Boss Audio Systems 639 UA Service manual

MZ-N505
SERVICE MANUAL
US Model
Canadian Model
AEP Model
UK Model
Ver 1.0 2002. 01
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
Laboratories.
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Model Name Using Similar Mechanism
MZ-N707
Mechanism Type
MT-MZN707-177
Optical Pick-up Name
LCX-5R
SPECIFICATIONS
MD Recorder
Audio playing system
MiniDisc digital audio system
Laser diode properties
Material: GaAlAs MQW
Wavelength: λ = 790 nm
Emission duration: continuous
Laser output: less than 44.6 µW
(This output is the value measured at a distance
of 200 mm from the lens surface on the optical
pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.)
Recording and playback time
When using MDW-80
Maximum 160 min. in monaural
Maximum 320 min. in stereo
Revolutions
Approx. 380 rpm to 2,700 rpm (CLV)
Error correction
ACIRC (Advanced Cross Interleave Reed
Solomon Code)
Sampling frequency
44.1 kHz
Sampling rate converter
Input: 32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz
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PORTABLE MINIDISC RECORDER
9-873-459-01
Sony Corporation
2002A0500-1
C 2002.1
Personal Audio Company
Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
MZ-N505
Coding
ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic
Coding)
AT RAC3 — LP2/LP4
Battery life 1)
When recording 2)
Modulation system
EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation)
Number of channels
2 stereo channels
1 monaural channel
Frequency response
20 to 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Wow and Flutter
Below measurable limit
Inputs
Line in: stereo mini-jack, minimum input level
49 mV
Optical (Digital) in: optical (digital) mini-jack
Outputs
i: stereo mini-jack, maximum output level
5 mW + 5 mW, load impedance 16 ohm (except US model)
5 mW + 5 mW, load impedance 24 ohm (US model only)
General
Power requirements
Sony AC Power Adaptor (supplied) connected
at the DC IN 3 V jack (country model in
parentheses):
120 V AC, 60 Hz (USA, Canada)
230 V AC, 50/60 Hz (Continental Europe)
230 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz (UK)
Nickel Cadmium rechargeable battery NCWMAA (supplied)
LR6 (size AA) alkaline battery (not supplied)
Dimensions
Approx. 81 × 27.9 × 74.4 mm (w/h/d) (31/4 ×
11/8 × 3 in.) without projections.
Mass
Approx. 104 g (3.7 oz) the recorder only
Supplied accessories
NC-WMAA Nickel Cadmium rechargeable battery
(European model only) (1)
AC power adaptor (1)
Headphones/earphones with a remote control (1)
Optical cable (European model only) (1)
USB cable (1)
Battery carrying case (1)
Carrying case with a belt clip (European model only) (1)
CD-ROM (1)*
Minidisc (blank) (US and Canadian models only) (1)
∗ Do not play a CD-ROM on an audio CD player.
Batteries
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA3))
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery4)
4
6
7.5
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery5)
9
13
16
1) The battery life may be shorter due to operating
conditions, the temperature of the location, and
varieties of batteries.
2) When you record, use a fully charged
rechargeable battery. Recording time may
differ according to the alkaline batteries.
3) Measured in accordance with the JEITA (Japan
Electronics and Information Technology
Industries Association) standard.
4) When using a 100% fully charged rechargeable
battery.
5) When using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA ”
alkaline dry battery (produced in Japan).
When playing
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA1))
Batteries
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
15
16
20
42
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery3)
48
56
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery2)
1) Measured
in accordance with the JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information
Technology Industries Association) standard.
2) When using a 100% fully charged
rechargeable battery.
3) When using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA ”
alkaline dry battery (produced in Japan).
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
2
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED
LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE
OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0
SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE
DES PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ
DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES
NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU
DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.
MZ-N505
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
On power sources
• Use house current, Nickel Cadmium
rechargeable battery, LR6 (size AA) battery,
or car battery.
• For use in your house: Use the AC power
adaptor supplied with this recorder. Do not
use any other AC power adaptor since it may
cause the recorder to malfunction.
Polarity of the
plug
Notes on chip component replacement
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat.
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
• Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 ˚C during repairing.
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
or unsoldering.
UNLEADED SOLDER
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
the lead free mark due to their particular size)
: LEAD FREE MARK
Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 ˚C higher than
ordinary solder.
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
about 350 ˚C .
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the
heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
• Strong viscosity
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than
ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur
such as on IC pins, etc.
• Usable with ordinary solder
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
also be added to ordinary solder.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
SERVICING NOTES ............................................... 4
2.
GENERAL ................................................................... 5
3.
DISASSEMBLY
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
3-6.
3-7.
3-8.
3-9.
3-10.
3-11.
Disassembly Flow ...........................................................
Case (Lower) ...................................................................
Case (Upper) Section ......................................................
LCD Module, Case (Upper) Sub Assy ...........................
Mechanism Deck (MT-MZN707-177) ...........................
Set Chassis (5188) Assy ..................................................
MAIN Board ...................................................................
OP Service Assy (LCX-5R) ............................................
Holder Assy .....................................................................
DC Motor (Sled) (M602) ................................................
DC SSM18B Motor (Spindle) (M601),
DC Motor (Over Write Head Up/Down) (M603) ..........
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
11
11
12
4.
TEST MODE .............................................................. 13
5.
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ......................... 19
6.
DIAGRAMS
6-1. Block Diagram – SERVO/USB Section – ......................
6-2. Block Diagram – AUDIO Section – ...............................
6-3. Block Diagram – DISPLAY/KEY CONTROL/
POWER SUPPLY Section – ...........................................
6-4. Note for Printed Wiring Board and
Schematic Diagrams .......................................................
6-5. Printed Wiring Board
– MAIN Board (Component Side) – .............................
6-6. Printed Wiring Board
– MAIN Board (Conductor Side) – ...............................
6-7. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Board (1/4) – ..................
6-8. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Board (2/4) – ..................
6-9. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Board (3/4) – ..................
6-10. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Board (4/4) – ..................
6-11. IC Pin Function Description ...........................................
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33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
48
7.
EXPLODED VIEWS
7-1.
7-2.
7-3.
7-4.
7-5.
Case Section ....................................................................
Chassis Section ...............................................................
MAIN Board Section ......................................................
Mechanism Deck Section-1 (MT-MZN707-177) ...........
Mechanism Deck Section-2 (MT-MZN707-177) ...........
8.
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ............................... 60
55
56
57
58
59
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MZ-N505
SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
• Replacement of CXD2677-202GA (IC801) used in this set requires a special tool.
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic break-down because of the potential difference generated
by the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human
body.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts.
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care.
• The shipment data will be cleared when the NV is reset. Therefore, change the NV adjusted values following the Change of
NV Adjusted Values immediately after the NV was reset. (See
page 19)
• This set requires the patch data in the nonvolatile memory
(IC804) to be rewritten using the application, when the MAIN
board or nonvolatile memory (IC804) was replaced. (See page
29)
System requirements
NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK
Never look into the laser diode emission from right above when
checking it for adjustment. It is feared that you will lose your sight.
• IBM PC/AT or Compatible (The software does not run on Macintosh.)
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK
(LCX-5R)
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic break-down easily. When handling it, perform soldering
bridge to the laser-tap on the flexible board. Also perform measures against electrostatic break-down sufficiently before the operation. The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled
with care.
•
•
•
•
laser-tap
•
CPU: MMX™ Pentium® 233 MHz or higher (Pentium ® II 400 MHz or higher is
recommended.)
Hard disk drive space: 60 MB or more (The amount of necessary space depends on
the version of the Windows OS or the size of your audio files.)
RAM: 64 MB or higher (128 MB or higher is recommended for Windows ® XP Home
Edition/Windows ® XP Professional.)
CD-ROM drive (capable of digitalplayback by WDM)
Sound Board
USB port (supports USB 2.0 Full Speed (previously USB 1.1))
Operating System: Windows® 98/Windows® 98 Second Edition/Windows® 2000
Professional/Windows ® Me/Windows® XP Home Edition/Windows® XP
Professional (manufacturer installed)
The NTFS format of Windows® 2000 Professional, Windows® XP Home Edition, or
Windows ® XP Professional (manufacturer-installed) is supported only when used
withthe standard (factory) settings.
This software is not supported by the following environments.
– Windows ® 95, Windows® NT, or other versions of Windows ® NT (such as Server)
– An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed
operating system, as in the followingexamples:
Windows ® 3.1/Windows® 95 t Windows® 98 (or Windows® 98 Second Edition/
Windows ® Me)
Windows ® Me/Windows® 2000 Professionalt Windows ® XP
– Multi-bootenvironment withWindows ® 2000 (or Windows® XP) and Windows®
98 (or Windows ® 98 Second Edition/
Windows ® Me)
Display: High (16bit) Color or more (800 × 480 dot or more)
Internet access: for Web registration and EMD services
Internet access: for sfortware upgrades and CDDB2 use. (US and Canadian models)
Windows Media Player (version 7.0 or higher) installed for playing WMAfiles.
Notes
OPTICAL PICK-UP FLEXIBLE BOARD
• In performing the repair with the power supplied to the set, removing the MAIN board causes the set to be disabled.
In such a case, fix a convex part of the open/close detect switch
(S806 on MAIN board) with a tape in advance.
Handle the FLEXIBLE board (overwrite head) with care, as it
has been soldered directly to the MAIN board.
In repairing the component side of MAIN board, connect the
FLEXIBLE board (overwrite head) and the MAIN board with
the lead wires in advance.
• Trouble-free operation is not assured withina multiple-monitorenvironment.
• We do not assure trouble-free operation for all computers satisfying the system requirements.
• Trouble-free operation is not guaranteed followingthe self-conducted upgrade of home-built
PCs or operating systems.
• We do not assure trouble-free operation of the system suspend, sleep, or hibernation function on
all computers.
• For details, refer to “Net MD Help ” of the online help.
Note
The optical digitaloutput connector (on computers provided withone) may be disabled
duringplayback for the protection of copyrights.
Notes on using OpenMG Jukebox with Windows
2000/Windows XP
If your computer is Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, or
Windows XP Professional, please be aware of the following before instaling OpenMG
Jukebox.
1 With Windows 2000 Professional, you must log on as “Administrators” (or with the
user name “Administrator”) to install OpenMG Jukebox.
FLEXIBLE board
(over write head)
2 With Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional, you must log on
with user name “Computer Administrator” to install OpenMG Jubebox. To check
whether a user name has the attribute of “Computer Administrator” or not, go to
[Control Panel] - [User Account].
case (upper)
If Windows XP/Windows Me is installed in your computer, and you perform the
“System Restore” function of the Windows “System Tools,” the songs managed by
OpenMG Jukebox may become corrupted and rendered unplayable.
Therefore, before executing “System Restore,” back up the songs using “OpenMG
Jukebox Backup Tool” first.
Then, after the “System Restore” function is finished, restore the songs using
“OpenMG Jukebox Backup Tool” to ensure the integrity and reliability of song
playback.
For more information about backup, refer to the online Help for OpenMG Jukebox.
tape
S806
Notes on using OpenMG Jukebox with Windows XP/
Windows Me
MAIN board
Note
When songs become unplayable by executing “System Restore,” an error dialog box may be
displayed. In this case, follow the displayed messages.
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SECTION 2
GENERAL
Lookingat the controls
This section is extracted from
instruction manual.
The display window of the recorder
A
B
C DE
LP2.4
The recorder
F
G
H
Digital MEGA BASS
6
1
CHARGE
7
8
2
3
I
9
q;
A MONO (monaural) indication
5
D Disc indication
G Display window
B END SEARCH button
H GROUP/CANCEL button
C X (pause) button
I T MARK/REC button
D DC IN 3V jack
J HOLD switch
E VOL +/– button
K USB connecting jack
The VOL + button has a tactile dot.
The N button has a tactile dot.
./> (search/AMS) button
x (stop)/CHARGE button
L
L Battery compartment
M LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack
N MENU/ENTER button
O i (headphones/earphones) jack
10
Shows that the disc is rotating for
recording, playing or editing an MD.
E Level meter
Shows the volume of the MD being
played or recorded.
F REC REMAIN/REMAIN (remaining
time/tracks) indication
Lights up along with the remaining
time of the track, the remaining time
of the MD, or the remaining number
of tracks.
G SYNC (synchro-recording) indication
M
N
H REC indication
C Mega bass indication
A OPEN button
F N (play) button
K
B LP mode indication
qa
qs
qd
qf
qg
4
J
I
J
K
L
M
N
Lights up while recording. When
flashing, the recorder is in record
standby mode.
Battery indication
Shows approximate battery condition.
Time display
Disc name/track name indication
Lights up when labeling a disc or a
track.
Group indication
Lights up when group mode is on.
Character information display
Displays the disc and track names,
error messages, track numbers, etc.
Play mode indication
Shows play mode of the MD.
11
The headphones/earphoneswith a remote control
F
A
B
C
D
E
A ./>/N (search/AMS/play) •
B
C
D
E
>/. button
x (stop) • ENTER button
X (pause) • CAPS button
EDIT button
VOL +/– button
G
H
I
F Headphones/earphones
Can be replaced with optional
headphones/earphones.
G HOLD switch
Slide to lock the controls of the
remote control.
H T MARK button
I DELETE button
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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
