TDVD2.1E - Index of
Colour Television
Chassis
TDVD2.1E
AA
CL 36532059_000.eps
050803
Contents
Page
1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis
Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
5
3. Directions for Use
7
4. Mechanical Instructions
15
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 16
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
Block Diagram
19
I2C Bus Interconnection Diagram
20
Chassis Diagram
20
Supply Voltage Diagram
21
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Diagram
Main Panel: Tuner
(A1) 22
Main Panel: EEPROM
(A2) 22
Main Panel: Audio Amplifier
(A3) 22
Main Panel: Vertical
(A4) 23
Main Panel: Video Processor
(A5) 23
Main Panel: DVD AV
(A6) 24
Main Panel: DVD OUT
(A8) 24
Main Panel: Keyboard
(A10) 24
Main Panel: SCART
(A11) 24
Main Panel: u-Controller
(A7) 25
Main Panel: Power Supply
(A9) 26
Main Panel: Horizontal
(A12) 27
Picture Tube Panel
(B) 30
LED Panel
(C) 31
Front AV Panel
(D) 31
Line Out Panel
(E) 32
Mains Switch Panel
(F) 32
Contents
Page
8. Alignments
9. Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
List of Abbreviations
IC Data Sheets
10. Spare Parts List
11. Revision List
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1.
TDVD2.1E AA
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Index of this chapter:
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connection/Control Facilities
1.3 Chassis Overview
1.1
Technical Specifications
1.1.1
Reception
1.2
Connection/Control Facilities
1.2.1
TV Side Connections and Front Control
FRONT CONTROL
PHILIPS
- VOLUME +
Tuning System
Colour Systems
Sound System
A/V Connections
Channel Selections
IF Frequency
Aerial Input
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
PLL
PAL
SECAM
2SC BG
NICAM BGDKIL
NTSC 3.58
NTSC 4.43
100 presets
UVSH
B/G, D/K, L: 38.9 MHz
L': 33.4 MHz
I: 39.5 MHz
75 Ohm
- PROGRAM +
IR
Receiver
SIDE I/O
3.5
AUDIO R
VIDEO
AUDIO L
CL 36532059_001.eps
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Figure 1-1 Side connections and Front control
1.1.2
DVD module
Disc formats
Rotational speed
Data transfer rate
Avg. access time
Data buffer capacity
1.1.3
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
CD Audio
MP3 Audio
DVD Audio
CD (R/RW)
CVD
(S) VCD
DVCD
DVD (+R/RW)
DVD (-R/RW)
DVD-Video
3.9 - 5.5 x CD
1.6 - 2.4 x DVD
2216 - 3324 kB/s for
DVD
: 672 - 947 kB/s for CD
: 320 ms (DVD). 420
ms (CD) typical
: 256 Kbytes
Cinch (Input)
1 - CVBS
2 - Audio - L
3 - Audio - R
1 Vpp / 75 Ω
0.5 Vrms / 10 kΩ
0.5 Vrms / 10 kΩ
Mini Jack: Headphone - Out
- Headphone
32 - 600 Ω / 10 mW
1.2.2
jq
jq
jq
rt
TV Rear Connections
REAR CONNECTIONS
A/L A/R PCM
EURO-AV
CL 26532120_002.eps
251002
Miscellaneous
Figure 1-2 Rear connections
Audio Output (RMS)
Mains Voltage
Mains Frequency
Power Consumption
Standby Power Consumption
:
:
:
:
:
2x3W
150 - 240 V (± 10 %)
50 (± 5 %)
50 W
<3W
Aerial - In
- IEC - type
Coax, 75 Ω
Cinch (Output)
1 - Audio - L
2 - Audio - R
3 - Digital Audio
0.5 Vrms / 1 kΩ
0.5 Vrms / 1 kΩ
SPDIF
D
kq
kq
kq
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Euro AV
1
21
2
20
CL96532137_056.eps
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Figure 1-3 SCART connector
1.2.3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
- Audio - R
- Audio - R
- Audio - L
- Audio
- Blue
- Audio - L
- Blue
- CVBS-status
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
- Green
- Green
- Red
- CVBS status
- Red
- RGB status
17
18
19
20
21
- CVBS
- RGB status
- CVBS-out
- CVBS-in
- Shielding
0.5 Vrms / 1 kOhm
0.5 Vrms / 10 kOhm
0.5 Vrms / 1 kOhm
Ground
Ground
0.5 Vrms / 10 kOhm
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
0 - 1.3 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
Ground
k
j
k
H
H
j
j
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
j
Ground
Ground
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 Ohm
Ground
Ground
1 Vpp / 75 Ohm
1 Vpp / 75 Ohm
Ground
H
H
j
H
j
H
H
k
j
H
DVD Module Connections
DC Power Connector (CN1)
1 - Supply voltage
+ 12 V
2 - Ground
GND
3 S
- upply voltage
+ 3.3 V
4 - Ground (analogue)
A-GND
5 - Ground (digital)
D-GND
6 - Supply voltage
+5V
7 - Power Control
Active high
A/V and DAIC Output (CN6)
1 - R/R (PCM3) Rear Right Audio (Audio Data 3)
2 - AGND
Audio Ground
3 - R/L (PCM2) Rear Left Audio (Audio Data 2)
4 - CEN (PCM1) Centre Audio (Audio Data 1)
5 - A-GND
Audio Ground
6 - S/W (PCM0) Sub Woofer (Audio Data 0)
7 - F/R (SCK)
Front Right Audio (System clock)
8 - AGND
Audio Ground
9 - F/L (BCK)
Front Left Audio (Audio bit clock)
10 - MUTE (LRCK) Mute for Audio (Audio L/Rch clock)
11 - SPDIF
Digital Audio
12 - D-GND
Digital Ground
13 - CVBS
1 Vpp / 75 Ohm
14 - VGND
Video Ground
15 - Y
1 Vpp / 75 Ohm
16 - VGND
Video Ground
17 - C
0.3 Vpp / 75 Ohm
18 - VGND
Video Ground
19 - G(Y)
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
20 - B(Cb)
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
21 - R(Cr)
0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm
22 - VGND
Video Ground
23 - VID_S/W
Video switching
24 - TV_S/W
TV switching
25 - MODE1
SCL or TXD
26 - MODE2
SDA or RXD
H
H
H
k
H
k
k
H
k
k
H
k
k
k
H
k
H
k
H
k
H
k
k
k
H
k
k
k
k
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1.
EN 3
Slave Interface Connector (CN7)
1 - INTOR
2 - GND
3 - VDATAIN
4 - VDATAOUT
5 - VCLK
6 - VSTB
k
H
k
k
k
k
External A/V Interface Connector(CN8)
1 - POWER
2 - STOP
3 - EJECT
4 - LED1
5 - NEXT
6 - BACK
7 - PLAY
8 - LED2
9 - EXT_IF_!
10 - EXT_IN_2
11 - Ground
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
H
EN 4
1.3
1.
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Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Chassis Overview
B
CRT PANEL
DVD ENGINE
F
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
TUNER
A1
C
LED PANEL
EEPROM
A2
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
A3
VERTICAL
A4
VIDEO PROCESSOR
A5
DVD AV
A6
µ-CONTROLLER
A7
DVD OUT
A8
POWER SUPPLY
A9
D
SIDE AV PANEL
MAIN
CHASSIS
PANEL
E
LINE OUT PANEL
SCART
A10
KEYBOARD
A11
HORIZONTAL
A12
CL 36532059_002.eps
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Figure 1-4 PWB location
Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
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2.
EN 5
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
Output Power
Index of this chapter:
2.1 Safety Instructions
2.2 Maintenance Instructions
2.3 Warnings
2.4 Notes
2.1
Beam divergence
Safety Instructions
Safety regulations require that during a repair:
• Due to the chassis concept, a part of the circuitry is 'hot'.
Therefore, connect the set to the mains via an isolation
transformer.
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
• Wear safety goggles when you replace the CRT.
Safety regulations require that after a repair, you must return
the set in its original condition. Pay, in particular, attention to
the following points:
• General repair instruction: as a strict precaution, we advise
you to re-solder the solder connections through which the
horizontal deflection current is flowing. In particular this is
valid for the:
1. Pins of the line output transformer (LOT).
2. Fly-back capacitor(s).
3. S-correction capacitor(s).
4. Line output transistor.
5. Pins of the connector with wires to the deflection coil.
6. Other components through which the deflection current
flows.
Note: This re-soldering is advised to prevent bad connections
due to metal fatigue in solder connections, and is therefore only
necessary for television sets more than two years old.
• Route the wire trees and EHT cable correctly and secure
them with the mounted cable clamps.
• Check the insulation of the mains cord for external
damage.
• Check the strain relief of the mains cord for proper function,
to prevent the cord from touching the CRT, hot
components, or heat sinks.
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the mains plug
and the secondary side (only for sets that have an isolated
power supply). Do this as follows:
1. Unplug the mains cord and connect a wire between the
two pins of the mains plug.
2. Turn on the main power switch (keep the mains cord
unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
mains plug and the metal shielding of the tuner or the
aerial connection of the set. The reading should be
between 4.5 MΩ and 12 MΩ.
4. Switch the TV 'off' and remove the wire between the
two pins of the mains plug.
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent the possibility of
the customer touching any internal parts.
2.1.1
: 20 mW (DVD+RW
writing)
: 0.8 mW (DVD
reading)
: 0.3 mW (VCD/CD
reading)
: 60 degree
Figure 2-1
Note: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedure other than those specified herein, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
2.2
Maintenance Instructions
We recommend a maintenance inspection carried out by
qualified service personnel. The interval depends on the usage
conditions:
• When a customer uses the set under normal
circumstances, for example in a living room, the
recommended interval is three to five years.
• When a customer uses the set in an environment with
higher dust, grease, or moisture levels, for example in a
kitchen, the recommended interval is one year.
• The maintenance inspection includes the following actions:
1. Perform the 'general repair instruction' noted above.
2. Clean the power supply and deflection circuitry on the
chassis.
3. Clean the picture tube panel and the neck of the picture
tube.
2.3
Warnings
2.3.1
General
•
In order to prevent damage to ICs and transistors, avoid all
high voltage flashovers. In order to prevent damage to the
picture tube, use the method shown in Fig. 2-2, to
discharge the picture tube. Use a high voltage probe and a
multi-meter (position VDC). Discharge until the meter
reading is 0 V (after approx. 30 s).
V
Laser Safety
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel may
remove the cover, or attempt to service this device (due to
possible eye injury).
CL96532156_040.eps
140501
Laser Device Unit
Type
Wavelength
: Semiconductor laser
GaAlAs
: 650 nm (DVD)
: 780 nm (VCD/CD)
Figure 2-2 Discharge picture tube
•
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD, symbol w). Careless
handling during repair can reduce life drastically. Make
EN 6
•
•
•
•
2.3.2
2.
TDVD2.1E AA
Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
sure that, during repair, you are connected with the same
potential as the mass of the set by a wristband with
resistance. Keep components and tools also at this
potential. Available ESD protection equipment:
– Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband,
connection box, extension cable and ground cable)
4822 310 10671.
– Wristband tester 4822 344 13999.
Together with the deflection unit and any multi-pole unit,
flat square picture tubes form an integrated unit. The
deflection and the multi-pole units are set optimally at the
factory. We do not recommend adjusting this unit during
repair.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section and on the picture tube.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is 'on’.
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable.
Laser
•
•
•
•
The use of optical instruments with this product, will
increase eye hazard.
