CSS10 SERVICE MANUAL Cinema
Cinema Sound™ Series
CSS10
Amplifier/Subwoofer
SERVICE MANUAL
JBL Consumer Products
250 Crossways Park Dr.
Woodbury, New York 11797
Rev1 7/2006
CSS10
Cinema Sound
- CONTENTS BASIC SPECIFICATIONS…………………………………………..1
PACKAGING…………………………..……………………………2
DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS…………………………………….3
CONNECTIONS..………………………………………………….. 5
OPERATION ………….…………………………..….….………….6
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING…………………………………….7
TEST SETUP AND PROCEDURE…………………………….…8
EXPLODED VIEW……………………………………………….…9
120V BLOCK DIAGRAM..……………………………………..….10
120V ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST …………….…….…………..11
PCB DRAWINGS………………..………………………………...15
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT/TRANSISTOR PINOUTS………....20
120V SCHEMATICS.……….………………………..…. ………21
CSS10 BASIC SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier Power
150 Watts RMS
Frequency Response
27Hz – Low-pass crossover setting at signal source
Low-Frequency Driver
10" (254mm) cone, video-shielded
Input
LFE and preamp level
Dimensions (H x W x D) (including feet)
18-1/4" x 13-1/4" x 16" (464mm x 337mm x 406mm)
Weight
43 lb (19.5kg)
Occasional refinements may be made to existing products without notice but will always meet or exceed original
specifications unless otherwise stated
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CSS10
Cinema Sound
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CSS10
Cinema Sound
CSS10 150W Powered Sub/ Plate Amp
LINE VOLTAGE
US 120vac/60Hz
EU 230vac/50-60Hz
Yes/No
Yes
Yes
Parameter
Amp Section
Type (Class AB, D, other)
Load Impedance (speaker)
Rated Output Power
[email protected] Rated Power
THD @ 1 Watt
DC Offset
Specification
Damping factor
Hi/Lo Line
Unit
108-132
Vrms
207-264
Vrms
Unit
D
4
150
0.08
0.1
10
D
Ohms
Watts
%
%
mV-DC
>100 N/A
Input Sensitivity
Input Frequency
Line Input (L&R)
LFE Input
50 Hz
12 mVrms
7.63 mVrms
Signal to Noise
SNR-A-Weighted
SNR-unweighted
SNR @ 1W-unweighted
100 dBA
90 dBr
60 dBr
Notes
Normal Operation
Normal operation, MOMS required
QA Test Limits
Conditions
n/a
n/a
145
1
0.5
20
Nominal
1 input driven
22K filter
22K filter
@ Speaker Output
15
50Hz-4 Ohms load
Measured at amplifier PCB speaker out
connector @ power 135 Watts.
Nominal Freq.
To 1 Watt
To 1 Watt
1 input driven
1 input driven
LFE input driven only
A-Weighting filter
22K filter
22K filter
50
±2dB
±2dB
85
80
55
Residual Noise Floor
1 mVrms
2
rel. to rated power
rel. to rated power
rel. to 1W Output
Volume @max, using RMS reading
DMM/VOM (or A/P)
Residual Noise Floor
1
2
Volume @max, w/ A/P Swept Bandpass
Measurement (Line freq.+ harmonics)
mVrms(max)
Input Impedance
Line input L&R , LFE
>15 K ohms
Filters
Left & Right Low Pass fixed
Slope & Q
LFE Low Pass fixed
Slope & Q
Subsonic filter (HPF)
Slope & Q
Hz
-4th dB/Octave
Hz
-2nd dB/Octave
Hz
-2nd dB/Octave
Notes
n/a
Nominal
±2dB
n/a
±2dB
n/a
±2dB
n/a
Limiter (yes/no)
YES
--
n/a
Features
LFE Input
Phase Switch (yes/no)
Volume pot Taper (lin/log)
ATO (Auto-ON)
YES
YES
LOG
YES
---
functional
functional
functional
functional
BW Limited to 500 Hz
Input Configuration
Line In (L,R)
Line level in LFE
L ,R
LFE
functional
functional
RCA inputs: L , R
Signal Sensing (ATO)
ATO test Frequency
--
50 Hz
ATO Line Level
2 mV
functional
ATO Turn-on time
5 ms
functional
Auto Mute/ Turn-OFF Time
Power on Delay time
Transients/Pops
ATO Transient
Turn-on Transient
Turn-off Transient
15 minutes
3 sec.
