Yamaha-HTR-5890-Service-Manual
AV RECEIVER
SERVICE MANUAL
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel.
It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already
known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.
WARNING:
Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal
injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons,
we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized
YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative.
IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or
recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form.
The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and
service departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable
and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please
contact the distributor's Service Division.
WARNING:
Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have
accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss).
IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.
■ CONTENTS
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL .......................................... 2
FRONT PANEL .............................................................. 3
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL ........................................ 3
REAR PANELS .............................................................. 4
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 5~7
INTERNAL VIEW ........................................................... 8
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES ............................. 9~12
UPDATING FIRMWARE .............................................. 13
SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG) ................. 14~32
AMP ADJUSTMENT .................................................... 33
DISPLAY DATA ........................................................... 34
IC DATA ................................................................. 35~41
BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................. 42~43
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD .................................. 44~60
PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAM .............................. 61~62
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ........................................ 63~71
PARTS LIST ........................................................... 73~90
REMOTE CONTROL .................................................... 91
Parts List for Carbon Resistors ................................ 92
100942
P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
'05.03
HTR-5890
HTR-5890
HTR-5890
■ TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
WALL
OUTLET
HTR-5890
1. Critical Components Information
Components having special characteristics are marked s
and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal
to those originally installed.
EQUIPMENT
UNDER TEST
2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)
When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify
that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated
from supply circuits.
●
Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms
shunted by 0.15µF.
AC LEAKAGE
TESTER OR
EQUIVALENT
INSULATING
TABLE
●
Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.
●
Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities.
“CAUTION”
“F1, F2: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE 10A,
125V FUSE.”
CAUTION
F1, F2: REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE 10A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION
F1, F2: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE DE 10A, 125V.
WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!
The solder used in the production of this product contains LEAD. In addition, other electrical/electronic and/or plastic (where
applicable) components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health and Welfare Agency (and
possibly other entities) to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER!
Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or expose
eyes to solder/flux vapor!
If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before
handling food.
About Lead Free Solder
The P.C.B.s installed in this unit are soldered using the following solder.
Side A
Lead Solder
Lead Solder
Lead Solder
DSP P.C.B.
FUNCTION P.C.B.
OPERATION P.C.B.
MAIN P.C.B.
POWER PC.B.
VIDEO P.C.B.
CONVERSION P.C.B.
Side A
SMT
REFLOW
Side B
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Lead Free Solder
Process
Solder Dip
Side B
MI
Among some types of lead free solder currently available,
it is recommended to use one of the following types for the
repair work.
• Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper)
• Sn + Cu (tin + copper)
• Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth)
2
FLOW
Process
Caution:
1. As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder
is about 30°C to 40°C (50°F to 70°F) higher than that of
the lead solder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable
to each solder.
2. If lead solder must be used, be sure to remove lead free
solder from each terminal section of the parts to be
replaced and from the area around it completely before
soldering, or make sure that the lead free solder and
lead solder melt together fully.
HTR-5890
■ FRONT PANEL
HTR-5890
■ REMOTE CONTROL PANEL
3
HTR-5890
■ REAR PANELS
HTR-5890
U, C models
A model
4
HTR-5890
■ AM Section
Tuning Range
U, C models ....................................................... 530 to 1,710 kHz
A model .............................................................. 531 to 1,611 kHz
Usable Sensitivity
........................................................................................ 300 µV/m
Antenna
................................................................................. Loop Antenna
■ General
Power Supply
U, C models ........................................................ AC 120 V, 60 Hz
A model ............................................................... AC 240 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption
U, C models ......................................................... 500 W / 630 VA
A model ............................................................................... 500 W
Standby Power Consumption (Reference Data)
.................................................................................. 0.5 W or less
AC Outlets
2 switched outlets
U, C models ......................... 100 W max. total / 0.8 A max. total
1 switched outlet
A model ........................................................... 100 W max. total
Dimensions (W x H x D)
...................... 435 x 171 x 424 mm (17-1/8" x 6-3/4" x 16-11/16")
Weight
.................................................................... 15.0 kg (33 lbs. 1 oz.)
Finish
U model ........................................................................ Black color
C, A models .................................................................. Silver color
Accessories / 付属品
Remote Control x 1, Batteries (Manganese Dry) x 4, Power Cable
x 1, Indoor FM Antenna x 1, AM Loop Antenna x 1, Speaker
Terminal Wrench x 1, Optimizer Microphone x 1,
* Specifications are subject to change without notice due to product
improvements.
381 (15")
C ...... Canadian model
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, “Surround EX”, and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
424 (16-11/16 ")
U .......... U.S.A. model
A .......... Australian model
21
(13/16")
"SILENT CINEMA" is a trademark of YAMAHA CORPORATION.
“DTS”, “DTS-ES”, “Neo:6” and “DTS 96/24” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
150 (5-7/8")
■ FM Section
Tuning Range
U, C models ..................................................... 87.5 to 107.9 MHz
A model ........................................................ 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
50dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF) (1kHz, 100% Mod.)
Mono .................................................................. 2.0 µV (17.3 dBf)
Stereo .................................................................. 25 µV (39.2 dBf)
Usable Sensitivity (IHF)
Mono .................................................................. 1.0 µV (11.2 dBf)
Selectivity
at 400 kHz ............................................................................ 70 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF)
Mono .................................................................................... 76 dB
Stereo .................................................................................. 70 dB
Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz)
Mono ..................................................................................... 0.2 %
Stereo .................................................................................... 0.3 %
Stereo Separation (1 kHz)
.............................................................................................. 42 dB
Frequency Response (20 Hz to 15 kHz)
..................................................................................... +0.5 / -2 dB
Antenna Input
...................................................................... 75 ohms unbalanced
• DIMENSIONS
THX and the THX logo are registered trademarks of THX Ltd.
Surround EX is a jointly developed technology of THX and Dolby
Laboratories, Inc. and is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All
rights reserved. Used under authorization.
435 (17-1/8")
171 (6-3/4")
■ Video Section
Video Signal Type
(Glay Back)
U, C models ......................................................................... NTSC
A model ................................................................................... PAL
(Video Conversion)
U, C models ......................................................................... NTSC
A model ........................................................................ NTSC/PAL
Composite Video Signal Level
............................................................................ 1 Vp-p / 75 ohms
S-Video Signal Level
Y ......................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohms
C .................................................................. 0.286 Vp-p / 75 ohms
Component Video Signal Level
Y ......................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohms
Pb/Pr ............................................................... 0.7 Vp-p / 75 ohms
Video Maximum Input Level
............................................................................ 1.5 Vp-p or more
Video Signal to Noise Ratio
................................................................................. 60 dB or more
Monitor Out Frequency Response
Composite Video Signal , S-Video Signal
.................................................................... 5 Hz to 10 MHz, -3 dB
Component Video Signal ........................... 5 Hz to 60 MHz, -3 dB
21
(13/16")
■ Audio Section
Minimum RMS Output Power (Power Amp. Section)
(20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms)
FRONT L/R .......................................................... 120 W + 120 W
CENTER .............................................................................. 120 W
SURROUND L/R .................................................. 120 W + 120 W
SURROUND BACK L/R ........................................ 120 W + 120 W
Dynamic Power Per Channel (IHF)
FRONT L/R (8/6/4/2 ohms) ........................... 155/195/250/330 W
Dynamic Headroom
8 ohms ............................................................................... 1.11 dB
Damping Factor (20 Hz to 20 kHz, SPEAKER-A, 8 ohms)
FRONT L/R ................................................................ 140 or more
Input Sensitivity / Input Impedance
(1 kHz 100 W / 8 ohms, Multi CH IN)
PHONO (MM) ................................................. 3.5 mV / 47 k-ohms
CD, etc. ......................................................... 200 mV / 47 k-ohms
MULTI CH INPUT
FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, SUB WOOFER
.................................................................... 200 mV / 47 k-ohms
Maximum Input Signal Level
PHONO (MM) (1 kHz, 0.1% THD) ....................... 100 mV or more
CD, etc. (1 kHz, 0.5% THD) .................................... 2.4 V or more
Output Level / Output Impedance
REC OUT ..................................................... 200 mV / 1.2 k-ohms
PRE OUT (FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, SURROUND
BACK L/R) .......................................................... 1.0 V / 500 ohms
SUB WOOFER (20 Hz) ...................................... 2.0 V / 500 ohms
ZONE 2 OUT .................................................... 1.0 V / 1.2 k-ohms
ZONE 3 OUT .................................................... 1.0 V / 1.2 k-ohms
Frequency Response (10 Hz to 100 kHz)
CD, PURE Direct to FRONT L/R ................................ +0 / -3.0 dB
RIAA Equalization Deviation (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
PHONO (MM) ................................................................ 0 ± 0.5 dB
Headphone Jack Rated Output / Impedance
(1 kHz, 40 mV, 8 ohms)
CD, etc. INPUT .............................................. 150 mV / 100 ohms
Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
PHONO (MM) to REC OUT (1 V) ........................... 0.02 % or less
CD, etc. (STEREO) to FRONT L/R SP OUT (60 W, 8 ohms)
.................................................................................................... 0.04 % or less
Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
PHONO (MM) (Input shorted) to SP OUT (5 mV)
U, C models .......................................................... 86 dB or more
A model ................................................................ 81 dB or more
CD, etc. (Input shorted, STEREO) to SP OUT (250 mV)
............................................................................... 100 dB or more
Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)
FRONT L/R SP OUT .............................................. 150 µV or less
Channel Separation (STEREO)
PHONO (Input shorted, 1 kHz / 10 kHz)
...................................................... 60 dB or more / 55 dB or more
CD, etc. (Input 5.1 k-ohms shorted, 1 kHz / 10 kHz)
...................................................... 60 dB or more / 45 dB or more
Tone Control Characteristics
BASS
Boost/Cut .............................................................. ±6 dB (50 Hz)
Turnover Frequency ........................................................ 350 Hz
TREBLE
Boost/Cut ............................................................ ±6 dB (20 kHz)
Turnover Frequency ....................................................... 3.5 kHz
Filter Characteristics
FRONT, CENTER, SURROUND, SURROUND BACK SP Small
(H.P.F.)
.................. fc=40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz / 12 dB oct.
SUBWOOFER (L.P.F.)
.................. fc=40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz / 24 dB oct.
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(7/8")
■ SPECIFICATIONS
Unit : mm (inch)
• The variable range of the parameter (Min/Max/Step)
Parameter name
Pro Logic
Pro Logic II
Pro Logic II
Neo:6
2ch
DD/dts/AAC
6.1/ES
Unit
DSP LEVEL
(P.) INIT. DLY
-6/3/1
-
Movie/Game
-
Music
-
-
-6/3/1
1/99/1
-6/3/1
1/99/1
-6/3/1
1/99/1
dB
ms
(P.) ROOM SIZE
LIVENESS
S. INIT. DLY
10/25/1
-
-
-
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
-
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
1/49/1
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
1/49/1
ms
S. ROOM. SIZE
S. LIVENESS
SB. INT.DLY
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
-
-
-
-
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
-
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
-
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
1/49/1
ms
SB. ROOM, SIZE
SB. LIVENESS
REV. TIME
-
-
-
-
1.0/5.0/0.1
1.0/5.0/0.1
0.1/2.0/0.1
0/10/1
1.0/5.0/0.1
s
REV. DLY
REV. LEVEL
PANORAMA
-
OFF
OFF/ON
-
0/250/1
0/100/1
-
0/250/1
0/100/1
-
0/250/1
0/100/1
-
ms
%
-
DIMENSION
CT WIDTH
C. IMAGE
-
0 (STD)
0
-
-3/+3/1
0/7/1
-
0/0.5/0.1
-
-
-
-
DIALG. LIFT
PLⅡ/PLⅡx
-
PLⅡ/PLⅡx
PLⅡ/PLⅡx
-
0/5/1
-
0/5/1
-
0/5/1
-
-
7ch Stereo Parameter
CT LEVEL
0/100/1
Unit
%
SL LEVEL
SR LEVEL
SB LEVEL
0/100/1
0/100/1
0/100/1
%
%
%
PL LEVEL
PR LEVEL
0/100/1
0/100/1
%
%
THX Cinema Parameter
2ch
Unit
DEC
PRO LOGIC/PLⅡ Movie/Neo:6 C
-
5
6
3 RESULT
2 CHECK
Sub-category
1 MENU
2 SOUND MENU
MANUAL SETUP 1 BASIC MENU
Main category
AUTO SETUP
• Set Menu Table
WIRING
DISTANCE
SIZE
EQUALIZING
LEVEL
EXIT
Main Menu
Sub Menu
WIRING
DISTANCE
SIZE
EQUALIZING
LEVEL
SETUP
WIRING
DISTANCE
SIZE
EQUALIZING
LEVEL
L/C/R/SR/SBR/SBL/SL/SWFR/FL/FR
L/C/R/SR/SBR/SBL/SL/SWFR/FL/FR
L/C/R/SR/SBR/SBL/SL/SWFR/FL/FR
L/R/C/SR/SBR/SBL/SL/FL/FR
L/C/R/SR/SBR/SBL/SL/SWFR/FL/FR
ROOM SIZE
SUBWOOFER
PRESENCE SP
Speakers
SETUP
(Advance to below steps when SET is selected.)
