Model FL8380 SERVICE MANUAL
harman/kardon
Model FL8380
5 Disc Compact Disc Changer
SERVICE MANUAL
CONTENTS
LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ……...2
OTHER PRECAUTIONS …...................…....… 3
SPECIFICATIONS .........................….….......... 4
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS……….. ... .…...... 6
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS...........……...... 7
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS……….…….8
INSTALLATION/CONNECTIONS……………...10
OPERATION......................……………............ 11
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING ..........……. ….. 13
TEST PROCEDURE…................…..……....… 14
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION……….. ... ……........ 17
BLOCK DIAGRAM …………………….………...21
GENERAL UNIT EXPLODED VIEW I, II .….. ..22
TECH TIP HKTT2003-06 ……………………… 26
DETAILED TROUBLESHOOTING …………… 27
SEMICONDUCTOR IDENTIFICATION..……... 33
PRINTED ClRCUlT BOARDS .....……… …..... 59
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......…………….... 61
MECHANICAL PARTS LIST .......…..……….... 63
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS..................….…...... 68
PACKAGE …………………………………..……72
harman/kardon, Inc.
250 Crossways Park Dr.
Woodbury, New York 11797
Rev1 11/2003
FL8380
LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION
Invisible laser radiation when the unit is open.
Do not stare into beam.
CAUTION: USE OF ANY CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENT, OR
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
Do not look directly at the laser beam
coming from the pickup or allow it to
strike against your skin.
This compact disc player uses a pickup that emits a laser beam. The laser beam is emitted from the
location shown in the figure. When checking the laser diode, be sure to keep your eyes at least 1 foot away
from the pickup lens when the diode is turned on. Do not look directly at the laser beam.
CAUTION:
Using controls and adjustment, or doing procedures other than those specified herein, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
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FL8380
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated "dangerous
voltage" within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
Caution:
To prevent electric shock do not use this
(polarized) plug with an extension cord, receptacle or other outlet unless the blades can be
fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
Attention: Pour prevenir les chocs electriques ne pas
utiliser cetre fiche polarisee avec un
prolongateur, une prise de courant ou une autre sortie de courant, sauf si les lames prevent
etre inserees a fond-sans en laisser aucune
partie a decouvert.
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
HANDLING LASER PICKUP
The laser diode in the optical system of this player can be damaged by electrostatic discharge from
your clothes or your body. Proper electrostatic grounding for service personal is required during servicing.
BEFORE REPAIRING THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Preparation
Human Body Grounding:
Many of the components used in this compact disc player, including the laser pickup, are sensitive to
electrostatic discharge. Service personal should be grounded with an electrostatic armband (1 Mohm).
Caution:
Static charge on clothing does not escape through a body grounding wrist band.
Be careful not to contact the pickup or electrical components with your clothing.
Workbench and Tool Grounding:
A properly-grounded electroconductive plate (1Mohm) or metal sheet should be fitted to the workbench
surface. Tools and instruments (such as soldering irons and scopes) should be grounded to prevent AC
leakage.
Note: Laser diodes are so susceptible to damage from static electricity that, even if a static discharge does
not ruin a diode, it can shorten its life or cause it to work improperly.
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FL8380
Technical Specifications
Signal Format
Sampling Frequency
44.1kHz
HDCD Processing
Burr-Brown PCM1732
D/A Conversion
Dual 18-Bit
Oversampling
8 Times
Discrete Analog Output Section
Error Correction
CIRC System
Frequency Response
20Hz – 20kHz +0, –1dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
<0.02% @1kHz
Dynamic Range
>97dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
>97dB
Channel Separation
80dB
Line-Level Output
1.0V RMS
Digital Output
Coax
General
Power Requirement
120V/60Hz
Power Consumption
20 Watts
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
5.1" (129mm)
17.3" (440mm)
15.2" (386mm)
16.7 lbs (7.6kg)
Depth measurement includes knobs and buttons.
Height measurement includes feet and chassis.
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Harman Kardon is a registered trademark, and Power for the digital revolution is a trademark, of Harman Kardon, Inc.
, HDCD®, High Definition Compatible Digital® and Pacific Microsonics™ are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Pacific Microsonics, Inc., in the United States and/or other countries. HDCD system manufactured under license from
Pacific Microsonics, Inc. This product is covered by one or more of the following: In the USA: 5,479,168; 5,638,074; 5,640,161;
5,808,574; 5,838,274; 5,854,600; 5,864,311; 5,872,531; and in Australia: 669114. Other patents pending.
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FL8380
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Power Consumption
2. Power Super
3. Dimensions
4. Product Outlook
5. Remote Unit
6. Compliance Requirement
7. Disc Changer Mechanism
Operating <18W; Standby <5W
230V AC 50Hz or 120V AC60Hz
440 x 130 x 386mm
Refer to attached diagram
harman/kardon remote code
i EMC EN55013, EN61000-3-2,
EN61000-3-3, EN55022
ii. CE (LVD EN60065)
iii. NRTL/C
iv. HDCD
5 disc carousel; Play 1 change 4
8. Sound Processor
9. CD Servo System
HDCD
Digital Servo, Auto Alignment
AUDIO SPECIFICATION
Output Level 1KHz 0dB (no HDCD)
Output Level 1KHz 0dB (HDCD output)
Frequency Response 20Hz~20KHz reference
THD 1KHz 0dB (30KHz Filter)
THD 1KHz 0dB (no any filter)
THD 20Hz~20KHz 0dB (30KHz Filter)
S/N 1KHz 0dB A-weighted (A Filter)
Dynamic Range
Channel Separation 1KHz 0dB(30KHz Filter)
Channel Balance
De-emphasis (5KHz,16KHz)
Typical
1.0 Vrms
2.0Vrms
+0-1dB
0.01%
0.03%
0.04%
97dB
95dB
85dB
+-0.5dB
+-0.5dB
Limit
+-1dB
+- 2dB
+0.5-1.5dB
0.05%
0.08%
0.05%
93dB
90dB
80dB
+-1.5dB
+-1.5dB
Headphone output specification under 32 ohm load
Maximum Headphone Output Level 1KHz 0dB
Frequency Response (20~20KHz)
THD 20~20KHz 0dB (30KHz Filter)
5
1.5Vp-p
+-1dB
0.1%
+-0.2V
+-1.5dB
0.2%
FL8380
Front Panel Controls
#
$
FL 8380
Power
1 2
Phones
! )
@
1
2
3
4
5
DISK SKIP
9
PLAY/PAUSE
‹‹
SEARCH
››
STOP
Í‹‹
SKIP
››Í
8
7
Phones Level
3 4
5
6
1 Power Switch
2 Status Mode Indicator
3 Headphones Jack
4 Headphones Level Control
5 CD Drawer
6 Open/Close Button
7 Search Button
8 Skip Button
9 Stop Button
) Play/Pause Button
! Disc Skip Button
@ Disc Select Button
# Information Display
$ Remote Sensor
1 Power Switch: Press this switch to apply
power to the FL 8380. When the FL 8380 is
first turned on by pressing this switch, the
Status Mode Indicator 2 will turn green,
and the Information Display # will light.
Press the switch again to turn the unit off; the
Status Mode Indicator 2 will turn amber,
indicating that the unit is in a Standby mode.
When the FL 8380 is connected to a switched
AC outlet, such as those found on the back of
many audio products, it will return to the
Standby mode when power is applied to the
switched outlet without any further press of the
switch.
level will not change the sound level for the
unit’s main output, as that remains constant.
5 CD Drawer: This drawer holds the discs
that will be played. Press the Open/Close button 6 to open the drawer so that discs may
be inserted.
) Play/Pause Button: Press this button to
start the playback of a CD. If the CD drawer is
open, pressing this button will automatically
close the drawer. Press this button once during
play to momentarily pause a disc. When the
button is pressed again, the disc will resume
play at the point it was paused.
6 Open/Close Button: Press this button to
open or close the disc drawer. DO NOT push the
drawer to close it or damage to the transport
mechanism may result.
! Disc Skip Button: Press this button to
change to the next disc. If a disc position is
empty, the FL 8380 will automatically search for
the next position that contains a disc.
7 Search Button: Press one side of this button to search forward — or the other side
of the button to search backwards ‚
through a disc to locate a particular portion of
the disc being played.
@ Disc Select Buttons: Press one of these
buttons to select the disc in a specific position
in the CD drawer.
2 Status Mode Indicator: When the
FL 8380 is in the On mode, this indicator will
glow green. When the unit is off, the indicator
will glow amber, indicating that the unit is still
connected to the AC main supply.
3 Headphones Jack: Connect a set of standard headphones to this jack for private listening.
4 Headphones Level Control: Turn this
knob to increase or decrease the volume level
for headphones connected to the FL 8380’s
Headphones Jack 3. Note that changing this
8 Skip Button: Press one side of this button
to move to the next track —Í or the other
side of the button to move back to the previous
track Ífifi on the disc being played.
9 Stop Button: Press this button to stop the
disc currently being played. (See page 11 for
more information.)
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# Information Display: This display
provides details about the operation of the
FL 8380.
$ Remote Sensor: The sensor behind this
window receives commands from the remote
control. Keep this area clear if you wish to use
the FL 8380 with a remote control.
FL8380
Rear Panel Connections
£ ¢ ∞
¡ ™
LEFT
OUT
CAUTION
IN
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RIGHT
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
REMOTE
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
SHOCK HAZARD: DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
MADE IN CHINA
AUDIO
OUTPUT
SERIAL NO.
AC INPUT
AC 117V / 60Hz
20W
This device complies with part 1.5 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and, (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
®
®
HDCD® and High Definition Compatible Digital®
are registered trademarks of Pacific Microsonics, Inc.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
LR46800
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1-98
UL 1270
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS
RULES 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J.
APPLICABLE AT DATE MANUFACTURED:
¡ AC Power Cord
™ Coaxial Digital Output
£ Remote Control Output
¢ Remote Control Input
∞ Analog Audio Outputs
¡ AC Power Cord: Connect this plug to an
AC outlet. If the outlet is switch-controlled, make
certain that the switch is in the ON position.
¢ Remote Control Input: Connect the
output of a remote infrared sensor or the
remote control output of another compatible
Harman Kardon product. This will enable the
remote control system to operate even when the
front panel Remote Sensor $ is blocked. It
will also allow use of the FL 8380 with optional,
external control systems.
™ Coaxial Digital Output: Connect this
jack to the coaxial-digital input of a digital
audio/video receiver or an external digital-toanalog converter for direct access to the digital
signals of the FL 8380. DO NOT connect this jack
to the standard audio inputs of any device.
£ Remote Control Output: Connect
this jack to the input of another compatible
Harman Kardon remote controlled device to
have the remote sensor on the FL 8380 provide
signals to other products.
∞ Analog Audio Outputs: Connect these
jacks to the analog CD audio inputs of your
receiver, surround processor or preamplifier.
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MODEL NO.: FL 8380
HARMAN KARDON
NORTHRIDGE
CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.
FL8380
Remote Control Functions
a Disc-Select Buttons
b Numeric Buttons
c Clear Button
d Search Buttons
DISC NO.
1
e Skip Buttons
f Stop Button
a
POWER
2
ON
OFF
3
4
5
+
1
TRACK NO.
2
3
DISC
SKIP
4
5
6
REPEAT
p
o
g Play Button
h Random Button
i Pause Button
–
j Program Button
k Time Button
m
b
7
l Intro Button
o Power On Button
p Power Off Button
8
9
INTRO
l
m Repeat Button
n Disc Skip Buttons
n
CLEAR
0
c
SEARCH
d
PROGRAM
RANDOM
SKIP
e
FL 8380
8
TIME
k
j
i
h
g
f
FL8380
Remote Control Functions
a Disc-Select Buttons: Press one of these
buttons to select the disc in a specific position
in the CD drawer.
b Numeric Buttons: Press these buttons to
select a specific track on a disc. The FL 8380
will immediately go to the track and begin to
play it. These buttons are also used to enter
track numbers into the memory for preprogrammed-play lists. (See page 13 for complete
information on programming the FL 8380.)
c Clear Button: Press this button to
remove tracks from a programmed sequence.
Each press of the button will remove one track,
starting with the last track programmed to play.
(See page 13 for complete information on programming the FL 8380.)
d Search Buttons: Press these buttons
to search forward — or backwards ‚
through a disc to locate a particular portion of
the selection being played.
e Skip Buttons: Press one of these buttons
to move to the next track —Í or to move back
to the previous track Í‚ on the disc being
played.
f Stop Button: Press this button to stop the
disc currently being played.
g Play Button: Press this button to start
the playback of a CD. If the CD drawer is open,
pressing this button will automatically close the
drawer.
h Random Button: Press this button to
play all of the tracks on a disc in a random
order. (See page 11 for more information.)
i Pause Button: Press this button once to
momentarily pause a disc. When the button is
pressed again, the disc will resume play from the
point at which it was paused.
j Program Button: This button is used to
program the playback of a disc in a particular
order. (See page 13 for complete instructions on
programming the FL 8380.)
k Time Button: In normal operation, the
display will show the running time of the track
being played. Press the button once to check
the time remaining for the track in play. Press
the button again to view the total play time
remaining for the disc in play.
l Intro Button: Press this button to put the
FL 8380 into the Intro Scan mode. When you
press this button, the unit will play the first 10
seconds of each track on the disc, and then move
to the next track. Press the button again to defeat
the function and continue full play of the current
track. (See page 12 for more information.)
m Repeat Button: Press this button once to
continuously repeat the track currently being
played. Press it a second time to repeat the entire
disc. (See page 13 for more information.)
n Disc Skip Buttons: Press these buttons to
change to the next disc. If a disc position is empty,
the FL 8380 will automatically search for the next
position that contains a disc.
o Power On Button: When the FL 8380 is
plugged into an active AC outlet, press this button
to turn the unit on. The Status Mode Indicator
2 will turn green. If the unit is plugged into a
switched outlet, power must be applied to the
switched outlet in order for the Power On button
o to be effective.
p Power Off Button: Press this button to
turn the unit off; the Status Mode Indicator 2
will turn amber, indicating that the unit is in a
Standby mode.
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FL8380
Installation and Connections
To prevent possible damage to your speakers
and other components in your audio system, it
is important that ALL components, including the
FL 8380 and your receiver or preamp and
amplifiers, are turned off and unplugged from
their AC power source when installing any new
component.
NOTE: When replacing batteries, it is always a
good idea to replace both at the same time.
When the unit will not be used for an extended
period of time, it is also a good idea to remove
the batteries so that the potential for corrosion
or damage is avoided.
If the FL 8380 is installed behind a cabinet or
other obstruction that may block the path
between the front panel Remote Sensor $
and the location of the remote, an optional
external IR sensor may be used. Connect the
sensor to the remote IR-In jack ¢ on the
rear panel. This jack may also be connected to
the IR-Output jack of another compatible
Harman Kardon component or a compatible IRsystem-remote product.
Connecting the FL 8380 to your audio system is
simple. Using standard RCA-to-RCA interconnect cords, connect the left and right Audio
Output jacks ∞ on the rear panel to the CD
input jacks on your receiver, surround processor
or preamplifier.
If your system includes an optional external
digital-to-analog converter, or if you are using a
receiver or other processor that has the capability to decode PCM digital input signals, connect
the Coaxial Digital Output jack ™ to the
Coaxial Digital input on the decoder. Make certain to use a coaxial-style interconnect cable, as
standard audio cables will not perform as well.
➞
Install the two AA batteries supplied with the
FL 8380’s remote by turning the remote over so
that you are holding the bottom side up. Press
lightly on the embossed arrow on the cover and
gently slide the cover towards you in the direction
