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service manual - Philips Parts and Accessories

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver. 1.0 2005.06

MEX-R5

US Model

Canadian Model

AEP Model

UK Model

E Model

E model is the multi disc player in XMM-R5WL.

US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby

Laboratories.

MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and

Thomson.

Copyrights

This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories.

“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

“DTS” and “DTS 2.0 + Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW

DVD Mechanism Type MG-612-187

Optical Pick-up Block Name KHS-340B

AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS

(US model only)

POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC

DISTORTION

23.2 watts per channel minimum continuous average power into 4 ohms, 4 channels driven from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with no more than 5% total harmonic distortion.

CEA2006 Standard

Power Output: 17 Watts RMS

× 4 at

4 Ohms < 1% THD+N

SN Ratio: 82 dBA

(reference: 1 Watt into 4 Ohms)

System

Laser

Signal format system

Semiconductor laser

NTSC

(US, Canadian models)

PAL

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

PAL/NTSC switchable

(E model)

DVD/CD Player section

*

Signal-to-noise ratio

Frequency response

120 dB

10 – 20,000 Hz

Wow and flutter

Harmonic distortion (DVD)

Below measurable limit

Wow and flutter

0.01%

Less than detected value

(

±0.001 % W PEAK)

*

Measured from the AUDIO OUT jacks.

When you play PCM sound tracks with a 96 kHz sampling frequency, the output signals from the

DIGITAL OUT jack are converted to 96 kHz sampling frequency.

SPECIFICATIONS

Tuner section

FM

Tuning range US, Canadian,

Latin American models:

87.5 – 107.9 MHz

AEP, UK, Russian,

Asian models:

Antenna terminal

Intermediate frequency

Usable sensitivity

Selectivity

87.5 – 108.0 MHz

External antenna connector

10.7 MHz/450 kHz

9 dBf

75 dB at 400 kHz

Signal-to-noise ratio 67 dB (stereo), 69 dB

(mono)

Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz

0.5 % (stereo),

Separation

0.3 % (mono)

35 dB at 1 kHz

Frequency response 30 – 15,000 Hz

AM

Tuning range

Antenna terminal

Intermediate frequency

Sensitivity

US, Canadian,

Latin American models:

530 – 1,710 kHz

(at 10 kHz step)

AEP, UK, Russian models:

MW: 531 – 1,602 kHz

LW: 153 – 279 kHz

Asian model:

531 – 1,602 kHz

(at 9 kHz step)

External antenna connector

10.7 MHz/450 kHz

AM (MW): 30

µV,

LW: 40

µV

– Continued on next page –

MULTI DISC PLAYER

9-879-716-01

2005F05-1

© 2005.06

Sony Corporation e Vehicle Group

Published by Sony Engineering Corporation

MEX-R5

Power amplifier section

Outputs Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors)

Speaker impedance 4 – 8 ohms

Maximum power output 52 W

× 4 (at 4 ohms)

Wireless AV section

Transmission frequencies 2,414, 2,432, 2,450,

2,468 MHz

Modulation method

RF output power

FM modulation

–1.2 dBm (Except AEP,

UK, Russian models)

10 dBm

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

General

Outputs

Inputs

Tone controls

Loudness

Power requirements

Dimensions

Mounting dimensions

Mass

Supplied accessories

Front audio/video output terminals

Rear audio output terminal

Subwoofer output terminal

(mono)

Optical digital output terminal

Power antenna relay control terminal

Power amplifier control terminal

Telephone ATT control terminal

Illumination control terminal

BUS control input terminal

BUS audio input/AUX IN terminal

Parking break control terminal

Remote controller input terminal

Antenna input terminal

Bass:

±8 dB at 100 Hz

Treble:

±8 dB at 10 kHz

+8 dB at 100 Hz

+2 dB at 10 kHz

12 V DC car battery

(negative ground)

Approx. 178

× 50 × 182 mm

(7

(7

1

1

/

8

× 2 ×

/

4

× 2 1

1

/

4

in) (w/h/d)

Approx. 182

× 53 × 161 mm

/

8

× 6 3

/

8 in)

(w/h/d)

Approx. 1.3 kg (2 lb 14 oz)

Card remote commander

RM-X702 (E model)

RM-X703

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

RM-X704

(US, Canadian models)

Parts for installation and connections (1 set)

Front panel case (1)

Note

This unit cannot be connected to a digital preamplifier or an equalizer which is Sony BUS system compatible.

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

CAUTION

The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.

CAUTION

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

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.

This label is located on the bottom of the chassis.

CAUTION

:CLASS 1M VISIBLE/INVISIBLE LASER

RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.

DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.

This label is located on the drive unit's internal chassis

– US, Canadian models –

CAUTION

-

Laser radiation when open.

DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.

This label is located on the drive unit’s internal chassis.

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!

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.

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ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT

À LA SÉCURITÉ!

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 COM- POSANTS

QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT

DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS

PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.

SERVICING NOTES

...............................................

4

2.

GENERAL

...................................................................

7

3.

DISASSEMBLY

3-1.

Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 12

3-2.

Sub Panel Complete Assy ................................................ 12

3-3.

DVD Mechanism Deck (MG-612-187) ........................... 12

3-4.

MAIN Board, DC Fan (25

×

25) (M901) ........................ 13

3-5.

Chassis (T) Sub Assy ....................................................... 13

3-6.

Roller Arm Assy .............................................................. 14

3-7.

Chassis (OP-DVD) Complete Assy ................................. 14

3-8.

Chassis (OP-DVD) Sub Assy .......................................... 15

3-9.

LE Motor Assy (Loading) (M3) ...................................... 15

3-10. SERVO Board .................................................................. 16

3-11. Front Back Panel (LCD) .................................................. 16

3-12. BASE Board .................................................................... 17

3-13. Display Section ................................................................ 17

3-14. Bracket (Display) ............................................................ 18

3-15. Spring (S) ........................................................................ 18

4.

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

......................... 19

5.

DIAGRAMS

5-1.

Block Diagram – SERVO Section – ................................ 20

5-2.

Block Diagram – AUDIO Section – ................................ 21

5-3.

Block Diagram – MAIN Section – .................................. 22

5-4.

Printed Wiring Board

SERVO Section (1/2)

− .............

24

5-5.

Printed Wiring Boards

SERVO Section (2/2)

− ...........

25

5-6.

Schematic Diagram

SERVO Section (1/3)

−................

26

6-7.

Schematic Diagram

SERVO Section (2/3)

−................

27

6-8.

Schematic Diagram

SERVO Section (3/3)

−................

28

6-9.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (1/3) – .................. 29

5-10. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (2/3) – .................. 30

5-11. Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (3/3) – .................. 31

5-12. Printed Wiring Board

MAIN Section (1/2)

− ...............

32

5-13. Printed Wiring Boards

MAIN Section (2/2)

− .............

33

5-14. Printed Wiring Board

BASE Board

− ..........................

34

5-15. Schematic Diagram – BASE Board – ............................. 35

5-16. Printed Wiring Board

DISPLAY Board

− ....................

36

5-17. Schematic Diagram – DISPLAY Board – ....................... 37

5-18. Printed Wiring Board

PRESET Board

− ......................

38

5-19. Schematic Diagram – PRESET Board – ......................... 38

5-20. Printed Wiring Board

SUB Board

− .............................

39

5-21. Schematic Diagram – SUB Board – ................................ 39

6.

EXPLODED VIEWS

6-1.

General Section ............................................................... 58

6-2.

Front Panel Section ......................................................... 59

6-3.

DVD Mechanism Deck Section-1 (MG-612-187) .......... 60

6-4.

DVD Mechanism Deck Section-2 (MG-612-187) .......... 61

6-3.

DVD Mechanism Deck Section-3 (MG-612-187) .......... 62

7.

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

................................ 63

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SECTION 1

SERVICING NOTES

NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP

BLOCK OR BASE UNIT

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.

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.

NOTE FOR FLEXIBLE BOARD OF THE OPTICAL

PICK-UP

When connecting or disconnecting the flexible board of the optical pick-up to or from the CN2 of the SERVO board, follow the procedure given below.

Flexible board of the optical pick-up

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1 2 3

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 viscou-s (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.

MODEL IDENTIFICATION

Part Number

Region Code

– Bottom View –

SERVO board CN2

Figure 1

Note:

When soldering the short lands, solder within 5 seconds at the temperature of soldering iron below 300

°C.

Disconnection:

1. Solder the lands 3 and 2 to short.

2. Solder the lands 1 and 2 to short.

3. Disconnect the flexible board. (Unsolder the shorted lands)

Connection:

1. Make sure that the lands 1, 2, and 3 of the flexible board to be connected are soldered to short.

(*1)

2. Connect the flexible board to the CN2 of the SERVO board.

3. Unsolder the lands 1 and 2.

(*2)

4. Unsolder the lands 3 and 2.

(*2)

5. Make sure that the respective lands are open surely.

*1) If the lands concerned are not soldered to short, first solder the lands

3 and 2, and then lands 1 and 2 to short in this order.

*2) When unsoldering the lands, move the soldering iron in bottom to top direction in Figure 1 so that the solder runs away into the land 4

(solder reservoir) for easy unsoldering.

NOTE FOR OPERATION CHECK WITH THE BASE

BOARD DISCONNECTED

This set detects whether the front panel is opened or closed by using the S961 of the BASE board. If the BASE board is disconnected, the S961 is turned off (panel closed status) and the disc is not ejected.

To perform the disc ejecting operation with the BASE board disconnected, turn on the S961.

NOTE FOR REPLACING THE MOUNTED MAIN

BOARD

If the mounted MAIN board was replaced, be sure refer to Technical

News published separately.

Label indication

Signal format Region system

NTSC code

1

PAL

PAL

PAL

NTSC

2

5

3

4

Part No.

Destination

2-631-964-01 US, Canadian models

2-631-969-01 AEP, UK models

2-638-206-01 Russian model

2-634-525-01 E: PAL model

2-634-528-01 E: NTSC model

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EXTENSION CABLE AND SERVICE POSITION

When repairing or servicing this set, connect the jig (extension cable) as shown below.

• Connect the MAIN board (CN101) and the SERVO board

(CN3) with the extension cable (Part No. J-2502-094-1).

MAIN board

(CN101) extension cable

(Part No. J-2502-094-1)

SERVO board

(CN3)

MEX-R5

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MEX-R5

Playable discs

Format of discs

DVD VIDEO

DVD-R

*

(MP3/JPEG)

DVD-RW *

Video mode/VR mode

(MP3/JPEG)

DVD+R *

(MP3/JPEG)

DVD+RW *

(MP3/JPEG)

Video CD

Audio CD

CD-R

*

(MP3/JPEG)

CD-RW *

(MP3/JPEG)

* Discs that are not finalized cannot be played.

“DVD VIDEO,” “DVD-R,” “DVD-RW,”

“DVD+R,” and “DVD+RW” are trademarks.

DVD

A DVD contains both audio and visual data. A 12 cm disc can hold 7 times the amount of data contained in a CD-ROM, which equals to 4 consecutive hours of playing time (8 hours for double-sided discs). DVDs are divided into 4 types: single sided single layer, single sided double layer, double sided single layer, and double sided double layer.

Video CD (VCD)

A Video CD can contain both audio and visual data on a disc the same size as a regular Audio

CD. The playing time is 74 minutes for a standard 12 cm CD.

Audio CD

An Audio CD containing audio data. The playing time is 74 minutes for a standard 12 cm CD.

CD-Recordable (CD-R)

With a CD-R, you can edit audio data. You can write information on a CD-R only once.

CD-Rewritable (CD-RW)

With a CD-RW, you can edit audio data. You can write information on a CD-RW again and again.

CD-Extra

A CD-Extra has two sections (sessions) for audio and data respectively. You can only play the section of audio on this unit.

Notes

• This unit conforms to the PAL colour system. A disc recorded in a colour system other than PAL, such as

NTSC or SECAM, cannot be played.

• You can play DVD-Rs/DVD-RWs, DVD+Rs/

DVD+RWs and CD-Rs/CD-RWs designed for audio with this unit. However, depending on the recorded conditions, you cannot play some discs.

• You cannot play CD-Rs/CD-RWs, DVD-Rs/DVD-

RWs or DVD+Rs/DVD+RWs that are not finalized.

• Discs created in Packet Write format cannot be played.

• Recordable discs may not play back correctly if the ambient temperature is high.

• The discs listed below cannot be played on this unit:

– 8 cm discs

– CD-ROM (the data other than the MP3 or JPEG files)

– CD-G

– Photo-CD

– VSD (Video single disc)

– DVD-ROM (the data other than the MP3 or JPEG files)

– DVD-RAM

– DVD-Audio

– DVD+R DL (Dual Layer)

– Active-Audio (Data)

– CD-Extra (Data)

– Mixed CD

– SVCD (Super Video CD)

– CDV

– SACD (Super Audio CD)

Note on transparent discs

12 cm discs containing of only an inner 8 cm data portion (the rest is transparent) cannot be played on this unit.

Region code

This system is used to protect software copyrights.

The region code is located on the bottom of the unit, and only DVDs labelled with an identical region code can be played on this unit.

Region code

unit.

If you try to play any other DVD, the message

“Cannot play this disc.” will appear on the monitor screen. Depending on the DVD, no region code may be labelled even though playing the DVD is prohibited by area restrictions.

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SECTION 2

GENERAL

Location of controls and basic operations

Main unit

1 2 3 4 5 6

MEX-R5

This section is extracted from instruction manual.

7 8 9

ATT

Z

×

Z

SOUND

OPEN/CLOSE

DSO

EQ7

OFF

SEEK

0

SOURCE MODE

REP

1

SHUF

2

-

3

ALBM +

4 5

qa qs qd

OPEN/CLOSE shutter opened

qf

6

AF/TA

PICTURE

EQ

DVD

qg qh

(AEP, UK, Russian

qj

models)

qk ql w;

ATT

Z

×

Z

SOUND

SOURCE MODE

REP

1

SHUF

2

-

3

ALBM +

4 5

OFF

6

OPEN/CLOSE

DSO

AF/TA

PICTURE

EQ

EQ7

DVD

SEEK

Refer to the pages listed for details.

a

Volume +/– button

b

ATT (attenuate) button

c

Z

×

Z (Zone

×

Zone) button

d

SOUND button

e

Display window

f

EQ7 (equalizer) button

g

DSO button

h

OFF button

i

SEEK +/– button

Radio:

To tune in stations automatically (press); find a station manually (press and hold).

DVD/CD:

To skip chapters/tracks (press); fast-forward/ reverse a chapter/track (press and hold).

j

(front panel release) button

k

SOURCE button

l

MODE button

m

RESET button

(located behind the front panel) n

Number buttons

Radio:

To receive stored stations (press); store stations (press and hold).

CD/MD* 1 :

(1):

REP

(2):

SHUF

(3)

/

(4):

ALBM –/+

* 2

To skip albums (press); skip albums continuously (press and hold).

o

AF (Alternative Frequencies)/TA

(T raffic Announcement) button

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

DSPL button

(Except AEP, UK, Russian model)

p

PICTURE EQ button

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

SCRL button

(Except AEP, UK, Russian model)

To scroll the display items.

q

DVD

u

(play/pause) button

r

Receptor for the card remote commander

s

Disc slot

t Z

(eject) button

*1

When an MD changer is connected.

*2

When an MP3/JPEG is played and a changer is not connected.

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MEX-R5

Card remote commander

RM-X702 (E model),

RM-X703 (AEP, UK, Russian models),

RM-X704 (US, Canadian models)

5

6

7

8

9

1

2

3

4

OFF

ATT DVD

SRC MODE

TOP MENU

+

SOUND

SETUP

SYSTEM

MENU

LIST

ENTER

Z

×

Z

PICTURE

EQ DSO

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE

MENU

EQ7

AF

1

4

2

5

3

6

TA

+

0 qa qs qd qj qk ql w; wa qf qg qh ws

SYSTEM

MENU

LIST

Z

×

Z

PICTURE

EQ DSO

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE

EQ7

AF

1

4

7

CLEAR

8

0

2

5

3

6

9

PTY

DSPL

TA

+

VOL

wd wf wg

(AEP, UK,

Russian)

wh wj wk wl

a

OFF button

To power off/stop the source.

b

MODE button

To select the radio band (FM/MW/LW)/ select the unit* 1 .

c

SRC (SOURCE) button

To power on/change the source (Radio/DVD/

CD/MD* 2 /AUX* 3 ).

d

TOP MENU button

To display the top menu on a DVD.

e

SOUND button

To select sound items.

f

ENTER button

To complete a setting.

g

SETUP button

To display the Setup menu and Play mode menu.

h

SYSTEM MENU button

To enter the unit menu.

i

LIST/CAT button (US, Canadian models)

LIST button (AEP, UK, Russian, E models)

To list up.

j

ATT (attenuate) button

To attenuate the sound. To cancel, press again.

k

DVD

u

(play/pause) button

To start/pause playback.

l .

/

>

(previous/next; reverse/fastforward; station tuning) buttons

m

MENU button

To display the menu on a disc.

n <

/

,

(cursor) buttons

To move the cursor, or turn the pages.

o O

(RETURN) button

To return to the previous display, or previous operation.

p M

/

m

(cursor) buttons

To move the cursor.

q

PICTURE EQ button

To select the picture quality.

r

Z

×

Z (Zone

×

Zone) button

To switch the front/rear output.

s

AUDIO button

To change the audio output.

t

SUBTITLE button

To change the subtitle language.

u

Number buttons

v

CLEAR button

To cancel entered numbers.

w

DSO button

To select the DSO mode (1, 2, 3 or OFF).

The larger the number, the more enhanced the effect.

x

EQ7 (equalizer) button

To select an equalizer type (XPLOD,

VOCAL, CLUB, JAZZ, NEW AGE, ROCK,

CUSTOM or OFF).

y

A F (Alternative Frequencies) button

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

To set AF in RDS.

z

TA (Traffic Announcement) button

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

To set TA/TP in RDS.

wj

ANGLE button

To change the viewing angle.

wk

VOL (volume) +/– button

To adjust the volume.

wl

PTY DSPL button

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

T o select PTY in RDS; change display items.

DSPL button

(Except AEP, UK, Russian model)

*1

When a CD/MD changer is connected.

*2

When an MD changer is connected.

*3

When an optional Sony portable device is connected.

Note

If the unit is turned off and the display disappears, it cannot be operated with the card remote commander unless (SOURCE) on the main unit is pressed, or a disc is inserted to activate the unit first.

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MEX-R5

Cautions

• This unit is designed for negative earth 12 V DC operation only.

• Do not get the leads under a screw, or caught in moving parts (e.g. seat railing).

• Before making connections, turn the car ignition off to avoid short circuits.

• Connect the power connecting lead ʎ to the unit and speakers before connecting it to the auxiliary power connector.

Run all earth leads to a common earth point.

• Be sure to insulate any loose unconnected leads with electrical tape for safety.

Notes on the power supply lead (yellow)

• When connecting this unit in combination with other stereo components, the connected car circuit’s rating must be higher than the sum of each component’s fuse.

• When no car circuits are rated high enough, connect the unit directly to the battery.

Parts Iist (

ǭ)

• The numbers in the list are keyed to those in the instructions.

• The bracket ʌ and the protection collar ʒ are attached to the unit before shipping. Before mounting the unit, use the release keys ʑ to remove the bracket ʌ and the protection collar ʒ from the unit. For details, see “Removing the protection collar and the bracket (

Dz)” on the reverse side of the sheet.

Keep the release keys

ʑ

for future use as they are also necessary if you remove the unit from your car.

Caution

Handle the bracket ʌ carefully to avoid injuring your fi ngers.

Vorsichtsmaßnahmen

• Dieses Gerät ist ausschließlich für den Betrieb bei 12 V Gleichstrom

(negative Erdung) bestimmt.

• Achten Sie darauf, dass die Kabel nicht unter einer Schraube oder zwischen beweglichen Teilen wie z. B. in einer Sitzschiene eingeklemmt.

• Schalten Sie, bevor Sie irgendwelche Anschlüsse vornehmen, die

Zündung des Fahrzeugs aus, um Kurzschlüsse zu vermeiden.

• Verbinden Sie das Stromversorgungskabel ʎ mit dem Gerät und den

Lautsprechern, bevor Sie es mit dem Hilfsstromanschluss verbinden.

Schließen Sie alle Erdungskabel an einen gemeinsamen

Massepunkt an.

• Aus Sicherheitsgründen müssen alle losen, nicht angeschlossenen

Drähte mit Isolierband abisoliert werden.

Hinweise zum Stromversorgungskabel (gelb)

• Wenn Sie dieses Gerät zusammen mit anderen Stereokomponenten anschließen, muss der Autostromkreis, an den die Geräte angeschlossen sind, eine höhere Leistung aufweisen als die Summe der Sicherungen der einzelnen Komponenten.

• Wenn kein Autostromkreis eine so hohe Leistung aufweist, schließen

Sie das Gerät direkt an die Batterie an.

Teileliste (

ǭ)

• Die Nummern in der Liste sind dieselben wie im Erläuterungstext.

• Die Halterung ʌ und die Schutzumrandung ʒ werden vor dem

Ausliefern am Gerät angebracht. Bevor Sie das Gerät montieren, nehmen Sie die Halterung ʌ und die Schutzumrandung ʒ mithilfe der Löseschlüssel ʑ bitte vom Gerät ab. Einzelheiten dazu fi nden Sie unter „Abnehmen der Schutzumrandung und der Halterung (

Dz)“ auf der Rückseite dieses Blattes.

Bewahren Sie die Löseschlüssel

ʑ

für den späteren

Gebrauch auf. Sie werden z. B. benötigt, wenn Sie das ausbauen wollen.

Vorsicht

Seien Sie beim Umgang mit der Halterung ʌ vorsichtig, damit Sie sich nicht die Hände verletzen.

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Catch

Note

Before installing, make sure that the catches on both sides of the bracket

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are bent inwards 2 mm. If the catches are straight or bent outwards, the unit will not be installed securely and may spring out.

Connection example (

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Note (

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Be sure to connect the earth lead before connecting the amplifi er.

Tip (

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-B- )

For connecting two or more CD/MD changers, the source selector XA-C30

(optional) is necessary.

Connection diagram (

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To AMP REMOTE IN of an optional power amplifi er

This connection is only for amplifi ers. Connecting any other system may damage the unit.

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To the interface cable of a car telephone

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To the parking brake switch cord

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To auxiliary equipment such as portable audio player

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To a digital amplifi er or audio device

Connect the optical cable RC-104 (not supplied), etc., to a digital amplifi er or audio device equipped with a Dolby digital decoder.

Warning

If you have a power aerial without a relay box, connecting this unit with the supplied power connecting lead ʎ may damage the aerial.

Notes on the control power and suppy leads

The power aerial control lead (blue) supplies +12 V DC when you turn on

the tuner, or when you activate the AF (Alternative Frequency) or TA (Traffi c

Announcement) function.

When your car has built-in FM/MW/LW aerial in the rear/side glass, connect

the power aerial control lead (blue) or the accessory power input lead (red) to the power terminal of the existing aerial booster. For details, consult your dealer.

A power aerial without a relay box cannot be used with this unit.

Memory hold connection

When the yellow power input lead is connected, power will always be supplied to the memory circuit even when the ignition switch is turned off.

Notes on speaker connection

Before connecting the speakers, turn the unit off.

Use speakers with an impedance of 4 to 8 ohms, and with adequate power

handling capacities to avoid its damage.

Do not connect the speaker terminals to the car chassis, or connect the

terminals of the right speakers with those of the left speaker.

Do not connect the earth lead of this unit to the negative (–) terminal of the

speaker.

Do not attempt to connect the speakers in parallel.

Connect only passive speakers. Connecting active speakers (with built-in

amplifi ers) to the speaker terminals may damage the unit.

To avoid a malfunction, do not use the built-in speaker leads installed in

your car if the unit shares a common negative (–) lead for the right and left speakers.

Do not connect the unit’s speaker leads to each other.

Note on connection

If speaker and amplifi er are not connected correctly, “FAILURE” appears in the display. In this case, make sure the speaker and amplifi er are connected correctly.

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Verriegelung

Hinweis

Vergewissern Sie sich vor dem Installieren, dass die Verriegelungen an beiden Seiten der Halterung

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um 2 mm nach innen gebogen sind. Wenn die

Verriegelungen gerade oder nach außen gebogen sind, lässt sich das Gerät nicht sicher installieren und kann herausspringen.

Anschlussbeispiel (

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Hinweis (

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-A)

Schließen Sie unbedingt zuerst das Massekabel an, bevor Sie den Verstärker anschließen.

Tipp (

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-B- )

Zum Anschließen von zwei oder mehr CD/MD-Wechslern wird der gesondert erhältliche Signalquellenwähler XA-C30 benötigt.

Anschlussdiagramm (

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An AMP REMOTE IN des gesondert erhältlichen

Endverstärkers

Dieser Anschluss ist ausschließlich für Verstärker gedacht. Schließen Sie nichts anderes daran an. Andernfalls kann das Gerät beschädigt werden.

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An Schnittstellenkabel eines Autotelefons

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An die Parkbremsenschaltleitung

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An zusätzliches Gerät, wie z. B. tragbaren Audio-Player

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An digitalen Verstärker oder Audiogerät

Schließen Sie das optische Kabel RC-104 (nicht mitgeliefert) usw. an einen digitalen Verstärker oder ein Audiogerät an, das mit einem Dolby Digital-

Decoder ausgestattet ist.

Warnung

Wenn Sie eine Motorantenne ohne Relaiskästchen verwenden, kann durch Anschließen dieses Geräts mit dem mitgelieferten

Stromversorgungskabel ʎ die Antenne beschädigt werden.

Hinweise zu den Steuer- und Stromversorgungsleitungen

Die Motorantennen-Steuerleitung (blau) liefert +12 V Gleichstrom, wenn Sie

den Tuner einschalten oder die AF- (Alternativfrequenzsuche) oder die TA-

Funktion (Verkehrsdurchsagen) aktivieren.

Wenn das Fahrzeug mit einer in der Heck-/Seitenfensterscheibe integrierten

FM (UKW)/MW/LW-Antenne ausgestattet ist, schließen Sie die Motorantennen-

Steuerleitung (blau) oder die Zubehörstromversorgungsleitung (rot) an den

Stromversorgungsanschluss des vorhandenen Antennenverstärkers an.

Näheres dazu erfahren Sie bei Ihrem Händler.

Es kann nur eine Motorantenne mit Relaiskästchen angeschlossen werden.

Stromversorgung des Speichers

Wenn die gelbe Stromversorgungsleitung angeschlossen ist, wird der Speicher stets (auch bei ausgeschalteter Zündung) mit Strom versorgt.

Hinweise zum Lautsprecheranschluss

Schalten Sie das Gerät aus, bevor Sie die Lautsprecher anschließen.

Verwenden Sie Lautsprecher mit einer Impedanz zwischen 4 und 8 Ohm und

ausreichender Belastbarkeit. Ansonsten können die Lautsprecher beschädigt werden.

Verbinden Sie die Lautsprecheranschlüsse nicht mit dem Wagenchassis und

verbinden Sie auch nicht die Anschlüsse des rechten mit denen des linken

Lautsprechers.

Verbinden Sie die Masseleitung dieses Geräts nicht mit dem negativen (–)

Lautsprecheranschluss.

Versuchen Sie nicht, Lautsprecher parallel anzuschließen.

An die Lautsprecheranschlüsse dieses Geräts dürfen nur Passivlautsprecher

angeschlossen werden. Schließen Sie keine Aktivlautsprecher (Lautsprecher mit eingebauten Verstärkern) an, da das Gerät sonst beschädigt werden könnte.

Um Fehlfunktionen zu vermeiden, verwenden Sie nicht die im Fahrzeug

installierten, integrierten Lautsprecherleitungen, wenn am Ende eine gemeinsame negative (–) Leitung für den rechten und den linken Lautsprecher verwendet wird.

Verbinden Sie nicht die Lautsprecherkabel des Geräts miteinander.

Hinweis zum Anschließen

Wenn Lautsprecher und Verstärker nicht richtig angeschlossen sind, erscheint

„FAILURE“ im Display. Vergewissern Sie sich in diesem Fall, dass Lautsprecher und Verstärker richtig angeschlossen sind.

Précautions

• Cet appareil est conçu pour fonctionner sur un courant continu de

12 V avec masse négative.

• Evitez de coincer les câbles sous des vis ou dans des pièces mobiles

(par exemple, armature de siège).

• Avant d’effectuer des raccordements, éteignez le moteur pour éviter les courts-circuits.

• Branchez le cordon d’alimention ʎ sur l’appareil et les haut-parleurs avant de le brancher sur le connecteur d’alimentation auxiliaire.

Rassemblez tous les câbles de terre en un point de masse commun.

• Veillez à isoler tout câble non connecté avec du ruban isolant.

Remarques sur le câble d’alimentation (jaune)

• Lorsque cet appareil est raccordé à d’autres équipements stéréo, la valeur nominale des circuits du véhicule raccordés doit être supérieure

à la somme des fusibles de chaque élément.

• Si aucun circuit de la voiture n’est assez puissant, raccordez directement l’appareil à la batterie.

Liste des composants (

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• Les numéros de la liste correspondent à ceux des instructions.

• Le support ʌ et le tour de protection ʒ sont fi xés à l’appareil en usine. Avant le montage de l’appareil, utilisez les clés de déblocage ʑ pour détacher le support ʌ et le tour de protection ʒ de l’appareil.

Pour de plus amples informations, reportez-vous à la section « Retrait du tour de protection et du support ( Dz) » au verso de la feuille.