CHECK
TEST TONE
CONFIRM
A SPEAKER SET
CENTER SP
FRONT SP
SURR. L/R SP
SURR B L/R SP
PRESENCE SP
LFE/BASS OUT
CROSS OVER
B SPEAKER
FL : FR
-----||----LEVEL
FL : C
-----||----FL : SL
-----||----SL : SB
-----||----SL : SR
-----||----FL : SWFR -----||----F : PRES
-----||----C SPEAKER
UNIT
DISTANCE
m・・・・FRONT L
m・・・・FRONT R
m・・・・CENTER
m・・・・SURR. L
m・・・・SURR. R
m・・・・SB L
m・・・・SB R
m・・・・SWFR
m・・・・PRESENCE L
m・・・・PRESENCE R
feet・・FRONT L
feet・・FRONT R
feet・・CENTER
feet・・SURR. L
feet・・SURR. R
feet・・SB L
feet・・SB R
feet・・SWFR
feet・・PRESENCE L
feet・・PRESENCE R
D GRAPHIC EQ
Channel
63 Hz
160 Hz
400 Hz
1 kHz
2.5 kHz
6.3 kHz
16 kHz
E LFE LEVEL
SP LFE LEVEL
HP LFE LEVEL
F DYNAMIC RANGE SP DYNAMIC RANGE
HP DYNAMIC RANGE
G LOW FREQ.TEST TEST TONE
OUTPUT
FERQ.
H HP TONE CTRL
HP BASS
HP TRBL
I AUDIO SET
AUDIO MUTE
AUDIO DELAY
DIALG_LIFT
DUAL MONO (J)
J PR/SB SELECT
A
B
C
D
E
F
No.
OFF
MAIN
SB
YES
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
SMLx2
NONE
SWFR
80 (THX)
Center
Center
Center
Center
Center
Center
Center
feet
3.0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
2.1 m
2.1 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
7.0 feet
7.0 feet
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
10.0 feet
L
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
MAX
MAX
OFF
FRONT L/R
88 Hz
0 dB
0 dB
∞
SET
M
YES
NONE
7
CHECK
CHECK
CHECK
FLAT
CHECK
AUTO
------
Initial Value
YES, NO (→ to SOUND_SP_LEVEL)
NONE, SMALL, LARGE
SMALL, LARGE
NONE, SMALL, LARGE
NONE, SMLx1, SMLx2, LRGx1, LRGx2
NONE/YES
SWFR, FRNT, BOTH
40, 60, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 160, 200 Hz
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
Center (±20 step)
meters (m) / feet (ft) 0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
0.3 to 24.0 m (0.1 m step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
1.0 to 80 feet (0.5 feet step)
L, R, CT, SR L/R, SB L/R, PRES L/R
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
±6 dB (0.5 dB step)
-20 dB to 0 dB (1 dB step)
-20 dB to 0 dB (1 dB step)
MIN, STD, MAX
MIN, STD, MAX
OFF, ON
FRONT L/R, L, C, R, SR, SBL, SBR, SL, SWFR
35 Hz … 88 Hz … WIDE
-6 dB to + 6 dB (0.5 dB step)
-6 dB to + 6 dB (0.5 dB step)
∞, -20 dB
0 ∼ 240 ms (1 ms step)
OFF/ON
MAIN, SUB, ALL
SB, PR
-10∼0∼+10 dB
SET, CANCEL
S, M, L
YES, NONE
NONE, YES
2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
Cancelled after initial setting
Setting Ranges
CHECK, SKIP
CHECK, SKIP
CHECK, SKIP
SKIP, FRONT, FLAT, LOW, MID, HIGH
CHECK, SKIP
AUTO, STEP
-----OK, NONE
xx.x m, xx.x ft
LARGE, SMALL, NONE
HTR-5890
4 OPTION MENU
D
E
F
B
C
SP B SET
ZONE2 OUT
ZONE2 AMP
SP IMP.SET
ZONE SET
ZONE2 SET
B
C
D
A
I/O ASSIGNMENT [A] CV INPUT 1
[B] CV INPUT 2
(1) OPTICAL OUT 1
(2) OPTICAL OUT 2
(3) OPTICAL IN 1
(4) OPTICAL IN 2
(5) OPTICAL IN 3
(6) OPTICAL IN 4
(7) COAXIAL IN 1
(8) COAXIAL IN 2
(9) COAXIAL IN 3
INPUT MODE
INPUT RENAME DVD→_ _ DVD _ _ _
EXT INPUT SET 1 6ch/8ch
2. 8CH INPUT FRONT
3 CENTER to
4 SWFR to
5 SL/SR
DISPLAY SET
DIMMER
OSD SHIFT
GRAY BACK
V CONV.
CMPNT_OSD
MEMORY GUARD
PARAM.INI
PARAM INIT
A
8 ohms
FRONT
VAR.
OFF
6ch
DVD
CENTER
SWFR
SL/SR
0
0
AUTO
ON
ON
OFF
Parameters are initialized when keys
of asterisk * marked numbers are
pressed (0 to 9)
DVD
DTV
MD/TAPE
CD-R
CD
DVD
DTV
CBL/SAT
CD
DVD
DVR/VCR2
AUTO
8 ohms, 6 ohms
FRONT, ZONE B
VAR., FIX
OFF, ON
CENTER, FRONT
SWFR, FRONT
SL/SR, FRONT
-4 to 0 (1 step)
0 ±5 (1 step)
AUTO, OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
6 ch, 8 ch
AUTO, LAST
HTR-5890
3 INPUT MENU
HTR-5890
7
HTR-5890
■ INTERNAL VIEW
HTR-5890
1
2
3 4 5 6 7 8 90 A B C
D
E
F
G
H
I
M
N OP Q R
8
LK J
S
T
1 POWER (5) P.C.B.
2 MAIN (1) P.C.B.
3 POWER (7) P.C.B.
4 MAIN (5) P.C.B.
5 POWER (6) P.C.B.
6 MAIN (3) P.C.B.
7 VIDEO (4) P.C.B.
8 TUNER
9 CONVERSION P.C.B.
0 VIDEO (8) P.C.B.
A VIDEO (7) P.C.B.
B VIDEO (3) P.C.B.
C VIDEO (5) P.C.B.
D VIDEO (6) P.C.B.
E VIDEO (2) P.C.B.
F VIDEO (1) P.C.B.
G MAIN (2) P.C.B.
H DSP P.C.B.
I FUNCTION P.C.B.
J MAIN (4) P.C.B.
K POWER (1) P.C.B.
L POWER (3) P.C.B.
M OPERATION (7) P.C.B.
N OPERATION (5) P.C.B.
O OPERATION (2) P.C.B.
P OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
Q OPERATION (8) P.C.B.
R OPERATION (6) P.C.B.
S OPERATION (1) P.C.B.
T OPERATION (3) P.C.B.
HTR-5890
■ DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
HTR-5890
(Remove parts in the order as numbered.)
Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.
2. Removal of Front Panel Unit
a. Remove 9 screws (4) and then slide the Front Panel
Unit forward. (Fig. 1)
b. Remove CB25, CB505, CB509, CB512, CB861 ~
CB863 and then remove the Front Panel Unit. (Fig. 2)
1. Removal of Top Cover
a. Remove 2 screws (1), 4 screws (2) and 5 screws (3).
(Fig. 1)
b. Slide the Top Cover rearward to remove it. (Fig. 1)
3
1
2
Top Cover
3
Front Panel Unit
4
2
4
4
Fig. 1
CB509
A
FUNCTION P.C.B.
CB505
CB861
CB25
CB863
CB512
View A
CB862
Fig. 2
9
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3. Removal of DSP P.C.B.
a. Remove 2 screws (5) and then remove the Support.
(Fig. 4)
b. Remove 5 screws (6) and then remove the Bracket.
(Fig. 4)
c. Remove 1 screw (7). (Fig. 4)
d. Remove 8 screws (8). (Fig. 5)
e. Remove CB501, CB503 ~ CB505. (Fig. 3)
f. Remove the DSP P.C.B. and Shield Case upward. (Fig.
4)
4.
a.
b.
c.
CB555
CB558
CB504
CB505
CB501
CB503
Removal of VIDEO (2) P.C.B.
Remove 1 screw (9). (Fig. 4)
Remove CB554, CB555 and CB558. (Fig. 3)
Remove the VIDEO (2) P.C.B. which is connected
directly to the lower P.C.B. with connectors. (Fig. 4)
Fig. 3
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VIDEO (2) P.C.B.
Shield Case
DSP P.C.B.
5
6
6
Support
6
6
7
6
Bracket
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
10
CB554
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When checking the P.C.B.:
• Put the Rubber Sheet and a Cloth over the equipment.
Then place the P.C.B. upside down on the Cloth and
check it. (Fig. 6)
• Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been
disconnected.
Be sure to use the extension cable for servicing for the
following section.
FUNCTION P.C.B. CB505 – OPERATION (1) P.C.B. CB864:
MF113500 (13P 500mm)
FUNCTION P.C.B. CB512 – OPERATION (1) P.C.B. CB852:
MF115500 (15P 500mm)
• When connecting the flat cable, use care for the
polarity.
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5. Removal of VIDEO (1), (3), (5) ~ (8), FUNCTION,
CONVERSION P.C.B.s and Tuner
a. Remove 26 screws (0). (Fig. 5)
b. Remove VIDEO (1), (3), (5) ~ (8), FUNCTION,
CONVERSION P.C.B.s and Tuner.
• In this unit, the ground of P.C.B.s shown below is
connected to the rear panel. When these P.C.B.s are
removed from the rear panel, connect the ground to
the rear panel or chassis, using a lead wire or the like.
(Fig. 7)
DSP P.C.B.
: PJ501 (DIGITAL INPUT)
FUNCTION P.C.B.
: PJ504 (MULTI CH INPUT)
VIDEO (1) P.C.B.
: JK605 (S VIDEO)
VIDEO (3) P.C.B.
: PJ705 (VIDEO)
VIDEO (5) P.C.B.
: PJ503 (DVR/VCR 2)
CONVERSION P.C.B.: PJ801 (CONPONENT VIDEO)
VIDEO (7) P.C.B.
VIDEO (8) P.C.B.
VIDEO (1) P.C.B.
VIDEO (3) P.C.B.
CONVERSION P.C.B.
VIDEO (5) P.C.B.
Earth (lead wire)
VIDEO (6) P.C.B.
Tuner
FUNCTION P.C.B.
DSP P.C.B.
MF113500
Rubber Sheet and Cloth
MF115500
Earth (lead wire)
Fig. 6
Ground Point
Earth (lead wire)
Ground Point
FUNCTION P.C.B.
VIDEO (2) P.C.B.
VIDEO (3) P.C.B.
CONVERSION P.C.B.
VIDEO (1) P.C.B.
VIDEO (5) P.C.B.
Fig. 7
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6. Removal of Fan
a. Remove 4 push rivets (A) and then remove the Cover.
(Fig. 8)
b. Remove CB32. (Fig. 8)
c. Remove 2 screws (B) and 2 screws (C). (Fig. 8)
d. Remove the Fan together with the frame by lifting them
up. (Fig. 8)
When checking the Amp Unit:
• Put the Amp Unit together with the heat sink upright
on the art base and check them. (Fig. 9)
• Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been
disconnected.
Be sure to use the extension cable for servicing for the
following section.
FUNCTION P.C.B. CB507 – POWER (1) P.C.B. CB22:
MF119500 (19P 500mm)
• When connecting the flat cable, use care for the
polarity.
7. Removal of Amp Unit
a. Remove 2 push rivets (D) and then remove the Duct.
(Fig. 8)
b. Remove 4 screws (E) and 4 screws (F). (Fig. 8)
c. Remove the Amp Unit. (Fig. 8)
A
A
B
Duct
Fan
CB32
Cover
C
E
D
F
F
E
Amp Unit
Fig. 8
Amp Unit
MF119500
Cloth
Fig. 9
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■ UPDATING FIRMWARE
Equipment required
• PC with RS-232C serial port (OS: Windows98/Me/
2000/XP)
• Firmware loading program (YAVBoot_V518.exe)
• Firmware (V1500_xxx.mot)
• RS-232C cross cable "D-Sub 9-pin Female".