5 mV-peak
50 mV-peak
50 mV-peak
[email protected] into Line Input w/ 1 ch.
driven
Amp connected and AC on, then input
signal applied
functional
Auto turn off time (T) must be
T before muting, after signal is removed 5min > T <15min
functional
AC Power Applied
10
100
100
@ Speaker Outputs
@ Speaker Outputs
@ Speaker Outputs
AC Line cycled from OFF to ON
AC Line cycled from ON to OFF
@ nom. line voltage
Maximum allowable input power under
nominal Input voltage and frequency, HOT
or COLD operation.
Efficiency
Stand-by Input Power
14 Watts
16
3
CSS10
Power [email protected] power
Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Thermal Protection
DC Offset Protection
Line Fuse Rating
Cinema Sound
240 Watts
250
@ nom. line voltage
YES
--
functional
Direct short at output
65 deg. C
YES
---
functional
functional
@1/8 max unclipped Power
DC present at Speaker Out leads
US Version
3.15 Amps
EU Version
1.6 Amps
Type-T or Slo Blo, Fuse markings
T3.15A, 250V
Type -T, Low breaking capacity,
Fuse markings T1.6AL, 250V
4
150 Watts @ 4 Ohms nominal line voltage
Temperature rise should not exceed 35K
rise
Relay or crowbar (for driver/fire protection)
External fuse with UL/SEMKO rated holder
External fuse with UL/SEMKO rated holder
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DOLBY® DIGITAL OR DTS®
(OR OTHER DIGITAL SURROUND MODE) CONNECTION
Frequency Effects channel.
Connect this jack to the LFE
output or subwoofer output
on your receiver or amplifier.
Connect each speaker to
the corresponding speaker
terminals on your receiver
or amplifier.
SUBWOOFER
RECEIVER
L
LINE LFE
LEVEL
IN
LFE OUT
R
Use this installation method
for Dolby Digital, DTS or
other digital surround
processors:
Make sure that you have
configured your surround
sound processor for “Subwoofer On.” Also configure
Use the line-level input jack
marked “LFE” for the Low-
your receiver for 5.1-, 6.1or 7.1-channel operation as
appropriate. The front left,
front right, center and rear
speakers should all be set
to “Small.” If your receiver
allows you to set the crossover frequency between the
subwoofer and the main
speakers, select 100Hz or
the setting that is the closest
frequency below it.
DOLBY PRO LOGIC® (NON-DIGITAL) – LINE LEVEL
Use RCA-type interconnects
to connect the line-level
subwoofer outputs on your
receiver or amplifier to the
line-level inputs on the subwoofer. IMPORTANT: Do not
use the LFE input on the subwoofer with Dolby Pro Logic
processors.
Use this installation method
for Dolby Pro Logic applications (not Dolby Digital, DTS
or other digital processing),
where the receiver/processor is equipped with a subwoofer output, or a volumecontrolled preamp (line-)
level output:
Center
Left Front
–
–
+
Right Front
+
–
+
Subwoofer
Line
Level In
Connect each speaker to
the corresponding speaker
terminals on your receiver
or amplifier.
L
R
Receiver
Subwoofer
Out
Left
Front
–
Left
Surround
–
Left Surround
–
+
+
–
R
+
+
Surround Back
Left
–
+
Make sure your receiver or
processor is correctly configured to indicate that the
subwoofer is “On.”
Right
Front
+
L
–
+
Center
Surround Back
Surround Back
Right
Left
–
NOTE: If your receiver or
amplifier has only one subwoofer output jack, then you
will need to use a Y-connector
(not included). Plug the male
end of the Y-connector into
your receiver or amplifier’s
subwoofer output jack, and
connect each of the two
female ends to separate
RCA-type interconnects.
Finally, plug the RCA-type
interconnects into the linelevel inputs on the subwoofer.
–
+
Right
Surround
–
+
Surround Back
Right
–
Right Surround
+
–
5
+
5
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SUBWOOFER OPERATION
Press the Master Power
switch (marked “Power” å)
to the On position to use the
subwoofer. The CSS10 subwoofer will automatically
turn on or go into standby
(sleep) mode as described
below. When your receiver
or amplifier is off, or is not
sending program material
to the subwoofer, the subwoofer will be in standby
mode (the LED on the front
of the CSS10 will be red).
