SAT-A55P SAT-B55P SAN-18D3 SERVICE MANUAL

SAT-A55P SAT-B55P SAN-18D3 SERVICE MANUAL

SERVICE MANUAL

SAT-A55P

RM-Y802

SAT-B55P

RM-Y139

SAN-18D3

RM-Y802

SAN-18D3

9-965-914-01

SAT-A55P

DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER/SATELLITE ANTENNA

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE PAGE

Warnings and Cautions......................................................................................................................... 4

1. Disassembly

1-1. Upper Case Removal .................................................................................................................... 6

1-2. A and SC2 Board Removal ........................................................................................................... 6

2. Service Test .................................................................................................................................................... 6

3. Diagrams

3-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams .......................................................................... 7

Board..................................................................................................................................... 16

4. Exploded Views

5. Electrical Parts List ..................................................................................................................................... 21

SAT-A55P/B55P

— 2 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

FOR DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER:

Input Jacks

UHF/VHF 75 ohm F-type

Satellite Antenna 75 ohm F-type

RF Remote Antenna (SAT-A55P Only)

AC Power (120V, 60Hz)

Output Jacks

S-VIDEO OUT, 4-pin mini DIN

VIDEO (RCA Jacks) (2)

AUDIO R/L (RCA Jacks) (2)

VHF (SAT)/UHF 75 ohms F-type

Low Speed Data, 9-pin D-sub Female

Telephone Line (RJ11)

VCR Control (1) VCR Controller

(or monoaural cable for Sony SmartFile VCRs)

Input Frequency

950 - 1450 Mhz / 950 - 2150 Mhz

Power Consumption

20 W maximum

Dimensions (w/h/d)

11 x 2 5/8 x 9 inches (280 x 66.5 x 228.5 mm)

Weight

SAT-A55P SAT-B55P

Set: 6.0 lbs. (2.7 kg) Set: 5.4 lbs (2.5 kg)

Unit: 3.6 lbs. (1.6 kg) Unit: 3.4 lbs. (1.5 kg)

Supplied Accessories

Remote Commander RM-Y802 (SAT-A55P Only)

Remote Commander RM-Y139 (SAT-B55P Only)

Size AA Batteries (2)

Access Card (1)

Audio/Video Cable (1)

S-VIDEO Cable (1) (SAT-A55P Only)

Coaxial RF Cable (1)

RF Remote Antenna (1) (SAT-A55P Only)

VCR Controller (1)

Telephone Cable (1)

AC Power Cord (1)

SPECIFICATIONS

FOR SATELLITE ANTENNAS:

Input Frequency

12.2 - 12.7 GHz

Output Frequency

950 - 1450 MHz

Output Connector

F-Type Female

Power Consumption

3.0 W maximum

Supply Voltage

DC + 10.5 - 14.0 V for RHCP • DC + 15.5 - 21.0 V for LHCP

Dimensions (w/h/d)

18

5/8

x 31 x 18

5/16

inches (473 x 787 x 643 mm)

Weight

8 lbs., 6 oz. (3.8 kg)

Supplied Accessories

Weatherboot (2 pcs.)

Signal Seeker (1 pc.)

Snap-in Clip (dual type) (1 pc.)

Bolt for Ground Terminal (1 pc.)

Bolt for LNB Support Arm (2 pcs.)

Optional Accessories

Installation Kit ANJ-DS2

Amplifi er EAC-DA1

Diplexer EAC-DD1

Voltage Switch ECA-DV2

Multi-Room A/V

Distribution System MDR-D1

Coaxial Cable 25 ft. SAK-C25

Coaxial Cable 75 ft. SAK-C75

Flat Cable DAK-F1

Optional Sony-brand DSS Accessories

Local TV Antenna ANJ-AA1

Installation Kit ANJ-DS2

Amplifi er EAC-DA1

Diplexer EAC-DD1

Voltage Switch ECA-DV2

RF Universal Remote Commander

Remote Control RM-Y802

Design and specifi cations are subject to change without notice.

— 3 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS

!

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!

Components identifi ed by shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams, exploded views, and in the parts list are critical for safe operation. Replace these components with sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual or in supplements published by sony. Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation are identifi ed in this manual. Follow these procedures whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is suspected.

!

ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS A LA SECURITE!!

Les composants identifi es par une trame et par une marque ! sur les schemas de principe, les vues explosees et les listes de pieces sont d’une importance critique pour la securite du fonctionnement. Ne les remplacer que par des composants sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifi es dans le present manuel. Suivre ces procedures lors de chaque remplacement de composants critiques, ou lorsqu’un mauvais fonctionnement suspecte.

— 4 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:

1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges.

2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or touching high-wattage resistors.

3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators.

4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.

5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.

6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer.

7. Check the B+ and HV to see if they are specifi ed values. Make sure your instruments are accurate; be suspicious of your HV meter if sets always have low HV.

8. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.

Leakage Test

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.

1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or

RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these instructions.

2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.

3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale. The

Simpson’s 250 and Sanwa SH-63TRD are examples of passive

VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery-operated digital multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are suitable (see Figure A).

How to Find a Good Earth Ground

A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground; the cover-plate retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground, verify that it is at ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms.

If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60- to 100-watt trouble- light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot side on the line; the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw is at ground potential (see Figure B).

To Exposed Metal

Parts on Set

Trouble Light

AC Outlet Box

Ohmmeter

0.15 µF 1.5 k

AC

Voltmeter

(0.75V)

Cold Water Pipe

Earth Ground

Figure A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

Figure B. Checking for earth ground.

— 5 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

1-1. UPPER CASE REMOVAL

Upper Case

SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY

Three Screws

(BVTT 3 x 8)

1-3. A AND SC2 BOARD REMOVAL

SC2 Board

One Screw

(BVTT 3 x 6)

A Board

Six Screws

(BVTT 3 x 6)

Washer

Hexagon Nut

1-2. HB BOARD REMOVAL

Power Button

Front Panel

Two Screws

(BVTT 3 x 6)

Control

Button

Four Claws

HB Board

One Screw

(BVTT 3 x 6)

Two Screws

(BVTT 3 x 6)

One Screw

(BVTT 3 x 6)

Two Hexagon

Screws

Two Screws

(BVTT 3 x 8)

SECTION 2: SERVICE TEST

Use the following procedure to run the service test:

1. Turn the power ON.

2. Enter the Service Test Screen by simultaneously pressing the MENU button and the DOWN ARROW button on the front panel of the unit.

3. Select the TEST button on the Service Test Screen. The test will diagnose and identify the following:

• IRD

• AV7100

• ROM

• TELCO

• CHECKSUM

• EEPROM

4. To reset the unit, simultaneously press the GUIDE button and the DOWN ARROW button on the fron panel of the unit.

— 6 —

3-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS

A Board

SC2

Board

SAT-A55P/B55P

HB Board

3-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION

• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: mmF 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytic and tantalums.

• All electrolytics are 50V unless otherwise specifi ed.

• Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating electrical power, is as follows:

Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)

• All resistors are in ohms.

KW = 1000W • MW = 1000KW

• All voltages are in Volts

• Readings are taken with a 10M ohm digital multimeter.

• Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.

• Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerance.

• * : cannot be measured

• : B + Line

-----

: B - Line

• : component

• : panel designation and adjustment for repair

• :

• :

• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.

— 7 —

4-3. DIAGRAMS

BLOCK DIAGRAM (1 OF 2)

SAT IN

TU201 DSS TUNER

L N B - I N

TI_SCL

TI_SDA

LNBFB

DATA 0-7

PACCLK

DERROR

DCLK

EEPROM

IC103

TI_SCL

TI_SDA

+3.3V

+32V

+12V

B1+5V

+5V BOOSTER

B2+5V

IC260

+9V

SDRAM

IC120

SDATA

0-15

SADDR

0-11

CN601

T601

AC IN

S O U R C E

S W R E G U L A T O R

C O N T R O L D R A I N

IC700

AC-RECT

D601

4 1

3

FEED BACK

IC623

2

TI_SCL

TI_SDA

DATA 0-7

PACCLK

DERROR

DCLK

SDATA

0-15

SADDR

0-11

SW REG.

TRANSFORM

T620

SAT-A55P ONLY

TRANSPORT MICRO

IC110

CN120

RF_REMOTE

+32V REG

Q630

+9V REG

IC640

-5V REG

IC622

RF

+ 5 V

SCIO

SCCLK

XRST

EXTDATA

0-15

EXTADDR

0-24

UARTDO2

UARTDI2

UARTDI1

UARTDO1

YOUT

COUT

CN200

9P

TO SMART CARD

+ 5 V

TO IC206

EXTDATA

0-15

EXTADDR

0-24

MEMORY BLOCK

DRAM IC101

FLASH ROM A

IC106

FLASH ROM B

IC100

IC 171

RESET IC

XRST

XRESET

EXTDATA

0-15

EXTADDR

0-24

EXTDATA

0

EXTADDR

0,1,21,,24

LOGIC IC

IC160

XMUTE

AC3ADDR

0-1

+32V

+24V

-5V

LNBPWR

LNBPOL

LNBLED

SW

Q202

LNBVAL

SW

Q203

SW

Q291

Q290

SW

SW_E

IPK

IC290

DC-DC CONV.

XCOMP

OCP

Q650

SCPW REG.

Q653

CN201

9P

TO FRONT PANEL

Q160

BUFF

S600

POWER SW

J1

Q520

SW

Q521

INV

J151

1P

MINI JACK

VCR_CLK/VFD_CLK

VCR_DATA/VFD_SERIAL_OUT

XVCR_IRQ/VFD_LATCH

ASIC

IC150

5VDATA8-15

XWR/XRD

RESET

XRST

Q101

SW

RST

Q522

SW

XRST

RCLK

RDATA

RINT

IC 520

IR BLASTER

REM

5VDATA8-15

XWR/XRD

MODEM IC

RESET

IC500

TXA1

TXA2

RXA

TXDA

RXDA

XHO

IC300

AMP

IC1350

OPTOMOS

RELAY

3

4

T510

MIDCOM

2

1

Q551

INV

1

2

J500

Q550

SW

CN550

D-SUB

RXTI

TXTI

YOUT

CN300

4P

S-VIDEO

COUT

2

4 3

1

EXTDATA

0-15

AUDIO PROCESSOR

AC3ADDR

0-1

IC910

SAT-A55P ONLY

Q801

MUTE

Q802

MUTE

PCMDATA

PCMCLK

ASCLK

LRCLK

XMT958

AUDIO DAC

IC800

AOUTL

AOUTR

IC801(1/2)

AMP

IC802(1/2)

AMP

IC301

AMP

Q301,Q302,Q303,Q304

BUFFERS

Q800

BUFF

V1

V2

J800

VIDEO OUT

VIN

CN920

SAT-A55P ONLY

DIGITAL OUT

OPTICAL

VID IN

CONTROL

AUD IN

RF300

Q204

OCP

AMP

IC240

AMP

Q240,241

LNBFB

TO

TU 201

SMVCCDET

COMPARATOR

IC206

IC801(2/2)

AMP

IC802(2/2)

AMP

L1

L2

R1

R2

J800

AUDIO OUT

SAT-A55P/B55P

INV

Q654

INV

Q655

SHUNT REG.

IC624

+5V

AMP

Q651,652

PWR SUPPLY, TUNER, TPT/MODEM

MICRO CONTROLLER/ASIC

MPEG A/V, NTSC, AC3 AUDIO

S C P W

TO CN200

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> BD 1OF2

— 8 —

BLOCK DIAGRAM (2 OF 2)

SMART CARD

IN

IC950

CARD READER

SCCLK

RST

VCC

I/O

PRESS

XTAL2

RSTIN

XOFF

XCMDVCC

I/OUC

Q952

SW

Q951

SW

Q950

SW

CLK

SCRST

SCPW

SCIO

CN950

SC CONN

SW2

+5V

SW1

CN951

9P

TO A BOARD

7

8

9

3

4

5

6

1

2

NC

SW1

SCCLK

SCRST

GND

GND

+5V

SCPW

SCIO

(SMART CARD)

U

ENTER

R

MENU

D

L

S007

S006

S004

S005

S001

S003

EXIT

(FRONT PANEL)

S002

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> BD 2OF2

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

CN001

9P

TO A BOARD

UP

SELECT

RIGHT

DOWN

MENU

LEFT

EXIT

GND

GND

— 9 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

L

K

J

I

M

N

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

EXTADDR (0:24)

EXTDATA (0:15)

9 |

C106

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

10

C107

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

| 11 |

C108

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

12 |

+9V

+5V

C692

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R690

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q690

2SD2394-EF

5V REG.

R691

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R692

18k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q692

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C699

100

10V

R693

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q691

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R694

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q693

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C691

68

6.3V

:TANTA

+3.3V

RB100

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB101

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB121

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

EXTINT2

+3.3V

R109

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R115

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

EXTINT1

XASICIRQ

UCAS

LCAS

RAS

XASICCS

XCS4

EXTACK2

XCS6

XCS1

C140

100

10V

IC120

MT48LC1M16A1TG-7

S

SDRAM

C137

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C129

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

28 27 26

RB103

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C128

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB104

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

RB105

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C138

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB108

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C127

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB107

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB106

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

RB120

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB102

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C101

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C103

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C104

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C105

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C100

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C102

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

SDATA12

VDD

VSS

SCS2

SCS1

SRAS

SCAS

SWE

SDOML

SADDR4

SADDR3

SADDR2

SADDR1

SADDR0

SADDR10

SADDR11

SCLK

SCKE

SADDR9

SADDR8

SADDR7

SADDR6

VDD

VSS

SADDR5

SDATA11

SDATA10

SDATA9

VDD

VSS

SDATA8

SDOMU

SDATA7

SDATA6

VDD

VSS

SDATA5

SDATA4

SDATA3

SDATA2

SDATA1

SDATA0

EXTINT2

EXTINT1

VDD

VSS

EXTINT0

UCAS

LCAS

RAS

CS3

CS4

EXTACK2

EXTACK1

VDD

VSS

EXTACK0

CS6

CS1

EXTADDR9

+5V

C125

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

L110

:FLR50

C160

1000

6.3V

C124

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C123

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C135

22

6.3V

:TANTA

C130

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R108

30k

:RN-CP

C122

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C121

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C131

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C132

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C133

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R107

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R106

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R105

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R104

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R102

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R103

470

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

R137

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C120

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

IC110

TMS320AV7100-2.7

TRANSPORT, MICRO.

MPEG A/V

NTSC ENCODER

C109

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

13 |

C110

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C119

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

O

14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 |

YOUT

COUT

19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25

C118

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R138

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

C111

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

VDD5V

CLK_SEL

CLK27

EXTOE/EXTACTIVE

VSS2

VDD2

VCXO_CTRL

PCMCLK

SPDIF

LRCLK

ASCLK

VSS

VDD

CS2

PCMDATA

PCM_SRC

AUD_PLLI

AUD_PLLO

GNDA1

VCCA1

SMIO

SMVCCDETECT

PDATA0

RF

SIRCSI

UARTDI1

UARTDI2

VSS

VDD

IIC_SDA

IIC_SCL

IO1

SIRCSO

UARTDO1

UARTDO2

TDO

TRST

VSS

TMS

TCK

TDI

XRESET

DCLK

PACCLK

DERROR

BYTE_STRT

CS5

VSS

VDD

DATAIN7

DATAIN6

DATAIN5

DATAIN4

DATAIN3

DATAIN2

DATAIN1

DATAIN0

IO2

IR

VSS

R139

22

1/16W

:CHIP

R100

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

L112

:FLR50

R188

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C117

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C114

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

TISPDIF

C112

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C134

100

10V

L111

:FLR50

+5V

R110

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R101

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

XRST

DCLK

PACCLK

DERROR

D101

*

C116

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R123 0 1/16W

DATAIN7

DATAIN6

DATAIN5

DATAIN4

DATAIN3

DATAIN2

DATAIN1

DATAIN0

XAC3RST

:CHIP

C115

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

FB105

XCS5

+5V

C196

100

10V

C113

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+5V

1

2

3

CN120

*

GND

RFIN

+5V

D270

D1NL20U-TR

+32V

RXDB

RXDA

IC001

SBX3081-01(30)

IR-RCVR

R013

470

1/16W

C010

100

10V

XMODEMCS

IR

RB110

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

SDA

SCL

XAC3REQ

SIRCSO

TXDB

TXDA

+5V

RB191

*

LNBFB

+9V

SDA

SCL

+12V

+3.3V

+5V

C195 100p CH:CHIP

R190

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R191

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

R198 22k 1/16W :CHIP

Q190

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

D190

18P

CH:CHIP

IC850(3/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

R192

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C192

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C193

100p

CH:CHIP

R193

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

X190

27 MHz

11

C194

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D191

HVU359TRF

VARICAP

10

R195 1M 1/16W :CHIP

R194 100 1/16W :CHIP

PS260

ICP-N10-T104

0.4A

R165

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R164

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R260

15

2W

:RS

5V REG.

IC260

L7805CV

I O

G

C269

220

10V

+5V

C136

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C271

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

C260

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

FB270

C272

100

10V

C270

100

10V

IC104

M24C64-WMN6T(A)

EEPROM

C277

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

DATAIN0

DATAIN1

DATAIN2

DATAIN3

DATAIN4

DATAIN5

DATAIN6

DATAIN7

LRCLK_7100

DCLK

PCMDATA

ASCLK

LRCLK

PCMCLK

+5V

SCL

SDA

C275

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C274

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

27MHZ

XRST

R197

100

1/16W

:CHIP

12

13 R196

100

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(4/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

DERROR

PACCLK

C273

100

10V

C276

0.1

F:CHIP

TU201

DQS-DA101F

DATA3

GND

DATA4

GND

DATA5

GND

DATA6

GND

DATA7

GND

CK OUT

GND

STR

OUT

GND

SCL

GND

SDA

GND

VCO

ADJ

GND

NRES

GND

D60

GND

ERROR

VDDL

+3.3V

D/P

VDDL

+3.3V

NC

BOOSTER

+5V

LNB-IN

B1+5V

B2+5V

VC+32V

ADR

SDA

SCL

AGC

MONI

B3+5V

+12V

DATA0

VDDA

3.3V

DATA1

VDDA

+3.3V

DATA2

GND

R851

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

C850

1

R850 100k 1/16W :CHIP

C851

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D850

7.0P

CH:CHIP

C852

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R858

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R853

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C853

330p

CH:CHIP

X850

36.864 MHz

L850

:FLR50

1

D851

HVU359TRF

:VARICAP

2

C854

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R855 10k 1/16W :CHIP

R857

100

1/16W

:CHIP

4

3

R856

0

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(2/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

R854

220

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(1/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

XSMVCCEN

Q199

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

FB850

+3.3V

5 6

IC850(5/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

9

14

8

7

IC850(6/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

C855

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

XSMVCCSTOP

SMIO

SMVCCDET

SMRESET

SMCLK

XSMDET

SMVCCEN_OUT

SMVCCEN

+3.3V

(1/4)

(TRANSPORT,MICRO,MPEG A/VB,NTSC ENCODER,TUNER)

XEXTOE

EXTRW

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 1OF4

P

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (1 OF 4)

RB191

SAT-A55P

CN120

3P

D101 RB751V-40TE-17

#

SAT-B55P

#

#

47

#: Not Mounted

SAT-A55P/B55P

— 10 —

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

L

K

J

I

M

N

F

E

G

H

TO AC CORD

D

C

B

A

CN601

AC INLET

O

P

9 | 10 |

+5V

YOUT

-5V

+5V

COUT

-5V

11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 |

R300

75

1/16W

:CHIP

R302

270

1/16W

:CHIP

C300

47p

CH:CHIP

C321

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

FB304

C302

10p

CH:CHIP

L300

:FLR50

C323

100

10V

FB302

C304

120p

CH:CHIP

C306

10p

CH:CHIP

R304

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC300(2/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

3

2

C311

27p

CH:CHIP

8

4

C320

100

10V

1

R306

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C322

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

FB300

R301

75

1/16W

:CHIP

C317

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R303

270

1/16W

:CHIP

C301

47p

CH:CHIP

C303

10p

CH:CHIP

L301

:FLR50

C305

120p

CH:CHIP

R333

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R305

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC300(1/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

5

6

7

C332

10p

CH:CHIP

C312

12p

CH:CHIP

R307

680

1/16W

:CHIP

FB301

C313

100

10V

XTVDSS

R310

470

1/16W

:CHIP

5

IC301(1/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

7

6

R322

0

1/16W

:CHIP

IC301(2/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

C314

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R311

470

1/16W

:CHIP

3

2

R312

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R308

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R313

470

1/16W

:CHIP

C331

10p

CH:CHIP

8

4

1

R309

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

R347

75

1/16W

:CHIP

R342

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C307

47p

CH:CHIP

C309

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+5V

R315 75 1/16W :CHIP

C310

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R314

75

1/16W

:CHIP

C344

47p

CH:CHIP

R348

75

1/16W

:CHIP

3

C345

47p

CH:CHIP

2

D330

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C315

100

10V

C316

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C308

47p

CH:CHIP

RF300

VIDEO IN

AUDIO IN

MD.+B

CONTROL

D331

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

2

4 3

1

CN300

4P

S-VIDEO

+9V

C327

100

25V

R325

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R326

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C325

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R317

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R318

560

1/16W

:CHIP

L302

:FLR50

C326

82p

CH:CHIP

R321

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R320

560

1/16W

:CHIP

Q301

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R319

1.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R323

560

1/16W

:CHIP

L303

:FLR50

C328

120p

CH:CHIP

Q302

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R324

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R328

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+9V

R331

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R330

330

1/16W

:CHIP

L304

:FLR50

R332

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R327

100

1/16W

:CHIP

Q303

2SB709A-QRS-TX

BUFF

CF300

4.5MHz

Q304

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R335

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C605

1000p

250V

E

F601

3.15A

125V

FB601

C601

0.1

125V

FB602

VDR601

270V

T601

LFT

C602

0.1

125V

C604

0.01

500V

D601

S1WB60B

AC RECT

R601

2.2

3W

:RW

C603

0.01

500V

R600

2.2M

1/2W

:RC

C606

1000p

250V

E

CONTROL

R700

8.2

:CHIP

C703

470

35V

IC700

TOP224Y-BB

SW REG.

1 3

DRAIN

2

SOURCE

C702

33p

500V

CH

C607

220

250V

D706

D1NL20U-TR

D705

D1NL20U-TR

C705

10

C704

10

R603

470k

:CHIP

R602

470k

:CHIP

D700

D1NL20U-TR

D701

P6KE200A

4

5

1

2

18

17

C640

220p

500V

R640 0 1/16W :CHIP

16

15

R641 0 1/16W :CHIP

D640

D1NL20U-TR

12

C639

470

35V

14

C623

220p

500V

C628

220

25V

13

D623

D1NL20U-TR

11

8

C624

220p

500V

D624

D5SC4M

10

9

T620

SW REG TRANSFORM

D620

D1NL20U-TR

C620

220p

500V

C621

220p

500V

D621

D1NL20U-TR

R624

0

1/16W

:CHIP

Q630

2SD601A-QRS-TX

32V REG.

