No. 9305
DVPF3E
DVPF3EUK
SERVICE MANUAL
PROGRAM
DVD OUTPUT VCR
TIMER
AV 3
REC
VIDEO IN
L (mono) AUDIO IN R
PAL
SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT
DVD PLAYER & VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
May
2003
Digital Media Division
CONTENTS
1 CAUTIONS FOR SAFETY IN PERFORMING
REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
1-1 LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . .
1-2 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . .
1-2-1 Product Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2-2 Precautions during Servicing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2-3 Safety Check after Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3 STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING. . . . . . . . . .
1-3-1 Circuit Board Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3-2 Instructions for Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3-3 How to Remove/Install Flat Pack-IC . . . . . . . . . .
1-3-4 Instructions for Handling Semi-conductors . . . . .
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-6
2 GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2-1 SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2 COMPARISON OF MODELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2-2 VCR Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2-3 DVD Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3 OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS . . . .
2-1
2-2
2-2
2-2
2-3
2-4
3 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . .3-1
3-1 TROUBLESHOOTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3-1-1 Power Supply Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3-1-2 DVD Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
3-1-3 VCR Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
3-2 FIRMWARE RENEWAL MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3-2-1 How to Update the Firmware Version . . . . . . . . 3-15
3-2-2 How to Verify the Firmware Version . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3-3 STANDARD MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
3-3-1 Service Schedule of Components . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
3-3-2 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
4 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
4-1 CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . 4-1
4-1-1 Disassembly Flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4-1-2 Disassembly Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4-2 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
OF DECK MECHANISM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
4-3 ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES OF MECHANISM. . 4-13
5 ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5-1 PREPARATION FOR SERVICING . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1-1 How to Enter the Service Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2 FIXTURE AND TAPE FOR ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . .
5-2-1 How to Use The Fixtures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS . . .
5-3-1 Test Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-3-2 Head Switching Position Adjustment. . . . . . . . . .
5-4 MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES . . . . .
5-4-1 Service Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-4-2 Tape Interchangeability Alignment . . . . . . . . . . .
1-A. Preliminary/Final Checking and
Alignment of Tape Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-B. X Value Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-C. Checking/Adjustment of Envelope Waveform . . .
1-D. Azimuth Alignment of
Audio/Control/Erase Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-2
5-3
5-3
5-3
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-6
5-7
5-7
6 EXPLODEDS VIEWS AND PARTS LIST . . . . . 6-1
6-1 EXPLODED VIEWS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6-1-1 Cabinet Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6-1-2 Deck Mechanism View 1 Section . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
6-1-3 Deck Mechanism View 2 Section . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
6-1-4 Deck Mechanism View 3 Section . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
6-2 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
6-2-1 Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
6-2-2 Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
SCHEMATIC, CIRCUIT BOARD AND BLOCK
DIAGRAMS
1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS/CBA’S AND TEST POINTS . 1
2 WIRING DIAGRAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2-1 VCR Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2-2 DVD Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
3 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3-1 Main 1/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3-2 Main 2/10 & Sensor Schematic Diagrams. . . . . . . . . 6
3-3 Main 3/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3-4 Main 4/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3-5 Main 5/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3-6 Main 6/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3-7 Main 7/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3-8 Main 8/10 & DVD OPEN/CLOSE Schematic
Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3-9 Main 9/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3-10 Main 10/10 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3-11 Power Supply & Junction Schematic Diagrams . . . 15
3-12 Jack Schematic Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3-13 Function Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3-14 AFV Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3-15 DVD Main 1/3 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3-16 DVD Main 2/3 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3-17 DVD Main 3/3 Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4 WAVEFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5 CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
5-1 Main CBA Top View & Sensor CBA Top View . . . . . 24
5-2 Main CBA Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5-3 Function CBA Top/Bottom View &
DVD OPEN/CLOSE CBA Top/Bottom View . . . . . . 26
5-4 Power Supply CBA Top/Bottom View &
Junction CBA Top/Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
5-5 Jack CBA Top/Bottom View &
AFV Top/Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
6 BLOCK DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6-1 Servo/System Control Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6-2 Video Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6-3 Audio Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
6-4 Hi-Fi Audio Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6-5 Power Supply Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6-6 DVD System Control/Servo Block Diagram . . . . . . 34
6-7 Digital Signal Process Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6-8 DVD Video / Audio Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
7 SYSTEM CONTROL TIMING CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
8 IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
9 LEAD IDENTIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
1
CAUTIONS FOR SAFETY IN PERFORMING REPAIR
1-1 LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This DVD player uses a pickup that emits a laser beam.
Do not look directly at the laser beam coming
from the pickup or allow it to strike against
your skin.
The laser beam is emitted from the location shown in the figure. When checking the laser diode, be sure to keep
your eyes at least 30cm away from the pickup lens when the diode is turned on. Do not look directly at the laser
beam.
Caution: Use of controls and adjustments, or doing procedures other than those specified herein, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
Drive Mecha Assembly
Laser Beam Radiation
Laser Pickup
Turntable
1-1
1-2 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1-2-1 Product Safety Notice
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special
safety-related characteristics which are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can the protection
they give necessarily be obtained by replacing them
with components rated for higher voltage, wattage,
etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are
identified by a ! on schematics and in parts lists. Use
of a substitute replacement that does not have the
same safety characteristics as the recommended
replacement part might create shock, fire, and/or other
hazards. The Product’s Safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever
appropriate. Prior to shipment from the factory, our
products are carefully inspected to confirm with the
recognized product safety and electrical codes of the
countries in which they are to be sold. However, in
order to maintain such compliance, it is equally important to implement the following precautions when a set
is being serviced.
1-2-2 Precautions during Servicing
A. Parts identified by the ! symbol are critical for
safety. Replace only with part number specified.
B. In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies
are specified for conformance with regulations
applying to spurious radiation. These must also be
replaced only with specified replacements.
Examples: RF converters, RF cables, noise blocking capacitors, and noise blocking filters, etc.
C. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially:
1)Wires covered with PVC tubing
2)Double insulated wires
3)High voltage leads
D. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous
live parts. Note especially:
1)Insulation tape
2)PVC tubing
3)Spacers
4)Insulators for transistors
E. When replacing AC primary side components
(transformers, power cord, etc.), wrap ends of
wires securely about the terminals before soldering.
F. Observe that the wires do not contact heat producing parts (heatsinks, oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.).
G. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp
edges or pointed parts.
H. When a power cord has been replaced, check that
5 - 6 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it.
1-2
I. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.
J. Be careful that foreign objects (screws, solder
droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.
K. Crimp type wire connector
The power transformer uses crimp type connectors
which connect the power cord and the primary side
of the transformer. When replacing the transformer,
follow these steps carefully and precisely to prevent shock hazards.
Replacement procedure
1)Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at a
point close to the connector.
Important: Do not re-use a connector. (Discard it.)
2)Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the ends
of the wires. If the wires are stranded, twist the
strands to avoid frayed conductors.
3)Align the lengths of the wires to be connected.
Insert the wires fully into the connector.
4)Use a crimping tool to crimp the metal sleeve at its
center. Be sure to crimp fully to the complete closure of the tool.
L. When connecting or disconnecting the internal connectors, first, disconnect the AC plug from the AC
outlet.
1-2-3 Safety Check after Servicing
Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for
damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts,
and wires have been returned to their original positions. Afterwards, do the following tests and confirm
the specified values to verify compliance with safety
standards.
Chassis or Secondary Conductor
Primary Circuit Terminals
d'
1. Clearance Distance
d
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm
specified clearance distance (d) and (d’) between soldered terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. (See Fig. 1-2-1)
Table 1-2-1 : Ratings for selected area
AC Line Voltage
Clearance Distance (d) (d’)
230 V
≥ 3 mm(d)
≥ 6 mm(d’)
Fig. 1-2-1
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only.
Be sure to confirm the precise values.
Exposed Accessible Part
2. Leakage Current Test
Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current
between B (earth ground, power cord plug prongs)
and externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and
output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks,
etc.) is lower than or equal to the specified value in the
table below.
Measuring Method (Power ON) :
Insert load Z between B (earth ground, power cord
plug prongs) and exposed accessible parts. Use an
AC voltmeter to measure across the terminals of load
Z. See Fig. 1-2-2 and the following table.
AC Voltmeter
(High Impedance)
Z
B
One side of
Power Cord Plug Prongs
Fig. 1-2-2
Table 1-2-2: Leakage current ratings for selected areas
AC Line Voltage
230 V
Load Z
Leakage Current (i)
One side of power cord plug
prongs (B) to:
2kΩ RES.
Connected in parallel
i≤0.7mA AC Peak
i≤2mA DC
RF or
Antenna terminals
50kΩ RES.
Connected in parallel
i≤0.7mA AC Peak
i≤2mA DC
A/V Input, Output
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.
1-3
1-3 STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING
1-3-1 Circuit Board Indications
1. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is indicated as shown.
Top View
Out
Bottom View
In
Input
1-3-3 How to Remove / Install Flat
Pack-IC
1. Removal
With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine:.
(1) Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering
machine, then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC
(about 5 to 6 seconds). (Fig. 1-3-1)
2. For other ICs, pin 1 and every fifth pin are indicated
as shown.
5
Pin 1
Fig. 1-3-1
10
3. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as
shown.
(2) Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while applying the hot air.
(3) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. 1-3-6)
Pin 1
(4) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers. (Fig. 1-3-6)
1-3-2 Instructions for Connectors
Caution:
1. When you connect or disconnect the FFC (Flexible
Foil Connector) cable, be sure to first disconnect
the AC cord.
1. Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the
flat pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage to
the chip parts may occur. Put masking tape around
the flat pack-IC to protect other parts from damage.
(Fig. 1-3-2)
2. FFC (Flexible Foil Connector) cable should be
inserted parallel into the connector, not at an angle.
FFC Cable
2. The flat pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue, so
be careful not to break or damage the foil of each
pin or the solder lands under the IC when removing
it.
Hot-air
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering
Machine
Connector
CBA
CBA
* Be careful to avoid a short circuit.
Masking
Tape
Tweezers
1-4
Flat Pack-IC
Fig. 1-3-2
With Soldering Iron:
(1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux
which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you
can remove it easily. (Fig. 1-3-3)
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering Braid
(4) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. 1-3-6)
(5) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers. (Fig. 1-3-6)
Note:
When using a soldering iron, care must be taken
to ensure that the flat pack-IC is not being held by
glue. When the flat pack-IC is removed from the
CBA, handle it gently because it may be damaged
if force is applied.
Hot Air Blower
Soldering Iron
Fig. 1-3-3
(2) Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by
one, using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will
not adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use
a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering
machine. (Fig. 1-3-4)
or
Iron Wire
Soldering Iron
To Solid
Mounting Point
Fig. 1-3-5
Sharp
Pin
Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
CBA
Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
Fig. 1-3-4
(3) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. 1-3-6)
(4) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers. (Fig. 1-3-6)
With Iron Wire:
(1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux
which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you
can remove it easily. (Fig. 1-3-3)
Flat Pack-IC
Tweezers
Fig. 1-3-6
(2) Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting
point, as shown in Fig. 1-3-5.
(3) While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering
iron or hot air blower, pull up the wire as the solder
melts so as to lift the IC leads from the CBA contact
pads as shown in Fig. 1-3-5.
1-5
2. Installation
(1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
the foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the CBA
so you can install a replacement flat pack-IC more
easily.
(2) The “I” mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1.
(See Fig. 1-3-7.) Be sure this mark matches the 1
on the PCB when positioning for installation. Then
presolder the four corners of the flat pack-IC. (See
Fig. 1-3-8.)
(3) Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC. Be sure that none
of the pins have solder bridges.
1-3-4 Instructions for Handling
Semi-conductors
Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may
occur due to a potential difference caused by electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.
1. Ground for Human Body
Be sure to wear a grounding band (1MΩ) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may
be charged on the body.
2. Ground for Workbench
(1) Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate
with proper grounding (1MΩ) on the workbench or
other surface, where the semi-conductors are to be
placed. Because the static electricity charge on
clothing will not escape through the body grounding band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing.
Example :
< Incorrect >
Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC
is indicated by a " " mark.
Fig. 1-3-7
Presolder
CBA
Flat Pack-IC
CBA
Fig. 1-3-8
< Correct >
Grounding Band
1MΩ
CBA
1MΩ
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate
1-6
2
GENERAL INFORMATION
2-1 SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
TV system
Video head
Recording system
Audio track
Tape
Tape speed
Maximum record and
playback time
Receiving channel
Video section
Reception system
RF converter
Converter output
Timer display
Video output impedance
Video output level
Audio output level
Video input level
Audio input level
Video S/N ratio
Audio S/N ratio
Hi-fi audio
Disc used
Audio frequency characteristic
DVD section
Terminal
Others
Signal/Noise (S/N) ratio
Dynamic range
Total distortion ratio
Antenna input
Antenna output
Video input
Video output
Audio input
Audio output
S Video output
Optical digital audio output
Coaxial digital audio output
Power supply
Power consumption
Retention at power failure
Temperature range for operation
Dimensions
Weight
DESCRIPTION
PAL
Rotating 4 heads
Rotating 2 head helical scan brightness signal FM method
VHS standard for methods to directly record color signal low frequency conversions
Hi-Fi audio track: 2 channel
Normal audio track: 1 channel
VHS-type videocassette
{SP}: 23.39 mm/s {LP}: 11.70 mm/s
{SP}: 4 hours (with E-240 used)
{LP}: 8 hours (with E-240 used)
DV-PF3E
DV-PF3E(UK)
CH Indication
TV Channel
CH Indication
TV Channel
02-12
E2-E12
01-10
TRA-IRJ, GAP
13-20
A-H (only ITALY)
21-69
E21-E69
21-69
E21-E69
74-78
X.Y.Z.Z+1.Z+2
74-78
X.Y.Z.Z+1.Z+2
88-99, 100
S1-S20, GAP
80-99, 100
S1-S20, GAP
121-141
S21-S41
121-141
S21-S41
Up-heterodyne
RF CONVERTER
UHF 22 - 69 ch [G: 36 ch (DV-PF3E), I: 35 ch (DV-PF3E(UK))]
24-hour system
75 Ω
1.0 V P-P
-6 dB 1 kΩ unbalance (high impedance)
0.5-2.0 V P-P
-10 dBV
40 dB or more
36 dB or more
Frequency characteristic: 20-20,000 Hz
Dynamic range: 70 dB or more
DVD video disc, Music CD disc
DVD (linear audio)
20 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz sampling frequency)
20 Hz - 44 kHz (96 kHz sampling frequency)
Music CD
20 Hz - 20 kHz (JEITA)
CD: 70 dB (JEITA)
DVD (linear audio): 70 dB, CD: 70 dB (JEITA)
DVD: 0.1%, CD: 0.1%
DIN (input) terminal
DIN (output) terminal
SCART JACK (AV 1, 2) FRONT PIN JACK
SCART JACK (AV 1, 2)
SCART JACK (AV 1, 2) FRONT PIN JACK
SCART JACK (AV 1, 2) PIN JACK (REAR)
MINI DIN 4PIN JACK (75 Ω)
Optical connector
PIN JACK
AC 220-240 V - +/-10%, 50 Hz+/-0.5%
30 W (Standby: 9.0 W)
30 s
5 °C - 40 °C
435(W) mm x 99(H) mm x 218(D) mm
3.8 kg
2-1
2-2 COMPARISON OF MODELS
2-2-1 General
: The halftone parts are the differences from the previous model.
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
APPEARANCE
ITEM
DV-PF3E/PF3E(UK)
DV-PF2E/PF2E(UK)
435(W) x 99(H) x 218(D)mm
435(W) x 99(H) x 266(D)mm
3.8kg
4.0kg
30W (standby: 9.0W)
30W (standby: 5.7W)
Silver
Silver
Silver/Silver
Silver/Silver
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DV-RMPF3E (DV-PF3E)
DV-RMPF3E(UK) (DV-PF3E(UK))
DV-RMPF2E (DV-PF2E)
DV-RMPF2E(UK) (DV-PF2E(UK))
Jog Shuttle on Remote
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TV Control
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Dimensional
Weight
Power Consumption
Tray Panel
Color Front/BUtton
Hot Stamp
Remote Controller Model Name
2-2-2 VCR Section
INPUT/
OUTPUT
VIDEO
: The halftone parts are the differences from the previous model.
ITEM
DV-PF3E/PF3E(UK)
Video Format
Y/C Separation
YNR (Luminance Noise Reduction)
Circuit
New Synchronize Circuit
Picture Control
Video/Audio Input (Rear)
Video/Audio Input (Front)
Video/Audio Output (Rear)
OTHER
OSD languages (VCR)
Stereo CM Skip Feature
Auto Clock Feature
Number of Timer Programming
Self Diagnosis Function
Back-up Time
SQPB
Surge Absorber
Auto Power Off Feature
Local Broadcast Setting
Multi Search Feature
MECHANISM
Search Speed
2-2
FF/REW Time (E-180 Tape)
Head Composition
Head Material
DV-PF2E/PF2E(UK)
VHS
Comb Filter
VHS
Comb Filter
O
O
--O
2/2 (AV1/AV2)
1/1 (AV3)
--O
2/2 (AV1/AV2)
1/1 (AV3)
2/2 (AV1/AV2)
2/2 (AV1/AV2)
7 (English, French, Spanish, Italian,
German, Dutch, Swedish) [DV-PF3E]
1 (English) [DV-PF3E(UK)]
--O
8 Program/year
O (4 Modes)
30 s
----O
O
O (Index, Time Search, Quick Find)
SP: X5/X7
LP: X5/X11
FF: approx. 100 s, REW: approx. 100 s
DA4+Hi-Fi
SP: 2[49/49 µm]
LP: 2[25/25 µm]
Hi-Fi Audio: 2[28/28 µm]
SP: Ferrite
LP: Ferrite
Hi-Fi Audio: Ferrite
7 (English, French, Spanish, Italian,
German, Dutch, Swedish) [DV-PF2E]
1 (English) [DV-PF2E(UK)]
--O
8 Program/year
--60 s
----O
O
O (Index, Time Search, Quick Find)
SP: X5/X7
LP: X5/X11
FF: approx. 100 s, REW: approx. 100 s
DA4+Hi-Fi
SP: 2[49/49 µm]
LP: 2[25/25 µm]
Hi-Fi Audio: 2[28/28 µm]
SP: Ferrite
LP: Ferrite
Hi-Fi Audio: Ferrite
2-2-3 DVD Section
: The halftone parts are the differences from the previous model.
ITEM
Drive Speed
Laser
GENERAL
DVD/VCD/SVCD/CD-DA
CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R (Video Format)
DVD-RAM (VR Format)
MP3
OSD languages (DVD)
Jog Shuttle on Front
Headphone Jack / Volume
VIDEO
PAL Disc NTSC Out
2
2
O / --- / --- / O
O / --- / --- / O
O/O/O
O/O/O
---
---
O
O
7 (English, French, Spanish, Italian,
German, Dutch, Swedish)
7 (English, French, Spanish, Italian,
German, Dutch, Swedish)
---
---
---/---
---/---
---
----- / O / O
S-Video / Component / Composite
O / --- / O
O / --- / O
10bit
10bit
Video D/A Converter
Black Level Select
---
O
Picture Control
---
---
Digital Audio Out Optical / Coaxial
AUDIO
1x
--- / O / O
Audio D/A Converter
---
---
192kHz / 24bit
192kHz / 24bit
O/O
O/O
Dolby Digital 5.1 ch Decode
---
---
DTS Digital Out
O
O
Virtual Surround
O
O
Dynamic Range Compression (Dolby
Digital)
O
O
DVD Audio
---
---
Power on sound
---
---
2 to 100 (FORWARD/REWIND)
(DVD: 2, 8, 50, 100/CD: 16)
1/16, 1/8, 1/2 (FORWARD/REWIND)
2 to 60 (FORWARD/REWIND)
(DVD: 2, 8, 30, 60/CD: 16)
1/16, 1/8, 1/2 (FORWARD only)
Search Speed
TRICK PLAY
DV-PF2E/PF2E(UK)
1x
Video Out Mode NTSC/PAL/PAL60
Progressive Out
Slow Speed
IP Search (Smooth 2x Play)
O
O
2x Play with Audio
---
---
Step Forward / Reverse
Still Picture Select (Frame/Field)
Disc Navigation
O / ---
O / ---
Auto Only
Auto Only
O
---
O/O
O/O
Program and Random Play of DVD
O
O
A-B Repeat
O
O
Repeat
O
O
Last Play
---
O
Front Panel Display Dimmer
---
O
DVD Zoom x2 / x4
FEATURES
DV-PF3E/PF3E(UK)
Screen Saver
O
O
Auto Power Off
O
O
2-3
2-3 OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
[ DV-PF3E ]
OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
FRONT PANEL
1
2
4 5
3
PROGRAM
DVD OUTPUT VCR
TIMER
AV 3
REC
VIDEO IN
21
19
20
REMOTE CONTROL
22
SEARCH MODE/ OPEN/CLOSE
SURROUND QUICK-FIND EJECT
23
54
53
A-B REPEAT
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
52
REPEAT
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
MODE
9
ZOOM CLEAR/C.RESET
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
TIMER
MENU
DAILY/WEEKLY
0
+10
AUDIO
DISPLAY
50
TOP MENU/SHOWVIEW
49
ENTER
RETURN
SETUP
DVD
DISC
NAVIGATION
SLOW
SPEED
VCR
REC
37
SKIP
38
39
40
51
INDEX SEARCH TIME SEARCH
48
47
46
45
PROG
44
43
42
41
1. Disc loading tray
2. OPEN/CLOSE Button(DVD)
Press to insert discs into or remove them from the tray.
3. CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
4. POWER Light
Lights up when the power is on.
5. POWER/STANDBY Button
Press to turn the power on and off.
(As to the indication of the Operate switch, “ I ” indicates ON and “y” indicates electrical power STANDBY.)
6. PROGRAM (o/p) Buttons
In VCR mode, press to change TV programmes on the
VCR; press to adjust the tracking during normal or slow
motion playback; press to remove vertical jitter in a
Still picture.
7. PLAY Button(VCR)
Press to begin playback.
8. STOP/EJECT Button (VCR)
EJECT Button
Press to remove the tape from the VCR.
STOP Button
Press to stop the tape motion.
9. AUDIO In Jacks
Connect audio cables coming from the audio out jacks
of a camcorder, another VCR, or an audio source here.
10. VIDEO In Jack
Connect a video cable coming from the video out jack
of a camcorder, another VCR, or a video source (laser
disc player, camcorder, etc.) here.
2-4
L (mono) AUDIO IN R
17 15 13 11
9
18 16 14 12 10
7
8
6
11. F.FWD Button (VCR)
Press to rapidly advance the tape, or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback. (Forward Search).
12. REW Button (VCR)
Press to rewind the tape, or to view the picture rapidly
in reverse during the playback mode (Rewind Search).
13. REC Button (VCR)
Press once to start a recording. Press repeatedly to start
a One Touch Recording.
14. REC Light
Lights up during recording.
15. TIMER Light
This light glows when the DVD/VCR is in standby
mode for a timer recording or during a One Touch
Recording. It flashes if TIMER is pressed for a timer
recording, but there is no tape in the DVD/VCR. It
flashes when all timer recordings or One Touch
Recording are finished.
16 VCR OUTPUT Light (Green)
This light appears when the VCR output mode is
selected. You can only watch tapes when the green
VCR OUTPUT light is on. To make the green VCR
OUTPUT light come on, VCR on the remote control or
OUTPUT on the front panel.
17. OUTPUT Button
Press to select DVD mode or VCR mode.
● You can switch the output mode either by pressing
OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD
or VCR on the remote control.
18. DVD OUTPUT Light (Green)
This light appears when the DVD output mode is
selected. You can only watch DVDs when the green
DVD OUTPUT Light is on. To make the green DVD
OUTPUT light come on, press DVD on the remote control or OUTPUT on the front panel.
19. Display, Remote Sensor Window
20. PLAY Button (DVD)
Press to begin playback.
21. STOP Button (DVD)
Stops operation of the disc.
22. SURROUND Button
Press to activate the virtual surround.
23. y/I(POWER/STANDBY) Button
Press to turn the power on and off.
(As to the indication of the Operate switch, “ I ” shows
y/I” shows electrical power stand-by.)
ON and “y
24. A-B REPEAT Button
Repeats playback of a selected section.
25. REPEAT Button
Repeats playback of the current disc, title, chapter or
track.
26. MODE Button
Activates programme playback or random playback
mode when playing CDs or MP3. Sets virtual surround.
27. ZOOM Button
Enlarges part of a DVD-reproduced image.
28. CLEAR/C.RESET Button
● DVD mode
Press to reset the setting.
● VCR mode
Press to reset the counter.
29. ANGLE Button
Press to change the camera angle to see the sequence
being played back from a different angle.
30. SUBTITLE Button
Press to select the desired subtitle language.
30. TIMER Button
Press to put the VCR into standby mode for a timer
recording.
31. MENU Button
● DVD mode
Press to display the menu of the Disc.
● VCR mode
Press to access the VCR menu.
32. Arrow Buttons
● DVD mode
32. p / o / B / s Buttons
Move the cursor and determines its position.
● VCR mode
32. p / o Buttons
Press to enter digits when setting programme (For
example: setting clock or timer programme). Press to
select the setting modes from the on screen menu.
B Button
When setting programme (For example: setting clock
or timer programme), press to determine your selection
and proceed to the next step you want to input. Press to
determine the setting modes from the on screen menu.
s Button
Press to cancel a setting of timer programme. Press to
correct digits when setting programme (For example:
setting clock or timer programme).
33. ENTER Button (DVD)
Press to accept a setting.
34. RETURN Button (DVD)
Returns to the previous operation.
35. DISC NAVIGATION Button
Press to display the first scenes of each chapter of the
title being played.
36. DVD Button
Press to select DVD mode for the remote control.
● You can switch the OUTPUT mode either by pressing OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD
or VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD
or VCR on the remote control.
37. SLOW Button
During tape playback, press to view the video tape in
slow motion. Press again to resume normal playback.
This button does not affect DVD playback.
38. SKIP ( H G )Buttons
● DVD mode
Press to skip Chapters or Tracks.
● INDEX SEARCH Button (VCR)
Press to perform Index Search.
● TIME SEARCH Button (VCR)
Press to perform Time Search.
39. STOP ( C ) Button
● DVD mode
Press to stop the disc motion.
● VCR mode
Press to stop the tape motion.
40. h Button
● DVD mode
Press to view the DVD picture in fast reverse motion
or to reverse playback of an Audio CD.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
● VCR mode
Press to rewind the tape, or to view the picture rapidly in reverse during the playback mode (Rewind
Search).
PAUSE/STEP (k) Button
● DVD mode
Press to pause Disc playback. Press repeatedly to
advance the DVD picture step by step (or one frame
at a time).
● VCR mode
While recording, press to temporarily stop the
recording (pause). Press a second time to resume normal recording. You can not pause a One Touch
Recording. Or, press during tape playback to freeze
the picture. Press to advance the picture one frame at
a time during still mode.
D Button
● DVD mode
Press to fast forward the Disc. Press PAUSE/STEP,
then press this button to begin slow motion playback.
Press this button repeatedly to change the forward
speed of slow motion.
● VCR mode
Press to rapidly advance the tape, or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback (Forward
Search).
PLAY (B) Button
● DVD mode
Press to begin playback.
● VCR mode
Press to begin playback.
PROG (o/p) Button
Press to change TV channels on the DVD/VCR.
Press to adjust the tracking during normal or slow
motion playback; press to remove vertical jitter in a still
picture.
REC Button (VCR)
Press once to start a recording.
SPEED Button
Press to select the VCR’s recording speed (SP or LP)
VCR Button
Press to select VCR mode for the remote control.
● You can switch the OUTPUT mode either by pressing OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD
or VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD
or VCR on the remote control.
SETUP Button
Press to enter the setup mode.
TOP MENU Button (DVD)
Press to bring up the Top Menu on a disc.
SHOWVIEW Button (VCR)
Press to programme timer recording with the
SHOWVIEW system.
50. DISPLAY Button
● DVD mode
Press to access or remove the display screen during
DVD or Audio CD playback.
● VCR mode
Press to access or remove the VCR’s On screen status display.
51. AUDIO Button
● DVD mode
Press to select a desired audio language or sound
mode.
● VCR mode
Press to select a desired sound mode.
52. Number Buttons
● DVD mode
Press to directly select a Track (Audio CD) for playback.
2-5
+10 Button:
When searching a TITLE, a CHAPTER, or a
TRACK, use this button to enter numbers 10 and
above. For example when entering ‘15’, press this
button first ,then ‘5’.
● VCR mode
Press to select TV channels on the VCR.
To select channels, enter channel numbers as a twodigit number for the quickest results. For example, to
select channel 6, press 0 then 6.
DAILY/WEEKLY/Button :
Press to select once, daily, everyday, or weekly
when you programme the automatic timer recording using the SHOWVIEW system.
53. OPEN/CLOSE Button (DVD)
Press to open or close the disc loading tray.
57. EJECT Button (VCR)
Press to eject the video cassette from the VCR.
54. SEARCH MODE/QUICK-FIND Button
● DVD mode
Press to access or remove the Search display,
which allows you to go directly to a specific
Title/Chapter/Track/Time.
● VCR mode
Press to use Quick-Find mode.
Caution: Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the
rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent
damage to the DVD/VCR.
9
REAR VIEW
AERIAL
AV2 (DECODER)
VCR
RF OUT
DVD/VCR
AV1 (TV)
1
DVD
S-VIDEO ANALOG
OUT
AUDIO OUT
L
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL OPTICAL
R
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2-6
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AERIAL Jack
Connect your antenna, Cable Box, or Direct
Broadcast System.
RF OUT Jack
Use the supplied aerial cable to connect this jack
to the ANTENNA IN Jack on your TV.
AV2 (DECODER) Socket
Connect 21-Pin scart cable here and to the 21-Pin
scart jack of a decoder.
AV1 (TV) Socket
Connect 21-Pin scart cable here and to the 21-Pin
scart jack of a TV.
S-VIDEO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional S-Video cable here and to
the S-Video In jack of a television.
ANALOG AUDIO OUT Jacks (DVD only)
Connect the supplied audio cables here and to the
Audio In jacks of a television or other audio
equipment.
5
6 7 8
DIGITAL COAXIAL AUDIO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional coaxial digital audio cable
here and to the Coaxial Digital Audio In jack of a
decoder or audio receiver.
8. DIGITAL OPTICAL AUDIO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional optical digital audio cable
here and to the Optical Digital Audio In jack of a
decoder or audio receiver.
9. AC POWER CORD
Connect to a standard AC outlet to supply power
to the DVD/VCR.
7.
[ DV-PF3E(UK) ]
OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
FRONT PANEL
1
2
4 5
3
PROGRAM
DVD OUTPUT VCR
TIMER
AV 3
REC
VIDEO IN
21
19
20
REMOTE CONTROL
22
SEARCH MODE/ OPEN/CLOSE
SURROUND QUICK-FIND EJECT
23
54
53
A-B REPEAT
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
52
REPEAT
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
MODE
9
ZOOM CLEAR/C.RESET
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
TIMER
MENU
DAILY/WEEKLY
0
+10
AUDIO
DISPLAY
50
TOP MENU/VIDEO Plus+
49
ENTER
RETURN
SETUP
DVD
DISC
NAVIGATION
SLOW
SPEED
VCR
REC
37
SKIP
38
39
40
51
INDEX SEARCH TIME SEARCH
48
47
46
45
PROG
44
43
42
41
1. Disc loading tray
2. OPEN/CLOSE Button(DVD)
Press to insert discs into or remove them from the tray.
3. CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
4. POWER Light
Lights up when the power is on.
5. POWER/STANDBY Button
Press to turn the power on and off.
(As to the indication of the Operate switch, “ I ” indicates ON and “y” indicates electrical power STANDBY.)
6. PROGRAM (o/p) Buttons
In VCR mode, press to change TV programmes on the
VCR; press to adjust the tracking during normal or slow
motion playback; press to remove vertical jitter in a Still
picture.
7. PLAY Button(VCR)
Press to begin playback.
8. STOP/EJECT Button (VCR)
EJECT Button
Press to remove the tape from the VCR.
STOP Button
Press to stop the tape motion.
9. AUDIO In Jacks
Connect audio cables coming from the audio out jacks of
a camcorder, another VCR, or an audio source here.
10. VIDEO In Jack
Connect a video cable coming from the video out jack of
a camcorder, another VCR, or a video source (laser disc
player, camcorder, etc.) here.
L (mono) AUDIO IN R
17 15 13 11
9
18 16 14 12 10
7
8
6
11. F.FWD Button (VCR)
Press to rapidly advance the tape, or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback. (Forward Search).
12. REW Button (VCR)
Press to rewind the tape, or to view the picture rapidly in
reverse during the playback mode (Rewind Search).
13. REC Button (VCR)
Press once to start a recording. Press repeatedly to start a
One Touch Recording.
14. REC Light
Lights up during recording.
15. TIMER Light
This light glows when the DVD/VCR is in standby mode
for a timer recording or during a One Touch Recording. It
flashes if TIMER is pressed for a timer recording, but
there is no tape in the DVD/VCR. It flashes when all timer
recordings or One Touch Recording are finished.
16 VCR OUTPUT Light (Green)
This light appears when the VCR output mode is selected.
You can only watch tapes when the green VCR OUTPUT
light is on. To make the green VCR OUTPUT light come
on, VCR on the remote control or OUTPUT on the front
panel.
17. OUTPUT Button
Press to select DVD mode or VCR mode.
● You can switch the output mode either by pressing
OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control.
18. DVD OUTPUT Light (Green)
This light appears when the DVD output mode is selected.
You can only watch DVDs when the green DVD OUTPUT Light is on. To make the green DVD OUTPUT light
come on, press DVD on the remote control or OUTPUT
on the front panel.
19. Display, Remote Sensor Window
20. PLAY Button (DVD)
Press to begin playback.
21. STOP Button (DVD)
Stops operation of the disc.
22. SURROUND Button
Press to activate the virtual surround.
23. y/I(POWER/STANDBY) Button
Press to turn the power on and off.
(As to the indication of the Operate switch, “ I ” shows
y/I” shows electrical power stand-by.)
ON and “y
24. A-B REPEAT Button
Repeats playback of a selected section.
25. REPEAT Button
Repeats playback of the current disc, title, chapter or track.
26. MODE Button
Activates programme playback or random playback mode
when playing CDs or MP3. Sets virtual surround.
27. ZOOM Button
Enlarges part of a DVD-reproduced image.
2-7
28. CLEAR/C.RESET Button
● DVD mode
Press to reset the setting.
● VCR mode
Press to reset the counter.
29. ANGLE Button
Press to change the camera angle to see the sequence being
played back from a different angle.
30. SUBTITLE Button
Press to select the desired subtitle language.
30. TIMER Button
Press to put the VCR into standby mode for a timer recording.
31. MENU Button
● DVD mode
Press to display the menu of the Disc.
● VCR mode
Press to access the VCR menu.
32. Arrow Buttons
● DVD mode
32. p / o / B / s Buttons
Move the cursor and determines its position.
● VCR mode
32. p / o Buttons
Press to enter digits when setting programme (For example: setting clock or timer programme). Press to select the
setting modes from the on screen menu.
B Button
When setting programme (For example: setting clock or
timer programme), press to determine your selection and
proceed to the next step you want to input. Press to determine the setting modes from the on screen menu.
s Button
Press to cancel a setting of timer programme. Press to correct digits when setting programme (For example: setting
clock or timer programme).
33. ENTER Button (DVD)
Press to accept a setting.
34. RETURN Button (DVD)
Returns to the previous operation.
35. DISC NAVIGATION Button
Press to display the first scenes of each chapter of the title
being played.
36. DVD Button
Press to select DVD mode for the remote control.
● You can switch the OUTPUT mode either by pressing
OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control.
37. SLOW Button
During tape playback, press to view the video tape in slow
motion. Press again to resume normal playback. This button does not affect DVD playback.
38. SKIP ( H G )Buttons
● DVD mode
Press to skip Chapters or Tracks.
● INDEX SEARCH Button (VCR)
Press to perform Index Search.
● TIME SEARCH Button (VCR)
Press to perform Time Search.
39. STOP ( C ) Button
● DVD mode
Press to stop the disc motion.
● VCR mode
Press to stop the tape motion.
40. h Button
● DVD mode
Press to view the DVD picture in fast reverse motion or
to reverse playback of an Audio CD.
2-8
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
● VCR mode
Press to rewind the tape, or to view the picture rapidly
in reverse during the playback mode (Rewind Search).
PAUSE/STEP (k) Button
● DVD mode
Press to pause Disc playback. Press repeatedly to
advance the DVD picture step by step (or one frame at
a time).
● VCR mode
While recording, press to temporarily stop the recording
(pause). Press a second time to resume normal recording.
You can not pause a One Touch Recording. Or, press during tape playback to freeze the picture. Press to advance
the picture one frame at a time during still mode.
D Button
● DVD mode
Press to fast forward the Disc. Press PAUSE/STEP, then
press this button to begin slow motion playback. Press
this button repeatedly to change the forward speed of
slow motion.
● VCR mode
Press to rapidly advance the tape, or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback (Forward Search).
PLAY (B) Button
● DVD mode
Press to begin playback.
● VCR mode
Press to begin playback.
PROG (o/p) Button
Press to change TV channels on the DVD/VCR.
Press to adjust the tracking during normal or slow motion
playback; press to remove vertical jitter in a still picture.
REC Button (VCR)
Press once to start a recording.
SPEED Button
Press to select the VCR’s recording speed (SP or LP)
VCR Button
Press to select VCR mode for the remote control.
● You can switch the OUTPUT mode either by pressing
OUTPUT on the front panel, or by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control. However, if you press
OUTPUT on the front panel first, you need to reselect the corresponding mode by pressing DVD or
VCR on the remote control.
SETUP Button
Press to enter the setup mode.
TOP MENU Button (DVD)
Press to bring up the Top Menu on a disc.
VIDEO Plus+ Button (VCR)
Press to programme timer recording with the
VIDEO Plus+ system.
50. DISPLAY Button
● DVD mode
Press to access or remove the display screen during
DVD or Audio CD playback.
● VCR mode
Press to access or remove the VCR’s On screen status
display.
51. AUDIO Button
● DVD mode
Press to select a desired audio language or sound mode.
● VCR mode
Press to select a desired sound mode.
52. Number Buttons
● DVD mode
Press to directly select a Track (Audio CD) for playback.
+10 Button:
When searching a TITLE, a CHAPTER, or a TRACK,
use this button to enter numbers 10 and above. For example when entering ‘15’, press this button first ,then ‘5’.
● VCR mode
Press to select TV channels on the VCR.
To select channels, enter channel numbers as a two-digit
number for the quickest results. For example, to select
channel 6, press 0 then 6.
DAILY/WEEKLY/Button :
Press to select once, daily, everyday, or weekly
when you programme the automatic timer recording using the VIDEO Plus+ system.
53. OPEN/CLOSE Button (DVD)
Press to open or close the disc loading tray.
57. EJECT Button (VCR)
Press to eject the video cassette from the VCR.
54. SEARCH MODE/QUICK-FIND Button
● DVD mode
Press to access or remove the Search display,
which allows you to go directly to a specific
Title/Chapter/Track/Time.
● VCR mode
Press to use Quick-Find mode.
Caution: Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear
panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the DVD/VCR.
9
REAR VIEW
AERIAL
AV2 (DECODER)
VCR
RF OUT
DVD/VCR
AV1 (TV)
1
DVD
S-VIDEO ANALOG
OUT
AUDIO OUT
L
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL OPTICAL
R
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
43
AERIAL Jack
Connect your antenna, Cable Box, or Direct
Broadcast System.
RF OUT Jack
Use the supplied aerial cable to connect this jack
to the ANTENNA IN Jack on your TV.
AV2 (DECODER) Socket
Connect 21-Pin scart cable here and to the 21-Pin
scart jack of a decoder.
AV1 (TV) Socket
Connect 21-Pin scart cable here and to the 21-Pin
scart jack of a TV.
S-VIDEO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional S-Video cable here and to
the S-Video In jack of a television.
ANALOG AUDIO OUT Jacks (DVD only)
Connect the supplied audio cables here and to the
Audio In jacks of a television or other audio
equipment.
5
6 7 8
DIGITAL COAXIAL AUDIO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional coaxial digital audio cable
here and to the Coaxial Digital Audio In jack of a
decoder or audio receiver.
8. DIGITAL OPTICAL AUDIO OUT Jack (DVD only)
Connect an optional optical digital audio cable
here and to the Optical Digital Audio In jack of a
decoder or audio receiver.