When the subwoofer senses
an audio signal, it will automatically turn on (the LED
will be green). If the subwoofer does not sense a
signal after approximately 20
minutes, it will automatically
go into standby mode.
If you will be away from
home for an extended period
of time, or if the subwoofer
will not be used, switch the
Master Power switch å to
the Off position by pressing
it until it pops out.
ç
∫
∂
CSS10
å
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
VOLUME
Subwoofer
Level
MIN
MAX
Subwoofer
Level
MIN
MAX
Volume may be adjusted
using the Subwoofer Level
control ∫, as shown.
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The Phase control determines whether the subwoofer’s pistonlike action
moves in and out in phase
with the main speakers or
opposite the main speakers.
There is no correct or incorrect setting. Proper phase
adjustment depends on several variables, such as subwoofer placement and listener position. Adjust the
Phase switch ç to maximize bass output at the
listening position.
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Remember, every system,
room and listener is different. There are no right or
wrong settings; this switch
offers the added flexibility to
adjust your subwoofer for
optimum performance for
your specific listening conditions without having to move
your speakers. If at some
time in the future you happen to rearrange your listening room and move your
speakers, you should experiment with the phase switch
in both positions, and leave
it in the position that maximizes bass performance.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If there is no sound from any
of the speakers:
• Check that receiver/amplifier is on and a source is
playing.
• Check that the powered
subwoofer is plugged in
and is turned on (Power
switch å pushed in).
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/
amplifier and speakers. Make
sure all wires are connected.
Make sure none of the
speaker wires are frayed, cut
or punctured, or touching
each other.
• Review proper operation of
your receiver/amplifier.
If there is no sound coming
from one speaker:
• Check the “Balance” control
on your receiver/amplifier.
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/
amplifier and speakers. Make
sure all wires are connected.
Make sure none of the speaker
wires are frayed, cut or
punctured, or touching each
other.
• In Dolby Digital or DTS
modes, make sure that the
receiver/amplifier is configured so that the speaker in
question is enabled.
• Turn off all electronics
and switch the speaker in
question with one of the
other speakers that is working correctly. Turn everything back on, and determine
whether the problem has followed the speaker or has
remained in the same channel. If the problem is
in the same channel, the
source of the problem
is most likely with your
receiver or amplifier, and
you should consult the
owner’s manual for that
product for further informa-
tion. If the problem has followed the speaker, consult
your dealer for further assistance or, if that is not possible, visit www.jbl.com.
If there is no sound from the
center speaker:
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/
amplifier and speaker. Make
sure all wires are connected.
Make sure none of the
speaker wires are frayed,
cut or punctured, or touching each other.
• If your receiver/processor
is set in Dolby Pro Logic mode,
make sure the center speaker
is not in phantom mode.
• If your receiver/processor
is set in one of the Dolby
Digital or DTS modes, make
sure the receiver/processor
is configured so that the
center speaker is enabled.
If the system plays at low
volumes but shuts off as
volume is increased:
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/
processor and speakers.
Make sure all wires are connected. Make sure none of
the speaker wires are
frayed, cut or punctured, or
touching each other.
• If more than one pair of
main speakers is being used,
check the minimum impedance requirements of your
receiver/amplifier.
If there is low (or no) bass
output:
• Make sure the connections
to the left and right “Speaker
Inputs” have the correct
polarity (+ and –).
• Make sure the subwoofer
is plugged into an active
electrical outlet and is
turned on (Power switch
å pushed in).
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• In Dolby Digital or DTS
modes, make sure your
receiver/processor is configured so that the subwoofer
and LFE output are enabled.
• Switch the Phase switch
ç to the opposite position,
and select the position that
results in the most pleasing
bass response.
If there is no sound from
the surround speakers:
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/
processor and speakers.
Make sure all wires are connected. Make sure none of
the speaker wires are
frayed, cut or punctured, or
touching each other.
• Review proper operation of
your receiver/amplifier and
its surround sound features.
• Make sure the movie or
TV show you are watching
is recorded in a surround
sound mode. If it is not,
check to see whether your
receiver/processor has other
surround modes you may use.
• In Dolby Digital or DTS
modes, make sure your
receiver/processor is configured so that the surround
speakers are enabled. When
five satellites are in use,
remember to configure your
receiver or processor for
6.1-channel operation, and
when six satellites are in use,
configure your receiver or
processor for 7.1 channels.