Conservez les clés de déblocage

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pour une utilisation ultérieure car vous en aurez également besoin pour retirer l’appareil de votre véhicule.

Avertissement

Manipulez le support ʌ avec soin pour éviter de vous blesser aux doigts.

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Loquet

Remarque

Avant l’installation, assurez-vous que les loquets des deux côtés du support

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sont bien pliés de 2 mm vers l’intérieur. Si les loquets sont droits ou pliés vers l’extérieur, l’appareil ne peut pas être fi xé solidement et peut se détacher.

Exemple de raccordement (

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Remarque (

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-A)

Raccordez d’abord le câble de mise à la masse avant de connecter l’amplifi cateur.

Conseil (

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-B- )

Dans le cas du raccordement de deux changeurs de CD/MD ou plus, le sélecteur de source XA-C30 (en option) est indispensable.

Schémas de raccordement (

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Au niveau du AMP REMOTE IN d’un amplifi cateur de puissance facultatif

Ce raccordement existe seulement pour les amplifi cateurs. Le raccordement

à tout autre système peut endommager l’appareil.

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Vers le cordon de liaison d’un téléphone de voiture

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Vers le cordon du capteur du frein à main

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Vers un appareil auxiliaire tel qu’un lecteur audio portatif

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Vers un amplifi cateur numérique ou un appareil audio

Raccordez le câble optique RC-104 (non fourni), etc., à un amplifi cateur numérique ou à un appareil audio doté d’un décodeur Dolby digital.

Avertissement

Si vous disposez d’une antenne électrique sans boîtier de relais, le branchement de cet appareil au moyen du cordon d’alimentation fourni ʎ risque d’endommager l’antenne.

Remarques sur les câbles de commande et d’alimentation

Le câble de commande (bleu) fournit du courant continu de + 12 V lorsque vous

mettez le tuner sous tension ou lorsque vous activez la fonction AF (fréquence alternative) ou TA (informations de circulation).

Lorsque votre voiture est équipée d’une antenne FM/MW (GO)/LW (PO)

intégrée dans la vitre arrière/latérale, raccordez le câble de commande d’antenne (bleu) ou l’entrée d’alimentation des accessoires (rouge) au bornier de l’amplifi cateur d’antenne existant. Pour plus de détails, consultez votre revendeur.

Une antenne électrique sans boîtier de relais ne peut pas être utilisée avec cet

appareil.

Raccordement pour la conservation de la mémoire

Lorsque le câble de commande d’antenne jaune est connecté, le circuit de la mémoire est alimenté en permanence même si la clé de contact est en position d’arrêt.

Remarques sur le raccordement des haut-parleurs

Avant de raccorder les haut-parleurs, mettre l’appareil hors tension.

Utiliser des haut-parleurs ayant une impédance de 4 à 8 ohms et une capacité

adéquate sous peine de les endommager.

Ne pas raccorder les bornes du système de haut-parleurs au châssis de la

voiture et ne pas connecter les bornes du haut-parleur droit à celles du hautparleur gauche.

Ne pas raccorder le câble de mise à la masse de cet appareil à la borne

négative (–) du haut-parleur.

• Ne pas tenter de raccorder les haut-parleurs en parallèle.

• Connecter uniquement des haut-parleurs passifs. La connexion de haut-parleurs actifs (avec des amplifi cateurs intégrés) aux bornes des haut-parleurs pourrait endommager l’appareil.

Pour éviter tout dysfonctionnement, n’utilisez pas les câbles des haut-parleurs

intégrés installés dans votre voiture si l’appareil dispose d’un câble négatif commun (–) pour les haut-parleurs droit et gauche.

Ne raccordez pas entre eux les cordons des haut-parleurs de l’appareil.

Remarque sur le raccordement

Si les enceintes et l’amplifi cateur ne sont pas raccordés correctement, le message « FAILURE » s’affi che. Dans ce cas, assurez-vous que les enceintes et l’amplifi cateur sont raccordés correctement.

Attenzione

• Questo apparecchio è stato progettato per l’uso solo a 12 V CC con massa negativa.

• Evitare che i cavi rimangano bloccati da una vite o incastrati nelle parti mobili (ad esempio nelle guide scorrevoli dei sedili).

• Prima di effettuare i collegamenti, spegnere il motore dell’automobile onde evitare di causare cortocircuiti.

• Collegare il cavo di collegamento dell’alimentazione ʎ all’apparecchio e ai diffusori prima di collegarlo al connettore di alimentazione accessoria.

Portare tutti i cavi di massa a un punto di massa comune.

• Per motivi di sicurezza, assicurarsi di isolare qualsiasi cavo non collegato utilizzando del nastro adesivo.

Note sul cavo di alimentazione (giallo)

• Se questo apparecchio viene collegato in combinazione con altri componenti stereo, la potenza nominale dei circuiti dell’automobile deve essere superiore a quella prodotta dalla somma dei fusibili di ciascun componente.

• Se la potenza nominale dei circuiti dell’automobile non è suffi ciente, collegare l’apparecchio direttamente alla batteria.

Elenco dei componenti (

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• I numeri nella lista corrispondono a quelli riportati nelle istruzioni.

• La staffa ʌ e la cornice di protezione ʒ vengono applicati all’unità in fabbrica. Prima di installare l’unità, utilizzare le chiavette di rilascio ʑ per rimuovere la staffa ʌ e la cornice di protezione ʒ dall’apparecchio. Per ulteriori informazioni, vedere “Rimozione della staffa e della cornice di protezione (

Dz)” sul lato opposto del foglio.

Conservare le chiavette di rilascio

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per un uso futuro in quanto sono necessarie per rimuovere l’unità dall’auto.

Attenzione

Maneggiare la staffa ʌ con cautela per evitare di ferirsi le mani.

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Fermo

Nota

Prima di installare l’unità, accertarsi di ripiegare i fermi presenti su entrambi i lati della staffa

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verso l’interno di 2 mm. Se i fermi sono diritti o ripiegati verso l’esterno, l’apparecchio non verrà installato in modo sicuro e potrebbe fuoriuscire.

Esempio di collegamento (

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Nota (

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Assicurarsi di collegare il cavo di terra prima di collegare l’apparecchio all’amplifi catore.

Suggerimento (

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-B- )

Per collegare due o più cambia CD/MD, è necessario utilizzare il selettore di fonte

XA-C30 (opzionale).

Schema di collegamento (

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A AMP REMOTE IN di un amplifi catore di potenza opzionale

Questo collegamento è riservato esclusivamente agli amplifi catori.

Non collegare un tipo di sistema diverso onde evitare di causare danni all’apparecchio.

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Al cavo di interfaccia di un telefono per auto

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Al cavo di commutazione del freno a mano

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All’apparecchio ausiliare, quale ad esempio un lettore audio portatile

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Ad un amplifi catore digitale o dispositivo audio

Collegare il cavo ottico RC-104 (non in dotazione) e simili ad un amplifi catore digitale o ad un dispositivo audio dotato di decodifi catore Dolby Digital.

Avvertenza

Quando si collega l’apparecchio con il cavo di collegamento dell’alimentazione in dotazione ʎ, si potrebbe danneggiare l’antenna elettrica se questa non dispone di scatola a relè.

Note sui cavi di controllo e di alimentazione

Il cavo (blu) di controllo dell’antenna elettrica fornisce alimentazione pari a +12

V CC quando si attiva il sintonizzatore oppure la funzione TA (notiziario sul traffi co) o AF (frequenza alternativa).

Se l’automobile è dotata di antenna FM/MW/LW incorporata nel vetro

posteriore/laterale, collegare il cavo (blu) di controllo dell’antenna elettrica o il cavo (rosso) di ingresso dell’alimentazione accessoria al terminale di alimentazione del preamplifi catore dell’antenna esistente. Per ulteriori informazioni, consultare il proprio fornitore.

Non è possibile usare un’antenna elettrica senza scatola a relè con questo

apparecchio.

Collegamento per la conservazione della memoria

Quando il cavo di ingresso alimentazione giallo è collegato, viene sempre fornita alimentazione al circuito di memoria anche quando l’interruttore di accensione è spento.

Note sul collegamento dei diffusori

Prima di collegare i diffusori spegnere l’apparecchio.

Usare diffusori di impedenza compresa tra 4 e 8 ohm e con capacità di potenza

adeguata, altrimenti i diffusori potrebbero venire danneggiati.

Non collegare i terminali del sistema diffusori al telaio dell’auto e non collegare i

terminali del diffusore destro a quelli del diffusore sinistro.

Non collegare il cavo di terra di questo apparecchio al terminale negativo (–) del

diffusore.

Non collegare i diffusori in parallelo.

Assicurarsi di collegare soltanto diffusori passivi, poiché il collegamento

di diffusori attivi, dotati di amplifi catori incorporati, ai terminali dei diffusori potrebbe danneggiare l’apparecchio.

Per evitare problemi di funzionamento, non utilizzare i cavi dei diffusori

incorporati installati nell’automobile se l’apparecchio condivide un cavo comune negativo (–) per i diffusori destro e sinistro.

Non collegare fra loro i cavi dei diffusori dell’apparecchio.

Nota sui collegamenti

Se l’amplifi catore e il diffusore non sono collegati correttamente, “FAILURE” viene visualizzato nel display. In tal caso, accertarsi che l’amplifi catore e il diffusore siano collegati correttamente.

Let op

• Dit apparaat is ontworpen voor gebruik op een auto-accu van 12 V gelijkstroom, negatief geaard.

• Zorg ervoor dat de draden niet onder een schroef of tussen bewegende onderdelen (b.v. zetelrail) terechtkomen.

• Voordat u de aansluitingen maakt, moet u het contact uitzetten om kortsluiting te vermijden.

• Sluit het netsnoer ʎ aan op het apparaat en de luidsprekers voordat u het aansluit op de hulpvoedingsaansluiting.

Sluit alle aarddraden op een gemeenschappelijk aardpunt aan.

• Voorzie niet aangesloten draden om veiligheidsredenen altijd van isolatietape.

Opmerkingen bij de voedingskabel (geel)

• Wanneer u dit apparaat aansluit samen met andere componenten, moet het vermogen van de aangesloten autostroomkring groter zijn dan de som van de zekeringen van elke component afzonderlijk.

• Wanneer het vermogen ontoereikend is, moet u het apparaat rechtstreeks aansluiten op de accu.

Onderdelenlijst (

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• De nummers in de afbeelding verwijzen naar die in de instructies.

• De beugel ʌ en de beschermende rand ʒ worden bevestigd op het apparaat voordat dit wordt verzonden. Voordat u het apparaat plaatst, moet u de ontgrendelingssleutels ʑ gebruiken om de beugel ʌ en de beschermende rand ʒ te verwijderen van het apparaat. Zie "De beschermende rand en de beugel verwijderen ( Dz)" aan de achterzijde van dit vel voor meer informatie.

Bewaar de ontgrendelingssleutels

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voor toekomstig gebruik omdat u deze ook nodig hebt om het apparaat uit de auto te verwijderen.

Let op

Houd de beugel ʌ voorzichtig vast zodat u uw vingers niet verwondt.

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Greep

Opmerking

Voordat u het apparaat installeert, moet u de grepen aan beide zijden van de beugel

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2 mm naar binnen buigen. Als de grepen recht zijn of naar buiten gebogen, kan het apparaat niet goed worden bevestigd en kan dit losschieten.

Voorbeeldaansluitingen (

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Opmerking (

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Sluit eerst de aarddraad aan voordat u de versterker aansluit.

Tip (

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-B- )

Om twee of meer CD/MD-wisselaars aan te sluiten, hebt u de geluidsbronkiezer

XA-C30 (optioneel) nodig.

Aansluitschema (

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Naar AMP REMOTE IN van een optionele eindversterker

Deze aansluiting is alleen bedoeld voor versterkers. Door een ander systeem aan te sluiten kan het apparaat worden beschadigd.

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Naar het interface-snoer van een autotelefoon

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Naar het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem

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Naar randapparatuur, zoals een draagbare audiospeler

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Naar een digitale versterker of audioapparaat

Sluit de optische kabel RC-104 (niet bijgeleverd) aan op een digitale versterker of audioapparaat met een Dolby digital decoder.

Waarschuwing

Indien u een elektrische antenne hebt zonder relaiskast, kan het aansluiten van deze eenheid met het bijgeleverde netsnoer ʎ de antenne beschadigen.

Opmerkingen over de bedienings- en voedingskabels

• De antennevoedingskabel (blauw) levert +12 V gelijkstroom wanneer u de tuner inschakelt of de AF (Alternative Frequency) of TA (Traffi c Announcement) functie activeert.

• Wanneer uw auto is uitgerust met een FM/MW/LW-antenne in de achterruit/ zijruit, moet u de antennevoedingskabel (blauw) of de hulpvoedingskabel

(rood) aansluiten op de voedingsingang van de bestaande antenneversterker.

Raadpleeg uw dealer voor meer details.

• Met dit apparaat is het niet mogelijk een automatische antenne zonder relaiskast te gebruiken.

Instandhouden van het geheugen

Zolang de gele stroomdraad is aangesloten, blijft de stroomvoorziening van het geheugen intact, ook wanneer het contact van de auto wordt uitgeschakeld.

Opmerkingen betreffende het aansluiten van de luidsprekers

• Zorg dat het apparaat is uitgeschakeld, alvorens de luidsprekers aan te sluiten.

• Gebruik luidsprekers met een impedantie van 4 tot 8 Ohm en let op dat die het vermogen van de versterker kunnen verwerken. Als dit wordt verzuimd, kunnen de luidsprekers ernstig beschadigd raken.

• Verbind in geen geval de aansluitingen van de luidsprekers met het chassis van de auto en sluit de aansluitingen van de rechter- en linkerluidspreker niet op elkaar aan.

• Verbind de aarddraad van dit apparaat niet met de negatieve (–) aansluiting van de luidspreker.

• Probeer nooit de luidsprekers parallel aan te sluiten.

• Sluit geen actieve luidsprekers (met ingebouwde versterkers) aan op de luidspreker-aansluiting van dit apparaat. Dit zal leiden tot beschadiging van de actieve luidsprekers. Sluit dus altijd uitsluitend luidsprekers zonder ingebouwde versterker aan.

• Om defecten te vermijden mag u de bestaande luidsprekerbedrading in uw auto niet gebruiken wanneer er een gemeenschappelijke negatieve (–) draad is voor de rechter- en linkerluidsprekers.

• Verbind de luidsprekerdraden niet met elkaar.

Opmerking over aansluiten

Als de luidspreker en versterker niet correct zijn aangesloten, wordt "FAILURE" in het display weergegeven. In dit geval moet u zorgen dat de luidspreker en versterker correct zijn aangesloten.

A

Front monitor system

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1

Frontmonitorsystem

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1

Système du moniteur avant

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Monitor anteriore

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Monitorsysteem voor

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1

B

FRONT VIDEO/

AUDIO OUT

Rear monitor system

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1

Heckmonitorsystem

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1

Système du moniteur arrière

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1

Monitor posteriore

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1

Monitorsysteem achter

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1

XVM-F65WL

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not supplied nicht mitgeliefert non fourni non in dotazione niet bijgeleverd

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2

Wireless transmission

Drahtlose Übertragung

Transmission sans fi l

Trasmissione senza fi li

Draadloze overdracht

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SUB OUT

(MONO)

REAR

AUDIO OUT

Front monitor system

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Frontmonitorsystem

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Système du moniteur avant

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Monitor anteriore

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Monitorsysteem voor

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BUS AUDIO IN

FRONT VIDEO/

AUDIO OUT

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not supplied nicht mitgeliefert non fourni non in dotazione niet bijgeleverd

* 2

Wireless transmission

Drahtlose Übertragung

Transmission sans fi l

Trasmissione senza fi li

Draadloze overdracht

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not supplied nicht mitgeliefert non fourni non in dotazione niet bijgeleverd

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2

Wireless transmission

Drahtlose Übertragung

Transmission sans fi l

Trasmissione senza fi li

Draadloze overdracht

BUS CONTROL IN

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2

Rear monitor system

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1

Heckmonitorsystem

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1

Système du moniteur arrière

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1

Monitor posteriore

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1

Monitorsysteem achter

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XVM-F65WL

Front monitor system

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1

Frontmonitorsystem

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1

Système du moniteur avant

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1

Monitor anteriore

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Monitorsysteem voor

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BUS AUDIO IN

Source selector

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Signalquellenwähler

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Sélecteur de source

*

1

Selettore di fonte

*

1

Geluidsbronkiezer

*

1

XA-C30

BUS CONTROL IN

FRONT VIDEO/

*

2

AUDIO OUT

Rear monitor system

*

1

Heckmonitorsystem

*

1

Système du moniteur arrière

*

1

Monitor posteriore

*

1

Monitorsysteem achter

*

1

XVM-F65WL

9 9

MEX-R5

(AEP, UK, Russian models)

Rear monitor system

Heckmonitorsystem

Système du moniteur arrière

Monitor posteriore

Monitorsysteem achter

*

2

*

3

*

1

from car aerial von Autoantenne de l’antenne de la voiture dall’antenna dell’auto van een auto-antenne

XVM-F65WL (not supplied)

XVM-F65WL (nicht mitgeliefert)

XVM-F65WL (non fourni)

XVM-F65WL (non in dotazione)

XVM-F65WL (niet bijgeleverd)

*

5

ʍ

*

5

SUB OUT (MONO)

DIGITAL OUT

REAR

AUDIO OUT

FRONT AUDIO OUT

FRONT VIDEO OUT

BUS AUDIO IN

/AUX IN

*

7

ʏ

Fuse (10 A)

Sicherung (10 A)

Fusible (10 A)

Fusibile (10 A)

Zekering (10 A)

*

4

Optical cable RC-104 (not supplied)

Optisches Kabel RC-104 (nicht mitgeliefert)

Câble optique RC-104 (non fourni)

Cavo ottico RC-104 (non in dotazione)

Optische kabel RC-104 (niet bijgeleverd)

Max. supply current 0.3 A max. Versorgungsstrom 0,3 A

Blue/white striped

Blauweiß gestreift

Courant d’alimentation maximum 0,3 A

Alimentazione massima fornita 0,3 A

Rayé bleu/blanc

Rigato blu e bianco

Max. voedingsstroom 0,3 A

AMP REM Blauw/wit gestreept

ATT

ʐ*

6

Light blue

Hellblau

Bleu ciel

Azzurro

Lichtblauw

Light green

Hellgrün

Vert clair

Verde chiaro

Lichtgroen

See “Power connection diagram” on the reverse side for details.

Näheres dazu fi nden Sie im „Stromanschlussdiagramm“. Blättern

Sie dazu bitte um.

Voir le « Schéma de raccordement d’alimentation » au verso pour plus de détails.

Per ulteriori informazioni, vedere “Diagramma dei collegamenti di alimentazione” che si trova sul retro.

Zie "Voedingsaansluitschema" op de achterkant voor meer details.

ʎ

*

5

Supplied with XA-C30

Mit dem XA-C30 geliefert

Fourni avec le XA-C30

In dotazione con il modello

XA-C30

Geleverd met de XA-C30

REMOTE

IN

BUS

CONTROL IN

*

8

Front monitor system

Frontmonitorsystem

Système du moniteur avant

Monitor anteriore

Monitorsysteem voor

Connection box

Anschlussdose

Boîtier de raccordement

Scatola di connessione

Verbindingsdoos

Source selector

(not supplied)

Signalquellenwähler

(nicht mitgeliefert)

Sélecteur de source

(non fourni)

Selettore di fonte

(non in dotazione)

Geluidsbronkiezer

(niet bijgeleverd)

XA-C30

4

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel continuous power supply permanente Stromversorgung alimentation continue alimentazione continua continu voeding

5

6

Blue

Blau

Bleu

Blu

Blauw power aerial control

Motorantennensteuerung antenne électrique comando dell’antenna elettrica automatische antenne

Orange/White

Orangeweiß gestreift

Rayé orange/ blanc

Arancione/ bianco

Oranje/wit switched illumination power supply geschaltete

Beleuchtungsstromversorgung alimentation de l’éclairage commuté alimentazione illuminazione commutata geschakelde voeding voor verlichting

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Black

Schwarz

Noir

Nero

Zwart

Monitor

Monitor

Moniteur

Monitor

Monitor

Supplied with the CD/MD changer

Mit dem CD/MD-Wechsler geliefert

Fourni avec le changeur de CD/MD

In dotazione con il cambia CD/MD

Geleverd met de CD/MD-wisselaar from the car’s power connector vom Stromanschluss des Fahrzeugs du connecteur d’alimentation de la voiture dal connettore di alimentazione dell’auto van de autovoedingsstekker

7

8

4

5

6

7

8 switched power supply geschaltete Stromversorgung alimentation commutée alimentazione commutata geschakelde voeding earth

Masse masse terra aarding

Positions 1, 2 and 3 do not have pins.

An Position 1, 2 und 3 befi nden sich keine Stifte.

Les positions 1, 2 et 3 ne comportent pas de broches.

Le posizioni 1, 2 e 3 non hanno piedini.

De posities 1, 2 en 3 hebben geen pinnen.

* 1

Note for the aerial connecting

If your car aerial is an ISO (International

Organization for Standardization) type, use the supplied adaptor

ʍ

to connect it.

First connect the car aerial to the supplied adaptor, then connect it to the aerial jack of the master unit.

*

*

2

3

Wireless transmission

Interference or audio noise may occur, depending how and where the transmitter is positioned. If interference occurs, change the channel or reposition the transmitter. For details, see “Adjusting unit menu items”/“Troubleshooting” in the supplied Operating Instructions.

* 4

For details on connecting the optical cable and the optical adapter, see the

*

5

* 6

“When making a digital connection ( DZ )

on the reverse side.

RCA pin cord (not supplied)

For details on connecting to the parking brake switch cord, and attaching the tap

*

7 ʐ

, see “Connecting the parking brake

cord ( ǰ )” on the reverse side.

If you connect an optional CD/MD changer, you cannot use AUX IN terminal.

* 8

Insert with the cord upwards.

*

1

* 2

Hinweis zum Anschließen der Antenne

Wenn Ihre Fahrzeugantenne der

ISO-Norm (ISO = International

Organization for Standardization

- Internationale Normungsgemeinschaft) entspricht, schließen Sie sie mithilfe des mitgelieferten Adapters

ʍ

an. Verbinden

Sie zuerst die Fahrzeugantenne mit dem mitgelieferten Adapter und verbinden Sie diesen dann mit der Antennenbuchse des

Hauptgeräts.

Drahtlose Übertragung

* 3

Je nachdem, wie und wo der Sender installiert wird, kann es zu Interferenzen oder Störgeräuschen kommen. Wenn

Interferenzen auftreten, wechseln

Sie den Kanal oder ändern Sie die Position des Senders. Nähere

Erläuterungen fi nden Sie unter

„Einstellen von Systemmenüoptionen“/

„Störungsbehebung“ in der mitgelieferten

Bedienungsanleitung.

* 4

Informationen zum Anschließen des optischen Kabels und des optischen

Adapters fi nden Sie unter „Wenn Sie eine

Digitalverbindung vornehmen wollen (

DZ

)

auf der Rückseite.

* 5

Cinchkabel (nicht mitgeliefert)

* 6

Informationen zum Anschließen der

Parkbremsenschaltleitung und zum

Anbringen des Kontaktstücks

ʐ

fi nden Sie unter „Anschließen der

Parkbremsenleitung ( ǰ )“ auf der

Rückseite.

* 7

Wenn ein gesondert erhältlicher CD/MD-

Wechsler angeschlossen ist, kann der

Anschluss AUX IN nicht verwendet

*

8

werden.

Mit dem Kabel nach oben einsetzen.

*

*

*

* 4

Pour plus de détails sur le raccordement

*

*

5

6

Cordon à broche RCA (non fourni)

Pour plus de détails sur le raccordement du cordon du capteur du frein à main et de la fi xation de la dérivation

*

7 ʐ

, reportez-vous à la section

« Raccordement du cordon du frein à

main ( ǰ

) » au verso.

Si vous raccordez un changeur de

CD/MD en option, vous ne pouvez pas utiliser la borne AUX IN.

* 8

Insérez avec le câble vers le haut.

*

*

*

1

2

3

1

2

3

Remarque sur le raccordement de l’antenne

Si votre antenne de voiture est de type

ISO (Organisation internationale de normalisation), utilisez l’adaptateur fourni

ʍ

pour la raccorder. Raccordez d’abord l’antenne de voiture à l’adaptateur fourni et, ensuite, à la prise d’antenne de l’appareil principal.

Transmission sans fi l

Des interférences ou des parasites sonores peuvent être occasionnés selon l’endroit où l’émetteur est positionné et son installation. Si des interférences se produisent, changez de canal ou repositionnez l’émetteur. Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section

« Réglages des paramètres de menu de l’appareil »/« Dépannage » du mode d’emploi.

du câble optique et de l’adaptateur optique, reportez-vous à la section « En

cas de raccordement numérique ( DZ ) »

au verso.

Nota per il collegamento dell’antenna

Se l’antenna dell’auto è di tipo

ISO (International Organization for

Standardization), utilizzare l’adattatore

ʍ

in dotazione per collegarla. Collegare prima l’antenna della macchina all’adattatore in dotazione, quindi collegarla alla presa dell’antenna dell’apparecchio principale.

Trasmissione senza fi li

In base alla posizione del trasmettitore,

è possibile che si verifi chino interferenze o disturbi dell’audio. Se si verifi cano interferenze, cambiare canale o riposizionare il trasmettitore. Per ulteriori informazioni, consultare le sezioni relative alla “Regolazione delle voci di menu dell’apparecchio”/“Guida alla soluzione dei problemi” nelle Istruzioni per l’uso in dotazione.

* 4

Per ulteriori informazioni sulle modalità di collegamento del cavo ottico e dell’adattatore ottico, vedere

“Collegamento digitale (

DZ

)” sul lato

opposto.

* 5

Cavo a piedini RCA (non in dotazione)

* 6

Per ulteriori informazioni sulle modalità di collegamento del cavo di commutazione del freno a mano e di installazione del dispositivo di accoppiamento

ʐ

, vedere la sezione relativa al “Collegamento

del cavo del freno a mano ( ǰ )” sul lato

opposto.

*

7

Se viene collegato un cambia CD/MD opzionale, non è possibile utilizzare il terminale AUX IN.

* 8

Inserire con il cavo rivolto verso l’alto.

* 1

Opmerking bij de antenne-aansluiting

Indien uw auto is uitgerust met een antenne van het type ISO (International

Organization for Standardization), moet u die aansluiten met behulp van de bijgeleverde adapter

ʍ

. Sluit eerst de auto-antenne aan op de bijgeleverde adapter en vervolgens de

*

2

*

3

antennestekker op het hoofdtoestel.

Draadloze overdracht

Er kan storing of ruis in het geluid optreden, afhankelijk van hoe en waar de zendeenheid is geplaatst.

Als er storing optreedt, wijzigt u het kanaal of verplaatst u de zendeenheid.

Raadpleeg "Items in het apparaatmenu aanpassen"/"Problemen oplossen" in de bijgeleverde Gebruiksaanwijzing voor

*

4

meer informatie.

Zie "Een digitale aansluiting maken (

DZ

)"

op de achterkant voor meer informatie over het aansluiten van de optische kabel en de optische adapter.

* 5

Tulpstekkersnoer (niet bijgeleverd)

* 6 Zie "Parkeerremkabel aansluiten ( ǰ )"op

de achterkant voor meer informatie over het aansluiten op het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem en het bevestigen van het

* 7

verbindingselement

ʐ

.

Als u een optionele CD/MD-wisselaar aansluit, kunt u de AUX IN aansluiting niet gebruiken.

* 8

Plaatsen met het snoer naar boven.

1 3 5 7 from the car’s speaker connector vom Lautsprecheranschluss des Fahrzeugs du connecteur de haut-parleur de la voiture dal connettore del diffusore dell’auto van de autoluidsprekerstekker

1

2

3

4

Purple

Violett

Mauve

Viola

Paars

Grey

Grau

Gris

Grigio

Grijs

+

+

Speaker, Rear, Right

Lautsprecher hinten rechts

Haut-parleur, arrière, droit

Diffusore, posteriore, destro

Luidspreker, achter, rechts

Speaker, Rear, Right

Lautsprecher hinten rechts

Haut-parleur, arrière, droit

Diffusore, posteriore, destro

Luidspreker, achter, rechts

Speaker, Front, Right

Lautsprecher vorne rechts

Haut-parleur, avant, droit

Diffusore, anteriore, destro

Luidspreker, voor, rechts

Speaker, Front, Right

Lautsprecher vorne rechts

Haut-parleur, avant, droit

Diffusore, anteriore, destro

Luidspreker, voor, rechts

5

6

7

8

Green

Grün

Vert

Verde

Groen

Negative polarity positions 2, 4, 6, and 8 have striped leads.

An den negativ gepolten Positionen 2, 4, 6 und 8 befi nden sich gestreifte Adern.

Les positions de polarité négative 2, 4, 6 et 8 sont dotées de cordons rayés.

Le posizioni a polarità negativa 2, 4, 6 e 8 hanno cavi rigati.

De posities voor negatieve polariteit (2, 4, 6 en 8) hebben gestreepte kabels.

