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FILE NO. 810-200001
SERVICE MANUAL
DIGITAL VIDEO
DVD VIDEO PLAYER
SD-1200
Feb., 2000 s
LASER BEAM CAUTION LABEL
When the power supply is being turned on, you may not remove this laser cautions label. If it removes, radiation of a laser
may be recceived.
PREPARATION OF SERVICING
Pickup Head consists of a laser diode that is very susceptible to external static electricity.
Although it operates properly after replacement, if it was subject to electrostatic discharge during replacement,
its life might be shortened. When replacing, use a conductive mat, soldering iron with ground wire, etc. to
protect the laser diode from damage by static electricity.
And also, the LSI and IC are same as above.
Ground conductive
wrist strap for body.
Soldering iron
with ground wire
or ceramic type
1MΩ
Conductive mat
The ground resistance
between the ground line
and the ground is less than 10Ω.
SAFETY NOTICE
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet (do
not use an isolation transformer for this check). Use an
AC voltmeter, having 5000 Ω per volt or more sensitivity.
Connect a 1500 Ω 10 W resistor, paralleled by a 0.15 µF
150V AC capacitor between a known good earth ground
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all exposed metal parts of
cabinet (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet
screwheads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.).
Measure the AC voltage across the 1500 Ω resistor.
The test must be conducted with the AC switch on and
then repeated with the AC switch off. The AC voltage
indicated by the meter may not exceed 0.3 V. A reading
exceeding 0.3 V indicates that a dangerous potential
exists, the fault must be located and corrected.
Repeat the above test with the DVD VIDEO PLAYER
power plug reversed.
NEVER RETURN A DVD VIDEO PLAYER TO THE
CUSTOMER WITHOUT TAKING NECESSARY
CORRECTIVE ACTION.
READING SHOULD NOT EXCEED 0.3V
AC VOLTMETER
(5000 W per volt
or more sensitivity)
DVD VIDEO PLAYER
1500 W
10 W
AC OUTLET
Good earth ground
such as a water pipe,
conduit, etc.
0.15 µF 150V AC
Test all exposed metal.
Voltmeter Hook-up for Leakage Current Check
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
CONTENTS
SECTION 1
GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
3-1. Main Circuit
3-1-1. Servo System
3-1-2. Location Diagram of Servo Test Point
1. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
2. LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS AND MECHANISM PARTS
2-1. Location of Main Parts
2-2. Location of Mechanism Parts
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
SECTION 2
PART REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
1-2-4. Front PC Board
1-3. Mechanism Parts
1-3-1. Mechanism Chassis Assembly
1-3-2. Loading Belt
1-3-3. Loading Motor
1-3-4. Sub Chassis (with a pickup mechanism)
1-3-5. Pickup Mechanism Assembly
1-3-6. Gear A Assembly, Gear B and Rack Gear Assembly
1-3-7. Feed Motor
1. REPLACEMENT OF MECHANICAL PARTS
1-1. Cabinet Replacement
1-1-1. Top Cover
1-1-2. Clamper Stay
1-1-3. Tray Panel
1-1-4. Front Panel and Tray
1-1-5. Rear Panel
1-2. PC Board Replacement
1-2-1. Main PC Board
1-2-2. Output PC Board
1-2-3. Power PC board
SECTION 3
SERVICING DIAGRAMS
1. STANDING PC BOARDS FOR SERVICING
2. CIRCUIT SYMBOLS AND SUPPLEMENTARY EXPLANATION
2-1. Precautions for Part Replacement
2-2. Solid Resistor Indication
2-3. Capacitance Indication
2-4. Inductor Indication
2-5. Waveform and Voltage Measurement
2-6. When Replaced ROM ICs or Upgraded Firmware
3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
4. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
4-1. Overall Block Diagram
4-2. Power Supply Block Diagram
4-3. Front Display, Power Switch Block Diagram
4-4. Main Block Diagrams
4-5. Output Block Diagram
5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
5-1. Power Supply Circuit Diagram
5-2. Front Display, Power Switch Circuit Diagram
5-3. Main Circuit Diagram
5-4. Output Circuit Diagram
5-5. Motor System Circuit Diagrams
6. PC BOARDS
6-1. Power Supply PC Board
6-2. Power Switch PC Board
6-3. Main PC Board
6-4. Output PC Board
6-5. Front Display PC Board
SECTION 4
PARTS LIST
SAFETY PRECAUTION
NOTICE
ABBREVIATIONS
1. Integrated Circuit (IC)
2. Capacitor (Cap)
3. Resistor (Res)
4. EXPLODED VIEWS
4-1. Packing Assembly
4-2. Chassis Assembly
4-3. Mechanism Assembly
5. PARTS LIST
SECTION1
GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
Introduction
1. OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
AVIS
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE
PAS OUVRIR
WARNING :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk
of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE
ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
ATTENTION:
POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA
FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
CAUTION:
This Digital Video Disc Player employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this owner’s manual carefully and retain for
future reference. Should the unit require maintenance, contact an authorized service location see service procedure.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
FCC NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING:
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Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba, or parties
authorized by Toshiba, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. located on the rear panel of your DVD video
player.
Serial No.
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Model No.
Retain this information for future reference.
Location of the required label
PRODUCT IS CERTIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO
COMPLY WITH DHHS RULE 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J
APPLICABLE AT THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
MANUFACTURED
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
1-1,SHIBAURA 1-CHOME,MINATO-KU.
TOKYO 105-8001,JAPAN
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS
OWNER’S MANUAL AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
This set has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric
shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect you if you observe the following
procedures for installation, use and servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that
can be repaired by the user.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
1. Read owner’s manual
After unpacking this product, read the owner’s manual carefully, and follow
all the operating and other instructions.
2. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated
on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended
to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating
instructions.
3. Grounding or Polarization
This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug
(a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail
to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
4. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase
or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions
have been adhered to.
5. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
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6. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool and
the like.
Introduction
7. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
8. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention
to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
9. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets; extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
10. Lightning
For added protection for this product during storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will
prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
11. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they
may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a
fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
12. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
13. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table.
The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting
of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use
a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
S3125A
14. Disc Tray
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. Neglecting to do
so may cause serious personal injury.
15. Burden
Do not place a heavy object on or step on the product. The object may fall,
causing serious personal injury and serious damage to the product.
16. Headphones
When you use headphones, keep the volume at a moderate level. If you use
the headphones continuously with high volume sound, it may cause hearing
damage.
17. Disc
Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs are easily
broken and may cause serious personal injury and product malfunction.
18. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
its normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service.
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19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Introduction
20. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
21. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service
technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
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Introduction
Precautions
Notes on handling
When shipping the DVD video player, the original
shipping carton and packing materials come in handy.
For maximum protection, repack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near
the DVD video player. Do not leave rubber or plastic
products in contact with the DVD video player for a
long time. They will leave marks on the finish.
The top and rear panels of the DVD video player may
become warm after a long period of use. This is not a
malfunction.
When the DVD video player is not in use, be sure to
remove the disc and turn off the power.
If you do not use the DVD video player for a long
period, the unit may not function properly in the
future. Turn on and use the DVD video player
occasionally.
Notes on locating
Place the DVD video player on a level surface. Do not
use it on a shaky or unstable surface such as a
wobbling table or inclined stand. The loaded disc may
come off the proper position and cause damage to
the DVD video player.
When you place this DVD video player near a TV,
radio, or VCR, the playback picture may become poor
and the sound may be distorted. In this case, place
the DVD video player away from the TV, radio, or
VCR.
Notes on moisture condensation
Moisture condensation damages the DVD video
player. Please read the following carefully.
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you
pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of
water form on the outside of the glass. In the same way,
moisture may condense on the optical pick-up lens
inside this unit, one of the most crucial internal parts of
the DVD video player.
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Optical pick-up
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Moisture condensation occurs during the
following cases.
When you bring the DVD video player directly from a
cold place to a warm place.
When you use the DVD video player in a room where
you just turned on the heater, or a place where the
cold wind from the air conditioner directly hits the unit.
In summer, when you use the DVD video player in a
hot and humid place just after you move the unit from
an air conditioned room.
When you use the DVD video player in a humid place.
It’s too
warm!
Notes on cleaning
Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.
For stubborn dirt, soak the cloth in a weak detergent
solution, wring well and wipe. Use a dry cloth to wipe
it dry.
Do not use any type of solvent, such as thinner and
benzine, as they may damage the surface of the DVD
video player.
If you use a chemical saturated cloth to clean the unit,
follow that product’s instructions.
To obtain a clear picture
The DVD video player is a high technology, precision
device. If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts
are dirty or worn down, the picture quality becomes
poor. To obtain a clear picture, we recommend regular
inspection and maintenance (cleaning or parts
replacement) every 1,000 hours of use depending on
the operating environment. For details, contact your
nearest dealer.
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Do not use the DVD video player when moisture
condensation may occur.
If you use the DVD video player in such a situation, it
may damage discs and internal parts. Remove the
disc, connect the power cord of the DVD video player
to the wall outlet, turn on the DVD video player, and
leave it for two or three hours. After two or three
hours, the DVD video player will have warmed up and
evaporated any moisture. Keep the DVD video player
connected to the wall outlet and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.
Wa
it!
Wall outlet
Notes on Discs
Structure of disc contents
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Introduction
On handling discs
Normally, DVD video discs are divided into titles, and the
titles are sub-divided into chapters. VIDEO CDs and audio
CDs are divided into tracks.
DVD video disc
DVD video disc
Title 1
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Playback side
Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
VIDEO CD/audio CD
VIDEO CD/audio CD
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
On cleaning discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc cause picture and
sound deterioration. Wipe the disc from the center
outwards with a soft cloth. Always keep the disc
clean.
Each title, chapter or track is assigned a number, which is
called “title number”, “chapter number” or “track number”
respectively.
There may be discs that do not have these numbers.
Notes on copyright
If you cannot wipe off the dust with a soft cloth, wipe
the disc lightly with a slightly moistened soft cloth and
finish with a dry cloth.
Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner,
benzine, commercially available cleaners or antistatic
spray for vinyl LPs. It may damage the disc.
On storing discs
Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight
or near heat sources.
Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and
dust such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing
objects on discs outside of their case may cause
warping.
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast
on cable, play in public, and rent copyrighted material
without permission.
DVD video discs are copy protected, and any recordings
made from these discs will be distorted.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology
that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Introduction
Notes on Discs (continued)
About this owner’s manual
This owner’s manual explains the basic instructions of
this DVD video player. Some DVD video discs are
produced in a manner that allows specific or limited
operation during playback. As such, the DVD video
player may not respond to all operating commands. This
is not a defect in the DVD video player. Refer to
instruction notes of discs.
“ ” may appear on the TV screen during operation.
A “ ” means that the operation is not permitted by the
DVD video player or the disc.
Playable discs
This DVD video player can play the following discs.
Disc Mark
Contents
Disc
Size
Maximum
playback time
Approx. 4 hours
(single sided disc)
12 cm
Audio
+
video
(moving
pictures)
DVD
video
discs
Approx. 8 hours
(double sided disc)
Approx. 80 minutes
(single sided disc)
8 cm
Notes on region numbers
The region number of this DVD video player is 1. If
region numbers, which stand for their playable area, are
printed on your DVD video disc and you do not find 1
or ALL , disc playback will not be allowed by the player.
(In this case, the DVD video player will display a
message on-screen.)
On VIDEO CDs
This DVD video player supports VIDEO CDs equipped
with the PBC (Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the
abbreviation of Playback Control.) You can enjoy two
playback variations depending on types of discs.
• VIDEO CD not equipped with PBC function
(Version 1.1)
Sound and movie can be played on this DVD video
player in the same way as an audio CD.
• VIDEO CD equipped with PBC function
(Version 2.0)
In addition to operation of a VIDEO CD not equipped
with the PBC function, you can enjoy playback of
interactive software with search function by using the
menu displayed on the TV screen (Menu Playback).
Some of the functions described in this owner’s
manual may not work with some discs.
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Approx. 160 minutes
(double sided disc)
VIDEO
CDs
DIGITAL VIDEO
Audio
CDs
Audio
+
video
(moving
pictures)
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
8 cm
Approx. 20 minutes
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
8 cm
(CD
single)
Approx. 20 minutes
Audio
• You cannot play discs other than those listed above.
• You cannot play discs of CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-RAM,
DVD-RW, etc., even if they may be labeled marks
listed above.
• This DVD video player uses the NTSC color system,
and cannot play DVD video discs recorded in any
other color system (PAL, SECAM, etc.).
Table of Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .......................... 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ... 4
Precautions ............................................... 8
Notes on Discs .......................................... 9
Notes on region numbers ............................... 10
Table of Contents ................................... 11
Identification of Controls ....................... 12
Front panel ..................................................... 12
Rear panel ...................................................... 12
DVD display .................................................... 13
Remote control ............................................... 14
Loading batteries ............................................ 15
Operating with the remote control .................. 15
Connections
Connecting to a TV ................................. 16
Advanced playback
Locating a Specific Location Directly ... 26
Entering the time of the desired location ........ 26
Playing Repeatedly ................................. 27
Repeating a title, chapter, or track .................. 27
Repeating a specific segment ........................ 27
Playing in a Favorite Order .................... 28
Setting titles, chapters, or tracks in a favorite
order ............................................................. 28
Playing in Random Order ...................... 29
Playing titles, chapters or tracks in random
order ............................................................. 29
Zooming a Picture .................................. 30
Zooming a Picture .......................................... 30
Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) Sound
Enhancement .......................................... 30
Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) Sound Enhancement ... 30
Connecting to a TV ......................................... 16
Connecting to an audio system and TV
equipped with ColorStream™ (Component
video) inputs ................................................. 17
Selecting the Camera Angle .................. 31
Connecting to Optional Equipment ...... 18
Selecting a Language ............................. 33
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
Dolby Digital decoder ................................... 18
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with
Dolby Pro Logic Surround ............................ 18
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
DTS decoder ................................................ 18
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with an
MPEG2 audio decoder ................................. 19
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
digital audio input ......................................... 19
Basic playback
Playing a Disc ......................................... 20
Basic playback ................................................ 20
Playing fast in reverse or forward direction ..... 22
Playing frame by frame ................................... 22
Playing in slow-motion .................................... 23
Resuming playback from the same location ... 23
Locating a Specific Title, Chapter, or
Track ........................................................ 24
Introduction
Introduction
Changing the camera angle ........................... 31
Selecting Subtitles ................................. 32
Selecting a subtitle language ......................... 32
Selecting a playback audio setting ................. 33
Viewing the Operational Information
and DVD/CD-Text .................................... 34
Checking the operational status ..................... 34
Checking the remaining time and setting
status ............................................................ 34
Function setup
Customizing the Function Settings ...... 35
Setting procedure ........................................... 35
Setting details ................................................. 37
Others
Table of Languages ................................ 42
Before Calling Service Personnel ......... 43
Specifications ......................................... 44
LIMITED WARRANTY DVD VIDEO
PLAYER ................................................... 45
Locating a title using the top menu ................. 24
Locating a title by entering the title number .... 24
Locating a specific chapter or track directly .... 25
Locating a specific chapter or track ................ 25
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Identification of Controls
See the page in
for details.
Front panel
PAUSE button 21
POWER indicator 20
Disc tray 20
STOP button 21
PLAY button 20
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
POWER button 20
DVD display 13
SKIP
SKIP buttons 25
OPEN/CLOSE button 20
Rear panel
VIDEO OUT jack 16
AC inlet
ColorStream™ (Component video)
VIDEO OUT jacks (Y/PB/PR) 17
AC IN
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
S
R
L
ANALOG
BITSTREAM/
PCM
BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack 18 19
ANALOG AUDIO OUT jacks 16 17
S VIDEO OUT jack 16
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Power cord
Dimmed
Normal
FL DIMMER
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Pressing of the FL DIMMER button on the remote
control changes the brightness of the display.
DVD display
Off
Total playing time/remaining time/elapsed time indicators
Play mode indicator
Memory playback indicator
Title/track number indicator
Chapter number indicator
TITLE TRK
CHP INDEX
TOTAL
REMAIN
MEMORY
HDCD
SVCDVD
Multifunctional indicator (indicates operating status or
messages, etc.)
DVD/VIDEO CD/CD indicator
Repeat playback indicator
Angle icon indicator
The indicators vary depending on the kinds of discs you play.
DVD video disc
VIDEO CD
• When closing the disc tray:
Audio CD
• When closing the disc tray:
Example
• When closing the disc tray:
Example
DISC TITLE TRK
CHP INDEX
TOTAL
REMAIN
DISC TITLE TRK
MEMORY
Example
CHP INDEX
TOTAL
REMAIN
MEMORY
HDCD
SVCDVD
HDCD
SVCDVD
Total number of titles
• During playback:
DISC TITLE TRK
Total number of
tracks
Total playing
time of the disc
• During playback:
Example
TOTAL
REMAIN
Elapsed time
of the current
title
Some discs may not display chapter
numbers or elapsed time.
TOTAL
REMAIN
MEMORY
Total number of
tracks
Total playing
time of the disc
Example
CHP INDEX
TOTAL
REMAIN
Playing track 6
DISC TITLE TRK
MEMORY
CHP INDEX
TOTAL
REMAIN
MEMORY
HDCD
SVCDVD
HDCD
SVCDVD
HDCD
SVCDVD
Playing chapter 3
of title 2
DISC TITLE TRK
MEMORY
CHP INDEX
• During playback:
Example
CHP INDEX
DISC TITLE TRK
HDCD
SVCDVD
Elapsed time of
the current
track
Playing track 6
Elapsed time of
the current
track
Some discs may not display track
numbers or elapsed time.
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Identification of Controls (continued)
The instructions in this manual describe the functions on the remote control. See the page in
for details.
Remote control
POWER button 20
OPEN/CLOSE button 20
FL DIMMER POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
SETUP button 35
SETUP
DISPLAY button 34
DISPLAY
ZOOM
3D
3D button 30
ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO
ZOOM button 30
ANGLE button 31
SUBTITLE button 32
Number buttons 24
FL DIMMER button 13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
+10
T
TOP MENU
MENU
AUDIO button 33
T button 24
ENTER button 35
TOP MENU button 24
Direction buttons 35
( / / / )
CLEAR button 25
REV button 22
PLAY button 20
SKIP button 25
MENU button*
ENTER
CLEAR
RETURN
RETURN button 35
REV
PLAY
FWD PAUSE/STEP
PAUSE/STEP button 21 22
SKIP
STOP
SKIP
SLOW
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT A-B RPT
FWD button 22
SLOW button 23
STOP button 21
SKIP button 25
RANDOM button 29
A-B RPT button 27
MEMORY button 28
REPEAT button 27
* MENU button
Use the MENU button to display the menu included on
many DVD video discs. To operate a menu, follow the
instructions in “Locating a title using the top menu.”
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14
1
Open the cover.
Operating with the remote control
Point the remote control at the remote
sensor and press the buttons.
30°
2
Insert batteries (AA size).
Introduction
Loading batteries
30°
Within about 7 m (23 feet)
Distance: About 7 m (23 feet) from the front of the
remote sensor
Angle:
About 30° in each direction of the front of
the remote sensor
Make sure to match the + and – on the batteries
to the marks inside the battery compartment.
3
Close the cover.
Notes on batteries
Improper use of batteries may cause battery leakage and
corrosion. To operate the remote control correctly, follow the
instructions below.
• Do not insert batteries into the remote control in the wrong
direction.
• Do not charge, heat, open, or short-circuit the batteries.
Do not throw batteries into a fire.
• Do not leave dead or exhausted batteries in the remote
control.
• Do not use different types of batteries together, or mix old
and new batteries.
• If you do not use the remote control for a long period of
time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from
battery corrosion.
• If the remote control does not function correctly or if the
operating range becomes reduced, replace all batteries
with new ones.
• If battery leakage occurs, wipe the battery liquid from the
battery compartment, then insert new batteries.
* Do not expose the remote sensor of the DVD video
player to a strong light source such as direct
sunlight or other illumination. If you do so, you may
not be able to operate the DVD video player via the
remote control.
Notes on the remote control
• Direct the remote control at the remote sensor of the DVD
video player.
• Do not drop or give the remote control a shock.
• Do not leave the remote control near an extremely hot or
humid place.
• Do not spill water or put anything wet on the remote
control.
• Do not open the remote control.
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Connections
Connecting to a TV
Connect the DVD video player to your TV.
For details of output sound, see 33 .
Connecting to a TV
Signal flow
AC IN
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
S
To S VIDEO
OUT
R
L
ANALOG
(yellow)
To VIDEO
OUT
BITSTREAM/
PCM
(red)
(white)
To wall outlet
To ANALOG AUDIO OUT
Audio/video cable (supplied)
To audio inputs
To video input
(yellow)
S video cable (not supplied)
(red)
(white)
To S video input
If the TV has an S video input, connect the
DVD video player with an S video cable.
When using an S video cable, do not
connect the yellow video cable.
TV or monitor with
audio/video inputs
• Make the following setting.
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Analog 2ch”
35
39
Notes
• Refer to the owner’s manual of the connected TV as well.
• When you connect the DVD video player to your TV, be sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from the wall outlet
before making any connections.
• If your television set has one audio input, connect the DVD video player to a Y cable adapter (not supplied) and then connect
to your TV.
• Connect the DVD video player directly to your TV. If you connect the DVD video player to a VCR, TV/VCR combination or
video selector, the playback picture may be distorted as DVD video discs are copy protected.
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Connecting to an audio system and TV equipped with ColorStream™ (Component video) inputs
Connections
Signal flow
AC IN
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
S
To PR
VIDEO
OUT
To PB
VIDEO
OUT
To Y
VIDEO
OUT
R
L
ANALOG
BITSTREAM/
PCM
(red)
(white)
To wall outlet
To ANALOG AUDIO OUT
To audio inputs of the amplifier
To Y video input
(red)
(white)
To PB video input
To PR video input
Audio system
TV or monitor with
component video inputs
ColorStream™ (Component video) outputs/inputs
Some TVs or monitors are equipped with color difference inputs. Connecting to
these inputs allows you to enjoy higher quality picture playback.
