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DVD PLAYER
DV-626D
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Type
Model
DV-626D
Power Requirement
Region No.
KU
AC120V
1
KC
AC120V
1
WY
AC220 - 240V
2
WV
AC220 - 240V
2
Remarks
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................... 2
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ................. 4
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .. 12
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ........................... 37
5. PCB PARTS LIST ................................................ 52
6. ADJUSTMENT ..................................................... 59
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ...................................................
7.1.1 TEST MODE SCREEN DISPLAY .............
7.1.2 TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................
7.1.3 ERROR CODE .........................................
7.1.4 DISASSEMBLY ........................................
7.2 PARTS ...........................................................
7.2.1 IC .............................................................
7.2.2 DISPLAY ..................................................
8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS .......
61
61
61
63
64
68
69
69
86
87
PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER ELECTRONIC (EUROPE) N.V. Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
c PIONEER CORPORATION 1999
T – IZE AUG. 1999 Printed in Japan
DV-626D
1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. 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
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65
NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols
(fast operating fuse) and/or
be of identical designation.
(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must
REMARQUE
(POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible
(fusible de type rapide) et/ou
de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.
(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pièces
(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the
continued protection of the customer and service
technician.
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water
pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester
such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the
earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance
(input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control
shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly
into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch
on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.
Reading should
Leakage not be above
current 0.5mA
tester
Device
under
test
Test all
exposed metal
surfaces
Also test with
plug reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)
AC Leakage Test
2
Earth
ground
2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
have special safety related characteristics. These are
often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified
by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list
in this Service Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which does
not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER
recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in
this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER
Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from
PIONEER.
DV-626D
IMPORTANT
THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS
LASER OF CLASS 1.
SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS
SHOULD BE DONE BY A SPECIALLY
INSTRUCTED PERSON.
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 655 nm
FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5mW
WAVELENGTH : 785 nm
LABEL CHECK
WY and WV types
(Printed on the Rear Panel)
Additional Laser Caution
1. Inside detection switch (S201 on the SMEB assy) and loadingstatus detection switch (S301 on the LOSB assy) are detected
by the microprocessor (IC11 in the DVDM assy).
• To permit the laser diode to oscillate, it is required to set the
inside detection switch for the inside position (S201 : ON) and to
set the loading-status detection switch for the clamp position (the
center terminal of S301 is shorted to +5V). The 650 nm laser
diode for DVD oscillation will continue if pin 19 of IC1 is shorted
to +5V (fault condition) in the DVDM assy.
The 780 nm laser diode for CD oscillates if pin 20 of IC1 is shorted
to +5V in the DVDM assy.
In the test mode ∗ , the laser diode oscillates when microprocessor detects a PLAY signal, or when the PLAY key is pressed
(S106 ON in the FLKY assy), with the above requirements satisfied.
2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens
with the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.
∗ : See page 61.
3
DV-626D
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND 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.
• Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
2.1 PACKING
10
WV Type Only
18
KU and KC
Types Only
11
4
KC Type Only
3
1
21
12
22
2
WY and WV
Types Only
18
13
KU, KC and WY
Types Only
WY Type Only
14
15
16
20
9
8
6
5
7
23
19
KC Type Only
4
FRONT
DV-626D
(1) PACKING PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
Part No.
Mark No.
1
2
3
4
5
Audio Cord (L = 1.5m)
Video Cord (L = 1.5m)
Remote Control Unit
Dry Cell Battery (R6P, AA)
Pad F
VDE1033
VDE1034
See Contrast table (2)
VEM-013
VHA1238
6
7
8
Pad R
Packing Case
Mirror Mat Sheet
(750 × 600 × 0.05)
Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 × 200 × 300)
VHA1239
See Contrast table (2)
Z23-007
Warranty Card
Operating Instructions (English)
Operating Instructions (French)
Operating Instructions
(English/French)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
9
NSP
Description
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
VHL1051
NSP
Description
Operating Instructions
(German/Italian)
Operating Instructions
(Spanish/Portuguese)
Operating Instructions
(Dutch/Swedish)
Part No.
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
17
18
19
20
•••••
Power Cord
KC Label
Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 × 200 × 300)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
21
22
23
Battery Cover
Cord Holder
Label
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
VRW1629
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
DV-626D/KU, KC, WY and WV are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No.
Mark No.
Symbol and Description
KU Type
KC Type
WY Type
NSP
3
3
7
10
11
Remote Control Unit (CU-DV036)
Remote Control Unit (CU-DV050)
Packing Case
Warranty Card
Operating Instructions (English)
WV Type
VXX2627
Not used
VHG1825
ARY7023
VRB1225
VXX2627
Not used
VHG1825
ARY7024
VRB1225
Not used
VXX2644
VHG1827
ARY7022
Not used
Not used
VXX2644
VHG1860
ARY7022
Not used
12 Operating Instructions (French)
13 Operating Instructions
(English/French)
14 Operating Instructions
(German/Italian)
Not used
Not used
VRC1096
Not used
Not used
VRD1092
Not used
VRD1092
Not used
Not used
VRD1093
Not used
15 Operating Instructions
(Spanish/Portuguese)
16 Operating Instructions
(Dutch/Swedish)
18 Power Cord
Not used
Not used
VRD1094
Not used
Not used
Not used
VRD1095
Not used
ADG7021
ADG7021
ADG1127
ADG7004
19 KC Label
20 Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 × 200 × 300)
20 Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 × 230 × 340)
Not used
VHL1051
VRW1716
VHL1051
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Z21-038
Z21-038
21 Battery Cover
22 Cord Holder
VNK4423
Not used
VNK4423
Not used
AZA7204
Not used
AZA7204
VHC1049
Remarks
5
DV-626D
WY and WV Types Only
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
18
1
11
16
15
12
13
14
10
11
WY and WV Types Only
5
4
10
17
KU Type Only
6
7
8
9
3
20
10
19
Refer to "2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION".
2
(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Bonnet S
Door Panel
DVD Plate
POWER Button
PW Button Joint
VXX2651
VNK4450
VAM1088
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
11
12
13
14
15
Screw
Clamper Plate
Bridge
Clamper
Screw
BCZ40P060FZK
VNE2068
VNE2069
VNL1738
BPZ26P080FZK
Tray
Tray Stopper
Tray Stopper Spring
Door Holder
Screw
VNL1731
VNL1739
VBH1277
VNK4509
IBZ30P080FMC
16
17
18
19
20
Screw
65 Label
Caution Label
Screw
Door Spring
BBZ30P080FMC
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
VBA1057
VBH1305
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
DV-626D/KU, KC, WY and WV are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No.
Mark No.
Symbol and Description
KU Type
KC Type
WY Type
4
5
17
18
6
POWER Button
PW Button Joint
65 Label
Caution Label
Not used
Not used
ARW7050
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
VNK4184
VNK4179
Not used
VRW1699
WV Type
VNK4184
VNK4179
Not used
VRW1699
Remarks
DV-626D
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION
KU and KC
Types Only
WY and WV
Types Only
10
10
8
9 (1/1)
16
11
2
3
4
10
10
7
1
9 (2/2)
15
6
5
12
13
14
(1) FRONT PANEL SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
NSP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
FLKY Assy
PWSB Assy
DILB Assy
8 Key
Front Panel
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
VWG2099
VNK4462
See Contrast table (2)
11
12
13
14
15
LED Lens
Illumi Holder
Illumination Filter
Illumination Lens
Sub Panel
See Contrast table (2)
VNK4098
VEC1950
VNK4168
VNK4453
FL Lens
Name Plate
PW Button (POWER)
Main Key
Screw
See Contrast table (2)
PAM1776
See Contrast table (2)
VNK4447
BBZ30P080FMC
16
Flexible Cable (15P)
VDA1728
(FLKY CN101 ↔ DVDM CN602)
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
DV-626D/KU, KC, WY and WV are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No.
Mark No.
Symbol and Description
KU Type
KC Type
WY Type
NSP
1
2
5
6
8
FLKY Assy
PWSB Assy
Front Panel
FL Lens
PW Button (POWER)
11 LED Lens
WV Type
VWG2089
VWG2094
VNK4460
VEC2062
VNK4101
VWG2089
VWG2094
VNK4460
VEC2062
VNK4101
VWG2090
VWG2095
VNK4440
VEC2055
Not used
VWG2090
VWG2095
VNK4440
VEC2055
Not used
Not used
Not used
PNW2019
PNW2019
Remarks
7
DV-626D
2.4 BOTTOM VIEW SECTION
23
7
Refer to
"2.5 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY".
WY and WV
Types Only
A
23
3
24
B
A
10
B
23
WY and WV
Types Only
28
To
PICKUP
11
Assy
12
23
25
17
C
23
WY and WV
Types Only
23
23
D
E
23
23
9
23
23
23
1
23
29
26
4
22
2
27
30
21
6
F
D
C
F
E
13
20
5
WY and WV
Types Only
18
19
23
16
8
14
DV-626D
(1) BOTTOM VIEW SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
NSP
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
NSP
1
2
3
4
5
DVDM Assy
JCKB Assy
MSWB Assy
POWER SUPPLY Assy
SCRB Assy
6
7
8
9
VQEB Assy
See Contrast table (2)
Loading Mechanism Assy
VWT1162
•••••
Flexible Cable (12P)
VDA1692
(DVDM CN3 ↔ LOSB CN301)
10
Flexible Cable (26P)
VDA1689
(DVDM CN2 ↔ POWER SUPPLY CN201)
Flexible Cable (29P)
VDA1726
(DVDM CN905 ↔ JCKB CN666)
Flexible Cable (15P)
VDA1727
(DVDM CN901 ↔ JCKB CN999)
11
12
13
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
Description
Part No.
16
17
18
19
20
Base Chassis
Rear Panel
Insulator
Foot Assy (Rubber)
SYPS FFC Binder
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
PNW2766
REC1263
VEC2069
21
22
23
24
25
PCB Hinge
PCB Holder
Screw
PC Support
Label
VEC1174
PNW2100
BBZ30P080FMC
See Contrast table (2)
VRW1629
26
27
28
29
30
PCB Spacer
PCB Holder
Card Spacer
PCB Spacer
PCB Support Cushion
DEC1389
VNE2122
See Contrast table (2)
VEC2077
VEC2079
Flexible Cable (12P)
See Contrast table (2)
(SCRB CN1 ↔ JCKB CN777)
Flexible Cable (07P)
See Contrast table (2)
(SCRB CN2 ↔ DVDM CN904)
•••••
14
15
(2) CONTRAST TABLE
DV-626D/KU, KC, WY and WV are constructed the same except for the following :
Part No.
Mark No.
Symbol and Description
KU Type
KC Type
WY Type
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
14
16
17
WV Type
DVDM Assy
JCKB Assy
MSWB Assy
POWER SUPPLY Assy
SCRB Assy
VWS1384
VWV1682
Not used
VWR1316
Not used
VWS1384
VWV1682
Not used
VWR1316
Not used
VWS1393
VWV1681
VWG2073
VWR1314
VWV1721
VWS1393
VWV1681
VWG2073
VWR1314
VWV1721
VQEB Assy
Flexible Cable (12P)
Flexible Cable (07P)
Base Chassis
Rear Panel
VWV1669
Not used
Not used
VNA2064
VNA2065
VWV1669
Not used
Not used
VNA2064
VNA2065
VWV1711
VDA1692
VDA1739
VNA2091
VNA2099
VWV1711
VDA1692
VDA1739
VNA2091
VNA2099
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
VEC1584
QEC1012
VEC1584
QEC1012
24 PC Support
28 Card Spacer
Remarks
9
DV-626D
2.5 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY
• Top View
• Bottom View
21
20
22
Refer to
1
"2.6 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY-S".
17
2
18
8
9
19
7
16
3
4
10
5
15
13
14
11
12
6
LOADING MECHANISM ASSY PARTS LIST
Mark No.
1
2
3
4
5
NSP
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Traverse Mechanism Assy-S
Screw
Drive Cam
Drive Gear
Lock Plate
VXX2653
DBA1006
VNL1736
VNL1735
VNL1820
11
12
13
14
15
Loading Motor Assy
VXX2505
DC Motor / 0.3W
PXM1027
Motor Pulley
PNW1634
LOMB Assy
VWG1886
Connector Assy
VKP2198
(LOMB CN401 ↔ LOSB CN303)
Loading Base
Belt
Gear Pulley
LOSB Assy
Loading Gear
VNL1844
VEB1260
VNL1733
VWG1885
VNL1734
16
17
18
Screw
VBA1055
Screw
Z39-019
Flexible Cable (08P)
VDA1698
(LOSB CN302 ↔ SMEB CN202)
Float Base
VNL1815
NSP
19
20
21
22
10
Description
Floating Rubber
Flexible Cable (24P)
(Pickup Assy ↔ DVDM CN4)
Cushion
Part No.
VEB1286
VDA1701
VEB1312
DV-626D
2.6 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY-S
• Top View
37
18
33
35
28
15
30
10
5
34
16
10
19
13
8
37
6
22
20
10
33
26
18
11
32
14
25
10
12
27
31
37
23
9
7
37
21
7
17
2
24
29
7
1
3
36
4
TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY-S PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
SMEB Assy
FGSB Assy
Motor
Motor
Pickup Assy
VWG2048
VWG2009
VXM1079
VXM1078
VWY1055
21
22
23
24
25
Hook
FFC Holder
Mechanism Base
FG Holder
Gear A
VNL1770
VNL1802
VNL1806
VNL1807
VNL1808
6
7
8
9
10
Table Sheet
Screw
Centering Spring
Hook Spring
Skew Spring
DEC2040
VBA1058
VBH1278
VBH1317
VBH1303
26
27
28
29
30
Gear B
Gear C
Slider
Gear D
Magnet
VNL1809
VNL1810
VNL1811
VNL1814
VYM1024
11
12
13
14
15
Gear Spring
Reflected Sheet
Guide Bar
Sub-guide Bar
Hold Spring
VBH1308
VEC1959
VLL1504
VLL1505
VNC1017
31
32
33
34
35
Screw
Screw
Screw
Magnet Holder Assy
Spindle Motor Assy
JFZ17P025FZK
JGZ17P028FMC
VBA1051
VXX2507
VXX2649
16
17
18
19
20
Magnet Holder
Motor Base
Cover
Centering Ring
Disc Table
VNE2070
VNE2154
VNE2155
VNL1746
VNL1747
36
37
Carriage Motor Assy
Screw
VXX2650
PBA1069
1
2
3
4
5
Description
NSP
Part No.