White

Weiß

Blanc

Bianco

Wit

+

+

2 4 6 8

Speaker, Front, Left

Lautsprecher vorne links

Haut-parleur, avant, gauche

Diffusore, anteriore, sinistro

Luidspreker, voor, links

Speaker, Front, Left

Lautsprecher vorne links

Haut-parleur, avant, gauche

Diffusore, anteriore, sinistro

Luidspreker, voor, links

Speaker, Rear, Left

Lautsprecher hinten links

Haut-parleur, arrière, gauche

Diffusore, posteriore, sinistro

Luidspreker, achter, links

Speaker, Rear, Left

Lautsprecher hinten links

Haut-parleur, arrière, gauche

Diffusore, posteriore, sinistro

Luidspreker, achter, links

(Except AEP, UK, Russian model)

*

3

REAR

AUDIO OUT

FRONT AUDIO OUT

*

3

Rear monitor system

Système de moniteur arrière

XVM-F65WL

(not supplied)

XVM-F65WL

(non fourni)

FRONT VIDEO OUT

Left

Gauche

*

1

*

2 from car antenna

à partir de l’antenne de la voiture

*

3

SUB OUT (MONO)

DIGITAL OUT

*

4 Optical cable RC-104 (not supplied)

Câble optique RC-104 (non fourni)

Blue/white striped

Rayé bleu/blanc

AMP REM

Max. supply current 0.3 A

Courant max. fourni 0,3 A

BUS AUDIO IN

/AUX IN

*

5

Supplied with XA-C30

Fourni avec le XA-C30

ʎ

REMOTE

IN

*

6

Fuse (10 A)

Fusible (10 A)

ʍ

BUS

CONTROL IN

Black

Noir

Blue

Bleu

White

Blanc

White/black striped

Rayé blanc/noir

Light blue

Bleu ciel

Right

Droit

Gray

Gris

Gray/black striped

Rayé gris/noir

Orange/white striped

Rayé orange/blanc

Red

Rouge

Left

Gauche

Green

Vert

Green/black striped

Rayé vert/noir

Yellow

Jaune

Right

Droit

Front monitor system

Système de moniteur avant

Source selector

(not supplied)

Selector de source

(non fourni)

XA-C30

Supplied with the CD/MD changer

Fourni avec le changeur de CD/MD

ANT REM

Max. supply current 0.1 A

Courant max. fourni 0,1 A

ATT

ILLUMINATION

Purple

Mauve

Light green

Vert clair

Purple/black striped

Rayé mauve/noir

* 1

* 2

Wireless transmisson

Interference or audio noise may occur, depending how and where the transmitter is positioned. If interference occurs, change the channel or reposition the transmitter. For details, see “Adjusting unit menu items”/

“Troubleshooting” in the supplied Operating

Instructions.

* 3

RCA pin cord (not supplied)

* 4

For details on connecting the optical cable and the optical adapter, see the “When making a digital connection” on the reverse side.

* 5

If you connect an optional CD/MD changer, you cannot use AUX IN terminal.

* 6

* 7

Insert with the cord upwards.

For details on connecting to the parking brake switch cord, and attaching the tap

ʏ

, see

“Connecting the parking brake cord” on the reverse side.

* 1

* 2

Transmission sans fil

Des interférences ou des parasites sonores peuvent être occasionnés selon l’endroit où l’émetteur est positionné et son installation.

Si des interférences se produisent, changez de canal ou repositionnez l’émetteur.

Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section « Réglage des options de menu de l’appareil »/« Dépannage » du mode d’emploi.

* 3

* 4

Cordon à broche RCA (non fourni)

Pour plus de détails sur le raccordement du câble optique et de l’adaptateur optique, reportez-vous à la section « Avec un raccordement numérique » au verso.

* 5

Si vous raccordez un changeur de CD/MD en option, vous ne pouvez pas utiliser la borne

AUX IN.

* 6

Insérez avec le câble vers le haut.

* 7

Pour obtenir davantage d’informations sur le raccordement au cordon du capteur du frein

à main et sur la fi xation du raccordement

ʏ

, reportez-vous à la section « Raccordement du cordon du frein à main » au verso.

Monitor

Moniteur

ʏ*

7

MEX-R5

10 10

MEX-R5

Foot brake type

Fußbremse

Type pédale de frein

Freno a pedale

Type voetrem

Parking brake switch cord

Parkbremsenschaltleitung

Cordon du capteur du frein

à main

Cavo di commutazione del freno a mano

Schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem

Hand brake type

Handbremse

Type frein à main

Freno a mano

Type handrem

Parking brake switch cord

Parkbremsenschaltleitung

Cordon du capteur du frein à main

Cavo di commutazione del freno a mano

Schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem

Using the tap

Das Kontaktstück

Utilisation de la dérivation

Uso del dispositivo di accoppiamento

Het verbindingselement gebruiken

Parking brake switch cord

Parkbremsenschaltleitung

Cordon du capteur du frein à main

Cavo di commutazione del freno a mano

Schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem

ʐ j

Parking cord (Light green) of

ʎ

Parkleitung (hellgrün) von

ʎ

Cordon du frein à main (vert clair)

ʎ

Cavo del freno a mano (verde chiaro) di

ʎ

Parkeerremkabel (lichtgroen) van

ʎ

1

A

ʌ

182 mm

53 m m

2

(OFF)

Claws

Klammern

Griffes

Morsetti

Klemhaken

B

3

(Except US, Canadian models) (Except AEP, UK, Russian models)

ʒ

Dashboard

Armaturenbrett

Tableau de bord

Cruscotto

Dashboard

ʌ

Fire wall

Motorraumtrennwand

Paroi ignifuge

Parete tagliafi amma

Brandschot

A

TOYOTA

ʒ

max. size

5

u

8 mm

( 7 /

32

u

11 /

32

in)

Dimensions

( max. 5

u

8 mm

7 /

32

u

11 /

32

po) to dashboard/center console vers le tableau de bord/la console centrale

ʓ

ʔ

Bracket

Support

ʒ

( max. size

5

(

7

/

u

8 mm

32

u

11

/

32

in)

Dimensions max. 5

u

8 mm

7 /

32

u

11 /

32

po)

Bracket

Support

Existing parts supplied with your car

Pièces existantes fournies avec la voiture

B

NISSAN

ʒ

max. size

5

u

8 mm

( 7 /

32

u

11 /

32

in)

Dimensions max. 5

(

7

/

32

u

11

/

u

8 mm

32

po)

Bracket

Support to dashboard/center console vers le tableau de bord/la console centrale

Bracket

Support

Existing parts supplied with your car

Pièces existantes fournies avec la voiture

ʒ

( max. size

5

u

7 /

32

8 mm

u

11 /

32

in)

Dimensions max. 5

u

8 mm

(

7

/

32

u

11

/

32

po)

Optical cable RC-104 (not supplied)

Optisches Kabel RC-104 (nicht mitgeliefert)

Câble optique RC-104 (non fourni)

Cavo ottico RC-104 (non in dotazione)

Optische kabel RC-104 (niet bijgeleverd)

1

ʒ ʑ

Orient the release key correctly.

Richten Sie den Löseschlüssel korrekt aus.

Orientez correctement la clé de déblocage.

Orientare la chiavetta di rilascio nel modo corretto.

Plaats de ontgrendelingssleutel op de juiste manier.

j

2

ʌ ʑ

Face the hook inwards.

Der Haken muss nach innen weisen.

Tournez le crochet vers l’intérieur.

Con il gancetto rivolto verso l’interno.

Het haakje moet naar binnen wijzen.

j j

Auxiliary power connector may vary depending on the car. Check your car’s auxiliary power connector diagram three basic types (illustrated below). You may need to

Auxiliary power connector may vary depending on the stereo’s power connecting lead.

to make sure the connections match correctly. There are

Diagramma dei collegamenti di alimentazione

seconda della macchina. Controllare il diagramma del per essere sicuri che i collegamenti corrispondano per essere sicuri che i collegamenti corrispondano

Dopo aver fatto corrispondere i collegamenti e sotto). Potrà essere necessario cambiare le posizioni dei supply leads correctly, connect the unit to the car’s power supply. If you have any questions and problems

Der Hilfsstromanschluss kann je nach Fahrzeugtyp unterschiedlich sein. Sehen Sie im Hilfsstromanl’apparecchio all’alimentazione della macchina. Se si hanno domande o se sorgono problemi che non sono

De hulpvoedingsaansluiting kan verschillen afhankelijk van de auto. Controleer het voedingsaansluitschema

Mounting the unit in a Japanese car (

Dz)

You may not be able to install this unit in some makes of Japanese cars. In such a case, consult your Sony dealer.

Note

To prevent malfunction, install only with the supplied screws

ʒ

.

MEX-R5

Precautions

• Choose the installation location carefully so that the unit will not interfere with normal driving operations.

• Avoid installing the unit in areas subject to dust, dirt, excessive vibration, or high temperature, such as in direct sunlight or near heater ducts.

• Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.

Mounting angle adjustment

Adjust the mounting angle to less than 45°.

Connecting the parking brake cord (

ǰ)

Be sure to connect the parking cord (Light green) of ʎ to the parking brake switch cord. The mounting position of the parking brake switch cord depends on your car. Consult your car dealer or your nearest Sony dealer for further details.

Using the tap

Attach the tap ʐ to the end of the parking cord (Light green) of ʎ and the parking brake switch cord.

Note

If the parking brake switch cord is too thin, connect the parking cord (Light green) of

ʎ

to the parking brake switch cord directly without using the tap

ʐ

.

When making a digital connection (

DZ)

When connecting to a digital amplifi er or audio device equipped with a

Dolby digital decoder, connect the optical cable to the DIGITAL OUT on the back panel.

Notes

Do not bend the optical cable too much. If it is bent in an arc of less than 10 cm

in diameter, sound may not be reproduced.

Be sure to use an optical cable (not supplied) designed for Sony car audio

systems.

Make sure the optical cable does not get compressed or constricted in any way

by surrounding objects.

Never let the coupler parts of the connectors get scratched or become

contaminated with dirt.

Removing the protection collar and the bracket (

Dz)

Before installing the unit, remove the protection collar and the bracket

ʌ

from the unit.

ʒ

1

Remove the protection collar

ʒ

.

ɗ Engage the release keys ʑ together with the protection collar ʒ.

ɘ Pull out the release keys ʑ to remove the protection collar ʒ.

2

Remove the bracket

ʌ

.

ɗ Insert both release keys ʑ together between the unit and the bracket ʌ until they click.

ɘ Pull down the bracket ʌ, then pull up the unit to separate.

Mounting example (

dz)

Installation in the dashboard

Notes

Bend these claws outward for a tight fi t, if necessary ( dz

Make sure that the 4 catches on the protection collar ʒ

in the slots of the unit ( dz -3).

-2).

are properly engaged

How to detach and attach the front panel

(

Ǵ)

Before installing the unit, detach the front panel.

Ǵ

-A To detach

Before detaching the front panel, be sure to press ŨƎƅƅũ. Press , and pull it off towards you.

Ǵ

-B To attach

Engage part ʦ of the front panel with part ʧ of the unit, as illustrated, and push the left side into position until it clicks.

Warning if your car’s ignition has no

ACC position

After turning the ignition off, be sure to press and hold

ŨƎƅƅũ

on the unit until the display disappears.

Otherwise, the display does not turn off and this causes battery drain.

RESET button (

ǵ)

When the installation and connections are completed, be sure to press the RESET button with a ballpoint pen, etc., after detaching the front panel.

Sicherheitshinweise

• Wählen Sie den Einbauort sorgfältig so aus, dass das Gerät beim

Fahren nicht hinderlich ist.

• Bauen Sie das Gerät so ein, dass es keinen hohen Temperaturen

(keinem direkten Sonnenlicht, keiner Warmluft von der Heizung), keinem Staub, keinem Schmutz und keinen starken Vibrationen ausgesetzt ist.

• Für eine sichere Befestigung verwenden Sie stets die mitgelieferten

Montageteile.

Hinweis zum Montagewinkel

Das Gerät sollte in einem Winkel von weniger als 45° montiert werden.

Anschließen der Parkbremsenleitung

(

ǰ)

Die Parkleitung (hellgrün) von ʎ muss unbedingt an die

Parkbremsenschaltleitung angeschlossen werden. Die Montageposition der Parkbremsenschaltleitung ist von Fahrzeugmodell zu

Fahrzeugmodell unterschiedlich. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie bei

Ihrem Fahrzeughändler oder Ihrem Sony-Händler.

Das Kontaktstück

Verbinden Sie das Kontaktstück ʐ mit dem Ende der Parkleitung

(hellgrün) von ʎ und der Parkbremsenschaltleitung.

Hinweis

Ist die Parkbremsenschaltleitung zu dünn, verbinden Sie die Parkleitung (hellgrün) von

ʎ

direkt mit der Parkbremsenschaltleitung, ohne das Kontaktstück

ʐ

zu benutzen.

Wenn Sie eine Digitalverbindung vornehmen wollen (

DZ)

Wenn Sie einen digitalen Verstärker oder ein Audiogerät anschließen wollen, das mit einem Dolby Digital-Decoder ausgestattet ist, verbinden

Sie das optische Kabel mit DIGITAL OUT an der Rückseite.

Hinweise

Biegen Sie das optisches Kabel nicht zu stark. Der minimal zulässige

Krümmungsradius beträgt 10 cm. Bei kleinerem Krümmungsradius wird möglicherweise kein Ton ausgegeben.

Verwenden Sie unbedingt ein optisches Kabel (nicht mitgeliefert), das für

Autoanlagen von Sony geeignet ist.

Achten Sie darauf, dass das optisches Kabel nicht durch andere Teile

gequetscht oder eingeklemmt wird.

Die Steckerteile des Anschlusses dürfen unter keinen Umständen verkratzt oder

verschmutzt werden.

Abnehmen der Schutzumrandung und der

Halterung (

Dz)

Nehmen Sie vor dem Installieren des Geräts die

Schutzumrandung

ʒ

und die Halterung

ʌ

vom Gerät ab.

1

Entfernen Sie die Schutzumrandung

ʒ

.

ɗ Setzen Sie beide Löseschlüssel ʑ an der Schutzumrandung ʒ an.

ɘ Ziehen Sie die Schutzumrandung ʒ mithilfe der

Löseschlüssel ʑ heraus.

2

Entfernen Sie die Halterung

ʌ

.

ɗ Führen Sie beide Löseschlüssel ʑ zwischen dem Gerät und der Halterung ʌ ein, bis sie mit einem Klicken einrasten.

ɘ Ziehen Sie die Halterung ʌ nach unten und das Gerät nach oben, um die beiden zu trennen.

Montagebeispiel (

dz)

Installation im Armaturenbrett

Hinweise

Falls erforderlich, biegen Sie diese Klammern für einen sicheren Halt nach

außen ( dz -2).

Achten Sie darauf, die 4 Verriegelungen an der Schutzumrandung ʒ

korrekt in

die Aussparungen am Gerät einzusetzen ( dz -3).

Abnehmen und Anbringen der Frontplatte

(

Ǵ)

Nehmen Sie die Frontplatte vor dem Einbau des Geräts ab.

Ǵ

-A Abnehmen

Schalten Sie das Gerät vor dem Abnehmen der Frontplatte unbedingt mit

ŨƎƅƅũ aus. Drücken Sie und ziehen Sie sie auf sich zu heraus.

Ǵ

-B Anbringen

Setzen Sie Teil ʦ der Frontplatte wie abgebildet an Teil ʧ am Gerät an und drücken Sie dann die linke Seite hinein, bis sie mit einem Klicken einrastet.

Warnhinweis, wenn die Zündung

Ihres Fahrzeugs nicht über eine

Zubehörposition (ACC oder I) verfügt

Nachdem Sie die Zündung ausgeschaltet haben, halten

Sie am Gerät unbedingt

ŨƎƅƅũ

ausgeblendet wird.

gedrückt, bis die Anzeige

Andernfalls wird die Anzeige nicht ausgeschaltet und der Autobatterie wird Strom entzogen.

Taste RESET (

ǵ)

Wenn Sie das Gerät eingebaut und alle Anschlüsse vorgenommen haben, müssen Sie die Frontplatte abnehmen und mit einem Kugelschreiber oder einem anderen spitzen Gegenstand die Taste RESET drücken.

Précautions

• Choisir soigneusement l’emplacement de l’installation afi n que l’appareil ne gêne pas la conduite normale du véhicule.

• Eviter d’installer l’appareil dans un endroit exposé à de la poussière, de la saleté, des vibrations violentes ou à des températures élevées, comme en plein soleil ou à proximité d’un conduit de chauffage.

• Pour garantir un montage sûr, n’utiliser que le matériel fourni.

Réglage de l’angle de montage

Ajuster l’inclinaison à un angle inférieur à 45°.

Raccordement du cordon du frein à main

(

ǰ)

Veillez à raccorder le cordon du frein (vert clair) ʎ au cordon du capteur du frein à main. La position de montage du cordon du capteur du frein à main varie selon la voiture. Consultez votre concessionnaire automobile ou votre revendeur Sony le plus proche pour obtenir plus de détails.

Utilisation de la dérivation

Raccordez la dérivation ʐ à l’extrémité du cordon du frein (vert clair) ʎ au cordon du capteur du frein à main.

Remarque

Si le cordon du capteur du frein à main est trop fi n, raccordez le cordon du frein

(vert clair)

ʎ

dérivation

ʐ

au cordon du capteur du frein à main directement sans utiliser la

.

En cas de raccordement numérique (

DZ)

Lorsque vous raccordez un amplifi cateur numérique ou un appareil audio doté d’un décodeur Dolby digital, raccordez le câble optique à la prise DIGITAL OUT située sur le panneau arrière.

Remarques

Ne pliez pas trop le câble optique. S’il est plié selon un arc inférieur à 10 cm de

diamètre, il est possible qu’aucun son ne soit émis.

Veillez à utiliser un câble optique (non fourni) compatibles avec les systèmes

audio pour automobiles de Sony.

Vérifi ez que le câble optique n’est pas trop compressé ou gêné de quelque

façon que ce soit par les objets environnants.

Faites en sorte que les parties du coupleur des connecteurs ne soient jamais

érafl ées ou souillées.

Retrait du tour de protection et du support (

Dz)

Avant d’installer l’appareil, retirez le tour de protection

ʒ

le support

ʌ

de l’appareil.

et

1

Enclenchez le tour de protection

ʒ

.

ɗ Enclenchez les clés de déblocage ʑ simultanément dans le tour de protection ʒ.

ɘ Tirez sur la clé de déblocage ʑ pour retirer le tour de protection ʒ.

2

Retirez le support

ʌ

.

ɗ Insérez les deux clés de déblocage ʑ simultanément entre l’appareil et le support ʌ jusqu’au déclic indiquant qu’elles sont en place.

ɘ Tirez le support ʌ vers le bas, puis tirez l’appareil vers le haut pour les séparer.

Exemple de montage (

dz)

Installation dans le tableau de bord

Remarques

Pliez ces griffes vers l’extérieur pour assurer une prise correcte si nécessaire

( dz -2).

Assurez-vous que les 4 loquets du tour de protection ʒ

sont correctement

insérés dans les fentes de l’appareil ( dz -3).

Retrait et fi xation de la façade (

Ǵ)

Avant d’installer l’appareil, déposez la façade.

Ǵ

-A Pour la retirer

Avant de déposer la façade, n’oubliez pas d’appuyer sur

ŨƎƅƅũ.

Appuyez ensuite sur , puis faites glisser la façade vers vous.

Ǵ

-B Pour la fi xer

Fixez la partie ʦ de la façade sur la partie ʧ de l’appareil, tel qu’illustré, puis poussez sur le côté gauche jusqu’au déclic indiquant qu’il est en position.

Avertissement au cas où le contact de votre voiture ne dispose pas d’une position ACC

Après avoir coupé le moteur, n’oubliez pas de maintenir la touche

ŨƎƅƅũ

de l’appareil enfoncée jusqu’à ce que l’affi chage disparaisse.

Sinon, l’affi chage n’est pas désactivé et la batterie se décharge.

Touche RESET (

ǵ)

Une fois que l’installation et les raccordements sont terminés, retirez la façade et appuyez sur le bouton RESET à l’aide d’un stylo à bille ou d’un autre objet pointu.

Precauzioni

• Scegliere con attenzione la posizione per l’installazione in modo che l’apparecchio non interferisca con le operazioni di guida del conducente.

• Evitare di installare l’apparecchio dove sia soggetto ad alte temperature, come alla luce solare diretta o al getto di aria calda dell’impianto di riscaldamento, o dove possa essere soggetto a polvere, sporcizia e vibrazioni eccessive.

• Usare solo il materiale di montaggio in dotazione per un’installazione stabile e sicura.

Regolazione dell’angolo di montaggio

Regolare l’angolo di montaggio in modo che sia inferiore a 45°.

Collegamento del cavo del freno a mano

(

ǰ)

Assicurarsi di collegare il cavo del freno a mano (verde chiaro) di ʎ al cavo di commutazione del freno a mano dell’auto. La posizione di montaggio del cavo di commutazione del freno a mano varia in base all’auto. Per ulteriori informazioni, consultare l’autoconcessionaria di fi ducia o il più vicino rivenditore Sony.

Uso del dispositivo di accoppiamento

Applicare il dispositivo di accoppiamento ʐ all’estremità del cavo del freno a mano (verde chiaro) di ʎ e del cavo di commutazione del freno a mano.

Nota

Se il cavo di commutazione del freno a mano è troppo sottile, collegare direttamente il cavo del freno a mano (verde chiaro) di

ʎ

al cavo di commutazione del freno a mano senza utilizzare il dispositivo di accoppiamento

ʐ

.

Collegamento digitale (

DZ)

Durante il collegamento a un amplifi catore digitale o a un apparecchio audio dotato di decodifi catore Dolby Digital, collegare il cavo ottico alla presa DIGITAL OUT sul pannello posteriore.

Note

Non piegare eccessivamente il cavo ottico. Se il cavo viene piegato a formare

un cerchio di diametro inferiore a 10 cm, è possibile che l’audio non venga riprodotto.

Assicurarsi di utilizzare un cavo ottico (non in dotazione) progettato per le

autoradio Sony.

Assicurarsi che il cavo ottico non venga compresso in alcun modo da oggetti

circostanti.

Evitare che le parti di accoppiamento dei connettori vengano graffi ate o

contaminate da sporcizia.

Rimozione della staffa e della cornice di protezione (

Dz)

Prima di installare l’apparecchio, rimuovere la cornice di protezione

ʒ

e la staffa

ʌ

dall’apparecchio.

1

Rimuovere la cornice di protezione

ʒ

.

ɗ Inserire le chiavette di rilascio ʑ nella cornice di protezione ʒ.

ɘ Per rimuovere la cornice di protezione ʒ estrarre le chiavette di rilascio ʑ.

2

Rimuovere la staffa

ʌ

.

ɗ Inserire contemporaneamente entrambe le chiavette di rilascio ʑ tra l’apparecchio e la staffa ʌ fi no a che non scattano in posizione.

ɘ Estrarre la staffa ʌ, quindi sollevare l’apparecchio per rimuoverlo.

Esempio di montaggio (

dz)

Installazione nel cruscotto

Note

Piegare verso l’esterno questi morsetti per un’installazione più sicura, se

necessario ( dz

-2).

Assicurarsi che i 4 fermi sulla cornice di protezione ʒ

siano correttamente

inseriti negli alloggiamenti dell’apparecchio ( dz

-3).

Come rimuovere e reinserire il pannello anteriore (

Ǵ)

Prima di installare l’apparecchio rimuovere il pannello anteriore.

Ǵ

-A Per rimuoverlo

Prima di rimuovere il pannello anteriore, premere

ŨƎƅƅũ. Premere , quindi tirare verso di sé il pannello anteriore.

Ǵ

-B Per reinserirlo

Posizionare la sezione ʦ del pannello anteriore sulla sezione ʧ dell’apparecchio, come illustrato, quindi premere il lato sinistro fi no a farlo scattare in posizione.

Avvertenza relativa all’installazione su un’auto sprovvista della posizione

ACC (accessoria) sul blocchetto di accensione

Dopo avere spento il motore, assicurarsi di tenere premuto

ŨƎƅƅũ

sull’apparecchio fi nché il display non scompare.

Diversamente, il display non viene disattivato e questo potrebbe causare lo scaricamento della batteria.

Tasto RESET (

ǵ)

Una volta completate le procedure di installazione e i collegamenti, accertarsi di premere il tasto RESET con una penna a sfera o un oggetto simile dopo avere rimosso il pannello anteriore.

Voorzorgsmaatregelen

• Kies de installatieplaats zorgvuldig zodat het apparaat de bestuurder niet hindert tijdens het rijden.

• Installeer het apparaat niet op plaatsen waar het blootgesteld wordt aan hoge temperaturen, b.v. in direct zonlicht of bij de warme luchtstroom van de autoverwarming, aan sterke trillingen, of waar het in contact komt met veel stof of vuil.

• Gebruik voor het veilig en stevig monteren van het apparaat uitsluitend de bijgeleverde montage-onderdelen.

Maximale montagehoek

Installeer het apparaat nooit onder een hoek van meer dan 45° met het horizontale vlak.

Parkeerremkabel aansluiten (

ǰ)

Sluit de parkeerremkabel (lichtgroen) van ʎ aan op het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem. De plaats waar het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem moet worden geplaatst, is afhankelijk van de auto. Raadpleeg de autohandelaar of de dichtstbijzijnde Sony-handelaar voor meer informatie.

Het verbindingselement gebruiken

Maak het verbindingselement ʐ vast aan het uiteinde van de parkeerremkabel (lichtgroen) van ʎ en het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem.

Opmerking

Als het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem te dun is, verbindt u de parkeerremkabel

(lichtgroen) van

ʎ

rechtstreeks met het schakelsnoer van de parkeerrem zonder het verbindingselement

ʐ

te gebruiken.

Een digitale aansluiting maken (

DZ)

Als u het apparaat aansluit op een digitale versterker of audioapparaat met een Dolby digital decoder, sluit u de optische kabel aan op

DIGITAL OUT op het achterpaneel.

Opmerkingen

Buig de optische kabel niet te veel. Als de kabel in een boog met een diameter

van minder dan 10 cm wordt gebogen, wordt er wellicht geen geluid meer geproduceerd.

Zorg ervoor dat u een optische kabel gebruikt (niet bijgeleverd) die ontworpen

zijn voor car audiosystemen van Sony.

Controleer of de optische kabel niet bekneld of belemmerd wordt door

omringende objecten.

Zorg ervoor dat de koppelstukken van de aansluitingen nooit bekrast worden of

vervuild raken.

De beschermende rand en de beugel verwijderen (

Dz)

Voordat u het apparaat gaat installeren, moet u de beschermende rand

ʒ

apparaat.

en de beugel

ʌ

verwijderen van het

1

Verwijder de beschermende rand

ʒ

.

ɗ Bevestig de ontgrendelingssleutels ʑ op de beschermende rand ʒ.

ɘ Trek de ontgrendelingssleutels ʑ naar u toe om de beschermende rand ʒ te verwijderen.

2

Verwijder de beugel

ʌ

.

ɗ Plaats de ontgrendelingssleutels ʑ tussen het apparaat en de beugel ʌ tot deze vastklikken.

ɘ Trek de beugel ʌ omlaag en trek het apparaat omhoog om deze van elkaar te scheiden.

Montagevoorbeeld (

dz)

Montage in het dashboard

Opmerkingen

• Indien nodig kunt u deze klemhaken ombuigen voor een steviger bevestiging

( dz -2).

• De 4 grepen op de beschermende rand

ʒ

moeten goed in de sleuven van het

apparaat zijn geplaatst ( dz -3).

Het voorpaneel verwijderen en bevestigen (

Ǵ)

Verwijder het voorpaneel voordat u begint met de installatie.

Ǵ

-A Verwijderen

Voordat u het voorpaneel verwijdert, moet u eerst op ŨƎƅƅũ drukken.

Druk vervolgens op de toets en trek het voorpaneel naar u toe.

Ǵ

-B Bevestigen

Bevestig deel ʦ van het voorpaneel op deel ʧ van het apparaat, zoals in de afbeelding wordt weergegeven, en druk op de linkerkant van het voorpaneel tot dit vastklikt.

Waarschuwing als het contactslot van de auto geen ACC-positie heeft

Als de motor is uitgeschakeld, moet u op

ŨƎƅƅũ

drukken en deze toets ingedrukt houden tot de weergave verdwijnt.

Als u dit niet doet, wordt de weergave niet uitgeschakeld en raakt de accu uitgeput.

RESET-toets (

ǵ)

Als u de installatie en aansluitingen hebt voltooid, moet u met een puntig voorwerp, zoals de punt van een balpen, op RESET drukken nadat u het voorpaneel hebt verwijderd.

Ihres Fahrzeugs. Wenn beim Anschließen des

Geräts Fragen oder Probleme auftreten, die in dieser

d’alimentation

suivant le type de voiture. Vérifi ez le schéma du pour vous assurer que les connexions correspondent. Il auto. Indien u nog vragen of problemen hebt in verband met het aansluiten van het apparaat die niet in deze handleiding vermeld staan, moet u de autohandelaar raadplegen.

11 abordées dans le présent mode d’emploi, consultez votre concessionnaire automobile.

à l’alimentation de la voiture. Si vous avez des questions ou des diffi cultés à propos de cet appareil qui ne sont pas abordées dans le présent mode d’emploi, consultez votre concessionnaire automobile.