3-1.
DISASSEMBLY FLOW
SET
3-2. CASE (LOWER)
(Page 7)
3-3. CASE (UPPER) SECTION
(Page 7)
3-4. LCD MODULE,
CASE (UPPER) SUB ASSY
(Page 8)
3-6. SET CHASSIS (5188) ASSY
(Page 9)
3-7. MAIN BOARD
(Page 9)
6
3-5. MECHANISM DECK
(MT-MZN707-177)
(Page 8)
3-8. OP SERVICE ASSY
(LCX-5R)
(Page 10)
3-9. HOLDER ASSY
(Page 11)
3-10. DC MOTOR
(SLED) (M602)
(Page 11)
3-11. DC SSM18B MOTOR
(SPINDLE) (M601),
DC MOTOR (OVER
WRITE HEAD UP/DOWN)
(M603)
(Page 12)
MZ-N505
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
3-2.
CASE (LOWER)
1 two screws
(M1.4)
1 two screws
(M1.4)
2 Remove the case (lower)
in the direction of the arrow.
3-3.
CASE (UPPER) SECTION
6 case (upper) section
1 flexible board
(CN801)
Set chassis
(5188) assy
5 boss
3 two screws
(M1.4)
case (upper)
torsion spring (p up-L)
4 torsion spring
(pop up-L)
2 Slide the open slider in the direction of the arrow,
and open the case (upper) section.
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3-4.
LCD MODULE, CASE (UPPER) SUB ASSY
1 four screws
(1.7 × 2.5)
2 LCD module
Note: On installation, adjust
the position of both switch
and knob (hold).
switch
3 button (control)
4 case (upper) sub assy
knob (hold)
3-5.
MECHANISM DECK (MT-MZN707-177)
3 step screw (MD)
6 mechanism deck
(MT-MZN707-177)
5 flexible board (optical pick-up)
(CN501)
4
2 flexible board (motor)
(CN502)
1 Remove two solders of the
flexible board (over write head).
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3-6.
SET CHASSIS (5188) ASSY
2 two screws
(1.7 × 2.5)
3 set chassis (5188) assy
1 four screws
(M1.4 × 2)
3-7.
MAIN BOARD
3 battery case
4 main board
1 battery terminal board (+)
2 battery terminal (–)
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3-8.
OP SERVICE ASSY (LCX-5R)
2 gear (SA)
5 screw (M1.4)
1 washer (0.8-2.5)
6 thrust detent spring
3 screw (M1.4)
8 Pull off lead screw.
4 rack spring
7
9 Opening the over write head
toward the direction A, remove the OP service assy
(LCX-5R) toward the direction B.
B
Note: Do not open the entire assy forcibly,
when opening the over write head.
OP service assy (LCX-5R)
A
over write head section
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3-9.
HOLDER ASSY
4 holder assy
2 Open the holder assy
3 boss
1 convex portion
3 boss
3-10. DC MOTOR (SLED) (M602)
2 washer (0.8-2.5)
3 gear (SA)
4 two screws (M1.4)
1 Remove six solders
of the motor flexible board.
5 DC motor (sled) (M602)
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3-11. DC SSM18B MOTOR (SPINDLE) (M601), DC MOTOR (OVER WRITE HEAD UP/DOWN) (M603)
1 Remove six solders of the
motor flexible board.
2 tapping screw
3 motor cover
7 DC motor (over write head up/down)
(M603)
Note: Press-fit the gear (HA) up to the position of
the DC motor (over write head up/down)
(M603) as shown below.
8 three tapping screws
6 gear (HA)
gear (HA)
3.15 mm
4 gear (HB)
DC motor
(over write head up/down)
(M603)
5 gear (HC)
9 DC SSM18B motor
(spindle) (M601)
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SECTION 4
TEST MODE
OUTLINE
OPERATION IN SETTING THE TEST MODE
• This set provides the Overall adjustment mode that allows CD
and MO discs to be automatically adjusted when in the test mode.
In this overall adjustment mode, the disc is discriminate between
CD and MO, and each adjustment is automatically executed in
order. If a fault is found, the system displays its location. Also,
the manual mode allows each individual adjustment to be automatically adjusted.
• Operation in the test mode is performed with the set. A key
having no particular description in the text, indicates a set key.
• When the test mode becomes active, first the display check mode
is selected.
• Other mode can be selected from the display check mode.
• When the test mode is set, the LCD repeats the following display.
SETTING METHOD OF TEST MODE
There are three different methods to set the test mode:
1 Short SL801 (TEST) on the MAIN board with a solder bridge
(connect pin <zvn of IC801 to the ground). Then, turn on the power.
Set LCD display
All lit
– MAIN Board (Conductor Side) –
All off
Microcomputer
version
display
V1.100
• When the X key is pressed and hold down, the display at that
time is held so that display can be checked.
RELEASING THE TEST MODE
For test mode set with the method 1:
Turn off the power and open the solder bridge on SL801 (TEST)
on the MAIN board.
Note: Remove the solders completely. Remaining could be shorted with
the chassis, etc.
SL801
(TEST)
C816
R822
C814
R857
C817
R825 R824
R858
R817 R821
R823
SL801
(TEST)
R827
96 194 190 186 182 187 189 193
98 192 209 184 183 185 191 197 195
203 199
180 178
17 211 215 207 173 175
176 174
04 213 188 181 179 171
172 170
177 169
C625
+ C809
C821
+
C822
C815
+
For test mode set with the method 2 or 3:
Turn off the power.
FB801
C839
2 In the normal mode, turn on the [HOLD] switch. While pressing the [VOL --] key press the following order:
> t > t . t . t > t
. t > t . t X t X
3 In the normal mode, turn on the [HOLD] switch. While
pressing the x key, press the keys on the remote commander with the following order:
> t > t . t . t > t . t
> t . t X t X
Note: If electrical adjustment (CD and MO overall adjustment) has not
been finished completely, “NV Error” is displayed on LCDs of the
set and the remote commander.
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CONFIGURATION OF TEST MODE
[Test Mode $Display Check Mode%]
Press the > or [VOL +] key
[Manual Mode]
Press the x key
[Servo Adjustment]
[Audio Adjustment]
[Power Supply Adjustment]
[OP Alignment Adjustment]
Press the . or [VOL --] key
[Overall Adjustment Mode]
Press the x key
[Electrical Offset Adjustment]
Power Supply Adjustment
Auto Item Feed
CD Overall Adjustment/
MO Overall Adjustment
Press the [MENU/ENTER] key
[Self-Diagnosis Result Display Mode]
Press the x key
[VOL +] key: 100th place of item
[Major item switching]
number increase.
N key
[VOL --] key: 100th place of item
x key
number decrease.
[Medium item switching]
[VOL +] key: 10th place of item
number increase.
N key
x key
[Minor item switching]
[VOL --] key: 10th place of item
number decrease.
> key: Unit place of item number
increase.
. key: Unit place of item number
decrease.
[Adjusted value variation]
[VOL +] key: Increases the adjusted
value of the 1st digit
[VOL --] key: Decreases the adjusted
value of the 1st digit
Press the N or N and [T MARK/REC] keys
[Sound Skip Check Result Display Mode]
Press the x key
X key: When adjusted value is
Press the [T MARK/REC] and X keys
[Key Check Mode]
The key check quits, or open the upper panel
MANUAL MODE
Mode to adjust or check the operation of the set by function.
Normally, the adjustment in this mode is not executed.
However, the Manual mode is used to clear the memory, power
supply adjustment, and laser power check before performing
automatic adjustments in the Overall Adjustment mode.
• Transition Method in Manual Mode
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. Press the > or[VOL +] key activates the manual mode where
the LCD display as shown below.
Set LCD display
000
Manual
3. During each test, the optical pick-up moves outward or inward while the > or . key is pressed for several seconds respectively.
4. Each test item is assigned with a 3-digit item number;
100th place is a major item, 10th place is a medium item, and
unit place is a minor item.
The values adjusted in the test mode are written to the
nonvolatile memory (for the items where adjustment was
made).
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[Adjusted value write]
changed:
Adjusted value is written.
When adjusted value is
not changed:
That item is adjusted
automatically.
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5. The display changes a shown below each time the
[MENU/ENTER] key .
• Address & Adjusted Value Display
Set LCD display
OVERALL ADJUSTMENT MODE
Mode to adjust the servo automatically in all items.
Normally, automatic adjustment is executed in this mode at the
repair.
For further information, refer to “SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL
ADJUSTMENTS” (see page 19).
SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULT DISPLAY MODE
011
item number
C68S1B
address
adjusted value
• Jitter Value & Adjusted Value Display
Set LCD display
011
item number
0FEJ1B
jitter value adjusted value
• Block Error Value & Adjusted Value Display
Set LCD display
011
item number
063B1B
block error adjusted value
value
• ADIP Error Value & Adjusted Value Display
Set LCD display
011
item number
081A1B
Set LCD display
0XX
1 0000
history code
000F1B
Focus
adjusted value
drive value
• Item Title Display
Set LCD display
011
LrefPw
item number
item title
However in the power mode (item number 700’s), only the
item is displayed.
6. Quit the manual mode, and press the x key to return to the
test mode (display check mode).
Total recording time
when error occurred
3. Then, each time the > key is pressed, LCD display descends
by one as shown below. Also, the LCD display ascends by one
when the . key is pressed.
ADIP error adjusted value
value
Set LCD display
item number
• Self-Diagnosis Result Display Mode Setting Method
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. In the display check mode, [MENU/ENTER] key activates the
self-diagnosis result display mode where the LCD display as
shown below.
error display code
• Focus Drive Value & Adjusted Value Display
011
This set uses the self-diagnostic function system in which if an
error occurred during the recording or playing, the mechanism
control block and the power supply control block in the microcomputer detect it and record its cause as history in the nonvolatile memory.
By checking this history in the test mode, you can analyze a fault
and determine its location.
Total recording time is recorded as a guideline of how long the
optical pickup has been used, and by comparing it with the total
recording time at the time when an error occurred in the selfdiagnosis result display mode, you can determine when the error
occurred.
Clear both self-diagnosis history data and total recording time, if
the optical pickup was replaced.
1
0XX
1 ****
0XX
N ****
0XX
N1****
0XX
N2****
0XX
R_****
1
XX
: Error code
* * * * : Total recording time
If the [MENU/ENTER] key is pressed with this display, the LCD
switches to the simple display mode.
4. Quit the self-diagnosis result display mode, and press the x key
to return to the test mode (display check mode).
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• Description of Error Indication Codes
Problem
No error
Servo system error
TOC error
Power supply system error
Offset system error
Disc error
Indication code
Meaning of code
No error
01
Illegal access target
Adrs
address was specified
Attempt to access an abnormal address
No error
02
High temperature
Temp
High temperature detected
03
Focus error
Fcus
Disordered focus or can not read an address
04
Spindle error
Spdl
Abnormal rotation of disc
11
TOC error
TOC
Faulty TOC contents
12
Data reading error
Data
Data could not be read at SYNC
22
Low battery
LBat
Momentary interruption detected
31
Offset error
Ofst
Offset error
32
Focus error ABCD
offset error
ABCD
Focus error ABCD offset error
33
Tracking error
Offset error
TE
Tracking error Offset error
34
X1 tracking error
Offset error
X1TE
X1 tracking error Offset error
35
MD DATA 2
disc error
MD2
MD DATA 2 disc error
Description
1
The first error
N
The last error
N1
One error before the last.
N2
Two errors before the last.
R_
Total recording time
RESET THE ERROR DISPLAY CODE
After servicing, reset the error display code.
• Setting Method of Reset The Error Display Code
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. Press the [MENU/ENTER] key activates the self-diagnosis result display mode.
3. To reset the error display code, press the X key (twice) when
the code is displayed (except “R_****”).
(All the data on the 1, N, N1, and N2 will be reset)
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Description
00
• Description of Indication History
History code number
Simple display
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SOUND SKIP CHECK RESULT DISPLAY MODE
• Cause of Sound Skip Error
This set can display the count of errors that occurred during the
recording/playing for checking.
• Setting Method of Sound Skip Check Result Display
Mode
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. Press the N key or N and [T MARK/REC] keys, and the
playing or recording sound skip result display mode becomes
active respectively where the LCD displays the following.
Play
Record
Set LCD display
000
Cause of error
P**R**
Total count of play
system errors (hex.)
Total count of record
system errors (hex.)
3. When the N key is pressed, total error count is displayed on
the LCD, and each time the > key is pressed, the display
item moves down by one as shown below. Also, if the . key
is pressed, the display item moves up by one, then if the
N and [T MARK/REC] keys are pressed, the display in the
record mode appears.
When the N and [T MARK/REC] keys are pressed, total
error count is displayed on the LCD, and each time
the > key is pressed, the display item moves down by one
as shown below. Also, if the . key is pressed, the display
item moves up by one, then if the N key is pressed, the display in the play mode appears.
Playing sound skip
result display
Recording sound skip
result display
000 P**R**
000 P* * R * *
000 EIB **
000 BO v r * *
000 Stat**
000 Bf u l * *
000 Adrs**
000 Rt r y * *
000 BEmp**
000 ## # # # #
000 ######
P**R**: Total play/record errors (hex.)
**
: Counter of sound skip check each item (hex.)
######: 6-digit address where sound was skipped last (hex.)
Description of error
EIB
Sound error correction error
Stat
Decoder status error
Adrs
Address access error
BEmp
Buffer is empty
BOvr
Buffer is full, and sounds were
dumped
Bful
Buffer capacity becomes less,
and forcible writing occurred
Rtry
Retry times over
4. To quit the sound skip check result display mode and to return
to the test mode (display check mode), press the x key.
• Setting Method of Key Check Mode
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. Press the [T MARK/REC] and X keys on the remote commander
activates the key check mode. (At the last two digits, AD value of
remote commander key line is displayed in hexadecimal)
Remote commander LCD display
004
3. When each key on the set and on remote commander is pressed,
its name is displayed on the remote commander LCD. (The
operated position is displayed for 4 seconds after the slide
switch is operated. If any other key is pressed during this display, the remote commander LCD switches to its name display)
Example1: When the > key on the set is pressed:
Set LCD display
004
FF
Example2: When the > key on the remote commander is
pressed:
Set LCD display
004
rPLAY
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4. When all the keys on the set and on the remote commander are
considered as OK, the following displays are shown for 4 seconds.
Example1: When the keys on the set are considered as OK:
Set LCD display
888
SET OK
Example2: When the keys on the remote commander are considered as OK:
Set LCD display
888
RMC OK
5. When all keys were checked or if the upper panel is opened,
the key check mode quits and the test mode (display check
mode) comes back.
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SECTION 5
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
OUTLINE
NV RESET
• In this set, automatic adjustment of CD and MO can be performed by entering the test mode.
However, before starting automatic adjustment, the memory
clear, power supply adjustment, and laser power check must be
performed in the manual mode.
• A key having no particular description in the text, indicates a
set key.
Caution: The shipment data will be cleared when the NV is reset.
Therefore, change the NV adjusted values following the
Change of NV Adjusted Values immediately after the
NV was reset.
Change the NV adjustment values according to the microcomputer version.
PRECAUTIONS FOR ADJUSTMENT
1. Adjustment must be done in the test mode only.
After adjusting, release the test mode.
2. Use the following tools and measuring instruments.
• Test CD disc
TDYS-1
(Part No. : 4-963-646-01)
• SONY MO disc available on the market
• Digital voltmeter
• Laser power meter LPM-8001
(Part No. : J-2501-046-A)
• Thermometer (using the Temperature Correction)
3. Unless specified otherwise, supply DC 3V from the DC IN
3V jack (J601).
4. Switch position
HOLD switch ............................................... ON
Remote commander LCD display
021
Manual Mode
###SCC
###: Address
2. Press the X key.
Remote commander LCD display
021
ADJUSTMENT SEQUENCE