9. AC POWER CORD
Connect to a standard AC outlet to supply power
to the DVD/VCR.
7.
2-9
3
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
3-1 TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting is how to service for the specifying malfunction or poor parts.
Detect malfunction or poor parts and service as the following charts.
3-1-1 Power Supply Section
FLOW CHART NO.1
The power cannot be turned on.
No
Is the fuse normal?
See FLOW CHART No.2 <The fuse blows out.>
Yes
No
Is normal state restored when once unplugged
power cord is plugged again after several seconds.
Yes
No
Is the AL+5V line voltage normal?
Yes
Check each rectifying circuit of secondary circuit
and service it if defective.
Check for lead or shor-circuiting of primary
circuit component and service it if defective.
(Q1001,Q1003,T001,D1001,D1002,D1003,
D1004,D1011,C1003,C1005)
FLOW CHART NO.2
The fuse blows out.
Check the presence that the primary component
is leaking or shorted and service it if defective.
Check the presence that the rectifying diode or circuit
is shorted in each rectifying circuit of secondary side
and service it if defective.
After servicing, replace the fuse.
FLOW CHART NO.3
When the output voltage fluctuates.
Does the secondary side photo coupler circuit
operate normally?
Yes
Check the circuit and service it if defective.
(IC1001, D1012, D1024)
No
Check the circuit and service it if defective.
(IC1001, Q1009, D017)
FLOW CHART NO.4
When buzz sound can be heard in the vicinity of power circuit.
Check if there is short circuit on the rectifying diode and the circuit in each rectifying circuit of secondary side and
service it if defective. (D013,D014,D016,D018,D019,D1008,D1016,D1030,IC1051,IC1052,Q051,Q053,Q055,Q056,Q058,
Q1052,Q1053,Q1055)
FLOW CHART NO.5
-FL is not outputted.
Is the supply voltage of -30V fed to the anode of
D018?
No
Check D018 and their periphery, and service it if
defective.
Yes
Check for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and
service it if defective.
3-1
FLOW CHART NO.6
P-ON+5V is not outputted.
Is 5V voltage supplied to the collector of Q056?
Yes
Is the "H" pulse inputted into the base of Q056?
Yes
Replace Q056.
No
No
Check D016, D017, C017, C018, and their
periphery, and service it if defective.
Check Q056, R058, R059, R060 and their
periphery, and service it if defective.
FLOW CHART NO.7
EV+3.3V is not outputted.
Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(1) of IC1052?
Yes
Replace IC1004.
No
Check D1008, C1007, C1108 and their periphery,
and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.8
P-ON+12V is not outputted.
Is 12V voltage supplied to the emitter of Q1053?
Yes
Is the "L" pulse (approximately 0V) outputted to
the collector of Q1054?
Yes
Replace Q1053.
No
No
Check D014, C014, C1105 and their periphery,
and service it if detective.
Check Q1054 and PWRCON line, and service it if
detective.
FLOW CHART NO.9
P-ON+3.3V is not outputted. (EV+3.3V is outputted normally.)
Is the "H" pulse (approximately 5V) inputted into
the base of Q1052?
No
See FLOW CHART NO.8. <P-ON+12V is not
outputted. >
Yes
Replace Q1052.
FLOW CHART NO.10
EV 1.5V is not outputted.
Is approximately 2.35V voltage supplied to Pin(1)
of IC1051?
Yes
Replace IC1051.
3-2
No
Check D1030,C1035,C1107, and their periphery,
and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.11
The fluorescent display tube does not light up.
Is 3.3V voltage supplied to Pin(6, 24) of IC612?
Yes
Is approximately -24V to -28V voltage supplied to
Pin(15) of IC612?
Yes
Is there approximately 500kHz oscillation to
Pin(26) of IC612?
Yes
Are the filament voltage applied between (1, 2)
and (34, 35) of the fluorescent display tube?
Also negative voltage applied between these pins
and GND?
No
Check the EV+3.3V line and service it if detective.
No
No
No
Check the -FL (-28V) line and service it if
detective.
Check R2060, IC612 and their periphery, and
service it if detective.
Check the power circuit, D1016, D1017,
R1040, C1018 and their periphery, and
service it if detective.
Yes
Replace the fluorescent display tube (IC611).
3-3
3-1-2 DVD Section
FLOW CHART NO.1
The key operation is not functioning.
Are the contact point and the installation state of
the key switches (SW2020-2022) normal?
Yes
When pressing each key switches (SW2020,
SW2021, SW2022), do the voltage of each pin
of CN2014 (shown below) change to "L" (0V) from
"H" (3.3V)?
SW2020 → CN2014 4PIN
SW2021 → CN2014 2PIN
SW2022 → CN2014 1PIN
No
Re-install the key switches (SW2020, SW2021,
SW2022) correctly or replace the poor switch.
No
Check the key switches (SW2020, SW2021,
SW2022) and their periphery, and service it if
detective.
Yes
Replace DVD Main CBA.
FLOW CHART NO.2
No DVD operation is possible from the remote control unit. (Operation is possible from the unit.)
No
Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(3) terminal of the
RM2001 (remote control receiver)?
Yes
No
Is the "L" pulse sent out from Pin(1) terminal of the
RM2001 (remote control receiver) when the remote
control unit is activated?
Yes
No
Is the "L" pulse signal supplied to Pin(22) of
CN1051?
Yes
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
Check AL+5V line, and service it if detective.
Replace the RM2001 (remote control receiver).
Replace remote control unit if needed.
Check the line between the RM2001 (remote
control receiver) and Pin(22) of CN1051, and
service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.3
The disc tray cannot be opened and closed. (It can be done using the remote control unit.)
Does the voltage of Pin(4) on CN2014 become 0V
when pressing "OPEN/CLOSE" button on the unit?
Yes
Refer to "FLOW CHAR NO.4" <The disc tray
cannot be opened and closed.>
No
Replace the "OPEN/CLOSE" button (SW2020).
FLOW CHART NO.4
The disc tray cannot be opened and closed.
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
No improvement can be found.
Yes
Replace the DVD Mechanism.
3-4
No
Original DVD Main CBA is poor.
FLOW CHART NO.5
The [No Disc] indication. (In case of focus error)
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
No improvement can be found.
Yes
Replace the DVD Mechanism.
No
Original DVD Main CBA is poor.
FLOW CHART NO.6
The [No Disc] indication. (In case focus servo does not function.)
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
No improvement can be found.
Yes
Replace the DVD Mechanism.
No
Original DVD Main CBA is poor.
FLOW CHART NO.7
The [No Disc] indication. (When the laser beam does not light.)
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
No improvement can be found.
Yes
Replace the DVD Mechanism.
No
Original DVD Main CBA is poor.
FLOW CHART NO.8
Both picture and sound do not operate normally.
Replace the DVD Main CBA.
No improvement can be found.
Yes
Replace the DVD Mechanism.
No
Original DVD Main CBA is poor.
3-5
FLOW CHART NO.9
Picture does not appear normally.
Set the disc on the disc tray, and playback.
Are the video signals outputted to each pin of
CN1601 on the Main CBA?
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
1PIN
9PIN
3PIN
7PIN
5PIN
No
S-Y
S-C
R
G
B
Yes
Are the video signals shown above inputted into
each pin of IC1402?
No
IC1402 6PIN S-Y
IC1402 2PIN S-C
IC1402 14PIN R
IC1402 16PIN G
IC1402 12PIN B
31PIN
28PIN
33PIN
22PIN
19PIN
25PIN
Check the line between each pin of CN1601 and
each pin of IC1402 on the Main CBA, and service
it if detective.
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
CN1601
Yes
Are the video signals outputted to each pin
of IC1402?
IC1402
IC1402
IC1402
IC1402
IC1402
IC1402
Replace the DVD Main CBA or the DVD
Mechanism.
CVBS
S-Y
S-C
R
G
B
No
1PIN → IC1402 6PIN S-Y
9PIN → IC1402 2PIN S-C
3PIN → IC1402 14PIN R
7PIN → IC1402 16PIN G
5PIN → IC1402 12PIN B
Check P-ON+5V line and service it if detective.
No
Is 5V voltage applied to the Pin(1, 34) of
IC1402?
Yes
Replace IC1402?
Yes
Are the video signals outputted to the specific
output terminal?
Are the luminance signals outputted to the
S-OUT terminal (JK1401)?
No
Check the periphery of JK1401 from
Pin (28) of IC1402 and service it if detective.
Are the chroma signals outputted to the
S-OUT terminal (JK1401)?
No
Check the periphery of JK1401 from
Pin (33) of IC1402 and service it if detective.
Are the RGB video signals outputted to the
Scart jack (JK101)?
No
Check the periphery of JK101 from Pins (19, 22,
25) of IC1402 and service it if detective.
Yes
Check the line between Pin(4) of IC751 and JK101
and service it if detective.
Are the composite video signals outputted to
Pin(19) of JK101 (Scart jack)?
No
Are the composite video signals outputted to
Pin(4) of IC751?
No
Yes
Are the "H" pulse inputted into Pins(9,10,11) of IC751?
No
Check the line between Q752 and OUTPUT SELECT,
and service it if detective.
3-6
Replace IC751.
FLOW CHART NO.10
Audio is not outputted.
Set the disc on the disc tray, and playback.
Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin
of CN1601 on Main CBA?
No
Replace the DVD Main CBA or the DVD Mechanism.
CN1601 13PIN AUDIO-L
CN1601 15PIN AUDIO-R
Yes
Are the analog audio signals inputted to each pin
of IC1201.
No
Check each line between each pin of CN1601
and each pin of IC1201 on Main CBA, and service
it if detective.
CN1601 13PIN → IC1201 2PIN AUDIO-L
CN1601 15PIN → IC1201 6PIN AUDIO-R
IC1201 2PIN AUDIO-L
IC1201 6PIN AUDIO-R
Yes
Is the "H" level mute signals outputted to CN1601
on the Main CBA ?
CN1601 12PIN A-MUTE, DVD A-MUTE
CN1601 16PIN A-R-MUTE, DVD A-R-MUTE
CN1601 14PIN A-L-MUTE, DVD A-L-MUTE
Yes
Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin
of IC1201?
No
No
IC1201 1PIN AUDIO-L
IC1201 7PIN AUDIO-R
Replace the DVD Main CBA or the DVD Mechanism.
Replace IC1201.
Yes
Are the audio signals outputted to the specific
output terminal?
Are the audio signals outputted to the L/R OUT
terminal (JK751)?
No
Check the periphery between Pins(1,7) of IC1201
and JK751, and service it if detective.
Yes
Check the line between Pin(14,15) of IC751 and JK101,
and their periphery, and service it if detective.
Are the audio signals outputted to Pins(1, 3) of
JK101 (Scart jack)?
No
Are the audio signals outputted to Pin(14,15) of
IC751?
No
Are the "L" pulse inputted into Pins(9,10,11) of IC751?
Yes
Replace IC751.
No
Check the line between Q752 and OUTPUT SELECT,
and service it if detective.
3-7
3-1-3 VCR Section
FLOW CHART NO.1
The key operation is not functioning.
Are the contact point and the installation state of
the key switches normal?
Yes
Is the control voltage normally inputted into
Pins(7,8) of IC501?
Yes
Replace IC501.
No
Re-install some key switches correctly or
replace some key switches.
No
Check the key switches and their periphery, and
service it if detective.
Terminal voltage of IC501-7,8
4.30
KEY-1
IC501-7
KEY-2
IC501-8
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
CH
DOWN
-----
CH UP
S-INH
PLAY
FF
STOP
/EJECT
REW
POWER
-----
3.60
2.90
2.39
1.98
1.61
1.27
0.92
0.51
(V)
REC/OTR OUTPUT
FLOW CHART NO.2
No DVD operation is possible from the remote control unit. (Operation is possible from the unit.)
Is 5V voltage supplied to the Pin(3) terminal of
the RM2001 (remote control receiver)?
Yes
Is the "L" pulse sent out from Pin(1) terminal of
the RM2001 (remote control receiver) when the
remote control unit is activated?
Yes
Is the "L" pulse signal supplied to the Pin(14) of
IC501?
Yes
Replace IC501.
3-8
No
No
No
Check AL+5V line and service it if detective.
Replace the RM2001 (remote control receiver).
Or replace remote control unit.
Check the line between the RM2001 (remote
control receiver) and the Pin(14) of IC501, and
service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.3
Cassette tape can not be loaded.
When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(10) of
IC501, does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse?
Yes
When loading a cassette tape, is the specified
voltage (approximately 13V) outputted to the
terminal of the Loading Motor Unit?
Yes
Replace the Loading Motor Unit.
No
No
Check the line between the start sensor and
Pin(10) of IC501, and service it if detective.
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit.
FLOW CHART NO.4
Cassette tape is ejected right after the loading.
When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(10) of IC501, No
does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse?
Yes
When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(4) of IC501, No
does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse?
Yes
When loading a cassette tape, does the LD-SW
No
operate normally?
Yes
Replace IC501.
Check the line between the start sensor and
Pin(10) of IC501, and service it if detective.
Check the line between the end sensor and
Pin(4) of IC501, and service it if detective.
Check the line between the LD-SW(SW507) and
Pin(9) of IC501, and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.5
Cassette tape can not be ejected.
When pressing the eject button, does the Capstan
Motor start rotating?
Yes
While the Capstan Motor is rotating, is the Takeup
Reel rotating?
Yes
While the Takeup Reel is rotating, is the reel pulse
signal inputted to Pin(80) of IC501?
Yes
While the reel pulse signal is inputting, is "L" pulse
inputted to Pin(81) of IC501?
Yes
Is the specified voltage (approximately 13V)
outputted to the terminal of the Lading Motor Unit?
Yes
Is the Loading Motor rotating?
Yes
Check the Cassette Cam or Cassette Gear, etc,
and service it if detective.
No
Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.6 " <The Capstan
Motor does not rotate>.
No
Check the Reel Disc or Reel Drive Unit, and
service it if detective.
No
Check the line between the Takeup Reel sensor
and Pin(80) of IC501, and service it if detective.
No
Replace IC501.
No
Replace the Capstan Motor unit.
No
Replace the Loading Motor unit.
3-9
FLOW CHART NO.6
Capstan Motor does not rotate.
No
Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(2) of CL502?
Yes
Is over approximately 2.6V voltage supplied to
Pin(5) of CL502?
Check the P-ON+5V line and service it if detective.
No
Yes
Is 12V voltage supplied to Pins(1,11) of CL502?
Yes
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit.
Check the line between Pin(5) of CL502 and
Pin(76) of IC501, and service it if detective.
No
Check the AL+12V line and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.7
Drum Motor does not rotate.
No
Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(2) of CL502?
Yes
Is over approximately 2.6V voltage supplied to
Pin(8) of CL502?
Yes
Is 12V voltage supplied at Pin(1,11) of CL502?
Yes
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit or Cylinder
Assembly.
Check the P-ON+5V line and service it if detective.
Check the line between Pin(8) of CL502 and
Pin(77) of IC501, and service it if detective.
No
No
Check the AL+12V line and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.8
Drum Motor rotates only for a few seconds.
Is the drum PG/FG signal inputted to Pin(90) of IC501?
Yes
Is the RF-SW signal outputted to Pin(18) of IC501?
Yes
Is 12V voltage supplied Pin(1,11) of CL502?
Yes
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit or the Cylinder
Assembly.
No
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit or the Cylinder
Assembly.
No
Replace IC501.
No
Check the AL+12V line and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.9
RF-SW signal is not outputted.
No
Is the Drum Motor rotating?
D-PG
D-FG
5Vp-p
Yes
Is the drum PG/FG signal inputted to Pin(90) of IC501?
Yes
Replace IC501.
3-10
Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.7" <Drum Motor does
not rotate> and "FLOW CHART NO.8" <Drum
Motor rotates only for a few seconds>.
2.5Vp-p
No
Replace the Capstan Motor Unit or the Cylinder
Assembly.
FLOW CHART NO.10
Video E-E does not appear.
Is the Video signal inputted to Pins(48,50,52,54) of
IC301?
No
Yes
1) In the external input mode
Check the line between Pin(20) of JK101 (Scart
jack) and Pin(50) of IC301, and service it if
detective.
Check the line between Pin(20) of JK1402
(Scart jack) and Pin(52) of IC301, and service it
if detective.
Check the line between the video input
terminal (front) and Pin(54) of IC301, and
service it if detective.
2) In the U/V tuner mode
Check the line between Pin(24) of the U/V tuner
and Pin(48) of IC301, and service it if detective.
Is the C-SYNC signal outputted to Pin(67) of IC301?
Yes
No
Is the C-SYNC signal inputted to Pin(58) of IC501?
Replace IC301.
No
Check the line between Pin(67)
of IC301 and Pin(58) of IC501,
and service it if detective.
Yes
Is the video signal inputted into Pin(3) of IC751?
No
Yes
Is the video signal outputted to Pin(4) of IC751?
Yes
Check the line between Pin(61) of IC301 and
Pin(3) of IC751, and service it if detective.
Is the video signal outputted to the emitter of Q104?
No
Check the line between Pin(4) of IC751
and Q104, and service it if detective.
Yes
When only Line signal is not outputted...
check the line between the emitter of Q104 and
Pin(19) of JK101 (Scart jack), and service it if
detective.
When only RF signal is not outputted...
check the tuner (TU701), and the line between the
emitter of Q104 and Pin(6) of the tuner, and
service it if detective.
No
Is approximately 6.8V voltage supplied to Pin(16)
of IC751, or approximately -8V voltage supplied to
Pin(7) of IC751?
No
Check the AL+12V line (R752, D751) and the
AL-30V line (R751,R753), and service it if detective.
Yes
Is the "H" pulse inputted into Pin(9) of IC751?
Yes
No
Check Q752 and the OUTPUT-SELECT line,
and service it if detective.
Replace IC751.
3-11
FLOW CHART NO.11
Hi-Fi E-E audio does not operate normally.
Check the peripheral circuit of the front input
terminal and service it if detective.
Is each signal supplied to each pin of IC451 as below?
L-ch
R-ch
Front input terminal
Pin(8)
Pin(54)
Pin(6)
Pin(52)
Scart jack 1 (JK101)
Pin(10)
Pin(56)
Scart jack 2 (JK1402)
Tuner audio signal
Pin(4)
Pin(50)
No
No
No
No
Check the peripheral circuit of the Scart jack 1
(JK101) and service it if detective.
Check the peripheral circuit of the Scart jack 2
(JK1402) and service it if detective.
Is the SIF signal outputted from Pin(22) of the tuner?
Yes
Check the line between Pins(4,
50) of IC451 and Pin(22) of
tuner, and service it if detective.
Yes
Is the 5V voltage supplied to Pins(16,32,35,36,46,55) of
IC451, or the 9V voltage supplied to Pin(69) of IC451?
No
No
Replace the
tuner.
Check the circuit of AL+5V, P-ON+5V and
P-ON+9V, and service it if detective.
Yes
Is the serial data and the clock signal supplied to
Pins(37,38) of IC451?
No
Check the line between Pins(37,38) of IC451 and
Pins(71,72) of IC501, and service it if detective.
No
Check the line between Pin(53) of IC451 and
Pin(82) of IC501, and service it if detective.
Yes
Is the "L" pulse inputted into the Pin(53) of IC451?
Yes
Is the audio signal outputted to Pins(74,76) of
IC451?
No
Replace IC451.
Yes
Is the audio signal inputted into Pins(1,13) of
IC751?
No
Check the line between Pins(74,76) of IC451 and
Pins(1,13) of IC751, and service it if detective.
No
Is approximately 6.8V voltage supplied to Pin(16)
of IC751, or approximately -8V voltage supplied to
Pin(7) of IC751?
Yes
Is the audio signal outputted to Pins(14,15) of
IC751?
Yes
No
Check the line between Pins(14,15) of IC751 and
Pins(1,3) of JK101 (Scart jack), and service it if
detective.
Replace IC751.
Yes
Yes
Check the AL+12V line (R752, D751) and the
AL-30V line (R751,R753), and service it if detective.
Is the "H" pulse inputted into the Pins(9,10,11) of
IC751?
No
Check Q752 and the OUTPUT SELECT line, and
service it if detective.
3-12
FLOW CHART NO.12
Hi-Fi audio can not be recorded normally. (E-E mode is normal.)
Is the REC FM signal outputted to Pin(26) of IC451?