Auxiliary power connector

Hilfsstromanschluss

Connecteur d’alimentation auxiliaire

Connecteur d’alimentation auxiliaire

Connettore di alimentazione accessoria

Hulpvoedingsaansluiting

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Gelb

4

4

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel alimentation continue alimentazione continua permanente Stromversorgung alimentation continue alimentazione continua continu voeding

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

7

7

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Gelb

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood alimentation commutée alimentazione commutata geschaltete Stromversorgung alimentation commutée alimentazione commutata geschakelde voeding

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

4

4

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel

Gelb

Jaune switched power supply

Giallo geschaltete Stromversorgung

Geel alimentation commutée alimentazione commutata geschakelde voeding geschaltete Stromversorgung alimentation commutée alimentazione commutata geschakelde voeding

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

7

7

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Geel

Gelb

Jaune continuous power supply

Giallo permanente Stromversorgung

Geel alimentation continue alimentazione continua continu voeding permanente Stromversorgung alimentation continue alimentazione continua continu voeding

Red

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Rot

Rouge

Rosso

Rood

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Yellow

Gelb

Jaune

Giallo

Gelb Gelb the car without ACC position

Fahrzeug ohne Zubehörposition (ACC)

Geel

Véhicule sans position ACC

Jaune

Giallo

Geel

Auto priva della posizione ACC the car without ACC position

Fahrzeug ohne Zubehörposition (ACC)

Véhicule sans position ACC

Auto priva della posizione ACC

Auto zonder ACC-positie

11

MEX-R5

This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

SECTION 3

DISASSEMBLY

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET (GENERAL SECTION)

3-2. SUB PANEL COMPLETE ASSY

(Page 12)

3-3. DVD MECHANISM DECK (MG-612-187)

(Page 12)

3-5. CHASSIS (T) SUB ASSY

(Page 13)

3-4. MAIN BOARD, DC FAN (25

×

25) (M901)

(Page 13)

3-10. SERVO BOARD

(Page 16)

3-6. ROLLER ARM ASSY

(Page 14)

3-7. CHASSIS (OP-DVD) COMPLETE ASSY

(Page 14)

3-8. CHASSIS (OP-DVD) SUB ASSY

(Page 15)

3-9. LE MOTOR ASSY (LOADING) (M3)

(Page 15)

SET (FRONT PANEL SECTION)

3-11. FRONT BACK PANEL (LCD)

(Page 16)

3-12. BASE BOARD

(Page 17)

3-13. DISPLAY SECTION

(Page 17)

3-14. BRACKET (DISPLAY)

(Page 18)

3-15. SPRING (S)

(Page 18)

MEX-R5

Note:

Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

3-2. SUB PANEL COMPLETE ASSY

2 two bosses

5 two claws

1 screw

(PTT 2.6

×

6)

3 cover

2 two bosses

4 two screws

(PTT 2.6

×

6)

3-3. DVD MECHANISM DECK (MG-612-187)

7 dust protection sheet

5 two claws

6 sub panel complete assy

6 bracket (CD)

8 DVD mechanism deck

(MG-612-187)

2 connector

(CN3)

1 screw

(PTT 2.6

×

6)

4 two screws

(PTT 2.6

×

6)

5 shield (mecha)

3 two screws

(P 1.7

×

2.5)

1 screw

(PTT 2.6

×

6)

12 12

MEX-R5

3-4. MAIN BOARD, DC FAN (25

×

25) (M901)

9 three ground point screws

(PTT 2.6

×

6) q;

MAIN board qa insulating sheet

7 connection cord

(RF)

5 connector

(CN902)

4 connector

(CN701)

6 screw

(PTT 2.6

×

8)

8 two screws

(PTT 2.6

×

8)

3 DC fan (25

×

25)

(M901)

2 connector

1 two screws

(PS 2.6

×

14)

(CN901)

3-5. CHASSIS (T) SUB ASSY

1 two screws

(P 1.7

×

2.2)

3 claw qs chassis (CD)

1 two screws

(P 1.7

×

2.2)

5 chassis (T) sub assy

4

SENSOR borad

2 claw

13

MEX-R5

3-6. ROLLER ARM ASSY

3 washer (1.1-2.5)

4 gear (RA1)

1 spring (RAL)

5 roller arm assy

2 spring (RAR)

3-7. CHASSIS (OP-DVD) COMPLETE ASSY

8 qa chassis (OP-DVD) complete assy

14

2 q; compression spring (damper)

4 washer

5 gear (LE1) lever (D)

6 motor flexible board

(CN1)

9 two compression springs (damper)

7 slider (R)

3 tension spring (KF)

1 OP flexible board

(CN2)

3-8. CHASSIS (OP-DVD) SUB ASSY

2 chucking arm sub assy

1 tension coil spring (CHKG)

MEX-R5

3 chassis (OP-DVD) sub assy

3-9. LE MOTOR ASSY (LOADING) (M3)

q; gear (LE) assy qd two screws

(M 1.4) qa two screws

(M 1.7

×

2.5) qf LE motor assy

(loading) (M3) qg bracket (LEM-N)

8 screw

(M 1.7

×

2.5)

9 bearing (LEB-N)

2 washer

3 gear (LE1) lever (D)

4 qs

7 leaf spring

(LE)

6 screw

(P 1.7

×

2.2)

1 Remove the two solders of the

LE motor assy lead wires.

5 slider (R)

15

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3-10. SERVO BOARD

4 screw

(P 1.7

×

2.2)

3 motor flexible board

(CN1)

2 OP flexible board

(CN2)

1 Remove the two solders.

4 screw

(P 1.7

×

2.2)

6

SERVO board

1 Remove the three solders.

5 four claws

3-11. FRONT BACK PANEL (LCD)

2 two claws

1 two screws

(P 2

×

8)

2 three claws

1 two screws

(P 2

×

8)

2 two claws

2 three claws

3 front back panel (LCD)

16

3-12. BASE BOARD

2 flexible flat (6 core) cable

(CN903)

4

BASE board

1

3 flexible flat (12 core) cable

(CN902)

MEX-R5

3-13. DISPLAY SECTION

Note for assembly

After installing to the front panel assy, make sure the spring is not off from the dowel.

4 display section

3 front panel assy

2 two screws

(B P-TITE M2)

Note for assembly

After installing to the front panel assy, make sure the spring is not off from the dowel.

1 Raise the preset assy up in the arrowed direction.

17

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3-14. BRACKET (DISPLAY)

2 spring (M)

3 bracket (display)

1 spring (M)

3-15. SPRING (S)

18

5 spring (S)

3

Take off the spring from the dowel on preset assy side.

display (SV) assy

Note for assembly display (SV) assy dowel spring (S)

4 spring (S) preset assy

Make sure the spring is not off from the dowel.

1

Raise the preset assy

up in the arrowed direction.

display (SV) assy dowel spring (S)

2 Take off the spring from the dowel on preset assy side.

Put preset assy back in the arrowed direction.

preset assy

Make sure the spring is not off from the dowel.

MEX-R5

SERVO SECTION

SECTION 4

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

If any of the following parts was replaced, perform the “IOP Check” and “E, F Signal Offset Adjustment” as mentioned below.

Optical pick-up block (chassis (OP-DVD) complete assy or chassis (OP-DVD) sub assy)

Mounted SERVO board

SERVO board: IC4

R29, R30, R40, R41, R43, R44

R53, R54, R57, R58, R65, R69

RV1, RV2

Precaution

Use the following tools and measuring devices.

• Extension jig (Part No. : J-2502-094-1) between the SERVO board and the MAIN board

• DVD test disc TDV-540C (Part No. : 7-819-098-53)

• CD test disc PATD-012 (Part No. : 4-225-203-01)

• Digital voltmeter

• Oscilloscope

• Accessory remote commander

RM-X702 (E model)

RM-X703 (AEP, UK, Russian models)

RM-X704 (US, Canadian models)

E, F SIGNAL OFFSET ADJUSTMENTS

Connection:

oscilloscope

(DC range)

SERVO board

TP (E), TP (F)

TP (AGND)

+

Procedure:

1. Connect an oscilloscope to TP (E) and TP (AGND) on the

SERVO board.

2. In the standby status, press the [4] key of the remote commander.

3. Press the [5] key of the remote commander.

4. Press the [7] key of the remote commander for more than two seconds.

5. When the test mode is selected, a peep sound is generated and the LCD display becomes 6-digit hexadecimal number indication.

(*1)

6. Playback the CD test disc (PATD-012).

7. Press the

P key of the remote commander.

8. Adjust the RV2 on the SERVO board so that waveform level of oscilloscope becomes between 2.75 and 2.80 V as follows.

E Signal Waveform:

IOP CHECK

Connection:

digital voltmeter

0 V level: 2.75 to 2.80 Vp-p

SERVO board

TP (IOPDVD), TP (IOPCD)

TP (A5V)

+

Procedure:

1. Check the IOP value of DVD and CD by label on the optical pick-up.

Optical Pick-up Label:

KHS-340B

*******

$$$###

9. Connect an oscilloscope to TP (F) and TP (AGND) on the

SERVO board.

10. Adjust the RV1 on the SERVO board so that waveform level of oscilloscope becomes between 2.75 and 2.80 V as follows.

F Signal Waveform:

0 V level: 2.75 to 2.80 Vp-p

CD IOP value

DVD IOP value

2. Connect a digital voltmeter to TP (IOPDVD) and TP (A5V) on the SERVO board.

3. Playback the DVD test disc (TDV-540C), and make a note of the value of digital voltmeter.

4. Divide the measured voltage value by 16.5, and convert it into current value.

5. Check that the calculated value is within

±6 mA to the IOP value given on the label.

6. Connect a digital voltmeter to TP (IOPCD) and TP (A5V) on the SERVO board.

7. Playback the CD test disc (PATD-012), and make a note of the value of digital voltmeter.

8. Divide the measured voltage value by 16.5, and convert it into current value.

9. Check that the calculated value is within

±6 mA to the IOP value given on the label.

11. Press the [RESET] button on the MAIN board, release the test mode.

*1) In the TEST mode, if any abnormality occurred in the operation, for instance, by pressing a wrong key, press the [RESET] button on the

MAIN board to reset the operation once, and then retry the operation.

Adjustments Location:

– SERVO Board (Side B) –

RV2

E Signal Offset Adjustment

TP (F)

TP (E)

RV1

F Signal Offset Adjustment

TP (IOPCD)

TP (IOPDVD)

TP (A5V)

TP (AGND)

19 19

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MEX-R5

SECTION 5

DIAGRAMS

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM – SERVO Section –

OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK

KHS-340B

RFP

RFN

A

B

C

D

A +5V

RV2

E SIGNAL

2 RFIP

1 RFIN

54

53

52

51

MA

MB

MC

MD

DVD

ANALOG FRONT-END

IC1

RFAC 11

PE 38

FE 39

TE 36

TEIN 33

SIGM 35

E

A +5V

RV1

F SIGNAL

COMPARATOR

IC4 (1/2)

58

TRP

SDATA 30

SCLK 29

SDEN 31

DFT 26

MIRR 25

F

COMPARATOR

IC4 (2/2)

57 TRN

LD DVD

LD CD

PD

VC

LIMIT SWITCH

GAIN SW

MODE SW

VR DVD

AUTOMATIC POWER

CONTROL (FOR DVD)

Q1

AUTOMATIC POWER

CONTROL (FOR CD)

Q5

VC

44 LDDVD

43 PDDVD

41 LDCD

40 PDCD

46 VREF

XRST 28

VR CD

FCS+

FCS–

TRK+

TRK–

SLED MOTOR A+

SLED MOTOR A–

SLED MOTOR B+

SLED MOTOR B–

COIL U

COIL V

COIL W

HALL U+ (H1+)

HALL U– (H1–)

HALL V+ (H2+)

HALL V– (H2–)

HALL W+ (H3+)

HALL W– (H3–)

HALL_BAIS–

DVD ON SWITCH

Q4

CD ON SWITCH

Q3

7

2

3

10

11

6

U1

U2

V1

V2

W1

W2

18

19

13

14

15

16

17

HU+

HU–

HV+

HV–

HW+

HW–

HB

Q2

COIL/MOTOR DRIVE

IC2

35

34

VO1+

VO1–

IN1 42

31

32

VO2–

VO2+

29

28

26

25

VO3+

VO3–

VO4+

VO4–

IN2 43

IN3 44

IN4 45

INSP 46

FG 47

STBY 24

COMPARATOR

IC11

14

RF AC

32 PI

29 FE

30 TE

13

33

TZC

AMPMNT

DVD PROCESSOR

IC6

PA0 129

7

8

6

10

9

SDT

SCK

SEN

DEFCT

MIRR

SPDIFOUT0 203

214 RF_RST

47 LMT_SW

210

215

GAINSW

CD/DVD

39 FSCON

41 TSCON

31 SE

40

STA

38 STB

3

4

SPWM1

SPWM2

5 FG

4

VIDEO SELECT,

75 OHM DRIVER

IC701

VIN VSAG 30

12 CYIN CYOUT 25

3 15

CN301 (1/3)

15

FRONT

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO

G (Page 21)

DOWNMIX 202

DACCLK 206

LRCLK 205

DOCLK 207

MD 143

MC 144

ML 145

XO 55

XI 56

X1

36.864MHz

CN601

1

DIGITAL

OUTPUT

2

D/A CONVERTER

IC302

DATA OUTL 7

16

3

1

SCK

LRCK

BCK

VCOM 10

OUTR 8

13

14

15

MD

MC

ML

ZEROR 11

MUTE1,

MUTE2

A (Page 21)

R-CH

DIFFERENCIAL

AMP

IC303

DVD-L

B (Page 21)

Z_MUTE

C (Page 21)

• R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.

• SIGNAL PATH

: DVD/CD (VIDEO)

: DVD/CD (AUDIO)

: OPTICAL OUTPUT

FLASH MEMORY

IC10

SD-RAM

IC7

DQ0 – DQ15

2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 42,

44, 45, 47, 48, 50, 51, 53

A0 – A11

22 – 26,

29 – 35

20 21 38 19 18 17 16 39 15

89 – 92, 95 – 98,

101 – 108

MD0 – MD15

63 – 68,

71 – 74, 76, 78

MA0 – MA11

77 75 85 81 83 84 86 87 88

DQ7 – DQ0

44, 42, 40, 38,

35, 33, 31, 29

A0 – A16,

DQ15_A-1

1 – 10,

16 – 25, 48, 45

11 28 14 12

RESET

D

(Page 21)

167 – 164,

162 – 159

HDATA0 – HDATA7

148 – 158, 170,

172 – 179, 181, 182

HADR10 – HADR31

180 168 169 125

RXD 198

TXD 197

CTS 196

RTS 195

AMUTE

142

RXD

TXD

CTS

RTS

E (Page 22)

AMUTE

F

(Page 21)

RESET SIGNAL

GENERATOR

IC3

D +1.5V

MEX-R5

20 20

MEX-R5

5-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM – AUDIO Section –

(Page 20)

B

(Page 20)

F

DVD-L

AMUTE

CN301

(2/3)

BUS AUDIO IN

(AUX IN)

11

AUX L

AUX LGND

12

13

AUX R

14

AUX RGND

R-CH

GND SWITCH

Q301

BUS_AUX

J201

(ANTENNA IN)

FM/AM TUNER PACK

TUX201

1 ANT

L 4

R 3

TU_SDA 14

TU_SCL 13

S_METER 6

TU_MUTE 7

MUTE-CONDITION 8

E2P_SDA 17

E2P_SCL 16

QUALITY 5

R-CH

SDA

SCL

VSM

TU MUTE

MUTE CON

TRDA

TRCL

QUALITY

RDS 9

X201

4.332MHz

(AEP, UK, Russian)

4

5

RDS DECODER

IC201

OSCO

OSCI

MPX 16

SDA 9

SCL 10

DAVN 8

SDA

SCL

DAVN

(AEP, UK, Russian)

NS DET DISCHARGE

SWITCH

Q202

EEPROM

IC504

GAIN CONTROL

IC304

6 IN1B

7

IN2B

OUTB 11

2

MUTING

Q311

R-CH

MUTING CONTROL

Q309, 310

42

INPUT SELECT,

ELECTRICAL VOLUME

IC301

MD L

OUTLF 25

4 PDL+

40 AML

OUTLR 24

OUTSW 17

12 13 16 14 15

MUTING

Q302

MUTING

Q304

MUTING

Q306

R-CH

MUTING CONTROL

Q307, 308

SWITCHING

IC305

(Page 20) G

VIDEO

CNT A

CNT B

LEVEL SHIFT

Q904, 905

R-CH

2

3

1A

1B

1Y0 4

1Y1 5

1Y2 6

1Y3 7

RF CONTROL

IC101

RF UNIT

AVT101

VIDEO

AUDIO_L

AUDIO_R

LED1

LED2

LED3

LED4

R-CH

R-CH

CN301 (3/3)

1

FRONT LCH

3

FRONT RCH

5

REAR LCH

7

REAR RCH

9

SUB

FRONT AUDIO

OUT

REAR AUDIO

OUT

(SUB OUT (MONO))

12

POWER AMP

IC306 (1/2)

FL IN

FL+ 5

FL– 3

11 RL IN

RL+ 9

RL– 7

R-CH

R-CH

CN801 (2/2)

1

FL+

9

FL–

4

FR+

12

FR–

2

RL+

10

RL–

3

RR+

11

RR–

2 4 22 25

SDA

SCL

1 2 51 41 39 3 50 10 32 31 4 44 30 15 28 16 11 14 90 91 23 22

BZ801

BUZZER DRIVE

Q801

5

• R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.

• SIGNAL PATH

: DVD/CD (AUDIO)

: TUNER

: AUX IN

SYSTEM CONTROLLER

IC501 (1/2)

VMUTE_F 13

VMUTE_R 12

Z_MUTE 53

CD_RST 70

MUTE1

MUTE2

A

(Page 20)

Z_MUTE

C

RESET

(Page 20)

D

(Page 20)

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MEX-R5

5-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM – MAIN Section –

LCD DRIVER

IC901

LIQUID

CRYSTAL

DISPLAY

LCD911

S1 – S62

COM1 – COM4

DI 78

CL 77

CE 76

2

29

NC1

NC2

1

DISPLAY B+

LED931, LED932

(LCD BACK LIGHT)

S902, S914 – S918

LSW901, LSW903 – LSW913,

LSW918 – LSW921

CNJ601

REMOTE IN

Q925

LED

CONTROL

D501

KEY ACTIVE

SWITCH

Q501

IR RECEIVER

IC972

LED961, LSW901

(DISC SLOT ILLUMINATION)

CN901

12

S961

(PANEL OPEN DETECT)

CN401

12

(Page 20)

E

RXD, TXD,

CTS, RTS

M3

(LOADING)

RXD

TXD

CTS

RTS

LEVEL SHIFT

IC506

LEVEL SHIFT

IC505

SW3

(DISC IN)

SW2

(SELF LOAD)

SW3

(DOWN)

(CHUCKING END)

+6V

REGULATOR

IC103

BU B+

LOADING MOTOR

DRIVE

IC102

D101 D102

26 TXD

25

RXD

69

68

CD_CTS

CD_RTS

63 INSW

54 SELFSW

65 DSW

72

73

LOAD

EJECT

17

18

19

SYSTEM CONTROLLER

IC501 (2/2)

LCDSO

LCDCKO

LCDCE

UNISO 57

UNISI 56

UNICLK 58

BUSON 59

SYSRST 60

BU_IN 46

37

36

KEYIN1

KEYIN0

83

38

RCIN1

RCIN0

52

45

62

100

99

AD_ON

KEY-ACK

SIRCS

DOOR SW

NOSE SW

SONY BUS INTERFACE

(FOR SONY BUS)

IC603

9

8

DATA IN

DATA OUT

11 CLK IN

DATA 6

CLK 4

12 BUS ON

13 RESET

BUS ON 1

RST 2

10 BU_IN BATT 3

D604

BATTERY

DETECT

Q604

CN602

BUS CONTROL IN

5

6

2

B-DATA

4

B-CLK

BUS-ON

RESET

TH601

7

BU B+

+BATT

TEMP 43

RF_ON 71

RUMBU 76

RSTX 75

FANH 6

FANL 97

ACCIN 55

ILLIN 85

TELLATT 84

PARKING 42

X1A 77

X0A 78

X1

81

X0

80

X502

32.768kHz

X501

3.68MHz

TH501

D502

S501

RESET

ACCESSORY

CHECK

Q802

ILLUMINATION

CHECK

Q804

LEVEL SHIFT

Q803

V +3.3V

A +1.5V

A +3.3V

D +1.5V

DR +5V,

A +5V

TU +5V

RF +5V

RESET SIGNAL

GENERATOR

IC502

B+ SWITCH

Q906, 907

DAC +5V

AUDIO +8.3V,

TU +8.3V

BU +3V

B/U +5V

+5V

REGULATOR

Q201

+5V

REGULATOR

IC801

+3V

REGULATOR

IC503

D+3.3V

DISPLAY B+

LED902, LED914 – LED918

LED961, LSW901,

LSW903 – LSW913,

LSW918 – LSW921

(ILLUMINATION)

+3.3V

REGULATOR

IC9

+1.5V

REGULATOR

IC5

+3.3V

REGULATOR

IC8

+1.5V

REGULATOR

IC101

33

30

REGULATOR

IC306 (2/2)

REG4

REG1

37 REG2

31 REG3

34 REG5

SW1 29

SW2 27

VP 35

M901

(FAN)

FAN SPEED

CONTROL

Q901

BU B+,

BUS B+,

FAN MOTOR

DRIVE

Q902, 903

22 22

CN801 (2/2)

5

AMP-R

6

AMT-R

19

+B

7

ACC

14

ILL

13

TEL-MUTE

15

PARCKING

MEX-R5

Note for Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams

Note on Printed Wiring Board:

• X

: parts extracted from the component side.

• Y

: parts extracted from the conductor side.

• f

: internal component.

: Pattern from the side which enables seeing.

(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.)

Caution:

Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from

(Conductor Side) the pattern face are indicated.

Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from

(Component Side) the parts face are indicated.

Caution:

Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from

(Side B) the pattern face are indicated.

Parts face side:

(Side A)

Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.

Note on Schematic Diagram:

All capacitors are in

µ

F unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)

50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums.

All resistors are in

and

1

/

4

W or less unless otherwise specified.

• f

: internal component.

• 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.

Note:

Les composants identifiés par une marque

0

sont critiques pour la sécurité.

Ne les remplacer que par une pièce por tant le numéro spécifié.

• A

: B+ Line.

• H

: adjustment for repair.

Power voltage is dc 14.4V and fed with regulated dc power supply from ACC and BATT cords.

Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions.

[ no mark : DVD PLAY

] : CD PLAY

( ) : TUNER

: Impossible to measure

Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M

).

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.

L

: DVD/CD (VIDEO)

F

: DVD/CD (AUDIO)

J

: OPTICAL OUTPUT f

: TUNER

E

: AUX IN

Abbreviation

CND : Canadian model

RU : Russian model

Circuit Boards Location

SENSOR board

BASE board

DISPLAY board

PRESET board

SERVO board

SPEAKER board

MAIN board tuner unit

(TUX201)

SUB board

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23 23

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5-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – SERVO Section (1/2) –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5

A

B

C

D

SERVO BOARD

(SIDE A)

R138

R45

R126

R120

R37

C143

R116

C73 C69 R96

C83

X1

R97

C84

RB14

R98

C87

55

C70

C71

C81

54

C80

C65

R81

L8

C54

R95

C56

C85

R90

R86

C52

C90

C89

R46

C96

C95

FB14

C100

R36

R35

RB12

108

C114

C121

109

C110

C115

IC6

R4

C48

R66

C77

1

216

C92

E5

E4

FB8

E2

E3

C94

R127

R74

R131

RB1

R129 R71 R73

R130

R132

R8

E1

R6

C112

C116

RB7

C117

RB6

162

RB5

C105

163

R154

C106

R153

RB3

RB4

R111

R170

FB12

C156

R171 D4

FB10

R173

FB9

R168

C129

C127

R169

C155

C130

C131

3

1

IC9

E

F

G

C153

C125

C128

C154

C123

BP8

3

C124

IC8

1

C126

D3

C122

C133

1

2

C33

3

D5

IC5

SW3

(DOWN)

(CHUCKING END)

BP1

: Uses unleaded solder.

6 7 8 9 10 11

1-866-215-

11

(11)

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D3

D4

D5

F-3

D-4

G-3

IC5

IC6

IC8

IC9

G-3

C-3

F-3

D-4

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MEX-R5

5-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – SERVO Section (2/2) –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

OPTICAL

PICK-UP

BLOOK

(KHS-340B)

: Uses unleaded solder.

6 7 8 9 10 11

SERVO BOARD

(SIDE B)

C17

C51

24

CN2

1

BP11

BP10

RV2

R14 R12

Q4

GDS

Q3

R9

Q2

R10

C49

R69

R65

R57

C43

R53 R54

R58

TP (E)

R27

C45

C53

R2

IC4

C1

C8

TP (F)

1

R30

C35

R43

R41

R44

L1

D1

D2

L2

RV1

BP3

BP4

C19 C22

C16

C13

48

C12

49

R17

C39

25

33

C41

32

R50

R51

R52

C132

C14

64

C11

C10

1

IC1

C26

16

R49

C46

17 C47

R22

C40

C31

C3

C50

IC2

C2

13

24

C25

C15

12

BP2

25

BP9

C38

C42

1

48

R39

R47

R55

C9

R21

36

C20

37

C34

26

C36

L6

R20

C28

48

R106

R19

R18

2

R23

IC3

R67

1 3

IC10

C37

IC11

C135

L7

3 1

C63

R85

C59

R87

4 5

C74

C78

R33

R84

C75

C88

C58

R94

C148

R89

C60

R78

C55

C66

C79

R82

C57

C61

C107

R93

R104

C98

R79

R107

R92

R28

R105

C64

C68

24

FB15

C152

R31

L3

C134

28

RB8

RB9

R26

RB10

R124

R117

R118

R121

R114

C120

C93

54

1

R174

C119

FB17

C118

R156

R155

C108

C113

C109

C32

FB7

FB6

C18

R16

TP

(IOPCD)

FB13

2 1

L4

IC7

FB19

FB20

FB21

Q5

R13

R15

C67

C142

C136

C141

27

C147

1

C7

Q1

R7

TP

(IOPDVD)

R5

CN3

CN1

R3

R11

RED

C6

WHT

TP

(A5V)

60

TP (AGND)

59

+ –

M

M3

(LOADING)

1-866-215-

11

(11)

A

BLK

RED

WHT

SW3

(DISC IN)

SW2

(SELF)

MAIN BOARD

CN101

(Page 32)

SENSOR

BOARD

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D1

D2

F-3

F-4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

IC1

IC2

IC3

IC4

IC7

IC10

IC11

F-8

E-4

D-4

D-4

E-7

D-5

E-5

D-7

F-3

B-10

C-7

A-8

RED

WHT

BLK

1-866-216-

11

(11)

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See page 40 for Waveforms.

See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

See page 49 for IC Pin Function Description.

(1/3)

C51

10

10V

C39

0.1

CN1

26P

LIMIT SWITCH GND

LIMIT SWITCH

PHOTE VCC

COIL V

COIL V

COIL U

COIL U

COIL W

COIL W

HALL_BIAS-

HALL W+(H3+)

HALL W-(H3-)

HALL V+(H2+)

HALL V-(H2-)

HALL U+(H1+)

HALL U-(H1-)

HALL_BIAS+(+5V)

SLED MOTOR B-

SLED MOTOR B-

SLED MOTOR B+

SLED MOTOR B+

SLED MOTOR A-

SLED MOTOR A-

SLED MOTOR A+

SLED MOTOR A+

NC

V

U

W

R27

0

R2

47

R3

47

BP2

BP9

C2 1

C3 0.01

C50

0.01

C15

4.7

C9 0.1

COIL/MOTOR DRIVE

IC2

BH6599KV

R18

0.47

R19

0.47

R39 100k

R47 180k

R55

180k

STB

STA

R24 180k TSCON

R20 10k

R21 10k

R25 180k FSCON

C27 0.001

C28 0.001

C29 0.001

C30 0.001

C20 0.1

C34

0.1

C36

100

6.3V

B

A

D

C

F-1

E-1

C13

0.1

C12

0.1

C14

0.1

B

E

F

D

A

LD CD

MODE SW

C

RFN

RFP

GAIN SW

VCC

VC

GND

CN2

24P

FCS+

TRK+

TRK-

FCS-

NC

VR DVD

PD

VR CD

LD GND

LD DVD

FD+

TD+

TD-

FD-

MODE

C

D

A

E-0

B

F-0

GAIN

VREF

Q4

2SK3018

DVD ON

SWITCH

R14

220

R12

100

R10

47k

Q2

DTC124EKA

INVERTER

S S

Q3

2SK3018

CD ON

SWITCH

R9

47k

TP

(A5V)

TP

(IOPDVD)

Q1

2SB1132

-T100-QR

AUTOMATIC

POWER

R5

33

CONTROL

(FOR DVD)

L1

10

µH

R7

33 C6

47

16V

R11

1k

R13

33

TP

(IOPCD)

R15

33

C18

47

16V

Q5

2SB1132

-T100-QR

AUTOMATIC

POWER

CONTROL

(FOR CD)

D2

1SS355TE-17

L2

10

µH

C7

0.001

BP10 C8

10

16V

BP11

D1

1SS355TE-17

C1

10

16V

R16

1k

F-0

VREF

RV1

1k R29

1k

C35

0.1

R30

1.2k

R40

10k

R43

10k

R41

10k

R44

10k

C43

0.1

TP (F)

TP (E)

F-1

E-1

IC4

NJU7032M-TE2

VCC

GND

R53 10k

R57 10k

R58 10k

R54

10k

COMPARATOR

TP

(AGND)

R69 1.2k

R65

1k

C49 0.1

RV2 1k

C53

10

10V

C10

0.068

C11 0.068

C45 10 16V

BP3 FE

BP4 TE

A1

A2

A3

A4

A6

C24

1

DVD

ANALOG FRONT-END

IC1

CXD5002R

TP69

C41

0.47

L6

10

µH

TP81

R49

10k

C46 0.1

C47

10

10V

ASEN

ASDT

ASCK

DFCT

MIRR

A7

(Page 27)

R23

10k

RESET SIGNAL

GENERATOR

IC3

XC61CN1002MR

RST

VCC

G

C37

0.01

A14

A15

A16

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

A17

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See page 40 for Waveforms.