of the arrow. Insert the batteries inside the compartment, being careful to follow the + and –
polarity indications at the bottom of the compartment. Replace the cover by placing it on the
remote and sliding it back towards the top of the
remote.
You may also use the IR Sensor in the FL 8380 to
send commands to other compatible remote controlled products. Connect the remote IR-Out jack
£ to the input of the other product or system.
Connect the power to a nonswitched AC wall
outlet or to the accessory outlet on the rear of
another audio device in your system and you
are ready to go!
NOTE: When using the accessory outlet on
another product to power the FL 8380, make
certain that it has the compatibility to power a
device that draws at least 20 watts of current
in addition to being able to handle the requirements of the other devices that may be plugged
into the accessory outlets. If you use a
“switched” outlet, it is important to remember
that the host product must be turned on in
order for the FL 8380 to operate.
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FL8380
Operation
Loading Discs
To load a disc, first turn the FL 8380 on, using
the Power Switch 1 or the Power On o
button on the remote. Note that the Status
Mode Indicator 2 will turn green and the
Information Display # will light. The word
disc will flash in the Information Display, and
the disc tray will automatically turn clockwise so
that the FL 8380 can sense which, if any, of the
disc positions already have a disc.
To load a disc, first press the Open/Close
button 6, taking care that the space in front
of the drawer is not obstructed. Note that if the
drawer is blocked when you attempt to open it,
it will automatically close within five seconds to
protect the mechanism.
Load discs in the tray with the printed (label)
side facing up toward you. Make certain that
the disc is centered in the tray. Either 5"
(12cm) or 3" (8cm) discs may be used. When a
3" (8cm) disc is played, it should be carefully
centered within the smaller ridges on the tray.
Only one CD can be placed in any position at a
time. When a 3" (8cm) disc is played, DO NOT
place a standard 5" (12cm) disc over the
smaller disc.
Labeled surface
Recorded surface
Note that each disc position has a number
embossed in the plastic tray. This corresponds to
the position this disc will occupy for playback
and programming. To make it easier to identify
each disc’s position, the disc position number
for the holder space that is in the center of the
disc tray will also appear in the Information
Display when the disc drawer is open.
To rotate the disc tray to another position, press
the Disc Skip button !n. The tray will
revolve to the next slot and the Information
Display will indicate the position number for
the slot in the middle of the tray.
To close the disc drawer, press the Open/
Close button 6. When the drawer closes, the
disc that was last in the center position on the
tray will be readied for play. Its number will
appear in the Information Display and a red
icon will flash to the right of the disc number.
The icons for all other tray positions that have a
disc will be a blue line. If the center disc position is empty when the drawer is closed, the
unit will search for the next position with a
loaded disc and place it in the Ready mode.
The drawer may also be closed and the FL 8380
put into play by pressing the Play/Pause
button )g. This will put the disc in the center position into the Play mode.
To close the drawer and play a specific disc,
press the Disc Select button @ a corresponding to the tray position number for the
disc you wish to play.
When the disc drawer closes, the Information
Display will briefly display the disc number, the
total number of tracks on the disc and the
disc’s total running time. After five seconds, the
display will indicate the disc number that is in
the play position, both by a flashing red icon to
the right of the disc number and the wording in
the display, such as disc 5. The total number
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of tracks on the disc will light at the far right
side of the display.
To remove a disc from the player, press the
Open/Close button 6. The drawer will open,
allowing the disc to be removed. Press the Disc
Skip button !n to rotate the disc carousel
tray to reach discs that may be covered. When
a disc does not occupy a numbered tray, and
the sensor detects no disc present, the disc
number will drop from the display.
Upon placing a disc in the unoccupied tray, the
disc number will reappear when detected by
the sensor mechanism.
Disc-Handling Notes
When loading or unloading discs, it is best to
hold them by the edges.
While compact discs are very reliable, rough
handling may damage them. Avoid scratching
the bottom (nonprinted) side of discs, and any
handling that will leave fingerprints.
To avoid damage to the disc and player, always
seat discs so that they are centered in the tray.
Do not lift the player while the disc tray is
opening or closing, as this may cause the discs
to unseat from the tray and possibly jam.
Note: Always remember to remove all discs
from the player before moving or repacking it.
FL8380
Operation
Normal Play
The FL 8380 provides a variety of ways to select
discs for playback.
To play all of the tracks on each disc in order,
starting with the first track on the disc currently
in the play position, and proceeding through
each disc that has been loaded, press the
Play/Pause button ) on the front panel, or
the Play g button on the remote.
To start play on a specific disc, press the Disc
Select button @ a that corresponds to the
desired disc’s position in the disc tray. If no disc
is found in the selected position, the unit will
search for the next disc.
When a disc is in play, the Information Display
will show a play indicator fl. The track being
played will show both as a large number in the
middle of the display, and as a smaller, flashing
number at the right side of the display. The
elapsed time of the track being played will
appear in the display.
As the disc plays, the track numbers will
change, and the time will reset to
at
the start of each new track. To momentarily
pause the play of a disc, press the Play/Pause
button ) on the front panel, or the Pause i
button on the remote. Note that a Pause indication ± will appear in the display to remind you
that the disc is paused. Press either the Play
button (Play/Pause on front panel) )g or
the Pause button i to resume normal play.
You may also select a track on any disc in play
by entering the desired track number directly
using the Numeric buttons b. Note that two
buttons must always be pressed when entering a
track number. Thus, when entering track numbers
1 through 9, press the “0” button first and then
the number for the desired track. In all cases, the
two buttons must be entered within three seconds of each other.
To stop the disc, press the Stop button 9f.
When the stop button is pressed, the display
will again show the total number of tracks and
total running time of the last disc played.
Random Play
The FL 8380 includes three Random Play modes
that enable you to let the machine select the
tracks to be played in a random order. The
Random modes may be started at any time by
pressing the Random button h on the
remote when the unit is already in Play mode.
Random 1: To play all the tracks on a disc in
random order, press the Random button h
ONCE so that the R A N D O M indicator lights. The
FL 8380 will play the tracks on the disc in an
order selected by the unit’s microprocessor and
stop play when all of the tracks have been
played once.
Random, All, Sequential: When the Random
button h is pressed TWICE, the R A N D O M and
S E Q U E N T I A L indicators will light. In this mode,
all tracks on the current disc will be played in
random order, and then the unit will advance to
the next disc in order and play all tracks on that
disc randomly. When each disc is finished, the
next disc will play its tracks in random order
until all discs have been played. After the last
disc plays, the unit will stop.
Random, All Tracks/Discs: When the Random
button h is pressed THREE times, the
R A N D O M , A L L and D I S C indicators will light. In
this mode, the FL 8380 will select two tracks
from the disc in use and play them randomly.
After these two tracks play, another disc will be
randomly selected and two tracks will play from
that disc. This pattern of a randomly selected
disc, and the play of two random tracks from
each disc, will continue until all tracks on all
discs have been played. At that point the unit
will stop.
HDCD
HDCD, which stands for High Definition
Compatible Digital®, is a sophisticated process
that enables the FL 8380 to deliver outstanding
digital-to-analog decoding, no matter what
type of CD is played.
When a disc with the HDCD logo is played,
the FL 8380 is able to take advantage of the
special recording process that is used in the
creation of HDCD discs. Although HDCD discs
are playable on any CD player, when they are
used in a unit such as the FL 8380, the special
circuitry delivers audio with extraordinary
fidelity, stunning resolution and the highest
possible overall quality. The HDCD process
effectively cancels the additive and subtractive
distortions that are present in other recordings.
No special adjustment is required to play an
HDCD disc. Simply play the disc as you would
any other CD, and the FL 8380 will automatically sense that it is an HDCD recording. The
indicator will light in the
Information Display # on the front panel
to remind you that an HDCD disc is playing.
It is important to note that the HDCD process is
completely compatible with standard recordings.
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Its high-quality digital-to-analog circuitry provides enhanced playback from all standard CD
audio discs.
Play Exchange
The FL 8380’s Play Exchange feature allows you
to change discs while the machine is playing.
Using this feature, you can have uninterrupted
play of an unlimited number of discs, since the
drawer may be opened and discs changed
while another disc is playing.
To use the Play Exchange function, simply press
the Open/Close button 6 at any time while
the unit is in the Play mode. The disc drawer
will open and two discs will be available for
change. Replace either disc, or both, as desired.
To reach the other two discs, press the Disc
Skip button !n. You may now remove and
change either of these two discs.
When you have finished making any disc
changes, press the Open/Close button 6. The
drawer will close and play will continue with
normal functions.
Time Display
The FL 8380’s time display is capable of showing a wide range of information about a CD.
In normal operation, the display will show the
total running time of the CD that is currently
being played. Each time the track changes, the
time display will reset to
and begin to
increase again as the disc plays.
To view the time remaining on an individual
track, press the Time button k on the remote
control ONCE. The display will now show the
time left in the track currently playing.
To view the total playing time remaining on a
disc, press the Time button k on the remote
control TWICE. In this Time Display mode the
T R A C K indicator will show the tracks remaining, differing from the usual display of the track
being played.
Headphone Listening
You may listen to the output of the FL 8380
through headphones by plugging any headphones with a 1⁄4" headphone plug or adapter
into the front-panel Headphones Jack 3.
The volume of the headphone output can be
adjusted with the Headphones Level
Control 4. Note that changing the headphone level will not change the volume for the
main audio output. This is a fixed output and it
is changed using the volume control on your
receiver, preamplifier or surround processor.
FL8380
Troubleshooting Guide
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No lights on front panel
• No AC power
• Make certain that the AC power cord is plugged into a live outlet
Remote does not appear to operate
• Main Power Switch turned off
• Weak batteries
• Blocked sensor
• Turn on Main Power Switch
• Install fresh batteries, observing polarity indications
• Remove obstructions from the front panel sensor, or connect
a remote sensor to the Remote-In jack on the rear panel
Front panel lights but CD does not play
• Disc upside down
• Moisture inside unit
• Turn CD over so that label side faces up
• Leave the unit turned ON for 30 minutes to allow
moisture to evaporate
Play indicator lights but no sound is heard
• Receiver or preamp and amp
not turned on
• Poor connections
• Wrong source selected
• Turn on all necessary equipment
• Make certain connections are secure and made to
the correct (e.g., CD) input
• Select CD source on receiver or preamp
Sound skips or stutters during play
• Disc may be damaged
• Surface vibrations
• Try another disc
• Isolate the unit from vibration by placing it on a firm surface
or move it further away from speakers
Sound is continually distorted
• Incorrect input
• Make certain that the FL 8380 is connected to a line-level
audio input, NOT a digital audio or phono input
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Audio Characteristics Test Procedure
Test Equipment
1. 3346 CD Player Evaluating Filter x 2 (NF Electronic Instrument)
2. VP7722 Panasonic Audio Analyzer
3. Sony YEDS18 Test CD disc
Procedure
Equipment Setup
1. The audio output of the CD player under test is connected to the CD filter L
& R inputs.
2. The outputs from the filter are connected to the Audio Analyzer.
Check the output Voltage
1. Set the mode of the filter to ‘ THRU’
2. Set the mode of Audio Analyzer to ‘ LEVEL’ mode
3. Select track 2 of the test disc and play the CD disc
4. The output voltage and gain of the R & L channels are taken by pressing
the respective buttons on the control board of Audio Analyzer.
Frequency Response
1. Set the mode of the filter to reference level mode.
2. Select the track 3, 4, 5, and 6 of the test disc and run it under ‘ Play’ mode.
3. Check the output of the R & L Channels
Total Harmonic Distortion
1. Set the mode of the filter to ‘ DIST/CH-SP’ mode
2. Set the audio analyzer to ‘ DIST’ mode.
3. Set the unit of the audio analyzer to ‘ %’ mode
4. Select the track 2, 4, and 5 on the test disc and run them under ‘ PLAY’
mode
5. Check the % of each R & L channels
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Signal to Noise Ratio
1. Set the mode of the filter to ‘ S/N’ mode
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Play track 2 of the test disc
The unit of the audio analyzer is set to dB mode
Press the S/N key on the control panel of the audio analyzer
Play track 7
Measure the data of S/N ratio
Dynamic Range
1. Set the mode of the filter to ‘ D-Range’ mode
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the audio analyzer to ‘ DIST’ Mode
Set the unit of the audio analyzer to ‘ dB’ mode
Play track 17of the test disc
The dynamic range should be |A| + 60dB
Channel Separation
1. Set the mode of the filter to ‘ DIST/CH-SP’ mode
2. Set the audio analyzer to ‘ LEVEL’ mode
3. Play the tracks 8, 9, 10 & 11
4. The measured results is the difference between L & R channel
De-emphasis
1. Press the ‘ THRU’ button of the CD filter
2. Play the track 2 of the test disc
3. Press the ‘ Relative Level’ and make it ‘ ON’
4. Select the track 12 and 13 and measure the L & R channels value
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FL8380 Preliminary Production Specification
Test Disc Specification
Black Dot TCD 725B
Interruption MCD-131
Finger print
Vertical Deviation MCD-151
Eccentricity TCD 712
8cm test disc TCD 783
Access Time 1st to last track YEDS18
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Typical
1000um
900um
75um
0.92mm
140um
Last Track
Limit
600um
600um
65um
0.92mm
140um
Last Track
4 sec
10 sec
FL8380
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Tracking System
To Focus System
VREF1
R15
VREF2
32
Subtraction
GCTRL
TBAL
R14
31
E
A
B
C
D
TEN
28
C15
VGCTRL
F
23
21
30
25
R10
C5
24
C2
R5
VTBAL
C8
TEOUT
PDIC
The tracking error output of E and F is given to Pin 25 (TEOUT). C8 is required for
oscillation-proof. R10 is chosen such that TEOUT of Pin 25 become 1.4Vp-p.
During alignment procedure, the DSP IC (MN662790) will adjust the tracking balance
voltage VTBAL from Pin 31. VTBAL varies with reference to the center voltage VREF2 (=1.65 V)
within ±0.5 V.
The tracking gain will change according to the type of disc. For normal disc or CDR disc,
VGCTRL is set to VREF2; for CDRW disc VGCTRL is set to VREF2 - 0.75 V. At the same time, the
focus gain is changed too.
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C47
Focus System
R27
R21
R20
C35
3
5
36
E
35
A
B
C
D
Subtraction
GCTRL
FBAL
34
F
33
FEN
28
29
C3
VGCTRL
27
R7
26
C2
R6
PDIC
VFBAL
C4
FEOUT
The focus error output of A, B, C and D are given to Pin 27. C4 is required for oscillationproof. R7 is set such that FEOUT of Pin 27 becomes 1.46 Vp-p.
During alignment procedure, the DSP IC (MN662790) will adjust the focus balance voltage
VFBAL from Pin 30. VFBAL varies with reference to the center voltage VREF2 (=1.65 V) within
±0.5 V.
The focus gain will change according to the type of disc. For normal disc or CDR disc,
VGCTRL is set to VREF2; for CDRW disc VGCTRL is set to VREF2 - 0.75 V. At the same time, the
tracking gain is changed too.
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RF, EQ, AGC
C47
R27
VCC1
R21
R20
C35
RFOUT
3
5
6
EQ
ARF NRFDET
VCC1
ENV
C29
C39
C28
8
9
C38
10
AGC
17
11
12
ENV
