CD Sound Machine AZ 2535

CD Sound Machine AZ 2535

CD Sound Machine

AZ 2535

all versions

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Handling Chip Components and Safety ..........................1 - 1

Technical Specification & Service tools ...........................2 - 1

Service Measurement......................................................2 - 2

Connections and controls .......................................3 - 1..3 - 2

Instruction for use ...................................................3 - 3..3 - 6

Disassembly Diagram......................................................4 - 1

Block Diagram .................................................................5 - 1

Wiring Diagram ................................................................5 - 2

LCD Board

Circuit diagram ........................................................6 - 1

Layout diagram ........................................................6 - 2

CD/MCU Board

Circuit diagram ........................................................7 - 1

Layout diagram........................................................7 - 2

MTF Board

Circuit diagram .......................................................8 - 1

Layout diagram .......................................................8 - 2

Tuner Board

Circuit diagram .......................................................9 - 1

Layout diagram .......................................................9 - 2

Tuner adjustment table ...........................................9 - 2

Power Board

Circuit diagram ......................................................10 - 1

Layout diagram......................................................10 - 2

Exploded view diagram (main set) ................................11 - 1

Exploded view diagram (tape deck) ..............................11 - 2

Mechanical partslist ......................................................11 - 2

Electrical partslist...........................................................12 - 1

(Circuit and Layout diagram for referrence only)

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Copyright 2004 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by LX 0413 Service Audio Printed in The Netherlands Subject to modification

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LASER PRODUCT

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HANDLING CHIP COMPONENTS

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WARNING

All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handling during repair can reduce life drastically.

When repairing, make sure that you are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set via a wristband with resistance. Keep components and tools at this potential.

ESD

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WAARSCHUWING

Alle IC´s en vele andere halfgeleiders zijn gevoelig voor electrostatische ontladingen (ESD).

Onzorgvuldig behandelen tijdens reparatie kan de levensduur drastisch doen vermindern. Zorg ervoor dat u tijdens reparatie via een polsband met weerstand verbonden bent met hetzelfde potentiaal als de massa van het apparaat.

Houd componenten en hulpmiddelen ook op ditzelfde potentiaal.

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ATTENTION

Tous les IC et beaucoup d´autres semi-conducteurs sont sensibles aux décharges statiques (ESD). Leur longévite pourrait être considérablement écourtée par le fait qu´aucune précaution nést prise à leur manipulation.

Lors de réparations, s´assurer de bien être relié au même potentiel que la masse de l´appareil et enfileer le bracelet serti d´une résistance de sécurité.

Veiller à ce que les composants ainsi que les outils que l´on utilise soient également à ce potentiel.

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WARNUNG

Alle ICs und viele andere Halbleiter sind empfindlich gegenüber elektrostatischen Entladungen (ESD).

Unsorgfältige Behandlung im Reparaturfall kann die

Lebensdauer drastisch reduzieren.

Sorgen Sie dafür, daß Sie im Reparaturfall über ein Pulsarmband mit Widerstand mit dem Massepotential des

Gerätes verbunden sind.

Halten Sie Bauteile und Hilfsmittel ebenfalls auf diesem

Potential.

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Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its original condition and that parts which are identical with those specified be used.

Safety components are marked by the symbol f

Les normes de sécurité exigent que l`appareil soit remis

à l`état d`origine et que soient utilisées les pièces de rechange identiques à celles spécifiées.

Les composants de sécurité sont marqués i

AVVERTIMENTO

Tutti IC e parecchi semi-conduttori sono sensibili alle scariche statiche (ESD).

La loro longevità potrebbe essere fortemente ridatta in caso di non osservazione della più grande cauzione alla loro manipolazione. Durante le riparationi occorre quindi essere collegato allo stesso potenziale che quello della massa delápparecchio tramite un braccialetto a resistenza.

Assicurarsi che i componenti e anche gli utensili con quali si lavora siano anche a questo potenziale.

SAFETY

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Veiligheidsbepalingen vereisen, dat het apparaat in zijn oorspronkeliijke toestand wordt teruggebracht en dat onderdelen, identiek aan de gespecificeerde, worden toegepast.

De Veiligheidsonderdelen zijn aangeduid met het symbool d

Bei jeder Reparatur sind die geltenden Sicherheitsvorschriften zu beachten. Der Originalzustand des Gerätes darf nicht verändert werden. Für Reparaturen sind Originalersatzteile zu verwenden.

Sicherheitsbauteile sind durch das Symbol markiert.

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Le norme di sicurezza estigono che l´apparecchio venga rimesso nelle condizioni originali e che siano utilizzati i pezzi di ricambiago identici a quelli specificati.

Componenty di sicurezza sono marcati con

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DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when open.

AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

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Varning !

Osynlig laserstrålning när apparaten är öppnad och spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej strålen.

Advarsel !

Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undgå udsaettelse for stråling.

CLASS 1

LASER PRODUCT

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Varoitus !

Avatussa laitteessa ja suojalukituksen ohitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättömälle laserisäteilylle. Älä katso säteeseen !

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After servicing and before returning the set to customer perform a leakage current measurement test from all exposed metal parts to earth ground, to assure no shock hazard exists.

The leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.

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"Pour votre sécurite, ces documents doivent être utilisés par des spécialistes agréés, seuls habilités à réparer votre appareil en panne".

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL

Mains voltage

Mains frequency

-/00C : 230 V

-/01 : 230V/120 V

-/00C

:: 50 Hz

Battery

Power consumption

Dimension (W x H x D) mains : 12 V (R20 x 8)

:

< 5 W typ. 2W(power off)

: 480 x 260 x 170 mm

TUNER - MW SECTION

Tuning range : 531 - 1602 kHz

IF frequency : 450 kHz

± 1 kHz

Sensitivity : <

Selectivity at S9/300kHz

IF rejection ratio

:

Image rejection

:

AMPLIFIER & MAX PART

Output power

Residual noise

Channel difference

Hum & noise mains : 2 x 4 W battery : 2 x 4 W

: 60nW (volume minimum)

: 3dB typ. at 500mW

: 500nw (Vol.max.-20dB)

TUNER - FM SECTION

Tuning range

IF frequency

Sensitivity

Selectivity

IF rejection

Image rejection

: 87.5 - 108 MHz

: 10.7 MHz

±0.02MHz

: < 25 dBf at 26dB S/N

: > 20 dB at S9/300kHz

: > 50 dB

: > 20 dB

COMPACT DISC

S/N ratio

:

> 50 dB

Channel difference : < 3 dB

Crosstalk

Crosstalk

Frequency response

1 kHz : > 26 dB

10 kHz : > 16 dB

: +10dB

±2dB at 100Hz

(500mW output WOOX ON)

Frequency response : +1dB

±2dB at 10kHz

(500mW output WOOX ON)

THD (1KHz,-6dB)

THD (10KHz,-20dB)

:

:

1%

3%

Frequency accuracy

Acoustical noise

Shock resistance

±Z axis

±X or ±Y axis

: +/-0.5%

: > 2 g

: > 3 g

: <35dBA (mode:play/pause)

: <45dBA (mode:jump)

SERVICE TOOLS

Audio signal disc SBC 429.......................................................................4822 397 30184

Playability test disc SBC 444...................................................................4822 397 30245