See page 49 for IC Pin Function Description.

(2/3)

C152

0.001

C151

0.001

(Page 26)

A1

A2

A3

A4

A6

A7

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

A14

A15

A16

A17

1 1

TP49

GND

SW3

(DISC IN) TP50

INSW

SW2

(SELF LOAD)

3 3

TP51

SELF

M3

(LOADING)

TP45

LE-

TP56

LE+

C77

0.1

C82

100p

C92

0.1

C94

100p

C88

0.1

C148

100p

C48 0.01

R66 33k

ASEN

ASDT

ASCK

MIRR

DFCT

INSW

SELF

LO-

LO+

COMPARATOR

IC11

NJU7013F

C138

0.1

4

5

2

3

1

R72

33k

R33

1k

C52

0.01

R76 33k

R77 33k

R78

R79

10k

3.3k

100p

C61

0.001

C59

C60

0.001

STB

FSCON

STA

TSCON R106 0

C107

0.01

C64

0.1

R86 56k

C62 0.022

C75

0.1

R94

68k

C63

0.1

C66

0.1

R83 100

R84 100

R85 100

R87 47k

R4 0

C78 100p

C74 0.1

R88 150k

R89 470

R90 47k

R91 100k

R63 0

R95 22k

C68 0.047

C79 0.1

R92

33k

R61

0

R67 0

TP106

L3

10

µH

C136

22

6.3V

C134

22

10V

L4

10

µH

C85

22

10V

C135

22

6.3V

L8

10

µH

C76 0.1

R93

47k

C80

100p

C69

0.1

R96

680

C70 470p

C71 0.1

C81 0.1

C72 680p

C73

0.022

R97

1.8k

TP107

TP108

TP109

TP110

TP115

R98

1M

R99

330

X1

36.864MHz

C83

18p

C84

6p

C86

100p

C87

0.1

E1

DVD PROCESSOR

IC6

M65878FP

C105

100p

C106

0.1

27 27

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C1

C2

C3

C4

C6

(Page 28)

C32

0.01

TP122

TP123

C110

100p

RB4

0

RB5

RB6

0

0

C116 100p

FB19

FB20

FB21

FB22

C111 0.1

R31 47k

C118 1

R155 130

C108 1

C109 1

C119 1

R156 3.3k

C120 1

C112

100p

VIDEO_CR

VIDEO_CB

VIDEO_Y

VIDEO_COMP

DT4

DT5

DT6

DT7

AD31

AD14

AD15

AD16

AD17

AD18

AD19

AD20

AD21

AD22

AD10

RB7

0 ML

MC

MD

AMUTE

C115

0.1

C117

0.1

RESET

TP124

TP129

TP130

TP131

TP132

TP133 C114

100p

C121

0.1

C8

C9

AVR1

VDD

(Page 28)

C153

100p

C125

22

6.3V

C128

22

10V

C154

100p

C122

22

6.3V

C123

22

10V

C10

C11

C12

C13

C14

C15

C16

C17

(Page 28)

C18

C19

C20

MEX-R5

5-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – SERVO Section (3/3) –

See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

(3/3)

(Page 27)

C1

C2

C3

C4

C6

MD0

MD1

MD2

MD3

MD4

MD5

MD6

MD7

DQML

DWE

CAS

RAS

DCS

MBA0

MBA1

MA10

MA0

MA1

MA2

MA3

RB12

33

C144 100p

C146 100p

C147 0.1

C145 100p

C91 0.1

R116 33

R120 33

R123 33

R126 33

R35 33

R36 33

R37 33

R38 33

R42 33

R45 33

R46 33

R138 33

C97 0.1

C143 100p

RB14

33

C100 0.1

C142 0.1

C141 100p

SD-RAM

IC7

MT48LC4M16A2-7E

-IT

RB11

33

C93

C139

0.1

100p

RB10

33

R26 33

C98 0.1

C140 100p RB9

33

DQMU

MCLK

MA11

MA9

MA8

MA7

MA6

MA5

MA4

RB8

33

MD15

MD14

MD13

MD12

MD11

MD10

MD9

MD8

AD15

AD16

AD17

AD18

AD19

AD20

AD21

AD22

AD11

AD10

WS

WP

R174

47k

AD12

AD13

AD23

AD24

AD25

AD26

AD27

AD28

AD29

RS

AD30

TP137

FLASH MEMORY

IC10

MBM29DL32TF-70TN

(Page 27)

C14

C15

C16

C17

C18

C19

C20

C10

C11

C12

C13

(Page 26)

B3

B2

B1

AD31

AD14

DT0

DT1

DT2

DT3

DT4

DT5

DT6

DT7

R176

4.7k

C132

0.1

RESET

VIDEO CR

VIDEO CB

VIDEO Y

VIDEO COMP

BP8

BP1

D5

C113

0.1

C127

100

4V

C129

100

10V

R168

3.3k

R169

100

R171

5.6k

C130

1

FB23

R108 0

R109 0

R110 0

R111 0

C155

100p

R170

220

C156

100p

R172

220

R173

220

R175

220

+3.3V REGULATOR

IC9

XC6206P332PR

VOUT VDD

GND

C131

1

1SS355TE-17

C33

0.1

C124

0.1

+1.5V REGULATOR

IC5

XC6206P152MR

VOUT

D3

1SR154-400-TE-25

VDD

GND

+3.3V REGULATOR

IC8

XC6206P332PR

VOUT VDD

GND

C133

1

C126

1

FB7

0

FB6

0

FB9

FB10

FB11

FB12

FB13

SW3

(DOWN)

(CHUCKING END)

AOD

LRCLK

MD

DOCLK

MC

DACCLK

ML

RTS

AMUTE

CTS

TXD

SPDIF

RXD

TCK

TDI

TMS

TRST

TDO

INSW

SELF

LO+

LO-

CN3

60P

D3.3V

DGND

A3.3V

AGND

A1.5V

AGND

LRCLK

MD

DOCLK BCK

MC

DACCLK

ML

GR_RTS

AMUTE

GR_CTS

NC

GR_TXD

SPDIF

GR_RXD

DOUT GND

D1.5V

RESET

D1.5V

DGND

A5V

DRGND

DR5V

DRGND

DR5V

DRGND

DR5V

LO+

LO-

LO+

LO-

SDITCK

VGND

SDITDI

VIDEO CR

SDITMS

VGND

SDITRST

VIDEO CB

SDITDO

VGND

INSW

VIDEO Y

SELF

VGND

DSW

VIDEO COMP

AUDIO Ls/Rs

VGND

AUDIO C/Sw

VMUTE

AUDIO L/R

NC

DGND

AUDIO DOWNMIX

DGND

C9

AVR1

VDD

C8

(Page 27)

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See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

(1/3)

J201

(ANTENNA IN)

(CHASSIS)

(CHASSIS)

TUX201

TUX-032

(FM/AM TUNER PACK)

ANT

ANT-GND

R

L

QUALITY

S_METER

TU_MUTE

MUTE-CONDITION

RDS

VCC(TU8.3V)

TU_VDD(TU 5V)

GND

TU_SCL

TU_SDA

E2P_VDD(B/U5V)

E2P_SCL

E2P_SDA

C201

47

16V

R201

0

C202

1000p

R203

10

R204

10

C209

0.1

R206

R207

R205

0

FB208

FB211

C203

0.1

R210 0

C205 C207

56p 56p

RDS DECODER

IC201

SAA6588T/V2-518

(AEP,UK,RU)

C204

0.1

C208

2.2

C211

560p

C206

330p

FB311 FB312

LFOUT

C353

10 50V

R335

100

QUALITY

VSM

TU MUTE

MUTE CON

AMR

AML

(AEP,UK,RU)

C212

4.7

50V

R213

100

NSMASK

Q202

DTC144EKA-T146

NS DET

DISCHARGE

SWITCH

C219

10

50V

R211

0

SCL

SDA

TRCL

TRDA

DAVN

Q201

STD1664Y

+5V REGULATOR

FB212

R212

470

C221

0.1

D201

UDZS-TE17-5.6B

C222

1

50V

C345

10

16V

R-CH

1/2-R

C347

10 16V

C346

10 16V

L-CH

1/2-L

C386

10

16V

C301

3300p

GAIN CONTROL

IC304

NJM2750M

IN1A

CNT1

GND

OUTA

IN2A

VCC

CNT2

IN3A

IN4A

VREF

IN1B

OUTB

IN2B

NC

IN4B

IN3B

R317 0

D307

RB551V

R-CH

R328

12k

C336

0.001

C335

0.001

R332

10k

R331

10k

L-CH

DIFFERENTIAL

AMP

IC303

TLV2362IPWR

R334

10k

R330

12k

R333

10k

GND

C339

220p

C331

0.1

C349

47 16V

C332

0.1

C348

10

50V

C338

220p

VCC

R-CH

C344

10

16V

R354

4.7k

1/2-R

R352

4.7k

C337

10

16V

R353

4.7k

1/2-L

R355

4.7k

L-CH

DVD R

DVD L

R-CH

L-CH

OUTRF

OUTLR

C354

10 50V

R336

100

C355

10 50V

R337

100

OUTRR

C356

10 50V

R338

100

OUTSW

AUX-L

AUX-R

AUX-GND

C351

10 50V

R340

100

Q307,308

MUTING

CONTROL

Q307

SRA2202S/F

Q302

DTC314TK

MUTING

Q303

DTC314TK

MUTING

Q304

DTC314TK

MUTING

Q305

DTC314TK

MUTING

Q306

DTC314TK

MUTING

DVD L

C387

10

50V

R339

22k

C329

10

16V

FB301

MD

MC

ML

DACCLK

D/A CONVERTER

IC302

PCM1751DBQR

AGND

VCOM

OUTR

ZEROR

OUTL

VCC

ZEROL

VDD

MD

DGND

MC

LRCK

ML

DATA

SCK

BCK

R322

0

C341

0.1

C330

47

16V

C342

0.1

C343

100

16V

R-CH

L-CH

FB302

C334 0.1

LRCLK

AOD

DOCLK

C392

0.001

C333

10

16V

FB303

L301

100

µH

Q308

DTC114YKA

Q310

SRA2202S/F

DVD R

C388

10

50V

R359

22k

Q309,310

MUTING CONTROL

Q309

DTC114YKA

D306

1SS355

R348

47

MUTE_SEL

C364

0.0033

R320 47k

R341 47k

C358 100p

CN301

16P

C357 100p

R343 47k

R342 47k

C360

C359

100p

100p

R345 47k

R347 2.2k

C362 100p

C365 100p

R346 2.2k

VOUT F

VIDEO GND

C363 100p

FRONT LCH

FRONT LGND

FRONT RCH

FRONT RGND

REAR LCH

REAR LGND

REAR RCH

REAR RGND

SUB

SUB LGND

AUX L

AUX LGND

AUX R

AUX RGND

VOUT F

VIDEO GND

Q311

DTC314TK

MUTING

Q312

DTC314TK

MUTING

C366 0.47

C367 0.47

C368 0.47

C369 0.47

VOUT R

VIDEO GND

R357 47k

R358 47k

C389 100p

C390 100p

CN701

5P

R349

R350

1k

1k

B1

B2

B3

B4

VOUT R

VIDEO GND(NC)

DVD LCH

A GND(NC)

DVD RCH

B8

B9

B10

B5

B6

(Page 30)

(Page 39)

R302

0

R303

10k

R304

10k

C303

1

50V

C304

1

50V

C305

1

50V

S

Q301

SSM3KO9FU

GND SWITCH

R301

100

C302

0.001

D301

UDZS-TE17

-6.8B

R305

0

C323

1

PDR+

MIX

NC

GND

NC

NC

NC

AUXR

PDL+

PD-

NC

ACOUTL

INPUT SELECT,

ELECTRICAL VOLUME

IC301

TDA7416

ACINL

VREFOUT

VDD

AC2INL

AC2OUTL

FILOL

OUTLF

OUTLR

NC

OUTRF

C322

1 SWITCHING

IC305

TC7SET08F

R316

100k

C321

1

C352

0.1

R314 10k

C315 0.012

R312 100

R313 100

C316 0.0015

R315

10k

C317

0.01

C318

100p

C319

100

10V

C320

100p

R311

100

C314 0.0015

C310

100p

C312

100p

C313

100p

D302

RB751V

D304

RB751V

D305

RB751V

D303

RB751V

ATT

REAR_ATT

LFOUT

OUTLR

OUTRF

OUTRR

OUTSW

BUS_AUX

VIDEO OUT:

FRONT

(R)

(L)

BUS AUDIO IN/

AUX AUDIO IN

SUB OUT(MONO)

(R)

(L)

(R)

(L)

AUDIO OUT:

REAR

AUDIO OUT:

FRONT

(Page 31)

29

(Page 31)

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5-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Section (2/3) –

See page 40 for Waveforms.

See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

(2/3)

(Page 29)

B1

B2

B3

B4

(Page 31)

C1

C2

C3

C4

C6

C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

C12

C13

(Page 31)

B5

B6

B8

B9

B10

SDA

SCL

POWER AMP,

REGULATOR

IC306

TDA8588AJ

C340

0.22

C371

0.22

C372 22 25V

STB

C375 2.2

50V

C350

0.22

C376

0.22

C391

0.1

C378

0.1

C377

10

16V

C380

10 16V

C381

0.22

+5V REGULATOR

IC801

NCP1117DT50RKG

I

O

G

C819

10

16V

C820

0.1

C822

100

16V

C821

0.1

C809

0.1

(US,CND,E)

D814

KDZ18V

D816

1SR154

C815

0.1

D817

1SR154

C814

0.1

D819

KDZ18V

R813

10k

R806 1k

R811

10k

R812

10k

R809

10k

R815 1k

CN801

19P

FL+

FL-

RL+

RL-

RR+

RR-

FR+

FR-

AMP-R

TEL-MUTE

ANT-R

ILL

ACC

PARKING

GND

D803

1SR154

D802

1SR154

D806

1SR154

D801 D807

1SR154 1SR154

LF+

LF-

LR+

LR-

D805

1SR154

100

R802

47k

C802

16V

C806

10

16V

BZ801

Q801

DTC114EKA

BUZZER DRIVE

C804

10

16V

R801

1k

D810

RR263

D809

RR263

PARKING

ACC

TEL_MUTE

ILLM

Q804

2SC5343SFG

ILLUMINATION

CHECK

D811

1SS355

C823

0.1

D818

DAN217

Q802

2SC5343SFG

ACCESSORY

CHECK

R808

47k

R803

4.7k

C811

1

50V

R814

47k

C818

3300

16V

Q803

2SC5343SFG

LEVEL SHIFT

R810

10k

R805

100k

R804

22k

R807

10k

C812

4.7

25V

F801

10A

32V

D815

1N5404

C816

0.22

D804

1SR154

D808

1SR154

FANH

FANL

L801

R907

0

R902

10k

Q902,903

FAN MOTOR DRIVE

Q902

2SB1202

D902

RB751V

D901

RB751V

Q906,907

B+ SWITCH

R901

3.3k

R910

10k

Q901

2SC5343SFG

FAN SPEED

CONTROL

C901

0.01

R903

4.7k

R908

100k

Q903

2SC5343SFG

R904

68k

C902

0.1

LF+

LF-

LR+

LR-

C903

10

50V

R906

0

CN901

2P

FAN

GND

R905

33k

R909

100k

CN902

4P

VCC

GND

CNT A

CNT B

TP901 TP902

Q906

DTC114YKA

Q904

DTC114EKA

Q905

DTC114EKA

R364

0

Q904,905

LEVEL SHIFT

FD_DET

LCDCLK

LCDCE

LCDDATA

KEYIN0

KEYIN1

D401

RSA6.1ENTR

CN401

12P

(CHASSIS)

PANEL

+B

+B

CLOCK-LCD

CE-LCD

DATA-LCD

SIRCS

KEY-0

KEY-1

DOOR SW

GND

GND

D402

RSA6.1ENTR

R401

0

(CHASSIS)

(Page 35)

(AEP,UK,RU)

RL-

FL-

FR-

RR-

FL-

RL-

RR-

FR-

M901

(FAN)

ILL

PARKING

BATT

GND

ILL

BATT

(Page 39)

RL+

FL+

FR+

RR+

FL+

RL+

RR+

FR+

ATT

AMP REM

AMT REM

ACC

GND

ACC

AMT REM

FRONT LCH+

FRONT LCH-

REAR LCH+

REAR LCH-

REAR RCH+

REAR RCH-

FRONT RCH+

FRONT RCH-

AMP REM MAX0.3A

ATT

ANT REM MAX0.1A

ILL

ACC

PARKING

GND

BATT

MEX-R5

30 30

MEX-R5

MEX-R5

5-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Section (3/3) –

See page 40 for Waveforms.

See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

See page 49 for IC Pin Function Description.

(Page 29) (Page 29)

(3/3)

(Page

28)

CN602

8P

BUS CONTROL

IN

CN101

60P

VIDEO COMP

AUDIO Ls/Rs

VGND

AUDIO C/Sw

VMUTE

AUDIO L/R

NC

DGND

AUDIO DOWNMIX

DGND

LRCLK

MD

DOCLK BCK

MC

DACCLK

ML

GR_RTS

AMUTE

GR_CTS

DGND

GR_TXD

SPDIF

GR_RXD

DOUT GND

D1.5V

RESET

D1.5V

SDITCK

VGND

SDITDI

VIDEO CR

SDITMS

VGND

SDITRST

VIDEO CB

SDITDO

VGND

INSW

VIDEO Y

SELF

VGND

DSW

A5V

DRGND

DR5V

DRGND

DR5V

DRGND

DR5V

LO+

LO-

LO+

LO-

DGND

D3.3V

DGND

A3.3V

AGND

A1.5V

AGND

(CHASSIS)

DIGITAL

OUT

CN601

4P

R614

0

FB112

FB113

FB114

FB111

FB124

FB122

FB107

FB105

FB106

FB108

FB109

FB110

R121 220

R122 220

R141 0

R124 220

R142 0

FB123

R143 0

FB118

FB119

FB121

FB101

FB102

FB103

FB104

R137 0

R138 0

RESET

BATT

CLK

DATA

BUS ON

GND

D103

SDS2836/F

INSW

SELF

DSW

RST

C116

0.01

C103

220

16V

AVF_MUTE

C701

0

1

R132

C118

0.01

C119

0.01

C117

0.01

C104

220

16V

C105

220

16V

R135 0

C127

0.01

R136 0

C106

220

16V

C123

0.1

R133

C124

0.1

C113

0.1

0

C702

22

16V

AOD

R145 220

LRCLK

MD

DOCLK

MC

DACCLK

ML

RTS

CTS

AVR_MUTE

C703

1

22 16V

R131

0

C115

0.01

C101

220

16V

C109

0.1

C108

10

16V

IC101

NCP1117DT15RKG

O

G

I

C110

0.1

+1.5V REGULATOR

C111

10

16V

C125

0.01

C126

0.01

C107

220

16V

R134

0

LOADING MOTOR DRIVE

IC102

BD7931

VIDEO SELECT,

75 OHM DRIVER

C602

220

16V

IC701

MM1567AJBE

VCC1

CIN

MUTE1

VIN

YC-MIX

YIN

BIAS

GND1

NC

GND1

NC

CYIN

CLP

CbIN

MUTE2

CrIN

GND2

TH601

VCC2

COUT

GND2

VOUT

VSAG

GND2

YOUT

YSAG

GND2

CYOUT

CYSAG

GND2

CbOUT

CbSAG

GND2

CrOUT

CrSAG

R103

0

R607 100

R602 100

R606 15k

C112

100

16V

C704

C705

C707

C708

C709

100

0.1

C706 100

100

16V

16V

22 16V

16V

R702

75 FB701

R703

75 FB702

R609

1k

D604

UDZS-TE17

-6.2B

R610

1k

C604

0.01

D606

KDZ18V

R608

1k

Q604

DTC114YKA

BATTERY

DETECT

LEVEL SHIFT

IC505

TC7SET08F

SONY BUS INTERFACE

(FOR SONY BUS)

IC603

BA8271F

BUS

ON

VCC

RESET

RST

BATT

BUS ON

CLK IN

CLK

BU_IN

VREF

DATA

GND

DATA

IN

DATA

OUT

R611

220k

SYSRST

BUSON

UCK

BU_IN

UNISO

UNISI

R612

220k

R524

100k

R562

0

C120

100p

R115

1k

R105

1k

C122

10

16V

C121

0.1

D101

RB751V

+6V REGULATOR

IC103

PQ20WZ1UJ00H

C114

47

16V

LEVEL SHIFT

IC506

TC7SET08F

C536

0.001

R575

100

CN501

6P

(Page 30)

NC

BU_IN

R542

100

R543

10k

Q501

SRA2202S/F

KEY ACTIVE SWITCH

TH501

R545

33k

R544

68k

(AEP,UK,RU)

UNISI

UNISO

UCK

BUSON

SYSRST

SELF

ACC

R502 1k

R503 1k

R504 1k

R505 1k

INSW

DSW

VMUTE

RTS

CTS

RST

C502

100p

C501

100p

C503

100p

C504

0.1

R574 0

R507 0

R506 0

C505

2.2

R508 100k

D502

MA704WK

R510

470k

RESET SIGNAL

GENERATOR

IC502

PST3428UL

R511

S501

RESET

1k

C605

0.001

D501

SDS2836/F

R537 33k

R514

R531

R530

47k

10k

10k

C516

0.1

C521

0.1

(AEP,UK,RU)

R540

33k

R541

68k

AD_ON

Z_MUTE

SELFSW

ACCIN

UNISI

UNISO

UNICLK

BUSON

SYSRST

NC

SIRCS

INSW

NC

DSW

NC

VMUTEIN

CD_RTS

CD_CTS

CD_RST

RF_ON

LOAD

EJECT

NC

RSTX

R535

33k

R533

33k

SDA

SCL

SYSTEM CONTROLLER

IC501

MB90474PFV-G-213

-BNDE1

C517

0.001

C518

0.01

R534

68k

C519

0.1

R573

100k

CNT B

(EXCEPT E)

R547

100k

R546

0

(E)

R549

0

R548

100k

(PAL)

(NTSC)

R516

1k

R525

1k

R526

100k

C534

100p

L501

22

µH

LCDCE

LCDCKO

LCDSO

REAR_ATT

VOLATT

RXD

NC

STB

DIAG

VCC

NC

ATT

VMUTE_F

VMUTE_R

MUTE_SEL

BUS_AUX

VSS

NC

NC

FANH

BEEP

NSMASK

TUNATT

EECKO

EESIO

C512

100

16V

C527

0.047

5.5V

C528

100

16V

STB

R552 100

R565 100

R566 100

R521

10k

C535

100p

R523

1k

TXD

C530

C531

C532

C533

0.1

0.001

100p

100p

AVF_MUTE

AVR_MUTE

R519 0

R564

100k

R520

100k

R518

R517

1k

1k

REAR_ATT

VMUTE

ATT

MUTE_SEL

BUS_AUX

FANH

NSMASK

TU MUTE

TRCL

TRDA

FANL

FD_DET

R616

0

R615

0

R512

0

X502

32.768KHz

C506

18p

C507

18p

X501

3.68MHz

R617

0

R613

100

CNJ601

REMOTE IN

C523

1 C524

0.01

+3V

REGULATOR

IC503

TAR5S33

EEPROM

IC504

BR24L08FV-WE2

SDA

SCL

VSS

VCC

VSS

S2

S1

SO

R560

100k

TRCL

TRDA

C1

C6

C7

C8

C9

C2

C3

C4

(CHASSIS)

(Page

30)

C10

31 31

MEX-R5

MEX-R5

Q308

Q309

Q310

Q311

Q312

Q501

Q604

Q801

Q201

Q301

Q302

Q303

Q304

Q305

Q306

Q307

Q802

Q803

Q804

IC102

IC103

IC201

IC301

IC302

IC303

IC501

IC502

IC503

IC504

IC505

IC506

IC603

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D603

D604

D605

D606

D801

D803

D804

D807

D811

D812

D814

D818

D819

D901

D902

D101

D102

D103

D201

D301

D302

D303

D304

D305

D307

D401

D402

D501

D502

D602

E-3

C-4

D-5

E-3

C-5

K-10

J-10

D-3

F-2

D-3

F-3

D-7

D-7

D-6

D-6

H-12

H-12

G-8

L-12

L-13

I-9

L-7

D-3

L-4

L-4

I-3

G-13

H-10

H-12

H-12

H-12

H-12

G-12

E-12

E-12

I-8

G-3

J-15

G-14

H-9

C-11

C-11

C-11

C-12

C-12

G-12

E-3

E-4

E-3

K-3

K-4

I-13

F-10

H-5

H-6

J-9

K-7

K-10

L-11

J-7

J-6

G-2

5-12. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MAIN Section (1/2) –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

: Uses unleaded solder.

11 12 13 14 15

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

A

SERVO BOARD

CN3

(Page 25)

I

J

K

L

MAIN BOARD

(COMPONENT SIDE)

R815

R812

D812

R813

R811

D814

R806

R809

D819

D804

D807 D801

D803

R351

R321

R320

C358

Q302

R341 R343 R342

C357 C360 C359

Q303 Q304 Q305

R345

C362

C364

Q306

C301

R335 R336 R337 R338 R340

C605

R613

D603

D605

D602

C811

FB212

R808

C823

8 14

FB122

R606

D818

R608

D606

D604

R610

Q604

7

R609

R602

IC603

R607

1

C604

IC102

4

5

R805

R804

Q804

1

8

Q802

R803

R807

D811

Q803

R814

R810

R802

C702

C704

C709

C707

C708

C706

FB702

R703

FB701

R702 C322

C323

34

C316

C321

R315

33

R314

C318

R312

23

R313

C320

R311 C313

C314

R309

C312

22

R308

B

Q311

C

E

R339 R357

C389

C390

B

C

R358

E

Q312

R359

CN901

C812

FB104

D103

C123

C124

R138

C113

C112

R137

C346

IC502

1

R508

4 3

2

R510

D502

R307

CN101

C105

C106

1

IC103

5

FB124

R121

R122

R124

FB123

FB107

FB105

FB101

16

IC302

9

1

C334

8

C341

C343

R330

IC303

C339

4 1

C335

R334

R333

5

C338

8

C336

FB110

FB106

FB108

C333

C330

C116

C117

FB103

C115

R131

R328 R331 R332

FB303

C121 R106 R115

C120

R105

FB109

C118

C125

C107

C822

C114

FB301

C103

C104

C329

C101

C111

C819

C337

C347

C345

C344

C108

R524

R562

R563

C536

3

5

R575

4

1

IC505

4

5

1 3

IC506

C386

IC301

44

1 11

R306

12

R305

TH501

C310

Q307 Q310

R906

C221

B

D201

R212

E

Q201

C

D307

R302

R303 R304

R301

Q308 Q309

(AEP, UK, RU)

D301

Q301

C302

D303 D302

C208

D304

C502

(AEP, UK, RU)

E

R538

B

Q501

C

R537

C520

R539

R540

R545

R544

51

R541

50

R570

R571

R505

R502

R503

R504

R574

C504

75

R511

C505

R512

C506 C507

C519

R542

R543

D501

R527

26

25

R528

R526

R521

D305

C530

IC501

R519

R901

1

R518

76

R550

R517

100

C529 C511

1 5

C510

(NTSC)

(PAL)

R549

R548

R547

(AEP, UK, RU)

R561

C513

R572

R551

3

C523

C524

4

IC503

R516

R522 R560

1

C525

4

R553

C526

IC504

8

5

R577

R554

R576

R907

D401

C211

20

IC201

C202

1

R208

C206

D402

C204

R202

11

10

D102

C122

D101

Q801

1

6

CN501

NC

R801

(CHASSIS)

(CHASSIS)

M

M901

(FAN)

(CHASSIS)

O

1-867-990-

11

(11)

16

P

32 32

MEX-R5

MEX-R5

5-13. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – MAIN Section (2/2) –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

O

F

SUB BOARD

CN101

(Page 39)

E

SUB BOARD

CN101

(Page 39)

: Uses unleaded solder.

