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DVD PLAYER
XD-DV370
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
8A-AV4-906-11
000731BMK-Y-L
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PREPARAT I ON
WARNING
(FOR USE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM)
This appliance is supplied with a fitted three pin mains plug.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in the plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced, use a 13 amp fuse
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362. When replacing the
fuse, you must ensure that any removable fuse covers are
correctly refitted.
If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your
nearest AIWA dealer.
Do not cut off the plug from this appliance
If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your
home, or the cable is too short to reach a power point,
obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or
adaptor. If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
If the plug is cut off, remove the fuse and dispose of the
plug immediately.
There is a danger of severe electrical shock
if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp
socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted please ensure it contains a 13
amp fuse, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5
amp fuse at the distribution board.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
BLUE
— NEUTRAL
BROWN — LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the colour markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
“CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.”
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
This DVD player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER
product.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the
exterior.
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1
CAUTION!
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to
the terminal which is marked by the letter N or coloured
BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to
the terminal which is marked by the letter L or coloured
RED.
DO NOT connect either the BLUE or BROWN wire of the
mains lead to the earth terminal (marked with the letter E
or by the earth symbol 2 or coloured GREEN or GREEN/
YELLOW) of a three pin plug.
LASER PRODUCT
LASER PRODUKT
LASER LAITE
LASER APPARAT
Invisible laser radiation when open and
inter locks defeated. Avoid exposure
to beam.
ADVARSEL!
Usynlig laserståling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydereer
ude al funktion. Undgå udsættelse for stråling.
VAROITUS!
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohjeessaa
mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän
tur vallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle
lasersäteiylle.
VARNING!
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna
bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren utsätta
för osnylig laser-strålning, som överskrider gränsen för
laserklass 1.
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Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely
before operating the unit. Be sure to keep the Operating
Instructions for future reference. All warnings and cautions
in the Operating Instructions and on the unit should be
strictly followed, as well as the safety suggestions below.
Installation
1 Water and moisture — Do not use this unit near water,
such as near a bathtub, sink, swimming pool, or the
like.
2 Heat — Do not use this unit near sources of heat,
including heating vents, stoves, or other appliances that
generate heat. This unit should not be placed in
temperatures less than 5˚C (41˚F) or greater than 35˚C
(95˚F).
3 Mounting place — Place the unit:
- on a flat , even surface
- away from strong magnetic fields
- at least one metre away from any radios or receivers
Do not place heavy objects on the unit.
4 Ventilation — The unit should be situated with adequate
space around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured.
Allow a clearance of 10 cm (4 in.) from the rear and the
top of the unit, and 5 cm (2 in.) from each side.
- Do not place the unit on a bed, rug, or similar surface
that may block the ventilation openings.
- Do not install the unit in a bookcase, cabinet, or airtight
rack where ventilation may be impeded.
- To avoid internal heat build-up, do not cover
the ventilation openings on the rear panel.
5 Foreign objects and liquid — Be careful that foreign
objects or liquid do not enter the unit through the
ventilation openings.
6 Carts and stands — The unit should be moved with
care when placed or mounted on a stand or cart.
Sudden stops, excessive force, or an uneven surface
may cause the unit or cart to fall over.
7 Condensation — Moisture may form on the pickup lens
when:
- This unit is moved from a cold spot to a warm spot
- A heating system has just been turned on
- The unit is used in a very humid room
- The unit is cooled by an air conditioner
When this unit has condensation inside, it may not
function normally. Should this occur, leave the unit
for a few hours, then try to operate again.
Electric power
1 Power sources — Connect this unit only to power
sources specified in the Operating Instructions, and as
marked on the unit.
2 AC power cord
- When disconnecting the mains lead, pull it out by the
mains plug. Do not pull the mains lead itself.
- Never handle the mains plug with wet hands, as this
could result in fire or electrical shock.
- Mains lead should be firmly secured to avoid being
severely bent, pinched, or walked upon. Pay particular
attention to the mains lead from the unit to the mains.
- Avoid overloading mains plugs and extension leads
beyond their capacity, as this could result in fire or
electrical shock.
3 When not in use — Unplug the mains lead from the
mains if the unit will not be used for several months or
more. When the mains lead is plugged in, a small
electrical current continues to flow into the unit, even if
the power is turned off.
4 In case of lightning — Immediately disconnect the
mains lead from the mains.
Maintenance
Clean the unit only as recommended in the Operating
Instructions.
Damage requiring service
Have this unit serviced by a qualified service technician if:
- The mains lead or plug has been damaged
- A foreign object or liquid has entered the unit
- The unit has been exposed to rain or water
- The unit does not seem to operate normally
- The unit exhibits a marked change in performance
- The unit has been dropped, or the cabinet has been
damaged
DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET AND ATTEMPT TO
SERVICE THE UNIT YOURSELF.
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INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Precautions ............................................................... 2
Before Use ................................................................. 5
Supported disc formats .................................... 5
Disc-related terms .............................................. 5
Types of video CDs ............................................ 5
Handling the unit ................................................ 6
Handling discs .................................................... 6
Cleaning the unit ................................................ 6
Cleaning discs .................................................... 6
Storing discs ...................................................... 6
Notes on copyright ............................................ 6
Parts and Controls ................................................... 7
Front panel .......................................................... 7
Remote control ................................................... 8
Display window .................................................. 9
Preparations
Connections ............................................................ 10
A Connecting to a TV set only ....................... 11
B Connecting to a TV set and an amplifier
with a Digital In jack .............................. 12
C Connecting to a TV set and an audio
system ..................................................... 13
D Connecting to an AV amplifier equipped
with a Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoder .... 14
E Connecting to an AV amplifier equipped with
a DTS decoder ......................................... 15
F Connecting to a TV set and an AV amplifier
with the Dolby Pro Logic Surround
system ..................................................... 16
Connecting to a TV set equipped with S-video
jack .............................................................. 17
Connecting to a TV set or monitor with video
input connector .......................................... 18
Remote control ....................................................... 19
Basic Operations
Playback .................................................................. 20
Still (Pause) ....................................................... 21
Frame Advance (DVD/VCD) ............................. 21
Stopping playback ........................................... 21
Fast Forward, Reverse ..................................... 22
Slow Playback (DVD/VCD) ............................... 22
Skipping ............................................................ 22
On Screen Display (OSD) menu ..................... 23
Detailed description of each OSD menu ....... 24
More Features
Search ...................................................................... 25
Title search (DVD)/Track search (VCD without
PBC/CD) ...................................................... 25
Chapter search (DVD) ...................................... 26
Time search (DVD) ........................................... 26
Mark Search (DVD) ........................................... 27
Zooming and changing the angle ......................... 28
Zoom function (DVD) ....................................... 28
Changing the angle (DVD) ............................... 28
Random and repeat playback ............................... 29
Random playback (Karaoke DVD/CD) ............ 29
Repeat playback (DVD) .................................... 29
Repeat playback (VCD without PBC/CD) ...... 30
Repeating a portion between two specified
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points (A-B Repeat) ................................... 30
Programmed playback ........................................... 31
Creating a 3D surround effect .............................. 32
Changing the audio track ...................................... 33
Changing audio tracks (DVD) ......................... 33
Changing audio tracks (VCD/CD) ................... 33
Displaying and changing subtitles ....................... 34
Playing back an MP3 disc ..................................... 35
Notes on MP3 disc ........................................... 35
Tips on recording MP3 .................................... 35
Glossary ............................................................ 35
Playing back with MP3 .................................... 36
Programmed playback with MP3 .................... 37
Repeat playback with MP3 .............................. 38
As Necessary
Changing setup values .......................................... 39
Basic operations .............................................. 39
Disc Audio ......................................................... 40
Disc Subtitle ..................................................... 41
Disc Menu ......................................................... 41
Rating ................................................................ 41
Password ........................................................... 42
TV Aspect .......................................................... 43
Menu Language ................................................ 44
TV Output Select .............................................. 45
Others (Pseudo PAL/PBC) .............................. 45
Digital Audio Output ........................................ 46
Language codes ............................................... 47
Troubleshooting ..................................................... 48
Specifications ......................................................... 49
Features
DVD: providing a completely new dimension in video
entertainment.
• With the multi-language function* you can select an
audio soundtrack in up to 8 languages, and subtitles in
up to 32 languages.
• With the multi-angle function* you can select a viewing
angle of scenes shot from multiple camera angles and
recorded on the disc.
• With the parental lock function* you can prevent
playback of specified discs unsuitable for certain
audiences.
* All of the above functions are dependent on the DVD
software.
High quality digital audio and images
• The linear PCM sound of a 96 kHz/24 bit creates audio
quality superior to that of audio CDs.
• Compatible with video CDs and audio CDs as well
as DVDs
• MP3 playback
Accessory checklist
Remote control (1)
Audio cord (1)
Video cord (1)
Operating Instructions
BEFORE USE
Supported disc formats
This DVD player can play discs with the following marks
only.
DVDs
(8 cm disc/12 cm disc)
Video CDs (VCDs)
(8 cm disc/12 cm disc)
Audio CDs
(8 cm disc/12 cm disc)
In addition, this unit can play back a CD-R or CD-RW that
contains audio titles or MP3 files.
NOTES
• Depending on the condition of the recording equipment
or the CD-R/RW disc itself, some CD-R/RW discs can
not be played on this unit.
• The unit can not play back the CD-R/RW discs
that contain no data or different kinds of formatted
data other than MP3.
For more information about MP3, see page 35.
• Do not attach any seal or label to either side (the labeled
side or the recorded side) of a disc.
• Do not use irregular shape CDs (example: heart-shaped,
octagonal ones). It may result in malfunctions.
Notes on colour system
Although this unit is designed for the PAL,NTSC and Multi
colour system, the default setting sets to the PAL colour
system. When connecting to a TV set which is NTSC or
Multi colour system, you need to change the TV SYSTEM
SELECT switch(see page 10).
Note on DTS-encoded CDs
When playing DTS-encoded CDs, excessive noise will be
exhibited from the analogue stereo outputs. To avoid possible
damage to the audio system, the consumer should turn down
the volume before playing back such a disc, adjust the volume
gradually, and keep the volume level low. To enjoy DTS Digital
SurroundTM playback, an external 5.1 channel DTS Digital
SurroundTM decoder system must be conneted to the digital
output of this unit.
Disc-related terms
Title (DVD only)
The longest section of a picture or a musical piece on a DVD;
a movie for a picture piece on video software, or an album for
a musical piece on audio software. Each title is assigned a
title number enabling you to locate the title you want.
Chapter (DVD only)
Sections of a picture or a musical piece that are smaller
than titles.
A title is composed of several chapters. Each chapter is
assigned a chapter number, enabling you to locate the
chapter you want. Depending on the disc, there may be no
chapters recorded.
Track (Video CD and audio CD only)
Sections of a picture or a musical piece on a video CD or
an audio CD. Each track is assigned a track number,
enabling you to locate the track you want.
Scene
On a video CD with PBC (playback control) functions,
moving pictures and still pictures are divided into sections
called “Scenes”. Each scene is displayed in the menu
screen and assigned a scene number, enabling you to
locate the scene you want.
A scene is composed of one or several tracks.
Types of video CDs
Notes on DVDs and video CDs
Some playback operations of DVDs and video CDs may
be intentionally fixed by software manufacturers. As this
player plays DVDs and video CDs according to disc
contents designed by the software manufacturer, some
playback features of this player may not be available, or
other functions may be added.
Also refer to the instructions supplied with the DVDs and
video CDs.
Some DVDs made for business purposes may not be
played on this player.
Region code of the DVD player and DVDs
There are two types of video CD (VCD)s.
Video CDs equipped with PBC (Version 2.0)
PBC (playback control) allows you to interact with the
system via menus, search functions or other typical
computer-like operations. Moreover, still pictures of high
resolution can be played, if they are included in the disc.
Video CDs not equipped with PBC (Version 1.1)
Operated in the same way as audio CDs, these discs allow
playback of video pictures as well as sound, but they are
not equipped with PBC.
This DVD player is designed and manufactured for playback
of region “2” encoded DVD software. Region code labels
appear on the labels of some DVD discs to indicate which
type of player can play those discs. Unless “2” is included
in these labels, or “ALL” appears on the DVD disc labels,
those discs cannot be played on this player. If you try to
play these discs, the message “Check Regional Code” will
appear on the TV screen. Some DVD discs may not have a
region code label even though their playback is prohibited
by area limits.
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INTRODUCTION
Please read the following before operating the DVD player.
BEFORE USE (CONTINUED)
Handling the unit
When shipping the DVD player
The original shipping carton and packing materials come
in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it
was originally packed at the factory.
Cleaning discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor picture
quality and sound distortion. Before playing, clean the disc
with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.
When setting the DVD player
The picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR or radio may
be distorted during DVD playback. In this case, position
the player away from the TV, radio or VCR, or turn off the
player after removing the disc.
To keep the surface clean
Do not use volatile liquids, such as insecticide spray, near
the player. Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact
with the player for a long period of time. They will leave
marks on the surface.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzene,
thinner, commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray
intended for analogue records.
Storing discs
Handling discs
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Hold the disc by the edges so that fingerprints will not get
on the surface.
Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
Cleaning the unit
To clean the cabinet
Use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty,
use a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution. Do not use strong solvents, such as alcohol,
benzene or thinner, as these might damage the surface of
the player.
To obtain a clear picture
The DVD player is a high-tech, precision device. If the
optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty or worn
down, the picture quality will be poor.
Regular inspection and maintenance are recommended
after every 1,000 hours of use. (This depends on the
operating environment.)
For details, please contact your Aiwa dealer.
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After playing, store the disc in its case.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat,
or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct sunlight, as
there may be a considerable temperature increase inside
the car.
Notes on copyright
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast
via cable, play in public, or rent copyright material without
permission.
This product features the copy protection function
developed by Macrovision. Copy protection signals are
recorded on some discs. When recording and playing the
pictures of these discs on a VCR, the picture noise will
appear.
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 Cor poration. Reverse engineer ing or
disassembly is prohibited.
PARTS AND CONTROLS
The instructions in this manual refer mainly to the buttons on the remote control. Buttons on the main unit with the same
names as those on the remote control can be used as well.
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3
4
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Front panel
7
9
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1 POWER button
9 g/t button
Press to turn on and off the unit.
2 6STANBY/ON indicator
• Lights in red when the unit is in standby mode.
• Lights in green when the unit is turned on.
3 Disc tray
Loading and removing discs.
4 z OPEN/CLOSE button
Press to open and close the disc tray.
5 PLAY C button
Press to begin playback.
6 STOP s button
Press to stop playing back a disc.
7 ENTER button
Press to execute or fix the selected item on the disc
menus.
8 i/ k/ j/ l cursor buttons
Press to select an item.
Press to skip to the next track. Hold down to playback a
disc forward.
0 MENU button
Press to display the DVD menu on the TV screen.
! a button
Press to pause playback.
@ r/f button
Press to return to the beginning of the current track or
skip back to the previous track. Hold down to play back
a disc in reverse.
# Display window
Displays the information of the unit's status.
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PARTS AND CONTROLS (CONTINUED)
Remote control
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9
8
7
6
5
4
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0 OPEN/CLOSE button
#
! MARK SEARCH button
$
Press to display the marked point on the TV screen
during playback or stop mode.
@ ZOOM button
Press to enlarge the picture during a DVD playback.
# REPEAT button
Press to execute a repeat playback.
$ SURROUND button
Press to turn on and off the 3D surround effect.
% A-B button
Press to memorize the point you want to repeat.
button
^ ANGLE
Press to change the picture angle during a DVD
playback.
& AUDIO SELECT button
Press to select the sound tracks on the DVD, Video CD
or audio CD.
* SUBTITLE SELECT button
Press to change the subtitle language during a
DVD playback.
( RANDOM button
Press to execute a random playback.
) PROGRAM button
Press to execute a programmed playback.
- MENU button
Press to display the menu programs on the DVD.
= F.SLOW button
Press to execute a forward slow playback when
playing back a DVD or Video CD.
[ B.SLOW button
Press to execute a backward slow playback when
playing back a DVD.
]SETUP button
Press to display the setup menu on the TV screen.
\ gbutton
Hold down to play back a disc forward.
; fbutton
Hold down to play back a disc in reverse.
' tbutton
Press to skip to the next track.
, cbutton
Press to begin a playback.
. sbutton
Press to stop playing back a disc.
/ rbutton
Press to return to the beginning of the current track or
skip back to the previous track.
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1 POWER button
Press to turn on and off the unit.
2 ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF button
Press to display the On Screen Display information.
3 a button
Press to pause a playback.
4v RETURN button
• Press to display the title menu on the video CD that
supports PBC (Playback Control).
• Press to exit the setup menu screen.
5 i/k/j/l/ENTER buttons
• Press a i/k/j/l cursor button to select a item.
• Press ENTER to execute or fix the selected item on
the disc menus.
6 TOP MENU button
Press to display the title menu on the DVD.
7 CLEAR button
• Press to clear the MARK memory.
• Press to cancel the wrong track number when
programming tracks on the disc.
8 Numbered buttons
Press to select a track or title directly.
9 MARK button
Press to mark any point in a DVD during a playback.
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Press to open and close the disc tray.
This player shows On-Screen Display messages on the screen of the TV set to which the DVD player is connected, as well
as those on the display window of the unit.
The On-Screen Display messages, which accompany each operation of the unit, make operation simple and easy especially
when playing DVDs or video CDs. They are also displayed when pressing the ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON /OFF button on
the remote control.
The instructions in this manual refer mainly to the On-Screen Display messages.
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CD DVD
TITLE
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1 Operating status indicator
Rotates when loading and playing back a disc.
2 VCD indicator
Lights when a Video CD is loaded.
3 CD indicator
Lights when a CD is loaded.
4 DVD indicator
Lights when a DVD is loaded.
5 TITLE indicator
The title number indicates the number of the title
being played during a DVD playback.
6 CHP/TRK indicator
• The chapter number indicates the number of the
chapter being played during a DVD playback.
• "PBC" is displayed and the CHP/TRK indicator
disappears when a Video CD that supports PBC is
loaded.
• The total number of tracks in stop mode and the
number of the track being played during a playback
are displayed, when a CD or Video CD that does not
support PBC is loaded.
7 PROG. indicator
Lights during a programmed playback.
8 RANDOM indicator
Lights during a random playback.
9 ALL A}B repeat indicator
• }: One track is played back repeatedly.
• ALL}: All tracks on the disc are played back
repeatedly.
• A}B: A desired portion is played back
repeatedly.
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CHP/TRK
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PROG.
8
9
RANDOM ALL
A
B
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0 Time counter
• The total playing time of a Video CD or CD is
displayed during stop mode. (The total playing time
is not displayed when a DVD or MP3 disc is loaded.)
• The elasped time of the chapter or track is displayed.
ANGLE indicator
!
Blinks when a multi-angle scene comes on during a
DVD playback.
@ MP3 indicator
Lights when an MP3 disc is loaded.
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INTRODUCTION
Display window
CONNECTIONS
At first, decide the outline of the connection among this unit, your TV set and the amplifier, etc. It is necessary to set the
setup menu of this unit according to the connection.
Before connection, identify the type of your audio equipment or of the TV set referring to the following chart. Then decide
the connection and the setup menu according to the types.
Audio system to be connected
Input jack of equipment to be
connected to the DVD player
Referring
Letter
See A.
None (only the television is connected)
Digital input jack
See B.
Analog audio input jacks (L/R)
See C.
An AV amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital
decoder or a Dolby Digital decoder
Digital input jack
See D.
Analog audio input jacks (L/R)
See F.
An AV amplifier equipped with DTS decoder
or a DTS decoder
Digital input jack
See E.
A stereo system or an amplifier
Before making connections
TV SYSTEM SELECT switch
• Connect the AC cords of the unit and external
equipment at the end, after finishing the other
connections.
• Insert the plugs completely into the jacks. Loose
connections may produce a humming sound or other
noise interference.
• When using an optical connection, remove the dust cap
from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack on the rear of
this unit. Keep the cap in store. When not using optical
connections, the dust cap should be in place.
• Refer to the instructions for the connected equipment.
This switch enables you to make use of a TV set which is
NTSC or Multi colour system. The default setting is “PAL”.
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
AUDIO
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
OUT
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
NTSC
PAL AUTO
CAUTION
Do not select “DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM or Stream/PCM” in
the “Digital Audio Output” when connecting to an AV
amplifier not equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder or DTS
decoder (with an optical or coaxial connecting cord).
Merely attempting to play a DVD may cause a high level of
noise which could be harmful to your ears and damage
the speakers. In such a case, be sure to select “PCM” in
the “Digital Audio Output”.
NOTES
• When the picture noise appears while copy-protected
DVDs are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set.
Do not connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
• For the speakers and their connection, refer to the
instructions for the AV amplifier.
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Before turning on the unit;
• Set to “PAL”, when connecting to the TV set of PAL colour
system.
• Set to “AUTO”, when connecting to the TV set of Multi
colour system.
• Set to “NTSC”, when connecting to the TV set of NTSC
colour system.
NOTE
The unit cannot playback DVDs and video CDs that are
recorded in the PAL colour system, if “NTSC” is set.
PREPARATIONS
A Connecting to a TV set only
Rear of TV set
21 pin scart connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
to 21 pin scart connector
Rear of the unit
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
AUDIO
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
OUT
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which the
unit is connected, set the “TV Aspect” of the setup menu
correctly referring to the following below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
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CONNECTIONS (CONTINUED)
B Connecting to a TV set and an amplifier with a Digital In jack
Use either the commercially available optical cord or 75 ohm coaxial cord when connecting this unit to an AV amplifier with
a Digital In jack. The supplied video cord is also available instead of the coaxial cord.
TV set
to 21 pin scart
connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
to 21 pin scart
connector
Rear of the unit
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
R
OUT
OPTICAL
to DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL jack
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
to DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL jack
or Coaxial cord
(not supplied)
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Optical cord (not supplied)
to a digital input jack
Front
speaker (L)
Amplifier with a Digital In jack
Front speaker
(R)
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
TV Aspect
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which the
unit is connected, set the “Digital Audio Output” and “TV
Aspect” of the setup menu correctly referring to the
following below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
Digital Audio Output
PCM
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NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
C Connecting to a TV set and an audio system
PREPARATIONS
TV set
to 21 pin scart
connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
to 21 pin scart connector
AUDIO
OUT
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
L
COAXIAL
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
OUT
white
to AUDIO OUT
L (white)/ R (red) jacks
red
Audio cord (supplied)
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
to an audio input jacks
(Left/ white, Right/ red)
Audio system
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which the
unit is connected, set the “TV Aspect” of the setup menu
correctly referring to the following below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
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CONNECTIONS (CONTINUED)
D Connecting to an AV amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoder
Use either the commercially available optical cord or 75 ohm coaxial cord when connecting this unit to an AV amplifier with
a Digital In jack. The supplied video cord is also available instead of the coaxial cord.
TV set
to 21 pin scart
connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
to 21 pin scart connector
Rear of the unit
AUDIO
OUT
DIGITAL OUT
L
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
S-VIDEO
R
to DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL jack
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
OUT
OPTICAL
to DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL jack
or Coaxial cord
(not supplied)
Optical cord (not supplied)
to an AC power socket (AC
230 V, 50 Hz)
Amplifier equipped with a Dolby
Digital decorder
to a digital input jack
Front
speaker (L)
Front speaker
(R)
Surround speaker (L)
Centre speaker
Subwoofer
Surround speaker (R)
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which the
unit is connected, set the “Digital Audio Output” and “TV
Aspect” of the setup menu correctly referring to the following
below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
Digital Audio Output
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
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NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
CAUTION
If the AV amplifier is not equipped with a Dolby Digital
decoder, do not select “DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM” in the
“Digital Audio Output” when connecting the AV amplifier
with an optical or coaxial connecting cord.
Merely attempting to play a DVD may cause a high level of
noise which could be harmful to your ears and damage the
speakers. In such a case, be sure to select “PCM” in the
“Digital Audio Output”.
E Connecting to an AV amplifier equipped with a DTS decoder
PREPARATIONS
Use either the commercially available optical cord or 75 ohm coaxial cord when connecting this unit to an AV amplifier with
a Digital In jack. The supplied video cord is also available instead of the coaxial cord.
TV set
to 21 pin scart
connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
to 21 pin scart connector
Rear of the unit
AUDIO
OUT
DIGITAL OUT
L
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
to DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL jack
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
OUT
to DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL jack
Optical cord (not supplied)
or Coaxial cord
(not supplied)
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Amplifier equipped with a
DTS decorder
to a digital input jack
Front
speaker (L)
Front speaker (R)
Surround speaker (L)
Centre speaker
Subwoofer
Surround speaker (R)
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which the
unit is connected, set the “Digital Audio Output” and “TV
Aspect” of the setup menu correctly referring to the following
below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
Digital Audio Output
Stream/PCM
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
CAUTION
If the AV amplifier is not equipped with a DTS decoder, do
not select “Stream/PCM” in the “Digital Audio Output” when
connecting the AV amplifier with an optical or coaxial
connecting cord.
Merely attempting to play a DVD may cause a high level of
noise which could be harmful to your ears and damage the
speakers.In such a case, be sure to select “PCM” in the
“Digital Audio Output”.
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CONNECTIONS (CONTINUED)
F Connecting to a TV set and an AV amplifier with the Dolby Pro Logic Surround system
TV set
to 21 pin scart
connector
21 pin scart cable (not supplied)
Rear of the unit
DIGITAL OUT
AUDIO
OUT
L
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
S-VIDEO
R
OUT
OPTICAL
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
to AUDIO OUT
white
L (white)/ R (red) jacks
red
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Audio cord (supplied)
to an audio input jacks
Amplifier equipped with
Dolby Pro Logic Surround
(Left/ white, Right/ red)
Front
speaker (L)
Front speaker
(R)
Centre speaker
Surround speaker (L)
Surround speaker (R)
When your TV set is equipped with an S-video input terminal, see page 17.
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
According to the audio equipment and TV set to which
the unit is connected, set the “Digital Audio Output” and
“TV Aspect” of the setup menu correctly referring to the
following below.
See “CHANGING SETUP VALUE” on page 39 in detail.
