STEREO DVD TUNER DECK
EV51DVD
SOUND MODE
TIMER/CLOCK ADJ
KARAOKE
DISPLAY
ST. MEMORY
ENTER
DVD/CD
4/1
TUNING –
–
TAPE
+
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP
¡/¢
TUNING +
TUNER
LINE
OPEN/CLOSE
REVERSE MODE
DOLBY NR(DEMO)
REC/STOP
ASES
MIC VOL
MIN
ORDER NO.
MAX
MIC
(MAIN)
MIC
(SUB)
RRV2636
XV-EV51
STEREO DVD TUNER DECK
XV-EV51
XV-EV21
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
Type
Power Requirement
Regienal restriction
codes (Region No.)
XV-EV51
ZLXJ/NC
DC Power supplied from other system component
4
XV-EV21
ZLXJ/NC
DC Power supplied from other system component
4
Remarks
This product does not function properly independently; to avoid malfunctions, be sure
to connect it to the prescribed system component(s), otherwise damage may result.
Component
System
System
Service manual
MINI SYSTEM
EVA-5CH
EVA-2CH
Stereo DVD Tuner Deck
XV-EV51
XV-EV21
RRV2636(This manual)
Stereo Power Amplifier
M-EV51
M-EV21
RRV2663(EV51), RRV2664(EV21)
Speaker System
S-EV51V
S-EV21V
RRV2640(EV51), RRV2641(EV21)
For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services" .
PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2002
T-ZZR AUG. 2002 printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION
A
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual doit-yourselfer. 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 !
B
THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1
BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR
CLASS 1.
A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm
FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 780 nm
C
LABEL CHECK
D
Additional Laser Caution
(Printed on the Rear Panel A)
E
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC
1. Laser Interlock Mechanism
• Loading switch (S101 on the LOAB Assy) is used for interlock
mechanism of the laser.
When this switch turned ON in SW2 (XCLOSE) side (OPEN signal is
0V and XCLOSE signal is 3.5V), a laser becomes the status which
can completely oscillation.
Furthermore, the laser completely oscillates in the disc judgment and
disc playback.
When player is power ON state and laser diode is not completely
oscillating, 780nm laser diode is always oscillating by half power.
• Laser diode is driving with Q101 (650nm LD) and Q102 (780nm LD)
on the DVDM Assy.
Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and collector of
these transistors or the base voltage is supplied for transistors turn
on, the laser oscillates. (failure mode)
• In the test mode ∗ , there is the mode that the laser oscillates except
for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in the test mode
oscillates with the laser forcibly.
The interlock mechanism mentioned above becomes invalid in this
mode.
2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with
the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.
F
∗ : See page 80.
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6
7
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[ Important symbols for good services ]
In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely.
When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
A
1. Product safety
You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and
should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.
2. Adjustments
To keep the original performances of the product, optimum adjustments or specification confirmation is indispensable.
In accordance with the procedures or instructions described in this manual, adjustments should be performed.
3. Cleaning
B
For optical pickups, tape-deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, and other parts requiring cleaning,
proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.
4. Shipping mode and shipping screws
To protect the product from damages or failures that may be caused during transit, the shipping mode should be set or
the shipping screws should be installed before shipping out in accordance with this manual, if necessary.
5. Lubricants, glues, and replacement parts
Appropriately applying grease or glue can maintain the product performances. But improper lubrication or applying
glue may lead to failures or troubles in the product. By following the instructions in this manual, be sure to apply the
prescribed grease or glue to proper portions by the appropriate amount.For replacement parts or tools, the prescribed
ones should be used.
C
Discs compatible with this
player
Any disc that displays one of the following
logos should play in this player. Other
formats, including DVD-Audio, DVD-RAM,
DVD-ROM, CD-ROM (except those that
contain MP3 files), SACD and Photo CD will
not play.
D
DVD-Video
Audio-CD
Video-CD
CD-R *
CD-RW *
E
* : Video Mode Only
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3
4
CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 5
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 6
2.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION................................................................................................................................ 8
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION ....................................................................................................................... 10
2.4 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY ............................................................................................................... 12
2.5 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY............................................................................................................. 14
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 16
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGAM ................................................................................................................... 20
3.3 FM/AM TUNER MODULE ........................................................................................................................ 24
3.4 IF ASSY ................................................................................................................................................... 26
3.5 AF ASSY(1/2) .......................................................................................................................................... 28
3.6 AF ASSY(2/2) .......................................................................................................................................... 30
3.7 DECK ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 32
3.8 DVDM ASSY(1/2)..................................................................................................................................... 34
3.9 DVDM ASSY(2/2)..................................................................................................................................... 36
3.10 DVD IF ASSY ......................................................................................................................................... 38
3.11 DISP1, DISP2, DISP3 and LED ASSYS ................................................................................................ 40
3.12 DSP ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 42
3.13 MIC ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 44
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................... 46
4.1 LOAB ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 46
4.2 FM/AM TUNER MODULE ........................................................................................................................ 47
4.3 DVDM ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 48
4.4 DVD IF ASSY ........................................................................................................................................... 52
4.5 IF ASSY ................................................................................................................................................... 54
4.6 AF ASSY .................................................................................................................................................. 56
4.7 DECK ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 58
4.8 DISP1, DISP2, DISP3 and LED ASSYS .................................................................................................. 60
4.9 MIC ASSY ................................................................................................................................................ 62
4.10 DSP ASSY(XV-EV51 Only).................................................................................................................... 63
5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 64
6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 72
6.1 DECK SECTION ...................................................................................................................................... 72
6.1.1 Adjustment condition ......................................................................................................................... 72
6.1.2 Playback and Recording section ....................................................................................................... 73
6.2 TUNER SECTION .................................................................................................................................... 75
6.3 DVD SECTION ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ana LOCATION.......................................................................... 76
6.4 JIGS and MEASURING INSTRUMENTS ................................................................................................ 76
6.5 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS ................................................................................................... 77
6.6 TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 78
6.7 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................. 79
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 82
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 82
7.2 PARTS.................................................................................................................................................... 101
7.3 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................. 120
8. PANEL FACILITIES ...................................................................................................................................... 121
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B
C
D
E
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5
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
A
Specifications
Amplifier Section
Miscellaneous
X-EV51DVD model
Continuous Power Output:
Front ................................... 80 W per channel
(1kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω)
Center...................... 33 W (1kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω)
Surround............................. 33 W per channel
(1kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω)
X-EV21DVD model
Continuous Power (RMS) ............. 80 W + 80 W
(1 kHz, THD 10%, 8 Ω)
Disc section
Power Requirements
Multi voltage model ....... AC 110-127/ 220-230/
240V(switchable), 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
X-EV51DVD model
Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong models.......175 W
All other model .................................... 465 W
X-EV21DVD model
B
Singapore, Malaysia models .................. 150 W
All other model .................................... 540 W
Power Consumption in standby mode .............1 W
Digital audio
characteristics ................ DVD fs: 96 kHz, 24-bit
Type ........... DVD system, Video CD system and
Compact Disc digital audio system
Frequency response ................... 4 Hz to 44 kHz
S/N ratio .................................................... 95 dB
Dynamic range ......................................... 95 dB
Total harmonic distortion ..................... 0.005 %
Wow and Flutter..................Limit of measurement
(± 0.001 % W.PEAK) or less (EIAJ)
Cassette deck section
Systems.........................4 track, 2-channel stereo
Heads.......................Recording/playback head x 1
Erasing head x 1
Motor ................................... DC servo motor x 1
Tape types ...............................TYPE I (Normal)
Dimensions:
DVD Tuner Deck .................. 170 (W) x292.5(H)
x 260 (D) mm
Power Amplifier ....................... 170 (W) x 190 (H)
x 254 (D) mm
Weight:
DVD Tuner Deck
XV-EV51 ................................................
XV-EV21 ................................................
Power Amplifier
M-EV51 ..................................................
M-EV21 ..................................................
3.6 kg
3.5 kg
Accessories (Stereo DVD Tuner Deck)
Operating instructions..........................................2
FM tuner section
Accessories (Stereo Power Amplifier)
Frequency Range........................87.5 - 108MHz
Antenna ..................................75 Ω, unbalanced
Remote control ....................................................1
AM tuner section
Australian, New Zealand, Central
and South American models........................... 2
All other models ............................................. 1
Power plug adapter (excluding Singapore,
Hong Kong and Malaysian models)..................... 1
Video cord............................................................ 1
System cable (EV51DVD) ................................... 2
System cable (EV21DVD) ................................... 1
FM antenna.......................................................... 1
AM loop antenna.................................................. 1
Dry cell batteries (AA/R6) ................................... 2
FrequencyRange
With 9 kHz step .......... 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz
With 10 kHz step ........ 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz
Antenna ........................................ Loop antenna
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
"DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
C
5.3 kg
4.8 kg
Power cord
D
• Specifications and design subject to
possible modification without notice,
due to improvements.
E
0
9
TV CONTROL
Remote control unit
(XXD3049)
System Cable ×1
(XDE3053)
FM wire antenna
(ADH7004)
AA size IEC R6P
Dry cell batteries (x2)
F
XV-EV51
5
INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME
SELECT
8
7
SHIFT
CLEAR
ENTER
6
3
2
5
4
1
TEST TONE CH LEVEL SLEEP
¡
¢
7
8
4
1
FOLDER –
/e
SOUND
MODE
PROGRAM REPEAT RANDOM
E/
FOLDER +
3
RETURN
33
ENTER
TUNE –
DVD MENU
TOP MENU
ST +
TUNE +
ST –
SYSTEM SETUP
DVD SETUP
CLOCK ADJ.
VOLUME
DSP
MUTE
I — KEYCON — i
KARAOKE ECHO
DVD DISP
MONO SYSTEM DISP
TIMER
SURROUND ADVANCED
LINE
DVD/CD
TAPE
FM/AM
AM loop antenna
(ATB7009)
STANDBY/ON
Video Cord
(VDE1034)
AC Power Cord
(XDG3001)
AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE ZOOM
Accessories
6
7
5
8
1
2
3
4
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
A
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 product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
2.1 PACKING
1
8
B
2
3
C
6
5
D
4
E
7
F
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3
4
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8
PACKING parts List
Mark No.
1
Description
Operating Instructions
(English)
Operating Instructions
(Chinese)
Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 x 230 x 340)
2
NSP 3
4
Packing Sheet
Mark No.
Part No.
5
6
7
8
XRB3017
XRC3073
Description
Front Pad M
Rear Pad M
Packing Case
Correct Sheet
Part No.
XHA3130
XHA3131
See Contrast table (2)
XRH3007
A
Z21-038
AHG7053
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC and XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No.
7
Symbol and Description
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC
Packing Case
XHD3305
B
XHD3308
C
D
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
7
8
1
2
3
4
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
A
37
3
27
35
C
39
7
XV-EV51
Only
K
28
40
E
B
F
4
C
40
B
25
29
Refer to
"2.4 LOADING MECHA ASSY".
9
40
G
D
B
E
A
2
32
H
38
8
32
40
40
I
21
O
16
G
12
38
O
44
39
J
39
48
L
M
39
11
40
C
K
XV-EV51
38 Only
39
39
H
38
52
N
I
39
39
42
24
23
F
30
45
39
46
47
N
39
40
G
49
51
43
14
D
D
22
E
F
19
39
39
50
13
C
6
K
J
M
39
L
5
41
18
A
15
10
40
1
20
39
Refer to
"2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION".
A
B
E
36
42
26
33
43
34
F
39
XV-EV51
8
1
2
3
4
CONTACT SIDE
31
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
17
5
6
7
8
EXTERIOR SECTION parts List
Mark No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NSP 9
10
NSP 11
12
13
14
15
16
NSP 17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Description
FM/AM TUNER Module
IF Assy
AF Assy
DECK Assy
DVDM Assy
DVD IF Assy
DSP Assy
DECK Mechanism Unit
LOADING MECHA Assy
DC Fan Motor
Earth Lead Wire
11P Flat Flexible Cable
13P Flat Flexible Cable
30P Flat Flexible Cable
16P Flat Flexible Cable
Connector Assy 5P
Chassis
Rear Panel A
Rear Panel B
Mecha Frame
DVD Shield
GND Plate
Ratch Spring
Damper Assy
Door Spring L
Mark No.
Part No.
AXQ7228
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
AWM7684
AWM7677
See Contrast table (2)
XYM3015
VWT1203
AXM7025
XDE3055
XNA3011
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
XNG3082
XNG3083
XNG3084
ABH7130
AXA7052
XBH3010
Leg Cushion
XEB3028
Part No.
Deck Lens
Deck Door
Ratch Mold
Side Bonnet L
XAK3327
XAN3047
XMR3001
XNE3026
31
32
33
34
35
Side Bonnet R
Binder
Tray Cap
DVD Badge
Top Panel
XNE3027
ZCA-SKB90BK
XAK3325
XAK3331
XAK3326
Front Panel Assy
Top Panel Assy
Screw
Screw
Screw
See Contrast table (2)
XXG3131
VPZ30P080FZK
BBZ30P080FZK
BBZ30P080FMC
41
42
43
44
45
Screw
Screw
Screw
Adapter 02 L
Adapter 02 R
BPZ30P350FZK
VPZ30P080FNI
BBZ30P080FNI
ANW7247
ANW7248
46
47
48
49
50
Shield Case
Heat plate
Radiation Sheet
Cushion
FFC Barrier
ANK7108
ANG7426
AEB7255
AEB7267
AEC7443
51
52
FFC Spacer
Caution Label
AEC7442
VRW1699
NSP 36
NSP 37
38
39
40
DE012VF0
XDD3114
XDD3115
XDD3116
XDD3117
Description
27
28
29
30
A
C
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC and XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
NSP
NO
B
D
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/
XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC
NC
Symbol and Description
2
3
4
7
18
IF Assy
AF Assy
DECK Assy
DSP Assy
Rear Panel A
XWZ3617
XWZ3618
XWX3067
AWX8059
XNC3160
XWZ3627
XWZ3628
XWX3066
Not used
XNC3180
19
37
Rear Panel B
Front Panel Assy
XNC3161
XXG3129
XNC3176
XXG3130
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
9
8
1
2
3
4
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION
A
8
33
1
J
33
D5108
D5107
6
9
6
B
11
13
11
7
14
12
B 4
33
15
L
33
C
18
16
21
19
C
B
22
35
2
A
26
33
I
17
30
D
27
34
24
A
33
H
28
3
23
33
29
25
33
33
37
E
31
33
10
5
39
F
32
CONTACT SIDE
36
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
M
38
20
XV-EV51
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FRONT PANEL SECTION parts List
Mark No.
Description
Mark No.
Part No.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
DISP 1 Assy
DISP 2 Assy
DISP 3 Assy
LED Assy
MIC Assy
XWZ3619
XWZ3620
XWZ3621
XWZ3622
See Contrast table (2)
21
22
23
24
25
Display Button L
Display Button R
Play Button
Dolby Button L
Dolby Button R
XAD3149
XAD3150
XAD3151
XAD3154
XAD3155
6
7
8
9
10
LED (D5107, D5108)
LCD
11P Flat Flexible Cable
LCD Holder
MIC Knob
NSPWF50BS-9706
XAV3016
XDD3113
XMR3052
XAA3024
26
27
28
29
30
FUNC. Button L
FUNC. Cover L
FUNC. Button R
FUNC. Cover R
Front Panel M
XAD3152
XAK3328
XAD3153
XAK3329
See Contrast table (2)
11
12
13
14
15
Diffusion Sheet
Display Window
LCD LT Cond
LCD Cover
Sensor Cover
XAK3321
See Contrast table (2)
XAK3323
XAK3324
XAK3330
31
32
33
34
35
Damper Assy
Leg Cushion
Screw
FUNC. Assy R
FUNC. Assy L
XXA3029
XEB3028
VPZ30P080FZK
XAD3158
XAD3157
16
17
18
19
20
Tray Lens
FUNC. LT Cond
LT Cond
LT Cover
Jack Door
XAK3332
XAK3333
XAK3334
XAK3335
XAN3048
36
37
38
39
Cushion
Gap Cover
Magnet
Screw 2x4 B
XEB3004
XMR3055
XMF3003
XBA3011
A
B
C
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC and XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No.
Symbol and Description
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC
5
MIC Assy
XWZ3626
12
Display Window
XAK3322
XWZ3623
XAK3343
30
Front Panel M
XMB3084
XMB3089
D
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
11
8
1
2
3
4
2.4 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY
A
8
Note :
To
DVDM
CN8
6
Refer to
" Application of Lubricant".
8
8
Daifree
GEM1036
To DVDM
CN4
To DVDM
CN2
2
Refer to
"2.5 TRAVERSE MECHANISM
ASSY-S".
8
B
12
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
18
3
20
13
A
23
22
17
4
16
5
19
22
C
21
15
22
7
A
10
14
11
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
D
D
9
22
1
22
LOADING MECHANISM ASSY parts List
Mark No.
F
Mark No.
Part No.
Description
Part No.
LOAB Assy
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Loading Motor Assy
Motor Pulley
Carriage DC Motor / 0.3W
VWG2346
VXX2858
VXX2505
PNW1634
PXM1027
16
17
18
19
20
Drive Gear
SW Lever
Clamper Plate
Bridge
Clamper
VNL1923
VNL1925
VNE2251
VNE2252
VNL1924
6
7
8
9
10
Flexible Cable (26P)
Connector Assy 2P
Float Rubber
Belt
Stabilizer
VDA1864
VKP2253
VEB1327
VEB1330
VNE2253
21
22
23
Screw
Screw
Tray
JGZ17P028FMC
Z39-019
VNL1920
11
12
13
14
15
Loading Base
Float Base DVD
Drive Cam
Gear Pulley
Loading Gear
VNL1917
VNL1918
VNL1919
VNL1921
VNL1922
NSP 1
2
3
4
5
E
Description
XV-EV51
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Application of Lubricant
A
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Around the shaft
No. 11
Loading Base
B
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
No. 13
Drive Cam
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
C
Inner side of a ditch
Inner side of a ditch
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Daifree
GEM1036
Concave of unevenness
No. 23
Tray
No. 13
Drive Cam
Top View
Rear View
D
Daifree
GEM1036
Concave of unevenness
No. 23
Tray
Inner side of a ditch
Daifree
GEM1036
Bottom View
Top View
Concave of unevenness
E
Side of the rib
Daifree
GEM1036
Daifree
GEM1036
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
13
8
1
2
3
4
2.5 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY
A
17 (Torque : 0.12 ± 0.01 N•m)
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
12
8
3
18
18
10
B
18
7
10
14
9
1
6
19
C
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
4 (Adjustment Screw)
13
17 (Torque : 0.12 ± 0.01 N•m)
16
To
DVDM
CN8
15
5
D
Screw Tight
GYL1001
5
To SSIB
CN1
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
17 (Torque : 0.12 ± 0.01 N•m)
16
2
E
11
CONTACT SIDE
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
To DVDM
CN4
F
XV-EV51
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY parts List
Mark No.
>
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
Spindle Motor
Stepping Motor
Pickup Assy-S
Skew Screw
Skew Spring
VXM1088
VXM1090
OXX8004
VBA1080
VBH1335
6
7
8
9
10
Guide Bar
Sub Guide Bar
Hold Spring
Joint Spring
Support Spring
VLL1514
VLL1515
VNC1017
VNC1019
VNC1020
Mechanism Chassis
Slider
Spacer
Joint
FFC Holder
VNE2248
VNL1811
VNL1913
VNL1914
VNL1915
Screw
Tapping Screw
Screw
Damper Sheet
BBZ20P050FZK
OBA8009
PMA26P100FMC
VEB1335
NSP 11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
A
B
C
D
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
15
8
1
2
3
4
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
3.1.1 SIGNAL ROUTE(1/2)
B IF ASSY
CN5903
Refer to 3.1.2 SIGNAL ROUTE(2/2)
CN
B
F
DVDM ASSY
(D)
CN5901
G
DVD IF ASSY
(V)
(Y)
(C)
16,17
C
CN5801
E
DECK ASSY
(D)
EV-51 : PDC093
EV-21 : PDC097
8
4
3
7
5,6
CN5509
D
16
2
PBL
RECL
17
CN2506
(REC)
DISP1 ASSY
CN5101
J
E
8
4
3
7
5,6
H
DSP ASSY
XV-EV51 Only
F
XV-EV51
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
SIGNAL ROUTE
(SL)
(PB)
: PB SIGNAL
(FL)
: RECORDING SIGNAL
(C)
: AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER)
(SW)
(REC)
(TX)
(V)
(V)
(Y)
(Y)
(C)
(C)
C
: V SIGNAL VIDEO
: SL AUDIO SIGNAL
: FL AUDIO SIGNAL
: C AUDIO SIGNAL
(D)
: SW AUDIO SIGNAL
: DIGITAL AUDIO ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL VIDEO
: C SIGNAL VIDEO
AF ASSY
M
CN5504 CN8101 (PB)
B
MIC ASSY
(TX)
(PB)
JA5401
J5401
(PB)
M-EV51
(POWER AMPLIER)
Service Manual
Order No.RRV2663
CN8301
CN5503
(REC)
CN8901
(PB)
C
(TX)
CN5501
CN8701
D
A
CN3002
FM/AM TUNER
MODULE
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
17
8
1
2
3.1.2 SIGNAL ROUT(2/2)
3
Work RAM for Error Correction
IC302
K6T1008V2E-TB70
X301
1M SRAM
20MHz
A
4
X601
27MHz
Work RAM for MPEG Decode
IC604
K4S641632F-TC75
64M SDRAM
2
6 5
3
IC605 TC7WU04FU
1
RF(TP)
Spindle
Motor
PICKUP
ASSY
10 A
12 B
18 C
16 D
25 E
24 F
7
6
12
11
8
10
B2
B3
B4
A
C
FDO TDO
3
20
IN4IN3-
B
T_RTN
T_DRV
F_RTN
24
25
26
23
F_DRV
Stepping
Motor
(Carriage)
M
C
(4P)
ST1ST1+
–
M
+
3.3V
CN602
(2P)
S101
IC351
IN5- 17
M56788AFP
FTS Driver
Focus, Tracking,
Stepper and
Loading Drive
PCMDATA0 52
LOAD_DRV
5
35
31
32
15
IC601
STI5519AVB-B0C
BACK END IC
• System Control
• MPEG Video Decode
• Video Encode
• Video DAC
• Audio Decode
(MP3, Dolby)
• Sub-picture Decode
SPDIF
CN9
(5P)
1
2
LOD+
2
3
SW2
5
SW1
3
XCLOSE
205 XCLOSE
5
OPEN
204 OPEN
D LOAB ASSY
57
2
9 H1+
H2+ 6
H2- 7
12 H2-
H3+ 8
H3- 9
D
13 H3+
14 H3-
A1 3
A2 2
7 A1
4 A2
A3 1
IC251
BA6664FM
Spindle
Driver
• Spindle Drive
• FG Detection
FG 24
FG
EC 22
IC603
VYW1948
8M FLASH ROM
SPDL PDM
F
2 A3
3
DVDM ASSY
CN401
(13P)
E
F
XV-EV51
18
1
2
A_BCK
A_MCLK
A_LRCK
22
21
24
26
(30P)
(12P)
10 H111 H2+
15
A_DATA0
CN22
CN2
H1+ 4
H1- 5
5
7
4
14
1
LOD-
PCKCLK 55
LRCLK 56
2
1
116 HSYNC
_PWM0
DAC_SCLK 51
3
4
9
Q604 11
Q603
13
CV_OUT 34 Q602
SPDL
PDM
3
(5P)
2
FG
PIO381 7
PIO382 8 LETTER
Q607
B_OUT 25
Q606
G_OUT 26
R_OUT 27 Q605
C_OUT 33
4
CN601
1
34
16 S_DATA
(26P)
SQUEEZ
Y_OUT 32
VM1+ VM1- VM2- VM2+ VM5- VM5+
CN4
ST2+
ST2Loading
Motor
Assy
13 VM412 VM4+
10 VM3+
9 VM3-
3
2
1
4
FE_DATA
PC(2) PC(6)
38 42
FACT TACT
123
124
CN25
120
PIXCLK
IC301
L6315ATXXTY OUT_DATA(0) 84
FRONT END IC
• RF Demodulation
• Servo Control
• Servo Decode
• Error Correction
(26P)
B1
20
21
15
16
19
17
3 RFSACD
CN151
(26P)
131
132
FREOUT FREIN
3
4
DOUT
1
5
6
7
8
1– =: Refer to "3.1.3 WAVEFORMS".
G DVD IF ASSY
A
CN1902
(16P)
CN1962
B
5
7
13
S_Y
S_C
14 Cb IN
12 CY IN
16 Cr IN
6 Y IN
2 C IN
V
15
4 V IN
• LPF
• AMP
• Driver
VOUT a 30
COUT 33
VOUT b 31
CYOUT b 25
Y
10
C
V
12
C822
7
C812
6
8
8
G
12
CYOUT a 24
22
CrOUT b 19
21
9
R
B
16
CrOUT a 18
24
CbOUT b 22
10
B
14
CbOUT a 21
26
R721
R722
2 5
6
CN1901
1 BCKIN
2 DATA
1
(30P)
IC711
Vout L
PCM1742KE
Audio 2ch DAC
7
3 4
28
AUDIO
OUT
16 MCLK
R723
LOUT
Vout R 8
ROUT
30
3 LRCKIN
CN1961
DIGITAL
OUT
(30P)
1
B CN5903
9
11
G
R
IC801
MM1567AJ
6 IN • 6 OUT
VIDEO AMP
YOUT a 27
C832
CN5901
YOUT b 28
3
4
11
B
(26P)
C
24
3.1.3 WAVEFORMS
Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
F
DVDM ASSY
Measurement condition : No. 1 and 2 : reference A1 (DVD), T2-chp 19, Color-bar
1
IC301 - pin 3 [RF]
V: 200mV/div. H: 0.1µsec/div.
2
IC251 - pin 24 [FG]
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
3
IC251 - pin 2, 4, 7
[Spidle driver -A3, A2, A1]
V: 2V/div. H: 2msec/div.
D
GND
4
[PLAY]
IC301 - pin 42 [SPDL_PDM]
[STOP→PLAY→STOP]
Accelertar
ON
STOP PLAY
[STOP]
Brakes
ON
V: 2V/div. H: 1sec/div.
5
[PLAY]
E
STOP
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
IC601 - pin 116 [LOAD_DRV]
[Tray stops]
V: 1V/div. H: 5µsec/div.