Test disc 5

(disc without errors ) +

Test disc 5A (disc with dropout errors, black spots and fingerprints)

SBC 426/426A .....................................................................4822 397 30096

Burn in test disc (65 min. 1kHz signal at -30 dB level without “pause”) .....4822 397 30155

AVAILABLE ESD PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

anti-static table mat

large 1200x650x1.25mm small 600x650x1.25m

anti-static wristband

4822 466 10953

4822 466 10958

4822 395 10223

connection box (3 press stud connections, 1M

Ω )

extendible cable (2m, 2M

Ω , to connect wristband to connection box)

4822 320 11307

4822 320 11305

connecting cable (3m, 2M

Ω , to connect table mat to connection box) 4822 320 11306

earth cable (1M

, to connect any product to mat or to connection box) 4822 320 11308

KIT ESD3 (combining all 6 prior products - small table mat)

4822 310 10671

wristband tester

4822 344 13999

SERVICE MEASUREMENT

Tuner SW

RF Generator e.g. PM5326

Aerial replacement

Capacitor

DUT

2 - 2

Bandpass

250Hz-15kHz e.g. 7122 707 48001

LF Voltmeter

e.g. PM2534

S/N and distortion meter

e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

To avoid atmospheric interference all AM-measurements have to be carried out in a Faraday´s cage.

Use a bandpass filter (or at least a high pass filter with 250Hz) to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz).

Tuner AM (MW,LW)

DUT

Bandpass

250Hz-15kHz e.g. 7122 707 48001

LF Voltmeter

e.g. PM2534

RF Generator e.g. PM5326

Frame aerial e.g. 7122 707 89001

S/N and distortion meter

e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

To avoid atmospheric interference all AM-measurements have to be carried out in a Faraday´s cage.

CD

Use Audio Signal Disc SBC429 4822 397 30184 (replaces test disc 3)

L.P.F. = 13 th

order filter 4822 395 30204

DUT

Low pass filter 22kHz

L

R

S/N and distortion meter e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

LEVEL METER e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 with FF-filter

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CONNECTIONS AND CONTROLS

1

HEAVY !

Take care of your CD Soundmachine.

Grip both handles when you carry or lift the set.

LOURD !

Soin de prise de votre Soundmachine CD.

Saisissez les deux poign ées quand vous portez ou déplacez l'appareil.

7 8 9

6

5

4

3

2

1

^

3

4

5

0

!

@

MA

X

FM

MW

1

2

3

4

5

7

6

#

$

%

0

X

C B A A

A

8 x D-cells - R20 - UM1

B

2 x AAA

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CONNECTIONS AND CONTROLS

English

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

– remote control

– video cable

– AC mains lead

TOP AND FRONT PANEL (See 1)

1 LCD Display – shows the status of the set

2 [dB]: – display to indicate bass power.

3 STANDBY ON y – switch the set on/ off.

4 VOLUME – adjust volume level or equalizer level

5 SOURCE – selects sound source for functions:

CD/ FM / MW / GAME AUX/ TAPE

6 p – 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack.

Note: The speakers will be muted when headphones are connected to the set.

7

Cassette recorder keys

PAUSE

; – pauses playback or recording

STOP • OPEN

9 /

– opens the cassette compartment

– stops the tape

SEARCH

5 /6 – fast winds/rewinds tape

PLAY

1 – starts playback

RECORD

0 – starts recording

8 OPEN•CLOSE – press to open/ close CD door

9 AUDIO IN ( LEFT / RIGHT) – LINE-IN jack for external audio appliance.

VIDEO IN – to keep video plug in place

0

PRESET

-,

+

– selects a preset radio station.

SEARCH

§ , §

CONTROL

REMOTE CONTROL (See 1)

1 CD – selects CD sound source

FM / MW – selects tuner source / wavebands

AUX – selects GAME AUX

2 y – switches the set to standby / on if set operating on AC power. (Switches set off only if battery powered)

3 REPEAT – repeat a track / CD programme / entire

CD

SHUFFLE – plays CD tracks in random order in CD source

MUTE – interrupts/ resumes sound

4

VOL

4, 3 – adjust volume level or adjust equalizer level (BASS/ MID /HIGH)

5

¡ , ™ – select previous/ next track in CD playback

9 – stop CD playback;

– erases a CD program.

2; – starts or pauses CD playback

5 / 6 – searches backwards/ forwards within track / CD

6 EQUALIZER – selects bass, mid and treble frequencies

MAX – select special bass enhancement on/ off

GAMESOUND – select sound effects: BLAST/

PUNCH/ SPEED/ NORMAL in game mode

7

PRESET

-,

+

, – selects a previous/ next radio preset station.

CONTROL

CD: – searches backward or forward ;

– skips to the beginning of a current track/ previous/ later track.

FM / MW : – tunes to radio stations

2; – starts or pauses CD playback

9 – stop CD playback;

– erases a CD program

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IR SENSOR – infrared sensor for remote control

@ GAMESOUND – select sound effects: BLAST/

PUNCH/ SPEED/ NORMAL in GAME AUX mode

EQUALIZER – selects bass, mid and treble frequencies, and volume BASS/ MID /HIGH/ VOL

PROG

CD: – programs tracks and reviews the programmed songs;

FM / MW : – programs preset radio stations.

FM / MW – selects FM / MW waveband

MODE – selects different CD play modes: e.g.

REPEAT or SHUFFLE order.

MAX SOUND – to active or deactivate the optimal mix of various sound features

BACK PANEL (See 1)

# Telescopic antenna – improved FM reception

$ Battery compartment – for 8 batteries, type

R-20, UM-1 or D-cells

% AC MAINS – inlet for power cord

^ VIDEO OUT – connect to the VIDEO IN jack on a

TV or VCR for viewing or recording.

POWER SUPPLY

Whenever convenient, use the power supply to conserve battery life. Make sure you remove the power cord from the set and wall jack before inserting batteries.

BATTERIES

Batteries (not included) (See A)

• Insert 8 batteries, type R-20, UM-1 or D-cells,

(preferably alkaline) with the correct polarity.

Remote control (See B)

• Insert 2 batteries, type AAA, R03 or UM4

(preferably alkaline).

Incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage and will corrode the compartment or cause the batteries to burst.

• Do not mix battery types: e.g. alkaline with carbon zinc. Only use batteries of the same type for the set.

• When inserting new batteries, do not try to mix old batteries with the new ones.

Batteries contain chemical substances, so

they should be disposed of properly.

USING AC POWER

1. Check if the AC power supply, as shown on the

type plate located on the bottom of the set,

corresponds to your local power supply. If it does not, consult your dealer or service center.

2. If your set is equipped with a voltage selector, adjust the selector so that it matches with the local power supply.

3. Connect the power cord to the wall jack and the set is now ready for use.

4. To disconnect the power supply, unplug the set from the wall jack.

POWER-SAVING AUTOMATIC STANDBY

As a power-saving feature, the system automatically switches to standby 15 minutes after CD has reached the end and no control is operated.

The type plate is located on the bottom of the set.

For users in the U.K., please follow the boxed instructions ‘Important notes...’ on this sheet.

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INSTRUCTION FOR USE

DIGITAL TUNER

Tuning to stations (See 3)

1. Press STANDBY ON y to on, then press

SOURCE once or more to select FM/MW (or press FM/MW on the remote control).