Actual labels for color difference inputs may vary depending on the TV
manufacturer. (ex. Y, R-Y, B-Y or Y, CB, CR)
In some TVs or monitors, the color levels of the playback picture may be reduced
slightly or the tint may change. In such a case, adjust the TV or monitor for
optimum performance.
• Make the following setting.
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Analog 2ch”
35
39
Notes
• Refer to the owner’s manual of the connected equipment as well.
• When you connect the DVD video player to other equipment, be sure to turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment
from the wall outlet before making any connections.
• If you place the DVD video player near a tuner or radio, the radio broadcast sound might be distorted. In this case, place the
DVD video player away from the tuner and radio.
• The output sound of the DVD video player has a wide dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the receiver’s volume to a moderate
listening level. Otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by a sudden high volume sound.
• Turn off the amplifier before you connect or disconnect the DVD video player’s power cord. If you leave the amplifier power
on, the speakers may be damaged.
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Connections
Connecting to Optional Equipment
You can enjoy high quality dynamic sounds by connecting the DVD video player
to optional audio equipment.
For connection to your TV, see “Connecting to a TV” 16 17 .
For details of output sound, see 33 .
: Front speaker
: Rear speaker
: Sub woofer
: Center speaker
: Signal flow
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is the surround sound technology used in theaters showing the latest movies,
and is now available to reproduce this realistic effect in the home. You can enjoy motion
picture and live concert DVD video discs with this dynamic realistic sound by connecting the
DVD video player to a 6 channel amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder or Dolby
Digital processor. If you have a Dolby Pro Logic Surround decoder, you will obtain the full
benefit of Pro Logic from the same DVD movies that provide full 5.1-channel Dolby Digital
soundtracks, as well as from titles with the Dolby Surround mark.
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Amplifier equipped
with a Dolby Digital
decoder
Y
PB
PR
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential unpublished
works. ©1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories.
All rights reserved.
• Use DVD video discs encoded via
the Dolby Digital recording
system.
• Make the following setting.
AUDIO OUT
R
L
ANALOG
S
BITSTREAM/
PCM
To BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Bitstream”
35
39
75 Ω coaxial cable
Recording system
To digital audio input
D
33
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with Dolby Pro Logic Surround
Dolby Pro Logic Surround
You can enjoy the dynamic realistic sound of Dolby Pro Logic Surround by connecting an amplifier and speaker system (right and left
front speakers, a center speaker, and one or two rear speakers).
With an amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment the same way as described in “Connecting to an amplifier
equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder.” Refer to that amplifier’s owner’s manual and set
the amplifier so you can enjoy Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound.
With an amplifier not equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment as follows.
*
Amplifier equipped
with Dolby Pro Logic
Surround
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
R
L
ANALOG
S
BITSTREAM/
PCM
To ANALOG
AUDIO OUT
Audio cable
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Analog 2ch”
35
39
Be sure to set “Audio Out Select”
to “Analog 2ch” when you enjoy
sounds of Dolby Pro Logic
Surround using this connection.
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
• Make the following setting.
* Connect one or two rear speakers.
The output sound from the rear speakers will be
monaural even if you connect two rear speakers.
To audio input
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a DTS decoder
Digital Theater Systems (DTS)
DTS is a high quality surround technology used in theaters and now available for home use,
on DVD video discs or audio CDs.
If you have a DTS decoder or processor, you can obtain the full benefit of 5.1 channel DTS
encoded sound tracks on DVD video discs or audio CDs.
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
Amplifier equipped
with a DTS decoder
S
R
L
ANALOG
75 Ω coaxial cable
18
• Use DVD video discs or audio
CDs encoded via the DTS
recording system.
• Make the following setting.
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Bitstream”
35
39
Recording system
DTS
33
BITSTREAM/
PCM
To BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT
To digital audio input
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems,
Inc.
Warning
• Do not set “Audio Out Select” to “Bitstream” from the on-screen displays 35 39 unless you are connecting (via the
BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack) an AV decoder that has the Dolby Digital, Digital Theater Systems (DTS) or MPEG2
decoding function. High volume sound may damage your hearing as well as the speakers.
• When playing DTS-encoded discs (DVD video discs and audio CDs), excessive noise may be output from the analog
stereo jacks. To avoid possible damage to the audio system, you should take proper precautions when the ANALOG
AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks of the DVD video player are connected to an amplification system. To enjoy DTS Digital
Surround™ playback, an external 5.1 channel DTS Digital Surround™ decoder system must be connected to the
BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD video player.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with an MPEG2 audio decoder
• Use DVD video discs encoded via
the MPEG2 recording system.
• Make the following setting.
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Amplifier equipped
with an MPEG2
audio decoder
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO OUT
S
R
L
ANALOG
BITSTREAM/
PCM
To BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT
75 Ω coaxial cable
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“Bitstream”
35
39
Recording system
MPEG
33
To digital audio input
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a digital audio input
2 channel digital stereo
You can enjoy the dynamic sound of 2 channel digital stereo by connecting an
amplifier equipped with a digital audio input and speaker system (right and left front
speakers).
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
• Make the following setting.
Amplifier equipped
with a digital audio
input
AUDIO OUT
S
R
L
ANALOG
BITSTREAM/
PCM
To BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT
75 Ω coaxial cable
Setting
Select:
Page
“Audio Out Select”
“PCM”
35
39
To digital audio input
Notes
• DO NOT connect the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD video player to the AC-3 RF input of a Dolby Digital
Receiver. This input on your A/V Receiver is reserved for Laserdisc use only and is incompatible with the BITSTREAM/PCM
AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD video player.
• Connect the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD video player to the “COAXIAL” input of a Receiver or Processor.
• Refer to the owner’s manual of the connected equipment as well.
• When you connect the DVD video player to other equipment, be sure to turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment
from the wall outlet before making any connections.
• The output sound of the DVD video player has a wide dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the receiver’s volume to a moderate
listening level. Otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by a sudden high volume sound.
• Turn off the amplifier before you connect or disconnect the DVD video player’s power cord. If you leave the amplifier power
on, the speakers may be damaged.
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Connections
MPEG2 sound
You can enjoy motion picture and live concert DVD video discs with dynamic
realistic sound by connecting an amplifier equipped with an MPEG2 audio decoder
or MPEG2 audio processor.
Basic playback
Playing a Disc
This section shows you the basics on how to play a disc.
CAUTION
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing.
Neglecting to do so may cause serious personal injury.
POWER indicator
3
PAUSE STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
1
DVD
VCD
CD
DVD display
SKIP
2
4
Basic playback
Preparations
• When you want to view a disc, turn on the TV and select the video input connected to the DVD video player.
• When you want to enjoy the sound of discs from the audio system, turn on the audio system and select the input connected
to the DVD video player.
1
Initial set-up
Press POWER.
POWER
Make the following settings on the display.
The DVD video player turns on and
the POWER indicator on the player
illuminates.
When the DVD video player is turned on for
the first time, an initial set-up display appears.
See “Initial set-up” and make the proper
settings before proceeding to step 2.
2
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
3
Place the disc on the disc tray.
OPEN/CLOSE
The disc tray opens.
With the playback
side down
• There are two different disc sizes. Place the disc in
the correct guide on the disc tray. If the disc is out of
the guide, it may damage the disc and cause the
DVD video player to malfunction.
• Do not place anything except DVD video discs,
VIDEO CDs or audio CDs on the disc tray.
4
Press PLAY.
PLAY
The disc tray closes and playback
starts.
If you insert a DVD video disc that contains a title
menu, a menu may appear. See “Locating a title
using the top menu.” 24
• You may need to press the TOP MENU or MENU
button to display disc menu (depending on the actual
DVD video disc.)
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On-Screen Language:
Select the appropriate
on-screen language.
TV Shape: Select a
picture size according to
the aspect ratio of your
TV. (See 38 for details.)
TOSHIBA
Thank you for your purchase of this TOSHIBA DVD Player.
Please make a selection
for On-Screen Language and your TV shape and
press ENTER button on your remote control.
FIRST SETUP
On-Screen Language
TV Shape
ENG
4:3LB
1 Press / to select “On-Screen Language,” and
press ENTER.
2 Select a language using / , and press ENTER.
3 Press to select “TV Shape,” and press ENTER.
4 Select a picture size using / , and press ENTER.
5 Finally press SETUP.
All your selections are entered and the display
disappears.
To change your settings, see “Customizing the Function
Settings.” 35
To obtain a higher quality picture
2
1
SETUP
TOP MENU
/ / /
ENTER
MENU
PAUSE/STEP
4
STOP
Occasionally, some picture noise not usually visible during a normal broadcast
may appear on the TV screen while playing a DVD video disc because the high
resolution pictures on these discs include a lot of information. While the amount of
noise depends on the TV you use with this DVD video player, you should generally
reduce the sharpness adjustment on your TV when viewing DVD video discs.
About
DVD
VCD
CD
The DVD VCD CD icons on the heading bar show the playable discs for the
function described under that heading.
DVD : You can use this function with DVD video discs.
VCD : You can use this function with VIDEO CDs.
CD
: You can use this function with audio CDs.
About the screen saver
Press PAUSE/STEP during playback.
If you pause a picture of a DVD video disc and leave it
still for a long while, the screen saver of the DVD video
player automatically appears (when “Screen Saver” is
set to “On” 40 ). To turn off the screen saver, press the
PLAY button.
PAUSE/STEP
To resume normal playback, press
the PLAY button.
• The sound is muted during still
mode.
Automatic Power Off function
To stop playback
Press STOP.
STOP
If the DVD video player is stopped, or the screen saver
is engaged for about 20 minutes, the DVD video player
will automatically turn itself off.
To remove the disc
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
OPEN/CLOSE
Remove the disc after the disc tray
opens completely.
Be sure to press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close
the disc tray after you remove the disc.
Notes
• Do not move the DVD video player during playback. Doing so may damage the disc.
• Use the OPEN/CLOSE button to open and close the disc tray. Do not push the disc tray while it is moving. Doing so may
cause the DVD video player to malfunction.
• Do not push up on the disc tray or put any objects other than discs on the disc tray. Doing so may cause the DVD video
player to malfunction.
• In many instances, a menu screen will appear after playback of a movie is completed. Prolonged display of an on-screen
menu may damage your television set, permanently etching that image onto its screen. To avoid this, be sure to press the
STOP button on your remote control once the movie is completed.
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Basic playback
To pause playback (still mode)
Basic playback
Playing a Disc (continued)
You can play discs at various speeds, and resume playback from the location
where you stopped playback.
REV
FWD
PAUSE/STEP
PLAY
SLOW
DVD
VCD
CD
Playing fast in reverse or forward direction
To resume normal playback
Press REV or FWD during playback.
REV
FWD
Press PLAY.
PLAY
REV: Fast reverse playback
FWD: Fast forward playback
DVD
Each time you press the REV or
FWD button, the playback speed
changes.
TV screen
2
x2 the normal
speed
VCD
CD
8
x8 the normal
speed
30
Notes
• The DVD video player does not play sound and subtitles
during reverse and forward scan of DVD video discs.
However, the DVD video player plays sound during fast
forward or fast reverse play of audio CDs.
• The playback speed may differ depending on the disc.
x30 the normal
speed
Each time you press the REV or
FWD button, the two speeds
alternate.
TV screen
FR1
FR2
Fast reverse
playback
FF1
DVD
VCD
FF2
Fast forward
playback
Playing frame by frame
Press PAUSE/STEP during still playback.
PAUSE/STEP
Each time you press the PAUSE/
STEP button, the picture advances
one frame.
To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
PLAY
Note
The sound is muted during frame by frame playback.
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DVD
VCD
Playing in slow-motion
SLOW
Press PLAY.
Each time you press the SLOW
button, the slow-motion speed
changes.
PLAY
TV screen
DVD
VCD
CD
1
1 2
1 4
1 8
1/2 the normal
speed
1/4 the normal
speed
1/8 the normal
speed
Notes
• The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
• The playback speed may differ depending on the disc.
Resuming playback from the same location
Press STOP at the location where you
want to interrupt playback.
STOP
2
Basic playback
To resume normal playback
Press SLOW during playback.
The DVD video player memorizes
the location where playback is
stopped.
Press PLAY.
PLAY
The DVD video player resumes
playback from the location where
you stopped playback.
To start playback from the beginning regardless
of the location where you stopped playback
1 Press STOP twice.
STOP
The DVD video player’s memory is
cleared.
2 Press PLAY.
PLAY
DVD
Playback starts from the
beginning of the current title.
VCD
CD
Playback starts from the
beginning of the disc.
• If you want to return to the beginning of a DVD video
disc, open and close the disc tray once with the
OPEN/CLOSE button before pressing the PLAY
button.
Notes
• The DVD video player’s memory is also cleared when:
– you unplug the DVD video player from the wall outlet after
you stop playback.
– you change the parental lock setting 40 or select a disc
menu language 37 .
– you open the disc tray.
• There may be a difference in the location where playback
resumes depending on the disc.
• Settings you changed using the on-screen displays while the
DVD video player keeps a location in the memory may
function only after the memory is cleared.
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Basic playback
Locating a Specific Title, Chapter, or Track
Normally, DVD video discs are divided into titles, and the titles are sub-divided into chapters. VIDEO CDs and audio CDs
are divided into tracks. You can quickly locate any specific title, chapter, or track.
DVD video disc
Title 1
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
DVD
1
Press TOP MENU.
TOP MENU
Press
want.
ENTER
DVD
1
The top menu appears on the TV
screen.
/
/
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
TITLE 3
TITLE 4
/
to select the title you
If the titles in the top menu are
assigned a number, you can directly
locate a specific title by pressing its
designated number with the number
buttons.
Press T.
Make sure that the space next to
“Title” is highlighted.
(You can shift the highlight using the
/ buttons.)
T
To select title 12
24
1
Press the corresponding number
buttons for the title you want.
e.g. To select title 2
3
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
3
Press ENTER.
ENTER
Playback starts from chapter 1 of the
selected title.
Notes
• The instructions above describe basic procedures which
may vary depending on the contents of the DVD video disc.
If different instructions appear on the TV screen, follow those
instructions.
• If you display the top menu during playback and press the
TOP MENU button again without selecting any title, the DVD
video player may resume playback from the point where you
first pressed the TOP MENU button (depending on the actual
DVD video disc.)
• This method of locating a title is available only on a disc that
contains a top menu.
• Instruction notes of discs may refer to the button that
displays the top menu as TITLE button.
Locating a title by entering the title number
Title : 1
Chapter:
2
VIDEO CD/audio CD
Chapter 3
Locating a title using the top menu
e.g.
2
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
2
1
2
Press PLAY.
PLAY
Playback starts from chapter 1 of the
selected title.
Notes
• Pressing the CLEAR button resets the title and chapter
numbers. To clear the “Title” and “Chapter” display, press the
T button several times.
• This method of locating a title is available only on a disc that
contains title numbers.
TOP MENU
Number buttons
T
ENTER
/ / /
CLEAR
PLAY
SKIP
DVD
VCD
CD
Press T.
Skip steps 1 and 2 if you are using a VIDEO CD/
audio CD.
Title : 1
Chapter:
T
2
Press to highlight the space next to
“Chapter.”
ENTER
3
1
Title : 1
Chapter:
1
Press the corresponding number
buttons for the chapter or track you
want.
4
Press PLAY.
PLAY
Playback starts from the selected
chapter or track.
To select a title and chapter number at the same
time
Press the / buttons to highlight the space next to
“Title”, and enter the title number using the number
buttons.
Note
Pressing the CLEAR button resets the title and chapter
numbers. To clear the “Title” and “Chapter” display, press the T
button several times.
You can use the +10 button to select numbers
from 10 through 99.
e.g. To select chapter or track 25
2
5
or +10
DVD
VCD
CD
+10
5
Locating a specific chapter or track
Press SKIP
or
repeatedly to display
the chapter or track number you want.
Playback starts from the selected chapter or track.
SKIP
To locate succeeding chapters or tracks
SKIP
Playback starts from the beginning of the
current chapter or track.
When you press twice, playback starts
from the beginning of the preceding
chapter or track.
Notes
• Some titles may not display chapter numbers.
• If you press and hold the SKIP
or
button during
playback, the DVD player performs fast reverse or fast
forward playback. You can select the speed by pressing the
button repeatedly.
To locate chapters or tracks during fast reverse or fast
forward playback, first press the PLAY button to resume
normal playback, then use the SKIP
or
button.
• When you set “Title Stop” to “Off” 41 , you can access
chapters in another title. If you go back to the preceding title
by pressing the SKIP
button, the DVD video player
locates the first chapter of the title. When “Title Stop” is set
to “On,” you can access chapters only within the current title.
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Basic playback
1
Locating a specific chapter or track directly
Advanced playback
Locating a Specific Location Directly
You can locate a specific location by entering its corresponding time (hours,
minutes, seconds).
2
1
3
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Entering the time of the desired location
Press T twice.
You may have to press further
depending on the disc. Press the
button repeatedly until the following
display appears.
T
Time
2
-:- - :- -
Press the number buttons to enter the
time.
e.g.
1
3
26
2
5
3
0
Time
1 : 25 : 30
Press PLAY.
PLAY
Playback starts from the desired
location.
Notes
• Some discs may not respond to this process.
• Some scenes may not be located precisely as you specified.
• This method for accessing specific locations is available
only within the current title of the DVD video disc or within
the current track of the VIDEO CD/audio CD.
Playing Repeatedly
You can play a specific title, chapter, track, or segment repeatedly.
(Title repeat, chapter/track repeat, A-B repeat)
CLEAR
PLAY
REPEAT
A-B RPT
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Repeating a title, chapter, or track
Press REPEAT.
REPEAT
Each time you press the REPEAT
button, the repeat mode changes as
follows.
2
Press PLAY.
PLAY
DVD
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Chapter Repeat Repeats the current
chapter.
DVD
Title Repeat
VCD
CD
Track Repeat
VCD
CD
All Repeat
Repeats the entire
disc.
Repeat Off
Resumes normal
playback.
Repeats the current
title.
Repeats the current
track.
Advanced playback
Chapter Repeat
The DVD video player starts repeat
playback.
Press the PLAY button within about
5 seconds after you press the
REPEAT button.
To resume normal playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
Note
Some discs may not permit repeat operation.
Repeating a specific segment
Press A-B RPT at the beginning of the
segment (point A) you want to play
repeatedly.
To resume normal playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
A-B RPT
A
2
Press A-B RPT again at the end of the
segment (point B).
A-B RPT
The DVD video player automatically
returns to point A and starts repeat
playback of the selected segment
(A-B).
Notes
• Some discs may not permit A-B repeat operation.
• You cannot set the A-B repeat function for a segment that
includes multiple camera angles 31 .
• You can specify a segment only within the current title or
track.
• There may be a slight difference between point A and the
location where playback actually resumes depending on the
disc.
A–B
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Advanced playback
Playing in a Favorite Order
DISPLAY
You can combine your favorite titles, chapters, or tracks and play them in the
order you determine. You can program up to 28 selections into the memory.
(Memory playback)
Title: 2
Chapter: 25
Title: 2
Chapter: 12
2
2
Title: 1
Chapter: 1
/ / /
CLEAR
3
1
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Setting titles, chapters, or tracks in a favorite order
Insert a disc and press MEMORY during
stop.
MEMORY
The following display appears.
T: Title number or
track number
C: Chapter number
2
MEMORY
T C
1 –– ––
2 –– ––
3 –– ––
4 –– ––
5 –– ––
6 –– ––
7 –– ––
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Select the items in the order you want
by pressing the number buttons, then
ENTER for each item.
Each time you press the / button, the space
of “T” and “C” is highlighted in turn. Highlight
where you want to enter, then press the
corresponding number buttons.
To select another chapter in the same title, you do not
need to select the title number.
To select tracks from a VIDEO CD/audio CD in order,
press the number buttons for the track, then press
the ENTER button for each selection you want.
3
Press PLAY while the MEMORY display
appears on the TV screen.
PLAY
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The DVD video player starts memory
playback.
To change the programmed selections
1 While the MEMORY display appears on the TV
screen, press / to move the highlighted bar to the
item you want to change.
2 Change the selection following the instructions in
step 2.
To cancel the programmed selections
1 While the MEMORY display appears on the TV
screen, press / to move the highlighted bar to the
item you want to cancel.
2 Press CLEAR.
To resume normal playback from memory
playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
The memory playback indicator
disappears.
To program during playback
If you press the MEMORY button during playback, a
programming display appears.
If you further press the DISPLAY button, you can
display the current MEMORY setting. Follow steps 2
and 3.
Notes
• Some discs may not permit memory playback operation.
• If you press the REPEAT button during memory playback,
the DVD video player repeats the current memory playback.
• If you press the MEMORY or RETURN button while the
MEMORY display appears on the TV screen, the MEMORY
display disappears.
• The programmed selections will be cleared when you turn off
the DVD video player.
Playing in Random Order
You can play titles, chapters within a title, or tracks in random order.
(Random playback)
Title: 1
Chapter: 3
Title: 2
Chapter: 2
CLEAR
Title: 3
Chapter: 1
2
1
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Playing titles, chapters or tracks in random order
To resume normal playback
Press RANDOM.
RANDOM
Press CLEAR.
Each time you press the RANDOM
button, the random playback mode
changes as follows.
DVD
Chapter Random Plays the chapters
within the current title
in random order.
DVD
Title Random
Plays the titles in
random order.
VCD
CD
Track Random
Plays the tracks in
random order.
Random Off
Resumes normal
playback.
Notes
• Some discs may not permit random playback operation.
• You cannot use the random playback function in conjunction
with the memory playback function.
If you press the RANDOM button
during playback, the DVD video
player automatically starts random
playback after finishing the current
title, chapter or track.
2
Press PLAY.
PLAY
The DVD video player starts random
playback.