Digital Audio Output
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letter box
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
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NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not connect
through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
PREPARATIONS
Connecting to a TV set equipped with S-video jack
Rear of TV set
S-video input connector
(S1, S2)
S-video cord
(not supplied)
to S-VIDEO OUT connector
Rear of the unit
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
AUDIO
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
OUT
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
Set the "TV Output Select" and "TV Aspect" of the setup
menu correctly referring to the following below.
See "CHANGING SETUP VALUE" on page 39 in detail.
TV Output Select
S-Video
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letterbox
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
NOTE
When the picture noise appears while copy-protected DVDs
are played, connect the unit directly to a TV set. Do not
connect through a VCR, TV/VCR or AV selector.
CAUTION
Do not select "S-Video" when connecting to the TV
set with the 21pin scart cable. Video signals are not
output from the 21pin scart connector of this unit.
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CONNECTIONS (CONTINUED)
Connecting to a TV set or monitor with video input connector
TV set or monitor
to a video input jacks
(yellow)
to an audio input jacks
(Left/ white, Right/ red)
Yellow
Audio cord (supplied)
Video cord (supplied)
Yellow
White
Red
to AUDIO OUT
to VIDEO OUT
jack (yellow)
Rear of the unit
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
L (white)/ R (red) jacks
AUDIO
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
R
OPTICAL
OUT
NTSC
PAL AUTO
VIDEO
OUT
to an AC power socket
(AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Set the setup menu correctly after connecting!
Set the "TV Aspect" of the setup menu correctly
referring to the following below.
See "CHANGING SETUP VALUE" on page 39 in detail.
TV Aspect
When your TV set is a conventional-screen size TV:
4:3 Letterbox
When your TV set is a wide-screen size TV:
16:9 Wide
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REMOTE CONTROL
Installing batteries
PREPARATIONS
Detach the battery cover on the rear of the remote control,
and insert two R6 (size AA) batteries with 0 and 9 aligned
correctly.
When to replace the batteries
The maximum operational distance between the remote
control and the sensor of the units should be approximately
7 meters. If this distance decreases, replace the batteries
with new ones.
NOTES
• When operating with the remote control, point the top of
the remote control toward the player.
• If the unit is not going to be used for an extended period
of time, remove the batteries to prevent possible
electrolyte leakage.
• The remote control may not operate correctly when:
- The line of sight between the remote control and the
unit is exposed to intense light, such as direct sunlight
- There is fluorescent lighting near the remote sensor in
the display window.
- Other remote controls are used nearby (those of a TV
set, etc.).
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PLAYBACK
Getting ready to play
3 2 ,4
1
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
s
• Turn on the television, and set its video source (Video 1,
Video 2, Video 3, etc.) to the one connected to the DVD
player.
• Turn on the audio device connected to the DVD player.
Set its input source to the one connected to the DVD
player.
1
C
a MENU
Press POWER.
The power comes on, and the 6STANDBY/ON indicator
turns green.
MP3 VCD
2
2 ,4
a
1
TITLE
CHP/TRK
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
Press zOPEN / CLOSE.
The disc tray opens.
Numbered
buttons
TOP MENU
i/k/j/l/ENTER
vRETURN
CD DVD
DVD
MP3 VCD
CD DVD
TITLE
CHP/TRK
MENU
c
s
3
Load a disc.
Place a disc in the tray guides (depression), with the label
side facing up. When loading an 8-cm disc, place it in the
inner depression.
4
Press zOPEN / CLOSE.
The disc tray closes, and the DVD player automatically
begins to play the disc.
If the disc does not begin to play, press c.
• If a disc is placed in upside down, “DISC Error” will be
indicated.
About the
MP3 VCD
CD DVD
DVD
TITLE
CHP/TRK
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
MP3 VCD
CD DVD
TITLE
CHP/TRK
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
symbol display
symbol will be displayed on the screen if you
• The
press a button which cannot be used or enter an
incorrect number.
• Some DVD discs may have places where they do
not allow pressing of the STOP, SKIP, or other
buttons. The
mark will be displayed on the screen
if you press a button that is not allowed in such a
place.
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DVD:
Still (Pause)
Video CD with PBC:
MP3 VCD
CD DVD
TITLE
CHP/TRK
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
BASIC OPERATIONS
Press a during playback.
To return to normal playback
Press c.
CD/Video CD without PBC:
MP3 VCD
CD DVD
TITLE
CHP/TRK
PROG.
RANDOM ALL
A
B
“CD” is displayed when loading a CD.
When the menu screen is displayed
The menu screen may be displayed first after loading a
DVD or VCD which contains a menu.
DVD: Use ikjl to select the program you would like
to view, then press ENTER to begin playback. Press
TOP MENU or MENU to return to the menu screen.
VCD: Use the numbered buttons to select the program
you would like to view.
Press vRETURN to return to the menu screen.
For either DVD or VCDs, menu continuations and the exact
operating procedures for using the menu may vary from
disc to disc. Follow the instructions on the menu screen.
Frame Advance (DVD, VCD)
Press a while the disc is paused.
Each time you press the button, the program advances one
frame. There is no audio when doing Frame Advance.
To return to normal playback
Press c.
Stopping playback
Press s.
When s is pressed during playback, the DVD player
remembers the point at which playback stopped.
To resume play from the point where it stopped
Tips
This unit equips the Playback Control(PBC) On/Off function.
After turning off the PBC, the unit can be play back the
entire Video CD without returning to the menu screen, just
like audio CDs. See "CHANGING SETUP VALUE", page
39.
Press c.
To clear the point to be resumed
Press s again.
When zOPEN/CLOSE is pressed to open the disc tray or
POWER is pressed to turn the power off, the point to be
resumed is also cleared.
To turn the power off
Press POWER. The unit enters the power standby mode,
and the 6STANDBY/ON indicator turns red.
If 8 minutes have elapsed without performing any
operation
The unit enters the standby mode. Therefore, if you start
repeat playback, for example, and leave the unit without
performing any other operation for 8 minutes, the unit
will stop and enter the standby mode.
NOTES
• The disc continues to spin while the menu screen is
displayed even if s is pressed. When you are finished
using the DVD player, turn the power off after pressing
s.
• During a VCD playback with the PBC feature turned on,
resume function does not work.
Performing fast forward, fast reverse, or skipping
operations during VCD playback with PBC on may cause
the DVD player to return to the menu screen.
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PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
Skipping
Fast Forward, Reverse
Press g or f on the remote control
during playback.
Each time you press the button, the playback speed
becomes faster as shown below.
DVD:
×2
×4
× 16
× 100
Skip to the next chapter or track: t
The disc position advances one chapter or track each time
the button is pressed.
Return to the previous chapter or track: r
In each disc, pressing r once skips to the beginning of
the chapter (track) currently being played, and pressing
r twice skips to the previous chapter.
NOTE
Video CD:
×2
Press r(r/f) or t(g/t).
×4
When pressing r(r/f) during VCD playback, the
reverse skipping playback only skips to the beginning of
the track currently being played.
×8
The playback speed is fixed to ×2 during playback of CDs.
To skip to the desired chapter or track directly using
the remote control (VCD without PBC/CD)
To return to normal playback
When stopped or during playback, enter the desired track
number using the numbered buttons on the remote control.
Example: To play track 3
Press 3 on the remote control.
Example: To play track 20
Press 2, 0 on the remote control.
Press c .
NOTES
• There is no audio during DVD or Video CD playback.
• The search speed is the value of a disc which has an
average bit rate. In some discs, the speed displayed on
the display window may be different from the actual speed.
Slow Playback (DVD/VCD)
Press F. SLOW or B. SLOW during playback.
The playback speed changes each time the button is
pressed, as shown below.
DVD Slow Playback
× 1/16
× 1/8
× 1/4
× 1/2
Video CD Slow Playback
- F.SLOW × 1/16
× 1/8
× 1/4
To return to normal playback
Press c.
NOTES
• The B.SLOW playback does not work during VCDs
playback.
• There is no audio during slow playback.
• Subtitles do not appear on the TV screen during slow
playback.
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Playback begins at the beginning of the selected track.
General playback status can be displayed on the TV
screen. Some items only show the indicated information.
Other items allow the settings to be changed.
1
Press ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF
during playback.
2
Press i/k to select the desired item.
The currently selected item is indicated by a yellow frame
on its OSD menu.
3
2 ,3
c
When numbers are displayed (e.g. title NO.), the number
buttons can also be used for setting instead of j/l.
For some functions, the setting will be registered
immediately; for others, ENTER must be pressed.
g
1
t
r
Press j/l to select the desired
setting.
To clear the OSD Menu
f
Press ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF.
NOTE
If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the OSD menu
disappear.
Examples of On Screen Display (OSD) menu
(The OSD menu may differ depending on the disc contents.)
DVD:
1
1
0:16:57
CD/Video CD without PBC:
1 ENG
D
6 CH
1
OFF
16:57
STER.
1
STER.
NORM.
NORM.
16:57
NORM.
Video CD with PBC:
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BASIC OPERATIONS
On Screen Display (OSD) menu
PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
Detailed description of each OSD menu
< DVD OSD>
Function
Selection method
Items
(Press i/k to select desired item)
To show the current title No.
and to skip to the desired title No.
j/l, or Number
ENTER
1
To show the current chapter No.
and to skip to the desired chapter No.
j/l, or Number
ENTER
r/t
1
To show the elapsed time
and directly select scenes by the
elapsed time.
Number
ENTER
To show the current audio soundtrack
language, encoding method, channel No.
and to change the settings.
j/l,
AUDIO SELECT
To show the current subtitle language
and to change the setting.
j/l,
SUBTITLE SELECT
To show the current angle No.
and to change the angle.
j/l,
ANGLE
To show the current sound (NORMAL or
3D SURROUND)
and to change the setting.
j/l,
SURROUND
0:16:57
1 ENG
D
6 CH
OFF
1
NORM.
< VCD/CD OSD >
Function
Selection method
Items
(Press i/k to select desired item)
To show the current track No.
and to skip to the desired track No.
r/t,
j/l, or Number
ENTER
To show the elapsed time.
(Display only)
16:57
To show the current audio (STEREO,
LEFT, RIGHT)
and to select to the desired audio
channel.
j/l,
AUDIO SELECT
To show the current sound (NORMAL or
3D SURROUND)
and to change the setting.
j/l,
SURROUND
NOTE
Some discs may not provide all of the above OSD menu.
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1
STER.
NORM.
SEARCH
1
Press ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF,
either while playing or when stopped.
Go to step 3, if you press it while a DVD disc stops.
Numbered
buttons
CLEAR
2
2 ,3 ,4
Press i or k to select “TITLE” or
“TRACK”.
1
1
3
Press j or l to enter the desired
title or track number.
3
• Numbered button is also available to select the desired
title number.
How to enter numbers
Example:
This DVD player provides three types of DVD searches.
Example:
to play title number 2
Press 2.
to play title number 10
Press 1, 0.
Title search
Specify a title number.
To use this feature with Video CDs that support PBC, turn
off PBC first. (See"CHANGING SETUP VALUE" on page
39.)
Chapter search
Specify a chapter number.
If you enter the wrong number
Press CLEAR to remove the number you entered. Then
enter the correct number.
4
Press ENTER.
Playback begins with the specified title or track.
Time search
Specify the elapsed time of the desired location.
NOTE
If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the OSD menu
disappears.
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MORE FEATURES
Title search (DVD)/Track search (VCD
without PBC/CD)
SEARCH (CONTINUED)
Chapter search (DVD)
Time search (DVD)
1
Press ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF
during playback.
With a DVD which allows displaying of elapsed time, you
can specify a time on the disc to search for a desired
location.
2
Press i or k to select “CHAPTER”.
1
Press ON SCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF
during playback.
2
Press i or k to select “TIME”.
1
3
-:--:--
Press j or l to enter the desired
chapter number.
3
3
Use the numbered buttons to enter the
time of the desired location.
• Numbered button is also available to select the desired
chapter number.
1:17:30
How to enter numbers
Example:
to play chapter number 17
Press 1, 7.
How to enter numbers
Example:
If you enter the wrong number
Press CLEAR to remove the number you entered. Then
enter the correct number.
Example:
4
start play at 1 hour, 17 minutes, 30 seconds
(1:17:30)
Press 1(hour), 1,7 (minutes), then 3, 0
(seconds).
start play at 8 minutes 7 seconds (0:08:07)
Press 8 (minutes), then 0, 7 (seconds).
Press ENTER.
Playback begins with the specified chapter.
NOTE
Chapter search will not work if you specify a chapter number
which does not exist on the disc.
If you enter the wrong numbers
Press CLEAR several times to remove the numbers you
entered. Then enter the correct numbers.
4
Press ENTER.
Playback begins at the specified location (time).
NOTES
• Time search does not work if you specify a time greater
than the length of the disc.
• Time search may not work with some discs even if they
are capable of elapsed time.
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Mark search (DVD)
Up to 5 points can be memorized within the same title
number.
MARK
MARK SEARCH
To memorize a desired point, press MARK during
playback.
CLEAR
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
1/5
c
“Marker 1/5” is displayed and memorized.
Each time you press MARK, the desired points are
memorized.
Restarting play from the memorized point
1
Press M ARK SEARCH either while
playing or when stopped.
MARKED
PICTURE 1
MARKED
PICTURE 2
MARKED
PICTURE 4
MARKED
PICTURE 5
MARKED
PICTURE 3
* PRESENT
PICTURE
*The current picture being played is displayed.
NOTES
• Mark search may not work on multi-angle scenes or
subtitles recorded portions.
• All the marked pictures are cleared when the power is
turned off or the disc is removed.
• When skipping or changing to an other title number, all of
the memorized points are cleared.
2
Press i / k /j /l to select the
marked picture to be restarted.
3
Press c or ENTER.
Play resumes from the point corresponding to the selected
marked picture.
To clear the memorized point, press i/k/j/l to select
the marked picture then press CLEAR.
The “PRESENT PICTURE” is not cleared.
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MORE FEATURES
Playback can restart from a memorized point.
ZOOMING AND CHANGING THE ANGLE
Changing the angle (DVD)
ZOOM
ANGLE
When playing a DVD which has been recorded in multiangle (photographed from several different angles), you can
select which angle you would like to view the action from.
When a multi-angle scene comes on during playback,
“ANGLE” will blink in the display window to let you know
that you can change the angle.
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
1
Press
ANGLE during playback.
Number of angle being played back.
1
2
Press ANGLE repeatedly until the
desired angle is selected.
2
Zoom function (DVD)
This function allows you to Zoom-in and enlarge the picture
to either 4 times or 16 times.
1
Press ZOOM during playback or Still
playback.
The zoom area changes each time the button is pressed,
as shown below.
NORMAL
×4
×16
To move the zoom area, press i/k/j/l.
2
Press ENTER.
The selected zoom area is displayed in full size on the TV
screen.
To return to the normal playback, press ZOOM
repeatedly.
NOTES
• Some DVDs may not respond to Zoom function.
• Zoom function may not work on multi-angle scenes.
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symbol will be displayed if you press ANGLE while
viewing a disc which does not have multiple viewing
angles, or if viewing a part of the disc which does not
allow angle selection.
RANDOM AND REPEAT PLAYBACK
Press REPEAT during playback.
REPEAT
A-B
The repeat mode will change each time you press REPEAT.
CHAPTER:
Repeat of the chapter being played.
RANDOM
r
CHAPT
t
TITLE: Repeat of the title being played.
TITLE
OFF: Cancel repeat mode. (Normal playback)
Random playback (Karaoke DVD/CD )
OFF
NOTES
• This function only works with DVD Karaoke discs and
audio CDs.
• Video CDs that are not equipped with PBC only allow
Random playback as well as audio CDs.
To turn off the PBC, see page 39.
Press RANDOM either while playing or
when stopped.
NOTES
• Title and Chapter repeat playback will be cancelled, when
changing a title or chapter by pressing t,g, r or
f.
• Title and Chapter repeat playback will be cancelled, when
the DVD player is stopped.
The DVD player automatically begins Random Playback
and "RANDOM" indicator turns on.
By pressing r (r /f )or t (g /t ) during
Random playback, the DVD player selects another title
(track) and begins Random Playback.
To resume normal playback
Press RANDOM. "RANDOM" indicator turns off.
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Repeat playback (DVD)
RANDOM AND REPEAT PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
Repeat playback (VCD without PBC/CD)
Press REPEAT during playback.
The repeat mode will change each time you press REPEAT.
TRACK:
Repeat of the track being played.
Re pe a ti ng a porti on be twe e n two
specified points (A-B Repeat)
Allows you to select a portion of a track to be repeated.
The portion to be repeated may not span a track boundary,
but must be within a single track.
1
TRACK
During playback, press A-B at the
starting point of the section you want
to repeat.
A
*
ALL:
Repeat of all tracks on a disc being played.
ALL
2
Press A-B again at the ending point
of the section you want to repeat.
The player returns to point A and plays the section between
A and B.
A
OFF:
Cancel repeat mode. (Normal playback)
OFF
B
To return to the normal playback
Press A-B again during playback.
OFF
ALL and TRACK cannot be used during menu playback
with a video CD (when using the PBC feature).
To turn off the PBC, see page 39.
NOTES
• TRACK repeat playback will be cancelled, when changing
a track by pressing t(g) or r(f).
• All repeat playback will be cancelled, when the DVD
player is stopped.
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NOTE
During a multi-angle scene, the unit may play the different
scene that you memoried by pressing A-B button.
PROGRAM M ED PLAYBACK
the numbered buttons to select
2 Press
the desired track number.
2 ,3 ,4
3 ,4 ,5
Step
1
Total Time 03:58
1
REPEAT
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Program
1
CLEAR
t
Clear All
3
r
Press l and press the numbered
buttons to select the desired track
number.
Program
1
5
19
Step
3
Total Time 08:32
Clear All
With video and audio CDs, you can select the tracks you
would like to play, and play them in any order. You can
specify up to 20 tracks.
To use this feature with Video CDs that support PBC, turn
off PBC first. (See"CHANGING SETUP VALUE" on page
39.)
4
5
Repeat step 3.
Press ENTER to start playback.
The selected tracks are stored in the memory and play now
begins in the programmed sequence.
After playback
Programmed playback is stopped.
1
Press PROGRAM either while playing
or when stopped.
The program menu screen appears on the TV screen.
Program
Step
1
Total Time 00:00
To play the programmed playback repeatedly
1 Follow all the above steps of "Programmed playback"
to program tracks.
2 Press REPEAT.
The programmed tracks are played repeatedly.
To skip tracks
Press r or t repeatedly. Playback skips to the
previous or succeeding tracks within the program.
To delete a track from the program
Clear All
• To exit the screen, press PROGRAM.
Press i/k/j/l to select the unwanted track and press
CLEAR.
To clear all the programs
1 Press i/k/j/l to select the “Clear All” and press
ENTER.
2 Press ENTER again.
(The programs are also cleared when the disc is
removed.)
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CREATING A 3D SURROUND EFFECT
SURROUND
The DVD player can produce a 3D Surround effect, using
SpatializerTM N-2-2TM technology, which simulates multichannel audio playback from two conventional stereo
speakers, instead of the five or more speakers normally
required to listen to multi-channel audio from a home theater
system. This feature works with DVD discs encoded with
Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital (AC-3).
1
Press SURROUND during playback.
Each time this button is pressed, the TV screen display
changes:
NORM.
2
Press SURROUND repeatedly until the
desired sound is selected.
3D SUR
NOTES
• This 3D Surround effect may not be available on some
DVD discs, such as those recorded with a mono audio
soundtrack.
• Turn off the TV surround sound and other surround effects
when using this 3D surround effect.
• For best 3D Surround effect using only two speakers it is
recommended that the two speakers be positioned
approximately 2m to 2.5m apart, and the listening position
should be 2m to 2.5m away from the speakers.
• Do not press SURROUND while recording the music. The
sound signals which come from this unit are intermitted.
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CHANGING THE AUDIO TRACK
Changing audio tracks (DVD)
AUDIO SELECT
1
Press AUDIO SELECT during playback.
Number of the audio soundtrack language being played
back is displayed.
1 ENG
D
6 CH
2
Press AUDIO SELECT repeatedly until
the desired language is selected.
2 FRE
D
6 CH
• When playing a DVD with soundtracks in multiple
languages, the audio will automatically be played in
the language which was selected when the DVD
player was set up. If there is not a soundtrack in
that language on the disc, the disc will determine
which audio track is played.
• The audio track may only be changed for discs which
contain multiple audio tracks.
• The number of audio tracks available differs from
disc to disc.
Changing audio tracks (VCD/CD)
1
Press AUDIO SELECT during playback.
STER.
2
Press AUDIO SELECT repeatedly until
the desired sound is selected.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as
follows.
STEREO
LEFT
RIGHT
LEFT
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Some discs have more than one audio track, such as
soundtracks with different languages. While playing such
a disc, the audio track can be changed to hear the different
soundtracks.
DISPLAYING AND CHANGING SUBTITLES
When playing DVD discs which contain subtitles, you can
display the subtitles on the screen or change the language
of the subtitles.
1
SUBTITLE
SELECT
Pre ss SUBTI TLE SELECT duri ng
playback.
When no subtitles are recorded, “OFF” will be displayed
instead of the language number.
OFF
2
Press repeatedly SUBTITLE SELECT
unti l the de si re d l a ngua ge i s
selected.
Number of the subtitle language being played back is
displayed.
1 ENG
symbol will be displayed if you try to show
• The
subtitles with a disc which does not contain them.
• The first subtitles displayed will be in the subtitle
language selected with the subtitle setting (see page
39). If there are no subtitles in that language on the
disc, the disc will determine which subtitles are
shown.
• Subtitles may only be changed with discs which
contain more than one set of subtitles.
• The number of subtitle languages varies from disc
to disc.
• With some discs, it may take a few moments after
you press SUBTITLE SELECT for the new subtitles
to be displayed.
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To eliminate the On Screen Subtitles.
Press SUBTITLE SELECT repeatedly to select OFF at step
2.
NOTE
When a disc supporting the closed caption is played, the
subtitle and the closed caption may overlap each other on
the TV screen. In this case, turn the subtitle off.
PLAYING BACK AN MP3 DISC
The DVD player can play back MP3 recorded on a CDROM, CD-R or CD-RW discs.
Before playing back an MP3 disc, read the following notes.
Glossary
Notes on MP3 disc
About MP3
• An MP3 file is audio data compressed by using MPEG1,
the audio layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call files which
have the ".mp3" extension "MP3 files".
• The unit cannot read an MP3 file which has a file
extension other than ".mp3".
•
is displayed on the MP3 menu if a non-MP3 file was
included in a directory or folder.
• Noises may be heard if you play a non-MP3 file that has
the ".mp3" extension.
An extension is the last three characters which divide a file
name by period. The extension shows the attribution of the
file.
The extension of the MP3 file is "mp3".
Session:
A session is one section on a disc between the beginning
of written data and the end of written data.
A multi-session disc is a disc which has more than two
sessions.
The restriction of playing back MP3
• This unit can recognize up to 256 including files and
folders per disc. A disc recorded with more than 256
cannot be played, including files and folders.
• The maximum allowable depth of nested folder is 50,
including files.
• The unit may not play MP3 files in the order that you
recorded them on the disc.
• The unit plays only the first session with a multi session
disc.
• The unit plays only audio tracks if a disc contains both
audio tracks and MP3 files.
• It may take over 30 seconds to read the MP3 files,
depending on the complexity of the folder tree.
The limitation of indications
• Up to 14 characters are displayed for the name of a
folder or track.
• Characters other than uppercase letters ("A" to "Z"),
numerals ("0" to "9") and underscore ("_") may not be
displayed, or may be displayed in different characters.
• The elapsed playing time on the display window may
not be correct when playing MP3 files.
• Depending on the condition of the recording equipment
or the CD-R/RW disc itself, a false folder or file which
cannot be played on this unit is displayed on TV screen.
Tips on recording MP3
• Enjoying high quality sound, we recommend to
convert to MP3 files with a sampling frequency of
44.1kHz and a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps.
To playback MP3 files in the order that you recorded
1 Writing software which is capable of recording MP3
files in numerical and alphabetical order is required.
2 Include a two or three digit number at the beginning
of each file name. (e.g."01","02", ... or "001", "002", ...)
3 It's recommended that you use only the root folder
(do not create child folder under the root folder).
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Extension:
PLAYING BACK AN MP3 DISC (CONTINUED)
2
Press i/k to select the album with
the track that you want to play back.
MP3
Program
MP3-1
..
TRACK_1
TRACK_2
TRACK_3
TRACK_4
MENU
TOP MENU
TRACK_5
2 ,3 ,4
4
vRETURN
a
t
r
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Clear All
To return to the previous MP3 menu
Press vRETURN.
s
To move to the first MP3 menu
Press MENU.
3
Press ENTER and Press i/k to select
the desired track.
MP3
Program
MP3-1
..
From the following explanations, we refer to what are called
"MP3 file" and "folder" in PC terminology as "track" and
"album", respectively.
TRACK_1
TRACK_2
TRACK_3
TRACK_4
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Playing back with MP3
1
Load an MP3 disc.
To return to the top of page within the album
Press TOP MENU.
Pressing TOP MENU repeatedly, the pages within the
album will change by turns.
The MP3 menu is displayed.
MP3
Clear All
Program
MP3-1
4
MP3-2
MP3-3
MP3-4
MP3-5
Press ENTER or c .
Playback starts and will stop after playing back all of the
tracks within the album.
MP3-6
MP3-7
MP3-8
MP3-9
Clear All
To skip to the desired track during playback
NOTES
• It may take over 30 seconds to read the MP3 files,
depending on the complexity of the folder tree.
• If you press vRETURN, MENU or TOP MENU during
playback, the playback stops.
Press t or r repeatedly during playback.
Or press i/k to select the desired track and press ENTER.
Playback skips to the desired track within the album.
To stop playback
Press s.
To pause playback
Press a during playback. To return to play back, Press
c.
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Press PROGRAM to list the selected
track on MP3 Program list.
Repeat step 2 to 3 to select tracks within the album or select
another track in an other album.
MP3
Program
MP3-1
CLEAR
..
PROGRAM
TOP MENU
TRACK_2
TRACK_7
TRACK_1
TRACK_6
TRACK_2
TRACK_9
Program
list
TRACK_3
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
TRACK_4
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
t
TRACK_8
Clear All
r
To check the order of programmed tracks
Press l. Then press TOP MENU.
