STANDBY/ON
KARAOKE
TIMER
DVD/CD
DVD/CD
INPUT
FM/AM
VOLUME
+
-
STEREO DVD RECEIVER
MIC
MIN
PHONES
HA5DVD
ORDER NO.
INPUT
MAX
VOL
MAIN
SUB
F. AUDIO
USB
RRV3217
XV-HA5
DVD/CD RECEIVER
XV-HA5
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
XV-HA5
Type
WLXJ
XV-HA5
XV-HA5
NTXJ
Power Requirement
Regional restriction
codes (Region No.)
AC220-240V
3
AC110V
3
AC220V
3
Remarks
For details, refer to "Important Check Points for Good Servicing".
PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2005
T-ZZR AUG. 2005 printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual doit-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been
trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this
manual.Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product
and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and
safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING !
THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1
BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR
CLASS 1.
A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.
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LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm
FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 7 mW
WAVELENGTH : 780 nm
LABEL CHECK
WLXJ, NTXJ types VRW1699
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LFXJ type VRW2159
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(Printed on the Rear Panel HAL)
Additional Laser Caution
1. Laser Interlock Mechanism
• Loading switch (S101 on the LOAB Assy) is used for interlock
mechanism of the laser.
When this switch turned ON in SW2 (CLOSE) side (OPEN signal is
0V and CLOSE signal is 3.5V), a laser becomes the status which can
completely oscillation.
Furthermore, the laser completely oscillates in the disc judgment and
disc playback.
When player is power ON state and laser diode is not completely
oscillating, 780nm laser diode is always oscillating by half power.
• Laser diode is driving with Q307 (650nm LD) and Q308 (780nm LD)
on the DVDM Assy.
Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and collector of these
transistors or the base voltage is supplied for transistors turn on, the
laser oscillates. (failure mode)
• In the test mode ∗ , there is the mode that the laser oscillates except
for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in the test mode
oscillates with the laser forcibly.
The interlock mechanism mentioned above becomes invalid in this
mode.
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2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with
the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.
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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]
In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.
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1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.
1 Use specified parts for repair.
Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.
2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.
Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.
3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.
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When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)
4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.
Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.
5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.
Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.
6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.
Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.
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7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.
Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.
8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.
Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.
9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.
When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.
0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing.
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When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.
2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.
3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts
Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
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4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.
5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws
To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.
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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 5
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 6
2.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION................................................................................................................................ 8
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION ....................................................................................................................... 10
2.4 05 LOADER ASSY................................................................................................................................... 12
2.5 Traverse Mechanism Assy-S .................................................................................................................... 14
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 16
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM........................................................................................ 18
3.3 DVDM ASSY (1/2).................................................................................................................................... 20
3.4 DVDM ASSY (2/2).................................................................................................................................... 22
3.5 IF ASSY (1/2) ........................................................................................................................................... 24
3.6 IF (2/2) and DISP ASSYS ........................................................................................................................ 26
3.7 HP 2 ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 28
3.8 REGULATOR and POWER ASSYS......................................................................................................... 30
3.9 SECONDARY and PRIMARY ASSYS ..................................................................................................... 32
3.10 KARAOKE ASSY ................................................................................................................................... 34
3.11 WAVEFORMS ........................................................................................................................................ 36
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................... 39
4.1 LOAB ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 39
4.2 DVDM ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 40
4.3 IF ASSY ................................................................................................................................................... 42
4.4 DISP ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 46
4.5 HP2, REGULATOR and POWER ASSYS................................................................................................ 48
4.6 SECONDARY ASSY ................................................................................................................................ 50
4.7 PRIMARY ASSY ...................................................................................................................................... 52
5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 56
6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 61
6.1 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION ................................................................................................. 61
6.2 JIGS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS............................................................................................... 61
6.3 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS ................................................................................................... 62
6.4 TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 63
6.5 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................. 64
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 66
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 66
7.1.1 TEST MODE ...................................................................................................................................... 66
7.1.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE............................................................................ 67
7.1.3 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SHORTCUT KEY ............................................................ 68
7.1.4 SPECIFICATION OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY .................................................................. 69
7.1.5 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SERVICE MODE ............................................................. 70
7.1.6 SERVICE TEST MODE ..................................................................................................................... 71
7.1.7 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDs ON THE PICKUP ASSY ................... 72
7.1.8 DVD TROUBLE SHOOTING.............................................................................................................. 73
7.1.9 ID NUMBER AND ID DATA SETTING ............................................................................................... 76
7.1.10 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON/0FF ........................................................................................... 79
7.1.11 SYSTEM COMPUTER PROTECT SPECIFICATION ...................................................................... 83
7.1.12 PROTECTION CIRCUIT.................................................................................................................. 86
7.1.13 DISASSEMBLY................................................................................................................................ 88
7.2 PARTS.................................................................................................................................................... 100
7.2.1 IC ..................................................................................................................................................... 100
7.2.2 DISPLY ............................................................................................................................................ 105
8. PANEL FACILITIES ...................................................................................................................................... 106
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
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Disc / content format playback
compatibility
Amplifier section
Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 W per channel
(1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 4 Ω)
•
Disc section
Digital audio
characteristics . . . . . . . . DVD fs: 96 kHz, 24-bit
Type . . . . . DVD system, Video CD/Super VCD
system and Compact Disc
digital audio system
Frequency
response . . . 4 Hz to 44 kHz (96kHz sampling) /
4 Hz to 22 kHz (48kHz sampling)
Wow and Flutter . . . . . . . Limit of measurement
(±0.001 % W.PEAK) or less (JEITA)
•
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This player is compatible with a wide range of
disc types (media) and formats. Playable discs
will generally feature one of the following logos
on the disc and/or disc packaging. Note
however that some disc types, such as
recordable CD and DVD, may be in an
unplayable format.
See the Disc compatibility table below for more
information.
FM tuner section
DVD-Video DVD-R
DVD-RW
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Frequency range . . . . . . 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Ω, unbalanced
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AM tuner section
Audio CD Video CD
Frequency range
With 9kHz step . . . . . . 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz
With 10kHz step . . . . . 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loop antenna
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Miscellaneous
CD-RW
Fujicolor CD
Power requirements:
Singapore / Malaysia/ Thailand
models . . . . . . . . . . AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Taiwan model . . . . . . . . . . . AC 110 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption:
Singapore / Malaysia / Thailand
models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 W
Taiwan model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 W
Power consumption in standby:
Singapore / Malaysia / Thailand
models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.37 W
Taiwan model. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.27 W
Dimensions . . 170(W) x 252(H) x 321.4(D) mm
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3 kg
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CD-R
Accessories (DVD/CD receiver)
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
AA/R6 dry cell batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Video cable (yellow plugs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
AM loop antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FM antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
These operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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•
is a trademark of Fuji Photo Film Co. Ltd.
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation
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• Also compatible with KODAK Picture CD
This player supports the IEC’s Super VCD standard for superior picture quality, dual
soundtracks, and widescreen support.
VIDEO
CD
Accessories
Super Video CD (Super VCD)
• Power cord
(WLXJ, NTXJ : ADG1154)
(LFXJ : ADG7097)
• AM Loop Antenna
(ATB7013)
• FM Antenna (ADH7030)
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• Remote Control
(XXD3100)
Speaker system
Enclosure . . . . . . . Bass-reflex bookshelf type
(magnetically shielded)
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 cm 2-way system
Speakers:
Woofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 cm cone type
Tweeter . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 cm semi-dome type
Nominal impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Ω
Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Hz to 60 kHz
Maximum Input Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 W
Dimensions . . . 140(W) x 250(H) x 253(D) mm
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 kg
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STANDBY/ON
DVD/CD
FUNCTION
FM/AM
INPUT
TIMER/
BASS
BOOST CLOCK ADJ.
VIRTUAL
SURROUND SFC
DVD/CD
SYSTEM
SETUP
DVD
AUDIO SUBTITLE
MUTE SOUND ANGLE
ZOOM
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VOLUME
TOP MENU
• Video Cable
(L = 1.5m) (VDE1065)
DVD MENU
TUNE +
ST -
ST +
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
TUNE -
Accessories (speakers)
Yellow
Non-skid pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
• Dry Cell Batteries
Note
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
ENTER
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
MARK
7
8
9
0
CLEAR
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM DISP/CHARA
KARAOKE
ECHO
KEY CONTROL
• Specifications and design subject to
possible modification without notice, due
to improvements.
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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
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Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The
mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
2.1 PACKING
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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
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7
NSP 8
NSP 9
NSP 10
Description
Mark No.
Part No.
Operating Instructions
Remote Control
Battery Cover
AM Loop Antenna
Power Cord
See Contrast table(2)
XXD3100
AZN7933
ATB7013
See Contrast table(2)
FM Antenna
Video Cable
Dry Cell Batteries(R6P,AA)
Warranty Card
Vinyl Bag
ADH7030
VDE1065
VEM1031
See Contrast table(2)
See Contrast table(2)
Description
Part No.
NSP 11
12
13
14
15
Literature Bag
Packing Sheet
Front Pad
Rear Pad
Packing Case
AHG1180
AHG7053
XHA3154
XHA3155
See Contrast table(2)
NSP 16
Service Map
See Contrast table(2)
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(2) CONTRAST TABLE
XV-HA5/WLXJ, LFXJ and XV-HA5/NTXJ are constructed the same except for the following:
XV-HA5
/WLXJ
XV-HA5
/LFXJ
XV-HA5
/NTXJ
Operating Instructions
(English/Chinese)
Operating Instructions
(Thai)
XRE3112
XRE3112
Not used
Not used
Not used
XRC3208
Power Cord
Mark No.
1
1
Description
A
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NSP
5
9
Warranty Card
ADG1154
Not used
ADG7097
Not used
ADG1154
XRY3004
NSP
10
15
16
Vinyl Bag
Packing Case
Service Map
Not used
XHD3551
Not used
Not used
XHD3551
Not used
AHG7031
XHD3553
XRY3005
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NSP
D
E
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2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
51
17
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
A
To "2.3 FRONT PANEL
48
SECTION
C
51
56
51
C
47
54
15
57
CONTACT SIDE
K
51
4
D
Refer to "2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION"
58
E
57
8
24
52
51
29
13
B
M
58
F
35
25
A
2
11
50
51
5
I
33
39
52
H
33
26
37
F
52
C
51
27
50
33
H
G
45
26
38
I
Cleaning paper
GED-008
25
F
50
36
44
J
12
26
6
58
51
K
50
G
1
D
E
J
23
51
42
10
G
A
C
C
3
H
D
35
L
35
51
I
53
K
14
30
18
19
59
58
M
51
51
58
40
59
9
N
E
41
P
O
21
28
20
35
60
7
B
M
60
F
31
N
22
Refer to "2.4 05 LOADER ASSY"
32
43
34
O
60
L
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Mark No.
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Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
IF Assy
PRIMARY Assy
SECONDARY Assy
KARAOKE Assy
REGULATOR Assy
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
XWZ4042
XWZ4043
XWZ4039
6
7
8
9
10
POWER Assy
DVDM Assy
FM/AM TUNER Unit
Power Transformer
FU2 Fuse (T5.0A/ 250V)
XWZ4040
AWM7966
AXX7173
XTS3098
REK1029
11
12
13
14
15
FU1 Fuse
DC Fan Motor
11P FFC/30V
25P FFC/30V
27P FFC/30V
See Contrast table (2)
AXM7025
XDD3174
XDD3175
XDD3176
16
17
NSP 18
NSP 19
20
••••••
CAUTION Label
DVD ASSY
05 Loader Assy
Adaptor 05L
See Contrast table (2)
XXA3036
VWT1219
XNW3014
21
22
NSP 23
NSP 24
25
Adaptor 05R
Connector Assy
FUSE Card
FUSE Card
Insulation Plate
XNW3015
PG05KK-E07
See Contrast table (2)
AAX7098
AND7055
26
27
NSP 28
29
30
FET Bracket A
Heat Sink
Chassis HAL
Rear Panel HAL
Mecha Frame
ANG7432
ANH7169
XNA3025
See Contrast table (2)
XNG3136
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
31
NSP 32
33
34
35
Leg
Spacer
Insulation Rubber
S Cover
Push Rivet
AEB7090
AEB7092
AEB7256
AEB7262
AEC7205
36
37
38
39
40
Mica Sheet A
Mica Sheet B
Rear Mold
Fan Mold
Cord Clamper
AEE7049
AEE7050
AMR7437
AMR7470
RNH-184
41
42
43
44
45
DVD Barrier
FFC Barrier
FFC Cover
PCB Support
Tray Cap
XEC3060
XEC3061
XEC3067
XMR3096
XAK3491
46
47
NSP 48
49
50
••••••
Bonnet Case
SISIR Label
••••••
Screw 3*10
A
B
XZN3177
See Contrast table (2)
ABA7117
C
51
52
53
54
55
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
••••••
BBZ30P060FTC
BBZ30P080FNI
BBZ40P060FTC
BCZ30P060FTC
56
57
58
59
60
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
PPZ30P080FNI
VPZ30P080FNI
VPZ30P080FTC
XBA3015
BPZ30P080FNI
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XV-HA5/WLXJ, LFXJ and XV-HA5/NTXJ are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No.
>
NSP
NSP
Description
XV-HA5
/WLXJ
XV-HA5
/LFXJ
XV-HA5
/NTXJ
XWZ4049
XWZ4044
REK1024
(T1.6A/ 250V)
VRW2159
XWZ4050
XWZ4041
REK1021
(T800mA/ 250V)
VRW1699
AAX2377
XNC3388
Not used
AAX2367
XNC3389
Not used
1
2
11
IF Assy
PRIMARY Assy
FU1 Fuse
17
CAUTION Label
XWZ4033
XWZ4041
REK1021
(T800mA/ 250V)
VRW1699
23
29
48
FUSE Card
Rear Panel HAL
SISIR Label
AAX2367
XNC3342
XAX3525
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1
2
3
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2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION
A
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
24
1
CONTACT SIDE
D
To "2.2 EXTERIOR
SECTION
A
B
4
3
22
14
23
B
12
9
25
C
17
21
10
8
C To "2.2 EXTERIOR
5
SECTION
24
24
2
D
E
11
6
B
15
26
20
16
E
13
19
7
18
F
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Mark No.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
DISPLAY Assy
HP2 Assy
13P FFC/30V
29P FFC/30V
Door Spring
XWZ4034
XWZ4035
XDD3171
XDD3173
XNG3138
6
7
8
9
10
Gnd Plate B
Leg
Pioneer Name Plate
Func Button A
Func Button B
XNG3140
AEB7090
AAM7012
XAD3219
XAD3222
11
12
13
14
15
Tray Cap
Standby Button Assy
Front Panel Assy
Display Window
Sealing Panel
XAK3491
XXG3212
XXG3215
XAK3489
XAK3495
16
17
18
19
20
Door Cover
Timer Lens
Door
Sub Cushion
Door Cushion
XAK3517
XAK3500
XAN3055
XEB3048
XEB3049
Front Panel
Standby Button
Standby Lens
Screw
DM Screw
XMB3202
XAD3221
XAK3490
VPZ30P080FTC
DBA1260
MIC Knob
XAA3031
A
B
21
NSP 22
NSP 23
24
25
26
C
D
E
F
11
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6
7
8
1
2
3
4
2.4 05 LOADER ASSY
Pickup leneses
Cleaning liquid
GEM1004
Cleaning paper
GED-008
Note :
Refer to
" Application of Lubricant".
A
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2
Refer to
"2.5 Traverse Mechanism Assy-S".
6
8
8
To DVDM CN101 (Pickup)
To DVDM CN104 (Stepping Motor)
Daifree
GEM1036
To DVDM CN102 (Spindle Motor)
8
B
18
12
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
24
3
20
13
A
23
22
17
16
19
22
C
21
15
22
To
DVDM CN103
7
A
10
14
11
D
A
9
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
1
22
05 LOADER ASSY PARTS LIST
Mark No.
E
Mark No.
Part No.
LOAB Assy
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Loading Motor Assy
• • • • •
• • • • •
VWG2346
DXX2568
VXX2912
16
17
18
19
20
6
7
8
9
10
Flexible Cable (24P)
Connector Assy 2P
Floating Rubber
Belt
Stabilizer
VDA2008
VKP2253
VEB1351
VEB1358
VNE2253
21
22
23
24
11
12
13
14
15
Loading Base
Float Base 04
Drive Cam
Gear Pulley
Loading Gear
VNL1917
VNL1968
VNL1919
VNL1921
VNL1922
NSP 1
2
3
4
5
F
Description
12
Description
Part No.
Drive Gear
SW Lever
Clamper Plate 04
Bridge 04
Clamper 04
VNL1923
VNL1925
VNE2342
VNE2343
VNL1969
Screw
Screw
Tray
Clamp Magnet
JGZ17P028FTC
VBA1094
VNL1920
VMG1029
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Application of Lubricant
A
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Around the shaft
No. 11
Loading Base
B
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Inner side of a ditch
No. 13
Drive Cam
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Inner side of a ditch
C
No. 13
Drive Cam
Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
Front View
Rear View
D
Daifree
GEM1036
Concave of unevenness
No. 23
Tray
Daifree
GEM1036
Concave of unevenness
No. 23
Tray
Inner side of a ditch
E
Daifree
GEM1036
Top View
Bottom View
Concave of unevenness
Side of the rib
Daifree
GEM1036
Daifree
GEM1036
F
13
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
2.5 Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Note :
1
Refer to
" Application of Lubricant".
A
2
Note : When part #2 is replaced,
part #13 also need to be
replaced at the same time.
4
3
5
B
10
6
9
10
11
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
To DVDM CN102
(Spindle Motor)
To
DVDM CN101
(Pickup Assy)
11
C
12
7
To
DVDM CN104
(Stepping Motor)
CONTACT SIDE
NON-CONTACT
SIDE
D
8
Note : Spindle screw (DBA1252) of No.13 is the screw which applied special bond.
Therefore the adhesion becomes ineffective when takes it off once. Spindle screw is the part which cannot recycle.
13
When part #2 is replaced, part #13 also need to be replaced at the same time.
E
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S PARTS LIST
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
05SD Pickup Assy-S
Spindle Motor N200
Guide Shaft VK1
Sub Guide Shaft VK1
Joint VK1B
OXX8014
DXM1197
DLA1940
DLA1941
DNK4272
NSP 8
9
10
Mechanism Frame VK1
Precision Screw VK1
Skew Screw VK1
DNK4160
DBA1209
DBA1211
Joint Spring VK1
Stepping Motor VK1
DBK1235
DXM1201
11
NSP 12
13
Skew Spring VK1
DBH1516
Stepping Screw
DBA1205
Spindle Screw VK1(for Service) DBA1252
Mark No.
>
1
2
3
4
NSP 5
Description
F
6
7
14
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
D
E
F
15
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
B
CN1013
(24P)
27MHz
DVDM ASSY
16
16
12
BACK END IC
VlDEO AMP 20
DRlVER
18
14
IC201
MT1389FE/C2-L
IC401
MM1623BF 23
8
26
6
21
10
CN101
(24P)
05SD PU
SPINDLE
Motor
FOCS/TRKG
PlCK UP
ASSY
CN102
(12P)
V
SC
25
Sy
FL
CN902
(27P)
FTS&SPDL
DRlVER
Stepping
M
Motor + -
CN103
IC101
(4P)
B
·System Control
·RF Amp
·Servo Control
·AV Decoder
·108MHz 12bit Video
DAC
BD7995EFS
LOAD
A ASSY
Loading M
Motor + -
2CH DAC
CN104
(5P)
IC501
PCM1753
IC204
CN901
16K
EEPROM
CN5952
(25P)
(25P)
IC202
64M SDRAM
POWER SUPPLY
DVDPOWER
VDET
1.8V:IC711
3.3V:IC731
5V:IC751
IC203
16M
FLASH ROM
VPR+8
VPR+8M
6.5V:IC761
VDVD+12
12V:Q701
DOUT
16
13
4
23
24
21
22
25
13
4
23
24
21
22
25
VDET
CN3101
C
(21P)
8
MIC
ECHO
9
IC8401
Bu9255FS
8
VOCAL
2
FADER
2
IC8301
BA3838F
6
11
11
3
1
1
FL IN
L OUT
16
3
2
KEY
CON
CN5105
IC8201
M65847AFP
(4P)
K 1/2
CN3101
(1/2)
CN8301
(1/2)
(21P)
(21P)
KARAOKE ASSY
D
25
CN8502
CN8301(2/2)
(27P)
7
(21P)
CN3101(2/2)
7
(21P)
J9911
(4P)
MIC SW
DVD
3
MIC
AMP
MIC IN
1
1
2
LINE IN
2
AUDIO INPUT SELECT
BD3841FS
IC3001
3
IC9402
HA17558AF
LINE IN
3
3
FRONT IN
E
FRONT IN DETECT
(u-p)
27
CN5921
(2/2)
CN5911
(2/2)
(15P)
(29P)
USB
RECEIVER
USB IN
E 2/2 HP2 ASSY
CN5421
(1/2)
M TUNER MODULE
(15P)
17
RECA
USB AUDIO
ATTENUATOR
-6dB
26
9
TUNER
17
BUFFER
-6 dB ATT
(u-p)
11
5
CN5951
(2/2)
IC5201
PCM 2900EG
D 2/2
27
7
FRONT AUDIO IN
(29P)
IN1
18
DISP ASSY
20
OUT
6
6
TUNER MODULE
TUNER
AXA7173
CN5701
(11P)
REC MUTE
(u-p)
F
LINE OUT
16
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
16
12
14
COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUT
8
6
S-VIDEO
OUT
10
CN8502
(27P)
K 2/2 KARAOKE ASSY
D 1/2
IR SENSOR
KEY
DISPLAY ASSY
B
14.15
13
14.15
13
LCD
CN5911(2/2)
(29P)
With COG DRIVER
Positive: XAV3029-
CN5951(2/2)
(29P)
MICROPROCESSOR
PDC 125
IC5501
E 1/2 HP2 ASSY
IC3911
CN5911(1/2)
CN5921
(1/2)
(29P)
(15P)
NJM4565M
3
(15P)
1
HP. AMP
C
CN5421
(2/2)
22
22
HEADPHONE
OUT
8
8
HP DETECT
(u-p)
CN5951(1/2)
(29P)
D
AMP SECTION
ON/OFF
(u-p)
E-VOLUME
IC3201
BD3814FV
R3033,
R3034
15
(11P)
1
3 BASS
9
BOOST
9
1
13 TDA8560Q
1
(5P)
7
9
IC3271
HA17558AF
CN42(1/2)
CN23
CN3302
(11P)
(15P)
(15P)
CN42
(2/2)
CN24
IC3301
27
-VOLUME
-ST-WIDE
-TONE
-SFC
G POWER
ASSY
J21(1/2)
2ch
Power Amp
4
4
5
5
CN3352
(11P)
(4P)
2
2
2
1
1
1
CN3301
J21(2/2)
(5P)
(11P)
L/R OUT
E
SYSTEM MUTE
(u-p)
LOW POWER AMP
MODULE
XPROTECT
(u-p)
H SECONDARY ASSY
ANALOG AUDIO & VIDEO SIGNAL
F
DIGITAL AUDIO SIGNAL
C
CONTROL SIGNAL
IF ASSY
OTHER
• R ch is same as L ch.
