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SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL
COMMANDER DEST.
KV-ES29M90
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CHASSIS NO.
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MODEL
COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.
Hong Kong SCC-P27A-A
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TRINITRON ® COLOR TV
KV-ES29M90
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SPECIFICATIONS
Note
Power requirements
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system
B/G, I, D/K, M
Color system
PAL, PAL 60, SECAM, NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58
Stereo/Bilingual system NICAM Stereo Bilingual B/G, I; A2 Stereo Bilingual (German) B/G
Channel coverage
B/G
VHF: E2 to E12 / UHF: E21 to E69 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
I
UHF: B21 to B68 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K
VHF: C1 to C12, R1 to R12 / UHF: C13 to C57, R21 to R60
CATV: Z1 to Z39, S01 to S03, S1 to S41
M
VHF: A2 to A13 / UHF: A14 to A79 /
CATV: A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
˘ (Antenna)
75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (Speaker)
15W + 15W
10% distortion
D (Video)
Input: 4
Output: 1
Phono jacks; 1 VP-P, 75 ohms
≥ (Audio)
Input: 4
Output: 1
Phono jacks; 500 mVrms
Number of terminal
(S Video)
Input: 2
Y : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync
negative
C : 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms
(Component Video) Input: 1
Phono jacks
Y : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync negative
CB : 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
CR : 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Audio : 500 mVrms
DIGITAL IN
Input: 1
Phono jack; 0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms
2 (Headphones)
Output: 1
Stereo minijack
Picture tube
29 inch
Tube size (cm)
72
Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm)
68
Measured diagonally
Dimension (w/h/d, mm)
722 × 561 × 524
Mass (kg)
56
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
CAUTION
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND
THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR
CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE
ANODE.
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ................................ 4
Section
6-1.
6-2.
6-3
6-4.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
6-5.
2. DISASSEMBLY
Rear Cover Removal ...............................................
Speaker Box Removal .............................................
H2 Board Removal ..................................................
Chassis Assy Removal .............................................
Service Position .......................................................
DH Board Removal .................................................
J Board Removal ......................................................
B3, D1 and E Boards Removal ................................
A and D Boards Removal ........................................
H1 Board Removal ..................................................
F2 Board Removal ...................................................
Demagnetization Coil Removal ..............................
Top Switch Removal ................................................
G2 Lead Removal ....................................................
Picture Tube Removal ..............................................
Frame Sub-Assy Disassembly .................................
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6. DIAGRAMS
1. GENERAL ........................................................................ 8
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
2-4.
2-5.
2-6.
2-7.
2-8.
2-9.
2-10.
2-11.
2-12.
2-13.
2-14.
2-15.
2-16.
Title
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35
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36
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Block Diagram ......................................................... 63
Frame Schematic Diagram ...................................... 81
Circuit Boards Location .......................................... 84
Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ... 84
Schematic Diagram of A Board .............................. 89
Schematic Diagram of D Board .............................. 93
Schematic Diagram of D1 Board ........................... 101
Schematic Diagrams of C, F1 and VM Boards ...... 109
Schematic Diagram of E Board .............................. 113
Schematic Diagrams of H1, H2 and H3 Boards .... 120
Schematic Diagram of B3 (1/6) Board .................. 125
Schematic Diagram of B3 (2/6) Board .................. 129
Schematic Diagram of B3 (3/6) Board .................. 133
Schematic Diagram of B3 (4/6) Board .................. 137
Schematic Diagram of B3 (5/6) Board .................. 141
Schematic Diagrams of B3 (6/6) and F2 Boards ... 145
Schematic Diagram of DH Board .......................... 149
Schematic Diagram of A1 Board ........................... 155
Schematic Diagrams of BC4 and E1 Boards ......... 160
Schematic Diagram of J Board ............................... 167
Semiconductors ....................................................... 172
3. SERVICE JIG
3-1.
Jig Required for Servicing ....................................... 39
7. EXPLODED VIEWS
7-1.
7-2.
7-3.
4. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
4-1.
4-2.
4-3.
4-4.
4-5.
Beam Landing ..........................................................
Convergence .............................................................
Focus Adjustment ....................................................
Neck Assy Twist Adjustment ...................................
G2 (Screen) and White Balance Adjustments .........
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8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ...................................... 184
5. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
5-1.
5-2.
5-3.
5-4.
5-5.
5-6.
Adjustments with Commander ................................
Adjustment Method .................................................
Picture Quality Adjustments ....................................
Deflection Adjustment .............................................
A Board Adjustment After IC003 (Memory)
Replacement .............................................................
Picture Distortion Adjustment .................................
Speaker Bracket ...................................................... 181
Chassis .................................................................... 182
Picture Tube ............................................................ 183
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SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will automatically
begin to flash.
The number of times the lamp flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANDBY/TIMER
lamp flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom cannot
be reproduced, the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past
problems and how often these problems occur.
1.
DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS
When an errors occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the
problem. If there is more than one error, the lamp will identify the first of the problem areas.
Result for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a “0”.
Diagnostic
Item
Description
No. of times
STANDBY/TIMER
lamp flashes
Self-diagnostic
display/Diagnostic
result
• Power does not
turn on
Does not light
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• Power cord is not plugged
in.
• Fuse is burned out F1601
(F1 Board)
• Power does not come on.
• No power is supplied to the
TV.
• AC power supply is faulty.
• +B overcurrent
(OCP)
2 times
002:000 or
002:001~255
• H.OUT Q6807 is shorted.
• H.LIM Q6810 is shorted.
• Power does not come on.
• Load on power line is
shorted.
• +B overvoltage
(OVP)
3 times
003:000 or
003:001~255
• PH 6602 faulty.
• 10.5V is not supplied.
(D board)
• Power does not come on.
• Vertical deflection
failure
4 times
004:000 or
004:001~255
• V.OUT IC6800 faulty
D6816 faulty
D6817 faulty
D6824 faulty
R6852 open
R6851 open
• Vertical deflection pulse is
stopped.
• Vertical size is too small.
• Vertical deflection stopped.
• White balance
failure (no
PICTURE)
5 times
005:000 or
005:001~255
• G2 is improperly adjusted.
(Note 2)
• CRT problem.
• Video OUT IC9001, 9002,
9003 are faulty. (C board)
• IC8306 (J board) and
IC4301 (E board) are faulty.
• No connection E board to C
board.
• No raster is generated.
• CRT cathode current
detection reference pulse
output is small.
• Horizontal
deflection
failure
6 times
006:000 or
006:001~225
• C6831 is open circuit.
• CN6101 (D1 board) is
disconnected.
• H pulse output is too high.
• Audio Protection
7 times
007:000 or
007:001~225
• Power supply fails.
• IC1203, IC1204 faulty
• There is picture but speaker
does not release sound.
—
101:00 or
101:001~225
• Discharge CRT (C Board)
• Static discharge
• External noise
• Power is shut down shortly,
after this return back to
normal.
• Detect Micro latch up.
• Micro reset
Probable
Cause
Location
Note 1: Refer to screen (G2) Adjustment in section 4-5 of this manual.
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Detected
Symptoms
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2.
DISPLAY OF STANDBY/TIMER LIGHT FLASH COUNT
2 times
3 times
Lamp ON 0.3 sec.
Lamp OFF 3 sec.
Lamp OFF 0.3 sec.
4 times
5 times
6 times
7 times
STANDBY/SLEEP lamp
Diagnostic Item
Flash Count*
+B overcurrent
2 times
+B overvoltage
3 times
V deflection stop
4 times
White balance failure
5 times
High voltage protector
6 times
Audio Protection
7 times
* One flash count is not used for self-diagnostic.
3.
STOPPING THE STANDBY/TIMER FLASH
Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY/TIMER lamp
from flashing.
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4.
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY
For errors with symptoms such as “power sometimes shuts off” or “screen sometimes goes out” that cannot be confirmed, it
is possible to bring up past occurances of failure for confirmation on the screen:
[To Bring Up Screen Test]
In standby mode, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially in rapid succession as shown below:
[Screen display] / channel [5] / Sound volume [-] / Power ON
˘
Note that this differs from entering the service mode (mode volume [+]).
Self-Diagnosis screen display
SELF DIAGNOSTIC
002 : 000
003 : 000
004 : 000
005 : 001
006 : 002
007 : 000
Numeral "0" means that no fault has been detected.
Numeral "1" means a fault has been detected.
Numeral "2" means two faults have been detected.
101 : 000
5.
HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY
Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic screen
during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to “0”.
Unless the result display is cleared to “0”, the self-diagnostic function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after
completion of the repairs.
[Clearing the result display]
To clear the result display to “0”, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially as shown below when the diagnostic
screen is being displayed.
Channel [8] / 0
[Quitting Self-diagnostic screen]
To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the remote commander or the main unit.
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6.
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT
IC4301
RGB JUNGLE OVP OCP
FROM
CRT (IK)
IC001
SYSTEM
3
IC003
MEMORY
SDA
25 IKIN
5
6
[H] IC6801
20 XRAY
LED 54
[V] D6806/D6801
16 V PROT
SDA
5
CXA2100Q
IC004
MEMORY
[+B overcurrent ªOCPº]
Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B(135) line is detected by Q6610
and Q6609.
If Q6610 and Q6609 go to ON, the voltage to the pin3 of IC001 go to UP.
The unit will automatically turn off.
[+B overvoltage ªOVPº]
Occurs when an overvoltage on the +B(135) line is detected by D6635,
Q6611 and Q6612. If Q6611 and Q6612 go to ON, the voltage to pin6 of
IC001 go to UP. The unit will automatically turn off.
[Vertical deflection failure]
Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by
Q6811, Q6819, Q6820, Q6821 and D6801. Shut down the power supply.
[White balance failure]
If the RGB levels do not balance or become low level within 5 seconds.
This error will be detected by IC4301.
TV will stay on, but there will be no picture.
[High voltage protector of Horizontal Deflection]
Occurs when an overvoltage of horizontal pulse is detected by D6809 and
IC6801.
If the voltage of 7 pin of IC6801 goes to High, the voltage to pin20 of
IC4301 go to UP. The unit will automatically turn off.
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SECTION 1
GENERAL
Using Your New TV
WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
Getting Started
• Operate the TV only between 110 – 240 V AC.
Step 1
Connect the antenna
If you wish to connect a VCR, see the “Connecting a VCR” diagram below.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the
TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during
lightning storms.
Rear of TV
Install the TV in a stable position. Do not allow
children to climb onto it.
or
Antenna cable (not supplied)
IEC connector
(not supplied)
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To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose
the TV to rain or moisture.
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
qualified personnel only.
: Signal flow
Antenna cable (not supplied)
CAUTION
Do not connect the power cord until all other connections are complete;
otherwise, a minimal current leakage through the antenna and/or other
terminals to the ground could occur.
Connecting a VCR
To play a video tape, press t (see page 11).
To ˘ (antenna)
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV.
Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth.
Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals
to clean the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.
Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull
the power cord itself. Disconnect the TV if you
are not going to use it for several days.
Do not plug in too many appliances to the same
power socket. Do not damage the power cord.
Antenna cable (not supplied)
To antenna
output
VCR
Rear of TV
To
(S video input)
Y
S video cable
(not supplied)
CB
CR
AUDIO VIDEO
R
L
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the
TV. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
2
To S video
output
To video and
audio outputs
Do not install the TV in hot, humid or excessively
dusty places.
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Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
(MONO)
L
L
R
R
1
2
DIGITAL IN
(DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM)
3
To t 1, 2 or 3 (video input)
(yellow)
-L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)
: Signal flow
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The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.
Connecting optional components
Notes
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to
(the yellow
jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack).
• If you connect a VCR to the 8 (antenna) terminal, preset the signal
output from the VCR to the program number 0 on the TV.
• When both the
(S video input) and t 1 (video input) are connected,
the
(S video input) is automatically selected. To view the video input
to t 1 (video input), disconnect the S video cable.
You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, multi disc player,
camcorder, video game, or stereo system. To watch and operate the connected
equipment, see pages 11 and 25.
Using Your New TV
Step 2
Insert the batteries into
the remote
b
Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment
using the t (video input) jacks
To
(S video input)
To S video output
or
2
S video cable
(not supplied)
Camcorder
Notes
• Do not use old batteries or different types of batteries together.
• To operate some of the functions of your TV, you may have to open the
remote control cover.
…4
To video and
audio outputs
b
L
≥
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
(MONO)
R
To … 4
(video input)
AUTO
PROGR
: Signal flow
Notes
• When connecting video game equipment, display the “FEATURE” menu
and select “ON” for “GAME MODE” to adjust the picture setting that is
suitable for video games (see page 36).
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Step 3
• You can also connect video equipment to the t 1, 2, or 3 (video input)
jacks at the rear of your TV.
Preset the channels automatically
(S video input) and t 4 (video input) are connected,
• When both the
the
(S video input) is automatically selected. To view the video input
to t 4 (video input), disconnect the S video cable.
Side panel
1
g
2
Side panel
Video game equipment
U
U
Connecting audio/video equipment using the T
(monitor output) jacks
Antenna cable (not supplied)
…4
L
≥
2
(MONO)
R
AUTO
PROGR
AUTO
PROGR
AU TO PROGRAM
PR : 0 1
T V S Y S : AU TO
VH F L OW
Rear of TV
1
To
antenna
output
Y
CB
CR
Notes
• To stop the automatic channel presetting, press MENU twice.
• If your TV has preset an unwanted channel or cannot preset a particular
channel, then preset your TV manually (see page 41).
• To open the side panel of your TV, push on it until you hear a click, then it
will open.
b
R
R
1
PUSH
2
To video and
audio inputs
or
To
audio
inputs
3
To T
(monitor
output)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
Audio cable
(not supplied)
: Signal flow
Note
• If you select “DVD” on your TV screen, no signal will be output at the
T (monitor output) jacks (see page 11).
…4
L
≥
(MONO)
L
(yellow)
-L (MONO)
(white)
-R (red)
2
PUSH
DIGITAL IN
(DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM)
L
Audio system
VCR
(MONO)
R
AUTO
PROGR
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(component video input)
1 Using an audio cable, connect R and L under
(component video input) on your
TV to the LINE OUT, AUDIO R and L output connectors on your DVD player.
2 Using a coaxial digital connecting cord, connect DIGITAL IN under
(component
video input) on your TV to the DIGITAL OUT, COAXIAL output connector on your
DVD player.
3 Using a component video cable, connect Y, CB, and CR under
(component video
input) on your TV to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y, CB, and CR output
connectors on your DVD player.
4 Press t on the remote or the TV until “DVD” appears on the screen.
Connecting a DVD player to t (video input)
Using Your New TV
To
(component video input)
Component video cable
(not supplied)
Connect t 1, 2, or 3 (video input) /
LINE OUT on your DVD player.
To audio/video
output
R-AUDIO-L
(yellow)
-L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)
Y
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To coaxial
digital
output
R-AUDIO-L
LINE OUT
VIDEO
OPTICAL COAXIAL
DVD
player
DIGITAL OUT
To L (white)
R (red)
Coaxial digital
connecting
To DIGITAL IN
cord (not
(digital input)
supplied)
: Signal flow
Notes
• Some DVD player terminals may be labeled differently:
Connect
To (on the DVD player)
Y (green)
Y
CB (blue)
Cb, B-Y or PB
CR (red)
Cr, R-Y or PR
1
2
3
: Signal flow
Notes
• Since the high quality pictures on a DVD disc contain a lot of information,
picture noise may appear. In this case, adjust the sharpness (“SHARP”)
under “PERSONAL ADJUST” in the “PICTURE MODE” menu (see
page 31).
• Connect your DVD player directly to your TV. Connecting the DVD
player through other video equipment will cause unwanted picture noise.
DIGITAL IN
(DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM)
R
S VIDEO OUT
R
CB
L
Y
(MONO)
Audio cable (not supplied)
CR
CB
L
VIDEO
LINE OUT
To audio
output
CR
To t 1, 2, or 3
(video input)
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
To component
video output
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(audio/video) connectors on your TV to
• When connecting to
(component video input) on your TV, you must
connect Y, CB, and CR to receive the video signals, and at least connect
DIGITAL IN to receive digital audio signals or connect L and R to receive
analog audio signals (see page 32).
• When making connections to DIGITAL IN under
(component video
input) on your TV, always set “DIGITAL IN: OFF” in the “A/V
CONTROL” menu. After completing all connections, then set “DIGITAL
IN: ON”. If you set “DIGITAL IN: ON” while still making connections to
DIGITAL IN (component video input), a loud noise may suddenly
come out from the speakers, affecting your hearing and causing damage
to the speakers (see page 32).
continued
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Connecting optional components (continued)
Connecting a DVD player to
Securing the TV
Watching the TV
To prevent the TV from falling, secure the TV using one of the following methods:
This section explains various functions
and operations used while watching the
TV. Most operations can be done using
the remote.
DRC-MF
Using Your New TV
With the supplied screws, attach the stabilizer band to the TV stand and to
A the
rear of the TV using the provided hole.
OR
Pass a cord or chain through the clamps and secure them to the rear of the
B TV
and a wall or pillar.
MENU ENTER
…
– .
+
– PROGR +
A/B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
PIC
MODE
Number buttons
JUMP
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
.
MENU
PROGR
PROGR +/–
ENTER
20 mm
PRESET
– 11 –
A
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
U
3.8 mm
B
1
OR
2
Press ! to turn on the TV.
When the TV is in standby
mode (the 1 indicator on
the TV is lit red), press 1/1
on the remote or on the TV.
Press PROGR +/– or the
number buttons to select
the TV channel.
For double digit numbers,
press ÷, then the number
(e.g., for 25, press ÷, then
2 and 5).
Note
• Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
PROGR
or
9
To select a TV program quickly
(1) Press and hold PROGR +/–.
(2) Release PROGR +/– when the desired program number appears.
Note
• When you select a TV program quickly, the picture may be disrupted.
This does not indicate a malfunction.
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…
–
. +
– PROGR +
Using the Remote Control Button Joystick (
DRC-MF
You can select the menu item on the
screen by moving
up, down, left or
right (see page 29).
A/B
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
U
PIC
MODE
Using Your New TV
1
9
SOUND
MODE
JUMP
To move
To confirm a selected item, press
.
You can also press ENTER on the remote
to confirm a selected item.
)
7
8
0
PIC
MODE
9
JUMP
SOUND
MODE
.
.
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
PROGR
To confirm
SURROUND
ENTER
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
PRESET
.
MENU
MENU
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ENTER
DRC-MF
PRESET
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
PROGR
Changing the menu language
You can change the menu language as well as the on-screen language. For details on
how to use the menu, see “Introducing the menu system” on page 27.
ENTER
. +/–
1
VIDEO
Press MENU.
TITLE
MENU
TV
2
Additional tasks
To
Press
Turn off temporarily
1/1.
The 1 indicator on the TV lights up red.
Turn off completely
! on the TV.
Adjust the volume
2+/–.
Mute the sound
%.
Watch the video input
(VCR, camcorder, etc.)
t (or t on the TV) to select “VIDEO 1”,
“VIDEO 2”, “VIDEO 3”, “VIDEO 4”or “DVD”.
To return to the TV screen, press a (or t on the TV).
Jump back to the previous channel
JUMP.
Display the on-screen information*
.
Move
select
up or down to
, then press
.
3
Make sure “LANGUAGE”
is selected then press
.
4
Move
up or down to
select the desired
language (e.g.,
),
then press
.
The selected menu
language appears.
* Some picture/sound settings, and either the program number or video
mode are displayed. The on-screen display for the picture/sound settings
disappears after about 3 seconds.
To return to the normal screen
continued
Using Your New TV
Press MENU.
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12
Using Your New TV
b
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
b
S E T UP
LANGUAGE : ENG L I SH
CH I L D L OCK : PR 0 1 OF F
P I C ROT A T I ON
F A VOR I T E CH
I N T E L L I GEN T VO L : O F F
b
S E T UP
LANGUAGE/: ENG L I SH
CH I L D L OCK
P I C ROT A T I
F A VOR I T E C
I N T E L L I GEN
b
/ LANGUAGE
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Watching the TV (continued)
MENU ENTER
Advanced Operations
Selecting the picture
and sound modes
Setting the Wake Up timer
1
Press until the desired
period of time appears.
2
3
WAKE UP TIMER:OFF
No Wake Up Timer
.
WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M
After 12 hours
Select the TV channel or video mode you want to wake up to.
Press 1, or set the Sleep timer if you want the TV to turn off automatically.
The indicator on the TV lights up orange.
You can select picture and sound modes
and adjust the setting to your preference
in the “PERSONAL” option.
Using Your New TV
The Wake Up timer starts
immediately after you
have set it.
WAKE UP TIMER:10M
After 10 minutes
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
SOUND MODE
PIC MODE
PROGR
ENTER
PRESET
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
Selecting the picture mode
Press PIC MODE
repeatedly until the
desired picture mode is
selected.
PIC
MODE
To cancel the Wake Up timer
Press until “WAKE UP TIMER: OFF” appears, or turn off the
TV’s main power.
Note
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the TV
is turned on using the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into
standby mode. To resume watching the TV, press any button or control on
the TV or the remote.
Select
To
“DYNAMIC”
receive high contrast pictures.
DYNAMIC
STANDARD
PERSONAL
HI-FINE
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“STANDARD”
receive normal pictures.
“HI-FINE”
receive higher resolution pictures with mild contrast.
“PERSONAL”
receive the last adjusted picture setting from the “ADJUST” option in the
“A/V CONTROL” menu (see page 31).
Setting the Sleep timer
Selecting the sound mode
Press until the desired
period of time appears.
The Sleep timer starts
immediately after you
have set it.
SLEEP TIMER:30M
After 30 minutes
SLEEP TIMER:60M
After 60 minutes
SLEEP TIMER:OFF
No Sleep Timer
SLEEP TIMER:90M
After 90 minutes
Press SOUND MODE
repeatedly until the
desired sound mode is
selected.
To cancel the Sleep timer
Press
SOUND
MODE
≥ DYNAMIC
≥ DRAMA
≥ PERSONAL
≥ SOFT
Select
To
“DYNAMIC”
listen to dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes both the low and high
tones.
until “SLEEP TIMER: OFF” appears, or turn the TV off.
“DRAMA”
listen to sound that emphasizes voice and high tones.
“SOFT”
receive soft sound.
“PERSONAL”
receive the last adjusted sound setting from the “ADJUST” option in the
“A/V CONTROL” menu (see page 31).
Tip
• You can also set the picture and sound modes using the menu (see
“Changing the “A/V CONTROL” setting” on page 30).
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Viewing your
favorite channels
DRC-MF
— “DRC-MF”
DRC-MF
A/B
7
— “FAVORITE CH”
8
0
PIC
MODE
9
JUMP
SOUND
MODE
The Digital Reality Creation-Multi
Function (DRC-MF) feature allows you
to enjoy higher quality pictures on your
TV. You can select “DRC1250” to watch
super real (higher resolution) pictures,
or “DRC100” to reduce flicker if
necessary.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
PIC
MODE
The last seven channels selected with
the number buttons are displayed in
“AUTO” mode. You can set up your
own favorite channels in “MANUAL”
mode under the “FAVORITE CH” menu
(see “Changing the favorite channel
setting” on page 39).
9
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
.
You can display seven favorite channels
for quick and easy selection.
MENU
PROGR
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
FAVORITE
.
MENU
PROGR
ENTER
PRESET
ENTER
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
TV
– 14 –
Press DRC-MF repeatedly
until you receive the
desired picture quality.
DRC-MF
DRC-MF: DRC1250
Select
To
“DRC1250”
select higher resolution pictures.
“DRC100”
reduce flicker on the screen.
DRC-MF: DRC100
Advanced Operations
ENTER
Selecting a favorite channel
1
Press FAVORITE.
The last seven channels
selected with the number
buttons appear.
3
b
4
12
2
Move
up, down, left or
right to select the desired
channel (e.g. PR 8), then
.
press
3
Press
10
8
b
1
3
b
again.
4
10
8
6
1.PR 01
8
FAVORITE CH
2.PR 03
b
Note
• The DRC-MF mode is not selectable when using the “PROGRAM INDEX”
or “FAVORITE” channel feature, or when the “GAME MODE”, Picture-InPicture (“PIP”), or “TWIN” mode is turned “ON”.
6
FAVORITE CH
12
Tip
• When the broadcast signal is weak, you may see some dots or noise on the
TV screen. To reduce this interference, display the “A/V CONTROL”
menu and select “ADJUST” in “PICTURE MODE”, then adjust “SHARP”
to reduce the sharpness (see page 31).
1
FAVORITE CH
FAVORITE
3.PR 04
7.PR 12 6.PR 10
5.PR 08
4.PR 06
Note
• When you use your TV for the first time, seven preset channels appear.
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Viewing higher
quality pictures
Watching two programs at the same time (continued)
Watching two
programs at the
same time
Additional PIP/TWIN pictures tasks
DRC-MF
— “PIP”, “TWIN”
To
Press/Move
change a TV program in the PIP
screen or in the right TWIN picture
Press PROGR + or PROGR –. For a video input,
press .
swap pictures between the main
and PIP screens
Press
freeze the PIP screen
Press
.
To unfreeze the screen, press the button again.
change the position of the PIP screen
Press D.
swap the right and left pictures of
the TWIN pictures
Press
VIDEO
With the Picture-in-Picture (PIP) or
TWIN pictures features, you can display
a different TV program or video within
or beside the main picture.
TITLE
.
PROGR +
PROGR –
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
.
/
PROGR +/PROGR –
MENU
PROGR
.
ENTER
Displaying the PIP screen
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Press
change the screen size of the TWIN
pictures
.
Move
left to increase the left screen size.
Move
right to increase the right screen size.
12
Displaying TWIN pictures
Press
.
10
12
Notes
• The
button does not function in the TWIN pictures mode.
• When you display a video input on the PIP screen at a faster/slower
speed, the picture may be disrupted depending on the VCR type.
• If you display different color systems on the main screen and the PIP
screen, the size of the PIP screen may be different and the PIP picture may
be disrupted. This does not indicate a malfunction of the TV.
• In the TWIN picture screen, you can only operate and hear the sound of
the main left screen ( appears on the screen).
• When the
button is pressed, the TV screen flickers or goes blank for
about one second before the TWIN pictures appear. This does not indicate
a malfunction of the TV.
To return to the normal screen
Press
(when in the PIP screen) or
screen).
(when in the TWIN picture
Tip
• You can also display the PIP screen or TWIN pictures using the menu (see
“Changing the MULTI PICTURE setting” on page 33).
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Displaying multiple programs (continued)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
— “PROGRAM INDEX”
To view the next or the previous twelve preset programs
This works only when the number of the preset TV programs is
more than twelve.
JUMP
Press PROGR +/– on the remote or the TV.
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
1
The PROGRAM INDEX feature displays
all of the preset TV programs on twelve
or seven sub screens for direct selection.
PROGR INDEX
.
2
3
4
16
5
13
14
15
16
16
17
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
12
11
PROGR
PROGR +/–
10
6
9
8
18
7
ENTER
PRESET
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
To select the desired program directly from the sub screens
1 Move
up, down, left or right to move the frame to the screen
of the program you want to watch.
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1
TV
b
Press PROGR INDEX.
The first twelve preset
programs appear one by
one, clockwise from the
upper left corner.
PROGR
INDEX
3
4
16
5
8
7
11
6
10
9
1
2
Still sub screens
b
1
2
12
Main screen
3
4
16
5
11
10
2 Press
.
b
6
9
8
16
1
2
Main screen
6
5
4
5
11
6
7
3 Press
Still
sub
screens
9
8
7
again.
8
3
7
3
8
12
10
When the number of the
preset TV programs is less
than eight, the first seven
preset programs appear
one by one, clockwise from
the upper right corner.
2
12
b
4
Tip
• Pressing the number buttons directly displays the program.
Tip
• When you press the PROGR INDEX button in the TWIN pictures mode,
the left picture appears as the main screen of the PROGRAM INDEX
mode.
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Displaying
multiple
programs
Listening with
surround sound
To return to the normal screen
Press PROGR INDEX again, or:
1 Select “PROGRAM INDEX” from the “MULTI PICTURE” menu.
.
2 Press
DRC-MF
A/B
The surround feature enables you to
enjoy the sound effects of a concert hall
or movie theater.
Tip
• You can also display multiple programs using the menu (see “Changing
the MULTI PICTURE setting” on page 33).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
Note
• When displaying multiple programs, only the sound of the main screen is
heard.
PIC
MODE
9
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
Press SURROUND
repeatedly until you
receive the desired
surround sound.
SURROUND
SURROUND:
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
VIRTUAL
SURROUND: OFF
SURROUND: TruSurround
SURROUND: SIMULATED
To
Select
– 17 –
“a VIRTUAL”
listen to Dolby* Surround encoded sound.
“TruSurround”
listen to the surround sound that spreads out to the rear of a room.
“SIMULATED”
listen to monaural sound with a stereo-like effect.
“OFF”
turn off the surround sound.
Notes
• The Virtual Dolby Surround of this model consists of Dolby Digital, Dolby
Pro Logic and TruSurround.
• The “a VIRTUAL” (Virtual Dolby Digital) is only available when receiving
a Dolby Digital signal through the
DIGITAL IN (component video
input) jack at the rear of your TV and “DIGITAL IN: ON” in the “A/V
CONTROL” menu is selected (see pages 7 and 30).
• When using the
DIGITAL IN (component video input) jack at the rear
of your TV, the available surround modes depend on the type of digital
signal being received.
• SIMULATED uses SRS (MONO).
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
DOLBY, the double-D symbol a and “PRO LOGIC” are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
“
” is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. SRS and the SRS
symbol are registered trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. in the United
States and selected foreign countries. SRS and TruSurround are
incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc. and are protected
under United States Patent Nos.4,748,669 and 4,841,572 with
numerous additional issued and pending foreign patents”.
TM
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Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs (continued)
DRC-MF
When receiving an A2 (German) program
A/B
A/B
Broadcasting
On-screen display (Selected sound)
A2 (German) stereo
1
You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual
programs of NICAM and A2 (German)
stereo systems.
2
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
PIC
MODE
(Regular sound)
A2 (German) bilingual
JUMP
SOUND
MODE
STEREO
MONO
3
(Stereo sound)
MAIN
SUB
(Main sound)
(Sub sound)
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
Receiving area for NICAM and A2 (German) programs
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Press A/B repeatedly until
you receive the sound you
want.
STEREO
A/B
The on-screen display
changes to show the
selected sound and the
 indicator on the TV
lights up red.
Broadcasting
On-screen display (Selected sound)
NICAM
MONO
A2 (German)
Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, etc.
If the sound is distorted or noisy when receiving a monaural
program through the 8 (antenna) terminal
(Regular sound)
(Stereo sound)
Receiving area
Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Malaysia,
Thailand, etc.
Notes
• If the signal is very weak, the sound becomes monaural automatically.
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM program, select
“MONO”. The sound becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced.
• Before receiving a NICAM stereo program in China, please check the
NICAM broadcast condition at your area. When receiving a NICAM
stereo program, the receiving conditions might vary depending on area. In
addition, different strength of the NICAM broadcast signal might affect
the receiving quality.
When receiving a NICAM program
NICAM stereo
System
NICAM
Press A/B repeatedly until “MONO” appears on the screen.
NICAM bilingual
NICAM
MAIN
NICAM
SUB
(Main sound)
(Sub sound)
To cancel the monaural sound setting, press A/B again until
“AUTO” appears on the screen.
MONO
(Regular sound)
MONO
NICAM monaural
NICAM
MAIN
AUTO
MONO
(Regular sound)
(Main sound)
Notes
• The “MONO” or “AUTO” setting is memorized for each program
position.
• You cannot receive a stereo broadcast signal when the TV is in the
“MONO” setting. Normally, set the TV to “AUTO”.
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Enjoying stereo or
bilingual
programs
Operating optional components (continued)
Operating
optional
components
Operating a VCR using the remote
To
turn on/off
DRC-MF
VIDEO
You can use the supplied remote to
operate Sony video equipment such as
Beta, 8 mm, VHS or DVD.
TITLE
VIDEO I/1
Video equipment
operation buttons
PROGR +
record
( while pressing r.
play
(
stop
p
fast forward ())
+
rewind the tape (0)
=
pause
P
Press again to resume normal playback.
search the picture forward ())
or backward (0)
+ or =during playback.
Release to resume normal playback.
PROGR –
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
.
SURROUND
MENU
PROGR
Operating a DVD player using the remote
MENU
To
turn on/off
ENTER
PRESET
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
VTR
– 19 –
Setting up the remote to work with other
connected equipment
Switch VTR to select the
desired equipment type
(see the chart below).
To control
Select
DVD
DVD
VTR1 (Beta)
1
VTR2 (8 mm)
2
VTR3 (VHS)
3
Press
VIDEO I /1
Press
VIDEO I /1
play
(
stop
p
pause
P
Press again to resume normal playback.
step through different tracks of an
audio disc
+ to step forward or = to step backward.
display the title menu
TITLE
display the menu
MENU while holding down r.
select the menu item
up, down, left or right while holding
Move
down r.
For example, to operate a
Sony 8 mm VCR:
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
Notes
• If your video equipment is furnished with a COMMAND MODE selector,
set this selector to the same position as the VTR switch.
• If the equipment does not have a certain function, the corresponding
button on the remote will not operate.
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Introducing the menu system
Introducing the menu system (continued)
The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV. The
following is an overview of the menu system.
FEATURE icon
SET UP icon
CH PRESET icon
Level 2
Level 3/Function
“LANGUAGE”
Change the menu language:
“CHILD LOCK”
“PIC ROTATION”
Lock out specific channels.
“ENGLISH” t “
Return icon
Name of the current
menu
Guide mark icon
A/V CONTROL icon
MULTI PICTURE icon
Level 1
“SET UP”
S E T UP
LANGUAGE/: ENG L I SH
CH I L D L OCK
P I C ROT A T I
F A VOR I T E C
I N T E L L I GEN
Menu level 3
Menu level 2
“CH PRESET”
Menu level 1
“FAVORITE CH”
“INTELLIGENT
VOL”
“AUTO
PROGRAM”
“MANUAL
PROGRAM”
” (Chinese) t “
” (Arabic)
Rotate the picture.
Set favorite channels.
Adjust the volume automatically.
Preset channels automatically.
Preset channels manually.
Level 2
Level 3/Function
“A/V
CONTROL”
“DRC-MF”
Select the “DRC-MF” mode:
“DRC1250” t “DRC100”
“SKIP”
Skip unwanted or unused program numbers.
“TV SYS”
“PICTURE MODE”
Select the picture mode:
“DYNAMIC” t “STANDARD” t “HI-FINE” t
“PERSONAL” t “ADJUST”
Select the TV system:
“B/G” t “I” t “D/K” t “ M”
“COL SYS”
Select the color system:
“AUTO” t“ PAL” t “SECAM” t “NTSC3.58” t
“NTSC4.43”
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Level 1
“ADJUST”
“SOUND MODE”
“MULTI
PICTURE”
“FEATURE”
Select the sound mode:
“DYNAMIC” t “DRAMA” t “SOFT” t
“PERSONAL” t “ADJUST”
Adjust the “PERSONAL” option:
“BASS” t “TREBLE” t “BALANCE” t “BBE”*
“SURROUND”
Select the “SURROUND” mode:
“a VIRTUAL” t “TruSurround” t “SIMULATED” t
“OFF”
“DIGITAL IN”
Activate or deactivate the digital audio input jack at the
rear of your TV.
“PIP”
Activate or deactivate the PIP feature.
“PIP POSITION”
Change the position of the sub screen.
“SWAP”
Swap the pictures between the main and sub screens.
“TWIN”
Display a TV program or video beside the main screen.
“PROGRAM INDEX”
Display all the preset TV programs at the same time.
“WIDE MODE”
Activate or deactivate WIDE MODE feature.
“ECO MODE”
Activate or deactivate ECO MODE feature.
“GAME MODE”
Activate or deactivate GAME MODE feature.
* The BBE is manufactured by Sony Corporation under license from BBE
Sound, Inc. It is covered by U.S. Patent No. 4,638,258 and No. 4,482,866.
The word “BBE” and the BBE symbol are the trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
“ADJUST”
Adjust the “PERSONAL” option:
“PICTURE” t “COLOR” t “BRIGHT” t “HUE” t
“SHARP”
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Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Changing the “A/V
CONTROL” setting
How to use the menu
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
.
Press MENU to display
the menu.
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
b
MENU
MENU
PROGR
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
PRESET
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
Press the button
) to
joystick (
confirm the selection
and/or go to the next
level. You can also
press ENTER on the
remote to do this.
TV
or
MU L T I P I C T URE
P I P: OF F
P I P POS I T I ON :
SWA P
TW I N : OFF
PROGRAM I NDE X
b
ENTER
– 21 –
Other menu operations
To
Press/Move
Adjust the setting value
Move
up, down, left or right.
Move to the next/previous menu level
Move
left or right.
Cancel the menu
Press MENU.
Press MENU.
MENU
MU L T I P I C T URE
P I P: OF F
PIP POSITION :
SWA P
TW I N : OFF
PROGRAM I NDE X
b
ENTER
The “A/V CONTROL” menu allows you
to adjust the picture and sound settings.
1
Move the button
joystick (
) up,
down, left or right
to select the desired
item.
ENTER
MENU
Tips
• If you want to exit from Menu level 2 to Menu level 1, move
up or
down until the return icon (3) is highlighted, then press
or ENTER.
• The MENU, ENTER, and 2 +/– buttons on the TV can also be used for
the operations above.
2
Move
select
3
Move
up or down to
select either “DRC-MF”,
“PICTURE MODE”, “SOUND
MODE”, “SURROUND”, or
.
“DIGITAL IN“, then press
b
4
Move
up or down to
select the desired option,
then press
.
b
up or down to
, then press
.
b
For
Select
“DRC-MF“
either “DRC1250“ or “DRC100“.
b
b
b
PROGR
MENU
ENTER
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF :
DRC1250
PICTURE MODE DRC100
SOUND MODE
SURROUND : O
DIGITAL IN
“PICTURE MODE“
either “DYNAMIC“, “STANDARD“, “HI-FINE“, “PERSONAL“*, or “ADJUST“.
“SOUND MODE“
either “DYNAMIC“, “DRAMA“, “SOFT“, “PERSONAL“*, or “ADJUST“.
“SURROUND“
either “a VIRTUAL“, “TruSurround“, “SIMULATED“, or “ OFF“.
“DIGITAL IN“
either “ON“ or “OFF“.
* When the “PERSONAL” mode is selected, the last adjusted picture/sound
settings from the “ADJUST” option are received (see page 31).
Note
• If more than 60 seconds elapse between entries, the menu screen
automatically disappears.
Tip
• For details on the options under the “DRC-MF“, “PICTURE MODE“/
“SOUND MODE“, “SURROUND“ and “DIGITAL IN“ modes, see pages
15, 14, 22 and 32 respectively.
To return to the normal screen
Press MENU.
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1
2
Move
up or down to
select the desired item
(e.g., “COLOR”), then
.
press
Setting the “DIGITAL IN” options
b
b
COLOR
Adjust the value according to the following table, then press
For
Move
down or left to
Move
1
80
.
up or right to
increase picture contrast
Select
To
“COLOR”
decrease color intensity
increase color intensity
“ON“
DIGITAL IN (component
“BRIGHT”
darken the picture
brighten the picture
receive digital audio signal through
video input) jack.
“HUE”*
increase red picture tones
increase green picture tones
“OFF”
receive analog audio signal through
video input) jack.
L and R (component
“SHARP”
soften the picture
sharpen the picture
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2
Repeat the above steps to adjust other items.
2
3
Press
to confirm the
selected option.
The adjusted settings will be received when you select “PERSONAL”.
Adjusting the “ADJUST” options under “SOUND MODE”
1
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF : DRC ON
PICTURE MODE OFF
SOUND MODE
SURROUND : O
DIGITAL IN
“PICTURE” decrease picture contrast
* You can adjust “HUE” for the NTSC color system only.
3
In the “DIGITAL IN”
menu, move
up or
down to select the
desired option (see table
below).
Move
up or down to
select the desired item
(e.g., “BALANCE”), then
.
press
b
Note
• Your TV can only receive Dolby Digital or Linear PCM format digital
signals through the
DIGITAL IN (component video input) jack
(see page 7). Receiving any other format digital signal may cause
unwanted noise or no sound from the speakers.
b
BALANCE
Adjust the value according to the following table, then press
00
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, refer to
“Introducing the menu system” on page 27.
.
For
Move
“BASS”
down or left to decrease the bass, up or right to increase the bass.
“TREBLE”
down or left to decrease the treble, up or right to increase the treble.
“BALANCE”
down or left to increase the left speaker’s volume, up or right to increase
the right speaker’s volume.
“BBE”
up or down to select “HIGH”, “LOW”, or “OFF”.
“BBE” can produce clear sound.
Repeat the above steps to adjust other items.
The adjusted settings will be received when you select “PERSONAL”.
continued
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32 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
KV-ES29M90
Changing the “A/V CONTROL” setting (continued)
Adjusting the “ADJUST” options under “PICTURE MODE”
Changing the
“MULTI PICTURE”
setting
Changing the “MULTI PICTURE” setting (continued)
3
DRC-MF
The “MULTI PICTURE” menu allows
you to use the Picture-in-Picture (PIP),
TWIN pictures, or PROGRAM INDEX
features.
VIDEO
Move
up or down to
select the desired option
(see the table below),
.
then press
b
Select
To
“PIP”
display the PIP screen within the main picture.
Move
up or down to select “ON”, then press .
To cancel, press
or select “OFF”, then press .
“PIP POSITION”
change the position of the PIP screen.
Move
up or down to select the desired position, then press
TITLE
PROGR +
PROGR –
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
.
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
PROGR
PROGR INDEX
MENU
ENTER
PRESET
.
“SWAP”
swap the main and PIP screens, or right and left pictures of the
TWIN pictures.