The program lists will change by turns when more than 9
tracks are selected. Press j after checking.
4
Press l to select the desired track.
Then press ENTER or c to start.
Playback begins in the listed sequence.
MP3
NOTE
Program
MP3-1
..
Comparing with Audio CD operations , the following
playback and functions do not work when playing back an
MP3 disc.
• Fast forward g, Fast reverse f, Random and A-B
Repeat playback.
• OSD menu, Resume, Surround and Selecting audio
track function.
Programmed playback with MP3
Up to 60 tracks per disc can be programmed.
1
Follow step 1 to 2 on previous page.
2
Press i/k to select a track.
MP3
TRACK_2
TRACK_7
TRACK_1
TRACK_6
TRACK_2
TRACK_9
TRACK_3
TRACK_4
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Clear All
Playback stops after playing back all of the listed tracks on
the MP3 Program list.
To clear the programs one by one
Press i/k to delete the track on the MP3 Program list
and then press CLEAR.
To clear all the programs
Press i/k to select "Clear All"on the MP3 Program list
and then press ENTER.
The programs are also cleared when the disc is removed.
Program
MP3-1
To return to the normal playback
..
Press j. Then select a desired track or an album.
TRACK_1
TRACK_2
TRACK_3
NOTES
TRACK_4
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Clear All
• vRETURN and MENU buttons do not work during
programmed playback.
• If you press TOP MENU repeatedly during programmed
playback, the playback begins at the first track on each
page of the program list.
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PLAYING BACK AN MP3 DISC (CONTINUED)
To play back a programmed track repeatedly
Repeat playback with MP3
Press REPEAT once during programmed playback.
The current track will be played back repeatedly.
To play back a track repeatedly
Press REPEAT once during playback.
The current track will be played back repeatedly.
MP3
Program
MP3-1
..
MP3
Program
MP3-1
TRACK_2
TRACK_7
TRACK_1
TRACK_6
TRACK_2
TRACK_9
TRACK_3
..
TRACK_4
TRACK_1
TRACK_5
TRACK_2
TRACK_6
TRACK_3
TRACK_7
TRACK_4
TRACK_8
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Clear All
Repeat
symbol
Clear All
To play back all of the listed tracks repeatedly
Press REPEAT twice during programmed playback.
All of the listed tracks on the MP3 Program list will be
played back repeatedly.
To play back an entire album repeatedly
Press REPEAT twice during playback.
All of the tracks wihtin the album will be played
back repeatedly.
MP3
MP3
Program
MP3-1
..
TRACK_2
TRACK_7
TRACK_1
TRACK_6
TRACK_2
TRACK_9
TRACK_3
Program
TRACK_4
MP3-1
TRACK_5
..
TRACK_6
TRACK_1
TRACK_7
TRACK_2
TRACK_8
TRACK_3
Clear All
TRACK_4
TRACK_5
TRACK_6
To cancel repeat playback
TRACK_7
TRACK_8
Clear All
Press REPEAT repeatedly until the Repeat symbol turns
off.
NOTE
Repeat playback with a track will be cancelled when
pressing i/k, r or t .
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Disc Audio*
Sets the audio soundtrack language.
Disc Subtitle*
Sets the subtitle language .
Disc Menu*
Sets the language used in the menu screen.
2 ,3
1
vRETURN
* If the language selected by these settings does not exist
on the disc, the disc's default language is used.
Rating
When playing discs with preset restriction level
encoding, this setting allows the unit to
automatically cut scenes of excessive violence, etc.
Password
Sets the password to prevent children from changing
the restriction level.
TV Aspect
Sets the aspect ratio of the televison set to which
the unit is connected.
Menu Language
Sets the language on this setup menu.
Your DVD player comes from the factory with all the
basic items set properly.
• Check the “Digital Audio Output” and “TV Aspect”
settings to make sure they are correct for the type of
equipment connected to your DVD player. For more
information, please refer to the “Connections” section,
which begins on page 10.
• Change any other settings according to your individual
setup and preferences.
Basic operations
1
Press SETUP either while playing or
when stopped.
The setup menu is displayed.
TV Output Select
Selects the video output jacks to be output video signals.
CAUTION
Do not select "S-Video" when connecting to the
TV set with the 21pin scart cable. Video signals
are not output from the 21pin scart connector of
this unit.
Others
Sets the Pseudo PAL and PlayBack Control(PBC)
function On/Off.
Digital Audio Output
Sets the digital audio output to be output from the
unit according to the type of audio equipment
connected to the unit.
3
Press l and then i/k to select the
desired setting and press ENTER.
Disc Audio
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Spanish
TV Aspect
Italian
Menu Language
Chinese
To exit SETUP menu
TV Output Select
Polish
Press SETUP or vRETURN.
Others
Hungarian
Digital Audio Output
Russian
• Some items require additional steps.
Other – – – –
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CHANGING SETUP VALUES
2 Press i/k to select the desired item.
CHANGING SETUP VALUES (CONTINUED)
Disc Audio
The audio sound track language on a DVD disc can be
changed. If the language selected is not available on
the disc, the original language designated by each
disc will be selected.
Numbered
buttons
CLEAR
1
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
SETUP
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Disc Audio” and press l.
Disc Audio
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Spanish
TV Aspect
Italian
Menu Language
Chinese
TV Output Select
Polish
Others
Hungarian
Digital Audio Output
Russian
Other – – – –
2
Press i/k to select the desired
language and press ENTER.
Original :
English :
French :
German :
Spanish :
Italian :
Chinese :
Polish :
Hungarian :
Russian :
Other :
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The original language of each
disc will be selected.
The English will be selected.
The French will be selected.
The German will be selected.
The Spanish will be selected.
The Italian will be selected.
The Chinese will be selected.
The Polish will be selected.
The Hungarian will be selected.
The Russian will be selected.
Another language can be
selected. You can input a 4-digit
language code. (Refer to the
language codes on page 47.
Press CLEAR if an incorrect
language code is entered.)
Rating
The subtitle language on a DVD disc can be changed.
If the language selected is not available on the disc,
the original language designated by each disc will be
selected.
1
2
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Disc Subtitle” and press l.
1
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Rating” and press l.
Disc Audio
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Spanish
Disc Audio
8
TV Aspect
Italian
Disc Subtitle
7
Menu Language
Chinese
Disc Menu
6
TV Output Select
Polish
Rating
5
Others
Hungarian
Password
4
Digital Audio Output
Russian
TV Aspect
3
Other – – – –
Menu Language
2
TV Output Select
Others
1
2
The language used in the DVD menu can be changed.
If the language selected is not available on the disc,
the original language designated by each disc will be
selected.
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Disc Menu” and press l.
Unlock
Digital Audio Output
Press i/k to select the desired
language and press ENTER.
Disc Menu
1
Some DVD discs contain a restriction level which enables
parents to remove scenes or prevent playback of discs by
children. The unit is equipped with a password designed to
prevent children changing the level.
Press i/k to select the desired level
and press ENTER.
Disc Audio
8 Blocked
Disc Subtitle
7 Blocked
Disc Menu
6
Rating
5
Password
4
TV Aspect
3
Menu Language
2
TV Output Select
Others
1
Unlock
Digital Audio Output
Disc Audio
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Spanish
TV Aspect
Italian
Menu Language
Chinese
TV Output Select
Others
Polish
Digital Audio Output
Russian
Hungarian
Other – – – –
2
You cannot play DVD discs rated higher than the level you
selected unless you cancel the parental lock function.
For example, when you select level 6, discs rated higher
than level 6 are blocked and cannot be played.
Press i/k to select the desired
language and press ENTER.
The parent lock level is equivalent to the following USA
movie ratings.
Example
Level 7: NC-17
Level 3: PG
Level 6: R
Level 1: G
Level 4: PG 13
The password (4-digit) can be set not to change the Rating
easily. After setting the password, the Rating can not be
changed unless you input the password.
Refer to the Password on page 42.
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Disc Subtitle
CHANGING SETUP VALUES (CONTINUED)
Setting is finished and the SETUP menu is displayed.
Password
A 4-digit password can be set to prevent playback of discs
with higher ratings.
Disc Audio
Change
Disc Subtitle
Clear
Disc Menu
Rating
1
Password
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Password” and press l.
Disc Audio
NEW
Disc Subtitle
––––
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
Disc Menu
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
The rating is locked. Any discs whose rating is higher than
the setting cannot be played back unless the correct
password is entered.
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
To change the settings
2
Input a 4-digit password using the
numbered buttons, then press ENTER.
Example : 1234
Do not forget your password.
Disc Audio
To change the rating level, enter your 4-digit password and
follow the steps on page 41 again.
To change the password
1 At the SETUP menu, select “Password” and press l.
2 Input the 4-digit password and press ENTER.
3 Select “Change” and press ENTER.
4 Follow step 2 to 3 on the left.
NEW
Disc Subtitle
To clear the password
1 At the SETUP menu, select “Password” and press l.
2 Input the 4-digit password and press ENTER.
3 Select “Clear” and press ENTER.
Disc Menu
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
When you forget your 4-digit password
If you forget your password, follow the procedure below.
Digital Audio Output
3
Input the 4-digit password again to
verify, then press ENTER.
Disc Audio
Verify
Disc Subtitle
Disc Menu
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
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1 At the SETUP menu, select “Password”.
2 Enter the 6-digit number “210499” and then press
ENTER.
The 4-digit password is cleared.
Select the appropriate screen type according to your TV
set; conventional size screen (4:3) or wide-screen (16:9).
1
Cut off
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “TV Aspect” and press l.
Disc Audio
4:3 Letterbox
Disc Subtitle
4:3 Panscan
Disc Menu
16:9 Wide
Media recorded in wide (16:9) format will
be played at the full screen height, with
the left and right portions cut off, for media
which contains pan-scan encoding. Other
media will be played in “letterbox” style.
Rating
Password
4:3 Panscan
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
16:9 Wide :
Digital Audio Output
2
Press i/k to select the desired
Aspect and press ENTER.
Disc Audio
4:3 Letterbox
Disc Subtitle
4:3 Panscan
Disc Menu
16:9 Wide
Select when a wide-screen TV set is
connected.
Played in “FULL” size. (Setting the widescreen TV to “FULL” mode is also
necessary.)
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
16:9 Wide
*Each screen shows an example when the video
material for a wide-screen is played.
(This setting does not affect the video material for
conventional size.)
4:3 Letterbox : Setect when a conventional TV set is
connected. Media recorded in wide (16:9)
format will be played in “letterbox” style,
with black bands at the top and bottom of
the screen.
4:3 Letterbox
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4:3 Panscan :
TV Aspect
CHANGING SETUP VALUES (CONTINUED)
Menu Language
The language used in this SETUP menu can be changed.
1
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Menu Language” and press
l.
i/k/j/l/
ENTER
SETUP
Disc Audio
English
Disc Subtitle
Spanish
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Italian
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
2
Press i/k to select the desired
language and press ENTER.
Disc Audio
English
Disc Subtitle
Spanish
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Password
Italian
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
English :
Spanish :
French :
German :
Italian :
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The
The
The
The
The
setup
setup
setup
setup
setup
menu
menu
menu
menu
menu
is
is
is
is
is
displayed
displayed
displayed
displayed
displayed
in
in
in
in
in
English.
Spanish.
French.
German.
Italian.
Others (Pseudo PAL/PBC)
Select “S-Video” when connecting to a TV set with an S-Video
cord.
CAUTION
Do not select "S-Video" when connecting to the
TV set with the 21pin scart cable. Video signals
are not output from the 21pin scart connector of
this unit.
The Pseudo PAL and Playback Control settings(PBC)
can be changed.
1
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “Others” and press l.
Disc Audio
Pseudo PAL On
Disc Subtitle
Pseudo PAL On
Disc Menu
1
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “TV Output Select” and press l.
Disc Audio
S-Video
Disc Subtitle
SCART R-G-B
Rating
PBC On
Password
PBC Off
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
Disc Menu
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
2
Press i/k to select the desired
items and press ENTER.
Digital Audio Output
Pseudo PAL settings
2
Press i/k to select the desired
items and press ENTER.
Pseudo PAL On:
A NTSC DVD disc can be played back with the PAL colour
system TV set, depending on the disc.
Pseudo PAL Off:
A NTSC DVD disc cannot be played back with the PAL
colour system TV set.
Video output settings
S-Video:
Video signals are output from the S-VIDEO OUT jack on
the unit.
SCART R-G-B:
Video signals are output from the 21-pin scart connector
on the unit.
NOTE
Video signals are always output from the VIDEO OUT
jack on the unit regardless of these settings.
NOTE
The Pseudo PAL function only works when TV SYSTEM
SELECT switch on the rear panel is set to “PAL”.
PlayBack Control (PBC) settings
PBC On:
Video CDs are played back according to the PBC.
PBC Off:
Video CDs can be played back in the same way as
Audio CDs.
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AS NECESSARY
TV Output Select
CHANGING SETUP VALUES (CONTINUED)
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM:
Digital Audio Output
Each DVD disc has a variety of audio output options. Set
the player’s Digital Audio Output according to the type of
audio system you use.
CAUTION
If the AV amplifier is not equipped with a Dolby
Digital decoder or DTS decoder, do not select
“DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM or Stream/PCM” in the
“Digital Audio Output” when connecting the AV
amplifier with an optical or coaxial connecting
cord.
Select this when connecting to an AV amplifier or other
equipment that is equipped with a Dolby Digital (AC-3)
decoder or a Dolby Pro Logic Surround decoder.
Stream/PCM:
Select this when connecting to an AV amplifier or other
equipment that is equipped with a DTS decoder or a MPEG
decoder.
PCM:
The default setting is “PCM”. Select this when connecting
to an audio system without a Dolby digital(AC-3), DTS or
other special decoder.
Merely attempting to play a DVD may cause a high
level of noise which could be harmful to your ears and
damage the speakers. In such a case, be sure to select
“PCM”.
OUTPUT
Playback Disc Stream/PCM
1
At the SETUP menu, press i/k to
select “ Digital Audio Output” and
press l.
Disc Audio
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Disc Subtitle
Stream/PCM
Disc Menu
PCM
/PCM
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
96kHz Linear
PCM DVD
PCM
PCM
PCM
DTS DVD
DTS bit Stream
Not Output
Not Output
Dolby Digital
DVD
Dolby Digital bit Dolby Digital
bit Stream
Stream
PCM
MPEG DVD
MPEG bit Stream PCM
PCM
Audio CD/
Video CD
PCM
PCM
PCM
DTS bit Stream
DTS bit
Stream
DTS Audio CD DTS bit Stream
Menu Language
DOLBY DIGITAL/ PCM
PCM
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
NOTE
2
When you are not using the player’s digital audio output,
don’t select any of the options.
Press i/k to select the desired
output and press ENTER.
Disc Audio
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Disc Subtitle
Stream/PCM
Disc Menu
PCM
/PCM
Rating
Password
TV Aspect
Menu Language
TV Output Select
Others
Digital Audio Output
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Code
6565
Language
Afar
Code
7285
Language
Hungarian
Code
8084
Language
Portuguese
6566
6570
6577
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
7289
7365
7378
Armenian
Interlingua
Indonesian
8185
8277
8279
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Romanian
6582
6583
Arabic
Assamese
7383
7384
Icelandic
Italian
8285
8365
Russian
Sanskrit
6588
Aymara
7387
Hebrew
8368
Sindhi
6590
6665
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
7465
7473
Japanese
Yiddish
8372
8373
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
6669
6671
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
7487
7565
Javanese
Georgian
8375
8376
Slovak
Slovenian
6672
6678
6679
Bihari
Bengali; Bangla
Tibetan
7575
7576
7577
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
8377
8378
8379
Samoan
Shona
Somali
6682
6765
Breton
Catalan
7578
7579
Kannada
Korean
8381
8382
Albanian
Serbian
6779
6783
Corsican
Czech
7583
7585
Kashmiri
Kurdish
8385
8386
Sundanese
Swedish
6789
6865
6869
Welsh
Danish
German
7589
7665
7678
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
8387
8465
8469
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
6890
6976
Bhutani
Greek
7679
7684
Laothian
Lithuanian
8471
8472
Tajik
Thai
6978
English
7686
Latvian, Lettish
8473
Tigrinya
6979
6983
Esperanto
Spanish
7771
7773
Malagasy
Maori
8475
8476
Turkmen
Tagalog
6984
6985
7065
Estonian
Basque
Persian
7775
7776
7778
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
8479
8482
8484
Tonga
Turkish
Tatar
7073
7074
Finnish
Fiji
7779
7782
Moldavian
Marathi
8487
8575
Twi
Ukrainian
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
7876
7879
7982
8065
8076
Dutch
Norwegian
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
8872
8979
9072
9085
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
7282
Croatian
8083
Pashto, Pushto
AS NECESSARY
Language codes
En
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If something seems to be wrong with your DVD player, first check the items in the table below.
Symptom
Check
See page
The power does not come on.
• Make sure the power cord is plugged firmly into a
live power socket.
10
A disc does not play.
Playback stops almost
immediately.
• Is there condensation inside the DVD player? (Leave
the player idle with the power on for 1 to 2 hours.)
• Are you trying to use a disc that can’t be played,
such as a PHOTO CD?
• Is the disc dirty? Is it loaded properly?
• Does the disc exceed the specified rating level?
3
6, 20
41
No picture
• Is the DVD player connected correctly?
• Are the video connections firmly attached?
• Is the television video mode set correctly?
• Do you select “S-Video” in the TV Output Select menu?
10
10
20
45
The picture is bad.
• Is the player in a place with lots of vibration?
• Are the video connections firmly attached?
• Is the disc dirty?
• Is the DVD player connected directly to the television
set? Or is it connected through a video deck, a
selector switch, or a television with a built-in video
deck?
The picture may be bad when used with some
television sets or projectors, due to the DVD copy
protection scheme.
The picture quality may also suffer if the DVD
player is connected through a selector switch with
other video equipment. Try turning off the power to
the other video equipment.
The picture quality may be somewhat poor when
paused, when doing Frame Advance, or during fast
forward or fast reverse. This is normal.
3
10
6
10
No sound
• Is the DVD player connected correctly?
• Are the audio connections firmly attached?
• Is the connected audio equipment turned on? Is the
volume set correctly? (Note that there will be no
audio playback during slow playback, Frame
Advance, fast forward, or fast reverse.)
10
10
20
The remote control does not
work, or does not work correctly.
• Are the remote control batteries installed correctly?
• Is the remote control too far from the main unit? Is
there something in the way?
• Are the remote control batteries getting weak?
• Is the DVD player in sunlight or strong fluorescent light?
19
19
DVD has many capabilities
Some of these capabilities may differ based on the disc
being played. The following situations may be caused by
information on the disc itself.
• The audio or subtitles are not reproduced in the
specified default language.
• The audio track or subtitles cannot be changed.
• There are no subtitles.
• No DVD menu. The DVD menu does not display
in the language you want.
• The view angle cannot be changed.
• Everything on the disc is played back regardless
of the rating level you have set.
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19
19
Power supply
Power consumption
Weight
External dimensions
Laser
Signal format
Supported discs
S video output
Video output
230 V AC, 50 Hz
16 W
3.2 kg
430 × 88 × 245 mm (w × h × d)
Semiconductor laser,
wave length 650/750 nm
PAL/NTSC
DVD video discs
12 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided double-layer,
double-sided double-layer)
8 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided double-layer,
double-sided double-layer)
Compact discs (CD-DA, video CD)
12 cm and 8 cm discs
Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync
negative)
C output: 0.286 Vp-p
1 Mini DIN 4 pin
Video composite output
1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync negative)
1 RCA jack
• Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the doubleD symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. ©1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
• Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems, Ino. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other
worldwide patents issued and pending. “DTS” and
“DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc. ©1996 Digital Theater
systems, Ino. All rights reserved.
• Spatializer® 3-D Stereo, Spatializer N-2-2 (TM)
and the circle-in-square device are trademarks
owned by Desper Products, Inc,.”
1 Scart connector
Audio output
Digital output
0.5 Vp-p (75 ohms)
1 Fiber optical connector
1 RCA jack
Analogue output
2.0 Vrms (1kHz, 0dB, 330
ohms)
1 RCA jacks (L/R)
Audio output characteristics
Signal to noise ratio
More than 105 dB (EIAJ)
Dynamic range
More than 95 dB (EIAJ)
Harmonic distortion
0.003%
Frequency range:
CD / VCD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
DVD: 2Hz to 22kHz (48kHz
sampling)
2Hz to 44kHz (96kHz
sampling)
Wow and flutter: unmeasurable
Operating conditions 5˚C to 35˚C
Accessories
Video cable (1)
Audio cable (1)
Remote control (1)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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AS NECESSARY
SPECIFICATIONS
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XD-DV370
HR(N) EZ(N, B) K(N)
U(B)
<HR(N)>
<Except for HR(N)>
SERVICE MANUAL
DVD PLAYER
BASIC DVD/CD MECHANISM :
DP2[6721R-0308A](HR/K/U)
DP3[6721R-0309A](EZ)
S/M Code No. 09-009-349-9N1
DA
TA
If requiring information about the ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT & MECHANSIM
ADJUSTMENT & MECHANISM PARTS LOCATION <EZ> & MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY
<EZ> & FL GRID ASSINGMENT/ANODE CONNECTION/PIN CONNECTION.
see Supplement Service manual of XD-DV370(HR/U/K/EZ) (S/M Code No. 09-00C-349-9S1)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 3
PROTECTION OF EYES FROM LASER BEAM DURING SERVING ............................................................................................ 4
ACCESSORIES LIST ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 6 ~ 7
ELECTRICAL MAIN PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 8 ~ 10
TRANSISTOR ILLUSTRATION ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 1 (OVERALL) <HR> ..................................................................................................................................... 12
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 2 (OVERALL) <Except HR> ......................................................................................................................... 13
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 3 (POWER) <U> .......................................................................................................................................... 14
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 4 (POWER) <Except U> .............................................................................................................................. 15
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 5 (RF/CD DSP/DVD SERVO) ...................................................................................................................... 16
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 6 (AUDIO) .................................................................................................................................................... 17
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 7 (MPEG) <HR> ........................................................................................................................................... 18
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 8 (MPEG) <Except HR> ............................................................................................................................... 19
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 9 (µ-COM) .................................................................................................................................................... 20
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 10 (KARAOKE) <HR> .................................................................................................................................. 21
WIRE HARNESS DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................................... 22
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 (MAIN - 1/5, AUDIO SECTION) ........................................................................................................ 23
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2 (MAIN - 2/5, DRIVE & RF SECTION) ............................................................................................... 24
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3 (MAIN - 3/5, DVD DSP SECTION) ................................................................................................... 25
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4 (MAIN - 4/5, MPEG SECTION) <HR> .............................................................................................. 26
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 (MAIN - 4/5, MPEG SECTION) <Except HR> .................................................................................. 27
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 (MAIN - 5/5, MAIN µ-COM SECTION) ............................................................................................. 28
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7 (INTERFACE - 1/3, TIMER SECTION) (KEY1, KEY2 SECTION) <HR> ......................................... 31
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8 (INTERFACE - 1/3, TIMER SECTION) (KEY1, KEY2 SECTION) <Except HR> ............................. 32
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 (INTERFACE - 2/3, JACK SECTION) <HR> ................................................................................... 33
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 (INTERFACE - 2/3, JACK SECTION) <U> .................................................................................... 34
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 (INTERFACE - 2/3, JACK SECTION) <EZ, K> ............................................................................... 35
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 (INTERFACE - 3/3, POWER SECTION) <U> ................................................................................ 36
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 13 (INTERFACE - 3/3, POWER SECTION) <Except U> .................................................................... 37
WIRING - 1 (MAIN C.B) <HR> ...................................................................................................................................................... 29
WIRING - 2 (MAIN C.B) <Except HR> .......................................................................................................................................... 30
WIRING - 3 (INTERFACE C.B) <HR> ........................................................................................................................................... 38
WIRING - 4 (INTERFACE C.B) <U> ............................................................................................................................................. 39
WIRING - 5 (INTERFACE C.B) <EZ, K> ....................................................................................................................................... 40
WIRING - 6 (KEY1, KEY2 C.B) ..................................................................................................................................................... 41
WAVEFORMS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 42 ~ 43
IC BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................................................ 44 ~ 45
IC DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 46 ~ 67
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW 1/1 .......................................................................................................................................... 68
MECHANICAL MAIN PARTS LIST 1/1 ......................................................................................................................................... 69
COLOR NAME TABLE .................................................................................................................................................................. 70
DVD MECHANISM EXPLODED VIEW 1/1 ................................................................................................................................... 71
DVD MECHANISM MAIN PARTS LIST 1/1 ................................................................................................................................... 72
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ....................................................................................................................... 73 ~ 83
DVD MECHANISM PARTS LOCATION <Except EZ> .................................................................................................................. 84
DVD MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY <Except EZ> ................................................................................................................ 85 ~ 87
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SPECIFICATIONS
<U MODEL>
Power supply
Power consumption
Weight
External dimensions
<HR, EZ, K MODELS>
Power supply
110 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz <HR, EZ>
230 V AC, 50 Hz <K>
Power consumption 16 W
Weight
3.2 kg
External dimensions 430 × 88 × 245 mm (w × h × d)
Laser
Semicounductor laser,
wave length 650/750 nm
Signal format
PAL/NTSC
Supported discs
DVD video discs
12 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided
double-layer,
double-sided-double layer)
8 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided
double-layer,
double-sided-double layer)
Compact discs (CD-DA, video CD)
12 cm and 8 cm discs
S video output
Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync
negative)
C output: 0.286 Vp-p
1 Mini DIN 4 pin
Video output
Video composite output
1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync negative)
1 RCA jack
(17× 3.5 × 9.9 inches)
Signal format
Supported discs
S video output
Video output
NTSC
DVD video discs
12 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided
double-layer,
double-sided-double layer)
8 cm (single-sided single-layer,
single-sided
double-layer,
double-sided-double layer)
Compact discs (CD-DA, video CD)
12 cm and 8 cm discs
Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync
negative)
C output: 0.286 Vp-p
1 Mini Din 4 pin
Video composite output
1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync negative)
1 RCA jack
Video component output
Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync
negative)
1 RCA jack
1 Scart connector
Video component output <HR>
Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms, sync
negative)
1 RCA jack
Audio output
PB,PR output: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ohms)
1 RCA jacks (PB,PR)
Audio output
120 V AC, 60 Hz
16 W
3.2 kg (7.1 lbs)
430 × 88 × 245 mm (w × h × d)
PB,PR output: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ohms)
1 RCA jacks (PB,PR)
Digital output
0.5 Vp-p (75 ohms)
1 Fiber optical connector
Analog output
2.0 Vr ms (1kHz, 0dB, 330
ohms)
2 RCA jacks (L/R)
Digital output
0.5 Vp-p (75 ohms)
1 Fiber optical connector
1 RCA jack
Analogue output
2.0 Vr ms (1kHz, 0dB, 330
ohms)
1 RCA jacks (L/R)
Audio output characteristics
Signal to noise ratio
More than 105 dB (EIAJ)
Dynamic range
More than 95 dB (EIAJ)
Harmonic distortion
0.003%
Audio output characteristics
Signal to noise ratio
More than 105 dB (EIAJ)
Dynamic range
More than 95 dB (EIAJ)
Harmonic distortion
0.003%
Frequency range:
CD / VCD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
DVD: 2Hz to 22kHz (48kHz
sampling)
2Hz to 44kHz (96kHz
sampling)
Wow and flutter: unmeasurable
Frequency range:
CD / VCD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
DVD: 2Hz to 22kHz (48kHz
sampling)
2Hz to 44kHz (96kHz
sampling)
Wow and flutter: unmeasurable
Operating conditions
Operating conditions
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Spatializer¤ 3-D Stereo, Spatializer N-2-2 (TM)
and the circle-in-square device are trademarks
owned by Desper Products, Inc,.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby , Pro Logic and the doubleD symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. c1992-1997 Dolby
Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems, Ino. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other
worldwide patents issued and pending. DTS and
DTS Digital Surround are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc. c1996 Digital Theater
systems, Ino. All rights reserved.