17
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
F
A
2
1
1
A
LOAB ASSY
(VWG2346)
18
2
3
FFC (1mm PITCH)
24P FFC
VKN1482
(AXX7173)
TUNER MODULE
M
XV-HA5
4
52045-1145
XDD3174
FFC (1.25mm PITCH)
CN5701
52045-1145
GLED
2
2
13
1
GLED
CN5911
DIMMER
52044-2945
1
11
HLEM295-1
12
DIMMER
13
GNDHP
HPL
HPDET
GNDC
DD+
VBUS
1
CN5951
10
3
9
2
7
5
8
4
5
7
6
6
4
GND
RDS
VSM
TXR
+9V
TXL
GND
DO
CLK
DI
CE
3
9
1
11
3
8
10
2
GND 11
RDS
10
VSM 9
TXR
8
+9V 7
TXL
6
GND 5
DO
4
CLK 3
DI
2
CE 1
JA9402
MIC
(SUB)
AKN7005
25
12
1
10
FFC (1.25mm PITCH)
11
1
2mm PITCH WIRE
XDD3171
8
23
9
24
6
2
21
4
2
22
20
2
3
5
3
3
ADD7418
4
7
6
5
4
GNDD
GNDD
GNDM
GNDM
VPR+8M
VPR+8M
VPR+8
VPR+8
VDVD+12
FADET
HPR
GNDHP
HPL
HPDET
6
19
17
1
5
18
GNDC
DD+
VBUS
7
15
CN9421
52045-1345
DVD MODULE
XXA3036
PICKUP ASSY
8
16
CN3101
XKP3070-
9
13
C
8
10
14
12
FA(R)
GNDA
FA(L)
GNDA
7
10
11
13
SDATA2
SCLK2
XREADY
XDVDRST
DVDPOWER
GNDD
GNDD
DOUT
9
11
HP2 ASSY
(XWZ4035)
9
12
14
10
51048-0400
D20PYY0435E
JA9903
XKN3016
11
CN101
12
RKN1053
14
XDD3175
13
FFC (1mm PITCH)
15
21
17
20
16
20
16
19
18
15
17
16
18
17
19
16
7
17
8
15
6
13
19
14
18
11
20
VA+12
JA9901
AKN7005
18
12
20
MIC
1
J9911
MIC SW
2
5
GNDA
2
19
CN105
10
4
21
3
21
14
9
22
15
7
22
13
4
21
12
8
3
10
5
23
11
4
NC
NC
NC
VDET
GNDD
GNDD
ACK
MDATA2
8
6
1
9
3
23
2
6
1
NC 1
2
FOCS RTN
NC
FOCS DRV
NC 3
4
TRKG RTN
VDET
TRKG DRV
GNDD 5
6
VSHF
GNDD
GND
ACK 7
MDATA2
8
LD(650)
PD
SDATA2 9
10
LD(780)
SCLK2
GND
XREADY 11
12
MPD(780)
XDVDRST
MD
DVDPOWER 13
14
MPD(650)
GNDD
VREF(2.1V)
GNDD 15
DOUT
16
B2
B1
GNDD 17
18
A
GNDD
OEICG
GNDM 19
GNDM
20
C
780/650
VPR+8M 21
B4
22
VPR+8M
B3
VPR+8 23
VCC
24
VPR+8
GND
VDVD+12 25
4
24
5
2
24
2
FOCS RTN
FOCS DRV
TRKG RTN
TRKG DRV
VSHF
GND
LD(650)
PD
LD(780)
GND
MPD(780)
MD
MPD(650)
VREF(2.1V)
B2
B1
A
OEICG
C
780/650
B4
B3
VCC
GND
CN5952
VKN1256-
JA9401
MIC
(MAIN)
AKN7005
CN901
VKN1256-
7
3
BOARD TO BOARD (1.25mm PITCH)
XKP3081-
1
DVDL
GNDA
FRIN
GNDA
FLIN
VA+12
3
1
2
5
27
25
LOUT
GNDA
ROUT
GNDA
DVDR
GNDA
2
4
7
26
CN8301
1
4
6
26
23
21
19
E
3
6
9
27
24
22
20
17
KEYCONSTB
KEYCONCLK
KEYCONDATA
ECHOVOL
VOCAL A
VOCAL B
VOCAL C
GNDU
GNDU
5
7
8
D V D M ASSY
B (A WM7966)
A3
A2
A1
H1+
H1H2+
H2H3+
H3GNDS
V+5S
INSIDE
24
22
20
18
15
AKB7146
8
11
25
23
21
18
16
KARAOKE ASSY
(XWZ4043)
10
12
4
19
16
K
10
12
ST2-
17
13
JA8502
9
11
ST2+
3
14
11
9
7
JA9902
AKN7005
CN1013
A3
A2
A1
H1+
H1SPINDLE H2+
MOTOR H2H3+
H3GNDS
V+5S
INSIDE
4
ST1+
2
15
12
10
8
B
3
2
ST1-
12
14
XDD3176
1
13
10
8
A
STEPPING
MOTOR
1
CN103
AKN7035
11
9
5
CN5105
S5B-PH-K-S
SW1
5
4
6
52147-0410
VA+12
5
E
7
6
4
1
SW1
V+3D
4
5
P/XI
SQUEEZE
VSEL2
VSEL1
ASPECT
SC
GNDD
V
GNDD
SY
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
Cb/B
GNDD
Cr/R
GNDD
G
GNDD
B
GNDD
R
GNDD
GNDA
FL
GNDA
FR
VIDEO OUTPUT
(COMPOSITE+S OUT)
CN601
SW2
3
3
1
GNDA
4
LOAD+
2
2
4
3
2
MIC SW
2
3
CN8502
VKN1258-
3
SW2
LOAD-
1
1
MIC
V+3D
1
LOADING
MOTOR
ASSY
: VXX2912
P/XI
SQUEEZE
VSEL2
VSEL1
ASPECT
SC
GNDD
V
GNDD
SY
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
Cb/B
GNDD
Cr/R
GNDD
G
GNDD
B
GNDD
R
GNDD
GNDA
FL
GNDA
FR
CN902
VKN1258-
2
LOAD+
CN104
S5B-PH-SM3
D
LOAD-
CN602
1
4
3.2 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
52044-1345
CN5921
FA(R)
GNDA
FA(L)
GNDA
FADET
HPR
C C 1/2, C 2/2,
IF ASSY
(XWZ4033:XV-HA5/WL)
(XWZ4049:XV-HA5/LF)
(XWZ4050:XV-HA5/NT)
LOUT
GNDA
ROUT
GNDA
DVDR
GNDA
DVDL
GNDA
FRIN
GNDA
FLIN
VA+12
KEYCONSTB
KEYCONCLK
KEYCONDATA
ECHOVOL
VOCAL A
VOCAL B
VOCAL C
GNDU
GNDU
5
V5901 posi:XAV3029VDD
VSS
VREF
RESET
STB
SCK
DATA
NC
51048-0900
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
8
A
29
28
27
26
25
24
22
23
GNDA
HPL
GNDHP
HPR
FADET
GNDA
FA(L)
GNDA
FA(R)
21
20
19
17
18
15
16
13
14
12
7
÷ When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or
"PCB PARTS LIST".
÷ The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor
of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
÷
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
CABLE HOLDER
(FOR LCD
INSERTION)
VE+5
VESW+5
GNDD
GNDU
REMOCON
KEY1
KEY2
XSUSPEND
USBL
GNDA
USBR
HPDET
9
11
10
8
7
VP+12
XLCDRST
LCDCLK
LCDCS
LCDDATA
TMRLED
WITH COG DRIVER
DISP ASSY
(XWZ4034)
6
5
3
4
nega:XAV3030-
NC
LCD
D
6
28
29
26
27
25
24
23
22
20
21
GNDA
HPL
GNDHP
HPR
FADET
GNDA
FA(L)
GNDA
FA(R)
19
18
16
17
15
14
12
13
10
11
8
7
9
VE+5
VESW+5
GNDD
GNDU
REMOCON
KEY1
KEY2
XSUSPEND
USBL
GNDA
USBR
HPDET
6
JA4601
TOTX177PL
AC POWER CORD
1
2
1
3
4
115
0
MAIN
MAIN
5
C
SUB1
4
SUB2
UN+56
3
SUB2
GNDU
2
PRIMARY ASSY
(XWZ4041: WL, NT)
(XWZ4044: LF)
* T2
SYSPOW
AC
1
I
12
GNDU
11
11
GNDM
GNDM
10
10
GNDM
GNDD
9
9
GNDD
GNDD
8
8
GNDD
SYSPOW
7
7
SYSPOW
AC
6
6
AC
UN+56
5
5
UN+56
GLED
4
4
GLED
VA-12
3
3
VA-12
VP+8
2
2
VP+8
VP+8
1
1
H
1
2
3
4
5
6
SUB1
MAIN
MAIN
5
SUB1
4
SUB2
3
CN21
B6P-VH
12
2mm PITCH WIRE
GNDU
GNDM
2
SUB2
J11
D20PYY1225E
GNDU
1
J22
51048-1200
CN43
52147-1210
UN+56
2.0mm PITCH WIRE
AC
+
HELP
-
R+
SYSPOW
-
HELP
LR-
51048-0500
D20PYY0520E
+
SPEAKER
L+
CN26
CN3352
AKE7086-
52147-0510
R
115
XTS3098
0
LINEOUT
AC INLET
SUB1
L
5
B5P9-VH
R
2
AN1
CN3
LINE IN
XKP3084
L
D
SECONDARY ASSY
(XWZ4042)
VP+8
J21
CN42
51048-1100
D20PYY1125E
11
11 RIN
10
10 GNDA
LIN
9
9
LIN
XPROTECT
8
8
XPROTECT
MUTE
7
7
MUTE
VP+15
6
6
VP+15
R+
5
5
R+
R-
4
GNDP
3
LL+
SYS U-COM DOWNLOAD
+B(FAN)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
GNDVP+15
H/LCONT
GNDP
GNDP
+B
+B
POWER ASSY
(XWZ4040)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+B(FAN)
15
FANGND
14
XPROTECT
13
REF5V
12
H/LCONT
11
VP+15
10
GNDVP+8
9
SENSE
(VP+8)
8
VP+8
7
2.5mm pitch
UVP+8
6
CN3303
KM250NA10L
5
VP+15V
L+
4
SENSE
(VP+15V)
L-
3
REF5V
GNDP
2
2
BtoB
STBY
R-
1
1
BtoB
MUTE
5
GNDA
4
RIN
3
GNDA
2
LIN
1
FANGND
15
XPROTECT
14
REF5V
13
H/LCONT
+B
12
VP+15
+B
11
GNDVP+8
GNDP
10
SENSE
(VP+8)
GNDP
9
8
VP+8
H/LCONT
7
UVP+8
GNDVP+15
6
CN22
VP+15V
5
KP250NA10
REF5V
SENSE
(VP+15V)
4
MUTE
3
STBY
GNDA
2
2.5mm pitch
R+
CN3301
KM250NA5L
1
7
VSS
NC
5
G
6
4
5
WEN/DI
WD0
WCLK
RST
VCC
3
2
4
BtoB
2.5mm pitch
HLEM7S-1
3
RIN
2
GNDA
1
LIN
L+
CN23
KP250NA15
L-
1
CN3302
KM250NA15L
2
1
L+
2
L-
GNDP
CN24
KP250NA5
R-
3
R-
E
4
R+
2mm PITCH WIRE
RIN
GNDA
GNDP
52147-1110
1
5
B
OPTICAL OUTPUT
JA3001
VKB1047
CN51
TMRLED
VP+12
XLCDRST
LCDCLK
LCDCS
LCDDATA
3
4
XDD3173 FFC (1.25mm PITCH)
2
1
ASSY
F REGULATOR
(XWZ4039)
CN3651
KM200SA2L
F
LOW POWER AMP ASSY
19
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.3 DVDM ASSY (1/2)
PICKUP ASSY CN1013
A
B
LD Driver for CD
(RF)
(RF)
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
LD Driver for DVD
SPINDLE MOTOR
C
FTS DRIVER
STEPPING
MOTOR
(F)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(T)
1
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(F)
(T)
A
(T)
(T)
(F)
(F)
CN601
D
3
2
E
(RF)
(D)
(F)
(T)
(S)
(C/V)
(R/Cr)
(G/Y)
(B/Cb)
F
(S_Y)
BA1/2
(S_C)
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE(DIGITAL)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
: STEPPING SERVO LOOP LINE
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE(R/Cr)
AYW7069
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE(G/Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE(B/Cb)
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
20
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B 1/2 DVDM ASSY
A
(G/Y)
(S_C)
B
(C/V)
(B/Cb)
(D)
(R/CY)
(S_Y)
(AWM7966)
!
C
MT1389FE/C2-L
D
E
F
B 1/2
21
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3
4
3.4 DVDM ASSY (2/2)
A
B 2/2 DVDM ASSY
(AWM7966)
(D)
B
C
D
E
F
BA2/2
22
XV-HA5
1
2
5
6
7
8
A
3.3V Regulator
1.8V Regulator
5V Regulator
C 2/2 CN5952
(D)
6.5V Regulator
7.8V
B
7.8V
5.0V
6.4V
C
NC
Video Driver Amp
(S_C)
(S_C)
(C/V)
(C_Y)
(C/V)
(Cr)
Cr
CN8502
(Y)
(Cb)
NC
K
(S_Y)
(Y)
Y
(Cb)
Cb
(Cr)
D
NC
NC
R521
FL
FL
0
R522
FR
FR
0
DAC 2CH
E
(D)
(C/V)
(S_Y)
(S_C)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
F
BA2/2
23
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
REC MUTE
(DVDL)
FAL
FAR
USBL
USBR
ING1
ING2
INH1
INH2
100
48
R3039
47
SELDATA
R3040
C3017
0.1
C3039
C3040 100p CH
100p CH
(LCH)
100 R3011
100 R3012
(LCH)
VA-7
0
ASSY
C 1/2 IF
(XWZ4033 / WL)
10/50
C5711
220
R5711
10
D5711
R3212
46 VOLCLK
45 VOLDATA
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
DGND
CL
DA
VEE
BIAS
VCC
RECA1
RECA2
RECB1
RECB2
RECC1
RECC2
LOUT
ROUT
INI1
INI2
-7.1V
(XWZ4049 / LF )
(XWZ4050 / NT)
STBY
C5795
GNDU
STBY
C5791
STBY
C5712
STBY
C5794 UDZS10B R5712
1k 1SS355
C5713
0.1
R3226 D3225
47p
CH
100p
CH
C5721
100p
CH
C5722
STBY
CH
C5723
STBY
C
DVDL
DVDR
MDL
MDR
TXL
TXR
LINEL
LINER
VA+7
R3051
+9V REG.
XPROTECT
C5792
+7.1V
BD3841FS-
(LINEOUTL)
VA+12
2SC4081(QR) D5713
Q5711
DAN217-
66
61
62
57
(USBL)
220k
(TXL)
C5793
STBY
1.8k
AUDIO INPUT SELECT
IC3001
C3018
0.1
FAR
FAL
USBR
USBL
(FAL)
47k
C3007
STBY
R3022
4.7k
Q3001
IMX9(2/2)
(TXL)
C5724
TO TUNER MODULE
+9.7V
R3021
4.7k
STBY
R3018
820p
R3017
CH
C3009
R3008 220
VX+9
1.8k
R3016
52045-1145
11
GND
RDS 10
9
VSM
TXR 8
7
+9V
TXL 6
5
GND
DO 4
3
CLK
DI 2
1
CE
R3015
R3050
0
CN5701
STBY
L3008 STBY
820p
C3013
L3009 STBY
GNDA
CHASSIS_GND
CH
R3009 STBY
C3010
C3015
STBY
C3016
STBY
L3007 STBY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
220k
(LINEOUTL)
C 2/2
R3072
100k
R3019
R3007 220
R
B
330
Q3001
IMX9(1/2)
AUDIO
AUDIO
100k
R3071
R3020
LINEOUT
C3008
R3014
R3006 STBY
3300p CH 3300p CH
R3026
R3025
L3006 STBY
(LINEOUTL)
L
STBY
L3004 STBY
330
C3012
R
C3005
R3004 STBY
LINEIN
C3006
L3005 STBY
L
220p CH 220p CH
R3013
(LINEL)
A
47k
RECMUTE
R3005 STBY
VKB1047-
100
JA3001
SELCLK
3.5 IF ASSY (1/2)
1k
1k
R3211
LIN
C3271
STBY
C3203 100p
CH
CH
VA+12V
4
(1/2)
2
1
VA+12
8
47/16
C3245
47/16
4.7k
0.1
C3257
VA-12V
C3277
22k
0.1
C3258
(FL)
R3214
4.7k
R3215
0.1
C3278
0.1
R3273
22
C3273 C3275
R3276
0.068
0.068
0.068
0.068
4700p
4700p
R3263
R3271 27k
10k
R3279
10k
R3274
22k
C3274 C3276
0.1
0.1
STBY
R3272 27k
VP+8
R3234
D3223
38 XSYSMUTE
5
8
7
(2/2)
IC3271
HA17558AF
R3278
2.2k
Q3221
RT1P241M
UDZS4.7B
VA-7
34 BBCTRL
6
4
VA-12V
22
GNDD
R3264
IC3201 BD3814FV
E-VOL
VA-12
3
C3204 100p
Q3291
2SD2114
RIN
LIN
STBY
-7.1V
10/50
STBY
IC3271
HA17558AF
(FL)
Q3292
2SD2114
STBY
C3253
R3277
0.01
C3272
STBY
R3261
0.1
R3249
0.1
C3243
220/10
C3244
220/10
R3262
150
C3241 1/2W VM
C3242
E
STBY
C3254
10/50
150
1/2W VM
D3222
D3221
R3233 UDZS6.8B UDZS6.8B R3232
VA+7
STBY
VA+12
40
39
38
37
36
R3213
35
STBY
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26 C3206
25 C3207
24 C3208
23 C3209
22 C3210
21 C3211
R3275
47k
R3257
STBY
R3258
STBY
1000p
R3250
GNDA
VCC(+7V)
GNDA
CLK
DATA
MUTE
GNDD
GNDA
DTSRO
SROUT
SLOUT
DTSLO
FROUT
FLOUT
BNF2L
BNF1L
BNF2R
BNF1R
TNFL
TNFR
Q3293
RT1P241M
2.7k
R3255
2.7k
R3256
4.7k
C3252
INP1
INN1
OUT1
GNDA
INP2
INN2
OUT2
GNDA
DTSR
GNDA
SRIN
GNDA
SLIN
GNDA
DTSL
GNDA
FRIN
GNDA
FLIN
VEE(-7V)
RIN
R3260
R3254
10k
SROUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
+
FROUT
10k
R3252
C3251
1000p
C3202
-
D
R3259
4.7k
-
+7.1V
R3253
10k
SLOUT
C3201
0.01
+
R3218
100
R3217
100
FLOUT
10k
R3251 ST-WIDE CIRCUIT
R3210 R3209
10k
10k
RIN
STBY
BASS BOOST CIRCUIT
VA-12
22 XPROTECT
UN+56
AC
SYSPOW
LCYA
24
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AC
UN+56
GLED
VA-12
VP+8
VP+8
GNDM GNDU
8
PCB Binder
VEF1040-
SYSPOW
PCB Binder
VEF1040-
9
ALL INDUCTORS ARE IN µH
GLED
GNDD
C 1/2
AL :CEAL
:CEAT
1/2W RD1/2PM*
1/16W(CHIP)
+8.4V
GNDD
CH :CCSRCH (OTHER :CKSRYB)
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
GNDM 10
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
GNDU 12
F
+12.4V
B2
GNDM 11
B1
NOTES
VP+8
VA-12
2
3
52147-1210
H J22
XV-HA5
1
CN43
4
5
6
7
8
A
C 2/2
JA4602
STBY
C4605
STBY
STBY
U-COM
STBY
Q4601
STBY
R4603
STBY
TOTX177PL
0.01
GNDD
STBY
JA4601
C4611
GNDU
R4616
Q4602
STBY
STBY
3 2 1
R4624
STBY
R4604
R4605
C4604
STBY
+5.0V
47/10
0.1
C4603
R4622
D4621
10/50
UDZS5.6B
47
C4608
0
470
R4602
R4623
220k
R3029
C3026
15k
1
C4621
47/10
R3042
15k
100k
10/50
R3044
10k
R3047
**
100k
R3028
R3046
Q4621
2SC4081(QR) L4603
STBY
R4621
220k
10k
R3030
R3045
VP+8
10/50
15k
Q3042 Q3041
2SC4081(QR) 2SC4081(QR)
6dB ATT
Q3043
RT1P241M
C3022
R3043
42
**
100k
R3027
15k
ATT6dB
10/50
STBY STBY
(LINEOUTL)
R3036 R3035
0.1
C3019
C3021
C3025
95
DIGPOW
U-COM
R3041
B
100
R3918
100
R3926
100
100
16
17
18
19
20
GNDU
STBY
STBY
6.8k
IC8881
C3310 C3309
STBY
STBY
21
GNDA
FRIN
GNDA
FLIN
VA+12
KEYCONSTB
KEYCONCLK
KEYCONDATA
ECHOVOL
VOCAL A
VOCAL B
VOCAL C
GNDU
GNDU
VP+8
10/50
C3308
STBY
C4612
1000p
C4615
14
15
VP+8
C3307
STBY
STBY
*
*
R3306 R3305
C3303
C3304
12
13
C 2/2
R3307
*
11
FLIN
VA+12V
R3313
*
6 GNDA
DVDL
8
HPR
STBY
R3309
8
7
10
C3311
1
-
C3305
STBY
+
*
2
4
4 GNDA
DVDR
TO KARAOKE ASSY
100
R3928
5
AEK7014
C
KARAOKE ASSY
R3930
100
R3920
3
9
Q3903
IMX9(2/2)
VA+12
2.2k
R3922
LOUT
2 GNDA
ROUT
GNDA
1SS133
STBY
2.2k
R3932
1
K CN8301
Q3901
IMX9(2/2)
R3924
3
CN3101 XKP3070-
HPL
Q3901
IMX9(1/2)
ANDREW CIRCUIT
R3315
STBY
0
IC3301 (1/2)
C3301
*
R3301 R3303
GNDC
Q3903
IMX9(1/2)
VA-12
D
*
R3301
R3302
R3303
R3304
R3307
R3308
C3301
C3302
C3303
C3304
+15.8V
R3287
STBY
STBY
STBY
CHASSIS_GND
STBY
STBY
STBY
R3289
STBY
R3291
STBY
R3290
STBY
R3292
STBY
R3284
R3282
R3283
R3281
10k
10k
10k
10k
E
CN3352
GNDP
C3287
STBY
C3291
STBY
C3288
STBY
C3292
STBY
C3285
1000p
C3289
1000p
C3286
1000p
C3290
1000p
(FL)
+7.8V
1
AKE7086L+
2
L-
3
R-
4
R+
4700/25
6.8k
VA-12V
0
SPEAKER
R3285
STBY
R3316
4700/25
C3284
10/50
IC3301 (2/2)
STBY
4700/25
C3282
*
C3312
C3281
7
4
58
59
60
72
65
64
63
4700/25
C3283
8
(FL)
5
+
C3306
STBY
6
-
*
*
C3302
STBY
*
R3302 R3304
R3314
R3308
R3310
(FL)
ROUT
(DVDL)
100
2.2k
TS
LOUT
R4601
100
R3929
OPTOUT
100
R3921
1k
IC3911
NJM4565M
100
R3927
2.2k
R3923
STBY
22
R3916
R3914
STBY
47/16
100
R3919
100
R3931
NP
C3912
7
R3925
AUDIO
39k
R3912 0.1
R3910
C3915
CH
C3916
100p
C3910
C3913
10/50
CH
C3909
100p
C3914
10/50
1k
39k
47/16
R3909
R3917
D3224
STBY
C3911
NP
STBY
(FL)
8
6 8
(2/2)
5 +
4
TS
47/16
1
R3908 C3908
1k 47/16
C3907 R3907
47p
CH
C3905
2 -
47p
CH
R3905
39k
R3906
39k
C3904
4
3 +
(1/2)
C3906
STBY
0.1 R3911
C3903
22
R3915
R3913
IC3911
NJM4565M
GNDA
HPMUTE
VA+12
R3225
R3034
0
R3033
0
(DVDL)
STBY
C4614
22
3 2 1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LIN
XPROTECT
MUTE
VP+15
R+
R-
GNDP
L-
L+
GNDA 10
RIN 11
(FL)
VP+15
GNDP
CN42
H
(FL)
(LINEL)
(TXL)
J21 (MDL)
52147-1110
:AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(DVDL)
:FLch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(USBL)
:LINE Lch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(FAL)
:TX Lch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (LINEOUT L)
:MD Lch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
:DVD Lch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
:USB LCH Audio SIGNAL ROUTE
:FA LCH AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
F
:LINE OUT LCH AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
25
XV-HA5
5
6
C 1/2
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.6 IF (2/2) and DISP ASSYS
SELDATA
VOLCLK
R5568
R5567
R5566
R5565
R5564
R5563
R5562
R5561
R5579
R5578
R5577
R5557
C5555
22k
0.1
220
R5551
0
C5597
STBY
C5596
STBY
UTEST
JP1
JP2
STEST
Q3953
2SA1576A(QR)
C3931
0.1
R3938
6.8k
0.1
C3932
R3939 XHPMUTE2 33
47k
RECMUTE
47k
15k
10/50
+4.9V
1k
R3010
47k
R3934
Q3951 1k
2SA1576A(QR)
R3935 R3933
10k
D3001
Q3003
RT1P241M
XRECMUTE 32
1SS355
GNDU
1
2125
STBY
C501
C502
D3951
10
UDZS5.6B
10
VMUTE+5
R3937
R5933
10
R3936
10K
10/50
C504
VE+5
Q3952
2SC4081(QR)
C3930
1/50
47k
C5809
R5805
R5804
D511
1SS355
3
1
OUT
IN
IC511 BA178M05FP
41
Q5804
STBY
SYSPOW
R5808
XV-HA5
1
2
CC1/2
AC
0
2
26
51
!
