Samsung DVD-618KA/XSS Service manual

DVD PLAYER
Chassis : Spino
DVD-P355B/XEU, XET, XEE, SED, XEO,
XEC, XEL, FOU, XEG, XEH,
XEV
SERVICE MANUAL
SERVICE
DVD-P355B
DVD PLAYER
Manual
Merit & Character regarding Product
Π41mm With LED Module
ELECTRONICS
´ Playback MPEG4 DVD-Audio
ˇ ZORAN Vaddis7 1-Chip Solution
This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable
international and/or domestic law.
© Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. JUN . 2005
Printed in Korea
AK82-0000929A
CONTENTS
1. Precautions
1-1 ~ 1-6
1-1 Safety Precautions
(1-1)
1-2 Servicing Precautions
1-3 ESD Precautions
1-4 Handling the optical pick-up
1-5 Pick-up disassembly and reassembly
(1-3)
(1-4)
(1-5)
(1-6)
2. Product Specification
2-1 Product Specification
2-2 Chassis Product Specification
2-3 Option Product Specification
3. Alignment and Adjustments
3-1 Location of Test Point
3-2 Skew Adjustment
4. Disassembly and Reassembly
2-1 ~ 2-4
(2-1)
(2-2)
(2-3)
3-1 ~ 3-4
(3-1)
(3-2)
4-1 ~ 4-10
4-1 Cabinet and PCB
4-2 Deck
(4-1)
(4-6)
5. Troubleshooting
5-1 ~ 5-14
6. Exploded View and Parts List
6-1 Cabinet Assembly
6-2 DVD Mechanical Parts
7. Electrical Parts List
6-1 ~ 6-6
(6-2)
(6-4)
7-1 ~ 7-6
CONTENTS
8. Block Diagram
8-1 ~ 8-2
9. Wiring Diagram
9-1 ~ 9-2
10. PCB Diagrams
10-1 Main PCB
11. Schematic Diagrams
10-1 ~ 10-4
(10-2)
11-1 ~ 11-8
11-1 Power Drive
(11-2)
11-2 Servo
(11-3)
11-3 AV-Decoder
(11-4)
11-4 Fromt Micom
(11-5)
11-5 Audio
(11-6)
11-6 Video
(11-7)
12. Operating Instructions and Installation
12-1 ~ 12-50
13. Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-1 ~ 13-16
13-1 Power
(13-1)
13-2 RF
(13-7)
13-3 System Control
(13-9)
13-4 Servo
(13-10)
13-5 DVD Data Processor
(13-13)
13-6 Video
(13-14)
13-7 Audio
(13-15)
CONTENTS
14. Reference Information
14-1 ~ 14-16
14-1 Introduction to DVD
(14-1)
14-2 DVD-Video Fromat
(14-3)
14-1 DVD-Audio
(14-9)
14-2 DivX
(14-12)
1. Precautions
1-1 Safety Precautions
1) Before returning an instrument to the customer,
always make a safety check of the entire instrument,
including, but not limited to, the following items:
(1) Be sure that no built-in protective devices are
defective or have been defeated during servicing.
(1)Protective shields are provided to protect both
the technician and the customer. Correctly replace
all missing protective shields, including any
removed for servicing convenience.
(2)When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly in the cabinet, be sure to put back in place
all protective devices, including, but not limited to,
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fish papers,
adjustment and compartment covers/shields, and
isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate this instrument or permit it to be operated without all protective devices correctly installed and
functioning.
(2) Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through
which adults or children might be able to insert
their fingers and contact a hazardous voltage. Such
openings include, but are not limited to, excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and an improperly fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet back
cover.
(3) Leakage Current Hot Check-With the instrument
completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord
directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage
current tester or a metering system that complies
with American National Standards institute (ANSI)
C101.1 Leakage Current for Appliances and
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1270 (40.7). With
the instrument’s AC switch first in the ON position
and then in the OFF position, measure from a
known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit,
etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the instrument
(antennas, handle brackets, metal cabinets, screwheads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis.
Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.
Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat the test. See Fig. 1-1.
Any measurements not within the limits specified
herein indicate a potential shock hazard that must
be eliminated before returning the instrument to
the customer.
(READING SHOULD
NOT BE ABOVE
0.5mA)
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
TEST ALL
EXPOSED METER
SURFACES
2-WIRE CORD
ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED)
EARTH
GROUND
Fig. 1-1 AC Leakage Test
(4) Insulation Resistance Test Cold Check-(1) Unplug
the power supply cord and connect a jumper wire
between the two prongs of the plug. (2) Turn on the
power switch of the instrument. (3) Measure the
resistance with an ohmmeter between the
jumpered AC plug and all exposed metallic cabinet
parts on the instrument, such as screwheads,
antenna, control shafts, handle brackets, etc. When
an exposed metallic part has a return path to the
chassis, the reading should be between 1 and 5.2
megohm. When there is no return path to the chassis, the reading must be infinite. If the reading is
not within the limits specified, there is the possibility of a shock hazard, and the instrument must be
repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the
customer. See Fig. 1-2.
Antenna
Terminal
Exposed
Metal Part
ohm
ohmmeter
Fig. 1-2 Insulation Resistance Test
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1-1
Precautions
2) Read and comply with all caution and safety related notes on or inside the cabinet, or on the chassis.
3) Design Alteration Warning-Do not alter or add to
the mechanical or electrical design of this instrument. Design alterations and additions, including
but not limited to, circuit modifications and the
addition of items such as auxiliary audio output
connections, might alter the safety characteristics of
this instrument and create a hazard to the user. Any
design alterations or additions will make you, the
servicer, responsible for personal injury or property
damage resulting therefrom.
4) Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to
assure correct lead dress in the following areas:
(1) near sharp edges, (2) near thermally hot parts (be
sure that leads and components do not touch thermally hot parts), (3) the AC supply, (4) high voltage,
and (5) antenna wiring. Always inspect in all areas
for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring, Do not
change spacing between a component and the
printed-circuit board. Check the AC power cord for
damage.
1-2
5) Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to
have overheated or that are otherwise damaged
should be replaced with components, parts and/ or
wiring that meet original specifications.
Additionally, determine the cause of overheating
and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective
action to remove any potential safety hazard.
6) Product Safety Notice-Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics
which are often not evident from visual inspection,
nor can the protection they give necessarily be
obtained by replacing them with components rated
for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by shading,
an (
)or a (
)on schematics and parts lists. Use
of a substitute replacement that does not have the
same safety characteristics as the recommended
replacement part might create shock, fire and/or
other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever appropriate.
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Precautions
1-2 Servicing Precautions
CAUTION : Before servicing units covered by this
service manual and its supplements, read and follow
the Safety Precautions section of this manual.
Note : If unforseen circumstances create conflict
between the following servicing precautions and any
of the safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First.
1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions
(1) a. Always unplug the instrument’s AC power cord
from the AC power source before (1) re-moving
or reinstalling any component, circuit board,
module or any other instrument assembly, (2)
disconnecting any instrument electrical plug or
other electrical connection, (3) connecting a test
substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument.
b. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which instruments covered by this
service manual might be equipped.
c. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and
/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all
solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.
d. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead
to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the test instrument positive lead. Always
remove the test instrument ground lead last.
(4) An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used and
some components are raised above the printed
wiring board for safety. The internal wiring is
sometimes clamped to prevent contact with heating components. Install such elements as they
were.
(5) After servicing, always check that the removed
screws, components, and wiring have been installed correctly and that the portion around the
serviced part has not been damaged and so on.
Further, check the insulation between the blades of
the attachment plug and accessible conductive
parts.
1-2-2 Insulation Checking Procedure
Disconnect the attachment plug from the AC outlet
and turn the power ON. Connect the insulation resistance meter (500V) to the blades of the attachment
plug. The insulation resistance between each blade of
the attachment plug and accessible conductive
parts(see note) should be more than 1 Megohm.
Note : Accessible conductive parts include metal panels, input terminals, earphone jacks, etc.
Note : Refer to the Safety Precautions section ground
lead last.
(2) The service precautions are indicated or printed on
the cabinet, chassis or components. When servicing, follow the printed or indicated service precautions and service materials.
(3) The components used in the unit have a specified
flame resistance and dielectric strength.
When replacing components, use components
which have the same ratings. Components identified by shading, by( ) or by ( ) in the circuit diagram are important for safety or for the characteristics of the unit. Always replace them with the exact
replacement components.
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1-3
Precautions
1-3 ESD Precautions
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD)
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity.
Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices(ESD). Examples of typical ESD
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.
(7) Immediately before removing the protective materials from the leads of a replacement ESD 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 ESD devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your
clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient
to damage an ESD device).
(2) After removing an electrical assembly equipped
with ESD devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
(3) Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or
unsolder ESD devices.
(4) Use only an anti-static solder removal devices.
Some solder removal devices not classified as
“anti-static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices.
(5) Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage
ESD devices.
(6) Do not remove a replacement ESD device from its
protective package until immediately before your
are ready to install it.(Most replacement ESD
devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or
comparable conductive materials).
1-4
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Precautions
1-4 Handling the optical pick-up
The laser diode in the optical pick up may suffer electrostatic breakdown because of potential static electricity from clothing and your body.
WRIST-STRAP
FOR GROUNDING
1M
The following method is recommended.
(1) Place a conductive sheet on the work bench (The
black sheet used for wrapping repair parts.)
(2) Place the set on the conductive sheet so that the
chassis is grounded to the sheet.
(3) Place your hands on the conductive sheet(This
gives them the same ground as the sheet.)
(4) Remove the optical pick up block
(5) Perform work on top of the conductive sheet. Be
careful not to let your clothes or any other static
sources to touch the unit.
THE UNIT
1M
CONDUCTIVE SHEET
Fig.1-3
(6) Short the short terminal on the PCB, which is inside the Pick-Up ASS’Y, before replacing the PickUp. (The short terminal is shorted when the PickUp Ass’y is being lifted or moved.)
(7) After replacing the Pick-up, open the short terminal on the PCB.
◆ Be sure to put on a wrist strap grounded to the
sheet.
◆ Be sure to lay a conductive sheet made of copper
etc. Which is grounded to the table.
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1-5
Precautions
1-5 Pick-up disassembly and reassembly
1-5-1 Disassembly
1-5-2 Assembly
1) Remove the power cord.
2) Disassemble the Deck-Assy.
3) Make solder land 2 points short on Pick-up.
(See Fig. 1-4)
4) Disassemble the Pick-up.
1) Replace the Pick-up.
2) Remove the soldering 2 points on Pick-up.
3) Reassemble the Deck-Assy.
Note : If the assembly and disassembly are not done in correct sequence, the Pick-up may be damaged.
SOLDER LAND 2 POINTS SHORT
PICK-UP ASS'Y
Fig. 1-4
1-6
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2. Product Specification
2-1 Product Specification
General
Power Requirements
AC230V, 50Hz
Power Consumption
10W
Weight
1.7Kg
Dimensions
430mm (W) x 207mm (D) x 42mm (H)
Operating Temperature Range
+5°C to 35°C
Operating Humidity Range
10% to 75%
DVD
(Digital Versatile Disc)
Disc
Reading Speed : 3.49 ~ 4.06m/sec.
Approx. Play Time
(Single Sided, Single Layer Disc) : 135min.
CD : 12Cm
Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6m/sec.
(Compact Disc)
Maximum Play Time : 74min.
CD : 8cm
Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6m/sec.
(Compact Disc)
Maximum Play Time : 20min.
VCD : 12Cm
Composite Video
Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6m/sec.
Maximum Play Time : 74min. (Video+Audio)
1 channel ; 1.0Vp-p (75ohm load)
R (Red) : 0.7 Vp-p (75ohm load)
G (Green) : 0.7 Vp-p (75ohm load)
SCART Jack
B (Blue) : 0.7 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Composite Video : 1.0 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Luminance Signal : 1.0 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Video Output
Color Signal : 0.3 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Component Video
Pr: 0.70 Vp-p (75ohm load)
Pb: 0.70 Vp-p (75ohm load)
S-Video
Audio Output
Luminance Signal : 1.0Vp-p (75ohm load)
Chrominance Signal : 0.3Vp-p (75ohm loa)
HDMI
High Definition Multimedia Interface (576p, 720p, 768p, 1080i)
SCART Jack
2 Channel : L(1/L), R(2/R)
2 Channel
L(1/L), R(2/R)
*Ferquency Response
48KHz Sampling : 4Hz to 22KHz
96KHz Sampling : 4Hz to 44KHz
*S/N Ratio
110dB
*Dynamic Range
100dB
*Total Harmonic Distortion
0.004%
* : Nominal specification
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2-1
Product Specification
2-2 Chassis Product Specification
MODEL
FLASH
RF
DRIVE
A/V DECODER
6dB_AMP
AUDIO DAC
AUDIO ADC
FRONTMICOM
MIC INPUT
NTSC
Default
SCARTOUT
PSO
DTS
D-AUDIO
MPEG4
MP3
P-CD
WMA
VCD
SVCD
MEMORY CARD
2-2
DVD-P250K/XSS
2M
X
FAN8026
ZR36862
LA73054
PCM1753
M65855P
eFHP5842
1MIC
O
PAL
X
MULTI
2CH/DIGI
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
DVD-P255K/XSS
2M
X
FAN8026
ZR36862
LA73054
PCM1753
M65855P
eFHP5842
2MIC
O
PAL
X
MULTI
2CH/DIGI
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
DVD-P350K/XSS
2M
Ti-D
FAN8026
ZR36778
LA73054
PCM1753
M65855P
eFHP5842
1MIC
O
PAL
X
MULTI
2CH/DIGI
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
DVD-P355K/XAX
2M
Ti-D
FAN8026
ZR36778
LA73054
PCM1753
M65855P
eFHP5842
2MIC
O
NT
X
MULTI
2CH/DIGI
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
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Product Specification
2-3 Option Product Specification
Description Fig
Description
Remote
Control
AK59-00011K
Batteries for
Remote Control
(AAA Size)
AC43-12002H
User ’s Manual
AK68-00632G
V ideo/Audio
Cable
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Parts No
Remark
Model Stamdard
of DVD-P355B/XEL
Model Stamdard
of DVD-P355B/XEL
S.N.A
AC39-42001R
Model Stamdard
of DVD-P355B/XEL
Model Stamdard
of DVD-P355B/XEL
2-3
3. Alignment and Adjustment
3-1 Location of Test Point
RIC1
SP37239
Pin29 of RIC1
RIC1
SP37239
Fig. 3-1 Location of Test Point
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3-1
Alignment and Adjustment
3-2 Skew Adjustment
3-2-1 Adjustment Spec. and Test Point
◆ Test Disc ; Service not Available
<Table 3-1>
Test Disc
Adjustment Spec.
Test Point
Adjustment Location
TDV-533
Chapter 14
Flat Waveform
“Pin 29 of RIC1”
(Main PCB - Component Side)
(See Fig. 3-1)
Screw A / B
Ass’y Deck - Top Side
(See Fig. 3-2)
Fig. 3-2 Ass’y Deck (Top Side)
3-2
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Alignment and Adjustment
3-2-2 SKEW Adjustment Method
Needed to minimize the variations in Skew of the Pickup unit and to provide optimum match with the recorded
signal on the Disc.
1) Connect an Oscilloscope to the “Pin 29 of RIC1” Test Point (See Fig. 3-1)
2) Connect Power, Open the Tray and Play the Ch.14 whish is in the TDV-533 Disc.
◆ Set the Oscilloscope Range as follows :
(Voltage ; 20mV/Div., Frequency ; 10m Sec.)
3) Adjust the Screws “A” and “B” (See Fig. 3-2) using a Hex screwdriver until you obtain a Flat Waveform and
the picture is stable.
Then, go to Chapter 1 and make sure the Waveform is Flat here as well.
If not, you have to go back to Chapter 14 and adjust again.
If you cannot obtain a Flat waveform, then the unit is defective.
Note : The Deck must be in a horizontal position. Use both “A” and “B” screws to adjust.
Typical Waveform before Adjustment
Waveform after Correct Adjustment
Fig.3-3 Envelope Waveform
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3-3
4. Disassembly and Reassembly
4-1 Cabinet and PCB
Note : Reassembly in reverse order.
4-1-1 Top Cabinet Removal
1) Remove 3 Screws Πthe back Top Cabinet.
2) Lift up the Top Cabinet in direction of arrow.
Π3 SCREWS
Fig. 4-1 Top Cabinet Removal
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4-1
Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-1-2 Door-Tray Removal
1) Supply power and open Tray Œ.
2) Disassemble the Door-Tray ´ in direction of arrow “A”.
3) Close Tray Πand power off.
Note : If Tray Œ doesn’t open, insert a Screw driver ¨ into the Emergency hole ˇ (as shown in detailed drawing) and then push it in the direction of arrow “B”. Open Tray manually.
ΠTRAY
"B"
´ DOOR-TRAY
"A"
¨ SCREW DRIVER
ˇ EMERGENCY HOLE
Fig. 4-2 Door-Tray Removal
4-2
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Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-1-3 Ass’y Front-Cabinet Removal
1) Release 6 Hooks Œ, ´, ˇ, ¨ and Remove the Ass’y Front-Cabinet ˆ.
´ 1 HOOK
¨ 2 HOOKS
Π2 HOOKS
ˇ 1 HOOK
ˆ A'ssy Front-Cabinet
Fig.4-3 Ass’y Front-Cabinet Removal
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4-3
Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-1-4 Ass’y Deck Removal
1) Disconnect Flat-Cable from DCN1, DCN2 on Main PCB.
2) Remove 3 Screws Œ from the Ass’y Deck and lift it up.
Π3 SCREWS
FLAT-CABLE
ASS'Y-DECK
DCN1
DCN2
Fig. 4-4 Ass’y Deck Removal
4-4
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Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-1-5 Main PCB Removal
1) Remove 4 Screws Œ.
2) Lift up the Main PCB ´.
Π4 SCREWS
´ MAIN PCB
Fig. 4-5 Main PCB Removal
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4-5
Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-2 Deck
4-2-1 Holder Chuck Removal
1) Push 4 Hooks Œ in the direction of arrow “A” and lift up the Holder Chuck ´.