1. NV Reset (EEPROM clear)


r

2. Power Supply Manual Adjustment


r
3. Temperature Correction (item number: 015)

r


4. Laser Power Check

r

5. Electrical Offset Adjustment

Caution: This adjustment must be made with 

no disc loaded.

r


6. CD Overall Adjustment

r

7. MO Overall Adjustment

r


8. RESUME Clear
• Setting Method of NV Reset
1. Select the manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
021 (see page 14).
ResOK?
3. Press the X key once more.
Remote commander LCD display
Manual Mode
Manual Mode
021
Res***
NV reset (after several seconds)
Overall Mode
Manual Mode
Note: If the version of the microcomputer is 1.000 or later, “3. Temperature Correction” and “2. Power Supply Manual Adjustment” can
be performed continuously in reverse order with pressing the
[END SEARCH] key in the overall adjustment mode.
Remote commander LCD display
021
Reset!
4. Press the x key to quit the manual mode, and return the test
mode (display check mode).
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• Change of NV Adjusted Values (version 1.100)
Caution: Change the NV adjustment values according to the microcomputer version.
In this set, some adjusted values were set in the manual mode at
the shipment, but these will be cleared when the NV is reset.
Therefore, modify the NV adjusted values through the following
procedure immediately after the NV was reset.
1. Item numbers in which the NV adjusted values are to be modified
– Change ABCD gain [Hpit] initial value (item number 336)
Caution: The ABCD gain [Hpit] initial value must be
changed before the overall adjustment.
– Change BatFlg value (item number 741)
– Change NiRec0 to 4 values (item numbers 771 to 775)
– Change NiPb 1 to 4 values (item numbers 776 to 779, 781)
– Change CLV drive voltage limiter (item numbers 865, 866)
– Change x2 CLV speed gain, +6dB compared to conventional
(item numbers 867, 868)
– Change x2 CLV phase gain, +3dB compared to conventional
(item numbers 871, 872)
– Change x2/x1 switching temperature threshold value
(+10°C t +5°C) (item numbers 873, 874)
2. NV adjusted values modifying procedure
1) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
336 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
336
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
2) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
08.
3) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
4) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
741 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
741
AD **
**: Adjusted value
5) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
02.
6) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
7) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
771 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
771
AD **
**: Adjusted value
8) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
6E.
20
9) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
10) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
772 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
772
AD **
**: Adjusted value
11) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7C.
12) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
13) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
773 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
773
AD **
**: Adjusted value
14) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7D.
15) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
16) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
774 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
774
AD **
**: Adjusted value
17) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7F.
18) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
19) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
775 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
775
AD **
**: Adjusted value
20) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
81.
21) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
22) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
776 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
776
**: Adjusted value
AD **
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23) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
5B.
24) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
25) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
777 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
865
Set LCD display
777
37) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
865 (see page 14).
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
AD **
**: Adjusted value
26) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7B.
27) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
28) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
778 (see page 14).
38) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
2C.
39) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
40) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
866 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
Set LCD display
866
778
AD **
**: Adjusted value
29) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7D.
30) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
31) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
779 (see page 14).
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
41) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
B9.
42) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
43) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
867 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
Set LCD display
779
AD **
**: Adjusted value
32) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
7F.
33) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
34) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
781 (see page 14).
867
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
44) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
C9.
45) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
46) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
868 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
Set LCD display
781
AD **
**: Adjusted value
35) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
81.
36) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
868
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
47) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
80.
48) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
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49) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
871 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
871
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
50) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
CA.
51) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
52) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
872 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
872
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
1. Vc PWM Duty (L) adjustment (item number: 762)
r
2. Vc PWM Duty (H) adjustment (item number: 763)
r
3. Vl PWM Duty (L) adjustment (item number: 764)
r
4. Vl PWM Duty (H) adjustment (item number: 765)
r
5. Vrec PWM Duty (L) adjustment (item number: 766)
r
6. Vrec PWM Duty (H) adjustment (item number: 767)
• Setting Method of Power Supply Manual Adjustment
1. Make sure that the power supply voltage is 3V.
2. Select the manual mode of the test mode (see page 14).
3. Set item number.
• Adjustment Method of Vc PWM Duty (L)
(item number: 762)
762
AD **
**: Adjusted value
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the AP912 (VCO) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key (voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 2.40 ± 0.05 V.
Set LCD display
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
56) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
BB.
57) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
58) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
874 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
874
• Adjustment Sequence
Adjustment must be done with the following steps.
Set LCD display
53) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
2D.
54) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
55) Select manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
873 (see page 14).
873
POWER SUPPLY MANUAL ADJUSTMENT
digital
voltmeter
MAIN board
AP912 (VCO)
AP602 (GND)
2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
• Adjustment Method of Vc PWM Duty (H)
(item number: 763)
Set LCD display
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
59) Adjust with the [VOL +] key (adjusted value up) or [VOL --]
key (adjusted value down) so that the adjusted value becomes
05.
60) Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
763
AD **
**: Adjusted value
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the AP912 (VCO) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key
(voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 2.50 ± 0.05 V.
digital
voltmeter
MAIN board
AP912 (VCO)
AP602 (GND)
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2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
• Adjustment Method of Vl PWM Duty (L)
(item number: 764)
digital
voltmeter
MAIN board
TP (VREC)
AP602 (GND)
Set LCD display
764
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the TP (VREC) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key
(voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 1.13 ± 0.02 V.
AD **
**: Adjusted value
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the AP913 (VLO) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key
(voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 2.30 ± 0.01 V.
digital
voltmeter
2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
• Adjustment Method of Vrec PWM Duty (H)
(item number: 767)
Set LCD display
MAIN board
767
AP913 (VLO)
AP602 (GND)
AD **
**: Adjusted value
2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the TP (VREC) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key
(voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 1.65 to 1.75 V.
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
• Adjustment Method of Vl PWM Duty (H)
(item number: 765)
Set LCD display
digital
voltmeter
MAIN board
TP (VREC)
AP602 (GND)
2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
765
AD **
**: Adjusted value
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to the AP913 (VLO) on the MAIN
board, and adjust [VOL +] key (voltage up) or [VOL --] key
(voltage down) so that the voltage becomes 2.55 ± 0.01 V.
digital
voltmeter
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
TEMPERATURE COREECTION
• Adjustment Method of Temperature Correction
1. Select the manual mode of test mode, and set the item number
015 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
MAIN board
AP913 (VLO)
AP602 (GND)
015
2. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
Adjustment and Connection Location: MAIN board
(See page 25)
• Adjustment Method of Vrec PWM Duty (L)
(item number: 766)
Set LCD display
766
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
2. Measure the ambient temperature.
3. Adjust with [VOL +], [VOL --] key so that the adjusted value
(hexadecimal value) becomes the ambient temperature.
(Initial value: 19h = 25 °C, Adjusting range: 80h to 7fh (–128
°C to +127 °C)
4. Press the X key to write the adjusted value.
AD **
**: Adjusted value
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LASER POWER CHECK
• Connection
laser
power meter
Checking and Connection Location: MAIN board (See page 25)
Optical pick-up
objective lens
digital voltmeter
MAIN board
TP (+)
TP (–)
• Checking Method
1. Select the manual mode of test mode (see page 14), and set
the laser power adjusting mode (item number 010).
Set LCD display
010
Laser
2. Press the . key continuously until the optical pick-up
moves to the most inward track.
3. Open the cover and set the laser power meter on the objective
lens of the optical pick-up.
4. Press the N key, and set the laser MO read adjustment mode
(item number 011).
Set LCD display
011
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
5. Check that the laser power meter reading is 0.81 ± 0.08 mW.
6. Check that the voltage both ends (TP (+) and TP (–)) of resistor R521 at this time is below 44 mV.
7. Press the N key, and set the laser CD read adjustment mode
(item number 012).
Set LCD display
012
###S**
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
8. Check that the laser power meter reading is 0.97 ± 0.10 mW.
9. Check that the voltage both ends (TP (+) and TP (–)) of resistor R521 at this time is below 44 mV.
10. Press the N key, and set the laser MO write adjustment mode
(item number 013).
Set LCD display
013
###: Address
**: Adjusted value
24
11. Check that the laser power meter reading is 4.95 ± 0.50 mW.
12. Check that the voltage both ends (TP (+) and TP (–)) of resistor R521 at this time is below 80 mV.
13. Press the x key to quit the manual mode, and activate the
test mode (display check mode).
###S**
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Adjustment/checking and Connection Location:
– MAIN Board (Component Side) –
TP (−)
1
C803
Q501
C204
+
F801
R521
CN501
B
R522
C
R519
E
S806
(OPEN/CLOSE DETECT)
C104
+
C630
+
L904
L501
20
C904
C518
+
L502
L902
J302
R105
C316
C913
R853
+
906
L905
L901
TP (+)
– MAIN Board (Conductor Side) –
AP912 (VCO)
C527
C514
C516
IC501
C507
R517
R804
22
23
ECB
Q901
142 143
138 139
134 147
137 130
126 128
122 124
135 120
71 63 80 84 88 92 94 100 104 108 114 101115 141 109 105 103
69 61 82 86 90 95 98 102 106 110 112 116118 113 111 107
136 151
10
41
132 140
45
129 131
49
119 133
53 72 57 59 77 81 79 83 87 93 96 117 121 123
55 67 65 74 78 76 75 85 89 91 97 99 127 125
*
IC801
K
5
Q605
15
1
14
D606
8
C633
56
C609 +
4
1
A
R614
R612
IC601
R620
FB806
R843
R835
R834
C838
C802
R801
R613
C607
+ C632
Q604
D608
C603
8
+
5
R608
C618
C616
C619
A
28
R622
R624
R605
R604
R626
R906
C902 +
43
R606
R946
R948
C901 +
L602
29
1
4
K
42
1
+ C919
A
TP (VREC)
R826
C629
Q602
42
D901
C804
C613 C614
4
R621
43
R852
AP602
(GND)
C621
C911 +
C915
C917
R810
C622 +
C928
IC901
R864
L801
C639
E
C
R911
Q904
B
B1
E
B2
C926
C2
+
C924
56
C909
C826
C910
R927
1
Q801
C1
R907
R916
R921
R908
R920
C912
4
R615
39
15
43
14
47
44
51
48
54
52
58
62 66 70
64 68 73
C523
C914
K
R861 R836
C530
R505
C805
C515
24 +
2
22
20
42
46
50
56
60
C824
X802
C504
C506
9
859
C513
C529 +
C832 C833 R838 R
AP913 (VLO)
5
8
AP602 (GND)
25
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• Overall adjustment mode (title display)
OVERALL ADJUSTMENT MODE
• Configuration of Overall Adjustment Mode
Set LCD display
Overall adjustment mode . key
(Title display)
000
N key
Protect switch
ON
CD overall
adjusting
All item
OK
NG item exists
or x key
CD overall
adjustment
NG
x key
x key
Protect switch
OFF
> key
CD overall
adjustment
OK
MO overall
adjusting
NG item exists
or x key
x key
: (Disc mark) At end of power supply adjustment: Outside lit
At end of electrical offset adj.: Inside lit
** : Left side = MO overall adjustment information
F*: MO overall adjustment completed
1*: Manual adjustment exists (overall adj. not completed)
0*: Not adjusted
Right side = CD overall adjustment information
*F: CD overall adjustment completed
*1: Manual adjustment exists (overall adj. not completed)
*0: Not adjusted
Note: Adjust the CD first, when performing adjustment.
N key
MO overall
adjustment
NG
x key
Assy**
• Electrical offset adjusting method
Caution: The electrical offset adjustment must be made with no
disc loaded.
1. Make sure that the power supply voltage is 3 V.
2. Set the test mode (see page 13).
3. Press the . or [VOL --] key to activate the overall adjustment
mode.
Set LCD display
000
MO overall
adjustment
OK
Assy11
4. Press the [MENU/ENTER] key on the remote commander.
[MENU/ENTER] key
x key
[END SEARCH] key
x key
[Test mode $display check mode%]
Electrical
offset
adjustment
Temperature
correction
and
Power supply
adjustment
auto item feed
Set LCD display
035
Ofst**
5. Electrical offset adjustment is over, if the following display
appears.
Set LCD display
000
OfstOK
• Adjustment Method of CD and MO Overall Adjustment
Mode
1. Set the test mode (see page 13).
2. Press the . or [VOL --] key to activate the overall adjustment mode.
Set LCD display
000
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3. Insert CD disc in the set, and press thethe . key to set the
CD overall adjustment mode. Automatic adjustments are made.
• CD and MO Overall Adjustment Items
1. CD overall adjustment items
Item No.
Set LCD display
312
313
XXX
CD RUN
XXX: Item number for which an adjustment is being executed.
4. In case of CD overall adjustment NG, reset the NV (see page
19), then readjust from the temperature correction (see page
22).
Set LCD display
000
*** NG
CD electrical offset adjustment
314
321
CD tracking error gain adjustment
328
CD TWPP gain adjustment