[Tray is opening]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
[Tray is closing]
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
19
8
1
2
3
4
3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGAM
A
3.2.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM(MEDIA PART 1/2)
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST"
CN8701
CN8901
XV-EV51 Only
XV-EV51
Only
B
CN5902
CN8001
C
1/2 - 2/2
AF ASSY
(XWZ3618 / XV-EV51)
(XWZ3628 / XV-EV21)
CN8101
DSPCK
DSP ASSY
C
MIC ASSY
(XWZ3626/
XV-EV51)
(XWZ3623/
XV-EV21)
M
D
J5401
(AWZ8059 / XV-EV51)
K
DSPRQ
DSPRO
DSPCS
CDCOVF
CN8002
DIRRX1
DIRRX2
DIRRX3
DIRRX4
DIRTX
CN5507
CN8751
XDSPRST
CN8003
CN8301
ADCR
ADCL
CN5506
E
(XWZ3622)
LED ASSY
L
CN5101
I
DISP3 ASSY
DISP2 ASSY
(XWZ3621)
(XWZ3620)
J5102
H
5301
J5202
J
F
CN5203
CN5508
CN5102
DISP1 ASSY
(XWZ3619)
J5203
XV-EV51
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
M-EV51
CN3001
(STEREO POWER AMPLIFIER)
Service Manual
order no. RRV2663
CN5502
CN5701
CN201
DECK
MECHA. (XYM3015)
A
ERASE
HEAD
B
REC/PB
HEAD
XDD3115
CN5501
(AXQ7228)
CN3002
FM/AM TUNER
MODULE
XV-EV51 Only
CN5801
CN5503
CN2301
IF ASSY
CN2302
(XWZ3617 / XV-EV51)
(XWZ3627 / XV-EV21)
E
CN5802
CN2506
CN5903
DECK ASSY
(XWX3067 / XV-EV51)
(XWX3066 / XV-EV21)
D
DVD IF ASSY
XDD3116
IF ASSY
G DVD
(AWM7677)
(AWM7684)
CN1961
CN1901
DVDM ASSY
CN5504
F 1/2 - 2/2
B
C
E
DVD IF ASSY
CN1962
CN5505
CN1902
CN5509
CN5901
XDD3117
F
XDD3113
XV-EV51
5
6
7
21
8
1
2
3
4
3.2.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (MEDIA PART 2/2)
A
F 1/2 - 2/2
DVDM ASSY
(AWM7684)
(F)
(T)
DVD IF ASSY
: SLIDER SERVO LOOP LINE
G
B
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
(AWM7677)/CN1961
(S)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
(F)
PICKUP ASSY-S
(OXX8003)
(F)
(F)
C
(F)
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(T)
(T)
DVD IF ASSY
D
(AWM7677)/CN1962
(F)
STEPPING MOTOR
: VXM1090
(S)
(S)
SPINDLE
MOTOR
: VXX1088
G
(S)
(S)
D
LOAB ASSY
(VWG2346)
LOADING
MOTOR ASSY
: VXX2505
E
F
A
D B C D E
XV-EV51
22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3.1.3 WAVEFORMS
A
Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
F
DVDM ASSY
Measurement condition : No. 1 and 2 : reference A1 (DVD), T2-chp 19, Color-bar
1
IC301 - pin 3 [RF]
V: 200mV/div. H: 0.1µsec/div.
2
IC251 - pin 24 [FG]
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
3
IC251 - pin 2, 4, 7
[Spidle driver -A3, A2, A1]
V: 2V/div. H: 2msec/div.
GND
4
[STOP→PLAY→STOP]
Accelertar
ON
STOP PLAY
[PLAY]
[STOP]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
[Tray is opening]
[Tray is closing]
Brakes
ON
STOP
V: 2V/div. H: 1sec/div.
5
B
[PLAY]
IC301 - pin 42 [SPDL_PDM]
IC601 - pin 116 [LOAD_DRV]
V: 1V/div. H: 5µsec/div.
[Tray stops]
C
G DVD IF ASSY
Measurement condition : No. 1 to 6 : reference A1 (DVD), T2-chp 1
No. 7 to 12 : reference A1 (DVD), T2-chp 19, Color-bar
1
IC711 - pin 16 [AUDIO DAC -MCK]
V: 1V/div. H: 20nsec/div.
2
IC711 - pin 1 [AUDIO DAC -BCK]
V: 2V/div. H: 200nsec/div.
3
IC711 - pin 3 [AUDIO DAC -LRCK]
V: 2V/div. H: 5µsec/div.
7
Foot of C812 (IC801 - pin 30, 31)
[Composite Video output]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
D
GND
4
IC711 - pin 3
[AUDIO DAC -LRCK]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
5
IC711 - pin 1
[AUDIO DAC -BCK]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
6
IC711 - pin 2
[AUDIO DAC -DATA]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
E
4
5
8
Foot of C842 (IC801 - pin 24, 25)
[Component Video output -Y]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
9
Foot of C852 (IC801 - pin 18, 19)
[Component Video output -Cb]
V: 2V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
10
6
8
11
Foot of C832 (IC801 - pin 27, 28)
[S Video output -Y]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
12
Foot of C822 (IC801 - pin 33)
[S Video output -C]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
11
12
9
Foot of C862 (IC801 - pin 21, 22)
[Component Video output -Cr]
V: 2V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
F
10
A B C D
XV-EV51
5
6
7
23
8
1
2
3
4
3.3 FM/AM TUNER MODULE
A
A
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (AXQ7228)
B
(FM)
FM FRONT END
(FM)
(FM)
(FM)
(FM)
(FM)
(FM)
C
(FM)
(AM)
(FM)
(AM)
(FM)
D
(AM)
(AM)
(AM)
MW RF TUNING BLOCK
(AM)
OSC : 981 - 2052kHz 9k step
E
F
A
XV-EV51
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
(TX)
(AM)
(FM)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TUNER)
: AM SIGNAL ROUTE
: FM SIGNAL ROUTE
(AM)
CN5701
(AM)
(AM)
B
(AM)
(AM)
(TX)
(FM)
C
(AM)
(FM)
(AM)
B
(AM)
(TX)
(TX)
CN201
(TX)
(FM)
(FM)
(TX)
(AM)
L201
ATE7003
D
E
F
A
XV-EV51
5
6
7
25
8
1
2
3
4
3.4 IF ASSY
G
IF ASSY
(XWZ3617
/ XV-EV51)
(XWZ3627
/ XV-EV21)
CN1902
(V)
CN5502
(V)
(S_C)
CN5902
CN5901
(S_Y)
B
A
(S_C)
(S_Y)
(S_Y)
B
CN8901
CN5503
C
K CN8001
C 2/2
CN5507
(TX)
CN5504
EV- EV51 21
CN8101
D
K CN8002
C 2/2
(D)
(CD)
EV-51
EV-21
CN5506
EV-51
Only
E
XV-EV51
ONLY
(CD)
CN5505
XV-EV21
Only
F
G CN1902
(D)
B
XV-EV51
26
1
2
3
4
(CD)
CN5903
C 2/2
K CN8003
CN8751
CN5508
5
6
7
8
A
TO M-EV51 or M-EV21 Power Amplfier
CN5501
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
B
C
CN201
CN5701
A
(TX)
EV-51
EV-21
CN5801
CN5509
E
E
CN2506
EV-51
SIGNAL ROUTE
(CD)
(V)
: CD AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
XV-EV21
Only
: V SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TUNER)
J
CN5101
F
(S_C)
(TX)
: S-VIDEO OUT C SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_Y)
(D)
: DIGITAL SIGNAL ROUTE
: S-VIDEO OUT Y SIGNAL ROUTE
XV-EV51
5
To. Mecha Deck
EV-51
CN5802
D
6
7
B
27
8
1
2
3
4
3.5 AF ASSY(1/2)
A
(AUX)
(TX)
(TX)
(AUX)
C
B
(TX)
2/2
(AUX)
(CD)
(AUX)
(PB)
(REC)
(PB)
CN8101
(CD)
(REC)
B CN5504
C
(REC)
(CD)
(REC)
(TX)
(CD)
D
XV-EV51 Only
(REC)
(TX)
E
EV-51
EV-21
(REC)
F
(REC)
C 1/2
XV-EV51
28
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIGNAL ROUTE
(PB)
: PB SIGNAL
(CD)
(REC)
(CD)
: RECORDING SIGNAL
(TX)
(MIC)
: AUX SIGNAL
: MIC OUT SIGNAL
: AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER)
(CD)
JA8401
A
(AUX)
: CD SIGNAL
(CD)
C 1/2AF ASSY
CN8301
(XWZ3618 / XV-EV51)
(XWZ3628 / XV-EV21)
(MIC)
M J5401
B
C
2/2
(MIC)
C
D
(MIC)
(TX)
(MIC)
(REC)
(TX)
(REC)
C
(REC)
2/2
EV21 Only
E
XV-EV51 Only
C
2/2
(REC)
(REC)
(REC)
F
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
C 1/2
XV-EV51
5
6
7
29
8
1
2
3
4
C 1/2
3.6 AF ASSY(2/2)
A
(MIC)
(MIC)
SIGNAL ROUTE
(MIC)
: MIC SIGNAL
(TX)
: AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER)
C 1/2
B
XV-EV51
Only
C
CN8751
B
CN5505
D
E
F
C 2/2
XV-EV51
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C 2/2AF ASSY
(MIC)
A
(XWZ3618 / XV-EV51)
(XWZ3628 / XV-EV21)
(MIC)
CN8901
(TX)
CN5503
B
(MIC)
B
(MIC)
(TX)
XV-EV51
Only
C
C 1/2
CN8701
To M-EV51 Power Amplfier
(TX)
D
E
F
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
C 2/2
XV-EV51
5
6
7
31
8
1
2
3
4
3.7 DECK ASSY
A
(PB)
E
DECK ASSY
(XWX3067/XV-EV51)
(XWX3066/XV-EV21)
CN2301
(PB)
CN2302
B
(REC)
(REC)
(REC)
C
(REC)
(REC)
D
E
F
E
XV-EV51
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
(PB)
(PB)
(PB)
(PB)
B
(PB)
(REC)
EV51:-16.3dBV
EV21:- 6.5dBV
(REC)
(REC)
C
EV-51
EV-21
D
SIGNAL ROUTE
(PB)
: PB SIGNAL
(REC)
: RECORDING SIGNAL
(PB)
(REC)
E
CN2506
B
CN5801
F
E
XV-EV51
5
6
7
33
8
1
2
3
4
F 2/2
3.8 DVDM ASSY(1/2)
(S)
(S)
(S)
F 1/2 DVDM ASSY (AWM7684)
(S)
A
D
B
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
CN601
PICKUP ASSY-S
C
D
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(F)
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
(T)
(T)
STEPPING
MOTOR
(T)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
3
SPINDLE
MOTOR
E
2
F
F 1/2
XV-EV51
34
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
1,2,3,4 : Refer to "3.1.3 WAVEFORMS".
(RF)
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
: DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(F)
(T)
(S)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
: SLIDER SERVO LOOP LINE
B
F 2/2
C
IC302
K6T1008V2E-TB70
WORK SRAM (1M)
1
(RF)
D
4
(RF)
E
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
F
F 1/2
XV-EV51
5
6
7
35
8
1
2
3
4
3.9 DVDM ASSY(2/2)
F 2/2
A
DVDM ASSY
(AWM7684)
B
IC603 VYW1848
(MBM29LV800TA-90PFTN)
PGM 8M FLASH MEMORY
5
C
(V)
(D)
(S_C)
(D)
(D)
(S_Y)
E
(R/Cr)
(B/Cb)
(G/Y)
D
F
F 2/2
F 1/2
XV-EV51
36
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
A
5: Refer to "3.1.3 WAVEFORMS".
B
CN1961
G
C
(D)
(D)
IC604
K4S641632F-TC75
64M SDRAM
(V)
G
(S_Y)
(V)
CN1962
(V)
(S_C)
(S_C)
(S_Y)
(R/Cr)
(R/Cr)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
D
(V)
(R/Cr)
(R/Cr)
: DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_C)
(V)
(S_C)
: V SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_C)
E
: S-VIDEO OUT C SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_Y)
(G/Y)
: S-VIDEO OUT Y SIGNAL ROUTE
(G/Y)
(R/Cr)
: R/Cr SIGNAL ROUTE
(G/Y)
: G/Y SIGNAL ROUTE
(B/Cb)
: B/Cb SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_Y)
(S_Y)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(D)
(B/Cb)
: AUDIO (DIGITAL) SIGNAL ROUTE
(B/Cb)
F
F 2/2
XV-EV51
5
6
7
37
8
1
2
3
4
3.10 DVD IF ASSY
A
G DVD IF ASSY (AWM7677)
(D)
(D)
F 2/2 CN21
B
(D)
C
(D)
(S_C)
(S_C)
(S_C)
(V)
(V)
(S_Y)
(V)
(S_Y)
(S_Y)
D
(G/Y)
(G/Y)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(B/Cb)
F 2/2 CN25
(R/Cr)
(S_C)
(B/Cb)
(R/Cr)
(R/Cr)
(V)
(S_Y)
(R/Cr)
E
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
F
G
XV-EV51
38
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(V)
8
A
(R/Cr)
: V SIGNAL ROUTE
: R/Cr SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_C)
: S-VIDEO OUT C SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_Y)
: S-VIDEO OUT Y SIGNAL ROUTE
(G/Y)
: G/Y SIGNAL ROUTE
(B/Cb)
: B/Cb SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(D)
(D)
(D)
2 5
: AUDIO (DIGITAL) SIGNAL ROUTE
1
6
B
3 4
(D)
B
CN5903
C
(V)
(S_C)
(D)
(S_Y)
D
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(S_C)
(S_C)
(S_Y)
(S_C)
(V)
(S_Y)
(G/Y)
(S_Y)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
(B/Cb)
(R/Cr)
E
B
(V)
CN5901
(R/Cr)
(B/Cb)
(R/Cr)
(R/Cr)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Refer to "3.1.3 WAVEFORMS"
F
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
G
XV-EV51
5
6
7
39
8
1
2
3
4
3.11 DISP1, DISP2, DISP3 and LED ASSYS
A
L
LED ASSY
(XWZ3622)
CN5203
J5203
B
I
J
DISP 2 ASSY
(XWZ3620)
DISP 1 ASSY
(XWZ3619)
C
B
CN5509
CN5101
D
J5102
CN5102
I
E
DISP 1 ASSY
S5101: Sound Mode
S5102: EV-51_Karaoke
EV-21_Vlrtual Surround
S5103: ST Memory
S5104: Enter
S5105: Display
S5106: TIME/CLOCK ADJ
F
I J L
XV-EV51
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
J
CN5102
J5102
B
J5202
I
DISP 2 ASSY
(XWZ3620)
C
H
DISP 2 ASSY
S5201: PLAY
S5202: VOL S5203: ( - )
S5204: DVD / CD
S5205: STOP
S5206: VOL +
S5207: ( + )
S5208: TAPE
S5209: LINE 1
S5210: OPEN/CLOSE
S5211: TUNNER
DISP 3 ASSY
(XWZ3621)
J5202
D
DISP 3 ASSY
S5301: ASES
S5202: DOBLY NR
S5203: REV MODE
S5204: REC/STOP
E
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
F
H I
XV-EV51
5
6
7
41
8
1
2
3
4
3
4
3.12 DSP ASSY
A
K
DSP ASSY
(AWZ8059)
XV-EV51 : Only
B
C
D
E
F
K
XV-EV51
42
1
2
5
6
7
8
A
B
CN5503
B
B
CN5506
C
CN5504
D
B
E
F
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
K
XV-EV51
5
6
7
43
8
1
2
3
4
3
4
3.13 MIC ASSY
A
M
MIC ASSY
(XWZ3626 / XV-EV51)
(XWZ3623 / XV-EV21)
B
JA5401
EV-51
EV-21
JA5402
C
D
E
F
M
XV-EV51
44
1
2
5
6
7
8
A
C
CN8301
B
J5401
C
D
E
F
M
XV-EV51
5
6
7
45
8
1
2
3
4
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
4.1 LOAB ASSY
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
B
Part Name
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.
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
Chip Part
SIDE B
Resistor array
C
3-terminal
regulator
SIDE A
D
D
SIDE B
D LOAB ASSY
LOAB ASSY
(VNP1837-B)
(VNP1837-B)
CN602
M
E
CN601
CN601
CN602
F CN9
LOADING
MOTOR
ASSY
F
D
XV-EV51
46
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4.2 FM/AM TUNER MODULE
SIDE A
SIDE B
A FM/AM TUNER MODULE
A
SIDE A
B
C
CN201
(ANP7338-B)
B CN5701
Q202
A FM/AM TUNER MODULE
SIDE B
D
E
(ANP7338-B)
Q201
IC201
Q203
IC202
F
Q205
Q204
A
A
XV-EV51
5
6
7
47
8
XV-EV51
4
VNP1866
E88558
ND SIDE
CN25
CN22
1
R541
R621
R622 R624
R623
R625
R559
R558
R555
R556
C316
R619
R620
CN25
CN22
G CN1962
G CN1961
C313
R401 D301
A
C628
C621
R617
R545
Q605 C609
R612
R551
R552
R553
C607
R670
C608
Q607
Q606
Q603 Q604
R398
Q602
CN11
1
1
26
4
IC601
B
53
1
R582
C611
R340
R584
R339
R585
R575
R399
CN601
C625
C321
IC301
C328
C622
R563 C612 R662
R317
R316
23
C624
1
157
C335
R502 R501
R503 R588
104
156
C
R613
CN12
R400
26
CONTACT SIDE
CN21
1
1
R571
R572
R562
C610
CN23
V+5V
CONTACT SIDE
3
IC303
C342
C315
26
L308
L310
2
C317
48
52
A
72
1
C603
E
C616
R600
C623 156
C323
F
23
CN602
24
B R310 R309
E
C327
C322 R641
C340 R569
C333 C641
R322
C615
C613
R304
C651
R330
R632
C302
R631
R305
C301
C332
C326
R332
R566
R565
D
Q602
4
01
IC601
C329
1
108
F
Q604 Q603
73
208
10
3
R300
157
1
1
23
1
105
B
Q605
R306
Q607 Q606
23
DVDM ASSY
R301
1
E
24
C
2
D
24 2
F
R589
C626
R587
R586
R583 C650 R642
C606
R630
R581
1
R580
R578 R564
R576
R546
2
R574
CN603
C605
A
2
R643
R567
1
4
4.3 DVDM ASSY
SIDE A
IC303
IC301
109
1
1961
6
R156
C107
B
30
30
SECOND SIDE
R380
R328
C103
R146
R145
CN22
R362
R158 R144
R147
C106
R400
CONT
R157
R3
R4
1
5
22
CN8
CN7
2
1
RF
Q102
GND
26
25
R302
R354
R378
C362
F
R377
R391 C250
C391
C361
Q101 22
V+5S
21
R392
R338
C401
11
5
R361
R358
C357
C108
CN9
R359
C360
R360
R133
R140
R137
R136
C338
1
C339
C343
4
C351
1
R353
R351
C324
36
C331 37
F
A
C
CONTACT SIDE
CN2
C255
C248
C249
CN5
FC
DC
C259
R301
R255
R254
C256
R259
R258
R257
R256
R632
C302
R631
R305
C301
C332
C326
R332
6
7
CN4
C330
R365
IC351
R357
R366
IC303
C342
C315
4
1
C
R303
R333
IC110
IC111
1
R155 C311
C105
C109
R396
R395
C
R394
R393
C373
C325
C366
C313
R401 D301
C365
C334
R300
C329
37
C104
X301
41
780
1
650 R123
5
R121
58
26
8
14
17
144
CN90
C251 C258 R261 C257
R329
R379
C359
12
1
15
R368
30
1
28
R355
R370
IC251
R372
R371
IC111
1
5
29
IC251
IC110
C353
IC301
R266
5
7
8
SIDE A
CN9
D CN601
F
XV-EV51
8
49
A
IC351 Q101
Q102
B
CN2
SPINDLE
MOTOR
C
CN4
STEPPING
MOTOR
D
CN8
PICKUP
ASSY
E
30
(VNP1866-D)
F
R337
R336
R385
R384
C318
R407
R673
R405
9
R153
C309
C405
C403
C404
Q105
R151
R152
C413
30
C310
HEAT-RESISTANCE
R179
R178
R177
R176
PRE-FLAX
R129
R128
R127
R126
SIDE
4
6
R1
R2
R406
3
1
R141
R139 R142
C111
VREF21
C412
4 C643
R331
L311
L300
C308 IC304
R319
R318
C341
R113
R150 R149
C113
C149
R111
R138
C102
R115 R125
Q103 C112 C101
C110
R110
25
1
R118
71
17
R346
R154
V+3R5D
23
1
1
NORMAL SOLDER
LEAD FREE SOLDER
2
4
8
R344
R356
26
R100
F
9
R321
1
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
C
B
A
C307
Q300
C305
R375 R374
R367 R376
R345
C368
4
V+5S
C369
R315
12
IC
Q105
Q103
R320
C253
B
IC302
C304
GNDM
V+6B
CN4
C157
1
1
5
3
2
1
3
26
CN8
XV-EV51
50
1
CN22
CN9
F
V+12M
R341
CN4
C148
R171
R172
C158
E
4
C254
CN2
CN2
C
6
D
DVDM ASSY
F
SIDE B
A
4
3
2
1
Q300
IC302
R262 R265
R364 R326
R373 R327
R577
R547 R579
R590
R504
R653
R602 C630
R601
R668
R654
C619
R560
1
6
3
4
1
84
D601
L601
R616
C617
R561
R554
R543
R702
C648
R720
1
R557
E
R718
R542
24
C632
1
R648
1
R645
R646 C633
23
4
5
C614
71
C634 R647
R618
R640
Q601
C631
R639
C629
R544
R666
R652 Q652
R671
R650
1
R651 Q651
R695
C635
R505 C637
R699
C699
C698
C618
C620
R719
R717
R689
R686
R683 R691
R680 R690
R677 R688
R674 R687
C645
R685
R684
R681 R682
R678 R679
R675 R676
VWS1 0
AWM7
1
2
26 3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R660
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V+2R5
R313 R311
1
16
C404
R659
J
Q
CN
R314
C638
28
L602
9
R337
R336
C414 C643
C318
8
51
7
IC603
8
25
R638
54
9
IC603
IC605
D
C636
R626
R312
R385
R384
(VNP1866-D)
F
CN25
IC605
R570
R568
27
R331
L311
X601
L603
1
IC604
C627
R610
C697 R609
R607
R608
R605
R606
L324
C319
R334 R335
L300
C308 IC304
R319
R318
A-
6
5
0
1
R604
R603
C696
C
R320
C307
8
3 2 1 0
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
0
1
Q652
Q601
IC604
IC304
8
7
6
5
F
XV-EV51
A
SIDE B
Q651
B
C309
R40
R673
1N
FIRST SIDE
C1974
C1973
F CN22
CN1961
Rch
C1931
C1932
DOUT
R1992
UPSIDE
26
V+3.5
V+2.5
L1981
R1925
R1928
R1929
R1930
C1918
CONTACT
C1922
C1925
C1926
IC1905
CN1962
1
1
C1910
C1917
L1903
C1947
CN1963
C1955
C1950
C1948
C1916
C1990
C1909
R1904
DVD IF UNIT
AWM7677
C1943
C1941
F CN25
26
C1972
R1926
R1924
C1929
IC1921
Lch
V+6M
C1915
4 4
IC1904
1 1
(ANP7425-A)
D
D1902
44
55
R1902
C1914
D1901
R1901
11
8
C1912
4
3
IC1905
CN1962
CN1961
11
C1971
C1923
8
8
R1993
3030
C1981
C1930
R1927
1
1
GNDA
R1932
R1931
NE M B1
C1979 C1977 C1975
C1980 C1978 C1976
C1996
9
9
V+12
11
1616
IC1903
C1908
IC1906
C1992
GNDM
GNDD
C1903
C1994
IC1906
C1997
C
V+5D C1995
16
16
FC
ICT
B
IC1901
C1902
XV-EV51
52
R1983
R1982
C1906
V+5V
E
CN1902
B CN5901
IC1902
VPRE+5
VPRE+5M
Q1901
C1919
C1911
D
CN1902
C1905
C
2
1
SIDE A
SIDE A
A
4
3
2
1
4.4 DVD IF ASSY
G DVDIF ASSY
F
G
UPSIDE
CONTACT
A
B
C1993
IC1902
C1991
IC1903
C1907
IC1901
V+3.3
R1981
C1928
R1903
L1901
C1945
IC1904
1/4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
SIDE B
A
G DVD IF ASSY
1091NC
CN1901
30 30
1
1
B
3191C
UPSIDE
CONTACT
0491R 5391D
4391R 5391R
41
41
4091C
2691C
2691CI
1091C
4391D
1491R
8991C
7891R
2091L
Q1922
1291R
17
6591C
4591C
8091R
6391R
3391C
9391R
1391D
9891C
2891C
2591C
17
D
IC1941
Q1941
3491R
5491R
IC1889
6891R
5091R
1291C
8391R
9991C
1
0291C 7391R
6091R 7091R
5891R
5891C
3891C
4891C
Q1942
8891R
1491Q
4491R
2491Q
IC1961
5
7891C
6891CI
6891C 8891C
7291C
5991R
18
18
9491C
C
1691CI 2691R
7
7
3591C
2591R
8
8
11
1
3291R
0291R
4991R
7591C
1591C
1491CI
1
Q1961
IC1962
1691R
9691R
C
B
A
3391R
6491R
1
Q1932
Q1921
4291C
34
5791R
3691R
7691R
1691C
14
14
2291R
34
3391D
1691Q
2791R
0
0
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1
1
3 2 1 0
CN1961
8
8
Q1931
3691C
1
6691R
0791R
1291Q
2291Q
CN1962
1
1
5691R
4691R
8691R
4791R
2391D
1791R
7
7
2391Q
1391Q
2491R
1191R
2191R
E
(ANP7425-A)
F
G
XV-EV51
5
6
7
53
8
4
E
123.0
C
D
A
DISP FFC
For Binder
1
W216
W217
CN5801
W218
W219
W208
W209
W210
W212
W211
CONTACT
SIDE
W225
W227
C5713
OPEN
E
W234
W235
W236
C5953
Q5806
W482
W251
VDET
W271
W272
W273
W275
W276
V+8V
CONTACT
SIDE
30
SYSDIN
SYSCLK
W246
W245
W247
W279
W278
VE+5V
TEST
W287
D5701
W284
W288
C5958
SYSDOUT
C5702
CN5505
W277
W248
W249
W252
W254
W255
W258
W256
W257
Q5701
C5959
W281
C5956
B
W250
W262
C5701
W260
W263
PRINTED
SIDE
W213
W237
W231
DSPMUTE
CDL
R5913
CDR
W259
VM+12V
VD+5V
1
VD+5V
W253
11 1
W480
W261
GNDA
W232
13
W229
W233
W214
W215
R5712
10
2SD2012
L5701
R5807
W230
W228
10
11 1
VA+12V
W481
D5703
W286
W280
W264
ST/TUNE
KEY1
KEY2
KEY3
W289
W290
R5953
1.FLASH E/D
2.FLASH DO
3.FLASH CLK
4.XRESET
5.VE+56
6.GNDU
7.NC
V+5BU
W299
W297
W296
W298
W301
GNDU
R5957
IC5501
GNDU
W300
X5501
W283
W495
OPEN
VA+12V
VM+12V
W311
W313
D5506
D5507
C5504
W493
W484
16.VOCALC
15.VOCALB
14.VOCALA
13.ASSELB
W339 12.ASSELA
W340
W341
1
C5528
W343
W349
W322
W380
W381
W382
W348
16
W347
W500
W370
W372
W373
W375
W379
C5902
C5904
CONTACT
SIDE
W378
D5511
SPCONT
EVOLCLK
PROTECT
3.FRP
2.FRN
1.KEY4
4.FLN
W371
W376
W377
C5530
C5531
W374
W499
20.UN+56
19.VA-12V
18.AC
17.GNDD
16.GNDD
15.GNDM
14.VU+12V
13.VU+5V
12.VU+5V
11.PROTECT
10.EVOL-CE
9.EVOL-DATA
8.EVOL-CLK
7.SPCON
6.GNDA
5.FLP
CN5507
EVOLCS
SPDIF
W498
W368
GNDM
IN
W395
IC5508
EVOLDATA
AC
W354
W355
IC5591
W369
CN5503
W351
OPEN
W367
W350
W352
W353
W384
W491
W479
5 CH
C5526
EXPCS
W344
W345
W478
W331
11.CDL
10.GNDA
9.CDR
8.GNDA
7.RECR
6.PBR
5.GNDA
4.PBL
3.RECL
2.
