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7 X 55W 7.1 CHANNEL A/V RECEIVER
SERVICE MANUAL
CONTENTS
ESD WARNING……………………………….2
LEAKAGE TESTING……………….…..…....3
BASIC SPECIFICATIONS…………………..4
PACKAGING………………………..………..5
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS………..…..…..6
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS………….…8
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS.………11
CONNECTIONS………………………….…14
OPERATION………………………...………33
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE…...……..…41
PROCESSOR RESET……………….….…..42
DISASSEMBLY………………………………43
UNIT EXPLODED VIEW……………………..48
EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST……………49
AMP BIAS ADJUSTMENT………………….50
BLOCK DIAGRAM…………………………..51
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST……………..…52
PCB DRAWINGS……………………………98
SEMICONDUCTOR PINOUTS……….…..107
SCHEMATICS………………………………209
WIRING DIAGRAM...................................219
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Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field effect transistors and
semiconductor "chip" components.
The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on
your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to
prevent electrostatic charge build-up or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static" can generate electrical charges
sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical change sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement
ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material.)
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the
chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION : Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together
or your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES devices.
Each precaution in this manual should be followed during servicing.
Components identified with the IEC symbol
in the parts list are special significance to safety. When replacing a component identified with
, use only the replacement parts designated, or parts with the same ratings or resistance, wattage, or voltage that are designated in the
parts list in this manual. Leakage-current or resistance measurements must be made to determine that exposed parts are acceptably
insulated from the supply circuit before retuming the product to the customer.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the continued
protection of the customer and service technician.
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water
pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester
between the earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the
appliance (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal
overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the
appliance directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the
AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed
o.5mA.
Leakage
current
tester
Device
under
test
Test all
exposed metal
surfaces
Also test with
plug reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)
Reading should
not be above
0.5mA
Earth
ground
AC Leakage Test
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A
POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE
CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE
TO THE CUSTOMER.
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AVR 347 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Section
Stereo Mode
Continuous Average Power (FTC)
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Usable Sensitivity
Distortion
Selectivity
70 Watts per channel, 20Hz–20kHz,
@ <0.07% THD, both channels driven into 8 ohms
Seven-Channel Surround Modes
Power per Individual Channel
Video Section
Television Format
Input Level/Impedance
Output Level/Impedance
Video Frequency Response
(Composite and S-Video)
Video Frequency Response
(Component Video)
HDMI™
Front L&R channels:
55 Watts per channel
@ <0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Center channel:
55 Watts @ <0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Surround (L & R Side, L & R Back) channels:
55 Watts per channel
@ <0.07% THD, 20Hz–20kHz into 8 ohms
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Linear (High-Level)
200mV/47k ohms
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A)
100dB
General
Power Requirement
Power Consumption
Surround System Adjacent Channel Separation
Pro Logic I/II
40dB
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
55dB
DTS
55dB
Frequency Response
@ 1W (+0dB, –3dB)
10Hz –130kHz
High Instantaneous
Current Capability (HCC)
±35 Amps
Transient Intermodulation
Distortion (TIM)
Unmeasurable
Slew Rate
40V/µsec
520–1720kHz
45dB
Loop 500µV
1kHz, 50% Mod 0.8%
±10kHz, 30dB
NTSC
1Vp-p/75 ohms
1Vp-p/75 ohms
10Hz–8MHz (–3dB)
10Hz–100MHz (–3dB)
Audio and video processing
AC 120V/60Hz
65W idle, 540W maximum
(7 channels driven)
Dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
(Product)
17-5/16 inches (440mm)
6-5/8 inches (165mm)
15 inches (382mm)
(Shipping)
22 inches (559mm)
10-1/2 inches (267mm)
18-1/4 inches (464mm)
Weight
(Product)
30.6 lb (13.9kg)
(Shipping)
35.6 lb (16.2kg)
Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons and terminal connections.
Height measurement includes feet and chassis.
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Harman Kardon and Logic 7 are trademarks of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, registered
in the United States and/or other countries. EzSet/EQ, TheBridge and Designed to Entertain are trademarks
of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
TM
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Distortion
Stereo Separation
Selectivity
Image Rejection
IF Rejection
A-BUS is a registered trademark of LeisureTech Electronics Pty Ltd.
87.5–108.0MHz
IHF 1.3µV/13.2dBf
Mono/Stereo 70/68dB
Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3%
40dB @ 1kHz
±400kHz, 70dB
80dB
90dB
Apple, iTunes and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Shuffle is a trademark of Apple Inc.
Audiovox is a registered trademark of Audiovox Corporation.
Blu-ray Disc is a trademark of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
CEA is a registered trademark of the Consumer Electronics Association.
Cirrus Logic is a registered trademark of Cirrus Logic, Inc.
Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
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“DTS” and “DTS ES Neo:6” are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. “96/24” is a trademark of DTS, Inc.
Faroudja and DCDi by Faroudja are registered trademarks of Genesis Microchip Inc.
The AVR 347 is Simplay HD™-verified for compatibility
via the HDMI connection with other Simplay HD-verified products.
HD-DVD is a trademark of the DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation (DVD FLLC).
HDMI is a trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Microsoft and Xbox are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
SACD is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Please register your AVR 347 on our Web site at
www.harmankardon.com.
NOTE: You’ll need the product’s serial number.
At the same time, you can choose to be notified about
our new products and/or special promotions.
The Simplay HD logo and the Simplay, Simplay HD and Simplay Labs trademarks are owned by
Silicon Image, Inc. and are used under license from Silicon Image, Inc. and/or Simplay Labs, LLC.
TiVo is a registered trademark of TiVo Inc.
XM and XM Ready are registered trademarks of XM Satellite Radio.
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FRONT-PANEL CONTROLS
Main Power Switch: This mechanical switch turns the power supply
Surround Mode: Press this button to select a surround sound (e.g.,
on or off. It is usually left pressed in (On position), and cannot be turned
on using the remote control.
multichannel) mode group. Choose from the Dolby modes, DTS modes,
Logic 7 modes, DSP modes or Stereo modes.
Standby/On Switch: This electrical switch turns the receiver on for
Surround Select: After you have selected the desired surround
playback, or leaves it in Standby mode for quick turn-on using this
switch or the remote control.
mode group, press this button to select a specific mode.
Power Indicator: This LED has three possible modes. When main
power is turned off, the LED is dark and the receiver won’t respond to
any button presses. When main power is turned on, but before the
Standby/On Switch is used, the LED turns amber to indicate that the
receiver is in Standby mode and ready to be turned on. When the
receiver is turned on, the LED turns blue.
Source Select: Press this button to select a source device, which
is a component where a playback signal originates, e.g., DVD, CD,
cable TV, satellite or HDTV tuner.
Source Indicators: The name of the current source input lights up.
The indicated input changes each time the Source Select button is
pressed.
Volume Knob: Turn this knob to raise or lower the volume, which will
be shown in decibels (dB) in the Message Display.
Surround Mode Indicators: One or more of these icons may light
up as you select different surround modes. The Message Display also
indicates the surround mode.
Analog Audio, Video and Digital Audio Inputs: Connect a
source component that will only be used temporarily, such as a camera
or game console, to these jacks. Use only one type of audio and one
type of video connection.
Speaker/Channel Input Indicators: The box icons indicate
which speaker positions you have configured, and the size (frequency
range) of each speaker. When a digital audio input is used, letters will
light inside the boxes to indicate which channels are present in the
incoming signal.
Navigation: These buttons are used together with the following five
buttons to make selections.
Tone Mode: Press this button to access the tone controls (bass and
Message Display: Various messages appear in this two-line display
treble). Use the ‹ / › Navigation Buttons to make your selections.
in response to commands and changes in the incoming signal. When
the on-screen display menu system (OSD) is in use, the message OSD
ON will appear to remind you to check the video display.
Speaker: Press this button to configure speaker sizes; that is, the
low-frequency-range capability of each speaker.
Tuner Band: Press this button to select the tuner as the source, to
switch between the AM and FM bands, or to select XM satellite radio.
Tuning: Press either side of this button to tune a radio station or XM
channel.
Channel Level Adjust: Press this button to set the output level for
each channel so that all speakers sound equally loud at the listening
position.
Digital Input Select: Press this button to select the specific digital
audio input (or analog audio input) you used for the current source.
Tuning Mode: This button toggles between manual (one frequency
step at a time) and automatic (seeks frequencies with acceptable signal
strength) tuning mode. It also toggles between stereo and mono modes
when an FM station is tuned.
Delay: Press this button to set delay times that compensate for
placing the speakers at different distances from the listening position.
When XM Radio is in use, pressing this button repeatedly displays the
channel name, category, artist and track title in the lower line of the
Message Display. For traffic-and-weather channels, this button displays
the city, channel name, local weather and local temperature.
Preset Stations: Press this button to select a preset radio station.
Headphone Jack/EzSet/EQ Microphone Input: Plug a 1/4"
headphone plug into this jack for private listening.
This jack is also used to connect the supplied microphone before beginning the EzSet/EQ procedure described in the Initial Setup section. To
begin EzSet/EQ, plug the supplied microphone into this jack, place the
microphone at the listening position, and follow the directions given in
the SPEAKER SETUP on-screen menu.
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Channel Level
Adjust
Speaker Size
Tone Mode
Setup
Surround Mode Indicators
Navigation
Power
Indicator
Standby/On
Switch
Main Power
Switch
Surround
Mode
Speaker/Channel
Input Indicators
Tuner Band
Digital Input
Select
Delay
Headphone
Jack/EzSet/EQ
Microphone
Input
Source
Tuning
Select
Mode
Preset Stations
Tuning
Surround
Select
Source
Indicators
Message Display
Volume
Digital
Video 4
Audio Inputs
Analog Audio
(Optional 4 and
Inputs
Video
4
Coaxial 4)
Video Inputs
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REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS
AM and FM Antenna Terminals: Connect the included AM and
FM antennas to their respective terminals for radio reception.
XM Antenna Jack: Plug in an XM antenna module here. The XM
antenna module is purchased separately, and should specify that it is
for home use with an XM Ready® product. You will need to subscribe to
the XM service, which is available separately, and activate the service for
your antenna module. (XM service is not available in Alaska and Hawaii.)
Front, Center and Surround Speaker Outputs: Use twoconductor speaker wire to connect each set of terminals to the correct
speaker. Remember to observe the correct polarity (positive and
negative connections). Always connect the positive lead to the colored
terminal on the receiver and the red terminal on the speaker. Connect
the negative lead to the black terminal on both the receiver and the
speaker. See the Connections section for more information on connecting your speakers.
Surround Back/Multiroom Speaker Outputs: These speaker
outputs may be used either for the surround back channels in a 7.lchannel home theater, or they may be reassigned to a remote room for
use with a multiroom system. When these outputs are reassigned for
multiroom operation, only a 5.1-channel configuration will be available in
the main listening room. Use the on-screen menu system to configure
these channels as desired.
As with the other speaker outputs, remember to observe proper polarity
by connecting the positive and negative output terminals to the corresponding terminals on each speaker.
Subwoofer Output: If you have a powered subwoofer with a linelevel input, connect it to this jack.
Preamp Outputs: Connect these jacks to an external amplifier if
more power is desired.
Surround Back/Multiroom Preamp Outputs: These outputs
may be used with an external amplifier either to power the surround
back channels, or to power the speakers in the remote zone of a multichannel system. Use the on-screen menu system to configure these
channels as desired.
Remote Infrared (IR) Input and Output: When the remote IR
receiver on the front panel is blocked, such as when the AVR is placed
inside a cabinet, connect an optional IR receiver to the Remote IR Input
jack for use with the remote control. The Remote IR Output may be
connected to the Remote IR Input of a compatible source device (or
other product) to enable remote control through the AVR. This is particularly useful in multiroom applications, when you wish to control the
source device from the remote room (when used with the Multiroom IR
Input). When several source devices are used, connect them in “daisy
chain” fashion.
Multiroom Infrared (IR) Input: Connect a remote IR receiver
located in the remote zone of a multiroom system to this jack to control
the AVR and any source devices connected to the Remote IR Output
from the remote zone.
Remote IR Carrier Output: This output is similar in function to
the Remote IR Output, with the difference that this jack outputs the
full infrared signal as received by the AVR’s IR sensor or the Remote
IR Input, while the Remote IR Output jack outputs a “stripped” signal
that has no carrier frequency. The full signal may be required by some
components with IR inputs. It may also be required when you connect
external IR emitters or other devices to the AVR to pass IR signals to
other components.
Multiroom Audio Outputs: Connect these jacks to an external
amplifier to power the speakers in the remote zone of a multiroom
system. When these jacks are used, it is possible to have a full 7.1channel system in the main listening room at the same time the
multiroom system is in use.
A-BUS Port: Use a Category 5/5e cable to connect this port to
optional A-BUS equipment for multiroom operation. When the A-BUS
system is used, it is possible to have a full 7.1-channel system in the
main listening room at the same time the multiroom system is in use.
Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 and DVD Audio/Video Inputs:
These jacks may be used to connect your video-capable source
components (e.g., VCR, DVD player, cable TV box) to the receiver.
Remember to use only one type of video connection for each source.
See the Connections section for more information on audio and video
connection options for each source component.
Video 1 Audio/Video Outputs: These jacks may be used to
connect your VCR or another recorder.
Composite and S-Video Monitor Outputs: If any of your
sources use composite or S-video connections, you may need to
connect one or both of these monitor outputs to the corresponding
inputs on your television or video display in order to view the sources
and to view the on-screen displays. If your video display is equipped
with component video or HDMI inputs, you may take advantage of the
AVR 347’s transcoding capability, which transcodes composite and
S-video signals to component video and HDMI, allowing for only a
single video connection from the AVR to the video display.
HDMI Inputs and Output: HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface) is a newer type of connection for transmitting digital audio and
video signals between devices. With the AVR 347’s powerful processor,
you may connect up to two HDMI-equipped source devices to the HDMI
inputs using a single-cable connection, while benefiting from superior
digital audio and video performance. However, if your video display is
not HDMI-compatible, you will need to connect the device to one of the
other source inputs, selecting a coaxial or optical digital audio input and
analog video input. See the Connections and Installation sections for
more information.
If your video display has an HDMI input, but some of your sources have
only analog video outputs, you may still rely on just the HDMI video
connection to your display; the AVR 347 will automatically transcode
analog video signals up to 720p to the HDMI format. High-resolution
analog 1080i or higher signals are not available at the HDMI Output.
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The AVR 347 is Simplay HD-verified for compatibility via the HDMI
connection with other Simplay HD-verified products.
CD and Tape Audio Inputs: These jacks may be used to connect
audio-only source components (e.g., CD player, tape deck). Do not
connect a turntable to these jacks without a phono preamp.
Tape Outputs: These jacks may be used to connect a CDR or
another audio-only recorder.
• Due to the design of some video displays, analog 480p or
720p component video source signals may produce artifacts
when used with the AVR’s analog video outputs (composite,
S-video or component video). If this occurs, try changing the
Video Mode setting in the INPUT SETUP menu, or connecting
the source device’s video output directly to your video display.
However, for best results, we recommend you consider
upgrading to an HDMI-capable video display.
Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Inputs: If a source has
RS-232 Serial Port: This specialized connector may be used with
a compatible digital audio output, connect it to one of these jacks
for improved audio performance. Use only one type of digital audio
connection for each source.
your personal computer in case Harman Kardon offers a software
upgrade for the receiver at some time in the future.
Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Outputs: If a source is also
RS-232 Mode: Leave this switch popped out in the Operate position
unless the AVR 347 is being upgraded.
an audio recorder, you may connect a compatible digital audio output
to the recorder’s input for improved recording quality.
RS-232 Reset: This switch is only used during a software upgrade.
The Bridge/DMP Input: Connect the optional Harman Kardon
Bridge
to this input for use with your iPod (not included). Make
sure the receiver is turned off (in Standby mode) when connecting
The Bridge.
The
A standard processor reset is performed by pressing and holding the
front-panel Tone button.
TM
6-/8-Channel Inputs: Connect the multichannel analog audio
outputs of a DVD-Audio, SACD™, Blu-ray Disc™ or HD-DVD™ player
(or any other external decoder) to these jacks to enjoy these proprietary
formats.
NOTE: When an HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc player has an
onboard digital decoder, it is not necessary to connect it to
the 6-/8-Channel Analog Audio Inputs. Only a digital audio
connection (HDMI, coaxial or optical) is needed.
Switched AC Accessory Outlet: You may plug the AC power
cord of one source device into this outlet, and it will turn on whenever
you turn on the receiver. Do not use a source that consumes more than
50 watts of power.
AC Power Cord Input: After you have made all other connections,
plug the AC power cord into an unswitched outlet. Plug the female end
of the cord into this receptacle, which conveniently allows you to install
all wiring ahead of time.
Component Video Inputs: If both a video source (e.g., DVD
player or HDTV tuner) and your television or video display have analog
component video (Y/Pb/Pr) capability and if you are not using HDMI
connections for the device, then you may connect the component video
outputs of the source to one of the two component video inputs. Do
not make any other video connections to that source.
Component Video Monitor Outputs: If you are using one of
the Component Video Inputs and your television or video display is
component-video-capable and if you are not connecting the HDMI
output to our display, you may connect these jacks to the corresponding
inputs on your video display.
NOTES:
• Due to copy-protection restrictions, there is no output at the
Component Video Monitor Outputs for copy-protected
sources.
• High-resolution 1080i and 1080p video signals are not
available at the HDMI Output, and are downconverted to
720p for the Component Video Outputs. If your source output
is analog high-resolution video, either use the Component
Video Outputs, lower the output resolution of your source
device, or connect your source’s component video outputs
directly to your video display.
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Tape
Outputs
FM Antenna
Tape
Inputs
AM Antenna
CD
Inputs
Multiroom
Audio
Outputs
Video 3
A/V
Inputs
Preamp
Outputs
A-BUS Port
Remote IR
Carrier
Output
Surround
Back/
Multiroom
Preamp
Outputs
Subwoofer
Output
Video 1
A/V
Outputs
Video 2
A/V
Inputs
DVD A/V
Inputs
Video 1
A/V
Inputs
Video
Monitor
Outputs
Front Speaker
Outputs
Multiroom
IR Input
Remote
IR Input
Remote
IR Output
Component
Coaxial Digital
Video
Audio
XM
Inputs
Inputs
Antenna
RS-232
(1, 2 & 3)
(1, 2 & 3) Reset
Jack
The
Component
HDMI 1
HDMI
Bridge/ Output Input
Video
DMP
Monitor
Input
Outputs
6-/8Channel
Inputs
Surround
Back/Multiroom
Speaker Outputs
Coaxial
Digital
Audio
Output
Surround
Speaker
Outputs
Switched AC
Accessory
Outlet
Center Speaker
Outputs
RS-232
Serial Port
HDMI 2
Input
RS-232
Mode
Optical Digital
Audio Inputs (1, 2 & 3)
Optical Digital
Audio Output
AC Power
Cord Input
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MAIN REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
The AVR 347 remote is capable of controlling 11 devices, including the
AVR itself and an iPod docked in the optional The Bridge accessory.
During the installation process, you may program the codes for each
of your source components into the remote. Each time you wish to use
the codes for any component, first press the Selector button for that
component. This changes the button functions to the appropriate codes
for that product.
NOTE: Several of the Input Selectors are shared between two
devices. The selector button will light in red when the remote
is in the device mode printed on the button, and it will light in
green for the device mode printed above the button. To switch
between the two device modes, press the selector twice quickly
in succession. The selector will remain in the last-selected mode
until the next time you press the selector twice quickly.
For example, the first time you press the DVD button, the button
will light up in red, indicating that the remote is in DVD mode. If
you press another selector, such as the VID3 selector, and then
press the DVD button again, the DVD button will remain red,
indicating the remote is still in DVD mode. Now press the DVD
button twice quickly. At the first press the button will light red,
indicating that the remote is in DVD mode. On the second press
the button will turn green, indicating that the remote is now in CD
mode. If you press a different selector and return to the DVD/CD
Selector, you will observe that the remote is still in CD mode.
Each Input Selector has been preprogrammed to control certain types
of components, with only the codes specific to each brand and model
changing, depending on which product code is programmed. The
device types programmed into each selector may not be changed;
however you may program the HDMI 1 and 2 selectors with the DVD,
Cable/Satellite or VCR/PVR device type.
DVD: Controls DVD players and recorders.
IR Transmitter Lens: As buttons are pressed on the remote,
infrared codes are emitted through this lens. Make sure it is pointing
toward the component being operated.
Power On Button: Press this button to turn on the AVR or another
device. The Master Power Switch on the AVR 347’s front panel must
first have been switched on.
Mute Button: Press this button to mute the AVR 347’s speaker and
headphone outputs temporarily. To end the muting, press this button
or adjust the volume. Muting is also canceled when the receiver is
turned off.
Program Indicator: This LED lights up or flashes in one of three colors
as the remote is programmed with codes.
Power Off Button: Press this button to turn off the AVR 347 or
another device.
AVR Selector: Press this button to switch the remote to the codes
that operate the receiver.
Input Selectors: Press one of these buttons to select a source
device, which is a component where a playback signal originates, e.g.,
DVD, CD, cable TV, satellite or HDTV tuner, or an iPod docked in the
optional The Bridge. This will also turn on the receiver and switch the
remote’s mode to operate the source device.
XM Radio Button: Press this button to select XM Satellite Radio as
the source. You will need to have purchased and activated an XM antenna
module, and you will also need to subscribe to the XM Radio service.
Visit www.xmradio.com for more information.
AM/FM Button: Press this button to select the tuner as the source,
or to switch between the AM, FM and XM Radio bands.
6-/8-Channel Input Selector: Press this button to select the
CD: Controls CD players and recorders.
6-/8-Channel Inputs as the audio source. The receiver will use the video
input and remote control codes for the last-selected video source.
Tape: Controls cassette decks.
Video 3: Controls televisions and other video displays.
Learn Button: The AVR 347 remote is capable of “learning”
individual IR codes from the original remote that came with your TV
or a device that is connected to any of the source inputs. See the
Advanced Functions section for instructions on learning remote codes.
Video 4: Controls televisions and other video displays.
Test Tone: Press this button to activate the test tone for manual
Video 1: Controls VCRs, TiVo® and PVRs.
Video 2: Controls cable and satellite television set-top boxes.
output-level calibration.
HDMI 1 and 2: Each code set controls a source device (VCR/PVR,
DVD player or cable/satellite set-top box) connected to one of these
two inputs.
TV/Video: This button has no effect on the receiver, but is used to
switch video inputs on some video source components.
XM: Controls the AVR functions for XM Satellite Radio.
Sleep Button: Press this button to activate the sleep timer, which
turns off the receiver after a programmed period of time of up to
90 minutes.
The Bridge/DMP: Controls an iPod docked in The Bridge.
Any given button may have different functions, depending on which
component is being controlled. Some buttons are labeled with these
functions. For example, the Sleep and DSP Surround Buttons are
labeled for use as Channel Up/Down Buttons when controlling a television or cable box. See Table A8 in the appendix for listings of the
different functions for each type of component.
Volume Controls: Press these buttons to raise or lower the volume,
which will be shown in decibels (dB) in the Message Display.
DSP Surround: Press this button to select a DSP surround mode
(Hall 1, Hall 2, Theater).
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Power On
Program Indicator
Mute
Power Off
AVR Selector
Input Selectors
6-/8-Channel Input Selector
Learn
AM/FM
XM Radio
Test Tone
Sleep
TV/Video
Volume Controls
DSP Surround
On-Screen Display
Multiroom
Speaker Setup
Channel Level
Navigation
Set
Digital Input
Delay
Numeric Keys
Memory
Clear
Tuning Mode
Direct Station Entry
Tuning
Preset Stations Selectors
Disc Skip
Macros
Tone Mode
Surround Mode Selectors
Night Mode
Dim
Track Skip
Transport Controls
Backlight
NOTE: To make it easier to follow the instructions throughout the manual that refer to this
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On-Screen Display (OSD): Press this button to activate the
on-screen menu system.
Multiroom: Press this button to control the multiroom system.
Three settings are available: MULTI ON/OFF, which is used to turn the
multiroom system on or off; MULTI LEVEL, which adjusts the volume
of the remote zone only; and MULTI INPUT, which is used to select
the source input for the remote zone. See Multiroom Operation in
the Advanced Functions section for more information on using the
AVR 347’s multiroom system.
Channel Level: Press this button to adjust the output levels for each
channel so that all speakers sound equally loud at the listening position.
Usually this is done while playing an audio selection, such as a favorite CD,
after you have calibrated the levels using EzSet/EQ, as described in the Initial
Setup section.
Speaker Setup: Press this button to configure speaker sizes, that is,
the low-frequency capability of each speaker. Usually this is done using
the on-screen menu system, as described in the Initial Setup section.
Navigation (⁄/ ¤/ ‹ / › ) and Set Buttons: These buttons are
used to make selections within the on-screen menu system, or when
accessing the functions of the four buttons surrounding this area of the
remote – Channel Level, Speaker Setup, Digital Input or Delay.
press the Set Button repeatedly until PRESET SEARCH appears. Use
the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to select a letter (A through E) representing one of
the five banks of preset memory slots. Then press the Memory Button,
followed by a Numeric Key (1 through 8) for the precise preset memory
location you wish to save the channel in.
Tuning: Press these buttons to tune a radio station or XM Radio
channel. For the AM and FM bands, and depending on whether the
tuning mode has been set to manual or automatic, each press will either
change one frequency step at a time, or seek the next frequency with
acceptable signal strength.
Direct: Press this button before using the Numeric Keys to directly
enter a radio station frequency (AM or FM bands only).
Clear: Press this button to clear a radio station frequency you have
started to enter.
Preset Stations Selector: Press these buttons to select a preset
radio station.
For XM Radio, first press the Set Button repeatedly until PRESET SEARCH
appears and then use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to select the letter of the
desired bank of presets.
Tone Mode: Press this button to access the tone controls (bass and
Digital Input Select: Press this button to select the specific digital
treble). Use the Navigation Buttons to make your selections.
audio input (or analog audio input) you used for the current source.
Disc Skip: This button has no effect on the receiver, but is used with
some optical disc changers to skip to the next disc.
Delay: Press this button to set delay times that compensate for placing
the speakers at different distances from the listening position, or to
resolve a “lip sync” issue that may be caused by digital video processing. This may also be done using the on-screen menu system, as
described in the Initial Setup section.
Numeric Keys: Use these buttons to enter radio station frequencies
or to select station presets. When the AM or FM band is in use, press
the Direct button before entering the station frequency.
When listening to XM Radio, you may enter channel numbers without
first pressing the Direct Button; however, use the Preset Stations
Selectors to access the preset stations. To access another bank of
XM presets, press the Set Button repeatedly until PRESET SEARCH
appears, then use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to select the letter of the
desired bank.
Tuning Mode: When listening to AM or FM radio, this button toggles
between manual (one frequency step at a time) and automatic (seeks
frequencies with acceptable signal strength) tuning mode. It also toggles
between stereo and mono modes when an FM station is tuned.
Macros: These buttons may be programmed to execute long command
sequences with a single button press. They are useful for programming the
command to turn on or off all of your components, or for accessing specialized functions for a different component than you are currently operating.
Surround Mode Selectors: Press any of these buttons to select
a type of surround sound (e.g., multichannel) mode. Choose from the
Dolby modes, DTS modes, Logic 7 modes or Stereo modes. Each
press of a button will cycle to the next available variant of that mode.
Not all modes or mode groups are available with all sources.
Night Mode: Press this button to activate Night mode with specially
encoded Dolby Digital discs or broadcasts. Night mode compresses the
audio so that louder passages are reduced in volume to avoid disturbing
others, while dialogue remains intelligible.
Track Skip: These buttons have no effect on the receiver, but are
used with many source components to change tracks or chapters.
Dim: Press this button to partially or fully dim the front-panel display.
When listening to XM Radio, press the Tuning Mode Button once to view
the category name of the current channel. Additional presses will display
the artist, song title and channel name.
Transport Controls: These buttons have no effect on the receiver,
but are used to control many source components. By default, when the
remote is operating the receiver, these buttons will control a DVD player.
Memory: After you have tuned a particular radio station, press this
button, then the numeric keys, to save that station as a radio preset.
Backlight: Press this button to illuminate the buttons on the remote.
Press it again to turn the backlight off, or wait five seconds after the last
button press for the light to turn off on its own.
For XM Radio, the procedure for saving a preset is a little different. To
save the current channel in one of the 40 available preset locations,
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There are different types of audio and video connections used to
connect the receiver to the speakers and video display, and to connect
the source devices to the receiver. To make it easier to keep them all
straight, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA®) has established
a color-coding standard. Table 1 may be helpful to you as a reference
while you set up your system.
Table 1 – Connection Color Guide
Bare wire cables are installed as follows (see Figure 2):
1. Unscrew the terminal cap until the pass-through hole in the collar is
revealed.
2. Insert the bare end of the wire into the hole.
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Audio Connections
Left
Right
Front (FL/FR)
Center (C)
Surround (SL/SR)
Surround Back (SBL/SBR)
Subwoofer (SUB)
1
Digital Audio Connections
2
3
Figure 2 – Binding-Post Speaker Terminals With Bare Wires
Always connect colored (+) terminal on AVR to red (+) terminal
on speaker; and black (–) to black (–).
Coaxial
Optical
Input
Output
Subwoofer
Video Connections
Component
Composite
Y
Pb
Pr
Branchez toujours la borne (+) colorée sur AVR à la borne (+) rouge sur le haut-parleur;
S-Video
HDMI Connections (digital audio/video)
™
HDMI
Types of Connections
This section will briefly review different types of cables and connections
that you may use to set up your system.
Speaker Connections
Speaker cables carry an amplified signal from the receiver’s speaker
terminals to each loudspeaker. Speaker cables contain two wire conductors, or leads, inside plastic insulation. The two conductors are usually
differentiated in some way, by using different colors, or stripes, or even
by adding a ridge to the insulation. Sometimes the actual wires are
different, one being copper-colored and the other silver.
The differentiation is important because each speaker must be connected
to the receiver’s speaker-output terminals using two wires, one positive
(+) and one negative (–), referred to as speaker polarity. It’s important
to maintain the proper polarity for all speakers in the system. If some
speakers have their negative terminals connected to the receiver’s positive
terminals, performance can suffer, especially for the low frequencies.
Always connect the positive terminal on the loudspeaker, which is usually
colored red, to the positive terminal on the receiver, which is colored as
shown in the Connection Color Guide (Table 1). Similarly, always connect
the black negative terminal on the speaker to the black negative terminal
on the receiver.
+
The AVR 347 uses binding-post speaker
terminals that can accept banana plugs
or bare-wire cables. Banana plugs are
simply plugged into the hole in the middle
of the terminal cap. See Figure 1.
Figure 1 – Binding-Post Speaker Terminals With Banana Plugs
The
subwoofer
is a(–).specialized type of loudspeaker that is usually
et la noire
(–) à la noire
connected
in
a
different way. The subwoofer is used to play only the
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low
frequencies
which require much more power than the other
y el negro (–) al negro(bass),
(–).
speaker channels. In order to obtain the best results, most speaker
manufacturers offer powered subwoofers, in which the speaker contains
its own amplifier on board. Sometimes the subwoofer is connected to
the receiver using the front left and right speaker outputs, and then the
front left and right speakers are connected to terminals on the subwoofer.
More often, a line-level (nonamplified) connection is made from the
receiver’s Subwoofer Output to a corresponding jack on the subwoofer,
as shown in Figure 3.
Although the subwoofer output looks similar to the analog audio jacks
used for the various components, it is filtered and only allows the low
frequencies to pass. Don’t connect this output to any other devices.
Although doing so won’t cause any harm, performance will suffer.
Preout
Subwoofer
Figure 3 – Subwoofer
Connecting Source Devices to the AVR
The AVR 347 is designed to process audio and video input signals,
playing back the audio and displaying the video on a television or
monitor connected to the AVR. These signals originate in what are
known as “source devices,” including your DVD player, CD player, DVR
(digital video recorder) or other recorder, tape deck, game console,
cable or satellite television box or MP3 player. Although the tuner is
built into the AVR, it also counts as a source, even though no external
connections are needed, other than the FM and AM antennas and the
XM antenna module.
Separate connections are required for the audio and video portions of
the signal, except for digital HDMI connections. The types of connections
used depend upon what’s available on the source device, and for video
signals, the capabilities of your video display.
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Audio Connections
There are two formats for audio connections: digital and analog. Digital
audio signals are of higher quality, and are required for listening to
sources encoded with digital surround modes, such as Dolby Digital and
DTS. There are three types of digital audio connections: HDMI, coaxial
and optical. Any one type of digital audio connection may be used for
each source device, but never more than one for the same source.
However, it’s okay to make both analog and digital audio connections
at the same time to the same source.
NOTE: Since the AVR 347 is capable of processing the audio
and video portions of most HDMI signals, if your video display
device has an HDMI input, you may make a single HDMI
connection from your HDMI 1.1-or-higher source device (such
as a DVD player) to the AVR. In that case, no separate digital
audio connection is required. Make sure to turn the volume on
your television all the way off.
Digital Audio
The AVR 347 is equipped with two HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface) inputs, and one output. HDMI is capable of carrying digital
audio and video information using a single cable, thus delivering the
highest possible quality picture and sound.
The AVR 347 is Simplay HD-verified for compatibility via the HDMI
connection with other Simplay HD-verified products.
There are different versions of HDMI, depending on the capability of the
source device and the type of signal it is capable of transmitting via the
HDMI connection.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The AVR 347 cannot convert 1080i or
1080p analog video signals to the HDMI format, and downconverts
them to 720p for the Component Video Outputs. This affects users
of Microsoft® Xbox® 360 systems and some older set-top boxes.
If your digital cable television set-top box outputs 1080i or better
video via component video outputs and is not equipped with an
HDMI output, contact your cable operator for a replacement.
For Xbox 360 and satellite television customers, either change
the settings on your source device to ensure that it outputs only
720p video through its component video outputs, which the
AVR can convert to the HDMI format, or connect the AVR’s
Component Video Monitor Outputs to the video display.
Although you could connect the source device’s component
video outputs directly to your video display, you would then
have to select the correct video input on the display, depending
on which source input on the AVR was in use.
The physical HDMI connection is simple. The connector is shaped for
easy plug-in (see Figure 4). If your video display has a DVI input, you
may use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter (not included) to connect it to the
AVR’s HDMI Output.
Figure 4 – HDMI Connection
HDMI cable runs are usually limited to about 10 feet. The AVR 347
incorporates a repeater, which allows an additional 10 feet of cable
between the source device and the video display.
If your video display or source device is not HDMI-capable, use one of the
analog video connections (composite, S- or component video) and if available
on your source device, either a coaxial or optical digital audio connection.
In addition, receivers and processors such as the AVR 347 may handle
the incoming signal in several different ways, depending on their capability
Connections
Coaxial
digital audio jacks are usually color-coded in orange. Although
as well. Thanks to its powerful processor, the AVR 347 is capable of Audio
they look similar to analog jacks, they should notLeft
be confused, and you
processing both the audio and video components of the HDMI data,
Right
should
not
connect
coaxial
digital
audio
outputs
to
analog inputs or
minimizing the number of cable connections in your system.
Front (FL/FR)
vice(C)
versa. See Figure 5.
Center
NOTE: Some multichannel audio devices, such as DVD-Audio,
Surround
SACD, HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc players, output some audio
Coaxial(SL/SR)
digital
Coaxial
audio cable
Subwoofer
(SUB)
formats only through the source’s multichannel analog outputs.
These include DVD-Audio players with HDMI version 1.0, and
Figure 5 – Coaxial Digital Audio
HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players that do not decode the digital Digital Audio Connections
Optical digital audio connectors are often covered by a shutter to protect
audio. In those cases, make a separate analog audio connection Coaxial
them from dust. The shutter opens as the cable is inserted. Input conin addition to the HDMI connection, which is still used for video
Optical
Output
Input
nectors are color-coded using a black shutter, while outputs use a gray
or if you wish to listen to Dolby Digital, DTS or PCM materials
shutter.
See Figure 6.
that may be stored on the disc.
Video
Connections
Optical Pr
Y
Pb
Optical digital
In addition, the AVR 347 will convert analog video signals to the HDMI Component
audioAudio
cable Connections
Composite
format, upscaling to high-definition 720p resolution. Source signals
Left
Right
Figure
6
S-Video – Optical Digital Audio
with 1080i or 1080p resolution are passed via the HDMI Output to
Front (FL/FR)
your display at their original high-quality resolution, depending on your
Due toCenter
the nature
of digital signals as binary bits, they aren’t subject
(C)
display’s capabilities. You may view the AVR 347’s own on-screen
Surround
(SL/SR) the way analog signals are. Therefore, the quality
to signal
degradation
display menus using the HDMI output.
(SUB)
of all Subwoofer
digital audio
connections should be the same, although it is
important
to
limit
the
length of the cable. Whichever type of connection
Digital Audio Connections
you choose,
Harman
Kardon recommends that you always select the
Coaxial
highest
quality
cables
available within yourOutput
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Input
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Analog Audio
Analog connections require two cables, one for the left channel (white)
and one for the right channel (red). These two cables are often attached
to each other for most of their length. See Figure 7.
Most sources that have digital audio jacks also have analog audio jacks,
although some older types of sources, such as tape decks, have only
analog jacks. For sources that are capable of both digital and analog
audio, you may wish to make both connections.
The analog audio connection is strongly recommended if you intend to
use the source with the multiroom system. It’s required if you will be
using the multiroom preamp outputs with an external amplifier to power
your remote speakers, as the AVR 347’s multiroom system is not capable of converting the digital signal to analog format. It’s suggested that
you also use the analog audio connections when using the surround
back/multiroom speaker outputs, in case another two-channel digital
audio source is in use in the main listening area. The AVR 347 is only
capable of processing one PCM source at a time.
If you wish to record materials from DVDs or other copy-protected
sources, you may only do so using analog connections. Remember to
comply with all copyright laws, if you choose to make a copy for your
own personal use.
Analog audio
cable (RCA)
L
R
Figure 7 – Analog Audio
Multichannel analog connections are used with some high-definition
sources where the copy-protected digital content is decoded inside the
source. These types of connections are usually used with DVD-Audio,
SACD, Blu-ray Disc, HD-DVD and other multichannel players. See Figure 8.
However, the multichannel analog audio connection is not required for
DVD-Audio players compliant with HDMI version 1.1 or better, or HD-DVD
and Blu-ray Disc players that decode the digital audio internally and
output linear PCM signals in digital format. Consult the owner’s guide
for your disc player for more information.
Front Surround Center
AVR 347 remote to control the iPod, with navigation messages displayed
on the front panel and on a video display connected to the AVR. The
Bridge outputs analog audio to the AVR 347, and it is available to the
multiroom system.
Figure 9 – The Bridge
Video Connections
Although some sources produce an audio signal only (e.g., CD player,
tape deck), many sources output both audio and video signals (e.g.,
DVD player, cable television box, HDTV tuner, satellite box, VCR, DVR).