Π2 HOOKS
´ HOLDER CHUCK
"A"
Π2 HOOKS
"A"
Fig. 4-6 Holder Chuck Removal
4-6
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Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-2-2 Tray Disc Removal
1) Insert a Screw Driver Œ into Emergency Hole ´ and push the Slider Housing ˇ in the direction arrow “A”.
2) When the Tray Disc ¨ comes out a little, pull it in the direction arrow “B” by hand.
ˇ SLIDER HOUSING
¨ TRAY DISC
"B"
"A"
´ EMERGENCY HOLE
ΠSCREW DRIVER
Fig.4-7 Tray Disc Removal
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4-7
Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-2-3 Assy P/U Deck Removal
1) Remove the 4 Soldering Π(SL+, SL-, SP+, SP-).
2) Remove the 1 Screw ´ and lift up the Ass’y P/U Deck ˇ
´ 1 SCREW
ˇ ASS'Y P/U DECK
¨ CHASSIS SUB
<Assembly Point>
SP+
SL+
TMTM+
SP-
SL-
Π4 SOLDERING
Fig. 4-8 Assy P/U Deck Removal
4-8
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Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-2-4 Ass’y Housing Removal
1) Remove the 2 Soldering Œ. (TM+, TM-)
2) Push the 2 Hooks ´ in the direction of arrow “A” and remove Ass’y PCB Deck ˇ.
3) Push the Slider Housing ¨ in the direction arrow “B”.
4) Push the 1 Hook ˆ in the direction of arrow “C” and lift up the Slider Housing ¨.
5) Remove the Belt Pulley Ø and 2 Screws ∏, Ass’y Motor Load ”.
6) Push the 1 Hook ’ in the direction of arrow “D” and lift up the Gear Pulley ˝, Gear Tray Ô.
¨ SLIDER HOUSING
"B"
Ø BELT PULLEY
∏ 2 SCREWS
Ô GEAR TRAY
˝ GEAR PULLEY
’ 1 HOOK
"D"
"C"
ˆ 1 HOOK
” ASS'Y MOTOR LOAD
´ 2 HOOKS
"A"
"A"
ˇ ASS'Y PCB DECK
Π2 SOLDERING
Fig. 4-9 Ass’y Housing Removal
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4-9
Disassembly and Reaasembly
4-2-5 Ass’y Bracket Deck Removal
1) Push the Hook Œ in the direction of arrow “A” and lift up the Gear Feed B ´.
2) Push the Hook ˇ in the direction of arrow “B” and lift up the Gear Feed B ¨.
3) Remove the 2 Screws ˆ and lift up Motor Feed Ass’y Ø.
4) Remove the 2 Screws ∏ and lift down Motor Spindl Ass’y ”.
5) Remove the 3 Screws ’ and remove 3 Holder Cam Skew ˝, Shaft Pick Up Ô, Ass’y Pick Up .
6) Remove the 1 Screws Ú and remove Gear Back Lash Æ.
’ 3 SCREWS
˝ 3 HOLDER CAM SKEW
 ASS'Y PICK UP
Æ GEAR BACK LASH
Ô SHAFT PICK UP
Ú 2 SCREWS
Ø MOTOR FEED
ASS'Y
ˇ HOOK
"B"
∏ 2 SCREWS
ˆ 2 SCREWS
ΠHOOK
"A"
CHASSIS SUB
¨ GEAR FEED A
´ GEAR FEED B
” MOTOR SPINDLE
Fig. 4-10 Ass’y Bracket Deck Removal
4-10
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5. Troubleshooting
No focus incoming
A
FE in ZIC1-181
is within specified range?
Yes
FIC1-27, 28 output
are normal?
No
Check RIC1 and A, B, C, D input.
(FE Waveform)
No
Check FIC1.
Yes
Check open state from
FIC1 to pick-up.
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5-1
Troubleshooting
No pick-up home positing
ZIC1-191(SLED-PWM)
output is normal?
(1.7V ~ 1.8V)
No
Check ZIC1.
Yes
SLED+, SLEDFIC1-13, 14 output are
normal?
No
Check FIC1.
Yes
Check the Sled Motor and connection.
5-2
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Troubleshooting
NO LD CD ON
RIC1-22 is 5V?
No
Check RIC1
Yes
Divide RQ2 emitter terminal
voltage and 5V real voltage
difference into 10ohm.
Yes
Current exceeds 0.1A?
No
Open check in related circuit.
Yes
LD out pick-up replace.
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5-3
Troubleshooting
No Search Operation
MIRR, RIC1-27
output is normal?
No
MEVO, RIC1-32
output level is normal?
No
(MIRR Waveform)
Yes
Yes
Check pick-up.
Check RIC1 peripheral circuit.
Actual velocity occurs
at ZIC1-191 terminal?
No
Check ZIC1 peripheral circuit.
Yes
Actual velocity occurs
at FIC1-13, 14 terminal?
No
Check FIC1 peripheral circuit.
Yes
TE occurs in search range?
No
Focus On?
No
A
(TE Waveform)
Yes
See "Fine Seek Check"
5-4
Samsung Electronics
Troubleshooting
FINE SEEK Check
FINE SEEK MIRR
signal (RIC1-27) is missing?
Yes
Check RIC1 Peripheral curcuit.
No
Time out due to many jump counts.
No
Track incomming is
delayed?
(TRD Waveform)
(TE Waveform)
Yes
TE is within
2V and 3V?
No
Yes
ZIC1-169(TRD)
output is normal?
No
Yes
Check RIC1-6 terminal.
(T+,T- Waveform)
Pick-up transfer smooth.
No
Yes
FIC1-26, 25(T+, T-)
terminal outputs are
normal?
Yes
No
Check FIC1 peripheral circuit.
Check Deck.
Check RIC1 peripheral circuit.
Samsung Electronics
Check DCN1 and pick-up.
5-5
Troubleshooting
Abnormal rotation of
disc motor
Input of RF SUM
signal is normal?
(ZIC1-172, 173)
No
RIC1-54, 55 output
is normal?
No
(SPD Waveform)
Yes
Yes
Check RIC1 peripheral
circuit and A, B, C, D.
Check path to RIC1 and ZIC1.
SPD output is normal?
(ZIC1-189)
No
Yes
Check ZIC1 peripheral circuit.
FIC1-25 output
is normal?
No
Check FIC1 soldering and power.
Yes
FIC1-23 signal
MON is "H" ?
No
Check ZIC1.
Yes
Check or replace disc motor.
5-6
Samsung Electronics
Troubleshooting
No Tray open/close
ZIC1 129,130
Open ; "L"
Close ; "H"
Yes
No
Check ZIC1 perpheral circuit.
(OPEN, CLOSE Waveform)
Check FIC1-13, 14
output at OPEN/CLOSE.
No
Check FIC1 perpheral circuit.
Yes
Check signal line state from
FIC1-13, 14 to tray motor.
Samsung Electronics
5-7
Troubleshooting
CD/VCD/DVD L/R output error
(Mixed Audio output)
Normal DATA 0 is
input in AIC1-2?
No
Check ZIC1-113 output.
(DATA0 Waveform)
Yes
Analog output of
AIC1-7,9(Vout) is
normal?
No
Check ZIC1-118
DVD;12.2884MHz
Yes
AIC5-1, 7 output
is normal?
No
Check AIC5 peripheral circuit.
Yes
Base terminal level
of AQ7, AQ9
are "L"?
No
Check FMIC-11 mute.
Yes
Check JACK1 peripheral
soldering shot.
5-8
Samsung Electronics
Troubleshooting
S-Video output error
Video output of display
setup is "S-VIDEO".
No
Select video output to "S-VIDEO".
Yes
C
Samsung Electronics
5-9
Troubleshooting
Y/Pr/Pb output error
Video output of display
setup is "I-SCAN".
No
Select video output to "I-SCAN".
Yes
C
5-10
Samsung Electronics
Troubleshooting
Progressive output error
Video output of
display setup is
"Pscan & HDMI".
No
Select video output to "Pscan & HDMI".
Yes
C
Samsung Electronics
5-11
Troubleshooting
CVBS Output Error
C
Pin of VDDP
in ZIC1 has normal level?
No
Yes
27MHz clock
input is normal at
pin 142in ZIC1?
Check the connection between
pin1 in ZIC1 and pin4 in PIC1.
(CVBS Waveform)
No
Check ZY1.
Yes
Analog output
is normal at pin 159
in ZIC1?
No
Check the soldering of ZIC1.
Yes
Analog signals are
inputted normally
VIC1-4
No
Check the connection between
pin158 in ZIC1 and VIC1.
No
Check the connection between
VIC1-1 and VL6
No
Check the connection between
VL6 and pin 1in VIC1.
Yes
Power is
normal at VIC1-1, 28
Yes
Pin 3,13 in VIC1
is in high state?
Yes
Peak to peak
voltage level of VIC1-20
(VIC-MUTE Waveform)
No
Check the soldering of VIC1
Yes
Video signal of
about 1V appears at
output jack?
No
Check the connection between
VIC1 and output jack.
Yes
Check the RCA cable.
5-12
Samsung Electronics
Troubleshooting
No Power
(Standby LED OFF)
PFD01 error?
Yes
Replace fuse.
No
PDS01 voltage
is normal voltage?
No
Check PDS01 ~ 04.
Yes
Switching operation
of PIC01 is normal?
Yes
Replace PIC01.
Check feed back, 2st voltage.
No
Replace PIC01
Samsung Electronics
5-13
6. Exploded View and Parts List
6-1 Cabinet Assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-2
6-2 DVD Mechanical Parts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-4
Samsung Electronics
6-1
Exploded View and Parts List
6-1 Cabinet Assembly
W001
C015
W275
P001
W275
P025
CHASSIS - FRAME(S.N.A)
S.N.A : Service Not Available
A001
C001
C002
6-2
Samsung Electronics
Exploded View and Parts List
Loc. No
A001
C001
C002
C015
P001
P025
W001
W275
Parts No.
AK59-00011J
AK97-01225E
AK64-01189C
AK97-01103D
AK92-00680B
AK92-00680A
AC39-12022K
AC39-10019A
6003-000275
6003-001561
Samsung Electronics
Description ; Specification
REMOCON-ASSY;DVD-P241/XAA,XAA,-,-,36,-,ASSY CABINET-FRONT;HIPS 94 HB,DVD-P355B/
DOOR-TRAY;DVD-P355B/XEL,SEIN,ABS 94 HB,T
ASSY CABINET-TOP;PCM T0.55,DVD-P355B/XE
ASSY PCB-MAIN;DVD-P355/XEV,MAIN PCB ASSY
ASSY PCB-MAIN;DVD-P355/XEO,MAIN PCB ASSY
CBF-POWER CORD;AT,,GP2,HOUING(2P),250V,3
CBF-POWER CORD;KKP-419C,H03VVH2-F,VDE/KE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,B,M3,L10,BLK ,SWCH101
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,WT,B,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),S
Q”ty S.N.A
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
7
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
Remark
CIS Only
Other Only
U.K Only
Other Only
6-3
Exploded View and Parts List
6-2 DVD Mechanical Parts
W212
H213
H212
H102
W012
H241
H206
H211
H214
H203
W273
H210
W010
H202
W274
W274
H204
H205
H105
H107
H207
H106
H103
W011
H108
H104
H109
6-8
Samsung Electronics
Exploded View and Parts List
Loc. No
H102
H103
H104
H105
H106
H107
H108
H109
H202
H203
H204
H205
H206
H207
H210
H211
H212
H213
H214
H241
W010
W011
W012
W212
W273
W274
Parts No.
AK61-00360A
AK66-00042A
AK97-00608A
6602-001076
AK66-00041A
AK66-00045A
AK63-00101C
AK92-00328C
AK73-00005B
AH61-50327A
AK66-00043A
AK66-00044A
AK61-00363A
AK31-00017A
AK31-00005A
AK97-01009B
AK61-00359A
AK61-00357A
AK66-00057A
AK41-00250B
6003-001157
6001-001370
6002-001086
6003-001251
6003-000233
6001-001730
Samsung Electronics
Description ; Specification
BODY CLAMPER-DISC;DP-16,POM,T0.7,-,-,-,W
GEAR-PULLEY;DP-15,POM,-,-,-,WHT,-,-,ASSY-MOTOR LOAD;-,DP-15,BELT-RECTANGULAR;CR,T1.2,4.3%,1.2X25.1,B
GEAR-TRAY;DP-15,POM,-,-,-,WHT,-,-,SLIDER HOUSING;DP-15,POM,-,W17.8,L90,WHT
TRAY-DISC;DP-16,ABS,-,W120,L186.3,-,BLK,
ASSY PCB-DECK;DP-15,COMBO-A
RUBBER-INSULATOR;DP-15,BUTYL,•’12,HS30,H
SHAFT-P/U;DP-3,SUS,L84.7,OD3,-,-,GEAR-FEED A;DP-15,POM,-,-,-,-,-,-,GEAR-FEED B;DP-15,POM,-,-,-,-,-,-,HOLDER-CAM SKEW;DP-16,POM,-,-,-,BLK,MOTOR DC-SPINDLE;RF300FA-12350,DP-17,-,MOTOR-FEED ASSY;-,DP-9,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,ASSY-PICK UP;-,DP-16,MITSUMI VE
HOLDER-CHUCK;DP-16,POM,T3,W140,L96,BLK,SPRING ETC-CLAMPER;-,SUS304CSP,-,-,-,-,GEAR-BACKLASH;DP-16,POM,0.5,-,-,WHT,-,RA
FFC-PU;DP-16,HYPER,PET 0.037mm,23P,0.
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M2,L6,ZPC(YEL),SWR
SCREW-MACHINE;CH,+,M1.7,L3.0,ZPC(YEL),SW
SCREW-TAPPING;PH,+,B,M1.7,L5.0,ZPC(YEL),
SCREW-TAPTITE;CH,+,B,M1.7,L3,ZPC(YEL),SW
SCREW-TAPTITE;PH,+,B,M2,L6,ZPC(BLK),SWRC
SCREW-MACHINE;BH,+,M1.7,L2.5,ZPC(YEL)
Q”ty S.N.A
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
4
Remark
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
6-5
7. Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
P001
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
AC100
AC19
AC20
AK92-00680B
AK92-00680A
2203-000426
2203-005148
2203-005148
ASSY PCB-MAIN;DVD-P355/XEV,MAIN PCB ASSY
ASSY PCB-MAIN;DVD-P355/XEO,MAIN PCB ASSY
C-CER,CHIP;0.018NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AC200
AC21
AC22
AC23
AC25
2203-005148
2203-000315
2203-005148
2203-000125
2203-000315
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AC28
AC29
AD1
AD2
AD3
2203-001607
2203-000125
0407-000114
0407-000114
0407-000114
C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,DIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTDIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTDIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AD4
AD5
ADR1
AE10
AE11
0401-000008
0407-000114
2007-000080
2401-002165
2401-000913
DIODE-SWITCHING;DAN217,80V,100MA,SOT-23,
DIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTR-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AE13
AE15
AE16
AE17
AE3
2401-000913
2401-000438
2401-000302
2401-000598
2401-000913
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,25V,GP,-,5x11,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AE5
AE6
AE9
AHC1
AHC2
2401-000913
2401-000913
2401-002594
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;220uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AHE10
AHE20
AHIC1
AHR1
AHR2
2401-001250
2401-001250
1201-000163
2007-000102
2007-000102
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,5
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,5
IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AHR5
AHR6
AIC1
AIC4
AL2
2007-000075
2007-000075
1002-001395
1201-000163
3301-001419
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
IC-D/A CONVERTER;PCM1753,24Bit,SSOP,16P,
IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AQ1
AQ10
AQ11
AQ2
AQ3
0504-000128
0501-000341
0501-000341
0504-000156
0501-000341
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AQ4
AQ5
AQ6
AQ7
AQ8
0504-000128
0504-000156
0501-000341
0504-000128
0504-000156
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AQ9
0501-000002
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA812,PNP,150MW,SOT-23,
1
SA
Samsung Electronics
CIS Only
Other Only
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
AR100
AR14
AR15
AR16
2007-000113
2007-000090
2007-000075
2007-000075
R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR17
AR28
AR29
AR30
AR31
2007-000078
2007-000090
2007-000075
2007-000075
2007-000078
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR41
AR42
AR43
AR46
AR47
2007-000090
2007-000078
2007-000092
2007-000090
2007-000078
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR48
AR52
AR54
AR55
AR58
2007-000092
2007-000078
2007-000102
2007-000077
2007-000491
R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;470ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;2.2KOHM,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR59
AR60
AR61
AR62
AR63
2007-000079
2007-000125
2007-000075
2007-001134
2007-000070
R-CHIP;1.8Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;3.9Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;68ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR64
AR65
AR71
AR72
AR73
2007-000102
2007-000070
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
AR74
DCN1
DCN2
DOC4
DOE1
2007-000124
3708-000491
3708-001266
2203-005148
2401-000598
R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;23P,1mm,STRAIGHT,S
CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;11P,1MM,STRAIGHT,S
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
DOIC2
DOL1
DOL2
DOR3
DQ1
3707-001065
2901-001273
3301-001419
2007-000075
0501-000341
CONNECTOR-OPTICAL;PLUG,GP1FA550TZ,6dB,2.
FILTER-EMI SMD;50V,2A,-,220pF,3.2x1.6x0.