AUXMUTE
1.
ATTCONT
W342
C5718
C5717
W364
NJM78M56FA
OUT
A
W393
W396
W383
GNDC
GNDV
KN5501
7.NC
6.GNDD
5.V+5D
4.CTS
3.RTS
2.RXD
1.TXD
OPEN
W496
W497
W486
W483
W399
W400
20
CN5901
G
CN1902
K
CN8002
CN5901
W485
W325
W326
W327
W328
W329
DVDCS
W330
CN5506
VE+5V
W494
W316
W317
OPEN
W318
W332
VA+12TX
W333
W334
W335
W336
CN5504
C5510
W337
W338
IF ASSY
CMKS-P3X
W302
VE+5V
CN5508
W304
OPEN
W305
21.ECHOVOL
20.LEVELIN
19.KEYSTB
18.KEYSCK
17.KEYSDATA
W488
W324
W490
R5601
R5606
D5501
C5501
OPEN
W366
W361
PRINTED
SIDE
W365
W362
W363
W390
W388
R5914
W387
20
7
W489
D5503
W315
C5502
D5508
C5709
X5701
W207
W203
CN5509
W205
W206
IC5701
W204
W202
W201
C5803
C5804
VA+12V
W221
W222
Q5805
Q5802
DECK FFC
W224
R5804
CN5802
W220
W242
W238
W314
L5501
W312
D5505
IN
CONTACT
13 1
SIDE
17.RECL
16.PBL
15.GNDA
14.PBR
13.RECR
12.XPBMUTE
R5802
W226
W223
3.MS
2.VB+12V
1.GNDB
CONTACT
SIDE
W244
W241
C5955
W265
VUN+5VM
VUN+5V
W282
W285
SERVICE
W274
W295
C5951
W292
CN5502
W309
VD+5V
CONTACT
SIDE
D5504
C5507
D5509
W321
8.MUTE
W320
C5508
W323
OUT
D5502
IC5507
NJM7805FA
PRINTED SIDE
W357
W358
W360
W359
W385
W389
JA5903
W397
1
1
7
1
W386
CN5501
CN5902
1
CN5701
CN5903
11.DOLBY ON/OFF
10.RECMUTE
9.PB/XREC
8.XBEATCUT
7.BIAS
6.GNDD
5.VA+12V
C5806
4.VA+12V
C5805
W243
W239
Q5955
W266
W267
W269
VM+12V
W268
VUN+12V
W270
Q5952
W291
W293
D5953
W294
D5951
R5954
W308
W306
1.XCDRST
2.SEL1
3.SEL2
4.SCLK
5.SMDATA
6.MSDATA
7.ACK
J2
VE+56
GNDU
W356
J4
9.GNDD
10.NC
11.VDET
12.GNDD
13.NC
14.NC
15.NC
16.VUN+5V
17.VUN+5V
18.VUN+5VM
19.VUN+5VM
20.GNDD(M)
21.GNDD(M)
22.GNDD
23.GNDD
24.SPDIF
25.GNDD
26.VUN+12V
27.GNDA
28.CDL
29.GNDA
30.CDR
W346
1
1
11
11
1
1
UN+56
Q5951
IC5801
17
1
1
CONTACT
UPPER SIDE
1
J1
B
15 15
14
11
J3
GNDD
2121
1
17
17
1
7
KN5503
CN5503 CN5506 CN5507 CN5508 CN5501
K
C CN8901
K
IF ASSY
CN1901
G
KN5502
3
CN2506
DECK
MECHA.
30
J
17
CN5101
GNDD
7
1 1
-
KEY4
16
17
17
1
1
1
2121
1
CN5510
1
1
(1 RED,2 BLACK)
12.GNDA
+
GNDU
VA+12V
DSPMUTEOUT
DSPOUT
DSPCLK
GNDD
GNDM
GNDD
VU+12V
CN5903
1
C
CN8751 CN8101
CN5801
1
C
CN201
(XNP3060-D)
CN5802
GNDA
A
CN5509
11 11
GNDM
CN5504
1 1
10
GNDU
13.SW
14.GNDA
15.C
1.RECR
2.GNDA
3.RECL
5.FR
4.GNDA
6.GNDA
7.FL
8.GNDA
9.RS
10.GNDA
11.LS
10.CSRST
11.A/D MODE
1.GNDD
2.RX1
3.NC
4.NC
5.NC
6.NC
7.GNDD
8.CDPDN
9.CDCS
20.XDSPMUTEIN
21.DSPMUTEOUT
18.CSDI
19.CA18
17.CA19
16.NC
VE+56
1
2
XV-EV51
IC5507
B
GNDA
GNDD
1
54
B
F
CN5505
CN5701
IC5801
IC5701
Q5805
Q5802
E
Q5806
Q5701
Q5955
Q5951
Q5952
D
IC5501
C
IC5591
IC5508
10.CA15
11.CA16
12.CA17
13.CSREQ
14.CSDO
15.CSCS
1.GNDD
2.GNDD
3.VD+5V
4.VD+5V
5.CDERR
6.ABOOT
7.CDDO
8.FS96
9.CSCLK
GNDM
CN5510
To FAN
To M-EV51 or M-EV21
Power amplfier
CN8001
B
A
CN8003
SIDE A
4.5 IF ASSY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
B
IF ASSY
C
1
7055Q
1955C
3155D
4155D
1
9065C
2695C
2155D
17
0695C
0155D
1
2165R
1165R
1
5
151
0155Q
21
15
I
C
55
10
08
08
18
3075R
CN5505
2075R
6175C
1175R
CN5802
1085Q
10
CN5509
61
4175C
Q5802
1
VA+12V
9
Q5701
Q5806
0175R
6075C
4175R
CN5701
11
8
17
033
0
4185R
6185R
5CH DVD
1
GNDU
8.MUTE
9.GNDD
10.NC
1.XCDRST
2.SEL1
3.SEL2
4.SCLK
5.SMDATA
6.MSDATA
7.ACK
4155C
1155Q
1
2355C
5055C
11
3155C
3355C
21
1
11
4955R
9955R
6055Q
4055R
3055R
0855R
1055Q
CN5501
Y
C
V
6095C
5255C
2055Q
CN5504
2095L
VD+5V
GNDD
3955C
2CH DVD
7085Q
Q5701
5595R
D
Q5955
13.TXCE
12.TXIDATA
11.TXCLK
10.TXODATA
9.TXR
8.GNDTX
7.TXL
CN5502
VUN+12V
Q5951
Q5952
VM+12V
VUN+5V
VUN+5VM
2.VB+12V
1.GNDB
7595C
6.TXMUTE
5.ST/TUNE
4.TUNE
3.V+10
2.RDS
1.NC
3175R
9075R
5075C
Q5954
Q5952
Q5951
17.C
15.SW 16.GNDA
13.LS 14.GNDA
21.GNDD(M)
11.VDET
12.GNDD
13.NC
14.NC
15.NC
16.VUN+5V
17.VUN+5V
18.VUN+5VM
19.VUN+5VM
20.GNDD(M)
6595R
1.SWFMIX
13
1075CI
GNDA
0175C
11
1175C
6611
5.VA+12V
4.VA+12V
3.MS
9.PB/XREC
8.XBEATCUT
6.GNDD 7.BIAS
10.RECMUTE
12.XPBMUTE
11.DOLBY ON/OFF
17.RECL
16.PBL
15.GNDA
14.PBR
13.RECR
RECR
RECL
CN5801
1.GNDU
2.VE+5V
3.LCDCLK
4.LCDDATA
5.KEY3
6.KEY2
7.KEY1
8.REMOCON
9.VA+12V
10.GNDD
11.GNDD
2185R
8 8
1
9
8
1085CI
2175C
5175C
8075C
9
Q5805
16
1
CN5801
11
8085Q
4075R
CN5701
6085R
1085R
Q5511
Q5510
Q5953
3.RECR 4.GNDA
2.DTSDMIX
3085Q
10
11.RS 12.GNDA
9.FL 10.GNDA
7.FR 8.GNDA
5.RECL 6.GNDA
4085Q
IC5501
VA+12V
IC5507
00
1
VM+12V
3075C
7075R
6075R 8075R
3185R
Q5501
1
9085R
12.ASSELA
1085D
3255R
5185R
3085R
1085C
1185R
11.CDL
22.GNDD
23.GNDD
24.SPDIF
25.GNDD
26.VUN+12V
27.GNDA
28.CDL
29.GNDA
1365R
10.GNDA
30.CDR
1855R
9.CDR
2255R
5075R
TXL
1
8.GNDA
9155R
6355R
4355R
TXR
E
GNDM
CN5903
1
2695R
7.RECR
GNDU
4065R
5355R
3355R
2355R
0355R
Q5502
CDL
1.GNDM
2.SOL 3.NC
5.HALF
6.MODE
7.GNDM
9.RECF
Q5806
5085R
3065R
4255R
0255R
C
IC5507
Q5506
CDR
1355R
9255R
2085C
17
6.PBR
1.TXD
2.RXD
3.RTS
4.CTS
5.GND
6.S-C
7.GND
8.V
9.GND
10.S-Y
11.GND
12.NC
13.GND
14.NC
15.GND
16.NC
IF ASSY
12.VU+5V
11.PROTECT
16
10.EVOL-CE
GNDD
CN5901
7.SPCON
6.GNDA
5.FLP
4.FLN
3.FRP
2.FRN
1.KEY4
1
5.GNDA
3.RECL 4.PBL
2.AUXMUTE
1.ATTCONT
1
CN5502
9.EVOL-DATA
8.EVOL-CLK
GNDM
14.TXR
13.VA+12TX
12. VA+12V
1
CN5501
VU+12V
GNDD
1075R
8255R
7255R
VE+5V
4.PULSE
2595D
0065R
5455R
2455R
1455R
8355R
6255R
5255R
1255R
6155R
8155R
8.VD+5V
10.MOTOR
11.RECR
B
GNDD
GNDA
9085C
VE+56
11.FRP
10.FRN
9.FLP
8.FLN
GNDA
0165R
2855R
5155C
3155R
4155R
7155R
8595R
30
CN5903
3.VA-12V
4.GNDD
2165C
9065R
05 0
5
13
13
6855R
3855R
5855R
4855R
0185R
4455R
3455R
0455R
9355R
7355R
9155C
2595C
19.KEYSTB
20.LEVELIN
9455R
18.KEYSCK
6455R
Q5529 Q5508
Q5505
4165R
3165C
CMKS-P3X
1
8455R
3955R
7085C
17.KEYSDATA
0255C
Q5507
3165R
9555R 0955R
8555R
7555R
5555R 4555R 3555R
7455R 2555R 2955R
1555R 0555R 8855R
00
Q5955
1265R
8155C
6155C
7155C
0365R
4955C
9265R
21.ECHOVOL
1655R
0655R
IC5508
Q5512
Q5509
16.VOCALC
15.VOCALB
1.RECR
2.GNDA
3.RECL
5.FR
4.GNDA
6.GNDA
7.FL
8.GNDA
9.RS
10.GNDA
11.LS
12.GNDA
IC5591
CN5501
14.VOCALA
8055R
6055C
7855R
2155C
9855R
1595R
13.ASSELB
CN5504
13.SW
14.GNDA
15.C
CN5508
2255C
8265R
3595Q
4595C
GNDD
VA+12TX
10.CSRST
11.A/D MODE
6555R
1
7
7.
6.GNDA
5.VU+12V
IN
9.CDCS
B
15.GNDA
17.MUTE
16.TXL
CN5503
7.GNDD
8.CDPDN
CN5506
1055R
3055C
4595Q
2595R
IC5508
11
6611
1.GNDD
2.RX1
3-6.NC
5655R
4655R
3655R
2655R
7955R
8955R
2155Q
5955C
8055Q
6655R
6955R
5165R
5695R
7065R
1955R
18
0755R
1755R
2755R
4755R
7755R
9755R
2055R
0155R
2155R
5755R
6755R
5065R
8755R
6055R
7055R
9055R
1155R
GNDU
OUT
IN
GNDU
3755R
3695R
1695C
6695R
2955C
9655R
8655R
7655R
4595D
9055Q
2065R
5055Q
5055R
1155C
OUT
XWZ3617
XWZ3624
XWZ3627
CN5901
7255C
1955CI
4695R
9255C
8065R
0185C
8
6955C
1065D
2065C
3065C
3065D
5065D
5065C
9
9065D
2065D
1065C
4065C
4065D
6065D
6065C
8065C
C5616
8
E
0165C
1165C
21.DSPMUTEOUT
CN5507
5095R
1165D
20.UN+56
19.VA-12V
18.AC
17.GNDD
16.GNDD
15.GNDM
14.VU+12V
13.VU+5V
9055C
B
0165D
4095R
1255C
1095R
1095C
3095R 3095L 7065D 8065D
7095R 3095C
7065C
10.CA15
11.CA16
C5615
GNDM
7
8095R
6095R
12.CA17
13.CSREQ
14.CSDO
15.CSCS
16.NC
17.CA19
18.CSDI
19.CA18
20.XDSPMUTEIN
2.GNDD
1.VE+56
3695C
C5614
20
CN5902
2195R
CN5503
1.GNDD
2.GNDD
3.VD+5V
4.VD+5V
5.CDERR
6.ABOOT
7.CDDO
8.FS96
9.CSCLK
GNDA
9095R
0195R
CN5507
7095C
5095C
CN5505
CN5501
1195R
8085C
A
Q5804
Q5801
Q5803
E
Q5802 Q5805
Q5807
IC5701 Q5808
Q5801
CN5802 CN5509
(XNP3060-D)
F
B
XV-EV51
5
6
7
55
8
1
2
56
3
4
XV-EV51
C
M J5401
F
(XNP3060-C)
CN8301
C8601
C8701
C8702
IC8601
C8614
IC8701
FC
ICT
IC8601
IC8701
C8613
C8602
W120
IC8703
W177
W117
W487
IC8602
W161
R8724
IC8603
IC8702
W121
W116
W159
B
C8714
W160
W162
W492
W178
W119
CN8301 C8752
W179
W163
W140
1 1
IC8753
W124
W125
R8626
R8625
W141
W142
W164
W143
W144
C8829
W145
C8762
IC8801
C8831
B
17 17
W107
IC8301
C8305
W128
W182
W183
W185
C8310
W149
C8118
C8119
IC8201
C8120
1 1
W130
C8117
W108
V+12V
CN8101
B
C8826
C8822
IC8111
C8213
C8221
21 21
IC8802
W132
D8901
17 GNDA
18 PBL
19 RECL
20 AUXMUTE
C8908
Q8201
IC8101
1 ECHOLVOL
11 CDL
2 LEVELIN
12 GNDA
3 KEYSTB
4 KEYSCK
13 CDR
5 KEYSDATA
14 GNDA
6 VOCALC
15 RECR
7 VOCALB
16 PBR
8 VOCALA
9 ASSELB
10 ASSELA
C8907
D8201
C8222
R8216
C8905
W170
W152
21 ATTNCONT
W187
L8201
1 1
C8509
C8510
C8902
IC8901
W172
W134
W135
W153
W158
W156
W173
W154
W157
W133
W137
W136
W138
W171
C8113
W155
PRINTED
SIDE
IC8803
R8814
D8902
R8904
R8901
NJM7812
CN8901
W180
C8823
C8201
C8309
AF ASSY
CN8101
C8761
IC8752
CN8751
V-12V
W181
W167
W102
W127
C8789
C8833
C8308
W168
C8307
W169
V-12V
CN8751
V+12V
W166
W146
W165
W126
W103
W104
C8312
W147
W101
W105
W106
W148
C8834
W129
W186
CN5505
W150
W131
W151
W109
W110
W111
W112
W113
W114
1 GNDTX
2 TXL
3 GNDTX
4 TXR
5 VA+12TX
6 VA+12V
7 FRP
8 FRN
9 FLP
10 FLN
11 GNDA
12 GNDA
13 VU+12V
14 GNDD
15 VA-12V
16 GNDD
17 VE+56
W184
CN5504
CONTACT
SIDE
CMKS-P3X
W123
W122
IC8751
W139
C8751
1 C
2 GNDA
3 SW
4 GNDA
5 LS
6 GNDA
7 RS
8 GNDA
9 FL
10 GNDA
11 FR
12 GNDA
13 ANAL
14 GNDA
15 ANAR
16 DTSMIX
17 SWFMIX
W176
C8713
C8625
For Binder
C8622
C8620
C8626
4
PRODUCTION CODE
1
4
CONTACT
SIDE
IC8603
1
IC8801
IC8752
Q8201
CN5503
CONTACT
SIDE
IC8703
IC8702
E
IC8602
IC8751
IC8753
D
IC8301
IC8201
IC8111
IC8101
C
IC8802
IC8803
IC8901
W174
C8906
W189
W175
CN8701
SRP
CN
CP
SWN
SWP
SLN
SLP
SRN
2
9
B
CN8901
17 17
W190
C8111
B
JA8401
10
1
3
5
7
CN8701
C
A
AF ASSY
TO. STEREO POWER AMPLIFIER
(M-EV51 CN-3002)
SIDE A
4.6 AF ASSY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
C
A
AF ASSY
CN8701
C8514
7158R
R8516 R8515
C8402
R8402
0878C
2878C
1878C
3878C
C8785
8158C
3158C
2378C
4378C
1378C
3378C
R8411 C8407 C8401
C8516 C8517
C8404
8
D8710
4878C
3048Q
D8759
R8312
C8830
8
3088CI
3098C
3778C
8
IC8752
6138C
1
IC8801
R8774
C8619
4
C8519
3678C
R8719
C8719
1
C8725
1 C
2 GNDA
3 SW
4 GNDA
5 LS
6 GNDA
7 RS
8 GNDA
9 FL
10 GNDA
11 FR
12 GNDA
13 ANAL
14 GNDA
15 ANAR
16 DTSMIX
17 SWFMIX
R8722
C8722
C8726
4
R8718
1
8
C8721
R8717
8578Q
5
4
5
4
3578Q
IC8601
1
5
4
R8702
C8704
R8748
IC8701
R8745
C8708
R8746
C8706
R8742
R8744
R8708
LS
FL
R8605 C8609
R8603 R8607
C8605 C8607
R8601 C8603
RS
9578Q
C8710
R8704
R8720
C8720
R8606
C8610
C8608 R8608
C8606 R8604
C8604 R8602
IC8602
IC8702
IC8603
IC8703
E
Q8758
Q8754
8
C8715
8
1
4578Q
6178C
6168C
R8743
IC8703
C8615
1478R
D8601
FR
XWZ3628
XWZ3625
XWZ3618
C8623
R8723
R8721
5
5
3068CI
1
41
2068CI
C8724
C8723
2078CI
1
8
7
8
1
8
1
R8752
CN8301
C8621
IC8751
R8779
R8753
R8757
R8781
C8755
C
4268C
IC8751
SW
R8613
C8760
C8758
R8754
C8756
C8754
IC8753
8
C8618
R8614
R8612
5
R8623
C8628
R8624
R8622
7578C
7268C
1168R
1268R
7168C
LFE
4678C
C8770
IC8753
R8778
R8758
4
7288C
C8768
1.ECHOVOL
2.VA+12V
3.MIC
4.GNDA
LFE
DSPINL
ECHVOL
4
1.ECHOLVOL
2.LEVELIN
3.KEYSTB
4.KEYSCK
5.KEYSDATA
6.VOCALC
7.VOCALB
8.VOCALA
9.ASSELB
10 ASSELA
11 CDL
12 GNDA
1
KEYSTB
R8770
GNDA
C8737
R8728
R8726
R8727
R8777
C8759
R8751
C8753
R8759
R8772
KEYSCK
C8828
C8772
C8774
4
5
6188R
8
R8306
R8307
KEYSDATA
D
7678C
C8824
R8768
Q4002
Q301
R8771
4
C8313
Q3009
C8771
C8788
8
LPFOL
IC8301
Q3010
5
R8304
C8315
R8305
CMKS-P3X
5
DSPINL
2068D
5128R
5
1
GNDA
R8773
R8769
R8767
C8769
1
1
6611
17
R8211
R8210
C8219
R8207
C8218
R8205
C8217
R8206
C8216
C8215
C8214
C8202
LPFOR
1088CI
4
11
5
4
9088R
8
1
2088CI
4
1018CI
7018C
4038C
13CDR
14GNDA
15RECR
16PBR
17GNDA
18PBL
19RECL
20
2038R
IC8201
LEVELIN
GNDA
C8207
1
1
82
82
8
9
R8203
C8204
R8202
R8201
R8729
IC8201
C8208
C8311
R8308
C8786
IC8111
C8210
C8209
C8306
IC8301
R8802 R8801
R8803 C8803
CN8751
R8212
R8204
C8205
DSPINR
C
R8213
GNDA
C8302
IC8101
Q8201
C8211
R8105
C8203
FADEROL
R8303
IC8802
R8214
41
41
11
1
C8303
51
51
44
8
CN8101
5158C
1058Q
1
1018R
21.ATTNCONT
20.AUXMUTE
11
6611
5 5
R8111
Q8101
Q8102
C8212
C8223
R8217
C8206
FADEROR
C8108
R8106
Q8201
CDR
C8806
FADEROL
AF ASSY
8
9
21
R8108
R8112
VA-12V
C8220
R8209
R8208
IC8111
IC8803
OUT
PBR
R8104
C8106
R8103
C8105
R8107
IC8901
R8811
C8810
C8812
C8103 C8101
GNDA
D8757
C8778
C8779
C8775
C8776
C8809
R8812
R8810
R8808
C8808
B
D8762
D8760
IC8901
1
CN8901
R8102
D8756
D8758
Q8501
Q8401
IN
AUXINL
PBL
CDL
C8811
R8813
C8807
GNDA
CN8751
D8711
D8709
C8729
VU+12V
AUXOUTL
AUXOUTR
C8728
D8708
C8813
RECR
C8301
R8301
C8730
D8706
C8736
R8513
R8511
R8518
R8519
R8815
Q8101
Q8403
Q8503
Q8502
Q8402
D8705
D8707
VA-12V
RECL
CN8101
CN8701
VA+12V
Q8102
PBR
ATTNCONT
VA-12V
AUXMUTE
VA+12V
TXL
AUXINR
TXR
12 GNDA
11 GNDA
10 FLN
9 FLP
8 FRN
7 FRP
6 VA+12V
5 VA+12TX
4 TXR
3 GNDTX
2 TXL
1 GNDTX
TXR
GNDA
GNDTX
13 VU+12V
AUXINL
15 VA-12V
14 GNDD
GNDA
C8403
R8405
C8405
R8407
R8409
2088D
R8403
GNDA(AUXIN)
17
CN8901
R8401
D8755
1
4098C
7278C
Q8401
R8410
FOR
SERVICE
D8712
L8701
2058Q
Q8402
1048D
GNDD
VE+56
4158R
R8408
17 VE+56
16 GNDD
D8761
2158R
C8406
3058Q
R8404
R8406
C8735
Q8759
Q8753
C8707
R8707
C8705
C8703
C8709
R8703
R8701
R8747
IC8701
IC8601
(XNP3060-C)
F
C
XV-EV51
5
6
7
57
8
3
RCH
W247
C2261
C2262
1
CN5801
IC2202
17
CN2506
CONTACT SIDE
ICT FC
C2255
F2201
PRINTED
SIDE
D2256
C2251
W246
IC2201
IC2201
W263
W257
W255
W235 VA12
W236
GNDA
C2218
VA12
GNDA
W237
VREF
W258
W259
Lch
VR2301
VR2302
Lch
W240
Rch
GNDA
W241
W242
C2312
VREF
VR2402
VR2401
IC2301
C2418
C2417
IC2301
C2310
C2404
C2403
C2309
W260 VREF
W261 VA12
Adj.
C2311
Rch
W239
R2321
PB LEVEL Adj.
BIG
C2217
REC LEVEL
C
B
1
IC2202
C2210
LCH
CN2506
W228
3
W249
W227
CN2507
XNP3061-A
DI P
W251
VREF
W223
W253
W252 GNDA
C2209
C2203
VREF
GNDA
W231
L
C2208
1
C2201
3
W219
W234
W233
CMKS-P3X
C2202
C2307
L2404
C2425
IC2401
IC2401
Q2805
Production Code
C2308
C2409
L2403
C2410
W243
C2407
C2408
DECK ASSY
Q2805
W248
GNDA
C2406
W244
C2207
C2215
C2422
L2402
L2401
C2421
CN2301
2
Rch
VR2801
VR2802
Q2802
Q2801
1
6
C2810
Lch
Q2806
C2803
L2801
SIDE
3
4
W262
Q2806
C2809
A
BIG
C2801
PRINTED
1 2
Adj.