-3-
PROTECTION OF EYES FROM LASER BEAM DURING SERVICING
This set employs laser. Therefore, be sure to follow carefully the
CAUTION
instructions below when servicing.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herin may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
WARNING!
WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER
EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS
NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION.
BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF MORE
THAN 30cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE OBJECTIVE
LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK.
ATTENTION
ADVARSEL!
Caution: Invisible laser radiation when
open and interlocks defeated avoid
exposure to beam.
Advarsel:
This Compact Disc player is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the
rear exterior.
VAROITUS!
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1
VARNING!
LASER PRODUCT
LASER PRODUKT
LASER LAITE
LASER APPARAT
(SPU3140)
Precaution to replace Optical block
Solder short for
CD laser diode
Body or clothes electrostatic potential could
ruin laser diode in the optical block. Be sure
ground body and workbench, and use care
the clothes do not touch the diode.
1) After the connection, remove solder
shown in the figures below.
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Solder short for
DVD laser diode
ACCESSORIES LIST
REF. NO
PART NO.
1
1
1
1
2
KANRI
DESCRIPTION
NO.
S8-35R-S00-12X
INSTRUCTION ASSY<HRN>
S8-35R-S00-12W
INSTRUCTION ASSY<UB>
S8-35R-S00-12V
INSTRUCTION ASSY<KN>
S8-35R-S00-12Z
INSTRUCTION ASSY<EZB,EZN>
S7-11R-2N0-13F
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY<HRN>
2
2
3
3
S7-11R-2N0-13D
S7-11R-2N0-13E
S5-640-17B-000
S5-640-18B-000
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY<UB,EZB>
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY<KN,EZN>
PLUG ASSY PHONE CORD 1WAY
PLUG ASSY PHONO CORD
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DISASSEMBLY -1/2
CABINET DISASSEMBLY
3. Front Panel
1. Eject the disc tray. (See Fig. 2-2)
2. Remove the tray door. (See Fig. 2-2)
3. Release 2 screws (B).
4. Pull the front panel toward you while pressing
7 stoppers to disengage, and remove the front
panel. (See Fig. 2-3)
1. Top Case
1. Release 7 screws (A). (See Fig. 2-1)
2. Lift the top case with holding the back of it,
and remove it in the direction of the arrow
Top Case
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
Stopper
Stopper
Front Panel
Fig. 2-1
Fig. 2-3
2. Tray Door
1.Eject the disc tray.
2.Lift up the tray door in the direction of the
arrow.
Tray Door
Disc Tray
Fig. 2-2
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DISASSEMBLY -2/2
CIRCUIT BOARD DISASSEMBLY
1. Disassembling of Main Circuit Board
and Interface Board
2. Key1 and Key2 Circuit Board
1. Remove the top case.(See Fig. 2-1)
2. Remove 12 screw (C).
3. Remove FF-cable (PMD02, PMD04), and
remove the DVD MECHANISM.
4. Remove 2 connector (P3901, P5901) and
remove Main Circuit Board from Interface Board.
5. Remove 2 screw (D).
6. Remove Interface Board from the chassis.
(C)
(C)
(C)
1. Remove the front panel.(See Fig. 2-3)
2. Release 4 screws (E), and remove the Key1, 2
circuit board.
(E)
(E)
(C)
Key1
Circuit Board
DVD Mechansm
(E)
(E)
Key2
Circuit Board
Fig. 2-5
PMD02
Power Code
(D)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(C)
(C)
PMD04
P5901
Interface
Board
P
Main Cir
(C)
(C) (C)
(C)
Fig. 2-4
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ELECTRICAL MAIN PARTS LIST - 1/3
REF. NO
PART NO.
KANRI
NO.
DESCRIPTION
REF. NO
IC
!
SI-SK6-153-00A
S2-309-024-040
SI-SS4-310-00A
SI-SS7-808-00H
SI-SH3-130-00B
IC,STR-G6153T 5P<EXCEPT U>
SENSORLTV-817B PHOTO COU
IC,KA431AZ
IC,KA78R08 4P
IC,PQ3RD13
SI-HY2-580-10B
SI-JR3-414-00C
87-017-856-080
SI-GL4-411-64A
SI-TI3-337-21A
IC,GDC25D801C
IC,NJM3414AM-TE1,3K/REEL
IC,TC4W53FU
IC,GLT441L16-40
IC,SSI33P3721
SI-FA3-032-00A
SI-CU3-000-00A
SI-CU4-100-00A
SI-GS7-216-16C
SI-BB1-700-00A
IC,KA3032
IC,ZIVA3-PE0<HR>
IC,ZIVA4.1<EXCEPT HR>
ICGM72V161621ET-7
IC,PLL1700E 20P
SI-PH7-128-00A
87-A21-254-040
SI-SH2-050-00A
SI-SA7-135-00A
SI-BB1-716-00A
IC,SAA7128<HR>
IC,BA7660FS<HR>
IC,PQ20WZ5U 20WZ51
IC,LA7135A<EXCEPT HR>
IC,PCM1716E 28P
SI-JR4-580-00B
SI-TO7-040-00F
SI-CB5-331-00A
SI-HI6-417-03B
SI-AL4-981-92B
IC,NJM4580M
IC,TC7W04FU
IC,CS5331A-KS<HR>
IC,HD6417034AFI20
IC,AT49F8192A-90TC
SI-MQ5-316-25A
SI-SS2-402-10A
SI-TI7-437-40K
SI-XL9-536-15B
SI-RH3-308-00A
IC,V53C16256HK50
IC,KS24C021CS
IC,SN74AHC374PWLE
IC,XC9536-15VQ44C-PROG
IC,BA3308<HR>
SI-KE4-558-00A
SI-SA8-661-12C
87-001-196-010
IC,KIA4558P<HR>
IC,LC866112B-5N21
IC,KIA7042P
TRANSISTOR
!
ST-R44-190-0AA
ST-R31-980-9AC
ST-R11-510-0AA
ST-R10-370-9BB
87-A30-273-040
TR,KTC4419<U>
TR,KTC3198-TP-BL
TR,KSB1151-Y
C-TR,2SA1037K-Q
TR,DTC124EK
89-324-122-080
ST-R15-040-9BF
ST-R15-050-9AD
ST-R10-000-9BM
87-026-609-080
TR,2SC2412KR
TR,KTA1504S-Y<EXCEPT HR>
TR,KTA1505S-Y
TR,UMZ1N 3K
TR,KTA1266-GR
ST-R10-300-9AE
ST-R10-500-9AB
ST-R10-500-9AD
TR,KRC103M<K,EZ>
TR,KRC105M
TR,KRA105M
DIODE
C232
C271
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C279
C280
C281
C284
C2D1
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C2D2
C2D3
C2D4
C2D5
C2M1
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H81-07F-611
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,100UF-16V
C340
C361
C362
C363
C364
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H81-07F-611
87-A12-114-080
SC-H81-07F-611
87-A12-114-080
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,100UF-16V<HR>
C-CAP,TN 22UF-6.3V<HR>
C-CAP,100UF-16V<HR>
C-CAP,TN 22UF-6.3V<HR>
C367
C368
C369
C370
C371
SC-H81-07F-611
87-A12-114-080
SC-H81-07F-611
87-A12-114-080
SC-H81-07F-611
C-CAP,100UF-16V<HR>
C-CAP,TN 22UF-6.3V<HR>
C-CAP,100UF-16V<HR>
C-CAP,TN 22UF-6.3V<HR>
C-CAP,100UF-16V<HR>
C372
C375
C382
C383
C384
87-A12-114-080
SC-H81-07F-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
C-CAP,TN 22UF-6.3V<HR>
C-CAP,100UF-16V<EXCEPT
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V<EXCEPT
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V<EXCEPT
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V<EXCEPT
C406
C407
C409
C410
C419
SC-H81-07F-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
C-CAP,100UF-16V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C421
C429
C430
C536
L201
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H81-07F-611
SC-H81-07F-611
SC-H71-06F-621
S2-00H-JC1-02A
C-CAP,47UF-6.3V
C-CAP,100UF-16V
C-CAP,100UF-16V
C-CAP,10UF-16V
CER,FILTER HB-1M2012-102JT
L202
L203
L204
L207
L208
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
L211
L2A1
L2A2
L301
L302
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
L303
L304
L305
L306
L307
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
L308
L309
L371
L401
L402
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT<HR>
HB-1M2012-102JT<EXCEPT HR>
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
CER,FILTER
HB-1M2012-102JT<HR>
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
HB-1M2012-102JT
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S2-00H-JC1-02A
S6-30R-BE0-340
S6-30H-XC1-15A
S6-30R-BE0-340
CER,FILTER HB-1M2012-102JT
CER,FILTER HB-1M2012-102JT
CONN,BOAR2254-30S-T
CONN,04-6232-115-008-800
CONN,BOAR2254-30S-T
87-017-352-010
SD-R18-020-9AA
SD-R10-451-0AA
SD-R15-402-0BA
SD-R10-400-0AA
DIODE,RU3YXLF-C1 100V2
DIODE,ERA18-02KFRB
DIODE,B10A45V1
DIODE,1N5402
DIODE,RZ1040<U>
87-020-331-080
DIODE,DAN202K
L4M1
L501
L502
L503
L505
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
C-CAP,10UF-6.3V
L506
L507
P3901
P5502
P5901
-8-
DESCRIPTION
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H84-76C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
DIODE,ERA22-10<EXCEPT U>
DIODE,ERA22-06<U>
DIODE,EU01W
DIODE,1SS133
DIODE,RL104
SC-H71-06C-611
SC-H71-06C-611
KANRI
NO.
C272
C274
C275
C276
C278
87-A40-284-080
SD-D22-060-9AA
SD-D01-000-9AC
87-020-465-080
SD-R10-400-9AB
MAIN C.B
PART NO.
HR>
HR>
HR>
HR>
ELECTRICAL MAIN PARTS LIST - 2/3
REF. NO
PMD02
PMD03
PMD04
X301
X501
PART NO.
KANRI
DESCRIPTION
NO.
S6-30R-FB0-2W0
CONN,04-6232-123-008-80
S6-30R-FB0-2H0
CONN,04-6232-108-008-800
S6-30R-3S0-06F
CONN,5P
S2-02R-BL0-1A0
X'TAL,HC-49/SM5H
S2-12S-AML-CB0
RESONATOR CSTCV20.00MXJ040-TC
REF. NO
INTERFACE C.B
BC101
BD101
C100
!C101
!C102
S6-360-04C-000
87-070-173-010
87-010-408-040
S6-240-88F-000
S6-240-88F-000
COIL,BFS3550R2FD8<EXCEPT U>
DIODE,S1WBA60
CAP,E 47UF-50V<EXCEPT U>
CAP,PCX2 275V 0.1UF,M
CAP,PCX2 275V 0.1UF,M<EXCEPT U>
!C103
!C103
!C105
!C106
C111
SC-E10-7CT-610
SC-E68-6CU-611
87-016-375-010
S6-240-87B-000
87-010-403-040
CAP,100UF-350V<U>
CAP,E 68UF-400V<EXCEPT U>
CAP,0.01UF-630V
CAP,100P-1KV
CAP,E 3.3-50V<U>
!C114
!C114
C116
C118
C119
87-012-379-010
S6-240-86B-000
87-010-387-010
87-010-112-080
87-010-408-040
CAP,3300PF-400V<EXCEPT U>
CAP,103-400V<U>
CAP,E 470UF-25V KME
CAP,E 100-16V
CAP,E 47UF-50V
!C120
C121
!C122
C123
C124
S6-240-86B-000
SC-E22-76F-638
SC-G33-10U-510
87-010-237-910
87-010-237-910
CAP,103-400V<U>
CAP,E 220UF-16V
CAP,CER 330PF-400V<EXCEPT U>
CAP,E 1000UF-16V
CAP,E 1000UF-16V
C125
C126
C127
C129
C130
87-010-375-080
87-010-387-010
87-010-408-080
SC-E47-7CD-638
87-010-112-080
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
330-10V
470UF-25V KME
47-50V
470UF-10V
100-16V
C131
C134
C137
C140
C601
87-010-112-080
87-010-112-080
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
87-010-378-080
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
100-16V
100-16V
470UF-10V
470UF-10V
10-16V<EXCEPT HR>
C602
C603
C604
C663
C6Z1
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
87-010-380-080
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
470UF-10V<EXCEPT HR>
470UF-10V<EXCEPT HR>
47-16V<K,EZ>
470UF-10V<K,EZ>
470UF-10V<U>
C6Z2
C6Z3
C6Z4
C6Z5
C6Z6
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
SC-E47-7CD-638
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
470UF-10V<U>
470UF-10V<U>
470UF-10V<K,EZ>
470UF-10V<K,EZ>
470UF-10V<K,EZ>
C801
C802
C803
C804
C806
87-010-378-080
87-010-112-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-112-080
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
10-16V<HR>
100-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
100-16V<HR>
C807
C810
C812
C813
C814
87-010-378-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-380-080
87-010-378-080
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
10-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
47-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
C818
C824
C902
C906
C907
87-010-380-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-378-080
87-010-408-080
87-010-378-080
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
CAP,E
47-16V<HR>
10-16V<HR>
10-16V
47-50V
10-16V
C912
C913
C914
DIG901
!F101
87-010-380-080
87-010-380-080
87-010-380-080
S3-02R-V10-3A0
S5-850-11T-000
CAP,E 47-16V
CAP,E 47-16V
CAP,E 47-16V
DIGITRON 7-BT-273GN
FUSE,1600MA 250V<EXCEPT U>
!F101
!F102
S5-850-27B-000
87-001-196-010
FUSE,1600MA 250V<U>
ICP-N10 T104<EXCEPT U>
-9-
PART NO.
F602
F603
F604
F605
F606
KANRI
DESCRIPTION
NO.
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
F607
F608
F609
F610
F611
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
CFI06B1H101MF<U>
CFI06B1H101MF<U>
CFI06B1H101MF<U>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
F612
F613
F614
F615
F616
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
CFI06B1H101MF<EXCEPT HR>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
F617
F618
F619
F620
F621
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
SAM,FILTER
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
F622
F801
F802
F803
!FH101
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S2-00H-JC9-01A
S5-860-08B-000
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<K,EZ>
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<HR>
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<HR>
SAM,FILTER CFI06B1H101MF<HR>
HOLDER,FUSE CLIP
!FH102
JK601
JK602
JK602
JK603
S5-860-08B-000
S6-12R-L00-1A0
S6-12R-C00-6G0
S6-12R-C00-6H0
S6-20R-M00-02B
HOLDER,FUSE CLIP
TOTX178 HORIZONTA JK
JACK,RCA<HR,U>
JACK,RCA<K,EZ>
SOCKET 1F-21P<K,EZ>
!L101
L101
L102
L103
L602
S6-161-45E-000
S6-161-45H-000
S6-330-88G-000
S6-330-88D-000
87-005-208-080
FILTER KSE-145E<U>
FILTER SHT LFS2020V4-04350<EXCEPT U>
COIL,CHOCK TP 5MM
COIL,20UH
COIL,100<K,EZ>
L902
LED901
MJ801
MJ802
P6401
87-005-208-080
SD-L32-531-9AA
S6-12R-B00-3A0
S6-12R-B00-3A0
S6-30R-BE0-240
COIL,100
LED SPR325MVWT31(GRN)
JACK,HEADPHONE<HR>
JACK,HEADPHONE<HR>
CONN,BOAR2254-30P-T
P9501
P9902
P9904
!PW101
!R101
S6-30R-BE0-240
S5-617-11D-000
S5-617-11L-000
S5-612-92B-000
S6-140-07A-000
CONN,BOAR2254-30P-T
CONN,GIL-S-04P-S2T2-EF
CONN,12P
GP390 LGC 3P STRAIG P
RES,CEM 2.7/2W
!R102
!R104
!R104
R110
!R111
SR-S10-03K-619
SR-S33-02K-619
SR-S56-02K-619
SR-S12-00J-619
SR-S01-01K-619
RES,100K-2W<EXCEPT U>
RES,M/F 33K-2W<U>
RES,56K-2W<EXCEPT U>
RES,M/F 120-1W<U>
RES,1-2W<U>
!R111
R122
R144
RC901
SW601
SR-S05-10K-619
SR-S12-00J-619
SR-S12-00J-619
S7-12R-193-8GA
S6-00R-SH0-3A0
RES,0.51-2W<EXCEPT U>
RES,M/F 120-1W
RES,M/F 120-1W<U>
REMOTE CONTROLLER RECEI
SW,SLIDE SKQ-23D15-G3-NA<EXCEPT U>
!T101
!T101
!V101
VR801
VR802
S6-420-21G-000
S6-420-23T-000
S6-560-04C-000
S1-10R-RK0-3A0
S1-10R-RK0-3A0
KSE-021G KWANG SUNG NARRO<U>
PT,SHT-023T/KSE-023T<EXCEPT U>
V SVC681D-10A
VOLUME,ROTARY 20KB<HR>
VOLUME,ROTARY 20KB<HR>
VR803
X901
ZD101
ZD102
ZD605
S1-10R-RK0-3A0
S6-160-20P-000
SD-Z56-260-9AA
SD-Z62-000-9BC
SD-Z56-260-9AA
VOLUME,ROTARY 20KB<HR>
CSA6.00MGU MURATA 6MHZ
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B 26MM TP
ZENER,MTZJ6.2B<U>
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B 26MM TP<EXCEPT HR>
ZD606
ZD635
ZD636
ZD637
ZD638
SD-Z56-260-9AA
SD-Z56-260-9AA
SD-Z56-260-9AA
SD-Z56-260-9AA
SD-Z56-260-9AA
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B
26MM
26MM
26MM
26MM
26MM
TP<EXCEPT HR>
TP
TP
TP
TP
ELECTRICAL MAIN PARTS LIST - 3/3
REF. NO
ZD639
ZD640
PART NO.
KANRI
DESCRIPTION
NO.
SD-Z56-260-9AA
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B 26MM TP<K,EZ>
SD-Z56-260-9AA
ZENER,GDZJ5.6B 26MM TP<K,EZ>
KEY1 C.B
P9901
SW901
S5-636-02R-000
S5-562-19B-000
CONN,4P
SW,SKHV10910B
P9903
SW902
SW903
SW904
SW905
S5-636-02S-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
CONN,12P
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW906
SW907
SW908
SW910
SW911
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW912
SW913
SW914
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
S5-562-19B-000
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
SW,SKHV10910B
KEY2 C.B
• Regarding connectors, they are not stocked as they are not the initial order items.
The connectors are available after they are supplied from connector manufacturers upon the order is received.
CHIP RESISTOR PART CODE
Chip Resistor Part Coding
8 8
A
Figure
Resistor Code
Value of resistor
Chip resistor
L
W
t
:A
Resistor Code : A
1.0
0.5
0.35
104
1.6
0.8
0.45
108
2
1.25
0.45
118
3.2
1.6
0.55
128
Dimensions (mm)
Wattage
1/16W
Type
1005
Tolerance
5%
Symbol
CJ
1/16W
1/10W
1608
2125
5%
5%
CJ
CJ
1/8W
3216
5%
CJ
Form
L
t
W
-10-
TRANSISTOR ILLUSTRATION
C
B
E
ECB
KTA1266
KTC3198
ECB
ECB
KTA1015
KTC103
KTC1015
KSB1151
C1
E1
B1
B2
E2
C2
BCE
KTC4419
UMZ1N 3K
-11-
2SA1037
2SC2412
DTC124EK
KTA1504
KTA1505
DVD_LDQM,DVD_SD,CSI
MIRR,TZC
FE,TE,RFRP,SBADD,DVD/CD RF
TEBAL,FEBAL,
DPOCTL,EQF,EQB
Focus, tracking sled
LOADING
MOTOR
spindle
ICDATA[00:15]
M
PICK
UP
IC2A1
SSI33P3721
RF Signal
Processor
IC302
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
IC205
GLT441L16
DRAM
256K x 16bit
ICADDR[0:8]
CD,DVD:A,B,C,D,E,F
SPINDLE
MOTOR
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 1 (OVERALL) <HR>
DISC
IC303
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
DVD_MA[0:11]
DVD_MD[0:15]
DVD_SD_CAS,
DVD_SD_RAS
DVD_SD_CLK
DVD_MWE
DVD_SD_CSO,
DVD_UDQM
MON,SPINDLE_DRV
DVD_DATA[0:7]
loading
M
FDO,TDO,
FMO
OPEN S/W
IC2M1
KA3032
Motor Driver
CLOSE S/W
LIMIT S/W
CD DECK MECHANISM
VF+
SPINDLE_FG
VFloading drive
-24V
IC201
GDC25D801C
CD/DVD DSP
DVD SERVO
SDCLKI, ZISENB
REQZI
3.38688MHz
DA_DATA,
DA_LRCK,
DA_BCK
SENS,FOK,MIRR
MSDATO,DEFECT,DSP_SENSE,
SQSO,SQCK,SCOR,AO[0:5]
XLAT,S_CLK,S_DATA,DO[0:7]
DA_XCK
IC301
ZiVA3-P
MPEG A/V
Decoder
-12-
D[00:07]
5V_D
A[00:02]
3.3V_M
3.3V
2.5V
8V
A.GND,D.NGD,M.GND
POWER CONTROL
IC501
HD6417034AFI20
MAIN
u-COM
S_CLK,S_DATA,
DPLL_L
IIC_DATA,
IIC_CLK
IC304
PLL1700E
CLOCK
GENERATROR
IC901
LC866112B
-5N21
RC901
TSOP2838WE1
REMOCON
RECEIVER
DAC_LO,
S_CLK,
S_DATA
CVBS,
Y,C
Y(G),
Pb(B)
Pr(R)
IC305
SAA7128
27MHz
X-TAL
VIDEO
Encoder
DA_DATA,
DA_LRCK,
DA_BCK
FL DISPLAY
Vsync
5.2VA
5V_A
Hsync
INTERFACE
BOARD
(POWER
SECTION)
27MHz
AC100240V,
50~
60Hz
VDATA[0:7]
8V
IC401
PCM1716E
AUDIO
DAC
IC306/307
BA7660FS
6dB AMP
CVBS,Y,C
Y(G)Pb(B),Pr(R)
L/R
AMP
L/R
CVBS
KEY Input
AUDIO
OUT
Y
C
Y(G) Pb(B) Pr(R)
VIDEO
OUT
DVD_LDQM,DVD_SD,CSI
MIRR,TZC
PICK
UP
FE,TE,RFRP,SBADD,DVD/CD RF
TEBAL,FEBAL,
DPOCTL,EQF,EQB
Focus, tracking sled
LOADING
MOTOR
spindle
ICDATA[00:15]
M
IC2A1
SSI33P3721
RF Signal
Processor
IC302
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
IC205
GLT441L16
DRAM
256K x 16bit
ICADDR[0:8]
CD,DVD:A,B,C,D,E,F
SPINDLE
MOTOR
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 2 (OVERALL) <Except HR>
DISC
IC303
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
DVD_MA[0:11]
DVD_MD[0:15]
DVD_SD_CAS,
DVD_SD_RAS
DVD_SD_CLK
DVD_MWE
DVD_SD_CSO,
DVD_UDQM
MON,SPINDLE_DRV
DVD_DATA[0:7]
loading
M
FDO,TDO,
FMO
OPEN S/W
IC2M1
KA3032
Motor Driver
CLOSE S/W
LIMIT S/W
CD DECK MECHANISM
VF+
SPINDLE_FG
VFloading drive
-13-
-24V
IC201
GDC25D801C
CD/DVD DSP
DVD SERVO
SDCLKI, ZISENB
REQZI
3.38688MHz
DA_DATA,
DA_LRCK,
DA_BCK
SENS,FOK,MIRR
MSDATO,DEFECT,DSP_SENSE,
SQSO,SQCK,SCOR,AO[0:5]
XLAT,S_CLK,S_DATA,DO[0:7]
DA_XCK
IC301
ZiVA4.1
MPEG A/V
Decoder
8V
5.2VA
INTERFACE
BOARD
(POWER
SECTION)
D[00:07]
5V_A
5V_D
Y.SEL
AC100240V,
50~
60Hz
A[00:02]
3.3V_M
3.3V
2.5V
8V
A.GND,D.NGD,M.GND
POWER CONTROL
IC501
HD6417034AFI20
MAIN
u-COM
S_CLK,S_DATA,
DPLL_L
IIC_DATA,
IIC_CLK
IC304
PLL1700E
CLOCK
GENERATROR
Y(G)
Pr(C,R)
Pb(B)
IC372
LA7135A
Switch IC
27MHz
X-TAL
DA_DATA,
DA_LRCK,
DA_BCK
FL DISPLAY
IC901
LC866112B
-5N21
RC901
TSOP2838WE1
REMOCON
RECEIVER
DAC_LO,
S_CLK,
S_DATA
IC401
PCM1716E
AUDIO
DAC
L/R
AMP
L/R
KEY Input
AUDIO
OUT
CVBS
Y
C
Y(G) Pb(B) Pr(R)
VIDEO
OUT
5,7
3,4
VF-24VA
9
RECTIFIER(14V)
D110
LPF
C120,C127,
L102
13
RECTIFIER(9V)
D106
LPF
C116
RECTIFIER(5.2V)
D109
LPF
C124,C125,
L103
TRANS
T101
-14-
SWITCHING TR
Q101,Q102
RECTIFIER
BD101
2
RECTIFIER(FLD)
D107,D108
1
12VA
REG(8V)
IC105
KA78R08
8V
5.2VA
11
Q107
5V_D
LINE FILTER
L101
D114
FEED B.
