AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
VSX-D608
MASTER
VOLUME
STANDBY
CLASS
MEMORY
STANDBY/ON
–
STATION
+
MPX
MODE
/ DTS
TUNING
SELECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
DSP
MODE
MIDNIGHT
DIGITAL
NR
– FREQUENCY +
DOWN
BASS
SPEAKERS
LOUDNESS
–
UP
TREBLE
+
–
+
DIRECT
VIDEO INPUT
TAPE 2
MONITOR
S-VIDEO
PHONES
VIDEO
L
AUDIO R
ORDER NO.
R
VCR 1
VCR 2
DVD/LD
TV/SAT
CD
FM/AM
MD/TAPE 1
VIDEO
DVD 5.1CH
RRV2104
AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
VSX-D608
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Type
Model
VSX-D608
Power Requirement
KUXJI
AC120V
KCXJI
AC120V
Remarks
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION ...................................... 2
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ................ 3
3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ....................................... 6
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM .......................... 26
5. PCB PARTS LIST ............................................... 39
6. ADJUSTMENT .................................................... 44
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ................................
7.1 PARTS ..........................................................
7.1.1 IC ...........................................................
7.1.2 DISPLAY ................................................
7.2 DISASSEMBLY ............................................
7.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................................
7.4 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ..........................
45
45
45
48
50
52
53
[CU-VSX138 (AXD7178)]
8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS .... 57
PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-Chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER ELECTRONIC (EUROPE) N.V. Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
c PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION 1999
T – IZK FEB. 1999 Printed in Japan
VSX-D608
1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained
to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65
NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols
(fast operating fuse) and/or
be of identical designation.
(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must
REMARQUE
(POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible
(fusible de type rapide) et/ou
de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.
(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pièces
(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the
continued protection of the customer and service
technician.
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water
pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester
such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the
earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance
(input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control
shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly
into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch
on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.
Reading should
Leakage not be above
current 0.5mA
tester
Device
under
test
Test all
exposed metal
surfaces
Also test with
plug reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)
AC Leakage Test
2
Earth
ground
2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
have special safety related characteristics. These are
often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified
by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list
in this Service Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which does
not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER
recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in
this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER
Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from
PIONEER.
VSX-D608
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
• Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
• The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
• Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
2.1 PACKING
(1) PACKING PARTS LIST
6
5
Mark No.
NSP
3
4
7
10
4
3
8
12(1/2)
2
1
11(1/2)
1
2
12(2/2)
NSP
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Packing Sheet
Alkaline Dry Cell Battery
(LR6, AA)
Operating Instructions
Sub Instruction Manual
(System Set Up)
FM Antenna
AM Loop Antenna
Warranty Card
Remote Control Unit
(CU-VSX138)
Part No.
AHG7010
VEM1012
See Contrast table (2)
ARH7048
ADH7004
ATB7009
See Contrast table (2)
AXD7178
11
12
•••••
Polyethylene Bag
(0.03×230×340)
Front Pad 508
Rear Pad 508
AHA7236
AHA7237
13
Packing Case 608UC
AHD7692
Z21-038
11(2/2)
13
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
VSX-D608/KUXJI and KCXJI are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No.
NSP
3
3
7
Symbol and Description
Operating Instructions (English)
Operating Instructions (English/French)
WarrantyCard
Part No.
KUXJI Type
ARB7157
Not used
ARY7023
KCXJI Type
Remarks
Not used
ARE7179
ARY7024
3
VSX-D608
2.2 EXTERIOR
57
32
57
26
60
28
57
57
31
72
57
57
57
16
(KCXJI
Type
Only)
71
Note ∗1 :
+2
Torque is 12 –0 kg • cm
61
57
L
11
57
4
∗1
57
69
12
73
58 60
57
53
∗1
19 54 66
20
K
68
M
G
35
8
65
57
H
14
23
24
57
D
64
67
34
13
F
29
I
F
M
27
7
10
55
J
57
65
K
55
63
5
57
57
39
38
57
G
57 58
I
57
57
62
18
57
40
57
E
57
57
1
B
57
30
21
36
D
2
53
E
L
6
44
50
3
57
59
37 39
25 C
59
57
59
57
22
B Accessories of
43
49
51
42
H 59
53
A
57
9
46
47 57
41
4
Front Panel 608
(No. 47)
17
H
C
57
40 J
57
33
57
A
70
57
VSX-D608
(1) EXTERIOR PARTS LIST
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
INPUT Assy
FRONT Assy
POWER SW Assy
REAR SP Assy
AMP Assy
HEADPHONE Assy
TRANS 1 Assy
TRANS 2 Assy
FRONT VIDEO Assy
BARRIER Assy
AWX7209
AWX7215
AWX7222
AWX7250
See Contrast table (2)
AWX7229
AWX7231
AWX7232
AWX7371
AWX7284
11
12
13
14
15
F.SP.CONNECT Assy
R.C.SP.CONNECT Assy
VIDEO Assy
SVIDEO Assy
•••••
AWX7285
AWX7286
AWX7235
AWX7237
16
17
18
19
20
FRONT LARGE Assy
DOLBY DIGITAL Assy
Power Transformer (T1)
Fuse (FU1 : 10A)
Fuse (FU2 : 7A)
AWX7288
AWX7373
See Contrast table (2)
REK1087
VEK1027
21
22
23
24
25
FFC 21P (J2)
FFC 07P (J4)
FFC 13P (J5)
FFC 17P (J8)
FFC 26P (J3)
ADD7100
ADD7101
ADD7103
ADD7107
ADD7118
NSP
26
27
28
29
30
AC Power Cord
8P Shield Cable (J6)
Cord Stopper
Tuner Holder B
Under Base D5
ADG7024
ADX7243
CM-22C
AAD7490
ANA7079
NSP
31
32
33
34
35
Rear Panel
Bonnet Case
Trans Frame
DSP Shield
Heat Sink Assy D5
See Contrast table (2)
AZN7762
ANG7193
ANG7196
ANH7095
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
Mark No.
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
Description
Part No.
36
37
38
39
40
Insulator
Locking Card Spacer
PCB Mold
Card Spacer
Binder
PNW2766
AEC7160
AMR2533
DEC1770
RNE1277
41
42
43
44
45
Volume Knob 508
Sub Panel 508
Function Button 608
Power Button
•••••
AAB7179
AAD7482
AAD7500
AAD7440
46
47
48
49
50
Display Window R608
Front Panel 608
•••••
Name Plate
LED Lens
AAK7606
AMB7552
51
52
53
54
55
•••••
•••••
Screw
Screw
Screw
ABA7009
ABA7043
ABA7044
56
57
58
59
60
•••••
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
BBZ30P080FZK
BBZ30P200FMC
BPZ30P080FMC
FBT40P080FZK
61
62
63
64
65
Binder (BK-1)
Heat Sink Angle F
Heat Sink Angle R
Heat Sink D5
Screw
ZCA-BK1
ANG7194
ANG7195
ANH7090
BBZ30P080FMC
66
67
68
69
70
FET Assy
FM/AM TUNER Unit
Sheet
FET Angle
Insulator
AWX7228
AXX7046
AEE7026
ANG7186
AMR7198
71
72
73
Fuse (FU701 : 10A)
Screw
FFC 11P (J7)
See Contrast table (2)
ABA1007
ADD7142
PAM1776
PNW2019
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
VSX-D608/KUXJI and KCXJI are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No.
5
18
31
31
71
Symbol and Description
AMP Assy
Power Transformer (T1)
Rear Panel 608U
Rear Panel 608C
Fuse (FU701 : 10A)
Part No.
KUXJI Type
AWX7223
ATS7234
ANC7724
Not used
Not used
KCXJI Type
Remarks
AWX7331
ATS7235
Not used
ANC7763
REK1087
5
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
A
3.1 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
P
FM/AM TUNER
UNIT
(AXX7046)
FRONT VIDEO
ASSY
(AWX7371)
Q Q 1/3- Q 3/3
DOLBY DIGITAL
CN9551
ASSY
(AWX7373)
J4
7P
B
A A 1/2, A 2/2
INPUT ASSY
(AWX7209)
C
N
O
VIDEO ASSY
(AWX7235)
SVIDEO ASSY
(AWX7237)
D
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
A
I
SW
C POWER
ASSY
B
HEADPHONE
ASSY
(AWX7229)
(AWX7222)
FRONT ASSY
(AWX7215)
1 ASSY
K TRANS
(AWX7231)
POWER TRANSFORMER (T1)
(KUXJI TYPE : ATS7234)
(KCXJI TYPE : ATS7235)
J
B
TRANS 2 ASSY
(AWX7232)
L
BARRIER ASSY
(AWX7284)
M
FET ASSY
(AWX7228)
D D 1/2, D
C
AMP ASSY
(KUXJI TYPE : AWX7223)
(KCXJI TYPE : AWX7331)
J52 J51
FU1 REK1087 (10A)
KCXJI FU2 VEK1027 (7A)
TYPE
ONLY FU701 REK1087 (10A)
F
E
R.C.SP.
CONNECT ASSY
(AWX7286)
F.SP.