DECK MECHA
Q2301
Q2302
Q2803
C2808
1
OPEN
BIAS
CN2302
D2301
CN2301
D2306
D2305
C2420
C2419
C2405
DECK MECHA
D2303
R
C2254
GNDA
W218
VA12
W220
VA12
W238
C2204
C2216
W232
VA12
W250
MS
17.RECL
PBL
15.GNDA
PBR
D2201
W230
RECR
C2314
W224
C2205
C2206
W221
W254
XPBMUTE
DOL ON\OFF
10.RECMUTE
PB/XREC
XBEATCUT
BIAS
DGND
5.VA+12
VA+12
MS
VB+12
1.GNDB
Q2802
DECK TP
C2807
W256
W222
4
1
F2202
PRINTED
SIDE
W225
VR2302
W229
Q2301
Q2302
Q2803
4
1
3
R2806
2
D2302
1
D2304
3
4
Q2801
5
R2803
2
4
VR2301
17
1
2
L2802
5
VR2801
E
VR2402
OPEN
1
58
1
VR2401
VR2802
D
2
R2805
B
CN2302
C2804
E
C2802
A
C2805
C2806
1
3
4
4.7 DECK ASSY
SIDE A
DECK ASSY
(XNP3061-A)
F
E
XV-EV51
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
5182R
BIG
L2801
1232C
5542Q
3142R
0
0
1
1142R
1342C
1
C
B
A
1042Q
1542Q
1142C
3232C
1132R
1532Q
2542R
1542R
0242R
3122R
TP1 CMKS-P3X
3532Q
Adj.
VA12
TP2
GNDA
VREF
BIG
R9008
VR2302
2532Q
VR2401
1042R
C2412
L
R
VR2301
REC LEVEL
VA12
3042R
L
R
VR2402
R2319
VREF
R2404
R2320
C
C2451
2542Q
GNDA
VA12
R2352
R2421
1042D
VREF
PB LEVEL Adj.
C2452
R2453
D
R2351
VA12
0642Q
1022CI
4542Q
8
8
9
9
4022R
6522R
2522D
1522Q
8022R
7022R
6009R
3722R
R2251
E
R2203
R2259
L1
1622R
2022R
4612R
4622R
R
Q2262
2822R
2622R
17
VREF
3
3622R
CN2507
Q2263
Q2262
Q2201
D2253 D2254
5022R
1022R
F2201
1
F2202
4
R2260
R2275
3612R
R2253
R2265
6622R
1722R
0722R
R2206
R2257
8
7622R
R2252
D2255
R2268
Q2261 R2274
3622Q
1322C
4522Q
1922R
R2254
2022CI
3822R
C2211
R2255
5
CN2506
IC2202
GNDA
R2281
C2212
Q2253
2522Q
5522Q
1
C2253
C2256
R2269
C2257
GNDA
VREF
C2252
R2272
1
1
6722R
7722R
MS
GNDA
61
61
D2201
D2256
Q2251
Q2253
Q2252
Q2254
Q2252
0122R
C2230
GNDA
8.XBEATCUT
9.PB/XREC
10.RMUTE
11.DOL ON
12.XPBMUTE
13.RECR
14.PBR
15.GNDA
16.PBL
17.RECL
CN2506
GNDA
3542Q
Q2454
IC2201
XWX3066
XWX3067
Q2453
Q2460
1122R
1.GNDB
2.VB+12
3.MS
4.VA+12
5.VA+12
6.DGND
7.BIAS
VA12
VR2402
VR2401
VR2301
VR2302
Q2452 Q2351 Q2353 Q2352
Q2451
8032D
8942R
2242R
5032Q
2042Q
2132R
Q2306
1
1
1032CI
8
R2310
2042R
6032R
R2305
R2307
R2309
R2308
L2403
R2415
9942R
4
5
IC2201 Q2306
Q2305
Q2302
Q2401
XNP3061-A
C2324
9142R
C2304
C2322
R2409
R2417
R2410
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
5
2042C
4
R2418
R2416
C2315
L2404
9082R
C2303
R2304
3 2 1 0
1042CI
3032Q
4142R
1
8
R2431
C2432
R2303
R2810
CN2302
3182R
3242R
R2455
C2401
R2412
7032D
B
5242R
4242C
3242C
6242R
1032R
2032C
4032Q
1182R
6542Q
E
CN2301
2032R
9932R
R2432
Q2301
D2306
Q2805
1
R2456
L2401
L2402
D2305
VREF
C2301
Q2804
Adj.
L
R
CN2301
D2301
1
Q2302
R2899
R2424
R9005
BIAS
D2303
CN2302
L
R
R2814
VREF
D2304
6182R
VR2801
Q2802
D2302
IC2401
Q2803 Q2804 Q2805
Q2302
Q2304
Q2301
Q2303
Q2456
Q2455
Q2803
8082R 7082R
Q2806
L2802
VR2801
VR2801
Q2802
Q2801
Q2801
VR2802
Q2806
R2898
R2802
R2801
A
(XNP3061-A)
F
E
XV-EV51
5
6
7
59
8
1
2
3
4
4.8 DISP1, DISP2, DISP3 and LED ASSYS
SIDE A
B CN5509
J
1
CN5101
5101
W462
W463
CN5101
CONTACT ON
UPPER SIDE
1
11
1
DISP1 ASSY
11
A
5.LCDDATA
4.LCDCLK
3.VCC
C5103
2.GNDU
1.GNDU
2.VE+5
3.LCDCLK
4.LCDDATA
5.KEY 3
6.KEY 2
7.KEY 1
8.REMIN
9.VA+12
10.GNDD
11.GNDC
1.VLCD
5
L5101
W465
W471
W464
5
CMKS-P3X
1
1
B
C5108
V5101
W472
R5106
D5101
W466
S5102
2CH VIRTUAL
SURROUND
5CH
KARAOKE
S5105
S5103
D5103
ST MEMORY
W467
S5104
ENTER
W473
5.VA+12V
4.KEY 3
3.KEY 2
2.GNDU
1.GNDD
W474
C
S5106
MODE
D5102
DISPLAY1 ASSY
S5101
SOUND
5
1CN5102
1
5
OPEN
D5105
W468
D5108
D5107
(XNP3060-C)
I
5
W475
D5201
R5211
D5204
D5108
MANUAL SOLDER
D5107
MANUAL SOLDER
5
3.GNDU
S5210
OPEN/CLOSE
W458
D5203
MANUAL SOLDER
STOP
1.GNDU
2.KEY 5
LED ASSY
TAPE
TUNNING +
S5207
S5205
S5201
PLAY/PAUSE
S5211
S5208
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|<</<<
TUNNING S5203
J5203
D5202
S5206
VOL +
S5202
VOL -
1.GNDD
2.GNDU
3.KEY 2
4.KEY 3
J5202
2.GRAY
3
1.WHITE
1
1
1
L
DVD/CD
S5204
5.VA+12V
1
D
1
J5102
1
DISP2 ASSY
OPEN
CMKS-P3X
TUNER
S5209
2.GRAY
1.WHITE
(XNP3060-C)
1 2
D5203
DISPLAY2 ASSY
1 2
E
CN5203
LINE
XWZ3622 LED ASSY
(XNP3060-C)
DISPLAY3 ASSY
1.GNDU
2.KEY 5
S5302
DOBLY NR
(DEMO)
CMKS-P3X
S5303
REVERSE
MODE
3.GNDU
1
1
S5301
ASSES
S5304
REC/STOP
3
J5202
H
DISP3 ASSY
(XNP3060-C)
F
H I J L
XV-EV51
60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
DISP1 ASSY
6015C
2015C
9015R
4015C
1115R
C
5015R
5CH:KARAOKE
2CH:VIRTUAL SURROUND
4015R
Q5101
1015Q
D
C
1015C
6015D
B
3015R
S5103
ST MEMORY
7015R
S5104
ENTER
8015R
DISPLAY
2015R
S5102
S5105
4.KEY 2
S5101
SOUND MODE
CMKS-P3X
5.VA+12V
1015R
TIMER/CLOCK ADJ
S5106
2.GNDU
3.KEY 3
B
1.GNDD
DISPLAY1 ASSY
XWZ3619
0115R
9015C
1
0115C
V5101
1115C
5
7015C
CN5101
1.GNDU
2.VE+5
3.LCDCLK
4.LCDDATA
5.KEY 3
6.KEY 2
7.KEY 1
8.REMIN
11.GNDC
9.VA+12
10.GNDD
1.VLCD
2.GNDU
3.VCC
4.LCDCLK
5.LCDDATA
11
A
5345C
5015C
CN5101
1
J
5
1
CN5102
CN5102
DISP2 ASSY
J5102
1
S5207
6025D
5025R
1
4025R
3
2.KEY 5
3.GNDU
S5203
PLAY/PAUSE
|<</<< TUNNING -
J5203
L
S5210
0125R
S5211
LED ASSY
TUNER
CN5203
CMKS-P3X
CMKS-P3X
1
(XNP3060-C)
XWZ3622
LED
ASSY
5025D
DISPLAY2 ASSY
XWZ3620
9025R
OPEN/CLOSE
7025D
8025R
1.GNDU
S5201
D
J5202
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4125R
3125R
LINE
S5209
S5204
DVD/CD
1
STOP
1025R
S5205
VOL S5202
3025R
2025R
7025R
1025C
R5206
2125R
1025Q
Q5201
VOL +
S5206
J5102
J5202
TAPE
5.VA+12V
4.KEY3
3.KEY2
2.GNDU
1.GNDD
S5208
(XNP3060-C)
5
(XNP3060-C)
1035R
3035R
S5304
1.GNDU
2.KEY 5
3.GNDU
S5301
REC/STOP
H
DISP3ASSY
J5202
S5302
ASSES
1
DOBLY NR(DEMO)
REVERSE MODE
E
2035R
DISPLAY3 ASSY
XWZ3621
S5303
3
I
A
J5202
CMKS-P3X
(XNP3060-C)
F
H I J L
XV-EV51
5
6
7
61
8
1
2
3
4
4.9 MIC ASSY
A
SIDE A
SIDE A
M MIC ASSY
C CN8301
VR5401
C5431
C5416
W477
C5420
MIC ASSY
5
W460
C5413
1
W469
W452
C5422
JA5401
W457
3
W456
IC5401
C5426
CMKS-P3X
KN5401
D5401
R5413
C5409
1.ECHOVOL
2.VA+12V
3.MIC
4.GNDA
4
C5401
Q5402
R5411
L5401
W470
W454
W459
C5433
IC5402
C5432
4
4
R5401
2
1
W476
1
J5401
C5421
3
C5410
J5401
W453
1
B
JA5402
1
W461
4
5
3
C
(XNP3060-C)
Q5402
IC5401
IC5402
SIDE B
D
3
8145R
4145C
4145R
5145C
1
1045CI
3
4
CMKS-P3X
4
5
4
1
3
2
XWZ3623
XWZ3626
4.GNDA
7145R
5145R
7145C
J5401
6345C
9145C
8145C
8
2145C
5245C
2045CI
5
9145R
7045C
1145C
1
E
1
4
6145R
8245C
8045C
8045R
9045R
4345C
2145R
0245R
3245C
1245R
4245C
8
2245R
3245R
4245R
11
7045R
2345R
1
1.ECHOVOL
2.VA+12V
3.MIC
5245R
6245R
7245C
2045R
3345R
0345R
9
1345R
4
J5401
5
9245R
0345C
9245C
6045R
5045R
4045R
6045C
3045R
4045C
5045C
3045C
2045C
1045Q
4345R
16
16
MIC ASSY
(XNP3060-C)
Q5401
IC5401
IC5402
F
M
M
XV-EV51
62
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4.10 DSP ASSY(XV-EV51 Only)
SIDE A
SIDE A
A
K DSP ASSY(XV-EV51_Only)
B CN5507
B CN5506
B CN5508
CN8001
CN8002
CN8003
B
C
IC8201 Q8301 Q8201
IC8204
IC8501
IC8601
Q8351
IC8101
IC8102
IC8301
IC8401
IC8021
(ANP7442-B)
SIDE B
D
E
CN8001
CN8002
IC8202
CN8003
Q8353
(ANP7442-B)
IC8203
F
K
K
XV-EV51
5
6
7
63
8
1
2
3
4
5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES:
A
B
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%).
560 Ω
56 x 10 1
RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
561
47k Ω
RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
47 x 10 3
473
0.5 Ω
RN2H R 5 0 K
R50
1Ω
RS1P 1 R 0 K
1R0
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ω
562 x 10 1
5621
RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
AWX8059
IC8101
> IC8021
> IC8011
IC8201
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
XV-EV51/ZLXJ/NC
1..DSP ASSY
NSP
C
NSP
NSP
NSP
D
XWM3206
XWZ3617
XWZ3618
XWZ3619
XWZ3620
XWZ3621
XWZ3622
XWZ3626
1..DECK ASSY
XWZ3067
1..DVD ASSY
2..DVD IF ASSY
2..DVDM ASSY
AXA7110
AWM7677
AWM7684
1..LOADING MECHANISM ASSY
2..LOAB ASSY
VWT1203
VWG2346
1..FM/AM TUNER MODULE
AXQ7228
1..MEDIA ASSY
2..IF ASSY
2..AF ASSY
2..DISP 1 ASSY
2..DISP 2 ASSY
2..DISP 3 ASSY
2..LED ASSY
2..MIC ASSY
XWM3208
XWZ3627
XWZ3628
XWZ3619
XWZ3620
XWZ3621
XWZ3622
XWZ3623
1..DECK ASSY
XWZ3066
NSP
1..DVD ASSY
2..DVD IF ASSY
2..DVDM ASSY
AXA7110
AWM7677
AWM7684
NSP
NSP
1..LOADING MECHANISM ASSY
2..LOAB ASSY
VWT1203
VWG2346
1..FM/AM TUNER MODULE
AXQ7228
Mark No.
F
Description
Part No.
CS493292
NJM2391DL1-25
NJM2391DL1-33
PD8104A
IC8501
IC8202, IC8203
IC8601
IC8102
Q8351
TC74LVX244FT
TC74VHC574F
TC74VHCT08AFT
TC7WU04FU
RN2903
Q8301
Q8353
D8301-D8304
D8353
D8351, D8352
UMD2N
UN5212
1SS355
DAN202K
DAP202K
COILS AND FILTERS
L8011, L8102, L8201 Chip Inductor
L8301, L8302, L8501, L8601
L8305 Chip Beads
QTL1013
QTL1013
VTL1089
CAPACITORS
XV-EV21/ZLXJ/NC
NSP
E
1..MEDIA ASSY
2..IF ASSY
2..AF ASSY
2..DISP 1 ASSY
2..DISP 2 ASSY
2..DISP 3 ASSY
2..LED ASSY
2..MIC ASSY
Description
C8305, C8306
C8117
C8107, C8109, C8113, C8120, C8122
C8205, C8206, C8209, C8210, C8308
C8318, C8503, C8603
CCSRCH120J50
CCSRCH271J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
C8115, C8116
C8302, C8501, C8601
C8001, C8014, C8024, C8103, C8307
C8316, C8323
C8320
CCSRCH6R0D50
CEAL100M16
CEAL101M10
CEAL101M10
CEAL220M6R3
C8123
C8011, C8021
C8906
C8102, C8106, C8108, C8114
C8118, C8119, C8121, C8124, C8202
CEAL2R2M50
CEAL4R7M16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
C8204, C8207, C8208, C8211, C8309
C8317, C8324, C8502, C8602, C8920
C8319, C8329-C8332, C8903, C8907
C8911
C8301, C8304, C8321
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB473K25
RESISTORS
Part No.
R8313, R8501
R8312
Other Resistors
K DSP Assy (EV51 Only)
RAB4C101J
RS1/16S1802F
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC8301
CN8002 11P SOCKET
CN8003 15P SOCKET
AK4586VQ
AKP7069
AKP7071
XV-EV51
64
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
6
Description
Part No.
CN8001 21P SOCKET
X8301 CRYSTAL RES.(12.28MHz)
8903 SCREW PLATE
AKP7074
ASS7046
VNE1948
KN8901, KN8902 EARTH METAL FIT.
X8101 CRYSTAL RES.(27MHz)
VNF1084
VSS1172
7
Mark No.
Description
X201 Crystal RES.(7.2MHz)
Part No.
ASS1093
B IF ASSY (XWZ3617)
A
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC5591, IC5801
A FM/AM TUNER MODULE
IC5501
Q5951, Q5801, Q5952
BU4094BCF
NJM7805FA
NJM78M56FA
PDC093A
2SB1237X
Q5501, Q5953, Q5954
Q5701
Q5806
Q5803
Q5505, Q5509
2SC2412K
2SD1858X
2SD2012
DTA124EK
DTA143EK
Q5506, Q5507, Q5508
Q5502, Q5807, Q5808, Q5802, Q5805
D5501, D5502, D5506, D5508, D5509
D5703, D5951, D5953, D5801, D5952
D5954
DTC124EK
DTC143EK
1SS133
1SS133
1SS355
D5511
D5701
D5507
D5609, D5512, D5513, D5514
MTZJ11B
MTZJ11C
MTZJ6.8B
UDZS6.8B
> IC5507
> IC5508
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC201
IC202
Q201, Q204, Q205
Q202
Q203
BA1451F
LC72131MD
2SC2412K
DTA124ES
DTC124EK
D201
D202
1SS133
MTZJ5.1C
COILS AND FILTERS
L201 (FM Detector coil)
F202 (Ceramic filter)
F201 (Ceramic filter)
F203 (AM Ceramic filter)
8
ATE7003
ATF-107
ATF-119
ATF1155
CAPACITORS
B
C206
C212, C213, C226, C233-C235
C240
C231, C232
C223
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH150J50
CEAT100M50
C229
C224
C227
C241
C243
CEAT101M10
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT220M25
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT330M16
C5502 (0.047F)
C5962, C5963,
C5901, C5903, C5906
C5958, C5959
C5531
ACH1246
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH331J50
CEAL100M16
CEAL100M50
C228
C237
C211
C210
C204, C238, C602
CEAT3R3M50
CEAT470M10
CEJA1R0M50
CEJA470M16
CKSRYB102K50
C5530
C5510, C5702, C5717, C5718, C5803
C5804, C5953, C5955, C5956
C5526
C5507, C5805
CEAL1R0M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M16
CEAT1R0M50
C101, C102, C208, C220, C239
C242, C601
C216, C217
C225
C201, C205, C209, C214, C230
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB123K50
CKSRYB153K50
CKSRYB223K50
C5951
C5501, C5504, C5806
C5528
C5902, C5904
C5506, C5612,
CEAT220M50
CEAT470M16
CEAT470M50
CEAT471M6R3
C5613CKSRYB102K50
C236, C603
C221
C202, C222
C215
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB473K16
CKSRYB681K50
C5516, C5517, C5518, C5521, C5529
C5593, C5594, C5601, C5603, C5605
C5607, C5609, C5610, C5703, C5808
C5809, C5810, C5952, C5954, C5957
C5503, C5505, C5509, C5512, C5515
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
R211
R221
R233
R243
R103
RD1/4PU221J
RD1/4PU222J
RD1/4PU391J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S331J
C5527, C5532, C5591, C5616, C5802
C5960
C5592, C5801
C5961
C5807
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB221K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB473K25
R104
Other Resistors
RS1/10S391J
RS1/16S###J
C5614
CKSRYF105Z10
C
COILS AND FILTERS
L5501
LAU220J
CAPACITORS
D
E
RESISTORS
RESISTORS
OTHERS
CN201 13P Connector
BN201 4P Terminal
Shield Case T
Shield Case B
R5957
R5953
R5802, R5804, R5807
R5954
R5601, R5606
52044-1345
AKA7003
ANK7072
ANK7073
RD1/2PM121J
RD1/2PM331J
RD1/4PU102J
RD1/4PU152J
RD1/4PU473J
XV-EV51
5
6
7
F
65
8
1
Mark No.
2
Description
Other Resistors
3
Part No.
Mark No.
RS1/16S###J
A
OTHERS
CN5502 7P Connector
CN5509, CN5802 11P Connector
CN5701 13P Connector
CN5506 11P Plug
CN5508 15P Plug
52045-0745
52045-1145
52045-1345
AKP7058
AKP7060
CN5503, CN5505, CN5801 17P Plug
CN5504, CN5507 21P Plug
X5501 Ceramic RES. (10MHz)
CN5510 2P Plug
CN5901 16P Connector
AKP7061
AKP7063
ASS7034
KM200SA2
VKN1192
CN5903 30P Connector
CN5902 7P Connector
KN5501, KN5502 Earth metal FIT.
KN5503 Earth metal FIT.
JA5903 2P Pinjack
VKN1206
VKN1211
VNF1084
VNF1084
XKB3039
CN5501 20P Socket
XKP3051
4
Description
Part No.
C5501, C5504, C5526, C5806
C5528
C5902, C5904
C5506, C5612, C5613
C5516-C5518, C5521, C5529
CEAT470M16
CEAT470M50
CEAT471M6R3
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
C5593, C5594, C5601, C5603, C5605
C5607, C5609, C5610, C5703
C5808-C5810, C5952, C5954, C5957
C5503, C5505, C5509, C5512, C5515
C5527, C5532, C5616, C5802, C5960
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
C5801
C5961
C5807
CKSRYB221K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB473K25
B
RESISTORS
R5957
R5953
R5802, R5804, R5807
R5954
R5601, R5606
OTHERS
B IF ASSY(XWZ3627)
SEMICONDUCTORS
C
IC5801
IC5501
Q5951, Q5955
BU4094BCF
NJM7805FA
NJM78M56FA
PDC097A
2SA1282
Q5801, Q5804
Q59522
Q5501, Q5701
Q5806
Q5510, Q5511
2SB1132
SB1237X
2SD1858X
2SD2012
2SD2114K
Q5512, Q5803
Q5505, Q5509
Q5506-Q5508
Q5502, Q5805
D5501, D5502, D5504, D5506
DTA124EK
DTA143EK
DTC124EK
DTC143ES
1SS133
D5508, D5509, D5703, D5951, D5953
D5510, D5801, D5952, D5954
D5511
D5701
D5507
1SS133
1SS355
MTZJ11B
MTZJ11C
MTZJ6.8B
D5609, D5610
D5512-D5514
UDZS15B
UDZS6.8B
> IC5507
> IC5508
D
52045-0745
52045-1145
52045-1345
AKP7061
AKP7063
X5501 Ceramic RES. (10MHz)
CN5510 2P Plug
CN5901 16P Connector
CN5903 30P Connector
CN5902 7P Connector
ASS7034
KM200SA2
VKN1192
VKN1206
VKN1211
KN5501, KN5502 Earth metal FIT.
L5902, L5903
JA5903 2P Pinjack
CN5501 20P Socket
VNF1084
VTL1084
XKB3039
XKP3051
SEMICONDUCTORS
COILSANDFILTERS
IC8111, IC8801
IC8301
IC8101
IC8602
IC8201
AN4558NS
BA3838F
BU4052BCF
BU4066BCF
M65847AFP
IC8601, IC8603, IC8701, IC8702,
IC8751, IC8752, IC8753, IC8802,
IC8901
Q8401, Q8402
Q8201
IC8703NJM4558MD
IC8803NJM4558MD
NJM7812FA
2SC2412K
2SD1858X
Q8501, Q8502
Q8403, Q8503, Q8754, Q8758
Q8101, Q8102, Q8753, Q8759
D8401, D8802
D8201
2SD2114K
DTA124EK
DTC124EK
1SS355
MTZJ5.6B
D8901, D8902
D8601, D8602
MTZJ6.8B
UDZS6.8B
LAU220J
CAPACITORS
F
CN5502 7P Connector
CN5509, CN5802 11P Connector
CN5701 13P Connector
CN5503, CN5801 17P Plug
CN5504 21P Plug
C AF ASSY(XWZ3618)
E
L5501
RD1/2PM121J
RD1/2PM331J
RD1/4PU102J
RD1/4PU152J
RD1/4PU473J
C5502 (0.047F)
C5962, C5963
C5901, C5903, C5906
C5958, C5959
C5531
ACH1246
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH331J50
CEAL100M16
CEAL100M50
C5530
C5510, C5702, C5717, C5718
C5803, C5804, C5953, C5955, C5956
C5507, C5805
C5951
CEAL1R0M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT220M50
CAPACITORS
C8212
C8705, C8706, C8709, C8710, C8755
C8759
C8217
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH471J50
XV-EV51
66
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
6
Description
Part No.
7
Mark No.
8
Description
Part No.
C8609, C8610
CCSRCH820J50
C8111
C8113, C8119, C8120, C8221, C8509
C8510, C8752, C8752, C8822, C8826
C8833, C8834
C8789, C8823
CEAL100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M16
IC8111, IC8801
IC8301
IC8101
IC8201
IC8802, IC8803
AN4558NS
BA3838F
BU4052BCF
M65847AFP
NJM4558MD
C8902
C8305, C8308, C8309, C8310, C8601
C8602, C8701, C8702, C8751
C8117, C8118, C8201, C8213, C8222
C8307, C8625, C8626, C8829, C8831
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT470M16
CEAT470M16
IC8901
Q8401, Q8402
Q8201
Q8501, Q8502
Q8403, Q8503
NJM7812FA
2SC2412K
2SD1858X
2SD2114K
DTA124EK
C8905, C8906, C8907, C8908
C8312
C8903
C8220, C8605, C8606
C8101, C8103, C8107, C8108, C8203
CEAT470M16
CEAT4R7M50
CKSQYF105Z25
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
Q8101, Q8102
D8401, D8802
D8201
D8901, D8902
DTC124EK
1SS355
MTZJ5.6B
MTZJ6.8B
C8204, C8205, C8218, C8313, C8514
C8519, C8615, C8616, C8619, C8621
C8623, C8624, C8715, C8716, C8723
C8724, C8725, C8726, C8727, C8728
C8729, C8730, C8736, C8763, C8764
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
C8771, C8772, C8773, C8774, C8775
C8776, C8778, C8779, C8810, C8811
C8812, C8813, C8828, C8830
C8301, C8302, C8303, C8407, C8515
C8518, C8754
SEMICONDUCTORS
B
CAPACITORS
C8212
C8217
C8111
C8113, C8119, C8120, C8221
C8509, C8510, C8822, C8826
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH471J50
CEAL100M50
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
C8833, C8834
C8789, C8823
C8902
C8305, C8308-C8310
C8117, C8118, C8201, C8213, C8222
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M16
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT470M16
C8219
C8603, C8604
C8904
C8304
C8756
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB333K25
C8307, C8829, C8831, C8905-C8908
C8312
C8903
C8220
C8101, C8103, C8107, C8108
CEAT470M16
CEAT4R7M50
CKSQYF105Z25
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
C8703, C8704, C8753
C8216
C8202, C8223, C8306, C8788, C8824
C8207, C8208, C8209
C8760
CKSRYB471K50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYB473K25
CKSRYB683K16
CKSRYB821K50
C8203-C8205, C8218, C8313, C8514
C8519, C8810-C8813, C8828, C8830
C8301-C8303, C8407, C8515, C8518
C8219
C8904
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB223K50
C8206
C8513
C8214, C8215
CKSRYB822K50
CKSRYF105Z10
CKSRYF224Z16
C8304
C8216
C8202, C8223, C8306, C8788, C8824
C8207-C8209
C8206
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYB473K25
CKSRYB683K16
CKSRYB822K50
C8513
C8214, C8215
CKSRYF105Z10
CKSRYF224Z16
RESISTORS
R8216
R8724, R8814
R8901, R8904
R8625,
R8717, R8718,
RD1/4PU102J
RD1/4PU470J
RD1/4PU471J
R8626RD1/4PU821J
R8721RS1/16S1002F
CN8301 4P Jumper connector
CN8751, CN8901 17P Socket
CN8101 21P Socket
Heat sink
Screw
52147-0410
AKP7072
AKP7074
ANH-309
BBZ30P080FMC
JA8401 4P Pinjack
CN8701 8P Socket
XKB3040
XKP3052
D
R8216
R8814
R8901, R8904
R8808-R8811
E
RD1/4PU102J
RD1/4PU470J
RD1/4PU471J
RS1/16S1002F
OTHERS
CN8301 4P Jumper connector
CN8901 17P Socket
CN8101 21P Socket
Heat sink
Screw
52147-0410
AKP7072
AKP7074
ANH-309
BBZ30P080FMC
JA8401 4P Pinjack
XKB3040
F
J DISP 1 ASSY
C AF ASSY(XWZ3628)
XV-EV51
5
C
RESISTORS
R8722, R8767, R8768, R8769
RS1/16S1002F
R8770, R8808, R8809, R8810, R8811 RS1/16S1002F
Other Resistors
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
A
6
7
67
8
1
Mark No.