DETECTION
RF
DETECTION
36
35
C2
28
GCTRL
34
VGCTRL
33
The signals A, B, C and D input from PDIC are composed into the RF signal by the RF
Addition Amp, then output from RFOUT of Pin 5. This Amp is designed so that RFOUT is
about 0.5 Vp-p for normal CD disc (about 0.4 Vp-p for CDR and 0.12 Vp-p for CDRW).
RF signal from Pin 5 is then input to the AGC block through the EQ block (the EQ
characteristic is fixed for single speed operation in this design). It is then gain-controlled
and output to Pin 10 ARF. The AGC block maintains the output level of ARF to about
1.0Vp-p for all types of disc. C38 connected to Pin 9 is for the AGC loop filter.
The RF Detection block detects the amplitude of the RF signal inputted from the EQ block.
Inputted RF signal is detected after passing through a high-pass filter. Detection level is
changed in accrodance with the voltage of GCTRL Pin 28.
The ENV detection block detects the fluctuation of the 3T-composition in the RF signal
which is needed for focus balance adjustment. C39 connected to Pin 11 forms a filter for
detecting the signal fluctuation. The ENV output signal from Pin 12 is filtered by C29.
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APC
19
LDON
VCC1
C33
R18
2
Q1
LD
LASER UNIT
170mV
1
PD
The laser diode has large negative temperature characteristic in its optical output when
driven with a constant current on laser diode. Therefore, the output on processing monitor
photo diode, must be a controlled current for getting regular output power, thus the APC
(Auto Power Control) circuit is composed.
Reference Power Supply
VCC1
VCC2
R
R
20 VREF1
R
22 VREF2
R
R/2
R/2
A reference power supply for servo is built-in. The current capacity of the reference supply
is about 3 mA.
VREF1 = 1/2 VCC1 = 2.5 V
VREF2 = 1/2 VCC2 = 1.65 V
where VCC1 = 5 V and VCC2 = 3.3 V
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5-CD MECHANISM 9600-505007-001
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5-CD MECHANISM 9600-505007-001
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TECH TIPS
harman/kardon
Troubleshooting tips and solutions to common service problems
For models: FL8350/FL8550/FL8380
TIP# HKTT2003-06
Complaint: Unit Will Not Play or Recognize a Disc, “Skipping”.
Possible Problem: Misalignment of the top cover and rear panel.
To test, attempt to play the unit with the top cover OFF. If symptoms persist, troubleshoot further. If the
unit will play with the cover OFF, the problem is caused by a misalignment of the top cover and the rear
panel. When the screws are tightened on the top cover, at the rear of the unit, the CD mechanism may
“warp” upward in the area of the clamper arm, which causes a “Will not Play” symptom, which shows up as
an unusual delay, with the word “Disc” in the display, after the “Play” button is pressed.
Solutions:
Washers can be added to the top rear screws to fill the gap between the top cover “lip” and rear panel.
Alternately, a spacer can be constructed of fish paper, plastic sheet, or similar material, that will fit
between the Disc Clamper and the inside of the rear panel. Choose thickness as necessary.
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FL8380
MN662790RSA1
Signal Processing LSI for CD Players
Overview
The MN662790RSA is a CD signal processing LSI that,
on a single chip, combines optics servos for the CD player
(focus, tracking, and traverse servos), digital signal
processing (EFM demodulation and error correction),
digital servo processing for the spindle motor, digital
filter, and D/A converter, so thus covers all signal
processing functions from the head's RF amplifier onward.
Features
(Optics servo)
Focus, tracking, and traverse servos
Automatic adjustment functions for FO/TR gain,
FO/TR offset, and FO/TR balance
Built-in D/A converter for drive voltage output
Built-in dropout countermeasures
Anti-shock functions
Built-in track cross counter
Traverse speed detection function
(Audio circuits)
Digital filter using 8-fold oversampling
Built-in D/A converter (1-bit D/A converter)
Built-in differential operational amplifier (secondary
low pass filter)
(Other)
Built-in playback pitch control function (normal
speed only) (±13%)
Support for quadruple-speed playback (digital servo
and signal processing block only)
Built-in support for jitter-free disc rotation synchronization playback
Oscillator shutdown mode
Power management mode
Operating voltage 3.3 V for internal circuit; 5 V for
Digital input pins
Applications
(Digital Signal Processing)
Built-in DSL and PLL
Frame synchronization detection, holding, and
insertion
Subcode data processing
Subcode Q data CRC check
Built-in subcode Q data register
CIRC error detection and correction
C1 decoder: duplex error correction
C2 decoder: triplex error correction
Built-in 16-K bits of RAM for use in deinterleaving
Audio data interpolation
Averaging or retention of previous values
Digital attenuation (–12 dB)
Audio data peak level detection function
Digital audio interface (EIAJ format)
Audio data serial interface for input and output
(Spindle Motor Servo)
CLV digital servo
Switchable servo gain
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MN662790RAS1
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
VDD
X2
X1
VSS
SBCK
SUBC
VCOF2
PCK
EFM
AVSS2
AVDD2
VCOF
PLLF
DSLF
DRF
IREF
ARF
WVEL
PLAY
PLLF2
Pin Assignment
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
BCLK
LRCK
SRDATA
DVDD1
DVSS1
TX
MCLK
MDATA
MLD
SENSE
FLOCK
TLOCK
BLKCK
SQCK
SUBQ
DMUTE
STAT
RST
SMCK
PMCK
BYTCK/TVSTOP
CLDCK
FCLK
IPFLAG
FLAG
CLVS
CRC
DEMPH
FLAG6/RESY
IOSEL
TEST
AVDD1
OUTL
AVSS1
OUTR
RSEL
CSEL
PSEL
MSEL
SSEL
(TOP VIEW)
QFS080-P-1414
34
LDON
BDO
RFDET
TRCRS
OFT
VDET
RFENV
TE
FE
TBAL
FBAL
VREF
FOD
TRD
KICK
ECS
ECM
PC
TVD
TRV
FL8380
MN662790RAS1
Block Diagram
PWM
(R)
1 BIT DAC
LOGICS
PWM
(L)
74
AVSS1
72
AVDD1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
INTERFACE
CLV
SERVO
6
24
INTERPOLATION
SOFT MUTING
DIGITAL
ATTENUATION
PEAK DETECT
AUTO CUE
CIRC ERROR CORRECTION 16K
SRAM
DEINTERLEAVE
EFM DEMODULATION
SYNC INTERPOLATION
SUBCODE DEMODULATION
SUBCODE
BUFFER
VCO
53
52
48
41
47
45
46
44
76
78
2
23
3
1
16
D/A
CONVERTER
OUTPUT
PORT
SERVO CPU
MICROCOMPUTER
INTERFACE
TIMING
GENERATOR
PITCH CONTROL
35
36
OFT
38
SERVO
TIMING GENERATOR
RFDET
39
BDO
35
VDET
37
INPUT PORT
TRCRS
32
FE
33
TE
34
RFENV
A/D CONVERTER
21
26
29
61
25
22
27
28
31
30
12
11
42
40
TX
ECM
PC
LRCK
SRDATA
BCLK
DMUTE
TRV
KICK
VREF
BYTCK/TRVSTOP
ECS
TVD
TRD
FOD
TBAL
FBAL
TLOCK
FLOCK
PLAY
LDON
43
WVEL
10
SENSE
17
60
57
4
5
18
71
STAT
19
63
20
77
79
59
58
VDD
VSS
DVDD1
DVSS1
RST
TEST
SMCK
FCLK
PMCK
CSEL
MSEL
X2
X1
VCO
9
MLD
7
MCLK
8
MDATA
CK384/EFM
54
VCOF2
49
VCOF
OUTL
65
FLAG
64
IPFLAG
DSL•PLL
80
SSEL
14
SQCK
15
SUBQ
PCK
EFM
PLLF
PLLF2
DSLF
IREF
DRF
ARF
RSEL
PSEL
8 TIMES
OVER SAMPLING
DIGITAL FILTER
DIGITAL
DEEMPHASIS
66
67
13
62
56
55
68
69
+
CLVS
CRC
BLKCK
CLDCK
SBCK
SUBC
DEMPH
FLAG6/RESY
70
73
–
IOSEL
OUTR
+
LRCKIN/MSEL
BCLKIN/SSEL
SRDATEIN/PSEL
75
–
51
AVSS2
50
AVDD2
FL8380
MN662790RAS1
Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
1
Symbol
BCLK
I/O
O
Function Description
SRDATA bit clock output.
2
LRCK
O
Left/right channel discrimination signal output.
3
SRDATA
O
Serial data output.
4
DV DD1
I
Power supply for digital circuits.
5
DVSS1
I
Ground for digital circuits.
6
TX
O
Digital audio interface output signal.
7
MCLK
I
Microcomputer command clock input. (Data is latched at rising edge.)
8
MDATA
I
Microcomputer command data input.
9
MLD
I
Microcomputer command load signal input.
10
SENSE
O
Sense signal output. (OFT, FESL, NACEND, NAJEND, SFG, and NWTEND)
11
FLOCK
O
During default operation, focus servo convergence signal.
"L" level: load.
"L" level: convergence.
During command execution, direction detection output for external track
counter.
12
TLOCK
O
During default operation, tracking servo convergence signal. "L" level:
convergence.
During command execution, traverse speed control output.
13
BLKCK
O
Subcode block clock signal (f BLKCK=75 Hz)
14
SQCK
I
External clock input for subcode Q register
15
SUBQ
O
Subcode Q data output
16
DMUTE
I
Muting input. (Effective only for an output bit rate of 64 fs) "H" level: muting.
17
STAT
O
Status signal.
(CRC, CLVS, TTSTOP, JCLVS, SQOK, FLAG6, SENSE, FLOCK,
TLOCK, rpm data, and FCLV)
18
RST
I
19
SMCK
O
Reset input.
"L" level: reset.
If MSEL is "H" level, 8.4672 MHz clock signal output.
If MSEL is "L" level, 4.2336 MHz clock signal output
20
CSEL
O
Oscillation frequency selection: "H" is 33.8688MHz; "L" is 16.9344MHz.
21
TRV
O
Traverse forced feed output.
22
TVD
O
Traverse drive output.
23
PC
O
Spindle motor ON signal.
24
ECM
O
Spindle motor drive signal (forced mode output).
(tristate)
25
ECS
O
Spindle motor drive signal (servo error signal output).
(tristate)
26
KICK
O
Kick pulse output.
(tristate)
27
TRD
O
Tracking drive output.
28
FOD
O
Focus drive output.
29
VREF
I
Reference voltage for DA output (TVD, ECS, TRD, FOD, FBAL, and
30
FBAL
O
Focus balance adjustment output.
31
TBAL
O
Tracking balance adjustment output.
32
FE
I
Focus error signal input. (analog input)
(tristate)
"L" level: ON (default).
TBAL).
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Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin No.
33
Symbol
TE
I/O
I
Function Description
Tracking error signal input.
(analog input)
34
RFENV
I
RF envelope signal input.
(analog input)
35
VDET
I
Vibration detection signal input.
"H" level: vibration detected.
36
OFT
I
Offtrack signal input.
"H" level: offtrack.
37
TRCRS
I
Track cross signal input.
(analog input)
38
RFDET
I
RF detection signal input.
"L" level: detected.
39
BDO
I
Dropout signal input.
"H" level: dropout.
40
41
LDON
PLLF2
O
I/O
Laser ON signal output.
PLL loop filter characteristic selection pin.
"H" level: ON.
42
TOFS
O
43
WVEL
O
Double-speed status signal output.
44
ARF
I
RF signal input.
45
IREF
I
Reference current input pin.
46
DRF
I
DSL bias pin.
47
DSLF
I/O
DSL loop filter pin.
48
PLLF
I/O
PLL loop filter pin.
49
VCOF
I/O
50
AV DD2
I
Power supply for analog circuits (DSL, PLL, D/A converter output, and A/D
51
AV SS2
I
Ground for analog circuits (DSL, PLL, D/A converter output, and A/D
52
EFM
O
EFM signal output. EFM output when IOSEL is "H" level.
Tracking offset adjustment or DSL balance output(D/A output).
"H" level: double-speed.
VCO loop filter pin.
converter).
converter).
•Crystal oscillator 16.9344-MHz clock output when I
or CK384
•OSEL is "L" level.
•384 f s output from signal processing block. (During
variable-pitch operation, this is the VCO clock.)
Commands permit switching among the above three outputs.
O
PLL derived clock or DSL balance output. fPCK =4.3218 MHz.
53
PCK
54
VCOF2
I/O
VCO loop filter pin.
55
SUBC
O
Subcode serial output.
56
SBCK
I
Serial clock input for subcode serial output.
57
VSS
I
Ground for oscillator circuit.
58
X1
I
Crystal oscillator circuit input/output pins. f=16.9344 MHz, 33.8688 MHz.
59
X2
O
Crystal oscillator circuit output/output pins. f=16.9344 MHz, 33.8688 MHz.
60
VDD
I
Oscillator circuit power supply.
or DSLB
61
BYTCK or
TRVSTOP
O
When IOSEL is "H" level, byte clock signal output.
When IOSEL is "L" level, traverse stop signal output. "H" level: stop mode.
62
CLDCK
O
Subcode frame clock signal output pin. (f CLDCK=7.35 kHz)
63
FCLK
O
Crystal frame clock signal output. (fFCLK=7.35 kHz)
64
IPFLAG
O
Interpolation flag signal output. "H" level: interpolation.
65
FLAG
O
Flag signal output.
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Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin No.
66
Symbol
CLVS
I/O
O
Function Description
Spindle servo phase synchronization signal output. "H" level: CLV. "L"
level: rough servo.
67
CRC
O
During default operation, subcode CRC check result output. "H" level: OK.
"L" level: no good.
During command execution, pulse output for external track counter.
68
DEMPH
O
De-emphasis detection signal output. "H" level: ON.
69
FLAG6 or
O
When IOSEL is "L" level, FLAG6 output, signal for resetting address of
RESY
RAM for error correction de-interleave. "L" level: address reset.
When IOSEL is "H" level, RESY output, frame resynchronization signal.
"H" level: synchronized. "L" level: out of sync.
70
IOSEL
I
Mode selection pin
71
TEST
I
Test pin.
72
AV DD1
I
Power supply for analog circuits. (common use for left and right channel
Keep this at "H" level.
audio outputs.)
73
OUTL
O
Left channel audio output.
74
AVSS1
I
Ground for analog circuits. (common use for left and right channel audio
75
OUTR
O
Right channel audio output.
76
RSEL
I
RF signal polarity selection pin.
outputs.)
"H" level: bright level is "H."
"L" level: bright level is "L."
77
VCC5V
I
78
PSEL
I
5-V power supply applied to pins for 5-V input.
When IOSEL is "H" level, test pin.
Keep this at "L" level.
When IOSEL is "L" level, SRDATA input.
79
MSEL
I
When IOSEL is "H" level, frequency selection pin for SMCK pin output.
"H" level: SMCK=8.4672 MHz
When IOSEL is "L" level, LRCK input.
"H" level: left channel data.
"L" level: right channel data.
SMCK output fixed at 4.2336 MHz.
80
SSEL
I
When IOSEL is "H" level, SUBQ pin output mode selection pin.
"H" level: buffered subcode Q mode.
"L" level: CLDCK synchronization mode.
When IOSEL is "L" level, BCKL input.
Buffered subcode Q mode.
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AN8849SB
Head amplifier IC for CD-ROM drive (for 24 times speed or more)
■ Overview
Unit: mm
The AN8849SB is a head amplifier IC for
digital servo. It can configure an efficient CD-ROM
system in combination with the MN662752, and
allows a full-automatic adjustment of tracking balance-gain-offset and focus balance-gain-offset with
fewer external parts.
Built-in functions are a variable equalizer, wide
band RF amp. and AGC which meet CAV playback
with 24 times speed or more.
0.2 +0.10
–0.05
19
1
18
0.5
8.4±0.3
36
11.93±0.3
15.2±0.3
1.30±0.25
• Variable equalizer which meets CAV playback
with 24 times speed or more CAV playback.
• Wide band RF amp. and AGC (fC = 20 MHz or
more (−3 dB))
• Balance adjustment function built-in
Focus error amp./tracking error amp.
• CD-RW playback compatible.
Variable gain
Focus error amp./tracking error amp.
(to +16.9 dB)
• OFTR/BDO detection
• APC amp.
0.3±0.11
0.8
Seating plane
0.1±0.1
2.85±0.2
■ Features
SSOP036-P-0450A
■ Applications
• CD/CD-ROM drive
39
1.30±0.25
40
31
3
Amp.
Amp.
ADD
amp.
GCA
GCA
5
32
RFN
33
RFOUT
6
34
EQSW
BCA
GCA
BCA
BCA
BCA
GCA
8
ADD
amp.
RFC
35
CAGC
9
36
ARF
Amp.
17
Comp.
ENV
detection
Amp.
OFTR
BDO
12
RFDET
AC
NRFDET
11
RF AGC
CEA
EQ
3TOUT
ADD
amp.
1
2
20
PD
LD
VREF1
15
COFTR
16
OFTR
26
FEN
27
FEOUT
22
VREF2
13
CBDO
14
BDO
FL8380
AN8849SB
■ Block Diagram
19
28
29
21
23
24
25
30
7
4
18
LDON
GCTRL
FBAL
CROSS
CCRS
10
TEN
TEOUT
TBAL
VCC2
VCC1
GND
FL8380
AN8849SB
■ Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
Description
Pin No.
Description
1
APC amp. input pin
18
GND pin
2
APC amp. output pin
19
APC & masking control pin
3
RF addition amp. inverted input pin
20
VREF1 output pin
4
Power supply pin 1
21
CROSS output pin
5
RF addition amp. output pin
22
VREF2 output pin
6
EQ characteristics control pin
23
Capacitor connection pin for CROSS
7
Power supply pin 2
24
TE amp. inverted input pin
8
Capacitor connection pin for HPF of AGC input
25
TE amp. output pin
9
AGC loop filter connection pin
26
FE amp. inverted input pin
10
AGC output pin
27
FE amp. output pin
11
Capacitor connection pin for HPF amp.
28
GCTRL pin
12
3TENV output pin
29
FBAL control pin
13
Capacitor connection pin for RF dark-side
30
TBAL control pin
envelope detection
31
Tracking signal input pin 1
14
BDO output pin
32
Tracking signal input pin 2
15
Capacitor connection pin for RF right-side
33
Focus signal input pin 4
envelope detection
34
Focus signal input pin 2
16
OFTR output pin
35
Focus signal input pin 3
17
NRFDET output pin
36
Focus signal input pin 1
■ Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Unit
Supply voltage 1
*1
VCC1
5.8
V
Supply voltage 2
*1
VCC2
5.8
V
Supply current 1
*1
ICC1
55
mA
Supply current 2
*1
ICC2
2.5
mA
PD
333.5
mW
Topr
−20 to +75
°C
Tstg
−55 to +125
°C
Power dissipation
*1, *2
Operating ambient temperature
Storage temperature
*1
*1
Note) *1: Except for the power dissipation, operating ambient temperature and storage temperature, all ratings are for Ta = 25°C.
*2: PD = VCC1 · ICC1 + VCC2 · ICC2
■ Recommended Operating Range
Parameter
Symbol
Range
Unit
Supply voltage 1
VCC1
4.5 to 5.5
V
Supply voltage 2
VCC2
3.0 to 5.5
V
Note) Apply voltage to satisfy V CC2 − VCC1 < 0.3 V.
41
FL8380
AN8849SB
■ Electrical Characteristics at Ta = 25°C
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Current consumption with no load 1
ITOTAL1 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VEQSW = VREF2 +0.75 V
28.4
40.6
52.8
mA
Current consumption with no load 2
ITOTAL2 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
1.20
1.72
2.24
mA
VREF1 output voltage
VREF1
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
2.27
2.50
2.73
V
VREF2 output voltage
VREF2
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
1.50
1.65
1.80
V
Focus error amp.
output offset voltage
VFO−OF VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−90
0
90
mV
Focus error offset balance
crosstalk amount
VFO−OFB VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VFB = VREF2 ±0.5 V
−150
0
150
mV
GFO
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
12.3
14.4
16.5
dB
Focus error amp.
V-V conversion relative gain
∆GFO
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
−1.5
0
1.5
dB
Focus error amp.
balance output 1−H
BFO1−H VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VFB = VREF2 +0.5 V
1.08
1.35
1.62