Yes
Is the line between Pin(8) of CL251 and
Pin(26) of IC451 normal?
No
No
Replace IC451.
Service the line between Pin(8) of CL251 and
Pin(26) of IC451.
Yes
Replace the Cylinder Assembly.
FLOW CHART NO.13
Hi-Fi audio can not be playbacked normally. (Hi-Fi E-E mode is normal.)
Is the Playback Envelope signal outputted to
Pin(33) of IC451?
Yes
No
Is the Hi-Fi-H-SW signal inputted into to Pin(39) of IC451?
No
Yes
Replace
IC451.
Replace IC451.
Check the Hi-Fi-H-SW line between
Pin(39) of IC451 and Pin(19) of
IC501, and service it if detective.
FLOW CHART NO.14
Hi-Fi audio can not be recorded normally in the linear audio mode. (E-E mode is normal.)
No
Check the line between Pin(78) of IC451 and
Pin(13,15,17) of IC301, and service it if detective.
No
Check the Bias oscillation circuit (Q401,Q403,
Q404,Q405,Q406) and service it if detective.
Is the audio signal inputted into Pin(13,15,17) of IC301?
Yes
Does the Bias oscillation circuit operate normally?
Yes
Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(11) of IC301?
No
Yes
Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(100) of IC301?
No
Yes
Is CL504 and the connected cable normal?
No
Replace IC301.
Replace IC301.
Replace CL504 and the connected cable.
Yes
Replace ACE head.
3-13
FLOW CHART NO.15
Hi-Fi audio can not be playbacked normally in the linear audio mode. (E-E mode is normal.)
Is the audio signal supplied to Pin(9) of IC301?
Yes
No
Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(11) of IC301?
Yes
Check the line between Pin(11) of
IC301 and Pin(80) of IC451, and
service it if detective.
Are the CL504, the connected cable and the parts
on periphery of playback amplifier normal?
Yes
Is there no dirt on the surface of ACE head?
Yes
Is the height of ACE head appropriate?
Yes
Replace the ACE head.
3-14
No
Service and replace poor parts.
No
No
Clean the surface of ACE head.
Readjust the height of the ACE head.
No
Replace
IC301.
3-2 FIRMWARE RENEWAL MODE
3-2-1 How to Update the Firmware Version
1. Turn the power on and remove the disc on the tray.
2. To put the DVD player into version up mode, press
[9], [8], [7], [6], and [SEARCH MODE] buttons on
the remote control unit in that order. The tray will
open automatically.
Fig. 3-2-1 appears on the screen and Fig. 3-2-2
appears on the VFD.
The DVD player can also enter the version up
mode with the tray open. In this case, Fig. 3-2-1 will
be shown on the screen while the tray is open.
F/W Version Up Mode
No.
Appearance
State
1
Reading...
Sending files into the memory
2
Erasing...
Erasing previous version data
3
Programming... Writing new version data
5. After programming is finished, the tray opens automatically. Fig. 3-2-5 appears on the screen and the
checksum in (*3) of Fig. 3-2-5 appears on the VFD.
(Fig. 3-2-6)
At this time, no buttons are available.
F/W Version Up Mode
Please insert a DISC
for F/W Version Up.
VERSION :
********
Completed
SUM : 7abc (*3)
EXIT: POWER
Fig. 3-2-1 Version Up Mode Screen
Fig. 3-2-5 Completed Program Mode Screen
Fig. 3-2-2 VFD in Version Up Mode
Fig. 3-2-6 VFD upon Finishing the Programming Mode (Example)
3. Load the disc for version up.
4. The DVD player enters the F/W version up mode
automatically. Fig. 3-2-3 appears on the screen and
Fig. 3-2-4 appears on the VFD.
6. Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet. Then plug it
7. To finish this mode, press [POWER] button.
1. After making sure that no disc is in unit, turn the
power on.
2. Press [1], [2], [3], [4], and [DISPLAY] buttons on the
remote control unit in that order. The B/E version
appears on the VFD, and the F/E and B/E versions
appear on TV screen.
3. Turn the power off to reset the unit.
F/W Version Up Mode
VERSION :
Reading...(*2)
3-2-2 How to Verify the Firmware Version
********
EXIT: POWER
Fig. 3-2-3 Programming Mode Screen
Note:
If the firmware has been changed, etc., we will use
Service News, etc. to report on how to obtain new
firmware data and create an upgraded disc.
Fig. 3-2-4 VFD in Programming Mode (Example)
The appearance shown in (*2) of Fig. 3-2-3 is
described as follows:
3-15
3-3 STANDARD MAINTENANCE
3-3-1 Service Schedule of Components
h: Hours
Deck
Ref.No.
Part Name
: Check
I: Change
Periodic Service Schedule
1,000 h
2,000 h
3,000 h
4,000 h
B2
Cylinder Assembly
B3
Loading Motor Assembly
B8
Pulley Assembly (HI)
I
I
B587
Tension Lever Assembly
I
I
B31
AC Head Assembly
I
B573, B574
Reel S, Reel T
I
B37
Capstan Motor
I
I
B52
Cap Belt
I
I
B73
FE Head Assembly
B86
F Brake Assembly (HI)
I
I
B133
Idler Assembly (HI)
I
I
B410
Pinch Arm Assembly
I
I
B414
M Brake (SP) Assembly (HI)
I
I
B416
M Brake (TU) Assembly (HI)
I
I
B525
LDG Belt
I
I
I
I
I
I
Notes:
1.Clean all parts for the tape transport (Upper Drum with Video Head / Pinch Roller / Audio Control Head / Full
Erase Head) using 90% lsopropyl Alcohol.
2.After cleaning the parts, do all DECK ADJUSTMENTS.
3.For the reference numbers listed above, refer to Deck Exploded Views.
3-16
3-3-2 Cleaning
Cleaning of ACE Head
Cleaning of Video Head
Clean the head with a cotton swab.
Clean the head with a head cleaning stick or chamois
cloth.
Procedure
1.Remove the top cabinet.
2.Put on a glove (thin type) to avoid touching the
upper and lower drum with your bare hand.
3.Put a few drops of 90% Isopropyl alcohol on the
head cleaning stick or on the chamois cloth and,
by slightly pressing it against the head tip, turn the
upper drum to the right and to the left.
Procedure
1.Remove the top cabinet.
2.Dip the cotton swab in 90% Isopropyl alcohol and
clean the ACE head. Be careful not to damage the
upper drum and other tape running parts.
Notes:
1.Avoid cleaning the ACE head vertically.
2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before
operating the unit or damage may occur.
Notes:
1.The video head surface is made of very hard
material, but since it is very thin, avoid cleaning it
vertically.
2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before
operating the unit.
3.Do not reuse a stained head cleaning stick or a
stained chamois cloth.
ACE Head
Upper
Cylinder
Do Not !
Video Head
Cleaning Stick
3-17
4
DISASSEMBLY
4-1 CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
4-1-1 Disassembly Flowchart
This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps to gain
access to item(s) to be serviced. When reassembling,
follow the steps in reverse order. Bend, route, and
dress the cables as they were originally.
ID/
LOC.
No.
[17] Side
Bracket
[3] Top Bracket
[9] Rear Panel
[5] DVD Main
CBA
[4] DVD Mecha
Assembly
[8] PCB Bracket
[13] DVD OPEN/
CLOSE CBA
[6] Rear Unit
[12] Main CBA
[10] VCR
Chassis Unit
[7] Power
Supply CBA
[11] Deck
Assembly
[15] Jack CBA
[16] Deck
Pedestal
4-1-2 Disassembly Method
ID/
LOC.
No.
[1]
REMOVAL
PART
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
Fig.
UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Note
No.
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
Top Cover 4-1-1
7(S-1)
1
1-1
1-2
[2]
Front
4-1-2
Assembly
(S-2), *7(L-1)
[3]
Top
Bracket
2(S-3), 2(S-3A)
-
[4]
DVD
Mecha
4-1-3
Assembly
3(S-4), *CN302,
*CN401, *CN601
2
2-1
2-2
2-3
3
4-1-2
[5]
DVD Main
4-1-4
CBA
2(S-5), *CN201,
*CN301
[6]
Rear Unit
5(S-6), 4(S-7),
CN003
4-1-5
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
Fig.
UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Note
No.
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
Power
Supply
CBA
4-1-6
2(S-8), 2(S-8A)
-
[8]
PCB
Bracket
4-1-6
3(S-9)
-
[9]
Rear Panel 4-1-6
----------
-
4-1-7
5(S-10), 2(S-11),
2(S-11A)
-
Deck
4-1-8
Assembly
Desolder, (S-12),
(S-12A)
4,5
VCR
[10] Chassis
Unit
[11]
[12] Main CBA 4-1-8
----------
-
DVD
OPEN/
[13]
CLOSE
CBA
4-1-8
Desolder
-
4-1-8
Desolder
-
[15] Jack CBA 4-1-8
Desolder
-
[14]
[14] Function
CBA
PART
[7]
[1] Top Cover
[2] Front
Assembly
REMOVAL
Function
CBA
[16]
Deck
Pedestal
4-1-9
7(S-13)
-
[17]
Side
Bracket
4-1-9
(S-14)
-
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Note:
(1): Identification (location) No. of parts in the figures
(2): Name of the part
(3): Figure Number for reference
(4): Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked,
unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or
desoldered.
P=Spring, L=Locking Tab, S=Screw,
CN=Connector
*=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder
e.g. 2(S-2) = two Screws (S-2),
2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2)
(5): Refer to “Reference Notes.”
-
4-1
Reference Notes
(S-3)
CAUTION 1: Locking Tabs (L-1) are fragile. Be careful
not to break them.
(S-3A)
[3] Top Bracket
1-1. Remove Screw (S-2).
1-2. Release seven Locking Tabs (L-1) (to do this,
first release five Locking Tabs (A) at the side and
top, and then release two Locking Tabs (B) at the
bottom.)
CAUTION 2: Electrostatic breakdown of the laser
diode in the optical system block may occur as a
potential difference caused by electrostatic charge
accumulated on cloth, human body etc., during
unpacking or repair work.
(S-3A)
(L-1)
(A)
(L-1)
(A)
(L-1)
To avoid damage of pickup follow next procedures.
2-1. Slide the pickup unit as shown in Fig. 4-1-4.
(S-2)
(B)
2-2. Short the three short lands of FPC cable with solder before removing the FFC cable (CN301) from
it. If you disconnect the FFC cable (CN301), the
laser diode of pickup will be destroyed. (Fig. 4-14)
CN601
2-3. Disconnect Connector (CN201). Remove two
Screws (S-5) and lift the DVD Main CBA. (Fig. 41-4)
CAUTION 3: When reassembling, confirm the FFC
cable (CN301) is connected completely. Then remove
the solder from the three short lands of FPC cable.
(Fig. 4-1-4)
CAUTION 4: When reassembling, solder wire jumpers
as shown in Fig. 4-1-8.
(A)
[2] Front Assembly
CN302
Fig. 4-1-2
(S-4)
(S-4)
(S-4)
[4] DVD Mecha Assembly
CN401
CAUTION 5: Before installing the Deck Assembly, be
sure to place the pin of LD-SW on Main CBA as shown
in Fig. 4-1-8. Then, install the Deck Assembly while
aligning the hole of Cam Gear with the pin of LD-SW,
the shaft of Cam Gear with the hole of LD-SW as
shown in Fig. 4-1-8.
[1] Top Cover
(S-1)
(S-1)
(S-1)
Fig. 4-1-1
4-2
Fig. 4-1-3
(S-5)
CN201
(S-9)
(S-5)
[5] DVD Main
CBA
(S-8A)
CN301
[9] Rear Panel
(S-8)
[8] PCB Bracket
[7] Power Supply CBA
(S-8) (S-8A)
DVD Mecha
Fig. 4-1-6
A
B
Short the three short
lands by soldering
(S-11)
(S-10)
Slide
(S-10)
(S-11)
(S-10)
(S-11A)
Pickup Unit
View for A
View for B
[10] VCR
Chassis Unit
(S-11A)
Fig. 4-1-4
[6] Rear Unit
(S-7)
(S-6)
(S-7)
Fig. 4-1-7
CN003
(S-7)
Fig. 4-1-5
4-3
FE Head
Cylinder Assembly
[11] Deck
Assembly
Pin
ACE Head
Assembly
SW507
LD-SW
Desolder
[15] Jack CBA
[11] Deck Assembly
[12] Main CBA
Lead with
blue stripe
Cam Gear
Hole
Shaft
Hole
Pin
LD-SW
[12] Main CBA
Lead with blue stripe
[13] DVD OPEN/
CLOSE CBA
Desolder from bottom
(S-12A)
(S-12)
Desolder
[12] Main CBA
[14] Function CBA
Lead with
blue stripe
Lead with
blue stripe
From
ACE Head
Assembly
From
Cylinder
Assembly
From
FE Head
Lead with
white stripe
Printing side
Desolder
From
Capstan
Motor
Assembly
Desolder
BOTTOM VIEW
Lead connections of Deck Assembly and Main CBA
Fig. 4-1-8
4-4
[16] Deck Pedestal
(S-13)
(S-13)
(S-14)
[17] Side
Bracket
Fig. 4-1-9
To Remove the Disc Manually
1. Remove the Top Cover.
2. Rotate this roulette in the direction of the arrow as
shown below.
Top Cover
1
DVD Mecha
Tray
Deck Assembly
Rotate this roulette in
the direction of the arrow
3
2
2
4-5
4-2 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES OF DECK
MECHANISM
Before following the procedures described below, be sure to remove the deck assembly from the cabinet. (Refer to
CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS on page 4-1.)
All the following procedures, including those for adjustment and replacement of parts, should be done in Eject
mode; see the positions of [44] and [45] in Fig. 4-2-1 on page 4-8. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse
order.
STEP START/LOC.
ING
No.
No.
Fig. No.
[1]
[1]
Guide Holder A
T
4-2-3
[2]
[1]
Cassette Holder Assembly T
4-2-4
[3]
[2]
Slider (SP)
T
4-2-5
*(L-1)
[4]
[2]
Slider (TU)
T
4-2-5
*(L-2)
[5]
[4]
Lock Lever
T
4-2-5
*(L-3),*(P-1)
[6]
[2]
Cassette Plate
T
4-2-5
[7]
[7]
Cylinder Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-6
Desolder, 3(S-2)
[8]
[8]
Loading Motor Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-7
Desolder, LDG Belt,
2(S-3)
[9]
[9]
AC Head Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-7
(S-4)
[10]
[2]
Tape Guide Arm Assembly T
4-2-1,4-2-8
*(P-2)
[11]
[10]
C Door Opener
4-2-1,4-2-8
*(L-4)
*(P-3)
T
[11]
Pinch Arm (B)
T
4-2-1,4-2-8
[13]
[12]
Pinch Arm Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-8
[14]
[14]
FE Head Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-9
(S-5)
[15]
[15]
Prism
T
4-2-1,4-2-9
(S-6)
[16]
[2]
Slider Shaft
T
4-2-10
*(L-5)
[17]
[16]
C Drive Lever (SP)
T
4-2-10
[18]
[16]
C Drive Lever (TU)
T
4-2-10
(S-7),*(P-4)
[19]
[19]
[20]
[20]
[22]
[22]
[22]
[25]
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
4-2-2,4-2-11
4-2-2,4-2-12
4-2-12
4-2-2,4-2-12
4-2-2,4-2-13
4-2-2,4-2-13
4-2-2,4-2-13
4-2-2,4-2-13
3(S-8), Cap Belt
(C-1)
B
4-2-2,4-2-13
(C-4)
B
B
B
B
B
B
4-2-2,4-2-13
4-2-13
4-2-13
4-2-1,4-2-13
4-2-1,4-2-14
4-2-2,4-2-14
(C-5)
[25]
[26]
[27]
[28]
[29]
[30]
[31]
[32]
[33]
Capstan Motor
Clutch Assembly (HI)
Center Gear
F Brake Assembly (HI)
Worm Holder
Pulley Assembly (HI)
Mode Gear
[20],[25] Mode Lever (HI)
[22],[23],
Cam Gear (A) (HI)
[26]
TR Gear C
[26]
[28]
TR Gear Spring
[29]
TR Gear A/B
FF Arm (HI)
[31]
Idler Assembly (HI)
[26]
[26]
BT Arm
INSTALLATION
ADJUSTMENT
CONDITION
2(S-1)
[12]
[20]
[21]
[22]
[23]
[24]
4-6
PART
REMOVAL
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
UNLOCK/RELEASE/
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
*(L-6)
(S-9),*(L-7),*(L-8)
(C-2)
(C-3)
*(L-9)
*(P-5)
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Page 4-13
STEP START/LOC.
ING
No.
No.
[34]
[26]
[35]
[34]
[36]
[16],[26]
[37]
[38]
PART
Loading Arm (SP)
Assembly
Loading Arm (TU)
Assembly
REMOVAL
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
UNLOCK/RELEASE/
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
Fig. No.
B
4-2-2,4-2-14
B
4-2-2,4-2-14
M Brake (TU) Assembly
(HI)
T
4-2-1,4-2-15
[2],[26]
M Brake (SP) Assembly
(HI)
T
4-2-1,4-2-15
[37]
Tension Lever Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-15
[39]
[40]
[41]
[38]
T Lever Holder
M Gear (HI)
[40]
[15],[40] Sensor Gear (HI)
T
T
T
4-2-15
4-2-1,4-2-15
4-2-1,4-2-15
[42]
[36],[40] Reel T
T
4-2-1,4-2-15
[43]
[44]
[38]
Reel S
T
4-2-1,4-2-15
Moving Guide S
[34],[38]
Preparation
T
4-2-1,4-2-16
[45]
[35]
Moving Guide T
Preparation
T
4-2-1,4-2-16
[46]
[19]
TG Post Assembly
T
4-2-1,4-2-16
[47]
[27]
Rack Assembly
R
4-2-17
[48]
[47]
F Door Opener
R
4-2-17
4-2-1,4-2-6
[49]
[49]
Cleaner Assembly
T
[50]
↓
(1)
[49]
↓
(2)
CL Post
T 4-2-6
↓
↓
(4)
(5)
↓
(3)
INSTALLATION
ADJUSTMENT
CONDITION
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Page 4-13
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Page 4-13
*(P-6)
*(L-10)
(C-6)
(C-7)
*(L-11)
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Page 4-13
*(L-12)
↓
(6)
↓
(7)
(1): Follow steps in sequence. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse order.
These numbers are also used as identification (location) No. of parts in the figures.
(2): Indicates the part to start disassembling with in order to disassemble the part in column (1).
(3): Name of the part
(4): Location of the part: T=Top B=Bottom R=Right L=Left
(5): Figure Number
(6): Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked, unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or desoldered.
P=Spring, W=Washer, C=Cut Washer, S=Screw, *=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder
e.g., 2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2).
(7): Adjustment Information for Installation
(+):Refer to Deck Exploded Views for lubrication.
.
4-7
Top View
[7]
[44]
[49]
[45]
[9]
[46]
[8]
[14]
[13]
[11]
[15]
[38]
[10]
[12]
[37]
[36]
[43]
[32]
[41] [31] [40]
[42]
Fig. 4-2-1
Bottom View
[19]
[35]
[34]
[25]
[23]
[24]
[26]
[27]
[22]
[28]
[20]
[33]
Fig. 4-2-2
4-8
[3]
[4]
(S-1)
(S-1)
[1]
(L-1)
(L-3)
[5]
(L-2)
[6]
(P-1)
Fig. 4-2-5
[49]
Fig. 4-2-3
[7]
[50]
Pin D
Pin C
(L-12)
A
[2]
2 Pull up
Pin A
1 Slide
Pin B
Slot A
(S-2)
Slots B
A
Slot A
First, while pushing the locking tab as
shown in the right, slide and pull up the right
side on [2] to release Pin A and Pin B from
the slots A.
Then, remove Pin C and Pin D on [2] from
the slots B as shown.
Locking tab
Desolder
from bottom
View for A
Lead with
Red Stripe
View for A
Fig. 4-2-6
Fig. 4-2-4
4-9
(S-4)
[14]
[9]
(S-5)
(S-6)
[8]
[15]
A
Desolder
from bottom
[8]
(S-3)
LDG
Belt
Lead with White Stripe
View for A
Fig. 4-2-7
Adj. Screw
[11]
(L-4)
Fig. 4-2-9
[17]
(L-5)
(P-3)
[16]
[13]
[18]
[12]
(P-4)
[10]
(P-2)
A
(S-7)
Pin of [12]
Pin of [10]
Fig. 4-2-10
Groove of [27]
When reassembling [10] and
[12], confirm that pin of [10]
and pin of [12] are in the
[27] groove of [27] as shown.