Only qualified service personnel may remove the cover or
attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury.
Repair handling should take place as much as possible
with a disc loaded inside the player.
Text below is placed inside the unit, on the laser cover
shield:
CAUTION VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATI ON WHEN OPEN AVO ID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
ADVARSEL SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING VED ÅBNING UNDGÅ UDSÆTTELSE FOR STRÅLING
! ÅPNES UNNGÅ EKSPONERING FOR STRÅLEN
ADVARSEL SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING NÅR DEKSEL
VARNING SYNLIG OCH OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPNAD BETRAKTA EJ STRÅLEN
VARO! AVATT AESSA OLET ALTTIINA NÄKYVÄLLE JA NÄKYMÄTT ÖMÄLLE LASER SÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KAT SO SÄT EESEEN
VORSICHT SICHTBARE UND UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETSEN
DANGER VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATI ON WHEN OPEN AVO ID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM
AT TENTION RAYO NNEMENT LASER VISIBLE ET INVISIBLE EN CAS D'OUVERTURE EXPOSITION DANGEREUSE AU FAISCEAU
Figure 2-3
2.4
Notes
•
•
•
•
•
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
on the tested area of circuitry.
The voltages and waveforms shown in the diagrams are
indicative. Measure them in the Service Default Mode (see
chapter 5) with a colour bar signal and stereo sound (L: 3
kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and picture carrier
at 475.25 MHz (PAL) or 61.25 MHz (NTSC, channel 3).
Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation (G) and in standby (F). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
The picture tube panel has printed spark gaps. Each spark
gap is connected between an electrode of the picture tube
and the Aquadag coating.
The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in
the parts lists, are interchangeable per position with the
semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
indication on these semiconductors.
Directions for Use
3. Directions for Use
You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com
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3.
EN 7
The television has 6 keys located on the front
of the set.
The keys on the TV set
• Insert the aerial plug into the : socket at
the rear of the set.
If you are using an indoor aerial, reception may be
difficult in certain conditions.You can sometime improve
reception by rotating the aerial. If the reception
remains poor, you will need to use an external aerial.
• Insert the mains plug into a wall socket
(220-240 V / 50 Hz).
Connections
‘
“
The ; key switches the TV set on and off.
The fl key opens and closes the DVD player.
The VOLUME - + (-”+) keys adjust the
sound.
The - + select the programmes.
To access the menus simultaneously press the
” - and ” + keys.The P - + keys select a
setting and the ” - + keys make adjustments.
To quit the menu displayed, press and keep
pressed the two keys ” - and ” +.
Note: when the childlock is active, the keys are
deactivated (see p. 7).
T
To switch on the set, press the on/off key.
A red indicator comes on and the screen
lights up. If the television remains in standby
mode, press P # on the remote control.
The indicator will flashe when you use the remote
control.
Switching on
Insert the two R6-type batteries (supplied)
making sure that they are the right way round.
Check that the mode selector is set to TV.
The batteries supplied with this appliance do not
contain mercury or nickel cadmium. If you have
access to a recycling facility, please do not discard
your used batteries (if in doubt, consult your dealer).
When the batteries are replaced, use the same type.
Remote control
* Only available on stereo versions
Selection of EXT sockets
Press several times to select EXT
and AV (p. 13).
TV: Sound mode *
Changes Stereo and Nicam
Stereo transmissions into Mono
or for bilingual transmissions to
choose between Dual I or Dual II.
DVD: choice of language
(p. 11)
Mute
Mute or bring back sound.
Volume
To adjust the sound level
Cursor
These four keys navigate the menus.
Menu
To call or close menus
Stop, Eject (p. 10)
Rewind and fast forward (p. 10)
DVD keys (p. 10, 12)
TV: teletext keys (p.8)
TV: Information Screen
To display / hide the programme
number, name (if there is one) sound
mode *, and the time remaining on
the timer.
DVD: Info. on playing (p.10)
-
Ø
0
8
5
4
7
2
-
ª
∫
¢
P
Á
9
6
3
TV/DVD
-
+
OK
Ʈ
∏
›
[
1
ù
Audio
”
+
MENU
Êfl
Ó
Ÿ
Skip
A-B
Fast
¤
Clear
Ω
Repeat
™
Ë
DVD Menu
.
Subtitle
Zoom
Mark
Search
3
Previous programme
To access the previously displayed
programme
Numerical keys
Direct access to the programmes.
For a two digit programme, enter
the second digit before the dash
disappears.
Picture and sound settings
Accesses a series of picture and
sound settings.
The position PERSONAL corresponds
to the settings stored in the menus.
TV / DVD mode
To switch between TV or DVD
mode (p. 10).
Programme selection
To access the next or previous
programme. For certain programmes,
the title of the programme will be
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Validation
Play, pause (p. 10)
Change track (p. 10)
16:9 format
To select different screen formats.
TV: Call teletext (p. 8)
DVD : disc menu (p. 10)
Standby
Lets you place the TV set in standby.
To turn on the TV, press @ P #,
b, 0 to 9.
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5 cm
Place your TV on a solid, stable surface, leaving
a space of at least 5 cm around the appliance.
To avoid accidents, do not put anything on the
set such as a cloth or cover, a container full of
liquid (vase) or a heat source (lamp).The set
must not be exposed to water.
5 cm
5 cm
Positioning the television set
The remote control keys
3.
é
&
Installing your television set
EN 8
Directions for Use
INSTALLATION
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
Country
GB
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
INSTALLATION
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
Country
GB
Auto Store Store
Manual Store
Sort
INSTALLATION
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
Country
GB
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sortrt
é Select the INSTALLATION menu with the
cursor then the Sort menu .
“ Select the programme you want to move with
the îÏ keys and press ¬.
‘ Then use the îÏ keys to choose the new
number and confirm with È.
( Repeat steps “ and ‘ as many times as
required to move the programmes.
§ To exit the menus, press H several times.
é Select Auto store (Ï) and press ¬ to start
the automatic search of the programmes
available in your region.The search takes
several minutes. Finally the Sort menu appears
automatically. If the programmes found have
not been correctly numbered, use the Sort
menu to renumber them (see below).
If no picture is found see Tips (p. 14).
“ If you want to exit the menus, press H
several times.
é Use the îÏ keys on the remote to select
INSTALLATION then confirm with u.
“ Language : use the Ȭ keys to choose
your language.
‘ Select Country (Ï) and use the Ȭ keys
to choose your country (GB for Great Britain).
This setting is used for the search, automatic
sorting of the programmes and teletext display.
If your country does not appear in the list,
select the choice ”. . .”
( If you want to exit the menus press H
several times.
Program
Name
System
Search
Fine Tune
Store
Manual Store
01
----EUROPE
671 MHz
DVD SETUP
TV aspect
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Password
The DVD menu appears and the TV set switches
to DVD mode. Use the îÏ keys to select a
setting and u to confirm, enter or leave
submenus.
“ TV aspect : to select the required screen
format.
‘ Audio: to select the preferred language of the
DVD film sound track.
If the preferred language is available on the disk it
will be selected by default. Otherwise the first
language of the disk will be activated.
IMAGE
SOUND
AUTRES MENUS
INSTALLATION
DVD
MENU PRINCIPAL
Use this menu to set the preferences of the
integrated DVD player.
& Press the H key.The MAIN MENU is
displayed on screen.
é Use the îÏ key on the remote to select
DVD SETUP then confirm with u.
DVD player menu
é System : select Europe (automatic detection*)
or according to the versions Western Europe
(BG standard), Eastern Europe (DK
standard), United Kingdom
(I standard) or France (LL’ standard).
* Except for France (LL’ standard), you must select
the choice France.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu is used to store the programmes
one at a time or to add a programme to the
existing list.
& Press the H key to display the MAIN MENU.
Select INSTALLATION with the cursor then the
manual store menu then press u.
Manual store
5
( Subtitle: to select the preferred subtitle
language of the DVD films.
§ Disk Menu : to define the preferred language of
the DVD disk menu.
è Parental: to activate parental locking level from
1 (minimum) to 8 (maximum).The off position
deactivates the feature.
Some DVD disks have locking levels (1 to 8),
sometimes with replacement scenes. For example,
if you choose Level 4, all the scenes of level 4 (and
lower) will be played. Scenes with a higher level will
not be played or replaced with replacement
scenes. If the disk does not have any replacement
scene, it stops playing and you have to enter the
four figure Password.
! Passworld: to change password. First key in
your old password, then key your new
password. Confirm by keying it a second time.
if you have forgotten your password press Ê four
times.
ç Press H. several times to exit the menus
“ Search: press ¬.The search starts. Once a
programme is found, the scanning stops. Go to
the next step. If you know the frequency of the
required programme, enter its number directly
with the 0 to 9 keys.
If no picture is found, consult the possible solutions
(p. 14).
‘ Fine tuning: if the reception is not satisfactory,
adjust using the Ȭkeys.
( Programme: enter the desired number with
the keys Ȭ or 0 to 9.
§ Name: use the Ȭ keys to move around
the name display area (5 characters) and the
îÏ keys to select the characters.
When the name has been entered press the
È key to exit.
è Store: press ¬.The programme is stored.
! Repeat steps é to è for each programme to
be store.
ç To exit the menus press H several times.
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PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu allow you to change the numbering
of programmes.
& Press the H key.The MAIN MENU is
displayed on the screen.
Programme sort
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu allows you to automatically search
for all the programmes.
& First perform the & à ‘ operations then:
Automatic search
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu can change the display language of
the menus and the country
On the first start up the language menu appears
automatically. Go directly to step “.
& Press the H key.The MAIN MENU is
displayed on the screen.
Choice of language and country
Directions for Use
3.
EN 9
PICTURE
Brightness
---I------Colour
Contrast
Sharpness
Colour Temp.
NR
Normal
Contrast+
OFF
Store
ON
SOUND
Treble
---I------Bass
------I---Balance
-----I----Delta volume
---I------AVL
OFF
Store
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é Use the îÏ keys to select a setting and
the Ȭ keys to adjust.
“ Once the adjustments have been made select
Store and press ¬ to store them.
‘ To quit the menus press H several times.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
& Press H, select SOUND (Ï) and press ¬.
The SOUND sound menu is displayed:
Description of the settings:
• Treble: this alters the high frequency sounds.
• Bass: this alters the low frequency sounds.
• Balance: to balance the sound on the left
and right speakers.
• Delta Volume: this is used to compensate for
any volume discrepancies between the
different programmes or EXT sockets.
This setting is operational for programmes
0 to 40 and the EXT sockets.
• AVL (Automatic Volume Leveler): automatic
volume control which limits increases in sound,
especially on programme change or advertising
slots.
• Store: this is used to store sound settings.
Sleep
Time
Start Time
Stop Time
Pr Nr
Activate
Timer
OFF
-- : --- : --- : -00
OFF
Timer
Childlock
FEATURES
“ You must enter your secret access code.
The first time, key the code 0711 twice.
The menu is displayed.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu lets you block use of the TV set by
locking the keys.
& Press H.
é With the cursor select the FEATURES then
Child Lock:
TV lock
“ Sleep: to select an automatic standby period.
‘ Time: enter the current time.
Note: each time the TV set is turned on, the time will
automatically be updated from the teletext on
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
MAIN MENU
This menu lets you use the TV set as an alarm
clock.
& Press the Hkey.
é With the cursor select the FEATURES menu
then Timer:
Timer function
‘ Switch Child Lock to ON.