• Review the operation of
your DVD player and the
jacket of your DVD to make
sure that the DVD features
the desired Dolby Digital or
DTS mode, and that you
have properly selected that
mode using both the DVD
player’s menu and the DVD
disc‘s menu.
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CSS10
Cinema Sound
Test Set Up and Procedure
Equipment needed:
• Function/signal generator/sweep generator
• Integrated Amplifier
• Multimeter
• Speaker cables
Initial Control Settings:
• Power Switch OFF
• Level MIN (Full CCW)
• Phase, Auto/On switches do not matter
General Unit Function (UUT = Unit Under Test)
1) From the signal generator, connect one line level (RCA) cable to the Subwoofer Line Level In jacks L/R on
the UUT. Use a Y-cable from a mono source if necessary to connect to both inputs. Do not connect to the
single, purple LFE input.
2) Turn on generator; adjust to 75mV, 50 Hz.
3) Plug in UUT; turn the power switch ON. Turn LEVEL control full clockwise (MAX)
4) LED should turn from Red to Green; immediate and vigorous bass response should be heard and felt from
port tube opening.
5) Turn off generator, turn LEVEL control full counterclockwise (MIN), and disconnect RCA cable.
Sweep Function
1) Follow steps 1-5 above, using a sweep generator as a signal source.
2) Sweep generator from 20Hz to 300Hz. Listen to the cabinet and drivers for any rattles, clicks, buzzes or
any other noises. If any unusual noises are heard, remove woofer and test.
Driver Function
1) Remove woofer from cabinet; detach + and - wire clips.
2) Check DC resistance of woofer; it should be 3.5 ohms ±10%
3) Connect a pair of speaker cables to driver terminals. Cables should be connected to an integrated amplifier
fed by a signal generator. Turn on generator and adjust so that speaker level output is 5.0V.
4) Sweep generator from 20Hz to 1kHz. Listen to driver for any rubbing, buzzing, or other unusual noises.
5) Caution: Observe correct polarity when re-attaching speaker wires as terminals are identical in size..
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CSS10
Cinema Sound
Item#
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
249-ABS-05080-0VAE
249-ABS-05095-0VAE
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
352-AM04020D210-E
316-CU-05174-0VAE
25PR12FZL-DW01
352-FM04020D605-E
321-ABS-00008-0BAE
352-HM04030D500-E
321-RUB-00009-0BAE
Port Tube (Outer Portion)
Port Tube (Inner portion)
CSS10 Cabinet
Dacron Filler
CSS10 Amplifier
Amplifier Screws
JBL Logo
10” (250mm) Woofer DCR = 3.5Ω
Woofer Screw
Plastic foot
Foot Screws
Foot Pads
1
1
1
1
1
10
1
1
8
4
4
4
9
CSS10
Cinema Sound
CSS10 BLOCK DIAGRAM
10
CSS10
Cinema Sound
CSS10 Electrical Parts List
Part Number
Description
Qty
Reference Designators
PREAMP PCB
Resistors
110-16102j26
CARBON RESISTOR 1K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
4
R213,R214,R215,R254
R9,R10,R11,R212,R216,R217,R220,R221,R22
2,
18
R225,R228,R229,R230,R232,R240,R248,R260
110-16103j26
CARBON RESISTOR 10K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
110-16104j26
110-16105j26
110-16122j26
110-16151j26
110-16154j26
110-16183j26
110-16205j26
110-16223j26
110-16472j26
110-16473j26
110-16512j26
116-161002f26
116-161212f26
116-162152f26
116-162202f26
116-162801f26
116-164422f26
115-h503a102
CARBON RESISTOR 100K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 1M 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 1.2K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 150Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 150K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 18K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 2M 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 22K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 4.7K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 47K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