View for A
Fig. 4-2-8
4-10
[26]
(S-8)
(C-3)
(S-9)
(L-8)
[23]
(L-7)
[24]
(C-5)
(C-4)
(C-2)
[28]
[29]
[25]
[30]
[19]
Cap Belt
[27]
Fig. 4-2-11
[22]
turn
(C-1)
[20]
(L-6)
[31]
[21]
Position of Mode Lever when installed
Pin of [37]
Pin of [33]
Pin of [36]
Bottom View
[26]
[27]
Align [26] and [27] as shown.
First groove on [27]
Pin on [22]
First tooth on [44]
[27]
[27]
Top View
When reassembling [27],
meet the first groove on
[27] to the first tooth on
[44] as shown.
Fig. 4-2-13
Position of pin on [22]
Fig. 4-2-12
4-11
(P-5)
[33]
Refer to the Alignment
Section, Page 4-13.
[45]
[44]
[46]
(L-11)
[35]
[32]
(L-9)
[34]
Fig. 4-2-16
Fig. 4-2-14
[38]
[36]
[43]
(P-6)
turn
[39]
(L-10)
turn
turn
[48]
[42]
[47]
Slide
Fig. 4-2-17
[37]
(C-7)
[41]
(C-6)
[40]
Fig. 4-2-15
4-12
4-3 ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES OF MECHANISM
The following procedures describe how to align the
individual gears and levers that make up the tape
loading/unloading mechanism. Since information
about the state of the mechanism is provided to the
System Control Circuit only through the Mode Switch,
it is essential that the correct relationship between
individual gears and levers be maintained.
All alignments are to be performed with the mechanism in Eject mode, in the sequence given. Each
procedure assumes that all previous procedures have
been completed.
IMPORTANT:
If any one of these alignments is not performed
properly, even if off by only one tooth, the unit will
unload or stop and it may result in damage to the
mechanical or electrical parts.
Alignment 1
Loading Arm (SP) and (TU) Assembly
Install Loading Arm (SP) and (TU) Assembly so
that their triangle marks point to each other as
shown in Fig. 4-3-2.
Alignment 2
Mode Gear
Keeping the two triangles pointing at each other,
install the Loading Arm (TU) Assembly so that the
last tooth of the gear meets the most inside teeth
of the Mode Gear. See Fig. 4-3-2.
Triangle Marks
Alignment 1
Loading Arm
(SP) Assembly
Alignment points in Eject Position
Last Tooth
Alignment 2
Top View
Loading Arm
(TU) Assembly
Most inside teeth
of Mode Gear(LM)
Mode Gear(LM)
Fig. 4-3-2
Alignment 3
Alignment 3
Cam Gear (A)(HI), Rack Assembly
Bottom View
Install the Rack Assembly so that the first tooth on
the gear of the Rack Assembly meets the first
groove on the Cam Gear (A)(HI) as shown in Fig.
4-3-3.
Alignment 1
Alignment 2
Top View
Cam Gear (A)(HI)
Alignment 3
First tooth
Fig. 4-3-1
First groove
Gear on Rack Assembly
on the Cam Gear (A)(HI)
Fig. 4-3-3
4-13
5
ADJUSTMENT
5-1 PREPARATION FOR SERVICING
5-1-1 How to Enter the Service Mode
About Optical Sensors
Caution:
An optical sensor system is used for the Tape Start
and End Sensors on this equipment. Carefully read
and follow the instructions below. Otherwise the unit
may operate erratically.
What to do for preparation
Insert a tape into the Deck Mechanism Assembly and
press the PLAY button. The tape will be loaded into
the Deck Mechanism Assembly. Make sure the power
is on, connect TP501 (SENSOR INHIBITION) to
GND. This will stop the function of Tape Start Sensor,
Tape End Sensor and Reel Sensors. (If these TPs are
connected before plugging in the unit, the function of
the sensors will stay valid.) See Fig. 5-1-1.
Note: Because the Tape End Sensors are inactive, do
not run a tape all the way to the start or the end of the
tape to avoid tape damage.
Q503
Q504
TP501
S-INH
Fig. 5-1-1
5-1
5-2 FIXTURE AND TAPE FOR ADJUSTMENT
1. Alignment Tape
2. Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver
No. 7099052 (MH-2)
No. 7099028
3. Flat Screwdriver
(Purchase Locally)
5-2-1 How To Use The Fixtures And Tape
5-2
Item No.
Name
Part No.
Adjustment
1
Alignment Tape
7099052
I Head Switching Point
I Tape Interchangeability Alignment
2
Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver
7099028
I Guide Roller
3
Flat Screwdriver
Purchase Locally
I X Value Alignment
5-3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
General Note: "CBA" is an abbreviation for
"Circuit Board Assembly."
NOTE:
1.Electrical adjustments are required after replacing
circuit components and certain mechanical parts. It
is important to do these adjustments only after all
repairs and replacements have been completed.
Also, do not attempt these adjustments unless the
proper equipment is available.
2.To perform these alignment / confirmation procedures, make sure that the tracking control is set in
the center position: Press either "CHANNEL L5? " or
"CHANNEL K" button on the front panel first, then
the "PLAY" button on the front panel.
Figure 1
EXT. Syncronize Trigger Point
CH1
CH2
0.5H
1.0H
6.5H±1H (412.7µs±60µs)
V-Sync
Switching Pulse
Reference Notes:
Playback the Alignment tape and adjust VR501 so that
the V-sync front edge of the CH1 video output waveform is at the 6.5H±1H(412.7µs±60µs) delayed position from the rising edge of the CH2 head switching
pulse waveform.
5-3-1 Test Equipment Required
1.Oscilloscope: Dual-trace with 10:1 probe,
V-Range: 0.001~50V/Div.,
F-Range: DC~AC-20MHz
2.Alignment Tape (MH-2)
5-3-2 Head Switching Position
Adjustment
Purpose:
To determine the Head Switching point during
playback.
Symptom of Misadjustment:
May cause Head Switching noise or vertical jitter
in the picture.
Test point
Adj.Point
TP751(V-OUT)
VR501
TP504(RF-SW) (Switching Point)
GND
(MAIN CBA)
Mode
Input
PLAY
(SP)
-----
Tape
Measurement
Equipment
Spec.
MH-2
Oscilloscope
6.5H±1H
(412.7µs±60µs)
Connections of Measurement Equipment
Oscilloscope
Main CBA
TP751
GND
TP504
CH1
CH2
Trig. (+)
5-3
5-4 MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
Explanation of alignment for the tape to correctly run
starts on the next page. Refer to the information below
on this page if a tape gets stuck, for example, in the
mechanism due to some electrical trouble of the unit.
5-4-1 Service Information
A. Method for Manual Tape Loading/Unloading
To load a cassette tape manually:
1. Disconnect the AC plug.
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
3. Insert a cassette tape. Though the tape will not be
automatically loaded, make sure that the cassette
tape is all the way in at the inlet of the Cassette
Holder. To confirm this, lightly push the cassette
tape further in and see if the tape comes back out,
by a spring motion, just as much as you have
pushed in.
B. Method to place the Cassette Holder in the tapeloaded position without a cassette tape
1. Disconnect the AC Plug.
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
3. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. 5-4-1. Release the locking tabs
shown in Fig. 5-4-1 and continue turning the LDG
Belt until the Cassette Holder comes to the tapeloaded position. Allow a minute or two to complete
this task.
Top View
Moving guide T preparation
(Eject Position)
Moving guide S preparation
(Eject Position)
4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. 5-4-1 for a minute or two to complete
this task.
LOAD
UNLOAD
/EJECT
Side View
To unload a cassette tape manually:
1. Disconnect the AC plug.
LDG Belt
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
3. Make sure that the Moving guide preparations are
in the Eject Position.
4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. 5-4-1 until the Moving guide preparations come to the Eject Position. Stop turning when
the preparations begin clicking or can not be
moved further. However, the tape will be left
wound around the cylinder.
Push the tape
to load it.
Push the locking tab gently to unlock
when loading without a cassette.
Fig. 5-4-1
5. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction continuously, and the cassette tape will be ejected.
Allow a minute or two to complete this task.
Bottom View
LDG Belt (B)
UNLOAD
/EJECT
Cam Gear
Fig. 5-4-2
5-4
5-4-2 Tape Interchangeability Alignment
Note:
To do these alignment procedures, make sure that the
Tracking Control Circuit is set to the center position
every time a tape is loaded or unloaded. (Refer to
page 5-7, procedure 1-C, step 2.)
Equipment required:
Dual Trace Oscilloscope
VHS Alignment Tape (MH-2)
Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver
Flat Screwdriver (Purchase Locally)
Note: Before starting this Mechanical Alignment, do all
Electrical Adjustment procedures.
Flowchart of Alignment for tape traveling
Loading (Use a blank tape.)
Not good
Adjust the height of the Guide Rollers
(Supply side and take-up side).
(Use a blank tape.) (Page 5-6)
1-A
Check to see that the tape is not creasing
and that there is no slack on the supply
and take-up side Guide Rollers.
(Use a blank tape.)
1-A
Adjust the X Value for maximum envelope.
(Page 5-6) (Use Alignment Tape.)
1-B
Adjust the envelope. (Page 5-7)
Check the envelope.
1-C
Not good
1-C
OK
Adjust the Audio Section.
(Azimuth Alignment) (Page 5-7)
1-D
Check the audio output.
1-D
Do the final tape-traveling test to see that
the tape runs normally in play mode without creasing or slacking.
1-A
OK
Completion
Not good
OK
Check the following:
1. X Value (Page 5-6)
2. Envelope (Page 5-7)
Not good
Adjust the X value and envelope. 1-B, 1-C
1-B, 1-C
OK
5-5
1-A. Preliminary/Final Checking and
Alignment of Tape Path
Purpose:
To make sure that the tape path is well stabilized.
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the tape path is unstable, the tape will be damaged.
3. Check to see that the tape runs without creasing at
Take-up Guide Post [4] or without snaking between
Guide Roller [3] and ACE Head. (Fig. 5-4-3 and 54-5)
4. If creasing or snaking is apparent, adjust the Tilt
Adj. Screw of the ACE Head. (Fig. 5-4-6)
Note: Do not use an Alignment Tape for this procedure. If the unit is not correctly aligned, the tape may
be damaged.
1. Playback a blank cassette tape and check to see
that the tape runs without creasing at Guide Rollers
[2] and [3], and at points A and B on the lead surface. (Refer to Fig. 5-4-3 and 5-4-4.)
2. If creasing is apparent, align the height of the guide
rollers by turning the top of Guide Rollers [2] and
[3] with a Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver. (Refer to
Fig. 5-4-3 and 5-4-5.)
Guide Roller [2]
Guide Roller [3]
ACE Head
ACE Head
Flat
Screwdriver
Tilt Adj. Screw
Fig. 5-4-6
1-B. X Value Alignment
Purpose:
To align the Horizontal Position of the Audio/Control/
Erase Head.
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the Horizontal Position of the Audio/Control/Erase
Head is not properly aligned, maximum envelope cannot be obtained at the Neutral position of the Tracking
Control Circuit.
B
A
Azimuth Adj. Screw
Take-up Guide Post [4]
Fig. 5-4-3
1. Connect the oscilloscope to TP301 (C-PB) and
TP503 (CTL) on the Main CBA. Use TP504 (RFSW) as a trigger.
2. Playback the Gray Scale of the Alignment Tape
(MH-2) and confirm that the PB FM signal is
present.
3. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the center position by pressing CH UP button then “PLAY” button
on the unit. (Refer to note on bottom of page 5-7.)
Lead Surface of Cylinder
Correct
Guide Roller
Tape Fig. 5-4-4
Incorrect
Tape
Take-up Guide
Post
Tape
Fig. 5-4-5
5-6
4. Use the Flat Screwdriver so that the PB FM signal
at TP301 (C-PB) is maximum. (Fig. 5-4-6)
5. Press CH UP button on the unit until the CTL waveform has shifted by approx. +2ms. Make sure that
the envelope is simply attenuated (shrinks in
height) during this process so that you will know
the envelope has been at its peak.
6. Press CH DOWN button on the unit until the CTL
waveform has shifted from its original position (not
the position achieved in step 5, but the position of
CTL waveform in step 4) by approximately -2ms.
Make sure that the envelope is simply attenuated
(shrinks in height) once CTL waveform passes its
original position and is further brought in the minus
direction.
7. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the center position by pressing CH UP button and then “PLAY”
button.
1-C. Checking/Adjustment of Envelope
Waveform
Dropping envelope level at the end of track.
Fig. 5-4-8
Envelope is adjusted properly. (No envelope drop)
Purpose:
To achieve a satisfactory picture and precise tracking.
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the envelope output is poor, noise will appear in the
picture. The tracking will then lose precision and the
playback picture will be distorted by any slight variation of the Tracking Control Circuit.
1. Connect the oscilloscope to TP301 (C-PB) on the
Main CBA. Use TP504 (RF-SW) as a trigger.
2. Playback the Gray Scale on the Alignment Tape
(MH-2). Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the center position by pressing CH UP button and then
“PLAY” button on the unit. Adjust the height of
Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Fig. 5-4-3, Page 5-6)
watching the oscilloscope display so that the envelope becomes as flat as possible. To do this adjustment, turn the top of the Guide Roller with the
Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver.
3. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. 5-4-7, adjust the
height of Guide Roller [2] (Refer to Fig. 5-4-3) so
that the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig.
5-4-9.
4. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. 5-4-8, adjust the
height of Guide Roller [3] (Refer to Fig. 5-4-3) so
that the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig.
5-4-9.
5. When Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig.5-4-3)
are aligned properly, there is no envelope drop
either at the beginning or end of track as shown in
Fig. 5-4-9.
Dropping envelope level at the beginning of track.
Fig. 5-4-9
Note: Upon completion of the adjustment of Guide
Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig. 5-4-3), check the X
Value by pushing the CH UP or DOWN buttons alternately, to check the symmetry of the envelope. Check
the number of pushes to ensure center position. The
number of pushes CH UP button to achieve 1/2 level
of envelope should match the number of pushes CH
DOWN button from center. If required, redo the “X
Value Alignment.”
1-D. Azimuth Alignment of Audio/Control/
Erase Head
Purpose:
To correct the Azimuth alignment so that the Audio/
Control/Erase Head meets tape tracks properly.
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the position of the Audio/Control/Erase Head is not
properly aligned, the Audio S/N Ratio or Frequency
Response will be poor.
1. Connect the oscilloscope to the audio output jack
on the rear side of the deck.
2. Playback the alignment tape (MH-2) and confirm
that the audio signal output level is 8kHz.
3. Adjust Azimuth Adj. Screw so that the output level
on the AC Voltmeter or the waveform on the oscilloscope is at maximum. (Fig. 5-4-6)
Fig. 5-4-7
5-7
6
EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
6-1 EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1-1 Cabinet Section
2L041
001
5
2L071
2L041
DVD MAIN CBA
[CBA REPLACEMENT (ORDER FORMAT)]
2L071
2L071
2L071
A2
2L041
2L071
2L041
C
L1-A
2L041
L1-B
1B2
DVD MECHANISM
[UNIT REPLACEMENT (ORDER FORMAT)]
B
4
SENSOR CBA
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2L033
2L021
A
JACK CBA
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2L041
2L021
2L035
A'
C'
A20
2L033
B'
POWER SUPPLY CBA
[COMPONENT REPLACEMENT]
2L032
2L011
2B46
JW009
2L041
2B15
2L021
2L054
SENSOR CBA
3
2L031
F1001
2L051
DVD OPEN/CLOSE CBA
2B2
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2L053
2L061
2L052
2L031
2L053
2L051
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
AFV CBA
2L091
2L054
2L062
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
MAIN CBA
2L011
2L011
2L061
2L052
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2L011
2L062
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2L032
2L012
FUNCTION CBA
2L081
JUNCTION CBA
2
[COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT]
2B15
2L011
2L081
2B3
2L081
A1X
A4
2L082
1
2L034
A29
A29
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
6-1
6-1-2 Deck Mechanism View 1 Section
6-1-3 Deck Mechanism View 2 Section
Mark
Mark
B2
4
Description
Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D (Blue grease)
SLIDUS OIL #150
4
B587
B487
B521
B591
B416
B590
B499
B35
B574
L1467 B494
L1191
B9
B10
B73
B148
B573
B508
B585
B553
Description
Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D
(Blue grease)
SLIDUS OIL #150
SANKOUL FG84M (Yellow grease)
B411
B592
B3
L1406
B518
B564
B567
B522
3
3
L1053
B414
B31
B572
B410
B74
B565
L1151
L1051
B525
B417
B584
Chassis Assembly
Top View (Lubricating Point)
2
B568
2
B578
B501
B491
B133
B579
B551
B513
B582
L1450
B580
L1450
B12
Bottom Side (Grease point)
A
B583
B121
B126
B11
Bottom Side
(Grease point)
L1466
B579
B581
B488
1
B571
B559
B8
B492
B37
1
B86
View
for A
B516
B507
B52
Chassis Assembly
Bottom View (Lubricating Point)
H
6-2
I
J
K
L
M
6-1-4 Deck Mechanism View 3 Section
Mark
L1321
B347
Description
Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D (Blue grease)
SLIDUS OIL #150
L1321
4
B355
B354
B483
3
B425
B482
B562
B300
B563
B313
B529
B360
B359
2
B361
B555
1
B303
B514
N
O
P
6-3
6-2 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
6-2-1 Mechanical Parts List
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
A1X
A1X
A2
FRONT ASSEMBLY [DV-PF3E]
FRONT ASSEMBLY [DV-PF3E(UK)]
TOP COVER
B148
B300
B303
B313
B347
A4
A4
A20
A29
1B2
PANEL, REAR [DV-PF3E]
PANEL, REAR [DV-PF3E(UK)]
PANEL, TRAY
FOOT
DVD DRIVE ASSY
B354
B355
B359
B360
B361
SLIDER(TU)
SLIDER(SP)
CLEANER LEVER
CLEANER ROLLER
CL POST
2B2
2B3
2B15
2B46
2L011
TOP BRACKET
SIDE BRACKET
BUSH, LED(F)
ROHM HOLDER
SCREW (3X8)
B410
B411
B414
B416
B417
PINCH ARM ASSEMBLY(1)
PINCH SPRING
M BRAKE(SP) ASSEMBLY(HI)
M BRAKE(TU) ASSEMBLY(HI)
TENSION SPRING
2L012
2L021
2L031
2L032
2L033
SCREW (M3X8)
SCREW (M3X26)
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X5)
B425
B482
B483
B487
B488
LOCK LEVER SPRING
CASSETTE PLATE
LOCK LEVER
BAND BRAKE(SP)
MODE LEVER(HI)
2L034
2L035
2L041
2L051
2L052
SCREW (M3X6)
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X6)
SCREW (M3X6)
B491
B492
B494
B499
B501
CAM GEAR(A)(HI)
MODE GEAR(LM)
CASSETTE DOOR OPENER
T LEVER HOLDER
WORM HOLDER
2L053
2L054
2L061
2L062
2L071
SCREW (M3X8)
SCREW (M3X6)
SCREW (M3X8)
SCREW (M3X8)
SCREW (M3X10)
B507
B508
B513
B514
B516
REEL WASHER
BRAKE SPRING(S)
CAM WASHER
SCREW RACK
REEL WASHER
2L081
2L082
2L091
B2
B3
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X5)
SCREW (M3X8)
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
LOADING MOTOR ASSEMBLY
B518
B521
B522
B525
B529
WASHER
REV BRAKE SPG(HI)
TG POST ASSEMBLY
LDG BELT
CLEANER ASSEMBLY
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
PULLEY ASSEMBLY(HI)
MOVING GUIDE (S)
MOVING GUIDE (T)
LOADING ARM(TU) ASSEMBLY
LOADING ARM(SP) ASSEMBLY
B551
B553
B555
B559
B562
FF ARM(HI)
REV SPRING
RACK ASSEMBLY
CLUTCH ASSEMBLY(HI)
CASSETTE DRIVE LEVER(SP)
B31
B35
B37
B52
B73
AC HEAD ASSEMBLY
TAPE GUIDE ARM ASSEMBLY
CAPSTAN MOTOR
CAP BELT
FE HEAD ASSEMBLY
B563
B564
B565
B567
B568
SLIDER SHAFT
M GEAR(HI)
SENSOR GEAR(HI)
PINCH ARM(B)
BT ARM
B74
B86
B121
B126
B133
PRISM
F BRAKE ASSEMBLY(HI)
WORM
PULLEY
IDLER ASSEMBLY(HI)
B571
B572
B573
B574
B578
WASHER
WASHER
REEL S
REEL T
TR GEAR A
MECHANISM SECTION
6-4
SYMBOL-NO
TG CAP
CASSETTE DRIVE LEVER(TU)
F DOOR OPENER
CASSETTE DRIVE SPRING
GUIDE HOLDER A
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
B579
B580
B581
B582
B583
TR GEAR B
TR GEAR C
CENTER GEAR
TR GEAR SPRING
CAM WASHER
B584
B585
B587
B590
B591
TR GEAR SHAFT
PSW
TENSION LEVER ASSEMBLY
BRAKE ARM(TU)
BAND BRAKE(TU)
B592
L1051
L1053
L1151
L1191
TG POST
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
L1321
L1406
L1450
L1466
L1467
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW (M2.6X5)
SCREW (M2.6X6)
SCREW (M2.6X5)
L1-A
L1-B
001
SCREW 3X8
SCREW 3X8
PWB ASSY DVD MAIN
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
ACCESSORIES
X1
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT [DV-PF3E]
X1
X3
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT [DV-PF3E(UK)]
RF CORD PAL
6-5
6-2-2 Electrical Parts List
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
Note: Although some parts in the schematic diagrams have different names from those in
the parts list, there is no problem in replacing parts.