324
332
336
CD tracking error offset adjustment
CD ABCD gain adjustment
344
CD focus gain adjustment
345
CD tracking gain adjustment
521
***: NG item number.
Description
522
CD two-axis sensitivity adjustment
2. MO overall adjustment items
5. If OK through the CD overall adjustments, then perform MO
overall adjustments.
Set LCD display
Item No.
112
113
114
Description
MO electrical offset adjustment
118
000
CD OK
221
224
232
6. Insert MO disc in the set, and press the > key to set the
MO overall adjustment mode. Automatic adjustments are
made.
Set LCD display
XXX
MO RUN
XXX: Item number for which an adjustment is being executed.
7. In case of MO overall adjustment NG, reset the NV (see page
19), then readjust from the temperature correction (see page
22).
Set LCD display.
000
*** NG
***: NG item number
8. If OK through the MO overall adjustments, press the x key
to return to the test mode and terminate the overall adjustment
mode.
Low reflective CD tracking error gain adjustment
Low reflective CD tracking error offset adjustment
236
Low reflective CD ABCD gain adjustment
244
Low reflective CD focus gain adjustment
245
Low reflective CD tracking gain adjustment
121
MO tracking error gain adjustment
122
MO TON offset adjustment
134
MO TWPP gain adjustment
131
132
136
MO triple speed read TWPP offset adjustment
MO ABCD gain adjustment
144
MO focus gain adjustment
145
MO tracking gain adjustment
138
MO RF gain adjustment
434
MO write TWPP gain adjustment
431
MO write TWPP offset adjustment
432
MO tracking error offset adjustment
436
MO write ABCD gain adjustment
445
MO write tracking gain adjustment
411
MO normal speed read TWPP offset adjustment
412
MO tracking error offset adjustment
448
20 sec full recording
Set LCD display
000
MO OK
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RESUME CLEAR
Perform the Resume clear when all adjustments completed.
• Resume Clear Setting Method
1. Select the manual mode of the test mode, and set item number
043 (see page 14).
Set LCD display
043
###S00
###: Address
2. Press the X key.
Set LCD display
043
Res**
Resume clear complete
043
ResClr
3. Press the x key to return to the test mode (display check
mode).
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REWRITING THE PATCH DATA AT REPLACEMENT OF MAIN BOARD OR NONVOLATILE MEMORY
(IC804)
This set requires the patch data in the nonvolatile memory (IC804) to be rewritten using the application, when the MAIN board or
nonvolatile memory (IC804) was replaced.
Caution: The application that meets the microcomputer version in this set must be used when rewriting the patch data. Rewriting the
patch data using the application not suitable for the microcomputer version could cause the set to malfunction.
For a checking method of the microcomputer version, see “SECTION 4 TEST MODE” (page 13).
• Preparation
1. USB cable (attached to the set)
2. Personal computer in which the Net MD Driver has been installed. (For further information, see “System requirements” (page 4) in
“SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES”)
3. Application “PatchWriter” for patch data rewriting
• How to Get the Application “PatchWriter” for Patch Data Rewriting
Contact our service technical support division to get the application.
• Pre-Check
1. Check the microcomputer version in this set. (For a checking method of the microcomputer version, see “SECTION 4 TEST MODE”
(page 13).)
2. Check that the Net MD Driver has been installed in the personal computer.
3. Make sure that the set is in the Normal mode.
Note: Do not rewrite the patch data in the Test mode.
• Rewriting the Patch Data
1. Connect the set to the personal computer with the USB cable.
2. Start the application “PatchWriter”.
3. Make sure that the following window opens.
4. Click the [Usb Connect] button.
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5. Confirm that the model and version indicated on the title bar coincide with the codes displayed in the Device Name block and the
Version block in the window.
6. Click the [Write + Verify] button.
The patch data writing and the verify processing will be executed automatically in the following order:
1) Writing to patch area (front area)
2) Writing to patch area (reverse area)
3) Verifying patch area (front area)
4) Verifying patch area (reverse area)
7. The operation will terminate with the a mark given to all areas.
If the × mark is given to any area, the nonvolatile memory will be faulty.
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8. Click the [Usb Disconnect] button.
9. Confirm that the window becomes as shown below where the [Write + Verify] button and [Read] button are inactive.
10. Disconnect the USB cable from the personal computer and the set.
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SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
BLOCK DIAGRAM – SERVO/USB Section –
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE
IC601 (1/2)
RF AMP, FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP
IC501
41
38
M
CLK
OUTA
OUTB
–
+
–
+
JX JY JX
–
+
A
–
+
B
–
+
C
–
+
D
–
+
8
9
10
11
12
14
5
6
IY
IX
JX
JY
A
B
C
D
A-C
13
D-C
7
18
PD-NI
RF OUT
PEAK
/BOTM
RF AMP,
FOCUS/
TRACKING
ERROR
AMP
163 RFI
29
28
169 PEAK
170 BOTM
41
171 ABCD
42
172 FE
1
ADIP IN 44
181 TE
PEAK
BOTM
ABCD
FE
TE
TPP/WPP
ADFG 21
APC
19
LD-A
AUTOMATIC
POWER
CONTROL
Q501
20
PD-O
XRST
25
S-MONITER
S0
S1
142 141 140
145 143
230
FCS+
FCS–
FCS–
ADDT
ADDT 195
AOUTL
AOUTL 155
W
(Page 33)
AOUTR
3 DATA+
UDP 134
UPUEN 135
UDM 133
75 XRF RST
UOSCI 137
FOCUS/TRACKING
COIL DRIVE,
SPINDLE/SLED
MOTOR DRIVE
IC551
27 SSB DATA
28 SSB CLK
180 SE
TRK+
TRK–
FO2
30
RO2
32
TRACKING
COIL DRIVE
FCS+
FCS–
FO1
13
RO1
11
FOCUS
COIL DRIVE
35
25
37
24
39
23
26
V
UOSCO 138
FI2
28
RI2
27
208 TFDR
207 TRDR
FI1
15
RI1
16
PWM2
44
209 FFDR
210 FRDR
UI2
UO2
CPUI2
VO2
CPVI2
WO2
CPWI2
COM2
SLED
MOTOR
DRIVE
8
18
6
19
VI2
WI2
CPUO2
45
CPVO2
46
CPWO2
47
SLD MON V
SLD MON W
PWM1
SLED VOLTAGE
MONITER
UI1
UO1
SPINDLE
MOTOR
DRIVE
VO1
CPVI1
V
WI1
CPWO1
52
32
43
84 SLD MON
219 SLDR
42
221 SLDV
41
222 SLDW
55
213 SPFD
56
76 SPDL MON
212 SPRD
1
214 SPDV
2
215 SPDW
SLCU 225
SLCV 226
SLCW 227
SPCU 216
SPCV 217
SPCW 218
SPINDLE
VOLTAGE MONITOR
32
VI1
53
54
BIAS
OE
48
2 DATA–
X802
48MHz
220 SFDR
CPUI1
WO1
4
CPWI1
20
COM1
17
U
W
C
234 MNT3
SLD MON U
M601
(SPINDLE)
AOUTL,
AOUTR
174 VC
108 VREF MON
U
M602
(SLED)
(Page 33)
206 APCREF
CLV MON V
FCS+
DIN1
DIN1 190
202 ADFG
(TRACKING)
TRK–
B
: USB CHECK OUT
TRK+
TRK–
(Page 33)
: REC (DIGITAL IN)
30
SYSTEM CONTROLLER,
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR,
16M BIT D-RAM
IC801 (1/3)
80 PD S0
81 PD S1
TRK+
A
: REC (ANALOG IN)
31
5 6
CPVO1
2-AXIS
DEVICE
(Page 34)
• SIGNAL PATH
1 2 3
SERIAL
INTERFACE
SBUS
23
SCK
24
S-MON
43
D
: PLAYBACK
OFTRK 26
VC 31
LD
(FOCUS)
C2L
VRECO
B+
AOUTR 156
PD-I
–
+
MON
33
C2H
CLV MON W
A BC D
JY
CHARGE
PUMP 2
CPUO1
JX
IX IY IX
25 VREF
–
+
IX
SYSTEM CONTROL (1/2)
37
VRECIN1
42
C1H
28
CHARGE
PUMP 1 C1L 27
CLV MON U
IY
CLK
4
VRECIN2
H-BRIDGE
PRE DRIVER
4 VREF
7
EFMO
M603
OVER WRITE
HEAD
UP/DOWN
EFM
EFM
PRE DRIVER
HA
RI
FI
33
HB
HD CON2
HD CON1
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK
(LCX-5R)
35
OVER WRITE
HEAD DRIVE
Q604, 605
SW
RECON
OE
HR601
OVER
WRITE
HEAD
MODE3
MODE2
MODE1
6-1.
74 XRST MTR DRV
SLD MON U
SLD MON V
SLD MON W
CLV MON U
CLV MON V
CLV MON W
CN701 (1/2)
(USB CONNECTOR)
MZ-N505
6-2.
BLOCK DIAGRAM – AUDIO Section –
OPTICAL
RECEIVER
VIF B+
(Page 32)
A
B+ SWITCH
Q302
DIN1
J301
LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
(LINE IN JACK)
A/D CONVERTER
IC301
LIN2
9
(Page 34)
E
13
14
15
CDTI
CCLK
CSN
RIN2
3
4
CLOCK
DIVIDER
CONTROL
REGISTER
I/F
BCLK
LRCK
SDO0
SCK0
GAIN
AMP
SDO0, SCK0
10 12
16
MCLK
B
SDTO
A/D
CONVERTER
&
HPF
PDN
(Page 32)
ADDT
AUDIO
I/F
CONTROL
11
J302
i
HEADPHONE AMP
IC302
AOUTL
22
AOUTR
21
IN L
OUT L
OUTB BEEP
IN R
OUT R
OUTA BEEP
18
58 37 36
49
69
BEEP
MUTE
MUTE
17
XOPT CTL
XJAC DET
OPT DET
93
XHP
STBY
F801
4
23
VC B+
VREF IN 13
+
RVDD
DTCK
KEY-R
RGND
REFERENCE
VOLTAGE
SWITCHING
Q301
RMC KEY
RMC DTCK 120
SYSTEM CONTROLLER,
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR,
16M BIT D-RAM
IC801 (2/3)
71
OSCO
FS256
HP/LINE
SWITCH
15
OSCI
XCS NV1
45 SI0
46 SO0
47 SCK0
198
SDO0
SCK0
SDI0
SDO0
SCK0
148
XPD ADC
147 XCS ADC
197 196
XBCK
LRCK
BEEP
MUTING
2
24
HP/L
AOUTL,
AOUTR
SDI0
C
150
151
X801
45.1584MHz
• SIGNAL PATH
4 3 2 1
: PLAYBACK
DO
DI
SK
XCS
(Page 32 )
: REC (ANALOG IN)
: REC (DIGITAL IN)
EEPROM
IC804
33
33
F
(Page 34)
MZ-N505
6-3.
BLOCK DIAGRAM – DISPLAY/KEY CONTROL/POWER SUPPLY Section –
(Page 33)
F
(Page 32)
D
RMC KEY
RMC KEY
FS4
CLK SEL
FFCLR
SLEEP
VLON
WK DET
REC KEY
HALF LOCK SW
CLK
7
4
56
52
54
55
1
2
3
5
53
116
211
64
89
88
85
113
114
115
S805
SYSTEM CONTROLLER,
DIGITAL SIGNAL
PROCESSOR,
16M BIT D-RAM
IC801 (3/3)
VL
RF AMP (501)
LASER APC CIRCUIT
B+
OPEN
L904
10
49
VB
HEADPHONE AMP (IC302),
MOTOR/COIL DRIVER (IC551)
B+
VRMC
XWK3
CLK
CLK SEL
FFCLR
SLEEP
VLON
XWK1
XWK2
XWK4
VAIFON
SYSTEM
CONTROL
POWER CONTROL
IC901
VLO
VREF
REGURATOR
(Page 33)
E
SDO0, SCK0
SD0
SDO0
SCK
RST
STB
CS
SCK0
102 LCD RST
68 LCD STB
67 XCS LCD
SUSPEND 131
D804
VIFFB
38
VIF
42
REC
35
22
VIF B+
NOISE
FILTER
VB B+
23
VC PWM 31
PAUSE
26
82 PAUSE KEY
NOISE
FILTER
27
XRST 104
46
47
SE1 KEY 1
VRECO
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE
(IC601) B+
109 SET KEY 1
110 SET KEY 2
SE1 KEY 2
77 XHOLD SW
HOLD
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
RF2
S806
OPEN/CLOSE
DETECT
39 OPEN CLOSE SW
XRST
STEP-UP
PRE DRIVER
&
PWM
RESET SIGNAL
GENERATOR
CRST
DTC1
VRECO1
10
VRECO2
15
16
19
NOISE
FILTER
VREC
20
51
SWITCH
INM1
RF1
DC/DC CONVERTER
D703, IC702, Q704
USBIFVDD 132
VBUS DET 111
SL801
(TEST)
146 XTEST
SYSTEM
CONTROL
(2/2)
VSTB
VC
6
SWITCHING
Q706
VOLTAGE
DETECT
Q703
VB B+
B+ SWITCH
Q903, 904
STEP-UP DOWN DW BT
22
PRE DRIVER
DW TP
&
21
PWM
VIO 8
VC2 26
VC 9
VG 36
BATTERY
CHARGER
&
REGULATOR
CHARGE
CONTROL
VOLTAGE
DETECTOR
IC902
SWITCHING
Q901, 902
L1 1
11
L1 2
14
RECHARGEABLE
BATTERY
NC-WMAA
1PC. 1.2V
OR
DRY BATTERY
SIZE "AA"
(IEC DESIGNATION LR6)
1PC. 1.5V
L601
B+ SWITCH
Q603
CHARGE
VIF B+
VC B+
VG B+
D603
CHARGE
CONTROL
Q602 (2/2)
RF2
49
INM2
48
INP2
47
RS
CHG SW
CHARGE
CONTROL
Q602 (1/2)
46
45
DCIN 50
B+ SWITCH
Q701
D901
L1
32
L1
28
VB B+
L701
L901
33
VB
43
BATM
44
DREG
56
GND SW 66
83 PROTECT
CHGMON CHARGE
MONITOR
GAIN
54
CHG
55
CHG GAIN 90
CHG 91
VB
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
POWER
CONTROL
IC601 (2/2)
HIDC MON 112
S803
PROTECT
DETECT
D903
36
34
VB 50
RF1
VREC PWM 29
VB MON 186
L905
45
INM1
VREC
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE
CIRCUIT B+
CHG MON 107
VC
VOUT
SWITCH
INM2
VOLTAGE
DETECTER
IC604
SWITCH & LCD MUDULE
VG
MOTOR/COIL
DRIVER (IC551)
B+
19
LG
18
VC
REGULATOR
– +
VIF B+
VG
VC2
VCO
L602
WAKE UP SWITCH
Q608
DVDD
L902
D904
VL PWM 30
RESET
SWITCH
Q801
SERIES
PASS
REGULATOR
L2
12
L2
16
VAFB
40
VA
41
VC
RF AMP (IC501),
MOTOR/COIL DRIVER (IC551),
REMOTE CONTROL CIRCUIT
B+
XWK1
STEP-UP
DC/DC
CONVERTER
VDFB
39
VD
44
VD
SYSTEM CONTROLLER (IC801)
B+
VIF
A/D CONVERTER (IC301),
SYSTEM CONTROLLER (IC801),
EEPROM (IC804)
B+
VA
A/D CONVERTER (IC301),
SYSTEM CONTROLLER (IC801)
B+
SWITCHING
REGURATOR
STEP-UP
PRE DRIVER
&
PWM
RF2
9
11
D902
BANDGAP
REFERENCE
DTC2
24
25 DTC1
VL
VL
VBUS
1
GND
5
CN701 (2/2)
(USB CONNECTOR)
VIF
B+
LINE
FILTER
T601
TH601
VA B+
J601
DC IN 3V
–
D701
USB
ON/OFF SWITCH
Q705
34
34
GROUND
LINE
SWITCHING
Q601
+
MZ-N505
6-4.
NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Note on Printed Wiring Board:
• X : parts extracted from the component side.
• Y : parts extracted from the conductor side.
•
: Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.)
Caution:
Pattern face side:
(Conductor Side)
Parts face side:
(Component Side)
Parts on the pattern face side seen from
the pattern face are indicated.
Parts on the parts face side seen from
the parts face are indicated.
• MAIN board is four-layer printed board.
However, the patterns of layers 2 and 3 have not been
included in this diagrams.
* Replacement of IC801 used in this set requires a special tool.
• Lead Layouts
Lead layout of conventional IC
surface
CSP (chip size package)
Note on Schematic Diagram:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: µµF
50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics
and tantalums.
• All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
specified.
•
% : indicates tolerance.
• C : panel designation.
Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line
with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
• A : B+ Line.
• Total current is measured with MD installed.
• Power voltage is dc 3 V and fed with regulated dc power
supply from DC IN 3 V jack (J601).
• Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground in
playback mode.
no mark : PLAYBACK
(
) : REC
〈〈
〉〉 : USB
: Impossible to measure
∗
• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ).
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• Signal path.
E : PLAYBACK
j : REC (ANALOG IN)
l : REC (DIGITAL IN)
F : USB CHECK OUT
* Replacement of IC801 used in this set requires a special tool.
• The voltage and waveform of CSP (chip size package)
cannot be measured, because its lead layout is different
form that of conventional IC.
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6-5.
PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MAIN Board (Component Side) –
• Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No.
D601
D603
D607
D803
D804
D904
1
2
3
:Uses unleaded solder.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Location
I-7
I-5
I-3
G-3
H-2
H-5
A
S805
OPEN
FB704
5
CN701
(1/2)
(USB CONNECTOR)
FB703
FB702
1
FB701
C
R317
MAIN BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE)
J301(1/2)
FB803
R808
R809
C810
14
C522
C818
C811
FB802
R815
FB804
R831
C801
C813
L554
29
15
C111
ECB
C521
C812
R814
C330
R302
L553
R316
5
R320
IC551
(CHASSIS)
Q302
L552
4
C830
E
8
IC804
L802
OPTICAL
RECEIVER
42
C823
1
C829
43
C211
56
1
C512
R847
LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
R830 R707
D
C828
R845
(CHASSIS)
R846
R705
R807
L551
28
1
C803
S806
(OPEN/CLOSE DETECT)
C630
+
C104
C904
20
L904
C518
L501
RVDD
+
TP (+)
+
L502
+
F801
R521
CN501
F
OPTICAL
PICK-UP BLOCK
(LCX-5R)
TP (−)
R522
B
R519
E
C
C204
Q501
DTCK
G
C913
L906
A
D904
IC604
3
+
C612
+
+
S
G
D
36
36
T601
R849
R601
Q601
C611
R917
R947
A
R850
C604
R915
D603
K
(CHASSIS)
R936
D601
R623
C624
R628
C634
A
R619
C920
C2
2
B1
E
B2 R625
A
Q608
C628
D607
K
1
C1
C605
R603
R609
R610
R607
R602
5
C206
L601
C606
4
R851
8
Q603
(CHASSIS)
I
R914
K
1
C608
RGND
D803
D804
H
+
L905
FB805
R863
K
C316
KEY-R
L901
K
A
R855
C825
R803
A
R840
K
R839
R802
R853
R832
J302 (1/2)
L902
R105
C615
D-9
F-7
I-6
H-3
I-5
R816
Q302
Q501
Q601
Q603
Q608
B
C834
D-5
H-5
D-4
R844
IC551
IC604
IC804
11
1-682-873-
(11)
MZ-N505
6-6.
PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MAIN Board (Conductor Side) –
1
2
3
:Uses unleaded solder.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
• Semiconductor
Location
11
MAIN BOARD (CONDUCTOR SIDE)
A
1
U
S803
PROTECT
DETECT
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
NC-WMAA
1PC. 1.2V
OR
DRY BATTERY
SIZE "AA"
(IEC DESIGNATION LR6)
1PC. 1.5V
CN701 (2/2)
USB
CONNECTOR
(SHIELD)
N
M602
(SLED)
W
V
B
M603
OVER WRITE
HEAD UP/DOWN
M
U
M601
(SPINDLE)
C
W
10
N
V
R704 C340 C321 C325
A
C625
R825 R824
C817
R823
C822
C821
+
+ C809
R817 R821
R858
C839
X801
X802
C819
R813
R841
R860 C840
R833
C519
C515
C516
C639
C804
R826
L602
8
R621
+
TP611
Q605
R620
15
1
14
D606
5
4
TP
(VREC)
1
A
8
C633
56
TP610
R614
IC601
C621
C607
C609 +
Q604
D608
5
C603
R605
R608
C622 +
R624
R612
+ C919
C619
R613
R622
+ C632
C616
K
28
A
29
43
R606
C618
1
4
K
42
1
FB806
R843
R835
R834
C838
R801
C802
R852
AP602
(GND)
C629
C911 +
4
Q602
R946
R604
R810
C613 C614
R948
C902 +
R864
L801
42
D901
B1
E
B2
AP912
(VCO)
R911
C928
43
C926
C924
E
C
C917
28
C901 +
R616
D602
I
C602
K
Q904
C915
TH601
A
C2
R927
R907
R921
R908
D903
R902
IC901
15
CN801
C909
B
A
FB801
R827
C820
C841
C503
C504
C530
R916
C912
R920
ECB
C903
+
1
C910
R906
C601
Q801
C1
56
K
C814
R857
C523
R626
C334
23
AP913
(VLO)
15
29
C805
R861
R804
C914
A
C921
C905
*
IC801
C824 R812
C514
K
C908
C922
R805
R859
C527
+
C306
+
C305
+
L301
IC501
14
C907
Q903
R903
1
C511
22
Q901
BCE
C627 R928
A
R517
R923
C806
C510
R505
ECB
C927
K
4
D902
3
R925
C906
R905
H
C916
A
D201
K
C506
A
K
C331
J302
(2/2)
C301
C335 +
D101
1
C918
C312
R309
2
R924
R922
+
C320
12
FB304
D301
7
IC902
R909
R941 R910
4
13
SL506
C509
C513
Q902
ECB
C106
3
5
C205
1
6
44
C502
C529 +
Q301
R918
R106
18
IC302
R206
G
19
1
R829
C507
R919
C105
24
1
R503
C531
C524 +
C315
C311
R502
R828
C508
C505
C314 +
R315
R104 R204
C203
R107 R207
R303
FB303
R203
F
C201
R201
FB302
R101
R103
R311
FB301
C103
C202
C101
C307
R306
C102
R205
C336
R501
9
C302
8
C501
SL505
R507
C815
236 233 229 239 223 220 216 212 208 205 200 196 194 190 186 182 187 189 193
238 234 232 235 231 222 218 214 210 206 202 198 192 209 184 183 185 191 197 195
240
203 199
180 178
17