Description
SEMICONDUCTORS
Q5101
D5102, D5103
D5105, D5106
A
2
3
Part No.
Mark No.
2SC2412K
1SS133
MTZJ6.8B
SEMICONDUCTORS
D5203, D5205
UDZS6.8B
OTHERS
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
CN5203 KR Connector
ASG7013
C5109
C5110
C5103
C5108
C5106
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH220J50
CEAT101M10
CEAT470M16
CKSRYB102K50
C5101, C5104
C5111
C5105
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB681K50
S2B-PH-K
M MIC ASSY
CAPACITORS
B
Part No.
51048-0300
L LED ASSY
LAU220J
S5101, S5102, S5103, S5104, S5105
Description
5301 3P Cable holder
COILS AND FILTERS
L5101
4
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC5401
IC5402
Q5402
Q5401
D5401
M65855FP
NJM4558MD
2SJ103
DTA143EK
MTZJ5.1B
COILS AND FILTERS
RESISTORS
R5106
Other Resistors
L5401
RD1/4PU101J
RS1/16S###J
CAPACITORS
OTHERS
CN5101 11P Connector
5101 Remote recevier unit
C
52044-1145
GP1U26X
I DISP 2 ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
Q5201
D5206, D5207
D5202, D5204
2SC2412K
1SS355
MTZJ6.8B
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S5201, S5202, S5203, S5204, S5205
S5206, S5207, S5208, S5209, S5210
S5211
D
ASG7013
ASG7013
ASG7013
CAPACITORS
C5201
LAU100J
CKSRYB103K50
C5418, C5419, C5427, C5428
C5409
C5416
C5401
C5422
CCSRCH101J50
CEAL220M16
CEAL2R2M50
CEAT101M16
CEAT2R2M50
C5420
C5432
C5433
C5421, C5426
C5431
CEAT470M16
CEAT4R7M50
CEATR22M50
CEJQ2R2M50
CEJQ4R7M50
C5410
C5423 (XWZ3626)
C5423 (XWZ3623)
C5404, C5408, C5411, C5430
C5402, C5412, C5429, C5436
CEJQR47M50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB331K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
C5414
C5405
C5406
C5407
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB123K50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYB473K25
RESISTORS
R5211
Other Resistors
RESISTORS
RD1/4PU101J
RS1/16S###J
R5401
VR5401 10k-B
Other Resistors
OTHERS
E
5202 3P Cable holder
5201 5P Cable holder
J5202 3P Jumper wire
J5102 Jumper wire
J5203 Connector Assy
51048-0300
51048-0500
D20PYY0320E
D20PYY0510E
PF02PG-B07
LED Holder
XMR3053
OTHERS
5401 4P Cable holder
J5401 Jumper wire
KN5401 Earth metal FIT.
JA5401, JA5402 MIC Jack
SEMICONDUCTORS
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
F
> IC1902
ASG7013
RESISTORS
Other Resistors
51048-0400
D20PYY0430E
VNF1084
XKN3012
G DVD IF ASSY
H DISP 3 ASSY
S5301, S5302, S5303
RD1/4PU561J
XCS3007
RS1/16S###J
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
IC1941
> IC1906
> IC1901, IC1903
IC1921
BA06FP
MM1567AJ
NJM2391DL1-33
NJM78M05DL1A
PCM1742KE
> IC1904
PQ025EH01ZP
XV-EV51
68
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
6
Description
> IC1905S-8540
IC1962
IC1961
Q1931
> Q1901C
Part No.
B00FN-IMA
TC74VHC125FT
TC74VHCT125AFT
2SA1576A
Q1941, Q1961
Q1942
Q1921, Q1922, Q1932
D1901, D1932-D1935
PH6312
RN1903
RN2903
UN5212
1SS355
D1902
D1931
RB051L-40
UDZS5.1B
7
Mark No.
RB501V-40
A
L6990 (330mH)
L300
L5010, L5020, L5040 ( Chip 60mH)
ATL7007
LCYA2R7J2520
VTL1075
CAPACITORS
ATL7003
ATL7004
ATL7005
C1931, C1932
C1920
C1901, C1904, C1906, C1912, C1925
C1930, C1953
C1910, C1917
CCSRCH102J50
CCSRCH121J50
CEV101M16
CEV101M16
CEV221M4
C1903, C1908, C1928, C1950, C1996
C1915
C1902, C1905, C1907, C1909, C1918
C1923, C1924, C1926, C1929, C1933
C1941, C1943, C1945, C1947-C1949
CEV470M6R3
CKSQYB105K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
C1951, C1952, C1955-C1957
C1961, C1962, C1991-C1995
C1914, C1999
C1916, C1919, C1998 (Ceramic C)
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSYB475K16
DCH1148
RESISTORS
R1903 (0.068 1/4w)
R1904 (0.1 1/10w)
R1994, R1995
R1907
R1906
ACN7113
ACN7114
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/16S1502F
RS1/16S3902F
R1908
RS1/16S4700F
RKN1039
RKN1057
RKN1067
F DVDM ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC110
IC251
IC604
IC302
IC301
BA10358FV
BA6664FM
K4S641632F-TC75
K6T1008V2E-TB70
L6315ATXXTY
IC351
IC601
IC605
IC603
M56788AFP
PQ018EZ01ZP
STI5519AVB-B0C
TC7WU04FU
VYW1948
Q300, Q602-Q607
Q652
Q101, Q102
Q103
Q601
2SA1576A
DTC114TUA
HN1A01F
HN1C01FU
RN4982
C301, C302
C310
C307
C360
C391
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH151J50
CCSRCH180J50
CCSRCH330J50
CCSRCH331J50
C351, C651
C627, C638, C696
C309
C633, C634
C308
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH560J50
CCSRCH6R0D50
CCSRCH7R0D50
C113
C104
C316, C317, C405, C617, C619
C111, C404
C368
CEV100M35
CEV101M4
CEV101M6R3
CEV220M16
CEV470M16
C334
C340, C641
C259, C311
C106, C248-C251, C255, C313
C315, C636, C637, C697
CKSQYB225K10
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
C257, C258
C357
C103, C105, C148, C157, C158
C253, C256, C304, C321-C333
C365, C366, C603, C605, C607
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
C612, C615, C616, C632
C606, C608-C611, C613
C622, C623, C629, C635, C699
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF105Z10
CKSRYF105Z10
R121
R123
R340, R407
R341
R126-R129, R176-R179
RAB4C220J
RAB4C390J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S220J
R254-R259
R326-R330
R147, R265, R266, R304, R322
R377, R378, R392, R393
R344, R351, R353, R354
RS1/10S3R3J
RS1/16S1001F
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1003D
R359, R360, R365, R367, R368
R372, R374, R376
R331, R385
R302
R358, R394
RS1/16S1003D
RS1/16S1003D
RS1/16S1003F
RS1/16S1202F
RS1/16S1503F
R146
R612, R613
R675, R678, R681, R684, R687
R690
R345, R355, R370, R371
RS1/16S1801F
RS1/16S1802F
RS1/16S2700F
RS1/16S2700F
RS1/16S3902F
R346, R356, R357, R362, R364
R373
R3730
RS1/16S6802F
RS1/16S6802F
RS1/16S8202F
XV-EV51
5
6
B
C
D
RESISTORS
OTHERS
> IC303 (1.8V)
Part No.
COILSANDFILTERS
CAPACITORS
CN1901, CN1961 30P Connector
CN1902 16P Connector
CN1962 26P Connector
Description
D601
COILSANDFILTERS
L1901 (SMP Power Inductor)
L1902 (SMP Power Inductor)
L1903 (SMP Power Inductor)
8
7
E
F
69
8
1
Mark No.
2
Description
3
Part No.
Mark No.
OTHERS
A
CN2 12P Connector
CN8 26P Connector
CN4 4P Connector
CN9 PH Connector
7P Flexible Cable
AKN7031
AKN7032
RKN1045
S5B-PH-SM3
VDA1681
CN25 26P Connector
CN22 30P Connector
X301 Crystal RES.(20MHz)
X601 Crystal RES.(27MHz)
VKN1318
VKN1322
VSS1171
VSS1172
D LOAB ASSY
B
OTHERS
CN602 KR Connector
CN601 KR Connector
PCB BORD
101 Reaf SWITCH
S2B-PH-K
S5B-PH-K
VNP1836
VSK1011
E DECK ASSY(XWX3067)
D
IC2202, IC2301, IC2401
IC2201
Q2254
Q2801, Q2802, Q2805
Q2806
BA4558F-HT
HA12136AF
2SA1037K
2SC1815
2SC2240
Q2251-Q2253
Q2261, Q2262, Q2301, Q2302
Q2351, Q2460
Q2303, Q2304
Q2255, Q2352, Q2263
2SC2412K
2SK373
DTA124EK
DTC114TK
DTC143EK
D2256, D2301-D2306
D2252-D2255, D2307
D2201
1SS133
1SS355
MTZJ6.2A
F
C2403
C2805, C2806, C2810
C2314
C2315
C2231
CEJQ1R0M50
CEJQ330M10
CEJQ470M16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
C2431, C2432
C2211, C2212
C2252
C2808
C2801
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB152K50
CKSRYB334K10
CQHA822J2A
CQMA123J50
C2421, C2422
C2409, C2410
C2803, C2804
C2802
C2209, C2210
CQMA152J50
CQMA223J50
CQMA472J50
CQMA682J50
CQMBA103J50
C2307, C2308
C2405, C2406
CQMBA682J50
CQMBA683J50
OTHERS
CN2506
CN2302
CN2507
CN2301
PCB
SEMICONDUCTORS
LFA121J
RTD1082
RTF1004
RTF1021
RTF1217
C2809
C2301, C2302
C2423, C2424
C2253
C2256, C2257, C2321-C2324
CCCSL151K2H
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH271J50
CCSRCH470J50
C2401, C2402
C2303, C2304
C2807
C2203, C2204, C2207, C2311, C2312
C2215
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH681J50
CEAL470M6R3
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M16
C2201, C2202, C2217, C2218, C2255
C2404, C2419, C2420
C2251
C2216
C2254
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT220M50
CEAT221M16
CEAT2R2M50
C2309, C2310, C2407, C2408
C2425
C2261, C2262
CEAT330M50
CEAT470M16
CEAT4R7M50
AKP7072
B2B-PH-K
B3P-SHF-1AA
B4B-PH-K
VEF1040
E DECK ASSY(XWX3066)
CAPACITORS
E
Part No.
CEATR10M50
CEATR22M50
R2805
RD1/2VM161J
R2803
RD1/2VM4R7J
VR2301,VR2302,VR2401,VR2402(4.7k)PCP1028
VR2801, VR2802(100k-B)
PCP1032
COILSANDFILTERS
L2802
L2801 (OSC 105kHz)
L2401, L2402 (10mH)
L2403, L2404 (4.7mH)
F2201, F2202 (MPX. Filter)
Description
C2208
C2205, C2206
RESISTORS
SEMICONDUCTORS
C
4
IC2202, IC2301, IC2401
IC2201
Q2254
Q2801, Q2802, Q2805
Q2806
BA4558F-HT
HA12136AF
2SA1037K
2SC1815
2SC2240
Q2251-Q2253
Q2261, Q2262, Q2301, Q2302
Q2351, Q2460
Q2303, Q2304
Q2255, Q2352, Q2263
2SC2412K
2SK373
DTA124EK
DTC114TK
DTC143EK
D2256, D2301-D2306
D2252-D2255, D2307
D2201
1SS133
1SS355
MTZJ6.2A
COILSANDFILTERS
L2802
L2801 (OSC Coil 105k)
L2401, L2402 (10mH)
L2403, L2404 (4.7mH)
F2201, F2202 (MPX FIL.)
LFA121J
RTD1082
RTF1004
RTF1021
RTF1217
CAPACITORS
C2809
C2301, C2302
C2423, C2424
C2253
C2303, C2304
CCCSL151K2H
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH271J50
CCSRCH681J50
XV-EV51
70
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
6
Description
7
8
Part No.
C2807
C2203, C2204, C2207, C2311, C2312
C2215
C2201, C2202, C2217, C2218, C2255
C2404, C2419, C2420
CEAL470M6R3
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M16
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT1R0M50
C2251
C2216
C2254
C2309, C2310, C2407, C2408
C2425
CEAT220M50
CEAT221M16
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT330M50
CEAT470M16
C2261, C2262
C2208
C2205, C2206
C2403
C2805, C2806, C2810
CEAT4R7M50
CEATR10M50
CEATR22M50
CEJQ1R0M50
CEJQ330M10
C2314
C2315
C2231
C2431, C2432
C2211, C2212
CEJQ470M16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB152K50
C2252
C2808
C2801
C2421, C2422
C2409, C2410
CKSRYB334K10
CQHA822J2A
CQMA123J50
CQMA152J50
CQMA223J50
C2803, C2804
C2802
C2209, C2210
C2307, C2308
C2405, C2406
CQMA472J50
CQMA682J50
CQMBA103J50
CQMBA682J50
CQMBA683J50
A
B
C
RESISTORS
R2805
RD1/2VM161J
R2803
RD1/2VM4R7J
VR2301,VR2302,VR2401,VR2402(4.7k)PCP1028
VR2801, VR2802 (100k-B)
PCP1032
D
OTHERS
CN2506 17P SOCKET
CN2302 CONNECTOR POST
CN2507 3P CONNECTOR
CN2301 KR CONNECTOR
PCB BINDER
AKP7072
B2B-PH-K
B3P-SHF-1AA
B4B-PH-K
VEF1040
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
71
8
1
2
3
4
6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 DECK SECTION
A
6.1.1 Adjustment condition
For adjustment, use the stereo power amplifier (M-EV51 or M-EV21).
7 Adjustment Condition
B
(1) The ground at the time of adjustment shall be W166.
(Refer to Fig. 6–3).
(2) Clean the heads and demagnetize them using a head eraser.
(3) Set the measurement level to 0 dBV = 1 Vrms.
(4) Use the specified tape for adjustment. Use the labeled (A) side
of the test tape.
NCT–111 : For Tape Speed adjustment
NCT-112
: For Playback adjustment
STD–633 : Normal blank tape
* As the reference recording level is 250 nwb/m for NCT–
112, the recording level will be higher than 4 dB for NCT–
112 (160nwb/m). When adjusting, pay carefully attention
to the type of tape used.
C
(5) Provide yourself with the following measuring devides:
÷ AC millivoltmeter
÷ Low-frequency oscillator
÷ Attenuator
÷ Oscilloscope
(6) Adjust both right and left channels unless other wise specified.
(7) Turn the DOLBY NR switch off unless otherwize specified.
(8) Warm up the unit for several minutes before adjustment. In
particular, be sure to warm up the unit in the REC/PLAY mode
for 3 to 5 minutes before starting recording/playback frequency
characteristics adjustment.
(9) Always follow the indicated adjustment order.
Otherwise, a complete adjustment may not be achieved.
7 List of Adjustments
¶ Playback Section
(1) Tape Speed Confirmation
(2) Head Azimuth Adjustment
(3) Playback Level Adjustment
¶ Recording Section
(1) Recording Bias Adjustment
(2) Recording Level Adjustment
PLAY BACK
250
3dB
10k
3dB
12.5k
4dB
RECORDING
12.5k
250
3dB
10k
3dB
5dB
D
Fig. 6-1 Frequency Characteristics
Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
“DOLBY” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
0 dB
E
30s
315 Hz
0 dB: 315 Hz, 250 nwb/m
30 s
30 s
6.3 kHz
10 kHz
30 s
10s
315 Hz
10s .......................................................................................................... 10s
–20 dB
12.5
6.3
500 250 125
14 kHz kHz 10 kHz 8 kHz kHz 4 kHz 2 kHz 1 kHz Hz
Hz
Hz 63 Hz 40 Hz
Fig. 6-2 Test Tape NCT– 112
F
XV-EV51
72
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6.1.2 Playback and Recording section
7
A
Playback Section
(1) Tape Speed Confirmation
No.
Mode
Input Signal/Test Tape
Adjustment Points
1
PLAY
NCT-111 (3 kHz)
VR2701 (DECK ASSY)
(Refer to Fig. 6-3)
Measurement Points
P1 R (CN2507)
(DECK ASSY)
Adjustment Value
3000 Hz
+10
–10
Hz
Remarks
FWD adjustment
REV Confirmation
( 3000 Hz +40
–40 Hz )
(2) Head Azimuth Adjustment
¶ This unit is equipped with auto tape selector.
¶ Do not switch between forward and reverse operation with the screwdriver inserted.
B
No.
Mode
Input Signal/Test Tape
Adjustment Points
Measurement
Points
Adjustment
Value
Remarks
1
PLAY
NCT-110 test tape
(Playback: 10 kHz, –20 dB)
Head azimuth
adjustment Screw
(Refer to Fig. 6-3)
P3 L (CN2507)
P1 R (CN2507)
(DECK ASSY)
Max. Playback
signal level
After adjustment, apply silicon
bond to the head azimuth
adjustment screw.
Adjustment
Value
Remarks
(3) Playback Level Adjustment
¶ Since this adjustment determines playback DolbyNR level, Perform it carefully.
No.
Mode
Input Signal/Test Tape
1
PLAY
NCT-112 test tape
(Playback: 315 Hz, 4 dB)
7
Adjustment Points
L ch
VR2301
R ch
VR2302
Measurement
Points
P3 L (CN2507)
P1 R (CN2507)
C
–3.7 dBV
(DECK ASSY)
Recording Section
(1) Recording Bias Adjustment
¶ After the adjustment, caution should be exercised so as not to become under bias by checking the distortion rate.
No.
Mode
Input Signal/Test Tape
Adjustment Points
1
REC/
PAUSE
Input a 315Hz signal to the LINE IN terminal. ∗
Input signal level
REC =
PLAY
Load the STD–633 test tape and
record/playback the 315Hz and
10kHz signals. (see the Note below)
2
L ch
VR2801
R ch
VR2802
Measurement
Points
Adjustment
Value
D
Remarks
–23.7 dBV
P3 L (CN2507)
P1 R (CN2507)
(DECK ASSY)
Repeat adjustment until playback level of
the 10kHz signal is within 0dBV ±0.5dB
from that of the 315Hz signal.
Note: Set the 10kHz input signal level to the same value as the 315Hz input signal level of step 1.
E
(2) Recording Level Adjustment
No.
Mode
Input Signal/Test Tape
Adjustment Points
1
REC/
PAUSE
Input a 315Hz signal to the LINEIN terminal.∗
Input signal level
REC =
PLAY
STD–633 test tape and record/
playback the 315Hz signal.
2
L ch
VR2401
R ch
VR2402
Measurement
Points
Adjustment
Value
Remarks
–7.7 dBV
P3 L (CN2507)
P1 R (CN2507)
(DECK ASSY)
Repeat recording, playback and
adjustment until playback level of the
315Hz signal becomes –7.7dBV±0.5dB.
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
73
8
1
2
74
3
4
XV-EV51
F
Fig. 6-3 Adjustment and Measurement Points
RCH
1
W228
C2261
C2262
1
3
W247
3
W248
1
17
CONTACT SIDE
D2256
F2201
PRINTED
SIDE
DI P
ICT FC
C2255
CN2506
IC2202
C2209
C2210
LCH
L
DECK TP
C2254
R
CN2507
XNP3061-A
W246
W219
GNDA
GNDA
W218
F2202
PRINTED
SIDE
VA12
C2251
W249
W227
MS
W250
D2201
DECK ASSY
W230
C2215
W223
W251
VREF
W252 GNDA
W253
VREF
GNDA
W231
C2203
IC2201
C2216
W232
VA12
C2204
W233
W221
W234
C2206
C2205
W254
C2208
W236
GNDA
W235 VA12
W255
W263
W222
W256
W257
CMKS-P3X
C2207
VR2302
Rch
W240
W239
R2321
Lch
C2312
VREF
GNDA
W241
W242
C2311
Rch
IC2301
C2418
C2417
C2310
C2404
C2403
C2309
W260 VREF
W261 VA12
Adj.
C2410
C2425
C2408
L2403
IC2401
Production Code
C2308
L2404
W243
C2409
C2307
C2314
W224
C2807
Q2805
W244
C2407
C2406
Q2301
Q2302
D2306
D2305
C2420
C2419
CN2301
C2422
L2402
C2421
1
L2401
4
1
C2405
Q2803
R2805
Lch
W229
C2217
BIG
PB LEVEL
VR2302
(Rch)
VR2301
(Lch)
R2806
OPEN
4
Q2802
C2808
D2304
VR2802
Rch
C2803
1
6
3
SIDE
4
W262
Q2806
C2809
A
BIG
C2801
C2810
Lch
2
PRINTED
1 2
Adj.
VR2801
BIAS
1
OPEN
D2303
SIDE A
L2801
C2805
C2806
2
Q2801
L2802
C2804
BIAS
D2301
D2302
R2803
REC LEVEL
PB LEVEL Adj.
W237
GNDA
C2218
VA12
VREF
W258
VA12
W259
C2201
W238
C2202
VR2301
VR2401 VR2402
CN2302
E
C2802
VR2802
(Rch)
VR2801
(Lch)
W225
3
W220
2
RECR
1
4
17.RECL
PBL
15.GNDA
PBR
3
5
XPBMUTE
DOL ON\OFF
10.RECMUTE
PB/XREC
XBEATCUT
BIAS
DGND
5.VA+12
VA+12
MS
VB+12
1.GNDB
2
4
17
REV Azimuth
Adjustment Screw
1
5
VR2401
(Lch)
1
FWD Azimuth
Adjustment Screw
E
CN2507
(DECK TP)
MECHANISM UNIT
D
VR2402
(Rch)
REC LEVEL
C
B
DECK ASSY
A
1
3
4
5
6
7
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6.2 TUNER SECTION
A
6.2.1 AM TUNER SECTION
There is no adjustment in the AM tuner.
6.2.2 FM TUNER SECTION
Set the mode selector to FM BAND.
Connect the wiring as shown in Fig. 6-5.
Step
No.
1
Adjustment
Title
T-METER
Adjustment
ANT. Input level and signal condition
Input Level
Frequency
Modulation
(dBµV)
(MHz)
98
OFF
MPX SG
80
Adjustment
Adjust
point
Contents
L201
Adjust L201 so that the DC voltage between Pin
21 and Pin 23 of IC201 (Test point Vtm) gets
within 0 ± 50mV.
DC
Voltmeter
PRODUCT
FM SG
B
FM75Ω antenna terminal
Fig.6.5 Adjustment Wiring Diagram
C
A FM/AM TUNER UNIT
D
L201
IC201
pin 21 pin 23
E
SIDE B
Fig.6.6 Adjustment Point
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6.3 DVD SECTION ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ana LOCATION
Adjustment Items
A
Adjustment Points (Mechanism Part)
[Mechanism Part]
1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment
Cautions: After adjustment, adjustment screw locks with the
Screw tight.
2 DVD Jitter Adjustment
3 Initialize the Focus Sweep Setting
1 2
Radial
adjustment
screw
1 2
Tangential
adjustment
screw
[Electrical Part]
Electrical adjustments are not required.
B
C
D
6.4 JIGS and MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Screwdriver (large)
E
Screwdriver (medium)
TV monitor
Test mode remote control
unit (GGF1067)
Screw tight
(GYL1001)
Precise screwdriver
DVD test disc
(GGV1025)
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6.5 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS
When
Adjustment Points
A
Exchange Parts of Mechanism Assy
Mechanical ~, Ÿ, !
point
Exchange the Pickup
∗ After adjustment, screw locks
with the Screw tight.
Electric
point
Mechanical !
point
Exchange the Traverse Mechanism
B
Electric
point
∗ After adjustment, screw locks
with the Screw tight.
Mechanical Ÿ, !
point
Exchange the Spindle Motor
Electric
point
C
Exchange PCB Assy
Mechanical
point
Exchange PC Board
LOAB, DVDIF and DVDM ASSY
Electric
point
D
∗
Purpose: To set the sweep which was correct with the
individual Traverse mechanism.
Be sure to perform the following step finally when replaced
Pickup, Traverse Mechanism and Spindle Motor.
ESC
CLEAR
E
GGF1067
Test mode
remote control
unit
(It is necessary when performed adjustment procedure Ÿ.)
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6.6 TEST MODE
TEST MODE: ON
A
Power Amplifier
ESC
TEST
POWER
GGF1067
Test mode
remote control
unit
ON
B
TEST MODE: DISC SET
CHECK
DVD Tuner Deck
<TRAY OPEN>
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD, CD
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD disc
(Player or Remote
Control Unit)
(Player or Remote
Control Unit)
DSC - &&&
C
TEST MODE: PLAY
<PLAY>
TV/LDP
An address is displayed
D
CAUTION:
Perform only trace, video and audio output are
nothing.