Pin No.2 RxD
Pin No.2 RxD
Pin No.3 TxD
Pin No.3 TxD
Pin No.5 GND
Pin No.5 GND
Pin No.7 RTS
Pin No.7 RTS
Pin No.8 CTS
Pin No.8 CTS
2. After executing the firmware loading program, select
the program type and port settings as follows:
Program Type Select
Program Type: V1500
COM > SETTING Menu
Port Setting Dialog
Port: Select proper port #
Bits per second: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: Hardware
Preparations
3. Turn on the power to the unit.
Download the firmware loading program and firmware
from the specified download sources to the same directory
of the PC for updating the firmware.
4. To connect the line, click the CONNECT button or the
COM menu, then click the CONNECT.
Firmware updating procedure
1. With the power turned off, connect the RS-232C cross
cable and RS-232C conversion adapter between the
PC and the RS-232C port of the unit as shown below.
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After replacing the IC512 on the FUNCTION P.C.B. with
the service part (X4678A00), update the firmware
according to the following procedure.
COM > CONNECT Menu
After connecting, the "Connected" message is
displayed in the status bar.
5. Click the File Change button and then select the file to
be loaded.
To start loading, click the Program Macro button.
<CAUTION>
Never disconnect the power cable of the unit while
loading the firmware, or the flash ROM data may be
destroyed.
6. When the firmware loading is finished, the checksum
information will be displayed on the information box.
7. To disconnect the line, click the BREAK button or click
the COM menu, then click the BREAK.
COM > BREAK Menu
For more information, access to the “FIRMWARE
UPDATE PROCEDURES” on the WEB SITE.
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■ SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG)
HTR-5890
There are 18 DIAG menu items, each of which has sub-menu items. Listed in the table below are menu items and sub-menu
items.
No DIAG menu
sub-menu
1
DA601-YSS930
1. YSS 0dB
2. YSS FULL BIT
2
BYPASS
1. ANALOG BYPASS
2. DSP BYPASS
3
RAM THROUGH
1. RAM 0dB
2. MAIN ATT
4
PRO LOGIC / NEO6
1. PRO LOGIC I
2. PRO LOGIC II
5
SPEAKER SET
3. NEO: 6
1. FRONT: SMALL 0dB
2. CENTER: NONE
3. LFE/BASS: FRONT
4. PRESS MIX: 5ch
5. SURROUND B: MUTE
6. SURROUND LR: MUTE
7. SURROUND LR: NONE
6
EXTERNAL INPUT
1. 6CH INPUT_6OHMS
2. 6CH INPUT_8OHMS
3. 8CH INPUT_6OHMS
4. 8CH INPUT_8OHMS
7
8
MIC CHECK
EFFECT OFF/
MIC CHECK
1. VFD CHECK (Initial display)
DISPLAY CHECK
2. VFD DISP OFF (All segments OFF)
3. VFD DISP ALL (All segments ON 100%)
4. VFD DIMMER (All segments ON 50%)
5. CHECKED PATTERN (ON in lattice)
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MANUAL TEST
1. TEST ALL
2. TEST FRONT L
3. TEST CENTER
4. TEST FRONT R
5. TEST SURROUND R
6. TEST SURROUND BACK R
7. TEST SURROUND BACK L
8. TEST SURROUND L
9. TEST PRESENCE L
10. TEST PRESENCE R
10 RS-232C
11. TEST LFE
1. TX DATA
11 FACTORY PRESET
2. HARD FLOW
1. PRESET INHIBIT (memory initialization inhibited)
2. PRESET RESERVED (memory initialized)
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sub-menu
12 AD DATA CHECK
/FAN TEST
1. DC/PS (protection)
2. THM/FAN OUT
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No DIAG menu
3. REC-OUT
4. IMP SW/POWER LIMIT
5. K0/K1 (panel key)
6. FAN DRIVE TEST: HIGH
7. FAN DRIVE TEST: MID
8. FAN DRIVE TEST: LOW
13 V CONV STATUS
1. LOW BYTE DATA
2. HIGH BYTE DATA (Not applied to this model.)
14 IF STATUS
1. IS 1
2. IS 2
(5 Byte)
(4 Byte)
3. CS 1
4. CS 2
(5 Byte)
(5 Byte)
5. CS 3
6. CS 4
(5 Byte)
(5 Byte)
7. CS 5
8. BS1
(4 Byte)
(5 Byte)
9. BS2
10. BS3
(5 Byte)
(5 Byte)
11. BS4
12. BS5
(5 Byte)
(5 Byte)
13. BS6
14. BS7
(5 Byte)
(2 Byte)
15. TI1
16. TI2
(5 Byte)
(1 Byte)
17. MTT
1. YSS930 BUS CHECK
(5 Byte)
15 DSP RAM CHECK
16 PROTECTION SET
2. SECOND DECODER BUS CHECK
(Not applied to this model.)
17 SOFT SW
1. SW MODE
2. MODEL SETTING
3. TUNER DESTINATION
4. TUNER EXIST
5. RDS EXIST
6. ZONE 2 EXIST
18 ROM VERSION/CHECK SUM/
PORT
7. VIDEO FORMAT
1. VERSION
2. OPE/DSP VERSION
3. SUM ALL/PROGRAM
4. SUM 232C BOOT/MAKER BOOT
5. PORT
6. AAC PORT
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• Starting DIAG
• Display provided when DIAG started
Press the “STANDBY/ON” key while simultaneously
pressing those two keys of the main unit as indicated in the
figure below.
When the monitor is connected, DIAGNOSTIC MENU
appears on its screen as shown in the figure. (It remains
on display until DIAG is cancelled.)
Keys of main unit
Turn on the power while pressing these keys.
• Starting DIAG in the protection cancel
mode
If the protection function works and causes hindrance to
trouble diagnosis, cancel the protection function as
described below, and it will be possible to enter the DIAG
mode. (The protection functions other than the excess
current detect function will be disabled.)
Press the “STANDBY/ON” key while simultaneously
pressing those two keys indicated in the figure above. At
this time, keep pressing those two keys for 3 seconds or
longer.
In this mode, the “SLEEP” segment of the FL display of the
main unit flashes to indicate that the mode is DIAG mode
with the protection functions disabled.
DIAGNOSTIC MENU
1.DSP THR
2.BYPASS
3.RAM THR
4.PRO LOGIC
5.SP SET
6.EXT_INPUT
7.MIC CHECK
8.VFD CHECK
9.MAN’
LTEST
10.RS232C
11.PRESET
12.AD/FAN
13.VC STATUS
14.IF STATUS
15.DSP RAM
16.PRT SET
17.SOFT SW
18.VER/SUM/P
The FL display of the main unit displays the protection
function history data and the version (1 alphabet) and
then the DIAG menu [sub-menu (YSS 0dB) of DIAG menu
No.1 DSP THROUGH] a few seconds later.
When there is no history of protection function:
Opening message
When there is no history
of protection function
DIAG menu display
Version (1 alphabet)
After a few seconds
CAUTION!
Using this product with the protection function disabled
may cause damage to itself. Use special care for this point
when using this mode.
When there is a history of protection function:
When there is a history of protection
function due to excess current
Version (1 alphabet)
• Canceling DIAG
[1] Before canceling DIAG, execute setting for PRESET of
DIAG menu No.11 (Memory initialization inhibited or
Memory initialized).
* In order to keep the user memory stored, be sure to
select PRESET INHIBIT (Memory initialization
inhibited). Any protection history will remain in
memory.
[2] Turn off the power by pressing the “STANDBY/ON”
key of the main unit or the “STANDBY” key of the
remote controller.
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Cause: An excessive current flowed through the power
amplifier.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
will cause the protection function to work immediately and
the power supply will instantly be shut off.
Note)
• Applying the power to a unit without correcting the
abnormality can be dangerous and cause additional
circuit damage.
• The output transistors in each amplifier channel
should be checked for damage before applying any
power.
• Amplifier current should be monitored by measuring
across the emitter resistors for each channel.
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When there is a history of protection
function due to abnormal voltage in
the power supply section
• History of protection function
Version (1 alphabet)
Cause: The voltage in the power supply section is
abnormal.
Supplementary information: The abnormal voltage is
displayed in % based on 5V as 100%.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
will cause the protection function to work 1 second later
and the power supply will be shut off.
When there is a history of protection
function due to abnormal DC output
Version (1 alphabet)
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Voltage display in %
When the protection function has worked, its history is
stored in memory with a backup. Even if no abnormality
is noted while servicing the unit, an abnormality which
has occurred previously can be defined as long as the
backup data has been stored.
The history of the protection function is cleared when
DIAG is cancelled by selecting PRESET RESERVED
(Memory initialized) of DIAG menu No. 11 or when the
backup data is erased.
• Display during menu operation
During the DIAG operation, the menu list described in the
section of the startup screen appears on the
superimposed screen and the function at work is indicated
on the FL indicator. The contents displayed during the
function operation are described in the later section on
details of functions.
• Operation procedure of DIAG menu and
SUB-MENU
Cause: DC output of the power amplifier is abnormal.
Supplementary information: The abnormal voltage is
displayed in % based on 5V as 100%.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
will cause the protection function to work 3 seconds later
and the power supply will be shut off.
When there is a history of protection
function due to excessive heat sink
temperature
There are 18 MENU items, each of which has some SUBMENU items.
DIAG menu selection
Select the menu using the PROGRAM knob.
SUB-MENU selection
Select the sub-menu using
keys of PRESET/TUNING.
(Forward) and
(Reverse)
Version (1 alphabet)
DIAG menu selection
SUB-MENU selection
Voltage display in %
Reverse
Cause: The temperature of the heat sink is excessive
high.
Supplementary information: The abnormal voltage is
displayed in % based on 5V as 500%.
Reverse
Forward
Forward
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
will cause the protection function to work 1 second later
and the power supply will be shut off.
* Additional causes of protection can be due to loose
connections, associated components, CPU, etc.
* For the protection voltage value, refer to DIAG menu
No.12 described later.
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• Functions in DIAG mode
• Initial settings used to start DIAG
In addition to the DIAG menu items, functions as listed
below are available.
• Input selection, Multi channel input
• Center/Surround/Surround Back/Sub-woofer level
adjustment
• Muting
• Speaker relay A/B
• Power on/off
• Master volume
The following initial settings are used when starting DIAG.
When DIAG is canceled, these settings are restored to
those before starting DIAG.
* Functions related to the tuner and the set menu are not
available.
* It is possible to confirm Menu No.14 IF STATUS while
keeping the signal process (operation status) of each
DIAG menu by using the input mode key of the main
unit.
• Master volume: -20dB
• Input: DVD (MULTI CHANNEL INPUT OFF)
• Effect level: 0dB
• Audio mute: OFF
• Speaker relay A/B: ON
• Speaker setting: LARGE / BASS OUT = BOTH
• DIAG menu: DA601-YSS930 (1. YSS 0dB)
• Details of DIAG menu
With full-bit output specified in some modes, it is possible
to execute 0dBFS output without head margin in each
channel.
1. DA601-YSS930
This function is for YSS930 only. Main DSP of YSS930
is selected for FRONT output.
Using the sub-menu, it is possible to select 0dB output
level or full-bit output.
YSS 0dB
• The signal is output including the head margin.
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
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Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
+13.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-7.0 dBm
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YSS FULL BIT
• The signal is output in digital full bit without including
the head margin.
• The SWFR signal is output but not in digital full bit.
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
+13.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
+13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
4Mbit
DRAM
DA601-YSS930
(ANALOG)
DIR L/R
Analog
A/D
AD L/R
AK5380
Digital
L/R
SL/SR
SL/SR
SL/SR
C/LFE
SBL/
SBR
SBL/SBR or PL/PR
SBL/
SBR
CL/CR
CL/CR
SWL/SWR
SWL/
SWR
DIR
LC89057
DECODE
DSP
TI DA601
L/R
L/R
L/R
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
ReL/
ReR
YSS930(D0)
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
YSS930(D1)
(Shaded items not used in this example)
2. BYPASS
ANALOG BYPASS
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
-∞
-∞
-∞
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-∞
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DSP BYPASS
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
-∞
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
-∞
-∞
ANALOG BYPASS, DSP BYPASS
(ANALOG)
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-∞
-∞
4Mbit
DRAM
DIR L/R
Analog
A/D
AD L/R
AK5380
Digital
DIR
LC89057
L/R
L/R
L/R
L/R
SL/SR
SL/SR
SL/SR
C/LFE
SBL/
SBR
SBL/SBR or PL/PR
SBL/
SBR
CL/CR
CL/CR
SWL/
SWR
SWL/SWR
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
DECODE
DSP
TI DA601
PL/PR
ReL/
ReR
YSS930(D0)
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
YSS930(D1)
(Shaded items not used in this example)
DSP BYPASS
(DIGITAL)
4Mbit
DRAM
DIR L/R
Analog
A/D
AD L/R
AK5380
Digital
DIR
LC89057
L/R
SL/SR
SL/SR
SL/SR
C/LFE
SBL/
SBR
SBL/SBR or PL/PR
SBL/
SBR
CL/CR
CL/CR
SWL/
SWR
SWL/SWR
DECODE
DSP
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
TI DA601
YSS930(D0)
PL/PR
ReL/
ReR
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
YSS930(D1)
(Shaded items not used in this example)
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L/R
L/R
L/R
PL/PR
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3. RAM THROUGH
Using the sub-menu, it is possible to select the full-bit
output at 0dB output level.
