CHAPTER 1 - HARMAN Luxury Audio Group

CHAPTER 1 - HARMAN Luxury Audio Group
RV-8
Receiver
Service Manual
Harman Specialty Group 3 Oak Park, Bedford, MA, 01730-1413 USA
Customer Service: Telephone: 781-280-0300 | Service Fax: 781-280-0499 | www.lexicon.com
Part No. 070-17537 | Rev 0
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read and keep these instructions.
2. Heed all warnings.
3. Follow all operation instructions.
4. Do not use this apparatus near water.
5. Clean only with a dry cloth.
6. Do not block any ventilation openings.
7. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or another apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produces heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as when a power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. Refer to the operating instructions for power requirements. Be advised that different operating voltages may
require the use of different line cord and/or attachment plug.
16. Do not install the unit in an unventilated rack, or directly above heat-producing equipment such as power
amplifiers. Observe the maximum ambient operating temperature listed in the product specification.
17. Never attach audio power amplifier outputs directly to any of the unit’s connectors.
18. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
19. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
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Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ television technician for help.
SAFETY SUMMARY
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of
this unit. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in these instructions
violates manufacturer safety standards and intended use of this unit. Harman Specialty Group assumes no
liability for failure to comply with these requirements.
GROUND THE INSTRUMENT
To minimize shock hazard, the unit chassis and cabinet must be connected to an electrical ground. The unit is
equipped with a three-wire grounding type plug. It will only fit into a grounding type power outlet. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding type plug.
DO NOT OPERATE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
Do not operate the unit in the presence of flammable gasses or fumes. Operation of any electrical instrument in
such an environment constitutes a definite safety hazard.
KEEP AWAY FROM LIVE CIRCUITS
Operating personnel must not remove unit covers. Qualified maintenance personnel must make component
replacements and internal adjustments. Do not replace components with the power cord connected. Under
certain conditions, dangerous voltages may exist even with the power cord removed. To avoid personal injuries,
always disconnect power and discharge circuits before touching them.
DO NOT SERVICE OR ADJUST ALONE
Do not attempt internal service or adjustment unless another person capable of rendering first-aid resuscitation
is present.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS OR MODIFY INSTRUMENT
Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any
unauthorized modification to the unit.
DANGEROUS PROCEDURE WARNINGS
Warnings such as the example shown below precede potentially dangerous procedures throughout this
document. Instructions contained in warnings must be followed.
WARNING
Dangerous voltages capable of causing death are present in this unit. Use extreme caution
when handling, testing, or adjusting.
CAUTION
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PRECAUTIONS
The following practices minimize possible damage to circuit boards resulting from electrostatic
discharge or improper insertion.
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Keep circuit boards in their original packaging until ready for use.
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Avoid having plastic, vinyl, or Styrofoam in the work area.
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Wear an anti-static wrist strap.
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Discharge personal static before handling circuit boards.
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Remove and insert circuit boards with care.
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When removing circuit boards, handle only by non-conductive surfaces. Never touch open-edge
connectors except at a static-free workstation.
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Minimize handling of circuit boards.
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Handle each circuit board by its edges.
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Do not slide circuit boards over any surface.
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Insert circuit boards with the proper orientation.
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Use static-shielded containers for storing and transporting circuit boards.
WARNING
3 Oak Park
Bedford, MA 01730-1413 USA
Telephone: 781-280-0300
Fax: 781-280-0490
www.lexicon.com
Customer Service
Telephone: 781-280-0300
Sales Fax: 781-280-0495
Service Fax: 781-280-0499
Product Shipments
16 Progress Road
Billerica, MA 01821-5730 USA
Part No. 070-17537 | Rev 0 | 07/05
These service instructions are only intended for use by
qualified personnel. Do not perform any servicing other than
that contained in these instructions unless qualified to do so.
Refer to the Safety Summary on the previous page prior to
performing any service.
“Lexicon” and the Lexicon logo are registered trademarks of
Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
U.S. patent numbers and other worldwide patents issued
and pending.
© 2005 Harman International Industries, Inc. All rights
reserved.
This document should not be construed as a commitment on
the part of Harman Specialty Group. The information it
contains is subject to change without notice. Harman
Specialty Group assumes no responsibility for errors that
may appear within this document.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 – REFERENCE DOCUMENT & EQUIPMENT LISTS ........................1-1
CHAPTER 2 – GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................2-1
CHAPTER 3 – SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................3-1
CHAPTER 4 – FUNCTIONAL VERIFICATION .......................................................4-1
Performance Verification ................................................................................................... 4-1
Initial Inspection ................................................................................................................. 4-1
Functional Tests ................................................................................................................ 4-1
Functional Audio I/O Tests ................................................................................................ 4-8
Audio Performance Verification ....................................................................................... 4-19
Video Input/Output Tests................................................................................................. 4-22
Lexicon Audio Precision ATE Summary.......................................................................... 4-29
CHAPTER 5 – TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................................5-1
Diagnostic Categories ...................................................................................................... 5-1
Power On Modes ............................................................................................................... 5-1
Diagnostic User Interface .................................................................................................. 5-1
Diagnostic Reporting ......................................................................................................... 5-2
Power On Diagnostics ....................................................................................................... 5-6
Extended Diagnostics Tests .............................................................................................. 5-8
Functional Diagnostic Descriptions ................................................................................. 5-11
Disassembly Instructions................................................................................................. 5-19
CHAPTER 6 – THEORY OF OPERATION .............................................................6-1
RV-8 Amplifier Theory ....................................................................................................... 6-1
RV-8 Analog Board Theory ............................................................................................... 6-4
RV-8 Main Board Theory................................................................................................... 6-9
RV-8 Phono/Microphone Input Board Theory ................................................................. 6-47
RV-8 Tuner Board Theory ............................................................................................... 6-48
RV-8 Video System Theory ............................................................................................. 6-50
CHAPTER 7 – PARTS LIST ............................................................................................. 7-1
Main Board Assembly ........................................................................................................... 7-1
VCO Masterclock Board Assembly....................................................................................... 7-3
Microphone/Preamplifier Board Assembly............................................................................ 7-4
Tuner Board Assembly ......................................................................................................... 7-4
IR/Encoder Board Assembly................................................................................................. 7-5
Switch/LED Board Assembly ................................................................................................ 7-5
Headphone Board Assembly ................................................................................................ 7-6
Analog Input/Output Board Assembly................................................................................... 7-6
3 Channel Amplifier Board Assembly ................................................................................... 7-9
4 Channel Amplifier Board Assembly .................................................................................7-12
Speaker EMI Filter Board Assembly...................................................................................7-14
Video Board Assembly........................................................................................................7-15
Video In Board Assembly....................................................................................................7-17
Video Out Board Assembly.................................................................................................7-17
Power Supply Board Subassembly ....................................................................................7-17
Chassis Assembly...............................................................................................................7-18
FP Mechanical Assembly....................................................................................................7-20
Video Mechanical Assembly ...............................................................................................7-20
Tuner/Preamp Mechanical Assembly .................................................................................7-20
Fan Assembly .....................................................................................................................7-21
Power Supply Mechanical Assembly..................................................................................7-21
Bridge Rectifier Assembly...................................................................................................7-21
VCO Mechanical Assembly ................................................................................................7-21
3 Channel Amp Bd Mechanical Assembly..........................................................................7-21
4 Channel Amp Bd Mechanical Assembly..........................................................................7-21
Single Positive Heatsink Assembly.....................................................................................7-22
Single Negative Heatsink Assembly ...................................................................................7-22
Double Positive Heatsink Assembly ...................................................................................7-22
Double Negative Heatsink Assembly..................................................................................7-22
Mounting Bracket Assembly (Option) .................................................................................7-22
Power Cord Options............................................................................................................7-22
Packaging/Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................7-22
ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS
080-14834
080-15508
080-15518
080-15528
080-15538
080-15548
080-15558
080-15568
080-15578
080-15588
080-16158
080-16168
080-16178
080-16188
080-15644
080-15645
080-15646
080-15647
080-15648
080-15649
080-15848
080-16434
080-16435
080-16436
080-16437
080-16438
080-16439
PC,ASSY DWG,MECH VCO
PC,ASSY DWG,VIDEO IN BD
PC,ASSY DWG,VIDEO OUT BD
PC,ASSY DWG,MIC/PREAMP BD
PC,ASSY DWG,HEADPHONE BD
PC,ASSY DWG,TUNER BD
PC,ASSY DWG,MAIN BD
PC,ASSY DWG,SW/LED BD
PC,ASSY DWG,ANLG I/O BD
PC,ASSY DWG,VIDEO BD
PC,ASSY DWG,AMP MOD,3CH
PC,ASSY DWG,AMP MOD,4CH
PC,ASSY DWG,PS BD
PC,ASSY DWG,SPKR EMI FILT
ASSY DWG,SHIPMENT
ASSY DWG,ACCESS
ASSY DWG,CHASSIS
ASSY DWG,MECH,FP
ASSY DWG,MECH,VIDEO
ASSY DWG,FAN,60MM
ASSY DWG,MECH,TUNER/PREAMP
ASSY DWG,AMP,3CH
ASSY DWG,AMP,4CH
ASSY DWG,MECH,PS
ASSY DWG,BRIDGE RECT
ASSY DWG,HS,SGL
ASSY DWG,HS,DBL
SCHEMATICS
060-13699
060-15509
060-15519
060-15529
060-15539
060-15549
060-15559
060-15569
060-15579
060-15589
060-16139
060-16169
060-16179
SCHEM,IR/ENC BD
SCHEM,VIDEO IN BD
SCHEM,VIDEO OUT BD
SCHEM,MIC/PREAMP BD
SCHEM,HEADPHONE BD
SCHEM,TUNER BD
SCHEM,MAIN BD
SCHEM,SW/LED BD
SCHEM,ANLG I/O BD
SCHEM,VIDEO BD
SCHEM,VCO BD,MCLK
SCHEM,AMP MOD,4CH,3CH
SCHEM,PS BD
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CHAPTER 1 – REFERENCE DOCUMENT & EQUIPMENT
LISTS
Reference Document
Refer to the RV-8 User Guide-Lexicon P/N 070-15838.