In addition to the audio connection, you will need to connect one type
of video connection for each source (never more than one at the same
time for any source).
Digital Video
If you have already connected a source device to one of the HDMI
inputs as explained in the Digital Audio Connections section, then you
have automatically made a video connection at the same time, as the
HDMI signal includes both digital audio and video components.
If the source device is not capable of transmitting its digital audio signal
through the HDMI connection, then use one of the coaxial or optical
digital audio inputs for the source.
If a multichannel analog audio connection is required for certain lossless
formats (e.g., DVD-Audio, SACD, HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc), you may
make both connections, but you must also make an analog video
connection. To listen to the multichannel disc, first select the analog
video source input, then select the 6-/8-channel analog audio inputs, and
the AVR will retain the last video source you selected other than HDMI.
The AVR 347 is Simplay HD-verified for compatibility via the HDMI
connection with other Simplay HD-verified products.
Figure 4 (repeated) – HDMI Connection
Analog Video
Multichannel
analog audio
cable (RCA)
There are three types of analog video connections: composite video,
S-video and component video. Composite video is the basic connection
most commonly available. The jack is usually color-coded yellow, and
Subwoofer
looks like an analog audio jack, although it is important never to confuse
the two. Do not plug a composite video cable into an analog or coaxial
Figure 8 – Multichannel Analog Audio
digital
audio jack, or vice versa. Both the chrominance (color) and
Audio
Connections
luminance
(intensity) components of the video signal are transmitted
Harman Kardon receivers also include a proprietary, dedicated audio
Left
Right
using
a
single
connection called “The Bridge/DMP”. If you own an iPod with a dock Front (FL/FR) cable. See Figure 10.
connector, you may separately purchase The Bridge and connect it to CenterComposite
(C)
The Bridge/DMP port on the receiver. See Figure 9. Dock your iPod Surround
video cable
(SL/SR)
(not included) in The Bridge, and you may listen to your audio materials
Subwoofer
Figure 10 (SUB)
– Composite Video
through your high-performance audio system. If your iPod is photoor video-capable, you may view still images or video materials stored DigitalS-video,
or “separate” video, transmits the chrominance and luminance
Audio Connections
on the iPod using your home theater system. You may even use the
components using separate wires contained within a single cable. The
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plug on an S-video cable contains four metal pins, plus a plastic guide
pin. Be careful to line up the plug correctly when you insert it into the
jack on the receiver, source or video display. See Figure 11.
The AM loop antenna needs to be assembled. Then connect the two
leads to the screw terminals on the receiver. See Figure 14.
S-video cable
Figure 11 – S-Video
Component video separates the video signal into three components –
one luminance (“Y”) and two sub-sampled color signals (“Pb” and “Pr”) –
that are transmitted using three separate cables. The “Y” cable is colorcoded green, the “Pb” cable is colored blue and the “Pr” cable is
colored red. See Figure 12.
Audio Connections
Component
Front (FL/FR)
video cable
Center (C)
Surround (SL/SR)
Subwoofer (SUB)
Figure 12 – Component Video
Left
Right
Figure 14 – AM Antenna
RS-232 Serial Port
The RS-232 serial port on the AVR 347 is used only for data. If
Harman Kardon releases a software upgrade for the receiver’s operating
system at some time in the future, the upgrade may be downloaded
to the AVR using this port. Complete instructions will be provided at
that time.
Digital Audio Connections
If it’s available on your video display, HDMI is recommended as the best
Coaxial
quality
connection, followed by component video, S-video and then
Optical
Output
Input
composite
video.
Video Connections
NOTES:
Component
Y
Pb
Pr
Composite
• Due to copy-protection restrictions, there is no output at the
S-Video
Component Video Monitor Outputs for copy-protected sources.
• High-resolution 1080i and 1080p video signals are not available at the HDMI Output, and are downconverted to 720p for
the Component Video Outputs. If your source outputs analog
high-resolution video, either use the Component Video Outputs,
change the output resolution of your source device to 720p,
or connect your source’s component video outputs directly
to your video display.
• Due to the design of some video displays, analog 480p or
720p component video source signals may produce artifacts
when used with the AVR’s analog video outputs (composite,
S-video or component video). If this occurs, try changing the
Video Mode setting in the INPUT SETUP menu, or connecting
the source device’s video output directly to your video display.
However, for best results, we recommend that you consider
upgrading to an HDMI-capable video display.
Antennas
The AVR 347 uses separate terminals for the included FM and AM
antennas that provide proper reception for the tuner.
The FM antenna uses a 75-ohm F-connector. See Figure 13.
Figure 13 – FM Antenna
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You are now ready to connect your various components to your receiver.
Before beginning, make sure that all components, including the AVR 347,
are turned completely off and their power cords are unplugged. Don’t
plug any of the power cords back in until you have finished
making all of your connections.
Remember that your receiver generates heat while it is on. Select
a location that leaves several inches of space on all sides of the receiver.
It is preferable to avoid completely enclosing the receiver inside a
cabinet. It is also preferable to place components on separate shelves
rather than stacking them directly on top of the receiver. Some surface
finishes are delicate. Try to select a location with a sturdy surface finish.
Step Three – Connect the Antennas
Connect the FM and AM antennas to their terminals. If you have purchased
an XM antenna module designed for connection to an XM Ready device,
such as the AVR 347, you may connect it now. To enjoy XM Radio,
remember to purchase a subscription and activate your antenna module.
More information is available at www.xmradio.com.See Figure 19.
AVR 347
Step One – Connect the Speakers
If you have not yet done so, place your speakers in the listening room,
as described in the Speaker Placement section above.
Connect the center, front left, front right, surround left, surround
right, surround back left and surround back right loudspeakers to the
corresponding speaker terminals on the AVR 347. See Figure 17.
Remember to maintain the proper polarity by always connecting the
positive and negative terminals on each speaker to the positive and
negative terminals on the receiver. Use the Connection Color Guide
on page 19 as a reference.
FR
FL
SR
SBR
Figure 19 – Antenna Connections
Step Four – Connect the Source Components
Use the Table A4 worksheet in the Appendix to note which connections
you will use for each of your source devices.
For each source, select a source input (Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, etc.).
In Table 2 we recommend connecting certain types of sources to certain
source inputs to make it easier to program and use the remote control.
C
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AM
FM
SL
SBL
Figure 17 – Speaker Connections
NOTE: If you only have one surround back speaker, wait until
after you have run EzSet/EQ in the Initial Setup section before
connecting it to the Surround Back Left speaker outputs.
Step Two – Connect the Subwoofer
Connect the Subwoofer Output on the AVR 347 to the line-level input on
your subwoofer. See Figure 18. Consult the manufacturer’s guide for the
subwoofer for additional information.
AVR 347
SUB
Figure 18 – Subwoofer Connection
Decide which audio connections you will use. If your source device has
them, use one of the HDMI, coaxial digital or the optical digital audio
connection. Referring to Table 2, we recommend that you connect the
DVD source to the Coaxial 1 input jack, and the source designated
Video 2 to the Optical 1 input jack. If you are using the HDMI inputs,
then in most cases no other audio connection is required. If your source
outputs video but not audio via its HDMI connection, then select any
available digital audio input on the AVR to use with the source. If your
HDMI source plays DVD-Audio, SACD, HD-DVD, Blu-ray Discs or another
multichannel audio format, connect its multichannel analog audio outputs
to the AVR 347’s 6-/8-Channel Inputs, and connect one of its analog
video outputs to a source input on the AVR 347 (e.g., Component Video
3 or Video 3). When you select that source input, e.g., Video 3, select
the 6-/8-Channel Inputs, and the AVR will automatically use the analog
video input.
NOTE: The multichannel analog audio connection is not required
for DVD-Audio players compliant with HDMI version 1.1 or better,
or HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players that decode the digital audio
internally and output linear PCM signals in digital format. Consult
the owner’s guide for your disc player for more information.
In addition to the digital audio connections, we recommend that you
connect the analog audio connections for each source, as a backup to
the digital connections, for recording, for use with the multiroom system,
or in the event that you use all eight of the digital audio inputs for other
devices. For sources that don’t have digital audio outputs, you must use
the analog audio connections.
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For each video source, select one type of video connection. HDMI video
is preferred, but both your source device and your video display must
have this type of video capability. If either device does not, then use
component video, S-video or composite video.
Referring to Table 2, we recommend that you connect the DVD source
to the Component Video 1 inputs, the Video 1 source to the Component
Video 2 inputs, and the Video 2 source to the Component Video 3 inputs.
Any HDMI-capable source devices should be connected to one of the
two HDMI inputs. All other source devices should be connected to either
the component, S- or composite video input for that source. However,
you may make whatever video connections are best for your system.
NOTE: It’s possible for a source to use none of the connections
named for that source. For example, you might connect your
DVD player to the Component Video 1 inputs and the Coax 1
digital audio input. However, we will refer to this source as
“DVD,” and in the Initial Setup section you will program the
receiver so that these connections are assigned to the DVD
source. When you select “DVD” as your source using the front
panel or the remote, the correct connections for your DVD
player will be used.
We recommend connecting your various sources using the connections
shown in Table 2 (below) in order to simplify programming your receiver
and remote control. However, you may connect any device to any
source input.
Table 2 – Recommended Source Component Connections
Source Device Type
AVR 347 Source Input
Audio Connections
Video Connections
VCR, DVR, PVR,
TiVo or other
audio/video recorder
Video 1
• Video 1 Analog (inputs and outputs)
and
• Any one available coaxial or optical digital,
audio input, with corresponding coax
or optical digital output
• One of Component Video 2, Video 1 S-video
or Video 1 Composite Video Input
• For recording, use Video 1 S-video or
Composite Video Output, and do not use
component video connections at all
Cable TV, satellite TV,
HDTV or other
device that delivers
television programs
Video 2
• Video 2 Analog Inputs and
• Optical 1 Input
• One of Component Video 3, Video 2
S-video or Video 2 Composite Video Input
TV or other audio/video Video 3
device (only when used
as a source)
• Video 3 Analog Inputs and
• Any one available coaxial or optical
digital audio input
• Video 3 S-video or Video 3 Composite
Video Input
• Not required if source is a TV
TV, game console,
camera or other
audio/video device
Video 4 (front-panel jacks)
• Video 4 Analog Inputs and
• Either Coax 3 or Optical 3 Input
• Video 4 S-video or Video 4 Composite Video
Input
• Not required if source is a TV
DVD Audio/Video,
SACD, HD-DVD,
Blu-ray Disc
DVD
• DVD Analog Inputs
• 6-/8-Channel Inputs (optional) and
• Coax 1 Input
• Component Video 1 Input
HDMI-capable DVD
HDMI 1
Audio/Video or HD-DVD
player or other audio/
video device
• HDMI 1 Input
• 6-/8-Channel Inputs (optional)
• HDMI 1 Input
HDMI-capable DVD
HDMI 2
Audio/Video or HD-DVD
player or other audio/
video device
• HDMI 2 Input
• 6-/8-Channel Inputs (optional)
• HDMI 2 Input
CD player
CD
• CD Analog Inputs and
• Any one available coaxial or optical
digital audio input
• Not required
CDR, MiniDisc,
cassette
Tape
• Tape Analog (inputs and outputs) and
• Any one available coaxial or optical digital,
audio input, with corresponding output
or optical digital output
• Not required
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NOTE: The AVR 347 is equipped with a total of eight digital
audio inputs, not including the HDMI inputs: six on the rear panel
(Coaxial 1, 2 and 3, Optical 1, 2 and 3) and two on the front
panel (Coaxial 4 and Optical 4). However, there are a total of nine
sources that may be connected to devices that have digital audio
outputs. We recommend certain digital audio connections simply
because, as reflected in Table A1 of the Appendix, those digital
audio inputs are assigned to those sources by default at the factory.
But any digital audio input (except HDMI) may be reassigned to
any source. Since you may not be using all nine source inputs,
you may reassign a digital audio input that is recommended for
a source you aren’t using to another device. Table 2 is a guide;
you may need to make adjustments to fit your system.
Video 1 Source
Since this source includes audio and video recording output jacks, it is
best suited to a video recorder, such as your VCR or DVR/PVR.
Referring to Table 2, connect your recorder to the Video 1 Analog Audio
inputs and outputs and to any available coaxial or optical digital audio
input (and corresponding digital audio output). See Figure 20. Use either
the Video 1 S-video or composite video input and output if you wish to
make recordings. If you don’t plan on recording, you may use the
Component Video 2 inputs.
Figure 21 – Video 2 A/V, Digital Audio and Component Video Inputs
Video 3 Source
The Video 3 source is used for playback only. The remote control is
programmed to operate a TV, but you may connect any audio/video
source device to the Video 3 inputs and use the device’s own remote
to control it.
If you receive your television programming using your TV with an antenna
or direct cable connection, connect the analog audio outputs (if available
on your TV) to the Video 3 Analog Audio inputs. See Figure 22. Do not
connect any video output on the television set to any video input on the
receiver. See Step Five for information on connecting the receiver’s
video monitor outputs to the TV.
NOTE: You may connect any video source other than a display
device to the Video 3 S-video or composite video inputs.
Figure 22 – Video 3 A/V Inputs
Video 4 Source
Figure 20 – Video 1 A/V Inputs and Outputs, and Digital Audio Inputs and Outputs
Remember to connect the audio and video output jacks on your
recorder to the Video 1 or digital audio input jacks on the AVR, and the
audio and video input jacks on your recorder to the Video 1 or digital
audio output jacks on the AVR.
NOTE: It isn’t possible to make recordings using component
video or HDMI connections. Keep this in mind as you connect
other source devices that you may wish to make recordings from.
Video 2 Source
The Video 2 source is used only for playback. The AVR 347 remote
control is programmed to operate many brands and models of cable
and satellite television devices, and we recommend connecting your
cable or satellite set-top box to this source.
Referring to Table 2, connect your set-top box to the Video 2 Analog
Audio inputs and to the Optical 1 Digital Audio input. If possible, use
the Component Video 3 inputs. Otherwise, connect the set-top box’s
S-video or composite video output to the matching Video 2 video input.
See Figure 21.
The Video 4 source is used only for playback. It is also generally
reserved for components that are only temporarily connected to the
receiver, such as cameras and game consoles. When not in use, you
may place the supplied covers over the front-panel Video 4 jacks for
a cleaner appearance. Simply snap the covers in place. When you wish
to use the jacks, gently press on the left side of each cover to pivot
it out for removal.
Referring to Table 2, connect your camera or game console to the
Video 4 Analog Audio inputs and to either the Coaxial 4 or Optical 4
digital audio input. Connect the component’s S-video or composite
video output to the matching Video 4 video input. See Figure 23.
Figure 23 – Video 4 A/V and Digital Audio Inputs
NOTE: The Video 4 Input Selector on the remote may be programmed to operate a television or video display only.
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IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MICROSOFT® XBOX® 360 USERS:
The Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming system is capable of outputting
high-definition 1080i and 1080p video signals using the analog
component video outputs. Since the AVR 347 is not capable of
converting these analog component video signals to the HDMI
format, and downconverts them to 720p for the Component
Video Outputs, to view your Xbox 360’s video output, either
connect the Xbox’s component video outputs to your video display, or change your Xbox 360’s settings so that it outputs 720p
video, which the AVR 347 can then convert to the HDMI format.
DVD
The DVD source is used for a DVD player. If you have a more advanced
multichannel device, such as a Blu-ray Disc or HD-DVD player, you may
connect it to the DVD source, or to one of the HDMI sources.
Referring to Table 2, connect your DVD player to the DVD Analog
Audio inputs and to the Coaxial 1 Digital Audio input. If possible, use
the Component Video 1 inputs. Otherwise, connect the DVD player’s
S-video or composite video output to the matching DVD video input.
See Figure 24.
Content Protection) in order to display copy-protected materials. If the
source device is not capable of outputting digital audio via its HDMI
output, connect its coaxial or optical digital audio output to an available
input on the AVR. If the source device plays multichannel discs (e.g.,
DVD-Audio, SACD, HD-DVD, Blu-ray Disc), connect its multichannel
analog audio outputs to the AVR 347’s 6-/8-Channel Inputs (but see
note above). Connect one of the source’s analog video outputs to a
source input on the AVR (e.g., Component Video 3 or Video 3) and
select that source input, then select the 6-/8-Channel Inputs for audio;
the AVR 347 will retain the last video selection other than HDMI.
See Figure 26.
The AVR 347 is Simplay HD-verified for compatibility via the HDMI
connection with other Simplay HD-verified products.
If your video display is equipped with a DVI (Digital Video Interface)
input, you may use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter (not included).
Figure 26 – HDMI and Digital Audio Inputs
CD
The CD source is used for a strictly audio device, such as a CD player.
Referring to Table 2, connect your CD player to the CD Analog Audio
inputs and to any available digital audio input. See Figure 27.
Figure 24 – DVD A/V, Digital Audio and Component Video Inputs
If your DVD player plays multichannel lossless discs, such as SACD or
DVD-Audio, or when an HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc player is used, you
may also need to connect the 6- or 8-channel analog audio outputs on
the player to the 6-/8-channel analog audio inputs on the receiver, in
order to enjoy these discs to their fullest. See Figure 25.
Figure 27 – CD Audio Inputs and Digital Audio Inputs
No video connections are needed.
Tape
The Tape source is used for audio-only recorders, such as a CDR,
MiniDisc or cassette deck.
Figure 25 – 6-/8-Channel Analog Audio Inputs
NOTE: The multichannel analog audio connection is not required
for DVD-Audio players compliant with HDMI version 1.1 or better,
or HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players that decode the digital audio
internally and output linear PCM signals in digital format. Consult
the owner’s guide for your disc player for more information.
HDMI 1 and 2
The HDMI sources are used with devices that are capable of outputting
digital, audio and video through an HDMI connection, such as an
HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc player or HDTV tuner. The HDMI 1 and 2
sources are not used with any of the 2-channel analog audio or video
inputs on the AVR 347.
Make sure your video display is HDMI-capable, and for many source
devices, the display must be HDCP-compliant (High-Bandwidth Digital
Referring to Table 2, connect your recorder to the Tape Analog Audio
inputs and outputs, and to any available digital audio input (and corresponding digital audio output). See Figure 28.
Figure 28 – Tape Audio Inputs and Outputs, and Digital Audio Inputs and Outputs
Remember to connect the output jacks on your recorder to the Tape
or digital audio input jacks on the AVR, and the input jacks on your
recorder to the Tape or digital audio output jacks on the AVR.
No video connections are needed.
The
Bridge
TM
With Harman Kardon’s optional The Bridge, you can listen to audio or
view videos stored on your iPod (not included), use your AVR 347
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remote control to operate the iPod, and even charge the iPod while
it’s docked in The Bridge.
Simply plug the proprietary cable from The Bridge into the special
The Bridge/DMP connector on the rear of the AVR 347. See Figure 29.
Refer to the owner’s manual for The Bridge to select the appropriate
insert to match your iPod.
If you used component video for any sources, connect the Component
Video Monitor Outputs on the receiver to one set of component video
inputs on your display. See Figure 31. The AVR 347 is able to transcode
composite and S-video sources to component video. If your video display has component video inputs, then you need only to connect the
Component Video Monitor Outputs and you may proceed to Step Six.
Figure 31 – Component Video Monitor Outputs
Figure 29 – The Bridge/DMP Connector
Step Five – Connect Video Display
Only video connections should be made between the receiver and
your video display (TV), unless your TV is the source for your television
programming (see Video 3 Source on page 26).
If you used an HDMI video connection for any of your sources, then connect the HDMI Output on the AVR to an HDMI input on your video display.
See Figure 30. Consult the owner’s guide for your television to learn
the proper procedure for disabling or muting the audio. Unless you have a
non-HDMI source device that outputs 1080i or higher video via an analog
component video connection (see note below), no other video connections
are required, thanks to the AVR 347’s ability to transcode analog video
signals to HDMI, and you may proceed to Step Six.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The AVR 347 cannot convert 1080i or
1080p analog video signals to the HDMI format and downconverts
them to 720p for the Component Video Outputs. This affects users
of Microsoft Xbox 360 systems and some older set-top boxes.
If your digital cable television set-top box outputs 1080i or higher
video via component video outputs only contact your cable operator
for a replacement unit equipped with an HDM output.
For Xbox 360 or satellite receivers with no HDMI output, change
the settings on your source device so that it outputs only 720p
video through its component video outputs, which the AVR can
convert to the HDMI format. Although you could connect the source
device’s component video outputs directly to your video display, you
would then have to select the correct video input on the display to
match the AVR’s input.
If you used S-video for any sources, connect the S-video Monitor output
on the receiver to an S-video input on your display. See Figure 32. The
AVR 347 converts composite video sources to S-video. If your video
display has S-video inputs, then you need only to connect the S-Video
Monitor Output and you may proceed to Step Six.
If you used composite video for any sources, but not component video
or S-video, connect the Composite Video Monitor output on the receiver
to a composite video input on the display. See Figure 32.
Figure 32 – S-Video and Composite Video Monitor Outputs
Consult the manual for your TV to make sure you understand how to
select each video input.
Step Six – Plug in AC Power
Having made all of your wiring connections, it is now time to plug each
component’s AC power cord into a working outlet.
You may plug one device into the AC Switched Accessory Outlet on the
rear of the AVR 347. See Figure 33. Make sure this device draws no
more than 50 watts. The device should have its mechanical or master
power switch turned on, and it will power on any time the AVR 347 is
turned on.
Figure 30 – HDMI Output
Figure 33 – Switched AC Accessory Outlet
If your television does not have HDMI or DVI video inputs, you will need
to make a video connection for each type of video used for your sources.
First, determine what types of video your display is capable of handling.
Component video is preferred, followed by S-video and then composite
video. Ideally, this guided you in selecting the video connections for your
sources.
Next, note which types of video connections you used for your source
devices. Make sure you didn’t use a better type of video connection
for a source than your video display can handle. If so, disconnect the
source and use a video connection that’s compatible with your display.
Before plugging the AVR 347’s AC Power Cord into an electrical outlet,
make sure that the Master Power Switch on the front panel is popped
out so that the word OFF appears on its top. Gently press the button to
turn the switch off. This will prevent the possibility of damaging the AVR
in case of a transient power surge.
The AVR 347 is equipped with a detachable power cord. It allows
you to fully wire your system before installing the AVR, which may be
required for some in-wall entertainment centers or custom applications.
The male end of the cord should be plugged into an unswitched AC
power outlet, and the female end should be plugged into the receptacle
on the AVR 347’s rear panel. See Figure 34.
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You may have noticed that three of the Input Selectors look different
from the others (see Figure 36). For the DVD/CD, TAPE/The Bridge and
HDMI 1/HDMI 2 Selectors, there is a primary source, the name of which
is printed on the button, and a secondary source, the name of which is
printed in green above the button.
Figure 34 – AC Power Input
Step Seven – Insert Batteries in Remote
The AVR 347 remote control uses three AAA batteries, which are
included.
To remove the battery cover located on the back of the remote,
firmly press the ridged depression and slide the cover toward the top
of the remote.
Insert the batteries, as shown in Figure 35, making sure to observe
the correct polarity.
When the remote is in the device mode for the primary source, e.g.,
DVD, pressing the device selector will cause it to light up in red. When
the remote is in the secondary source’s device mode, the selector will
light up in green when pressed.
To switch between the primary and secondary device modes, press the
selector twice quickly in succession. The selector will retain this selection
until the next time you toggle between the primary and secondary device
modes. That is, if you press the DVD/CD Selector twice quickly so that
the CD source is activated, then press another source selector, such as
Video 1, the next time you press the DVD/CD Selector, the remote will
return to the CD device mode.
The AVR 347’s remote is factory-programmed to control an iPod
docked in The Bridge and many Harman Kardon DVD and CD players.
If you have other source devices in your system, follow these steps to
program the correct codes into the remote.
1. Using the codes in Tables A9–A16 of the Appendix, look up the
product type (e.g., DVD, cable TV box) and the brand name of your
source. The number(s) listed is/are potential candidates for the
correct code set for your particular device.
Figure 35 – Remote Battery Compartment
When using the remote, remember to point the lens toward the front
panel of the AVR 347. Make sure no objects, such as furniture, are
blocking the remote’s path to the receiver. Bright lights, fluorescent lights
and plasma video displays may interfere with the remote’s functioning.
The remote has a range of about 20 feet, depending on the lighting
conditions. It may be used at an angle of up to 30 degrees to either
side of the AVR.
If the remote seems to operate intermittently, or if pressing a button
on the remote does not cause the AVR Selector or one of the Input
Selectors to light up, then make sure the batteries have been inserted
correctly, or replace all three batteries with fresh ones.
Step Eight – Program Sources Into the Remote
The AVR 347 remote not only is capable of controlling the receiver,
but it may also be programmed to control many brands and models of
VCRs, DVD players, CD players, cable boxes, satellite receivers, cassette
decks and TVs, as well as an iPod docked in The Bridge.
It may help to think of the remote as a book with pages. Each “page”
represents the button functions for a different device. In order to access
the functions for a particular device, you first need to turn to that page;
that is, switch the remote to that device mode. This is done by pressing
the AVR Button to access the codes that control the receiver, or the
Input Selector Buttons to access the codes for the devices programmed
into the remote.
2. Turn on your source device.
3. This step places the remote in program mode, and varies slightly,
depending on which Input Selector is being programmed. Refer to
Figure 36.
a) DVD, Tape, Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 and Video 4 Sources:
Press and hold the Input Selector until the Program Indicator LED
starts to flash, then release it. Follow the directions in Step 4, below.
b) CD Source: Press the DVD/CD Input Selector twice quickly so
that it turns green, hold it until the Program LED starts to flash,
then release. Follow the directions in Step 4, below.
c) HDMI 1 Source: Press and hold the Input Selector until it turns
red and the Program LED flashes, then release it. Next, press the
Input Selector that corresponds to the device type you want to
program into the HDMI 1 mode, i.e., DVD, VCR/PVR or CBL/SAT.
Then follow the directions in Step 4, below.
d) HDMI 2 Source: Press and release the Input Selector once, then
quickly press the Input Selector again so that it turns green. Hold
it until the Program LED starts to flash, then release it. Next, press
the Input Selector that corresponds to the device type you want to
program into the HDMI 2 mode, i.e., DVD, VCR/PVR or CBL/SAT.
Then follow the directions in Step 4, below.
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a) Place the two remotes so that their IR transmitters face each other
end to end, separated by about one inch. See Figure 37. The
AVR 347 remote’s transmitter also serves as an IR receiver during
the learning process.
Figure 37 – AVR 347 and Original Remote Head-to-Head
Figure 36 – Input Selectors
4. Enter a code from Step 1, above.
a) If the device turns off, then press the Input Selector again to accept
the code; it will flash. The remote will exit the Program mode.
b) Press the Input Selector for the device mode you wish to learn a
code into, and place the AVR 347 remote in Learning mode by
pressing and holding the Learn Button until the Program Indicator
flashes in amber, then release. See Figure 38.
b) If the device does not turn off, try entering another code. If you
run out of codes, you may search through all of the codes in the
remote’s library for that product type by pressing the ⁄ or ¤
Button repeatedly until the device turns off. When the device turns
off, enter the code by pressing the Input Selector, which will flash.
The remote then exits Program mode.
5. Once you have programmed a code, it’s a good idea to try using
some other functions to control the device. Sometimes, manufacturers
use the same Power code for several different models, while other
codes will vary. You may wish to repeat this process until you’ve
programmed a satisfactory code set that operates most of the
functions you frequently use.
6. You may find out which code number you have programmed by
pressing and holding the Input Selector to enter the Program mode.
Then press the Set Button, and the LED will flash in the code
sequence. One flash represents “1”, two flashes for “2”, and so forth.
A series of many fast flashes represents “0”. Record the codes
programmed for each device in Table 3.
Table 3 – Remote Control Codes
Source Input
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
DVD
CD
Product Type
(circle one)
VCR, PVR
Cable, Satellite
TV
TV
DVD, PVR, CBL, SAT
DVD, PVR, CBL, SAT
DVD
CD, CDR
Remote
Control Code
Figure 38 – Learning Remote Commands
c) Press the button on the AVR 347 remote you wish to program with
the new code, and the Program Indicator will light steadily in amber.
d) Press and hold the button on the device’s original remote whose
code you wish to “learn” until the Program Indicator flashes in
green, then release it.
e) You may program additional buttons by repeating steps c) and d).
Press the Learn button once to exit Learning mode. If you prefer, you
may wait for the remote to “time out” and exit Learning mode on its
own, but this will take about 30 seconds.
If you are unable to locate a code set that correctly operates your
source device, it will not be possible to use the AVR remote to control
that device. However, you may still connect the source to the AVR 347
and operate it using the device’s original remote control. Alternatively,
you may wish to consider purchasing Harman Kardon’s optional TC 30
activity-based remote, which is programmed by accessing a large database of product codes on the Internet. The TC 30 is also capable of
“learning” codes from your device’s original remote.
Most of the button labels on the remote describe the button’s function
when used to control the AVR 347. However, the button may perform
a very different function when used to control another device. Refer to
the Remote Control Function List, Table A8 in the Appendix, for a list of
each button’s functions with the various product types.
After you have programmed a code set to operate a device, test the
functions to see which ones may be missing or not operating correctly.
You may “learn” individual key codes if you have the device’s original
remote control by following this procedure:
If you wish, you may program Macros, which are preprogrammed code
sequences that execute many code commands with a single button
press. You may also program “punch-through” codes, which allow the
remote to operate the volume, channel or transport controls of another
device without having to switch the remote’s device mode. See pages
60–61 for instructions on these advanced programming functions.
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NOTE: The AVR 347 remote is preprogrammed to operate the
transport controls of Harman Kardon DVD players when the AVR,
the Video 2 (cable/satellite) or the Video 3 (TV) source is selected.
You may change this punch-through programming at any time.
Step Nine – Remote IR Inputs and Output (Optional)
The AVR 347 is equipped with a Remote IR Input, a Multiroom IR Input
and both full-carrier and stripped Remote IR Outputs to facilitate use of
your system with a remote control in a variety of situations. See Figure 39.
Figure 39 – IR Inputs and Outputs
When the AVR 347 is placed in such a way that aiming the remote at
the front-panel IR sensor is difficult, such as inside a cabinet or facing
away from the listener, you may connect an external IR receiver, such
as the optional Harman Kardon HE 1000, to the Remote IR Input jack.
When you are using the AVR 347 in multiroom mode, you may connect
an optional IR receiver, keypad or other control device to the Multiroom
IR Input for remote control of the AVR 347 (and any sources connected
to the AVR’s Remote IR Output) from the remote zone. Any signals
transmitted through the Multiroom IR Input will only control source selection and volume for the remote zone. If a source device is being shared
with the main listening area, then any control commands issued to that
source will also affect the main room.
If any of your source devices are equipped with a compatible Remote IR
Input, you may use a 1/8" mini-plug interconnect cable (not included) to
connect the AVR’s Remote IR Output to the source device’s Remote IR
Input, which will pass any applicable remote signals transmitted through
the AVR to the source device. This enables you to control your sources
even when the AVR itself is controlled via an external IR receiver.
Check with the manufacturer of the source device for more information
on the type of IR signal expected. The AVR 347 will output a “stripped
carrier” IR signal through the Remote IR Output, but a full-carrier IR
signal is available at the Carrier Remote IR Output.
To control more than one source device using the Remote IR Output,
connect all sources in “daisy chain” fashion, with the AVR’s Remote IR
Output connected to the first device’s Remote IR Input, that device’s
Remote IR Output connected to the next device’s Remote IR Input, and
so forth. Connect devices expecting a full-carrier IR signal to the Carrier
Remote IR Output. Use the Remote IR Output for devices expecting a
stripped signal.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: Installing a multiroom system
very often requires running various cables inside walls. Always
comply with the appropriate safety codes when installing concealed wiring. The AVR 347’s multiroom connections should be
installed per the requirements of all applicable state and local
building codes, as well as NEC (National Electrical Code)
requirements. Check with your local authorities as needed to
ensure that all wiring inside walls is installed in compliance with
the proper standards. Failure to do so may present a potential
safety hazard. If you have any doubt about your ability to work
with electrical and telecommunications wiring, you are advised
to hire a professional licensed electrician or custom installer to
install the multiroom system.
1. Connect an external amplifier to the Multiroom Audio Outputs.
See Figure 40.
Figure 40 – Multiroom Audio Outputs
It is recommended that you place the amplifier in the same room
as the AVR 347 so that a shorter length of interconnect cable is used
with a long run of speaker wire to the remote room, rather than
placing the amplifier in the remote room, which necessitates a long
run of interconnect cable that would be subject to signal degradation.
Depending on the number of channels available in your amplifier, you
may distribute the AVR 347’s analog audio signal to a single pair of
speakers for 2-channel listening, to several pairs of speakers located
in several different rooms, or when listening to mono FM radio, to
individual speakers placed in different rooms. (Use the Tuning Mode
Button to select the mono mode for FM radio.)
The advantage of using the Multiroom Audio Outputs is the ability
to have a 7.1-channel system in the main listening area at the same
time others are listening to a different source in the remote zone.
However, the benefit is achieved at the expense of purchasing an
additional component, i.e., the amplifier.
2. Connect the remote speakers directly to the Surround Back/
Multiroom Speaker Outputs. See Figure 41.
Step Ten – Install a Multiroom System (Optional)
The AVR 347 offers several methods of distributing music to other listening areas in your home. As indicated in the subheading, installing a
multiroom system is not required to enjoy the home theater experience.
If you prefer not to install a multiroom system at this time, skip to Step
Eleven to turn on the AVR 347 and configure it.
Figure 41 – Surround Back/Multiroom Speaker Outputs
If you do not require a full 7.1-channel system in your main listening
area, and you prefer not to purchase an external amplifier to power
a pair of remote speakers, you may reassign the AVR 347’s surround
back amplifier channels to power the speakers. Your main system
will be limited to 5.1 channels, which affects your ability to enjoy the
many DVDs and other programs recorded in 6.1 and 7.1 channels.
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3. Connect an external amplifier to the Surround Back/Multiroom
Preamp Outputs. See Figure 42.
Figure 42 – Surround Back/Multiroom Preamp Outputs
Figure 44 – Power Switches
This method may be used when it is more important to distribute
audio to additional rooms than to have a full 7.1-channel system in
the main listening area, as it is still necessary to assign the surround
back amplifier channels to the remote zone, limiting the main system to
5.1 channels. This method also requires you to provide an additional
component, that is, the amplifier. However, this method may be used
to increase the number of remote rooms in the system when you are
also using the other options for connecting a multiroom system.
4. Connect an A-BUS hub or other A-BUS components to the A-BUS
Port. See Figure 43.
2. There are several ways in which the AVR 347 may be turned on from
Standby mode.
a) Press the Standby/On Switch on the front panel. See Figure 44.
b) Press the Source Select Button on the front panel. See Figure 45.
Figure 45 – Source Select Button
c) Using the remote, press any one of these buttons: AVR, DVD/CD,
TAPE/The Bridge, HDMI 1/2, VID1, VID2, VID3, VID4, XM, AM/FM
or 6/8CH. See Figure 46.
Figure 43 – A-BUS Port
Use Category 5/5e cable as described in the instructions for your
A-BUS components. The A-BUS system may carry the audio signal
to the remote components, while receiving IR control codes, depending on the capabilities of your A-BUS components. If you connect
a hub to the AVR 347, you may distribute audio to many remote
rooms. Visit our Web site at www.harmankardon.com for information
on our available hubs, the ABH 4 and ABH 4000, and amplified
in-wall modules, the AB 1 and AB 2.
In addition to the audio signal, you will usually wish to connect an IR
control device to the AVR 347’s Multiroom IR Input so that listeners in
the remote room may turn the multiroom system on or off, select a
source input, control the source device connected to that input and
adjust the volume in the remote zone. As mentioned above, an A-BUS
system does not require a separate IR control connection.
By using external multichannel amplifiers and A-BUS hubs, it’s possible
to construct a system that distributes audio to many rooms throughout
your home.
Figure 46 – AVR and Input Selectors
NOTE: Any time you press one of the Input Selectors on the
remote (i.e., DVD/CD, TAPE/The Bridge, HDMI 1/HDMI 2, VID1,
VID2, VID3 or VID4), the remote will switch modes so that it will
only transmit the codes programmed to operate that device. In
order to control the receiver, press the AVR button to return the
remote to AVR mode.
NOTE: Only analog audio sources are available to the multiroom
system.
Step Eleven – Turn On the AVR 347
Two steps are required the first time you turn on the AVR 347.
1. Gently press the Master Power Switch until the word OFF is no longer
visible. The Power Indicator above the two power switches should
light up in amber, indicating that the AVR is in Standby mode and is
ready to be turned on. See Figure 44. Normally, you may leave the
Master Power Switch in the ON position, even when the receiver is
not being used.
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Before you begin enjoying your new receiver, a few adjustments should
be made to configure the AVR 347 to match your actual system.
Make sure that you have connected a video display to one of the video
monitor outputs on the receiver. When you turn on your display and the
AVR, you should see a blue screen. A message may appear briefly at
the bottom of the screen. This message is part of the on-screen display
system, and is referred to as the “semi-OSD”. The semi-OSD is activated
any time you send a command to the AVR, and any time the AVR
detects a change in the incoming signal. Semi-OSD messages are
overlaid on top of any video signal, so that you may continue to watch
your program while making adjustments to the AVR.
Although it’s possible to configure the AVR using only the remote and
the semi-OSD messages, we recommend that you use the full-screen
menu system, known as the “full OSD”.
Figure 48 – OSD System
When you first select a menu, the first setting line will be highlighted
(see Figure 49).
Using the On-Screen Menu System
The full-OSD system is accessed by pressing the OSD Button on the
remote. See Figure 47. While the full-OSD system is in use, it isn’t
possible to see any video programming. In addition, an OSD ON
message will appear on the front panel of the receiver to remind
you to use a video display.
Figure 49 – Input Setup Menu
If you wish to change that setting, press the Set Button. Although the
setting name will remain highlighted, the value will appear in blue type
with arrows to the left and right, indicating that you may use the ‹ / ›
Buttons to scroll through the available values. See Figure 50. When the
desired value appears, press the Set Button to select it.
Figure 47 – Navigation Buttons
NOTE: The ‹ / › and Set Buttons on the front panel have no
effect on the OSD system.
The OSD system consists of six main menus: Input Setup, Surround
Setup, Speaker Setup, Multiroom Setup, Video Setup and System Setup.
Navigation tabs for each menu appear on the left side of the screen.
When you first press the OSD Button, the Input Setup menu will be visible (see Figure 48), since its tab is at the top of the screen. However,
you must press the Set Button to select the Input Setup menu so that
you can make any necessary adjustments. If you wish to select another
menu, use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to highlight the tab for the desired menu,
and press the Set Button to select it.
Figure 50 – Changing a Setting
Use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to navigate to other settings within the menu.