2.2k

R626

1/2W :FPRD

R629

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

D630

MA111-TX

R635

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R630

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+9V

Q631

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C625

10

63V

R633

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R631

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q632

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R632

12k

1/16W

:CHIP

+32V

C632

10

C626

470

+5V

C630

3300

25V

IC640

L7812CV

+9V

I

G

O

IC622

L7905CV

-5V

I

G

O

L625

LHL10

C636

100

10V

C641

100

25V

C635

100

10V

F620

3.15A

125V

IC623

PC817-B

FEEDBACK

4

3

1

2

IC624

R625

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

TL431CLP-Z

REGULATOR

3

2

1

R637

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C638

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R627

200

1/16W

:CHIP

R636

2.2k

:RN-CP

R628

2.2k

:RN-CP

-5V

+5V

+9V

+32V

+9V

Q202

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

LNBPOL

R247

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

+5V

+5V

-5V

R242

27k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R246

0

1/16W

:CHIP

AMUTE

D1NL20U-TR

R243

1.8k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R244

1k

1/16W

:RN-CP

PCMDATA

ASCLK

LRCLK

PCMCLK

+24V

R800

*

1/16W

:CHIP

Q290

2SD2394-EF

D290

SW

R291

47

1/4W

:FPRD

L800

:FLR50

CS4338KS

AUDIO DAC

R801

*

1/16W

:CHIP

R802

*

1/16W

:CHIP

C291

1000p

B:CHIP

Q201

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

R241

470

1/16W

:CHIP

IC800

+5V

SDATA

XDEM/SCLK

AOUTL

VA+

LRCK

MCLK

AGND

AOUTR

C290

1000p

B:CHIP

IC290

MC34063ABN

DC-DC CONV.

SW_C

SW_E

TC

GND

DR_CT

IPK

VCC

XCOMP

LNBPWR

Q801

*

MUTE

Q802

*

MUTE

C817

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C816

10

C293

470

L805

:FLR50

R290

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C820

10

R820

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

C828

100

10V

C821

10

R821

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

FB801

L290

LHL10

R823

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R822

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C822

0.001

B:CHIP

+5V

L210

LHL10

C826

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C823

0.001

B:CHIP

3

2

C825

39p

CH:CHIP

IC801(2/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

8

1

4

C808

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

IC801(1/2)

M5218AFP-T1

5

6

AMP

7

D307

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D308

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

V 1

VIDEO OUT

R829

24k

1/16W

:CHIP

C829

100

10V

R828

24k

1/16W

:CHIP

R827

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

R826

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

C802

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C801

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C827

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

3

2

C824

39p

CH:CHIP

8

IC802(2/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

1

4

R808

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

LNBFB

C250

0.47

-5V

R810

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R809

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q240

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C249

10

Q241

2SB709A-QRS-TX

AMP

V 2

Q800

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

C809

47p

CH:CHIP

C814

47p

CH:CHIP

L 1

R815

220

1/16W

:CHIP

C815

47p

CH:CHIP

L 2

AUDIO OUT-L

C812

47p

CH:CHIP

R811

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R 1

AUDIO OUT-R

R 2

C238

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D240

MA111-TX

1

D241

MA111-TX

R249

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

5

6

IC802(1/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

7

IC240(2/2)

NJM4558M-TE2

AMP

RB800

220*4

1/16W

:CHIP

D800

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C813

47p

CH:CHIP

D801

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D802

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D803

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C818

47p

CH:CHIP

8

4

2

3

C239

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R248

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

-5V

C248

10

10k

R224

1/16W :CHIP

R245

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R252

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

LNBLED

LNBFSSCLK

J800

6P

AUDIO/VIDEO OUT

-5V

D204

D1NL20U-TR

7

6

5

IC240(1/2)

NJM4558M-TE2

AMP

R295

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C292

220

:HTHR

R292

1.0

1/2W

:FPRD

C241

1

R212

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D210

MA111-TX

R218

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

C240

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R220

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

C245

0.001

B:CHIP

5

6

R219

1k

1/10W

:CHIP

8

7

R294

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C242

0.33

16V

F:CHIP

4 IC206(2/2)

NJM2903M-TE2

COMPARATOR

+5V

LNBVAL

Q203

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

Q204

2SB709A-QRS-TX

OCP

R213

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R214

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

SCPW

Q650

2SB709A-QRS-TX

OCP

+5V

R670

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R650

4.7

1/4W

:FPRD

Q653

2SD2394-EF

SCPW REG.

R651

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R652

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C650

1

C651

0.001

B:CHIP

Q651

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R655

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

2SD601A-QRS-TX

Q652

Q654

INV.

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R656

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R657

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R658

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

R659

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C652

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R660

4.7

1/4W

:FPRD

Q655

2SD774-T-4

R661

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C653

2.2

+5V

R662

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R653

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C654

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

XSMVCCEN

R664

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C656

100

10V

+5V

R663

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C655

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

3

2

1

IC206(1/2)

NJM2903M-TE2

COMPARATOR

R673

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R671

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R672

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

SMVCCDET

(2/4)

(POWER SUPPLY, AUDIO DAC)

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 2OF4

23

— 11 —

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (2 OF 4)

SAT-A55P SAT-B55P

Q801

2SD601A-Q #

Q802

2SD601A-Q

R800

10K

R801

R802

1K

1K

#

#

#

#

#: Not Mounted

SAT-A55P/B55P

SAT-A55P/B55P

L

K

J

I

M

N

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 |

SMRESET

XMODEMCS

XAUX_CS

XCS1

XASICCS

LRCLK_7100

+3.3V

XVFDCS

FSSENAB

XCS6

+3.3V

B_RW

AC3ADDR1

AC3ADDR0

VFDALE

EXTRW

EXTWR

D532

TO SC BOARD

CN951

CN150

9P

WHT

:FFC

R161

0

1/16W

:CHIP

SMRESET_OUT

XCS4

LNBFSSCLK

XCS5

Q160

*

BUFFER

AMUTE

EXTDATA0

XAUX_CS

XCS1

A0

XASICCS

LRCLK

VCC

XISPEN

TDI/IN

XVFDCS

FSSENAB

XCS6

IC160

ISPLSI2032VE-135

LJ44

LOGIC

I/O

A1

XAC3CS

TMS

XRST/Y1

VCC

CLK40

ASICOE

XROMCS_B

SMVO

SVEN

R162

0

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

XAC3CS

C167

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

CLK40

SMVCCEN_OUT

SMVCCEN

NC

SW1

SCCLK

SCRST

GND

GND

+5V

SCPW

SCIO

7

6

5

9

8

4

3

2

1

C971

15p

CH:CHIP

C156

100p

CH:CHIP

FB970

C157

100p

CH:CHIP

C158

100p

CH:CHIP

XRST

XFLASHRST

XSMVCCSTOP

R172

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D109

RB731U-T108

+5V

SCPW

SMIO

D152

RB731U-T108

+3.3V

XAUX_CS

27MHZ

C164

100p

CH:CHIP

C163

100p

CH:CHIP

C161

100p

CH:CHIP

C159

100p

CH:CHIP

RB151

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R150

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

LNBPWR

LNBPOL

LNBLED

LNBVAL

FSSENAB

C151

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB731U-T108

R160

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

XROMKILL

XROMCS_A

R546

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R547

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R548

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R540

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R170

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

XMODEMCS

SMRESET_OUT

XSMDET

EXTRW

+5V

EXTADDR7

EXTADDR6

EXTADDR5

EXTADDR4

VSS

SC_IO

SC_CLK

SW1

NC

NC

XRESET

XAUX_CS

CLK_27M

VFD_BLANK

SM_10

VCR_CLK/VFD_CLK

VCR_DATA/VFD_SERIAL_OUT

XVCR_IRQ/VFD_LATCH

MODEM_CS

SM_RESET

SM_CLK

XSM_DETECT

ASICOE

EXTR/W

EXTADDR7

EXTADDR6

EXTADDR5

EXTADDR4

VSS

5 4

IC171

LP3470M5X-4.38

RESET IC

1 2 3

+3.3V

+3.3V

+5V

FB152

R119

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C152

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C171

0.47

10V

F:CHIP FB520

+3.3VFILT

+5V

J151

1P

MINIJACK

Q520

2SB709A-QRS-TX

SW

R545

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R522

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

D520

MA111-TX

C524

100p

CH:CHIP

IC520

MN150414SA1

IR BLASTER

RINT

R543

27

1/4W

:FPRD

C541

1000p

B:CHIP

C540

100p

CH:CHIP

Q521

2SD601A-QRS-TX

INV

D531

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C523

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

X520

4 MHz

R525

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C522

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

REM

VDD

XOUT

XIN

GND

XRST

XWDOUT

RDATA

RCLK

+3.3V

R526

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

SIRCSO

+3.3V

RB190

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

XEXTOE

UCAS

LCAS

R520

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q522

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

R521

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

RST

IC101

IS41LV16256-35T

DRAM

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

+3.3V

C126

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

11 | 12 |

TO HB BOARD

CN001

CN151

9P

WHT

:FFC

13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24

IC150

AT82002159-0T1T

ASIC

ATMEL

RB152

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C165

100p

CH:CHIP

C166

100p

CH:CHIP

C162

100p

CH:CHIP

+5V

VDD

5VDATA4

5VDATA12

5VDATA5

5VDATA13

5VDATA6

5VDATA14

5VDATA7

5VDATA15

TVDSSLED

TMR_LED

PWR_LED

XTV_DSS

RESET

ALE

XWR

XRD

VSS

XASIC_IRQ

XASIC_CS

EXTDATA15

EXTDATA7

EXTDATA14

EXTDATA6

VSS

S600

POWER SW

C515

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

T510

4

3 2

1

MODEM PRIMARY

C506

0.0047

2kV

E

R508

560

1/4W

:FPRD

D506

P3100SB

F500

0.5A

125V

473.500

FB500

FB501

F501

0.5A

125V

473.500

C507

470p

2kV

B

4 3

C508

470p

2kV

B

1 2

IC501

CPC1035NTR

OPTOMOS RELAY

J500

TEL LINE

1

2

C150

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

5VDATA12

5VDATA13

5VDATA14

5VDATA15

TXDA

RXDA

XOH

XOH

+5V

+5V

+5V

XRST

R111

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q101

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

RST

R112

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C502

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C503

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D502

MA111-TX

R506

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

R507

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

D503

MA111-TX

R509

0

1/16W

:CHIP

X500

11.0592MHz

30

RESET

31

32

VREF

RXA

1

2

3

4

GND

CLK

XTAL1

XTAL2

IC500

73K222BL-IH

MODEM IC

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

XINT

NC

TXA1

TXA2

VDD

XRD

XWR

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

R504

43

1/4W

RN

R502

10M

1/16W

:CHIP

C500

39p

CH:CHIP

C501

39p

CH:CHIP

R505

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R501

330

1/16W

:CHIP

R500

270

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

+5V

D504

MA111-TX

D505

MA111-TX

D507

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C509

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

EXTINT1

+5V

+5V

XTVDSS

R513

220

1/10W

:CHIP

EXTDATA15

EXTDATA7

EXTDATA14

EXTDATA6

D012

SLR-325MTC31

XASICIRQ

XASICCS

R012

220

1/16W

R011

220

1/16W

D011

SLR-325DCA47

R010

220

1/16W

+5V

D010

SLR-325VRT31

C154

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C153

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

|

IC100 IS FOR TOSHIBA FLASH

IC100 NEEDS R152 AND C181

IC100

TC58FVB160FT-85

FLASH ROM A

R152

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C181

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

+3.3V

R154

4.7k

1/16W

EXTDATA (0:15)

EXTADDR (0:24)

EXTWR

+3.3V

XROMCS_A

XFLASHRST

O

(3/4)

(LOGIC, ASIC)

P

EXTRW

RAS

25

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 3OF4

— 12 —

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (3 OF 4)

SAT-A55P

Q160 DTA114EKA-T146

SAT-B55P

#

#: Not Mounted

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

D

C

B

A

F

E

G

EXTRW

AC3ADDR1

AC3ADDR0

+3.3V

XAC3CS

TISPDIF

C901

*

+3.3V

EXTDATA15

EXTDATA14

EXTDATA13

EXTDATA12

EXTDATA11

EXTDATA10

EXTDATA9

EXTDATA8

C911

*

C912

*

C917

*

C910

*

RB910

*

FB900

*

PCMCLK

ASCLK

LRCLK

PCMDATA

R912

*

CN920

*

OPTICAL OUT

1 2 3 4

C919

*

25V

B:CHIP

+5V

R901

*

R902

*

+5V

A0

DATA7

DATA6

DATA5

DATA4

VDD2

VSS2

DATA3

DATA2

DATA1

DATA0

R904

*

IC910

*

AC3 AUDIO

AUDATA1

DC

DD

XRESET

VSSA

VDDA

FILTS

FILTD

CLKSEL

CLKIN

CMPREQ

C915

*

C916

*

27MHZ

C921

*

R903

*

C920

*

C922

*

XAC3REQ

R919

*

R906

*

R918

*

C913

*

XAC3RST

9 |

RB550

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

10 | 11 | 12 |

D550

Q550

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

R551

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R554

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

-5V

R550

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

UDZS-TE17-6.8B

PROTECTION DIODE

D552

DAN202K-T-146

R555

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R556

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D553

MA111-TX

Q551

2SB709A-QRS-TX

INVERTER

D551

DAN202K-T-146

PROT

-5V

C550

100p

CH:CHIP

D554

MA111-TX

D555

MA111-TX

R552

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R553

100

1/16W

:CHIP

TXDB

CN550

9P

5

9

4

8

3

7

2 1

6

13 | 14 |

SAT-A55P/B55P

15 |

EXTDATA (0:15)

+5V

RXDB

(4/4)

(AC3 AUDIO)

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 4OF4

(*) A BOARD VARIANT MODEL LIST (4 OF 4)

C901

C910

C911

C912

C913

C914

C915

C916

C917

SAT-A55

100µF

0.1

µF

1µF

0.1

µF

1µF

0.1µF

47µF

0.1µF

1µF

SAT-B55

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

C919

C920

C921

C922

0.01µF

CN920 IC GP1F32T

FB900

0 µH

IC910 IC CS492CL

R901

R902

SAT-A55

0.1µF

0.22µF

2.2µF

10K

10K

SAT-B55

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

R903

R904

R905

R906

R912

R918

R919

RB910

SAT-A55

0

10K

4.7K

0

10K

10K

4.7K

47

SAT-B55

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#

#: Not Mounted

— 13 —

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

A

[TRANSPORT, MICRO, MPEG A/VB, NTSC ENCODER, TUNER, POWER SUPPLY, AUDIO DAC, LOGIC, ASIC, AC3 AUDIO]

COMPONENT SIDE

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11

CN920

R921

J151

CN550

5

9

6

1

C919

R912

R292

C541

R293

R219

D550

D204

L290 R551

R554

C241

R244

Q202

R552

R553

R550

D551

C292

D210

R213

E

B

5

R661

R673

4

C656

R664

R660

Q655

R663

E

C655

B

R659

R655

C654

C651

R671

1

R296

R658

8

Q632

D630

R633

C293

R632

C249

R249

R224

C652

R653

E

B

R520

R548

X521

D520

FB520

C915

R

J800

L

CN300

V

NC

C818

C812

C307

C308

1

4

RF300

D552

R555

C632

R245

BST +5V

LNB-IN

B1+5V

C275

C813

C270

R297

C802

R809

R801

R315

Q801

R800 FB301

FB801

R348

R311

R310

R347

R316

C314

C313

R815

R332

C309

L210

C823

R321

R328

R327

L303

C321

R306

R325

R165

C250

C248

R164

B2+5V

NC+32V

ADR

SDA

SCL

AGCMONI

R252

14

1

B3+5V

C271

+12V

C272

C269

C260 R261

PS260

N10

R260

C826

R820

C821

C820

C817

C816

CN130

7

8

C132

R103

C131

FB270

C139

R105

R102

C829

L800

C160

C326

R301

C124

R300

L302

C301

C323

C135

C142

L112

C145 C119

R104

C300

3

R329

FB304

R110

R305

C304

C129

C312

CN120

1

C320

C137

C508

FB500

C506

F500

RY500

J500

1

2

C507

FB501

F501

R512

0 . 5 A 1 2 5 V

R508

VDR600

D601

C602

TP911

C916

R903

R905

R904

1

2

R906

CN150

9

R972

8

C901

C917

C158

C156

C157

ERROR

DATA0

1

2

3

6

7

4

5

CKOUT

STROUT

SCL

SDA

VCOADJ

NRES

D60

D/P

3.3V

3.3V

X850

FB105

GND

X190

R195

R196

D851

R197

R856

R854

C854

R853

D101

C116

C115

R193

R192

R191

R194

C195

C194

R198

C199

R855

L850

C111

C113

C110

C852

R852

C850

C108

C107

C106

C141

C127

C138

1 2

D700

1

D701

R602

IC700

R603

8

9

2

1

R913

R915

R917

CN151

C136

C181

IC001

O

C171

C273

G

D010

TP165

TP164

R161

C010

R163

TP167

TP171

C167

D011

TP172

TP173

R119

C153

C150

D012

C601

T601

R700

5

T620

CN601

VDR601

F601

C703

C701

C705

1-677-184-22

R505

R504

R510

D505

4

C503

C501

R503

X500

R511

R502

C500

R111

E

T510

C515

D504

3

18

R641

O

R640

R500

R506

D503

R501

D502

D620

C620

D621

C621

I

IC640

D640

C640

B

C635

Q690

O I

C691

R691

IC622

R692

R694

C692

D623

C623

C624

F620

C607

D706

C630

POWER

10

D705

C704

C700

9

3 4

2 1

S600

R625

C638

GND

GND

PWRSW

— 14 —

A BOARD LOCATOR LIST

(COMPONENT SIDE)

D503

D504

D505

D507

D520

D550

D551

D010

D011

D012

D101

D109

D210

D501

D502

DIODE

I-5

I-6

I-7

E-5

E-6

B-2

G-9

G-9

G-9

F-8

F-8

G-8

D-2

C-2

B-3

D552 B-3

D630

D640

D700

D701

C-3

G-10

E-9

E-9

D705

D706

E-11

E-10

D851 E-4

TRANSISTOR

Q160

Q202

Q204

I-7

B-2

B-1

Q240

Q632

Q801

Q802

C-3

C-3

B-6

B-6

SAT-A55P/B55P

A

[TRANSPORT, MICRO, MPEG A/VB, NTSC ENCODER, TUNER, POWER SUPPLY, AUDIO DAC, LOGIC, ASIC, AC3 AUDIO]

CONDUCTOR SIDE

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 |

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

D703

CN601

VDR601

VDR600

D705

D704

D706

4

C704

3

9

C705

C703

1 2

R628

R627

10

C601

T601

C607

5

T620

1-677-184-22

V

L R

J500

C507

2

FB501

1

F501

D601

C602

R508

RY500

D500

R513

D330

C315

R308

C508

RF300

FB500

F500

4

R335

1

CF300

FB304

L304

R330

Q303

R331

C506

C320

R333

C323

C313

50

CN120

RB100

RB121

RB101

1

R317

FB301

FB801

R829

RB800

D800

D801 D803

D802

R297

N 1 0

C317

R303

3

R302

IC120

C135

26

RB103

1

240

L302

Q301

C816

C160

C829

L800

R108

C821

8

1

C820

5

R825

PS260

NC GND

4

IC800

RB191

8

CN130

R260

GND NC NC TCK TCK TDO +5V TDI TMS

14

7

R107

R106

181

180

C272

RB110

1

FB270

L112

IC700

D700

D701

1

2

D623

C623

D640

C640

3

D621

C621

18

D620

C625

C620

T510

21

20

1

RB108

RB107

RB120

1

4

R504

14

13

25

RB190

C141

1

100

60

61

D102

44

1

D106

76

75

23

22

C145

FB105

R123

R190

D191 X190

Q190

121

FB850

R189

R857

D190

14

8

120

Q199

C199

7

1

R199

R188

D109

C850

1

L850

D850

4

X850

D152

2

3

IC170

C273

IC171

1

8

5

4

IC104

6

1

RB550

Q551

C632

Q631

C248

Q241

15

1

4

IC240

16

IC521

C901

C915

FB900

C917

FB970

9

C971

8

6

7

D555 Q550

CN550

9

5

CN920

R292

D204

44

1

8

Q203

5

30

40

39

5

D532

X521

15

1

8

Q290

B

28

L290

R293

R218

C241

E

4

5

Q650

1

IC520

Q651 Q652

Q522

14

1

29

28

1

4

B

IC206

R670

E

R660

Q655

C656

Q654

Q653

B

Q520

GND

18 17

PREAD

PWRITE

PACEN

E

PREADREQ

PERROR

PDATA7

PDATA6

PDATA5

PDATA4

PDATA3

PDATA2

PDATA1

PDATA0

GND

GND

CLK40 GND

2 1

CN180

IC910

1

2

CN150

17

18 TP911

R159

48

1

2 4

1

TP900

25

48

C624

I

IC640

O

29

30 1

IC500

5

4

X500

IC150

25

26 50

51

25

24

25

24

R158

24

1

25

48

POWER

C630

G

G

PWS

F620

S600

3.15A

125V/250V

I

O

C635

Q693

Q691

B

Q101

Q690

E

C691

Q692

18

17

R172

RB154 RB153

R156

1

29

CN153

2

39

D012

28

40

D011

R153

18

48

IC160

17

TP165

TP164

TP171

6

7

R166

A-1299-

R010

C010

R013

D010

IC180

1

G O

48

IC001

1

IC100

1

R910

R911

R914

R916

9

2

1

24

CN151

9

8

25

11

— 15 —

A BOARD LOCATOR LIST

(CONDUCTOR SIDE)

IC001

IC100

IC101

IC104

IC110

IC120

IC150

IC160

IC170

IC206

IC240

IC260

IC290

IC300

IC301

IC500

DIODE

F-6

E-7

E-7

B-10

C-9

C-9

B-8

B-10

B-6

B-6

B-6

B-5

C-3

B-3

D-10

C-9

B-9

B-9

B-9

D-3

G-3

F-2

F-2

H-2

B-7

B-7

B-7

B-7

F-7

IC

G-5

H-6

G-7

C-10

C-9

C-7

I-8

H-9

F-6

G-8

E-5

D-5

C-10

C-4

B-5

G-4

D531

D532

D553

D554

D555

D601

D620

D621

D623

D624

D800

D152

D190

D191

D204

D240

D241

D270

D290

D307

D308

D330

D331

D500

D506

D801

D802

D803

D850

Q199

Q201

Q203

Q241

Q290

Q301

Q302

Q303

Q304

Q520

Q521

IC501

IC520

IC622

IC623

IC624

IC640

IC700

IC800

IC801

C-4

C-10

H-3

IC802

IC850

B-7

E-7

IC910 E-9

TRANSISTOR

Q101

Q190

H-4

E-7

F-1

F-1

G-3

E-3

C-6

C-6

Q522

Q550

Q551

Q630

Q631

Q650

C-10

B-9

B-8

B-9

B-9

C-9

F-7

C-10

C-9

D-8

B-9

C-5

B-5

B-5

B-5

D-10

D-10

Q651

Q652

Q653

Q654

Q655

C-10

C-10

C-10

C-10

C-11

Q690

Q691

Q692

H-4

H-3

I-4

Q693 I-3

Q800 B-6

CRYSTAL

X190 E-7

X500

X520

X850

G-4

D-10

F-7

SAT-A55P/B55P

SAT-A55P/B55P

D

C

E

B

A

HB BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

S004

U

MENU

S001

L

S003

S002

EXIT

S005

D

ENTER

S006

R

S007

(FRONT PANEL)

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> HB

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

GND

GND

EXIT

LEFT

MENU

DOWN

RIGHT

SELECT

UP

CN001

9P

WHT

:FFC

TO A BOARD

CN151

E

D

C

B

A

HB

[FRONT PANEL]

1 | 2 |

CN001

1

2

9

8

S007

UP

RIGHT

LEFT

SELECT

DOWN

1-677-185-11

EXIT MENU

— 16 —

3 |

5 |

4 | 5 |

SC2 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1 | 2 | 3

R953

10k

:CHIP

R950

10k

:CHIP

A

B

C961

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C954

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C955

10

10V

F:CHIP

C952

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C951

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

CLKDIV1

CLKDIV2

RFU1

PGND

S2

AUX2UC

AUX1UC

I/OUC

XTAL1

XTAL2

PRES

I/O

AUX2

AUX1

CGND

VDDP

S1

VUP

XPRES

XOFF

GND

VDD

RSTIN

XCMDVCC

N/C

VCC

RST

CLK

IC950

TDA8004T

CARD READER

C960

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R961

560

1/10W

:CHIP

|

R962

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

Q952

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

C

CN950

SC CONN

SW2

SCPW

SCRST

SCCLK

NC

NC

SCIO

SCPW

E

SW1

C956

82pF

CH:CHIP

C953

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D

(SMART CARD)

C957

10

10V

C958

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P>SC2

4

Q951

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

IC952

TL431CLP-Z

3

2

1

R957

10k

:CHIP

Q950

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

TO A BOARD

CN951

CN951

9P

WHT

:FFC

|

R963

27

1/10W

:CHIP

R959

2.2k

1/10W

:RN-CP

C962

1

R960

6.8k

1/10W

:RN-CP

E

5

A

SC2

1

[SMART CARD]

| 2 |

CN951

R962

1

2

C958

9

8

C957

C950

C956

R960

R959

IC952

A K

R961

1

9

10

4

R963

15 14

3 | 4

|

|

B

8

28

5

1

R950

C953

CN950

C

1-679-916-11

E

D

— 17 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

5 |

SAT-A55P/B55P

3-4. SEMICONDUCTORS

MN4SV17165BT-12

50

26

MC34063ABN

8

7

1

2

3

4

6

5

(TOP VIEW)

TOP VIEW

25

2

DAN202K

3

2

1

3

1

2SD774-34

E C

B

SLR-325MCT31

SLR-325DCA47

SLR-325VRT31

TA7805S

ANODE CATHODE

PIN 1.IN

3.GND

2.OUT

1

3

2

2SA1162-G0

2SD601A-Q

DTC144EK-T164

C

B

E

S2LA20F

CATHODE

ANODE

MN150414SA1

28 15

2SD2394-EF

(TOP VIEW)

14

B

C E

UDZ-TE-17-6.8B

2

1

1

2

NJM78M05FA

3

1

2

PIN 1.OUT

2.COMMON

3.IN

AT24C64N-10SC

BA10393F-E1

MC14577CF

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

(TOP VIEW)

PST575DMT-T1

4 3

1

(TOP VIEW)

2

TL431CLP-Z

1

2

3

HVU359TRF

MA111

ANODE

CATHODE

D5SC4M

MC7905CT

TOP224Y-B

1

12

3

2

3

PIN 1.GND

2.IN

3.OUT

1

1

3

2

2

3

NJM2129M-TE2

SN74HCU04ANS-E20

TC74AC04F-EL

14 8

1

(TOP VIEW)

7

S1WB60B

|

SIW

B

{

|

{

RD6.2MW-T1B

3

2

1

3

2

1

DTA114WSA-TP

E

C

B

— 18 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS

Components not identifi ed by a part number or description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service.