45
46
47
48
49
50
42
41
37
38
36
HPMUTE
R5932
VA-12
F
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
@
VP+15
UN+56
+5.6V
GNDU
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
1k
220
220
220
220
XHPMUTE 31
2SC4081(QR)
R5806
Q5803
R5626
D3953
DAN202K-
AC PULSE
0
12k
R5576
NC
NC
NC
NC
UTEST
VOLDATA/CE
STEST
SCLK2
70
10k
220
220
220
R5550
R5537
R5594
C5522
100p CH
R5807
100
C5808
ACH1246-
R5801
C5801
C5802
0.1
C5805
10/50
STBY
C5806
STBY
C5807
0.01
D5802
100/6.3
C5803
0.01
47k
C5804
R5802
22u
CA2/2
NC
NC
220
R5643 10k
L5801
Q5802
NC
8
R5570
72
R5644 10k
+4.8V
RT1N431M
VSS2
VDD2
Q5801
2SC4081(QR)
R5803
TXCE
69
SHORT for
TEST POINT
D5801
1SS355
VU+5
KCONSTB
MDATA2
SELCLK
SDATA2
7
VE+56
E
XSUSPEND
NC
NC
1
VP+12
RESET
VDD3
VSS3
SPDIFPOW
XDVDRST
SYSPOW2
NC
FLASHDO
FLASHE/D
KCONCLK
GNDA
2.2K
R5832
220
R5585
C5589
0.1
220
220
R5593
R5592
220
NC
DIGPOW
NC
NC
SCLK0
LCDDATA
LCDCS
LCDCLK
SYSCS2
SYSCS1
47/16
TS
C302
0.1
C301
3
8.2k
4.7k
VA+12
IC301
TA7812S
IN
OUT
1
3
2
+15.8V
FLASHCLK
NC
NC
XPROTECT
SDATA0
MDATA0
31
VP+15
VOCALB
0.01
270k
R5622
GNDU
$
#
TXODATA
TXCLK
KCONDATA
VOCALA
R5573
R5572
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
4
D
TXIDATA
VOCALC
2
ATT6dB
220
%
µ-COM
VDET
KEY1
KEY2
VDD4
SYSPOW
R5530
PDC125
SIMUKE
NC
VSS4
30
220
220
DVDACK
0.1
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
R5527
R5528
IC5501
C5540
R5591
R5542
R5543
R5544
R5597
R5596
R5574
R5575
R5549
26
27
28
220
NC
FADET
XHPMUTE2
R5522
DIMMER
TMRLED
XSYSMUTE
22
XT2
VSS1
CF1
CF2
VDD1
XRECMUTE
5
DEST. R5615 R5515
15k
LF
47k
47k
47k
NT
47k
WL
C
NC
XLCDRST
*
220
220
220
NC
ECHCNT2
220
220
220
R5517
R5518
R5519
NC
NC
R5536
17
18
19
C5517 0.01
C5518 0.01
C5519 0.01
VESW+5
NC
ECHCNT1
XHPMUTE
R5515 *
R5617 1M
XRESET
XT1
XMDRST
C5514
0.1
REMOCON
BASS_BOOST
1M
R5512
ASS7034-
X5502
VSS1143-
R5509
STBY
X5501
10MHz
NC
NC
32
33
34
HLEM7S-1
R5595
R5600
R5599
R5598
220
NC
220
220
220
220
R5508
CH R5510
C5510 680k
10p
CN51
220
DVDON/OFF
HPDET
NC
ACPULSE
NC
NC
R5531
R5532
R5533
R5534
R5507
C5509
12p
R5615 *
4
7
1k
Q5832
RT1N241M
80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
3
7
8
CH
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
2
NC
R5831
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
VU+5
98
99
100
8
5
220
220
R5501
R5502
STBY
1
6
220
220
220
100k
10k
C5598
STBY
1
2
C5507
VCC
VSS
Q5831
2SA1576A(QR)
R5698
47k
WEN/DI
WD0
WCLK
RST
VESW+5
VE+5
47k
1000p
R5601
VE+56
95
100
99
98
R5693
VESW+5
C5502
B
85
C 2/2 IF ASSY (XWZ4033/WL,XWZ4049/LF,XWZ4050/NT)
NOTES
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CH : CCSRCH
(OTHER : CKSRYB)
AL : CEAL
TS : CE*-TS
(OTHER : CEAT)
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
RS1/16S***J
ALL INDUCTORS ARE IN µH
LCYA
R5602
A
93
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
3
4
AUDIO
6
STBY
R5218
ASS704712MHz
VDD
VSS
VREF
RESET
STB
SCK
DATA
NC
8
9
IC3191
HA17558AF VA-7
GNDD
(USBL)
C8882
0.1
C8884
STBY
C8881
0.1
C8883
STBY
GNDM
SPDIF
R8881
220
20
19
18
STBY
L8881
17
0
15
16
R8882 0
14
R8883
OPTOUT
1
93
30
51
49
50
67
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
HPL
HPR
FAL
FAR
6
5
17
4
3
2
10k
CABLE HOLDER
(FOR LCD INSERTION)
R5906
R5930
470
D5920
C5922
0.1
STBY
D5922
R5923
2SC4081(QR)
Q5925
R5931
560
33
27
R5924
NC
NC
NC
70
37
26
27
28
36
85
19
18
7
2
R3191 C3191
(FL)
:FLch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(USBL)
(FAL)
U-COM
C 1/2
:USB LCH Audio SIGNAL ROUTE
:FA LCH AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
F
C 2/2 D
27
XV-HA5
5
E
GNDD
68
R3193
1
2.2/50
R5905
CH
21
VDVD+12
VPR+8
VPR+8
VPR+8M
VPR+8M
GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
DOUT
GNDD
GNDD
DVDPOWER
XDVDRST
XREADY
SCLK2
SDATA2
MDATA2
ACK
GNDD
GNDD
VDET
B CN901
C8885
1000/10
22
52044-2945
HLEM295-1
24
USBL
10k
R3194
27k C3194
3300p
GNDHP
GNDA
2.2/50
1k
D
VKN125625
23
CN5911
0
R5981
0
CN5951
21
20
HPDET
19
USBR
18
18
GNDA
17
17
USBL
16 XSUSPEND 16
15
15
KEY2
14
14
KEY1
13
13
REMOCON
12
12
GNDU
11
11
GNDD
10
10
VESW+5
9
9
VE+5
8 LCDDATA 8
7
7
LCDCS
6
6
LCDCLK
5
5
XLCDRST
4
4
VP+12
3
3
TMRLED
2
2
GLED
1
1
DIMMER
21
20
HPL
GNDA
22
24
23
19
23
22
24
25
26
26
25
27
28
3
HPL
GNDA
FADET
HPR
GNDHP
28
27
29
FAR
GNDA
FAL
29
USBL
4
2
+
R3197
10k 8
1
(1/2)
-
USBR
CH
1k
GLED
VA+12 (DVD)
+8.4V
GLED
C3193 27k
3300p
R3195 R3196
C3195
330p
R5982
USBL
GNDA
C3192
D5923
NSPW500-4A05
NSPW510BS-2224
C
CN5952
FAL
R3192
0
0
R5904
R5925 5.6k
0.1 R5922
STBY
D5921
R5921
C5921
Q5921
2SC4081(QR)
D5925
DAN2171SS355
D5927
RT1N241M
Q5924
VP+8
(FAL)
HA17558AF
IC3191 4
+ 5
7 (2/2)
- 6
8
R3198
10k
C3196
330p CH
0
0
CH
10k
R5926 5.6k
STBY
R5928
10k
R5927
Q5923
RT1N431M
STBY
D5920:
D5921-D5923:
(FL)
VA+7
B
C5907
22p
D5907
STBY
C5908
22p
D5908
STBY
C5909
22p
D5909
STBY
C5910
0.1
D5910
STBY
CH
0.1
R5902
1k
C5903
47/6.3
15k
R5903
AL
R5901
1.5k
D5924
SLI-343YCW
(RST)-TS
R5971
+15.3V
(USBL)
W623
7
UDZS6.8B
C5905
STBY
D5901
X5941 GP1UM28XK
3 VOUT
2 VCC
1 GND
R5961 10k
R5951 10k
7
6
5
6
Q5922
2SA1576A(QR)
4
3
2
5
GNDU
Q5971
RT1N241M
1
FAR
4
R5929
S5957
0.1
C5902
C5901
VP+12
W622
W624 STBY
W625 STBY
3
220
220
220
220
R5907
R5908
R5909
R5910
12
11
10
STBY
2
+4.8V
VSG1009
3.3k
VSG1009
S5964
S5963
VSG1009
1.5k
470
R5943
VSG1009
S5956
1.2k
R5941
47
VSG1009
S5955
1k
VSG1009
VOLR5964
STBY
(USBL)
VSG1009
S5954
VOL+
R5963
R5942
+4.8V
2.7k
R5962
10/50
AL
RMC
1.8k
NC
STBY
C5217
X5201
1M
R5202
C5961
STBY
R5213
51048-0900
STBY
VSG1009
STBY
S5951
Q5203(2/2) STBY
C5951
0
R5216
0
Q5203(1/2)
STBY R5217
STBY
R5212
CN5921
52044-1345
VESW+5
1.5k
1
WITH COG DRIVER
R5911
1.2k
nega:XAV3030-
GNDA
L5201
8
HPL
GNDHP
HPR
FADET
GNDA
FAL
GNDA
Q5201
STBY
C5213
V5901 posi:XAV3029-
LCD
VE+5
9
D+
DGNDC
HPDET
22p CH
C5210
S5956 : DVD/CD 0
S5957 : 7 (STOP)
S5961 : 4
S5962 : ¢
S5963 : UP +
S5964 : – DOWN VOLUME
STBY
+1.7V
1k
GNDA
13
E
CN5421
STBY STBY
VBUS
C5201
C5202
STBY
Q5202
R5219
POWER KARAOKE DVD/CD INPUT FM/AM/LINE DVD/CD
STOP
R5952
R5953
R5954
R5955
R5956
R5957
R5215 R5214
VSG1009
C5216
10/50
TS
C5215
10/50
TS
USBL
+1.7V
CH
18p
A
Switches
DISP ASSY
S5951 : STANDBY/ON
S5952 : KARAOKE
S5953 : DVD/CD 6
S5954 : INPUT
S5955 : FM/AM/INPUT
USBL
100
100
R5204
R5205
0.1
+3.4V
IC5201 PCM2900E
USBR
VESW+5
S5962
STBY
GNDC
220
0.1
0.1
C5942
0.1
C5208
8
ASSY
D DISP
( XWZ4034 )
VSG1009
C5205
S5952
GNDC
S5953
C5204
0.1
J1
DE015WE0
28 R5211
27 C5207
26
25
24
23 C5206
22
21
20
R5203
19
2.2k
18
0.1
17
16
0.1
15
VSG1009
C5214
0.1
D+
XSUSPEND
1
DVddi
2 DGND
VBus
DOUT
DGNDUSB
DIN
HID0
HID1
Vccxi
HID2
AGNDX
SEL0
XT1
SEL1
XTO
Vcci
Vccp2i
AGNDC
AGNDP
VinL
Vccp1i
VinR
VoutL
Vcom
VoutR
STBY
S5961
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
C5941
22
22
R5209
R5210
+5.1V
7
+3.3V
USB RECEIVER
1.5k
R5206
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.7 HP 2 ASSY
HP2 ASSY
(XWZ4035)
VA+12V
5
4
2
C9421
C9423
3
7
8
:1SS355
1
IC9402(1/2)
HA17558AF-
VR9401
XCS3007-
+5.1V
1 VBUS
:1SS133
R9955
STBY
L9953
STBY
R9957
STBY
L9952
STBY
R9956
STBY
R9951
0.022
STBY
0.022
1
JA9902
AKN7005-
68
L9951
C9951
C9955
0.01
C9953
(FL)
0.1
3
7
8
1000p
C9954
5
4
2
STBY
HP
R9958
C9952
47/16
TS
C9948
C
GNDD
0.1
C9947
JA9903
XKN3016
STBY
C9946
0
4
UDZ6.8B
D9903
0
R9959
D9901
R9960
3 D+
UDZ6.8B
D9902
2 D-
68
R9953
(FL)
68
R9954
68
R9952
68
KN9901
VNF1084GNDC
JA9901
AKN7005-
68
L9941
R9945
STBY
STBY
L9943
STBY
R9947
STBY
L9942
R9946
STBY
STBY
R9943
220p
R9948
220p
1
C9945
0.01
D
(FAL)
C9944
0.1
3
7
8
C9943
1000p
5
4
2
C9942 C9941
FRONT AUDIO
STBY
STBY
E
F
E
28
XV-HA5
1
2
3
(FAL)
GNDA
R9944
4
47k
R9418
4
C9420
TS
47/16
C9436
0.1
C9419
100p
CH
8
3 +
AL
C9422
STBY
2 -
10k
STBY
R9421 C9424
0.1
0.01
C9425
R9422
100pF
CH
100pF
CH
C9427
3.3k
C9429
ALL DIODE
C9430
1
STBY
C9428
3
7
8
JA9402
AKN7005-
21.5dB
2.2/50
R9425
0.1
3.3k
2.2/50
5
4
2
MIC (SUB)
R9429
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CH : CCSRCH
(OTHER : CKSRYB)
AL : CEAL
(OTHER : CEAT)
TS : CE *-TS
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
RS1/16S***J
2.2/50
AL
STBY
C9412
R9423
1000p CH
R9420 39k
AL TS
C9426
1
NOTES
STBY
JA9401
AKN7005-
B
RT1P431MQ9401
C9413
MIC (MAIN)
STBY
R9426
MIC AMP
R9419 STBY
E
A
5
6
7
CN5105
MIC SW
MIC
VA+12
KARAOKE ASSY
GNDA
K
8
4
3
2
1
A
J9911
D20PYY0435E
51048-0400
R9412
R9415
2.2k
C9415 STBY
IC9402(2/2)
HA17558AF5
+
4
-
8
16.2dB
R9413
7
6
STBY
MIC
STBY
R9414
R9416
3.3k
12k
C9414
B
TS
C9416
2.2/50
GNDA
(FL)
(FAL)
:FLch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
CN9421
:FA LCH AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
52045-1345
V BUS
13
12
11
10
9
8
(FL)
7
6
(FL)
5
4
3
(FAL)
2
1
D+
DGNDC
HPDET
HPL
GNDHP
HPR
FADET
GNDA
FA L
GNDA
FA R
D CN5921
R9417
3.3k
1200p
C
(FAL)
D
E
F
E
29
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.8 REGULATOR and POWER ASSYS
UVP+8
A
REGULATOR ASSY
(XWZ4039)
F
+16.5V
R42
STBY
W102
STBY
R46
S
D
W106
STBY
W105
STBY
Q81
IRF9530
W103
STBY
W107
100
R83
100k
D81
R81
UDZS18B
G
W101
B
STBY
STBY
R48
0
R52
STBY
R44
VPRE+5
STBY
R45
0
STBY
R47
SHORT DETECT(FAN+B,VP+8V,VP+15V)
R3669
R75
10k
100
470k
C71
D75
4.7k
D72
1 YF
D73
R76
R3654
4.7k
2
VP+8
3
SENSE5
4
GNDVP+8
5
VP+15
6
H/L CONT
7
REF5V
8
XPROTECT
9
FAN GND
10 +B
D77
R3655
22
UVP+8
STBY
680
R3680
680
R3679
220 D3657
C3651
R3668
1/50
10k
47K
R3667
Q3653
2SC2412K(RS)
FAN LOCK, SHORT, OPEN DETECT
GNDFAN
30
1
R3656
R3652
STBY
R3653
2SC2412K(RS)
Q3652
390 390
STBY
C3655
390
390
390
R3681
R3657
R3663
R3664
22k
R3678
R3662
10K
22k
100/10
R3660
10
C3652
33
33
R3670
33
R3665
33
R3659
R3666
Q3655
DTC114TK
D3665 R3677
R3651
33k
F
R73
47k
D71
47/25
Q3651
2SB1237X
C3656
47/35
R3661 D3664
F
6.8k
(1%)
2SC2412K(RS)
Q3654
47k
D3658
STBY
R3658
2-
D3651
STBY
D3655
D3656
+11.6V
C3654
+
D3652
1SR154-400
22/50
C3653
0.022
KM200SA2L
CN3651
FAN MOTOR
STBY
E
KM250NA10L
CN22
GNDPRE5
D3653
CN3303
H
D3654
1
STBY
Q54
2SC1740S(RS)
+B
1.8k
(1%)
R51
470 (1%)
R61
10/50
C54
STBY
D
C55
C51 1/50
470
+4.9V
STBY
R56
C52
C53
C56
NJM78L05A
IC51
R55 (1%)
R57
STBY
R54
STBY
0
4.7k
R77
C
Q71
2SA1037K(RS)
R71
+8.4V
R72
STBY
D74
Q53
STBY
R74
STBY
R49
4.7k
R78
STBY
R82
STBY
R43
R84
STBY
STBY
R58
R59
R41
Q51
STBY
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NOTES
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CH : CCSRCH
YF : CKSRYF
(OTHER : CKSRYB)
R IN
GNDA
VP
R+ OUT
GNDP
R- OUT
L- OUT
GNDP
L+ OUT
VP
MODE
L IN
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
13
+15.8V
100/25
C3310
STBY
STBY
C3308
R3309
R3312
10k
CN3302
R3313
Q3305
RT1N241M
0.01
C3311
10
R3310
0.01
C3309
0.1
0.1
10
+4.2V
R3319
STBY
E
R3317
1k
R3301 0
R3303
C3305
STBY
R3308
STBY
W126
STBY
STBY
Q3303
STBY
Q3301
STBY
R3304 STBY
STBY
GNDA
C3301
R3320
STBY
2200p
0.47/50
R3307
2200p
KM250NA15L
0.1
C3352
1
0.1
10
C3354
R3352
LIN
10k
C3303
2
D
Q3304
2SC2412K(RS)
C3304
GNDA
0.1
C3356
RIN
3
0.1
10
C3358
R3354
GNDA
4
0.1
C3355
5
0.1
10
C3357
R3353
STBY
C3351
6
D3304
UDZ4R7B
MUTE
STBY
2.2k
(1%)
7
R68
REF5V
C3360
Q63
2SC2412K(RS)
STBY
8
C3307 47
22/50
SENSE
(VP+15V)
R3311
R3314
9
47k
VP+15V
C64
STBY
220
H
CN23
R65
GNDVP+15 10
STBY
C3353
11
R3351
H/L CONT
C3362
STBY
12
STBY
STBY
GNDP
+26.8V
R3305
13
C3361
R3306
GNDP
GNDP
STBY
C62
STBY
14
C
C3359
C3306
10/50
+B
+15.8V
C61
47/25
15
Q62 IRF9540A
C63
STBY
+B
+B
STBY
R67
6.8k (1%)
1
C65 STBY
R+OUT
D
2
100
R66
R-OUT
S
3
G
GNDP
R92
4
R93
0
L-OUT
100k
5
12
R3675
47k
L+OUT
R91
CN24
KM250NA5L
B
+2.1V
1k
CN3301
POWER AMP
IC3301
TDA8560Q
1k
VP
1k
R3673
R3674
R3676
1SS355
1k
D3660 R3672
4.7k
NO MARK DIODE
H
D3659 R3671
11
2SA1037K(RS)
Q3656
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
:1/16W
DIAGNOSTIC OUT
G
D91 UDZ18B
CEAT***M##-TS
A
POWER ASSY
(XWZ4040)
Q3302
C3302
0.47/50
R3318
R3302
0
F
1k
:AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
G
31
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.9 SECONDARY and PRIMARY ASSYS
A
H
B
SECONDARY ASSY
(XWZ4042)
B1
VEF1040-A
PCB Binder
KN2
VNF1084-
CN22
KP250NA10
R95
4.7k
E
R99
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
39k(F)
STBY
5
GNDA
4
RIN
3
GNDA
2
LIN
1
G CN3301
C (1/2)CN42
C (1/2)CN43
NOTES
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CH :CCSRCH (OTHER :CKSRYB)
:CQMA
AL :CEAL
M
:CEAT
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
1/16W(CHIP)
ALL INDUCTORS ARE IN µH
LCYA
F
H
32
XV-HA5
1
9
GNDU
8
GNDM
7
GNDD
6
VP+8
5
RIN
4
LIN
3
GNDA
L+
2
MUTE
1
XPROTECT
6
5
VP+15
7
MUTE
4
R-
REF5V
3
R+
8
2
L-
9
1
GNDP
VP+15V
SENSE
(VP+15V)
GNDP
L-
10
L+
11
GNDVP+15
GNDP
12
CN24
GNDP
H/LCONT
+7.8V
R-
13
KP250NA5
14
GNDP
R+
G CN3302
D
15
+B
GNDM
CN23
KP250NA15
+B
R96
10k
1
R94
47
1SS355-
R60
GNDD
2
D56
68k(F)
AC
VP+8
UVP+8
Q92
2SC4081
SYSPOW
3
GLED
4
SENSE
(VP+8)
UN+56
GNDVP+8
VP+8
5
VA-12
6
VP+15
D20PYY1225E
51048-1200
7
H/LCONT
J22
8
REF5V
XPROTECT
CHASSIS_GND
D20PYY1125E
51048-1100
9
VA-12
J21
FANGND
CN3303
10
F
C
+B(FAN)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
+
4
GNDU
GNDU 4
3
AC
2
SYSPOW
+16.5V
1
AC 3
R18
UN+56
HELP 1
HELP
C11
1000/25
2
W211
W218
W222
W223
H1 H2
1
*T1
S2
STBY
3 2 1
NEUTRAL
ACE7013C1 0.01
AN1
C
XKP3084-
2
1
* L1
W203
*FU1
LIVE
W204
SPECIFICATIONS TABLE
Q12
2SD1664(PQR)-
GNDM GNDD
W208
W214
D11
W202
3
D14 +12.4V
1SR154-400-
R85
56(1W)
W201
4
5
6
7
8
D12
9
S1WB(A)60SD-
B
KN1
VNE1948-
RY1
XSR3011W213
1k
SYSPOW 2
C3
0.01
ACG7033-
STBY
UN+56 5
W220
W221
C2
UN+56
5
D13
CN26
J11
10
52147-0510
1SS355-
STBY
51048-0500
D20PYY0520E
UDZS16B-
R98
1k
R13
C25
*
C21
DAN202K- R97
1k
D51
D55
1SS355-
C41
6800/25
D5SBA20(B)
D41
C57
1/50 AL
4700/35
R53
15k
C22
4700/35
+20.9V
+
Q91
2SA1576A(QR)
DAN217D15
12
Q11
2SD1859X(QR)-
W224
W225
W212
1
D31
S1WB(A)60SDD5SBA20(B)
D21
+26.8V
W219
2
STBY
MAIN
3
R11
MAIN
6
115
(XWZ4041: WL,NT)
(XWZ4044: LF)
I
12
5
4
R12
SUB1
0
C12
SUB1
4
5
W206
SUB2
3
PRIMARY ASSY
CN3
B5P9-VH
0
470
R19
C32
C31 0.047
C33
2
115
-
47/16
STBY
+
1000/25
+21V
IC31
-
IC32
SUB2
+
W1
TA79012S
OUT
IN
3
1
2
* T2
-
C45
*
H7
AKR7001
H8
AKR7001
-
B6P-VH
CN211
*FU2
H1-H2:AKR7001H3-H6:STBY
WL/NT230V
LF 110V
* FU1
800mA/250V
(REK1021)/J
1.6A/250V
(REK1024)/J
* FU2
5A/250V
(REK1029)/J
5A/250V
(REK1029)/J
ATT7080-
* T1
* T2
* L1
* C25
* C45
ATT7080ATS3098
XTF30030.033/250V
0.033/250V
XTS3098
XTF3003-
D
E
:AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(DVDL)
:DVD Lch AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
F
H I
33
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.10 KARAOKE ASSY
R8317
14
16
VOCAL B
VOCAL C
GNDU
GNDU
18
19
20
IC8301
VOCAL FADER
47k
10k
0.01
10k
C8217
R8201
R8217
15k
C8313
C8206
8200p
0.01
21
C 1/2 CN3101
(MIC)
DVDR
6.8k
JA8502
AKB7146-
R8507
21
C8501
19
R8501
R8502
1000/6.3
18
17
R8504
C8504
STBY
C8503
STBY
20
D
150(F)1/10W
150(F)1/10W
0
R8505
0
150(F)1/10W
150(F)1/10W
R8509
R8511
14
13
C8502
11
1000/6.3
12
STBY
5
15
C8505
STBY
16
1
DVD MODULE
23
22
3
Y
GNDD
CY/G
GNDD
SY
25
24
4
C
GNDD
G
GNDD
Cr/R
GNDD
Cb/B
27
26
2
GNDD
B
R8506
R8503 75(F)
0
10
NoAssign1
9
GNDD
V
8
7
GNDD
SC
ASPECT
6
5
GNDC
4
VSEL1
VSEL2
SQUEEZE
3
2
1
P/XI
B 1/2 CN902
680p
2.2k
R8531
680p
GNDD
R
E
DVDL
6.8k
C8532 C8531
FR
GNDA
FL
GNDA
D
R8534 R8533
R8532
2.2k
C
CN8502
VKN1258-
NOTES
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN µF
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CH :CCSRCH (OTHER :CKSRYB)
AL :CEAL
:CEAT
F
ALL RESISTORS ARE IN Ω
1/16W(CHIP)
ALL INDUCTORS ARE IN µH
K
LCYA
34
XV-HA5
1
2
3
6.8k
10k
47k
47k
15k
R8207
4700p
MIC IN
470p CH
C8218
5.6k
0.01
R8205
10k
R8203
R8202
C8203
GND
BA3838F
GNDA (VOC)
R8303
R8302
R8301
ECHOVOL
17
C8310
LOUT
0.01
R8204 C8205
STBY
C8307
47/16
C8308
2.2/50
15
SW2
R8208
10k
C8216
ROUT
4.7k
R8206
13
10/50
0.1
0.1
0.1
C83092.2/50
2.2/50
R8209
10k
C8303
C8302
C8301
SW1
REF
R8308
C8311
11
12
LIN
0.01
0.047
C8304
0.22
C8204
47/16
C8202
10
22k
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4.7/50
C8201
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
C8312
7
ECHOVOL
VOCAL A
680
C8316
R8306
RIN
Vcc
5
6
VA+12
0.047
C8306
4
STBY
2.2/50
C8315
680
C8305
ROUT
3
DVDL
GNDA
FRIN
GNDA
FLIN
VA+12
KEYCONSTB
KEYCONCLK
KEYCONDATA
R8305
2
R8311
B
2.7k
LOUT
1
2.7k
R8304
FRIN
XKP3081-
LOUT
GNDA
ROUT
GNDA
DVDR
GNDA
10/50
R8307
FLIN
CN8301
22k
C8317
A
4
5
6
7
8
VA+12
Q8201
2SD1858X(QR)
ADINT OUT
DAINT IN
CLKO
KEYUP
KEYDOWN
DAINT OUT
DACCONT2
MODE1
DACCONT1
MODE2
ADCONT
L8401
STBY
100/16
C8404
0.01
C8403
100p
C8402
4700p
R8403
10k
0.068
0.068
0.068
AL 22/16
C8209
C8208
C8207
3300p
C8210
ADINT OUT 12
DALPF IN
ADLPF OUT 11
ADLPF IN 10
DALPF OUT
MIX IN 9
MIX OUT
R8404
8.2k
R8405
20k
B
C8405
0.012
R8406
20k
Q8402
2SJ103(GR)
C8431
ADINT IN
ADINT IN 13
DAINT OUT
C8433
0.22/50
R8432
R8431
22k
R8434
M65847AFP-
2.2/50
SCK
SDATA
15k
DAINT IN
(MIC)
LPF1IN
R8407
39k
Vcc 14
2.2/50
LPF1OUT
KEY4
STROBE
C8212
R8214
C8211
R8213
R8212
(MIC)
C8432
HPFIN
47/16
AL
100pCH
1k
STBY
1k
1k
STBY
C8409
HPFOUT
KEY5
C8213
C8408
REF
KEY CON
GND
LPF2OUT
0.047
BIAS
C8406
1000p
VA+12
1M
C
4
3
2
1
CN5105
HP2 ASSY
E
VA+12
MIC
GNDA
52147-0410
MIC SW
R8211
6.8k
C8220
1200p
4.7k
R8210
C8219
MIX IN
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R8402
CR 16
MUTE 15
D
Vcc
BU9255FS
GND
ECHO VR
S
C8214
0.22
C8222 47/16
AL
C8223
MIX OUT
LPF2IN
1
C8434
STBY 2
3
C8410
R8409 C84110.01
4
5
10k
0.47
C8407
R8408
6
4.7k
7
0.01
8
G
C8215
0.22
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
0.1
C8401
10
UDZS5R6B
STBY
D8201 R8215
2.2k
R8220
10/50
2.2k
R8218
R8216
C8221
MIC ECHO
IC8401
IC8201
A
KARAOKE ASSY
(XWZ4043)
K
STBY
1M
L8201
J9911
D
E
F
K
35
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
3.11 WAVEFORMS
Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
A
B DVDM ASSY
Measurement condition ;
No. 1 to 10 : reference A1 (DVD), T2-chp 19, Color-bar
No. 11 to 14 : reference A1 (DVD), T1
1
IC201-pin47 [FG]
V: 1V/div. H: 2msec/div.