= Display: shows briefly followed by waveband, frequency, and preset station number if already stored.

2. Press FM/MW once or more to select your waveband.

3. Tuning to stations: you can tune to your stations manually or by automatic search tuning:

Press down on

§ or §

(

5 or 6 on the remote control) and release button when the frequency in the display starts running.

= The radio automatically tunes to a station of sufficient reception. Display shows during automatic tuning.

4. Repeat step 3 if necessary until you find the desired station.

• To tune to a weak station, press

§

or § briefly and repeatedly until you have found optimal reception.

To improve radio reception:

• For FM, extend, incline and turn the telescopic antenna. Reduce its length if the signal is too strong.

• For MW, the set uses a built-in antenna. Direct this antenna by turning the whole set.

Programming tuner stations:

You can store up to a total of 30 radio stations in the memory (20 FM and 10 MW), manually or automatically (Autostore).

Autostore

Automatic programming will start from preset 1 or a chosen preset number. The set will only program stations which are not in the memory already.

1. Press PRESET

-

/+ once or more to select the preset number where programming should start.

Note: If no tuner preset number is selected, default is preset 1 and all your presets will be erased.

2. Press PROG for 4 seconds or more to activate auto store programming.

stations are programmed in order of waveband

FM, followed by MW , the first preset station will then be played after all stations are stored automatically.

Manual programming

1. Tune to your desired station (see Tuning to

stations).

2. Press PROG to activate programming.

= Display: PROG flashes.

3. Press PRESET

-

/+ once or more to allocate a number from 1 to 20 for FM or 1 to 10 for MW.

4. Press PROG again to confirm.

= Display: shows the preset number, waveband and the frequency of the preset station.

5. Repeat the above four steps to store other stations.

Note : You can erase a preset station by storing another frequency in its place.

To listen to a preset station

Press PRESET

-

/

+

once or more until the desired preset station is displayed.

CD PLAYER

Playing a CD

This CD player plays Audio Discs including

CD-Recordables and CD-Rewritables.

1. Press STANDBY ON y once or more to on, then select CD SOURCE.

2. Press OPEN•CLOSE to open the CD door.

] is displayed when the CD door is open.

3. Insert a CD with the printed side facing up and press down on OPEN•CLOSE to close the CD door.

]Display show

,or

, then scrolls if no CD inserted/ CD dirty, incorrectly inserted or damaged.

4. Press

2; to start playback.

5. To pause playback press

2;. Press 2; again to resume play.

= Time digits flashes during pause.

6. To stop CD playback, press

9.

Note: CD play will also stop when:

– the CD door is opened

– the CD has reached the end

– you select an other sound source.

Selecting a different track

• Press SEARCH

§ or § (on the remote control ¡ or

™) once or repeatedly until the desired track number appears in the display.

• If you have selected a track number shortly after loading a disc or in the PAUSE position, you will need to press

2; to start playback.

Finding a passage within a track

1. Press and hold SEARCH

§

or §.

– The CD is played at high speed and low volume.

2. When you recognize the passage you want, release

§

or §. Normal playback continues.

Note: During a CD program or if SHUFFLE/ REPEAT is active, searching is only possible within the same track.

Different play modes: SHUFFLE and REPEAT (See

4 - 7)

You can select and change the various play modes before or during playback. The play modes can also be combined with PROGRAM.

SHUFFLE - tracks of the entire CD/ program are played in random order

SHUFFLE REPEAT ALL - to repeat the entire CD/ program continuously in random order

REPEAT ALL - repeats the entire CD/ program

REPEAT - plays the current track continuously

1. To select play mode, press MODE once or more.

(SHUFFLE / REPEAT on the remote control).

2. Press

2; to start playback if in the stop position.

]If you have selected SHUFFLE, playback starts automatically.

3. To select normal playback, press MODE repeatedly until the various modes are no longer displayed.

– You can also press the

9 to cancel your play mode in playing.

Programming track numbers

Program in the stop position to select and store your

CD tracks in the desired sequence. If you like, store any track more than once. Up to 20 tracks can be stored in the memory.

1. Press SEARCH

§ or § on the set to select your desired track number.

2. Press PROG to confirm the track number to be stored.

=If you attempt to program without first selecting a track number, is shown.

3. Repeat steps 1-2 to select and store all desired tracks.

=Display: if you try to program more than 20 tracks.

4. To start playback of your disc program, press

2; .

Note: During normal playback, you can press PROG to add a current track to your program list.

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INSTRUCTION FOR USE

CASSETTE RECORDER MAINTENANCE & SAFETY

CD Synchro Start recording

1 Select CD source.

2 Insert a CD and if desired, programme track numbers.

3 press STOP • OPEN

9 / to open the cassette door.

4 Insert a suitable tape into the cassette deck and close the door.

5 Press RECORD

0 to start recording.

– Playing of the CD programme starts automatically from the beginning of the programme. You don’t need to start the CD player separately.

To select and record a particular passage within a CD track:

• Press and hold down on SEARCH the remote control

5 or 6)

§ or § .(on

• When you recognize the passage you want, release SEARCH

§ or §

.

• To interrupt CD playback press

2; (on the remote control

2;)

• Recording starts from this exact point in the track when you press RECORD

0.

6 For brief interruptions during recording, press

PAUSE

;. To resume recording, press PAUSE ; again.

7 To stop recording, press STOP • OPEN

9 /.

MAINTENANCE & SAFETY (See 0)

CD player and disc handling

• If the CD player cannot read CDs correctly, use a cleaning CD to clean the lens before taking the set to repair.

• The lens of the CD player should never be touched!

• Sudden changes in the surrounding temperature can cause condensation on the lens of your CD player. Playing a CD is then not possible. Do not attempt to clean the lens but leave the set in a warm environment until the moisture evaporates.

• Always close the CD door to avoid dust on the lens.

• To clean the CD, wipe in a straight line from the centre towards the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as they may damage the disc.

• Never write on a CD or attach any stickers to it.

Recording from the tuner

1 Tune to the desired radio station (see Tuning to radio stations).

2 Follow steps 3-7, under Synchro Start CD recording.

CAUTION

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

MAINTENANCE & SAFETY

Safety Information

• Don’t expose the set, batteries, CDs or cassettes to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat.

• To clean the set with a dry cloth. Don’t use any cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene or abrasives as these may harm the set.

• Place the set on a hard and flat surface so that the system does not tilt. Make sure there is good ventilation to prevent the set overheating.

• The mechanical parts of the set contain selflubricating bearings and must not be oiled or lubricated.

• Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.

• Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g. liquid filled objects, lighted candles)

Tape deck maintenance

To ensure quality recording and playback of the tape deck, clean parts A, B and C as shown, once a month. Use a cotton bud slightly moistened with alcohol or a special head cleaning fluid to clean the deck.

1 Open the cassette door by pressing STOP • OPEN

9 /.

2 Press PLAY

1 and clean the rubber pressure rollers C.

3 Press PAUSE

; and clean the magnetic heads A, and also the capstan B.

4 After cleaning, press STOP • OPEN

9 /.

Note : Cleaning of the heads can also be done by playing a cleaning cassette through once.