IC108
LTV-817B
5V_A
2.5V
D113
REG(3.3V)
IC106
PQ3RD13
REG(3.3V)
IC107
PQ3RD13
AC INPUT
PWR CTL
3.3V
3.3V_M
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 3 (POWER) <U>
VF+
5,7
3,4
TRANS
T101
-15-
DRIVE & OVER
CURRENT LIMIT
IC101
STR-C6152T
RECTIFIER
BD101
2
RECTIFIER(FLD)
D107,D108
VF-24VA
9
RECTIFIER(14V)
D110
LPF
C120,C127,
L102
13
RECTIFIER(9V)
D106
LPF
C116
RECTIFIER(5.2V)
D109
LPF
C124,C125,
L103
1
12VA
REG(8V)
IC105
KA78R08
8V
5.2VA
11
Q107
5V_D
LINE FILTER
L101
D114
FEED B.
IC102
LTV-817B
5V_A
2.5V
D113
REG(3.3V)
IC106
PQ3RD13
REG(3.3V)
IC107
PQ3RD13
AC INPUT
PWR CTL
3.3V
3.3V_M
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 4 (POWER) <Except U>
VF+
PICK
UP
CD:A,B,C,D/E,F
4
6
11-16
IC2A1
SSI33P3721
RF Signal
Processdr
19,
36,
41,
42
57
29,
39
FE,TE,PI,SBADD
4
DVD/CD RF
MIRR,TZC
114,118
99,
101,
102,
103
80-82
IC201 175-177
GDC25D801C
CD/DVD DSP
DVD SERVO
162
2
129,
130
ICDATA[00:15]
16
9
30
ICADDR[0:8]
2
-16-
3
166,
168
83,
84,
88
5
SENS,FOK,
MSDATO,DEFECT,DSP_SENSE
2
SQSO,SQCK
3
XLAT,S_CLK,S_DATA
3
DSP_CS,/WR,/RD
8
DO[0:7]
6
AO[0:5]
8
DVD_DATA[0:7]
MCK
To
MAIN u-COM
SECTION
To
MPEG
SECTION
170
Spindle
M/D
IC2M1
KA3032
SpindleMotor,LoadingMotor,
Actuator Driver
focus,tracking,loading,sled
IC205
DRAM
256K x 16bit
FDO,TDO,FMO
SPINDLE_FG
Load open/close(loading control)
SPINDLE_FG
MON,MDP
To
MAIN u-COM
SECTION
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 5 (RF/CD DSP/DVD SERVO)
DVD:A,B,C,D,
70,78,
131,132,
134
To
MAIN u-COM
SECTION
S_DATA
S_CLK
DAC_L0
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 6 (AUDIO)
DAC_RST
22
26
27
28
L
-17-
IC401
PCM1716E
Audio DAC
DA_LRCK
To
MPEG
SECTION
DA_BCK
DA_XCK
DA_DATA0
1
3
5
2
2
18
R
13
6
1
IC402
LPF &Buffer
NJM4580M
OP AMP
7
L
R
To
JACK
SECTION
8
2
SDCLK1,ZISENB
REQZ1
To
MAIN
u-COM
SECTION
3
D[00:07]
8
3,166,
167
192,
196
191
A[00:02]
DA_DATA0
161
IC301
ZiVA3-P
MPEG A/V
Decoder
2
SPDIF
159
157,
158
2
30
HSYNC,VSYNC
7,8
IC305
SAA7128
NTSC/PAL
Encoder
8
VDATA[0:7]
MPEG_ERROR
200
MPEG_RST
169
-18-
13
82,84,
85,86 90
177
80
88
To
AUDIO
SECTION
DA_BCK,DA_XCK,DA_LRCK
DA_XCK
DVD_DATA[0:7]
To
DVD DSP
SECTION
DA_XCK
MPEG_CLK
CVBS
2
Y
4
C
7
27
24
40
41,42
4
23
Pb
2
Pr
7
DVD_MD[0:15]
DVD_MA[0:11]
12
10
Y
C
IC307
BA7660FS
6dB AMP
15
3
To
JACK
SECTION
Pb
Pr
10
IIC_DATA,IIC_CLK
DAC_RST
DVD_LDQM
16
DVD_SD_CS1
DVD_SD_CS0
3
CVBS
Y
2
DVD_LDQM
15
Y
29
79
IC306
BA7660FS
6dB AMP
To
MAIN
u-COM
SECTION
DVD_UDQM
4
14
18
36
IC302
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
11
DVD_SD_CAS
DVD_SD_RAS
DVD_SD_CLK
DVD_MWE
15-17,35
36
15-17,35
18
14
IC303
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
17
S_CLK,S_DATA,DPLL_L
1,19,20
IC304
PLL1700E
CLOCK
GENERATROR 12
5
6
X301
27MHz
X-TAL
MCK
3
To
DVD DSP
SECTION
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 7 (MPEG) <HR>
DAI_DATA
171
SDCLK1,ZISENB
2
REQZ1
To
MAIN
u-COM
SECTION
3
D[00:07]
8
2
171,
173
172
A[00:02]
DA_DATA0
161
IC301
ZiVA4.1
MPEG A/V
Decoder
SPDIF
127
CVBS
133
MPEG_ERROR
CVBS/G/Y
3
Y/B/U
174
C/R/V
151
125
5
159
-19-
78,90,
91,94 95
96
CVBS
Y
15
139
145
MPEG_RST
To
AUDIO
SECTION
DA_BCK,DA_XCK,DA_LRCK
122,126
DA_XCK
8
10
6
C
19
IC372
LA7135A
SwitchIC
Y(G)
21
PB(B)
13
DA_XCK
MPEG_CLK
PR(R)
17
1,2
To
JACK
SECTION
77
Y.SEL
16
DVD_MD[0:15]
DVD_MA[0:11]
12
To
MAIN
u-COM
SECTION
DVD_LDQM
DVD_SD_CS0
DVD_SD_CS1
DVD_LDQM
4
14,36 18
IC302
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
11
DVD_SD_CAS
DVD_SD_RAS
DVD_SD_CLK
DVD_MWE
15-17,35
18 14,36
15-17,35
IC303
GM72V161621ET-7
1M x 16bit
SDRAM
17
S_CLK,S_DATA,DPLL_L
1,19,20
IC304
PLL1700E
CLOCK
GENERATROR 12
5
6
X301
27MHz
X-TAL
MCK
3
To
DVD DSP
SECTION
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 8 (MPEG) <Except HR>
To
DVD DSP
SECTION
DVD_DATA[0:7]
To
MPEG
SECTION
MPEG_ERROR
,DAC_L0
,RF_LAT
,/DSP_CS
,/MPEG_CS
,/PP_CS 16:9,
,Y_SEL
,,MPEG_RST
LD_ON,LOAD CLOSE,MIRR,ACT_MUTE
LOAD_OPEN,SPINDLE_FG
16:9,SYSTEM_SW
D[00:07],A[00:05], ,E_SIN,E_CLK
LOCK,DEFECT,FOK,DSP_SENSE,
D[00:07],A[00:02],IIC_CLK,IIC_DATA,SCLK, MPEG_RST
,MPEG_INT,V_MUTE,DAC_RST,Y_SEL
IC504
EEPROM
KS24C02KS
IIC_CLK
,IIC_DATA 2
8
D[00:07]
SENS_MCOM
, MICOM_WAIT
8
-2010
/IOCS1,/WR 2
IC505
SN74AHC374P
A[19:21]
3
D[00:04]
5
IC501
HD6417034AFI20
EXP_W2
2
,/PWR_CTL
/PWR_CTL
,SENS,LIMIT_SW
,MIC_ON,CLOSE_SW
,OPEN_SW,MPEG_WAIT
,/WR,/IOCS1,
,M_RESET
To
TIMER
SECTION
8
2
IC506
XC9536
A[01:22] 22
8
M_RESET
,RXD0
,TXD0
,SCK0
,F_REQ
,MODE_SW
,M_REQ,
,ECHO
16
A[01:20]
To
DRIVE & RF
SECTION
To
DVD DSP
SECTION
16
D[00:15]
16
D[00:15]
20
IC502
AT49F8192A
FLASH
ROM
A[01:09]
9
D[00:15]
IC503
V53C16256HK
DRAM
DAC_RST
,E_DR
,/S_XRST
,XLAT
,ACT_MUTE
,LOAD_OPEN
,LOAD CLOSE
,/PWR_RST
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 9 (µ-COM)
To
JACK
SECTION
MJ801
MIC1
Microphone
Signal
PREAMP
IC801
BA3308
AMP
IC802
KIA4558
AUDIO
ADC
IC4M1
CS5331A-KS
-21DVD DSP
IC201
GDC25D801C
MPEG
IC301
ZIVA3-P
AUDIO
DAC
IC401
PCM1716E
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 10 (KARAOKE) <HR>
MJ801
MIC1
WIRE HARNESS DIAGRAM
P3901
DOWNLOAD
JIG
KEY 1 C.B
KEY 2 C.B
16:9
DVD MECHA.
PICK UP CB
P5901
INTERFACE
C.B
MAIN C.B
ECH_VOL
MIC_ON
DVD MECHA.
LOADING
MOTOR C.B
DVD MECHA.
SPINDLE
MOTOR C.B
-22-
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 (MAIN -1/5, AUDIO SECTION)
MAIN-1/5 (AUDIO SECTION) C.B
PQ20WZ5U
HB-1M2012-102JT
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
E1-E8
E7
E8
47UF/6.3V
HB-1M2012-102JT
D1
(1/3)
D2
D5
OPAMP
NC
Vcc1
VoutL
EXTL
Vcc2L
AGND2L
D17
47UF/6.3V
AGND1
VoutR
NC
EXTR
AGND2R
Vcc2R
RST
CS/IWO
ZERO
Vdd
DGND
XTO
MUTE
MD/DM0
MODE
XTI
CLKO
BCKIN
ML/IIS
MC/DM1
DIN
LRCIN
AUDIO DAC
100UF/16V
D6
D7
D8
(1/3)
D4
(1/3)
D3
(3/3)
D9
47UF/6.3V
To
MAIN-4/5
(MPEG)
D1-D19
D10
47UF/6.3V
(3/3)
D11
(3/3)
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D18
D19
<HRJNK>
L2
L3
L1
R3
R8
<HRJNK>
HB-1M2012-102JT
CS5331A-KS
(2/3)
(2/3)
(2/3)
AUDIO L SIGNAL
AUDIO R SIGNAL
-23-
To
MPEG
SECTION
L1-L3
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
R3,R8
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2 (MAIN -2/5, DRIVE & RF SECTION)
To
DVD MECHA.
PICK UP CB
(2/3)
MAIN-2/5 (DRIVE & RF SECTION) C.B
G19
H11
HB-1M2012-102JT
(3/3)
H12
R2
R1
R8
G8
R3
7.5K
REF
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
R1-R3,R5,R8
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
H11-H13
HB-1M2012-102JT
10U/6.3V
H13
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
G19
(1/3)
R5
4
5.6K
1 6
G9
SSI33P3721
RF SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MOTOR DRIVE
G10
2
3
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
G8-G13
G11
1
G12
G13
H1
H2
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
H1-H7
H3
H8
H9
H7
G14
H4
G15
DTC124EK
H5
H6
G7
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
G1-G7
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
H8,H9
G1
G16
G2
G3
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
G14-G18
G4
G5
DTC124EK
G6
DTC124EK
-TE1
G17
G18
H10
TRACKING LOOP
SLED LOOP
FOCUS LOOP
SPINDLE LOOP
WAVEFORM
To
DVD MECHA.
LOADING
MOTOR C.B
To
DVD MECHA.
SPINDLE
MOTOR C.B
-24-
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
H10
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3 (MAIN -3/5, DVD DSP SECTION)
(1/4)
(1/3)
MAIN-3/5 (DVD DSP SECTION) C.B
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
IC205
GLT441L16
DRAM
F10
F11
F12
F13
VCC
F14
F15
F16
F17
10UF/6.3V
F18
VCC GND
F19
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
F1-F37
F20
F21
F22
NC
F23
NC
F24
NC
F25
F26
F27
NC
F28
F29
F30
F31
F32
VCC GND
F33
F34
F35
F36
(2/3)
5
R5
F37
G3
G18
R8
G1
R7
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
R5,R7,R8
(3/3)
G2
(2/3)
IC201
GDC25D801C
CD/DVD DSP
DVD SERVO
G4
G13
G10
G16
G9
(2/4)
G17
G11
(1/3)
G15
To
MAIN-2/5
(DRIVE & RF)
G1-G19
G12
G19
G6
G7
G5
G8
G14
(4/4)
6
5
K2
K1
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
(3/3)
* L201-L204,L207,L208,L211
HB-1M2012-102JT
K11
SLED LOOP
FOCUS LOOP
SPINDLE LOOP
(3/4)
(3/3)
(2/3)
(1/3)
TRACKING LOOP
WAVEFORM
-25-
K9
K10
K3
K12
To
MAIN-4/5
(MPEG)
K1-K12
(1/3)
MAIN-4/5 (MPEG SECTION) C.B <HR>
(2/3)
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4 (MAIN -4/5, MPEG SECTION) <HR>
(2/3)
To
INTERFACE-1/3 C.B
(JACK)
P6401
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
K1-K12
K8
K9
5
K10
K11
K12
ZIVA3-P
MPEG A/V
DECODER
2
6
(2/3)
D1
(3/3)
9
7
D2
D3
D4
D5
VIDEO
11 4
ENCODER
D6
D7
D8
1
D9
3
D10
8
To
MAIN-1/5
(AUDIO)
D1-D19
D11
10
D12
D13
D14
1
D15
D16
D18
D19
D17
(1/3)
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
6dB AMP
C6
C7
6dB AMP
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
C1-C27
C14
C15
C16
(1/3)
(3/3)
C17
C18
C25
C20
C21
C22
6.3V
C23
C24
CKE
VCCQ
VSSQ
VCCQ
C19
C26
C27
ET-7
VCC GND
SDRAM
VCCQ
CLOCK
GEN.
(3/3)
DPLL_L
MODE
27MHz
GND
DA_XCK
WAVEFORM
* L301-L309
HB-1M2012-102JT
-26-
2SC2412
2SC2412
VDDB
XT1
GNDB
GND
SCK02
VDDP
SCK04
MCKO
(3/3)
S_DATA
MICOM_RESET
RSV
(3/3)
S_CLK
VDD
XT2
VCCQ
VSSQ
ET-7
VSSQ
VCC GND
L1
SDRAM
MCK
MPEG_CLK
L2
L3
R4
R6
R8
2SC2412
R7
2SC2412
To
MAIN-1/5
(AUDIO)
L1-L3
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
R4,R6-R8
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 (MAIN -4/5, MPEG SECTION) <Except HR>
MAIN-4/5 (MPEG SECTION) C.B <U, K, EZ>
To
INTERFACE-1/3 C.B
(JACK)
P6401
(2/3)
(2/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
1%
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
K1-K12
K8
K9
K10
K11
K12
(2/3)
(1/3)
(2/3)
MPEG A/V
DECODER
D1
(3/3)
D2
D3
D4
D5
A
(2/3)
D6
D7
(3/3)
SWITCH
D8
D9
D10
To
MAIN-1/5
(AUDIO)
D1-D17
D11
6.3V
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
6.3V
/MADDR11
(1/3)
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
6.3V
C7
C8
C9
(3/3)
C10
C11
C12
C13
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
C1-C24
6.3V
2SC2412KR
(BR)
* L301-L308,L371
HB-1M2012-102JT
2SC2412KR
(BR)
2SC2412KR
(BR)
2SC2412KR
(BR)
2SC2412KR
(BR)
(1/3)
CKE
VSSQ
VCCQ
MPEG_CLK
2SC2412KR
(BR)
2SC2412KR
(BR)
C14
S
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
L1
(3/3)
VCC GND
VCCQ
VSSQ
SDRAM
ET-7
CLOCK
GEN.
DPLL_L
S_CLK
R6
S_DATA
R8
VDD
MICOM_RESET
R7
GND
DA_XCK
VCCQ
XT2
GNDB
GND
SCK02
RSV
MCKO
-27-
VDDB
XT1
VDDP
27MHz
L3
R4
MODE
VSSQ
VCC GND
(3/3)
SDRAM
ET-7
L2
SCK04
MCK
MPEG_CLK
To
MAIN-1/5
(AUDIO)
L1-L3
To
MAIN-5/5
(MAIN u-COM)
R4,R6-R8
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 (MAIN -5/5, MAIN µ-COM SECTION)
MAIN-5/5 (MAIN u-COM SECTION) C.B
H6
H3
H2
H4
To
MAIN-2/5
(DRIVE & RF)
H1-H13
H5
H1
H10
H7
H8
H9
H11
H12
H13
(1/5)
(1/5)
EXPANDER
VCC VSS
OE
OE
VSS
VCC
F5
GND
AT49F8192A
FLASH ROM
WE
(1/6)
VCC
(1/4)
BYTE
F17
GND
F1
F16
50
DRAM
RESET
(2/6)
(6/6)
(1/3)
F6
F7
(4/4)
F18
F27
DOWNLOAD
JIG
F30
F22
F19
F21
F20
R1
F28
R2
F26
R3
R4
F32
To
MAIN-3/5
(DVD DSP)
F1-F37
R5
(3/4)
F33
R6
F34
R7
F31
(4/6)
To
MAIN-1/5~4/5
(AUDIO,
DRIVE & RF,
DVD DSP,
MPEG)
R1-R8
R8
F29
F25
F36
F2
F3
0
0
F4
F8
R592
R596
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
HD6417034AFI20
MAIN u-COM
F14
F15
F23
F24
(2/5)
<UBK,KNK,EZBK/EZNK>
F35
(5/5)
C536
10µ/16V
(5/5)
(2/5)
F37
<UBK,KNK,EZBK/EZNK>
(3/3)
C3
(2/4)
(3/3)
C4
C5
C8
To
MAIN-4/5
(MPEG)
C1-C27
C9
C10
C11
R507 0
C12
R508 0
CPLD
C13
C14
C15
C23
C2
C17
C18
C16
C6
C19
C22
(4/4)
(1/4)
C7
C24
C1
C20
C21
DAC_RST C25
IIC_CLK C26
IIC_DATA C27
(3/5)
To
INTERFACE-1/3 C.B
(TIMER)
P9501
(3/5)
(3/3) DAC_RST
(1/3)
IIC_CLK
KS24C021CS
EEPROM
(1/3) IIC_DATA
<HRJNK>
(2/3)
(2/3)
(2/3)
(4/5)
(4/5)
E3
(5/6)
* L501-L503,L505-L507
HB-1M2012-102JT
(3/4)
E8
(2/4)
E2
E7
(3/6)
To
MAIN-1/5
(AUDIO)
E1-E8
E6
E1
E4
E5
-28-
WIRING - 1 (MAIN C.B) <HR>
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
P3901
To
INTERFACE C.B
P6401
MAIN C.B <HR>
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
A
B
5
4
8
1
C
D
B
E
B
E
B
E
1
8
4
5
B
E
C
C
C
8
5
10
1
E
B
E
C
F
C
G
8 5
H
6 4
1 4 1 3
I
22
18
14
10
6
2
8
1
5
8
5
1
4
23
21
J
17
13
K
9
5
L
1
1
8
4
5
M
E B
C
4
C
8
2
E
B
N
7
1
O
P
Q
5
R
1
C
B E
15
14
9
10
5
6
C
B E
C
1
2
P5502
DOWN LOAD
JIG
8
5
1
4
S
E
B
T
P5901
To
INTERFACE C.B
P9501
PMD04
To
DVD MECHA.
LOADING
MOTOR C.B
-29-
PMD02
To
DVD MECHA.
PICK UP C.B
PMD03
To
DVD MECHA.
SPINDLE
MOTOR C.B
U
WIRING - 2 (MAIN C.B) <Except HR>
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
P3901
To
INTERFACE C.B
P6401
MAIN C.B <U, K, EZ>
2
1
A
B
45
35
26
B
B
E
E
B
E
B
E
C
B
E
B
5
15
E
25
28
20
C
C
C
B
E
5
4
8
1
25
20
10
1
C
5
C
1
C
26
C
C
40
D
50
E
B
104
5
15
30
53
E
1
F
1
10 14
1
24
G
5
6 4
1
4 1 3
H
1
8
156
13
12
157
208
I
18
14
35
30
25
21
10
52
17
64
1
13
55
49
48
9
2
5
10
15
16
33
17
1
32
L
20
8
8
5
1
8
4
5
5
E B
C
1
1
4
4
C
8
22
156
N
7
2
11
1
21
10
105
E
B
12
23
24 20
M
1
33
O
1
34
44
56
37
P
29
28
1
5
K
40
10
6
J
157
40
23
21
208
22
53
50
C
52
E
105
B
104
30
57
31
48
1
Q
36
5
25
35
4548
12
R
1
25
24
13
84
32
C
B E
15
14
9
10
5
6
P5502
DOWN LOAD
JIG
1
2
C
B E
C
8
5
1
4
E
85
B
112
S
T
P5901
To
INTERFACE C.B
P9501
PMD04
To
DVD MECHA.
LOADING
MOTOR C.B
-30-
PMD02
To
DVD MECHA.
PICK UP C.B
PMD03
To
DVD MECHA.
SPINDLE
MOTOR C.B
U
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7 (INTERFACE - 1/3, TIMER SECTION) (KEY1, KEY2 SECTION) <HR>
SW904
SW903
STOP
PLAY
SW902
OPEN/CLOSE
KEY1 C.B
(1/4)
KEY2 C.B
(2/4)
INTERFACE-2/3 (TIMER SECTION) C.B <HR>
7-BT-273GN
STANDBY/ON
SW907
SW906
SW905
MENU
/
/
SW908
SW911 SW912
SW913
SW914
SW910
ENTER
LC866112B-5N21
FRONT CONTROL
RESET
To
INTERFACE-2/3
(JACK)
B1-B10
REMOCON
RECEIVER
B5
B4
B8
B9
B2
B1
B3
B7
B10
B6
TSOP2838WE1
(3/3)
(2/3)
A1
A2
A4
A3
A11
PREAMP
(3/4)
A16
A14
A13
A15
A8
MF
A9
A7
A12
A5
A10
A6
MIC 1
(1/3)
(4/4)
MIC 2
VOL
MF
MIC 2
MIC 1
VOL
To
MAIN-5/5 C.B
(MAIN u-COM)
P5901
P
AMP
MF
1.8K
22K
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
-31-
DIGITAL
ECHO
A17
To
INTERFACE-3/3
(POWER)
A1-A17
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8 (INTERFACE - 1/3, TIMER SECTION) (KEY1, KEY2 SECTION) <Except HR>
SW904
STOP
SW903
PLAY
SW902
OPEN/CLOSE
KEY1 C.B
(1/4)
KEY2 C.B
(2/4)
INTERFACE-1/3 (TIMER SECTION) C.B <U, K, EZ>
7-BT-273GN
STANDBY/ON
SW907
SW906
SW905
MENU
/
/
SW908
SW911 SW912
SW913
SW914
SW910
ENTER
LC866112B-5N21
FRONT CONTROL
RESET
To
INTERFACE-2/3
(JACK)
B1-B10
B5
B4
B8
B9
B2
B1
B3
B7
B10
B6
TSOP2838WE1
REMOCON
RECEIVER
(2/3)
(3/3)
A1
A2
A4
A3
A11
(3/4)
A16
To
A14
INTERFACE-3/3
A13
(POWER)
A1-A17
A15
A8
A9
A7
A12
A5
A10
A6
(1/3)
(4/4)
To
MAIN-5/5 C.B
(MAIN u-COM)
P5901
-32-
A17
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 (INTERFACE -2/3, JACK SECTION) <HR>
INTERFACE-2/3 (JACK SECTION) C.B <HR>
JK602
AUDIO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
(
VIDEO
OUT
R
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
L
Y
AUDIO
OUT2
Pr
Pb
R
L
)
)
4
3
1
2
GDZJ5.6B
MF
MF
GDZJ5.6B
(
S-VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
(1/3)
(1/3)
To
MAIN-4/5 C.B
(MPEG)
P3901
D603
C608
0.047UF
KTC3198
T/W
D604
B1
T/W
KTC3198
B2
B3
B4
To
INTERFACE-1/3
(TIMER)
B1-B10
B5
B6
B7
B8
KTA1266-GR
B9
B10
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
OPTICAL
COMP.VIDEO
S VIDEO (Y)
S VIDEO (C)
AUDIO (L)
AUDIO (R)
-33-
J613
J612
J610
(3/3)
(3/3)
J609
C6Z2
C6Z3
Pb(B)
Pr(R)
J608
C6Z1
Y(G)
J607
J606
ZD638
GDZJ5.6B
ZD637
GDZJ5.6B
J605
(2/3)
R6M3
R6M1
R6M4
R6M2
(2/3)
ZD636
GDZJ5.6B
ZD635
GDZJ5.6B
J602
R622
22
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 (INTERFACE -2/3, JACK SECTION) <U>
INTERFACE-2/3 (JACK SECTION) C.B <U>
JK602
AUDIO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
(
VIDEO
OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
R
L
Y
AUDIO
OUT2
Pr
Pb
R
L
)
)
4
3
1
2
MF
C6Z3
470U/10V
(1/3)
470U/10V
D603
C608
0.047UF
KTC3198
T/W
D604
B1
T/W
KTC3198
B2
B3
B4
To
B5
INTERFACE-1/3
B6
(TIMER)
B1-B10
B7
B8
KTA1266-GR
B9
B10
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
OPTICAL
COMP.VIDEO
S VIDEO (Y)
S VIDEO (C)
AUDIO (L)
AUDIO (R)
-34-
(3/3)
(3/3)
F611
Pb(B)
F609
F608
T/W
(1/3)
To
MAIN-4/5 C.B
(MPEG)
P3901
MF
MF
C6Z2
470U/10V
MF
MF
C6Z1
470U/10V
Pr(R)
ZD638
GDZJ5.6B
(2/3)
R6M3
R6M1
R6M4
R6M2
(2/3)
ZD636
GDZJ5.6B
470U/10V
Y(G)
ZD637
GDZJ5.6B
ZD635
GDZJ5.6B
F607
R622
22
MF
MF
MF
GDZJ5.6B
MF
MF
MF
GDZJ5.6B
(
S-VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 (INTERFACE -2/3, JACK SECTION) <K, EZ>
INTERFACE-2/3 (JACK SECTION) C.B <K, EZ>
To
21PIN SCART
CONNECTOR
JK602
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
)
2
ZD640
GDZJ5.6B
MF
MF
MF
MF
F616
MF
F615
F614
MF
MF
MF
MF
C6Z6
470U/10V
ZD637
GDZJ5.6B
ZD635
GDZJ5.6B
F611
R622
22
MF
MF
MF
GDZJ5.6B
MF
MF
MF
C6Z5
470U/10V
ZD639
GDZJ5.6B
1
MF
3
MF
4
GDZJ5.6B
)
MF
(
VIDEO
OUT
JK603
DIGITAL
OUT
(
S-VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
FR
CENTER
(3/3)
FL
C6Z4
470U/10V
WOOFER
ZD638
GDZJ5.6B
ZD636
GDZJ5.6B
470U/10V
(2/3)
470U/10V
KTA1266-GR
To
MAIN-4/5 C.B
(MPEG)
P3901
470U/10V
D603
C608
0.047UF
KTC3198
T/W
D604
B1
T/W
KTC3198
B2
B3
(1/3)
B4
To
B5
INTERFACE-1/3
B6
(TIMER)
B1-B10
100U
B7
47U/16V
0.01UF
680
680
B8
KTA1266-GR
B9
B10
100
KTA1266-GR
*
T/W:JUMPER WIRE
OPTICAL
COMP.VIDEO
S VIDEO (Y)
S VIDEO (C)
AUDIO (L)
AUDIO (R)
100
-35-
KTA1266-GR
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 (INTERFACE -3/3, POWER SECTION) <U>
INTERFACE-3/3 (POWER SECTION) C.B <U>
TRANS
A1
-02
A2
350V
GDZJ5.6B
A3
GDZJ6.2B
A4
-02
A5
A6
PQ3RD13
3.3V REG
A7
A8
1W
275V
A9
PQ3RD13
3.3V REG
-01
A10
A11
8V REG
A12
-10A
A13
-Y
A14
(T/W)
A15
470 /10V
3
1
2
A16
LTV-817B
A17
AC INPUT
To
NTERFACE-1/3
(TIMER)
A1-A17
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
-36-
Warning
Parts that are shaded are critical
With respect to risk of fire or
electricial shock.