Focus error amp.
balance output 1−L
BFO1−L VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VFB = VREF2 − 0.5 V
0.45
0.65
0.85

6.35
Focus error amp.
Focus error amp.
V-V conversion gain
Focus error amp.
balance relative output 2−H
BFOH
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VFB = VREF2 +0.5 V
4.35
8.35
dB
Focus error amp.
balance relative output 2−L
BFOL
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VFB = VREF2 − 0.5 V
−8.35 −6.35 −4.35
dB
Focus error amp.
frequency characteristics
GFOF
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 3 kHz, 60 kHz
−4.5
−3.0
−1.5
dB
Focus error amp.
GCTRL gain ratio × 4
BFO4
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2
3.3
4.3
5.3

Tracking error amp.
output offset voltage
VTR−OF VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−60
0
60
mV
Tracking error offset balance
crosstalk amount
VTR−OFB VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VTB = VREF2 ±0.5 V
−200
0
200
mV
GTR
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
12.2
14.3
16.4
dB
Tracking error amp.
V−V conversion relative gain
∆GTR
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
−1.5
0
1.5
dB
Tracking error amp.
balance output 1−H
BTR1−H VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VTB = VREF2 +0.5 V
0.45
0.65
0.85

Tracking error amp.
balance output 1−L
BTR1−L VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VTB = VREF2 − 0.5 V
1.08
1.35
1.62

Tracking error amp.
Tracking error amp.
V−V conversion gain
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FL8380
AN8849SB
■ Electrical Characteristics at Ta = 25°C (continude)
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Tracking error amp. (continued)
Tracking error amp.
balance relative output 2−H
BTRH
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VTB = VREF2 +0.5 V
−8.35 −6.35 −4.35
dB
Tracking error amp.
balance relative output 2−L
BTRL
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VTB = VREF2 − 0.5 V
4.35
6.35
8.35
dB
Tracking error amp.
frequency characteristics
GTRF
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 30 kHz, 500 kHz
−4.5

0
dB
Tracking error amp.
GCTRL gain ratio × 4
BTR4
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VGC = VREF2
3.3
4.3
5.3

CROSS high-level output
VCR-H
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V, f = 10 kHz
4.2


V
CROSS low-level output
VCR-L
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V, f = 10 kHz


0.8
V
RF addition amp.
output offset voltage
VRAOF
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−200
0
200
mV
RF addition amp. addition gain
GRAD
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−2.1
0
2.1
dB
RF addition amp.
addition relative gain 1
∆GRAD1 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−1.0
0
1.0
dB
RF addition amp.
addition relative gain 2
∆GRAD2 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−1.0
0
1.0
dB
RF addition amp.
addition relative gain 3
∆GRAD3 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
−1.0
0
1.0
dB
RF addition amp.
full-addition gain
GRADA
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
9.9
12.0
14.1
dB
RF addition amp. full-addition
frequency characteristics *
GRADDF VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 500 kHz, 30 MHz
−3.1
−1.6
1.4
dB
EQ characteristics × 1−1 *
GEQ1−1 f = 100 kHz
EQSW = VREF2 − 0.5 V
−1.5
0
1.5
dB
EQ characteristics × 1−3 *
GEQ1−3 f = 500 kHz
EQSW = VREF2 − 0.5 V
0.5
2.0
3.5
dB
EQ characteristics × 20−1 *
GEQ20−1 EQSW = VREF2 +0.5 V
f = 2 MHz
−1.5
0
1.5
dB
EQ characteristics × 20−3 *
GEQ20−3 EQSW = VREF2 +0.5 V
f = 13 MHz
−1.3
0.2
1.7
dB
GMAGC f = 500 kHz, VIN = 20 mV[p-p]
20.3
23.3
26.3
dB
3.0
6.0
9.0
dB
−1.20
1.30
3.80
dB
−4.5
−3.0
0
dB
CROSS detection
RF addition amp.
Variable EQ characteristics
AGC
AGC max. gain
AGC operating gain
GAGC
f = 500 kHz, VIN = 500 mV[p-p]
AGC compression factor
∆GAGC f = 500 kHz, VIN = 125 mV[p-p]
AGC frequency characteristics
GFAGC
f = 30 MHz, VIN = 20 mV[p-p]
Note) *: The values mentioned above are subject to change according to the state of a printed circuit board, a socket, etc.
43
FL8380
AN8849SB
■ Electrical Characteristics at Ta = 25°C (continued)
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
NRF detection
NRF det. detection level
VRDA1
f = 500 kHz, VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
73
105
137 mV[p-p]
NRF det. high-level output
voltage
VRDAH
f = 500 kHz, VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V
4.2


V
NRF det. low-level output
voltage
VRDAL
f = 500 kHz, VGC = VREF2 − 0.75 V


0.8
V
NRF det. detection level ratio
BRDA
f = 500 kHz, VGC = VREF2
2.9
3.9
4.9

CBDO detection current
IBDO
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
EQSW = VREF2 − 0.5 V
0.98
1.40
1.82
µA
CBDO detection current ratio
BIBD4
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
EQSW = VREF2
3.0
3.8
4.6

BDO high-level output voltage
VBDOH
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 5 kHz, rectangular wave
4.2


V
BDO low-level output voltage
VBDOL
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 5 kHz, rectangular wave


0.8
V
IOFTR
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
EQSW = VREF2 − 0.5 V
0.98
1.40
1.82
µA
BIOFTR4 VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
EQSW = VREF2
3.0
3.8
4.6