11
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
SPDL
MOTOR
CN120
RF
10
OEIC
7,6,
3,2
FCS
TRKG
T_DRV
22
T_RTN
23
3
B1-B4
7,6,
3,2
F_DRV
24
RF
10
F_RTN
21
E DVDM ASSY
(24P)
(24P)
6-9
21
RF IC
IC101
LA9701M
54
46
22
42
23
35
DVD
DECODER
MY CHIP
BH
PH
IC701
PD4995A
FE
TE
36/16M
55
170
DSPRF
56
27M
107
4
RFO
57
24
33M 16M
SD0-SD7 149,150,
152-155,
158,159
SREQ
162
56
CDDATA
111
48
57-60
63-66
64
MPEG2
DECODER
MITUBISHI
AV-1
YCBR0-7
95-98, (Y0-Y7)
100-103
74
DOUT0
DOUT1
73
IC801
M65773FP
68-71
Q105
AD0-2,
ADD
PICKUP
ASSY
B LOSB
ASSY
(12P)
7
2
8
1
5
(8P)
6
LOAD+
7
(8P)
LOAD-
9
B
C
SMEB
ASSY
2
1
1
2
31
3
32
FDO
3
14
7
SLDR_F
4
5
9
15
6
34
4
35
17
SPDL & FTS
DRIVER
IC352
M56788FP
28
47
TDO
20
SLDR_R
6
CN202
CARRIAGE
MOTOR
SPDL-
10
32 33 30 31 39
13 12 10 9
CN1030
SPDL+
8
4
3
M
(12P)
CN301
CN302
48
SLDO
45
SPDO
SERVO DSP
IC201
LC78652W
46
37
CN303
CN401
16M SDRAM
IC802
MB811171622A
-100FN
4M DRAM
IC702
MN414800CSJ-07
SYSTEM
CONTROL CPU
SH1 BASE ASIC
IC601
PD3410A
14
LODDRV
16M
FLASH
MEMORY
IC603
VYW1646
WORK SRAM
(1M)
IC604
TC55V1001AF8
M
LOADING MOTOR
A LOMB
ASSY
VIDEO ENCODER
(6ch, DNR)
IC101
PM0023AF
WY,WV TYPES ONLY
OUTR Q501
(15P)
(15P)
CN602
CN101
15
FL CONTROL
IC101
PE5141A
1
CN801
-1/2
CN101
-1/2
7
27
(Y0-Y7)
4
3
KEY SW
C
2
REMOTE
SENSOR
1
DNR
D0-D7
IR
SEL IR
13
14
14
IR
15
SW+5V
130
2
1
2
3
Q512
OUTV Q541
VIDEO
FILTER Q542
OUTY Q551
Q552
OUTC Q531
Q532
8
6
1
6
7
G
30
(B)
5
B
28
3
F102
(15P)
CN901
(V)
2
V
22
(Y)
4
Y
24
(C)
6
CN102
1
4
OUTB Q511
R/C
32
(G)
10
117
C
26
10
12
8
SEL IR
6
IR
5
(6P)
CN301
1
Q522
25-32
34
115
CN103
3
12
OUTG Q521
D0-D7
12
SEL IR
128
125
4
F101
136
H FLKY ASSY
FL TUBE
V101
VAW1050
CN101 CN802 (7P)
VIDEO
-2/2 (R,C) -2/2 CN904
FILTER Q502
16M SDRAM
IC102
MB811171622A-100FN
(6P)
CN201
F
VQEB
ASSY
(22P)
CN905
DOUT0
J
DILB
ASSY
I
PWSB
ASSY
DOUT1
4
16
5
15
16M
5
: RF Signal Route
: Audio Signal Route (L ch)
D
(V)
(Y)
(C)
(R)
(G)
(B)
1
27M
IC807
TC74VHCT541ADT
IC22
TC7WH74FU
33M
6
1
23
26
23
36/16M
: R Signal Route
22
6
5
1
21
CLOCK GENERATOR
IC21
CY2081SL-655
7
: G Signal Route
: B Signal Route
12
1
2
3
DTSDATA
DIR
IC903
LC89051V
: V Signal Route
: Y Signal Route
: C Signal Route
ADATA1
4
ADATA1
ADATA2
ADATA3
ADATA0
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
(26P)
M + 6V
+12V
WY,WV
TYPES
ONLY
(26P)
CN110
CN201
1,2
1,2
5
5
+12V
7
7
+5V
10
|
12
10
|
12
POWER
S1000
CN102
L
POWER
SUPPLY
ASSY
1
1
2
2
CN101
MSWB ASSY
LIVE
1
+3.3V
13
|
16
13
|
16
EV+5V
22
22
– 27V
26
26
M
A
AC IN
2
NEUTRAL
WY,WV TYPES ONLY
K SCRB ASSY
IC2
TK15402M
(7P)
CN2
R/C
EDO DRAM
IC803
M5M4V18165
DTP-6S
G
B
JA1
AV OUT
(V,Y)
(R,C)
15
(G)
11
(B)
7
5
3
1
(G)
3
10
12
(B)
5
19
(R,C)
9
7
B
3
KU, KC TYPES
ONLY
1
Q8,Q9
SELECTOR
IC1
TC4W53F
6
1
7
(R.C)
(G)
(12P)
(V)
(Y)
10
8
(C)
JA904
SR OUT
10
11
1
JA801
R ch
(V)
COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUT
(V)
23
3
4
7
(12P)
(Y)
(15P)
CN999
6
6 12
L
Y
10 4
CN777
G JCKB ASSY
9
VIDEO
3
R
CN1
(B)
6
VIDEO
AMP
IC801
LA7135M
Q805,
Q806
(V)
Q705,
Q706
(Y)
15
(C)
19
Q715,
Q716
(C)
21
(Y)
17
(CB)
Y
OPTICAL
(29P)
IC901
COAXIAL
24
11
9
DTS
DECODER
IC501
YSS912C-F
10
7
5
8
7
9
29
84
28
2
3
JA301
Lt1
Lt2
Rt1
Rt2
FRONT L
R ch
96k,24bit
6ch DAC
IC401
UDA1328T/S1
1
2
3
5
6
23
2
SELECTOR
IC404,IC405,IC666
TC74VHC157FT
JA101
CENTER
1
7
PR
ANALOG
COMPONENT
VIDEO
OUT
KU, KC TYPES ONLY
IC301
NJM5532MD
1
PB
JA601
AC-3/PCM
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
IC666
4
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
(C)
(CR)
IC902
C
13
JA903
SR IN
CN666
JA701
(Y)
(Y)
D
IC101
BA4560F
SUB WOOFER
6
2
4
3
IC201
BA4560F
L SURROUND
1
13
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.2 LOMB, LOSB, SMEB, FGSB ASSYS and OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
A
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
WY, WV TYPES ONLY
K
SCRB ASSY
(VWV1721)
B
WY, WV
TYPES
ONLY
G G 1/2, G 2/2
JCKB ASSY
(KU, KC : VWV1682)
(WY, WV : VWV1681)
KU, KC
TYPES
ONLY
C
J
H
DILB ASSY
(VWG2099)
D
FLKY ASSY
(KU, KC : VWG2089)
(WY, WV : VWG2090)
I
PWSB ASSY
(KU, KC : VWG2094)
(WY, WY : VWG2095)
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
A
WY, WV TYPES ONLY
M MSWB ASSY
(VWG2073)
E
E 1/4- E 4/4
L
POWER SUPPLY ASSY
(KU, KC : VWR1316)
(WY, WV : VWR1314)
DVDM ASSY
(KU, KC: VWS1384)
(WY, WV: VWS1393)
AC POWER CORD
KU, KC : ADG7021
WY : ADG1127
WV : ADG7004
KU, KC
: AC120V 60Hz
WY, WV
: AC220-240V 50/60Hz
(T)
B
(T)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(T)
(F)
(F)
(T)
PICKUP
ASSY
(VWY1055)
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
(F)
(T)
(S)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
: SLIDER SERVO LOOP LINE
D
FGSB ASSY
(VWG2009)
PC101
TLP910(O)
F
R101
680
VQEB ASSY
(KU, KC: VWV1669)
(WY, WV: VWV1711)
CN201
52044-0345
CN301
VKN1272
S301
VSK1011
CN302
VKN1268
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
CN101
CN101
(S)
B
A
CARRIAGE MOTOR
ASSY
(VXX2650)
(SLIDER)
LOSB ASSY
(VWG1885)
LOMB ASSY
(VWG1886)
CN303
B2B-PH-K-S
CN401
B2B-PH-K-S
C
SMEB
ASSY
(VWG2048)
D
LOADING MOTOR
ASSY
(VXX2505)
SPINDLE MOTOR
ASSY
(VXX2649)
5
6
C
CN202
S201
VKN1212 DSG1016
7
A B C D
8
15
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.3 DVDM ASSY (1/4)
E 1/4 DVDM ASSY (KU, KC : VWS1384) , (WY, WV : VWS1393)
A
1
E 2/4
E 2/4
(DVD)
(DVD)
CN201
VKN1324
2
CN110
VKN1479
E 2/4
E 2/4
(CD)
4
E 2/4
(CD)
(CD)
CN201
E 2/4
L
(DVD)
B
(F)
E 2/4
(F)
(F)
(T)
(F)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
CN120
VKN1484
(T)
(F)
(F)
PICKUP ASSY
C
E 2/4
(F)
(T)
E 2/4
E 2/4
E 2/4 E 2/4
(F)
(T)
(T)
(F)
E 2/4
CN1030
IC352 :
SPDL & FTS
DRIVER
16
E 1/4
1
2
3
(T)
(S)
E 2/4
(T)
(T)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(F)
(F)
(S)
(F)
D
B CN301
VKN1471
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
A
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
: ROM DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(F)
(T)
(S)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
: SLIDER SERVO LOOP LINE
(DVD)
(DVD)
E 2/4
R1
KU,KC
−
WY,WV 33k
R2 R3 R4
10k − 10k
22k 10k −
FOR CHECKER
E 3/4
B
E 2/4
E 2/4
6
5
(CD)
(CD)
C
(S)
(F)
(T)
IC751
E 2/4
E 2/4
E 2/4
7
E 2/4
8
E 2/4
E 2/4 E 4/4
11
10 9
E 2/4
D
5
6
7
E 1/4
8
17
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.4 DVDM ASSY (2/4)
E 2/4 DVDM ASSY (KU, KC : VWS1384)
A
3 TO 5
CONVERTER
(WY, WV : VWS1393)
E 1/4
E 1/4
MC74VHCT541ADT
E 3/4
TC55V1001AF8
VYW1646
E 4/4
5 TO 3
CONVERTER
MC74VHCT541DT
B
E 4/4
E 3/4
E 3/4
E 4/4
E 1/4
(V_SEL)
E 1/4 E 3/4
X601
20MHz
DSS1110
E 1/4
C
E 3/4
RB521S-30
E 1/4
E 1/4
D
E 1/4
E 1/4
E 3/4
E 1/4
E 1/4
18
E 2/4
1
2
E 4/4
E 1/4
3
4
RB521S-30
E 1/4
E 1/4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: ROM DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
MN414800CSJ-07
A
E 4/4
E 3/4
E 2/4
E 3/4
E 4/4
B
E 1/4
E 1/4
E 1/4
E 1/4
DVD ENCODER
3
E 3/4
E 1/4
C
E 1/4
E 3/4
E 3/4
E 1/4
H CN101
E 1/4
E 1/4
D
5
6
7
E 2/4
8
19
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.5 DVDM ASSY (3/4)
E 3/4 DVDM ASSY (KU, KC : VWS1384) , (WY, WV : VWS1393)
A
KU, KC ONLY
B
E 2/4
100/10
C
MPEG2 DECODER
MITSUBISHI AV1
100/10
3 - 5 CONVERTER
E 2/4
D
E 2/4
E 2/4
20
E 3/4
1
2
3
TC74VHCT541ADT
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: ROM DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(V)
(Y)
(C)
(R)
(G)
(B)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
: R SIGNAL ROUTE
: G SIGNAL ROUTE
: B SIGNAL ROUTE
A
E 2/4
E 2/4
E 4/4
E 2/4
E 1/4
B
CLOCK GENERATOR
F
CN101
E 4/4
E 2/4
(V)
(Y)
(C)
(B)
(G)
C
(R)
E 2/4
E 2/4
E 2/4
E 4/4
E 4/4
5
D
6
7
E 3/4
8
21
1
2
3
4
VSX-806RDS
3.6 DVDM ASSY (4/4)
E 4/4 DVDM ASSY (KU, KC : VWS1384) , (WY, WV : VWS1393)
A
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(V)
DIR
E 3/4
E 2/4
(Y)
(C)
(R)
(G)
(B)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
: R SIGNAL ROUTE
: G SIGNAL ROUTE
: B SIGNAL ROUTE
E 2/4
E 2/4
VKN1585
E 3/4
B
E 2/4
3 TO 5 CONVERTER
G 1/2
CN666
MC74VHCT541ADT
E 3/4
C
(Y)
(V)
E 2/4
G 2/2
(C)
CN999
E 1/4
(R)
(G)
K CN2
(B)
D
E 3/4
WY, WV ONLY
22
E 4/4
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
23
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.7 VQEB ASSY
WY, WV ONLY
F
A
(R)
(B)
(C)
(V)
(Y)
(G)
VQEB ASSY
(KU, KC : VWV1669)
(WY, WV : VWV1711)
B
(6 ch, DNR) VIDEO ENCODER
C
D
24
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
WY, WV ONLY
A
(R)
18
(R)
(R)
(B)
20
(B)
(B)
B
(G)
19
(G)
(G)
E 3/4
CN802
(V)
14 , 17
(C)
(Y)
(C)
(C)
(B)
C
(G)
(V)
12 , 15
(R)
(V)
13 , 16
(Y)
(Y)
(V)
(Y)
(C)
5
6
: ROM DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(R)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
(G)
7
(B)
D
: R SIGNAL ROUTE
: G SIGNAL ROUTE
: B SIGNAL ROUTE
F
8
25
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.8 JCKB ASSY (1/2)
G 1/2 JCKB ASSY
(KU, KC : VWV1682) , (WY, WV : VWV1681)
A
E 4/4
CN905
G 2/2
B
IC401 :
96k, 24 bit
6 ch DAC
C
DTS DECODER
D
26
G 1/2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
A
WY, WV
ONLY
G 2/2
B
G 2/2
UDZS6.2B
WY, WV
ONLY
TC4W53F
UDZS6.2B
C
D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
5
6
7
G 1/2
8
27
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.9 JCKB ASSY (2/2)
G 2/2 JCKB ASSY
A
(KU, KC : VWV1682)
(WY, WV : VWV1681)
G 1/2
KU, KC
ONLY
WY, WV
ONLY
(V)
(V)
B
CN901
(Y)
(C)
(C)
(V)
(C)
E 4/4
(Y)
(Y)
WY, WV
ONLY
WY, WV ONLY
C
(V)
WY, WV
ONLY
K CN1
G 1/2
KU, KC ONLY
(Y)
KU, KC
ONLY
D
WY, WV ONLY
28
G 2/2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
(V)
(Y)
(C)
A
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
(V)
(V)
(V)
VIDEO AMP
(V)
(V)
B
(Y)
(C)
(C)
(Y)
(C)
(Y)
(Y)
(C)
(C)
(Y)
(C)
WY, WV
ONLY
(C)
(C)
C
KU, KC ONLY
(Y)
5
(Y)
(CB)
(CB)
(CR)
(CR)
6
7
(PB)
(PR)
D
G 2/2
8
29
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.10 FLKB, PWSB and DILB ASSYS
A
H
S101-S106: ASG7013
FLKY ASSY
(KU, KC : VWG2089)
(WY, WV : VWG2090)
R141
KU,KC 6.2k
WY,WV 27k
R143
36k
20k
B
WY, WV ONLY
KU, KC ONLY
C
FL TUBE
D
30
H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
A
I
PWSB ASSY
(KU, KC : VWG2094)
(WY, WV : VWG2095)
WY, WV ONLY
WY, WV
ONLY
B
S201-S209: ASG7013
E 2/4
CN602
KU, KC ONLY
C
J
DILB ASSY
(VWG2099)
FLKY ASSY
PWSB ASSY
S101 : 8 (PAUSE)
S201 : STANDBY/ON(POWER)
S102 : 7 (STOP)
S202 : CENTER
S103 : ¡¢ (FORWARD)
S203 : SURROUND
S104 : 41 (REVERSE)
S204 : SUBWOOFER
S105 : 0 (OPEN/CLOSE)
S205 : 5.1CH MODE
S106 : 3 (PLAY)
S206 : PICTURE CONTROL
S207 : VERTUAL DOLBY DIGITAL
S208 : AUDIO
S209 : FL DIMMER
R118-R119
KU, KC : 0
WY, WV : 12
5
6
7
H I J
8
D
31
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.11 SCRB ASSY
A
K
SCRB ASSY (VWV1721) (WY, WV ONLY)
CN1
VKN1243
B
(V)
G 2/2
(Y)
(V)
CN777
(C)
E 4/4
(C)
(C)
(V)
CN904
(Y)
C
(C)
(V)
CN2
VKN1238
(Y)
(C)
(C)
(V)
(C)
(V)
(V)
(V)
D
32
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(V)
(Y)
(C)
A
: V/CB SIGNAL ROUTE
: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
JA1
VKB1127
B
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(V)
(C)
(V)
(V)
(V/)
(V)
(V)
C
D
5
6
7
K
8
33
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
3.12 POWER SUPPLY and MSWB ASSYS
NOTE OF SPARE PARTS IN POWER SUPPLY (SYPS) ASSY
A
• In case of repairing, use the described parts only to prevent an accident.
• Please write the red
mark on the board when the primary section of POWER SUPPLY (SYPS) Assy is repaired.
• Please take care to keep the space, not touching other parts when replacing the parts.
L
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (KU, KC: VWR1316) (WY, WV: VWR1314)
T101
7
9
6
10
5
11
D108
VZF1045
C112
Q103
VZF1062
C110
L104
R105
R130
R108
Q101
VZF1062
C111
B
4
C122
L103
C116
R131
R116
2
14
D107
1SS270A
C120
R110
Q102
2SC3377
R109
R113
D103
VZF1077
C117
R114
D104
MTZJ2.4B R111
D105
1SS270A
R112
Q104
2SC1740S
R120
D106
(1/2)
VZF1071
C115
12
GND2
1
D109
(1/2)
VZF1071
13
16
KU,KC
ONLY
CN101
YKE31-0120
AC IN
C
1
D153
F101
KU,KC : 2A/125V (REK1078)
WY,WV : 2A/250V (VEK1049)
F101
15
D152
L101
T102
1
LIVE
C101
4
1
R101
3
2
C102
R151
C153
C151
2
D101
VZF1044
2
10
NEUTRAL
1
NEUTRAL
CN102
LIVE
C104
C103
D102
EG01C
3
C105
FG101
2
5
D110
1SS270A
S
S
IC151
D
BP
S
FB
S
D120
C121
C154
8
D151(1/2)
VZF1071
1
POWER
6
S1000
ASG1006
2
C107
D
M MSWB ASSY
WY, WV ONLY
34
L M
1
(VWG2073)
2
3
4
C108
5
6
7
8
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• NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT
CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS ONLY.
P211
VEK1041
1.0A/60V
L211
39µH/1.3A
D211
VZF1065
C212
100/35
C211
330/35
L711
39µH/1.3A
D711
VZF1065
CN201
R711
0.51 1/2W
52806-2610
VZC1061
C711
330/35
IC311
VZF1078
D311
VZF1076
I
G
C311
330/35
R201
47
R203
1.5k
O
CT
IC411
VZF1074
D411
VZF1075
I
D106
(2/2)
VZF1071
R202
1k
C411
330/35
D412
O
G
R204
330
C201
0.47/50
IC201
AN1431T
CT
R411
1.2k
C412
100/35
R412
680
R205
1.5k
C313
47/35
R514
10k
C511
47/50
D513
MTZJ8.2B
R511
33
D511
10ELS2
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
M+6V
M+6V
GND (M+6V, M+12V)
GND (M+6V, M+12V)
M+12V
GND (D+12V)
D+12V
GND (+5V)
GND (+5V)
+5V
+5V
+5V
+3.3V
+3.3V
+3.3V
+3.3V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
EV. +5V
P ON/OFF
FLAC
FLAC
-27V
E 1/4 CN110
D213
MTZJ15B
A
B
VZC1057
R611
D611
VZC1060
D811
VZF1054
L811
R801
47
D151
(2/2)
VZF1071
C
R803
1.5k
R802
1k
R806
680
R804
100
D109
(2/2)
VZF1071
C811
330/35
IC801
AN1431T
C611
0.01/50
C612
0.01/50
C812
330/35
C801
0.47/50
Q801
R805
1.5k
D
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491001 MFD. BY
LITTELFUSE INC. FOR P211.
5
6
7
L
8
35
DV-626D
WAVEFORMS
Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
Measurement condition : No. 1 to 4 and 6 to 11 : Disc MA1, Title 1-chp 1
No. 5
: CD, ABEX-784 Track 1
No. 12 to 14
: MJK1, Title 1-chp 4 or T2-1
No. 15 to 17
: MJK1, Title 1-chp 5 or T2-19
No. 18 to 20
: T2-19, Color-bar (WY and WV Types only)
DVDM ASSY
1
VQEB ASSY
Foot of R169 (RF)
V: 100mV/div. H: 0.2µsec/div.
7
Q281 - Collector (FG)
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
12
Q541 Base (Composite Video output)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
18
Q501 Base
(R output when select RGB)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
GND
GND
2
CN201 - pin 5, 6 (RFO)
V: 500mV/div. H: 0.1µsec/div.
GND
GND
8
Foot of R261 (FPWM)
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
13
Q551 Base (Y output)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
19
Q521 Base
(G output when select RGB)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
GND
3
IC701 - pin 170 (MY CHIP input)
V: 1V/div. H: 0.2µsec/div.
GND
GND
GND
9
Foot of R262 (VPWM)
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
14
Q531 Base (C output )
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
20
Q511 Base
(B output when select RGB)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
GND
GND
GND
4
CN201 - pin 9, 10 (Tracking Error)
(AI-Inner Tracking Off)
V: 500mV/div. H: 2msec/div.
10
Foot of R263 (PPWM)
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
15
Q541 Base (CB output when selecting
color difference output)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
GND
GND
5
IC201 - pin 39 (EFM before slice)
V: 1V/div. H: 1µsec/div.
11
Foot of R264 (RPWM)
V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div.