244 242 3 230 237 243 227 226 221 217 211 215 207 173 175
176 174
23 18
5 228 1 241 225 224 219 204 213 188 181 179 171
4
12 19
7 9
172 170
177 169
168 166
201 167
40 16
8 11
24 36
165 163
245 6
162 164
21
35 28
161 159
160 158
153 155
27 25
154 156
38 26
150 152
149 157
30 29
33 31
146 148
37 34
13 32
144 145
142 143
136 151
10
2
39 41
138 139
132 140
22 15
43 45
134 147
20 14
129 131
47 49
137 130
42 44
119 133
51 53 72 57 59 77 81 79 83 87 93 96 117 121 123
126 128
46 48
122 124
54 55 67 65 74 78 76 75 85 89 91 97 99 127 125
50 52
135 120
56 58
60 62 66 70 71 63 80 84 88 92 94 100 104 108 114 101115 141 109 105 103
64 68 73 69 61 82 86 90 95 98 102 106 110 112 116118 113 111 107
C816
R822
C832 C833 R838 R806 C808 C807
C562
C559 C565
IC301
SL801
(TEST)
C564
R714
E
+
+
R552
C566
C567
C826
R304
C2
B1
E1
1
R560
E2
B2
C1
10
R562
R305
16
CN502
C557
R310
1
E
C702
R701
IC702
B
R551
R710
R553
C563
4
R561
3
Q704
C558
5
C703 R709
C
1
Q705 R712
R711
C631
C551 C561
D703
K
+
C704
R307
C326
BCE
Q706
C308
R212
R708
+
R211
R318
(LINE IN JACK)
S
C701
Q703
G
R112
C210
LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
R715 R706
A
BCE
K
D701
J301(2/2)
D
Q701
R703
R702
C110
5
8
1-682-873-
J
SWITCH
&
LCD MODULE
HR601
OVER WRITE
HEAD
J601
DC IN 3V
–
Location
D101
D201
D301
D602
D606
D608
D701
D703
D901
D902
D903
G-4
H-3
G-2
I-4
H-10
I-10
D-4
D-5
H-5
G-4
H-5
IC301
IC302
IC501
IC601
IC702
IC801
IC901
IC902
E-5
G-3
F-6
H-9
D-5
F-9
H-5
G-4
Q301
Q602
Q604
Q605
Q701
Q703
Q704
Q705
Q706
Q801
Q901
Q902
Q903
Q904
G-4
H-7
I-10
I-10
D-4
D-4
D-5
E-6
D-5
G-9
G-5
G-5
G-4
H-6
L701
D
R111
Ref. No.
+
37
37
11
(11)
MZ-N505
6-7.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Board (1/4) –
• See page 42 for Waveforms.
• See page 43 for IC Block Diagrams.
(1/4)
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
(Page 40)
A1
A2
A3
TP611
A4
HR601
OVER WRITE
A5
TP610
HEAD
TP
(VREC)
CN501
20P
TRK-
TRK-
Q604
HAT2051T
R507 C501
1k 100p
TRK+
TRK+
FCSFCS-
D2
S1
S2
Q604,605
R501
47k
FCS+
FCS+
D1
RF AMP,
OVER WRITE
FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP
AGND
IC501
SN761057ADBT
R503
470k
A1
VREF
HEAD DRIVE
A2
C508
0.1
ADIP
C
R502
220k
A3
D
C531
0.01
A4
Iy
SMON
C502
0.022
A5
Ix
A1
A2
A3
C503
2200p
A6
A4
WPP
FE
OFC-1
D
OFC-2
D-C
AVCC
Q605
HAT2050T
C509
2200p
Iy
PS
Ix
LP
Jx
EQ
Jy
AGND
C513 10p
C527 0.047
A7
C519
4700p
A8
PDS1
C518
4.7
SI
AVCC
C504
2200p
A9
A
RFOUT
A-C
CCSL2
C524
10
6.3V
R522 1
A10
R519
100k
D2
D1
D2
C632
10
6.3V
S1
S2
S1
S2
G1
G2
G1
G2
A6
RFI
(Page 39)
075
CIG
C507
0.022
CDN
BOTM
PD-NI
DGND
PD-I
PEAK
PEAK
A7
BOTM
A8
OFTRK
XRST
PD-O
XRST
ADFG
SCK
DVDD
SBUS
R609
1
1%
AP602
(GND)
C613
0.1
C616
0.1
C639
0.1
SCLK
Q501
2SA1577
R505
10k
0.5%
AUTOMATIC
C529
10
6.3V
C515
0.1
C516 0.1
VREF
C506
0.022
C530
2200p
TP R521 TP
(+)
1 (-)
D1
VMON
C514 0.022
TON-C
L502
10µH
Q603
TS8K1
B+ SWITCH
VC
B
C505 0.01
L501
10µH
C615
100p
ABCD
C
A6
A10
MON
D608
MA2YD17
C511 10p
A9
B
G2
ABCD
A5
A8
A
FE
SL506
G1
D606
MA2YD17
C510 10p
A7
Jy
S-MON
VREF
LD-K
Jx
REXT
-LPF
PDS0
S0
LD-A
C609
47
4V
C608
0.1
TE
SL505
-IN
TE
POWER
R517
1k
0.5%
A9
SDAT
CONTROL
C614
0.1
C523
1
AREF
ADIP
FB704
0
A10
VB
(USB CONNECTOR)
R701
1k
C2L
C2H
VG2
HB
HA
VC2
C1
C1
C2
C2
CHARGE
SWITCHING
VRECO2
L602
10µH
L1 2
Q602
DETECTOR
PGND1
DREG
R621
10k
VOLTAGE
Q706
UN9115
L1 1
VREC
PGND2
C704
47
10V
R610
22k
DTC
CHG
VRECO1
VOUT
EXT
C702
2200p
GAIN
CHG
VC
R710
2.2k
Q704
FMMT617
C621
0.01
INP1
VIO
C631
220
4V
R702
470k
INM1
GND
EFM
R706
100k
SVREF
FI
B+ SWITCH
R613
2.2k
CHGG
C634
0.1
VDD
CONTROL
C622
47
4V
R628
0
OR
DRY BATTERY
1000p
SIZE"AA"
(IEC DESIGNATION LR6)
R714
0
C624
10
6.3V
R607
220
Q601
SI2302DS
C625
1PC. 1.5V
A12
C629
100p
R612
470k
RF1
RI
Q701
KP151A12A2MR
G
I
GND
DW TP
CLK
R703 470k
S
C701 22 6.3V
SWITCH
O
CE
R712
4.7k
DW BT
IC601
XPC18A22AFCR2
RECON
DETECT
R715 47k
USB ON/OFF
IC604
XC61FS1YXXMR
R623
100k
R711
0
POWER CONTROL,
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE
CHGMON
OE
D701
MA729
GND
SW
IC702
XC6367A361MR
VOLTAGE
INM2
DCIN
B1
C703 R709
1000p 100
Q703
2SB1462J
CVREF
CHGM
E1
CONVERTER
-2
Q705
UMD12N
C628
0.01
VREF
INP2
RF2
R625
0
DC/DC
CONVERTER
-1
A11
C618
0.1
-1
Q608
XP1210
DC/DC
E2
D703,Q704
B2
-2
1PC. 1.2V
C1L
CHGSW
C607 R608 R622
220k 100k
100p
D703
MA2YD15
L701
22µH
R708
470k
NC-WMAA
R606
470
D603
MA2YD15
RS
R704
0
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
C1H
BATM
R707
4.7k
Q602
ZDT6718
GND
(SHIELD)
C619
0.1
UEN
R705
2.2k
ID
VG3
C606
100p
SWITCH
VG
Q608
WAKE UP
PGND3
UDP
OUTB
UDM
0
PGND2
0
FB703
VRECIN2
FB702
VBUS
DATADATA+
OUTA
0
PGND2
FB701
VRECIN1
CN701
5P
D601
MA2YD15
S
GROUND LINE
SWITCHING
C603
100
6.3V
R601
1M
C630
220
6.3V
L601
10µH
C604
0.01
(CHASSIS)
LINE FILTER
D602
MA2YD15
GSW
C601
0.01
R626
2.2
R620
10k
R605
1
C612
10
6.3V
R614
10k
VRP
R604
1
EFM
C605
1000p
HC1
R603
100k
T601
HMON
TH601
HC2
C602
0.1
DC IN 3V
D607
MA2YD15
C633
0.1
MODE1
R624
10
MODE2
R602
220k
MODE3
R619
0
J601
C611
10
6.3V
C627
0.1
C1
(Page 41)
The components identified by mark 0 or dotted
line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
38
38
Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont
critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que
par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
MZ-N505
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Board (2/4) –
• See page 42 for Waveform.
• See page 43 for IC Block Diagrams.
(2/4)
D1
A1
D2
VCP
VLP
A2
D3
A3
A4
D4
D5
R914
100
0.5%
0.5%
R948 100k
L552 0
L551 0
R906
0
FO2
WMF2
RO2
VMR2
PGND2
UO2
VMU2
VO2
SP
PGNDUV2
WO2
VMVW2
UI2
PGNDW2
WI2
VI2
R946
10k
0.5%
SCU
CPUO2
COM2
CPVO2
CPUI2
CPWO2
CPVI2
R910
10k
L901
100µH
D2
XMD
D1
OE
AP912
(VCO)
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE,
GND2
D5
SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVE
VG
CPWI1
IC551
SC111258FCR2
CMW
CPWO1
R941
22k
L906
NC
VC
10µH
CPWI2
GND1
C926
10
6.3V
D6
CPVI1
CMV
D7
CPVO1
CPUI1
CPUO1
COM1
PWM1
RI1
CMU
D8
CP
A9
R911
470
XRST
C917
0.1
NC
L1
VD
RF1
VC2
INM1
XRST
DTC1
CRST
DTC2
C6
C5
C4
RSTREF
L554
0
L553
0
C512
0.1
VREF
CCW
CCV
C921 0.1
C928
0.1
R905
2.2k
(Page 40)
C922
1000p
VDRF
IC901
XPC18A32FCR2
GND
CSEL
C908 0.1
INM2
POWER CONTROL
VB
FCS+
C905
0.1
RF2
A10
FCS-
R903
2.2k
C906 0.01
C915
0.1
C521
0.1
R902
470k
PGND1
PGND1
L1
NC
VC
VCOUT
VC
VCO
GND
VIFFB
VA
VDFB
VIF
VMF1
C911
10
6.3V
VAFB
FI1
FO1
PGND1
RO1
VMU1
VMR1
FF1
UO1
VO1
PGNDUV1
WO1
PGNDW1
VI1
WI1
UI1
VMVW1
FR1
CCU
A8
R909
10k
D901
MA2YD15
D3
A6
C551
0.1
R947
1k
0.5%
C902
10
6.3V
D4
SMW
A7
C920
10 6.3V
TR1
RI2
SMV
(Page 38)
C901
10
6.3V
R915
2.2k
0.5%
TF1
SMU
C561
0.1
D7
C919
10 6.3V
FI2
PWM2
0.5%
D6
C522
0.1
R917 4.7k
SCV
R936 22k
TRK-
C1
C2
C3
SCW
D904
MA111-TX
TRK+
A5
VGFB
CLKSEL
VG
VAIFON
LG
FF
FFCLR
PGND2
PGND2
L2
VL
VLO
VL
VRMC
GND
XWK3
VLON
XWK2
Q904
2SA1745
A12
XWK4
NC
VSTB
L2
CLK
XWK1
SLEEP
D903
MA729
PGND2
SL
A11
C907
2.2
L905
100µH
C924
1000p
R927
1M
V
C1
C557
0.047
SLEDU
C558
0.047
C559
0.047
C2
VOLTAGE
R925
220k
DETECTOR
IC902
XC61CN0802NR
SLEDV
C3
HD DRVHD DRV+
C4
CLVW
C5
CLVV
R551 10k
D5
R552 10k
D6
R553 10k
D7
U
CLVU
D8
N
C567 0.01
C566 0.01
C564 0.022
C565 0.01
C562 0.022
V
R918
10k
0.5%
Q901,902
C916
1
R920
10k
0.5%
D902
MA2YD15
C904
22
6.3V
Q902
2SD2216J-R
Q901
2SD2216J-R
R919
47k
0.5%
CLVN
10
W
R908 100k
R923
220k
C6
L902
22µH
L904
10µH
R916 220k
R924
220k
OVER WRITE
HEAD UP/DOWN
Q903
2SD2216J-R
C927
0.1
SLEDW
M603
C914
0.1
R907 1M
R921 470k
HALF
D4
SLEDN
W
WDET
D3
RECK
R562 2.2k
CN502
10P
1
R922
22k
Q903,904
B+ SWITCH
R928
100k
VLON
D2
NC
N
R561 2.2k
GND
U
D1
VDD
(SLED)
R560 2.2k
OUT
M602
C563 0.022
6-8.
C909
1000p
C910
1000p
ZZ3
ZZ2
C912
1000p
C913
4700p
C903
100
6.3V
C918
2.2
ZZ1
D8
SWITCHING
M601
(SPINDLE)
D9
D10
AP913
(VLO)
D11
39
39
MZ-N505
6-9.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Board (3/4) –
• See page 42 for Waveforms.
(3/4)
DIN1
XPD
XCS
B1
B2
UEN
UDP
UDM
MODE1
HC1
MODE3
HC2
B2
B1
RFI
PEAK
FE
C839
1000p
MODE2
B5
BOTM
D4
R846 22
C838
4.7
R832
470k
C834
0.01
R843 0
R838 470
R845 22
R844 0
X802 48MHz C832 10p
C833
10p
SL801 (TEST)
C807 10p
R806 470
R827 0
X801 45.1584MHz
C811 1
R809 100k
C814
470p
C810
D3
C808
10p
R817 100k
D2
R822 1k
C816 0.1
D1
FB806
0
FB801
0
1
R821
220k
R823
220
R814 10
C815
47 6.3V
R857
1k
R824
2.2k
R825
2.2M
C809
22
6.3V
C828 1 C829 1
1
C817
R858
1M
C812
0.01
C813
0.47
R807 10
R808 10k
(Page
38)
ABCD
TE
B4
VMON
SMON
B3
D804
MA729
R852
68k
0.5%
R839
1M
R834
100k
0.5%
D5
E1
ADDT
D6
0
XBCK
R816 0
FB803
0
FS256
R831 0
FB804
0
MITY
UDM
SUSPEND
USBIFVDD
UDP
UPUEN
UOSCI
UOSCO
TAN
XBCK
TAT
FS256
NC
ADIP
DVSS3
TSLVDD
DVDD3
RMC DTCK
ADFG
AREF
C841
4700p
C820
0.01
R829
4.7k C840
0.5% 0.01
C819
0.022
R828
2.2k
0.5%
R835
470k
0.5%
NC
NC
C801 0.1
L801
0
IDO
NAR
LRCK
TSMVDD
NC
AVSS
IFVDD3
AVDD
IFVSS3
RMC KEY
C804
C825
100p
R840
100
DTCK
E3
0.1
ZZ1
FB802
SAK
D803
MA8068-TX
R815 0
USBOSCVDD
MODE1
MODE2
ADDT
LRCK
USBOSCVSS
MODE3
HD CON 1
PBVDD
XTEST
XCS ADC
HD CON 2
XPD ADC
OSCI
OSCO
VDIOSC
DAVDD
DADT
VSIOSC
VREFL
AOUTL
AOUTR
VREFR
DAVSS
ASYI
AVD1
ASYO
RFI
BIAS
FILI
PCO
AVS1
FILO
CLTV
PEAK
BOTM
FE
ABCD
VC
ADIO
AUX1
AVS2
AVD2
ADRT
ADRB
TE
SE
APC
DCHG
XLRF
DTRF
CKRF
DVSS2
XTSL
DVDD2
NC
NC
DIN1
E2
NC
D7
ITO
E4
HALF
APCREF
HALF LOCK SW
TR1
TRDR
REC KEY
TFDR
WK DET
FFDR
HIDC MON
FRDR
VBUS DET
FS4
SET KEY 2
S805
RECK
OPEN
WDET
TF1
HMON
FF1
R803
47k
0.5%
FR1
R802
4.7k
0.5%
E5
SK2
CCU
SK1
SPRD
SET KEY 1
SPFD
VREF MON
SPDV
CHG MON
VMON
CP
R801
220k
CHGM
CCV
CCW
R616
100k
VB MON
SPDW
CMU
SPCU
STAND DET
SPCV
XRST
XRST
CMV
C802
0.01
CMW
SPCW
XMUTE
SRDR
LCD RST
SFDR
XUDP UP ON
SLDV
NC
SLDW
NC
DVSS4
NC
SCU
LR
SP
SCV
SCW
(Page
39)
DVDD4
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR,
SLCU
SMV
IFVDD2
16M BIT D-RAM
SLCV
SMW
IFVSS2
∗
SLCW
XCS NV2
XS
IC801
CXD2677-202GA
IFVDD4
EFM
T MARK SW
SYSTEM CONTROLLER,
SMU
R847
0
XHP STBY
CHGI CTL
IFVSS4
CSP(Chip Size Package)
CHG
EFMO
CHG CTL
MNT0
CHG GAIN
MNT1
FFCLR
CHGG
FF
SL
MNT2
SLEEP
MNT3
DVDD1
SENS
DVSS1
(Page 41)
VLON
TX
S803
PROTECT
VLON
SLD MON
RECP
LRCKI/XELT
SCU
DETECT
PROTECT
XBCKI/ECK
PAUSE KEY
DATAI/EDT
PD S1
PAUSE
PDS1
PDS0
PD S0
XERQ
JOG B
A11
XOE
JOG A
XWE
XHOLD SW
TSTDR3
SPDL MON
XHOLD
CCU
XRST
XRF RST
EVA
R841
0
XMD
FLASHVDD
XRST MTR DRV
FLASHVSS
IFVSS1
NC
IFVDD1
NC
XCS NV1
NC
CS RTC
NV
D8
MUTE
MUTE
OPEN CLOSE SW
XL
XCS LCD
GND SW2
AOUT SEL
LCD STB
TSB SSB CTL
REC OPR LED
VG CTL
XOPT CTL
KDI
TRST
KCS
KDO
KRB
KCLK
TEST0
TEST1
BEEP
SO0
SCK0
XGUM ON
SI0
SET CODE3
XPATCH
SET CODE1
SET CODE0
LS
SET CODE2
XJACK DET
XMIC DET
IFVSS0
OPT DET
NC (VD PWM)
NC
VC PWM
VL PWM
VREC PWM
OFTRK
SSB DATA
SSB CLK
NC
DVSS0
DVDD0
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
DRAMVSS1
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
D10
DRAMVDD0
NC
DRAMVSS0
NC
DRAMVDD1
NC
IFVDD0
NC
D9
GND SW
GSW
MIC
SENSE
CLK SEL
R813 0
D11
C818
0.1
R812
0
C824 0.047
XOCTL
BEEP
SCK0
S806
OPEN/CLOSE
SDO0
C806 0.047
R860
1k
SDI0
R804
2.2k
C805
R861 0.047
1k
R805
2.2k
XJDET
R859
1k
VRP
C822
0.1
SCLK
DETECT
E8
E9
40
40
CSEL
VCP
E10
VLP
L802
10µH
C821
47
6.3V
SDAT
R833
2.2k
OPDET
C803 0.01
E11
MZ-N505
6-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Board (4/4) –
• See page 42 for Waveforms.
• See page 43 for IC Block Diagrams.
(4/4)
E1
E2
EEPROM
R830
1M
IC804
AK6417AM
NV
XCS
VCC
SCK0
SK
XBUSY
DI
RST
DO
GND
C823
0.1
SDO0
SDI0
J301
Q302
2SA2018TL
B+ SWITCH
R316
100k
LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
R320
10k
E3
XOCTL
R302
1k
C330
0.1
OPTICAL
RECEIVER
E4
R307
100
DIN1
XS
MUTE
1
C210
1
R211
22k
0.5%
BEEP
R111
22k
0.5%
R212
47k
0.5%
C211
100p
C340
0.1
VD
B1
C201
∗
R309
220k
C314
10
6.3V
VCC
VREF
DET
OUT L
RVDD
FB302
NF2
OUT R
OUTA BEEP
R303
47
B+
R101
22k
FB301
0
LPF2
IC302
TA2131FL
OUTB BEEP
F801
0.25A
125V
R311
1M
HEADPHONE AMP
R103
47k
J302
C331
1000p
NF1
IN R
C301
47 6.3V
C336
220p
C312
2.2
BST
DTCK
0
KEY-R
FB304
0
RGND
HP-GND
AGC IN
HP-L
C203
2200p
C307
0.1
R106
10
C311
0.1
C335
10
6.3V
C204
220
2.5V
R105 4.7k
1000p
C205
0.22
C104
220 2.5V
C105
0.22
FB303
0
D301
NNCD6.8H
C334 0.1
C202
4700p
1000p
C102
4700p
D101 02DZ2.4-Z
HP-R
C106
C302
0.1
C103
2200p
D201 02DZ2.4-Z
C305
2.2 6.3V
VREF IN
LPF1
IN L
C306
0.1
GND
TCMT
BEEP
MUTE
R104 ∗
STB
C315
1
B2
C101
∗
(Page
40)
R203
47k
R315 10k
PW GND
BCLK
SDTO
VA
MCLK
AGND
LRCK
VCOM
RIN2
LIN2
RIN1
CDTI
CCLK
CSN
PDN
IC301
AK5354VT
LIN1
A/D CONVERTER
C321
0.1
R306 22k
BST SW
R201
22k
2.2 (EXCEPT US)
R107 10k
R204 ∗
∗ C101,201
0.47 (US)
JACK
R318
1k
VOLTAGE
22k (US)
R207 10k
R305 1k
R304 1k
∗ R104,204
C326
1000p
SWITCHING
10k (EXCEPT US)
R310
0
LINE IN
C325
1000p
REFERENCE
C320
4.7
4V
OPDET
C111
100p
C316
10
4V
Q301
SC4738FL
R317 100
XJDET
C206
XBCK
ADDT
LRCK
FS256
SDO0
XCS
SCK0
C308
0.1
XPD
DTCK
E5
C110
R112
47k
0.5%
R206
10
ZZ1
R205 4.7k
R826
0
CN801
15P
SK2
SET KEY 2
L301
10µH
DGND1
SK1
SET KEY 1
C830
0.1
R855
0
R853
0
XHOLD
R849 0
HOLD
ZZ2
XWK1
ZZ3
R850 0
PAUSE
R851 0
REC
SWITCH
PAUSE
S GND
R864
100k
LS
STB
R810
100k
&
LCD
MODULE
XL
CS
SDO0
SDO
SCK0
FB805
0
SCK
LR
RST
R863
100k
DVDD
-1
Q801
XP1501
RESET SWITCH
E8
-2
DGND2
C826
0.22
E9
E10
E11
C1
(Page 38)
The components identified by mark 0 or dotted
line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
41
41
Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont
critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que
par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
MZ-N505
• Waveforms
7 IC901 th (CLK)
1 IC501 1 (TE)
qj IC301 0 (BCLK) (REC mode)
qs IC801 <z,z (TE)
1 Vp-p
200 mVp-p
2.2 Vp-p
200 mVp-p
354 ns
5.67 ns
3 IC501 ed (RF OUT)
8 IC801 <zc, (UOSCO) (USB mode)
1 Vp-p
qd IC801 <z.n (LRCK) (REC mode)
1.9 Vp-p
9 IC801 <zbz (OSCO)
100 mVp-p
3 Vp-p
2 Vp-p
2.2 Vp-p
22.7 µs
qg IC801 <z., (FS256) (REC mode)
1 Vp-p
10 µs
2.5 Vp-p
88.6 ns
6 IC601 4 (CLK)
qh IC801 <xzz (FS4)
qa IC801 <zmx (FE)
1 Vp-p
5.67 ns
ql IC301 qs (LRCK) (REC mode)
354 ns
0 IC801 <znc (RFI)
720 mVp-p
88.6 ns
qf IC801 <z.m (XBCK) (REC mode)
22.1 ns
5 IC702 5 (EXT) (USB mode)
2.5 Vp-p
2 Vp-p
22.7 µs
20.8 ns
4 IC501 rs (FE)
qk IC301 qa (MCLK) (REC mode)
100 mVp-p
1 Vp-p
5.67 ns
42
42
MZ-N505
• IC Block Diagrams
IC301 AK5354VT-E2
16 PDN
LIN1 1
CONTROL
REGISTER
I/F
IPGA
RIN1 2
LIN2 3
HPF
ADC
RIN2 4
15 CSN
14 CCLK
13 CDTI
CLOCK DIVIDER
VCOM 5
AGND 6
VA 7
AUDIO I/F
CONTROLLER
VD 8
12
11
10
9
LRCK
MCLK
BCLK
SDTO
GND
VREF IN
18
17
16
15
14
13
PW
SW
MT
SW
BST
SW
BEEP
MT SW
PW SW
BEEP IN
BST SW
IC302 TA2131FL (EL)
V REF
12 VREF
11 LPF1
MT TC 19
VCC1 20
ADD
INB 21
10 BST NF1
BST1
INA 22
9 LPF2
PW
A
BEEP
23
OUTB
PW
B
BST2
8 BST NF2
7 BST OUT
BEEP
24
OUTA
2
3
4
5
6
VCC2
OUTA
PWR
GND
OUTB
DET
AGC IN
BST
AGC
1
43
MZ-N505
IC501 SN761057A
44 ADIP-IN
43 S-MON
A+B+C+D
I+J
NPP
TON
CSL
Aw+Dw
TON Peak
TON Botm
ADIP
TE
TE 1
REXT 2
Wpp LPF 3
VREF 4
C 5
D 6
TE
TWpp
PK/BTM
Aw
CSLO
VREF075
A-C
D-C
Malfa
Mij
AwBPF
Dw
DwBPF
S-MONITOR
TEMP
D-C 7
Tpp/Wpp
RF
Iy 8
Ix 9
FE
Jx 10
Jy 11
ABCD
A 12
A-C 13
PEAK/BOTM
B 14
TON-C
CIG
CDN
PD-NI
PD-I
PD-O
15
16
17
18
19
20
ADFG 21
DVDD 22
44
42
41
40
39
FE
38
37
36
35
34
AVCC
PS
33
32
31
30
29
28
RF
CCSL2
VC
VREF075
ABCD
OFC-C1
OFC-C2
LP
EQ
AGND
PEAK
BOTM
OF TRK
27 DGND
T-ON
26 OFTRK
SERIAL
I/F
25 RESET
24 SCK
23 SBUS
APC
ADIP
MZ-N505
VI2
WI2
PGNDW2
WO2
VMVW2
VO2
PGNDUV2
UO2
VMU2
VMR2
RO2
PGND2
FO2
VMF2
IC551 SC111258FCR2
42 41
40
39
38 37 36 35 34
33 32
31 30 29
UI2 43
PWM2 44
3PHASE
CONTROL
CH2
VC
VC
VG
3PHASE
PRE DRIVER
CH2
VC LOW
VOLTAGE
DETECTOR
VC VG
H-BRIDGE
PRE DRIVER
CH2
VC VG
CPUO2 45
CPVO2 46
CPWO2 47
VC
BIAS
H-BRIDGE
CONTROL
CH2
VC VG
26 COM2
–
U+
25 CPUI2
–
V+
24 CPVI2
–
W+
23 CPWI2
–
W+
20 CPWI1
–
+
19 CPVI1
–
U+
18 CPUI1
22 NC
21 GND2
OE 48
GND1 49
VC 50
VG 51
VC VG
CPWO1 52
V
CPVO1 53
CPUO1 54
VC VG
VC VG
3PHASE
PRE DRIVER
CH1
28 FI2
27 RI2
H-BRIDGE
PRE DRIVER
CH1
VC
H-BRIDGE
CONTROL
CH1
17 COM1
16 RI1
15 FI1
VC
3PHASE
CONTROL
CH1
1 2
3
4
5 6 7 8 9
10 11
12 13 14
VI1
WI1
PGNDW1
WO1
VMVW1
VO1
PGNDUV1
UO1
VMU1
VMR1
RO1
PGND1
FO1
VMF1
PWM1 55
UI1 56
45
MZ-N505
OUTB
VRECIN2
VG
HB
PGND3
HA
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
VG3
VG
OUTPUT SW
VC VG DC IN
VB 43
BATM 44
VG2
VG2
PGND2
40
C2L
PGND2
41
C2H
OUTA
42
VG3
VRECIN1
IC601 XPC18A22AFCR2
32 31 30
VG2
VC2 VG
VG3
OUTPUT SW
CONTROL
VC2
VC
EFM
PRE DRIVER
26 VC2
VREF
BUFFER
VG3
DC IN
28 C1H
27 C1L
CHARGE
PUMP 1
CHARGE
PUMP 2
VC
HI-BRIDGE
PRE DRIVER
CHARGE
MONITOR
X2/X4
29
25 VREF
24 CVREF
CONTROL
23 GND
CHGSW 45
CHARGE
CONTROL
22 DW BT
21 DW TP
DC IN
RS
INP2
INM2
RF2
46
47
48
49
DCIN 50
20 RF1
BATTERY
CHARGER
&
REGULATOR
VC
17 DTC
PWM
VC
16 VREC
VG
DC IN
BANDGAP
SYSTEM
DC IN
DETECT
SET-UP DOWN
PRE DRIVER
GND 53
SW
VIO
GAIN 54
CHG 55
DREG 56
LEVEL
SHIFT
VC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SW
RECON
OE
CLK
RI
FI
EFM
VIO
VC
VRECO1
LI1
PGND1
PGND1
LI1
PHASE
COMPENSATION
VOUT 1
PWM
COMPARATOR
VDD 2
+
–
ERROR
AMP
VREF WITH
SOFT START,
CE
PWM/PFM
CONTROLLER
+
–
15 VRECO2
OUTPUT SW
VIO
IC702 XC6367A361MR
46
VC
DC IN
DC IN
CE 3
19 INM1
18 INP1
VG2
CHGMON 51
SVREF 52
VC AMP
BUFFER,
DRIVER
RAMP WAVE
GENERATOR,
OSC
5 EXT
4 GND
MZ-N505
VA
VAFB
VDFB
VIFFB
GND
VC
VC
VC OUT
L1
NC
PGND1
PGND1
42
41
40
39
38
37
36 35 34
33 32 31 30 29
NC 43
VD 44
VC2 45
OUTPUT SW
SERIES PASS
REGULATOR VA
SERIES PASS
REGULATOR VD
SERIES PASS
REGULATOR VIF
VCO
VIF