The component parts of an assembly are indicated by the reference numbers in the far right column of the parts list and within the dotted lines of the diagram.

*

Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Expect some delay when ordering these components.

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety.

Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque !

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

4-1. CHASSIS

7-685-871-01 SCREW +BVTT 3X6

7-682-547-09 SCREW +BTT 3X6

12

13

10

11

8

7

9

1

2

6

4

5

REF.NO. PART NO.

1

2

2

3

4-062-173-01

DESCRIPTION

EMBLEM, SONY (4-A)

X-4036-848-4 PANEL ASSY, FRONT

X-4036-848-3 PANEL ASSY, FRONT

4-071-127-11 PANEL, INDICATOR

* 4

5

* 6

* 7

* 7

A-1372-878-A HB MOUNTED PC BOARD

4-048-281-01 FOOT

4-060-761-06 CASE, LOWER

A-1299-328-A A COMPLETE PC BOARD

A-1299-327-A A COMPLETE PC BOARD

3

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

! 8

* 9

10

8-598-524-00 MODULE, INTERFACE DQS-DA101F

A-1391-061-A SC2 MOUNTED PC BOARD

8-598-363-00 RF REMOCON RECEIVER RFR-RA101

11 3-682-691-00 NUT, HEXAGON

12 4-080-221-01 CASE,

* 13 4-071-128-32 LABEL,

* 13 4-071-128-22 LABEL,

— 19 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety.

Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque !

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

4-2. SAN-18D3

7-685-871-01 BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 1/2 FORMING

4-061-591-01 BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 1/2

21

23

22

31

29

30

28

32

34

33

24

20

26

25

27

REF.NO. PART NO.

20 X-4035-039-2

DESCRIPTION [Assembly Includes]

MOUNT ASSY, REFLECTOR 21-24

21 4-061-583-01

22 4-061-584-01 REFLECTOR, MOUNTING BASE

* 23 4-061-576-11 LABEL, MODEL NUMBER

24

25

* 26

* 27

4-061-587-01 BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 7/8

X-4035-030-1 MOUNT ASSY, UNIVERSAL

4-061-588-01 MAST, UNIVERSAL MOUNT

4-061-589-01 FOOT, UNIVERSAL MOUNT

26-27

REF.NO. PART NO.

* 28

29

30

31

X-4035-040-1

DESCRIPTION ([Assembly Includes]

ARM ASSY, LNB

8-598-326-02 CONVERTER, BS SAC-DA201

4-061-590-01 ARM, LNB SUPPORT

4-061-592-01 SCREW, ROUND SEMS (2)

29-31

32 4-049-203-01 WATERPROOF

33 4-049-478-01 (L)

34 1-251-841-11 SIGNAL

— 20 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque !

sont critiques pour la securite.

Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

The components in this manual identifi ed by the following symbol: indicate parts that have been carefully factoryselected to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation for each set.

Should replacement be required for one of these components, replace only with the value originally used.

RESISTORS

• All resistors are in ohms

• F : nonfl ammable

• All variable and adjustable resistors

A have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.

*

Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Expect some delay when ordering these components.

When ordering parts by reference number, please include the board name.

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

A

* A-1299-328-A A BOARD, COMPLETE (SAT-A55P ONLY)

* A-1299-327-A

A BOARD, COMPLETE (SAT-B55P ONLY)

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

C126 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C127 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C128 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C129 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C130 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

1-533-223-11 HOLDER,

4-382-854-01

4-382-854-11

4-382-854-41

SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+)

SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+)

SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+)

C131 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C132 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C133 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C134 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C135 1-131-379-00 TANTALUM

CAPACITOR

C010 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C100 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C101 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C102 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C103 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C136 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C137 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C138 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C140 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C150 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C104 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C105 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C106 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C107 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C108 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C151 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C152 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C153 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C154 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C156 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C109 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C110 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C111 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C112 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C113 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C157 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C158 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C159 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C160 1-126-916-11 ELECT

C161 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C114 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C115 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C116 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C117 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C118 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C162 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C163 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C164 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C165 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C166 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C119 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C120 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C121 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C122 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C123 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C124 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C125 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C167 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C171 1-113-619-11 CERAMIC 0.47µF 10V

C181 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C192 1-216-864-11 SHORT

C193 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C194 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C195 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C196 1-104-665-11 ELECT

— 21 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

A

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

C238 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C239 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C240 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C241 1-126-960-11 ELECT

C242 1-165-112-11 CERAMIC 0.33µF 16V

C245 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C248 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C249 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C250 1-126-959-11 ELECT

C260 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C269 1-126-934-11 ELECT

C270 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C271 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C272 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C273 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C274 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C275 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C276 1-165-319-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 50V

C277 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C290 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C291 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C292 1-135-909-71 ELECT

C293 1-126-971-11 ELECT

C300 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C301 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C302 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC 50V

C303 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC 50V

C304 1-162-928-11 CERAMIC 120pF 5% 50V

C305 1-162-928-11 CERAMIC 120pF 5% 50V

C306 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC 50V

C307 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C308 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C309 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C310 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C311 1-162-920-11 CERAMIC 27pF 5% 50V

C312 1-162-916-11 CERAMIC 12pF 5% 50V

C313 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C314 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C315 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C316 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C317 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C320 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C321 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C322 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C323 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C325 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C326 1-162-926-11 CERAMIC 82pF 5% 50V

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

C327 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C328 1-162-928-11 CERAMIC 120pF 5% 50V

C331 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC 50V

C332 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC 50V

C344 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C345 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C500 1-162-922-11 CERAMIC 39pF 5% 50V

C501 1-162-922-11 CERAMIC 39pF 5% 50V

C502 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C503 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

! C506

1-162-114-00 CERAMIC

! C507

1-162-134-11 CERAMIC

! C508

1-162-134-11 CERAMIC

.0047µF 2KV

470pF 10% 2KV

470pF 10% 2KV

C509 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C515 1-164-227-11 CERAMIC 0.022µF

C522 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C523 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C524 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C540 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

C541 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C550 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC 100pF 5% 50V

! C601

1-136-345-21 MYLAR

! C602

1-136-345-21 MYLAR

0.1µF

0.1µF

20% 125V

20% 125V

C603 1-102-050-00 CERAMIC

C604 1-102-050-00 CERAMIC

! C605

1-113-903-11 CERAMIC

! C606

1-113-903-11 CERAMIC

0.001µF 20% 250V

0.001µF 20% 250V

C607 1-113-610-11 ELECT(BLOCK) 220µF 20%

C620 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC

C621 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC

C623 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC

C624 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC

C625 1-128-582-11 ELECT

C626 1-126-971-11 ELECT

C628 1-104-666-11 ELECT

C630 1-126-944-11 ELECT

C632 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C635 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C636 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C638 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C639 1-126-951-11 ELECT

C640 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC

C641 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C650 1-126-960-11 ELECT

C651 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C652 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C653 1-126-961-11 ELECT

— 22 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

A

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

C654 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C655 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C656 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C691 1-131-388-00 TANTALUM

C692 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C699 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C702 1-107-601-11 CERAMIC

C703 1-126-951-11 ELECT

C704 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C705 1-126-964-11 ELECT

33pF 5% 500V

C801 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C802 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C808 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C809 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C812 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C813 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C814 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C815 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C816 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C817 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C818 1-162-923-11 CERAMIC 47pF 5% 50V

C820 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C821 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C822 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C823 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC 0.001µF

C824 1-162-922-11 CERAMIC 39pF 5% 50V

C825 1-162-922-11 CERAMIC 39pF 5% 50V

C826 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C827 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C828 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C829 1-104-665-11 ELECT

C850 1-126-960-11 ELECT

C851 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C852 1-216-864-11 SHORT

C853 1-162-959-11 CERAMIC 330pF 5% 50V

C854 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C855 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C901 1-104-665-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C910 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

(SAT-A55P

C911 1-126-960-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C912 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

(SAT-A55P

C913 1-126-960-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C914 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

(SAT-A55P

— 23 —

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

C915 1-126-967-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C916 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

(SAT-A55P

C917 1-126-960-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C919 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

(SAT-A55P

C920 1-115-467-11 CERAMIC 10V

(SAT-A55P

C921 1-126-961-11 ELECT

(SAT-A55P

C922 1-162-974-11 CERAMIC 0.01µF 50V

(SAT-A55P

C971 1-162-917-11 CERAMIC 15pF 5% 50V

FILTER

CF300 1-527-943-00 CERAMIC

CONNECTOR

* CN150 1-568-828-11

* CN151 1-568-828-11

(SAT-A55P

PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 9P

PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 9P

! CN601 1-251-135-11 INLET, AC.

DIODE

(SAT-A55P

D190 1-163-233-91 CERAMIC 18pF 5% 50V

D191 8-719-031-68 DIODE

D204 8-719-063-73 DIODE

D210 8-719-404-50 DIODE

D240 8-719-404-50 DIODE

D241 8-719-404-50 DIODE

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

! D506

8-719-064-74 DIODE

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

! FB500 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

! FB501 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB520 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB601 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB602 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB801 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB850 1-414-231-22 FERRITE

FB900 1-414-231-22 FERRITE

FB970 1-414-231-22 FERRITE

IC001

IC

8-742-205-30 HYB IC SBX3081-01(30)

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

VALUES

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

A

! IC290

8-759-641-88 IC

! IC501

8-749-017-37

73K222BL-IH

CPC1035NTR

D850 1-163-224-11 CERAMIC 50V

FUSE

! F500

1-576-393-11 FUSE

! F501

1-576-393-11 FUSE

! F601

1-532-745-11 FUSE,

! F620

1-532-745-11 FUSE,

FERRITE BEAD

FB105 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB152 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB270 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB300 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB301 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB302 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

FB304 1-412-911-11 FERRITE

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

0µH

! IC623

8-719-936-96 PHOTO COUPLER PC817-B

! IC700

8-759-490-02 IC

JACK

J151 1-568-267-21 JACK

! J500

1-770-671-11 MODULAR

J800 1-770-546-21 JACK, 6P

— 24 —

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

SAT-A55P/B55P

A

REF.NO. PART NO.

COIL

DESCRIPTION

L110 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L111 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L112 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L210 1-406-669-11 INDUCTOR

L290 1-406-669-11 INDUCTOR

L300 1-408-605-31 INDUCTOR

L301 1-408-605-31 INDUCTOR

L302 1-408-613-31 INDUCTOR

L303 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L304 1-410-471-11 INDUCTOR

L625 1-406-659-11 INDUCTOR

L800 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L805 1-408-608-31 INDUCTOR

L850 1-414-108-11 INDUCTOR

IC LINK

PS260 1-532-605-00

TRANSISTOR

LINK, IC 0.4A/150V

VALUES

15µH

15µH

68µH

27µH

12µH

27µH

27µH

27µH

470µH

470µH

10µH

27µH

27µH

0.68µH

(SAT-A55P

(SAT-A55P

RESISTOR

R010 1-216-813-11 RES-CHIP

R011 1-216-813-11 RES-CHIP

R012 1-216-813-11 RES-CHIP

R013 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R100 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R101 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R102 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R103 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R104 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R105 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R106 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R107 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R109 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R110 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R111 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R112 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R115 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R119 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R123 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R137 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R138 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R139 1-216-801-11 RES-CHIP

R150 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R152 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R154 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R160 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R161 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R162 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R164 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R165 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R170 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R172 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R188 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R190 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R191 1-216-845-11 RES-CHIP

— 25 —

220 5% 1/16W

220 5% 1/16W

220 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

22 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

100K 5% 1/16W

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

A

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

R192 1-216-845-11 RES-CHIP

R193 1-216-845-11 RES-CHIP

R194 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R195 1-216-857-11 RES-CHIP

R196 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R197 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R198 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

R212 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R213 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

R214 1-216-835-11 RES-CHIP

R218 1-216-827-11 RES-CHIP

R219 1-216-049-11 RES-CHIP

R220 1-216-827-11 RES-CHIP

R224 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R241 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

VALUES

100K 5% 1/16W

100K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

1M 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

22K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

22K 5% 1/16W

15K 5% 1/16W

3.3K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/10W

3.3K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

R319 1-216-822-11 RES-CHIP

R320 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R321 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R322 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R323 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R324 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R325 1-216-831-11 RES-CHIP

R326 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R327 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R328 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R330 1-216-815-11 RES-CHIP

R331 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R332 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R333 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R335 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

VALUES

1.2K 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

6.8K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

330 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

R245 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R246 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R310 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R311 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R312 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

R313 1-216-817-11 RES-CHIP

R314 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R315 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R317 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R318 1-216-818-11 RES-CHIP

10K 5% 1/16W

R248 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R249 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R252 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

R260 1-215-881-11 METAL 15 5% 2W

R290 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R291 1-249-401-11 CARBON

! R292

1-260-292-11 CARBON

R294 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R295 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

1K 5% 1/16W

47 5% 1/4W

1 5% 1/2W

1K 5% 1/16W

22K 5% 1/16W

R300 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R301 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R302 1-216-814-11 RES-CHIP

R303 1-216-814-11 RES-CHIP

R304 1-216-823-11 RES-CHIP

R305 1-216-823-11 RES-CHIP

R306 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R307 1-216-819-11 RES-CHIP

R308 1-216-831-11 RES-CHIP

R309 1-216-830-11 RES-CHIP

75

75

5% 1/16W

5% 1/16W

270 5% 1/16W

270 5% 1/16W

1.5K 5% 1/16W

1.5K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

680 5% 1/16W

6.8K 5% 1/16W

5.6K 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

470 5% 1/16W

75 5% 1/16W

75 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/16W

R342 1-216-805-11 RES-CHIP

R347 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R348 1-218-285-11 RES-CHIP

R500 1-216-814-11 RES-CHIP

R501 1-216-815-11 RES-CHIP

R502 1-219-570-11 RES-CHIP

R504 1-215-388-00 METAL

R505 1-216-797-11 RES-CHIP

R506 1-216-857-11 RES-CHIP

R507 1-216-857-11 RES-CHIP

! R508

1-249-414-11 CARBON

R509 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R513 1-216-033-00 RES-CHIP

R520 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R521 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R522 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R525 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

R526 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R540 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R543 1-249-398-11 CARBON

R545 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R546 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R547 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R548 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R550 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R551 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R552 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R553 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R554 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R555 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

47 5% 1/16W

75 5% 1/16W

75 5% 1/16W

270 5% 1/16W

330 5% 1/16W

10M 5% 1/16W

43 1% 1/4W

10 5% 1/16W

1M 5% 1/16W

1M 5% 1/16W

560 5% 1/4W

220 5% 1/10W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

22K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

27 5% 1/4W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

R556 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

! R600

1-202-723-00 SOLID

10K 5% 1/16W

2.2M 20% 1/2W

R601 1-217-253-11 WIREWOUND 2.2 10%

— 26 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

A

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

R602 1-216-113-00 RES-CHIP

R603 1-216-113-00 RES-CHIP

R624 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R625 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R626 1-260-332-51 CARBON

R627 1-218-675-11 RES-CHIP

R629 1-216-839-11 RES-CHIP

R630 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R631 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R632 1-216-834-11 RES-CHIP

R633 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R635 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R637 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R640 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R641 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R650 1-249-389-11 CARBON

R651 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R652 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R653 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R655 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R656 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R657 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R658 1-216-827-11 RES-CHIP

R659 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

R660 1-249-389-11 CARBON

R661 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R662 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R663 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

VALUES

470K 5% 1/10W

470K 5% 1/10W

1K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/2W

200 5% 1/16W

33K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

12K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

4.7 5% 1/4W

1K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

3.3K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

4.7 5% 1/4W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION

R810 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R811 1-216-825-11 RES-CHIP

R815 1-216-813-11 RES-CHIP

R820 1-216-842-11 RES-CHIP

R821 1-216-842-11 RES-CHIP

R822 1-216-826-11 RES-CHIP

R823 1-216-826-11 RES-CHIP

R826 1-216-835-11 RES-CHIP

R827 1-216-835-11 RES-CHIP

R828 1-218-725-11 RES-CHIP

R829 1-218-725-11 RES-CHIP

R850 1-216-845-11 RES-CHIP

R851 1-216-835-11 RES-CHIP

R853 1-216-845-11 RES-CHIP

R854 1-216-813-11 RES-CHIP

VALUES

10K 5% 1/16W

2.2K 5% 1/16W

220 5% 1/16W

56K 5% 1/16W

56K 5% 1/16W

2.7K 5% 1/16W

2.7K 5% 1/16W

15K 5% 1/16W

15K 5% 1/16W

24K 5% 1/16W

24K 5% 1/16W

100K 5% 1/16W

15K 5% 1/16W

100K 5% 1/16W

220 5% 1/16W

R855 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R856 1-216-864-11 SHORT

R857 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

R858 1-216-809-11 RES-CHIP

10K 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

100 5% 1/16W

R901 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

(SAT-A55P

10K 5% 1/16W

R902 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R903 1-216-864-11 SHORT

(SAT-A55P

R904 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R905 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R906 1-216-864-11 SHORT

(SAT-A55P

R664 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R670 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R671 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R672 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

R673 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

4.7K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

22K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

R912 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

(SAT-A55P

10K 5% 1/16W

R918 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

(SAT-A55P

10K 5% 1/16W

R919 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

(SAT-A55P

4.7K 5% 1/16W

R690 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP

R691 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

R692 1-216-836-11 RES-CHIP

R693 1-216-829-11 RES-CHIP

R694 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP

22K 5% 1/16W

10K 5% 1/16W

18K 5% 1/16W

4.7K 5% 1/16W

1K 5% 1/16W

R700 1-216-313-00 RES-CHIP

R800 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP

8.2 5% 1/10W

10K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R801 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R802 1-216-821-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W

(SAT-A55P

R808 1-216-837-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W

R809 1-216-833-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W

— 27 —

RESISTOR BRIDGE

RB100 1-239-409-11

RB101 1-239-409-11

RB102 1-239-409-11

RB103 1-239-409-11

RB104 1-239-409-11

RB105 1-239-409-11

RB106 1-239-409-11

RB107 1-239-409-11

RB108 1-239-409-11

RB110 1-236-908-11

RB120 1-236-908-11

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 10K

RES, CHIP NETWORK 10K

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

A HB SC2

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF.NO. PART NO.

RB121 1-236-908-11

RB151 1-239-409-11

RB152 1-239-409-11

RB190 1-236-908-11

RB191 1-239-409-11

RB550 1-236-908-11

RB800 1-233-411-21

RB910 1-239-409-11

MODULATOR

DESCRIPTION VALUES

RES, CHIP NETWORK 10K

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

RES, CHIP NETWORK 10K

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

-3216

RES, CHIP NETWORK 10K

RES, CHIP NETWORK 220

RES, CHIP NETWORK 47

-3216

-3216

-3216

SWITCH

TRANSFORMER

! T510

1-427-947-11 TRANSFORMER,

! T601

1-411-672-11 FILTER,

! T620

1-431-646-21 TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER (SRT)

TUNER

! TU201 8-598-524-00 MODULE, INTERFACE DQS-DA101F

VARISTOR

! VDR601 1-801-074-41 VARISTOR

CRYSTAL

ERZV10D271

SC2

* A-1391-061-A

SC2 BOARD, MOUNTED

CAPACITOR

C951 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C952 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C953 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C954 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C955 1-117-370-11 CERAMIC 10µF 10V

C956 1-163-249-11 CERAMIC 82pF 5% 50V

C957 1-124-261-00 ELECT

C958 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C960 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C961 1-163-038-91 CERAMIC 0.1µF 25V

C962 1-126-160-11 ELECT

CONNECTOR

CN950 1-785-558-11

CN951 1-568-852-11

CONNECTOR, SMART CARD

PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 9P

DIODE

IC

IC952 8-759-198-31 IC

TRANSISTOR

HB

* A-1372-878-A

HB BOARD, MOUNTED

CONNECTOR

CN001 1-568-852-11 PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 9P

SWITCH

RESISTOR

R950 1-216-073-91 RES-CHIP

R953 1-216-073-91 RES-CHIP

R957 1-216-073-91 RES-CHIP

10K 5% 1/10W

10K 5% 1/10W

10K 5% 1/10W

R961 1-216-043-91 RES-CHIP

R962 1-216-073-91 RES-CHIP

R963 1-216-011-00 RES-CHIP

560 5% 1/10W

10K 5% 1/10W

27 5% 1/10W

— 28 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

SAT-A55P/B55P

NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and !

mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed.

NOTE: Les composants identifi es par un trame et une marque

!

sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

*

*

!