CONNECT ASSY
(AWX7285)
AC POWER CORD
: ADG7024
AC120V
60Hz
D
H
G
REAR SP ASSY
(AWX7250)
FRONT LARGE ASSY
(AWX7288)
7
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.2 INPUT ASSY (1/2)
P CN602
A 1/2 INPUT ASSY(1/2)
A
JA102 (1/2)
AKB7113
JA103 (1/2)
AKB7113
(AWX7209)
• FUNCTION BLOCK
JA102 (2/2)
AKB7113
JA101 (2/2)
AKB7113
JA101 (1/2)
AKB7113
B
TO
FM/AM TUNER UNIT
JA103 (2/2)
AKB7113
C
A 2/2
D
8
A 1/2
1
D 1/2
2
406
B CN202
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A 2/2
L ch
C ch
FL ch
A
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (CENTER)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (FRONT)
Q 1/3
CN9801
B
O
J
CN554
352
C
N
CN507
Q 1/3
CN9802
D
B CN202
5
6
7
A 1/2
8
9
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.3 INPUT ASSY (2/2)
A
A 2/2 INPUT ASSY(2/2)
(AWX7209)
• E. VOL BLOCK
A 1/2
3k
IC301
LC7535M
(LC7536M)
B
120p
12k
A 1/2
A 1/2
C
3k
12k
3k
IC303
LC7535M
(LC7536M)
68p
68p
12k
D
10
A 2/2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A
FL ch
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (FRONT)
B
3k
12k
3k
IC302
LC7535M
(LC7536M)
A 1/2
120p
120p
12k
C
D
5
6
7
A 2/2
8
11
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.4 FRONT and POWER SW ASSEMBLIES
A 1/2
D
CN111
A
FRONT ASSY
(AWX7215)
0.47/5.5
B
REMOTE
RECEIVER
UNIT
B
MASTER VOLUME
C
C
POWER SW
ASSY
(AWX7222)
Q 1/3
CN9551
D
12
B C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
D 2/2
CN401
A
B
FRONT ASSY
S201 : SIGFNAL SELECT
S202 : MIDNIGHT
S203 : DIGITAL NR
S205 : –
BASS
S206 : +
S207 : –
TREBLE
S208 : +
S209 : SPEAKERS
S210 : LOUDNESS
S211 : DIRECT
S212 : TAPE2 MONITOR
S213 :
/ DTS
S214 : DSP MODE
S217 : DVD/LD
S218 : TV/SAT
S219 : CD
S220 : FM/AM
S221 : VCR 1
S222 : VCR 2
S223 : MD/TAPE1
S224 : VIDEO
S229 : CLASS
S230 : MEMORY
S231 : MPX MODE
S233 : –
STATION/FREQUENCY
S234 : +
S235 : TUNING SELECT
S250 : MASTER VOLUME
C
D
5
6
7
B
8
13
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.5 AMP (1/2), F.SP.CONNECT, R.C.SP.CONNECT, FRONT LARGE
and REAR SP ASSEMBLIES
A
4.7/50
B
CN112
4.7/50
A 1/2
4.7/50
18p
4.7/50
C
4.7/50
D
D 1/2 AMP ASSY(1/2)
D 2/2
JA413
AKB7111
14
D 1/2
1
2
(KUXJI TYPE : AWX7223)
(KCXJI TYPE : AWX7331)
3
4
D 2/2
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A
FL ch
D 2/2
E
0.1
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (FRONT)
F.SP. CONNECT ASSY
(AWX7285)
G
FRONT LARGE ASSY
(AWX7288)
0.1
0.1
AKE7036
B
JA653
AKB7111
1.2k
22k
C
0.1
AKE7041
H
0.1
F
REAR SP ASSY
(AWX7250)
R.C.SP. CONNECT ASSY
(AWX7286)
D
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. ICP-N25, MFD BY
ROHM CO., LTD. FOR IC404 and IC405.
D 2/2
5
6
D 1/2 E F G H
7
8
15
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.6 AMP (2/2), HEADPHONE, TRANS 2, TRANS 1, BARRIER
and FET ASSEMBLIES
D 1/2
B CN203
A
D 2/2
AMP ASSY(2/2)
(KUXJI TYPE : AWX7223)
(KCXJI TYPE : AWX7331)
B
+43.1
–43.1
C
HP
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(HEAD PHONE)
I
1000/25
ATT1223
HEADPHONE
ASSY
(AWX7229)
D
16
D 2/2 I
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
M FET ASSY (AWX7228)
A
L
BARRIER ASSY
(AWX7284)
B
MAIN TRANS.
+66.1
KUXJI
TYPE
1.8k
NP
REK1087
10A
KCXJI
TYPE
A 1/2
–66.1
CN115
J
C
TRANS 2 ASSY
(AWX7232)
MAIN TRANS.
VEK1027
7A
AC OUTLET
K
TRANS 1 ASSY
(AWX7231)
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. ICP-N70, MFD BY
ROHM CO., LTD. FOR IC351 - IC354.
REK1087
10A
ATF7018
LIVE
AC120V
60Hz
NEUTRAL AC POWER CORD
ADG7024
D
• NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT
CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS ONLY.
5
6
D 2/2 J K L M
7
8
17
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.7 VIDEO, SVIDEO and FRONT VIDEO ASSEMBLIES
N
A
VIDEO ASSY
(AWX7235)
B
C
A 1/2
CN110
NJM4558D-D
CN601
NJM4558D-D
A 1/2
CN105
NJM4558D-D
D
NJM4558D-D
O
18
N O P
1
CN555
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
Y
O
SVIDEO ASSY
(AWX7237)
C
DC
: S-VIDEO Y-SIGNAL ROUTE
: S-VIDEO C-SIGNAL ROUTE
A
: S-VIDEO C-DC ROUTE
P
CN602
B
A 1/2
CN109
C
P
FRONT
VIDEO
ASSY
(AWX7371)
PCB BINDER
Y20 ADX7248
D
5
6
7
O P
8
19
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
3.8 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY (1/3)
A
A 1/2
CN108
Q 2/3
B
Q 3/3
C9103
1000p
C9121
(R9103)
0
R9102
(C9127)
470p
C
D
20
Q 1/3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A
Q 2/3
Q 1/3 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY(1/3)
(AWX7373)
• INPUT, CODEC & CONTROL BLOCK
Q 2/3
Q 3/3
B
C9506
(R9521)
47k
C
7.7MHz
Q 3/3
Q 3/3
D
B
A 1/2
5
CN201
CN113
6
7
Q 1/3
8
21
1
2
3
4
3
4
VSX-D608
3.9 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY (2/3)
A
Q 1/3
B
Q 1/3
C
D
22
Q 2/3
1
2
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
Q 2/3 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY(2/3)
(AWX7373)
• DSP & MEMORY BLOCK
A
B
C
D
5
6
7
Q 2/3
8
23
1
2
3
4
3
4
VSX-D608
3.10 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY (3/3)
Q 1/3
A
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
B
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
C
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
Q 1/3
D
24
Q 3/3
1
2
Q 1/3
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
Q 3/3 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY(3/3)
(AWX7373)
• OUTPUT FILTER & MUTE BLOCK
NJM4558MD
A
Q 1/3
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
B
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
C
NJM4558MD
NJM4558MD
D
5
6
7
Q 3/3
8
25
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
4.1 INPUT and FRONT VIDEO ASSEMBLIES
A
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic
diagrams.
2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic
diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB
Diagrams
Symbol In Schematic
Diagrams
B C E B C E
3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for
several destinations.
For further information for respective destinations, be sure to
check with the schematic diagram.
4. View point of PCB diagrams.
Part Name
Connector
Capacitor
Transistor
B C E
B
C
E B
C
SIDE A
E
Transistor
with resistor
B C E
D
G S D
G S
Field effect
transistor
D G S
P.C.Board
SIDE B
Chip Part
Resistor array
3-terminal
regulator
D 406
J 352
A INPUT ASSY
B
C
P FRONT VIDEO ASSY
D
(ANP7267-B)
O CN555
Q CN980
Q1351
IC107 IC108
26
A P
1
IC104-IC106
IC110
SIDE A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A
FM/AM TUNER
UNIT
B CN202
O CN554
B
C
D
(ANP7273-A)
Q CN9802
Q CN9801
N CN507
IC102
IC103
Q104-Q107
Q101-Q103
IC101
SIDE A
5
6
7
A
8
27
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
A
A INPUT ASSY
B
C
D
IC109
IC307-IC309
SIDE B
28
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A
B
C
(ANP7273-A)
07-IC309 IC301-IC303 IC304-IC306
D
IC310
SIDE B
5
6
7
A
8
29
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.2 FRONT and POWER SW ASSEMBLIES
D CN401
A
B
C POWER
Q202
Q205 Q204 Q282 Q281 IC281
Q203
Q201
SW ASSY
C
D
30
B C
1
IC201
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
A CN111
A
(ANP7273-A)
SIDE A
B FRONT ASSY
B
Q CN9551
Q201
Q207 Q206
C
B FRONT ASSY
(ANP7273-A)
SIDE B
D
5
6
7
B
8
31
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.3 AMP, HEADPHONE and FET ASSEMBLIES
A
(ANP7267-B)
M FET ASSY
Q1452
Q1451
J
(ANP7267-B)
I
HEADPHONE
ASSY
351
356
B
J
353
SIDE A
B
CN203
D AMP ASSY
C
A
CN112
D
Q403
IC405
32
D I M
1
2
Q404
Q407 Q401
Q1404 Q1405
Q405
IC401
3
Q406
Q402
Q408
4
Q1402
IC4
5
6
7
8
VSX-D608
K J52
K J51
A
LIVE
NEUTRAL
B
LIVE
AC IN
NEUTRAL
F 691
C
E 686
D
(ANP7267-B)
02
IC403
Q1436 Q1435
IC701
Q701 Q715
Q1403 Q1401 Q451 Q457
Q455
5
Q453
6
Q454
Q456 Q458
IC402
IC711
IC404
Q452
7
Q1433
Q711-Q714
Q1434
D
8
33
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.4 F.SP.CONNECT, R.C.SP.CONNECT, FRONT LARGE
and REAR SP ASSEMBLIES
A
G FRONT LARGE
ASSY
Q628
Q626
Q627
Q631
B
Q629
Q630
(ANP7268-B)
E F.SP.