Required Equipment
The following is a minimum suggested equipment list required to perform the proof of
performance tests:
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High quality amplifier with RCA input connectors and volume control capabilities
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A pair of high quality speakers
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High quality video monitor with composite (RCA), S-video, and component (RCA) input connections
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High quality DVD player with RCA analog L/R outputs, digital coaxial and optical outputs, and
composite, S-video and component outputs
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CD disc for a test audio source
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DVD disc for a test video source
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DAT recorder with digital coaxial and optical record inputs, for testing the digital output of the RV-8
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A pair of stereo headphones
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Variac variable AC power supply (2 amp minimum, 0-220 VAC)
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Digital multimeter (3.5 digits, 0.5% or better accuracy)
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Low Distortion Audio Oscillator with single-ended or balanced analog outputs, switchable 30kHz lowpass filter or band-pass (20-20kHz) filter, and output THD+N < .001%
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Distortion Analyzer with switchable 30Hz high-pass filter or band-pass (20-20kHz) filter
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Digital Distortion Analyzer
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RS232 DB9 wrap around plugs (These are created by connecting pins 2 & 3 of a female DB9
connector)
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Debug terminal monitor (optional).
Required Cables
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Shielded audio cable with an RCA connector and an appropriate connector on the opposite end for
connection to a Low Distortion Audio Oscillator
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Shielded audio cable with an RCA connector on one end and an appropriate connector on the
opposite end for connection to a Low Distortion Audio Analyzer
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Shielded audio cable (balanced) and an XLR female connector on one end and an appropriate
connector on the opposite end for connection to a Low Distortion Analyzer
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4 Shielded audio cables with RCA connectors on both ends
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2 Shielded AES audio cables with XLR male on one end and XLR female on the other
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Digital S/PDIF audio cable with RCA connectors on both ends
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Digital S/PDIF audio cable with optical connectors on both ends
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2 Video cables with RCA connectors on both ends
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2 Video cables with S-Video connectors on both ends
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2 Video cables with 3-wire component RCA connectors on both ends
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RV-8 AC power cord
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RV-8 remote control.
Required Tools
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Clean, antistatic, well lit work area with grounding wrist strap
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Number 1 Phillips tip screwdriver (magnetic tip preferred)
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Number 2 Phillips tip screwdriver (magnetic tip preferred)
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1/4 hex nut driver, full hollow
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7/16 hex nut driver, full hollow
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9/32 hex nut driver, full hollow
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M8 slotted mini-phone jack driver
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Slim needle nose pliers
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9/32, 7/16, 1/4 and 3/16, sockets 1/8 drive type
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1/8-Ratchet wrench
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Magnification glasses and lamp
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Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Soldering/De-soldering bench-top repair station.
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CHAPTER 2 – GENERAL INFORMATION
Periodic Maintenance
Under normal conditions the RV-8 requires minimal maintenance. Use a soft, lint-free cloth slightly
dampened with warm water and a mild detergent to clean the exterior surfaces of the unit.
Do not use alcohol, benzene or acetone-based cleaners or any strong commercial cleaners. Avoid using
abrasive materials such as steel wool or metal polish. It the unit is exposed to a dusty environment, a
vacuum may be used to remove dust from the unit's exterior.
Ordering Parts
When ordering parts, identify each part by type, board assembly location, component location,
price and HSG/Lexicon Part Number.
Replacement parts can be ordered from:
Harman Specialty Group
3 Oak Park Drive
Bedford, MA 01730-1441
Telephone: 781-280-0300; Fax: 781-280-0499; email: [email protected]
ATTN: Customer Service
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Returning Units to HSG/Lexicon for Service
Before returning a unit for warranty or non-warranty service, consult with HSG/Lexicon Customer Service
to determine the extent of the problem and to obtain Return Authorization. No equipment will be accepted
without Return Authorization from HSG/Lexicon.
If HSG/Lexicon recommends that a RV-8 be returned for repair and you choose to return the unit to
HSG/Lexicon for service, HSG/Lexicon assumes no responsibility for the unit in shipment from the
customer to the factory, whether the unit is in or out of warranty. All shipments must be well packed (using
the original packing materials if possible), properly insured and consigned, prepaid, to a reliable shipping
agent.
When returning a unit for service, please include the following information:
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Name
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Company Name
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Street Address
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City, State, Zip Code, Country
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Telephone number (including area code and country code where applicable)
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Serial Number of the unit
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Description of the problem
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Preferred method of return shipment
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Return Authorization number (on both the inside and outside of the package).
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Please enclose a brief note describing any conversations with HSG/Lexicon personnel (indicate the name
of the person at HSG/Lexicon) and give the name and daytime telephone number of the person directly
responsible for maintaining the unit.
Do not include accessories such as manuals, cables, remote control, etc. with the unit, unless specifically
requested to do so by HSG/Lexicon Customer Service personnel.