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RAM 0dB
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
+13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-7.0 dBm
FRONT L/R
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
MAIN ATT
• MAIN -9dB
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
Input level
Volume
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
+4.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
+13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
RAM THROUGH
(ANALOG)
4Mbit
DRAM
DIR L/R
Analog
A/D
AD L/R
AK5380
Digital
DIR
LC89057
DECODE
DSP
TI DA601
L/R
L/R
L/R
L/R
SL/SR
SL/SR
SL/SR
C/LFE
SBL/
SBR
SBL/SBR or PL/PR
SBL/
SBR
CL/CR
CL/CR
SWL/
SWR
SWL/SWR
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
ReL/
ReR
YSS930(D0)
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
YSS930(D1)
(Shaded items not used in this example)
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4. PRO LOGIC / NEO6
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PRO LOGIC I
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Input level
Volume
Each ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
-∞
CENTER
-∞
+16.5 dBm
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-∞
SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
-∞
-∞
-∞
-∞
-∞
PRO LOGIC II
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
Input level
Volume
Each ch, -20 dBm
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
SPEAKER OUTPUT
CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
+13.5 dBm
-∞
-∞
+16.5 dBm
CENTER
-∞
+16.5 dBm
-∞
-∞
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-∞
-∞
-∞
-∞
Neo:6
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Input level
Volume
Each ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
FRONT L/R
+13.5 dBm
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB
-∞
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-∞
SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
-∞
-∞
-∞
PRO LOGIC/NEO:6
(ANALOG)
-∞
-∞
4Mbit
DRAM
DIR L/R
Analog
A/D
AD L/R
AK5380
Digital
DIR
LC89057
DECODE
DSP
TI DA601
L/R
SL/SR
SL/SR
SL/SR
C/LFE
SBL/
SBR
SBL/SBR or PL/PR
SBL/
SBR
CL/CR
CL/CR
SWL/
SWR
SWL/SWR
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
PL/PR
ReL/
ReR
YSS930(D0)
POST
PROCESSING
DSP
YSS930(D1)
(Shaded items not used in this example)
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L/R
L/R
L/R
PL/PR
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5. SPEAKERS SET
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The input signal is automatically identified in the order
of dts → DOLBY DIGITAL → AAC→ PCM → Analog.
There are seven sub-menu items as follows. The
signals output from the DSP block are the same as 1.
DA601-YSS930: YSS 0dB.
FRONT: SMALL 0dB
CENTER: NONE
LFE: BASS: FRONT
PRESS MIX: 5ch
SURROUND BACK: MUTE
SURROUND L/R: MUTE
SURROUND L/R: NONE
The analog switch settings for each sub-menu are as
shown in the table below.
Sub-menu
LARGE:
SMALL:
CENTER SP SURROUND SP FRONT SP LFE/BASS
1
2
FRONT: SMALL 0dB
CENTER: NONE
LARGE
NONE
LARGE
LARGE
SMALL
LARGE
SWFR
SWFR
3
4
5
LFE/BASS: FRONT
PRESS MIX: 5CH
SURROUND BACK: MUTE
SMALL
LARGE
LARGE
SMALL
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
MAIN
SWFR
SWFR
6
7
SURROUND: MUTE
SURROUND: NONE
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
NONE
LARGE
LARGE
SWFR
SWFR
This mode is used with a speaker with high
bass reproduction performance (a large
unit). Full bandwidth signals are output.
This mode is used with a speaker with low
bass reproduction performance (a small
unit). The signals of 90Hz or less are mixed
into the channel specified by LFE/BASS.
NONE:
This mode is used with no center speaker.
The center content is reduced by 3dB and
distributed to FRONT L/R.
Reference data
INPUT: DVD ANALOG
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Sub-menu
Input level
Volume
FRONT L/R CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
1 FRONT: SMALL 0dB 1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-3.0 dBm
1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +10.5 dBm
-∞
+13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB
-∞
+13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
-∞
50 Hz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +24.0 dBm +4.5 dBm +4.5 dBm +4.5 dBm
4 PRESS MIX: 5CH 1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
-7.0 dBm
5 SURROUND BACK: MUTE 1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
6 SURROUND: MUTE 1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-∞
+13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
-7.0 dBm
7 SURROUND: NONE 1 kHz Both ch, -20 dBm +6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-7.0 dBm
2 CENTER: NONE
3 LFE/BASS: FRONT
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6. EXTERNAL INPUT
HTR-5890
It is possible to select the 6ch/8ch input and 6_/8_ by
using the SUB menu.
6CH_INPUT_6OHMS
6CH_INPUT_8OHMS
8CH_INPUT_6OHMS
8CH_INPUT_8OHMS
Reference data
INPUT: MULTI CH INPUT
SUBWOOFER: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Sub-menu
Input level
Volume
1 6CH_INPUT_6ohms
Both ch, -20 dBm
2 6CH_INPUT_8ohms
3 8CH_INPUT_6ohms
Both ch, -20 dBm
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-∞
+6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-1.0 dBm
-1.0 dBm
4 8CH_INPUT_8ohms
Both ch, -20 dBm
+6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-1.0 dBm
7. MIC CHECK
The signals input through the microphone are output
via A/D - D/A.
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SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
-1.0 dBm
FRONT L/R CENTER SURROUND L/R SURROUND BACK
+6.5 dB +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm +13.5 dBm
-∞
HTR-5890
8. EFFECT OFF / DISPLAY CHECK
Initial display
All segments OFF
Lighting in lattice
Short
Lighting of segments
in lattice
HTR-5890
This program is used to check the FL display section.
The display condition varies as shown below according
to the sub-menu operation. The signals are processed
using EFFECT OFF (The L/R signal is output using
ANALOG MAIN BYPASS.)
The video signal internal/external synchronization
switching is controlled by the microprocessor. When
the initial message is displayed and all the FL segments
light up, it is switched to the internal synchronization but
other than that it is forced to the external
synchronization setting.
Also, except for the initial display, 128 pictographs for
checking the OSD driver are used for the video signal
output display.
All segments ON (dimmer 100%)
All segments ON (dimmer 50%)
Normal
Segment conditions of the FL driver and the FL tube are checked by turning ON and OFF all segments. Next, the
operation of the FL driver is checked by using the dimmer control. Then a short between segments next to each other is
checked by turning ON and OFF all segments alternately (in lattice). (In the above example, the segments in the second
row from the top are shorted.)
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9. MANUAL TEST
HTR-5890
The noise generator with a built-in DSP outputs the test
noise through the channels specified by the sub-menu.
The noise frequency for LFE is 35 to 250 Hz. Other than
that, the center frequency is 800Hz.
TEST ALL
TEST FRONT L
TEST CENTER
Noise is output from all channels.
Noise is output from the FRONT L channel.
Noise is output from the CENTER
channel.
TEST FRONT R
TEST SURROUND R
TEST SURROUND BACK R
Noise is output from the FRONT R channel.
Noise is output from the SURROUND R
channel.
Noise is output from the SURROUND
BACK R channel.
TEST SURROUND BACK L
TEST SURROUND L
TEST PRESENCE L
Noise is output from the SURROUND
BACK L channel.
Noise is output from the SURROUND L
channel.
Noise is output from the PRESENCE L
channel.
TEST PRESENCE R
TEST LFE
Noise is output from the PRESENCE R
channel.
Noise is output from the SUB
WOOFER channel.
10. RS-232C
This menu is used to check transmission of the data
and the flow port of the hardware.
With the power turned off, short between pins No.2
(RxD) and No.3 (TxD), and between pins No.7 (RTS)
and No.8 (CTS) of the RS-232C terminal. (Be sure to
turn off the power when shorting the pins.)
Start DIAG and select the menu.
There are two sub-menu items.
RxD TxD
1
6 2
7 3 8 4 9
5
RTS CTS
TxD/RxD DATA
The sub-menu is used to check transmission of the test
data. “OK” appears when the data is transmitted properly
and “NG” when it is not.
In this mode, NULL command transmission is continued
after the test command is transmitted.
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HARD FLOW
This sub-menu is used to check operation of the flow port
of the hardware. “OK” appears when the check result is
satisfactory and “NG” when it is not.
HTR-5890
11. FACTORY PRESET
This menu is used to reserve and inhibit initialization of the back-up RAM. The signals are processed using EFFECT
OFF. (The L/R signal is output using ANALOG MAIN BYPASS.)
HTR-5890
PRESET INHIBIT (Initialization inhibited)
RAM initialization is not executed. Select this sub-menu to protect the values set by the
user.
PRESET RESERVED (Initialization reserved)
Initialization of the back-up RAM is reserved. (Actually, initialization is executed the next
time that the power is turned on.) Select this sub-menu to reset to the original factory
settings or to reset the RAM. Any protection history will be cleared.
CAUTION: Before setting to the PRESET RESERVED, write down the existing preset memory content of the Tuner in a
table as shown next page. (This is because setting to the PRESET RESERVED will cause the user memory
content to be erased.)
Preset group
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
A
B
C
D
E
• PRESET STATIONS
STATION FM FACTORY PRESET DATA (MHz)
PAGE NO.
U, C
A
1
87.5
87.50
A/C/E
2
3
4
90.1
95.1
98.1
90.10
95.10
98.10
5
6
7
107.9
88.1
106.1
108.00
88.10
106.10
8
107.9
108.00
STATION AM FACTORY PRESET DATA (kHz)
PAGE NO.
U, C
A
1
630
630
B/D
2
3
4
1080
1440
530
1080
1440
531
5
6
7
1710
900
1350
1611
900
1350
8
1400
1404
12. AD DATA CHECK / FAN TEST
This menu is used to display the A/D conversion value
of the main CPU which detects panel keys of the main
unit and protection functions in % using the sub-menu.
During signal processing, the condition before
execution is maintained.
When K0/K1 menu is selected, keys become nonoperable due to detection of the values of all keys.
However, it is possible to advance to the next submenu by turning the VOLUME of the main unit. When
using this function, note that turning the VOLUME
more than 1 click would cause the volume value to
change.
DC/PS (protection detection)
DC: DC detect protection value
Normal value: 1 to 13 (Reference voltage: 5V=100% )
PS: Power supply voltage protection value
Normal value: 19 to 29 (Reference voltage: 5V=100% )
* If DC or PS is out of the normal value range, the
protection function works to turn off the power.
* The figures in the diagram are given as reference
only.
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THM/FAN OUT (temperature detection/fan drive level)
THM: Temperature detected value
Normal value: 10 to 139 (Reference voltage: 5V=500% )
Fan: Current fan drive level on the left and the past fan drive history on the right.
Display
fan drive level
H
HIGH
M
MID
L
LOW
REC-OUT (Select position)
Not applied to this model.
IMP SW/POWER LIMIT (Impedance/power limiter detection)
IMP: (Not applied to this model)
PL: Power limiter detection value
The voltage value of pin No. 135 of IC520 is displayed, using 5V/256 as standard.
Based on the input voltage value of pin No.135 of IC520, the output of pins No.6 (LC1) and No.7 (LC2) of IC505 is
controlled.
(Not applied to this model)
Speaker impedance setting During normal operation When limiter is operating Value for starting limiter operation Value for canceling limiter operation
7CH STEREO
or
6 ohms EXT8CH_INPUT
Other than those
on the above
7CH STEREO
or
8 ohms EXT8CH_INPUT
Other than those
on the above
LC1=L
LC2=H
LC1=H
LC2=H
184
157
LC1=L
LC2=H
LC1=H
LC2=L
184
157
LC1=L
LC2=L
LC1=H
LC2=L
163
157
LC1=L
LC2=L
LC1=L
LC2=H
163
157
K0/K1 (Panel key of main unit)
A/D of the key fails to function properly when the standard value is deviated by ±4%. In this case, check the constant of
partial pressure resistor, solder condition, etc. Refer to table below.