GND
B
2
IC201-pin 39 [TROPENPWM]
V: 1V/div. H: 5µsec/div.
[Tray stops]
[Tray is opening]
[Tray is closing]
GND
GND
GND
C
3
IC201-pin37 [DMSO]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
[TRAY OPEN]
V: 1V/div. H: 2sec/div.
[DVD PLAY]
[DMSO]
GND
GND
PLAY
D
GND
Tray :
opening
Pless OPEN key
Pless PLAY key
Braking a turn of disc
4
CN102-pin 11, 10, 9 (IC101-pin 14, 13, 12)
[SPINDLE (WVU)]
V: 2V/div. H: 2msec/div.
11
IC201-pin225 [ASPDIF AUDIO DIGITAL SIGNAL]
V: 2V/div. H: 500nsec/div.
GND
GND
E
8
IC401-pin23 [CompositeVideo Out]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
9
IC401-pin21 [S VIDEO OUT - Y]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
10
IC401-pin26 [S VIDEO OUT - C]
V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
9
9
GND
GND
10
F
10
GND
36
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
C
A
IF ASSY
SYSTEM Microcomputer(IC)<–>Each part communication waveform
1
IC5501-pin 25 [SCLK0]
V: 2V/div. H: 20us/div.
[MD]
2
IC5501-pin 23 [SDATA0]
V: 2V/div. H: 20us/div.
1
IC5501-pin 25 [SCLK0]
V: 2V/div. H: 20us/div.
[MD]
3
IC5501-pin 23 [MDATA0]
V: 2V/div. H: 20us/div.
1
1
GND
GND
2
4
IC5501-pin 28 [LCDCLK]
V: 2V/div. H: 5us/div.
[ANY FUNCTION]
5
IC5501-pin 26 [LCDDATA]
V: 2V/div. H: 5us/div.
B
3
GND
GND
6
IC5501-pin 46 [VOLCLK]
V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div.
[VOL UP/DOWN]
7
IC5501-pin 45 [VOLDATA]
V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div.
4
8
IC5501-pin 48 [SELCLK]
IC5501-pin 47 [SELDATA]
V: 2V/div. H: 50us/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 50us/div.
[FUNCTION CHANGE]
9
6
GND
8
GND
5
GND
7
GND
C
9
GND
GND
51 [SCLK2]
49 [SDATA2]
51 [SCLK2]
50 [MDATA2]
10 IC5501-pin
11 IC5501-pin
10 IC5501-pin
12 IC5501-pin
V: 2V/div. H: 10us/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 10us/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 10us/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 10us/div.
[DVD]
[DVD]
10
10
GND
GND
11
12
GND
GND
D
61 [TXCLK]
IC5501-pin 62 [TXODATA]
IC5501-pin 61 [TXCLK]
IC5501-pin 66 [TXIDATA]
13 IC5501-pin
V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div. 14 V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div. 13 V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div. 15 V: 2V/div. H: 100us/div.
[TUNER]
[TUNER]
13
13
GND
GND
14
15
GND
D
DISP ASSY
E
GND
1
IC5201-pin 1 [D+]
IC5201-pin 2 [D-]
V: 2V/div. H: 500us/div.
V: 2V/div. H: 500us/div.
[USB (At connecting PC)]
2
USB Interface data waveform
1
GND
2
F
GND
37
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
A
B
C
D
E
F
38
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic
diagrams.
2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic
diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB
Diagrams
Symbol In Schematic
Diagrams
B C E B C E
Part Name
3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for
several destinations.
For further information for respective destinations, be sure to
check with the schematic diagram.
4. View point of PCB diagrams.
Connector
A
Capacitor
Transistor
B C E
B
C
E B
C
SIDE A
E
Transistor
with resistor
B C E
D
G S D
G S
B
Field effect
transistor
D G S
P.C.Board
SIDE B
Chip Part
Resistor array
3-terminal
regulator
C
4.1 LOAB ASSY
D
SIDE A
SIDE B
A LOAB ASSY
A LOAB ASSY
VNP1836-C
LOAB
5
1
C102
C101
5
(VNP1836-C)
(VNP1836-C)
LOAD+
LOAD-
SW2
1
CN601
5
VWG
V+3D
(V+5D)
5
VWG2279VWG2346-
GND
1
CN602
1 2
E
PNE-1B1
S101
5
CN602
1
CN601
CN602
CN601
CN601
CN602
B CN104
M
LOADING MOTOR
ASSY
F
A
A
39
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
4.2 DVDM ASSY
SIDE A
SIDE A
To STEPPING MOTOR
A
B DVDM ASSY
To SPINDLE MOTOR
CN901
IC561
Q701
CN103
CN102
CN101
IC751
Q564
To PICKUP ASSY
IC761
Q305
Q562
B
C CN5952
Q702 Q304
IC101
IC731
Q565
Q561
C
Q881
Q308
Q533 Q534
Q731 Q801
Q307
IC531
Q535
Q532 Q531
IC711
D
K CN8502
Q506
Q503 Q504
IC591
IC501
CN902
IC204
Q502 Q501
Q401 Q505
IC201
E
Q851
Q821
Q481
CN104
(ANP7527-A)
A CN601
F
B
B
40
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
B
SIDE B
A
DVDM ASSY
B
Q732
C
Q201
D
IC203
IC451
IC202
E
IC401
(ANP7527-A)
F
B
B
41
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
W103
W104
D
E
CN3352
F
42
1
2
C3284
1
IC8881
ICT
BOND
BOND
IF ASSY
3
11
CN42
C3281
BOND
BOND
W105
BOND
C3283
FC
PRODUCTION CODE
C3282
LF
R
C
XV-HA5
4
1
B2
MD(L)
W233
IN
W145
CAUTION
W232
OPEN
SIDE
REPLACE IC LINKS AS
MARKED.MFD BY
C504
LITTELFUSE INC
W295
W146
W148
EVOLCLK
W149
EVOLDATA
W147
W134
TX(L)
W261
AUXI(R)
W262
AUXI(L)
TX(R) W231
1
CN43
W107
49102.5
CN42
CN43
H J21
H J22
W269
W268
W267
W258
OPTIN
SPDIF
C5711
W260
C5712
GNDD
VP+8
GNDM
W266
W265
W264
W263
CONTACT
SIDE
GNDU
AC
SYSPOW
W230
MD(R)
W133
W132
W183
DVD(L)
VUN+56
W225
W229
21
W182
DVD(R)
W181
W180
CN5701
W131
XPROTECT
W179
CN3101
W130
W129
XSYSMUTE
W177
W127
IC3911
C3912
W226
W128
C3911
W173
W227
HPMUTE
W174
HP(R)
W228
W126
W259
VA+12
GNDA
W257
1
W125
W208
C3258
W223
B
C3257
OUT
C3904
W178
C302
HP(L)
JA4601
W224
OPEN
SIDE
W124
C3908
W256
W123
IC3301
C3913
W206
W293
W207
VTX+9
B1
W204
CN3101
IC8881
W121
C3907
C3914
JA3001
W122
C3903
JA4602
PRINTED
SIDE
TA7812S
W203
C4621
W106
C
C3311
OPT-O
W142
W294
C3310
IC301
IC301
C3309
W141
W140
W139
W172
OPT-I
C3312
AUXO(R)
AUXO(L)
AUXI(R)
W138
3
11.OPTOUT
10.OPTIN
9.OPTIN
8.GNDD
7.GNDD
6.GNDH
5.GNDM
4.GNDM
3.VP+8
2.VP+8
1.VA-12
W101
C
IF ASSY
1.CE
2.DI
3.CLK
4.DO
5.GND
6.TXL
7.+9V
8.TXR
9.VSM
10.RDS
11.GND
W102
SIDE A
11
A
2
1
1
4
4.3 IF ASSY
K CN8301 M TUNER MODULE
CN5701
CN3102
11
W209
W213
W212
W211
W210
C4603
W176
IC3271
W175
W185
IC3201
W184
12
5
6
7
8
SIDE A
ULE
W253
W245
W252
W251
W250
W244
IC3001
W236
B2
W235
W234
11.OPTOUT
10.OPTIN
9.OPTIN
8.GNDD
7.GNDD
6.GNDH
5.GNDM
4.GNDM
3.VP+8
2.VP+8
1.VA-12
W243
W249
W242
W248
W241
W247
W240
W291
W219
W217
W216
W213
W218
W220
W215
W209
29
W214
IC
55
01
W212
W210
C3254
C3026
C3025
C3022
C3021
W187
R3232
W199
C
W201
W170
W171
W197
W169
W196
W168
(XNP3094-B)
W136
W137
W160
W159
W111
XDVDRST
W158
C5801
W166
W162
W153
W167
C3930
W163
W155
W154
W164
W156
C5805
STEST
W157
UTEST
VA+12
W151
W152
VA-12
C5804
W200
W195
W165
C3241
C5809
W202
VE+5
W189
W135
CAUTION
REPLACE IC LINKS AS
MARKED.MFD BY
C504
LITTELFUSE INC.
W295
W148
EVOLCLK
W149
EVOLDATA
GNDU
R3233
W190
W184
X5501
W192
W191
IC3201
SYSCS1
VDET
SDATA2
DVDACK
MDATA2
H:6
W118
DVDON/OFF
W117
W116
W115
W114
W113
C8885
XCLK2
49102.5
W112
W108
GNDM
W109
GNDH
W110
GLED
12
IC8881
W133
W292
W186
C3242
W134
X5502
W193
W161
W185
W221
W194
GNDU
W188
W198
W211
C3253
B
CONTACT
SIDE
3
W289
W287
W239
IC3191
1.DIMMER
2.GLED
3.TMRLED
4.VP+12
5.XLCDRST
6.LCDCLK
7.LCDCS
8.LCDDATA
9.VE+5
10.VESW+5
11.GNDD
12.GNDU
13.REMOCON
14.KEY1
15.KEY2
16.SUSPEND
17.USBL
18.GNDA
19.USBR
HP(L) W255
20.HPDET
HP(R) W254
21.GNDA
GNDHP W222
22.HPL
23.GNDHP
24.HPR
25.FADET
26.GNDA
27.FAL
28.GNDA
29.FAR
W288
D CN5911
W238
7
CN5951
CN5951
W282
W277
W237
11
1
W284
W278
W286
W285
W276
USB(L)
W274
W275
USB(R)
W273
FA(L)
W272
GNDA
W271
FA(R)
W279
W283
SPDIF
W270
W268
W269
GNDD
W266
W265
W267
VP+8
GNDM
W263
W264
CN51
W280
CN3102
1
W290
CONTACT
SIDE
W281
7.NC
6.VSS
5.VCC
4.RST
3.WCLK
2.WD0
1.WEN/DI
OPEN
SIDE
C3191
C3192
1
T
OPTIN
A
CONTACT
SIDE
D
W120
1
CN5952
25
W119
CN43
CN5952
H J22
B CN901
E
F
C
43
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
L8881
3
R5807
C5808
Q5803
R5806
R5805
SDATA2
MDATA2
ACK
GNDD
5.GNDD
VDET
NC
NC
1.NC
10.SCLK2
XDVDRST
XREADY
VPR+8
VPR+8
VPR+8M
VPR+8M
20.GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
DOUT
15.GNDD
GNDD
DVDPOWER
25.VDVD+12
R8881
C8884
C8882
C8883
C8881
CN5952
E
F
C
XV-HA5
4
R3935
R3934
R3933
R3937
R3938
C3931
R3939
D3953
D3001
Q3951
C3932
R5804
CAUTION
IC511
R3929
R3010
R3927
R3936
2.VP+8
49102.5
AC
MARKED.MFD BY LITTELFUSE INC.
REPLACE IC LINKS AS
CN43
Q3903
R3931
R3923
R3930
R3928
R3926
R3922
R3920
R3918
R3912
R3249
R3255
R3251
C3201
R3257
R3259
C3040
C3039
C3019
C3202
R3253
R3209
R3261
R3210
C3018
R3040
R3039
C3017
R3256
R3252
R3250
R3262
R3258
R3254
R3029
R3030
R3194
C3194
R3196
R5567
R5599
20
R5568
R5566
R5561
R5579
R5590
IC3191
R5565
R5564
R5563
R5562
R5600
9.FRIN
10.GNDA
11.OPTOUT
10.OPTIN
9.OPTIN
8.GNDD
7.GNDD
6.GNDH
5.GNDM
4.GNDM
3.VP+8
2.VP+8
1.VA-12
R3011
R3012
R3192
R3198
C3196
R3260
C3252
10
R5598
C5598
R5698
R5693
R5832
Q5831
R5831
R3191
C3193
R3197
OPTIN
VP+8
GNDM
C5724
C5723
20.GNDU
19.SYSC2
18 SYSC1
SPDIF
GNDD
C5792
FA(R)
GNDA
FA(L)
USB(R)
C3195
R3195
R3193
USB(L)
R5576
AUX(R
AUXIL
TX(R)
TX(L)
R5624
7.NC
6.VSS
5.VCC
4.RST
3.WCLK
2.WD0
1.WEN/DI
CN51
R5625
21.GNDU
R8882
R5573 R5635
R5572
R5570
R5595
1
1.CE
2.DI
3.CLK
4.DO
5 GND
C5722
C5721
C IF ASSY
XPROTECT
R3932
R3924
IC3201
R3027
R3042
R5551
C5555
R5577
R5578
R5557
R5502
R5501
R5602
R5626
29
R3217
R3218
VUN+56
R3213 C3245
R3211 C3204
R3212 C3203
C3244
C3243
D3222
R3036
R3035
R3043
Q3041
R3046
Q3043
R3045 R3044
R3047 Q3042
50
R5512
C5514
R3028
C5540
31
R5510
C5502
C5509
R5508
R5507
R5509
R5601
R5615
C5507
1
7.SYSPOW
6.AC
5.UN+56
4.GLED
3.VA-12
EVOLCLK
C3209
C3208
C3207
C3206
D3221
R5534
R5529
R5530
R5532
R5535
R5591
R5542
R5544
R5596
R5575
R5549
R5550
R5543
R5597
R5574
R5808
R5528
C3211
C3210
R3215
R3214
EVOLDATA
C501
L5801
C5802
C5803
C503
C5523
R5523
R5617
R5515
C5517
CN5951
11 CN3102
SYSPOW
GNDU
R5802
C5806
Q5802
C5807
R5803
C5522
R5623
R5622
R5524
R5525
R5526
R5527
D5802
R5643
R5644
C5597
C5596
Q3953
R5537
R5536
R5801
Q5801
D5801
R5531
R5533
IC501
12.GNDU
11.GNDM
10.GNDM
9.GNDD
8.GNDD
GNDM
GNDH
GLED
XCLK2
MDATA2
DVDACK
SDATA2
VDET
SYSCS1
25
C5519
R5517
R5518
R5519
R5522
R3041
D511
CN5952
R3072
NP
Q3952
D3951
UTEST
STEST
Q3003
1
C5518
R5594
21
Q5804
17
C5510
IC3001
40
R5592
32
R5585
20
3
1
51
2
01
55
IC
30
44
1
D
R5593
80
CN5951
0
1
15.KEY3
(XNP3094-B)
C5589
81
R5933
10
C
22.HPL
23.GNDHP
24.HPR
25.FADET
26.GNDA
27.FAL
28.GNDA
29.FAR
5
R5932
Q5832
16
21.GNDA
R3293
8
GNDHP
1
4
HPR
7
1
HPL
1.DIMMER
2.GLED
3.TMRLED
4.VP+12
5.XLCDRST
6.LCDCLK
7.LCDCS
8.LCDDATA
9.VE+5
10.VESW+5
11.GNDD
12.GNDU
13.REMOCON
14.KEY1
15.KEY2
16.SUSPEND
17.USBL
18.GNDA
19.USBR
20.HPDET
1
A
R3071
B
2
1
1
4
SIDE B
CN
CN570
2
C3251
0 1 2 3
0
0
XWZ4030
XWZ4033
R
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
LF
XWZ4049
6
R3282
C3288
R3290
R3292
R3016
R3008
L3008
Q3001
NP
R3009
L3009
C3016
AUXIR
AUXOL
C3012
R3007
L3007
C3015
R3014
L3006
R3006
C3308
R3013
C3005
R3025
C3007
R3005
L3005
R3026
C3008
C3006
L3004
R3004
R3313
R3307
C301
R4616
R4603
C4605
R4604
R4605
R4624
C4615
C4614
C4612
Q4602
C3013
R3015
R3022
C3307
R3019
R3017
C3009
AUXOR
C3292
R3284
C3290
R3021
R3020
R3018
C3010
R3314
R3315
R3305
C3303
IN
C3286
C3287
R3289
IC3301
C3301
R3301
R3303
C3305
R3309
4
C3271
R3277
R3271
R4621
R4601
L4603
R4602
C4604
C4611
R3275
R3273
R3276
C3275
C3273
VTX+9
Q4621
R4623
R4622
C4608
C3278
R3264
Q3291
IC301
R3285
R3287
IF ASSY
R3308
C3302
R3302
R3304
C3306
R3310
C3915
R3913
R3915
R3263
R3291
R3281
C3285
R3225
R3306
4
C3916
R3916
R3914
Q3292
IC3271
R3259
R3257
R3258
R3254
10.GNDA
9.FRIN
8.GNDA
7.DVDL
6.GNDA
5.DVDR
4.GNDA
3.ROUT
2.GNDA
1.LOUT
8.GNDA
7.DVDL
6.GNDA
5.DVDR
4.GNDA
3.MDL
2.GNDA
1.MDR
9.FRIN
10.GNDA
R3260
C3252
3.VP+8
2.VP+8
1.VA-12
(GEN)
C3289
C3291
R3283
CN43
5
D3223
R3909
C3909
C3905
R3905
1
D3225
8
R3908
R3906
C3910
R3910
C3906
C3274
C3276
R3274
R3279
R3272
Q3293 R3278
C3272
R3255
R3251
R3256
R3252
R3049
11.RIN
10.GNDA
9.LIN
8.XPROTECT
7.MUTE
6.VP+15
5.L+
4.L3.GNDP
2.RR3316
1.R+
C3304
IC3911
Q3901
40
R3930
R3928
R3926
R3922
R3920
R3918
R3912
C3277
R3226
R3911
R3921
R3919
R3917
R3925
Q3903
R3931
R3923
R3253
C3201
R3051
Q3221
R3929
R3927
R3932
R3924
R3213 C3245
R3211 C3204
R3212 C3203
IC3201
R3209
DVDL
R3907
HP(L)
HP(R)
HPMUTE
XSYSMUTE
XPROTECT
VUN+56
AC
SYSPOW
EVOLCLK
20.GNDU
21.GNDU
C5724
C5723
C5792
1.CE
2.DI
3.CLK
4.DO
5.GND
6.TXL
7.+9V
8.TXR
9.VSM
10.RDS
11.GND
C5722
C5721
1.MDR GNDA
19.VOCALC
18.VOCALB
(JJ)
17.VOCALA
C5793
16.ECHOVOL
15.KCDATA
14.KCCLK
C5795
13.KCSTB
21.GNDU
C5794
12.VA+12
20.GNDU
C5791
11.FLIN
D5711
R5711
D5713
R3032
VA+12
R3031
19.SYSC2
18.SYSC1
17.XMDRST
16.SCLK0
15.MDATA0
14.SDATA0
13.SPDIFPOW
12.VA+12
11.FLIN
AUX(R
AUXIL
TX(R)
TX(L)
VP+8
1
EVOLDATA
(JJ)
D3224
R3234
2.VP+8
1.VP+8
7.SYSPOW
6.AC
5.UN+56
4.GLED
3.VA-12
GNDU
NP
NP
1
5
12.GNDU
11.GNDM
10.GNDM
9.GNDD
8.GNDD
DVDR
R3033
RIN
5
MDL
R3034
5
MDR
1
8
CN3101
4
21
1
CN5701
LOUT
D
CN43
8
C3251
1
R3217
R3218
11
1
C5713
1
CN5701
Q4601
5
6
7
R3048
OUT
7
8
SIDE B
A
CN3101
Q5711 R5712
Q5711
Q5831
IC3191
D4621
IC3201
ROUT
Q5832
IC3271
IC3301
IC3911
IC501
Q3001
B
R3050
IC3001
IC5501
Q4621
Q3291
Q3041
Q3042
Q3292 Q3043
Q3293
C
LIN
Q5802
Q3903
Q3901 Q3953
Q5801
Q3951
IC511
Q5952
Q3003
CN42
D
Q5803
Q3221
CN42
+
E
+
+
+
F
1
A
B
C
C
XV-HA5
8
45
1
2
3
4
4.4 DISP ASSY
SIDE A
SIDE A
A
D DISP ASSY
C CN5951
B
E CN9421
CN5911
CN5921
1
CN5921
VOL-
VOL+
1
29
W625
13
CN5911
15
CONTACT
UPPER SIDE
W624
J1
CONTACT
UPPER SIDE
S5964
S5963
X5201
W626
W616
W617
IC5201
W615
FM/AM/LINE
W604
W605
W628
W623
W603
1
V5901
W614
W602
W610
C
W622
C5905
W613
W612
W629
W630
W601
S5957
S5955
MD
9
S5962
W606
W608
W618
LF
W619
W620
S5954
C5216
DVD/CD
S5961
C5208
S5952
S5956
ON/OFF
X5941
D5924
D5923
D5922
D5921
C5942
E
DVD/CD
W609
MD
W621
S5953
R
W611
D
DISPLAY ASSY
C5215
D5920
S5951
(XNP3094-B)
F
D
D
46
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
SIDE B
A
D DISP ASSY
B
CN5921
HPL
15
A
R5951
G
D
R5963
1.DIMMER
GNDA
HPDET
1
R5964
R5982
USBR
GNDA
USBL
SUSPEND
15.KEY2
KEY1
REMCON
GNDU
GNDD
10.VESW+5
VE+5
LCDDATA
LCDCS
LCDCLK
5.XLCDRST
VP+12 R5981
TMRLED
GLED
FAR
GNDA
FAL
GNDA
25.FADET
HPR
GNDHP
9.HPDET
8.HPL
7.GNDHP
6.HPR
5.FADET
4.GNDA
3.FAL
2.GNDA
1.FAR
29
15.KEY3
14.GNDU
13.VBUS
12.D+
11.D10.GNDD
1
CN5921
CN5911
CN5911
R5211 R5961
C5214
1
28
C5207
C5206
R5202
1
R5206
R5209
C5903
R5902
R5903
C5910
D5910
D5901
R5907
C5907
D5907
C5201
R5955
C5202
15
R5203
R5962
C5210
C5213
R5901
R5218
Q5202
R5205
R5204
R5904
R5905
R5906
R5219
Q5201
R5954
C5217
R5213
R5216
R5217
NP
Q5203
R5214
R5215
C
IC5201
LF
C5961
R5957
R5909
C5909
D5909
B
R5212
R5908
C5908
D5908
XWZ4045
IC5201
9
14
C5204
C5205
R5910
DISPLAY ASSY
R5210
C5901
C5902
XWZ4031
XWZ4034
R5911
L5201
E
R5942
D
Q5924
Q5924
R5924
R5953
R
D5927
R5923
Q5921
D5925
Q5921
R5956
Q5923
Q5923
R5929
R5928
Q5971
Q5971
R5927
Q5922
Q5922
R5926
R5925
C5921
R5952
R5943
C5951
R5922
R5921
R5971
R5941
C
R5931
R5930
C5941
Q5925
E
Q5925
H
C5922
F
(XNP3094-B)
F
D
D
47
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
K CN5105
SIDE A
JA9901
F
HP2 ASSY
LF
(XNP3094-B)
REGULATOR ASSY
REGULATOR ASSY
R
PRINTED SIDE
IRF9530
Q51
S
E C B
D G
Q81
Q3651
Q81
W108
Q3651
1
W506
CN9421
R
W508
W507
MIC2
W509
FA
W512
HP
W505
CN9421
C9947
USB
KN9901
MIC1
IC9402
W502
W503
W504
C9416
W514
C9426
C9413
C9420
B
13.VBUS
12.D+
11.D10.GNDD
9.HPDET
8.HPL
7.HPGND
6.HPR
5.FADET
4.GNDA
3.FA(L)
2.GNDA
1.FA(R)
JA9903
C9421
D CN5921
JA9902
JA9402
W511
JA9401
VR9401
CONTACT
SIDE
W501
13
E HP2 ASSY
W510