*

REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES

ACCESSORIES AND PACKAGING

1-754-022-11

1-769-758-11

ANTENNA, RF REMOTE

CABLE, MODULAR (WITH PLUG)

4-071-131-51

1-790-131-11

LABEL, INDIVIDUAL CARTON

CORD SET, POWER SUPPLY

CORD, CONNECTION (AV)

CORD, CONNECTION (COAXIAL)

1-751-271-12

1-696-592-11

1-782-576-11 CORD, CONNECTION (S-VIDEO)

4-075-080-22

4-075-080-31

MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)

MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH)

REMOTE COMMANDER

1-475-342-11

9-973-375-01

1-418-609-11

4-978-977-01

REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y139)

BATTERY COVER FOR RM-Y139

REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y802)

BATTERY COVER FOR RM-Y802

— 29 —

SAT-A55P/B55P

9-965-914-01

Sony Corporation

Sony Technology Center

Technical Services

Service Promotion Department

English

2001BJ74015-1

Printed in the U.S.A.

© 2001.4

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 4)

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H

G

I

F

E

D

C

B

A

9 | 10 | 11 | 12 |

+9V

+5V

C692

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R690

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q690

2SD2394-EF

5V REG.

R691

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R692

18k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q692

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C699

100

10V

R693

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q691

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R694

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q693

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C691

68

6.3V

:TANTA

+3.3V

RB121

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

EXTINT2

3 3V

C140

100

10V

RB100

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB101

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

IC120

MT48LC1M16A1TG-7

S

SDRAM

C137

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C129

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

28 27 26

RB103

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C128

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB104

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

RB105

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C138

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB108

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C127

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB107

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RB106

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

R115

10k

RB102

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

C101

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C103

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C100

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C102

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

SADDR7

SADDR6

VDD

VSS

SADDR5

SADDR4

SADDR3

SADDR2

SADDR1

SADDR0

SADDR10

SADDR11

VDD

VSS

SCS2

SCS1

SRAS

SDATA12

SDATA11

SDATA10

SDATA9

VDD

VSS

SDATA8

SDOMU

SCLK

SCKE

SADDR9

SADDR8

SCAS

SWE

SDOML

SDATA7

SDATA6

VDD

VSS

SDATA5

SDATA4

SDATA3

SDATA2

SDATA1

SDATA0

EXTINT2

EXTINT1

+5V

C125

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

L110

:FLR50

C160

1000

6.3V

C124

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C123

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

C135

22

6.3V

:TANTA

C130

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R108

30k

:RN-CP

C122

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C121

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C131

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C132

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C133

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R107

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R106

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R105

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R104

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R102

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R103

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R137

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C120

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

IC110

TMS320AV7100-2.7

TRANSPORT, MICRO.

MPEG A/V

NTSC ENCODER

13 |

C119

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

14 | 15 |

C118

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

TDI

XRESET

DCLK

PACCLK

DERROR

BYTE_STRT

CS5

VSS

VDD

DATAIN7

DATAIN6

DATAIN5

DATAIN4

DATAIN3

DATAIN2

DATAIN1

DATAIN0

IO2

IR

VSS

VDD5V

CLK_SEL

CLK27

EXTOE/EXTACTIVE

PDATA0

RF

SIRCSI

UARTDI1

UARTDI2

VSS

VDD

IIC_SDA

IIC_SCL

IO1

SIRCSO

UARTDO1

UARTDO2

TDO

TRST

VSS

TMS

TCK

VSS2

VDD2

+3

YOUT

COUT

+3.3V

T

R

S5

SS

DD

DI

T

LK

K

V

L

7

4

3

2

7

6

5

1

0

O2

IR

SS

1

2

SS

DD

A

L

O1

O

1

2

DO

ST

SS

MS

CK

A0

RF

I

S2

D2

C117

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C114

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+5V

R110

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C196

100

10V

1

2

3

CN120

*

GND

RFIN

+5V

R101

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

XRST

DCLK

PACCLK

DERROR

D101

*

C116

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

DATAIN7

DATAIN6

DATAIN5

DATAIN4

DATAIN3

DATAIN2

DATAIN1

DATAIN0

R123 0 1/16W

XAC3RST

:CHIP

C115

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

FB105

XCS5

+5V

R013

470

1/16W

C010

100

10V

IC001

SBX3081-01(30)

IR-RCVR

IR

RB110

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

RXDB

RXDA

SDA

SCL

XAC3REQ

SIRCSO

TXDB

TXDA

+5V

C195 100p CH:CHIP

R190

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R191

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R192

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

RB191

*

+32V

LNBFB

+9V

R193

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

SDA

SCL

+12V

+3.3V

+5V

C194

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

PS260

ICP-N10-T104

0.4A

R165

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R164

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R260

15

2W

:RS

5V REG.

IC260

L7805CV

I O

G

C269

220

10V

+5V

C136

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C271

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

8 7 6 5

C260

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

FB270

C272

100

10V

C270

100

10V

IC104

M24C64-WMN6T(A)

EEPROM

C277

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

DATAIN0

DATAIN1

DATAIN2

DATAIN3

DATAIN4

DATAIN5

1 2 3 4

DATAIN6

DATAIN7

LRCLK_7100

DCLK

PCMDATA

ASCLK

LRCLK

PCMCLK

SCL

SDA

+5V

C275

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C274

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

27MHZ

XRST

R197

100

D270

D1NL20U-TR

C276

0.1

F:CHIP

TU201

DQS-DA101F

DATA5

GND

DATA6

GND

DATA7

GND

CK OUT

GND

STR

OUT

GND

SCL

GND

SDA

GND

VCO

ADJ

GND

NRES

GND

NC

BOOSTER

+5V

LNB-IN

B1+5V

B2+5V

VC+32V

ADR

SDA

SCL

AGC

MONI

B3+5V

+12V

DATA0

VDDA

3.3V

DATA1

VDDA

+3.3V

DATA2

GND

DATA3

GND

DATA4

GND

SAT-A55P/B55P

O

P

M

N

L

K

J

+3.3V

RB120

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

EXTINT2

+3.3V

R109

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R115

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

EXTINT1

XASICIRQ

UCAS

LCAS

RAS

XASICCS

XCS4

EXTACK2

XCS6

XCS1

EXTADDR (0:24)

EXTDATA (0:15)

C104

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C105

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

CS3

CS4

EXTACK2

EXTACK1

VDD

VSS

EXTACK0

CS6

CS1

SDATA0

EXTINT2

EXTINT1

VDD

VSS

EXTINT0

UCAS

LCAS

RAS

EXTADDR9

C106

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C107

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C108

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C109

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C110

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C111

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R139

22

1/16W

:CHIP

R138

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R100

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

EXTOE/EXTACTIVE

VSS2

VDD2

VCXO_CTRL

PCMCLK

SPDIF

LRCLK

ASCLK

VSS

VDD

CS2

PCMDATA

PCM_SRC

AUD_PLLI

AUD_PLLO

GNDA1

VCCA1

SMIO

SMVCCDETECT

L112

:FLR50

— 10 —

A

C

DD

S2

F

K

K

SS

S2

D2

L

K

I

O

A1

A1

IO

L112

:FLR50

R188

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C114

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

TISPDIF

C112

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C134

100

10V

L111

:FLR50

100

10V

C113

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

XMODEMCS

C195 100p CH:CHIP

R190

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R198 22k 1/16W :CHIP

R191

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q190

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

D190

18P

CH:CHIP

IC850(3/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

R192

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C192

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C193

100p

CH:CHIP

R193

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

X190

27 MHz

11

C194

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D191

HVU359TRF

VARICAP

10

R195 1M 1/16W :CHIP

R194 100 1/16W :CHIP

R197

100

1/16W

:CHIP

12

13

R196

100

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(4/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

R851

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

C850

1

R850 100k 1/16W :CHIP

C851

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D850

7.0P

CH:CHIP

C852

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R858

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R853

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C853

330p

CH:CHIP

X850

36.864 MHz

L850

:FLR50

1

D851

HVU359TRF

:VARICAP

2

C854

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R855 10k 1/16W :CHIP

R857

100

1/16W

:CHIP

4

3

R856

0

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(2/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

XSMVCCEN

R854

220

1/16W

:CHIP

IC850(1/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

Q199

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

C273

100

10V

FB850

+3.3V

5 6

IC850(5/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

9

14

8

7

IC850(6/6)

TC74AC04F-EL

INV

C855

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

XRST

DERROR

PACCLK

XSMVCCSTOP

SMIO

SMVCCDET

SMRESET

SMCLK

XSMDET

SMVCCEN_OUT

SMVCCEN

+3.3V

(1/4)

(TRANSPORT,MICRO,MPEG A/VB,NTSC ENCODER,TUNER)

XEXTOE

EXTRW

NRES

GND

D60

GND

ERROR

VDDL

+3.3V

D/P

VDDL

+3.3V

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 1OF4

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (1 OF 4)

RB191

SAT-A55P

CN120

3P

D101 RB751V-40TE-17

#

SAT-B55P

#

#

47

#: Not Mounted

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

I

F

E

G

H

TO AC CORD

CN601

AC INLET

D

C

B

A

FB601

C605

1000p

250V

E

F601

3.15A

125V

C601

0.1

125V

VDR601

270V

T601

LFT

C602

0.1

125V

C604

0.01

500V

D601

S1WB60B

AC RECT

R601

2.2

3W

:RW

FB602

C603

0.01

500V

R600

2.2M

1/2W

:RC

C606

1000p

250V

E

C607

220

250V

9 |

Q630

2SD601A-QRS-TX

32V REG.

10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15

+5V

YOUT

-5V

+5V

COUT

-5V

R300

75

1/16W

:CHIP

R302

270

1/16W

:CHIP

C300

47p

CH:CHIP

C321

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

FB304

C302

10p

CH:CHIP

L300

:FLR50

C323

100

10V

FB302

C304

120p

CH:CHIP

C306

10p

CH:CHIP

R304

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC300(2/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

3

2

C311

27p

CH:CHIP

8

4

C320

100

10V

1

R306

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C322

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R310

470

1/16W

:CHIP

FB300

R301

75

1/16W

:CHIP

C317

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R303

270

1/16W

:CHIP

C301

47p

CH:CHIP

C303

10p

CH:CHIP

L301

:FLR50

C305

120p

CH:CHIP

R333

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R305

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC300(1/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

5

6

7

C332

10p

CH:CHIP

C312

12p

CH:CHIP

R307

680

1/16W

:CHIP

FB301

C313

100

10V

C314

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R311

470

1/16W

:CHIP

C315

100

10V

+5V

+5V

AMUTE

PCMDATA

ASCLK

LRCLK

PCMCLK

R800

*

1/16W

:CHIP

L800

:FLR50

+5V

C817

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R801

*

1/16W

:CHIP

R802

*

1/16W

:CHIP

IC800

CS4338KS

AUDIO DAC

SDATA

XDEM/SCLK

AOUTL

VA+

LRCK

MCLK

AGND

AOUTR

Q801

*

MUTE

Q802

*

MUTE

C816

10

L805

:FLR50

C828

100

10V

C821

10

R821

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

R823

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

C826

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C823

0.001

B:CHIP

3

2

C825

39p

CH:CHIP

8

4

C820

10

R820

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

FB801

R822

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C822

0.001

B:CHIP

R829

24k

1/16W

:CHIP

R827

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

C829

100

10V

C827

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

3

2

C824

39p

CH:CHIP

8

4

R828

24k

1/16W

:CHIP

R826

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

-5V

+24V

XTVDSS

R310

470

/16W

CHIP

5

IC301(1/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

7

6

R322

0

1/16W

:CHIP

IC301(2/2)

TK15420MTL

AMP

C314

0.1

25V

:CHIP

R311

470

1/16W

:CHIP

3

2

R312

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R308

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R313

470

1/16W

:CHIP

C331

10p

CH:CHIP

8

4

1

R309

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

R347

75

1/16W

:CHIP

R342

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C307

47p

CH:CHIP

C309

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+5V

R315 75 1/16W :CHIP

C310

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R314

75

1/16W

:CHIP

C344

47p

CH:CHIP

R348

75

1/16W

:CHIP

3

C345

47p

CH:CHIP

2

D330

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C315

100

10V

C316

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C308

47p

CH:CHIP

RF300

VIDEO IN

AUDIO IN

MD.+B

CONTROL

D331

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

2

4 3

1

CN300

4P

S-VIDEO

+9V

C327

100

25V

R325

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R326

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C325

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R318

560

1/16W

:CHIP

L302

:FLR50

C326

82p

CH:CHIP

R321

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R317

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R320

560

1/16W

:CHIP

Q301

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R319

1.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R323

560

1/16W

:CHIP

L303

:FLR50

C328

120p

CH:CHIP

Q302

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R324

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R328

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+9V

R331

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R330

330

1/16W

:CHIP

L304

:FLR50

R332

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R327

100

1/16W

:CHIP

Q303

2SB709A-QRS-TX

BUFF

CF300

4.5MHz

Q304

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R335

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

3

2

25

9p

HIP

R827

15k

/16W

CHIP

R826

15k

1/16W

CHIP

IC801(2/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

8

4

1

C802

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C801

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

P

3

2

824

9p

CHIP

8

IC802(2/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

1

4

R808

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

-5V

R810

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D307

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D308

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C808

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

IC801(1/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

5

6

7

Q800

2SD601A-QRS-TX

BUFF

R809

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R811

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R815

220

1/16W

:CHIP

V 1

VIDEO OUT

V 2

C809

47p

CH:CHIP

C814

47p

CH:CHIP

L 1

C815

47p

CH:CHIP

AUDIO OUT-L

L 2

C812

47p

CH:CHIP

R 1

AUDIO OUT-R

R 2

5

6

IC802(1/2)

M5218AFP-T1

AMP

7

IC240(2/2)

NJM4558M-TE2

AMP

RB800

220*4

1/16W

:CHIP

D800

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C813

47p

CH:CHIP

D801

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D802

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

D803

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C818

47p

CH:CHIP

J800

6P

AUDIO/VIDEO OUT

SAT-A55P/B55P

M

N

L

K

J

O

P

R700

8.2

:CHIP

CONTROL

C703

470

35V

IC700

TOP224Y-BB

SW REG.

1 3

DRAIN

2

SOURCE

C702

33p

500V

CH

D706

D1NL20U-TR

D705

D1NL20U-TR

C705

10

C704

10

R603

470k

:CHIP

R602

470k

:CHIP

D700

D1NL20U-TR

D701

P6KE200A

4

5

1

2

18

17

C640

220p

500V

R640 0 1/16W :CHIP

16

15

R641 0 1/16W :CHIP

D640

D1NL20U-TR

12

C639

470

35V

14

C623

220p

500V

C628

220

25V

13

D623

D1NL20U-TR

11

8

C624

220p

500V

D624

D5SC4M

10

9

T620

SW REG TRANSFORM

D620

D1NL20U-TR

C620

220p

500V

C621

220p

500V

D621

D1NL20U-TR

R624

0

1/16W

:CHIP

Q630

2SD601A-QRS-TX

32V REG.

2.2k

R626

1/2W :FPRD

R629

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

D630

MA111-TX

R635

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R630

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+9V

Q631

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

C625

10

63V

R633

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R631

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q632

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R632

12k

1/16W

:CHIP

+32V

C632

10

C626

470

+5V

C630

3300

25V

IC640

L7812CV

+9V

I

G

O

IC622

L7905CV

-5V

I

G

O

L625

LHL10

C636

100

10V

C641

100

25V

C635

100

10V

F620

3.15A

125V

IC623

PC817-B

FEEDBACK

4

3

1

2

IC624

R625

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

TL431CLP-Z

REGULATOR

3

2

1

C638

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R637

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R627

200

1/16W

:CHIP

R636

2.2k

:RN-CP

R628

2.2k

:RN-CP

-5V

+5V

+9V

+32V

+9V

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

LNBPOL

Q202

R242

27k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R246

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R247

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

+24V

R243

1.8k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R244

1k

1/16W

:RN-CP

Q290

2SD2394-EF

SW

IC290

MC34063ABN

DC-DC CONV.

SW_C

SW_E

TC

GND

DR_CT

IPK

VCC

XCOMP

D290

D1NL20U-TR

R291

47

1/4W

:FPRD

C290

1000p

B:CHIP

C291

1000p

B:CHIP

Q201

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

R241

470

1/16W

:CHIP

LNBPWR

C293

470

R290

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R295

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q203

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

C292

220

:HTHR

L290

LHL10

D204

D1NL20U-TR

R292

1.0

1/2W

:FPRD

C241

1

R212

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q204

2SB709A-QRS-TX

OCP

D210

MA111-TX

R218

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

1

SCPW

L210

LHL10

Q650

2SB709A-QRS-TX

OCP

+5V

R670

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R650

4.7

1/4W

:FPRD

Q653

2SD2394-EF

SCPW REG.

R651

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R652

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C650

1

C651

0.001

B:CHIP

Q651

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R655

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

2SD601A-QRS-TX

Q652

Q654

INV.

2SD601A-QRS-TX

AMP

R656

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R657

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R658

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

R659

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C652

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R660

4.7

1/4W

:FPRD

Q655

2SD774-T-4

R661

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C653

2.2

+5V

R662

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R653

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C654

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

XSMVCCEN

R664

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C656

100

10V

+5V

R663

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C655

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

3

2

1

IC206(1/2)

NJM2903M-TE2

COMPARATOR

R673

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

— 11 —

C802

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

LNBFB

C250

0.47

2SD601A-QRS-TX

C249

10

Q240

AMP

NJM4558M-TE2

AMP

C238

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D240

MA111-TX

D241

MA111-TX

R249

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

1

8

4

2

3

C239

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R248

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C248

10

10k

R224

1/16W :CHIP

R245

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R252

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

-5V

PROT

Q241

2SB709A-QRS-TX

AMP

X

R218

3.3k

/16W

CHIP

R213

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R214

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

C240

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R220

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

C245

0.001

B:CHIP

5

6

R219

1k

1/10W

:CHIP

8

7

R294

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C242

0.33

16V

F:CHIP

4 IC206(2/2)

NJM2903M-TE2

COMPARATOR

+5V

7

LNBVAL

6

5

IC240(1/2)

NJM4558M-TE2

AMP

+5V

LNBLED

LNBFSSCLK

-5V

/2)

-TE2

TOR

R673

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R671

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R672

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

SMVCCDET

(2/4)

(POWER SUPPLY, AUDIO DAC)

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 2OF4

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (2 OF 4)

SAT-A55P SAT-B55P

Q801

2SD601A-Q #

Q802

2SD601A-Q

R800

10K

R801

R802

1K

1K

#

#

#

#

#: Not Mounted

A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 4)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

H

G

I

F

E

D

C

B

A

SMRESET

XMODEMCS

XAUX_CS

XCS1

XASICCS

LRCLK_7100

+3.3V

XVFDCS

FSSENAB

XCS6

+3.3V

9 | 10 | 11 | 12 |

TO HB BOARD

CN001

CN151

9P

WHT

:FFC

B_RW

AC3ADDR1

AC3ADDR0

VFDALE

EXTRW

EXTWR

D532

TO SC BOARD

CN951

CN150

9P

WHT

:FFC

R161

0

1/16W

:CHIP

SMRESET_OUT

XCS4

LNBFSSCLK

XCS5

Q160

*

BUFFER

AMUTE

EXTDATA0

XAUX_CS

XCS1

A0

XASICCS

LRCLK

VCC

XISPEN

TDI/IN

XVFDCS

FSSENAB

XCS6

IC160

ISPLSI2032VE-135

LJ44

LOGIC

I/O

A1

XAC3CS

TMS

XRST/Y1

VCC

CLK40

ASICOE

XROMCS_B

SMVO

SVEN

R162

0

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

XAC3CS

C167

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

CLK40

SMVCCEN_OUT

SMVCCEN

NC

SW1

SCCLK

SCRST

GND

GND

+5V

SCPW

SCIO

7

6

5

9

8

4

3

2

1

C971

15p

CH:CHIP

C156

100p

CH:CHIP

FB970

C157

100p

CH:CHIP

C158

100p

CH:CHIP

XRST

XFLASHRST

XSMVCCSTOP

R172

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D109

RB731U-T108

+5V

SCPW

SMIO

D152

RB731U-T108

+3.3V

XAUX_CS

27MHZ

C164

100p

CH:CHIP

C163

100p

CH:CHIP

C161

100p

CH:CHIP

C159

100p

CH:CHIP

RB151

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R150

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

LNBPWR

LNBPOL

LNBLED

LNBVAL

FSSENAB

C151

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

RB731U-T108

R160

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

XROMKILL

XROMCS_A

R546

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R547

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R548

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R540

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R170

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

XMODEMCS

SMRESET_OUT

XSMDET

EXTRW

+5V

EXTADDR7

EXTADDR6

EXTADDR5

EXTADDR4

VSS

SC_IO

SC_CLK

SW1

NC

NC

XRESET

XAUX_CS

CLK_27M

VFD_BLANK

SM_10

VCR_CLK/VFD_CLK

VCR_DATA/VFD_SERIAL_OUT

XVCR_IRQ/VFD_LATCH

MODEM_CS

SM_RESET

SM_CLK

XSM_DETECT

ASICOE

EXTR/W

EXTADDR7

EXTADDR6

EXTADDR5

EXTADDR4

VSS

5 4

IC171

LP3470M5X-4.38

RESET IC

+3.3V

+3.3V

+5V

FB152

13 |

IC150

AT82002159-0T1T

ASIC

ATMEL

RB152

47*4

1/16W

:CHIP

14

C165

100p

CH:CHIP

C166

100p

CH:CHIP

C162

100p

CH:CHIP

|

+5V

C150

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

VDD

5VDATA4

5VDATA12

5VDATA5

5VDATA13

5VDATA6

5VDATA14

5VDATA7

5VDATA15

TVDSSLED

TMR_LED

PWR_LED

XTV_DSS

RESET

ALE

XWR

XRD

VSS

XASIC_IRQ

XASIC_CS

EXTDATA15

EXTDATA7

EXTDATA14

EXTDATA6

VSS

S600

POWER SW

15 |

5VDATA12

5VDATA13

5VDATA14

5VDATA15

EXTDATA15

EXTDATA7

EXTDATA14

EXTDATA6

R

XT

+

XR

A15

ATA7

A14

A6

C515

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

T510

4

3 2

1

MODEM PRIMARY

C506

0.0047

2kV

E

R508

560

1/4W

:FPRD

D506

P3100SB

F500

0.5A

125V

473.500

FB500

FB501

F501

0.5A

125V

473.500

C507

470p

2kV

B

4 3

C508

470p

2kV

B

1 2

IC501

CPC1035NTR

OPTOMOS RELAY

J500

TEL LINE

1

2

TXDA

RXDA

XOH

XOH

+5V

+5V

+5V

XRST

R111

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q101

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

RST

R112

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C502

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C503

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

D502

MA111-TX

R506

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

R507

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

D503

MA111-TX

R509

0

1/16W

:CHIP

X500

11.0592MHz

30

RESET

31

VREF

32

RXA

1

2

3

4

GND

CLK

XTAL1

XTAL2

IC500

73K222BL-IH

MODEM IC

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

XINT

NC

TXA1

TXA2

VDD

XRD

XWR

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

R504

43

1/4W

RN

R502

10M

1/16W

:CHIP

C500

39p

CH:CHIP

C501

39p

CH:CHIP

R505

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R501

330

1/16W

:CHIP

R500

270

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

+5V

D504

MA111-TX

D505

MA111-TX

D507

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C509

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

EXTINT1

+5V

+5V

XTVDSS

R513

220

1/10W

:CHIP

D012

SLR-325MTC31

R012

220

1/16W

R011

220

1/16W

D011

SLR-325DCA47

R010

220

1/16W

XASICIRQ

XASICCS

+5V

D010

SLR-325VRT31

SAT-A55P/B55P

P

O

M

N

L

K

J

FB520

+3.3VFILT

+5V

R522

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

D520

MA111-TX

IC520

MN150414SA1

IR BLASTER

Q520

2SB709A-QRS-TX

SW

J151

1P

MINIJACK

R545

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C524

100p

CH:CHIP

RINT

R543

27

1/4W

:FPRD

C541

1000p

B:CHIP

C540

100p

CH:CHIP

Q521

2SD601A-QRS-TX

INV

D531

STZ6.8N-T146

PROT

C523

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

X520

4 MHz

R525

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C522

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

REM

VDD

XOUT

XIN

GND

XRST

XWDOUT

RDATA

RCLK

+3.3V

C

LP3470M5X-4.38

RESET IC

C171

0.47

10V

F:CHIP

1 2 3

R526

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

SIRCSO

+3.3V

RB190

10k*4

1/16W

:CHIP

XEXTOE

UCAS

LCAS

R520

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q522

2SD601A-QRS-TX

SW

R521

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

RST

IC101

IS41LV16256-35T

DRAM

EXTRW

RAS

+3.3V

+3.3V

+5V

FB152

R119

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C152

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

+3.3V

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

C126

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C153

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

C154

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

— 12 —

XFLASHRST

IC100 IS FOR TOSHIBA FLASH

IC100 NEEDS R152 AND C181

EXTDATA (0:15)

C181

0.1

25V

F:CHIP

R152

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC100

TC58FVB160FT-85

FLASH ROM A

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

+3.3V

R154

4.7k

1/16W

EXTADDR (0:24)

EXTWR

+3.3V

XROMCS_A

(3/4)

(LOGIC, ASIC)

9-965-914-01<SAT-A55P/B55P> A 3OF4

(*) A BOARD VARIANT

MODEL LIST (3 OF 4)

SAT-A55P

Q160 DTA114EKA-T146

SAT-B55P

#

#: Not Mounted

DIRECTV PLUS™

Digital Satellite

Receiver

Operating Instructions

Before you begin using your Digital Satellite Receiver for the first time, follow the instructions in “Connecting Your

DIRECTV PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver” on pages 6-13 and “Setting Up Your Digital Satellite Receiver (SYSTEM)” on pages 22-34.