“TWIN”
display a different TV program or video beside the main picture.
Move
up or down to select “ON”, then press .
To cancel, press
or select “OFF”, then press .
“PROGRAM INDEX”
view multiple programs on the sub-screens.
To cancel, press PROGR INDEX.
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TV
To return to the normal screen
Press MENU.
1
Press MENU.
MENU
2
Move
select
up or down to
, then press
.
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
b
MU L T I P I C T URE
P I P: OF F
P I P POS I T I ON :
SWA P
TW I N : OFF
PROGRAM I NDE X
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, see
“Introducing the menu system” on page 27.
continued
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Changing the “FEATURE” setting (continued)
DRC-MF
3
A/B
The “FEATURE” menu allows you to
change the size of the picture on the
screen when receiving wide mode (16:9)
picture signals. You can also adjust the
picture setting that is suitable for
viewing video games, and reduce the
power consumption of your TV.
Move
up or down to
select the desired option
(see the table below),
.
then press
b
1
2
3
4
5
6
Select
To
7
8
0
9
“WIDE MODE”
change the size of the picture when receiving wide-mode (16:9)
picture signal.
JUMP
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
MENU
PROGR
– 24 –
ENTER
PRESET
Move
SURROUND
up or down to select “ON”, then press
MENU
b
ENTER
To restore the normal picture size, select “OFF” then press
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“ECO MODE”
“GAME MODE”
MENU
2
Move
up or down to
select
, then press
.
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
b
FEATURE
W I D E M O D E : OF F
ECO MODE: OFF
GAME MODE: OFF
.
adjust the picture setting that is suitable to view video games.
Move
up or down to select “ON”, then press
To cancel, select “OFF”, then press .
Press MENU.
.
Note
• When you turn on “ECO MODE”, the picture may become dimmer.
Turning “ECO MODE” off will restore the picture to its original setting.
• “WIDE MODE” and “GAME MODE” is available only when receiving
(S video input), or
signals through the t (video input),
(component video input) jacks at the side and rear of your TV.
Tip
• You can check if “ECO MODE” is turned on by checking its setting in the
on the remote. If “ECO MODE” is on, then the
menu or by pressing
icon will appear on the bottom right corner of the screen.
To return to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, see
“Introducing the menu system” on page 27.
continued
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
.
reduce power consumption of your TV to save energy.
Move
up or down to select “ON”, then press
To cancel, select “OFF”, then press .
TV
1
.
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
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Changing the
“FEATURE” setting
Changing the “SET UP” setting (continued)
Changing the
“SET UP” setting
1
The “SET UP” menu allows you to:
change the menu language, block
channels, adjust the picture position,
program your favorite channels, and
adjust the volume automatically.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
PIC
MODE
Blocking channels (“CHILD LOCK”)
Number buttons
1
JUMP
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
MENU
PROGR
After selecting “CHILD
LOCK”, either move
up
or down, or press the
number buttons (or
PROGR +/–) to select the
desired channel (e.g. PR 06),
.
then press
ENTER
ENTER
1
Press MENU.
MENU
– 25 –
2
Move
select
3
Move
up or down to
select the desired option,
then press
.
up or down to
, then press
.
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
b
S E T UP
LANGUAGE : ENG L I SH
CH I L D L OCK : PR 0 1 OF F
P I C ROT A T I ON
F A VOR I T E CH
I N T E L L I GEN T VO L : O F F
2
2
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
Move
up or down to
select “ON”, then
.
press
To unlock the channel,
select “OFF”.
To
change the menu language (see page 12).
“CHILD LOCK”
block channels (see page 38).
“PIC ROTATION”
adjust the picture position when it is not aligned with the TV screen.
Move
up or right to adjust the position clockwise, then press .
Move
down or left to adjust the position counterclockwise, then
press .
3
9
b
“FAVORITE CH”
“INTELLIGENT
VOL”
adjust the volume of each TV program automatically.
Move
up or down to select “ON”, then press .
To cancel, select “OFF”, then press .
b
S E T UP
LANGUAGE : ENG L I SH
CH I L D L OCK : PR 0 6 ON
P I C ROT A T I ON
F A VOR I T E CH
I N T E L L I GEN T VO L : OF F
6
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to lock other channels.
Press MENU.
Note
• If you preset a locked channel, that channel will be unlocked (see page 40).
PIC ROTATION
select your favorite channels (see pages 16 and 39).
SE T UP
L ANGUAGE : E
CH I L D LOCK PR 0 6
P I C ROT A T I
F A VOR I T E C ON
I NT E L L I GEN OF F
To return to the normal screen
b
b
b
3
If a locked channel is
selected, the lock symbol
appears on the screen.
Select
Press MENU.
b
or
1
)
The lock symbol (
appears on the screen when
“ON” is selected.
b
“LANGUAGE”
To return to the normal screen
b
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38 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
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1
2
3
– 26 –
4
5
After selecting “FAVORITE
CH”, make sure “MODE”
.
is selected, then press
Move
up or down to
select “MANUAL”, then
.
press
Move
up or down to
select the program you
want to change, then
.
press
Move
up or down to
change the number, then
.
press
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
F A VOR I T E CH
MODE : AU TO AU TO
1 . PR 0 1
MANUA L
2 . PR 0 2
3 . PR 0 6
4 . PR 0 8
MENU
The “CH PRESET” menu allows you to
adjust the setup of your TV. For
example, you can manually tune in a
channel with a weak signal that fails to
be tuned in by automatic presetting.
F A VOR I T E CH
MODE : MANUA L
1 . PR 0 1
5 . PR 0 9
2 . PR 0 2
6 . PR 1 1
3 . PR 0 6
7 . PR 1 3
4 . PR 0 8
1
F A VOR I T E CH
MODE : MANUA L
1 . PR 0 1
5 . PR 0 9
2 . PR 0 2
6 . PR 1 1
3 . PR 0 5
7 . PR 1 3
4 . PR 0 8
PROGR
ENTER
PRESET
Move
select
3
Move
up or down to
select the desired option,
.
then press
up or down to
, then press
.
ENTER
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Press MENU.
2
MENU
PRESET
MENU
F A VOR I T E CH
MODE : MANUA L
1 . PR 0 1
5 . PR 0 9
2 . PR 0 2
6 . PR 1 1
3 . PR 0 6
7 . PR 1 3
4 . PR 0 8
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
b
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DRC-MF: DRC1250
PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC
SOUND MODE: DYNAMIC
SURROUND: OFF
DIGITAL IN : OFF
CH PRE S E T
AU TO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
S K I P : PR 0 2 OF F
TV SYS : B / G
CO L S Y S : AU TO
b
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other channels.
Select
To
“AUTO PROGRAM”
preset channels automatically.
Press MENU.
“MANUAL PROGRAM”
preset channels manually. See “Presetting channels
manually” on page 41.
Note
• If you press the PROGR +/– buttons or number buttons in step 4 above,
the TV will display the channel immediately.
“SKIP”
skip unwanted or unused channels.
up or down, or press the number buttons
1 Either move
(or PROGR +/–) until the unused or unwanted channel
number appears, then press .
2 Select “ON”, then press .
3 To disable other channels, repeat steps 1 and 2.
To restore the skipped channel, select “OFF” in step 2.
To return to the normal screen
“TV SYS”
select the TV system.
“COL SYS”
select the color system. Normally, set this to “AUTO”.
To return to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, refer to
“Introducing the menu system” on page 27.
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40 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
KV-ES29M90
Changing the “CH
PRESET” setting
Changing the favorite channel setting
Changing the “CH PRESET” setting (continued)
Presetting channels manually
1
4
After selecting “MANUAL
PROGRAM”, select the
program number to
which you want to preset
a channel.
(1) Make sure “PR” is selected,
.
then press
(2) Move
up or down until
the program number you
want to preset (e.g.,
program number “10”)
appears on the menu,
then press
.
b
b
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 0 6
TV SYS : B / G
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : AU TO
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : B / G
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : AU TO
(2) Move
up or down
to select “MANUAL”,
.
then press
Tips
• You can also select the “MANUAL PROGRAM” menu directly by pressing the
PRESET button on the remote.
• You can also select the program number with the PROGR +/– or number buttons.
2
– 27 –
(2) Move
up or down
until the desired
channel’s broadcast
appears on the TV
.
screen, then press
3
(3) Move
either up,
down, left or right
until the picture
and sound quality are
.
optimal, then press
The + or – icon on the
menu flashes while
tuning.
Select the desired channel.
(1) Move
up or down to
select either “VHF LOW”,
“VHF HIGH”, or “UHF”,
.
then press
b
b
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : B / G
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : AU TO
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : B / G
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : AU TO
5
(2) Move
up or down
until the sound
becomes normal, then
.
press
b
b
b
b
(2) Move
up or down
to select “LOW”, then
.
press
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
B/G
TV SYS :
I
S ENS : H I G D / K
VH F L OW
M
F I NE : AU TO
b
b
b
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
AU TO
TV SYS : I
MANUA L
S ENS : H I G
VH F L OW
F I NE :
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
AU TO
TV SYS : I
MANUA L
S ENS : H I G
VH F L OW
F I NE :
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : I
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : MA NU A L
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
H I GH
TV SYS : I
L OW
S ENS :
VH F L OW
F I NE : MA NU A
If the TV signal is too
strong and the picture is
distorted, you can adjust
the TV reception
sensitivity.
up or down
(1) Move
to select “
SENS”,
then press
.
If the sound of the
desired channel is
abnormal, select the
appropriate TV system.
up or down to
(1) Move
select “TV SYS”, then
.
press
If you are not satisfied with
the picture and sound
quality, you may be able to
improve them by using the
“FINE” tuning feature.
up or down
(1) Move
to select “FINE”, then
.
press
b
b
b
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : I
S ENS : L OW
VH F L OW
F I NE : MA NU A L
To return to the normal screen
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 1 0
TV SYS : I
S ENS : H I GH
VH F L OW
F I NE : AU TO
Press MENU.
Notes
• The TV system (“TV SYS”) and the TV reception sensitivity (“
SENS”)
settings are memorized for each program number.
• If you preset a locked channel, that channel will be unlocked (see page 38).
continued
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
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42 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
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Troubleshooting
Self-diagnosis function
If you have any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following
troubleshooting guide. If the problem persists, contact your Sony dealer.
Your TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a
problem with your TV, the 1 (standby) indicator flashes red. The
number of times the 1 indicator flashes indicates the possible
causes.
Symptom
Snowy picture
Front of TV
Noisy sound
1 indicator
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Distorted picture
U
Possible cause
• The connection is
loose or the cable is
damaged.
• Channel presetting
is inappropriate or
incomplete.
• The antenna type is
inappropriate.
• The antenna
direction needs
adjustment.
• Signal transmission
is low.
• Broadcast signals
are too strong.
Solutions
• Check the antenna cable and
connection on the TV, VCR and at the
wall.
• Press the PRESET button to display
the “MANUAL PROGRAM” menu
and preset the channel again.
• Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF).
Contact a Sony dealer for advice.
• Adjust the antenna direction. Contact
a Sony dealer for advice.
Page
4
41
–
–
• Try using a booster.
–
• Press the PRESET button to display
the“MANUAL PROGRAM” menu.
Then, select “
SENS: LOW”.
• Turn off or disconnect the booster if it
is in use.
42
• If the sound of all the channels are noisy,
display the “CH PRESET” menu and
select “AUTO PROGRAM” to preset the
channels again.
40
• If the sound of some channels is noisy,
select the channel, then display the
“CH PRESET” menu and select the
appropriate TV system (“TV SYS”).
41
–
Noisy sound
1
Check that the 1 indicator flashes red a number of times between 3-second
intervals.
2
3
4
Count the number of times the 1 indicator flashes.
Good picture
• The TV system
setting is
inappropriate.
Press ! (main power) to turn off your TV.
Additional Information
Inform your nearest Sony service center about the number of times the
1 indicator flashed.
Be sure to note the model name and serial number located on the rear of
your TV.
Noisy sound
• The digital audio
signal is
inappropriate.
No picture
• The power cord,
antenna or VCR is
not connected.
• The TV is not turned
on.
No sound
Additional Information
43
44 Additional Information
• Set “DIGITAL IN: OFF” in the “A/V
CONTROL” menu and connect
L
and R (component video input) on your
TV to receive analog audio signals.
• Check the power cord, antenna and
the VCR connections.
• Press I/1 (power).
• Press U (main power) on the TV to
turn off the TV for about five
seconds, then turn it on again.
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11
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom
Good picture
No sound
Dotted lines or
stripes
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Double images or
“ghosts”
No color
Abnormal color
patches
Possible cause
• The volume level is
too low.
Solutions
Page
• Press ¸ + to increase the volume
level.
11
• The sound is muted.
• Press ¤ to cancel the muting.
11
• The broadcast signal
has a transmission
problem.
• Press A/B until a better sound is
heard.
23
• The digital audio
signal is
inappropriate.
• Set “DIGITAL IN: OFF” in the “A/V
CONTROL” menu and connect
L
and R (component video input) on your
TV to receive analog audio signals.
7, 32
• The “DIGITAL IN”
setting in the “A/V
CONTROL” menu is
inappropriate.
• When connecting to
(component
video input) on your TV, set “DIGITAL
IN: ON” to receive digital audio signals
through
DIGITAL IN, or set
“DIGITAL IN: OFF” to receive analog
audio signals through
L and R.
32
• There is local
interference from
cars, neon signs, hair
dryers, power
generators, etc.
• Do not use a hair dryer or other
equipment near the TV.
–
• Adjust the antenna direction for
minimum interference. Contact a
Sony dealer for advice.
–
Symptom
TV cannot receive
stereo broadcast
signal.
Stereo broadcast
sound switches
on and off or
is distorted.
–
42
• The antenna direction
needs adjustment.
• Adjust the antenna direction. Contact
a Sony dealer for advice.
–
• Use of a booster is
inappropriate.
• Turn off or disconnect the booster if it
is in use.
–
• The color level
setting is too low.
• Display the “A/V CONTROL” menu and
select “ADJUST” of “PICTURE MODE”,
then adjust the “COLOR” level.
31
• The color system setting
is inappropriate.
• Display the “CH PRESET” menu and
check the color system (“COL SYS”)
setting (usually set this to “AUTO”).
40
• The antenna direction
needs adjustment.
• Adjust the antenna direction. Contact
a Sony dealer for advice.
–
• The magnetic
disturbance from
external speakers or
other equipment, or
the direction of the
earth’s magnetic field
may affect the TV.
• Locate external speakers or other
equipment away from the TV. Do not
move the TV while the TV is turned
on. Press U (main power) on the TV
to turn off the TV for about five
minutes, then turn it on again.
–
23
Picture slant
• Terrestrial magnetism is • Display the “SET UP” menu and adjust
“PIC ROTATION” so that the picture is
affecting your TV set.
aligned to the TV screen.
37
Lines moving across
• Use the fine tuning (“FINE”) function.
• There is interference
from external sources,
e.g., heavy machineries,
nearby broadcast station.
42
The 1 indicator on
your TV flashes red
a number of times
between 3-second
intervals.
• Your TV may need
servicing.
TV cabinet creaks.
• Changes in room
temperature sometimes
make the TV cabinet
expand or contract,
causing a noise. This
does not indicate a
malfunction.
A small “boom”
when the TV is
turned on.
Static discharge is
felt when touching
the TV cabinet.
45
4
• Press A/B until a better sound is heard.
sound is heard
Additional Information
• The connection is loose • Check the antenna cable and
or the cable is damaged.
connection on the TV, VCR and on the
wall.
• The broadcast signal
has a transmission
problem.
The sound switches
between stereo and
continued
23
–
the TV screen.
• Use the fine tuning (“FINE”) function.
Page
• Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a
Sony dealer for advice.
monaural frequently.
• Use a highly directional antenna.
Solutions
• The antenna direction
needs adjustment.
or
• Broadcast signals are
reflected by nearby
mountains or buildings.
Possible cause
• Press A/B until “AUTO” appears on
• The stereo reception
setting is inappropriate. the screen.
• The TV’s demagnetizing
function is working.
This does not indicate a
malfunction.
• This is the same static
discharge that is felt
when touching metal
door handles or car
doors especially when
the air is dry, for
example in winter. This
does not indicate a
malfunction.
• Contact your nearest Sony service
center.
43
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–
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–
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Identifying parts and controls (continued)
Front, top and side panels
Remote control
Top panel
MENU ENTER
…
– .
DRC-MF
+
– PROGR +
A/B
Side panel
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
SURROUND
Green
For Teletext operations
Yellow
For PIP operations
I/1
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
Front panel
(MONO)
Button function
For general TV operations
Button
SOUND
MODE
…4
MENU
– 30 –
R
Label color
White
9
PIC
MODE
L
≥
The names/symbols of buttons on the remote are
indicated in different colors to represent the available
functions.
PROGR
PROGR +/–
0 – 9, ÷
g
AUTO
PROGR
U
¤
;
t
. +/–
JUMP
Timer operations
ENTER
PRESET
Button
Function
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TV
Side panel
Headphone jack.
i
AUTO PROGR Preset channels automatically.
–
5
Front panel
!
Turn off completely or
turn on the TV.
10
Turn off temporarily or
turn on the TV.
Select program number.
Adjust volume.
Select TV or video input.
Confirm selected items.
10
10
11
11
29
Display the menu.
29
SOUND MODE
PIC MODE
DRC-MF
PROGR +/–
2 +/–
t
ENTER
MENU
Page
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
Set TV to turn on automatically.
Set TV to turn off automatically.
Select sound mode.
Select picture mode.
Select DRC-MF mode.
13
13
14
14
15
Favorite Channel operations
Display favorite channels.
FAVORITE
Top panel
I/1
Function
Turn off temporarily or
turn on the TV.
Select program number.
Input numbers.
Display on-screen information.
Mute the sound.
Display the TV program.
Select TV or video input.
Adjust volume.
Jump to previous channel.
Select desired channel.
DRC-MF
VIDEO
PROGR +/
PROGR –
PROGR –
PIC
MODE
FAVORITE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
continued
Additional Information
A
47
48 Additional Information
16
PIP and Twin picture operations
TITLE
PROGR +
16
Display the PIP screen.
17
Display TWIN pictures.
Adjust Twin picture size.
Change program in PIP/
Twin picture.
Select video input for PIP/
Twin picture.
Swap main and PIP/Twin
picture.
Freeze PIP screen.
Adjust position of PIP screen.
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
KV-ES29M90
Identifying parts and controls
Button
DRC-MF
A/B
PROGR INDEX
PROGR +/–
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
9
PIC
MODE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
A/B
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
MENU
Page
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
0-9
PROGR +/–
– 31 –
(red, green,
yellow, blue)
Display Teletext broadcast.
Display Teletext service contents.
Stop Teletext page from scrolling.
Reveal concealed information.
Enlarge the Teletext display.
Show TV screen while waiting
for Teletext page.
Input Teletext page number.
Display the next or previous page.
Access a FASTEXT menu.
Optional components operations
VTR
Set up the remote.
Power.
VIDEO I / 1
Display the title menu.
TITLE
(
Play.
+
DRC-MF
VIDEO
TITLE
19
20
20
22
23
Teletext operations
PROGR
TV
Display all preset TV
programs.
View next/previous 12 TV
programs.
Select desired channel.
Select surround mode.
Select stereo/bilingual mode.
(not used for this model)
ENTER
PRESET
Function
Program Index operations
=
r
p
P
Menu operations
MENU
Fast forward/Search forward.
Rewind/Search backward.
Record.
Stop.
Pause.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
25
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
Display the menu.
29
Select, adjust and confirm
selected items.
Confirm selected items.
Display “MANUAL
PROGRAM” menu.
29
PROGR +
PROGR –
PIC
MODE
FAVORITE
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
ENTER
PRESET
29
41
Additional Information
49
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL
2-3. H2 BOARD REMOVAL
Caution: Please make sure that the red colour taped point is just placed with the
purse lock when treating the leads to H2 board. If lead treatment is wrongly
arranged, it will affect the door opening and closing malfunction.
Eight screws
(+BVTP 4X16)
Red tape
– 32 –
1 One screw
(+BVTP 4X20)
2-2. SPEAKER BOX REMOVAL
1 One spring
3 H2 Board
2 Two screws
(+BVTP 3X25)
2 SPEAKER BOX
L/R ASSEMBLY
4 Two shafts
5 Two screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
1Two screws
(TP + TWH 4X25)
KV-ES29M90
SECTION 2
DH board
2-4. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL
2-6. DH BOARD REMOVAL
1Four screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
Blacket
CRT Supporter
Chassis
2-7. J BOARD REMOVAL
– 33 –
Metal Case
2-5. SERVICE POSITION
5 J sheild cover
4 J board
1Two screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
A board
2 Four screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
D board
RM-916
3Terminal bracket
KV-ES29M90
1Three screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
1Three screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
Push the hook down using the tip of a screwdriver and at the same time
pull the H1 bracket.
Driver
6 Metal Case
V board
P board
8 E board
7 D1 board
5 V board
Driver
1
4 B3 board
H1 bracket
2
2 Two connectors
– 34 –
2-11. F2 BOARD REMOVAL
3 Two connectors
NOTE :
2-9. A AND D BOARDS REMOVAL
1 Four screws
(+BVTP 3X12)
1Three connectors
To remove F2 board, firstly remove the H1 board. Then, push the hook
down using the tip of a screwdriver and at the same time pull the F2
bracket.
Caution : When removing the F2 board, please turn off the main AC supply.
2A board
3 D board
Driver
1
F2 bracket
2
RM-916
2-10. H1 BOARD REMOVAL
NOTE :
KV-ES29M90
2-8. B3, D1 AND E BOARDS REMOVAL
NOTE: V board is not used for this model.
2-14. G2 LEAD REMOVAL
2-12. DEMAGNETIZATION COIL REMOVAL
NOTE :
Insert pin to both edge holes on socket and release the lock.
5Two DGC holders
2
2DGC band
1 Pin
4Demagnetization
coil
1Two DGC clips
2-13. TOP SWITCH REMOVAL (H3 BOARD REMOVAL)
– 35 –
NOTE :
To remove H3 board, the CRT has to be removed first.
3 H3 board
2 H3 bracket
4 Top switch
1 Two screws
(+BVTP 4X12)
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
×1
5 Chassis assembly
RM-916
2-16. FRAME SUB-ASSY DISASSEMBLY
1
×2
×2
×2
×2
×1
7 C board
8 Neck assembly
!™ Two DGC clips
9 Deflection yoke
9 Two springs
2Speaker box(L)
assembly
1Two screws
!¡Two fooks
(TP+TWH 4X25)
4 Two claws
Fasten
– 36 –
6 Four screws
(+BVTP 4X25)
×1
×1
Screw Machine (8)
(K 4 × 10)
!∞ Demagnetization
coil
×1
1 Two screws
(TP+TWH 4X25)
!¢ DGC band
!£ Two DGC holders
3 Anode cap
!§ Four screws
!¶ Picture tube
Cushion
2 Speaker box(R)
assembly
CRT Bracket
×1
KV-ES29M90
2-15. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL
NOTE : Prior to picture tube removal, please remove the front cover first.
Caution : Aluminium frame is easily scratched if extra caution is not taken when handling it.
2
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
FRAME SUB ASSY, RIGHT REMOVAL
×2
Slide
×2
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
Corner Block
– 37 –
FRAME SUB ASSY, TOP REMOVAL
FRAME SUB ASSY, LEFT REMOVAL
×2
a)
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
Slide
×2
Slide
×2
Corner Block
×4
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
RM-916
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
×4
KV-ES29M90
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
b)
NOTE : After removing the anode, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and
the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon paint on the
CRT.
• REMOVING PROCEDURES
a
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
a
×2
1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow a.
b
Slide
b
Corner Block
b)
– 38 –
2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow b.
c
×4
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
×4
Screw Special (Dia. 8)
(+) TP 4 × 9
NOTE : When replacing the Frame Sub-Assy Top and Bottom, fix the original corner
block to the new part.
Anode button
3 When one side of the rubber cap is separated from the anode button, the anode-cap
can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the direction of the
arrow c.
•
HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP
1 Do not damage the surface of anode-caps with sharp shaped objects.
2 Do not press the rubber too hard so as not to damage the inside of anode-cap.
A metal fitting called the shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber.
3 Do not turn the foot of rubber over too hard.
The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage the rubber.
RM-916
a)
KV-ES29M90
• REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
FRAME SUB ASSY, BOTTOM REMOVAL
KV-ES29M90
SECTION 3
RM-916
SERVICE JIG
3-1. JIGS REQUIRED FOR SERVICING
REF NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
REMARK
J-1
TOOL (20P), SERVICE
3-702-763-01
For A to V board extension
J-2
TOOL (40P), SERVICE
3-702-764-01
For A to E board extension
J-3
TOOL (50P-A), SERVICE
3-702-765-01
For A to B3 board extension
J-4
TOOL (50P-J), SERVICE
3-702-766-01
For A to J board extension
For D to D1 board extension
J-1
J-2
EX3
EX1
EX4
EX2
J-3
J-4
EX5
EX7
EX6
EX8
– 39 –
KV-ES29M90
SECTION 4
RM-916
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
•
The following adjustments should be made when a complete
realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed.
•
These adjustments should be performed with rated power
supply voltage unless otherwise noted.
Perform the adjustments in the following order :
1. Beam Landing
Controls and switches should be set as follows unless otherwise noted:
2. Convergence
3. Focus
4. White Balance
Note : Test Equipment Required.
PICTURE control ........................................................... normal
BRIGHTNESS control ................................................... normal
1. Color-bar/Pattern Generator
2. Degausser
3. Oscilloscope
................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation :
• In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set's
•
picture tube, face it east or west.
Switch on the set's power and degauss with the degausser.
4-1. BEAM LANDING
1. Input a white signal with the pattern generator.
Contrast
normal
Brightness
2. Position neck assy as shown in Fig4-1.
}
Fig. 4-2
3. Set the pattern generator raster signal to a green raster.
4. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with the purity
Blue
Red
control so that the green is at the center and the blue and the red
take up equally sized areas on each side.
Green
(See Figures 4-1 through 4-3.)
5. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that the entire
Fig. 4-3
screen is green. (See Figure 4-2.)
6. Switch the raster signal to blue, then to green and verify the
Purity control
corrects this area.
Disk magnets or rotatable
disk magnets correct these
areas (a-d).
condition.
7. When the position of the deflection yoke has been decided,
fasten the deflection yoke with the screws and DY spacers.
8. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a
magnet to adjust it.
(See Figure 4-4.)
b
a
c
d
Deflection yoke positioning
corrects these areas.
Neck assy
b
c
Behind the G2 edge
a
d
G1
G2
G3
Fig. 4-4
Fig. 4-1
– 40 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
1 V. STAT
4-2. CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
Preparation :
a
•
Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, horizontal size
and vertical size.
•
•
Set the PICTURE 70% and BRIGHTNESS 0%.
Cross hatch / Dot pattern.
(1)
b
a
b
b
B
B
G
G
R
R
Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence
2 H. STAT VR
Center dot
a
R
G
B
R
G
R
B
H. STAT VR
V. STAT
Magnet
G
B
b
B
G
R
Y magnet
3
RV702
H. STAT
a
b
b
a
B
R
G
C Board
b
G
B
R
1. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT control so that the
red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at the center of
the screen.
2. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the red,
green and blue dots are on top of each other at the center of the
BMC (Hexapole)
Purity
screen.
3. Adjust Horizontal Trapezoid with “DAC 04 HTR” in Service
Mode to make H-Trapezoid distortion best.
4. If the H.STAT variable resistor cannot bring the red, green and
blue dots together at the center of the screen, adjust the
horizontal convergence with the H.STAT variable resistor and
the V.STAT magnet in the manner given below.
(In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT
magnet influence each other, so be sure to perform adjustments
while tracking.)
– 41 –
V.STAT
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
4 BMC (Hexapole) Magnet.
(2) Dynamic Convergence Adjustment
If the red, green and blue dots are not balanced or aligned, then
use the BMC magnet to adjust in the manner described below.
R G
B
R
G
B
R
Preparation:
• Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal static
G B
•
convergence and the vertical static convergence
Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to normal.
1. Adjust TLH. (TLH correction piece)
1 Receive the dot/hatch pattern signal and adjust picture quality
by the menu.
R
2 Correct horizontal mis-convergence of red and blue of both sides
on the X axis.
B
G
R
G
B
G
R
B
When red is outside insert BMC magnet to right side (THL+)
views from DY neck. And when blue is outside, insert it to left
side (THL–) and take both sides.
R B
(B) (R)
B R TLH +
(R) (B) TLH -
5 Y separation axis correction magnet adjustment.
1. Receive the cross-hatch signal and adjust [PICTURE] to [MIN]
and [BRIGHTNESS] to [STANDARD] .
2. Adjust the Y separation axis correction magnet on the neck
assembly so that the horizontal lines at the top and bottom of
the screen are straight.
Red
Blue
Neck assy
Neck assy
2. Adjust XCV core.
To able to become balance of XCV on the X axis well.
3. Adjust V-TILT.
Correct the vertical mis-convergence of red and blue of vertically sides on the Y axis.
4. Adjust YCH.
Adjust horizontal mis-convergence of red and blue of vertically sides on the Y axis. Mentioned above steps 2 to 4 are
adjusting respectively perform minuteness tracking.
Red
Blue
YCH
VM board
VM board
TLV2
TLV1
XCV
BMC magnet
C board
RV9001
Note
1. The Red and Blue magnets should be equally far from the
horizontal center line.
2. Do not separate the Red and Blue magnets too far. (Less than
8 mm)
– 42 –
VM board
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
(3) Screen-corner Convergence
4-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Note
Focus adjustment should be completed before W/B adjustment.
b
a
(1) Receive digital monoscope pattern.
(2) Set "A/V CONTROL" to "STANDARD".
a-d : screen-corner
misconvergence
c
(3) Adjust FOCUS VR so that the center of the screen becomes
justfocus.
(4) Change the receiving signal to white pattern and blue back.
(5) Confirm MAGENTA RING should not be over the limit.
d
In case MAGENTA RING is over the limit sample, adjust FOCUS VR to take tracking of MAGENTA RING and FOCUS.
Fix a Permalloy assy corresponding to the misconverged
areas.
b
a
Focus
d
Permalloy assembly
c
Screen
(No Function)
FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T6803)
4-4. NECK ASSY TWIST ADJUSTMENT
(1) Receive dot/hatch pattern.
(2) Turn FOCUS VR fully counter-clockwise.
(3) Confirm the dot shape at the screen center. (Fig. 4-4)
(4) Resume FOCUS VR.
Note
In case of turning NECK ASSY, loosen the screw 3 turns. Do not
move the position.
OK
Turn NECK ASSY clockwise.
Turn NECK ASSY counter clockwise.
Fig. 4-4
– 43 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
3. SUB PICTURE BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT
1) Tune RF PAL white signal at program No. 1 and No. 2.
4-5. G2 (SCREEN) AND WHITE BALANCE
ADJUSTMENTS
2) Select “TWIN PICTURE” mode.
3) Receive different RF PAL white signals in MAIN and Sub
1. G2 (SCREEN) ADJUSTMENT
1) Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to normal.
2) Put to VIDEO input mode without signals.
picture.
4) Adjust RV3300 on A PWB, so that the output from the 17 pin
3) Connect R, G and B of the C board cathode to the oscilloscope.
4) Adjust BRIGHTNESS to obtain the cathode voltage to the value
and 20 pin of the CN1180 becomes within the spec.
below.
5) Whilst watching the picture, adjust the screen VR (RV9002)
CVBS 1
17 pin
MAIN
located on the C board to the point just before the flyback return
lines disappear (to the point before cut-off).
A
170 V ± 2 (VDC)
0V
2. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
1) Set to Service Mode (Refer Section 5-1: ADJUSTMENTS
WITH COMMANDER).
CVBS 2
20 pin
SUB
2) Input white raster signal.
3) Set the following condition.
PICTURE minimum, BRIGHTNESS 50%
4) Select GCT (WHB 7) and BCT (WHB 8) with [1] and [4], and
B
adjust the level with [3] and [6] for the best white balance.
5) Set the PICTURE to maximum.
6) Select GDR (WHB 4) and BDR (WHB 5) with [1] and [4], and
adjust the level with [3] and [6] for the best white balance.
7) Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then [0].
– 44 –
Spec: |A - B| ≤ ± 20mV
KV-ES29M90
SECTION 5
RM-916
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
5-1. ADJUSTMENTS WITH COMMANDER
Service adjustments are made with the RM-916 that comes with
this unit.
a. ENTERING SERVICE MODE
With the unit on standby
↓
[DISPLAY]
1, 4
↓
3, 6
↓
Select the adjustment item.
[MUTING]
Writes.
↓
-
↓
5
↓
VOL (+)
↓
[POWER]
Raise/lower the data value.
Executes the writing.
7, 8, -
All the data becomes the values in memory.
All user control goes to the standard state.
5, -
Service data initialization (Be sure not to use
usually.)
[DISPLAY], - Write 50Hz adjustment data to 60Hz, or vice
versa.
This operation sequence puts the unit into service mode.
b. METHOD OF CANCELLATION FROM SERVICE
MODE
Set the standby condition (Press [POWER] button on the commander),
2, -
Copy and write all data.
then press [POWER] button again, hereupon it becomes TV mode.
DRC-MF
A/B
c. METHOD OF WRITE INTO MEMORY
1) Set to Service Mode.
2) Press [1] (UP) and [4] (DOWN), select an item of adjustment.
3) Press [MUTING] button and it will indicate WRITE on the screen.
4) Press [0] button to write into memory.
d. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD
1) After adjustment, pull out the plug from AC outlet, and then
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
JUMP
PIC
MODE
9
SOUND
MODE
SURROUND
PROGR
INDEX
FAVORITE
plug into AC outlet again.
2) Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.
MENU
PROGR
3) Call the adjusted items again to confirm adjustments were made.
ENTER
PRESET
The screen display is :
Device Name
Marking of virgin NVM
Item Name
Item No
VTR 1 2 3 DVD
Mode
Data
TV
GEO
00
VSZ
29
p
0
012Q
1.2M
59
FF
SERVICE p 50
000A
PAL, SECAM : 50
NTSC
Suffix No
(OEM Code)
Software version Total Power-On time (hours)
– 45 –
: 60
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
5-2. ADJUSTMENT METHOD
Item Number 00 of device GEO
This explanation uses H-Position as an example.
1. Select “GEO 00 VSZ” with the 1 and 4 buttons.
Use the same method for all Items. Use 1 and 4 to select the
adjustment item, use 3 and 6 to adjust, write with [MUTING],
2. Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
3. Select the optimum state. (The standard is 1F for PAL reception.)
then execute the write with -.
4. Write with the [MUTING] button. (The display changes to
WRITE.)
Note : 1. In [WRITE], the data for all items are written into memory
together.
5. Execute the writing with the - button. (The WRITE
display will be changed to red color while excuting, and back
2. For adjustment items that have different standard data
between 50Hz or 60Hz, be sure to use the respective
to SERVICE.)
GEO
0
00
HPS
012Q 1.2M
input signal after adjustment.
3. Additional function to skip category (device) to category
29
SERVICE 50
59 FF
0
000A
(device).
example:
GREEN
Adjusted with [3]
and [6] buttons.
GEO
↕
00
HPS
DAC 00 XXX
The buttons for the function above should be cursor +/–.
GEO
0
00
HPS
012Q 1.2M
1F
WRITE
59 FF
0
50
GREEN
000A
Written with [MUTING]
GEO
0
00
HPS
012Q 1.2M
1F
SERVICE 50
59 FF
0
000A
RED
The WRITE display
then the display
returns to a green
SERVICE.
Write executed with [0]
– 46 –
Adjustment Item Table
Category
GEO
– 47 –
Functionality
Initial Range
Function
No.
Name Data
00
VSZ
21
3F V SIZE
01
VPS
27
3F V POSITION
02
VLN
5
0F V LINEARITY
03
SCO
0A
0F S CORRECTION
04
HSZ
1E
3F H SIZE
05
HPS
2F
3F H POSITION
06
PAP
28
3F PIN AMP
07
UPN
25
3F UPPER CORNER PIN
08
LPN
23
3F LOWER CORNER PIN
09
TRZ
0C
0F TRAPEZIUM
0A
AGL
0A
0F AFC ANGLE
0B
BOW
6
0F AFC BOW
0C
LBL
12
3F LEFT H BLANKING
0D
RBL
2C
3F RIGHT H BLANKING
0E
MPN
0
3
MIDDLE PIN DISTORTION COMPENSATION
0F
UVL
0
0F UPPER V LINEARITY
10
LVL
0
0F LOWER V LINEARITY
11
HCP
0
3
HORIZONTAL HIGH VOLTAGE COMPENSATION
12
VCP
VERTICAL HIGH VOLTAGE COMPENSATION
1
3
13
VAS
2F
3F V ASPECT
14
VSC
1F
3F V SCROLL
15
USC
0
1
UNDER-SCAN MODE ON/OFF
16
VBW
0
3
V BLANKING WIDTH CONTROL
17
AT1
2
3
AKB REFERENCE TIMING
DAC
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
HCT
HLN
MDP
CCP
HTR
DF
DPH
QPH
QAC
QDC
QDV
QAV
ABC
33
27
26
37
26
01
1F
19
23
20
1F
1A
0
FF
3F
3F
3F
3F
1
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
FF
H CENTER
H LINEARITY
MIDDLE PIN
LOWER CORNER PIN
HORIZONTAL TRAPEZIUM
DF ON/OFF SWITCH
DF PHASE
QP PHASE
QP AMPLITUDE
QP DC LEVEL
QP V MODULATION
QP AMPLITUDE MODULATION
ABL D/A CONTROL
WHB
00
CBO
7
0F
DC OFFSET CANCELLER FOR CB1
Table & Note
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC, TW/IX
50/60*VC/NC
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60*VC/NC
50/60*VC/NC
50/60*VC/NC
50/60Hz
50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
50/60Hz
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
FF/R4/PR*50/60*VC/NC
ECO ON/OFF*VC/NC
Register
Device & Slave
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
Address
(Bit Range)
11 (7-2)
CXA2100AQ (86H)
369 (7-2)
12 (7-2)
354 (7-2)
13 (7-4)
95 (3-0)
13 (3-0)
95 (7-4)
14 (7-2)
36A (7-2)
19 (7-2)
355 (7-2)
15 (7-2)
98 (7-2)
16 (7-2)
99 (7-2)
17 (7-2)
9D (7-2)
18 (7-4)
36B (7-4)
1A (3-0)
9B (3-0)
1A (7-4)
9B (7-4)
1B (7-2)
9C (7-4)
1C (7-2)
9C (3-0)
16 (1-0)
1F (7-4)
1F (3-0)
15 (1-0)
12 (1-0)
1D (7-2)
1E (7-2)
1D (0)
19 (1-0)
6D (1)
1E (1-0)
CH 10 (7-0)
CH 4 (7-2)
CH 1 (7-2)
CH 9 (7-2)
CH 6 (7-2)
CH 2 (7-0)
CH 3 (7-2)
CH 7 (7-2)
CH 8 (7-2)
CH 12 (7-2)
CH 5 (7-2)
CH 11 (7-2)
MB88141 (96H)
0F (7-4))
CXA2100AQ(86H)
106
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
WHB
SAJ
– 48 –
JGL
Functionality
Initial Range
Function
No.