When you have finished making all adjustments in that menu, press the
‹ Button to return to the navigation tabs, and then use the ⁄/ ¤
Buttons to select the tab for another menu.
We recommend that most users follow the instructions in this INITIAL
SETUP section to configure a basic home theater system. You may
return to these menus at any time to make additional adjustments.
Thanks to the EzSet/EQ system, most of the menu adjustments may
be saved until you have become more familiar with the AVR, and are
therefore described in the Advanced Functions section.
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The Initial Setup section requires that you complete all of the steps
in the Installation section that apply to your receiver. You should have
connected all of your loudspeakers and a video display, as well as your
source devices. You should be able to turn on the receiver and view
a blue screen on your video display. If necessary, reread the Installation
Section before continuing.
Configure the AVR 347 Using EzSet/EQ
One of the most important and perhaps often overlooked aspects of
setting up a home theater system is to calibrate the receiver to match
the loudspeakers, which enables the AVR to perform at its best.
Until recently, most receivers required the user to perform the calibration
and configuration manually, a somewhat tedious process that called for
a good ear or the purchase of an SPL (sound-pressure level) meter.
Although you may configure the AVR 347 manually, as described in
the Advanced Features section, we recommend that most users take
advantage of our signature EzSet/EQ system.
Figure 52 – Speaker Setup Menu Screen
Select the “Auto Configuration” setting, and the screen shown in Figure
53 will appear to direct you to plug the EzSet/EQ microphone into the
Headphone Jack.
Before beginning, eliminate extraneous background noise that might
affect the results, such as noisy air conditioning. Try to avoid making
any loud noises while running EzSet/EQ.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: During the EzSet/EQ procedure,
a series of very loud test tones will be played through all of the
speakers. Avoid sitting or standing close to any one speaker
during the procedure. If you are particularly sensitive to loud
noises, you may wish to leave the room and have someone
else run EzSet/EQ.
Step One – Place the included EzSet/EQ microphone in the listening
position, or in the center of the room, at about the same height as the
listeners’ ears. The microphone features a threaded insert on the bottom
so that it can be mounted on a camera tripod for stability. An extender
rod is also included.
Figure 53 – EzSet/EQ Screen
Step Four – After you select “Continue”, the screen shown in Figure 54
will appear. Although the AVR 347 may be used with up to eight speakers,
you may have elected not to install surround back speakers at this time,
or you may have decided to use the surround back speaker channels to
power speakers in the remote room of a multiroom system. This screen
directs you to program EzSet/EQ for a 5.1- or 7.1-channel configuration. Select the setting that reflects the number of speakers installed in
your system, and EzSet/EQ will do the rest automatically!
Step Two – Plug the EzSet/EQ microphone into the Headphone
Jack/EzSet Microphone Input Jack on the front of the receiver.
See Figure 51.
Figure 54 – EzSet/EQ: Number of Speakers
Figure 51 – Plug EzSet/EQ microphone into receiver.
Step Three – Make sure that the AVR 347 and the video display are
turned on. Press the OSD Button to display the Menu System. See
Figure 48. Use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to move the cursor to the Speaker
Setup tab, and then press the Set Button to select the Speaker Setup
menu. See Figure 52.
NOTE: If you are using fewer than five main speakers in your
system, then it will not be possible to configure your speakers
using EzSet/EQ, and you will need to select Manual Configuration
as described in the Advanced Functions section. If you have
selected a 6.1-channel configuration, using only a single surround
back speaker, it is possible to use a combination of EzSet/EQ
automatic configuration for 5.1 speakers, connect the single
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surround back speaker to the left Surround Back Speaker Output,
and then configure the surround back speaker manually, as
described in the Advanced Functions section. However, we do
not recommend the 6.1-channel configuration.
If you have forgotten to plug in the EzSet/EQ microphone, the warning
screen shown in Figure 55 will appear as a reminder.
Figure 56 – EzSet/EQ: Speaker Level Test
If at any time the test tone is not heard from the speaker indicated on
screen, press the Set Button to stop EzSet/EQ. Turn off the AVR using
the Master Power Switch and check your speaker connections. Make
sure all wires are connected to the correct speakers and Speaker
Outputs on the AVR, and that you have observed the correct polarity
(+ terminals connected to + terminals, and – terminals connected to
– terminals).
Figure 55 – EzSet/EQ: Warning to Plug in Microphone
NOTE: As shown in Figures 53, 54 and 56–59, while
EzSet/EQ is in progress a Cancel setting is highlighted. You
may interrupt EzSet/EQ at any time by simply pressing the
Set Button.
What EzSet/EQ Does
EzSet/EQ will send test signals to the various speakers and perform
the measurements described in this section, adjusting the AVR 347’s
settings to match EzSet/EQ’s internal references.
Set Master Volume Level: EzSet/EQ sends test tones to the front
speakers and adjusts the system’s volume level to enable it to take the
remaining measurements correctly. EzSet/EQ uses the left front speaker
to set the master volume level, and then it proceeds directly to measuring the speaker output levels.
Speaker Level: During this test, EzSet/EQ ensures that all speakers
sound equally loud at the listening position. During a surround sound
presentation it is common for the surround channels to sound less
prominent, or not to be used at all at times. By setting the baseline
channel levels correctly, the AVR behaves as a blank canvas for the
movie director to create special effects.
NOTE: EzSet/EQ can detect only the presence of a speaker,
not its location within the room. If your speakers are not placed
reasonably close to the positions shown in the Speaker
Placement Section on page 23, EzSet/EQ may not be able
to perform this test correctly.
If EzSet/EQ detects only one speaker in a pair (e.g., surround back left
but no surround back right or no main speakers), it will generate an
error and stop. If that happens, check that you have placed your speakers
in their correct locations, and that you have wired each speaker to its
correct set of speaker terminals.
Speaker Distance: During this test, EzSet/EQ measures the distance
from each speaker to the listening position. If the speakers are placed
at different distances from the listener, the sound from speakers placed
closer needs to be delayed so that it reaches the listener at the same
time as the sounds from the other speakers. This preserves the clarity
and directionality of surround sound presentations. During the Speaker
Distance test a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 57 will appear.
The speaker position will change as EzSet/EQ measures the distance
for each speaker.
A screen similar to the one shown in Figure 56 will appear, with the
speaker position changing as EzSet/EQ measures the levels for each
speaker. You may occasionally hear EzSet/EQ send a tone back to the
front left speaker. This enables EzSet/EQ to compare the level of the
speaker being measured to the reference level it set for the front left
speaker.
Figure 57 – EzSet/EQ: Speaker Distance Test
NOTE: The AVR 347 is also capable of setting a different type
of delay, called A/V Sync Delay. A/V Sync Delay is used to
compensate for lip sync problems that may occur when a video
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display device or set-top box causes delays while digital video
signals are processed. It simultaneously adds a delay to all
speaker channels in the system. A/V Sync Delay is not set
during EzSet/EQ. It may be set while watching a program as
follows: press the Delay Button on the remote and the first
setting displayed is A/V Sync Delay. Press the Set Button to
select it and then use the ⁄/¤ Buttons to adjust it.
Speaker Size: This test checks the low-frequency range capabilities
of each of your speakers to ensure that low-frequency sounds are not
sent to speakers unable to reproduce them efficiently. Each of the main
speakers in your system will be assigned a value of Large or Small,
depending solely on how it handles low frequencies. During the Speaker
Size test a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 58 will appear, with
the speaker position changing as each speaker is measured.
is making these adjustments a screen similar to the one shown in
Figure 59 will appear. You may hear EzSet/EQ repeat tones from various
speakers a number of times as it performs the equalization.
Figure 59 – EzSet/EQ: Equalization
When EzSet/EQ has finished running all of these tests, a screen similar
to the one in Figure 60 will appear. You may press the Set Button,
and the Speaker Setup screen shown in Figure 52 will appear. Select
“Manual Configuration” to view the settings resulting from EzSet/EQ.
The manual Speaker Setup screens are explained in the Advanced
Functions section.
Figure 58 – EzSet/EQ: Speaker Size/Crossover Test
At the same time the overall size of the speaker’s frequency range is
measured, the AVR will measure the crossover, which is the lowest
frequency each of your main speakers is capable of handling effectively,
in order to set the highest frequency the subwoofer should reproduce.
The system balances the need to ensure that all frequencies are reproduced for smooth transitions between the subwoofer and main speakers
without losing any information, against the need to avoid overtaxing
smaller satellite speakers.
NOTE: The crossover determined by EzSet/EQ is not the same
as the crossover frequency specification that appears in the
speaker’s manual. EzSet/EQ is measuring the point at which the
audio signal must be passed from the main speaker to the subwoofer. For an individual loudspeaker, the manufacturer specifies
the point or points at which the audio signal is passed from one
transducer within the speaker to another.
Figure 60 – EzSet/EQ: Successful Configuration
Configure Sources
In the Installation section, you physically connected various cables
between your source devices and the AVR. In this section, you will
assign the various audio and video inputs to their sources, ensuring that
the AVR uses the correct connections each time you select a source.
Press the OSD Button to view the menu system. The Input Setup menu
tab will be highlighted. Press the Set Button to select it, and the screen
shown in Figure 61 will appear.
Equalization (EQ): Many factors unique to the listening room can affect
the overall sound of a home theater system. For example, a room consisting of hardwood floors and large expanses of glass can sound livelier,
with added reverberation, while a carpeted room fitted with draperies
can dampen sound waves. In addition, the shape of the room can affect
frequency response. If a room has a small alcove near a doorway, for
example, you may notice a difference in bass response depending on
whether you are standing opposite the alcove or to one side of it.
EzSet/EQ is capable of measuring the impact room characteristics and
speaker placement have on each speaker’s performance, and of making
adjustments to low-frequency response to compensate. While EzSet/EQ
Figure 61 – Input Setup Menu
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The first line indicates that the receiver is currently set to the DVD source.
Press the Set Button, and then use the › to view the next source.
The sources will be selected in the following order: Video 1, Video 2,
Video 3, Video 4, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, 6CH Direct, 8CH Direct, DMP/
The Bridge, Tape, CD, TUNER and XM. Pressing the ‹ Button selects
the sources in the reverse order.
For each of these sources, you may adjust the following settings. At a
minimum, you should make sure that sources connected to any of the
component video or digital audio inputs have the correct settings. Other
settings are optional, and you may adjust them at a later time when you
have more experience with the AVR. Refer to the Table A4 worksheet in
the appendix that you filled out during installation as you assign inputs
to each source.
TITLE: You may change the display name for any source. Not only
does this enable you to customize your system; it helps you to select
the correct source device even when you have forgotten which physical
connections were used.
Move the cursor down to the TITLE line and press the Set Button.
The screen shown in Figure 62 will appear.
NOTES:
• Only upper case letters are available for titles.
• Normally both the source input and the digital (or analog)
audio input selection appear on the upper line of the semiOSD and front-panel displays. When The Bridge source is
selected, its status as CONNECTED or UNPLUGGED appears
in place of the audio input selection. However, when a source
input is retitled, the audio input selection (or status of The
Bridge) no longer appears unless you press the Digital Input
Selector on the remote or front panel.
VIDEO IN: This setting reflects the video input that is assigned to the
source. The default assignment for all sources is COMPOSITE except
as shown in Table 5:
Table 5 – Default Video Inputs
Source Input
Default Video Input
DVD
Component 1
Video 1
Component 2
Video 2
Component 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 2
We recommend that you leave the setting for the HDMI sources as is.
For the other sources, change this setting to reflect use of the Component
1, 2 or 3 Video Input as appropriate. If you used the composite or
S-video input for any source, make sure this setting is COMPOSITE.
(There is no separate selection for S-video.)
Figure 62 – Retitling a Source Input
Use the Navigation Buttons to highlight the desired letter (or other
character), and press the Set Button to add it to the new title, which
will be displayed in the bar at the top of the screen. You may use the
Navigation Buttons, or select the left or right arrow and press the Set
Button, to move the cursor within the new title. To add a space either
move the cursor one character to the right as described above, or
highlight the SPACE indicator on screen and press the Set Button.
You may edit a title by inserting or deleting characters. To insert a new
character between two existing characters, move the cursor to highlight
the character to the right of the insertion point in the bar at the top of
the screen. Then highlight the INS indicator on screen and press the
Set Button. You may now select a character to insert in the new space.
Delete a character by moving the cursor to highlight the unwanted
character in the bar at the top of the screen. Then highlight the DEL
indicator on screen and press the Set Button.
When you have finished entering the new title, highlight the OK indicator
and press the Set Button to return to the Input Setup menu. Although
the Source Input name will remain the same in the Input Setup menu,
the new title will appear in the semi-OSD displays and the front-panel
display as appropriate.
NOTE: If your video display has an HDMI input, then you only
need to connect the AVR’s HDMI Output to the display. The
AVR 347 transcodes analog source video signals up to 720p from
composite, S-video or component video to the HDMI format, and
is also capable of upscaling the signal up to 720p to match your
display’s capabilities. The only exception to this rule is for analog
1080i/p sources, which are not available at the HDMI Output, and
are downconverted to 720p for the Component Video Outputs. If
your source device is a Microsoft Xbox 360 or an older set-top
box that outputs 1080i or higher video via component video
outputs, then set the source to output 720p video, or connect its
component video outputs to your video display.
If your display does not have an HDMI input, but does have component video inputs, you only need to connect the AVR’s Component
Video Monitor Outputs to the display. The AVR 347 transcodes composite and S-video signals to the component video format. Similarly,
if your display’s best-quality video input is S-video, you do not need
to connect the Composite Video Monitor Output to the display; any
composite video source signals will be converted to S-video format,
and S-video signals may be converted to composite video format if
your video display is not equipped with an S-video input.
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AUDIO IN: By default, the analog audio inputs are assigned at
the factory to all sources, with the following exceptions:
Table 6 – Default Digital Audio Assignments
Source Input
Default Digital Audio Input
DVD
Coax 1
Video 2
Optical 1
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 2
If you used a digital audio connection for another source, change this
setting to assign the correct digital audio input to the source, even if you
also connected the analog audio outputs of the source to the receiver.
AUTO POLL: The Auto Poll feature is used when both an analog audio
and digital audio connection have been made for one source device.
If for some reason no digital signal is available, the AVR 347 will switch
to the analog inputs for the source. This situation can occur with some
cable or satellite television broadcasts, where some channels are broadcast with digital audio and others with analog audio.
For some sources, the Auto Poll feature is unnecessary and may be
undesirable. For example, if your DVD player is stopped, you may not
want to use the analog audio signal or you may have decided not to
connect analog audio. Move the cursor to this line, press the Set Button,
and press the ‹ / › Buttons until OFF appears, disabling the Auto Poll
feature. With Auto Poll turned off, the receiver will only check for a signal
at the audio input assigned to the source.
NOTE: Since The Bridge is connected to the AVR using a
dedicated audio connection, it isn’t possible to select a different
audio input for this source. The AM/FM/XM tuner and 6-/8Channel Inputs also use dedicated audio inputs, and it isn’t
possible to select a digital audio input for these sources.
The next three lines in the Input Setup menu activate the tone controls,
and may be skipped at this time. We recommend leaving the tone
controls at their factory defaults for most listening, in order to enjoy the
sound mix created by your favorite movie and music artists. However,
if your room or speakers have unusual characteristics, or simply as
a matter of personal preference, see the Tone Controls section on
page 40 for more information.
VIDEO MODE: This setting is used only with a fully analog video path
(composite, S-video or component video). It has no effect on HDMI
sources and video displays. Due to the design of some analog video
displays and the nature of the video standard, there may be timing
issues with the AVR. If you observe some minor video instability when
using the AVR’s analog video outputs, try changing the Video Mode
setting to Mode B. If you continue to observe problems, connect your
source device’s video output directly to the video display, or consider
upgrading to an HDMI-capable display.
You are now ready to begin enjoying your new receiver!
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Now that you have installed your system components and completed at
least a basic configuration of your receiver, you are ready to begin
enjoying your home theater system.
Turning On the AVR 347
Gently press the Master Power Switch until the word OFF is no longer visible. The Power Indicator above the two power switches should light up in
amber. This indicates that the AVR is in Standby mode and is ready to be
turned on. Normally, you may leave the Master Power Switch in the ON
position, even when the receiver is not being used. See Figure 63.
settings you have programmed, including system configuration and
preset radio stations, will be preserved for up to four weeks.
Sleep Timer
You may program the AVR to play for up to 90 minutes and then turn
off automatically using the sleep timer.
Press the Sleep Button on the remote, and the time until turn-off will be
displayed. See Figure 66. Each additional press of the Sleep Button will
reduce the time until turn-off by 10 minutes, until the OFF setting is
reached, which disables the sleep timer.
Figure 66 – Sleep Button
Figure 63 – Power Switches
There are several ways in which the AVR 347 may be turned on:
a) Press the Standby/On Switch on the front panel. See Figure 63.
b) Press the Source Select Button on the front panel. See Figure 64.
When the sleep timer has been set, the front-panel display will automatically dim to half-brightness. If you press any button on the remote or
front panel, the display will return to full-brightness. The display will dim
again several seconds after your last command.
If you press the Sleep Button after the timer has been set, the remaining
time until turn-off will be displayed. You may press the Sleep Button to
change the time until turn-off. Pressing and holding the Sleep Button will
disable the sleep timer, and the SLEEP OFF message will appear.
Volume Control
Figure 64 – Source Select Button
c) Using the remote, press any one of these buttons: AVR, DVD/CD,
TAPE/The Bridge, HDMI 1/HDMI 2, VID1, VID2, VID3, VID4, XM,
AM/FM, 6/8CH. See Figure 65.
The volume may be adjusted either by turning the knob on the front
panel (clockwise to increase volume or counterclockwise to decrease
volume), or by pressing the Volume Control Buttons on the remote.
See Figure 67. The volume is displayed as a negative number of
decibels (dB) below the 0dB reference point, and may be changed
in 0.5dB increments.
Unlike the volume controls on some other products, 0dB is the maximum
volume for the AVR 347. Although it’s physically possible to turn the
volume to a higher level, doing so may damage your hearing and your
speakers. For certain more dynamic audio materials, even 0dB may be
too high, allowing for damage to equipment.
Figure 65 – AVR and Input Selectors
NOTE: Any time you press one of the remote’s Input Selectors
(i.e., DVD/CD, TAPE/The Bridge, XM, VID1, VID2, VID3, VID4 or
HDMI 1/HDMI 2), the remote will switch modes so that it will
only operate that device. To control the receiver, press the AVR
Button to return the remote to AVR mode.
To turn the receiver off, press either the Standby/On Switch on the front
panel, or press the AVR Button and the OFF Button on the remote.
Unless the receiver will not be used for an extended period of time (for
example, if you will be on vacation), it is not necessary to turn off the
Master Power Switch. When the Master Power Switch is turned off, any
Figure 67 – Volume Controls
The AVR 347 is designed to reproduce audio with a minimum amount
of distortion, which may lead you to think that your hearing and the
equipment can handle higher volumes. We urge caution with regard
to volume levels.
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Mute Function
To temporarily mute all speakers and the headphones, press the Mute
Button on the remote. See Figure 68. Any recording in progress will not
be affected. The MUTE message will flash in the display as a reminder.
To restore normal audio, either press the Mute Button again, or adjust
the volume. Turning off the AVR will also end muting.
NOTE: The AVR 347 does not have a conventional balance
control. The EzSet/EQ process compensates for any characteristics of your room or speakers, and we recommend that you
leave the settings as they are after EzSet/EQ has been run.
However, you may manually adjust the levels of the left and
right channels – decreasing one and increasing the other
by the same amount – using the Channel Adjust submenu,
as described in the Advanced Functions section. This achieves
the same effect as a balance control.
Headphones
Figure 68 – Mute Button
Tone Controls
You may boost or cut either the treble or the bass frequencies by
up to 10dB.
Using the front-panel controls or the remote, press the Tone Mode
Button once. See Figure 69. This will indicate whether the tone controls
are in or out of the circuitry. If you wish to return the tone controls to 0,
or “flat” response, press the ‹ / › Buttons (⁄/ ¤ on the remote) until
the TONE OUT message appears, which preserves any changes you
have made to the bass or treble settings for later use. To reactivate your
changes, the tone control must again be set to TONE IN.
With the TONE IN message displayed, press the Tone Mode Button
repeatedly to access TREBLE MODE and BASS MODE. Use the ‹ / ›
Buttons (⁄/ ¤ on the remote) to change the treble or bass settings,
as desired. The display will return to normal a few seconds after your
last command.
Plug the 1/4" plug on a pair of headphones into the headphone jack
on the front of the receiver for private listening. See Figure 70. The
first time you use the headphones, the DOLBY H:BP message will be
displayed, indicating that Dolby Headphone surround processing is
in the bypass mode, which delivers a conventional 2-channel signal
to the headphones.
Figure 70 – Headphone Jack
Press the Surround Select Button on the front panel, or the Dolby
Button on the remote, to switch to Dolby Headphone virtual surround
processing, indicated by the DOLBY H:DH message. Dolby Headphone
delivers an enhanced sound field that emulates a 5.1-channel speaker
system. No other surround modes are available for the headphones.
Source Selection
Press the front-panel Source Select Button to scroll through the
sources. The left side of the button scrolls down the list that appears in
the display; the right side scrolls upward. For direct access to the tuner,
press the Tuner Band Button, which switches to the last-used band and
frequency. See Figure 71.
Figure 69 – Tone Button
You may alternatively adjust the tone controls using the full-OSD menu
system. Press the OSD Button on the remote to view the Menu System.
The Input Setup tab will be highlighted. Press the Set Button to activate
the Input Setup menu. If you wish to make any changes to the TONE,
BASS or TREBLE settings, use the ⁄/ ¤ keys on the remote to move
the cursor to the line you wish to change and press the Set Button.
Once you have changed the setting using the ‹ / › Buttons, press the
Set Button to enter the new setting. When you have finished, either wait
until the display times out and disappears, press the OSD Button to clear
the display, or move the cursor to the menu tabs on the left side of the
screen, if you wish to make other changes using the menu system.
Figure 71 – Source Select and Tuner Band Buttons
NOTE: The Bridge/DMP, HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 sources have no
icon in the Source Indicators display. When selected, the appropriate indication will appear in the Message Display’s upper line.
One of two messages will scroll on the right side to indicate
whether The Bridge is unplugged or connected. If you have
retitled this source, then only the new name will appear in the
upper line.
For direct access to any source, press its Input Selector on the remote
(see Figure 65). Since the AVR 347 allows for more source input
devices than the remote has buttons for, some sources are required
to share buttons. These are the DVD and CD sources, the Tape and
The Bridge sources, and the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 sources. The first press
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of any of these three Input Selectors will select the source whose name
appears on the button (i.e., DVD, Tape or HDMI 1), as indicated by the
button lighting up in red. Press that Input Selector again quickly to select
the source whose name appears above the button (i.e., CD, The Bridge
or HDMI 2), and the selector will light in green to indicate that you have
selected the source whose name is printed above the button.
The AVR 347 will switch to the audio and video inputs assigned to the
source. If you selected a surround mode for the source, the AVR 347
will switch to that mode.
The source name will appear in the upper line of the front-panel display.
If you retitled the source, only the new title will appear. Otherwise, the
audio input assigned to the source (analog or one of the digital audio
inputs) will also appear. The surround mode will be displayed on the
lower line. The same information will also appear on screen in the
semi-OSD, unless you have set the semi-OSD to OFF in the System
Setup menu, as described in the Advanced Functions section.
Audio Input Selection
The AVR 347 is programmed at the factory to use the analog audio
inputs for each source (except for the DVD, Video 2, HDMI 1 and
HDMI 2 sources; see Table 4). To assign a digital audio input to a
source (if you have not done so using the Input Setup menu during
Initial Setup), press the Digital Button on the remote or front panel. The
current audio input selection will flash in the display, and you may press
the ⁄/ ¤ (or ‹ / › on the front panel) Buttons to scroll through the
audio inputs. When the desired input appears, press the Set Button to
select it. See Figure 72.
Figure 72 – Digital Input Selection
If the Auto Poll feature is ON in the Input Setup menu, and if a digital
audio input has been assigned to the source, the AVR 347 will first
check the digital audio input for a signal. If a signal is present, the
AVR 347 will select the digital audio input. If no signal is present,
the AVR 347 will switch to the analog audio inputs for the source.
Video Input Selection
When a source is selected, the AVR 347 switches to a video input
as follows:
The VIDEO IN line of the Input Setup menu indicates which of the video
inputs on the AVR 347 is assigned to each source. As shown in Table 5,
by default the Component Video 1 input is assigned to the DVD source,
the Component Video 2 input is assigned to the Video 1 source, and the
Component Video 3 input is assigned to the Video 2 source. The two
HDMI inputs obtain the video signal from their own inputs, and may not
be reassigned to another video input.
If your iPod is capable of playing still images and videos, it may be used
as a video source. However, you may reassign the video input for The
Bridge to another device for viewing while listening to audio files stored
on the iPod.
All other sources default to the COMPOSITE setting, meaning that they
may only be used with their composite or S-video inputs. The AVR 347
will transcode the incoming composite or S-video signal and make it
available using the HDMI or component video monitor outputs, enabling
a single-cable connection to your television.
NOTES:
• Due to copy-protection restrictions, there is no output at the
Component Video Monitor Outputs for copy-protected sources.
• High-resolution 1080i and 1080p video signals are not available at the HDMI Output, and are downconverted to 720p for
the Component Video Monitor Outputs. If your source outputs
analog high-resolution video, either use the Component Video
Outputs, change the output resolution of your source device
to 720p, or connect your source’s component video outputs
directly to your video display.
• Due to the design of some video displays, analog 480p or
720p component video source signals may produce artifacts
when used with the AVR’s analog video outputs (composite,
S-video or component video). If this occurs, try changing the
Video Mode setting in the INPUT SETUP menu, or connecting
the source device’s video output directly to your video display.
However, for best results, we recommend you consider upgrading to an HDMI-capable video display.
• The AVR 347 cannot convert 1080i or 1080p analog video
signals to the HDMI format and downconverts them to 720p for
the Component Video Outputs. This affects users of Microsoft
Xbox 360 systems and some older set-top boxes. If your digital
cable television set-top box outputs 1080i or higher video via
component video outputs and is not equipped with an HDMI
output, contact your cable operator for a replacement. For Xbox
360 or satellite receivers with no HDMI output, change the
settings on your source device so that it outputs only 720p
video through its component video outputs, which the AVR can
convert to the HDMI format. Although you could connect the
source device’s component video outputs directly to your video
display, you would then have to select the correct video input
on the display to match the AVR’s input.
The component video inputs may be reassigned to other source inputs
as needed, depending on the physical connections you made during the
Installation procedure.
If a signal is present at the component video input assigned to that
source, it will be selected.
If no signal is present at the component video input, then the S-video or
composite video input for the source will be selected. It is not possible
to reassign the S-video or composite video inputs to other sources.
For audio-only sources, such as the tuner or CD inputs, when no component video signal is present, the last-used video source will be selected.
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6-/8-Channel Direct Inputs
If you wish to hear audio through the 6-/8-Channel Direct Inputs together
with video, then connect your multichannel player to the Component
Video 1 Inputs, and connect the player’s 6- or 8-channel analog audio
outputs to the 6-/8-Channel Inputs on the AVR. Assign the component
video inputs you selected to the 6-/8-Channel Input source. The AVR
will automatically select the correct component video and audio inputs
when you select this source.
If you need to use composite or S-video for your multichannel player,
e.g., if your video display does not have component video inputs, then
connect the device to the video inputs for another source. Since the
AVR automatically selects the last-used video inputs for audio sources,
first select the source you connected the video cables to, and then the
6-/8-Channel Inputs for the audio.
Example 1: You would like to connect a DVD-Audio player to the
AVR 347. You plan on playing a variety of discs using this player,
including conventional DVDs and even CDs, as well as multichannel
discs. When playing DVDs and CDs, it is preferable to use a digital audio
connection to obtain the best sound quality and the benefit of any digital
surround formats contained on the DVD. However, when playing DVDAudio discs, you will need to use the 6-/8-channel analog audio
connections. In addition, some of these discs contain video materials.
The player does not have an HDMI output.
audio found on a DVD-Video disc) and video via the HDMI connection.
It is not necessary to make a separate digital audio connection.
b) Connect the player’s 6-channel analog audio outputs to the AVR’s
6-/8-Channel Inputs and connect one of the player’s analog video
outputs to a source input on the AVR (e.g., Component Video 3 or
Video 3).
c) Program the player’s remote control codes into the Input Selector
corresponding to the source you used for the analog video connection, e.g., Video 3.
When you wish to view a DVD, simply select the HDMI 1 source.
When you wish to play a multichannel disc, first select the analog video
source, e.g., Video 3, to obtain the correct video signal, then select the
6-/8-Channel Inputs to select the audio signal.
To select the 6-/8-Channel Inputs as the source, use either the Source
Selector on the front panel or press the 6/8CH Input Selector on the
remote. See Figure 73.
We recommend that you connect this player as follows:
a) Connect the player’s coaxial digital audio output to the Coaxial 1 input
on the AVR. This input is assigned by default to the DVD source.
b) Connect the player’s component video outputs to the Component
Video 1 inputs on the AVR, which are assigned by default to the DVD
source. If your video display doesn’t have component video inputs,
then connect the player’s composite or S-video output to the DVD’s
corresponding video input.
c) Connect the player’s 6-channel analog audio outputs to the AVR’s
6-/8-Channel Inputs and assign the Component Video 1 inputs to
this source using the Input Setup menu, as described in the Initial
Setup section.
d) Program the player’s remote control codes into the DVD Input
Selector. Note that not all commands will necessarily be available.
When you wish to view a DVD, simply select the DVD source.
When you wish to listen to a DVD-Audio disc and view the menus
and other still images on the disc, first select DVD, and then the
6-/8-Channel Inputs as the source.
Example 2: In this example, your multichannel disc player is equipped
with an HDMI output, but it does not comply with HDMI version 1.1.
Connect it as follows:
a) Connect the player’s HDMI output to the HDMI 1 source input, and
make sure to connect the AVR’s HDMI Output to your video display.
The player will transmit both digital audio (e.g., Dolby Digital or DTS
Figure 73 – 6-/8-Channel Input Selector
NOTE: The 6-/8-Channel Inputs pass the incoming signals directly
to the volume control, without digitizing or processing them.
Therefore, you will need to configure bass management settings
(i.e., speaker size, delay and output level) on your source device
so that they match the settings you programmed using EzSet/EQ,
which may be viewed using the Manual Setup menu (see
Advanced Functions section). Consult the owner’s guide for
your multichannel player for more information.
The multichannel analog audio connection is not required for DVD-Audio
players compliant with HDMI version 1.1 or better, or HD-DVD and
Blu-ray Disc players that decode the digital audio internally and output
linear PCM signals in digital format. Consult the owner’s guide for your
disc player for more information.
Using the Tuner
The AVR 347’s built-in tuner may be selected in one of three ways
(see Figure 74):
1. Press the Source Selector Button on the front panel repeatedly until
the tuner is selected. The last-used band (AM or FM) will be active.
2. Press the Tuner Band Button (marked AM/FM). Press this button
again to switch bands. This will also enable you to select XM Radio,
which is described separately in the next section.
3. Press the Tuner Input Selector (marked AM/FM) on the remote. Press
this button again to switch bands (AM, FM or XM).
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Figure 74 – Tuner Input Selection
Radio stations may be selected in one of four ways (see Figure 75):
1. If you know the frequency number, enter it directly by first pressing
the Direct Button on the remote, and then using the Numeric Keys.
2. After you have programmed Preset stations (see below), either enter the
Preset number (1 through 30) using the remote or use the Preset Stations
Buttons (front-panel or remote) to scroll through the list of presets.
3. In Auto tuning mode, with each press of the Tuning Buttons (front
panel or remote), the AVR 347 will scan in the chosen direction until
a station with acceptable signal strength is detected. Press the Tuning
Button again to stop scanning.
4. In Manual tuning mode, with each press of the Tuning Buttons, the
AVR 347 will tune the next frequency increment (0.1MHz for FM, or
10kHz for AM) in the selected direction. Press and hold the Tuning
Button for faster scanning.
XM service when an optional XM antenna module is connected and the
service activated. As of this writing, the Audiovox® CNP 1000 “Connect
and Play” module for home audio use and the XM Mini-Tuner and
Home Dock (Models CNP-2000 and CNP-2000H) are compatible with
the AVR 347. Additional modules may become available in the future.
Modules produced for automotive, or “mobile,” use are not compatible
with the AVR 347.
NOTE: To listen to XM Radio using the AVR 347, you will need
to purchase an XM antenna module and subscription, and you
will need to activate your module. (Note that XM service is not
available in Alaska or Hawaii.) Visit the XM Radio Web site at
www.xmradio.com for more information.
Plug the module into the XM Antenna Jack on the rear of the AVR 347.
Place the antenna module so that it has a clear view through a southfacing window in order to obtain reception from the XM satellite.
Select XM Radio as the source in one of the following three ways
(see Figure 78):
1. Press the Source Selector button on the front panel repeatedly until
XM Radio is selected. XM will only appear in the Message Display.
2. Press the Tuner Band Button (front-panel or remote) repeatedly until
XM Radio is selected.
3. Press the XM Radio Input Selector on the remote.
Figure 75 – Tuning a Station
Press the Tuning Mode Button (TUN-M on the remote) to switch
between Auto and Manual tuning modes. See Figure 76. When an
FM station has been tuned, pressing the Tuning Mode Button will switch
between stereo and mono tuning, which may improve reception of
weaker stations.
Figure 78 – XM Radio Source Selection
You should be able to tune in Channel 1, the Preview Channel, to
confirm that your equipment is ready for activation. There are three
ways to tune an XM Radio channel (see Figure 75):
1. Enter the channel number directly using the Numeric Keys on the
remote. It is not necessary to press the Direct Button first.
Figure 76 – Tuning Mode
To store a station in one of the 30 presets (see Figure 77):
1. Tune the desired station.
2. Press the Memory Button on the remote.
3. Use the Numeric Keys to enter the desired preset number.
Figure 77 – Storing a Preset Station
XM Radio Operation
XM Radio is a satellite-delivered service that offers hundreds of program
channels, as well as local traffic and weather information for select cities.
The AVR 347 is “XM Ready,” which means that it is able to receive the
2. Press the Tuning Buttons on the front panel or remote to scan
through the channels. Auto tuning mode is not available.
3. The AVR 347 is capable of storing up to 40 XM Radio preset channels.
The presets are divided into five banks, denoted by the letters A
through E, with eight numeric presets per bank. After you have programmed preset stations (see below), you may select one by pressing
the Set Button repeatedly until PRESET SEARCH appears, then using
the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to change the bank (A through E). Use the Preset
Buttons to scan through the eight numeric positions within a bank.
When you are able to hear Channel 1, you are ready to activate your
module. If you don’t hear Channel 1, make sure the module’s plug is
firmly seated in the XM Antenna jack, and that the module is near a
south-facing window. Try unfolding the module and rotating it to obtain
reception. You may need to purchase an extension cable, available on
the XM Radio site, to ensure that the module is near the window.
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Tune to Channel 0 for a display of your antenna module’s Radio ID
number, required for activation.
Using
The current channel number and preset location will appear in the upper
line of the Message Display, and the channel’s name will appear in the
lower line. Three signal-strength bars will appear to the right of the
channel number and preset location. Press the Tuning Mode Button
repeatedly to display the category, current artist or song title.
The Bridge is an optional dock that may be used with a compatible iPod
(not included). When The Bridge is connected to its proprietary input on
the AVR 347 and the iPod is docked, you may play the audio, video
and still-image materials on your iPod through your high-quality audio/
video system, operate the iPod using the AVR remote or the AVR’s
front-panel controls, view navigation messages on the AVR’s front panel
or a connected video display, and charge the iPod.
For traffic and weather channels, the current city’s name will appear
instead of the channel name, and pressing the Tuning Mode Button
repeatedly will display the local weather and temperature.
Press the Set Button to search all channels. Press it again to search by
category, using the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to change the category and then
pressing the Set Button to tune the first available channel in the new
category. Press the Set Button again to change the preset bank, using
the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to change the bank letter. Press the Set Button
again to return to the all-channel search.
To store a channel in one of the 40 preset locations:
1. Press the Set Button repeatedly until PRESET SEARCH appears, then
use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons until the desired bank of presets (A through E)
appears in the upper line of the message display.
The
Bridge
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Either press the front-panel Source Selector repeatedly until the message “DMP/The Bridge is CONNECTED” scrolls across the front panel
and appears in the semi-OSD display, or press the DMP Button on the
remote to select The Bridge as the input source.
When an iPod is docked in The Bridge, the screen shown in Figure 79
will appear on a video display connected to the AVR. Navigate The
Bridge’s screens by using the ‹ / › Buttons to highlight a line and
pressing the Set Button to select the line. The › Button scrolls down,
and the ‹ Button scrolls up. Press the Menu Button to return to the
previous level of The Bridge’s menu system. Remember to set the
remote in The Bridge device mode by pressing the Tape/The Bridge
Button. If it lights in red, press it again quickly so that it lights in green,
indicating it is in The Bridge mode.
2. Press the Memory Button, and a line will appear next to the preset
bank letter.
3. Use the Numeric Keys to enter the preset location (1 through 8) you
wish to store the channel in.
Recording
Two-channel analog and digital audio signals, as well as composite
and S-video signals, are normally available at the appropriate recording
outputs. Thus, to make a recording, you need only make sure to connect your audio or video recorder to the appropriate output jacks, as
described in the Installation section, insert blank media and make sure
the recorder is turned on and recording while the source is playing.
NOTES:
1. Analog audio signals are not converted to digital form, and
digital audio signals are not converted to analog audio form.
However, you may record a coaxial or optical digital audio
source using either type of digital audio output.
2. Only PCM digital audio signals are available for recording.
Proprietary formats such as Dolby Digital and DTS may not
be recorded using the digital audio connections, although if
the source is connected to the AVR using the analog audio
connections, an analog recording may be made.
3. Component video and HDMI sources are not available for
recording.
4. Please make certain that you are aware of any copyright
restrictions on any material you record. Unauthorized duplication of copyrighted materials is prohibited by federal law.
Figure 79 – The Bridge: Main Menu Screen
MUSIC: This line allows you to navigate the audio materials stored on
your iPod.
PHOTOS/VIDEOS: Selecting this item allows you to play still images or
videos stored on the iPod. The screen shown in Figure 80 will appear,
directing you to operate the iPod’s own controls directly to play images
and videos. You may use the AVR 347 remote instead of the iPod’s
controls to navigate it. Visual materials will be displayed on a video
display connected to the AVR.
NOTE: After selecting video/photo viewing, the AVR may remain
in iPod Manual Mode, even after undocking the iPod or switching
to another source input and back again. To return to normal
operation, with the AVR remote in The Bridge mode, press and
hold the Menu Button.
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Table 7 summarizes the controls available when The Bridge is in use.