16
Q551 Base (Y output when selecting
color difference output)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
17
Q531 Base (CR output when selecting
color difference output)
V: 0.1V/div. H: 10µsec/div.
GND
GND
6
IC201 - pin 1 (EFM)
V: 1V/div. H: 0.2µsec/div.
GND
36
GND
GND
1
2
3
4
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4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A
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
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.
Part Name
Connector
Capacitor
Transistor
B C E
B
C
E B
C
SIDE A
E
Transistor
with resistor
B C E
G S D
D
G S
Field effect
transistor
D G S
P.C.Board
Chip Part
SIDE B
B
Resistor array
3-terminal
regulator
4.1 LOMB, LOSB, SMEB and FGSB ASSYS
B LOSB ASSY
A LOMB ASSY
C
(VNP1628-A)
(VNP1628-A)
LOADING
MOTOR
E CN1030
PC101
CARRIAGE
MOTOR
M
R101
M
(VNP1695-A)
D FGSB ASSY
SPINDLE
MOTOR
C SMEB ASSY
(VNP1661-B)
D
SIDE A
1
2
3
A B C D
4
37
1
2
3
4
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• This PCB is a four-layered board.
4.2 DVDM ASSY
E DVDM ASSY
A
G CN666
G CN999
K CN2
IC23
IC26
IC31 Q810 Q808
Q812
IC25
IC54
Q809 Q807 Q811
IC21
IC801
VR851 IC807
VC21 IC22
IC806
B
IC903
IC261
IC303
PICKUP
ASSY
IC302 IC702
IC610
Q111
Q112 Q107
C
IC101
IC601
B
CN301
Q112
Q102
IC761
Q281
IC352 IC603
IC606
Q601
Q602
D
(VNP1706-B)
L CN201
38
E
1
H CN101
SIDE A
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
• This PCB is a four-layered board.
E DVDM ASSY
A
IC905
IC803
IC27
IC805
IC802
IC73
F
B
CN101
IC201
IC701
IC231
Q542
IC608 Q179
Q106 Q105 Q237
IC299
Q543 Q113
Q106
IC904
IC609 Q114
IC611
IC612
IC701
IC701
IC751
C
Q101
Q103
IC792
Q251
IC604
IC791
IC607
D
(VNP1706-B)
SIDE B
1
2
3
E
4
39
1
2
3
4
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4.3 VQEB ASSY
F VQEB ASSY
A
SIDE A
B
(VNP1696-B)
VR102
VR101
Q551 Q541
Q531
Q521 Q511
Q501
IC1
IC103
IC106
IC105
F VQEB ASSY
SIDE B
C
(VNP1696-B)
D
E CN802
Q1
40
F
1
2
IC102
Q502 Q512
Q522 IC104
Q532 Q542
Q552
3
4
1
2
3
4
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4.4 SCRB ASSY
K SCRB ASSY
Q5
Q8
A
Q9
B
(VNP1723-A)
G CN777
E CN904
SIDE A
K SCRB ASSY
C
(VNP1723-A)
Q6
Q7
IC3
IC1
Q10
IC2
Q3
Q4
D
Q2
Q1
SIDE B
1
2
3
K
4
41
1
2
3
4
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4.5 JCKB ASSY
A
G JCKB ASSY
B
C
Q194
Q193
Q384
Q294 Q293
IC101
IC201
Q385
IC222
IC262
Q395
IC301
Q396
Q371
IC405 IC540
Q345
IC351
IC400
IC404
IC401
SIDE A
D
42
G
1
2
3
4
IC50
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
A
B
C
(VNP1707-A)
K CN1
IC501
Q805
Q806
IC555
E CN905
Q705
Q666
Q706
IC666
E CN901
Q715
IC601 Q716
IC901
IC902
IC999
IC505
Q996
D
5
6
7
G
8
43
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
DV-626D
A
G JCKB ASSY
B
C
SIDE B
D
44
G
1
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
A
B
C
(VNP1707-A)
Q393
Q391
Q394
Q392
Q382
Q381
Q292 Q291
Q192
Q191
Q365
Q261
D
5
6
7
G
8
45
1
2
3
4
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4.6 FLKY, PWSB and DILB ASSYS
A
H FLKY ASSY
B
I PWSB ASSY
C
(VNP1709-A)
D
SIDE A
46
H I
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
A
E CN602
B
(VNP1709-A)
Q101
IC101
IC102
C
J DILB ASSY
(VNP1709-A)
D
5
6
7
H J
8
47
1
2
3
4
DV-626D
A
H FLKY ASSY
IC102
B
C
J
DILB ASSY
(VNP1709-A)
SIDE B
D
48
H J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DV-626D
A
Q102
B
(VNP1709-A)
I
PWSB ASSY
C
(VNP1709-A)
D
5
6
7
H I
8
49
1
2
3
4
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4.7 POWER SUPPLY ASSY (For KU and KC Types)
AC IN
A
L
POWER SUPPLY
ASSY
NEUTRAL
LIVE
B
Q104
Q101
Q103
IC151
Q102
C
Q801
IC801
IC201
IC411
IC311
D
SIDE A
50
L
1
E CN110
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
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4.8 POWER SUPPLY and MSWB ASSYS (For WY and WV Types)
AC IN
A
POWER SUPPLY
ASSY
NEUTRAL
LIVE
M MSWB ASSY
L
B
(VNP1707-A)
Q104
Q101
Q103
IC151
Q102
C
Q801
IC801
IC201
IC411
IC311
D
E CN110
SIDE A
1
2
3
L M
4
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Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
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%).
561 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
560 Ω
→
56 × 101 →
473 ........................................................ RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
47k Ω
→
47 × 103 →
0.5 Ω
→
R50 ..................................................................................... RN2H R 5 0 K
1Ω
→
1R0 ..................................................................................... RS1P 1 R 0 K
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5621 ...................................................... RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F
5.62k Ω →
562 × 101 →
LIST OF WHOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES
Mark
Symbol and Description
Part No.
KU Type
KC Type
WY Type
WV Type
NSP
NSP
NSP
LOAB ASSY
LOMB ASSY
LOSB ASSY
VWM1798
VWG1886
VWG1885
VWM1798
VWG1886
VWG1885
VWM1798
VWG1886
VWG1885
VWM1798
VWG1886
VWG1885
NSP
NSP
NSP
TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY
SMEB ASSY
FGSB ASSY
VWT1161
VWG2048
VWG2009
VWT1161
VWG2048
VWG2009
VWT1161
VWG2048
VWG2009
VWT1161
VWG2048
VWG2009
DVDM ASSY
VQEB ASSY
JCKB ASSY
VWS1384
VWV1669
VWV1682
VWS1384
VWV1669
VWV1682
VWS1393
VWV1711
Not used
VWS1393
VWV1711
Not used
JCKB ASSY
JCKB ASSY
MSWB ASSY
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
VWM1936
VWV1681
VWG2073
VWM1936
VWV1681
VWG2073
FLKB ASSY
FLKY ASSY
PWSB ASSY
DILB ASSY
VWM1931
VWG2089
VWG2094
VWG2099
VWM1931
VWG2089
VWG2094
VWG2099
VWM1932
VWG2090
VWG2095
VWG2099
VWM1932
VWG2090
VWG2095
VWG2099
SCRB ASSY
POWER SUPPLY ASSY
Not used
VWR1316
Not used
VWR1316
VWV1721
VWR1314
VWV1721
VWR1314
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
52
Remarks
DV-626D
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES
E DVDM ASSY
VWS1384 and VWS1393 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
Symbol and Description
IC803
C834,C838,C840
R1
R2
R3
R4
R961-R963, R965
CN904 7P FFC CONNECTOR
Part No.
VWS1384
VWS1393
M5M4V18165DTP-6S
CKSRYF104Z16
Not used
RS1/16S103J
Not used
Not used
Not used
RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
Not used
Not used
Not used
RS1/10S0R0J
VKN1575
Remarks
F VQEB ASSY
VWV1669 and VWV1711 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
Symbol and Description
Part No.
VWV1669
VWV1711
IC104
Q1
Q501,Q502,Q511,Q512,Q521,Q522
F101
C107,C108,C127,C128,C502,C512,C522,C601
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
TC4W53F
DTC124EK
2PB709A
VTF1155
CKSRYB104K16
R119
R121
R408
R502,R512,R522
R503,R506,R513,R516,R523,R526
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
RS1/16S271J
RS1/10S2701F
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S3300F
RS1/16S182J
R504,R514,R524
R505,R515,R525
R507,R517,R527,R538
Not used
Not used
Not used
RS1/16S4700F
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S0R0J
Remarks
G JCKB ASSY
VWV1682 and VWV1681 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
Symbol and Description
S601
S801
C691
C693,C696
C812
R8,R88,R326,R329,R339,R669,R821,R888
R692,R694,R697
R693,R696,R699,R812
R881
R882
R884
R885
CN777 12P FFC CONNECTOR
JA601 3P PIN JACK
KN101 EARTH METAL FITTING
PCB BINDER
PC BOARD JCKB
Part No.
VWV1682
VWV1681
VSH1009
Not used
CEAT102M6R3
CEAT471M6R3
Not used
Not used
VSH1020
Not used
Not used
CKSQYB105K10
Not used
RN1/10SC62R0D
RS1/10S0R0J
Not used
Not used
RS1/10S0R0J
Not used
Not used
RS1/10S103J
RS1/10S153J
RS1/10S682J
Not used
Not used
VKB1112
VNF1084
Not used
RS1/10S682J
VKN1243
Not used
Not used
Not used
VNP1707
VEF1040
Not used
Remarks
53
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Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
H FLKY ASSY
VWG2089 and VWG2090 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
I
Symbol and Description
Part No.
VWG2089
VWG2090
C123
R118-R120
R141
R143
R144
Not used
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S622J
RS1/10S363J
RS1/10S0R0J
CEJA220M6R3
RS1/10S120J
RS1/10S273J
RS1/10S203J
Not used
R145,R146
Not used
RS1/10S0R0J
Remarks
PWSB ASSY
VWG2094 and VWG2095 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark
Symbol and Description
Part No.
VWG2094
VWG2095
Q201
D201
S201
C201
R201
Not used
Not used
ASG7013
Not used
Not used
PDTA124EK
SLR-343VC
Not used
CKSQYF104Z25
RS1/10S0R0J
R204
J201
Not used
Not used
RS1/10S181J
DE012WC0
Remarks
PCB PARTS LIST FOR DV-626D/KU UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
A LOMB ASSY
Description
Part No.
D FGSB ASSY
OTHERS
CN401
Mark No.
SEMICONDUCTOR
KR CONNECTOR
B2B-PH-K-S
PC101
TLP910(O)
RESISTORS
All Resistors
B LOSB ASSY
RS1/10S
J
SWITCH
S301
VSK1011
OTHERS
CN303
CN302
CN301
SWITCH
S201
DSG1016
OTHERS
54
DVDM ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
KR CONNECTOR
B2B-PH-K-S
8P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1268
12P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1272
C SMEB ASSY
CN201
CN202
E
3P FFC CONNECTOR
8P FFC CONNECTOR
PC BOARD SMEB
52044-0345
VKN1212
VNP1695
IC21
IC101
IC201
IC903
IC352
CY2081SL-655
LA9701M
LC78652W
LC89051V
M56788FP
IC803
IC801
IC802
IC612
IC611,IC807,IC905
M5M4V18165DTP-6S
M65773FP
MB811171622A-100FN
MC74VHC541DT
MC74VHCT541ADT
IC702
IC261,IC302
IC601
IC701
IC604
MN414800CSJ-07
NJM2100M
PD3410A
PD4995A
TC55V1001AF8
DV-626D
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
IC751
IC24-IC27,IC303
IC610
IC22
IC603
TC7SH32FU
TC7SHU04F
TC7W53FU
TC7WH74FU
VYW1646
C212,C213,C227,C228,C231
C24,C263,C315-C317,C332
C281,C354
C153,C266
C214,C251,C261
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB223K25
CKSRYB472K50
Q106,Q109
Q105,Q114,Q251
Q602
Q107,Q111,Q601
Q102
2SA1576A
2SC4081
DTA114EUA
DTC114EUA
HN1A01F
C357
C330
C109,C110,C120,C131,C148
C150,C202,C215,C221,C222
C226,C230,C235,C265,C29
CKSRYB473K16
CKSRYB682K50
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
Q103,Q281,Q542,Q543
Q101
Q112,Q113
Q108
Q503
HN1B04FU
HN1C01F
HN1C01FU
HN1K03FU
RN1911
C31,C33,C35,C359,C367
C369-C372,C402,C404,C406
C408,C410,C412,C501
C602-C611,C613-C616
C621-C623,C625-C627
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
D302
D601
D501,D502
KV1470
RB501V-40
RB521S-30
C630,C631,C702,C704-C714
C716-C721,C723-C725
C761,C762,C822,C827,C829
C832-C834,C836,C838,C840
C903,C921
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z16
F5050,F5090
F4010,F4020,F4030,F4040,F4050
F4060,F8330,F9010,F9590
L304
L151
DTF1067
DTF1070
DTF1070
VTL1059
VTL1061
C143,C319,C806-C819
C328,C821,C824,C825,C828 (2.2µF)
C830,C837 (2.2µF)
C23,C299 (0.47µF)
VC21 (30pF)
CKSRYF105Z10
VCG1030
VCG1030
VCG1032
VCM1013
L1400
L9490,L9500,L9510
L101,L330
VTL1088
VTL1105
VTL1125
COILS AND FILTERS
CAPACITORS
C612
C123,C145,C21,C282,C617
C26
C126,C333
C206,C210,C211
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH120J50
CCSRCH150J50
CCSRCH151J50
C322
C116,C151,C314
C152
C632
C209
CCSRCH180J50
CCSRCH220J50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH330J50
CCSRCH331J50
C104-C108,C128,C134,C297
C335
C122,C208
C127,C334
C124,C146
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH5R0C50
CCSRCH680J50
C117,C240,C352,C360
C129,C142,C22,C405,C601
C701,C763,C801,C802,C804
C113,C139,C358,C368,C411
C111,C147,C149,C205,C207
CCSRCH681J25
CEV101M10
CEV101M10
CEV220M16
CEV470M6R3
C401,C403,C407
C502
C140,C223,C224,C252,C264
C312
C229
CEV470M6R3
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB105K10
CKSQYB105K10
CKSQYB224K16
C217
C216,C313
C133,C136,C203,C220,C225
C239,C320,C321,C619,C703
C722,C904
CKSQYF105Z16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
C101,C102,C114,C118,C119
C121,C130,C138,C204
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
RESISTORS
R123 (39Ω×4)
R715,R716 (47Ω×4)
R531,R543,R545,R613 (10kΩ×4)
R648,R649,R706,R707 (10kΩ×4)
R748,R751 (10kΩ×4)
ACN7047
ACN7077
DCN1094
DCN1094
DCN1094
R121,R532,R732,R736 (22Ω×4)
R785,R786,R818-R820 (22Ω×4)
R825,R848,R849 (22Ω×4)
R1020,R162,R2010,R2020,R2030
R2040,R3050,R3520,R506,R510
DCN1104
DCN1104
DCN1104
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
R520,R601,R701,R801,R8410
R9220,R9230,R9240,R925-R948
R952-R958,R960,R964
R361,R364
R363,R365
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/16S1203F
RS1/16S1503F
R164
R3510
Other Resistors
RS1/16S5600F
VCN1120
RS1/16S
J
OTHERS
X601
CHIP CERALOCK(20MHz)
FLEXIBLE CABLE (7P)
7P FFC CONNECTOR
B TO B CONNECTOR 14P
24P FFC CONNECTOR
DSS1110
VDA1681
VKN1299
VKN1324
VKN1464
CN1030
12P FFC CONNECTOR
CN602,CN901 15P FFC CONNECTOR
CN110
26P FFC CONNECTOR
CN802
B TO B CONNECTOR 40P
CN905
29P FFC CONNECTOR
VKN1471
VKN1474
VKN1479
VKN1529
VKN1585
CN106
CN201
CN120
X21
BARCODE LABEL
VRW1773
CRYSTAL RESONATOR VSS1129
(13.824MHz)
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Mark No.
F
Description
Part No.
SEMICONDUCTORS
MB811171622A-100FN
PM0023AF
TC7SH14FU
2PB709A
2PB709A
Part No.
L901
L906
F404-F406,F421,F501,F505
F511,F521,F531,F540,F541
F551,F555,F571,F581,F591
PTL1003
RTF1167
VTF1096
VTF1096
VTF1096
F601,F901,F902,F910
VTF1096
SWITCH
COILS AND FILTERS
F102
L101
Description
COILS AND FILTERS
VQEB ASSY
IC102
IC101
IC105,IC106
Q531,Q532,Q541,Q542
Q551,Q552
Mark No.
VTF1155
VTL1067
S601
VSH1009
CAPACITORS
CAPACITORS
C130
C101,C120
C110-C119,C121-C126,C150
C160,C532,C542,C552
C201,C202
CCSRCH102J50
CEV101M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
VCG1031
RESISTORS
R105,R106,R404,R405 (22Ω×4)
R12,R201,R409,R418,R419
R501
R122
R532,R542,R552
DCN1104
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S2701F
RS1/16S3300F
R534,R544,R554
Other Resistors
RS1/16S4700F
RS1/16S
J
OTHERS
CN101 B TO B CONNECTOR 40P
VKN1530
G JCKB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC101,IC201,IC222,IC351
IC801
IC301
IC999
IC262
BA4560F
LA7135AM
NJM5532MD
NJM78M08FA
TC4W53F
IC901
IC404,IC405,IC666
IC505,IC555,IC902
IC540
IC401
TC74HCU04AF
TC74VHC157FT
TC7SET08F
TC7W53FU
UDA1328T/S1
IC501
Q193,Q293,Q361,Q371,Q383
Q395
Q715,Q716,Q996
Q999
YSS912C
2PB709A
2PB709A
2PD601A
2SB1260
Q345,Q705,Q706,Q805,Q806
Q191,Q192,Q291,Q292
Q381,Q382,Q391-Q394
Q194,Q261,Q294,Q365,Q384
Q396,Q666
2SC1740S
2SD2114K
2SD2114K
PDTC124EK
PDTC124EK
D298,D398,D944
D222,D351
1SS355
UDZS6.2B
C669,C883
C508,C509
C107,C207,C217
C106,C206,C216,C327,C328
C337,C338
CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH200J50
CCSQCH221J50
CCSQCH330J50
CCSQCH330J50
C101,C201,C211,C301,C311
C321,C322,C331,C332
C518
C340,C349
C103,C203,C213
CCSQCH331J50
CCSQCH331J50
CCSQCH471J50
CCSQCH680J50
CEAT100M50
C108,C113,C117,C118,C208
C218,C422,C433,C460,C502
C512,C522,C532,C542,C552
C572,C582,C821,C880,C890
C903,C906,C911
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M10
C224,C344,C354
C691,C703,C803
C226
C345
C221,C352
CEAT101M16
CEAT102M6R3
CEAT1R0M50
CEAT221M16
CEAT470M16
C693,C696
C324,C334
C227,C229
C719
C713,C714,C811,C833,C866
CEAT471M6R3
CEBA101M25
CFTYA104J50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB104K25
C111
C116
C115,C215,C222,C223,C261
C335,C341-C343,C351,C353
C355,C412,C430,C444,C455
CKSQYB105K10
CKSQYB473K50
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
C466,C500,C501,C503,C505
C511,C513,C521,C523,C531
C533,C540,C541,C543,C551
C553,C555,C571,C573,C581
C583,C591,C593,C610,C706
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
C806,C808,C809,C820
C901,C902,C904,C905,C908
C910,C912,C940,C966,C996
C999
C404-C406,C421,C600
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF105Z16
C628,C629,C666,C992,C993
CKSQYF105Z16
RESISTORS
56
R692,R694,R697
R701,R702,R711,R712
R801,R802
R108,R208,R218,R226
R341-R348
RN1/10SC62R0D
RN1/10SC68R0D
RN1/10SC68R0D
RN1/10SE1602D
RN1/10SE2202D
DV-626D
Mark No.