This set complies with the radio interference requirements of the

European Union.

Environmental information

We have done our best to reduce the packaging and make it easy to separate into 3 materials:cardboard, expandable polystyrene, polyethylene.

Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging, exhausted batteries and old equipment.

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INSTRUCTION FOR USE

BASIC FUNCTIONS

SWITCHING ON AND OFF

1.

Press STANDBY ON y on the set to switch on.

2.

Press SOURCE once or more to select your desired function: CD, FM, MW, GAME AUX,

TAPE

3.

Press STANDBY ON y to switch off the set.

Note :

– To change from TAPE to FM / MW or CD source, or when you are switching off the set: first, make sure you press the tape STOP

9 key to end playback and all the cassette keys are released.

– The tone, sound settings, tuner presets and the volume level (up to a maximum volume level of

VOL 20 ) will be retained in the set's memory.

ADJUSTING VOLUME AND SOUND

1.

Adjust the volume with the VOLUME control.

= Display shows the volume level and a number from 0-32. (See 2)

2.

MAX SOUND

To enhance the bass response: press MAX SOUND once or more to switch on / off.

= MAX SOUND-key backlight lights up when

MAX SOUND is turned on.

Notes:

MAX SOUND can be used when you play FM,

MW, CD, TAPE and GAME AUX source.

Some discs might be recorded in high modulation, which causes a distortion at high volume. If this occurs, deactivate MAX SOUND or reduce the volume.

3.

EQUALIZER

To adjust the bass, mid and treble frequencies press

EQUALIZER once or more, then rotate VOLUME within 3 seconds to adjust each level.

=Display briefly shows

,

, or level (-5 to +5) or .

Note:

EQUALIZER can be used during FM, MW, CD,

TAPE and GAME AUX source.

To prevent sound interference the bass control options operate exclusively. You cannot combine the bass from EQUALIZER with MAX SOUND

4.

GAMESOUND

To adjust the game sound, press GAMESOUND once or more to select your option.

=Display briefly shows or

.

, ,

Note: GAMESOUND is only available when you play in GAME AUX source.

How to MUTE the sound

1.

Press MUTE on the remote control to interrupt sound reproduction instantly.

= Playback continues without sound and the display flashes .

2.

To reactivate sound reproduction you can:

– press MUTE again;

– adjust the volume controls;

– change to another source.

GAMESOUND CASSETTE RECORDER

Reviewing the program

In stop, press and hold down PROG for a while until the display shows all your stored track numbers in sequence.

Erasing a program

You can erase the contents of the memory by:

• opening the CD door;

• selecting MW,FM or TAPE sound sources;

• pressing

9 twice during playback or once in the stop position.

= displayed briefly, and

PROG

disappears.

GAMESOUND (See 8)

PLAYING WITH GAMESOUND:

1.

Press SOURCE once or more on the set to select the GAME AUX function (AUX on the remote control)

=Display scrolls :

2.

Connect your console to the cinches on the front of the set AUDIO IN ( LEFT / RIGHT) and VIDEO

IN.

3.

Press GAMESOUND once or more to select your game sound option.

=Display briefly shows or

.

Connecting other equipment to your system

Use the supplied video cable to connect the VIDEO

OUT terminal on the back of the set to VIDEO IN on a TV or VCR for viewing or recording.

Cassette playback (See 9)

1

Select TAPE source.

™ Display: shows throughout tape operation.

2

Press STOP • OPEN

9 / to open the cassette door.

3

Insert a recorded cassette and close the cassette door.

4

Press PLAY

1 to start playback.

5

To interrupt playback press PAUSE

;. To resume, press this key again.

6

By pressing SEARCH

5 or 6 on the set fast winding of the tape is possible in both directions.

7

To stop the tape, press STOP • OPEN

9 /.

• The keys are automatically released at the end of a tape, except if PAUSE

; has been activated.

GENERAL INFORMATION ON RECORDING

• Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or.

other rights of third parties are not infringed.

• This deck is not suited for recording on CHROME

(IEC II ) or METAL (IEC IV ) type cassettes. For recording, use only NORMAL type cassettes (IEC I ) on which the tabs have not yet been broken.

• The best recording level is set automatically.

MID & HIGH controls will not affect the recording in progress.

• To protect a tape from accidental erasure, have the tape in front of you and break out the left tab. If you wish to record again, cover the tabs with a piece of adhesive tape.

3 - 6

INSTRUCTION FOR USE

TROUBLESHOOTING

If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair. If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service center.

WARNING:

Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock! Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty.

No sound /power

Volume not adjusted

• Adjust the VOLUME

Mains lead not securely connected

• Connect the AC mains lead properly

Batteries flat / incorrectly inserted

• Insert (fresh) batteries correctly

Headphones connected to the set

• Disconnect headphones

Electrostatic discharge/interference

• Unplug the set. If batteries inserted, remove batteries from the battery compartment. Press and hold

STANDBY ON y for 10 seconds, then re-plug / replace battery supply, and try activating the set again.

– CD contains non-audio files

• Press SEARCH

§ or

§

. once or more to skip to a CD audio track, instead of the data file

Poor sound quality in GAME•AUX mode

• Adjust the volume on the set or on your game console

Poor radio reception

Weak radio signal

• FM / MW: Adjust the FM / MW telescopic aerial

indication

– CD-R(W) is blank/ not finalized

• Use an unfinalized CD-R(W)

indication

No CD inserted

• Inserted a suitable disc

CD badly scratched or dirty

• Replace/ clean CD, see Maintenance

Laser lens steamed up

• Wait until lens has cleared

Severe radio hum or noise

Electrical interference: set too close to TV, VCR or

computer

• Move the set to increase the distance

Remote control does not function properly

Batteries flat/ incorrectly inserted

• Insert (fresh) batteries correctly

Distance/ angle between the set too large

• Reduce the distance/ angle

The CD skips tracks

CD damaged or dirty

• Replace or clean CD

shuffle or program is active

• Switch off shuffle / program

Poor cassette sound quality

Dust and dirt on the heads, etc.

• Clean deck parts, see Maintenance

Use of incompatible cassette types (METAL or

CHROME)

• Only use NORMAL (IEC I) for recording

Recording does not work

Cassette tab(s) may be broken

• Apply adhesive tape over the missing tab space

For more information on operation instruction please visit Philips Audio internet site : http://www.audio.philips.com

DISASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

A. REMOVE REAR CABINET ASSEMBLY

- REMOVE SCREWS A1 (3X20) 10 PCS.