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 13 (INTERFACE -3/3, POWER SECTION) <Except U>
INTERFACE-3/3 (POWER SECTION) C.B <HR, K, EZ>
TRANS
A1
A2
GDZJ5.6B
A3
A4
275V
-02
A5
PQ3RD13
3.3V REG
A6
A7
A8
A9
275V
PQ3RD13
3.3V REG
400V
-C1
A10
A11
8V REG
A12
-10A
A13
-Y
A14
(1/2W)
DRIVE &
OVER CURRENT LIMIT
A15
LTV-817B
3
1
2
A16
A17
To
NTERFACE-1/3
(TIMER)
A1-A17
AC INPUT
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
Warning
Parts that are shaded are critical
With respect to risk of fire or
electricial shock.
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
-37-
WIRING - 3 (INTERFACE C.B) <HR>
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
S-VIDEO
OUT
INTERFACE C.B
<HR>
AUDIO
OUT2
DIGITAL
OUT
4
1
18
17
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
16
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
VIDEO
OUT
Y
R
L
Pb
6
5
4
3
2
1
A
AC INPUT
AUDIO
OUT
Pr
L
15
SW601
PAL
NTSC
AUTO
B
3
2
3
C
3
J610
1
D
J608
1
19
R
JK601
DIGITAL
OUT
20
J609
30
J606
J607
J605
E
T/W
T/W
T/W
J612
3
J613
T/W
1
J602
31
F
1
6
5
10
9
T/W
T/W
2
2
4
14
13
18
17
22
21
26
25
30
29
3
5
G
T/W
1
T/W
P6401
To
MAIN C.B
P3901
E
C
B
E
E
C
C
B
B
H
1
3
4
2
1
2
3
4
I
J
3
1
13
11
9
7
5
T/W
K
1
6
5
10
9
14
13
18
17
22
21
26
25
30
29
1
4
L
B
C
T/W
P9501
To
MAIN C.B
P5901
2
M
E
B
C
E
N
O
1
4
1
4
T/W
P
B
B
C
C
E
E
1
4
Q
1
R
3
3
1
1
3
3
1
S
1
3
2
1
3
2
T
P9904
To
KEY2 C.B
P9903
U
1
3
32
RC901
(REMOCON RECEIVE)
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
P9902
To
KEY1 C.B
P9901
DIG901
(DIGTRON)
-38-
VR803
DIGITAL
ECHO
VR802
MIC 2
VOL
VR801
MIC 1
VOL
MJ802
MIC 2
MJ801
MIC 1
WIRING - 4 (INTERFACE C.B) <U>
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
S-VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT2
18
4
3
DIGITAL
OUT
1
2
16
Y
L
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
VIDEO
OUT
R
L
Pb
6
5
4
3
2
1
A
AC INPUT
AUDIO
OUT
Pr
DIGITAL
OUT
JK601
17
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
R
INTERFACE C.B <U>
1
19
B
3
C
1
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
D
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
E
T/W
1
F
1
6
5
10
9
14
13
18
17
22
21
26
25
30
29
G
E
T/W
2
T/W
P6401
To
MAIN C.B
P3901
E
C
C
B
E C B
B
E
E
C
C
B
B
H
T/W
1
3
4
2
1
2
3
4
I
J
3
1
13
11
9
7
5
T/W
K
1
6
5
10
9
14
13
1
4
L
B
T/W
C
M
E
18
17
22
21
26
25
30
29
B
T/W
P9501
To
MAIN C.B
P5901
2
C
E
T/W
N
O
1
4
1
4
T/W
P
B
B
C
C
E
E
1
4
Q
R
3
1
S
T
P9904
To
KEY2 C.B
P9903
U
1
31
3
32
RC901
(REMOCON RECEIVE)
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
DIG901
(DIGTRON)
-39-
WIRING - 5 (INTERFACE C.B) <K, EZ>
30
29
28
27
26
INTERFACE C.B
<K, EZ>
25
24
23
22
21
1
19
18
17
S-VIDEO
OUT
JK603
To
21PIN SCART
CONNECTOR
16
R
4
3
1
2
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
AC INPUT
AUDIO
OUT
L
6
A
VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
JK601
DIGITAL
OUT
20
SW601
PAL
NTSC
AUTO
B
C
3
1
1
3
3
1
D
3
1
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
E
F
E
C
B
E
E
C
C
B
B
6
5
10
9
14
13
18
17
22
21
26
25
30
29
E
B
2
C
C
1
B
E
4
3
G
5
T/W
1
T/W
2
P6401
To
MAIN C.B
P3901
E
C
H
B
E
E
C
C
B
B
1
2
3
4
I
3
4
2
1
J
3
1
13
11
9
7
5
T/W
K
1
6
5
10
9
14
13
18
17
1
L
4
B
M
C
E
22
21
26
25
30
29
T/W
B
C
E
N
O
1
4
1
4
P
T/W
P9501
To
MAIN C.B
P5901
2
B
B
C
C
E
E
1
4
Q
R
3
1
S
T
P9904
To
KEY2 C.B
P9903
U
1
31
3
32
RC901
(REMOCON RECEIVE)
* T/W:JUMPER WIRE
DIG901
(DIGTRON)
-40-
P9902
To
KEY1 C.B
P9901
WIRING - 6 (KEY1, KEY2 C.B)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
A
B
KEY1 C.B
C
D
E
1
4
SW901
POWER
F
To
INTERFACE C.B
P9902
LED901
STANDBY/ON
G
H
I
J
KEY2 C.B
To
INTERFACE C.B
P9904
SW912
K
L
12
M
SW903
SW904
SW902
SW913
SW911
N
SW910
O
SW914
SW906
SW905
P
SW907
SW912
SW911
SW910
ENTER
SW914
SW913
SW906
SW908
Q
SW904
SW903
STOP
PLAY
SW902
OPEN/CLOSE
R
SW905
/
/
SW907
MENU
SW908
S
T
U
-41-
WAVEFORMS - 1/2
IC305 (VIDEO ENCODER)
1 IC305 Pins 9 ~ 16 MPEG Data
1.0V/500µs
2 IC305 Pin30 Composite
500mV/20µs
3 IC305 Pin24 Chrominance
500mV/20µs
5 IC305 Pins 40,41 SDA/SCL
1.0V/25ms
6 IC305 Pin4 MPEG Clock (27MHz)
1.0V/500µs
T
Ch3
M 500 s
1.00V
CH1
280/mV
4 IC305 Pin27 Luminance
500mV/20µs
T
T
Ch3
8 IC305 Pin8 Horizontal SYNC
1.0V/20µs
7 IC305 Pin7 Vertical SYNC
1.0V/5ms
T
Ch3
1.00V
10 IC305 Pin23 Component Pr
500mV/20µs
280/mV
Ch3
M 20.0 s
1.00V
11 IC305 Pin27 Component Y
500mV/20µs
-42-
CH1
M 500 s
CH1
9 IC305 Pin29 Component Pb
500mV/20µs
T
M 5 .00ms CH1
1.00V
280/mV
280/mV
WAVEFORMS - 2/2
IC2A1, IC201 (RF/SERVO)
1 IC2A1 Pin24 Focus Error
IC2A1 Pin36 Pi
500mV/5ms
2 IC2A1 Pin41 Tracing Error
500mV/2ms
3 IC2A1 Pin41 VBR Tracking Error
500mV/300µs
4 IC2A1 Pin57 RF
0.5V/0.1µs
5 IC201 Pin88 SLED Driver (FMO)
IC201 Pin18 SLED FG
A: 2.0V/500ms, B: 500mV/500ms
6 IC2A1 Pin42 Focus Error(in Focus Search)
IC201 Pin83 Focus Drive (FDO)
A: 200mV/100ms, B: 500mV/100ms
A
A
B
B
-43-
IC BLOCK DIAGRAM - 1/2
BCKIN
VCC2L
AGND2L
VCC2R
AGND2R
IC, PCM1716E
20
19
9 10
3
LRCIN
1
DIN
2
Serial
Input
I/F
Low-pass
Filter
DAC
8X Oversampling
Digital Filter with
Function
Controller
Enhanced
Multi-level
Delta-Sigma
Modulator
Low-pass
Filter
DAC
ML/IIS 28
16
VOUTL
18
EXTL
13
VOUTR
11
EXTR
21
ZERO
MC/DM1 27
MD/DM0 26
Mode
Control
I/F
CS/IWO 23
MODE 24
SCK
BPZ-Cont.
Open Drain
MUTE 25
RST 22
Crystal/OSC
Power Supply
5
6
4
XTI
XTO
CLKO
IC, PQ20WZ5U
15
14
VCC1 AGND1
8
7
VDD
DGND
IC, TC4W53FU
VDD
8
IN 1
3 OUT
1 COMMON
Specilic IC
4 VADJ
A 5
LOGIC LEVEL
CONVERTER
Vc 2
5
GND
INH 2
4
3
VSS
VEE
OUT IN
C
7 CH0
OUT IN
C
6 CH1
IC, GLT441L16-40
OE 27
WE 13
UCAS 28
LCAS 29
~
16
~
ICADDR0~ 19
.
ICADDR8 22
Column
Address
Buffers
VCC
1
Row
Address
Buffers
Sense Amps
Word Drivers
VSS 40
Refresh
Control
Clock
Row Decoders
VSS 21
VSS 35
Input
Buffer
10
Output
Buffer
31
Input
Buffer
39
Column Decoders
26
Internal
Address
Counter
Output
Buffer
~
I/O Controller
Memory Cells
VCC
6
VCC 20
-44-
2
5. ICDATAO0~
7 ICDATAO7
~
I/O Controller
I/O Selector
~
Timing
Generator
34
. ICDATAO8~
36 ICDATAO15
~
RAS 14
IC BLOCK DIAGRAM - 2/2
IC, PLL1700E
MODE
ML
MC
MD
14
1
20
19
VDDP GNDP VDDB GNDB VDD
3
2
8
7
GND
16
15
Power Supply
Mode
Control
I/F
Reset
RST 18
PLL2
XT1
5
XT2
6
OSC
PLL1
12
11
MCKO MCKO
Counter Q
Counter P
17
9
10
13
SCKO1
SCKO2
SCKO3
SCKO4
IC, XC9536_15VQ44C-PROG
3
1
JTAG Port
JTAG
Controller
In-System Programming Controller
54
18
I/O
Function
Block 1
Macrocells
1 to 18
I/O
I/O
FastCONNECT II Switch Matrix
I/O
I/O
Blocks
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
54
18
Function
Block 2
Macrocells
1 to 18
54
18
Function
Block 3
Macrocells
1 to 18
3
I/O/GCK
I/O/GSR
I/O/GTS
54
1
18
2
-45-
Function
Block 4
Macrocells
1 to 18
IC DESCRIPTION - 1/11 (SSI33P3721)-1/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
DVDRFP
I
2
DVDRFN
I
3
PD1
I
4
PD2
I
5
A2
I
6
B2
I
PHOTO DETECTOR NTERFACE INPUTS: AC coupled inputs for the DPD from the main
7
C2
I
beam Photo detector matrix outputs.
8
D2
I
9
CP
–
RF SIGNAL INPUTS: Differential RF signal attenuator input pins.
CD PHOTO DETECTOR INTERFACE INPUTS: Inputs from the CD photo detector outputs.
DIFFERENTIAL PHASE TRACKING LPF PIN: The external capacitance is connected between
CN.
10
CN
–
DIFFERENTIAL PHASE TRACKING LPF PIN: The external capacitance is connected between
CP.
11
D
I
12
C
I
PHOTO DETECTOR INTERFACE INPUTS: Inputs from the main beam Photo detector matrix
13
B
I
outputs.
14
A
I
15
F
I
CD TRACKING ERROR INPUTS: Inverted(F) and non-inverted(E) inputs of the OP-Amp for
16
E
I
the CD tracking error.
17
CDTE
–
CD TRACKING: E-F Opamp output for feed back.
18
CEIN
I
CD CENTER ERROR INPUT: Inverted input of the OP-Amp for the CD center error.
19
CE1
I
CENTER ERROR OPAMP OUTPUT: CEIN Opamp output for feedback.
20
VNB
–
Ground pin for the servo block.
21
DVDRD
I
APC INPUT: DVD APC input pin from the monitor photo diode.
22
DVDLD
O
APC OUTPUT: DVD APC output pin to control the laser power.
23
CDPD
I
APC INPUT: CD APC input pin from the monitor photo diode.
CDLD
O
APC OUTPUT: CD APC output pin to control the laser power.
APC OUTPUT ON/OFF: APC output control pin. A low level activates LD output.(open high)
24
___________
25
LDON
I
26
VC
–
REFERENCE VOLTAGE OUTPUT: This pin provides the internal DC bias reference voltage
(+2.5 V fix). Output impedance is less than 50 ohm.
27
VCI
–
REFERENCE VOLTAGE INPUT : DC bias voltage input for servo output reference.
28
VPB
–
Power supply pin for the servo block
29
MIRR
O
MIRROR DETECT OUTPUT: Mirror detect comparator output. Pseudo CMOS output.
30
MP
–
MIRR SIGNAL PEAK HOLD PIN: The external capacitance is connected to VPB.
31
MB
–
MIRR SIGNAL BOTTOM HOLD PIN: The external capacitance is connected to VPB.
LOW IMPEDANCE ENABLE: TTL compatible input pin that activates the FDCHG switches.
______________
32
FDCHG
I
A low level activates the switches and the falling edge of the internal FDCHG triggers the fast
decay for the MIRR bottom hold circuit.(open high)
33
MLPF2
–
MIRR SIGNAL LPF PIN: The external capacitance is connected to VPB.
34
MLPF1
–
MIRR SIGNAL LPF PIN: The external capacitance is connected to VPB.
35
MIN
I
RF SIGNAL INPUT FOR MIRROR: AC coupled inputs for the mirror dection circuit from pullin signal output (PI).
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IC DESCRIPTION - 1/11 (SSI33P3721)-2/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
36
PI
O
Description
PULL-IN SIGNAL OUTPUT: The summing signal output of A,B,C,D inputs for mirror
detection. Reference to VCI.
37
DFT
O
DEFECT OUTPUT: Pseudo CMOS output. When defect is detected, the DFT output goes high.
Also the servo AGC output can be monitored at this DFT pin, when CAR bit7-4 is ‘0011’.
38
TPH
–
39
TZC
O
PI TOP HOLD PIN: An external capacitance is connected to VPB.
TRACKING ZERO CROSSING SIGNAL OUTPUT: Tracking zero crossing output. Pseudo
CMOS output.
40
TEI
I
TRACKING ERROR AC COUPLED INPUT: AC couple input for the tracking zero crossing
signal output.
41
TE
O
TRACKING ERROR SIGNAL OUTPUT: Tracking error output reference to VCI.
42
FE
O
FOCUSING ERROR SIGNAL OUTPUT: Focus error output reference to VCI.
43
CE
O
CENTER ERROR SIGNAL OUTPUT: Center error output reference to VCI.
44
BYP2
–
The Servo AGC integration capacitor CBYP2, is connected between BYP2 and VNB.
45
HOLD2
I
HOLD CONTROL: TTL compatible control pin which, when pulled high,disables the Servo
AGC charge pump and holds the Servo AGC amplifier gain as its present value. (open high)
46
SCLK
I
SERIAL CLOCK: Serial clock CMOS input. The clock applied to this pin is synchronized with
the data applied to SDATA. (not to be left open)
47
SDATA
I/O
SERIAL DATA: Serial data bidirectional CMOS pin. NRZ programming data for the internal
registers is applied to this input. (not to be left open)
48
SDEN
I
SERIAL DATA ENABLE: Serial enable CMOS input. A high level input enables the serial port.
(not to be left open)
49
HOLD1
I
HOLD CONTROL: TTL compatible control pin which, when pulled high, disables the RF AGC
charge pump and holds the RF AGC amplifier gain as its present value. (open high)
50
VNA
–
Ground pin for the RF block and serial port.
51
FNN
O
52
FNP
O
53
DIP
I
ANALOG INPUTS FOR RF SINGLE BUFFER: Differential analog inputs to the RF single-end
54
DIN
I
output buffer and full wave rectifier.
DIFFERENTIAL NORMAL OUTPUTS: Filter normal outputs.
REFERENCE RESISTOR INPUT: An external 12.1 or 8.2 k ohm, 1% resistor is connected from
55
RX
–
this pin to ground to establish a precise PTAT (proportional to absolute temperature) reference
current for the filter.
56
BYP
–
The RF AGC integration capacitor CBYP, is connected between BYP and VPA.
57
SIGO
O
SINGLE-ENDED NORMAL OUTPUT: Single-ended RF output.
58
VPA
–
Power supply pin for the RF block and serial port.
59
AIP
I
60
AIN
I
61
ATON
O
62
ATOP
O
63
CDRF
I
RF SIGNAL INPUT : Single-ended RF signal attenuator input pin.
64
CDRFDC
O
CD RF SIGNAL OUTPUT: Single-ended CD RF summing output.
AGC AMPLIFIER INPUTS: Differential AGC amplifier input pins.
DIFFERENTIAL ATTENUATOR OUTPUTS: Attenuator outputs.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 2/11 (KA3032)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
OUT1
O
CH 1 op-amp output
2
IN2.1
I
CH 1 op-amp input (+)
3
IN2.2
I
CH 2 op-amp input (-)
4
OUT2
O
CH 2 op-amp output
5
IN3.1
I
CH 3 op-amp input (+)
6, 7
GND
–
Ground
8
IN3.2
I
CH 3 op-amp input (-)
9
OUT3
O
CH 3 op-amp output
10
IN4.1
I
CH 4 op-amp input (+)
11
IN4.2
I
CH 4 op-amp input (-)
12
OUT4
O
CH 4 op-amp output
13
CTL
I
CH 5 motor speed control
14
FWD
I
CH 5 forward input
15
REV
I
CH 5 reverse input
16
SGND
–
Signal ground
17
OPOUT
O
Opamp output
18, 19
GND
–
Ground
20
OPIN (+)
I
Opamp input (+)
21
OPIN (-)
I
Opamp inpt (-)
22
MUTE4
I
CH 4 mute
23
MUTE3
I
CH 3 mute
24
MUTE1, 2
I
CH 1, CH 2 mute
25
PVCC1
–
Power supply voltage (For CH 5)
26, 27
DO5.2, DO5.1
O
CH 5 drive output
28, 29
DO4.2, DO4.1
O
CH 4 drive output
30, 31
GND
–
Ground
32, 33
DO3.2, DO3.1
O
CH 3 drive output
34
PGND
–
Power ground
35, 36
DO2.2, DO2.1
O
CH 2 drive output
37, 38
DO1.2, DO1.1
O
CH 1 drive output
39
PVCC2
–
Power supply voltage (For CH 1, CH 2, CH 3, CH 4)
40
REG50
O
Regulator output
41
REG050
O
Regulator 5V output
42, 43
GND
–
Ground
44
RES50
I
Regulator reset
45
SVCC
–
Signal supply voltage
46
REF
I
Bias voltage input
47
IN1.1
I
CH 1 opamp input (+)
48
IN1.2
I
CH 1 opamp input (-)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 3/11 (GLT441L16-40)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
VCC
–
2~5
DQ0 ~ DQ3
I/O
6
VCC
–
7 ~ 10
DQ4 ~ DQ7
I/O
NC
–
Not used
I
Write Enable
11, 12
Description
Power Supply (+3.3 V)
Data-In / Data-Out
Power Supply (+3.3 V)
Data-In / Data-Out
______
13
WE
________
14
RAS
I
Row Address Strobe
15
NC
–
Not used
16 ~ 19
A0 ~ A3
I
Address Input
20
VCC
–
Power Supply (+3.3 V)
21
GND
–
Ground (0 V)
22 ~ 26
A4 ~ A8
I
Address Input
I
Output Enable
I
Column Address Strobe
_____
27
OE
__________
28
UCAS
__________
29
LCAS
I
Column Address Strobe
30
NC
–
Not used
31 ~ 34
DQ8 ~ DQ11
I/O
35
GND
–
36 ~ 39
DQ12 ~ DQ15
I/O
40
GND
–
Data-In / Data-Out
Ground (0 V)
Data-In / Data-Out
Ground (0 V)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 4/11 (GM72V161621ET-7)-1/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
VCC
–
2
DQ0
3
DQ1
4
VSSQ
5
DQ2
6
DQ3
7
VCCQ
8
DQ4
9
DQ5
10
VSSQ
11
DQ6
12
DQ7
13
VCCQ
I/O
Description
3.3 V is applied. (VCC is for the internal circuit.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
Ground is connected. (VSSQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
3.3 V is applied. (VCCQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
Ground is connected. (VSSQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
3.3 V is applied. (VCCQ is for the output buffer.)
DQM controls input/output buffers.
- Read operation: If DQM is High, The output buffer becomes High-Z. If the DQM is Low, the
14
LDQM
I
output buffer becomes Low-Z.
- Write operation: If DQM is High, the previous data is held (the new data is not written). If
15
DQM is Low, the data is written.
_____
MWE
Although these pin names are the same as those of conventional DRAMs, they function in a
_______
16
CAS
I
different way. These pins define operation commands (read, write, etc.) depending on the
________
17
RAS
combination of their voltage levels. For details, refer to the command operation section.
18
___
CS1
When CS is Low, the command input cycle becomes valid. When CS is high, all inputs are
____
I
____
ignored. However, internal operations (bank active, burst operations, etc.) are held.
A11 is a bank select signal (BS). The memory array of the GM72V161621ET/ELT Series is
19
MA11
I
divided into bank 0 and bank 1. GM72V161621ET/ELT Series contain 2048 row x 256 column x
16bits. If A11 is Low, bank 0 is selected, and if A11 is High , bank 1 is selected.
20
Row address (AX0 to AX10) is determined by A0 to A10 level at the bank active command
MA10
cycle CLK rising edge. Column address is determined by A0 to A7 level at the read or write
21
MA0
22
MA1
A10 defines the precharge mode. When A10 = High at the precharge command cycle, both banks
23
MA2
are precharged. But when A10 = Low at the precharge command cycle, only the bank that is
24
MA3
selected by A11 ( BS) is precharged.
25
VCC
–
3.3 V is applied. (VCC is for the internal circuit.)
26
GND
–
Ground is connected. (VSS is for the internal circuit.)
27
MA4
Row address (AX0 to AX10) is determined by A0 to A10 level at the bank active command
28
MA5
cycle CLK rising edge. Column address is determined by A0 to A7 level at the read or write
29
MA6
30
MA7
A10 defines the precharge mode. When A10 = High at the precharge command cycle, both banks
31
MA8
are precharged. But when A10 = Low at the precharge command cycle, only the bank that is
32
MA9
selected by A11 ( BS) is precharged.