Description
Part No.
Mark No.
R106,R206,R216,R229
R327,R328,R337,R338
R223-R225,R227
R116
R228
RN1/10SE3302D
RN1/10SE4702D
RN1/10SE5602D
RN1/10SE6801D
RN1/10SK1103D
Other Resistors
RS1/10S
J
I
PWSB ASSY
S201-S209
ASG7013
RESISTORS
All Resistors
JA701
4P MINI DIN SOCKET
AKP7116
JA901
OPTICAL LINK OUT
GP1F32T
JA903,JA904
PKN1004
REMOTE CONTROL JACK
JA902
1P PIN JACK(AU,BLK) VKB1074
3P PIN JACK
2P PIN JACK
4P PIN JACK
6P PIN JACK
15P FFC CONNECTOR
Part No.
SWITCHES
OTHERS
JA601
JA801
JA101
JA301
CN999
Description
RS1/10S
J
OTHERS
CN201
J
VKB1112
VKB1123
VKB1125
VKB1129
VKN1246
FJ CONNECTOR 6P
06PL-FJ
DILB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTOR
D301
MA111
OTHERS
CN666
29P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1260
KN101,KN102,KN901,KN999
VNF1084
EARTH METAL FITTING
PC BOARD JCKB
VNP1707
X500
CRYSTAL RESONATOR VSS1140
(12.288MHz)
CN301
PL301
FJ CONNECTOR 4P
LAMP (DVD ILLUM)
04P-FJ
VEL1022
K SCRB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
H FLKY ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC101
IC102
Q101
Q102
D105
D103,D104
PE5141A
S-806D
DTD113ES
PDTC124EK
SLR-343DC(MNP)
SLR-343YC(MNP)
SWITCHES
IC1
IC2
Q2
Q1,Q3
Q5
Q8,Q9
TC4W53F
TK15402M
2PB709A
2PD601A
2SA933S
2SC1740S
Q10,Q4,Q6,Q7
D3
D1,D2
PDTC124EK
MA111
UDZS5.1B
CAPACITORS
S101-S106
ASG7013
CAPACITORS
C101,C105
C108,C110-C113,C122
C102,C106,C114-C116
C119,C120,C170
CEJA470M6R3
CKSQYB102K50
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
RESISTORS
All Resistors
RS1/10S
J
C1,C3,C33-C35
C39
C12,C2,C27-C31
C36-C38,C40,C44
C7,C8
CEAT101M10
CEAT471M10
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
CKSQYF104Z25
RESISTORS
R13,R28,R40-R42
R58,R59,R62
R55,R60,R61
R56,R63,R64
Other Resistors
RN1/10SC68R0D
RS1/10S1001F
RS1/10S2201F
RS1/10S8200F
RS1/10S
J
OTHERS
CN103
CN102
IR101
V101
CN101
X101
FJ CONNECTOR 4P
04R-FJ
FJ CONNECTOR 6P
06R-FJ
REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT GP1U28X
FL TUBE
VAW1050
SPACER
VEC1599
15P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1275
FL HOLDER
VNF1087
CERAMIC RESONATOR VSS1142
(5MHz)
OTHERS
PCB BINDER
JA1 RGB CONNECTOR
CN2 7P FFC CONNECTOR
CN1 12P FFC CONNECTOR
PC BOARD SCRB
VEF1040
VKB1127
VKN1238
VKN1243
VNP1723
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Mark No.
L
Description
Part No.
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (VWR1316)
(FOR KU AND KC TYPES)
SEMICONDUCTORS
VZF1071
Q104
D102
D213
D104
D812
2SC1740S
EG01C
MTZJ15B
MTZJ2.4B
MTZJ6.8B
OTHERS
D513
D101
D108
D811
D211,D711
MTZJ8.2B
VZF1044
VZF1045
VZF1054
VZF1065
D411
D311
D103
D105,D107,D110
D511
VZF1075
VZF1076
VZF1077
1SS270A
10ELS2
D106,D109,D151
VZF1071
OTHERS
F101
P211
FUSE (2A/125V)
FUSE (1A/60V)
REK1078
VEK1041
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (VWR1314)
(FOR WY AND WV TYPES)
SEMICONDUCTORS
58
D106,D109,D151
RESISTORS
VZC1057
VZC1060
VZC1061
IC201,IC801
IC311
IC411
Q101,Q103
Q102
AN1431T
VZF1078
VZF1074
VZF1062
2SC3377
Q104
D102
D213
D104
D812
2SC1740S
EG01C
MTZJ15B
MTZJ2.4B
MTZJ6.8B
D513
D101
D108
D811
D211,D711
MTZJ8.2B
VZF1044
VZF1045
VZF1054
VZF1065
Part No.
VZF1075
VZF1076
VZF1077
1SS270A
10ELS2
AN1431T
VZF1078
VZF1074
VZF1062
2SC3377
R511 (33Ω)
R611
R711 (0.51Ω, 1/2W)
Description
D411
D311
D103
D105,D107,D110
D511
IC201,IC801
IC311
IC411
Q101,Q103
Q102
RESISTORS
L
Mark No.
R511 (33Ω)
R611
R711 (0.51Ω, 1/2W)
F101
P211
FUSE (2A/250V)
FUSE (1A/60V)
VZC1057
VZC1060
VZC1061
VEK1049
VEK1041
M MSWB ASSY
(WY AND WV TYPES ONLY)
SWITCH
S1000
ASG1006
DV-626D
6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION
Note : When the Traverse mechanism adjustment is prnot operly adjusted, jitter, error rate and play ability are defective.
The noise may come out by the case.
Adjustment Items
Adjustment Points (PCB Part)
DVDM ASSY
[Electrical Part]
1 Master Clock Adjustment
CN703
IC21
IC801
Pin 5
1
6.2 JIGS AND MEASURING
INSTRUMENTS
VC21
CN120
Frequency counter
Display digit ≥ 8-digit
IC601
IC101
Screwdriver (small)
CN1030
CN252
CN110
SIDE A
6.3 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS
When
Adjustment Points
EXCHANGE PCB ASSY
Exchange board
JCKB ASSY
Mechanical
point
Electric
point
Exchange board
DVDM ASSY
Mechanical
point
Electric
point
Note :
is adjusted already.
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6.4 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
1
Master Clock Adjustment
• When not properly adjusted : Uneven color
DVDM ASSY
• Normal mode
• Power ON
33.868800MHz ± 160Hz
VC21
Player
START
DVDM ASSY
IC21
Pin 5
60
Frequency counter
DV-626D
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 TEST MODE SCREEN DISPLAY
Consecutive double-OSD display is supported during test mode. The screen is composed 10 lines with a maximum of 32 characters per line.
It can't be used with the debugging display mode together.
• Screen Composition
Character in bold : Item name
: Information display
Remote control code
Key code
Mechanism position value and
slider position
Address
Background color
Output video system and
Skirt terminal output
AV1 chip version
FL controller version and
region setting for the player
Tracking status
Spindle status and AFB status
AGC setting
FL controller destination setting
FTS servo IC information
Port No. of Flash ROM and
system controller
Flash ROM version and Flash ROM size
System controller revision
C1 error value of CD and DVD
Internal operation mode of
the mechanism control
Disc judgment and
CD 1/3 beam switch
DVD mechanism controller revision
(Control and part No. of GUI-ROM)
Equalizer value and
jitter value
First Screen Display
Caution :
The first screen and second screen switch by pressing [DISPLAY]
key of the remote control unit.
It is only a version display part on the lower right of the screen
those contents of display change.
ATB : ON/OFF information display and AGC manual setting display
deleted with the second generation.
The displays of Tilt error value, Tilt servo status and pickup
DVD/CLD display deleted with the third generation becomes LD
part is deleted.
• Description of Each Item on the Display
(6) 1 Spindle status [SPDL – ∗ ∗ ∗]
(1) Address indication
The address being traced is displayed in number.
DVD
: ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits)
[∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗]
CD
: A-TIME (min. sec.) [ 0 0 0 0 ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
(Note : For DVDs, decimal-number indication is possible.)
(2) Code indication of the remote control unit
[R – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
The code for the key pressed on the remote control unit, which is
received by the FL controller, is displayed while the key is pressed.
In the case of the double code, the second code will be displayed.
(3) Key code indication for the main unit [K – ∗ ∗ ]
The code for the key pressed on the main unit, which is received by
the system controller, is displayed while the key is pressed.
(4) Background color indication [C – R∗ ∗ G∗ ∗ B∗ ∗]
Spindle accelerator and brake, free-runnimg
FG servo
Rough, velocity phase servo
Offset addition, rough, velocity phase servo
[A/B]
[FG]
[SRV]
[O_S]
2 AFB status [AFB – ∗ ∗]
ON
OFF
[ON ]
[OFF]
(7) Mechanism position value [M – ∗]
Position code
[1] to [3]
(8) Slider position [S – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
CD TOC area
CD active area
[IN ]
[CD ]
(9) AGC setting [AGC – ∗ ∗]
AGC on
AGC off
[AGC-ON]
[AGC-OFF]
(5) Tracking status [TRKG – ∗∗∗]
Tracking on
Tracking off
[ON ]
[OFF]
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(10) Output video system [V – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
NTSC system
PAL system
Auto-setting
[NTSC]
[PAL ]
[AUTO]
Skirt terminal output [SK – ∗ ∗]
VIDEO
[00]
S-VIDEO
[01]
RGB
[02]
∗ : Display only the model which can do the output setting of skirt
terminal.
(11) FTS servo IC information
DSP coefficient indication
[KS – [∗ ∗ ∗ ∗] ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
Displays the address (four digits) of the specified coefficient
and the setting value (four digits) with [TEST] and [9] keys.
(12) Error rate indication
1 C1 error value of CD
2 C1 error value of DVD
[ER – C1 ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
[ER – ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
(13) Internal operation mode of mechanism controller
[MM – ∗ ∗ : ∗ ∗]
Internal mechanism mode (2 digits) and internal mechanism step (2
digits) of the mechanism controller
The type of discs loaded is displayed.
[DVD], [CD ], [VCD], [
]
2 CD 1/3 beam switch [BM – ∗ ∗]
(15) 1 Equalizer value [E – ∗ ∗]
2 Jitter value [J – ∗ ∗]
nake the jitter four times, and renew it in every one second.
[4 – ∗ ∗]
CD is effective only in the jitter value.
(16) Version of the AV-1 chip [ AV : ∗ . ∗ ∗' ∗' ]
(17) 1 Version of the FL controller
[FL : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
2 Region setting of the player [REG : ∗ ]
[1] to [6]
(18) Destination setting of the FL controller
[MDL : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
For charactors in front represent the type of model :
There charactors that follow represent the destination code.
J : /J, K : /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R : /RAM, /RL, /RD, /LB,
WY : /WY
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1 Part number of the flash ROM
(Example) VYW1536-A
(Example) PD6256A9
2 Part number of the system controller
(Example) PD3381T1
<Front>
= W1536A
= 6256A9
<Rear>
= 3381T1
(20) 1 Version of the flash ROM [V : ∗ . ∗ ∗ ∗]
2 Flash ROM size [FLSH = ∗]
(21) Revision of the system controller
[S : ∗ . ∗ ∗ ∗ / ∗ . ∗ ∗ ]
1 Revision number of the external ROM part (flash ROM) of the
system controller
<Front>
2 Revision of the internal ROM part of the system controller
<Rear>
(22) Revision of the DVD mechanism controller
[M : ∗ . ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
Revision number of the external ROM part (flash ROM) of the DVD
mechanism controller
(23) Control and part numbers of the GUI-ROM
[GUI : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
(14) 1 Disk sensing [DSC – ∗ ∗ ∗]
Setting value
(19) The part number of the flash ROM and system
controller [∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ / ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ]
No GUI model displays as "––– / ––––".
OEM model displays the part number of GUI-ROM [GUI : ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗]
DV-626D
7.1.2 TROUBLE SHOOTING
• No Power ON
• FL is not turned ON
• FL indication is unusual
START
Power ON
• Blow out fuse of the primary side
• Blow out micro-fuse on the POWER SUPPLY Assy. (Check the each voltage.)
(P611, P211, R711)
• FL controller IC (IC101) on the FLKY Assy is damaged.
Turn on the power again
after 2 - 3 minutes.
Is FL turn on ?
• Check the following connections :
POWER SUPPLY Assy - DVDM Assy
DVDM Assy - FLKY Assy
FLKY Assy - PWSB Assy
• Check each voltage (EV+5V, SW+5V, SW+3.3V, +6V and +12V)
(If above voltage are not supplied, check the micro-fuse.)
No
Yes
No
Is the indication
of FL normal ?
FL indication is dark or flickers.
• Short or open the zenner diode
on the POWER SUPPLY Assy.
(D513)
• Check the values of R118 - R120
on the FLKY Assy.
Indicates the error message
Refer to the section "7.1.3 ERROR CODE".
Yes
• Blow out micro-fuse on the POWER SUPPLY Assy.
(R711)
Is tray open ?
• Check the connection between LOSB Assy and DVDM Assy.
(12P flexible cable)
• Check the +6V power supply voltage (above micro fuse).
No
Yes
Do the video and
sound come on ?
Yes
OK
No
Check the connection between JCKB Assy and DVDM Assy.
A video isn't displayed.
Check the connection between VQEB Assy
and DVDM Assy.
Indicate the error message.
Refer to the section "7.1.3 ERROR CODE".
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7.1.3 ERROR CODE
Error codes that are displayed on the FL display without using the remote control unit
FL Display
AV1 VER
Possible causes
Operation of the unit
The sound may not out with
the specific audio.
AV-1 chip is not a match with the program of system controller
CPU AERR
CPU address error (Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
DMA AERR
DMA address error (Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
FLASH ID
Difference in versions of the internal ROM of the system controller and of the flash
ROM, or bus line failure or reverse installation
No operation
FLASH WRP
Write protect error of the flash ROM
No operation
FLASH SIG
Difference in part number of the flash ROM (When the ROM which could't be used was
No operation
used.)
FLASH SUM
Check sum error of the flash ROM (It exceeds the regular size.) or reverse installation
(Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
FLASH SIZE
Size error of the flash ROM (Use 4 or 8 M-bit.)
No operation
ILLGAL
The system controller fetched a code other than an operation code
(Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
RESERVE
Undefined interrupt (Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
SLOT
Inappropriate slot command issued (Hardware is unusual.)
No operation
Error codes that are displayed on the FL display by using the remote control unit
(Mechanism controller error)
To display: ESC + DISPLAY + DISPLAY; Location of the display: At the two digits of center of the FL display
To display the error history: ESC + DISPLAY + One shot; Location of the display: TV screen
FL
Description
of Error
Causes if with a DVD
Causes if with a CD
Operation of the Unit
Search timeout
Search could not be complete within 7
seconds.
Search could not be complete within 7
seconds, and it could not enter the
target area within 7 seconds by VCD
scan.
12
Search retry
error
A search could not be completed after 3
retries, search backup was executed 4
times, or in a case of timeout (6
seconds) while the unit was tracing 11
tracks or more beyond the target while
the search operation was converging.
Backup against slider skip was executed
4 times during a search, or slider skip
CD: Stops,
twice resulted in starting from the read- DVD: Continues operation
in point.
19
Tracing timeout
while
converging
Timeout (10.5 seconds) while tracing at
the stage of convergence of a search.
11
CD : Stops,
DVD: Continues operation
Stop
During Track (Index) Search, the search
for the beginning of a program could not
be completed within 3 seconds (20
Stop
seconds in the case of Index Search)
after positioning based on the TOC data
was completed.
1B
Index 0 search
error
22
Timeout of
slider inner
circumference
Inside switch could not ON within 3 seconds.
Stop
23
Timeout of
slider outer
circumference
Inside switch could not OFF within 2 seconds.
Stop
When the focus was deviated continuously 20 times.
Adjusts focus at the innermost
circumference and tries to
return to its position where the
error was generated (for 3
times),then opens.
If the same error persists after
one retry, the tray opens. (No
FOK pulse)
33
No FOK pulse
during playback
CLVA
38
If normal starting was impossible in the following three cases, disc-type sensing will
be retried if other errors occure excepting C5 error. However, when the focus error
Disc-type-sensi- "33" was occured continuously 3 times, it is finished as "38 error" at the moment:
ng error
(1) startup with the first disc-type-sensing result, (2) forced startup with another disc Open
by designating the disc type, (3) forced startup with the original disc by designating
the disc type.
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FL
Description of
Error
Causes if with a DVD
Causes if with a CD
Operation of the
Unit
39
SGC converge
timeout
SGC could not converge during detects the peak
Open
41
Spindle timeout
The unit did not enter Stop mode within 10 seconds of issuance of a Stop command.
Stop
48
Spindle FG
transition timeout
The spindle could not converge into within ± 12% of
the target FG rotation speed within 10 seconds after
spindle kick.
The first time after startup (the first time after disc
distinction), it doesn't become the number of the target
rotation within five seconds.