- REMOVE SCREWS A2 (3X12) 4 PCS

- REMOVE SCREW A3 (3X5) 1PS

(UNDER FRONT CABINET ASSY)

4 - 1 4 - 1

A3 (x1)

B. REMOVE CD TRAY ASSEMBLY

- REMOVE SCREWS B4 (3X10) 2 PCS

- REMOVE SCREWS B5 (3X8) 2PCS

(IN CD DOOR)

B4 (x2)

B5 (x2)

A1 (x10)

A2 (x4)

C. REMOVE LCD BOARD

- REMOVE SCREWS C6 (3X10) 4 PCS

- REMOVE CASSETTE BRACKET

- REMOVE SCREWS C7 (3X10) 2 PCS

- REMOVE CASSETTE SET

- REMOVE SCREWS C8 (3X10) 6 PCS

- REMOVE LCD BOARD

C8 (x6)

C6 (x4)

C7 (x2)

BLOCK DIAGRAM

5 - 1 5 - 1

WIRING DIAGRAM

5 - 2 5 - 2

LCD BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

6 - 1 6 - 1

LCD BOARD - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

6 - 2 6 - 2

7 - 1

CD/MCU BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

7 - 1

CD/MCU BOARD - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

7 - 2 7 - 2

MTF BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

8 - 1 8 - 1

A

71 D15

73 E15

74 G 9

1702 G15

1707 F 3

1

1707 C 3

1707 G 7

1707 C 7

1707 E 9

1707 E12

1709 A14

1710 E15

1725 A15

2703 G 7

2704 C 7

2

2706 B 4

2707 B 6

2708 C 3

2709 G 3

2710 G12

2711 F 6

2712 E 7

2714 C 3

2715 C 6

2716 D 5

3

2719 C 8

2721 G 3

2722 G 7

2723 G 5

2726 G 8

4

2727 F 7

2728 C13

2729 C13

2730 G11

2732 G12

2733 H13

2734 G10

2735 G10

2738 B 3

2739 B 1

5

2750 D 6

2751 H 6

2760 E14

2799 E15

3701 B 6

3703 D 3

3704 C 3

3706 D 4

3707 B 5

3710 D 8

6

3712 E 7

3713 G 3

3714 F 3

3716 H 4

3719 H 8

7

3720 F 7

3722 A 2

3723 A 2

3726 B 9

3727 E 9

8

3730 F12

3731 G12

3732 H13

3733 F 6

3734 D11

3743 C 9

3744 G 9

3747 G12

3748 B 3

3749 B 2

9

3761 G 6

3762 D 6

5701 F11

6704 F11

7702 H13

10

7705 G 4

7705 C 4

8702 F 1

8702 F 1

8702 E 1

8702 E 1

8704 E15

8704 E15

8705 F15

8705 F15

11

9753 C13

9754 F11

9758 D12

T701 A14

T702 A14

12

T705 B14

T706 E14

T707 B10

T708 B10

T709 D14

T710 G11

T711 F14

T712 F 5

T716 F10

T717 F 2

13

T718 E 2

T719 H13

T721 A14

T722 G 7

T723 F 2

14

T724 E 2

T725 C 7

T701

6

1709

R IN

T721

5

L IN

B

C

D

2739

10n

3749

3723 3722

PLAY RECORD

1707

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

3701

100R

3748

2738

10n

R

1707

10

P

12

11 of

2708

47u of

2706

47u

3704

220

2714

1n5

5V

5V1 od

0V 8

IN2

13

RF

1V7

Vcc

14

REF1

5

7705

AN7323

1V5

9

NF2

3707

470k

ALC2

0V

12

4V2

REF2

10

OP2

2707

220u

11

2V6

3703

3762 oG

2704

22u

2715

10n

T725

2

1707 1 R

3 P

2719

5n6

3726

3743

T707

T708

3710

3706

330k

2750

5n6

3734

9758

2728

4n7

2729

4n7

T702

T705

4

3

2

1

GND

+ TAPE

R OUT

L OUT

E

F

G

H

LEFT o

DECK

8702 2 T724

2712 1n5

3712

12k

8702 3 T718

8702 1

8702 4

T723

T717

3720

12k

2727 1n5

R

P

9

1707

8

7

3713 of

2709

47u

3714

220

2721

1n5

0V

7

1V5

6

IN1

NF1

T712 oG

7705

AN7323

0V

2

ALC-TC

ALC1

3

0V

GND

1

2723

100n

OP1

2711

22u

4

3733

2V6

3761

3716

330k

2751

5n6

1

ALL CARBON RESISTORS E12 SERIES

0.33W 5% UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

PLATE CERAMIC CAPACITOR

MYLAR CAPACITOR

ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR d = 10V

E = 16V f = 25V

G = 50V

ALL TUBULAR CERAMIC CAPACITORS UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

2 3 4

RECORD

PLAY ---V

---V oG

22u

2722

10n

5

OPT = OPTIONAL / Used for some Versions

6

2703

T722

7

5

1707

6

4 R

P

8

2726

5n6

3719

3727

3744

9

1707

13

14

R

15

P

1N4148

6704

17

1707

16 R

18

P

3730

T716

74

1

2

3

2735

100p

2734

220p

OPT

2730

1n2

9754 a b

5701 c d od

2710

100u

T710

3731

2732

3n3

3747

150R

3V4

BC337-25

T719

V78

2733

10n

7702

0V3

3732

10 11 12 13

15

4

1702

+ MOTOR

3

2

GND

MOTOR

+1

1

REC INFO

(REC=L)

2

3

4

5

6

1

1725

FE

OPT

A

B

C

D

T709

T706 of

2760

47u

2

OPT 1

71

8704

8704

M

T711

2

1

73

1710

8705

DECK

8705 oE

2799

470u

OPT

E

F

14 15

G

H

8 - 2 8 - 2

MTF BOARD - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

1 2 3 4 5

A

B

C

D

A

+M

7 4

2 7 3 4

7 7 0 2

3 7 4 2

-M

7 1

R-1

2 7 6 0

2 7 3 5

3 7 3 0

6 7 0 4

9 7 6 2

9 7 5 4

9 7 5 5

15 2-1 98

2 7 0 4

3 7 2 6

3 1 4 0 1 1 3 3 1 2 3 1

7 7 0 3

7 7 0 4

3 7 2 7

98- 12- 15

7 3

2 7 0 7

2 7 0 6

2 7 1 5

3 7 1 0

3 7 0 6

2 7 0 8

2 7 1 3

2 7 5 0

7 7 0 1

3 7 3 9

2 7 1 4

2 7 0 0

2 7 0 1

9 7 6 1

3 7 3 6

2 7 0 3

2 7 2 6

9 7 0 7

9 7 0 1

7 7 0 5

2 7 2 2

3 7 6 1

3 7 1 3

2 7 0 9

17 27

2 7 2 0

9 7 0 5

3 7 1 1

3 7 1 9

3 7 1 6

R P

9 7 0 3

9 7 0 2

2 7 2 1

9 7 5 6

2 7 2 8

2 7 2 9

3 7 4 9

2 7 4 0

3 7 5 0

3 7 2 3

3 7 3 8

3 7 3 7

9 7 5 9

9 7 0 6

1 7 0 9

C

2 7 2 7

3 7 2 0

1 7 0 7

9 7 5 1 3 7 2 1

-SD M TF

W

3 7 3 5

R

9 7 5 7

Y

ECO-

15

SH

2 7 3 8

3 7 2 2

3 7 3 4

7 2

98-12-

1 2 3

CASSETTE ADJUSTMENT

Adjustment Cassette SK ....

Azimuth

Motor

Speed

10 kHz

SBC420*

3150 kHz

SBC420*

Tape

Tape

Deck 1

Play

Play

Measure on

Read on

H/P Jack mV meter

H/P Jack

Wow and flutter meter

Adjust with

Left hand

Screw

R/P head

Preset in motor

4

Adjust to max.

**a

5

* SBC420 : 4822 397 30071

**a The maximum permissible speed deviation is – 3%.

Morever, the wow and flutter value can be read.