(Reference voltage: 5V=100%)
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Display
K0
K1
00+2
10±2
PRESET/TUNING
PRESET/TUNING
–
SPEAKERS A
20±2
30±2
40±2
PRESET/TUNING
FM/AM
MEMORY
SPEAKERS B
INPUT MODE
A/B/C/D/E
50±2
60±2
70±2
TUNING MODE
–
–
PURE DIRECT
TONE CONTROL
STRAIGHT/EFFECT
100
KEY OFF
KEY OFF
HTR-5890
FAN DRIVE TEST
HIGH
HTR-5890
FAN DRIVE TEST
MID
FAN DRIVE TEST
LOW
13. V CONV STATUS
The data received from the video conversion IC
(TA1270) is displayed.
LOW BYTE DATA
The status information of TA1270 is displayed in the
binary notation.
Horizontal lock judgment
0: LOCK
1: UN-LOCK
14. IF STATUS (Input function status)
Using the sub-menu, the status data is displayed one
after another in the hexadecimal notation.
During signal processing, the status before execution
of this menu is maintained.
* Numeric values in the figure example are for
reference.
IS1-2 (Internal status):
Indicates the status information of the microprocessor.
Vertical standard discrimination
0: STANDARD
1: NON-STANDARD
5th byte
4th byte
Vertical frequency
0: 50Hz
1: 60Hz
2nd byte
X'tal mode
00: −
01: 4.43
10: −
11: 3.58
Color system
00: B/W
01: SECAM
10: PAL
11: NTSC
Power ON reset
0: RESISTER PRESET
1: NORMAL
3rd byte
1st byte
<1st byte>
Digital input/output setting value
Upper 4 bits: REC OUT selected /
lower 4 bits: INPUT selected
Value
Choice
Preset name
0
1
2
3
4
6
8
9
A
NONE
OPT A
OPT B
OPT C
OPT D
OPT F
COAX A
COAX B
COAX C
V-AUX
CD
DVD
D-TV
CBL/SAT
CD
DVD
DVR/VCR2
HIGH BYTE DATA
Not applied to this model.
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HTR-5890
<2nd byte> Fs information of reproduction signal
Display
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
0A
0B
0C
0D
Fs (kHz)
Analog
32
44.1
48
64
88.2
96
Unknown NRM
Unknown DBL
Unknown QUAD
Not defined
<3rd byte> A u d i o c o d e m o d e i n f o r m a t i o n o f
reproduction signal
Display
Audio Code
00
01
MULTI MONO 1+1
02
1/0
03
2/0
04
3/0
05
2/1
06
3/1
07
2/2
08
3/2
09
2/3
0A
3/3
0B
0C
OVER 6.1 MULTI PCE
0D
Unknown
<4th byte>
Format information of reproduction signal
*1: Analog processing used for digital reproduction is not
possible because of a commercial bit or 4-ch audio
reason.
Display
00
01
10
20
21
22
23
50
51
54
58
5C
60
C0
C1
C4
Signal format
Analog (Unlock)
Incorrect digital (*1)
PCM Audio
Digital Data
IEC1937 Data
None PCM
Unknown
dts
Red dts
dts-ES MATRIX
dts-ES DISCRETE
dts-ES (Both flag)
AAC
Dolby Digital
D.D. Karaoke
D.D.6.1 (D.D.EX)
<5th byte>
Signal processing status information
*2: With digital signals other than 32kHz, 44.1kHz and
48kHz, through processing method is used for
reproducible signals.
bit7
MUTE request
bit6
bit5
bit4
Red dts flashing
6.1/EX processing
FULL MUTE (ON: 1)
bit3
–
bit2 Through & bypass (*2)
bit1
–
bit0
dts analog mute
CS1-5: Indicates channel status information of the input
signal (IEC60958).
BS1-7: Indicates information of the bit stream included in
the dts signal.
TI1-2:
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MTT: Mute Trigger
Byte No.
1
2
3
4
5
Function
Mute condition
Factor of the last mute
Error count of YSS930-FSCNT
Mute count by YSS930-FSCNT
Error factor of down load of CS49329
HTR-5890
15. DSP RAM CHECK
YSS930 Bus Check
17. SOFT SW
This menu is used to switch the function settings on
P.C.B. through the software so as to activate the
product.
The operation mode can be changed by selecting the
sub-menu and then using the STRAIGHT key. With
SOFT selected for the SW mode, the settings become
effective.
The protection function follows the P.C.B. settings.
When connected to AC, the unit is initialized to the
P.C.B. setting. Display of each function after
initialization varies depending on settings on P.C.B.
HTR-5890
This menu is used to self-diagnose whether or not the
bus connection for the YSS930 and the external RAM
is made properly.
During signal processing, the status before execution
of this menu is maintained.
The address bus and the data bus are checked and
the connection condition is displayed.
When no error is detected, "NoEr" appears on display.
SW MODE
PCB or SOFT can be selected.
Display
WAIT
NoEr
Description
Bus is being checked.
No error detected.
DATA
RSCS
ADDR
Data bus shorted or open.
/RAS or /CAS shorted, or open.
Address bus shorted or open.
MODEL SETTING
V1500 (HTR-5890) model only.
SECOND DECODER (DA601) BUS CHECK
TUNER DESTINATION
J, UC, AG or RL can be selected.
Display
Boot
NoEr
Description
Booting of DA601 being executed (When booting
is continued, possibility is that there is a defective
part or poor connection of the microprocessor
DA601 SDRAM.)
TUNER EXIST
NOT or EXIST can be selected.
Booting of DA601 has been completed properly.
RDS EXIST
NOT or EXIST can be selected.
16. PROTECTION SET
Not applied to this model.
ZONE 2 EXIST
NOT or EXIST can be selected.
VIDEO FORMAT
NTSC or PAL can be selected.
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18. MICROPROCESSOR INFORMATION
HTR-5890
The version, checksum and the port specified by the
microprocessor are displayed. The signal is
processed using EFFECT OFF. The checksum is
obtained by adding the data at every 16 bits for each
program area and expressing the result as a 4-figure
hexadecimal data.
Version
Release 1 figure / Main 2 figures / DSP 2 figures / Communication 1 figure / Boot
manufacturer 1 figure / Boot 232C 1 figure
OPE/DSP Version
Main 2 figures / DSP 2 figures
Checksum
A : All area
Checksum
2 : Boot 232C
P : Program area
M : Boot manufacturer
Check of port setting for judging microprocessor function
Display of AAC function detection port state
*1 (Model type)
“PORT:0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0”
bit 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Type 0 Type 1
Model type 0 (*1)
Model type 1 (*1)
Tuner mode 0 (*2)
Tuner mode 1 (*2)
Tuner with (1) / without (0)
RDS with (1) / without (0)
ZONE2 with (1) / without (0)
VIDEO format: PAL (1) / NTSC (0)
0
0
Model type
HTR-5890 (V1500)
*2 (Tuner mode)
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Tuner mode 0
0
0
1
Tuner mode 1
0
1
0
1
1
Tuner frequency
AM: 531-1611kHz/9kHz FM: 76.0-90.0MHz/100kHz
AM: 531-1611kHz/9kHz FM: 87.5-108.0MHz/50kHz
AM: 530-1710kHz/10kHz FM: 87.5-107.9MHz/200kHz
R destination, Port6: LOW AM: 530-1710kHz/10kHz FM: 87.5-108.0MHz/100kHz
HIGH AM: 531-1611kHz/9kHz FM: 87.5-108.0MHz/50kHz
HTR-5890
■ AMP ADJUSTMENT
Confirmation of Idling Current of Amp Unit
• Right after power is turned on, confirm that the voltage
across the terminals of R319 (FRONT Lch), R320
(FRONT Rch), R325 (CENTER), R326 (SURROUND
Lch), R327 (SURROUND Rch), R321 (SURROUND
BACK Lch), R322 (SURROUND BACK Rch) are
between 0.1mV and 10.0mV.
• If it exceeds 10.0mV, open (cutoff) R291 (FRONT Lch),
R292 (FRONT Rch), R295 (CENTER), R296
(SURROUND Lch), R297 (SURROUND Rch), R293
(SURROUND BACK Lch), R294 (SURROUND BACK
Rch) and reconfirm the voltage.
Attention
If the idle current exceeds 10.0mV after an amplifier
repair, first check for a defective component before
cutting the bias resistor.
• Confirm that the voltage is 0.2 mV ~ 15.0 mV after 60
minutes.
MAIN (2) P. C. B.
MAIN (3) P. C. B.
R292
R319
R291
R322
R321
R320
R294
R293
0.1mV ~ 10.0mV
(DC)
0.1mV ~ 10.0mV
(DC)
R319 (FRONT Lch)
R320 (FRONT Rch)
R325 (CENTER)
R326 (SURROUND Lch)
R327 (SURROUND Rch)
R321 (SURROUND BACK Lch)
R322 (SURROUND BACK Rch)
Cut off
R291 (FRONT Lch)
R292 (FRONT Rch)
R295 (CENTER)
R296 (SURROUND Lch)
R297 (SURROUND Rch)
R293 (SURROUND BACK Lch)
R294 (SURROUND BACK Rch)
R325
POWER (3) P. C. B.
R327
R326
R296
R295
R297
MAIN (4) P. C. B.
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■ DISPLAY DATA
● ANODE CONNECTION
● V851 : 17-BT-23GNK (WD507500)
y
1
PATTERN AREA
● PIN CONNECTION
16G
P1
S2
P2
S6
P3
S7
15G
S14
14G~2G
1G
1-1
1-1
2-1
2-1
3-1
3-1
P4
S3
S8
1a
4-1
4-1
P5
S1
S9
1b
5-1
5-1
P6
S4
S10
1c
1-2
1-2
P7
S5
S11
1d
2-2
2-2
65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34
P8
S12
1e
3-2
3-2
Connection F2 NX NP NP P37 P36 P35 P34 P33 P32 P31 P30 P29 P28 P27 P26 P25 P24 P23 P22 P21 P20 P19 P18 P17 P16 P15 P14 P13 P12 P11 P10
P9
S13
1f
4-2
4-2
P10
1g
5-2
5-2
P11
2a
1-3
1-3
Connection P9 P8 P7 P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 NC NC NC 17G 16G 15G 14G 13G 12G 11G 10G 9G 8G 7G 6G 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G NP NP NX F1
P12
2b
2-3
2-3
Note : 1) F1, F2 ..... Filament
P13
2c
3-3
3-3
P14
2d
4-3
4-3
P15
2e
5-3
5-3
P16
2f
1-4
1-4
P17
2g
2-4
2-4
P18
3a
3-4
3-4
P19
3b
4-4
4-4
P20
3c
5-4
5-4
P21
3d
1-5
1-5
Pin No.
33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pin No.
2) NP ..... No pin
3) NC ..... No connection
4) NX ..... No extened Pin
5) 1G ~ 17G ..... Grid
● GRID ASSIGNMENT
17G
16G
1G
2G 3G
4G
5G 6G
7G 8G
15G
9G 10G 11G 12G 13G 14G
(17G~15G)
S1
S3
S4
S2
S5
S6
S7
S8
(1G~14G)
1f
1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2
1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3
S9
S10
S11
S12
(15G)
1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1
1e
1a
2a
1b
1g
2f 2b
2g
1c
1d
2e 2c
2d
S13
3a
3f
3g
3e
3b
S15
3c
s20 3d
S16
S18
S18
S17
S19
1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5
S20
S14
(17G)
1-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4
P22
S15
3e
2-5
2-5
P23
S16
3f
3-5
3-5
P24
S17
3g
4-5
4-5
P25
S18
S20
5-5
5-5
P26
1-6
1-6
P27
2-6
2-6
P28
3-6
3-6
P29
4-6
4-6
P30
–
5-6
5-6
P31
–
1-7
1-7
P32
–
2-7
2-7
3-7
3-7
4-7
4-7
5-7
5-7
P33
–
1-6 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6
P34
–
1-7 2-7 3-7 4-7 5-7
P35
–
–
P36
–
–
B1
–
S19
P37
–
–
B2
–
–
B1
B2
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HTR-5890
IC509: LC89057W-VF4-E (DSP P.C.B)
Digital Audio Interface Transceiver
■ IC DATA
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
LC89057W-VF4-E
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
SDIN
SLRCK
SBCK
RDATA
RLRCK
DVDD
DGND
RBCK
RMCK
AGND
AVDD
LPF
AUDIO/VO
INT
CL
CE
CI
XMODE
*: Pull-down resistor internal
EMPHA/UO
RXOUT
*RX0
RX1
RX2
RX3
DGND
DVDD
*RX4
RX5/VI
*RX6/UI
DVDD
DGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DO
DI
CE
CL
XMODE
DGND
DVDD
TMCK/PIO0
TBCK/PIO1
TLRCK/PIO2
TDATA/PIO3
TXO/PIOE
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
RERR
INT
CKST
AUDIO/VO
EMPHA/UO
DGND
DVDD
XIN
XOUT
XMCK
DVDD
DGND
IC509: LC89057W-VF4-E (DSP P.C.B)
Digital Audio Interface Transceiver
32
33
35
40
39
38
41
RXOUT 1
RX0
RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5/VI
RX6/UI
2
3
4
5
Input
Selector
Demodulation
&
Lock Detect
8
9
Data
Selector
37
DO
36
RERR
21
RDATA
24
SDIN
16
17
20
22
23
RMCK
RBCK
RLRCK
SBCK
SLRCK
10
PLL
LPF 13
TMCK/PIO0
TBCK/PIO1
TLRCK/PIO2
TDATA/PIO3
Microcontroller
I/F
Cbit, Ubit
Clock
Selector
44
45
46
47
Modulation
&
Parallel Port
1/N
29
28
27
34
XIN
XOUT
XMCK
CKST
TXO/PIOEN 48
No.