OFTR high-level output voltage VOFTRH VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 5 kHz, rectangular wave
4.2


V
OFTR low-level output voltage
VOFTRL VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 5 kHz, rectangular wave


0.8
V
Masking operating voltage 1
VMASK1 f = 40 kHz, VIN = 100 mV[p-p]


0.35
V
Masking operating voltage 2
VMASK2 f = 40 kHz, VIN = 100 mV[p-p]
0.65


V
GCEA−ENV VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
20.0
23.0
26.0
dB
BDO
OFTR
COFTR detection current
COFTR detection current ratio
3TENV
CEA to ENV
transfer characteristics
CEA input impedance
ZCEA
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
6.8
8.8
10.8
kΩ
ENV amp. output impedance
ZENV
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
6.4
8.4
10.4
kΩ
−100
0
100
mV
ENV amp. offset voltage
ENV amp. operation
VENVOF VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
VENV
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
f = 800 kHz, AM modulation
270
540
810 mV[p-p]
VLD
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V
135
170
205
mV
VLDON
VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 3.3 V


− 0.35
V
LD APC
LD operating reference voltage
LDON operating voltage
44
FL8380
AN8814SB
4-channel driver IC for optical disk drive
■ Overview
Unit: mm
18.4±0.2
(5.15)
(4.8)
The AN8814SB is a BTL system 4-channel
driver and is encapsulated in the SMD package
which excels in heat radiation characteristic.
28
22
15
21
+0.10
• Wide output dynamic range regardless of reference voltage of the system
• Driver I/O gain setting is possible with an additional external resistor
• 3.3 V supply voltage is available due to an external PNP-tr.
• Additional OP-amp. built-in
0.30–0.05
8.3±0.2
10.93±0.30
(1.315)
■ Features
0° to 10°
1
7
8
14
0.8
■ Applications
0.35+0.10
–0.05
(6.4)
(1.2)
Seating plane
0.1±0.1
2.7±0.2
0.65±0.20
HSOP042-P-0400
• MD, CD/CD-ROM drive
• DVD/DVD-ROM drive
PVCC2
9
VO4−
11
VO4+
12
13 VO3−
14 VO3+
15
VO2−
16 VO2+
17 VO1−
18 VO1+
20 PV
CC1
■ Block Diagram
21 1
PVCC
2
1 PV
CC
2
6
VCC
7 V
CC
detector
Thermal
protection Fin
GND
circuit
4
Direction
detector
Direction
detector
Direction
detector
1
45
10
PGND2
28
IN4
27
IN3
26
PC2
25
IN2
24
PC1
IN1
23
3.3 V
reg.
19
2
22
PGND1
VCC
Direction
detector
5
8
VREF
FL8380
AN8814SB
■ Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
Description
Pin No.
Description
1
Base control pin for an external transistor
15
Motor driver-2 reverse rotation output pin
of 3.3 V regulator
16
Motor driver-2 forward rotation output pin
2
3.3 V regulator output monitor pin
17
Motor driver-1 reverse rotation output pin
3
N.C. pin
18
Motor driver-1 forward rotation output pin
4
Op-amp. output pin
19
Driver GND pin 1
5
Op-amp. inverted input pin
20
Driver power supply pin 1
6
Op-amp. non-inverted input pin
21
1/2 PVCC output pin 1
7
Power supply pin
22
VREF input pin
8
1/2 PVCC output pin 2
23
Motor driver-1 input pin
9
Driver power supply pin 2
24
PC (power cut) input pin 1
10
Driver GND pin 2
25
Motor driver-2 input pin
11
Motor driver-4 reverse rotation output pin
26
PC (power cut) input pin 2
12
Motor driver-4 forward rotation output pin
27
Motor driver-3 input pin
13
Motor driver-3 reverse rotation output pin
28
Motor driver-4 input pin
14
Motor driver-3 forward rotation output pin
Fin
GND pin
■ Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Unit
Supply voltage
SVCC
17
V
Supply current
ICC

mA
Power dissipation *2
PD
542
mW
Operating ambient temperature *1
Topr
−30 to +85
°C
Storage temperature *1
Tstg
−55 to +150
°C
Note) *1: Except for the operating ambient temperature and storage temperature, all ratings are for Ta = 25°C.
*2: Ta = 85°C.
Referring to "■ Application Circuit Example", following the allowable power dissipation characteristic curve of "■
Application Notes".
■ Recommended Operating Range
Parameter
Supply voltage
Symbol
Range
Unit
SVCC , PVCC1 , PVCC2
4.0 to 14
V
46
FL8380
AN8814SB
■ Electrical Characteristics at Ta = 25°C
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Current consumption with no load
ITOT
VCC = 5 V
5
10
15
mA
Input offset voltage
VIOF
VCC = 5 V, VPC1 = VPC2 = 0 V,
RL1 to RL4 = 8 kΩ, R1 to R4 = 10 kΩ
−10
0
10
mV
Output offset voltage
VOOF
VCC = 5 V, VPC1 = VPC2 = 0 V,
RL1 to RL4 = 8 kΩ, R1 to R4 = 10 kΩ
−50
0
50
mV
G
VCC = 5 V, VPC1 = VPC2 = 0 V,
RL1 to RL4 = 8 kΩ, R1 to R4 = 10 kΩ
18.0
20.0
22.0
dB
Maximum output amplitude (+)
VL+
VCC = 5 V, VPC1 = VPC2 = 0 V,
RL1 to RL4 = 8 kΩ, R1 to R4 = 10 kΩ
2.4
2.7

V
Maximum output amplitude (−)
VL−
VCC = 5 V, VPC1 = VPC2 = 0 V,
RL1 to RL4 = 8 kΩ, R1 to R4 = 10 kΩ

−2.7
−2.4
V
High-level threshold voltage
VPCH1
VCC = 5 V, RL1 = 8 Ω, R1 = 10 kΩ
2.0


V
Low-level threshold voltage
VPCL1
VCC = 5 V, RL1 = 8 Ω, R1 = 10 kΩ


0.5
V
High-level threshold voltage
VPCH2
VCC = 5 V, RL2 = 8 Ω, R2 = 10 kΩ
2.0


V
Low-level threshold voltage
VPCL2
VCC = 5 V, RL2 = 8 Ω, R2 = 10 kΩ


0.5
V
VRST
IIN = 10 µA, R1 to R 4 = 10 kΩ
2.1
2.3
2.5
V
Output voltage
VREG
VCC = 5 V
3.1
3.3
3.5
V
Output load fluctuation
∆VR
VCC = 5 V
−50
0
50
mV
Supply voltage fluctuation
∆VV
VCC = 5 V/12 V
−5
0
5
mV
Input offset voltage
VOF
VCC = 5 V
−10
0
10
mV
Input bias current
IBOP
VCC = 5 V

150
500
nA
High-level output voltage
VOH
VCC = 5 V
4.0


V
Low-level output voltage
VOL
VCC = 5 V


1.5
V
Output driving current sink
ISIN
VCC = 5 V
2.0


mA
Output driving current source
ISOU
VCC = 5 V
2.0


mA
Motor driver 1 to motor driver 4
Gain
Motor driver 1
Motor driver 2
Reset circuit
Reset operation release supply
voltage
3.3 V regulator
Op-amp.
47
FL8380
AN8814SB
■ Electrical Characteristics at Ta = 25°C (continued)
• Design reference data
Note) The characteristics listed below are theoretical values based on the IC design and are not guaranteed.
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Thermal protection circuit
Operating temperature
equilibrium value
TTHD