See also Figures 82 and 83.
Table 7 – Using The Bridge
Figure 80 – The Bridge: Playing Images and Videos
SETTINGS: This line accesses the Settings menu, shown in Figure 81.
The items in this menu enable you to use the Shuffle and Repeat
functions on the iPod. You may also set the Resume function, which
resumes play of a selection from the point at which it was stopped,
NOTE: iTunes allows you to set certain selections to always or
never remember playback position, or to be skipped in Shuffle
mode. The AVR 347’s settings cannot override these iTunes
settings.
iPod Function
Play
Pause
Menu
Select
Scroll Forward
Scroll Reverse
Forward Search/Next Track
Reverse Search/Previous Track
Remote Control Key
Play (›)
Pause (II)
Menu (Spkr)
Set
Left Arrow (‹)
Right Arrow (›)
Forward/Next (››)
Reverse/Previous (‹‹)
Front-Panel Button
Tuner Mode
Tuner Mode
Tuner Band (AM/FM)
Set
Preset Down
Preset Up
Tuning Up
Tuning Down
NOTES:
• The Play and Pause functions are not available unless content
has been selected for playback by navigating the menu system.
• For the Search function, press and hold the indicated button.
Pressing the Previous Track Button once skips to the beginning
of the current track. Press the Previous Track Button twice to
skip to the beginning of the previous track.
While a selection is playing, the song title, artist and album name, if
available on the iPod, will scroll across the upper line in the front-panel
Message Display. The lower line will display the elapsed time of the track
on the left, the play mode icon, and the time remaining on the right.
Figure 81 – The Bridge: Settings Menu Screen
Figure 82 – Using The Bridge (Remote)
In addition, if a video display is connected to the AVR 347, a screen
will appear briefly to display information about the iPod’s status and
the track. The top line will display the play mode icon, with the phrase
“Now Playing” appearing to the right to indicate that you are viewing the
status of the current track. Below that, the AVR displays the total number
of tracks in the current playlist on the right (all materials on the iPod are
considered one playlist) with the number of the current track on the
left. The song title, artist and album are displayed. At the bottom of the
screen is a graphic bar indicating the current play position within the
track, with the elapsed and remaining times appearing below the bar.
After a period of time, the screen may disappear from view. The length
of time is set using the Full-OSD Time-Out setting in the System Settings
menu (described in the Advanced Functions section). You may restore
the Now Playing screen to view by pressing either of the ‹ / › Buttons,
and you may then navigate the menus as explained above.
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you use a screen saver
built into your video display to avoid possible damage from
“burn-in” that may occur with plasma and many CRT displays
when a still image, such as a menu screen, remains on display
for an extended period of time.
Figure 83 – Using The Bridge (Front Panel)
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NOTES ON VIDEO PLAYBACK:
• Before attempting to play videos stored on your iPod, check
the Video Settings menu on the iPod and make sure that the
TV Out setting is set to On. The TV Signal setting should be
NTSC to match the capabilities of your video display. Set
Widescreen to On or Off, depending on the aspect ratio of
your video display. If your selection was playing and paused
at the time you changed the TV Out setting, the iPod may
require you to navigate its menu system and reselect the
video for the new TV Out setting to take effect. Resuming
play from the Now Playing function may not reflect the
change to the TV Out setting. This is a function of the iPod,
not the AVR 347.
• In Video mode, the iPod’s menus will not be visible on your
video display, although you may view them on the iPod’s
screen. You may operate the iPod using the AVR remote,
as long as it is in The Bridge device mode.
• You may view the AVR’s on-screen displays while The Bridge
is in use, just as you would with any other video source.
• The MP4 and H.264 video formats often used for videos to
be played on the iPod are intended for optimal performance
on the iPod’s small screen. Playback on larger displays may
have different results.
Surround Setup menu, as shown in Figure 86. With the Surround Mode
highlighted, press the Set Button to change the surround mode group.
Use the ‹ / › Buttons to scroll through the options, and press the Set
Button when the desired mode group appears. Navigate to the Mode
line and follow the same procedure to select an individual mode. As
explained in the Advanced Functions section, there are also some
additional settings that may be made.
Selecting a Surround Mode
Surround mode selection can be as simple or sophisticated as your
individual system and tastes. Feel free to experiment with the many
available surround modes on the AVR 347, and you may find a few that
become your favorites for certain sources or program types. Although
more detailed information on surround modes may be found in the
Advanced Functions section, it is easy to select any of the modes
available at a given time:
Figure 85 – Select a Surround Mode (Remote)
You are now ready to enjoy the best in home theater entertainment with
your AVR 347. As you become more familiar with the receiver, you may
wish to explore some of its advanced functions, which are described in
the following section.
To select a surround mode using the front-panel controls, press the
Surround Mode Button repeatedly until the desired group of modes is
selected: Logic 7, Dolby, DTS, DSP or Stereo. Then press the Surround
Select Button repeatedly to select the desired mode within the group.
See Figure 84.
Figure 86 – Surround Setup Menu Screen
Figure 84 – Select a Surround Mode (Front Panel)
To select a surround mode using the remote control, locate the button
dedicated to the desired group of modes: Logic 7, Dolby Sur, DTS Sur,
DTS Neo:6, Surr (DSP) or Stereo. Press that button repeatedly to select
the desired mode. See Figure 85.
To select a surround mode using the full-OSD menu system, press the
OSD Button to display the Menu System. Use the ⁄/ ¤ Buttons to
highlight the Surround tab, and press the Set Button to access the
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Unit does not function when Main
Power Switch is pushed
• No AC Power
• Make certain AC power cord is plugged into
a live outlet
• Check to see whether outlet is switch-controlled
Display lights, but no sound
or picture
• Intermittent input connections
• Make certain that all input and speaker connections
are secure
• Press Mute Button
• Turn up volume control
• Mute is on
• Volume control is down
No sound from any speaker;
light around power switch is red
• Amplifier is in protection mode
due to possible short
• Amplifier is in protection mode
due to internal problems
• Check speaker wire connections for shorts at receiver and
speaker ends
• Contact your local Harman Kardon service center
No sound from surround or
center speakers
• Incorrect surround mode
• Input is monaural
• Incorrect configuration
• Stereo or Mono program material
• Select a mode other than Stereo
• There is no surround information from mono sources
• Check speaker mode configuration
• The surround decoder may not create center- or rear-channel
information from nonencoded programs
Unit does not respond to
remote commands
• Weak batteries in remote
• Wrong device selected
• Remote sensor is obscured
• Change remote batteries
• Press the AVR selector
• Make certain front panel sensor is visible to remote
or connect an optional remote sensor
Intermittent buzzing in tuner
• Local interference
• Move unit or antenna away from computers, fluorescent
lights, motors or other electrical appliances
Letters flash in the channel indicator
display and digital audio stops
• Digital audio feed paused
• Resume play for DVD
• Check that correct digital input is selected
Surround Back Speaker settings
cannot be accessed, and test tone
does not play through Surround
Back Speakers
• Multiroom system has been turned on, • Use the OSD menu system to access the MULTI ROOM
and the surround back channels were
SETUP menu and change the SB Amps setting to MAIN.
reassigned to multiroom operation
The XM Preview Channel (001)
is silent
• XM antenna is not plugged in
• XM antenna is not located in such
a way as to enable reception
• Make sure you are using a home audio XM antenna module
designed for use with XM Ready home audio equipment,
and that the module is plugged into the XM Radio Jack
on the rear panel of the receiver.
• The XM Antenna module needs to be placed with an
unobstructed view of the southern sky, or within range of an
XM terrestrial repeater. If necessary, purchase an extension
cable from your XM Radio dealer.
Unable to activate Program mode
on remote
• Input Selector not held for at least
3 seconds.
• The selector will light as you initially press it, and go dark
as you hold it down. Wait at least 3 seconds for the selector
to light up again, and the Program LED will flash.
Unable to assign a device to HDMI
1 or 2 selectors
• Invalid device assignment attempted.
• Only the DVD, VCR (includes DVR), cable or satellite (CBL/SAT
selector) devices may be assigned to the HDMI 1 or 2 selectors.
Remote behaves erratically
• Buttons are pressed too hard.
• Always press remote control buttons as gently as possible.
Additional information on troubleshooting possible problems with your AVR 347, or installation-related issues, may be found in the list of “Frequently
Asked Questions”, which is located in the Product Support section of our Web site at www.harmankardon.com.
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Erasing Macros
It isn’t possible to “edit” a command within a macro. However, you may erase the macro as
follows:
• Simultaneously press and hold the Mute Button and the Macro Button containing the
macro until the LED flashes.
• Press the Surround Button to erase the macro.
Resetting the Remote
To reset the remote to its factory defaults, simultaneously press and hold any Input Selector and
the “0” Numeric key. When the Program LED flashes in amber, enter the code “333”. When the
green LED goes out, the remote will have been fully reset.
Processor Reset
There may be instances when you wish to fully reset the AVR 347 to its factory defaults, or the
unit may behave erratically after a power surge. To correct erratic behavior, first try turning the
Master Power Switch off and unplugging the AC power cord for at least three minutes. Plug the
cord back in and turn the receiver back on. If this doesn’t help, try a system reset.
NOTES:
• A system reset erases all user configurations, including speaker and level settings and
tuner presets. After a reset, you will need to reenter all of these settings.
• The RS-232 Reset Button on the rear panel of the AVR 347 does not perform a system
reset. DO NOT press the RS-232 Reset Button.
To reset the AVR 347, place the receiver in Standby mode (press the front-panel Standby/On
Switch so that the Power Indicator turns amber). Then press and hold the front-panel Tone
Mode Button for at least five seconds until the RESET message appears in the display.
Memory
If the AVR 347 is unplugged or experiences a power outage, it will retain user settings for up to
four weeks.
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DISASSEMBLY
AVR347
1. Removing the Top Cabinet
Remove the Screws
3. Removing the Rear Panel
Remove the Screws
1 ~ 13
1 ~ 38
10
9
11
10
7
6
9
7
8
6
5
4
3
2
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
1
8
4
11
12
5
12
13
14
13
15
16
3
28
29
30
31
32 33
34
35
36
1
2
4. Removing the Main PCB
Remove the Screws
2. Removing the Front Panel
Remove the Screws
9
1 ~7
1 ~ 9
1
8
2
5
3
6
7
4
7
6
5
1
4
2
3
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AVR347 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
1
TOP-CABINET (21) REMOVAL
1. Remove 13 screws (S1,S7) and then remove the Top-cabinet.
2
FRONT PANEL ASS’Y REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN72-17p) on the Fip PCB (37-1) and connector (CN72) on the Input PCB (39-1).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN81-8P) on the Fip PCB (37-1) from connector (CN81) on the Trans PCB (40-4).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN22-6P) on the Phone PCB (37-5) from connector (CN22) on the Input PCB (39-1).
5. Disconnect the lead wire (BN18-5P) on the Phone PCB (37-5) from connector (CN18) on the Input PCB (39-1).
6. Disconnect the lead wire (BN10-4P) on the Volume PCB (37-6) from connector (CN10) on the Input PCB (39-1).
7. Disconnect the lead wire (BN41-6P) on the Volume PCB (37-6) from connector (CN41) on the Video PCB (41).
8. Disconnect the lead wire (BN90-2P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN86) on the Moms PCB (37-4).
9. Remove 1 screw (S10) and then lead wire (JW82-1P,JW83-1P) on the Phone PCB (37-5).
10 .Remove 1screw (S10) and then lead wire (JW84-1P) on the Volume PCB (37-3).
11. Remove 10 screws (S1) and then remove the Front Panel ASS’Y.
3
Volume PCB (37-6) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Front Panel ASS’Y, referring to the previous step 2.
3. Pull out the Volume Knob ASS’Y.
4. Disconnect connector (CN84) on the Volume PCB (37-6) from the lead wire (BN84-5P) on the Fip PCB (37-1).
5. Disconnect the lead wire (BN92-5P) on the Volume PCB (37-6) from connector (CN92) on the Phone PCB (37-5).
6. Remove 8 screws (S2,S14), and then remove the Volume PCB (37-6).
4
PHONE PCB (37-5) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Front Panel ASS’Y, referring to the previous step 2.
3. Disconnect connector (CN92) on the Phone PCB (37-5) from the lead wire (BN92-5P) on the Volume PCB (37-6).
4.. Disconnect connector (CN85)on the Phone PCB (37-5) from the lead wire (BN85-3P) on the Fip PCB (37-1).
5. Remove 2 screws (S2) and then remove the Phone PCB (37-5).
5
POWER LED PCB (37-3) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Front Panel ASS’Y, referring to the previous step 2.
3. Disconnect connector (CN88) on the Power Led PCB (37-3) from the lead wire (BN88-4P) on the Fip PCB (37-1) .
4. Remove 2 screws (S2) and then remove the Power led PCB (37-3).
6
FIP PCB (37-1) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the Front Panel ASS’Y, referring to the previous step 2.
Disconnect the lead wire (BN84-5P) on the Fip PCB (37-1) from connector (CN84) on the Volume PCB (37-6).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN85-3P) on the Fip PCB (37-1) from connector (CN85) on the Phone PCB (37-5).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN88-4P) on the Fip PCB (37-1) from connector (CN88) on the Power Led PCB (37-3).
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6. Disconnect the connector (CN89) on the Fip PCB (37-1) from lead wire (BN89-4P) on the Key PCB (37-2).
7. Remove 3 screws (S2) and then remove the Guide PCB (37-8) & the Fip PCB (37-1).
7
KEY PCB (37-2) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Front Panel ASS’Y, referring to the previous step 2.
3. Remove the Fip PCB (37-1), referring to the previous step6.
4. Remove 10 screws (S2) and then remove the Key PCB (37-2).
8
TUNER MODULE (43) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CON1-13P) on the Tuner module (43) and connector (CN13) on Input PCB (39-1).
3. Remove 2 screws (S8) and then remove the Tuner Module (43).
9
HUDSON PCB (42) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Disconnect connector (CN80) on the HUDSON PCB (42) from the lead wire (BN80-3P) on the RS232 PCB (37-7).
3. Remove 3 screws (S15).
4. Disconnect the board to board connector between and connector (CN81-44P) on the HUDSON PCB (42) and connector (BN8144P) on VIDEO PCB (41) and then remove the HUDSON PCB (42).
10 VIDEO PCB (41) REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
Disconnect the card cable between connector (BN14-17p) on the Video PCB (41) and connector (CN14) on the Input PCB (39-1).
Disconnect connector (CN43) on the Video PCB (41) from the lead wire (BN43-3P) on the Regulator PCB (A)(40-2).
Disconnect connector (CN41) on the Video PCB (41) from the lead wire (BN41-6P) on the Volume PCB (37-6).
Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN42) on the Video PCB (41) and connector (BN44-11P) on the iPod PCB (39-2).
Disconnect the card cable between connector (BN15-15P) on Video PCB (41) and connector (CN15-15P) on INPUT PCB (39-1).
Remove 6 screws (S8) and then remove the Video PCB (41).
11 iPod PCB (39-2) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
3. Remove the Video PCB (41), referring to the previous step 10
4. Disconnect the card cable between connector (BN19-15P) on the the iPod PCB (39-2) and connector (CN19) on the PCB (39-1).
5. Disconnect the card cable between connector (BN44-11P) on the iPod PCB (39-2) and connector (CN42) on the Video PCB (41).
6. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN47-7P) on the iPod PCB (39-2) and connector (CN47) on the RS232 PCB (37-7).
7. Disconnect the board to board connector between and connector (CN23) on the XM PCB (39-4) and connector (BN17-12P) on the
iPod PCB (39-2).
8. Remove 2 screws (S13) and then remove the iPod PCB (39-2).
12 XM PCB (39-4) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
3. Remove the Video PCB (41), referring to the previous step 10
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4. Disconnect the card cable between connector (BN21-7P) on XM PCB (39-4) and connector (CN21) on the input PCB (39-1).
5. Disconnect the lead wire (BN85-2P) on the XM PCB (39-4) from connector (CN85) on the Regulator PCB (A)(40-2).
6. Disconnect the board to board connector between and connector (CN23) on the XM PCB (39-4) and connector (BN17-12P) on the
iPod PCB (39-2).
7. Remove 1 screw (S15) and then remove the XM PCB (39-4).
13 RS232 PCB (37-7) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
3. Remove the Video PCB (41), referring to the previous step 10.
4. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN47-7P) on the iPod PCB (39-2) and connector (CN47) on the RS232 PCB (37-7).
5. Remove 2 screws and then remove the RS232 PCB (37-7).
14 INPUT PCB (39-1) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Remove the Tuner module (44), referring to the previous step8.
3. Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
4. Remove the Video PCB (41), referring to the previous step 10.
5. Disconnect connector (CN20) on the the Input PCB (39-1) from the lead wire (BN20-5P) on the Regulator PCB (B)(40-5).
6. Disconnect connector (CN22) on the Input PCB (39-1) from the lead wire (BN22-6P) on the Phone PCB (37-5).
7. Disconnect connector (CN18) on the Input PCB (39-1) from the lead wire (BN18-5P) on the Phone PCB (37-5)
8. Disconnect connector (CN10) on the Input PCB (39-1) from the lead wire (BN10-4P) on the Volume PCB (37-6).
9. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN14) on the Input PCB (39-1) and connector (BN14-17P) on the Video PCB (41).
10. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN19) on the Input PCB (39-1) and connector (BN19-15P) on I-Pod PCB (39-2).
11. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN21) on the input PCB (39-1) and connector (BN21-7P) on XM PCB (43).
12. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN12-21p) on Input PCB (39-1) and connector (CN12-21p)) on the PCB (38-1)
13. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN11-17p) on the Input PCB (39-1) and connector (CN11) on the main PCB (38-1)
14. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN72) on the Input PCB (39-1)and connector (CN72-17p) on the Fip PCB (37-1)
15. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN16-12P) on the Input PCB (39-1) and connector (BN16) on A-BUS PCB (39-3)
16. Remove 11 screws (S8,S15) and then remove the Input PCB (39-1).
15 POWER TRANS (36) & POWER PCB ASS’Y (40) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect lead wire of the Power Trans (36) from connector (CN91-3P) on the Main PCB (38-1)
Disconnect connector (CN19-3P,CN20-4P) on TRANS PCB (40-3) from the lead wire (BN19-3P,BN20-4P) on the Main PCB (38-1).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN96-8P) on the Power PCB (40-4) from connector (CN96) on the Regulator PCB (B)(40-5).
Disconnect the lead wire (BN99-8P) on the Power PCB (40-4) from connector (CN99) on the Regulator PCB (A)(40-2).
6. Disconnect connector (CN81) on the Trans PCB (40-4) from the lead wire (BN81-8P) on the Fip PCB (37-1).
7. Remove 4 Trans screws (S9) and then remove the Power Trans (36)& Power PCB ASS’Y (40) REMOVAL .
16 REMOTE PCB ASS’Y (40-7) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Disconnect connector (CN88) on the remote PCB (40-7) from the lead wire (BN88-6P) on the Main PCB (38-1)
3. Remove 3screws (S13) and then remove the Remote PCB ASS’Y (40-7).
17 A-BUS’Y (39-3) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2. Disconnect connector (CN90-2P) on the Regulator (C) PCB (39-6) from the lead wire (BN90) on the A-BUS PCB (39-3).
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3. Disconnect the card cable between connector (CN16-12P) on Input PCB (39-1) and connector (BN16-12P) on A-BUS PCB (39-3).
4. Remove 3screws (S13) and then remove the A-BUS PCB ASS’Y (39-3).
18 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (38-1) REMOVAL
1. Remove the Top-cabinet, referring to the previous step 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the Tuner module (43), referring to the previous step8.
Remove the Hudson PCB (42), referring to the previous step 9.
Remove the Video PCB (41), referring to the previous step 10.
Remove the iPod PCB (39-2), referring to the previous step 11.
6. Remove the XM PCB (39-4), referring to the previous step 12.
7. Remove the RS232 PCB (37-7), referring to the previous step 13.
8. Remove the Input PCB (39-1), referring to the previous step 14.
9. Remove the A-BUS PCB (39-3), referring to the previous step 17.
10. Remove the AC Cord wire from the connector (CN92-2P) of the Main PCB (38-1)
11. Disconnect the lead wire (BN90-2P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN86) on Moms PCB (37-4).
12. Disconnect connector (CN91-3P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from lead wire of the Power Trans (36)
13. Disconnect the lead wire (BN89-2P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN89) on Regulator PCB (C)(39-6).
14. Disconnect the lead wire (BN19-3P,BN20-4P) on Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN19-3P,CN20-4P) on TRANS PCB (40-4).
15. Disconnect the lead wire (BN88-6P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN88) on remote PCB (40-7).
16. Disconnect the lead wire of the DC, FAN(49) from connector (CN89-2P) on the Main PCB (38-1).
17. Disconnect the lead wire (BN97-3P) on the Main PCB (38-1) from connector (CN97) on Regulator PCB (C)(39-6).
18. Remove 11screws (S13-1EA, S4-2EA, S6-2EA, S8-6EA) and then remove the Main PCB ASS’Y (38-1).
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AVR 347 EXPLODED VIEW
52
33
S15
42
S9
S15
47
S13
37-7
40-3
36
S13
40-1
S8
39-2
40-4
41
39-4
39-1
48
S13
S1
S16
S16
S16
S9
S15
48
32
S5
30
S16
S5
40-5
S6
29
x2
39-6
S17
49
38-2
S10
39-3
18
S4
S4
38-1
43
S5
S4
40-7
S5
46
S12
30
S5
28
S14
51
22
S4
S5
40-2
27
21
25
S7
45
15
S2
13
44
14
37-8
14-1
37-1
37-3
S2
S2
S2
50
24
37-4
23
9
S4
S2
37-6
8
24
37-2
S11
7
23
S4
S2
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
DESCRIPTION
ORNAMENT,VOLUME
CAP,VOLUME
HOLDER,VOLUME
INDICATOR,VOLUME
WINDOW ASS'Y
1 WINDOW,FIP
2 BADGE,MODEL
SHEET,VOLUME
FILTER,FIP
BDAGE,HARMAN/KARDON
PANEL,FRONT
BRACKET,SIDE
KNOB,FUNCTION
KNOB,DISPLAY
KNOB,POWER
INDICATOR,POWER
KNOB,MOMS
BRACKET,PCB
PLATE,SHIELD
BRACKET , FAN
HOLDER,LED
BRACKET,FIP
CABINET,TOP
CHASSIS,BOTTOM
RUBBER,CUSHION
FOOT
SUPPORT,CUSHION
HEAT SINK
BRACKET,PCB
HOLDER,PCB
BRACKET,TRANS
BRACKET,PCB(H/T)
BRACKET,PCB
BRACKET,PCB
PANEL,REAR
BUSHING,AC CORD
CORD,POWER
TRANS,POWER
FRONT PCB ASS'Y
PARTS NO.
CGU1A318Z
CGX1A338MBC63
CMH1A214
CGL1A222
CGUAVR347
CGU1A399Y
CGB1A180Z
CMZ2A090
CMZ1A088
KGB1A158Z
CGW1A427RDRH43
CMD2A443
CBT1A1028MBZG27
CBT1A1027K128
CBT1A1026MMZG27
CGL1A258Z
CBC1A158MBZG27
CMK2A010
CMC1A302
CMD1A600
CMH1A215
CMD1A209
CKC5B145S46Z
CUA2A229
CHG1A360
CKL2A069H43
CHG1A104Z
CMY1A270
CMD1A417
CHE170
CMD1A487
CMD1A398
CMD1A570
CMD1A387
CKF6A319Z
KHR1A028
CJA2A070Z
CLT5W027ZU
COP11910D
FIP PCB
37-1
KEY PCB
37-2
POWER LED PCB
37-3
MOMS PCB
37-4
PHONE PCB
37-5
VOLUME PCB
37-6
RS232 PCB
37-7
GUIDE PCB(CARD CABLE)
37-8
Q,ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
4
4
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
38
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
COP11911D
MAIN PCB
38-1
GUIDE PCB(CARD CABLE)
38-2
1
1
1
39
INPUT PCB ASS'Y
COP119113D
INPUT PCB
39-1
ipod PCB
39-2
A-BUS PCB
39-3
XM PCB
39-4
REGULATOR PCB(C)
39-6
40
POWER PCB ASS'Y
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
VIDEO PCB ASS'Y
HUDSON PCB ASS'Y
TUNER MODULE
BRACKET,SIDE(L)
RUBBER
CUSHION
BADGE ASS'Y
1 ORNAMENT,BADGE
2 BADGE,H/K(TOP)
FAN(80*80*25mm)
BEACKET,FAN(A)
SHEET,REFLECTION
HEAT SINK
RECEPTACLE , AC
COP11916D
DIGITAL IN/OUT PCB
40-1
REGULATOR PCB(A)
40-2
TRANS PCB
40-3
TRANS PCB
40-4
REGULATOR PCB(B)
40-5
COP11918D
COP11915D
CNVM9001MS0J72L
CMD1A555
CHG1A309
CHG1A160Z
CGX1A375ZA
CGX1A375M7G32
KGB1A159Z
CFNCF12825MS
CMD1A615
CMZ1A120
CMY2A249
CJJ8A006ZW
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
NO
1
2
3
4
5
26
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S2
37-5
37-9
19
NO
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
16
12
17
11
S2
10
S1
S1
6
5
DESCRIPTION
SCREW
SCREW
PARTS NO.
CTB3+8JFC
CTB3+10GR
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW,TRANS
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW,SPECIAL
SCREW,SPECIAL
SCREW,SPECIAL
SCREW,SPECIAL
CTW3+8JR
CTB3+8JR
CTW3+12JR
CTB4+6FFC
CTB3+10GFZR
CHD1A023R
CTB3+6JR
CTB3+16GFZR
CTB3+10JRR
CTB3+8FFZR
CHD1A012R
CHD1A012ZR
CHD3A012R
CHD4A012R
Q,ty
13
31
9
10
3
6
22
4
19
2
3
8
21
2
7
5
4
48
49
50
51
52
3
1
2
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AMPLIFIER SECTION BIAS ADJUSTMENT
Measurement condition
.No input signal or volume position is minimum.
Standard value
.Ideal current = 48mA (± 5%)
.Ideal DC Voltage = 25.92mV (± 5%)
DC EVM
+
-
CN66
VR31
CUP11911* (MAIN PCB)
CN61
VR32
CN64
VR33
CN63
VR34
CN65
VR35
CN62
VR36
CN67
VR37
DC VOLTMETER ; Connect to
CN66(SL),CN61(CEN),CN64(SR),CN63(FL),CN65(SBL),CN62(FR),CN67(SBR)
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Channel
Front Left
Front Right
Center
Surround Left
Surround Right
Surround Back Left
Surround Back Right
Adjust for
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
25.92mV (± 5%)
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CN63
CN62
CN61
CN66
CN64
CN65
CN67
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AVR347 Electrical Parts List
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
FRONT PCB ASSY (CUP11910-1)
Capacitors
C714
C716
C723
C728
C729
C731
C735
C742
C793
C794
C795
C796
C882
C891
C892
C893
C894
C896
C897
C901
C903
C905
HCBS1H151KBT
CCEA1AH331T
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H473ZFT
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CKS100T
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1C222MXT
HCBS1H102KBT
HCBS1H102KBT
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
CCEA1CKS100T
HCBS1H223ZFT
CCEA1AH471T
HCBS1H390JT
CCEA1HKS2R2T
CCEA1HKS2R2T
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
150UF 50V K
330UF 10V
0.1UF 50V Z
0.1UF 50V Z
0.047UF 50V Z
10UF 50V
10UF 16V
0.02UF 50V Z
0.1UF 50V Z
2200PF 16V
1000PF 50V K
1000PF 50V K
0.1UF 50V Z
0.023UF 50V Z
0.023UF 50V Z
0.023UF 50V Z
10UF 16V
0.023UF 50V Z
470UF 10V
39PF 50V Z
2.2UF 50V
2.2UF 50V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
HVD1N5819T
HLQ02C100KT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKTA1271YT
HRVNJL34H380A
HVI74ACT04MTR
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE , SCHOTTKY
COIL , AXAIL
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
SENSOR , REMOTE
I.C , HEX INVERTER
1SS133
1SS133
1N5819
10uH
KRC107M
KRA107M
KRC107M
KRC107M
KRC107M
KTA1271Y
JRC
FAIRCHILD
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ470T
CRD20TJ470T
CRD20TJ470T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ822T
CRD20TJ222T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
10K OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
8.2K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
D455
D730
D778
L702
Q701
Q722
Q724
Q725
Q738
Q739
IC73
IC75
Resistors
R701
R704
R709
R710
R711
R718
R737
R747
R781
R782
R783
R784
R786
R787
R791
R892
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Part Number
Qty
Description
FRONT PCB ASSY (CUP11910-1)
R893
R895
R920
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ102T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
33K OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
HFLHCA18ML03
CMD1A209
CMD1A209
CMD1A209
CWB2C908200BM
CWB2B905080EN
CWB2B903100EW
CWB2B904100EN
CWB2B904100EN
CJP07GA117ZY
CJP17GA193ZY
CMD1A569
CSL4A014ZE
CMC3A111
CMD1A618
F.I.P
BRACKET , FLT
BRACKET , FLT
BRACKET , FLT
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
TEMP ITEM
WAFER, CARD CABLE (SMD)
BRACKET , PCB
RELAY (+12V)
PLATE , EARTH
BRACKET , RESET
F.I.P
BRACKET
BRACKET
BRACKET
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WAFER
WAFER
BRACKET
AXICOM
PLATE
BRACKET
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
WAFER
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
SW , TACT
L.E.D , 2 COLOR (ORG , BLUE)
L.E.D , 2 COLOR (ORG , BLUE)
WAFER
220 OHM 1/5W J
680 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
680 OHM 1/5W J
1A020
L.E.D
L.E.D
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
WAFER
SW , PUSH (MOMS)
WAFER
MOMS SW
1
1
EA
EA
WIRE ASS'Y
IC , RS232C TRANSCEIVER
SW , TACT
SW , PUSH
SW , PUSH
RES , CARBON
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
9P D-SUB FEMALE(RS-232C) SEMCO
WIRE
ST
1A010
SWITCH
SWITCH
1 OHM 1/5W J
0.1UF 50V Z
0.1UF 50V Z
0.1UF 50V Z
JACK
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1000PF 50V K
1000PF 50V K
1000PF 50V K
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
FIP1
BK71
BK72
BK73
BN81
BN84
BN85
BN88
BN89
CN47
CN72
ET03
RL45
FRONT STAND BY PCB (CUP11910-3)
CN88
R824
R825
R828
R829
S701
D723
D727
CJP04GB46ZY
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ681T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ681T
HST1A020ZT
CVD50BOBBWGA
CVD50BOBBWGA
FRONT POWER PCB (CUP11910-4)
CN86
SW1
CJP02GA89ZM
CSH1A008ZV
DOWNLOAD PCB (CUP11910-7)
BN80
IC97
SW95
SW96
SW97
R956
C953
C954
C957
JK97
CWB2B903180EN
HVIST202EBW
KST1A010Z
HSH2B018Z
HSH2B018Z
CRD20TJ1R0T
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H104ZFT
CJJ9W001Z
PCB , FRONT PANEL KEY (CUP11818-2)
Capacitors
C719
C720
C721
HCBS1H102KBT
HCBS1H102KBT
HCBS1H102KBT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
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Part Number
Qty
Description
PCB , FRONT PANEL KEY (CUP11818-2)
Resistors
R753
R754
R755
R756
R757
R758
R759
R760
R761
R762
R763
R764
R765
R766
R767
R768
R769
CRD20TF1001T
CRD20TF1501T
CRD20TF1801T
CRD20TF2701T
CRD20TF3301T
CRD20TF5601T
CRD20TF1001T
CRD20TF1501T
CRD20TF1801T
CRD20TF2701T
CRD20TF3301T
CRD20TF5601T
CRD20TF7501T
CRD20TF1001T
CRD20TF1501T
CRD20TF1801T
CRD20TF2701T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
1K /1/5W /F
1.5K /1/5W /F
1.8K /1/5W /F
2.7K /1/5W/F
3.3K /1/5W/F
5.6K 1/5W F
1K /1/5W /F
1.5K /1/5W /F
1.8K /1/5W /F
2.7K /1/5W/F
3.3K /1/5W/F
5.6K/1/5W/F
7.5K/1/5W/F
1K /1/5W /F
1.5K /1/5W /F
1.8K /1/5W /F
2.7K /1/5W/F
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
HST1A020ZT
CJP04GB46ZY
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
SW , TACT
WAFER
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
1A020
WAFER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
0.1UF 50V Z
180PF 50V
470PF 10V
0.1UF 50V Z
10PF 50V
470PF 50V
470PF 50V
0.1UF 50V Z
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
680PF 50V K
680PF 50V K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
S702
S703
S704
S705
S706
S707
S708
S709
S710
S711
S712
S713
S714
S715
S716
S717
S718
S719
S720
CN89
PCB , HEADPHONE (CUP11910-5)
Capacitors
C807
C808
C809
C812
C817
C850
C851
C852
C866
C867
C868
C869
C870
C871
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H181KBT
CCEA1AH471T
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H100JCT
HCBS1H471KBT
HCBS1H471KBT
HCBS1H104ZFT
CCEA1HKS100T
CCEA1HKS100T
CCEA1EKS470T
CCEA1EKS470T
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
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Part Number
Qty
Description
PCB , HEADPHONE (CUP11910-5)
C872
C873
C889
CCEA1CH331T
CCEA1CH331T
HCBS1H104ZFT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
330UF 16V
330UF 16V
0.1UF 50V Z
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
HVI74HCU04AFNG
HVINJM4556AL
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
DIODE
DIODE
I.C , HEX INVERTER
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
1SS133
1SS133
TOSHICA
JRC
KRC107M
KRA107M
KRC107M
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ362T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ472T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
10K OHM 1/5W J
3.6K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP03GA19ZY
CJP05GA19ZY
CWZAVR125BN18
CWZAVR145BN22
CJJ4M043Y
HJSTORX177L
CJJ2E026Z
CWE8202300RV
CWE8202150RV
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 3PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 5PIN
WIRE ASS'Y (SHIELD)
WIRE ASS'Y (SHIELD)
JACK , BOARD
MODULE , OPTICAL(RX)
JACK , HEADPHONE(SILVER PLATE)
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WAFER
WAFER
WIRE
WIRE
JACK
OPT JACK(RX)
JACK
WIRE
WIRE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
D784
D785
IC76
IC86
Q451
Q452
Q454
Q734
Q735
Q736
Q737
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
Resistors
R452
R453
R454
R805
R806
R869
R896
R897
R898
R899
R900
R901
R902
R903
R904
R905
R906
R907
R908
R909
R910
R911
R912
R913
R915
R918
R919
Miscellaneous
CN85
CN92
BN18
BN22
JK81
JK82
JK83
JW82
JW83
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
PCB , DIGITAL INPUT (CUP11916-1)
BN17
C750
C751
C752
C753
C754
C755
C756
C757
C758
C759
C762
C763
R750
R751
R752
R756
R757
R758
R759
R760
R761
JK74
JK75
JK76
JK77
JK78
JK79
KJP12GB143ZP
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
HCBS1H181KBT
HCBS1H181KBT
HCBS1H181KBT
CCFT1H104ZF
CCFT1H104ZF
CCFT1H104ZF
HCBS1H101KBT
CCEA1CH101T
CCFT1H104ZF
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ241T
CRD20TJ750T
HJSTOTX177L
HJSTORX177L
HJSTORX177L
HJSTORX177L
CJJ4N068Z
CJJ4N068Z
DIP SOCKET
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
MODULE , OPTICAL(TX)
MODULE , OPTICAL(RX)
MODULE , OPTICAL(RX)
MODULE , OPTICAL(RX)
JACK , BOARD
JACK , BOARD
DIP SOCKET
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
180PF 50V
180PF 50V
180PF 50V
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.1UF 50V ZF
100PF 50V
100UF 16V
0.1UF 50V ZF
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
240OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
OPT JACK(TX)
OPT JACK(RX)
OPT JACK(RX)
OPT JACK(RX)
JACK
JACK
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
PCB , VOLUME ENCODER (CUP11910-6)
Capacitors
C805
C806
C820
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C828
C830
C841
C842
C843
C855
C856
C857
C862
C863
C874
C402
C403
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1HH100T
HCBS1H471KBT
HCBS1H151KBT
HCBS1H470JT
HCBS1H473ZFT
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
HCBS1H101KBT
HCBS1H101KBT
HCBS1H104ZFT
HCBS1H101KBT
HCBS1H101KBT
HCBS1H101KBT
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
0.022UF 50V Z
0.022UF 50V Z
10UF 50V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
10UF 50V
470PF 50V
150PF 50V
47PF 50V
0.047F 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100PF 50V K
100PF 50V K
0.1UF 50V Z
100PF 50V K
100PF 50V K
100PF 50V K
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CVINJU7301M
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVTKRC104MT
CVD52CSBBCEAB2
I.C , C-MOS SPST ANALOG SWITCH
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
TRANSISTOR PNP
BLUE L.E.D
JRC
JRC
KRC104M
L.E.D
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
IC41
IC87
Q401
D701
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Part Number
Qty
Description
PCB , VOLUME ENCODER (CUP11910-6)
D703
D705
D774
CVD52CSBBCEAB2
CVD52CSBBCEAB2
CVD1SS133MT
BLUE L.E.D
BLUE L.E.D
DIODE
L.E.D
L.E.D
1SS133
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
CRD20TJ391T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ820T
CRD20TJ820T
CRD20TJ820T
CRD20TJ272T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ272T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ101T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ104T
CSR2A037Z
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
ENCODER
390OHM 1/5W
100 OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
82 OHM 1/5W J
82 OHM 1/5W J
82 OHM 1/5W J
2.7K OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
2.7K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
100 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
ENCODER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP05GB46ZY
CWZAVR230BN10
CWZAVR130BN41
CWB2B905100EN
CJJ9M003Z
CJJ4S023Y
CWE8202110RV
WAFER
WIRE ASS'Y (SHIELD)
WIRE ASS'Y (SHIELD)
WIRE ASS'Y
JACK , S-VIDEO
JACK , BOARD
WIRE ASS'Y
WAFER
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
JACK
JACK
WIRE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
J906
R402
R403
R404
R705
R706
R708
R864
R865
R866
R871
R872
R873
R874
R875
R876
R877
R878
R921
R922
R923
R924
R926
R931
R934
R935
R936
R937
VR74
Miscellaneous
CN84
BN10
BN41
BN92
JK85
JK86
JW84
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
Capacitors
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C210
C211
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
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Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
C212
C213
C214
C215
C216
C219
C220
C221
C222
C223
C224
C225
C226
C260
C269
C274
C277
C278
C279
C280
C289
C290
C291
C293
C295
C296
C299
C301
C302
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C310
C311
C312
C313
C314
C315
C316
C317
C318
C319
C320
C321
C322
C323
C324
C325
C326
C327
C328
C329
C330
C331
C332
C333
C334
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H221JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H272KC
CCUS1H272KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H152KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
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220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
220PF
0.1UF
1UF
1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
2700PF
2700PF
0.1UF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1500PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
680PF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
C335