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
DQ2
DQ3
DR1
DR2
DR3
0501-000341
0501-000341
2007-000090
2007-000090
2007-000463
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTR-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;18ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
DR4
DR5
DR6
FC1
FC10
2007-000122
2007-000090
2007-001134
2203-000257
2203-005148
R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;68ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FC11
FC12
2203-001222
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;0.82NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
SA
SA
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7-1
Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
FC2
FC3
FC4
2203-001607
2203-000257
2203-000669
C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;27nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,1608,-
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
KQ11
KQ12
KQ13
0501-000279
0501-000279
0501-000279
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOT-
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
FC5
FC6
FC8
FC9
FE1
2203-000140
2203-000669
2203-005148
2203-000257
2401-002144
C-CER,CHIP;1.5nF,10%,50V,X7R,1608
C-CER,CHIP;27nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KQ14
KQ15
KQ16
KQ17
KQ2
0501-000279
0501-000279
0501-000279
0501-000341
0501-000341
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FE2
FE3
FIC1
FR1
FR10
2401-002144
2401-002144
1003-001735
2007-000130
2007-000092
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
IC-MOTOR DRIVER;FAN8026G3,SSOPH,28P,18.4
R-CHIP;39Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KQ3
KQ4
KQ5
KQ6
KQ7
0501-000341
0501-000341
0501-000341
0501-000341
0501-000341
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR11
FR12
FR13
FR14
FR15
2007-000129
2007-000329
2007-000094
2007-000078
2007-000129
R-CHIP;27Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;11Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;27Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KQ8
KQ9
KR1
KR10
KR100
0501-000341
0501-000341
2007-000074
2007-000072
2001-000527
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTR-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;47ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CARBON;22OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR16
FR19
FR2
FR23
FR24
2007-007277
2007-000090
2007-000090
2007-000086
2007-000086
R-CHIP;392ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR11
KR12
KR13
KR14
KR15
2007-000124
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR25
FR26
FR28
FR3
FR31
2007-000086
2007-000094
2007-007277
2007-000098
2007-000134
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;392ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;56Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;33Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR16
KR17
KR18
KR19
KR2
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000090
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR33
FR34
FR36
FR37
FR39
2007-000091
2007-000134
2007-000091
2007-000084
2007-000084
R-CHIP;12Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;33Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;12Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR20
KR21
KR22
KR23
KR24
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000078
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR4
FR41
FR42
FR43
FR44
2007-000129
2007-000090
2007-000491
2007-000491
2007-000091
R-CHIP;27Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;2.2KOHM,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;2.2KOHM,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;12Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR25
KR26
KR27
KR28
KR29
2007-000078
2007-000078
2007-000071
2007-000071
2007-000071
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
FR5
FR7
FR8
FR9
KC1
2007-000086
2007-000086
2007-000086
2007-000090
2203-005148
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;5.6Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR3
KR30
KR31
KR32
KR33
2007-000074
2007-000071
2007-000071
2007-000071
2007-000071
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KC2
KC3
KC4
KE1
KE2
2203-005065
2203-000140
2203-000440
2401-002144
2401-000414
C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,10V,Y5V,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1.5nF,10%,50V,X7R,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR34
KR35
KR36
KR37
KR4
2007-000084
2007-000084
2007-000124
2007-000071
2007-000090
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KE3
KIC1
KIC2
KIR1
KML1
2401-002165
AK09-00075B
1203-003526
0609-001188
AK07-00030A
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
IC MICOM;eFHP5842,SPINO,24PIN,-0.3V ~ 6
IC-VOL. DETECTOR;KA75290,TO-92,3P,4.58x4
MODULE REMOCON;VERTICAL,9.6MM,TR
LED DISPLAY;BCD-9030B,DVD-P250K,-,7,7,27
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KR5
KR6
KR7
KR8
KR9
2007-000083
2007-000123
2007-000084
2007-000090
2007-000090
R-CHIP;3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1.5Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
KQ1
KQ10
0501-000341
0501-000279
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOT-
1
1
SA
SA
KSW1
KSW2
3404-001261
3404-001261
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
1
1
SA
SA
7-2
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Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
KSW3
KSW4
KSW5
3404-001261
3404-001261
3404-001261
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
PES62
PES63
PFD01
2401-001370
2401-002438
3601-001123
C-AL;470uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,50V,WT,TP,6.3x11,5
FUSE-CARTRIDGE;250V,1.6A,TIME-LAG,CERAMI
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
KSW6
KSW7
LED1
PBR11
PBS01
3404-001261
3404-001261
0601-001587
3301-000297
AC27-92001M
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1
LED;ROUND,RED,3.1mm,635nm,3.8x5.2m
BEAD-AXIAL;25ohm,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,-,TP,-,-,
COIL-INDUCTOR;RH3.5X6.5RS,BEAD(RADIAL),-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PIC1
PIC2
PICS1
PICS2
PICS3
1203-002730
1203-002779
0604-001028
AC14-12006D
1203-000122
IC-PWM CONTROLLER;ICE2B0565,PDIP,8P,9.52
IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;G952T63U,SOT-223,3P,6
PHOTO-COUPLER;TR,50-600%,250mW,DIP-4,ST
IC;KA431Z,TO-92,TAPING
IC-NEGA.FIXED REG.;7908,TO-220,3P,-,PLAS
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PC1
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
2203-000257
2203-000257
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PICS4
PICS5
PLS01
PLS31
PPS12
1203-000293
1203-002185
AC29-00003A
AC27-12001N
2003-000994
IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;7808,TO-220,3P,-,PLAS
IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;3RD13,TO-220,4P,402MI
FILTER LINE NOISE;-,20mH MIN,-,-,COIL CHOKE;10UH-15%,RA,K-30,Q80,150KHZ,R-METAL OXIDE(S);33Kohm,5%,2W,AF,TP,3.9x
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PCD01
PCD02
PCD11
PCD12
PCF01
2201-000963
2201-000963
2305-001029
2201-000129
2301-001719
C-CERAMIC,DISC;1NF,20%,400V,Y5U,TP,9.5X6
C-CERAMIC,DISC;1NF,20%,400V,Y5U,TP,9.5X6
C-FILM,LEAD-PEF;10nF,10%,630V,TP,12x9x12
C-CERAMIC,DISC;0.1NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,TP,7X4M
C-FILM,LEAD;100nF,10%,275V,TP,17.5*6*12m
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PQS58
PQS59
PQS63
PQS64
PQS65
0501-000362
0501-000362
0501-000362
0504-000156
0504-000128
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1000MW,TO
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1000MW,TO
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1000MW,TO
TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PCF02
PCF11
PCF20
PCNS2
PCS32
2301-001719
2401-002608
2201-000379
3711-000203
2301-000129
C-FILM,LEAD;100nF,10%,275V,TP,17.5*6*12m
C-AL;33uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-CERAMIC,DISC;22NF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,9
CONNECTOR-HEADER;1WALL,2P,1R,7.92MM,STRA
C-FILM,LEAD-PEF;100nF,5%,50V,TP,10X9X4.3
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PQS66
PR2
PR3
PR4
PRD31
0501-000303
2001-000546
2001-000546
2001-000546
2007-000078
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA733,PNP,250mW,TO-92,T
R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M
R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M
R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PDF13
PDS01
PDS02
PDS03
PDS04
0402-001195
0402-001196
0402-001196
0402-001196
0402-001196
DIODE-RECTIFIER;F1T4,400V,1A,DO-204AC,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PRD32
PRF01
PRF10
PRF11
PRF17
2007-000075
2002-000121
2006-000262
2001-000527
2001-000527
R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-COMPOSITION;1Mohm,10%,1/2W,AA,TP,3.5x9
R-CEMENT;2.7ohm,10%,2W,CB,TP,7.5x11x20.
R-CARBON;22OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;22OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PDS11
PDS31
PDS33
PDS34
PDS35
0402-000012
0402-001195
0402-001194
0402-001439
0402-001195
DIODE-RECTIFIER;UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;F1T4,400V,1A,DO-204AC,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;SHG2D,200V,2A,-,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;-,100V,3A,SHK75-11,BK
DIODE-RECTIFIER;F1T4,400V,1A,DO-204AC,TP
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PRF20
PRF21
PRS13
PRS32
PRS33
2003-000119
2001-000290
2003-000994
2007-000078
2007-000043
R-METAL OXIDE;0.68ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-METAL OXIDE(S);33Kohm,5%,2W,AF,TP,3.9x
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PDS51
PDS59
PE1
PE2
PE3
0401-000101
0401-000101
2401-002165
2401-002165
2401-002165
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PRS34
PRS52
PRS55
PRS56
PRS57
2007-000256
0402-000127
2001-000062
2001-000449
2007-000491
R-CHIP;1.6Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
R-CARBON;470OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP;2.2KOHM,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PE4
PE5
PEF12
PEF14
PER10
2401-001479
2401-002165
2401-000598
2401-002608
2401-004086
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;33uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;68uF,°æ20%,450V,GP,BK,25.4x20m
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PRS58
PRS59
PRS60
PRS61
PTD1
2007-000102
2007-000491
2001-000290
2001-000449
AK26-00018B
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;2.2KOHM,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
TRANS SWITCHING;EER2828,DVD-P243K,-,FREE
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PES31
PES33
PES34
PES35
2401-004087
2401-003477
2401-003059
2401-003480
2401-000302
C-AL;68uF,°æ20%,400V,GP,BULK,22x20m
C-AL;330UF,20%,25V,LZ,TP,10X12.5MM,
C-AL;1000UF,20%,16V,WT,TP,10X16,5
C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PZD11
PZD21
PZS51
RC10
RC11
0403-001318
0403-000752
0403-000717
2203-005148
2203-005148
DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ4.3B,4.17-4.43V,500MW,DO
DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ22C,21.08-22.17V,500MW,D
DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ5.1B,4.94-5.2V,500MW,DOC-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PES38
PES52
PES54
PES55
PES57
2401-001358
2401-000598
2401-002144
2401-001358
2401-002144
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,WT,TP,8x11.5mm,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,WT,TP,8x11.5mm,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RC12
RC13
RC14
RC15
RC16
2203-001126
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-001662
2203-001662
C-CER,CHIP;0.68nF,10%,50V,X7R,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
PES58
PES59
2401-002438
2401-002144
C-AL;47uF,20%,50V,WT,TP,6.3x11,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
SA
SA
RC17
RC18
2203-001662
2203-001052
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.56nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
SA
SA
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Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
RC19
RC2
RC20
2203-000815
2203-005148
2203-000491
C-CER,CHIP;0.033NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,-
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SCC2
SCC3
SCC4
2203-005148
2203-000236
2203-000236
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
RC21
RC22
RC23
RC24
RC25
2203-000491
2203-002041
2203-000491
2203-005148
2203-000491
C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;0.47nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCC49
SCE49
SCE55
SCE70
SCE71
2203-000257
2401-002165
2401-001479
2401-000414
2401-000414
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RC28
RC29
RC30
RC31
RC32
2203-000257
2203-000257
2203-000257
2203-005148
2203-001662
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCIC2
SCIC3
SCJ1
SCL1
SCL2
1204-002139
1204-001927
3722-001359
2703-000125
2703-000125
IC-AUDIO PROCESSOR;MM1508,SOT,6P,-,PLAST
IC-AUDIO PROCESSOR;MM1501,SOT,6P,-,PLAST
JACK-SCART;21P,-,SN,BLK,#20-28
INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,2012
INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,2012
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RC33
RC34
RC35
RC36
RC37
2203-001662
2203-000440
2203-000257
2203-001662
2203-001662
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;5.6NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCQ1
SCQ2
SCQ3
SCQ4
SCQ5
0504-000128
0504-000128
0501-000002
0504-000128
0501-000002
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA812,PNP,150MW,SOT-23,
TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA812,PNP,150MW,SOT-23,
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RC4
RC5
RC6
RC7
RC8
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-001103
2203-001634
2203-001607
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;6.8nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;33nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,1.6m
C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCR1
SCR15
SCR19
SCR2
SCR20
2007-000078
2007-001164
2007-000119
2007-000120
2007-000119
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;560ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;680ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;560ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RC9
RD1
RE1
RE2
RE5
2203-005148
0407-000116
2401-002165
2401-002165
2401-002144
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
DIODE-ARRAY;DAP202K,80V,100mA,CK2-3,SOTC-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCR21
SCR3
SCR35
SCR36
SCR37
2007-000120
2007-000078
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
R-CHIP;680ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RIC1
RL3
RL5
RQ1
RQ2
AK13-00005A
2703-000398
2703-000398
0501-000279
0501-000279
IC ASIC;SP3723DE0PM,EXINO2,64,5,+135,Q
INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225
INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOTTR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA1182-Y,PNP,150mW,SOT-
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCR38
SCR39
SCR4
SCR6
VC10
2007-000102
2007-000102
2007-000074
2007-000074
2203-005148
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RR10
RR11
RR12
RR13
RR14
2007-000234
2007-000234
2007-000234
2007-000084
2007-000084
R-CHIP;1.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
VC11
VC17
VC20
VC50
VC6
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RR15
RR16
RR17
RR18
RR2
2007-000084
2007-000091
2007-007549
2007-000052
2007-000078
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;12Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.99Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
VC7
VC8
VC9
VCC1
VE1
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-000783
2401-002165
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RR20
RR21
RR22
RR3
RR4
2007-000312
2007-000134
2007-001010
2007-000078
2007-000312
R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216
R-CHIP;33Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;51Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
VE2
VE4
VE5
VE6
VE7
2401-000913
2401-001479
2401-001479
2401-002165
2401-002165
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
RR5
RR7
SCC1
SCC14
SCC15
2007-000084
2007-000381
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;13Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
VE8
VIC1
VIC2
VJ5
VJ7
2401-001479
1204-001978
1204-001748
2007-000070
2007-000070
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
IC-VIDEO PROCESS;LA73054,-,36P,-,SSOP,7V
IC-SELECTOR;MM1503XN,SOP,6P,63MIL,PLASTI
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SCC17
SCC18
2203-001607
2203-001607
C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608
1
1
SA
SA
VJACK1
VQ4
3722-002297
0501-000341
JACK-PIN;7P+1P(VHS),SN,BA-RD-BU-GR/RD-W
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC1623-L,NPN,200mW,SOT-
1
1
SA
SA
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Samsung Electronics
Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
VR28
VR29
VR30
2007-000070
2007-000084
2007-001164
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
ZC6
ZC7
ZC8
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
VR31
VR33
VR34
VR35
VR36
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC9
ZE1
ZE2
ZE3
ZE4
2203-005148
2401-002144
2401-002144
2401-002144
2401-002144
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
VR37
VR38
VR41
ZC10
ZC100
2007-000084
2007-000119
2007-000074
2203-005148
2203-000041
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;560ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.01NF,0.25PF,50V,C0G,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZE5
ZE6
ZE7
ZE8
ZE9
2401-001507
2401-001507
2401-001479
2401-001479
2401-001479
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x5,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x5,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC11
ZC12
ZC14
ZC15
ZC16
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZIC1
ZIC2
ZIC3
ZIC5
ZKR1
1204-002307
1105-001305
1107-001502
1103-001134
2007-000084
IC-DECODER;ZR36778,PQFP,208P,28x28mm,PLA
IC-DRAM;4S641632,1MX16X4BIT,TSOP,54P,4
IC-FLASH MEMORY;29LV160M,2Mx8Bit,TSOP,48
IC-EEPROM;24C040,512x8,SOP,8P,5.13x3.95m
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC17
ZC18
ZC19
ZC2
ZC20
2203-005148
2203-000815
2203-000815
2203-005148
2203-000815
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.033NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.033NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.033NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZL1
ZL2
ZL3
ZL30
ZL32
3301-001419
3301-001419
3301-001419
3301-000314
3301-000314
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,,
BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,,
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC21
ZC22
ZC23
ZC24
ZC25
2203-000815
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;0.033NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZL33
ZL4
ZL5
ZR10
ZR100
3301-000314
3301-001419
3301-000314
2007-001164
3301-001309
BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,,
BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3
BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,,
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
BEAD-SMD;47OHM,1608,500,TP,-,-,0.3
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC26
ZC27
ZC28
ZC29
ZC3
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZR11
ZR12
ZR13
ZR14
ZR15
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
2007-001164
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC30
ZC31
ZC32
ZC33
ZC34
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005065
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,10V,Y5V,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZR16
ZR17
ZR18
ZR19
ZR2
2007-001164
2007-007277
2007-000113
2007-000113
2007-000070
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;392ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC35
ZC36
ZC37
ZC39
ZC4
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-000552
2203-000552
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.02NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.02NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZR20
ZR21
ZR22
ZR23
ZR24
2007-000113
2007-000113
2007-000074
2011-000816
2007-000109
R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-NET;100OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP
R-CHIP;1Mohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC40
ZC41
ZC42
ZC43
ZC44
2203-000257
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZR26
ZR27
ZR28
ZR35
ZR36
2007-000070
2007-000074
2007-000074
2007-000084
2007-000084
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC45
ZC46
ZC47
ZC48
ZC5
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZR45
ZR46
ZR49
ZR50
ZR56
2007-000084
2007-000074
2007-000084
2007-000084
2007-000084
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
ZC51
ZC52
2203-005148
2203-005148
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
SA
SA
ZR61
ZR62
2007-000074
2007-000074
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
1
1
SA
SA
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Electrical Parts List
Loc.No Part No
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
ZR8
ZR9
ZY1
3301-001309
2007-001164
2801-003554
BEAD-SMD;47OHM,1608,500,TP,-,-,0.3
R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608
CRYSTAL-UNIT;27MHz,10ppm,28-AAM,12pF,40o
1
1
1
SA
SA
SA
H100
H401
DSW1
S.N.A
S.N.A
AK97-01011A
AK61-00358A
3403-001026
AH97-00448B
AK97-01005A
ASSY-DVD DECK;DP-17V,LEFT,BLACK
FRAME-MAIN;DP-17,ABS,SR-0320,94HB,BLK,T3
SWITCH-PUSH;5V,0.7mA,DPST,OFF-ON-OFF,ASSY-SUB MATERIAL;DP-7S,-,ASSY-HOUSING;DP-17,LEFT,BLACK
1
1
1
1
1
SNA
SNA
SA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
AK97-01006A
AK97-01105A
0205-001033
0205-001048
AK97-01106A
ASSY-HOLDER CHUCK;-,DP-16,ASSY-P U DECK;-,DP-16S,GREASE;PL-30G,W050030019,GREASE-BEARING;G-754,BRN,1Kg/6
ASSY-SUB DECK;-,DP-16S,SEM
1
1
0.5
0.01
1
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
AK41-00249A
AK41-00251A
AH31-00025A
AK66-00058A
AK61-00362A
FFC-DECK;DP-17,-,-,11P,-,1mm
PCB-DECK;DP-17,PHENOL,1,-,T1.6,-,-,-,-,
MOTOR-LOADING;RF-300EA-1D390,DP-7,170mA,
PULLEY-MOTOR;DP-17,POM,-,BLK,I3.5,O7.0,H
BRACKET-DECK OUTSERT;DP-16,POM,T1.2,-,-,
1
1
1
1
1
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
W010
W012
AH66-00077A
AK31-00006A
AK61-00361A
6003-001157
6002-001086
GEAR-FEED MOTOR;-,POM M90-44,-,-,-,-,-,MOTOR-FEED;RF-300EA-1D390,DP-9,90MA,-,-,
BRACKET-DECK;DP-16,SECC T1.2,T1.2,-,-,GR
SCREW-TAPTITE;PWH,+,B,M2,L6,ZPC(YEL),SWR
SCREW-TAPPING;PH,+,B,M1.7,L5.0,ZPC(YEL),
1
1
1
1
2
SNA
SNA
SNA
SA
SA
A001
VS001
VS052
C643
S.N.A
AK59-00011K
AK61-00138K
AK61-00139A
AK64-00330A
AK64-00332F
REMOCON-ASSY;DVD-P240/XAA,XAA,-,-,36,-,CASE-TOP;DVD-P240/XAA,ABS 94 HB,-,-,-,G
CASE-BOTTOM;VR-6036,ABS 94 HB,,,,GRY,
DOOR-BATTERY;VR-6036,ABS 94 HB,,,,-,GRY,
BUTTON-RUBBER;DVD-P241/XAA,SILICONE,-,-,
1
1
1
1
1
SA
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
AK97-00472A
AD99-40085Q
2203-000236
2203-000236
2203-005148
ASSY COMMON-REMOCON;VR-6036,-,ASSY COMMON-REMOCON,c;VR-6036,-,C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608
C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608
1
1
1
1
1
SNA
SNA
SA
SA
SA
CT1
AH09-00039C
AK41-00133A
2007-000070
AD99-50056U
2401-002206
IC MICOM;S3C1860-XXXX,-,20P,1.8~3.6V,-,
PCB;P4101-000097A,PHENOL,1,01,1.6,
R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608
ASSY COMMON-REMOCON,t;VR-6036,-,C-AL;47uF,20%,6.3V,GP,TP,5x7,5mm
1
1
1
1
1
SNA
SNA
SA
SNA
SA
LDT1
S.N.A
S.N.A
S.N.A
AD99-90091P
0601-000519
6902-000422
AC68-51211A
AK61-00154A
ASSY COMMON-REMOCON,m;VR-6036,-,LED-IR;ROUND,5mm,170mW,4V,940nm,BAG PE;LDPE,T0.08,W80,L300,TRP,-,-PE
LABEL-PASSED;REMOCON,ARP PAPER,-,-,-,-,SPRING ETC-REMOCON A(+);VR-6036,CS NI-CO
1
1
1
1
1
SNA
SA
SNA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
S.N.A
C457
XT01
AK61-00155A
AK61-00156A
AK64-00331A
2802-000148
SPRING ETC-REMOCON B(-);VR-6036,CS NI-CO
SPRING ETC-REMOCON C;VR-6036,CS NI-CO S
WINDOW-REMOCON;VR-6036,PC,-,-,-,-,VIO,RESONATOR-CERAMIC;455KHz,0.4%,BK,7.0x3.5
1
1
1
1
SNA
SNA
SNA
SNA
S.N.A
W001
W275
AC39-42001R
6003-000275
6003-001561
CABLE-A/V;PVC,-,-,3P,-,-,SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,B,M3,L10,BLK ,SWCH101
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,WT,B,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),S
1
4
7
SA
SA
SA
CT2
CT3
CT4
IC01
PCB
RT1
7-6
Loc.No Part No
I/B
P-CASE
AK68-00632G
AK69-00355E
Description ; Specification
Q’ty S.N.A Remark
MANUAL USERS;DVD-P355,XEL,GER/FRA/NL/ENG
PACKING CASE;DVD-P355B/XEL,SW-2,FLEXO,T5
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1
SA
SA
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8. Block Diagram
DECK ASS'Y (DP-16V)
Key Control
Remote Control
LED Module(KML1)
DISPLAY
BCD-9030B
KAIC1
Front Controller
(eFHP5842)
Pick-up & I/V Amp
OP/CL
Motor
Disc
Motor
Feed Motor
Post Filter
MODE
S/W
Post Filter
Post Filter
Post Filter
VIC1
S/W &
6dB amp
(LA73054)
Yout
Cout
CVBS
Y
Pb
Pr
ZIC3
2M FLASH
MEMORY
FIC1
Disc Motor & Actuator
(FAN8026)
RIC1 R/F IC
(ZR3723D)
ZIC1
ZORAN
(Vaddis-7)
(ZR36778QC)
Scart
Jack
A/V Decoder
&
DVD-Audio
MAIN-MICOM
Optical
Coaxial
AIC2
Audio DAC
(PCM 1753)
LPF/AMP
Lt
LPF/AMP
Rt
ZIC2 SDRAM
64MB 16Bit
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9. Wiring Diagram
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11. Schematic Diagrams
Note
11-1 Power Drive - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-2
11-2 Servo - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-3
11-3 AV-Decoder - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-4
11-4 Fromt Micom - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-5
11-5 Audio - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-6
11-6 Video - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11-7
For schematic Diagram
- Resistors are in ohms, 1/8W unless otherwise noted.