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

(FRONT VIEW)

15 16 17 18 19

MAIN BOARD

(CONDUCTOR SIDE)

F801

CN602

BUS CONTROL

IN

J201

(ANTENNA IN)

TUX201

(FM/AM TUNER PACK)

C209

FB311

FB312

R205

R213

FB208

R210

R206

R207

BZ801

R401

R364

CN301

R614

CN601

(DIGITAL OUT)

C376

C340

CN602

CN801

C381

C350 C371

C378

R909

1

R908

R349

4

CN902

C363

R346

C365

C366

C367

C368

C369 R350

C391

D809

IC306

1 4 4 1

R347

D810

D805

D808 D817

D816

OUT

IN

C377

C809

C814

D806

C375

D802

C372

C356 C355

C815

C816

Q904

CN701 C351

C354

Q905

C353

Q907

18

20

17

C818

Q906

(AEP, UK, RU)

C212

C222

R211

C219

C220

FB211

(AEP, UK, RU)

C201

R201

R203

C203

Q902

R204

C205 C207

X201

C380

C315

C806 C804

C802

IC701

C319

C324

TP902

25

C388

C311 C317

C327

30

C705

34

IC801

C387

C370

C326

C325

C305

C304

C303

C328

R317

R348

D306

C331

C332

1

3

IC305

R316

4

5

C903

Q903

R904

R905

R903

C901

C352

C902

R533

(AEP, UK, RU)

R535

C349

C527

C518

R534

C535

R536

C534

R525

C528

C512

L501

R520

C516

C532

R565

R523

R531

C531

C533

R529

R530 R532

R566

R564

C517 R546

EXCEPT

AEP, UK, RU

R513

C521

R569

C501

C503

R507

R506

R568

R567

TP901

R515

R501

BLK

IC304

C127

R352

R354

C110

R353

R355

C820

C342

C126

FB302

L301

C109

IC101

R322

C392

R132

1

C821

R145

R133

8

C703

5

C701

R143

R134

FB111

R136

C119

R135

R141

R142

D815

FB102

FB121

C602

FB118

TH601

R902

Q901

R910

R573

R103

X501

X502

S501

RESET

R615

FB112 FB119

FB113

CNJ601

REMOTE IN

CNJ601

R617

R616

L801

R612

FB114

R611

1-867-990-

11

(11)

TO

CN801

(CHASSIS)

IN

OUT

CN401

B BASE BOARD

CN901

(Page 34)

(CHASSIS) (CHASSIS)

SPEAKER BOARD

SPEAKER BOARD

BLU

RED

BLK

WHT

GRN

VIO

GRY

1

GRN

WHT

GRY

VIO

RL+ RL–

FL+

FR+

FL–

FR–

RR+ RR–

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

RED

BLU

ACC GND

NC

ANT REM

NC BATT

NC NC

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

4

WHT/BLK

HT

GRN/BLK

GRN

VIO/BLK

VIO

GRY/BLK

GRY

LIGHT BLU

BLU/WHT

ORG/WHT

BLU

GRN

RED

YEL

BLK

GRN/BLK

WHT/BLK

GRY/BLK

VIO/BLK

GRN

YEL

WHT/BLK

GRN/BLK

VIO/BLK

GRY/BLK

LIGHT BLU

BLU/WHT

ORG/WHT

BLK

ORG/WHT

YEL

(SIDE A)

(SIDE B)

(AEP, UK, RU)

ATT

AMP REM

MAX 0.3A

PARKING

BRAKE

(US, CND, E)

FRONT LCH (–)

FRONT LCH (+)

REAR LCH (–)

REAR LCH (+)

REAR RCH (–)

REAR RCH (+)

FRONT RCH (–)

FRONT RCH (+)

ATT

AMP REM MAX 0.3A

ILL

ANT REM MAX 0.1A

PARKING BRAKE

ACC

BATT

GND

TO

CN301

1

3

5

7

2

4

6

8

9 10

11 12

13 14

15 16

P

20

4

1-867-991 11

(11)

1

21

1-867-991

11

(11)

VIDEO OUT: FRONT

(R)

BUS AUDIO IN/AUX AUDIO IN

(L)

SUB OUT (MONO)

(R)

AUDIO OUT: REAR

(L)

(R)

AUDIO OUT: FRONT

(L)

IC101

IC304

IC305

IC306

IC701

IC801

Q202

Q901

Q902

Q903

Q904

Q905

Q906

Q907

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D306

D802

D805

D806

D808

D809

D810

D815

D816

D817

D-6

D-10

D-10

D-9

D-12

C-8

C-9

D-13

D-13

D-12

J-11

G-10

I-6

B-9

E-12

F-12

F-4

K-5

K-4

K-5

D-4

E-4

E-11

E-10

33 33

MEX-R5

5-14. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – BASE Board –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6

BASE BOARD

(SIDE A)

A

S914

LED914

S915

S914,LED914

ATT

S915,LED915

+

B

LED915

R944

(Page 38)

PRESET BOARD

CN905

D

: Uses unleaded solder.

7 8

C

CN903

D

E

LED916

S916

S916,LED916

R946

R947

BASE BOARD

(SIDE B)

F

R914

R915

G

H

9

D906

10 11 12 13 14

(Page 36)

DISPLAY BOARD

CN904

C

12

CN902

1

S961

PANEL OPEN

DETECT

R5515X

LED902

S917

S902

S902,LED902

OFF

S917,LED917

LED917

R949

SEEK

R901

S918

LED918

S918,LED918

IC972

R972

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MAIN BOARD

CN101

B

D902

CN901

R990

D903

D963

C973

R975

R976

R952

R951

R950

D962

R916

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D902

D903

D906

D962

D963

D981

F-11

G-12

F-9

G-13

G-12

F-7

IC972 D-13

LED902 A-14

LED914 A-1

LED915 B-1

LED916 C-1

LED917 B-13

LED918 C-13

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MEX-R5

34 34

MEX-R5

5-15. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – BASE Board –

DISPLAY

BOARD

CN904

(Page 37)

PRESET

BOARD

CN905

(Page 38)

CN902

CN903

BASE BOARD

R976

680

R973

150

R974

150

LED902

CL–190UB2–X–T

OFF

R948

150

LED917

CL–190UB2–X–T

SEEK +

LED914

CL–190UB2–X–T

ATT

LED915

R943

150

CL–190UB2–X–T

R949

150

R944

150

R972

100

IC972

C973

0.1

D962

RB751V–40

D963

UDZSTE–1718B

S961

PANEL OPEN

DETECT

R975

4.7K

LED918

CL–190UB2–X–T

SEEK –

R951

220

R952

330

R950

150

R945

150

LED916

CL–190UB2–X–T

VOL –

D903

UDZSTE–176.8B

R946

220

R947

150

S918

R916

1k

S917

R915

680

S916

VOL –

R914

680

S915

VOL +

R913

680

S914

R902

680

S902

ATT OFF

R901

680

SEEK

R990

100

D902

UDZSTE–1718B

CN901

MAIN

BOARD

(2/3)

CN401

(Page 30)

35 35

MEX-R5

MEX-R5

5-16. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – DISPLAY Board –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5

: Uses unleaded solder.

6 7

A

1

A

K

S1

LSW921

ZxZ

S2

R953

R920

B

LED932

(LCD BACK LIGHT)

LCD911

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL

S2

A

K

S1

LSW920

SOUND

72

C

D

LSW901, LEW918 – 921

A

K

S1

S2

37

8

36

9

LED931

(LCD BACK LIGHT)

10 11

LSW901

A

K

S1

A

K

S1

LSW918

DSO

S2

S2

S1

K

A

LSW919

EQ7

S2

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12

(Page 34)

BASE BOARD

CN902

C

E

R926

R925

R924

R965

R966

12

CN904

1

F

R969

Q925

IC901

LED961

(CD SLOT)

G

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Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. Location

D984 F-4

IC901 E-6

LED931 B-10

LED932 B-2

LED961 F-6

Q925 F-3

MEX-R5

36 36

MEX-R5

5-17. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – DISPLAY Board –

IC901

MEX-R5

R981

R982

R980

R983

C984

C983

C982 C981

C985

R987

( )

LED961

CL– 270UB2 –X–TS

(CD SLOT)

R964

100

R96

100

R961

100

R965

100

R953

100

LSW921(2/2)

DPSL

LSW918(2/2)

DSO

R954

100

R966

100

R962

100

LSW919(2/2)

EQ3

R955

100

LSW901(2/2)

LSW920(2/2)

SEL

LED931

NSCW505CT–A

R924

68

R925

68

R926

68

LED932

NSCW505CT–A

R969

470

Q925

DTC143ZKA–T146

CN904

R920 R919 R918 R917

LSW921(1/2)

ZxZ

LSW920(1/2)

SOUND

LSW919(1/2)

EQ7

LSW918 (1/2)

DSO

LSW901(1/2)

BASE

BOARD

CN902

(Page 35)

LCD911

37 37

MEX-R5

5-18. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – PRESET Board –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6

: Uses unleaded solder.

7 8

A

A

K

S1

LSW903

SOURCE

S2

A

K

S1

LSW904

MODE

S2

A

K

S1

LSW905

REP

1

S2

B

C

R931

CN905

R903

R932

9 10

A

K

S1

LSW906

S2

SHUF

2 A

K

S1

LSW907

S2

LSW907

3

ALBM

A

K

S1

LSW908

S2

LSW908

+

4

R905

R934

R906

R935

R907

R936

A

K

S1

LSW909

S2

5

A

K

S1

LSW910

6

S2

A

LSW903 – 913

K

S1

S2

R908

R937

D

D

BASE BOARD

CN903

(Page 34)

11

A

K

S1

LSW911

S2

LSW911

AF/TA

DSPL

12 13 14

A

K

S1

LSW912

S2

A

K

S1

LSW913

DVD u

S2

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LSW912

PICTURE

EQ

SCRL

(AEP, UK, RU)

(EXCEPT AEP, UK, RU)

R910

R939

R911

R940

R912

R942

R930

R941

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5-19. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – PRESET Board –

CN905

BASE

BOARD

CN903

(Page 35)

MEX-R5

LSW903(2/2)

SOURCE

R931

150

LSW904(2/2)

MODE

R932

150

R903 R904

LSW907(2/2)

ALBM –

3

R935

150

(AEP, UK, RU)

EXCEPT

AEP, UK, RU

LSW911(2/2)

AF/TA

DSPL

LSW908(2/2)

ALBM +

4

R936

150

(AEP, UK, RU)

EXCEPT

AEP, UK, RU

LSW912(2/2)

PICTURE

EQ

SCRL

LSW905(2/2)

REP

1

R933

150

R939

150

R940

150

LSW906(2/2)

SHUF

2

R934

150

R905 R906 R907 R908 R909

SOURCE MODE

REP

1

SHUF

2

3

ALBM +

4

5 6

LSW909(2/2)

5

R937

150

LSW910(2/2)

6

R938

150

R910 R911

LSW913(2/2)

DVD u

R941

330

R912

R942

150

R930

220

AF/TA

DSPL

DVD u

PICTURE

EQ

SCRL

(AEP, UK, RU)

EXCEPT

AEP, UK, RU

38 38

5-20. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – SUB Board –

See page 23 for Circuit Boards Location.

: Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4

A

(Page 33)

MAIN BOARD

CN701

E F

MAIN BOARD

CN902

(Page 33)

SUB BOARD

B

CN101

C

D

JR107

JR106

1

JR105

JR104

AVT101

RF UNIT

IC101

10

1-867-034-

11

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MEX-R5

5-21. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – SUB Board –

See page 41 for IC Block Diagrams.

RF CONTROL

IC101

TC74HC139AF

C101

0.1

(Page 29)

(Page 30)

CN101

7P

VCC

GND

VOUT REAR

DVD RCH

DVD LCH

CNT A

CNT B

JR108 0

JR109 0

JR102 0

JR101 0

JR107

0

JR104

0

0

10V JR103 0

JR106 0

JR105 0

AVT101

RF UNIT

LED4

LED3

LED2

LED1

CH-SW

VIN

AUDIO_L

AUDIO_R

GND

VIDEO

39

MEX-R5

Waveforms

– SERVO Board –

1

IC1

1

(RFIN),

2

(RFIP)

(DVD play mode)

– MAIN Board –

qa

IC201

4

(OSCO)

DVD play: 460 mVp-p

CD play: 360 mVp-p

200 mV/DIV, 100 ns/DIV

2

IC1

qa

(RFAC)

(DVD play mode)

230 ns

2 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV

5 Vp-p qs

IC302

1

(BCK)

1.5 Vp-p

500 mV/DIV, 50 ns/DIV

3

IC1

eh

(TE)

(DVD play mode)

4.4 Vp-p

324 ns

2 V/DIV, 200 ns/DIV qd

IC302

3

(LRCK)

DVD play: Approx. 230 mVp-p

CD play: Approx. 840 mVp-p

200 mV/DIV, 1

µ s/DIV

4

IC1

el

(FE)

(DVD play mode)

4.4 Vp-p

20.8

µ s

2 V/DIV, 10

µ s/DIV qf

IC302

qh

(SCK)

Approx.

50 mVp-p

50 mV/DIV, 1

µ s/DIV

5

IC6

<zx.

(PA0)

(DVD play mode (color bar))

1.6 Vp-p

54.6 ns

500 mV/DIV, 20 ns/DIV qg

IC501

uj

(X1A)

1.3 Vp-p

H

500 mV/DIV, 20

µ s/DIV

3.4 Vp-p

30.6

µ s

1 V/DIV, 10

µ s/DIV qh

IC501

ia

(X1)

qj

IC701

wg

(CYOUT),

ea

(VOUT)

(DVD play mode (color bar))

2.5 Vp-p

H

1 V/DIV, 20

µ s/DIV

3.5 Vp-p

272 ns

1 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV

40

IC Block Diagrams

– SERVO Board –

IC1 CXD5002R

VCC2 49

HAVC 50

MD 51

MC 52

MB 53

MA 54

FON 55

FOP 56

TRN 57

TRP 58

SD 59

SC 60

SB 61

SA 62

VDD_RF 63

NC 64

48 47 46 45

V/I REF

44 43 42 41 40

AUTOMATIC POWER

CONTROL

VREF VHALF IREF

4

MAIN/SUB

MUX

4

PULL IN ERROR

BLOCK

SUM, GCA,

OFFSET

4

4

SUM

LENSE POSITION ERROR

BLOCK

SUM, MUX,

GCA, OFFSET

FE MUX

FE

BALANCE,

OFFSET

39 38 37 36 35

SIGNAL

MONITOR

34 33

TZC

DIFFERENTIAL

AMP

MUX

SERIAL

CONTROL

REGISTER

DEFECT

& BCA

MIRROR

4

SUM

MUX

4

SUM

TE MUX

TE

BALANCE,

OFFSET

4

GCA,

EQ

4

DPD,

LIMITER

32

31

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

NC

SDEN

SDATA

SCLK

MRSTB

GND_IO

DFT

MIRR

TZC

RFHLD

VDD_IO

4

SUM

1 2

RF MUX

3

AUTO

GAIN

CONTROL

RF EQ

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

DIFFERENTIAL

AMP

11 12 13 14 15 16

TEST 21 TEST

20

19

NC

NC

18 GND

17

NC

MEX-R5

41

MEX-R5

IC2 BH6599KV-E2

CNF4 37

CNF3 38

CNF2 39

CNF1 40

VREF 41

IN1 42

IN2 43

IN3 44

IN4 45

36 35 34

PWM

DRIVER

NF AMP LOGIC

33 32 31 30

PWM

DRIVER

NF AMP LOGIC

29 28

PWM

DRIVER

NF AMP LOGIC

27 26 25

PWM

DRIVER

NF AMP LOGIC

STANDBY

SHORT

BRAKE

24 STBY

23 SB

VREF

INSP 46

FG 47

RNF 48

CURRENT

LIMITER

OSC

THERMAL

SHUT-DOWN

FREQUENCY

GENERATOR

REVERSE

PROTECT

PHASE

SHIFT

OSC

3-PHASE

PWM DRIVER

180 deg MATRIX

3-PHASE

PWM DRIVER

3-PHASE

PWM DRIVER

+

+

+

22 SPCNF

21

20

GND

VCC

19

18

HWN

HWP

17

16

HVN

HVP

15

14

HUN

HUP

HALL BIAS 13 HB

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

42

/WE 16

/CAS 17

/RAS 18

/CS 19

BA0 20

BA1 21

A10 22

A0 23

A1 24

A2 25

A3 26

VDD 27

IC7 EDS6416AHTA-6BTT-E

VDD 1

DQ0 2

VDDQ 3

DQ1 4

DQ2 5

VSSQ 6

DQ3 7

DQ4 8

VDDQ 9

DQ5 10

DQ6 11

VSSQ 12

DQ7 13

VDD 14

DQML 15

COMMAND

DECODER

CONTROL

LOGIC

ROW ADDRESS

BUFFER

& REFRESH COUNTER

COLUMN ADDRESS

BUFFER

& BURST COUNTER

BANK 3

BANK 2

BANK 1

BANK 0

SENSE AMPLIFIER

COLUMN DECODER &

LATCH CIRCUIT

DATA CONTROL CIRCUIT

LATCH CIRCUIT

INPUT/OUTPUT BUFFER

MODE

REGISTER

CLOCK

GENERATOR

38

37

CLK

CKE

36 NC

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

A11

A9

A8

A7

A6

A5

A4

28 VSS

54 VSS

44

43

42

48

47

46

45

53

52

51

50

49

DQ15

VSSQ

DQ14

DQ13

VDDQ

DQ12

DQ11

VSSQ

DQ10

DQ9

VDDQ

DQ8

41

40

VSS

NC

39 DQMH

MEX-R5

43

MEX-R5

A15

A10

A9

A8

A19

A20

A14

A13

A12

A11

1

6

7

8

9

10

2

3

4

5

WE

RESET

NC

WP/ACC

RY/BY

11

12

13

14

15

IC10 MBM29DL32TF-70TN-E1-S001

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

A18

A17

A7

A6

A5

A4

A3

A2

A1

STATE

CONTROL

&

COMMAND

REGISTER

CONTROL

STATUS

X-DECODER

CELL

MATRIX

12M BIT

(BANK C)

X-DECODER

CELL

MATRIX

4M BIT

(BANK D)

X-DECODER

CELL

MATRIX

4M BIT

(BANK A)

X-DECODER

CELL

MATRIX

12M BIT

(BANK B)

– MAIN Board –

IC102 BD7931F

1

8 7

CONTROL

LOGIC

POWER CMOS

H-BRIDGE

2 3

6 5

THERMAL

SHUT-DOWN

4

48 A16

37 VCC

36 DQ11

35 DQ3

34 DQ10

33 DQ2

32 DQ9

31 DQ1

30 DQ8

29 DQ0

28 OE

27 VSS

26 CE

47 BYTE

46 VSS

45 DQ15/A-1

44 DQ7

43 DQ14

42 DQ6

41 DQ13

40 DQ5

39 DQ12

38 DQ4

25 A0

IC201 SAA6588T/V2-518

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

MULTI

PATH

DETECTOR

POWER SUPPLY

& RESET

57kHz

8th ORDER

BAND-PASS FILTER

CLOCKED

COMPARATOR

RDS/RDBS

DEMODULATOR

TEST

CONTROL

RDS/RDBS

DECODER

CLOCK

SIGNAL QUALITY

DECODER

4 5

4

INTERFACE

REGISTER

DATA

OSCILLATOR

& CLOCK

CLOCK

DATA

IIC BUS SLAVE

TRANSCEIVER

PAUSE

DETECTOR

12 11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

IC103 PQ20WZ1UJ00H

1

CONTROL

2 3 4 5

44

MEX-R5

IC301 TDA7416

33 32 31 30 29

POWER

NC 34

ACOUTR 35

ACINSW 36

ACOUTSW 37

CREF 38

NC 39

IN4L 40

IN4R 41

IN3L 42

IN3R 43

IN2L 44

HPF

7 BAND

EQUALIZER

SOFT STEP

MAIN VOLUME

SOFT MUTE

LOUDNESS

IN-GAIN

MAIN

SELECTOR

REAR

SELECTOR

SUB WOOFER

28 27 26

SOFT STEP FADER

ZERO CROSS

SOFT STEP FADER

HPF2

HPF2

SOFT STEP FADER

SOFT STEP FADER

SOFT STEP FADER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

MIXER

MIXER

25 24 23

FADER

8

SPECTRUM

ANALYZER

I2CBUS

16 SAOUT

15 MUTE

14 SACLK

13 SCL

12 SDA

9 10 11

22 OUTRF

21 OUTRR

20 AC2INR

19

18

AC2OUTR

FILOR

17 SWOUT

45

MEX-R5

IC302 PCM1751DBQR

16 15 14 13 12 11

ZERO DETECT

SYSTEM

CLOCK

MANAGER

SYSTEM

CLOCK

FUNCTION

CONTROL

INTERFACE

SERIAL

INPUT

INTERFACE

8 TIME OVER

SAMPLING

DIGITAL FILTER

WITH

FUNCTION

CONTROLLER

ENHANCED

MULTI-LEVEL

DELTA-SIGMA

MODULATOR

D/A

CONVERTER

D/A

CONVERTER

OUTPUT AMP AND

LOW-PASS FILTER

OUTPUT AMP AND

LOW-PASS FILTER

10 9

1 2 3

POWER SUPPLY

4 5 6 7 8

IC304 NJM2750M-TE2

IN1A 1

CNT1 2

IN2A 3

CNT2 4

IN4A 5

LOGIC

IN1B 6

IN2B 7

IN4B 8

BIAS

16 GND

15

OUTA

14 V+

13 IN3A

12 VREF

11 OUTB

10 NC

9 IN3B

46

MEX-R5

IC306 TDA8588AJ/N2/R1

PGND2/TAB 1

OUT3– 3

OUT3+ 5

OUT1– 7

OUT1+ 9

IN1 11

SGND 13

IN2 15

OUT2+ 17

OUT2– 19

OUT4+ 21

OUT4– 23

DIAG 25

SW2 27

SW1 29

REG3 31

REG4 33

VP 35

REG2 37

MUTING

MUTING

MUTING

MUTING

STANDBY/

MUTING

REF

VP

2

SDA

4 SCL

6

VP2

8 PGND1

10

SVR

12 IN3

14

IN4

16 ACGND

18

PGND3

20 VP1

22

STB

24 PGND4

PROTECTION/

DIAGNOSTIC

CLIP DETECT/

DIAGNOSTIC

IIC-BUS

INTERFACE

ENABLE

LOGIC

(REGULATOR & SWITCH BLOCK)

TEMPERATURE & LOAD

DUMP PROTECTION

AMPLIFIER

TEMPERATURE & LOAD

DUMP PROTECTION

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

REGULATOR 3

REGULATOR 4

REGULATOR 1

REGULATOR 5

RESET 26 RST

28 RES-CAP

30 REG1

32 GND

34 REG5

36 BU-CUP

REGULATOR 2

IC504 BR24L08FV-WE2

8kbit EEPROM ARRAY

ADDRESS

DECODER

10bit

SLAVE/ WORD

ADDRESS REGISTER

DATA

REGISTER

A0

A1

A2

1

2

3

GND

4

CONTROL CIRCUIT

HIGH–VOLTAGE

GENERATOR

POWER SUPPLY

VOLTAGE DETECTOR

ACK

8

7

6

Vcc

WP

SCL

5 SDA

IC603 BA8271F-E2

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

1

2 3 4 5 6

RESET

SWITCH

7

47

MEX-R5

IC701 MM1567AJBE

VCC1

1

CIN 2

MUTE1 3

VIN 4

BIAS

CLAMP

4dB

4dB

LPF

LPF

+

YC MIX 5

CLAMP

YIN 6

BIAS 7

GND1 8

NC 9

GND1 10

NC 11

CYIN 12

CLP 13

BIAS

CLAMP

4dB

BIAS

4dB

LPF

LPF

CbIN 14

MUTE2 15

BIAS

4dB LPF

4dB

LPF

CrIN 16

GND2 17

BIAS

2dB

75

DRIVER

2dB

75

DRIVER

2dB

75

DRIVER

2dB

75

DRIVER

2dB

75

DRIVER

2dB

75

DRIVER

26 GND2

25 CYOUT

24

CYSAG

23 GND2

22 CbOUT

21

CbSAG

20 GND2

19 CrOUT

18 CrSAG

34

VCC2

33 COUT

32 GND2

31 VOUT

30 VSAG

29 GND2

28

YOUT

27 YSAG

– SUB Board –

IC101 TC74HC139AF (EL)

VCC

16

Y0

15

Y1

14

Y2

13

DATA OUTPUTS

Y3

12

Y4

11

Y5

10

Y6

9

A

Y0

B

Y1

C

Y2 Y3

G2A G2B

Y4

G1

Y5

Y7

Y6

1

A

2

B

SELECT

3

C

4

G2A

5

G2B

ENABLE

6

G1

OUTPUT

7

Y7

8

GND

48

IC Pin Function Descripition

SERVO BOARD IC1 CXD5002R (DVD ANALOG FRONT-END)

Pin No.

1, 2

3

4, 5

42

43

44

39

40

41

36

37

38

33

34

35

45

46

47

48

49

29

30

31

32

26

27

28

19, 20

21

22

23

24

25

12, 13

14

15

16

17

18

9

10

11

6

7

8

Pin Name

RFIN, RFIP

SUMF

AGHPF1,

AGHPF2

TEIN

VDD_SRV

SIGM

TE

LE

PE

FE

PDCD

LDCD

SRV_GND

PDDVD

LDDVD

IREFT

VREF

VHALF

V33

VCC2

TST

VDD_IO

RFHLD

TZC

MIRR

DFT

IO_GND

XRST

SCLK

SDATA

SDEN

NC

AGFR

VCC

IREFE

RF_GND

EQHPF

RFAC

EQOP, EQON

TOPH

BOTH

BOTLPF

NC

GND

NC

I/O

I Differential RF signal input terminal

DC filter connection terminal for differential sum amplifier

-

Filter connection terminal for AGC filter

Power supply terminal (+5V)

Resistor connection terminal for cut-off frequency setting of RF equalizer

Ground terminal

High-pass filter connection terminal for AGC detection block

O Single RF signal output terminal

O Differential RF signal output terminal Not used

Top hold terminal for envelope detection

Bottom hold terminal for envelope detection

Low-pass filter connection terminal for bottom envelope detection

Not used

Ground terminal

Not used

O Output terminal for test

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

I Hold control signal input terminal Fixed at "L" in this set

O Tracking zero-cross output terminal Not used

O MIRROR detection signal output terminal

O DEFECT detection signal output terminal

Ground terminal

I System reset signal input from the reset signal generator

I Serial data transfer clock signal input from the DVD processor

I/O Serial data input/output terminal with the DVD processor

I Serial data transfer enable signal input from the DVD processor

Not used

I Detection signal input for tracking zero-cross

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O Analog signal monitor output to the DVD processor

O Tracking error signal output terminal

O Lens position error signal output terminal

O Pull-in error signal output terminal

O Focus error signal output terminal

I Light amount monitor input from the laser diode (for CD)

O Laser diode on/off control signal output terminal (for CD)

Ground terminal

I Light amount monitor input from the laser diode (for DVD)

O Laser diode on/off control signal output terminal (for DVD)

Resistor connection terminal for reference current setting

O Reference voltage (+2.5V) output terminal

O Reference voltage (+1.65V) output

I

-

Voltage (+3.3V) input terminal for VHALF (pin 47)

Power supply terminal (+5V)

Description

High-pass filter connection terminal for AGC input block

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Pin No.

50

51 to 54

55, 56

57

58

59 to 62

63

64

Pin Name

HAVC

MD to MA

FON, FOP

TRN

TRP

SD to SA

VDD_RF

NC

I/O Description

I Reference voltage input for interface with optical pick-up

I Main 4D signal input from the optical pick-up

I Focus error signal input from the optical pick-up Not used

I F signal input from the optical pick-up

I E signal input from the optical pick-up

I Sub 4D signal input from the optical pick-up

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Not used

50

35

36, 37

38

39

40

41

42

32

33

34

29

30

31

43

44

45, 46

47

48, 49

50

22

23

24

25, 26

27

28

19

20

21

16

17

18

13

14

15

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

8

SERVO BOARD IC6 M6578FP (DVD PROCESSOR)

Pin No.

1

2

3, 4

Pin Name

DVDD33

EXPLDT

I/O

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

I RF data (logic level) input terminal

Description

SPWM1,

SPWM2

FG

SEN

SDT

SCK

MIRR

DEFCT

DVDD15

DVSS

TZC

RFAC

TLC

AVSS

IREF

JMREF

JMOUT

AVDD33

CHG

VFBC

VCOI

AVDD15

LPF1, LPF2

RC

AVSS

FE

TE

SE

PI

AMPMNT

AD5

AVDD33

AVSS

STB

FSCON

STA

TSCON

AVDD33

DVDD15

O PWM output for the spindle motor drive

I FG signal input from the coil/motor driver

O Enable signal output to the DVD analog front-end

I/O

O

I

Serial data input/output terminal with the DVD analog front-end

Serial data transfer clock signal output to the DVD analog front-end

Mirror detection signal input terminal "H": mirror detect

I Defect detection signal input of RF signal

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

Ground terminal

I

I

O

-

Tracking zero-cross signal input terminal

Single RF signal input terminal

Asymmetry charge pump output terminal

Ground terminal

I Reference current setting terminal for asymmetry circuit

I Reference current setting terminal for jitter monitor

O Jitter monitor output terminal

-

I

I

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Reference current setting terminal of charge pump for data PLL

Offset frequency setting terminal of VCO for data PLL

I VCO free-run frequency setting terminal

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

O Loop filter connection terminal of VCO for data PLL

I

-

I

Gain setting terminal of VCO for data PLL

Ground terminal

Focus error signal input terminal

I Tracking error signal input terminal

I Sled error signal input terminal

I Pull-in error signal input terminal

I

I

-

Analog signal monitor input from the DVD analog front-end

A/D input terminal Not used

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Ground terminal

O PWM output for the sled motor drive

O PWM output for the focus coil drive

O

O

-

-

PWM output for the sled motor drive

PWM output for the tracking coil drive

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

DVSS Ground terminal

GIO12, GIO11 I/O Not used

LMT_SW I Limit switch input terminal

GIO9, GIO8

SLPF1

I/O Not used

O Loop filter connection terminal of VCO for system clock PLL

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51

MEX-R5

Pin No.