Press the PLAY button within about
5 seconds after you press the
RANDOM button.
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Advanced playback
Chapter Random
CLEAR
Advanced playback
Zooming a Picture
You can magnify areas within a picture.
ZOOM
/
/
/
RETURN
CLEAR
DVD
Zooming a picture
Press ZOOM during normal, slow or still
playback.
As you repeatedly press the ZOOM
button, the magnification level
increases.
ZOOM
RETURN
To reduce the magnification level,
press the RETURN button.
ENTER
CLEAR
If you press the / / / buttons,
the zoom point shifts.
When the zoom point reaches an
edge of the picture, the color of
“Zoom” changes.
Pressing the CLEAR button restores
the zoom point to the center of the
picture.
To resume normal playback
Press ZOOM repeatedly so that “Zoom Off” appears.
ZOOM
Notes
• Some discs may not respond to zoom feature.
• During some scenes, the buttons may not work as described
in the left column.
• Zooming does not work on subtitles or menus included on
DVD video discs.
• During zoom playback, the / / / buttons cannot work
on menus included on the DVD video discs. If you want to
view the menus, cancel the zoom playback.
• The magnification level varies depending on the picture size
you select. 38
Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) Sound Enhancement
You can enjoy expansive virtual surround sound effects from just two speakers.
DVD
VCD
CD
3D
Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement
Press 3D during playback.
3D
The current setting is displayed.
Each time you press the 3D button,
the setting changes as follows.
3D (N – 2 – 2 ) : Off
Off
3D (N – 2 – 2 ) : On
On
Notes
• You may sense a difference in volume between normal and
3-D (N-2-2) enhanced sound.
• 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement may not function (or may
not be realized) depending on the sound output setting or
disc recording system 33 .
• If 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement is on, Dolby Pro Logic
Surround may not function on output sounds at all, or may
function differently than usual.
Spatializer® 3-Dimensional Sound Processing provided by Desper
Products. Inc.
Certain audio features of this product manufactured under a license
from Desper Products, Inc., Spatializer® and the circle-in-square
device are trademarks owned by Desper Products, Inc.
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Selecting the Camera Angle
If the scene was recorded from multiple angles, you can easily change
the camera angle of the scene you are watching.
1, 2
2
CLEAR
DVD
1
Changing the camera angle
Press ANGLE while playing a scene
recorded with multiple angles.
ANGLE
Current angle number
Angle icon
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
To disable the angle icon display on the TV
From the on-screen displays, set “On-Screen Displays”
to “Off.” 40
Monitor the DVD display when you want to change the
camera angle.
Angle : 1
2
Press ANGLE or while the angle
number is displayed on the TV screen.
ANGLE
Each time you press the ANGLE or
button, the camera angle changes.
Notes
• You can change the camera angle during still playback. The
camera angle changes to the new setting when you resume
normal playback.
• If you pause a picture immediately after changing a camera
angle, the resumed playback picture may not display the new
camera angle.
e.g.
Angle : 1
ENTER
Angle : 2
Angle : 3
: Cycles backwards
You can change the camera angle directly by
pressing the number buttons corresponding to its
angle number instead of using the / buttons.
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Advanced playback
While playing a scene recorded with
multiple angles, the angle icon ( )
appears in the DVD display and on
the TV screen.
Press the ANGLE button while the
angle icon is displayed.
To turn off the angle number display
Advanced playback
Selecting Subtitles
You can display subtitles on the TV screen and select a subtitle language
from those included on the DVD video disc.
Good evening!
DVD
1
Bonsoir!
SUBTITLE
/ / /
CLEAR
¡Buenas tardes!
Selecting a subtitle language
Press SUBTITLE during playback.
SUBTITLE
The current subtitle setting is
displayed for about 3 seconds.
To turn subtitles on or off
1 Press SUBTITLE during playback.
SUBTITLE
Subtitle : 1 ENG On
Language
Position number
The abbreviation of the language appears instead
of the language name. Refer to the list of
languages and their abbreviations. 42
2
2 Press / while the subtitle setting is displayed on
the TV screen, to select “On” or “Off.”
Displayed for about 3 seconds.
ENTER
Subtitle : 1 ENG On
Press SUBTITLE or while the subtitle
setting is displayed on the TV screen.
SUBTITLE
Each time you press the SUBTITLE
or button, the subtitle languages
included on the DVD video disc
change.
Subtitles
Subtitle : 1 ENG Off
e.g.
ENTER
Subtitle : 1 ENG On
Good evening!
Subtitles are
not displayed.
Subtitle : 2 FRE On
Subtitle : 3 SPA On
: Cycles backwards
To turn off the subtitle setting display,
press the CLEAR button.
Notes
• Some DVD video discs are set to display subtitles
automatically, and you cannot turn them off even if you set
the subtitle function to off.
• During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear
immediately after you select “On.”
• Some DVD video discs will allow you to make subtitle
selections and turn subtitles on or off only via the disc menu.
Notes
• When you turn on the DVD video player or replace a disc, the player returns to the initial default setting 37 .
When you select a subtitle language which is not included on the disc, the DVD video player plays a prior language
programmed on the disc.
• During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear immediately after you change the subtitle language by pressing the
buttons.
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/
Selecting a Language
You can select a preferred language and sound recording system from those
included on the DVD video disc.
Good morning!
Bonjour!
1, 2
2
¡Buenos días!
CLEAR
Selecting a playback audio setting
DVD
1
Press AUDIO during playback.
AUDIO
The current audio setting is
displayed for about 3 seconds.
AUDIO
Language
Recording system
Audio channel
Audio : 1 ENG PCM 2CH
Audio Out Select : Bitstream
Each time you press the AUDIO or
button, the audio settings included
on the DVD video disc change.
e.g.
Audio : 1 ENG PCM 2CH
ENTER
Output sound format
Advanced playback
Position
number
2
Press AUDIO or while the audio
setting is displayed on the TV screen.
Audio : 2 FRE
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D 2CH
Audio : 3 SPA PCM 2CH
The abbreviation of the language appears instead
of the language name. Refer to the list of
languages and their abbreviations. 42
: Cycles backwards
If you press the / buttons, you
can select output sound format. 39
To turn off the audio setting display, press the
CLEAR button.
Selecting sound channels of VIDEO CDs
You can switch left and right channels by pressing the
AUDIO button repeatedly during playback.
Notes
• When you turn on the DVD video player or replace a disc,
player returns to the initial default setting 37 .
When you select a sound track which is not included on the
disc, the DVD video player plays a prior sound track
programmed on the disc.
• Some discs allow you to change audio selections only via
the disc menu. If this is the case, press the MENU button
and choose the appropriate language from the selections on
the disc menu.
Output sound conversion table (sampling frequency/quantization bit)
Discs
DVD video
discs
VIDEO CDs
Audio CDs
Recording system
Dolby Digital
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/24 bit
Linear PCM 96 kHz/16 bit
96 kHz/20 bit
96 kHz/24 bit
DTS
MPEG2
MPEG1
Linear PCM 44.1 kHz/16 bit
DTS
Audio selection from the menu 35 39 and output jacks on the rear panel
“Bitstream”
“Analog 2ch”
“PCM”
BITSTREAM/PCM ANALOG AUDIO BITSTREAM/PCM ANALOG AUDIO BITSTREAM/PCM ANALOG AUDIO
jack
OUT jacks
jack
OUT jacks
jack
OUT jacks
Bitstream
48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
Bitstream
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
96 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit
96 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
96 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit
Bitstream
Bitstream
Bitstream
Bitstream
48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit
44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit
44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit
Bitstream
(Noise)
Bitstream
(Noise)
Bitstream
(Noise)
: 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement can function.
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Advanced playback
Viewing the Operational Information and
DVD/CD-Text
DISPLAY
You can view information about a disc and its operational status on the TV
screen.
DVD
VCD
CD
Checking the operational status
Press DISPLAY during stop.
Each time you press the DISPLAY button, the on-screen display appears as follows.
DISPLAY
DVD
Current title number
Current chapter number
e.g.
→
Stop
Title : 2
Chapter : 1
Operational
status
e.g.
→
Track: 1
Total 0 : 46 : 30
Stop
Operational
status
↓
↓
Displays CD-Text data if included on the audio CDs.
(Some letters may not be displayed properly
depending on the disc.)
Displays DVD-Text data if included on the disc.
(Some letters or sections may not be displayed
properly depending on the disc.)
↓
Turns off.
DVD
VCD
CD
Current track number
Total playing time of the disc
VCD
CD
↓
Turns off.
Checking the remaining time and setting status
Press DISPLAY during playback.
Each time you press the DISPLAY button, the on-screen display appears as follows.
DISPLAY
DVD
Current chapter number
Current title number Operational
status
Playback mode
e.g.
Play
Elapsed Remain
Title : 3 0 :10 : 15 0 : 50 : 45
Chapter : 2 0 :03 : 08 0 :10 : 24
Chapter Repeat
3D (N-2-2) : On
→
D 2 CH
Audio : 1 ENG
Subtitle : 12 ENG Off
Angle : 1
↓
Bit Rate 0
10
Elapsed time
and remaining
time of the
current title
Elapsed time
and remaining
time of the
current chapter
Current 3-D
(N-2-2) setting
Current audio
setting
Current subtitle
setting
Current angle
setting
6 . 0 Mbps
Data transfer rate (Mbit/s)
= Amount of picture, sound and subtitle data in the
DVD video disc transferred per second.
The larger the value is, the more data processed, but
this does not necessarily insure better picture quality.
↓
Displays DVD-Text data if included on the disc.
(Some letters or sections may not be displayed
properly depending on the disc.)
↓
Turns off.
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VCD
CD
Operational status
Current track number
Playback mode
e.g.
Play
Elapsed Remain
Track : 3 0 :01 : 20 0 : 02 : 00
0 :05 : 12 0 :43 : 00
Disc
Track Repeat
3D (N-2-2) : On
→
Elapsed time
and remaining
time of the
current track
Elapsed time
and remaining
time of the disc
Current 3-D
(N-2-2) setting
↓
Displays CD-Text data if included on the audio CDs.
(Some letters may not be displayed properly
depending on the disc.)
↓
Turns off.
Function setup
Customizing the Function Settings
You can change the default settings to customize performance to your preference.
1, 6
2
RETURN
LANGUAGE
DVD
VCD
CD
1
PICTURE
DISPLAY
AUDIO
3, 4
OPERATION
Setting procedure
Press SETUP during stop.
SETUP
The following on-screen display
appears.
3
Press / to select the setting you
want to change, then press ENTER.
ENTER
PICTURE
2
DISPLAY
ENTER
OPERATION
ENG
ENG
ENG
–––
4
Change the selection by / or other
buttons, referring to the pages from 37,
then press ENTER.
ENTER
Press / to select a symbol for the
setting you want to change.
Function setup
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
AUDIO
ENTER
(See the next page.)
ENTER
Language settings
LANGUAGE
Picture performance settings
PICTURE
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to change other
settings.
6
Press SETUP.
To select another symbol, go back to step 2.
SETUP
The on-screen display disappears.
To return to the previous display
Press RETURN.
RETURN
Output sound settings
AUDIO
Display settings
DISPLAY
Operational settings
OPERATION
Notes
• The on-screen display disappears when you press the
SETUP button.
• The SETUP button can function even during normal
playback, however some operations may be inaccessible,
and a message will appear. In this case, try again after
playback is stopped.
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Function setup
Setting
LANGUAGE
PICTURE
AUDIO
DISPLAY
OPERATION
36
Details
Page
On-Screen Language
DVD
VCD
CD
To select a preferred language for on-screen
displays.
37
Disc Menu Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for disc menus.
37
Audio Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for the sound
track.
37
Subtitle Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for subtitles.
37
TV Shape
DVD
To select a picture size according to the aspect
ratio of your TV.
38
Black Level
DVD
VCD
To select the black level of playback pictures.
38
Audio Out Select
DVD
VCD
CD
To select an output sound format
corresponding to your system connection.
39
Dynamic Range Control
DVD
To turn on or off a function that makes faint
sounds easier to hear even if you lower the
volume during late hours playback.
39
Karaoke Vocal
DVD
To turn on or off the vocal output during DVD
KARAOKE disc playback.
39
On-Screen Displays
DVD
VCD
CD
To turn on or off the operational status display
on the TV screen.
40
OSD Background Color
DVD
VCD
CD
To select the background color for on-screen
displays.
40
Screen Saver
DVD
To turn on or off the screen saver.
40
Pause/Still
DVD
To select the resolution of still pictures.
(Field/Frame)
40
Parental Lock
DVD
To turn on or off the parental lock function.
40
Remote Confirmation
DVD
VCD
CD
To turn on or off the confirmation beeper for
each remote command received.
41
Title Stop
DVD
To turn on or off a feature that automatically
stops playback after a title has been viewed.
41
PBC
VCD
To use the menu screen when playing a PBCcontrollable VIDEO CD.
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Customizing the Function Settings (continued)
Setting details
PICTURE
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
On-Screen Language
DVD
AUDIO
DISPLAY
OPERATION
English:
French:
Spanish:
Others:
ENG
ENG
ENG
–––
VCD
CD
English: To view on-screen displays in English.
French: To view on-screen displays in French.
Spanish: To view on-screen displays in Spanish.
English:
French:
Spanish
Others:
DVD
To play sound tracks in English.
To play sound tracks in French.
To play sound tracks in Spanish.
To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow
steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list 42 .
2) Select the first character by pressing the /
buttons.
3) Press the / buttons to shift and select the
second character by pressing the / buttons.
DVD
PICTURE
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
To display disc menus in English.
To display disc menus in French.
To display disc menus in Spanish.
To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow
steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list 42 .
2) Select the first character by pressing the /
buttons.
3) Press the / buttons to shift and select the
second character by pressing the / buttons.
PICTURE
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
AUDIO
ENG
PA
ENG
–––
DISPLAY
OPERATION
English
French
Spanish
Others
Code
PA
4) Press the ENTER button.
Note
Some DVD video discs may not include your preselected language. In this case, the DVD video player
automatically displays disc menus consistent with the
disc’s initial language setting.
AUDIO
ENG
ENG
PA
–––
DISPLAY
Function setup
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
OPERATION
English
French
Spanish
Others
Code
PA
4) Press the ENTER button.
Note
Some DVD video discs may be played in a different
language than you selected. A prior language may be
programmed on the disc.
Subtitle Language
English:
French:
Spanish:
No Subtitle:
Others:
DVD
To display subtitles in English.
To display subtitles in French.
To display subtitles in Spanish.
To disable subtitles.
To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button,
follow steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list 42 .
2) Select the first character by pressing the
buttons.
/
(Continued)
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Function setup
Customizing the Function Settings (continued)
Setting details
(Continued)
LANGUAGE
3) Press the / buttons to shift and select the
second character by pressing the /
buttons.
PICTURE
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
AUDIO
ENG
ENG
ENG
PA
DISPLAY
PICTURE
AUDIO
DISPLAY
OPERATION
4:3LB
NRML
OPERATION
English
French
Spanish
No Subtitle
Others
Code
PICTURE
TV Shape
Black Level
TV Shape
PA
4:3 LetterBox:
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is
connected.
Displays theatrical images with
masking bars above and below the
picture.
4:3 Normal:
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is
connected.
Displays pictures cropped to fill
your TV screen. Either or both
sides of the picture are cut off.
4) Press the ENTER button.
Notes
• Some DVD video discs may be set to display subtitles
in a different language than you selected. A prior
subtitle language may be programmed on the disc.
• Some DVD video discs allow you to change subtitle
selections only via the disc menu. If this is the case,
press the MENU button and choose the appropriate
subtitle language from the selection on the disc menu.
DVD
16:9 Widescreen: Select when a 16:9 wide TV is
connected.
Notes
• The displayable picture size is preset on the DVD video
disc. Therefore, the playback picture of some DVD
video discs may not conform to the picture size you
select.
• When you play DVD video discs recorded in the 4:3
picture size only, the playback picture always appears
in the 4:3 picture size regardless of the TV shape
setting.
• If you select “16:9 Widescreen” and you own a 4:3 TV
set, the DVD playback picture will be horizontally
distorted during playback. Images will appear to be
horizontally compressed. Always be sure that your TV
shape conforms to the actual TV in use.
Black Level
DVD
VCD
Set to your preference and monitor’s ability.
Enhanced: Expanded black level. (0 IRE)
Normal:
Standard black level. (7.5 IRE)
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LANGUAGE
AUDIO
Audio Out Select
DVD
DISPLAY
PICTURE
AUDIO
Audio Out Select
Dynamic Range Control
Karaoke Vocal
VCD
OPERATION
DVD
Bitstream
On
Off
Off: The primary vocal is not output.
On: The primary vocal is output when it is recorded
on the disc.
CD
Notes
• The vocal output feature is used during playback of
Dolby Digital (multi-channel) recorded DVD KARAOKE
discs. This feature allows you to turn off vocal audio
tracks, or restore them for background
accompaniment.
• When playing KARAOKE, connect appropriate audio
equipment such as an amplifier to the DVD video
player.
Select the output sound format corresponding to your
system connection.
For details of sound recording systems, see 33 .
Function setup
Bitstream:
Karaoke Vocal
Select when connected to an amplifier
equipped with a Dolby Digital, DTS,
MPEG1 or MPEG2 decoder. 18 19
The DVD video player outputs digital
audio information in the bitstream
format when you play a DVD video disc
recorded on the Dolby Digital, DTS,
MPEG1 or MPEG2 recording system.
Analog 2ch: Select when connected to a TV, or
Dolby Pro Logic or stereo system via
the analog audio jacks. 16 18
PCM:
Select when connected to a 2 channel
digital stereo amplifier. 19
The DVD video player outputs sound in
the PCM 2ch format when you play a
DVD video disc recorded on the Dolby
Digital, MPEG1 or MPEG2 recording
system.
Dynamic Range Control
DVD
Off: Full dynamic range is maintained.
On: Dynamic range is reduced.
Notes
• This function works only during playback of Dolby
Digital recorded discs.
• The level of Dynamic Range Reduction may differ
depending on the DVD video disc.
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Function setup
Customizing the Function Settings (continued)
Setting details
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
PICTURE
DISPLAY
On-Screen Displays
OSD Background Color
Screen Saver
On-Screen Displays
DVD
On
Gray
On
VCD
Off: Operational modes (e.g. “Play”, “
displayed.
On: Operational modes (e.g. “Play”, “
displayed on-screen.
OSD Background Color
DVD
Blue: Blue background.
Gray: Gray background.
Screen Saver
OPERATION
AUDIO
DVD
Off: The screen saver does not work.
On: The screen saver works.
LANGUAGE
OPERATION
Pause/Still
CD
”) are not
”) are
VCD
PICTURE
OPERATION
Pause/Still
Parental Lock
Remote Confirmation
Title Stop
PBC
AUDIO
DISPLAY
Auto
Off
On
Off
On
DVD
Auto:
For normal use. Still and fast motion images
can be paused.
Frame: The resolution of still pictures is improved,
so that you can make a motionless picture
more clearer when you pause it.
CD
Parental Lock
DVD
DVD video discs equipped with the parental lock
function are rated according to their content. The
contents allowed by a parental lock level and the way
a DVD video disc can be controlled may vary from
disc to disc. For example, if the disc allowed you
could edit out violent scenes unsuitable for children
and replace them with more suitable scenes, or lock
out playback of the disc altogether.
• DVD video discs may or may not respond to the
parental lock settings. This is not a defect in the DVD
video player. Make sure this function works with your
DVD video discs.
Off: The parental lock feature does not function.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow step 1)
below.
On: To activate the parental lock feature or change
the settings.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow steps
1) - 3) below.
LANGUAGE
PICTURE
OPERATION
Pause/Still
Parental Lock
Remote Confirmation
Title Stop
PBC
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DISPLAY
AUDIO
Auto
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Security Code
1) Press the number buttons to create a personal
4-digit security code, then press ENTER.
If you make a mistake before pressing the
ENTER button, press the CLEAR button and
enter your 4-digit security code again.
2) Press the / buttons to select the country
whose standards were used to rate the DVD
video disc.
CANADA
Viewable
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
ENTER
The 4-digit security code is cleared.
2) Press the number buttons to create a new
4-digit security code.
3) Press the ENTER button.
Remote Confirmation
DVD
VCD
CD
Function setup
Level 8
Level 7
Level 6
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
To change your 4-digit security code
1) After selecting “On” or “Off,” press the STOP
button four times, then press the ENTER
button.
Off: The beeper does not sound.
On: The beeper sounds with each remote operation.
3) Press the / buttons to select the parental
lock level, then press the ENTER button.
CANADA
Locked
Viewable
Level8
Level 7
Level 6
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
You cannot play DVD video discs rated higher than
the level you selected unless you cancel the parental
lock function.
For example, when you select level 7, discs rated
higher than level 7 are locked out and cannot be
played.
Title Stop
DVD
Off: The DVD video player continues after playback
of a title is completed.
On: The DVD video player stops after playback of a
title is completed.
PBC
VCD
Off: When playing a VIDEO CD without using the
menu.
On: To use the menu when playing a PBC-featured
VIDEO CD.
The parental lock level is equivalent to the following
USA movie ratings.
Level 7: NC-17
Level 6: R
Level 4: PG 13
Level 3: PG
Level 1: G
The parental lock levels for “CANADA” are included
for future use. Check the appropriate parental lock
level when you buy a DVD video disc equipped with
the parental lock feature in the future.
To change the parental lock level
Follow steps 1) - 3).