Name Data
01
CRO
7
0F DC OFFSET CANCELLER FOR CR1
02
SBR
18
3F SUB BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
03
RDR
29
3F R DRIVE
04
GDR
25
3F G DRIVE
05
BDR
26
3F B DRIVE
06
RCT
29
3F R CUTOFF
07
GCT
12
3F G CUTOFF
08
BCT
31
3F B CUTOFF
09
SBO
29
3F SUB BRIGHTNESS OFFSET
0A
RDO
1F
3F R DRIVE OFFSET
0B
GDO
1A
3F G DRIVE OFFSET
0C
BDO
1A
3F B DRIVE OFFSET
0D
RCO
1F
3F R CUTOFF OFFSET
0E
GCO
1E
3F G CUTOFF OFFSET
0F
BCO
15
3F B CUTOFF OFFSET
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
PIC
BRT
COL
HUE
SHP
VML
DYC
CTM
CAX
GMA
DCT
DPL
ABM
ABT
CLO
CLW
HUO
SHO
SHW
PIO
BRO
3F
1F
27
1F
24
3
1
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
9
3
9
7
1
5
7
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
0F
7
0F
1F
7
7
0F
PICTURE CONTROL
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
COLOR CONTROL
HUE CONTROL
SHARPNESS CONTROL
VM LEVEL
DYNAMIC COLOR ON/OFF
COLOR TEMPERATURE FOR DYNAMIC COLOR
COLOR MATRIX SPECIFICATION
GAMMA CORRECTION
DC TRANSMISSION CONTROL
AUTO PEDESTAL LEVEL CONTROL
ABL MODE CONTROL
ABL CURRENT DETECTION VTH CONTROL
COLOR OFFSET
COLOR STEP WIDTH TO THE CHANGE OF S/N
HUE OFFSET
SHARPNESS OFFSET
SHARPNESS STEP WIDTH TO THE CHANGE OF S/N
PICTURE OFFSET FOR TWIN/INDEX
BRIGHTNESS OFFSET
00
01
PON
RGB
1
7
1
7
RGB AND AKB REFERENCE PULSE OUTPUT ON/OFF
RGB OUTPUT SELECTION
Table & Note
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT DYNAMIC
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
PICTURE MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
50/60Hz
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
ECO ON/OFF*VC/NC
50/60*TV/VIDEO
50/60*TV/VIDEO
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
TWIN/INDEX
ECO ON/OFF*VC/NC
Register
Device & Slave
(Bit Range)
Address
0F (3-0)
CXA2100AQ(86H)
09 (7-2)
06 (7-2)
07 (7-2)
08 (7-2)
0A (7-2)
0B (7-2)
0C (7-2)
09 (7-2)
06 (7-2)
07 (7-2)
08 (7-2)
0A (7-2)
0B (7-2)
0C (7-2)
01 (7-2)
04 (7-2)
03 (7-2)
02 (7-2)
05 (7-2)
09 (1-0)
00 (3)
00 (0)
00 (2-1)
04 (1-0)
0C (1-0)
0B (1-0)
08 (1-0)
07 (1-0)
03 (7-2)
03 (7-2)
02 (7-2)
05 (7-2)
05 (7-2)
01 (7-2)
04 (7-2)
CXA2100AQ(86H)
00 (7)
00 (6-4)
CXA2100AQ(86H)
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
107
A1 (7-2)
A2 (7-2)
A3 (7-2)
A5 (3-0)
A6 (7-4)
A6 (3-0)
A3 (7-2)
A5 (3-0)
A6 (7-4)
A6 (3-0)
106
107
105
105
108
109
10A
RM-916
Category
KV-ES29M90
Adjustment Item Table
Adjustment Item Table
Category
JGL
YCT
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
Function
Table & Note
– 49 –
AGG
DPS
BBT
LML
PAB
SCO
LV2
SF0
PRO
LTI
CTI
0
0
3
0
0F
0C
7
1
0
2
1
3
1
3
3
0F
0F
0F
1
3
3
3
AGING MODE SELECTION
Y/C DELAY LINE PASS MODE SWITCH
RGB BOTTOM LIMITTER CONTROL
RGB AMPLITUDE LIMITTER CONTROL
DC LEVEL FOR PEAK ABL
SUB PICTURE CONTROL
RGB LEVEL FOR RGB2
SHARPNESS CIRCUIT F0
PRE/OVER-SHOOT RATIO CONTROL
LUMINANCE TRANSIENT IMPROVEMENT
CHROMINANCE TRANSIENT IMPROVEMENT
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
TNT
PNG
PNI
SCL
SCT
SF0
SEQ
SHG
YOL
BSP
COL
DCR
BF0
BFQ
FSW
SDT
LPF
YDL
CMT
BO1
RO1
CDF
CDM
AFC
MVM
SRY
SBY
BEL
BLF
SVI
SGP
1F
0
0
7
8
2
3
5
1F
0
1F
0
1
2
1
1
1
6
0
7
7
0
0
0
0
7
1
2
0
0
0
3F
1
1
0F
0F
3
3
0F
3F
3
3F
3
3
3
1
1
1
0F
1
0F
0F
7
3
3
1
0F
0F
3
1
1
3
TINT ADJUSTMENT FOR NTSC
TV/VIDEO
PAL/NTSC GATE WIDTH
PAL/NTSC SENSITIVITY SW
SUB COLOR CONTROL
50/60*TV/VIDEO
SUB CONTRAST CONTROL
50/60*TV/VIDEO
SHARPNESS CENTER FREQUENCY CHANGING
SHARPNESS EQUALIZER CHARACTERISTIC
SHARPNESS GAIN CONTROL
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
Y-OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL
BLACK STRETCH START POINT CHANGING
CB/CR OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL
DC RESTORATION RATIO ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF F0 ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF Q ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF SWITCH
SECAM DOUBLE TRAP SWITCH
Y/CB/CR LPF SWITCH
Y-DL TIME ADJUSTMENT
2DCOMB/3DCOMB/S-INPUT/OTHERS
CB/CR OUTPUT MUTE SWITCH
CB OFFSET1 ADJUSTMENT (MAIN ROUTE)
CR OFFSET1 ADJUSTMENT
V COUNT DOWN FREQUENCY SWITCH
FORCED 50HZ FOR NO SIGNAL
V COUNT DOWN JUDGE SWITCH
AFC SENSITIVITY SWITCH
(TV/VIDEO/DVD)
MACROVISION MASK + AFC MASK
SECAM R-Y BLACK ADJUSTMENT
SECAM B-Y BLACK ADJUSTMENT
SECAM BELL/HPF SWITCHING
BELL F0 ADJUSTMENT
SECAM V-ID SWITCH
SECAM GATE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
Device & Slave
Address
0E (1-0)
0E (3)
06 (1-0)
01 (1-0)
0E (7-4)
0D (7-4)
0D (3-0)
0E (2)
0A (1-0)
05 (1-0)
03 (1-0)
CXA2100AQ(86H)
00 (5-0)
00 (6)
00 (7)
01 (3-0)
01 (7-4)
02 (1-0)
02 (3-2)
02 (7-4)
03 (5-0)
03 (7-6)
04 (5-0)
04 (7-6)
05 (1-0)
05 (3-2)
05 (4)
05 (6)
05 (7)
06 (6-3)
07 (7)
08 (7-4)
08 (3-0)
0A (2-0)
0A (4-3)
0A (6-5)
0A (7)
0B (3-0)
0B (7-4)
0C (1-0)
0C (2)
0C (3)
0C (5-4)
CXA2123Q(88H)
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
Register
(Bit Range)
YCT
SYC
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
Function
Table & Note
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
0C (6)
0C (7)
0D (1)
0D (7-6)
CXA2123Q(88H)
– 50 –
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
SID
SIH
STP
HVC
3NR
BW6
WSH
WCO
1
0
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
3
SECAM SENSITIVITY SWITCH
SECAM INHIBITION SWITCH
Y BLACK LEVEL SETUP FOR PAL PLUS
H-VCO TEMPERATURE CHARACTER CANCELLING
3D NR OPERATION ON/OFF
3D NR FOR 60Hz NON-BUST SIGNAL ON/OFF
SHARPNESS GAIN STEP FOR NOISE REDUCTION
CB/CR OUTPUT LEVEL STEP FOR NOISE REDUCTION
EXCEPT SECAM
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
TNT
PNG
PNI
SCL
SCT
SF0
SEQ
SHG
YOL
BSP
COL
DCR
BF0
BFQ
FSW
SDT
LPF
YDL
NCM
CMT
BO1
RO1
CDF
CDM
AFC
MVM
SRY
SBY
BEL
BLF
SVI
1F
0
0
7
7
2
3
7
1F
0
1F
0
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
0
7
7
0
0
0
0
7
1
2
0
0
3F
1
1
0F
0F
3
3
0F
3F
3
3F
3
3
3
1
1
1
0F
1
1
0F
0F
7
3
3
1
0F
0F
3
1
1
TINT ADJUSTMENT FOR NTSC
PAL/NTSC GATE WIDTH
PAL/NTSC SENSITIVITY SW
SUB COLOR CONTROL
SUB CONTRAST CONTROL
SHARPNESS CENTER FREQUENCY CHANGING
SHARPNESS EQUALIZER CHARACTERISTIC
SHARPNESS GAIN CONTROL
Y-OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL
BLACK STRETCH START POINT CHANGING
CB/CR OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL
DC RESTORATION RATIO ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF F0 ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF Q ADJUSTMENT
BPF/TQF SWITCH
SECAM DOUBLE TRAP SWITCH
Y/CB/CR LPF SWITCH
Y-DL TIME ADJUSTMENT
1-H ADDITION SWITCH
CB/CR OUTPUT MUTE SWITCH
CB OFFSET1 ADJUSTMENT (MAIN ROUTE)
CR OFFSET1 ADJUSTMENT
V COUNT DOWN FREQUENCY SWITCH
V COUNT DOWN JUDGE SWITCH
AFC SENSITIVITY SWITCH
MACROVISION MASK + AFC MASK
SECAM R-Y BLACK ADJUSTMENT
SECAM B-Y BLACK ADJUSTMENT
SECAM BELL/HPF SWITCHING
BELL F0 ADJUSTMENT
SECAM V-ID SWITCH
TV/VIDEO
02 (7-4)
04 (5-0)
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
50/60*TV/VIDEO/DVD
PAL/NTSC/SECAM/S-INPUT
(TV/VIDEO/DVD)
00 (5-0)
00 (6)
00 (7)
01 (3-0)
01 (7-4)
02 (1-0)
02 (3-2)
02 (7-4)
03 (5-0)
03 (7-6)
04 (5-0)
04 (7-6)
05 (1-0)
05 (3-2)
05 (4)
05 (6)
05 (7)
06 (6-3)
06 (7)
07 (7)
08 (7-4)
08 (3-0)
0A (2-0)
0A (4-3)
0A (6-5)
0A (7)
0B (3-0)
0B (7-4)
0C (1-0)
0C (2)
0C (3)
CXA2123Q(8AH)
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
RM-916
Category
KV-ES29M90
Adjustment Item Table
Adjustment Item Table
Category
SYC
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
Function
0
1
0
0
2
3
1
1
1
3
AP
00
01
02
BAS
TRE
LDN
0A
0A
1
0F
0F
1
BASS CONTROL
TREBLE CONTROL
LOUDNESS ON/OFF
MSP
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
WST
WBT
WLL
WAC
WDL
NDL
SDL
AGC
REL
CRM
ACO
FP
FPM
FH
FHM
WGP
NIP
ERR
VOL
15
EA
5
1
30
20
10
1
28
0
1
1B
32
2D
65
2A
6D
50
6D
FF
FF
FF
0F
FF
FF
FF
1
3F
1
1
7F
7F
7F
7F
7F
7F
FF
FF
W/G STEREO THRESHOLD
W/G BILINGUAL THRESHOLD
W/G MONAURAL THRESHOLD
W/G AGREEMENT COUNT
W/G SEARCH DELAY
NICAM SEARCH DELAY
STEREO STATUS READ DELAY
AGC SWITCH AUTO/CONSTANT
AGC GAIN AT CONSTANT MODE
CARRIER MUTING ON/OFF
AUDIO CLOCK ON/OFF
FM PRESCALE FOR NON-M SYSTEM
FM PRESCALE FOR M SYSTEM
FM PRESCALE FOR HDEV
FM PRESCALE FOR HDEV AND M
W/G PRESCALE
NICAM PRESCALE
AUTO FM SWITCH THRESHOLD
LOUDSPEAKER GAIN 0700H TO 07FFH
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
LDH
CFS
WLB
VDC
DEM
CDP
OSP
WPO
DSK
ASK
WSK
SSK
DGR
DGT
1
1
0
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
07
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
HISTOGRAM SEGMENT SELECTION
CONTOUR FILTER SELECTION
LETTERBOX WINDOW SWITCH
VIDEO DEPENDENT CORING
DEMONSTRATION MODE
LUMINANCE DELAY
OVERRULE SMART PEAKING
WHITE POINT STRETCH OFF
SKIN TONE SWITCH
SKIN TONE ANGLE SELECTION
SKIN TONE WIDTH SELECTION
SKIN TONE SIZE SELECTION
GREEN ENHANCEMENT SWICTH
THRESHOLD OF GREEN ENHANCEMENT SWITCH
LTI
SECAM GATE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
SECAM SENSITIVITY SWITCH
SECAM INHIBITION SWITCH
Y BLACK LEVEL SETUP FOR PAL PLUS
H-VCO TEMPERATURE CHARACTER CANCELLING
EXCEPT SECAM
SOUND MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
SOUND MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
0C (5-4)
0C (6)
0C (7)
0D (1)
0D (7-6)
CXA2123Q(8AH)
#4 (3-0)
#5 (3-0)
#3 (2)
TDA7315(80H)
358 (1-0)
359 (1-0)
MSP3415D(84H)
165
166
167
168
169
16A
16B
116 (7)
116 (6-1)
115 (1)
11A (5)
329
32A
32B
32C
32D
32E
14F
368
TDA9178(40H)
175 (2)
175 (3)
175 (5)
175 (6)
175 (7)
176 (2-0)
176 (5)
176 (4)
177 (0)
177 (1)
177 (2)
177 (3)
A9 (4)
A9 (7-5)
00BB (7)
00BB (6-1)
00BB (9)
0083 (5)
000E (7-0)
000E (7-0)
000E (7-0)
000E (7-0)
000E (7-0)
0010 (7-0)
0021 (10-3)
0000 (11-4)
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE & TWIN
00 (2)
00 (3)
00 (5)
00 (6)
00 (7)
01 (2-0)
01 (5)
01 (4)
02 (0)
02 (1)
02 (2)
02 (3)
02 (4)
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
SGP
SID
SIH
STP
HVC
– 51 –
1F
20
21
22
23
Table & Note
LTI
– 52 –
MID
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
GGR
WGR
SGR
DBL
GBL
SBL
CDS
CST
CTI
BON
BTD
NLD
NLW
VGD
VGW
PKD
PKW
SPD
CRD
CRW
CRO
LWD
SNM
SNC
FMC
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
HPH
VPH
HSZ
VSZ
HPW
VPW
YDL
MHP
MVP
MHS
MVS
PHP
PVP
PHS
PVS
PHO
PVO
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
0
0
0
15
7
15
0
3F
8
0
11
9
0
1F
0
3
2
Function
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
3F
3F
7
3F
7
3F
0F
3F
3F
0F
0F
3F
7
0F
0F
GREEN ENHANCEMENT GAIN
GREEN ENHANCEMENT WIDTH
GREEN ENHANCEMENT SIZE
BLUE STRETCH SWITCH
BLUE STRETCH GAIN SELECTION
BLUE STRETCH SIZE SELECTION
COLOR DEPENDENT SHARPNESS
THRESHOLD OF COLOR DEPENDENT SHARPNESS
COLOR TRANSIENT IMPROVEMENT
BLACK OFFSET COMPENSATION
ADAPTIVE BLACK STRETCH
NON-LINEARITY AMPLIFIER
STEP WIDTH OF NON-LINEARITY AMPLIFIER
VARIABLE GAMMA
STEP WIDTH OF VARIABLE GAMMA
PEAKING AMPLITUDE
STEP WIDTH OF PEAKING AMPLITUDE
STEEPNESS CORRECTION
CORING LEVEL
STEP WIDTH OF CORING LEVEL
CORING LEVEL OFFSET FOR VIDEO MODE
LINE WIDTH CORRECTION
S/N MODE UNDER UNREALIBLE S/N CONDITION
S/N RATIO AVERAGE COUNTER
FEATURE MODE MATCHING COUNTER
FF
3F
FF
FF
3F
7
3F
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
HORIZONTAL ACTIVE DISPLAY AREA PHASE
VERTICAL ACTIVE DISPLAY AREA PHASE
HORIZONTAL ACTIVE DISPLAY AREA SIZE
VERTICAL ACTIVE DISPLAY AREA SIZE
DISPLAY H-SYNC PLUSE WIDTH
DISPLAY V-SYNC PLUSE WIDTH
DISPLAY OUTPUT Y/C DELAY CORRECTION
MAIN PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION (SINGLE & PINP)
MAIN PICTURE VERTICAL POSITION (SINGLE & PINP)
MAIN PICTURE HORIZONTAL SIZE (SINGLE & PINP)
MAIN PICTURE VERTICAL SIZE (SINGLE & PINP)
PINP SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION
PINP SUB PICTURE VERTICAL POSITION
PINP SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL SIZE
PINP SUB PICTURE VERTICAL SIZE
PINP SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION OFFSET
PINP SUB PICTURE VERTICAL POSITION OFFSET
Table & Note
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE & TWIN
PICTURE MODE & TWIN
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
02 (5)
02 (6)
02 (7)
03 (0)
03 (1)
03 (2)
03 (3)
TDA9178(40H)
177 (5)
177 (6)
177 (7)
178 (0)
178 (1)
178 (2)
A9 (3)
A9 (2-0)
178 (4)
178 (5)
179 (5-0)
AA (5-0)
AE (6-4)
AB (5-0)
AE (2-0)
AC (5-0)
AF (7-4)
17D (5-0)
AD (5-0)
AF (3-0)
AF (3-0)
17F (5-0)
B0 (2-0)
B1 (3-0)
B2 (3-0)
03 (4)
03 (5)
04 (5-0)
05 (5-0)
05 (5-0)
06 (5-0)
06 (5-0)
07 (5-0)
07 (5-0)
08 (5-0)
09 (5-0)
09 (5-0)
09 (5-0)
0A (5-0)
TV/VIDEO
MB94918(68H)
RM-916
Category
KV-ES29M90
Adjustment Item Table
Adjustment Item Table
Category
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
TMP
TSP
TVP
THS
TVS
THO
TVO
XHS
XVS
XHG
XVG
XHP
XVP
DHP
DHS
DVP
DVS
VHP
VHS
VEP
VVS
VOP
CLT
CLW
VYD
VCR
VDI
3CM
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
FRZ
NRM
YCO
SYC
STD
MSS
KIL
EAD
ECS
CPP
PWR
HDP
CDL
DYC
DYG
0
0
0E
1
0
0
3
0
1
2
0
5
4
2
0A
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
3F
FF
FF
FF
3F
FF
3
FF
7
3F
1
3
TWIN MAIN PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION
TWIN SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION
TWIN MAIN & SUB PICTURE VERTICAL POSITON
TWIN MAIN & SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL SIZE
TWIN MAIN & SUB PICTURE VERTICAL SIZE
TWIN MAIN & SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL POSITION OFFSET
TWIN MAIN & SUB PICTURE VERTICAL POSITION OFFSET
INDEX SUB PICTURE HORIZONTAL SIZE
INDEX SUB PICTURE VERTICAL SIZE
INDEX HORIZONTAL GAP WIDTH BETWEEN PICTURES
INDEX VERTICAL GAP WIDTH BETWEEN PICTURES
INDEX 1ST SUB PICTURES HORIZONTAL POSITION
INDEX 1ST SUB PICTURES VERTICAL POSITION
DRC HORIZONTAL ACTIVE AREA POSITION
DRC HORIZONTAL ACTIVE PIXEL SIZE
DRC VERTICAL ACTIVE AREA LINE POSITION
DRC VERTICAL ACTIVE AREA LINE SIZE
VDO HORIZONTAL ACTIVE AREA POSITION
VDO HORIZONTAL ACTIVE AREA PIXEL SIZE
VDO VERTICAL ACTIVE AREA EVEN POSITION
VDO VERTICAL ACTIVE AREA LINE SIZE
VDO VERTICAL ACTIVE AREA ODD POSITION
VDO CLAMP PULSE OUTPUT TIMING
VDO CLAMP PULSE WIDTH
VDO ANALOG INPUT Y/C DELAY CORRECTION
VDO CROMA SIGNAL ORDER
VDO DIGITAL ANALOG INPUT SELECTION
1
3
0F
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
1
7
7
0F
0F
EXTERNAL MEMORY TEST BIT
NOISE REDUCTION OPERATION MODE
Y/C SIGNAL OUTPUT SELECTION
SYSTEM CLOCK SELECTION
STANDARD/NON-STANDARD OPERATION SELECTION
INTER-FRAME/INTER-LINE OPERATION SELECTION
KILLER/NON-KILLER OPERATION SELECTION
EXTERNAL Y-ADC SWITCH
EXTERNAL C-SYNC INPUT SELECTION
ADC INPUT LEVEL & CLUMP PULSE WIDTH SELECTION
ADC INPUT WIDTH SWITCH
HORIZONTAL PHASE ADJUSTMENT
C-SIGNAL DELAY ADJUSTMENT
DY DETECTION CORING LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
DY DETECTION GAIN ADJUSTMENT
Table & Note
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
MB94918(68H)
NR MODE (0-3)
NR MODE (0-3)
02 (4)
00 (7-6)
00 (3-0)
01 (7-6)
01 (5-4)
01 (3-2)
01 (1-0)
02 (5)
02 (1-0)
03 (7-6)
09 (7)
03 (5-3)
03 (2-0)
04 (7-4)
04 (3-0)
UPD64082(B8H)
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
– 53 –
MID
Function
3CM
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
DCC
DCG
YNR
CNR
WSC
VTH
VTR
LDR
VAP
VAI
TST
YPF
YPG
VSE
CCN
COS
SDC
SDY
D2G
YHC
YHG
SHT
CLK
PLL
KRF
HSL
VSL
BPS
BPW
ADC
APD
NSD
SPD
CNT
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
0C
0
3
8
0A
0
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
8
0D
3
0C
8
4
0A
3
1
1
2
0
0F
0F
0F
0F
3
3
3
3
7
1F
1
3
0F
0F
1
1
1
1
7
3
1
0F
0F
0F
0F
0F
0F
0F
0F
3
1
1
3
1
2CM
00
APA
1
1
DSP
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
DUL
DIM
TFM
TFP
TCE
TS1
TS2
0
3
5A
12
40
20
20
3
3
7F
7F
7F
FF
7F
– 54 –
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
Function
DC DETECTION CORING LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
DC DETECTION GAIN ADJUSTMENT
YNR NON-LINEAR FILTER SETUP
CNR NON-LINEAR FILTER SETUP
NOISE DETECTION CORING ADJUSTMENT
HYSTERESIS SELECTION FOR H-SYNC NON-STANDARD
SENSITIVITY SELECTION FOR H-SYNC NON-STANDARD
SENSITIVITY SELECTION FOR FRAME-SYNC NON-STANDARD
GAIN ADJUSTMENT FOR VERTICAL SHAPE CORRECTION
VANISHING ADJUSTMENT FOR VERTICAL SHAPE CORRECTION
TEST BIT
CENTER FREQUENCY SELECTION FOR Y-PEAKING BPF
GAIN ADJUSTMENT FOR Y-PEAKING BPF
LINE COMB FILTER SETUP
C-SIGNAL SPLIT FILTER SWITCH
C-SIGNAL DELAY SWITCH AT NOISE REDUCTION
DC DETECTION SENSITIVITY SWITCH
DY DETECTION LOWER-LEVEL SENSITIVITY SWITCH
D2 GAIN SELECTION
Y-SIGNAL HIGHER-LEVEL CORING SELECTION
Y-SIGNAL HIGHER-LEVEL GAIN SWITCH
NON-STANDARD DETECTION & H/V COUNTER TEST BITS
CLOCK TEST BITS
PLL FILTER SETUP
KILLER DETECTION REFERENCE ADJUSTMENT
H-SYNC SLICE LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
V-SYNC SLICE LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
INTERNAL BURST GATE START POSITION ADJUSTMENT
INTERNAL BURST GATE WIDTH ADJUSTMENT
ADC CLOCK DELAY SELECTION
ADC POWER-DOWN SWITCH
NON-STANDARD DETECTION TEST BIT
MEMORY POWER-DOWN SWITCH
CNR TEST BIT
2D COMB APACON ON/OFF
DIR UNLOCK DETECTION MODE
DIGITAL INPUT MODE
TRUSURROUND FRONT MINUS
TRUSURROUND FRONT PLUS
TRUSURROUND CENTER
TRUSURROUND SURROUND #1
TRUSURROUND SURROUND #2
Table & Note
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
NR MODE (0-3)
NR MODE (0-3)
05 (7-4)
05 (3-0)
06 (7-4)
06 (3-0)
08 (7-6)
08 (5-4)
08 (3-2)
08 (1-0)
0A (7-5)
0A (4-0)
0B (6)
0B (5-4)
0B (3-0)
0C (7-4)
0C (3)
0C (2)
0C (0)
0D (5)
0D (2-0)
10 (7-6)
10 (5)
11 (7-4)
11 (3-0)
12 (7-4)
12 (3-0)
13 (7-4)
13 (3-0)
14 (7-4)
14 (3-0)
15 (7-6)
15 (5)
15 (4)
16 (7)
17 (7)
UPD64082(B8H)
#2 (2-1)
CXA2069Q(90H)
TV/VIDEO
TV/VIDEO
TV/VIDEO
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
PICTURE MODE
322
323
324
TC9446F(3AH)
VDD/VDP
VDD/VDP
VDD/VDP
VDD/VDP
VDD/VDP
2764/276D
2765/276E
2766/276F
2767
2770
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
RM-916
Category
KV-ES29M90
Adjustment Item Table
Adjustment Item Table
Category
DSP
Functionality
Initial Range
No.
Name Data
Function
– 55 –
Table & Note
Register
(Bit Range)
Device & Slave
Address
VDD/VDP
VDD/VDP
2768/2771
2769/2772
276A/2773
278F
2790
278F
2790
TC9446F(3AH)
0D (5-0)
0B (5-0)
0C (5-0)
05 (5-0)
0A (5-0)
01 (5-0)
02 (5-0)
06 (5-0)
07 (5-0)
CXA8070P(DEH)
99 (7-0)
9A (5-0)
SAA5261(58H)
352 (1-0)
352 (5-4)
1F1
1F9
1F9
1F1
CXP750096(60H)
OPTION-MISC
18D (7-2)
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
TSP
TEM
LFE
BHL
BHH
BLL
BLH
DLR
BBE
68
68
5A
40
48
33
33
7
1
7F
7F
7F
7F
7F
7F
7F
7
3
TRUSURROUND SURROUND PLUS
TRUSURROUND SURROUND MINUS
LOW FREQUENCY EFFECT
BBE EFFECT 1 FOR BBE HIGH
BBE EFFECT 2 FOR BBE HIGH
BBE EFFECT 1 FOR BBE LOW
BBE EFFECT 2 FOR BBE LOW
DELAY SELECTION AT DSP RESET
BBE SELECTION
SOUND MODE EXCEPT PERSONAL
DYC
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
SBH
YBU
YBL
RSA
LSA
LUB
LLB
RUB
RLB
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
3F
H STATIC CONV1
H STATIC CONV2 UPPER
H STATIC CONV2 LOWER
H DYNAMIC CONV1 LEFT
H DYNAMIC CONV1 RIGHT
H DYNAMIC CONV2 TOP LEFT
H DYNAMIC CONV2 BOTTOM LEFT
H DYNAMIC CONV2 TOP RIGHT
H DYNAMIC CONV2 BOTTOM RIGHT
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
TXT
00
01
TXH
TXV
4B
0E
FF
3F
TELETEXT HORIZONTAL POSITION
TELETEXT VERTICAL POSITION
OPM
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
00
10
OSH
FW1
FW2
OHO
ICO
ISO
IL1
IVO
COM
APC
TSY
MUT
AFM
TVO
DBL
SSO
TRP
SCH
SCA
12
0
3
9
1
2
1C
2F
0
1
0
0
1
3
0
1
0
1
1
3F
3F
3F
0F
3
3
3F
3F
03
1
03
1
1
7
1
3
3F
7F
1
OSD H POSITION
OSD ODD/EVEN FIELD WINDOW SETUP #1
OSD ODD/EVEN FIELD WINDOW SETUP #2
OSD H POSITION OFFSET FOR INDEX
INDEX “VIDEO” OSD HORIZONTAL OFFSET (12+1 INDEX)
INDEX SUB-SCREEN OSD HORIZONTAL OFFSET
INDEX SUB-SCREEN OSD 1ST LINE VERTICAL POSITION
INDEX SUB-SCREEN OSD VERTICAL OFFSET
COMB OPERATION SELECTION
APC SWITCH
TV SYSTEM SELECTION UNDER SEARCHING WITH AUTO TV SYSTEM
NO SIGNAL MUTE
AUTO FM SWITCH
V-ANGLE CORRECTION TO PICTURE ROTATION
DISABLE BLUEBACK FUNCTION
SPEED CH SEARCH SELECTION
MPEG/JPEG NOISE REDUCTION FOR EACH INPUT
CH SELECTION FOR SHIPPING CONDITION
CABLE/AIR SELECTION FOR SHIPPING CONDITION
00
01
OP1
OP2
E7
13
FF
FF
OPTIONAL BITS 1 (SEE THE SPECIFIED SHEET)
OPTIONAL BITS 2 (SEE THE SPECIFIED SHEET)
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
31E
321
322
323
324
324
324
1F2
1F2/1F3
347 (7-6)
346 (5)
346 (4-3)
346 (0)
346 (1)
347 (2-0)
346 (2)
346 (5)
18E (5-0)
NTSC ONLY
NTSC ONLY
18E (5-0)
OPTION-BITS
RM-916
4A
4B
KV-ES29M90
OPB
VDD/VDP/TRS/SIM/OFF
VDD/VDP/TRS/SIM/OFF
VDD/VDP/TRS/SIM/OFF
VDD/VDP/TRS/SIM/OFF
RAM Address
(Bit Range)
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
NOTE
•
shaded items are fixed data.
•
•
Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode.
Note for Different Data: Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes
and stored respectively in the memory.
In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items.
OPTION NOTE
COM
Comb Operation Selection
00 = automatic operation (depends on color system status),
01 = no comb operation,
02 = forced 2D-comb operation,
03 = forced 3D-comb operation
TSY
TV System Selection for Auto TV System
00 = B/G, 01 = I, 10 = D/K, 11 = M
SSO
Speed CH Search Selection
00 = normal, 01 = 4 times, 10 = 6 times, 11 = 8 times
TRP
MPEG/JPEG Noise Reduction
Input
–
–
TV
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
DVD
TOP
NICAM
HDEV
Reserved
–
DVD Input
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
A-TVsys
US ST
SSV Model
OSD
Language
1
0
0
1
1
OP1 Items
Item
KV-ES29M90
AV Input
AV Input 00 = no AV Input, 01 = 1 AV Input, 10 = 3 AV Input, 11 = 4 AV Input
OP2 Items
Item
KV-ES29M90
C-Text
0
Korean Stereo Korean Mode
0
0
– 56 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
5-3. PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENTS
SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT (SCL)
1. NTSC VIDEO INPUT
Input signal ; NTSC color bar, 75% to Video 1.
[TWIN] mode, [Service] mode.
1. Set to service mode.
2. Input RF PAL colorbar signal.
(i) SUB CONTRAST
Set A/V control to PERSONAL.
3. Set to VP7 (Service mode) "DYC" = 0
Condition :
4. Set the following condition.
Picture to 100%, Color to 0% and Bright to 0%.
5. Connect an oscilloscope to the pin 3 (BLUE) of CN705, C
board.
SAJ
00
02
PIC
COL
3F
0
JGL
SAJ
01
13
RGB
PIO
4
0
Adjusting parameter:
LEFT
6. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select SAJ 3 (Service mode)
"SCL".
RIGHT
;
YCT
08
YOL
;
SYC
08
YOL
7. Using the 3 and 6 buttons on the Remote Commander to
adjust to VB2 = VB3 = VB4 with 3 and 6.
8. Write into the memory by pressing "MUTING" then "0".
9. Input NTSC colorbar signal to VIDEO1 and select VIDEO1
VR
VR2
input.
10. Adjust as step 4. and 8. by receving NTSC colorbar.
GND
11. Reset to VP 7 (Service mode) "DYC" = 1.
VR1 - VR2 = VR = 1.88 ± 0.07 (Vp-p)
-H-TRAPIZIUM ADJUSTMENT
(ii) SUB HUE/SUB COL
1. Input a cross hatch/dot signal.
Condition :
2. Adjust DAC 4 HTR to make H-Trapizoid distortion best.
JGL
PIC
3F
00
0E
DYC
CLO
0
7
10
13
HUO 7
PIO
0
04
BBT
0
05
LML
3
02
01
SAJ 10
Adjusting parameter:
SUB CONTRAST, SUB HUE, SUB COLOR
Adjustment condition
SAJ 00
SAJ
JGL
COL
RGB
1F
7
HUO 7
LEFT
;
YCT
YCT
0A
00
COL
TNT
RIGHT
;
SYC
SYC
0A
00
COL
TNT
VB4
VB1 VB2 VB3
PICTURE QUALITY : HI-FINE
ECO MODE
: OFF
WIDE MODE
DRC-MF
VB1 = VB4 ± 50 mV
VB2 = VB3 ± 50 mV
: OFF
: DRC1250
INPUT SIGNAL
Video Color Bar (White and Color 75%)
RF Color Bar (White and Color 75%)
CAUTION
After the above Adjustments, these adjustment parameters must be
recovered to the original condition.
VR ; R100 (the pin 6 of CN1100)
VB ; B100 (the pin 7 of CN1100)
– 57 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
2. NTSC RF INPUT
3. PAL VIDEO INPUT
Input signal ; NTSC RF color bar, 75%.
[TWIN] mode, [Service] mode.
Input signal ; PAL color bar, 75% to Video 1.
[TWIN] mode, [Service] mode.
(i) SUB CONTRAST
Condition :
(i) SUB CONTRAST
SAJ
00
02
PIC
COL
3F
0
Condition :
00
02
PIC
COL
3F
0
JGL 01
Adjusting parameter:
RGB
4
JGL 01
Adjusting parameter:
RGB
4
LEFT
RIGHT
;
;
YCT
SYC
04
04
SCT
SCT
SAT
SAT
LEFT
RIGHT
VR
;
;
YCT
SYC
04
04
SCT
SCT
VR
VR2
VR2
GND
GND
VR1 - VR2 = VR = 1.88 ± 0.07 (Vp-p)
(ii) SUB HUE/SUB COL
Condition :
SAJ 02
JGL
SAJ
Adjusting parameter:
LEFT
RIGHT
01
10
COL
VR1 - VR2 = VR = 1.88 ± 0.07 (Vp-p)
(ii) SUB HUE/SUB COL
Condition :
SAJ 02
1F
RGB 7
HUO 7
JGL 01
Adjusting parameter:
;
YCT
03
SCL
;
YCT
SYC
00
03
TNT
SCL
SYC
00
TNT
COL
1F
RGB
7
LEFT
;
YCT
SAJ
03
10
SCL
HUO
RIGHT
;
SYC
03
SCL
VB4
VB4
VB1 VB2 VB3
VB1 VB2 VB3
VB1 = VB4 ± 50 mV
VB2 = VB3 ± 50 mV
VB1 = VB4 ± 50 mV
VB2 = VB3 ± 50 mV
– 58 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
3. PAL RF INPUT
5-4. DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENTS
Input signal ; PAL RF color bar, 75%.
[TWIN] mode, [Service] mode.
FOR DRC 1250
1. Set to Service Mode.
2. Input a Pal cross hatch/dot signal.
(i) SUB CONTRAST
Condition :
SAJ
SAJ
00
02
PIC
COL
3F
0
JGL 01
Adjusting parameter:
RGB
4
LEFT
RIGHT
;
;
YCT
SYC
04
04
3. Set the following condition.
Picture Mode to [DYNAMIC], Picture Rotation to [+/– 0] and
Eco Mode to OFF.
4. Set to DRC 1250 mode.
SCT
SCT
5. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select category GEO (Service
Mode).
6. Select and adjust the following items to obtain optimum image.
Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
VR
VR2
GND
VR1 - VR2 = VR = 1.88 ± 0.07 (Vp-p)
(ii) SUB HUE/SUB COL
Condition :
SAJ 02
JGL 01
Adjusting parameter:
COL
1F
RGB
7
LEFT
;
YCT
SAJ
03
10
SCL
HUO
RIGHT
;
SYC
03
SCL
1
00
VSZ
V SIZE
2
3
04
01
HSZ
VPS
H SIZE
V POSITION
4
5
05
03
HPS
SCO
H POSITION
S CORRECTION
6
7
02
0B
VLN V LINEARITY
BOW AFC BOW
8
9
06
07
PAP
UPN
PIN AMP
UPPER CORNER PIN
10
11
08
09
LPN
TRZ
LOWER CORNER PIN
TRAPEZIUM
7. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select category DAC (Service
Mode).
8. Select and ad List the following items to obtain optimum image.
Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
VB4
1
2
VB1 VB2 VB3
01
00
HLN
HCT
H LINEARITY
H CENTER
9. Select “GEO 04 HSZ” with the 1 and 4 buttons.
VB1 = VB4 ± 50 mV
VB2 = VB3 ± 50 mV
10. Confirm the H Size condition. If necessary, adjust the H SIZE
to get a best condition.
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KV-ES29M90
RM-916
11. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
FOR DRC 100 MODE
12. Set to DRC 100 mode.
13. Repeat Step 5, Step 6 and Step 7.
5-5. A BOARD ADJUSTMENT AFTER IC003
(MEMORY) REPLACEMENT
14. Write “DAC 00 HCT DRC 100 Mode” as “DAC 00 HCT DRC
1250 Mode”.
Write “DAC 01 HLN DRC 100 Mode” as “DAC 01 HLN DRC
1250 Mode”.
FOR PIP MODE
15. Set to PIP mode.
16. Repeat Step 5 and Step 6.
When replacing IC003 and IC004 (MEMORY), be sure to change
IC001 (µ-COM) to the following new IC at the same time.
MODEL
KV-ES29M90
IC001 (µ-CON)
CXP750096-012Q
1. Enter to Service Mode.
17. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
2. Press commander buttons 5 and - (Data Initialize), and 2
and - (Data Copy) to initialize the data.
FOR TWIN MODE
18. Set to TWIN Mode.
3. Call each item number and check if the respective screen shows
19. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select category GEO (Service
Mode).
the normal picture.
In cases where items are not well adjusted, rectify the items
20. Select and adjust the following items to obtain optimum image.
Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
with fine adjustment.
Write the data per each item number ([MUTING] +-).
1
01
VPS
V POSITION
2
3
05
06
HPS
PAP
H POSITION
PIN AMP
4
09
TRZ
TRAPEZIUM
4. Select item numbers “OPB0” (OP1), “OPB1” (OP2) and
respectively set the bit per model with command buttons 3
and 6.
5. Press commander buttons 8 and - (Test Normal) to return
to the data that was set on the shipment from the factory.
(This will also cancel Service Mode.)
21. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
FOR INDEX M0DE
22. Set to Index Mode.
23. Repeat Step 5 and Step 6.
24. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
FOR WIDE MODE
25. Set to WIDE Mode.
26. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select category GEO (Service
Mode).