51

52

53

54

55

56

57 to 59

Pin Name

PLLAVDD33

PLLAVDD15

PLLGND

SLPF2

XO

XI

GIO14, GIO13,

GIO15

MA10

MA8

MBA1

MA9

MBA0

MA11

DVSS

DVDD33

DCS

DCS2

RAS

CAS

CLKOUT

DVSS

DVDD15

MA3

MA4

MA2

MA5

MA1

MA6

DVSS

DVDD33

MA0

MA7

MCLK

DWE

DQMU

DQML

MD7

MD8

MD6

MD9

DVDD15

DVSS

MD5

MD10

MD4

MD11

81

82

83

84

78

79

80

75

76

77

72

73

74

69

70

71

66

67

68

63

64

65

60

61

62

94

95

96

91

92

93

97

98

88

89

90

85

86

87

I/O

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Description

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

Ground terminal

O Loop filter connection terminal of VCO for system clock PLL

O System clock output terminal (36.864 MHz)

I System clock input terminal (36.864 MHz)

I/O Not used

O Clock signal output terminal Not used

Ground terminal

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

Ground terminal

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Bank address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Bank address signal output to the SD-RAM

O Address signal output to the SD-RAM

Ground terminal

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O Chip select signal output to the SD-RAM

O Chip select signal output terminal Not used

O Row address strobe signal output to the SD-RAM

O Column address strobe signal output to the SD-RAM

O Serial data transfer clock signal output to the SD-RAM

O Write enable signal output to the SD-RAM

O Write mask signal output to the SD-RAM (upper byte)

O Write mask signal output to the SD-RAM (lower byte)

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

Ground terminal

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

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Pin No.

99

100

101

102

Pin Name

DVDD33

DVSS

MD3

MD12

I/O

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Ground terminal

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

Description

103

104

105

123

124

125

MD2

MD13

MD1

MD14 106

107

108

MD0

MD15

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

109

110 to 112 PIO1 7 to PIO1 5

I/O Not used

113 to 119 PIO2 7 to PIO2 1

I/O Not used

120

121

122

DVDD33

VMUTE

DVSS

DVDD15

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O Video muting on/off control signal output terminal Not used

-

-

Ground terminal

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

PIO1 3 I/O Not used

PIO1 1

RESET

TEST

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM

I/O

I

I

Not used

System reset signal input from the system controller "L": reset

Test mode setting terminal "H": test mode, normally fixed at "L" 126

127

128

VDACVSS

DAOUTB0

-

O

Ground terminal

Not used

O Video signal output terminal 129

130

131

132

133, 134

BIAS1, BIAS2

135

VDACIREF

136

PA2

137

138

139

PA0

VDACVDD33

PA1

AVRI

VDACVDD33

PA3

DAOUTB1

VDACVDD33

-

O

I

I

I

O

-

O

O

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Video signal (Y) output terminal Not used

Reference voltage input for internal video D/A converter

Bias voltage setting terminal for internal video D/A converter

Input for reference voltage of internal video D/A converter

Video signal (Cb) output terminal Not used

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Video signal (Cr) output terminal Not used

Not used

Power supply terminal (+3.3V) 140

141

142

DVDD33

AMUTE

MD

-

O

O

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

Audio muting on/off control signal output terminal

Serial data output to the D/A converter 143

144

145

MC

ML

DVSS

O

O

-

Serial data transfer clock signal output to the D/A converter

Latch signal output to the D/A converter

Ground terminal 146

147

148

DVDD15

HADR10

-

O

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

Address signal output to the flash memory

149 to 157

HADR22 to

HADR14

O Address signal output to the flash memory

158

O Address signal output to the flash memory

159 to 162

163

HADR31

HDAT7 to

HDAT4

DVSS

I/O

-

Two-way data bus with the flash memory

Ground terminal

53

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Pin No.

164 to 167

168

169

170

171

172 to 178

179

180

181, 182

200

201

202

203

204

205

194

195

196

197

198

199

188

189

190

191

192

193

183

184

185

186

187

206

207

208, 209

210

211

212

213

214

215

216

Pin Name

HDAT3 to

HDAT0

RS

WP

HADR30

DVDD33

HADR29 to

HADR23

TDO

TRST

TMS

TDI

TCK

DVDD15

DVSS

RTS

CTS

TXD

RXD

L/R

C/SW

HADR13

WS

HADR12,

HADR11

SIN0

DVSS

SOUT0

SCLK0

_PIO1 0

LS/RS

DOWNMIX

SPDIFOUT0

DVDD33

LRCLK

DACCLK

DOCLK

GIO7, GIO6

GAINSW

CMD

REQ

SKM

RF_RST

CD/DVD

DVSS

I/O

I/O Two-way data bus with the flash memory

Description

O Data read strobe signal output to the flash memory

O Control signal output for data write protector or writing speed to the flash memory

O Address signal output to the flash memory

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O Address signal output to the flash memory

O Address signal output to the flash memory

O Write enable signal output to the flash memory

O Address signal output to the flash memory

I Serial data input terminal Not used

Ground terminal

O Serial data output terminal Not used

O Serial data transfer clock signal output terminal

I/O Not used

O Data output terminal for JTAG test Normally not used

I Reset signal input terminal for JTAG test Normally not used

I Mode setting terminal for JTAG test Normally not used

I Serial data input terminal for JTAG test Normally not used

I Clock signal input terminal for JTAG test Normally not used

Power supply terminal (+1.5V)

Ground terminal

O Data send request signal output terminal for UART communication

I Data send request signal input terminal for UART communication

O Transmit data output terminal for UART communication

I Receive data input terminal for UART communication

O PCM audio signal output terminal (L/R channel) Not used

O PCM audio signal output terminal (C/SW channel) Not used

O PCM audio signal output terminal (SL/SR channel) Not used

O PCM audio signal output terminal (downmix)

O SPDIF audio signal output terminal

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

O L/R sampling clock signal output to the D/A converter

O Serial data transfer clock signal output to the D/A converter

O Serial data output to the D/A converter

I/O Not used

I Gain switch input from the optical pick-up block

I/O Not used

I/O Not used

I/O Not used

I System reset signal input from the reset signal generator

O CD/DVD switching control signal output terminal

Ground terminal

54

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36, 37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

30

31

32

26

27

28

29

33

34

35

23

24

25

20

21

22

17

18

19

14

15

16

ATT

VOLATT

REAR_ATT

LCDSO

LCDCKO

LCDCE

NC

VCC

DIAG

STB

NC

RXD

TXD

NC

G_DOWN

NC

SA_CLK

I2CCKO

I2CSIO

AVCC

AVRH

AVSS

KEYIN0,

KEYIN1

RCIN0

VSM

VSS

QUALITY

PARKING

TEMP

SA_IN

MAIN BOARD IC501 MB90474PFV-G-213-BNDE1 (SYSTEM CONTROLLER)

Pin No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7, 8

9

10

11

12

Pin Name

EESIO

EECKO

TUNATT

NSMASK

BEEP

FANH

NC

VSS

BUS_AUX

MUTE_SEL

VMUTE_R

I/O

I/O Two-way data bus with the EEPROM

Description

O Serial data transfer clock signal output to the EEPROM

O Tuner muting on/off control signal output terminal

O

Discharge control signal output for the noise detection circuit

"H": discharge (AEP, UK, Russian models only)

O Beep sound drive signal output terminal

O Fan motor drive signal output terminal (for high speed)

O Not used

Ground terminal

O

Ground switching signal output of SONY bus/AUX audio input

"L": AUX input, "H": SONY bus input

O Muting on/off control signal output terminal "L": output only rear monitor

O

Video muting on/off control signal output terminal for the rear monitor output

"L": muting on

13 VMUTE_F O

Video muting on/off control signal output terminal for the front monitor output

"L": muting on

O Muting on/off control signal output terminal

O Muting on/off control signal output to the electrical volume IC "L": muting on

O Muting on/off control signal output terminal for the rear monitor output "L": muting on

O Serial data output to the LCD driver

O Serial data transfer clock signal output to the LCD driver

O Chip enable signal output to the LCD driver

O Not used

Power supply terminal (+5V)

I Diagnostic signal input from the power amplifier IC

O Standby control signal output to the power amplifier IC

O Not used

I Receive data input terminal for UART communication

O Transmit data output terminal for UART communication

O Not used

O Gain control signal output for the rear monitor audio output "H": gain down (-6dB)

O Not used

O Spectrum analyzer data transfer clock signal output terminal

O IIC data transfer clock signal output terminal

I/O IIC two-way data bus

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

I Reference voltage (+5V) input terminal (for A/D conversion)

Ground terminal

I Front panel key input terminal (A/D input)

I Rotary remote commander key input terminal (A/D input)

I FM and AM signal-meter voltage detection signal input from the tuner unit (A/D input)

-

I

I

Ground terminal

I Noise level detection signal input at SEEK mode (A/D input) (AEP, UK, Russian models only)

I Side brake (parking brake) detection input terminal "L": brake on

Temperature sensor input terminal (A/D input)

Spectrum analyzer data input terminal

55

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76

77, 78

79

80, 81

82

83

84

72

73

74

75

69

70

71

66

67

68

63

64

65

60

61

62

57

58

59

53

54

55

56

Pin No.

45

46

47 to 49

50

51

52

85

86, 87

88

89

90, 91

92, 93

NC

DSW

NC

VMUTEIN

CD_RTS

CD_CTS

CD_RST

RF_ON

LOAD

EJECT

NC

RSTX

Z_MUTE

SELFSW

ACCIN

UNISI

UNISO

UNICLK

BUSON

SYSRST

NC

SIRCS

INSW

RAMBU

X1A, X0A

VSS

X0, X1

VCC

RCIN1

TELLATT

Pin Name

KEY_ACK

BU_IN

MD0 to MD2

TUN_ATTIN

DAVN

AD_ON

ILLIN

NC

CPRM_W

FLASH_W

CNT A, CNT B

NC

I/O

I

Description

Acknowledge signal (wake up signal) input terminal for the key entry Acknowledge signal is input to accept any function key in the standby status On at input of "H"

I Back up power supply detection signal input terminal "L" is input at low voltage

I Setting terminal for the CPU operational mode

I Attenuate request signal input from the tuner unit (AEP, UK, Russian models only)

I Synchronize detection signal input of RDS data block (AEP, UK, Russian models only)

O

A/D converter power control signal output

When the KEY_ACK (pin 45) that controls reference voltage power for key A/D conversion input is active, "L" is output from this terminal to enable the input

I Muting on/off control signal input from the D/A converter

I Loading detection switch input from the DVD mechanism deck block

I Accessory power detection signal input terminal "L": accessory power on

I Serial data input from the SONY bus interface IC

O Serial data output to the SONY bus interface IC

O Serial data transfer clock signal output to the SONY bus interface IC

O SONY bus on/off control signal output terminal "L": bus on

O Reset signal output to the SONY bus interface IC

O Not used

I SIRCS signal input terminal

I Disc insert detection switch input from the DVD mechanism deck block

O Not used

I Chucking end detection switch input from the DVD mechanism deck block

O Not used

I Video muting request signal input terminal Not used

I Data send request signal input for UART communication

O Data send request signal output for UART communication

O Reset signal output to the DVD processor and flash memory

O Power on/off control signal output for the RF unit

O Loading motor control signal output terminal (loading direction)

O Loading motor control signal output terminal (eject direction)

O Not used

I System reset signal input from the reset signal generator and reset switch "L": reset

I

Internal RAM reset detection signal input from the reset signal generator

Input terminal to check that RAM data are not destroyed due to low voltage

I/O System clock input/output terminal (32.768 kHz)

Ground terminal

I/O System clock input/output terminal (3.8684 MHz)

Power supply terminal (+3.3V)

I Rotary remote commander shift key input terminal

I

Telephone muting detection signal input terminal

At input of "H", the audio signal is attenuated by 20 dB

I

Illuminate line detect signal input terminal for the automatic dimmer control

"L": detected the illumination line (lighting is made dark)

O Not used

I CPRM KEY writing mode detection input when internal flash memory writing Not used

I Writing mode detection input when internal flash memory writing

O RF unit control signal output terminal

O Not used

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Pin No.

94, 95

96

97

98

99

100

Pin Name

DSTSEL1,

DSTSEL0

TESTIN

FANL

NC

NOSE SW

DOOR SW

I/O

I Setting terminal for the destination

Description

I Test mode setting terminal

O Fan motor drive signal output terminal (for low speed)

O Not used

I

Front panel remove/attach detection signal input terminal

"L": front panel is attached

I

Shutter of front panel open/close detection input terminal Can not disc eject when input "H"

"L": Shutter is open

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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

RU : Russian model

6-1.

GENERAL SECTION

SECTION 6

EXPLODED VIEWS

• 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.

4

#1

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.

13

#2

12

9

DVD mechanism deck section-1

(MG-612-187)

A

B

#1

5

not supplied

8

not supplied

(SPEAKER board)

6

MAIN board

TUX201

11

3

#1

F801

A not supplied

#2

#3

M901

10

7

B

#4 not supplied

2

#1 not supplied

#1 front panel section

1

8

8

9

7

8

8

* 4

5

1

2

3

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

X-2023-967-1 PANEL (LCD) ASSY, SUB

2-583-939-01 SCREW (+B 2X4) (LOCK ASSY (2))

X-2055-203-1 LOCK ASSY (S)

3-246-006-31 COVER

3-376-464-11 SCREW (+PTT 2.6X6), GROUND POINT

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

10

11

Description

1-829-930-11 CORD, CONNECTION (LINE OUT)

Remark

AUX AUDIO IN, SUB OUT (MONO),

AUDIO OUT: REAR, AUDIO OUT: FRONT)

1-694-592-31 TERMINAL

(VIDEO OUT: FRONT, BUS AUDIO IN/

6

6

1-792-194-51 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

(US, CND, E)

1-828-543-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

(AEP, UK, RU)

2-631-217-01 BOX (2.4G)

A-1126-273-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (US, CND)

A-1126-274-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP, UK, RU)

A-1126-787-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E: PAL)

A-1126-795-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E: NTSC)

2-583-629-02 SHEET, DUST PROTECTION

12

13

13

F801

1-830-708-11 CORD, CONNECTION (RF)

A-1126-239-A SUB BOARD, COMPLETE (US, CND, E)

A-1126-242-A SUB BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP, UK, RU)

1-532-877-11 FUSE (BLADE TYPE) (AUTO FUSE) (10A/32V)

M901 1-787-272-11 FAN, DC (25X25)

TUX201 A-3220-961-A TUNER UNIT (TUX-032//Q3)

#1 7-685-792-09 SCREW +PTT 2.6X6 (S)

#2

#3

#4

7-685-793-09 SCREW +PTT 2.6X8 (S)

7-628-254-90 SCREW +PS 2.6X14

7-627-852-07 SCREW, PRECISION +P 1.7X2.5

58

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6-2.

FRONT PANEL SECTION

71

70

65

66

#5 not supplied

(BASE board) not supplied

74

D

#5

64

C

74

74

73

73

not supplied

72

74

not supplied

LCD911

63

not supplied not supplied

61 62

60

not supplied

(PRESET board)

57

76

58

59

72

68

not supplied

54

67

not supplied

(DISPLAY board)

52

not supplied

51

D not supplied not supplied

72

69

75

74

56

C

53

not supplied not supplied not supplied

55

59

60

60

60

61

55

55

56

57

58

62

63

Ref. No.

Part No.

51

51

52

53

54

Description

X-2048-887-2 BUTTON ASSY (S) (AEP, UK, RU)

X-2048-891-2 BUTTON ASSY (S) (US, CND, E)

2-349-626-01 SPRING (RELEASE)

2-187-131-02 FILTER (IR)

2-187-126-03 PANEL, FRONT

2-582-261-31 COVER (PRESET) (US, CND, E)

2-582-261-41 COVER (PRESET) (AEP, UK, RU)

3-250-543-41 SCREW (+B P-TITE M2)

1-830-258-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (6 CORE)

2-187-147-21 ARM (PRESET)

2-187-153-11 SPRING (S)

X-2059-728-1 DISPLAY (SV) ASSY (US, CND)

X-2059-729-1 DISPLAY (SV) ASSY (AEP, UK, RU)

X-2059-730-1 DISPLAY (SV) ASSY (E)

2-187-153-01 SPRING (S)

2-187-133-02 PLATE (SLOT), LIGHT GUIDE

2-187-154-12 SPRING (M)

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

64

65

66

Description

2-187-132-02 BRACKET (DISPLAY)

2-187-154-02 SPRING (M)

2-187-127-04 PANEL (LCD), FRONT BACK

Remark

71

71

72

73

74

67

68

69

70

71

1-780-201-11 CONDUCTIVE BOARD, CONNECTION

1-830-259-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (12 CORE)

2-187-139-03 COVER (PWB)

X-2050-189-4 CASE ASSY (For FRONT PANEL)

A-1126-374-A PANEL COMPLETE ASSY, FRONT (US, CND)

A-1126-378-A PANEL COMPLETE ASSY, FRONT (AEP, UK, RU)

A-1126-385-A PANEL COMPLETE ASSY, FRONT (E)

3-250-543-31 SCREW (+B P-TITE M2)

2-590-212-01 CUSHION (BASE)

2-592-581-01 SPACER (ATT)

75

76

2-590-340-02 CUSHION (COVER)

2-595-753-01 SHEET (CU)

LCD911 1-805-746-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL

#5 7-685-105-19 SCREW +P 2X8 TYPE2 NON-SLIT

59

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6-3.

DVD MECHANISM DECK SECTION-1

(MG-612-187)

101

108

102

not supplied

(SENSOR board)

109

not supplied

DVD mechanism deck section-2

103

104

104

#6 not supplied

DVD mechanism deck section-3

106

105

107

Ref. No.

Part No.

101

102

103

104

105

Description

A-1078-351-A CHASSIS (T) SUB ASSY

3-253-729-01 SPRING (LTR), TENSION COIL

3-253-746-03 SPRING (DAMPER), COMPRESSION

2-188-954-01 SPRING (KF), TENSION

Remark

3-253-746-14 SPRING (DAMPER), COMPRESSION (BLACK)

(NATURAL)

Ref. No.

106

107

108

109

#6

Part No.

Description

A-1079-766-A SERVO BOARD, COMPLETE

3-352-758-31 SCREW (M1.7X2.5), TOOTHED LOCK

X-2050-386-1 LEVER (L) ASSY

X-2050-387-1 LEVER (R) ASSY

7-627-552-87 SCREW, PRECISION +P1.7X2.2

Remark

60

6-4.

DVD MECHANISM DECK SECTION-2

(MG-612-187)

152

not supplied

(sled motor (M2))

151

not supplied

(optical pick-up block (KHS-340B)) not supplied

(spindle motor (M1))

153

MEX-R5

Ref. No.

Part No.

151

152

Description

3-253-736-01 SPRING (CHG), TENSION COIL

A-1078-514-A CHUCKING ARM SUB ASSY

Remark

Ref. No.

Part No.

0 153

Description

A-1078-350-A CHASSIS (OP-DVD) SUB ASSY

Remark

(Including spindle motor (M1), sled motor (M2) and optical pick-up block (KHS-340B))

61

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6-5.

DVD MECHANISM DECK SECTION-3

(MG-612-187)

206

212

213

204

203

202

M3

210

202

206

207

211

209

208

202

201

205

#6

208

214

215

217

216

218

219

Ref. No.

Part No.

201

202

203

204

205

Description

3-259-469-01 SPRING (LE), LEAF

2-134-636-51 SCREW (M1.7X2.5)

2-186-696-11 BRACKET (LEM-N)

3-345-648-91 SCREW (M1.4), TOOTHED LOCK

2-186-700-11 GEAR (CHK1)

206

207

208

209

210

211

3-262-755-01 WASHER (1.1-2.5)

3-259-470-01 GEAR (LE1)

3-344-223-01 WASHER

3-259-455-02 SPRING (RAL)

A-1083-637-A GEAR (LE) ASSY

2-186-697-11 BEARING (LEB-N)

Remark

Ref. No.

Part No.

212

213

214

215

Description

2-186-699-11 GEAR (RA1)

A-1075-789-A ARM ASSY, ROLLER

3-253-755-02 LEVER (D)

3-899-829-01 WASHER (SLIT)

216

217

218

219

M3

#6

2-590-545-11 GEAR (LE2-M)

3-253-713-01 SPRING (RAR)

A-1078-437-A CHASSIS (M) BLOCK ASSY

3-253-748-01 DAMPER (S)

A-1075-792-A MOTOR ASSY, LE (LOADING)

7-627-552-87 SCREW, PRECISION +P1.7X2.2

Remark

62

SECTION 7

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

MEX-R5

BASE DISPLAY

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

RU : Russian 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...

uPC... :

µPC...

uPB... :

µPB...

uPD... :

µPD...

• CAPACITORS uF:

µF

• COILS uH:

µH

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.

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

BASE BOARD

***********

< CAPACITOR >

C973 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

< CONNECTOR >

10%

CN901 1-794-312-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 12P

CN902 1-815-732-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (ZIF) 12P

CN903 1-785-616-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (0.5mm PITCH) 6P

< DIODE >

Remark

16V

D902 8-719-083-66 DIODE UDZSTE-1718B

D903 8-719-978-33 DIODE DTZ-TT11-6.8B

D906 6-500-886-01 DIODE RSA6.1ENTR

D962 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D963 8-719-083-66 DIODE UDZSTE-1718B

D981 8-719-069-56 DIODE UDZSTE-176.2B

< IC >

IC972 6-600-163-01 IC RS-770

< LED >

LED902 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (OFF)

LED914 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (ATT)

LED915 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (VOL +)

LED916 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (VOL –)

LED917 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (>, M, SEEK +)

LED918 6-500-204-01 LED CL-190UB2-X-T (m, ., SEEK –)

< RESISTOR >

R901 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R902 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R913 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R914 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R915 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R916 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R943 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R944 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R945 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R946 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R947 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP

680

680

680

680

680

1K

150

150

150

220

330

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

R948 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R949 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R950 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R951 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R952 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP

R972 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R973 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R974 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R975 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R976 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R990 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

< SWITCH >

150

150

150

220

330

100

150

150

4.7K

680

100

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

S902 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (OFF)

S914 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (ATT)

S915 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (VOL +)

S916 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (VOL –)

S917 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (>, M, SEEK +)

S918 1-786-653-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (m, ., SEEK –)

S961 1-529-566-61 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (PANEL OPEN DETECT)

************************************************************

DISPLAY BOARD

**************

1-780-201-11 CONDUCTIVE BOARD, CONNECTION

1-830-259-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (12 CORE)

2-592-581-01 SPACER (ATT)

< CAPACITOR >

C981 1-164-227-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 25V

C982 1-164-227-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 25V

C983 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C984 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C985 1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

10%

10%

10%

16V

16V

10V

Remark

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

< CONNECTOR >

CN904 1-818-969-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (ZIF) 12P

< DIODE >

D984 8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

< IC >

IC901 6-707-064-01 IC LC75876WH-US-E

63

MEX-R5

DISPLAY MAIN

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

< LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY >

LCD911 1-805-746-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL

< LED >

LED931 6-501-062-01 LED NSCW505CT-AST (LCD BACK LIGHT)

LED932 6-501-062-01 LED NSCW505CT-AST (LCD BACK LIGHT)

LED961 6-500-895-01 LED CL-270UB2-X-TS (CD SLOT)

< SWITCH >

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

< CAPACITOR >

C101 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

C103 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

C104 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

C105 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

C106 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

220uF

220uF

220uF

220uF

220uF

C107 1-100-767-21 ELECT CHIP

C108 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

220uF

10uF

C109 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C110 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C111 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10uF

LSW901 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (Z)

LSW918 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (DSO)

LSW919 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (EQ7)

LSW920 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (SOUND)

LSW921 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (ZxZ)

< TRANSISTOR >

Q925 8-729-027-58 TRANSISTOR DTC143ZKA-T146

C112

C113

C114

C115

C116

1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-126-396-11 ELECT CHIP

1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP

100uF

0.1uF

47uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

C117 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C118 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C119 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C120 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C121 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

< RESISTOR >

R917 1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP

R918 1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP

R919 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP

R920 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP

R924 1-216-807-11 METAL CHIP

R925

R926

R953

R954

R955

1-216-807-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-807-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R960 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R961 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R962 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R964 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R965 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

100

100

100

100

100

68

68

100

100

100

1.5K

1.5K

2.2K

3.3K

68

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

C122

C123

C124

C125

C126

1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP

10uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20% 16V

20% 16V

10% 16V

10% 16V

20%

20%

10%

20%

10%

10%

Remark

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

25V

25V

10% 25V

10% 25V

10% 25V

5% 50V

25V

20% 16V

25V

25V

10% 25V

10% 25V

C127 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C201 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47uF

10% 25V

20% 35V

(AEP, UK, RU)

C202 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C203

C204

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

0.1uF

0.1uF

(AEP, UK, RU)

10% 16V

(AEP, UK, RU)

10% 16V

(AEP, UK, RU)

R966 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R969 1-216-817-11 METAL CHIP

R980 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R981 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R982 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

BZ801

< BUZZER >

1-544-886-11 BUZZER

100

470

100

100

100

R983 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R987 1-216-857-11 METAL CHIP

0

1M 5% 1/10W

************************************************************

*********************

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

A-1126-273-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (US, CND)

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

A-1126-274-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP, UK, RU)

A-1126-787-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E: PAL)

A-1126-795-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E: NTSC)

(Including the SPEAKER board)

1-694-592-31 TERMINAL

7-685-134-19 SCREW +P 2.6X8 TYPE2 NON-SLIT

7-685-793-09 SCREW +PTT 2.6X8 (S)

7-685-795-09 SCREW +PTT 2.6X12 (S)

C205 1-162-924-11 CERAMIC CHIP 56PF

C206 1-162-959-11 CERAMIC CHIP 330PF

C207 1-162-924-11 CERAMIC CHIP 56PF

C208 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF

C209

C211

C212

C219 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C220 1-126-964-11 ELECT

C221 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C222

C301

C302

C303

1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-739-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-126-963-11 ELECT

1-126-960-11 ELECT

1-162-967-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-126-960-11 ELECT

C304 1-126-960-11 ELECT

0.1uF

560PF

4.7uF

10uF

10uF

1uF

0.0033uF

0.001uF

1uF

1uF

5% 50V

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 50V

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 50V

(AEP, UK, RU)

10% 6.3V

(AEP, UK, RU)

25V

5% 50V

(AEP, UK, RU)

20% 50V

(AEP, UK, RU)

20% 50V

20% 50V

25V

20%

10%

10%

20%

50V

50V

50V

50V

20% 50V

C305 1-126-960-11 ELECT 1uF

C310 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C311 1-136-153-00 FILM

20%

5%

0.012uF

5%

50V

50V

50V

64

MEX-R5

MAIN

Ref. No.

Part No.

