. If the AVR 120 is in the
Standby mode, it will also turn the AVR 120 on.
g AM/FM Tuner Select: Press this button to
select the AVR 120’s tuner as the listening
choice. Pressing this button when the tuner is
already in use will switch between the AM and
FM bands.
h Test Button: Press this button to begin
the sequence used to calibrate the AVR 120’s
output levels. (See pages 18–19 for more information on calibrating the AVR 120.)
i Sleep Button: Press this button to place
the unit in the Sleep mode. After the time
shown in the display, the AVR 120 will automatically go into the Standby mode. Each press
of the button changes the time until turn-off in
the following order:
90
min
80
min
70
min
60
min
50
min
40
min
30
min
20
min
10
min
OFF
a Power Off Button: Pressing this button
turns off (places in the Standby mode) the device
that was last selected by pressing one of the
Input Selectors e. To place the AVR 120 in
the Standby mode, first press the AVR Selector
Button f and then press this button.
Note that this button is also used to change
channels on your TV when the TV is selected.
b IR Transmitter Window: Point this window towards the AVR 120 when pressing buttons
on the remote to make certain that infrared commands are properly received.
jSurround Mode Selector: Press this button to begin the process of changing the surround mode. After the button has been pressed,
use the ⁄/¤ Buttons mq to select the
desired surround mode. (See page 22 for more
information.) Note that this button is also used
to tune channels when the TV is selected using
the device Input Selector e. This button is
also used in part of the process of erase stored
macro commands. (See page 28 for more information on macros.)
c Program Indicator: This three-color indicator is used to guide you through the process
of programming the remote. (See pages 27–30
for information on programming the remote.)
d Power On Button: Press this button
to turn on power to the device that was last
selected by pressing one of the Input Selectors
e. To turn on the AVR 120, press the AVR
Selector Button f.
e Input Selectors: Pressing one of these
buttons will perform three actions at the same
time. First, if the AVR 120 is not turned on, this
will power up the unit. Next, it will select the
source shown on the button as the input to the
AVR 120. Finally, it will change the remote control so that it controls the device selected. After
pressing one of these buttons you must press
the AVR Selector Button f again to operate the AVR 120’s functions with the remote.
12 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
This button is also used to end the process of
creating a macro command. (See page 28 for
more information on creating macros.)
NOTE: The Sleep Button i and Surround
Mode Selector j may also function as the
Channel + and – keys when the remote is programmed for use with TVs, cable boxes, VCRs,
satellite receivers or other video devices with
tuners. See page 29 for information on programming the remote for Channel Control
Punch-Through capability so that you may
change channels on a separate device when
the remote is in AVR mode.
k Night Mode: Press this button to activate
the Night mode. This mode is available in specially encoded digital sources, and it preserves
dialog (center channel) intelligibility at low
volume levels.
l Channel Select Button: This button is
used to start the process of setting the AVR 120’s
output levels to an external source. Once this button is pressed, use the ⁄/¤ Buttons mq
to select the channel being adjusted, then press
the Set Button o, followed by the ⁄/¤
Buttons mq again, to change the level setting. (See page 26 for more information.)
m ⁄ Button: This multipurpose button is
used to change or scroll through items in the
menus, or to change configuration settings such
as output levels. When changing an item such as
the surround mode or digital input directly, first
press the function or mode to be changed (e.g.,
press the Surround Mode Selector j to
select a surround mode or the Digital Select
Button p to change the digital input) and
then press this button to scroll through the list of
available choices.
n ‹ Button: This button is used to change
the menu selection or setting during some of
the setup procedures for the AVR 120.
o Set Button: This button is used to enter
settings into the AVR 120’s memory. It is also
used in the setup procedures for delay time,
speaker configuration and channel output level
adjustment.
p Digital Select: Press this button to assign
one of the digital inputs de#$ to a
source. (See page 23 for more information on
using digital inputs.)
q ¤ Button: This multipurpose button is
used to change or scroll through items in the
menus, or to change configuration settings such
as output levels. When changing an item such as
the surround mode or digital input directly, first
press the function or mode to be changed (e.g.,
press the Surround Mode Selector j to
select a surround mode or the Digital Select
Button p to change the digital input) and
then press this button to scroll through the list of
available choices.
r Numeric Keys: These buttons serve as a
ten-button numeric keypad to enter tuner preset
positions. They are also used to select channel
numbers when TV has been selected on the
remote, or to select track numbers on a CD,
DVD or LD player, depending on how the
remote has been programmed.