IC901 XPC18A32FCR2
OUTPUT
SW
OUTPUT SW
28 L1
VC
VG
+
–
POWER
SWITCH 1
VC
VC
26 INM1
VC
STEP-UP
PRE DRIVER
XRST 46
27 RF1
PWM
25 DTC1
OUTPUT SW
VC
CRST 47
24 DTC2
RSTREF 48
+
–
BANDGAP
REFERENCE
23 RF2
22 INM2
VREF 49
VG
VC
VB
PWM
21 PWM1
VB 50
VG
VC
VSTB
VB
52
53
54
55
56
VC
POWER
SWITCH 2
STEP-UP
PRE DRIVER
SYSTEM
CONTROL
20 PWM2
VB
START-UP
VSTB
FFCLR
OUTPUT SW
VB
VC
VG
STEP-UP
DC/DC
CONVERTER
OUTPUT
SW
19 VG
18 LG
17 PGND2
16 L2
7
8
XWK2
XWK3
XWK4
VSTB
VRMC
GND
9
10
11
12
13
14
PGND2
6
PGND2
5
L2
4
VL
3
VL
2
XWK1
15 NC
1
VLON
CLKSEL
VAIFON
FFCLR
SLEEP
CLK
VG
VG
VB
VLO
GND 51
VC
47
MZ-N505
6-11.
IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
• IC501 SN761057A (RF AMP, FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP)
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
TE
O
Tracking error signal output to the system controller
2
REXT
—
Connect terminal to the external resistor for the ADIP amplifier control
3
WPP-LPF
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the TPP/WPP low-pass filter
4
VREF
O
Reference voltage output terminal
5
C
I
Signal (C) input from the optical pickup detector
6
D
I
Signal (D) input from the optical pickup detector
7
D-C
I
Signal (D) input from the optical pickup detector (AC input)
8
IY
I
I-V converted RF signal (IY) input from the optical pickup detector
9
IX
I
I-V converted RF signal (IX) input from the optical pickup detector
10
JX
I
I-V converted RF signal (JX) input from the optical pickup detector
11
JY
I
I-V converted RF signal (JY) input from the optical pickup detector
12
A
I
Signal (A) input from the optical pickup detector
13
A-C
I
Signal (A) input from the optical pickup detector (AC input)
Signal (B) input from the optical pickup detector
14
B
I
15
TON-C
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for TON hold
16
CIG
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the low-pass filter of NPP divider
denominator
17
CDN
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the low-pass filter of CSL divider
denominator
18
PD-NI
I
Light amount monitor input terminal (non-invert input)
19
PD-I
I
Reference PWM signal input for the laser automatic power control from the system controller
20
PD-O
O
Light amount monitor output terminal
21
ADFG
O
ADIP duplex FM signal (22.05kHz ± 1kHz) output to the system controller
22
DVDD
—
Power supply terminal (+2.3V) (digital system)
23
SBUS
I/O
SSB serial data input/output with the system controller
24
SCK
I
SSB serial clock signal input from the system controller
25
XRST
I
Reset signal input from the system controller “L”: reset
26
OFTRK
I
Off track signal input terminal Not used
27
DGND
—
28
BOTM
O
Bottom hold signal output of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) to the system controller
29
PEAK
O
Peak hold signal output of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) to the system controller
30
VREF075
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the internal reference voltage
Ground terminal (digital system)
31
VC
O
Middle point voltage (+1.2V) generation output terminal
32
CCSL2
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the TPP/WPP low-pass filter
33
RF OUT
O
Playback EFM RF signal output to the system controller
34
AGND
—
Ground terminal (analog system)
35 to 37
EQ, LP, PS
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the RF equalizer
38
AVCC
—
Power supply terminal (+2.3V) (analog system)
39, 40
OFC-2, OFC-1
—
Connect terminal to the external capacitor for the RF AC coupling
41
ABCD
O
Light amount signal (ABCD) output to the system controller
42
FE
O
Focus error signal output to the system controller
43
S-MON
O
Servo signal monitor output to the system controller
44
ADIP-IN
I
ADIP duplex FM signal (22.05kHz ± 1kHz) input terminal Not used
48
MZ-N505
• IC801 CXD2677-202GA (SYSTEM CONTROLLER, DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR, 16M BIT D-RAM)
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
NC
O
Load address strobe signal output terminal for D-RAM
2
NC
I
Test input terminal for D-RAM
3 to 7
NC
O
Address signal output terminal for D-RAM
8, 9
NC
I/O
Two-way data bus terminal for D-RAM
10, 11
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
DRAMVDD0, 1
—
Power supply terminal (for D-RAM) (+2.4V)
12, 13
DRAMVSS0, 1
—
Ground terminal (for D-RAM)
14, 15
NC
I/O
Two-way data bus terminal for D-RAM
16 to 19
NC
O
Address signal output terminal for D-RAM
20
NC
O
Column address strobe signal output terminal for D-RAM
21
NC
I
Test input terminal for D-RAM
22, 23
NC
O
Address signal output terminal for D-RAM
24
DVSS0
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP block)
25
DVDD0
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP block) (+1.5V)
26
OFTRK
I
27
SSB DATA
I/O
SSB data input/output with the RF amplifier and the remote commander attached headphone
28
SSB CLK
O
SSB clock output to the RF amplifier
29
VREC PWM
O
PWM signal output for the Over write head drive power supply voltage control to the power
control
30
VL PWM
O
PWM signal output for the laser power supply voltage control to the power control
31
VC PWM
O
PWM signal output for the system power supply voltage control to the power control
32
VD power supply voltage control signal output terminal
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Off track signal input from the DSP monitor (3)
NC (VD PWM)
O
33
NC
—
Not used
Not used
34
IFVDD0
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block) (+2.3V)
35
IFVSS0
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block)
36
OPT DET
I
DIN plug detection signal input terminal
37
XJACK DET
I
LINE IN plug detection signal input terminal
38
XMIC DET
I
Microphone plug detection signal input terminal
39
OPEN CLOSE
SW
I
Open/close detection switch of the upper panel input terminal
“L”: when upper panel close
40, 41
SET CODE0, 1
I
Input terminal for the set (fixed at “L” in this set)
42
SET CODE2
I
Input terminal for the set (open in this set)
43
SET CODE3
I
Input terminal for the set (fixed at “L” in this set)
44
XPATCH
I
Patch function detection signal input terminal
45
SI0
I
Serial data input from the nonvolatile memory
46
SO0
O
Serial data output to the nonvolatile memory, A/D converter and liquid crystal display element
module
47
SCK0
O
Serial clock signal output to the nonvolatile memory, A/D converter and liquid crystal display
element module
48
XGUM ON
I
Rechargeable battery detection switch input terminal
Not used
49
BEEP
O
Beep sound control signal output to the headphone amplifier
50, 51
“H”: DIN plug
“L”: LINE or OPT plug
“L”: microphone plug
“L”: patch function
TEST1, TEST0
I
Input terminal for the main test (normally fixed at “L”)
52
KDO
O
Data output terminal
53
KRB
I
Ready/busy signal input terminal
54
KCLK
O
Clock signal output terminal
55
KCS
O
Chip select signal output terminal
Not used
Not used
“L”: there is rechargeable battery
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
49
MZ-N505
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
56
KDI
I
Data input terminal Not used
57
TRST
I
Input terminal for the test mode set (normally fixed at “L”)
58
XOPT CTL
O
Power supply ON/OFF control signal output for the DIN PD drive
59
VG CTL
O
VG power supply voltage control signal output terminal Not used
60
AOUT SEL
O
HP/LINE changeover signal output terminal Not used
61
REC OPR LED
O
LED ON/OFF control signal output terminal Not used
62
TSB SSB CTL
O
TSB/SSB changeover control signal output Not used
63
GND SW2
O
Battery for Cradle ON/OFF switch control signal output terminal Not used
64
CLK SEL
O
System clock select signal output to the power control
65
MIC SENSE
O
Mic sensitivity control signal output to the mic amplifier
“L”: Low sensitivity “H”: High sensitivity (normally: “H”) Not used
66
GND SW
O
GND changeover control signal output terminal
67
XCS LCD
O
Chip select signal output to the liquid crystal display element module
68
LCD STB
O
Strobe signal output to the liquid crystal display element module
69
MUTE
O
Analog muting control signal output for the headphone amplifier “H”: muting ON
70
CS RTC
O
Chip select signal output terminal Not used
71
XCS NV1
O
Chip select signal (1) output to the nonvolatile memory
72
IFVDD1
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block) (+2.3V)
73
IFVSS1
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block)
74
XRST MTR
DRV
O
Reset control signal output to the motor driver “L”: reset
75
XRF RST
O
Reset control signal output to the RF amplifier “L”: reset
76
SPDL MON
I
Spindle servo monitor signal input terminal
77
XHOLD SW
I
HOLD switch input terminal “L”: hold ON
78, 79
JOG A, B
I
Jog dial pulse input terminal Not used
80, 81
PD S0, PD S1
O
PD IC mode changeover signal output to the optical pick up
82
PAUSE KEY
I
Pause key input terminal from the switch & liquid crystal display element module
83
PROTECT
I
Detection input terminal of the record check claw from the protect detection switch “H”: protect
84
SLD MON
I
Sled servo monitor signal input terminal
50
85
VLON
O
Power supply control signal output for the laser diode drive to the power control
86
DVSS1
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP block)
87
DVDD1
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP block) (+1.5V)
88
SLEEP
O
System sleep control signal output to the power control “H”: sleep ON
89
FFCLR
O
Input latch output for the start switching to the power control
90
CHG GAIN
O
Charge gain control signal output to the power control
91
CHG CTL
O
Charge ON/OFF control signal output to the power control “H”: charge ON
92
CHGI CTL
O
Charge current control signal output terminal Not used
93
XHP STBY
O
Power supply control signal output for the head phone
94
XCS NV2
O
Chip select signal (2) output terminal
95
IFVSS2
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block)
96
IFVDD2
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block) (+2.3V)
97
T MARK SW
I
T MARK (track mark) switch input terminal “L”: track mark detection Not used
98
NC
O
LED ON/OFF control signal output terminal for CHG (charge display)
99
NC
I
Initial switch detection input terminal Not used
100
NC
—
Not used
101
XUDP UP ON
O
Pullup resistor changeover control signal output terminal Not used
102
LCD RST
O
Reset control signal output to the liquid crystal display element module “L”: reset
Not used
Not used
MZ-N505
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
103
XMUTE
O
Analog muting control signal output terminal “L”: muting ON Not used
104
XRST
I
System reset signal input from the power control “L”: reset
105
STAND DET
I
Charging stand detection signal input terminal Not used
106
VB MON
I
Voltage monitor input terminal (A/D input) of the UNREG power supply
107
CHG MON
I
Charge voltage monitor input (A/D input) from the power control
108
VREF MON
I
Clear reference voltage monitor input terminal (A/D input) from the RF amplifier
109, 110
SET KEY 1, 2
I
Key input terminal (A/D input) from the switch & liquid crystal display element module
111
VBUS DET
I
USB power supply voltage detection signal input terminal
112
HIDC MON
I
HIGH DC voltage monitor input terminal (A/D input)
113
WK DET
I
Set key and USB start switching detection signal input terminal (A/D input)
114
REC KEY
I
REC key input terminal (A/D input)
115
HALF LOCK
SW
I
Open button detection switch input terminal (A/D input)
Input “L” when the open button is pressed. Input “H” in other cases.
116
RMC KEY
I
Key input terminal (A/D input) from the remote commander attached headphone
117
AVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer analog) (+2.8V)
118
AVSS
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer analog)
119
TSMVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for the TSB master communication) (+2.8V)
120
RMC DTCK
I/O
Serial data input/output with the remote commander attached headphone
Power supply terminal (for the I/F to TSB slave) (+2.3V)
121
TSLVDD
—
122, 123
NC
—
Not used
124
TAT
—
Not used
125
TAN
—
Not used
126
NAR
—
Not used
127
ID0
—
Not used
128
SAK
—
Not used
129
IT0
—
Not used
130
MITY
—
Ground terminal Not used
131
SUSPEND
O
USB suspend signal output terminal
132
USBIFVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for USB I/F) (+3.3V)
133
UDM
I
USB data (-) input terminal
134
UDP
I
USB data (+) input terminal
135
UPUEN
O
USB pullup resistor connection control output terminal
136
USBOSCVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for the USB oscillation circuit) (+2.4V)
137
UOSCI
I
Clock (48MHz) input terminal for the USB
138
UOSCO
O
Clock (48MHz) output terminal for the USB
139
USBOSCVSS
—
Ground terminal (for the USB oscillation circuit)
140 to
142
MODE1 to 3
O
Power supply control signal output for the over write head to the over write head drive
143
HD CON 1
O
Over write head control signal output to the over write head drive
144
PBVDD
—
Power supply terminal (+2.3V)
145
HD CON 2
O
Over write head control signal output to the over write head drive
146
XTEST
I
Input terminal for test mode set (normally: open) “L”: test mode
147
XCS ADA
O
Chip select signal output to the A/D converter
148
XPD ADA
O
Power supply control signal output for the drive to the A/D converter
149
VDIOSC
—
Power supply terminal (for the OSC cell) (+2.4V)
150
OSCI
I
System clock (45.1584MHz) input terminal
151
OSCO
O
System clock (45.1584MHz) output terminal
51
MZ-N505
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
152
VSIOSC
—
Ground terminal (for the OSC cell)
153
DAVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for the built-in D/A converter) (+2.4V)
154
VREFL
I
Reference voltage input terminal (for the built-in D/A converter L-CH)
155
AOUTL
O
Built-in D/A converter (L-CH) output terminal
156
AOUTR
O
Built-in D/A converter (R-CH) output terminal
157
VREFR
I
Reference voltage input terminal (for the built-in D/A converter R-CH)
158
DAVSS
—
Ground terminal (for the built-in D/A converter)
159
ASYO
O
Playback EFM duplex signal output terminal
160
ASYI
I
161
AVD1
—
162
BIAS
I
Bias current input terminal for the playback EFM comparison
163
RFI
I
Playback EFM the RF signal input from the RF amplifier
164
AVS1
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP asymmetry system analog)
165
PCO
O
Phase comparison output terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL
166
FILI
I
Filter input terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL
167
FILO
O
Filter output terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL
168
CLTV
I
Internal VCO control voltage input terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL
169
PEAK
I
Peak hold signal input of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) from the RF amplifier
170
BOTM
I
Bottom hold signal input of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) from the RF amplifier
171
ABCD
I
Light amount signal (ABCD) input from the RF amplifier
172
FE
I
Focus error signal input from the Focus error amplifier
173
AUX1
I
Support signal (I3 signal/temperature signal) input terminal (A/D input)
174
VC
I
Middle point voltage (+1.1V) input terminal
175
ADIO
O
Monitor output terminal of A/D converter input signal Not used
176
ADRT
I
A/D converter the upper limit voltage input terminal (fixed at “H” in this set)
177
AVD2
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP servo analog system) (+2.4V)
178
AVS2
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP servo analog system)
179
ADRB
I
A/D converter the lower limit voltage input terminal (fixed at “L” in this set)
180
SE
I
Servo signal monitor input terminal (A/D input) from the RF amplifier
181
TE
I
Tracking error signal input from the Tracking error amplifier
182
DCHG
—
183
APC
I
Error signal input for the laser automatic power control (fixed at “H” in this set)
184
CKRF
O
Clock output terminal for the RF amplifier control Not used
185
DTRF
O
Data output terminal for the RF amplifier control Not used
186
XLRF
O
Latch signal output terminal for the RF amplifier control Not used
187
DVSS2
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP block)
188
DVDD2
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP block) (+1.5V)
189
XTSL
I
Input terminal for the frequency set up of the system clock
“L”: 45.1584MHz, “H”: 22.5792MHz (fixed at “L” in this set)
190
DIN1
I
Input terminal of the record system digital audio signal
191 to
193
NC
O
D/A converter PWM signal output terminal Not used
194
DADT
O
Audio data output terminal
195
ADDT
I
Data input from the external A/D converter
196
LRCK
O
L/R sampling clock signal (44.1KHz) output to the external A/D converter
197
XBCK
O
Bit clock signal (2.8224MHz) output to the external A/D converter
198
FS256
O
11.2896MHz clock signal output to the external A/D converter
52
Playback EFM comparison slice level input terminal
Power supply terminal (for the DSP asymmetry system analog) (+2.4V)
Connecting terminal with the analog power supply of the low impedance (fixed at “H” in this set)