DESCRIPTION
SYMBOL-NO
RESISTOR
VR501
CARBON P.O.T. 100K OHM B
SEMI-CONDUCTORS
6-6
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
D1004
D1006
D1008
D1011
D1012
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE ERB81-004
RECTIFIER DIODE BA159
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
D2
D013
D015
D016
D017
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERA18-04
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6C
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE SB340
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-778.2A
D1016
D1017
D1018
D1022
D1024
RECTIFIER DIODE FR101
ZENER DIODE DZ-20BSBT265
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
D018
D051
D052
D053
D054
FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERA18-04
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7710B
D1025
D1026
D1030
D1052
D1053
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.1BSBT265
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE SB340
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE SB140
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
D056
D057
D101
D102
D103
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7733D
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
D1054
D1055
D1057
D1060
D1301
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B
D104
D105
D106
D107
D108
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
D1401
D1402
IC1
IC301
IC451
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
IC MSP3417G-QG-B8
IC LA71750AM-MTB
IC LA72648M
D109
D110
D112
D113
D115
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
IC501
IC502
IC611
IC612
IC631
IC M37762MCA-AB0GP/QSZAA0RMB158
IC BR24C02F-W
V.F.D. 7-BT-292GN
IC PT6315-S(-TP)
IC LC74793JM-TRM
D118
D119
D121
D301
D501
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
ZENER DIODE DZ-11BSAT265
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
LED(RED) 204HD/E
IC751
IC1001
IC1051
IC1052
IC1201
IC TC4053BF(N)
PHOTOCOUPLER EL817B
VOLTAGE REGULATOR PQ070XF01SZ
VOLTAGE REGULATOR PQ070XF01SZ
IC KIA4558P
D502
D503
D504
D510
D511
LED(GREEN) 204-10GD/S957
LED(GREEN) 204-10GD/S957
LED(RED) 204HD/E
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
ZENER DIODE DZ-7.5BSAT265
IC1204
IC1402
Q051
Q052
Q053
IC 0C-0805T*002
IC MM1567AJBE
TRANSISTOR KTA1281(Y)
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
TRANSISTOR KRA104M
D512
D555
D592
D593
D611
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
LED SIR-563ST3F Q
LED(RED) 204HD/E
LED(RED) 204HD/E
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
Q054
Q055
Q056
Q057
Q058
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3205(Y)
TRANSISTOR KRA103M
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
D701
D751
D1001
D1002
D1003
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7733D
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-778.2A
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
RECTIFIER DIODE 1N4005
Q059
Q103
Q104
Q105
Q107
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
!
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
Q108
Q301
Q302
Q403
Q404
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
L501
L503
L701
L703
L704
INDUCTOR 100UH
INDUCTOR 1.8UH
INDUCTOR 15UH
CHOKE COIL 47UH
INDUCTOR 10UH-K
Q405
Q406
Q502
Q503
Q504
TRANSISTOR KRA103M
TRANSISTOR KTC3875Y-RTK
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12
L1001
L1002
L1009
L1010
L1011
BEAD CORE
BEAD CORE
CHOKE COIL 47UH
CHOKE COIL 47UH
CHOKE COIL 47UH
Q506
Q507
Q508
Q509
Q510
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
L1012
L1251
L1351
L1521
L2001
CHOKE COIL 47UH
INDUCTOR 0.47UH
INDUCTOR 100UH
CHOKE COIL 47UH
INDUCTOR 100UH
Q511
Q513
Q514
Q515
Q752
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(BL)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(BL)
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
Q1003
Q1008
Q1009
Q1052
Q1053
CRYSTALS
X1
X301
X501
X'TAL 18.432MHZ
X'TAL 4.433619MHZ
X'TAL 12.000MHZ
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTA1267(Y)
X502
X'TAL 32.768KHZ(20PPM)
CN1
ANGLE PIN HEADER (9P)
Q1054
Q1055
Q1201
Q1202
Q1203
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
CN701
CN1051
CN1601
F1001
FH1001
AFV PCB ASSEMBLY
FMN CONNECTOR (22P)
FMN CONNECTOR (18P)
FUSE T1.6AL/250V
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015
Q1204
Q1351
Q1352
Q1502
Q1505
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(Y)
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
TRANSISTOR KRC103M
FH1002
JK751
JK752
JK1202
JK1401
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015
RCA JACK
RCA JACK
RCA JACK
S TYPE JACK
FLAT CABLE, 2P
PHOTO INTERRUPTER RPI-302C70
REMOTE RECEIVER PIC-37043LU
TACT SWITCH
LEAF SWITCH
COILS
MISCELLANEOUS
!
L1
L3
L4
INDUCTOR 10UH-K-26T
INDUCTOR 18UH-K-26T
INDUCTOR 10UH-K-26T
JW009
PS502
RM2001
SW501
SW506
L013
L052
L053
L101
L102
CHOKE COIL 47UH-K
CHOKE COIL 47UH-K
INDUCTOR 100UH-K-26T
BEAD CORE
BEAD CORE
SW507
SW591
SW592
SW593
SW594
ROTARY MODE SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
L251
L302
L401
L402
L451
INDUCTOR 5.6UH
INDUCTOR 100UH
CHOKE COIL 47UH
INDUCTOR 47UH-K
INDUCTOR 47UH-K
SW595
SW601
SW602
SW603
SW2020
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
6-7
SYMBOL-NO
SW2021
SW2022
TU701
TU701
6-8
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TUNER UNIT TMDG2-631A [DV-PF3E]
TUNER UNIT TMDG2-632A [DV-PF3E(UK)]
SYMBOL-NO
P-NO
DESCRIPTION
THE UPDATED PARTS LIST
FOR THIS MODEL IS
AVAILABLE ON ESTA
SCHEMATIC, CIRCUIT BOARD AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS
1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / CBA’S AND TEST POINTS
Standard Notes
Notes:
WARNING
1. Do not use the part number shown on these drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown
in the parts list, and may be slightly different or
amended since these drawings were prepared.
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis
have special characteristics. These characteristics
often pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by
them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage,
etc. Replacement parts that have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this manual and its
supplements; electrical components having such features are identified by the mark " ! " in the schematic
diagram and the parts list. Before replacing any of
these components, read the parts list in this manual
carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts that
do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire, or other
hazards.
Capacitor Temperature Markings
Mark
Capacity
change rate
Standard
temperature
Temperature
range
(B)
±10%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(F)
+30 - 80%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(SR)
±15%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(Z)
+30 - 80%
20°C
-10~+70°C
2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms
(K=103, M=106).
3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless otherwise specified.
4. All capacitance values are indicated in µF
(P=10-6 µF).
5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise
specified.
6. Electrical parts such as capacitors, connectors,
diodes, IC’s, transistors, resistors, switches, and
fuses are identified by four digits. The first two digits are not shown for each component. In each
block of the diagram, there is a note such as shown
below to indicate these abbreviated two digits.
Capacitors and transistors are represented by the following symbols.
CBA Symbols
Schematic Diagram Symbols
Digital Transistor
(Top View) (Bottom View)
+
Electrolytic Capacitor
(Bottom View)
Transistor or Digital Transistor
E
C
B
(Top View)
(Top View)
PNP Transistor
NPN Transistor
ECB
ECB
(Top View)
(Top View)
PNP Digital
Transistor
NPN Digital Transistor
ECB
ECB
1
LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON THE FOLLOWING
PAGES:
1. CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective
before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the
power supply circuit to fail.
3. Note:
(1) Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts
list, and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.
(2) To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are
listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.
4. Wire Connectors
(1) Prefix symbol "CN" means "connector" (can disconnect and reconnect).
(2) Prefix symbol "CL" means "wire-solder holes of the PCB" (wire is soldered directly).
5. Voltage indications for PLAY and REC modes on the schematics are as shown below:
< DVD Section >
1
2
5.0
3
5.0
(2.5)
< VCR Section >
PLAY mode
STOP mode
The same voltage for
both PLAY & STOP modes Indicates that the voltage
is not consistent here.
1
2
5.0
The same voltage for
both PLAY, REC & DVD
modes
Unit: Volts
PLAY mode
REC mode
DVD mode
3
5.0
(2.5)
< >
Indicates that the voltage
is not consistent here.
6. How to read converged lines
1-D3
Distinction Area
Line Number
(1 to 3 digits)
3
AREA D3
1-B1
AREA B1
2
Examples:
1. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to area "D3".
2. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to area "B1".
1-D3
1
A
7. Test Point Information
: Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the PCB.
: Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side.
: Used to indicate a test point with no test pin.
: Used to indicate a test point with a test pin.
2
B
C
D
2 WIRING DIAGRAMS
2-1 VCR Section
REAR
FRONT
VIDEO
IN
CL591
1
2
FUNCTION CBA
3
4
AUDIO
OUT(R)
CL505
1
2
3
4
JW007
GND
KEY-1
AL+5V(1)
POWER-LED
ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY
AUDIO
ERASE HEAD
1
AUDIO HEAD
CONTROL HEAD
3
CL287
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
A-COM
A-PB/REC
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
CL504
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
A-COM
A-PB/REC
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
FE HEAD
CL501
2 FE-H
1 FE-H GND
FULL
ERASE HEAD
M
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
PG
SENSOR
DRUM
MOTOR
VIDEO
(R)1
HEAD
VIDEO
(L)1
HEAD
VIDEO
(L)2
HEAD
VIDEO
(R)2
HEAD
Hi-Fi AUDIO
(R) HEAD
Hi-Fi AUDIO
(L) HEAD
LOADING
MOTOR
CAPSTAN
MOTOR
M
M
CAPSTAN
MOTOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CL502
AL+20.5V/+12V
P-ON+5V
C-FG
C-F/R
C-CONT
GND
LM-FWD/REV
D-CONT
D-PFG
GND
AL+12V(2)
P-ON+15V
CL251
V(R)-1
V-COM
V(L)-1
V(L)-2
V-COM
V(R)-2
Hi-Fi-A(R)
Hi-Fi-COM
Hi-Fi-A(L)
S-VIDEO
OUT
CL001
AL+44V
GND
AL+12V
GND
1
2
3
4
AL+5V(P-DOWN) 5
AL+5V 6
GND 7
AL+20.5V 8
GND 9
CL002
AL-30V 1
GND 2
AL+1.5V 3
GND 4
AL+3.3V 5
GND 6
P-OFF-H 7
F2 8
F1 9
JK101
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
AUDIO
OUT (L)
19
21
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
JW005
JW006
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
CL001
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CL002
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AUDIO
OUT (R)
AUDIO
OUT (L)
CN003
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
ANT-IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
CN050
AL+44V
GND
AL+12V
GND
AL+5V(P-DOWN)
AL+5V
GND
AL+20.5V
GND
AL-30V
GND
AL+1.5V
GND
AL+3.3V
GND
P-OFF-H
F2
F1
ANT-OUT
CN1051
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+3.3V
EV+3.3V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
P-ON+5V
EV+9V
EV+9V
FP-STB
P-ON+3.3V
FP-DIN
PWRCON
OUT-SEL
FP-CLK
REMOTE-DVD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TO DVD MAIN
11
CBA CN401
12 (JW001)
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
TO WIRING
DIAGRAM
<DVD SECTION>
20
POWER SUPPLY CBA
JUNCTION CBA
CL2016
JW009
1 OPEN/CLOSE
2 GND
DVD
OPEN/ CLOSE
CBA
AC CORD
CL2015
1
2
JACK CBA
CL2017
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
JW008
A-OUT2(R)
A-OUT2(L)
GND
A-IN2(R)
A-IN2(L)
SC2-IN
AL+12V
V-OUT2
GND
V-IN2
CL2018
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
JK1402
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
2
4
6
8
10
CN1
1
2
3
4
AFV CBA
5
6
7
8
9
12
14
16
SENSOR CBA
18
20
SENSOR CBA
NU
SIF
GND
TU-AUDIO(R)
TU-AUDIO(L)
P-ON+5V
P-ON+5V
IIC-BUS SCL
IIC-BUS SDA
CN701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CN1601
VIDEO-Y
ASPECT
VIDEO-R
GND
VIDEO-B
GND
VIDEO-G
GND
VIDEO-C
GND
GND
DVD-A-MUTE
DVD-A(L)
DVD-A(L)-MUTE
DVD-A(R)
DVD-A(R)-MUTE
AUDIO+5V
SPDIF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8 TO DVD MAIN
9 CBA CN601
10 (JW002)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
CN2014
PLAY
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
1
TO DVD MAIN
2
CBA CN302
3 (JW003)
4
MAIN CBA
3
2-2 DVD Section
DVD MECHANISM
CN401
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+3.3V
EV+3.3V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
P-ON+5V
EV+9V
EV+9V
FP-STB
P-ON+3.3V
FP-DIN
PWRCON
OUT-SEL
FP-CLK
REMOTE-DVD
FG
SENSOR
TRAY-OUT
FG CBA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TRAY-IN
SPINDLE
MOTOR
M
SLED
MOTOR
M
CN301
FG-IN
P-ON+3.3V(D)
SP(+)
SP(-)
TRAY-OUT
TRAY-IN
GND
SL(-)
SL(+)
DRIVE CBA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
TO MAIN CBA
12
CN1051
13 (JW001)
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
DVD MAIN CBA
11
2
3
DETECTOR 5
6
4
7
TS
PICK UP UNIT
4
FS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CN201
GND
E
P-ON+5V
VREF
B
C
D
A
CD/DVD
F
GND(LD)
CD-LD
PD-MONI
DVD-LD
GND(DVD-PD)
GND(CD-PD)
TS(-)
FS(+)
FS(-)
TS(+)
CN601
VODEO-Y
ASPECT
VIDEO-R
GND
VIDEO-B
GND
VIDEO-G
GND
VIDEO-C
GND
GND
DVD-A-MUTE
DVD-A(L)
DVD-A(L)-MUTE
DVD-A(R)
DVD-A(R)-MUTE
AUDIO+5V
SPDIF
CN302
PLAY
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
TO WIRING
DIAGRAM
<VCR SECTION>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 TO MAIN CBA
10 CN1601
(JW002)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
TO MAIN CBA
CN2014
(JW003)
2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
2-1 Main 1/11 Schematic Diagram
3
3-2 Main 2/10 & Sensor Schematic Diagrams
* 1 Note:
When it is necessary to replace one or more of the following Diodes,
all four should be replaced: D501, D502, D503, D504.
6
3-3 Main 3/10 Schematic Diagram
7
3-4 Main 4/10 Schematic Diagram
8
3-5 Main 5/10 Schematic Diagram
9
3-6 Main 6/10 Schematic Diagram
10
3-7 Main 7/10 Schematic Diagrams
11
3-8 Main 8/10 & DVD OPEN/ CLOSE Schematic Diagram
12
3-9 Main 9/10 Schematic Diagrams
13
3-10 Main 10/10 Schematic Diagram
14
3-11 Power Supply & Junction Schematic Diagrams
CAUTION !
For continued protection against fire hazard,
replace only with the same type fuse.
NOTE :
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage ( or Auto voltage selectable ) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
15
3-12 Jack Schematic Diagram
16
3-13 Function Schematic Diagrams
* 2 Note:
When it is necessary to replace one or more of the following Diodes,
all one should be replaced: D592, D593.
17
3-14 AFV Schematic Diagram
18
3-15 DVD Main 1/3 Schematic Diagram
19
3-16 DVD Main 2/3 Schematic Diagram
20
IC101 VOLTAGE CHART
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
PIN.NO PLAY
STOP
1
3.3
3.3
33
2.2
2.9
65
0.1
0.1
97
3.4
3.4
129
2.0
2.0
161
0.5
0.5
193
~
~
225
1.9
1.9
2
~
~
34
~
~
66
1.2
2.5
98
1.6
1.6
130
2.2
2.2
162
1.4
1.4
194
0
0
226
3.3
3.3
3
~
~
35
~
~
67
1.6
1.6
99
0
0
131
2.3
2.3
163
-----
-----
195
3.3
3.3
227
~
~
4
0
0
36
~
~
68
3.4
3.4
100
-----
-----
132
0.4
0.1
164
0.9
0.9
196
~
~
228
~
~
5
~
~
37
~
~
69
0
0
101
-----
-----
133
1.2
0.4
165
3.3
3.3
197
~
~
229
~
~
6
~
~
38
0.3
0.5
70
1.7
1.7
102
-----
-----
134
0.4
0.1
166
1.5
1.5
198
0
0
230
0
0
7
3.3
3.3
39
0.1
0.1
71
2.4
1.7
103
-----
-----
135
0.2
0.2
167
0
0
199
~
~
231
-----
-----
8
~
~
40
~
~
72
-----
-----
104
3.3
3.3
136
2.3
2.3
168
2.1
2.1
200
~
~
232
3.3
3.3
9
~
~
41
~
~
73
-----
-----
105
0.9
0.9
137
1.7
1.7
169
0
0
201
~
~
233
3.3
3.3
10
~
~
42
3.3
3.3
74
-----
-----
106
0
0
138
0
0
170
0.8
0.8
202
3.3
3.3
234
1.6
1.6
11
0
0
43
0
0
75
3.4
3.4
107
0.8
0.8
139
1.7
1.7
171
3.3
3.3
203
~
~
235
~
~
12
~
~
44
~
~
76
-----
-----
108
1.6
1.6
140
1.7
1.7
172
1.6
1.6
204
~
~
236
0
0
13
~
~
45
~
~
77
-----
-----
109
2.1
2.1
141
1.7
1.7
173
-----
-----
205
~
~
237
1.7
1.7
14
3.3
3.3
46
2.0
2.6
78
0.1
0.1
110
2.6
2.6
142
1.7
1.7
174
1.8
1.8
206
0
0
238
3.0
3.0
15
1.5
1.5
47
3.3
3.4
79
3.3
3.3
111
2.0
2.0
143
0.5
0.5
175
1.7
1.7
207
2.4
3.5
239
3.3
3.3
16
0
0
48
3.2
3.4
80
0
0
112
0.7
0.9
144
1.6
1.6
176
1.4
0.1
208
2.4
2.1
240
3.3
3.3
17
3.4
3.4
49
-----
-----
81
-----
-----
113
0
0
145
3.3
3.3
177
0
0
209
3.3
3.3
241
0
0
18
3.4
3.4
50
3.4
3.4
82
-----
-----
114
1.8
1.8
146
0
0
178
-----
-----
210
~
~
242
3.2
3.2
19
~
~
51
3.4
3.4
83
-----
-----
115
1.4
1.4
147
-----
-----
179
-----
-----
211
0
0
243
2.4
2.1
20
~
~
52
-----
-----
84
-----
-----
116
0.3
0.3
148
-----
-----
180
-----
-----
212
~
~
244
1.5
1.5
21
~
~
53
3.4
3.4
85
-----
-----
117
1.6
1.6
149
3.3
3.3
181
1.7
1.7
213
1.5
1.5
245
0
0
22
~
~
54
3.4
3.4
86
-----
-----
118
3.3
3.3
150
1.7
1.7
182
3.3
3.3
214
~
~
246
2.4
2.1
23
3.3
3.3
55
3.3
3.3
87
-----
-----
119
0
0
151
0
0
183
0
0
215
0
0
247
~
~
24
0
0
56
3.3
3.3
88
-----
-----
120
1.9
1.9
152
1.7
1.7
184
~
~
216
~
~
248
0
0
25
0.4
0.4
57
0
0
89
-----
-----
121
1.9
1.9
153
3.3
3.3
185
~
~
217
~
~
249
~
~
26
0.9
0.6
58
0
0
90
-----
-----
122
2.4
2.4
154
1.4
1.4
186
1.5
1.5
218
3.3
3.3
250
3.3
3.3
27
~
~
59
3.3
3.3
91
3.3
3.3
123
2.4
2.4
155
0
0
187
~
~
219
~
~
251
~
~
28
~
~
60
3.4
3.4
92
1.7
1.5
124
2.4
2.4
156
2.2
2.2
188
~
~
220
~
~
252
~
~
29
3.3
3.3
61
3.1
3.1
93
0
0
125
2.4
2.4
157
3.3
3.3
189
3.3
3.3
221
0
0
253
~
~
30
0
0
62
3.2
3.4
94
-----
-----
126
2.0
2.0
158
0.7
0.7
190
~
~
222
1.5
1.5
254
0
0
31
~
~
63
3.4
3.4
95
3.4
0.1
127
2.0
2.0
159
0
0
191
~
~
223
1.9
1.9
255
~
~
32
~
~
64
0.8
0.8
96
3.4
3.4
128
2.0
2.0
160
0.5
0.5
192
~
~
224
0
0
256
~
~
21
3-17 DVD Main 3/3 Schematic Diagram
22
4 WAVEFORMS
WF2 UPPER
(TP301 of Main CBA)
WF1 LOWER (TP504
C-PB
RF-SW
WF3 UPPER
10mV x 10
0.5V x 10
5msec
WF4
Pin 1 of CN1601
WF7
Pin 13 of CN1601
NOTE:
Input
CD: 1kHz PLAY
(WF7~WF9)
DVD: POWER ON (STOP) MODE
(WF4~WF6)
VIDEO-Y
0.2V
20µsec
AUDIO-L
1V
0.5msec
(TP751 of Main CBA)
WF1 LOWER (TP504
V-OUT
RF-SW
WF3
of Main CBA)
of Main CBA)
0.1V x 10
0.5V x 10
50usec
(TP751 of Main CBA)
V-OUT E-E
10usec
50mV x 10
WF5
Pin 9 of CN1601
VIDEO-C
WF6
0.2V
WF8
20µsec
Pin 31 of IC1402
VIDEO-CVBS
0.5V
AUDIO-R
WF9
20µsec
Pin 15 of CN1601
1V
Pin 18 of CN1601
SPDIF
1V
0.1µsec
23
5 CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS
5-1 Main CBA Top View & Sensor CBA Top View
Sensor CBA Top View
WF2
TP301
C-PB
WF3
TP751
V-OUT
VR501
SW-P
WF1
TP504
RF-SW
TP503
CTL
TP501
S-INH
24
5-2 Main CBA Bottom View
25
5-3 Function CBA Top/Bottom View & DVD OPEN/CLOSE CBA Top/Bottom View
Function CBA Top View
DVD OPEN/CLOSE CBA Top View
26
Function CBA Bottom View
DVD OPEN /CLOSE CBA Bottom View
5-4 Power Supply CBA Top/Bottom View & Junction CBA Top/Bottom View
Power Supply CBA Top View
Power Supply CBA Bottom View
CAUTION !