AVR120
harman/kardon
Remote Control Functions
s Tuner Mode: Press this button when the
tuner is in use to select between automatic
tuning and manual tuning. When the button is
pressed so that the AUTO Indicator R goes
out, pressing the Tuning Buttons u8 will
move the frequency up or down in single-step
increments. When the FM band is in use, pressing this button when a station’s signal is weak
will change to monaural reception. (See page
25 for more information.)
t Direct Button: Press this button when
the tuner is in use to start the sequence for
direct entry of a station’s frequency. After pressing the button simply press the proper
Numeric Keys r to select a station. (See
page 25 for more information on the tuner.)
u Tuning Up/Down: When the tuner is in
use, these buttons will tune up or down through
the selected frequency band. If the Tuner Mode
Button s@ has been pressed so that the
AUTO Indicator R is illuminated, pressing and
holding either of the buttons for three seconds
will cause the tuner to seek the next station with
acceptable signal strength for quality reception.
When the AUTO Indicator R is NOT illuminated, pressing these buttons will tune stations
in single-step increments. (See page 25 for more
information.)
v Macro Buttons: Press these buttons
to store or recall a “Macro”, which is a
preprogrammed sequence of commands
stored in the remote. (See page 28 for more
information on storing and recalling macros.)
w Transport Controls: These buttons do
not have any functions for the AVR 120, but
they may be programmed for the forward/
reverse play operation of a wide variety of CD
or DVD players, and audio or video cassette
recorders. (See page 30 for more information
on programming the Transport Control PunchThrough capability of the remote.)
x Skip Up/Down Button: These buttons
have no direct function with the AVR 120, but
when used with a compatibly programmed CD
or DVD changer they will change the disc currently being played in the changer.
y Disc Skip Button: This button has no
direct function for the AVR 120, but is often
used when the remote is programmed to operate a CD or DVD changer to change the discs in
the changer. (See page 28 for more information
on using the remote with other devices.)
z Preset Up/Down: When the tuner is
in use, press these buttons to scroll through the
stations programmed into the AVR 120’s memory. When some source devices, such as CD
players, VCRs and cassette decks, are selected
using the device Input Selectors e, these
buttons may function as Chapter Step or Track
Advance.
` Clear Button: Press this button to clear
incorrect entries when using the remote to directly
enter a radio station’s frequency.
28 Memory Button: Press this button to enter
a radio station into the AVR 120’s preset memory.
Once the MEMORY Indicator O flashes, you
have five seconds to enter a preset memory
location using the Numeric Keys r (See
page 26 for more information.)
29 Delay/Prev Ch.: Press this button to
begin the process for setting the delay times
used by the AVR 120 when processing surround
sound. After pressing this button, the delay
times are entered by pressing the Set Button
o and then using the ⁄/¤ Buttons mq
to change the setting. Press the Set Button
o again to complete the process. (See page
19 for more information.)
Volume Control Punch-Through capability of
the remote, which allows you to change the
AVR 120’s volume while the remote is set to
control another device.
34 TV/Video Selector: This button does not
have a direct function on the AVR 120, but
when used with a compatibly programmed
VCR, DVD or satellite receiver that has a
“TV/Video” function, pressing this button will
switch between the output of the player or
receiver and the external video input to that
player. Consult the owner’s manual for your
specific player or receiver for the details of how
it implements this function.
35 Mute: Press this button to momentarily
silence the AVR 120 or TV set being controlled,
depending on which device has been selected.
When the AVR 120 is muted, press this button
or use the Volume Control Ó 33 to return
to the previous volume level. When the AVR 120
remote is being programmed to operate another
device or when a macro command is being programmed, this button is pressed with the Input
Selector Button e to begin the programming process. (See page 27 for more information on programming the remote.)
30 › Button: Press this button to change a
setting or selection when configuring many of the
AVR 120’s settings.
31 Speaker Select: Press this button to
begin the process of configuring the AVR
120’s bass management system for use with
the type of speakers used in your system. Once
the button has been pressed, use the ⁄/¤
Buttons mq to select the channel you
wish to set up. Press the Set Button o and
then select another channel to configure.
When all adjustments have been completed,
press the Set Button o twice to exit the
settings and return to normal operation. (See
page 17 for more information.)
32 Spare Button: This button does not have
any function for the operation of the AVR 120,
but it is available for use when programmed
with the code from another remote. (See page
27 for information on programming the remote
with codes for other devices.)
33 Volume Up/Down: Press these buttons to
raise or lower the system volume. See page 29
for more information on programming the
13 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
AVR120
harman/kardon
Troubleshooting Guide
Your AVR 120 receiver has been designed to provide many years of trouble-free service. In the event that you are experiencing difficulties, please check the
suggestions below for a possible solution to your problem. Additional information on the AVR 120, including updated information and user hints, is available from our Web site at www.harmankardon.com.