180

°C
Operating temperature
hysteresis width
∆TTHD

45

°C
■ Usage Notes
1. Avoid the short-circuits between output and VCC , and between output pin and GND.
Otherwise, the IC is likely to break down or emit smoke.
2. An appropriate prior study should be done for use of dip soldering.
■ Application Notes
• PD  Ta curves of HSOP042-P-0400
PD  T a
2.500
2.240
Power dissipation PD (W)
2.000
Mounted on standard board
(glass epoxy:
75 mm × 75 mm × t1.6 mm)
Rth(j-a) = 55.8°C/W
1.500
1.042
1.000
Independent IC
without a heat sink
Rth(j-a) = 119.9°C/W
0.500
0.000
0
25
50
75
100
Ambient temperature Ta (°C)
48
125
150
FL8380
®
49%
FPO
®
®
PCM1732
For most current data sheet and other product
information, visit www.burr-brown.com
24-Bit, 96kHz, Stereo Audio
DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTER
With HDCD® Decoder
TM
FEATURES
●
●
PCM1732 uses a newly-developed “enhanced, multilevel delta-sigma modulator” architecture that improves audio dynamic performance and reduces jitter
sensitivity.
The internal digital filter operates at 8x oversampling
at a 96kHz sampling rate, with –120dB stopband
attenuation.
PCM1732
HDCD
8x
Oversampling
Digital Filter
ML/I2S
MD/FSS
HDCD
Amplitude
Decoding
HDCD
Hidden
Code
Recovery
MC/DEM
NOTE: An HDCD license from Pacific Microsonics, Inc. is
required to purchase the PCM1732.
Mode
Control
I/F
CS/IWO
MODE
MUTE
VCC2R
AGND2R
●
The PCM1732 is designed for mid- to high-grade
digital audio applications which achieve 96kHz sampling rates with 24-bit audio data, such as High Definition Compatible Digital (HDCD) CD players, DVD
players, mini-disc players and AV receivers.
VCC2L
●
●
ENHANCED MULTI-LEVEL ∆Σ DAC
INPUT AUDIO DATA WORD: 16-, 20-, 24-Bit
SAMPLING FREQUENCY (fs): 16kHz - 96kHz
SYSTEM CLOCK: 256, 384, 512, 768fS
HIGH PERFORMANCE:
THD+N: –96dB
Dynamic Range: 104dB
SNR: 104dB
AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL: 0.57 x VCC (Vp-p)
8x OVERSAMPLING DIGITAL FILTER WITH
HDCD DECODER:
Stopband Attenuation: –120dB
Passband Ripple: ±0.00001dB
HDCD Filter Optimized for 44.1kHz to 48kHz
and 88.2kHz to 96kHz
MULTI-FUNCTIONS:
Digital De-emphasis
Soft Mute
BCKIN
Serial
Digital Attenuation
Input
LRCIN
I/F
Zero Detect
DIN
Digital Gain Scaling
Reversible Output Phase
+5V SINGLE-SUPPLY OPERATION
SMALL SO-28 PACKAGE
AGND2L
●
●
●
●
●
DESCRIPTION
DAC
Low-Pass
Filter
DAC
Low-Pass
Filter
Enhanced
Multi-Level
∆Σ
Modulator
Power-On Reset
Open
Drain
RST
HDCD® is a registered trademark of Pacific Microsonics, Inc.
Crystal/OSC
HDCD® technology is provided under license from Pacific Microsonics
Inc. The PCM1732’s design is covered by the following patents:
In the USA: 45,479,168, 5,638,074, 5,640,161, 5,808,574, 5,838,274
5,854,600, 5,864,311, 5,872,531.
In Australia: 669,114.
Other patents pending.
XTI
XTO
Power Supply
CLKO
VCC1 AGND1
VDD
DGND
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© 1999 Burr-Brown Corporation
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EXTL
VOUTR
EXTR
ZERO
BPZ Control
SCK
VOUTL
FL8380
SPECIFICATIONS
24-Bit Data Performance
All specifications at +25°C, +VCC = +VDD = +5V, fS = 44.1kHz, and SYSCLK = 384fS, unless otherwise noted.
PCM1732
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
RESOLUTION
24
DATA FORMAT
Audio Data Interface Format
Data Bit Length
Audio Data Format
Sampling Frequency (fS)
System Clock Frequency(1)
System Clock Duty Cycle
Standard/I2S
16/20/24 Selectable
MSB-First, Binary Two’s Complement
16
96
256/384/512/768fS
40
60
DIGITAL INPUT/OUTPUT LOGIC LEVEL
Input Logic Level (except XTI): VIH
VIL
Output Logic Level (CLKO):
VOH
VOL
CLKO PERFORMANCE(2)
Output Rise Time
Output Fall Time
Output Duty Cycle
DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE(3, 4)
THD+N
VO = 0dB
VO = –60dB
Dynamic Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(5)
Channel Separation
DC ACCURACY
Gain Error
Gain Mismatch Channel-to-Channel
Bipolar Zero Error
ANALOG OUTPUT
Output Voltage(6)
Center Voltage
Load Impedance
DIGITAL FILTER PERFORMANCE
Filter Characteristics 1
(fS = 44.1kHz/48kHz optimal)
Passband
Stopband
Passband Ripple
Stopband Attenuation
Delay Time
Filter Characteristics 2
(fS = 88.2kHz/96kHz optimal)
Passband
Stopband
Passband Ripple
Stopband Attenuation
Delay Time
De-Emphasis Error
INTERNAL ANALOG FILTER
–3dB Bandwidth
Passband Response
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Voltage Range
Supply Current: ICC + IDD
Power Dissipation
Bits
2.0
IOH = 2mA
IOL = 4mA
0.8
4.5
0.5
20 ~ 80% VDD, 10pF
80 ~ 20% VDD, 10pF
10pF Load
5.5
4
30
fS = 44.1kHz
fS = 96kHz
fS = 44.1kHz
–96
–94
–42
f S = 44.1kHz, EIAJ A-weighted
fS = 96kHz, A-weighted
f S = 44.1kHz, EIAJ A-weighted
fS = 96kHz, A-weighted
fS = 44.1kHz
fS = 96kHz
98
98
96
Full Scale (0dB)
AC Load
5
±0.002dB
–3dB
–90
±3.0
±3.0
±60
±0.0001
VDD, VCC
fS = 44.1kHz
fS = 96kHz
fS = 44.1kHz
fS = 96kHz
4.5
TEMPERATURE RANGE
Operating
Storage
Thermal Resistance, θJA
–25
–55
dB
dB
dB
sec
±0.0001
31/fS
±0.1
100
–0.16
f = 20kHz
% of FSR
% of FSR
mV
0.395fS
0.441fS
0.538fS
–132
dB
dB
dB
Vp-p
V
kΩ
81/fS
< 0.341fS
Stopband = 0.538fS
V
V
V
V
0.471fS
0.487fS
–109
–123
±0.005dB
–3dB
%
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
0.57 VCC
0.5 VCC
0.515fS
< 0.453fS
Stopband = 0.515fS
Stopband = 0.520fS
kHz
ns
ns
%
104
103
104
103
104
101
±1.0
±1.0
±30
VO = 0.5VCC at Bipolar Zero
UNITS
5
35
93
425
465
67
dB
dB
sec
dB
kHz
dB
5.5
105
525
+70
+100
VDC
mA
mA
mW
mW
°C
°C
°C/W
NOTES: (1) Refer to the System Clock section of this data sheet. (2) An external buffer is recommended. (3) Dynamic performance specifications are tested with 20kHz low-pass
filter and THD+N specifications are tested with 30kHz LPF, 400Hz HPF, Average Mode. (4) Dynamic performance specifications are tested with HDCD gain scaling set to analog
gain scaling. (5) SNR is tested with infinite zero detection off. (6) Output level is for sine wave. DAC outputs 0.64 VCC (peak-to-peak) due to filter response as transient.
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PCM1732
FL8380
SPECIFICATIONS
16-Bit Data Performance
All specifications at +25°C, +VDD = +VCC = +5V, fS = 44.1kHz, and SYSCLK = 384fS, unless otherwise noted. For discussion of HDCD scaling options, see the
Applications Considerations section of this data sheet.
PCM1732U
PARAMETER
DYNAMIC ANALOG PERFORMANCE,
STANDARD CD, ANALOG HDCD SCALING(1)
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
VO = 0dB
VO = –60dB
Dynamic Range
Output Voltage, Sine Wave
DYNAMIC ANALOG PERFORMANCE,
HDCD CD, ANALOG HDCD SCALING(3)
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
VO = 0dB
VO = –60dB
Dynamic Range
Output Voltage, Sine Wave
DYNAMIC ANALOG PERFORMANCE,
Standard CD, Digital HDCD SCALING(1)
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
VO = 0dB
VO = –60dB
Dynamic Range
Output Voltage, Sine Wave
DYNAMIC ANALOG PERFORMANCE
HDCD CD, Digital HDCD SCALING(2)
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
VO = 0dB
VO = –60dB
Dynamic Range
Output Voltage, Sine Wave
CONDITIONS
0dBFS
EIAJ A-Weighted
0dBFS(2)
0dBFS
EIAJ A-Weighted(4)
0dBFS, Without Peak Extend(2)
0dBFS, With Peak Extend(5)
+6dBFS(5, 6)
0dBFS
EIAJ A-Weighted
0dBFS
0dBFS
EIAJ A-Weighted(4)
0dBFS
+6dBFS(5)
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNITS
–95
–37
99
0.57VCC
dB
dB
dB
Vp-p
–94
–38
104
0.57VCC
0.285VCC
0.57VCC
dB
dB
dB
Vp-p
Vp-p
Vp-p
–92
–33
96
0.285VCC
dB
dB
dB
Vp-p
–91
–34
104
0.285VCC
0.57VCC
dB
dB
dB
Vp-p
Vp-p
NOTES: (1) Without dither. (2) Gain pin is LOW. (3) With the rectangular PDF dither. (4) Including Peak Extend to +6dBFS. (5) Gain pin is HIGH. (6) +6dBFS is
the full Peak Extend, while dynamic range numbers are with Peak Extend.
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PCM1732
FL8380
PIN CONFIGURATION
PIN ASSIGNMENTS
Top View
SO-28
LRCIN
1
28
ML/I2S
DIN
2
27
MC/DEEM
BCKIN
3
26
MD/FSS
CLKO
4
25
MUTE
XTI
5
24
MODE
XTO
6
23
CS/IWO
DGND
7
22
RST
21
ZERO
PCM1732U
VDD
8
HDCD
9
20
GAIN
VCC2R 10
19
VCC2L
AGND2R 11
18
AGND2L
EXTR 12
17
EXTL
VOUTR 13
16
VOUTL
AGND1 14
15
VCC1
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Power Supply Voltage ...................................................................... +6.5V
+VCC to +VDD Difference ................................................................... ±0.1V
Input Logic Voltage .................................................. –0.3V to (VDD + 0.3V)
Input Current (except power supply) ............................................... ±10mA
Power Dissipation .......................................................................... 750mW
Operating Temperature Range ......................................... –25°C to +70°C
Storage Temperature ...................................................... –55°C to +125°C
Lead Temperature (soldering, 5s) ................................................. +260°C
(reflow, 10s) .................................................... +235°C
PIN
NAME
I/O
DESCRIPTION
1
LRCIN
IN
Left and Right Clock Input. This clock is equal to
the sampling rate, fS.(1)
2
DIN
IN
Serial Audio Data Input(1)
3
BCKIN
IN
4
CLKO
OUT
5
XTI
IN
6
XTO
OUT
7
DGND
—
Digital Ground
Digital Power +5V
Bit Clock Input for Serial Audio Data(1)
Buffered System Clock Output.
Oscillator Input/External Clock Input(2)
Oscillator Output
8
VDD
—
9
HDCD
OUT
10
VCC2R
—
11
AGND2R
—
Analog Ground, Rch
12
EXTR
—
Common Mode Voltage for Analog Output Amp,
Rch
13
VOUTR
OUT
14
AGND1
—
Analog Ground
15
VCC1
—
Analog Power +5V
16
VOUTL
OUT
17
EXTL
—
18
AGND2L
OUT
19
VCC2L
—
20
GAIN
OUT
21
ZERO
OUT
22
RST
IN
Reset. When this pin is LOW, the digital filter
and modulators are held in reset.(3)
23
CS/IW0
IN
Chip Select/Input Format Selection. When this
pin is LOW, the Mode Control interface is enabled.(4)
24
MODE
IN
Mode Control Select: H = Software; L =
Hardware(3)
25
MUTE
IN
Mute Control(3)
26
MD/FSS
IN
Mode Data/Sampling Rate Range Select(3)
27
MC/DEM
IN
Mode Clock/De-Emphasis Select(3)
28
ML/I2S
IN
Mode Latch/Input Format Select(3)
HDCD Encoded Data Detect
Analog Power +5V, Rch
Analog Voltage Output, Rch
Analog Voltage Output, Lch
Common Mode Voltage for Analog Output Amp,
Lch
Analog Ground, Lch
Analog Power +5V, Lch
External (analog) Gain Scaling
Zero Data Flag
NOTES: (1) Schmitt Trigger input. (2) CMOS logic level input. (3) Schmitt
Trigger input with pull-up resister. (4) Schmitt Trigger input with pull-down
resistor.
PACKAGE/ORDERING INFORMATION
PRODUCT
PACKAGE
PACKAGE
DRAWING
NUMBER(1)
PCM1732U
SO-28
217
"
"
"
SPECIFIED
TEMPERATURE
RANGE
PACKAGE
MARKING
ORDERING
NUMBER(2)
TRANSPORT
MEDIA
–25°C to +70°C
PCM1732U
PCM1732U
PCM1732U/1K
Rails
Tape and Reel
"
"
NOTES: (1) For detailed drawing and dimension table, please see end of data sheet, or Appendix C of Burr-Brown IC Data Book. (2) Models with a slash (/) are
available only in Tape and Reel in the quantities indicated (e.g., /1K indicates 1000 devices per reel). Ordering 1000 pieces of “PCM1732U/1K” will get a single
1000-piece Tape and Reel. For detailed Tape and Reel mechanical information, refer to Appendix B of Burr-Brown IC Data Book.
ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHARGE SENSITIVITY
This integrated circuit can be damaged by ESD. Burr-Brown
recommends that all integrated circuits be handled with
appropriate precautions. Failure to observe proper handling
and installation procedures can cause damage.
ESD damage can range from subtle performance degradation
to complete device failure. Precision integrated circuits may
be more susceptible to damage because very small parametric
changes could cause the device not to meet its published
specifications.
PCM1732
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FL8380
Motor driver ICs
Reversible motor driver
BA6209 / BA6209N
The BA6209 and BA6209N are reversible-motor drivers suitable for brush motors. Two logic inputs allow three output
modes : forward, reverse, and braking. The motor revolving speed can be set arbitrarily by controlling the voltage applied
to the motor with the control pin voltage VR.
Applications
VCRs and cassette tape recorders
Features
1) Power transistors can handle a large current
(1.6A maximally).
2) Brake is applied when stopping the motor.
3) Built-in function to absorb rush currents generated by
reversing and braking.
4) Motor speed controlling pin.
5) Small standby current.
(VCC = 12V, IO = 5.5mA typically)
6) Stable operation during mode changes either from
forward to reverse or vice versa.
7) Interface with CMOS devices.
Block diagram
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FL8380
Motor driver IC BA6209 / BA6209N
Measurement circuit
54
FL8380
MCU Pin Arrangement and Functions
P86
AMUTE
HDCD
RL-
RL+
TRSW
DSNS
POWER
DACRST
DAC.DATA
DAC.CLK
DAC.LD
VCC
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
46
44
P87
47
45
P21
P20
48
Pin Arrangement
P22
49
32
P57
VFD.DO
50
31
MCLK
VFD.DI
51
30
MDATA
VFD.CLK
52
29
MLD
VFD.LAT
53
28
SENSE
P1 4
54
27
FLOCK
P1 5
55
26
TLOCK
P16
56
25
SQCK
REMOTE
57
24
SUBQ
12
13
14
15
16
S2
DN
UP
S0S1
PB1/AN1
S1
P60
11
17
10
64
S0
PB2/AN2
RES
P61
9
18
OSC2
63
8
PB3/AN3
7
CDRW
VSS
PUSW
19
OSC1
20
62
6
61
PB4/AN4
X1
PB5/AN5
5
XRST
4
21
X2
60
TEST
PB6/AN6
3
STAT
AVSS
DMUTE
22
2
23
59
1
58
PB0/AN0
AVCC
PB7/AN7
Figure 1.2 Pin Arrangement
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FL8380