For continued protection against fire hazard,
replace only with the same type fuse.
NOTE :
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured
using hot GND as a common terminal.
Junction CBA Top View
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage ( or Auto voltage selectable ) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
BECAUSE A HOT CHASSIS GROUND IS PRESENT IN THE POWER
SUPPLY CIRCUIT , AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER MUST BE USED.
ALSO , IN ORDER TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO INCREASE THE INPUT
SLOWLY , WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING THIS TYPE POWER SUPPLY
CIRCUIT , A VARIABLE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
Junction CBA Bottom View
27
5-5 JACK CBA Top/Bottom View & AFV CBA Top/Bottom View
Jack CBA Top View
AFV CBA Top View
28
Jack CBA Bottom View
AFV CBA Bottom View
6 BLOCK DIAGRAMS
6-1 Servo/System Control Block Diagram
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
SW507
LD-SW
ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY
CL287
5
6
CONTROL
HEAD
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
CL504
5
6
KEY- 2 8
KEY- 1 7
POWER-LED 23
D555
S-LED
ST-S
Q506
T-REEL
9
95
94
10
4
80
79
PS502
LD-SW
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
ST-S
END-S
T-REEL
S-REEL
TIMER-LED 25
DVD-LED 29
VCR-LED 30
S-REEL
CL505
CL591
2 KEY-1
2
4 POWER-LED 4
Q507
KEY SWITCH
Q502
D501
TIMER
Q508
D502
DVD
Q509
D503
VCR
Q511
D504
REC
POWER
Q515
SENSOR CBA
TIMER+5V
AL+5V
DRV-DATA
DRV-STB
DRV-CLK
DVD-POWER
REMOTE-VIDEO
14 REMOTE-VIDEO
END-S
TO DVD SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
<DVD SECTION>
SENSOR CBA
34 RESET
RESET
Q503
Q510
68
69
70
21
5 SDA
6 SCL
84 FF/REW-L
VR501
SW-POINT
2 PG-DELAY
AL+5V
PG
SENSOR
CAPSTAN
MOTOR
M
M
M
31 REC-SAF-SW A-MUTE-H 83
SW506
REC-SAFETY
CAPSTAN MOTOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CL502
AL+20.5V/+12V
P-ON+5V
C-FG
C-F/R
C-CONT
GND
LM-FWD/REV
D-CONT
D-PFG
GND
AL+12V(2)
P-ON+15V
TO
POWER
SUPPLY
BLOCK
Hi-Fi-H-SW 19
A-MODE 32
AL+20.5V/+12V
P-ON+5V
87 C-FG
78 C-F/R
76 C-CONT
LINE-MUTE 82
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
81 LM-FWD/REV
DAVN-L
D-REC-H
77 D-CONT
RF-SW
90 D-PFG
C-ROTA
AL+12V(2)
P-ON+15V
C-POW-SW
P-ON-H
P-DOWN-L
P-OFF-H
TO DVD SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
<DVD SECTION>
IC502 (MEMORY)
AL+5V
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
DRV-DATA
DRV-STB
DRV-CLK
DVD-POWER
TP503
CTL
97 CTL
LOADING
MOTOR
FUNCTION CBA
D592,
D593
REC-LED 26
DRUM
MOTOR
TP501 S-INH
KEY
SWITCH
AL+5V
AL+5V
TP502
END-S
Q504
IC501
(SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL)
MAIN CBA
AL+5V
66
67
86
73
D-V-SYNC
H-A-SW
H-A-COMP
C-POW
V-ENV
-SW
P-ON-H OUTPUT-SELECT
P-DOWN-L
C-SYNC
P-OFF-H
72
71
20
33
18
15
13
16
17
6
74
58
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
A-MUTE-H
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
Hi-Fi-H-SW
A-MODE
OUTPUT SELECT
LINE-MUTE
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
DAVN-L
D-REC-H
RF-SW
C-ROTA
D-V-SYNC
H-A-SW
H-A-COMP
V-ENV
OUTPUT-SELECT
C-SYNC
TO
AUDIO BLOCK
TO
Hi-Fi AUDIO
BLOCK
TO
VIDEO BLOCK
29
6-2 Video Block Diagram
REC-VIDEO SIGNAL
PB-VIDEO SIGNAL
DVD VIDEO SIGNAL
MODE: SP/REC
MAIN CBA
IC631 (VPS)
DAVN-L
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
VPS-V
DAVN-L
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
14
6
7
16
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
IC501 (OSD)
Q301
BUFFER
52
TU701
VIDEO 6
TU-VIDEO 24
OSD
CHARACTER
MIX
50
IC301
(Y/C SIGNAL PROCESS)
68 69
65
46
78
43
79
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
SERIAL
DECORDER
Y. DELAY
JK752
V-IN-F
48
50
52
54
56
TUNER
IN1
LUMINANCE
SIGNAL
PROCESS
AGC
BYPASS
R
IN2
P
SP
EP
SP
HEAD
AMP
FRT
96
95
94
93
IN2
CL251
V(R)-1
V-COM
V(L)-1
V(L)-2
V-COM
V(R)-2
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
1
2
3
4
5
6
VIDEO (R)-1
HEAD
VIDEO (L)-1
HEAD
VIDEO (L)-2
HEAD
VIDEO (R)-2
HEAD
FRT
PB/EE
CHARA.
INS.
MUTE
TO DVD VIDEO
/AUDIO BLOCK
<DVD SECTION>
DVD-VIDEO
TUNER
Y
CCD 1H DELAY
1/2
IN1
PB/EE
JK101
MUTE
V-OUT1 19
20
V-IN1
JK1402
V-OUT2 19
V-IN2 20
CL2018
R
BUFFER
Q103
JACK CBA
8 V-OUT2
10 V-IN2
CL2017
8
10
61
63
58
59
PR
P
Y/C
MIX
VXO
28
29
21
BUFFER
IC751 (SW)
DVD
5
VCR
4
3
SW CTL
9 10 11
30
P
AGC
Q104
D-REC-H 80
CHROMINANCE
SIGNAL
PROCESS
FBC
R
REC FM
AGC
+
C
X301
4.43MHz
WF3
Q752
TP301
C-PB
WF2
TP751
V-OUT
OUTPUT-SELECT
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
EP
HEAD
AMP
90
89
88
87
RF-SW/C-ROTA
D-V-SYNC
H-A-SW
H-A-COMP
V-ENV
C-SYNC
70
62
71
83
84
67
WF1
TP504
RF-SW
D-REC-H
RF-SW
C-ROTA
D-V-SYNC
H-A-SW
H-A-COMP
V-ENV
C-SYNC
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
6-3 Audio Block Diagram
PB-AUDIO SIGNAL
REC-AUDIO SIGNAL
Mode : SP/REC
MAIN CBA
TO Hi-Fi
AUDIO BLOCK
N-A-PB
N-A-REC
IC301
(AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESS)
13
15
IN1
TUNER
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
R
EQ
AMP
8
9
IN2
ALC
DET
INV
PB-ON
5
6
17
ATT
ALC
12
LINE
AMP
11
MUTE
P
SP/LP-ON
+5V
7
ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY
CL287
A-PB/REC
A-COM
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
AUDIO
HEAD
AUDIO
ERASE
HEAD
4
3
1
2
4
3
1
2
CL504
A-PB/REC
A-COM
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
REC-ON
Q404
Q403
BIAS
OSC
1
2
AUTO
BIAS
3
100
REC
AMP
Q406
FE HEAD
FULL
ERASE
HEAD
CL501
2 FE-H
1 FE-H-GND
SWITCHING
Q405 D-REC-OFF
AUDIO HD-SW
CONTROL
16
SERIAL
DECODER
68 69
71
+5V
Q401
(PB=ON)
A-MUTE-H
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
31
6-4 Hi-Fi Audio Block Diagram
PB-AUDIO SIGNAL
JACK CBA
JK1402
A-IN2(R)
A-IN2(L)
A-OUT2(R)
A-OUT2(L)
2
6
1
3
MAIN CBA
CL2018
4
5
1
2
CL2017
4
5
1
2
A-IN2(R)
A-IN2(L)
A-OUT2(R)
A-OUT2(L)
Q107
BUFFER
SW CTL
9 10 11
1
3
2
6
Q752
OUTPUT-SELECT
DVD-A(R)
DVD-A(L)
TO SERVO
/SYSTEM
CONTROL
BLOCK
TO DVD VIDEO
/AUDIO BLOCK
<DVD SECTION>
IC451 (MTS/ SAP/ Hi-Fi AUDIO PROCESS/ Hi-Fi HEAD AMP)
JK751
67
65
A-OUT(R)
REAR
SW
A-OUT(L)
SW
ALC
ALC
62
70
61
71
R-CH
PNR
SW
NOISE
P
52
56
54
50
58
60
JK754
A-IN(R)-F
TU701
AUDIO 2
AFV CBA
TO AUDIO BLOCK
N-A-REC
N-A-PB
LIM
SERIAL
DATA
DECODER
37
38
DEV
VCO
LPF
DO
DET
21
ENV
DET
R-CH
INSEL
IIC-BUS SDA
IIC-BUS SCL
Q451
A-MODE
TO
SERVO/ SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
MUTE-ON
77
76
48
OUTPUT
SELECT
74
MUTE-ON
73
39
75
53
26
HOLD
PULSE
L-CH
INSEL
14
15
LIM
NOR
SW
78
80
R-CH
BPF
47
2
6
10
8
4
12
CN1
CN1
CN701
2
4 TU-AUDIO(R) 4
IF SINAL
PROCESS
5 TU-AUDIO(L) 5
COMP
R
JK753
A-IN(L)-F
32
VCR
1
DVD
2
15
JK101
CN701
SIF 22
2 SIF
Mode : SP/REC
IC751 (SW)
VCR
13
14
DVD
12
Q108
BUFFER
A-OUT1(R)
A-OUT1(L)
A-IN1(R)
A-IN1(L)
DVD AUDIO SIGNAL
REC-AUDIO SIGNAL
L-CH
PNR
DEV
NOISE
DET
MIX
VCO
LPF
COMP
Hi-Fi-H-SW
LINE-MUTE
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
CYLINDER
ASSEMBLY
R
P
SW
NOISE
COMP
L-CH
BPF
LIM
34
R
24
L
27
33
CL251
Hi-Fi-A(R) 7
Hi-Fi-COM 8
Hi-Fi-A(L) 9
Hi-Fi
AUDIO
(R)
HEAD
Hi-Fi
AUDIO
(L)
HEAD
6-5 Power Supply Block Diagram
CAUTION
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE T1.6AL/250V FUSE.
NOTE :
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable ) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F001) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.
Q053,Q054
SW+44V
P-ON+44V
P-ON+15V
T001
AC1001
F1001
L1003
T1.6AL/250V
LINE
FILTER
D001 - D004
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
CL001
1
3
5
6
8
20
2
19
4
AL+44V
AL+12V
AL+5V
AL+5V
AL+20.5V
CL001
1
3
5
6
8
18
17
Q1001
CN003
1
3
5
6
8
10
12
14
18
17
16
CN050
1
3
5
6
8
10
12
14
18
17
16
P-ON-H
<FROM PIN 67 OF IC501>
AL+12V
AL+12V
Q055
SW+9V
AL+9V
AL+5V
Q056
SW+5V
P-ON+5V
Q058
SW+5V
16
Q057
TIMER+5V
Q059
15
IC1051
Q1003
14
7
13
+1.5V
REG.
C-POW-SW
<FROM PIN 66 OF IC501>
+3.3V
REG.
IC1052
12
11
8
CL002
1
3
5
9
8
7
4
AL-30V
AL+1.5V
AL+3.3V
F1
F2
P-OFF-H
CL002
1
3
5
9
8
7
AL-30V
CN1051
1
2
3
4
5
13
14
15
17
19
Q1055
SW+5V
JUNCTION
CBA
IC1001
ERROR
VOLTAGE DET
Q1008
P-DOWN-L
<TO PIN 86 OF IC501>
AL+20.5V/+12V
Q051,Q052
SW+20.5V
Q1052
SW+3.3V
1
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+1.5V
EV+3.3V
EV+3.3V
P-ON+5V
EV+9V
EV+9V
P-ON+3.3V
PWRCON
EV+5V
3
DVD P-ON+5V
2
DVD P-ON+3.3V
HOT
SW+12V
Q1053,
Q1054
DVD P-ON+12V
-FL
F1
Q1009 REG
(SHUNT REGULATOR)
POWER SUPPLY CBA
COLD
MAIN CBA
F2
P-OFF-H
<TO PIN 73 OF IC501>
33
6-6 DVD System Control/Servo Block Diagram
FOCUS SERVO SIGNAL
SLED SERVO SIGNAL
TRACKING SERVO SIGNAL
SPINDLE SERVO SIGNAL
DVD OPEN/CLOSE SW CBA
IC101
(MICRO CONTROLLER)
SW2020
OPEN/CLOSE
CL2015
CL2016
2
2 GND
1 OPEN/CLOSE 1
172 EXT CLOCK
92 CLK33M
170 BE CLOCK
IC451
(CLOCK GENERATOR)
3
1/4
MULTI
PLL
15
1/4
PLL2
X451
36.864MHz
OSC
7
8
X'TAL
OSC
IC202
(OP AMP)
POFLT 114
10
AD2 146
FS
FS(+)
FS(-)
TS(+)
TS(-)
PICK-UP
UNIT
CN201
18
19
20
17
15
16
14
13
FOCUS
ACTUATOR
DRIVE
TRACKING
ACTUATOR
DRIVE
+
+
-
-
27
26
TRAY-IN
SPINDLE
MOTOR
DRIVE
SW2022
PLAY
95
51
50
96
SW2021
STOP
A-MUTE
ADAC-MD
ADAC-MC
ADAC-ML PLAY
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
48
47
61
94
CN302
1
2
3
4
PLAY
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
CN2014
1
2
3
4
152 FOCUS DRIVE
25
24
+
+
-
-
1
2
3
TRAY-OUT
12
11
17 FSEL
+
4
5
+
-
-
IC612
(FIP DRIVER)
150 TRACKING
DRIVE
M
CN3002
SP(+)
SP(-)
TRAY-OUT
TRAY-IN
GND
SL(-)
SL(+)
FG-IN
SLED
MOTOR
M
17
18
CN301
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
34
-
23
5
7G 17
71 SPDL
FP-STB
FP-DIN
FP-CLK
REMOTE-DVD
70 SLD
59
54
53
61
CN401
16
18
21
22
CN1001
FP-STB
16
FP-DIN
18
FP-CLK
21
REMOTE-DVD 22
2 FP-STB
28 FP-DIN
1 FP-CLK
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
GRID
FIP
SEGMENT
IC461
RESET 4
68 RESET
RM2001
IC202
(OP AMP)
12
DRIVE CBA
+
+3.3V
FG CBA
FG
SENSOR
SLED
MOTOR
DRIVE
IC611
1G 23
6
SPINDLE
MOTOR
FROM SERVO/SYSTEM
DVD-POWER CONTROL BLOCK
DIAGRAM
<VCR SECTION>
Q1505
~
14
PCM-SCLK
A-MUTE
ADAC-MD
ADAC-MC
ADAC-ML
IC301
(SERVO DRIVE)
TS
1
~
TO
DVD VIDEO/ AUDIO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
3
EV+3.3V
97 TRAY-OUT
60 TRAY-IN
66 FG-IN
14
DVD MAIN CBA
REMOTE
SENSOR
REMOTE-VIDEO
DRV-CLK
DRV-DATA
DRV-STB
MAIN CBA
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
DIAGRAM
<VCR SECTION>
6-7 Digital Signal Process Block Diagram
DATA(VIDEO/AUDIO) SIGNAL
IC102 (SDRAM)
IC101 (MICRO CONTROLLER)
2
13
184
205
247
256
EXTERNAL
MEMORY
I/F
~
SDRAM DATA(0-31)
ECC
SDRAM DATA(0-31)
DECODER
I/F
DATA
ROM
DSP
DECODER
STREAM
I/F
INST.
ROM
DATA
ROM
~
~
CD-LD
DVD-LD
PD-MONI
GND(DVD-PD)
GND(CD-PD)
GND(LD)
SDRAM ADDRESS(0-10)
~
2
13
31
56
74
85
~
235
~
DETECTOR
C
D
A
B
F
E
CD/DVD
210
~
60
66
SDRAM ADDRESS(0-10)
~
~
24
27
SDRAM
DATA(AUDIO) SIGNAL
DVD VIDEO SIGNAL
124
125
122
123
128
129
126
127
131
130
CN201
6
7
8
5
10
2
9
PIXEL
OPERATION
INST.
ROM
DATA
ROM
DMA
RF
SIGNAL
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
I/O
PROCESSOR
DVD/CD
FORMATTER
INST.