J9911
1
A
C9422
J9911
4
4.5 HP2, REGULATOR and POWER ASSYS
W105
W101
W107
W102
W103
W116
PRE5V
W104
Q54
PRE5V
C52
W119
Q53
UPRE5V
SENS5V
C3654
W117
W118
10
BLACK
CN3303
1
RED CN3651
W120 GNDPRE5
VP+8V
UVP+8V
SENSE5
REF5V
W121
C51
IC51
GNDVP+8V
VP+15V
REF5V
H/L CONT
W122
C55
XPROTECT
+B
H/L CONT
C3651
+B
W110
GND FAN
FAN+
C3652
W125
W124
W109
FAN GND
+
-
OPEN
SIDE
1
IC51
1
Q54
W123 GND FAN C3656
FAN+
C
W106
OPEN
SIDE
D
CN3303
M
H CN22
G POWER ASSY
FAN MOTOR
PRINTED SIDE
POWER ASSY
1
RIN
W128
13
IC3301
IC3301
GNDP
W140
W129
R-OUT
RIN
VP
GNDA
GNDP
R+OUT
R-OUT
VP
GNDP
L-OUT
5
PRINTED SIDE
15
IRF9540A
E F G
(XNP3095-B)
CN3301
CN3302
H CN24
H CN23
48
GNDA
MUTE
OPEN
SIDE
MUTE
C3302
W134
SENSE12
REF5V
GNDPRE12 C3305
PRE12V
PRE12V
+B
GNDP
W135
+B
GDS
W126
VP
C61
C3310
GNDP
W132
VP
W133
GNDP
C3306
W136
R+OUT
GNDP
R-OUT
1
L-OUT
CN3301
Q62
CN3302
Q62
15
L+OUT
C3307
W131
OPEN
SIDE
L+OUT
MODE
DIAOUT
R+OUT
H/L CONT
W130
GNDA
W127
GNDP
W141
W112
W111
LIN
W114
C3301
W139
GNDP
GNDA
L-OUT
GNDA
RIN
L+OUT
W113
STBY
W115
W138
W137
E
1
LIN
R
F
(XNP3095-B)
CN3651
E FG
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
SIDE B
R9412
1
J9911
4
E HP2 ASSY
A
Q9401
R9426
C9954
R9415
CN9421
R9414
C9414
IC9402
8
5
C9429
C9430
R9429
R9954
R9952
R9944
R9421
R9413
C9423
R9420
C9424
C9425
R9951
C9951
L9953
R9957
4
R9943
R9947
L9943
R9422
L9952
R9956
R9955
R9953
1
5.FADET
4.GNDA
3.FA(L)
2.GNDA
1.FA(R)
R9958
L9951
L9942
R9946
C9942
C9952
D9902
1
7.HPGND
6.HPR
R9948
L9941
R9945
C9941
R9419
R9425
C9955
10.GNDD
9.HPDET
8.HPL
XWZ4035
R9417
C9419
C9436
C9953
LF
B
VA+12
C9945
D9901
HP2 ASSY
R9416
C9428
C9427 R9423
R9960
12.D+
11.D-
R9418
GNDA
CN9421
R
C9415
13
13.VBUS
C9946
C9948
C9944
C9943
C9412
D9903
R9959
(XNP3094-B)
REGULATOR ASSY
REGULATOR ASSY
LF
R48
R46
R44
R42
Q81(Q52)
G D S
R47
R45
R43
R41
Q51
F
C E
B
XWZ4039
R
R3655
R3652
R3679
R3680
D77
R3681
Q3652
FAN+
R3660
G FAN
D3658
G FAN
Q71
Q3655
R3659
I
G
O
C55
D81
C71
R3658
R3670
R3669
D3655
D3654
D3653
D3652
D3651
+B
FAN GND
5
C3653
VP+15V
H/LCONT
REF5V
GNDVP+8
XPROTECT
D
R3666
R3665
10
Q54
C3652
FAN+
C3656
R3654
Q3654
Q3655
R73 R72
C
Q3653
LF
D3656
R76
D71
D75
D73
R75
R77
SENSE5
VP+8V
1
+
-
R3664 R3663
R3657 R3651
+B
C3655
R3662
R3678
R3661 D3664
D3665
R3677
R78
UVP+8V
C3654
CN3651
R3668
Q71
REF5V
R74 D72
H/L CONT
R71
D74
GNDPRE5
R59
R54 UPRE5V
PRE5V
SENS5V
C54 C53
R51 C56 R57
R61 R56
R55
Q3654
R3653
C3651
IC51
C51
Q53
C52
R82
R52
PRE5V
R3667
R84
D3657
R58
R49
Q3653
R3656
R81
R83
Q3652
(XNP3095-B)
CN3303
Q3656
C3362
R3354
R3352
C3360
E
C3356
C3358
C3354
C3352
R3317
GNDP
C3361
R3353
R3351
C3359
R3672
R3671
D3659
R3673
R3676
R3309
C3304
C3311
R3318
C3308
GNDA
R3310
Q3303
POWER ASSY
XWZ4040
R3675
Q3656
13
C3303
C3355
C3357
C3353
C3351
1
R
D3660
R3674
RIN 1
GNDA
VP
R+OUT
GNDP 5
R-OUT
L-OUT
GNDP
L+OUT
VP 10
MODE
DIAOUT
LIN 13
G POWER ASSY
MUTE
C3306
C3310
C61
D91
C3305
R
C3302
C3307
VP
L
Q3304
C3301
L-OUT
R+OUT
R-OUT
Q63
R93
R91
R68
10
R67
Q3304
Q3305
R92
Q3305
Q63
C63
R3304
R3302
R3301
Q3302
R3312
C64
R3307
C65
R65
R3320
D3304
R3306
R3305
R3313
R3311
R3308
R3319
R3303
Q3301
L+OUT
R3314
C3309
R66
L+OUT
GNDP
L-OUT
R+OUT
+B
+B
GP
GP
H/L CONT
G12
P12
SENSE
12
MUTE
REF5V
STBY
GNDA
RIN
1
GNDA
GDS
5
13
15
LIN
1
CN3302
5
E F G
R-OUT
C62
CN3301
F
(XNP3095-B)
E FG
49
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
J22
CN23
C CN43
G CN3302
3
12
J 22
1
GNDA
LIN
XPROTECT
11
C
J21
LL+
RGNDP
MUTE
VP+15
R+
RIN
VP+8
GNDU
GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
SYSPOW
AC
UN+56
GLED
VA-12
VP+8
W16
BOND
C41
UVP+8
VP+15V
GNDA
W17
W26
GNDP
H/LCONT
VP+8V
W15
W14
W13
W12
W11 +B(FAN)
GNDVP+15
GNDVP+8
VP+15V
REF+5
SENSE
(VP+15)
MUTE
STBY
GNDA
RIN
REF5V
HELP
GLED
W10
LIN
VP+15
W8
W9
CN24
1
L+
L-
GNDP
R-
R+
+B
+B
GNDP
GNDP
H/LCONT
GNDVP+15
CN23
W7
W24 GNDU
CHASSIS GND
W6
R
FANGND
GNDVP+8
VP+15V
H/LCONT
REF+5V
XPROTECT
ICT
FC
PRODUCTION CODE
GNDU
C21
W34
W4
UVP+8V
SENSE
(VP+15)
VP+8V
+B(FAN)
BOND
W28
KN2
GNDVP+8
BOND
W27
10
BOND
+B
H8
PRINTED SIDE
C22
W35
OUT
IN
GND
B
C33
W37
C31
W36
TA79012S
D
1
C57
W31
A
CN21
W2 HELP
W22
W1
W32
C25
D21
GNDU
AC
GNDU
UN+56
SYSPOW
HELP
J 11
6
FU2
D41
W33
J11
5
SECONDARY ASSY
1
15
J 21
VP+8
W18
W21 STBY
VA-12
W19
2
W25
50
W20
1
W5
W38
D
1
CN22
1
CN21
XPROTECT
T2
IC31
W41
IC31
W42
C
W40
1
C45
H7
H SECONDARY
GNDU
E
2
W3
1
3
4
4.6 SECONDARY ASSY
A
SIDE A
SIDE A
ASSY
I CN26
B
F CN3303
5
CN22
(XNP3095-B)
CN24
C CN42 G CN3301
F
H
XV-HA5
H
4
D41
SUB1
D55
SUB2
R97
FU2
E
C
B
Q91
+B(FAN)
10
C21
C22
REF+5
SENSE
(VP+15)
VP+15V
CN23
GNDP
GNDP
+B
LIN
RIN
GNDA
GNDA
STBY
MUTE
152
C41
CHASSIS
GND
VA-12
VP+8
UN+56
GLED
GNDU
GNDM
GNDM
GNDD
GNDD
SYSPOW
AC
VP+8
MAIN
SUB2
RIN
R60
10
XPROTECT
MUTE
VP+15
R+
RGNDP
LL+
J21
SECONDARY ASSY
R
XWZ4037
XWZ4042
LL+
GNDP
R-
R+
+B
GNDVP+15
H/LCONT
R99
FANGND
XPROTECT
REF+5V
H/LCONT
VP+15V
GNDVP+8
CN24
D56
C31
C
C32
VP+8V
B R95
Q92
C
R94
1
R53
+
MAIN
-
D21
6
IN
GND
Q91
SENSE
(VP+15)
CN22
Q92
CN21
J11
HELP
SYSPOW
AC
GNDU
UN+56
OUT
UVP+8V
E
D
LF
J22
GNDA
LIN
J22
J21
8
7
6
5
CN23
CN24
12
1
11
1
1
15
1
5
1
5
B
CN21
J11
8
7
6
5
SIDE B
SIDE B
A
H SECONDARY ASSY
CN22
E
(XNP3095-B)
F
H
H
51
XV-HA5
R98
D31
D51
SUB1
IC31
1
R96
1
2
3
4
4.7 PRIMARY ASSY
SIDE A
SIDE A
A
I
PRIMARY ASSY
B
W201
NEUTRAL
C1
W202
L1
AC IN
AN1
C2
1
FU1
W203
STBY
H2
CN26
W204
H1
LIVE
RISK OF FIRE
5
H J11
CN26
115V
W207
W216
LF/JJ
WL
W206
T1
W214
R85
W208
C
W213
REPLACE FUSE AS MARK
S2
W205
PRIMARY
SIDE
C11
STBY
W215
W226 GNDU
230V
C3
Q11
115V
Q11
RY1
SECONDARY
SIDE
R
PRIMARY ASSY
FU4
H3
5
W209
LF/WL
2
CN3
T2
CN3
1
W218
W211
W228
W217
W227
CN2
LF ONLY
JJ ONLY
D
S1
H4
WL ONLY
W222
LF ONLY
W219
FU3
H6
W220
E
W212
230V
LF/WL
W225
W224
W223
STBY
H5
LF ONLY
KN1
W221
(XNP3095-B)
F
I
I
52
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
SIDE B
A
I
PRIMARY ASSY
B
NEUTRAL
C1
L1
AN1
CN26
1
FU1
RISK OF FIRE
UN+56
5
REPLACE
CN26
LIVE
HELP
SYSPOW
AC
GNDU
FUSE AS MARK
D14
E C B
R19
R18
LF/JJ
Q12
C
Q12
D13
T1
WL
PRIMARY
R14
C3
D11
R13
C12
R12
+
R11
LF
E
D12
R
PRIMARY ASSY
JJ ONLY
XWZ4036
XWZ4041
XWZ4044
C
B
LF ONLY
RY1
SECONDARY
D15
D
CN2
2
1
CN3
LF/WL
CN3
5
LL ONLY
LF ONLY
FU4
LF/WL
FU3
E
LF ONLY
(XNP3095-B)
F
I
I
53
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
JA8502
VA+12
W308
GNDA
W313
GNDA
DVDR
GNDA
W307
VA+12
GNDA
C8308
GNDA
W324
R
W310
IC8201
W316
W301
W318
W311 VA+12
W314
GNDA
W315
C8309
GNDA
C8401
Q8201
W312
W317
C8310
C8307
W302
KARAOKE ASSY
C8431
IC8401
C8409
W322 GNDA
W309
GNDA
C8317
FRIN
W304
CN5105
E J9911
C8502
C8433
Q8402
C8432
1
C8222
C8312
IC8301
C8305
C8311
CN8301
XV-HA5
54
LOUT
C8201
W321
GNDU
E
C8213
ROUT
CN8301
(XNP3095-B)
1
21
OPEN
SIDE
W325
DVDL
W303
C8221
Q8201
FLIN
W306
VA+12
W305
W319
GNDA
C8501
4
CN5105
B3
IC8201
W328
27.DVDR
26.GNDA
25.DVDL
24.GNDA
23.GNDD
22.R
21.GNDD
20.B
19.GNDD
18.G
17.0GNDD
16.Cr/R
15.GNDD
14.Cb/B
13.GNDD
12.CY/G
11.GNDD
10.SY
9.GNDD
8.V
7.GNDD
6.SC
5.ASPECT
4.VSEL1
3.VSEL2
2.SQUEEZE
1.P/XI
C
4
3
2
1
W320
IC8301
D
Q8402
W327
CN8502
B
IC8401
GNDA
W326
27
CONTACT
1
SIDE
DVDR
DVDL
B
4
3
2
1
4.8 KARAOKE ASSY
A
SIDE A
SIDE A
K KARAOKE ASSY
B CN902
CN8502
C CN3101
F
K
K
5
6
7
8
SIDE B
SIDE B
A
K
KARAOKE ASSY
CN8502
B
27
1
R8432
Q8402
R8406
IC8401
C
R8408
8
9
R8434
C8410
C8405
R8409
C8406
C8404
R8402
1
16
C8403
C8407
C8402
L8401
GNDA
R8215
R
C8408
R8407
C8411
C8434
305
GNDA
VA+12
LOUT
C8220
R8210
R8301
R8302
R8303
C8313
C8223
R8317
R8211
C8301
C8302
C8303
ROUT
VA+12
GNDA
R8220
R8218
R8216
L8201
GNDA
D8201
Q8201
LF
XWZ4043
R8405
R8404
R8403
4.GNDA
3.MIC SW
2.MIC
1.VA+12
C8202
KARAOKE ASSY
R8431
CN5105
CN5105
4
R8502
R8509
306
27.FR
26.GNDA
25.FL
24.GNDA
23.GNDD
22.R
21.GNDD
20.B
19.GNDD
18.0G
17.0GNDD
16.Cr/R
15.GNDD
14.Cb/B
13.GNDD
12.CY/G
11.GNDD
10.SY
9.GNDD
8.V
7.GNDD
6.SC
5.ASPECT
4.VSEL1
3.VSEL2
2.SQUEEZE
1.P/XI
CN8101
R8506 R8503
C8505 R8511
R8505
C8504
1
CN8502
R8501
R8507
C8503
R8504
14
R8308
C8209
C8208
C8207
VA+12
GNDA
1
1
IC8201
C8315
C8316
R8306
R8307
FLIN
GNDA
FRIN
DVDL
GNDA
R8533
C8531
R8531
C8532
R8532
GNDA
C8219
R8207
C8218
R8205
C8217
R8206
C8216
C8215
C8214
VA+12
GNDA
9.FRIN
10.GNDA
11.FLIN
12.VA+12
13.KEYCONSTB
14.KEYCONCLK
15.KEYCONDATA
16.ECHOVOL
R8202
C8204
R8201
R8311
C8306
28
R8305
C8203
C8304
R8304
9
R8213
R8212
C8210
8
17.VOCAL A
18.VOCAL B
19.VOCAL C
20.GNDU
21.GNDU
IC8301
R8214
C8206
R8204
C8205
R8203
1.LOUT
2.GNDA
3.ROUT
4.GNDA
5.DVDR
6.GNDA
7.DVDL
8.GNDA
D
C8211
R8217
CN8301
16
C8212
1
15
R8209
R8208
DVDR
GNDA
R8534
1
E
GNDU
21
(XNP3095-B)
CN8301
IC8401
Q8201
IC8201
Q8402
IC8301
F
K
K
55
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES:
Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
560 Ω
56 x 10 1
RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
561
47k Ω
RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
47 x 10 3
473
0.5 Ω
RN2H R 5 0 K
R50
1Ω
RS1P 1 R 0 K
1R0
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ω
562 x 10 1
5621
RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
A
B
7 LIST OF HOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES
XV-HA5
/WLXJ
XV-HA5
/LFXJ
XV-HA5
/NTXJ
1..LOAB ASSY
VWG2346
VWG2346
VWG2346
NSP
1..DVD ASSY
2..DVDM ASSY
XXA3036
AWM7966
XXA3036
AWM7966
XXA3036
AWM7966
NSP
1..AMP ASSY
2..REGULATOR ASSY
2..POWER ASSY
2..PRIMARY ASSY
2..SECONDARY ASSY
2..KARAOKE ASSY
XWK3205
XWZ4039
XWZ4040
XWZ4041
XWZ4042
XWZ4043
XWK3206
XWZ4039
XWZ4040
XWZ4044
XWZ4042
XWZ4043
XWK3205
XWZ4039
XWZ4040
XWZ4041
XWZ4042
XWZ4043
NSP
1..MAIN ASSY
2..IF ASSY
2..DISP ASSY
2..HP 2 ASSY
XWM3309
XWZ4033
XWZ4034
XWZ4035
XWM3313
XWZ4049
XWZ4034
XWZ4035
XWM3315
XWZ4050
XWZ4034
XWZ4035
1..FM/AM TUNER UNIT
AXX7173
AXX7173
AXX7173
Mark
C
Symbol and Description
7 CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES
D
C IF ASSY
I
XWZ4049, XWZ4050 and XWZ4033 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
Symbol and Description
R5515
XWZ4033
XWZ4049
XWZ4050
Not used
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S473J
I PRIMARY ASSY
I
Although XWZ4041 and XWZ4044 are different in part number, they have the same service parts.
E
• FM/AM TUNER UNIT
This assembly has no service parts.
7 PCB PARTS LIST FOR XV-HA5/WLXJ UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED
Mark No.
Description
Mark No.
Part No.
A LOAB ASSY
VSK1011
SEMICONDUCTORS
S2B-PH-K
S5B-PH-K
IC203
IC0
> IC761
IC101
F
OTHERS
CN602 KR CONNECTOR
CN601 KR CONNECTOR
Part No.
B DVDM ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S101
Description
56
AYW7069
S29AL016D70TFI010
BA3948FP
BD7995EFS
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
6
Description
IC202
IC501
Part No.
7
Mark No.
K4S641632H-TC75
PCM1753DBQ
8
Description
C732, C733, C735, C738 (10uF/16V)
Part No.
DCH1165
RESISTORS
> IC751 (5.0V)
MM1565AF
MM1623BF
MM1661JH
MT1389FE/C2-L
R1224N102H
R225
R1001-R1003, R200, R207–R209
R217, R281, R301–R303, R500
R530, R560, R590
R732
RAB4C330J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S100J
IC204
Q505, Q701, Q821, Q851, Q881
Q304
Q481, Q503, Q504,Q506
Q702, Q801
S-24CS04AFJ
2SA1576A
2SC4081
DTC114YUA
DTC124EUA
R151, R153
R152, R154
R131–R136
R411–R416
R738
RS1/10S1R0J
RS1/10S1R8J
RS1/10S4R7J
RS1/16S1500F
RS1/16S1502F
Q307, Q308
Q305
Q501, Q502
D731, D733, D821, D851, D852
HN1A01F
RSQ035P03
UM5K1N
2SD2114K
1SS355
R736
R279
R737
R762
Other Resistors
RS1/16S1802F
RS1/16S2201F
RS1/16S2702F
RS1/16S3902F
RS1/16S###J
D861, D862, D881
D732
D801
1SS355
RSX201L-30
UDZS4R7(B)
IC401
> IC711
IC201
> IC731
> Q732
POWER INDUCTOR
POWER INDUCTOR (22U)
CHIP BEADS
CHIP BEADS
B
OTHERS
CN104
CN102
CN103
CN901
CN902
COILS AND FILTERS
L732
L731
L901
L751
A
ATH7011
DTL1099
VTL1075
VTL1095
PH CONNECTOR 5P
12P CONNECTOR
04P CONNECTOR
25P FFC CONNECTOR
27P FFC CONNECTOR
CN101 0.5-24P CONNECTOR
X201 CRYSTAL RESONATOR
(27MHz)
AKM1291
AKN7031
RKN1045
VKN1317
VKN1319
VKN1482
VSS1172
C
CAPACITORS
C252
C737
C265
C227
C254
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH121J50
CCSRCH220J50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH391J50
C712, C752
C211, C212
C251
C256, C509, C511, C512
C101, C373, C401, C404, C734
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH560J50
CCSRCH8R0D50
CEVW100M16
CEVW101M16
C739, C761
C201, C202, C237, C281
C203, C206, C215, C309, C310
C701
C713, C753
CEVW101M16
CEVW221M4
CEVW470M16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB225K10
C161, C230, C267, C296
C151–C153, C226, C250
C131, C204, C205, C207, C209
C213, C214, C216, C217, C220
C222–C225, C228, C231–C236
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
C239–C241, C244–C246, C253
C257, C260, C266, C268
C271–C273, C283–C288, C290
C371, C372, C402, C405, C406
C411, C415, C416, C736, C801
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
C102–C104, C121, C140, C243
C282, C289, C343–C347
C412–C414, C711, C751, C762
C219
C144–C146, C208, C210
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB152K50
CKSRYB222K50
C269
C258, C259
C255
CKSRYB333K16
CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYB474K10
C IF ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC8881 (2.5A)
IC3201
IC3001
IC3191,IC3271
IC3911
IC5501
AEK7014
BD3814FV
BD3841FS
HA17558AF
NJM4565M
D
PDC125A
> IC511
> IC301
BA178M05FP
Q3951,Q3953,Q5831
Q3041,Q3042,Q3952,Q4621,Q5711
TA7812S
2SA1576A
2SC4081
Q5801,Q5803
Q3291,Q3292
Q3001,Q3901,Q3903
Q5832
Q5802
2SC4081
2SD2114K
IMX9
RT1N241M
RT1N431M
Q3003,Q3043,Q3221,Q3293
D3001,D3224,D3225,D5801,D511
D3953
D5713
D5711
RT1P241M
1SS355
DAN202K
DAN217
UDZS10(B)
D3223
D3951,D4621
D3221,D3222
UDZS4R7(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
E
COILS AND FILTERS
L5801
LCYA220J2520
CAPACITORS
C5801
C5510
C3039,C3040,C3203,C3204
C3909,C3910,C5721,C5723,C5808
C5509
ACH1246
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH120J50
57
XV-HA5
5
6
F
7
8
1
Mark No.
A
B
C
2
Description
3
Part No.
C3195,C3196
C3905,C3906,C5724
C3911,C3912
C3021,C3022,C3025,C3026
C3253,C3254,C3311,C3312, C504
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH470J50
CEANP470M16
CEAT100M50
CEAT100M50
C3913,C3914,C3930,C5711,C5805
C5804
C8885
C5809
C3241,C3242
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M6R3
CEAT102M10
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT221M10
C3191,C3192
C4603,C4621
C302,C3257,C3258,C3907,C3908
C3281-C3284
C501
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT470M10
CEAT470M16
CEAT472M25
CKSQYB105K16
C3251,C3252,C3285,C3286
C3289,C3290,C4614,C5502
C3201,C3202,C4611,C5517-C5519
C5522,C5803,C5807
C301,C3017-C3019,C3243,C3244
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K50
C3273-C3278,C3915,C3916
C3931,C3932,C4608,C5514,C5540
C5555,C5589,C5713,C5802
C8881,C8882
C3005,C3006, C3007, C3008
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB221K50
C3193,C3194
C3210,C3211
C3206-C3209
C3009,C3010
CKSRYB332K50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYB683K16
CKSRYB821K50
Mark No.