CONNECT
ASSY
(ANP7267-B)
D 408
D 402
Q652
Q651
C
(ANP7267-B)
F
D
H REAR SP
H REAR SP
ASSY
ASSY
(ANP7273-A)
SIDE B
34
E F G H
1
R.C.SP.
CONNECT
ASSY
2
SIDE A
3
4
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.5 TRANS 2, TRANS 1 and BARRIER ASSEMBLIES
A
L
BARRIER
ASSY
(ANP7267-B)
J
TRANS 2 ASSY
(ANP7267-B)
B
IC354
A CN115
D 404
IC351
IC353
D 405
C
POWER TRANSFORMER (T1)
K TRANS 1
ASSY
(ANP7267-B)
J52
J51
D
D
SIDE A
1
2
3
J K L
4
35
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.6 DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY
A
IC9391
B
CN201
IC9374
IC9501
Q9609
Q9608
IC9373
A
Q9607
CN113
Q9610 IC9372
Q9606 IC9604
B
Q9605
IC9371
Q9604 IC9603 IC9705
Q9603
Q9602
Q9601 IC9602 IC9361
A
IC9321
CN108
IC9601 IC9311
C
IC9451
IC9702 IC9701
IC9401
IC9704 IC9703
Q9203 Q9204
Q9401
IC9201
Q9402
Q9201
Q9202
D
Q DOLBY
(ANP7297-A)
SIDE A
36
Q
1
DIGITAL
ASSY
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
Q DOLBY
A
DIGITAL
ASSY
B
C
IC9151 IC9101
D
SIDE B
(ANP7297-A)
1
2
3
Q
4
37
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
4.7 VIDEO and SVIDEO ASSEMBLIES
A
IC501
Q501-Q505
Q506
IC502
IC503
N VIDEO ASSY
B
(ANP7267-B)
A CN110
O SVIDEO ASSY
Q557 Q556 Q551 Q552
IC553
IC552
Q554
Q553
IC551
P CN602
C
(ANP7268-B)
D
A CN109
SIDE A
38
N O
1
2
3
4
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES:
• Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
• The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
• When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
561 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
560 Ω
→
56 × 101 →
473 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
47k Ω
→
47 × 103 →
0.5 Ω
→
R50 ..................................................................................... RN2H R 5 0 K
1Ω
→
1R0 ..................................................................................... RS1P 1 R 0 K
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5621 ...................................................... RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
5.62k Ω →
562 × 101 →
LIST OF WHOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES
Mark
Part No.
VSX-D608
Symbol and Description
KUXJI Type
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
Remarks
KCXJI Type
INPUT ASSY
INPUT ASSY
FRONT ASSY
POWER SW ASSY
REAR SP ASSY
AWK7472
AWX7209
AWX7215
AWX7222
AWX7250
AWK7472
AWX7209
AWX7215
AWX7222
AWX7250
AMP ASSY
AMP ASSY
FET ASSY
HEADPHONE ASSY
TRANS 1 ASSY
TRANS 2 ASSY
VIDEO ASSY
FRONT VIDEO ASSY
BARRIER ASSY
F.SP.CONNECT ASSY
R.C.SP.CONNECT ASSY
AWK7480
AWX7223
AWX7228
AWX7229
AWX7231
AWX7232
AWX7235
AWX7371
AWX7284
AWX7285
AWX7286
AWK7502
AWX7331
AWX7228
AWX7229
AWX7231
AWX7232
AWX7235
AWX7371
AWX7284
AWX7285
AWX7286
EXCELLENT ASSY
SVIDEO ASSY
FRONT LARGE ASSY
AWK7485
AWX7237
AWX7288
AWK7485
AWX7237
AWX7288
DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY
AWX7373
AWX7373
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
CAPACITORS
A INPUT ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC102,IC103
IC301-IC303
IC107,IC108
IC106
IC104
LC4966
LC7536M
NJM7805FA
NJM78M12FA
NJM78M15FA
IC105
IC101
IC109,IC304-IC310
Q101,Q104
Q1351
NJM79M15FA
TC9274N-001
UPC4570G2
2SC1740S
2SC2878
Q105
Q103
Q102,Q106
D109
D101-D108
KRA101M
KRA103M
KRC103M
1SS355
S5566G(TPB2)
D110
UDZS5.1B
C131-C133
C300,C301,C322,C323
C344,C345
C316,C340,C341
C1316,C1319,C1322
CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH102J50
CCSQCH102J50
CCSQCH121J50
CCSQCH561J50
C1312,C1313
C1300,C1301,C153,C306,C307
C328,C329
C137,C138
C147
CCSQCH680J50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M16
C134-C136
C1302,C1303,C304,C305
C308,C309,C326,C327
C330,C331,C348,C349
C145
CEAT101M25
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT222M35
C127,C128
C146
C144
C1314,C1315,C320,C321
C342,C343
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT332M16
CEAT332M35
CEAT470M25
CEAT470M25
39
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Part No.
Mark No.
C142
C129,C130,C1352,C1354
C1351
C1306,C1307,C1310,C1311
C1355,C1356,C139-C141,C143
Description
CEAT470M35
CEAT4R7M50
CKSQYB102K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
RESISTORS
C148-C151,C154,C156,C157
C312,C313,C318,C319
C334,C335,C338,C339
C155
C1353
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB104K16
CKSQYB222K50
OTHERS
C302,C303,C324,C325
C346,C347
CKSQYB683K25
CKSQYB683K25
RESISTORS
All Resistors
RS1/10S
11P FFC CONNECTOR
13P FFC CONNECTOR
17P FFC CONNECTOR
26P FFC CONNECTOR
5P JUMPER CONNECTOR
Part No.
R230
R225
Other Resistors
X201
RA8T103J
RA9T104J
RS1/10S
204
CN201
CN203
CERAMIC RESONATOR
(7.7MHz)
4P CABLE HOLDER
15P FFC CONNECTOR
21P FFC CONNECTOR
CN202
V201
201
26P FFC CONNECTOR
52045-2645
FL TUBE
AAV7062
REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT GP1U27X
J
ASS1055
51063-0405
52044-0745
52045-2145
J
OTHERS
CN109
CN114
CN110
CN111
CN115
Description
52045-1145
52045-1345
52045-1745
52045-2645
52147-0510
C POWER SW ASSY
SEMICONDUCTOR
D291
BR3371XJ30A
SWITCH
CN112 14P JUMPER CONNECTOR
CN104 6P PIN JACK
JA101-JA103 6P PIN JACK
CN105 KR CONNECTOR
CN108 15P PLUG
52147-1410
AKB7015
AKB7113
B5B-PH-K-S
KM200TA15
CN113 7P PLUG
120-122 PCB BINDER
KM200TA7
VEF1040
B FRONT ASSY
D225,D226,D229
D227,D228
PDG232A
2SA933S
2SC1740S
KRC101M
1SS355
1SS355
UDZS5.1B
COIL
L201
LFA2R2J
SWITCHES
S201-S203,S205-S214
S217-S224,S229-S231
S233-S235
S250
ASG1034
ASG1034
ASG1034
ASX7004
CAPACITORS
40
ASG1034
RESISTORS
All Resistors
RS1/10S
J
OTHERS
291
4P CABLE HOLDER
51063-0405
D AMP ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC201
Q201,Q202
Q206,Q207
Q203-Q205
D201-D203,D205-D221
S291
C204 (0.047F/5.5V)
C220-C222
C217
C206,C208
C212
ACH7017
CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH102J50
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT470M25
C205
C202
C227
C201,C203,C211
C214
CEAT470M50
CEAT471M6R3
CEJA221M6R3
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB104K25
C209,C210
C207
CKSQYB473K50
CKSQYF104Z25
(1) CONTRAST TABLE
AWX7223 and AWX7331 are constructed the same except
for the following :
Mark Symbol and Description
H751, H752 FUSE CLIP
Part No.
AWX7223
Not used
AWX7331
AKR1004
Remarks
(2) PARTS LIST FOR AWX7223
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC404,IC405
IC711
IC701
IC401,IC402
IC403
ICP-N25
NJM4558D-D
NJM78M56FA
PAC007A
PAC008A
Q712
Q1404,Q1405
Q711
Q1402,Q403,Q404,Q453,Q454
Q405,Q406,Q455,Q456
2SA992
2SC1740S
2SC1845
2SC2240
2SC2705
Q1401,Q1403,Q1434,Q401,Q402
Q407,Q408,Q451,Q452
Q457,Q458
Q1436,Q714
Q1435,Q701
2SC2878
2SC2878
2SC2878
KRA103M
KRC101M
Q713,Q715
D1401,D1403-D1405,D1435
D401,D402,D405-D412
D451,D452,D455-D462
D703,D704,D715,D716
KRC103M
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Part No.