The first time after startup, detects the abnormal
rotation number of high-speed continuously 3 loops.
DVD: 5 to 9 mS , CD: 40 to 60 mS
Stops. (FG timeout)
49
Spindle PLL
transition timeout
After the second times after startup, it doesn't become the number of the target
rotation within five seconds.
Detects the abnormal high-speed or low-speed rotations.
DVD: 5 to 9 mS , CD: 40 to 60 mS
Stops.
("73" is displayed during
starting process.)
4A
Spindle lock timeout Spindle could not lock more than 1.5 seconds before start the AFB.
Stops.
("73" is displayed during
starting process.)
51
Auto sequence
timeout of peak
detection
ABUSY did not return within 1 second after the
DDTCT (peak detection) command was sent.
Stop
52
Auto sequence
timeout of focus
jump down
ABUSY did not return within 30 mS after the FJMPD
(Focus jump 1 to 0) command was sent.
Stop
53
Auto sequence
timeout of focus
jump up
ABUSY did not return within 30 mS after the FJMPU
(Focus jump 0 to 1) command was sent.
Stop
54
Auto sequence
ABUSY did not return within 50 mS after the
timeout of play AGC GSUMON (play-AGC-measuring) command was sent.
Stop
55
Auto sequence
timeout of disc-type- ABUSY did not return within 2 seconds after the
DJSRT (disc-sensing) command was sent.
sensing
Stop
56
Auto sequence
timeout of ATB2
ABUSY did not return within 1 second after the
TBLOFS (Internal ATB after the completion of external
ATB) command was sent.
Stop
57
Auto sequence
timeout of tracking
servo ON
ABUSY did not return within 500 mS after the TSON
(tracking servo ON) command was sent.
Stop
58
Auto sequence
timeout of ATB1
ABUSY did not return within 200 mS after the TBL
(external ATB) command was sent.
Stop
59
Auto sequence
timeout of focus
gain adjustment
ABUSY did not return within 2 seconds after the FGN
(focus gain adjustment) command was sent.
Stop
5A
Auto sequence
timeout of tracking
gain adjustment
ABUSY did not return within 2 seconds after TGN
(tracking gain adjustment) command was sent.
Stop
5B
Auto sequence
timeout of offset
adjustment
ABUSY did not return within 1 second after the
CMDAVE (offset adjustment) command was sent.
Stop
5C
Auto sequence
timeout of
modulation factor
measurement
ABUSY did not return within 200 mS after the ADJMIR
(modulation factor measurement) command was sent.
Stop
5D
Auto sequence
timeout of auto
focus bias
ABUSY did not return within 2 seconds after the AFB
(auto focus bias) command was sent.
Stop
5F
Auto sequence
already busy
A command could not be sent because ABUSY was
low. ABUSY did not return within 200 mS after TLV
command was sent.
Stop
62
Pause retry error
Pause mode could not be restored within three retries
after it had been released.
Continues operation
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FL
Description of
Error
Causes if with a DVD
Causes if with a CD
Operation of the Unit
71
ID can not read
during tracing
72
Subcode check
failure during
playback
73
ID can not read at
the startup
74
Subcode check
failure during startup
No subcode could be read within 3
pens (Subcode readout
seconds after AFB adjustment had O
failure).
been finished.
81
Timeout for reading
TOC of
the mechanism
controller
TOC readout took 30 seconds or
more.
82
Timeout for reading
TOC of the system
controller
Reading TOC of the system
controller took 30 seconds or more. Stop
A1
Communication
timeout of DSP
command
A command could not be issued to DSP
because Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in
force (XCBUSY = L) for a specified time (about
200 µS).
No operation
A2
Communication
timeout for reading
DSP coefficient
Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for a
specified time (about 200 µS) before and after a
coefficient read command was issued to DSP, or
the address echo-back after command issuance
did not match the setup address.
No operation
A3
Communication
timeout for writing
DSP coefficient
Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for a
specified time (about 1024 mS) before and after
the coefficient write command was issued to
DSP.
No operation
A4
Communication
timeout for
continuously writing
DSP coefficient
Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for 200
µS during continuous coefficient writing, or
before and after a continuous write command
was issued to DSP.
No operation
B1
Timeout error for
backup
In the tracing state during the backup sequence, codes could not be read for 1
second or more.
In the backup sequence, tracking ON sequence of the servo DSP could not be
completed even if more than 500 mS after the tracking ON command was issued.
Stops
B2
Retry error for
backup
Tracing impossible after retring the tracking ON for 3 times in the backup sequence.
Stops
B3
Retry error for trace
During tracing, runaway was detected after three iterations of backup operations for
detecting runaway.
Stops
C3
Detection of tracking During playback, the overcurrent detection port was at L for 300 ms or more
overcurrent
continuously.
(C5) cSohrorerts-cpiorcnudiitntgesetrror
An ID could not be read for 1 second or more.
Stop
No frame could be read for 3
seconds or more.
An ID could not be read within 1 second after
the AFB adjustment had been finished.
Stop
Opens
(ID readout failure)
While the power was on, the overcurrent detection port was at L for 40 ms or more
continuously.
Stop
Stops (the mechanical
controller operates
independently).
Turns off the power
instantly (No indication on
the FL display and no
writing to flash memory)
E3
Violation against
digital copy guard
F5
Tray being pushed
The tray switch that had been Open mode was forcibly changed to a mode other than Closes
Open by an external force.
F8
Loading timeout
Reverses the loading
Loading, unloading or clamping could not be completed within a specified time (about direction. It timeout is
5 seconds).
repeated upon retry, the
unit stops.
FC
Focus
The following error occured eight times.
(1) Focus ON sequence could not be completed even if more than two seconds after
the focus ON command (to the servo DSP) was sent.
(2) Focus IN sequence was finished, actually focus IN was not completed.
66
Stops
Stops wherever possible
then opens (stops in the
case of side B).
DV-626D
Error codes that are displayed on the FL display by using the remote control unit
(Device error)
To display: ESC + DISPLAY + DISPLAY; Location of the display: At the two digits of left of the FL display
FL
Description of Error
AV1 access error
bit3=1 08 etc.
(read, write NG)
bit2=1 04 etc. MY CHIP access error
Causes if with a DVD
Causes if with a CD
Operation of the Unit
No operation or it becomes debugging
indication if the power is able to ON.
bit1=1 01 etc. SRAM access error
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DV-626D
7.1.4 DISASSEMBLY
DVDM ASSY
1
Remove a Bonnet (Eight screws).
2
Loading
Mechanism Assy
3
POWER
POWER SUPPLY ASSY
OPEN/CLOSE
JCKB ASSY
14
5
9
6
Disc Tray
×2
10
When diagnosing the DVDM
ASSY and VQEB ASSY, use
the following Flexible Cable
for service.
• DVDM CN905 ↔ JCKB CN666
Flexible Cable (29P): VDA1752
• DVDM CN901 ↔ JCKB CN999
Flexible Cable (15P): VDA1751
DVDM ASSY
VQEB ASSY
4
SCRB ASSY
MY, MV types
only
VQEB
ASSY
7
DVDM
ASSY
15
JCKB
ASSY
8
• Remove the VQEB Assy when diagnosing the circuit under
the VQEB ASSY of DVDM ASSY.
There is no hindrance in other actuation though the picture
stops appearing when VQEB ASSY is removed.
12
11
×3
Unhook
13
DVDM ASSY
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TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY-S
1
DVDM ASSY Short
side
POWER SUPPLY
Open ASSY side
Short SW
Pickup
Flexible
Cable
7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC
• The information shown in the list is basic information and may
not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
•List of IC
CY2081SL-655, PD3410A, VYW1646, M65773FP,
LC89051V, YSS912C, PM0023AF
CY2081SL-655 (DVDM ASSY : IC21)
Traverse Mechanism
Assy
• Clock Generate IC
3
• Block Diagram
XTALIN 3
XTALOUT 4
Reference
Oscillator
PLL1
EPROM
Configurable
Multiplexer
and
Divide Logic
PLL2
PLL3
1 CLKA
5 CLKB
6 CLKC
8
CE/PD/FS/SUSPEND
2
×4
Unhook
• Pin Function
No.
Pin Name
Pin Function
1
CLKA
Configurable clock output
2
GND
Ground
3
XTALIN
Reference crystal input of external
reference clock input
4
XTALOUT
Reference crystal feedback
5
CLKB
Configurable clock output
6
CLKC
Configurable clock output
7
VDD
Voltage supply
OE/PD/FS/
SUSPEND
Output control pin; either active-HIGH
output enable, active-LOW power down,
CLKA frequency select, or active-LOW
suspend input
8
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PD3410A (DVDM ASSY : IC601)
• System Control IC
• Pin Function
No.
Mark
Pin Name
I/O
Function
1
XCS3/XCASL
XCS3
O
PD4995A (MY CHIP) chip select signal output
2
GND
3
CK
GND
−
GND
HCPUCK
O
4
VCC
V+3D
5
PICLK
−
I/O N.C.
6
PIDATA
−
I/O N.C.
7
GND
GND
−
−
V+3D
GND
8
PORTH0
XCSSP0
O
HC74VHCT595FT (Shift register with output latch)
9
PORTH1
33MVH
O
CY2071ASL-371 (Clock generator)
10
PORTH2
36MVH
O
BU2185F (Clock generator)
11
PORTH3
V_SEL2
O
Composite/S switching signal output of the skirt terminal
12
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
13
PORTH4
SCTAON
O
14
PORTH5
27MVH
O
27MHz oscillation control circuit
15
PORTH6
XCSSPD
O
HC74VHCT595FT (Shift register with output latch)
16
PORTH7
XAUDRST/
VPOFF/
ECHO
O
YSS922 (Dolby AC-3/Pro logic, audio DSP built-in DTS decoder)
Video system
17
GND
GND
−
GND
18
EXTAL
EXTAL
I
19
XTAL
XTAL
O
20
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
21
PORTG0
XCSDF0
O
DAC chip select signal output
22
PORTG1
XCSDF1/
XCSDASP
O
YSS912 (Dolby AC-3/Pro logic, audio DSP built-in DTS decoder)
AD1853 (3D audio processor) TC74VHC595FT (Serial/parallel) → SM5847AF (DAC for Mch)
YSS922 (DASP)
23
PORTG2
XCSDF2/
DFRST1/
XMIC_ON
O
YSS912 (Dolby AC-3/Pro logic, audio DSP built-in DTS decoder)
SM5847AF (DAC for Mch)
24
PORTG3
HIBSEL
O
PD00236AM
25
PORTG4
LFEON/
DFRST0
O
Buffer → Audio amp
SM5847AF (DAC for Mch)
26
GND
GND
−
GND
27
PORTG5
6CHMD/
XMAOFF
O
Buffer → Front DAC selector
28
PORTG6
DTSMD/
XMRST/
XDASP
O
SW (Switch circuit)
29
PORTG7
XAMUTE/
XMUTM
O
Last stage mute signal output of the audio
30
PORTF0
44X48
O
DAC 44/48 FS switching signal output
31
PORTF1
DI_ERR/
XDIGIO
I
DIR1700 (Digital audio interface receiver)
32
PORTF2
3DON/
XMMUTE/
48X44
O
3D audio ON/bypass switching signal output
33
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
34
PORTF3
XCSADSP0/
SYNC1
O
DSP56362 (Audio DSP)
35
PORTF4
XCSADSP1/
XAVS_RT/
DISC
O
DSP56362 (Audio DSP)
36
PORTF5
XCSADSP2/
DPOS/ODD
O
DSP56362 (Audio DSP)
70
Connect a ceramic resonator
DV-626D
No.
Mark
Pin Name
I/O
Function
37
PORTF6
XVQERST/
XANR
38
PORTF7
XCSVE/
XCSVQE
O
Serial communication enable signal output of the video encoder
39
GND
GND
−
GND
O
Analog NR ON/OFF switching signal output
40
AVSS
GND
−
GND
41
AVCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
Loading drive output
42
OUTA_P
LODRV
O
43
VREF
V+3D
−
V+3D
44
OUTB_P
TEI
O
Tracking offset signal output
45
AVSS
GND
−
GND
46
AVSS
GND
−
GND
47
PORTE0
V_SEL
O
Component/composite switching signal output
48
PORTE1
CDGM
I
PDC016A (Graphic IC)
49
PORTE2
OEM???
50
PORTE3
FOFST1
I
I/O Focus offset adjustment output 1
51
PORTE4
FOFST2
I/O Focus offset adjustment output 2
52
PORTE5
XDFINH
I/O Defect shunt signal output
53
PORTE6
DVD/XCD
O
DVD/CD switching signal output
54
PORTE7
LD1_ON
O
650 nm laser diode ON signal output
780 nm laser diode ON signal output
55
PORTD0
LD2_ON
O
56
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
57
PORTD1
DPD/TE
O
1 beam/3 beams switching signal output
58
PORTD2
AGOFF
O
AGC ON/OFF switching signal output of RF IC
59
PORTD3
XCD2X
O
Signal output for switching the double speed playback
60
PORTD4
OEICG
O
OEIC gain switching signal output
61
GND
GND
−
GND
Control output ON/OFF switching output of the spindle motor
62
PORTD5
XMON
O
63
PORTD6
XBCA
O
64
PORTD7
OPEN_SW/
X???RST
I
65
PORTJ0
XDRVMUT
O
Driver mute output
66
PORTJ1
DR/XLD
O
TC7W53F (Analog SW)
67
PORTJ2
XDSPRST
O
LC78652W (Servo DSP)
PORTJ3
MNJACK/
MC_MO
I
Mini jack connection check pin
68
Mechanism connector
69
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
70
PORTJ4
TM_ENT
I
Test mode input
71
PORTJ5
XEXPE
O
TC74VHCT574F/FS (3-state buffer)
72
PORTJ6
VSEL_SW
I
Component/composite SW input
73
PORTJ7
DQSY
I
74
PB0/TIOCA2
XCBUSY
I
Command busy input
75
PB1/TIOCB2
XABUSY
I
Auto-sequence busy input
76
PB2/TIOCA3
XINT2/
XAVIRQ2
I
Interrupt input 2 (AV-1)
77
VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
78
PB3/TIOCB3
LT1
O
Communication response signal output to the FL controller
79
PB4/TIOCA4
SBSY
I
Subcode block sync. input
V+3D
80
XMTEST
−
I
81
XCPUMD
−
I
V+3D
82
XRES
XRESET
I
Reset input
71
DV-626D
No.
Mark
Pin Name
I/O
Function
83
GND
GND
−
GND
84
AN0
LODPOS
I
Loading position input
85
AN1
SLDPOS
I
Slider position input
86
AN2
DOORSW
I
Mecha. connector
87
AN3
NAP_SW
I
NTSC/AUTO/PAL SW input
88
AN4
I
89
AN5
I
90
AN6
I
91
AN7
525IP_SW
I
92
Avref
V+3D
−
V+3D
93
AVCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
94
AVSS
GND
−
GND
PB5/TIOCB4
DIBLK/HFL/
DCNT2
I
DIR1700 (Digital audio interface receiver)
LC78652W (Servo DSP)
95
96
PB6/TIOCXA4/TCLKC C2F
I
C2 error input
97
PB7/TIOCXB4/TCLKD XRDY
I
Communicatio request input from the FL controller
98
PB8/RxD0
SSI
I
Serial data input (FL controller)
99
PB9/TxD0
SSO
O
Serial data output (FL controller, DAC)
V+3D
−
V+3D
100 VCC
101 PB10/RxD1
RXD
I
Data input of the RS-232C
102 PB11/TxD1
TXD
O
Data output of the RS-232C
I/O Serial clock output (FL controller, DAC)
103 PB12/XIRQ4/SCK0
SSCK
104 PB13/XIRQ5/SCK1
XIRQL10
I
105 GND
GND
−
GND
106 PB14/XIRQ6
XIRQL11
I
Interrupt input 2 (MY CHIP)
107 PB15/XIRQ7
XINT0/
XAVIRQ0
I
Interrupt input 0 (AV-1)
Interrupt input 1 (MY CHIP)
108 PA0/XCS4/TIOCA0
XCS4
O
Servo DSP chip select signal output
109 PA1/XCS5/XRAS
N.C.
O
Non connection
110 PA2/XCS6/TIOCB0
XCS6
O
AV-1 chip select signal output
111 XWAIT
XWAIT
I
Wait signal input
Write pulse output L
112 XWRL
XWRL
O
113 GND
GND
−
GND
114 XWRH
XWRH
O
Write pulse output H
115 XRD
XRD
O
Read pulse output
116 PA7/XBACK
XCURDET
I
Over-current detection signal input
117 PA8/XBREQ
CTS
I
RS-232C transfer permit input
DTR
O
RS-232C transfer permit output
119 PA10/DPL/TIOCA1
XAVIRQ1/
XINT1
I
Interrupt input 1 (AV-1)
120 PA11/DPH/TIOCB1
THLD
I
Tracking hold signal input
121 VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
PA12/XIRQ0/DACK0/
122
TCLKA
DACK0
O
DMA response output (MY CHIP)
XDREQ0
I
DMA request input (MY CHIP)
124 PA14/XIRQ2/XDACK1 XDACK1
O
DMA response output (AV-1)
125 PA15/XIRQ3/XDREQ1 XDREQ1
I
DMA request input (AV-1)
118
123
PA9/XAH/XIRQOUT/
XADTRG
PA13/XIRQ1/
XDREQ0/TCLKB
126 AD0
72
D0
I/O Data bus 0
DV-626D
No.
Mark
Pin Name
I/O
−
Function
127 GND
GND
128 AD1
D1
I/O Data bus 1
129 AD2
D2
I/O Data bus 2
130 AD3
D3
I/O Data bus 3
131 AD4
D4
I/O Data bus 4
132 AD5
D5
I/O Data bus 5
133 AD6
D6
I/O Data bus 6
134 VCC
V+3D
135 AD7
D7
I/O Data bus 7
136 AD8
D8
I/O Data bus 8
137 AD9
D9
I/O Data bus 9
138 AD10
D10
I/O Data bus 10
139 GND
GND
140 AD11
D11
I/O Data bus 11
141 AD12
D12
I/O Data bus 12
142 AD13
D13
I/O Data bus 13
143 AD14
D14
I/O Data bus 14
144 VCC
V+3D
145 AD15
D15
−
−
−
GND
V+3D
GND
V+3D
I/O Data bus 15
146 A0 (XHBS)
A0
O
Address bus 0
147 A1
A1
O
Address bus 1
148 A2
A2
O
Address bus 2
149 GND
GND
−
GND
150 A3
A3
O
Address bus 3
Address bus 4
151 A4
A4
O
152 A5
A5
O
Address bus 5
153 A6
A6
O
Address bus 6
154 A7
A7
O
Address bus 7
Address bus 8
155 A8
A8
O
156 A9
A9
O
Address bus 9
157 A10
A10
O
Address bus 10
158 A11
A11
O
Address bus 11
Address bus 12
159 A12
A12
O
160 A13
A13
O
Address bus 13
161 A14
A14
O
Address bus 14
162 A15
A15
O
Address bus 15
163 A16
A16
O
Address bus 16
Address bus 17
164 A17
A17
O
165 VCC
V+3D
−
V+3D
166 A18
A18
O
Address bus 18
167 A19
A19
O
Address bus 19
168 A20
A20
O
Address bus 20
169 A21
A21
O
N.C.