( Switch the TV set off and hide the remote.
The TV set cannot be used (it can only be
switched on with the remote).
§ To cancel switch Child Lock to OFF.
è To change the code select New Code and
enter a new 4 figure code. Confirm by
entering a second time.
If you have forgotten your secret code, enter the
universal code 0711 twice.
! Press H several times to exit the menus
ç
!
(
§
è
programme 1. If this programme does not have
teletext, the update will not take place.
Start Time: enter the start time.
Stop Time: enter the stop time.
Programme No.: enter the number of the
desired programme for the wake-up alarm.
Activate: you can set:
• Once for a single alarm,
• Daily for each day,
• Stop to cancel.
Press b to put the TV set in standby. It will
automatically come on at the time
programmed. If you leave the TV set on, it will
just change programmes at the time entered
(and go into standby mode at the Stop Time).
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Sound adjustments (only available in stereo versions)
é Use the îÏ keys to select a setting and
Ȭ keys to adjust.
“ Once the adjustments have been made select
Store and press ¬ to store them.
‘ Press H several times to exit the menus.
PICTURE
SOUND
FEATURES
INSTALLATION
DVD
Description of the adjustmensts:
• Brightness: this changes the picture brilliance.
• Colour: this changes the intensity of the
colour.
• Contrast: this changes the difference
between the light and dark tones.
• Sharpness: this changes the picture
definition
• Colour Temp.: this changes the colour
rendering: Cold (bluer), Normal (balanced) or
Warm (redder).
• NR (Noise Reduction): reduces picture noise
(snow), in the case of difficult reception.
• Contrast+: automatically adjusts contrast of
the picture by making the darkest part of the
picture permanently black.
• Store: to store the picture adjustments.
3.
MAIN MENU
& Press H, select PICTURE and press ¬.The
PICTURE menu appears:
Picture settings
EN 10
Directions for Use
P
Á
5
8
0
4
7
Ø
6
9
2
3
TV/DVD
-
1
ù
Audio
-
+
+
”
OK
MENU
ª
∫
[
†
Ʈ
Clear
¢
Skip
›
¤
DVD Menu
.
Repeat
Ω
Zoom
0
-
9
Certain pages contain sub-pages which are automatically
displayed successively.This key is used to stop or resume
sub-page acquisition.The indication STOP appears top left.
To display or hide the concealed information (games
solutions).
To activate or deactivate screen overlay.
This suspends or restarts teletext display.The televised
programme reappears.This saves waiting when page
searches are long.
Stop subpage
acquisition
Hidden
information
Overlaying
text on the
TV picture
Temporary
suspension
of display
Ó
Ÿ
™
Ω
›
This allows you to display the top or bottom part of the
page and then return to normal size.
Coloured areas are displayed at the bottom of the screen.
The 4 coloured keys are used to access the items or
corresponding pages.
The coloured areas flash when the item or the page is not yet
available.
Enter the number of the page required using the 0 to 9
or @ P # keys. Example: page 120, enter 1 2 0.
The number is displayed top left, the counter turns and
then the page is displayed. Repeat this operation to view
another page.
If the counter continues to search, this means that the page is
not transmitted. Select another number.
Enlarge a
page
Direct
access to
the items
Selecting a
page
This returns you to the contents page (usually page 100).
+
You will obtain:
To call up or exit from teletext. The summary appears
with a list of items that can be accessed. Each item has a
corresponding 3 digit page number.
If the channel selected does not broadcast teletext, the
indication 100 will be displayed and the screen will remain
blank (in this case, exit teletext and select another channel).
Contents
Ë
P
Teletext call
Place the disc in the drawer, with the label
facing upwards. Makes sure that it is positioned
correctly in the recess.
é Inserting the disc
set.
& Opening the drawer
Press the fl key located on the front of the TV
Inserting a disc
9
When the drawer is closed the TV set switches
to DVD mode then the content of the disk is
displayed.
‘ Automatic play
Gently push the drawer or press the fl button
to close.The disk will begin to play.
“ Closing the drawer
Note: Generally, DVD films are not placed on the market at the same time in the various regions of the world.
Accordingly, DVD players are provided with geographical zone codes. If you insert a disc which has a regional
code that is different from that of your reader, you will see a message displayed on the screen.
The disc cannot be played and you will have to remove it.
PICTURE
The built-in DVD player allows you to play DVD video discs, picture CDs (jpeg format) and audio
CDs (including finalised CD-Rs, CD-RWs MP3 CDs).The discs can be recognised by their logo on
the packaging.
Using the built-in DVD player
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Ÿ
-
A-B
Ó
Subtile
Êfl
™
Ë
Fast
Mark
Search
¤
Press :
Teletext is an information system broadcast by certain channels which can be consulted like a
newspaper. It also offers access to subtitles for viewers with hearing problems or who are not familiar
with the transmission language (cable networks, satellite channels, etc.).
Teletext
Directions for Use
3.
EN 11
ª
Menu
Title
Chapter
Audio
Subtile
0
Ø
Æ
9
Á
8
7
6
5
4
3
01/03
02/38
English
English
TV/DVD
-
2
-
1
ù
Audio
P
+
+
”
OK
MENU
[
∫
¢
Ʈ
†
Skip
Clear
›
¤
DVD Menu
.
Repeat
Ω
Zoom
Fast
9
Á
8
0
7
3
Play
Once the disk has been inserted, play begins automatically.The current
track and time are displayed on the screen.
Changing tracks
Use the ¢ ∫ keys to change tracks or the 09 keys to select
the track of your choice.
Note: this function is not available with MP3 audio CDs.
Fast forward and rewind
Press << or >> to fast forward or rewind x2, x4, x8, x16 or x32.
Press Æ to return to normal speed.
Pause / stop / eject
Press ∆ to pause and Æ to resume play. Press Ê to stop and again to
eject
Direct access by time
Press d. Use the 09 keys to enter the exact time from which you
want to restart play.
Playing an MP3 audio CD
MP3 audio CDs allow you store several albums on a single disk.
A navigation menu is displayed on the screen with the list of the
various albums available Use the îÏ keys to make your selection
and the u keys to confirm. Repeat the operation to select the
desired track and start play. The access track appears at the top of the
list. The È key allows you to back up the hierarchy.
Jennifer
Paris
Holidays
\
001/003
ï
Î
∫
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Reading and navigation
Once the disk has been inserted, a navigation menu appears on screen.
The list of folders and images is displayed on the left and a preview on the
right. Use the cursor îÏȬ to select the desired image and
press u to display it full screen.The images on the disk follow
automatically in order.To return to the navigation menu press c.
Preview
While reading the disk press the Ê key to display the preview menu.
Use the cursor îÏȬ to select the desired image and press
u to display it in full screen.
Moving to another image
Use the ¢ ∫ keys to move to the next or previous image.
Rotating the image
Use the Ȭ keys to change the orientation of the image and the
îÏ keys to reverse it.
Enlarging/reducing the image
Press the Zoom key several times to display the image in 2, 3 or 4
times scale. Use the Ȭ îÏ keys to move the enlarged image.
Reading an image CD
6
Ø
ª
P
+
TV/DVD
-
OK
5
[
∫
Ʈ
¢
Skip
†
›
Clear
¤
DVD Menu
4
-
Ω
Zoom
Repeat
2
-
Ó
A-B
™
Mark
1
ù
Audio
”
+
MENU
Êfl
Ÿ
Subtile
Ë
Search
.
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Ÿ
-
A-B
Ó
Subtile
Fast
™
Ë
Êfl
Mark
Search
Choice of TV or DVD mode
Press the TV/DVD key on the remote to switch the TV set between
TV and DVD mode.
Play
Once the disk has been inserted, play begins automatically. On some
disks you may be invited to select a heading in a menu. Use the 0 9
or îÏ È¬ keys as appropriate then press u.
Stop and ejection of the disk.
Press the Ê key once to stop play and a second time to eject the disk.
Resume play
When you interrupt playing a disk (going to TV mode or pressing Ê),
playing starts at the exact point where you have stopped it.
The resume function applies equally to the last 4 disks played.
Fast forward and rewind
Press the << or >> key while playing to fast forward or rewind at x2,
x4, x8, x16 or x32. Speed. Press Æ to return to normal speed.
Stop on picture
Press ∆ to stop the picture. Press Æ again to resume play.
Next/previous chapter
DVD disks are split into different chapters to permit direct access to
certain scenes. Use the ¢ ∫ key to access the next or previous
chapter.
DVD disk menu
Press the c key.The DVD menu appears. Its contents will depend on
the DVD. It allows you to access different sections, such as choice of
language, direct access to certain scenes, special production notes,
trailers, etc. use the Ȭ îÏ keys to select and u confirm.
Langage selection
Press the e key to select the different languages available on the
disk.A menu bar appears at the top of the screen, this will disappear
after a few seconds.
Subtitling language
Press the y key to choose your subtitling language (choose off to
deactivate it).
Enlarging the picture
Press the Zoom key several times to enlarge the picture x2, x3 or x4.
Use the Ȭ îÏ keys to move the enlarged picture.
Information on playing
Press the d key. An information menu appears and in its upper part
the preview of the play in progress. Use the îÏȬ keys to go
through the different settings and access the submenus.
Use the u key to confirm and d to quit.
Playing an audio CD
3.
∫
Playing a DVD or a video CD
EN 12
Directions for Use
Clear
†
∫
Repeat
›
¢
RGB Signals:
These are 3 Red, Green and Blue video signals which directly drive
the red, green and blue emitters in the cathode ray tube. Using these
signals provides better picture quality.
NICAM sound:
Process by which digital sound can be transmitted.
System:
Television pictures are not broadcast in the same way in all countries.
There are different standards: BG, DK, I, and L L’.The SYSTEM setting
(p. 6) is used to select these different standards.This is not to be
confused with PAL or SECAM colour coding. Pal is used in most
countries in Europe, Secam in France, Russia and most African
countries.The United States and Japan use a different system called
NTSC.
16:9:
Refers to the ration between the length and height of the screen.
Wide screen televisions have a ration of 16/9, conventional screen TV
sets have a ration of 4/3.
6
9
Á
5
8
0
7
Ø
4
Press the n key to select EXT and AV for the side connections.
Most equipment (decoder, video recorder) carries out the switching itself.
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Headphones
When headphones are connected, the sound on the TV set
will be cut.The @”# keys are used to adjust the volume
level.
The headphone impedance must be between 32 and 600 Ohms.
Make the connections as shown opposite.
To connect a Hi-fi unit, use an audio connecting table and
connect:
- the ”L” and ”R” outputs of the TV set to an ”AUDIO IN” ”L”
and ”R” of the Hi-fi unit.
- The ”PCM” output of the TV set to a ”DIG IN” input of the
amplifier (amplifier with digital coaxial input).
Satellite receiver, decoder, games, etc.
Make the connections as shown opposite.
Carry out the connections shown opposite, using a good
quality euroconnector cable.
If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector socket, the only
connection possible is via the aerial cable.You will therefore need to
tune in your video recorder's test signal and assign it programme
number 0 (refer to manual store, p. 5).
To reproduce the video recorder picture, press 0.
Video recorder with decoder
Connect the decoder to the second euroconnector socket of
the video recorder.You will then be able to record scrambled
transmissions.
To select connected equipment
Side connections
Amplifier
Other equipment
VCR
Video recorder
Connecting peripheral equipment
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Track: 02 Time 00:08
01 02
A-B
Ó
Ÿ
Skip
¤
Ω
™
Ë
Subtile
Fast
DVD Menu
.