D
E
CN43 12PJUMPER CONNECTOR
CN3352 SPEAKER TERMINAL 4-P
CN5951 29P FFC CONNECTOR
CN51 7P FFC CONNECTOR
JA4601 OPTICAL OUTPUT JACK
52147-1210
AKE7086
HLEM29S-1
HLEM7S-1
TOTX177PL
1,2 PCB BINDER
JA3001 4P PIN JACK
CN5952 25P FFC CONNECTOR
CN3101 21P PLUG
VEF1040
VKB1047
VKN1256
XKP3070
C5901,C5903,C5910,C5921,C5922
C5941
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB104K50
RS1/16S###J
X5201 CRYSTAL RESONATOR
5901 9P CABLE HOLDER
CN5921 13P FFC CONNECTOR
CN5911 29P FFC CONNECTOR
5941 REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT
ASS7047
51048-0900
52044-1345
52044-2945
GP1UM28XK0VF
V5901 LCD MODULE
XAV3029
E HP 2 ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC9402
Q9401
D9901,D9902
HA17558AF
RT1P431M
UDZS6R8(B)
CAPACITORS
52045-1145
52147-1110
C9420, C9947
C9943,C9953
C9430,C9945, C9955
C9412,C9429, C9436, C9944, C9946
C9954
CEAT470M16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K50
CKSRYB104K50
C9941,C9942
C9951,C9952
C9419,C9427, C9428
C9421,C9422, C9426
C9423
CKSRYB221K50
CKSRYB223K50
CCSRCH101J50
CEAL2R2M50
CCSRCH102J50
RESISTORS
VR9401 (10kΩ)
Other Resistors
XCS3007
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
CN9421 13P FFC CONNECTOR
JA9401,JA9402 MINITURE JACK
JA9901,JA9902 MINITURE JACK
KN9901 WRAPPING TERMINAL
JA9903 USB CONNECTOR
52045-1345
AKN7005
AKN7005
VNF1084
XKN3016
JA9911 4P WIRE
9911
4P CABLE HOLDER
D20PYY0435E
51048-0400
F REGULATOR ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC5201
Q5922
Q5921,Q5925
Q5924,Q5971
Q5923
PCM2900E
2SA1576A
2SC4081
RT1N241M
RT1N431M
D5927
D5925
D5920
D5921-D5923
D5924
1SS355
DAN217
NEPW500-4A05
NSPW510BS-2224
SLI-343YCW(RST)
D5901
UDZS6R8(B)
SEMICONDUCTORS
> IC51
Q71
> Q3651
Q54
Q3652-Q3654
Q3655
NJM78L05A
2SA1235A
2SB1237X
2SC1740S
2SC2412K
D3657,D3664,D3665,D71-D75
DTC114TK
IRF9530
1SR154-400
1SS355
1SS355
D77
D81
1SS355
UDZS18(B)
> Q81
> D3656
> D3651-D3654
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S5951-S5957,S5961-S5964
CCSRCH180J50
CCSRCH220J50
CEAL470M6R3
CEAT100M50
CKSRYB104K50
OTHERS
D DISP ASSY
F
C5201
C5202,C5907-C5909
C5905
C5215,C5216,C5942
C5204-C5207,C5210,C5213,C5214
Other Resistors
OTHERS
ASS7034
VSS1143
Part No.
RESISTORS
RD1/2VM151J
RS1/16S###J
X5501 CERAMIC RESONATOR
X5502 CRYSTAL RESONATOR
(32kHz)
CN5701 11P FFC CONNECTOR
CN42 11PJUMPER CONNECTOR
Description
CAPACITORS
RESISTORS
R3232,R3233
Other Resistors
4
VSG1009
58
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
Mark No.
CAPACITORS
6
Description
Part No.
7
Mark No.
8
Description
C25,C45
C55
C3652
C3651,C51
C3654
C52
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M10
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT220M50
CEAT470M25
C3656
C3653
C71
CEAT470M35
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYF105Z10
RESISTORS
R99
R60
Other Resistors
RS1/16S1801F
RS1/16S4700F
RS1/16S6801F
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
CN3651 L-PLUG(2P)
CN3303 10P PLUG
KM200SA2L
KM250NA10L
G POWER ASSY
TDA8560Q
2SA1235A
2SC2412K
IRF9540A
RT1N241M
Q3656
Q3304,Q63
> Q62
Q3305
D3659,D3660
D91
D3304
51048-0500
51048-1100
51048-1200
AKR7001
B6P-VH
J11 JUMPER WIRE 5P
J21 JUMPER WIRE 11P
J22 JUMPER WIRE 12P
CN22 10P SOCKET
CN23 SOCKET 15-P
D20PYY0520E
D20PYY1125E
D20PYY1225E
KP250NA10
KP250NA15
CN24 SOCKET 5-P
KN2 WRAPPING TERMINAL
KP250NA5
VNF1084
Q12
Q11
D14
D11
D15
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB222K50
RESISTORS
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
> RY1
XSR3011
TRANSFORMERS
> T1 STANDBY TRANSFORMER
> L1 LINE FILTER
ATT7080
XTF3004
CAPACITORS
> C1
> C3 (10000p/AC250V)
C11
ACE7013
ACG7033
CEAT102M25
RS1/16S2201F
RS1/16S6801F
RS1/16S###J
RESISTORS
KM250NA15L
KM250NA5L
OTHERS
CN26 5P JUMPER CONNECTOR
H1,H2 FUSE CLIP
> CN3 5P- VH CONNECTOR
KN1 SCREW PLATE
> RY1 RELAY
52147-0510
AKR7001
B5P9-VH
VNE1948
XSR3011
> AN1 AC INLET 1P
XKP3084
Q91
Q92
D55,D56
> D21,D41
TA79012S
2SA1576A
2SC4081
1SS355
D5SBA20(B)
D51
> D31
DAN202K
S1WB(A)60SD
R85
Other Resistors
OTHERS
CN3302 PLUG 15-P
CN3301 PLUG 5-P
H SECONDARY ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
> IC31
CEAL1R0M50
CEAT102M25
CEAT470M16
CEAT472M35
CEAT682M25
C32
CKSRYB473K25
RS1LMF560J
RS1/16S###J
6
E
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC8201
IC8301
IC8401
Q8201
Q8402
M65847AFP
BA3838F
BU9255FS
2SD1858X
2SJ103
D8201
UDZ5R6
F
CAPACITORS
59
XV-HA5
5
D
J KARAOKE ASSY
CAPACITORS
C57
C31
C33
C21,C22
C41
C
S1WB(A)60SD
UDZS16(B)
D13
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M25
CEAT220M50
CEAT470M25
CEATR47M50
R68
R67
Other Resistors
B
2SD1664
2SD1859X
1SR154-400
1SS355
DAN217
> D12
CAPACITORS
C3309,C3311
C3351-C3358
C3303,C3304
11 5P CABLE HOLDER
21 11P CABLE HOLDER
22 12P CABLE HOLDER
H7,H8 FUSE CLIP
CN21 6P-VH CONNECTOR
SEMICONDUCTORS
1SS355
UDZS18(B)
UDZS4R7(B)
C3306
C3310
C3307
C61
C3301,C3302
A
I PRIMARY ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
> IC3301
RS1/16S3902F
RS1/16S6802F
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
RESISTORS
R61
R51,R55
R56
Other Resistors
Part No.
CQMA333K2E
7
8
1
Mark No.
A
B
2
Description
3
4
3
4
Part No.
C8201, C8213, C8222, C8307
C8202, C8223, C8306
C8203- C8205, C8218, C8313, C8404
C8407, C8411
C8206
CEAT470M16
CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB822K50
C8207- C8209
C8212, C8403
C8214, C8215, C8304
C8216, C8406
C8217
CKSRYB683K16
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB472K50
CCSRCH471J50
C8219
C8220
C8301- C8303, C8402
C8305, C8308- C8310, C8431, C8432
C8311, C8317
CKSRYB122K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB104K50
CEAT2R2M50
CEAT100M50
C8312
C8401
C8405
C8408
C8409
CEAT4R7M50
CEAT101M16
CKSRYB123K50
CKSRYB332K50
CEAL220M16
C8501, C8502
C8531, C8532
C8221
C8433
C8410
CEAT102M6R3
CKSRYB681K50
CEAL100M50
CEATR22M50
CKSRYB474K10
C
RESISTORS
R8501, R8502, R8507, R8509
R8503
Other Resistors
RS1/10S1500F
RS1/16S75R0F
RS1/16S###J
OTHERS
D
CN5105 4P JUMPER CONNECTOR
CN8301 21P SOCKET
CN8502 27P FFC CONNECTOR
PCB BINDER
52147-0410
XKP3081
VKN1258
VEF1040
JA8502 COMB. JACK(S+1P)
AKB7146
E
F
60
XV-HA5
1
2
5
6
7
8
6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION
Adjustment Items
A
Adjustment Points (Mechanism Part)
[Mechanism Part]
1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment
Cautions: After adjustment, adjustment screw locks with the
Screw tight.
2 DVD Error Rate Adjustment
1 2
Tangential
adjustment
screw
[Electrical Part]
1 2
Radial
adjustment
screw
Electrical adjustments are not required.
B
C
D
6.2 JIGS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
E
Screwdriver (large)
Screwdriver (medium)
Test mode remote control
unit (GGF1381)
TV monitor
Screw tight
(GYL1001)
F
Precise screwdriver
DVD test disc
(GGV1025)
Soldering iron
61
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
6.3 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS
When
A
Adjustment Points
Exchange Parts of Mechanism
Mechanical ~, Ÿ
point
Exchange the 05SD Pickup Assy
∗ After adjustment, screw locks
with the Screw tight.
Electric
point
Mechanical
point
Exchange the Traverse Mechanism
Assy-S
B
Electric
point
∗ After adjustment, screw locks
with the Screw tight.
Mechanical Ÿ
point
Exchange the Spindle Motor
Electric
point
C
Exchange PCB Assy
Mechanical
point
Exchange PC Board
LOAB and DVDM ASSYS
Electric
point
D
E
F
62
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6.4 TEST MODE
A
POWER ON
POWER
B
ON
DISC SET
<TRAY OPEN>
OPEN/CLOSE
(Player)
<TRAY CLOSE>
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD disc
(Player)
C
TEST MODE: PLAY
CHECK
DVD, CD
<PLAY>
ESC
Press the play key
(
) of the normal
remote control unit.
An address is displayed
TEST
D
GGF1381
Test mode
remote control
unit
DSC - &&&
Notes:
• After going into test mode, if you play back the disc, "DISC-NON" is displayed.
• The video signal and the audio signal are outputted during the test mode.
• The SKIP key and the SCAN key are effective during the test mode.
E
TEST MODE: OFF
ESC
POWER
OR
GGF1381
Test mode
remote control
unit
OFF
F
63
XV-HA5
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
6.5 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
A
1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment
START
05SD Pickup Assy
• Remove the 05SD Pickup Assy from the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S.
• Remove the joint and the joint spring of the 05SD Pickup Assy.
Note:
Before removing the flexible cable for the
pickup, soldering of the pickup circuit is
necessary.
For details, see "7.1.11 DISASSEMBLY".
B
Joint
Joint Spring
• Pass through the guide shaft to a new 05SD Pickup Assy.
• Attach it to the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S.
05SD Pickup Assy
C
Guide Shaft
D
• Put the joint between the Tangential (or Radial) adjustment screw and the mechanism base
and turn each screw to adjust the height.
(Refer to "6.1 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION".)
Joint
7.5mm
Mechanism base
E
• Attach the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S to the 05 LOADER Assy.
• Turn it over and attach the joint and the joint spring.
• Arrange the flexible cables.
(Refer to "7.1.11 DISASSEMBLY".)
F
64
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2 DVD Error Rate Adjustment
8
• Play the DVD test disc
at inner track
(around #30000)
Notes:
• Use disc: GGV1025
A
START
Traverse Mechanism
Assy-S
Adjust the radial adjustment
screw so that
ERROR RATE becomes
around "5E-4".
A
• Play the DVD test disc
at inner track
• Display ERROR RATE
on the monitor
ESC CHP/TIM
Traverse Mechanism
Assy-S
Fasten the radial
adjustment screw so that
ERROR RATE becomes
around "1E-3".
B
ERROR RATE : "5E-4"
B
ERROR RATE : "1E-3"
1E-3
BER
5E-4
C
• Unfasten the radial adjustment screw
by 90 degrees step till ERROR RATE
C
becomes around "1E-3" again .
• Record the number of rotation (N1).
B
A
A
Best point
(memorizing how much the screw was rotated.)
• Fasten the radial adjustment screw
till the number of rotation becomes
harf of N1.
Best Radial point
Anticlock wise
Clock wise
Rotation of Radial screw
and Tangential screw
ESC
ERROR RATE: - - - -
Player
Service mode end
• Play the DVD test disc
at outer track
(around #200000)
Monitor
Turn the POWER OFF in
case of NG once, and
perform the adjustment
once again.
D
\ Service mode
ESC CHP/TIM
N
G
If error rate is OK,
locks a root of
tangential and radial
adjustment screws with
the Screw tight.
Screw tight: GYL1001
C
Traverse Mechanism
Assy-S
Fasten the tangential
adjustment screw so that
ERROR RATE becomes
around "1E-3".
B
CHECK
OK
In this check, the error rate
that is less than "5E-5"is
better.
E
ERROR RATE : "1E-3"
Disc playback normally.
• The measurement of
block error rate
ESC CHP/TIM
ESC
Service mode end
• Unfasten the tangential screw
by 90 degrees step till ERROR RATE
becomes around "1E-3" again .
C
• Record the number of rotation (N1).
• Fasten the tangential adjustment screw
till the number of rotation becomes
harf of N1.
Best tangential point
65
XV-HA5
5
6
F
7
8
1
2
3
4
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 TEST MODE
A
Test Mode Functional Specification
1 Test mode entry
In the power ON state, press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key and [TEST] (A8-5E) key in order of the Test mode remote control unit.
• OSD displays test mode.
2 LD ON
Enter the test mode.
DVD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [1] (A8-01) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (650n).
CD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [4] (A8-04) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (780n).
B
3 Release the Test mode
• Turn off the power.
• Press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key of the remote control unit and reset it.
C
D
E
F
66
XV-HA5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7.1.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE
A
2
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
3
7
8
9
1
5
6
12
13
14
15
B
10
11
1 Address indication
The address being traced is displayed in number.
(as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.)
DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits)
[∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
CD : ID indication
[∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
2 Code indication of remote control unit [R – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
In case of double code, display a 2nd code.
3 Main unit keycode indication [K – ∗ ∗]
0 Disc sensing [DSC – ∗ ∗ ∗]
The type of discs loaded is displayed.
[DVD], [CD ]
- Jitter value [J – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
Note: Don't use it.
C
= Version of the FL controller [FL: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
Note: Don't use it.
~ Region setting of the player [REG: ∗]
Setting value : [1] to [6]
5 Tracking status [TRKG – ∗ ∗ ∗]
Tracking on : [ON]
Tracking off : [OFF]
! Destination setting of the FL controller
[MDL: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗]
Four characters in the front represent code 01.
Three characters in the back represent the destination code.
J: /J, K: /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R: /RL/RD, RAM : /RAM,
LB: /LB, WY: /WY
6 Spindle status [SPDL – ∗ ∗ ∗]
CLV : [CLV]
Off : [OFF]
7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M – ∗ ∗]
Unknown
: [01] or [41]
Open state
: [04]
Close state
: [08]
During opening : [12]
During closing : [22]
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@ Version of the flash ROM [V: ∗ . ∗ ∗]
Flash ROM size [FLASH = ∗ ∗]
8 Slider position [S – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
In Side Switch ON : [01]
In Side Switch OFF : [00]
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9 Output video system [V – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
NTSC system
: [NTSC]
PAL system
: [PAL]
Automatic setting : [AUTO]
Scart terminal output [SK – ∗ ∗]
(Display only the WY model which can do the output setting
of scart terminal.)
VIDEO : [00]
S-VIDEO : [01]
RGB
: [02]
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7.1.3 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SHORTCUT KEY
A
Only during normal playback, the following shortcut keys can be assigned by pressing a required key after pressing the ESC
key of the remote control unit. To quit, press the ESC key
Command Contents
Remote Control
Remote
Key Name
Control Code
Conditions
Memory clear and region / revision indication
Average value measurement of DVD error rate
CD error rate measurement
Scart terminal output : VIDEO
Scart terminal output : S-VIDEO
WY, models equipped with Scart terminal
Scart terminal output : RGB
Progressive OFF
B
Only for progressive models
Progressive ON
FL indication of ID number
ZOOM ON (×4)
CLEAR (∗1)
A8-45
5 (∗1)
A8-05
5 (∗1)
A8-05
AUDIO
A3-BE
SUBTITLE
A3-36
ANGLE
A3-B5
R_SKIP
A3-9D
F_SKIP
A3-9C
STEREO (∗1)
A8-4A
ZOOM
A3-37
CHP/TIM (∗1)
A8-13
CHAP (∗1)
A8-40
Title search Input mode IN
Title No. input
Search execution
SIDE A (∗1)
Numbers (∗1)
PLAY (∗1)
A8-4D
A8-00 to A8-09
A8-17
Region confimation mode
A.MON (∗1)
Numbers (∗1)
A8-1E
A8-01 to A8-08
Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.)
Model information indication
∗1 : Test mode remote control unit
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• Service mode indication (ESC + CHP/TIM keys)
ID Address
The error rate is always displayed in exponential notation, e.g., ∗.∗ ∗ e - ∗, for both DVDs and CDs.
EDC/ID/AV 1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID Error, last eight errors)
• Calculation of the average error rate (ESC + "5" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
The average of the last eight error rates is calculated and indicated in exponential notation. After the calculation is completed, "OK" or "NG" is
displayed. If "NG" is displayed, the disc tray will open (for both DVDs and CDs)
For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less
• Indication of model information (ESC + CHAP keys)
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The items from 12 to 15 of the TEST MODE Indications are displayed. However, in the indications, S in the standard test mode is changed to
CHIP VERSION, and M is changed to RF VERSION. For details, see 7.1.4.
• Region confirmation mode (ESC + A.MON [Test mode remote control unit] + "1"-"8" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
After you press the AUDIO key while holding the ESC key pressed and then input the region number, if the number is different from that set in
the unit, an error message is displayed, and the tray opens.
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7.1.4 SPECIFICATION OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
To display model information : Press the ESC key then the CHAP key.
To close the model information display : Press the ESC key.
A
• Display contents
1
10
9
2
Don't care.
B
3
4
5
6
7
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
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1 Destination indication
Display it according to model information set from the FL controller.
2 Region No.
3 Part number
4 ROM version
5 Flash size
6 FL controller version
7 CHIP VERSION
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9 Remote control code
0 Key code of Main unit
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7.1.5 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SERVICE MODE
• Display during Service Mode
To enter Service Mode, press the CHP/TIM key while holding the ESC key pressed.
To quit, press the ESC key.
A
Service mode display
1 ID Address
2 Error rate (always displayed), in exponential notation
ERROR RATE : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
(∗∗∗∗)
Number of error
• Calculation of the average error rate
For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less
B
ex) For DVDs
• Step 1
• Step 2
%%e -&
%%e -6
%%e -5
%%e -4
%%e -3
%%e -2
%%e -4
: OK
: OK
: Refer to Step 2
: NG
: NG
3.0e -4
4.0e -4
5.0e -4
6.0e -4
7.0e -4
: OK
: OK
: OK
: NG
: NG
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3 EDC/ID error history (ID Address, EDC/ID errors, last eight errors)
Note:
∗ Error of AV1 is not supported in this player.
Indication plan contents
3
1
2
D
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
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7.1.6 SERVICE TEST MODE
1. Specific conditions for Service Test mode
• VDET is neglected.
• XPROTECT is neglected.
• Even if the unit is urgently shut down in failure in Normal mode, you can turn it on without waiting for one minute.
A
2. How to enter Service Test mode
• While connecting STEST port (IC5501 Pin43) to "+5V", connect AC power cord. (See Fig A.)
3. How to quit Service Test mode, and the conditions for quitting
• To quit Service Test mode, turn the power off or disconnect the AC power cord.
• When quitting Service Test mode, only data on protection in RAM are cleared.
4. Indications when Service Test mode starts
• Indications on the LCD display when Service Test mode starts differ depending on whether the unit was turned off normally or if the
unit was urgently shut down because the abnormality of the power, as described below.
[After the power is shut down because of
a abnormality in the AMP system]
[After the power is turned off normally]
LCD display
LCD display
We l c om e !
D V
S E R V I C E
[After the power is shut down because of
an failure in the AMP system]
LCD display
P R T C T
LCD display
D V
B
LCD display
P R T C T
LCD display
D V
WNG
S E R V I C E
[After the power is shut down because of a failure
in the DVD system]
E R R
S E R V I C E
LCD display
D V D
P R T E C T
LCD display
V o l um e
LCD display
D V
C
0
S E R V I C E
5. Operations during Service Test mode
• Basically, operations in Service Test mode are the same as in Normal mode. However, to clarify that it is in Service Test mode, during
this mode, when functions are changed, the indications on the LCD display become as follows:
[Functions]
[Indications on the LCD display]
DVD/CD
D V
S E R V I C E
TUNER
T X
S E R V I C E
LINE
L I N E
S E R V I C E
USB
U S B
S E R V I C E
FRONT
AUDIO
F . A U D I O
S E R V I C E
D
Service Test mode connecting point
3001
C IF ASSY
W216
W218
W215
W214
IC
55
01
E
C3026
C3025
C3022
W194
GNDU
X5502
W193
X5
W192
C3242
W191
W190
VE+5
W195
W189
W165
W197
W169
W196
W167
W168
W166
W161
W160
W159
W158
W163
C3930
W153
W164
W155
W154
STEST
W156
W162
C5805
W157
UTEST
R3232
SIDE B
SIDE B
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Shortstop
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7.1.7 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDs ON THE PICKUP ASSY
A
Case when this diagnosis is required :
When playback of any disc, including a test disc (DVD: GGV1025, CD: STD-905), won't play or doesn't play
How to diagnose
In the case mentioned above, degradation of the laser diodes (LDs) mounted on the 05SD Pickup Assy is suspected.
Measure the voltage between the two ends of one of the resistors mentioned below.
No playback of a DVD :
Measure the voltage between the both ends of R322 or R325 on the DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 650-nm LD is degraded.
B
No playback of a CD :
Measure the voltage between the both ends of R321 or R326 on the DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 780-nm LD is degraded.
If the measurements show degradation
of an LD, replace the 05SD Pickup
Assy.
05SD PICKUP ASSY
CN101
C
B
DVDM ASSY
D
R325
R326
R322
Front side
R325
R326
R321
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7.1.8 DVD TROUBLE SHOOTING
No.
1
Symptoms
Diagnosis Contents
Possible Defective Points
The power is not turned on. Are wires of output connector (POWER SUPPLY Unit) and CN901
(DVDM Assy) disconnected or damaged ?
Check that the following voltage is output :
+ side of C739 : 3.3V
2
A
Connector / cable
DVDM Assy
3.3V Regulator IC (IC341)
An opening screen is not
Are the signals output from IC201-pin 98 (MDATA) and pin 99 (SCLK)
displayed on the monitor
on the DVDM Assy ? (in the range of 0-3V)
(The FL display lights. The
mechanism does not work.)
Are the signals input into IC5501-pin 50 (MDATA) and pin 51 (SCLK)
on the CONTROL Assy ? (in the range of 0-3V)
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
CONTROL Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Check that the following voltage are output :
IC751-pin 1 on the DVDM Assy : 5V
DVDM Assy
5V Regulator IC (IC751)
Is a resonator (X201: 27MHz) on the DVDM Assy oscillating ?
DVDM Assy
Crystal resonator (X201)
DVD IC (IC201)
• Is a signal input into IC203-pin26 (PCE#) on the DVDM Assy ?
(Is a signal "H" for 80 mS and then "L" after the power is turned
on ?)
→ Communication with flash ROM.
• Are the signals input into IC202-pin 16 (DWE#), pin 19 (DCS#)
and pin 38 (SDCLK) on the DVDM Assy ?
(Is a signal fluctuating ?)
→ Communication with SDRAM
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Flash ROM (IC203)
SDRAM (IC202)
B
C
Is a signal output from IC203-pin 28 (PRD#) on the DVDM Assy?
DVDM Assy
(Is a signal fluctuating for several hundred mS after the power is turned Flash ROM (IC203)
on ?)
Is a signal input into IC5501-pin 67 (DVD ACK) on the CONTROL
Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating ?)
→ Communication with FL Control IC
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
CONTROL Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
Is a signal output from IC5501-pin 30 (XREADY) on the CONTROL
Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating in the range of 0-5V ?)
CONTROL Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
DVDM Assy
Are the signals output from IC5501-pin 49 (SDATA) on the CONTROL DVD IC (IC201)
Assy ? (in the range of 0-5V)
CONTROL Assy
UCOM (IC5501)
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Are the signals of IC204-pin 5(SDA) and pin 6(SCL) on the DVDM Assy DVDM Assy
fluctuating for one or two seconds after the power is turned ?
EEPROM (IC204)
3
An opening screen is not
displayed on the monitor
(The FL display lights. The
mechanism works.)
DVDM Assy
Check the video signal path between DVD IC (DVDM Assy IC201) and
Video circuit after DVD IC
video-out terminal (see the block diagram)
(IC201)
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No.
2
Symptoms
A
4
A tray cannot be opened.
(An opening screen is
displayed on the monitor)
3
Diagnosis Contents
Possible Defective Points
Does the voltage of CN104-pin 3 and pin 5 on the DVDM Assy change
normally ?