Special note :
Most semiconductor devices are electrostatically sensitive and therefore require the special handling techniques described under the
“electrostatically sensitive (ES) devices” section of this service manual.
Note :
Do not use the part number shown on this drawing for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts list (may be slightly
different or amended since this drawing was prepared).
Important safety notices :
Components identified with the mark
Use only the same type.
have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components.
Block Identification of PCB
Main PCB (Component Side)
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11-1
Schematic Diagrams
11-1 Power Drive
ON/ OFF
Standby: 0V
Play: 3.3V
11-2
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Schematic Diagrams
11-2 Servo
These are the waveforms of DVD-P355B.
Caution) There can be some differences (Voltage, Frequency, etc.) among cameras.
¨
¨ RF Waveform
Typical Waveform before Adjustment
Waveform after Correct Adjustment
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11-3
Schematic Diagrams
11-3 AV-Decoder
Analog Video Data
F/M, A/V Decoder
Audio Data
´
ˇ
´ GCLK-27MHz Waveform
ˇ PCLK-135MHz Waveform
These are the waveforms of DVD-P355B.
Caution) There can be some differences (Voltage, Frequency, etc.) among cameras.
11-4
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Schematic Diagrams
11-4 Fromt Micom
F/M Decoder Interface
MRST , ON/OFF
MRST
Standby: 0V
Play: 3.3V
ON/OFF
Standby: 0V
Play: 3.3V
ΠFSCL, FSDA Waveform
Œ
These are the waveforms of DVD-P355B.
Caution) There can be some differences (Voltage, Frequency, etc.) among cameras.
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Schematic Diagrams
11-5 Audio
Audio Data
Ø
Ø XCK Waveform
(DVD Play 12.288MHz)
Ø XCK Waveform
(CD Play 11.289MHz)
These are the waveforms of DVD-P355B.
Caution) There can be some differences (Voltage, Frequency, etc.) among cameras.
11-6
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Schematic Diagrams
11-6 Video
These are the waveforms of DVD-P355B.
Caution) There can be some differences (Voltage, Frequency, etc.) among cameras.
ˆ CVBS Waveform
Analog Video Data
ˆ
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11-7
Schematic Diagrams
MEMO
11-8
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12. Operating Instructions
SETUP
Description
Front Panel Controls
4 5
6 7
EZ VIEW
STANDBY/ON
12
3
9
8
1.
STANDBY/ON (
)
When STANDBY/ON is pressed on, the indicator goes
out and the player is turned on.
6.
EZ VIEW
The aspect ratio of a picture can easily be adjusted to
your TV's screen size (16:9 or 4:3).
2.
STANDBY indicator
When the unit is first plugged in, this indicator lights.
7.
OPEN/CLOSE (
)
Press to open and close the disc tray.
3.
SKIP (
/
) SEARCH
Allow you to search forward/backward through
a disc. Use to skip the title, chapter or track.
STOP (
)
Stops disc play.
8.
DISPLAY
Operation indicators are displayed here.
9.
DISC TRAY
Place the disc here.
4.
5.
PLAY/PAUSE (
)
Begin or pause disc play.
Front Panel Display
1
1.
Chapter/Track number indicator
2.
Total playing time/Displays various
messages concerning operations
such as PLAY, STOP, LOAD ...
no DISC: No disc loaded.
OPEN: The disc tray is open.
LOAD: Player is loading disc information.
2
ENG-8
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12-1
Operating Instructions
SETUP
Setup
Rear Panel
1
1
3
2
4
5
1.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT JACKS
- Use either an optical or coaxial digital cable to connect
to a compatible Dolby Digital receiver.
- Use either an optical or coaxial digital cable to connect
to an A/V Amplifier that contains a Dolby Digital,
MPEG2 or DTS decoder.
2.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT JACKS
- Use these jacks if you have a TV with Component
Video in jacks. These jacks provide PR, PB and Y video.
- If Component(P-SCAN) Video Output is selected in
Setup Menu, progressive scan mode will work.
- If Component(I-SCAN) Video Output is selected in
Setup Menu, interlaced scan mode will work.
3.
6
4.
VIDEO OUT JACK
- Use a video cable to connect to the Video input jack on
your television.
- The Video Output in Setup Menu must be set to
COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO.
5.
S-VIDEO OUT JACK
- Use the S-Video cable to connect this jack to the
S-Video jack on your television for higher picture
quality.
- The Video Output in Setup Menu must be set to
COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO.
6.
SCART JACK
- Connect to a TV scart input jack.
AUDIO OUT JACKS
Connect to the Audio input jacks of your television or
audio/video receiver.
Note
- Consult your TV User’s Manual to find out if your TV supports Progressive Scan (P-SCAN).
If Progressive Scan is supported, follow the TV User’s Manual regarding Progressive Scan settings in the
TV’s menu system.
- If Component (P-SCAN) Video Output is selected in Setup Menu, Video and S-Video Outputs do not work.
- See pages 53 ~ 54 to get more information on how to use the setup menu.
ENG-9
12-2
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Operating Instructions
SETUP
Tour of the Remote Control
1
11
1.
DVD POWER Button
Turns the power on or off.
2.
NUMBER Buttons
3.
PROG Button
Allows you to program a specific order.
4.
STEP Button
Advances play one frame at a time.
5.
SEARCH/SKIP Buttons (
,
/
/
Allow you to search forward/backward through a disc.
Use to skip the title, chapter or track.
2
3
4
12
13
14
5
6
7
15
16
8
17
18
6.
STOP Button (
7.
MENU Button
Brings up the DVD player’s menu.
8.
RETURN Button
Returns to a previous menu.
9.
REPEAT A-B Button
Allows you to repeat play A-B disc.
)
)
10. SUBTITLE Button
11. OPEN/CLOSE (
) Button
To open and close the disc tray.
12. CLEAR Button
Use to remove menus or status displays from the screen.
9
19
10
20
21
22
13. INSTANT REPLAY Button
This function is used to replay the previous 10 seconds of a
movie from the current position.
14. INSTANT SKIP Button
This function skips playback ahead 10 seconds.
15. PLAY/PAUSE Button (
Begin/Pause disc play.
)
16. INFO Button
Displays the current disc mode.
17. DISC MENU Button
Brings up the Disc menu.
…†œ √ Buttons
18. ENTER/…
This button functions as a toggle switch.
19. EZ VIEW Button
The aspect ratio of a picture can easily be adjusted according
to the screen size of your TV (16:9 or 4:3).
20. REPEAT Button
Allows you to repeat play a title, chapter, track, or disc.
21. ANGLE Button
Use to access various camera angles on a DVD.
22. AUDIO Button
Use this button to access various audio functions on a disc.
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12-3
Operating Instructions
Chapter 2
CONNECTIONS
The following shows examples of connections commonly used to connect the DVD player with a TV
and other components.
Before Connecting the DVD Player
- Always turn off the DVD player, TV, and other components before you connect or disconnect any
cables.
- Refer to the user’s manual of the additional components (such as a TV) you are connecting for
more information on those particular components.
Connections
Choosing a Connection
Connecting to a TV (SCART)
- Using the SCART, connect the SCART (EXT) terminal on the rear of the DVD Player to the
SCART(IN) terminal of your TV.
- If your TV is not equipped with a SCART you can select one of the following alterative connections:
Connection to a TV (Video CVBS)
1
Using video/audio cables, connect the VIDEO (yellow)/AUDIO
(red and white) OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to
the VIDEO (yellow)/AUDIO (red and white) IN terminals of your
TV.
2
Turn on the DVD player and TV.
RED
WHITE
Audio Cable
RED
WHITE
YELLOW
Video Cable
YELLOW
3
Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the
Video signal from the DVD player appears on the TV screen.
Note
- Noise may be generated if the audio cable placed too close to the power cable.
- If you want to connect to an Amplifier, please refer to the Amplifier connection page. (See pages 15 to 16)
- The number and position of terminals may vary depending on your TV set.
Please refer to the user's manual of your TV.
- If there is one audio input terminal on the TV, connect it to the [AUDIO OUT][left] (white) terminal of the DVD
player.
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CONNECTIONS
Connection to a TV (S-Video)
- Connecting to your TV using an S-Video cable.
- You will enjoy high quality images. S-Video separates the picture element into black and white(Y)
and color(C) signals to present clearer images than regular video input mode. (Audio signals are
delivered through the audio output.)
1
Using an S-Video cable (not included), connect the S-VIDEO
OUT terminal on the rear of the DVD player to the
S-VIDEO IN terminal of your TV.
2
Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white)
OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to the AUDIO (red
and white) IN terminals of your TV.
Turn on the DVD player and TV.
RED
3
Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the
S-Video signal from the DVD player appears on your TV
screen.
WHITE
Audio Cable
RED
S-Video Cable
(not included)
WHITE
4
Set the Video Output to COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO in the Display
Setup menu. (See pages 53 to 54)
Note
- If you want to connect to an Amplifier, please refer to the Amplifier connection page. (See pages 15 to 16)
- The number and position of terminals may vary depending on the TV set.
Please refer to the user's manual of your TV.
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Operating Instructions
CONNECTIONS
Connection to a TV (Interlace)
Connections
- Connecting to your TV using Component video cables.
- You will enjoy high quality and accurate color reproduction images. Component video separates
the picture element into black and white(Y), blue(PB), red(PR) signals to present clear and clean
images. (Audio signals are delivered through the audio output.)
1
Using component video cables (not included), connect the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD
player to the COMPONENT IN terminals of your TV.
2
Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white)
OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to the AUDIO (red
and white) IN terminals of your TV.
Turn on the DVD player and TV.
RED
3
BLUE
RED
Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the
Component signal from the DVD player appears on the TV
screen.
GREEN
WHITE
Audio Cable
Component cable
(not included)
RED
WHITE
RED
BLUE
GREEN
4
Set the Video Output to Component (I-SCAN) in the Display
Setup menu. (See pages 53 to 54)
Note
- If Video output is incorrectly set to COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO with the Component cables connected, the
screen will turn red.
- If you want to connect to an Amplifier, please refer to the Amplifier connection page. (See pages 15 to 16)
- The component terminal of your TV may be marked “R-Y, B-Y, Y” or “Cr, Cb, Y” instead of “PR, PB, Y”
depending on the manufacturer. The number and position of terminals may vary depending on the TV set.
Please refer to the user's manual of your TV.
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Operating Instructions
CONNECTIONS
Connection to a TV (Progressive)
1
Using component video cables (not included), connect the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD
player to the COMPONENT IN terminals of your TV.
2
Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white)
OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to the AUDIO (red
and white) IN terminals of your TV.
Turn on the DVD player and TV.
RED
3
BLUE
RED
Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the
Component signal from the DVD player appears on the TV
screen.
GREEN
WHITE
Audio Cable
Component cable
(not included)
RED
WHITE
RED
BLUE
GREEN
4
Set the Video Output to Component (P-SCAN) in the Display
Setup menu. (See pages 53 to 54)
To see the progressive video output,
-You
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to find
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supporting
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inputif your TV supports Progressive Scan.
If Progressive
Scan
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the TV menufollow
to the the TV User’s Manual regarding Progressive Scan settings
in the TV’s
progressive
scanmenu
input. system.
- Depending on your TV, the connection method may differ from the illustration above.
Note
- What is "Progressive Scan"?
Progressive scan has twice as many scanning lines as the interlace output method.
Progressive scanning method provides better and clearer picture quality.
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CONNECTIONS
Connection to an Audio System (2 Channel Amplifier)
Connections
1
Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white)
OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to the AUDIO (red
and white) IN terminals of the Amplifier.
2
Using the video signal cable(s), connect the VIDEO, S-VIDEO or
COMPONENT OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player to
the VIDEO, S-VIDEO or COMPONENT IN terminal of your TV
as described on pages 11 to 14.
3
RED
Turn on the DVD player, TV, and Amplifier.
WHITE
Audio Cable
RED
WHITE
2-Channel stereo amp
4
Press the input select button of the Amplifier to select external
input in order to hear sound from the DVD player.
Refer to your Amplifier's user manual to set the Amplifier's
audio input.
Note
- Please turn the volume down when you turn on the Amplifier. Sudden loud sound may cause
damage to the speakers and your ears.
- Please set the audio in the menu screen according to the Amplifier. (See pages 51 to 52)
- The position of terminals may vary depending on the Amplifier.
Please refer to the user's manual of the Amplifier.
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Operating Instructions
CONNECTIONS
Connection to an Audio System (Dolby digital, MPEG2 or DTS Amplifier)
1
If using an optical cable (not included), connect the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) terminal on the rear of the DVD player
to the DIGITAL AUDIO IN (OPTICAL) terminal of the Amplifier.
If using a coaxial cable (not included), connect the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) terminal on the rear of the DVD player
to the DIGITAL AUDIO IN (COAXIAL) terminal of the Amplifier.
2
Using the video signal cable(s), connect the VIDEO, S-VIDEO
or COMPONENT OUT terminals on the rear of the DVD player
to the VIDEO, S-VIDEO or COMPONENT IN terminal of your
TV as described on pages 11 to 14.
or
3
Coaxial Cable
(not included)
Optical Cable
(not included)
Turn on the DVD player, TV, and Amplifier.
Dolby digital or
DTS amp
4
Press the input select button of the Amplifier to select external
input in order to hear sound from the DVD player.
Refer to your Amplifier's user manual to set the Amplifier's
audio input.
Note
- When you connect the DVD player to DTS Amplifier and play a DTS disc, set the DTS to On in Audio
Setup menu. If it is set to Off, sound will not be heard, or there will be a loud sound.
- Please turn the volume down when you turn on the Amplifier. Sudden loud sound may cause
damage to the speakers and your ears.