170 XNMI
XNMI
I
V+3D
171 GND
GND
−
GND
172 XCS10
XCS10
O
VHCT574F/FS (3-state buffer)
173 XCS20
XCS20
O
Chip select signal output of the flash ROM
174 XCS22
XCS22
O
(GUI ROM)
175 XCS23
XCS23
O
Chip select signal output of the SRAM
O
N.C.
176 XCS2
73
DV-626D
VYW1646 (DVDM ASSY : IC603)
• 16M bit Flash Memory IC
• Block Diagram
DQ0 - DQ15
29-36,38-45
RY/BY 15
VCC 37
RY/BY
Buffer
VSS 27
WE 11
BYTE 47
RESET 12
Erase Voltage
Generator
Input/Output
Buffers
State
Control
Command
Register
Program Voltage
Generator
Chip Enable
Output Enable
Logic
CE 26
OE 28
Y-Decoder
STB
Low VCC Detector
Time for
Program/Erase
STB
Address
Latch X-Decoder
Data Latch
Y-Gating
Cell Matrix
A0 - A19 9,16-25
A-1 45
• Pin Function
No. Pin Name I/O
1
Pin Function
A15
No. Pin Name I/O
25
A0
Pin Function
I
Address input
2
A14
26
CE
I
Chip enable
3
A13
27
VSS
−
Ground
I
Output enable
4
A12
5
A11
28
OE
29
DQ0
6
7
A10
30
DQ8
A9
31
DQ1
8
A8
32
DQ9
9
A19
33
DQ2
10
N.C.
−
Non connection
34
DQ10
11
WE
I
Write enable
35
DQ3
I
Hardware reset pin/Temporary sector
unprotection
36
DQ11
−
Non connection
37
VCC
12
RESET
13
N.C.
14
I
Address inputs
N.C.
−
Non connection
38
DQ4
15
RY/BY
O
Ready/Busy output
39
DQ12
16
A18
40
DQ5
17
A17
41
DQ13
18
A7
42
DQ6
19
A6
43
DQ14
20
A5
44
DQ7
I
Address inputs
21
A4
45
DQ15/A-1
22
A3
46
VSS
I/O Data inputs/outputs
−
Power supply
I/O Data inputs/outputs
I/O Data inputs/outputs / Address input
−
Ground
23
A2
47
BYTE
I
Selects 8-bit or 16-bit mode
24
A1
48
A16
I
Address input
74
DV-626D
M65773FP (DVDM ASSY : IC801)
• MPEG2 Decoder IC
• Block Diagram
16M bit SDRAM
Bit Streem
Input Interface
ROM
Read BUS
SDRAM
Controller
Descrambler
Write BUS
Bit Streem
Video Decoder
RAM
Sub-picture
Decoder
Internal
CPU
Display
Processor
Special Playback
Processor
Host
Interface
Video Output
Interface
H BUS
Host CPU
16M DRAM
Video Output
PCM Audio Output
Audio Output
Interface
IEC958 Output
• Pin Function
No. Pin Name I/O
1
GND
I
Pin Function
Ground
No. Pin Name I/O
21
5VDD
2
HD0
22
HD15
3
HD1
23
CS
I/O Data input and output port
I
Pin Function
5V power supply
I/O Data input and output port
I
Chip select signal input
4
HD2
24
RE
I
Read Enable signal input
5
HD3
25
WE
I
Write Enable signal input
6
HD4
26
BHE
I
Byte High Enable signal input
7
5VDD
I
5V power supply
27
RDY
O
Acknowledge signal which is indicated the
finish of data reading or writing via the host
bus
8
VDD
I
Power supply
28
INTR
O
Interrupt request signal against to the
external CPU from M65773FP
I
Ground
I
Address input port
9
HD5
29
GND
10
HD6
30
HA0
11
HD7
12
HD8
13
HD9
14
GND
I/O Data input and output port
I
Ground
31
HA1
32
HA2
33
HA3
34
HA4
15
HD10
35
VDD
I
Power supply
16
HD11
36
5VDD
I
5V power supply
17
HD12
37
HA5
18
HD13
38
HA6
19
HD14
39
HA7
I
Address input port
20
VDD
40
HA8
I/O Data input and output port
I
Power supply
75
DV-626D
No. Pin Name I/O
41
HA9
I
Pin Function
Address input port
No. Pin Name I/O
83
VDD
I
Pin Function
Power supply
42
GND
I
Ground
84
VSYNC
O
Vertiacl sync. signal output
43
CDMCK
I
Connect to ground
85
HSYNC
O
Horizontal sync. signal output
44
CDLRCK
I
L/R clock clock input from CDDSP
86
PICSTRT
45
CDBCK
I
PCM bit clock input from CDDSP
87
MBSTRT
46
CDDATA
I
Digital audio interface input
88
MBDATA
47
VDD
I
Power supply
89
GND
I
Ground
48
CDDIN
I
PCM audio data input from CDDSP
90
PW D
O
Phase comparator output for external sync.
operation
49
INT2
O
Interrupt request signal against to the
external CPU from M65773FP
91
CSYNC
I
Composite SYNC signal input
50
INT3
92
OSDKEY
O
OSD key flag output
51
DREQ
O DMA request signal for OSD bitmap transfer
93
PXCLK
O
Pixel clock (27MHz free-running clock)
52
DACK
I
DMA acknowledge signal for OSD bitmap
transfer
94
VDD
I
Power supply
53
GND
I
Ground
95
PD7
54
CLKO
O 27MHz clock output
96
PD 6
55
CLKIN
I
System clock input
97
PD5
O
Digital pixel data
56
AVDD1
I
Analog power supply
57
AGND1
I
Ground
O
Digital pixel data
I
Analog ground
98
PD 4
99
GND
58
AGND3
59
AVDD3
I
Analog power supply
101 PD2
100 PD3
60
CCAP
I
Connect to ground
102 PD1
61
AGND2
I
Analog ground
103 PD0
62
AVDD2
I
Analog power supply
104 VDD
I
Power supply
63
ACLKO
−
Open
105 GND
I
Ground
I
Hardware reset input
I
Connect to ground normally
I
Power supply
64
ACLKI
I
Audio clock input
106 RESET
65
HMODE1
I
Setting pin of host interface operating mode
107 TEST0
66
GND
I
Ground
108 TEST1
67
VDD
I
Power supply
109 TEST2
68
AOD
110 VDD
69
AO2
111 NMD0
70
AO1
71
AO0
72
GND
73
DOUT1
74
DOUT0
75
SDA
76
SCL
77
VDD
78
79
80
O PCM output of audio data
112 NMD15
113 NMD1
I
Ground
O Digital audio interface output
114 NMD14
115 GND
−
117 NMD13
−
Open
118 NMD3
I
Power supply
119 NMD12
GND
I
Ground
DACCLK
O Over-sampling operating clock output
121 NMD4
DOCLK
O PCM bit clock output
122 NMD11
81
LRCLK
Clock output for discriminating the channel
O
(L/R) of PCM audio data
123 NMD5
82
HMODE0
I
124 NMD10
76
I
Ground
116 NMD2
Open
Setting pin of host interface operating mode
I/O Data transfer line with DRAM
120 VDD
I/O Data transfer line with DRAM
I
Power supply
I/O Data transfer line with DRAM
DV-626D
No. Pin Name I/O
125 GND
Pin Function
Ground
No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
167 MA5
O
Address line with SDRAM
126 NMD6
168 GND
I
Ground
127 NMD9
169 MA1
O
Address line with SDRAM
I
Power supply
O
Address line with SDRAM
178 GND
I
Ground
179 DCS
O
Chip select of SDRAM
180 RAS
O
RAS (Row Address Strobe) control line of
SDRAM
181 CAS
O
CAS (Column Address Strobe) control line
of SDRAM
182 VDD
I
Power supply
141 NMA1
183 MCLK
O
Operation clock of SDRAM
142 NMA6
184 GND
I
Ground
185 DWE
O
WE control line of SDRAM
186 DQMU
O
DQM control line of SDRAM
Use for mask of upper byte output.
187 DQML
O
DQM control line of SDRAM
Use for mask of lower byte output.
146 NMA3
188 VDD
I
Power supply
147 NMA4
189 MD7
128 NMD7
I
I/O Data transfer line with DRAM
129 NMD8
170 MA6
171 MA0
130 VDD
I
131 NCAS0
CAS (Column Address Strobe) control line of
O
DRAM
173 VDD
132 NWE
O WE control line of DRAM
174 MA10
133 NCAS1
CAS (Column Address Strobe) control line of
O
DRAM
175 MA8
134 NRAS
O
RAS (Row Address Strobe) control line of
DRAM
176 MA11
135 GND
I
Ground
177 MA9
136 NMA9
137 NMA8
138 VDD
Power supply
O Address line with DRAM
I
Power supply
139 NMA0
140 NMA7
143 GND
O Address line with DRAM
I
Ground
144 NMA2
145 NMA5
148 VDD
149 BD7
150 BD6
151 GND
O Address line with DRAM
I
Power supply
I
Bit stream input port
I
Ground
172 MA7
190 MD8
191 MD6
192 MD9
193 GND
152 BD5
194 MD5
153 BD4
195 MD10
154 BD3
I
Bit stream input port
155 BD2
196 MD4
156 VDD
I
Power supply
198 VDD
I
Ground
199 MD3
I
Bit stream input port
159 BD0
160 BCLK
200 MD12
201 MD2
I
Strobe signal (clock) of BD port
161 BDEN
I
Indicates the effective or invalid data which is
203 GND
sampled from BD port
162 BDREQ
Output permission signal against to the
O device (channel decoder) which connecting
to BD port
204 MD1
163 VDD
I
205 MD14
Power supply
164 MA3
165 MA4
166 MA2
I
Ground
I/O Data transfer line with SDRAM
197 MD11
157 GND
158 BD1
I/O Data transfer line with SDRAM
I
Power supply
I/O Data transfer line with SDRAM
202 MD13
I
Ground
I/O Data transfer line with SDRAM
206 MD0
O Address line with SDRAM
207 MD15
208 VDD
I
Power supply
77
DV-626D
LC89051V (DVDM ASSY : IC903)
• Digital Audio IC
AVOCK
CKSEL
E/DOUT
DIN2
DIN1
SWDT/DI
XLAT/CE
SCLK/CL
• Block Diagram
11
9
3
2
1
16
15
14
Input Block
C bit Detection
R 5
VIN 6
VCO 7
PLL
Data Demodulation
Block
Timing
C bit Detection
21 22 20
23
24
CKOUT
BCK
FS128
DATAOUT
ERROR
LRCK
19
Mute Output
• Pin Function
No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
1
DIN1
I
Data input with built-in amplifier (for coaxial or optical module input)
2
DIN2
I
Data input (for optical module input)
3
E/DOUT
O
Emphasis, input bi-phase, and validity flag output
4
VDD
−
Power supply
5
R
I
VCO gain control input
6
VIN
I
VCO free-running setting input
7
VCO
O
PLL low-pass filter setting
8
GND
−
Ground
9
CKSEL
I
System clock selection input (384fs or 512fs)
10
XMODE
I
Reset input
11
AVOCK
I
PLL error lock avoidance clock input
12
TEST1
I
Test input (Must be connected to ground in normal operation)
13
TEST2
I
Test input (Must be connected to ground in normal operation)
14
SCLK/CL
I
Microcomputer interface clock input
15
XLAT/CE
I
Microcomputer interface latch/chip enable input
16
SWDT/DI
I
Microcomputer interface write data input
17
SRDT/DO
O
Microcomputer interface read data output
18
DOSY/LD
O
Microcomputer interface subcode Q and ID synchronization output
19
CKOUT
O
VCO clock output (free running, 384fs, or 512fs)
20
FS128
O
128fs clock output
21
BCK
O
Bit clock output
22
LRCK
O
L/R clock output (left channel=high, right channel=low)
23
DATAOUT
O
Audio data output
24
ERROR
O
PLL lock error mute output
78
17
18
DOSY/LD
Mute Output
TEST
SRDT/DO
TEST1 12
TEST2 13
XMODE 10
Microcontroller
Interface
57
83 82
84
85
56 55 54 53 17 16 52
SDIA1
SURENC
KARAOKE
MUTE
CRC
AC3DATA
DTSDATA
NONPCM
IPORT0 - 7 99 - 92
PLL
Calculation
Clock
(30MHz)
RAM for Delay
SDOA
Interface
C,LFE
LS,RS
Outernal RAM
Interface
SDIB
Interface
ERA MUSE
SDIB
SEL
SDIB CKSEL
24*16
Sub DSP
Data
RAM
SDOB
Interface
SDOB CKSEL
SDOB3
SDOB2
SDOB1
SDOB0
47 46 45 18
STREAM0 - 7
24*24
Main DSP
AC-3 Pro Logic/DTS
Decoder
OPORT0 - 7 32 - 39
L,R
SDOA CKSEL
SDBCK1
SDWCK1
48 49
CRC
66
SDIA
Interface
/CS
SDIA
SEL
67
Input
Buffer
SO
SDIA0
68
SDBCK0
SDWCK0
SI
/SDBCK0
SI
Coefficient
•
Program
RAM
SCK
Control Register
Control
Signal
/CSB 65
Control
Signal
SCK 69
Microcomputer
Interface
DV-626D
YSS912C (JCKB ASSY : IC501)
• DTS Decoder
• Block Diagram
15 OVFB
3,4,25-29,
42-44,58-59
,61,64,70,
86,87
RAMA0 - 16
89 RAMOEN
88 RAMWEN
2 RAMCEN
72 - 79 SDIB3
12 SDIB3
7 SDIB2
6 SDIB1
22 SDOA2
5 SDIB0
23 SDOA1
24 SDOA0
19 CPO
9 XO
8 XI
79
DV-626D
• Pin Function
No. Pin Name I/O
1
VDD1
−
Pin Function
+5V power supply for the terminal block
2
RAMCEN
O
Chip enable for external SRAM
3
RAMA16
O
Address pin 16 for external SRAM
4
RAMA15
O
Address pin 15 for external SRAM
5
SDIB0
I+ PCM input pin 0 to Sub-DSP
6
SDIB1
I+ PCM input pin 1 to Sub-DSP
7
SDIB2
I+ PCM input pin 2 to Sub-DSP
8
XI
I
9
XO
O
Connect a crystal oscillator (12.288MHz(
10
VSS
−
Ground
11
AVDD
−
+3.3V power supply for PLL circuit
12
SDIB3
I+ PCM input pin 3 to Sub-DSP
13
TEST
−
Test pin Non connection
14
TEST
−
Test pin
15
OVFB
O
Over-flow detection pin of Sub-DSP
Non connection
16
DTSDATA
O
DTS data detection pin
17
AC3DATA
O
AC-3 data detection pin
18
SDOB3
O
PCM output pin from Sub-DSP
19
CPO
A
Output for PLL Connect the external analog filter circuit.
20
AVSS
−
Ground for PLL circuit
21
VDD2
−
+3.3V power supply for the internal circuit
22
SDOA2
O
PCM output pin from Main-DSP (C, LFE output)
23
SDOA1
O
PCM output pin from Main-DSP (LS, RS output)
24
SDOA0
O
PCM output pin from Main-DSP (L, R output)
25
RAMA14
O
Address pin 14 for external SRAM
26
RAMA13
O
Address pin 13 for external SRAM
27
RAMA12
O
Address pin 12 for external SRAM
28
RAMA11
O
Address pin 11 for external SRAM
29
RAMA10
O
Address pin 10 for external SRAM
30
VSS
−
Ground
−
+5V power supply for terminal block
O
General-purpose output pin
31
VDD1
32
OPORT0
33
OPORT1
34
OPORT2
35
OPORT3
36
OPORT4
37
OPORT5
38
OPORT6
39
OPORT7
40
VSS
−
Ground
41
VDD2
−
+3.3V power supply for internal circuit
42
RAMA9
O
Address pin 9 for external SRAM
43
RAMA8
O
Address pin 8 for external SRAM
44
RAMA7
O
Address pin 7 for external SRAM
45
SDOB2
O
PCM output pin from SUb-DSP
46
SDOB1
47
SDOB0
48
SDBCK1
I+ Bit clock input for SDOA, SDIB and SDOB signals
49
SDWCK1
I+ Word clock input for SDOA, SDIB and SDOB signals
50
VSS
−
80
Ground
DV-626D
No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
51
VDD2
−
+3.3V power supply for internal circuit
52
NONPCM
O
Non-PCM data detection pin
53
CRC
O
AC-3 CRC error detection pin
54
MUTE
O
Auto mute detection pin
55
KARAOKE
O
AC-3 karaoke data detection pin
56
SURENC
O
Dolby surround encode input detection pin of AC-3 2/0 mode
57
/SDBCK0
O
Inverting clock output of SDBCK0
58
RAMA6
O
Address pin 6 for external SRAM
59
RAMA5
O
Address pin 5 for external SRAM
60
VSS
−
Ground
61
RAMA4
O
Address pin 4 for external SRAM
62
/IC
Is
Initial clear pin
63
TEST
−
Test pin
64
RAMA3
O
Address pin 3 for external SRAM
65
/CSB
Non connection
IS+ Chip select input pin for Sub-DSP
66
/CS
Is
67
SO
Ot Data output pin of the microcomputer interface
Chip select input pin of the microcomputer interface
68
SI
Is
Microcomputer interface and data input pin for Sub-DSP
69
SCK
Is
Microcomputer interface and clock input pin for Sub-DSP
70
RAMA2
O
Address pin 2 for external SRAM
71
VDD1
−
+5V power supply for the terminal block
72
RAMD0
73
RAMD1
74
RAMD2
75
RAMD3
76
RAMD4
77
RAMD5
78
RAMD6
I+/O Data pin for external SRAM (STREAM 0 output when external SRAM is not used.)