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Unit does not function when Main
Power Switch is pushed
• No AC Power
• Make certain AC power cord is plugged into
a live outlet
• Check to see whether outlet is switch-controlled
Display lights, but no sound
or picture
• Intermittent input connections
• Make certain that all input and speaker connections
are secure
• Press Mute button
• Turn up volume control
• Mute is on
• Volume control is down
Unit turns on, but front-panel
display does not light up
• Display brightness is turned off
• Follow the instructions in the Display Brightness section
on page 26 so that the display is set to VFD FULL
No sound from any speaker;
light around power switch is red
• Amplifier is in protection mode
due to possible short
• Amplifier is in protection mode
due to internal problems
• Check speaker wire connections for shorts at receiver and
speaker ends
• Contact your local Harman Kardon service center, which you can
locate by visiting our Web site at www.harmankardon.com
No sound from surround or
center speakers
• Incorrect surround mode
• Input is monaural
• Incorrect configuration
• Stereo or Mono program material
• Select a mode other than Stereo or Dolby 3 Stereo
• There is no surround information from mono sources
• Check speaker mode configuratioin
• The surround decoder may not create center- or rear-channel
information from nonencoded programs
Unit does not respond to
remote commands
• Weak batteries in remote
• Wrong device selected
• Remote sensor is obscured
• Change remote batteries
• Press the AVR selector
• Make certain front-panel sensor is visible to remote
or connect remote sensor
Intermittent buzzing in tuner
• Local interference
• Move unit or antenna away from computers, fluorescent
lights, motors or other electrical appliances
Letters flash in the channel indicator
display and digital audio stops
• Digital audio feed paused
• Resume play for DVD
• Check that Digital Input is selected
Processor Reset
In the rare case where the unit’s operation or
the displays seem abnormal, the cause may
involve the erratic operation of the system’s
memory or microprocessor.
To correct this problem, first unplug the unit
from the AC wall outlet and wait at least three
minutes. After the pause, reconnect the AC
power cord and check the unit’s operation. If
the system still malfunctions, a system “reset”
may clear the problem.
To clear the AVR 120’s entire system memory
including tuner presets, output level settings,
delay times and speaker configuration data,
first put the unit in Standby by pressing the
14 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
System Power Control Button 2. Next,
simultaneously press and hold the Tone Mode
6 and the FM Mode Selector @ buttons
for three seconds.
If the system is still operating incorrectly, there
may have been an electronic discharge or
severe AC line interference that has corrupted
the memory or microprocessor.
The unit will turn on automatically and display
the RESET message in the Main
Information Display F. Note that once you
have cleared the memory in this manner, it is
necessary to reestablish all system configuration
settings and tuner presets.
If these steps do not solve the problem, consult
an authorized Harman Kardon service center.
You can locate the service center nearest
to you by visiting our Web site at
www.harmankardon.com.
NOTE: After a reset, the unit will be returned to
the factory presets, and all settings for tuner
memory and presets speaker configuration,
delay times and surround mode memories must
be reentered.
Memory Backup
This product is equipped with a memory backup
system that preserves the system configuration
information and tuner presets if the unit is accidentally unplugged or subjected to a power
outage. This memory will last for approximately
two weeks, after which time all information
must be reentered.
AVR120
harman/kardon
harman/kardon
Service Bulletin
Service bulletin # H/K2003-07 Sept. 2003
Warranty labor rate: MINOR repair
To: All harman/kardon Service Centers
Model: AVR110/210/310/510, AVR120/220; AVR320/520
Subject: Various Complaints
For Complaints:
NO AUDIO
NOISE
INTERMITTENT NOISE
INTERMITENT AUDIO
Possible Solution:
Voltages may be too high on DSP Buffer IC or DSP IC
All modifications are done to the DSP board.
AVR110/210/310/510
AVR120/220
Remove BD5 and replace with two 1N4148 diodes in series.
Remove R43 and R90 (3.3Ω) and replace each with a 1N4148 diode.
(See diagram Page 2 for location and polarity)
AVR320/520
Remove BD25 and replace with two 1N4148 diodes in series.
(See diagram Page 2 for location and polarity)
In all cases the 1N4148 diode(s) you need to add should be normal 2-lead axial components, like h/k
part# 13-0482 or equivalent (not SMD devices).