Mark No.
D711,D712
D713,D714
D701
D702
Description
D5SBA20
MTZJ18B
MTZJ5.1A
S5688G
OTHERS
L701
LINE FILTER
L1432,L1433 AF CHOKE COIL
ATF7018
ATH1004
409
404
408
402
405,407
COILS
SWITCH AND RELAYS
S701
RY401
RY701
ASH7002
ASR7001
ASR7016
CAPACITORS
Description
5P CABLE HOLDER
6P CABLE HOLDER
12P CABLE HOLDER
13P CABLE HOLDER
10P CABLE HOLDER
51048-0500
51048-0600
51048-1200
51048-1300
51052-1000
CN401 21P FFC CONNECTOR
JA413 1P PIN JACK
701
AC OUTLET 1P
H701-H704 FUSE CLIP
1,2
HEAT SINK B
52045-2145
AKB7111
AKP1060
AKR1004
ANH1021
T701
J14
J10
J18
J19
ATT1223
D20PYY0520E
D20PYY1415E
DB020ND0
DB925ND0
POWER TRANSFORMER
JUMPER WIRE 5P
JUMPER WIRE 14P
BOARD IN WIRE
BOARD IN WIRE
C711,C712 (0.01µF/AC250V)
C704,C705 (10000pF/AC250V)
C715,C716 (8200µF/71V)
C1408,C1410
C1420
ACG1005
ACG7020
ACH7018
CCCSL101K2H
CCCSL180J50
C1411,C415,C416,C465,C466
C437,C438,C479,C480
C1403,C1404,C405,C406
C455,C456
C1415,C423,C424,C473,C474
CCCSL221J50
CCCSL470J50
CEANP2R2M2A
CEANP2R2M2A
CEANP2R2M50
C436,C486
C412,C461,C462
C713,C714
C702
C414,C463,C464,C490
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M25
CEAT101M2A
CEAT102M25
CEAT1R0M50
C717,C718
C1419
C701
C1413,C1414,C421,C422
C471,C472
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT221M10
CEAT470M25
CEAT4R7M2A
CEAT4R7M2A
C403,C404,C453,C454,C719
C1405,C411
C413
C1402
C1416,C427,C428,C475,C476
CEAT4R7M50
CEHAQ101M25
CEHAQ1R0M50
CEHAQ4R7M50
CFTLA334J50
SEMICONDUCTORS
C1432,C1433
C1440
C1417,C1418,C429,C430
C477,C478
C1401,C401,C402,C451,C452
CFTYA104J50
CGCYX104M25
CKCYB102K50
CKCYB102K50
CKCYB331K50
COILS
C1412
C1407,C1409
C703,C706,C707
CKCYB471K2H
CKCYB471K50
CKCYF103Z50
CN701 AC CORD SOCKET
401,403,411,412 PCB BINDER
KN704 EARTH METAL FITTING
E
Part No.
RKP1751
VEF1040
VNF1084
F.SP. CONNECT ASSY
OTHERS
686
F
13P CABLE HOLDER
51048-1300
R.C.SP. CONNECT ASSY
OTHERS
691
12P CABLE HOLDER
51048-1200
G FRONT LARGE ASSY
Q626-Q628
Q629-Q631
D626-D628
KRA103M
KRC101M
1SS133
L627,L628 AF CHOKE COIL
ATH1004
RELAYS
RY626-RY628
ASR7001
CAPACITORS
RESISTORS
C627,C628
R1412,R423,R424,R473,R474
(0.22Ω, 5W)
R704
(2.2MΩ, 1/2W)
R703
R1409,R1410,R415,R416
RCN1080
RD1/2PM270J
RD1/4MUF331J
R465,R466
R419,R420,R469,R470
R1432,R1433
R1436,R1437
R1448
RD1/4MUF331J
RD1/4MUF820J
RD1/4PMF4R7J
RS1LMF4R7J
RS1LMF561J
Other Resistors
RD1/4PU
CFTYA104J50
ACN7094
RESISTORS
R629,R630
R631,R632
R626-R628
RD1/4LMF4R7J
RS1LMF4R7J
RS1LMF561J
OTHERS
CN627
CN626
8P SPEAKER TERMINAL
13P PLUG
AKE7036
AKM7006
J
41
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
H REAR SP ASSY
Description
Part No.
K TRANS 1 ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
OTHERS
Q652
Q651
D651,D652
2SC1740S
KRA101M
1SS355
L651
ATH1004
COIL
AF CHOKE COIL
Mark No.
J51
J52
L
LEAD WIRE UNIT
LEAD WIRE UNIT
DB035NB0
DB135NB0
BARRIER ASSY
OTHERS
RELAYS
RY651,RY652
ASR7001
CN681,CN682 4P SOCKET
KP200TA4L
CAPACITOR
C651
CFTYA104J50
SEMICONDUCTORS
RESISTORS
R652
R657
R651
Other Resistors
RD1/4LMF4R7J
RS1LMF4R7J
RS2LMF271J
RS1/10S
J
I
1P PIN JACK
SPEAKER TERMINAL 6P
12P PLUG
AKB7111
AKE7041
AKM7007
RS3LMF331J
OTHERS
JA1461 HEADPHONE JACK
RKB1014
TRANS 2 ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC351-IC354
D356
D357
D351,D352,D354,D355
ICP-N70
MTZJ20A
MTZJ9.1B
S5688G
CAPACITORS
C359
C358
C356
C355,C357
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M35
CEAT470M25
CEAT470M50
RESISTORS
R358
Other Resistors
RS1LMF182J
RD1/4PU
J
OTHERS
5P CABLE HOLDER
6P CABLE HOLDER
4P CABLE HOLDER
6P CABLE HOLDER
JUMPER WIRE 5P
CN354,CN355 4P PLUG
357,358 PCB BINDER
42
RESISTORS
RD1/4PMF101J
RD1/4PM
J
OTHERS
1451
10P CABLE HOLDER
51052-1000
SEMICONDUCTORS
R1461,R1462
352
353
356
351
J9
IRF540A
IRF9540A
N VIDEO ASSY
HEADPHONE ASSY
RESISTORS
J
Q1452
Q1451
R1451,R1452
Other Resistors
OTHERS
JA653
CN652
CN651
M FET ASSY
51048-0500
51048-0600
51052-0400
51052-0600
D20PYY0545E
KM200TA4
VEF1040
IC501
IC502,IC503
Q502
Q505
Q501
NJM2296D
NJM4558D-D
2SA1515
2SA933S
2SC3377
Q506
D503,D505-D510
D501,D502
KRC103M
1SS133
MTZJ6.2B
CAPACITORS
C505-C507
C501-C504,C511,C512,C535
C517,C518,C521,C522
C509,C510
C508,C513,C514,C523-C526
CCCSL221J50
CEAT470M25
CEAT4R7M50
CGCYX473M25
CKCYF103Z50
C531-C533
CKCYF103Z50
RESISTORS
R510,R511
Other Resistors
RS1LMF151J
RD1/4PU
J
OTHERS
CN507 17P FFC CONNECTOR
52045-1745
502,503 2P PIN JACK
AKB7017
JA501 3P PIN JACK
AKB7056
CN504 4P PIN JACK
AKB7087
JA505,JA506
RKN1004
REMOTE CONTROL JACK
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Part No.