1
2
3
4
Name
RXOUT
RX0
RX1
RX2
I/O
O
Is
I
Is
Function
Input bi-phase selection data output pin
TTL-compatible digital data input pin
Coaxial-compatible digital data input pin with built-in amplifier
TTL-compatible digital data input pin
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
RX3
DGND
DVDD
RX4
RX5/VI
RX6/UI
DVDD
DGND
LPF
ACDD
AGND
RMCK
RBCK
Is
TTL-compatible digital data input pin
Digital GND
Digital power supply
TTL-compatible digital data input pin
TTL-compatible digital data / Validity flag input pin for modulation
TTL-compatible digital data / User data input pin for modulation
PLL digital power supply
PLL digital GND
PLL loop filter connection pin
PLL analog power supply
PLL analog GND
R system clock output pin (256fs, 512fs, XIN, VCO)
R bit clock input/output pin
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
DGND
DVDD
RLRCK
RDATA
SBCK
SLRCK
SDIN
DGND
DVDD
XMCK
XOUT
XIN
DVDD
DGND
EMPHA/UO
AUDIO/VO
CKST
INT
RERR
DO
DI
CE
CL
XMODE
DGND
DVDD
TMCK/PIO0
TMCK/PIO1
TLRCK/PIO2
TLRCK/PIO3
TXO/PIOEN
Is
Is
Is
O
O
O/I
O/I
O
O
O
Is
O
O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
Is
Is
Is
Is
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O/I
Digital GND
Digital power supply
R LR clock input/output pin (fs)
Serial audio data input pin
S bit clock output pin (32fs, 64fs, 128fs)
S LR clock output pin (fs/s, fs, 2fs)
Serial audio data input pin
Digital GND
Digital power supply
Oscillation amplifier output pin
Crystal resonator connection output pin
Crystal resonator connection, external supply clock input pin (24.576 MHz or 12.288 MHz)
Digital power supply
Digital GND
Emphasis information / U data output / Chip address setting pin
Non-PCM output / V flag output / Chip address setting pin
Clock switch transition period signal / Demodulation master or slave function switch pin
Microcontroller interrupt output / Modulation or general-purpose I/O switch pin
PLL clock error, data error flag output
Microcontroller I/F read data output pin (3-state)
Microcontroller I/F write data input pin
Microcontroller I/F chip enable input pin
Microcontroller I/F clock input pin
System reset input pin
Digital GND
Digital power supply
Modulation 256fs system clock input / General-purpose I/O input/output pin
Modulation 64fs bit clock input / General-purpose I/O input/output pin
Modulation fs clock input / General-purpose I/O input/output pin
Modulation serial audio data input / General-purpose I/O input/output pin
Modulation data output / General-purpose I/O enable input pin
1) Input/output I or O = -0.3 to 3.6V, Is = -0.3 to 5.5V
2) Pins 32 and 33 are latch address setting input pins when pin 41 = "L".
3) Pin 34 is a demodulation function master or slave setting input pin when pin 41 = "L".
4) Pin 35 is a modulation function or general-purpose I/O function switch setting input pin when pin 41 = "L".
5) Perform ON/OFF for all power supplies with the same timing as a latch-up countermeasure.
35
HTR-5890
IC512: D601A002PYP180 (DSP P.C.B)
Decoder
*
No service part
avilable.
IC512: D601A002PYP180 (DSP P.C.B)
Decoder
Digital Signal Processors
EMIF32
L2 Cache/
Memory
4 Banks
64K Bytes
Total
McASP1
McASP0
(4-Way)
McBSP1
Pin Multiplexing
I2C0
Timer 1
C67xTM CPU
Instruction Fetch
McBSP0
I2C1
L1P Cache
Direct Mapped
4K Bytes Total
Instruction Dispatch
Enhanced
DMA
Controller
(16 channel)
L2
Memory
DA610:
192K Bytes
DA601:
64K Bytes
Instruction Decode
Data Path A
A Register File
.L1t .S1t .M1t .D1
Data Path B
B Register File
.D2 .M2t .S2t .L2t
Timer 0
Control
Registers
Control
Logic
Test
In-Circuit
Emulation
Interrupt
Control
GP1
GP0
HPI16
R2 ROM
512K
Bytes
Total
L1D Cache
2-Way Set
Associative
4K Bytes Total
Clock Generator,
Oscillator and PLL
x4 through x25 Multipliers
/1 through /32 Dividers
No.
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
36
Name
GP0[4]/(EXT_INT4)
GP0[6]/(EXT_INT6)
CVDD
VSS
DVDD
GP0[5]/(EXT_INT5)
GP0[7]/(EXT_INT7)
CLKS1
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
TINP1/AHCLKX0
TOUT1/AXRO[4]/AXR1[11]
CVDD
VSS
CLKX0/ACLKX0
TINP0/AXRO[3]/AXR1[12]
TOUT0/AXRO[2]/AXR1[13]
ACLKR0
AXRO[1]
AFSX0
CVDD
VSS
AFSR0
DVDD
VSS
AXRO[0]
AHCLKR0
CVDD
VSS
FSX1
DX1
CLKX1
VSS
CVDD
CLKR1
DR1
FSR1
VSS
CVDD
I/O
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
S
IOZ
IOZ
I
S
GND
S
I
O
S
GND
IOZ
I
O
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
IOZ
S
GND
IOZ
I
S
GND
IOZ
O/Z
IOZ
GND
S
IOZ
I
IOZ
GND
S
Power-Down
Logic
Function
General purpose I/O0 port 4
General purpose I/O0 port 6
1.2V power supply
Ground
3.3V power supply
General purpose I/O0 port 5
General purpose I/O0 port 7
McBSP1 external clock source
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
Timer 1 Input
Timer 1 Output
1.2V power supply
Ground
McASP0 Transmission BCLK
Timer 0 Input
Timer 0 Output
McASP0 Reception BCLK
McASP0 Transmission/reception data 1
McASP0 Transmission LRCLK
1.2V power supply
Ground
McASP0 Reception LRCLK
3.3V power supply
Ground
McASP0 Transmission/reception data 0
McASP0 Reception MCLK
1.2V power supply
Ground
McBSP1 Transmission Frame Sync (Input in SPI slave state)
McBSP1 Transmission data
McBSP1 Transmission clock (Input in SPI slave state)
Ground
1.2V power supply
McBSP1 Reception clock
McBSP1 Reception data
McBSP1 Reception Frame Sync
Ground
1.2V power supply
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
Name
SCL0
SDA0
CVDD
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
DVDD
VSS
VSS
CVDD
CVDD
VSS
CVDD
VSS
DVDD
ARDY
/CE3
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
/CE2
EA2
EA3
EA4
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
EA5
EA6
EA7
EA8
DVDD
VSS
EA9
/SDRAS
EA10
ECLKOUT
ECLKIN
/SDCAS
CVDD
VSS
CLKOUT2/GP0[2]
/SDWE
DVDD
VSS
EA11
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
EA14
EA13
EA16
EA12
EA15
EA18
CVDD
VSS
DVDD
I/O
IOZ
IOZ
S
S
GND
S
S
GND
GND
S
S
GND
S
GND
S
I
O/Z
S
GND
S
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
S
GND
S
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
S
GND
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
I
O/Z
S
GND
O/Z
O/Z
S
GND
O/Z
S
GND
S
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
S
GND
S
Function
12C0 clock
12C0 data
1.2V power supply
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
3.3V power supply
Ground
Ground
1.2V power supply
1.2V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
Ground
3.3v power supply
Asynchronous RAM Ready input
For external memory area, Enable 3
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
For external memory area, Enable 2
For external memory, Address 2
For external memory, Address 3
For external memory, Address 4
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2v power supply
For external memory, Address 5
For external memory, Address 6
For external memory, Address 7
For external memory, Address 8
3.3V power supply
Ground
For external memory, Address 9
Asynchronous RAM OE / SDRAM RAS / SBS RAM OE
For external memory, Address 10
Clock output for EMIF
Clock input for EMIF
Asynchronous RAM RE / SDRAM CAS / SBSRAM ADS
1.2V power supply
Ground
Half clock output of device Speed
Asynchronous RAM WE / SDRAM WE / SBSRAM WE
3.3V power supply
Ground
For external memory, Address 11
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
For external memory, Address 14
For external memory, Address 13
For external memory, Address 16
For external memory, Address 12
For external memory, Address 15
For external memory, Address 18
1.2V power supply
Ground
3.3V power supply
HTR-5890
IC512: D601A002PYP180 (DSP P.C.B)
Decoder
No.
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
Name
EA17
EA19
EA20
/CE0
/CE1
CVDD
CVDD
VSS
DVDD
/BE1
EA21
/BE0
ED13
ED15
ED14
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
ED11
ED12
ED9
ED10
ED6
ED7
ED8
CVDD
VSS
DVDD
ED4
ED5
ED3
ED2
ED1
ED0
CVDD
VSS
GP0[1]
BUSREQ
/HOLDA
/HOLD
AFSR1
ACLKR1
DVDD
VSS
AXR1[0]
AXR1[1]
AXR1[2]
AXR18[3]
AXR1[4]
VSS
CVDD
AXR1[5]
AXR1[6]
AXRO[8]/AXR1[7]
ACLKX1
AMUTE1
AFSX1
GP0[0]
I/O
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
S
S
GND
S
O/Z
O/Z
O/Z
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
S
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
S
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
IOZ
O/Z
O/Z
I
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
GND
S
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
OZ
IOZ
IOZ
IC512: D601A002PYP180 (DSP P.C.B)
Decoder
Function
For external memory, Address 17
For external memory, Address 19
For external memory, Address 20
For external memory area, Enable 0
For external memory area, Enable 1
1.2V power supply
1.2V power supply
Ground
3.3V power supply
For external memory, Byte Enable Control 1
For external memory, Address 21
For external memory, Byte Enable Control 0
For external memory, Data 13
For external memory, Data 15
For external memory, Data 14
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
For external memory, Data 11
For external memory, Data 12
For external memory, Data 9
For external memory, Data 10
For external memory, Data 6
For external memory, Data 7
For external memory, Data 8
1.2V power supply
Ground
3.3V power supply
For external memory, Data 4
For external memory, Data 5
For external memory, Data 3
For external memory, Data 2
For external memory, Data 1
For external memory, Data 0
1.2V power supply
Ground
General purpose I/O0 port 1
For external memory, Bus request output
For external memory, Hold request approval to host
For external memory, Hold request from host
McASP1 reception LRCLK
McASP1 reception BCLK
3.3V power supply
Ground
McASP1 transmission/reception data 0
McASP1 transmission/reception data 1
McASP1 transmission/reception data 2
McASP1 transmission/reception data 3
McASP1 transmission/reception data 4
Ground
1.2V power supply
McASP1 transmission/reception data 5
McASP1 transmission/reception data 6
McASP1 transmission/reception data 7
McASP1 transmission BCLK
McASP1 MUTE output
McASP1 transmission LRCLK
General purpose I/O0 port 0 (SPI ready signal output Active: H)
No.