Also, make sure your Satellite Dish Antenna has been properly installed and call your service provider to begin service:

DIRECTV: 1-800-DIRECTV (347-3288)

SAT-A55 MODEL ONLY

RF ANTENNA: This Digital Satellite Receiver is shipped with IR reception enabled and RF reception disabled. To use the RF feature (and the RF Antenna) you must change the factory setting (IR only) to the RF setting (RF only) using the on-screen displays, as described in these

Operating Instructions.

SAT-A55

SAT-B55

© 2000 by Sony Electronics Inc.

Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.

4-075-080-21 (1)

2

WARNING

To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of significant magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Note to the CATV Installer

This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

Note to the Satellite Dish Antenna Installer

This reminder is provided to call the Satellite Dish Antenna installer’s attention to Article 810 and in particular Article 810-15 of the NEC, which covers proper installation and grounding of television receiving equipment, as well as to Article 820-40 of the

NEC, which specifies that the Satellite Dish Antenna cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

Attention

Telephone Line Interruption

Periodically, information on your DIRECT TICKET

® and Pay Per

View selections is sent, free of charge, via your telephone line to an

800 number. If you use your telephone during the time the information is being forwarded, you will hear static noise for approximately 30 seconds. If you would like to use your telephone while the information is being sent, you can interrupt the sending of this information at any time by temporarily unplugging the phone line to the receiver.

Local Programming

With this Digital Satellite Receiver and the proper satellite dish antenna, you may be able to receive local channels from DIRECTV in certain areas. Additional equipment may be required in some areas. Check with your retailer or visit www.directv.com for information on availability of local channels from DIRECTV in your area.

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

The Digital Satellite Receiver is intended for use only within the

United States.

Owner’s Record

The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the

Digital Satellite Receiver. The number for the Access Card is on the back of the card and on the carton label. Record these numbers in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you need to call your sales or service representative regarding this product.

Model Number:

Serial Number:

Access Card Number:

Customer Support

For Programming

For subscription information, or to resolve problems related to programming, call:

DIRECTV at 1-800-DIRECTV (347-3288)

For Hardware and Installation

To arrange for the installation of your Digital Satellite Receiver, call the dealer from whom you purchased your system.

For general information, or to resolve problems related to the operation of your Digital Satellite Receiver or Satellite Dish

Antenna, please contact your Sony dealer. If your dealer or installer is unable to answer your questions, call the Sony Satellite

System Information Center at 1-800-838-7669.

Trademark and Copyrights

Sony, Media Window, SmartFile, SignalSeeker, and Remote

Commander are trademarks and the Sony Partnership and

Express Support are service marks of Sony.

DIRECTV and DIRECTV PLUS are trademarks of DIRECTV Inc., a unit of Hughes Electronics, and are used with permission.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, the double-D symbol and Pro Logic are trademarks of Dolby

Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. © 1992–1997

Dolby Laboratories Inc. All rights reserved.

Macrovision is a trademark of Macrovision Corporation.

Macrovision Information

This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights.

Use of this copyright protection technology is granted by

Macrovision for home and other limited pay per view uses only.

Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Note on Recording Programming

Programming may be taped for home viewing only. All other taping is expressly prohibited. Some programming may not be taped. An additional taping fee may be applied. Call your program providers for details.

StarSight Licensed

The manufacture and sale of the television schedule feature of this product was licensed under one or more of the following patents of StarSight Telecast, Inc.: U.S. Patent Nos. 4,706,121; 4,977,455;

5,151,789; and 5,353,121; with use rights reserved.

About These Operating Instructions

These Operating Instructions describe how to use the SAT-A55 and its remote control. Any differences in operation for the

SAT-B55 are noted in the text.

The z icon indicates hints and tips for making the task easier.

A Note provides information that may be necessary to complete the task.

Getting to Know Your DIRECTV PLUS™

Digital Satellite Receiver

Connecting Your Digital

Satellite Receiver (Page 6)

Using Your Remote Control

(Page 14)

+

1

4

7

2 3

5

8

0

6

9

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

Setting Up Your Digital

Satellite Receiver (Page 22)

Using the Program Guide

(Page 37)

Using the Favorite Stations

Guide (Page 40)

Setting Locks & Limits

(Page 53)

3

4

Features

Congratulations on your purchase of the Sony Digital Satellite Receiver. This manual can help you to become familiar with the many great features of the Digital Satellite Receiver.

Check below to find out about some of the most exciting features.

Convenience and Ease-of-Use

• The Program Guide shows the picture and sound in the Media Window™ Display while you check station and program information. See page 37.

• The One Button Record and VCR Control features allow you to easily record your favorite programming on your VCR. See pages 26–28 and page 60.

• SAT-A55 model: Operate your Digital Satellite Receiver from another room or from outside a cabinet by setting up the RF feature on your remote control. See pages 32–34.

Excellent Performance

• The Auto Title Insert feature for VCR recording can display program information at the beginning of any Timer & Rec event. You’ll have a convenient “title” recorded at the beginning of your tapes. See page 26.

• Choose to listen to different audio tracks available with many programs. See page 64.

• SAT-A55 model: Select Dolby Digital™ audio to truly make your home theater come alive.

See page 64.

Easy to Customize

• Organize the channels your family watches most often by setting up the Favorite Stations guide. See pages 40–42.

• Control access to programming with the Locks & Limits feature. See pages 53–58.

• Set up the Custom Stations feature to exclude stations that you don’t want to see from the

Program Guide, Category Guide and Station Index. See pages 50–51.

• Choose your favorite color palette for the on-screen displays. See pages 47–48.

Table of Contents

Connecting Your DIRECTV PLUS™

Digital Satellite Receiver

Carton Contents ................................................... 6

Connection Overview .......................................... 7

Step 1: Inserting the Batteries ............................. 7

Step 2: Connecting the Satellite Dish Antenna and

Telephone Line .................................................. 8

Step 3: Connecting Your TV ................................. 9

Step 4: Adding a VCR and Audio System ......... 10

Step 5: Connecting the VCR Controller ............. 11

Connecting a Sony SmartFile™ VCR .................................. 11

Step 6: Connecting the RF Antenna

(SAT-A55 only) ................................................. 12

Step 7: Connecting the AC Power Cord ............ 13

Step 8: Inserting the Access Card ...................... 13

Viewing Pictures From Your DIRECTV

PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver

Using Your Remote Control ............................... 14

RM-Y802 Remote Control (SAT-A55 model) ..................... 14

RM-Y139 Remote Control (SAT-B55 model) ...................... 16

Selecting Items ................................................... 18

Turning On the Power ....................................... 19

Changing Channels ............................................ 20

Using the On-Screen Displays

Using the Main Menu ........................................ 21

Setting Up Your Digital Satellite Receiver

(SYSTEM) .......................................................... 22

Using the System Menu ..................................................... 22

Setting Up the Satellite Dish Antenna .............................. 23

Setting Up the VCR Control Feature .................................. 26

Performing a System Test .................................................. 29

Setting the Aspect Ratio ..................................................... 30

Replacing Your Access Card ............................................... 31

Selecting RF or IR Remote Control Reception

(SAT-A55 only) ................................................................. 32

Viewing Station and Program Information

(GUIDES) ........................................................... 35

Using the Guides Menu ...................................................... 35

Using the Alpha List ............................................................ 36

Using the Program Guide ................................................... 37

Using the Category Guide .................................................. 38

Using the Station Index ...................................................... 39

Using the Favorite Stations Guide ..................................... 40

Using Other Guides ............................................................. 43

Viewing Pay Per View Programs ........................................ 45

Adjusting the Displays

(PREFERENCES) ................................................. 46

Using the Preferences Menu .............................................. 46

Setting Display Options ...................................................... 47

Setting Up Custom Stations ............................................... 50

Selecting Data Services ....................................................... 51

Viewing Messages

(MESSAGES) .....................................................52

Setting Locks and Limits

(LOCKS & LIMITS) ............................................. 53

Using the Locks & Limits Display ........................................ 53

Locking Your Receiver ......................................................... 57

Unlocking Your Receiver ..................................................... 58

Checking Pay Per View Purchases

(PURCHASES) ................................................... 59

Checking Your Purchases .................................................... 59

Scheduling Programs

(TIMER & REC) .................................................. 60

Using One Button Timer & Rec ........................................... 60

Using the Timer & Rec Feature ........................................... 61

Editing Timer Events ........................................................... 63

Setting Audio Options

(AUDIO) ............................................................ 64

Using the Audio Display ..................................................... 64

Other Information

Setting Up the Remote Control ......................... 65

Manufacturer Codes ........................................... 66

Location and Function of Controls .................... 68

Front Panel ........................................................................... 68

SAT-A55 Back Panel ............................................................. 69

SAT-B55 Back Panel ............................................................. 70

Specifications ...................................................... 71

Troubleshooting ................................................. 72

FCC Regulations and Information ...................... 76

Limited Warranty ................................................ 77

Index .................................................................... 78

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6

Connecting Your DIRECTV PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver

Carton Contents

Check to make sure the following items are in the Digital Satellite

Receiver’s carton.

If you are missing any items, contact your Sony dealer.

RF Antenna**

Digital Satellite

Receiver

+

1

3

2

4

5

6

8

7

9

0

Remote

Control*

LLIT

E

ER

SA

TE

RE

CEIV

Access Card

AC Power Cord

Size AA Batteries VCR Controller Audio/Video Cable

RF Coaxial Cable Telephone Cord S-Video Cable**

* The RM-Y802 Remote Control shown.

** The RF Antenna and S-Video cable are not included with the SAT-B55 model.

Note

Keep the original carton and packing materials to safely transport the Digital Satellite

Receiver in the future.

Connection

Overview

Follow the procedures or make the connections in each of the steps to connect your Digital Satellite

Receiver.

Step 1: Inserting the Batteries

Page 7

v

Step 1: Inserting the

Batteries

Before you can use the remote control, you must insert the supplied batteries. If you want to use this remote control to operate other audio/video equipment, such as a TV or VCR, you must set up the remote control (see page 65).

1

Push and slide open the battery compartment.

v

Step 3: Connecting Your TV

Page 9

v

Step 4: Adding a VCR and

Audio System

(advanced connection)

Page 10

v

Step 5: Connecting the VCR

Controller

(advanced connection)

Page 11

v

Step 6: Connecting the RF

Antenna (SAT-A55 only)

(advanced connection)

Page 12

v

Step 7: Connecting the AC

Power Cord

Page 13

v

Step 8: Inserting the Access

Card

Page 13

2

Insert two size AA batteries

(supplied).

Be sure to match the + and – marks on the batteries with the + and – marks inside the battery compartment.

Notes

• When the batteries become weak, the Function button indicators flash. If the remote control does not work properly, the batteries may be weak.

• When replacing batteries, replace both batteries with new ones. Do not mix different types of batteries together.

• When you remove the batteries, any manufacturer codes you’ve set up may be erased. To set up the remote control again, see “Setting Up the Remote Control” on page 65.

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8

Step 2: Connecting the Satellite Dish Antenna and Telephone Line

The SATELLITE IN jack sends power to, and receives satellite signals from, the Satellite Dish Antenna. The telephone line connection periodically sends information about your receiver and Access Card to your service provider.

Connections are shown using the SAT-A55 model. Any differences in connecting the SAT-B55 model are noted in the text.

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

1

Connect the SATELLITE IN jack to your Satellite Dish

Antenna using RG-6 coaxial cable.

1

RG-6 Coaxial Cable from

Satellite Dish Antenna

Note

• Your Satellite Dish Antenna

Installation Instructions provides detailed instructions on how to install RG-6 coaxial cable from your Satellite Dish

Antenna.

2

Telephone Cord

2 Connect the TEL LINE jack to a telephone line wall jack using the supplied telephone cord.

CAUTION

Only connect your authorized

Satellite Dish Antenna to the

SATELLITE IN jack as described in the Installation Instructions.

Connecting any other equipment to this jack could result in damage to the equipment and/or receiver.

Step 3: Connecting Your TV

Connect your TV to the Digital Satellite Receiver as shown below. Refer to your TV’s instruction manual for more information.

1

If you have a local TV antenna or cable company service

Connect it to the VHF/UHF IN jack on your Digital

Satellite Receiver using a coaxial cable or RF adapter (not supplied).

You can view local stations using your TV controls.

Note

You must use the VHF(SAT)/UHF OUT jack to connect to your TV or VCR when a local TV antenna or cable company service is connected to the

VHF/UHF IN jack (see “2c” below and on page 10).

Coaxial

Cable

1

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

2a If your TV has A/V input jacks

Connect the VIDEO OUT jacks on your Digital

Satellite Receiver to the

A/V input jacks on your TV using the supplied A/V cable. (Be sure to match the colors on the jacks with the colored plugs on the A/V cable.)

2b

If your TV has an S-Video input

Use an S-Video cable instead of the yellow video connection. S-Video cable is supplied with the SAT-A55 model and is an optional accessory with the SAT-B55 model.

If your TV has only one audio input, connect it to the L(MONO)jack on the receiver.

2a 2b

A/V Cable

TV

IN

S VIDEO

VIDEO

L(MONO)

-AUDIO-

R

VIDEO

(yellow)

OR

S-Video

S-Video

Cable

VHF/UHF

2c

Coaxial

Cable

2c

If your TV does not have

A/V jacks

Connect the VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT jack to the VHF/UHF input jack on your TV using coaxial cable.

Set the CH3/CH4 switch to the channel that does not carry offair broadcasts in your area.

Note

With this connection, your input source is channel 3 or channel 4 depending on how you set the CH3/CH4 switch on the receiver.

9

Step 4: Adding a VCR and Audio System

10

You can record programs by adding a VCR. You can also connect your

Digital Satellite Receiver to an audio system for enhanced sound enjoyment.

Audio Receiver

1a

If you have a digital or Dolby

Digital audio system (SAT-A55 only)

Connect the

DIGITAL OUT

(OPTICAL)of the

Digital Satellite

Receiver to the optical digital input of your audio system.

z

Tip

If you connect your

Digital Satellite

Receiver to a Dolby

Digital receiver, set the Dolby Digital option of the Audio display to Auto

Select. See “Setting

Audio Options

(AUDIO)” on page

64 for more information.

1a

OPTICAL

IN

Optical Cable

(SAT-A55 only)

(optional Sony accessory POC-15A)

LINE

OUT

LINE

IN

AUDIO

1b

Stereo

Cable

1b

If you have a stereo or Dolby

®

Pro Logic

® audio system

Connect the upper

AUDIO R and L(MONO) jacks on the Digital

Satellite Receiver to the audio inputs of your stereo amplifier.

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

2a

2c

Coaxial

Cable

AC IN~

A/V Cable

VIDEO

(yellow)

OR

S-Video

S-Video

Cable

2b

2a

If your TV and VCR have A/V jacks

Connect the VIDEO OUT jacks of your Digital Satellite Receiver to the A/V input jacks of your VCR using the supplied A/V cable.

Then, connect the A/V output jacks of your VCR to the A/V input jacks of your TV using an

A/V cable. (Be sure to match the colors on the jacks with the colored plugs on the A/V cable.)

2b If your TV and VCR have

S-Video jacks

Use an S-Video cable instead of the yellow video connection.

S-Video cable is supplied with the SAT-A55 model and is an optional accessory with the

SAT-B55 model.

z

Tip

To allow your Digital Satellite

Receiver to control the recording functions of your VCR, see “Step

5: Connecting the VCR

Controller” on page 11.

2a

A/V Cable

AUDIO

VIDEO S VIDEO

LINE

IN

LINE

OUT

VIDEO

(yellow)

OR

S-Video

IN

S VIDEO

VIDEO

L(MONO)

-AUDIO-

R

2b

S-Video

Cable

VHF/UHF

TV

VCR

IN

OUT

2c

Coaxial

Cable

2c

If your TV and VCR do not have A/V jacks

Connect the VHF(SAT)/

UHF OUT jack on the

Digital Satellite Receiver to the VHF/UHF input jack on your VCR using coaxial cable.

Then, connect the VHF/

UHF output jack on your

VCR to the VHF/UHF input jack on your TV using coaxial cable.

Set the CH3/CH4 switch to the channel that does not carry off-air broadcasts in your area.

Note

With this connection, your input source is channel 3 or channel 4 depending on how you set the CH3/CH4 switch on your VCR.

Step 5: Connecting the VCR Controller

1a

To allow the Digital

Satellite Receiver to control your VCR

Connect the VCR Controller to the VCR CONTROL jack on the receiver.

Connect the VCR Controller to allow the Timer & Rec feature to automatically operate your VCR.

See “Setting Up the VCR Control Feature” on page 26 for information about setting up the Digital Satellite Receiver to work with your VCR.

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

1a

VCR Controller

Cable VCR Controller

IR Sensor VCR (front view)

In front of the VCR

Place the VCR Controller under and in front of the VCR.

The VCR Controller must extend just in front of the infrared sensor of the

VCR.

z

Tip

If the infrared sensor is not marked on your VCR, shine a flashlight into the front panel of the VCR to locate the sensor.

VCR (side view)

1 /

2

" to 1 "

VCR

Controller

1b

If you are using a Sony

SmartFile VCR to take advantage of the Program Data

Download feature

Use this connection instead of the

VCR Controller connection. For information about setting up the

VCR Control feature, see page 26.

For details about the Program Data

Download feature, refer to your

SmartFile VCR Operating

Instructions.

Connecting a Sony SmartFile™ VCR

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

1b

Monaural Cable (supplied with

SmartFile VCR)

Sony SmartFile VCR

AUDIO

LINE

IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

LINE

OUT

CPD IN

IN

OUT

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12

Step 6: Connecting the RF Antenna

(SAT-A55 only)

With the SAT-A55 model you can connect the RF Antenna and operate the Digital Satellite Receiver when installed in a cabinet or from another room in your house using the remote control. See page 32 for information about how to set up the Digital Satellite Receiver to use the RF feature.

1

If you want to use the RF feature

Connect the RF Antenna to the RF REMOTE jack of the

Digital Satellite Receiver.

Then, place the RF Antenna in a convenient location.

RF Antenna

1

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

Notes

• Do not place the RF Antenna directly on top of the Digital

Satellite Receiver or any other metal object. For best results, place the RF Antenna in a visible location.

• The operating range of the remote control is about 100 feet when using the RF feature. This may decrease due to ambient reception conditions, weak batteries, etc.

Step 7: Connecting the AC Power Cord

After all other connections are complete, connect the AC Power Cord to the Digital Satellite Receiver. Then connect the AC Power Cord to a power outlet.

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

AC Power Cord to power outlet

Step 8: Inserting the Access Card

After you insert the Access Card and your Satellite Dish Antenna is installed, you are ready to begin enjoying digital satellite programming.

Call DIRECTV at 1-800-DIRECTV (347-3288)to begin service.

Digital Satellite Receiver

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

Access Card

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~

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14

Viewing Pictures From Your DIRECTV PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver

Using Your Remote Control

RM-Y802 Remote Control (SAT-A55 model)

1

MUTING

CABLE TV

POWER

SAT qa

1

MUTING button

Mutes the volume. Press again to restore the volume. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

2

3

AUDIO

VOLUME

+

CABLE

FUNCTION

TV

SLEEP

SAT

TV/SAT TV/VIDEO qs qd qf

2

AUDIO VOLUME buttons

Adjust the volume of your audio receiver. To operate your audio receiver, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

4

1

2 3

4 5 6

7

DISPLAY

8

0

9

ENTER

ALT AUDIO JUMP qg

3

SLEEP button

Sets the TV to turn off automatically after a certain amount of time (if your TV has the Sleep feature). To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

5

6

7

8

FAVORITE INDEX CATEGORY GUIDE

VOL

MENU

CH qh qj qk ql w;

4

DISPLAY button

Opens the program information display for the current program.

EXIT

5

ALT AUDIO button

Switches among the available audio broadcasts.

9 wa

CODE SET

VTR3 2 DVD AMP RM-Y802

0 ws

6

FAVORITE button

Opens the Favorite Stations guide.

wd wf wg

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

MUTING

CABLE TV

POWER

SAT

TV/VTR CABLE

FUNCTION

TV SAT

POWER

POSITION

SWAP

-

-

PIP

AUDIO OFF

-

-

+

CH

+

CH wh wj wk

7

INDEX button

Opens the Station Index.

8

VOL buttons

Adjust the volume. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

9

Joystick

Moving the joystick up, down, left, and right moves the highlight in on-screen displays. Press the joystick to select the highlighted item.

q;

CODE SET button

Lets you program the remote control to operate your TV and other audio/video equipment (see page 65).

Note

You may need to set up the remote control to operate your other audio/video equipment. See “Setting Up the Remote

Control” on page 65 for details.

qa

POWER buttons

Turn on and off the Digital Satellite Receiver and other audio/video equipment. To operate your

TV and other audio/video equipment, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

qs

FUNCTION buttons

Select the equipment (CABLE, TV or SAT)that you want to operate. The indicators light up to show which device the remote control is operating. To operate your TV or cable box, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

qd

TV/VIDEO button

Switches between the various inputs of your TV.