C336
C337
C338
C339
C340
C350
C351
C352
C353
C354
C355
C356
C357
C369
C370
C381
C382
C383
C384
C385
C386
C387
C388
C391
C392
C393
C394
C395
C396
C397
C398
C402
C403
C532
C534
C535
C536
C537
C538
C539
C540
C601
C603
C605
C607
C609
C611
C613
C615
C617
C619
C621
C623
C625
C627
C629
C631
C701
C702
C704
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H681JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H471JA
CCUS1H471JA
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H182KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H150JA
CCUS1H150JA
CCUS1H104KC
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
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680PF
680PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
150PF
150PF
150PF
1000PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
470PF
470PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
1800PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
15PF
15PF
0.1UF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
C705
C707
C708
C716
C718
C719
C722
C723
C725
C727
C729
C731
C733
C734
C735
C738
C739
C741
C742
C743
C744
C745
C746
C747
C748
C751
C754
C756
C757
C758
C759
C760
C761
C762
C763
C765
C768
C769
C770
C771
C772
C773
C780
C781
C782
C783
C784
C785
C786
C787
C789
C790
C791
C792
C901
C902
C903
C904
C952
C261
C262
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H151JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H473KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H470JA
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
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0.1UF
1000PF
0.1UF
150PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.047UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
1000PF
47PF
1UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
18PF
0.1UF
18PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
1000PF
0.022UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
C263
C264
C265
C266
C267
C268
C270
C271
C272
C273
C275
C276
C281
C282
C283
C284
C285
C286
C287
C288
C292
C294
C341
C342
C343
C344
C345
C346
C347
C348
C349
C358
C359
C360
C371
C372
C373
C374
C375
C376
C377
C378
C389
C390
C447
C600
C602
C604
C606
C608
C610
C612
C614
C616
C618
C620
C622
C624
C626
C628
C630
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1EH470T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
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47UF 25V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
47UF 25V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
C703
C706
C715
C717
C720
C721
C724
C726
C728
C730
C736
C737
C740
C749
C750
C752
C753
C764
C766
C905
C906
C907
C908
C910
C950
C954
C955
C732
C911
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1HH4R7T
CCEA1HH4R7T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1AH471T
CCEA1AH471T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1AH471T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1HH2R2T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1VH221T
CCEA1VH101T
CCEA1VH101T
CCEA1EH221T
CCEA0JKR3222E
CCEA1EH471E
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
4.7UF 50V
4.7UF 50V
100UF 16V
470UF 10V
470UF 10V
100UF 16V
470UF 10V
100UF 16V
2.2UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
1000UF 6.3V
1000UF 6.3V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
220UF 35V
100UF 35V
100UF 35V
220UF 25V
2200UF 6.3V
470UF/25V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
HVDRLS4148SR
HVD1SS355T
HVD1SS355T
CVINJW1197FC2
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE, SWITCHING, SMD TYPE
DIODE , CHIP
DIODE , CHIP
IC , SW(WITH VOLUME)
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
1SS355T
RLS4148 TE-11
1SS355T
1SS355T
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
JRC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
D201
D202
D203
D204
D205
D206
D207
D208
D209
D210
D211
D212
D213
D214
D215
D216
D701
D725
D727
IC20
IC21
IC22
IC23
IC24
IC25
IC31
IC32
IC33
IC34
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
IC50
IC70
IC71
IC72
IC73
IC75
IC76
IC77
IC78
IC79
IC88
IC89
IC90
IC91
Q729
Q730
Q732
Q734
Q735
Q736
D221
D222
D703
D704
D902
D955
D956
IC87
Q301
Q302
Q303
Q304
Q305
Q306
Q307
Q308
Q311
Q731
Q733
Q737
IC36
IC37
IC92
IC93
IC94
IC95
IC96
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVITC74VHC157FT
HVITC74VHC157FT
HVI74HCU04AFNG
HVICS42528-CQ
CVICS49510-CQ
CVIES29LV800ET70TG
HVI57V161610ET7
HVINJM2391DL133
HVILM1117S-1V8
HVILM1117S-3V3
CVIM24C32WMN6TP
CVIT5CC1
HVI74ACT04MTR
HVTKRC107S
HVTKRC107S
HVTKRC107S
HVTKRC107S
HVTKRA107S
HVTKRA107S
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003SRT
HVD1N5819T
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
HVIRE5VL28CATZ
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKSA1175YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVIL7808CP
HVINJM7908FA
HVIL7805CP
HVIL7905CP
HVIL7805CP
HVIL7812CP
HVINJM7824FA
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C, 2-CHANNEL MUX
I.C, 2-CHANNEL MUX
I.C , HEX INVERTER
I.C , CODEC + DIR
I.C , DSP
IC , FLASH MEMORY (8Mbit)
SDRAM 16M 7NS
I.C , CHIP REGULATOR (+3.3V)
I.C , REGULATOR (1.8V)
I.C , REGULATOR (3.3V)
I.C , EEPROM (32 Kbit)
I.C , FLASH U-COM
I.C , HEX INVERTER
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
DIODE , SCHOTTKY
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
IC , RESET
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR , NPN, MUTE
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
I.C , REGULATOR (+8V)
I.C, REGULATOR(-8V)
I.C , REGULATOR (+5V)
I.C , REGULATOR (-5V)
I.C , REGULATOR (+5V)
I.C , REGULATOR (+12V)
I.C , REGULATOR(+24V)
JRC
ST
ST
TOSHIBA
CIRRUS LOGIC
CIRRUS LOGIC
EXCELSEMI
HYNIX
JRC
HTC
HTC
ST
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA
KRC107S
KRC107S
KRC107S
KRC107S
KRC107S
KRC107S
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N5819
1N4003
1N4003
RICOH
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KSA1175Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
ST
JRC
ST
ST
ST
ST
JRC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRJ102DJ220T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ101T
CRJ104DJ101T
CRJ104DJ101T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ330T
RES , CHIP NETWORK 1/10W, 22oh
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
22OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
100 OHM/1608*4
100 OHM/1608*4
100 OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
RN52
RN61
RN62
RN63
RN64
RN65
RN66
RN71
RN72
RN73
RN74
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
RN75
RN76
RN77
RN78
RN79
RN80
RN81
RN82
RN83
RN84
RN85
RN86
RN87
RN88
RN89
RN90
RN91
RN92
R201
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
R224
R225
R226
R227
R228
R229
R230
R231
R232
R233
R234
R235
R236
R237
R238
R239
R240
R241
R242
R245
R246
R247
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ103T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ330T
CRJ104DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
www.freeservicemanuals.info
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
10K OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
33 OHM/1608*4
100 OHM/1608*4
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
2.7K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
www.freeservicemanuals.info
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harman/kardon
AVR347
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
R248
R249
R250
R251
R252
R253
R254
R255
R256
R257
R258
R259
R260
R261
R262
R263
R264
R265
R266
R267
R268
R271
R272
R273
R274
R275
R276
R277
R278
R279
R280
R281
R282
R283
R284
R285
R286
R287
R288
R289
R290
R291
R292
R293
R294
R295
R296
R297
R298
R301
R302
R303
R304
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
R312
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ912T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
www.freeservicemanuals.info
470K OHM
470K OHM
10K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
9.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
1.2K OHM
1.2K OHM
1.2K OHM
1.2K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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harman/kardon
AVR347
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
R313
R314
R315
R316
R317
R318
R321
R322
R323
R324
R325
R326
R327
R328
R329
R330
R331
R332
R333
R334
R335
R336
R341
R344
R345
R348
R349
R352
R353
R356
R361
R362
R363
R364
R365
R366
R367
R368
R371
R372
R373
R374
R375
R376
R377
R378
R381
R382
R383
R384
R385
R386
R387
R388
R389
R390
R391
R392
R393
R394
R395
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ512T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ561T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
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2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
560 OHM
392 OHM
5.1K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
10K OHM
5.1K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
5.1K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
10K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
5.1K OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
560 OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
392 OHM
392 OHM
392 OHM
392 OHM
392 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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AVR347
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
R396
R397
R398
R531
R532
R533
R534
R701
R702
R709
R710
R711
R712
R713
R714
R715
R716
R717
R718
R719
R720
R721
R724
R725
R726
R727
R728
R729
R730
R731
R737
R738
R739
R740
R741
R742
R743
R744
R747
R748
R751
R752
R753
R754
R756
R759
R760
R761
R762
R763
R765
R766
R767
R768
R770
R771
R772
R773
R774
R775
R776
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DF3920T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ1R0T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ105T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ562T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES. CHIP (392R 1%)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
www.freeservicemanuals.info
392 OHM
392 OHM
392 OHM
1.5K OHM
1.5K OHM
1.5K OHM
1.5K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
100 OHM
82 OHM
100 OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
4.7 OHM
0 OHM
3.3K. OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
33 OHM
100 OHM
0 OHM
10 OHM
0 OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
33 OHM
10K OHM
1 OHM
82 OHM
33 OHM
33 OHM
33 OHM
0 OHM
33 OHM
33 OHM
82 OHM
33 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
100 OHM
1M OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
4.7K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
300 OHM
5.6K OHM
10 OHM
10K OHM
47K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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AVR347
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
R777
R778
R779
R780
R781
R782
R783
R784
R785
R786
R787
R788
R789
R791
R792
R794
R795
R796
R797
R799
R104
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ471T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ1R0T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRQ14AJ220H
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , FUSIBLE
1K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
47K OHM
100K OHM
470 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
1K OHM
10K OHM
100 OHM
1 OHM
10K OHM
22 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HOX27000E180S
KJP12GB142ZP
CJP15GA117ZY
CWB1C903200BM
CJP11GA117ZY
CJP04GB46ZY
CJP17GA117ZY
CJP21GA115ZY
CJP13GA115ZY
CJP17GA117ZY
CJP15GA117ZY
CJP12GA115ZY
KJP12GB142ZP
CJP05GA19ZY
CJP15GA117ZY
CJP05GA01ZY
CJP07GA117ZY
CJP06GA19ZY
CJP17GA117ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP03GA19ZY
CJP03GA01ZY
CJP08GA19ZY
CMD1A570
CMD1A569
CJJ4R019W
CJJ4R019W
CJJ4R019W
CJJ4R037W
CWE7202070AA
HOX24576E150TF
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9R005Z
CRYSTAL , 27MHZ(SMD)
PIN HEADER
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WIRE ASS'Y
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WAFER
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WAFER , CARD CABLE
PIN HEADER
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 5PIN
WAFER , CARD CABLE
CON WAFER YMW025-05R
TEMP ITEM
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 6PIN
WAFER
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 3PIN
WAFER
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 8PIN
BRACKET , PCB
BRACKET , PCB
TERMINAL , IN/OUT
TERMINAL , IN/OUT
TERMINAL , IN/OUT
JACK , BOARD
WIRE ASS'Y
CRYSTAL
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
BEAD CHIP 60(1608 SIZE)
27MHz
PIN HEADER
WAFER
WIRE
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
PIN HEADER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
BRACKET
BRACKET
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
JACK
WIRE
24.576MHZ
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HH-1M1608-600
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
X702
BN17
BN19
BN43
BN44
CN10
CN11
CN12
CN13
CN14
CN15
CN16
CN17
CN18
CN19
CN20
CN21
CN22
CN72
CN85
CN89
CN90
CN95
CN97
CN99
ET02
ET03
JK11
JK12
JK13
JK14
JW21
X701
L701
L702
L703
L704
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
INPUT PCB (CUP11913-1)
L705
HLZ9R005Z
BEAD CHIP 60(1608 SIZE)
HH-1M1608-600
1
EA
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
330PF 50V
330PF 50V
330PF 50V
330PF 50V
330PF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
680PF 50V
680PF 50V
680PF 50V
680PF 50V
680PF 50V
12PF 50V
12PF 50V
12PF 50V
12PF 50V
12PF 50V
33PF 50V
33PF 50V
33PF 50V
33PF 50V
33PF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
220PF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
33PF 50V
33PF 50V
12PF 50V
12PF 50V
100UF 16V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
Capacitors
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C508
C509
C510
C561
C562
C563
C564
C565
C566
C567
C568
C569
C570
C571
C572
C573
C574
C575
C601
C602
C603
C604
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
C610
C681
C682
C683
C684
C685
C721
C722
C723
C724
C725
C726
C727
C728
C801
C802
C803
C804
C805
C806
C811
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCKT1H331KB
HCBS1H331KBT
HCBS1H331KBT
CCKT1H331KB
HCBS1H331KBT
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCKT1H221KB
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H330JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCCT1H120JC
CCEA1CH101T
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
C812
C813
C814
C815
C816
C817
C818
C819
C820
C900
C901
C905
C907
C908
C910
C912
C913
C914
C917
C918
C919
C924
C925
C932
C933
C934
C939
C940
C948
C949
C950
C971
C972
C973
C974
C975
C980
C981
C990
C991
C992
C993
C994
C995
C996
C997
C999
C631
C632
C633
C634
C635
C636
C637
C638
C639
C640
C807
C808
C809
C810
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCKT1H331KB
HCBS1H331KBT
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
HCBS1H681KBT
HCBS1H681KBT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
CCFT1H223ZF
CCEA1CH101T
CCFT1H223ZF
HCQI1H473JZT
CCEA1CH221T
CCFT1H104ZF
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
CCFT1H104ZF
CCFT1H104ZF
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH221T
CCFT1H223ZF
CCEA1HH4R7T
CCEA1AH471T
CCFT1H104ZF
CCEA1HH220T
CCEA1AH471T
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H562JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
CCEA1HH1R0T
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
CCFT1H223ZF
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CCEA1JH221E
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , ELECT
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , ELECT
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
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100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
330PF 50V
330PF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
680PF 50V
680PF 50V
0.047UF 50V
0.047UF 50V
0.022UP 50V
100UF 16V
0.022UP 50V
0.047UF 50V
220UF 16V
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.1UF 50V ZF
100UF 16V
220UF 16V
0.022UP 50V
4.7UF 50V
470UF 10V
0.1UF 50V ZF
22UF 50V
470UF 10V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
5600PF 50V
0.047UF 50V J
1UF 50V
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.022UF 50V ZF
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
220UF 63V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
C902
C904
C906
C909
C911
C915
C916
CCET63VKL5822NK
KCKDKS472ME
CCEA1EH102E
CCET63VKL5822NK
CCEA1EH471T
CCET63VKL5123NK
CCET63VKL5123NK
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC(X1/Y2/SC)
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
8200UF 63V
0.0047UF 2.5KV
1000UF 25V
8200UF 63V
470UF 25V
12000UF 63V
12000UF 63V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003SRT
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
CVD1SS133MT
HVDMTZJ6.2BT
CVD1SS133MT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
RECT , DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1N4003
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
1SS133
MTZJ6.2B
1SS133
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
D501
D502
D503
D504
D505
D581
D582
D583
D584
D585
D801
D802
D803
D804
D901
D902
D911
D912
D914
D917
D953
D954
D955
D956
D957
D961
D962
D963
D964
D967
D968
D969
D971
D972
D973
D974
D979
D980
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
Q505
Q511
Q512
Q513
Q514
Q515
Q516
Q517
Q518
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Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
Q519
Q520
Q541
Q542
Q543
Q544
Q545
Q556
Q557
Q558
Q559
Q560
Q561
Q562
Q563
Q564
Q565
Q601
Q602
Q603
Q604
Q605
Q681
Q682
Q683
Q684
Q685
Q801
Q802
Q812
Q813
Q814
Q815
Q816
Q817
Q818
Q819
Q820
Q821
Q822
Q823
Q824
Q825
Q901
Q911
Q912
Q913
Q914
Q915
Q916
Q917
Q918
Q938
Q939
Q942
Q943
Q951
Q952
Q960
Q961
Q991
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTA1268GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3200GRT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKTA1271YT
HVTKTA1271YT
HVTKTA1271YT
HVTKTA1271YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKSC2785YT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKTA1024YT
HVTKRC107MT
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
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KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KTA1268GR
KTC3200GR
KTA1268GR
KTC3200GR
KTA1268GR
KTA1268GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3200GR
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
KSC2785Y
KTA1271Y
KTA1271Y
KTA1271Y
KTA1271Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KRA107M
KRA107M
KSC2785Y
KSC2785Y
KRC107M
KRA107M
KRC107M
KTA1024YT
KRC107M
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
Q992
Q993
Q994
Q997
Q998
IC94
IC97
Q858
Q871
Q872
Q874
Q875
Q876
Q877
Q881
Q882
Q883
Q884
Q885
Q886
Q887
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
HVIMC7805C
HVIS-80842CNY-X
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SA13600
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
HVT2SC34230
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
I.C, REGULATOR(+5V)
I.C RESET
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR PNP POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
TRANSISTOR NPN POWER
KRA107M
KRA107M
KRC107M
KRA107M
KRC107M
FAIRCHILD
SEIKO
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SA13600
2SC34230
2SC34230
2SC34230
2SC34230
2SC34230
2SC34230
2SC34230
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ271T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
43K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R531
R532
R533
R534
R535
R536
R537
R538
R539
R540
R541
R542
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
R543
R544
R545
R556
R557
R558
R559
R560
R561
R562
R563
R564
R565
R566
R567
R568
R569
R570
R571
R572
R573
R574
R575
R576
R577
R578
R579
R580
R581
R582
R583
R584
R585
R586
R587
R588
R589
R590
R591
R592
R593
R594
R595
R596
R597
R598
R599
R600
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R631
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD25FJ180T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
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270 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
18 OHM 1/4W
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
R632
R633
R634
R635
R636
R637
R638
R639
R640
R646
R647
R648
R649
R650
R651
R652
R653
R654
R655
R666
R667
R668
R669
R670
R671
R672
R673
R674
R675
R676
R677
R678
R679
R680
R681
R682
R683
R684
R685
R686
R687
R688
R689
R690
R696
R697
R698
R699
R700
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708
R771
R772
R773
R774
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
C3A206
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
WIRE , COPPER
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
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18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
910 OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
SN95/PB5 , 0.6
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
R775
R776
R777
R781
R782
R783
R784
R785
R786
R787
R801
R802
R803
R804
R805
R807
R808
R809
R812
R813
R814
R815
R817
R818
R819
R820
R821
R822
R823
R824
R830
R831
R832
R833
R834
R835
R836
R837
R838
R839
R840
R841
R842
R843
R844
R845
R848
R849
R850
R851
R852
R853
R854
R855
R856
R857
R858
R859
R860
R861
R862
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ750T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ911T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD20TJ182T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ162T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ221T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ333T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
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75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
75 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
910 OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
1.8K OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
47 OHM 1/4W
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.6K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
220 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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AVR347
Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
R863
R870
R871
R872
R873
R900
R901
R902
R903
R906
R907
R908
R909
R910
R911
R912
R917
R918
R919
R920
R921
R922
R923
R924
R925
R926
R927
R928
R929
R930
R931
R932
R933
R934
R935
R936
R939
R940
R941
R942
R943
R944
R945
R946
R947
R948
R949
R952
R953
R954
R955
R956
R957
R958
R959
R960
R961
R962
R963
R966
R967
CRD20TJ333T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ433T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ471T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ105T
CRD20TJ682T
CRD20TJ105T
CRD25TJ680T
CRD20TJ332T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25TJ393T
CRD25FJ180T
CRD25TJ470T
CRD20TJ220T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ222T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ154T
CRD20TJ184T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ152T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD25TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD25TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD25TJ222T
CRD20TJ822T
CRD25TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ223T
CRD20TJ203T
CRD20TJ394T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ563T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ332T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ273T
CRD20TJ105T
CRD20TJ472T
CRD20TJ562T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
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33K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
43K OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
470 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
10K OHM 1/5W J
1M OHM 1/5W J
6.8K OHM 1/5W J
1M OHM 1/5W J
68 OHM 1/4W J
3.3K OHM 1/5W J
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
39K OHM 1/4W
18 OHM 1/4W J
47 OHM 1/4W J
22 OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
150K OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
1.5K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/4W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/4W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
2.2K OHM 1/4W J
8.2K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/4W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
22K OHM 1/5W J
20K OHM 1/5W J
390K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
56K OHM 1/5W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
3.3K OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
27K OHM 1/5W J
1M OHM 1/5W J
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
R968
R969
R980
R986
R987
R988
R989
R991
R992
R998
R656
R657
R658
R659
R660
R810
R811
R904
R905
R990
R993
R994
R995
R996
R997
R999
CRD20TJ105T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ102T
CRD20TJ561T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ302T
CRD20TJ822T
CRD20TJ562T
CRD20TJ103T
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
CRF5EKR27HX2K
HRDERC12UGK335T
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
CRG1ANJ100H
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CEMENT
RES , CARBON
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
RES , METAL OXIDE FILM
1M OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
1K OHM 1/5W J
560 OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
3K OHM 1/5W J
8.2K OHM 1/5W J
5.6K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
0.27ohm X 2
ERC12UGK 3.3M OHM
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
10 OHM 1W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CWB3FE03250UP
CWB3FC04280UP
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB1C902050EN
CWB2B906070EN
CWB1C902250BM
CWB4F232550PU
CWZAVR340BN97
HJP08GA130ZK
CJP17GA117ZY
CJP21GA115ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
CJP02GA89ZY
KJP02KA060ZY
CJP02GA01ZY
HJT1A025
HJT1A025
KJCFC5S
KBA2D2500TLET
CMD1A387
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 2PIN
PLATE , EARTH
PLATE , EARTH
HOLDER , FUSE
FUSE (SR-5,2.5A,250V)
BRACKET , PCB
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
MET37-0002
MET37-0002
HOLDER
SAVE FUSETECH
BRACKET
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
BN19
BN20
BN81
BN82
BN83
BN84
BN85
BN86
BN87
BN88
BN89
BN90
BN97
BN98
CN11
CN12
CN61
CN62
CN63
CN64
CN65
CN66
CN67
CN89
CN91
CN92
CN93
ET90
ET91
F901
F902
ET01
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
MAIN PCB (CUP11911)
JK91
JK92
JK97
JK98
JW90
JW91
JW93
L501
L502
L503
L504
L505
L506
L507
OL91
RY94
TH91
T902
CJJ5R006Z
CJJ5Q012Z
CJJ4P041W
CJJ4P042W
CWE8212120VV
CWE8212180VV
CWEP202110VV
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
CLEY0R5KAK
KJJ7A013Z
HSL1A008ZE
KRTP42T7D330B
CLT5J038ZU
TERMINAL , SPEAKER
TERMINAL , SPEAKER
JACK IN/OUT
JACK IN/OUT
WIRE , RED
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
COIL , SPEAKER
AC OUTLET , 1PIN USA
RELAY(+12VDC)
THERMAL SENSOR , POSISTOR
TRANS , SUB
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
JACK
JACK
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
0.5UH K
A202D0031P(1P)
SDT-S-112DMR(OEG)
P42T7D330BW20
TRANS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
MOTOR, FAN(80*80*25MM)
SCREW , SPECIAL
SCREW , SPECIAL
SCREW , SPECIAL
BRACKET , PCB
BRACKET , PCB
BRACKET , FAN
HEAT SINK
HEAT SINK
SCREW
SCREW
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
TRANSISTOR, NPN, POWER
TRANSISTOR, PNP, POWER
MOTOR, FAN(80*80*25MM)
SCREW , SPECIAL
SCREW , SPECIAL
BRACKET , FAN
SCREW
FAN
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
BRACKET
BRACKET
BRACKET
HEAT SINK
HEAT SINK
SCREW
SCREW
2SB1647
2SB1647
2SB1647
2SB1647
2SD2560
2SD2560
2SD2560
2SD2560
2SB1647
2SD2560
2SD2560
2SB1647
2SD2560
2SB1647
FAN
SCREW
SCREW
BRACKET
SCREW
1
21
4
5
2
2
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HEAT SINK ASS'Y
Q652
Q653
Q654
Q655
Q657
Q658
Q659
Q660
Q661
Q670
Q803
Q804
Q805
Q807
CFNCF12825MS
CHD1A012R
CHD1A036R
CHD3A012R
CMD1A398
CMD1A417
CMD1A600
CMY1A270
CMY2A249
CTB3+10JR
CTB3+8JR
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
HVT2SD2560-OKM
HVT2SB1647-OKM
CFNCF12825MS
CHD1A036R
CHD3A012R
CMD1A615
CTW3+8JR
BIAS PCB (CUP11916-2)
Capacitors
C851
C852
C853
C854
C855
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
BIAS PCB (CUP11916-2)
C856
C857
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
1
1
EA
EA
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
HVTKTD600KGR
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
TRANSISTOR , BIAS NPN
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
KTD600KGR
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ331T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ122T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
HVN1RA221B01T
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
RES , SEMI FIXED(220 OHM)
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
330 OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
RH0615C100221
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
CJP02GA19ZY
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER, 2PIN
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CON WAFER YMW025-09R
WAFER
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
CAP , ELECT
0.022UF 50V
0.022UF 50V
0.022UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 25V
100UF 25V
WAFER
WAFER
WIRE
WIRE
2200UF 6.3V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
Q851
Q852
Q853
Q854
Q855
Q856
Q857
Resistors
R874
R875
R876
R877
R878
R879
R880
R882
R883
R884
R885
R886
R887
R888
VR81
VR82
VR83
VR84
VR85
VR86
VR87
Miscellaneous
CN31
CN32
CN33
CN34
CN35
CN36
CN37
REGULATOR PCB (CUP11916-5)
C935
C936
C937
C938
C939
C940
CN96
CN98
BN20
BN95
C912
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
HCBS1H223ZFT
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1EH101T
CCEA1EH101T
CJP09GA01ZY
HJP08GB131ZK
CWB1C905220BM
CWB1C903080EN
CCEA0JKR3222E
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Part Number
Qty
Description
REGULATOR PCB (CUP11916-5)
C929
C930
IC89
IC90
IC91
CCEA1VH102E
CCEA1VH102E
HVIL7805CP
HVIL7815CP
HVIL7915CP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
I.C, REGULATOR(+5V)
I.C, REGULATOR(+15V)
I.C, REGULATOR(-15V)
1000UF 35V
1000UF 35V
ST
ST
ST
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HCBS1H103ZFT
HCBS1H103ZFT
CCFT1H104ZF
HCBS1H103ZFT
HCBS1H103ZFT
CCFT1H104ZF
CCEA1HH4R7T
HCBS1H103ZFT
CCEA1JH470TS
CCEA1JH470TS
HCBS1H103ZFT
CCFT1H473ZF
CCFT1H473ZF
CCFT1H473ZF
CCFT1H473ZF
CCEA1HH4R7T
CCKT1H102KB
CCEA1HH470T
HCQI1H104JZT
HCQI1H104JZT
HCQI1H104JZT
HCQI1H104JZT
HCQI1H103JZT
HCQI1H103JZT
HCQI1H103JZT
HCQI1H103JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
HCQI1H473JZT
CCFT1H104ZF
CCFT1H103ZF
CCFT1H103ZF
CCEA1JH101E
CCEA1VH102E
CCEA1EH102E
CCEA1EH222E
CCEA1EH102E
CCEA1VH472F
CCEA1CH682E
CCEA1HH102E
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , MYLAR
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
0.01UF 50V
0.01UF 50V
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.01UF 50V
0.01UF 50V
0.1UF 50V ZF
4.7UF 50V
0.01UF 50V
47UF 63V
47UF 63V
0.01UF 50V
0.047UF 50V ZF
0.047UF 50V ZF
0.047UF 50V ZF
0.047UF 50V ZF
4.7UF 50V
1000PF 50V
47UF 50V
0.1UF 50V J
0.1UF 50V J
0.1UF 50V J
0.1UF 50V J
0.01UF 50V J
0.01UF 50V J
0.01UF 50V J
0.01UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.047UF 50V J
0.1UF 50V ZF
0.01UF 50V
0.01UF 50V
100UF 63V
1000UF 35V
1000UF 25V
2200UF 25V
1000UF 25V
4700UF 35V
6800UF 16V
1000UF/50V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HVDMTZJ15BT
HVDMTZJ27BT
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
HVDMTZJ12BT
HVDMTZJ12BT
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , ZENER
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , ZENER
MTZJ15B 1/2W
MTZJ27B 1/2W
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
MTZJ12B 1/2W
MTZJ12B 1/2W
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
POWER TRANS PCB(CUP11916-3,4)
Capacitors
C104
C105
C106
C107
C108
C109
C117
C118
C119
C120
C121
C123
C125
C126
C127
C131
C919
C920
C921
C922
C923
C924
C925
C926
C927
C928
C931
C932
C933
C934
C947
C948
C949
C122
C124
C128
C129
C130
C132
C941
C951
Semiconductors
D101
D102
D104
D105
D108
D109
D111
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Part Number
Qty
Description
POWER TRANS PCB(CUP11916-3,4)
D112
D113
D114
D115
D116
D117
D118
D119
D120
D121
D122
D123
D124
D125
D922
D950
D951
Q104
Q911
Q912
Q913
D992
D991
IC99
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
HVDMTZJ3.3BT
CVD1N4003ST
CVD1N4003ST
HVTKSC2316YT
HVTKTA1267YT
HVTKTC3198YT
HVTKTC3198YT
CVDKBU804FMA
CVDKBU804FMA
HVI74LCX32TTR
HVDKBU804F
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
DIODE , ZENER
RECT , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
TRANSISTOR NPN
BRIDGE DIODE ASS'Y
BRIDGE DIODE ASS'Y
I.C , OR-GATE
DIODE , BRIDGE
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
1N4003
MTZJ3.3B 1/2W
1N4003
1N4003
KSC2316Y
KTA1267Y
KTC3198Y
KTC3198Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ST
KBU804F
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRD25FJ3R3T
CRD20TJ4R7T
CRD20TJ100T
CRD20TJ4R7T
CRD20TJ122T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD25TJ153T
CRD20TJ153T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD25TJ103T
CRD20TJ104T
CRD20TJ333T
KRQ1AJR47H
KRQ1AJR47H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
KRQ1AJR47H
KRQ1AJR47H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
CRQ1AJR33H
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
RES , FUSE
3.3 OHM 1/4W J
4.7 OHM 1/5W J
10 OHM 1/5W J
4.7 OHM 1/5W J
1.2K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
15K OHM 1/4W J
15K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/4W J
100K OHM 1/5W J
33K OHM 1/5W J
0.47 OHM 1W J
0.47 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.47 OHM 1W J
0.47 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
0.33 OHM 1W J
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
R101
R108
R109
R110
R112
R113
R120
R912
R913
R917
R918
R919
R920
R921
R922
R923
R924
R925
R926
R927
R928
R104
R105
R106
R107
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
R119
R949
R950
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Part Number
Qty
Description
POWER TRANS PCB (CUP11916-3,4)
Miscellaneous
BN22
BN96
BN99
CN13
CN19
CN20
CN81
ET04
ET05
CWB1C902280NN
CWB1C909150BM
CWB1B908270EN
CJP05GA01ZY
CJP03GA90ZY
CJP04GA90ZM
CJP08GA01ZY
CMY1A219
CTB3+12JR
CMY1A219
CTB3+12JR
CMD1A569
CMD1A569
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
WIRE ASS'Y
CON WAFER YMW025-05R
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 8PIN
HEAT SINK (BRIDGE DIODE)
SCREW
HEAT SINK (BRIDGE DIODE)
SCREW
BRACKET , PCB
BRACKET , PCB
WIRE
WIRE
WIRE
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
HEAT SINK
SCREW
HEAT SINK
SCREW
BRACKET
BRACKET
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
100PF
100PF
100PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
47PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
47PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
47PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
100PF
100PF
100PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
22PF
0.1UF
0.047UF
1000UF 6.3V
10UF 50V
1000UF 6.3V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
VIDEO PCB (CUP11918)
Capacitors
C401
C402
C403
C461
C463
C465
C466
C468
C470
C471
C473
C475
C485
C487
C491
C492
C493
C601
C603
C605
C611
C613
C615
C621
C623
C625
C631
C633
C635
C672
C677
C404
C405
C406
C411
C412
C413
C421
C422
C423
C431
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H470JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H470JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H470JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H473KC
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
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Part Number
Qty
Description
VIDEO PCB (CUP11918)
C432
C433
C451
C452
C453
C462
C464
C467
C469
C472
C474
C486
C488
C602
C604
C606
C612
C614
C616
C622
C624
C626
C632
C634
C636
C641
C643
C645
C671
C673
C676
C678
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA0JH102T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
1000UF 6.3V
1000UF 6.3V
1000UF 6.3V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HVIMC7809C
CVINJM2595MTE1
CVINJM2595MTE1
CVINJM2595MTE1
HVIHCF4053M013T
CVINJW1321FP1
I.C , REGULATOR (+9V)
I.C , VIDEO S/W
I.C , VIDEO S/W
I.C , VIDEO S/W
I.C, ANALOG MULTIPLEXER
I.C , VIDEO S/W
FAIRCHILD
JRC
JRC
JRC
ST
JRC
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ820T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
1K OHM
82 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
IC62
IC41
IC42
IC43
IC48
IC61
Resistors
R401
R402
R403
R411
R412
R413
R421
R422
R423
R431
R432
R433
R451
R452
R453
R461
R462
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Part Number
Qty
Description
VIDEO PCB (CUP11918)
R463
R466
R467
R468
R471
R472
R473
R485
R487
R491
R492
R493
R494
R601
R603
R604
R605
R611
R612
R613
R614
R615
R616
R621
R622
R623
R624
R625
R626
R631
R633
R635
CRJ10DJ910T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ910T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ910T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ680T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ680T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
91 OHM
1K OHM
75 OHM
91 OHM
1K OHM
82 OHM
91 OHM
10 OHM
10 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
1K OHM
82 OHM
68 OHM
0 OHM
68 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP17GA117ZY
CJP15GB113ZY
CJP44TT153ZY
CJP06GA19ZY
CJP11GB113ZY
CJP03GB03ZY
CJJ9R001Z
CJJ9R001Z
CJJ4R045Z
CJJ4R045Z
WAFER
WAFER
PIN , HEADER (2.00MM, 44PIN)
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 6PIN
WAFER , CARDCABLE
WAFER
JACK , (S-VIDEO + CVBS)
JACK , (S-VIDEO + CVBS)
JACK , BOARD
JACK , BOARD
WAFER
WAFER
PIN HEADER
WAFER
WAFER
WAFER
JACK
JACK
JACK
JACK
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CERAMIC
CAP , SEMICONDUCTOR
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
DIODE
TRANSISTOR PNP
TRANSISTOR NPN
560PF 50V
0.1UF 50V ZF
10K OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
47K OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
270 OHM 1/5W J
47 OHM 1/5W J
10K OHM 1/5W J
1SS133
KRA107M
KRC107M
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
BN14
BN15
BN81
CN41
CN42
CN43
JK40
JK41
JK62
JK69
REMOTE IN/OUT PCB (CUP11849-12)
C970
C971
R970
R971
R972
R973
R974
R975
R976
R977
D921
Q995
Q996
CCKT1H561KB
CCFT1H104ZF
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ103T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ473T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ271T
CRD20TJ470T
CRD20TJ103T
CVD1SS133MT
HVTKRA107MT
HVTKRC107MT
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Part Number
Qty
Description
REMOTE IN/OUT PCB (CUP11849-12)
Q997
IC97
IC98
JK94
JK95
JK96
JK99
CN88
HVTKRC107MT
BVIKP1010B
BVIKP1010B
CJJ2D008Z
CJJ2D008Z
CJJ2D008Z
CJJ2D008Z