Zoom
Mark
Search
The following functions let you program the player to repeat or to
repeat scenes or favourite parts of a disk.
Repeat play
Press the Repeat key several times to repeat the title, chapter or the
whole disk.
Repeat play between two points A -B
Press the A-B once to tag the starting point A of the repetition.
Press a second time to tag the point B. Play will repeat indefinitely
between the two points A and B.To cancel the repeat, press the A-B
key again.
This function is not available with picture CDs.
Marking play
You can mark up to 12 points on the disk being played.These marks let
you return at any time to the scenes or parts that you have marked.
This function is not available with picture CDs.
& Press the Mark key to display or hide the Marking menu.
é Press the u key for each mark you want to make.The number of the
mark, the title, the chapter and the time of the marked point are
displayed.
“ Use the îÏȬ keys to navigate in the marking menu and press
u to display the marked scene.
to cancel a tag press Clear key.
Marking and repeating play
Directions for Use
3.
EN 13
Have you connected the aerial socket properly?
Have you chosen the right system? (p. 5). Poorly connected euroconnector
cables or aerial sockets are often the cause of picture or sound problems
(sometimes the connectors can become half disconnected if the TV set is
moved or turned). Check all connections.
To play a video cassette, check that it has been recorded under the same
standard (PAL, SECAM, NTSC) which can be replayed by the video
recorder.
Check that the mode selector on the side of the remote control is set to
TV.
If on certain channels you receive a picture but no sound, this means that
you do not have the correct TV system. Modify the System setting (p. 5).
Are certain characters not displayed correctly? Check that the Country
setting has been positioned correctly (p.4).
Check that the disc does not have any fingerprints on it. Clean it with a soft
cloth, wiping from the centre to the edge.
The TV set does not react to the remote control; the indicator on the set
no longer flashes when you use the remote control? Replace the batteries.
When you switch the TV set on it remains in standby mode and the
indication Locked is displayed when you use the keys on the TV set?
The Child Lock function is switched On (p. 7).
If the set receives no signal for 15 mins, it automatically goes into standby
mode.
To save power, your set is fitted with components that give it a very low power
consumption when in standby mode (less than 3 W).
If your TV set breaks down, never attempt to repair it yourself: contact your
dealer's after-sales service.
Only use a clean, soft and lint-free cloth to clean the screen and the casing
of your set. Do not use alcohol-based or solvent-based products.
No picture
Peripheral
equipment gives a
black and white
picture
The remote control
no longer works.
No sound
Teletext
Does the DVD
player no longer
work?
Remote control
Still no results?
Cleaning the set
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Standby
The proximity of mountains or high buildings may be responsible for ghost
pictures, echoing or shadows. In this case, try manually adjusting your
picture: see Fine Tuning (p.5) or modify the orientation of the outside
aerial.
Does your antenna enable you to receive broadcasts in this frequency range
(UHF or VHF band)?
In the event of difficult reception (snowy picture) switch the NR on the
Picture menu to ON. (p. 6).
Poor reception
Tips
Personal Notes:
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Directions for Use
Mechanical Instructions
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4. Mechanical Instructions
4.3
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Rear Cover Removal
4.2 Service Position Main Panel
4.3 DVD Module Removal
4.4 Side I/O Panel Removal
4.5 Rear I/O Panel Removal
4.6 Rear Cover Mounting
DVD Module Removal
Remove the complete DVD module after unscrewing the four
fixation screws [1].
Note: Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation.
4.1
Rear Cover Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.2
Remove all fixation screws (4x) of the rear cover.
Pull the rear cover a little backwards.
Disconnect the Rear I/O panel
Now pull the rear cover backwards to remove it.
Service Position Main Panel
1. Disconnect all cables of the DVD module
2. Remove the main panel, by pushing the two centre clips
outward [1]. At the same time, pull the panel away from the
CRT [2].
3. Turn the panel 90 degrees clockwise [3].
4. Flip the panel 90 degrees [4], with the components towards
the CRT.
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Figure 4-2 Disassemble DVD module
4.4
Side I/O Panel Removal
A
Remove the side I/O panel after unscrewing the screws (2x) at
the bottom of the set.
4.5
1
Remove the rear I/O panel after unscrewing the two screws
from the inside of the rear cover.
1
4.6
3
Rear I/O Panel Removal
Rear Cover Mounting
2
To reassemble the set, perform all described processes in
reverse order.
Be sure that, before the rear cover is mounted:
• The mains cord is mounted correctly in its guiding bracket.
• All wires/cables are returned in their original position.
B
4
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Figure 4-1 Service position main panel
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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
8.
9.
10.
11.
Index of this chapter:
5.1 Service Modes
5.1
Service Modes
How to navigate
• Select menu items with the CURSOR UP/DOWN keys.
• With the CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to
change the value of the first (Program) and last two menu
items (Hotel mode and Volume).
• With the CURSOR RIGHT and OK keys, activate the
selected menu item.
• When you press the MENU key in a sub menu, you will
return to the previous menu.
• When you press the MENU key in the Service Mode menu,
you will return to the Main menu.
The Service Mode is a combination of the TV Service Mode
and the DVD Service Mode. You can enter the DVD Service
Mode via the TV Service Mode. The Service Mode offers
features, which the service technician can use to repair a set.
Any feature change, made via the Service Menu, will respond
at the same time (for example; if Hotel Mode is enabled, the
volume cannot be increased above max. volume displayed at
the Service Menu).
The Dealer Mode is a special DVD mode, to provide an auto
replay function for commercial purposes.
All displayed text strings in the Service Modes are in English.
5.1.1
How to exit
• With the STANDBY command, the set switches to
Standby.
• With the MENU key, the set returns to the Main menu.
Switching the set 'off' and 'on' with the mains switch, brings the
set into normal operation again.
All changes in the Service Mode are stored immediately.
TV Service Mode
Purpose
• To perform alignments (e.g. colour adjustment and
geometry alignments)
• To change option settings
• Hotel Mode operations
• DVD Service menu
Specifications
All service unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like:
• Auto switch 'off' (when there is no 'ident' signal)
• Timer switch to a channel
• Automatic user menu time-out
• The NVM is unprotected
• AV functions are not working
How to enter the Service Mode
Screen menu's must be 'off', when you enter the Service Mode.
Use a standard customer RC-transmitter and key in the code
062596 directly followed by the MENU button.
The following screen is visible when you enter the Service
Mode:
L L L L L L L P A B # - X X
O
G
G
V
T
D
H
V
P
E
2
I
U
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A
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E T R Y
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Figure 5-1 TV Service Mode menu
1. LLLLLLL. This is the used IC type.
2. PAB#-XX. This is the software identification.
– P = Philips.
– A = the region (W = West Europe, E = East Europe).
– B = sound specification (M = Mono, S = Stereo).
– # = number of TXT pages.
– XX = the software version number (the first X is the
main software version number and the second X is the
sub software version number).
3. PROGRAM. .......
4. OPTIONS. Three codes possible.
5. GEOMETRY. To align the geometry (see chapter 8.x for a
detailed description).
6. G2A. To align the G2 (see chapter 8.x for a detailed
description).
7. VIDEO. To adjust RGB, R_cut-off and G_cut-off.
TUNE/IF. To align the tuner.
DVD. To enter the DVD Service Mode.
HOTEL M. To switch the Hotel mode 'on/off'.
VOLUME. To adjust the volume when Hotel mode is 'off'.
5.1.2
Dealer Mode
Purpose
• To provide an auto replay function (commercial purpose).
• To ignore some features.
Pre-conditions to start the Dealer Mode are:
• Put the set in DVD Mode (not necessary but is better).
• Switch Teletext 'off' (if set is in TV Mode).
• Switch Childlock 'off'.
• No screen Menu's.
• A disc is present in the tray.
• Close disc tray.
• Switch the DVD in STOP condition.
Specifications
• The information line displays the current mode.
• The set starts to play the disc.
• The Disc Menu passes automatically.
• At the end of the disc, the set replays the disc from chapter
1 onwards.
In Dealer Mode, some restrictions and rules are defined:
• While the Dealer Mode is active, you cannot use the
STANDBY key (RC reception is blocked), so it is not
possible to go to standby. The only way to switch off the set
is to switch the Mains Power 'off'.
• When the mains Power is switched 'on', the set will go out
of standby (DVD Mode) automatically.
How to enter the Dealer Mode
Use a standard RC-transmitter and key in the code 9999
directly followed by the MENU button.
The set will now switch to Dealer Mode. The current mode is
written to the NVM.
The set switches to the DVD mode and informs the DVD about
the current mode
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How to exit
Use a standard RC-transmitter and key in the code 9999
directly followed by the MENU button.
The Play mode is stopped, the Dealer mode is deactivated, and
the TV menu returns
O N
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Figure 5-2 Dealer Mode menu
D101-04
C101-04
C106, T101
YES
Switched mode
Power Supply defective,
+112V is missing or
level is wrong
Fuse
F1
Defective
NO
R107, R105
open and
short circuit
NO
Voltage at
drain of
T101
YES
R106
YES
Voltage at
I101 pin 11
< 1V
NO
R111, D107
YES
start-up
voltage (6)
pin 14
< 8V
NO
YES
T101
start-up
voltage
varies ca.
8V
NO
I101
Measure
V101, R103
NO
+112V
adjustable with
V101
YES
Control range of
switched-mode
Power Supply
Figure 5-3 Fault tracing diagram power supply
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6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms
Block Diagram
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I2C Bus Interconnection Diagram
A1
A2
A4
A7
+5V
TUNER
R012
R013
5
SDA
R614
SDA
SDA
SDA
R049
R334
4 SCL
R613
SCL
SCL
R333
SDA
SCL
SCL
R048
51
52
VIDEO
PROC.
6
5
20
19
EEPROM
u-CONTROLLER
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Chassis Diagram
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Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms
TDVD2.1E AA
6.
21
Supply Voltage Diagram
CL 36532059_004.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
22
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Main Panel: Audio Amplifier
A3
Main Panel: Tuner
A1
CL 36532059_009.eps
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Main Panel: EEPROM
A2
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CL 36532059_011.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
23
Main Panel: Vertical
Main Panel: Video Processor
A4
A5
CL 36532059_012.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
24
Main Panel: DVD AV
Main Panel: SCART
A6
A10
DVD AV
CL 36532059_014.eps
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Main Panel: DVD OUT
A8
DVD OUT
CL 36532059_018.eps
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CL 36532059_016.eps
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Main Panel: Keyboard
A11
CL 36532059_019.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
TDVD2.1E AA
7.
25
Main Panel: u-Controller
Personal Notes:
A7
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
26
Main Panel: Power Supply
A9 POWER SUPPLY
RESERVED
I104
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
D118
D119
D121
T111
Z102
C152
C153
R159
V102
C116
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
27
Main Panel: Horizontal
A12
EKRANAS CRT
TOSHIBA CRT
L402 = 150uH
L403 = 100uH
L402 = 150uH
R409 = 68R FUS
C404 = 8nF1, 6KV
L402 = 150uH
L403 = 100uH
L402 = 150uH
R409 = 68R FUS
F_14170_002.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
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7.
28
Layout Main Panel (Top Side)
CL 36532059_042.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
TDVD2.1E AA
7.
29
Layout Main Panel (Bottom Side)
CL 36532059_043.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
TDVD2.1E AA
7.