- Please set the audio in the menu screen according to the Amplifier. (See pages 51 to 52)
- The position of terminals may vary depending on the Amplifier.
Please refer to the user's manual of the Amplifier.
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Operating Instructions
Chapter 3
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Playing a Disc
Before Play
- Turn on your TV and set it to the correct Video Input on the TV's remote control.
- If you connected an external Audio System, turn on your Audio System and set it to the correct
Audio Input.
Press
Touche
Drücken Sie
Pulsar
Basic
Functions
After plugging in the player, the first time you press the DVD POWER button, this screen
comes up: If you want to select a language, press a NUMBER button. (This screen will
only appear when you plug in the player for the first time.)
If the language for the startup screen is not set, the settings may change whenever you
turn the power on or off. Therefore, make sure that you select the language you want to
use.
Once you select a menu language, you can change it by pressing the
button on the
front panel of the unit for more than 5 seconds with no disc in the unit. Then the SELECT
MENU LANGUAGE window appears again where you can reset your preferred language.
1 for English
2 pour Français
3 für Deutsch
4 para Español
Premere
5 per Italiano
Druk op
6 voor Nederlands
Playback
1
Press the OPEN/CLOSE
( ) button.
The STANDBY indicator
light goes out and the tray
opens.
2
Place a disc gently into the
tray with the disc’s label
facing up.
▼
3
RESUME function
When you stop disc play, the player remembers
where you stopped, so when you press
PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button again, it will pick up
where you left off. (unless the disc is removed
or the player is unplugged, or if you press the
STOP ( ) button twice.)
Press the PLAY/PAUSE ( )
button or OPEN/CLOSE ( )
button to close the disc tray.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
4
Stopping Play
Press the STOP ( ) button
during play.
Note
- If the player is left in the stop mode for more than
one minute without any user interaction, a screen
saver will be activated. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
( ) button to resume normal play.
- If the player is left in the stop mode for more than
30 minutes, the power will automatically turn off.
(Automatic Power-Off Function)
5
Removing Disc
Press the OPEN/CLOSE
( ) button.
▼
6
Pausing Play
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
( ) or STEP button on the
remote control during play.
Screen stops, no sound.
To resume, press the PLAY/PAUSE (
once again.
) button
Note
If the player is left for about 5 minutes in pause
mode, it will stop.
▼
Each time the button is pressed, a new frame
will appear.
No sound is heard during STEP mode.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button to resume
normal play.
You can only perform step motion play in the
forward direction.
▼
No sound is heard during slow mode.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button to resume
normal play.
Reverse slow motion play will not work.
7
Step Motion Play (Except
CD)
Press the STEP button on
the remote control during
play.
8
Slow Motion Play (Except
CD)
Press and hold the
SEARCH ( ) button to
choose the play speed
between 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 of
normal during PAUSE or
STEP mode.
Note
This (
) icon indicates an invalid button press.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Using the Search and Skip Functions
During play, you can search quickly through a chapter or track, and use the skip function to jump to
the next selection.
Searching through a Chapter or Track
▼
During play, press the
SEARCH ( or ) button
on the remote control for
more than 1 second.
If you want to search at a faster speed on the
DVD, VCD or CD, press and hold the button.
DVD
2X, 8X, 32X, 128X
VCD
4X, 8X
CD
2X, 4X, 8X
- The speed marked in this function may be
different from the actual playback speed.
- No sound is hearing during search mode
(Except CD).
Basic
Functions
Note
Skipping Tracks
During play, press the SKIP
(
or
) button.
- When playing a DVD, if you press the SKIP ( )
button, it moves to the next chapter. If you press
the SKIP ( ) button, it moves to the beginning
of the chapter. One more press makes it move to
the beginning of the previous chapter.
- When playing a VCD 2.0 in Menu Off mode, or a
VCD 1.1 or a CD, if you press the SKIP ( )
button, it moves to the next track. If you press
the SKIP ( ) button, it moves to the beginning
of the track. One more press makes it move to
the beginning of the previous track.
- If a track exceeds 15 minutes when playing a
VCD and you press the
button, it moves
forward 5 minutes. If you press the
button,
it moves backward 5 minutes.
Note
When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
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Operating Instructions
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Using the Display Function
When Playing a DVD/VCD/CD/MPEG4
▼
You can select Info in the function menu by
pressing the MENU button.
▼
When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
1
During play, press the INFO
button on the remote
control.
2
DVD
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired item.
01
02
0:00:13
ENG 5.1CH
Off
VCD
01
0:00:43
CD
01
0:00:48
MPEG4
01
0:00:13
MP3 1/8
None
640x272
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
▼
3
Press the œ/√ buttons to
make the desired setup and
then press the ENTER
button.
You may use the number buttons of the remote
control to directly access a title, chapter or to
start the playback from a desired time.
4
Basic
Functions
To make the screen
disappear, press the INFO
button again.
Note
To access the desired title when there is more than one in the disc.
For example, if there is more than one movie on a DVD, each movie will be identified.
Most DVD discs are recorded in chapters so that you can quickly find a specific passage (similar to
tracks on an audio CD).
Allows playback of the film from a desired time. You must enter the starting time as a reference.
The time search function does not operate on some discs.
Refers to the film's soundtrack language.
In the example, the soundtrack is played in English 5.1CH.
A DVD disc can have up to eight different soundtracks.
The MP3, AC3 and WMA are supported.(DivX)
Refers to the subtitle languages available in the disc.
You will be able to choose the subtitle languages or, if you prefer, turn them off from the screen.
A DVD disc can have up to 32 different subtitles.
(DivX)
File Size has a relationship with resolution of a title.
The larger file size is, the higher resolution is displayed.
If the file resolution is small, it scales up automatically. So you can see the larger screen.
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Operating Instructions
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Using the Disc and Title Menu
Using the Disc Menu (DVD)
1
During the playback of a
DVD disc, press the MENU
button on the remote
control.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Disc Menu, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Press ENTER key
for Disc Menu
Note
- Depending on a disc, the Disc Menu may not
work.
- You can also use the Disc Menu, using the DISC
MENU button on the remote control.
- In VCD 2.0 the DISC MENU button is used to
select Menu On or Menu Off mode.
Using the Title Menu (DVD)
1
During the playback of a
DVD disc, press the MENU
button on the remote
control.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Title Menu, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Press ENTER key
for Title Menu
Note
- Depending on a disc, the Title Menu may not
work.
- Title Menu will only be displayed if there are at
least two titles in the disc.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Using the Function Menu
Using the Function Menu (DVD/VCD)
1
Press the MENU button
during playback.
Basic
Functions
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Function, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
- Info (See pages 20 to 21)
- Zoom (See page 34)
- Bookmark
(See pages 32 to 33)
- Repeat (See pages 24 to 25)
- EZ View
(See pages 27 to 28)
Zoom
Bookmark
Repeat
EZ View
▼
3
Info
Press the …/† buttons
to select one of the five
functions. Then press
the √ or ENTER button
to access the function.
You can also directly select these functions
using their respective buttons on the remote
control.
- INFO
- EZ VIEW
- REPEAT
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Repeat Play
Repeat the current track, chapter, title, a chosen section (A-B), or all of the disc.
When playing a DVD/VCD/CD
1
Press the REPEAT button
on the remote control.
Repeat screen appears.
▼
2
DVD
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select Chapter, Title, or A-B,
then press the ENTER
button.
Off
01
T
01 A-B
REPEAT
ENTER
01 A-B
REPEAT
ENTER
VCD/CD
Off
T
01
D
DVD repeats play by chapter or title, CD and
VCD repeat play by disc or track.
Chapter ( ): repeats the chapter that is
playing.
Title ( ): repeats the title that is playing.
Disc ( ): repeats the disc that is playing.
Track ( ): repeats the track that is playing.
A-B: repeats a segment of the disc that you
select.
Using the A-B Repeat function
1. Press the REPEAT A-B button at the point where you want repeat play to start (A).
B is automatically highlighted.
2. Press the REPEAT A-B button at the point where you want the repeat play to stop (B).
- To return to normal play, press the CLEAR button.
Note
A-B REPEAT does not allow you to set point (B) until at least 5 seconds of playback time has
elapsed after point (A) has been set.
3
To return to normal play,
press REPEAT button
again, then press the œ/√
buttons to select Off and
press ENTER button.
DVD
Off
01
T
01 A-B
REPEAT
ENTER
VCD/CD
Off
T
01
D
01 A-B
REPEAT
ENTER
Note
- Depending on a disc, the Repeat function may
not work.
- When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Slow Repeat Play
This feature allows you slowly to repeat scenes containing sports, dancing, musical instruments
being played etc., so you can study them more closely.
When playing a DVD/VCD
1
During play, press the
PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button.
Basic
Functions
2
Press and hold the
SEARCH ( ) button to
choose the play speed
between 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 of
normal during PAUSE or
STEP mode.
▼
The disc will play from A to B repeatedly at the
speed you chose.
▼
3
To set A-B REPEAT, set (A) first, then set (B)
after the following slow play time has elapsed:
1/8x: wait 40 seconds, then press B
Press the REPEAT button
on the remote control.
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select A-B.
4
Press the ENTER button at
the point where you want
repeat play to start (A).
B is automatically
highlighted. Press the
ENTER button at the point
where you want the repeat
play to stop (B).
1/4x: wait 20 seconds, then press B
1/2x: wait 10 seconds, then press B
5
To return to normal play,
press the CLEAR button
and then press the
PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button.
Note
When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Program Play & Random Play
Program Play (CD)
Program Play allows you to select the order in which you want tracks to play.
1
During play, press the
PROG button.
2
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select PROGRAM.
Press the ENTER button.
PROGRAM
œ√
RANDOM
▼
3
Press the …/†/œ/√ buttons
to select the first track to
add to the program.
Press the ENTER button.
The selection numbers
appear in the Program
Order box.
PROGRAM 01
Track
01
05
09
13
02
06
10
14
03
07
11
15
Program Order
04
08
12
16
------
------
------
------
- To return to the previous menu screen, press
the RETURN button.
- To cancel the selected program order, press
the CLEAR button.
- This unit can support a maximum of 20
programmed tracks.
4
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
( ) button.
The disc will be played in
programmed order.
Random Play (CD)
Random Play plays a disc's tracks in random order.
1
Press the PROG button.
2
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select RANDOM.
Press the ENTER button.
PROGRAM
œ√
RANDOM
Note
- Depending on a disc, the Program and Random
Play functions may not work.
- While in playback mode, press the CLEAR button
on the remote control to cancel Program Play or
Random Play.
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Operating Instructions
Chapter 4
A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Adjusting the Aspect Ratio (EZ View)
To play back using aspect ratio (DVD)
▼
WIDE SCREEN
EZ VIEW
To make the aspect ratio bar disappear,
press the CLEAR button.
Advanced
Functions
Press the EZ VIEW
button.
- The screen size
changes when the
button is pressed
repeatedly.
- The screen zoom mode
operates differently
depending on the screen
setting in the Display
Setup menu.
- To ensure correct
operation of the EZ
VIEW button, you should
set the correct aspect
ratio in the Display
Setup menu.
(See pages 52 to 53).
If you are using a 16:9 TV
For 16:9 aspect ratio discs
For 4:3 aspect ratio discs
- WIDE SCREEN
Displays the content of the DVD title in 16:9 aspect ratio.
- Normal Wide
Displays the content of the DVD title in 16:9 aspect ratio.
The picture will look horizontally stretched.
- SCREEN FIT
The top and bottom portions of the screen are cut off. When
playing a 2.35:1 aspect ratio disc, the black bars at the top
and bottom of the screen will disappear. The picture will
look vertically stretched. (Depending on a type of disc, the
black bars may not disappear completely.)
- ZOOM FIT
The top, bottom, left and right of the screen are cut off and
the central portion of the screen is enlarged.
- SCREEN FIT
The top and bottom portions of the screen are cut off and
the full screen appears.
The picture will look vertically stretched.
- ZOOM FIT
The top, bottom, left and right portions of the screen are cut
off and the central portion of the screen is enlarged.
- Vertical Fit
When a 4:3 DVD is viewed on a 16:9 TV, black bars will
appear at the left and right of the screen in order to prevent
the picture from looking horizontally stretched.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
If you are using a 4:3 TV
For 16:9 aspect ratio discs
For 4:3 aspect ratio discs
- 4:3 Letter Box
Displays the content of the DVD title in 16:9 aspect ratio.
The black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the
screen.
- Normal Screen
Displays the content of the DVD title in 4:3 aspect ratio.
- 4:3 Pan Scan
The left and right portions of the screen are cut off and the
central portion of the 16:9 screen is displayed.
- SCREEN FIT
The top and bottom portions of the screen are cut off and a
full screen appears.
The picture will look vertically stretched.
- SCREEN FIT
The top and bottom portions of the screen are cut off and
the full screen appears.
The picture will look vertically stretched.
- ZOOM FIT
The top, bottom, left and right portions of the screen are cut
off and the central portion of the screen is enlarged.
- ZOOM FIT
The top, bottom, left and right of the screen are cut off and
the central portion of the screen is enlarged.
Note
This function may behave differently depending on the type of disc.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Selecting the Audio Language
You can select a desired audio language quickly and easily with the AUDIO button.
Using the AUDIO button (DVD/VCD/CD/MPEG4)
1
Press the AUDIO button.
The Audio changes when
the button is pressed
repeatedly.
- The audio languages
are represented by
abbreviations.
DVD
ENG DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1CH
AUDIO
Stereo
Advanced
Functions
VCD/CD
When playing a VCD or CD,
you can select among
Stereo, Right or Left.
AUDIO
MPEG4
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select the desired Audio on
a MPEG4 then press the
ENTER .
PCM 1/2
2
To remove the AUDIO
icon, press the CLEAR or
RETURN button.
Note
- This function depends on audio languages are
encoded on the disc and may not work.
- A DVD disc can contain up to 8 audio
languages.
- To have the same audio language come up
whenever you play a DVD; Refer to “Using the
Audio Language” on page 48.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Selecting the Subtitle Language
You can select a desired subtitle quickly and easily with the SUBTITLE button.
Using the SUBTITLE button (DVD/MPEG4)
1
Press the SUBTITLE
button.
The subtitle changes when
the button is pressed
repeatedly.
The subtitle languages are
represented by
abbreviations.
DVD
Off
SUBTITLE
MPEG4
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select the desired subtitle
language on a MPEG4 then
press the ENTER .
2
To remove the SUBTITLE
icon, press the CLEAR or
RETURN button.
NONE
Note
- Depending on DVDs, you have to change the
desired subtitle in the Disc Menu. Press the
DISC MENU button.
- This function depends on what subtitles are
encoded on the disc and may not work on all
DVDs.
- A DVD disc can contain up to 32 subtitle
languages.
- To have the same subtitle language come up
whenever you play a DVD;
Refer to “Using the Subtitle Language” on
page 49.
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Operating Instructions
A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Changing the Camera Angle
When a DVD contains multiple angles of a particular scene, you can use the ANGLE function.
Using the ANGLE button (DVD)
If the disc contains multiple angles, the ANGLE appears on the screen.
1
Press the ANGLE button,
then the ANGLE icon will
appear with the current
angle number and the
number of angles
available.
2
4/6
ANGLE
Note
If the disc has only one angle, this feature won’t
work. Currently, very few discs have this
feature.
Using the Instant Replay/Skip Function
Advanced
Functions
Press the ANGLE button
repeatedly to select the
desired angle. To remove
the ANGLE icon, press the
CLEAR or RETURN
button.
Using the Instant Replay function (DVD)
If you miss a scene, you can see it again using this function.
Press the INSTANT
REPLAY button.
- The current scene
moves backward about
10 seconds, and plays
back.
Using the Instant Skip function (DVD)
Use this function to skip playback about 10 seconds ahead of the current scene.
Press the INSTANT SKIP
button.
- Playback will skip ahead
10 seconds.
Note
Depending on the disc, these functions may not
work.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Using the Bookmark Function
This feature lets you bookmark sections of a DVD or VCD (Menu Off mode) so you can quickly find
them at a later time.
Using the Bookmark Function (DVD/VCD)
1
During play, press the
MENU button on the
remote control.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Function, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Info
Zoom
Bookmark
Repeat
EZ View
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Bookmark, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Info
Zoom
Bookmark
Repeat
EZ View
4
When you reach the
scene you want to mark,
press the ENTER button.
Up to three scenes may
be marked at a time.
Note
- When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
- Depending on a disc, the Bookmark function may
not work.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Recalling a Marked Scene
1~3
The first 1~3 steps are the
same as those for “Using
the Bookmark Function”
on page 32.
4
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select a marked scene.
Advanced
Functions
5
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
(
) button to skip to
the marked scene.
Clearing a Bookmark
1~3
The first 1~3 steps are the
same as those for “Using
the Bookmark Function”
on page 32.
4
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select the bookmark
number you want to delete.
5
Press the CLEAR button
to delete a bookmark
number.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Using the Zoom Function
Using the Zoom Function (DVD/VCD)
1
During play or pause
mode, press the MENU
button on the remote
control.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Function, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Info
Zoom
Bookmark
Repeat
EZ View
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Zoom, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Info
Zoom
Bookmark
Repeat
EZ View
▼
4
Press the …/† or œ/√
buttons to select the part
of the screen you want to
zoom in on.
Press the ENTER button.
During DVD play, press ENTER to zoom in
2X/4X/2X/Normal in order.
During VCD play, press ENTER to zoom in
2X/Normal in order.
Note
When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
DVD AUDIO Playback
1
Open the disc tray.
Place the DVD AUDIO disc on the tray.
- Place the DVD AUDIO disc with the labeled side up.
Close the tray.
- The tray closes and disc plays.
▼
You can select Info in the function menu by
pressing the MENU button.
▼
When playing VCD 2.0, this function works only
when the menu is off.
▼
You may use the number buttons of the remote
control to directly access a Group, Track, Page
or to start the playback from the desired time.
2
During play, press the INFO
button on the remote
control.
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired item.
DVD-AUDIO
01
01
Advanced
Functions
3
01
0:00:13
4
Press the œ/√ buttons to
make the desired setup and
then press the ENTER
button.
5
To make the screen
disappear, press the INFO
button again.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Note
(DVD-AUDIO)
Most DVD AUDIO discs are recorded in Groups you can change Groups with this Function.