A

B

C

D

71 A 1

72 D 5

73 A 5

74 A 1

1701 A 5

1702 B 5

1707 D 3

1709 C 5

1721 B 5

1722 B 5

1725 C 5

2700 B 4

2701 B 5

2703 C 2

2704 A 3

2706 A 3

2707 B 2

2708 B 4

2709 C 3

2710 B 1

2711 B 2

2712 D 1

2713 B 3

2714 B 4

2715 B 3

2716 B 3

2717 C 3

2718 B 3

2719 A 3

2720 C 3

2721 C 4

2722 C 2

2723 C 2

2726 C 2

2727 D 2

2728 C 5

2729 C 5

2730 D 1

2731 C 1

2732 B 1

2733 C 1

2734 A 1

2735 A 1

2738 D 4

2739 C 4

2740 C 4

2750 B 3

2751 C 2

2760 A 2

3701 A 2

3703 B 4

3704 B 4

3706 B 3

3707 B 2

3710 A 3

3711 C 3

3712 D 1

3713 C 3

3714 C 4

3716 C 3

3719 C 2

3720 D 2

3721 D 3

3722 D 5

3723 C 5

3724 A 5

3726 A 3

3727 A 3

3728 A 4

3730 B 1

3731 B 1

3732 B 1

3733 B 2

3734 D 5

3735 D 3

3736 B 5

3737 C 5

3738 C 5

3739 A 5

3740 B 4

3742 B 1

3743 A 2

3744 B 2

3747 B 1

3748 D 4

3749 C 5

3750 D 4

3761 C 2

3762 B 3

5701 C 1

6704 B 2

6715 A 2

7701 B 4

7702 B 1

7703 A 4

7704 A 4

7705 B 3

9701 D 2

9702 D 3

9703 D 3

9705 C 4

9706 D 5

9707 C 2

9751 D 3

9752 D 5

9753 D 5

9754 C 1

9755 D 1

9756 C 3

9757 D 3

9759 D 4

9760 A 2

9761 B 5

9762 D 1

T701 C 5

T702 C 5

T705 B 5

T706 B 5

T709 A 5

T710 C 1

T711 B 5

T712 C 2

T713 A 5

T714 D 5

T715 D 5

T716 D 1

T719 B 1

T720 A 5

T721 C 5

T722 C 2

T725 D 2

T7707 A 4

T7708 A 4

9 - 1

TUNER BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

9 - 1

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

1 2 3

TUNER BOARD ECO6

FM

/PORTABLE AUDIO

A

AM FRAME AERIAL

B

1105

RT-01T

T102

C-PAD

T103

AM-RF

Ferrite Antenna only blue

MW

5104 red

5105

LW black

6103

BAV99

2104

100p

Printed

LW only

3107

4M7

Vref

3108

0V

2K2

0.7V

P01

LW=HIGH

1.4V

0V

7104

BC337-40

7105

BC337-40

0V

P0

MW=HIGH

3109

2K2

0.7V

0V

T105

T106

Frame Aerial only

4101

*

4102

LW only

*

330k_LW

4

5103

LW

7PA

3

2

6 1

8 7

5102 8

6

5

4

MW

7

7KL

1

2

3

P01

2106 11p

*

LW only

VDD

P0 3125

10K

VDD

4.1V

4.0V

BC857B

7109

3.9V

3.3V

LW=HIGH

0V

4.0V

3128

0V

2K2

0.7V

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

3101

33K

1

3102

100K

T111

0V

7122

BC847C

FM-RF

FM-OSCILLATOR

*

T110

6105

1

2

3

8

7

6

4 5

HN1V02H

AM-OSCILLATOR

4

5123

6

8 7

MW

3

2

1

5

4

5122

6

8 7

LW

3

2

1

3105

220R

3

6

*

4

AM-IF1

5111 450kHz

3

2

T113

T115

6

1

8 7

4105

7119

J

FM-IF1

5109

I

1

O

3

G

2

2150

100n

C

BFS20

T109

2128

Q-multiplier

0.6V

7102

BF550

5131

0V

Printed

Printed

3142

VCO

100K

10u

2V

Vref 7101

TEA5757H

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

2165

100n

2129

AM DET

2V

1

RIPPLE

AGC

AM-IF

100u

0V

2

AM-RF

AM

FRONTEND

AM

MIXER

FM

IF1

CTRL

T128

FM-RF 0V 3

AGC

AM

OSC

D

4

RF-GND1

FM

FRONTEND

0V

5 FM-OSC

FM

OSC

0V

6

AM-OSC

3.5V

VCC1

3.5V

7 VCC1

4.5V-8V

8 I-TUNE

1V-8V

3141

56K

1V

1.3V

9

0.7V

10

VCO

AF-OUT

RIPPLE

CHARGE

PUMP

VCC2

PRE-

SCALER

MULTI-

PLEXER

VSTABA VSTABB

VDD

STABILIZER

AGC

FM

MIXER

AM

IF

AM

DET

FM

DET

AGC

FM

IF2

AGC

CONTROL

36

2127

1.2V

11

220n

MPX-IN

STEREO

DECODER

AFC

35

FM-IF2

5110

I

1

O

3

G

2

34

T114

FM-IF2-IN

1V

0.7V

33

AM-AFC

P1

32

1.4V

31

4.3V

P0

30 3.4V

WRITE-EN

29 0V

DATA

28 0V

3

AM-IF2

5112

450kHz

4

2

1 6

7P

7 8

3

AM-AFC

5114

450kHz

4

2

1 6

7P

7 8

CLOCK

27 0V

3169 2166

XTAL

OSC

MONO/

STEREO

VDD

VCC2

DIG-GND

26

150K

5121

1n

2167

25

1.4V

DT-381

24 stereo 0.2V

75K Hz

23 mono 4.8V

4.7V

12p

P1

P0

5

RDS only

VCC1

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

0.7V

1.3V

3144

1K

7103

BC857C

2169

2n2

MPX to 1122 pin 2

MPX

BUFFER AMPLIFIER

4

DISCRIMINATOR

5119

3

2

1

6

8 7

2164

470n

2

VDD

21 22

4.7V

VDD

4.1V

3.9V-LW

T118

VCC2

3.5V

VCC1

3.4V

T140

11.4V

VCC2

T117 6182

BAS216

2194

1n

7V

VOLTAGE MULTIPLIER

2190

22u

2193

1n

6181

BAV99

2192

7.5V

1n

3188

2K2

5.2V

7183

BC847C

0V

3189

22K

VERSION PROGRAMMING COMPONETS

VERSION

6120 3156 3157

/00 /02 FM/MW/LW

/00 /02 FM/MW

/01 FM/MW

/14 FM-OIRT/MW

/17 FM/AM

/06 JAPAN component mounted

3170 7111

VERSION DETECTION

P1 6120

BAS216

3161

22K

3160

470R

3159

470R

3155

47R

3167

47R

7111

BC847C

3158

470R

MPX from 2169

3166

47R

5.4V typ.