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
Name
CVDD
VSS
AHCLKX1
GP0[8]
AHCLKR1
DVDD
VSS
GP0[3]
GP0[9]
GP0[10]
GP0[11]
GP0[12]
CVDD
VSS
CVDD
GP0[13]
GP0[14]
GP0[15]
NMI
/RESET
CVDD
OSCIN
OSCOUT
OSCVSS
OSCVDD
VSS
DVDD
CLKOUT3
EMU1
EMU0
TDO
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
TDI
TMS
TCK
VSS
CVDD
CVDD
/TRST
RSV2
PLLG
RSV0
PLLV
PLLHV
RSV1
CLKIN
CLKMODE0
DVDD
VSS
CVDD
I/O
S
GND
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
S
GND
S
IOZ
IOZ
IOZ
I
I
S
I
O
GND
S
GND
S
O
IOZ
IOZ
O/Z
S
GND
S
I
I
I
GND
S
S
I
O/Z
A
A
A
A
I
I
I
S
GND
S
Function
1.2V power supply
Ground
General purpose I/O0 port 8
HPI data pin 8
McASP1 reception MCLK
3.3V power supply
Ground
General purpose I/O0 port 3
General purpose I/O0 port 9
General purpose I/O0 port 10
General purpose I/O0 port 11
General purpose I/O0 port 12
1.2V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
General purpose I/O0 port 13
General purpose I/O0 port 14
General purpose I/O0 port 15
Nonmaskable Interrupt ↑ edge
Device reset
1.2V power supply
X’tal input, Oscillation: 12 to 25MHz
X’tal output
X’tal GND internal connection
X’tal 1.2V power supply internal connection
Ground
3.3V power supply
Programmable clock output up to 32 division of PLL
JTAG emulation pin 1 (1kΩ PD when boundary scanning)
JTAG emulation pin 0 (1kΩ PD when boundary scanning)
JTAG Data Out
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
JTAG Data In
JTAG Mode Select
JTAG Clock
Ground
1.2V power supply
1.2V power supply
JTAG Reset
Reserved (unconnected)
Analog GND for PLL
Reserved (unconnected)
Analog 1.2V power supply for PLL
Analog 3.3V power supply for PLL
Reserved (unconnected)
Clock input
PLL input clock selection: Clkin or X’tal
3.3V power supply
Ground
1.2V power supply
37
HTR-5890
IC516, 518: YSS930-SZ (DSP P.C.B.)
DSP
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
VDD2
RAMA10
RAMA9
RAMA3
RAMA4
RAMA2
RAMA5
VDD1
RAMA1
RAMA6
RAMA0
RAMA7
RAMA8
RASN
RAMOEN
RAMWEN
CASN
RAMD15
RAMD14
RAMD13
VDD1
RAMD12
RAMD11
RAMD10
VSS
IC516, 518: YSS930-SZ (DSP P.C.B.)
DSP
VSS
RAMA11
RAMA12
RAMA13
RAMA14
RAMA15
RAMA16
RAMA17
VDD1
/CS
SO
SI
SCK
/IC
SDWCK
SDBCK
SDI7
SDI6
SDI5
SDI4
SDI3
SDI2
SDI1
SDI0
VDD2
VDD2
RAMD9
RAMD8
RAMD7
RAMD6
RAMD5
RAMD4
RAMD3
RAMD2
RAMD1
RAMD0
VDD1
IOPORT19
IOPORT18
IOPORT17
IOPORT16
SDO7
SDO6
SDO5
SDO4
SDO3
SDO2
SDO1
SDO0
VSS
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
CONTROL
SIGNALS
WCKOP
ADDRESS
RAM
17 bit *256 word
MPLOAD
CONTROL REGISTER
COEFFICIENT
RAM
16 bit *1024 word
SDBCKO
PROGRAM
RAM
50 bit *1024 word
BCKOP
MICROPROCESSOR
INTERFACE
SDWCKO
IOPORT19~0
SCK
SI
SO
/CS
VSS
XO
XI
IOPORT0
IOPORT1
IOPORT2
IOPORT3
IOPORT4
IOPORT5
IOPORT6
IOPORT7
AVSS
CPO
AVDD
VDD1
(NC)
IOPORT8
IOPORT9
IOPORT10
IOPORT11
IOPORT12
IOPORT13
IOPORT14
IOPORT15
VDD2
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
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
SDBCK
DSP INTERNAL
OPERATING CLOCK
CK (30.72~40.96MHz)
EXTERNAL RAM
INTERFACE
RAMA17~0
CASN
RASN
RAMWEN
RAMOEN
XI
RAMD15~0
38
CPO
XO
PLL
ZEROF7R-0L
32 bit DSP Core
SDO INTERFACE
OVF
END
DATA RAM
32 bit *1024 word
SDI0
SDI1
SDI2
SDI3
SDI4
SDI5
SDI6
SDI7
SDI INTERFACE
SDWCK
SDO0
SDO1
SDO2
SDO3
SDO4
SDO5
SDO6
SDO7
No.
1
2
3
4
Name
VSS
XO
XI
IOPORT0
I/O
O
I
I+/O
Function
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
IOPORT1
IOPORT2
IOPORT3
IOPORT4
IOPORT5
IOPORT6
IOPORT7
AVSS
CPO
AVDD
VDD1
(NC)
IOPORT8
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
A
I+/O
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO0 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
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
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
IOPORT9
IOPORT10
IOPORT11
IOPORT12
IOPORT13
IOPORT14
IOPORT15
VDD2
VSS
SDO0
SDO1
SDO2
SDO3
SDO4
SDO5
SDO6
SDO7
IOPORT16
IOPORT17
IOPORT18
IOPORT19
VDD1
RAMD0
RAMD1
RAMD2
RAMD3
RAMD4
RAMD5
RAMD6
RAMD7
RAMD8
RAMD9
VDD2
VSS
RAMD10
RAMD11
RAMD12
VDD1
RAMD13
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
I+/O
General purpose input/output terminal, SD04 Rch zero-flag output terminal
Digital ground terminal
Terminal for connecting crystal oscillator
Terminal for connecting crystal oscillator (12.288 ∼ 15.0MHz)
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO0 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO1 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO1 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO2 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO2 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO3 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
General purpose input/output terminal, SDO3 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input/output terminal for branching program conditions
Analog ground terminal (for PLL)
Terminal for connecting PLL filter
+2.5V digital power supply (for PLL)
+3.3V digital power supply (for input/output terminal)
(Unconnected)
General purpose input/output terminal, SD04 Lch zero-flag output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, SD05 Lch zero-flag output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, SD05 Rch zero-flag output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, SD06 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input terminal 0 for chip address setting
General purpose input/output terminal, SD06 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input terminal 1 for chip address setting
General purpose input/output terminal, SD07 Lch zero-flag output terminal, input terminal 2 for chip address setting
General purpose input/output terminal, SD07 Rch zero-flag output terminal, input terminal 3 for chip address setting
+2.5V digital power supply (for internal circuit)
Digital ground terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
PCM output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, overflow detect output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, program end detect output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, 64fs clock output terminal
General purpose input/output terminal, fs clock output terminal
+3.3V digital power supply (for input/output terminal)
Data input/output terminal 0 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 1 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 2 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 3 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 4 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 5 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 6 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 7 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 8 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 9 for external memory
+2.5V digital power supply (for internal circuit)
Digital ground terminal
Data input/output terminal 10 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 11 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 12 for external memory
+3.3V digital power supply (for input/output terminal)
Data input/output terminal 13 for external memory
HTR-5890
IC516, 518: YSS930-SZ (DSP P.C.B.)
DSP
No.
57
58
59
60
Name
RAMD14
RAMD15
CASN
RAMWEN
I/O
I+/O
I+/O
O
O
Function
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
RAMOEN
RASN
RAMA8
RAMA7
RAMA0
RAMA6
RAMA1
VDD1
RAMA5
RAMA2
RAMA4
RAMA3
RAMA9
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Output enable output terminal for external memory
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
RAMA10
VDD2
VSS
RAMA11
RAMA12
RAMA13
RAMA14
RAMA15
RAMA16
RAMA17
VDD1
/CS
SO
SI
SCK
/IC
SDWCK
SDBCK
SDI7
SDI6
SDI5
SDI4
SDI3
SDI2
SDI1
SDI0
VDD2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Is
Ot
Is
Is
Is
I
Is
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
-
Address output terminal 10 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 14 for external memory
Data input/output terminal 15 for external memory
Column address strobe output terminal for external DRAM
Write enable output terminal for external memory
Low address strobe output terminal for external DRAM
Address output terminal 8 for external memory
Address output terminal 7 for external memory
Address output terminal 0 for external memory
Address output terminal 6 for external memory
Address output terminal 1 for external memory
+3.3V digital power supply (for input/output terminal)
Address output terminal 5 for external memory
Address output terminal 2 for external memory
Address output terminal 4 for external memory
Address output terminal 3 for external memory
Address output terminal 9 for external memory
+2.5V digital power supply (for internal circuit)
Digital ground terminal
Address output terminal 11 for external memory
Address output terminal 12 for external memory
Address output terminal 13 for external memory
Address output terminal 14 for external memory
Address output terminal 15 for external memory
Address output terminal 16 for external memory
Address output terminal 17 for external memory
+3.3V digital power supply (for input/output terminal)
Microprocessor interface chip select input terminal
Microprocessor interface data output terminal
Microprocessor interface data input terminal
Microprocessor interface clock input terminal
Initial clear input terminal
Word clock (fs) input terminal for SDI/SDO interface
Bit clock (64fs) input terminal for SDI/SDO interface
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
PCM input terminal
+2.5V digital power supply (for internal circuit)
Is: Schmidt trigger input terminal
I+: Input terminal with pull-up resistor
O: Digital output terminal
Ot: 3-state digital output terminal
A: Analog terminal
39
HTR-5890
IC520 : M30805SGP (FUNCTION P.C.B)
16bit µ-COM (Main CPU)
P11/D9
P12/D10
P13/D11
P14/D12
P15/D13/INT3
P16/D14/INT4
P17/D15/INT5
P20/A0
P21/A1
P22/A2
P23/A3
P24/A4
P25/A5
P26/A6
P27/A7
Vss
P30/A8
Vcc
P120
P121
P122
P123
P124
P31/A9
P32/A10
P33/A11
P34/A12
P35/A13
P36/A14
P37/A15
P40/A16
P41/A17
Vss
P42/A18
Vcc
P43/A19
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