Picture Tube Panel
B
30
Layout Picture Tube Panel (Top Side)
PICTURE TUBE PANEL
CL 36532059_021.eps
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Layout Picture Tube Panel (Bottom Side)
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
LED Panel
C
TDVD2.1E AA
7.
31
Front AV Panel
D
LED
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Layout LED Panel
CL 36532059_026.eps
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Layout Front AV Panel (Top Side)
CL 36532059_025.eps
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CL 36532059_027.eps
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Layout Front AV Panel (Bottom Side)
CL 36532059_028.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Line Out Panel
TDVD2.1E AA
7.
32
Mains Switch Panel
F
E
CL 36532059_029.eps
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Layout Line Out Panel
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Layout Mains Switch Panel
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CL 36532059_032.eps
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Alignments
TDVD2.1E AA
8.
8. Alignments
Option bit definition
Index of this chapter:
8.1 Hardware Alignments
8.2 Software Alignments/Settings
8.1
Hardware Alignments
8.1.1
System Voltage Adjustment
•
•
8.2
Option byte 1 (01): System configuration
Switch the TV in AV mode by pressing the AV button on the
remote control unit (minimum beam current condition).
Adjust the V101 potentiometer until you measure 112 Vdc
on the cathode of diode D108.
Software Alignments/Settings
Enter the TV Service Mode (see chapter 5). The Service Mode
menu will now appear on the screen.
L L L L L L L P A B # - X X
O
G
G
V
T
D
H
V
P
E
2
I
U
V
o
o
T
O
A
D
N
D
t
l
I
M
D
E
E
O N S
E T R Y
J
O
/ I F
e l
M
u m e
O F F
--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
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b0
1: Welcome bit enabled
0: Welcome bit disabled
b1
1: PAL I enabled (/05 selected)
0: PAL I disabled (/01 and /58 selected)
b2
1: SECAM L enabled
0: SECAM L disabled
b3
1: not available
0: not available
b4
1: Standby after power 'on'
0: Last state after power 'on'
b5
0: not available
1: not available
b6
0: not available
1: not available
b7
0: not available
1: not available
Option byte 2 (02): Video configuration
Figure 8-1 Service mode menu
Select one of the following alignments:
1. OPTIONS.
2. GEOMETRY.
3. G2ADJ.
4. VIDEO.
5. TUNE/IF.
8.2.1
Options
Options are used to control the presence/absence of certain
features and hardware.
An Option byte represents a number of different options. All
options are controlled via three option bytes.
O P T I O N S
O 1
O 2
O 3
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1
CL 26532120_020.eps
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Figure 8-2 Option menu
How to change an Option byte
Select the option byte (01, 02 or 03) with the CURSOR UP/
DOWN keys.
Use a digit key (0 to 7) to change the relevant option bit. The bit
values will change from 0 to 1 and from 1 to 0 on each pressing
of the relevant digit key.
b0
1: QSS application
0: Intercarrier application
b1
1: Blue Screen enabled
0: Blue Screen disabled
b2
1: OSD Contrast Control enabled
0: OSD Contrast Control disabled
b3
1: APR ON (Auto Peak Regulation 'on')
0: APR OFF (Auto Peak Regulation 'off')
b4
1: Blue Screen disable
0: Enable
b5
1: OSD Contrast Control enable
0: Disable
b7-b6-b5-b4
0000: APR 50 IRE
0001: APR 53.33 IRE
0010: APR 56.66 IRE
0011: APR 60 IRE
0100: APR 63.33
0101: APR 66.66
0110: APR 70
0111: APR 73.33
1000: APR 76.66
1001: APR 80
1010: APR 83.33
1011: APR 86.66
1100: APR 90
1101: APR 93.33
1110: APR 96.66
1111: APR 100
Option byte 3 (03): Feature configuration
b0
1: DVD available
0: DVD not available
EN 33
EN 34
8.2.2
8.
Alignments
TDVD2.1E AA
b1
1: 2248E (microprocessor)
0: 2248C (microprocessor)
b2
1: One Crystal applied (4.43 MHz)
0: Two crystals applied (for NTSC playback)
b3
1: CVBS output 2.3 V
0: CVBS output 2.0 V
b4
1: not available
0: not available
b5
1: not available
0: not available
b7-b6
00: ALPS tuner
01: UV1316
10: Thomson/Orega CTFF5510
8.2.3
Table 8-1 Opion Codes
8.2.4
G2 Adjust menu
In this menu we will see a comparative display according to the
preset. To adjust the G2, turn the G2 potentiometer on the LOT
until you reach the ':' sign. If the colon is highlighted,
adjustment is achieved ('<' means you have to decrease and '>'
means you have to increase).
G2 A
> : <
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Figure 8-4 G2 adjustment menu
Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
14PT6807/01
1110 1101
1101 1001
1011 1011
14PT6807/01
1110 1111
1101 1001
1011 1011
14PT6807/01
1110 1001
1101 1000
1011 1011
Video
4
Geometry
CL 36532059_039.eps
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The Geometry Alignments menu contains several items to
align the set, in order to obtain a correct picture geometry.
Figure 8-5 Video alignment menu
V
S 4 / 3
5 0 h
0
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Figure 8-3 Geometry alignment menu
How to align
Enter the Service Mode and select the GEOMETRY settings.
Standard geometry adjustments are carried out by VS, VP and
HP settings.
VS 16/9 50h setting has to be carried out until 3 cm distance
between upper and lower parts of the screen.
Same adjustments are valid for 60h 16/9 and 4/3.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
V.S4/3 50h Vertical size property of picture at 50 Hz 4/3
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 10).
V.S16/9 50h Vertical size property of picture at 50 Hz 16/9
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 15).
V.SEXP 50h Vertical size property of picture at 50 Hz 16/9
expand aspect ratio broadcast (default value 0).
V.S4/3 60h Vertical size property of picture at 60 Hz 4/3
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 7).
V.S16/9 60h Vertical size property of picture at 60 Hz 16/9
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 11).
V.SEXP 60h Vertical size property of picture at 60 Hz
expand aspect ratio broadcast (default value 5).
V.P To adjust the vertical position of the picture (default
value 0).
H.P To adjust the horizontal position of the picture (default
value 0).
1. Apply a 'white' pattern (at 100 IRE)
2. Set CONTRAST to 70% and BRIGHTNESS and COLOUR
SATURATION in the middle.
3. Place the colour analyser.
4. Via R, G, and B, it is possible to modify the 'peak white'.
5. Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y.
– R (default value = 0)
– G (default value = 0)
– B (default value = 0)
1. Apply a 'dark gray' pattern (at 10 IRE).
2. Set CONTRAST to 70% and BRIGHTNESS and COLOUR
SATURATION in the middle.
3. Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y by
changing the R CFF and G CFF
– R CFF (default value = 0)
– G CFF (default value = 0)
Remark: After the low light alignment it may be necessary to
check and to re-align the high light, and to repeat several times
the procedure to obtain a good alignment for both low and high
light.
Alignments
8.2.5
Tune IF
AGC
5 0
> : <
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Figure 8-6 Tuner alignment menu
AGC adjustment (default value = 41):
Select AGC, and adjust the settings until the ':' indicator
(displayed as >:< ) turns into red by pressing < and > on the
remote control.
PIF adjustment for BG/DK/L systems:
1. Apply a 38.9 MHz PAL BG signal.
2. Enter the Service Mode.
3. Select TUNE IF.
4. Choose the PIF C and PIF F items, and adjust the settings
until the ':' indicator (displayed as >:< ) turns into red by
pressing < and > on the remote control.
– PIF C (default value = 0)
– PIF F (default value = 0)
PIF adjustment for L' system:
1. Apply a 33.9 MHz SECAM L' signal.
2. Enter the Service Mode.
3. Select TUNE IF.
4. Choose the PIF COARSE L’ and PIF FINE L’ items, and
adjust the settings until the ':' indicator (displayed as >:< )
turns into red by pressing < and > on the remote control.
– PIF CL’ (default value = 0)
– PIF FL’ (default value = 0)
8.2.6
DVD
V e r s i on MT K 1 3 7 9 - 0 1
R e g i o n C o d e
0 2
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Figure 8-7 DVD settings menu
In this menu the DVD software version is visible and the
following selections are possible:
• Region Code 2
• Region Code All
8.2.7
Hotel Mode
Installation and Child Lock Menus are omitted in Hotel Mode.
You cannot search any channel when the Hotel Mode is
activated.
8.2.8
Volume
In Hotel Mode the volume level cannot be increased higher
then the level adjusted in the Service Mode.
TDVD2.1E AA
8.
EN 35
EN 36
9.
TDVD2.1E AA
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
9. Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
Index of this chapter:
9.1 List of Abbreviations
9.2 IC Data Sheets
9.1
List of Abbreviations
112VOUT
24V_VERT
5VA
5VD
AGC
AV1/AV2
AV_STATUS
B
B_OSD
BCL
CVBS
CVBSEXT
CVBSOUT
CVBSTXT
DOC
FB_OSD
FBEXT
FBT
FLM.
G
G_OSD
HOSD
HOUT
IF1
IF2
IR
KEYB
L/L’
LOUT
MDO
ON/STBY
PRST
R
R_OSD
RIN
RMOT
SCL
SDA
SW1
TXTSW
V_AMP
V_OSD
VERT
VGUARD
VMEM
VOL
VolVol+
112 V Horizontal power supply
24 V Vertical power supply
5 V analog
5 V digital
Auto Gain Control
AV1 / AV2 information
AV Status
Blue
OSD Blue input
Beam Current Limiter
Composite Video Signal
External CVBS input
Second Video Switch Output
Teletext CVBS
Depends on Chassis
OSD Fast blanking Input
Fast Blanking External
Flayback Transformer
Flaman
Green
OSD Green input
Horizontal OSD
Horizontal Output pulse
Intermediate Frequency 1
Intermediate Frequency 2
Infrared led
Front panel keyboard
Secam L/L’ sound standard
Left out
Mode control data output
On/Standby
Preset
Red
OSD Red input
Red in
Remote Control
I2C Clock
I2C Data
Switch 1
Teletext switch
Vertical Amplitude DAC output
Vertical OSD
Vertical Output pulse
Vertical guard voltage
Voltage supplied for Eeprom
Volume
Volume Volume
Figure 9-1 STV2248E Internal Block Diagram
GND2 19
VCC2 17
GND1 43
VCC1 45
4
VREF
51
AUDIO
REF
3
49
50
42
VAMP DC
CONTROL
HORIZONTAL
2nd LOOP
VERTICAL
SCANNING
HORIZONTAL
1st LOOP
SYNC.
SEP
ICATH SENSE
BCL/SAF
RGB
CONTRAST
APR
HALF
CONTRAST
RGB
TO YUV
27
39 40 41
CHROMA
DL
BRIGHT.
DRIVE
CUTOGG
BLANKING
RGB
SWITCH
SAT./CONT
MATRIX
YUV
SWITCH
26
25
28
CLPF
38
AUTO IDENT.
KILLER
PAL/SECAM/NTSC
DEMODULATOR
BANDPASS
FILTER
ACC & ACC
OVERLOAD
FILTER
TUNING
CHROMA
TRAP
LUMA DL
PEAKING
& CORING
BLACK
STRETCH
21
X1/VAMP/CHROUT
XTAL3/BTUN
11
CLOCHE
TUNING
Mute
CLOCHE
FILTER
44
29
SLPF
AM/FMOUT/SC
14
AVL
AM
Mono
FM
Mono
DEEMP.