79
RAMD7
80
VSS
−
Ground
81
VDD2
−
+3.3V power supply for the internal circuit
82
SDWCK0
I
Word clock input pin for SDIA, SDOA, SDIB and SDOB signals
83
SDBCK0
I
Bit clock input pin for SDIA, SDOA, SDIB and SDOB signals
84
SDIA0
I
85
SDIA1
I
AC-3/DTS bitstream (or PCM) data input pin to Main-DSP
86
RAMA1
O
Address pin 1 for external SRAM
87
RAMA0
O
Address pin 0 for external SRAM
88
RAMWEN
O
Write enable pin for external SRAM
89
RAMOEN
O
Output enable pin for external SRAM
90
VSS
−
Ground
91
VDD2
−
+3.3V power supply for the internal circuit
92
IPORT7
93
IPORT6
94
IPORT5
95
IPORT4
96
IPORT3
97
IPORT2
98
IPORT1
99
IPORT0
I+ General-purpose input pin
− Ground
Note) Is: Schmitt trigger input , I+: Input with pull-up resistor , O: Digital output , Ot: 3-state digital output , A: Analog
100 VSS
81
DV-626D
PM0023AF (VQEB ASSY : IC101)
• VQE4 IC
• Block Diagram
MPU Interface with
Configuration Register
MPU
MPEG2
Video
Decoder
Sync and Timing
Generator
MPEG2
Video
Decoder
Input
Interface
16M bit
SDRAM
Macrovision
Closed Caption
VBID
WSS
Signal Generator
Video Processing Engine
with
NTSC/PAL Video Encoder
SDRAM Interface
6 ch
D/A
OSD
Interface
6 ch
75 Ω
Driver
OSD
• Pin Function
No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
1
GND_00
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
2
CLAMP
O
Clamp pulse output
I
Register monitor address input
I
Output data control input
3
RMA0
4
RMA1
5
RMA2
6
RMA3
7
RMA4
8
RMA5
9
DOC0
10
DOC1
11
VDD_00
−
Power supply
12
GND_01
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Connect to 3.3V.
13
CSB
I
Chip select input for microcomputer interface L: select
14
SDATA
I
Serial data input for microcomputer interface Schmitt input
15
SCLK
I
Serial clock input for microcomputer interface Lead in SDATA at rising edge. Schmitt input
16
SRN
I
System reset input L: reset Schmitt input
17
TEST
I
Test mode cntrol input Connect to GND.
18
VCC_S0
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
19
GND_S0
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Schmitt input
20
XI
I
Connect a crystal resonator (27MHz) Connect to VCC (+3.3V) when using CLK (pin 23).
21
XO
O
Connect a crystal resonator (27MHz) Set to open when using CLK (pin 23).
22
GND_02
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
23
CLKI
I
External clock (27MHz) input
24
VDD_01
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
82
DV-626D
No. Pin Name I/O
25
VI0
26
VI1
27
VI2
28
VI3
29
VI4
30
VI5
31
VI6
32
VI7
33
GND_03
Pin Function
(LSB)
I
Video data input
Input 8-bit parallel signal of CCIR-601 or CCIR-656 systems.
(MSB)
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
34
NHS
Horizontal sync. signal input Outputs at Master mode and inputs at Slave mode (set with the register).
I/O
Negative polarity
35
NVS
I/O
Vertical sync. signal input Outputs at Master mode and inputs at Slave mode (set with the register).
Negative polarity
36
VDD_02
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
37
DOC2
I
Output data control input
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
38
GND_04
39
MD00
40
MD01
41
MD02
42
MD03
(LSB)
I/O Data input and output for external memory with pull-up
43
VDD_03
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
44
GND_05
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
45
MD04
46
MD05
47
MD06
48
MD07
49
VDD_04
50
MD15
51
MD14
52
MD13
53
MD12
I/O Data input and output for external memory with pull-up
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
I/O Data input and output for external memory with pull-up (MSB)
I/O Data input and output for external memory with pull-up
54
VCC_S1
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
55
GND_S1
−
Ground
56
MD11
57
MD10
58
MD09
59
MD08
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
I/O Data input and output for external memory with pull-up
60
GND_06
−
Ground
61
MCLK
O
Clock output for external memory
O
Address output for external memory
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
62
MA09
63
MA08
64
MA07
65
MA06
66
VDD_05
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
−
Ground
O
Address output for external memory
O
Writing control output for external memory
67
GND_07
68
MA05
69
MA04
70
MWEB
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
71
MCASB
O
CAS output for external memory
72
MRASB
O
RAS output for external memory
73
MA11
O
Address output for external memory (MSB)
74
MA10
O
Address output for external memory
75
MA00
O
Address output for external memory (LSB)
83
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No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
76
VDD_06
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
77
GND_08
−
Ground
O
Address output for external memory
78
MA01
79
MA02
80
MA03
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
81
OSDHSY
O
Horizontal sync. signal output for external OSD
82
OSDVSY
O
Vertical sync. signal output for external OSD
83
VDD_07
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
84
GND_09
−
Ground
85
OSDCLK
O
Clock output for external OSD
86
GND_10
−
Ground
I
OSD data input
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
87
CTA2
88
CTA1
89
CTA0
90
VCC_S2
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
−
Ground
I
OSD blend control input
I
Control input for scan test Connect to 3.3V.
O
Data output
O
Register monitor output
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
O
Register monitor output
91
GND_S2
92
BLD1
93
BLD0
94
SCAN_T
95
SCAN_W
96
DO0
97
DO1
98
DO2
99
DO3
100 DO4
101 DO5
Negative polarity
Negative polarity
Connect to reference voltage (0V).
102 DO6
103 DO7
104 DO8
105 DO9
106 RMO0
107 RMO1
108 VDD_08
109 RMO2
110 RMO3
111 VDD_09
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
112 GND_11
−
Ground Connect to reference voltage (0V).
113 GND_AGB0
A
Ground for Guard band Connect to reference voltage (0V).
114 VDDDA_A0
A
Power supply for A0 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
115 DAO_A0
A
DAC output of A0 channel
116 GNDDA_A0
A
DAC ground of A0 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
117 DAO_A1
A
DAC output of A1 channel
118 GNDDA_A1
A
DAC ground of A1 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
119 VDDDA_A1
A
Power supply for A1 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
120 CBU_A
A
Connect a phase compensation capacitor for Group_A_DAC
84
Connect a 0.1µF capacitor to GND.
DV-626D
No. Pin Name I/O
Pin Function
121 REXT_A
A
Connect a reference resistor for Group_A_DAC Connect a 3.1 (3.0) kΩ resistor to GND>
122 CBL_A
A
Connect a by-pass capacitor for Group_A_DAC
Connect a 0.1µF capacitor to GND.
123 VDDDA_A2
A
Power supply for A2 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
124 GNDDA_A2
A
DAC ground of A2 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
125 DAO_A2
A
DAC output of A2 channel
126 VDDDA_B0
A
Power supply for B0 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
127 GNDDA_B0
A
DAC ground of B0 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
128 DAO_B0
A
DAC output of B0 channel
129 GNDDA_B1
A
DAC ground of B1 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
130 DAO_B1
A
DAC output of B1 channel
131 VDDDA_B1
A
Power supply for B1 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
Connect a 0.1µF capacitor to GND.
132 CMU_B
A
Connect a phase compensation capacitor for Group_B_DAC
133 REXT_B
A
Connect a reference resistor for Group_B_DAC Connect a 3.1 (3.0) kΩ resistor to GND>
Connect a 0.1µF capacitor to GND.
134 CBL_B
A
Connect a by-pass capacitor for Group_B_DAC
135 GNDDA_B2
A
DAC ground of B2 channel Connect to reference voltage (0V).
Current output Connect a 330Ω resistor to GND.
136 DAO_B2
A
DAC output of B2 channel
137 VDDDA_B2
A
Power supply for B2 channel DAC Connect to 3.3V.
138 GND_AGB1
A
Ground for Guard band Connect to reference voltage (0V).
O
Register monitor output
139 RMO4
140 RMO5
141 RMO6
142 RMO7
143 VDD_10
−
Power supply Connect to 3.3V.
144 CLKO
O
Clock (27MHz) output
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7.2.2 DISPLAY
VAW1050 (FLKY ASSY : V101)
• FL DISPLAY
1
40
G2 to G11
192kHz
V-PART GUIDE
ANGLE VOCAL
96kHz
S17
GRP
DOWN MIX
S18 TITLE
L C R LFE
Ls S Rs
SACD
HDCD
REPEAT
PARTNER
GUI
S18
TRK
CHP
COND.MEMORY
LAST MEMORY
S17
TOTAL
S4
DOLBY
DIGITAL
S9
REMAIN
S7
S8
S3
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G9
G8
G10
G11
S6
S10
S13
S2
S1
S5
S11
S12
S14
• ANODE AND GRID ASSIGNMENT
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
G11
S1
192kHz
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S2
96kHz
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
S3
DOWN MIX
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S3
S4
L
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S4
S5
C
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S5
S6
R
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S6
S7
LFE
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7
S8
Ls
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S9
S
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S9
S10
Rs
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S11
S12
SACD
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S12
S13
HDCD
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S13
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S14
S15
V-PART
GUIDE
S16
ANGLE
VOCAL
REPEAT
TRK
COND
MEMORY
LAST
MEMORY
S17
S17
GRP
PARTNER
CHP
S17
DOLBY
DIGITAL
S18
S18
TITLE
S18
TOTAL
REMAIN
GUI
dts
• PIN ASSIGNMENT
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Assignment
NL
F1
NL
NL
S18
S17
S16
S15
S14
S13
S12
S11
S10
S9
S8
S7
S6
S5
S4
S3
24
25
Pin No.
21
22
23
Assignment
S2
S1
NL
F1, F2 : Filament
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G11 G10
G1~G11 : Grid
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
G9
G8
NL
NL
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
G2
G1
NL
NL
F2
NL
S1~S18 : Anode
NL : No Lead
DV-626D
8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 PANEL FACILITIES
Front Panel (KU and KC types)
1
2 3 4 5 67 8 9
DVD PLAYER
0
SURROUND
!
FL OFF
Î
VIRTUAL
DOLBY
DIGITAL
CENTER
= ~
ÛN¿><>Û
DNR
STANDBY / ON
-
SUB
WOOFER
0
4 1
5.1CH
MODE
¡ ¢
7
DOLBY DIGITAL DTS DECODER
8
3
ACOUSTIC DAMPER MECHANISM
AUDIO
VIRTUAL DOLBY
DIGITAL
PICTURE
CONTROL
FL
DIMMER
(* & ^
1
%
STANDBY/ON button (U.S. and Canadian models only)
$
# @
9
2
CENTER button
Press to turn the center speaker channel on and off when
listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel discrete
audio outputs.
3
4
6
=
~
8
!
DNR indicator
@
3 (play) button
Press to start or resume playback.
¡ ¢ (forward) button
Press to advance to chapters/tracks. Press and hold to perform
fast-forward scanning.
#
4 1 (reverse) button
Press to go back to previous chapters/tracks. Press and hold to
perform reverse playback scanning.
FL OFF indicator
Indicates that the player’s display window has been turned off
using FL DIMMER.
8 (pause) button
Press during playback to pause. Press again to resume
playback.
Press to switch the audio output between 5.1 channel audio and
2 channel audio. It is also possible to set the default audio output
in the Setup screen Audio 2 menu.
Indicates that the Virtual Dolby Digital function is on .
7 (stop) button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to
resume from a point shortly before the location where it
stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the
beginning of the disc if playback starts again.
5.1 CH MODE button
VIRTUAL DOLBY DIGITAL indicator
0 (open/close) button
Press to open and close the disc tray.
Indicates that the digital noise reduction function is on .
7
Remote sensor
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate
the player.
SUB WOOFER button
Press to turn the SUB WOOFER (LFE) channel on and off when
listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel discrete
audio outputs.
5
0
SURROUND button
Press to turn the surround (rear) speaker channels on and off
when listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel
discrete audio outputs.
Display window
Displays system information.
Press to switch the player on or to put in standby.
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Disc illumination
Lights when a DVD is loaded and when no disc is loaded.
Turns off when a disc format other than DVD is loaded in the
player.
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%
*
Disc tray
When loading a disc, place in the disc tray with the label side
facing up.
^
Press to turn the Virtual Surround function on and off .
(
FL DIMMER button
AUDIO button
Press repeatedly to select one of the audio soundtracks
available on a DVD.
Press to change the brightness of the FL display and disc
illumination in four steps: maximum brightness, medium
brightness, minimum brightness, and off. When the FL display
is turned off, the FL OFF indicator lights.
&
VIRTUAL DOLBY DIGITAL button
PICTURE CONTROL button
Press repeatedly to select one of the programmed picture
quality settings. The setting changes each time the button is
pressed.
Front Panel (WY and WV types)
1
2 3 4 5 67 8 9
DVD PLAYER
DNR
SURROUND
= ~
!
FL OFF
Î
VIRTUAL
DOLBY
DIGITAL
CENTER
-
ÛN¿><>Û
STANDBY
POWER
0
SUB
WOOFER
0
4 1
5.1CH
MODE
¡ ¢
7
DOLBY DIGITAL DTS DECODER
8
3
ACOUSTIC DAMPER MECHANISM
— OFF
)
1
_
ON
AUDIO
VIRTUAL DOLBY
DIGITAL
PICTURE
CONTROL
FL
DIMMER
(* & ^
%
STANDBY indicator
$
# @
5
2
CENTER button
Press to turn the center speaker channel on and off when
listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel discrete
audio outputs.
6
4
8
FL OFF indicator
Indicates that the player’s display window has been turned off
using FL DIMMER.
SUB WOOFER button
Press to turn the sub-woofer (LFE) channel on and off when
listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel discrete
audio outputs.
88
VIRTUAL DOLBY DIGITAL indicator
Indicates that the Virtual Dolby Digital function is on.
SURROUND button
Press to turn the surround (rear) speaker channels on and off
when listening to sources being output from the 5.1 channel
discrete audio outputs.
DNR indicator
Indicates that the digital noise reduction function is on.
7
3
5.1 CH MODE button
Press to switch the audio output between 5.1 channel audio
and 2 channel audio. It is also possible to set the default audio
output in the Setup screen Audio 2 menu.
Indicates that the player is in standby, using a minimum
amount of power to maintain system settings.
9
Display window
Displays system information.
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0
Remote sensor
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate
the player.
-
0 (open/close) button
Press to open and close the disc tray.
=
7 (stop) button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to
resume from a point shortly before the location where it
stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the
beginning of the disc if playback starts again .
~
8 (pause) button
Press during playback to pause. Press again to resume
playback.
!
3 (play) button
Press to start or resume playback.
@
¡ ¢ (forward) button
Press to advance to chapters/tracks. Press and hold to perform
fast-forward scanning.
#
4 1 (reverse) button
Press to go back to previous chapters/tracks. Press and hold to
perform reverse playback scanning.
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Disc illumination
Lights when a DVD is loaded and when no disc is loaded.
Turns off when a disc format other than DVD is loaded in the
player.
%
Disc tray
When loading a disc, place discs in the disc tray with the label
side facing up.
^
FL DIMMER button
Press to change the brightness of the FL display and disc
illumination in four steps: maximum brightness, medium
brightness, minimum brightness, and off. When the FL display
is turned off, the FL OFF indicator lights.
&
PICTURE CONTROL button
Press repeatedly to select one of the programmed picture
quality settings. The setting changes each time the button is
pressed.
*
VIRTUAL DOLBY DIGITAL button
Press to turn the Virtual Surround function on and off.
(
AUDIO button
Press repeatedly to select one of the audio soundtracks
available on a DVD.
)
POWER switch
Press to switch the player on or off.
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Rear Panel (KU and KC types)
1
2
4
5
6 7 8
9
0
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
Y
AUDIO OUT (2 ch)
VIDEO OUT
OPT.
1
1
PB
VIDEO
L
OUT
SELECT
2
2
PR
R
CONTROL
OUT
L
R
CONTROL jacks
2
8
DIGITAL OUT jacks (coaxial, optical (OPT.))
9
0
VIDEO OUT jacks
Connect to the video input on a TV or monitor or AV amplifier or
receiver with video input capability. When using this output, be
sure to set VIDEO OUT SELECT to the left position .
5
S-VIDEO OUT jacks
If your TV or monitor has an S-video input, clear picture
reproduction is possible by connecting the player to your TV or
monitor via the S-video jack When using this output, be sure to
set VIDEO OUT SELECT to the left position.
6
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
If your projection monitor, projector or similar component has
component video inputs, you can produce a higher quality
picture on your projection monitor or projector by connecting to
the component video outputs on this unit. When using these
jacks, be sure to set VIDEO OUT SELECT to the right position .
7
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch
Use to set which output is used to output the video signals.
Select either video/S-video or component video signal output
depending on the connections you make.
90
SUB
SURROUND WOOFER
AUDIO OUT (2 ch) jacks
AUDIO OUT (5.1 ch) jacks
Use to output 6 discrete audio channels of decoded digital
audio to a receiver or amplifier with discrete audio inputs.
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on discs. You
can output the digital signal via either coaxial or optical output
jack to an AV amplifier or receiver.
4
FRONT
Use to output two-channel audio (analog) to the audio stereo
inputs on a TV or stereo amplifier. If you are connecting to a
receiver that has both digital and analog input jacks for DVD
player connection, it may be beneficial to make both
connections.
Use to connect this player to another component bearing the
Pioneer Î mark. This lets you control this unit as though it
were a component in a system. Player operations are then
performed by pointing the remote control at the component that
the player is connected to.
2
AC IN
IN
1
1
AUDIO OUT (5.1 ch)
CENTER
DIGITAL OUT
AC IN power cord connection terminal
Use to connect the power cord to the wall outlet. Depending on
the model, the shape of the terminal may be different from that
shown here.
DV-626D
Rear Panel (WY and WV types)
1
2
3
4
AV CONNECTOR
S-VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO OUT
5
6
AUDIO OUT (2 ch)
AUDIO OUT (5.1 ch)
OPT.
1
1
L
2
2
R
L
TV SYSTEM
IN
PAL
NTSC
AUTO
R
1
9
1
CONTROL jacks
FRONT
7
SURROUND
SUB
WOOFER
AC IN power cord connection terminal
Use to connect the power cord to the wall outlet .
8
TV SYSTEM switch
Use to change the TV signal mode to either PAL or NTSC
according to the type of TV and disc to be used. When the
switch is in the AUTO position, the player outputs the format on
the disc as is.