To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

qf

TV/SAT button

Switches the output of your Digital Satellite

Receiver between regular TV and satellite broadcasts. To receive regular TV broadcasts, you must have a local TV antenna or cable company connection (see page 9).

qg

0–9 and ENTER buttons

Change channels directly, and enter numerical values in on-screen displays.

qh

JUMP button

Changes channels to the previously tuned channel.

qj

GUIDE button

Opens the Program Guide.

qk

CATEGORY button

Opens the Category Guide.

ql

MENU button

Opens the Main Menu.

w;

CH buttons

Change channels. When a program guide is open, pressing the CH buttons pages through the guide.

wa

EXIT button

Closes all on-screen displays including program guides and menus.

ws

VTR3/2/DVD/AMP switch

Sets the remote to operate other devices in your

A/V system. To operate these other devices, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

wd

TV/VTR button

Switches between the TV and VTR (VCR)inputs of your TV. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

wf

VCR Control buttons

Operate VCR features such as play, record, pause, stop, and fast wind. To operate your VCR, you must first set up the remote control (see page

65).

wg

PIP control buttons

Operate the Picture-in-picture features of your

TV (if your TV has PIP). To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

wh

FUNCTION buttons

Select the equipment (CABLE, TV or SAT)that you want to operate. The indicators light up to show which device the remote control is operating. To operate your TV or cable box, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

wj

POWER button

Turns on or off the equipment selected with the

VTR3/2/DVD/AMP switch.

wk

CH +/– buttons

Change channels in numerical order on the equipment selected with the VTR3/2/DVD/

AMP switch.

15

Using Your Remote Control (continued)

RM-Y139 Remote Control (SAT-B55 model)

1

MUTING

VTR TV

POWER

SAT qa

1

MUTING button

Mutes the volume. Press again to restore the volume. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

TV/VIDEO VTR

FUNCTION

TV

2

3

4

TV/VTR

TV/SAT

SAT qs qd

2

TV/VIDEO button

Switches between the inputs of your TV. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

1 2 3

5

6

7

4 5 6

7

DISPLAY

0

CATEGORY INDEX

8 9

ENTER

GUIDE

JUMP EXIT qf qg qh qj qk

3

TV/VTR button

Switches between the inputs of your VCR. To operate your VCR, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

4

TV/SAT button

Switches the output of your Digital Satellite

Receiver between regular TV and satellite broadcasts. To receive regular TV broadcasts, you must have a local TV antenna or cable company connection (see page 9).

MENU FAVORITE

8 ql

9

VOL

CH

PAGE w;

5

DISPLAY button

Opens the program information display for the current program.

0

CODE SET

RM-Y139

6

INDEX button

Opens the Station Index.

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

7

JUMP button

Changes channels to the previously tuned channel.

8

EXIT button

Closes all on-screen displays including program guides and menus.

16

Note

You may need to set up the remote control to operate your other audio/video equipment. See “Setting Up the Remote

Control” on page 65 for details.

9

VOL buttons

Adjust the volume. To operate your TV, you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

q;

CODE SET button

Lets you program the remote control to operate your TV and other audio/video equipment (see page 65).

qa

POWER buttons

Turn on and off the Digital Satellite Receiver, TV and VTR (VCR). To operate your TV or VTR

(VCR), you must first set up the remote control

(see page 65).

qs

FUNCTION buttons

Select the equipment (SAT, TV, VTR)that you want to operate. The indicators light up to show which device the remote control is operating. To operate your TV or VTR (VCR), you must first set up the remote control (see page 65).

qd

VCR Control buttons

Operate VCR features such as play, record, pause, stop, and fast wind. To operate your VTR

(VCR), you must first set up the remote control

(see page 65).

qf

0–9 and ENTER buttons

Change channels directly and enter numerical values in on-screen displays.

qg

GUIDE button

Opens the Program Guide.

qh

CATEGORY button

Opens the Category Guide.

qj

Arrow and buttons

The arrow buttons move the highlight in on-screen displays. The button selects the highlighted item.

qk

FAVORITE button

Opens the Favorite Stations guide.

ql

MENU button

Opens the Main Menu.

w;

CH/PAGE buttons

Change channels. When a program guide is open, these buttons page through the guide.

17

18

Selecting Items

In on-screen displays such as the Main Menu and program guides, you must first move the highlight to the item you want, then select the item.

RM-Y802 Remote Control (SAT-A55 model)

+

1

4

7

2 3

5

8

0

6

9

+

1

4

7

2 3

5 6

8 9

0

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

1

Move the joystick in any direction to move the highlight to the item you want.

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

2

Press down on the joystick to select the item.

RM-Y139 Remote Control (SAT-B55 model)

1 2

4

3

5 6

7

8 9

0

1 2

4

3

5 6

7

8 9

0

Note (SAT-B55 model)

Whenever these Operating Instructions refer to using the joystick, use the arrow

V/v/B/b buttons surrounding the button.

1

Press the

V/v/B/b buttons to move the highlight to the item you want.

z

Tip

Be sure to press the SAT FUNCTION button before operating the Digital

Satellite Receiver with the remote control.

2

Press the button to select the item.

Turning On the Power

MUTING

CABLE TV

POWER

SAT

AUDIO

VOLUME

+

CABLE

FUNCTION

TV

SLEEP

SAT

TV/SAT TV/VIDEO

1

7

DISPLAY

2

3

4

5 6

8 9

ENTER

0

ALT AUDIO JUMP

FAVORITE INDEX CATEGORY GUIDE

VOL

MENU

CH

EXIT

CODE SET

VTR3 2 DVD AMP RM-Y802

1

Press the POWER SAT button to turn on the Digital

Satellite Receiver.

The POWER indicator lights up.

POWER

SAT

2

Press the TV button to turn on the TV.

TV

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

RM-Y802

Remote Control

3

Press the TV FUNCTION button, then select the

TV’s input source to which you connected the

Digital Satellite Receiver.

Depending on how you connected your Digital Satellite Receiver to your TV, the input source could be channel 3 or channel 4, or you may need to use the TV/VIDEO button to select one of the A/V input sources.

FUNCTION

TV

3

/ /

TV/VIDEO z

Tip

The FUNCTION button indicators light up to show you which equipment the remote control is operating.

Note

You may need to set up the remote control to operate your other audio/ video equipment. See “Setting Up the

Remote Control” on page 65 for details.

To make sure you are viewing satellite pictures

Press the SAT FUNCTION button, then press the MENU button to open the Main Menu.

FUNCTION

SAT

MENU

If the Main Menu does not appear, turn off your equipment, check your connections and repeat from step 1.

Press the EXIT button to close the Main Menu.

19

Changing Channels

1

Press the SAT FUNCTION button.

FUNCTION

SAT

MUTING

CABLE TV

POWER

SAT

AUDIO

VOLUME

+

CABLE

FUNCTION

TV

SLEEP

SAT

TV/SAT TV/VIDEO

1 2 3

4 5

6

7

DISPLAY

8

0

9

ENTER

ALT AUDIO JUMP

FAVORITE INDEX

CATEGORY GUIDE

VOL

MENU

CH

EXIT

CODE SET VTR3 2 DVD AMP RM-Y802

1

Press the CH +/– buttons.

The Digital Satellite Receiver tunes to the next channel, and the

Station ID and channel number appear in the upper right corner of your TV screen.

CH

You can also change channels by entering the channel number using the 0–9 buttons, and either pressing the ENTER button or waiting several seconds.

ENTER

1 2 3

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

RM-Y802

Remote Control

The Digital Satellite Receiver tunes to that channel, and the Station

ID and channel number appear in the upper right corner of your

TV screen.

20 z

Tip

You can see information about a program you are watching by pressing the DISPLAY button.

Using the On-Screen Displays

Using the Main Menu

ALT AUDIO JUMP

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Press the MENU button.

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Highlight and select the feature you want to access.

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SYSTEM (Page 22)

Adjust and test your Digital

Satellite Receiver’s settings.

• Antenna

• VCR Control

• System Test

• Aspect Ratio

• Access Card

• Remote Control

(SAT-A55 only)

MESSAGES (Page 52)

Read messages from your service provider.

GUIDES (Page 35)

Access the many guides that help you find the program you want.

• Alpha List

• Program Guide

• Category Guide

• Station Index

• Favorite Stations

• Other Guides

PREFERENCES (Page 46)

Adjust the way menus and information appear.

• Display Options

• Custom Stations

• Data Services

(future application)

LOCKS & LIMITS (Page 53)

Set limits on spending and ratings.

Block stations and pay per view programs.

PURCHASES (Page 59)

Review the pay per view program purchases and cancellations you have made.

TIMER & REC (Page 60)

Schedule program tuning and recording.

AUDIO (Page 64)

Choose a preferred language for the default audio and current audio for multiple language programs.

You can also select the Dolby Digital settings (SAT-A55 only).

Closing the Main Menu

• Highlight and select EXIT to close the Main Menu (the current program appears on your screen). You can also press the EXIT button on your remote control.

• The on-screen displays close automatically after several minutes.

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Using the System Menu

The System Menu provides many ways to adjust your Digital Satellite

Receiver so it matches your preferences and optimizes the conditions of your home entertainment system.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Return

Closes the SYSTEM pop-up to show the Main Menu.

Antenna

Lets you find the position of the satellite and helps you get the strongest signal from your

Satellite Dish Antenna

(see page 23).

VCR Control

Lets you set up and test your

VCR using the VCR Controller

(see page 26).

System Test

Lets you test the connections to your Satellite Dish Antenna, and telephone line

(see page 29).

2

Highlight and select the item you want to set up.

Aspect Ratio

Lets you set the receiver’s output to match the aspect ratio of your TV

(see page 30).

Access Card

Lets you initialize a replacement card (see page 31).

Remote Control (SAT-A55 only)

Lets you set up the receiver so the remote control can operate the receiver from behind a cabinet or from another room (see page 32).

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Setting Up the Satellite Dish

Antenna

This display helps you aim your Satellite Dish Antenna to get the strongest signal.

For complete information on installation of your Satellite Dish Antenna, refer to the Satellite Dish Antenna Installation Instructions.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Antenna Type

Select Round, Oval 2-Sat or Oval 3-Sat depending on your Satellite Dish

Antenna type.

Transponder

Lets you select the transponder from which the Satellite Dish Antenna receives its signal.

You do not need to change this setting unless instructed by your service provider.

Antenna Location

Lets you find out the direction of the satellite from your location.

Azimuth, Elevation and Tilt

Shows how to aim your Satellite Dish

Antenna depending on your antenna type and location.

Status

“Locked” shows that your Satellite

Dish Antenna is receiving a signal.

“Unlocked” shows that a signal is not being received.

Note

Most areas of the United States will not receive a peak signal strength of

100. Although there is no picture quality difference between a signal strength of 60 and 100, a higher signal strength will limit any negative effects in degraded conditions such as rain or snow.

2

Highlight and select “Antenna”.

The Antenna display appears.

Return

Closes the Antenna display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Antenna display.

Signal Strength Meter

Shows the current and peak levels of the signal strength.

SignalSeeker

®

Indicator

When using a Round antenna, shows that your Satellite Dish

Antenna’s SignalSeeker indicator can be used.

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Selecting an Antenna Type

The Antenna Type display lets you or your professional installer enter which type of Satellite Dish Antenna you use. After you have entered your antenna type, you can use the Antenna Location pop-up to help aim your antenna.

1

Highlight and select “Antenna Type” from the Antenna

Display.

The Antenna Type display appears.

2

Highlight and select the Satellite Dish Antenna type that you have installed.

The SignalSeeker pop-up appears if you have selected “Round”.

Skip to step 4 if you selected “Oval 2-Sat” or “Oval 3-Sat”.

3

Highlight and select “On” if you selected “Round”.

The SignalSeeker pop-up closes to show the Antenna Type display.

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Selecting “off” in the SignalSeeker pop-up may allow you to see the

Signal Strength Meter if you use a diplexer or certain other accessories with your Satellite Dish Antenna.

Note

The SignalSeeker feature is available only with the Round Antenna. Refer to your Satellite Dish Antenna

Installation Instructions for more information about this feature.

4

Select “Return”.

The Antenna Type display closes to show the Antenna display.

Entering Your Antenna Location

The Antena Location pop-up helps you or your professional installer aim your Satellite Dish Antenna based on your zip code or your latitude and longitude location.

1

Highlight and select “Antenna Location” from the

Antenna display.

The Antenna Location pop-up appears.

2

Select “Zip Code”.

The Zip Code pop-up appears.

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“Latitude & Longitude” instead of

“Zip Code”.

Note

Round Satellite Dish Antennas do not have a Tilt setting.

3

Enter your Zip Code, then select “OK”.

If you have a Round Satellite Dish Antenna, you or your professional installer can use the azimuth and elevation readings to aim the antenna. If you have an Oval 2-Sat or Oval 3-Sat Satellite

Dish Antenna, you or your professional installer can use the azimuth, elevation and tilt readings to aim the antenna.

M

To change the number m

<

To move to the next digit

,

OK

Closes the pop-up and saves your changes.

Cancel

Closes the pop-up without saving the changes.

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Setting Up the VCR Control Feature

The VCR Control feature lets the Digital Satellite Receiver control your

VCR using the Timer & Rec feature (see page 60) . To use the VCR Control feature you must connect the VCR Controller or a Sony SmartFile VCR

(see page 11).

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Highlight and select “VCR Control”.

The VCR Control display appears.

Manufacturer

Lets you select the manufacturer code for your

VCR (see page 27).

Auto Title Insert

Lets you turn on the Auto Title

Insert feature (see page 28) .

Return

Closes the VCR Control display to show the Main

Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

VCR Control display.

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Setting the VCR Manufacturer Code

The VCR Manufacturer Code allows the Digital Satellite Receiver to control your VCR using the VCR Controller or a Sony SmartFile VCR.

1

Highlight and select “Manufacturer” from the VCR

2

Control display (see page 26).

The Manufacturer pop-up appears.

Highlight and select the manufacturer of your VCR.

The manufacturer’s pop-up appears.

3

Select a VCR manufacturer code from the list.

The Test pop-up appears.

Some manufacturers have more than one code to choose from.

If the VCR manufacturer code you select does not work in step 4 below you can select another code for that manufacturer.

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Note

Do not stop or interrupt the VCR test by pressing any buttons until after the VCR test is complete.

4

Select “Yes” to perform a VCR test.

If you select “Yes”, a pop-up appears giving you instructions on how to perform a VCR test.

If the test is unsuccessful, check your connections and the VCR

Controller placement, then repeat this procedure selecting a different VCR manufacturer code in step 3 (if your VCR manufacturer has more than one code).

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The Auto Title Insert feature lets you display information about the program at the beginning of a Timer & Rec event. This is convenient if you want a “title” to appear at the beginning of programs you schedule or record.

1

Highlight and select “Auto Title Insert” from the VCR

Control display (see page 26).

The Auto Title Insert pop-up appears.

2

Select “On” or “Off”.

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When the scheduled event begins

A title appears at the beginning of any Timer & Rec event.

Program name

Program length

Date

Channel

Network

Rating

Program description

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When you schedule two or more consecutive programs, the Auto Title

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Performing a System Test

The system test checks your Access Card, telephone line, and Satellite

Dish Antenna connections for proper operation.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Highlight and select “System Test”.

The System Test display appears.

Return

Closes the System Test display to show the

Main Menu.

Test

Starts the system test.

Help

Opens information about the System Test display.

3

Highlight and select “Test”.

The system test begins.

If the system test fails, check your connections before calling your service provider or Sony.

4

Select “Return”.

The System Test display closes to show the Main Menu.

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Setting the Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio refers to the proportion of your TV screen. Some newer

TVs may offer the 16:9 ratio which is similar to the proportions of a movie screen. Most TVs use the standard 4:3 ratio.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

2

MENU

Highlight and select “Aspect Ratio”.

The Aspect Ratio display appears.

Return

Closes the Aspect Ratio display to show the

Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the Aspect Ratio display.

3

Highlight and select the aspect ratio of your TV.

The highlight moves to “Return”.

Note

To use the Wide aspect ratio feature, you must receive a 16:9 aspect ratio signal.

Check with your service provider to see if

16:9 programming is available.

4

Select “Return”.

The Aspect Ratio display closes to show the Main Menu.

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Replacing Your Access Card

Occasionally your service provider may send you a new Access Card.

Use this display to set up your new card. See “Inserting the Access Card” on page 13 for information about inserting the Access Card into the

Digital Satellite Receiver.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Highlight and select “Access Card” from the

System pop-up.

The Access Card display appears.

Return

Closes the Access Card display to show the Main

Menu.

OK

Starts the Access Card replacement process.

Help

Opens information about the Access Card display.

3

Highlight and select “OK”.

The display shows instructions on how to proceed.

4

Follow the instructions in each display to complete the replacement process.

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Reception (SAT-A55 only)

The RF feature allows you to operate the Digital Satellite Receiver from outside a cabinet or from another room within your home. The RF

Antenna must be connected to use the RF feature (see page 12).

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

SYSTEM.

The SYSTEM pop-up appears.

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Remote Signal

Lets you select IR or RF as the type of signal the receiver accepts.

RF Security Control

Lets you change the security code.

RF signals are used to control many devices. You may need to change the security code so that this remote control operates the

Digital Satellite Receiver only.

2

Highlight and select “Remote Control”.

The Remote Control display appears.

Return

Closes the Remote Control display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Remote Control display.

3

Highlight and select “Remote Signal”.

The Remote Signal pop-up appears.

4

Highlight and select “RF”.

The Remote Signal pop-up closes to show the Remote Control display.

5

Highlight and select “Return”.

The display closes to show the Main Menu, and the Digital Satellite

Receiver is set to receive RF signals from the remote control.

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If the Digital Satellite Receiver is receiving signals from another RF remote control in your home (or from your neighbor’s home), you can eliminate this problem by changing the security codes for the Digital

Satellite Receiver and remote control, or by selecting IR control.

Both the Digital Satellite Receiver and the remote control must use the same three digit security code.

1

Select “Remote Control” from the SYSTEM pop-up (see page 32).

The Remote Control display appears.

MENU

2

Highlight and select “RF Security Code”.

The confirmation pop-up appears.

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Select “Yes”.

The RF Security Code pop-up appears.

4

Select a different security code.

The conformation pop-up appears.

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Press the CODE SET button on the remote control.

The CABLE and TV FUNCTION indicators flash.

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Enter the three digit security code you selected for the receiver in step 4 above.

7

Press the enter button.

The remote control and Digital Satellite Receiver are now set to a new security code.

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If the remote control no longer operates your Digital Satellite Receiver after completing this procedure, use the controls on the front panel to open the

Remote Control display (see page 32).

Then repeat the steps in “Setting the

Security Code” to try again.

8

Select “OK” to save your changes.

The Remote Control display appears.

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Using the Guides Menu

The Guides Menu helps you find the program you want to watch. You can choose to see all stations or just a few. You can also create your own favorite station guides for fast access to your favorite stations.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

GUIDES.

The GUIDES Menu appears.

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Return

Closes the GUIDES Menu to show the Main Menu.

Alpha List

Shows a list of categories

(movies, sports, etc.)and only the programs that match the category you select in alphabetical order (see page 36).

Program Guide

Opens your custom list of stations and shows program information for up to three days in advance (see page 37) .

Category Guide

Shows a list of categories

(movies, sports, etc.)and only those stations broadcasting programs that match the category you select

(see page 38).

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• Be sure to press the SAT

FUNCTION button before operating the Digital

Satellite Receiver with the remote control.

• You can see information about a program you are watching by pressing the

DISPLAY button.

2

Highlight and select the guide you want to use.

Station Index

Opens your custom list of stations as a grid of station logos

(see page 39).

Favorite Stations

Opens the Favorite Stations guide which allows you to create and access up to four different sets of stations you enjoy watching most (see page 40).

Other Guides

Opens the Other Guides display which shows a variety of special categories provided by

DIRECTV. Each category is divided into subcategories so you can find exactly the kind of program you want (see page 43).

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The Alpha List shows program information in the category you select

(such as movies, sports, etc.)in alphabetical order. Program information is available for up to four hours in advance.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

GUIDES.

The GUIDES Menu appears.

2

MENU

Highlight and select “Alpha List”.

The Alpha List guide appears.

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Highlight and select a category.

Programs appear in alphabetical order.

4

Highlight and select a program.

If you select a current program, the Alpha List guide closes. For information about selecting a future program see “Using One

Button Timer & Rec” on page 60.

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The Program Guide shows program information for up to three days in advance. You can open the Program Guide using the Main Menu or by pressing the GUIDE button.

1

Press the GUIDE button.

The Program Guide opens and the current program appears in the

Media Window display.

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Highlight the program you want.

The sound and the picture in the Media Window display change as you highlight current programs.

Skipped stations do not appear (see page 50).

Media Window

Display

M

Move the joystick up and down to highlight different stations.

Press the CH

V/v buttons to move the highlight to the next page of stations.

m

Information Area

List Area

< Move the joystick right to highlight future programs.

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Press the EXIT button to close the

Program Guide and return to the previous station.

Note

If you select a program and the station is blocked or a limit has been reached, you can temporarily unlock your Digital

Satellite Receiver using your passcode.

See “Locking Your Receiver” on page 57 for information about the passcode.

3

Select the program you want.

If you select a current program, the Program Guide closes. For information about selecting a future program, see “One Button

Timer & Rec” on page 60.

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The Category Guide shows programs in the category you select (such as movies, sports, etc.). Program information is available for up to three days in advance. You can open the Category Guide using the Main Menu or by pressing the CATEGORY button.

1

Press the CATEGORY button.

The Category Guide opens and the current program appears in the

Media Window Display.

CATEGORY

2

Highlight and select the category you want.

The program list changes each time you select a different category.

Skipped stations do not appear (see page 50).

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Highlight and select the program you want.

If you select a current program, the Program Guide closes. For information about selecting a future program, see “One Button

Timer & Rec” on page 60.

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Press the EXIT button to close the

Category Guide and return to the previous station.

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The Station Index displays each station’s logo and channel number in a grid format. Program information is available for the current time only.

You can open the Station Index using the Main Menu or by pressing the

INDEX button.

1

Press the INDEX button.

The Station Index opens and the current program appears in the

Media Window display.

INDEX

2

Highlight the station you want.

The sound and the picture in the Media Window display change as you highlight different stations.

Skipped stations do not appear (see page 50).

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• Press the EXIT button to close the

Station Index and return to the previous station.

• To view the current program while checking the program information of other stations, turn on the Surf feature

(see page 49).

3

Select the station you want.

The Station Index closes and the program broadcast by the station you selected appears on your TV screen.

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The Favorite Stations guide shows four Favorite Titles that you can customize with eight stations each. Program information is available for the current time only.

You can open the Favorite Stations guide using the Main Menu or by pressing the FAVORITE button.

Before you can use the Favorite Stations guide, you must set up your favorite stations in a personal guide by following the procedure on the next page.

1

Press the FAVORITE button.

The Favorite Stations guide opens and the current program appears in the Media Window display.

FAVORITE

2

Highlight and select the Favorite Title you want.

The station list in the right half of the display changes as you highlight different Favorite Titles.

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Highlight and select the station you want.

The Favorite Stations guide closes and the program broadcast by the station you selected appears.

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Press the EXIT button to close the

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1

Highlight and select the Favorite Title you want to customize.

The station list appears in the right half of the display.

2

Highlight and select “Edit”.

The Edit pop-up appears.

3

Highlight and select “Edit Stations”.

The station index appears in the right half of the display.

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Highlight and select a station in the index.

A checkmark appears in the lower left part of the icon to indicate that the station is included in the Favorite Title, and the number in the “Count” box increases by one.

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Press the EXIT button to close the

Favorite Stations guide and return to the previous station.

Note

The “Count” box indicates how many stations are included in the personal guide.

5

Repeat step 4 to add up to eight stations to this Favorite

Title.

When you have added all the stations you want in this Favorite

Title, highlight and select OK.

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Editing the Title of a Favorite Title

1

Highlight and select the Favorite Title you want to edit.