< When playback with the target address of disc (DVD)>
For example, when playback with # 30000
During PLAY
+10
3
0
0
0
0
CHP/TIM Press keys in order
030000
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TEST MODE: OFF
Power Amplifier
ESC
POWER
OR
GGF1067
Test mode
remote control
unit
OFF
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6.7 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
A
1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment
START
• Remove the servo mechanism.
• Remove a Spacer for height adjustment
attached to the back side (shaded area)
of the Servo Mechanism (Float Base) with
nippers.
Cautions:
Because there is not a Spacer for height adjustment in
adjustment after the second time, will keep it at need.
(This parts is Traverse mechanism exclusive use of a model
for 2001 years)
7.3mm
B
Servo Mechanism
Float Base
Put a spacer between a Tangential (or Radial) adjustment
screw and Mechanism Base and turn each screw to adjust
the height. (Refer to "6.3 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND
LOCATION".)
Spacer for Height adjustment
Note:
Turn the Short switch to Short side when
removing the Pickup Flexible Cable.
(Refer to "7.1.6 DISASSEBLY".)
Turn a flat side
into bottom
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2 DVD Jitter Adjustment
• Playback method of inner and outer address for the purpose is refererd to "6.6 TEST MODE".
• Jitter indication of the monitor is refererd to "7.1.1 TEST MODE (Display Specification of the Test Mode)".
A
Use disc: GGV1025
START
Mechanism Assy
• Test mode
• Play the DVD test disc
at outer track
(around #200000)
Adjust the Tangential
Adjustment Screw so that
jitter becomes minimum.
• Play the DVD test disc
at inner track
(around #30000)
J : Min
B
Mechanism Assy
Adjust the Radial
Adjustment Screw so that
jitter becomes minimum.
J : Min
C
J: ----
Monitor
• Play the DVD test disc
at outer track
(around #200000)
Player
D
Mechanism Assy
Readjust the Tangential
Adjustment Screw so that
jitter becomes minimum.
CHECK
Turn the POWER OFF in
case of NG once, and
perform the adjustment
once again.
NG
Confirm the error rate that is
displayed "OK"
(Example ERROR RATE: 6.6oe - 6 OK )
K
J : Min
O
E
If error rate is OK,
locks a root of
tangential and radial
adjustment screws with
the Screw tight, and
go to step ! .
Disc playback normally.
• The measurement of block error rate
ESC
ESC
5
Screw tight: GYL1001
Test mode end
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3 Initialize the Focus Sweep Setting
A
Purpose: To set the sweep which was correct with the individual Traverse mechanism.
Turn on the Player
POWER
ESC
CLEAR
B
Note: Be sure to perform this step when replaced the Pickup or Traverse mechanism.
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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
A
7.1.1 TEST MODE
Test Mode Functional Specification
1 How to Enter Test mode
Turn the power on while short-circuiting with TEST jumper (W284) and VE+5 jumper (W282) on the IF Assy.
Indicate with "U-TEST" in this time.
2 Release the test mode
• Turn off the power.
• Press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key of the remote control unit and reset it.
B
3 Tray open / close
• Press the [REPEAT A-B] (A8 - 48) key of the remote control unit.
• Press the [OPEN / CLOSE] key of the main unit from the stop state.
4 Playback stop
• Press the [REPEAT] (A8 - 44) key of the remote control unit from the playback state.
5 LD ON
DVD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [1] (A8-01) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (650n).
CD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [4] (A8-04) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (780n).
6 Focus on / sweep
1. Lock the focus by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [2] (A8-02) keys in order.
2. Repeat focus sweep by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [3] (A8-03) keys in order.
C
7 Spindle FG servo
CAV : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [5] (A8-05) keys in order,then rise up the spindle and it becomes FG servo on.
CLV : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [9] (A8-09) keys in order,then rise up the spindle and it becomes FG servo on.
8 Tracking open / close
1. Open tracking by pressing the [STEP FWD] (A8-54) key of the remote control unit in the play state.
2. Close tracking by pressing the [STEP REV] (A8-50) key of the remote control unit in the play state.
D
9 Slider servo on/off
1. Turn on the slider servo by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [CX] (A8-0E) keys in order.
2. Turn off the slider servo by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [TV/LDP] (A8-0F) keys in order.
0 Slider in / out
Slider in : In the tracking off state, press the [SCAN REV] (A8-11) key of the remote control unit.
Slider out : In the tracking off state, press the [SCAN FWD] (A8-10) key of the remote control unit.
- Play (perform only the ID search and trace to the specified location)
Press the [TV/LDP] (A8-0F) key of the remote control unit from the stop state.
Perform only trace, video and audio output are nothing.
E
= Screen display ON/OFF
1. Turn off the display by pressing the [AUDIO] (A8-1E) key of the remote control unit.
2. Turn on the display by pressing the [DISPLAY] (A8-43) key of the remote control unit.
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~ Search
1. Search address input entry
• It becomes the address input mode when pressing the [+10] (A8-1F) key. (Most significant digit of an address displays ">".)
• In this time, display the last address as the initial state.
A
2. Search address input
• Press the [0] to [9] (A8-00 to 09) keys of the remote control unit. In the DVD, set an address with hexadecimal.
• In the address input mode, turn to the hexadecimal input by pressing the [PROGRAM] (A8-4C) key (display a "∗" mark)
and [1] to [6]keys are each input as A to F.
• In this time, do not accept the [7],[8],[9] and [0] keys. Hexadecimal input and decimal input can switch with toggle.
• In case of CD, perform only the absolute time search.
3. Search execution
• Press the [CHP/TM] (A8-13) key of the remote control unit.
• After the search, perform only trace and video and audio outputs are nothing.
B
4. Release the Search address input
• Clear the address by pressing the [CLEAR] (A8-45) key. Release the address input mode when pressing the [CLEAR]
key once again.
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Display Specification of the Test Mode
2
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
A
3
7
8
9
12
14
1
5
6
13
15
10
11
B
C
16
17
18
19
1 Address indication
The address being traced is displayed in number.
(as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.)
DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits)
[∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
CD : A-TIME (min. sec.) [0 0 0 0 ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
0 Disc sensing [DSC – ∗ ∗ ∗]
The type of discs loaded is displayed.
[DVD], [CD ], [VCD], [ ]
2 Code indication of remote control unit [R – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
In case of double code, display a 2nd code.
= Version of the AV-1 chip / version of firmware
[AV: ∗ ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
3 Main unit keycode indication [K – ∗ ∗]
~ Version of the FL controller [FL: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
5 Tracking status [TRKG – ∗ ∗ ∗]
Tracking on : [ON]
Tracking off : [OFF]
! Region setting of the player [REG: ∗]
Setting value : [1] to [6]
@ Destination setting of the FL controller
[MDL: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗]
Four characters in the front represent the type of model.
Three characters in the back represent the destination code.
J: /J, K: /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R: /RAM/RL/RD, LB: /LB,
WY: /WY
6 Spindle status [SPDL – ∗ ∗ ∗]
[OFF], [A/B] (ACC/BRK), [CAV], [CLV]
D
7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M – ∗ ∗]
Unknown
: [01] or [41]
Open state
: [04]
Close state
: [08]
During opening : [12]
During closing : [22]
# Part number of the flash ROM
[∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
$ Version of the flash ROM [V: ∗. ∗ ∗ ∗]
Flash ROM size [FLSH = ∗]
8 Slider position [S – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
CD TOC area : [IN ]
CD active area : [CD]
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- Jitter value [J – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
% Revision of the system controller [S: ∗ . ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
9 Output video system [V – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
NTSC system
: [NTSC]
PAL system
: [PAL]
Automatic setting : [AUTO]
Scart terminal output [SK – ∗ ∗]
(Display only the WY model which can do the output setting
of scart terminal.)
VIDEO : [00]
S-VIDEO : [01]
RGB
: [02]
^ Revision of the DVD mechanism controller
[M: ∗ / ∗ ∗]
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Shortcut key Functional Specification
Only in the normal playback, the following setting can by pressing the required key after having pressed the "TEST" key of
the remote control unit. How to release: Press the "ESC" key. (function with indication)
Command Contents
Conditions
Memory clear & region / revision indication
CLEAR (LD remote control unit)
A8-45
Average value measurement of DVD error rate
5 (LD remote control unit)
A8-05
CD error rate measurement
5 (LD remote control unit)
A8-05
Aspect: Pan scan
2
A6-01
Aspect: Letter box
3
A6-02
Aspect: Wide
4
A6-03
Digital: PCM
5
A6-04
Digital: AC-3/PCM
6
A6-05
B
Virtual Dolby: VDD=OFF
Only correspondence model
7
A6-06
Virtual Dolby: VDD=ON
Only correspondence model
8
A6-07
Digital output ON
REPEAT A
A6-A1, AF-E8
Digital output OFF
REPEAT B
A6-95
DTS Digital Out ON
STEP FWD
A6-A1, AF-B7
DTS Digital Out OFF
STEP REV
A6-A1, AF-B8
A6-A1, AF-BE
Scart terminal output: VIDEO
WY, Model to include scart
AUDIO
Scart terminal output: S-VIDEO
WY, Model to include scart
SUBTITLE
A6-A1, AF-36
Scart terminal output: RGB
WY, Model to include scart
ANGLE
A6-A1, AF-B5
Audio 5.1CH ON
Only correspondence model
KD_ENTER
A6-74
FL indication of EDC / ID error
C
CX (LD remote control unit)
A8-0E
ZOOM ON
Only correspondence model
ZOOM
A6-A1, AF-37
ZOOM OFF
Only correspondence model
< X3 (LD remote control unit)
A8-59
Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.)
CHP/TIM (LD remote control unit) A8-13
Model information indication
CHAP (LD remote control unit)
A8-40
Background color change
+10 (LD remote control unit)
A8-1F
Audio last stage mute ON
9
A6-08
Audio last stage mute OFF
0
A6-09
Title search
SIDE A (LD remote control unit) A8-4D
Numbers (LD remote control unit) A8-00 to A8-09
PLAY (LD remote control unit)
A8-17
Input mode IN
Title No. input
Search execution
A
Remote Control Key Name Remote Control Code
D
AUDIO (LD remote control unit)
A8-1E
Numbers (LD remote control unit) A8-01 to A8-08
Region confirmation mode
• Service mode indication
ID Address
Always display error rate. Exponential indication ∗.∗∗e-∗ (with both DVD and CD)
EDC/ID/AV1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID/AV1 Error, errors of past eight times)
Self-diagnostic function (when mechanism error occurred, display the mechanism error history)
• Error rate average value total (ESC +5)
Calculation number of times displays exponent from average value of eight times.
After the calculation result, display OK/NG. Tray is open in case of NG (with both DVD and CD)
DVD: OK with less than 8.0e-4 CD: OK with less than 7.6e-4
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Note: Because an OK/NG judgment cannot be DVD with a static image mode as menu screen, confirm it by an animation.
• Model information indication contents (ESC+CHAP)
Display = to ^ in the test mode indication. However, Change the indication of S as B.E VERSION and it of M as F.E VERSION.
Refer to the "Specification of Model Information Display".
• Background color change (ESC+ +10)
Change black and green with toggle whenever pressing the key (the background color that green is using with SETUP NAVIGATOR).
• Region confirmation mode (ESC+ A.MON + 1to 8)
Input region No. after pressing the ESC+A.MON keys. When it is different from the setting, display and open the tray.
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Specification of Model Information Display
• Display contents
A
3
2
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
B
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
C
1 Model name
Display it according to model information set from the FL controller.
2 Destination indication
Display it according to model information set from the FL controller.
3 Region No.
4 Part number
5 ROM version
6 Flash size
7 FL controller version
8 CHIP VERSION
Version of ST CHIP
CUT ID / JTAG ID
D
(two columns) (eight columns)
9 B.E VERSION
Version of BACK END
(version of ST core software)
.
/
softwareVersion . softwareRevision / buildNumber
0 F.E VERSION
Version of FRONT END (version of mechanism controller CHIP software)
/
MainVersion / SubVersion
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Functional Specification of the Service Mode
• FL indication of EDC / ID error (short cut function)
A
Display it in FL with ESC+CX keys (LD remote control unit).
Indication is released with ESC key during indication.
FL indication contents
00 /00 / 01 ∗
Display number of the location that caused EDC and ID errors
Retry number of times of the latest ID error
Retry number of times of the latest EDC error
B
∗ mark: When even once causes AV1 error, lights.
• Service mode screen display
Display to the screen with ESC+CHP/TIM keys.
Release the indication with ESC key.
Indication contents
ID Address 1
Always indicate error rate 2 and exponent indication
EDC/ID/AV1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID/AV1 Error, past eight times) 3
Contents of AV1 error
BIT 0: EDC error, FEC I/F buffer overflow and not valid occur in the BE code (B.E error).
BIT 1: ID is different from the target in the BE code (B.E error).
BIT 2: There is error in the EDC data of 2 bytes which added to the FE (F.E error).
C
• Self-diagnostic function 4
Check that the F.E is normal or not.
FE OK : Abnormality is not found in the F.E.
FE Error : Abnormality is found in the F.E.
Indicate the mechanism error history by pressing the CHP/TIM key once again.
Change indication by pressing the CHP/TIM key with toggle afterwards.
Refer to the "Display of the Mechanism Error History".
D
Indication plan contents
3
1
2
4
E
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
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7.1.2 DISPLAY OF THE MECHANISM ERROR HISTORY
A
3 Error contents indication
Indicate the error contents which occurred with
character.
When mechanism error (FE error) occurred, the mechanism
error history of maximum past eight times is displayed by
pressing the CHP/TIM key during service mode screen
display.
Indication displayed in the screen upper part is new error.
Examples: When Error code is 0x13 (Focus lost timeout)
and Servo state is 0x05 (Disc judge),
"Focus lost timeout in Disc judge"
• Indication contents
1 Error code
Two characters in the front represent the Error Code and
two characters in the back represent the Servo State.
The detail is as follows.
∗ Movement in the error occurrence: open the tray when
SERVO STATE is Disc Judgs, and others stop.
However, error code is exception in the device error of
0xd∗.
Servo State
Error Code
B
Indication contents
2 Error occurrence time
Error indicates the time which occurred after system
turned on the power supply.
∗ When time of new error is short, it becomes assumed
power off once.
2
3
2
3
1
1
C
• Table of Error Code
0x0∗
FOCUS TIMEOUT
0x1∗
0x00
Reset
Focus on error
0x01
Focus on timeout
0x11
0x01
Stop (inside position)
Focus off error
0x02
Focus off timeout
0x12
0x02
Stop (any position)
Focus lost error
0x03
Focus lost timeout
0x13
0x03
Braking for stop
Focus balance adjust error
0x04
Focus balance adjust timeout
0x14
0x04
New disc
Focus gain adjust error
0x05
Focus gain adjust timeout
0x15
0x05
Disc judge
Focus sweep error
0x06
Focus sweep timeout
0x16
0x06
Reserved 1
Focus reflection error
0x07
Focus reflection timeout
0x17
0x07
Playing
Start up
0x2∗
TRACKING TIMEOUT
0x3∗
0x08
Tracking on error
0x21
Tracking on timeout
0x31
0x09
Seeking
Tracking off error
0x22
Tracking off timeout
0x32
0x0A
Pausing
TRACKING ERROR
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• Table of Servo State
FOCUS ERROR
Tracking lost error
0x23
Tracking lost timeout
0x33
0x0B
Reading BCA
Tracking balance adjust error
0x24
Tracking balance adjust timeout
0x34
0x0C
Reserved 2
Tracking gain adjust error
0x25
Tracking gain adjust timeout
0x35
0x0D
Tracking jump timeout
Tracking jump error
0x26
0x36
0x0E
STEPPING ERROR
0x4∗
STEPPING TIMEOUT
0x5∗
0x0F
Stepping on error
0x41
Stepping on timeout
0x51
Stepping off error
0x42
Stepping off timeout
0x52
Stepping lost error
0x43
Stepping lost timeout
0x53
Stepping move error
0x44
Stepping move timeout
0x54
SPINDLE ERROR
0x6∗
SPINDLE TIMEOUT
0x7∗
Spindle on error
0x61
Spindle on timeout
0x71
Spindle off error
0x62
Spindle off timeout
0x72
Spindle lost error
0x63
Spindle lost timeout
0x73
Spindle CAV error
0x64
Spindle CAV timeout
0x74
Spindle CLV error
0x65
Spindle CLV timeout
0x75
ACQUISITION ERROR
PLL lost error
DECODER ERROR
ID lost error
DEVICE ERROR
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SRAM error
0x8∗
0x83
0xa∗
0xa3
0xd∗
0xd1
ACQUISITION TIMEOUT
PLL lost timeout
0x9∗
0x93
DECODER TIMEOUT
ID lost timeout
0xb∗
0xb3
FAIL SAFE
0xe∗
unexpected error
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ERROR CODE TABLE
Error Name
No.
Causes
Check Item
Possibility of Trouble
Remarks
FOCUS ERROR (0 x 0∗)
A
Focus on error
0 x 01 Focus on could not be completed
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in 1. Pickup
the Disc? Does LD become weak? 2. Driver
Does the lens move up and down? 3. L6315 (Front End IC)
Focus off error
0 x 02 Focus off could not be completed
Unknown
Focus lost error
0 x 03 Focus servo is lost
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
1. Pickup
the Disc? Does LD become weak?
Focus balance adjust error
0 x 04 AFB on could not be completed
Focus gain adjust error
0 x 05 Focus AGC could not be completed
Focus sweep error
0 x 06
Focus reflection error
0 x 07 Dimensions of S curve did not reach to the aim value Does LD become weak?
1. Pickup
FOCUS TIMEOUT (0 x 1∗)
Focus on timeout
0 x 11 Did timeout at focus on
Focus off timeout
0 x 12
Did timeout at focus off
Focus lost timeout
0 x 13
Did timeout at focus backup
Focus balance adjust timeout
0 x 14
Did timeout at AFB
Focus gain adjust timeout
0 x 15
Did timeout at AGC
Focus sweep timeout
0 x 16
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in 1. Pickup
the Disc? Does LD become weak? 2. Driver
Does the lens move up and down? 3. L6315 (Front End IC)
B
TRACKING ERROR (0 x 2∗)
1. Pickup
2. Driver
3. L6315 (Front End IC)
Tracking on error
0 x 21 Tracking on could not be completed
Tracking off error
0 x 22 Tracking off could not be completed
Tracking lost error
0 x 23 Tracking servo is lost
1. Pickup
Tracking balance adjust error
0 x 24 ATB could not be completed
1. Pickup
Tracking gain adjust error
0 x 25 AGC could not be completed
1. Pickup
Tracking jump error
0 x 26 Tracking jump could not be completed
C
TRACKING TIMEOUT (0 x 3∗)
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
2. Driver
3. L6315 (Front End IC)
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
Tracking on timeout
0 x 31 Did timeout at tracking on
Tracking off timeout
0 x 32 Did timeout at tracking off
Tracking lost timeout
0 x 33 Did timeout at tracking backup
Tracking balance adjust timeout
0 x 34 Did timeout at ATB
1. Pickup
Tracking gain adjust timeout
0 x 35 Did timeout at AGC
1. Pickup
Tracking jump timeout
0 x 36 Did timeout at tracking jump
D
STEPPING ERROR (0 x 4∗)
Stepping on error
1. Pickup
2. Driver
3. L6315 (Front End IC)
0 x 41 Stepping on could not be completed
Stepping off error
0 x 42 Stepping off could not be completed
Stepping lost error
0 x 43 Stepping servo is lost
Stepping move error
0 x 44 Stepping could not move
Do move to inner and outer periphery
1. Stepping motor
of the stepping in the test mode?
2. Inside switch
Do indicate "S-04" at the most inner
3. Driver
periphery of the stepping?
E
STEPPING TIMEOUT (0 x 5∗)
1. Pickup
2. Driver
3. L6315 (Front End IC)
Stepping on timeout
0 x 51 Did timeout at stepping on
Stepping off timeout
0 x 52 Did timeout at stepping off
Stepping lost timeout
0 x 53 Did timeout at stepping backup
Stepping move timeout
0 x 54 Did timeout at stepping movement
Do move to inner and outer periphery
1. Stepping motor
of the stepping in the test mode?
2. Inside switch
Do indicate "S-04" at the most inner
3. Driver
periphery of the stepping?
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Error Name
2
No.
3
Causes
4
Check Item
Possibility of Trouble
SPINDLE ERROR (0 x 6∗)
A
Spindle on error
0 x 61 Spindle on could not be completed
Spindle off error
0 x 62 Spindle off could not be completed
Spindle lost error
0 x 63 Spindle lost control
Spindle CAV error
0 x 64 CAV on could not be completed
Spindle CLV error
0 x 65 CLV on could not be completed
SPINDLE TIMEOUT (0 x 7∗)
Spindle on timeout
0 x 71 Did timeout at spindle on
Spindle off timeout
0 x 72 Did timeout at spindle stop
Spindle lost timeout
0 x 73 Did timeout at spindle backup
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
Is FG output from the driver?
1. Spindle motor
2. Spindle driver
Spindle CAV timeout
0 x 74 Did timeout at CAV on
Is spindle rotating?
Is FG output from the driver?
Is the PDM output from L6315?
1. Spindle motor
2. Spindle driver
3. L6315 (Front End IC)
Spindle CLV timeout
0 x 75 Did timeout at CLV on
0 x 83 PLL is lost
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
2. L6315 (Front End IC)
0 x 93 Did timeout at PLL backup
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
2. L6315 (Front End IC)
0 x a3 ID is not readable
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
2. L6315 (Front End IC)
0xb3
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in
the Disc?
1. Pickup
2. L6315 (Front End IC)
Power supply of SRAM
Is not bus line short-circuiting?
1. SRAM
2. L6315 (Front End IC)
3. L6315-SRAM bus line
B
ACQUISITION ERROR (0 x 8∗)
PLL lost error
ACQUISITION TIMEOUT (0 x 9∗)
PLL lost timeout
DECODER ERROR (0 x a∗)
ID lost error
DECODER TIMEOUT (0 x b∗)
C
ID lost timeout
Did timeout at ID backup
DEVICE ERROR (0 x d∗)
SRAM error
0 x d1 Cannot access SRAM
FAILSAFE (0 x e∗)
Unexpected error
0 x e1
1. software runaway
3. Software bug
Unexpected error
D
E
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2
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4
Remarks
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6
7
8
7.1.3 TRUBLE SHOOTNG
Confirm the error history at first.
When a history was not displayed, refer to the following table.
No.
Symptoms
Cannot power on
1
A
Defectiveness Assumption
Points
Diagnosis Contents
Check Voltage of CN8901-17pin(VE+56) on the AF assy.
M-EV51(21) , system cable
connection
Check the stand by indicator. If the indicator brinking ,
the protect circuit working. (Stand by indicator brinking)
AMP PROTECT , DVD POWER
SUPPLY
Check IC5501-4pin(AC PULSE).
M-EV51(21) , system cable
connection
U-COM
Check IC5501-12pin,13pin (CF1,CF2)
B
Standby indicator brinking
(DVD ERR)
Check IC5501-17pin(VDET) is 3.5V
1.Connection of DVDIF assy & IF
assy.
2.DVD power supply,
3.M-EV51(21) POWER SUPPLY
2
Standby indicator brinking
(AMP ERR)
Check FAN connect in M-EV51(21).
M-EV51(21) , system cable
connection
Check FAN connect in M-EV51(21).
M-EV51(21) , system cable
connection
M-EV51(21) , system cable
connection
Check IC3301,IC3401 in AMP module.
Audio is not out put
3
4
VIDEO no out put
Check connection AF assy & IF assy.
AF ASSY & IF ASSY
Check signal waveform of CN8751 1,3,5,7,9,11pin
(C,SW,LS,RS,FL,FR) at DOLBY PROLOGIC mode.
Check signal waveform at CN8701-all pin.,
CN8751-13,15pin(ANAL,ANAR)
DSP ASSY
C
AF ASSY
Are the signals output from IC11-pin 9, 8 and 7 on the FLKB Assy ?
(around 0-3V)
IF assy & DVD IF assy
connection.
DVD IF ASSY
D
E
F
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6
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8
1
No.
2
Symptoms
Cannot open a tray
(An opening screen is
displayed on the monitor)
A
Cannot playback
(Focus does not inn)
5
Cannot playback
(Spindle does not turn)
C
4
Defectiveness Assumption
Points
Diagnosis Contents
Does voltage of CN9-pin 3 and 5 on the DVDM Assy change normally ?
pin 3 (XCLOSE) : It is "H" level by the state that has finished doing CLOSE. Tray switch
pin 5 (OPEN) : It is "H" level by the state that has finished doing OPEN.
Does LOAD_DRV signal come ?
BACK END IC (DVDM IC601)
Is a signal output from IC351-pin 14 and 15 (CN9-pin 1 and 2) on the DVDM
Assy ?
FTS Driver IC
(pin 15 : It is about 6V during tray opening, It is about 0V during tray closing) (DVDM IC351)
(pin 14 : It is about 0V during tray opening, It is about 6V during tray closing)
4
B
3
Are not there wire rod coming out, damage the connectors of CN9 and
CN5 on the DVDM Assy ?
Connector / wire rod
Does voltage of CN5-pin 1 on the DVDM Assy change when pressed
the inside switch ?
Inside switch
Are the signals output from IC351-pin 9 and 10 on the DVDM Assy ?
FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC351)
Does 650 LD emit light ?
Does a pickup lens do up / down ?
Does not an actuator spring bend ?
Pickup
Are not resin part damage, a shaft missing ?
Are not there falling off of turn table, lean abnormality ?
Mechanism Assy
Is not flexible cable of CN7 on the DVDM Assy coming off and
damaged ?
Flexible cable / connector
Is signal output from IC301-pin 123 (FACT) on the DVDM Assy ?
(Device control of around 500 mV is output usually. It is ± around 100
mV swing by focus up / down.)
FRONT END IC
(DVDM IC301)
Are the signals output from IC251-pin 2 (A3), pin 4 (A2) and pin 7 (A1)
Spindle Driver IC
on the DVDM Assy ?
It is fixed, and is not there pin 18 HIGH whethere it is fixed, and there is (DVDM IC251)
not pin 23 LOW ?
Are not there part falling off, alien substance adhesion in spindle motor
Mechanism Assy (Spindle motor)
part ?
6
Is not flexible cable of CN7 on the DVDM Assy coming off and
damaged ?
Flexible cable / connector
Is signal output from IC301-pin 123 (SPDL_PDM) on the DVDM Assy ? FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301)
Cannot playback
(Playback stops)
Does not 650nm LD deteriorate ?
650nm LD deteriorates.