18
LFB/SSC
EXTAUDIOIN
55
VOLUME
Mute
SOUND BP
FM DEMOD
Subcarrier
SCL
52
I²C BUS
DECODER
AGC
LIMITER
PLL Reference
Carrier
Sound
GNDIF 10
VCCIF 12
GNDD 54
VCCD 53
AGCSIFCAP 3
SIFIN2 2
PIFLC1
SIFIN1 1
PIFLC2
TUNER AGC
INTCVBSOUT
TUNERAGCOUT 8
CHR
AGC
Y/CVBSIN3
AGCPIFCAP 5
20
CVBSOUT2
NTBC/CVBSOUT1
W/B SPOT
INVERTER
CVBSIN2
22
CVBSIN1
23
FBEXT
PIFIN2 7
56
GEXT/Y
BEXT/Cb
PIFIN1 6
FMCAP
13
BS
AFC
9
REXT/Cr
PLL
IFPLL
16
48 HOUT
47 VERT
30 BOUT
31 GOUT
32 ROUT
33 ICATH
46 BCL/SAF
34 BOSD
35 GOSD
36 ROSD
37 FBOSD/HC
24 APR
9.2.1
15
9.2
STV2248E
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
TDVD2.1E AA
SDA
9.
AUDIOOUT
EN 37
IC Data Sheets
In this paragraph, the internal block diagrams and pinning are
given of ICs that are drawn as a “black box” in the electrical
diagrams (with the exception of “memory” and “logic” ICs).
STV2248E
XTAL1
XTAL2
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TDVD2.1E AA
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
STV224XE/8XE Pinout (SDIP56)
SIFIN1
1
56
FMCAP
SIFIN2
2
55
AUDIOOUT
AGCSIFCAP
3
54
GNDD
VREFIF
4
53
VCCD
AGCPIFCAP
5
52
SDA
PIFIN1
6
51
SCL
PIFIN2
7
50
SLPF
TUNERAGCOUT
8
49
LFB/SSC
IFPLL
9
48
HOUT
GNDIF
10
47
VERT
AM/FMOUT/SC
11
46
BCL/SAF
VCCIF
12
45
VCC1
INTCVBSOUT
13
44
CVBSOUT2
EXTAUDIOIN
14
43
PIFLC1
15
42
PIFLC2
16
41
CLPF
VCC2
17
40
XTAL1
CVBSIN1
18
39
XTAL2
GND2
19
38
XTAL3/BTUN
CVBSIN2
20
37
FBOSD/HC
GND1
X1/VAMP/CHROUT
BS
21
36
ROSD
Y/CVBSIN3
22
35
GOSD
CHR
23
34
BOSD
APR
24
33
ICATH
BEXT/Cb
25
32
ROUT
GEXT/Y
26
31
GOUT
REXT/Cr
27
30
BOUT
FBEXT
28
29
NTBC/CVBSOUT1
Note: Underlined pin functions are optional.
CL 36532059_047.eps
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Figure 9-2 STV224XE/8XE Pinning
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
ST92E195 C/D - ST92T195C/D
Up to 84 Kbytes
EPROM
512 bytes
RAM
8 Kbytes
TDSRAM TRI
MEMORY BUS
256 bytes
Register File
8/16-bit
CPU
NMI
INT[7:4]
INT2
INT0
SDO/SDI
SCK
MCFM
VSO[2:1 ]
STOUT0
SDA1/SCL1
SDA2/SCL2
8
P0[7:0]
I/O
PORT 2
6
P2[5:0]
I/O
PORT 3
4
P3[7:4]
I/O
PORT 4
8
P4[7:0]
I/O
PORT 5
2
P5[1:0]
DATA
SLICER
& ACQUISITION
UNIT
Interrupt
Management
ST9+ CORE
OSCIN
OSCOUT
RESET
RESETO
I/O
PORT 0
MMU
RCCU
SYNC.
EXTRACTION
16-BIT
TIMER/
WATCHDOG
VPS/WSS
DATA
SLICER
REGISTER BUS
9.2.2
TDVD2.1E AA
SPI
TIMING AND
CLOCK CTRL
TXCF
CVBS1
WSCR
WSCF
CVBS2
AIN[4:1]
EXTRG
ADC
VSYNC
HSYNC/CSYNC
CSO
SYNC
CONTROL
VOLTAGE
SYNTHESIS
ON
SCREEN
DISPLAY
STANDARD
TIMERS 1)
FREQ.
PXFM
MULTIP.
R/G/B/FB
TSLU
HT
PWM
D/A CONVERTER
I²C
PWM[7:0]
All alternate functions (Italic characters) are mapped on Ports 0, 2, 3, 4 and 5
Note 1: Two standard timers
CL 36532059_044.eps
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Figure 9-3 ST92E195C/D-ST92T195C/D Internal Block Diagram
56-Pin Package Pin-Out
INT7/P2.0
RESET
P0.7
P0.6
P0.5
P0.4
P0.3
AIN4/P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
CSO/RESET0/P3.7
P3.6
P3.5
P3.4
B
G
R
FB
SDA1/SDI/SDO/P5.1
SCL1/SCK/INT2/P5.0
VDD
JTDO
WSCF
VPP/WSCR
AVDD3
TEST0
MCFM
JTCK
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
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
P2.1/INT5/AIN1
P2.2/INT0/AIN2
P2.3/INT6/VS01
P2.4/NMI
P2.5/AIN3/INT4/VS02
OSCIN
OSCOUT
P4.7/PWM7/EXTRG/STOUT0
P4.6/PWM6
P4.5/PWM5/SDA2
P4.4/PWM4/SCL2
P4.3/PWM3/TSLU/HT
P4.2/PWM2
P4.1/PWM1
P4.0/PWM0
VSYNC
HSYNC/CSYNC
AVDD1
PXFM
JTRSTO
GND
AGND
CVBS1
CVBS2
JTMS
AVDD2
CVBSO
TXCF
CL 36532059_045.eps
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Figure 9-4 Pinning
9.
EN 39
EN 40
9.2.3
9.
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
TDVD2.1E AA
ICE1QS01
VCC
20V
Foldback
Point Corr.
Overvoltage
Protection
+
PCS
UVLO
+
-
+
SRC
+
Burst-Mode
1.5V
Reference
Voltage and
Current
+
5V
2V
-
Ringing
Suppression
Time
+
1V
+
20k
+
4.4V
-
Start
5V
+
3.5V
-
50µs Timer
Latch
50ms Timer
Primary
Regulation
25mV
+
RZI
5V
4.8V -
Digital Processing
-
ZC-Counter
UP/DO-Counter
5.7V
Power
Driver
S
SET
OUT
Q
R
1V
OFC
+
CLR
Q
+
D
1V
SET
Q
L
CLR
Q
CL 36532059_048.eps
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GND
Figure 9-5 ICE1QS01 Internal Block Diagram
1
N.C.
VCC
8
2
PCS
OUT
7
3
4
RZI
SRC
GND
OFC
6
5
Pin
Symbol
1
N.C.
Func tion
2
PCS
3
RZI
Regulation and Zero Crossing Input
4
SRC
Soft-Start and Regulation Capacitor
5
OFC
Overvoltage Fault Comparator
6
GND
Ground
7
OUT
Output
8
VCC
Supply Voltage
Primary Current Simulation
CL 36532059_050.eps
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Figure 9-6 ICE1QS01 Pinning
CL 36532059_049.eps
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Figure 9-7 ICE1QS01 Pin Definitions
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
9.2.4
TDVD2.1E AA
TDA1771 Vertical Deflection Circuit
9
2
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
FLYBACK
GENERATOR
10
R3
TRIGGER IN
3
CLOCK
PULSE
RAMP
GENERATOR
POWER
AMP.
BUFFER
STAGE
4
6
1
THERMAL
PROTECTION
7
8
5
CL 26532120_015.eps
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Figure 9-8 TDA 1771 internal block diagram
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
FLYBACK GENERATOR
VS
INVERTING INPUT
BUFFER OUTPUT
RAMP GENERATOR
GROUND
HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
TRIGGER INPUT
OUTPUT STAGE V S
POWER OUTPUT
CL 26532120_014.eps
251002
Figure 9-9 TDA 1771 pinning
9.
EN 41
EN 42
9.2.5
9.
TDVD2.1E AA
Circuit Description and Abbreviation List
TDA7057AQ
CL 26532120_052.eps
051202
Figure 9-10
Spare Parts List
TDVD2.1E AA
10.
EN 43
10. Spare Parts List
Mono Board [A][B]
Various
F101
F101
F201
F301
F301
F302
F303
F303
S001
S002
S004
S101
S102
S201
S202
S301
S301
S302
S303
S304
S306
S401
S401
S402
S421
S501
S502
S506
SC01
SW01
SW02
SW03
SW04
SW05
X001
X101
X201
X301
X302
Z101
g
C001
C002
C003
C004
C005
C006
C008
C009
C010
C011
C013
C014
C015
C016
C019
C020
C022
C023
C024
C025
C026
C027
C028
C029
C030
C031
C032
C040
C101
C102
C103
C104
C105
C106
C108
C109
C110
C112
0050 100 22210 Holder for LOT
C115
0050 510 84620 Insulating plate 13x23mm C116
0050 510 84631 Bead
C117
0673 100 01831 Fuse T2.5A 250V
C118
5X20MM
C119
0751 102 11040 Fuse holder
C120
9965 000 20799 Filter 4.43 MHz
C121
0377 300 07801 Filter SAW K3953M
C122
0377 300 07911 Filter SAW K2966M
C124
0377 300 07771 Filter SAW K9453M
C129
0377 300 07101 Filter 5.5/6.0/6.5 MHz
C130
4822 242 10254 TPWA02B-TF21
C131
0750 304 11001 Connector 4P in-line V
C132
0750 303 11061 6P v 2mm
C133
0750 303 11021 3P v
C134
0750 302 61010 2P vert. 10mm
C135
0751 002 11781 2P 7.5mm
C138
0751 004 11000 Connector 4P V
C141
0750 304 11001 Connector 4P in-line V
C142
0020 320 00051 Cable 5P 30cm
C143
0750 305 11001 Connector 5P in-line V
C144
0750 305 11001 Connector 5P in-line V
C145
0750 305 11001 Connector 5P in-line V
C147
0751 010 11061 Connector 12P V
C148
0750 402 10051 Socket scart
C150
0020 420 00051 Cable 4P 2 sockets 30cm C151
0750 304 11001 Connector 4P in-line V
C154
0751 002 01010 4P hor. male
C160
0750 302 11001 2P vert. 5mm
C201
0750 305 11001 Connector 5P in-line V
C202
0750 304 11001 Connector 4P in-line V
C203
0750 208 00431 CRT socket mini neck
C204
0751 007 11041 Connector 5P
C205
0811 011 14031 Tact switch hor.
C206
0811 011 14031 Tact switch hor.
C207
0811 011 14031 Tact switch hor.
C208
0811 011 14031 Tact switch hor.
C209
0811 011 14031 Tact switch hor.