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CHAPTER 3 – SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Input and Output Connectors
Analog Audio Inputs
8 stereo (RCA) or 5 stereo and one 5.1-channel or 2 stereo and two
5.1-channel connectors
Digital Audio Inputs
4 S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) and 4 S/PDIF optical connectors; coaxial and
optical input connectors conform to IEC-958, S/PDIF standards
Sample Rates:
44.1, 48, 88.2, 96kHz
Accepts
16-24 bits PCM audio, Dolby Digital, DTS, DTS-ES and DTS-96k
discrete data formats
Main Audio Outputs
8 Unbalanced (RCA) connectors for Front L/R, Center, Sub, Side L/R
and Rear L/R
Zone 2 Audio Outputs
1 Unbalanced (RCA, variable output level) stereo connector,
1 Unbalanced (RCA, fixed output level) stereo connector, 1 S/PDIF
coaxial (RCA) connector and 1 optical connector
Zone 3 Audio Output
1 Stereo (RCA, variable output level) connector
Headphone Output
1 Stereo (1/4-inch phone) connector
Amplifier Outputs
7 Channels, 2 channels assignable to Zone 2 or Zone 3
Main Zone Audio Performance
A/D Conversion
24-bit, 96kHz, multi-bit ∆Σ architecture
D/A Conversion
24-bit, 44.1 to 192kHz, multi-bit ∆Σ architecture
Frequency Response*
20Hz to 20kHz, +0.1dB/-0.1dB, -0.25dB at 10Hz, -0.5dB at 40kHz,
reference 1kHz
THD + Noise*
Below 0.02%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 140Wrms all channels driven
Dynamic Range*
105dB minimum, 22kHz bandwidth, “A” weighted; 102dB minimum,
22kHz bandwidth, unweighted
Signal-to-Noise Ratio*
105dB minimum, 22kHz bandwidth, “A” weighted; 102dB minimum,
22kHz bandwidth, unweighted
Input Sensitivity
200mVrms (2Vrms for maximum output level) at 0dB input gain
Input Impedance
100kΩ in parallel with 150pF
* Combined measurements of preamplifier and power amplifier sections
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Preamp Output Level
150mVrms typical, 6Vrms maximum (RCA connectors)
Maximum value with full-scale input signal and volume at +12dB
Preamp Output Impedance
500Ω in parallel with 150pF (RCA connectors)
* Combined measurements of preamplifier and power amplifier sections
Zone 2 and Zone 3 Audio Performance
A/D Conversion
24-bit, 44.1 to 96kHz, multi-bit ∆Σ architecture (Zone 2 only)
D/A Conversion
24-bit, 44.1 to 192kHz, multi-bit ∆Σ architecture
Frequency Response
10Hz to 20kHz, +0.1dB/-0.25dB, -0.75dB at 40kHz, reference 1kHz
THD + Noise
Below 0.005% at 1kHz, (1Vrms output level)
Dynamic Range
101dB minimum, 22kHz bandwidth
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
101dB minimum, 22kHz bandwidth
Input Sensitivity
200mVrms (4Vrms for maximum output level)
Input Impedance
100kΩ in parallel with 150pF
Preamp Output Level
200mVrms typical, 4Vrms maximum; maximum value with full-scale input
signal and volume at 0dB
Preamp Output Impedance
300Ω in parallel with 150pF
Video Input and Output Connectors
Video Inputs
5 composite (RCA), 5 S-video and 3 component video (RCA)
Video Outputs
5 composite (RCA), (2 monitor, 2 Zone2, 1 Zone3), 4 S-video (2 monitor,
2 Zone2) and 1 component (RCA)
Composite and S-video Performance
Compatibility
NTSC, PAL and SECAM
Switching
Active
Output Level
1.0V peak-to-peak
Impedance
75Ω
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Input Return Loss
>40dB
Differential Gain
<0.5%
Differential Phase
<0.5°
Bandwidth
>25MHz
K Factor
<0.3%
Gain
±0.15dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
>65dB
Frequency Response
10Hz to 10MHz + 0.1/-0.3dB
Component Video Performance
Compatibility
3-Channel (Y/Pb/Pr), format-independent
Switching
Passive
Impedance
75Ω
Bandwidth
>150MHz
Insertion Loss
<3dB
Video Converter
NTSC, PAL, SECAM to Y/Pb/Pr
Other
Trigger Outputs
1 Power on/off and 1 programmable connector on detachable screw
terminals (+12 VDC, 0.5 amps each)
RS-232 Serial Input/Output
2 9-pin D-sub connectors
Power Requirements
120/230 VAC, 50-60Hz, 1300W (universal line input), detachable power
cord
Dimensions & Weight
Height (with feet): 7.76 inches (197.1mm)
Width: 17.3 inches (440mm)
Depth: 21.2 inches (538.48mm)
Weight: 65lb (29.48kg)
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Rack Mounting
Optional brackets are available for installation in a standard 19-inch
equipment rack (4 rack units required)
Environment
Operating Temp: 0° to 35°C (32° to 95°F)
Storage Temp: -30° to 75°C (-22° to 167°F)
Relative Humidity: 95% maximum without condensation
Remote Control
Hand-held, backlit infrared remote control unit, preprogrammed &
learning
Requires 4 AAA batteries (alkaline batteries recommended)
FM Tuner Performance
Tuning Range
64MHz to 108MHz
Usable Sensitivity
<4uV, 1.6uV typical
Selectivity
>87dbmV, 93dbmV typical
Frequency Response
50Hz to 16kHz, +0.1dB/-1.0dB
THD + Noise
Below 0.4% at 1 kHz (stereo)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
50dB minimum at 60dBmV (stereo, A-Wtg)
Image Rejection
>50dB, >60dB typical
AM Suppression
>45dB, >55dB typical
AM Tuner Performance
Tuning Range
520 to 1720kHz
Usable Sensitivity
<8uV, typ. 4uV
THD + Noise
<0.56%, 0.32% typical (1kHz, 60dBmV, 30% mod)
Wideband AGC
>80dBmV
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Phono Performance (MM)
Frequency Response
50Hz to 20kHz, ±0.5dB, rumble filter -4dB at 10Hz
THD + Noise
Below 0.02%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 4.7mV input
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
72dB minimum
Compatible Amplifier Connectors
Banana Plugs
Standard 0.75 inch plugs
Spade Connectors
Size 10-12 gauge
Bare Wire
Up to 10 gauge bare wire
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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CHAPTER 4 – FUNCTIONAL VERIFICATION
PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION
This section describes a quick verification of the operation of the RV-8 and the integrity of its analog and
digital audio signal paths.
WARNING
Dangerous voltages capable of causing death are present in this unit. Use extreme
caution when handling, testing, or adjusting.
INITIAL INSPECTION
1. Inspect the RV-8 for obvious signs of misuse, abuse, or neglect.
2. With the power off, verify that all switches operate smoothly.
3. With the power off and AC cord disconnected, remove the RV-8 top cover.
4. Verify that all cables are correctly installed and are securely fastened.
5. Check for burnt or obviously damaged components.
6. Check the voltage select connector for the primary windings of the power transformer for the analog
power supply: J14=220VAC, J15=120VAC.
7. Put the cover back on.
8. Connect the AC cord. Using the main power switch on the back of the RV-8, verify that the unit runs
through its Power On Diagnostics.
9. Check each of the front panel switches for smooth mechanical operation. Verify each LED turns on
and off when the associated switch is depressed, and that the display acknowledges each switch
function.
10. Press each button on the remote and verify that the RV-8 responds to all the remote commands.
FUNCTIONAL TESTS
The following tests verify the basic functions of the RV-8.
Power Supply Tests
The main power supply in the RV-8 has an operational range of 120/230 VAC, 50-60Hz, 1300W. The
following test is for North American line voltage of 120VAC.
Test:
1. Set the Variac to the voltage the unit is configured for (0-220 VAC) .
2. Verify that the RV-8 is powered off at its rear panel power switch.
3. Connect the AC power cord to the RV-8 AC power connector.
4. Check for power supply shorts to ground.
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5. Turn on the RV-8 using the rear main power switch.
6. Power on the Variac at 220VAC or 120VAC.
7. Monitor the current draw. During the boot, the current draw should be ~175mA. At the end of the
boot, when the power amp is on, the current should be ~375mA.
Safety – Complete Supply Test
These tests will verify that the High Current Power Supply operates properly.
Setup:
1. Set the rear panel power switch of the RV-8 to the “0” (OFF) position.
2. Disconnect the AC Line cord from the unit.
3. Plug the transformer primary wiring harness into the connector J15 “120VAC” on the Power Supply
Board to the left of the transformer.
4. Set the Digital Multi-Meter (DMM) for a DC resistance reading on the highest range.
5. Set the rear panel power switch of the RV-8 to the “1” (ON) position.
Test:
1. Verify the resistance between the Line (Brown) pin and chassis ground is an open circuit.
2. Verify the resistance between the Neutral (Blue) pin and chassis ground is an open circuit.
3. Install the top cover (P/N 700-15809).
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Power On – Complete Supply Test
This test will verify that there are no shorts from the transformer secondary winding to ground.
WARNING
Lethal voltage will be present during this test. DO NOT come into contact with the
Amplifier Output Transistors or the Heat Sinks. Power Supply Discharge time is more
than ten minutes unless discharged using a discharge box.
Setup:
1. Set the rear panel power switch of the RV-8 to the “0” (OFF) position.
2. Connect one end of the AC power cord to the RV-8 and the other end to the Variac.
3. Power on the Variac.
4. Set the Variac voltage to 120VAC. Test.
Test:
1. Set the rear panel power switch of the RV-8 to the “1” (ON) position.
2. While monitoring the current draw on the Variac, after approximately sixty seconds, verify that the
current draw is less than 1.0A (0.85A typical) and all seven amplifier channel LEDs are lit.