33
NC
I
I
–
command cycle CLK rising edge. And this column address becomes burst access start address.
command cycle CLK rising edge. And this column address becomes burst access start address.
Not used.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 4/11 (GM72V161621ET-7)-2/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
This pin determines whether or not the next CLK is valid. If CKE is High, the next CLK rising
34
CKE
I
edge is valid. If CKE is Low, the next CLK rising edge is invalid. This pin is used for powerdown and clock suspend modes.
35
CLK
I
CLK is the master clock input to this pin. The other input signals are referred at CLK rising edge.
DQM controls input/output buffers.
- Read operation: If DQM is High, The output buffer becomes High-Z. If the DQM is Low, the
36
UDQM
I
output buffer becomes Low-Z.
- Write operation: If DQM is High, the previous data is held (the new data is not written). If
DQM is Low, the data is written.
37
NC
–
Not used
38
VCCQ
–
3.3 V is applied. (VCCQ is for the output buffer.)
39
MD8
40
MD9
41
VSSQ
42
MD10
43
MD11
44
VCCQ
45
MD12
46
MD13
47
VSSQ
48
MD14
49
MD15
50
GND
I/O
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
Ground is connected. (VSSQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
3.3 V is applied. (VCCQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
I/O
Ground is connected. (VSSQ is for the output buffer.)
Data is input and ouput from these pins. These pins are the same as those of a conventional
DRAM.
–
Ground is connected. (VSS is for the internal circuit.)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 5/11(PLL1700E)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
D PLL L
I
Description
Latch Enable for Software Mode/Sampling Rate Selection for Hardware Mode. When MODE
pin is LOW, ML is selected.(1)
Mode Control Select. When this pin is HIGH, device is operated in hardware mode using SR0
2
MODE
I
(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)
3
VDD
–
Digital Power Supply, +5V.
4
GND
–
Digital Ground.
5
XT2
–
27MHz Crystal. When an external 27MHz clock is applied to XT1 (pin 6), this pin must be
connected to GND.
6
XT1
I
27MHz Oscillator Input/External 27MHz Input.
7
GNDP
–
Ground for PLL.
8
VDDP
–
Power Supply for PLL, +5V.
9
RSV
–
Reserved. Must be left open.
10
MCKO
O
27MHz Output.
11
MPEG CLK
O
Inverted 27MHz Output.
12
SCKO1 MCK
O
Fixed 33.8688MHz Clock Output.
13
SCKO4
O
768fS Clock Output.
14
SCKO2
O
256fS Clock Output.
15
GNDB
–
Digital Ground for VDDB.
16
VDDB
–
Digital Power Supply for Clock Output Buffers, +3.3V.
17
DA XCK
O
384fS Output. This output has been optimized for the lowest jitter and should be connected to the
audio DAC(s).
18
RESET
I
19
S DATA
I
Reset. When this pin is LOW, device is held in reset.(1)
Serial Data Input for Software Mode/Sampling Frequency Selection for Hardware Mode. When
MODE pin is LOW, MD is selected.(1)
20
S CLK
I
Shift Clock Input for Software Mode/Sampling Frequency Selection for Hardware Mode. When
MODE pin is LOW, MC is selected.(1)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 6/11 (PCM1716E)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
LRCIN
I
Left and Right Clock Input. This clock is equal to the sampling rate - fS.(1)
2
DIN
I
Serial Audio Data Input. (1)
3
BCKIN
I
Bit Clock Input for Serial Audio Data.(1)
4
CLKO
O
Buffered Output of Oscillator. Equivalent to System Clock.
5
XTI
I
Oscillator Input (External Clock Input)
6
XTO
O
Oscillator Output
7
DGND
–
Digital Ground
8
VDD
–
Digital Power +5V
9
VCC2R
–
Analog Power +5V
10
AGND2R
–
Analog Ground
11
EXTR
O
Rch, Common Pin of Analog Output Amp
12
NC
–
Not used
13
VOUTR
O
Rch, Analog Voltage Output of Audio Signal
14
AGND1
–
Analog Ground
15
VCC1
–
Analog Power +5V
16
VOUTL
O
Lch, Analog Voltage Output of Audio Signal
17
NC
–
Not used
18
EXTL
O
Lch, Common Pin of Analog Output Amp
19
AGND2L
–
Analog Ground
20
VCC2L
–
Analog Power +5V
21
ZERO
O
Zero Data Flag
I
Reset. When this pin is low, the DF and modulators are held in reset. (2)
CS/IWO
I
Chip Select/Input Format Selection. When this pin is low, the Mode Control is effective. (3)
MODE
I
Mode Control Select. (H: Software, L: Hardware). (2)
_______
22
RST
_____
23
24
____________
25
MUTE
I
Mute Control
26
MD/DM0
I
Mode Control, DATA/De-emphasis Selection 1. (2)
27
MC/DM1
I
Mode Control, BCK/De-emphasis Selection 2. (2)
28
ML/IIS
I
Mode Control, WDCK/Input Format Selection. (2)
NOTES: (1) Pins 1, 2, 3; Schmitt Trigger input.
(2) Pins 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28; Schmitt Trigger input with pull-up resister.
(3) Pin 23; Schmitt Trigger input with pull-down resister.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 7/11 (AT49F8192A-90TC)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1~8
A16 ~ A9
I
Addresses
9
A20
I
Addresses
NC
–
Not used
I
Write Enable
10
Description
_______
11
WE
____________
12
RESET
I
Reset
13 ~ 15
NC
–
Not used
16, 17
A18, A17
I
Addresses
18 ~ 25
A7 ~ A0
I
Addresses
_____
26
CE
I
Chip Enable
27
GND
–
Ground
Output Enable
_____
28
OE
O
29
I/O0
I/O
30
I/O8
I/O
31
I/O1
I/O
32
I/O9
I/O
33
I/O2
I/O
34
I/O10
I/O
35
I/O3
I/O
36
I/O11
I/O
37
VCC
–
38
I/O4
I/O
39
I/O12
I/O
40
I/O5
I/O
41
I/O13
I/O
42
I/O6
I/O
43
I/O14
I/O
44
I/O7
I/O
45
I/O15/A-1
I/O
GND
–
Ground
46
Data Inputs/Outputs
Data Inputs/Outputs
I/O15 (Data Input/Output, Word Mode) A-1 (LSB Address Input, Byte Mode)
___________
47
BYTE
I
Selects Byte or Word Mode
48
A17
I
Addresses
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IC DESCRIPTION - 8/11 (V53C16256HK50)-1/1
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
VCC
–
2~5
D00 ~ D03
I/O
6
VCC
–
7 ~ 10
D04 ~ D07
I/O
NC
–
Not used
I
Write Enable
11, 12
Description
+5V Supply
Data Input, Output
+5V Supply
Data Input, Output
______
13
WE
________
14
RAS
I
Row Address Strobe
15
NC
–
Not used
16 ~ 19
A01 ~ A04
I
Address Inputs
20
VCC
–
+5V Supply
21
VSS
–
0V Supply (GND)
22 ~ 26
A05 ~ A09
I
Address Inputs
O
Output Enable
I
Column Address Strobe Upper Byte Control
29
OE
_____
CASH
_____
CASL
I
Column Address Strobe Lower Byte Control
30
NC
–
Not used
31 ~ 34
D08 ~ D11
I/O
35
VSS
–
36 ~ 39
D12 ~ D15
I/O
40
VSS
–
_____
27
28
Data Input, Output
0V Supply
Data Input, Output
0V Supply
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IC DESCRIPTION - 9/11(LC866112B-5N21)-1/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
P35
I
______
Select DOWN SW input from SW914
2
P36
I
Enter SW input from SW910
3
P37
I
Select right SW input SW911
4
PWM1
O
Not used.
5
TEST1
–
Not used. (TEST port)
_______
6
RES
I
Reset signal input from IC902 3pin
7
XT1
I
Not used. (Input for 32.768 kHz crystal oscillation)
8
XT2
O
Not used. (Output for 32.768 kHz crystal oscillation)
9
VSS
–
Ground
10
CF1
I
Ceramic resonator X501 (6 MHz) oscillation input
11
CF2
O
Ceramic resonator X501 (6 MHz) oscillation output
12
VDD
–
Vcc (5 V)
13
P80
I
Key in input from SW901 ~ SW908
14
P81
I
15
P82
I
16
P83
I
17
P84
I
18
P85
I
19
P86
I
20
P87
I
21
MODE SW
I/O
22
M REQ
I
Request signal (active “LOW”) from IC501 (Main µ-COM, HD64173034AFI20)
23
P72
I
Not used.
24
P73
I
Remocon receiver signal input
25
G1
O
26
G2
O
27
G3
O
28
G4
O
29
G5
O
30
G6
O
31
G7
O
32
P1
O
33
P2
O
34
P3
O
35
P4
O
36
P5
O
37
P6
O
38
P7
O
39
P8
O
40
P9
O
41
VPP
I
Vcc (5 VAU)
42
VKK
I
-24 V input
Reserved
Shuttle 3 line A/D input
Reserved
“LOW” at program download mode
VFD display control signal output. DIG901 G1 to G7
VFD display control signal output. DIG901 P1 to P9
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IC DESCRIPTION - 9/11(LC866112B-5N21)-2/2
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
43
P10
O
44
P11
O
45
P12
O
46
P13
O
47
P14
O
48
P15
O
49
P16
O
50
P17
O
51
P18
O
52
P19
O
53
S26
–
54
S27
–
55
S28
–
56
S29
–
57
S30
–
D902 option (Present at AIWA remocon model)
58
S31
–
Not used.
59
P00
–
Diode option input
60
P01
–
61
P02
–
62
P03
–
63
P04
–
64
P05
–
Reserved
65
ZOOM RST
I/O
Not used
66
V07
–
Not used
67
VSS
–
Ground
68
P10
–
69
P11
–
70
P12
–
71
RXDO
O
Serial data to IC501 (Main µ-COM)
72
TXDO
I
Serial data input from IC501 (Main µ-COM)
73
SCKO
I
Serial clock input from IC501 (Main µ-COM)
74
F REQ
O
Request signal (active “LOW”) to IC501 (main µ-COM)
75
M RESET
O
Reset signal (active “LOW”) to IC501 (main µ-COM)
76
PWR CTL
O
Power control (active “HIGH”) to main board
77
P31
I/O
78
P32
I
UP signal input from SW912
79
P33
I
Jog signal “JSW1” input, Not used
80
P34
I
Left signal input from SW915
VFD display control signal output. DIG 901 P10 to P19
Not used.
Not used.
Reserved
Not used.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 10/11(GDC25D801C)-1/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
1
DAT1
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
2
DAT2
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
3
DAT3
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
4
DAT4
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
5
DAT5
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
6
DAT6
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
7
DAT7
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
8
DAT8
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
9
DAT9
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
10
DAT10
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
11
DAT11
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
12
DAT12
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
13
DAT13
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
14
DAT14
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
15
DAT15
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
16
DAT16
I/O
Bi-directional data to DRAM
17
VSS
–
Digital ground
18
ADD1
O
Address output to DRAM
19
ADD2
O
Address output to DRAM
20
ADD3
O
Address output to DRAM
21
ADD4
O
Address output to DRAM
22
VDD
–
Digital power supply
23
ADD5
O
Address output to DRAM
24
ADD6
O
Address output to DRAM
25
ADD7
O
Address output to DRAM
26
ADD8
O
Address output to DRAM
27
ADD9
O
Address output to DRAM
28
X2_MCK
I
Master clock from oscillator for 2x decoding
29
VSS
–
Digital GND
30
MCK
I
Master clock from oscillator
31
VDD
–
Digital power supply
32
RAS
O
Row address strobe to DRAM
33
UCAS
O
Column address upper byte control strobe to DRAM
34
LCAS
O
Column address lower byte control strobe to DRAM
35
WE
O
Write enable signal to DRAM
36
OE
O
Output enable signal to DRAM
37
SCAN_IN
I
Scan data input
38
TEST_SE
I
Test mode selection (low for normal)
39
TEST_OUT12
O
Test output (Not used)
40
TEST_OUT11
O
Test output (Not used)
41
TEST_OUT10
O
Test output (Not used)
42
TEST_OUT9
O
Test output (Not used)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 10/11(GDC25D801C) - 2/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
43
TEST_OUT8
O
Test output (Not used)
44
TEST_OUT7
O
Test output (Not used)
45
TEST_OUT6
O
Test output (Not used)
46
T_SEL
I
Test mode selection
47
TEST_OUT5
O
Test output (Not used)
48
TEST_OUT4
O
Test output (Not used)
49
TEST_OUT3
O
Test output (Not used)
50
TEST_OUT2
O
Test output (Not used)
51
TEST_OUT1
O
Test output (Not used)
52
TEST_OUT0
O
Test output (Not used)
53
TEST_SEL0
I
Test mode output selection
54
TEST_SEL1
I
Test mode output selection
55
TEST_SEL2
I
Test mode output selection
56
TEST_SEL3
I
Test mode output selection
57
TESTSERVO
I
TEST PIN ( NORMAL STATE = H )
58
E_SIN
I
SERVO DSP PGM. DOWNLOADING DATA INPUT
59
E_CLK
I
SERVO DSP PGM. DOWNLOADING CLK
60
E_ENB
I
SERVO DSP DOWNLOADING ENABLE
61
E_DRB
I
SERVO DSP PGM. DOWNLOADING DIRECTION
62
VSS
–
Digital GND
63
SERVO_CLK
I
SERVO DSP CLOCK INPUT
64
E_SOUT
O
SERVO DSP PGM. DOWNLOADING DATA OUTPUT
65
VDD
–
Digital power supply
66
E_ST0
O
SERVO DSP DOWNLOADING STATUS 0 (Not used)
67
E_ST1
O
SERVO DSP DOWNLOADING STATUS 1 (Not used)
68
E_ST2
O
SERVO DSP DOWNLOADING STATUS 2 (Not used)
69
GPIO7
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: FSON(FOCUS OK INVERTING)
70
GPIO6
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: PSEL
71
GPIO5
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: ADADDR3
72
GPIO4
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: FKRST
73
GPIO3
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: FKSET (Not used)
74
GPIO2
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: FEL
75
GPIO1
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O (Not used)
76
GPIO0
I/O
SERVO DSP GENERAL I/O: DSP_SENSE (Not used)
77
VSS
–
Digital GND
78
SENS
O
SERVO DSP INTERNAL STATUS MONITOR
79
VDD
–
Digital power supply
80
SCLK
I
Serial Command CLOCK
81
SDATA
I
Serial Command DATA
82
XLAT
I
Serial Command LATCH
83
AOUT1
O
FDO
84
AOUT2
O
TDO
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IC DESCRIPTION - 10/11(GDC25D801C) - 3/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
85
AVDD
–
Analog power supply for ADC
86
VCM
O
TDF
87
AGND
–
Analog GND for ADC
88
AOUT3
O
FMQ
89
AOUT4
O
D_VREF
90
DGND
–
Digital GND for ADC
91
RFVCM
I
TDF
92
VDD
–
Analog GND for ADC
93
AGND
–
TDF
94
VREFN
I
TDF
95
VREFP
I
TDF
96
INP
I
TDF
97
AGND
–
Analog GND for ADC
98
AIN4
I
TDF
99
AIN3
I
TDF
100
AVDD
–
Analog power for ADC
101
AIN2
I
TDF
102
AIN1
I
TDF
103
AIN0
I
TDF
104
ADCVCM
I
TDF
105
SCK
O
PLL clock output
106
EXT_AD0
I
ADC data input
107
EXT_AD1
I
ADC data input
108
EXT_AD2
I
ADC data input
109
EXT_AD3
I
ADC data input
110
EXT_AD4
I
ADC data input
111
EXT_AD5
I
ADC data input
112
SELEFM
I
EFMDATA INPUT SELECTION
113
EXCK
I
SUB DATA REQUEST INPUT (Not used)
114
SQCK
I
SUB Q DATA REQUEST
115
C16M
O
5.6448 MHz(DIGITAL OUT CLOCK) (Not used)
116
DOTX
O
CD DIGITAL DATA OUTPUT (Not used)
117
VDD
–
Digital power supply
118
SQSO
O
SUB Q DATA OUTPUT
119
VSS
–
Digital GND
120
PWMCH1
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x3 CARRIER)
121
PWMCH2
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x3 CARRIER)
122
PWMCH3
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x3 CARRIER):SLED DRIVE OUTPUT
123
PWMCH4
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x1 CARRIER):PDO_CTR PWM OUTPUT
124
PWMCH5
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x1 CARRIER):RF_GAIN_CTL PWM OUTPUT
125
PWMCH6
O
PWM CHANNEL1(x1 CARRIER):TE_BAL_CTL PWM OUTPUT
126
DEFECT_IN_A
I
EXTERNAL DEFECT INPUT PIN
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IC DESCRIPTION - 10/11(GDC25D801C) - 4/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
127
SI_ENC1
I
SLED ENCODER1 INPUT
128
SI_ENC2
I
SLED ENCODER2 INPUT
129
TZC
I
TRACK CROSS PULSE 2 INPUT
130
MIRR
I
TRACK CROSS PULSE 1 INPUT
131
MSDATAO
O
SERVO DSP INTENAL STATUS SERIAL OUTPUT
132
FOK
O
INTERNAL GENERATED FOK(Focus OK) H=OK
133
VDD
–
Digital power supply
134
DEFECT
O
INTERNAL GENERATED DEFECT : H=DEFECT
135
VSS
–
Digital GND
136
SLD_FG
O
SLD_FG=(SL_ENC1) XOR (SL_ENC2)
137
C_SIG
O
TRACK CROSS PULSE
138
COMP
O
TRACK CROSS MONITOR
139
INT1
O
SERVO DSP INTERRUPT 1 MONITOR(MICOM COMMAND INT)
140
INT2
O
SERVO DSP INTERRUPT 2 MONITOR(FOCUS SERVO INT)
141
VSS
–
Digital GND
142
INT3
O
SERVO DSP INTERRUPT 1 MONITOR(TRACK SERVO INT)
143
INT4
O
SERVO DSP INTERRUPT 1 MONITOR
144
VDD
–
Digital power supply
145
ADCSB
O
PLESSY D/A CHIP SELECTION
146
ADCOMP_
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER A/D CONVERSION END STATUS
147
VDCDATA0
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS0
148
VDCDATA1
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS1
149
VDCDATA2
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS2
150
VDCDATA3
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS3
151
VDCDATA4
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS4
152
VDCDATA5
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS5
153
VDCDATA6
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS6
154
VDCDATA7
I
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER DATA BUS7
155
ADADDR0
O
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER ADDRESS
156
DVDD
–
Digital power supply for ADC
157
ADADDR1
O
A/D 7824 A/D CONVERTER ADDRESS
158
DGND
–
Digital GND for ADC
159
AGND
–
Analog GND for ADC
160
VRT
I
TDF
161
AVDD
–
Analog power supply for ADC
162
RF
I
TDF
163
VRM
I
TDF
164
VRB
I
TDF
165
MDS
O
Spindle motor control signal (Not used)
166
MDP
O
Spindle motor control signal
167
OVER64
O
Spindle motor reversal sensing signal output (Not used)
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IC DESCRIPTION - 10/11(GDC25D801C) - 5/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
168
MON
O
Spindle motor ON/OFF control signal
169
LOCK
O
CLV servo lock signal
170
FG_M
I
TDF
171
VSS
–
Digital GND
172
SCAN_OUT
O
SCAN DATA OUTPUT (Not used)
173
VDD
–
Digital power supply
174
INT
O
Interrupt request to Host
175
RN
I
Read strobe from HOST
176
WN
I
Write strobe from HOST
177
CS
I
Chip select from HOST
178
A0
I
Internal register address from HOST
179
A1
I
Internal register address from HOST
180
A2
I
Internal register address from HOST
181
A3
I
Internal register address from HOST
182
A4
I
Internal register address from HOST
183
A5
I
Internal register address from HOST
184
VSS
I
Digital GND
185
PS0
I/O
186
VDD
–
187
PS1
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
188
PS2
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
189
PS3
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
190
PS4
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
191
PS5
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
192
PS6
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
193
PS7
I/O
Bi-directional data to Host
194
RESET
I
HARDWARE RESET
195
REQ_DIVX
I
Data request from DIVX module (Not used)
196
REQ_MPEG
I
Data request from MPEG
197
MPEG1
O
MPEG data
198
MPEG2
O
MPEG data
199
MPEG3
O
MPEG data
200
MPEG4
O
MPEG data
201
MPEG5
O
MPEG data
202
MPEG6
O
MPEG data
203
MPEG7
O
MPEG data
204
MPEG8
O
MPEG data
205
SENB
O
MPEG data valid signal (low for valid)
206
SDCLK
O
MPEG data transfer clock
207
SERR
O
MPEG data error detection signal (low indicates error occurred)
208
SYNC
O
SERVO DSP INTERRUPT 1 MONITOR(MICOM COMMAND INT) (Not used)
Bi-directional data to Host
Digital power supply
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IC DESCRIPTION - 11/11(ZIVA4.1) - 1/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
_____
1
RD
I
Read strobe in I mode. Must be held HIGH in M Mode.
____
____
2
R/W
I
Read/write strobe in M mode. Write strobe in I mode. Host asserts R/W LOW to select Write and
LOW to select Read for M Mode only.
3
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
Transfer not complete / data acknowledge. Active LOW to indicate host initiated transfer is not
___________
___________
4
WAIT
O
____
complete. WAIT is asserted after the falling edge of CS and reasserted when decoder is ready to
complete transfer cycle. Open drain signal, must be pulled-up via 1k ohm to 3.3 volts. Driven
high for 10 ns before tristate.
____________
5
RESET
I
Active Low Reset. Assert for at least 5-milliseconds in the presence of clock to reset the entire
chip.
6
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
7
VDD_3.3_5
–
3.3/5-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
_______
8
INT
O
Host interrupt. Open drain signal, must be pulled-up via 4.7k ohm to 3.3 volts. Driven high for
10 ns before tristate.
9 ~ 12
NC
O
Not used
13
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
14
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
15 ~ 18
NC
O
Not used
19
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
20
VDD_3.3_5
–
3.3/5-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
Video data bus. Byte serial CbYCrY data synchronous with VCLK. At power-up, the decoder
VDATA0 ~
21 ~ 28
VDATA7
O
does not drive VDATA. During boot-up, the decoder uses configuration parameters to drive or 3state VDATA.
Vertical sync. Bi-directional, the decoder outputs the top border of a new field on the first
_____________
29
_______
VSYNC
I/O
______________ ______________
HSYNC after the falling edge of VSYNC. VSYNC can accept vertical synchronization or top/
______________
______________
bottom field notification from an external source. (VSYNC HIGH = bottom field. VSYNC LOW
= Top field)
30
_______
HSYNC
I/O
Horizontal sync. The decoder begins outputting pixel data for a new horizontal line after the
_____________
falling (active) edge of HSYNC.
31
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
32
VDD_3.3_5
–
3.3/5-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
33 ~ 35
NC
O
Not used
36
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
37
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
38 ~ 42
NC
O
Not used
43
PIO0
I/O
44
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
45
VDD_3.3_5
–
3.3/5-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
46 ~ 52
PIO1 ~ PIO7
I/O
Programmable I/O pins.
53, 54
MDATA0, MDATA1
I/O
SDRAM Data
55
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
56
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
Programmable I/O pins.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 11/11(ZIVA4.1) - 2/5
Pin No.
57 ~ 62
Pin Name
I/O
MDATA2 ~ MDATA7 I/O
Description
SDRAM Data
63
MDATA15
I/O
SDRAM Data
64
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
65
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
66
MDATA14
I/O
67
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
68
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
69 ~ 73
MDATA13 ~ MDATA9
I/O
74
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
75
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
76
MDATA8
I/O
77
LDQM
O
SDRAM Lower or Upper Mask
78
SD-CLK
O
SDRAM Clock
79
CLKSEL
I
Selects SYSCLK or VCLK as clock source. Normal operation is to tie HIGH.
80, 81
MADDR9, MADDR8
O
SDRAM Address
82
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
83
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
84 ~ 86
MADDR7 ~ MADDR5
O
SDRAM Address
87
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
88
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
89
MADDR4
O
SDRAM Address
O
SDRAM Write Enable
SDRAM Data
SDRAM Data
SDRAM Data
__________
90
MWE
______________
91
SD-CAS
O
Active LOW SDRAM Column Address
92
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
O
Active LOW SDRAM Row Address
O
Active LOW SDRAM Chip Select 0
O
Active LOW SDRAM Chip Select 1 or use as MADDR11 for larger SDRAM (64 Mbits).
93
______________
94
SD-RAS
_____________
95
SD-CS0
_____________
96
SD-CS1/MADDR11
____________
97
SD-BS
O
SDRAM Bank Select
98
MADDR10
O
SDRAM Address
99
MADDR0
O
SDRAM Address
100
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
101
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
102 ~ 104
MADDR1 ~ MADDR3
O
SDRAM Address
105
VSS ADC
I
Not used
106 ~ 111
NC
–
Not used
112
DAI XCK
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3
113
DAI-LRCK
I
PCM left/right clock.
114
DAI-BCK
I
PCM input bit clock.
115
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
116
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 11/11(ZIVA4.1) - 3/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
117
DAI-DATA
I
PCM data input.
118 ~ 121
DA-DATA3~ DA-DATAO
O
PCM Data Out. Eight channels. Serial audio samples relative to DA_BCK and DA_LRCK.
122
DA-LRCK
O
PCM Left Clock. Identifies the channel for each sample. The polarity is programmable.
123
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
124
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
125
DA-XCK
I/O
Audio External Frequency Clock input or output. DA_BCK and DA_LRCK are derived from
this clock. DA_XCK can be 384 or 256 times the sampling frequency.
126
DA-BCK
O
PCM Bit Clock. Divided by 8 from DA_XCK. DA_BCK can be either 48 or 32 times the
sampling frequency.
127
DA-IEC
O
PCM data out in IEC-958 format or compressed data out in IEC-1937 format.
128
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
129
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
130
NC
–
Not used
131
VSS_DAC
–
Analog Video DAC Ground.
132
VSS_VIDEO
–
Analog Video Ground.
133
CVBS +sync
O
DAC video output format
134
VDD_DAC
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
135
VDD_VIDEO
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
136
NC
–
Not used
137
VSS_DAC
–
Analog Video DAC Ground.