Not used
MZ-N505
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
199
NC
I
200
DVSS3
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP block)
201
DVDD3
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP block) (+1.5V)
202
ADFG
I
ADIP duplex FM signal (20.05±1kHz) input from the RF amplifier
203
NC
O
Filter cut off control signal output terminal
204
IFVDD3
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block) (+2.3V)
205
IFVSS3
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block)
206
APCREF
O
Reference PWM signal output for the laser automatic power control to the RF amplifier
207
TRDR
O
Tracking servo drive PWM signal output (–) to the coil driver
208
TFDR
O
Tracking servo drive PWM signal output (+) to the coil driver
209
FFDR
O
Focus servo drive PWM signal output (+) to the coil driver
210
FRDR
O
Focus servo drive PWM signal output (–) to the coil driver
211
FS4
O
176.4kHz clock signal output to the power control
212
SPRD
O
Spindle motor drive control signal output (U) to the motor driver
213
SPFD
O
Spindle servo drive PWM signal output to the motor driver
214
SPDV
O
Spindle motor drive control signal output (V) to the motor driver
215
SPDW
O
Spindle motor drive control signal output (W) to the motor driver
216
SPCU
I
Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (U) from the motor driver
217
SPCV
I
Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (V) from the motor driver
218
SPCW
I
Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (W) from the motor driver
219
SRDR
O
Sled motor drive control signal output (U) to the motor driver
220
SFDR
O
Sled servo drive PWM signal output to the motor driver
221
SLDV
O
Sled motor drive control signal output (V) to the motor driver
Ground terminal
Clock signal input from the external VCO
Not used
Not used
222
SLDW
O
Sled motor drive control signal output (W) to the motor driver
223
DVSS4
—
Ground terminal (for the DSP block)
224
DVDD4
—
Power supply terminal (for the DSP block) (+1.5V)
225
SLCU
I
Sled motor drive comparison signal input (U) from the motor driver
226
SLCV
I
Sled motor drive comparison signal input (V) from the motor driver
227
SLCW
I
Sled motor drive comparison signal input (W) from the motor driver
228
IFVDD4
—
Power supply terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block) (+2.3V)
229
IFVSS4
—
Ground terminal (for the microcomputer I/F block)
230
EFMO
O
EFM encode data output for the record to the over write head drive
231 to
233
MNT0 to 2
O
DSP monitor (0) to (2) output terminal
234
MNT3
O
Off track signal output from the DSP monitor (3)
235
SENSE
O
DSP internal status (DSP SENS monitor) signal output terminal
236
TX
O
Record data output enable signal output monitor terminal of the DSP
237
RECP
O
Laser power changeover signal output terminal
238
LRCKI/XELT
I
Input terminal for the PCM data I/F/ ATRAC data I/F
Not used
239
XBCKI/ECK
I
Input terminal for the PCM data I/F/ ATRAC data I/F
Not used
240
DATAI/EDT
I
Input terminal for the PCM data I/F/ ATRAC data I/F
Not used
241
XERQ
I
Input terminal for the ATRAC data I/F
242
A11
O
Address signal output terminal for D-RAM
243
XOE
O
Output enable signal output terminal for D-RAM
244
XWE
O
Data write enable signal output terminal for D-RAM
245
TSTDR3
I
Test input terminal for D-RAM
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
53
MZ-N505
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
246
EVA
I
247
FLASHVDD
—
Power supply terminal (for the built-in flash memory) (+2.4V)
248
FLASHVSS
—
Ground terminal (for the built-in flash memory)
249 to
256
NC
—
Not used
54
Description
EVA/FLASH chip discrimination input terminal “L”: FLASH chip, “H”: EVA chip
(fixed at “L” in this set)
MZ-N505
SECTION 7
EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE:
• -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they
may have some difference from the original
one.
• Color Indication of Appearance Parts
Example:
KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE) . . . (RED)
↑
↑
Parts Color Cabinet's Color
• Abbreviation
CND : Canadian model
FR : French model
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service. Some
delay should be anticipated when ordering
these items.
• The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied.
• Accessories are given in the last of the electrical parts list.
7-1. CASE SECTION
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiquens pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
portant le numéro spécifié.
1
2
3
4
chassis section
5
6
7
4
11
11
8
10
9
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
1
1
1
1
2
X-3381-806-1
X-3381-807-1
X-3381-808-1
X-3381-809-1
3-234-449-19
CASE (UPPER) (S) SUB ASSY (SILVER)
CASE (UPPER) (L) SUB ASSY (BLUE)
CASE (UPPER) (Y) SUB ASSY (YELLOW)
CASE (UPPER) (N) SUB ASSY (GOLD)
SCREW (M1.4)
Remark
3
4
5
6
7
3-237-097-01
3-318-382-91
3-237-105-01
1-804-545-11
3-237-100-21
LOCKER, OPEN
SCREW (1.7X2.5), TAPPING
BUTTON (CONTROL)
LCD MODULE
CAP (P)
8
3-237-099-11 BUTTON (OPEN) (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
Ref. No.
8
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
Part No.
Description
Remark
3-237-099-21
3-225-636-51
3-225-636-61
3-237-106-01
BUTTON (OPEN) (for YELLOW)
LID, BATTERY CASE (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
LID, BATTERY CASE (for YELLOW)
CASE (LOWER) (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
(AEP, UK, FR)
3-237-106-11 CASE (LOWER) (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
(US, CND)
3-237-106-21
3-237-106-31
3-234-449-17
3-234-449-19
CASE (LOWER) (for YELLOW) (AEP, UK, FR)
CASE (LOWER) (for YELLOW) (US, CND)
SCREW (M1.4) (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
SCREW (M1.4) (for YELLOW)
55
MZ-N505
7-2. CHASSIS SECTION
51
52
MT-MZN707-177
55
53
54
57
57
main board section
58
61
60
59
Ref. No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
Part No.
Description
3-237-072-01
3-238-127-01
X-3381-385-1
3-237-083-01
3-237-075-01
SCREW (MD), STEP
SPACER (HOLDER)
CHASSIS (5188) ASSY, SET
SPRING (POP UP-R), TORSION
SPRING (POP UP-L), TORSION
Remark
Ref. No.
57
58
59
60
61
Part No.
Description
3-318-382-91
3-237-080-01
3-237-082-11
3-237-081-01
3-335-797-01
SCREW (1.7X2.5), TAPPING
SLIDER, OPEN
SPRING (LOCK), TENSION
SPRING (LIMITTER), COMPRESSION
SCREW (M1.4X2), TOOTHED LOCK
Remark
MZ-N505
7-3. MAIN BOARD SECTION
101
104
102
103
Ref. No.
101
101
102
Part No.
Description
Remark
3-237-079-01 CASE, BATTERY (for BLUE, GOLD, SILVER)
3-237-079-11 CASE, BATTERY (for YELLOW)
3-237-073-01 TERMINAL BOARD (+), BATTERY
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
103
* 104
* 104
3-237-074-01 TERMINAL (–), BATTERY
X-3381-934-1 MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (EXCEPT US)
X-3381-968-1 MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (US)
57
MZ-N505
7-4. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-1
(MT-MZN707-177)
301
mechanism deck section-2
302
308
306
303
307
304
305
309
310
not supplied
311
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with
mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
301
302
303
304
305
X-3381-219-1
3-224-779-02
3-225-996-01
4-222-216-01
3-338-645-31
HOLDER ASSY
SPRING, THRUST DETENT
SCREW (M1.4) (EG), PRECISION PAN
GEAR (SA)
WASHER (0.8-2.5)
306
4-222-208-01 GEAR (SB)
58
Remark
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiques pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
portant le numéro spécifié.
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
307
308
0 309
310
311
3-043-237-02
4-222-203-02
X-3381-589-1
3-049-336-03
3-225-996-06
BEARING (N)
SCREW, LEAD
SERVICE ASSY, OP (LCX-5R)
SPRING (S), RACK
SCREW (M1.4) (EG), PRECISION PAN
Remark
MZ-N505
7-5. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-2
(MT-MZN707-177)
358
357
M602
356
359
361
355
360
362
M603
354
353
363
352
351
M601
351
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
351
352
353
354
355
3-225-278-11
3-235-838-01
3-235-836-01
3-222-544-01
3-235-835-01
SCREW, TAPPING
COVER, MOTOR
GEAR (HB)
GEAR (HA)
GEAR (HC)
360
361
362
363
M601
3-235-839-01
3-338-645-31
4-222-222-01
A-3174-089-A
8-835-744-01
LEVER (RACK)
WASHER (0.8-2.5)
GEAR (RACK)
SHAFT BLOCK ASSY, SUB
MOTOR, DC SSM18B (SPINDLE)
(WITH TURN TABLE)
356
357
358
359
3-235-834-01
3-235-830-01
X-3379-529-4
3-225-996-07
CHASSIS
PLATE, RATCHET
BASE ASSY, MOTOR
SCREW (M1.4) (EG), PRECISION PAN
M602
M603
1-763-727-11 MOTOR, DC (SLED) (WITH GEAR)
1-763-400-21 MOTOR, DC (OVER WRITE HEAD UP/DOWN)
Ref. No.
Remark
Ref. No.
Remark
59
MZ-N505
SECTION 8
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
MAIN
NOTE:
• Due to standardization, replacements in the
parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used
on the set.
• -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they
may have some difference from the original
one.
• RESISTORS
All resistors are in ohms.
METAL: Metal-film resistor.
METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor.
F: nonflammable
• Abbreviation
CND : Canadian model
FR : French model
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service.
Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items.
• SEMICONDUCTORS
In each case, u: µ, for example:
uA. . : µA. .
uPA. . : µPA. .
uPB. . : µPB. .
uPC. . : µPC. .
uPD. . : µPD. .
• CAPACITORS
uF: µF
• COILS
uH: µH
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
*
*
X-3381-934-1 MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (EXCEPT US)
X-3381-968-1 MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (US)
*********************
< CAPACITOR >
C101
1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP
0.47uF
10%
16V
(US)
C101
C102
C103
C104
10%
10V
(EXCEPT US)
1-164-941-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047uF 10%
16V
1-164-939-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022uF 10%
50V
1-135-868-11 TANTALUM CHIP 220uF
20%
2.5V
C105
C106
C110
C111
C201
1-115-467-11
1-164-937-11
1-125-837-11
1-164-874-11
1-107-823-11
C201
1-125-889-11 CERAMIC CHIP
C202
C203
C204
C205
1-164-941-11
1-164-939-11
1-135-868-11
1-115-467-11
10%
10V
(EXCEPT US)
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047uF 10%
16V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022uF 10%
50V
TANTALUM CHIP 220uF
20%
2.5V
CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF
10%
10V
C206
C210
C211
C301
C302
1-164-937-11
1-125-837-11
1-164-874-11
1-110-569-11
1-107-820-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.001uF
1uF
100PF
47uF
0.1uF
10%
10%
5%
20%
50V
6.3V
50V
6.3V
16V
C305
C306
C307
C308
C311
1-135-149-21
1-107-820-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
2.2uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
20%
10%
10%
10%
10V
16V
10V
10V
10V
C312
C314
C315
C316
C320
1-125-889-11
1-135-259-11
1-125-837-11
1-135-201-11
1-135-151-21
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
2.2uF
10uF
1uF
10uF
4.7uF
10%
20%
10%
20%
20%
10V
6.3V
6.3V
4V
4V
C321
C325
C326
C330
C331
1-125-777-11
1-164-937-11
1-164-937-11
1-107-820-11
1-164-937-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
10%
10%
10%
10V
50V
50V
16V
50V
60
1-125-889-11 CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
2.2uF
0.22uF
0.001uF
1uF
100PF
0.47uF
10%
10%
10%
5%
10%
10V
50V
6.3V
50V
16V
(US)
2.2uF
10%
Ref. No.
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiquens pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
portant le numéro spécifié.
When indicating parts by reference
number, please include the board.
Part No.
Description
Remark
C334
C335
C336
C340
C501
1-125-777-11
1-135-259-11
1-164-933-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-874-11
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
10uF
220PF
0.1uF
100PF
10%
20%
10%
10%
5%
10V
6.3V
50V
10V
50V
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
1-107-819-11
1-164-939-11
1-164-939-11
1-164-943-11
1-107-819-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.022uF
0.0022uF
0.0022uF
0.01uF
0.022uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
16V
50V
50V
16V
16V
C507
C508
C509
C510
C511
1-107-819-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-939-11
1-164-850-11
1-164-850-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.022uF
0.1uF
0.0022uF
10PF
10PF
10%
10%
10%
0.5PF
0.5PF
16V
10V
50V
50V
50V
C512
C513
C514
C515
C516
1-125-777-11
1-164-850-11
1-107-819-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
10PF
0.022uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
10%
0.5PF
10%
10%
10%
10V
50V
16V
10V
10V
C518
C519
C521
C522
C523
1-127-760-11
1-164-941-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-837-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
4.7uF
0.0047uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
1uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
6.3V
16V
10V
10V
6.3V
C524
C527
C529
C530
C531
1-135-259-11
1-119-923-11
1-165-851-11
1-164-939-11
1-164-943-11
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
10uF
0.047uF
10uF
0.0022uF
0.01uF
20%
10%
20%
10%
10%
6.3V
10V
6.3V
50V
16V
C551
C557
C558
C559
C561
1-125-777-11
1-119-923-11
1-119-923-11
1-119-923-11
1-125-777-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
0.047uF
0.047uF
0.047uF
0.1uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
C562
C563
C564
C565
C566
1-107-819-11
1-107-819-11
1-107-819-11
1-164-943-11
1-164-943-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.022uF
0.022uF
0.022uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
16V
16V
16V
16V
16V
C567
C601
C602
C603
1-164-943-11
1-164-943-11
1-125-777-11
1-128-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
100uF
10%
10%
10%
20%
16V
16V
10V
6.3V
MZ-N505
MAIN
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
C604
1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP
0.01uF
10%
16V
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
1-164-937-11
1-164-874-11
1-164-874-11
1-125-777-11
1-131-862-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.001uF
100PF
100PF
0.1uF
47uF
10%
5%
5%
10%
20%
50V
50V
50V
10V
4V
C611
C612
C613
C614
C615
1-135-259-11
1-135-259-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
1-137-760-11
TANTALUM CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CAP-CHIP
10uF
10uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
100PF
20%
20%
10%
10%
5%
6.3V
6.3V
10V
10V
100V
C616
C618
C619
C621
C622
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-943-11
1-131-862-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
47uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
20%
10V
10V
10V
16V
4V
C624
C625
C627
C628
C629
1-165-851-11
1-164-937-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-943-11
1-164-874-11
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
10uF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
100PF
20%
10%
10%
10%
5%
6.3V
50V
10V
16V
50V
C630
C631
C632
C633
C634
1-128-829-11
1-124-413-31
1-135-259-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-777-11
TANTALUM CHIP
ELECT
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
220uF
220uF
10uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
20%
20%
20%
10%
10%
6.3V
4V
6.3V
10V
10V
C639
C701
C702
C703
C704
1-125-777-11
1-137-739-11
1-164-939-11
1-164-937-11
1-137-934-11
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.1uF
22uF
0.0022uF
0.001uF
47uF
10%
20%
10%
10%
20%
10V
6.3V
50V
50V
10V
C801
C802
C803
C804
C805
1-125-777-11
1-164-943-11
1-164-943-11
1-125-777-11
1-119-923-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
0.047uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10V
16V
16V
10V
10V
C806
C807
C808
C809
C810
1-119-923-11
1-164-850-11
1-164-850-11
1-137-739-11
1-125-837-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM
CERAMIC CHIP
0.047uF
10PF
10PF
22uF
1uF
10%
0.5PF
0.5PF
20%
10%
10V
50V
50V
6.3V
6.3V
C811
C812
C813
C814
C815
1-125-837-11
1-164-943-11
1-125-891-11
1-164-935-11
1-110-569-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
1uF
0.01uF
0.47uF
470PF
47uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
20%
6.3V
16V
10V
50V
6.3V
C816
C817
C818
C819
C820
1-125-777-11
1-109-982-11
1-125-777-11
1-107-819-11
1-164-943-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
1uF
0.1uF
0.022uF
0.01uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10V
10V
10V
16V
16V
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
1-137-740-11
1-125-777-11
1-107-820-11
1-119-923-11
1-164-874-11
TANTALUM
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.047uF
100PF
20%
10%
10%
5%
6.3V
10V
16V
10V
50V
C826
1-115-467-11 CERAMIC CHIP
0.22uF
10%
10V
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
C828
C829
C830
C832
1-125-837-11
1-125-837-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-850-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
1uF
1uF
0.1uF
10PF
10%
10%
10%
0.5PF
Remark
6.3V
6.3V
10V
50V
C833
C834
C838
C839
C840
1-164-850-11