15
AVR120
MODELS:
harman/kardon
AVR110/210/310/510
AVR120/220
MODELS: AVR320/520
16
AVR120
harman/kardon
TECH TIPS
harman/kardon
Troubleshooting tips and solutions to common service problems
TIP# HKTT2003-01 Rev5
For models:
AVR7000/7200/7300/8000
AVR100/200/300/500
AVR110/210/310/510
AVR120/220/320/520
AVR125/225/325/525
AVR130/230/330/430/630
AVR135/235/335/435/635
AVR10
DPR1001
DPR1005
DPR2005
HK3370/3470/3375/3475
HK3250
Subject: Backup Memory on AVR/DPR/HK series receivers
In the event of the complaint: “the receiver is losing its memory (any programmed system settings)
when the unit is turned off, or after the unit is unplugged (briefly*)”:
Check and replace:
Model
Designator
Location
Description
Part number
AVR10
C712
D709
Front PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
and 1N4148 diode
AVR7000
C730
Front PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
AVR7200
AVR7300
C106
C657
Front PCB
DSP PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
AVR8000
C726
Front PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
AVR100/200
C412
Front PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
AVR300
C906
Front PCB
0.1Farad 5.5v capacitor
AVR500
C906
Front PCB
0.1Farad 5.5v capacitor
#3439247315
#2058322101
# P10790-ND or
# J3432147324X
# P10790-ND
# H01-CEZXA0479MN-5
# 55230310NR or
# P10790-ND
# CEGT-B473J-0J0
# J4433210421X
or # P10791-ND
# J4433210421X
or # P10791-ND
AVR110/210/310/510
AVR120/220/320/520
AVR125/225
AVR325/525
AVR130/230/330
AVR135/235/335
AVR430/630
AVR435/635
DPR1001
C216
Front PCB
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
# P10790-ND
C734,C885
C106
BAT1
BAT1
C657
C557
BC601
two 0.1F capacitors in parallel
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
3.6v Battery
3.6v Battery
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
0.1Farad 5.5v capacitor
# BCESOHD104
# P10790-ND
# HABGP40BVH3A3H
# HGP15BNH3A3H
# CEZXA0479MN-5
# H03-CEZXA0479MN-0
# CEGT-B104J-0J0
DPR1005/2005
C437
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
# CEZXA0479MN-5
HK3370/3470
HK3375/3475
C301
C301
C712
D709
Front PCB
Front PCB
Front PCB
Front PCB
DSP PCB
DSP PCB
Main PCB
Processor
PCB
Front PCB
Front PCB
0.1Farad 5.5v capacitor
0.1Farad 5.5v capacitor
0.047 Farad 5.5v capacitor
and 1N4148 diode
# CEGT-B104J-0J0
# CEGT-B104J-0J0
#3439247315
#2058322101
HK3250
Front PCB
* After approximately two weeks of being disconnected from AC supply, even a normally functioning receiver may
lose any programmed settings and switch to default settings. (Four weeks for the DPR1005 & 2005)
17
AVR120
18
harman/kardon
55244110
55191640XX
55201700XX
55175760XX
55206550XX
19
AVR220Block.sch-1 - Sat Mar 02 15:00:40 2002
20
AVR120
harman/kardon
AVR120 Electrical Parts List
Main PCB
Reference
Designator
#001
#002
'020
'020
'050
CN401
CN402
CN403
CN407
CN408
CN409
CN410
CN411
CN412
CN413
CN414
CN415
CN416
CN417
CP404
CP406
CW407
C421
C422
C423
C424
C481
C482
C485
C486
C487
C488
C511
C512
D481
D482
D568
D569
D570
D571
FU481
FU482
FU483
FU484
G011
IC481
IC482
IC483
IC484
IC485
IC486
IC487
IC501
JK401
JK405
JP401
L401
L402
Part No.
JE01009301UA
JE01009302UA
JE01009401UA
JE01009402UA
J60530002100
55171550XX
55146610XX
55146570XX
55123350XX
55125010XX
55125010XX
55125010XX
55125010XX
J4423231600X
55124960XX
J4422112740X
J4423231600X
55123330XX
55146570XX
J4305100067X
J4305100069X
55201730NR
13076940AM
13076940AM
13076940AM
13076940AM
55126170DD
55126170DD
4043313030
4043313030
J3420668236X
13039870AM
13076940AM
13076940AM
J2202306007X
J2203336007X
55041640NR
55041640NR
55041640NR
55041640NR
20828790NR
20828790NR
20828790NR
20828790NR
J4200020000X
20832440NR
55124020NR
55125450NR
55123960NR
55123960NR
55123990NR
J2112503001X
55142240NR
55191370XX
55191460XX
55191400XX
J1451000030X
J1451000030X
Part Name / Description
AVR120US MNBD ASM
AVR220US MNBD ASM
MNBD APP AVR120 US
MNBD APP AVR220 US
H/SINK REG 118*20*50H
CON 3.96MM PITCH MOLEX 35313-0310
CONN 2.5MM 6 MA ST NAT 0 0
CONN 2.5MM 3 MA ST NAT 0 0
CONN 2.0MM 9 MA ST NAT LW2002P09 0 0
CONN 2.0MM 15 MA R NAT MOLEX 35336-1510
CONN 2.0MM 15 MA R NAT MOLEX 35336-1510
CONN 2.0MM 15 MA R NAT MOLEX 35336-1510
CONN 2.0MM 15 MA R NAT MOLEX 35336-1510
CONNECTOR
CONN 2.0MM 11 MA R NAT MOLEX 35336-1110
FPC PLUG 27P 1.25
CONNECTOR
CONN 2.0MM 6 MA ST NAT LW2002P06 0 0