27. Select and adjust the following items to obtain optimum image.
Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
1
00
VSZ
V SIZE
2
3
01
05
VPS
HPS
V POSITION
H POSITION
4
5
06
09
PAP
TRZ
PIN AMP
TRAPEZIUM
28. Input a NTSC cross hatch/dot signal and repeat all above steps.
– 60 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
5-6. PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT (1)
PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT (2)
Item Number 00 – 0B
H-TRAPEZOID (DAC 4 HTR)
GEO 0
VSZ (V SIZE)
GEO 1
VPS (V POSITION)
GEO 2
VLN (V LINEARITY)
GEO 3
SCO (VERTICAL S-Correction)
GEO 4
HSZ (H SIZE)
GEO 5
HPS (H POSITION)
GEO 6
PAP (PIN AMP)
GEO 07 UPN (UPPER CORNER PIN)
GEO 08 LPN (LOWER CORNER PIN)
GEO 9
TRZ (TRAPEZIUM)
GEO 0A AGL (AFC.ANGLE)
GEO 0B BOW (AFC.BOW)
– 61 –
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
MEMO
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– 62 –
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
T6602
2
6
18
±17V RECT
D6634
+17V
–17V
AUDIO
AUDIO
D6801
3
19 VSAW–
1
17 VSAW+
3
10 HD2
FROM
F2
5 AC IN
17
MAIN RECT
D6605
1
RY6601
+12V REG
O
I
G
+15V
16
TH6601
CN6603
RELAY
RY6603
3
+6.5V RECT
D6633
15
2
ST-BY RECT
S 1
CN6602
DEGAUSS
PIN
CN6800
D BOARD
+10.5V RECT
D6644
4
SS
CT
RT
9
3 IN1+
IN2– 6
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
3
2
4
+10.5
1
IN2+ 5
16 VM
CN6802
20 N/S
3
CATHODE
2
ANODE
1 OUT3
VCC 8
1
REF
2 IN3–
OUT4 7
3 IN3+
IN4– 6
4 GND
IN4+ 5
H-CERT
H-SAW
Q6813, 14
46
1
200V
1
H1
4
2
5
DY
Q9009
BUFFER
3 VI
TO PICTURE TUBE
HV
HV
T6800
H-C SHIFT
Q6822
VO 8
G
9 VOF
B
IC6606
+5V REG
O
I
G
3
7
2
8
1
9
3
4
4
1
IC9002
VIDEO OUT (GREEN)
5
35 VSAW+
3
TO D BOARD
HV(T6803)
+5V
6
33 VSAW+
IC6608
4
IC6613
11
IC6637
13
+5V STBY
1
13
8
DFT
T6801
+15V
IC6801
+15V RECT
D6816
G2 TO C BOARD
CN9007
SC
VO 8
9 VOF
FV
TO D BOARD
FV(T6803)
5 IK
12
10
M PIN OUT
Q6809
48 M PIN
3 VI
TO E BOARD
CN4500
9
PULS-RECT
D6809
10 DF SW
1 VB
Q9010
BUFFER
G DRIVE 3
DF DAMP
Q6821
7
5
11
Q6810
H LIN OUT
IC9003
VIDEO OUT (BLUE)
DF ON/OFF SW
Q6816, 6815
14 HP1
DF PROT
Q6817, 18
28 DF DRIVE
CN9001
49 ABL 1
CN6802
STANDBY PIN 5
OF CN6605
7
3
40 HP2
TO A
+5V
–15V RECT
D6817
D6824
CN9001
FOCUS TO
C BOARD J9001
F
34 H CENTER
2
HV
2
Q6800
V DET PROT
–15V
3
11
39 VSAW–
1
IC6607
POWER MODULE
12
10
5
7
9 IK
H-C OUT
Q6802
32CI
PICTURETUBE
J9001
R
2 VB
CN9001
TO C BOARD
CN9002
R DRIVE 1
1
IC9001
VIDEO OUT (RED)
D9005
H-CAMP
Q6804, 3
+135V
6
PH6601
POWER ON CONTROL
IC6601
REF. VOLTAGE
IC6608
DETECT MAIN RECT
3
H-SAW
30 H LIN
PH6602
FEEDBACK
4 GND
44
C (CRT DRIVE)
1
IC6801 DY-PROT
CN6802
15 FOCUS
37 VSAW–
VCC 8
OUT2 7
3
2
H+
5
IC6602
DETECT STBY RECT
2 IN1–
4
HIC6800
V-OUT
DEFLECTION
+135V
1 OUT1
EXTRA PARA
13 AFC PULSE
+135V
TO D1 BOARD CN6802
NC
8
VOCP
SS. RST
7
9
41 VFB2
COCP
VG (H)
6
COVP
VD
5
H. PULSE
15 EXTRA-PARA
10
SWITCHING REGULATOR
4
7
H-OUT
Q6807
31 VM
+135V RECT
D6631
ST-BY
CONVERTER
IC6603
MCR51A2
3
HDT
T6802
H-OUT DRIVE
Q6805
5
5
7
17 N/S
9V
11
IC6604
2
PIN OUT
Q6808
6
V-
29 FOCUS
T6601
SRT
1
+10.5V
12
C 4
CONTROL BLOCK
& RELAY DRIVE
HDT
T6804
V+
13
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
5
D
13 HD1
14 X-RAY
2.5V
VS
2
14
COM
1
RELAY
RY6602
RELAY DRIVE
Q6601
5V
+6.5V
3.3V
DGC CHECK
FOR
CHECK
DGC CHECK
1
H-OUT DRIVE
Q6806
+12V
TO D1 BOARD CN6802
CN1652
PUMP UP
Q6801
V.DY
1
H.DY V.DY
V PROT
Q6811, Q6819
Q6820, Q6821
18 VPROT
9
H.DY
MAIN
CONVERTER
CN6801
7
48
MPIN
M-PIN OUT
Q6809
+200V
+200V RECT
D6813
B DRIVE 5
Q9011
BUFFER
IK 8
Q9001
BUFFER
1 VB
3 VI
CN9002
TO D BOARD
CN9007
TO D BOARD
G2(T6803)
A1
7 VOF
CN6802
30
VO 8
H-LIN OUT
Q6801
HLIN
5 IK
G2
D (POWER SUPPLY, DEFLECTION HV)
DH (MAGNETIC FIELD CORRECTION)
F1 (AC LINE FILTER)
TO A BOARD
CN1138
N/S (B)
F1602
LFT
F1601
LFT
CN3802
TO LCC
F2 (AC SWITCH)
CN6101
AC IN 1
1
N/S (E)
2
DEGAUSS
3
Q3807
Q3808
BUFFER
CN1651
1
4
1
4
1 AC OUT
1
2
3
2
3
2 AC OUT
2
1 AC IN
TO AC CORD
IC3805
NS DRIVE
Q3809, 3812
N/S MUTE
CN1602
F1601
AC IN 2
2 AC IN
3 -IN1
4 +IN1
S1651
POWER
OUT1 2
IC3807 SENSOR
XOUT 4
NL3801
7 -IN2 OUT2 8
6 +IN2
TO BEZEL
TO D GND
CN3801 RS812 R3811 CN3803
1M
470k
1/2W 1/2W
– 63 –
– 64 –
REF 3
Q3810, 3811
BUFFER
– 65 –
– 66 –
TO D BOARD
CN6604
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
V DEFL 12
VM_OUT 45
60 VS_IN
R100 13
3 VM
46 VM_MOD
20 XRAY
GREEN 19
35 G2_IN
RED 20
36 R2_IN
ABL_IN 22
BLUE 21
34 B2_IN
ABL_FIL 23
1 PROT 1
4 CPCP
5 HP2
33 YS/YM2
BLK 22
6 HP1
41 R1_IN
TEXT RED 23
TEXT GREEN 25
40 G1IN
9 ABL 1
39 B1_IN
TEXT BLUE 27
TEXT BLK 29
10 PROR 1
38 YS/YM1
61 DEGAUSS
DEGAUSS 11
TO D BOARD
CN6800
CN4800
52 NS ROT
NS ROT 20
ST-BY 5
OVER VOLTAGE PROT. 11
OVER CURRENT PROT. 13
HP100
CN1150
VP 100 A20
R
EW 1
Y100 36
52 Y1IN
53 CB1IN
V100 39
DPIC SW 40
54 CR1IN
HD 17
7
U100 37
YS
43 DPIC_DCTR
5
Q4800 - H DRIVE1
Q4801 - H DRIVE2
TO BUS CONTROLLER
IC002
IC4803
CPC-AMP
6
2
3
7
1
IC4802
PLL AMP
5
IC4801
FF CONP2
IC4800
FF CONP2
3
L+ 3
RO
L-
R+ 5
LED 2 53
R-
6 OVP
SIRCS 64
3 OCP
KEY 1 7
7 H SYNC
AGC
L OUT
AFT1
DEL OUT
AFT2
SDA
G
33 G
B
34 B
Q002
BUFFER
36 YS
Q001
INVERTER
37 YM
AFT2 18
F MONO 23
ST 29
MSP RESET(MSP) 30
MUTE 31
SCL
F MONO
ST
MSPR
19 B-INT
SDA 1 47
5 SDA
SCL 1 49
6 SCL
W PROTECT 40
7 WC
SDA0 48
SCL0 50
STBY
MUTE
MODE
NC (RESET)
MSPR
RF AGC
20 CVBS 2 OUT
4
R SP
LOUT 17
3
1
6
LHP
6
ROUT 16
5
7
7
RHP
IC1203
R-AMP
IN 9
OUT 1
ST
AFT1
AG
RF SIGNAL
SCL
TU3301
DET OUT
IC003
EEPROM
AFT OUT
Q3300
Q3301
AMP.
CN1118
AFT2
SDA
RF SIGNAL
E
SCL
(RGB OUT, DEFLECTION)
1
ANTENNA IN
SIGNAL
SPLITTER
TEXT RED 23
CP1300
3
FS IN
5
B IN
7
G IN
9
R IN
CN1140
TO E BOARD
CN1401
– 67 –
TO H2 BOARD
CN1932
SDA
7
1
F MONO
NC
AFT OUT
Q301 Q313
MUTE
9 RESET
CN1193
L SP
11
Q101
BUFFER
SDA
SCL
NC
PLL-SW
MUTE
X
35 I
1
R-UB
R OUT
IC2200
HP-AMP
IN 9
IC1201
TONE-CTRL
L-UB
AFT1 17
1
TO SPEAKER
6
TU101
ATT SW 45
8 V SYNC AGC MONITOR 16
30 R
OUT 1
2
LED 1 54
6
2
LO
7
TEXT BLK 29
3
1
5
CN1100
1
R-UB
TEXT BLUE 27
6
2
7
2
L-UB
IC1204
L-AMP
TEXT GREEN 25
5
RESET IC
KEY 2 13
62 ST-BY
CN1161
TO D BOARD
CN6605
IC1205
DIFFERENTIAL AMP
IC001
MAIN CONTROLLER
CN1162
XRAY 16
17 CVBS 1 OUT
A (MAIN-MICON, TUVIF, AUDIO AMP)
500K 15
16 V_PROT1
Q4315
V PROT SW
TO D1 BOARD CN6101
VPROT 14
6
TO A BOARD CN1401
CN4502
TO VM
BOARD
CN5402
IC4301
CRT-DRIVER
16 TVL OUT
64 DF_PARA
HD2 9
4 RN IN
D FOCUS 6
4 IK
14 TVR OUT
3 B OUT
IKIN 25
19 L2_FIL
3 RP IN
HD1 4
2 LN IN
B_OUT 26
AFC PULSE 3
1 LP IN
1 R OUT
2 G OUT
TO J BOARD
CN8304
CN1180
7 KEY 1 IN
G_OUT 28
4 SIRCS
R_OUT 30
59 HS_IN
2 LED G
63 EXTRA-PARA
1 LED R
H DEFL 2
2 KEY 2 IN
EXTRA PARABOLA 1
TO H2 BOARD TO H1/H3 BOARD
CN1934
CN1901/CN1980
CN1195
CN1190
TO C BOARD CN9001
CN4500
CN4101
– 68 –
– 69 –
– 70 –
TO V BOARD
CN1801
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
TO A BOARD
CN1195
CN1801
CN1934
BLAN 50
CN6104
IC1801
TEXT DECODER
5 QP (–)
TO J BOARD
CN8301
KV-ES29M90
3 FS OUT
BUFFER
Q1805
7 G OUT
IC6104
DQP-AMP
(AV INPUT, PRESET KEY, PHONE OUT)
BUFFER
Q1804
R 47
US/SC 45
CN1932
HP L IN
3
HP R IN
9 R OUT
Q1803
BUFFER
17 V SYNC TEXT
IC6354
MULTIPLAY
CN6103
2
ROT-
2 REF
3
ROT+ 3
1
IC6356
N/S. OUT
1
8
IC6105
DQP-CONT
4
3
5
6
2
1
3
5
TO A BOARD
CN1193
1
19 H SYNC TEXT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
9 10
CVBS 30
15 CVBS IN
3
2
1
3
3
5
7
6
IC6351
DC CONT.
2
S1931
AUTO PRESET
5
V (TELETEXT)
4
L R J1933
J
CN1980
2
3
D1906
SPB-26MVWF
R
4
Q1901
LED DRIVER
2
Q1902
LED DRIVER
1
TO A BOARD CN1190
IC1901
REMOTE SENSOR
G
S1973
PRG+
CN1901
5P
WHT
S-MICRO
SIRCS
LED2
LED1
STBY
ON
S1974
PGRM-
S1975
VOL+
S1976
VOL-
KEY 1 OUT
TO A BOARD
CN1190
CLK DAT CS
DIGITAL
AUDIO IN
3.3V
5V
L OUT+
43
L OUT
L IN
L OUT–
IC8103 AK4524 AUDIO CODEC
45
52
54
R OUT
R IN
MON L
MCLK LRCK
BCK
SDI
IC1205
DIFF. AMP
DIR AMP
IC8106
BCK
SD0
2
7
3
6
1
M-PIN
5
2
DF SW
3
DF PH
4
H-LIN
5
QP DV
6
H-TRP
IC1204
TDA7481
LCH OUT
IC1201
TDA7315D
AUDIO
PRCESSOR
SDA
P001 (ALIVE)
7
QP PH
8
QP AC
9
CP CTR
33 V SAW41 VFB2
46 H-SAW
48 M PIN
A
49 ABL 1
Q6128
H-SAW
Q6125
H LIN AMP 1
Q6126
H LIN AMP2
IC6103
M.PIN CONP
1
2
3
2
3
7
– 72 –
35 V COMP+
39 V COMP-
IC6108
DAC CONT.
12 QP DC
1
– 71 –
30 H LIN
11 QP AV
3.3V
CONTROL LINE FROM MAIN UCOM
29 FOCUS
44 H CENT
S1978
ENTER
S1979
MENU
28 DF DRIVE
10 H-CENT
IC8105
TC9446F-002
AUDIO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
SCL
17 N/S
37 V SAW-
SDI
DIR
14 HP1
Q6106
CONST. C
34 GND
IC1203
TDA7481
RCH OUT
SD0
MON R
8
R OUT+
R OUT–
MCLK LRCK
J8106
S1977
TV/VIDEO
SCL
SDA
SDA
1 GND
2
4
9
11
16
18
23
25
59
61
62
64
SCL
S1972
STBY
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
DVDL
DVDR
TVL
TVR
CN6100
1
10 DF SW
IC8302
CXA2069Q
(TOP KEY)
H1 (LED, SIRCS RECEIVER)
MUTING
CONTROL LINE FROM MAIN UCOM
H3
7
6
IC6101
QP-CONT
J1932
V
IC6106
H-SIZE CONT
1
3
2
IC6353
5V REG
8
IC6102
DQP-CONT
+
J1931
3
G
5
VS 46
1
I
Q6107
DQP H-MOJI
D1
A1 (AUDIO DSP)
5
5
6
1
14
7
2
(DF, DQP DRIVE)
– 73 –
11
10
9
IC6201
V SIZE COMP
IC6202
LPF
– 74 –
3
4
5
6
TO BOARD CN6802
2
Q1802
BUFFER
4 CP CNTL
1
TO E BOARD
CN4800
6 HP1
TO RT COIL
CN5402
H2
G 48
5 B OUT
TO A BOARD CN1118
KEY 2 IN
12
10
B 49
11
S IN
C IN
9
7
8
Y IN
5
6
3
4
2
1
L IN
R IN
CN6101
BUFFER
Q1806
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
J
(YCT, COMB FILTER,
VIDEO/AUDIO-IN/OUT)
IC8306
MAIN COLOR DECODER
VS 4
IC8312 4
2
HS 9
YOUT 21
2 SYNC IN
IC8313
2
TO BC4A BOARD
CN2001
11 Y FOR SYNC
1 CVB S/Y
C IN 5
48 C1
BUFFER
Q8302
C OUT 15
FL8315
CrOUT 23
Y IN 3
CV OUT 1
FL8314
CbOUT 22
SYNC IN
FL8316
VS 4
11 Y FOR SYNC
HS 9
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
50 Y MAIN OUT
2.5V 3.3V
2.5V 3.3V
41 H PULSE MAIN OUT
V
38 Y SUB OUT
H
54MHz
34 V SUB OUT
IC601
32 V PULSE SUB OUT
31 H PULSE SUB OUT
TO A BOARD
CN1180
20 CVBS 1 IN
4
DRC 1chip
(CXD2090Q)
17 CVBS 1 IN
16 TVL IN
V
14 TVR IN
19 Y1
41 CVBS/Y3
44 CVBS/Y2
43 C2
18 CB1
4 RN OUT
3 RP OUT
17 Cr1
2 LN OUT
46 FSC OUT
FSC 9
CrOUT 23
CbOUT 22
ACPN 11
19 Y1
YOUT 21
SCP 10
18 Cb1
17 Cr1
3
IC8309
SW
DRC process
525i n 525p
525i n 1050i
625i n 625p
625i n 1250i
1 SC
1
17
Q8331
AMP
Q8332
BUFFER
RTV 64
4 RV1
VOUT1 53
LOUT1 52
ROUT1 54
R2
11 RV2
LVS 29
L3
16 LV3
18 RV3
Y
9 -VIN
Yin
LTI
Sub
Chroma
Decoder
(CXA2123)
Cr-Y
Cb-Y
H
WPLLHD
HREF
IC603
54MHz
Clock
PLL
RPLLHD TLC2933
DAC
Cb-Y
CXD2309
LPF
54MHz
clock
PLL
CXA3106
5.0V 3.3V
H
V
Level
converter
IC504
I2C
Monitor Out
J board
V
Q8301
L
R
Q8304
Q8304
V/YOUT2 44
26 C4
C IN 9
Q8309
24 Y4
COUT3 37
22 V4
28 S-4
Q8306
Y IN 5
VOUT3 41
YOUT3 39
CV IN 7
S IN 8
25 RV4
23 LV4
L IN 3
R
FF process
P and P
P in P
T and P
Index
Scan Convert
Cr-Y
IIC BUS
Expander
(CXA1875)
5.0V
IC604
Sub µ com
(IIC BUS)
IC902
59 LV6
61 RV6
L
MID-X
(CXD9509Q)
BUFFER
Q8305
15 V3
R-Y
8
V
30 VS
V3
B-Y
PLL
TLC29321
Cin
LTV 62
V1
2 LV1
RVS 31
Y
ADC
CXD2306
5.0V
9 LV2
Video In 3
Cb-Y
Cr-Y
8
IC303
H
16
TV 63
8 V2
R3
IC302
Y
Cb-Y
IC901
STV 60
V2
L2
Video In 2
8
clock
ROUT2 45
5 C1
V1
L1
R1
Cb-Y
LOUT2 43
7 S1
Video In 1
8
TLC5733
To MID-X
1
Cr-Y
Cb-Y
IC801
19
8 -UIN
J8301
2
ADC
LPF
8
Clamp pulse
From sub
chroma decoder
47 COUT2
Cr-Y
Cr-Y
13.5MHz
Q8329
AMP
Q8330
BUFFER
IC8302 AV/SW
3
Cin
Chroma
Decoder
(CXA2123)
Y
8
IC8310
7
6 YIN
4
Y
Yin
Y
17.28MHz
Y
IC501
C2 1
1
36 DC OUT
3 Y1
1 LP OUT
C2 43
C2 44
CV OUT 6
R IN 1
TO SBX3005-11
Y IN 1
C IN 4
54MHz
35 U SUB OUT
Clamp pluse
IC8314
64Mbit SDRAM
16Mbit SDRAM
47 U MAIN OUT
27 CVBS OUT TEXT
2
IC8311
AND GATE
39 C3
IC802
IC602
44 V MAIN OUT
42 V PULSE MAIN OUT
IC8308
SUBCOLOR DECODER
AND GATE
B3
CN8304
Q8308
BUFFER
BUFFER
BUFFER
BUFFER
Component In
CN8301
TO H2 BOARD
CN1934
– 75 –
– 76 –
– 77 –
– 78 –
IC2004
3D COMB FILTER
CN2001
COMP V IN
Y OUT
C OUT
J BOARD TO
IC8313
RESET
S DAT
S CLK
C IN
CV
1
3
5
6
9
10
15
CV
LPF
Q2018, 2019, FL2004
Y
IC2003
MEMORY
CV
BUFF
Q2014
88 AYI
2 36
BUFF
Q2011, 2013, 2015
C
BPF
Q2012, 2016, FL2003
76 CSI
MIO0 13
96 ACI
MIO15 28
IO1
5 39
7 31
IO16
10 34
LPF
Q2004, 2005, 2008
Q2010, FL2002
Y
Y
16
84 AYO
1
– 79 –
BPF
Q2003, 2006, 2007
Q2009, FL2001
C
83 ACO
MA0
C
19
22
MA8
60 SDA
+5V
1
BUFF
Q2002
0
+3.3V
47 FSC0
50 FSC1
A8
99
57 RSTB
59 SCL
IC2005
+3.3V REG
AO
9
26
MWE
MRAS
MOE
MZAS
XI
13 WE
11
98
14 RAS
12
27 OE
10
28 U CAS
30
29 L CAS
X2001
20MHz
XO 31
BC4 (Y/C SEP AUTOWIDE)
RM-916
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
CN5401
CN5402
2 QP-
– 80 –
TO D1 BOARD
CN6104
TO E BOARD
CN4502
QP(+) 3
3 QP+
QP(-1) 4
4 QP+
VM 9
Q5400, 5401
VM AMP
Q5402
Q5403
Q5404
Q5405
BUFFER
Q5406
Q5407
VMOUT
7 VM
8 VM
TO NECK ASSY
1 QP-
KV-ES29M90
VM (VM DRIVE)
6-2. FRAME SCHEMETIC DIAGRAMS
TO SBX3005-11
4
GND
5
AC ON/OFF
7
NC
8
NC
9
7
8
NC
9
NC
135V
135V 5
6
N.C.
NC 6
7 12V
7
N.C.
NC 7
8 IK
8
SDA2
9
SCL
SCL 9
10
DF–SW
11
N.C.
DF–SW 10
NC 11
12
12V
13
AFC PULSE
14
HP1
15
EX PARA
16
10.5V
17
N/S
18
10.5V
10.5V 18
19
GND
GND 19
20
–15V
–15V 20
21
GND
22
5V
GND 21
5V 22
12V 12
AFC PULSE 13
HP1 14
EX PARA 15
10.5V 16
N/S 17
6.5V
24
6.5V
6.5V 23
6.5V 24
25
GND
GND 25
26
GND
GND 26
27
GND
GND 27
28
DF DRIVE
29
FOCUS
30
H LIN
31
VM
32
GND
33
V SAW+
34
GND
35
V COMP+
36
15V PULSE
37
V SAW–
38
GND
39
V COMP–
40
HP2
41
VFB2
HP2 40
VFB2 41
135V 1
NC 2
42
GND
GND 42
43
GND
GND 43
QP (+) 3
NC 4
44
H-CENT
45
GND
46
H-SAW
CN6104
8P
:S-MICRO
GND 7
V SAW+ 33
GND 34
V COMP+ 35
15V PULSE 36
V SAW– 37
GND 38
V COMP– 39
CN6608
3P
1
+17V
2
GND (AUDIO)
3
CN6606
7P
CN6805
1P
-17V
ABL1 49
PROT 50
+6.5V
+6.5V
5
3
GND
GND
6
4
GND
5
+10.5V
6
GND
7
+10.5V
8
GND
GND
9
7
+30V
+30V 10
1
GND
1
SCA 2
SDA
1
2
SCL 2
SCL
2
3
+12V
+12V
3
4
GND
GND
4
5
GND
GND
5
6
GND
GND
6
7
AFC PULSE
FLYBACK PULSE
7
8
GND
GND
8
9
EXTRA PARA
EXTRA PARABOLA
9
10 HD2
14 X-RAY
19 VSAW–
VERTICAL SAW– 19
– 81 –
8
(Y/C SEP AUTOWIDE)
1 LP IN
5 GND
4 RN IN
3 RP IN
2 LN IN
6 GND
1
3
7 +3.3V-D
9 CLK
8 +3.3V-D
10 DAT
12 +6.5V OUT
11 CS
16 TV L OUT
14 TV R OUT
13 +6.5V OUT
15 GND
18 GND
17 CVBS 1 OUT
19 GND
21 GND
20 CVBS 2 OUT
22 GND
25 DSP ALIVE
24 SCL
23 SDA
4
LP OUT 1
RP OUT 3
LN OUT 2
GND 5
RN OUT 4
GND 6
+3.3V IN 7
CLK 9
DAT 10
+3.3V IN 8
+6.5V IN 12
CS 11
GND 15
TV L IN 16
TV R IN 14
+6.5V IN 13
GND 18
CVBS 1 IN 17
GND 19
GND 21
CVBS 2 IN 20
SDA 23
GND 22
DSP ALIVE 25
SCL 24
CVBS OUT (TEXT) 27
GND 26
+10.5V IN 28
28 +10.5V OUT
27 CVBS OUT (TEXT)
26 GND
29 +10.5V OUT
30 COMB RESET
31 H-PULSE SUB OUT
33 GND
32 V-PULSE SUB OUT
36 GND
35 U SUB IN
34 V SUB IN
38 Y SUB IN
37 GND
42 V-PULSE MAIN IN
41 H-PULSE MAIN IN
40 GND
39 GND
45 GND
44 V MAIN IN
43 GND
2
11 APCN
10 NT/PAL
8 GND
9 FSC
5 GND
6 CV OUT
7 9V
3 GND
4 C IN
1 Y IN
2 5V
14 GND
15 C OUT
10 SCL
11 +9V
12 GND
13 +5V
8 NC
9 SDA
6 RESET
7 NC
5 C IN
2 GND
3 Y IN
4 GND
1 CV OUT
1
+10.5V IN 29
COMB RESET 30
H-PULSE SUB OUT 31
GND 33
V-PULSE SUB OUT 32
GND 36
U SUB OUT 35
V SUB OUT 34
GND 39
Y SUB OUT 38
GND 37
V-PULSE MAIN OUT 42
H-PULSE MAIN OUT 41
GND 40
GND 45
V MAIN OUT 44
GND 43
GND 48
BC4
CN502
50P
:BTOB
PORT 2 B17
U SUB IN A18
PORT 1 B18
Y SUB IN A19
B23 GND
A24 V-PULSE M OUT
GND B23
VP-IN A24
B24 GND
A25 H-PULSE M OUT
B25 GND
GND B24
HP-IN A25
GND B25
1 GND
2 +5V
GND 1
+5V 2
9
VERTICAL SAW– 10
GND 11
12 V DEFL
13 R100
VERTICAL DEF 12
R100 13
14 VPROT
15 ABL-CTR
VERTICAL PROTECT 14
ABL-CTR 15
H3
F1
A
VM
H2
B3
A1
E
H1
DH
D1
F2
CN1100
4P
WHT
CN1140
40P
:BTOB
TEXT RED 23
GND 24
TEXT GREEN 25
GND 26
TEXT BLUE 27
GND 28
TEXT BLK 29
GND 30
SCL 31
32 SDA2
SDA 32
33 9V
34 SCP
+9V 33
SCP 34
35 GND
36 Y100
GND 35
Y-100 OUT 36
37 U100
38 GND
U-100 OUT 37
GND 38
39 V100
40 DPIC SW
V-100 OUT 39
DPIC SW 40
B OUT 5
6
7 G IN
8
G OUT 7
8
9 R IN
R OUT 9
10
10
GND 11
GND 12
11 GND
12 GND
GND 13
SCL 14
CVBS IN 15
SDA 16
17 V SYNC TEST
18 GND
V SYNC TEXT 17
GND 18
19 H SYNC TEXT
20 +9V
H SYNC TEXT 19
+9V 20
CN1801
20P
:BTOB
LED R 1
BLUE OUT 21
BLANKING OUT 22
CN1190
7P
WHT
:S-MICRO
CN1138
4P
BLACK
:S-MICRO
LED G 2
20 RED
21 BLUE
5 B IN
6
15 CVBS IN
16 SDA
X-RAY 16
B100 17
GND 18
GREEN OUT 19
RED OUT 20
FS OUT 3
4
13 GND
14 SCL
D
TO BUS CONTROLLER
CN3802
6P
BLK
:S-MICRO
DH
(MAGNETIC FIELD
CORRECTION)
– 82 –
Note:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
• All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise noted.
• All resistors are in ohms.
kΩ = 1000Ω, MΩ = 1000kΩ
• Indication of resistance which does not have rating electrical
power is as follows.
Pitch: 5 mm
Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)
•
: nonflammable resistor.
•
¢
: internal component.
•
: panel designation or adjustment for repair.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B
unless otherwise noted.
• Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
no mark : PAL
(
) : SECAM
[
] : NTSC 3.58
: NTSC 4.43
• Readings are taken with a 10 MΩ digital multimeter.
• Voltage are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise
noted.
• Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
• All voltages are in V.
•
: Cannot be measured.
✻
• Circled numbers are waveform references.
•
: B + bus.
•
: B – bus.
•
: signal path.
÷
«
CN1980
3P
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
LED 2
LED 1
18 GND
19 GREEN
CN1118
20P
:BTOB
STBY+5V
8
11 VM
+9V A16
V-PULSE SUB IN B16
V SUB IN A17
CN1901
5P
WHT
:S-MICRO
* V Board not used this model
1
VM
CN5401
8P
:BTOB
7
10 V SAW–
11 GND
16 XRAY
17 B100
CN4101
40P
:BTOB
+12V
VERTICAL SAW+
HD2
STBY +5V 3
V SAW+
HD2
6
GND 5
+12V
8
5
SIRCS 4
7
FPD
DYNAMIC FOCUS
2
7
A16 +9V
B16 VP SUB OUT
3 FS IN
4
SIRCS
D FOCUS
4
GND
FPD
6
3
HD1
5
5
FLYBACK PULSE
GND 6
HD1
2
KEY 1 IN 7
AFC PULSE
4
1
HORIZONTAL
10.5V 4
3
EXTRA PARABOLA
6.5V 3
H DEFL
GND 2
EXTRA PARABOLA
2
4
6
VM
C
E1
BC4
J
6-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
1
3
GND
10 GND
NS ROT 20
1
5
H-PULSE SUB IN A15
GND B15
GND B22
V-IN A23
VERTICAL-PROT 18
29 TEXT BLK
30 GND
31 SCL2
CN4502
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
+3.3V A14
5V B14
A15 H-PULSE SUB OUT
B15 GND
B22 GND
A23 V-MAIN OUT
VERTICAL SAW1 17
27 TEXT BLUE
28 GND
VM 3
A14 +3.3V
B14 +5V
GND B21
U-IN A22
18 VPROT
25 TEXT GREEN
26 GND
9V/12V 1
GND 2
+2.5V B13
GND B20
Y-IN A21
KEY 1 OUT
4
9 9V/12V
B13 +2.5V
B21 GND
A22 U-MAIN OUT
NC
GND
QP+
GND
7 GND
8 9V
SCL B12
+5V DIGITAL A13
B20 GND
A21 Y-MAIN OUT
3
3
GND B11
SDA A12
B12 SCL
A13 +5V DIGITAL
X-RAY 14
2
2
B11 GND
A12 SDA
GND 12
HD1 13
VM MODULATION 16
6-3. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
GND B10
RESET 100 A11
GND B19
GND A20
DYNAMIC FOCUS 15
S1931
AUTO
PRESET
GND B9
B19 GND
A20 GND
DEGAUSS 11
R
DPIC SW A10
A18 U SUB OUT
B18 GND
A19 Y SUB OUT
CN1162
20P
L
J1933
V100-OUT A9
A17 V SUB OUT
B17 GND
11V
NC
QP+
HD2 10
17 VSAW+
24 GND
5 QP (–)
6 NC
CN1108
50P
:BTOB
CN6802
50P
:BTOB
22 BLK
23 TEXT RED
3 QP (+)
4 NC
TRAP 46
GND
V
U100-OUT A8
GND B8
B10 GND
A11 RESET 100
6
1
VM
QP–
(VM DRIVE)
VM
U MAIN OUT 47
1
12 GND
13 HD1
E
1 135V
2 NC
E
46 TRAP
CN6817
1P
J1932
Y 100 OUT A7
GND B7
A10 DPIC SW
GND
7V
Q.P.+
GND B5
HP 100 OUT A6
VP 100 OUT B6
B9 GND
DEGAUSS
Q.P.–
GND 49
(MAIN-MICON, TUVIF, AUDIO AMP)
11 DEGAUSS
(RGB OUT, DEFLECTION)
CN5402
11P
WHT
:S-MICRO
Y MAIN OUT 50
GND
CN4500
9P
BLK
:S-MICRO
VM
9 SCL
A
1
CN4800
10P
YEL
:S-MICRO
GND 9
10 GND
CN6809
1P
+12V 7
IK 8
NECK ASSY
8 SDA
GND
9
B OUT 5
GND 6
7 GND
1
R OUT 1
GND 2
G OUT 3
GND 4
B5 GND
A6 HP 100 IN
B8 GND
A9 V100 IN
5
4
MID-BUSY B4
FPD A5
B7 GND
A8 U100 IN
4
HD CLAMP
B4 MID-BUSY
A5 FPD
B6 VP 100 IN
A7 Y 100 IN
L. C. MUTE 1
3
CN1160
10P
N/S (E)
HD IN
GND B3
GND A4
2
2
2
GND A3
B3 GND
A4 GND
4
3
1
GND B1
GND A2
GND B2
TO LCC
9V
GND
GND A1
B1 GND
A3 GND
CN6808
1P
CN6800
20P
A1 GND
3
N/S (B)
(
CN1932
6P
WHT
:S-MICRO
-17V
10 PROT 1
(
8 5V
9 ABL 1
E1
H OUT
PROTECTION
4 CPC
5 HP2
4
GND HP 1
4 R SP
3 AUDIO GND
2 AUDIO GND
A2 GND
B2 GND
+6.5V
15 FOCUS
6 HP1
7 GND
HD CLAMP
3 –15V
3
1 PROT 1
HD IN
R HP 3
L HP 2
6 L HP
5 GND HP
2
+6.5V
20 N/S
2 REF
2
8 AU GND
7 R HP
+17V
GND
H-SAW 46
ABL1
PROT
PULL UP 6
HP MUTE 5
AU GND 4
GND (AUDIO)
1
GND 45
49
KEY 2 11
GND 12
1
1
16 VM
1
GND 10
CN6807
1P
H-CENT 44
9V 47
M PIN 48
GND 10
2 KEY2 IN
3 GND
1 L SP
CN4901
4P
RED
:S-MICRO
9V
CN1193
10P
WHT
:S-MICRO
TO SPEAKER
PROT 1 10
ABL 1 9
GND 32
47 9V
48 M PIN
50
HP1 6
GND 7
5V 8
CP CNTL 4
HP2 5
REF 2
–15V 3
PROT 1 1
CN6101
10P
:S-MICRO
VM 31
1 GND
10 PULL UP
9 HP MUTE
CN1161
10P
1
9V 8
S IN 8
C IN 9
J1931
(TELETEXT)
CN6100
50P
:BTOB
C IN 15
GND 6
CV IN 7
CN1195
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
B100 7
CY– 3
CN6102
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
E 14
9 C IN
CN1934
12P
RED
R IN 1 :S-MICRO
GND 2
DF DRIVE 28
FOCUS 29
H LIN 30
5V 13
8 S IN
L IN 3
GND 4
Y IN 5
CN1180
50P
:BTOB
R100 6
CY+ 1
NC 2
9V 11
E 12
7 CV IN
(This model not using)
D1
CN1116
1P
:FASTEN
SCL 4
ROT+ 3
S CLK 10
5 Y IN
6 GND
GND
SCP 5
CY COIL
CY COIL
SDA2 8
23
ROT– 1
2
10 GND
2
4 GND
*V
E
QP (–) 5
NC 6
GND
2
6
OVERCURRENTPORT
6
(DF, DQP, DRIVE)
TO NECK ASSY
OVERVOLTAGE PORT
OVERCURRENTPORT
NC 2
N.C.
CN6103
3P
BLK
:S-MICRO
QP
OVERVOLTAGE PORT
N.C.
9
QP
5
3
5
3
4
2
135V
2
GND
PROT
CN6605
10P
GND
STANDBY
AC ON/OFF
1
PROT 1
+5V STANDBY
1
AC IN
CN1601 2P
:VH
(AC LINE
FILTER)
CN1604
1P
:TAB
3 L IN
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
STANDBY
AC IN
F1
Y IN 7
MN/NT 8
S DAT 9
H2
GND
3
2 E
NC 3
135V 4
1
RESET 6
1 R IN
2 GND
(AV OUTPUT, PRESET KEY, PHONE OUT)
+5V STANDBY
2
1
CN8301
9P
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
E 4
C OUT 5
B3
FOCUS
1
1 R DRV
4
3
4
CN9007
1P
3 G DRV
CN9001
4 E
9P
5 B DRV
BLK
:S-MICRO 6 E
2
AC OUT
SDA 3
CN9005
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
H1 4
G2
FOCUS
G2
AC OUT
AC IN
GND 1
C
B 3
CN9007
1P
AC IN
2
B INT 2
(CRT DRIVE)
R 2
1
47 U MAIN IN
4
H1
F2
48 GND
E
2
50 Y MAIN IN
3
1
GND 1
NC
2
200V
NC
1
AC OUT
49 GND
1
GND 3
AC OUT
CN1602 2P
:VH
(AC SW)
(POWER SUPPLY DEFLECTION, HV)
E
1 CN9004
1P
:TAB
1
D
E
CN9002
4P
WHT
:S-MICRO
CN6804
4P
:S-MICRO
CN1651 4P
WHT:VH
1 GND
CN1652 5P
WHT:VH
200V 1
N.C. 2
J
(YCT, COMB FILTER, VIDEO/AUDIO-IN/OUT)
1 AC IN
H+ 1
GND 10
CN9003
1P
:TAB
6 6.5V
1 DGC
2 N.C.
1 DGC CHK
2 DGC CHK
3 DGC
2 N.C.
5 CS
9
3 N.C.
4 DAT
SCL
CN6801
6P
3 CLK
8
H- 3
H+ 2
2 3.3V
SDA
H- 4
CN8101
10P
CN8303
CN8304
50P
:BTOB
1 GND
7
9 COAXIAL SIG
6
4 N.C.
8 DSP ALIVE
5
CN6604
5P
:VH
CN8201
#
:WHT
:S-MICRO
10 COAXIAL GND
CS
6.5V
GND
V- 5
7 L-SW
4
5 AC IN
6 R-SW
DAT
V+ 6
5 A GND
3
4 RN
2
CLK
CN8200
#
:WHT
:S-MICRO
CN6603
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
CN6602
2P
:MINI
3 RP
3.3V
CN8302
2 LN
1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
1 LP
A1
GND
CV
1V
KR
1L
G1
1R
HV G4
V.DY
V2
9
E 2
L2
COAXIAL SIG
COAXIAL GND 10
H.DY V.DY
R2
H
H.DY
V3
8
L3
DSP ALIVE
R3
7
V
6
L-SW
CN8100
10P
L
R-SW
J8302
Y OUT 3
R
5
J8303
J8301
Y
A GND
KB KG
J8304
B-Y
PB
4
J8305
3P
PR
R-Y
3
RN
J8307
2P
L
2
COMP V IN 1
NC
R
G2
LN
RP
CN2001
DY
1
(AUDIO DSP)
LP
H3
H1
TOP KEY
(LED, SIRCS
RECEIVER)
– 83 –
»
Reference information
RESISTOR
: RN
: RC
: FPRD
: FUSE
: RS
: RB
: RW
:*
COIL
: LF-8L
CAPACITOR : TA
: PS
: PP
: PT
: MPS
: MPP
: ALB
: ALT
: ALR
METAL FILM
SOLID
NONFLAMMABLE CARBON
NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT
NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
MICRO INDUCTOR
TANTALUM
STYROL
POLYPROPYLENE
MYLAR
METALIZED POLYESTER
METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
BIPOLAR
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH RIPPLE
Note: The component identified by shading and
mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with
part number specified.
– 84 –
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
A
1
– A Board (Component Side) –
A BOARD IC2603 PQICG2032FZ
A BOARD WAVEFORMS
2
3
4
5
V IN 1
5.0Vp-p (V)
4.0Vp-p (V)
0.2Vp-p (V)
0.2Vp-p (V)
6
7
8
9
2.9Vp-p (H)
ON/OFF
4
O ADJ
+
2.3Vp-p (H)
–
12
4.8Vp-p (H)
5
ON/OFF
CIRCUIT
Vo CONTROL
CIRCUIT
4.9Vp-p (V)
OSSCILATOR
11
2.6Vp-p (H)
V out
SOFT START
CIRCUIT
5.1Vp-p (H)
2
0.2Vp-p (V)
10
PWM COMP.
5.0Vp-p (V)
[MAIN-MICON, TUVIF, AUDIO AMP]
Q
R
S
F/F
ERROR AMP.
–
OVER CURRENT
DETECT CIRCUIT
+
VREF
THERMAL
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
3
COM
•
•
8-BIT TIMER 1
HS0
2
PRESCALER/
TIME-BASE TIMER
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
WATCHDOG TIMER
32kHz
TIMER/COUNTER
HSYNC COUNTER 0
2
BUS
INTERFACE UNIT
6
PC0 ~ PC5*
2
PC6 ~ PC7*
8
PD0 ~ PD7
2
PE0 ~ PE1
2
PE2 ~ PE3
3
PE4 ~ PE6
4
V OUT ADJUSTMENT PIN
3
8-BIT PWM 8CH
(6CH)
14-BIT PWM 1CH
A BOARD (Component Side)
8
5
PF0 ~ PF7
PG3 ~ PG6*, PG7
IC
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC1201
IC1203
IC1204
IC1205
IC2200
IC2600
IC2601
IC2603
IC2604
A BOARD (Conductor Side)
TRANSISTOR
B-9
C-8
A-8
E-13
F-13
B-13
F-12
E-12
E-8
G-10
F-9
F-8
Q1201
Q1206
Q1209
Q1210
Q1205
D-12
D-13
D-13
D-13
E-13
DIODE
D1208
D1209
E-13
D-11
IC
IC100
IC901
IC1203
IC1204
IC2600
IC2601
IC2603
IC2604
DIODE
G-10
I-13
G-1
B-1
E-7
F-4
F-5
F-6
D300
D301
D302
D1205
D2200
D2201
A-9
B-9
B-6
F-1
E-3
D-3
TRANSISTOR
Q101
Q301
Q313
Q902
Q2200
Q2201
Q3300
G-11
D-4
D-4
I-13
D-3
E-4
F-11
– 85 –
PWM
PWM0 ~ PMW7
(PWM0 ~ PMW5)
ADJ
SCL1
SCL0
SDA1
8 (6)
SDA0
HSYNC COUNTER 1
PB0 ~ PB7
DC OUT (Vo)
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
PA0 ~ PA7
8
2
2
I 2C
HS1
PORT B
RAM
2496 BYTES
PORT D
TO
RAM
96K/120K BYTES
PORT E
8-BIT TIMER/
COUNTER 0
8
ON/OFF CONTROL (Vc) 5
PORT C
SERIAL INTERFACE
UNIT
EC
XLC
EXLC
R
G
B
I
YS
YM
HSYNC
VSYNC
FIFO
CLOCK GENERATOR
/SYSTEM CONTROL
PORT F
REMOCON
SPC700α11
CPU CORE
PORT G
SI
SO
SCK
A/D CONVERTER
6CH
– A Board (Conductor Side) –
DC IN (V IN) 1
PORT A
INT0
INT1
INT2
RMC
INTERRUPT CONTROLLER
AN0 ~ AN5 6
A BOARD IC2604 PQ5EV3
TEX
TX
EXTAL
XTAL
RST
VDD
VSS
A BOARD IC001 CXP750096-012Q
:Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
:Pattern from the rear side.