(5V-12V)

OSCILLATOR

0.1V

7180

BC857B

5.4V

5V

152 kHz, 50mVpp

0V stereo mono stereo

3

T123

STEREO

T122

0V

T121

0V

CLOCK

DATA

5

4

T120

ENABLE/MPX

0V

3

2 stereo 0.3V

mono 4.8V

1122

1

T127

VCC

T126

RIGHT

4

1121

T125

GND

3

LEFT

2

1

T124

4

4.8V

0V

7124

BC847C

0.1V

3137 P0

0.7V

15K MW=HIGH

0.5V

0.1V

7182

BC847C

0.1V

0.5V

4.8V

7181

BC847C

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

2130 F12

2131 F8

2132 F8

2133 F8

2134 I9

2135 I9

2136 H14

2137 H14

2138 F9

2139 G9

2140 G10

2141 F10

2144 F12

2145 E11

2146 D13

2147 E12

2148 D12

2149 H7

2150 A10

2152 E4

2153 E5

2155 D5

2159 F6

2161 C11

2163 D11

2164 F10

2165 C7

2166 D12

2167 E12

2169 G8

2186 H13

2187 H12

2188 I12

2189 I13

2190 G12

2191 H11

2192 G12

2193 G11

2194 G11

2195 G10

2196 H12

2197 H11

3101 E4

3102 D4

3103 C7

3104 A7

3105 B6

3106 B2

3107 C3

3108 D2

3109 D3

3113 B9

3119 A9

3123 H3

3125 H3

3128 I4

3132 H5

2112 B9

2119 H6

2120 H6

2122 I6

2123 I6

2124 I6

2125 H6

2126 E7

2127 E7

2128 B8

2129 C7

1105 A1

1121 F14

1122 E14

2101 A3

2103 C7

2104 A3

2106 B4

2107 F4

2108 F3

2109 F3

2110 B3

2111 B3

3134 H6

3137 I7

3141 E7

3142 E7

3143 G7

3144 G8

3145 F8

3152 H14

3153 H14

3155 F12

3156 C12

3157 C12

3158 E13

3159 D13

3160 D13

3161 D13

3166 F13

3167 F12

3169 D11

3170 C12

3176 G7

3180 I3

3181 E6

3186 F13

3187 H12

3188 H12

3189 H12

3190 H12

3191 I12

3192 I12

3193 I13

3194 I13

3195 I12

3196 I10

4101 E2

4102 E2

7111 C13

7119 A9

7122 I4

7124 I7

7180 H13

7181 I13

7182 I11

7183 H11

T102 A2

T103 A2

T105 E2

T106 E2

T109 B6

T110 F5

T111 F4

T112 F7

T113 A9

T114 A11

T115 A8

T116 F10

T117 G10

T118 F12

T120 E14

T121 E14

T122 E14

T123 E14

6103 A3

6105-1 B4

6105-2 G6

6106 B4

6120 B13

6130 D5

6131 C5

6181 G12

6182 G11

6183 H10

7101 B8

7102 C7

7103 H7

7104 D3

7105 D3

7109 H3

T124 G14

T125 F14

T126 F14

T127 F14

T128 C7

T140 F12

T141 F10

T142 F10

4104 I5

4105 A9

4109 C3

4110 C4

5102 E3

5103 F2

5109 A9

5110 B10

5111 A8

5112 A11

5114 B11

5119 G9

5121 E11

5122 H5

5123 G5

5130 E6

5131 C6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

LEGEND

* ... only assembled in FM/AM-version p ...for provision only

USA ... for USA version only

LW ... for LW version only

LW frame ... for LW version with frame aerial only

E_EU ... for East European version only

J ... for JAPAN version only

9 10

...V FM mode stereo

...V MW mode

V

EVM

...V LW mode voltages measured while set is tuned to a strong transmitter

11 12 13 14

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TUNER BOARD ECO6 - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

1105 B7

1121 B6

1122 B5

2106 D6

2107 C6

2128 C4

2129 C5

2133 D3

2138 D2

2155 C5

2186 C1

2190 B1

2191 A2

2195 C1

3142 E1

5102 D7

5103 E7

5109 B4

5110 B3

5111 B4

5112 B3

5114 B3

5119 D2

5121 C2

5122 B6

5123 B7

5130 D4

5131 E5

7104 C7

7105 D6

9101 B2

9102 D2

9103 B1

9104 B7

9105 D1

9106 C4

9107 D5

9108 C5

9109 E2

9110 E2

9111 C2

9112 D6

9113 D6

9114 E6

9115 D7

TUNER BOARD ECO6 PA /

componentside view

A

AM-AFC

AM-IF2

FM-IF1

AM-IF1

LW-OSC.

MW-OSC.

FM-IF2

DISC.

VCO

LW

FM-OSC.

B

FM-RF

FM-RF

MW

AM-RF

LW-RF

ECO6 PA combi layout 34450 stage .2, 110700

2101 B3

2103 E3

2104 B3

2108 D2

2109 D1

2110 C1

2111 C2

2112 B4

2119 C1

2120 C1

2122 C2

2123 C2

2124 C2

2125 C1

2126 D5

2127 D5

2130 D5

2131 D5

2132 D5

2134 E6

2135 D6

2136 A3

2137 A3

2139 D5

2140 D6

2141 D6

2144 C6

2145 A4

2146 C6

2147 A4

2148 B6

2149 E6

2150 C4

2152 E4

2153 D4

2159 D4

2161 B5

2163 B6

2164 D6

2165 C4

2166 C6

2167 C6

2169 A2

2187 B7

2188 C7

2189 E7

2192 B7

2193 A7

2194 C7

2196 A6

2197 C7

3101 E4

3102 D2

3103 D4

3104 B3

3105 C3

3106 E2

3107 C1

3108 C1

3109 D2

3113 B5

3119 B5

3123 E5

3125 E6

3128 B2

3132 E4

3134 C2

3137 C3

3141 D4

3143 D7

3144 A3

3145 E5

3152 A4

3153 A4

3155 E6

3156 B5

3157 A5

3158 B3

3159 A4

3160 A4

3161 A4

3166 B6

3167 E7

3169 C6

3170 A5

3176 D5

3180 C3

3181 D4

3186 A6

3187 B7

3188 A6

3189 B7

3190 B6

3191 C7

3192 B7

3193 D7

3194 D7

3195 E7

3196 C7

4101 D1

4102 D1

4104 C2

4105 B4

4106 C3

4107 D4

4108 D3

4109 D2

4110 D1

6103 B2

6105 C2

6106 D2

6120 A5

6130 D4

6131 D3

6181 B7

6182 C7

6183 C7

7101 C5

7102 D3

7103 E6

7109 E5

7111 A5

7119 B5

7122 B2

7124 C2

7180 B7

7181 C7

7182 D7

7183 B7

A

TUNER BOARD ECO6 PA /

copperside view

4 3

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

5

5104

MW

1 D

C

K

A

C

Vcc2

2

B E

SMD jumper

41..

(not all items shown in schematic diagram)

5

5105

LW

Vcc1

Vdd black

ECO6 PA 34450 stage .2, 110700

B

These assembly drawings show a summary of all possible versions.

For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram respectively partslist.