Brown-Out Test
This test verifies that the unit responds to a brown-out (reduction in AC Line Voltage).
Setup:
1. The RV-8 should be powered-on normally through the Variac.
2. Wait for the RV-8 to complete its power-up initialization.
3. Verify that all seven of the Amp Status LEDs at the bottom of the front panel are lit.
Test:
1. Slowly turn the Variac voltage down until the RV-8 display indicates:
“****BROWN OUT !! ****
****CYCLE POWER ****”
2. Verify that all seven of the Amp Status LEDs at the bottom of the front panel are OFF.
3. Set the Digital Multi-Meter (DMM) to measure AC Volts reading on the highest range.
4. Disconnect the AC Line cord from the rear of the RV-8.
5. Verify the voltage at the AC Line cord is between 80 and 90 VAC.
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Power Supplies
The following tests and information will verify the voltages and handling issues of the RV-8.
Lethal voltages are present on the RV-8 heat sinks. DO NOT come into contact with the
Amplifier Output Transistors or the heat sinks. Power Supply Discharge time is more
than ten minutes unless manually discharged.
WARNING
Whenever the RV-8 covers are removed, the amplifier channels carry a lethal voltage.
Stay clear of them when testing the inside of the RV-8. When replacing the channels, it is
important to discharge them before removing them from the chassis. Follow the safety
and handling procedures below when service is required inside the RV-8.
Discharging The Power Supply:
1. The unit must be disconnected from the AC Power before it is discharged.
2. Wait ten minutes.
3. Remove the top cover and measure the voltage from positive (+) to negative (-). See figure 1 below.
Figure 1: Measure the Voltage from Positive to Negative
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Changing the Voltage
This procedure gives instructions for changing an RV-8 from 120V to 220-240 VAC.
1. Disconnect the RV-8 from AC Power.
2. Wait ten minutes.
3. Remove the cover of the RV-8.
4. Measure the voltage on the output devices.
5. Replace the fuse with the proper value (see table below for part number listing).
6. Move the Transformer primary wire harness to the proper connector (see table below for connector
information).
7. Replace the rear panel Voltage label with the appropriate label for the configured voltage (Part
number 740-16015: LABEL,100-120V,50-60Hz; Part number 740-16017: LABEL,220-240V,50-60Hz).
Item
Description
120VAC
220-240VAC
1
AC Fuse on Power Supply PCB
440-16213
440-16212
15A
6.3A
Plug to 100V/120V
connector J15
Plug to 220V/230V/240V
connector J14
2
Transformer primary wire harness
Measuring Power Supply Voltages
In this procedure, testing of the supplies will be performed with the top cover removed
and the unit turned on. Due to risk of shock, do not remove the cover with the unit
powered on.
WARNING
The Amp channels on both sides of the RV-8 heat sinks are Live Voltage. Great care must
be taken to avoid touching these areas when testing for voltages inside the unit.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Wait ten minutes.
3. Remove the top cover of the RV-8.
4. With the RV-8 facing you, locate the switching power supply mounted vertically on the left side of the
chassis.
5. Power on the unit.
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6. Locate the wire connection at the top of the switching supply.
7. With the DMM, measure the voltages on the connector using the black probe to chassis.
8. Yellow is +15 volt rail measure for a voltage range of +14.75V to +15.250V.
9. Blue is –15 volt rail measure for a voltage range of +14.75V to +15.250V.
10. Red is +5 volt rail measure for a voltage range of +4.75V to +5.25V.
11. Locate the two black six-wire connectors that run from the main power supply board in the middle of
the RV-8 to the two amp channels left and right of the chassis.
12. With the black lead of the DMM connected to the chassis, carefully probe the inside of each black
wire with the red probe. (Some pins contain +65V. Some pins contain -65V).
AM/FM Tuner & Headphone Output Tests
These tests confirm that the tuner and the headphone output in the RV-8 are functioning normally.
Test:
1. Attach both the AM and FM antennas to the back of the RV-8.
2. Connect the RCA front left and right outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and right inputs.
Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to the pair of speakers.
3. Power on the RV-8.
4. Press the remote control MAIN soft button.
5.
Press the remote TUNER soft button.
6. The RV-8’s display will display “Tuner” in the upper left, and the AM or FM radio station it is tuned to
in the upper right.
7. Raise the RV-8 volume to a comfortable level.
8. Randomly scan to different radio stations by pushing the TUNE/SEEK buttons on the front panel or
remote control, stopping at each station to listen for clarity.
9. Switch between the AM and FM bands by pressing the AM/FM button on the front panel or remote
control, checking stations for clarity.
10. Power down the external amplifier. Remove the cables from the outputs of the amplifier and connect
them to the RV-8’s front left and right amplifier outputs.
11. Repeat steps 7 and 8 above, adjusting the volume on the front panel of the RV-8 to a comfortable
listening level.
12. Lower the volume on the RV-8, and plug a pair of headphones into the Phones jack on the front
panel.
13. Repeat steps 7 and 8 above adjusting the volume on the front panel of the RV-8 to a comfortable
listening level.
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Trigger Test
This test will verify the trigger circuits of the RV-8. For this test you will need the RV-8 remote control and
a Digital Multimeter (DMM).
Test:
1. Power on the RV-8.
2. Turn on the DMM and set it to read DC voltage for a 12V level.
3. Using the remote control Menu arrow, select SETUP from the Main Menu.
4. Scroll down through the SETUP menu and select TRIGGERS.
5. Scroll to DVD1 and change the trigger from OFF to ON.
6. Press the remote control MAIN button, then press the remote control DVD1 button to select DVD1 as
the input for the Main Zone.
7. On the RV-8 rear panel, locate the Trigger Outputs block.
8. Connect the DMM’s red probe to positive (+) and connect the black probe to negative (–). Measure
the PWR +/- and the #1 +/- trigger outputs for 12 Volts DC.
RS232 Test
This test will verify that the RS232 port 1 on the back of the RV-8 is functioning normally by comparing
the transmitted signal (at pin 2) to the received signal (at pin 3).
Test:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite video output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on.
This will allow full viewing of the RV-8’s Diagnostics menus.
2. Power on the RV-8 using the main power switch on the rear panel.
3. When “LEXICON” appears on the display, press and hold the Zone2 DVD2 and Zone3 DVD2 buttons
on the front panel within eight seconds.
4. Continue to hold down the buttons until the RV-8 display reads “DIAGS MENU FUNCTIONAL
TESTS.”
5. Turn the volume knob until “REPAIR TESTS” is displayed on the front panel.
6. Press the Mode button on the front panel to enter the REPAIR TEST menu.
7. Turn the volume knob to the right until “RS232 WRAP TEST” appears on the display.
8. Press the front panel Mode button until the display reads “INSERT WRAP PLUGS.”
9. Connect the wraparound plugs to pins 2 and 3 of the female DB9 connector labeled “RS232 1” on the
back of the RV-8.
10. Press the Mode button to engage the test.
11. The display should read “SERIAL PORT 1 PASSED” and “SERIAL PORT 2 FAILED.”
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FUNCTIONAL AUDIO I/O TESTS
Note:
The DVD1 input will be used throughout the functional audio I/O tests. Any other input may be substituted
as desired. You will need the RV-8 remote control throughout to configure the Setup menus.
Analog Inputs to Zone2 Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the paired inputs labeled 1 to 8 and the fixed and variable
RCA Zone 2 output.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect the RCA left and right outputs labeled “Fix” from Zone 2 to an external amplifier.
3. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to the pair of speakers.
4. If the RV-8 is powered off, turn on using the main power switch on the rear panel.
5. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. To enter the MAIN MENU, press the remote control Menu arrow.
2. Scroll to the MAIN MENU using the Menu / arrows and highlight SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to enter SETUP.
3. In the SETUP menu, highlight INPUTS. Press the Menu arrow to enter INPUT SETUP.
4. Highlight DVD1 and press the Menu arrow button to select the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
5. Scroll down through the DVD1 menu options and highlight ANALOG IN. Press the Menu arrow to
enter DVD1 ANALOG IN.
6. Scroll through the DVD1 ANALOG IN input options and highlight ANALOG-1. Press the Menu arrow to assign the input to DVD1.
7. Press the Menu arrow once to return to the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
8. Scroll down through the menu and highlight ZONE2 IN. Press the Menu arrow to select the
ZONE2 IN parameter.