AV CONNECTOR jack
Use a 21-pin SCART cable to connect to a TV or monitor
compatible with this type of connection. Both audio (2 channel
stereo) and video (Video, S-video, and RGB) signals are output
from the AV CONNECTOR jack.
3
2
8
Use to connect this player to another component bearing the
Pioneer Î mark. This lets you control this unit as though it
were a component in a system. Player operations are then
performed by pointing the remote control at the component that
the player is connected to.
2
AC IN
CENTER
DIGITAL OUT
CONTROL
OUT
7
9
DIGITAL OUT jacks (coaxial, optical (OPT.))
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on discs. You
can output the digital signal via either coaxial or optical output
jack to an AV amplifier or receiver.
VIDEO OUT jacks
Connect to the video input on a TV or monitor or AV amplifier or
receiver with video input capability.
4
S-VIDEO OUT jacks
If your TV or monitor has an S-video input, clear picture
reproduction is possible by connecting the player to your TV or
monitor via the S-video jack.
5
AUDIO OUT (2 ch) jacks
Use to output two-channel audio (analog) to the audio stereo
inputs on a TV or stereo amplifier. If you are connecting to a
receiver that has both digital and analog input jacks for DVD
player connection, it may be beneficial to make both
connections.
6
AUDIO OUT (5.1 ch) jacks
Use to output 6 discrete audio channels of decoded digital
audio to a receiver or amplifier with discrete audio inputs.
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Remote Control Unit (VXX2627 (CU-DV036) : KU and KC types)
(Buttons indicated with * are used for menu operation.)
1
1
2
3
4
5
%
^
OPEN/
CLOSE
DISPLAY
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
SETUP
ANGLE
&
Use to display or close the DVD menu screen.
2
MENU
3
*
= Stereo = 1/L (Left) = 2/R (Right)
4
7
(
ENTER
@
#
FUNCTION
MEMORY
VIDEO
ADJUST
F.MEM
V.ADJ
STOP
FL
7
PREVIOUS
4
DIMMER JOG MODE
PLAY
¢
RETURN
8
REV
1
STEP/SLOW
e
JOG
)
_
+
FWD
¡
SEARCH MODE
E
¡
™
5
2
3
C
6
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
RANDOM
REPEAT
PROGRAM
A-B
DVD PLAYER
CONDITION
MEMORY
Î
MULTI DIAL
Use to control the rate of forward or reverse playback in Jog
Mode.
7
Light button (side panel)
Use to illuminate the main operation buttons on the remote
control. When pressed, the buttons light for approximately 3
seconds. This function is convenient for locating the command
buttons when the room is dark.
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¢
SETUP button*
Press when the player is in either play or stop mode to open and
close the Setup screen.
CLEAR
1
DISPLAY button
Press during playback to display statistical disc information.
Press repeatedly to display different information.
PAUSE
3
NEXT
LAST
MEMORY
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AUDIO button
Press repeatedly to select one of the audio languages and/or
audio formats programmed on a DVD.
For Video CD and CD, each press changes the audio output as
follows.
6
8
9
0
=
~
!
(standby/on) button
Press to switch the player on or to put in standby .
TOP MENU
MULTI DIAL
MENU button*
8
VIDEO ADJUST (V.ADJ) button
Various attributes of the video presentation can be adjusted to
suit the program type or personal preferences. Press VIDEO
ADJUST (V.ADJ) to display the on-screen options.
∞
9
Press to incorporate a menu item into a shortcut list that is
stored in memory and can be called up at any time.
§
¶
FUNCTION MEMORY (F.MEM) button
0
PLAY 3 button
Press to start disc playback.
-
STOP 7 button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to
resume from a point shortly before the location where it was
stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the
beginning of the disc when playback starts again.
=
PREVIOUS 4/NEXT ¢ buttons
During playback, press PREVIOUS 4 to go back to a
previous chapter/track and NEXT ¢ to advance to the next
chapter/track.
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~
RETURN
button*
+
Use to go one menu back (current settings are maintained).
Use RETURN
when you do not want to change the option
setting in a menu.
!
STEP/SLOW e /E buttons
Press STEP/SLOW E during playback to view slow playback.
In pause mode, press STEP/SLOW E to advance DVDs and
Video CDs frame by frame and STEP/SLOW e to back up a
DVD a few frames at a time.
@
Press to put the player in the Jog Mode. When this mode is on,
the speed of playback of DVDs and Video CDs in both forward
and reverse directions can be manually controlled by turning
the MULTI DIAL in the respective direction.
¡
™
Number buttons (1-9, 0, +10)*
During playback of DVD and Video CD, press
FWD ¡ to perform fast forward scanning. Press
REV 1 to perform fast reverse scanning of DVD and Video
CD. When a CD is loaded, audio scanning is performed.
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Press to perform a title, chapter/track or elapsed time search.
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∞
§
*
A-B button
Press at the beginning and end of the section you want to
repeat or to mark a location you want to return to.
ANGLE button
Some DVDs are recorded with various camera angle playback
options. Press ANGLE repeatedly to display different camera
angles.
TOP MENU button*
REPEAT button
Press once to repeat playback of current chapter/track. Press
twice to repeat playback of current title.
Press repeatedly to select one of the subtitle languages
programmed on a DVD or to turn the subtitles off.
&
PROGRAM button
You can program titles, chapters, or tracks to play back in a
desired order. Programs can be a maximum of 24 steps.
Additionally, DVD programs for up to 24 discs can be stored in
the player’s memory for future use.
OPEN/CLOSE 0 button
SUBTITLE button
CLEAR button
Works in conjunction with a number of player functions. Use to
cancel repeat and random playback, and to edit programs .
Press to open or close the disc tray.
^
SEARCH MODE button
LAST MEMORY button
You can resume DVD or Video CD playback from the point you
last watched even if the disc is removed from the player. Press
LAST MEMORY during playback to set a Last Memory point.
When you want to resume playback of that disc, press LAST
MEMORY in the stop mode and playback starts from the
memorized point. Last Memory locations can be stored for up
to 5 DVDs (or 4 DVDs and 1 Video CD).
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REV 1 /FWD ¡ (fast reverse/ fast forward) buttons
RANDOM button
Press to play chapters/tracks in random order.
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PAUSE 8 button
Press to pause playback of a disc. Press again to resume
playback.
Use to perform direct title and chapter/track searches, and to
input numerical values.
#
JOG MODE (JOG) button
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CONDITION MEMORY button
You can store in memory the settings for up to 15 DVDs. Press
CONDITION MEMORY during DVD playback to memorize the
settings.
Press to call up the top menu programmed on the DVD.
Depending on the DVD, the top menu may be identical to the
DVD menu.
(
Cursor control joystick*
Use to move the cursor through the options on menu screens
and to change settings .
ENTER button*
Press to implement settings selected with the cursor control
joystick or to set items highlighted in a menu.
)
DIMMER (FL) button
Press to change the brightness of the FL display and disc
illumination in four steps: maximum brightness, medium
brightness, minimum brightness, and off. When the FL display
is turned off, the FL OFF indicator on the front panel lights.
_
JOG MODE indicator
Lights red when the player is in the Jog Mode.
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Remote Control Unit (VXX2644 (CU-DV050) : WY and WV types)
(Buttons indicated with * are used for menu operation.)
1
(standby/on) button
Press to switch the player on or to put in standby.
OPEN/CLOSE
0
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
DISPLAY
MENU
TOP MENU
RETURN
5
5
ENTER
PREVIOUS
=
~
!
NEXT
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
VIDEO
ADJUST
5
1
2
3
4
5
¢
REV
PLAY
FWD
1
3
¡
PAUSE
STOP
8
7
STEP/SLOW
e
E
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
_
2
Press repeatedly to select one of the audio languages and/or
audio formats programmed on a DVD.
For Video CD and CD, each press changes the audio output as
follows.
= Stereo = 1/L (Left) = 2/R (Right)
3
2
3
C
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE RANDOM
LAST
CONDITION
MEMORY MEMORY
REPEAT
4
A-B
Î
MENU button*
Use to display or close the DVD menu screen.
5
TOP MENU button*
Press to call up the top menu programmed on the DVD.
Depending on the DVD, the top menu may be identical to the
DVD menu.
+
6
¡
™
£
SETUP button*
Press when the player is in either play or stop mode to open and
close the Setup screen.
CLEAR
1
AUDIO button
PREVIOUS 4 /NEXT ¢ buttons
During playback, press PREVIOUS 4 to go back to a
previous chapter/track and NEXT ¢ to advance to the next
chapter/track.
7
REV 1 /FWD ¡ (fast reverse/forward) buttons
During playback of DVD and Video CD, press
FWD ¡ to perform fast forward scanning. Press
REV 1 to perform fast reverse scanning of DVD and Video
CD. When a CD is loaded, audio scanning is performed.
8
PAUSE 8 button
Press to pause playback of a disc. Press again to resume
playback.
9
STOP 7 button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to
resume from a point shortly before the location where it was
stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the
beginning of the disc when playback starts again.
0
Number buttons (1-9, 0, +10)*
Use to perform direct title and chapter/track searches, and to
input numerical values.
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PROGRAM button
You can program titles, chapters, or tracks to play back in a
desired order. Programs can be a maximum of 24 steps.
Additionally, DVD programs for up to 24 discs can be stored in
the player’s memory for future use.
=
¡
™
£
Press at the beginning and end of the section you want to
repeat or to mark a location you want to return to.
@
SUBTITLE button
Press repeatedly to select one of the subtitle languages
programmed on a DVD or to turn the subtitles off.
#
CONDITION MEMORY button
You can store in memory the settings for up to 15 DVDs. Press
CONDITION MEMORY during DVD playback to memorize the
settings.
REPEAT button
A-B button
RANDOM button
Press to play chapters/tracks in random order.
Press once to repeat playback of current chapter/track. Press
twice to repeat playback of current title.
!
CLEAR button
Works in conjunction with a number of player functions. Use to
cancel repeat and random playback, and to edit programs.
SEARCH MODE button
Press to perform a title, chapter/track or elapsed time search.
~
+
LAST MEMORY button
You can resume DVD or Video CD playback from the point you
last watched even if the disc is removed from the player. Press
LAST MEMORY during playback to set a Last Memory point.
When you want to resume playback of that disc, press LAST
MEMORY in the stop mode and playback starts from the
memorized point. Last Memory locations can be stored for up
to 5 DVDs (or 4 DVDs and 1 Video CD).
ANGLE button
Some DVDs are recorded with various camera angle playback
options. Press ANGLE repeatedly to display different camera
angles.
$
OPEN/CLOSE 0 button
Press to open or close the disc tray.
%
VIDEO ADJUST button
Various attributes of the video presentation can be adjusted to
suit the program type or personal preferences. Press VIDEO
ADJUST to display the on-screen options.
^
DISPLAY button
Press during playback to display statistical disc information.
Press repeatedly to display different information.
&
RETURN
button*
Use to go one menu back (current settings are maintained).
Use RETURN
when you do not want to change the option
setting in a menu.
*
Cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞)*
Use to move through the options on menu screens and to
change settings.
(
ENTER button*
Use to implement settings selected with the cursor buttons or to
set items highlighted in a menu.
)
PLAY 3 button
Press to start disc playback.
_
STEP/SLOW e /E buttons
Press STEP/SLOW E during playback to view slow playback.
In pause mode, press STEP/SLOW E to advance DVDs and
Video CDs frame by frame and STEP/SLOW e to back up a
few frames at a time.
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Display Window
1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8
REPEAT
96 kHz
ANGLE
DOWN MIX
L
LS
#
1
R LFE
RS
C
S
TITLE
@ !
96 kHz indicator
GUI
TRK
CHP
=
ANGLE indicator
TITLE indicator
REPEAT indicator
Indicates that the Repeat function is on and that the current
title, chapter, or track is being repeated.
5
~
6
!
@
LAST MEMORY indicator
COND. MEMORY indicator
Indicates that Condition Memory settings are memorized for the
currently loaded DVD.
9
TOTAL indicator
Indicates that the disc in the player is stopped and DISPLAY
has been pressed.
0
DTS indicator
Indicates DTS audio playback.
96
DOLBY DIGITAL indicator
REMAIN indicator
Counter display
LFE channel indicator
Program Format indicators
Depending on the audio format recorded on the disc loaded in
the player, the following indicators light to show the channels
being played back.
L : Left front *1*2, C : Center *1, R : Right front *1*2,
LS : Left surround*1, S : Surround (mono) *2,
RS : Right surround*1
*1 : Lights to indicate playback of a 5.1 ch Dolby Digital source.
*2 : Lights to indicate playback of a Dolby Surround source.
GUI indicator
Indicates the Last Memory location is registered in memory for
the currently loaded DVD or Video CD.
8
REMAIN
The LFE (low frequency effects) channel indicator indicates 5.1
channel audio that contains a channel for low frequency
sounds that are used by the sub woofer.
Indicates an on-screen menu operation is being performed.
7
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Displays the playback mode, type of disc, title and chapter/
track numbers, playback time, etc.
TRK and CHP indicator
Indicates a chapter or track number is being displayed.
TOTAL
=
Indicates that the remaining playback time of a title or chapter/
track is being displayed.
Indicates a title number is being displayed.
4
COND. MEMORY
LAST MEMORY
-
Indicates Dolby Digital audio playback.
Indicates Multi-Angle playback is in progress.
3
0
~
Indicates that the currently loaded disc contains an audio signal
with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz.
2
9
#
DOWNMIX indicator
During multichannel audio playback, indicates that the out put
signal has been “downmixed” from the original audio source.
This is an automatic function performed by the player in order
to present the most appropriate audio mix to the speakers
present in your system.
DV-626D
8.2 SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (KU and KC types)
General
System .................. DVD system and Compact Disc digital audio system
Power requirements .............................................. AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption ................................................................. 19 W
Power consumption in standby mode ..................... less than 0.9 W
Weight ................................................................. 2.9 kg (6 lb. 6 oz.)
Dimensions ................................... 420 (W) x 288 (D) x 104 (H) mm
(16 9/16 (W) x 11 5/16 (D) x 4 1/8 (H) in.)
(Not including protruding cables, etc.)
Operating temperature ..................... +5°C to +35°C (+36°F to +96°F)
Operating humidity ............................ 5% to 85% (no condensation)
Other terminals
CONTROL IN ........................................................... Minijack (3.5 ø)
CONTROL OUT ....................................................... Minijack (3.5 ø)
Accessories
Remote control unit ........................................................................ 1
AA (R6P) dry cell batteries ............................................................. 2
Audio cord ...................................................................................... 1
Video cord ...................................................................................... 1
Power cord ..................................................................................... 1
Operating Instructions .................................................................... 1
Note
S-Video output (2 individual outputs)
Y (luminance) - Output level ...................................... 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
C (color) - Output level ........................................ 286 mVp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks .......................................................................... S-VIDEO jack
Video output (2 individual outputs)
Output level ................................................................ 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
Component video output
(Y, PB, PR)
Output level .......................................................... Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without
notice, due to improvement.
*
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works, © 1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
** "DTS" and "DTS Digital" are trademarks of Digital Theater
System, Inc.
Accessories
Audio Cord (L=1.5m): VDE1033
Audio output (2 pairs)
Output level
During audio output .............................. 200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................................... 2
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
White
Red
Video Cord (L=1.5m): VDE1034
Yellow
Audio output (5.1 CH)
Output level
During audio output .............................. 200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................................... 6
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
Power Cord: ADG7021
Remote Control Unit (CU-DV036): VXX2627
Digital audio characteristics
Frequency response ..................... 4 Hz to 44 kHz (DVD fs: 96 kHz)
S/N ratio ............................................................... more than 115 dB
Dynamic range ..................................................... more than 103 dB
Total harmonic distortion ...................................................... 0.002%
Wow and flutter .............................................. Limit of measurement
(±0.001% W. PEAK) or lower
Dry Cell Battery (R6P,AA): VEM-013
Digital output
Optical digital output ........................................... Optical digital jack
Coaxial digital output ......................................................... RCA jack
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SPECIFICATIONS (WY and WV types)
General
System .................. DVD system and Compact Disc digital audio system
Power requirements .................................. AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption ................................................................. 20 W
Power consumption in standby mode .................... less than 0.9 W
Weight .................................................................................... 3.0 kg
Dimensions ................................... 420 (W) x 288 (D) x 104 (H) mm
(Not including protruding cables, etc.)
Operating temperature .............................................. +5°C to +35°C
Operating humidity ............................ 5% to 85% (no condensation)
S-Video output (2 individual outputs)
Y (luminance) - Output level ...................................... 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
C (color) - Output level ........................................ 286 mVp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks .......................................................................... S-VIDEO jack
Video output (2 individual outputs)
Output level ................................................................ 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
AV connector input/output ..................................... 21-pin connector
This connector provides the video and audio signals for connection
to a compatible color TV or monitor.
21-pin connector assignment
Digital output
Optical digital output ........................................... Optical digital jack
Coaxial digital output ......................................................... RCA jack
Other terminals
CONTROL IN ........................................................... Minijack (3.5 ø)
CONTROL OUT ....................................................... Minijack (3.5 ø)
Accessories
Remote control unit ........................................................................ 1
AA (R6P) dry cell batteries ............................................................. 2
Audio cord ...................................................................................... 1
Video cord ...................................................................................... 1
Power cord ..................................................................................... 1
Operating Instructions .................................................................... 1
Note
The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without
notice, due to improvement.
Accessories
20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
Audio Cord (L=1.5m): VDE1033
White
21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1
Pin no.
1 Audio 2/R out
3 Audio 1/L out
4 GND
7 B out
8 Status
11 G out
15 R or C out
17 GND
19 Video out or Y out
21 GND
Audio output (2 pairs)
Output level
During audio output .............................. 200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................................... 2
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
Audio output (5.1 CH)
Output level
During audio output .............................. 200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................................... 6
Jacks ................................................................................. RCA jack
Digital audio characteristics
Frequency response ..................... 4 Hz to 44 kHz (DVD fs: 96 kHz)
S/N ratio ............................................................... more than 115 dB
Dynamic range ..................................................... more than 103 dB
Total harmonic distortion ...................................................... 0.002%
Wow and flutter .............................................. Limit of measurement
(±0.001% W. PEAK) or lower
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Red
Video Cord (L=1.5m): VDE1034
Yellow
Power Cord : ADG1127 (WY type)
Power Cord : ADG7004 (WV type)
Remote Control Unit (CU-DV050): VXX2644
Dry Cell Battery (R6P,AA): VEM-013
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