CARBON RESISTOR 5.1K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 10K 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 12.1K 1/6W 1% MF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 21.5K 1/6W 1% MF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 22.0K 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 2.80K 1/6W 1% MF 26mm
METAL FILM RESISTOR 44.2K 1/6W 1% MF 26mm
VAR RES RV16AE-20B2-15K-A54-104(A50K) LEVEL
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
5
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
R231,R263,R266,
R259
R265
R253
R252
R262
R257
R247,R255,R256,R227
R258
R219,R249,R250,R251,R264
R211
R237
R223,R224
R238
R226
R234
R233
VR201
129-a103j633
129-a104j633
129-a223j633
129-a224j633
129-a474j633
METALIZED CAP 10NF 63V
METALIZED CAP 0.1U 63V ±5% MSC
METALIZED CAP 0.022U 63V ±5% MSC
METALIZED CAP 0.22uF 63V ±5% MSC
METALIZED CAP 0.47U 63V ±5% MSC
2
1
1
1
3
130-2b221k503
DISC CAPACITOR 220P 50V ±10%
9
130-2b470k503
130-3f104z503
130-sl101k503
135-3105m50
135-3106m50
135-3107m16
135-3226m16
135-3226m50
135-3227m16
DISC CAPACITOR 47P 50V ±10%
DISC CAPACITOR 0.1U 50V +80/-20%
DISC CAPACITOR 100P 50V SL ±10%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 1U 50V ±20%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 10uF 50V ±20%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 100uF 16V ±20%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 22U 16V ±20%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 22U 50V ±20%
ELECTROLYTIC CAP 220U 16V ±20%
1
8
1
1
8
1
1
3
1
C218,C217
C215
C223
C224
C221,C222,C216
C207,C208,C210,C211,C212,C214,C220,C230
,
C249
C229
C232,C242,C244,C245,C246,C252,C254,C256
C6
C228
C206,C213,C219,C231,C241,C243,C251,C253
C234
C225
C225,C505,C506
C233
192-027c1815gr
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815GR NPN
4
197-031n4148
DIODE 100mA 75V SIGNAL 1N4148 ROHM
9
199-15000335
190-06m4558d
190-16tl074cn
195-10204hgw
ZENER DIODE 3.3V 1/2W 52mm
I.C. OPA 4558D DIP DUAL OP-AMP
I.C TL074CN ST QUAD OP-AMP
LED 204HGW 3¢ RED/GREEN
1
1
2
1
Q201,Q206,Q207,Q208
D201,D202,D207,D208,D211,D212,D214,D215
,
D216
D213
U203
U201,U202
D209
WIRE ASS'Y 2PIN 150mm WHT/RED
RCA-108GV purple JK203
LFE
1
1
P1 TO PSW
JK201
Capacitors
Semiconductors
Miscellaneous
162-50159201
174-0rca108gv
11
CSS10
Part Number
Cinema Sound
Description
Qty
Reference Designators
PREAMP PCB
174-0rcb202vag
175-1c07v01
180-tms7210v
180-sms50126
RCA JACK RCA-209 GOLDEN LINE IN DUAL
WIRE CONNECTOR&BASE 7PIN PITCH=2.5mm
SWITCH SLIDE 6PIN MS7210V AUTO ON
SWITCH SLIDE SW MS50126 PHASE
1
1
1
1
JK202
M201
SW201
CLASS D PCB ASS'Y (RECOMMENDED REPLACE ENTIRE MODULE PART# 012-7500-00022)
Resistors
118-12061001j
118-12061002j
118-120610r0j
SMD RESISTOR 1.00K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 10.0K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 10.0Ω 1206 5%
4
3
2
118-12061201j
SMD RESISTOR 1.20K 1206 5%
118-12062002j
118-12062201j
118-12062701j
118-12063000j
118-12063301j
118-12063902j
118-12064700j
118-12064701j
118-12064702j
118-12064704j
118-120647r0j
SMD RESISTOR 20.0K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 2.20K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 2.70K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 300.0Ω 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 3.30K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 39.0K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 470Ω 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 4.70K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 47.0K 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 4.70M 1206 5%
SMD RESISTOR 47.0Ω 1206 5%
R2,R11,R29,R30
R7,R9,R25
R22,R23
R31,R32,R33,R34,R35,R36,R37,R38,R39,R40,
16
R41,R42,R43,R44,R45,R46
1 R26
3 R6,R13,R16
1 R10
1 R24