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Others
Table of Languages
Table of languages and their abbreviations
Abbreviation
–––
CHI (ZH)
DUT (NL)
ENG (EN)
FRE (FR)
GER (DE)
ITA (IT)
JPN (JA)
KOR (KO)
MAY (MS)
SPA (ES)
AA
AB
AF
AM
AR
AS
AY
AZ
BA
BE
BG
BH
BI
BN
BO
BR
CA
CO
CS
CY
DA
DZ
EL
EO
ET
EU
FA
FI
FJ
FO
FY
GA
GD
GL
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Language
No alternate
language
Chinese
Dutch
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Malay
Spanish
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Belorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali, Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Bhutani
Greek
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
Frisian
Irish
Scottish Gaelic
Galician
Abbreviation
GN
GU
HA
HI
HR
HU
HY
IA
IE
IK
IN
IS
IW
JI
JW
KA
KK
KL
KM
KN
KS
KU
KY
LA
LN
LO
LT
LV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MT
MY
NA
NE
NO
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
Language
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Abbreviation
PT
QU
RM
RN
RO
RU
RW
SA
SD
SG
SH
SI
SK
SL
SM
SN
SO
SQ
SR
SS
ST
SU
SV
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZU
Language
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Rumanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sango
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tongan
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
Before Calling Service Personnel
Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting service.
Symptoms and correction
Symptom
Cause
Correction
No power.
• The power plug is disconnected.
• Connect the power plug securely into the
wall outlet.
16
The DVD video player turned
off by itself.
• The automatic power off function turned
the unit off.
• Press the PLAY button.
21
No picture.
• The TV is not set to receive DVD signal
output.
• Select the appropriate video input mode
on the TV so the picture from the DVD
video player appears on the TV screen.
20
• The video cable is not connected securely.
• Connect the video cable securely into the
appropriate jacks.
16, 17
• The equipment connected with the audio
cable is not set to receive DVD signal
output.
• Select the correct input mode of the
audio receiver so you can listen to the
sound from the DVD video player.
• The audio cable is not connected securely.
• Connect the audio cable securely into the
appropriate jacks.
• The audio receiver or TV is turned off.
• Turn on the equipment connected with
the audio cable.
• The setting of output sound format is
incorrect.
• Select the proper audio setting.
The playback picture has
occasional distortion.
• The disc is dirty.
• Eject the disc and clean it.
9
• It is in fast forward or fast reverse
playback.
• Sometimes a small amount of picture
distortion may appear. This is not a
malfunction.
–
Brightness is unstable or
noises are present in the
playback pictures.
• The effect of copy protection.
• Connect the DVD video player directly to
the TV. Avoid connecting the DVD video
player to a VCR or TV/VCR combination.
16
The DVD video player does
not start playback.
• No disc is inserted.
• Insert a disc.
20
• An unplayable disc is inserted.
• Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc
type and color system.)
10
• The disc is placed upside down.
• Place the disc with the playback side
down.
20
• The disc is not placed within the guide.
• Place the disc correctly inside the guide
on the disc tray.
20
• The disc is dirty.
• Clean the disc.
• The parental lock function is set.
• Cancel the parental lock function or
change the parental lock level.
Playback does not follow the
course of the disc’s program.
• It is in the mode of repeat playback,
memory playback, etc.
• These operations may prevent a proper
progress of the contents.
–
Buttons do not work.
• Power supply fluctuations or other
abnormalities such as static electricity may
interrupt correct operations.
• Turn the power on or off with the POWER
button. Or disconnect the power plug and
insert it into the wall outlet again.
–
The remote control does not
work properly.
• The remote control is not pointed at the
remote sensor of the DVD video player.
• Point the remote control at the remote
sensor of the DVD video player.
15
• The remote control is too far from the DVD
video player.
• Operate the remote control within about
7 m.
15
• The batteries in the remote control are
exhausted.
• Replace the batteries with new ones.
15
No sound.
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16, 17
18, 19
20
33, 35
39
Others
9
35, 40
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Others
Specifications
DVD video player / outputs / supplied accessories
DVD Video Player
Power supply
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
14 W
Mass
3.0 kg
External dimensions
430 × 81 × 305 mm (W/H/D)
Signal system
Standard NTSC
Laser
Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650 nm
Frequency range
DVD linear sound :
Signal-to-noise ratio
More than 112 dB
Audio dynamic range
More than 105 dB
Harmonic distortion
Less than 0.002 %
Wow and flutter
Below measurable level (less than ±0.001 % (W.PEAK))
Operating conditions
Temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C, Operation status: Horizontal
48 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 22 kHz
96 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 44 kHz
Outputs
Video output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., pin jack × 1
S video output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., Mini DIN 4-pin × 1
(C) 0.286 V (p-p), 75 Ω
Component video output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., pin jack × 1
(PB)/(PR) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω, pin jack × 2
Audio output (BITSTREAM/PCM)
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, pin jack × 1
Audio output (ANALOG)
2.0 V (rms), 220 Ω, pin jacks (L, R) × 1
Supplied Accessories
Audio/video cable ................................................. 1
Remote control ..................................................... 1
Batteries (AA) ....................................................... 2
Power cord ............................................................ 1
• Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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LIMITED WARRANTY DVD VIDEO PLAYER
Toshiba America Consumer Products, Inc. (“TACP”), Toshiba Hawaii (“THI”) and Toshiba Canada Limited (“TCL”) make the
following limited warranties. These limited warranties extend to original purchaser or any person receiving this set as a gift from
the original purchaser and to no other purchaser or transferee.
Limited Ninety (90) Day Warranty
TACP/THI warrant this product against defects in materials
or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days after the
date of original retail purchase. During this period, TACP/
THI will repair a defective product or part without charge to
you. You must deliver the entire product to a TACP/THI
Authorized Service Station. You are responsible for all
transportation and insurance charges for the unit to and
from the Authorized Service Station. If you live in the U.S.A.
you may, at your option, return your DVD Unit to:
Toshiba America Consumer Products Inc.
Returns Center
1420C Toshiba Dr.
Lebanon, TN 37087
Upon receipt we will, at our option, exchange the DVD Unit
with a new or refurbished unit. Canadian consumers are
requested to contact TCL. In Hawaii consumers are
requested to contact THI.
Rental Units
The warranty for rental units begin with the first rental or
thirty (30) days from the date of shipment to the rental firm,
whichever comes first.
Owner’s Manual
You should read the owner’s manual thoroughly before
operating this product. You should complete and mail the
enclosed Demographic card within ten (10) days after you,
or the person who has given you this product as a gift,
purchased this product. This is one way to enable TACP to
provide you with better customer service and improved
products. Failure to return the card will not affect your rights
under this warranty.
Your Responsibility
The above warranties are subject to the following
conditions:
(1) You must retain your bill of sale or provide other proof of
purchase.
(2) You must notify a TACP/THI/TCL /Authorized Service
Station within thirty (30) days after you discover a
defective product or part.
(3) All warranty servicing of this product must be made by a
TACP/THI/TCL Authorized Service Station.
(4) U.S.A. warranties are effective only if the product is
purchased and operated in the Continental U.S.A. or
Puerto Rico.
(5) Labor service charges for set installation. Set up,
adjustment of customer controls and installation or
repair of antenna systems are not covered by this
warranty. Reception problems caused by inadequate
antenna systems are your responsibility.
(6) Warranties extend only to defects in materials or
workmanship as limited above and do not extend to any
product or parts which have been lost or discarded by
you or to damage to products or parts caused by
misuse, accident, damage caused by Acts of God, such
as lighting or fluctuations in electric power, improper
installation, improper maintenance or use in violation of
instructions furnished by us; or to units which have been
altered or modified without authorization of TACP/THI/
TCL or to damage to products or part thereof which
have had the serial number removed, altered, defaced
or rendered illegible.
(7) Should you elect to return your DVD Unit to TACP after
the ninety (90) days and within one (1) year, or after the
warranty period has expired: Call (800)-631-3811 to
receive information concerning an exchange price.
Payment must be enclosed with product in the form of a
certified check or money order including reason for
return.
(8) Physically damaged DVD Units are not acceptable for
repair or exchange whether in or out of warranty and
will be returned as received.
Others
Limited One (1) Year Warranty
TACP/THI further warrant the parts in this product against
defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one (1)
year after the date of original retail purchase. During this
period, TACP/THI will repair or replace a defective product
or part, at their option, with a new or refurbished product or
part without charge to you, except that if a defective part is
replaced after ninety (90) days from the date of the original
retail purchase you pay labor charges involved in the
replacement. You must also deliver the entire product to a
TACP/THI Authorized Service Station. You are responsible
for all transportation and insurance charges for the unit to
and from the Authorized Service Station. If you live in the
U.S.A. you may, at your option, return your DVD Unit to:
Toshiba America Consumer Products Inc.
Returns Center
1420C Toshiba Dr.
Lebanon, TN 37087
Upon receipt we will, at our option, exchange the DVD Unit
with a new or refurbished unit. Canadian Consumers are
requested to contact TCL. In Hawaii consumers are
requested to contact THI.
Commercial Units
Products sold and used for commercial use have a limited
ninety (90) day warranty for all parts and labor.
(Continued)
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Others
LIMITED WARRANTY DVD VIDEO PLAYER (continued)
How to Obtain Warranty Service
(1) Refer to the troubleshooting guide in your owner’s manual. This check list may solve your problem.
(2) In the U.S.A., only call the TACP toll free number 800-631-3811, or if in Hawaii or Canada see listing below within (30)
days after you find a defective product or part.
(3) Arrange for the delivery of the product to the TACP/THI/TCL Authorized Service Station or TACP Return Center.
Products shipped to the Service Station must be insured and safely and securely packed, preferably in the original
shipping carton, and a letter explaining the defect and also a copy of the bill of sale or other proof of purchase must be
enclosed.
In the Continental United States contact:
Toll Free
800-631-3811
In Hawaii contact:
Toshiba Hawaii Inc.
327 Kamakee Street
Honolulu, HA 96814
(808)-521-5377
In Canada contact:
Consumer Electronics Group
191 McNabb Street
Markham, Ontario L3R 8H2
(905)-470-5400
Consumer Electronics Group
22171 Fraserwood Way
Richmond, B.C. V6W 1J5
(604)-303-2500
Consumer Electronics Group
1643 North Service Road
Droval, QC H9P 1J1
(514)-856-4100
All warranties implied by state law, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
expressly limited to the duration of the limited warranties set forth above. With the exception of any warranties implied by state
law as hereby limited, the foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, guarantees, agreements and
similar obligations of manufacturer or seller with respect to the repair or replacement of any parts. In no event shall TACP/THI
be liable for consequential or incidental damages.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these warranties in
any manner whatsoever. The time within which an action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of TACP/THI arising
under the warranty or under any statute, or law of the United States or any state thereof, is hereby limited to ninety (90) days
from the date you discover or should have discovered, the defect. This limitation does not apply to implied warranties arising
under state law.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. Some
states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, when an action may be brought, or the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above provisions may not apply to you.
ATTENTION CANADIAN CONSUMERS:
Canadian consumers are requested to complete the special Canadian “Warranty Registration Form” enclosed, and forward
this completed form with a copy of bill of sale to TOSHIBA OF CANADA to “Register and Validate” their warranty. Product
must be purchased from an Authorized Canadian Dealer. Products purchased in the U.S.A. and used in Canada are not
covered by these warranties.
IMPORTANT: PACKING AND SHIPPING INSTRUCTION
When you send the product to a Service Station, you must use the original carton box and packing material, then insert the
original carton box containing the unit into another carton using more packing material.
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2. LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS AND MECHANISM PARTS
2-1. Location of Main Parts
EU01 Main PC board
Feed motor PC board
EU02 Power supply PC board
EU05 Output PC board
EU04 Power SW PC board
Disc motor PC board
Loading motor PC board
EU03 Front display PC board
Fig. 1-2-1
2-2. Location of Mechanism Parts
Tray
Clamper stay
Fig. 1-2-2 Mechanism chassis assembly (Top side)
Loading motor
PC board
Mechanism chassis
Fig. 1-2-3 Mechanism chassis assembly (Bottom side)
Loading belt
Gear
Kick lever
Gear
Gear
Loading motor
Disc motor
Cam Slider
Fig. 1-2-4 Mechanism chassis assembly (Internal side)
Front damper
Front damper
Pickup assembly
Gear A
Gear B assembly
Sub chassis
Rack gear
assembly
Rear damper
Rear damper
Fig. 1-2-5 Pickup mechanism chassis assembly (Top side)
Feed motor
Feed motor
PC board
Fig. 1-2-6 Pickup mechanism chassis assembly (Bottom side)
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
3-1. Main Circuit
3-1-1. Servo System
(1) Initial Operation after Power ON
Power ON
Send each LSI hard RST
command and initial command.
Pickup head is positioned at
transmission initial position.
Is tray closed?
Pin 5 of CN502,
TCLS=L
1
N
Y
Tray close operation
Pin 6 of IC601: LDMP = H/L
Pin 7 of IC601: LDMN = L
Is tray closed?
Pin 5 of CN502:
TCLS = L
Y
2
NG
Tray stops.
Pin 6 of IC601: LDMP = H
Pin 7 of IC601: LDMN = L
Disc presence/absence and
disc judgement
Is a disc present?
N
Y
Laser OFF
Display: INSERT DISC
Monitor screen: NO DISC
DVD or CD initial setting.
DVD single (single-layer)
DVD single
(single-layer)/DVD dual
(dual-layer)/CD?
CD
DVD dual (dual-layer)
DVD single
Initial setting.
DVD dual
Initial setting.
To each disc playback process.
Fig. 1-3-1
CD
Initial setting.
N
1
The pickup transmission initial operation is carried out to
determine the initial position by transmitting the pickup to the
innermost position once (start-limit switch (pin 4 of CN503)
develops "L".) and to the external direction at low speed
(start-limit switch develops "H", turning off the switch.).
Pickup (P.U.) transmission initial
operation does not occur.
Does pulse of
1.65V 1.65V develop at
pin 162 of IC401?
N
Check BUS between IC502
and IC601 and oscillation.
Y
Check feed gear.
Fig. 1-3-2
2-1
"No disc" misjudgement display of
disc presence.
Does lens move with
UP/DOWN full stroke in
focus direction?
N
Y
3
N
Is laser current normal?
Y
Does SBAD signal
develop more than 0.3V?
N
Y
Check peripheral
circuit of IC601.
Check IC501.
Lens cleaning.
Does focus search
voltage of 1.65V 0.4V develop
at pin 1 of IC503 (E546)?
N
Check IC401.
Y
Does search signal
output at both edges of focus coil?
(Pins 10 to 13 of CN501)
N
Y
Check pickup head
and wiring.
Check IC502.
Fig. 1-3-3
Replace pickup head.
N
2-2
3
Disc kind misjudgement
(Initial setting is NG.)
Check laser current.
Are FE and SBAD
signals for each disc normal?
lop
50 mA
Check laser current.
50 mA
lop
90 mA
lop
90 mA
lop = Voltage between
(E534 and E536)/10Ω
Y
Check peripheral
circuit of IC601.
Check pins 14, 15
and 16 of IC502
serial bus.
Check peripheral
circuits of IC502,
Q501.
Check wiring for
pickup head.
Y
Check peripheral circuits
of IC502, Q501.
Replace pickup
mechanism.
Fig. 1-3-5
Check IC502.
Lens cleaning.
Replace pickup head.
Fig. 1-3-4
DVD dual (dual-layer) disc
detection waveform
DVD single (single-layer) disc
detection waveform
CD disc
detection waveform
FE signal
Pin150 (TP405) of IC401
1.65V
SBAD signal
Pin152 (TP503) of IC401
V : 500 mV/div
H : 2 ms/div
Fig. 1-3-6
V : 500 mV/div
H : 2 ms/div
Fig. 1-3-7
V : 500 mV/div
H : 2 ms/div
Fig. 1-3-8
(2) Picture appears (PLAY)
PLAY
N
4
Disc motor (D.M.) forced
accelleration (500 ms)
Y
N
2-1
Focus search
Repeat three times.
5
Y
Is forcus servo
ON?
N
Y
CLV servo ON.
N
4
Y
Tracking balance adjustment
Tracking servo ON.
N
6
Y
:
Focus gain adjustment
Tracking gain adjustment
Focus balance adjustment
RF gain adjustment
N
N
Is address code
possible to read?
Y
Does NG continue
more than 3 s.?
Y
Search
Picture appears.
Disc playback NG
Fig. 1-3-9
Automatic adjustment is carried
out when a disc is replaced after
power ON.
4
Disc motor (D.M.) does not rotate.
Does pin 117 of IC401
(TP409) PLCK oscillate around
10 MHz ?
N
Y
Check peripheral circuits
of IC402.
Check peripheral
circuit of IC402.
Check disc motor and wiring.
Fig. 1-3-10
5
Focus servo is NG.
Focus servo ON
signal waveform
Are FE, SBAD,
FSON signals normal?
N
FE signal
Pin 150 (TP405)
of IC401
Y
0.3V
Check peripheral circuit of IC601.
Do signals output to
pins 4 to 9 of CN501?
1.65V
N
0.3V
Y
Check wiring for
pickup head.
Check IC501.
Focus search
Focus servo on
Lens cleaning.
Replace pickup
mechanism.
Fig. 1-3-11
Fig. 1-3-12
SBAD signal
Pin 152 (TP503)
of IC401
6
Tracking servo is NG.
N
Is TE signal normal?
Y
Check peripheral
circuit of IC601.
Check IC502.
Fig. 1-3-13
Signal waveform at
tracking servo ON (DVD)
Signal waveform at
tracking servo ON (CD)
TE signal
Pin 151 (TP406) of IC401
1.65V
RFRP signal
Pin 153 (TP408) of IC401
Search ON (SRCH)
Pin 38 (TP411) of IC401
ON search
Tracking servo on
Fig. 1-3-15
Fig. 1-3-14
7
Does pulse of
L = 1.65V and H = 3.3V
develop at pin 131 and
L = 0V and H = 1.65V
develop at pin 132
of IC401?
Disc playback is NG (DVD).
Is PLL locked?
(Refer to waveforms.)
N
N
Check peripheral circuits
of IC401 and IC601.
Y
Y
Does RF output
higher than 1.5 V(p-p)
develop at pin 45 (TP515)
of IC502?
Check signal process
system following to IC402.
N
Check IC502.
Y
Lens cleaning.
N
Pin 57 of IC502 = 2.4V
Pin 58 of IC502 = 3.0V
Pickup mechanism
replacement
Y
Check peripheral circuits of
IC401 and IC601.
Check peripheral circuits
of IC502 and IC401.
Fig. 1-3-16
PLL works as a servo loop to generate a clock signal for reading
RF signal binary data. With the PLL locked, the eye pattern is
identified clearly when triggered with the read clock PLCK.
DVD playback waveform
DVD RF signal
DVD RF signal
Pin 45 (TP502) of IC502
DVD RF signal
Pin 45 (TP502) of IC502
V : 500 mV/div
H : 50 ns/div
DVD PLCK
Pin 117 (TP409) of IC401
CH1 : TP515 DVDRF 500 mV/div
CH2 : TP511 DVDPLCK 5 V/div
50 ns/div
Fig. 1-3-17
Fig. 1-3-19
CD RF signal
CD playback waveform
CD RF signal
Pin 45 (TP502) of IC502
CD RF signal
Pin 45 (TP502) of IC502
CD PLCK
Pin 117 (TP409) of IC401
V : 500 mV/div
H : 100 ns/div
Fig. 1-3-18
CH1 : TP502 CDRF 500 mV/div
CH2 : TP409 CDPLCK 5 V/div
100 ns/div
Fig. 1-3-20
3-1-2. Location Diagram of Servo Test Point
IC503
E544 DMRV
E547 FMDRV
E545 TRDRV
E546 FODRV
E523
CN503
IC503
IC502
CN501
CN701
CN901
IC401
IC903
IC906
CN502
CN604
IC301
CN301
CN603
CN601
E535
TP408 RFRP
E534
TP503 RFSB
TP401 VREFD
E536
IC502
IC401
TP405 FE
TP406 TE
TP502 RFO
TP409 PLCK
TP504 RFCT
TP410 FLGA
TP411 FLGB
TP412 VMCK
Fig. 1-3-21
SECTION 2
PART REPLACEMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
CAUTIONS BEFORE STARTING SERVICING
Electronic parts are susceptible to static electricity and may easily damaged, so do not forget to take a proper grounding
treatment as required.
1. REPLACEMENT OF MECHANICAL PARTS
1-1. Cabinet Replacement
1-1-1. Top Cover
1. Remove five screws (1) and remove the top cover (2).
1-1-2. Clamper Stay
<Removal>
1. Remove two screws (1).
Screw (1)
Top cover (2)
2. Release two claws and remove the clamper stay (2).
Screws (1)
Screws (1)
Clamper stay (2)
Clamper
stay (2)
Clamper stay (2)
Screw (1)
Claw
Claw
A
Spring
Claws
Fig. 2-1-1
Fig. 2-1-2
SECTION 2
PART REPLACEMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
Many screws are used inside the unit. To prevent missing, dropping, etc. of the screws, always use a magnetized screwdriver in servicing. Several kinds of screws are used and some of them need special cautions. That is, take care of the
tapping screws securing molded parts and fine pitch screws used to secure metal parts. If they are used improperly, the
screw holes will be easily damaged and the parts can not be fixed.
<Mounting >
1. The spring for tray side pressure is inserted into the
portion “A”. (Refer to Fig. 2-1-2.)
2. By referring to Fig. 2-1-3, insert the spring normally
and mount the clamper stay.
1-1-3. Tray Panel
<Tray Ejection>
1. Slide the slider (2) of the mechanism chassis assembly
(1) with a screwdriver, etc. in the arrow direction, so
that the tray (3) is ejected.
Note:
• Take care not to damage the pickup and other parts.
This part should be touch
to the left side of the tray.
NG
Screw
driver
NG
OK
Slider (2)
Mechanism
chassis assembly (1)
Tray
Tray (3)
Front panel
Mechanism
chassis assembly
Spring
Press down by finger
unitil fix the clamper assembly
Fig. 2-1-4
<Tray Panel Removal>
OK
No floating
NG
Floating NG
Fig. 2-1-3
1. Eject the tray (3).
2. Twist the tray panel (4) a little in the arrow A direction
with the tray (3) hold by hand to release two claws and
lift up the tray panel (4) in the arrow B direction, then
the tray panel (4) is removed.