– 86 –
– 87 –
– 88 –
(1) Schematic Diagram of A Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
R SP
AUDIO GND
AUDIO GND
L SP
4
3
2
1
L HP
GND HP
0.47
0.1W
B:CHIP
R2603
2.2k
:RN-CP
1.2
R2604
2.2k
:RN-CP
3
+3.3V
-19
-19
-VCC
-VCC
VREG
VCC
-8.0
19
5.9
19
-0
MODE
VCC
-VCC
-19
IN
-0.3 (0)
2.4 (0)
GND
FREQ
-15.9
BOOT
F/C
AUDIO(R)
5
6
7
8
(SXE)
C1282
0.1
B:CHIP
FB1206
1.1UH
-17V
0
6.9
R1266
1k
:CHIP
C1278
#
CH:CHIP
5.9
R1276
22k
:CHIP
9
10
11
13
Q1207
2SC2712-YG
MUTING
-19
-VCC
14
-VCC
-19
VCC
VREG
12
C1216
2200mF
25V
Q1206
2SC2712-YG
MUTING
R1247
33k
:CHIP
19
-8.0
5.8
MODE
0
R1205
47k
:CHIP
0
0
D1208
MA111-(K8).S0
5.9
15
-0
R1206
47k
:CHIP
PS1203
2.7A
PS1201
2.7A
C1215
470
C1259
0.1
B:CHIP
C1262
0.001mF
CH:CHIP
C1217
2200mF
25V
D1209
MA111-(K8).SO
STBY MUTE
+9V
+9V
R1260
150
:CHIP
C1270
680p
B:CHIP
C1261
#
B:CHIP
R1281
150
:CHIP
C1274
1000p
CH:CHIP
C1221
100
16V
R1270
47k
:CHIP
Q1209
2SC2712-YG
PROTECTOR
9.0
30
SCP
34
GND
35
Y-100 OUT
36
U-100 OUT
37
JB(12)
SDA
JR2601
0
40
V SUB OUT
GND
A18
U SUB OUT
B18
GND
A19
Y SUB OUT
B19
GND
A20
GND
B20
GND
A21
Y MAIN OUT
B21
GND
A22
U MAIN OUT
B22
GND
+9V
SCP
JB(11)
9
JB(10)
BE(1)
BE(2)
10
A23
V MAIN OUT
B23
GND
L.C.MUTE
R050
#
:CHIP
R049
#
:CHIP
R067
10k
:CHIP
C018
0.01
B:CHIP
C019
0.01
B:CHIP
JB(9)
G LSP
1.0
A24
V-PULSE M OUT
B24
GND
A25
B25
R061
100
:CHIP
R095
1k
:CHIP
51
GND
220
R035
R074
1.8k
:CHIP
4.9
R082
470
:CHIP
R058
0
:CHIP
C024
10p
:CHIP
2.2k
R023
100
:CHIP
B(OSD)
CVBS2
Q1210
2SC2712-YG
PROTECTOR
SP PROT
SP MUTE
STBY MUTE
AFT2
4.9
3
4.9
IC003
M24C08-MN6T
EEPROM(A0-A7)
SCL
SDA
WC
R106
#
:CHIP
JR105
#
:CHIP
1
TU101
FSS BTF-WG442
JR109
#
L OUT
R OUT
R3362
100
:CHIP
JR1302
#
:CHIP
JR1301
0
:CHIP
NC
R101
SDA
100
:CHIP
SDA
R102
100
NC
FMONO
R104
#
:CHIP
NC
MODE
R100
#
:CHIP
PLL-SW
MSPR
DET OUT
ST
SCL
:CHIP
SCL
NC
NC
NC(RESET)
PLL-SW
JR107
0
:CHIP
5V
NC
R114
#
:CHIP
R115
#
:CHIP
JR102
0
:CHIP
DET OUT
5V
C3330
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
TV
NC
C3331
100
16V
NC
R105
0
:CHIP
NC
NC
NC
B
R018
680
:CHIP
R092
220
:CHIP
1
G(OSD)
NC
GND
NC
L3303
7
2
6
3
5
R090
100
:CHIP
C3338
470p
B:CHIP
5V
IC004
M24C04-MN6T
EEPROM(A8-AB)
C3336
100
16V
AFT OUT
9V
RF AGC
R110
560
:CHIP
CVBS1
+9V
R3320
1k
:CHIP
4
R3323
100
:CHIP
+9V
100
C107
470p
B:CHIP
C104
100
16V
L105
SCL
SDA
+9V
5V
L3305
L102
30V
+30V
L3306
+5V
C108
100
16V
C101
#
R111
100
:CHIP
:CHIP
L3304
+5V
AS
SDA
R112
SCL
100
:CHIP
SCL
5V
+5V
+9V
9V
VIF
RF AGC
R109
470
:CHIP
RV100
#
C103
0.1
B:CHIP
Q101
2SA1037AK
BUFFER
AS
SDA
R3334
R103
#
:CHIP
AGC
C3302
#
SCL
GND
L101
VIF
SDA
D004
MA111-(K8).SO
OSD(G) SW
C106
#
:CHIP
AFT OUT
G
R038
680
:CHIP
NC
C3337
#
:CHIP
L103
30V
+30V
L104
D001
MA111-(K8).SO
MUTE
D302
MA111-(K8).SO
MUTING SW
D301
MA111-(K8).SO
VOLTAGE SHIFT
0
C3352
470p
B:CHIP
Q313
2SC2712
MUTE
Q301
2SA1037
MUTE
R302
47k
:CHIP
C3350
470p
B:CHIP
C114
47
C109
470p
B:CHIP
C113
47
C110
470p
B:CHIP
C112
100
16V
C1227
#
(
)
MAIN MICON,TUVIF,
LN IN
LP IN
2
1
LN IN
LP IN
RN IN
RP IN
3
RP IN
AUDIO AMP
3CLK
3DAT
3CS
+6.5V
AUDIO(R)
TV R
AUDIO(L)
TV L
C3354
47
B-SSS10133-HK.-A..-ES29
C1228
#
CVBS1
C3351
470p
B:CHIP
9V
+9V
C111
470p
B:CHIP
C326
10
CVBS2
C3353
100
16V
C3355
47
11.8
0
SDA
DSP
SCL
CVBST
4
D005
MA111-(K8).SO
OSD(R)SW
R303
47k
:CHIP
COMB
JB(1)
JB(3)
JB(4)
JB(5)
JB(6)
JB(7)
JB(9)
JB(10)
L3302
C1300
#
16V
4
GND 5
RN IN
7
+3.3V-D
GND 6
8
+3.3V-D
DAT 10
CLK 9
12
+6.5V OUT
CS 11
13
+6.5V OUT
TV R OUT 14
GND 15
17
16
TV L OUT
GND 18
CVBS 1 OUT
20
GND 19
CVBS 2 OUT
GND 21
GND 22
SDA 23
25
SCL 24
DSP ALIVE
27
GND 26
28
+10.5V OUT
CVBS OUT (TEXT)
30
29
+10.5V OUT
31
H-PULSE SUB OUT
COMB RESET
32
V-PULSE SUB OUT
34
V SUB IN
GND 33
35
U SUB IN
GND36
GND37
38
GND 39
Y SUB IN
41
H-PULSE MAIN IN
GND40
42
GND43
V-PULSE MAIN IN
44
GND 45
47
TRAP 46
GND 48
V MAIN IN
TO J BOARD
CN8304
U MAIN IN
50
– 90 –
CN1180
50P
:BTOB
GND 49
CN1100
7P
WHT
Y MAIN IN
7
B 100
R118
TV
TO BUS CONTROLLER
– 89 –
JB(11)
:CHIP
100
JB(12)
B 100
:CHIP
6
R 100
R116
R117
100
SCP
:CHIP
100
R 100
:CHIP
100
SCL
:CHIP
100
R039
SCP 5
SCL 4
SDA 3
R041
SDA
:CHIP
100
INT
2
GND 1
B INT
2
1
GND
Y100
CN1196
4P
WHT
4
O
Q007
2SA1037AK
R-Y100 BUFFER
3
R064
100
:CHIP
R097
100
:CHIP
R099
100
:CHIP
B-Y100
Q006
2SA1037AK
B-Y100 BUFFER
R-Y100
BE(3)
R043
BE(2)
R063
100
:CHIP
GND
R098
100
:CHIP
4.9
4.9
JR002
0
:CHIP
BE(1)
Q005
2SA1037AK
Y 100 BUFFER
VCC
E0
-0
E1
-0
E2
-0
GND
-0
Q001
2SA1037
0SD(INTENSITY)SW
R055
0 :CHIP
R065
680
:CHIP
2
D100
MA111-(K8).SO
9V
8
C015
10p
:CHIP
:CHIP
C012
10p
:CHIP
3
YS
D003
MA111-(K8).SO
OSD(B) SW
0
R020
2.2k
:CHIP
Q3300
2SA1037
AMPLIFIER
R091
100
:CHIP
0
R022
:CHIP
R021
2
WC
50
49
48
47
46
42
R075
1.8k
:CHIP
3
C301
1000
16V
R096
1k
:CHIP
R081
100
:CHIP
R3374
0
:CHIP
C017
CH:CHIP
Q002
2SC2712-YG
YS-BUFFER
0
-0(0)
D317
MA111-(K8).SO
ST-BY MUTE
+10.5V
N
R088
1k
:CHIP
4.9
68p
0
R080
3.9k
:CHIP
0
C1301
100
16V
NC
:CHIP
0
R016
1.8k
:CHIP
D300
MA111-(K8).SO
STBY MUTE
H-PULSE M OUT
12
+9V
45
44
43
D014
MA111-(K8).SO
VOLTAGE SHIFT
4.8
52
53
54
55
56
57
59
58
AUDIO PROTECTION
0.8
NC
0
ABL-CTR
0
LED1
0
LED2
0
NS ROT
R089
61
60
AC ON/OFF
(-0) (0)
L.C.MUTE
-0 (0)
R062
1k
:CHIP
3.9k
R073
1.8k
:CHIP
11
JB(7)
BE(3)
:CHIP
1
SCL
LED2
LED1
:CHIP
1k
1k :CHIP
R053
62
C020
0.01
B:CHIP
D002
MA111-(K8).SO
OSD(YS)SW
D006
MA111-(K8).SO
OSD(YM)SW
2.5
+10.5V
BE(4)
L SP
AC ON/OFF
DEGAUSS
JB(7)
:CHIP
:CHIP
220
220
R040
R059
B-INT
FB005
VP SUB OUT
B17
63
FB004
CH:CHIP
SDA
:CHIP
G
1
0
NC
5
GND
220
B
6
E2
+9V
R046
L003
47p
VCC
C010
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
GND
A17
0
(4.9)
I
7
E0
:CHIP
GND
JR001
0
:CHIP
8
E1
220
4
:CHIP
38
39
R036
:CHIP
FL001
EMI
C013
0.01
B:CHIP
11.8
33
INT
220
8
SCL
31
AFT2
R037
4.7
5
YS
0
C005
220p
B:CHIP
C004
220p
B:CHIP
3
L1300
AFT1
TV
47
EMI
C016
R024
YM
R005
100
:CHIP
GND
SDA
RV3300
1k
+3.3V-DIGITAL
BLKT
29
+3.3V
:CHIP
ATT
STBY MUTE
JB(6)
28
AFT1
:CHIP
100
:CHIP
C014
4.9
2.6 (0)
NOISE DETECT
5.4
AGC MONITOR
0
(2)
AFT1
5.0 (2.2)
AFT2
1k
R004
100
:CHIP
SDA
R015
SP MUTE
BT
27
#
R034
R017
-0.2
JB(5)
26
4.9
4.5
XLC
KEY1
:CHIP
JB(4)
GT
25
C003
:CHIP
AGC
H-PULSE SUB OUT
EXLC
1k
B16
#
C011 R072
100
#
:CHIP :CHIP
:CHIP
2
TV L
NC
:CHIP
BST +B
TV R
R OUT
R3304
#
:CHIP
-0
KEY2
5.0
KEY1
+5V
VDD
2
EXTAL
:CHIP
:CHIP
100
R301
470k :CHIP
100
R071
VSS
41
R042
:CHIP
100
R076
C032
0.01
B:CHIP
40
0
R077
0.8 (1.1)
39
R045
4.7k
:CHIP
X001
CSA20.00MXZ040
100
R014
4.9
0.8 (1.1)
IC001
CXP750096-012Q
MAIN CONTROLLER
R3300
560
:CHIP
MODE
:CHIP
0
0
38
C009
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
:CHIP
100
R078
37
R044
4.7k
:CHIP
ATT SW
R027
JB(3)
ST-BY
FB003
SDA1
100
R079
R
RT
ATT SW
ATT
SCL
36
:CHIP
1
1k :CHIP
A16
+9V
V SYNC
4.9
RESET
-0
VSS
2.4
XTAL
2.3
0.3
SDA0
(4.9)
H SYNC
0
R007
#
:CHIP
OUT
SUB OUT
IC100
S-80743AL-A7-S
MSP-RESET
L OUT
SCL
4.9
35
:CHIP
SDA1
34
220
0
L002
MAIN
C1302
0.1
B:CHIP
TU3301
FSS BTF-LG436
C006
0.1
B:CHIP
C008
#
B:CHIP
4.5
SCL0
33
220
:CHIP
R011
4.7k
:CHIP
R010
4.7k
:CHIP
R013
4.7k
:CHIP
0
MODE
R(OSD)
+2.5V
R070
C028
0.022
B:CHIP
0
OVP
1k :CHIP
B13
R033
220
(0)
R029
+5V DIGITAL
FB002
R028
YS
24
+9V
DPIC SW
A13
B15
23
32
GND
SCL
A15
B
21
SDA
V-100 OUT
B12
SCK
:CHIP
:CHIP
C007
100
16V
R012
4.7k
:CHIP
R009
#
:CHIP
12
SCL
SDA
ANT IN
FB1300
0
:CHIP
R008
4.7k
:CHIP
4.3
MSPR
JB(1)
R
B(TELETEXT)
GND
A12
B14
G(TELETEXT)
TEXT BLK
GND
R031
VP100
+5V
RESET 100
B11
A14
G(OSD) G
R(TELETEXT)
GND
GND
:CHIP
+3.3V-DIGITAL
18
22
TEXT BLUE
0
+2.5V
B(OSD)
GND
R057
+5V
R(OSD)
GND
B10
1k
:CHIP
SCL
DE(13)
17
20
TEXT GREEN
DPIC SW
220
R052
OCP
4.9
SO
FB001
:CHIP
1k :CHIP
16
RED OUT
TEXT RED
A10
R026
:CHIP
KEY2
19
BLANKING OUT
GND
:CHIP
15
GREEN OUT
BLUE OUT
B9
OVP
HP100
R048
10k
:CHIP
1k
220
220
GND
V 100 IN
R051
R025
R019
GND
0
OCP
3DAT
0
R006
X-RAY
R056
SDA
DE(9)
A9
4.9
B-INT READY
-0
0
0
R069
4.7k
:CHIP
ST
PROTECT
ABL-CTR
14
DE(12)
C021
0.01
B:CHIP
4.8
DSP
VERTICAL
13
GND
A11
JL001
#
3CLK
B8
.BLK05A5
+5V
1k :CHIP
VM MODULATION
RESET 100
U 100 IN
+5V
R032
VP100
12
GND
A8
:PT
NS ROT
R002
220
:CHIP
C002
#
:CHIP
R066
1k
:CHIP
RESET 100
11
B7
C030
1
R068
10k
:CHIP
3CS
BE(3)
DE(10)
Y 100 IN
+9V
L005
:CHIP
DE(15)
VS
VERTICAL DEF
BE(4)
7
A7
20
C031
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
220
9
DE(8)
VP 100 IN
+9V
R094
10k
:CHIP
SP PROT
C001
#
:CHIP
R054
+12V
7
HP 100 IN
B6
H SYNC TEXT
R093
10k
:CHIP
R001
220
:CHIP
R003
#
MID-B
BE(2)
A6
19
# :CHIP
GND
DE(7)
GND
GND
R047
220
:CHIP
+5V
FMONO
6
10
VERTICAL SAW -
BE(1)
B5
V SYNC TEST
18
3
R030
HD2
DE(6)
5
8
VERTICAL SAW +
VP100
FPD
17
2
COMB
+12V
4
HP100
A5
+9V
1
14
FPD
DYNAMIC FOCUS
HP100
DE(3)
MID-BUSY
SDA
:CHIP
3
HD1
HS
2
GND
B4
16
0
16
HORIZONTAL
FLYBACK PULSE
DE(4)
A4
CVBS IN
220
1
EXTRA PARABOLA
GND
SCL
15
R060
CN4101
B3
GND
14
ST-BY
4.4
DEGAUSS
TO E BOARD
GND
13
-0
22 COMB RESET
-4.9 (0)
23 F MONO
0
24 MID-BUSY
0.1
25 RESET 100
0
26 CHIP SEL
4.9 (0)
27 DSP ALIVE
0.6
28 TRAP
0
29 ST
2.3 (0)
30 MSP RESET(SAP)
4.9
31 MUTE
0
32 R
-0(0)
MID-B
SDA
HP100
A3
#
R1273
4.7k
:CHIP
CP1300
SpLITTER RF
C1280
#
CH:CHIP
L001
21
6
GND
GND
64
CN1140
40P
:BTOB
GND
B2
12
V
VP100
A2
C1269
C1272
100
25V
C1279
2200p
CH:CHIP
R1252
10k
:CHIP
+9V
SIRCS
0.3
H50
NS ROT
GND
C1268
0.47mF
50V
IC002
S-80743AL-A7-S
RESET
-0(0)
20
B1
GND
20
DE(10)
11
SIRCS
19
CVBST
GND
R1251
#
:FPRD
L1205
R1269
100
:CHIP
1
FB006
VERTICAL SAW-
SCL
DE(9)
A1
C1267
0.001
B:CHIP
C1266
#
R086
10k
:CHIP
FB007
18
DE(8)
R1277
4.7k
:CHIP
-0
R1267
15k
:CHIP
R1275
22k
:CHIP
+5V
TO B3 BOARD
CN1108
DE(12)
C034
220p
CH:CHIP
R085
4.7k
:RN-CP
FB008
VERTICAL-PROT
DE(7)
+5V
R IN
+5V
17
9
10
CN1108
50P
:BTOB
1
16
VERITCAL SAW1
RT
DE(6)
DE(13)
R084
1k
:CHIP
2
VM MODULATION
G IN
8
3
15
7
DEGAUSS
R087
220
:CHIP
4
DYNAMIC FOCUS
NS ROT
GT
DE(15)
Q003
2SC2712-YG
BLANKING
5
14
R083
1k
:CHIP
B IN
6
6
13
5
DE(4)
C1298
1
:MPS
Q004
2SC2712-YG
BLANKING
C033
0.1
B:CHIP
7
12
HD1
X-RAY
BT
11
GND
+5V
17
H
10
FS IN
18
HD2
DEGAUSS
+5V
3
4
8
9
2
19
GND
EXTRA PARABOLA
+5V
BLKT
DE(3)
8
7
9.0
0
0
C1265
0.1
B:CHIP
L1203
9
6
GND
10
5
GND
1
R1246
12k
:RN-CP
C1264
100p
CH:CHIP
11
GND
FLYBACK PULSE
CN1801
12
4
TO V BOARD
13
GND
SCL
+12V
15
3
STBY +5V
2
-0
9.0
CN1118
#
+5V ST-BY
SCL
+12V
SDA
4.9 (0)
1
C1275
680p
B:CHIP
C1220
2.2
R1271
1k
:CHIP
R1272
1k
:CHIP
9.0
4.9 (0)
SDA
R/G/B(TELETEXT)
C1263
0.0047
B:CHIP
FB1207
1.1UH
R1245
#
:CHIP
CN6800
Q1211
2SA1037
PROTECTOR
0
+9V
TO D BOARD
M
4
AU GND
C1248
2200
R1239
5.6k
:CHIP
(ASF)
CN1162
20P
L
3
C1258
0.1
B:CHIP
R1265
470
:CHIP
C1260
0.47
16V
B:CHIP
F
K
2
C1273
0.1mF
CH:CHIP
L
J
9.9
C1247
0.1mF
CH:CHIP
1
C2611
220
16V
C1244
2200
(SXE)
AUDIO(R)
4
C1281
0.1
B:CHIP
AUDIO(L)
5
2
0
G
NC
OUT
C1243
0.1
B:CHIP
+2.5V
3.3
1
0
FB1205
1.1UH
Q1205
DTC144EKA-T146
MUTE
0
IN
3.3
0
C1241
0.1
B:CHIP
PS1204
2.7A
IC1204
TDA7481
L-AMP
0
C1271
680p
B:CHIP
C1257
#
:PT
C1255
0.001
B:CHIP
0
R1240
33k
:CHIP
0
+9V
2.4
+30V
C1277
2200p
CH:CHIP
R1244
10k
:CHIP
C1256
0.47mF
50V
-VCC
+10.5V
C2610
0.1
:CHIP
I
C1254
1
:MPS
+3.3V
GND 9
FB1208
1.1UH
C1250
#
B:CHIP
C1297
1
:MPS
R1243
#
:FPRD
L1204
C1226
#
:CHIP
+9V
C2208
B/D
L SP
L1202
R1261
150
:CHIP
R1238
22k
:CHIP
C1253
0.1
B:CHIP
C1219
2.2
C1252
100p
CH:CHIP
C1276
680p
B:CHIP
C1245
0.1
B:CHIP
R1236
12k
:RN-CP
R1235
#
:CHIP
PS1202
2.7A
D1205
RD9.1SB
PROTECTOR
B:CHIP
-8.0
G RSP
G LSP
R SP
6.3V
2.2
C2204
C1249
0.001mF
CH:CHIP
R1286
10k
:CHIP
15
R1280
150
:CHIP
R1237
33k
:CHIP
R SP
0.1W
14
+17V
C1251
0.0047
B:CHIP
C2209
100
0.47
13
C1242
0.1mF
CH:CHIP
19
R1259
10k
:CHIP
R1264
470
:CHIP
L
R C2207
12
G RSP
R1258
12k
:CHIP
5
R HP
F:CHIP
4.7
C2203
:CHIP
4.7k
-0
-0
4.4
IC2200
NJM4560M
SUB-HP-AMP
Q2200
DTC144EKA-T146
MUTE4
R2213
47k
:CHIP
C1209
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
R1283
0
:CHIP
R2209
680k
:CHIP
:CHIP
R1203
18k
:CHIP
C2205
2.2
6.3V
F:CHIP
47k
R1285
#
:CHIP
R2208
9.0
4.5
4.4
4.5
C2206
10
D2201
RD9.1SB
PROTECT
1
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
4.5
12
B:CHIP
4.5
11
C1295
#
:CHIP
C1293
#
:CHIP
IC1205
L-UB
6
AU GND
8
7
PULL UP
HP MUTE
10
9
LN IN
LN
C1289
100p
CH:CHIP
R-
R+
GND
4.5
4.5
4.5
L+
4.5
L-
2
C1201
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
R2212
10k
:CHIP
C1246
0.47
16V
B:CHIP
R
OUT
8
C1296
#
:CHIP
C1203
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
L1201
R2210
47k
:CHIP
11
+3.3V
GND 7
10
R1256
10k
:CHIP
R2211
10k
:CHIP
R1204
18k
:CHIP
DIFFERENTIAL AMP
R1257
100
:CHIP
IC2604
PQ5EV3
+2.5V REG
+3.3V
4.5
16V
4.5
R1254
12k
:CHIP
B:CHIP
R2215
47k
:CHIP
10
(ASF)
-19
GND 6
LIN
4
9
AUDIO(L)
+6.5V
5
BI(L)
0.47
3
8
GND
4
+6.5V
NC
25V
C1212
6.3V
B:CHIP
C1211
0.033mF
25V B:CHIP
2.2mF
C1210
2
R
F/C
+6.5V
0.037mF
1
L
AUDIO(R)
7
FREQ
-17V
LO(L)
AUDIO(L)
6
-16
3
:CHIP
:CHIP
5
IC1203
TDA7481
R-AMP
C1214
470
9.9
-17V
220
220
0
4
BOOT
2
C2606
0.068
25V
B:CHIP
C2605
470
10V
R1279
R1278
3
NC
+17V
AU GND
ROUT
L
2
B/D
1
4
R1253
4.7k
:CHIP
R2602
910
:RN-CP
BO(L)
LOUT
C1213
+3.3V
C2608
1000
6.3V
IC2603
PQ1CG2032FZ
+3.3V REG
NC
SDA
1
-8.0
R2600
4.7k
:CHIP
BI(R)
SCL
:CHIP
5
R
0
VCC
0
TO D BOARD
CN6606
C1286
100
16V
BO(R)
LO(R)
0
C1202
4.5
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
R1284
0
:CHIP
6
C1283
2200p
CH:CHIP
R2214
1.2
C2609
470
6.3V
R2601
1.5k
:RN-CP
R1255
12k
:CHIP
0
7
C1284
2200p
CH:CHIP
Q2201
DTC144EKA-T146
MUTE5
3
D2600
D5S4M
3
RIN
4.5
C1294
#
:CHIP
8
R2206
680k
:CHIP
SP MUTE
C2614
470
10V
C2607
#
:CHIP
CH:CHIP
220
AUDIO(L)
4
2
TRE(R)
:CHIP
R2207
4.7k
:CHIP
4.4
L-UB
5
2
1
TRE(L)
4.5
DGND
R-UB
1
L2602
GND
0
R1282
#
:CHIP
SDA
9V
-0
5
0
C1292
100p
CH:CHIP
3.3
L2601
6
C1291
100p
CH:CHIP
+5V
CN1160
10P
DIP PIN
L2600
7
C1290
100p
CH:CHIP
1.4
6.8
R1250
3.9k
:CHIP
C1285
100
16V
+3.3V-DIGITAL
L2603
LO
IC2601
BA05T
+5V REG
0
RO
VDD
-0
220
R1201
CH:CHIP
C1204
50V
0.0022mF
C2603
100
16V
0
C1206
22
SCL
CREF
4.5
C1205
50V
0.0022mF
(MUSE)
+5V
O
C1208
100
16V
3
R-UB
+5V
5.0
I
C1288
100p
CH:CHIP
R1202
4
6.8
R1248
12k
:CHIP
R1249
100
:CHIP
8
+30V
LP IN
RN IN
RN
C1207
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
R2205
10k
:CHIP
C2201
10
4.5
G
+10.5V
RP
LN
LP
RP
RN
C2616
#
:CHIP
+6.5V
E
LP
LED R
1
LED1
R1242
10k
:CHIP
C2202
10
5
9
10
C2615
#
:CHIP
C2602
100
16V
D2200
RD9.1SB
PROTECT
C2200
10
R2204
10k
:CHIP
R2203
68
:CHIP
R2202
4.7k
:CHIP
IC1201
TDA7315D013TR
TONE CTRL
OCP
8
NC
GND(AUDIO)
RP IN
STBY +5V
OVP
R2200
68
:CHIP
+
-
6
7
GND
+17V
R2201
4.7k
:CHIP
7
6
R1241
10k
:CHIP
AC ON/OFF
0
D
+
-
LED2
GND
LED G
3
2
STBY +5V
GND
SIRCS
4
5
GND
SIRCS
KEY1 IN
7
STBY +5V
6
GND
3
GND
GND
GND
KEY2 IN
KEY2
GND
+6.5V
+10.5V
C1225
2.2
6.3V
B:CHIP
8
C
C1223
2.2
6.3V
B:CHIP
9
NC
D013
RD5.6SB3
PROTECTOR
C1224
2.2
6.3V
B:CHIP
10
PROT.
0
C2601
0.1
:CHIP
C2613
100
25V
TO H2 BOARD CN1932
C1222
2.2
6.3V
B:CHIP
4.5
OVER CURRENT
C2612
100
25V
TO H3(CN1980)
4
5
PROT.
ST-BY
3
+9V
O
G
C2600
0.1
:CHIP
TO H1(CN1901)/
CN1193
10P
WHT
:S-MICRO
AUDIO(R)
GND
AC ON/OFF
OVER VOLTAGE
I
+10.5V
D012
MA111-TX
PROTECTOR
CN1190
7P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C1287
100p
CH:CHIP
ST-BY
+5V ST-BY
2
CN1934
TO H2 BOARD
D008
MA111-TX
PROTECTOR
9.0
12.2
1
GND
1
10.5V
CN6605
+5V STANDBY
2
6.5V
3
4
D007
RD5.6SB3
PROTECTOR
L.C.MUTE
B
L.C.MUTE
IC2600
BA09T
+9V REG
TO D BOARD
CN1195
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
KEY1
CN1161
10P
DIP PIN
GND
TO MAGNETIC COIL
1
CN1138
#
2
TO SPEAKER
A
– 91 –
– 92 –
GND
CN1116
1P
:FASTEN
TO F1 BOARD
CN1604
29
30
(2) Schematic Diagram of D Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
CN6607
#
L6601
C6614
0.0047
500V
E
TO F2 BOARD
C6619
0.0047
500V
C6623
#
C6633
47
D6612
U05G
PROTECT
JW6606
#
3
2
1
-20.2
CN6602
2P
:MINI
D6603
2SA1175-HFE
R6607
680k
:RN
R6613
680k
:RN
R6619
470k
:CHIP
R6612
120k
:RN
R6606
75k
:RN
+12V
17.9
R6650
:RN
330k
16k
R6652
R6623
33k
:RN
C6640
470p
1kV
:HR
C6639
IC6602
R6629
75k
:RN
4.7
#
C6676
REF.REGULATOR
D6601
1SS119-25
C6626
0.0082
R6651
2.4k
C6631
10
4
R6646
10k
:CHIP
R6655
10k
:CHIP
R6649
4.7k
:CHIP
-84.6
PH6601
ON3171-R
-85.2
+5V STANDBY
2
GND
3
STANDBY
4
GND
6
AC ON/OFF
OVERVOLTAGE
PROT
OVERCURRENT
PROT
NC
8
.BLK0080
9
10
NC
GND
CN6605
10P
WHT
:S-MICRO
270
R6691
470k
1/2W
+6.5V
TO A BOARD
0
R6690
10k
0
CN1161
D6636
1SS119-25
OCP SW
R6682
820
C6656
0.1
R6680
0.27
2W
C6665
10
HV
5
R6823
3.3k
2W
:RS
8.8
6.7
0
R6826
2.7k
2W
R6819
2.2k
.BLK0631
6.7
R6818
470k :RN
R6817
#
R6830
10k
1/2W
:FPRD
C6820
470p
B
R6828
1k
0
C6824
#
500V
B
Q6805
2SD774-34
H DRIVE 1
L6800
IC6801
LM393N
DY-PROT
R6814
2.2k
:CHIP
6.7
C6817
47
C6829
100pF
2kV
R6836
10
3W
:RS
3
C6846
0.18mF
250V
C6835
680p
1.5k
:PP
R6839
100
:FPRD
23.3
13.8
C6833
0.0047
100V
:PP
.BLK0630
.BLK0633
.BLK0632
C6828
0.001mF
200V
R6833
1M
:RN
R6832
220k
:RN
R6884
100k
R6838
47k
:RN
C6841
0.12
250V
:PP
D6809
GP08D
PULS-RECT
6
3
0
R6879
#
0
Q6813
2PD601A-Q-TX
H-SAW
Q6814
2SA1037
H-SAW
C6813
0.001
B:CHIP
R6815
6.2k
:RN-CP
R6886
4.7k
:RN-CP
C6872
1000p
CH:CHIP
R6881
22k
D6812
RD15ESB1
PROT
Q6809
2SK2251
M PIN OUT
5V
+135V
R6896
47k
:CHIP
+200V
0.6
R6894
680k
:CHIP
C6874
0.1
:PT
R6892
100k
:CHIP
0
C6866
330p
500V
B
0
R6875
1k
1
GND
1
GND
1
GND
CN6807
1P
TAB
CN6808
1P
TAB
CN6809
1P
TAB
CN6818
1P
CN6815
1P
1
GND
CN6617
1P
TAB
134
R6893
33k
:CHIP
Q6815
2SA1776TV2Q
DF ON/OFF SW
C6875
47
16V
0
0.6
Q6817
2PD601A-Q-TX
INVER
0
C6876
0.01
B:CHIP
0
O
G
IC6806
#
C6864
0.0022
630V
:PP
C6865
0.022
400V
:PP
R6903
10k
3.0
I
D6822
#
R6890
150k
:CHIP
R6872
150k
1/2W
R6866
3.3k
CN6805
1P
TAB
135
0
R6897
100k
:CHIP
R6860
10k
R6858
27k
R6889
150k
:CHIP
C6862
0.022
200V
:PP
GND
C6867
0.47
100V
:MPS
R6842
10k
CN6817
1P
R6891
6.8k
:CHIP
1
Q6818
DTC144EKA-T146
DF-PROT
VC
.BLK058F
C6869
#
(
)
POWER SUPPLY,
DEFLECTION HV
R6898
JW(5MM)
-15V
+12V
R6841
1.8k
1W
:RS
D6814
RGP02-20EL-6394
G2 RECT
5
TO D1 BOARD
CN6100
3
1
2
4
H1
CN6810
1P
:TAB
GND
.BLK05BA
.BLK03A2
.BLK03A3
.BLK058D
.BLK04EB
N.C
1
CN6802
50P
:BTOB
G2
1
PROT
2
NC
4
3
NC
135V
5
6
NC
135V
7
NC
8
SDA
9
SCL
10
11
NC
DF-SW
12
12V
13
AFC PULSE
15
14
HP1
EX PARA
16
17
N/S
10.5V
18
19
GND
10.5V
21
20
-15V
22
5V
GND
23
24
6.5V
6.5V
25
GND
26
27
GND
GND
28
29
FOCUS
DF DRIVE
31
32
30
H LIN
VM
GND
33
34
GND
V SAW+
36
35
V COMP+
37
38
GND
V SAW-
39
40
HP2
42
41
VFB2
44
43
GND
GND
15V PALSE
TO DY
CN1162
V COMP-
TO A BOARD
H-CENT
46
45
GND
H-SAW
47
9V
48
49
ABL1
CN6801
6P
M PIN
50
2
1
H+
PROT
3
H-
H+
5
4
V-
H-
6
1
SDA
CN6800
20P
C6882
0.0047
2k
B
.BLK0017
200V
8
7
V+
2
SCL
4
3
GND
+12V
5
GND
7
6
GND
AFC PALSE
8
9
10
HD2
GND
11
DEGAUSS
EXTRA PARA
13
12
GND
R6895
100k
:CHIP
R6857
22
CN6816
1P
27k
0
-15V
+9V
HD1
C6877
10
C6849
0.1
B:CHIP
R6856
330k
Q6816
2SD774-34
DF 0N/OFF SW1
R6888
47k
:CHIP
5V
14
R6855
R6876
1.5
D6825
DNA202K
CN-PROT
R6843
10k
:CHIP
9
10
X-RAY
R6905
4.7
:FPRD
CN6814
#
R6854
10k
3W
R6873
150k
1/2W
L6807
2.2mH
:LHL08
CN6813
#
R6887
22k
:CHIP
IC6805
BA12T
12V-REG
+10.5V
11
16
.BLK0639
Q6812
2SC3840(3)
DF OUT
-0.7
+135V
4
15
11
C6879
4.7
160V
+9V
+12V
VM
10
R6863
2.2k
1W
:RS
76.8
3
1
6
D6821
ERA38-06
DF DAMP
B-SSS10133-HK.-D..-ES29
5V
FOCUS
C6859
150p
2kV
B
R6859
2.2k
1W
:RS
D6820
ERA38-06
SNUBER
C6870
#
+6.5V
18
D6816
S3L20UF4
+15V RECT
L6808
3.3mmH
:LHL10
2
12
R6851
0.47
1/2W
:FPRD
14.6
G
C6843
0.1
B:CHIP
:LHL08
I
O
C6839
100
16V
L6804
C6856
470
25V
IC6804
BA09T
9V-REG
C6844
0.1
B:CHIP
+9V
+9V
17
+6.5V
T6801
DFT
.BLK0635
SC
8
C6850
0.1
B:CHIP
11.7
C6881
#
:CHIP
C6858
470p
500V
B
R6899
10k
:CHIP
M
VSAW+
C6860
220pF
2kV
B
F
4.BLK0634
R6840
#
12.3
0
C6840
100
16V
+12V
VPROT
G4
6
13
D6824
S3L20UF4
-15V RECT2
I
-0
D6823
1SS119-25
TEMP
R6883
10k
:RN-CP
+9V
R6848
150k
:CHIP
L6805
:LHL08
JW6804
#
C6871
470p
CH:CHIP
D6826
1SS119-25
H-C MUTE
C6815
0.001
B:CHIP
C6880
0.1mF
25V
:CHIP
R6878
330
:RN-CP
C6847
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
5
R6882
30k
R6877
2.2k
:RN-CP
0
R6845
#
R6902
100k
-15V
R6871
47k
:RN-CP
3.5
4
+9V
TH6801
-15V
R6844
100
1/4W
0
8.8
+12V
+9V
Q6822
2SA1037AK
H-C SHIFT
+200V
1.4
G
R6847
2.2k
:CHIP
2.3
R6803
10k
:CHIP
Q6810
IRF1830G
H LIN OUT
2.9
+12V
0.2
D6817
S3L20UF4
-15V RECT1
R6852
0.47
1W
:RS
9
C6845
0.22mF
250V
O
8
1.4
2
5
+135V
C6883
10
7
R6813
1.8
1/2W
:RN
2
R6808
#
R6885
R6806
3.9k
R6810
1.8
1/2W
:RN
C6857
470p
500V
B
C6853
470p
500V
B
R6846
220k
1/2W
4
5
R6816
120k
1/2W
:RN
Q6823
2PD601AR
H-C MUTE
L6803
2.2mmH
C6851
47
160V
0
C6826
330p
500V
B
+135V
:LHL08
0
2
+9V
R6809
#
C6812
0.47
100V
:MPS
C6831
6200pF
1.5kV
Q6807
2SC5480-01
H-OUT
R6834
0.22
3W
:RS
1
6
75.2
+9V
Q6801
IRF620
PONP UP
:RN-CP
C6810
0.1
100V
:MPS
-0.3
C6818
1
T6803
NX-4522
R6849
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
7
-0
R6824
330
L6802
#
C6842
0.47mF
250V
CN6811
1P
T6802
HDT
0
Q6803
2SA1175-HFE
H CENT AMP 2
R6812
3.3k
0
R6811
220
3W
:RS
6.7
6.7
C6884
2.2
10V
B:CHIP
C6848
0.1mF
250V
C6837
680p
1.5k
:PP
.BLK062F
.BLK062E
.BLK062D
7
-15V
+10.5V
4
5
C6827
330p
500V
B
C6821
0.047
200V
:PT
0.2
C6830
#
4
D6813
ELIZ
200V RECT
134
C6822
470p
B
C6832
6800pF
1.5kV
R6837
10
3W
:RS
3
6
R6831
10k
1/2W
:FPRD
C6825
#
500V
B
Q6806
2SD774-34
H DRIVE 2
+9V
Q6804
2SC2785-HFE
H CENT AMP 1
.BLK0585
4.7k
R6904
#
2
L6806
:LHL08
+135V
62.6
-0.3
.BLK0584
10.9
*
.BLK063A
R6853
0.47
1/2W
:FPRD
C6855
33
160V
+10.5V
C6819
1
+135V
T6800
-0.5
C6838
680p
1.5k
:PP
C6836
# :CHIP
6
C6814
2.2
10V
B:CHIP
Q6808
2SC5480-01
PIN-OUT
R6835
0.22
3W
:RS
1
:PP
R6825
330
C6823
0.047
200V
:PT
1
4
C6808
0.22
100V
:MPS
.BLK003B
7
+135V
C6816
0.047
400V
:MPS
-15V
R6850
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
470 25V
T6804
HDT
R6827
3.3k
2W
R6829
1k
0.9
19
1
5
C6668
47
25V
D6637
1SS119
STOPPER
0
CN6618
1P
-17V
+10.5V
*
JW6803
5MM
2
CN6812
1P
R6807
1.5
:FPRD
R6901
18k
:RN-CP
20
CN6616
1P
GND(AUDIO)
3
R6695
#
8.8
N/S
D6631
D4SBL20U
+B RECT
JR6603
0
:CHIP
D6618
MA111-(K8).SO
POWER ON SW
2
7
.BLK007F
R6692
R6683
220k
1/2W
C6854
R6822
5.6k
2W
:RS
L6801
4.7mH
:LHL10
Q6802
IRF720-LF49
H CENT OUT
C6811
330
25V
D6803
S3L20UF4
V-BOOST
R6805
6.8k
:RN
VSAW-
JR6602
#
+5V
C6651
330p
1kV
:HR
C6669
330p
1kV
:HR
+17V
-0
C6652
330
160V
FB6603
D6641
RD6.8ESB2
PROTECT
4.9
Q6609
DTA144ESA
OCP SW
L6604
+10.5V
135
C6868
0.01
B:CHIP
C6804
#
:CHIP
-0.2
10
C6661
47
16V
C6655
1000
25V
C6650
330p
1kV
:HR
C6670
330p
1kV
:HR
CN6615
1P
R6624
100k
:RN-CP
3
C6807
2
C6802
0.01
B:CHIP
14.0
11
R6673
JW(5)
R6672
2.2k
PH6602
ON3171-R
R6710
0.47
5W
L6605
PS6601
JW(5)
CN6614
5A
1P FB6602
D6640
RD30ESB2
30V CLAMP
+5V
C6662
47
16V
D6644
D10SBS4F
10.5V RECT
PS6607
R6658
10k
:CHIP
R6659
10k
:CHIP
R6654
47k
:CHIP
L6607
T6602
-85.0
Q6605
2SC2712-YG
CN6608
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
-17V
C6666
0.01
L6606
C6654
3300
16V
CN6613
1P
12
R6664
#
R6669
1k
+30V
+30V
4.9
1k :RN
R6644
4.7k
:CHIP
-75.0
1P
CN6612
Q6606
2SB733-34
VCC SWITCH
-74.6
-74.8
-78.1
74.6
-75.1
D6615
1SS119-25
PROTECT
-85.0
-78.3
D6610
MA111-(K8).SO
RELAY SW
D6648
RD12ESB1
SPEED UP
Q6602
2SC2785-HFE
-74.8
GND
7
TO A BOARD
PS6603
JW(5)
PS6602
JW(5)
13
R6674
220
C6603
#
-78.7
D6649
MA111-(K8).SO
STOPPER
D6614
RD12ESB1
SPEED UP
D6611
MA111-(K8).SO
STOPPER
R6703
#
C6624
100
16V
R6647
150
1W
:RS
PS6606
5A
+5V
R6696
22k
3W
R6689
4.7
D6633
D10SC4M
6.5V RECT
14
+135V
3
4.0
N
PS6605
5A
CN6610
1P
R6667
470
680p
1.3
REF-VOLT
-0.5
14.1
OUT-PUT
VCC(OUT)
-12.1
13.5
FB-PLS
1.3
VCC
DRIVE-IN
IC6800
STV9379
V-OUT
-15V
L
CN6609
1P
CN6611
1P
R6665
2.2M
1/2W
+10.5V
C6663
0.01
C6658
3300
25V
Q6610
2SC2785-HFE
7
6
8
7
6
3
3
2
1
5
C6616
100p
CH:CHIP
R6640
22k
:CHIP
6.6
D6800
RD7.5ESB2
CLAP
C6664
0.01
C6667
#
CH:CHIP
R6663
0.22
3W
:RS
Q6604
2SA1175-HFE
PS6801
1.6A
D6805
RD15ESB1
CLAP
R6900
18k
:RN-CP
C6620
100p
CH:CHIP
Q6603
2SA1175
7
6
5
4
3
2
C6809
1000p
B
R6880
6.8k
:RN
R6702
68k
:CHIP
C6618
0.01
B:CHIP
C6615
100p
CH:CHIP
-15V
C6806
100
100V
R6800
10k
C6611
1000p
CH:CHIP
R6643
22k
:CHIP
-78.2
D6632
MA111-(K8).SO
LATCH
R6626
100k
:RN-CP
*
0
R6804
3.9k
:CHIP
Q6800
2PD601A-Q-TX
V-SAW
PS6604
JW(5)
L6603
:HR
TO CRT ANODE
C6803
#
:CHIP
C6801
1
IN4+
GND
135
C6805
330
25V
R6801
10k
C6610
100p
CH:CHIP
IN4-
IN3+
D6609
1SS119-25
PROTECT
-85.0
R6627
150k
:RN-CP
OUT4
IC6601
R6869
560k
:CHIP
1
D6801
1SS119-25
CLIP
IN3-
VCC
R6870
2.2k
:CHIP
J
R6625
68k
:RN-CP
+10.5V
6
+10.5V
1
Q6821
2SA1037AK-T146-R
V-PROT MINI
+9V
Q6614
2SA1175-HFE
LATCH
GND
5
+6.5V
:RN-CP
15
C6636
#
GND
4
IC6608
0
1
K
D6634
D4SBS6
AUDIO RECT
C6659
3300
25V
+5V
D6624
D1NS4
NOISE UP
+6.5V
3
1
1kV
1000p
2
+6.5V
0
0
R6802
10k
:RN
1k
+6.5V
+135V
Q6820
2PD601A-Q-TX
0 V-PROT MAX
Q6819
DTC144EKA-T146
INVER
C6800
10
18
R6868
4.7k
:CHIP
0
0
C6878
10
16V
:BP
IN2+
R6867
4.7k
:CHIP
0.1
C6863
10
I
C6606
100p
CH:CHIP
C6605
#
-82.0
+10.5V
8.8
R6821
#
Q6811
DTC144EKA-T146
V-PROT
REF
R6862
22k
:CHIP
0.1
-0
ANODE
GND
5
3
4
R6865
180k
:CHIP
CATHODE
IN2-
OUT3
-85.0
R6603
10k
:RN-CP
-15.3
-0
R6864
22k
:CHIP
D6808
DAN202K
STOPPER2
D6807
RD3.6ESB1
LEVEL-SHIFT
6
1
C6674
330
25V
L6602
C6642
10
D6608
MA111-(K8).SO
PROTECT
D6607
MA111-(K8).SO
STOPPER
R6610
100k
:RN-CP
*(-84.0)
R6604
10k
:RN-CP
VEE
R6861
0
:CHIP
+10.5V
D6806
1SS119-25
STOPPER1
R6820
4.7k
:CHIP
#
R6666
C6643
R6662
3W :RS
0.22
R6620
470k
:RN-CP
R6616
100k
:RN-CP
Q6615
UN2211
:CHIP
IN1+
1
R6687
#
D6651
DTZ-TT11.24B
:CHIP
H
1
3
:RN
R6701
10k
:CHIP
1
C6604
47
R6617
390k
:RN-CP
OUT2
2
R6611
4.7k
:RN-CP
R6602
1k
VCC
D6606
MA111-(K8).SO
STOPPER
IN1-
R6621
10k
:CHIP
R6628
10k
:CHIP
8
1
2
D6604
MA111-(K8).SO
STOPPER
D6602
MA111-(K8).S0
STOPPER
OUT1
C6677
0.022
25V
B:CHIP
CN1160
+5V
+6.5V
Q6601
2SC2785TP-HFE
0
G
2
9
16
10
C6612
R6601
#
0
C6644
#
:PP
F
12.3
7
17
R6633
36k
:RN
R6600
0
:CHIP
D6639
10ELS2N-TA2B5
15V RECT
R6704
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
D6626
UF4005PKG23
BOOST UP
D6645
R6605
120k
:RN
R6668
:CHIP
47
CH:CHIP
1000p
B
C6632
CN6606
7P
WHT
:S-MICRO
R6685
2.2k
C6660
1mF
50V
:RN
0.01
C6627
R6637
56k
:RN
D6643
UF4005PKG23
STOPPER
R6707
2.2k
:RN
330k
R6656
R6634
680k
:RN
R6630
680k
:RN
C6609
1mF
50V
R6618
75k
:RN
R6648
:RN
330k
R6635
680k
:RN
R6631
680k
:RN
134
2
R6614
680k
:RN
0
D6638
#
TO A BOARD
Q6608
2SC2500-B
10
1
DGC CHK
R6608
680k
:RN
C6638
DGC CHK
RY6601
DH12D2-0(M)
C6641
:MPS
0.1
:PP
C6602
0.033
630V
0
Q6611
DTC114ESA
R6681
10k
0
.BLK0077
.BLK054A
.BLK0005
.BLK0549
R6653
1/2W
2.2M
R6636
680k
:RN
R6632
680k
:RN
0
0
+5V
:HR
100V
3
R6615
680k
:RN
R6698
10k
R6693
18k
:RN
C6657
#
0.6
0.01
DGC
E
R6609
680k
C6628
1kV
R6688
1k
:FPRD
R6684
#
C6653
0.0047
R6679
47k
D6625
RD13ESB2
CLAMP
R6661
2
470p
D6635
RD18ESB
OVP SW
19
18
17
C6834
1.5k
N.C
D6630
1SS119-25
STOPPER
R6676
11k
:RN
D6642
1SS119-25
STOPPER
R6697
10k
R6694
120k
:RN
1
2
3
4
*(7.6)
*(-1.8)
-84.9
VS
COM
VB
-78.8
-82.3
-74.6
VC-1
VG(L)
16
15
14
13
VC-2
-85.1
-85.0
12
VOCP
-85.0
OUP
11
COCP
-85.1
.BLK058B
10
9
8
7
-85.1
GND
-83.1
-82.9
-81.3
-83.9
CT
.BLK058C
6
5
4
TO DGC
1
0
Q6607
2SA1175-HFE
4.9
D6629
1SS119-25
STOPPER
TH6601
DGC
-20.5
+5V
R6678
10k
:RN
RT
-82.3
-31.1 (-0)
JW6654
#
JW6655
#
RY6602
DJ12D1-0(M) TV-8
R6500
0.47
10W
:RB
.BLK04ED
.BLK04EA
N.C.