CONN 2.5MM 3 MA ST NAT 0 0
CNT ASSY12P 390MM SL 2.0MM #28
CNT ASSY 10P 390+520 #28
WIRECONASY UNIQUE 10P 120MM UL1007
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 6MI8F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 6MI8F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 2MI2F +20% 35.0V 85C
CE 2MI2F +20% 35.0V 85C
CE SHL 6800U 16V M
CE 2MI2F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
CE 470U0F +20% 63.0V 85C
DIODE BU8-04F
DIODE W2-04F
D-SRSHC 1N5402 200.0V 3.0A
D-SRSHC 1N5402 200.0V 3.0A
D-SRSHC 1N5402 200.0V 3.0A
D-SRSHC 1N5402 200.0V 3.0A
FUSULSLWBL 2.0 A 250.0 V
FUSULSLWBL 2.0 A 250.0 V
FUSULSLWBL 2.0 A 250.0 V
FUSULSLWBL 2.0 A 250.0 V
GND PLATE
IC-REGPOSFXD KIA7815API NORMAL
IC-REGNEGFXD KIA7915PI NORMAL
IC-REGPOSFXD BA033T NORMAL
IC-REGPOSFXD KIA7805API NORMAL
IC-REGPOSFXD KIA7805API NORMAL
IC-REGNEGFXD KIA7905PI NORMAL
IC REG ADJ KA337 TO-220 SASUNG
IC-OPERAMP NJM2068DD DUAL OP
CON PHONO SCKT RCA 1P JACK JE010003XN
CON PHONO SCKT RCA 6P JW-4105RSA
CONN-SPE TERMINAL SPKR 6P SH0611705P FE
COIL-AF CHOKE .7UH
COIL-AF CHOKE .7UH
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AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
L501
P551
Q425
Q426
Q437
Q438
Q439
Q440
Q513
Q519
Q520
R471
R472
R475
R476
R481
R482
R483
R484
R485
R486
R487
R536
R538
VR401
VR402
VR501
WA401
WA402
WA403
W002
W003
W401
C111
C112
C113
C114
C115
C116
C401
C402
C403
C404
C405
C406
C407
C408
C409
C410
C411
C412
C413
C414
C417
C418
C419
C420
C425
C426
C431
C432
C433
Part No.
J1451000030X
J2431100002X
55133270NR
55133270NR
55127360NR
55127360NR
55127370NR
55127370NR
55133270NR
55127360NR
55127370NR
J3076228421X
J3076228421X
6044255016
6044255016
1502271006
1502271006
1502271006
8044278000
8044278000
8044278000
40440550XX
J3076228421X
6044255016
J3211322110X
J3211322110X
J3211322110X
55146560XX
55146560XX
55146560XX
55097370XX
55097370XX
J4305100072X
2093665016
2093665016
2093665016
2093665016
2093665016
2093665016
2026888030
2026888030
1105530071
1105530071
2026907030
2026907030
2026908030
2026908030
3093607071
3093607071
6043915071
6043915071
2026888030
2026888030
J3640104320X
J3640104320X
J3640104320X
J3640104320X
1105553071
1105553071
1036482071
1036482071
1036482071
Part Name / Description
COIL-AF CHOKE .7UH
POSISTOR PTC
TR-SHPLF 2SC4137 V N 100MI0A 20V
TR-SHPLF 2SC4137 V N 100MI0A 20V
TR-SHPLF 2SD2390 DARLINGTON N 10.0A
TR-SHPLF 2SD2390 DARLINGTON N 10.0A
TR-SHPLF 2SB1560 DARLINGTON P 10.0A
TR-SHPLF 2SB1560 DARLINGTON P 10.0A
TR-SHPLF 2SC4137 V N 100MI0A 20V
TR-SHPLF 2SD2390 DARLINGTON N 10.0A
TR-SHPLF 2SB1560 DARLINGTON P 10.0A
RES MPR 0.22 5W J
RES MPR 0.22 5W J
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 1.0W
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 1.0W
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 4R7 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 4R7 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 4R7 OHM +5% 2.0W
RMOF 3R3 OHM +5% 2.0W
RES MPR 0.22 5W J
RMOF 10R0 OHM +5% 1.0W
RES SEMI J2R-220
RES SEMI J2R-220
RES SEMI J2R-220
CONN 2.5MM 2 MA ST NAT 0 0
CONN 2.5MM 2 MA ST NAT 0 0
CONN 2.5MM 2 MA ST NAT 0 0
WCL 180-05-05 UL1007 HOOK-UP 18 180MM
WCL 180-05-05 UL1007 HOOK-UP 18 180MM
CNT ASSY 1P 250MM #18
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CC 68P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 68P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 100U0F +20% 25.0V 85C
CE 100U0F +20% 25.0V 85C
CE 220U0F +20% 10.0V 85C
CE 220U0F +20% 10.0V 85C
CC 12P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 12P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 33P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 33P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CC 1N5F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 1N5F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
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AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
C443
C444
C446
C483
C484
C489
C490
C492
C494
C496
C497
C498
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C509
C510
C513
C551
C552
C553
C554
C555
C556
C558
C563
C564
C565
C566
C567
C568
C569
C570
C571
C576
C577
C582
C583
C588
C589
C590
D401
D402
D403
D404
D405
D406
D501
D502
D551
D552
D553
D554
D555
D556
D566
D567
D572
Part No.