1-164-943-11
1-117-720-11
1-164-937-11
1-164-943-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
10PF
0.01uF
4.7uF
0.001uF
0.01uF
0.5PF
10%
10%
10%
50V
16V
10V
50V
16V
C841
C901
C902
C903
C904
1-164-941-11
1-165-851-11
1-165-851-11
1-128-964-11
1-119-750-11
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.0047uF
10uF
10uF
100uF
22uF
10%
20%
20%
20%
20%
16V
6.3V
6.3V
6.3V
6.3V
C905
C906
C907
C908
C909
1-125-777-11
1-164-943-11
1-125-889-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-937-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
0.01uF
2.2uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10V
16V
10V
10V
50V
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
1-164-937-11
1-135-259-11
1-164-937-11
1-164-941-11
1-125-777-11
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.001uF
10uF
0.001uF
0.0047uF
0.1uF
10%
20%
10%
10%
10%
50V
6.3V
50V
16V
10V
C915
C916
C917
C918
C919
1-125-777-11
1-125-837-11
1-125-777-11
1-125-889-11
1-135-259-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
0.1uF
1uF
0.1uF
2.2uF
10uF
10%
10%
10%
10%
20%
10V
6.3V
10V
10V
6.3V
C920
C921
C922
C924
C926
1-117-919-11
1-125-777-11
1-164-937-11
1-164-937-11
1-165-851-11
TANTALUM CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
TANTALUM CHIP
10uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
10uF
20%
10%
10%
10%
20%
6.3V
10V
50V
50V
6.3V
C927
C928
1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP
1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP
0.1uF
0.1uF
10%
10%
10V
10V
< CONNECTOR >
CN501
CN502
CN701
CN801
1-573-360-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 20P
1-573-350-11 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 10P
1-816-036-21 CONNECTOR (SQUARE TYPE) (USB) 5P
(USB CONNECTOR)
1-573-355-11 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 15P
< DIODE >
D101
D201
D301
D601
D602
8-719-056-72
8-719-056-72
6-500-116-01
8-719-081-33
8-719-081-33
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
02DZ2.4-Z (TPH3)
02DZ2.4-Z (TPH3)
NNCD6.8H-T1
MA2YD1500LS0
MA2YD1500LS0
D603
D606
D607
D608
D701
8-719-081-33
8-719-081-35
8-719-081-33
8-719-081-35
8-719-420-51
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
MA2YD1500LS0
MA2YD1700LS0
MA2YD1500LS0
MA2YD1700LS0
MA729-TX
D703
D803
D804
8-719-081-33 DIODE MA2YD1500LS0
8-719-017-58 DIODE MA8068-TX
8-719-420-51 DIODE MA729-TX
61
MZ-N505
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Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
D901
D902
8-719-081-33 DIODE MA2YD1500LS0
8-719-081-33 DIODE MA2YD1500LS0
L902
L904
1-419-949-21 CHOKE COIL
1-414-398-11 INDUCTOR
22uH
10uH
D903
D904
8-719-420-51 DIODE MA729-TX
8-719-404-50 DIODE MA111-TX
L905
L906
1-469-426-21 INDUCTOR
1-469-367-21 INDUCTOR
100uH
10uH
< FUSE >
0 F801
1-576-439-21 FUSE (SMD)
< TRANSISTOR >
0.25A
125V
< RESISTOR >
FB301
FB302
FB303
FB304
FB701
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
FB702
FB703
FB704
FB801
FB802
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
FB803
FB804
FB805
FB806
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
0
0
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
< IC >
IC301
IC302
IC501
IC551
IC601
8-759-694-88
8-759-598-15
6-701-391-01
6-700-680-01
6-701-477-01
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
AK5354VT-E2
TA2131FL (EL)
SN761057A
SC111258FCR2
XPC18A22AFCR2
IC604
IC702
@ IC801
IC804
IC901
6-700-958-01
6-702-333-01
8-752-930-27
8-759-593-47
8-759-698-61
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
XC61FS1YXXMR
XC6367A361MR
CXD2677-202GA
AK6417AM-E2
XPC18A32FCR2
IC902
6-701-978-01 IC XC61CN0802NR
1-815-950-11 JACK (LINE IN (OPTICAL))
1-793-288-43 JACK (i)
1-785-383-11 JACK, DC (POLARITY UNIFIED TYPE)
(DC IN 3V)
< COIL/SHORT >
L301
L501
L502
L551
L552
1-414-398-11
1-414-398-11
1-414-398-11
1-216-296-11
1-216-296-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
SHORT
SHORT
10uH
10uH
10uH
0
0
L553
L554
L601
L602
L701
1-216-296-11
1-216-296-11
1-428-912-21
1-414-398-11
1-469-952-21
SHORT
SHORT
CHOKE COIL
INDUCTOR
CHOKE COIL
0
0
10uH
10uH
22uH
L801
L802
L901
1-216-296-11 SHORT
1-469-535-21 INDUCTOR
1-419-953-21 CHOKE COIL
62
0
10uH
100uH
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with
mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
8-729-037-52
8-729-051-23
8-729-922-10
8-729-046-45
8-729-046-44
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
2SC4738F-Y/GR (TPL3)
2SA2018TL
2SA1577-T106-QR
SI2302DS-T1
ZDT6718TA
Q603
Q604
Q605
Q608
Q701
8-729-053-71
8-729-046-43
8-729-046-42
8-729-426-51
8-729-053-03
FET
FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
FET
TS8K1TB
HAT2051T-EL
HAT2050T-EL
XP1210-TXE
XP151A12A2MR
Q703
Q704
Q705
Q706
Q801
8-729-037-86
8-729-041-51
8-729-047-48
8-729-037-63
8-729-429-44
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SB1462J-R (TX).SO
FMMT617TA
UMD12N-TR
UN9115J-(TX).SO
XP1501-TXE
Q901
Q902
Q903
Q904
8-729-037-92
8-729-037-92
8-729-037-92
8-729-034-59
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SD2216J-R (TX).SO
2SD2216J-R (TX).SO
2SD2216J-R (TX).SO
2SA1745-6.7-TL
< RESISTOR >
< JACK >
J301
J302
J601
Q301
Q302
Q501
Q601
Q602
R101
R103
R104
1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP
22K
47K
10K
R104
1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP
22K
R105
1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP
4.7K
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
(EXCEPT US)
5%
1/16W
(US)
5%
1/16W
R106
R107
R111
R112
R201
1-208-635-11
1-218-965-11
1-208-715-11
1-208-927-11
1-218-969-11
10
10K
22K
47K
22K
5%
5%
0.5%
0.5%
5%
R203
R204
1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP
47K
10K
5%
5%
R204
1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP
22K
R205
R206
1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP
1-208-635-11 RES-CHIP
4.7K
10
1/16W
1/16W
(EXCEPT US)
5%
1/16W
(US)
5%
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R207
R211
R212
R302
R303
1-218-965-11
1-208-715-11
1-208-927-11
1-218-953-11
1-218-937-11
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
22K
47K
1K
47
5%
0.5%
0.5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R304
R305
R306
R307
R309
1-218-953-11
1-218-953-11
1-218-969-11
1-218-941-11
1-218-981-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
1K
22K
100
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R310
R311
1-218-990-11 SHORT
1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP
0
1M
5%
1/16W
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiques pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
portant le numéro spécifié.
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
@ Replacement of CXD2677-202GA (IC801)
used in this set requires a special tool.
MZ-N505
MAIN
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
R802
R803
R804
R805
R806
1-208-903-11
1-208-927-11
1-218-957-11
1-218-957-11
1-218-949-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
4.7K
47K
2.2K
2.2K
470
0.5%
0.5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R807
R808
R809
R810
R812
1-208-635-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-977-11
1-218-977-11
1-218-990-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
SHORT
10
10K
100K
100K
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R813
R814
R815
R816
R817
1-218-990-11
1-208-635-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-977-11
SHORT
RES-CHIP
SHORT
SHORT
RES-CHIP
0
10
0
0
100K
5%
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
1-218-981-11
1-218-953-11
1-218-945-11
1-218-957-11
1-220-804-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
220K
1K
220
2.2K
2.2M
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
1-218-990-11
1-216-864-11
1-208-691-11
1-208-699-11
1-218-989-11
SHORT
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
0
0
2.2K
4.7K
1M
5%
0.5%
0.5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R831
R832
R833
R834
R835
1-218-990-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-957-11
1-208-935-11
1-208-951-11
SHORT
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
470K
2.2K
100K
470K
5%
5%
0.5%
0.5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R838
R839
R840
R841
R843
1-218-949-11
1-218-989-11
1-216-809-11
1-218-990-11
1-216-864-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT
METAL CHIP
470
1M
100
0
0
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R844
R845
R846
R847
R849
1-218-990-11
1-208-643-11
1-208-643-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-990-11
SHORT
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
SHORT
SHORT
0
22
22
0
0
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
R850
R851
R852
R853
R855
1-218-990-11
1-218-990-11
1-208-931-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-990-11
SHORT
SHORT
METAL CHIP
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
68K
0
0
0.5%
1/16W
R857
R858
R859
R860
R861
1-218-953-11
1-218-989-11
1-218-953-11
1-218-953-11
1-218-953-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
1M
1K
1K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R863
R864
R902
R903
R905
1-218-977-11
1-218-977-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-957-11
1-218-957-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
100K
100K
470K
2.2K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R906
R907
1-218-990-11 SHORT
1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP
0
1M
5%
1/16W
Remark
R315
R316
R317
1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP
10K
100K
100
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R318
R320
R501
R502
R503
1-218-953-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-973-11
1-218-981-11
1-218-985-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1K
10K
47K
220K
470K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R505
R507
R517
R519
R521
1-208-707-11
1-218-953-11
1-208-683-11
1-218-977-11
1-218-446-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
10K
1K
1K
100K
1
0.5%
5%
0.5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/10W
R522
R551
R552
R553
R560
1-218-446-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-957-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1
10K
10K
10K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R561
R562
R601
R602
R603
1-218-957-11
1-218-957-11
1-218-989-11
1-218-981-11
1-218-977-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
2.2K
2.2K
1M
220K
100K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
1-218-446-11
1-218-446-11
1-218-949-11
1-218-945-11
1-218-981-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1
1
470
220
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R609
R610
R612
R613
R614
1-219-724-11
1-218-969-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-957-11
1-218-965-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
1
22K
470K
2.2K
10K
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R616
R619
R620
R621
R622
1-218-977-11
1-216-864-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-965-11
1-218-977-11
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
100K
0
10K
10K
100K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R623
R624
R625
R626
R628
1-218-977-11
1-216-797-11
1-218-990-11
1-216-789-11
1-218-990-11
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT
METAL CHIP
SHORT
100K
10
0
2.2
0
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
1-218-953-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-957-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
SHORT
RES-CHIP
1K
470K
470K
0
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R706
R707
R708
R709
R710
1-218-977-11
1-218-961-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-941-11
1-218-957-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
100K
4.7K
470K
100
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R711
R712
R714
R715
R801
1-216-864-11
1-218-961-11
1-218-990-11
1-218-973-11
1-218-981-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
SHORT
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
0
4.7K
0
47K
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
Ref. No.
Remark
63
MZ-N505
MAIN
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remark
R908
R909
R910
1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP
1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP
100K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R911
R914
R915
R916
R917
1-218-949-11
1-218-941-11
1-208-691-11
1-218-981-11
1-208-699-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
470
100
2.2K
220K
4.7K
5%
5%
0.5%
5%
0.5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R918
R919
R920
R921
R922
1-208-707-11
1-208-927-11
1-208-707-11
1-218-985-11
1-218-969-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
10K
47K
10K
470K
22K
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1-816-206-11
1-823-519-11
3-223-571-01
3-228-300-11
3-234-037-11
R923
R924
R925
R927
R928
1-218-981-11
1-218-981-11
1-218-981-11
1-218-989-11
1-218-977-11
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
RES-CHIP
220K
220K
220K
1M
100K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R936
R941
R946
R947
R948
1-208-715-11
1-218-969-11
1-208-707-11
1-208-683-11
1-208-935-11
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
22K
22K
10K
1K
100K
0.5%
5%
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
3-234-037-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (AEP, FR)
3-234-037-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN, DUTCH,
ITALIAN) (AEP)
3-234-037-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (AEP)
3-234-037-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH, FINNISH)
(AEP)
3-234-037-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, FRENCH)
(US, CND)
< SWITCH >
S803
S805
S806
1-771-867-11 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (PROTECT DETECT)
1-762-946-12 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (OPEN)
1-762-805-21 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY)
(OPEN/CLOSE DETECT)
< EMI FILTER >
T601
1-416-405-21 EMI FILTER
< THERMISTOR >
TH601
1-804-616-21 THERMISTOR, POSITIVE
< VIBRATOR >
X801
1-795-024-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (45.1584MHz)
X802
1-795-443-21 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (48MHz)
**************************************************************
MISCELLANEOUS
**************
6
0 309
M601
1-804-545-11 LCD MODULE
X-3381-589-1 SERVICE ASSY, OP (LCX-5R)
8-835-744-01 MOTOR, DC SSM18B (SPINDLE)
(WITH TURN TABLE)
M602
1-763-727-11 MOTOR, DC (SLED) (WITH GEAR)
M603
1-763-400-21 MOTOR, DC (OVER WRITE HEAD UP/DOWN)
************************************************************
64
ACCESSORIES
************
0
0
0
1-476-303-11 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RM-MZ4R)
(AEP, UK, FR)
1-476-857-11 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-ES305) (AEP, FR)
1-476-858-11 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-ES305) (UK)
1-476-859-11 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-ES305) (US, CND)
1-756-145-21 BATTERY, NICKEL CADMIUM (AEP, UK, FR)
CONNECTOR, LIGHT (AEP, UK, FR)
CORD, CONNECTION (USB CABLE)
CASE, BATTERY CARRYING (AEP, UK, FR)
CASE, BELT CLIP CARRYING (AEP, UK, FR)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (AEP, UK)
3-237-042-11 SOFT (CD-ROM), APPLICATION (US, CND)
3-237-042-21 SOFT (CD-ROM), APPLICATION (AEP, UK, FR)
3-239-304-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (How to Install)
(Simple Burner) (ENGLISH) (US, CND)
3-239-304-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (How to Install)
(Simple Burner) (FRENCH) (CND)
3-239-305-11 CARD (OPERATING INSTRUCTION)
(Simple Burner) (ENGLISH) (US, CND)
3-239-305-21 CARD (OPERATING INSTRUCTION)
(Simple Burner) (FRENCH) (CND)
3-239-307-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(ENGLISH) (US, CND, AEP, UK)
3-239-307-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(FRENCH) (CND, AEP, FR)
3-239-307-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(GERMAN) (AEP)
3-239-307-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(SPANISH) (AEP)
3-239-307-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(DUTCH) (AEP)
3-239-307-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(SWEDISH) (AEP)
3-239-307-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(ITALIAN) (AEP)
3-239-307-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(PORTUGUESE) (AEP)
3-239-307-91 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (OpenMG Jukebox)
(FINNISH) (AEP)
8-954-007-93 RECEIVER, EAR MDR-O27LP (US)
8-954-008-91 RECEIVER, EAR MDR-E808SP (AEP, UK, FR)
8-954-008-92 RECEIVER, EAR MDR-E808LP (CND)
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with
mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiques pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
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Date
2002.01
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