If there is the both ends voltage of R121 on the DVDM Assy more than
(Cannot playback DVD)
0.7V, 650nm LD deteriorates surely.
Does not 780nm LD deteriorate ?
780nm LD deteriorates.
If there is the both ends voltage of R123 on the DVDM Assy more than
(Cannot playback CD)
1.2V, 780nm LD deteriorates surely.
D
7
Is not there abnormality in FG waveform ?
FG output : Spindle Driver IC
(DVDM IC251)
Are not there scratch and a dirt on the disc ?
Disc
8
Picture disturbance during
playback
(block noise, freeze, other)
Are not there scratch and a dirt on the disc ?
Do not you set a disc of standard outside ?
Disc
9
Audio is not output
(Picture is normal)
Check the waveform (BCK, LRCK, MCLK, DATA).
BACK END IC (DVDM IC601)
Is signal output from IC711-pin 7 and 8 on the JCKB Assy ?
AUDIO DAC IC (JCKB IC711)
E
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4
5
6
7
8
EVA emergency processing specification
A
1. About Emergency process
When abnormality of hardware of power supply short circuits and so on occurred, turn the power OFF
without an usual step in a moment. And perform process to limit the later power ON operation.
2. Category of error to perform the Emergency process
As for the error to perform the Emergency process, there are two kinds of the following.
• PROTECT error: Error by power supply of the amplifier section and abnormality of the fan
Overcurrent detection of amplifier
DC voltage detection of amplifier
Fan open and lock detection
Abnormal detection of 8V and 15V
• DVD error: Error by power-failure in the DVD module
B
3. Condition to enter Emergency process
• PROTECT error: When PROTECT port (pin 92) of the microcomputer was L more than 90 mS (less than
0.15VDD +0.4V).
• DVD error: When 3.3DET port (pin 17) of the microcomputer was more than 90mS, and were less than 2.5V
or more than 4.25V.
* Do not perform the error detection during 1.5 seconds after the power ON operation start at both ports.
4. State after the power OFF
STANDBY LED flashes in case of both of PROTECT and DVD errors
5. Possibility or no of re-power ON
• PROTECT error: Power ON is once again possible after the power OFF 60 seconds later.
Indicates "POW ERR" instead of "WELCOME" in this time.
* When pulled the AC power cord out after the power OFF within 60 seconds, cannot turn the power ON for 60
seconds after inserting the AC power cord once again.
* Flash of STANBY LED is continued even if it passes after the power OFF for 60 seconds.
C
• DVD error: Power ON is once again possible after the power OFF 60 seconds later.
Indicates "DVD ERR" instead of "WELCOME" in this time.
* When pulled the AC power cord out after the power OFF within 60 seconds, cannot turn the power ON for 60
seconds after inserting the AC power cord once again.
* Flash of STANBY LED is continued even if it passes after the power OFF for 60 seconds.
6. Recovery method of within 60 seconds after PROTECT error, and after DVD error
When turn the power ON once again after turning the power OFF within 60 seconds in the PROTECT error, and
after turned the power OFF in the DVD error, it is necessary to start with the test mode.
To enter the Test mode, turn the power on while short-circuiting with TEST jumper (W284) and VE+5 jumper
(W282) on the IF Assy.
Indicate with "U-TEST" in this time.
D
In addition, RAM of the microcomputer is reset to the factory shipping state when releasing the service test
mode with the power OFF. Then power ON can normally from the next time.
(When error is left, enter the Emergency process once again.)
Protection circuit
1 Diagnosis method when the protection circuit turned to OFF at normal connection (MEDIA-AMP)
When enter the individual operation
mode, a protection circuit does not work.
E
2 The release method that "power cannot turn on for 60 seconds"
Enter the test mode by supplying AC power
(or DC power in the individual operation) while
short-circuiting the jumpers with "TEST" indication
on the IF ASSY, waiting for 60 seconds is released.
Be because the microcomputer was reset then.
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6
7
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2
3
4
7 SINGLE OPERATION METHOD
A
Individual operation method of XV-EV51,EV21 (MEDIA)
Jigs and Measuring instruments
V
A
B
DC powersupply
Single purpose operation method.
1 Supply DC power to each point, and all the divided GND short-circuits.
DC apply point
Voltage
8V
8V
16V
1
2
3
C
Locations
Apply Point Name
W497
IC5508 IN
W264
V+8V
C8902 + side VU+12V
Assy Name
IF Assy
IF Assy
AF Assy
IGND short circuit point
1
2
3
Locations
GND Name
Assy Name
CN8901 16PIN
W132
W395
GNDD
GNDA
GNDM
AF ASSY
AF ASSY
IF ASSY
D
2 Supply a DC power while short-circuiting the jumpers (W282 and W285) with "SERVICE" indication on the IF Assy.
TEST MODE : STOP → CANCEL
Y
OR
EM
ST. M
·S
TO
P
E
DC powersupply
IF ASSY
V
DC Output (+8.0V)
7
A
Power SW
+8.0V
off
STOP
All Operations
GND
The DC power supply
(+8.0V) is turned off.
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7.1.4 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON
Flow chart from power on to the picture output
A
STANDBY
Spindle turn
Power on operation by a user
(remote controller key or product key)
Read ID information code
FL controller receives a message
Various setting
[FL controller]
LCD lighting / outputs a power on signal
(POWER ON: "L"→"H")
B
The picture output
[FL controller]
Release the reset for BACK END
(XRESET: "L"→"H")
C
[BACK END]
Accesses flash ROM and 64M SDRAM
[BACK END]
Accesses FRON END
[BACK END]
Request communication to the FL
controller (FP_ACK)
D
[FL controller]
Outputs the signal which can
communicate to BACK END (FP_XRDY)
BACK END – FL controller
communication
E
The opening picture output
[FRONT END]
Identifies the following:
• Slider positioning (INSIDE SW)
• Spindle FG stop
Disc detection (Focus control)
F
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2
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7.1.5 DISASSEMBLY
1 Deck Mechanism Section
1
2
A
4
2 Front Panel Section
1
2
3
4
Remove the Side Bonnet L and R (screws × 14)
Remove two screws
2
2
Remove two screws
Remove a FFC and connector
Unhook × 4
Remove the Front Panel Section
AF Assy
B
CN8301
2
IF Assy
2
CN5509
Rear View
C
3
4
5
Release two binders
Remove the earth lead wire (screw × 1)
Remove the Deck Mechanism Section
(FFC × 1, connectors × 2)
Deck Mechanism Section
5
D
4
5
CN5802
Earth
Lead
Wire
E
3
3
5
5
4
3
CN2302
CN2301
3
3
1
1
IF Assy
Note : Front Panel can removes with the state which
Tray Panel was attached to it.
In this time, remove bottom part of the Front Panel
first so that the Tray Panel is not caught.
DECK Assy
Note : Operation check of the main unit is possible
even if removes the Deck Mechanism Section.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3 DVD Mechanism Section
1
5
Remove three screws
Remove four screws
5
A
5
Top View
Rear View
B
1
1
1
C
DVD Mechanism Section
5
2
3
4
Remove a screw
6
Remove a Fan connector
5
Remove the DVDM and DVD IF Assys (screws × 6)
(with Shield Plate and Plastic Plate)
Caution : Be careful to installation order of
the Shield Plate and Plastic Plate.
Remove the DVD Shield Section
5
Shield Plate and Plastic Plate
DVDM Assy
5
D
×2
5
5
4
3
×3
CN5510
5
2
E
DVD Shield
DVD Mechanism Section
DVD IF Assy
Bottom View
F
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8
1
7
2
3
4
Styling like figure below.
A
DECK Assy
AF Assy
Rear View
Turn the Pickup Short SW
before Pickup Flexible Cable removed.
DVD IF Assy
DVDM Assy
Short
B
DSP Assy
(XV-EV51 Only)
" before Pickup Flexible cable removed
make short by solder "
IF Assy
LOADING MECHA Assy
C
Diagnosis
D
4 Tray
1
2
Remove the Bridge (screw ×1).
Pull out the Tray and remove it while unhooking a hook.
Caution in the Tray Insertion
2
1
-1
1
-1
In the Tray insertion, insert it after matching a triangle mark
of the Loading Base and a position of pin of the Drive Cam.
-2
Triangle Mark
Loading Base
Hook
E
2
-2
Pin
Drive Cam
F
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4
5
6
5 Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
1
Cautions :
Screw is locked with Silicone Adhesive.
Please lock it with Silicone Adhesive when installs it.
3
4
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Remove two Skew Screws and two Skew Springs
3
Pickup Assy-S
Skew
Screw
3
Skew
Spring
1
A
Remove the Pickup Assy-s
4
Silicone
Adhesuve
GEM1037
-1
8
When Removing The Pickup Assy-S
Remove the FFC Holder with the state which Flexible Cable
was atatched. (Screw × 1)
1
7
Skew
Skew Screw
-2
Spring
B
FFC Holder
Bottom View
2
C
Remove the Pickup Flexible Cable
Pickup Assy-S
5
Remove two Screws
Cautions :
Screw is locked with Silicone Adhesive.
Please lock it with Silicone Adhesive when installs it.
3
4
Unhook ( × 4)
D
Remove the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
5
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
Slider
3
×2
Hold Spring
4
2
E
Pickup Assy-S
Joint
3
×2
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
5
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
F
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2
3
4
STYLING THE PICKUP FLEXIBLE CABLE
A
1
2
FOLD a edge of lining part of the Pickup Flexible Cable.
Insert the Pickup Flexible Cable in connector, and lock it surely.
Pickup Assy-S
B
2
1
7
8
Bottom View
Conducting Plane
FFC Holder
Caution :
Move the Pickup to the innermost of the disc
C
3
Perform the styling as shown in figure below.
10
Lose slack
9
Fold position of step
6
D
1
Bottom View
2
3
Fold at the position
of reference line.
Bottom View
Reference line
6
E
11
55
4
12
Bottom View
Bottom View
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7.2 PARTS
• The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
A
List of IC
BA6664FM, L6315ATXXTY, M56788AFP, STI5519AVB-B0C, PCM1742KE, MM1567AJ, PDC093
BA6664FM (DVDM ASSY : IC251)
• Spindle Driver
Block Diagram
A3 2
28 RNF
DRIVER
GAIN
SWITCH
GAIN
CONTROL
A1 7
Vcc
CURRENT
SENSE AMP
TL
HALL AMP
TORQUE
PS
GND 8
B
27 VM
TSD
A2 4
26 GSW
25 VCC
24 FG
23 PS
SENSE AMP
H1+ 9
22 EC
H1- 10
Vcc
Vcc
21 ECR
C
20 FR
H2+ 11
19 FG2
R
H2- 12
D
Q
CK
Q
SHORT BRAKE
H3+ 13
18 SB
17 CNF
H3- 14
BRAKE MODE
16 BR
HALL BIAS
15 VH
D
Pin Function
No. Pin Name
1
N.C.
2
A3
3
N.C.
Pin Function
No. Pin Name
Pin Function
N.C.
16
BR
Brake mode switching pin
Output pin
17
CNF
Capacitor connection pin for phase compensation
N.C.
18
SB
Short brake pin
4
A2
Output pin
19
FG2
5
N.C.
N.C.
20
FR
6
N.C.
N.C.
21
ECR
Output pin
22
EC
Output voltage control pin
GND pin
23
PS
Power save pin
7
A1
8
GND
FG 3-phase mix signal output pin
Rotation detecting pin
E
Control reference pin of output voltage
9
H1+
24
FG
10
H1-
25
VCC
FG signal output pin
26
GSW
27
VM
Motor power pin
Power supply pin
11
H2+
12
H2-
13
H3+
28
RNF
Resistor connection pin for output current detection
14
H3-
FIN
FIN
GND
15
VH
Hall signal input pins
Gain switching pin
F
Hall bias pin
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6
7
101
8
1
2
3
4
3
4
L6315ATXXTY (DVDM ASSY : IC301)
• Front End IC
A
Block Diagram
B
C
D
E
F
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1
2
5
6
7
8
Pin Function
No.
Pin Name
I/O
Pin Function
1
IREF
2
GNDAI
Analog ground
Analog input
Analog power supply ground
3
RFSACD
Analog output
RF output for SA-CD support
4
RFIN
5
RFOUT
Analog output
6
VCCA18
Analog supply
Input stage power supply
7
TST_ADC
Analog output
RF path analog test pin
8
TST_SLICE
Analog output
PM analog test pin
9
TST_PM
Analog output
PM analog test pin
Analog input
10 A
11 GNDMN
12 B
13 VCC33MN
Bandgap filtering input
RF path data input (after AC coupling)
RF path data output (before AC coupling)
Analog input
Input stages laser diode A
Analog ground
Input stages ground main
Analog input
Input stages laser diode B
Analog supply
Input stages 3.3 V misc.
14 REFD
Analog output
Reference voltage for pickup
15 VCC18IS
Analog supply
Input stages 1.8 V main
16 D
Analog input
17 VCCA18IS
18 C
Analog supply
Analog input
Input stages 1.8 V misc.
Input stages laser diode C
Analog supply
Input stages 3.3 V misc.
20 GNDAIS
Analog ground
Input stages ground misc.
21 VCC33SD
Analog supply
Input stages 3.3 V side
22 VCC18SD
Analog supply
Input stages 1.8 V side
23 GNDSD
Analog ground
Input stages ground side
Analog input
Input stages laser diode F
25 E
Analog input
26 VSHIELIS
Analog ground
Input stages laser diode E
Analog supply
ADC digital power supply
28 VSSADC
Analog ground
ADC digital ground supply
29 VCCADC
Analog supply
ADC analog power supply
30 GNDADC
Analog ground
ADC analog ground supply
31 VSHIELDADC
Analog ground
ADC shield
−
33 BOOT_MODE
C
IS shield
27 VDDADC
32 NC
B
Input stages laser diode D
19 VCC33IS
24 F
A
D
−
Digital input
Boot mode
34 VSS
Digital ground
VSS I/O
35 VDD3
Digital supply
VDD I/O (3.3 V)
36 PC[0] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
37 PC[1] (PS)
Digital I/O
Driver IC power save
38 PC[2] (FG)
Digital I/O
FG pulse input
39 PC[3] (SB)
Digital I/O
Spindle short brake
40 PC[4] (SLDPOS)
Digital I/O
Slider position input
E
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6
7
103
8
1
No.
A
2
Pin Name
3
I/O
4
Pin Function
41 PC[5] (VROFST)
Digital I/O
VREF offset adjustment (stand-by)
42 PC[6] (SPDL_PDM)
Digital I/O
Spindle drive output
43 PC[7] (OEICG)
Digital I/O
OEIC gain sw
44 VSS
Digital ground
VSS core
45 VDD3S
Digital supply
VDD core
46 VSS_SPL
Digital ground
VSS I/O
47 RAM_DQM
Digital output
SDRAM DQM
48 RAM_WEN
Digital output
RAM write enable
Digital output
SRAM address
49 RAM_CASN / Sradr14
50 RAM_RASN / Sradr15
B
51 RAM_A[13]
52 RAM_A[12]
53 RAM_A[11]
54 RAM_A[10]
55 RAM_A[0]
56 RAM_A[1]
57 RAM_A[2]
58 RAM_A[3]
59 RAM_A[4]
C
60 RAM_A[5]
61 RAM_A[6]
62 RAM_A[7]
63 RAM_A[8]
64 RAM_A[9]
65 RAM_CLK / Sradr16
66 VDD_SPL
Digital supply
VDD I/O
67 VDD3
Digital supply
VDD I/O
68 VSS
Digital ground
VSS I/O
69 RAM_DQ[0]
D
70 RAM_DQ[1]
71 RAM_DQ[2]
72 RAM_DQ[3]
73 RAM_DQ[4]
Digital I/O
SRAM data
74 RAM_DQ[5]
75 RAM_DQ[6]
76 RAM_DQ[7]
E
77 VDD3S
Digital supply
VDD core
78 VSS
Digital ground
VSS core
79 OUT_REQ
Reserved
80 OUT_ERR
Digital output
Must be set to ground
Output interface
F
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104
1
2
3
4
5
No.
Pin Name
6
7
I/O
8
Pin Function
81 OUT_SYNC
Digital output
Output interface
82 OUT_DVALID
Digital output
Output interface
83 OUT_CLK
Digital output
Output interface
84 OUT_DATA[0] (FE_DATA)
Digital output
Output interface
85 OUT_DATA[1] (FE_EVALID)
Digital output
Output interface: BW com
86 OUT_DATA[2] (FE_ECCBST)
Digital output
Output interface: BW com
Digital output
Reserved
92 VDD3
Digital supply
VDD I/O
93 VSS
Digital ground
VSS I/O
A
87 OUT_DATA[3]
88 OUT_DATA[4]
89 OUT_DATA[5]
90 OUT_DATA[6]
91 OUT_DATA[7]
B
94 PE[0] (FE_INIT)
Digital I/O
FE initialize input
95 PE[1] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
96 PE[2] (DMA)
Digital I/O
DMA input
97 PE[3] (SCL)
Digital I/O
I2C clock input
98 PE[4] (SDA)
Digital I/O
I2C data input
99 PD[0] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
100 PD[1] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
101 PD[2] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
102 PD[3] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
103 PD[4] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
104 PD[5] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
105 PD[6] (NC)
Digital I/O
−
Digital I/O
−
106 PD[7] (NC)
107 VDD3
Digital supply
VDD I/O
108 VSS
Digital ground
VSS I/O
109 VPP_TEST
Digital input
Test input
110 VCCD_BYP
Digital supply
VDD core
111 VCCD_OUT
−
C
D
No voltage to be applied
112 VSS
Digital ground
VSS core
113 VDD3S
Digital supply
VDD core
114 VSS
Digital ground
VSS I/O
115 VDD3
Digital supply
VDD I/O
116 RESET_IN
Digital input
117 VCC18DAC
Analog supply
DAC analog power supply
118 STEPER1
Analog output
DAC spindle motor
119 STEPER2
Analog output
DAC sled motor
120 REFEXT
Analog input
Global reset signal
E
DAC external reference
F
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6
7
105
8
1
No.
A
Pin Name
I/O
DAC analog ground supply
122 REFDAC
Analog output
DAC reference voltage
123 FACT
Analog output
DAC focus actuator
Digital output
Analog ground
−
126 NC
127 VCCA33
Analog supply
−
128 NC
129 GNDPLL
Analog ground
130 PLLOFF
Analog input
131 FREOUT
Analog output
132 FREIN
Analog input
4
Pin Function
Analog ground
125 GNDDAC
C
3
121 REFGND
124 TACT
B
2
DAC tracking actuator
DAC analog ground
−
DAC analog power supply
−
PM analog ground
PM reference disable PLL
PM reference frequency output
PM reference frequency input
133 VCCPLL
Analog supply
PM analog power supply
134 SREG1
Analog output
External bipolar base
135 VCCR33
Analog supply
Analog power supply for regulator
136 SREG2
Analog output
External bipolar base
137 LD1
Analog output
Laser control laser diode 1
138 LD2
Analog output
Laser control laser diode 2
139 VCCA33
Analog supply
Analog power supply for input stages +
140 LCREF
Analog output
Laser control DAC reference
141 LMD1
Analog input
Laser control monitor diode 1
142 LMD2
Analog input
Laser control monitor diode 2
143 GNDL
Analog ground
144 VBGFILT
Analog input
Ground for laser control detection
Bandgap filtering input
D
E
F
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106
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M56788AFP (DVDM ASSY : IC351)
• FTS Driver IC
A
Block Diagram
B
C
D
E
F
XV-EV51
5
6
7
107
8
1
2
3
4
3
4
STI5519AVB-B0C (DVDM ASSY : IC601)
• Back End IC
A
Block Diagram
B
C
D
E
F
XV-EV51
108
1
2
5
6
7
8
Pin Function
No.
Pin Name
I/O
Pin Function
1
FP_SO
OUT
Front Panel interface. (Soft) Serial transfer data output.
2
A_DATA3
OUT
Reserved
3
XAMUTE
OUT
4
VDD_3V3
−
3.3 V Power supply
5
VSS
−
Ground
6
AQE_XCS
OUT
Reserved
Audio Quality Enhancer IC's chip-select output.
7
SQUEEZ
OUT
S-Video output S1/S2 control signal at squeez output mode 'H'.
8
LETTER
OUT
S-Video output S1/S2 control signal & EURO(SCART) connecter (FUNCTION SWITCHING) signal at
letter-box output mode 'H'.
TRYPOS
OUT
9
TRYPOS
IN
Analog audio output line muteing output 'L'.
In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer, this port is N.C.(output)
For EURO(SCART) connecter (BLINKING) signal
'L' : RGB output disable 'H' : RGB output enable
OUT
11 RTS
OUT
UART(RS-232C) Request To Send signal output.
OUT
For EURO(SCART) connecter V/Y, R/C signal select
'L' : VRGB output = VRGB
'H' : VRGB output = YCGB
13 CTS
IN
UART(RS-232C) Clear To Send signal input.
14 VDD_2V5
−
2.5 V Power supply
15 VSS
−
Ground
16 FE_DATA
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
Searial data input.
17 FE_BCLK
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
Searial clock input.
18 FE_DVALID
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
Data valid flag input.
19 FE_SYNC
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
Searial synchronize flag input.
20 FE_EVALID
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
If STi5588 then RS-SPLIT error valid flag.
21 FE_ECCBST
IN
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
If STi5588 then RS-SPLIT ECC Block Start flag.
22 TP- ( VQE_XCS )
OUT
B
Carousel 5 Disc Chenger only
Tray rotete puls input.
Capture function can be used.
10 V_SEL1
12 V_SEL2
A
C
D
Reserved
23 VDD_RGB
−
RGB circuit 2.5 V Power supply
24 VSS_RGB
−
RGB circuit Ground
25 B_OUT
OUT
B / Cb
26 G_OUT
OUT
G/Y
27 RC_OUT
OUT
R / Cr
28 VREF_RGB
IN
RGB DAC reference
29 IREF_RGB
IN
RGB DAC electric current reference
30 VDD/YCC
−
YC circuit 2.5 V Power supply
31 VSS_YCC
−
YC circuit Ground
32 Y_OUT
OUT
Y
33 C_OUT
OUT
C
34 CV_OUT
OUT
CV
35 VREF_YC
IN
E
YCC DAC reference
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6
7
109
8
1
No.
A
Pin Name
2
I/O
IN
YCC DAC electric current reference
37 VDD_2V5
−
2.5 V Power supply
38 VSS
−
Ground
39 XAMUTE2
OUT
40 MIC_XON1
OUT
OUT
41 MIC_XON2
OUT
42 TP-x
OUT
OUT
43 CLAMP
IN
OUT
44 XUNCLAMP
IN
45 KDSP_RST
46 44X48
D
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output).
Karaoke model
Before MIC mixing stage audio muteing output 'L'.
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output).
Karaoke model
MIC mixing chanel control output.
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output).
MIC_ON2 : MIC_ON1 : mode
0
0
: Don't use.
0
1
: Mix to Center Speaker
1
0
: Mix to main L/R channel
1
1
: OFF
Reserved
In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer,
this port is N.C.(output)
Carousel 5 Disc Chenger only.
'H' show disc clampe complete postion.
In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer,
this port is N.C.(output)
Carousel 5 Disc Chenger only.
'H' show disc un-clampe complete postion.
OUT
Reserved
OUT
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output)
Karaoke model
KARAOKE-DSP master clock 1/2 mode 'L'.
47 VDD3V3
−
3.3 V Power supply
48 VDD_PCM
−
2.5 V Power supply
49 VSS_PCM
−
Ground
−
Ground
50 VSS
4
Pin Function
36 IREF_YC
B
C
3
51 A_BCK
OUT
Audio DAC clock
52 A_DATA0
OUT
Audio DAC Front L,R data
53 A_DATA1
OUT
Audio DAC Center, LFE data
54 A_DATA2
OUT
Audio DAC Surround L,R data
55 A_MCLK
OUT
Audio DAC Master clock
56 A_LRCK
OUT
Audio DAC L/R clock
57 DOUT
OUT
S/PDIF(IEC60958) digital audio output.
OUT
SMI SDRAM addresss
58 SMI_A4
59 SMI_A5
E
60 SMI_A6
61 SMI_A7
62 SMI_A8
63 SMI_A9
64 VDD_2V4
−
2.5 V Power supply
F
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110
1
2
3
4
5
No.
Pin Name
6
I/O
−
65 VSS
7
8
Pin Function
Ground
66 SMI_A3
A
67 SMI_A2
68 SMI_A1
69 SMI_A0
OUT
SMI SDRAM address
74 SMI_CS0
OUT
SMI SDRAM chip select
75 SMI_CS1
OUT
2nd SMI SDRAM chip select
76 SMI_RAS
OUT
SMI SDRAM RAS
77 SMI_CAS
OUT
SMI SDRAM CAS
78 SMI_WE
OUT
SMI SDRAM Write Enable
79 SMI_DQML
OUT
SMI SDRAM Lower DQM
80 SMI_DQMU
OUT
SMI SDRAM Upper DQM
70 SMI_A10
71 SMI_A11
72 SMI_A12
73 SMI_A13
81 VDD_3V3
−
3.3 V Power supply
82 SMI_CLK
IN
SDRAM clock input.
83 VSS
−
Ground
B
84 SMI_D0
C
85 SMI_D1
86 SMI_D2
87 SMI_D3
88 SMI_D4
I/O
89 SMI_D5
SMI SDRAM data
90 SMI_D6
91 SMI_D7
92 SMI_D8
93 SMI_D9
94 VDD_2V5
−
95 SMI_CLK
OUT
−
96 VSS
D
2.5 V Power supply
SDRAM clock output.
Ground
97 SMI_D10
98 SMI_D11
99 SMI_D12
I/O
100 SMI_D13
SMI SDRAM data
101 SMI_D14
102 SMI_D15
103 KDSP_XCS
OUT
104 KDSP_THRU
OUT
E
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output).
Karaoke model
Exteranal DSP chip select 'L'.
In case of NOT Karaoke model,
this port is N.C.(output).
Karaoke model
Exteranal DSP through pass mode 'L'.
F
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5
6
7
111
8
1
No.
A
B
C
D
Pin Name
2
I/O
OUT
Reserved
for high-quality audio model's LFE control.
106 TP-
OUT
Not use.
107 VDD_3V3
−
3.3 V Power supply
108 VSS
−
Ground
109 TRST
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
110 TMS
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
111 TDTO
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
112 TDTI
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
113 TCK
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
114 ROTDRV
OUT
115 B_F_ROM
IN
Carousel 5 disc changer model Tray rotation drive PWM output.
Boot select
'L' : Boot from DCU.
'H' : Boot form ROM.