(Refer to Fig. 2-1-5.)
3. When mounting the tray panel (4), insert the tray panel
(4) along the grooves of the both sides of the tray (3)
until clicking.
• After inserting the tray (3), confirm that the mark of
the gear (4) matches with that of the rack gear on the
tray (first tooth of the gear). (Refer to Fig. B.)
Tray (3)
B
Figure A
Gear (4)
Tray panel (4)
Triangle mark
A
Claws
Tray (3)
Tray panel (4)
Position of the line
Pickup mechanism
assembly
Gear (4)
The first tooth of the gear of
this side on the tray rack gear.
Fig. 2-1-5
1-1-4. Front Panel and Tray
1. Remove the flexible cable (1).
Slider
Tray (3)
2. Remove one screw (2) and remove the GND lead (3).
3. Release four claws and remove the front panel (4).
Rack gear
Gear (4)
4. Pull out the tray (5) to this side.
Screw (2)
GND lead (3)
Marking
Claw
Figure B
Fig. 2-1-7
1-1-5. Rear Panel
1. Remove three screws (1) and remove the rear panel (2).
Rear panel (2)
Screws (1)
Tray (5)
Flexible cable (1)
Claws
Front panel (4)
Claw
Fig. 2-1-6
Note:
• Insert the tray (3) with the front side of the pickup
mechanism assembly descended. (The slider positions
to the left side.)
• The gears are required to match their phases each
other. After setting the gear (4) as shown in the figure
“A”, insert the tray (3). When inserting a tray (3), push
the rack gear side shown by the arrow.
Fig. 2-1-8
1-2-2. Output PC Board
1. Peel off the tape (3).
1-2. PC Board Replacement
1-2-1. Main PC Board
2. Remove the connector (2).
Note:
• Before removing the main PC board (4), be sure to
short-circuit the laser diode output land.
After replacing, open the land as it was after inserting
the flexible cables (1).
3. Disconnect two flexible cables (1).
4. Remove two screws (4).
5. Remove two screws (5) and remove the output PC
board (6).
Note:
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to item 1-1-1.)
2. Remove six flexible cables (1) and remove one
connector (3).
• When mounting, be sure to twist the wire for the
connector (2) several times.
3. Remove four screws (2).
4. Release two claws and remove the main PC board (4).
Note:
• When mounting, be sure to twist the wire for the
connector (3) several times.
Twist more than 9 times.
Pickup head
Tape (3)
Screws (4)
Output
PC board (6)
Connector (2)
Screws (2)
Main PC board (4)
Laser diode
output land
Connector (3)
Flexible
cables (1)
Screws (5)
Flexible cables (1)
Fig. 2-1-10
Flexible
cables (1)
Claws
Twist more than 7 times.
Fig. 2-1-9
1-2-3. Power PC board
1. Peel off the tape (1).
1-2-4. Front PC Board
1. Remove the front panel. (Refer to item 1-1-4.)
2. Remove the connectors (2) and (3).
2. Remove four screws (1) and remove the front display
PC board (2)
3. Remove three screws (4).
4. Remove two screws (5).
5. Release two claws and remove the power supply PC
board (6).
3. Remove two screws (3) and remove the power switch
PC board (4).
Power SW
PC board (4)
Note:
Screws (3)
• When mounting, be sure to twist the wire for the
connectors (2) and (3) several times.
Front display
PC board (2)
Screws (1)
Twist more than 9 times.
Power supply
PC board (6)
Screws (4)
Fig. 2-1-12
Connector (2)
Screws (5)
Connector (3)
Tape (1)
Claws
Twist more than 7 times.
Fig. 2-1-11
1-3. Mechanism Parts
1-3-1. Mechanism Chassis Assembly
1-3-2. Loading Belt
1. Remove the gear (1) by releasing the claw.
2. Remove the gear (2).
Note:
• When removing the mechanism chassis assembly (3),
be sure to short-circuit the laser diode output land
before removing the connector and the flexible cables.
After replacing, open the land as it was after inserting
the connector and flexible cables.
1. Remove the tray. (Refer to items 1-1-3 and 1-1-4.)
2. Remove three flexible cables (1).
3. Remove the gear (3) and the loading belt (4).
4. Replace the loading belt (4) with a new one.
5. When mounting, perform the reverse order of the
removal.
Note:
• When mounting the loading belt (4), twisting and
attaching of a grease, etc. are not allowed.
3. Remove four screws (2) and remove the mechanism
chassis assembly (3).
Gear (1)
Gear (2)
Loading belt (4)
Screws (2)
Pickup head
Gear (3)
Laser diode
output land
Mechanism
chassis assembly (3)
Flexible cables (1)
Claw
Mechanism
chassis assembly
Fig. 2-1-14
Fig. 2-1-13
1-3-3. Loading Motor
1. Remove the loading belt. (Refer to item 1-3-2.)
1-3-4. Sub Chassis (with a pickup mechanism)
1. Turn the mechanism chassis assembly (1) upside down.
2. Remove two screws (1) and two claws. Then remove
the loading motor (2) (with the loading motor PC
board (3) attached).
2. Remove one screw (2) and release the boss “A” from the
claw. Then remove the sub chassis (3) (with the pickup
mechanism) by sliding in the arrow direction.
3. Desolder the terminal section of the loading motor (2)
and remove the loading motor PC board (3).
3. When mounting, perform the reverse order of the
removal.
4. Replace the loading motor (2) with a new one.
Note:
5. When mounting, perform the reverse order of the
removal.
Note:
• When replacing the loading motor, meet the polarity
phase of the terminals. (Mount the motor with the
label positioned as shown in Fig. 2-1-15.)
• When mounting the sub chassis (3) (with the pickup
mechanism), first, insert the boss “C” along the groove
of the cam slider up/down cam (4) and next, the boss
“B” and “A”.
• The boss “A” and “B” may be used with washers.
(One or two washers are used to prevent from the slust
rattling. In some cases, no washer is used.)
When the washer(s) is used, be sure to assemble as it
was without losing.
Screws (1)
Sub chassis (3)
(with the pickup mechanism attached)
Boss C
Screw (2)
Boss A
Mechanism
chassis assembly
Washers
Cam slider
up/down cam (4)
Boss B
Claw
Claw
Loading motor (2)
Motor label
side
Groove
Loading motor
PC board (3)
Claw
Mechanism chassis
assembly (1)
Desolder
Groove
Boss A
Fig. 2-1-15
Claw
Boss B
Groove
Fig. 2-1-16
1-3-5. Pickup Mechanism Assembly
<Removal>
1. Remove four screws (1) and four washers (2) and then
remove the pickup mechanism assembly (3).
<Mounting>
1. Replace the pickup mechanism assembly (3) with a
new one.
2. When mounting, perform the reverse order of the
removal.
1-3-6. Gear B Assembly, Gear A and Rack Gear
Assembly
<Removal>
1. Remove one screw (1) and remove the gear B assembly
(2).
2. Remove the gear A (3).
3. Remove one screw (4) and remove the rack gear
assembly (5).
Screw (4)
Screw (1)
Gear B assembly (2)
Screw (1)
Rack gear
assembly (5)
Washers (2)
Damper
(Black)
Damper
(Black)
Damper
(Blue)
Gear A (3)
Claw
Pickup mechanism
assembly (3)
Damper
(Blue)
Pickup mechanism
assembly
Fig. 2-1-19
<Mounting>
Fig. 2-1-17
1. When mounting, perform the reverse order of the
removal.
Note:
• The dampers’ color differs when used for the front
side and the rear.
• When mounting the pickup mechanism assembly (2)
with the screws (1), push the pickup mechanism
assembly (2) downward without being caught and
tighten the screws (1) after placing the washer with the
damper bent.
Screw (1)
Washer (2)
(W6.6P0.5D12)
Pickup mechanism
assembly (3)
Damper
Fig. 2-1-18
2. Mount the gear B assembly (1) by pushing the pickup
head (5) to the disc motor side (arrow A direction) and
shifting the upper gear of the rack gear assembly (4) in
the arrow B direction. (Refer to Fig. 2-1-20.)
3. Fit the positioning holes on the upper gear and lower
gear of the gear B assembly (1) and mount on the
pickup mechanism assembly with the phase matched.
At this time, note that the phase of the gear B assembly (1) and the gear A (2) shows the status in the Fig.
2-1-21.
1-3-7. Feed Motor
<Removal>
Positioning holes
Gear B assembly (1)
Pickup Head (5)
1. Remove the gear B assembly (1) and the gear A (2).
(Refer to item 1-3-6.)
2. Remove two screws (1) and remove the feed motor (2)
(with the feed motor PC board (3) attached).
(Refer to Fig. 2-1-22.)
A
3. Desolder the terminals of the feed motor (2) and
remove the feed motor PC board (3).
<Mounting>
B
Gear A (2)
Pickup mechanism
assembly
Rack gear assembly (4)
Fig. 2-1-20
1. Tighten the feed motor (2) on the pickup mechanism
assembly with two screws (1).
2. Insert the feed motor PC board (3) with the positioning pin on the chassis matched and solder the terminals.
3. Perform the reverse order of the removal.
Note:
Note:
• Mount the gear B assembly (1) and the gear A (2) with
their gear teeth placed more than one tooth at least
inside the shaded portion.
Innermost position
of pickup head
• After mounting, put the lead wires through the notch
of the pickup mechanism assembly.
• When replacing the loading motor, meet the polarity
phase of the terminals. (Mount the motor with the
label positioned as shown in Fig. 2-1-22.)
Within the position shown
by the shaded porition.
Screws (1)
Pickup mechanism
assembly
Feed motor (2)
Notch
Rack gear assembly (4)
Motor label
side
Desolder
Lead wires
Gear A (2)
Gear B assembly (1)
Fig. 2-1-21
Feed motor
PC board (3)
Fig. 2-1-22
SECTION 3
SERVICING DIAGRAMS
1. STANDING PC BOARDS FOR SERVICING
EU05 Output PC board
EU02 Power supply PC board
EU04 Power SW PC board
EU01 Main PC board
Fig. 3-1-1
SECTION 3
SERVICING DIAGRAMS
EU03 Front display PC board
2. CIRCUIT SYMBOLS AND SUPPLEMENTARY EXPLANATION
2-1. Precautions for Part Replacement
• In the schematic diagram, parts marked
(ex.
F801) are critical part to meet the safety regulations,
so always use the parts bearing specified part codes
(SN) when replacing them.
• Using the parts other than those specified shall violate
the regulations, and may cause troubles such as
operation failures, fire etc.
2-2. Solid Resistor Indication
Unit
Tolerance
Rated Wattage
Type
None ........... Ω
K
........... kΩ
M
........... MΩ
None ........... ±5%
B
........... ±0.1%
C
........... ±0.25%
D
........... ±0.5%
F
........... ±1%
G
........... ±2%
K
........... ±10%
M
........... ±20%
(1) Chip Parts
None ......... 1/16W
(2) Other Parts
None ......... 1/6W
Other than above, described in the Circuit Diagram.
None ........... Carbon film
S
........... Solid
R
........... Oxide metal film
W
........... Metal film
W
........... Cement
FR
........... Fusible
Eg. 1
100k
Rated Wattage
Type
Tolerance
FIg. 3-2-1
2-3. Capacitance Indication
Symbol
+
........... Electrolytic, Special electrolytic
........... Non polarity electrolytic
........... Ceramic, plastic
M
........... Film
........... Trimmer
None ........... F
µ
........... µF
p
........... pF
None ........... 50V
For other than 50V and electrolytic capacitors,
described in the Circuit Diagram.
(1) Ceramic, plastic, and film capacitors of which
capacitance are more than 10 pF.
None ........... ±5% or more
B
........... ±0.1%
C
........... ±0.25%
D
........... ±0.5%
F
........... ±1%
G
........... ±2%
(2) Ceramic, plastic, and film capacitors of which
capacitance are 10 pF or less.
None ........... more than ±5% pF
B
........... ±0.1 pF
C
........... ±0.25 pF
(3) Electrolytic, Trimmer
Tolerance is not described.
None ........... SL
For others, temperature characteristics are
described. (For capacitors of 0.01 µF and
no indications are described as F.)
Sometimes described with abbreviated letters as
shown in Eg. 3.
NP
Unit
Rated voltage
Tolerance
Temperature characteristic
(Ceramic capacitor)
Static electricity capacity
(Ceramic capacitor)
Eg. 2
100µ
Temperature Rated
response
voltage
Tolerance
Fig. 3-2-2
Eg. 3
104
4pF
10x10
(0.1µF)
Temperature characteristic
(or Temperature characteristic+
Static electricity capacity tolerance)
Fig. 3-2-3
2-4. Inductor Indication
Unit
Tolerance
None
µ
m
None
B
C
D
F
G
K
M
........... Η
........... µH
........... mH
........... ±5%
........... ±0.1%
........... ±0.25%
........... ±0.5%
........... ±1%
........... ±2%
........... ±10%
........... ±20%
Eg. 4
Type name
Fig. 3-2-4
2-5. Waveform and Voltage Measurement
Eg. 5
• The waveforms for CD/DVD and RF shown in the
circuit diagrams are obtained when a test disc is
played back.
• All voltage values except the waveforms are expressed
in DC and measured by a digital voltmeter.
10µ
Type
Tolerance
Fig. 3-2-5
2-6. When Replaced ROM ICs or Upgraded Firmware
1. When replaced the following ROM ICs, it is necessary
to write the data into the new ICs.
1) IC615 (firmware)
3. Connect a computer to the main PC board of the DVD
video player with using DATA UPDATE KIT (P/No.
79080074). (Fig. 3-2-6)
2) IC613 (Setup default data and other information)
4. Writing operation
Refer to the instruction attached to the data floppy
disc.
2. When the firmware is upgraded, rewriting the new
firmware into IC615 may be requested for servicing.
DATA UPDATE KIT
(RS-232C Interface/cable)
RS-232C
cable
Computer
(MS-DOS/PC-DOS)
CN601
Fig. 3-2-6
Note:
• The firmware and setup data floppy discs are not available as service parts.
For more information, consult TOSHIBA service office in your area.
3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
EU05 OUTPUT
CNY02
Board-in
VDD+5V
GND
VEE-9V
GND
E+6V
VCC+9V
VCC+12V
CNY01
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
AGND
IEC958IN
HMUTE
ZERO
Rch-IN
AGND
Lch-IN
VGND
CR-INPUT
VGND
C-INPUT
VGND
CB-INPUT
VGND
Y-INPUT
GND
PIX
ASP2
ASP1
SOUTX
RGBON
VGND
CR-OUTPUT
VGND
C-OUTPUT
VGND
CB-OUTPUT
VGND
Y-OUTPUT
GND
PIX
ASP2
ASP1
SOUTX
RGBON
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AGND
IEC958OUT
HMUTE
ZERO
Rch-OUT
AGND
Lch-OUT
FFC 1mm 7P
W901
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
7P
Press-fit
VDD+5V
GND
VEE-9V
GND
E+6V
VCC+9V
VCC+12V
CN901
Mechanism
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CN802
PUH
EU02
POWER
CN801
Board-in
PWON
E+5V
E+6V
VDD+5V
VDD+3.3V
VDD+2.5V
GND
GND
M+8V
MGND
VKK-34V
FF+
TRY
6
5
4
3
2
1
MOTOR
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
W501
FFC 1mm 18P
GND
VREF
VCC
FO
EO
AO
DO
CO
BO
F+
TT+
FVCC
GND
LD
MON
VOR
FFC 1.25mm 6P W502
GND
LDMP
TOPN
LDMN
TCLS
TRAY
FFC 1mm 8P W503
FMN
FMP
GND
LMT
DMN
DMP
VCC
DMFG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
CN501
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN502
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CN503
FFC 1mm 14P
W301
CN301
CN602
CN601
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
CNX01
PWON
E+5V
E+6V
VDD+5V
VDD+3.3V
VDD+2.5V
GND
GND
M+8V
MGND
VKK-34V
FF+
GND
5V
TXD
CTS
RXD
RTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
GND
5V
TXD
CTS
RXD
RTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
EU01 MAIN
CN701
CN603
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
13P
Press-fit
FF+
VKK-34V
GND
DSTBX
DSPCKX
DSPSO
DSPSI
DSPRST
STBYX
E+5V
GND
GND
FF+
VKK-34V
GND
DSTBX
DSPCKX
DSPSO
DSP S I
DSPRST
STBYX
E+5V
GND
GND
FFC 1mm 13P
W301
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
CN101
FFC 1mm 4P
W102
CN103
4
3
2
1
GND
E+5V
POWLED
POWKEY
1
2
3 CN102
4
EU03 FRONT
EU04 POWER-SW
Fig. 3-3-1
4. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
4-1. Overall Block Diagram
Data/Control Bus
DVD AV Data
SP DIF Data
IC402
HY512264JC-50
SPM
2M-DRAM
PUH
Tray
Motor
Feed
Motor
4M-DRAM
RF Amp.
X501
IC502
TA1313F
1chip-SERVO
Data Processor
22.5792
MHz
PUH Driver
Motor Driver
AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT UNIT
IC202
TC203G08
-0103(Z)
Track Buffer
256fs Audio
Master Clock
IC903
IC906
PLL1700E
PCM1716E
ICY02
TC74HCU04
ICY01
LPF &
Amplifier
Audio Out
Audio-DAC
PLL
IC401
TC9489F
IC503
KA3032
IC606
MBM29F800TA-55
MAIN PROCESSOR UNIT
IC201
MSM514800C-70JS
IC604
TMP94CS40AF
Main-CPU
EE-PROM
Coaxial Digital
Audio Out
FL, FR Analog
Audio Out
IC301
MD36710X
Decryption,
Video Process,MPEG-2 Decoder
Dolby-Digital Decoder, OSD
ZORAN
X601
8M-FROM
Buffer
20MHz
CeraOSC
IC601
S24C04BFJ-TB
16M-S-DRAM
2M-DRAM
IC605
HY512264JC-50
IC303
ADV7170
IC304, 302
HY57V16160ALTC-10
LA7106M x2
Composit Video
Out
Video Encoder
VIDEO LPF
with
AMPLIFIRE
C
Y
Y
PB
PR
SW POWER SUPPLY
Display
(FL)
Display-CPU
S Video Out
Component
Video Out
IC101
TMP87CH77F
FRONT DISPLAY UNIT
Fig.3-4-1
4-2. Power Supply Block Diagram
Fig. 3-4-2
4-3. Front Display, Power Switch Block Diagram
4-3-1. Front Display
Fig. 3-4-3
4-3-2. Front Display Pattern
Fig. 3-4-4
4-3-3. Front Display, Power Switch Block Diagram
Fig. 3-4-5
4-4. Main Block Diagrams
4-4-1. Servo System Block Diagram
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4-4-2. Logical System Block Diagram
Fig. 3-4-7
4-5. Output Block Diagram
Fig. 3-4-8
5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
5-1. Power Supply Circuit Diagram
1 Q801
1
D-4
2
AC120V 60Hz input
ON MODE
V:50 V/div
H:5 µs/div
Fig. 3-5-1
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
C801
C802
C803
C804
C805
C806
C807
C808
C809
C810
C811
C812
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C826
C827
C828
C829
C830
C831
C832
C833
C834
C835
C836
C837
C838
C839
CN801
CN802
D802
D803
D804
D805
D806
E2
C2
C2
D2
C3
C4
C4
D4
D4
D4
E3
E4
C6
C6
C6
D6
D6
E6
B6
F5
D7
D7
D8
B7
B7
C7
B6
B6
C6
C6
C7
C9
B9
B2
C2
C2
C2
C4
D807
D808
D809
D821
D822
D823
D824
D825
D826
D827
D828
D829
D830
D831
D832
D833
D834
D835
D836
D837
D838
D842
F801
F821
F822
F823
L801
L821
P802
Q801
Q802
Q821
Q822
Q823
Q824
Q825
Q826
Q827
D4
F4
C3
C5
C6
C5
D5
D5
E5
B5
B6
C7
D8
D7
E7
E7
E7
C6
C6
B7
B7
C7
E2
B5
C5
C6
C4
B6
F2
D3
E5
F5
E6
D6
D7
C7
B7
B6
Q828
R801
R802
R803
R804
R805
R806
R807
R808
R809
R810
R811
R812
R813
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
R831
R832
R833
R836
R837
R838
R839
R840
R841
R842
R843
RF823
T801
T802
C6
F2
E2
C2
C4
C4
C3
C3
E4
D4
F4
D4
D4
D4
E5
F5
F5
F5
F5
D7
D6
D6
D7
C7
D7
D7
D7
E6
D6
B6
C6
D7
B7
B6
C8
D6
D2
B5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-5-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
5-2. Front Display, Power Switch Circuit Diagram
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-5-3
1 IC101, Pin
2 IC101, Pin
3 IC101, Pin
4 IC101, Pin
F-5
14
5 IC101, Pin
E-6
19
X-OUT
SCK
V: 2 V/div
H: 100 ns/div
V: 2 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
E-6
22
6 IC101, Pin
C-6
49
STB
G1
V: 2 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
V: 10 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
E-6
21
7 IC101, Pin
B-5
50
SI
S1
V: 2 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
V: 10 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
E-6
20
SO
V: 2 V/div
H: 5 ms/div
Fig. 3-5-4
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
A101
C101
C102
C103
C104
CN101
CN102
CN103
D101
D102
D141
E002
E004
E005
E006
E007
E008
E024
E025
E026
E027
E028
E029
E030
E031
E032
E036
E037
E038
E071
E072
E073
E074
E075
E076
E077
E078
E080
E101
E102
E103
E104
E105
E106
E107
E108
E109
E110
E111
E113
E114
E121
E122
E123
E124
E125
E126
E127
E128
E129
E130
E131
E132
E133
E134
E135
E141
E142
E143
E144
E145
E146
E147
E148
EF+1
EG01
B2
E6
D6
F6
F6
F1
F7
F8
F5
D3
F9
F3
E5
E5
E5
E5
E5
E6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D6
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
G1
F7
F7
E3
F3
D3
E6
E4
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
C2
C3
C6
E6
F8
F8
F8
F8
F10
F9
F10
F10
B6
B3
EG02
EG03
EG04
EG05
EG06
EG07
EG08
EG09
EG10
EG11
EG12
EG13
EP01
EP02
EP03
EP04
EP05
EP06
EP07
EP08
EP09
EP10
EP11
EP12
EP13
EP14
EP15
EP16
FG101
FG102
IC101
L101
MT101
Q101
Q141
Q142
R101
R102
R103
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
R110
R112
R113
R114
R115
R119
R120
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R128
R129
R130
R131
R135
R141
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
S101
S102
S103
S104
S105
S106
S141
SP101
X101
B3
B3
B3
B3
B4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B4
B4
B4
B4
G2
G7
D5
F6
E6
D6
F10
F9
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F7
F7
G7
E3
E2
E2
F6
F2
E6
E6
D6
C6
B7
B7
B7
E5
F4
F10
F10
F10
F9
F9
F10
E3
E3
D3
D3
D3
E3
F8
F4
F5
5-3. Main Circuit Diagrams
5-3-1. New Main ICs Information
TC9489F
89 88
45
132
44
133
176 1
TA1313F
41 40
60
21
20
61
80
1
PCM1716-E
15
28
14
1
PLL1700E
11
20
10
1
Main ICs Function
Table 3-5-1
Ref. No.