2025004016
2025004016
2024647071
J3640104350X
1036482071
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
2026888030
1105530071
2026907030
2026908030
3093607071
6043915071
2026888030
J3640104320X
J3640104320X
1105553071
J3640683220X
J3640683220X
J3640683220X
2025267030
7042852071
7042852071
2029347016
2029347016
J3640104350X
J3640104350X
1036482071
1036482071
1500213030
4043358071
4043358071
4043358071
2093665016
2093665016
2026783030
2026783030
1500213030
1500213030
2026783030
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
7043654016
2042121016
Part Name / Description
CC 220P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 220P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100N0F +80% -20% 25.0V Z5V
CP MET .1U 250V -M
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CC 68P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 100U0F +20% 25.0V 85C
CE 220U0F +20% 10.0V 85C
CC 12P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 33P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CP MET .1U 63V -K
CC 1N5F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CMP 0.068U 63V J
CMP 0.068U 63V J
CMP 0.068U 63V J
CE 470U0F +20% 10.0V 85C
CC 10N0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 10N0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V F
CC 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V F
CP MET .1U 250V -M
CP MET .1U 250V -M
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CC 680P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 680P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 680P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CC 100P0F +10% -10% 50.0V Y5P
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
D-ZENER 1N5242B 12.0V 500MI0W
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AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
FH401
FH402
FH403
FH404
FH405
FH406
FH407
FH408
Q401
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q405
Q406
Q407
Q408
Q411
Q412
Q413
Q414
Q415
Q416
Q417
Q418
Q419
Q420
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
Q506
Q507
Q508
Q509
Q510
Q551
Q552
Q553
Q554
Q555
Q556
Q557
Q558
Q559
Q561
Q562
Q563
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R129
R130
R131
R132
R401
R402
R403
Part No.
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
J4210020001X
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2050808056
2050808056
2064785056
2064785056
2064785056
2064785056
2055660056
2055660056
5513326056
5513326056
5513324056
5513324056
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2050808056
2064785056
2064785056
2055660056
5513326056
5513324056
2055660056
2055660056
2055660056
2050808056
2050808056
2050808056
2050821056
5513326056
J2021220001X
2064785056
5513329056
5513329056
5088297016
5088297016
3093951016
3093951016
5088297016
5088297016
3093951016
3093951016
5088297016
2046946016
3093951016
3093951016
6044155016
6044155016
8043703016
Part Name / Description
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
FUSE CLIP 0.3T
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTA1024 Y N 50MI0A -150V
TR-SLPLF KTA1024 Y N 50MI0A -150V
TR-SLPLF KTC3206 Y N 50MI0A 150V
TR-SLPLF KTC3206 Y N 50MI0A 150V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTA1024 Y N 50MI0A -150V
TR-SLPLF KTC3206 Y N 50MI0A 150V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SHPLF KTC3200BL N 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SLPLF KTC3198BL N 150MI0A
TR-SLPLF KTA1266 Y P 150MI0A
TR-SLPLF KTA1024 Y N 50MI0A -150V
TR NPN KRC107M
TR-SHPLF KTA1268BL P 100MI0A 120V
TR-SLPLF KTD1302 B N 300MI0A 20V
TR-SLPLF KTD1302 B N 300MI0A 20V
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 2K2 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
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AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
R404
R405
R406
R407
R408
R409
R410
R411
R412
R413
R414
R415
R416
R417
R418
R419
R420
R421
R422
R423
R424
R425
R426
R427
R428
R429
R430
R431
R432
R433
R434
R435
R436
R437
R438
R439
R440
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R452
R453
R454
R455
R456
R473
R474
R477
R478
R489
R490
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
Part No.