116 LOAD_DRV
OUT
Tray Open/Close drive PWM output (SINGL & CAROUSEL)
117 CPU_OE
OUT
8M / 16M bits FLASH memory for firmware.
118 CPU_SDCK
OUT
64M bits SDRAM for debugging firmware .
119 VDD_2V5
−
120 CLK27M
IN
Master 27MHz system clock input.
121 VSS
−
Ground
122 VDD_PLL
−
Clock PLL circuit 2.5 V Power supply
123 VSS_PLL
−
Clock PLL circuit Ground
124 RESET
IN
Power ON system RESET signal 'L' input.
125 DISC_SNS
IN
In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer,
this port is N.C.(input).
Carousel 5 disc changer model
Disc sense input.
Pull up resistor is in another changer board.
126 FP_XRDY
IN
Front Panel interface. Hand-shake(request) input.
127 FE_INT
IN
128 SD_DQML
OUT
129 SD_DQMU
OUT
2.5 V Power supply
Front-End L6315
Interrupt request input.
Flash memory write enable
'L'. Debug SDRAM Lower DQM.
Debug SDRAM Upper DQM
Debug SDRAM Read/~Write
131 CPU_WAIT
OUT
CPU wait 'H' input
132 CE3
OUT
Flash memory Chip Eenable 'L'
133 −
OUT
TP-x
134 −
OUT
TP-x
135 SD_XRAS
OUT
136 VDD_3V3
−
3.3V Vdd
−
GND
OUT
TP-x
137 VSS
138 −
4
Pin Function
105 LFEON
130 SD_RXW
E
3
Debug SDRAM RAS 'L'
139 SD_XCAS
OUT
Debug SDRAM CAS 'L'
140 SD_XCS
OUT
Debug SDRAM Chip Select 'L'
F
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1
2
3
4
5
No.
Pin Name
6
7
I/O
8
Pin Function
141 CPU_D0
142 CPU_D1
A
143 CPU_D2
144 CPU_D3
I/O
145 CPU_D4
FLASH, Debug SDRAM DATA
146 CPU_D5
147 CPU_D6
148 CPU_D7
149 VDD_2V5
−
2.5 V Power supply
150 VSS
−
Ground
151 CPU_D8
B
152 CPU_D9
153 CPU_D10
154 CPU_D11
I/O
155 CPU_D12
FLASH, Debug SDRAM DATA
156 CPU_D13
157 CPU_D14
158 CPU_D15
159 VDD_3V3
−
3.3 V Power supply
160 VSS
−
Ground
C
161 CPU_A1
162 CPU_A2
163 CPU_A3
164 CPU_A4
165 CPU_A5
OUT
166 CPU_A6
FLASH, Debug SDRAM address
167 CPU_A7
168 CPU_A8
169 CPU_A9
D
170 CPU_A10
171 VDD_2V5
−
2.5 V Power supply
172 VSS
−
Ground
173 CPU_A11
174 CPU_A12
175 CPU_A13
176 CPU_A14
177 CPU_A15
178 CPU_A16
OUT
FLASH, Debug SDRAM address
E
179 CPU_A17
180 CPU_A18
181 CPU_A19
182 CPU_A20
183 CPU_A21
−
184 VDD_3V3
3.3 V Power supply
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6
7
113
8
1
No.
Pin Name
186 XDRVMUTE
187 RS_ERROR
188 I2C_SEL
OUT
IN
OUT
Motor driver muting signal 'L'.
Front-End L6315 stream interface.
If STi5588 then ECC Error flag.
Reserved
(Front-End L6315 command interface.)
('L' : I2C bus connect to I2C_DMA)
('H' : I2C bus connect to I2C_COMAND)
OUT
Audio DAC serial control clock output.
OUT
Audio DAC serial control data output.
191 DAC_XCS0
OUT
Audio DAC serial control chip select output.
192 DAC_XCS1
OUT
OUT
194 SDA
SDA
195 SCL
SCL
196 FE_RST
OUT
197 TXD
TXD
198 VDD_2V5
Reserved (Audio DAC serial control chip select output. For addition DAC)
In case of NOT 6ch audio output model,
this port is N.C.(output).
6ch audio output model
Audio quality up control signal output.
Front-End L6315 command interface
I2C bus serial data line.
Front-End L6315 command interface
I2C bus serial clock line.
Front-End L6315
Hard reset output.
UART(RS-232C) data output
2.5 V Power supply
199 VSS
IN
200 RXD
RXD
201 TP-x
OUT
Ground
UART(RS-232C) data input
Reserved
−
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
203 TRIGOUT
−
Diagnostic Controle Unit interface
204 OPEN
IN
'H' show tray loading "OPEN" complete position.
205 XCLOSE
IN
202 TRIGIN
D
Pin Function
190 DAC_SO
193 6CH_MODE
206 FP_ACK
OUT
207 FP_SCK
OUT
208 FP_SI
4
Ground
189 DAC_SCK
B
C
3
I/O
−
185 VSS
A
2
IN
'H' show tray loading "CLOSE" complete position.
Front Panel interface.
Hand-shake (acknowledge) output.
Front Panel interface.
(Soft) Serial transfer clock output.
Front Panel interface.
(Soft) Serial transfer data input.
E
F
XV-EV51
114
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PCM1742KE (DVD IF ASSY : IC1921)
• D/A Converter
Pin Arrangement
No.
1
2
A
Pin Function
BCK
16
SCK
DATA
3
LRCK
MC
14
4
DGND
MD
13
5
VDD
ZEROL/NA
12
6
VCC
ZEROR/ZEROA
11
7
VOUTL
VCOM
10
8
VOUTR
AGND
9
I/O
Pin Function
BCK
I
Audio data bit clock input
2
DATA
I
Audio data digital input
I
L-channel and R-channel Audio data
latch enable input
3
LRCK
4
DGND
−
Digital ground
5
VDD
−
Digital power supply +3.3V
6
VCC
−
Analog power supply +5V
7
VOUTL
O
Analog output for L-channel
8
VOUTR
O
Analog output for R-channel
9
AGND
−
Analog ground
10 VCOM
−
Common voltage decoupling
11 ZEROR/ZEROA
O
Zero flag output for R-channel / Zero
flag output for L/R-channel
12 ZEROL/NA
O
Zero flag output for L-channel / No
assign
13 MD
I
Mode control data input
14 MC
I
Mode control clock input
15 ML
I
Mode control latch input
16 SCK
I
System clock input
15
ML
Pin Name
1
B
C
Block Diagram
BCK 1
Audio
Serial
Port
LRCK 3
7 VOUTL
Output Amp and
Low-pass Filter
DAC
DATA 2
4× / 8×
Oversampling
Digital Filter
with
Function
Controller
ML 15
Enhanced
Multi-level
Delta-Sigma
Modulator
Serial
Control
Port
MC 14
D
10 VCOM
Output Amp and
Low-pass Filter
DAC
MD 13
8 VOUTR
System Clock
E
Power Supply
5
9
6
8
VDD
VCC
AGND
11
DGND
12
ZEROR/ZEROA
Zero Detect
ZEROL/NA
System Clock
Manager
SCK 16
F
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6
7
115
8
1
2
3
4
MM1567AJ (DVD IF ASSY : IC1941)
• DVD Video Amp. IC
A
Block Diagram
B
C
Pin Function
No.
Pin Function
No.
Pin Name
Pin Function
VCC1
VCC
18 CrOUT
Signal output (Cr)
2
CIN
Crroma input
19 CrSAG
SAG correction (Cr)
3
MUTE1
Mute select
20 GND2
GND
4
VIN
Video input
21 CbOUT
Signal output (Cb)
5
YC MIX
YC MIX select
22 CbSAG
SAG correction (Cb)
6
YIN
Video input (Y)
23 GND2
GND
7
BIAS
Bias
24 CYOUT
Signal output (CY)
8
GND1
GND
25 CYSAG
SAG correction (CY)
9
NC
NC
26 GND2
GND
10 GND1
GND
27 YOUT
Signal output (Y)
11 NC
NC
28 YSAG
SAG correction (Y)
12 CYIN
Luminance input
29 GND2
GND
13 CLP
Input clamp select
30 VOUT
Signal output (V)
14 CbIN
Component input (Cb)
31 VSAG
SAG correction (V)
15 MUTE2
Mute select
32 GND2
GND
16 CrIN
Component input (Cr)
33 COUT
Chromatic output
17 GND2
GND
34 VCC2
VCC
D
E
Pin Name
1
F
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116
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PDC093 (IF ASSY : IC5501)
A
• System Control Microcomputer
Pin Function
No.
1
Port Name
PA3/WR#
Pin Name
I/O
DVD ON/OFF
O
Function
Control power supply for DVD
2
PA4/RD#
(HPDET)
O
Detect to insert headphone (reserve) → If don't use, set I/O to output
3
PA5/RS
XCDRST
O
Reset for CD / VCD / DVD microcomputer
4
P70 / INT0 / T0LCP / AN8
ACPULSE
I
AC PULSE input
5
P71 / INT1 / T0HCP / AN9
CDERR
I
ERR and OVER input from CODEC
6
P72 / INT2 / T0IN
RDSCLK
I
Clock input from RDS decoder (without RDS : Low output)
7
P73 / INT3 / T0IN
REMOCON
I
REMOCON signal input
8
RES#
XRESET
I
Reset input
B
9
XT1 / AN10
−
−
10
XT2 / AN11
−
−
11
VSS1
−
−
12
CF1
−
−
13
CF2
−
−
14
VDD1
−
−
Power supply
15
P80 / AN0
SIMUKE
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Destination setting input
16
P81 / AN1
LEVELIN
I
Level meter signal input
17
P82 / AN2
3.3DETECT
I
DVD 3.3V detection input
18
P83 / AN3
KEY4
I
Key input (for AMP)
19
P84 / AN4
ST/TUNE
I
STEREO tuned detection input
20
P85 / AN5
KEY1
I
Key input
21
P86 / AN6
KEY2
I
Key input
22
P87 / AN7
KEY3
I
Key input
23
P10/SO0
SYS_DOUT
O
System bus data output (AMP side output)
24
P11 / SI0 / SB0
SYS_DIN
I
System bus data input (AMP side input)
25
P12 / SCK0
SYS_CLK
I
C
System bus clock input
Data output for CODEC + DIR IC, TC9164, EXPAND IC (only for DSP),
CRISTAL's DSP (AMP side output) [DSP core CDDI + CSDI]
Data input for CODEC + DIR IC, TC9164, EXPAND IC (only for DSP),
CRISTAL's DSP AMP side input) [DSP core CDDO + CSDO]
Clock for CODEC + DIR IC, TC9164, EXPAND IC (only for DSP), CRISTAL's
DSP [DSP core CDCK + CSCK]
26
P13 / SO1
DSPDIN
O
27
P14 / SI1 / SB1
DSPDOUT
I
28
P15 / SCK1
DSPCLK
O
29
P16/T1PWML
SYS_CS2
O
30
P17/T1PWMH/BUZ
SYS_CS1
O
Chip select 1 for system bus
31
PE0
TCEXPOE
O
Output enable to EXPAND IC for deck
32
PE1
TCEXPCLK
O
Clock to EXPAND IC for deck
33
PE2
TCEXPCE
O
Chip enable to EXPAND IC for deck
34
PE3
TCEXPDAT
O
Data to EXPAND IC for deck
35
PE4
TCHALF
I
Input switch of mecha half
36
PE5
TCMODE
I
Input switch of mecha mode
37
PE6
TCRECF
I
Input switch of mecha during recording forward
38
PE7
TCRECR
I
Input switch of mecha during recording reverse
39
VSS4
−
−
Ground
40
VDD4
−
−
Power supply
D
Chip select 2 for system bus
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Pin Name
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Function
41
PF0
TCMSIN
Input MS signal
42
PF1
TCPULSE
I
Input pulse of TC reel
43
PF2
XTESTMODE
I
Set TEST MODE for product line (service) and unit checker
44
PF3
SERVICE
I
Set SELF CHECK for service
45
PF4
DTSDMIX
O
Cntrol of gain-up for dts down-mix
46
PF5
SWFMIX
O
Control for subwoofer mix
47
PF6
ECHCNT1
O
Control of echo level 1
48
PF7
ECHCNT2
O
Control of echo level 2
49
SI2P0/SO2
LCDDAT
O
Data for FL (LCD) driver
50
SI2P1/SI2/SB2
LCDCE
O
Chip enable for FL (LCD) driver
51
SI2P2/SCK2
LCDCLK
O
Clock for FL (LCD) driver
52
SI2P3/SCK20
LCDRST
O
Reset for FL (LCD) driver
53
PWM1
−
−
54
PWM0
−
−
55
VDD2
−
−
Power supply
56
VSS2
−
−
Ground
57
P00
TXCE
O
Chip enable for tuner LSI
58
P01
NC
O
No connection
59
P02
XTMRLED
O
Control timer standby LED
60
P03
XSTBYLED
O
Control standby LED
61
P04
TXCLK
O
Clock for tuner LSI
62
P05
TXIDAT
O
Data for tuner LSI
63
P06
TXMUTE
O
Control mute of tuner
64
P07
RDSPOW
O
Control power supply of RDS
65
P20/INT4/T1IN
RDSDATA
I
Input RDS data
66
P21/INT4/T1IN
TXODAT
I
Input data from tuner LSI
67
P22/INT4/T1IN
XDSPMUTE
O
Control mute of DSP (board)
68
P23/INT4/T1IN
A/D MODE
O
DSP mute when ANALOG
69
P24/INT5/T1IN
AUXMUTE
O
Control mute of AUX output
70
P25/INT5/T1IN
DVDLAT
I
Input latch signal from DVD connection
71
P26/INT5/T1IN
ATTCONT
O
Control ATT of AUX
72
P27/INT5/T1IN
KCONSTB
O
Strobe for Key Control IC
73
P30
KCONCLK
O
Clock for Key Control IC
74
P31
KCONDATA
O
Data for Key Control IC
75
P32
VOCALC
O
76
P33
VOCALB
O
77
P34
VOCALA
O
78
P35
ASSELB
O
Audio source select B
79
P36
ASSELA
O
Audio source select A (CD, TUNER, TAPE, AUX) BU4052
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PB7/D7
DSP EXP CS
O
Chip select for EXPAND
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Port Name
Pin Name
7
I/O
8
Function
81
PB6/D6
DSP EXP OE
O
Output enable for EXPAND (no use)
82
PB5/D5
CSCS
O
Chip select for CRISTAL's DSP
83
PB4/D4
CSREQ
I
Request for CRISTAL's DSP
84
PB3/D3
FS96
I
96k input fron CODEC
85
PB2/D2
ABOOT
O
Chip select for SRAM / P2ROM
86
PB1/D1
CSRST
O
RESET for CRISTAL's DSP
87
PB0/D0
CDCS
O
Chip select for CODEC
88
VSS3
−
−
Ground
89
VDD3
−
−
Power supply
90
PC7/A7
CDPDN
O
Power down (RESET) for CODEC
91
PC6/A6
SYSPOW
O
Control power supply of system
92
PC5/A5
PROTECT
I
Protection and Fan Error detection input
93
PC4/A4
SPCONT
O
Control relay of speaker output
94
PC3/A3
SYSMUTE
O
Control mute of system
95
PC2/A2
VOLCE
O
Chip enable for E-vol IC
96
PC1/A1
VOLCLK
O
Clock for E-vol IC
97
PC0/A0
VOLDATA
O
Data for E-vol IC
98
PA0/CS2#
FLASH E/D
−
for FLASH writing
99
PA1/CS1#
FLASH DO
−
for FLASH writing
FLASH CLK
−
for FLASH writing
100 PA2/CS0#
A
B
• Port 0 (P00-P07) can be selected for input or output by each 4 bits (P00-P03, P04-P07).
Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port 1 (P10-P17) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1bit in option.
• Port 2 (P20-P27) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port 3 (P30-P36) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port 7 (P70-P73) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
• Port 8 (P80-P87) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
• Port A (PA0-PA5) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset.
And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port B (PB0-PB7) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit.
Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port C (PC0-PC7) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit.
Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option.
• Port E and PortF can be selected for input or output by each 2 bits.
• In case of without RDS, it is best that RDSDATA and RDSCLK are assigned as I/O port which can be set output and output low level.
• Port 0 cannot output High level during HALT mode.
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A
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Position to be cleaned
Cleaning tools
Pickup lenses
Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008
B
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8. PANEL FACILITIES
A
Front panel
6
7 8 9
The front panel controls for the EV51DVD model
are shown in the illustrations below.
10 11 12
13
STEREODVD TUNER DECK
EV51DVD
1 SURROUND (EV51DVD model)
Selects a surround listening mode
SFC (EV21DVD model)
Selects sound modes or custom settings from
the Sound Field Control
B
SOUND MODE
2 STANDBY/ON
TIMER/CL
OCK ADJ
KARAOKE
Switches the player on or into standby
DISPLA
Y
ST. MEMORY
ENTER
3 ADVANCED SURROUND (EV51DVD model)
Selects an advanced listening mode
CENTER SP (ON/OFF) (EV21DVD model)
DVD/CD
Switches the center speaker on or off
4/1
TUNING–
–
+
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
STTOP
TUNER
TAPE
¡/¢
UNING+
LINE
C
OPEN/CL
OSE
1 2
3 4
5
REVERSE MODE
DOLBY NR(DEMO)
REC/ST
OP
ASES
MIC VOL
MIN
MAX
D
MIC
(MAIN)
STANDBY/ON
MIC
(SUB)
SURROUND ADVANCED
SURROUND
POWER AMPLIFIER EV51D
VD
STANDBY
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
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4 STANDBY indicator
14 ASES
Lights when the system is in standby
Press for CD-to-tape synchro recording
5
PHONES jack
15 DOLBY NR (DEMO)
Headphone jack
Switches Dolby Noise Reduction on or off
6
DVD/CD and TUNER select button
Press to select the source you want to listen to
16 OPEN/CLOSE
7 SOUND MODE
Opens the disc tray
Adjusts the tone, balance and (EV51DVD model
only ) DSP controls
B
17 MIC VOL
Controls the volume of the karaoke mics
8
KARAOKE (EV51DVD model)
18 MIC input jacks
Selects audio channels for karaoke
19 VOLUME, TUNING and playback control
buttons
VIRTUAL SURROUND (EV21DVD model)
Switches the Virtual Surround effect on or off
9
The TUNING /scan/skip buttons are used for tuning
into stations, skipping or scanning tracks on discs
or tapes. The playback control button is used for
playing, pausing and stopping playback.
ST. MEMORY
Use for saving and listening to station presets
20 REVERSE MODE
Selects the playback mode for tapes
10 ENTER
C
Select an option or execute a command
21 REC/STOP
Starts/stops recording on the tape deck
11 DISPLAY
Changes the information shown in the display
12 TIMER/CLOCK ADJ
Use for setting the clock, as well as for setting and
checking the timers
13 TAPE and LINE select button
Press to select the source you want to listen to
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Controls and displays
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Remote control
STANDBY/ON
Switches the player on or into standby
2
Function select buttons
Selects the source you want to listenot
The remote control for the EV51DVD model
s i
shown in the illustration below
.
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DVD control buttons
AUDIO
Selects the audio channel or language
SUBTITLE
Selects a subtitle display
STANDBY/ON
1
2
3
4
5
DVD/CD
TAPE
FM/AM
LINE
AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
ANGLE
Changes the camera angle during DVD multiangle scene playback
DVD DISP
DSP
SURROUNDADVANCED MONO SYSTEM DISP
I — KEYCON — i
KARAOKE ECHO
TIMER
13
MUTE
15
CLOCK ADJ.
6
VOLUME
SYSTEM SETUP
ST –
ADV. SURROUND
Selects a DSP mode for multi-channel sound
RETURN
TUNE –
18
E/
33
¡
3
1
FOLDER –
PROGRAM
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ST +
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4
DSP buttons (EV51DVD model)
SURROUND
Selects a surround mode for multi-channel
sound
ENTER
9
11
4
16
DVD MENU
SOUND
MODE
10
14
17
TUNE +
DVD SETUP
8
ZOOM
Changes the zoom level
TOP MENU
7
B
Sound Field buttons (EV21DVD model )
FOLDER +
SFC
Selects sound modes or custom settings from
the Sound Field Control
¢
7
8
REPEAT RANDOM
1
2
3
TEST TONE
CH LEVEL
SLEEP
4
5
6
ENTER
7
8
9
0
CLEAR
D
VIRTL. SURR.
Switches the Virtual Surround effect on or off
TV CONTROL
12
SHIFT
5
19
INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME
SELECT
KARAOKE buttons
KARAOKE
Selects audio channels for karaoke
ECHO
Changes the echo level on the karaoke mics
KEYCON (SHIFT+KARAOKE/ECHO)
Lowers/raises the pitch of the backing track
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A
CH LEVEL (SHIFT+5)
Press to adjust the speaker level
SLEEP (SHIFT+6)
Switches the sleep timer on or off
VOLUME
Adjusts the volume level
7
DVD SETUP
CLEAR
Clears an entry
Press to make DVD settings
SYSTEM SETUP (SHIFT+DVD SETUP)
(EV51DVD model)
ENTER
Selects menu options, etc. (works exactly the
same as the ENTER button in 8 above)
Press to make DSP settings
12 SHIFT
8 ENTER, TUNE & cursor control buttons
Navigates on-screen displays and menus. ENTER
selects an option or executes a command.
9
B
4
Press to access the functions/commands written in
green on the remote
13 SYSTEM DISP
SOUND MODE
Switches between information and clock displays
Adjusts the tone, balance and (EV51DVD model
only ) DSP controls
DVD DISP (SHIFT+SYSTEM DISP)
Changes the information shown in the display
10 Playback controls
3
Starts/resumes playback
14 MONO
Press to listen to a stereo FM broadcast in
mono (sound quality is usually improved)
1 and /e
Use for reverse slow motion playback, frame
reverse and reverse scanning
CENTER SP (SHIFT+MONO)
(EV21DVD model only)
Switches the center speaker on or off
¡ and E/
Use for forward slow motion playback, frame
advance and forward scanning
C
15 MUTE
Mutes the volume
16 TIMER/CLOCK ADJ.
4
Jumps to the beginning of the current chapter
or track, then to previous
chapters/tracks
¢
Use for setting the clock, as well as for setting and
checking the timers
17
Jumps to the next chapter or track
8 Pauses playback; press again to restart
7 Stops playback
TOP MENU (SHIFT+DVD MENU)
Displays the top menu of a DVD disc
11 Number buttons and SHIFT functions
The number buttons can be used for selecting tracks
directly, the functions above the buttons are
accessed by pressing SHIFT at the same time as the
button.
D
PROGRAM (SHIFT+1)
Use to program/play a program list
18 RETURN
Press to return to a previous menu screen
19 TV CONTROL
Refer to Setting the remote to control your TV
on page 27 to use these controls with your TV.
REPEAT (SHIFT+2)
Selects a repeat play mode
Switches the TV on or into standby
RANDOM (SHIFT+3)
Selects a random play mode
INPUT SELECT
Switches the TV input
CHANNEL +/–
Selects channels
VOLUME +/ –
Adjusts the volume on the TV
TEST TONE (SHIFT+4)
(EV51DVD model only)
Outputs the test tone for speaker setup
(EV51DVD model only)
E
DVD MENU
Displays the DVD menu (for CDs, Video
CDs, and MP3 discs, the Disc Navigator
screen appears)
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Controls and displays
A
6
Display
MP3
Lights during playback of an MP3 disc
7
RPT-1
RPTlights during repeat play ( RPT-1 lights during
repeat one-track play)
The front panel display for the EV51DVD model is
shown in the illustration below
.
8
Format indicator (EV51DVD model only)
These indicators will light according to which
channels are encoded on the Dolby Digital or DTS
multi-channel disc currently in the player. LFE
lights when the disc has an LFE channel.
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2
3
4
5
PGM RDMF PT-1
ADV.SURR.
SFC MP3
6
14
13
12
MONO STEREO TUNED
96kHz
7
8
9
B
MONO
Lights when FM mono reception is selected
10 STEREO
Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being
received in auto stereo mode
9 10 11
11 96 kHz
Lights when a 96kHz source is detected
(wont light if the source is copy-protected)
15
12
SUB Wf
Lights during multi-angle scenes on a DVD disc
C
13
Lights when Virtual Surround is switched on
14 TUNED
Lights when a broadcast is being received
2 PRO LOGIC
2 DIGITAL
16
20
19
18
Shows the level of the source selected
17
16 Speaker and playback indicators
21 22 23 24
B. CUT REC
ECHO KEY KARAOKE L R
The speaker indicators ( ) show the speakers
currently active. The playback indicator (3) lights
during playback.
25 26
2 NR
27 28
15 Level meter
ASES
WAKE – UP
29
1
Character display
2
RDM
REC
17 2 DIGITAL
30 31 32
This lights to indicate decoding of a Dolby Digital
signal
18 DTS
This lights to indicate decoding of a DTS signal
19 2 PRO LOGIC II (EV51DVD model only)
This lights to indicate Prologic II decoding
Lights during random playback
3
D
PGM
20 2 NR
Lights during program play
Lights when Dolby Noise Reduction is on
E
4 ADV. SURR. (EV51DVD model only)
Lights when one of the Advanced Surround
listening modes is selected
5
SFC (EV21DVD model only)
Lights when one of the Sound Field Control
listening modes is selected
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19 2 PRO LOGIC II (EV51DVD model only)
25 ASES
This lights to indicate Prologic II decoding
Lights during ASES recording
20 2 NR
26
Lights when Dolby Noise Reduction is on
B
Lights when the sleep timer is active
21 B.CUT
27 ECHO
Lights when the beat cut mode has been switched to
B.CUT2
Lights when the Karaoke ECHO effect is selected
28 KEY
22 REC
Lights when the Karaoke pitch control is selected
Lights when recording to the tape deck
29 KARAOKE LR
23 2 3
Lights when one of the Karaoke modes is selected:
Indicates the direction of tape playback
• KARAOKE (Vocal cancel) - Vocals in the
backing track are partially eliminated using
EQ.
24
Indicates the reverse mode:
•
•
- Auto-reverse playback: stops after
finishing playback in the reverse (2)
direction
•
- Continuous playback (up to 16
complete plays)
C
• L - Left channel only. Use for tracks that
have a vocal recorded in the right channel.
- Single side playback
• R - Right channel only. Use for tracks that
have a vocal recorded in the left channel.
• L R - Use to put a a single-channel vocal track
into the center of the mix.
30 WAKE-UP
Lights in standby when the wake-up timer is set and
flashes when the wake-up timer activates
31
Lights in standby when either timer is set and
flashes when they activate
32 REC
D
Lights in standby when the record timer is set and
flashes when the timer starts recording
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