Q DOLBY DIGITAL ASSY
O SVIDEO ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC551,IC552
IC553
Q554
Q551
Q552
NJM2296D
TC4051BP
2SA1515
2SA933S
2SC1740S
IC9401
IC9371
IC9201
IC9602-IC9604,IC9701-IC9705
IC9501
CS4226-KQ
KM68V1002AJ-15
NJM2100M
NJM4558MD
PD5501B
Q553
D555,D556,D559,D560
D557,D558
2SC3377
1SS133
MTZJ6.2B
IC9374
IC9391
IC9151
IC9101
IC9311
PDK038A
PQ20WZ51
TC74ACT151AF
TC74HCU04AF
TC74VHCT244AFT
C570-C575
C578,C579
C551,C555,C559,C563
C590,C591
C552,C556,C560,C564,C567
CCCSL221J50
CEAT470M10
CEAT470M25
CEAT470M25
CGCYX104M16
IC9451
IC9361
IC9601
IC9321
Q9201,Q9202,Q9601-Q9606
TC7SH08FU
TC7WU04F
TC9164AF
XCC56362PV100
2SC3326
C580-C582
C553,C557,C561,C565
C576,C577
C584,C585,C587
C554,C558,C562,C566
CGCYX104M16
CGCYX473M16
CGCYX473M16
CKCYF103Z50
CKPUYY103M16
Q9203,Q9402,Q9607,Q9609,Q9610 DTA124EK
Q9204,Q9401,Q9608
DTC124EK
D9601,D9602
1SS181
C568,C569
CKPUYY103M16
CAPACITORS
RESISTORS
R583,R584
Other Resistors
RS2LMF101J
RD1/4PU
J
OTHERS
CN554 11P FFC CONNECTOR
CN552,CN553
4P MINI DIN SOCKET
CN551 4P MINI DIN SOCKET
CN555 KR CONNECTOR 3P
P
Description
CEAT470M25
CGCYX104M25
CGCYX473M25
CKCYB471K50
CKCYF103Z50
RESISTORS
RD1/4PU
OTHERS
CN601
601
FRONT PIN JACK
PCB BINDER
ATL7002
DTF1064
QTL1013
QTL1013
CAPACITORS
AKP7043
B3B-PH-K-S
CAPACITORS
All Resistors
L9391,L9501,L9807,L9809
CHIP FERRITE BEAD
F9326,F9375,F9381
CHIP BEAD
L9101,L9102,L9151,L9311,L9361
CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR
L9402,L9403,L9451,L9801-L9805
CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR
52044-1145
AKP7020
FRONT VIDEO ASSY
C604,C608
C605-C607
C603
C609,C610
C611,C612
COILS AND FILTERS
AKX7007
VEF1040
J
C9334,C9365
C9341,C9349,C9355,C9357,C9358
C9373
C9300,C9301,C9304-C9307,C9309
C9314,C9316,C9366,C9368
CCSQCH100D50
CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH221J50
CCSQCH221J50
C9387,C9388,C9390,C9399,C9400
C9422,C9428,C9429
C9108,C9154,C9505
C9127
C9104
CCSQCH221J50
CCSQCH221J50
CCSQCH271J50
CCSQCH471J50
CCSQCH560J50
C9159,C9201,C9202,C9324,C9326
C9329,C9336,C9338,C9340,C9345
C9348,C9386
C9736
C9363,C9364
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH102J50
CCSRCH150J50
C9420,C9707,C9708,C9721,C9722
C9735
C9408,C9409
C9360,C9405,C9424,C9554
C9609,C9610,C9621,C9622
CCSRCH151J50
CCSRCH151J50
CCSRCH180J50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH221J50
C9362,C9629
C9411,C9426,C9427,C9452,C9508
C9601,C9602,C9605,C9606
C9613,C9614,C9617,C9618,C9625
C9639
CCSRCH271J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
C9105,C9109,C9151,C9312,C9372
C9383,C9393,C9402,C9501,C9801
C9410
C9713,C9714,C9727,C9728
C9739,C9740,C9803,C9805
CEJA101M10
CEJA101M10
CEJA1R0M50
CEJA220M25
CEJA220M25
43
VSX-D608
Mark No.
Part No.
Mark No.
C9207,C9343
C9203,C9204,C9391,C9401,C9415
C9454,C9603,C9604,C9615,C9616
C9627,C9628
C9205,C9206
Description
CEJA221M6R3
CEJA4R7M50
CEJA4R7M50
CEJA4R7M50
CEJANP100M10
6. ADJUSTMENT
C9103
C9101,C9107,C9153,C9313,C9322
C9332,C9333,C9342,C9344
C9350,C9351,C9353,C9354,C9367
C9374,C9636,C9637
CKSQYB102K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
C9158,C9504
C9407
C9330
C9430
C9102,C9115-C9117,C9119,C9421
CKSQYB104K16
CKSQYB224K16
CKSQYB474K16
CKSQYF103Z50
CKSQYF104Z25
C9423,C9431,C9607,C9608
C9619,C9620,C9631,C9632
C9709-C9712,C9723-C9726
C9737,C9738
C9323,C9325,C9327,C9335,C9337
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
C9339,C9346,C9347,C9352,C9361
C9385,C9626,C9642
C9705,C9706,C9719,C9720
C9733,C9734
C9633
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB122K50
C9703,C9704,C9717,C9718,C9731
C9406
C9359
C9701,C9702,C9715,C9716,C9729
C9732
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB562K50
CKSRYB682K50
CKSRYB682K50
C9123,C9125,C9451
C9208,C9209,C9404,C9807
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF104Z16
RESISTORS
R9103,R9109,R9115,R9151,R9157
R9377-R9380,R9382,R9386-R9388
R9520,R9690
R9108,R9121-R9123,R9125,R9126
R9165-R9167
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S102J
R9107
R9106,R9348,R9521,R9713,R9714
R9727,R9728,R9741,R9742
R9101
Other Resistors
RS1/10S222J
RS1/10S473J
RS1/10S473J
RS1/10S750J
RS1/16S
J
OTHERS
X9501
X9361
X9401
CERAMIC RESONATOR
(7.7MHz)
CRYSTAL RESONATOR
(20.000MHz)
CRYSTAL RESONATOR
(18.432MHz)
ASS1055
ASS7023
RSS1052
CN9551 7P FFC CONNECTOR
52044-0745
JA9103-JA9105
GP1F32R
OPTICAL RECEIVE MODULE
JA9107 OPTICAL SEND MODULE GP1F32T
CN9801 15P SOCKET
KP200TA15L
CN9802 7P SOCKET
JA9101 1P PIN JACK (NI, BL)
44
KP200TA7L
VKB1077
Description
Part No.
There is no information to be shown in this chapter.
VSX-D608
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 PARTS
7.1.1 IC
• The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
PDG232A (FRONT ASSY : IC201)
S8
S9
A19 82
A20 81
S6
S7
A17 84
A18 83
S5
S4
S3
G13/A13 88
G14/A14 87
G15/A15 86
A16 85
S2
S1
G12/A12 90
VDD 89
G10
G11
G10/A10 92
G11/A11 91
G8
G9
G8/A8 94
G9/A9 93
G6
G7
G6/A6 96
G7/A7 95
G4
G5
G4/A4 98
G5/A5 97
G2/A2 100
G3/A3 99
G3
•Pin Arrangement (Top View)
S10/KEY1
• System Control Microcomputer
G2
1
G1/A1
A21 80
S11/KEY2
G1
2
G0/A0
A22 79
S12/KEY3
NC
3
NC
A23 78
S13/KEY4
ACIN
4
PE0/EC0/INT
PH7/A24 77
S14/KEY5
RDS_DT
5
PE1/EC1/INT
PH6/A25 76
S15/KEY6
RDS_CK
6
PE2/INT2
PH5/A26 75
S16/KEY7
DSP_CS2
7
PE3/INT3/N
PH4/A27 74
S17/KEY8
RMC
8
PE4/RMC
PH3/A28 73
S18/KEY9
HPIN
9
PE5
PH2/A29 72
S19/KEY10
PH1/A30 71
S20/KEY11
PLL_CE
10 PE6/PWM
Not used
PF5/A42 59
Not used
DSP_SI
23 PB3/SI0
PF4/A43 58
ST_9274
DSP_SO
24 PB4/SO0
PF3/A44 57
LC4966
ST_EVR1
25 PB5/SCK1
PF2/A45 56
Not used
ST_EVR2
26 PB6/SI1
PF1/A46 55
V.MUTE
27 PB7/SO1
PF0/A47 54
T.MUTE
28 AVREF
PD7/A48 53
SVIDEO3
STEREO
29 PA1/AN0
PD6/A49 52
SVIDEO2
TUNED
30 PA1/AN1
PD5/A50 51
SVIDEO1
PLL_DO
50 PD4/A51
Not used
22 PB2/SCK0
DSP_CK
SYS_CK
PF6/A41 60
49 PD3/A52
21 PB1/CS0
SYS_DT
Not used
DSP_CS1
48 PD2/A53
PF7/A40 61
VIDEO3
20 PB0/CINT
47 PD1/A54
RY_AC
DSP_RST
VIDEO2
PG0/A39 62
46 PD0/A55
19 PC7/KR7
VIDEO1
RY_HP
A.MUTE
45 VFIP
PG1/A38 63
44 VDD
18 PC6/KR6
43 TEX
RY_C/R
ENC_B
42 TX
PG2/A37 64
41 VSS
17 PC5/KR5
40 XTAL
RY_A+B
ENC_A
39 EXTAL
PG3/A36 65
38 RST
16 PC4/KR4
37 AVSS
RY_B
DSP_MT
36 PA7/AN7
PG4/A35 66
TPOWON
15 PC3/KR3
35 PA6/AN6
RY_A
FM+(RDS)
MVR_ATT
PG5/A34 67
34 PA5/AN5
14 PC2/KR2
VDET(A/D)
VHVL
KEYIN3
33 PA4/AN4
PG6/A33 68
VREF(A/D)
13 PC1/KR1
32 PA3/AN3
S22/KEY13
KEYIN2
31 PA2/AN2
S21/KEY12
PG7/A32 69
AMP_OL
PH0/A31 70
12 PC0/KR0
AMP_DC
11 PE7/TO/ADJ
KEYIN1
45
VSX-D608
•Pin Function
No.