CJP06GA19ZY
TRANSISTOR PNP
IC, PHOTO COUPLER
IC, PHOTO COUPLER
JACK , STEREO
JACK , STEREO
JACK , STEREO
JACK , STEREO
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 6PIN
KRC107M
COSMO
COSMO
JACK
JACK
JACK
JACK
WAFER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUC1C225ZF
CCUC1C225ZF
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1H473KC
CCEA1CH471T
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H220JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCEA1AH331T
CCEA1CH221T
HCEC1CRV2220T
CCEA1CH101T
CCUS1H070DA
CCUS1H120JA
CCUS1H223KC
HCEC1CRV2220T
CCUS1H151JA
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
0.1UF
0.1UF
2.2UF
2.2UF
1UF
1UF
0.047UF
470UF 16V
1UF
1UF
1UF
22PF
22PF
0.022UF
0.022UF
0.022UF
330UF 10V
220UF 16V
22UF/16V
100UF 16V
7PF
12PF
0.022UF
22UF/16V
150PF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CVD1SS355T
CVD1SS355T
CVD1N4003SRT
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVINJM2137MTE1
HVTKRC102S
CHIP , DIODE
CHIP , DIODE
RECT , DIODE
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
TRANSISTOR , CHIP NPN
1SS355T
1SS355T
1N4003
JRC
JRC
JRC
KRC102S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DF5493T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ474T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ474T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
4.7 OHM
4.7 OHM
549K OHM
0 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
470K OHM
470K OHM
2.2K OHM
470K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
IPOD PCB (CUP11913-2)
Capacitors
C400
C401
C405
C406
C410
C411
C416
C417
C420
C421
C422
C423
C424
C425
C426
C427
C430
C431
C432
C433
C435
C436
C440
C445
C459
Semiconductors
D400
D401
D402
IC41
IC42
IC43
Q402
Resistors
R400
R401
R402
R403
R404
R405
R406
R407
R421
R422
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Part Number
Qty
Description
IPOD PCB (CUP11913-2)
R430
R431
R432
R433
R434
R435
R436
R437
R438
R439
R440
R441
R442
R443
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R453
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ18AJ221T
CRJ18AJ221T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ202T
CRJ10DJ202T
CRJ10DJ431T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ220T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
47K OHM
47K OHM
220 OHM
220 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
22 OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
2K OHM
2K OHM
430 OHM
820 OHM
180K OHM
0 OHM
22 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP07GA117ZY
HJJ9L003Z
TEMP ITEM
JACK , IPOD
WAFER
IPOD JACK
1
1
EA
EA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H223KC
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCUS1H151JA
CCEA1CH101T
CCUS1H151JA
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1CH101T
CCEA1VH471E
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1HH100T
CCEA1CH101T
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
0.022UF
0.022UF
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
150PF
100UF 16V
150PF
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
100UF 16V
470UF/ 35V
10UF 50V
10UF 50V
100UF 16V
1UF
1UF
1UF
1UF
0.1UF
100PF
100PF
1UF
1UF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CVDZJ6.8BT
CVDZJ6.8BT
CVDZJ6.8BT
CVDZJ6.8BT
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , ZENER
ZJ6.8B 1/2W
ZJ6.8B 1/2W
ZJ6.8B 1/2W
ZJ6.8B 1/2W
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
CN47
JK40
A-BUS PCB (CUP11913-3)
Capacitors
C412
C413
C414
C415
C428
C441
C442
C443
C444
C446
C449
C450
C452
C453
C454
C467
C468
C469
C470
C475
C476
C477
C478
C479
Semiconductors
D443
D444
D445
D446
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Part Number
Qty
Description
A-BUS PCB (CUP11913-3)
D447
D475
IC44
IC45
Q451
Q452
Q453
Q454
HVDMTZJ12BT
HVD1SS355T
HVINJW1159M
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
HVTKTC2874BT
DIODE , ZENER
DIODE , CHIP
I.C , VOLUME (2-CH)
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
TRANSISTOR , MUTE
MTZJ12B 1/2W
1SS355T
JRC
JRC
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
KTC2874B
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ562T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ562T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRD20TJ472T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ821T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ184T
CRJ10DJ122T
CRJ10DJ4R7T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ562T
CRJ10DJ562T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ102T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CARBON
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
180K OHM
5.6K OHM
1.2K OHM
5.6K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
4.7K OHM 1/5W J
180K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
820 OHM
820 OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
180K OHM
180K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
180K OHM
1.2K OHM
4.7 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
1K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
1K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CJP12GA115ZY
CWB1C902370EN
CJJ4N076Z
CJJ9L004Z
WAFER , CARD CABLE
WIRE ASS'Y
JACK , IN/OUT
JACK , RJ-45
WAFER
WIRE
JACK
JACK
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
100PF
47UF
47UF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
Resistors
R452
R454
R455
R456
R457
R458
R459
R460
R461
R462
R463
R464
R465
R466
R467
R468
R469
R470
R471
R472
R473
R474
R475
R476
R477
R478
R479
R480
R489
R490
R499
Miscellaneous
BN16
BN90
JK16
JK17
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
Capacitors
C701
C702
C803
C804
C805
C806
C807
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H101JA
CCUS1H470JA
CCUS1H470JA
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Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
C808
C809
C810
C811
C812
C813
C814
C815
C816
C817
C818
C819
C820
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C826
C827
C828
C829
C830
C831
C832
C833
C834
C835
C836
C837
C838
C839
C840
C841
C842
C843
C844
C845
C846
C847
C848
C849
C850
C851
C852
C853
C854
C855
C856
C857
C858
C859
C860
C861
C862
C863
C864
C865
C866
C867
C868
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H392KC
CCUS1H821JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1A105KC
CCUS1A105KC
HCEC1CRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
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0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
3900PF
820PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
1UF
1UF
22UF/16V
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
C869
C870
C871
C872
C873
C874
C875
C876
C877
C878
C879
C880
C881
C882
C883
C884
C885
C886
C887
C888
C889
C891
C892
C893
C894
C895
C896
C897
C898
C899
C900
C901
C902
C903
C904
C905
C906
C907
C908
C909
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
C915
C916
C917
C918
C919
C920
C921
C922
C923
C924
C925
C926
C927
C928
C929
C930
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC0JRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2101T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
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22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
0.1UF
22UF/6.3V
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
100UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
18PF
18PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
C931
C932
C933
C934
C935
C936
C937
C938
C939
C941
C942
C944
C945
C946
C947
C948
C949
C950
C951
C952
C953
C954
C955
C956
C957
C958
C959
C960
C961
C962
C963
C964
C965
C966
C967
C975
C976
C978
C979
C980
C991
C992
C993
C994
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H103KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC1CRV2100T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1A105KC
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2101T
HCEC0JRV2220T
HCEC0JRV2101T
HCEC0JRV2101T
HCEC0JRV2101T
HCEC0JRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP ELECT
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
10UF / 16V
0.1UF
0.1UF
1UF
22UF/6.3V
100UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
100UF/6.3V
100UF/6.3V
100UF/6.3V
22UF/6.3V
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
DIODE
MICROPOWER
DIODE
DIODE
KEC
ST
ST
KEC
SST
ST
GENESIS
ANALOG DEVICES
JRC
JRC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Semiconductors
D801
D811
D926
D927
IC71
IC72
IC78
IC79
IC80
IC81
IC82
IC83
IC84
IC85
HVD1SR159-200
DIODE , SCHOTTKEY BARRIER
CVDAD1580BRT
I.C, 1.2V MICROPOWER,PRECISION
CVD1SS378
DIODE , SCHOTTKY BARRIER
CVD1SS378
DIODE , SCHOTTKY BARRIER
HVIKIC7SZ08FU
I.C ,INPUT AND GATE
CVI74LCX74TTR
I.C, D-FLIP FLOP
CVIST232CDR
I.C , RS232C TRANSCEIVER
HVIKIC7SZ08FU
I.C ,INPUT AND GATE
CVIST25VF080B504CS2 I.C , 8 Mbit SPI Serial Flash
CVIM24C32WMN6TP
I.C , EEPROM (32 Kbit)
CVIFLI8125LFBC
I.C , HUDSON FAMILY
CVIADV7322KSTZ
I.C , VIDEO ENCODER
CVINJM2566V
I.C , NJM2566AV(TE1)
HVINJM2391DL133
I.C , CHIP REGULATOR (+3.3V)
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
IC86
IC87
IC88
IC89
IC90
IC91
IC92
IC93
IC94
IC95
IC96
IC97
IC98
IC99
Q902
Q903
Q904
Q905
Q906
Q907
Q908
Q909
Q910
HVINJM2391DL125
CVINJM2845DL118
CVIIDTQS3VH16233PA
CVIIDTQS3VH16233PA
HVINJM2391DL133
CVISII9031CTU7
CVISII9030CTU7
HVI74VHC08TTR
CVITC7MZ4052FK
CVIAT24C02NSU18
CVITC7MZ4052FK
CVIAT24C02NSU18
HVIRN5RZ50BA
CVINJM2845DL118
CVTKRC103S
HVTKRA102S
CVTKRC103S
HVTKRA102S
CVTKRC103S
CVTKRC103S
CVTUPA672T
CVTUPA672T
CVTUPA672T
I.C , CHIP REGULATOR (+2.5V)
I.C , CHIP REGULATOR (+1.8V)
I.C , 32:16 BUS SWITCH
I.C , 32:16 BUS SWITCH
I.C , CHIP REGULATOR (+3.3V)
I.C , HDMI RX
I.C , HDMI TX
I.C , AND-GATE
I.C , 4CH MUX
I.C, EEPROM (2K)
I.C , 4CH MUX
I.C, EEPROM (2K)
REGULATOR 5V (SOT-23-5)
IC, CHIP REGULATOR(1.8V)
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
TRANSISTOR , PNP, CHIP
N-CHANNEL MOS FET ARRAY
N-CHANNEL MOS FET ARRAY
N-CHANNEL MOS FET ARRAY
JRC
JRC
IDT
IDT
JRC
SILICON IMAGE
SILICON IMAGE
ST
TOSHIBA
ATMEL
TOSHIBA
ATMEL
RICOH
JRC
KRC103S
KRA102S
KRC103S
KRA102S
KRC103S
KRC103S
UPA672T
UPA672T
UPA672T
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ100T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ560T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ220T
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
22 OHM/1608*4
10 OHM/1608*4
300 OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
47K OHM
10K OHM
1K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
22 OHM
56 OHM
22 OHM
22 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
RN80
RN81
RN82
RN83
RN84
RN85
RN86
RN87
RN88
RN89
RN91
RN92
RN93
RN94
RN95
RN96
RN97
R522
R801
R802
R803
R804
R805
R806
R807
R809
R810
R811
R812
R813
R814
R815
R816
R817
R818
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
R819
R820
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
R831
R832
R833
R834
R835
R836
R837
R838
R839
R841
R842
R843
R844
R851
R853
R854
R855
R856
R857
R858
R859
R871
R872
R873
R874
R875
R876
R880
R881
R882
R907
R908
R909
R910
R911
R912
R913
R914
R915
R916
R917
R918
R919
R920
R921
R922
R923
R928
R929
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ560T
CRJ10DJ560T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ560T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ112T
CRJ10DJ302T
CRJ10DJ302T
CRJ10DJ681T
CRJ10DJ681T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ472T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ1R0T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ272T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ301T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ5R6T
CRJ10DJ100T
CRJ10DJ9R1T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ750T
CRJ10DJ680T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ820T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ181T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
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22 OHM
56 OHM
56 OHM
22 OHM
22 OHM
56 OHM
10K OHM
1.1K OHM
3K OHM
3K OHM
680 OHM
680 OHM
10 OHM
10 OHM
10 OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
1 OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
300 OHM
300 OHM
300 OHM
2.7K OHM
300 OHM
300 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
5.6 OHM
10 OHM
9.1 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
75 OHM
68 OHM
82 OHM
82 OHM
1K OHM
22K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
1K OHM
22K OHM
10K OHM
47K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
47K OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
180 OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
R933
R934
R935
R936
R937
R938
R939
R940
R941
R942
R943
R944
R945
R946
R947
R948
R949
R950
R951
R952
R953
R962
R963
R964
R966
R967
R975
R976
J801
J802
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ220T
CRJ10DJ330T
CRJ10DJ105T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ182T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ182T
CRJ10DJ182T
CRJ10DJ471T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ222T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRJ10DJ473T
CRD25TJ100T
CRD25TJ100T
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CARBON
RES , CARBON
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
47K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
47K OHM
47K OHM
100 OHM
22 OHM
22 OHM
22 OHM
33 OHM
1M OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
1.8K OHM
10K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
470 OHM
100 OHM
10K OHM
100 OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
47K OHM
47K OHM
10 OHM/ 1/4W
10 OHM/ 1/4W
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
COX19660E330S
HOX27000E180S
CJP03GA19ZY
CHG1A306
CJP44HA187ZY
HJJ9H003Z
HJJ9H003Z
HJJ9H003Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9R006Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
CRYSTAL , CHIP(SMD)
CRYSTAL , CHIP(SMD)
WAFER, STRAIGHT, 3PIN
CUSHION
WAFER, HOUSING 44PIN
JACK,HDMI (JALCO)
JACK,HDMI (JALCO)
JACK,HDMI (JALCO)
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
19.6608 MHz
27MHz
WAFER
CUSHION
WAFER
JACK
JACK
JACK
HH-1H2012-221JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HH-1H2012-221JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Miscellaneous
X801
X901
CN80
CN81
JK91
JK92
JK93
L801
L802
L803
L804
L805
L806
L807
L808
L809
L810
L811
L812
L813
L814
L816
L817
L901
L902
L903
L904
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Part Number
Qty
Description
HUDSON (HDMI) PCB (CUP11915)
L921
L922
L923
L924
CLZ9R009Z
CLZ9R009Z
CLZ9R009Z
CLZ9R009Z
CHOKE COIL, CHIP ( FOR HDMI )
CHOKE COIL, CHIP ( FOR HDMI )
CHOKE COIL, CHIP ( FOR HDMI )
CHOKE COIL, CHIP ( FOR HDMI )
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
HCEC1CRV2101T
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC1CRV2101T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC1CRV2100T
HCEC1CRV2100T
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H271JA
CCUS1H271JA
CCUS1H223KC
HCEC1CRV2100T
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H102KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H180JA
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC1CRV2100T
HCEC1CRV2220T
HCEC1CRV2100T
HCEC1CRV2100T
CCUS1H331JA
CCUS1H331JA
CCUS1H223KC
CCUS1H122KC
CCUS1H122KC
HCEC1CRV2100T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H181JA
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
HCEC1CRV2220T
CCUS1H104KC
CCUS1H104KC
CCEA1CKS101T
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELEC (SMD)
CAP , CHIP
CAP , CHIP
CAP , ELECT
100UF/16V
0.1UF
100UF/16V
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
10UF / 16V
10UF / 16V
1000PF
1000PF
270PF
270PF
0.022UF
10UF / 16V
1000PF
1000PF
1000PF
0.1UF
1000PF
0.1UF
18PF
18PF
0.1UF
10UF / 16V
22UF/16V
10UF / 16V
10UF / 16V
330PF
330PF
0.022UF
1200PF
1200PF
10UF / 16V
0.1UF
0.1UF
180PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
22UF/16V
0.1UF
0.1UF
100UF 16V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
HVDRB160L60TE25
CVIXMDTIC
DIODE , SCHOTTKEY BARRIER
I.C , XM
RB160L-60TE25
XM
1
1
EA
EA
XM PCB (CUP11913-4)
Capacitors
C408
C409
C418
C419
C455
C456
C457
C458
C460
C461
C462
C463
C464
C466
C481
C482
C483
C484
C485
C486
C487
C488
C489
C490
C491
C492
C493
C494
C495
C496
C497
C498
C499
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C508
C509
C510
C511
C512
C517
C518
C526
Semiconductors
D404
IC51
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Part Number
Qty
Description
XM PCB (CUP11913-4)
IC52
IC53
IC54
CVIAK4384ET
HVINJM2068MDTE1
HVILM1117S-3V3
I.C , ADC
I.C , DUAL OP AMP
I.C , REGULATOR (3.3V)
ASAHI KASEI
JRC
HTC
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
CRJ104DJ220T
CRJ104DJ101T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ152T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ332T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10CJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ102T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ101T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ104T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ0R0T
CRJ10DJ105T
CRJ10DJ103T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
CRJ10DJ223T
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , 4ARRAY (1608*4)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES. CHIP (1/10W)
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
RES , CHIP
22 OHM/1608*4
100 OHM/1608*4
1K OHM
1K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100 OHM
10K OHM
10K OHM
1.5K OHM
1.5K OHM
100 OHM
10K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
0 OHM
22K OHM
1K OHM
1K OHM
100 OHM
100 OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
100K OHM
22K OHM
22K OHM
22K OHM
22K OHM
22K OHM
22K OHM
0 OHM
1M OHM
10K OHM
220K OHM
220K OHM
220K OHM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
COX45158E180S
CMD1A569
CWB1C902250BM
KJP12GB143ZP
CJJ9L006Z
CJP07GA193ZY
HLZ9Z014Z
CLQ06E2R7KRZ
HLZ9Z014Z
HLZ9Z014Z
CRYSTAL, 45.1584MHz (SMD)
BRACKET , PCB
WIRE ASS'Y
DIP SOCKET
JACK , XM
WAFER , CARD CABLE (SMD)
CHIP , BEAD
INDUCTOR, CHIP
CHIP , BEAD
CHIP , BEAD
45.1584MHz
BRACKET
WIRE
DIP SOCKET
JACK
WAFER
HU-1H4516-600JT
2.7UH
HU-1H4516-600JT
HU-1H4516-600JT
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Resistors
RN50
RN51
R408
R409
R410
R411
R412
R413
R414
R481
R482
R483
R484
R485
R486
R487
R488
R491
R494
R503
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R526
R528
R529
R530
Miscellaneous
X501
BK51
BN85
CN23
JK51
BN21
L403
L502
L503
L504
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Ref. Designator
Part Number
CNVM9001MS0J72L
Description
AVR 347 TUNER MODULE
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ST202E
ST232E

± 15KV ESD PROTECTED
5V RS-232 TRANSCEIVER
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■
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■
ESD PROTECTION FOR RS-232 I/O PINS:
± 15 KV HUMAN BODY MODEL
GUARANTEED 120 kbps DATE RATE
GUARANTEED SLEW RATE RANGE 3 to
30V/µs
OPERATE FROM A SINGLE 5V POWER
SUPPLY
DESCRIPTION
The ST202E/ST232E are a 2 driver 2 receiver
devices designed for RS-232 and V.28
communications in harsh enviroments. Each
transmitter output and receiver input is protected
against ± 15KV electrostatic discharge (ESD)
shocks. The drivers meet all EIA/TIA-232E and
CCITT V.28 specifications at data rates up to
120Kbps, when loaded in accordance with the
EIA/TIA-232E specification.
The ST202E/232E use a single 5V supply
voltage.
The ST232E operates with four 1µF capacitors,
N
(Plastic Package)
D
(Micro Package)
W
(Micro Package Large)
T
(TSSOP Package)
while the ST202E operates with four 0.1µF
capacitors, further reducing cost and board
space.
ORDER CODES
T ype
Temperature
Rang e
o
Packag e
Co mmen ts
ST202ECN
ST232ECN
0 to 70 C
DIP-16
25 parts per tube / 40 tube per box
ST202EBN
ST232EBN
-40 to 85 oC
DIP-16
25 parts per tube / 40 tube per box
ST202ECD
ST232ECD
0 to 70 oC
SO-16 (Tube)
50 parts per tube / 20 tube per box
ST202EBD
ST232EBD
-40 to 85 oC
SO-16 (Tube)
50 parts per tube / 20 tube per box
o
ST202ECDR
ST232ECDR
0 to 70 C
SO-16 (Tape & Reel)
2500 parts per reel
ST202EBDR
ST232EBDR
-40 to 85 oC
SO-16 (Tape & Reel)
2500 parts per reel
ST202ECW
ST232ECW
0 to 70 oC
SO-16 Large (Tube)
50 parts per tube / 20 tube per box
o
ST202EBW
ST232EBW
-40 to 85 C
SO-16 Large (Tube)
50 parts per tube / 20 tube per box
ST202ECWR
ST232ECWR
0 to 70 oC
SO-16 Large (Tape & Reel)
1000 parts per reel
ST202EBWR
ST232EBWR
-40 to 85 oC
SO-16 Large (Tape & Reel)
1000 parts per reel
o
ST202ECTR
ST232ECTR
0 to 70 C
TSSOP16 (Tape & Reel)
2500 parts per reel
ST202EBTR
ST232EBTR
-40 to 85 oC
TSSOP16 (Tape & Reel)
2500 parts per reel
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PIN CONFIGURATION
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN No
SYMBOL
1
C1+
Positive Terminal for the first Charge Pump Capacitor
NAME AND F UNCTION
2
V+
Doubled Voltage Terminal
3
C1-
Negative Terminal for the first Charge Pump Capacitor
4
C2+
Positive Terminal for the second Charge Pump Capacitor
5
C2-
Negative Terminal for the second Charge Pump Capacitor
6
V-
Inverted Voltage Terminal
Second Transmitter Output Voltage
7
T2OUT
8
R2IN
9
R2OUT
Second Receiver Output Voltage
10
T2IN
Second Transmitter Input Voltage
11
T1IN
First Transmitter Input Voltage
12
R1OUT
First Receiver Output Voltage
Second Receiver Input Voltage
First Receiver Input Voltage
13
R1IN
14
T1OUT
First Transmitter Output Voltage
15
GND
Ground
16
VCC
Supply Voltage
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M24C64
M24C32
64Kbit and 32Kbit Serial I²C Bus EEPROM
FEATURES SUMMARY
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Two-Wire I2C Serial Interface
Supports 400kHz Protocol
Single Supply Voltage:
– 4.5 to 5.5V for M24Cxx
– 2.5 to 5.5V for M24Cxx-W
– 1.8 to 5.5V for M24Cxx-R
Write Control Input
BYTE and PAGE WRITE (up to 32 Bytes)
RANDOM and SEQUENTIAL READ Modes
Self-Timed Programming Cycle
Automatic Address Incrementing
Enhanced ESD/Latch-Up Protection
More than 1 Million Erase/Write Cycles
More than 40-Year Data Retention
Figure 1. Packages
8
1
PDIP8 (BN)
8
1
SO8 (MN)
150 mil width
Table 1. Product List
Reference
Part Number
M24C64
M24C64
M24C64-W
TSSOP8 (DW)
169 mil width
M24C64-R
M24C32
M24C32
M24C32-W
M24C32-R
UFDFPN8 (MB)
2x3mm² (MLP)
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SUMMARY DESCRIPTION
These I2C-compatible electrically erasable programmable memory (EEPROM) devices are organized as 8192 x 8 bits (M24C64) and 4096 x 8 bits
(M24C32).
Figure 2. Logic Diagram
VCC
3
E0-E2
SCL
SDA
M24C64
M24C32
WC
VSS
AI01844B
I2C uses a two-wire serial interface, comprising a
bi-directional data line and a clock line. The devices carry a built-in 4-bit Device Type Identifier code
(1010) in accordance with the I2C bus definition.
The device behaves as a slave in the I2C protocol,
with all memory operations synchronized by the
serial clock. Read and Write operations are initiated by a Start condition, generated by the bus master. The Start condition is followed by a Device
Select Code and Read/Write bit (RW) (as described in Table 3.), terminated by an acknowledge bit.
When writing data to the memory, the device inserts an acknowledge bit during the 9th bit time,
following the bus master’s 8-bit transmission.
When data is read by the bus master, the bus
master acknowledges the receipt of the data byte
in the same way. Data transfers are terminated by
a Stop condition after an Ack for Write, and after a
NoAck for Read.
Table 2. Signal Names
E0, E1, E2
Chip Enable
SDA
Serial Data
SCL
Serial Clock
WC
Write Control
VCC
Supply Voltage
VSS
Ground
Power On Reset: VCC Lock-Out Write Protect
In order to prevent data corruption and inadvertent
Write operations during Power-up, a Power On
Reset (POR) circuit is included. At Power-up, the
internal reset is held active until VCC has reached
the Power On Reset (POR) threshold voltage, and
all operations are disabled – the device will not respond to any command. In the same way, when
VCC drops from the operating voltage, below the
Power On Reset (POR) threshold voltage, all operations are disabled and the device will not respond to any command.
A stable and valid VCC (as defined in Table 9. and
Table 10.) must be applied before applying any
logic signal.
Figure 3. DIP, SO, TSSOP and UFDFPN
Connections
M24C64
M24C32
E0
E1
E2
VSS
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
VCC
WC
SCL
SDA
AI01845C
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TC7MZ4051,4052,4053FK
TOSHIBA CMOS Digital Integrated Circuit Silicon Monolithic
TC7MZ4051FK,TC7MZ4052FK,TC7MZ4053FK
TC7MZ4051FK 8-Channel Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer
TC7MZ4052FK Dual 4-Channel Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer
TC7MZ4053FK Triple 2-Channel Analog
Multiplexer/Demultiplexer
The TC7MZ4051/4052/4053FK are high-speed, low-voltage
drive analog multiplexer/demultiplexers using silicon gate CMOS
technology. In 3 V and 5 V systems these can achieve high-speed
operation with the low power dissipation that is a feature of
CMOS.
The TC7MZ4051/4052/4053FK offer analog/digital signal
selection as well as mixed signals. The 4051 has an 8-channel
configuration, the 4052 has an 4-channel × 2 configuration, and
Weight: 0.02 g (typ.)
the 4053 has a 2-channel × 3 configuration.
The switches for each channel are turned ON by the control pin
digital signals.
Although the control signal logical amplitude (VCC − GND) is small, the device can perform large-amplitude
(VCC − VEE) signal switching.
For example, if VCC = 3 V, GND = 0 V, and VEE = −3 V, signals between −3 V and +3 V can be switched from the
logical circuit using a single 3 V power supply.
All input pins are equipped with a newly developed input protection circuit that avoids the need for a diode on
the plus side (forward side from the input to the VCC). As a result, for example, 5 V signals can be permitted on the
inputs even when the power supply voltage to the circuits is off. As a result of this input power protection, the
TC7MZ4051/4052/4053FK can be used in a variety of applications, including in the system which has two power
supplies, and in battery backup circuits.
Features
·
Low ON resistance: Ron = 22 Ω (typ.) (VCC − VEE = 3 V)
Ron = 15 Ω (typ.) (VCC − VEE = 6 V)
·
High speed: tpd = 3 ns (typ.) (VCC = 3.0 V)
·
Low power dissipation: ICC = 4 µA (max) (Ta = 25°C)
·
Input level: VIL = 0.8 V (max) (VCC = 3 V)
VIH = 2.0 V (min) (VCC = 3 V)
·
Power down protection is provided on all control inputs
·
Pin and function compatible with 74HC4051/4052/4053
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TC7MZ4051FK
TC7MZ4052FK
4 1
16 VCC
0Y 1
16 VCC
6 2
15 2
2Y 2
15 2X
COM 3
14 1
Y-COM 3
14 1X
7 4
13 0
3Y 4
13 X-COM
5 5
12 3
1Y 5
12 0X
INH 6
11 A
INH 6
11 3X
VEE 7
10 B
VEE 7
10 A
9
GND 8
C
GND 8
9
B
TC7MZ4053FK
1Y 1
16 VCC
0Y 2
15 Y-COM
1Z 3
14 X-COM
Z-COM 4
13 1X
0Z 5
12 0X
INH 6
11 A
VEE 7
10 B
9
GND 8
C
Truth Table
Control Inputs
“ON” Channel
Inhibit
C*
B
A
MZ4051FK
MZ4052FK
MZ4053FK
L
L
L
L
0
0X, 0Y
0X, 0Y, 0Z
L
L
L
H
1
1X, 1Y
1X, 0Y, 0Z
L
L
H
L
2
2X, 2Y
0X, 1Y, 0Z
L
L
H
H
3
3X, 3Y
1X, 1Y, 0Z
L
H
L
L
4
¾
0X, 0Y, 1Z
L
H
L
H
5
¾
1X, 0Y, 1Z
L
H
H
L
6
¾
0X, 1Y, 1Z
L
H
H
H
7
¾
1X, 1Y, 1Z
H
X
X
X
None
None
None
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System Diagram
TC7MZ4051FK
COM
OUT
B
IN
0
1
Logic Level Converter
A
C
2
3
4
5
C
6
OUT
INH
C
IN
7
TC7MZ4052FK
X-COM
OUT
C
IN
1X
Logic Level Converter
A
B
0X
2X
3X
0Y
1Y
2Y
INH
OUT
C
IN
3Y
Y-COM
TC7MZ4053FK
Y-COM
X-COM
A
B
C
C
IN
Logic Level Converter
OUT
1X
0Y
1Y
0Z
OUT
INH
0X
C
IN
1Z
Z-COM
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IDTQS3VH16233
2.5V / 3.3V 32:16 MUX/DEMUX HIGH BANDWIDTH BUS SWITCH
INDUSTRIAL TEMPERATURE RANGE
QUICKSWITCH® PRODUCTS
2.5V / 3.3V 32:16 MUX/DEMUX
HIGH BANDWIDTH BUS SWITCH
FEATURES:
IDTQS3VH16233
DESCRIPTION:
• N channel FET switches with no parasitic diode to Vcc
− Isolation under power-off conditions
− No DC path to Vcc or GND
− 5V tolerant in OFF and ON state
• 5V tolerant I/Os
Ω typical
• Low RON - 4Ω
• Flat RON characteristics over operating range
• Rail-to-rail switching 0 - 5V
• Bidirectional dataflow with near-zero delay: no added ground
bounce
• Excellent RON matching between channels
• Vcc operation: 2.3V to 3.6V
• High bandwidth - up to 500 MHz
• LVTTL-compatible control Inputs
• Undershoot Clamp Diodes on all switch and control Inputs
• Low I/O capacitance, 4pF typical
• Available in SSOP and TSSOP packages
The QS3VH16233 HotSwitch is a 32-bit to 16-bit high bandwidth bus
switch, which can multiplex or demultiplex data. The QS3VH16233 has
very low ON resistance, resulting in under 250ps propagation delay
through the switch. This device can be used as two 16-bit to 8-bit
multiplexers or as one 32-bit to 16-bit multiplexer. SELx inputs control the
data flow. TESTx inputs control either one or two ports connection. In the
OFF and ON states, the switches are 5V-tolerant. In the OFF state, the
switches offer very high impedance at the terminals.
The combination of near-zero propagation delay, high OFF impedance,
and over-voltage tolerance also makes the QS3VH16233 ideal for high
performance communications applications.
The QS3VH16233 is characterized for operation from -40°C to +85°C.
APPLICATIONS:
•
•
•
•
•
Hot-swapping
10/100 Base-T, Ethernet LAN switch
Low distortion analog switch
Replaces mechanical relay
ATM 25/155 switching
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
TEST 2
TEST 1
SEL 1
SEL 2
x = 1 through 8
x = 9 through 16
xB 2
xB 2
xA
xA
xB 1
xB 1
O NE O F EIG HT CHA NNE LS
O NE OF E IGHT CHANNE LS
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INDUSTRIAL TEMPERATURE RANGE
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2.5V / 3.3V 32:16 MUX/DEMUX HIGH BANDWIDTH BUS SWITCH
INDUSTRIAL TEMPERATURE RANGE
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS(1)
PIN CONFIGURATION
1A
2B 1
1
2
56
55
1B 1
1B 2
2B 2
3
54
2A
3A
4
53
4B 1
5
4B 2
Symbol
Description
Max.
Unit
VTERM(2)
Supply Voltage to Ground
– 0.5 to 4.6
V
VTERM(3)
DC Switch Voltage VS
– 0.5 to 5.5
V
VTERM(3)
DC Input Voltage VIN
– 0.5 to 5.5
V
–3
V
120
mA
-65 to +150
°C
VAC
AC Input Voltage (pulse width ≤20ns)
3B 1
IOUT
DC Output Current (max. current/pin)
52
3B 2
TSTG
Storage Temperature
6
51
4A
5A
7
50
5B 1
6B 1
8
49
5B 2
6B 2
9
48
6A
7A
10
47
7B 1
8B 1
11
46
7B 2
8B 2
12
45
8A
GND
13
44
GND
Vcc
14
43
Vcc
9A
15
42
9B 1
10 B 1
16
41
9B 2
10 B 2
17
40
10 A
11 A
18
39
11 B 1
12 B 1
19
38
11 B 2
12 B 2
20
37
12 A
NOTES:
1. Stresses greater than those listed under ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS may
cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and functional
operation of the device at these or any other conditions above those indicated in the
operational sections of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect reliability.
2. VCC terminals.
3. All terminals except VCC.
CAPACITANCE
o
(TA = +25 C, f = 1MHz, VIN = 0V, VOUT = 0V)
Symbol
Parameter(1)
CIN
Control Inputs
CI/O
Quickswitch Channels
Typ.
(Switch OFF)
CI/O
Quickswitch Channels
(Switch ON)
Max.
3
5
pF
Mux
8
12
pF
Demux
4
6
Mux
16
24
Demux
8
12
NOTE:
1. This parameter is guaranteed but not production tested.
13 A
21
36
13 B 1
14 B 1
22
35
13 B 2
14 B 2
23
34
14 A
15 A
24
33
15 B 1
Pin Names
I/O
16 B 1
25
32
15 B 2
xA
I/O
Bus A
16 B 2
26
31
16 A
Bus B
PIN DESCRIPTION
TEST 1
27
30
SEL 1
TEST 2
28
29
SEL 2
SSOP/ TSSOP
TOP VIEW
Description
xBx
I/O
SELx
I
Data Select
TESTx
I
Port Select
FUNCTION TABLE(1)
SELx
TESTx
xA
Function
L
L
xB 1
xA to xB1
H
L
xB 2
xA to xB2
X
H
xB1, xB2
NOTE:
1. H = HIGH Voltage Level
L = LOW Voltage Level
X = Don't Care
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NJM2845/46
LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE REGULATOR
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The NJM2845 is low dropout voltage regulator. Advanced
Bipolar technology achieves low noise, high ripple rejection
and low quiescent current.
NJM2845 is 3 terminal type and NJM2846 is ON/OFF control
built in type. These product can be selected according to the
applications.
PACKAGE OUTLINE
NJM2845DL1
NJM2846DL3
FEATURES
High Ripple Rejection
75dB typ. (f=1kHz,3V Version)
Output Noise Voltage
Vno=45µVrms typ. (Vo=3V Version)
Output capacitor with 2.2µF ceramic capacitor (Vo≥2.6V)
Output Current
Io(max.)=800mA
High Precision Output
Vo ±1.0%
Low Dropout Voltage
0.18V typ. (Io=500mA)
ON/OFF Control
(NJM2846)
Internal Short Circuit Current Limit
Internal Thermal Overload Protection
Bipolar Technology
Package Outline
TO-252-3 (NJM2845DL1), TO-252-5 (NJM2846DL3)
PIN CONFIGURATION
2
1
1.VIN
2.GND
3.VOUT
3
3
123 45
NJM2845DL1
1.CONTROL
2.VIN
3.GND
4.Vo
5.NC
NJM2846DL3
EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
V IN
V OUT
Thermal
Protection
VIN
Control
Bandgap
Reference
GND
VOUT
Thermal
Protection
Bandgap
Reference
GND
NJM2845DL1
NJM2846DL3
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8 Mbit SPI Serial Flash
SST25VF080B
SST25VF080B8Mb Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) flash memory
Data Sheet
FEATURES:
• Single Voltage Read and Write Operations
– 2.7-3.6V
• Serial Interface Architecture
– SPI Compatible: Mode 0 and Mode 3
• High Speed Clock Frequency
– 50 MHz
• Superior Reliability
– Endurance: 100,000 Cycles (typical)
– Greater than 100 years Data Retention
• Low Power Consumption:
– Active Read Current: 10 mA (typical)
– Standby Current: 5 µA (typical)
• Flexible Erase Capability
– Uniform 4 KByte sectors
– Uniform 32 KByte overlay blocks
– Uniform 64 KByte overlay blocks
• Fast Erase and Byte-Program:
– Chip-Erase Time: 35 ms (typical)
– Sector-/Block-Erase Time: 18 ms (typical)
– Byte-Program Time: 7 µs (typical)
• Auto Address Increment (AAI) Programming
– Decrease total chip programming time over
Byte-Program operations
• End-of-Write Detection
– Software polling the BUSY bit in Status Register
– Busy Status readout on SO pin in AAI Mode
• Hold Pin (HOLD#)
– Suspends a serial sequence to the memory
without deselecting the device
• Write Protection (WP#)
– Enables/Disables the Lock-Down function of the
status register
• Software Write Protection
– Write protection through Block-Protection bits in
status register
• Temperature Range
– Commercial: 0°C to +70°C
– Industrial: -40°C to +85°C
• Packages Available
– 8-lead SOIC (200 mils)
– 8-contact WSON (6mm x 5mm)
• All non-Pb (lead-free) devices are RoHS compliant
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
SST’s 25 series Serial Flash family features a four-wire,
SPI-compatible interface that allows for a low pin-count
package which occupies less board space and ultimately
lowers total system costs. The SST25VF080B devices are
enhanced with improved operating frequency and even
lower power consumption than the original SST25VFxxxA
devices. SST25VF080B SPI serial flash memories are
manufactured with SST’s proprietary, high-performance
CMOS SuperFlash technology. The split-gate cell design
and thick-oxide tunneling injector attain better reliability and
manufacturability compared with alternate approaches.
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The SST25VF080B devices significantly improve performance and reliability, while lowering power consumption.
The devices write (Program or Erase) with a single power
supply of 2.7-3.6V for SST25VF080B. The total energy
consumed is a function of the applied voltage, current, and
time of application. Since for any given voltage range, the
SuperFlash technology uses less current to program and
has a shorter erase time, the total energy consumed during
any Erase or Program operation is less than alternative
flash memory technologies.
The SST25VF080B device is offered in both 8-lead SOIC
(200 mils) and 8-contact WSON (6mm x 5mm) packages.
See Figure 1 for pin assignments.
The SST logo and SuperFlash are registered Trademarks of Silicon Storage Technology, Inc.
These specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SST25VF080B
Data Sheet
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
SuperFlash
Memory
X - Decoder
Address
Buffers
and
Latches
Y - Decoder
I/O Buffers
and
Data Latches
Control Logic
Serial Interface
1296 B1.0
CE#
SCK
SI
SO
WP#
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SST25VF080B
Data Sheet
PIN DESCRIPTION
CE#
1
SO
2
8
VDD
7
HOLD#
CE#
1
SO
2
8
VDD
7
HOLD#
Top View
Top View
WP#
3
6
SCK
WP#
3
6
SCK
VSS
4
5
SI
VSS
4
5
SI
1296 08-soic S2A P1.0
1296 08-wson QA P2.0
8-LEAD SOIC
8-CONTACT WSON
FIGURE 1: PIN ASSIGNMENTS
TABLE 1: PIN DESCRIPTION
Symbol
Pin Name
Functions
SCK
Serial Clock
To provide the timing of the serial interface.
Commands, addresses, or input data are latched on the rising edge of the clock input,
while output data is shifted out on the falling edge of the clock input.
SI
Serial Data Input
To transfer commands, addresses, or data serially into the device.
Inputs are latched on the rising edge of the serial clock.
SO
Serial Data Output
To transfer data serially out of the device.
Data is shifted out on the falling edge of the serial clock.
Outputs Flash busy status during AAI Programming when reconfigured as RY/BY# pin.
See “Hardware End-of-Write Detection” on page 12 for details.
CE#
Chip Enable
The device is enabled by a high to low transition on CE#. CE# must remain low for the
duration of any command sequence.
WP#
Write Protect
The Write Protect (WP#) pin is used to enable/disable BPL bit in the status register.
HOLD#
Hold
To temporarily stop serial communication with SPI flash memory without resetting the
device.
VDD
Power Supply
To provide power supply voltage: 2.7-3.6V for SST25VF080B
VSS
Ground
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SiI 9031
HDMI PanelLink Cinema Receiver
Data Sheet
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General Description
The SiI 9031 is a second generation PanelLink Cinema receiver that is compatible with the HDMI 1.1 (High
Definition Multimedia Interface) specification. DTVs, plasma displays, LCD TVs and projectors can now provide
the highest quality protected digital audio/video over a single cable. Backwards compatibility with DVI 1.0 allows
HDMI systems to connect to existing DVI 1.0 hosts (DVD players, HD set top boxes, D-VHS players and
receivers, PC ).
The SiI 9031 is capable of receiving and outputting up to eight channel digital audio – an excellent solution for A/V
Receivers. Four industry-standard I2S ports allow direct connection to high-performance audio DACs or DSPs up
to 192kHz. An S/PDIF port supports up to 192 kHz audio.
The SiI 9031 enables A/V Receivers with full HDCP Repeater support, to receive, decrypt and output high quality
video and audio to an HDMI transmitter. The SiI 9031 also comes pre-programmed with HDCP keys, greatly
simplifying the manufacturing process, lowering costs, while providing the highest level of HDCP key security.
Silicon Image’s PanelLink Cinema receivers use the latest generation of PanelLink TMDS core technology.
These PanelLink cores pass all HDMI compliancy tests.
The SiI 9031 is offered in two speed varieties: SiI9031CTU (to 720p/1080i/SXGA) and SiI9031CTU-7 (to 1080p).
Features
•
Dual-Input HDMI 1.1, HDCP 1.1 and DVI 1.0 compliant receiver
•
Integrated PanelLink TMDS® core.