IC Name
Function
Detail
IC601
S24C04BFJ-TB
EE-PROM
Setup default, memorization of specification setting.
IC303
ADV7170
Video Encorder
Built-in D/A converter. Encodes digital video signal to analog video
signal of NTSC/PAL system.
IC301
MD36710X
AV Decorder
Decryption, MPEG-2 Decode, Audio Decode, Sub Picture Decode,
OSD.
IC401
TC9489F
SERVO & Data Processor
Performs servo control of DVD or CD, and performs demodulation
and correction of RF signal.
IC502
TA1313T
RF Signal processing IC
Equalizes of playback RF signal and generates error detection signal
required for each servo operation.
IC503
KA3032
5-CH Motor Driver
5ch driver for motor driving.
IC906
PCM1716E
DA Converter
Stereo audio DA converter with a dual PPL built-in.
IC604
TMP94CS40AF
Main Micro Processor
Performs system control for all circuits.
IC202
TC203G08F0103
Track Buffer
Rate control and Buffer control.
IC506
MBM29F800TB-55
Flash ROM
Memorization for firmware.
Table 3-5-2 PCM1716E-T
Pin
No.
Function
Name
1
LRCIN
Left and Right Clock Input. This clock is
equal to the sampling rate - ls.(1)
2
DIN
Serial Audio Data Input.(1)
3
BCKIN
Bit Clock Input for Serial Audio Data.(1)
4
CLKO
Buffered Output of Oscillator. Equivalent to
System Clock.
5
XTI
Oscillator Input (External Clock Input)
6
XTO
Oscillator Output
7
DGND
8
VDD
9
Table 3-5-3 PLL1700E-T
Pin
No.
Name
Function
1
ML/SR0
Latch Enable for Software Mode/Sampling
Rate Selection for Hardware Mode. When
MODE pin is LOW, ML is selected. (1)
2
MODE
Mode Control Select. When this pin is
HIGH, device is operated in hardware
mode using SR0 (pin 1), FS0 (pin 19), and
FS1 (pin 20). When this pin is LOW, device
is operated in software mode by three-wire
interface using ML (pin 1), MD (pin 19) and
MC (pin 20).(1)
Digital Ground
3
VDD
Digital Power Supply. +5V.
Digital Power +5V
4
GND
Digital Ground.
VCC2R
Analog Power +5V
5
XT2
10
AGND2R
Analog Ground
27MHz Crystal. When an external 27MHz
clock is applied to XT1 (pin 6), this pin
must be connected to GND.
6
XT1
27MHz Oscillator Input/External 27MHz
input.
11
EXTR
Rch, Common Pin of Analog Output Amp
12
NC
No Connection
13
VOUTR
Rch, Analog Voltage Output of Audio Signal
7
GNDP
Ground for PLL.
Analog Ground
8
VDDP
Power Supply for PLL +5V.
RSV
Reserved. Must be left open.
14
AGND1
15
VCC1
Analog Power +5V
9
16
VOUTL
Lch, Analog Voltage Output of Audio Signal
10
MCKO
27MHz Output.
17
NC
No Connection
11
MCKO
Inverted 27MHz Output.
Lch, Common Pin of Analog Output Amp
12
SCKO1
Fixed 33.8688MHz Clock Output.
Analog Ground
13
SCKO4
768/s Clock Output.
Analog Power +5V
14
SCKO2
256/s Clock Output.
Zero Data Flag
15
GNDB
Digital Ground for VDC8
VDC8
Digital Power Supply for Clock Output
Buffers. +3.3V.
18
19
20
21
EXTL
AGND2L
VCC2L
ZERO
22
RST
Reset. When this pin is low, the DF and
modulators are held in reset.(2)
16
23
CS/IWO
Chip Select/Input Format Selection. When
this pin is low, the Mode Control is
effective.(3)
17
SCKO3
3841s Output. This output has been
optimized for the lowest jitter and should
be connected to the audio DAC(s).
24
MODE
Mode Control Select. (H: Software, L:
Hardware)(2)
18
RST
Reset. When this pin is LOW, device is
held in reset.(1)
25
MUTE
Mute Control.
19
MD/FS0
26
MD/DM0
Mode Control, DATA/De-emphasis
Selection 1(2)
Serial Data Input for Software Mode/
Sampling Frequency Selection for
Hardware Mode. When MODE pin is LOW.
MD is selected.(1)
27
MC/DM1
Mode Control, BCK/De-emphasis Selection
2(2)
20
MC/FS1
28
ML/I2S
Mode Control, WDCK/Input Format
Selection(2)
Shift Clock Input for Software Mode/
Sampling Frequency Selection for
Hardware Mode. When MODE pin is LOW.
MC is selected.(1)
Notes: (1) Pins 1,2,3; Schmitt Trigger input
(2) Pins 22,24,25,26,27,28; Schmitt Trigger input with
pull-up resistor.
(3) Pin 23; Schmitt Trigger input with pull-down
resistor.
Note:(1) Schmitt-trigger input with internal pull-down resistors.
Table 3-5-4 TA1313F (1/2)
Pin
No.
Name
Function
Table 3-5-4 TA1313F (2/2)
Pin
No.
Name
Function
1
GNDP
GND terminal
51
––
––
2
LDO2
Drive output 2
52
VCC2
Power supply terminal
3
MD2
Monitor input 2
53
NC
––
4
NC
––
54
NC
––
5
NC
––
55
GND2
GND terminal
6
VrA
Analog VREF
56
RFDC
DC feedback capacity
7
Vrfi
Filter capacity for the reference
57
EQB
Boost adjustment
8
VrD
Digital VREF
58
EQF
Frequency adjustment
9
Vdd
Power supply terminal
59
MDI1
Input of monitor
10
DPAC
DPD interchange combination capacity 1
60
LDO1
Drive output
11
DPBD
DPD interchange combination capacity 2
61
P1TN
TE-Input (DVD)
12
DPD1
DPD integral capacity 1
62
P1TP
TE+Input (DVD)
13
DPD2
DPD integral capacity 2
63
P1FN
FE-Input (DVD)
14
SCB
Control line (bit clock)
64
P1FP
FE+Input (DVD)
15
SCL
Control line (latch signal)
65
LDP1
APC polarity 1
16
SCD
Control line (serial data)
66
GNDR
GND terminal (RF)
17
VRCK
Input of standard clock
67
P1DI
D input (DVD)
18
NC
––
68
P1CI
C input (DVD)
19
NC
––
69
P1BI
B input (DVD)
20
VCKF
Capacity for the VRCK time constant
adjustment
70
P1AI
A input (DVD)
71
LDP2
APC polarity 2
72
P2AI
A input (CD)
73
P2BI
B input (CD)
74
P2CI
C input (CD)
75
P2DI
D input (CD)
76
GNDS
GND terminal (Servo)
77
P2FP
FE+Input (CD)
78
P2FN
FE-Input (CD)
79
P2TP
TE+Input (CD)
80
P2TN
TE-Input (CD)
21
VCCP
Power supply terminal
22
NC
––
23
NC
––
24
NC
––
25
DFIN
DPD filter capacity 1
26
DFHPF
DPD filter capacity 2
27
VCCS
Power supply terminal (servo)
28
DFLPF
DPD filter capacity 2 (LPF)
29
NC
––
30
NC
––
31
LVL
Servo addition output
32
NC
––
33
TEO
TE ouptut
34
FEO
FE output
35
NC
––
36
NC
––
37
DFLVL
Defect detection threshold value
38
NC
––
39
NC
––
40
DFTN
DPD defect
41
RPZ
RF ripple ouptut 2
42
RPO
RF ripple output 1
43
RPB
The bottom of the RF ripple
44
RPP
The peak of the RF ripple
45
RFO
Equivalent RF ouptut
46
VCCR
Power supply terminal
47
DPDB
Pit depth adjustment
48
TEB
TE balance
49
FEB
FE balance
50
TCC
Time constant adjustment
Table 3-5-5 TC9489F (1/4)
Pin
No.
Name
Table 3-5-5 TC9489F (2/4)
Function
Pin
No.
Name
Function
1
ASLCN
Data slice negative output
51
MD5
Microcomputer data bus
2
ASLCO
Analog data slice output
52
MD6
Microcomputer data bus
3
DVSS
DAC-only ground
53
MD7
Microcomputer data bus
4
RO
R-channel output signal
54
VDD5
5V power supply
5
DVDD
DAC-only power supply
55
NC
––
6
DVR
Amp reference signal output
56
NC
––
7
LO
L-channel output signal
57
SMCK
22M block clock output
8
DVSS
DAC-only power ground
58
VMCK
9
XVSS
Oscillator-only ground
Data output block (signal processing block)
clock output
10
XI
Crystal oscillator input
59
VDD3
3.3V digital power supply
60
PD0
DVD/CD data output
61
VSS5
5V ground
62
PD1
DVD/CD data ground
63
PD2
DVD/CD data ground
64
PD3
DVD/CD data ground
65
PD4
DVD/CD data ground
66
VSS3
3.3V digital ground
67
PD5
DVD/CD data output
11
XO
Crystal oscillator output
12
XVDD
Oscillator-only power supply
13
14
15
16
17
TESM0
TESM1
TESM2
VDD3
VSS3
Test pin
Test pin
Test pin
3.3V digital power supply
3.3V digital ground
18
VPFC
Clock PLL block phase/frequency
comparator output
68
PD6
DVD/CD data output
19
TEST0
Test mode pin
69
PD7
DVD/CD data output
20
VLPFI
VCO filter input for the clock PLL
70
PD8
DVD/CD data output
21
VLPFO
VCO filter output for the clock PLL
71
/PSYC
DVD data selector sync signal
22
VSS3
3.3V digital ground
72
/PDRQ
DVD data transfer block
23
MON0
Test monitor
73
PDCK
DAD data transfer clock
24
MON1
Test monitor
74
VDD5
5V power supply
25
MON2
Test monitor
75
TESM3
Test pin
26
MON3
Test monitor
76
DIGI
1-bit DAC Digital In Input
27
MON4
Test monitor
77
TESM4
Test pin
28
MON5
Test monitor
78
VDD3
3.3V digital power supply
29
MON6
Test monitor
79
BA0
External RAM address output
30
MON7
Test monitor
80
BA1
External RAM address output
31
MON8
Test monitor
81
BA2
External RAM address output
32
MON9
Test monitor
82
BA3
External RAM address output
33
VDD3
3.3V digital power supply
83
VSS5
5V ground
34
NC
––
84
BA4
External RAM address output
35
NC
––
85
BA5
External RAM address output
36
TEST1
Test mode pin
86
BA6
External RAM address output
37
FLGA
General-purpose I/O or flag monitor
87
BA7
External RAM address output
38
FLGB
General-purpose I/O or flag monitor
88
BA8
External RAM address output
39
VSS3
3.3V digital ground
89
VDD3
3.3V digital power supply
40
/RST
Reset pin
90
/BOE
External RAM/OE signal
41
/MA
Microcomputer address enable signal
91
/BRAS
External RAM/RAS signal
42
/MRD
Microcomputer data read signal
92
/BCAS
External RAM/CAS signal
43
/MWR
Microcomputer data write signal
93
/BWL
External RAM Lower/WE signal
44
/MCE
Microcomputer chip enable signal
94
/BWU
External RAM Upper/WE signal
45
/MINT
Microcomputer interrupt signal
95
VDD5
5V power supply
46
MD0
Microcomputer data bus
96
BD0
External RAM data input/output
47
MD1
Microcomputer data bus
97
BD1
External RAM data input/output
48
MD2
Microcomputer data bus
98
BD2
External RAM data input/output
49
MD3
Microcomputer data bus
99
BD3
External RAM data input/output
50
MD4
Microcomputer data bus
100 BD4
External RAM data input/output
Table 3-5-5 TC9489F (3/4)
Pin
No.
Name
Function
Table 3-5-5 TC9489F (4/4)
Pin
No.
Name
Function
101 BD5
External RAM data input/output
148 AWIN
Active-wide PLL control signal input
102 BD6
External RAM data input/output
149 AVSS
3.3V analog block-only ground
103 BD7
External RAM data input/output
150 FEI
Focus error signal input
104 BD8
External RAM data input/output
151 TEI
Tracking error signal input
105 VSS3
3.3V digital ground
152 RFSB
RF level or subbeam signal summing input
106 BD9
External RAM data input/output
153 RFRP
RFRP signal input
107 BD10
External RAM data input/output
154 AVSS
3.3V analog block-only ground
108 BD11
External RAM data input/output
155 TESM10
Test pin
109 BD12
External RAM data input/output
156 EXTAD
General-purpose external ADC input
110 VSS5
5V ground
157 VREF
111
BD13
External RAM data input/output
Analog block-only reference power supply:
1.65V
112 BD14
External RAM data input/output
158 FOO
Focus EQ output
159 TRO
Tracking EQ output
160 AVDD
3.3V analog block-only power supply
161 AWCTL
Active-wide PLL control output
162 FMO
Feed EQ ouptut
163 DMO
Disc EQ ouptut
164 TEBC
Tracking balance control signal
165 FEBC
Focus balance control signal
166 DPDC
DPD error signal's pit depth adjusting
signal
113 BD15
114 NC
115 NC
116 VDD3
117 PLCK
External RAM data input/output
––
––
3.3V digital power supply
PLL block clock input/output
118 TESM5
Test pin
119 TESM6
Test pin
120 TESM7
Test pin
121 TESM8
Test pin
167 EQBC
RF wideband boost adjusting signal
122 VCC3
3.3V digital ground
168 ANMON
General-purpose PWM output
123 CFC1
VCO frequency control signal
169 /DFCT
Black dot detection signal
124 CFC2
VCO frequency control signal
170 VRCK
RF EQ response control clock
125 PPW
Phase comparator offset adjusting voltage
output
171 VSS3
3.3V digital ground
172 SCD
Head amp serial data
126 PESV
Phase comparator offset adjusting voltage
input
173 SCL
Head amp serial data latch pulse
127 PVSS
3.3V PLL block-only ground
174 SCB
Head amp serial data clock
128 PESP
Phase comparator offset adjusting signal
output
175 FGIN
Disc FG signal input (with self-biasing
circuit)
129 PDOP1
DVD/CD phase control signal (positive)
176 ASLCP
Data slice positive output
130 PDON1
DVD/CD phase control signal (negative)
131 PDOP2
DVD/CD phase control signal (positive)
132 PDON2
DVD/CD phase control signal (negative)
133 LPFN
Data PLL low-pass filter inverted input
134 LPFO
Data PLL low-pass filter output
135 PVREF
Data PLL block-only reference power
supply
136 VCOREF
VCO reference
137 VCOT
VCO automatic adjusting filter output
138 PVDO
3.3V PLL block-only power supply
139 SLCO1
Data slice 6-bit DAC output
140 TESM9
Test pin
141 TEST2
Test mode pin
142 RFCD
CD RF signal input
143 RFDVD
DVD RF signal input
144 AVDD
3.3V analog block-only power supply
145 RFCT
RFRP center voltage input (latched at
zero-cross)
146 RFZI
RFRP signal input (latched at zero-cross)
147 TEZI
Tracking error signal input (latched at zerocross)
The pin names prefixed by a slash "/" are active-low pins.
5-3-2. Main Circuit Diagram
Part
No.
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C301
C302
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C310
C311
C312
C313
C314
C315
C316
C317
C318
C319
C320
C321
C322
C323
C324
C325
C326
C401
C402
C404
C405
C406
C407
C408
C409
C410
C411
C412
C413
C414
C415
C416
C417
C418
C419
C420
C421
C422
C423
C424
C425
C426
C427
C428
C429
C430
C431
C432
C433
C434
C435
C436
C437
C438
C439
C440
C441
C442
C443
C444
C445
C446
C447
C448
C449
C450
C451
Location
B4
A4
B4
A5
B5
C5
C5
B6
B7
B6
C6
B6
C6
E7
B7
E7
B7
C7
E7
C6
B6
E7
E7
E7
E7
C7
E7
E7
E7
E7
E7
E7
E8
B2
B2
C2
C3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
A3
A3
A3
C3
C3
C3
A3
A4
C4
B4
B4
B4
C4
B4
A4
B4
B4
B4
C4
Part
No.
C452
C453
C454
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C508
C509
C510
C511
C512
C513
C514
C515
C516
C517
C518
C519
C520
C522
C523
C524
C525
C526
C527
C528
C529
C530
C531
C532
C533
C534
C535
C536
C538
C601
C602
C603
C604
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
C610
C611
C612
C613
C614
C615
C702
C703
C704
C705
C706
C707
C708
C709
C710
C711
C901
C903
C904
C905
C906
C907
C908
C909
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
C915
C916
C917
CN301
CN501
CN502
Location
C3
C3
B3
B1
B1
B1
C1
B1
B1
C1
A1
C1
A2
C1
B2
A2
B2
B2
B2
A2
B2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A2
B2
A2
B2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
F1
F1
F1
E1
D1
E1
E1
E2
D2
D2
F2
E2
E3
D3
F3
E8
F8
F8
E8
E8
E8
F8
F8
F8
F8
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
C8
A8
A8
E8
B1
B1
Part
No.
CN503
CN601
CN602
CN603
CN701
CN901
D501
D901
D902
E201
E202
E203
E204
E205
E206
E207
E208
E209
E302
E303
E304
E305
E306
E307
E308
E309
E310
E311
E312
E313
E314
E315
E316
E317
E318
E319
E320
E321
E322
E326
E327
E328
E329
E330
E331
E332
E333
E334
E335
E336
E337
E338
E339
E340
E401
E402
E405
E406
E407
E408
E409
E410
E411
E412
E413
E414
E415
E416
E417
E418
E419
E420
E421
E422
E423
E424
E425
E426
E427
E428
E429
E501
E502
Location
C1
D1
D1
E1
E8
B8
B1
B8
C8
A2
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
C6
C6
B7
B7
E6
E6
E6
E6
E6
E6
E6
E6
C7
E7
C7
E7
B7
C7
C7
C7
C6
E7
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
B3
C2
C3
C3
C3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C4
C4
C4
C4
C4
C4
C4
C4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B4
B2
A1
Part
No.
E503
E504
E505
E506
E507
E508
E509
E510
E511
E512
E513
E514
E515
E516
E517
E518
E519
E520
E521
E522
E523
E524
E525
E526
E527
E528
E529
E530
E531
E532
E533
E534
E535
E536
E537
E538
E539
E540
E541
E542
E543
E544
E545
E546
E547
E548
E550
E551
E552
E553
E601
E602
E603
E604
E605
E606
E607
E608
E609
E610
E611
E612
E613
E614
E615
E616
E617
E618
E619
E620
E621
E622
E623
E624
E625
E626
E627
E628
E629
E630
E631
E632
E633
Location
B2
C1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
C1
C1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
B1
A1
A1
A1
B1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
B1
C2
C2
C2
C2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
E1
D1
E1
D1
E1
E2
D2
E2
D2
E2
E2
Part
No.
E634
E635
E636
E637
E638
E639
E640
E641
E642
E643
E644
E645
E646
E647
E648
E650
E651
E654
E701
E702
E703
E704
E706
E710
E713
E714
E715
E716
E724
E725
E726
E727
E728
E729
E730
E901
E902
E903
E904
E905
E906
E907
E908
E909
E910
E911
E912
E913
E914
E915
E916
E917
E918
E919
E920
E921
E922
E923
E924
E925
E926
E927
E928
E929
E930
FL301
FL306
FL401
FL701
FL702
FL703
FL704
FL705
FL901
IC201
IC202
IC301
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC401
IC402
IC501
Location
D2
E2
D2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
D3
E2
E2
D3
D3
D2
D2
D3
E7
F8
E8
F8
E8
E8
E8
F8
F8
F8
E8
E8
E8
E8
E8
F8
E8
A8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
C8
A8
A8
A7
C8
C7
E7
C2
E8
F8
E8
E8
E8
A7
A4
B5
B6
C7
E7
C6
B2
A4
B1
Part
No.
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC601
IC602
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC606
IC607
IC608
IC609
IC610
IC901
IC902
IC903
IC904
IC905
IC906
JP601
L901
Q301
Q302
Q401
Q501
Q601
Q602
R205
R301
R302
R303
R304
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
R312
R313
R314
R319
R320
R322
R323
R325
R326
R401
R402
R403
R404
R405
R406
R407
R408
R409
R410
R411
R412
R413
R414
R416
R417
R418
R419
R420
R421
R422
R423
R424
R425
R426
R427
R428
R429
R430
R431
R432
R433
R434
R435
R436
Location
B2
C1
B2
D1
E1
E2
D2
F2
F3
D3
F4
E3
D3
A6
A7
A7
A7
A7
A8
D3
A7
E8
E8
C3
A1
E3
E3
C5
B6
E7
E7
E7
C7
B7
E8
B6
E7
E8
E7
E8
B6
E8
E6
E7
E7
E7
E7
E8
B3
C2
B2
C3
C3
B3
B3
C3
B3
C3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
C3
B3
B3
B3
C3
C3
C3
B3
C3
A3
B3
A3
B3
A3
B2
A3
B3
B3
B3
A3
Part
No.