8043703016
4043563016
4043563016
4043563016
4043563016
2046945016
2046945016
2046945016
2046945016
1105961016
1105961016
2046951016
2046951016
8043703016
8043703016
8043701016
8043701016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
1105959016
1105959016
1105959016
1105959016
6044158016
6044158016
6044158016
6044158016
3093936016
3093936016
3093936016
3093936016
8043700016
8043700016
6044155016
6044155016
7043497016
7043497016
7043497016
7043497016
3093936016
3093936016
3093936016
3093936016
2046945016
1105963016
6044155016
8043703016
4043563016
4043563016
2046945016
2046945016
1105961016
Part Name / Description
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 270R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 270R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 43K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 43K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K8 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K8 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K2 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K2 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 680R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 220R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 270R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
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AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R523
R524
R525
R526
R527
R528
R537
R539
R551
R552
R553
R554
R555
R556
R557
R558
R559
R561
R562
R563
R564
R565
R566
R567
R568
R569
R570
R571
R585
R586
R587
R588
R589
R590
R591
R592
R593
R594
R595
R596
R597
R606
R607
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
Part No.
2046951016
8043703016
8043701016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
6044156016
1105959016
1105959016
6044158016
6044158016
3093936016
3093936016
1105964016
6044155016
7043497016
7043497016
3093936016
3093936016
4043563016
4043563016
5088301016
5088301016
6044158016
6044158016
4043563016
5088301016
6044158016
7043057016
1105971016
1105971016
1105971016
9057112016
5088295016
3093948016
3093948016
3093948016
1105961016
8043703016
4043563016
4043563016
9057113016
9057113016
4043563016
9057113016
3093948016
9057113016
5088297016
5088297016
5088297016
5088295016
5088295016
3093951016
3093951016
1105964016
9057112016
1105964016
9057112016
7043051016
5088300016
Part Name / Description
RCF 43K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K8 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 560R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 82R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 330R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3R3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 15K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 15K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 15K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 22K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 8K2 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 56K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 56K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 56K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 12K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 270R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 27K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 39K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 39K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K5 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 39K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 10K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 39K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 470R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 100K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 12K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 1K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 12K0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 47R0 OHM +5% 250MI0W
RCF 3K3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
26
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
R614
Part No.
Part Name / Description
Qty
5088300016
RCF 3K3 OHM +5% 250MI0W
1
7043654016
J4305100051X
J4305100052X
J4305100055X
J4305100053X
J4305100058X
J4305100057X
J4112213801X
J4112275001X
J4305100059X
J4305100063X
J4422212740X
55124690XX
55123340XX
55123320XX
2026783030
2026888030
5513436000
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
D-SLP 1N4148 100.0V 150E-3A
CNT ASSY 7P 450MM SL 2.5MM #24
CNT ASSY 3P 620MM SL 2.5MM #24
CNT ASSY 9P 400MM SL 2.0MM #26
CNT ASSY 4P 100MM SL 2.0MM #26
CNT ASSY 4P 360MM SHIELD SL 2.0MM #28
CNT ASSY 10P 220MM SHIELD SL 2.0MM #28
FPC CABLE 21P 380MM 1.25MM
FPC CABLE 27P 500MM 1.25
CNT ASSY 8P 500MM SHIELD SL 2.0MM #8
CNT ASSY 2P 100MM SL 2.0MM #26
FPC PLUG 27P 1.25
CONN 1.25MM 21 FE R WH GF120-21S-LS 2794
CONN 2.0MM 8 MA ST NAT LW2002P08 0 0
CONN 2.0MM 5 MA ST NAT LW2002P05 0 0
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CM 47MI0F +80% -20% 5.5V 70C
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Front PCB
'050
CN201
CN202
CN203
CN204
CN205
CN206
CN207
CN208
CN209
CN210
CP201
CP202
CP203
CP204
C203
C210
C216
D201
D202
D203
D204
D205
D206
D207
D208
D210
D211
D212
D213
D214
D217
D218
D219
D220
D221
D222
D223
D224
D225
D226
D227
D228
D229
D230
D231
D232
D233
D234
D235
D236
D237
D238
D239
D240
D241
D243
27
AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
D244
D245
D246
D247
D260
D271
D272
D273
FL201
FN201
IC201
IC205
JA201
JA202
L201
L202
RM201
VR201
VR202
VR203
VR204
W201
X201
CL201
CL202
CL203
CL204
CL205
CL206
CL207
CL208
CL209
CR201
CR202
CR203
CR204
CR205
CR206
CR207
CR208
CR209
C201
C202
C204
C214
C215
C219
C220
C232
C233
C234
C235
C236
Q222
Q223
Q224
Q225
Q226
Q227
Q235
#001
#002
Part No.