•
Digital video interface supports video processors:
o 24-bit RGB / YCbCr 4:4:4
o 16/20/24-bit YCbCr 4:2:2
o 8/10/12-bit YCbCr 4:2:2 (ITU BT.656)
o 12-bit DMO (Digital Multimedia Output) RGB/YCbCr 4:4:4 (clocked with rising & falling edges)
o Color Space Conversion for both RGB-to-YCbCr and YCbCr-to-RGB (both 601 and 709)
o Auto video mode configuration simplifies system firmware design
•
Analog RGB and YPbPr output:
o 10-bit DAC
o Separate or Composite Syncs (Sync on G)
•
Digital audio interface supports high-end audio systems:
o Four programmable I2S outputs for connection to low-cost DACs at 32-192kHz
o S/PDIF output supports PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS digital audio transmission (32-192 kHz Fs)
using IEC 60958 and IEC 61937
o Programmable Channel Mapping for I2S Outputs
o Auto audio error detection with programmable soft mute
•
Integrated HDCP decryption engine for receiving protected audio and video content
o Pre-programmed HDCP keys provide highest level of key security, simplifies manufacturing
o Full support for HDCP Repeaters up to 15 attached downstream devices
•
Software compatible with SiI 9993
•
Flexible power management
•
144-pin TQFP package
SiI-DS-0118-A
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R0XC+
R0XC-
AVCC
PVCC0
39
38
37
AGND
41
40
R0X0-
AVCC
42
44
43
AGND
R0X0+
45
R0X1-
48
AVCC
R0X1+
49
46
AGND
50
47
R0X2-
AVCC
51
AGND
R0X2+
52
54
53
PVCC1
TMDSPGND
55
AVCC
RSVD_A
56
58
57
R1XC+
R1XC-
59
AVCC
AGND
62
60
R1X0-
63
61
AGND
R1X0+
64
R1X1-
AVCC
65
67
66
AGND
R1X1+
68
R1X2-
AVCC
70
71
69
AGND
R1X2+
72
Pin Diagram
DGND
73
36
DVCC18
74
35
DVCC18
IOGND
75
34
R0PWR5V
DGND
IOVCC
76
33
R1PWR5V
MUTEOUT
77
32
DSCL0
SPDIF
78
31
DSDA0
CVCC
79
30
DSCL1
CGND
80
29
DSDA1
SD3
81
28
CSCL
SD2
82
27
CSDA
SD1
83
26
IOVCC
SD0
84
25
IOGND
WS
85
24
CGND
SCK
86
23
CVCC18
MCLKIN
87
22
DACDVCC18
MCLKOUT
88
21
DACDGND
20
AnBPb
19
DACVCCB
IOVCC
89
IOGND
90
CGND
91
CVCC18
92
SiI 9031
144-Pin
TQFP
(Top View)
18
DACGNDB
17
AnGY
NC
93
16
DACVCCG
AUDPVCC18
94
15
DACGNDG
AUDPGND
95
14
AnRPr
XTALOUT
96
13
DACVCCR
XTALIN
97
12
DACGNDR
XTALVCC
98
11
COMP
REGVCC
99
10
RSET
NC
100
9
VREF
RSVDL
101
8
DACAGND
RESET#
102
7
DACAVCC
SCDT
103
6
DACOVCC
INT
104
5
IOVCC
CVCC18
105
4
IOGND
140
141
142
143
144
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q1
Q0
Q5
138
136
137
Q6
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135
IOGND
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CGND
134
IOVCC
Figure 1. Pin Diagram
Individual pin functions are described beginning on page 37.
CVCC18
132
133
Q8
Q7
130
131
Q9
Q11
Q10
128
129
CVCC18
126
Q13
127
Q14
Q12
124
125
Q15
CGND
122
123
IOVCC
121
ODCK
119
Q17
120
Q18
Q16
117
118
Q19
IOGND
115
116
CGND
113
114
Q20
CVCC18
111
HSYNC
DE
112
1
Q21
108
Q22
IOGND
109
VSYNC
2
110
3
Q23
106
107
IOVCC
CGND
CLK48B
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System Applications
A/V Receiver
DDC
EDID
PROM 0
DDC
Digital Video
TMDS
TMDS
SiI 9030
HDMI Connector Port 1
SiI 9031
DDC
TMDS
I2S
DDC
SPDIF
DDC
MCLK
EDID
PROM 1
I2S
I2 C
MicroController
Other Audio Sources
Audio DSP
I2S
Audio DAC
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HDMI Connector
HDMI Connector Port 0
In an A/V receiver, audio/video is accepted as inputs from one or more sources. A single SiI 9031 provides two
HDMI input ports. These can be selected and combined into a single HDMI output through a SiI 9030 transmitter.
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Functional Description
The SiI 9031 provides a complete solution for receiving HDMI compliant digital audio and video. Specialized
audio and video processing is available within the SiI 9031 to easily and cost effectively add HDMI capability to
consumer electronics devices such as A/V Receivers, digital TVs, plasma displays, LCD TVs and projectors.
Figure 3 shows the functional blocks of the chip.
DSDA0
DSCL0
DSDA1
Port
MUX
DSCL1
R1XC±
R1X0±
R1X1±
HDCP Keys
EEPROM
PanelLink
TMDS TM
Digital
Core
R1X2±
RESET#
Registers
---------------Configuration
Logic Block
I2C
Slave
INT
I2 C
Slave
CSDA
MCLK
Gen
MCLKOUT
MCLKIN
Aux
Data
24-Bit
Data
XTALIN
XTALOUT
HDCP &
Repeater
Decryption
Engine
HS,VS,
DE
CSCL
HDMI
Mode
Control
Audio
Data
Decode
SCK
WS
SD[3:0]
Port
MUX
XOR
Mask
24-Bit Encrypted
Pixel Data
SPDIF
24-Bit
Decrypted
Pixel Data
COMP
RSET
Control Signals
10-Bit
Video
DAC
30
Video Color
Space
Converter
Up/Down
Sampling
HS,VS,
DE
R0XC±
R0X0±
R0X1±
PanelLink
TMDS TM
Digital
Core
24-Bit
Data
AnGY
AnRPr
AnBPb
DE
HSYNC
VSYNC
ODCK
24
Q[23:0]
CLK48B
R0X2±
Port
Detect
Auto A/V
Exception
Handling
MUTEOUT
SCDT
R0PWR5V
R1PWR5V
Figure 3. Functional Block Diagram
The SiI 9031 supports two HDMI input ports. Only one port may be active at any time.
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• Low-voltage and Standard-voltage Operation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
– 2.7 (VCC = 2.7V to 5.5V)
– 1.8 (VCC = 1.8V to 5.5V)
Internally Organized 128 x 8 (1K), 256 x 8 (2K), 512 x 8 (4K),
1024 x 8 (8K) or 2048 x 8 (16K)
Two-wire Serial Interface
Schmitt Trigger, Filtered Inputs for Noise Suppression
Bidirectional Data Transfer Protocol
100 kHz (1.8V) and 400 kHz (2.7V, 5V) Compatibility
Write Protect Pin for Hardware Data Protection
8-byte Page (1K, 2K), 16-byte Page (4K, 8K, 16K) Write Modes
Partial Page Writes Allowed
Self-timed Write Cycle (5 ms max)
High-reliability
– Endurance: 1 Million Write Cycles
– Data Retention: 100 Years
Automotive Grade and Lead-free/Halogen-free Devices Available
8-lead PDIP, 8-lead JEDEC SOIC, 8-lead MAP, 5-lead SOT23,
8-lead TSSOP and 8-ball dBGA2 Packages
Die Sales: Wafer Form, Waffle Pack and Bumped Wafers
Two-wire
Serial EEPROM
1K (128 x 8)
2K (256 x 8)
4K (512 x 8)
8K (1024 x 8)
Description
The AT24C01A/02/04/08A/16A provides 1024/2048/4096/8192/16384 bits of serial
electrically erasable and programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) organized as
128/256/512/1024/2048 words of 8 bits each. The device is optimized for use in many
industrial and commercial applications where low-power and low-voltage operation
are essential. The AT24C01A/02/04/08A/16A is available in space-saving 8-lead PDIP,
8-lead JEDEC SOIC, 8-lead MAP, 5-lead SOT23 (AT24C01A/AT24C02/AT24C04), 8lead TSSOP, and 8-ball dBGA2 packages and is accessed via a Two-wire serial interface. In addition, the entire family is available in 2.7V (2.7V to 5.5V) and 1.8V (1.8V to
5.5V) versions.
8-lead TSSOP
Table 1. Pin Configuration
Pin Name
Function
A0 - A2
Address Inputs
SDA
Serial Data
SCL
Serial Clock Input
WP
Write Protect
NC
No Connect
GND
Ground
VCC
Power Supply
A0
A1
A2
GND
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8-lead SOIC
A0
A1
A2
GND
8-ball dBGA2
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8
1
7
2
6
3
5
4
A0
A1
A2
GND
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
A0
A1
A2
GND
Bottom View
8-lead PDIP
1
2
3
4
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8
7
6
5
AT24C01A
AT24C02
AT24C04
AT24C08A
AT24C16A
8-lead MAP
Bottom View
A0
A1
A2
GND
1
2
3
4
16K (2048 x 8)
5-lead SOT23
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
SCL
1
GND
2
SDA
3
5
WP
4
VCC
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Operating Temperature..................................–55°C to +125°C
*NOTICE:
Storage Temperature .....................................–65°C to +150°C
Voltage on Any Pin
with Respect to Ground .................................... –1.0V to +7.0V
Maximum Operating Voltage .......................................... 6.25V
Stresses beyond those listed under “Absolute
Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and
functional operation of the device at these or any
other conditions beyond those indicated in the
operational sections of this specification is not
implied. Exposure to absolute maximum rating
conditions for extended periods may affect device
reliability.
DC Output Current........................................................ 5.0 mA
Figure 1. Block Diagram
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Pin Description
SERIAL CLOCK (SCL): The SCL input is used to positive edge clock data into each
EEPROM device and negative edge clock data out of each device.
SERIAL DATA (SDA): The SDA pin is bidirectional for serial data transfer. This pin is
open-drain driven and may be wire-ORed with any number of other open-drain or opencollector devices.
DEVICE/PAGE ADDRESSES (A2, A1, A0): The A2, A1 and A0 pins are device
address inputs that are hard wired for the AT24C01A and the AT24C02. As many as
eight 1K/2K devices may be addressed on a single bus system (device addressing is
discussed in detail under the Device Addressing section).
The AT24C04 uses the A2 and A1 inputs for hard wire addressing and a total of four 4K
devices may be addressed on a single bus system. The A0 pin is a no connect.
The AT24C08A only uses the A2 input for hardwire addressing and a total of two 8K
devices may be addressed on a single bus system. The A0 and A1 pins are no
connects.
The AT24C16A does not use the device address pins, which limits the number of
devices on a single bus to one. The A0, A1 and A2 pins are no connects.
WRITE PROTECT (WP): The AT24C01A/02/04/08A/16A has a Write Protect pin that
provides hardware data protection. The Write Protect pin allows normal Read/Write
operations when connected to ground (GND). When the Write Protect pin is connected
to VCC, the write protection feature is enabled and operates as shown in Table 2.
Table 2. Write Protect
WP Pin
Status
Memory Organization
Part of the Array Protected
24C01A
24C02
At VCC
Full (1K)
Array
Full (2K)
Array
At GND
Normal Read/Write Operations
24C04
Full (4K)
Array
24C08A
Full (8K)
Array
24C16A
Full (16K)
Array
AT24C01A, 1K SERIAL EEPROM: Internally organized with 16 pages of 8 bytes each,
the 1K requires a 7-bit data word address for random word addressing.
AT24C02, 2K SERIAL EEPROM: Internally organized with 32 pages of 8 bytes each,
the 2K requires an 8-bit data word address for random word addressing.
AT24C04, 4K SERIAL EEPROM: Internally organized with 32 pages of 16 bytes each,
the 4K requires a 9-bit data word address for random word addressing.
AT24C08A, 8K SERIAL EEPROM: Internally organized with 64 pages of 16 bytes each,
the 8K requires a 10-bit data word address for random word addressing.
AT24C16A, 16K SERIAL EEPROM: Internally organized with 128 pages of 16 bytes
each, the 16K requires an 11-bit data word address for random word addressing.
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M74HCU04
HEX INVERTER (SINGLE STAGE)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
HIGH SPEED
tPD = 5 ns (TYP.) AT VCC = 5 V
LOW POWER DISSIPATION
ICC = 1 µA (MAX.) AT TA = 25 °C
HIGH NOISE IMMUNITY
VNIH = VNIL = 10 % VCC (MIN.)
OUTPUT DRIVE CAPABILITY
10 LSTTL LOADS
SYMMETRICAL OUTPUT IMPEDANCE
IOH = IOL = 4 mA (MIN.)
BALANCED PROPAGATION DELAYS
tPLH = tPHL
WIDE OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE
VCC (OPR) = 2 V TO 6 V
PIN AND FUNCTION COMPATIBLE WITH
54/74LS04
B1R
(Plastic Package)
F1R
(Ceramic Package)
M1R
(Micro Package)
C1R
(Chip Carrier)
ORDER CODES :
M54HCU04F1R
M74HCU04M1R
M74HCU04B1R
M74HCU04C1R
PIN CONNECTIONS (top view)
DESCRIPTION
The M54/74HCU04 is a high speed CMOS HEX INVERTER (SINGLE STAGE) fabricated in silicon
2
gate C MOS technology. It has the same high
speed performance of LSTTL combined with true
CMOS low power consumption.
As the intrnal circuit is composed of a single stage
inverter, it can be used in crystal oscillator.
All inputs are equipped with circuits against static
discharge and transient excess voltage.
INPUT AND OUTPUT EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
NC =
No Internal
Connection
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PIN ASSIGNMENT (74HCU04AFN : IC72,76 )
1A 1
14 Vcc
1Y 2
13
6A
2A 3
12
6Y
2Y 4
11
5A
3A 5
10
5Y
3Y 6
9
4A
GND 7
8
4Y
LOGIC SYMBOL
1A
2A
3A
4A
5A
6A
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(9)
(8)
(11)
(10)
(13)
(12)
TRUTH TABLE
A
Y
L
H
H
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4Y
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LOW DROP-OUT AND LOW NOISE
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
RN5RZ SERIES
OUTLINE
IC98
HVIRN5RZ50BA
REGULATOR 5V (SOT-23-5)
RN5RZ
PIN CONFIGURATION
• SOT-23-5
5
4
(mark side)
1
2
3
PIN DESCRIPTION
Pin No.
Symbol
Description
1
GND
Ground Pin
2
VDD
Input Pin
3
VOUT
Output Pin
4
NC
No Connection
5
CE or CE
Chip Enable Pin
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Item
Ratings
Unit
9
V
VIN
Input Voltage
VCE
Input Voltage (CE or CE Pin)
–0.3 to VIN +0.3
V
VOUT
Output Voltage
–0.3 to VIN +0.3
V
IOUT
Output Current
200
mA
Power Dissipation
250
mW
PD
Topt
Operating Temperature
–40 to +85
˚C
Tstg
Storage Temperature
–55 to +125
˚C
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HY57V161610ETP-I
2 Banks x 512K x 16 Bit Synchronous DRAM
DESCRIPTION
THE Hynix HY57V161610E is a 16,777,216-bits CMOS Synchronous DRAM, ideally suited for the main memory and graphic applications which require large memory density and high bandwidth. HY57V161610E is organized as 2banks of 524,288x16.
HY57V161610E is offering fully synchronous operation referenced to a positive edge clock. All inputs and outputs are synchronized
with the rising edge of the clock input. The data paths are internally pipelined to achieve very high bandwidth. All input and output
voltage levels are compatible with LVTTL.
Programmable options include the length of pipeline (Read latency of 1,2 or 3), the number of consecutive read or write cycles initiated by a single control command (Burst length of 1,2,4,8 or full page), and the burst count sequence(sequential or interleave). A
burst of read or write cycles in progress can be terminated by a burst terminate command or can be interrupted and replaced by a
new burst read or write command on any cycle. (This pipeline design is not restricted by a `2N` rule.)
FEATURES
•
Single 3.0V to 3.6V power supply
•
Auto refresh and self refresh
•
All device pins are compatible with LVTTL interface
•
4096 refresh cycles / 64ms
•
JEDEC standard 400mil 50pin TSOP-II with 0.8mm of pin
pitch
•
Programmable Burst Length and Burst Type
•
All inputs and outputs referenced to positive edge of system
clock
•
Data mask function by UDQM/LDQM
•
Internal two banks operation
- 1, 2, 4, 8 and Full Page for Sequence Burst
- 1, 2, 4 and 8 for Interleave Burst
•
Programmable CAS Latency ; 1, 2, 3 Clocks
•
Pb-free Package
ORDERING INFORMATION
Part No.
Clock Frequency
HY57V161610ETP-5I
200MHz
HY57V161610ETP-55I
183MHz
HY57V161610ETP-6I
166MHz
HY57V161610ETP-7I
143MHz
HY57V161610ETP-8I
125MHz
HY57V161610ETP-10I
100MHz
HY57V161610ETP-15I
66MHz
Organization
Interface
Package
2Banks x 512Kbits x 16
LVTTL
400mil
50pin TSOP II
(Pb free)
Note :
1. VDD(min) of HY57V161610ETP-5I/55I is 3.15V
2. Hynix supports lead free part for each speed grade with same specification.
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PIN CONFIGURATION
V DD
DQ0
DQ1
V SSQ
DQ2
DQ3
V DDQ
DQ4
DQ5
V SSQ
DQ6
DQ7
VDDQ
LDQM
/WE
/CAS
/RAS
/CS
A11
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
V DD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
50pin TSOP II
400mil x 825mil
0.8mm pin pitch
V SS
DQ15
DQ14
VSSQ
DQ13
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
DQ12
VDDQ
DQ11
DQ10
VSSQ
DQ9
DQ8
VDDQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN
PIN NAME
DESCRIPTION
CLK
Clock
The system clock input. All other inputs are referenced to the SDRAM on the rising
edge of CLK.
CKE
Clock Enable
Controls internal clock signal and when deactivated, the SDRAM will be one of the
states among power down, suspend or self refresh.
CS
Chip Select
Command input enable or mask except CLK, CKE and DQM
BA
Bank Address
Select either one of banks during both RAS and CAS activity.
A0 ~ A10
Address
Row Address : RA0 ~ RA10, Column Address : CA0 ~ CA7
Auto-precharge flag : A10
RAS, CAS, WE
Row Address Strobe,
Column Address Strobe, Write
Enable
RAS, CAS and WE define the operation.
Refer function truth table for details
LDQM, UDQM
Data Input/Output Mask
DQM control output buffer in read mode and mask input data in write mode
DQ0 ~ DQ15
Data Input/Output
Multiplexed data input / output pin
VDD/VSS
Power Supply/Ground
Power supply for internal circuit and input buffer
VDDQ/VSSQ
Data Output Power/Ground
Power supply for DQ
NC
No Connection
No connection
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
1Mx16 Synchronous DRAM
Row Decoder
Ref. Addr.[0:11]
Address[0:10]
Refresh
Counter
Auto/Self Refresh
Refresh
Interval Timer
Row Addr. Latch/Predecoder
Self Refresh Counter
512Kx16
Bank 0
Sense AMP & I/O gates
Column Decoder
Precharge
CKE
Row Active
Address
Register
CS
RAS
CAS
State Machine
BA(A11)
Column Addr.
Latch & Counter
Column Active
Burst Length
Counter
Overflow
WE
Data Input/Output Buffers
CLK
UDQM
Column Decoder
Sense AMP & I/O gates
Row Addr. Latch/Predecoder
LDQM
Mode Register
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
512Kx16
Bank 1
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COMMAND TRUTH TABLE
Command
A10/
AP
CKEn-1
CKEn
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
DQM
Mode Register Set
H
X
L
L
L
L
X
OP code
H
X
X
X
No Operation
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
Row Address
Bank Active
H
X
L
L
H
H
X
H
X
L
H
L
H
X
Read
Read with Auto precharge
Write
H
X
L
H
L
L
X
Write with Auto precharge
A0~A9
Column
Address
Column
Address
Precharge All Bank
H
X
L
L
H
L
X
H
X
U/LDQM
H
Auto Refresh
H
H
L
L
L
Burst-READ-Single-WRITE
H
X
L
L
Entry
H
L
L
H
Exit
L
H
Self Refresh
H
H
H
L
V
H
L
V
H
H
X
L
V
X
V
X
H
X
X
L
L
X
A9 Pin High
(Other Pins OP code)
L
L
H
X
X
X
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
V
V
V
L
Precharge power
down
V
L
X
X
1
Entry
L
Note
X
Precharge selected Bank
Burst Stop
BA
X
X
Exit
Entry
L
H
H
L
Clock Suspend
Exit
L
X
H
X
X
X
X
Note :
1. Exiting Self Refresh occurs by asynchronously bringing CKE from low to high.
2. X=Do not care, L=Low, H=High, BA=Bank Address, RA= Row Address, CA=Column Address, Opcode=Operand Code,
NOP=No Operation.
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HY57V161610E
2 Banks x 512K x 16 Bit Synchronous DRAM
DESCRIPTION
THE Hynix HY57V161610E is a 16,777,216-bits CMOS Synchronous DRAM, ideally suited for the main memory and graphic applications which require large memory density and high bandwidth. HY57V161610E is organized as 2banks of 524,288x16.
HY57V161610E is offering fully synchronous operation referenced to a positive edge clock. All inputs and outputs are synchronized
with the rising edge of the clock input. The data paths are internally pipelined to achieve very high bandwidth. All input and output
voltage levels are compatible with LVTTL.
Programmable options include the length of pipeline (Read latency of 1,2 or 3), the number of consecutive read or write cycles initiated by a single control command (Burst length of 1,2,4,8 or full page), and the burst count sequence(sequential or interleave). A
burst of read or write cycles in progress can be terminated by a burst terminate command or can be interrupted and replaced by a
new burst read or write command on any cycle. (This pipeline design is not restricted by a `2N` rule.)
FEATURES
•
Single 3.0V to 3.6V power supply
•
Auto refresh and self refresh
•
All device pins are compatible with LVTTL interface
•
4096 refresh cycles / 64ms
•
JEDEC standard 400mil 50pin TSOP-II with 0.8mm of pin
pitch
•
Programmable Burst Length and Burst Type
•
All inputs and outputs referenced to positive edge of system
clock
•
Data mask function by UDQM/LDQM
•
Internal two banks operation
- 1, 2, 4, 8 and Full Page for Sequence Burst
- 1, 2, 4 and 8 for Interleave Burst
•
Programmable CAS Latency ; 1, 2, 3 Clocks
ORDERING INFORMATION
Part No.
Clock Frequency
HY57V161610ET-5
200MHz
HY57V161610ET-55
183MHz
HY57V161610ET-6
166MHz
HY57V161610ET-7
143MHz
HY57V161610ET-8
125MHz
HY57V161610ET-10
100MHz
HY57V161610ET-15
66MHz
Organization
Interface
Package
2Banks x 512Kbits x 16
LVTTL
400mil
50pin TSOP II
Note :
1. VDD(min) of HY57V161610ET-5/55 is 3.15V
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PIN CONFIGURATION
V DD
DQ0
DQ1
V SSQ
DQ2
DQ3
V DDQ
DQ4
DQ5
V SSQ
DQ6
DQ7
VDDQ
LDQM
/WE
/CAS
/RAS
/CS
A11
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
V DD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
50pin TSOP II
400mil x 825mil
0.8mm pin pitch
V SS
DQ15
DQ14
VSSQ
DQ13
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
DQ12
VDDQ
DQ11
DQ10
VSSQ
DQ9
DQ8
VDDQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN
PIN NAME
DESCRIPTION
CLK
Clock
The system clock input. All other inputs are referenced to the SDRAM on the rising
edge of CLK.
CKE
Clock Enable
Controls internal clock signal and when deactivated, the SDRAM will be one of the
states among power down, suspend or self refresh.
CS
Chip Select
Command input enable or mask except CLK, CKE and DQM
BA
Bank Address
Select either one of banks during both RAS and CAS activity.
A0 ~ A10
Address
Row Address : RA0 ~ RA10, Column Address : CA0 ~ CA7
Auto-precharge flag : A10
RAS, CAS, WE
Row Address Strobe,
Column Address Strobe, Write
Enable
RAS, CAS and WE define the operation.
Refer function truth table for details
LDQM, UDQM
Data Input/Output Mask
DQM control output buffer in read mode and mask input data in write mode
DQ0 ~ DQ15
Data Input/Output
Multiplexed data input / output pin
VDD/VSS
Power Supply/Ground
Power supply for internal circuit and input buffer
VDDQ/VSSQ
Data Output Power/Ground
Power supply for DQ
NC
No Connection
No connection
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
1Mx16 Synchronous DRAM
Row Decoder
Ref. Addr.[0:11]
Address[0:10]
Refresh
Counter
Auto/Self Refresh
Refresh
Interval Timer
Row Addr. Latch/Predecoder
Self Refresh Counter
512Kx16
Bank 0
Sense AMP & I/O gates
Column Decoder
Precharge
CKE
Row Active
Address
Register
CS
RAS
CAS
State Machine
BA(A11)
Column Addr.
Latch & Counter
Column Active
Burst Length
Counter
Overflow
WE
Data Input/Output Buffers
CLK
UDQM
Column Decoder
Sense AMP & I/O gates
Row Addr. Latch/Predecoder
LDQM
Mode Register
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
512Kx16
Bank 1
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COMMAND TRUTH TABLE
Command
CKEn
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
DQM
Mode Register Set
H
X
L
L
L
L
X
OP code
H
X
X
X
No Operation
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
Row Address
Bank Active
H
X
L
L
H
H
X
H
X
L
H
L
H
X
Read
Read with Auto precharge
Write
H
X
L
H
L
L
X
Write with Auto precharge
A0~A9
A10/
AP
CKEn-1
Column
Address
Column
Address
Precharge All Bank
H
X
L
L
H
L
X
Precharge selected Bank
Burst Stop
H
X
U/LDQM
H
Auto Refresh
H
H
L
L
L
Burst-READ-Single-WRITE
H
X
L
L
Entry
H
L
L
H
Exit
L
H
Self Refresh
H
H
H
L
V
V
H
L
V
H
H
X
L
V
X
X
V
X
H
X
X
L
L
X
A9 Pin High
(Other Pins OP code)
L
L
H
X
X
X
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
H
X
X
X
L
V
V
V
L
Precharge power
down
Note
L
X
X
1
Entry
L
BA
X
X
Exit
Entry
L
H
H
L
Clock Suspend
Exit
L
X
H
X
X
X
X
Note :
1. Exiting Self Refresh occurs by asynchronously bringing CKE from low to high.
2. X=Do not care, L=Low, H=High, BA=Bank Address, RA= Row Address, CA=Column Address, Opcode=Operand Code,
NOP=No Operation.
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HCF4053B
TRIPLE 2-CHANNEL
ANALOG MULTIPLEXER/DEMULTIPLEXER
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
LOW "ON" RESISTANCE : 125Ω (Typ.)
OVER 15V p.p SIGNAL-INPUT RANGE FOR
VDD - VEE = 15V
HIGH "OFF" RESISTANCE : CHANNEL
LEAKAGE ± 100pA (Typ.) at VDD - VEE = 18V
BINARY ADDRESS DECODING ON CHIP
HIGH DEGREE OF LINEARITY : < 0.5%
DISTORTION TYP. at fIS = 1KHz, VIS = 5 Vpp,
VDD - VSS > 10V, RL = 10KΩ
VERY LOW QUIESCENT POWER
DISSIPATION UNDER ALL DIGITAL
CONTROL INPUT AND SUPPLY
CONDITIONS : 0.2 µW (Typ.)
at VDD - VSS = VDD - VEE =10V
MATCHED SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS :
RON = 5Ω (Typ.) FOR VDD - VEE = 15V
WIDE RANGE OF DIGITAL AND ANALOG
SIGNAL LEVELS : DIGITAL 3 to 20,
ANALOG TO 20V p.p.
QUIESCENT CURRENT SPECIF. UP TO 20V
5V, 10V AND 15V PARAMETRIC RATINGS
INPUT LEAKAGE CURRENT
II = 100nA (MAX) AT VDD = 18V TA = 25°C
100% TESTED FOR QUIESCENT CURRENT
MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF JEDEC
JESD13B " STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
FOR DESCRIPTION OF B SERIES CMOS
DEVICES"
DESCRIPTION
The HCF4053B is a monolithic integrated circuit
fabricated in Metal Oxide Semiconductor
DIP
SOP
ORDER CODES
PACKAGE
TUBE
T&R
DIP
SOP
HCF4053BEY
HCF4053BM1
HCF4053M013TR
technology available in DIP and SOP packages.
The HCF4053B analog multiplexer/demultiplexer
is a digitally controlled analog switch having low
ON impedance and very low OFF leakage current.
This multiplexer circuit dissipate extremely low
quiescent power over the full VDD - VSS and VDD VEE supply voltage range, independent of the
logic state of the control signals.
When a logic "1" is present at the inhibit input
terminal all channel are off. This device is a triple
2-channel multiplexer having three separate
digital control inputs, A, B, and C, and an inhibit
input. Each control input selects one of a pair of
channels which are connected in a single pole
double-throw configuration.
PIN CONNECTION
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INPUT EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN No
SYMBOL
11, 10, 9
6
12, 13, 2, 1,
5, 3
14
15
4
A, B, C
INH
IN/OUT
NAME AND FUNCTION
Binary Control Inputs
Inhibit Inputs
ax,ay,bx,by,cx,cy Input/
Output
ax or ay
bx or by
cx or cy
7
OUT/IN
OUT/IN
OUT/IN
VEE
8
VSS
Negative Supply Voltage
16
VDD
Positive Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage
TRUTH TABLE
INHIBIT
C or B or A
0
0
1
0
1
X
X : Don’t Care
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5-INPUT 3-OUTPUT VIDEO SWITCH
■ GENERAL DESCRIPTION
■ PACKAGE OUTLINE
The NJM2595 is a 5-input 3-output video switch. Its switches
select one from five signals received from VTR,TV,DVD,
TV-GAME and others.
The NJM2595 is designed for audio items, such as AV amplifier
and others.
NJM2595D NJM2595M
■ FEATURES
● 5-input 3-output
● Operating Voltage
±4.0 to ±6.5V
● Operating current
±15mAtyp. at Vcc=±5V
● Crosstalk
-65dBtyp.
● Internal 6dB Amplifier
● Internal 75Ω Driver
● Bipolar Technology
● Package Outline
DIP16,DMP16
■ PIN CONFIGURATION and BLOCK DIAGRAM
+
V
SW1 SW5
SW2
16
10
14
2
Vin1 13
Vin2
S5
S1
9
20k
Vin3
7
Vin4
5
Vin5
3
20k
75Ω
Driver
1
Vout1
6dB
Amp
75Ω
Driver
15
Vout2
6dB
Amp
75Ω
Driver
11
Vout3
20k
S2
20k
6dB
Amp
S6
S4
S3
20k
20k
S7
20k
4
SW3
6
SW4
12
GND
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■ EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
PIN No.
PIN NAME
16
V+
INSIDE EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
VOLTAGE
5V
8
V-
-5V
12
GND
-
13
9
7
5
3
Vin1
Vin2
Vin3
Vin4
Vin5
Vcc
Vin
0V
260
20k
Gnd
Vee
1
15
11
Vout1
Vout2
Vout3
Vcc
2.1k
Vout
0V
Vee
4
6
2
SW3
SW4
SW5
Vcc
20k
SW
16k
-
8k
Gnd
4k
Vee
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■ EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
PIN No.
PIN NAME
14
10
SW1
SW2
INSIDE EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
VOLTAGE
Vcc
20k
SW
32k
-
16k
4k
Gnd
Vee
■ TEST CIRCUIT
V + Vout2.2 Vout2.1
Vout3.2
V CL
75Ω
V CH
75Ω
0.1µF
Vout3.1
V CL
75Ω
V CH
75Ω
Vin2
Vin1
+
SW1
75Ω
100µF
10µF
+
Vin1
GND
Vout3
SW2
Vin2
Vin4
SW4
Vin3
V-
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+
SW5
+
10µF
Vin5
SW3
+
10µF
Vin4
SW4
10µF
9
SW3
10
SW1
11
Vin5
12
Vout2
13
SW5
14
V+
15
75Ω
10µF
0.1µF
Vin3
+
75Ω
V CL
Vout1.2
+
Vout1
16
SW2
75Ω
V CH
75Ω
V CL
V CH
75Ω
V CL
Vout1.1
75Ω
V CH
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IC , RESET
PIN CONFIGURATION
• TO-92
• SOT-89
• SOT-23-5
5
(mark side)
(mark side)
1
1
2
2
4
(mark side)
3
1
2
3
3
PIN DESCRIPTION
• TO-92
• SOT-89
• SOT-23-5
Pin No
Symbol
Pin No
Symbol
Pin No
Symbol
1
OUT
1
OUT
1
OUT
2
VDD
2
VDD
2
VDD
3
GND
3
GND
3
GND
4
NC
5
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M29W800DT
M29W800DB
8 Mbit (1Mb x8 or 512Kb x16, Boot Block)
3V Supply Flash Memory
FEATURES SUMMARY
■ SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Figure 1. Packages
– VCC = 2.7V to 3.6V for Program, Erase and
Read
■
ACCESS TIME: 70, 90ns
■
PROGRAMMING TIME
– 10µs per Byte/Word typical
■
19 MEMORY BLOCKS
– 1 Boot Block (Top or Bottom Location)
SO44 (M)
– 2 Parameter and 16 Main Blocks
■
PROGRAM/ERASE CONTROLLER
– Embedded Byte/Word Program algorithms
■
ERASE SUSPEND and RESUME MODES
– Read and Program another Block during
Erase Suspend
■
UNLOCK BYPASS PROGRAM COMMAND
TSOP48 (N)
12 x 20mm
– Faster Production/Batch Programming
■
TEMPORARY BLOCK UNPROTECTION
MODE
■
COMMON FLASH INTERFACE
TFBGA48 (ZA)
8 x 6 ball array
– 64 bit Security Code
■
FBGA
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
– Standby and Automatic Standby
■
100,000 PROGRAM/ERASE CYCLES per
BLOCK
■
ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE
– Manufacturer Code: 0020h
– Top Device Code M29W800DT: 22D7h
– Bottom Device Code M29W800DB: 225Bh
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Figure 3. SO Connections
RB
A18
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
E
VSS
G
DQ0
DQ8
DQ1
DQ9
DQ2
DQ10
DQ3
DQ11
Figure 4. TSOP Connections
44
1
43
2
3
42
4
41
40
5
39
6
38
7
37
8
36
9
35
10
11 M29W800DT 34
12 M29W800DB 33
32
13
31
14
30
15
29
16
17
28
18
27
19
26
20
25
21
24
22
23
AI05462
RP
W
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
BYTE
VSS
DQ15A–1
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VCC
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
NC
NC
W
RP
NC
NC
RB
A18
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
1
48
12 M29W800DT 37
13 M29W800DB 36
24
25
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BYTE
VSS
DQ15A–1
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VCC
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
G
VSS
E
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74LCX74
LOW VOLTAGE CMOS DUAL D-TYPE FLIP FLOP
WITH 5V TOLERANT INPUTS
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
5V TOLERANT INPUTS
HIGH SPEED :
fMAX = 150 MHz (MAX.) at VCC = 3V
POWER DOWN PROTECTION ON INPUTS
AND OUTPUTS
SYMMETRICAL OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
|IOH| = IOL = 24mA (MIN) at VCC = 3V
PCI BUS LEVELS GUARANTEED AT 24 mA
BALANCED PROPAGATION DELAYS:
tPLH ≅ tPHL
OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE:
VCC(OPR) = 2.0V to 3.6V (1.5V Data
Retention)
PIN AND FUNCTION COMPATIBLE WITH
74 SERIES 74
LATCH-UP PERFORMANCE EXCEEDS
500mA (JESD 17)
ESD PERFORMANCE:
HBM > 2000V (MIL STD 883 method 3015);
MM > 200V
DESCRIPTION
The 74LCX74 is a low voltage CMOS DUAL
D-TYPE FLIP FLOP WITH PRESET AND CLEAR
NON INVERTING fabricated with sub-micron
silicon gate and double-layer metal wiring C2MOS
technology. It is ideal for low power and high
speed 3.3V applications; it can be interfaced to 5V
signal environment for inputs.
SOP
TSSOP
ORDER CODES
PACKAGE
TUBE
T&R
SOP
TSSOP
74LCX74M
74LCX74MTR
74LCX74TTR
A signal on the D INPUT is transferred to the Q
OUTPUT during the positive going transition of the
clock pulse.
CLR and PR are independent of the clock and
accomplished by a low setting on the appropriate
input.
It has same speed performance at 3.3V than 5V
AC/ACT family, combined with a lower power
consumption.
All inputs and outputs are equipped with
protection circuits against static discharge, giving
them 2KV ESD immunity and transient excess
voltage.
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INPUT AND OUTPUT EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN No
SYMBOL
1, 13
2, 12
3, 11
4, 10
5, 9
6, 8
7
14
1CLR, 2CLR
1D, 2D
1CK, 2CK
1PR, 2PR
1Q, 2Q
1Q, 2Q
GND
VCC
NAME AND FUNCTION
Asynchronous Reset - Direct Input
Data Inputs
Clock Input (LOW to HIGH, Edge Triggered)
Asynchronous Set - Direct Input
True Flip-Flop Outputs
Complement Flip-Flop Outputs
Ground (0V)
Positive Supply Voltage
TRUTH TABLE
INPUTS
OUTPUTS
FUNCTION
CLR
PR
D
CK
Q
Q
L
H
L
H
L
L
X
X
X
X
X
X
L
H
H
H
L
H
H
H
L
L
H
H
H
H
H
L
H
H
X
Qn
Qn
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Multiformat 11-Bit
HDTV Video Encoder
ADV7322
Preliminary Technical Data
FEATURES
GENERAL FEATURES
High definition input formats
16-, 24-bit (4:2:2, 4:4:4) parallel YCrCb
Fully compliant with
SMPTE 274M (1080i, 1080p @ 74.25 MHz)
SMPTE 296M (720p)
SMPTE 240M (1035i)
RGB in 3- × 8-bit 4:4:4 input format
HDTV RGB supported
RGB, RGBHV
Other high definition formats using async
timing mode
Enhanced definition input formats
8-, 16-, 24-bit (4:2:2, 4:4:4) parallel YCrCb
SMPTE 293M (525p)
BTA T-1004 EDTV2 (525p)
ITU-R BT.1358 (625p/525p)
ITU-R BT.1362 (625p/525p)
RGB in 3- × 8-bit 4:4:4 input format
Standard definition input formats
CCIR-656 4:2:2 8-bit or 16-bit parallel input
High definition output formats
YPrPb HDTV (EIA 770.3)
RGB, RGBHV
CGMS-A (720p/1080i)
Enhanced definition output formats
Macrovision Rev 1.2 (525p/625p)
CGMS-A (525p/625p)
YPrPb progressive scan (EIA-770.1, EIA-770.2)
RGB, RGBHV
Standard definition output formats
Composite NTSC M/N
Composite PAL M/N/B/D/G/H/I, PAL-60
SMPTE 170M NTSC-compatible composite video
ITU-R BT.470 PAL-compatible composite video
S-video (Y/C)
EuroScart RGB
Component YPrPb (Betacam, MII, SMPTE/EBU N10)
Macrovision Rev 7.1.L1
CGMS/WSS
Closed captioning
Simultaneous SD/HD, PS/SD inputs and outputs
Oversampling up to 216 MHz
Programmable DAC gain control
Sync outputs in all modes
On-board voltage reference
Six 11-bit precision video DACs
2-wire serial I2C® interface, open-drain configuration
Dual I/O supply 2.5 V/3.3 V operation
Analog and digital supply 2.5 V
On-board PLL
64-lead LQFP package
Lead (Pb)-free product
APPLICATIONS
EVD players (enhanced versatile disk)
SD/PS DVD recorders/players
SD/progressive scan/HDTV display devices
SD/HDTV set top boxes
STANDARD DEFINITION
CONTROL BLOCK
Y7–Y0
C7–C0
S7–S0
D
E
M
U
X
PROGRAMMABLE
RGB MATRIX
HIGH DEFINITION
CONTROL BLOCK
HD TEST PATTERN
HSYNC
VSYNC
BLANK
CLKIN_A
CLKIN_B
TIMING
GENERATOR
COLOR CONTROL
ADAPTIVE FILTER CTRL
SHARPNESS FILTER
ADV7322
11-BIT
DAC
O
V
E
R
S
A
M
P
L
I
N
G
11-BIT
DAC
11-BIT
DAC
11-BIT
DAC
11-BIT
DAC
11-BIT
DAC
I2C
INTERFACE
PLL
05067-001
COLOR CONTROL
BRIGHTNESS
DNR
GAMMA
PROGRAMMABLE
FILTERS
SD TEST PATTERN
Figure 1. Simplified Functional Block Diagram
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ADV®7322 is a high speed, digital-to-analog encoder on a
single monolithic chip. It includes six high speed video DACs
with TTL compatible inputs. It has separate 8-, 16-, 24-bit input
ports that accept data in high definition and/or standard
definition video format. For all standards, external horizontal,
vertical, and blanking signals or EAV/SAV timing codes control
the insertion of appropriate synchronization signals into the
digital data stream and therefore the output signal.