4 R14,R15,R27,R28
1 R3
1 R8
3 R1,R5,R12
1 R17
1 R4
2 R20,R21
SMD CAPACITOR 100pF 50V 10% 1206 NP0
SMD CAPACITOR 22pF 50V 10% 1206 NPO
SMD CAPACITOR 560pF 50V 10% 1206 NPO
SMD CAPACITOR 1206 Y5V 0.1uF 50V ±20%
SMD CAPACITOR 0.022uF 50V 10% 1206 X7R
SMD CAPACITOR 0.1uF 100V 10% 1210 X7R
SMD CAPACITOR 0.1uF 250V 10% 1210 X7R
CROSSVER CAP 10uF 100V 20%
1
1
1
8
1
2
4
2
C4
C5
C6
C2,C3,C7,C8,C9,C10,C11,C15
C13
C12,C14
C1,C18,C19,C20
C16,C17
SMD I.C. TL072CDT DUAL OP-AMP SGS THOMSON
SMD TRANSISTOR 2SC2412K-T146Q/R ROHM
SMD TRANSISTOR 2SC3906K-T146R ROHM
SMD TRANSISTOR 2SA1037K-T146Q/R ROHM
SMD TRANSISTOR 2SA1514K-T146R ROHM
SMD DIODE RLS4148-TE11 ROHM
SMD ZENER 5.6V 5% PHILIPS BZX84-C5V6
SMD ZENER 12V 5% PHILIPS BZX84-C12 (RoHS)
SMD ZENER 15V 5% PHILIPS BZX84-C15
FET IRF9640 IR P-CH TO220
TRANSISTOR IRF640N INTERNATIONAL
1
3
2
2
2
6
2
2
2
1
1
IC1
Q1,Q4,Q5
Q2,Q8
Q7,Q9
Q3,Q6
D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6
Z1,Z2
Z5,Z6
Z3,Z4
Q10
Q11
Capacitors
141-c0101k50
141-c0220k50
141-c0561k50
141-c5104m50
141-c7223k50
141-d7104ka0
141-d7104kb5
128-e106ma01
Semiconductors
190-16tl072dts
192-09124126qs
192-09139066rs
192-09210376qs
192-09215146rs
197-03rls4148s
199-15000563s
199-1500120s-e
199-15001503s
192-232irf9640
192-233f640n
Miscellaneous
122-14121m4191
122-14350j4180
123-11rc6*30wd
175-9f40hr2
Ferrite core LS-A6206-ST EFD-30
1
CHOKE COIL 35uH Ferrite Core 25 Milliohm
1
BOBBIN(NI-ZN)RC6*30
1
WIRE CNCT+B220R&BASE 40PIN PIT=2.54mm HR2*40
12
L1
L2
CSS10
Part Number
Cinema Sound
Description
Qty
Reference Designators
MAIN PCB
Resistors
110-14103j26
110-14222j26
110-14432j26
110-14472j26
110-16102j26
110-16103j26
110-16104j26
110-16153j26
110-16182j26
110-16203j26
110-16221j26
110-16222j26
110-16223j26
110-16333j26
110-16393j26
110-16473j26
110-16474j26
110-16434j26
110-16562j26
110-16621j26
110-16751j26
110-16755j26
116-161002f26
116-161202f26
110-20332jk3
113-50s68j00
116-201001jk3x
116-304700jk2x
Resistor 10K 1/4W ±5% 26mm
Resistor 2.2K 1/4W ±5% 26mm
Resistor4.3K 1/4W ±5%CF 26mm
Resistor 4.7K 1/4W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 1K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 10K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 100K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 15K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 1.8K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm CF
Resistor20K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 220Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor2.2K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 22K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 33K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 39K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 47K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 470K 1/6W ±5%CF 26mm
Resistor 430K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 5.6K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor620Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 750Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 7.5M 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor10K 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
Resistor12.00K 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
Resistor 3.3K 2W ±5% CF7.5m
cement Resistor 0.068Ω 5W ±5%
metal film Resistor 1.00K 2W ±5% 7.5mm
metal film Resistor 470Ω 3W ±5% 10mm
3
1
1
1
1
10
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
R503,504,510
R511
R506
R505
R153
R128,130,149,150,305,306,308,311,314,319
R122,126,307
R107
R145
R390
R144
R102
R316
R310
R515
R106,129
R127
R312
R152
R160
R315
R313
R301,303
R302
R134
R147
R148
R501,502
disc capacitor220Ω 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
disc capacitor22.0Ω 1/6W ±1% MF 26mm
disc capacitor0.1U 50V+80/-20%
mylar capacitor 100P 50V SL ±10%
mylar capacitor 0.01uF 50V ±5%