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
J2301213022X
55155740NR
J60600006000
55155730NR
55142240NR
J44303000100
J44311000100
J2616247920X
J2616247920X
J2411320014X
J32616100001
J32214000201
J32214000201
J32214000101
55180140NR
J3911030020X
1500213030
3093623071
8043459071
1500213030
1500213030
J3640183232X
J3640823232X
J3640332232X
J3640183232X
1500213030
3093623071
8043459071
1500213030
1500213030
J3640183232X
J3640823232X
J3640332232X
J3640183232X
2026783030
2026783030
2026901030
2026783030
2026783030
2026901030
2026888030
2026783030
2026783030
2026895030
1036482071
1036482071
5513321056
5513321056
5513321056
5513321056
5513321056
5514267056
5513321056
JE01009801UA
JE01009802UA
Part Name / Description
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
LED GN LTL1CHGEC 3
DISPLAY HNA-10MM22
SHIELD FENCE TONE
IC-MICROCONT CXP828P60Q-1 QTP QFT100
IC-OPERAMP NJM2068DD DUAL
JACK RCA 3P
JACK S-VIDEO 1P
COIL 4.7UH K
COIL 4.7UH K
REM 38KHZ
ENCODER EC 16E
VR-ROTARY 14MM
VR-ROTARY 14MM
VR-ROTARY 14MM
WIRECONASY UNIQUE 1P 200MM UL1007 PVC DI
RESONATOR ZTA10MTT
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CC 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 22P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CAP M POLY 18NF 100V J
CAP M POLY 82NF 100V J
CAP POLY 3N3F 100V J
CAP M POLY 18NF 100V J
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CC 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CC 22P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CAP M POLY 18NF 100V J
CAP M POLY 82NF 100V J
CAP POLY 3N3F 100V J
CAP M POLY 18NF 100V J
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 10U0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 47U0F +20% 16.0V 85C
CE 100N0F +20% 50.0V 85C
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
CPF 47N0F +10% 100.0V
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
TR-SLPLF MPSA06 N 500MI0A
TR-SLPLF DTC114YSA N 100MI0A
FRTBD SMT AVR120 US
FRTBD SMT AVR220 US
28
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
CL211
CR211
C205
C206
C208
C209
C211
C212
C213
C217
C218
C228
C229
C230
C237
C238
C239
C240
C241
C242
C244
C245
C246
C247
C248
D248
D249
D250
D251
D253
D254
D255
D261
D262
IC202
IC203
IC204
J173
J202
J204
J210
J211
J212
J213
J214
J215
J222
J237
J243
J244
J245
J246
J247
J248
J288
J294
Q201
Q202
Q203
Q204
Q205
Q206
Part No.
1105867091
1105867091
2026729091
5088236091
5088236091
2026729091
1507090091
1507090091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
1105867091
1105867091
1105867091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
2026729091
1105867091
1105867091
1105867091
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20496510NR
20718660NR
20718660NR
20718660NR
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
8044051091
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
Part Name / Description
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 33P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 33P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 820P0F +10% -10% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 820P0F +10% -10% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100N0F +80% -20% 50.0V Y5V
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
CCCFMIN 100P0F +5% -5% 50.0V NP0
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
D-SLP 1SS355 35.0V 225MI0A
IC-LOGIC BU4094BF SHIFT REGISTER CMOS
IC-LOGIC BU4094BF SHIFT REGISTER CMOS
IC-LOGIC BU4094BF SHIFT REGISTER CMOS
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 0 OHM +0% 100MI0W
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
29
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AVR120
harman/kardon
Reference
Designator
Q207
Q208
Q209
Q210
Q211
Q212
Q213
Q214
Q215
Q217
Q218
Q219
Q220
Q221
Q236
Q237
Q238
RL201
RL202
RL203
RL204
RL205
RL206
RL207
RL208
RL209
RL210
RP1
RP2
RP3
RP381
RP382
RP383
RP386
RP387
RP388
RP389
RP390
RP391
RP392
RP393
RP394
RP395
RP396
RP397
RP398
RP4
RP5
RP6
RP7
RP8
RR201
RR202
RR203
RR204
RR205
RR206
RR207
RR208
RR209
RR210
R205
Part No.
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513333092
5513319092
5513318092
5513333092
2047195091
5088663091
5088667091
1106648091
9057440091
5088663091
2047194091
6044439091
6044440091
8044039091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
5088663091
2047195091
5088663091
5088667091
1106648091
9057440091
5088663091
2047194091
6044439091
6044440091
8044039091
6044435091
Part Name / Description
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTA114YKA P 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114YKA N 10K0 OHM
TR-SSD DTC114TKA N 10K0 OHM
RMGCFMIN 1K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 1M0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 47K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 470R0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 680R0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 3K9 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 22K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 2K2 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 1K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 1M0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 47K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 470R0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 100K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 680R0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 3K9 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 22K0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 2K2 OHM +5% 100MI0W
RMGCFMIN 47R0 OHM +5% 100MI0W
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