C210
0490 300 00461 Crystal 4 MHz HC49U
C215
6168 000 20001 Tuner CTT5020E/
C216
CTF5510
C217
0490 300 00541 Crystal 18.432 MHz
C218
HC49U
C219
0490 300 00501 Crystal 4.433619 MHz
C220
HC49U
C221
0490 300 00511 Crystal 3.579545 MHz
C222
HC49U
C223
4822 209 81397 TL431CLPST
C224
C225
C226
C227
C228
0424 465 01061 10µF 20% 50V
C229
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C230
0424 465 01061 10µF 20% 50V
C231
0421 401 61071 100µF 20% 16V
C232
0400 670 41081 100nF 20% 50V 0805
C233
0421 401 61071 100µF 20% 16V
C234
0400 670 41081 100nF 20% 50V 0805
C235
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C236
4822 126 14238 2.2nF 50V 0603
C238
0400 670 41081 100nF 20% 50V 0805
C239
4822 126 14238 2.2nF 50V 0603
C240
0400 440 81861 470nF 10% 16V 0603
C241
0407 320 41081 100pF 5% 50V 0805
C242
0400 440 81861 470nF 10% 16V 0603
C244
4822 126 13193 4.7nF 10% 63V
C245
0400 670 41081 100nF 20% 50V 0805
C246
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C247
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C248
0400 520 44861 470pF 5% 50V 0603
C249
0424 165 01051 1µF 20% 50V
C250
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C251
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C252
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C253
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C254
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C255
0407 320 41081 100pF 5% 50V 0805
C257
0400 310 42261 22pF 5% 50V 0603
C301
0400 440 81861 470nF 10% 16V 0603
C302
6200 040 62241 220nF 20% 275V
C303
6200 040 62241 220nF 20% 275V
C304
0400 401 52211 2.2nF 10% 1kV
C305
0400 401 52211 2.2nF 10% 1kV
C306
6200 041 33331 33nF 5% 630V
0427 199 01071
6200 031 46811
0424 165 02261
5322 126 11583
0400 000 45611
0400 670 41081
0400 402 02221
0400 430 45661
0424 198 34761
6200 040 48201
0424 165 02261
0424 401 62281
0400 670 41081
0424 492 52271
0424 142 54761
0400 670 41081
0424 142 51071
0400 670 41081
0424 165 01051
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0424 402 51081
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0424 165 02261
0424 465 01061
4822 126 13883
0424 121 61081
0400 670 41081
0400 401 41011
0400 401 72211
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41371
0421 401 64771
0421 945 04751
0421 945 04751
5322 126 11583
5322 126 11583
0424 465 01061
0400 670 41081
0424 465 01061
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0400 440 81861
0400 440 81861
5322 126 11578
5322 126 11578
0424 165 02261
0424 165 02261
0424 165 02261
0424 165 02261
0424 465 01061
0424 465 01061
0400 670 41081
0424 465 01061
0400 670 41081
0420 339 01011
0400 520 43381
0400 520 43381
0400 520 43381
0400 520 43381
0400 520 43381
0400 520 43381
0400 670 41081
0424 465 01061
0400 670 41081
0424 465 01061
0400 430 45661
0400 430 45661
0400 430 45661
0400 320 42281
0400 320 42281
4822 126 14238
0424 465 01061
0424 465 01061
4822 126 13883
0424 465 01061
0424 465 01061
4822 126 13883
0424 465 01061
4822 126 14238
0424 465 01061
0400 520 43381
0424 165 01051
0424 465 01061
0400 400 42261
0424 165 01051
5322 126 11578
0400 520 43381
100µF 20% 400V
680pF 10% 2kV
22µF 20% 50V
10nF 10% 50V 0603
560pF 5% 100V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
2.2nF 20% 400V
56pF 5% 50V 0603
47µF 20% 160V
8.2nF 10% 400V
22µF 20% 50V
2200µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
220µF 20% 25V
47µF 20% 25V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100µF 20% 25V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
1µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
1000µF 20% 25V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
22µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
1000µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100pF 10% 500V
220pF 10% 2kV
100nF 20% 50V 0805
1nF 20% 400V
470µF 20% 16V
4.7µF 20% 50V
4.7µF 20% 50V
10nF 10% 50V 0603
10nF 10% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
470nF 10% 16V 0603
470nF 10% 16V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
22µF 20% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
3.3µF 20% 50V
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
56pF 5% 50V 0603
56pF 5% 50V 0603
56pF 5% 50V 0603
2.2pF 5% 50V 0805
2.2pF 5% 50V 0805
2.2nF 50V 0603
10µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
2.2nF 50V 0603
10µF 20% 50V
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
1µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
22nF 20% 50V 0603
1µF 20% 50V
1nF 10% 50V 0603
330nF 20-80% 50V 0805
C307
C308
C309
C310
C311
C312
C313
C314
C315
C317
C318
C319
C320
C321
C322
C323
C324
C325
C326
C327
C328
C330
C331
C332
C333
C335
C336
C342
C343
C344
C345
C348
C349
C350
C351
C352
C354
C355
C356
C359
C360
C361
C362
C363
C364
C366
C367
C368
C370
C371
C372
C373
C374
C375
C376
C377
C378
C379
C380
C381
C401
C402
C404
C407
C409
C411
C412
C413
C414
C416
C417
C419
C441
C442
C443
C444
C445
C462
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C515
C601
C602
C603
0421 401 61071
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0421 401 61071
0400 670 41081
0424 165 01051
0424 165 01051
0424 165 01051
0424 165 01051
0424 165 01051
0400 400 42261
0400 400 42261
0400 400 42261
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
0400 670 41081
4822 126 13193
0424 165 01051
0421 401 61071
0400 670 41081
4822 126 13193
0424 465 02251
0421 401 61071
0400 670 41081
0424 465 01061
0424 165 01051
5322 126 11578
4822 122 33753
4822 126 13193
0400 670 41081
5322 126 11583
0400 670 41081
4822 126 13883
0424 142 54761
0400 310 42261
0424 142 54761
0424 465 01061
4822 051 30008
5322 126 11578
0400 310 42261
0400 520 44861
0407 320 41081
0407 320 41081
0407 320 41081
0400 670 41081
0400 310 42261
0400 310 42261
0400 402 53361
0400 402 53361
0400 402 53361
0400 402 53361
4822 126 14238
4822 126 14238
0400 402 53361
0400 402 53361
0424 465 01061
0424 142 54761
0400 310 42261
0424 142 54761
0424 142 51071
6200 040 71031
6193 237 76221
6200 130 81041
0424 408 61061
0400 670 41081
0424 163 51081
0400 401 71021
0424 148 61051
6200 130 81041
6200 130 81041
6210 040 71051
6200 040 72241
6210 030 04731
0424 165 02261
0424 102 52281
0424 146 31071
0400 401 41011
4822 122 33753
4822 122 33753
4822 122 33753
6210 040 51001
0424 148 61051
0400 401 71021
0400 310 42261
6200 030 52741
0424 142 54761
0421 401 61071
0400 670 41081
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
1µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
22nF 20% 50V 0603
22nF 20% 50V 0603
22nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
4.7nF 10% 63V
1µF 20% 50V
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
4.7nF 10% 63V
2.2µF 20% 50V
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
1nF 10% 50V 0603
150pF 5% 50V
4.7nF 10% 63V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
10nF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0805
220pF 5% 50V
47µF 20% 25V
22pF 5% 50V 0603
47µF 20% 25V
10µF 20% 50V
Jumper 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
22pF 5% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V 0603
100pF 5% 50V 0805
100pF 5% 50V 0805
100pF 5% 50V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0805
22pF 5% 50V 0603
22pF 5% 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
2.2nF 50V 0603
2.2nF 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
330pF 10% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 50V
47µF 20% 25V
22pF 5% 50V 0603
47µF 20% 25V
100µF 20% 25V
10nF 10% 50V
6.2nF 2.5% 1.6kV
100nF 5% 63V
10µF 20% 250V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
1000µF 20% 35V
1nF 10% 2kV
1µF 20% 250V
100nF 5% 63V
100nF 5% 63V
1µF 10% 160V
220nF 10% 63V
47nF 5% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
2200µF 20% 25V
100µF 20% 63V
100pF 10% 500V
150pF 5% 50V
150pF 5% 50V
150pF 5% 50V
100nF 10% 250V
1µF 20% 250V
1nF 10% 2kV
22pF 5% 50V 0603
270nF 5% 250V
47µF 20% 25V
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0805
EN 44
C605
C606
C607
C608
C627
CD28
CP40
CP45
10.