RY6603
DJ12D1-0(M) TV-8
CN6603
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C6646
0.01
0
0
R6699
#
C6671
0.022
630V
SS
1
84.1
AC IN
4.2
IC6605
TL431CLP
AC DETECT
2
R6670
6.8k
:RN
4.0
+5V
IC6603
MCR5152
*(-3.9)
2
SS.RST
3
.BLK00AA
R6622
0.47
10W
:RB
VD
N.C.
N.C.
R6686
8.2M
1W
IC6606
BA05T
4.9
C6675
#
R6641
470k
1/2W
VG(H)
4
.BLK062B
C6621
1200
250V
FB6601
JW(5MM)
N.C.
JW6605
#
R6638
1
15W
FB6604
JW(5MM)
D
5
.BLK062C
IC6604
TOP209
Q6613
DTC114ESA
IC6607
DM-58
+B CONTROL
C6601
100
25V
0
D6620
#
CN1652
AC IN
0
R6675
10k
3
1
4
3
2
1
R6671
1k
:RN
9
1
D6622
UF4005PKG23
SNUBBER
C6645
0.1
-85.1
JW6604
#
C6648
470
25V
R6677
470
0
-85.1
-84.9
D6613
U05G
PROTECT
8
2
5
6
7
8
D6627
D1NL20U-TR
STBY RECT
+17V
C6608
470p
250V
R6657
22
-85.0
JW6603
#
D6605
D4SB60L
AC RECT
C6613
0.0047
500V
E
C6625
0.022
630V
N.C
CN6604
5P
:VH
VD6603
#
R6645
0.1
1/2W
:RF
VD6601
ENE471D-20A
COVP
C6607
470p
250V
R6642
470k
1/2W
C6622
1200
250V
C6629
#
C6637
22p
2kV
-85
R6639
1
15W
(-27.6)
D6650
1SS119-25
STOPPER
C6617
0.0047
500V
E
C
G
-81.7
JW6602
7.5MM
4.9
O
I
7
3
D6621
10ELS2N-TA2B5
18V RECT
C6634
100
.BLK043D
Q6612
DTC114ESA
6
4
2.8
D6623
P6KE200AG23
CLAMP
C6635
100p
+5V
C6649
100
25V
C6647
#
2.8
C6630
22
450V
D6628
10ELS2N-TA2B5
DETECT RECT
5
2.4
D6619
RD12ESB1
18V CLAMP
R6660
:FPRD
134
D6617
U05G
STBY RECT
D6616
U05G
STBY RECT
4.7
10.9
B
TH6603
NTC
JW6601
7.5MM
T6601
SRT
.BLK001D
.BLK0589
.BLK003C
.BLK0026
:R
9.6
C6673
1kV
2200p
:R
-18.6
C6672
1kV
2200p
1
2
PFC IN
PFC OUT
A
CN6804
3P
:MICRO CONNECTOR
TO C BOARD
TO C BOARD
CN9002
CN9007
6
O
H.DY
Schematic diagram
? A
board
H.DY
V.DY
V.DY
Schematic diagram
– 93 –
D
board /
– 94 –
– 95 –
– 96 –
29
30
D BOARD IC6603 MCR5152
VD
I 18 VB
14
–
+
VC-1
R
RESET
S.V.
LEVEL
SHIFT
~
YC-2 11V
TSD
5V
+
–
START
UP
+
–
10V
10V
PULSE
FILTER
~
R
R
S
O
O
21V
50K
19 VS
16 VC (L)
4.7
U.V.
DETECT
13V/BV
0.7Vp-p (H)
28.8Vp-p (H)
3
4
0.9Vp-p (H)
108Vp-p (H)
5
6
21V
50K
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
A
B
COM
2.4Vp-p (H)
222Vp-p
7
8
C
S
5V
5K
52.4Vp-p (H)
OSC
–
+
5V
REFRESH
ON SHEET
D
50K
3.8Vp-p (H)
1.7Vp-p (H)
2K
11
8
VOOP
11
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
VOVP
CT RT ROCP
6.7Vp-p (H)
10
20P
0.2V
+
–
–
+
9
13
–
+
0V/3V
D
4
17
R
7
3
RELAY
DELAY
6
2
15 VC-2
O
VREL/VE–2
LEVEL
SHIFT
1
2
4.7
PULSE
CEN.
T
4V
1
– D Board (Conductor Side) –
2 VG (H)
O
VREL/VE–3
LEVEL
SHIFT
5V
5V
+
–
U.V.
DETECT
D BOARD WAVEFORMS
12
3
5
SS
RESET
10
COOP
GND
7.8Vp-p (H)
E
[POWER SUPPLY, DEFLECTION HV]
– D Board (Component Side) –
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
F
A
G
B
H
C
I
D
J
E
D BOARD (Component Side)
IC
IC6601
IC6602
IC6603
IC6604
IC6605
IC6606
IC6607
IC6800
IC6801
IC6804
IC6805
IC6806
DIODE
D6601
D6605
D6609
D6612
D6613
D6614
D6615
D6616
D6617
D6619
D6620
D6621
D6622
TRANSISTOR D6623
D6624
Q6601 1-8
D6625
Q6602 G-2
D6626
Q6603 H-2
D6627
Q6604 H-1
D6628
Q6606 H-1
D6629
Q6607 D-2
D6630
Q6608 B-1
D6631
Q6609 A-2
D6633
Q6610 A-7
D6634
Q6611 C-2
D6635
Q6612 C-1
D6636
Q6613 A-1
D6637
Q6801 E-7
D6638
Q6802 E-9
D6639
Q6803 D-8
D6640
Q6804 D-8
D6641
F
G
H
I
J
– 97 –
– 98 –
J-2
J-2
G-5
E-1
D-1
C-1
B-1
C-7
C-9
E-8
E-6
G-9
J-8
I-4
H-2
H-5
H-6
H-2
H-2
G-3
G-2
F-3
F-1
F-3
F-2
G-2
G-4
F-6
F-4
E-1
E-2
D-2
D-1
C-5
B-3
E-3
C-1
A-6
A-2
A-1
D-5
A-6
A-3
D6642
D6643
D6644
D6645
D6648
D6650
D6800
D6801
D6803
D6805
D6806
D6807
D6809
D6812
D6813
D6814
D6816
D6817
D6820
D6821
D6822
D6823
D6824
D6826
Q6805
Q6806
Q6807
Q6808
Q6809
Q6810
Q6812
Q6814
Q6815
Q6816
D BOARD (Conductor Side)
A-1
F-5
C-4
G-5
H-2
F-1
B-7
A-7
D-7
E-7
B-7
B-7
D-10
D-9
F-9
F-11
I-9
H-9
H-8
I-9
G-9
C-9
H-10
C-9
B-12
C-12
B-12
E-11
C-10
D-10
H-8
I-1
I-8
I-11
IC
IC6601
IC6602
IC6603
IC6604
IC6605
IC6606
IC6607
IC6800
IC6801
IC6804
IC6805
IC6806
J-12
I-13
F-8
F-13
D-13
C-13
B-13
C-8
B-5
E-6
D-8
F-5
TRANSISTOR
Q6807
Q6808
Q6809
Q6810
Q6811
Q6812
Q6815
Q6816
Q6817
Q6818
Q6819
Q6820
Q6821
Q6822
Q6825
D-2
E-3
C-4
D-5
C-7
H-6
I-7
J-3
J-3
J-3
C-8
B-7
C-7
D-5
C-5
DIODE
Q6601
Q6602
Q6603
Q6604
Q6605
Q6606
Q6607
Q6608
Q6611
Q6612
Q6614
Q6800
Q6801
Q6802
Q6803
Q6804
Q6806
– 99 –
J-6
G-12
H-13
H-13
H-13
H-13
D-13
B-13
C-12
C-13
I-13
B-7
D-7
E-4
D-6
D-6
C-2
D6601
D6602
D6603
D6604
D6605
D6606
D6607
D6608
D6609
D6610
D6611
D6612
D6613
D6614
D6615
D6616
J-6
J-13
J-13
J-12
I-11
I-13
I-12
I-13
H-12
G-13
G-13
H-9
H-9
H-12
H-12
G-11
D6617
D6619
D6620
D6621
D6622
D6624
D6625
D6626
D6627
D6628
D6629
D6630
D6631
D6632
D6634
D6635
D6636
D6637
D6638
D6639
D6640
D6641
D6642
D6643
D6644
D6645
D6648
D6649
D6650
D6800
D6801
D6803
D6805
D6806
G-12
F-11
F-13
G-11
F-13
G-10
F-9
F-10
E-13
E-12
D-13
D-13
B-10
I-13
E-11
C-13
A-8
A-13
A-13
D-9
A-8
A-12
A-13
E-9
C-11
H-9
H-12
G-13
F-13
B-7
A-7
D-7
E-7
B-7
D6807
D6808
D6809
D6812
D6813
D6814
D6816
D6817
D6820
D6821
D6822
D6824
D6825
D6826
B-7
B-8
D-4
D-5
F-5
F-4
I-5
H-5
H-6
I-6
G-5
H-5
B-3
C-5
– 100 –
12
13
(3) Schematic Diagram of D1 Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
A
B
4
CY+
CY3
.BLK04B7
NC
TO RT COIL
2
CN6102
#
1
ROT+
CN6103
3P
BLK
:S-MICRO
3
ROT2
N.C.
135V
2
1
TO VM BOARD
1
N.C.
QP(+)
4
3
N.C.
QP(-)
6
5
9V
GND
8
7
CN6104
8P
WHITE
:S-MICRO
TO DY
.BLK02C7
135V
3
9V
9V
9V
C6352
#
IC6108
MB88141APF-ER
DAC CONT
6.5V
5V
2
VSS1
3
DF PH
VDD1
22
4
H-LIN
SDA
21
5
QP DV
SCL
20
6
GND
H-TRP
MOD
QP PH
CS2
24
1
M-PIN
DF SW
0
6.5V
2.7
R6362
#
C6358
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C6361
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
R6394
6.8k
:CHIP
R6253
#
R6391
1k
:CHIP
R6258
#
C6257
#
18
SDL
VSAW
DVCC
H
CIAMP
REF
VOUT
R6261
#
R6260
#
HD
REFV
HDY
CON
HSAW
VDY
CON
Q6127
#
R6458
47k
:CHIP
D6210
RD5.6ESB1
2
3
4
8
8
6
7
C6203
47
7
6
R6223
0
:CHIP
5
1
2
C6211
10
18
17
16
15
14
13
135V
5V
5V
5.0
3.4
-15V
5V
5V
O
D6253
#
5
G
R6281
#
C6376
47
16V
9V
0
C6377
22
25V
C6378
0.1
B:CHIP
R6272
#
R6277
#
C6261
#
R6267
#
R6283
#
D6255
#
R6285
#
R6268
#
C6263
#
R6273
#
R6286
#
R6287
#
C6264
#
C6262
#
R6266
#
9V
R6162
1k
:CHIP
R6225
56k
:RN-CP
R6216
4.7k
:CHIP
R6214
#
C6209
470p
CH:CHIP
R6215
47k
:CHIP
1.4
8.8
R6168
4.7k
:CHIP
9V
R6150
10k
:RN-CP
C6106
0.047
25V
:CHIP
R6125
2.2k
:CHIP
R6181
220k
:CHIP
3.0
C6116
0.001
CH:CHIP
Q6128
2SC2712-YG
H-SAW
R6177
4.7k
:CHIP
R6179
150k
:CHIP
R6112
75k
Q6108
2SA1037AK
C6127
0.01
B:CHIP
C6120
0.047
25V
B:CHIP
R6141
100k
:RN-CP
R6145
4.7k
C6214
#
R6226
220
:CHIP
47k
N
R6212
2.2k
:CHIP
R6155
47k
:RN-CP
R6211
10k
:CHIP
R6217
10k
:CHIP
C6131
10
50V
:CI
R6146
:RN-CP
R6222
0
:CHIP
R6210
2.2k
:CHIP
R6154
3.9k
C6112
0.022
B:CHIP
V-SAW
N.C.
3
N.C.
4
135V
5
135V
6
N.C.
7
N.C.
R6142
10k
:RN-CP
C6115
470p
B:CHIP
C6124
#
2.8
4.5
0
C6210
0.001
:CHIP
Q6201
2SC2712-YG
H-SAW
R6174
22k
:CHIP
D6133
1SS119-25
H SAW-TEP
-0.7
0.4
8
SDA2
9
SCL
DF SW
11
N.C.
12
12V
13
AFC PULSE
14
HP1
15
EX PARA
16
10.5V
N/S
18
10.5V
19
GND
20
-15V
21
GND
0
R6200
470k
9V
1.3
1.8
3.4
IC6103
LM393N
H.LIN
M.PIN CONP
1.0
R6190
2.2k
:CHIP
Q6125
2SC2712-YG
H LIN AMP1
5V
23
6.5V
24
6.5V
25
GND
26
GND
27
GND
28
DF DRIVE
29
FOCUS
30
H LIN
31
VM
R6144
150k
1.5
0
R6122
0
:CHIP
GND
33
V SAW+
34
GND
35
V COMP+
36
15V PULSE
37
V SAW-
38
GND
39
V COMP-
40
HP2
41
VFB2
42
GND
43
GND
44
H CENT
45
GND
46
H-SAW
0
9V
R6147
#
R6196
0.47
:FPRD
8.8
0
1.4
0
C6121
4.7
0
C6122
47
2.8
8.8
0
3.4
R6170
330
:CHIP
Q6202
2SC2712-YG
H-SAW
22
2
4
C6213
#
PROT
2
32
Q6252
#
R6459
2.2k
:CHIP
R6224
56k
:RN-CP
1
-15V
R6284
#
R6111
#
Q6455
2SC2712-YG
H PUL 2
6
R6221
47k
:RN-CP
VSTAT
AVCC
C6215
#
3
PROT 1
17
5V
5.0
I
0
LPF
8
M
R6282
#
0
0
R6279
#
R6276
#
0
V-SAW
IC6202
C6205
0.01
B:CHIP
5
.BLK02C8
.BLK0475
.BLK0476
10.5V
12.4
8.8
5.2
R6271
#
IC6353
TA7805S
5V-REG
R6457
22k
R6227
220
:CHIP
1
10
1
Q6254
#
8
1
C6260
#
0
C6216
#
REF
10.5V
7
9
R6325
47
:CHIP
0
0.3
4.2
.BLK0473
0
HSTAT
HAGC
R6265
#
1.3
R6110
0
:CHIP
8.8
1.1
-15V
2
.BLK006D
.BLK0016
.BLK04C6
.BLK006F
C6140
1
Q6253
#
D6254
#
R6205
#
6
10
0
R6456
100k
:CHIP
5
IC6201
CA0007AD
V SIZE COMP
C6201
47
C6256
#
9V
11
CP CNTL
3
R6192
0
:CHIP
Q6126
2SA1037AK
H LIN AMP2
47
9V
48
M PIN
49
ABL1
50
PROT
C6125
10
1.3
5
12
HP2
4
CN6100
50P
:BTOB
0
3.7
1
13
HP1
5
R6324
47
:CHIP
0
4.4
2
14
D6201
RD5.6ESB1
-5V-REF
R6158
39k
:CHIP
R6280
#
R6278
#
-
3
L
1.4
-15V
7
6
CN6802
6.5V
9V
R6220
47k
:RN-CP
R6218
180k
:RN-CP
R6270
#
0
11.7
C6212
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C6206
10
GND
TO D BOARD
0
+
4.5
R6180
2.2k :CHIP
R6219
1k
:RN-CP
R6269
#
0
0
C6259
#
0
C6117
0.001
CH:CHIP
-15V
R6157
47k
:CHIP
D6108
1SS119-25
TEMP.CORR
C6207
47
IC6251
#
4
0
0
C6253
#
C6266
#
0
0
R6213
100k
:CHIP
R6209
120k
:CHIP
-3.0
R6156
15k
:CHIP
C6139
1
0
0
C6123
0.001
CH:CHIP
R6208
10k
:RN-CP
R6153
220k
:CHIP
R6160
#
C6208
47
0
0
C6258
#
9V
K
-2.8
-3.0
-3.0
-3.1
-3.4
-15.4
VSIN
0
R6262
#
C6255
#
SCL
R6254
#
Q6203
2PD601AR
ABL INV
R6159
4.7k
R6140
15k
:CHIP
6
9V
R6257
#
V
CIAMP
DGND
17
0.9
-3.0
R6264
#
Q6356
2SC2712-YG
DF.PRE DRIVE
R6201
680
1/2W
:FPRD
8
5V
J
Q6106
2SA1037AK
CONST.C
R6175
27k
:RN-CP
3
R6252
#
C6265
0 #
0
R6263
#
9V
R6326
12k
:RN-CP
R6368
15k
:RN-CP
R6256
#
C6250
#
R6207
3.3k
:RN-CP
5V
7
R6151
1k
:CHIP
R6152
22k
:CHIP
2.6
5V
R6274
#
16
R6251
#
9V
9V
R6132
#
7
0
0
R6386
100k
:RN-CP
C6366
#
R6382
100k
:RN-CP
R6139
10k
:RN-CP
2
0
8
IC6250
#
C6254
#
15
7
Q6405
2SA1037AK
BUTT
8
R6367
12k
:RN-CP
6
R6250
#
14
D6351
DAN202K
CLAP
5
C6362
0.0033
B:CHIP
-15.3
I
R6361
100k
:CHIP
PROT 1
ABL1
8
10.5V
13
+
-
C6356
0.047
25V
B:CHIP
R6379
0
:CHIP
4
R6134
10k
:RN-CP
R6167
#
:CHIP
12
C6365
0.047
25V
B:CHIP
R6138
4.7k
:RN-CP
11
11.7
0
0
R6148
#
10
2.2
1.7
1
+
+
-
R6438
4.7k
:RN
2.9
R6413
10k
:RN-CP
0
C6385
47
25V
C6388
10
C6386
47
25V
0
3.8
.BLK0319
2
3
1
R6416
12k
:RN-CP
4.4
C6381
10
8.8
0
R6178
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
R6433
100k
:CHIP
#
2
-15V
IC6354
CA0005AD
MALUTIPLAY
.BLK0318
9
10
8
R6420
390k
:CHIP
D6106
DINS4
PUMP-UP
:4M
R6259
3
7
4.4
0
3.7
R6442
2.2k
:CHIP
5
10.5V
R6255
#
R6385
0
:CHIP
6
6
-15V
4
0
C6353
100p
CH:CHIP
R6143
5.6k
:RN-CP
D6357
#
R6375
470
:CHIP
5
R6176
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
D6356
#
IC6351
LM393N
DC-CONT
0
R6360
10k
:CHIP
R6350
47k
:CHIP
R6149
56k
:RN-CP
9V
D6355
DAN202K
CLAP
9V
4
R6419
100k
:CHIP
C6380
0.068
:MPS
R6124
12k
:RN-CP
10.5V
-
R6418
470k
:CHIP
PROT
C6355
100p
50V
CH:CHIP
Q6350
2SC2712-YG
BUFF0.4
D6350
DAN202K
CLAP
R6161
33k
:RN-CP
-
7
-15V
H
R6169
10k
:RN-CP
+
.BLK04C7
1
2
3
9V
R6206
220
:CHIP
R6359
100k
:CHIP
R6357
2.2k
:CHIP
R6107
2.2k
:CHIP
Q6250
#
C6351
47
8
8.8
.BLK04B3
C6409
4.7
8
+
D6404
DAN202K
CLAP
Q6105
2SC2712-YG
AMP
0
Q6251
#
C6350
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
PS6101
0.75A
:CFK-I
C6114
47
R6204
2.2k
:CHIP
0
R6113
47k
:CHIP
12.3
D6110
ERA85-009
DQP-H CLAP2
7
9V
R6378
150k :RN
G
6
R6130
10k
:CHIP
C6113
0.0047
630V
:PP
10
3
6.5V
2.0
IC6356
LA6510
N/S-OUT
R6137
1k
:CHIP
5.1
-3.5
R6118
15k
:RN-CP
R6202
3.3k
:CHIP
L6101
10mH
:LHL16
Q6107
2SB734
DQP-H MOJI
D6104
1SS119-25
C6202
47
9
11
L6102
10mH
:LHL13
4.4
1
1
2
5.1
#
3.6
3
C6133
0.47
:MPS
1.0
R6203
15
3W
:RS
C6204
0.01
B:CHIP
10
69
0.8
1.7
-15.3
7.5
R6275
4
5
R6104
4.7k
:CHIP
2
H-SIZE CONT
4.4
0
R6117
1k
:RN-CP
D6102
LM393N
DC CLAP
C6104
22
C6129
10
C6392
47
25V
Q6104
2SC2712-YG
INVERT
11.7
31.4
C6136
0.015
630V
R6136
1k
1/2W
C6138
100
IC6105
LM393N
DQP-CONT
1
0
D6111
#
9
2
R6116
2.2k
:CHIP
5V
0
IC6106
8
3
7
4
8.8
5V
5
R6115
22k
:RN-CP
12.0
R6102
#
5.0
C6128
0.01
B:CHIP
9V
31.5
6
9V
5.0
VCC
QP DC
CN6101
10P
:S-MICRO
5.0
1
9V
F
QP AV
6
C6108
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
Q6103
#
R6126
4.7k
:RN-CP
R6123
1k
:RN-CP
D6103
DINL20U-TR
DQP-SW
C6118
47
16V R6129
2.2
1W
:RS
7
4.3
R6114
10k
:RN-CP
5
R6172
220k
:CHIP
R6109
10k
:CHIP
VDD2
VSS2
2.2
12
4.3
1
4
C6103
10
50
:BP
H-CENT
0
JW6158
#
5
CN4800
135V
8
2
4.4
R6133
18k
:RN-CP
IC6101
CXA1211M
QP-CONT
0
CS0
CP CTR
5.0
R6121
39k
3W
:RS
9
3
5.0
2.1
2.7
3
4
-2.9
2
3
R6128
220k
:RN-CP
R6127
120k
:RN-CP
C6110
#
R6108
10k
:CHIP
5
2.1
5.0
2.6
1
6
2.6
7
2.2
8
4
4.4
9V
2
CS1
QP AC
1.8
JW6157
5MM
R6120
10k
:RN-CP
R6119
3.9k
:RN-CP
0
9V
C6102
2.2
50
:BP
R6103
1k :CHIP
E
1
2.0
TO E BOARD
0
2.1
0
C6101
10
50
:BP
R6101
100
:CHIP
IC6102
LM393N
DQP-CONT
C6105
100
25V
1.7
R6171
470k
:CHIP
D6101
D1NS4
DC CLAP
1.7
5V
-15V
C6107
#
R6106
4.7k
:RN-CP
1.6
D
C6109
47
9V
4.4
4.5
19
0
2.1
IC6104
LA6500-EA
DQP-AMP
R6164
#
5.0
2.2
5V
R6105
4.7k
:RN-CP
R6163
#
0
4
5V
R6165
#
5V
9V
R6166
#
9V
23
5.0
R6135
10k
:CHIP
D6105
RD2.7ESB2
DC SHIFT
0
2.9
7
C
Q6118
2SC2712-YG
H-SAW
R6131
47k
R6195
10k
Q6124
2PD601AR
H-CIN MUTE
D6134
1SS119-25
H-L MUTE
R6173
100k
:CHIP
(DF, DQP DRIVE)
O
B-SSS10133-HK.-D1.-ES29
Schematic diagram
– 101 –
D1
board /
– 102 –
– 103 –
– 104 –
28
29
30
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
D1 BOARD WAVEFORMS
D1 [DF, DQP DRIVE]
1
2
– D1 Board –
– 105 –
80Vp-p (H)
0.5Vp-p
3
4
294Vp-p
8.8Vp-p
5
6
74Vp-p
6.6Vp-p
7
8
280Vp-p
8.5Vp-p
– 106 –
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
C
[CRT DRIVE]
VM
[VM DRIVE]
F1 [AC LINE FILTER]
– C Board –
– VM Board –
– F1 Board –
– 107 –
– 108 –
(4) Schematic Diagrams of C, F1 and VM Boards
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
G2
CN9007
1P
A
1
G4
C9034
#
RV9002
2.2M
1/2W
TO AC CORD
L9001
320
G4
B
3
E
E
E
B DRV
C9008
4p
CH:CHIP
R9070
330
:CHIP
3
4
C9019
0.047
F:CHIP
7
8
F
E
IK
8.7
E
0
VI
3.3
R9072
330
:CHIP
3.3
Q9010
R9020 2SA1037AK-T146-R
#
G DRIVE
R9031
2k
:RN-CP
0
:CHIP
3.7
Q9011
2SA1037AK-T146-R
B DRIVE
H1
8
H2
2
NC
3
E
4
H1
KR
154
R9047
220
1/2W
:RC
R9050
3.9k
1
H ST
KB
KG
159
R
R9001
2.7k
:CHIP
C9015
4p
CH:CHIP
R9035
2.2k
:RN-CP
12V
154
2
3
C9028
0.0047
B:CHIP
NL9003
#
:EL0606
G
D9006
HSS83TD
PROTECT
R9037
0
C9022
0.01
F
C9004
0.0047
2kV
R9057
560k
1/2W
:RC
L9007
#
C9033
22
250V
FB1602
1.1UH
R1601
1M
1
AC OUT
2
AC OUT
CN1602
2P
:VH
D9009
GP08D
PROTECTOR
R9061
100
1/2W
:RC
FB1603
1.1UH
TO A BOARD
CN1116
TO D BOARD CN6804
TO F2 BOARD
CN1651
CN1604
1P
:TAB
L9005
GND
R9059
1k
1/2W
:RC
C1603
4700p
250V
.BLK0040
.BLK002F
.BLK0006
.BLK0030
.BLK0033
.BLK0042
.BLK0043
.BLK0041
CN9003
1P
:TAB
C BOARD WAVEFORMS
TO COATING EARTH
5
6
7
8
VOF
130
VO
160
VF
131
200V
199
IK
0
4
8.6
E
VI
3
R9051
220
1/2W
:RC
9
E
2
3.3
12V
11.6
VB
3.4
VB
1
12V
G
R9041
1k
:CHIP
C9006
4p
CH:CHIP
H
C9011
0.047
250V
G
R9018
2.7k
:CHIP
C9021
10
250V
:HT
C9009
4p
CH:CHIP
JW1608
#
B
1 PAL
R9026
2k
:RN-CP
JW1607
#
JW1604
#
B-SSS10133-HK.-F1.-ES29
1
R9023
0
:CHIP
C1601
0.47
250V
C9018
10
250V
:HT
C9005
4p
CH:CHIP
TO E BOARD
R1603
#
JW1603
#
FB1604
1.1UH
:LHL10
IC9002
TDA6111Q/N4
GREEN-VIDEO-OUT
R9022
#
:CHIP
CN9004
1P
:TAB
T1602
10MH
2
D9010
RD10ESB2
BUFFER
G1-2
GREEN.OUT
G
2
C1602
0.68
250V
CN9002
3P
WHT
MICRO CONNECTOR
R9021
0
:CHIP
CN4500
1
AC IN
L9006
:LHL08
R9030
#
10
11
R9040
JW(5)
9
CN9001
9P
BLK
:S-MICRO
AC IN
1
9
9
12
L9002
3.0
0
7
0
:LHL08
R1602
#
T1601
10MH
2
8
R9036
1k :CHIP
6
IK
7
3.2
5
12V
6
C9012
0.047
250V
E
R
0
(3.9)
0
R9071
330
:CHIP
7
5
R
Q9009
2SA1037AK-T146-R
R DRIVE
3.8
R9086
#
:CHIP
2
4
12V
R9049
2.2k
:CHIP
12V
E
3
1
6
G DRV
2
13
G1-3
RV9001
110M
1/2W
3.0
R9048
2.2k
:CHIP
5
R DRV
VOF
3.3
1
R9088
#
:CHIP
R9091
#
:CHIP
0
VO
155 (154)
11.6
0
VF
136(135)
2
3.2
R9073
2.2k
:CHIP
G1-1
6
CV
C9032
680p
2kV
B
VDR161
(ERZV14D621)
.BLK0012
.BLK0015
.BLK0016
.BLK0018
4
12V
R9087
#
:CHIP
5
1
R9016
#
:CHIP
11.6
11.6
1
Q9004
#
11.6
RED.OUT
C9031
4700
2kV
B
R9056
22k
1/2W
:RC
G2
3
J9001
200V
199
R
Q9003
#
0
Q9005
#
VB
GND
C9046
#
IC9001
TDA6111Q/N4
RED-VIDEO-OUT
3.4
RV9003
#
R9015
#
:CHIP
R9014
#
:CHIP
12V
CN9005
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C9013
#
:CHIP
JW1605
#
FB1601
1.1UH
F1601
T5A
250V
1
200V
.BLK0187
JW1601
#
3
12V
R9089
#
:CHIP
D
CN1601
2P
:VH
JW1606
#
1
C
NL9002
#
JW1602
#
4
R9058
820k
1/2W
:RC
CN1603
1P
:TAB
(AC LINE FILTER)
4
R9055
820k
1/2W
:RC
3
B
C9026
0.047
F:CHIP
1 SECAM/NTSC
2
3
4
123Vp-p (H)
23.2Vp-p (H)
E
R9053
3.9k
CN9006
#
:TAB
L9003
R9045
JW(5)
118Vp-p (H)
118Vp-p (H)
117Vp-p (H)
5
6
7
4.5Vp-p (H)
4.4Vp-p (H)
4.4Vp-p (H)
:EL0606
C9029
0.0047
B:CHIP
R9038
2.2k
:RN-CP
1
D9007
HSS83TD
PROTECT
E
R9043
0
C9003
4p
CH:CHIP
12V
TO COATING
BLUE.OUT
NL9001
:L
8
R9034
5.6k
:RN-CP
C9023
0.01
F
C9027
0.01
F
B
R9042
1k
:CHIP
C9042
330
25V
VOF
143
7
C9016
#
9
R9046
JW(5)
B
R9044
0
C9030
0.0047
B:CHIP
R9052
220
1/2W
:RC
M68LNH070X
R9069
100
1/2W
:RC
C5400
#
Q9001
2SA1037AK-T146-R
BUFFER
0
8.1
R9008
33k
:CHIP
D9002
MA3091
PROTECT
C9024
0.047
F:CHIP
R5401
2.2k
R5404
820
D9008
HSS83TD
PROTECT
R5400
#
R5426
#
(CRT DRIVE)
GND
10
9V/12V
9
9V
8
GND
7
B-SSS10133-HK.-C..-ES29
N.C.
QP(-)
M
JW5407
#
QP(+)
3
N.C.
2
JW5400
#
R5405
JW(5MM)
JW5406
5MM
8.0
R5412
10k
R5406
4.7k
D5400
1SS133T
TEMP-CORR
1
R5411
47
Q5400
2SC3311A-QRSTA
VM AMP
5.0
R5428
#
R5407
33
C5404
#
R5409
220
1.3
D5405
MTZJ-T-77-22
LEV.SHIFT
R5402
680
R5408
100
0.9
0.7
C5410
0.001
:PT
JW5402
5MM
C5415
0.1
200V
:PT
R5419
2.2k
5.5
0
5.0
C5409
2.2
250V
FB5400
#
R5423
470
3W
:RS
R5420
2.2k
D5406
MTZJ-T-77-22
LEV.SHIFT
R5417
18k
C5408
0.01
200V
:PT
C5416
#
FB5401
#
C5411
0.001
:PT
Q5407
2SC5511
VM-OUT
R5418
560
R5427
15
57
134.4
R5421
2.2
:FPRD
C5412
470
16V
R5422
100
:FPRD
N
(Pin 1-7)
TO D1 BOARD
CN6104
(Pin 8-11)
(VM DRIVE)
TO E BOARD
O
CN4502
B-SSS10133-HK.-VM.-ES29
– 109 –
– 110 –
– 111 –
QP-
2
N.C.
3
QP+
4
QP+
5
GND
6
GND
7
VM
8
VM
CN5401
8P
:BTOB
TO NECK ASSY
133.9
C5405
100
16V
CN5402
11P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C5418
33
160V
5.5
Q5401
2SC3311A-QRSTA
VM AMP
1.2
R5416
2.2
:FPRD
C5414
#
1
5.7
Q5404
2SA1309A-QRSTA
BUFFER
2.0
1.9
C5413
100
160V
R5414
18k
0
5
4
135V
C5420
#
6
N.C.