9. Press the Menu / arrows until ANLG is listed.
10. Press the Menu arrow once to confirm.
11. Analog should now be selected as the Zone 2 source.
12. Press the Menu arrow four times to exit the setup menus.
13. Connect the oscillator output to the left and right audio inputs labeled 1 on the RV-8 rear panel.
14. Confirm DVD 1 is selected in the Main Zone as well as the Zone 2 section of the front panel.
15. Slowly increase the volume on the amplifier to a comfortable listening level for the speakers.
16. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz.
17. Verify that you hear clean, clear audio coming from the speakers.
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18. Power down the amplifier and move the cables from RCA left and right outputs from “Fix” to “Var” in
Zone 2.
19. Repeat the procedure above to test the Zone 2 variable output.
20. Once complete, repeat steps 1-19 to test Analog Inputs 2 through 8. Change the DVD1 ANALOG IN
selected in step 6 to the next appropriate input.
Analog Inputs to Zone 3 Output Test
This test will verify the audio path between the paired inputs 1 to 8 and the RCA Zone 3 output.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect the Zone 3 RCA left and right audio outputs to an external amplifier.
3. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to the pair of speakers.
4. If the RV-8 is powered down, turn it on using the main power switch on the rear panel.
5. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. To enter the MAIN MENU, press the remote control Menu arrow.
2. Scroll through the MAIN MENU using the / arrows and highlight SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to enter SETUP.
3. In the SETUP menu, highlight INPUTS. Press the Menu arrow to enter INPUT SETUP.
4. Highlight DVD1 and press the Menu arrow to select the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
5. Scroll down through the DVD1 menu options and highlight ANALOG IN. Press the Menu arrow to
enter DVD1 ANALOG IN.
6. Scroll through the DVD1 ANALOG IN input options and highlight ANALOG-1. Press the Menu arrow to assign the input to DVD1.
7. Press the Menu arrow button four times to exit the setup menus.
8. Connect the oscillator output to the left and right audio inputs labeled 1 on the rear panel of the RV-8.
9. Confirm DVD 1 is selected in the Main Zone as well as the Zone 3 section of the front panel.
10. Slowly increase the volume on the amplifier to a comfortable listening level for the speakers.
11. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz.
12. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard from the Zone 3 audio outputs of the RV-8.
13. Once complete, repeat steps 1-12 to test Analog Inputs 2 through 8 to the audio output of Zone3.
Change the DVD1 ANALOG IN selected in step 6 to the next appropriate input.
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Analog Inputs to Digital Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the paired analog inputs 1 to 8 to Zone 2 digital outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output of Zone 2 on the RV-8 rear panel to the digital record input
jack of the DAT machine.
3. Connect the left and right analog outputs of the DAT machine to the analog left and right inputs of an
external amplifier. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
4. Turn on the RV-8 using the main power switch on the rear panel.
5. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. To enter the MAIN MENU, press the remote control Menu arrow.
2. Scroll through the MAIN MENU using the Menu / arrows and highlight SETUP. Press the Menu
arrow to enter SETUP.
3. In the SETUP menu, highlight INPUTS. Press the Menu arrow to enter INPUT SETUP.
4. Highlight DVD1 and Press the Menu arrow to select the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
5. Scroll down through the DVD1 menu options and highlight ANALOG IN. Press the Menu arrow to
enter DVD1 ANALOG IN.
6. Scroll through the DVD1 ANALOG IN input options and highlight ANALOG-1. Press the Menu arrow to assign the input to DVD1.
7. Press the Menu arrow once to return to the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
8. Scroll down through the menu and highlight ZONE2 IN. Press the Menu arrow to select the
ZONE2 IN parameter.
9. Press the Menu / arrows until ANLG is displayed.
10. Press the Menu arrow once to confirm.
Analog should now be selected as the Zone 2 source.
11. Press the Menu arrow four times to exit the setup menus.
12. Connect the oscillator output to the left and right audio inputs labeled 1 on the rear panel of the RV-8.
13. Confirm DVD 1 is selected in the Main Zone as well as the Zone 2 section of the front panel.
14. Place the DAT machine into Record mode.
15. Slowly increase the volume on the amplifier to a comfortable listening level for the speakers.
16. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz.
17. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard from the Zone 2 digital outputs of the RV-8.
18. Once complete, repeat steps 1-17 to test Analog Inputs 2 through 8. Change the DVD1 ANALOG IN
selected in step 6 to the next appropriate input.
19. Now perform the setup and test steps 1 to 18 to test the digital optical outputs. Be sure to use the
appropriate digital cable.
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Digital Input to Digital Outputs Test:
This test will verify the audio path between the S/PDIF coaxial and optical inputs 1 to 4 and the Zone 2
S/PDIF coaxial and optical digital outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect a S/PDIF coaxial digital output from a DVD or CD player to the S/PDIF coaxial digital input
labeled 1 on the rear panel of the RV-8.
3. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output on the RV-8 rear panel to the digital record input jack of the
DAT machine.
4. Connect the left and right analog outputs of the DAT machine to the analog left and right inputs of an
external amplifier. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
5. Power on the RV-8 using the main power switch on the rear panel.
6. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. To enter the MAIN MENU, press the remote control Menu arrow.
2. Scroll through the MAIN MENU using the Menu / arrows and highlight SETUP. Press the Menu
arrow to enter SETUP.
3. In the SETUP menu, highlight INPUTS. Press the Menu arrow to enter INPUT SETUP.
4. Highlight DVD1 and press the Menu arrow to select the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
5. Scroll down through the DVD1 menu options and highlight DIGITAL IN. Press the Menu arrow to
enter DVD1 DIGITAL IN.
6. Scroll through the DVD1 DIGITAL IN input options and highlight COAX-1. Press the Menu arrow to
assign the input to DVD1.
7. Press the Menu arrow once to return to the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
8. Scroll down through the menu and highlight ZONE2 IN. Press the Menu arrow to select the
ZONE2 IN parameter.
9. Press the Menu / arrows on the remote until DIGITAL is listed.
10. Press the Menu arrow once to confirm.
Digital should now be selected as the Zone 2 source.
11. Press the Menu arrow four times to exit the setup menus.
12. Confirm DVD 1 is selected in the Main Zone and Zone 2 section of the front panel.
13. Place the DAT machine into Record mode.
14. Power on the external amplifier.
15. Insert a disc into the DVD or CD player and press Play. Slowly increase the volume on the RV-8 to a
comfortable listening level.
16. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard.
17. Press Stop on the DVD or CD player and power down the external amplifier.
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18. Repeat steps 1-17 to test S/PDIF coaxial Inputs 2 through 4. Change the DVD1 DIGITAL IN selected
in step 6 to the next appropriate input.
19. To test the S/PDIF Optical I/O, use the S/PDIF optical output on the RV-8 to the S/PDIF optical input
of the DAT player. Repeat steps 1-18 to test S/PDIF optical Inputs 1 through 4. Change the DVD1
DIGITAL IN selected in step 6 from COAX to Optical and use the appropriate digital cable.
Phono Input to Zone 2 Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the left and right phono inputs and the Zone 2 Fixed and
Variable outputs.
Test:
1. Connect the Low Distortion Oscillator output to the phono left and right audio inputs on the rear panel
of the RV-8.
2. Connect the Zone 2 RCA left and right Fixed outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and
right inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
3. Power on the external amplifier. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable
listening level.
4. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
5. Power down the external amplifier.
6. Switch from the Zone 2 Fixed outputs to the Zone 2 Variable outputs and repeat steps 3 to 5 above.
Phono Input to Zone 3 Output Test
This test will verify the audio path between the left and right phono inputs and the RCA Zone 3 outputs.
Test:
1. Connect the Low Distortion Oscillator output to the phono left and right audio inputs on the rear panel
of the RV-8.
2. Connect the RCA left and right Zone 3 outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and right
inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
3. Power on the external amplifier. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable
listening level.
4. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
5. Power down the external amplifier.
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Phono Input to Digital Outputs
This test will verify the audio path between the left and right Phono inputs and the Zone 2 S/PDIF coaxial
and optical digital outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output on the RV-8 rear panel to the digital record input jack of the
DAT machine.