R437
R438
R439
R440
R441
R442
R443
R444
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R452
R453
R454
R456
R457
R458
R459
R460
R461
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R526
R527
R528
R529
R530
R532
R533
R535
R536
R538
R539
R542
R545
R546
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
R614
R615
R616
R617
R618
R619
R620
R621
Location
B3
A3
B3
C3
C3
B3
B3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C4
B4
B4
C4
B4
C3
B3
A3
B3
B3
A3
A3
C4
B1
B2
B2
B2
A1
B1
A1
A2
C1
A1
A1
C2
B1
B2
B2
B2
C2
A2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
A2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
A2
A2
B2
A1
B2
A2
B2
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
D1
D1
E1
D1
E1
E1
D1
E1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D3
D1
D1
E1
Part
No.
R622
R623
R624
R625
R626
R627
R628
R629
R630
R631
R632
R633
R634
R635
R636
R637
R638
R639
R640
R641
R642
R701
R901
R902
R903
R904
R905
R906
R907
R908
R909
R911
R912
R913
R915
R919
R921
R924
RM504
RM601
RM602
RM603
RM605
RM606
RM607
RM608
RM609
RM610
RM611
RM612
RM613
RM901
RM902
RM903
S602
TP201
TP202
TP203
TP204
TP205
TP301
TP303
TP304
TP305
TP306
TP401
TP402
TP403
TP404
TP405
TP409
TP410
TP411
TP412
TP413
TP414
TP501
TP502
TP503
TP504
X401
X601
X901
Location
E2
D2
D2
E2
D2
D2
D2
D2
F2
F3
E3
E1
D3
F3
E3
E3
E1
D3
F1
F1
F1
F8
B7
A7
A7
A7
A8
A8
A8
C8
C8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
B8
C2
E2
E2
E2
D2
D2
D3
D3
D3
E3
E3
E3
D1
B8
C8
C8
E2
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B7
B6
B6
B6
B7
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
C4
C4
B4
B4
C3
B1
A2
B2
A2
C3
E1
A7
Fig. 3-5-5
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Fig. 3-5-5
5-4. Output Circuit Diagram
IC
1 JX01 Composite
D-10
video output
5 CNX01
(a) Pin
(b) Pin
CVBS output
75Ω terminated
100% color bar
V: 500 mV/div
H: 20 µs/div
2 JX01
6
2
(CB)
(CR)
E-1
E-1
100% color
bar (Play)
S-Y/C
75Ω terminated
100% color bar
(a) Y
(b) C
V: 500 mV/div
H: 20 µs/div
3 JX01 Y/PB/PR
C-10
(b)
V: 0.5 V/div
H: 20 µs/div
(1 kHz, FS)
L ch output
R ch output
V: 2 V/div
H: 200 µs/div
7 JY01 COAXIAL
C-9
Component output
75Ω terminated
100% color bar
(Play)
Y
75Ω terminated
PB
PR
V: 500 mV/div
H: 20 µs/div
V: 500 mV/div
H: 0.1 µs/div
4 CNX01
(a) Pin
(b) Pin
8
4
(Y)
(C)
ICY02
BUFFER
1 2.5
2 2.4
3 2.5
4 2.4
5 2.5
6 2.4
7
0
8 2.4
9 2.5
10 2.5
11 2.0
12 2.0
13 3.9
14 4.9
Transistor
C-10
/ R ch output B-9
-DIGITAL OUTPUT
output
1
0
2
0
3
0
4 -10.0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8 9.5
(a)
6 JY01 L ch output
(a) S-video output Y E-10
(b) S-video output C D-10
ICY01
LPF & AMP
E-1
E-1
100% color bar
(Play)
(a)
(b)
V: 0.5 V/div
H: 20 µs/div
Fig. 3-5-6
QY05
SWITCH
1 5.8
2 5.5
3 5.5
0
4
0
5
0
6
QY06
SWITCH
E 5.8
C 0
B 5.5
QY01
SWITCH
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
QY04
SWITCH
E 5.8
C 0
B 5.8
QY02
SWITCH
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
QY03
SWITCH
E 5.8
C 0
B 5.8
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
CNY01
CNY02
CNX01
CX01
CX02
CX03
CX04
CX05
CX06
CX07
CX08
CX09
CX10
CX11
CX12
CX13
CX14
CX15
CX16
CX17
CX18
CX19
CX20
CX21
CX22
CX23
CX24
CX25
CX26
CX27
CX28
CX29
CX30
CX31
CX32
CX33
CY01
CY02
CY03
CY04
CY05
CY06
CY07
CY08
CY09
CY10
CY11
CY12
CY13
CY14
CY15
CY16
B1
A9
D1
E2
E2
E2
E2
G2
G2
F3
E3
E3
E3
F3
G3
G3
E4
E4
E4
F4
F4
D8
D8
E8
E8
E8
F8
E8
D9
E9
E8
F3
E4
D4
D2
D2
B4
C4
B4
C4
B4
C4
B5
C5
C8
C8
D3
B4
C5
A6
B6
B6
CY17
CY18
CY19
CY20
CY21
CY22
DX01
DX02
DX03
DX04
DX05
DY01
EX01
EX02
EX03
EX04
EX05
EX06
EX07
EX08
EX09
EX10
EX11
EX12
EX13
EX14
EX15
EX16
EX17
EX18
EX19
EX20
EX21
EY01
EY02
EY03
EY04
EY05
EY06
EY07
EY08
EY09
EY10
EY11
EY12
EY13
EY14
EY15
EY16
EY17
EY18
EY19
B8
B9
A9
A8
C5
C5
F7
F7
E7
F8
E7
D3
D2
D2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
E2
D9
D9
E9
D9
D9
C9
E9
E9
E9
F9
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C3
D4
B4
C4
A9
B9
B9
B8
C9
C9
C9
D4
A9
EY20
EY21
EY22
EY23
EY24
EY25
EY26
EY27
EY28
EY29
FLY01
ICX01
ICX02
ICY01
ICY02
ICY03
JX01
JX02
LX01
LY01
QX04
QX05
QX06
QY01
QY02
QY03
QY07
QY08
QY09
QY10
QY11
QY12
RX01
RX02
RX03
RX04
RX05
RX06
RX07
RX08
RX09
RX10
RX11
RX12
RX13
RX14
RX15
RX16
RX17
RX18
RX19
RX20
A9
A9
B9
B9
B9
A9
B2
B2
B2
D2
B8
E3
F3
C4
C7
B10
C9
E10
E3
B6
D3
D3
D3
B5
C5
D4
B3
C3
C4
B3
C3
C5
E2
E2
G2
E3
E3
G3
D3
D4
E8
E8
D8
E8
E8
D9
E9
F9
E9
F8
F8
F9
RX21
RX22
RX23
RX24
RX25
RX26
RX27
RX28
RX29
RX30
RX31
RX32
RX33
RX34
RX35
RY01
RY02
RY03
RY04
RY05
RY06
RY07
RY08
RY09
RY10
RY11
RY12
RY13
RY14
RY15
RY16
RY17
RY18
RY19
RY20
RY21
RY22
RY23
RY24
RY25
RY26
RY27
RY28
RY29
RY30
RY31
RY32
RY33
RY34
RY35
RY36
F9
F9
D3
F2
F2
D9
E9
F8
F9
F9
E8
E8
D8
D8
E8
B4
C4
B4
C4
B4
C4
B5
C5
B5
C5
B5
C5
C9
C9
D3
B6
B6
B8
B9
B9
B9
B2
C4
C4
B4
C4
B4
C4
C2
C2
B5
C5
B5
C5
B2
C5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-5-7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5-5. Motor System Circuit Diagram
A
B
Part
No.
Location
CN1
R1
R2
S1
B3
D4
D3
C4
C
D
E
Fig. 3-5-8
F
G
10
1
2
3
4
5
6. PC BOARDS
A
6
7
8
The parts location list shows ex.
A1/B1= top side/bottom side.
Part
No.
C801
C802
C803
C804
C805
C806
C807
C808
C809
C810
C811
C812
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C826
C827
C828
C829
C830
C831
C832
C833
C834
C835
C836
C837
C838
C839
CN801
CN802
D802
D803
D804
D805
D806
D807
D808
D809
D821
D822
D823
D824
D825
D826
D827
D828
D829
D830
D831
D832
D833
D834
D835
D836
D837
D838
D842
C
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-6-1 EU02 Power Supply PC Board (Bottom side)
10
6-2. Power Switch PC Board
6-1. Power Supply PC Board
B
9
Location
B2
C1
C1
C2
C3
C3
C3
D3
D2
C2
D1
D3
F3
F3
E3
E2
E2
D1
F3
E3
E2
F2
F1
F2
F3
G2
G1
F3
F3
F3
G2
F1
E1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
D2
D2
C3
E3
E3
E3
E2
D2
D2
E3
F3
F1
F2
E1
E1
E1
E1
E3
E2
F2
F2
F1
Part
No.
F821
F822
F823
L801
L821
P802
Q801
Q802
Q821
Q822
Q824
Q825
Q826
Q827
Q828
Q829
R801
R802
R803
R804
R805
R806
R807
R808
R809
R810
R811
R812
R813
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
R831
R832
R833
R836
R837
R838
R839
R840
R841
R842
R843
RF823
T801
T802
Location
F3
E2
E3
C3
F3
B2
D2
D3
E3
D1
F2
F2
F2
F3
F2
E2
B2
B2
C2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C2
D2
D2
D3
D2
D2
E3
E3
E3
E3
E3
D1
D2
E2
F2
F2
F2
F2
F2
D1
E2
F3
F2
F2
G2
F3
F1
D2
B2
D3
Part
No.
Fig. 3-6-2 EU04
Power Switch PC Board
(Top side)
Fig. 3-6-3 EU04
Power Switch PC Board
(Bottom side)
Location
CN103 B6/ –
D141
B7/ –
Q141
– /B9
Q142
– /B8
R141
– /B8
R142
– /B8
R143
– /B8
R144
– /B8
R145
– /B8
R146
– /B8
S141
B6/ –
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
6-3. Main PC Board
A
CN503
C506
B
C504 IC501
C505
C507
C508
R405
R410R512C510R510R507R539
CN501
R501R504R506
R514
C516
IC503
IC502
R427
R429
R431
R433
R435
CN701
IC902
C704
C705
C707
C914
IC401
C703
C314
IC903
C533
D
RM607 RM608
R459
RM609 RM610 RM611
R639
C449
C443
R461
C454 R460
IC403
R458
R456 R457
C445 R448
R903
C904 C905 R904 C907
C446
R451
RM612
R913
R915
C902
C906
R447C437C438
R515
C901
C910
R446R445R444
C518
CN502
C424
C702
IC504
C535
X401
C511
C
C501
R502R503
C503
Q501 R505
D501
C203
R449
C450
C436
R450
IC906
CN901
R911
FL901
D901D902
C911
X901
C444
R908
R308 C310
R313
C324
RM606
RM603
RM605
R306
RM604
R628R629
E
CN603
C205
RM602
IC604
RM601
C609
C610
R627
R626
C204
Q601
R625
Q602
R624R623
IC609
F
R640 R641 R642
R621
R620
R619
R622
X601
IC603
CN601
G
C302
IC301
S602
C606 C607
R632
C613
R637
R636
R618
R638
IC610
Fig. 3-6-4 EU01 Main PC Board (Top pattern and character/symbol diagram)
R305 R319
R312
Q301
Q302
R307 R310
C325
C318
C320
C326
C316
CN301
1
2
CN503
C506
C504 IC501
A
C505
C507
C508
R405
R410R512C510R510R507R539
3
C501
R502R503
C503
Q501 R505
D501
R501R504R506
IC502
C702
IC504
C535
R427
R429
R431
R433
R435
CN701
IC902
C704
C705
C707
C914
IC401
C703
RM607 RM608
B
R459
RM609 RM610 RM611
R639
C449
C443
R461
C454 R460
IC403
R458
R456 R457
C445 R448
R903
C904 C905 R904 C907
C446
R451
RM612
C902
C314
IC903
C533
R913
R915
C906
R447C437C438
R515
C901
C910
R446R445R444
C518
CN502
C424
X401
C511
5
CN501
R514
C516
IC503
4
C203
R449
C450
C436
R450
IC906
CN901
R911
FL901
D901D902
C911
X901
C444
R908
R308 C310
R313
C324
RM606
RM603
RM605
R306
RM604
R628R629
CN603
C205
RM602
IC604
RM601
C609
C610
R627
R626
C204
Q601
R625
Q602
R624R623
C
IC609
R640 R641 R642
C302
IC301
R621
R620
R619
R622
X601
IC603
CN601
S602
C606 C607
R632
C613
R637
R636
R618
R638
IC610
Fig. 3-6-5 EU01 Main PC Board (Top pattern and Top parts location diagram)
R305 R319
R312
Q301
Q302
R307 R310
C325
C318
C320
C326
C316
CN301
Part
No.
C203
C204
C205
C302
C310
C314
C316
C318
C320
C324
C325
C326
C424
C436
C437
C438
C443
C444
C445
C446
C449
C450
C454
C501
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C508
C510
C511
C516
C518
C533
C535
C606
C607
C609
C610
C613
C702
C703
C704
C705
C707
C901
C902
C904
C905
C906
C907
C910
C911
C914
CN301
CN501
CN502
CN503
CN601
Location
B3
C3
C3
B4
B4
A4
C5
C5
C5
B5
C5
C5
A3
B3
A2
A3
B3
B3
B2
B4
B4
B3
B2
A2
A2
A1
A2
A1
A1
A2
A2
A1
A2
A2
B2
A3
C2
C2
C1
C1
C2
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A5
A5
B4
B4
A4
B5
A4
B5
A5
C5
A3
A1
A1
C1
Part
No.
CN603
CN701
CN901
D501
D901
D902
FL901
IC301
IC401
IC403
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC603
IC604
IC609
IC610
IC902
IC903
IC906
Q301
Q302
Q501
Q601
Q602
R305
R306
R307
R308
R310
R312
R313
R319
R405
R410
R427
R429
R431
R433
R435
R444
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R456
R457
R458
R459
R460
R461
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
Location
C1
A4
B5
A2
B5
B5
B5
C4
A3
B2
A2
A2
A1
A4
C2
C2
C2
C2
A5
B4
B5
B5
B5
A2
C2
C2
C4
B4
B5
B4
B5
B5
B4
C4
A2
A2
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A3
A2
A2
A2
B2
B3
B3
B3
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A3
A2
A2
A3
A2
Part
No.
R506
R507
R510
R512
R514
R515
R539
R618
R619
R620
R621
R622
R623
R624
R625
R626
R627
R628
R629
R632
R636
R637
R638
R639
R640
R641
R642
R903
R904
R908
R911
R913
R915
RM601
RM602
RM603
RM604
RM605
RM606
RM607
RM608
RM609
RM610
RM611
RM612
S602
X401
X601
X901
Location
A3
A2
A2
A2
A2
A1
A2
C2
C1
C1
C2
C2
C1
C1
C2
C1
C1
B1
B1
C2
C2
C2
C2
B2
C1
C1
C1
B4
B4
B5
B5
A5
A5
C2
C2
B2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
A2
C2
B4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A
C711
FL701
C502
C706
B
C710 C709 C708
R701
C
FL401
C416
C427
C428
C429
C430
C433
FL703 FL702
FL704
R919
R924
R912
R921
RM901
C536
L901
C917
C912
FL301
FL705
R401
C407C414 C417
R412
R418 R453 C520 R546C411C401R542R424 R420R422R425C421 C453C452 R454
C422
R406
R436 C434
C425 R403 C402
R437 C431 C419 C409 R413R411R409R414 R419R421R423
R440R441
R416
R439 C432 R407
R438 C435 C418 C420 R415 C413C410C406C403C404C408C415C441
R442 R443
C440
C447
R452C439
C448
R426
R428
R430
R432
R434
R906R905R902
C903
R907
C908
C909
C913
C916
RM902
IC905
C426C405C412R417
R509
C514C512 C515
C519
C513R519R525
R545R536
C526
C517 C528
R404
R402
R516
C523
C522
C525C524
C423
Q401
C509
R517R528R532R522R529R523R530R520R513R518R521
R524 R526 R527 R533
R408
R508 R535C530R538
C538C534C532C531C529C527
IC402
IC904
IC605
R909
RM903
C442
R901
D
C915
FL306 C322
C317
R309
R311
C321
C323
E
R326
R314 R320
R325
R322
R323
C451
IC901
C308
R304
C312
CN602
C207R205C206
C301
C605
C611
C311
C615
R635
C614
IC608
C309
IC202
C303
C201
C612
IC302
IC303
C315
R302 R303
R301
C305
C307
IC606
C304
R630
C319
R616
R631
IC304
F
IC602
C306
G
C608
R614
IC201
C313
C202
Fig. 3-6-6 EU01 Main PC Board (Bottom pattern and character/symbol diagram)
R633
R617 R609
R615
IC601
IC607
R634
R607 R606
R612
RM613
C604
R608
R610
R613
R601 R611
R602
R604 R603
R605
C603
C601
C602
5
4
C711
3
1
FL701
C502
C706
C536
C710 C709 C708
R701
C427
C428
C429
C430
C433
FL703 FL702
FL704
FL401
C416
A
R919
R924
R912
R921
RM901
2
L901
C917
C912
FL301
FL705
C407C414 R401
C417
R412
R418 R453 C520 R546C411C401R542R424 R420R422R425C421 C453C452 R454
C422
R406
R436 C434
C425 R403 C402
R437 C431 C419 C409 R413R411R409R414 R419R421R423
R440R441
R416
R439 C432 R407
R438 C435 C418 C420 R415 C413C410C406C403C404C408C415C441
R442 R443
C440
C447
C448
R452C439
R426
R428
R430
R432
R434
C903
R906R905R902
C908
R907
C909
C913
C916
RM902
IC905
C426C405C412R417
R509
C514C512 C515
C519
C513R519R525
R545R536
C526
C517 C528
R404
R402
R516
C525C524 C523 C522
C423
Q401
C509
R517R528R532R522R529R523R530R520R513R518R521
R524 R526 R527 R533
R408
R508 R535C530R538
C538C534C532C531C529C527
IC402
IC904
IC605
R909
RM903
C442
B
R901
C915
FL306 C322
C317
R309
R311
C321
C323
R326
R314 R320
R325
R322
R323
C451
IC901
C308
R304
C312
C207R205C206
C301
C605
C611
C311
C615
R635
C614
IC608
C309
C303
IC202
C201
C612
IC302
IC303
C315
R302 R303
R301
C305
CN602
C307
IC606
C304
R630
C319
R616
C
R631
IC304
C608
R614
IC201
IC602
C306
C313
C202
Fig. 3-6-7 EU01 Main PC Board (Bottom pattern and bottom parts location diagram)
R633
R617 R609
R615
IC601
IC607
R634
R607 R606
R612
RM613
C604
R608
R610
R613
R601 R611
R602
R604 R603
R605
C603
C601
C602
Part
No.
C201
C202
C206
C207
C301
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C311
C312
C313
C315
C317
C319
C321
C322
C323
C401
C402
C403
C404
C405
C406
C407
C408
C409
C410
C411
C412
C413
C414
C415
C416
C417
C418
C419
C420
C421
C422
C423
C425
C426
C427
C428
C429
C430
C431
C432
C433
C434
C435
C439
C440
C441
C442
C447
Location
C3
C3
B3
B3
B4
B3
C4
B4
C4
C4
B4
B4
B4
B5
C4
C5
B5
C4
B5
B5
B5
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A2
A3
A3
A4
A4
A4
A4
A3
A3
A4
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B3
A3
Part
No.
C448
C451
C452
C453
C502
C509
C512
C513
C514
C515
C517
C519
C520
C522
C523
C524
C525
C526
C527
C528
C529
C530
C531
C532
C534
C536
C538
C601
C602
C603
C604
C605
C608
C611
C612
C614
C615
C706
C708
C709
C710
C711
C903
C908
C909
C912
C913
C915
C916
C917
CN602
FL301
FL306
FL401
FL701
FL702
FL703
FL704
FL705
IC201
Location
A2
B1
A3
A3
A3
A1
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A3
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
B2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A4
B2
C1
C1
C1
C1
B2
C2
B3
C2
B1
B2
A5
A4
A4
A4
A4
B4
B4
B4
A5
B5
B5
B5
A5
B3
A4
B5
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
C3
Part
No.
IC202
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC402
IC601
IC602
IC605
IC606
IC607
IC608
IC901
IC904
IC905
L901
Q401
R205
R301
R302
R303
R304
R309
R311
R314
R320
R322
R323
R325
R326
R401
R402
R403
R404
R406
R407
R408
R409
R411
R412
R413
R414
R415
R416
R417
R418
R419
R420
R421
R422
R423
R424
R425
R426
R428
R430
R432
R434
R436
R437
R438
Location
B3
C4
C5
C4
B3
C2
C2
B1
C2
C1
B1
B4
B4
B5
A4
A1
B3
B4
C5
C5
B5
B5
B5
C5
C5
C5
C5
C5
B5
A3
A2
A3
A2
A3
A3
A2
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A3
A3
A3
Part
No.
R439
R440
R441
R442
R443
R452
R453
R454
R508
R509
R513
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R526
R527
R528
R529
R530
R532
R533
R535
R536
R538
R542
R545
R546
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
R614
R615
R616
R617
R630
R631
R633
R634
R635
R701
R901
R902
R905
Location
A3
A2
A2
A3
A3
A3
A3
A2
B2
A2
A1
A2
A1
A1
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
B2
A2
B2
A3
A2
A3
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C2
C1
C1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C1
B2
A5
B5
B5
B5
Part
No.