mylar capacitor 0.01uF100V ±5%
mylar capacitor 0.01uF100V ±5%
mylar capacitor 0.027uF100V ±5%
Electrolytic capacitor10U50V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor100U 10V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor100U 35V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor2.2U 50V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor22U 16V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor22U 16V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor220U 16V ±20%
Electrolytic capacitor47U 16V ±20%
mylar capacitor 0.01uF 400V ± 10%
Electrolytic Cap 4700uf 80V 20%
1
1
6
3
2
2
3
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
R317
C318
C107,117,122,144,320,322
C302,,303,306
C305,317
C103,104
C123,503,504
C143
C319,321
C114,115
C507,508
C509
C304
C505,506
Q118
C318
C500
C501,502
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815GR NPN
Transistor 2SC2235Y NPN
Transistor 2SA1015GR PNP
Transistor 2N5551 NPN
transistor FSC 2N5401 AI-PNP 350V500mA TO-92
diode 100mA 75V SIGNAL IN4148 ROHM
5
1
3
2
1
7
Q108,109,113,301,302
Q111
Q101,107,112
Q114,115
Q503
D102,103,104,105,143,301,302
Capacitors
116-162200f26
116-162202f26
130-3f104z503
130-s1101k503
132-103j503
132-103j504
132-104ja03
132-273ja03
135-3106m10
135-3107m10
135-3107m35
135-3225m50
135-3226m16
135-3226m50
135-3227m16
135-3476m16
132-103kd00
138-5478m80
Semiconductors
192-027c1815gr
192-207c2235y
192-028a1015gr
192-1572n5551
192-1582n5401
197-031n4148
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Cinema Sound
Part Number
Description
Qty
Reference Designators
MAIN PCB
199-15000625
199-15000605
190-16t1074cn
192-161tip31c
192-162tip32c
197-00kbu606g
197-141n4004
zener diode 6.2V 1/2W52mm
zener diode 16V 1/2W52mm
IC TL074CN ST DUAL OP-AMP
Transistor TIP31C SGS NPN
Transistor TIP32C SGS PNP
diode 6A 800V KBU606G BRIDGE
diode 1N4004
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
D101
D502
U301
Q501
Q502
D501
D110,504
thermister TTC-802(JS) NTC
inductor 10W AI YT-C3104-005 ICRHW
relay RWH-SH-124D (1600ohm)
wire cable ass'y 120mm AWG28 WHT
wire connector 2PIN PITCH=3.96mm
wire connector 3PIN PITCH=3.97mm
1
2
1
1
1
1
TH1
FB1,FB2
RL1
W201
M100
M500
1
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
7
1
2
1
On Power Switch
Miscellaneous
109-1ttc802j0
120-1000003
171-urwh124d
162-50129001
175-1d02v01
175-1d03v01
MISCELLANEOUS/MECHANICAL
130-3f104z503
disk cap 0.1U 50V +80/-20%
350-FM04012D106 oval head wood screw with nickel ψ4*12
352-AM03010D066 pan head ping P screw with nickel ¢3*10
352-AM03008D041 pan head ping B screw with nickel ¢3*8
150-r4055900
power transformer I/P:120V/60HzTT0900008720
152-U602015
line cord SVT FT-2 6FT
154-k31505t0
fuse 3.15A 250V 30mmUL/CSA/PSE
155-63032i
fuse holder HTB-32I 30mmUL/CSA
180-pbr12c11s
power switch PUSH BR12C11S
162-10082007
WIRE RED 18AWG 80mm#1015
362-FE-00013
PCB bracket TYPE L t=1.6mm S.P.C.C 89*9*1.6T
311-ABS-00028
plastic knob LEVEL
306-ABS-00004
REAR PLASTIC CABINET 268*213*102 A B S UL
335-NYL-00002
strain relief bushing 4K-4 NO-BB
176-wjcel
lose-end connect CE-1
333-EVA-00096
EVA gasket 213*15*2mm
333-EVA-00097
EVA gasket 213*15*1mm
333-EVA-00132
EVA gasket 238*15*2mm
333-EVA-00133
EVA gasket 238*15*1mm
333-EVA-00220
EVA gasket 225*15*1mm
333-EVA-00188
EVA gasket 170*5*1mm
193-201815t2
insulator
352-HM03012D086 round washer head ping B screw with black zinc ¢3*12
317-000-00037
earthing terminal 0.3t
323-AL-00056
natured heat sink 83.5*50.5*27.5
333-EVA-00219
EVA gasket 150*15*1
351-AM03008A078 pan head machine screw with nickel M3*8
302-AL-00020-2LAErear pnl css10 silver 270*215*2.5mm (ROHS)
351-AM02006A384 pan head machine screw with nickel M2.0*6
162-a040d00-e
speaker line #1015 400mm(ROHS)
14
T501
Power Cord
F501
for F501
SW501
for LEVEL control
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