46
Pin Name
I/O
Pin Function
Active
1
G2
O
Grid output 2
H
2
G1
O
Grid output 1
H
3
NC
−
Connect to VDD
4
ACIN
I
AC pulse input
5
RDS_DT
I
Serial control data signal for DSP communication
6
RDS_CK
I
Serial control clock signal for DSP communication (used for external interrupt)
7
DSP_CS2
I
CS input from DSP microcomputer
8
RMC
I
Remote control signal input (no-carrier signal)
9
HPIN
I
Headphone connection detection (H : connect)
10
PLL_CE
O
Chip select signal for communication with LC72131 (tuner)
11
Not used
O
Open
12
KEYIN1
I
Key scan input 1
13
KEYIN2
I
Key scan input 2
14
KEYIN3
I
Key scan input 3
15
FM+(RDS)
O
Tr switch ON/OFF for power supply of RDS decoder (L : AM power off, H : others)
H
16
DSP_MT
I
Mute requirement from DSP microcomputer (H : Mute requirement)
H
17
ENC_A
I
Rotary encoder signal input A
18
ENC_B
I
Rotary encoder signal input B
19
AMUTE
O
Audio mute
L
20
DSP_RST
O
Reset signal of DSP microcomputer
L
21
DSP_CS1
O
CS output to DSP microcomputer
L
22
DSP_CK
O
Clock signal for communication with DSP microcomputer
H
23
DSP_SI
I
Data input signal for communication with DSP microcomputer
24
DSP_SO
O
Data output signal for communication with DSP microcomputer
H
25
ST_EVR1
O
Strobe 1 for electric volume LC7535M
H
26
ST_EVR2
O
Strobe 2 for electric volume LC7535M
H
27
PLL_DO
I
Data input signal for communication with LC72131 (tuner)
28
AVref
−
Connect to VDD
29
STEREO
I
Stereo/Monoral signal judgment signal
30
TUNED
I
TUNED information
31
AMP_DC
I
DC abnormality detection of protection circuit (L : Abnormality detection)
32
AMP_OL
I
Over-load detection of protection circuit (L : Abnormality detection)
33
VREF
I
Reference value (A/D) for detecting the AMP input signal level for VH/VL switch
34
VDET
I
AMP input signal level detection (A/D) for VH/VL switch
H
35
MVR_ATT
O
ATT control of master volume (L : Less than -20dB)
L
36
TPOWON
O
Tuner module ON/OFF (North America model only)
H
37
AVSS
−
Connect to VSS
38
RST
−
Reset
39
EXTAL
−
40
XTAL
−
41
VSS
−
Connect to VSS
42
TX
−
Open
43
TEX
−
Connect to VSS
44
VDD
−
+5V
45
VFDP
−
-30V
46
VIDEO1
47
VIDEO2
O
NJM2296D control
H
48
VIDEO3
49
SYS_DT
50
SYS_CK
O
Clock signal for communication with LC7535M and TC9274N-001
H
Connect to the oscillator (8MHz)
VSX-D608
No.
Pin Name
I/O
Pin Function
Active
51
SVIDEO1
52
SVIDEO2
53
SVIDEO3
54
TMUTE
55
VMUTE
56
Not used
O
Open
57
LC4966
O
Input switch the DVD 6ch
H
H
O
TC4051 control (S terminal control)
H
O
Tuner mute
H
O
Video mute
L
58
ST_9174
O
Strobe signal for communication with TC9174
59
Not used
O
Open
60
Not used
O
Open
61
Not used
O
Open
62
RY_AC
O
AC relay ON/OFF
H
63
RY_HP
O
Headphone relay ON/OFF
H
64
RY_C/R
O
Rear/Center relay ON/OFF
H
65
RY_A+B
O
Speaker A + B relay ON/OFF
H
66
RY_B
O
Speaker B relay ON/OFF
H
67
RY_A
O
Speaker A relay ON/OFF
H
68
VHVL
O
Power switch for AMP system (H : VH)
H
69
S22/KEY13
Segment output 22/key scan output 13
70
S21/KEY12
Segment output 21/key scan output 12
71
S20/KEY11
Segment output 20/key scan output 11
72
S19/KEY10
Segment output 19/key scan output 10
73
S18/KEY9
Segment output 18/key scan output 9
74
S17/KEY8
75
S16/KEY7
76
S15/KEY6
Segment output 15/key scan output 6
77
S14/KEY5
Segment output 14/key scan output 5
78
S13/KEY4
Segment output 13/key scan output 4
79
S12/KEY3
Segment output 12/key scan output 3
80
S11/KEY2
Segment output 11/key scan output 2
81
S10/KEY1
Segment output 10/key scan output 1
82
S9
Segment output 9
83
S8
Segment output 8
84
S7
Segment output 7
85
S6
86
S5
Segment output 5
87
S4
Segment output 4
88
S3
89
VDD
90
S2
Segment output 2
91
S1
Segment output 1
92
G11
Grid output 11
93
G10
Grid output 10
94
G9
Grid output 9
95
G8
96
G7
Grid output 7
97
G6
Grid output 6
98
G5
Grid output 5
99
G4
Grid output 4
100
G3
Grid output 3
Segment output 17/key scan output 8
O
O
Segment output 16/key scan output 7
Segment output 6
H
H
Segment output 3
−
O
5V
Grid output 8
H
Note :• In the power off condition (with the remote control unit key or the main unit tact key), set to "L" excepting tuner mute (pin 54). However, it
nothing is done against to the input port.
• When pin 10 and 11 detect "L" at the reset, be careful because it enter the microcomputer's own test mode.
47
VSX-D608
7.1.2 DISPLAY
AAV7062 (FRONT ASSY : V201)
• FL Indicator Tube
• Pin Assignment
• Pin Connection
• Grid Assignment
48
VSX-D608
• Anode Connection
49
VSX-D608
7.2 DISASSEMBLY
1 Remove the Bonnet. (seven screws)
2 Release three binders ( 1 ) from the Power Transformer (T1).
3 Remove all screws which fixing the Chassis.
• INPUT Assy (eight screws 2 , Card Spacer 3 )
Power Transformer (T1)
8 ×4
Heat Sink
3
4
7
5
• DSP Shield (screw 4 )
• Heat Sink (four screws 5 )
• AMP Assy (three screws 6 , Locking Card Spacer 7 )
• Power Transformer (T1) (four screws 8 )
1 ×4
2
• Rear Panel (three screws 9 )
2
DSP Shield
2
6
2
2
INPUT Assy
Rear Panel
6
5
9
9
9
AMP Assy
4 Put the Power Transformer on the bottom side, and stand the component sideways.
Front
Power Transformer (T1)
50
VSX-D608
5
Open the Chassis and Rear Panel
It can be disgnosed under this condition.
Show the principal PCB Assemblies
in the illustration.
A
INPUT Assy
(Side B)
D
AMP Assy
(Side B)
Chassis
Rear Panel
Rear View
Q
Chassis
DOLBY DIGITAL Assy
Front Panel
N
VIDEO Assy
O
B
S VIDEO Assy
FRONT Assy
J
TRANS 2 Assy
Rear Panel
Power Transformer (T1)
K
TRANS 1 Assy
Top View
51
52
Q
CN601
P
JA501
JA502
N
CN504
N
CN601
P
JA101
JA102
JA103
CN104
A
JA9105
JA9104
JA9103
JA9101
JA9107
IC109
A
CN551-CN553
O
IC552
O
CN551-CN553
A
IC310
H
RY651, RY652
O
O
Q
RY626
G
IC551
TAPE2 OUT
N
TAPE2 IN
IC501
IC101
A
IC102, IC103
A
D
IC401, IC402, IC403
A
IC301, IC302, IC303
D
RY401
RY627
G
RY628
G
I
D
H
H
JA413
JA653
CN652
CN627
G
JA1461
VSX-D608
7.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM
VSX-D608
7.4 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT [CU-VSX138 (AXD7178)]
7.4.1 Exploded Views and Parts List
NOTES:
• Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
• The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
• Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
• Parts List
2
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Filter
Name Plate
Rubber Sheet (A)
Rubber Sheet (B)
Spring (+)
AZA7152
AZA7304
AZA7308
AZA7307
AZB7049
6
7
8
9
10
Spring (–)
Spring
Screw
Remo-con Case (A)
Remo-con Case (B)
AZB7050
AZB7051
AZB7052
AZN7738
AZN7326
11
12
13
14
15
Battery Cover
Main Key (FF)
Main Key (STOP)
Main Key (REV)
Main Key (PAUSE)
AZN7327
AZN7666
AZN7741
AZN7665
AZN7742
16
17
Main Key (PLAY)
PCB
AZN7664
AZW7248
1
2
3
4
5
9
16
15
12
13
14
4
NSP
3
17
1
5
6
10
7
8
11
53
D
1
2
3
R2
220Ω
Q4
C3
1/50
X1
4.0MHz
Q2 - Q4 : RN4605 × 3
Q3
D2
RLS-73
T1
R18
0
P0D3
P0D2
P0D1
P0E3
P0E2
P0E0
R5
100kΩ
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
54
4
C4
1/50
T2
WDOUT
RESET
GND
XIN
XOUT
IC1
AZC7282
P0A0
P0A1
P0A2
P0A3
P0B0
P0B1
P0B2
P0B3
P0C0
P0C1
P0C2
P0C3
P0D0
P0D1
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
9
17 25 33
10 18 26 34
11 19 27 35
12 20 28 36
13 21 29 37
14 22 30 38
15 23 31 39
16 24 32 40
T3 T4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R7
100kΩ
T5
3.0V
KEY No.
No.
C1
220/6.3
R3
47Ω
C2
47/10
3
14
13
12
11
VDD
REM
P0E3
P0E2
P0E1
P0E0
INT
P0D3
P0D2
R6
100kΩ
10
C
Q1
2SC3265
R1
1.8Ω
D17
R16
Q2
: AMP (POWER)
: TV
(POWER)
: MUTING
: POWER
: TV FUNC.
: VOL.: VOL.+
:
:
:
:
: ENT.