ROM
AUDIO
I/F
UMAC
BCU
SPDIF
181
PCM-BCK
175
PCM-DATA0
176
PCM-LRCLK
174
SERIAL
Q253,Q254
CN201
12
AMP
14
AMP
Q251,Q252
13
15
16
11
INST.
ROM
135
133
132
134
READ
MEMORY
32BIT
CPU
DATA
ROM
CPU
I/F
GENERAL
I/O
INTERRUPT
CONTROLLER
D/A
TIMER
INTERRUPT
CONTROLLER
TIMER
WATCH DOG
TIMER
D/A
VIDEO
I/F
WATCH DOG
TIMER
CPU
I/F
NTSC/PAL
ENCODER
CD
DVD
4
D/A
D/A
1 3
32BIT CPU
BCU
6
78 CD/DVD
IC201
(SW)
D/A
INST
CACHE
DEBUG
Y
C
R
G
B
163
164
161
158
160
VIDEO-Y
VIDEO-C
VIDEO-R
VIDEO-G
DATA
CACHE
IC103 (FLASH ROM)
EXT ADT (0-15)
IC105 (LATCH)
12
19
EXT ADR (16-19)
DVD MAIN CBA
9
D TYPE
LATCH
12
~
~
2
19
1
9
16
25
48
~
IC104 (LATCH)
EXT ADT (8-15)
FLASH
ROM
EXT ADR (0-7)
~
9
D TYPE
LATCH
~
~
2
29
36
38
45
~ ~
EXT ADT (0-15), EXT ADR (16-19)
EXT ADT (0-7)
TO DVD
VIDEO
/AUDIO
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
VIDEO-B
EXT ADT (0-15), EXT ADR (16-19)
PICK-UP
UNIT
TO DVD
VIDEO
/AUDIO
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
EXT ADR (8-15)
EXT ADR (0-15)
35
6-8 DVD Video / Audio Block Diagram
DVD VIDEO SIGNAL
6
4dB
AMP
LPF
WF5
FROM DIGITAL
SIGNAL PROCESS
BLOCK DIAGRAM
CN601
1
9
3
7
5
CN1601
1
9
3
7
5
VIDEO-Y
VIDEO-C
VIDEO-R
VIDEO-G
VIDEO-B
DVD AUDIO SIGNAL
IC1402 (VIDEO DRIVER)
WF4
VIDEO-Y
VIDEO-C
VIDEO-R
VIDEO-G
VIDEO-B
DATA(AUDIO) SIGNAL
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
28
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
31
2
4dB
AMP
LPF
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
33
14
4dB
AMP
LPF
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
22
16
4dB
AMP
LPF
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
19
12
4dB
AMP
LPF
2dB
AMP
DRIVER
25
Y
WF6
3
C
4
1
JK1401
S-VIDEO OUT
2
DVD-VIDEO TO VIDEO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
<VCR SECTION>
JK101
15
DVD-R
11
DVD-G
7
DVD-B
IC1204
FIBER OPTIC
TRANS MODULE
3
IC601 (AUDIO DAC)
FROM
DIGITAL
SIGNAL
PROCESS
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
SPDIF
PCM-BCK
PCM-DATA0
PCM-LRCLK
ADAC-MD
ADAC-MC
ADAC-ML
FROM
DVD
SYSTEM
CONTROL
/SERVO
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
1
2
3
SERIAL
PORT
4X/8X
OVERSAMPLING
DIGITAL FILTER
/FUNCTION
CONTROLLER
ENPHANCED
MULTI-LEVEL
DELTA-SIGMA
MODULATOR
ZERO DETECT
13
14
15
SERIAL
CONTROL
SYSTEM CLOCK
LPF+AMP
DAC
LPF+AMP
L-CH
R-CH
8
12
11
JK1202
Q1351
BUFFER
7
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
WF9
CN601
18
13
15
14
16
12
CN1601
18
SPDIF
DVD-A(L)
13
DVD-A(R)
15
DVD-A(L)-MUTE 14
DVD-A(R)-MUTE 16
DVD-A-MUTE 12
IC1201 (AMP)
WF7
WF8
3
2
1
6
5
7
DVD-A(L) TO
AUDIO
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
<VCR
DVD-A(R) SECTION>
VREF
Q1202
16
PCM-SCLK
A-MUTE
Q1204
Q1201
+3.3V
DVD MAIN CBA
36
DAC
Q1203
+3.3V
MAIN CBA
7 SYSTEM CONTROL TIMING CHARTS
[ VCR Section ]
Mode SW : LD-SW
LD-SW Position detection
A/D Input voltage Limit
(Calculated voltage)
Symbol
3.76V~4.50V
(4.12V)
EJ
4.51V~5.00V
(5.00V)
CL
0.00V~0.25V
(0.00V)
SB
1.06V~1.50V
(1.21V)
TL
0.66V~1.05V
(0.91V)
FB
1.99V~2.60V
(2.17V)
SF
1.51V~1.98V
(1.80V)
SM
3.20V~3.75V
(3.40V)
AU
0.26V~0.65V
(0.44V)
AL
4.51V~5.00V
(5.00V)
SS
2.61V~3.19V
(2.97V)
RS
Note:
Note:
EJ
RS: Loading FWD (LM-FWD/REV “H”)
RS
EJ: Loading REV (LM-FWD/REV “L”)
Stop (A) = Loading
Stop (B) = Unloading
Note:
Symbol
EJ
CL
SB
TL
FB
SF
SM
AU
AL
SS
RS
Loading Status
Eject
Eject ~ REW Reel
REW Reel ~ Stop(B)
Stop(B) ~ Brake Cancel
Brake Cancel ~ FF / REW
FF / REW ~ Stop(M), (FF / REW)
Stop(M), (FF / REW) ~ Stop(A)
Stop(A) ~ Play / REC
Play / REC ~ Still / Slow
Still / Slow ~ RS (REW Search)
RS (REW Search)
37
Still/Slow Control
Frame Advance Timing Chart
1) SP Mode
18 RF-SW
The first rise of RF-SW after a rise in F-AD signal
F-AD
(Internal Signal)
AT
C-DRIVE
"H"
"H"
"Z"
"L"
"L"
Stop detection (T2)
Acceleration Detection (T1)
Slow Tracking Value
ST
PB CTL
BL
Reversal Limit Value
20ms
78 C-F/R
16 H-A-SW
15 ROTA
STILL
FRAME ADVANCE
Fig. 1
38
STILL
2) LP Mode
18 RF-SW
The first rise of RF-SW after a rise in F-AD signal
F-AD
(Internal Signal)
AT
"H"
C-DRIVE
"H"
"Z"
"L"
"L"
Stop detection (T2)
Acceleration Detection (T1)
Slow Tracking Value
ST
PB CTL
BL
Reversal Limit Value
20ms
78 C-F/R
16 H-A-SW
15 ROTA
STILL
FRAME ADVANCE
STILL
Fig. 2
39
FB
TL
SB
AL
SM
SF
AU
SM
AL
LD-REV
PLAY
0.2S
AU
AU SM
AL
AL
STOP(A)
STOP
/EJECT
SS
LD-FWD
PLAY
LD-REV
STILL(SLOW)
PAUSE
(SLOW)
AL
LD-FWD
PLAY
PLAY
SS AU
RS
SS
FS
LD-FWD
0.2S
RS
LD-REV
FF
REW
AL
AU
AU
LD-FWD
PLAY
LD-FWD
STOP(A)
LD-REV
0.5S
LD-FWD
0.4S
LD-FWD
PLAY
TL
0.7S
CL SB
LD-REV
EJ
0.2S
CASS.LOAD
9
LD-SW
LD-FWD
PIN NO.
EJECT
ST-S/
END-S
"OFF"
1. EJECT (POWER OFF) -> CASSETTE IN (POWER ON) -> STOP(B) -> STOP(A) -> PLAY -> RS -> FS -> PLAY -> STILL -> PLAY -> STOP(A)
CL/SS
EJ
AU
RS
SF
SM
TL
FB
AL
SB
0.2S
/REV
0.2S
1.2S
0.2S
0.2S
0.2S
0.2S
"Z"
C-DRIVE
0.4S
Refer to STILL/
SLOW TIMING
CHART Fig. 1, 2.
20mS
78 C-F/R
0.4S
40mS
DRUM
ROTATION
20mS
40mS
0.2S
ON
Fig. 3
0.3S
0.3S
81
LM-FWD "M"
0.2S
ON
67 P-ON
0.3S
83 A-MUTE-H
0.2S
REC
YCA DATA EE
PB
0.8S (MONO)
1.5S (HIFI)
0.2S
0.8S
0.8S
0.5S
1.0S
0.2S
33 D-REC-H
STOP
PLAY
RS
FS
PLAY
STILL
(SLOW)
PLAY
STOP
DISPLAY
40
POWER
-OFF
41
9
LD-SW
SM
SF FB
AL
AU SM
SM
AL AU SM
AU
SS RS
AL AU
SS
AL
AL AU
SS
AL
FB TL
SF
SB
CASS. UNLD ST-S/
END-S
EJECT
"ON"
0.2S
0.5S
0.5S
LD-REV
AU SM
0.2S
LD-REV
STOP(A)
LD-REV
LD-REV
STOP
/EJECT
SS RS
0.2S
LD-FWD
0.5S
1.0S
REC PAUSE REC or
PAUSE
REC
STOP
/EJECT
LD-FWD
LD-FWD
LD-REV
0.2S
2.5S Short REV
LD-FWD
PAUSE
AL
AU
REC
REC
LD-FWD
STOP(A)
LD-REV
LD-FWD
0.5S
REW
SF
AU
LD-FWD
2.5S
STOP
/EJECT
SF FB
LD-FWD
0.2S
LD-REV
STOP(A)
LD-REV
REW
SM
0.5S
LD-FWD
FF
SF
LD-FWD
2.5S
0.2S
LD-FWD
PIN NO.
LD-REV
STOP(A)
FF
STOP
/EJECT
2. STOP(A) -> FF -> STOP(A) -> REW -> STOP(A) -> REC -> PAUSE -> PAUSE or REC -> STOP(A) -> EJECT
CL EJ
CL/SS
EJ
AU
RS
SF
SM
TL
FB
AL
SB
/REV
0.2S
0.2S
0.2S
0.2S
0.2S
Fig. 4
81
LM-FWD "M"
0.2S
"Z"
C-DRIVE
20mS
0.4S
0.4S
20mS
20mS
0.4S
78 C-F/R
DRUM
ROTATION
40mS
40mS
40mS
ON
ON
67 P-ON
83 A-MUTE-H
REC
YCA DATA EE
PB
1.2S
1.0S
DISPLAY
STOP
33 D-REC-H
FF
STOP
REW
STOP
REC
REC PAUSE
REC
STOP
0.1S
[ DVD Section ]
Tray Close ~ Play / Play ~ Tray Open
Tray
Close
Tray OUT
(TL220)
Tray IN
(TL221)
Sled Drive
(TP303)
3.3V
0V
3.3V
0V
1.65V
0V
Disc Drive
(TP301)
Focus Drive
(TP304)
Tracking Drive
(TP302)
42
1.65V
0V
1.65V
0V
1.65V
0V
Disc
Rotation
Play
Disc
Stop
Tray
Open
8 IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
[ VCR Section ]
Pin IN/
No. OUT
IC501( SERVO / SYSTEM CONTROL IC )
22
“H” ≥ 4.5V, “L” ≤ 1.0V
Pin IN/
No. OUT
1
2
3
Signal
Name
Function
Input Signal from
Pin 8 of SCART2
IN
SC2-IN
IN
Video Head
Switching Pulse
PG-Delay Signal Adjusted
Voltage
IN
Active
Level
23
24
25
A/D
26
A/D
P-ON Power
Detection Input
Signal
A/D
NU
Function
Not Used
OUT POWER- “POWER” LED
LED
Signal Output
-
NU
Not Used
TIMEROUT LED
“TIMER” LED Signal
Output
“REC” LED Signal
OUT REC-LED Output
Active
Level
H/L
H/L
H/L
27
-
NU
Not Used
-
28
-
NU
Not Used
-
29
POWSAF
-
Signal
Name
30
“DVD” LED Signal
OUT DVD-LED Output
“VCR” LED Signal
OUT VCR-LED Output
Recording Safety SW
REC-SAF- Detect (With Record
IN
SW
tab=”L”/ With out
Record tab=”H”)
H/L
H/L
4
IN
END-S
Tape End Position
Detect Signal
A/D
5
IN
AFC
Automatic Frequency
Control Signal
A/D
6
IN
V-ENV
Video Envelope
Comparator Signal
A/D
32
7
IN
KEY-1
Key Scan Input
Signal 1
A/D
33
8
IN
KEY-2
Key Scan Input
Signal 2
A/D
34
IN
RESET
System Reset
Signal (Reset=”L”)
L
9
IN
LD-SW
Deck Mode Position
Detector Signal
A/D
35
IN
XCin
Sub Clock
-
Sub Clock
-
ST-S
Tape Start Position
Detector Signal
A/D
31
10
IN
11
-
NU
Not Used
-
12
-
NU
Not Used
-
13
14
15
16
17
OUT D-VSYNC
IN
Vcc
Vcc
-
38
IN
Xin
Main Clock Input
-
Main Clock Input
-
39
OUT Xout
-
NU
Not Used
-
PULSE
42
IN
DVD8PIN-IN
SCART 8Pin DVD
Input Control Signal
H/L
H/L
43
IN
CLKSEL
Clock Select (GND)
L
44
IN
OSCin
Clock Input
for letter size
-
Clock Output for
letter size
-
OUT H-A-SW
H/L
Head Amp
Comparator Signal
H/L
45
OUT OSCout
46
-
NU
Not Used
-
H/L
47
-
NU
Not Used
-
48
IN
FSC-IN
4.43MHz Clock Input
[4.43MHz]
-
49
-
OSDVss
-
50
IN
51
-
18
OUT RF-SW
19
OUT Hi-Fi-HSW
HiFi Audio Head
Switching Pulse
H/L
VPS/PDC Data
Receive = “L”
L
DVD Power
Control Signal
H
21
-
41
Video Head Amp
Switching Pulse
OUT DVDPOWER
37
-
REMOTE Remote Control
-VIDEO
Sensor
DAVN-L
OUT XCOUT
L
Vss(GND)
Color Phase Rotary
Changeover Signal
IN
OUT D-REC-H Delayed Record
Signal
L
Vss
Video Head
Switching Pulse
20
Hi-Fi Tape Detection
Signal
-
H/Hi-z
H-ACOMP
A-MODE
40
Dummy V-sync
Output
OUT C-ROTA
IN
36
IN
H/L
OSDVss
OSD-V-IN OSD Video Signal
Input
-
NU
-
Not Used
43
Pin IN/
No. OUT
52
OUT OSD-VOUT
Function
Active
Level
OSD Video Signal
Output
-
53
-
OSDVcc
OSDVcc
-
54
-
NU
Not Used
-
55
-
NU
Not Used
-
56
-
NU
Not Used
-
57
-
NU
Not Used
-
58
IN
C-SYNC
Composite
Synchronized Pulse
59
Control SCART 1
OUT 8POUT-1 8Pin Level by using
8POUT-1 and
8POUT-2
60
Control SCART 1
OUT 8POUT-2 8Pin Level by using
8POUT-1 and
8POUT-2
PULSE
H/L
Pin IN/
No. OUT
Signal
Name
Function
Active
Level
79
IN
S-REEL
Supply Reel
Rotation Signal
PULSE
80
IN
T-REEL
Take Up Reel
Rotation Signal
PULSE
H/L/
Hi-z
81
OUT LM-FWD/ Loading Motor
REV
Control Signal
82
OUT LINEMUTE
Audio Mute Control
Signal
L
83
OUT A-MUTE- Audio Mute Control
H
Signal (Mute = “H”)
H
84
CTL Frequency
FF/REWCharacteristics
OUT
L
Switching Signal (FF/
REW=”L”)
L
85
-
Not Used
-
H/L
86
IN
P-DOWN- Power Voltage Down
L
Detector Signal
L
87
IN
C-FG
Capstan Motor
Rotation Detection
Pulse
NU
61
-
NU
Not Used
-
62
-
NU
Not Used
-
63
-
NU
Not Used
-
88
-
NU
Not Used
-
64
-
NU
Not Used
-
89
-
NU
Not Used
-
65
-
NU
Not Used
-
90
IN
D-PFG
Drum Motor Phase/
Frequency Generator PULSE
91
-
AMPVRE V-Ref for CTL AMP
F OUT
-
92
-
AMPVRE
V-Ref for CTL AMP
F in
-
H/L
93
-
NU
-
66
67
44
Signal
Name
OUT C-POWSW
IN
P-ON-H
Capstan Power
Switching Signal
Power On Signal at
High
H
68
OUT DRVDATA
69
OUT DRV-STB LED Driver IC Chip
Select Signal
H/L
94
IN/
CTL OUT
Playback/Record
Control Signal (-)
H/L
70
OUT DRV-CLK LED Driver IC Control
Clock
H/L
95
IN/
CTL +
OUT
Playback/Record
Control Signal (+)
H/L
71
OUT IIC-BUSSCL
IIC BUS Control
Clock
H/L
96
-
AMPC
72
IN/ IIC-BUSOUT SDA
IIC BUS Control Data
H/L
97
-
CTLAMP To Monitor for CTL
out
AMP Output
73
OUT P-OFF-H Power Off at High
L
98
-
AMPVcc
AMPVcc
-
74
OUT
Output Select
H/L
99
-
AVcc
-
75
IN
DVD Power Monitor
Signal (P-off="L",
P-on="H")
A/D Converter Power
Input/ Standard
Voltage Input
H/L
100
IN
AGC
IF AGC Control
Signal
OUTPUTSELECT
DVDPOWERMONITOR
LED Driver IC Control
Data
H/L
PULSE
76
OUT C-CONT
Capstan Motor
Control Signal
PWM
77
OUT D-CONT
Drum Motor Control
Signal
PWM
78
OUT C-F/R
Capstan Motor FWD/
REV Control Signal
(FWD=”L”/REV=”H”)
H/L
Not Used
CTL AMP Connected
Terminal
Notes:
Abbreviation for Active Level:
PWM -----Pulse Wide Modulation
A/D--------Analog - Digital Converter
PULSE
A/D
IC612 [ PT6315-S(TP) ]
Pin
In/Out
No.
Signal
Name
Name Function
1
In
CLK
Clock Input
2
In
STB
Serial Interface Strobe
3
In
K1
Key Data 1 Input
4
In
K2
Key Data 2 Input
5
-
VSS
GND
6
-
VDD
Power Supply
7
a
8
b
9
c
10
11
Out
d
e
12
f
13
g
14
h
Segment Output
15
-
VEE
Pull Down Level
16
Out
i
Segment Output
17
7G
18
6G
19
5G
20
Out
4G
21
3G
22
2G
23
1G
Grid Output
24
-
VDD
Power Supply
25
-
VSS
GND
26
In
OSC
Oscillator Input
27
Out
DOUT
28
In
DIN
Serial Data Output
Serial Data Input
45
9 LEAD IDENTIFICATIONS
BN1L4M-T
BN1F4M-T
BA1F4M-T
KTA1266(GR)
KTC3199(Y,GR,BL)
2SC2785(J,H,F,K)
KRC103M
KRA103M
2SA1175(J,H,F)
KTA1267(Y)
KTA1267(GR)
KRA104M
2SC1815-BL(TPE2)
2SC1815-Y(TPE2)
2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
2SC2120-Y(TPE2)
KTC3203(Y)
2SA1015-GR(TPE2)
2SA1020(Y)
2SC3266-Y(TPE2)
KTA1281(Y)
KTC3205(Y)
1234
C
E
E C B
E C B
5
A
C
K
E
FA1F4M-T1B
KRC103S RTK
KTC3875Y-RTK
FMG4A T148
RN1511(TE85R)
LTV-817(B,C)-F
EL817(A,B,C)
NJM4558D
KIA4558P
8
MID-32A22
PT204-6B-12
PQ070XF01SZ
C1
C2
2SK3566
C
B1 E B2
1
PT6313-S-TP
15
28
4
LC74793JM-TRM
MM1567AJBE
18
34
24
13
1
12
B
E
G D S
LA72648M
60
1
TC4053BF(N)
BU4053BCF-E2
9
16
17
1
CAT24WC02JI
BR24C02F-W
7-BT-292GN
35
1
1
8
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K: Cathode
E: Emitter
C: Collector
B: Base
R: Reference
S: Source
G: Gate
D: Drain
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