IC520 : M30805SGP (FUNCTION P.C.B)
16bit µ-COM (Main CPU)
P10/D8
109
72
P44/CS3/A20
P07/D7
110
71
P45/CS2/A21
P06/D6
111
70
P46/CS1/A22
P05/D5
112
69
P47/CS0/A23
P04/D4
113
68
P125
P114
114
67
P126
P113
115
66
P127
P112
116
65
P50/WRL/WR/CASL
P111
117
64
P51/WRH/BHE/CASH
P110
118
63
P52/RD/DW
P03/D3
119
62
P53/BCLK/ALE/CLKout
P02/D2
120
61
P130
P01/D1
121
60
P131
P00/D0
122
59
Vcc
P157
123
58
P132
P156
124
57
Vss
P155
125
56
P133
P154
126
55
P54/HLDA/ALE
P153
127
54
P55/HOLD
P152
128
53
P56/ALE/RAS
P151
129
52
P57/RDY
Vss
130
51
P134
P150
131
50
P135
Vcc
132
49
P136
P107/AN7/KI3
133
48
P137
P106/AN6/KI2
134
47
P60/CTS0/RTS0
P105/AN5/KI1
135
46
P61/CLK0
P104/AN4/KI0
136
45
P62/RXD0
P103/AN3
137
44
P63/TXD0
P102/AN2
138
43
P64/CTS1/RTS1/CTS0/CLKS1
P101/AN1
139
42
P65/CLK1
Avss
140
41
Vss
P100/AN0
141
40
P66/RXD1
Vref
142
39
Vcc
Avcc
143
38
P67/TXD1
P97/Adtrg/RxD4/SCL4/STxD4
144
37
P70/TXD2/SDA/TA0out
Port P0
Port P1
8
Port P3
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
P77/TA3in
P76/TA3out
P75/TA2in/W
P74/TA2out/W
P73/CTS2/RTS2/TA1in/V
P72/CLK2/TA1out/V
P71/RXD2/SCL/TA0in/TB5in
28
P81/TA4in/U
P80/TA4out/U
27
P82/INT0
8
8
Port P2
26
25
P84/INT2
8
P83/INT1
24
16
CNVss
P85/NMI
15
BYTE
23
14
P140
Vcc
13
P141
22
12
P142
Xin
11
P143
21
10
P144
Vss
9
P145
20
8
P146
Xout
7
P90/TB0in/CLK3
19
6
P91/TB1in/RxD3/SCL3
RESET
5
P92/TB2in/TxD3/SDA3/STxD3
18
4
P93/DA0/TB3in/CTS3/RTS3/SS3
17
3
P94/DA1/TB4in/CTS4/RTS4/SS4
I/O Port
P87/Xcin
2
P95/ANEX0/CLK4
8
P86/Xcout
1
P96/ANEX1/TxD4/SDA4
M30805SGP
8
Port P4
Port P5
8
Port P6
Internal Peripheral Functions
Timer
System Clock Generator
RAM
24K
M16C/80 Series 16-bit CPU core
Watchdog Timer
(15 bits)
Port P14
7
Port P13
8
Port P12
8
Port P11
5
8
8
Port P10
Multiplier
8
DRAM
Controller
SVF
SVP
VCT
Port P15
40
DRAM
Controller
FLG
INTB
ISP
USP
PC
Port P9
D-A Converter
(8 bits x 2 channels)
Registers
R0H
R0H R0L
R0L
R1H
R1H R1L
R1L
R2
R2
R3
R3
SVP
A0
VCT
A1
SVP
FB
VCT
SB
Port P85
CRC arithmetic Circuit (CCITT)
(Polynomial: X16+X12+X5+1)
7
Memory
X-Y Converter
(16 bits x 16 bits)
8
XIN - XOUT
XCIN - XCOUT
UART/ Clock Synchronous
SI/O (8 bits x 5 channels)
Port P8
A-D Converter (10 bits x 8 channels,
Expendable up to 10 channels)
Port P7
Timer TA0 (16 bits)
Timer TA1 (16 bits)
Timer TA2 (16 bits)
Timer TA3 (16 bits)
Timer TA4 (16 bits)
Timer TB0 (16 bits)
Timer TB1 (16 bits)
Timer TB2 (16 bits)
Timer TB3 (16 bits)
Timer TB4 (16 bits)
Timer TB5 (16 bits)
Pin
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
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Pin function
P96/ANEX1/TxD4/SDA4/SRxD4
P95/ANEX0/CLK4
P94/DA1/TB4in/CTS4/RTS4/SS4
P93/DA0/TB3in/CTS3/RTS3/SS3
P92/TB2in/TxD3/SDA3/SRxD3
P91/TB1in/RxD3/SCL3/STxD3
P90/TB0in/CLK3
P146
P145
P144
P143
P142
P141
P140
BYTE
CNVss
P87/Xcin
P86/Xcout
RESET
Xout
Vss
Xin
Vcc
P85/NMI
P84/INT2
P83/INT1
P82/INT0
P81/TA4in/U
P80/TA4out/U
P77/TA3in
P76/TA3out
P75/TA2in/W
P74/TA2out/W
P73/CTS2/RTS2/TA1in/V
P72/CLK2/TA1out/V
P71/RxD2/SCL2/TA0in/TB5in
P70/TxD2/SDA2/TA0out
P67/TxD1
Vcc
P66/RxD1
Vss
P65/CLK1
P64/CTS1/RTS1/CTS0/CLKS1
P63/TxD0
P62/RxD0
P61/CLK0
P60/CTS0/RTS0
P137
P136
P135
P134
P57/RDY
P56/ALE/RAS
P55/HOLD
P54/HLDA/ALE
P133
Vss
P132
Vcc
P131
P130
Function
TxD4
CLK4
P94
DA0
TxD3
RxD3
CLK3
P146
P145
P144
P143
P142
P141
P140
BYTE
CNVss
P87
P86
RESET
Xout
Vss
Xin
Vcc
NMI
INT2
INT1
INT0
TA4in
P80
TA3in
P76
TA2in
P74
CTS2
P72
SCL2
SDA
TxD1
Vcc
RxD1
Vss
CLK1
P64
TxD0
P62
CLK0
P60
P137
P136
P135
P134
RDY
ALE
HOLD
HLDA
P133
Vss
P132
Vcc
P131
P130
Name
TXDR
RTS
CTS
FAN
SDTN
RXRDS
SCKN
CEB
CES
RDSE
CEF
/FLR
RDTP
SDTP
BYTE
CNVss
BT232C
BTYDC
/RES
XOUT
VSS
XIN
VCC
NMI
REM1
PSW
PDET
VSY
/ICY
RXDR
DMT
INTDSP
VBIT
CEP
SCKP
SCL
SDA
SDM
VCC
SDD
VSS
SCK
/CSY
DTEV
CEEV
CKEV
/CSTI
/CSDIR
INTFCT
/RCLK
/RTXD
/RDY
ALE
/HOLD
HLDA
/CSDAC
VSS
/MIC
VCC
SPIRDY
/ICD
Detail of function
232C TX data / YDC TX data
232C RTS / YDC clock
232C CTS
Fan control
None audio TX data
RDS RX data / Freq data (R ver)
None audio serial clock
BU2092 CE / ZONE2 function
OSD CE / NTSC ? PAL format
RDS CE / RDS function
FL CE / Model detect 0
FL IC reset / Model detect 1
PLL IC RX data
PLL IC TX data / Tuner exist
16bit data bus: VSS
Processor mode choice
232C boot signal / 6ch input key
YDC boot signal (Flash ROM write)
Reset
Clock out
Ground
Clock in
+5V
Un-use (VCC with R)
Remote controller pulse
Power SW
Power detect
Vertical sync pulse
IC YSS IC
232C RX data
Digital full mute
DIR, TI (DA601) interrupt
Digital full mute rear L/R
PLL IC CE / Tuner step 1
PLL IC clock / Tuner step 0
IIC bus clock
IIC bus data
DIR, TI (DA601), YSS930, DAC TX
+5V
DIR, TI (DA601), YSS930, DAC RX
Ground
DIR, TI (DA601), YSS930, DAC clock
YSS930 CE
E-Volume TX data
E-Volume CE
E-Volume clock
TI (DA601) CE
DIR CE
Interrupt factor DIR or TI (DA601)
Recout SW control (ROHM) clock
Recout SW control (ROHM) data
+5V fix
Open
+5V fix
Open
DAC CE
Ground
Mic detect
+5V
TI (DA601) Serial Ready
IC DIR IC
I/O
On
Off Backup
SO
O
OL
OL
SCK
I/O
OL
OL
I
I
I
OL
DA-O
I
I
OL
SO
SO
OL
OL
SI
SI
I
OL
SCK
SCK OL
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
I
I
I
OL
O/I
O
OL
OL
VSS
VSS VSS VSS
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
I (PU)
I
I
OL
I
I
I
OL
I
OPEN
VSS
VSS VSS VSS
12MHz
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
INT (LoEdge)
I
I
OL
INT (HiEdge)
I
I
OL
INT (LoEdge)
I
I
I
Lo Edge
I
I
OL
O
O
OL
OL
Double Edge
I
I
OL
O
O
OL
OL
INT (LoEdge)
I
I
OL
I
I
I
OL
I/O
O
OL
OL
I/O
O
OL
OL
I/O
I/O
OL
OL
I/O
I/O
OL
OL
SO
SO
OL
OL
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
SI
SI
I
OL
VSS
VSS VSS VSS
SCK
SCK OL
OL
O
O
OL
OL
SO
SO
OL
OL
O
O
OL
OL
SCK
SCK OL
OL
O
O
OL
OL
O
O
OL
OL
I
I
I
OL
O
O
OL
OL
O
O
OL
OL
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
OPEN
OPEN OPEN OPEN
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
OPEN
OPEN OPEN OPEN
O
O
OL
OL
VSS
VSS VSS VSS
I
I
I
OL
VCC
VCC VCC VCC
I
I
I
OL
O
O
OL
OL
HTR-5890
IC520 : M30805SGP (FUNCTION P.C.B)
16bit µ-COM (Main CPU)
Pin
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
Pin function
P53/BCLK/ALE/CLKout
P52/RD/DW
P51/WRH/BHE/CASH
P50/WRL/WR/CASL
P127
P126
P125
P47/CS0/A23
P46/CS1/A22
P45/CS2/A21
P44/CS3/A20(MA12)
P43/A19(MA11)
Vcc
P42/A18(MA10)
Vss
P41/A17(MA9)
P40/A16(MA8)
P37/A15(MA7)(D15)
P36/A14(MA6)(D14)
P35/A13(MA5)(D13)
P34/A12(MA4)(D12)
P33/A11(MA3)(D11)
P32/A10(MA2)(D10)
P31A9(MA1)(D9)
P124
P123
P122
P121
P120
Vcc
P30/A8(MA0)(D8)
Vss
P27/A7(D7)
P26/A6(D6)
P25/A5(D5)
P24/A4(D4)
P23/A3(D3)
P22/A2(D2)
P21/A1(D1)
P20/A0(D0)
P17/D15/INT5
P16/D14/INT4
P15/D13/INT3
P14/D12
P13/D11
P12/D10
P11/D9
P10/D8
P07/D7
P06/D6
P05/D5
P04/D4
P114
P113
P112
P111
P110
P03/D3
P02/D2
P01/D1
P00/D0
Function
BCLK
RD
WRH
WRL
P127
P126
P125
CS0
CS1
CS2
CS3
A19
Vcc
A18
Vss
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
P124
P123
P122
P121
P120
Vcc
A8
Vss
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
P114
P113
P112
P111
P110
D3
D2
D1
D0
IC520 : M30805SGP (FUNCTION P.C.B)
16bit µ-COM (Main CPU)
Name
BCLK
/RD
BHE
/WR
CPNTD
SVIDD
/FMTS
CS0
CS1
CS2
CS3
A19
VCC
A18
VSS
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
/Z2MT
/HPMT
/FMTSW
/FMTC
/FMTM
VCC
A8
VSS
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
PRI
PRY
/Z3MT
PGB
PGA
D3
D2
D1
D0
Detail of function
Open
Flash ROM OE
Open
Flash ROM WE
Component DVD signal detect
S video signal detect
Full mute SBL / SBR
Flash ROM CE
Open
Open
Open
External ROM address
+5V
External ROM address
Ground
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
Zone2 mute
Headphone mute
Full mute SW L / SW R / SW MONO
Full mute CENTER
Full mute MAIN L/R / RL / RR
+5V
External ROM address
Ground
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM address
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
I protection detect
Power relay
Zone3 mute
Program selector B
Program selector A
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
External ROM data
I/O
OPEN
O
OPEN
O
I
I
O
O
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
VCC
VSS
O
O
O
O
O
VCC
VSS
I
O
O
I
I
-
On
Off
OPEN OPEN
OPEN OPEN
I
I
I
I
O
OL
O
OL
OPEN OPEN
OPEN OPEN
OPEN OPEN
VCC VCC
VSS VSS
O
OL
O
OL
O
OL
O
OL
O
OL
VCC VCC
VSS VSS
I
I
O
OL
O
OL
I
I
I
I
-
Backup
OPEN
OPEN
OL
OL
OL
OL
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
VCC
VSS
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
VCC
VSS
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
-
Pin
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
Pin function
P157
P156
P155
P154
P153
P152
P151
Vss
P150
Vcc
P107/AN7/KI3
P106/AN6/KI2
P105/AN5/KI1
P104/AN4/KI0
P103/AN3
P102/AN2
P101/AN1
AVss
P100/AN0
Vref
AVcc
P97/Adtrg/RxD4/SCL4/STxD4
Function
P157
P156
P155
P154
P153
P152
P151
Vss
P150
Vcc
P107
AN6
AN5
AN4
AN3
AN2
AN1
AVss
AN0
Vref
AVcc
RxD4
Name
VRB
VRA
ISB
ISA
SCKA
SDTA
CEL
VSS
/ICTI
VCC
/HP
REC
PLMT
KY1
KY0
THM
PRD
AVSS
PRV
VREF
AVCC
RXDR
Detail of function
Volume encoder B
Volume encoder A
Input selector B
Input selector A
Audio IC clock
Audio IC TX data
SANYO IC CE
Ground
IC TI (DA601)
+5V
Headphone detect
Recout selector
Power limiter detect
Key SW line 1
Key SW line 0
Temperature detect
DC protection
AD ground
PS protection
AD reference
AD +5V
232C / YDC RX data
I/O
I
I
I
I
SCK
SO
O
VSS
O
VCC
I
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AVSS
AD
AVCC
AVCC
SI
On
Off
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
SCK OL
SO
OL
O
OL
VSS VSS
O
OL
VCC VCC
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
AVSS AVSS
I
I
AVCC AVCC
AVCC AVCC
I
I
Backup
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
VSS
OL
VCC
OL
I
I
I
I
I
I
AVSS
I
AVCC
AVCC
OL
Key Input(A-D) Pull-Up Resistance 10 k-Ohms
Ohm
V
KEY0
KEY1
0k
+ 1.2 k
+ 1.2 k
+ 1.8 k
+ 2.7 k
~ 0.27
~ 0.75
~ 1.22
~ 1.76
~ 2.28
PRESET/TUNING PRESET/TUNING PRESET/TUNING
FM/AM MEMORY
<
>
EDIT
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
INPUT MODE A/B/C/D/E
–
A
B
+ 3.3 k
+ 4.7 k
+ 8.2 k
~ 2.76
~ 3.24
~ 3.76
TUNING
–
–
MODE
PURE
TONE
STRAIGHT
DIRECT CONTROL EFFECT
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