Internal Block Diagram
Timer B1
SCI3
Port 8
SCI1
Port 7
Timer A
P77
P76/TMOV
P75/TMCIV
P74/TMRIV
P73
Port 6
P30/SCK1
P31/SI1
P32/SO1
RAM
P67
P66
P65
P64
P63
P62
P61
P60
Port 5
Port 1
P20/SCK3
P21/RXD
P22/TXD
ROM
P87
P86/FTID
P85/FTIC
P84/FTIB
P83/FTIA
P82/FTOB
P81/FTOA
P80/FTCI
P57/INT7
P56/INT6/TMIB
P55/INT5/ADTRG
P54/INT4
P53/INT3
P52/INT2
P51/INT1
P50/INT0
Port 3
P10/TMOW
P14/PWM
P15/IRQ1
P16/IRQ2
P17/IRQ3/TRGV
Port 2
Data bus (lower)
Data bus (upper)
CPU
H8/300L
Address bus
VSS
VCC
RES
IRQ0
TEST
X1
X2
Subclock
generator
System clock
generator
OSC1
OSC2
Figure 1.1 shows a block diagram.
Timer X
Watchdog
timer
14-bit PWM
A/D converter
PB0/AN0
PB1/AN1
PB2/AN2
PB3/AN3
PB4/AN4
PB5/AN5
PB6/AN6
PB7/AN7
Port B
AVCC
AVSS
P90/FVPP*
P91
P92
P93
P94
Port 9
Timer V
Figure 1.1 Block Diagram
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CMOS largecurrent port
IOL= 10 mA
@VOL= 1V
FL8380
Pin Functions
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Name
PB1
PB0
AVSS
TEST
X2
X1
VSS
OSC1
OSC2
RES
S0
S1
S2
DN
UP
S0S1
P60
P61
CDRW
PUSW
XRST
STAT
DMUTE
SUBQ
SQCK
TLOCK
FLOCK
SENSE
MLD
MDATA
MCLK
P57
VCC
DAC.LD
DAC.CLK
DAC.DATA
DACRST
POWER
DSNS
TRSW
RL+
RLHDCD
AMUTE
P86
Description
No connection
No connection
Connected 0V
Connected 0V
No connection
Connected 5V
MCU ground line; connected to 0V
10MHz crystal input
10MHz crystal input
MCU reset line; 0V = reset; 5V = normal operation
CD Changer Mechanism door position switch
CD Changer Mechanism door position switch
CD Changer Mechanism door position switch
CD Changer Mechanism door motor control line
CD Changer Mechanism door motor control line
CD DSP SUBQ ready input; high pulse for SUBQ ready
No connection
No connection
CDRW RF gain control; 0V=CDRW
Laser pickup inner switch; 5V=pickup at inner position
CD DSP reset line; 0V = DSP reset
CD DSP internal status output
CD DSP mute control; 5V = mute on
SUBQ output
SUBQ output serial clock
No connection
No connection
No connection
CD DSP command latch
CD DSP serial command data
CD DSP serial command clock
No connection
MCU power supply; connected to 5V
PCM1732 serial command latch
PCM1732 serial command clock
PCM1732 serial command data
PCM1732 reset pin; 0V = reset
Servo power on/off control; 5V = power on
Disc detection optical sensor output; 0V = disc present
Carousel position detection optical sensor output
Carousel motor line
Carousel motor line
HDCD decoding status from PCM1732; 5V = HDCD
System mute control; 0V = mute
No connection
57
FL8380
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
P87
P20
P21
P22
VFD.DO
VFD.DI
VFD.CLK
VFD.LAT
P14
P15
P16
REMOTE
AVCC
PB7
PB6
PB5
PB4
PB3
PB2
No connection
No connection
No connection
No connection
Display driver status serial data
Display driver command serial data
Display driver command serial clock
Display driver command serial latch
No connection
No connection
CD DSP internal status for auto-adjustment
IR remote signal input
Connected to 5V
No connection
No connection
No connection
No connection
No connection
No connection
58
FL8380
59
FL8380
60
FL8380
FL8380 Electrical Parts List
MAIN BOARD ASSY
Reference
RESISTOR
R13, R64
R72
R18
R4, R79, R118
R41, R60, R61, R62, R76, R77
R1, R2, R3, R20, R21, R27, R46,
R59, R65, R66, R119, R120, R121,
R122, R123, R124, R125, R126,
R127, R133
R28, R42, R43, R44, R45, R69,
R71, R75, R114, R132
R6, R29, R68, R82
R130
R31
R23
R17
R48
R8, R53
R9
R25
R40, R52
R55
R35
R14, R15, R50, R104, R105, R106,
R109
R7
R51
R5
R10
R107, R110
R22
R11, R12, R129
R32, R33, R38
R116
R36
R56, R57
R67
R73
R83
R34
R24, R70, R131
R16
R49
R100, R101
R84, R85, R88, R93, R94, R95,
R96, R97, R98, R99
R30
R90, R91
R102, R103
R108, R111
R89, R92
CAPACITOR
C136, C137, C140, C141
C51, C61
C62, C154
C2, C3, C5, C7, C9, C14, C15,
C18, C20, C23, C24, C27, C28,
C34, C42, C48, C53, C54, C55,
C57, C59, C63, C65, C73, C74,
C76, C77, C79, C80, C81, C83,
C85, C86, C88, C90, C95, C96,
C97, C98, C99, C102, C103, C106,
C107, C108, C109, C113, C115,
C117, C119, C120, C122, C124,
C126, C127, C143, C146, C147,
C150, C151, C160, C164, C166
C35
C10, C30, C31, C50
C25
C49
C8, C58
C16, C17, C36, C37
C12, C13
Part number
1001-000312-000
1001-000314-020
1001-000316-020
1001-000320-000
1001-001316-020
1001-002316-020
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10 OHM 1/2W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10 OHM 1/4W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10 OHM 2W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 1K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
2
1
1
3
6
20
1001-003316-020
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
10
1001-004316-020
1001-005316-020
1001-006316-020
1001-200316-020
1001-201316-020
1001-502316-020
1001-803316-020
1002-003316-020
1002-201316-020
1002-202316-020
1002-203316-020
1002-204316-020
1002-702316-020
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 1M OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10M OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 12 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 120 OHM 1/6 W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 1.5K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 18K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 20K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 220 OHM 1/6 W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 2.2K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 22K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 220K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 2.7K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
7
1003-003316-020
1003-302316-020
1003-304316-020
1003-903316-020
1004-700316-020
1004-701316-020
1004-702316-020
1004-703316-020
1005-100316-020
1005-102316-020
1005-602316-020
1005-603316-020
1006-802316-020
1007-501316-020
1007-502316-020
1009-100316-020
1009-101316-020
1009-102316-020
1011-001018-020
1011-002018-020
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 30K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 3.3K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 330K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 39K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 47 OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 470 OHM 1/6 W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 4.7K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 47K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 51 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 5.1K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 5.6K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 56K OHM 1/6W +-5% TP52
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 6.8K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 750 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 7.5K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 91 OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 910 OHM 1/6W AXIAL TAPE
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 9.1K OHM 1/6W +-5% AXIAL TAPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 1K OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
10
1011-204018-020
1012-202018-020
1012-203018-020
1013-902018-020
1016-802018-020
METAL FILM RESISTOR 120K OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TYPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 2.2K OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 22K OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 3.9K OHM 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
METAL FILM RESISTOR 6.8K 1/8W +-1% AXIAL TAPE
1100-101042-001
1100-102043-000
1100-103043-000
1100-104044-000
CERAMIC CAP. 100PF/50V +-5% NPO
CERAMIC CAP. 1000PF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01uF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 0.1uF/50V +-20%
1100-150043-000
1100-220043-000
1100-331043-000
1100-333043-000
1100-471043-000
1100-473043-000
1100-680043-000
CERAMIC CAP. 15PF +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 22pF/50V +- 10%
CERAMIC CAP. 330PF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 0.033UF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 470PF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 0.047uF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 68pF/50V +-10%
61
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
63
1
4
1
1
2
4
2
FL8380
FL8380 Electrical Parts List (Cont'd)
C67, C70
C71
C40, C133, C135
C29, C39
C128, C129
C41
C114, C116, C118, C121, C123,
C125, C144, C145, C152, C153
C43, C56, C64, C78, C82, C91,
C161
C92, C93, C100, C104
C89
C32, C52
C21, C60, C68
C112
C19, C22, C26, C66, C75, C165
C87
C84
C33, C130, C131
C138, C139
C94, C101, C105, C110, C111,
C142
C149
C38
C69
C46
C44
C47
C4, C132, C134
TRANSISTOR
Q2, Q8, Q9
Q3, Q6, Q7, Q12, Q13
Q11
Q1
Q4
Q5
DIODE, ZENER, BRIDGE
IC7, IC8
D10, D11
D2, D3, D4, D5
D1, D6, D9, D12, D13
D7
D8
Z1
Z2
INDUCTOR, COIL
L6, L13, L22
L20
L3, L4, L5, L8, L9, L10, L11, L21,
L23, L24, L25
T1
CRYSTAL
X2
X1
CONNECTOR, CABLE
CN10
CN8
CN3, CN5, CN6
CN7
CN2
CN12
CN2
CN11
CN1
CN10
CN9
GNDA
FUSE
F2
F3
F1
F1
RELAY
RL2
RL1
IC
IC14
U1, U2
1101-102062-000
1101-103062-000
1101-222062-000
1101-273062-000
1101-332062-000
1101-562062-000
1102-100024-000
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 0.001UF/100V +-5%
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 0.01UF/100V +-5%
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 2200PF/100V +-5%
POLYSTER CAP. 0.027UF/100V +-5%
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 0.0033UF/100V +-5%
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 5600PF/100V +-5%
ELECT. CAP. 10UF/25V +-20%
1102-101014-000
ELECT. CAP. 100uF/16V +-20%
7
1102-101024-000
1102-101034-000
1102-102024-000
1102-220014-000
1102-221014-000
1102-221014-000
1102-221034-000
1102-222024-000
1102-470014-000
1102-470024-000
1102-471014-000
ELECT. CAP. 100UF/25V +-20%
ELECT.CAP. 100UF/35V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 1000UF/25V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 22uF/16V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 220UF/16V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 220UF/16V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 220UF/35V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 2200UF/25V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 47uF/16V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 47UF/25V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 470uF/16V +-20% 8X12MM
4
1
2
3
1
6
1
1
3
2
6
1106-105044-000
1106-155043-000
1106-224043-000
1106-334043-000
1106-474043-000
1181-121042-000
1181-221042-000
MONO CAP. 1UF/50V +-20%
MONO CAP. 1.5UF/50V +-10%
MONO. CAP. 0.22uF/50V +-10%
MONO CAP. 0.33UF/50V +-10%
MONO CAP. 0.47UF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 120PF/50V +-5% NPO
CERAMIC CAP. 220PF/50V +-5% NPO
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1300-114000-100
1300-174000-101
1301-124000-400
1301-564000-100
1301-855000-100
1301-928000-100
XTOR DTC114E/S NPN TO-92
TRANSISTOR 2SC1740Q NPN TO-92
TRANSISTOR DTA124ESA PNP SC-72 ROHM
TRANSISTOR PNP KSB564A-Y (SAMSUNG)
TRANSISTOR PNP SS8550C TO-92 (SAMSUNG)
TRANSISTOR PNP KSA928A TO-92 SAMSUNG
3
5
1
1
1
1
1401-101000-000
1401-113300-000
1401-140040-000
1401-141480-000
1402-240001-200
1402-471201-200
1402-620001-200
1402-620001-200
BRIDGE RECTIFIER DB101 50V 1A UL
DIODE 1SS133, ROHM
DIODE RECTIFIER 1N4004
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE DZ24V
ZENER DIODE 4.7V 1/2W
ZENER DIODE 6.2V 1/2W
ZENER DIODE 6.2V 1/2W
2
2
4
5
1
1
1
1
1500-650400-000
1503-353400-100
1504-100300-100
INDUCTOR COIL 65UH + -20%
FERRITE COILS B3534
AXIAL INDUCTOR 10UH +-10%
3299-838000-000
DIGITAL OUTPUT COIL FOR FL8380
1
1600-100003-000
1600-169343-000
CRYSTAL 10MHz +-30PPM 49U TYPE
CRYSTAL 16.9344 +- 30 PPM 49U3H TYPE
1
1
2300-003000-001
2300-003100-000
2300-006000-000
2300-006100-000
2301-016901-000
2501-103601-140
2503-162509-090
2510-026001-060
2510-043501-060
2511-034701-160
2511-066501-150
2600-101254-200
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 3PIN 2MMP JST
STRAIGHT CONN. WAFER 3 PINS 2.5mmP
STRAIGHT CONN. WAFER 6 PINS 2mmP
STRAIGHT CONN. WAFER 6PINS 2.5mmP
16PIN FILM TYPE CABLE STRAIGHT CONN
10PIN 360MM 2CONN CABLE #26 2MMP JST (1 BOARD IN)
16PIN 250MM FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE
2PIN 600MM 1CONN SHIELD CABLE AWG#30 2MMP
4PIN 350MM 1CONN SHIELD CABLEX2 AWG#30 2MMP
3PIN 470MM 2CONN SHIELD CABLE JST #30 2MMP (SHS)
6PIN 650MM 2CONN 3WIRE S CABLEX2 #28 2MMP(1 BD IN)
125MM JUMPER WIRE AWG#26 UL1007 RED
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4030-100000-001
4030-100000-001
4030-160000-512
4031-004000-000
SLOW BLOW MICRO FUSE 1A
SLOW BLOW MICRO FUSE 1A
FUSE 1.6A 250V GLASS TUBE SLOW BLOW (BELL 5TT1.6)
FUSE CLIP FOR 5X20MM HF-004/P
1
1
1
2
4050-000005-002
4050-212000-003
RELAY ME-2-5 DC 5V GS-SH-205T
RELAY 12V 5A MI-SH-212L(GOOD SKY)
1
1
4117-320104-600
4145-600001-600
PCM1732 VOLTAGE OUTPUT DELTA-SIGMA DAC BURR-BROWN
I.C. NJM4560L 8PINS SIL (NJRC)
1
2
62
2
1
3
2
2
1
10
3
1
11
FL8380
FL8380 Electrical Parts List (Cont'd)
IC3
IC6
IC2
U3
IC9
IC11, IC16
IC10
IC12
IC13
IC5
IC1
IC4
PCB, HEATSINK, MISC