TDVD2.1E AA
0400 320 48301
6200 130 81041
0407 320 41081
0407 320 41081
5322 126 11583
0400 440 81861
0421 401 61071
0424 165 02261
8.2pF +-0.5PF 50V
100nF 5% 63V
100pF 5% 50V 0805
100pF 5% 50V 0805
10nF 10% 50V 0603
470nF 10% 16V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
22µF 20% 50V
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
0347 103 03631
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30222
0300 206 22131
0300 106 82161
4822 051 30561
4822 051 30152
0300 206 47231
4822 051 30472
0300 206 22131
0300 206 47231
0300 206 47231
0300 206 47231
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30562
4822 051 30153
4822 051 30562
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30472
0300 206 10331
0300 206 10331
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30562
4822 051 30471
0300 206 10331
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12925
0300 206 22131
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
0320 405 55211
4822 051 30222
4822 117 12925
0300 106 11231
0300 206 10131
0300 506 47511
0320 406 33521
4822 051 30109
0300 116 10361
0300 206 15331
0301 406 33061
4822 051 30331
4822 117 12903
0300 106 47961
4822 051 30221
0673 100 01851
0300 206 15331
0300 206 15331
4822 051 30682
0300 206 10131
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30152
0300 106 12261
0300 206 10231
4822 051 30103
0300 506 47511
0300 206 10131
0306 086 10001
4822 051 30223
0302 056 10911
4822 117 12902
4822 117 12902
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
PTC 18Ω 30%
220Ω 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 1/4W
820Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
560Ω 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7k 5% 1/4W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 1/4W
4.7k 5% 1/4W
4.7k 5% 1/4W
4.7k 5% 1/4W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
470Ω 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 1/4W
10kΩ 5% 1/4W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
470Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 1/4W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
220Ω 5% 1/4W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
5.6Ω 10% 5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1MΩ 2% 1/4W
100Ω 5% 1/4W
4.7MΩ 5% 1/2W
33kΩ 5W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
1MΩ 1/10W 0603
15k 5% 1/4W
33Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
330Ω 5% 0.062W
1.8kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
220Ω 5% 0.062W
Fuse 5A 32V 0603
15k 5% 1/4W
15k 5% 1/4W
6.8kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 1/4W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.2kΩ 5% 0603
1kΩ 5% 1/4W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7MΩ 5% 1/2W
100Ω 5% 1/4W
10Ω 5% 7W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
1Ω 5% 2W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
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J096
J097
J098
J099
P102
R001
R002
R003
R004
R005
R006
R007
R008
R009
R010
R012
R013
R015
R016
R017
R018
R019
R022
R023
R025
R027
R030
R032
R033
R034
R035
R040
R043
R044
R045
R047
R048
R049
R050
R051
R052
R053
R054
R055
R056
R057
R058
R059
R080
R081
R101
R103
R104
R105
R107
R109
R110
R111
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
R130
R131
R132
R135
R136
R140
R141
R142
R143
R145
R149
R150
R152
R155
R160
R166
R201
R202
R203
Spare Parts List
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R218
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
R224
R301
R303
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
R312
R314
R315
R316
R317
R318
R319
R320
R321
R322
R323
R324
R325
R326
R327
R328
R329
R330
R331
R332
R333
R334
R335
R336
R337
R340
R341
R342
R343
R344
R345
R346
R349
R350
R351
R352
R353
R354
R355
R356
R357
R358
R359
R360
R361
R362
R363
R364
R365
R366
R367
R368
R369
R370
R371
R372
R373
R374
R375
R376
R377
R378
R379
R380
R381
R382
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30472
0300 206 10131
0300 206 10131
4822 117 12925
0300 256 01011
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30153
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12902
4822 117 12902
4822 051 30153
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30222
0300 256 01011
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30221
0300 106 15161
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30334
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30271
4822 051 30271
4822 051 30271
0300 206 10231
0300 206 10231
0300 206 10231
4822 051 30562
4822 051 30273
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30563
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30153
4822 117 12902
0300 206 22231
4822 051 30222
0300 206 56131
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30334
4822 051 30334
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30683
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
0300 206 10231
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30102
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30681
4822 051 30479
4822 051 30479
4822 051 30223
0300 106 47961
4822 051 30103
0300 206 47031
4822 051 30331
4822 051 30101
4822 117 12902
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30123
4822 051 30123
4822 117 12902
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
0300 106 47961
4822 051 30102
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 1/4W
100Ω 5% 1/4W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1Ω 5% 1/4W
Jumper 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
1Ω 5% 1/4W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
150Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
330kΩ 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
270Ω 5% 0.062W
270Ω 5% 0.062W
270Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 1/4W
1kΩ 5% 1/4W
1kΩ 5% 1/4W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
27kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
470Ω 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
2.2k 5% 1/4W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 1/4W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
330kΩ 5% 0.062W
330kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8kΩ 5% 0.062W
68kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 1/4W
Jumper 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
680Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 1/4W
330Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
12kΩ 5% 0.062W
12kΩ 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
R383
R384
R385
R386
R401
R402
R403
R404
R405
R407
R409
R410
R412
R413
R414
R415
R421
R422
R423
R424
R425
R428
R440
R441
R444
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R450
R452
R453
R454
R455
R456
R457
R458
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R601
R602
R606
R613
R614
V101
4822 051 30101
4822 117 12902
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12925
0300 106 47961
4822 117 12925
0300 206 10131
0300 506 68811
0301 406 39021
0300 206 47431
0301 056 15001
0300 557 22811
4822 051 30472
0300 106 56221
0300 506 10211
0300 506 10211
0300 116 10361
0300 116 10361
0300 101 50661
0300 101 50661
0300 106 68461
0300 206 47131
0300 506 22111
0300 206 22911
0300 206 12411
4822 117 12902
0300 106 83061
0300 106 24261
0300 106 83061
0300 106 47961
0300 206 10911
4822 051 30332
4822 117 12902
4822 051 30333
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30184
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30391
0301 406 33061
4822 051 30391
0301 406 33061
4822 051 30391
0301 406 33061
0302 086 15321
0302 086 15321
0302 086 15321
0300 206 22131
0300 206 22131
0300 206 22131
0300 506 10211
0300 206 15231
0300 206 15231
0300 206 15231
0300 206 18431
0300 206 22511
0300 506 10211
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30273
4822 051 30153
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
6113 800 12021
100Ω 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100Ω 5% 1/4W
0.68Ω 5% 1/2W
39Ω 5% 1/2W
470k 55 1/4W
1.5Ω 5% 1W
0.22Ω 5% 1/2W fusable
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 1W fusable
1kΩ 5% 1/2W
1kΩ 5% 1/2W
1MΩ 1/10W 0603
1MΩ 1/10W 0603
1.5M 5% 1/10W 0603
1.5M 5% 1/10W 0603
680K 5% 1/10W 0603
470Ω 5% 1/4W
220Ω 5% 1/2W
2.2Ω 5% 1/4W
120k 5% 1/4W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
2kΩ 5% 1/10W 0603
2.4kΩ 5% 1/10W 0603
2kΩ 5% 1/10W 0603
4.7Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
1Ω 5% 1/4W
3.3kΩ 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
180kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
390Ω 5% 0.062W
33Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
390Ω 5% 0.062W
33Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
390Ω 5% 0.062W
33Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
15k 5% 2W
15k 5% 2W
15k 5% 2W
220Ω 5% 1/4W
220Ω 5% 1/4W
220Ω 5% 1/4W
1kΩ 5% 1/2W
1.5k 5% 1/4W
1.5k 5% 1/4W
1.5k 5% 1/4W
180k 5% 1/4W
2.2MΩ 5% 1/4W
1kΩ 5% 1/2W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
27kΩ 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
Potm. 2k 0.1W 30%
6042 000 00381
6089 800 03151
6080 000 00021
6087 800 02411
6087 800 02411
6080 000 00021
6028 000 03961
6087 800 02411
6087 800 02411
6087 800 02411
6087 800 02411
6080 000 00221
6080 800 00191
6080 000 00221
6080 000 00221
6080 000 00221
6089 800 00111
6080 000 00021
6080 000 00021
6023 000 33071
6089 800 04051
6089 800 04051
6080 000 00221
6089 800 00111
LOT
Line filter 2*27MHz
10µH 5%
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
10µH 5%
Transf. SMPS
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
10µH 5%
8.2µH 5%
10µH 5%
10µH 5%
10µH 5%
1µH 5%
10µH 5%
10µH 5%
Transf. hor. drive
Linearity coil 50µH
Linearity coil 50µH
10µH 5%
1µH 5%
b
FBT1
L101
L103
L104
L105
L106
L110
L111
L112
L113
L115
L301
L302
L303
L304
L305
L309
L310
L311
L401
L402
L403
L601
L602
Spare Parts List
T301
6082 800 01981 Trim. coil 44MHz 39pF
d
D001
D002
D003
D004
D005
D101
D102
D103
D104
D106
D107
D108
D109
D110
D111
D112
D113
D114
D115
D116
D117
D120
D302
D303
D304
D305
D307
D308
D320
D321
D322
D323
D401
D402
D405
D406
D407
D441
D501
D502
D503
D505
D506
D601
DV24
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
0481 000 00041
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
4822 130 80858
4822 130 80858
4822 130 80858
4822 130 80858
0480 000 00021
4822 130 83338
4822 130 41602
4822 130 30959
4822 130 42606
0483 270 28221
4822 130 41602
4822 130 83338
4822 130 80884
0483 214 23201
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
0480 000 00021
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
4822 130 83338
0483 221 07001
0483 221 07001
4822 130 80884
4822 130 80884
4822 130 80884
4822 130 80884
4822 130 42606
4822 130 83338
4822 130 42606
4822 130 42606
4822 130 42606
0483 214 23201
4822 130 30842
4822 130 30842
4822 130 30842
4822 130 34382
0483 214 23201
4822 130 83338
4822 130 80884
LL4148
LL4148
BZX55C
LL4148
LL4148
1N5062
1N5062
1N5062
1N5062
BYV95C
LL4148
BYW95C
ZTK33B
BYD33J
Schottky diode 5A 40V
BYW95C
LL4148
BZV55-C5V1
1N4007
LL4148
LL4148
BYV95C
LL4148
LL4148
LL4148
LL4148
BA282&BA482
BA282&BA482
BZV55-C5V1
BZV55-C5V1
BZV55-C5V1
BZV55-C5V1
BYD33J
LL4148
BYD33J
BYD33J
BYD33J
1N4007
BAV21
BAV21
BAV21
BZX79-B8V2
1N4007
LL4148
BZV55-C5V1
9322 147 25682
0450 000 91171
0450 000 03631
0452 381 03051
0452 381 03081
0455 000 00201
0450 000 00981
0450 000 01561
4822 209 70672
0450 000 02291
0450 000 01971
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
4822 130 44568
0467 110 00031
0468 480 00001
4822 130 41053
0460 015 37001
0468 480 00001
4822 130 40824
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
4822 130 40855
4822 130 44568
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
0468 480 00001
4822 130 41053
0460 000 00141
0468 480 00001
4822 130 40855
0469 862 94161
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41782
M24C16-WBN6
ST92T195D7B1
ICE1QS01
LM317
LM7805
3.3V Voltage regulator
TDA7057AQ
MSP3410G
LM358N SEL.
STV2248E
TDA1771
BC848B
BC848B
BC557B
SPA04N60C2
BC848B
BC639
BD537
BC848B
BD140
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC337
BC557B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC848B
BC639
BU2508DF
BC848B
BC337
2SA720 / BC327
BF422
BF422
ce
IC02
I001
I101
I102
I103
I105
I201
I202
I203
I301
I401
T001
T002
T003
T101
T102
T105
T108
T109
T110
T201
T202
T302
T303
T305
T306
T307
T308
T309
T310
T311
T312
T313
T401
T402
T441
T442
T443
T501
T502
T503
T504
T505
T506
T507
T508
T509
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41646
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41646
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41646
BF422
BF422
BF423
BF422
BF423
BF422
BF423
TDVD2.1E AA
LH03
S801
g
C801
0424 142 54761 47µF 20% 25V
f
R801
0300 206 10131 100Ω 5% 1/4W
d
D801
I801
0487 738 09001 KLR114L
6093 300 01251 IR receiver TSOP2236
Side AV Panel [D]
Various
K901
K902
K903
K905
K906
0020 920 00320
0750 128 80051
0750 128 80061
0020 410 10270
0750 164 20221
Cable 5P 1 socket 25cm
Socket cinch (red)
Socket cinch (white)
Cable 4P 20cm
Socket headphone
0407 420 41061
0407 420 41061
4822 126 13883
4822 126 13883
4822 126 13883
4822 126 13883
0424 142 54761
0424 142 54761
10pF 5% 50V 0603
10pF 5% 50V 0603
220pF 5% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
47µF 20% 25V
47µF 20% 25V
0300 206 12331
0300 206 12331
0300 106 56061
0300 106 56061
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
12k 5% 1/4W
12k 5% 1/4W
56Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
56Ω 5% 1/10W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
g
C901
C902
C903
C904
C905
C906
C908
C909
f
L902
L903
R902
R903
R916
R917
b
L901
L904
L905
6087 800 02411 Ferrite bead 3.5*9*0.8
6080 000 00021 10µH 5%
6080 000 00021 10µH 5%
Line Out Panel [E]
Various
KC01
KC02
KC03
KS01
0750 128 80021
0750 128 80061
0750 128 80051
0750 305 11001
Socket cinch (black)
Socket cinch (white)
Socket cinch (red)
Connector 5P in-line V
0400 400 41011
0400 400 41011
0400 320 41001
0400 400 41011
0400 400 41011
0400 320 41001
100pF 10% 50V
100pF 10% 50V
10pF 5% 50V
100pF 10% 50V
100pF 10% 50V
10pF 5% 50V
g
CZ01
CZ02
CZ03
CZ04
CZ05
CZ06
b
LH02
6080 000 00021 10µH 5%
6080 000 00021 10µH 5%
Various
KI01
KO01
0020 410 10300 Cable 4P 1 socket 30cm
EN 45
Mains Switch Panel [F]
Led Panel [C]
Various
10.
0020 132 02460
0810 000 00141
8411 080 17018
9051 112 17170
0750 302 61010
0750 302 61010
Cable mains 25cm
Mains switch
Mains cord
Bracket for mains switch
2P vert. 10mm
2P vert. 10mm
EN 46
11.
TDVD2.1E AA
Revision List
11. Revision List
11.1 Manual xxxx xxx xxxxx.0
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First release.
11.2 Manual xxxx xxx xxxxx.1
•
•
Cross references added in each chapter index and TOC.
A9 and A12 diagrams updated in chapter 7.
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