R906
R907
R909
R912
R919
R921
R924
RM613
RM901
RM902
RM903
Location
B5
B5
B5
A5
A5
A5
A5
C1
A5
B5
B5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6-4. Output PC Board
A
The parts location list shows ex.
A1/B1= top side/bottom side.
Part
No.
B
C
Fig. 3-6-8 EU05 Output PC Board (Top side)
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-6-9 EU05 Output PC Board (Bottom side)
CNX01
CNY01
CNY02
CX01
CX02
CX03
CX04
CX05
CX06
CX07
CX08
CX09
CX10
CX11
CX12
CX13
CX14
CX15
CX16
CX17
CX18
CX19
CX20
CX21
CX22
CX23
CX24
CX25
CX26
CX27
CX28
CX29
CX30
CX31
CX32
CX33
CY01
CY02
CY03
CY04
CY05
CY06
CY07
CY08
CY09
CY10
CY11
CY12
CY14
CY15
CY16
Location
C4/ –
C3/ –
C2/ –
C4/ –
– /E4
C3/ –
C3/ –
C4/ –
C4/ –
– /F3
C4/ –
– /E3
C3/ –
C4/ –
C4/ –
C4/ –
C3/ –
– /F4
C4/ –
– /F4
B4/ –
– /F3
B3/ –
B3/ –
B4/ –
B4/ –
B4/ –
– /G4
– /G3
– /G4
– /F3
– /F3
– /E3
– /E3
– /E4
– /F4
C2/ –
B2/ –
C2/ –
B2/ –
C2/ –
B2/ –
C3/ –
B3/ –
B3/ –
B2/ –
C3/ –
– /E2
– /F2
B2/ –
– /F2
Part
No.
CY17
CY18
CY19
CY20
CY21
CY22
DX01
DX02
DX03
DX04
DX05
DY01
FLY01
ICX01
ICX02
ICY01
ICY02
ICY03
JPY01
JPY01.
JX01
JX02
LX01
LY01
QY01
QY02
QY03
QY04
QY05
QY06
QY07
QY08
QY09
QY10
QY11
QY12
RJ01
RJ02
RJ03
RJ04
RJ05
RJ06
RJ07
RJ08
RJ09
RJ10
RJ11
RJ12
RJ13
RJ14
RJ15
Location
– /F2
– /F2
C1/F2
C2/ –
C2/ –
C3/ –
– /F4
– /F4
– /F3
– /F4
– /F3
– /F3
B2/ –
– /F4
– /F4
– /E2
– /F2
B2/ –
B2/ –
B2/ –
B2/ –
B4/ –
– /F4
– /F1
– /F2
– /F3
– /F3
– /F3
– /E3
– /E3
– /E2
– /E3
– /F2
– /E2
– /F2
– /F3
– /F2
– /E2
– /E3
– /F3
– /F3
– /F3
– /F2
– /F2
– /F4
– /F4
– /F4
– /F4
– /F4
– /F4
– /F3
Part
No.
Location
Part
No.
Location
RJ16
RJ17
RJ18
RJ19
RJ20
RJ21
RJ22
RJ23
RJ24
RJ25
RJ26
RJ27
RJ28
RJ29
RJ30
RJ31
RJ32
RJ33
RJ34
RJ35
RJ36
RJ37
RJ38
RJ39
RJ40
RJ41
RJ42
RJ43
RJ44
RJ45
RJ46
RJ47
RJ48
RJ49
RX01
RX02
RX03
RX04
RX05
RX06
RX07
RX08
RX09
RX10
RX11
RX12
RX13
RX14
RX15
RX16
RX17
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
RX18
RX19
RX20
RX21
RX22
RX23
RX24
RX25
RX26
RX27
RX28
RX29
RX30
RX31
RX32
RX33
RX34
RX35
RY01
RY02
RY03
RY04
RY05
RY06
RY07
RY08
RY09
RY10
RY11
RY12
RY13
RY14
RY15
RY16
RY17
RY18
RY19
RY20
RY21
RY22
RY23
RY24
RY25
RY26
RY27
RY28
RY29
RY31
RY32
RY33
RY34
RY35
RY36
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
/F3
/F4
/F3
/F3
/F4
/F4
/F4
/F4
/F4
/E4
/E4
/F4
/F4
/E3
/E3
/F3
/F2
/F2
/E2
/E3
/F3
/F2
/G2
/G2
/F2
/F2
/E3
/E2
/F2
/F2
/F3
/F3
/F3
/F3
/E4
/F3
/E4
/E3
/F3
/E4
/E4
/E4
/G3
/G4
/F3
/G4
/F3
/G3
/G3
/G2
/G4
/G4
/F4
/F4
/G4
/G4
/F4
/E3
/E3
/G3
/G4
/F4
/G2
/G3
/F4
/F3
/G4
/F3
/F3
/E2
/F2
/E2
/F2
/E2
/F2
/F2
/F3
/F2
/F3
/F2
/F3
/F2
/F3
/F3
/F2
/F2
/F2
/F2
/F2
/F2
/E3
/E2
/F2
/E2
/F3
/E2
/F2
/E3
/F2
/F3
/F3
/E3
/E3
/F3
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
6-5. Front Display PC Board
A
The parts location list shows ex.
A1/B1= top side/bottom side.
Part
No.
B
C
Fig. 3-6-10 EU03 Front Display PC Board (Top Side)
D
E
F
G
Fig. 3-6-11 EU03 Front Display PC Board (Bottom Side)
A101
C101
C102
C103
C104
CN101
CN102
D101
D102
FG101
FG102
IC101
L101
MT101
Q101
R101
R102
R103
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
R110
R111
R112
R113
R114
R115
R119
R120
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R128
R129
R130
R131
R135
S101
S102
S103
S104
S105
S106
SP101
X101
Location
C5/–
B6/–
–/E7
–/E2
C1/–
C8/–
C1/–
–/E8
–/E8
C9/–
C1/–
–/E6
–/E2
C2/–
–/E6
–/D8
–/D8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E8
–/E2
–/E2
–/E2
–/E8
–/E7
–/E7
–/E7
–/E7
–/E7
–/E7
–/E7
–/E6
–/E5
–/E5
–/E5
–/E7
–/E8
B8/–
C6/–
B7/–
B8/–
C7/–
C7/–
C8/–
B7/–
SECTION 4
PARTS LIST
SAFETY PRECAUTION
The parts identified by ! ( ) mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
The mounting position of replacement is to be identical with originals.
The substitute replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create
shock, fire or other hazards.
NOTICE
The part number must be used when ordering parts in order to assist in processing, be sure to include the model number and
description.
ABBREVIATIONS
1. Integrated Circuit (IC)
2. Capacitor (Cap)
• Capacitance Tolerance (for Nominal Capacitance more than 10pF)
Table 4-2-1
Symbol
B
C
D
F
G
J
K
M
N
Tolerance %
± 0.1
± 0.25
± 0.5
±1
±2
±5
± 10
± 20
± 30
Symbol
P
Q
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Tolerance %
+ 100
0
+ 30
– 10
+ 50
– 10
+ 75
– 10
+ 20
– 10
+ 100
– 10
+ 40
– 20
+ 150
– 10
+ 80
– 20
Ex. 10MF J = 10µF ± 5%
• Capacitance Tolerance (for Nominal Capacitance 10pF or less)
Table 4-2-2
Symbol
B
C
D
F
G
Tolerance pF
± 0.1
± 0.25
± 0.5
±1
±2
Ex. 10pF G = 10pF ± 2pF
3. Resistor (Res)
• Resistance tolerance
Table 4-3-1
B
C
D
F
G
J
K
M
Tolerance %
± 0.1
± 0.25
± 0.5
±1
±2
±5
± 10
± 20
Ex. 470ohmJ = 470ohm± 5%
SECTION 4
PARTS LIST
Symbol
4. EXPLODED VIEWS
4-1. Packing Assembly
ZF23
ZF10
ZF11
ZF20
ZF01
ZF17
ZF30
ZK09
ZK04
ZK03
ZK01
ZK02
ZF17
Fig. 4-4-1
4-2. Chassis Assembly
ZG60
BID 3.0x6.0
ZG60
BID 3.0x6.0
ZG20
ZG63
ZG60
BID 3.0x6.0
EU02
ZG67
W901
W503
ZG64
W301
EU01
W501
W502
ZG74
ZG21
ZG71
ZG60
EU05
EU04
ZG71
ZG68
W102
ZG22
EU03
ZG69
ZG26
ZG70
ZG03
ZG01
W603
Fig. 4-4-2
4-3. Mechanism Assembly
MC61
BID 2.6x8.0
MP01
MP60
PAN 1.7x4.0
MP16
MP91
MC04
MP61
MP92
PAN 2.6x15
MP37
MC03
MP65
PAN 1.7x3
MP37
MP36
MC12
MC63
BID 2.6x3.5
MC11
MC14
MP36
MC33
FM01
EU05
MC65
MC10
BID 2.6x3.5
ZG63
MC01
RM01
W6.2P0.2D12
W6.2P0.2D12
MC02
MP02
Fig. 4-4-3
5. PARTS LIST
LOCATION PART
NUMBER
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
- MECHANICAL PARTS -
!
!
!
!
FM01
MC01
MC14
MP01
MP16
MP36
MP37
MP60
MP61
MP65
MP91
MP92
RM01
W102
W301
W501
W502
W503
W603
W901
ZF01
ZF10
ZF11
ZF11
ZF17
ZF17
ZF20
ZF23
ZF26
ZF30
ZG01
ZG03
ZG20
ZG21
ZG26
ZG60
ZG63
ZG64
ZG67
ZG68
ZG69
ZG70
ZG71
ZG74
ZK01
ZK02
ZK03
ZK04
ZK09
ZZ01
79070421
79070416
79070428
79070415
79070422
79070458
79070458
79070020
79079005
79079038
79070419
79070420
79070427
79080145
79080226
79080191
79080192
79080193
79080190
79080227
79078043
79077069
79077074
79077070
79070272
79070406
79070037
79088007
79070405
79070042
79071108
79071109
79073055
79073057
79073038
79079008
79079010
79079028
79079009
79079036
79079036
79079008
79079007
79079009
79075092
79075093
79075094
79070033
79075095
79070274
79080074
Motor Assy,Feed
Chassis Assy,Mechanism
Belt,Loading
Mechanism Assy,pickup
Gear
Rubber,Dumper Kit
Rubber,Dumper Kit
Screw
1.7x4.0mm
Screw
TZPAN2.6x15
PAN1.7x3
Gear Assy,Kit B
Gear Assy,Rack
Motor Assy,Loading
Cable,Flexible
FFC,4P,L120
Cable,Flexible
FFC,14P,L70
Cable,Flexible
FFC,18P,L297
Cable,Flexible
FFC,6P,L110
Cable,Flexible
FFC,8P,L85
Cable,Flexible
FFC,13P,L150
Cable,Flexible
FFC,7P,L70
Remote Control Unit
Owners Manual
English
Owners Manual
Spanish
Owners Manual
French
Warranty Card
USA
Warranty Card
Canada
Cable,AV
Power Cord
Envelope
Canada
Bag,Polyethylene
Front Panel
Panel,Tray
Cover,Top
Label,Rating
Foot Assy
Front
Screw
STITE3.0x6
Screw
ZPAN3.0x8
Screw
Screw
ZPAN3.0x6
Screw
PTITE2.6x10
Screw
PTITE2.6x10
Screw
STITE3.0x6
Screw
PTITE3.0x6
Screw
ZPAN3.0x6
Case
Packing,R
Packing,L
Bag,Polyethylene
Sleeve,Protect
Test Disc
DVDZ-9044
Kit,Data Update
LOCATION PART
NUMBER
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION PART
NUMBER
NUMBER
- ELECTRICAL PARTS -
! EU02
79085042
! Q801
Q821
Q826
Q827
79040221
79040146
79040222
79040223
! Q802
Q822
Q823
Q824
Q825
79050041
79050076
79050005
79050077
79050076
!
!
!
!
!
D802
D803
D804
D805
D806
D807
D808
D821
D822
D823
D824
D825
D826
D828
D830
D831
D832
D833
D834
79060016
79060016
79060016
79060016
79060009
79060013
79060015
79060010
79060010
79060008
79060013
79060013
79060013
79060012
79060012
79060007
79060034
79060005
79060034
L801
L821
79010024
79010024
C801
C802
C803
C804
C805
C806
C807
C808
C809
C810
C811
C812
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C826
C828
C829
C830
C831
C832
C833
C835
C836
C839
79020189
79020190
79020190
79020189
79020106
79020016
79020191
79020192
79020067
79020078
79020193
79020069
79020019
79020019
79020020
79020077
79020002
79020077
79020021
79020007
79020069
79020043
79020067
79020067
79020069
79020069
79020001
! R801
! R802
R803
! R804
! R808
R809
R810
R811
R812
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
79030022
79030055
79030045
79030025
79030011
79030032
79030033
79030118
79030118
79030005
79030035
79030004
79030044
79030041
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
PC Board Assy
Power
- INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC
STR-G6551LF1105
IC
TA76431S
IC
SI-3050CALF1101
IC
SI-3033CALF1101
- TRANSISTORS Photo Coupler
TLP621(GR)
Transistor
2SA1585STP-Q
Transistor
2SC2236-Y
Transistor
2SC1740STP-Q
Transistor
2SA1585STP-Q
- DIODES Diode
ERA15-06
Diode
ERA15-06
Diode
ERA15-06
Diode
ERA15-06
Diode
RU-1P
Diode
AG01
Diode
1SS133
Diode
RK46
Diode
RK46
Diode
RU2YX
Diode
AG01
Diode
AG01
Diode
AG01
Diode
ERA15-02
Diode
ERA15-02
Diode,Zener
UZ3.0BSB
Diode,Zener
MTZJT-77-10B
Diode,Zener
UZ11BSB
Diode,Zener
MTZJT-77-10B
- COILS Coil,Choke
ZBF253D00
Coil,Choke
ZBF253D00
- CAPACITORS Cap,Ceramic
1000pF
M 250V
Cap,Ceramic
100pF
M 250V
Cap,Ceramic
100pF
M 250V
Cap,Ceramic
1000pF
M 250V
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
M 200V
Cap,Film
0.033MF
J 630V
Cap,Ceramic
150pF
K 1kV
Cap,Ceramic
47pF
J 2kV
Cap,Electrolytic
27MF
M 35V
Cap,Ceramic
470pF
K 50V
Cap,Ceramic
220pF
K 250V
Cap,Film
0.1MF
J 50V
Cap,Electrolytic
1200MF
M 10V
Cap,Electrolytic
1200MF
M 10V
Cap,Electrolytic
820MF
M 16V
Cap,Electrolytic
220MF
M 25V
Cap,Electrolytic
22MF
M 100V
Cap,Electrolytic
220MF
M 25V
Cap,Film
0.22MF
J 50V
Cap,Electrolytic
22MF
M 50V
Cap,Film
0.1MF
J 50V
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
M 16V
Cap,Electrolytic
27MF
M 35V
Cap,Electrolytic
27MF
M 35V
Cap,Film
0.1MF
J 50V
Cap,Film
0.1MF
J 50V
Cap,Electrolytic
22MF
M 16V
- RESISTORS Res,Composition
3.3Mohm
J 1/2W
Res,Oxide Metal
1Mohm
J 1/2W
Res,Oxide Metal
56kohm
J 2W
Res,Oxide Metal
82kohm
J 2W
Res,Oxide Metal
0.47ohm
J 1W
Res,Carbon
680ohm
J 1/6W
Res,Carbon
3.3kohm
J 1/6W
Res,Carbon
56ohm
J 1/4W
Res,Carbon
56ohm
J 1/4W
Res,Carbon
150ohm
J 1/6W
Res,Carbon
2.7kohm
J 1/6W
Res,Carbon
1kohm
J 1/6W
Res,Carbon
2.7kohm
G 1/4W
Res,Carbon
2kohm
G 1/4W
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
R831
R832
R833
R836
R837
R841
79030002
79030033
79030053
79030004
79030004
79030006
79030006
79030119
79030002
79030033
79030002
F801
F821
F822
F823
P802
RF823
T801
T802
79087002
79070061
79070054
79070054
79089023
79030015
79010025
79010026
EU03
79081023
IC101
79040160
Q101
79050002
D101
D102
79060022
79060022
A101
MT101
S101
S102
S103
S104
S105
S106
X101
79089034
79080140
79089020
79089020
79089020
79089020
79089020
79089020
79070006
EU04
79081024
Q141
79050001
D141
79060035
S141
79089020
EU01
79083047
IC202
IC301
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC401
IC402
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC601
IC602
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC606
IC607
IC609
IC610
IC901
IC902
IC903
IC904
IC905
IC906
79040154
79040122
79040063
79040096
79040063
79040224
79040148
79040006
79040225
79040150
79040066
79040226
79040007
79040041
79040230
79040148
79040153
79040007
79040007
79040087
79040087
79040102
79040227
79040006
79040006
79040228
Q301
Q302
Q401
Q501
Q601
79050078
79050078
79050014
79050015
79050031
DESCRIPTION
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
Res,Oxide Metal
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
Res,Oxide Metal
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
Res,Carbon
- MISCELLANEOUS Fuse
Protector
Protector
Protector
Jack
Res,Fusible
Line Filter
Power Transformer
10kohm
3.3kohm
560ohm
1kohm
1kohm
100ohm
100ohm
680ohm
10kohm
3.3kohm
10kohm
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
1/6W
1/6W
1W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/2W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1.6A,250V
125V,3.0A
125V,3.5A
125V,3.5A
AC Inlet
2.2ohm
J 1/4W
183Y0R5
SRW3020ED5-210
PC Board Assy
Front
- INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC
TMP87CH70BF-1A07
- TRANSISTORS Transistor,Chip
RN1421
- DIODES Diode,Chip
1SS368
Diode,Chip
1SS368
- MISCELLANEOUS Display,FL
13-ST-42GNK
Module,RMT
GP1U261X
Switch
Push
Switch
Push
Switch
Push
Switch
Push
Switch
Push
Switch
Push
Oscillator,Ceramic 8MHz
PC Board Assy
- TRANSISTORS Transistor,Chip
- DIODES Diode,LED
- MISCELLANEOUS Switch
Power Switch
RN2402
Push
PC Board Assy
Main
- INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC
TC203G08AF-0103Z
IC
MD36710X
IC
HY57V16160ATC-10
IC
ADV7170KS
IC
HY57V16160ATC-10
IC
TC9489F
IC
V53C16128HK-30
IC
TC7S04F
IC
TC1313F
IC
KA3032
IC
UPC29L33T
IC
S-24C01BFJ-TB-0
IC
TC7S08F
IC
PST591-IDT
IC
TMP94CS40AF-1A73
IC
V53C16128HK-30
IC
MBM29F800BA55TN
IC
TC7S08F
IC
TC7S08F
IC
TC7W241FU
IC
TC7W241FU
IC
NJM2370U05
IC
PLL1700E-T
IC
TC7S04F
IC
TC7S04F
IC
PLL1716E-T
- TRANSISTORS Transistor,Chip
DTC114EKA-T
Transistor,Chip
DTC114EKA-T
Transistor,Chip
HN1C03F
Transistor,Chip
HN1B01F
Transistor,Chip
DTA114EKA
LOCATION PART
NUMBER
NUMBER
Q602
79050031
X401
X601
X901
79089021
79089022
79089003
EU05
79085043
ICX01
ICX02
ICY01
ICY02
79040229
79040229
79040044
79040074
QY01
QY02
QY03
QY04
QY05
QY06
QY12
79050014
79050014
79050001
79050001
79050012
79050001
79050016
DX01
DX02
DX03
DX04
DX05
DY01
79060028
79060028
79060028
79060028
79060028
79060022
CX01
CX03
CX04
CX05
CX06
CX08
CX10
CX11
CX12
CX13
CX14
CX16
CX18
CX20
CX21
CX22
CX23
CX24
CY01
CY02
CY03
CY04
CY05
CY06
CY07
CY08
CY09
CY10
CY11
CY15
CY19
CY20
CY21
CY22
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020109
79020099
79020099
79020110
79020110
79020110
79020100
79020100
79020097
79020097
79020096
79020096
79020104
79020104
79020098
79020098
79020099
79020109
79020103
79020103
79020103
79020109
JX01
79089094
LOCATION PART
NUMBER
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
Transistor,Chip
- MISCELLANEOUS Oscillator,Ceramic
Oscillator,Ceramic
Oscillator
DTA114EKA
22.58MHz
9.00MHz
SMD49,27MHz
PC Board Assy
Output
- INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC
LA7106M-TLM
IC
LA7106M-TLM
IC
NJM4580E
IC
TC74HCU04AF
- TRANSISTORS Transistor,Chip
HN1C03F
Transistor,Chip
HN1C03F
Transistor,Chip
RN2402
Transistor,Chip
RN2402
Transistor,Chip
RN4601
Transistor,Chip
RN2402
Transistor,Chip
2SC2712
- DIODES Diode,Chip
1SS226
Diode,Chip
1SS226
Diode,Chip
1SS226
Diode,Chip
1SS226
Diode,Chip
1SS226
Diode,Chip
1SS368
- CAPACITORS Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
1000MF
Cap,Electrolytic
1000MF
Cap,Electrolytic
1000MF
Cap,Electrolytic
47MF
Cap,Electrolytic
47MF
Cap,Film
1200pF
Cap,Film
1200pF
Cap,Film
150pF
Cap,Film
150pF
Cap,Electrolytic
47MF
Cap,Electrolytic
47MF
Cap,Film
4700pF
Cap,Film
4700pF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
470MF
Cap,Electrolytic
100MF
- MISCELLANEOUS Plate,Jack
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
J
J
J
J
M
M
J
J
M
M
M
M
M
M
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
6.3V
6.3V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
10V
10V
50V
50V
6.3V
10V
16V
16V
16V
10V
DESCRIPTION
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