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Preliminary Technical Data
Table 1. Standards Directly Supported1
DETAILED FEATURES
High definition programmable features (720p/1080i/1035i)
2× oversampling (148.5 MHz)
Internal test pattern generator
Color hatch, black bar, flat field/frame
Fully programmable YCrCb to RGB matrix
Gamma correction
Programmable adaptive filter control
Programmable sharpness filter control
CGMS-A (720p/1080i)
Enhanced definition programmable features (525p/625p)
8× oversampling (216 MHz output)
Internal test pattern generator
Color hatch, black bar, flat frame
Individual Y and PrPb output delay
Gamma correction
Programmable adaptive filter control
Fully programmable YCrCb to RGB matrix
Undershoot limiter
Macrovision Rev 1.2 (525p/625p)
CGMS-A (525p/625p)
Standard definition programmable features
16× oversampling (216 MHz)
Internal test pattern generator
Color bars, black bar
Controlled edge rates for start and end of active video
Individual Y and PrPb output delay
Undershoot limiter
Gamma correction
Digital noise reduction (DNR)
Multiple chroma and luma filters
Luma-SSAF™ filter with programmable gain/attenuation
PrPb SSAF™
Separate pedestal control on component and
composite/S-video output
VCR FF/RW sync mode
Macrovision Rev 7.1.L1
CGMS/WSS
Closed captioning
Resolution
720 × 480
720 × 576
720 × 480
Interlace/
Prog.
I
I
I
Frame
Rate (Hz)
29.97
25
29.97
CLK
Input
(MHz)
27
27
24.54
720 × 576
I
25
29.5
720 × 483
P
59.94
27
720 × 483
720 × 483
P
P
59.94
59.94
27
27
720 × 576
P
50
27
720 × 483
P
59.94
27
720 × 576
P
50
27
1920 × 1035
I
1280 × 720
P
30
29.97
60, 50, 30,
25, 24,
23.97,
59.94,
29.97
30, 25
29.97
30, 25, 24
23.98,
29.97,
74.25
74.1758
74.25,
1920 × 1080
I
1920 × 1080
P
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296M
74.1758
74.25
74.1758
74.25
74.1758
Other standards are supported in async timing mode.
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Standard
ITU-R BT.656
ITU-R BT.656
NTSC
Square Pixel
PAL Square
Pixel
SMPTE
293M
BTA T-1004
ITU-R
BT.1358
ITU-R
BT.1358
ITU-R
BT.1362
ITU-R
BT.1362
SMPTE
240M
SMPTE
274M
SMPTE
274M
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HD PIXEL
INPUT
CLKIN_B
Y
DEINTER- CR
LEAVE
CB
TEST
PATTERN
ADV7322
SHARPNESS
AND
ADAPTIVE
FILTER
CONTROL
Y COLOR
CR COLOR
CB COLOR
4:2:2
TO
4:4:4
PS 8×
HDTV 2×
DAC
DAC
TIMING
GENERATOR
S_HSYNC
S_VSYNC
S_BLANK
CLKIN_A
SD PIXEL
INPUT
CLOCK
CONTROL
AND PLL
DAC
U
V
TIMING
GENERATOR
UV SSAF
RGB
MATRIX
DAC
SD 16×
CB
DEINTER- CR
LEAVE
Y
TEST
PATTERN
DNR
GAMMA
COLOR
CONTROL
LUMA
AND
CHROMA
FILTERS
SYNC
INSERTION
2× OVERSAMPLING
FSC
MODULATION
CGMS
WSS
DAC
DAC
05067-002
P_HSYNC
P_VSYNC
P_BLANK
Figure 2. Detailed Functional Block Diagram
TERMINOLOGY
SD: standard definition video, conforming to
ITU-R BT.601/ITU-R BT.656.
HDTV: high definition television video, conforming to SMPTE
274M, or SMPTE 296M and SMPTE240M.
HD: high definition video, i.e., 720p/1080i/1035i.
YCrCb SD, PS, or HD component: digital video.
EDTV: enhanced definition television (525p/625p)
YPrPb SD, PS, or HD component: analog video.
PS: progressive scan video, conforming to SMPTE 293M,
ITU-R BT.1358, BTAT-1004EDTV2, or ITU-R BT.13621362.
ADV7322
Preliminary Technical Data
64 63 62 61 60 59 58
S_VSYNC
S_HSYNC
TEST4
TEST5
S0
S1
S2
VDD
48
S_BLANK
47
RSET1
3
46
VREF
Y0
4
45
COMP1
Y1
5
44
DAC A
Y2
6
43
DAC B
Y3
7
42
DAC C
Y4
8
41
VAA
Y5
9
40
AGND
VDD 10
39
DAC D
DGND 11
38
DAC E
Y6 12
37
DAC F
Y7 13
36
COMP2
TEST2 14
35
RSET2
TEST3 15
34
EXT_LF
C0 16
33
RESET
ADV7322
TOP VIEW
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CLKIN_A
RTC_SCR_TR
C7
C6
C5
C4
C3
P_BLANK
P_VSYNC
P_HSYNC
SCLK
SDA
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
ALSB
TEST1
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
PIN 1
I2 C
2
C2
1
C1
VDD_IO
TEST0
DGND
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
CLKIN_B
GND_IO
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ADV7322
Table 6. Pin Function Descriptions
Mnemonic
DGND
AGND
CLKIN_A
CLKIN_B
Input/Output
G
G
I
I
COMP1,
COMP2
DAC A
DAC B
DAC C
DAC D
O
O
O
O
O
DAC E
O
DAC F
O
P_HSYNC
P_VSYNC
P_BLANK
S_BLANK
S_HSYNC
S_VSYNC
Y7 to Y0
I
I
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
C7 to C0
I
S7 to S0
RESET
I
I
RSET1, RSET2
I
SCLK
SDA
ALSB
I
I/O
I
VDD_IO
VDD
VAA
VREF
EXT_LF
RTC_SCR_TR
I2C
GND_IO
TEST0 to
TEST5
P
P
P
I/O
I
I
I
I
Function
Digital Ground.
Analog Ground.
Pixel Clock Input for HD (74.25 MHz Only, PS Only (27 MHz), SD Only (27 MHz).
Pixel Clock Input. Requires a 27 MHz reference clock for progressive scan mode or a 74.25 MHz (74.1758
MHz) reference clock in HDTV mode. This clock is only used in dual modes.
Compensation Pin for DACs. Connect 0.1 µF capacitor from COMP pin to VAA.
CVBS/Green/Y/Y Analog Output.
Chroma/Blue/U/Pb Analog Output.
Luma/Red/V/Pr Analog Output.
In SD Only Mode: CVBS/Green/Y Analog Output; in HD Only Mode and Simultaneous HD/SD Mode:
Y/Green [HD] Analog Output.
In SD Only Mode: Luma/Blue/U Analog Output; in HD Only Mode and Simultaneous HD/SD Mode: Pr/Red
Analog Output.
In SD Only Mode: Chroma/Red/V Analog Output; in HD Only Mode and Simultaneous HD/SD Mode:
Pb/Blue [HD] Analog Output.
Video Horizontal Sync Control Signal for HD in Simultaneous SD/HD Mode and HD Only Mode.
Video Vertical Sync Control Signal for HD in Simultaneous SD/HD Mode and HD Only Mode.
Video Blanking Control Signal for HD in Simultaneous SD/HD Mode and HD Only Mode.
Video Blanking Control Signal for SD Only.
Video Horizontal Sync Control Signal for SD Only.
Video Vertical Sync Control Signal for SD Only.
SD or Progressive Scan/HDTV Input Port for Y Data. Input port for interleaved progressive scan data. The
LSB is set up on Pin Y0.
Progressive Scan/HDTV Input Port 4:4:4 Input Mode. This port is used for the Cb [Blue/U] data. The LSB is
set up on Pin C0.
SD or Progressive Scan/HDTV Input Port for Cr [Red/V] data in 4:4:4 input mode. LSB is set up on Pin S0.
This input resets the on-chip timing generator and sets the ADV7322 into default register setting. RESET is
an active low signal.
A 3040 Ω resistor must be connected from this pin to AGND and is used to control the amplitudes of the
DAC outputs.
I2C Port Serial Interface Clock Input.
I2C Port Serial Data Input/Output.
TTL Address Input. This signal sets up the LSB of the I2C address. When this pin is tied low, the I2C filter is
activated, which reduces noise on the I2C interface.
Power Supply for Digital Inputs and Outputs.
Digital Power Supply.
Analog Power Supply.
Optional External Voltage Reference Input for DACs or Voltage Reference Output (1.235 V).
External Loop Filter for the Internal PLL.
Multifunctional Input. Real time control (RTC) input, timing reset input, subcarrier reset input.
This input pin must be tied high (VDD_IO) for the ADV7322 to interface over the I2C port.
Digital Input/Output Ground.
Not used. Tie to DGND
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74VHC08
QUAD 2-INPUT AND GATE
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
HIGH SPEED: tPD = 4.3 ns (TYP.) at VCC = 5V
LOW POWER DISSIPATION:
ICC = 2 µA (MAX.) at TA=25°C
HIGH NOISE IMMUNITY:
VNIH = V NIL = 28% VCC (MIN.)
POWER DOWN PROTECTION ON INPUTS
SYMMETRICAL OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
|IOH| = IOL = 8mA (MIN)
BALANCED PROPAGATION DELAYS:
tPLH ≅ tPHL
OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE:
VCC(OPR) = 2V to 5.5V
PIN AND FUNCTION COMPATIBLE WITH
74 SERIES 08
IMPROVED LATCH-UP IMMUNITY
LOW NOISE: VOLP = 0.8V (MAX.)
DESCRIPTION
The 74VHC08 is an advanced high-speed CMOS
QUAD 2-INPUT AND GATE fabricated with
sub-micron silicon gate and double-layer metal
wiring C2MOS technology.
The internal circuit is composed of 2 stages
including buffer output, which provides high noise
immunity and stable output.
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TSSOP
74VHC08M
74VHC08MTR
74VHC08TTR
Power down protection is provided on all inputs
and 0 to 7V can be accepted on inputs with no
regard to the supply voltage. This device can be
used to interface 5V to 3V.
All inputs and outputs are equipped with
protection circuits against static discharge, giving
them 2KV ESD immunity and transient excess
voltage.
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INPUT EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN No
SYMBOL
1, 4, 9, 12
2, 5, 10, 13
3, 6, 8, 11
7
1A to 4A
1B to 4B
1Y to 4Y
GND
VCC
14
NAME AND FUNCTION
Data Inputs
Data Inputs
Data Outputs
Ground (0V)
Positive Supply Voltage
TRUTH TABLE
A
B
Y
L
L
H
H
L
H
L
H
L
L
L
H
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Value
Unit
Supply Voltage
-0.5 to +7.0
V
VI
DC Input Voltage
-0.5 to +7.0
V
VO
DC Output Voltage
IIK
DC Input Diode Current
-0.5 to VCC + 0.5
- 20
mA
IOK
DC Output Diode Current
± 20
mA
IO
DC Output Current
± 25
mA
VCC
Parameter
ICC or IGND DC VCC or Ground Current
Tstg
Storage Temperature
TL
Lead Temperature (10 sec)
V
± 50
mA
-65 to +150
°C
300
°C
Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to the device may occur. Functional operation under these conditions is
not implied
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Symbol
VCC
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Value
Unit
2 to 5.5
V
VI
Input Voltage
0 to 5.5
V
VO
Output Voltage
0 to VCC
V
Top
Operating Temperature
-55 to 125
°C
0 to 100
0 to 20
ns/V
dt/dv
Input Rise and Fall Time (note 1) (VCC = 3.3 ± 0.3V)
(VCC = 5.0 ± 0.5V)
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AK4384
106dB 192kHz 24-Bit 2ch ∆Σ DAC
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AK4384 offers the perfect mix for cost and performance based audio systems. Using AKM's multi bit
architecture for its modulator the AK4384 delivers a wide dynamic range while preserving linearity for
improved THD+N performance. The AK4384 integrates a combination of SCF and CTF filters increasing
performance for systems with excessive clock jitter. The 24 Bit word length and 192kHz sampling rate
make this part ideal for a wide range of applications including DVD-Audio. The AK4384 is offered in a
space saving 16pin TSSOP package.
FEATURES
o Sampling Rate Ranging from 8kHz to 192kHz
o 128 times Oversampling (Normal Speed Mode)
o 64 times Oversampling (Double Speed Mode)
o 32 times Oversampling (Quad Speed Mode)
o 24-Bit 8 times FIR Digital Filter
o SCF with High Tolerance to Clock Jitter
o 2nd order Analog LPF
o Single Ended Output Buffer
o Digital de-emphasis for 32k, 44.1k and 48kHz sampling
o Soft mute
o Digital Attenuator (Linear 256 steps)
o I/F format: 24-Bit MSB justified, 24/20/16-Bit LSB justified or I2S
o Master clock: 256fs, 384fs, 512fs, 768fs or 1152fs (Normal Speed Mode)
128fs, 192fs, 256fs or 384fs (Double Speed Mode)
128fs, 192fs (Quad Speed Mode)
o THD+N: -94dB
o Dynamic Range: 106dB
o Power supply: 4.5 to 5.5V
o Very Small Package: 16pin TSSOP (6.4mm x 5.0mm)
MCLK
P/S
VDD
SMUTE/CSN
ACKS/CCLK
DIF0/CDTI
De-emphasis
Control
µP
Interface
VSS
Clock
Divider
VCOM
DZFL
DZFR
LRCK
BICK
SDTI
Audio
Data
Interface
ATT
8X
Interpolator
∆Σ
Modulator
SCF
LPF
AOUTL
ATT
8X
Interpolator
∆Σ
Modulator
SCF
LPF
AOUTR
PDN
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[AK4384]
n Ordering Guide
-40 ∼ +85°C
16pin TSSOP (0.65mm pitch)
Evaluation Board for AK4384
AK4384VT
AKD4384
n Pin Layout
MCLK
1
16
DZFL
BICK
2
15
DZFR
SDTI
3
14
VDD
LRCK
4
13
VSS
PDN
5
12
VCOM
SMUTE/CSN
6
11
AOUTL
ACKS/CCLK
7
10
AOUTR
DIF0/CDTI
8
9
P/S
Top
View
PIN/FUNCTION
No.
1
Pin Name
MCLK
I/O
I
2
3
4
5
BICK
SDTI
LRCK
PDN
I
I
I
I
6
SMUTE
I
7
CSN
ACKS
I
I
CCLK
DIF0
CDTI
P/S
I
I
I
I
8
9
Function
Master Clock Input Pin
An external TTL clock should be input on this pin.
Audio Serial Data Clock Pin
Audio Serial Data Input Pin
L/R Clock Pin
Power-Down Mode Pin
When at “L”, the AK4384 is in the power-down mode and is held in reset. The
AK4384 should always be reset upon power-up.
Soft Mute Pin in parallel mode
“H”: Enable, “L”: Disable
Chip Select Pin in serial mode
Auto Setting Mode Pin in parallel mode
“L”: Manual Setting Mode, “H”: Auto Setting Mode
Control Data Clock Pin in serial mode
Audio Data Interface Format Pin in parallel mode
Control Data Input Pin in serial mode
Parallel/Serial Select Pin
(Internal pull-up pin)
“L”: Serial control mode, “H”: Parallel control mode
10
AOUTR
O
Rch Analog Output Pin
11
AOUTL
O
Lch Analog Output Pin
12
VCOM
O
Common Voltage Pin, VDD/2
Normally connected to VSS with a 0.1µF ceramic capacitor in parallel with a
10µF electrolytic cap.
13
VSS
Ground Pin
14
VDD
Power Supply Pin
15
DZFR
O
Rch Data Zero Input Detect Pin
16
DZFL
O
Lch Data Zero Input Detect Pin
Note: All input pins except pull-up pin should not be left floating.
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74LCX32
LOW VOLTAGE CMOS QUAD 2-INPUT OR GATE
WITH 5V TOLERANT INPUTS
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
5V TOLERANT INPUTS
HIGH SPEED:
tPD = 5.2ns (MAX.) at VCC = 3V
POWER DOWN PROTECTION ON INPUTS
AND OUTPUTS
SYMMETRICAL OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
|IOH| = IOL = 24mA (MIN) at VCC = 3V
PCI BUS LEVELS GUARANTEED AT 24 mA
BALANCED PROPAGATION DELAYS:
tPLH ≅ tPHL
OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE:
VCC(OPR) = 2.0V to 3.6V (1.5V Data
Retention)
PIN AND FUNCTION COMPATIBLE WITH
74 SERIES 32
LATCH-UP PERFORMANCE EXCEEDS
500mA (JESD 17)
ESD PERFORMANCE:
HBM > 2000V (MIL STD 883 method 3015);
MM > 200V
DESCRIPTION
The 74LCX32 is a low voltage CMOS QUAD
2-INPUT OR GATE fabricated with sub-micron
silicon gate and double-layer metal wiring C2MOS
SOP
TSSOP
Table 1: Order Codes
PACKAGE
T&R
SOP
TSSOP
74LCX32MTR
74LCX32TTR
technology. It is ideal for low power and high
speed 3.3V applications; it can be interfaced to 5V
signal environment for inputs.
It has same speed performance at 3.3V than 5V
AC/ACT family, combined with a lower power
consumption.
All inputs and outputs are equipped with
protection circuits against static discharge, giving
them 2KV ESD immunity and transient excess
voltage.
Figure 1: Pin Connection And IEC Logic Symbols
Rev. 6
September 2004
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Figure 2: Input And Output Equivalent Circuit
Table 2: Pin Description
PIN N°
SYMBOL
1, 4, 9, 12
2, 5, 10, 13
3, 6, 8, 11
7
1A to 4A
1B to 4B
1Y to 4Y
GND
VCC
14
Table 3: Truth Table
NAME AND FUNCTION
Data Inputs
Data Inputs
Data Outputs
Ground (0V)
A
B
Y
L
L
H
H
L
H
L
H
L
H
H
H
Positive Supply Voltage
Table 4: Absolute Maximum Ratings
Symbol
VCC
Parameter
Value
Unit
Supply Voltage
-0.5 to +7.0
V
VI
DC Input Voltage
-0.5 to +7.0
V
VO
DC Output Voltage (VCC = 0V)
-0.5 to +7.0
V
VO
DC Output Voltage (High or Low State) (note 1)
IIK
DC Input Diode Current
IOK
DC Output Diode Current (note 2)
- 50
mA
IO
DC Output Current
± 50
mA
± 100
mA
ICC
DC Supply Current per Supply Pin
IGND
DC Ground Current per Supply Pin
Tstg
Storage Temperature
TL
Lead Temperature (10 sec)
-0.5 to VCC + 0.5
V
- 50
mA
± 100
mA
-65 to +150
°C
300
°C
Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to the device may occur. Functional operation under these conditions is
not implied
1) IO absolute maximum rating must be observed
2) VO < GND
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HEX INVERTER
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HIGH SPEED: tPD = 5.0ns (TYP.) at VCC = 5V
LOW POWER DISSIPATION:
ICC = 2µA(MAX.) at TA=25°C
COMPATIBLE WITH TTL OUTPUTS
VIH = 2V (MIN.), V IL = 0.8V (MAX.)
50Ω TRANSMISSION LINE DRIVING
CAPABILITY
SYMMETRICAL OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
|IOH| = IOL = 24mA (MIN)
BALANCED PROPAGATION DELAYS:
tPLH ≅ tPHL
OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE:
VCC (OPR) = 4.5V to 5.5V
PIN AND FUNCTION COMPATIBLE WITH
74 SERIES 04
IMPROVED LATCH-UP IMMUNITY
DESCRIPTION
The 74ACT04 is an advanced high-speed CMOS
HEX INVERTER fabricated with sub-micron
silicon gate and double-layer metal wiring C2MOS
technology.
The internal circuit is composed of 3 stages
including buffer output, which enables high noise
immunity and stable output.
DIP
SOP
TSSOP
ORDER CODES
PACKAGE
TUBE
DIP
SOP
TSSOP
74ACT04B
74ACT04M
T&R
74ACT04MTR
74ACT04TTR
The device is designed to interface directly High
Speed CMOS systems with TTL, NMOS and
CMOS output voltage levels.
All inputs and outputs are equipped with
protection circuits against static discharge, giving
them 2KV ESD immunity and transient excess
voltage.
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PIN DESCRIPTION
PIN No
SYMBOL
1, 3, 5, 9, 11,
13
2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
12
7
NAME AND FUNCTION
1A to 6A
Data Inputs
1Y to 6Y
Data Outputs
GND
VCC
Ground (0V)
14
Positive Supply Voltage
TRUTH TABLE
A
Y
L
H
H
L
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
VCC
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Value
Unit
-0.5 to +7
V
VI
DC Input Voltage
-0.5 to VCC + 0.5
V
VO
DC Output Voltage
-0.5 to VCC + 0.5
± 20
V
mA
IIK
DC Input Diode Current
IOK
DC Output Diode Current
± 20
mA
IO
DC Output Current
± 50
mA
ICC or IGND DC VCC or Ground Current
Tstg
Storage Temperature
TL
Lead Temperature (10 sec)
± 200
mA
-65 to +150
°C
300
°C
Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to the device may occur. Functional operation under these conditions is
not implied.
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Symbol
VCC
Parameter
Value
Unit
Supply Voltage
4.5 to 5.5
V
VI
Input Voltage
0 to VCC
V
VO
Output Voltage
0 to VCC
V
Top
Operating Temperature
dt/dv
Input Rise and Fall Time VCC = 4.5 to 5.5V (note 1)
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CS42528
114 dB, 192 kHz 8-Ch Codec with S/PDIF Receiver
Features
General Description
z Eight 24-bit D/A, two 24-bit A/D Converters
The CS42528 codec provides two analog-to-digital and eight
digital-to-analog delta-sigma converters, as well as an integrated S/PDIF receiver, in a 64-pin LQFP package.
z 114 dB DAC / 114 dB ADC Dynamic Range
z -100 dB THD+N
z System Sampling Rates up to 192 kHz
z S/PDIF Receiver Compatible with EIAJ CP1201
and IEC-60958
z Recovered S/PDIF Clock or System Clock
Selection
z 8:2 S/PDIF Input MUX
z ADC High-pass Filter for DC Offset Calibration
z Expandable ADC Channels and One-line Mode
Support
z Digital Output Volume Control with Soft Ramp
z Digital +/-15dB Input Gain Adjust for ADC
z Differential Analog Architecture
z Supports logic levels between 5 V and 1.8 V.
VARX
TXP
RXP0
RXP1/GPO1
RXP2/GPO2
RXP3/GPO3
RXP4/GPO4
RXP5/GPO5
RXP6/GPO6
RXP7/GPO7
The CS42528 integrated S/PDIF receiver supports up to eight
inputs, clock recovery circuitry and format auto-detection. The
internal stereo ADC is capable of independent channel gain
control for single-ended or differential analog inputs. All eight
channels of DAC provide digital volume control and differential
analog outputs. The general purpose outputs may be driven
high or low, or mapped to a variety of DAC mute controls or
ADC overflow indicators.
The CS42528 is ideal for audio systems requiring wide dynamic range, negligible distortion and low noise, such as A/V
receivers, DVD receivers, digital speaker and automotive audio
systems.
ORDERING INFORMATION
CS42528-CQZ
CS42528-DQZ
CDB42528
AGND LPFLT
-10° to 70° C 64-pin LQFP
-40° to 85° C 64-pin LQFP
Evaluation Board
DGND DGND VD
VD
INT
Clock/Data
Recovery
Rx
C&U Bit
Data Buffer
S/PDIF
Decoder
Control
Port
Form at
Detector
OM CK
M UTE
Internal M CLK
Ref
DEM
AINL+
AINL-
ADC#1
Digital Filter
Gain & Clip
AINR+
AINR-
ADC#2
Digital Filter
Gain & Clip
AOUTA1+
AOUTA1-
DAC#2
AOUTA2+
AOUTA2-
DAC#3
Serial
Audio
Interface
Port
SAI_LRCK
SAI_SCLK
SAI_SDOUT
ADC
Serial
Data
ADCIN1
ADCIN2
CX_SDO UT
CX_LRCK
CX_SCLK
CX_SDIN1
DAC#4
DAC#5
AOUTB3+
AOUTB3-
DAC#6
AOUTA4+
AOUTA4-
DAC#7
AOUTB4+
AOUTB4-
DAC#8
Digital Filter
CX_SDIN2
Analog Filter
AOUTA3+
AOUTA3-
RM CK
DAC#1
AOUTB1+
AOUTB1-
AOUTB2+
AOUTB2-
M ult/Div
VLS
Volum e Control
FILT+
VQ
REFGND
VA
AGND
AD0/CS
AD1/CDIN
SDA/CDOUT
SCL/CCLK
VLC
GPO
M UTEC
RST
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CX_SDIN3
CX_SDIN4
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RXP0
VD
VLS
DGND
RMCK
CX_SDOUT
ADCIN2
ADCIN1
OMCK
SAI_LRCK
CX_SDIN4
SAI_SCLK
CX_SDIN2
CX_SDIN3
2. PIN DESCRIPTIONS
SAI_SDOUT
CS42528
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
CX_SDIN1
1
48
RXP1/G PO 1
CX_SCLK
2
47
RXP2/G PO 2
CX_LRCK
3
46
RXP3/G PO 3
VD
4
45
RXP4/G PO 4
DGND
5
44
RXP5/G PO 5
VLC
6
43
RXP6/G PO 6
SCL/CCLK
7
42
RXP7/G PO 7
SDA/CDO UT
8
41
VARX
AD1/CDIN
9
CS42528
40
AG ND
AD0/CS
10
39
LPFLT
MUTEC
INT
11
38
RST
12
37
AO UTA1-
AINR-
13
36
AOUTA1+
AINR+
14
35
AOUTB1+
AINL+
15
34
AO UTB1-
AINL-
16
33
AO UTA2-
AOUTA2+
AOUTB2-
AOUTB2+
AOUTA3-
AOUTA3+
AOUTB3+
AOUTB3-
AGND
VA
AOUTA4-
AOUTA4+
AOUTB4+
REFGND
AOUTB4-
VQ
FILT+
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
Pin Name
#
Pin Description
CX_SDIN1
CX_SDIN2
CX_SDIN3
CX_SDIN4
1
64
63
62
Codec Serial Audio Data Input (Input) - Input for two’s complement serial audio data.
CX_SCLK
2
CODEC Serial Clock (Input/Output) - Serial clock for the CODEC serial audio interface.
CX_LRCK
3
CODEC Left Right Clock (Input/Output) - Determines which channel, Left or Right, is currently active on
the CODEC serial audio data line.
VD
4
51
Digital Power (Input) - Positive power supply for the digital section.
DGND
5
52
Digital Ground (Input) - Ground reference. Should be connected to digital ground.
VLC
6
Control Port Power (Input) - Determines the required signal level for the control port.
SCL/CCLK
7
Serial Control Port Clock (Input) - Serial clock for the serial control port. Requires an external pull-up
resistor to the logic interface voltage in I2C mode as shown in the Typical Connection Diagram.
SDA/CDOUT
8
Serial Control Data (Input/Output) - SDA is a data I/O line in I2C mode and requires an external pull-up
resistor to the logic interface voltage, as shown in the Typical Connection Diagram. CDOUT is the output
data line for the control port interface in SPI mode.
AD1/CDIN
9
Address Bit 1 (I2C)/Serial Control Data (SPI) (Input) - AD1 is a chip address pin in I2C mode; CDIN is
the input data line for the control port interface in SPI mode.
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10
Address Bit 0 (I2C)/Control Port Chip Select (SPI) (Input) - AD0 is a chip address pin in I2C mode; CS
is the chip select signal in SPI mode.
INT
11
Interrupt (Output) - The CS42528 will generate an interrupt condition as per the Interrupt Mask register.
See “Interrupts” on page 40 for more details.
RST
12
Reset (Input) - The device enters a low power mode and all internal registers are reset to their default
settings when low.
AINRAINR+
13
14
Differential Right Channel Analog Input (Input) - Signals are presented differentially to the delta-sigma
modulators via the AINR+/- pins.
AINL+
AINL-
15
16
Differential Left Channel Analog Input (Input) - Signals are presented differentially to the delta-sigma
modulators via the AINL+/- pins.
VQ
17
Quiescent Voltage (Output) - Filter connection for internal quiescent reference voltage.
FILT+
18
Positive Voltage Reference (Output) - Positive reference voltage for the internal sampling circuits.
REFGND
19
Reference Ground (Input) - Ground reference for the internal sampling circuits.
AOUTA1 +,AOUTB1 +,AOUTA2 +,AOUTB2 +,AOUTA3 +,AOUTB3 +,AOUTA4 +,AOUTB4 +,-
36,37 Differential Analog Output (Output) - The full-scale differential analog output level is specified in the
35,34 Analog Characteristics specification table.
32,33
31,30
28,29
27,26
22,23
21,20
VA
VARX
24
41
Analog Power (Input) - Positive power supply for the analog section.
AGND
25
40
Analog Ground (Input) - Ground reference. Should be connected to analog ground.
MUTEC
38
Mute Control (Output) - The Mute Control pin outputs high impedance following an initial power-on condition or whenever the PDN bit is set to a ‘1’, forcing the codec into power-down mode. The signal will
remain in a high impedance state as long as the part is in power-down mode. The Mute Control pin goes
to the selected “active” state during reset, muting, or if the master clock to left/right clock frequency ratio
is incorrect. This pin is intended to be used as a control for external mute circuits to prevent the clicks
and pops that can occur in any single supply system. The use of external mute circuits are not mandatory but may be desired for designs requiring the absolute minimum in extraneous clicks and pops.
LPFLT
39
PLL Loop Filter (Output) - An RC network should be connected between this pin and ground.
RXP7/GPO7
RXP6/GPO6
RXP5/GPO5
RXP4/GPO4
RXP3/GPO3
RXP2/GPO2
RXP1/GPO1
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
S/PDIF Receiver Input/ General Purpose Output (Input/Output) - Receiver inputs for S/PDIF encoded
data. The CS42528 has an internal 8:2 multiplexer to select the active receiver port, according to the
Receiver Mode Control 2 register. These pins can also be configured as general purpose output pins,
ADC Overflow indicators or Mute Control outputs according to the RXP/General Purpose Pin Control
registers.
RXP0
49
S/PDIF Receiver Input (Input) - Dedicated receiver input for S/PDIF encoded data.
TXP
50
S/PDIF Transmitter Output (Output) - S/PDIF encoded data output, mapped directly from one of the
receiver inputs as indicated by the Receiver Mode Control 2 register.
VLS
53
Serial Port Interface Power (Input) - Determines the required signal level for the serial port interfaces.
SAI_SDOUT
54
Serial Audio Interface Serial Data Output (Output) - Output for two’s complement serial audio PCM
data from the S/PDIF incoming stream. This pin can also be configured to transmit the output of the internal and external ADCs.
RMCK
55
Recovered Master Clock (Output) - Recovered master clock output from the External Clock Reference
(OMCK, pin 59) or the PLL which is locked to the incoming S/PDIF stream or CX_LRCK.
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56
CODEC Serial Data Output (Output) - Output for two’s complement serial audio data from the internal
and external ADCs.
ADCIN1
ADCIN2
58
57
External ADC Serial Input (Input) - The CS42528 provides for up to two external stereo analog to digital
converter inputs to provide a maximum of six channels on one serial data output line when the CS42528
is placed in One Line mode.
OMCK
59
External Reference Clock (Input) - External clock reference that must be within the ranges specified in
the register “OMCK Frequency (OMCK Freqx)” on page 54.
SAI_LRCK
60
Serial Audio Interface Left/Right Clock (Input/Output) - Determines which channel, Left or Right, is
currently active on the serial audio data line.
SAI_SCLK
61
Serial Audio Interface Serial Clock (Input/Output) - Serial clock for the Serial Audio Interface.
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TO-92M
1. Emitter
2. Collector
3. Base
123
123
KTC2874B
KRA107M
KRA104MT
KTA1267
KSC2785Y
KRC107M
KRC104M
TO-126
KTD1302T
KTC3200GR
KTA1271Y
6
5
KTA1268GR
KTC3198Y
KSA1175YT
MCNJM7905
4
KTA1024Y
MC7915C
L7905
TO-3P
1. Base
2. Collector
3. Emitter
1. INPUT
2. GND
3. OUTPUT
123
MC7815C
MC7809
NJM7824
1 2 3
2SB1560
2SD2390
2SA1360
2SB1647
2SD2560
MC7805C
L7805
L7815
SOT-223 PKG (FRONT VIEW)
PIN CONFIGURATION
SOT-23 Package
LM1117
REGULATOR
AD1580
1
2
3
1. Source 1 (S1)
2. Gate 1 (G1)
3. Drain 2 (D2)
4. Source 2 (S2)
5. Gate 2 (G2)
6. Drain 1 (D1)
Marking: MA
V+ 1
3 NC (OR V–)
V– 2
KSC2316Y
L7915
TO-220
KSA733CYT
N-CHANNEL MOS FET ARRAY
µPA672T
123
123
123
2SC3423O
1. Emitter
2. Collector
3. Base
1. GND
2. INPUT
3. OUTPUT
1. Emitter
2. Base
3. Collector
123
2SA1360O
KTD600KG
1. Emitter
2. Collector
3. Base
TO-92
1. Emitter
2. Collector
3. Base
TO-92L
TO-220
TO-92
TOP
VIEW
1
2
3
PIN FUNCTION
1. Adj/Gnd
2. Vout
3. Vin
NC = NO CONNECT
TO-263 (D2 PKG, FRONT VIEW)
PIN FUNCTION
1. Adj/Gnd
2. Vout
3. Vin
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S-808xxC Series
Rev.3.2_00
„ Pin Configurations
Table 7
SC-82AB
Top view
4
3
1
Pin No.
Pin name
Pin description
1
OUT
Voltage detection output pin
2
VDD
Voltage input pin
3
NC*1
No connection
4
VSS
GND pin
*1. The NC pin is electrically open.
The NC pin can be connected to VDD or VSS.
2
Figure 4
Table 8
SOT-23-5
Top view
5
1
Pin No.
Pin name
Pin description
1
OUT
Voltage detection output pin
2
VDD
Voltage input pin
3
VSS
GND pin
4
NC*1
No connection
5
NC*1
No connection
*1. The NC pin is electrically open.
The NC pin can be connected to VDD or VSS.
4
2
3
Figure 5
Table 9
SOT-89-3
Top view
1
2
Pin No.
1
2
3
Pin name
OUT
VDD
VSS
Pin description
Voltage detection output pin
Voltage input pin
GND pin
3
Figure 6
Table10
SNT-4A
Top view
1
4
2
3
Pin No.
Pin name
Pin description
1
OUT
Voltage detection output pin
2
VSS
GND pin
3
NC*1
No connection
4
VDD
Voltage input pin
*1. The NC pin is electrically open.
The NC pin can be connected to VDD or VSS.
Figure 7
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S-80842CNY
Table 11
TO-92
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Pin No.
1
2
3
1 2 3
Pin name
OUT
VDD
VSS
Pin description
Voltage detection output pin
Voltage input pin
GND pin
Figure 8
„ Absolute Maximum Ratings
1. Detection Voltage Typ. 1.4 V or Less Products
Table 12
(Ta=25°C unless otherwise specified
Absolute maximum ratings Unit
7
V
Power supply voltage
Output voltage Nch open-drain output products
VSS−0.3 to VSS+7
CMOS output products
VSS−0.3 to VDD+0.3
Output current
IOUT
50
mA
Power dissipation
PD SC-82AB
150
mW
SNT-4A
140
Operating ambient temperature
Topr
−40 to +85
°C
Storage temperature
Tstg
−40 to +125
Caution The absolute maximum ratings are rated values exceeding which the product could suffer
physical damage. These values must therefore not be exceeded under any conditions.
Item
Symbol
VDD−VSS
VOUT
2. Detection Voltage Typ. 1.5 V or More Products
Table 13
(Ta=25°C unless otherwise specified
Absolute maximum ratings Unit
12
V
Power supply voltage
Output voltage Nch open-drain output products
VSS−0.3 to VSS+12
CMOS output products
VSS−0.3 to VDD+0.3
Output current
IOUT
50
mA
Power dissipation
PD SC-82AB
150
mW
SOT-23-5
250
SOT-89-3
500
SNT-4A
140
TO-92
400
Operating ambient temperature
Topr
−40 to +85
°C
Storage temperature
Tstg
−40 to +125
Caution The absolute maximum ratings are rated values exceeding which the product could suffer
physical damage. These values must therefore not be exceeded under any conditions.
Item
Symbol
VDD−VSS
VOUT
.
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PIN CONFIGURATION
• SOT-23-5
5
4
(mark side)
1
2
3
PIN DESCRIPTION
Pin No.
Symbol
Description
1
GND
Ground Pin
2
VDD
Input Pin
3
VOUT
Output Pin
4
NC
No Connection
5
CE or CE
Chip Enable Pin
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Item
Ratings
Unit
9
V
VIN
Input Voltage
VCE
Input Voltage (CE or CE Pin)
–0.3 to VIN +0.3
V
VOUT
Output Voltage
–0.3 to VIN +0.3
V
IOUT
Output Current
200
mA
Power Dissipation
250
mW
PD
Topt
Operating Temperature
–40 to +85
˚C
Tstg
Storage Temperature
–55 to +125
˚C
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