Bonus Group playback.
Some DVD AUDIO discs have Bonus groups. If you want to play a Bonus group, you must enter the
Bonus Group code. The code is usually on the DVD AUDIO disc case.
(DVD-AUDIO)
To access the desired Track when there is more than one on the DVD AUDIO disc.
(DVD-AUDIO)
If pages are included with the DVD-AUDIO disc, you can see this icon.
To access the desired page, you can use this Function.
Slide
(DVD-AUDIO)
If a slide show is included with the DVD-AUDIO disc, you can see this icon.
V-zone
(DVD-AUDIO)
If a video zone is included with the DVD-AUDIO disc, you can see this icon.
(DVD-AUDIO)
Allows playback of music from a desired time by using the number buttons.
Page, Index Function
1
Note
Depending on a disc, this function may not work.
Use Page icon of display
function to Skip the Page
when there is more than one
in a group.
- Some DVD-AUDIO discs
include a slide show. In the
slide show mode, this
function can not be used.
- PAGE is still images.
You can see the still
images when a DVDAUDIO disc is played back.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
REPEAT Play
1
Press the REPEAT button
on the remote control.
Repeat screen appears.
Title ( ): repeats the title that is playing.
Group ( ): repeats the group that is playing.
▼
Press the œ/√ buttons to
select Title, Group, then
press the ENTER button.
▼
2
- LPCM : Linear Pulse Code Modulation.
Not compressed Audio data format.
- PPCM : Packet Pulse Code Modulation.
Lossless compressed Audio data
format.
DVD-AUDIO
Off
01
01
Advanced
Functions
AUDIO Format Display
1
During DVD AUDIO
playback, press the AUDIO
button to see AUDIO Format
information.
DVD-AUDIO
PPCM 5.1CH
Note
Some DVD-AUDIO discs don’t allow audio
down-mixing.
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Operating Instructions
A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Clips Menu for MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4
Discs with MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 contain individual songs and/or pictures that
can be organized into folders as shown below. They are similar to how you use your
computer to put files into different folders.
Open the disc tray.
Place the disc on the tray.
Close the tray.
The tray closes and this
screen displays.
Off
ROOT
ROOT
WMA
JPEG
MP3
MPEG4
Parent Folder, Current Folder Folders and Files in
Current Folder
and Peer Folders
-
: Name of currently playing file.
-
: MP3 file icon.
-
: Current Playback Time.
-
: WMA file icon.
-
: Current Playback Mode : There are four
modes. They can be selected in order by
pressing the REPEAT button.
- Off: Normal Playback
- Track: Repeats the current track.
- Folder: Repeats the current folder.
- Random: Files in the disc will be played
in random order.
-
: JPEG file icon.
-
: AVI file icon.
-
: Folder icon.
-
: Current Folder icon.
Folder Selection
The folder can only be selected in the Stop mode.
- To select the Parent Folder
Press the RETURN button to go to the parent folder,
or press the …/† buttons to select “..” and
press ENTER to go to the parent folder.
- To select the Peer Folder
Press the œ/√ buttons to highlight the left window.
Press the …/† buttons to select the desired folder,
then press ENTER.
Root
WMA
JPEG
Parent Folder
MP3
MUSIC
- To select the Sub-Folder
Press the œ/√ buttons to highlight the right window.
Press the …/† buttons to select the desired folder,
then press ENTER.
Current Folder
1st
Sub-Folders
2nd
SONG FILE 1
Peer Folders
SONG FILE 2
SONG FILE 3
MPEG4 FILES
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
MP3/WMA Playback
1
Open the disc tray.
Place the disc on the tray.
Close the tray.
Off
ROOT
ROOT
WMA
JPEG
MP3
MPEG4
▼
2
Press the …/† or œ/√
buttons to select a song
file.
Press ENTER to begin
playback of the song file.
When a disc that contains both MP3
and WMA files, only one type will play,
not both.
Off
00:00:23
B e c a u s e Yo u
..
WMA
B e c a u s e Yo u
JPEG
MP3
MPEG4
Advanced
Functions
ROOT
Cactus
Sad Dayu
Wonderful
Repeat/Random playback
1
Press the REPEAT button to
change the playback mode.
There are four modes: Off,
Track, Folder and Random.
- Off: Normal Playback
- Track: Repeats the current song file.
- Folder: Repeats the song files which have the same extension
in the current folder.
- Random: Song files which have the same extension will be
played in random order.
To resume normal play, press the CLEAR button.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
CD-R MP3/WMA file
When you record MP3 or WMA files on CD-R, please refer
to the following.
- Your MP3 or WMA files should be ISO 9660 or JOLIET
format.
ISO 9660 format and Joliet MP3 or WMA files are
compatible with Microsoft's DOS and Windows, and with
Apple's Mac. This format is the most widely used.
- Use a decompression transfer rate of at least 64Kbps
when recording WMA files.
Sound quality with WMA files basically depends on the rate
of compression/decompression you choose.
Getting CD audio sound requires an analog/digital sampling
rate, that is conversion to WMA format, of at least 64Kbps
and up to 192Kbps.
Conversely, files with decompression rates below 64Kbps
or over 192Kbps will not be played properly.
- When naming your MP3 or WMA files, do not exceed 8
characters, and enter “.mp3, .wma” as the file
extension.
General name format : Title.mp3. or Title.wma. When
composing your title, make sure that you use 8 characters
or less, have no spaces in the name, and avoid the use of
special characters including: (.,/,\,=,+).
- Do not try recording copyright protected MP3 files.
Certain "secured" files are encrypted and code protected to
prevent illegal copying. These files are of the following
types: Windows MediaTM (registered trade mark of Microsoft
Inc) and SDMITM (registered trade mark of The SDMI
Foundation). You cannot copy such files.
- Use a decompression transfer rate of at least 128 Kbps
when recording MP3 files.
Sound quality with MP3 files basically depends on the rate
of compression/decompression you choose. Getting CD
audio sound requires an analog/digital sampling rate, that is
conversion to MP3 format, of at least 128 Kbps and up to
160 Kbps. However, choosing higher rates, like 192
Kbps or more, only rarely give better sound quality.
Conversely, files with decompression rates below 128 Kbps
will not be played properly.
- Important:
The above recommendations cannot be taken as a
guarantee that the DVD player will play MP3 recordings, or
as an assurance of sound quality. You should note that
certain technologies and methods for MP3 file recording on
CD-Rs prevent optimal playback of these files on your DVD
player (degraded sound quality and in some cases, inability
of the player to read the files).
- This unit can play a maximum of 3000 files and 300 folders
per disc.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
MPEG4 Playback
MPEG4 Play Function
AVI files are used to contain the audio and video data. Only AVI format files with the
“.avi” extensions can be played.
1
Open the disc tray.
Place the disc on the tray.
Close the tray.
Off
ROOT
ROOT
WMA
JPEG
MP3
MPEG4
2
Press the …/† or œ/√
buttons to select an avi file
(DivX/XviD), then press the
ENTER button.
Advanced
Functions
Off
ROOT
.R. O O T
WMA
WMA
JPEG
JPEG
MP3
MP3
MPEG4
MPEG4
Repeat Playback
1
Press the REPEAT button
to change playback mode.
There are 4 modes, such
as Off, Folder, Title and
A-B (a distance between
two points appointed by
user).
- Folder : Repeats the AVI files which have the same extension
in the current folder.
- Title : repeats the title that is playing.
- A-B : repeats a segment of the file that you select.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
MPEG4 Function Description
Function
Description
During play, press the
or
button, it moves forward
)
or backward 5 minutes.
During play, press the SERACH
( or ) button and press
Search
again to search at a faster
(
or
) speed. Allows you to search
at a faster speed in an AVI
file. (2X, 4X, 8X)
Allows you to search at a
Slow Motion slower speed in an AVI file.
Play
(1/8X, 1/4X, 1/2X)
Each time the STEP button
Step Motion is pressed, a new frame will
Play
appear.
Skip
(
or
ZOOM
2X/4X/2X/Normal in order
CD-R AVI file
Reference page
-
-
P 18
This unit can play the following video compression formats
within the AVI file format:
- DivX 3.11 contents
- DivX 4 contents (Based on MPEG4 Simple Profile)
- DivX 5 contents (MPEG4 simple profile plus additional
features such as bi-directional frames. Qpel and GMC are
also supported.)
- XviD MPEG4 compliant Contents.
This unit supports all resolutions up to maximum below.
P 18
P 34
- These functions may not work depending on MPEG4 file.
DivX3.11 & DivX4 & XviD
DivX5
Bitrate may fluctuate:
Device may skip decoding
the high bitrate portions
and begin decoding again
when Bitrate returns to
normal.
720 x 480 @30fps
720 x 576 @25fps
: Maximum bitrate : 4Mbps
Note
- Some MPEG4 files created on a personal computer may not be play back.
That is why Codec Type, Version and Higher resolution over specification is not supported.
- This unit supports CD-R/RW written in MPEG4 in accordance with the “ISO9660 format”.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
Picture CD Playback
Off
1
Select the desired folder.
ROOT
ROOT
WMA
JPEG
MP3
MPEG4
2
Off
Press the …/† buttons to
select a Picture file in the
clips menu and then press
the ENTER button.
ROOT
..
WMA
1
JPEG
2
MP3
3
MPEG4
3
Note
- If no buttons on the remote control are pressed
for 10 seconds, the menu will disappear.
ENTER RETURN
Press the INFO button to display
the menu.
Press the œ/√ buttons to select the
menu you want to view, then press
the ENTER button.
- Press the STOP button to return to the clips
menu.
- When playing a Kodak Picture CD, the unit
displays the Photo directly, not the clips menu.
•
TIMER:
: Returns to the Album Screen.
• To see the next six pictures, press the
• To see the previous six pictures, press the
Changing
Setup Menu
Slide Show
Album Screen
ENTER RETURN
button.
button.
Rotation
•
: Each time the ENTER button is pressed, the
picture rotates 90 degrees clockwise.
: The unit enters slide show mode.
• Before beginning the Slide Show, the picture interval must be
set. Press the œ/√ buttons to select a desired icon, then
press the ENTER button.
Zoom
: Press the …/† or œ/√ buttons to select the part of the
screen you want to zoom in on.
Press the ENTER button. Each time the ENTER button
is pressed, the picture is enlarged up to 4X.
(2X ➝ 4X ➝ 2X ➝ Normal)
•
: The pictures change automatically with about a 6
second interval.
•
: The pictures change automatically with
about a 12 second interval.
•
: The pictures change automatically with
about a 18 second interval.
Note
- Depending on a file size, the amount of time between each picture may be different from the set interval
time.
- If you don’t press any button, the slide show will start automatically in about 10 seconds by default.
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A D VA N C E D F U N C T I O N S
CD-R JPEG Discs
- Only files with the “.jpg” and “.JPG” extensions can be played.
- If the disc is not closed, it will take longer to start playing and not all of the recorded files may be played.
- Only CD-R discs with JPEG files in ISO 9660 or Joliet format can be played.
- The name of the JPEG file may not be longer than 8 characters and should contain no blank spaces or special characters
(. / = +).
- Only a consecutively written multi-session disc can be played. If there is a blank segment in the multi-session disc, the disc can
be played only up to the blank segment.
- A maximum of 3000 images can be stored on a single CD.
- Kodak Picture CDs are recommended.
- When playing a Kodak Picture CD, only the JPEG files in the pictures folder can be played.
- Kodak Picture CD: The JPEG files in the pictures folder can be played automatically.
- Konica Picture CD: If you want to see the Picture, select the JPEG files in the clips menu.
- Fuji Picture CD: If you want to see the Picture, select the JPEG files in the clips menu.
- QSS Picture CD: The unit may not play QSS Picture CD.
- If the number of files in 1 Disc is over 3000, only 3000 JPEG files can be played.
- If the number of folders in 1 Disc is over 300, only JPEG files in 300 folders can be played
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Chapter 5
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Using the Setup Menu
The Setup menu lets you customize your DVD player by allowing you to select various language
preferences, set up a parental level, even adjust the player to the type of television screen you
have.
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button on the remote
control.
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Œ
´
ˇ
Language Setup : Setup of the Language.
Audio Setup : Setup of the Audio Options.
Display Setup : Setup of the Display Options. Use to select which type of screen you want to
watch and several display options.
¨ Parental Setup : Setup of the Parental Level. Allows users to set the level necessary to prevent
children from viewing unsuitable movies such as those with violence, adult
subject matter, etc.
ˆ DivX(R) Registration : Please use the Registration code to register this player with the DivX(R)
Video On Demand format. To learn more go to www.divx.com/vod.
Changing
Setup Menu
2
Press the …/† buttons to
access the different
features. Press the √ or
ENTER button to access
the sub features.
3
To make the setup screen
disappear after setting up,
press the MENU button
again.
Note
Depending on the disc, some Setup Menu
selections may not work.
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CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Setting Up the Language Features
If you set the player menu, disc menu, audio and subtitle language in advance, they will come up
automatically every time you watch a movie.
Using the Player Menu Language
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Language Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
4
Press the …/† buttons to
select Player Menu, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Player Menu
: English
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
Audio
: English
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
DivX Subtitle
: Western
√
▼
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired
language, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
PLAYER MENU LANGUAGE
Player Menu
English
- The language is selected and the screen
returns to Language Setup menu.
- To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
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CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Using the Disc Menu Language
This function changes the text language only on the disc menu screens.
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Language Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
Press the …/† buttons to
select Disc Menu, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Changing
Setup Menu
4
LANGUAGE SETUP
Player Menu
: English
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
Audio
: English
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
DivX Subtitle
: Western
√
▼
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired
language, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
DISC MENU LANGUAGE
English
Disc Menu
- Select “Others” if the language you want is
not listed.
- If the selected language is not recorded on
the disc, the original pre-recorded language is
selected.
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Others
- The language is selected and the screen
returns to Language Setup menu.
- To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
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CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Using the Audio Language
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Language Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
4
Press the …/† buttons to
select Audio, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Player Menu
: English
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
Audio
: English
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
DivX Subtitle
: Western
√
▼
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired
language, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
AUDIO LANGUAGE
Audio
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Original
Others
- Select “Original” if you want the default
soundtrack language to be the original
language the disc is recorded in.
- Select “Others” if the language you want is
not listed.
- If the selected language is not recorded on
the disc, the original pre-recorded language is
selected.
- The language is selected and the screen
returns to Language Setup menu.
- To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
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CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Using the Subtitle Language
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Language Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
4
: English
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
Audio
: English
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
DivX Subtitle
: Western
√
Changing
Setup Menu
Press the …/† buttons to
select Subtitle, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Player Menu
▼
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired
language, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Subtitle
Automatic
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Others
- Select “Automatic” if you want the subtitle
language to be the same as the language
selected as the audio language.
- Select “Others” if the language you want is
not listed. Some discs may not contain the
language you select as your initial language;
in that case the disc will use its original
language setting.
- The language is selected and the screen
returns to setup menu.
- To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
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CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Using the DviX Subtitle Language
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Language Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
4
Press the …/† buttons to
select DivX Subtitle, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Player Menu
: English
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
Audio
: English
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
DivX Subtitle
: Western
√
▼
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired
language, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
DivX SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
DivX Subtitle
- The language is selected and the screen
returns to setup menu.
- To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Westren
Central
Greek
Cyrillic
Western
English, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Dutch,
Faroese, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German,
Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese,
Spanish and Swedish
Central
English, Albanian, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian,
Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene and
Serbian(Latin)
Greek
English and modern Greek
Cyrillic
English, Russian, Bulgarian, Belorussian,
Macedonian, Moldavian, Serbian(Cyrillic),
Ukrainian
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Setting Up the Audio Options
Audio Options allows you to setup the audio device and sound status settings
depending on the audio system in use.
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Audio Setup, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
Setup
: PCM
MPEG-2 Digitla Out
: PCM
DTS
: Off
Dynamic Compression
: On
PCM Down Sampling
: On
To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Changing
Setup Menu
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired item,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
AUDIO SETUP
Dolby Digital Out
▼
4
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Œ
Dolby Digital Out
- PCM : Converts to PCM(2CH) audio.
- Bitstream : Outputs Dolby Digital Bitstream via digital output.
Select Bitstream when connecting to a Dolby Digital Decoder.
Note
- There is no analog audio output when you play a DTS disc.
´
MPEG-2 Digital Out
- PCM : Converts to PCM(2CH) audio.
- Bitstream : Converts to MPEG-2 Digital Bitstream (5.1CH or 8CH).
Select Bitstream when using the Digital Audio Output.
ˇ
DTS
- Off : Doesn’t output digital signal.
- On : Outputs DTS Bitstream via digital output only.
Select DTS when connecting to a DTS Decoder.
¨
Dynamic Compression
- On : To select dynamic compression.
- Off : To select the standard range.
ˆ
PCM Down Sampling
- On : Select this when the Amplifier connected to the player is not 96KHz compatible.
In this case, the 96KHz signals will be down converted to 48KHZ.
- Off : Select this when the Amplifier connected to the player is 96KHz compatible.
In this case, all signals will be output without any changes.
Note
Even when PCM Down sampling is Off
• Some discs will only output down sampled audio through the digital outputs.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Setting Up the Display Options
Display options enable you to set various video functions of the player.
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Display Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
Press the …/† buttons to
select the desired item,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
DISPLAY SETUP
TV Aspect
: Wide
Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Messages
: On
Black Level
: Off
TV System
: PAL
Video Output
: SCART
√
√
To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Changing
Setup Menu
▼
4
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
Œ
MENU
TV Aspect
Depending on a type of television you have,
you may want to adjust the screen setting
(aspect ratio).
- 4:3 Letter Box : Select when you want to
see the total 16:9 ratio screen DVD
supplies, even though you have a TV with a
4:3 ratio screen. Black bars will appear at
the top and bottom of the screen.
- 4:3 Pan Scan : Select this for conventional
size TVs when you want to see the central
portion of the 16:9 screen. (Extreme left and
right side of movie picture will be cut off.)
- 16:9 Wide : You can view the full 16:9
picture on your wide screen TV.
- PAL : In case of using PAL disc
• If your TV system only has NTSC-Video
input, you must choose “NTSC”.
• If your TV system only has PAL input, you
must choose “PAL ”.