The station list appears in the right half of the display.

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Select “Edit Title” from the pop-up menu.

The Edit Title display appears in the lower left part of the display.

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Press the EXIT button to close the

Favorite Stations guide and return to the previous program.

4

Enter a seven character title for this Favorite Title.

You can enter upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols in the title.

M

Move the joystick up and down to select different characters.

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F a v 1

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Move the joystick left or right to highlight different positions. You can also press to move to the next position.

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5

When your title is complete, highlight and select “OK”.

The Edit Title pop-up closes to show the Favorite Stations guide.

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Using Other Guides

The Other Guides display provides special categories supplied by

DIRECTV. Each category is divided into subcategories to help you find the exact program you want to watch. Program information is available for up to three days in advance.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

GUIDES.

The GUIDES pop-up appears.

MENU

2

Highlight and select “Other Guides”.

The Other Guides display appears.

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Select the Guide Type you want.

The available time ranges appear.

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Press the EXIT button to close the Other

Guides display and return to the previous station.

Note

DIRECTV occasionally changes the contents of the category and subcategory lists.

4

Select the time range you want.

The available categories appear.

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5

Select the category you want.

If the category you select has subcategories, the available subcategories appear.

6

Select the subcategory you want.

The programs that match your selections appear in the lower half of the display.

7

Highlight and select the program you want.

If you select a current program, the Other Guides display closes.

For information about selecting a future program, see “One Button

Timer & Rec” on page 60.

Note

To order pay per view by remote, a

DIRECTV

® subscription is required and the Digital Satellite Receiver must be continuously connected to a land-based phone line.

Viewing Pay Per View Programs

Many programs are available as pay per view. By selecting a pay per view program you agree to be charged for that program.

Select a pay per view program using any of the methods described in the “Viewing Station and

Program Information (GUIDES)” section on pages

35 through 44.

The Purchase Program display appears. This display shows detailed information about the program including the cost.

Return

Closes the Purchase Program display to show the previous screen.

Purchase

Opens the Purchase pop-up.

Preview

Closes the Purchase Program display to show a preview of the program if available.

Times

Opens the Other Show Times display so you can select another time to view the program.

Help

Opens information about the

Purchase Program display.

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Using the Preferences Menu

The Preferences Menu lets you change the appearance of the on-screen displays, the stations you want to appear in the program list area, and the order in which the stations are listed.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

PREFERENCES.

The PREFERENCES Menu appears.

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Return

Closes the PREFERENCES Menu to show the Main Menu.

Display Options

Lets you change the color scheme of the on-screen displays, choose how the stations are ordered in the guides and select what is displayed in the

Media Window display when surfing through the Station Index

(see page 47).

2

Highlight and select the item you want to adjust.

Custom Stations

Lets you customize which stations appear in the program guides (see page 50).

Data Service

A future application

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Setting Display Options

Display Options lets you choose the color scheme of the on-screen displays and the order in which stations are listed in the program list area. You can also turn the surf option on or off.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

PREFERENCES.

The PREFERENCES Menu appears.

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Colors

Lets you change the color of the on-screen displays (see page 48).

Station order

Lets you select the order in which stations appear in the list area

(see page 49).

Surf

Lets you view the Current Program in the Station Index while viewing other Program information

(see page 49).

2

Highlight and select “Display Options”.

The Display Options display appears.

Return

Closes the Display Options display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Display Options display.

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Changing the Color Scheme

1

Highlight and select “Colors” from the Display Options display (see page 47).

The Colors pop-up appears.

2

Highlight and select the color scheme you like.

The display changes colors as you highlight each color scheme.

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Changing the Station Order

You can select numerical or alphabetical for the order in which stations appear in the List Area of the Program Guide, Category Guide and Other

Guides display.

1

Highlight and select “Station Order” from the Display

Options display (see page 47).

The Station Order pop-up appears.

2

Highlight and select the order you like.

The Station Order pop-up closes to show the Display Options display.

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When the Surf setting is On you can view the current program in the

Media Window display of the Station Index while viewing the program information of other programs as you highlight them in the Station Index.

1

Highlight and select “Surf” from the Display Options display (see page 47).

The Surf pop-up appears.

2

Highlight and select “On” or “Off”.

The Surf pop-up closes to show the Display Options display.

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Setting Up Custom Stations

The Custom Stations display lets you choose which stations will be skipped in the Program Guide, Category Guide and Station Index, and when you change channels using the CH +/– buttons.

You can reduce the number of stations that appear by skipping unwanted stations.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

PREFERENCES.

The PREFERENCES Menu appears.

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Highlight and select “Custom Stations”.

The Custom Stations display appears.

Return

Closes the Custom Stations display to show the Main Menu.

Cancel

Closes the Custom Stations display and cancels your changes.

Auto

Scans all stations and automatically skips any stations to which you do not subscribe.

Clear All

Removes all skip settings.

Help

Opens information about the Custom

Stations display.

“X” Skip Mark

Shows that the station will be skipped when using the Program Guide,

Category Guide, Station Index, or when using the CH +/– buttons.

3

Highlight and select a station icon to add or remove the “X” mark.

The “x” mark indicates that the station will be skipped when you open the Program Guide, Category Guide or Station Index, or change channels using the CH +/– buttons.

4

Highlight and select “Return”.

The Custom Stations display closes to show the Main Menu.

Selecting Data Services

The Data Services feature is reserved for future applications.

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Your service provider may occasionally send messages to your Digital

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1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

MESSAGES.

The Messages display appears.

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Highlight and select the message you want to read.

The message pop-up appears.

Delete

Closes the message pop-up and deletes the message.

Return

Closes the message pop-up and saves the message.

Return

Closes the Messages display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Messages display.

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Note

Your receiver can hold a total of between

10 and 20 new and old messages, depending on the size of the messages.

Your receiver will continue to hold a message until you delete it or until the AC

Power Cord is disconnected. If your receiver’s memory is full, you must delete old messages before you can receive new ones.

3

Highlight and select “Return” or “Delete”.

The message pop-up closes to show the Messages display.

Setting Locks and Limits (LOCKS & LIMITS)

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The Locks & Limits feature gives you control over access to your Digital

Satellite Receiver. You can restrict program viewing by cost, ratings, and station. You can also set a lock to prevent the ordering of pay per view programs.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

LOCKS & LIMITS.

The Locks & Limits display appears.

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Highlight and select “Edit”.

The Locks & Limits edit display appears.

The following pages describe how to change the settings for each of these items.

Receiver Status

Shows if your Digital Satellite

Receiver is now locked or unlocked.

Spending Limit

Sets a maximum limit on charges per event (see page 54).

Rating Limit

Sets a maximum limit on rated content (see page 55) .

Pay Per View

Blocks access to pay per view programs (see page 55).

Stations Blocked

Blocks access to specific stations

(see page 56).

Note

You must lock the receiver before any locks or limits take effect (see page 57).

Lock

Opens the passcode pop-up. You must enter your passcode to lock the receiver.

Unlock

Opens the passcode pop-up for unlocking your receiver.

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The spending limit pop-up lets you limit the amount you can spend per event on pay per view purchases.

1

Highlight and select “Spending Limit” from the Locks &

Limits edit display (see page 53).

The Spending Limit pop-up appears.

2

Press the 0–9 buttons to enter the dollar value.

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Highlight and select “OK”.

The Spending Limit pop-up closes to show the Locks & Limits edit display.

Select “Cancel” to close the Spending Limit pop-up without saving changes.

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Changing the Rating Limit

The Rating Limit pop-up lets you limit programs according to the content rating.

1

Highlight and select “Rating Limit” from the Locks &

Limits edit display (see page 53).

The Rating Limit pop-up appears.

2

Highlight and select the highest content rating you want your Digital Satellite Receiver to access.

The Rating Limit pop-up closes to show the Locks & Limits edit display.

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Changing the Pay Per View Access Setting

The pay per view access setting lets you block access to pay per view stations.

1

Highlight and select “Pay Per View” from the Locks &

Limits edit display (see page 53).

The Pay Per View Access pop-up appears.

2

Select “Yes” to block access to pay per view programs.

Select “No” to allow access to pay per view programs.

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The Stations Blocked feature lets you block access to specific stations.

1

Highlight and select “Stations Blocked” from the Locks &

Limits edit display (see page 53).

The Stations Blocked display appears.

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Highlight and select a station icon to block that station.

The block symbol appears in the station icon to indicate that the station is blocked.

Return

Closes the Stations Blocked display.

Cancel

Closes the Stations Blocked display without saving your changes.

Block All

Blocks all stations.

Clear All

Unblocks all stations.

Help

Opens the help display.

Block Icon

Shows that this station will be blocked.

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Locking Your Receiver

After you have made the changes you want to the Locks & Limits settings, you must enter a passcode to lock the receiver.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

LOCKS & LIMITS.

The Locks & Limits display appears.

MENU

2

Highlight and select “Edit”, then select “Lock”.

The Lock Receiver pop-up appears.

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Enter a four digit passcode using the 0–9 buttons.

Each number you enter appears as an asterisk (*)which keeps your passcode secret.

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Do not forget your passcode.

You will need this number to unlock your system or make any changes to the locks or limits you have set. If you forget your passcode, contact your program provider for assistance.

4

Enter your passcode again.

This confirms your selection of a passcode number.

5

Highlight and select “Return”.

The Main Menu appears.

Your receiver is now locked with your passcode using the locks and limits you have set.

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If you want to make changes to the Locks & Limits settings, you must enter your passcode to unlock the receiver.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

LOCKS & LIMITS.

The Locks & Limits display appears.

2

MENU

Highlight and select “Edit”.

The Unlock Receiver pop-up appears.

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Enter your four digit passcode using the 0–9 buttons.

Each number you enter appears as an asterisk (*)which keeps your passcode secret.

The Locks & Limits edit display appears.

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You can temporarily unlock your Digital

Satellite Receiver with your passcode if you select a program from a guide and the station is blocked or a limit has been reached.

4

Highlight and select “Unlock”.

Your receiver is now unlocked.

5

Highlight and select “Return”.

The Main Menu appears.

Checking Pay Per View Purchases

(PURCHASES)

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Checking Your Purchases

You can view a history of the pay per view purchases you have made.

This display also shows the future purchases you have ordered and those that you have canceled.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

PURCHASES.

The Purchases display appears.

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Highlight and select the purchase number you want to view.

The information pop-up for that purchase appears.

Return

Closes the Purchases display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Purchases display.

Cancel PPV

Cancels the pay per view program.

OK

Closes the information pop-up to show the Purchases display.

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You can purchase pay per view programs from any guide. See “Viewing Pay Per

View Programs” on page 45.

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Highlight and select “OK”.

The information pop-up closes to show the Purchases display.

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Scheduling Programs (TIMER & REC)

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Return

Closes the future program pop-up to show the current guide.

Tune to Station

Closes the program guide to show the current program of the selected station.

Add to Timer & Rec

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for recording, and opens the schedule pop-up.

Add to Timer

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for tuning, and opens the schedule pop-up.

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• You can set up the Digital Satellite Receiver to send program information to your VCR so it records the information at the beginning of the recording. See page 28 for information.

• Your Digital Satellite Receiver has a Program Data

Download feature and will automatically send the following information when you record a program with a Sony SmartFile VCR: program title, program category, program date/time and duration.

For further information regarding the SmartFile function, refer to your Sony SmartFile VCR

Operating Instructions.

Notes

• When using the VCR Control feature to record a future program, make sure that the VCR is turned off before the program begins. The VCR Control feature will turn on your VCR and start recording.

• When you schedule two or more continuous events to be recorded, the Auto Title Insert and

Program Data Download features will only send information about the first program.

Using One Button Timer & Rec

You can easily set the timer to view or record programs by selecting future programs directly from program guides.

To record a future program use the VCR Control feature to turn on your

VCR and start recording automatically. For information on how to set up the VCR Control feature, see page 26.

Highlight and select a future program using any of the methods described in “Viewing Station and

Program Information (GUIDES)” on pages 35 through 45.

Once

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for one time tuning and/or recording.

Monday–Friday

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for the remaining week days of the current week for tuning and/ or recording.

Weekly

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for tuning and/or recording on the same day of the following four weeks.

Daily

Adds the program to the

Timer & Rec display for tuning and/or recording every day for the next 30 days.

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Using the Timer & Rec Feature

The Timer & Rec feature lets you set up the Digital Satellite Receiver to automatically tune to a program scheduled at a future time. You can also use the One Button Timer & Rec feature to set up the timer by selecting a future program.

To record a future program, use the VCR Control feature to turn on your

VCR and start recording automatically. For information on how to set up the VCR Control feature see page 26.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

TIMER & REC.

The Timer & Rec display appears.

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Channel number and station name

Program title

2

Highlight and select the next available timer event number.

The Date/Day field is highlighted and the current date appears.

End time Date and day Start time

Return

Closes the Timer & Rec display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the

Timer & Rec display.

Record Event icon

Shows that an event will be recorded.

Note

When using the VCR Control feature to record a future program, make sure that your VCR is turned off before the program begins. The VCR Control feature will turn on the VCR and start recording.

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3

Follow the steps below to set the timer.

Move the joystick in the direction indicated in these steps.

1 Press V/v to select from

the following.

• Any date up to 30 days from the current date

• EVERY SUN

• EVERY MON

• EVERY TUE

• EVERY WED

• EVERY THU

• EVERY FRI

• EVERY SAT

• MON–FRI

• DAILY

2 Press

or

b

to move to the next item.

3 Press V/v to

change the starting hour.

Then, press or

b to move to the

next item.

4 Press V/v to

change the starting minute.

Then, press or

b

to move to the next item.

5 Press V/v to

change the ending hour.

Then, press or

b

to move to the next item.

1

– – / – – / – – – – : – – – – – – – : – – – –

– – – – – – – – – – – – –

8 Press

.

The Timer & Rec pop-up appears.

Highlight Timer & Rec or Timer and press .

7 Use the number buttons or

press

V/v to select the

channel number.

Then, press or

b to

move to the next item.

6 Press V/v to change the

ending minute.

Then, press or

b to

move to the next item.

4

Highlight and select “Return” to close the Timer &

Rec display.

The Main Menu appears.

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• Shortly before beginning a scheduled timer event, an information box appears on your screen. You can press the EXIT button on your remote control to cancel the timer event.

• If the Auto Title Insert feature is on (see page 28), the Auto Title will appear 10 seconds before the scheduled program.

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Editing Timer Events

You can easily edit or delete timer events.

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

TIMER & REC.

The Timer & Rec display appears.

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Highlight and select the number of the event you want to edit.

The edit pop-up appears.

Return

Closes the edit pop-up to show the Timer

& Rec display.

Delete

Removes the event from the list. Higher numbered events move up to fill the gap.

Edit

Closes the edit pop-up to highlight the date of that event.

See page 62 for instructions on how to change the timer settings.

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Using the Audio Display

You can set your Digital Satellite Receiver to play the audio track in the language you prefer if that language is available. You can set the language for the current program and as the default language for all programs when that language is available. You can also set your Digital

Satellite Receiver to receive Dolby Digital audio signals (SAT-A55 only).

1

Press the MENU button, then highlight and select

AUDIO.

The Audio display appears.

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Highlight and select the setting you want to change.

Current Audio

Opens a pop-up that displays the languages available for the current program.

Default Audio

Opens a pop-up that displays the eight available default languages. When a program broadcasts an audio track in the default language, that language is automatically selected.

Dolby Digital (SAT-A55 only)

Opens a pop-up that lets you set your

Dolby Digital options.

Choose “Auto Select” (if you have a

Dolby Digital audio system)to enjoy surround sound whenever a station broadcasts a Dolby Digital audio track.

Select “Off” if you do not have a Dolby

Digital audio system.

Return

Closes the Audio display to show the Main Menu.

Help

Opens information about the Audio display.

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You can also use the ALT AUDIO button on the remote control to select among the currently available tracks.

Other Information

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The RM-Y139 and RM-Y802 remote controls can be programmed to operate your other audio/video equipment.

1

Find the code(s) for the manufacturer of the device you want to operate with this remote control.

You can find these codes on pages 66 and 67.

2

Press the CODE SET button.

The function indicators begin flashing.

CODE SET

CABLE

FUNCTION

TV SAT

3

Press the 0–9 buttons to input the manufacturer code, then press the ENTER button.

The function indicator goes off, and the remote is setup to operate that device.

ENTER

1 0 1

SATELLITE

RECEIVER

RM-Y802

Remote Control

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Tips

• Remember to aim the remote control at the device you are trying to operate.

• To control extra VTRs (VCRs), a DVD player or an amplifier with the

RM-Y802 remote control, slide the device switch to VTR2, 3, DVD or AMP after you have set up the remote with the correct manufacturer code.

4

Test the remote control.

Press the POWER button for that equipment, then press other operation controls such as the CH +/– buttons.

If the device does not respond to the remote control, repeat from step 2 and enter a different manufacturer code in step 3.

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Manufacturer Codes

TV Codes

Manufacturer Code

Sony 101

Admiral (M. Wards)102, 114, 109

ABC

Bell & Howell

(M. Wards)

Broksonic

Craig

Croslex

Curtis Mathis

Daewoo

Daytron

Emerson

Fisher

General Electric

Goldstar

Hitachi

JC Penney

JVC

KTV

112

114, 109, 138

103, 112

122, 123, 120, 121

111

103, 119, 123

135, 136, 103

113

122, 113, 120, 121, 123, 103, 115

125

102, 118, 103, 107

103, 113, 112, 130

131, 113, 103, 132

103, 102, 130, 107

128, 129

133, 113, 103, 123, 134

LXI (Sears)102, 103 111, 125, 119, 112

Magnavox 111, 112, 113, 107

Mitsubishi/MGA

NEC

124, 103, 112

103, 112

Panasonic

Philco

Philips

Pilot

Pioneer

Portland

Quasar

Radio Shack

118, 116, 117, 107

111, 118, 109

111

103

137, 118, 119

103, 108

110, 107

102, 112, 124, 123

RCA/Proscan

Samsung

Sanyo

Scott

Sharp

Signature 2000

(M. Wards)

Sylvania

Symphonic

Tenika

Toshiba

Videch

Wards

Zenith

102, 103, 104, 105,106, 107, 108

126, 112, 113, 103

125

123, 112

114, 113, 115

114, 109

111, 112, 108

123, 139

109

119, 114

131, 103, 112

113, 103, 115, 112

108, 110

VCR Codes

Manufacturer Code

Sony

Aiwa

Audio Dynamic

Bell & Howell

(M. Wards)

Broksonic

Canon

Citizen

Craig

Curtis Mathis

Daewoo

DBX

Dimensia

301,302, 303

338

314, 347

330, 343

317, 319

309, 308

332

315, 302, 332

304, 338, 309

341, 312, 309

314, 336, 337

304

Emerson

Fisher

Funai

General Electric

Go Video

Goldstar

Hitachi

HQ

Instant Replay

JCPenney

319, 320, 316, 317, 318, 341

330, 334, 335, 333

338

329, 304, 309

322, 339, 340

332

306, 304, 305, 338

315

JVC

Kenwood

309, 308

309, 305, 304, 330, 314, 336,

337

314, 336, 337

314, 336, 332, 337

LXI (Sears)332, 305, 333, 334, 330, 335,

338

Magnavox

Marantz

Marta

310, 308, 309

314, 336, 337

332

Memorex

Minolta

Mitsubishi/MGA

Multitech

NEC

Olympic

Optimus

Panasonic

Pentax

Philco

Philips

Pioneer

Quasar

RCA/Proscan

309, 335

305, 304

323, 324, 325, 326

325, 338, 321

314, 336, 337

309, 308

327

308, 309, 306, 307

305, 304

308, 309

310, 308, 309

308

306, 308, 309

304, 305, 308, 309, 310, 311,

312, 313

VCR Codes (continued)

Manufacturer Code

Realistic

Sansui

Singer

Samsung

Sanyo

Scott

309, 330, 328, 335, 324, 338

314

315

322, 313, 321

330, 335

312, 313, 321, 335, 323, 324,

325, 326

327, 325, 328

315

336, 327

Sharp

Shintom

Signature 2000

(M. Wards)

Sylvania

Symphonic

Tashiro

Tatung

Teac

Technics

Teknika

Toshiba

Wards

Yamaha

Zenith

310, 308, 309, 338

338

332

314, 336, 337

314, 336, 338, 337

309, 308

338, 342

312, 311

327, 328, 335, 331, 332

330, 314, 336, 337

331

DVD Codes (RM-Y802 Only)

Manufacturer Code

Sony

Panasonic

Pioneer

RCA

Toshiba

601

604

605

602

603

AMP (Amplifier)

Codes (RM-Y802 Only)

Manufacturer Code

Sony 501

Denon (Sharp)516, 517, 518

Harmon 519

JVC

Kenwood

McIntosh

Onkyo

506, 507, 508

504, 505

520

512, 513

Pioneer

Technics

Yamaha

502, 503

509, 510, 511

514, 515

Cable Box Codes

(RM-Y802 Only)

Manufacturer Code

Hamlin/Regal

Jerrold/G.I.

Oak

Panasonic

Pioneer

Scientific Atlanta

Tocom

Zenith

222, 223, 224, 225, 228

201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206,

207, 208, 218

227, 228, 229

219, 220, 221

214, 215

209, 210, 211

216, 217

212

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Location and Function of Controls

Front Panel

1 2 3 4 5

POWER

POWER TIMER MESSAGE

GUIDE MENU

7

6

1

POWER Button

Turns your Digital Satellite Receiver on and off.

2

POWER Indicator

Indicates whether the Digital Satellite Receiver is on or off.

3

TIMER Indicator

Indicates that the Timer is set.

4

MESSAGE Indicator

Indicates that you have a new message.

5

Arrow and Buttons

The arrow buttons move the highlight in the on-screen displays. The button selects the highlighted item.

6

MENU Button

Opens the Main Menu.

7

GUIDE Button

Opens the Program Guide.

SAT-A55 Back Panel

1

2 3 4 5

ACCESS CARD

DIGITAL

OUT

(OPTICAL)

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

RF REMOTE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

L(MONO)

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~ qs qa q; 9 8 7 6

1

ACCESS CARD slot

Do not remove the Access Card unless instructed to do so by your service provider.

2

SATELLITE IN jack

Inputs satellite signals from your Satellite Dish

Antenna using RG-6 coaxial cable.

3

RF REMOTE jack

Inputs remote control signals using the RF

Antenna.

4

CH3/CH4 switch

When you use an RF connection (VHF(SAT)/

UHF OUT jack), this setting determines the TV channel on which programs from the Digital

Satellite Receiver can be viewed.

5

VHF/UHF IN jack

Inputs off-air signals from your local TV off-air antenna using coaxial cable. Some antennas require an adapter (not supplied).

6

AC IN jack

Inputs AC power from a power outlet using the

AC Power Cord.

7

TEL LINE jack

Connects the Digital Satellite Receiver to a telephone outlet using a telephone line cable.

8

VHF(SAT)/UHF OUT jack

Outputs audio and video signals to the VHF/

UHF input on your TV or VCR using coaxial cable.

9

A/V OUTPUT jacks

Output audio and video signals to your TV and other audio/video equipment using A/V cables.

q;

LOW SPEED DATA

Can be used for future products such as Personal

Video Recorders.

qa

VCR CONTROL jack

Allows the VCR Controller to control a VCR and/ or cable box. Also allows connection of a monaural cable for use with Sony SmartFile

VCRs.

qs

DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)

Outputs digital audio signals to the digital optical input of your audio receiver.