138
VSS_VIDEO
–
Analog Video Ground.
139
CVBS/G/Y
O
DAC video output format.
140
VDD_DAC
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
141
VDD VIDEO
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
142
NC
–
Not used
143
VSS_DAC
–
Analog Video DAC Ground.
144
VSS_VIDEO
–
Analog Video Ground.
145
Y/B/U
O
DAC video output format
146
VDD DAC
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
147
VDD_VIDEO
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
148
NC
–
Not used
149
VSS_DAC
–
Analog Video DAC Ground.
150
VSS_VIDEO
–
Analog Video Ground.
151
C/R/V
O
DAC video output format
152
VDD DAC
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
153
VDD_VIDEO
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
154
VSS_RREF
–
Analog Video Ground.
155
RREF
I
Reference Resistor. Connecting to pin 139 through a 4.7k ± 1% resistor is recommended
156
VDD_RREF
–
3.3-V Analog Video Power.
157
A_VSS
–
Analog PLL Ground.
158
SYSCLK
I
Optional System Clock. Tie to A_VDD through a 1k Ohm resistor
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IC DESCRIPTION - 11/11(ZIVA4.1) - 4/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Video clock. Clocks out data on input. VDATA[7:0]. Clock is typically 27 MHz.
159
VCLK
I
System clock that drives internal PLLs and internal DENC. ZiVA-4 requires an external 27-MHz
TTL oscillator.
160
A_VDD
–
3.3-V Analog PLL Power
161
DVD-DATA0/CD-DATA
I
Serial CD data. This pin is shared with DVD compressed data DVD-DATA0.
162
DVD-DATA1/
I
CD-LRCK
163
DVD-DATA2/
pin is shared with DVD compressed data DVD-DATA1.
I
CD-BCK
CD-C2P0
CD bit clock. Decoder accept multiple BCK rates. This pin is shared with DVD compressed data
DVD-DATA2.
Asserted HIGH indicates a corrupted byte. Decoder keeps the previous valid picture on-screen
DVD-DATA3/
164
Programmable polarity 16-bit word synchronization to the decoder (right channel HIGH). This
I
until the next valid picture is decoded. This pin is shared with DVD compressed data DVDDATA3.
165
DVD-DATA4/
I
CDG-SDATA
DVD parallel compressed data from DVD DSP. Or CD+G (Subcode) data indicating serial
subcode data input.
166
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
167
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
168
DVD-DATA5/
I
CDG-VFSY
169
DVD-DATA6/
frame-start or composite synchronization input.
I
CDG-SOS1
170
DVD-DATA7/
VDACK
DVD parallel compressed data from DVD DSP. Or CD+G (Subcode) Block Sync indicating
block-start synchronization input.
I
CDG-SCLK
171
DVD parallel compressed data from DVD DSP. Or CD+G (Subcode) Frame Sync indicating
DVD parallel compressed data from DVD DSP. Or CD+G (Subcode) Clock indicating subcode
data clock input or output.
I
In synchronous mode, bitstream data acknowledge. Asserted when DVD data is valid. Polarity is
programmable.
172
VREQUEST
O
Bitstream request. Decoder asserts VREQUEST to indicate that the bitstream input buffer has
available space. Polarity is programmable.
Bitstream strobe. Programmable dual mode pulse. Asynchronous and synchronous. In
173
VSTROBE
I
Asynchronous mode, an external source pulses VSTROBE to indicate data is ready for transfer.
In synchronous mode, VSTROBE clocks data.
174
ERROR
I
Error in input data. If ERROR signal is not available from the DSP it must be grounded.
175
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
176
RESERVED
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3
177
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
178
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
179
NC
–
Not used
180
RESERVED
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3
181
NC
–
Not used
182 ~ 184
HADDR0 ~ HADDR2
I
Host address bus. 3-bit address bus selects one of eight host interface registers.
185 ~ 187
RESERVED
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3
188
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
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IC DESCRIPTION - 11/11(ZIVA4.1) - 5/5
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
189
VDD_2.5
–
2.5-V supply voltage for core logic.
190
RESERVED
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3.
191
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
192
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
193 ~ 196
RESERVED
I
Tie to VSS or VDD_3.3.
HDATA[7] is the 8-bit bi-directional host data bus through which the host writes data to the
197
HDATA7
I/O
decoder Code FIFO. MSB of the 32-bit word is written first. The host also reads and writes the
decoder internal registers and local SDRAM/ROM via HDATA[7].
198
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
199
HDATA6
I/O
200
HDATA5
I/O
HDATA[6 ~ 2] is the 8-bit bi-directional host data bus through which the host writes data to the
201
HDATA4
I/O
decoder Code FIFO. MSB of the 32-bit word is written first. The host also reads and writes the
202
HDATA3
I/O
decoder internal registers and local SDRAM/ROM via HDATA[6 ~ 2].
203
HDATA2
I/O
204
VDD_3.3
–
3.3-V supply voltage for I/O signals.
205
VSS
–
Ground for core logic and I/O signals.
206
HDATA1
I/O
HDATA[1, 0] is the 8-bit bi-directional host data bus through which the host writes data to the
decoder Code FIFO. MSB of the 32-bit word is written first. The host also reads and writes the
207
HDATA0
I/O
decoder internal registers and local SDRAM/ROM via HDATA[1, 0].
____
____
208
CS
I
Host chip select. Host asserts CS to select the decoder for a read or write operation. The falling
edge of this signal triggers the read or write operation.
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MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW 1/1
463
250
465
463
462
465
332
467
260
465
462
463
275
463
463
467
452
279
452
PWB
452
300
001
467
PWB
PWB
452
285
PWB
283
280
PWB
285
281
<EXCEPT FOR HR>
PWB
280
283
<HR ONLY>
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MECHANICAL MAIN PARTS LIST 1/1
REF. NO
!
!
!
PART NO.
KANRI
NO.
DESCRIPTION
001
250
250
260
275
S9-30R-018-5A0
S1-10R-018-4G0
S1-10R-018-4A0
————
S9-30R-018-3A0
HOLDER DIGITRON
CASE TOP<HRN,KN,EZN>
CASE TOP<UB,EZB>
CHASSIS ASSY MAIN
HOLDER MAIN PCB
279
280
280
280
280
S9-30R-019-9A0
S7-21R-F15-7B0
S7-21R-F15-7A0
S7-21R-F15-7C0
S7-21R-F15-7D0
HOLDER CONNECTOR
PANEL ASSY FRONT<HRN>
PANEL ASSY FRONT<UB>
PANEL ASSY FRONT<KN,EZN>
PANEL ASSY FRONT<EZB>
281
283
283
285
300
S9-40R-V01-0A0
S5-81R-T00-6B0
S5-81R-T00-6A0
————
S4-10R-CHR-02C
KNOB,VOLUME<HRN>
DOOR ASSY TRAY<HRN,KN,EZN>
DOOR ASSY TRAY<UB,EZB>
PLATE ASSY
POWER CORD<HRN,EZB,EZN>
300
300
332
452
462
S4-10R-AHC-02B
S4-10R-LHR-02E
————
S3-530-51A-000
S3-530-85A-000
POWER CORD<UB>
POWER CORD<KN>
PLATE MAIN
SCREW,SPECIAL
SCREW,DECORATION
463 S3-530-51B-000
465 S3-530-46K-000
467 S3-530-46N-000
SPECIAL SCREW
SPECIAL SCREW 3-10 B.K
SPECIAL SCREW 3-8 BK
-69-
COLOR NAME TABLE
COLOR NAME TABLE
Basic color symbol
Color
Basic color symbol
Color
Basic color symbol
Color
B
Black
C
Cream
D
Orange
G
Green
H
Gray
L
Blue
LT
Transparent Blue
N
Gold
P
Pink
R
Red
S
Silver
ST
Titan Silver
T
Brown
V
Violet
W
White
WT
Transparent White
Y
Yellow
YT
Transparent Yellow
LM
Metallic Blue
LL
Light Blue
GT
Transparent Green
LD
Dark Blue
DT
Transparent Orange
GM
Metallic Green
YM
Metallic Yellow
DM
Metallic Orange
PT
Transparent Pink
LA
Aqua Blue
GL
Light Green
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DVD MECHANISM EXPLODED VIEW 1/1
001
429
002
A01
016
003
430
004
A03
429
012
009
430
008
A02
018
430
432
012
012
026
430
012
020
430
017
014
013
011
PWB
431
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DVD MECHANISM MAIN PARTS LIST 1/1
REF. NO
PART NO.
KANRI
NO.
DESCRIPTION
001 S3-00R-054-7A0
002
————
003
————
004 S9-30R-017-1A0
008 S4-70R-004-7A0
PLATE CLAMP
CLAMP MAGNET 8,10-5,1-1.5
CLAMP UPPER
HOLDER CLAMP
GEAR ASSY RACK<HRN,UB,KN>
008
009
009
011
011
S4-70R-008-0A0
S4-70R-005-3A0
S4-70R-007-9A0
S2-11R-002-1B0
S2-11R-002-8A0
GEAR ASSY, RACK<EZB,EZN>
GEAR MIDDLE<HRN,UB,KN>
GEAR MIDDLE<EZB,EZN>
FRAME ASSY<HRN,UB,KN>
FRAME ASSY UP/DOWN<EZB,EZN>
012
013
014
016
016
————
S4-00R-000-6A0
S4-70R-005-5A0
S4-70R-005-0A0
S4-70R-008-1A0
RUBBER REAR
BELT LOADING
GEAR PULLEY
GEAR ASSY FEED<HRN,UB,KN>
GEAR ASSY, PINION<EZB,EZN>
017
018
020
026
026
S4-70R-005-6A0
S9-74R-002-3A0
————
S3-90R-000-5A0
S3-90R-001-0A0
GEAR LOADING
GUIDE UP/DOWN
BASE MAIN
TRAY DISC<HRN,UB,KN>
TRAY DISC<EZB,EZN>
429
430
431
432
A01
SS-ZZR-001-2A0
SS-ZZH-100-3A0
87-741-035-410
————
S8-61R-000-6A0
SCREW,B-TITE
SCREW,+D2.0-6MM
SCREW,2.0-6
SCREW,MACHINE
CLAMP ASSY DISC
A02
A02
A03
A03
S0-41R-001-0C0
S0-41R-002-0A0
S0-41R-001-7A0
S0-41R-001-8A0
BASE
BASE
BASE
BASE
ASSY
ASSY
ASSY
ASSY
MAIN<HRN,UB,KN>
MAIN<EZB,EZN>
SLED<HRN,UB,KN>
SLED<EZB,EZN>
-72-
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -1/11
1. Power(SMPS) Circuit
A.
B.
No VF+
Is 5.2VA section working?
NO
NO
Is 5.2VA section working?
YES
YES
Is oscillation present at the
anode of D109?
No 5V_D
or 5V_A .
NO
NO
Is oscillation present at the
Base of Q108?
YES
YES
No 5.2VA.
Replace D109.
Replace Q108.
Check R127, 128.
(SHUTDOWN CKT)
Is 5.2V applied to IC102
Pin 1?
YES
Check L103, C116, 117.
NO
Check Fuse(F101).
YES
Is there a DC voltage at the
(+) terminal of BD101?
NO
Replace BD101.
(Bridge rectifier)
YES
Is R111 0.5Ω?
YES
Replace Q101, 102.
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NO
Replace R111.
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -2/11
2. µ-COM Circuit
A. No Power
POWER ON
Does Bar appear at FLD?
YES
NO
Do all five Bars appear?
NO
Is P5901
connected normally?
YES
NO
Reconnect it.
Does Logo appear
on the screen?
NO
Check power.
(Refer to power)
If power is
normal
YES
OK
NO
Is P5901 Pin 24 normal?
Refer to Front Part
1
YES
1
A
Is oscillation of
X501 normal?
NO
NO
Check the oscillation
YES
The
waveform on A[00:21]
and D[00:15] of IC501
normal?
YES
Check short
Are IC503 Pins 14, 288
and 29 normal?
YES
A
NO
Check short.
NO
Are IC506 Pins 7, 8 normal?
OK
YES
Replace IC506.
Replace IC501
or IC503.
Replace Main B/D.
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ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -3/11
B. Audio abnormal
C. Video abnormal
AUDIO ABNORMAL
VIDEO ABNORMAL
Check Audio jack.
Check Video jack.
YES (If OK)
YES (If OK)
Check PLL FC of MPEG part.
Refer to Video part.
YES (If OK)
YES (If OK)
Refer to Audio part.
Refer to Encoder part.
YES (If OK)
YES (If OK)
Refer to MPEG part.
Refer to MPEG part.
YES (If OK)
YES (If OK)
Replace B/D.
Replace B/D.
D. Open/Close abnormal
OPEN/CLOSE ABNORMAL
Check Front.
YES (If OK)
Check the
connection of P5901.
YES
Check the connection of MD.
NO
Check IC501 Pins 13, 14.
YES
YES
Refer to SERVO part.
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NO
Reconnect it.
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -4/11
E. Picture abnormal
PICTURE ABNORMAL
Check the disc.
Refer to Servo part
If OK
Check PLL IC of MPEG part
YES (If OK)
Check DSP
YES (If OK)
Check MPEG
YES (If OK)
Replace B/D
F. Disc Error
DISC ERROR
Check Disc
YES (If OK)
Refer to Servo part
YES (If OK)
Replace B/D
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ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -5/11
3. MPEG Circuit
Power is on
Does LG Logo appear
on the screen?
NO
YES
YES
Does the
moving picture of the DVD Disc
play on the screen
normally?
Check power & clock.
NO
YES
Is MPEG data signal normal?
YES
NO
OK
Check CD/DVD DSP output
signal.
OK
Check MPEG Decoder input
signal.
YES
Is error signal normal?
NO
Check CD/DVD DSP output
signal.
OK
Check MPEG Decoder input
signal.
Does the
moving picture of the video
CD play on the screen
normally?
NO
YES
Is MPEG data signal normal?
NO
Check CD/DVD DSP output
signal.
OK
YES
Check MPEG Decoder input
signal.
Is Clock normal?
NO
Check clock signal
YES
Does the audio sound
output normally?
YES
NO
Does the audio
sound output from MPEG
decoder?
YES
END
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Check clock signal
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -6/11
4. Front Circuit (Digitron & key)
START
Power on.
NO
LED ON?
NO
Is oscillation of
X901 normal?
Check Power.
YES
YES
Is Digitron on normally?
NO
CD
YES
Do all the
buttons work
normally?
NO
Check waveform
of IC901 Pin 6.
Replace IC902.
YES
NO
Is waveform of IC901
Pin 76 normal?
NO
Check waveform
of IC901 Pin 13.
YES
YES
Check waveform of
IC901 Pin 13.
YES
NO
NO
Solder Key part.
Replace IC901.
YES
Solder defective parts again.
Check waveform
of IC901 Pin 2.
YES
Check and replace
R903,R912, R904, R905,
R941, R906, R907.
Does remote control
work normally?
YES
NO
Replace Q901.
Replace LED901.
Does pulse
waveform of RC901 Pin 1
appear?
NO
NO
Is RC901 Pin 2 5V?
YES
Solder defective parts
YES
Is IC901
Pin 24 connected to
RC901 Pin 1 ?
Replace RC901.
YES
YES
Complete repairing Front B/D.
NO
Replace IC901.
Re-solder.
YES
YES
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Recheck
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -7/11
5. RF/Servo Circuit
A.
CHECK POINT(General)
Does signal goes
"High" to IC201 Pin194 when the
power is on?
NO
YES
Does signal pulse
input to IC201 Pins 58, 59 when
the powe is on?
NO
Check "2.µ-COM Part".
YES
Does
TTL pulse output to
IC201 Pins 140, 142?
NO
YES
Does
33.8688MHz clock input
to IC201 Pin 63?
YES
Replace IC201
(IC206 soldering or IC defect).
Is IC201
Pins 83, 84, 88, 89 voltage
about 2.2V?
NO
Check power circuit.
YES
END
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NO
Replace X301 or IC304
(30MHz clock defect)
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -8/11
B.
No disc
Power on
Does tray open or close?
Check loading Part.
NO
Push Pick-up to inner track to
the end by hand.
YES
Does
PMD03 Pin 7 change
high to low?
NO
DECK assembly is defective.
(Limit sw)
YES
Pressing
the open/close key
repeatedly, check the voltage of IC2M1
Pins 13, 14 change
0V to 5V
NO
check µ-COM Part.
YES
Does
the voltage change
at PMD04 Pins 1, 2 more than
2V on the basis of
3.8V?
NO
Replace IC2M1.
YES
DECK assembly is defective.
Fig.1. SLED Driver waveform
Does the pick-up
slide inner or outer
track?
YES
NO
Check SLED Driver output.
IC201 Pin 88 IC2M1 Pins 28, 29.
IC201 Pin 88 no output : IC201 is defective
IC2M1 Pin 18 no output : IC2M1 is defective
Check Focus Driver output.
(IC201 Pin 83, IC2M1 Pins 37, 38)
IC201 Pin 83 no output : IC201 is defective
IC2M1 Pins 1, 2 no output : IC2M1 is defective
Fig.2. Focus Driver waveform
Does
the pick-up lens move up
and down?
NO
YES
Slide the pick-up to
inner track.
END
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ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -9/11
C.
DISC IN
OPEN/CLOSE
Fig.3. FOCUS ERROR waveform
NO
FOCUS ON?
Check
the focus error moving the
lens up and down.
(IC2A1 Pin 42)
NO
IC201 no output : Pick-up is defective.
YES
YES
Check IC2A1 Pin 11,12,13,14
in DVD Mode
Does the
TTL level change at IC201
Pin 78 and 132 moving
the lens?
NO
Replace IC201.
YES
Replace µ-COM or IC201.
NO
Does the disc turn?
Check IC2M1 Pin 21, PMD03
Pin 6 turn when the IC2M1
Pin 21 is less than 2.2V.
Check IC201 and IC2M1 when PMD03 Pin 6 is abnormal
YES
NO
IC201 Pin169 is "High"?
Check A
YES
Is OK the track jump.
Does the signal
pulse appear at IC2A1 Pins
39, 29?
NO
YES
YES
NO
Does the screen appear?
Video Part is defective.
Check "5.MPEG Circuit."
Check "7.OSD/Video Circuit."
YES
END
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Replace µ-COM part.
NO
IC2A1 is defective.
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -10/11
D.
CHECK A
Fig.5. RF
waveform
Check RF Eye-Pattern.
RF : 1.5-1.6V(IC2A1 Pin 57)
NO
No signal: Pick-up is defective
Check IC2A1 Pins 5, 6, 7, 8.
YES
NO
Is the eye-pattern vivid?
YES
Does the
sawtooth waveform emit
at IC2A1 Pin 41?
NO
YES
NO
Does the 1.6V emit?
YES
Replace IC201.
Check IC201 Pin84.
No signal at IC201 : IC201 is defective
Check IC201 Pin 162.
Check the clock at the IC201 Pins 28, 30.
Both are normal : IC201 is defective
END
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Replace IC2A1.
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - 11/11
6. KARAOKE Circuit <EZ>
Start
Insert the Mic jack
Is the Mic signal at the
IC802 Pin 1 ?
NO
YES
Is the Mic signal at the
IC802 Pin 2 ?
NO
Replace VR803.
Does the
signal change at the IC802
Pin 1 if adjusting the VR803
(Echo VR)?
YES
NO
Is the Mic signal
at the IC801 Pin 3 ,
normal?
NO
Replace the IC4M1.
Is the Digital signal
output at the IC4M1
Pin 1 ?
YES
NO
Check pattern.
Replace IC801.
7
YES
Replace the VR801,
VR802.
Does the
Mic signal input the IC301
Pin 166 , 169 , 177 , 178 ?
YES
Replace IC301.
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YES
NO
Replace the mic jack
DVD MECHANISM PARTS LOCATION <Except EZ>
• Top View (With Tray)
Procedure
Parts
Fixing Type
Starting No.
1
Holder
2 Screws,
Clamp
2 Locking Tabs
Clamp Assembly
Disass Figembly ure
4-1
1
2
4-1
1, 2
3
Plate Clamp
4-1
1, 2, 3
4
Magnet Clamp
4-1
1, 2, 3, 4
5
Clamp Upper
4-1
1
6
Tray Disc
4-2
1, 6
7
Base Assembly Sled
4-3
1, 2, 6
8
Gear Assembly
1, 2, 6, 8
9
1, 2, 6, 8,
10 Gear Assembly
Disc
4 Screws,
Feed
• Top View (Without Tray)
1 Connector
4-3
1 Locking Tabs
Gear
4-3
Middle
9
1 Screw
4-3
Rack
1, 2, 7
11 Rubber Rear
1, 2, 7
12 Frame Assembly
4-3
1 Screw
Bottom 4-4
Up/Down
1, 2
13 Belt Loading
1, 2 ,13
14 Gear Pulley
1, 2, 13, 14 15 Gear Loading
1 Locking Tab
4-4
1 Locking Tab
1, 2, 7, 12, 13, 14 16 Guide Up/Down
1, 2, 13
17 PWB Assembly
Loading
4-4
4-4
4-4
1 Locking Tab
Bottom 4-4
1 Hook
2Screw
1, 2, 7, 12, 13, 18 Base Main
2 Locking Tabs
4-4
14, 15, 16, 17
• Bottom View
Note
When reassembling, perform the procedure in
reverse order.
The “Bottom” on Disassembly column of above
Table indicates the part should be disassembled
at the Bottom side.
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DVD MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY - 1/3 <Except EZ>
HOLDER CLAMP
PLATE CLAMP
CLAMP ASSEMBLY DISC
(A)
TRAY DISC
MAGNET CLAMP
CLAMP UPPER
(S1)
(S1)
HOLDER CLAMP
(Fig. A)
BASE MAIN
EMERGENCY EJECT HOLE
(L1)
BASE MAIN
(A)
HOLDER CLAMP
LEVER
(L1)
(B)
BASE MAIN
BOTTOM SIDE VIEW
Fig. 4-1
Fig. 4-2
2. Tray Disc (Fig. 4-2)
1. Holder Clamp (Fig. 4-1)
1) Release 2 Screws(S1).
2) Unhook 2 Locking Tabs(L1).
3) Lift up the Holder Clamp and then separate it from the
Base Main.
1-1. Clamp Assembly Disc
1) Place the Clamp Assembly Disc as Fig. (A)
2) Lift up the Clamp Assembly Disc in direction of
arrow(A).
3) Separate the Clamp Assembly Disc from the Holder
Clamp.
1-1-1. Plate Clamp
1) Turn the Plate Clamp to counterclockwise direction and
then lift up the Plate Clamp.
1-1-2. Magnet Clamp
1-1-3. Clamp Upper
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1) Insert and push a Driver in the emergency eject
hole(A) at the right side, or put the Driver on the
Lever(B) of the Gear Emergency and pull the Lever(B)
in direction of arrow so that the Tray Disc is ejected
about 15~20mm.
2) Pull the Tray Disc until it is separated from the Base
Main completely.
DVD MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY - 2/3 <Except EZ>
(L2)
GEAR ASSEMBLY FEED
GEAR MIDDLE
(S2)
GEAR ASSEMBLY RACK
(S2)
(S3)
(S2)
PICK UP
ASSEMBLY
GENERAL
BASE PU(OUTSERT)
(C1)
(S2)
RUBBER REAR
PICK UP ASSEMBLY GENERAL
GEAR ASSEMBLY FEED
GEAR MIDDLE
MOTOR ASSEMBLY SPINDLE
GAER ASSEMBLY RACK
MOTOR ASSEMBLY SPINDLE
Fig. 4-3
3. Base Assembly Sled (Fig. 4-3)
3-2. Gear Middle
3-3. Gear Assembly Rack
1) Release 4 Screw(S2).
2) Disconnect the FFC Connector(C1)
1) Release the Scerw(S3)
3-1. Gear Assembly Feed
4. Rubber Rear (Fig. 4-3)
1) Unhook the Locking Tab(L2) in direction of arrow.
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DVD MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY - 3/3 <Except EZ>
GUIDE UP/DOWN
GEAR LOADING
(L3)
(L6)
GEAR PULLEY
(L6)
(L4)
BASE MAIN
BELT LOADING
(H1)
PWB ASSEMBLY LOADING
(L6)
(C2)
(S5)
BASE MAIN
(A)
(A)
(S4)
(B)
GUIDE UP/DOWN
FRAME ASSEMBLY UP/DOWN
(A)
(L5)
(B)
FIG. (A)
FIG. (B)
(C)
(B)
GUIDE UP/DOWN
GUIDE UP/DOWN
FIG. (C)
Fig. 4-4
5. Frame Assembly Up/Down
Note
Put the Base Main face down(Bottom Side)
1) Release the Screw(S4)
2) Unlock the Locking Tab(L3) in direction of arrow and
then lift up the Frame Assembly Up/Down to separate
it from the Base Main.
Note
• When reassembling move the Guide Up/Down in direction
of arrow(C) until it is positioned as Fig.(C).
• When reassembling insert (A) portion of the Frame
Assembly Up/Down in the (B) portion of the Guide
Up/Down as Fig.(B)
6. Belt Loading(Fig. 4-4)
Note
Put the Base Assembly Main on original position(Top Side)
7. Gear pulley (Fig. 4-4)
1) Unlock the Locking Tab(L4) in direction of arrow(B) and
then separate the Gear Pulley from the Base Main.
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8. Gear Loading (Fig. 4-4)
9. Guide Up/Down (Fig. 4-4)
1) Move the Guide Up/Down in direction of arrow(A) as
Fig.(A)
2) Push the Locking Tab(L5) down and then lift up the
Guide Up/Down to separate it from the Base Main.
Note
When reassembling place the Guide Up/Down as Fig.(C)
and move it in direction arrow(B) until it is locked by the
Locking Tab(L5). And confirm the Guide Up/Down as Fig.(A)
10. PWB Assembly Loading
Note
Put the Base Main face down(Bottom Side)
1) Release 2 Screws(S5)
2) Unkool the Loading Motor Connector (C2) from the
Hook (H1) on the Base Main.
3) Unlock 2 Locking Tabs(L6) and separate the PWB
Assembly Loading from the Base Main.
11. Base Main(Fig. 4-4)
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