Ø
TV ASPECT
4:3 Lettre Box
4:3 Pan Scan
16:9 Wide
´
Still Mode
These options will help prevent picture shake
in still mode and display small text clearer.
- Auto : When selecting Auto, Field/Frame
mode will be automatically converted.
- Field : Select this feature when the screen
shakes in the Auto mode.
- Frame : Select this feature when you want
to see small letters more clearly in the Auto
mode.
Video Output
Select Video Output.
- COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO : Select when you
want to use Video and S-Video Out.
- Component (I-SCAN) : Select when you want
to use Component Interlace (525i) Out.
- Component (P-SCAN) : Select when you want
to use Component Progressive (525p) Out.
- SCART Output : Select when you want to
use Scart Out.
• RGB : Select when you want to use
SCART RGB Out.
• Video : Select when you want to use
SCART Video Out.
• If the Yes/No selection in the Display Setup
sub Menu is not made within 10 seconds,
the screen returns to the previous menu.
DISPLAY SETUP
TV Aspect
: Wide
Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Messages
: On
Black Level
: Off
√
TV System
: PAL
Video Output
: SCART
√
DISPLAY SETUP
COMPOSITE/S-VIDEO
ˇ
Component (I-SCAN)
Screen Messages
Use to turn on-screen messages On or Off.
Component (P-SCAN)
SCART Output
√
RGB
S-Video
Video
¨
Black Level
Adjusts the brightness of the screen. (On or
Off) It does not function in Progressive mode.
ˆ
TV System
- NTSC : In case of using NTSC disc
• If your TV system only has PAL-Video input,
you must choose “PAL”. When you choose
“PAL”, Interlace output format is PAL 60 Hz
output.
• If your TV system only has NTSC, input you
must choose “NTSC ”.
• Consult your TV User’s Manual to find
out if your TV supports Progressive
Scan. If Progressive Scan is supported,
follow the TV User’s Manual regarding
Progressive Scan settings in the TV’s
menu system.
• If Video Output is set incorrectly, the
screen may be blocked.
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Setting Up the Parental Control
The Parental Control function works in conjunction with DVDs that have been assigned a rating,
which helps you control the types of DVDs that your family watches. There are up to 8 rating levels
on a disc.
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Parental Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
Press the √ or ENTER
button to select Yes if you
want to use a password.
The Enter Password
screen appears.
Changing
Setup Menu
4
PARENTAL SETUP
Use Password
: No
▼
5
Enter your password.
The Re-enter Password
screen appears to confirm
the password. Enter your
password again.
The player is locked ( ).
CREATE PASSWORD
To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Enter Password
----
CREATE PASSWORD
Re-enter Password
----
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Setting Up the Rating Level
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Parental Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
Setup
4
PASSWORD CHECK
Enter your password.
Enter Password
----
5
Press the …/† buttons to
select Rating Level, then
press the √ or ENTER
button.
PARENTAL SETUP
Use Password
: Yes
Rating Level
:8
Change Password
√
√
▼
6
Press the …/† buttons to
select the Rating Level
you want, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
e.g) Setting up in Level 6.
RATING LEVEL
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
8 Adult
7
6
5
4
3
2
1 Kids Safe
To make the setup menu disappear, press the
MENU button.
For example, if you select up to Level 6, discs
that contain Level 7,8 will not play.
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Operating Instructions
CHANGING SETUP
MENU
Changing the Password
1
With the unit in Stop
mode, press the MENU
button.
2
Press the …/† buttons to
select Setup, then press
the √ or ENTER button.
Setup
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
Language Setup
√
Audio Setup
√
Display Setup
√
Parental Setup :
√
DivX(R) Registration
√
3
Press the …/† buttons to
select Parental Setup,
then press the √ or
ENTER button.
The Enter Password
screen appears.
Enter your password.
Setup
▼
Press the …/† button to
select Change
Password, then press the
√ or ENTER button.
Enter your new password.
Re-enter the new
password again.
PARENTAL SETUP
Use Password
: Yes
Rating Level
:8
To make the setup menu disappear, press
the MENU button.
Changing
Setup Menu
4
√
√
Change Password
CHANGE PASSWORD
Enter New Password
----
CHANGE PASSWORD
Re-enter Password
----
Note
If you have forgotten your password, see
“Forgot Password” in the Troubleshooting Guide.
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13. Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-1 Power
13-1-1 Comparsion between Linear Power Supply and S.M.P.S.
13-1-1 (a) Linear
Vin
Vreg
REGULATOR
+
Vp
(Np) –
Common power
(Ex.120V 60Hz)
+
+
Vs
– (Ns)
Fig.13-1 Linear Power Supply
◆ Waveform/Description
Vp
0
Input : Common power to transformer (Vp).
t
Fig. 13-2
Vs
0
The output Vs of transformer is determined by the ratio
of 1st Np and 2nd Ns.
Vs = (Ns/Np) x Vp
t
Fig. 13-3
Vout
0
t
Vout is output (DC) by diode and condensor.
Fig. 13-4
Samsung Electronics
13-1
Circuit Operating Descriptions
◆ Advantages and disadvantages of linear power supply
Change by common power
1) Advantages : Little noise because the output waveform
of transformer is sine wave.
2) Disadvantages :
ΠAdditional margin is required because Vs is changed (depending on power source). (The regulator
loss is caused by margin design).
´ Greater core size and condensor capacity are needed, because the transformer works on a single
power frequency.
v
Vout
Vreg
0
t
Regulator loss
Fig. 13-5
13-1-1 (b) S.M.P.S. (Pulse Width Modulation)
Vin
Transformer
(Np)
(Ns)
+
+
(Vp)
(Vs)
—
—
REGULATOR
+
+
Vin
Vout
+
—
PICF1
CTL IC
PWM CTL + MOS Fet
Fig. 13-6
◆ Terms
1) 1st : Common power input to 1st winding.
2) 2nd : Circuit followings output winding of transformer.
3) f (Frequency) : Switching frequency (T : Switching cycle)
4) Duty : (Ton/T) x 100
13-2
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-1-2 Circuit description [FLY-Back PWM(Pulse Width Modulation)] Control
13-1-2 (a) AC Power Rectification/Smoothing Terminal
1) PDS01, PDS02, PDS03, PDS04 : Convert AC power to DC(Full wave rectification).
2) PER10 : Smooth the voltage converted to DC.
3) PCD01, PCD02, PBS01 : Noise removal at power input/output.
4) PVA1 : SMPS protection at power surge input.
13-1-2 (b) SNUBBER Circuit : PDS11, PCD12, PRS13, PCD11, PPS12
1) Prevent residual high voltage at the terminals of
switch during switch off/Suppress noise.
High inverted power occurs at switch (PQR11) off,
because of the 1st winding of transformer :
(V=-L1 xdi/dt. L1 : Leakage Induction)
A very high residual voltage exist on both terminals
of PIC1 4, 5~8pin because dt is a very short.
Vswitch
Inverted power
by leakage
inductance
dt
0
t
2) SNUBBER circuit protects PQR11 from damage
through leakage voltage suppression by RC,
(Charges the leakage voltage to PDS11, PER13,
PCD12 and discharges to PRS11, PRS12).
Toff
Fig. 13-7
13-1-2 (c) Driving circuit
When Vin supplied, driving current Ig occurs throuhg the PICF1. By this I1 (=Hfe x Ig) occurs throug the PIC1
and the Vb is inducted to base winding coil NB. By inducted Vb, Ib start flow and the VCC voltage of PQR11 is
sustained stable. Ib is constant and I1 increases in Proportion to time. After constant time passed Ib become to
shortage and PIC1 is cut OFF (S/W OFF).
Samsung Electronics
13-3
Circuit Operating Descriptions
PTDI
PDS34
Vout
NP
Ns
Ig
R
Ig
Vin
Snubber
R
Vs
+
PES34
I2
GND
D
+
Ib
C
VB
VB
Ib
Vb
Drain
VCC
Softs
POWER-CTL
I2
C
R
FB
Mos-Fet
I1
GND
VD-G
0
<
Off
<
C
<
ON
<
Icease
R
PICF1
Fig. 13-8 Driving Circuit
13-4
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-1-2 (d) Feedback Control Circuit
PTDI
PDS34
Vout
NP
Ns
Ig
Vin
Snubber
R
Ig
R
Vs
I2
+
PES34
GND
D
+
Ib
C
VB
VB
Drain
VCC
Softs
POWER-CTL
C
R
FB
Mos-Fet
GND
Icease
R
C
A
K
PICF1
Fig.13-9
◆ Operation descriptions
1) Internal OP-Amp ‘+’ base potential of PICS2 is 2.5V and external “-” input potential is connected with PRS33
and PRS34 to maintain Vout of 4.4V.
2) If load of 4.4V terminal increase (or AC inout voltage decrease) and Vout decrease over 4.4V,
Then : PICS2 “R” potential decrease over 2.5V --> PICS2 A-K BASE Current decrease --> PICS2 A-K Current
decrease --> PICS1 DIODE Current decrease --> PICS1 C-E Current decrease --> PICS1 C-E Voltage increase -->
PICS1 F-B Voltage increase --> OUT DUTY increase TRANS Primary Cuttent Increase --> TRANS Primary
Power increase --> Vout increase --> Vout maintain 4.4V
- PRD31, PRD32 : Reduce 4.4V overshoot.
- PRS32, PCS32 : Prevent PICS2 oscillation (for phase correction).
Samsung Electronics
13-5
Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-1-3 Internal Block Diagram
◆ Internal Block Diagram
Smoothing
Circuit
Noise
Removal
(SNUBBER)
3.3V Rectified
Smoothing Circuit
3.3V Rectified
VoltageCircuit
5V Rectified
Smoothing Circuit
5V Rectified
VoltageCircuit (x2)
Converter
Rectified Circuit
Line Filter
Motor 8V
1 Port
PWM IC
Control Circuit
8V Rectified
Smoothing Circuit
Feed
Back
Circuit
O
U
T
P
U
T
12V Rectified
VoltageCircuit
Power IN
(AC85V~240V)
Fig.13-10
13-6
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-2 RF
13-2-1 RIC1 (SP3723)
SP3723 is combined with Zoran Vaddis 6 as bipolar IC developed for DVD SERVO system.
Main features include DVD waveform equalizing, CD waveform equalizing, focus error signal generation, 3-beam
tracking error signal generation, DPD 1-beam tracking error, defect, MIRR output, Laser Power Control, etc.
13-2-1 (a) Basic Potentiometer
SP3723 Uses 3.5V to 5.5V and reference voltage is 1.65V.
13-2-1(b) RF signal
Fig. 13-11 shows the flow of signal generated by the pick-up.
RF signal detected from pick-up is converted in to RF signal via RF interface and attennuators.
A, B, C, D signals detected from pick-up are converted in to FE, TE, PI, CE, DEFECT signals.
Fig. 13-11
Samsung Electronics
13-7
Circuit Operating Descriptions
Fig.13-12 shows the waveform-equalizing block diagram for the RF signal.
RF signal from the pick-up is the input of RF equalizer module of RIC1 (SP3723).
103
103
H
AIP
AIN
RFSIN
G
RF EQ
RFAC
CAR
K
SIGR
RF (FROM P/U)
h
FCCR
102
J
ATON
ATOP
j
Fig.13-12
13-8
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-3 System Control
13-3-1 Outline
The main micom peripheral circuit is composed of 1Mbyte Flash Memory (ZIC3) for Microcode and data save, 2Kbit
EE-PROM (ZIC5) for permanent storage of data needed at power off, 64Mbit SDRAM (ZIC2) for temporary data
read and write.
The Micom (ZIC1 ; Vaddis 7) mounted in main board analizes the key commands of front panel or instructions of
remote control and controls the devices on board to execute the corresponding commands after initializing the
devices connected with micom on board at power on.
13-3-2 Block Diagram
RIC1
RF AMP
(SP3723)
AIC1
D/A CONVERTER
(DSD1608)
ZIC1
MPEG DECODER
CPU (VADDIS 7)
DATA BUS
ZIC5
EEPROM
(4K bit)
ZIC3
FLASH MEMORY
2 Mbyte
ADDRESS
Fig. 13-13
Samsung Electronics
13-9
Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-4 Servo
13-4-1 Outline
SERVO system of DVD is Compoced of Focusing SERVO, Tracking SERVO, SLED Linked SERVO and CLV
SERVO (DISC Motor Control SERVO).
1) Focusing SERVO : Focuses the optical spot output from object lens onto the disc surface. Maintains a uniform
distance between object lens of Pick-up and disc (for surface vibration of disc).
2) Tracking SERVO : Make the object lens follow the disc track in use of tracking error signal (created from Pick-up).
3) SLED Linked SERVO : When the tracking actuator inclines outwardly as the object lens follows the track during
play, the SLED motor moves slightly (and counteracts the incline).
4) CLV SERVO (DISC Motor Control SERVO) : Controls the disc motor to maintain a constant linear velocity
(necessary for RF signal).
13-4-2 Block Diagram
7
26 25
13 14
28
27
1
OPEN
2
5
6
CLOSE
7
TM1
4
TM+
SP+
SP-
3
10
11
LED
FIC1
POWER
11
GND
7
ZIC1(Vaddis 6E)
10
ZIC1(Vaddis 6E)
TM+
TM1
SP+
SP-
6
4
18
17
15
20
16
8
9
Fig.13-14
13-10
Samsung Electronics
Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-4-3 Operation
1) FOCUSING SERVO
(1) FOCUS INPUT
The focus loop is changed from open loop to closed loop, and the triangular waveform moves the object lens up
and down (at pin 167 of ZIC1 during Focus SERVO ON.) At that time, S curve is input to pin 181 of ZIC1.
PZ (pin 183 of ZIC1) signal, summing signal of PD A, B, C, D, is generated, and zero cross(1.65V) point occurs when
S curve is focused and ABCD signal exceeds a preset,constant value. The focus loop is changed to
closed loop, and the object lens follows the disc movement, maintaining a constant distance from the disc.
(these operations are same in CD and DVD).
Pin 167 of ZIC1 (FOD)
Vref
Pin 181 of ZIC1 (FE)
Vref
Pin 183 of ZIC1 (AAF_PZ)
1.5V
Fig. 13-15
(2) PLAY
When focus loop closes the loop during focus servo on, both are controlled by VREF
voltage (approx. 1.65V).
2) TRACKING SERVO
(1) NORMAL PLAY MODE
ΠFor DVD
Composite : The signal output from PD A, B, C, D of Pick-up, the tracking error signal (pin39 of RIC1) uses the
phase difference of A+C and B+D in RIC1, and inputs to ZIC1. Then, it is output to ZIC1 pin 169 via digital
equalizer, and applied to the tracking actuator through FIC3.
Pin 69 of ZIC1 is controlled by VREF(approx. 1.65V) during normal play.
Meanwhile, DVD repeats the track jump from 1 to 4 in inner direction at normal play (because data- read speed
from disc is faster than data output speed on screen).
´ For CD, VCD
Receive the signal output through E, F of Pick-up, from ZIC1. The tracking error signal is similar to DVD.
Samsung Electronics
13-11
Circuit Operating Descriptions
(2) SEARCH Mode :
Search mode : Fine seek,(Moving the tracking actuator slightly little below 255 track) and coarse search, moving
much in use of sled motor. The coarse search will be described in sled linked servo and now, the fine seek is
explained shortly.
If the object lens is located near target, cut off the tracking loop and give the control signal as many as desired
count to move the tracking actuator via ZIC1 pin 169 terminal(TRD).
3) SLED LINKED SERVO
• Normal play mode
Move SLED motor slightly by means of PWM signal in ZIC1 pin 191, as the tracking actuator moves along with
track during play. Control to move the entire Pick-up as the tracking actuator moves.
• Coarse serach mode
In case of long-distance search (such as chapter serach), ZIC1 uses MIRR and Global sense signal.
Then, read ID and compute the existing track count after input of next track.
If the existing track count is within fine seek range, tracking begins using fine seek.
4) CLV SERVO(DISC MOTOR CONTROL SERVO)
Input RF signal (from Pick-up) to ZIC1 pin 172, 173.
Detect SYNC signal from RF in ZIC1, and output PWM signal to ZIC1 pin 189 for constant linear velocity.
13-12
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-5 DVD Data Processor
13-5-1 Outline
The Vaddis 7(highly-integrated device) includes the full front-end disc controller, back-end decoder functions as
well as the host control CPU.
The principal off-chip components include the disc drive with its optical pickup, tray, sled and spindle drivers
and motors, 16Mbits of flash MEMORY, 128Mbits of SDRAM, and the audio Digital-to-Analog converters some
applications.
In case of general disc refresh, the memory is almost filled up periodically. It is because Write rate to memory after
disc playback and signal process is faster than Read of A/V decoder. When the memory is filled, this status is reported by interrupt to main micom, which controls the servo to kick back the pick-up to the previous track after memorizing the last data read from disc until now. It takes some times to jump to the previous track and return to the
original(jump location) again. The memory will have an empty space because A/V decoder reads out data of memory.
When the memory has an empty space, where data can be processed and written and the pick-up correctly gets to
the original location(before kick back location) again, it reads data again avoids the interrupt of data read previously. The basic operation repeats to perform as described above.
13-5-2 Block Diagram
68M bit
4
8026
16M bit
Fig.13-16
Samsung Electronics
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Circuit Operating Descriptions
13-6 Video
13-6-1 Outline
ZIC1(A/V decoder with video encoder) diverges from the 27MHz crystal, then generates VSYNC and HSYNC.
ZIC1(A/V decoder with video encoder) does RGB encoding, copy guard processing and D/A conversion of 8bit
video data internally inputted from video decoder block by ZIC1.
Video signal converted into analog signal is outputted via amplifier of analog part.
Video data
A/V Decoder
Vaddis 7 With
Video Encoder
ZIC1
CVBS
CVBS
Y/R/V
Y
C/B/U
C
CVBS/G/Y
Y
CVBS
Y
LOW
PASS
FILTER
(6MHz)
6dB
AMP
&
75ohm
Drive
C
Y
Pb
Pr
Pb
Pr
MM1623
SCART
Jack
ZR36721
HDMI
Digital Video data
Fig. 13-17 Video Output Block Diagram
13-6-2 NTSC/PAL Digital Encoder (VADDIS 7 ; Built in video encode)
ZIC1 inputted from pin 161 with 27MHz generates HSYNC and VSYNC which are based on video signal.