:
CH:
CH+
: DVD/LD
: TV/SAT
: CD
: VCR1
: TUNER
: TV CONTROL
: VCR2
: AMP
: MD/TAPE
:1
:2
:3
:4
:5
:6
:7
:8
:9
: 10 (0)
: 11 (+10)
: 12 (DISC)
: DIRECT
: FUNCTION
: FL DIMMER
: MODE CHECK
: COMMANDER SET UP
2
D1
SE303A-C
D16
D15
R13
D14
R15
R12
D13
R11
D12
D11
R10
B
R14
R9
D10
R8
D9
D9 - D17 : CL-230HR-CD × 9
R8 - R16 : 240Ω × 9
K01
K02
K03
K04
K05
K06
K07
K08
K09
K10
K11
K12
K13
K14
K15
K16
K17
K18
K19
K20
K21
K22
K23
K24
K25
K26
K27
K28
K29
K30
K31
K32
K33
K34
K35
K36
K37
K38
K39
K40
SWITCHES
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7.4.2 Schematic Diagram
A
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
1
2
3
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7.4.3 PCB Diagram
A
K01
K02
K04
K03
K05
K10
K09
K12
K08
B
K11
K07
K06
K13
K14
K15
K16
K17
K18
K20
K19
K21
K22
K23
K24
K25
K26
K27
K28
K29
K30
K31
K32
K33
K34
K35
K37
K36
K39
C
K38
K40
D
SIDE A
SIDE B
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2
3
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7.4.4 PCB Parts List
NOTES: ¶Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
¶The
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
¶When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
560 Ω
= 56 × 101 = 561 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
47k Ω
= 47 × 103 = 473 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
0.5 Ω
= R50 ..................................................................................... RN2H Â 5 0 K
1Ω
= 1R0 ..................................................................................... RS1P 1 Â 0 K
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ω = 562 × 101 = 5621 ...................................................... RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1
Q1
Q2-Q4
D1
D2
AZC7282
2SC3265
RN4605
SE303A-C
RLS-73
D9-D17
CL-230HR-CD
CAPACITORS
C2
C1
C3,C4
CEAT470M10
CEAT221M6R3
CEATR10M50
RESISTORS
R1
Other Resistors
RS1/8S1R8J
RS1/10S
J
OTHERS
X1 CERAMIC RESONATOR
(4MHz)
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VSX-D608
8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 PANEL FACILITIES
Front Section
AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
VSX-D608
MASTER
VOLUME
STANDBY
CLASS
MPX
MODE
MEMORY
DSP
MODE
/ DTS
STANDBY/ON
–
STATION
+
–
FREQUENCY
+
TUNING
SELECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
DIGITAL
NR
DOWN
BASS
SPEAKERS
–
LOUDNESS
UP
TREBLE
+
–
+
DIRECT
VIDEO INPUT
TAPE 2
MONITOR
S-VIDEO
PHONES
VIDEO
L
AUDIO R
R
VCR 1
VCR 2
DVD/LD
TV/SAT
CD
FM/AM
MD/TAPE 1
VIDEO
DVD 5.1CH
1
STANDBY/ON button
Press to switch the receiver on or put in standby.
2 STANDBY indicator
Lights when the receiver is in standby mode. (Please note
that this receiver consumes a small amount of power (2.5
W) during the standby mode.)
0 Display
- TREBLE (+/–) button
Used to adjust high frequencies in the range of ±6.
= DIRECT button
Switches direct playback on or off. Use to bypass the
receiver’s tone control circuitry or level control for higher
fidelity to the program source. When DIRECT is ON,
Dolby, DSP, LOUDNESS, DNR and MIDNIGHT mode are
automatically turned OFF.
3 CLASS button
Press repeatedly to switch the preset station classes.
4 MEMORY button
Press to memorize a preset station.
5 MPX MODE button
Press to switch between auto stereo and monaural
(“MONO”) reception of FM broadcasts. When the
broadcast signal is weak, selecting “MONO” will improve
the sound quality.
~ Remote sensor
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to
operate the receiver.
!
/DTS button
Press repeatedly to select the standard Dolby/DTS mode
and the ADVANCED THEATER modes.
6 TUNING SELECT button
Press to switch between STATION and FREQUENCY.
7 SPEAKERS button
Press repeatedly to switch between A and B speaker
systems as follows.
3A
3B
3 A+B
3 OFF
8 LOUDNESS button
Switches the loudness on or off. Use to raise the level of
the low and high frequencies so they can be more easily
heard when listening at low volumes.
9 BASS (+/–) button
Press to adjust low frequencies in the range of ±6.
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@ SIGNAL SELECT button
Use to select input signals for the digital components.
First press DVD/LD, TV/SAT, MD/TAPE 1, CD or VCR 1
(( Function buttons) to select the component, then
press SIGNAL SELECT repeatedly to select one of the
following:
ANALOG : Selects the analog (R and L) audio signals.
DIGITAL : Selects the digital audio signals. This receiver
automatically detects and displays the format of the
signal being input. AC-3 lights when Dolby Digital
signals are input, and DTS lights when DTS signals are
input. (AC-3 and DTS decoding is switched
automatically.)
• SIGNAL SELECT is fixed in the “ANALOG” position
for components not assigned to one of the four digital
input jacks.
• Because the audio from a karaoke microphone and
LD recorded with analog audio only is not output from
the digital output, set SIGNAL SELECT to “ANALOG”.
• This receiver can only play back Dolby Digital and
PCM (32kHz, 44kHz, and 48kHz), and DTS digital
signal formats. With digital signal formats other than
these, set SIGNAL SELECT to “ANALOG”.
# DSP MODE button
Press repeatedly to select a DSP sound mode (HALL 1,
HALL 2, JAZZ, DANCE, THEATER 1, or THEATER 2).
Use these modes to produce surround sound from
standard (two channel) stereo sources.
$ MIDNIGHT button
Press to hear effective surround sound at low volume
levels. The effect is automatically adjusted according to
the volume level.
% DIGITAL NR button
Switches DIGITAL NR on or off. Use to reduce noise in
digital audio sources.
^ MASTER VOLUME
After turning on the desired component, rotate to adjust
the volume.
& PHONES jack
Connect headphones for private listening (the speakers
turn off automatically).
* STATION/FREQUENCY (+/–) button
STATION: Press to select the preset channel.
FREQUENCY: Press to select the frequency.
( Function buttons
Selects the function. Each press switches the DVD/LD
input between DVD/LD and DVD 5.1 channel.
) TAPE 2 MONITOR button
Switches the TAPE 2 monitor on or off.
_ VIDEO INPUT jacks
Connect a video camera, video game system, etc. to the
VIDEO INPUT jacks.
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Display
SIGNAL
SELECT
ANALOG
PRO LOGIC
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
AC-3
L
C R
DTS
LS S RS
LFE
SFC
ATT
5-D THEATER
MIDNIGHT
1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators
Light to indicate the type of input signal selected for the
current component (refer to “Front Panel” @ SIGNAL
SELECT).
ANALOG : Lights when the analog audio signals are
selected.
DIGITAL : Lights when the digital audio signals are
selected.
AC-3 : Lights when a source with Dolby Digital signals is
played.
DTS : Lights when a source with DTS audio signals is
played.
2 Digital indicators
dts : Lights when DTS signals are input. ( /DTS mode
is ON)
PRO LOGIC : When the Dolby mode on the reciever is
on, this indicator lights during 2 channel playback of
Dolby Digital sources.
DIGITAL : When the Dolby mode on the reciever is on,
this indicator lights to indicate playback of a Dolby Digital
signal. However,
PRO LOGIC lights during 2 channel
playback of Dolby Digital.
3 SFC (DSP) mode indicator
Lights when the DSP mode or ADVANCED THEATER
mode (exept for 5-D THEATER) is selected.
4 ATT indicator
Lights when ATT (refer to “Remote Control” 7 Number
buttons) is used to reduce the level of the input signal.
(Available in ANALOG mode only)
5 Overload indicator
When “ANALOG” is selected in SIGNAL SELECT, this
indicator lights when an excessively strong signal is being
processed . When this indicator lights, press ATT on the
remote control to attenuate (lower) the signal and prevent
distortion.
6 5-D THEATER indicator
Lights when 5-D THEATER is selected.
7 MIDNIGHT indicator
Lights when the MIDNIGHT mode is on.
8 DNR indicator
Lights when the DIGITAL NR is on.
DNR
H.P
DIRECT
MONO
LOUDNESS STEREO TUNED
SP AB
dB
9 LOUDNESS indicator
Lights when loudness is on (refer to “Front Panel” 8
LOUDNESS).
0 DIRECT indicator
Lights when direct playback is on (refer to “Front Panel”
= DIRECT).
- Tuner indicators
STEREO : Lights when an FM stereo broadcast is
received in the auto stereo mode.
TUNED : Lights when a broadcast is received.
MONO : Lights when the tuner is set to receive FM
broadcasts in monaural.
= H.P indicator
Lights when headphones are plugged in.
~ Speaker indicators
Light to indicate the current speaker system (refer to
“Front Panel” 7 SPEAKERS (A/B)).
SP 3 A : Lights when speaker system A is selected.
SP 3 B : Lights when speaker system B is selected.
! Program format indicators
The following indicators light to show the channels being
played back.
L : Left front*1*2, C : Center*1, R : Right front*1*2,
LS : Left surround*1,S : Surround (mono)*2,
RS : Right surround*1
*1: Indicates 5.1ch Dolby Digital playback.
*2: Indicates Dolby surround playback.
@ LFE indicator
LFE (Low Frequency Effects) indicator lights to indicate
that the program source contains an LFE channel. The
indicator to the left of LFE lights during actual playback of
the LFE signals (LFE signals are not present in all parts
of the sound track).