C312

C313

Description

1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP

100PF

100PF

5%

5%

Remark

50V

50V

C314 1-162-965-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0015uF

10% 50V

C315 1-136-153-00 FILM 0.012uF

5% 50V

C316 1-162-965-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0015uF

10% 50V

C317 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

10% 25V

C318 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 50V

C319 1-124-673-85 ELECT 100uF

C320 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C321 1-127-573-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C322 1-127-573-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C323 1-127-573-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C324 1-124-721-85 ELECT 10uF

C325 1-115-467-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C326 1-115-467-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C327 1-124-721-85 ELECT 10uF

C328 1-124-721-85 ELECT 10uF

20%

5%

10V

50V

10% 16V

10% 16V

10% 16V

20% 50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

20% 50V

20% 50V

C329 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C330 1-126-396-11 ELECT CHIP

10uF

47uF

C331 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C332 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C333 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10uF

20% 16V

20% 16V

10% 16V

10% 16V

20% 16V

C334 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10% 16V

C335 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C336 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C337 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10uF 20% 16V

C338 1-164-230-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 5% 50V

C339 1-164-230-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF

C340 1-115-340-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C341 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C342 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C343 1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP 100uF

C344 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C345 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C346 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C347 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C348 1-126-964-11 ELECT

10uF

10uF

10uF

10uF

10uF

5%

10%

10%

20%

50V

25V

16V

25V

16V

20% 16V

20% 16V

20% 16V

20% 16V

20% 50V

C349 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47uF

C350 1-115-340-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C351 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10uF

C352 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C353 1-124-721-85 ELECT 10uF

C354 1-124-721-85 ELECT

C355 1-124-721-85 ELECT

10uF

10uF

C356 1-124-721-85 ELECT 10uF

C357 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C358 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

20% 35V

10% 25V

20% 50V

10% 16V

20% 50V

20% 50V

20% 50V

20% 50V

5% 50V

5% 50V

C359 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C360 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C362 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C363 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

5%

5%

5%

5%

50V

50V

50V

50V

C364 1-162-967-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0033uF

10% 50V

C365 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C366 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

C367 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

C368 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

C369 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

5%

10%

10%

10%

10%

50V

16V

16V

16V

16V

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

C370 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47uF

C371 1-115-340-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C372 1-124-695-85 ELECT

C375 1-126-961-11 ELECT

22uF

2.2uF

C376 1-115-340-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C377 1-107-906-11 ELECT 10uF

C378 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C380 1-107-906-11 ELECT 10uF

C381 1-164-489-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C386 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10uF

C387 1-124-721-85 ELECT

C388 1-124-721-85 ELECT

10uF

10uF

C389 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C390 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C391 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C392 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C501 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 50V

C502 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C503 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C504 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

5%

5%

50V

50V

25V

C505 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF

C506 1-162-918-11 CERAMIC CHIP 18PF

C507 1-162-918-11 CERAMIC CHIP 18PF

C510 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C511 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10%

5%

5%

6.3V

50V

50V

10% 16V

10% 16V

C512 1-107-882-11 ELECT 100uF

C513 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

20% 16V

10% 16V

C516 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10% 16V

C517 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C518 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

10% 25V

C519 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C520 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C521 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C523 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C524 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

10%

10%

10%

10%

10%

16V

16V

16V

10V

25V

Remark

20% 35V

10% 25V

20% 25V

20% 50V

10% 25V

20% 50V

10% 16V

20% 50V

10% 16V

20% 16V

20% 50V

20% 50V

5%

5%

50V

50V

10% 16V

C525 1-115-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C526 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C527 1-125-701-11 DOUBLE LAYER 0.047F

C528 1-107-882-11 ELECT 100uF

C529 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10V

25V

5.5V

20% 16V

10% 16V

C530 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10% 16V

C531 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C532 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C533 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C534 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

5%

5%

5%

50V

50V

50V

C535 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 50V

C536 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C602 1-126-934-11 ELECT 220uF

C604 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

20%

10%

16V

25V

C605 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C701 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C702 1-137-893-11 ELECT CHIP 22uF

C703 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C704 1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP 100uF

C705 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10%

20%

10%

20%

10V

16V

10V

16V

25V

C706 1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP

C707 1-137-893-11 ELECT CHIP

C708 1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP

100uF

22uF

100uF

20% 16V

20% 16V

20% 16V

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Description

C709 1-137-893-11 ELECT CHIP

C802 1-107-882-11 ELECT

C804

C806

C809

C811

C812

1-107-906-11 ELECT

1-107-906-11 ELECT

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-100-762-21 ELECT CHIP

1-100-764-21 ELECT CHIP

22uF

100uF

10uF

10uF

0.1uF

1uF

4.7uF

C814 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C815 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C816 1-115-340-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

C818 1-112-302-11 ELECT 3300uF

10%

20%

25V

16V

C819 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP

C820

C821

C822 1-135-366-11 ELECT CHIP 100uF

C823 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C901 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C902

C903

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-126-964-11 ELECT

10uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

10uF

20% 16V

20% 16V

20%

20%

10% 16V

20% 50V

20% 25V

10%

10%

20% 16V

10%

10%

20%

10%

10%

20%

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

50V

50V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

16V

25V

25V

50V

D801

D802

D803 8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D804 8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D805 8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D806

D807

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D808 8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D809 6-500-508-01 DIODE RR263M-400FTR

D810 6-500-508-01 DIODE RR263M-400FTR

D811

D812

D814 8-719-017-95 DIODE MA8180-TX

D815 8-719-049-38 DIODE 1N5404TU

D816 8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

D817

D818

Description

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

8-719-978-33 DIODE DTZ-TT11-6.8B

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

8-719-987-69 DIODE DAN217

D819 8-719-017-95 DIODE MA8180-TX

D901 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D902 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

< CONNECTOR >

CN101 1-818-933-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 60P

CN301 1-794-603-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (S16B-PADSS-1) 16P

CN401 1-794-311-21 PLUG, CONNECTOR 12P

* CN501

1-785-125-21 CONNECTOR 6P

CN601 1-817-898-11 CONNECTOR (OPT) (DIGITAL OUT)

CN602 1-580-907-41 PLUG, CONNECTOR (BUS CONTROL IN)

* CN701 1-506-987-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 5P

CN801 1-774-701-21 PIN, CONNECTOR 16P

CN901 1-770-359-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P

* CN902 1-506-986-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 4P

< FERRITE BEAD >

FB101 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB102 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB103 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB104 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB105 1-414-235-22 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB106

FB107

FB108

FB109

FB110

1-414-235-22 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-414-235-22 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-414-235-22 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-414-235-22 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-400-392-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1608)

FB111 1-414-594-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB112 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB113 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB114 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB118 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

< JACK >

CNJ601 1-764-270-21 JACK, STEREO MINIATURE (DIA.3.5)

(REMOTE IN)

< DIODE >

D101 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D102 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D103 8-719-078-31 DIODE SDS2836F

D201 8-719-069-55 DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B

D301 8-719-978-33 DIODE DTZ-TT11-6.8B

D302 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D303 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D304 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D305 8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17

D306 8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

FB119

FB121

FB122

FB123

FB124

1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-500-282-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

1-469-581-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

FB208 1-414-593-21 FERRITE BEAD

FB211 1-414-386-22 FERRITE BEAD

FB212 1-414-766-22 FERRITE BEAD

FB301 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB302 1-500-282-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

D307

D401

D402

D501

D502

8-719-073-35 DIODE RB551V-30TE-17

6-500-886-01 DIODE RSA6.1ENTR

6-500-886-01 DIODE RSA6.1ENTR

8-719-078-31 DIODE SDS2836F

8-719-023-25 DIODE MA704WK

D602 8-719-017-95 DIODE MA8180-TX

D603 8-719-017-95 DIODE MA8180-TX

D604 8-719-069-56 DIODE UDZSTE-176.2B

D605 8-719-058-24 DIODE RB501V-40TE-17

D606 8-719-017-95 DIODE MA8180-TX

* FB303

1-469-532-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB311 1-414-593-21 FERRITE BEAD

FB312 1-414-593-21 FERRITE BEAD

FB701 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB702 1-469-179-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

< IC >

IC101

IC201

6-705-644-01 IC NCP1117DT15RKG

* IC102

6-704-337-01 IC BD7931F

IC103 6-705-025-01 IC PQ20WZ1UJ00H

6-703-809-01 IC SAA6588T/V2-518 (AEP, UK, RU)

IC301 6-703-303-01 IC TDA7416

Remark

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IC302

IC303

IC304

IC305

IC306

Q501

Q804

Q905

Part No.

Description

6-703-788-01 IC PCM1751DBQR

8-759-662-11 IC TLV2362IPWR

6-701-105-01 IC NJM2750M-TE2

8-759-525-10 IC TC7SET08F (TE85L)

6-705-359-02 IC TDA8588AJ/N2/R1

IC501 6-805-650-01 IC MB90474PFV-G-213-BNDE1

IC502 8-759-659-13 IC PST3428UL

IC503 8-759-695-94 IC TAR5S33 (TE85R)

IC504 (Not supplied) IC BR24L08FV-WE2

IC505 8-759-525-10 IC TC7SET08F (TE85L)

IC506 8-759-525-10 IC TC7SET08F (TE85L)

IC603 6-703-884-01 IC BA8271F-E2

IC701 6-704-443-01 IC MM1567AJBE

IC801 6-706-258-01 IC NCP1117DT50RKG

J201

Q304

Q305

Q306

Q307

Q308

< JACK >

1-793-598-11 JACK (ANT) (ANTENNA IN)

8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

8-729-055-91 TRANSISTOR

8-729-027-46 TRANSISTOR

Q309 8-729-027-46 TRANSISTOR

Q310 8-729-055-91 TRANSISTOR

Q311 8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

Q312 8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

8-729-055-91 TRANSISTOR

Q604 8-729-027-46 TRANSISTOR

Q801 8-729-027-43 TRANSISTOR

Q802 8-729-049-40 TRANSISTOR

Q803 8-729-049-40 TRANSISTOR

8-729-049-40 TRANSISTOR

Q901 8-729-049-40 TRANSISTOR

Q902 8-729-820-46 TRANSISTOR

Q903 8-729-049-40 TRANSISTOR

Q904 8-729-027-43 TRANSISTOR

8-729-027-43 TRANSISTOR

DTC314TK-T-146

DTC314TK-T-146

DTC314TK-T-146

SRA2202SF

DTC114YKA-T146

DTC114YKA-T146

SRA2202SF

DTC314TK-T-146

DTC314TK-T-146

SRA2202SF

DTC114YKA-T146

DTC114EKA-T146

2SC5343SFG

2SC5343SFG

2SC5343SFG

2SC5343SFG

2SB1202FAS

2SC5343SFG

DTC114EKA-T146

DTC114EKA-T146

Remark

L301

L501

L801

< COIL >

1-414-404-41 INDUCTOR

1-414-185-51 INDUCTOR

1-456-617-11 COIL, CHOKE

100uH

22uH

< TRANSISTOR >

Q201 8-729-920-85 TRANSISTOR

Q202 8-729-027-59 TRANSISTOR

Q301

Q302

Q303

8-729-053-84 FET

8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

8-729-920-21 TRANSISTOR

2SD1664-QR

DTC144EKA-T146

(AEP, UK, RU)

SSM3KO9FU (T5LSONY1)

DTC314TK-T-146

DTC314TK-T-146

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

R115 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R121 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R122 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R124 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R131 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R132 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R133 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R134 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R135 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R136 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R137 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R138 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R141

R142

R143

R145

R201

R202

R203

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-817-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-001-00 RES-CHIP

R204 1-216-001-00 RES-CHIP 10

R205 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R206 1-500-284-21 FERRITE BEAD

0

1K

220

0

0

220

220

0

470

10

5%

5%

5%

5%

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

220 5%

0 (AEP, UK, RU)

Remark

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

R207

R208

R210

R211

R212

1-500-284-21 FERRITE BEAD

1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-817-11 METAL CHIP

R213 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R301

R302

R303

R304

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R305 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R306 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R307 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R308 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R309 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R310

R311

R312

R313

R314

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R315 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R316 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R317 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R320 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R321 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

1.5K

0

0

470

100

100

0

10K

10K

0

0

100

10K

10K

100

100

100

100

10K

10K

100K

0

47K

1K

5%

5%

1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

1/10W

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 1/10W

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

Q906 8-729-027-46 TRANSISTOR

Q907 8-729-904—61 TRANSISTOR

DTC114YKA-T146

DTB113ZK-T-146

< RESISTOR/FERRITE BEAD >

R103 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R105 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R106 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP

0

1K

2.2K

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

R322 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R328 1-218-718-11 METAL CHIP

R330 1-218-718-11 METAL CHIP

R331 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R332

R333

1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP

0

12K

12K

10K

10K

10K

0.5% 1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

5%

0.5%

1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

1/10W

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0

0

1K

1K

100K

0

0

470K

1K

47K

4.7K

4.7K

47K

47K

22K

0

0

100K

1K

1K

47K

47K

2.2K

2.2K

47

1K

1K

1K

4.7K

4.7K

10K

100

100

100

100

22K

100

47K

47K

1K

100K

3.3K

3.3K

100

10K

10K

100

33K

100K

1K

1K

1K

0

100K

10K

100K

1K

100K

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

R334 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R335 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R336 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R337 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R338 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R339 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP

R340 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R341 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R342 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R343 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R345 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R346 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP

R347 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP

R348 1-216-805-11 METAL CHIP

R349 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R350 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R351 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R352 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R353 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R354 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R355 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R357 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R358 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R359 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP

R364 1-216-296-11 SHORT CHIP

R401 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R501 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R502 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R503 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R504 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R505 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R506 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R507 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R508 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R510 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP

R511 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R512 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R513 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R514 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R515 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R516 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R517 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R518 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R519 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R520 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R521 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R522 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R523 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R524 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R525 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R526 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R527 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP

R528 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP

R529 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R530 1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP

R531 1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP

R532 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R533 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

0.5% 1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R534 1-216-843-11 METAL CHIP

R535

Description

1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP

R536 1-216-843-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R536

R537

R538

1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R539 1-216-849-11 METAL CHIP

R540 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R541

R542

1-216-843-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R543 1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R544

R545

1-216-843-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP

R546 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R547 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R548 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R549 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R550 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R551 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R552 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R560 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

R561 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R562 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R563 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R564 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R565 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R566 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R567 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R568 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R569 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R570 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R571 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R572 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R573 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R574 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R575 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R576 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R577 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R602 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R606 1-216-835-11 METAL CHIP

R607 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R608 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R609 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R610 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R611 1-216-849-11 METAL CHIP

R612 1-216-849-11 METAL CHIP

R613 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP

R614 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R615 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R616 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

R617 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP

100K

0

0

100K

100

100

100K

100K

100K

100K

0 (NTSC)

47K

100K

100

100K

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

0

0

100

0

0

1K

1K

1K

220K

220K

0

0

100

15K

100

100K

100K

100K

0

100

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

100

10K

68K

33K

68K 5%

Remark

1/10W

33K

68K

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

0 (EXCEPT AEP, UK, RU))

33K 5% 1/10W

47K 5% 1/10W

220K

33K

68K

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

1/10W

5%

(AEP, UK, RU)

1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

5% 1/10W

(AEP, UK, RU)

0 (E)

100K

100K

5%

5%

1/10W

(EXCEPT E)

1/10W

(PAL)

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

68

MEX-R5

MAIN PRESET SERVO

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

R702 1-211-990-11 METAL CHIP

R703 1-211-990-11 METAL CHIP

R801 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R802 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R803 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R804 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP

R805 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R806 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R807 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

R808 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

75

75

1K

47K

4.7K

22K

100K

1K

10K

47K

Remark

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

0.5% 1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description Remark

LSW904 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (MODE)

LSW905 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (REP 1)

LSW906 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (SHUF 2)

LSW907 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (ALBM –, 3)

LSW908 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (ALBM +, 4)

LSW909 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (5)

LSW910 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (6)

LSW911 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (DSPL)

(EXCEPT AEP, UK, RU)

LSW911 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (AF/TA)

(AEP, UK, RU)

R809

R810

R811

R812

R813

R903

1-216-073-00 RES-CHIP

1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-073-00 RES-CHIP

1-216-073-00 RES-CHIP

1-216-073-00 RES-CHIP

R814 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP

R815 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R901 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP

R902 1-216-073-00 RES-CHIP

1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

R904 1-216-843-11 METAL CHIP

R905 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP

R906 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R907 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

R908 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R909 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP

R910 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

10K

10K

10K

10K

10K

47K

1K

3.3K

10K

4.7K

0

0

68K

33K

100K

100K

10K

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

LSW912 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (SCRL)

LSW912 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (PICTURE, EQ)

LSW913 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (DVD u)

R908

R909

R910

R911

R912

< RESISTOR >

R903 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP

R904 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP

R905 1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP

R906 1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP

R907 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-867-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP

1-216-835-11 METAL CHIP

680

1K

1.5K

1.5K

2.2K

3.3K

4.7K

6.8K

10K

15K

(EXCEPT AEP, UK, RU)

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

(AEP, UK, RU)

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

0.5% 1/10W

5% 1/10W

1/10W

S501

< THERMISTOR >

TH501 1-810-812-21 THERMISTOR, NTC (1608)

TH601 1-801-792-21 THERMISTOR, POSITIVE

CN905

CP901

< SWITCH >

1-762-638-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (RESET)

1-785-616-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (0.5mm PITCH) 6P

< COMPOSITION CIRCUIT BLOCK >

1-805-043-11 ABSORBER, CHIP SURGE

< SWITCH >

LSW903 1-786-807-11 SWITCH, TACT (WITH LED) (SOURCE)

C8

C9

C10

C11

C12

C1

C2

C3

C6

C7

C13

C14

R930 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP

R931 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R932 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R933 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R934 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R935 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R936 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R937 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R938 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R939 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

150

150

150

150

150

220

150

150

150

150

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

< TUNER UNIT >

TUX201 A-3220-961-A TUNER UNIT (TUX-032//Q3)

< VIBRATOR >

X201 1-579-900-21 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (4.332MHz)

X501 1-813-523-21 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC (3.68MHz)

X502 1-813-202-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (32.768kHz)

(AEP, UK, RU)

************************************************************

PRESET BOARD

*************

< CONNECTOR >

R940 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP

R941 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP

150

330

5%

5%

1/10W

1/10W

R942 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP 150 5% 1/10W

************************************************************

A-1079-766-A SERVO BOARD, COMPLETE

**********************

< CAPACITOR >

1-137-910-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

1-137-689-11 TANTALUM CHIP 47uF

20%

10%

10%

20%

16V

10V

16V

16V

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

1-137-910-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

20% 16V

10% 10V

1-137-987-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.068uF

10% 10V

1-137-987-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.068uF

10% 10V

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10% 10V

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

10% 10V

10% 10V

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

69

MEX-R5

SERVO

Ref. No.

C15

C16

C17

C18

C19

C20

C21

C22

C23

C24

C25

C26

C27

C28

C29

C30

C31

C32

C33

C34

C35

C36

C37

C38

C39

C40

C41

C42

C43

C45

C46

C47

C48

C49

C50

C51

C52

C53

C54

C55

C56

C57

C58

C59

C60

C61

C62

C63

C64

C65

C66

C67

C68

C69

C70

C71

C72

C73

Part No.

Description

1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

4.7uF

0.1uF

1-104-851-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-137-689-11 TANTALUM CHIP 47uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.47uF

0.1uF

1-115-467-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22uF

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

10% 6.3V

10% 10V

20% 10V

20%

10%

16V

10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10%

10%

10%

10%

10V

10V

10V

10V

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-137-987-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-131-664-91 CERAMIC CHIP

1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-935-11 CERAMIC CHIP

0.001uF

0.001uF

10%

10%

50V

50V

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

1-164-940-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0033uF

10% 16V

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-100-553-21 TANTALUM CHIP 100uF

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

0.068uF

0.1uF

10% 16V

10%

10%

10%

20%

10%

10%

10%

10V

10V

10V

6.3V

16V

10V

10V

1-127-772-11 CERAMIC CHIP 33000PF 10% 10V

1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF

10% 10V

1-164-876-11 CERAMIC CHIP 120PF

0.1uF

1-137-910-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-104-851-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

0.1uF

0.01uF

1-104-851-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

1-104-851-11 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF

0.15uF

0.022uF

5%

10%

20%

10%

20%

10%

10%

10%

20%

10%

20%

10%

10%

50V

10V

16V

10V

10V

16V

10V

16V

10V

16V

10V

10V

16V

1-164-935-11 CERAMIC CHIP 470PF 10% 50V

1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 16V

1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 16V

100PF

0.001uF

5%

10%

50V

50V

1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 16V

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

0.1uF

1-165-897-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-119-750-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

10% 10V

10%

20%

10%

20%

10V

10V

10V

6.3V

1-119-923-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF

10% 10V

0.1uF

470PF

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

1-164-936-11 CERAMIC CHIP 680PF

10%

10%

10%

10%

10V

50V

10V

50V

1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF

10% 16V

C74

C75

C76

C77

C78

C79

C80

C81

C82

C83

C84

C85

C86

C87

C88

C89

C90

C91

C92

C93

C94

C95

C96

C97

C98

C100

C101

Description

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-856-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-846-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-165-897-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

100PF

0.1uF

100PF

0.1uF

100PF

18PF

6PF

100PF

0.1uF

0.1uF

100PF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

100PF

100PF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

100PF

C102 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C103 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C104 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C105

C106

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

C107 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF

C108 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C109 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C110

C111

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

100PF

0.1uF

C112 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C113 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C114 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C115

C116

C117 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C118 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C119 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C120

C121

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1uF

0.1uF

C122 1-119-750-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C123 1-165-897-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C124 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C125

C126

C127 1-100-661-11 TANTALUM CHIP 100uF

C128 1-165-897-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C129 1-100-796-91 TANTALUM CHIP 100uF

C130

C131

1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-119-750-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP

1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP

100PF

0.1uF

0.1uF

100PF

1uF

1uF

1uF

Remark

5%

5%

50V

50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

10% 16V

10% 10V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5% 50V

5% 50V

0.5PF

50V

20% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

5% 50V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

20% 6.3V

20% 10V

10% 10V

20% 6.3V

10% 10V

20% 4V

20% 10V

20% 10V

10% 10V

10% 10V

70

MEX-R5

SERVO

FB6

FB7

FB8

FB9

FB10

FB11

FB12

FB13

FB14

FB15

FB16

FB17

FB18

FB19

FB20

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

C132 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C133 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF

C134 1-165-897-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C135 1-119-750-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C136 1-119-750-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF

C138 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C139 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C140 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C141 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C142 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C143 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C144 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C145 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

C146 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C147 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

5% 50V

10% 10V

C148 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 50V

C151 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C152 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF

10% 50V

C153 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C154 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C155 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

C156 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF

< CONNECTOR >

5%

5%

5%

5%

50V

50V

50V

50V

CN1

CN2

CN3

1-691-390-11 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 26P

1-691-388-11 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 24P

1-816-480-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 60P

< DIODE >

E1

E2

E3

E4

E5

8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

8-719-053-18 DIODE 1SR154-400TE-25

8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17

< FILTER >

Remark

10% 10V

10% 10V

20% 10V

20% 6.3V

20% 6.3V

10% 10V

5% 50V

5% 50V

5% 50V

10% 10V

5%

5%

5%

50V

50V

50V

1-234-561-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD)

1-234-563-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD)

1-234-561-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD)

1-234-561-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD)

1-234-561-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD)

< FERRITE BEAD/JUMPER RESISTOR >

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

0

0

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-581-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-580-11 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

R17

R18

R19

R20

R21

R12

R13

R14

R15

R16

R7

R8

R9

R10

R11

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R22

R23

R24

R25

L1

L2

L3

L4

L6

L7

L8

IC1

IC2

IC3

IC4

IC5

IC6

IC7

IC8

IC9

IC10

IC11

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

FB21 1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

FB22 1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

FB23 1-469-084-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005)

< IC >

8-752-422-99 IC CXD5002R

6-707-283-01 IC BH6599KV-E2

8-759-694-89 IC XC61CN1002MR

8-759-528-48 IC NJU7032M-TE2

6-703-916-01 IC XC6206P152MR

6-600-416-01 IC M65878FP

6-707-993-01 IC EDS6416AHTA-6BTT-E

6-704-529-01 IC XC6206P332PR

6-704-529-01 IC XC6206P332PR

6-804-903-03 IC MBM29DL32TF70TN-E1-S003

8-759-528-80 IC NJU7013F-TE2

< COIL >

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

10uH

10uH

10uH

10uH

10uH

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR

< TRANSISTOR >

10uH

10uH

8-729-903-46 TRANSISTOR

8-729-901-00 TRANSISTOR

8-729-048-50 FET

8-729-048-50 FET

8-729-903-46 TRANSISTOR

< RESISTOR >

2SB1132-P

DTC124EK

2SK3018-T106

2SK3018-T106

2SB1132-P

5%

5%

5%

1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP

1-211-737-11 METAL CHIP

1-211-737-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-966-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-980-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-980-11 RES-CHIP

22K

0.47

0.47

10K

10K

100

33

220

33

1K

33

220

47K

47K

1K

47

47

0

33

0

12K

10K

180K

180K

Remark

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5% 1/16W

10% 1/4W

10% 1/4W

5% 1/16W

5% 1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

71

MEX-R5

SERVO

R84

R85

R86

R87

R88

R78

R79

R81

R82

R83

R72

R73

R74

R76

R77

R65

R66

R67

R69

R71

R89

R90

R91

R92

R93

R94

R55

R57

R58

R61

R63

R50

R51

R52

R53

R54

R44

R45

R46

R47

R49

R39

R40

R41

R42

R43

Ref. No.

Part No.

R26

Description

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

R33

R35

R36

R37

R38

R27

R28

R29

R30

R31

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-954-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-980-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-980-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-954-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-959-11 RES-CHIP

1-208-683-11 METAL CHIP

1-208-721-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-974-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-979-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-949-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP

180K

10K

10K

0

0

1K

33K

0

1.2K

0

10K

10K

10K

10K

10K

10K

33

33

180K

10K

1K

33

33

33

33

100K

10K

10K

33

10K

33

0

10K

1K

1.2K

47K

100

100

56K

47K

150K

470

47K

100K

33K

47K

68K

33K

0

0

33K

33K

10K

3.3K

1K

39K

100

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

1/16W

1/16W

5%

5%

1/16W

1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

5% 1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

R95

R96

R97

R98

R99

R104

Description

1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP

1-208-679-11 METAL CHIP

1-208-893-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-947-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

R105 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

R106 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R107 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

R108

R109

R110 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R111 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R114 1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP

R116

R117

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R118 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R120 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

R121 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R123

R124

R126 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

R127 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

R129 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

R130

R131

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R132 1-218-933-11 RES-CHIP

R138 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP

R153 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP

R154 1-218-933-11 RES-CHIP

R155 1-208-866-11 METAL CHIP

R156 1-208-695-11 METAL CHIP

R168 1-208-695-11 METAL CHIP

R169

R170

R171

R172

R173

R174

RB1

RB2

RB3

RB4

RB5

RB6

RB7

RB8

RB9

22K

680

1.8K

1M

330

47K

100

0

47K

0

0

0

0

47

33

0

0

33

0

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-234-400-21 CONDUCTOR, NETWORK (2010X4)

1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK

1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK

33 (1005X4)

33 (1005X4)

RB10 1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK 33 (1005X4)

RB11

RB12

RB14

1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

1-208-905-11 METAL CHIP

1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP

1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK

1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK

1-242-963-21 RES, NETWORK

22

130

3.3K

3.3K

100

220

5.6K

220

220

47K

0

0

22

33

0

33

47

33

47K

47K

33 (1005X4)

33 (1005X4)

33 (1005X4)

5% 1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

5% 1/16W

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

Remark

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

0.5% 1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W

R175 1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP

R176 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP

220

4.7K

5%

5%

< COMPOSITION CIRCUIT BLOCK >

1/16W

1/16W

72

MEX-R5

SERVO SPEAKER SENSOR SUB

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

< VARIABLE RESISTOR >

Remark Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

MISCELLANEOUS

**************

Remark

RV1

RV2

* SW3

SW2

SW3

1-225-895-21 RES, ADJ, CERMET (3 TYPE) 1K

1-225-895-21 RES, ADJ, CERMET (3 TYPE) 1K

< SWITCH >

1-529-565-61 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (DOWN)

< VIBRATOR >

1-529-566-61 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (SELF LOAD)

1-529-566-61 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (DISC IN)

************************************************************

A-1126-239-A SUB BOARD, COMPLETE (US, CND, E)

A-1126-242-A SUB BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP, UK, RU)

********************

< RF UNIT >

6

6

10

X1 1-813-443-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (36.864MHz)

************************************************************

SPEAKER BOARD

***************

(Included in the MAIN board, complete)

************************************************************

12

57

67

68

0 153

SENSOR BOARD

**************

< SWITCH >

F801

M3

AVT101 1-479-408-11 RF UNIT (AV-T001) (AEP, UK, RU)

AVT101 1-479-408-21 RF UNIT (AV-T001) (EXCEPT AEP, UK, RU)

1-792-194-51 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

(US, CND, E)

1-828-543-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

(AEP, UK, RU)

1-829-930-11 CORD, CONNECTION (LINE OUT)

(VIDEO OUT: FRONT, BUS AUDIO IN/

AUX AUDIO IN, SUB OUT (MONO),

AUDIO OUT: REAR, AUDIO OUT: FRONT)

1-830-708-11 CORD, CONNECTION (RF)

1-830-258-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (6 CORE)

1-780-201-11 CONDUCTIVE BOARD, CONNECTION

1-830-259-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (12 CORE)

A-1078-350-A CHASSIS (OP-DVD) SUB ASSY

(Including spindle motor (M1), sled motor (M2) and optical pick-up block (KHS-340B))

1-532-877-11 FUSE (BLADE TYPE) (AUTO FUSE) (10A/32V)

A-1075-792-A MOTOR ASSY, LE (LOADING)

M901 1-787-272-11 FAN, DC (25X25)

************************************************************

ACCESSORIES

************

1-479-078-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-X702) (E)

1-479-078-21 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-X703)

(AEP, UK, RU)

1-479-730-31 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-X704) (US, CND)

2-548-730-01 LID, BATTERY CASE

(for REMOTE COMMANDER)

2-581-681-12 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, GERMAN,

FRENCH, ITALIAN, DUTCH) (AEP, UK)

< CAPACITOR >

C101 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF

C102 1-126-935-11 ELECT 470uF

< CONNECTOR >

* CN101

IC101

10%

20%

1-566-004-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 7P

< IC >

8-759-236-15 IC TC74HC139AF (EL)

< JUMPER RESISTOR >

16V

16V

JR101 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR102 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR103 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR104 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR105 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

0

0

0

0

0

JR106 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR107 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR108 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

JR109 1-216-295-00 SHORT CHIP

0

0

0

0

R101 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP 0

************************************************************

2-581-681-22 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, SPANISH,

TRADITIONAL CHINESE) (E)

2-581-681-32 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN) (RU)

2-581-681-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, FRENCH)

(US, CND)

2-631-968-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL (ENGLISH,

GERMAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, DUTCH) (AEP, UK)

2-631-968-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL

(ENGLISH, SPANISH, TRADITIONAL CHINESE)

(E)

2-631-968-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL

(ENGLISH, RUSSIAN) (RU)

2-631-968-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL

(ENGLISH, FRENCH) (US, CND)

************************************************************

73

MEX-R5

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

PARTS FOR INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS

**************************************

501

502

503

503

504

505

506

507

508

509

X-3382-647-1 FRAME ASSY, FITTING

1-465-459-21 ADAPTER, ANTENNA (AEP, UK, RU)

1-792-194-51 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

Remark

(US, CND, E)

1-828-543-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (POWER)

(AEP, UK, RU)

1-829-930-11 CORD, CONNECTION (LINE OUT)

(VIDEO OUT: FRONT, BUS AUDIO IN/

AUX AUDIO IN, SUB OUT (MONO),

AUDIO OUT: REAR, AUDIO OUT: FRONT)

1-562-593-11 CONNECTOR (CL-2218T)

3-246-471-01 KEY (FRAME)

2-187-150-02 COLLAR

X-3366-405-1 SCREW ASSY (EXP), FITTING (E, AEP, UK, RU)

3-934-325-01 SCREW (+K 5X8) (US, CND, E)

Ref. No.

Part No.

501 502

Description

503

Fitting frame assy

×

1

(AEP, UK, RU)

503

Antenna adapter

×

1

(US, CND, E)

504

Power cord

×

1

505

Power cord

×

1

506

Connection cord (Line Out)

×

1

507

Connector (CL-2218T)

×

1

508

Key (Frame)

×

2

Fitting screw

×

1

Bushing

Fitting screw assy (EXP)

×

1

×

1

509

Collar

×

1

+K5

×

8

×

4

Remark

74

MEMO

MEX-R5

75

MEX-R5

REVISION HISTORY

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Ver.

1.0

Date

2005.06

New

Description of Revision

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