Pin 3 (SW2(TRIN)): Tray is fully closed: "L"
Pin 5 (SW1(TROUT)): Tray is fully opened: "L"
Is the signal input into IC101-pin 11 (TROPEN) on the DVDM Assy ?
At open: 3.3V, At close: 0V
Are the signals output from IC101-pin 1 and pin 2 (CN103-pin 1 and
pin 2) on the DVDM Assy ?
Pin 2: Approx. 6V during opening tray approx. 0V during closing tray.
Pin 1: Approx. 0V during opening tray approx. 6V during closing tray.
Are wires of CN104 and CN103 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or
damaged ?
B
5
Playback impossible
(no focusing)
C
D
E
6
Playback impossible
(Spindle does not turn)
7
Playback impossible
(Playback stops)
8
Picture disturbance during
playback
(block noise, freeze, other)
9
No sound
(Picture is normal)
4
Does the voltage of CN102-pin 1 on the DVDM Assy change to 0V by
pressing the Inside switch.
Are the signals output from IC101-pin 3 (FOCS_DRV) and pin 4
(FOCS_RTN) on the DVDM Assy ?
Does 650-nm LD emit light ?
Does a pickup lens move up / down ?
Does an actuator spring bend ?
Are plastic parts damaged ? Or is a shaft detached ?
Is the turntable detached or tilted ?
Is flexible cable of CN101 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or
damaged ?
Is signal output from IC201-pin 42 (FOSO) on the DVDM Assy ?
(Device control of about 1.4 V is output usually. It is fluctuated by about
± 250 mV with focus up / down.)
Are the signals output from IC101-pin 30 (W), pin 33 (V) and pin 35 (U)
on the DVDM Assy ?
Is pin 26 (STBY) fixed LOW ? (pin 26 is High at playback: 3V)
Is there any part detached from the spindle motor ?
Or Is there any foreign object lodged in it ?
Are wires of CN102 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ?
LOAB Assy
Tray SW (S101)
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Connector / cable
Inside switch
DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Pickup
Mechanism section (motor)
Flexible cable / connector
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
DVDM Assy
FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Mechanism section
(Spindle motor)
Flexible cable / connector
DVDM Assy
Is signal output from IC201-pin 37 (DMSO) on the DVDM Assy ?
DVD IC (IC201)
Does 650-nm LD deteriorate ?
650-nm LD deteriorated.
If the voltage at each both ends of R322 and R325 on the DVDM Assy (When playback of a DVD is
is 0.4 V or more, the 650-nm LD is definitely deteriorated.
impossible)
Does 780-nm LD deteriorate ?
780-nm LD deteriorated.
If the voltage at each both ends of R321 and R326 on the DVDM Assy (When playback of a CD is
is 0.4 V or more, the 780-nm LD is definitely deteriorated.
impossible)
DVDM Assy
Is there abnormality in FG waveform ? (IC201-pin 47)
FG output : FTS Driver IC (IC101)
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ?
Disc
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ?
Is there a problem with the format of the disc ?
Disc
Check the video signals.
Composite video signal (IC401-pin 25)
S video signal (IC401-pin 21, pin 26)
RGB video signal (IC401-pin 16, pin 18, pin 20)
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
Video IC (IC401, IC451)
Check the waveform (SPDIF: CN901-pin 16).
DVDM Assy
DVD IC (IC201)
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Symptoms that may occur when any of the following ICs is in failure
IC
A
Symptoms
EEP ROM
(DVDM Assy : IC204)
User's data cannot be stored in memory.
The ID number is lost.
Flash ROM
(DVDM Assy : IC203)
The power cannot be turned on.
Downloading of the firmware cannot be performed.
DVD IC
(DVDM Assy : IC201)
Any kind of symptoms (no power, a failure in any of the servo, video and audio systems, etc.) may be
generated, because the DVD processing is performed by a single chip.
64M SDRAM
(DVDM Assy : IC202)
No power.
Block noise is generated during playback.
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7.1.9 ID NUMBER AND ID DATA SETTING
A
Caution:
For the DVD players compatible with DVD-RW, for playback of a DVD-RW disc (CPRM), it is necessary that an individual ID
number and ID data are set for each player. If the ID number and ID data be not properly set in the manner described below,
future operations cannot be guaranteed. The ID number is written on the yellow label at the rear panel of the player.
If there is no yellow label, before downloading FLASH ROM, take note of the ID number set following the procedures
outlined in "ID Number Confirmation Mode" on the next page.
Note: Enter ID numbers while the unit is in Stop mode so that the values set will be immediately written to the flash ROM.
Setting an ID number or ID data is required in the
following case:
If "No ID Num!" or "NO ID DATA!" is displayed on the FL
display immediately after the power to the player is turned
on or during Stop mode.
5 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the SEARCH key, the
unit unconditionally sets the input number as the ID number.
Then the unit automatically enters Player's Data Input Mode.
(The SEARCH key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been
entered.)
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[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
000000001
JIGS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
<PLAY>
Compare Mode
<SEARCH> Enter
4
5
Input ID Number !
Service Remote Control Unit
[GGF1381]
DVD Data Disc
[GGV1175]
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6 This display appears when the PLAY key is pressed in Step 4.
Enter a 9-digit number to compare. The number is also
displayed on the FL display.
ID Number Input Mode
1 To enter ID Number Input Mode, with no ID number set, such as
in a case of immediately after upgrading the firmware, press the
ESC key then the STEREO key.
7 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, the
unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything else. Each press
of this key after a number has been input deletes one digit.
Note: If a previous ID number and ID data, such as a factorypreset ID number and ID data, are maintained, the unit
enters ID Number Confirmation Mode when the above keys
are pressed. However, if only an ID number is maintained,
the unit enters ID Data Input Mode.
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2 Enter a 9-digit ID number. The ID number is also displayed on
the FL display.
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
000000001
Compare
∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗
6
3 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you
can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has
been input deletes one digit.
2
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
---------
8 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
compares the numbers input in Steps 2 and 6, and only if the
numbers match, that number is set as the ID. Then the unit
automatically enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do not
match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number
Input Mode.
<CLEAR> Exit
3
Input ID Number !
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Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 6 without doing anything
else.
Input ID Number !
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
000000001
Compare
000000001
4 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
enters Compare mode. Enter the same ID number again. Only
if your two input numbers match, the ID number is set. Compare
mode helps eliminate mistyping of the ID number.
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Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything
else.
<PLAY> Enter
8
Input ID Number !
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ID Number Confirmation Mode
1 To enter ID Number Confirmation Mode after the ID number and
the ID data are set, press the ESC key then the STEREO key.
2 The ID number already set is displayed.
(It is also displayed on the FL display.)
3 Enter a 9-digit number for comparison. This is not required
when you only wish to check the ID number visually.
(The number is also displayed on the FL display.)
4 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you
can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has
been input deletes one digit.
2
3
4
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• Indication of an ID number already set
An ID number already set is displayed in the following cases:
1) When the ESC key then the CLEAR key are pressed, user
settings are cleared, then the ID number set is displayed on
the screen. In this case, the ID number is not displayed on the
FL display.
2) When the unit enters ID Number Confirmation Mode by your
pressing the ESC key then the CLEAR key, the ID number set
is displayed. In this case, the ID number is also displayed on
the FL display.
If you only need to confirm the ID number, you can exit
this mode by pressing the CLEAR key or turning off the power.
• Indication when no ID number is set
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
000000001
Compare
∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗
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If no ID number is set, the message "No ID Num!" flashes on
the screen and FL display for a few seconds after the power is
turned on or during Stop mode.
<CLEAR> Exit
Input ID Number !
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5 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit
compares the number entered in Step 2 with the ID number
set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically exits
ID Number Confirmation Mode. If an ID data has not been
entered, the unit enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do
not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number
Confirmation Mode.
Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID
number, the unit returns to Step 4 without doing anything
else.
6 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the STOP key, the unit
compares the number entered in Step 3 with the ID number
set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically
deletes the ID number and exits this mode. If the numbers do
not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits this mode.
(The STOP key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been
entered.)
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[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
000000001
Compare
000000001
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6
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<PLAY> Enter
<STOP> Memory Clear
Input ID Number !
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ID DATA Input Mode
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1 To enter ID DATA Input Mode, with the ID number set, press the
ESC key then the STEREO key.
2 When the STEREO key is pressed, the unit enters ID DATA
Input Mode.
Note: Whether or not the data have been written to flash ROM can
be confirmed by watching for the message "Rom Write OK!"
being displayed after the disc is read.
[Player's Data Input Mode]
[Player's ID Number Setting]
ID Number ?
[000000001]
Compare
>∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗
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5 When writing of the data read from the disc to flash ROM is
completed, "Rom Write OK!" is displayed. After seeing this
message, you can exit this mode by pressing the CLEAR key.
Rom Write OK!
5
<CLEAR> Exit
<CLEAR> Exit
<STEREO> ID Data Setting Mode
2
Input ID Number !
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3 If the DVD DATA DISC is loaded in this mode, the unit
automatically starts reading the data.
(If the DVD DATA DISC has already been loaded, the unit does
not start reading the data. In this case, open then close the
tray.)
6 If the data cannot be read from the disc, "Disc Error!" is
displayed on the screen, and the disc is ejected.
[Player's Data Input Mode]
4 To exit this mode, press the CLEAR key. While data are being
read from the DVD DATA DISC, you cannot exit this mode.
[Player's Data Input Mode]
Disc Error!
6
<CLEAR> Exit
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<CLEAR> Exit
4
• Indication when the data have not been set
Insert The ID Data Disc !
If no ID data are set after the ID number is changed, the message
"NO ID DATA" displays on FL display after the power is turned on
or during Stop mode.
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7.1.10 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON/0FF
1 Power ON
• There are two kinds of Power ON: "Normal Power ON" and "Display Only Power ON".
• Normal Power ON
Power On operated when the Power button or the Play Pause button is pressed during standby
or operated automatically by the timer, etc.
• Display Only Power ON
Power On operated when the button of Remocon : TIMER/CLOCK ADJ. button is pressed during standby.
Power On operated only after various setting or checking of timer setting.
Power
On is disabled for about 3 seconds after Power OFF.
*
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2 Power ON timing chart (PDC125A Power ON sequence)
Normal Power ON
Elapsed time
Internal (Time elapsed
STEP
function after start of
Power ON)
STEP0 sy_ponlowp
0ms
STEP1
sy_pon1
60ms
STEP2
sy_pon2
STEP3
STEP4
B
Major control terminal
Contents of Control
SYSPOW(41P) L→H
Start of Power ON
90ms
Start of power supply to LCD driver, etc.
SYSPOW2(92P) L→H
Start of power supply to DVD in DVD function DVD ON/OFF(1P) L→H
240ms
Start of data transfer of FUNCTION IC
initialization
Start of data transfer of LCD driver
310ms
Start of communication control in TX function
450ms
Cancel of DVD Reset
Start of SEL_DATA(47P) communication control
Start of SEL_CLK(48P) communication control
Start of LCDDAT(26P) communication control
Start of LCDCS(27P) communication control
Start of LCDCLK(28P) communication control
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sy_pon3
sy_pon4
Start of TXCE(57P) communication control
Start of TXCLK(61P) communication control
Start of TXIDATA(66P) communication control
Start of TXODATA(62P) communication control
XDVDRST(93P) L→H
Start of SDATA(23P) communication control
Start of MDATA(24P) communication control
Start of SCLK(25P) communication control
Start of SYSCS1(30P) communication control
570ms
Start of BUS communication
600ms
Start of LCD display
XLCDRST(36P) L→H
Start of data transfer of VOLUME IC
initialization
Start of VOLCLK(46P) communication control
Start of VOLDATA/CE (45P) communication
control
STEP5
sy_pon5
1590ms
STEP6
sy_pon6
1980ms
STEP7
sy_pon7
2100ms
STEP8
sy_pon8
2130ms
5080ms
Cancel of Rejection of all buttons
XHPMUTE(31P) L→H
Cancel of Mute
XSYSMUTE(38P) L→H
XHPMUTE2(33P) L→H
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Elapsed time
Internal (Time elapsed
STEP
function after start of
Power ON)
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STEP0 sy_ponlowp
B
0ms
Major control terminal
Contents of Control
Start of Power ON
• All Mute On
SYSPOW(41P) L→H
STEP1
sy_pon1
60ms
STEP2
sy_pon2
120ms
Start of power supply to LCD driver, etc.
SYSPOW2(92P) L→H
STEP3
sy_pon3
240ms
Start of data transfer of LCD driver
Start of LCDDAT(26P) communication control
Start of LCDCS(27P) communication control
Start of LCDCLK(28P) communication control
STEP4
sy_pon4
570ms
Possible Fail-safe at Power ON
<<Detection of abnormity in PROTECT terminal (22P) >>… For the detailed specification of PROTECT, see the section 7.1.9.
When this terminal detects a failed state, the machine will stand by automatically 2 seconds after the system Power ON.
Then, the TIMER indicator will flash on and off.
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<<Detection of abnormity in 3.3 DETECT terminal (17P) >>…For the detailed specification of PROTECT, see the section 7.1.9.
When this terminal detects a failed state, the machine will stand by automatically 2 seconds after the system Power ON.
Then, the TIMER indicator will flash on and off.
<<Failure in BUS communication >>
• Defect in communication with DVD
After start of BUS communication, if proper communication is not conducted for 4.3 seconds in a row, the DVDRESET
terminal (93P) will be set to the limited time "L”.
• Defect in communication with MD
After start of BUS communication, if proper communication is not conducted for 2.5 seconds in a row, the MDRESET
terminal (35P) will be set to the limited time "L”.
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3 Power OFF timing chart (PDC125A Power OFF sequence)
• There are two kinds of Power OFF corresponding to the state of Power ON : "Normal Power OFF" and "Display Only
Power OFF".
• Normal Power OFF
Power OFF operated by the POWER button or the sleep timer
• Display Only Power OFF
Power OFF operated after various settings (or checking) in Display Only Power ON
A
Normal Power OFF
Elapsed time
Internal (Time elapsed
STEP
function after start of
Power ON)
STEP0
sy_poff0
0ms
Major control terminal
Contents of Control
B
XSYSMUTE (38P) H→L
DIMMER(70P) L→H
Start of Power OFF ("See you !" lights up.)
The state is monitored at this STEP till the stop of DVD
* enabled.
is
DVD: Max. 20 seconds
STEP1
sy_poff1
30ms
XDVDRST(93P) H→L (only DVD
function)
If the time exceeds the above value, the machine will forcefully
DVD ON/OFF(1P) H→L (only DVD
proceed to the next STEP.
function)
After P_DVDPOW terminal becomes H→L, the detection of
abnormity in the 3.3DETECT terminal(17P) will not be
conducted.
*
STEP2
sy_poff2
150ms
STEP3
sy_poff3
480ms
STEP4
sy_poff4
1800ms
End of LCD display ("See you !" lights out.)
sy_poff5
1890ms
Stop of power supply to the LCD driver, etc.
End of BUS communication
End of LCD driver control
SYSPOW2(92P) H→L
STEP5
STEP6
sy_poff6
2130ms
Final Power OFF control
Control of output terminal to the "L" output
SYSPOW (41P) H→L
STEP7
sy_poff7
2190ms
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All the buttons are disabled for 3 seconds after completion of
Power OFF.
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Elapsed time
Internal (Time elapsed
STEP
function after start of
Power ON)
A
Major control terminal
Contents of Control
Start of Power OFF ("See you !" lights up.)
• All the buttons are disabled to prevent malfunction.
STEP0
sy_poff0
0ms
STEP1
sy_poff1
4620ms
STEP2
sy_poff2
4710ms
End of LCD display ("See you !" lights out.)
STEP3
sy_poff3
4760ms
Stop of power supply to the LCD driver, etc.
* After SYSPOW2 terminal becomes H→L, the detection of
abnormity in the PROTECT terminal (22P) will not be
conducted.
SYSPOW2(92P) H → L
STEP4
sy_poff4
5000ms
Final Power OFF control
Control of output terminal to the "L" output
SYSPOW(41P) H → L
B
All the buttons are disabled for 3 seconds after completion of
Power OFF.
Possible Fail-safe at Power OFF
<<Detection of abnormity in PROTECT terminal (22P) >>…For the detailed specification of PROTECT, see the section 7.1.9.
When this terminal detects a failed state, the machine will stand by automatically 2 seconds after the system Power ON.
Then, the TIMER indicator will flash on and off.
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<<Detection of abnormity in 3.3 DETECT terminal (17P)>>…For the detailed specification of PROTECT, see the section 7.1.9.
When this terminal detects a failed state, the machine will stand by automatically 2 seconds after the system Power ON.
Then, the TIMER indicator will flash on and off.
<<Failure in BUS communication >>
• Defect in communication with DVD
After start of BUS communication, if proper communication is not conducted for 4.3 seconds in a row, the DVDRESET
terminal (93P) will be set to the limited time "L".
• Defect in communication with MD
After start of BUS communication, if proper communication is not conducted for 2.5 seconds in a row, the MDRESET
terminal (35P) will be set to the limited time "L".
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<<Abnormal termination of DVD >>
• Due to any other abnormal condition, If DVD cannot be put into a complete stop with Power OFF, after 20 seconds, the
machine will be forcefully powered off and enter in the stand-by state.
<< Abnormal termination of MD >>
• Due to any other abnormal condition, If MD cannot be put into a complete stop with Power OFF, after 50 seconds, the
machine will be forcefully powered off and enter in the stand-by state.
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7.1.11 SYSTEM COMPUTER PROTECT SPECIFICATION
Control specification of XPROTECT terminal (IC5501-22 pin)
A
1. Start of detection
• The detection starts in 1.5 seconds after the system Power ON (SYSPOW "L→H").
2. End of detection
• After the timing of the system Power OFF (SYSPOW2 "H→L"), the detection will not be conducted.
* After 240ms of the above timing, Power OFF is complete (SYSPOW "H→L").
3. Detection time
• At Protect NG, it is determined with over 48 times of consecutive agreement of the 10ms timer (Over 500ms in
the actual operation).
• In case of Protect OK, it is determined with one A/D conversion.
4. Detection range
Normal: 0.71Vdd or more (3.55V or more in case of Vdd=5V)
Abnormal: 0.36Vdd or more and less than 0.71Vdd (1.8V or more and less than 3.55V in case of Vdd=5V)
Failure: less than 0.36Vdd (less than 1.8V in case of Vdd=5V)
5. Operation at the detection of abnormity
Power is OFF within 30ms.
Abnormity is indicated by flashing the TIMER LED.
Power ON is enabled immediately after Power OFF.
6. Operation at the detection of a failure
Power is OFF within 30ms.
A failure is indicated by flashing the TIMER LED.
Power ON is disabled for about 1 minute after Power OFF (The key operation is rejected.)
The key mask processing is not conducted during the service test mode even if a failure is detected.
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Control specification of 3.3DETECT terminal (VDET) (IC5501-17 pin)
1. Start of detection
• The detection starts in 1.5 seconds after the system Power ON (SYSPOW "L→H").
• When the machine is shifted from a Function to the DVD Function, DVD Power for the tuning-on of the power to
DVD is OFF.
The detection starts in 500ms after (DVDON/OFF "L→H").
2. End of detection
• After the timing of the DVD Power OFF (DVDON/OFF "H→L"), the detection will not be conducted.
(During the system Power ON, the detection is not conducted at any Function other than DVD/CD.)
3. Detection time
• At Protect NG, it is determined with over 50 times of consecutive agreement of the 10ms timer (Over 500ms in the
actual operation).
• In case of Protect OK, it is determined with one A/D conversion.
4. Detection range
Normal: 0.5Vdd or more and 0.85Vdd or less (2.5V or more and 4.25V or less in case of Vdd=5V)
Failure: Voltage of less than 0.5Vdd or greater than 0.85Vdd (voltage of less than 2.5V or greater than 4.25V in case
of Vdd=5V)
5. Operation at the detection of a failure
Power is OFF within 30ms.
A failure is indicated by flashing the TIMER LED.
Power ON is disabled for about 1 minute after Power OFF (The key operation is rejected.)
The key mask processing is not conducted during the service test mode even if a failure is detected.
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Explanation about the operation of VDET
R801
470
NORMAL
: 3.3V
ABNORMAL : < 0.5VDD
> 0.85VDD
V+3R3
GNDD
GNDD
V+12
R823
15K
Q926
25A1576A(RS)
R824
10K
R822
47K
D861
D862
D852
GNDD
VDET
D801
UDZS4.7B
V+SR5 V+5V
B
R801
470
R821
Q801
DTC124EUA
IF Assy
CN5952
DVDM Assy
Through
TRADE2
POWER
4
4
C801 0.1
R853
10K
R882
10K
CN901
D851
R852
15K
VPR+8
R881
47K
V+12
Q881
2SA1576A(RS)
V+5V
R851
47K
V+12
D851
2SA1576A(RS)
A
VDET monitors the occurrence of abnormity in each power of DVDM with VDET signals.
VDET is at the Mid level (3.3V) under the normal condition. Under the following conditions, it is at the L or H level and the
abnormity is notified to the microcomputer.
R5517
220
R5617
1M
VDET
17
3.3 DETECT
µcom
IC5501
PDC125A
R821
10K
GNDD
L< 2.5VDD
H> 4.25VDD
Abnormity detection items of VDET
(1) In case that each power supply voltage in DVDM is in the abnormal state as shown in the following table;
State
C
Power
supply
Voltage
Operation
Q881
Normal
V+12
VPR+8
Abnormal
V+6R5
V+5
D
V+3R3
Q851
Q821
Q801
VDET voltage
off
off
off
off
Mid 3.3V
<8.8V
on
on
off
on
L
>15.5V
off
off
on
on
L
<5.2V
off
off
on
on
L
>12.6V
on
off
off
on
L
<3V
off
off
on
on
L
<3.6V
off
off
on
on
L
>6.6V
off
on
off
on
L
<2.5V
off
off
off
off
L
>4.25V
off
off
off
off
H
ON/OFF of each transistor
indicates the operating state
in case of regarding the transistor as a switching element.
(2) For the control specification of the 3.3 DETECT(VDET) terminal in the system microcomputer (PDC125A), see the "7.1.9
System Computer PROTECT Specification".
Explanation about the operation of PROTECT
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If XPROTECT (22pin of IC5501) has an abnormity as mentioned
below and the prescribed abnormity or failure detection voltage,
the microcomputer detects it, and immediately POWER is turned
OFF and TIMER LED starts flashing.
POWER ON will be disabled for one minute after POWER OFF
due to detection of failure.
However, this one-minute standby can be canceled by
entering the Service Test Mode.
The circuit of this XPROTECT detects the following states:
1 Detection of a short of PRE5.....If the voltage of PRE5 is
reduced (below 3.2V), the XPROTECT port will be almost 0.
2 Detection of a short of PRE12.....If the voltage of PRE12 is
reduced (below 3.2V), the XPROTECT port will be almost 0.
3 FAN+B (This is effective for the detection of V+B and PRE12, too.)
If the voltage of FAN+B is reduced (below 3.2V), the XPROTECT
port will be almost 0.
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4 Short of FAN.....If a failure occurs in FAN, causing a short-circuit
inside, Q3654 will be tuned ON and the XPROTECT will
become almost 0.
5 FAN Open.....If there is a failure in FAN or FAN doesn't rotate
due to some stress, Q3655 will be turned OFF and XPROTECT
will become almost 0.
6 Detection of a failure in VA-12.....If -12V exceeds -8V, Q92 will
be turned ON, and XPROTECT will be reduced almost to 0.
the control specification of the XPROTECT terminal of the
* For
System microcomputer (PDC125A), see the "7.1.9 System
Computer PROTECT Specification".
7 Detection of a failure in +9V for TUNER.....If VX+9V (about
9.0V) becomes 1V or less, a failure is detected.
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7.1.12 PROTECTION CIRCUIT
PROTECT actuating Map
A
IF ASSY
(XWZ4033)
VX+9
R3026
1K
VA+12
Q5711
2SC4081
D5713
DAN217
D3225
1S5355
R5712
10
B
R5711
220
VX+9 DETECT
D5711
UDZS10B
C5711
10/50
C
REGULATOR ASSY
(XWZ4039)
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R3935
R3934
R3933
OUT
C33
47/16
10K
R96
6
XPROTECT
MONITOR
POINT(W196)
REF5V
Q3003
Q3952
C31
1000/25
7
R3937
R3938
C3931
R3939
D3953
D3001
Q3951
D3951
C3932
R5643
R5644
C5597
C5596
Q3953
R5537
R5536
R5533
R5531
C5519
R5535
R5534
C5540
31
R5529
R5530
R5532
R5509
C5514
50
R5512
C5555
29
R
C
R556
R5577
R5578
R5557
R5502
R5501
R5602
R5626
R5551
C5502
C5509
R5510
R3046
Q3043
R3045 R3044
C5510
R5543
R5808
R5528
R5524
R5525
R5526
R5527
R5523
C5523
R5623
R5622
C5522
6
UTEST
STEST
4.7K
R95
51
VDET MONITOR
POINT(W171)
01
C5518
CN5951
55
R5601
R5933
IC
30
(XNP3094-B)
15.KEY3
Q92
2SC4081
C5589
80
R5508
R5507
R5932
25.FADET
26.GNDA
27.FAL
28.GNDA
29.FAR
81
R5615
C5507
GNDHP
1
R5617
R5515
C5517
C IF ASSY
10
0
R5517
R5518
R5519
R5522
5
7
8
• Protect Point
A
SIDE B
B
Q5804
R5594
C
R3936
D
VA-12 DETECT
TA7912S
IC31
IN
C32
0.047
E
D31
SECONDARY ASSY
(XWZ4042)
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7.1.13 DISASSEMBLY
A
Note : For performing the diagnosis shown below, the following jigs for service is required:
• Flexible cable for service (GGD1309)
• Cable for service (GGD1425)
1 Diagnosis of DVDM Assy
1
Turn the Drive Cam in the DVD Assy clockwise viewed from
the underside.