# Character display
$ Volume level display
Displays the volume level. Volume level is maintained
even when the power is off. ---dB indicates the minimum
level, and 0dB indicates the maximum level.
• Depending on the level settings for individual
channels, the MAX level can range between –10dB
and 0dB.
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Remote Control Unit
7 Number buttons
TV
RECEIVER
G
TIN
MU
TV
FU
NC
FQ
+
ENTER
–
FQ
VOL
VOL
CHANNEL
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD
TV/SAT
CD
VCR 1
TV CONTROL
TUNER
RECEIVER
MD/TAPE
VCR 2
MIDNIGHT
DSP MODE
1
2
CH.SELECT TEST TONE
5
ATT SIG.SELECT
6
8
7
CN.LEVEL
9
4
3
EFFECT
0
+10
MEMU
CLASS
FUNCTION
DIRECT
MODE CHECK
TV/VCR
FL DIMMER
COMMANDER
SET UP
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
1 RECEIVER button
Press to switch the receiver on or to put in standby.
2 MUTING button
Press to mute the volume. “MUTING” appears in the
display. Press again to cancel.
3 %˜fi˜@˜#˜ENTER buttons
Specific use of these buttons is described in conjunction
with the operations they are used in.
ENTER : Press to switch the band (FM/AM) when using
the tuner.
4 VOL (+/–) buttons
Press to adjust the volume. When VOL (+/–) buttons are
pressed while muting, muting is canceled.
5 CHANNEL (+/–) button
Use to select preset stations when operating the tuner.
When the remote is used to control other components,
this button may be used to change channels, tracks, or
chapters.
6 MULTI CONTROL buttons
Use these buttons to select the source and
corresponding remote operation mode.
For example, pressing TUNER selects the built in tuner
and sets the remote to operate the tuner functions.
These buttons can perform a variety of different functions
depending on the remote operation mode.
• [RECEIVER operations (press RECEIVER first)]
: Press repeatedly to select the standard Dolby/DTS
mode and the ADVANCED THEATER modes.
DSP MODE : Press repeatedly to select a DSP sound
mode.
MIDNIGHT : Press to hear surround sound effectively at
low volumes.
CH.SELECT : Use to select a speaker when adjusting
speaker levels.
TEST TONE : Press to switch the test tone on or off
when listening to a surround mode.
ATT : Press to attenuate (lower) the level of the input
signals and prevent distortion (refer to “Display” 5
Overload indicator).
SIG.SELECT : When the same component uses both
analog and digital connections, use to select input signals
as digital or analog.
CH.LEVEL (–/+) : Use to adjust individual speaker levels.
EFFECT (+/–) : Use to adjust the DSP mode effect level.
• [TUNER operations (press TUNER first)]
Number buttons (0~9) : During preset tuning, use to
input the number of the preset station. Use to input the
station frequency during direct tuning.
CLASS (+10) : Press repeatedly to switch the preset
station classes during preset tuning.
MENU : Press to activate direct tuning.
8 FUNCTION button
Press repeatedly to select a source.
9 MODE CHECK button
Press to confirm the current remote operation mode and
to switch operation modes without changing the source .
0 Power button
Press to turn on or put in standby all connected
components other than this unit.
- TV/TV FUNC button
Press TV to turn the TV’s power on or put in standby.
Press TV FUNC to select the TV for remote control
operation.
= RECEIVER button
Press to select the receiver for remote control operation.
~ FL DIMMER button
Press to adjust the brightness of the fluorescent display.
Four levels of brightness ranging from very dim to very
bright can be selected.
! COMMANDER SET UP button
Use to customize the remote control functions.
@ DIRECT button
Use to playback original source audio. When DIRECT is
ON, Dolby, DSP, LOUDNESS, DNR and MIDNIGHT
mode are automatically turned OFF.
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Audio Components Connections
Be sure to switch power to standby and remove the power cord from the wall outlet when you make or change
connections.
Connect your audio components as shown below.
FRONT SPEAKERS
ANTENNA
R
L
A
DIGITAL IN
OPT
1 PCM/
/DTS
OPT
2
OPT
3
AM
LOOP
ANTENNA
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
SURROUND
L
SUBWOOFER
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
B
OUT
VIDEO
CONTROL
OPT
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
IN
R
L
CAUTION:
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
8Ω OR 8Ω~16Ω / SPEAKER
OUT
CENTER
PREOUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAX
PCM/
/DTS
DIGITAL
IN
S2
S2
TO
MONITOR
TV
R
IN
CENTER
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
L
L
R
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
CAUTION: SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
8~16Ω / SPEAKER
CENTER
SPEAKER
R
REC
PLAY
PLAY
CD
MD/TAPE 1
PLAY
REC
TAPE 2 MONITOR
REC
TV/
SAT
DVD/
LD
DVD 5.1 CH
FRONT
VCR 1
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
VCR 2
PLAY
OUTPUT
REC
L
L
L
L
R
R
R
R
MD recorder
or Cassette deck
6~LESS THAN 8Ω /
SPEAKER
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
CD player
L
R
Cassette deck
*The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.
7 Audio cords
Cassette Deck Installment
Use audio cords (not supplied) to connect the audio
components.
L
R
Connect red plugs to R (right)
and white plugs to L (left).
Be sure to insert completely.
Depending on where the cassette deck is placed, noise may
occur during playback of your cassette deck which is caused
by leakage flux from the transformer in the receiver. If you
experience noise, move the cassette deck farther away from
the receiver.
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8.2 SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier Section
Continuous average power output of 100
watts* per channel, min., at 8 ohms, from 20
Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.09 %**
total harmonic distortion (front).
*
Measured pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission’s Trade
Regulation rule on Power Output Claims for Amplifiers.
** Measured by Audio Spectrum Analyzer.
Continuous Power Output
Front .................................... 100 W + 100 W (1 kHz, 0.8 %, 8 Ω)
Center ............................................... 100 W (1 kHz, 0.8 %, 8 Ω)
Rear .................................... 100 W + 100 W (1 kHz, 0.8 %, 8 Ω)
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
VCR 1, VCR 2, DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO, CD, MD/TAPE, TAPE 2
........................................................................ 200 mV/47 kΩ
Frequency Response
VCR 1, VCR 2, DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO, CD, MD/TAPE, TAPE 2
+0
....................................................... 5 Hz to 100,000 Hz –3 dB
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR 1 REC, VCR 2 REC MD/TAPE REC, TAPE 2 REC ...... 200 mV/2.2 kΩ
Tone Control
BASS .................................................................. ± 6 dB (100 Hz)
TREBLE ............................................................. ± 6 dB (10 kHz)
LOUDNESS ................................. +7 dB/+6 dB (100 Hz/10 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF, short circuited, A network)
VCR 1, VCR 2, DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO, CD, MD/TAPE, TAPE 2 ............ 97 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio [EIA, at 1 W (1 kHz)]
VCR 1, VCR 2, DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO, CD, MD/TAPE, TAPE 2 ............ 80 dB
VIDEO Section
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
VCR 1, VCR 2, DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO ................. 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR 1, VCR 2, MONITOR ....................................... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Frequency Response
+0
VCR 1, VCR 2, MONITOR ........................... 5 Hz to 7 MHz –3 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................................. 55 dB
Cross Talk .............................................................................. 55 dB
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity ....................................... Mono: 20.2 dBf
Stereo: 38.6 dBf
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ................................ Mono: 73 dB (at 85 dBf)
Stereo: 70 dB (at 85 dBf)
Distortion ....................................................... Stereo: 0.5 % (1 kHz)
Alternate Channel Selectivity ................................ 60 dB (400 kHz)
Stereo Separation ..................................................... 40 dB (1 kHz)
Frequency Response .............................. 30 Hz to 15 kHz (± 1) dB
Antenna Input ....................................................... 75 Ω unbalanced
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ..................... 531 kHz to 1,620 kHz (9 kHz step)
530 kHz to 1,700 kHz (10 kHz step)
Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna) ....................................... 350 µV/m
Selectivity ............................................................................... 25 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................................. 50 dB
Antenna ..................................................................... Loop antenna
Miscellaneous
Power Requirement ............................................... AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption ................................................. 280 W, 400 VA
Power Consumption in Standby mode ................................... 2.5 W
AC Outlet
SWITCHED ............................................... 100 W (0.8 A) MAX
Dimensions ................................. 420 (W) × 158 (H) × 401 (D) mm
16-9/16 (W) × 6-1/4 (H) × 15-6/8 (D) in
Weight (without package) ................................. 9.8 kg (21 lb 10 oz)
Furnished Parts
FM Antenna ................................................................................... 1
AM Loop Antenna ......................................................................... 1
Dry Cell Batteries (SIZE “AA” (IEC LR6)) ..................................... 2
Remote Control Unit ..................................................................... 1
Operating Instructions ................................................................... 1
Sub instruction manual [System Set up] ....................................... 1
NOTE:
Specifications and the design are subject to possible modifications without
notice, due to improvements.
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ......................................... 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ..................... Mono: 13.2 dBf, IHF (1.3 µV/75 Ω)
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “AC-3”, “Pro Logic”, “ and double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. © 1992 - 1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All
rights reserved.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc. Manufactured under licence from
Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Accessories
FM wire antenna
(ADH7004)
62
AM loop antenna
(ATB7009)
Remote control unit
(CU-VSX138 : AXD7178)
“AA” IEC LR6 batteries × 2
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