3. Connect the left and right analog outputs of the DAT machine to the analog left and right inputs of an
external amplifier. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
4. Turn on the RV-8 using the main power switch on the rear panel.
5. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. Connect the low distortion oscillator output to the left and right phono inputs on the rear panel of the
RV-8.
2. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output on the RV-8 rear panel to the digital record input jack of the
DAT machine.
3. Connect the left and right analog outputs of the DAT machine to the analog left and right inputs of the
external amplifier. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
4. Place the DAT machine into Record mode.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable
listening level.
6. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
7. Power down the external amplifier.
8. Repeat steps 2 through 7 for the S/PDIF optical output. Use the appropriate digital cable.
Digital Input to Amplifier Output
This test will verify the audio path between the S/PDIF coaxial and optical inputs labeled 1 to 4 and the
amplifier outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the RV-8’s menus.
2. Connect a S/PDIF coaxial digital output from a DVD or CD player to the S/PDIF coaxial digital input
labeled 1 on the rear panel of the RV-8.
3. Connect the outputs of the front left and front right channels (channels 1 and 5) of the RV-8 amplifier
to a pair of speakers.
4. Turn on the RV-8 using the main power switch on the rear panel.
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5. Once the unit is in standby mode, press the front panel standby button or the remote control
POWER button to enter normal operation.
Test:
1. To enter the MAIN MENU, press the remote control Menu arrow .
2. Scroll through the MAIN MENU using the Menu / arrows and highlight SETUP. Press the Menu
arrow to enter SETUP.
3. In the SETUP menu, highlight INPUTS. Press the Menu arrow to enter INPUT SETUP.
4. Highlight DVD1 and press the Menu arrow button to select the DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu.
5. Scroll down through the DVD1 menu options and highlight DIGITAL IN. Press the Menu arrow to
enter DVD1 DIGITAL IN.
6. Scroll through the DVD1 DIGITAL IN input options and highlight COAX-1. Press the Menu arrow to
assign the input to DVD1.
7. Press the Menu arrow button five times to exit the setup menus.
8. Insert a disc into the DVD or CD player and press Play. Slowly increase the volume on the RV-8 to a
comfortable listening level.
9. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard.
10. Once complete, repeat steps 1 to 9 to test the remaining digital inputs 2 to 4. Change the DVD1
DIGITAL IN selected in step 6 to the next appropriate input.
11. Now test the optical inputs using steps 1 to 10. Be sure to use the appropriate digital cable.
AUDIO I/O TESTS
In order to properly test the RV-8 as described in this procedure, the RV-8 must be in Diagnostics mode.
Perform the following procedure to enter the Diagnostics mode.
To enter Diagnostics mode:
1. Connect the video monitor to the main composite output of the RV-8 and turn the monitor on. This will
allow full viewing of the RV-8’s Diagnostics menus.
2. Turn on the RV-8 using the rear panel main power switch.
3. When “** LEXICON **” appears on the display, press and hold the Zone2 DVD2 and Zone3 DVD2
buttons on the front panel within twenty seconds.
4. Continue to hold down the buttons until the RV-8 display reads “DIAGS MENU FUNCTIONAL
TESTS.”
Analog Inputs To Main Zone Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the paired analog inputs 1 to 8 and all Main outputs.
Test:
1. Connect the low distortion oscillator output to the left and right analog audio inputs labeled 1 on the
rear panel of the RV-8.
2. Connect the RCA front left and front right outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and right
inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to the pair of speakers.
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3. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down through the Diagnostics Menu and select AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight AUDIO INPUT 1 TEST. Press the Menu arrow to engage
the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the left and right analog inputs labeled 1 to all Main
Zone outputs.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable
listening level.
6. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
7. Power down the external amplifier.
8. Once complete, repeat steps 5 through 7 to test the remaining paired RCA outputs (Center/Sub, Side
L/R, and Rear L/R). Repeat steps 5 through 7 to test Analog Inputs 2 through 8. Change the INPUT
TEST selected in step 4 to the next appropriate input. Switch the Oscillator outputs to the RV-8 input
that corresponds to the input selected in the AUDIO I/O TEST menu.
Analog Inputs to Amplifier Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the paired analog inputs labeled 1 to 8 and all analog amp
output channels.
Test:
1. Connect the low distortion oscillator output to the left and right analog audio inputs labeled 1 on the
rear panel of the RV-8.
2. With the RV-8 powered off, connect the RV-8 amplifier front left and front right outputs to the pair of
speakers.
3. Power on the RV-8.
4. Using the Menu / arrows, scroll through the Diagnostics Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
5. In the AUDIO I/O TESTS menu, highlight the AMP TEST. Press the remote control Menu arrow to
engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the left and right analog inputs labeled 1 to
all amplifier outputs.
6. Using the volume knob on the front panel of the RV-8, slowly increase the volume to a comfortable
listening level.
7. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
8. Lower the volume of the RV-8.
9. Power off the RV-8 and carefully disconnect the front left and front right speaker wires from the RV-8
amplifier outputs and connect them to the side left and side right amplifier outputs.
10. Power on the RV-8 and repeat steps 5 to 7.
11. Repeat steps 5 to 9 to test the RV-8 amplifier outputs for the rear left, rear right, and center channel
outputs.
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Phono Input To Main Zone Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the Phono inputs labeled left and right, to all Main Zone
Outputs.
Test:
1. Connect the low distortion oscillator output to the Phono left and right inputs on the rear panel of the
RV-8.
2. Connect the RCA front left and front right outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and right
inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to the pair of speakers.
3. Using the Menu / arrows, scroll through the Diagnostics Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TESTS menu, highlight AUDIO PHONO TEST. Press the remote control Menu arrow to engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the Phono left and right inputs to all
Main Zone outputs.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable
listening level.
6. Sweep the oscillator from 20Hz to 20kHz. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard
throughout the frequency sweep.
7. Power down the external amplifier.
8. Repeat steps 5 through 7 for the remaining paired RCA outputs (center/sub, side L/R, and rear L/R).
Digital Inputs to Main Zone Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the S/PDIF coaxial and optical digital audio inputs labeled 1 to
4, and all Main Zone analog outputs.
Note:
This test requires the use of a CD player as a source. The tests to follow will be run using a PCM signal at
a 44.1kHz sample rate.
Test:
1. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output of the CD player to the S/PDIF coaxial digital input 1 on the
RV-8 rear panel. Connect the S/PDIF optical digital output of the CD player to the S/PDIF optical
digital input 1 on the RV-8 rear panel.
2. Connect the RCA front left and front right outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and right
inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
3. Using the Menu / arrows, scroll through the Diagnostic Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST Menu, highlight S/PDIF INPUT CX1 TEST. Press the Menu arrow to
engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route digital audio from the S/PDIF coaxial digital input
labeled 1 to all the RCA analog outputs.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Press Play on the CD player.
6. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable listening level.
7. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard.
8. Stop the CD player and power down the external amplifier.
9. Repeat steps 2 through 8 for the remaining paired RCA outputs (Center/Sub, Side L/R, Rear L/R).
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10. The above procedure should be repeated to test digital S/PDIF COAX inputs labeled 2 through 4, as
well as the optical inputs labeled 1 to 4. Change the INPUT TEST selected in step 4 of setup
procedure to the next appropriate input. Move the output of the DVD player to the appropriate RV-8
input. When testing the optical inputs, be sure to use the appropriate digital cable.
Digital Inputs To Zone 2 Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the RV-8 S/PDIF coaxial and optical digital inputs and the
Zone 2 RCA Fixed and Variable outputs.
Note:
This test requires the use of a CD player as a source. The tests to follow will be run using a PCM signal at
a 44.1kHz sample rate.
Test:
1. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output of the CD player to the S/PDIF coaxial digital input 1 on the
RV-8 rear panel.
2. Connect the Zone 2 RCA left and right Fixed outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and
right inputs.
3. Using the Menu / arrows scroll through the Diagnostics Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight S/PDIF INPUT CX 1 TEST. Press the remote control Menu
arrow to engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route digital audio from the S/PDIF coaxial digital
input labeled 1 to all the RCA analog outputs.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Press play on the CD player.
6. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable listening level.
7. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard.
8. Stop the CD player and power down the external amplifier.
9. Switch the RCA cables from the Zone 2 RCA Fixed output to the Zone 2 RCA Variable outputs and
repeat steps 5 through 8.