R5424
15
D5404
1SS133T
VOLTAGE DROP
1.4
L
11
Q5406
2SA2005
VM-OUT
C5407
0.01
200V
:PT
C5406
470
6.3V
R9012
1k
:CHIP
VM
8.9
R5410
47
D5403
1SS133T
VOLTAGE DROP
C5403
470
6.3V
R5415
100
1/2W
:FPRD
R5413
560
:FPRD
5.7
D5402
ISS133T
VOLTAGE DROP
C5419
#
Q5403
2SC3311A-QRSTA
BUFFER
8.8
D5401
D1NS4-TR
VOLTAGE DROP
C5402
0.47
:PT
L9004
C9002
4pF
CH:CHIP
Q5402
2SC3311A-QRSTA
BUFFER
5.5
C9020
10
250V
:HT
R9039
2.2k
:RN-CP
R5403
100
1/2W
:FPRD
R5425
47
135V
4.4
R9068
150k
:CHIP
C5401
470
16V
R9054
3.9k
:EL0606
R9013
1k
:CHIP
C5417
#
:LHL08
IC9003
TDA6111Q/N4
BLUE-VIDEO-OUT
Q5405
2SA1309A-QRSTA
6
155
200V
199
8.7
E
IK
5
C9014
0.047
250V
+12V
R9065
6.8k
:CHIP
0
4
VO
3
VF
4(142)
2
E
1
12V
R9006
10k
:CHIP
K
C9025
220
16V
:HT
R9033
12k
:RN-CP
C9010
4p
CH:CHIP
J
PICTURE TUBE
L5400
VI
12V
3.3
C9007
4p
CH:CHIP
12V
R9007
2k
:RN-CP
D9005
MA111-(K8).SO
11.6
R9019
2.7k
:CHIP
5.9
1
VB
E
3.4
I
5.8
EARTH
– 112 –
(5) Schematic Diagram of E Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
A
+12V
L4312
#
:CHIP
+12V
L4310
C4335
100
16V
:CHIP
+12V
+12V
.BLK03E4
+12V
B
100
:CHIP
100
:CHIP
29
33
34
35
R4348
100
:CHIP
C4338
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
:CHIP
0.1
C4370
47
Y100
36
U100
R4331
100
:CHIP
37
9V
38
9V
R4355
1k
:CHIP
R4356
1k
:CHIP
C4380
#
B:CHIP
R4402
#
:CHIP
Q4320
2SA1037AK
BUFFER
R4403
#
:CHIP
#
0
0
Q4318
#
AFC CORE
R4505
:CHIP
40
I
0
Q4321
2SA1037AK
BUFFER
R4332
100
:CHIP
BLK
G(OSD)
1 16V F:CHIP
1 16V F:CHIP
YS/YM2
18
R4404
#
:CHIP
31
C4364
47
C4369
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
:CHIP
C4310
#
:CHIP
3.7
2.5
0.1
C4356
B:CHIP
25V
0.1
C4357
B:CHIP
25V
0.1
C4358
B:CHIP
25V
R
R4372
1k
:CHIP
R4365
:CHIP
100
R4411
10k
#
C4312
#
:CHIP
R4375
1k
:CHIP
30
5
29
G
R4308
0
:CHIP
R4366
:CHIP
100
0
0
28
6
27
26
C4353
0.47
16V
R4367
:CHIP
100
B
Q4307
2SA1037
25
24
0.47
R4363
100
:CHIP
C4354
B:CHIP
16V
23
R4361
3.3M
:CHIP
6.0
21
R4519
100
:CHIP
R4834
2.2k
:RN-CP
Q4804
2SC2712
FF2
R4357
10k
C4301
0.1mF
25V
R4381
2.2M
3
R4846
3.3k
7.7
R4883
#
:CHIP
R4890
#
1
2
Q4310
2SA1037
0
C4315
#
:CHIP
L4307
#
C4379
#
CH:CHIP
D4301
#
C4360
4.7
R4368
#
R4364
#
1.5
0
Q4305
#
0
R4382
10k
:CHIP
C4347
B:CHIP
25V
D4304
DTZ9.1
CLAP
R4316
6.8k
:CHIP
R4370
1k
:CHIP
C4309
0.22
16V
B:CHIP
Q4306
#
D4302
#
C4362
0.01
50V
B:CHIP
R4323
22k
:RN-CP
R4374
100
:CHIP
R4369
100
:CHIP
R100
R4895
10k
:CHIP
R4330
47k
:CHIP
D4807
DAN202K
BIAS
Q4814
2SA1037
BIAS
R4881
0
:CHIP
#
R4329
1k
:RN-CP
Q4301
2SC2712-YG
ABL CONT 1
R4327
47k
:RN-CP
R4324
4.7k
:RN-CP
R4865
470
C4308
1
R4866
47k
:CHIP
R4328
#
:CHIP
D4808
DAN202K
PROTECT
:CHIP
R4877
2.2k
:CHIP
D4809
DAN202K
E/W ABL1
R4867
#
:CHIP
R4869
22k
:RN-CP
R4868
#
Q4816
H.CONP
2SA1037
0
R4325
33k
:RN-CP
D4303
RD3.9ESB2
CLIP
R4879
220k
:CHIP
R4888
#
:CHIP
0.7
Q4302
2SA1037AK
ABL CONT 2
C4825
0.047
25V
B:CHIP
C4831
R4878
150k
#
-15V
:CHIP
IC4803
R4896
#
:CHIP
R4853
1.5k
:CHIP
CPC1
R4854
5.6k
Q4818
2SA1037
PIN BUFF1
C4822
47
16V
7
Q4817
PIN BUFF2
R4874
0
:CHIP
(RGB OUT,DEFLECTION)
R4875
2.2k
:CHIP
-15V
8
CPC2
PROR 1
2
D4804
1SS119-25
CN4800
10P
WHT
CONNECTOR ASSY
O
R4876
#
:CHIP
1
R4852
22k
D4803
1SS119-25
R4873
#
R4855
4.7k
REF
R4847
10k
:CHIP
C4821
47
16V
C4826
#
:CHIP
B-SSS10133-HK.E..-ES29
PROT 1
0
C4832
#
R4851
1.5k
C4820
47
4
R4848
10k
:CHIP
2SC2712
3
R4849
3.3k
R4886
68k
R4885
#
:CHIP
8.9
CPCP
C4819
#
R4850
100k
:CHIP
8
7
-15V
6
5
0.8
6
0
C4818
2.2mF
R4872
2.2k
:CHIP
R4871
#
5
0
3.5
Q4807
2SC2712
FF1
Q4808
2SA1037
H PRE DRIVE1
R4861
2.2k :CHIP
R4882
#
:CHIP
5V
0.8
5
R4315
#
D4305
DTZ9.1
PROTECTOR
C4366
0.01mF
B:CHIP
R4322
#
Q4815
GATE1
2SA1037
D4815
#
D4811
RD2.2ESB2
E/W ABL2
D4812
1SS119
E/W ABL3
R4844
5.6k
CPC-AMP
0
IC4801
LM393N
FF CONP1
R4880
#
10
R4812
0
:CHIP
4
D4801
DAN202K
PROTECT
R4897
:CHIP
0
0.3
2.0
R4811
22k
:RN-CP
R4898
:CHIP
4.2
3.1
22k
3.1
Q4806
2SC2712
FF2
R4892
0
C4810
#
R4829
2.2k
:CHIP
R4845
:RN-CP
100k
C4830
:CHIP
HP1
Q4802
2SC2712
INVER H DRIVE
R4828
2.2k
:CHIP
#
9
N
R4825
10k
:CHIP
R4827
:CHIP
D4802
RD4.7ESB2
0
R4826
2.2k
:CHIP
0.2
0
0
R4843
2.2k
:CHIP
R4835
2.2k
:RN-CP
Q4809
2SA1037
H PRE DRIVE2
R4809
10k
:CHIP
4.4
4
C4809
0.001
CH:CHIP
0
0
R4810
R4807
1k
:CHIP
C4812
47
0 0
C4817
47
6
3.2
R4377
1k
:CHIP
C4350
B:CHIP
25V
0.1
D4806
#
C4824
0.047
B:CHIP
R4887
Q4812
2SA1037
GATE2
ABL 1
7
0.3
4.4
1.6
4.4
C4811
0.01
B:CHIP
R4824
10k
:CHIP
GND
C4367
0.047
B:CHIP
C4351
0.001
B:CHIP
0
Q4811
H.PULS
2SC2712
0
0
0
HP2
8
1
4.4
3
C4808
0.1
:MPS
8.7
2
C4829
#
:CHIP
M
R4842
47k
:RN-CP
R4863
#
:CHIP
2.2
R4864
1.8k
R4860
330
R4870
# :CHIP
Q4805
2SC2712
FF1
R4840
0
:CHIP
R4841
2.2k
:CHIP
R4862
10k
0.7
0
C4823
0.0047
B:CHIP
1.4
8
4.3
R4823
2.2k
:CHIP
IK
9
R4326
68k
:RN-CP
0
0
7
5
0
R4833
47k
:RN-CP
R4837
47k
:RN-CP
R4858
#
R4859
4.7k
5V
6
3
C4816
22pF
:CHIP
4.2
0.2
+12V
8
-15V
4
R4818
2.2k
0
C4807
#
R4857
4.7k
0.7
R4839
8.2k
0.3
0.8
1
2
3.2
R4820
10k
:CHIP
R4821
10k
:CHIP
Q4813
2SA1037
E/W BUFF
C4814
47
8
10
R4899
:CHIP
:CHIP
7
1
R4817
560k
0.8
100k
R4822
2.2k
:CHIP
GND
7
0
R4312
0
:CHIP
C4313
#
:CHIP
C4311
#
:CHIP
R4406
#
:CHIP
0
R4838
100k
:RN-CP
0
C4815
#
12
0
R4806
2.7k
:RN-CP
Q4810
2SC2712
H PULS
11
8
R4815
0.3
4.3
IC4800
LM393N
FF CONP2
R4836
47k
:RN-CP
6
8.9
C4806
470p
CH:CHIP
2
0.001
CH:CHIP
4.4
L
R4832
47k
:RN-CP
D4805
#
2.3
0
0.2
Q4800
2SC2712
H DRIVE1
R4831
3.3k
R4816
10k
:CHIP
R4813
47k
:CHIP
0 C4802
R4856
2.2k
:CHIP
GND
8.9
C4314
#
:CHIP
R4383
18k
:CHIP
R4894
10k
:CHIP
R4808
#
:CHIP
5
0
R4802
10k
:CHIP
IC4802
NJM3404AD
PLL AMP
R4814
100k
0
4
R4804
10k
:CHIP
9
R4819
2.2k :CHIP
4.4
C4813
0.01
B:CHIP
3
R4803
1k
:CHIP 3.2
C4805
10
D4800
DAN202K
DISV-SHARGE
1.6
R4801
1k
:CHIP
Q4801
2SC1623
H DRIVE2
7
C4800
0.1
:MPS
C4801
0.1
:MPS
C4804
47
4.2
C4827
#
:CHIP
C4803
0.01
B:CHIP
2.2
K
C4828
#
:CHIP
6
0
20
19
JR4301
0
:CHIP
C4359
0.0022
B:CHIP
22
R4884
47k
:RN-CP
Q4803
2SC2712
H SIZE SAFT
R4805
2.7k
:RN-CP
R4800
2.2k
:CHIP
B OUT
D4814
DAN202K
CN PROT
Q4822
2SC2712-YG
Q4821
DTC144EKA-T146
GND
5
CN9001
R4311
#
0
Q4308
2SA1037
D4816
1SS119-25
R4412
100k
0
R4409
10k
J
G OUT
4
0
R4310
0
:CHIP
B:CHIP
Q4322
2SA1037AK
BUFFER
R4408
100
C4833
10mF
GND
3
R4333
100
:CHIP
R4506
:CHIP
C4834
100mF
R4410
2.2k
R 0UT
2
TO C BOARD
0
-15V
Q4820
2SC2712-YG
1
CN4500
9P
BLK
:S-MICRO
R4309
#
R4405
#
:CHIP
R4407
#
:CHIP
FB4389
0
:CHIP
C4365
#
C4363
47
R4376
100
:CHIP
9V
V100
39
R_SH
R4360
:CHIP
0.1
R4334
1k
:CHIP
C4349
C4348
YSYM1
8.9
VCC
4.7
R2_IN
4.7
G2_IN
4.7
B2_IN
C4344
0.047
25V
B:CHIP
L4303
C4378
100p
CH:CHIP
R4504
#
:CHIP
32
C4355
B:CHIP
25V
0.1
8.9
VCC
RGB_AFC
17
16
15
14
13
B
R4389
0
:CHIP
FB4388
0
:CHIP
+12V
:CHIP
L4306
4.2
.BLK03E5
12
11
10
0
:CHIP
L4309
HD
3.8
HP_IN
2.6
L2_FIL
9
0
R4388
0
:CHIP
L4308
C4352
47
XRAY
L4304
C4371
B:CHIP
25V
B(OSD)
B
G
1 16V F:CHIP
47
C4345
C4343
25V B:CHIP
0.1
C4346
B(TEXT)
R(OSD)
GT
BT
G(TEXT)
BLKT
RT
GND
4.7
R1_IN
4.7
G1IN
4.7
B1_IN
VM/SHC_OFF
IREF_SIG
5.5
CLP_C
8.9
VCC
8.9
VM_MOD
6.3
VM_OUT
DPIC_DCTR
0
R4354
10k
:RN-CP
R4380
10k
:CHIP
R4350
100
:CHIP
9V
9V
DPIC SW
R4321
2.2
:CHIP
30
SCP
0
8
7
6
5
C4332
0.047
:MPS
R4320
2.2k
:RN-CP
Q4303
2SC1623-L5L6
AGC CONT
9V
4
3
C4330
0.1
:PP
R4319
8.2k
:RN-CP
R4318
8.2k
:RN-CP
R4307
100
:CHIP
28
2
G
B100
R4521
R4344
100
:CHIP
R4317
22k
:CHIP
C4325
10p
:CHIP
R4306
R(TEXT)
R
D4813
DAN202K
CN PROT
0
2
1
R4893
#
:CHIP
BLK
1
FB4387
0
:CHIP
R4387
0
:CHIP
#
:CHIP
DF_PARA
3.5
R
+12V
Q4315
DTC144EKA-T146
PROT SW
100
64
3
:CHIP
R4304
EXTRA_PARA
0
9V
2.2k
B
63
470 :CHIP
R
:CHIP
SCL
R4359
:CHIP
100
SDA
62
4.4
R4518
100
:CHIP
VS_IN
61
B:CHIP
100
R4305
26
32
GND
4.4
60
R4507
#
:CHIP
G
25
SDA2
V100
:CHIP
HS_IN
503.5KHz
R4302
R4520
100
:CHIP
24
31
U100
100
59
0.01
:CHIP
23
SCL2
GND
R4337
0
CR2IN
X4300
100
27
Y100
:CHIP
CB2IN
58
47
R4303
9V
H
18
22
GND
:CHIP
100
0
17
BLK
TEXT BLK
100
R4336
C4518
#
16V
F:CHIP
16
BLUE
GND
R4335
15
21
TEXT BLUE
0.3
14
20
GND
:CHIP
13
RED
TEXT GREEN
100
57
IC4301
CXA2100AQ
Y/C/J
R4351 22k :CHIP
R4401
220k :CHIP
G
R4301
12
19
GND
5.8
11
GREEN
TEXT RED
:CHIP
Y2IN
CN5402
Q4317
DTC114EKA
R4373
0
:CHIP
9V
GND
0
100
56
R4314
2.2k
:CHIP
R4371
#
R_OUT
4.0
G_SH
2.7
G_OUT
3.5
B_SH
2.4
B_OUT
5.0
IKIN
0
PABL_FIL
7.6
ABL_FIL
1.6
ABL_IN
15
C4342
VS
C4322
B:CHIP
25V
FS
R4358
8.2k :CHIP
C4377 #
D4308
#
0.1
R4384
55
47
9
5.8
CR1IN
C4340
D4309
#
8
0.1
C4321
B:CHIP
25V
54
0
TO VM BOARD
0
Q4316
2SC2712
D4312
DAN202K
4
VTIM/TEST
7
B100
B100
14
B:CHIP
25V
0.1
CB1IN
GND
C4320
53
C4336
XRAY
5.8
#
VPROT
ABL-CTR
B:CHIP
0
6
R100
R100
25V
0
:CHIP
R4353
1.2k
:CHIP
VM
CN4502
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
R4349
470
:CHIP
33
34
35
36
R4339
1.2k
:CHIP
C4341
10p
CH:CHIP
0
37
38
39
40
R4342
GND
V DEFL
0.1
5
10
V SAW -
C4319
4
5.8
:CHIP
HD2
B:CHIP
100
V SAW +
25V
Y1IN
0 :CHIP
+12V
0.1
52
R4347
D FOCUS
C4318
0
0
0
R4341
FPD
3
EW
3.3
GND
HD1
2
0
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
V_OSC
4.4
V_AGC
4.8
VDP
3.4
VDN
3.4
REG
7.6
NC
HS
H DEFL
0
NC
3.9
BPH
C4317
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
1
48
49
50
51
13
AFC PULSE
F
0 :CHIP
R4397
9V
CN4101
40P
:BTOB
E
R4396
0
:CHIP
IREF_J
1.7
VCC(H.V)
8.9
SCP
0.9
AFC_FIL
5.0
500K
2.5
V_PROT1
CN1401
C4331
0.47
C4329
4.7
C4326
0.1 25V B:CHIP
C4327
0.1 25V B:CHIP
C4328
0.1 25V B:CHIP
R4398
100
:CHIP
R4395
0 :CHIP
BT
GT
BLKT
RT
R4340
#
0
2.8
0
2.9
+12V
R4346
18k
:RN-CP
8.9
7.0
R,G,B,BLK
R/G/B (TELETEXT)
TO A BOARD
EXTRA PARABOLA
C4381
#
:CHIP
L4311
C
D
R4352
470
:CHIP
D4313
MA3062M-TX
:CHIP
C4324
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
Q4304
2SC2712-YG
0
0
R4345
12k
:CHIP
0
GND
3
4.6
2.9
R4343
100
:CHIP
R/G/B(OSD)
C4339
22p
CH:CHIP
Q4319
2SA1037K
9V/12V
2
D4311
DAN202K
0
R4313
4.7k
:CHIP
L4301
1
#
L4305
:CHIP
C4316
47
25V
C4361
L4302
:CHIP
R4338
470
:CHIP
R4362
C4333
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C4334
47
C4337
0.01
B:CHIP
TO D1 BOARD
CN6101
Schematic diagrams
? C F1 VM
boards
Schematic diagram
– 113 –
E
board /
– 114 –
– 115 –
– 116 –
29
30
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
RM-916
RM-916
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
[RGB OUT, DEFLECTION]
E Board IC4301 CXA2100AQ
– E Board (Component Side) –
A
A
46 45
44
48
43
50
41 40 39 38
YSYM2
5
R2-IN
G2-IN
B2-IN
4
YSYM1
3
R1-IN
G1-IN
B1-IN
2
BPH
1
5
DPIC-DCTR
4
CLP-C
3
VMC-OFF
2
VM-OUT
1
– E Board (Conductor Side) –
VM-MOD
E
36 35 34 33
VM
• VM-LEVEL
• SHARPNESS
• PRE/OVER
• LTI-LEVEL
• SHP-F0
B
B
C
Y1-IN
Cb1-IN
Cr1-IN
FS
Y2-IN
Cb2-IN
Cr2-IN
C
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
SCL 62
D
D
SDA 61
CLP
Y
YCbCr
• LRGB2-LEV
SHP
LTI
0~-9dB
Y
SW
• DL-PASS
CLP
DPIC
COL
Cb/Cr HUE
• COLOR
• HUE
• CB-OFFSET1
CTI
• CR-OFFSET1
• CTI-LEVEL • CB-OFFSET2
• CR-OFFSET2
SW
YCbCr
CLP PULSE
BLK PULSE
2
I C BUS
DECORDER
• PICTURE
• SUB-CON
• BRIGHT
• SUB-BRIGHT
• DPIC-LEVEL
• AGING W
• AGING B
R
Y
R-Y
G-Y MAT G
B-Y
• DC-TRAN
SW
CLP
AXIS
YS
YM
PIC
BRT
• GAMMA
• D-COL
• DCOL-TEMP
• LIMIT-LEV
YS
YM
GAM
DCOL
LIMT
• R-DRIVE
• G-DRIVE
• B-DRIVE
DRV
B
• COLOR-AXIS
• NTSC-JPN
• NTSC-US
• PAL
• OTH
24 PABL-FIL
AKB
BLK
PABL
30
28
26
31
29
27
R-OUT
G-OUT
B-OUT
R-SH
G-SH
B-SH
25 IK-IN
22 ABL-IN
ABL
23 ABL-FIL
• ABL-MODE
• ABL-TH
• P-ABL
16/HVCO • H-LOCK
HS-IN 59
500K 15
AFC-FIL 14
• R-CUTOFF
• G-CUTOFF
• B-CUTOFF
• BLK-BOTTOM
• PIC-ON
• R-ON
• G-ON
• B-ON
21 PGB-AFC-OUT
19 L2-FIL
18 HP-IN
AFC
1/16 DIV
20 XRAY-IN
E
LOOP2
E
•
•
SCP-OUT 13
:Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
:Pattern from the rear side.
PULSE
GEN
SCP
• LEFT-BLK
• RIGHT-BLK
VTIM-OUT 10
• H-POSITION
• AFC-BOW
• AFC-ANGLE
A-2
B-3
B-3
B-12
D-3
D-3
B-5
B-4
C-5
A-3
A-4
A-4
IC4800
IC4801
IC4802
IC4803
B-2
C-2
B-1
C-2
Q4806
Q4809
Q4812
Q4814
DIODE
TRANSISTOR D4301
Q4301
Q4302
Q4315
Q4316
Q4317
Q4318
Q4801
Q4802
A-3
B-3
C-3
B-4
B-4
D-3
B-2
B-2
B-12
B-1
A-1
A-1
D4303
D4311
D4312
D4313
D4800
D4801
D4802
D4803
D4804
C-3
B-3
B-5
B-5
A-4
B-1
C-1
B-1
C-1
C-1
D4806
D4807
D4808
D4809
D4811
D4812
D4813
D4814
D4815
D4819
A-1
A-2
B-1
A-3
A-3
A-2
B-4
B-3
A-2
C-3
1.5Vp-p (V)
1.4Vp-p (V)
5.0Vp-p (V)
2.4Vp-p
6
7
8
9
VS-IN 60
5
2.4Vp-p
AGC
VOSC
COUNT
• V-FREERUN
• AKB-TIM1
• AKB-TIM2
• VBLKW
IREF
REG
49 11
7
3
4
V-AGC
D4302
D4303
D4304
D4305
D4308
D4309
D4802
D4805
D4806
D4811
D4812
D4815
IC
4
V-OSC
DIODE
3
REF
D-1
D-1
D-2
B-4
B-5
B-4
B-2
C-5
B-4
B-5
B-5
A-4
B-5
A-3
A-5
A-5
2
W-FUNC
• V-SCROLL
• V-ASPECT
• UP-VLIN
• LO-VLIN
• U-SCAN
• ZOOM-SW
EW-FUNC
17 HD-OUT
16 VPROT
5 VDP-OUT
6 VDN-OUT
1 EW-OUT
• H-SIZE
• LO-CORNERPIN • EW-DC
• PIN-AMP
• TRAPEZIUM
• H-COMP
• UP-CORNERPIN
DF-FUNC
EXTRA
10
64 DF-PARA
63 EXTRA-PARA
• M-PIN
2.4Vp-p (H)
11
2.7Vp-p (V)
7.3Vp-p (V)
12
2.1Vp-p (V)
64.0Vp-p (V)
13
0.1Vp-p (H)
1.7Vp-p (V)
14
0.7Vp-p (H)
1.2Vp-p (V)
15
IREF-J
Q4320
Q4321
IC4301 C-2 Q4322
IC4800 A-4 Q4800
IC4801 C-4 Q4804
IC4802 B-5 Q4805
IC4803 D-4 Q4806
Q4807
TRANSISTOR Q4808
Q4303 D-4 Q4810
Q4304 C-1 Q4811
Q4305 A-2 Q4813
Q4307 B-2 Q4815
Q4308 B-2 Q4816
Q4310 B-2 Q4817
Q4319 C-1 Q4818
1
IREF-SIG
IC
E BOARD (Conductor Side)
V-FUNC
• V-SIZE
• V-LINEARITY
• V-POSITION
• V-COMP
• S-CORRECTION • V-ON
E BOARD WAVEFORMS
E BOARD (Component Side)
HD
0.6Vp-p (H)
Schematic diagrams
– 117 –
– 118 –
– 68 –
– 119 –
H1 H2 H3
boards /
(6) Schematic Diagrams of H1, H2 and H3 Boards
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
A
18
19
CN1901
5P
WHT
:S-MICRO
TO A BOARD
CN1190
LED 1
10
1
9
STBY+5V
8
LED 2
7
3
6
2
5
GND
4
SIRCS
3
5
2
4
1
20
21
R1913
10k
Q1901
DTC144ESA
LED DRIVER
D1934
#
D1932
#
PROTECTOR
D1937
#
R1948
JW(5)
R1949
JW(5)
R1953
JW(5)
D1938
#
PROTECTOR
B-SSS10133-HK.-H1.-ES29
D1939
#
PROTECTOR
R1935
100
R1947
#
R1954
#
C1932
0.01
:MPS
R1936
470k
1
JW1934
#
G
J1931
JACK
3
1
2
R1970
820
1
R1971
1k
2
R1972
1.2k
2
1
R1973
1.8k
2
1
R1974
3.3k
2
1
R1975
6.8k
2
1
R1976
18k
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
J1933
JACK,3P
1
(AV INPUT,PRESET KEY,PHONE OUT)
I
1
S1931
AUTO PRESET
J1932
TERMINAL,S
H
TO A BOARD
CN1190
AUDIO LEFT
V
4
C1970
#
:CHIP
AUDIO RIGHT
2
CN1980
3P
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
R
2
3
L
1
C1938
470p
NC
R1933
470k
C1935
470p
GND
R1932
#
1
L1931
:EL0606
C1930
0.01
:MPS
2
:EL0606
2
D1933
#
PROTECTOR
R1951
JW(5)
L1932
C1912
470p
(LED,SIRCS RECEIVER)
R1934
100
R1950
JW(5)
F
IC1901
SBX1981-51(21)
REMOTE SENSOR
D1935
RD9.1ESL2
PROTECTOR
D1931
#
E
R1917
100
C1911
47
16V
R
JW1933
#
R1952
2.2k
C1910
47
16V
R1921
100
D1906
SPB-26MVWF
LED(2COLOUR LED)
KEY 1 OUT
D
G
R1916
47
3
D1940
#
PROTECTOR
D1930
RD9.1ESL2
PROTECTOR
R1915
10k
Q1902
DTC144ESA
LED DRIVER
R1920
100
D1941
#
PROTECTOR
D1942
#
PROTECTOR
D1943
#
PROTECTOR
L
C
R1914
330
1
KEY 2
GND
11
12
R1911
330
R
3
C IN
GND
9
CV IN
S IN
7
8
10
Y IN
GND
5
6
L IN
GND
3
4
CN8301
R IN
PULL UP
6
TO J BOARD
GND
HP MUTE
5
CN1934
12P
RED
:S-MICRO
&
1
HP R IN
AU GND
3
4
HP GND
HP L IN
1
B
CN1195
2
CN1193
CN1932
6P
WHT
:S-MICRO
2
TO A BOARD
TO A BOARD
B-SSS10133-HK.-H2.-ES29
S1972
STBY
1
S1973
PRG+
1
S1974
PRG-
1
S1975
VOL+
1
S1976
VOL-
1
1
S1977
TV/VIDEO
S1978
ENTER
1
S1979
MENU
(TOP KEY)
B-SSS10133-HK.-H3.-ES29
J
– 120 –
– 121 –
– 122 –
22
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
H1 [LED, SIRCS RECEIVER]
H2 [AV INPUT, PRESET KEY, PHONE OUT]
– H1 Board –
– H2 Board –
– H3 Board –
– 123 –
H3
[TOP KEY]
KV-ES29M90
RM-916
B3 BOARD IC309 TC7SET04F (TE85R)
B3 BOARD IC505 TC7SET04F (TE85R)
G 5
NC 1
5 VCC
IN A 2
B3 BOARD IC506 TC7SET04F (TE85R)
IN A
1
GND 3
OUT Y
B3 BOARD WAVEFORMS
1
2
3
4
5
1.7Vp-p (H)
1.0Vp-p (H)
1.1Vp-p (H)
4.7Vp-p (V)
4.9Vp-p (V)
6
7
8
9
2.3Vp-p (V)
11
0.6Vp-p (H)
16
0.5Vp-p (H)
2.2Vp-p (V)
12
1.0Vp-p (H)
17
3.7Vp-p (V)
2.8Vp-p (V)
13
3.5Vp-p (V)
18
0.6Vp-p
3.1Vp-p (V)
14
0.9Vp-p (H)
19
0.1Vp-p (H)
– 124 –
10
0.6Vp-p (H)
15
0.6Vp-p (H)
20
0.6Vp-p
6 OUT V
(7) Schematic Diagram of B3 (1/6) Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
A
B
4
V PULSE
H PULSE
C
5V
D5V
IC506
TC7SET04F(TE85R)
LEVEL SHIFT
A5V-1
-0.1
0.2
3
1
5
5V
C503
10
16V
:AL-CP
R573
15k
:RN-CP
R552
47
:RN-CP
1
5V
48
50
49
GND(B)
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
GND(A)
NT/PAL
MODE0
DGND(QA)
-0.1
D(A)8
0.8
D(A)7
1.2
D(A)6
1.0
D(A)5
1.6
D(A)4
0.4
D(A)3
1.2
D(A)2
1.4
D(A)1
1.3
VDD(QA)
3.1
DGND(QB)
0.1
VDD(QB)
Q502
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
C1
ADTB
C524
10
16V
:AL-CP
FL511
CKD510JB1A105ST
EMI
FL510
CKD510JB1A105ST
EMI
C525
10
16V
:AL-CP
4
5
-0.1
12
10
9
R561
560
:CHIP
5V
Q522
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
39
38
37
34
36
35
OE(C)
1.3
VRB(C)
33
VDD(QC)
VP SUB IN
R521
0
:CHIP
R995
220
:CHIP
6
4
4.4
FL502
LPF
1-233-504-21
R532
5.6k
:RN-CP
R533
180
:CHIP
1
2
6
R526
560
:RN-CP
R524
0
:CHIP
R525
#
3
4
3
R580
0
:CHIP
C528
0.01
B:CHIP
Q523
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
Q512
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
C529
#
I
100
+5V
C530
0
:CHIP
FB501
OUH
R506
:CHIP
FB502
R507
100 :CHIP
OUH
1.3
Q510
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
1.3
R585
#
Q511
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
C532
0
:CHIP
0.7
R564
#
R563
560
:CHIP
C538
0.01
B:CHIP
1.6
R584 R582
470
470
:CHIP :CHIP
R581
#
5V
100
:CHIP
560
560
:CHIP
:CHIP
SUB Y
R512
L501
FL509
CKD510JB1A105ST
560
G
R566
#
C511
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
V MAIN IN
Q515
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
VP MAIN IN
VDOCBCLVL
EMI
C509
0.01
B:CHIP
560
560
R513
:CHIP
R514
:CHIP
C536
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
R539
#
:RN-CP
R515
560 :CHIP
1k
R516
:CHIP
V SUB IN
B17
PORT 2
A18
U SUB IN
PORT 1
Y SUB IN
B19
GND
A20
GND
B20
GND
A21
Y MAIN IN
B21
GND
B22
GND
A23
V MAIN IN
B23
GND
MAIN VP
A24
B3 BOARD IC501 TLC5733A1PM
VPO
DGND
CLK A
B24
A25
GND
R586
1k
:CHIP
B25
8
VIN(A)
V-PULSE M-IN
MAIN HP
VRT(A)
SAMPLING
COMPARATOR
VDD(QA)
TO A BOARD
CLPV(A)
IBIAS(A)
VCC(A)
GND(A)
Q513
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
OE(A)
CLK B
0.0
C537
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
8
VIN(B)
R592
1k
:CHIP
VRT(B)
K
4.9
4.9
L505
L506
:CHIP
:CHIP
SAMPLING
COMPARATOR
D5V
C545
47
16V
:AL-CP
C546
0.01
B:CHIP
4.2
VDD(QB)
8
-0.1
R989
22k
:CHIP
C550
0.01
B:CHIP
5V
C549
47
16V
:AL-CP
L507
#
:CHIP
FL506
CKD510JB1A105ST
VRT(C)
R981
330
:CHIP
Q516
2SC1623-L5L6
3.3V REG
A5V
8
Q524
2SC1623-L5L6
3.3V REG
VDD(QC)
8
DATA
LATCH
R956
47k
:CHIP
VCC(C)
GND(C)
OE(C)
R986
3.3k
:CHIP
EXTCLP
CLPEN
NT/PAL
CLK A
CLAMP PULSE
INT/EXT
CONTROL
CLK B
CLK C
O
B-SSS10133-HK.-B3(P1)-ES29
– 127 –
DGND(QC)
CLAMP
CONTROL
CLOCK
GENERATOR
CLK
– 126 –
D(C)1-8
IBIAS(C)
C555
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
– 125 –
8
VRB(C)
CLPV(C)
A3.3V
D501
MA8039
REFERENCE
SAMPLING
COMPARATOR
5V
R983
47k
:CHIP
Q518
2SA1037K-T146-QR
BIAS
8
VIN(C)
+5V
5V
3.3VGR
R987
1k
:CHIP
CLK C
C543
0.01
B:CHIP
EMI
8
0.0
R988
220
:CHIP
C556
100
6.3V
:AL-CP
N
R982
330
:CHIP
A5V-1
9
6
R990
470k
:CHIP
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
C551
0.01
B:CHIP
11
-0.1
7
C557
0.01
B:CHIP
R985
470k
:CHIP
10
0.0
0.5
5
1.5
-0.1
M
VCC(B)
12
2
R1
HREF
C548
0.01
B:CHIP
13
3.1
4
R991
0 :CHIP
CLAMP
CONTROL
GND(B)
14
1
0.0
3
CK54
0.0
1.8
DGND(QB)
OE(B)
R984
3.3k
:CHIP
4.1
0.0
D(B)1-8
:CHIP
IC504
TLC2933IPWR
PLL
R942
330
:CHIP
8
IBIAS(B)
R993
47k
:CHIP
L509
8
VRB(B)
CLPV(B)
L508
:CHIP
4.1
DGND(QA)
CLAMP
CONTROL
Q517
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
L
D(A)1-8
GND
CN1108
0.0
R943
220
:CHIP
8
VRB(A)
5V
0.0
C554
0.01
B:CHIP
8
8
H-PULSE M-IN
CN502
50P
:BTOB
R589
1k
:CHIP
VDOYCLVL
R591
1k
:CHIP
V-PULSE SUB IN
MAIN V
VDOCRCLVL
J
B16
MAIN U
5V
R590
1k
:CHIP
GND
+9V
MAIN Y
HP MAIN IN
C535
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
A5V
H-PULSE SUB IN
A22 U MAIN IN
R538
#
:RN-CP
R517
1k :CHIP
R587
1k
:CHIP
Q514
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
5V
+3.3V
A16
A19
U MAIN IN
C534
0
:CHIP
+2.5V
B15
B18
:CHIP
:CHIP
+2.5V-1
R567
#
SCL
A17
R537
2.2k
:RN-CP
U SUB IN
R510
R535
#
R536
2.2k
:CHIP
SDA
B12
B14
:CHIP
SUB U
Y MAIN IN
C533
#
SUB V
R511
4.4
R583
#
GND
A12
A14
100
PORT 3
RESET 100
B11
A15
R509
R534
#
2.2
R594
470
:CHIP
R565
#
FL503
LPF
R508
GND
DPIC SW
A13 +5V DIGITAL
SUB-VP
4.4
V SUB IN
U MAIN IN
V 100 OUT
+2.5V
+9V
4.4
0.7
GND
A9
B13
SUB-HP
C531
#
4.4
GND
U 100 OUT
B8
B10
EMI
Y SUB IN
0.0
Y 100 OUT
A11
FL508
CKD510JB1A105ST
D3.3V-1
C527
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
+2.5V
A5V-1
R562
560
:CHIP
VP 100 OUT
A7
B9
R596
:CHIP
SCL
:CHIP
5V
1-233-504-21
C526
0.01
B:CHIP
EMI
5V
V MAIN IN
R522
#
3
1k
SDA
L502
C512
0.01
B:CHIP
C508
#
R579
15k
:CHIP
1k
FL505
CKD510JB1A105ST
A5V
4.4
B6
A10
C510
0.01
B:CHIP
:CHIP
0.0
2
1.4
C522
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
-0.1
R523
560
:RN-CP
1
0.7
-0.0
R540
R505
0 :CHIP
:CHIP
+3.3V
R530
5.6k
:RN-CP
Q503
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
C507
10
16V
:AL-CP
V 100 OUT
5V
R531
180
:CHIP
C521
0.01
B:CHIP
HP SUB PLL
R997
330
:CHIP
GND
HP 100 OUT
A8
R504
0 :CHIP
Q519
DTC144EKA-T146
INVERT
L512
1.6
FPD
A6
B7
DPIC SW
HP SUB IN
R996
330
:CHIP
GND
MID BUSY
V
R597
10k
:CHIP
XRST
Y MAIN IN
R519
#
7
4.4
C506
#
3.1
4.4
R503
0 :CHIP
U 100 OUT
25.8
1.2
41
D(C)4
C559
0.01
B:CHIP
GND
U
7
R994
220
:CHIP
6
44
43
42
D(C)3
40
-0.1
C0
C7
H
C2
3.0
C523
0.01
B:CHIP
C3
11
16
15
14
Y0
D(C)2
D(C)5
-0.1
D(C)6
1.4
D(C)7
1.4
D(C)8
3
1.9
C505
10
16V
:AL-CP
-0.1
C4
Y1
12
Y2
13
Y3
10
9
Y4
D(C)1
-0.1
IC501
TLC5733AIPM
A/D CONVERTER
17 D(B)8
1.0
18 D(B)7
1.7
19 D(B)6
1.8
20 D(B)5
1.7
21 D(B)4
1.7
D(B)3
22
1.6
23 D(B)2
1.8
24 D(B)1
1.5
25 DGND
0.1
26 VDD
4.6
27 IBIAS(C)
2.2
28 CLPV(C)
2.2
29 VRT(C)
3.2
VCC(C)
30
4.6
31 VIN(C)
2.2
32 GND(C)
8
Y5
C5
7
Y6
-0.1
C6
6
Y7
DGND(QC)
2
2
4.6
-0.1
-0.1
1
R518
0
:CHIP
1-233-877-21
45
3
4
MODE1
TEST
5
0.0
G
OE(B)
Q501
2SA1162-G
BUFFER
R520
560
:RN-CP
C539
47
16V
:AL-CP
6
5
2.2
R529
5.6k
:RN-CP
0.0
5V
R549
47
:RN-CP
-0.1
-0.1
F
OE(A)
47
2
R577
47
:RN-CP
C504
#
Q521
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
FL501
LPF
C540
0.01
B:CHIP
0.0
5V
4.4
R548
47
:RN-CP
0.0
VRB(B)
46
1
1.2
VRB(A)
VIN(A)
1.9
VCC(A)
4.6
VRT(A)
3.2
CLPV(A)
1.4
IBIAS(A)
1.4
XSYNC
3.1
CLPEN
-0.1
CLK
1.4
EXTCLP
-0.0
IBIAS(B)
2.3
CLPV(B)
2.3
VRT(B)
4.6
VCC(B)
4.6
VIN(B)
-0.1
R578
47
:RN-CP
R550
82
:RN-CP
C542
47
16V
:AL-CP
VP 100 OUT
GND
B3
Y
3.1
5V
GND
A3
B5
FB504
0UH
R502
100 :CHIP
Y 100 OUT
D3.3V-MID
5V
0.7
-0.1
R576
82
:RN-CP
-0.1
0.2
R528
330
:CHIP
FB503
0UH
L504
4.6
EMI
R551
82
:RN-CP
-0.1
C520
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
C501
0.01
B:CHIP
+3.3V
:CHIP
2
C518
47
16V
R554
47
:RN-CP
C502
10
16V
:AL-CP
IC505
TC7SET04F(TE85R)
LEVEL SHIFT
3
FL512
CKD510JB1A105ST
4
R553
0
:CHIP
C515
0.01
B:CHIP
EMI
D3.3V-1
0.7
E
R555
15k
:CHIP
C560
0.01
B:CHIP
1
R574
1k
C519
0.1 :RN-CP
25V
F:CHIP
R559
15k
:CHIP
R560
47
:RN-CP
R572
47
:RN-CP
R556
#
:CHIP
C514
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
5
C516
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C517
0.01
B:CHIP
R575
82
:RN-CP
R558
100
:CHIP
GND
B2
A5
R598
100
:CHIP
R501
:CHIP
100
GND
A2
B4
FPD
FL504
CKD510JB1A105ST
L503
:CHIP
GND
B1
A4
MID BUSY
D3.3V
2.9
-0.0
D
R527
#
HP 100 OUT
2
4.6
W1
R571
0
:CHIP
XRST5
:CHIP
YMCK
R998
10k
:CHIP
L511
4
R557
1k
:CHIP
WSYNC
Q520
DTC144EKA-T146
INVERTER
A1
– 128 –
XSYNC
OUTPUT FORMAT
/TEST
SWITCHING
MODE0
MODE1
TEST
(8) Schematic Diagram of B3 (2/6) Board
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
21
W1
A
17
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
YMCK
1
R632
#
:CHIP
R634
0
:CHIP
R636
#
:CHIP
R638
0
:CHIP
R652
#
:CHIP
C646
#
RCON
ADHD
VD7
2.2
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.0
0.0
1.8
2.9
1.5
1.4
1.5
-0.1
-0.1
3.1
0.2
-0.1
-0.1
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
C623
0.01
B:CHIP
0.1
0.8
DSY9
1.1
DSY8
0.9
RB005
47
:CHIP
DSY7
1.6
DSY6
1.0
DSY5
1.1
DSY4
1.1
RB006
47
:CHIP
DSY3
1.1
DSY2
1.1
1.1
C622
0.01
B:CHIP
1.5
R614
#
:CHIP
DS OUT
R668
22
:CHIP
0.1
1.3
FL606
NFM51R30P507
EMI
2.2
C621
0.01
B:CHIP
-0.1
DRCDCLK
R669
0
:CHIP
G
3.1
220
0.4
CK54 OUT1
R604
:CHIP
C54O
0.0
C620
0.01
B:CHIP
10
0.0
1.9
R664
22
:CHIP
11
0.4
R610
220
:CHIP
0.9
C618
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
0.8
0.8
0.0
R667
3.3k
:RN-CP
12
R654
220
:CHIP
C619
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
C617
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
R665
270
:CHIP
R666
620
:RN-CP
B3 BOARD (Component Side)
C616
47
16V
:AL-CP
C615
0.01
B:CHIP
HDMID
VDMID
R655
0
:CHIP
CK54
R656
#
:CHIP
R1
HREF
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
FPD
O
D601
MA111-(K8).SO
B-SSS10133-HK.-B3(P2)-ES29
Schematic diagram
? B3
(1/6) board
IC302
IC303
IC305
IC306
IC307
IC308
IC310
IC311
IC501
IC504
IC505
IC506
IC601
IC602
IC603
IC701
IC801
IC802
IC901
IC902
IC904
B3 BOARD (Conductor Side)
TRANSISTOR
IC
DAC4
R642 R644 R646
#
#
0
:CHIP :CHIP :CHIP
DAC0
R628
0
:CHIP
R661
100
:CHIP
DSR2
1.1
VS10
VD2O
HD2
XV9O
V9O
C54I
XH9O
HREF
RPLLHD
FFSW
VD6
FPO
FPD
RXI
XOC
XCLH
LEVEL
ORDER
INSEL
3.1
-0.1
3.1
-0.1
-0.0
-0.1
3.1
-0.1
-0.0
2.2
-0.1
0.0
-0.1
0.0
3.1
-0.1
-0.0
-0.0
R618
# -0.0
-0.1
R651
0
:CHIP
R631 R633 R635 R637 R641 R643 R645
#
#
#
0
0
0
0
:CHIP :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP
R653
100
:CHIP
R615
47k
:CHIP
C614
0.01
B:CHIP
1
3
7
2.8
2.9
2.7
WPLLHD
IVD
W13I
DIC0
VS15
DIC2
DIC1
DIC4
DIC3
BCON
1.3
1.2
-0.0
-0.1
1.5
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.9
DIC6
DIC5
VD10
DIC7
DIY0
VS16
DIY1
DIY2
DIY3
DIY4
VS9
AVS3
S1
S0
B2
M1
M0
CRCT
XRST
R627
#
:CHIP
C613
0.01
B:CHIP
DAC1
R629
10k
:CHIP
-0.1
0.2
2.9
R630
#
C612
0.01
B:CHIP
C611
0.01
B:CHIP
DAC2
R620
#
:CHIP
3.1
-0.1
0.1
2.6
3.1
-0.1
3.1
R619
10k
:CHIP
R617
0
:CHIP
DAC3
DAC0
DAC1
DAC3
DAC2
VDCL
VS6
SW3
GND
SW2
DAC0
SAD1
SAD0
DAC2
DAC1
SAD2
DAC3
SCL
SDA
DAC4
VCC
SW1
SW0
DAC4
R611
10k
:CHIP
R616
10k
:CHIP
RB004
47
:CHIP
DSR3
0.0
-0.1
R660
100
:CHIP
DSR4
1.3
104
103
102
101
99
100
98
97
95
96
94
93
92
91
89
90
88
86
87
85
84
83
82
80
81
79
78
77
75
76
74
73
71
72
70
R609
10k
:CHIP
69
R621
0
:CHIP
R607
#
:CHIP
AYO
2.9
R613
4.7k
:CHIP
2
C1
C0
C3
C2
C5
C4
C7
C6
1.0
1.7
-0.1
2.2
1.4
1.3
0.4
1.2
1.2
1.5
VRF
68
R622
0
:CHIP
DIY6
AVS2
66
R623
0
:CHIP
DIY5
IRF
AVD3
VB
AVD2
67
R624
0
:CHIP
DIY7
ADDR0
CYD1
ARO
FSEL
ADDR1
CYD0
VG
VS8
ADDR2
RBSL
DAVD
VD5
ADDR3
OCKSL
DAVS
GAME
ABO
C13O
VS7
VS5
VDL0
AVD4
VDL1
VD3
VDPR
AVS4
VSTILL0
VD8
ADDR4
VSTILL1
ADDR5
R606
#
:CHIP
R608
0
:CHIP
TCK
C54O
R605
0
:CHIP
IC604
CXA1875AM-T4
I/O EXPANDER
N
VD11
ADDR6
65
8
TDI
VS11
64
7
TMS
C27O
ADDR7
62
6
TDO
ADDR8
63
5
TRST
DYO0
61
4
VS17
DYO1
ADDR9
60
3
DICD0
ADDR10
59
2
DICD2
DYO2
57
1
DICD1
DYO3
ADDR11
58
9
DICD3
VS4
56
10
DICD4
DYO4
55
11
DICD5
TENA3
54
12
DICD6
DYO5
0.1
13
VD12
DQ8
C610
0.01
B:CHIP
14
DICD7
DYO6
53
D5V
15
VS18
DYO7
DQ9
SCL
16
DIYD0
DIYD1
DIYD2
DIYD3
DQ10
SDA
4
Y1
Y0
Y3
Y2
Y5
Y4
Y7
Y6
2.2
-0.1
0.8
3.1
3.1
0.7
3.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
2.2
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
DIYD4
DYO8
VD4
5
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
R673
R672
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
R675
R674
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
:CHIP
10k
R678
R677
:CHIP
10k
R679
R676
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
R681
R680
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
R683
R682
:CHIP
:CHIP
10k
10k
DQ11
PXI
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
DYO9
FH
52
R626
10k
:CHIP
VS12
DQ12
– B3 Board (Conductor Side) –
R-Y
DSR5
1.5
106 105
51
L
2.2
DQ13
DSR6
1.6
107
50
C609
0.01
B:CHIP
-0.1
6
DICD1
DICD0
DICD3
DICD2
DICD5
DICD4
DICD7
DICD6
DIYD1
DIYD0
DIYD3
DIYD2
DIYD5
DIYD4
DIYD7
50
49
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
3.1
49
A0
DRO0
DSR7
0.0
110 109 108
48
-0.1
DRO1
DQ14
RB003
47
:CHIP
DSR8
2.0
111
47
-0.1
A1
DQ15
DSR9
2.0
114 113 112
46
-0.1
A2
DRO2
115
-0.1
A3
DRO3
118 117 116
1.5
DRO4
0.0
119
-0.1
45
C608
0.01
B:CHIP
VS3
C624
0.01
B:CHIP
1.6
122 121 120
2.2
44
RB022
47
:CHIP
IC602
MB81F161622B
S-DRAM
RB020
47
:CHIP
-0.1
DRO5
0.0
123
A4
-0.1
VD2
C643
0.01
B:CHIP
C625
0.01
B:CHIP
2.2
127 126 125 124
-0.1
-0.1
DRO6
R697
680k
:CHIP
DSB2
0.0
131 130 129 128
A5
DQ0
R698
680k
:CHIP
RB002
47
:CHIP
DSB3
0.0
132
VSS
-0.1
DRO7
R696
1k
:CHIP
1.1
135 134 133
VCC
A6
-0.1
-0.1
0.3
0.0
136
ADDR4
A7
-0.0
R699
0
:CHIP
-0.1
B-Y
1.4
139 138 137
ADDR5
ADDR3
-0.0
43
ADDR2
A8
-0.1
-0.3
DSB4
1.5
140
ADDR6
-0.1
A9
-0.1
-0.3
DSB5
1.5
143 142 141
ADDR7
A10
DQ1
CXD2090Q
R700
#
:CHIP
DSB6
1.7
144
ADDR8
ADDR0
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
DRO8
RB001
47
:CHIP
DSB7
1.4
147 146 145
ADDR10
A11
RB021
47
:CHIP
42
0.0
ADDR9
3.1
-0.1
-0.1
41
0.0
A3
NC
ADDR11
ADDR1
C54O
40
0.0
A2
CS
C607
0.01
B:CHIP
1.3
39
0.0
A1
CKE
3.1
DQ2
DSB8
1.7
148
-0.1
A0
0.3
DQ8
38
A10
CLK
RAS
1.4
37
-0.1
CAS
1.5
DQ9
C636
0.01
B:CHIP
DRO9
AVS1
1.1
C644
4.7
35V
:AL-CP
DSB9
1.7
151 150 149
UDOM
3.1
0.0
VD9
DQ3
AVD1
1.7
WSYNC
0.0
152
WE
DQ10
VS13
R695
820
:CHIP
0.0
155 154 153
NC
1.5
1.4
AVD5
IC601
CXD2090Q
DRC-MF
DQ4
1.1
C626
0.01
B:CHIP
0.0
156
LDQM
DQ11
DQ6
DQ5
R692
2.2k
:CHIP
157
VCCQ
DQ8
1.4
158
DQ8
VCCQ
1.6
1.4
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
DQ7
DQ12
-0.1
36
0.0
A11
PLL ENABLE IN
176
3.0
XCS
R625
0
:CHIP
177
DQ9
DQ9
1.5
35
:CHIP
R612
10k
:CHIP
178
DQ6
DQ13
34
0.0
M
179
3.0
:CHIP
C645
0.01
B:CHIP
180
0.0
0.0
K
181
0.0
XRAS
J
182
RB024
47
:CHIP
XCAS
RB019
47
:CHIP
183
VSSQ
DQ14
DQ10
33
DQ10
VSSQ
DQ11
1.4
1.4
32
DQ5
1.4
DQ15
31
DQ11
1.0
30
VCCQ
DQ4
-0.1
29
VCCQ
RB026
47
:CHIP
3.1
28
0.0
1.0
47
184
-0.1
C635
0.01
B:CHIP
R639
185
1.3
DQ5
22
186
0.0
DQ4
1.6
27
DQ12
26
DQ13
DQ3
3.1
25
DQ2
C606
0.01
B:CHIP
DQ12
24
0.0
-0.1
23
1.0
DQ13
1.3
2.2
22
VSSQ
C605
0.01
B:CHIP
21
VSSQ
1.4
DQ0
20
0.0
DQ3
19
DQ2
-0.1
18
DQ14
17
DQ1
1.5
DQ1
DQ14
16
-0.1
1.3
AVS5
15
DQ15
DQ7
14
DQ0
DBO0
1.5
DQ2
DQ15
DBO1
VS2
1.0
13
1.5
DQ1
1.0
XCS
12
VSS
DBO2
11
VCC
DOM
10
1.4
DQ0
DBO3
9
-0.1
XWE
-0.1
1.4
DQ3
0.0
DBO4
1.5
DQ4
RB025
47
:CHIP
XRAS
0.3
1.2
C634
0.01
B:CHIP
DBO5
3.0
DQ5
RB023
47
:CHIP
XCAS
3.0
1.5
DQ6
G
DBO6
8
C633
0.01
B:CHIP
DQ7
D3.3V-1
DBO7
MODE
7
EMI
C604
0.01
B:CHIP
DBO8
6
R657
22
:CHIP
FL603
CKD510JB1A105ST
IHDD
IVDD
3.0
XCS 3.0
C632
100
6.3V
:AL-CP
R640
187
DBO9
5
DOM
XWE
188
VS14
W13ID
4
XWE
I
189
VS1
-0.1
0.0
LOGICVDD
VCO VDD
SELECT
R BIAS
VCO OUT
VCO IN
-0.0
FINA
VCO GND
FINB
VCO INHBIT
PFD OUT
PFD INHBIT
LOGIC GND
NC
C642
0.01
B:CHIP
3.1
CLP
-0.1
XRAS
DOM
R659
100
:CHIP
VD1
-0.1
XCAS
RB027
47
:CHIP
190
0.0
-0.1
R601
10k :CHIP
E
DQ7
191
DICD0
R602
10k :CHIP
DQ6
192
IVDD
-0.1
H
193
DICD1
R603
10k :CHIP
G
194
C603
0.01
B:CHIP
CN503
#
F
195
20
196
DICD0
197
19
198
DICD1
IHDD
0.2
-0.3
R693
22
:CHIP
9
R600
5.1k
:CHIP
2.9
-0.0
W13ID
DICD2
4.9
R694
0
:CHIP
3
18
– B3 Board (Component Side) –
IC603
TLC2932IPW
PLL
0.2
2.9
C627
0.01
B:CHIP
2
17
DICD2
DICD3
1
DICD3
DICD4
199
16
200
DICD4
DICD5
C638
0.01
B:CHIP
:CHIP
R690
0
:CHIP
FB601
OUH
DICD6
201
15
C628
0.01
B:CHIP
L604
:CHIP
8
R670
0
:CHIP
202
14
DICD5
C639
0.01
B:CHIP
[DRC, MID, SUB MICON, DRC/MID CONTROLLER]
L605
R691
3.3k
:CHIP
G
203
DICD6
DICD7
204
13
EMI
D3.3V-1
Q602
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
HP MAIN IN
C629
0.01
B:CHIP
B3
3.3VGR
D5V
R689
2.2k
:CHIP
R658
1k
:CHIP
C630
0.01
B:CHIP
C631
0.01
B:CHIP
205
DICD7
DIYD0
206
12
DIYD1
C602
10
16V
:AL-CP
FL602
CKD510JB1A105ST
C640
0.01
B:CHIP
207
DIYD0
R685
11
R684
DIYD1
DIYD2
DIYD5
10
DIYD3
FV
DIYD2
Q601
2SC1623-L5L6
BUFFER
0.0
R688
3.3k
:CHIP
R671
10k
:CHIP
-0.1
9
0.0
4.9
DIYD4
-0.1
DIYD3
DIYD5
DIYD6
8
IFPCT
7
DIYD4
:CHIP
DIYD5
G
10k
6
208
D
DIYD6
EMI
+2.5V-1
DIYD6
-0.1
C
DIYD7
5
R687
0
:CHIP
ADTB
VP MAIN IN
R686
DIYD7
C601
10
16V
:AL-CP
FL601
CKD510JB1A105ST
DIYD7
4
C637
0.01
B:CHIP
DLINIT
GND
W13ID
-0.1
3
-0.1
W13ID
AVS6
2
AVD6
IHDD
IHDD
3.1
B
1
DVSFT
IVDD
DIYD6
D5V
IVDD
C-7
B-8
B-7
B-8
A-7
A-7
A-7
C-8
C-1
A-4
D-5
D-4
I-8
H-6
D-8
A-5
E-6
C-7
I-13
A-6
A-6
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q510
Q511
Q512
Q521
Q522
Q523
Q907
Q908
Q909
D-6
E-7
F-6
D-2
F-1
D-2
E-2
E-1
D-1
D-4
D-3
C-4
DIODE
D601
I-8
IC
IC304
IC309
IC311
IC604
IC704
IC705
IC803
IC903
A-1
B-2
C-1
C-5
A-4
B-4
C-3
A-3
TRANSISTOR
Q519
Q520
Q524
Q601
Q602
Q901
Q902
Q903
Q904
Q905
Q906
D-6
D-6
E-6
A-7
A-7
D-5
D-5
C-6
A-2
A-2
A-2
•
•
:Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
:Pattern from the rear side.