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Location and Function of Controls (continued)

SAT-B55 Back Panel

1 2 3 4

ACCESS CARD

VCR CONTROL

SATELLITE IN

LOW SPEED DATA

R

AUDIO

L(MONO)

VIDEO

S VIDEO

1

CH3

CH4

VHF/UHF IN

2

VIDEO OUT

VHF(SAT)/UHF

OUT

TEL LINE

AC IN~ q; 9 8 7 6 5

1

ACCESS CARD slot

Do not remove the Access Card unless instructed to do so by your service provider.

2

SATELLITE IN jack

Inputs satellite signals from your Satellite Dish

Antenna using RG-6 coaxial cable.

3

CH3/CH4 switch

When you use an RF connection (VHF(SAT)/

UHF OUT jack), this setting determines the TV channel on which programs from the Digital

Satellite Receiver can be viewed.

4

VHF/UHF IN jack

Inputs off-air signals from your local TV off-air antenna using coaxial cable. Some antennas require an adapter (not supplied).

5

AC IN jack

Inputs AC power from a power outlet using the

AC Power Cord.

6

TEL LINE jack

Connects the Digital Satellite Receiver to a telephone outlet using a telephone line cable.

7

VHF(SAT)/UHF OUT jack

Outputs audio and video signals to the VHF/

UHF input on your TV or VCR using coaxial cable.

8

A/V OUTPUT jacks

Output audio and video signals to your TV and other audio/video equipment using A/V cables.

9

LOW SPEED DATA

Can be used for future products such as Personal

Video Recorders.

q;

VCR CONTROL jack

Allows the VCR Controller to control a VCR and/ or cable box. Also allows connection of a monaural cable for use with Sony SmartFile

VCRs.

Specifications

Input Jacks

UHF/VHF IN

SATELLITE IN

RF REMOTE (SAT-A55)

AC IN (120 V, 60 Hz)

75 ohm f-type

75 ohm f-type

Supplied Accessories

Remote Control

Size AA Batteries (2)

Access Card (1)

Audio/Video Cable (1)

Coaxial RF Cable (1)

Telephone Line Cord (1)

AC Power Cord (1)

VCR Controller (1)

S-Video Cable (1)(SAT-A55)

RF Antenna (1)(SAT-A55)

RM-Y802 (SAT-A55)

RM-Y139 (SAT-B55)

Output Jacks

Low-Speed Data

TEL LINE

Cable Type

S-VIDEO OUT 4-pin mini DIN

VIDEO (2)RCA type

OPTICAL OUT (1)

(SAT-A55 only)

Optical Rectangular

AUDIO R/L (2)RCA type

VHF (SAT)/UHF 75 ohm f-type

9-pin D-Sub Female

RJ-11

VCR CONTROL (1)VCR Controller (or monaural cable for

Sony SmartFile VCRs)

General

Input Frequency

Power Requirements

950–1450 MHz

120 V, 60 Hz

Power Consumption 20 W max

Dimensions (w/h/d)11

×

2

5

8

×

9 inches

(280

×

66.5

×

228.5 mm)

Weight

SAT-A55

Set:

Unit:

6.0 lbs (2.7 kg)

3.6 lbs (1.6 kg)

SAT-B55

Set:

Unit:

5.4 lbs (2.5 kg)

3.4 lbs (1.5 kg)

Optional Sony-brand Digital Satellite Receiver

Accessories

Local TV Antenna

ANJ-AA1

Installation Kit

ANJ-DS2

Amplifier

EAC-DA1

Diplexer

EAC-DD1

Voltage Switch

EAC-DV2

RF Universal Remote Commander

®

Remote Control

RM-Y802

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Troubleshooting

Problem

Poor picture quality or no picture

Poor picture quality or no picture when it rains or snows

You cannot turn on the unit

You cannot access a program

What you can do

• If you are receiving only a few stations, (only 2 or 3 channels for example), call your service provider to have your programming activated.

• Some pay per view programs may be protected by Macrovision

® copy protection at the discretion of the copyright owner. You may want to connect the Digital Satellite Receiver directly to your TV.

• Check the connections to your TV and other equipment

(see pages 7–13).

• Make sure that your TV and other equipment are set to the input source to which you connected your Digital Satellite Receiver, for example, channel 3 or 4, Video 1 or 2 (see pages 9–10).

• Check the Satellite Dish Antenna’s signal strength (see page 23).

• Make sure the RG-6 coaxial cable is properly connected to the

Satellite Dish Antenna.

• If the cable distance between the Satellite Dish Antenna and the

Digital Satellite Receiver is more than 100 feet, you must use the

Sony Amplifier EAC-DA1.

• Make sure your Access Card is inserted correctly (see page 13).

• Move any antenna cables that may be directly above your Digital

Satellite Receiver.

• Change the setting of the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the

Digital Satellite Receiver. This could improve picture quality only if you are using the UHF/VHF IN jack of the Digital Satellite

Receiver to connect a local TV antenna or cable company service.

• Heavy rain or snow may degrade the strength of the signal coming from the satellite to your Satellite Dish Antenna. To limit any negative effects during degraded conditions, make sure that your professional installer has aimed your Satellite Dish Antenna so that you are receiving a high signal strength level (see page 23, or refer to your Satellite Dish Antenna Installation Instructions).

• Make sure that the AC Power Cord is plugged in (see page 13).

• If the AC Power Cord is plugged in, unplug the AC Power Cord, wait a few minutes, then plug in the AC Power Cord again.

• Make sure you subscribe to the station you are trying to access.

Your service provider can tell you to which stations you subscribe.

• Make sure the station you are trying to access is not set to be skipped (see pages 50–51).

• Make sure the system is not locked (see page 58) .

• Use the Program Guide to access the station (see page 37).

• Press the SAT FUNCTION button on the remote control before you select a channel (see page 20).

Problem

You cannot order a pay per view program

You cannot find the station of the pay per view program that you ordered

You cannot cancel a pay per view order

The program highlighted in the Program

Guide does not appear

You cannot see any Favorite Stations

What you can do

• Make sure your Digital Satellite Receiver is connected to a telephone line (see page 8).

• Make sure the system is not locked (see page 58) .

• Use the Program Guide to access the station (see page 37).

• If the message “Purchase information not available” appears, you must contact your service provider to order the program.

• Your Access Card may be full. If so, contact your service provider.

• It may be too late to order the program you want. If so, check for other show times (see page 45).

• See “Checking Pay Per View Purchases” on page 59 to get information (station, start time, etc.)about programs that you have ordered.

• You cannot cancel pay per view orders that you have watched.

Contact your service provider for details.

• Highlight and select the program. Although the program you highlight appears in the Media Window display, you must press the button to complete your selection (see page 37).

• Set up your personal Favorite Titles before you try to use the

Favorite Stations guide (see page 41).

Locks & Limits feature not working properly

• Make sure that the Spending, Rating, Pay Per View, and Stations

Blocked are set as you want them (see pages 53–56). Then, make sure that the system is locked (see page 57).

You cannot access the Locks & Limits screens

• The system must be unlocked before you can make changes to the Locks & Limits (see page 58).

You cannot unlock the system

• Make sure that you entered the passcode correctly. If you have lost or forgotten your passcode, contact your service provider.

Language of audio track is incorrect or audio track is not available

• Check the default language setting. The program provider may not broadcast all of the languages in the Default Audio pop-up

(see page 64).

• Some programs may not offer audio tracks.

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Troubleshooting

(continued)

Problem

You cannot record programs withyour VCR

Access Card problems

Remote control does not work

Audio noise

“Frozen” picture or display

What you can do

• Make sure that your VCR is connected correctly (see page 10).

• If you want to use the VCR Control feature, make sure that the

VCR Controller is connected correctly (see page 11). Also make sure that you have selected the correct VCR Manufacturer Code

(see page 27).

• If you are using the VCR Control feature to record a future program, make sure that your VCR is turned off before the program begins. The VCR Control feature will turn on the VCR and start recording.

• Make sure that the program you are trying to record doesn't conflict with any Locks & Limits you have set.

• If you are trying to record a pay per view program, you must first order the program (see page 45).

• Some pay per view programs may be protected by Macrovision copy protection at the discretion of the copyright owner. If so, it may not be possible to record these programs.

• Make sure your Access Card is inserted correctly (see page 13).

• Contact your service provider with any other Access Card problems.

• Make sure that the batteries are inserted correctly and that the batteries are not weak (see page 7).

• Remove and then reinsert the batteries without pressing any buttons on the remote control.

• To operate your TV or other equipment, make sure that the remote control is set up to operate that equipment (see page 65).

If the batteries are removed or become weak, you may need to set up the remote control to operate other equipment again.

• Press the FUNCTION button on the remote control of the equipment you want to operate (SAT, TV, VTR, and/or CABLE).

These buttons will flash to show which equipment the remote control is set to operate.

• SAT-A55 model only: If there is a problem when using the RF function, check that the RF Antenna is connected correctly

(see page 12).

• SAT-A55 model only: Make sure that the remote control and the

Digital Satellite Receiver are both using the same security code

(see page 33–34).

• SAT-A55 model only: If you connect the DIGITAL OUT jack to equipment that is not Dolby Digital compatible, set the Dolby

Digital option to “off” (see page 64). Not all optical jacks on audio systems are Dolby Digital compatible.

• Press both the GUIDE and ARROW DOWN buttons at the same time on the front panel of the Digital Satellite Receiver to reset the receiver.

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If you are unable to resolve problems with your system, see “Customer Support” inside the front cover.

Other Information

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FCC Regulations and Information

Your Digital Satellite Receiver has been registered by the Federal

Communication Commission (FCC)as not being harmful to the telephone network when connected directly to the telephone lines.

In order to fully comply with the Rules of the FCC, the following instructions should be read carefully and followed completely where applicable:

1 The Federal Communication Commission (FCC)has established Rules which permit this device to be directly connected to the telephone network. Standardized jacks are used for these connections. This equipment should not be used on party lines or coin phones.

2 If this device is malfunctioning, it may also be causing harm to the telephone network; this device should be disconnected until the source of the problem can be determined and until repair has been made. If this is not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.

3 The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures; if such changes affect the compatibility or use of this device, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of the changes. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.

4 If the telephone company requests information on what equipment is connected to their lines, inform them of: a. The telephone number to which this unit is connected.

b. The ringer equivalence number.

c. The USOC jack required.

d. The FCC Registration Number.

5 Items (b)and (d)are indicated on the label. The Ringer

Equivalence Number (REN)is used to determine how many devices can be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices on any one line should not exceed five (5). If too many devices are attached, they may not ring properly.

Service Requirements

In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be performed by our Company or an authorized agent. It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service to our company or to one of our authorized agents.

For service, call 1-800-838-7669.

Declaration of Conformity

Trade Name: Sony

Model No.: SAT-A55/SAT-B55

Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.

Address: 1 Sony Drive, Park Ridge, NJ. 07656 USA

Telephone No.: 201-930-6972

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Radio Interference Information

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC

Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception (which you can determine by turning the equipment off and on), you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna (the antenna for radio or television that is receiving the interference)

• Change the position of the Digital Satellite Receiver with respect to the radio or television equipment that is receiving the interference

• Move the Digital Satellite Receiver away from the equipment that is receiving the interference

• Plug the Digital Satellite Receiver into a different outlet so that the Digital Satellite Receiver and the equipment receiving the interference are on different branch circuits

Shielded cables and I/O cords must be used for this equipment to comply with the relevant FCC regulations. Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing by Sony

Electronics Inc., void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

If these measures do not eliminate the interference, you should consult your Digital Satellite Receiver dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. In addition, you may find the following booklet prepared by the

Federal Communications Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,

D.C., 20402 Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.

Limited Warranty

Digital Satellite Receivers

SONY ELECTRONICS INC. (“SONY”)warrants this Product

(including any accessories)against defects in material or workmanship as follows:

1 LABOR. For a period of 90 days from the original date of purchase, if the Product is determined to be defective, SONY will repair or replace the Product at no charge. After this 90 day period, you must pay for all labor charges.

2 PARTS. For a period of one (1)year from the original date of purchase, SONY will supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt replacements in exchange for defective parts. Any replacements will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period or ninety (90)days from installation by SONY’s authorized facility, whichever is longer.

3 ACCESSORIES. Parts and labor for all accessories are for one

(1)year.

4 IN-HOME. For a period of one (1)year from installation date, if the unit was professionally installed by a SONY authorized

Digital Satellite Receiver Installer and the LNB (Electronic

Antenna Element)fails to function properly, SONY will repair or replace the LNB with a new or rebuilt part. Labor to repair or replace the LNB (after 90 days from purchase)will be at your expense. If no problem is found, or any other item fails, it will be your responsibility to pay the installer their regular rate for an in-home service call.

To obtain warranty service, you must take the Product, or deliver the Product freight prepaid, in either its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection, to a SONY authorized Digital Satellite Receiver service facility. Please see the telephone number at the end of this section for a number to call to locate the closest facility.

This warranty does not cover customer instruction, installation, setup adjustments or signal reception problems.

This warranty does not cover cosmetic damage or damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or modification of, or to any part of the Product, including the antenna. This warranty does not cover improper installation (if self-installed), loss of use of the product, or wasted programming charges due to product malfunction. This warranty does not cover damage due to improper operation or maintenance, connection to improper voltage supply, or attempted repair by anyone other than a facility authorized by SONY to service the Product. This warranty does not cover Products sold AS IS or WITH ALL

FAULTS. This warranty is valid only in the United States.

Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice which is evidence that the unit is within the Warranty period must be presented to obtain warranty service.

REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS

WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE

CONSUMER. SONY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY

INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR

BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON

THIS PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY BE LIABLE

FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES

WHATSOEVER ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY

TO USE THE PRODUCT. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES

SHALL SONY’S LIABILITY, IF ANY, EXCEED THE

PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO

THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY

IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS

PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION

OF THIS WARRANTY.

This warranty is invalid if the factory applied serial number has been altered or removed from the Product.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. In addition, if you enter into a service contract with The Sony Partnership

® service within 90 days of the date of sale, the limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts does not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.

For your convenience, SONY ELECTRONICS INC. has established telephone numbers for frequently asked questions. To locate the servicer or dealer nearest you, for assistance or resolution of a service problem, or for product information or operation, call:

SONY SATELLITE SYSTEM INFORMATION CENTER

1-800-838-7669 (Sony)

For an accessory or part not available from your authorized dealer, call:

1-800-488-7669

About Sony Customer Support

Every DIRECTV System manufactured by Sony comes with Sony’s

Express Support at no charge to you. In the event of a system failure, our Express Support Program can have a replacement receiver on its way to you via overnight Federal Express (for calls

Monday-Friday until 7:30 pm Eastern Time; Saturday delivery depends upon zip code). All it takes is a valid credit card to cover a security deposit, and Sony will pay freight in both directions.

Our Express Support continues with our 800 number, staffed by dedicated technical representatives who can answer questions on dealer locations, system operation, installation, hookup, accessories, and how to get the most out of your home entertainment system. Sony’s ExpressSupport

SM program: another expression of our commitment to excellence in customer service.

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Index

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A

AC Power Cord, connecting, 13

Access Card, inserting, 13 replacing, 31 slot, 13, 69, 70

Adjusting the on-screen displays, 47

Alert. See Timer & Rec.

Alpha List, 36

ALT AUDIO button, 14, 64

Antenna. See RF antenna, Satellite Dish Antenna, and Local TV off-air antenna.

Arrow buttons, on front panel, 68 on RM-Y139 remote control, 16

Aspect Ratio, setting, 30

Audio system, connecting, 10

Audio, display, 64 track, 64

AUTO skip feature, 50

Auto Title Insert, 28

Azimuth, 25

B

Back panel connections, SAT-A55, 69

SAT-B55, 70

Batteries, inserting into remote control, 7

Block, pay per view, 55 stations, 56

C

Carton contents, 6

CATEGORY button, 15, 17, 38

Category Guide, 35, 38

CH +/– buttons, 15

CH/PAGE buttons, 17

Changing channels, 20

CODE SET button, 14, 17, 65

Codes, Manufacturer, 66, 67

RF security, 33

VCR Manufacturer, 27

Color, setting, 48

Connecting, audio system, 10

IR Blaster, 11 local TV off-air antenna, 9

RF Antenna, 12

TV and VCR, 10

TV with A/V connectors, 9

TV with RF connector, 9

Controls, location and Function, 68

Custom stations, 50

Customer support, 2

Customizing the Favorite Stations guide, 41

D

Data services, 51

Default language, setting, 64

DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)jack, 10, 69

DISPLAY button, 14, 16

Display options, 47

Display, changing the colors, 48

Dolby Digital, 10, 64

E

Editing Favorite Stations, 41

Editing Favorite Titles, 42

Editing Locks & Limits, 53

Editing timer events, 63

Elevation, 25

ENTER button, 15, 17

EXIT button, 15, 16

F

FAVORITE button, 14, 17, 40

Favorite Stations guide, 35, 40 changing the Favorite Title, 42 setting up, 40

FCC Regulations, 76

Features, 4

Front panel controls, 68

FUNCTION buttons, 15, 17

G

GUIDE button, 15, 17, 37, 68

Guides Menu, 35

Guides, using, 35

H

Highlight and Select, 18

I

INDEX button, 14, 16, 39

Information Area, 37

Input source, 9, 10, 19

IR remote control reception, 32

J

Joystick, 14, 18

JUMP button, 15, 16

L

Languages, 64

Limited Warranty, 77

List Area, 37

Local TV off-air antenna, 9

Locking your receiver, 57

Locks and limits, 53 display, 53 locking, 57 setting, 54, 56 unlocking, 58

LOW SPEED DATA port, 69, 70

M

Macrovision copy-protection, 2

Mail. See messages.

Main Menu, 21

Manufacturer codes, 66, 67

Media Window display, 37

MENU button, 15, 17, 21, 68

Messages, 52 indicator, 68 viewing, 52

MUTING button, 14, 16

O

One Button Timer & Rec, 60

Other Guides, 35, 43

P

Passcode, setting, 57

Pay per view, cancelling programs, 59 checking purchases, 59 locking, 55 purchasing programs, 45

POWER buttons, 15, 17, 19, 68

POWER Indicator, 68

Preferences Menu, 46

Problems, troubleshooting, 72–74

Program Data Download, 11, 60

Program Guide, 35, 37

Program information, 37

Purchases display, 59

R

Rating limit, setting, 55

Recording programs, with Timer, 60–63

Reminder. See Timer & Rec.

Remote control, buttons and functions, 14–17 inserting the batteries, 7 manufacturer codes, 66, 67 selecting items, 18 setting IR and RF, 32 setting up, 65

RF Antenna, connecting, 12

RF remote control reception, 32

RF REMOTE jack, 69

RF security code, setting, 33

S

Satellite Dish Antenna, connecting, 8 setting, 23

SATELLITE IN jack, 8, 69, 70

Scheduling programs, 60–63

Security code. See RF security code and passcode.

Selecting items, 18

Setting up the receiver, 22 the remote control, 65

Signal Seeker, 23, 24

Signal Strength meter, 23

Skipping stations, 50

SLEEP button, 14

Specifications, 71

Spending limit, 54

Station and program information, 35 order, 49

Station Index, 39

Stations Blocked, setting, 56

Surf setting, 49

S-VIDEO jack, 9, 10

System Menu, 22

System test, performing, 29

T

Telephone line, connecting, 8

Testing the system, 29

Tilt, 23

Timer & Rec, checking and editing, 63 display, 61 setting up, 61

Timer events, 60–63 indicator, 68

Transponder, 23

Troubleshooting, 72–74

TV, connecting, 9, 10

TV/SAT button, 15, 16

TV/VIDEO button, 15, 16

TV/VTR button, 15, 16

U

Unlocking your receiver, 58

V

VCR Control feature, 11, 26

VCR CONTROL jack, 11, 69, 70

VCR Controller, connecting, 11

VCR, connecting, 10 recording, 60

Viewing pictures, 19

VOL buttons, 14, 17

VTR3/2/DVD/AMP switch, 15

W, Z

Warranty. See Limited Warranty.

Zip code, for setting antenna 25

79

Printed in USA

PRINTING THE SERVICE MANUAL

The PDF of this service manual is not designed to be printed from cover to cover. The pages vary in size, and must therefore be printed in sections based on page dimensions.

NON-SCHEMATIC PAGES

Data that does NOT INCLUDE schematic diagrams are formatted to 8.5 x 11 inches and can be printed on standard letter-size and/or A4-sized paper.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

The schematic diagram pages are provided in two ways, full size and tiled. The full-sized schematic diagrams are formatted on paper sizes between

8.5” x 11” and 18” x 30” depending upon each individual diagram size. Those diagrams that are LARGER than 11” x 17” in full-size mode have been tiled for your convience and can be printed on standard 11” x 17” (tabloid-size) paper, and reassembled.

TO PRINT FULL SIZE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

If you have access to a large paper plotter or printer capable of outputting the full-sized diagrams, output as follows:

1) Note the page size(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen.

2) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your large format printer. Confi rm that the printer settings are set to output the indicated page size or larger.

3) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select “Print...” Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the print range window. Choose OK.

TO PRINT TILED VERSION OF SCHEMATICS

Schematic pages that are larger than 11” x 17” full-size are provided in a 11” x 17” printable tiled format near the end of the document. These can be printed to tabloid-sized paper and assembled to full-size for easy viewing.

If you have access to a printer capable of outputting the tabloid size (11” x 17”) paper, then output the tiled version of the diagram as follows:

1) Note the page number(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen.

2) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your printer. Confi rm that the plotter settings are set to output

11” x 17”, or tabloid size paper in landscape ( ) mode.

3) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select “Print...” Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the print range window. Choose OK.

TO PRINT SPECIFIC SECTIONS OF A SCHEMATIC

To print just a particular section of a PDF, rather than a full page, access the Graphics Select tool in the Acrobat Reader tool bar.

1) To view the Graphics Select Tool, press the mouse button over the Text Select Tool which looks like:

T

This tool will expand to reveal to additional tools.

Choose the Graphics Select tool by placing the cursor over the button on of the far right that looks like:

2) After selecting the Graphics Select Tool, place your cursor in the document window and the cursor will change to a plus (+) symbol. Click and drag the cursor over the area you want to print. When you release the mouse button, a marquee (or dotted lined box) will be displayed outlining the area you selected.

3) With the marquee in place, go to the fi le menu and select the “Print...” option. When the print window appears, choose the option under the section called “Print Range” which says “Selected Graphic”.

Select OK and the output will print only the area that you outlined with the marquee.

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ON-SCREEN SEARCH OPTION

All of the text within the service manual PDF is content searchable. This means that you can enter any text, word, phrase or reference number that appears in the manual, and the PDF software will search, fi nd and move the cursor to the location where you requested text fi rst appears. This feature can be particularly useful in locating components on a specifi c schematic or printed wire circuit board (PWB) diagrams.

Follow these steps to effectively locate a component on a schematic diagram:

1) Locate the schematic you want to search by clicking on the corresponding bookmark on the left side of the screen. The view on the right of the screen will then jump to the desired schematic page.

2) Magnify the diagram to at least 400% before conducting a component search. This will enable you to easily view the reference number when it is highlighted on screen. To do this, click on the magnifying glass button on the tool bar at the top of the screen. Move the cursor over the diagram and RIGHT click you mouse. Select the 400% magnifi cation option on the pop-up menu. Click on the button with the icon of the open hand to deactivate the magnifi cation tool

3) Search the diagram (or the entire manual) by clicking on the binocular button tool at the top of the screen. The “Find” window will appear and allow you to type in your desired text. Type in a reference designator, such as R502, and click on the “Find” button. If the component is not on the diagram, but is listed anywhere else in the manual, the cursor will jump to the fi rst location the text is found in the fi le. To fi nd another instance of that same text, click on the binocular button again and select “Find Again.”

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