5
Remove 18 screws and detach the Bonnet.
Note :To prevent damage to the Drive Cam, conduct the
work with a cap of a ballpoint pen or a thin driver
with vinyl tape around it.
2
5
5
The Tray will come out, and pull it out by hand.
5
5
B
5
5
5
2
Drive Cam
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
C
5
5
5
1
Bonnet
5
Bottom View
3
4
D
Remove the Tray Cap.
Push the Tray back.
6
Remove the rivet with which IF Assy and Front Panel are
fixed.
7
Remove 4 screws and open the Front Panel.
IF Assy
6
7
7
E
Tray Cap
7
3
7
Front Panel
4
Bottom View
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Remove the FFC Cable of DVD Assy and 2 screws
(at both sides) with which DVD Assy is fixed, and pull out the
DVD Assy toward the Front.
FFC Cable
7
8
In case of conducting the diagnosis of the
Assy with all the boards opened.
A
10
Remove 8 screws.
11
Remove the rivet with which the IF Assy is fixed.
12
Remove the screw with which the PRIMARY Assy is secured.
10
10
10
8
B
10
10
8
Pulling-out direction
Rear panel
10
10
C
10
9
Rear View
Connect the extension cables for service (GGD1309,
GGD1425).
Extension cables for service
(GGD1309)
11
D
IF Assy
PRIMARY Assy
E
12
Extension cables for service
(GGD1425)
Diagnosis
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3
4
With all the boards opened, a diagnosis can be conducted.
Connect the extension cable for service (GGD1309,GGD1425).
Note : Be sure to connect the GND for audio output with the chassis.
If it is not connected, the sound may not play.
Extension cable for service
(GGD1309)
B
C
D
Extension cable for service
(GGD1425)
Connect the GND for audio output with the chassis.
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G
KARAOKE Assy
8
C
POWER Assy
IF Assy
D
DISP Assy
A
REGULATOR Assy
B
H
SECONDARY Assy
C
I
PRIMARY Assy
B
DVDM Assy
D
E
HP2 Assy
E
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How to detach the POWER Assy
1
A
3
4
Remove 4 cables from the connectors.
Remove 18 screws to detach the Bonnet.
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
B
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Bonnet
1
C
4
2
Remove 2 rivet with which IF Assy and Front Panel and
IF Assy and Mechanical Frame are secured respectively,
and detach the IF Assy together with FM/AM TUNER Unit
and Karaoke Assy.
Remove 12 screws to detach the Rear Panel.
Karaoke Assy
FM/AM TUNER Unit
D
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
E
Rear Panel
2
2
2
IF Assy
2
2
Rear View
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6
Remove 2 connectors that connect the Transformer and the
PRIMARY Assy and the Transformer and the SECONDARY
Assy, respectively.
Remove 2 screws with which the Mechanical Frame is fixed.
7
7
8
A
Remove the Mechanical Frame.
B
PRIMARY Assy
SECONDARY Assy
5
C
8
Remove 2 screws at the rear of the Mechanical Frame and
remove the AMP Module.
Mechanical Frame
5
POWER Assy
6
6
8
Mechanical Frame
8
D
Transformer
Bottom View
E
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A
2
3
Loosen 2 screws of the Heat Sink (each one at the top and
the bottom).
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4
Detach the POWER Assy and change IC3301.
POWER Assy
B
IC3301
REGULATOR Assy
POWER Assy
9
C
Replacement
9
D
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Removing the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S and 05SD Pickup Assy-S
A
1 05 LOADER Assy
1
2
Short-circuit point by soldering.
Disconnect the three flexible cables.
Note: After replacement, connect the flexible
cable for pickup, then remove the
soldered joint (open).
DVDM Assy
05SD Pickup Assy-S
B
2
1
2
2
Rear view
Bottom view
05 LOADER Assy
C
2 Bridge 04, Tray
1
2
3
Remove the one screw.
Remove the bridge 04.
3
Pull out the tray, then remove it by pressing the
hook.
-2
Hook
D
Bridge 04
1
2
E
Note when reinserting the tray
When reinserting the tray, first align the triangle
printed on the loading base and the pin of the drive
cam, then insert the tray.
Drive cam
Pin
3
-2
Tray
F
Front side
Loading base
Triangle
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A
1
Flexible cable
for the spindle motor
Dislodge the two flexible cables from their factory
placement.
Front Side
1
B
1
C
Flexible cable for the pickup
Bottom view
D
2
3
Unhook the four hooks.
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Remove the Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
2
×2
3
E
2
×2
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Note: The 05SD Pickup Assy can be removed
without removing the TTraverse Mechanism
Assy-S.(shown as Step π.)
05SD Pickup Assy-S
1
Front Side
Disconnect the flexible cable for the pickup.
B
1
C
Flexible cable for the pickup
Bottom view
D
2
3
Remove the two adjustment screws.
Adjustment screw
(skew screw VK1)
Remove the 05SD Pickup Assy.
2
2
Adjustment screw
(skew screw VK1)
05SD Pickup Assy-S
3
E
Note: Be careful not to lose the adjustment spring
(skew spring VK1).
Adjustment screw
(skew screw VK1)
Adjustment spring
(skew spring VK1)
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4
Remove the one screw.
05SD Pickup Assy
Note: The screw is secured with the silicone
adhesive.
Make sure to apply the silicone adhesive after
reattaching the screw.
Joint VK1B
B
Joint spring VK1
4
Silicone Adhesive
GEM1037
C
Arrangement of the flexible cable for the spindle motor
: Conductive surface
Hook
Front Side
D
E
Hook
F
Bottom view
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Arrangement of the flexible cable for the pickup
A
: Conductive surface
Note:
Be sure to move the 05SD Pickup Assy to the innermost perimeter.
1
Fold the flexible cable for the pickup with the backing outward
in the illustration below.
4
5
Hook the part folded in Step 1 to the hook.
Pass the flexible cable through the hook.
Reference line
Reference line
Hook
1
B
5
4
Backing
76 mm
Hook
C
2
Attach the flexible cable for the pickup to the connector.
6
7
Fold the flexible cable along the hook.
Pass the flexible cable through the hook.
Hook
2
7
Backing
6
Front Side
D
Bottom View
Hook
3
Pass the flexible cable through the hook.
E
Hook
Hook
3
Make sure that the cable is loose
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7.2.1 IC
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• The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
• List of IC
PDC125A, MM1623BF
PDC125A (CONTROL ASSY : IC5501)
• System Control Microcomputer
Pin Function
No. Function Name of Chip I/O
B
I/O DVDON/OFF
Control power supply for DVD module
2
PA4/RD#
I/O HPDET
Detect to insert headphone
3
PA5/RS
I/O NC
4
P70 / INT0 / T0LCP / AN8
I/O ACPULSE
5
P71 / INT1 / T0HCP / AN9 I/O NC
6
P72 / INT2 / T0IN
I/O NC
7
P73 / INT3 / T0IN
I/O REMOCON
8
RES#
9
XT1 / AN10
E
F
AC PULSE input (Interruption)
REMOCON signal input (Interruption)
I
XRESET
µ-com reeset input
I
XT1
32.768kHz sub clock connection (0.1W correspondence)
I/O XT2
32.768kHz sub clock connection (0.1W correspondence)
11 VSS1
–
VSS1
VSS1
12 CF1
I
CF1
10MHz crystal oscillator
13 CF2
O
CF2
10MHz crystal oscillator
–
VDD1
VDD1
14 VDD1
D
Actual Function
PA3/WR#
10 XT2 / AN11
C
HAL
1
15 P80 / AN0
I/O SIMUKE
16 P81 / AN1
I/O NC
17 P82 / AN2
I/O VDET
DVD3.3V detection input
18 P83 / AN3
I/O KEY1
Key Input
19 P84 / AN4
I/O KEY2
Key Input
20 P85 / AN5
I/O NC
21 P86 / AN6
I/O NC
22 P87 / AN7
I/O XPROTECT
Protection and Fan Error detection input
23 P10/SO0
I/O SDATA0
System bus data output (AMP side output) for MD
24 P11 / SI0 / SB0
I/O MDATA0
System bus data input (AMP side input) for MD
25 P12 / SCK0
I/O SCLK0
System bus clock input for MD
26 P13 / SO1
I/O LCDDAT
Data for LCD driver
27 P14 / SI1 / SB1
I/O LCDCS
Chip enable for LCD driver
28 P15 / SCK1
I/O LCDCLK
Clock for LCD driver
29 P16/T1PWML
I/O SYSCS2
Chip select for system bus
30 P17/T1PWMH/BUZ
I/O SYSCS1
Chip select for system bus
31 PE0
I/O XHPMUTE
HP MUTE ON/OFF
32 PE1
I/O XRECMUTE
REC OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF
33 PE2
I/O XHPMUTE2
HP MUTE2 ON/OFF
34 PE3
I/O BASS_BOOST Control P. BASS
35 PE4
I/O XMDRST
MD microcomputer reset
36 PE5
I/O XLCDRST
Reset for LCD driver ÅistandbyÅj
37 PE6
I/O TIMERLED
Control TIMER LED
38 PE7
I/O XSYSMUTE
Control mute of system
Destination distinction input
39 VSS4
–
VSS4
VSS4
40 VDD4
–
VDD4
VDD4
41 PF0
I/O SYSPOW
Control power supply of system
42 PF1
I/O ATT6dB
Control ATT 6dB
43 PF2
I/O STEST
Set TESTMODE for Service
44 PF3
I/O UTEST
Set UNITCHECK for checker
45 PF4
I/O VOLDATA/CE Data/CE for E-vol IC(BD3814FV E-VOL)
46 PF5
I/O VOLCLK
Clock for E-vol IC(BD3814FV E-VOL)
47 PF6
I/O SEL_DATA
AUDIO INPUT SELECT DATA (BD3841FS) (When this port is not used, please connect ro
GND) and set as Input
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No. Function Name of Chip I/O
Actual Function
HAL
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48 PF7
I/O SEL_CLK
AUDIO INPUT SELECT CLOCK (BD3841FS) (When this port is not used, please connect
ro GND) and set as Input
49 SI2P0/SO2
I/O SDATA2
System bus data output (AMP side output) for DVD
50 SI2P1/SI2/SB2
I/O MDATA2
System bus data input (AMP side input) for DVD
51 SI2P2/SCK2
I/O SCLK2
System bus clock input for MD
52 SI2P3/SCK20
I/O NC
53 PWM1
O
NC
54 PWM0
O
NC
55 VDD2
–
VDD2
VDD2
56 VSS2
–
VSS2
VSS2
B
57 P00
I/O TXCE
Chip enable for tuner LSI
58 P01
I/O KCONSTB
Strobe for Key Control IC
59 P02
I/O KCONCLK
Clock for Key Control IC
60 P03
I/O KCONDATA
Data for Key Control IC
61 P04
I/O TXCLK
Clock for tuner LSI
62 P05
I/O TXODATA
Data for tuner LSI
63 P06
I/O VOCALC
Control for VOCALC
64 P07
I/O VOCALB
Control for VOCALB
65 P20/INT4/T1IN
I/O VOCALA
Control for VOCALA
66 P21/INT4/T1IN
I/O TXIDATA
Input data from tuner LSI
67 P22/INT4/T1IN
I/O DVDACK
Ackknowlegement from DVD MODULE(Interruption)
68 P23/INT4/T1IN
I/O FADET
Detects the insertion of Front Audio In mini jack
69 P24/INT5/T1IN
I/O NC
70 P25/INT5/T1IN
I/O DIMMER
71 P26/INT5/T1IN
I/O NC
72 P27/INT5/T1IN
I/O ECHCNT1
Control for ECHO1
73 P30
I/O ECHCNT2
Control for ECHO2
74 P31
I/O NC
75 P32
I/O NC
76 P33
I/O NC
77 P34
I/O NC
78 P35
I/O NC
79 P36
I/O NC
80 PB7/D7
I/O NC
81 PB6/D6
I/O NC
82 PB5/D5
I/O NC
83 PB4/D4
I/O NC
84 PB3/D3
I/O NC
85 PB2/D2
I/O USBDET
86 PB1/D1
I/O NC
87 PB0/D0
I/O NC
88 VSS3
89 VDD3
Dimmer control 2 stages switching
D
Detects the insertion of USB
E
–
VSS3
VSS3
–
VDD3
VDD3
90 PC7/A7
I/O P_SPDIF_POW SPDIF output on/off control
91 PC6/A6
I/O NC
92 PC5/A5
I/O SYSPOW2
0.1W correspondence of System Power Control
93 PC4/A4
I/O XDVDRST
RESET to DVD MODULE
94 PC3/A3
I/O NC
95 PC2/A2
I/O DIG_POW
96 PC1/A1
I/O NC
97 PC0/A0
I/O NC
C
External DIGITAL IN on/off control H: DIGITAL IN on (turns on only at the time of LINE2)
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Pin Function
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No. Function Name of Chip I/O
98 PA0/CS2#
Actual Function
HAL
I/O FLASHE/D
for FLASH writing
99 PA1/CS1#
I/O FLASHDO
for FLASH writing
100 PA2/CS0#
I/O FLASHCLK
for FLASH writing
B
C
D
E
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PCM2900 (DISPLAY ASSY : IC5201)
• USB Receiver
Pin Arrangement
A
(TOP VIEW)
D+
D–
VBUS
DGNDU
HID0
HID1
HID2
SEL0
SEL1
VCCCI
AGNDC
VINL
VINR
VCOM
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SSPND
VDDI
DGND
TEST1
TEST0
VCCXI
AGNDX
XTI
XTO
VCCP2I
AGMDP
VCCP1I
VOUTL
VOUTR
B
Block Diagram
VCCCI VCCP1I VCCP2I VCCXI
VDDI
AGNDC
AGNDP
AGNDX
DGND
Power
Manager
5-V to 3.3-V Voltage Regulator
C
DGNDU
SSPND
TEST0
TEST1
VBUS
VINL
ADC
ISO-In
End-Point
FIFO
Selector
VCOM
Analog
PLL
Control
End-Point
D
D+
XCVR
Analog
PLL
USB SIE
VINR
D–
SEL0
SEL1
VOUTL
ISO-Out
End-Point
FIFO
DAC
VOUTR
E
HID0
HID1
HID2
HID
End-Point
USB
Protocol
Controller
PLL (x8)
96 MHz
Tracker
(SpAct)
F
XTI 12 MHz
XTO
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Pin Function
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B
C
D
No.
Pin Name
I/O
Pin Function
1
D+
I/O USB differential input/output plus (1)
2
D–
I/O USB diffenrial input/output minus (1)
3
VBUS
–
Connect to USB power (VBUS)
4
DGNDU
–
Digital ground for USB transceiver
5
HID0
I
HID key state input (mute), active high (3)
6
HID1
I
HID key state input (volume up), active high (3)
7
HID2
I
HID key state input (volume down), active high (3)
8
SEL0
I
Must be set to high (5)
9
SEL1
I
Must be set to high (5)
10 VCCCI
–
Internal analog power supply for codec (4)
11 AGNDC
–
Analog ground for codec
12 VINL
I
ADC analog input for L-channel
13 VINR
I
ADC analog input for R-channel
14 VCOM
–
Common for ADC/DAC (VCCCI/2) (4)
15 VOUTR
O
DAC analog output for R-channel
16 VOUTL
O
DAC analog output for L-channel
17 VCCP1I
–
Internal analog power supply for PLL (4)
18 AGNDP
–
Analog ground for PLL
19 VCCP2I
–
Internal analog power supply for PLL (4)
20 XTO
O
Crystal oscillator output
21 XTI
I
Crystal oscillator input (2)
22 AGNDX
–
Analog ground for oscillator
23 VCCXI
–
Internal analog power supply for oscillator (4)
24 TEST0
I
Test pin, must be connected to GND
25 TEST1
O
Test pin, must be left open
26 DGND
–
Digital ground
27 VDDI
–
Internal digital power supply (4)
28 SSPND
O
Suspend flag, active low (Low:suspend, High:operational)
(1) LV-TTL level
(2) 3.3-V CMOS level input
(3) 3.3-V CMOS level input with internal pulldown. This pin informs the PC of serviceable control signals such as mute, volume up,
or volume down, which has no connection with the internal DAC or ADC directly.
(4) Connect a decouple capacitor to GND
(5) TTL Schmitt trigger, 5 V tolerant
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7.2.2 DISPLY
XAV3029 (DISP ASSY V5901)
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• LCD Module
Block Diagram
DIGITAL ANGLE MONO LP 2 4 V.SURROUND BB RPT – 1 PGM
DISC
REC
X2
MD
TONE
D.VOL BGM RDM
TUNED GROUP
03
13
04
14
05
06
15
16
07
08
17
18
9
09
19
0A
PRGSVE
DIGITAL
0B
1A
1B
1
0C
1C
0D
1D
LR
KEY
ECHO
KARAOKE
B
DDRAM address (11 characters × 2 lines)
SD=0, CD=0
Block Diagram
C
VDD
VDD
VSS
VSS
VREF
LCD PANEL
15
VREF
RESET
IC1
RESET
STB
STB
SCK
SCK
DATA
68
D
DATA
Pin Function
No.
Pin Name
Pin Function
E
1
N.C.
N.C.
2
VDD
Power supply for logic
3
VSS
Power supply (GND)
4
VREF
A standard voltage of internal regular voltage power supply is input to this terminal. Input the voltage of the
level according to a set voltage of LCD power supply.
5
RESET
L : OFF the display.
6
STB
Write enable input. STB is low during data writing.
7
SCK
Start data write. Input data of internal shift register is latched at the positive edge of SCK.
8
DATA
Input serial data. Writing data sets the command of this LSI and the data for the display.
9
N.C.
N.C.
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8. PANEL FACILITIES
A
Front panel
5 PUSH OPEN
Pressing down on this side of the door will
open the control panel.
6
1
7
2
STANDBY/ON
B
KARAOKE
DVD/CD
INPUT
FM/AM
VOLUME
8
7 Function select buttons
Selects the source you want to listen to (INPUT
cycles through the auxiliary inputs).
9
8 VOLUME +/Adjusts the volume level.
3
+
DVD/CD
TIMER
4
6 SYSTEM DISPLAY
Switches between information and clock
displays.
-
9
STEREO DVD RECEIVER
HA5DVD
10
DVD/CD playback controls
DVD/CD Opens/closes the disc tray.
Jumps to the next chapter or track.
C
5
PUSH OPEN
12
MIC
11
MIN
PHONES
INPUT
13
MAX
VOL
MAIN
SUB
F. AUDIO
USB
Jumps to the beginning of the current
chapter or track, then to previous chapters/
tracks.
Stops playback.
10 Disc tray
1
11 MIC VOL and MIC input jacks
Controls the volume of the karaoke mics
(MAIN and SUB).
Remote sensor
2 KARAOKE
Selects audio channels for karaoke.
D
12 PHONES jack
Headphone jack.
3
STANDBY/ON
Switches the player on or into standby.
13 INPUT
Connect an auxiliary component using a USB
cable or a stereo mini-jack cable.
4 TIMER indicator
Lights when the timer has been set.
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Display
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2
3
4
ANGLE
5
6
7
8
A
9
V.SURROUND BB RPT - 1 PGM
DIGITAL
DISC
LR
ECHO KEY
KARAOKE
TONE
RDM
TUNED
10
11
12
13
14
B
1 DISC (
)
Lights when a disc is loaded in the disc tray.
2 ANGLE
Lights during multi-angle scenes on a DVD
disc.
3 TONE
Lights when the bass or treble has been
adjusted.
4 V.SURROUND
Lights when Virtual Surround is switched on.
5 BB
Lights when the bass boost is switched on.
6 RPT-1
RPT lights during repeat play (RPT-1 lights
during repeat one-track play).
10 Tuner indicators
TUNED - Lights when a broadcast is being
received.
- Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is
being received in auto stereo mode.
- Lights when FM mono reception is selected.
C
11 RDM
Lights during random playback.
12 Character display
13 DTS
Lights during playback of a DTS source.
14 Karaoke indicators
KARAOKE (Vocal cancel) - Vocals in the
backing track are partially eliminated using
EQ.
7 PGM
Lights during program play.
L - Left channel only. Use for tracks that
have a vocal recorded in the right channel.
8
R - Right channel only. Use for tracks that
have a vocal recorded in the left channel.
Timer indicators
- Lights when the wake-up timer is set.
D
L R - Use to put a single-channel vocal
track into the center of the mix.
- Lights when the wake-up timer is set
and flashes when it activates.
KEY - Lights when the Karaoke pitch
control is selected.
- Lights when the sleep timer is active.
ECHO - Lights when the Karaoke ECHO
effect is selected.
9 2 DIGITAL
Lights during playback of a Dolby Digital
signal.
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Remote control
4
BASS BOOST
Switches the bass boost on or off.
STANDBY/ON
1
2
3
B
4
DVD/CD
FUNCTION
FM/AM
INPUT
BASS
TIMER/
BOOST CLOCK ADJ.
VIRTUAL
SURROUND SFC
DVD
AUDIO SUBTITLE
TOP MENU
ST -
14
SFC
Selects sound modes from the Sound Field
Control.
15
MUTE
Mutes the volume.
SOUND
Accesses settings in the Sound menu,
such as the tone controls.
16
5 VOLUME
Adjusts the volume level.
ST +
ENTER
6 TOP MENU
Displays the top menu of a DVD disc.
RETURN
TUNE -
8
11
VIRTUAL SURROUND
Switches the Virtual Surround effect on or off.
DVD MENU
HOME
MENU
10
ZOOM
TUNE +
7
9
VOLUME
6
C
13
DVD/CD
SYSTEM
SETUP
MUTE SOUND ANGLE
5
17
7 ENTER, TUNE & cursor control buttons
Navigates on-screen displays and menus.
ENTER selects an option or executes a
command.
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
8 HOME MENU
Press to display (or exit) the on-screen menu
for Initial Settings, Play Mode functions, etc.
CLEAR
4
5
6
ENTER
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
MARK
7
8
9
0
9
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM DISP/CHARA
KARAOKE
ECHO
Sound control buttons
Playback controls
Starts/resumes playback.
KEY CONTROL
12
/
Use for reverse / forward scanning.
D
Jumps to the next chapter or track.
Jumps to the beginning of the current
chapter or track, then to previous chapters/
tracks.
1
STANDBY/ON
Switches the player on or into standby.
2 FUNCTION buttons
Selects the source you want to listen to (INPUT
cycles through the auxiliary inputs).
E
Pauses playback; press again to restart.
Stops playback.
3 TIMER/CLOCK ADJ.
Use for setting the clock , as well as
for setting and checking the timers.
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10 Number/character buttons
The number buttons can be used for selecting
tracks directly, or for selecting items from an
on-screen menu.
7
8
14 SYSTEM SETUP
Use to make various system settings.
A
15 DVD control buttons
AUDIO
Selects the audio channel or language.
CLEAR
Clears an entry.
ENTER
Selects menu options, etc. (works exactly
the same as the ENTER button in 7 above).
11 REPEAT
Selects a repeat play mode.
SUBTITLE
Selects a subtitle display.
ANGLE
Changes the camera angle during DVD
multi-angle scene playback.
ZOOM
Changes the zoom level.
RANDOM
Selects a random play mode.
PROGRAM
Use to program/play a program list.
DISP/CHARA
Switches between information in the
display and between uppercase
and lowercase letters when naming radio
station presets.
B
16 DVD MENU
Displays the DVD menu (for Video CD/Super
VCDs, DivX video and WMA/MP3/JPEG discs,
the Disc Navigator screen appears).
17 RETURN
Press to return to a previous menu screen.
12 KARAOKE controls
KARAOKE
Selects audio channels for karaoke.
C
ECHO
Changes the echo level on the karaoke
mics.
KEY CONTROL
Lowers/raises the pitch of the backing
track.
13 DVD/CD Opens/closes the disc tray.
D
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7 Jigs list
A
Name
Service Remote Control Unit
DVD Test Disc (DVD-Video)
CD Test Disc
Cable (5P)
Flexible Cable (25P)
DVD Data Disc
Jig No.
GGF1381
GGV1025
STD-905
GGD1425
GGD1309
GGV1175
Remarks
adjustment, diagnosis
Check of DVD-Video
Check of CD
diagnosis of DVDM ASSY
diagnosis of DVDM ASSY
diagnosis (ID data setting)
B
7 Lubricants and Glues list
C
Name
Lubricating Oil
Daifree
Silicone Adhesive
Screw tight
Lubricants and Glues No.
GYA1001
GEM1036
GEM1037
GYL1001
Remarks
refer to "2.4 05 LOADER ASSY"
refer to "2.4 05 LOADER ASSY"
refer to "2.5 TM ASSY VK1AVC"
refer to "6.5 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT"
7 CLEANING
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Position to be cleaned
Cleaning tools
Pickup leneses
Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008
Position to be cleaned
Cleaning tools
Fans
Cleaning paper : GED-008
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