10. The above procedure should be repeated to test S/PDIF coaxial digital inputs 2 through 4 as well as
the optical inputs 1 to 4. To do this, repeat the procedure, changing the Input Test selected in step 4
to the next appropriate input. Move the output of the CD player to the appropriate RV-8 input that
corresponds to the input selected in the AUDIO I/O TEST menu. When testing the optical inputs, be
sure to use the appropriate digital cable.
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Digital Inputs To Zone 3 Outputs Test
This test will verify the audio path between the RV-8 S/PDIF coaxial digital input 1 to the Zone 3 RCA
analog outputs.
Note:
This test requires the use of a CD player as a source. The tests to follow will be run using a PCM signal at
a 44.1kHz sample rate.
Test:
1. Connect the S/PDIF coaxial digital output of the CD player to the S/PDIF coaxial digital input 1 on the
RV-8 rear panel. Connect the S/PDIF optical digital output of the CD player to the S/PDIF optical
digital input 1 on the RV-8 rear panel.
2. Connect the Zone 3 RCA left and right Fixed outputs of the RV-8 to the external amplifier left and
right inputs. Connect the outputs of the external amplifier to a pair of speakers.
3. Using the Menu / arrows scroll through the Diagnostics Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight S/PDIF INPUT CX 1 TEST. Press the remote control Menu
arrow to engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route digital audio from the S/PDIF COAX digital
input labeled 1 to all the RCA analog outputs.
5. Power on the external amplifier. Press Play on the CD player.
6. Slowly increase the volume on the external amplifier to a comfortable listening level.
7. Verify that clean, undistorted audio can be heard.
8. Stop the CD player and power down the external amplifier.
9. The above procedure should be repeated to test S/PDIF coaxial digital inputs 2 through 4 as well as
the optical inputs 1 to 4. To do this, repeat the procedure, changing the Input Test selected in step 4
to the next appropriate input. Move the output of the CD player to the appropriate RV-8 input that
corresponds to the input selected in the AUDIO I/O TEST menu. When testing the optical inputs, be
sure to use the appropriate digital cable.
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AUDIO PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION
Performing these tests assures that the audio signal paths in the RV-8 meet published specifications.
These tests will verify the performance specifications of the gain, frequency response, THD+N, and S/N
ratio of each channel.
Analog Audio Inputs To Main Zone RCA Outputs Test
This test will verify the specifications of the Main Zone RCA outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect an audio cable between the output of the Low Distortion Oscillator and the RV-8 left RCA
input 1.
2. Connect an audio cable between the front left RCA output of the RV-8 and the input of the Distortion
Analyzer.
3. Using the Menu / arrows scroll through the Diagnostic Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight AUDIO INPUT 1 TEST. Press the remote control Menu arrow to engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the left and right RCA inputs
labeled 1 to all RCA analog outputs.
Gain Test (GAIN):
1. Apply a 997Hz signal @ +4Vrms to the RV-8 left RCA analog input 1.
2. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure +8Vrms signal level.
3. Turn all the filters off on the Analyzer (Filter not required for this test).
4. Verify that the output level measurement from the RV-8 is between the range of +3.10Vrms and
+3.70Vrms. Note this level.
Total Harmonic Distortion Test (THD):
1. Adjust the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure 0.01% THD+N and turn off the low-pass or
audio band pass filter.
2. Verify that the THD+N measured on the Analyzer is less than 0.09%.
Frequency Response Test (FREQ):
1. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure a +4Vrms signal level.
2. Using the output level from step 4 of the Gain Test, set the Distortion Analyzer for a 0dB reference to
check frequency response of the RV-8.
3. Turn the filter on the Analyzer off.
4. Sweep the oscillator frequency from 10Hz to 40kHz.
5. Verify the signal levels are +0.10dBr to –0.8dBr (10Hz-20Hz), +0.10dBr to –0.25dBr (20Hz-20kHz),
and +0.10dBr to –0.8dBr (20kHz-40kHz) of reference level over the entire sweep. Note these levels.
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Signal to Noise Test (SNR):
1. Using the signal level from step 5 of the Frequency Response Test above, turn off the oscillator and
verify a noise level measurement <-102dBr.
2. This procedure should be repeated to test Analog Inputs 2 through 8. To do this, move the cable from
the output of the Low Distortion Oscillator to the next pair of inputs, and repeat the tests above to test
the remaining Main Zone RCA outputs.
Analog Audio Inputs to Amplifier Outputs Tests
This test will verify the specifications of the Analog RCA inputs to the amplifier outputs.
Setup:
1. Connect an audio cable between the output of the Low Distortion Oscillator and the RV-8 Left RCA
input 1.
2. Connect an audio cable between the front left amplifier output of the RV-8 and the input of the
Distortion Analyzer.
3. Using the Menu / arrows, scroll through the Diagnostic Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight AUDIO INPUT 1 TEST. Press the Menu arrow on the RV-8
remote control to engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the left and right RCA
inputs labeled 1 to all amplifier outputs.
Gain Test (GAIN):
1. Apply a 1kHz signal @ +1Vrms to the RV-8 Left RCA analog input 1.
2. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure +8Vrms signal level.
3. Turn all the filters off on the Analyzer (Filter not required for Gain Test).
4. Verify that the output level measurement from the RV-8 is between the range of +7.55Vrms and
+8.35Vrms. Note this level.
Total Harmonic Distortion Test (THD):
1. Adjust the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure 0.01% THD+N and turn off the low pass or
audio band pass filter.
2. Verify that the THD+N measured on the Analyzer is less than 0.05%.
Frequency Response Test (FREQ):
1. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure +1Vrms signal level.
2. Using the output level from step 4 of the Gain Test, set the Distortion Analyzer for a 0dB reference to
check frequency response of the RV-8.
3. Turn the filter on the Analyzer off.
4. Sweep the oscillator frequency from 10Hz to 100kHz.
5. Verify the signal levels are +0.10dBr to –0.5dBr (10/20Hz-20kHz), +0.10dBr to –0.2dBr (20Hz20kHz), +0.10dBr to –0.5dBr (40kHz), and +0.10dBr to –3.0dBr (100kHz) of reference level over the
entire sweep. Note these levels.
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Signal to Noise Test (SNR):
1. Using the signal levels from step 5 of the Frequency Response Test, turn off the oscillator and verify
a noise level measurement <-105dBr.
2. This procedure should be repeated to test analog inputs labeled 2 through 8. To do this, move the
cable from the output of the Low Distortion Oscillator to the next pair of inputs, and repeat the tests
above to test the remaining Main Zone RCA outputs. Repeat the above tests for the remaining Main
Zone amplifier outputs.
Digital Optical Input to Analog Output Test
This test will verify the specifications of the digital input and analog output circuitry.
Setup:
1. Connect a digital audio cable from the output of the Digital Function Generator to the S/PDIF optical
input 1 on the RV-8 rear panel.
2. Connect analog audio cable between the front left RCA output of the RV-8 and the input of the
Distortion Analyzer.
3. Using the Menu / arrows, scroll through the Diagnostic Menu and select the AUDIO I/O TESTS.
4. In the AUDIO I/O TEST menu, highlight S/PDIF INPUT OP1 TEST. Press the Menu arrow to
engage the test. The RV-8 is now set to route audio from the left and right RCA inputs labeled 1 to all
RCA analog outputs.
Gain Test (GAIN):
1. Apply a 997Hz signal @ + 0dBFS to the S/PDIF coaxial 1 input of the RV-8.
2. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure +8Vrms signal level.
3. Turn all the filters off on the Analyzer (Filter not required for Gain Test).
4. Verify that the output level measurement from the RV-8 is between the range of +3.28Vrms and
+3.63Vrms. Note this level.
Total Harmonic Distortion Test (THD):
1. Adjust the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure 0.01% THD+N and turn off the low pass or
audio band pass filter.
2. Verify that the THD+N measured on the Analyzer is less than 0.05%.
Frequency Response Test (FREQ):
1. Set the scale on the Distortion Analyzer to measure +1Vrms signal level.
2. Using the output level from step 4 of the Gain Test, set the Distortion Analyzer for a 0dB reference to
check frequency response of the RV-8.