ZIC1 is synchronous signals with decoded video signal and control the output timing of 8bit video signal.
The separate signal is encoded to NTSC by control of ZIC1.
The above signals, which are CVBS (Composite Video Burst Synchronized)/G (GREEN)/Y,
Y (S_VIDEO)/R (RED)/Pr and C (S_VIDEO)/B (BLUE)/Pb [PIN162], are selectively outputted CVBS +S_VIDEO,
RGB/Component by the rear switch. In Course of encoding, 8bit data can extend to 10bit or more.
To convert the extended data to quantization noise as possible, ZIC1 adopts 10bit D/A converter.
ZIC1 perform video en-coding as well as copy protection.
13-6-3 Amplifier (VIC1: LA73054)
VIC1 is 6dB amplifier.
Based on CVBS signal, the final output level must be 2Vpp without 75ohm terminal resitance.
Because the level of video encoder output is only 1.1Vpp, the level is adjusted with the special amplifier.
When mute of pin 5 is high active, if the pin is floating and connecte to power, the output signal is never
ouputted.
CVBS, Y, C, R, Pb(B), Pr(R) outputted from video encoder are inputted to VIC1 (Pin 2, 8, 6, 16, 14).
The signal to which gain is adjusted by amplifier is outputted from jack via 75ohm Resistance (VR11~VR16).
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13-7 Audio
13-7-1 Outline
A/V decoder (ZIC1 ; Vaddis 7) is supply to DATA 0 for 2-channel mixed audio output.
The audio data transmitted from A/V decoder (ZIC1 ; Vaddis 7) are converted into analog signal via audio D/A
converter and outputted via post filter and amplifier.
CD and VCD are outputted with only 2 channels audio data and transmit them to Data 0.
If DVD of multichannel Source disc, if is downmixed and transmit them to Data0.
If you want to listen to the multichannel output, you have to connect digital output with AC-3 amp or
MPEG/DTS amp.
Mixed Audio Output (2-Channel)
ZIC1
(Vaddis 7)
A/V Decoder
DATA0
LRCK
BCK
AIC1
PCM1753
D/A CONVERTER
POST FILTER
AMP
L
POST FILTER
AMP
R
Fig. 13-18 Audio Output Block Diagram
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14. Reference Information
14-1 Introduction to DVD
14-1-1 The Definition of DVD
DVD is the next generation medium and is the acronym of the Digital Versatile Disc or thr Digital Video Disc,
which maximizes the saving density of the disk surface using the MPEG-2 compression technology to enable the
storage of 17G bytes of data on the same size CD.
1) 7 times the storage capacity of the conventional CD
•Minimized the track pitch and pit size to 1/2 of conventional CD.
•Uses red laser with short-wavelenght of 650nm (635nm).
• DVD Vs. CD-ROM
CD-ROM
CD-R/RW
DVD-ROM
DVD-R/RW
DVD-RAM
Disc Thickness
1.2mm
1.2mm
0.6*2mm
0.6*2mm
0.6*2mm
Lens NA
0.45
0.45(0.5)
0.6
0.6
0.6
Laser wavelenght
780um
780um
650um
650um
650um
Track pitch
1.6pm
1.6pm
0.74pm
0.74pm
0.615pm
Capacity
0.65GB
0.65GB
4.7GB
4.7GB
4.7GB
Track structure
Pit train
Groove
Pit train
Groove
Land/Groove
2) Disc Formats
DVD consists of two 0.6mm discs attached together, enabling access to the upper and lower side of the disk,
and 4 sides could be used at maximum.
Single Layer : 4.7GByte
Label
Polycarbonate
Bonding layer
Reflective layer
Polycarbonate
Dual Side Single Layer : 9.5GByte
Polycarbonate
Reflective layer
Bonding layer
Reflective layer
Polycarbonate
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Dual Layer : 8.5GByte
Label
Polycarbonate
Reflective layer
Bonding layer
Semi-reflective layer
Polycarbonate
Dual Side Dual Layer : 17GByte
Polycarbonate
Semi-reflective layer
Reflective layer
Bonding layer
Reflective layer
Semi-reflective layer
Polycarbonate
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14-1-2 DVD Types
FORMAT
TYPE
DVD-Video
Playback Only
DVD-ROM
Read Only
DVD-Audio
Playback Only
DVD-R
1 Time Recording
Rewritable
APPLICATIONS
High quality image and sound for movies and other video media.
Multi-functional, multi-media software that requires large storage capacity.
High quality sound that exceeds the CD, multi-channel Audio.
As with CD-R, write only once
This can be virtually used as hard-disk, with a random
DVD-RAM
(more than 100,000times)
Rewritable
read-write access
Similar to DVD-RAM except than its technology features
DVD-RW
(About 1000times)
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14-2 DVD-Video Fromat
14-2-1 Main Features
1) Able to store up to 160 minutes of Movie by utilizing the MPEG-2 compression technology. ( Aver. 133min.)
2) Enables more than 500 lines of horizontal resolution. (Class corresponding to the Master Tapes used in
broadcasting stations)
3) Provides Dolby Digital 5.1ch Surround 3D sound, which enables theater quality sound (NTSC area).
• For PAL areas, 1 of either MPEG-2 Audio or Dolby Digital must be selected.
4) Multi-Language
• Able to store up to 8 languages of dubbing.
• Able to store up to 32 subtitle languages.
5) Multi-Aspect Ratio
3TV Mode alternatives ; 16:9 Wide Screen (DVD Basic)/4:3 Pan & Scan/Letter Box.
6) Multi-Story
Possible to implement Interactive Viewing which enables the user to select the scenario.
7) Multi-Angle
Able to view the camera angle you selected among the scenes recorded with multiple camera angles.
Note ; The above media features must have the DVD Title that contains the appropriate contents to function
properly.
14-2-2 Audio & Video Specifications
Classification
VIDEO
DVD-Video
Video-CD
Compression
MPEG-2
MPEG-1
Pixel
720 x 480
352 x 240
Horizontal resolution
Max. 500 Lines
Max. 250 Lines
Compression rate
1/40
1/140
Transmission speed
Max. 9.8Mbps (variable)
1.15Mbps (fixed)
TV aspect
16:9 / 4:3
Audio
Max. 8 streams
Recording type
AUDIO
4:3
2CH stereo
Dolby Digital
Linear PCM
MPEG-1 Layer 2
Transmission rate
448Kbps/stream
6.144Mbps/stream
224Kbps
Channel
5.1CH/stream
8CH/stream
2CH
Sampling frequency
48KHz
16, 20, 24Bit/48, 96KHz
16Bit/44.1KHz
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LD
Analog
Max.420 Lines
Analog
4:3
2 Analog CH.
2 Digital CH.
(16Bit/44.1KHz)
or
1 Analog CH.
1 Stream of Dolby Digital
2 Digital CH.
(16Bit/44.1KHz)
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14-2-3 Detailed Feature
DVD-Video Feature 1
When Developing the DVD Software, various addition and modification is possible.
As the storage capacity increases, the DVD-Video separates the main data and the additional data such as the
Multi-Function into different data areas, enabling the control of time-data ratio to provide the format that enables
the flexible Software development
• 1 Movie (3.5Mbps)
+ Subtitle (1 Language)
+ Surround Audio (1 Language)
= 160min storage (4.673Gbytes)
• 1 Movie (3.5Mbps)
+ Subtitle (4 Language)
+ Surround Audio (4 Language)
= 160min storage (4.680Gbytes)
• 1 Music Video (4Mbps)
+ 2ch High quality Audio (96kHz/24bit)
= 72min storage (4.648Gbytes)
DVD-Video Feature 2
Application of the MPEG-2 compression technology.
DVD-Video uses the variable compresion technology, the MPEG-2 to compress the moving image optimally, minimizing the Data loss to Provide a clear, natural screen while increasing the storage time.
• MPEG-2 (Variable compression : Max. 1/40)
Amount of data
• Field unit compression.
• Compression rate change according to the amount of Data.
DVD-Video
•Differentiates the still image and the moving image
compression rate, reducing Data loss and enables
efficient compression.
• MPEG-1 (Fixed compression : Max. 1/140)
Video-CD
Amount of data
Loss area
• Frame unit compression.
• Compresses all data using the same ratio.
- Fast movements are jagged, and unnatural
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DVD-Video Feature 3
High quality surround audio.
DVD-Video can store the audio using the 5.1ch Dolby Digital compression or the advanced Liner PCM method,
providing the better-than-CD quality and theater like audio quality.
• DTS (Digital Theater System)
Home theatre and music playback in the home, DTS provides high quality 5.1-channel surround sound with
many extras not offered by other consumer formats. As well as handling DTS-branded releases from a growing
number of music labels and consumer software producers, DTS provides enhanced 6.1 matrix and DTS 6.1
discrete decoding that envelopes the listener in sound. DTS technology is featured in a wide cross section of
receiver/pre-amplifiers, DVD players and and add-on components from leading consumer audio vendors
• Dolby Digital (AC-3)
• Unlike the traditional Dolby pro-Logic method, the Dolby Digital method separates all 5 main channels
(Front L/R, Center, Surround (Rear) L/R)and the Sub woofer to provide live surround audio.
• Using the Down Mix method, the conventional Dolby Pro-Logic and Stereo are all compatible.
• Each separated channels are played back at CD quality sound. (Frequency band: 20Hz ~ 20KHz)
• Linear PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
• Provides the high quality Digital sound without the audio data compression.
• Various Digital Recordings are possible as shown in the table to the right.
Sampling Frequency
Bit Rate
16bit
48KHz
20bit
24bit
16bit
96KHz
20bit
24bit
• Dolby Digital compatible Audio Mode
Channel Format
Audio Coding
Mode
Front
L
1/0
R
L
O
3/0
O
2/1
O
3/1
O
2/2
O
3/2
O
Mono
O
O
O
O
Remark
R
O
2/0
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C
Surround (Rear)
Stereo
O
O
Mono
O
Mono
Surround
O
O
O
O
O
O
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DVD-Video Feature 4
Multi-Language
• Audio Dubbing - Max. 8 Languages
• Subtitle - Max. 32 Languages. Capable of storing, and selectiong.
• Linear PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
DVD-Video Feature 5
Multi-Aspect
• Unlike the conventional VCD or LD, DVD-Video has the default of 16:9 Wide, and can be viewed using the
conventional 4:3 TV, enabling the expansion of viewer selection capabilities.
• 16 : 9 TV : Wide Mode (16:9 Wide Full Screen)
• 4 : 3 TV : Letter Box Mode, Pan & Scan Mode
16:9 Wide
4:3 Pan & Scan
4:3 Letter Box
Note ; This function is disc-dependent, may not work on all DVDs.
DVD-Video Feature 6
Multi-Angle
• Up to 9 angles of view may be stored, enabling the viewer to select a specific viewpoint at a given time.
--> Especially, for the Music Video and Sports Title, this provides a more lively image of the scene.
Note ; This function is disc-dependent, may not work on all DVDs.
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DVD-Video Feature 7
Multi-Story
• DVD-Video provides the enviroment suitable for the bi-directional Software develoment, providing multiple
scenarios. This feature enables the Multi-Story function.
OPTION
Parental Lock
• For the titles that are not suitable for children viewing, Parental Locks are set, requesting user defined
passwords for viewing
• Parential Locks may be set on specific frames of the Title, enabling the player to skip those frames during
playback.
COPYRIGHT
Regional Code & Macrovision
• Classify the world into 6 regions, and if the DVD Title and the Player’s “Reginal Code” do not agree, playback
is prohibited.
• Regionnal Coding is optional for the Soft developers (Region 0 All Code), but the Hardware developers
must adopt the appropriate regionnal code for sale.
• Region 1 : The United States and its territories, Canada.
• Region 2 : Europe, Japan, Greenland, Egypt, South Africa, the Middle East.
• Region 3 : Taiwan, Hongkong, Korea, South East Asia.
• Region 4 : Mexico, South America, Australia, New Zealand.
• Region 5 : Russia, Eastern Europe, India, Africa.
• Region 6 : China.
• Region 0 : Worldwide (All Code)
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• Adoptation of the Macrovision System disables the copying on to other media.
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Remark
DVD-Video Authoring Process
• The image quality of the DVD-Video may vary accoring to the quality of the Master and the Authoring Process
• The image quality of the DVD-Video varies according to the Digital Mastering Source such as the
conventional LD, VCD, or Original Film.
• Different Authoring Process are used accoring to the Software developers, and this may affect the
DVD image quality.
• Authoring Process
Video/Audio
Master
MPEG-2
Encoding
Surround Audio
Master
AC-3/MPEG Audio
Encoding
Subtitle
Master
Subtitle
Encoding
bit stream
Disc
Production
bit stream
Video/Audio
Subtitle
Multiplexing
Cutting
Master
bit stream
Authoring Process
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14-3 DVD-Audio
The
TheLogical
LogicalStructure
Structureof
ofDVD-AUDIO
DVD-AUDIO
• Album
– Each side of a DVD-Audio disc contains one
• Group
– Essentially a playlist specifying the playback order of a number of Tracks
– 9 per Album
•Track
– As on a CD, a Track may be thought of as a single audio program (I.e. a
song)
– Audio attributes such as channel assignment, sample rate, and word-length
may be changed on Track boundaries
– There may be no more than 99 tracks total within a single Group
• Index
– A reference point to a portion of an audio Track (Cell)
– There may be up to 99 indices within a single Track
Audio
AudioStill
StillVideo
Video
- Still pictures playback with audio.
#1
#3
#2
Loading
Music(Track)
Non-mute
Non-mute
time
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Real
RealTime
TimeText
Text
-Supports Text data with audio
Audio
Text
AG Happy birthday to you.
AG Happy birthday, dear ...
AG Happy birt
DVD-VIDEO
DVD-VIDEOData
Datain
inDVD-AUDIO
DVD-AUDIODisc.
Disc.
Only DVD-Audio Player
DVD-Audio
Visual Menu
DVD-Video
Visual Menu
DVD-Audio Data
DVD-Video Data
(DVD-Audio Additinal )Data
DVD-Audio Player, DVD-Video Player
Only DVD-Video Player
DVD-Audio Disc
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Unused Area
Protected content prerecorded
by media manufacturer
Encrypted using key:
Hash[Media Key, Album ID, CCI]
Other data prerecorded by media
manufacturer
Media Key Block
Media Key
Album ID (album-unique, not copyable)
Lead-in Area
Individual keys for each device supplied
to manufacturer by licensing entity
Device calculates Media Key from
Media Key Block and device keys, and
uses in forming content decryption key
DVD-VIDEO
DVD-VIDEOData
Datain
inDVD-AUDIO
DVD-AUDIODisc.
Disc.
Only DVD-Audio Player
DVD-Audio
Visual Menu
DVD-Video
Visual Menu
DVD-Audio Data
DVD-Video Data
(DVD-Audio Additional Data
)
DVD-Audio Player, DVD-Video Player
Only DVD-Video Player
DVD-Audio Disc
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14-4 DivX
• DivX: Most successful MPEG-4 video compression technology
in history.
– standard for digital video (‘MP3 of Video’).
– Internet’s 3rd most downloaded application,
– MPEG-4 video codec.
– Secure, MPEG-4, DVD-quality VOD products.
• Powerful technology…
– DVD quality: ~784Kbps.
– NTSC/PAL: <500Kbps.
– 720P HD: <4Mbps.
– 1080p HD: <7Mbps.
– 32Kbps to Digital Cinema.
– 80+ hours of portable video.
• There are many different MPEG-4 profiles.
–‘Simple Profile’ (SP) is the most basic; other profiles are SP pl
us other tools.
• Advanced Simple Profile (ASP) is emerging as the standard
for consumer and CE applications.
Basic Video
Compression
Toolset
Basic Video
Compression
Toolset
BVOP
GMC
QPel
Simple Profile MPEG-4
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• DivX 3.11 is a legacy technology that is not MPEG-4 compatible
–Requires different decoding algorithms – cannot be decoded by a generic MP
4 decoder.
–Constitutes about 45% of the DivX content on the Internet today.
• Open DivX is a MPEG-4 Simple Profile Implementation.
–Released to the Internet community in Jan/2001
• DivX 4.x is a highly optimized MPEG-4 Simple Profile Implementation.
–Released Aug/2001.
• DivX 5.0 – 5.02 is a MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profile Implementation.
–Released Mar/2002.
• DivX 5.1 is a MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profile Implementation stabilized an
d optimized for CE devices.
–Released Nov/2002; GMC and QPel support are not required for certification.
• DivX 5.2.1 is the latest version until now
•DivX remains MPEG-4 compatible:
–A generic MPEG-4 Simple Profile decoder can decode Open DivX and
DivX 4.x content
–A generic MPEG-4 Advanced Simple profile decoder can decode content
encoded with Open DivX, DivX 4.x and DivX 5.x.
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• DivX 5.X decoder advantages:
– Fully MPEG-4 ASP compliant (superior to all Simple Profile decoders).
– DivX 3.11 decoder (critical for existing DivX content on the Internet).
– DivX proprietary post-processing (improves all files).
– DivX advanced tools (interlace, PVM, telecine, etc).
– DivX DRM
– And the standard DivX advantages of users, content, and brand).
DivX DRM, Tools,
and Film FX
Basic Video
Compression
Toolset
Basic Video
Compression
Toolset
Basic Video
Compression
Toolset
BVOP
ASP Tools: BVOP,
GMC, QPel
GMC
DivX 3.11 Decoder
QPel
Post-Processing
Simple Profile Decoder
Advanced Simple Profile Decoder
DivX 5.02 ASP Decoder
• All Versions of DivX require DivX DRM to be implemented in IC.
• DivX content is protected in numerous ways to ensure security.
– Content never exists in an unencrypted form.
• The DivX DRM system quickly identifies and responds to security attacks.
• Content owners have maximum flexibility to set usage rules and to enforce Digit
al Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) rights.
• All DivX Certified CE devices require DivX DRM.
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•
•
•
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Pre-Encryption
Key Rotation
Encryption Rotation
Static Watermarking
•
•
•
•
•
Dynamic Watermarking
Central Business Rule(s)
Server Key Management
Secure Channels
Tamper Resistance
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DivX Certification helps CE makers get high-quality devices to market.
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