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TUNER ADJUSTMENT TABLE

( ECO6 FM/MW- and FM/MW/LW - versions with ferrite antenna)

Input Tuned to Adjust Output Scope/Voltmeter Waverange Input frequency

VARICAP ALIGNMENT

FM

87.5 - 108MHz

(65.81 - 74, 87.5 - 108MHz)

MW

FM/AM-version, 10kHz grid

530 - 1700kHz

FM/MW-version, 9kHz grid

531 - 1602kHz

LW

153 - 279kHz

MW

FM/MW/LW- version, 9kHz grid

531 - 1602kHz

108MHz

87.5MHz

(65.81MHz)

1700kHz

530kHz

1602kHz

531kHz

279kHz

153kHz

1602kHz

531kHz

5130 check

5123 check

5123 check

5122 check

5123 check

1

8V –0.2V

4.3V –0.5V

(1.2V –0.5V)

8V –0.2V

1.1V –0.4V

6.9V –0.2V

1.1V –0.4V

8V –0.2V

1.1V –0.4V

8V –0.2V

1.1V –0.4V

FM IF

FM

10.7MHz, 45mV continuous wave

D

IC 7101 shortcircuit to block AFC

21

2141

5119

2

0 – 3 mV DC

FM RF

FM

87.5 - 108MHz

(65.81 - 74, 87.5 - 108MHz)

108MHz

87.5MHz

(65.81MHz)

A mod=1kHz

∆ f=–22.5kHz

108MHz

87.5MHz

(65.81MHz)

2155

5131

4

MAX

VCO

FM

98MHz, 1mV continuous wave

A

98MHz 3142

3

152kHz –1kHz

1)

AM IF

IC 7101

36

100nF

C

5111

MW

450kHz connect pin 6 of

IC 7101 (AM Osc.) with 2.2k‰ to Vcc

∆ f=–10kHz

V

RF

= 0.5mV

(as low as possible)

IC 7101

40

100nF see remark 2)

5112

5 f o symmetric

AM AFC

MW

C

5114

2

0 – 2 mV DC continuous wave

V

RF

= 2mV

AM RF

3)

LW

198kHz

B

198kHz

5105

LW ferrite coil

MW

FM/MW/LW- and FM/MW-version

( 9kHz grid)

531 - 1602kHz

1494kHz

558kHz

1494kHz

558kHz

2106

5104

MW ferrite coil

5

MW

FM/AM-version, 10kHz grid

530 - 1700kHz

1500kHz

560kHz

∆ f = –30kHz

V

RF

as low as possible

1500kHz

560kHz

2106

5104

MW ferrite coil f o symmetric

ECO6, general with ferrite antenna, 070799

Use Service Testprogram. By selecting the TUNER TEST test frequencies will be stored as preset frequencies automatically.

1)

If sensitivity of frequency counter is too low adjust to max. channel separation

(input signal: stereo left 90% + 9%, adjust output on right channel to minimum)

3)

LW has to be aligned before MW.

2)

RC network serves for damping the IF-filter while adjusting the other one.

Repeat

10 - 1

POWER BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

10 - 1

POWER BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

10 - 2 10 - 2

11 - 1

EXPLODED VIEW DIAGRAM - CABINET

!

@

#

8

9

0

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

SCREW LIST :

M2x6

T2 x 8

T2 x 10

T2.5 x 10

T3 x 8

T3 x 10

T3 x 12

T3 x 16

T3 x 20

T3 x 32

C P/W 2.5 x 10

T P/W 3 x 10

T P/W 3 x 16

5

(4x)

403

502

405

406

5

(4x)

6

(6x)

501

6

(4x)

418

6

(2x)

419

5

(2X)

423

!

403

421

13 (2x)

415

417

503

6

(4x)

6

(2x)

414

416

5

(7x)

404

6

(2x)

6

(4x)

407

6

(3x)

411

!

(4x)

409

408

5

(3x)

413

412

402

401

11 - 1

426

6

(2x)

9

(2x)

424

429

6

9

(2x)

9

(4x)

428

427

431

7

(4x)

432

9

(2x)

433 0

EXPLODED VIEW DIAGRAM - TAPE DECK

11 - 2 11 - 2

MECHANICAL PARTSLIST - CABINET

401

402

403

404

405

994000000076

994000000077

994000000073

994000000075

994000000121

CASS DOOR ASSY

CASS SPRING

DAMPER ASSY

CASS DECK TK20FX-V689-001

FRONT CABINET ASSY

406

406

406

406

406

994000000074

994000000133

994000000134

994000000135

994000000136

CASSETTE KEY 1

CASSETTE KEY 2

CASSETTE KEY 3

CASSETTE KEY 4

CASSETTE KEY 5

412

413

414

415

416

406

407

408

409

411

994000000137

310330905291

994000000097

994000000098

994000000095

994000000091

994000000092

994000000089

994000000101

994000000094

CASSETTE KEY 6

DA11T3CN-PH

DAMPER RUBBER 30

DAMPER RUBBER 40

DUST COVER

KET SET-PLAY

KEY SET-PRESET

KEY SET-POW-ON-OFF

DOOR LATCH SWITCH

SOURCE KNOB

424

426

427

428

429

417

418

419

421

423

431

432

433

994000000087

994000000093

994000000102

994000000132

994000000088

994000000084

994000000083

994000000081

994000000086

994000000085

994000000082

994000000079

994000000078

994000000103

994000000104

994000000131

994000000119

242207098151

CD TRAY

VOLUME KNOB

CHUCKING PLATE ASSY

CD SPRING

DOOR-CD

SPRING-COMPRESS(-)

CONTACT PLATE

DOOR-BATTERY

BATTERY SPRING(+-)

ROD ANT

HANDLE COVER

HANDLE

REAR CAB ASSY

REMOTE CONTROL (RC19621006/01)

AV CORD

TRANSFORMER EI57 (-/01)

TRANSFORMER EI57 (-/00C)

1.5M VDE APPD.CORD SET

Note: Only these parts mentioned in the list are normal service parts.

MECHANIAL PARTSLIST - TAPE DECK

10

11

74

106

4822 528 11189 PINCH ROLLER ASSY

4822 528 70849 PINCH ROLLER ARM(B)

4822 528 70695 ROLLER

4822 403 30792 EJECT HOOK(B)

4822 358 31325 MAIN BELT 45.2 x 1.2

107

110

111

112

115

116

131

4822 358 31124 SUB BELT 44.7 x 1.2

4822 278 90721 LEAF SWITCH

4822 249 30218 R/P HEAD MS18R

4822 249 40306 ERASE HEAD

4822 361 21656 MOTOR EG-530AD-9B

4822 528 81497 MOTOR PULLEY

4822 276 13712 LEAF SWITCH LSA1115B

ELECTRICAL PARTSLIST

- MISCELLANEOUS -

994000000105

994000000106

994000000129

994000000107

994000000108

994000000109

994000000111

994000000112

994000000114

994000000115

MTF BOARD ASSY

TUNER BAORD ASSY (-/00C)

TUNER BAORD ASSY (-/01)

CD/MCU BOARD ASSY

LCD/LCD DRIVE BOARD ASSY

POWER BOARD ASSY

GAME BOARD ASSY

VIDEO OUT BOARD ASSY

KEY/PHONE BOARD ASSY

KEY BOARD ASSY

994000000117

994000000118

996500013424

994000000128

VU-METER

GLASS FUSE 3,15A 250V

TACT SW ITCH

HEAT SEAL CONNECTOR

Note: Only these parts mentioned in the list are normal service parts.

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