4162-090002-300
4162-090002-301
4166-279122-000
4174-040102-910
4178-050310-000
4178-050334-700
4178-080302-600
4178-080310-000
4179-080311-600
4188-140102-000
4188-490102-000
4201-838000-600
I.C. BA6209 SIL MOTOR DRIVER (ROHM)
IC BA6209N SIL MOTOR DRIVER WITHOUT HEAT SINK ROHM
I.C. MN662790RSA1 QFP TYPE 80PIN DSP (PANASONIC)
I.C. SN74HCU04 SOP (T.I.)
I.C. LM78L05 TO92
I.C. L7805CV TO220 THOMSON
I.C. L7808CV TO-220 (SGS-THOMSON)
I.C. 78L08 TO92 (MIRCO)
I.C. 79L08 TO92 (NJRC)
I.C. AN8814SB SMT 28PIN MOTOR DRIVER (PANASONIC)
I.C. AN8849SB SMT TYPE 36PIN ASP (PANASONIC)
I.C. 5 DISC MCU 8380-2 HD6433643RB63H HITACHI
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
IC10, IC11, IC16
6501-010001-000
6600-070003-000
6600-120030-001
7003-008010-111
7103-207004-000
HEAT SINK
CD90R05 RUBBER PAD,LEG
NUT M3 HEX M3X5.5X2.4MM
SCREW M3X8 B/H BLACK
FIBRE WASHER M3.2X7X0.4MM
3
1
3
3
1
Part number
1001-001316-000
1001-002316-000
1001-004316-000
1001-202316-000
1004-704316-000
1065-003500-130
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 1K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 1.2K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 470K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
VAR. RESISTOR 50k 1/4W +-20% ROTARY B-TYPE
2
2
2
2
2
1
1100-102044-000
1100-103044-000
1101-473062-000
1102-101024-000
1102-471014-000
CERAMIC CAP. 1000PF/50V +-20%
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01UF/50V +-20%
POLYESTER/MYLAR CAP. 0.047UF/100V +-5%
ELECT. CAP. 100UF/25V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 470uF/16V +-20% 8X12MM
2
2
2
2
1
2300-006000-000
2320-009911-003
STRAIGHT CONN. WAFER 6 PINS 2mmP
6.4MM HEADPHONE JACK (JY-6303-02-030)GOLD PLATED
1
1
4145-600001-600
I.C. NJM4560L 8PINS SIL (NJRC)
1
6600-070003-000
CD90R05 RUBBER PAD,LEG
2
Part number
1001-001316-000
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/6 W +-5%
9
1001-003316-000
1003-301316-000
1005-103316-000
1007-500316-000
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 10K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 330 OHM 1/6W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 51K OHM 1/6W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 75 OHM 1/6W +-5%
5
2
1
1
1100-104044-000
1102-100014-000
CERAMIC CAP. 0.1uF/50V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 10UF/16V +-20%
1
2
1300-114000-100
XTOR DTC114E/S NPN TO-92
2
1401-141480-000
DIODE 1N4148
4
2300-005010-000
2300-010001-900
2400-020200-000
RIGHT ANGLE CONN WAFER 5PIN 2mmP
10PIN STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 2MMP SMT SM-TYPE
TACT SW 2P2T KPT-1105A (5MM)
1
1
13
3001-120430-001
3100-000330-003
INFRARED SENSOR PIC-12043TM
LED 3MM GREEN COLOUR
1
18
3105-630900-000
VFD 6-BT-309GNK FUTABA
1
4116-311121-500
IC PTC PIC16311 QFP (VFP DRIVER)
1
HEADPHONE BOARD ASSY
Reference
R403, R404
R409, R410
R405, R406
R411, R412
R407, R408
VR401
CAPACITOR
C413, C414
C410, C412
C407, C408
C409, C411
C401
CONNECTOR
CN401
JK401
IC
IC401
VFD BOARD ASSY
Reference
R411, R412, R413, R414, R415,
R416, R417, R418, R419
R406, R407, R408, R409, R410
R403, R404
R401
L1
CAPACITOR
C401
E401, E402
TRANSISTOR
Q1, Q2
DIODE
D402, D403, D404, D405
CONNECTOR, SWITCH
W403
W401
S401, S402, S403, S404, S405,
S406, S407, S408, S409, S410,
S411, S413, S415
IR, LED, VFD
U402
D411, D412, D413, D414, D415,
D416, D417, D418, D419, D420,
D421, D422, D423, D424, D425,
D426, D427, D428
U403
IC
U401
63
FL8380
FL8380 Electrical/Mechanical Parts List (Cont'd)
POWER CONTROL BOARD ASSY
Reference
Part number
S841
2400-020200-000
W841
2500-051201-050
LED
D841
3100-204000-001
OUTPUT BOARD ASSY
Reference
R751
R753
R750
R754, R755
R752
CAPACITOR
C755, C762
C751, C752
E750
TRANSISTOR
Q750
DIODE
D1, D2
CONNECTOR
W753
W751
W752
U754, U755
U753
RCA 1
IC
U750
TACT SW 2P2T KPT-1105A (5MM)
5PIN 120MM 1CONN CABLE AWG#28 UL1571 2MMP
1
1
LED 5MM BI- COLOR A/G #BL-BAG204
1
Part number
1001-001316-000
1002-701316-000
1003-902316-000
1004-700316-000
1004-703316-000
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 270 OHM 1/6W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 3.9K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 47 OHM 1/6W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 47K OHM 1/6 W +-5%
1
1
1
2
1
1100-102043-000
1100-151044-000
1102-101014-000
CERAMIC CAP. 1000PF/50V +-10%
CERAMIC CAP. 150PF/50V +-20%
ELECT. CAP. 100uF/16V +-20%
2
2
1
1301-200300-100
TRANSISTOR PNP KSR2003 (SAMSUNG)
1
1401-141480-000
DIODE 1N4148
2
2300-002000-001
2300-003000-001
2300-004000-002
2321-003911-002
2330-002901-000
2330-003901-304
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 2PIN 2MMP JST
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 3PIN 2MMP JST
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 4PINS 2MMP JST
MIC JACK 3.5MM JY-3510-01-010
RCA JACK RJ-1081-020-000
RCA JACK WITH SHIELD PLATE RCA-213D
1
1
1
2
1
1
4181-700010-000
I.C. LTV817B LITON
1
FL8380 MAIN UNIT MECHANICAL PART LIST
5110-362000-000
LASER PICK UP LABEL
6029-010012-001-01
PLASTIC FOOT (HOT STAMPING)
6083-510011-000
STAND, FRONT-5CD
6083-510012-000
STAND, REAR-5CD
6083-510013-001
BRACKET, 5CD-SIDE 1
6083-510014-001
BRACKET, 5CD-SIDE 2
6083-510016-000
BRACKET, WIRE
6083-810002-000-01
HARMAN/KARDON FL8380 CD TRAY DOOR (W SILKSCREEN)
6083-810003-001-01
HARMAN/KARDON FL8380 DISPLAY LENS W SILKSCREEN
6083-810010-000
DIFFUSER
6583-510001-006
BOTTOM CABINET
6583-510003-003-05
HARMAN/KARDON FL8380 (117V)REAR PANEL W SILKSCREEN
6583-510010-000
COVER PLATE
6583-810001-002-01
TOP CABINET W/BLACK PAINTED
6583-810002-000
BRACLCET, FP LEFT (1.0 SECC)
6583-810003-000
BRACLCET, FP RIGHT (1.0 SECC)
6583-810004-000
HARMAN KARDON LOGO BADGE
6600-070003-000
CD90R05 RUBBER PAD,LEG
6600-120040-000
SCREW NUT M4X7X3
7003-006001-001
SCREW M3x6 S.T.P BW/H (BLACK)
7003-006001-111
SCREW M3X6 S.T.P. B/H (BLACK)
7003-006001-112
SCREW M3X6 S.T.P. B/H
7003-006002-112
SCREW M3X6 P.T.P. B/H
7003-008001-111
SCREW M3X8 S.T.P. B/H BLK
7003-008002-111
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H (BLACK)
7003-008002-111
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H (BLACK)
7003-008002-112
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H
7003-016002-112
SCREW M3X16 PTP B/H ZN
7004-010010-112
SCREW M4X10 B/H
7104-010010-022
WASHER M4X10X1MM
7104-010010-022
WASHER M4X10X1MM
7104-010010-022
WASHER M4X10X1MM
8583-801010-301
6083-810001-000-01
FL8380 FRONT PANEL (HARMAN KARDON FL8380) REV A
HARMAN KARDON FL8380 FRONT PANEL (W SILKSCREEN)
64
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
4
39
1
3
2
2
4
12
2
2
1
1
2
1
FL8380 Mechanical Parts List (Cont'd)
FL8380
6083-810004-000-01
6083-810006-000-01
6083-810007-000-01
6083-810009-000-01
6083-810011-000
6083-810013-000-01
6083-810014-000-01
6083-810015-000
6583-510006-000
6600-210035-000
6600-210060-000
7003-006002-112
7003-008002-112
BUTTON DISC W PAINTED
OPEN/CLOSE KNOB W/PAINTED
BUTTON PLAY, PAINTED
HK-FP105.1 PAINTED CAP BUTTON DIMMER FOR FL8380
FILTER, FL (PVC 0.5t)
KNOB, VR, PAINTED
BUTTON STANDBY, PAINTED
INDICATOR, STANDBY SAN(MILKY)
BRACKET, PHONES (MIC)
PADCOCK 10X10X7MM
PADCOCK 70X12X6t
SCREW M3X6 P.T.P. B/H
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
2610-218300-002
3200-480150-400
6600-180007-000
6600-240003-001
AC POWER CORD NON-INTEGRAL SPT-2 UL/CSA
TRANSFORMER EI48 117V UL #4801Y52T
AC CORD BUSHING (PG5RF-5B)
CLOSE END CONNECTOR (CE-1)
1
1
1
2
9400-501001-131
Part number
1004-701316-000
1007-501316-000
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 470 OHM 1/6 W +-5%
CARBON FILM RESISTOR 750 OHM 1/6W +-5%
1
1
2300-002010-000
2300-006010-000
2500-021201-050
2506-062501-150
RIGHT ANGLE CONN WAFER 2PIN 2MMP
HORIZONTAL CONN. WAFER 6 PINS 2mmP
2PIN 120MM 1CONN CABLE AWG#28 2MMP
6PIN 250MM 2CONN RIBBON CABLE AWG#28 2MMP
1
1
1
1
3001-820000-000
3004-206000-000
3100-800000-000
INFRARED SENSOR ST-8LR2 OPTO-SENSOR
PHOTO COUPLER SG206 OPTO-SENSOR
EMITTING DIODE EL-8L OPTO-SENSOR
1
1
1
4841-010130-003
6005-050029-001
6005-050032-000
5CD SENSOR BD REV C
HOLDER SENSOR
COVER, HOLDER, SENSOR
1
1
1
5 DISC CHANGER MECHANISM
5CD SENSOR BOARD ASSY
Reference
R2
R1
CONNECTOR, CABLE
CN1
CN2
CN1
CN2
OPTICAL DEVICE
D2
D1
D3
PCB, MISC
5CD CHANGER MECHANICAL ASSY
2501-062801-150
6PIN 280MM 2CONN RIBBON CABLE AWG#28 2MMP
6505-050002-001
CABINET HOLDER A
7003-008002-112
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H
1
4
4
8500-055080-300
6005-050002-011
6005-050004-003
6005-050005-001
6005-050026-002
6005-050027-000
6005-050028-000
6005-050051-000
6600-010212-002
6600-010213-000
6600-010290-001
6600-020203-000
6600-020297-000
6600-080001-000
6600-170056-000
7002-608002-002
7002-620002-062
7003-008002-112
7003-012002-062
7103-012010-022
7103-207004-000
CABINET TOP ASSY
CABINET TOP
GEAR BLOCK
GEAR BLOCK ARM
LEVER LOCK, T.T.
BUSH, ROLLER
WASHER, BUSH
TRUNTABLE
5CD SPRING, GEAR BLOCK
5CD SPRING, GEAR BLOCK ARM
SPRING LEVER LOCK
5CD SHAFT, T.T. ROLLER
PIN, ROLLER LOCK
YN21R D03/04 PINCH ROLLER
RUBBER RING 3.2X5.2X2
SCREW M2.6X8 P.T.P W/H D6.5
SCREW M2.6X20 P TYPE W/H ZN
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H
SCREW M3X12 P.T.P. W/H
WASHER M3X12X1MM
FIBRE WASHER M3.2X7X0.4MM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
5
1
2
1
5
1
1
5
8500-055040-301
6005-050019-000
6005-050020-000
6005-050021-000
6005-050022-000
6600-020268-000
6600-090052-000
7002-003010-111
7103-006005-130
MOTOR BRACKET ASSY
SHAFT BUSHING
PULLEY ROTARY
GEAR ROTARY
GEAR WORM
SHAFT DIA. 2X34MM
5CD BELT ROTARY
SCREW M2X3 B/H (BLACK)
WASHER 3X6X0.5MM CUT
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
8500-055010-300
MOTOR ASSY
65
FL8380 Mechanical Parts List (Cont'd)
FL8380
2500-021301-050
6005-050018-000
FF130SH11340-2684A
2PIN 130MM 1CONN CABLE AWG#28 UL1571 2mmP
MOTOR PULLEY
MOTOR FF-130SH-11340-02684A (MABUCHI)
1
1
1
8500-055040-100
6505-050004-004
6600-020201-001
MOTOR BRACKET SUB-ASSY
MOTOR BRACKET
5CD SHAFT, GEAR ROTARY
1
1
8500-055050-100
6005-050017-000
6505-050005-001
6600-020202-000
BRACKET ROLLER ASSY
ROLLER
BRACKET ROLLER
5CD PIN, ROLLER
1
1
1
8500-055230-101
6005-050006-004
6005-050007-000
6005-050008-001
6005-050009-000
6005-050011-000
6005-050014-004
6005-050015-000
6005-050033-000
6005-050034-001
6005-050035-000
6005-050050-007
6091-060006-000
6591-060007-000
6600-010210-001
6600-010211-000
6600-090062-000
6600-140001-000
6600-150006-001
6600-170021-000
7002-006001-022
7003-006002-112
7003-008002-062
7003-008002-112
7003-008003-112
7003-012002-062
7103-207004-000
7103-209008-022
7103-210012-022
7103-314010-022
7105-010005-030
7106-212505-022
BASE 5CD ASSY REV A
CONTROL CAM
GEAR, CABINET TOP
CONTROL CAM
INTERMEDIATE GEAR
IDLER GEAR
LEVER LOCK, OUTER
LEVER LOCK
SUPPORT BRACKET
DRIVEN PULLEY 80T
DRIVEN PULLEY PLATE 80T
BASE, 5CD
CHUCKING PULLEY
CHUCKING METAL PLATE
SPRING LEVER LOCK
5CD SPRING, LEVER LOCK, OUTER
TIMING BELT, S2M180 90T
CD90F01 CHUCKING METAL PLATE FELT RING
CHUCKING MAGNET
5CD CUSHION RING
SCREW M2*6 S.T.P. P/H
SCREW M3X6 P.T.P. B/H
SCREWM3X8 P TYPE W/H ZN
SCREW M3X8 P.T.P. B/H
SCREW M3X8 B TYPE B/H ZN
SCREW M3X12 P.T.P. W/H
FIBRE WASHER M3.2X7X0.4MM
WASHER M3.2X9X0.8
PLAN WASHER 3.2X10X1.2t ZN
WASHER M3.3X14X1MM ST/ZN
WASHER LOCK 5X10X0.5MM
PLAN WASHER 6.2X12.5X0.5t
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
8
1
1
1
3
2
1
3
3
8500-055010-100
6505-050008-001
6600-020196-002
6600-020197-001
6600-020198-000
BRACKET GEAR ASSY
BRACKET, GEAR, SUB
PIN, CAM CABINET
PIN CABINET TOP
5CD PIN, CONTROL CAM
1
1
1
1
8500-055030-301
6005-050023-001
6005-050024-000
MOTOR ASSY
PULLEY MOTOR
PULLEY DISC
1
1
9400-501000-171
2300-003000-001
6005-050025-002
6505-050007-001
6600-020270-004
5CD SWITCH BOARD ASSY REV A
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 3PIN 2MMP JST
SWITCH COVER
CONTACT PLATE
BUSH, SWITCH COVER
1
1
1
1
9400-501000-211
2300-003000-001
4800-310210-001
5CD LOADER BOARD ASSY REV A
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 3PIN 2MMP JST
5CD LOADER BOARD REVA
1
1
RF-500TB-14415
DC MOTOR MABUCHI RF-500TB-14415 (DC002VT00003)
1
8500-055220-100
3009-213000-000
6005-050030-001
6600-020199-001
6600-020200-002
6600-170076-000
6600-170077-000
7002-608002-022
7102-712706-022
7106-212505-022
BRACKET, CD MECHA ASSY
CD MECHANISM 213CCM
BRACKET, CD MECHA
PIN, LOCK
PIN, ROUND
CUSHION 5CD, 30 DEG. BLACK IIR
CUSHION 5CD 40 DEG. GREY IIR
SCREW M2.6X8 P.T.P. P/H
WASHER DIA2.7XDIA12.7X0.6mm ST/ZN
PLAN WASHER 6.2X12.5X0.5t
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
4
66
FL8380
FL8380 Mechanical Parts List (Cont'd)
9400-501000-701
2300-002000-001
2300-006000-000
2501-062801-150
4841-010700-006
5CD TURN TABLE BOARD ASSY REV A
STRAIGHT CONN WAFER 2PIN 2MMP JST
STRAIGHT CONN. WAFER 6 PINS 2mmP
6PIN 280MM 2CONN RIBBON CABLE AWG#28 2MMP
5CD TURN TABLE REV F
67
1
1
1
1
68
FL8380
69
FL8380
70
FL8380
71
FL8380
FL8380
Ref#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
72
Part Number
Description
5013-835001-001-10
5000-835001-001
FL 8380
9805-020000-071
2617-210004-001
2611-310009-000
Outer Carton
End Packing Foam
FL8380 Unit
FL8380 Remote Control
Cable
RCA Cable
Warranty Sheet
Instruction Sheet
Owner’s Manual
5100-838000-000
Qty
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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