DIODE
Q513
Q514
Q515
Q516
Q517
Q518
D-7
D-7
C-7
E-6
B-5
A-4
D301
D302
D901
A-7
B-5
B-11
Schematic diagram
– 129 –
B3
(2/6) board /
– 130 –
– 131 –
– 132 –
(9) Schematic Diagram of B3 (3/6) Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
A
B
C717
#
C718
#
FL704
#
EMI
C719
#
A3.3V
G
C
C716
#
R710
#
XRST
198
DSR9
199
DSR8
200
DSR7
201
DSR6
202
DSR5
J
203
DSR4
204
DSR3
205
DSR2
206
207
DSB9
VIN27
VOUT13
VIN26
VOUT12
VIN25
VSS
VIN24
VOUT11
VDD
VOUT10
VIN23
VOUT9
VIN22
VOUT8
VIN21
VDD
VIN20
VOUT7
VIN19
VOUT6
VIN18
VOUT5
VIN17
VOUT4
VIN16
VSS
VSS
VOUT3
VIN15
VOUT2
VIN14
VOUT1
VIN13
VOUT0
VIN12
VDD
VIN11
PPLLFDN
VIN10
PCKREF
VIN9
AVCC
VIN8
PLF
VDD
AVSS
VIN7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
PVCORNG
49
50
51
DY4
95
94
DY3
93
30
4
A14
5
A7
A13
6
A6
A8
A5
A9
A4
A11
25
A3
OE
24
A2
A10
23
A1
CE
22
A0
D7
85
O21
84
O20
O19
83
O19
O18
82
O18
O17
81
O17
O16
80
O16
DB0
C713
#
D0
D1
DB5
D2
DB4
VSS
DB7
DB1
DB6
77
DB2
76
75
D6
D5
D4
D3
28
27
26
O22
O20
21
86
20
O23
O21
EMI
32
31
A17
A12
29
1
2
3
A15
DY4
O22
DY6
DY5
DY0
DY1
DY3
DY2
CE
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB3
73
DB2
72
DB1
71
70
69
DB0
C712
#
DR7
68
DR6
67
R715
#
C740
#
8
DR4
65
6
5
3
4
IC705
#
R714
#
X702
#
64
DR3
63
DR2
62
1
2
RB701
0
:CHIP
D OUT
DR1
61
DSY9
DY7
DSY8
DY6
DR0
60
C739
#
59
58
7
DR5
66
DSY7
C711
#
DSY6
EMI
56
55
C710
#
54
C709
#
A3.3V
G
C708
#
53
FL705
#
C707
#
DY5
DY4
RB702
0
:CHIP
57
DSY5
DY3
DSY4
DY2
DSY3
DSY2
DY1
DY0
RB703
0
:CHIP
R709
#
52
DSR9
DR7
DSR8
DR6
DSR7
DSR6
EMI
DR5
DR4
RB704
0
:CHIP
C704
#
DSB2
DSB4
DSB3
DSB6
DSB5
DSB8
DSB7
G
C703
#
D3.3V
G
74
FL701
#
D3.3V
A18
DY7
O23
87
78
A16
DY8
C714
#
88
79
VCC
7
DY0
VPP
8
89
FL703
#
C735
#
DY1
91
90
IC704
#
DY2
92
19
VOUT14
DY5
96
18
VOUT15
VIN28
DY6
97
17
VIN29
DY7
98
9
VDD
DY8
99
10
VIN30
C715
#
11
VOUT16
100
12
VOUT17
VIN31
101
13
VSS
102
14
VOUT18
103
15
SDD10
104
16
PLLTST
XPLLRST
SDIV2
VDD
SDIV0
SDIV1
SVCORNG
SLF
AVSS
AVCC
SDCKREF
VSS
SDPLLPDN
SDD01
SDD00
SDD03
SDD02
VDD
SDD04
SDD06
SDD05
VSS
SDCAS
SDWE
VDD
SDRAS
SDA11
VDDP
SDA0
SDA10
SDA1
SDA3
SDA2
SDD015
VSS
SDD013
SDD014
VDD
SDD012
SDD010
SDD011
SDD08
SDD09
SDCK
SDCKE
VDD
SDA8
SDD07
VSS
VOUT19
C730
#
K
VSS
SDD11
VIN6
208
TMC57127
SDD12
PDIV1
197
105
PDIV0
196
DSY2
106
VOUT20
VSS
DSY3
107
PDIV2
I
195
108
VOUT35
XROMENA
DSY4
109
SDD13
TRSTZ
194
110
TDO
193
DSY5
111
VOUT21
TCK
DSY6
112
VDD
TMS
192
113
VOUT22
VDD
DSY7
114
TDI
191
115
VOUT23
SCANEN
DSY8
116
MINTEST
190
117
SDD14
TESTAK
DSY9
118
CKSEL
189
119
SDD15
TESTBE
188
C729
#
120
VDD
BURNIN
187
DSY2
121
VOUT24
TESTGO
DSY3
H
122
BIST
186
123
SDD16
TESTMD
185
DSY4
124
SDD17
VSS
DSY5
125
VOUT25
IGFLGC
184
126
IGFLGD
183
DSY6
VSS
VSYNC3
DSY7
127
VOUT26
HSYNC3
182
128
IC701
#
VDD
181
DSY8
129
VOUT27
SDD115
SCK3
180
DSY9
130
SDD114
HSYNC2
G
179
131
SCK2
178
132
VSS
VSYNC2
177
133
SDD113
HSYNC1
176
134
VOUT28
VSYNC1
175
135
SDD112
VSS
174
136
VOUT29
SCK1
173
C728
#
137
VDD
SCK0
DS OUT
138
VOUT30
HSYNC0
172
139
VOUT31
XRST
171
140
SDD111
VSYNC0
F
141
SDD110
I2CSDA
170
142
VDD
169
143
VDD
I2CAD2
168
144
SDD19
I2CSCL
167
145
VOUT32
I2CAD0
166
146
SDD18
I2CAD1
165
147
VOUT33
VIN0
164
148
C738
#
VSS
VSS
163
C727
#
149
C722
#
VOUT34
VIN5
E
162
150
C723
#
SDA4
VIN2
161
151
VIN1
160
152
C724
#
SDA5
VIN4
159
SDA6
153
VIN3
158
154
VDD
157
155
SDA7
156
SDA9
D
C725
#
VSS
C726
#
C705
#
C706
#
R712
#
DSR5
DR3
DSR4
DR2
DSR3
DR1
DSR2
L
R703
#
R713
#
FB702
#
DSB9
DB7
DSB8
DB6
DSB7
R663
#
DSB6
CE
R704
#
DR0
RB705
0
:CHIP
FB701
#
DB5
DB4
RB706
0
:CHIP
R705
#
DSB5
DB3
DSB4
DB2
DSB3
DB1
DSB2
DB0
SCL-MID
M
SDA-MID
XRST
VDMID
HDMID
CK54 OUT1
N
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
O
B-SSS10133-HK.-B3(P3)-ES29
– 133 –
– 134 –
– 135 –
– 136 –
28
29
30
(10) Schematic Diagram of B3 (4/6) Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
A
VDOCRCLVL
SDCLKIN
SDCLK
SDCKE
SDDQM0
VDOYCLVL
B
SDDQM1
VDOCBCLVL
A3
A4
SDADR4
2.3
SDADR6
SDADR5
2.3
A6
A5
SDADR7
0.0
1.6
121
1.4
A8
A7
122
VDD2
123
SDADR8
124
-0.0
-0.1
A9
SDADR9
125
126
VSS
SDADR2
127
0.0
SDADR1
2.3
A1
A2
128
0.0
A0
129
SDADR0
130
-0.0
A11
A10
1.4
SDADR11
131
-0.1
132
1.4
133
SDADR10
CS
A12
SDCS
134
2.7
135
0.0
136
VSSSD
VDD2
3.1
137
1.4
-0.1
138
SDCLKIN
139
VSS
3.1
SDCLK
140
1.4
SDCKE
SDRAS
0.0
141
2.7
142
SDADR12
RAS
CAS
WE
SDWE
SDCAS
143
2.9
144
2.3
VDD1
145
0.0
SDDQM1
146
-0.0
D7
SDDQM0
1.3
D6
SDDAT4
SDDAT5
147
2.4
SDDAT3
148
SDDAT6
SDDAT1
SDDAT2
149
SDDAT7
VDD1
*
-0.1
D5
SDDAT0
150
VSS
D4
151
1.7
152
-0.0
D2
D3
153
0.9
D1
154
1.2
155
0.0
D0
156
0.0
157
1.0
D14
SDDAT11
D15
SDDAT10
1.3
1.5
158
0.8
SDDAT8
SDDAT9
159
2.5
VDOYCLVL
1.7
0.0
-0.1
160
SDDAT14
VDOCRCLVL
VDOCBCLVL
-0.0
161
SDDAT15
VDOYIN7
0.3
162
D12
VDOYIN6
VDD2
-0.1
163
D13
164
2.3
165
0.7
166
SDDAT12
167
SDDAT13
168
VSS
169
VDD1
170
1.6
D10
D11
171
-0.1
VSS
0.7
0.7
VDOYIN4
0.6
0.5
VDOYIN2
174
C821
0.01
B:CHIP
SDADR3
120
SDDAT16
183
VDOCIN5
119
SDDAT17
118
SDDAT18
117
SDDAT19
116
D16
184
VDOCIN4
185
VDOCIN3
D17
D18
1.1
C3
C825
B:CHIP
186
-0.1
C826
B:CHIP
VDD2 114
SDDAT20
113
SDDAT21
112
SDDAT22
111
SDDAT23
110
SDDAT24
109
SDDAT25
108
D20
190
VDOCIN2
191
VDOCIN1
D21
1.1
:CHIP
D22
1.1
:RN-CP
D23
1.1
C0
192
VDOCIN0
D24
3.1
193
D25
VDDSD 107
2.3
D26
SCL-MID
Y SUB IN
208
209
AVCCAD2
-0.1
U SUB IN
ANCBIN
211
AVSSAD2
212
ANREF2
213
ANREF1
214
AVCCAD1
215
ANYGIN
216
AVSSAD1
MID-X
OVDD21
92
DXT1IN
91
VSS
90
VDD1
89
2.3
DXT1OUT
22
C818
12p
CH:CHIP
D6
R851
22
:CHIP
R940
0
:CHIP
88
D5
D7
R836
22
:RN-CP
224
OVSS2
77
225
DTVYIN3
226
DTVYIN2
227
DTVYIN1
228
DTVYIN0
76
DXT2IN
FL807
CKD510JB1A105ST
OVSS3
75
XDSPYS
74
XDSPVS
73
229
DTVCIN7
230
DTVCIN6
231
DTVCIN5
232
DTVLPFO
233
DTVLPFI
234
AVCCDTV
XDSPHS
72
DSPCR0
71
DSPCR1
70
DSPCR2
69
DSPCR3
68
HP 100 OUT
R0
R860
R861
22
22
22
:CHIP
:CHIP
:CHIP
A0
A1
A2
R864
R2
2.3
VSS
C837
0.01
B:CHIP
235
AVSSDTV
236
DTVCIN4
237
DTVCIN3
238
DTVCIN2
239
DTVCIN1
240
DTVCIN0
VDD2
65
64
DSPCR6
63
DSPCR7
62
DSPCB0
61
RB011
150
2
3
4
7
8
9
10
12
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
28
31
33
34
35
36
37
38
40
42
44
45
47
49
51
52
54
56
58
59
22
:CHIP
R868
22
:CHIP
R869
22
:CHIP
R870
22
:CHIP
D20
D21
D22
D23
R871
22
:CHIP
43
1.3
:CHIP
R7
1.4
DSPCB1
1.4
DSPCB3
1.1
57
DSPCB2
DSPCB4
1.3
-0.1
3.1
55
DSPCB5
VSS
VDD2
1.6
53
1.3
DSPCB6
1.2
DSPCB7
1.1
1.2
DSPY1
50
DSPY0
1.0
1.7
DSPY3
48
DSPY2
0.9
DSPY5
46
DSPY4
1.1
DSPY6
0.8
2.3
-0.1
VSS
43
DSPY7
1.1
1.2
DRCYIN0
41
VDD1
-0.1
1.1
DRCYIN2
39
DRCYIN1
2.3
1.3
OVSS1
DRCDCLK
0.6
VDD1
1.7
DRCYIN3
0.9
DRCYIN4
0.8
1.1
DRCYIN6
32
DRCYIN5
-0.1
30
DRCYIN7
1.4
1.7
DRCCRIN0
29
VSS
1.7
DRCCRIN1
2.3
1.7
DRCCRIN3
26
DRCCRIN2
VDD1
2.0
24
1.9
DRCCRIN4
1.1
1.7
DRCCRIN6
22
DRCCRIN5
1.4
-0.1
DRCCBIN0
20
DRCCRIN7
3.1
1.6
18
VSS
VDD2
DRCCBIN1
1.6
16
1.5
DRCCBIN2
DRCCBIN3
1.6
14
1.5
DRCCBIN5
13
DRCCBIN4
1.6
1.3
1.3
DRCCBIN7
11
DRCCBIN6
0.0
XDRCHS
0.1
XDRCVS
-0.1
VSS
3.1
6
DTVHSYNC
-0.1
-0.1
DTVCLKOUT
5
VDD2
-0.1
-0.1
DTVYCLVL
DTVCLAMP
-0.1
DTVPHLD
DTVVSYNC
1
:CHIP
22
R6
-0.1
R2823
# :CHIP
22
R866
R867
0.1
C803
10
16V
:AL-CP
R865
D19
R5
-0.1
EMI
:CHIP
R4
-0.1
+2.5V
22
D18
66
DSPCR5
:CHIP
D17
R3
-0.1
DSPCR4
22
RB012
150
C813
0.01
B:CHIP
67
-0.1
R840
0
:CHIP
R863
C841
0.01
B:CHIP
R1
-0.1
15
20
22
A10
23
A11
:CHIP
D16
0.7
FL801
CKD510JB1A105ST
G
:CHIP
22
SDDQM1
VP 100 OUT
-0.1
G
C801
10
16V
:AL-CP
22
R859
DPIC SW
DSPCLK
-0.1
+2.5V
R858
-0.1
EMI
J
X801
O 54MHz
R802
22 :CHIP
-0.1
R839
#
:CHIP
C802
0.01
B:CHIP
CRYSTAL
VD
CO
A12
R862
-0.1
R838
#
:CHIP
FL805
CKD510JB1A105ST
21
G
C814
0.01
B:CHIP
:CHIP
24
VDD1
22
25
78
R857
26
VSS
C852
0.01
B:CHIP
27
79
R804
10k
:CHIP
-0.1
2.7
CS
28
DSPCLK
-0.1
:CHIP
RAS
FL810
CKD510JB1A105ST
-0.1
R2817
0
:CHIP
C836
#
CH:CHIP
DTVCLKIN
-0.1
R2816
#
:CHIP
C835
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
VSS
223
80
22
:CHIP
31
R827
15
:RN-CP
222
XTST
R856
C851
0.01
B:CHIP
22
32
I
R2806
22
:RN-CP
R835
68
:RN-CP
VDD1
R806
10k
:RN-CP
R855
33
R2803
10
:RN-CP
R826
390
:RN-CP
221
-0.1
FL806
CKD510JB1A105ST
C834
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
81
0.0
34
R2805
68
:RN-CP
82
DXT2OUT
CAS
35
R2802
68
:RN-CP
R825
56
:RN-CP
C850
0.01
B:CHIP
R834
120
:RN-CP
AVCCDSP
:CHIP
36
R2804
100
:RN-CP
DTVYIN4
22
37
R2824
#
R2801
120
:RN-CP
DTVYIN5
220
R854
C848
4700p
B:CHIP
38
G
A5V-1
219
2.7
39
:CHIP
R2807
#
83
WE
:CHIP
40
0
DSPLPFO
R808
#
R807
270
:RN-CP
-0.1
EMI
R2810
DTVYIN6
2.3
R2822
0
:CHIP
ANREF2
218
-0.1
ANREF1
H
84
2.9
22
41
:CHIP
DSPLPFI
SDDQM0
R853
42
0
DTVYIN7
R941
0
:CHIP
EMI
R2809
217
-0.1
R2815
0
:CHIP
R2808
#
85
G
+2.5V
86
EMI
V SUB AD
AVSSSD
AVSSDSP
-0.1
-0.1
R852
22
:CHIP
G
R2812
#
:CHIP
R2813
0
:CHIP
R2814
#
:CHIP
R833
#
:CHIP
EMI
-0.1
V SUB IN
C815
0.01
B:CHIP
FL808
CKD510JB1A105ST
G
87
14
1.0
AVCCSD
60
DQ11
VSSQ
VCCQ
0.9
DQ10
DQ5
2.8
DQ6
-0.1
IC802
MB81F643242B-10
S-DRAM
DQ9
VCCQ
VSSQ
0.0
DQ8
DQ7
0.0
N.C.
N.C.
3.1
VSS
VCC
0.0
DQM1
DQM0
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
0.0
N.C.
0.0
A12
1.4
A11
0.0
A10
0.0
A0
0.0
A1
2.3
A2
0.0
DQM2
3.1
VCC
0.0
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
CLK
CKE
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
DQM3
VSS
N.C.
1.4
DQ16
DQ31
0.0
VSSQ
VCCQ
-0.1
DQ17
DQ30
0.9
DQ18
DQ29
3.1
VCCQ
VSSQ
3.1
DQ19
DQ28
-0.1
DQ20
DQ27
-0.1
VSSQ
VCCQ
1.5
DQ21
DQ26
1.3
DQ22
DQ25
3.1
VCCQ
VSSQ
1.0
DQ23
DQ24
3.1
VCC
VSS
R897
22
:CHIP
D13
R896
22
:CHIP
R895
22
:CHIP
D11
R894
22
:CHIP
D10
81
82
83
84
85
86
DQ12
0.0
D14
D12
80
DQ4
3.1
R849
:CHIP
R850
:CHIP
22
X802
17.28MHz
1.1
G
FB802
0UH
1.9
MB81F643242B
210
1.1
R832
#
:CHIP
C817
12p
CH:CHIP
C816
0.01
B:CHIP
2.3
VCCQ
VSSQ
DQ3
D4
R848
:CHIP
22
SDA-MID
93
IICSDA
ANCRIN
D3
79
94
IICSCL
DQ13
78
-0.1
1.1
DQ14
1.0
0.1
R847
22 :CHIP
FB801
0UH
DQ2
77
C829
0.01
B:CHIP
0
95
IICCKSEL
DQ1
D2
:CHIP
76
R831
#
:CHIP
D1
R846
:CHIP
22
R893
22
:CHIP
D9
R892
22
:CHIP
D8
R891
22
:CHIP
75
R813
:CHIP
R812
10k
:CHIP
2.3
U SUB AD
22
R898
74
AVSSAD3
96
73
207
97
72
AVCCAD3
98
MST
TMODENB
D15
R890
22
:CHIP
C844
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
70
206
XSM
-0.1
69
VDOCLAMP
VSSQ
0.8
SDCLKIN
22
R889
:CHIP
SDCLK
68
XOSDVS
205
R845
22 :CHIP
SDCKE
67
XOSDHS
204
DQ15
3.1
66
203
-0.1
R824
:CHIP
VDOCLAMP
VSS
1.4
65
-0.1
VCCQ
64
R816
10k
:CHIP
R815
10k
:CHIP
R814
10k
:CHIP
DQ0
63
99
VCC
D0
R844
:CHIP
62
10k
Y SUB AD
SDDAT31
XVDOHS
22
61
202
R823
10k
:CHIP
D31
71
D30
100
60
SDDAT30
A9
R888
22
:CHIP
A8
R887
22
:CHIP
A7
R886
22
:CHIP
A6
R885
22
:CHIP
A5
R884
22
:CHIP
A4
R883
22
:CHIP
A3
R882
22
:CHIP
R881
22
:CHIP
D31
R879
22
:CHIP
D30
R878
22
:CHIP
D29
R877
22
:CHIP
D28
R876
22
:CHIP
D27
R875
D26
R874
22
:CHIP
D25
R873
22
:CHIP
D24
R872
22
:CHIP
59
XVDOHS
3.1
VDD1 101
0.0
0.2
58
XVDOVS
D3.3V-MID
G
R880
22
:CHIP
57
VPDTEST
201
EMI
C849
0.01
B:CHIP
56
200
FL804
CKD510JB1A105ST
D29
C819
0.01
B:CHIP
1
R822
:CHIP
0
VP SUB IN
C839
0.01
B:CHIP
55
103
VSS 102
54
SDDAT29
53
*
2
XRESET
3
VSS
199
4
198
5
C827
B:CHIP
9
5
4
0.01
104
0.0
C853
0.0033
50%
R899
10k
:CHIP
F
C828
#
C854
0.1
25V
IC803
PST9120NL
RESET
3
2
1
R979
0
:CHIP
SDDAT28
52
IC801
CXD9509Q
MID-X
-0.1
51
VDD1
6
197
D28
7
XRST
C840
100
6.3V
:AL-CP
D27
2.3
50
105
49
106
SDDAT27
48
SDDAT26
1.3
47
VDOCLKOUT
22 :CHIP
C842
0.01
B:CHIP
46
OVDD11
196
45
195
8
R821
#
VDO CLK OUT
44
VDOCLKIN
10
194
R800
#
:CHIP
OVDD22
1.4
13
11
R2811
#
12
1k
VDOLPFO
13
#
189
16
R820
VDOLPFI
2.2
R819
C1
AVSSPLL
188
17
C2
187
2.2
:CHIP
18
0
19
R818
C820
0.01
B:CHIP
VSS 115
AVCCPLL
29
0.22
D19
2.3
30
0.01
VDO CLK IN
175
C822
0.01
B:CHIP
1.1
C4
E
VDOCIN6
176
R817
27
:RN-CP
1.1
C5
SUB Y/C
VDOCIN7
182
177
1.1
C6
D
181
178
VDOYIN3
1.1
C7
179
0.0
:CHIP
VDOYIN0
0
VDOYIN1
180
R939
1.1
172
C
1.2
D8
D9
173
VDOYIN5
C824
0.01
B:CHIP
-0.1
Y6
Y7
Y5
Y4
Y2
Y3
Y0
Y1
BLK015A
C823
0.01
B:CHIP
C843
0.01
B:CHIP
C808
0.01
B:CHIP
D3.3V-MID
EMI
DB7
CB7
DB6
CB6
DB5
CB5
DB4
CB4
DB3
CB3
DB2
CB2
DB1
CB1
DB0
CB0
DSP Y/CR/CB
DRCDCLK
B1
B0
B3
B2
B6
B4
RB009
150
RB010
150
HDMID
FL803
CKD510JB1A105ST
RB016
22
:CHIP
B5
MEMORY
B7
G1
G0
G3
RB008
150
G2
RB007
150
G5
D OUT
G4
C812
0.01
B:CHIP
G6
C811
0.01
B:CHIP
G7
Y0
Y2
Y1
Y3
Y4
Y6
Y5
Y7
CR0
CR1
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
CR6
CR7
CB0
CB2
CB1
CB4
CB3
R2819
#
:CHIP
CB5
K
R2818
0
:CHIP
R801
22
:CHIP
R2820
0
:CHIP
CB7
FL802
CKD510JB1A105ST
+2.5V
CB6
C804
10
16V
:AL-CP
C810
0.01
B:CHIP
C809
0.01
B:CHIP
R2821
#
:CHIP
G
VDMID
EMI
L
M
N
+2.5V
RB015
22
:CHIP
DR7
CR7
DR6
CR6
DR5
CR5
DR4
CR4
DR3
CR3
DR2
CR2
DR1
CR1
DR0
CR0
G
C806
0.01
B:CHIP
C807
10
16V
:AL-CP
MAINCHIP
RB014
22
:CHIP
RB013
22
:CHIP
DY7
Y7
DY6
Y6
DY5
Y5
DY4
Y4
DY3
Y3
DY2
Y2
DY1
Y1
DY0
Y0
RB018
22
:CHIP
RB017
22
:CHIP
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
R-951-974
O
B-SSS10133-HK.-B3(P4).-ES29
Schematic diagram
? B3
(3/6) board
Schematic diagram
– 137 –
B3
(4/6) board /
– 138 –
– 139 –
– 140 –
28
29
30
(11) Schematic Diagram of B3 (5/6) Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
A
B3 BOARD IC901 CXD2309Q
D3.3V-MID
D5V
Q904
2SK2036(TE85L)
LEVEL SHIFT
R913
#
R915
#
R914
4.7k
:CHIP
R916
4.7k
:CHIP
R952
2.2k
:CHIP
(LSB) R0
R951
2.2k
:CHIP
3.1
SDA
SDA-MID
R944
0
:CHIP
R4 5
Q905
2SK2036(TE85L)
LEVEL SHIFT
R911
1k
:CHIP
S
0.0
6LSB'S
CURRENT
CELLS
40 AVDD
81
VM-AMP
0.0
B8 29
DECODER
CLOCK
GENERATOR
(MSB) B9 30
76
C909
47mF
16V
38 VG
75
BCK 33
B-INT
VB 35
0.0
R975
#
0.0
C952
#
DVSS 34
0.0
D901
#
R976
#
0.0
C953
#
0.0
G
0.0
R977
#
0.0
HP SUB IN
0.0
VP SUB IN
4.8
R978
#
4.8
B3 BOARD IC902 MB94918-AG3M1D
0.0
0.0
0.6
X0
X1
R933
100
:CHIP
4.8
Main Clock
Generator
56
-0.1
55
VP-MAIN
R934
100
:CHIP
53
MID BUSY
52
R928
#
0.1
50
2.3
0.0
1.6
49
48
0.0
47
46
45 RST
41 GND
R935
10k
:CHIP
0.0
4.8
R938
100
:CHIP
0.0
40 BS-REC
0.0
39 BS-LED
0.0
38
37
0.0
0.0
36
0.0
32
31
0.0
51
-0.1
35
PXI
-0.1
0.0
SS2FH
54
XBINT
-0.1
VP MAIN IN
-0.1
R937
100
:CHIP
L
C912
#
:CHIP
C911
#
:CHIP
4.8
RST
4
3
-0.1
R936
470
:CHIP
IC904
PST9145NL
RESET IC
C913
0.01
50V
Ext-Bus Control
C914
10mF
16V
PA1/RMC1
RMC
PA0/SI
2
PORT ø~4
RAM
UART
RAM
S10
P97/S0
P97/SCK
P97/STB
P97/XCS
2
2
PORT 9
Interrupt
Controller
2
EXT. INT
PMW0~3
L. P. F. ( 3)
N
B-SSS10133-HK.-B3(P5)-ES29
P64/EC3
P60/T001/EI00
P61/T301/E101
P62/OC0/EI10
P63/OC1/EI11
8/16bit Capture
Timer/Counter
( 4)
P93/PWM0
P92/PWM1
P91/PWM2
P90/PWM3
PMW4~7
PORT 8
12
CGROM
VRAM
( 2)
2
16bit Timer ( 2)
– 143 –
8bit A/DC
OSDC
AN0~7
Sub Clock
Generator
PORT 7
P70/Hsync
P71/Hsync
PORT 6
– 142 –
PA5/SCL1
PA4/SCL0
PA3/SDA1
PA2/SDA0
8bit PWM ( 8)
P67/EC0
P66/EC1
P65/EC2
– 141 –
12C
2
2
XRST5
PA7/SCL2
PA6/SDA2
2
2
M
12C
ROM
P54
P53
P52/USCK
P51/US0
P50/USI
-0.1
#
2
X901
P07-00/DB 7-0
P17-10/DB15-5
P27-20/AB 8-1
P37-30/AB18-9
P40/A17
P41/A23
P42/XLB
P43/XHB
P44/XWRS
P45/XRDS
P46/CLK
P47/WAIT
CL0
CL1
PORT A
System Clock Control & Bus Mode Control
PORT 5
5
1
VCC
2
C910
0.001
50V
0.0
0.0
XRST
MOD0
MOD1
Sub Clock
Generator
CPU
4.8
BEEP
BCH-SW
36 IREF
4.8
stop
BCH-VSYNC
37 VREF
–
+
CURRENT CELLS
(FOR FULL SCALE)
Clock
BCH-HSYNC
BIAS VOLTAGE
GENERATOR
XD0T
UV2-H
DVDD 48
C951
#
D0T
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
ST2
UV1-H
61
BILIN2
OSD-VSYNC
60
UV1-MON0
OSD-HSYNC
59
ST1
OSD-YS
L908
#
0.0
I
B
G
R
80
79
0.0
39 AVDD
B7 28
C954
0.01
50V
77
78
B6 27
0.0
41 AVDD
P74/IOUT
P75/BOUT
P76/GOUT
P77/ROUT
0.0
0.0
82
OSD-G
58
BILIN1
K
(DRC, MID, DRC/MID CONTROLLER)
LATCHES
DECODER
57
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
OSD-CS
4.8
4.8
CHR-BUSY
34
PLL ENABLE
4.8
CHR-RST
IC902
MB94918-AG3MID
SUB MICRO
CONTROLLER
0.0
33 NVM-WP
0.0
R953
0
:CHIP
UV2-MONO
19
0.0
BS/DEC-SW2
20
0.0
BS/DEC-SW1
21
0.0
Y/C-SW2
22
J
SUB-BUSY
23
0.0
0.0
OSD-R
OSD-B
24
0.0
NV-RST
25
0.0
AFT1
0.0
4.8
26
0.0
AFT2
0.0
27
0.0
ANT
DEC-IN
28
0.0
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