3. Turn the filter on the Analyzer off.
4. Sweep the oscillator frequency from 10Hz to 100kHz.
5. Verify the signal levels are +0.10dBr to –0.5dBr (10/20Hz-20kHz), +0.10dBr to –0.2dBr (20Hz20kHz), +0.10dBr to –0.5dBr (40kHz), and +0.10dBr to –3.0dBr (100kHz) of reference level over the
entire sweep.
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Signal to Noise Test (SNR):
1. Using the signal levels from step 5 of the Frequency Response Test, turn off the oscillator and verify
a noise level measurement <-105dBr.
2. This procedure should be repeated to test Analog Inputs labeled 2 through 8. To do this, move the
cable from the output of the Low Distortion Oscillator to the next pair of inputs, and repeat the tests
above to test the remaining Main Zone RCA outputs. Repeat the above tests for the remaining Main
Zone amplifier outputs.
VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT TESTS
These tests will verify that all thirteen video inputs and ten video outputs pass video. There are three
different video paths to be tested in the RV-8: composite, S-video, and component. Composite paths
have five inputs and five outputs. S-video paths have five inputs and four outputs. Component paths have
three inputs and one output. The following tests will verify that the RV-8 is passing clear, undistorted
video. It is not necessary to enter the Extended Diagnostics as was done in the Audio tests.
Composite Video Input to Composite Video Outputs Test
This test will verify the composite video switching function of the RV-8.
Setup:
1. Connect the composite video output from the DVD player to the RV-8’s composite video input 1.
2. Connect the first main composite output of the RV-8 to the composite input of the video monitor.
3. Turn on the DVD player, monitor, and the RV-8.
4. The monitor should display a blue screen.
5. Press the remote control MAIN button, then press the DVD1 button to select DVD1 as the input for
testing the video paths.
6. Press the Menu arrow to display the Main Menu.
7. Using the Menu arrow button, scroll down to SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to select the
SETUP menu.
8. The SETUP Menu will appear with INPUTS highlighted.
9. Press the Menu arrow again to open the INPUT SETUP menu.
10. DVD1 will be highlighted.
11. Press the Menu arrow. The DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu will now be displayed.
12. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the VIDEO IN parameter. Select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
13. The DVD1 VIDEO IN menu will open and COMPOSITE-1 will be highlighted.
14. Press the Menu arrow to select COMPOSITE-1. This will assign the composite -1 video input to
the main composite output of the RV-8.
15. Press the Menu arrow three times to exit to the SETUP menu.
16. Using the Menu down arrow, scroll down to the DISPLAYS parameter and select it by pressing the
Menu arrow.
17. The DISPLAY SETUP menu will open with the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY parameter highlighted. Select
it by pressing the Menu arrow. The ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu will open with the STATUS
parameter highlighted.
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18. Select the STATUS parameter by pressing the Menu arrow and change the value of the parameter
to “ALWAYS OFF.”
19. Press the Menu arrow to exit the menu structure.
20. The video path is now set for testing.
Test:
1. Load a disc into the DVD player and press play.
2. Verify a clean undistorted picture appears on the monitor.
3. Pause the DVD player.
4. To test the four remaining composite outputs (the other Main Zone output, the Zone 2 outputs and the
Zone 3 output), switch the composite output cable on the back of the RV-8 to the next main
composite video output connector and press Play on the DVD player.
5. Repeat the above procedure for the two Zone 2 composite video outputs.
6. To test the remaining composite inputs (2 through 5), reconnect the composite output cable to the
first main composite output.
7. In steps 13 and 14 of the above Setup procedure, change the VIDEO IN parameter from
COMPOSITE-1 to COMPOSITE-2. Repeat steps 1 to 3 of this test procedure.
8. Repeat step 7 above to test the remaining RV-8 composite inputs (3 through 5).
S-video Inputs to S-video Outputs Test
This test will verify the S-video switching function of the RV-8.
Setup:
1. Connect the S-video output from the DVD player to the RV-8 S-video input 1.
2. Connect the first main S-video output of the RV-8 to the S-video input of the video monitor.
3. Turn on the DVD player, monitor, and the RV-8.
4. The monitor should display a blue screen.
5. On the RV-8 remote control, press the MAIN button, then press the DVD1 button to select DVD1 as
the input for testing the video paths.
6. Press the remote Menu arrow to display the Main Menu.
7. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to select the SETUP
menu.
8. The SETUP menu will appear with INPUTS highlighted.
9. Press the Menu right arrow again to open the INPUT SETUP menu.
10. DVD1 will be highlighted.
11. Press the Menu arrow. The DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu will now be displayed.
12. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the VIDEO IN parameter. Select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
13. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to S-VIDEO-1.
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14. Press the Menu arrow to select S-VIDEO-1. This will assign the S-video-1 video input to the Main
S-video output of the RV-8.
15. Press the Menu arrow three times to exit to the SETUP menu.
16. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to the DISPLAYS parameter and select it by pressing the Menu
arrow.
17. The DISPLAY SETUP menu will open with the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY parameter highlighted. Select
it by pressing the Menu arrow. The ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu will open with the STATUS
parameter highlighted.
18. Select the STATUS parameter by pressing the Menu arrow and change the value of the parameter
to “ALWAYS OFF.” Press the Menu arrow to exit the menu structure.
19. The video path is now set for testing.
Test:
1. Load a disc into the DVD player and press play.
2. Verify a clean undistorted picture appears on the monitor.
3. Pause the DVD player.
4. To test the three remaining S-video outputs (other Main Zone output and the Zone 2 outputs), switch
the S-video monitor output cable on the back of the RV-8 to the next main S-video output connector
and press play on the DVD player.
5. Repeat the above procedure for the two Zone 2 S-video outputs.
6. To test the remaining S-video inputs (2 through 5), reconnect the S-video output cable to the first
main S-video output.
7. In steps 13 and 14 of the above Setup procedure, change the VIDEO IN parameter from S-VIDEO-1
to S-VIDEO-2. Repeat steps 1 to 3 of this test procedure.
8. Repeat Step 7 above to test the remaining RV-8 S-video inputs (3 through 5).
Component Video Input to Component Video Output Test
This test will verify the component video switching function of the RV-8.
Setup:
1. Connect the component video output from the DVD player to the RV-8 component video input 1.
2. Connect the RV-8 main component video output to the component video input of the video monitor.
3. Turn on the DVD player, monitor, and the RV-8.
4. The monitor should display a blue screen.
5. On the RV-8 remote control, press the MAIN button, then press the DVD1 button to select DVD1 as
the input for testing the video paths.
6. Press the Menu arrow on the RV-8 remote control to display the Main Menu.
7. Using the Menu arrow on the remote, scroll down to SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to select
the SETUP menu.
8. The SETUP Menu will appear with INPUTS highlighted.
9. Press the Menu arrow again to open the INPUT SETUP menu.
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10. DVD1 will be highlighted.
11. Press the Menu arrow. The DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu will now be displayed.
12. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the COMPONENT IN parameter. Select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
13. The DVD1 COMPONENT IN menu will be displayed with the COMPONENT-1 parameter highlighted.
14. Press the Menu arrow to select this video input. This will assign the RV-8 component 1 video input
to the main component video output.
15. Press Menu arrow three times to exit to the SETUP menu.
16. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to the DISPLAYS parameter and select it by pressing the Menu
right arrow.
17. The DISPLAY SETUP menu will open with the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY parameter highlighted. Select
it by pressing the Menu arrow.
18. The ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu will open with the STATUS parameter highlighted. Select the
STATUS parameter by pressing the Menu arrow and change the value of the parameter to
“ALWAYS OFF”. Press the Menu arrow to exit the menu structure.
19. The video path is now set for testing.
Test:
1. Load a disc into the DVD player and press play.
2. Verify a clean undistorted picture appears on the monitor.
3. Pause the DVD player.
4. In steps 13 and 14 of the above Setup procedure, change the COMPONENT IN parameter from
COMPONENT-1 to COMPONENT-2. Repeat steps 1 to 3 of this test procedure.
5. Repeat step 4 above to test the remaining RV-8 component inputs.
Composite Video Input to Component Video Output Test
This test will verify the Video Up-Conversion functionality of the RV-8.
Setup:
1. Connect the composite video output from the DVD player to the RV-8’s composite video input 1.
2. Connect the RV-8 main component video output to the component video input of the video monitor.
3. Turn on the DVD player, monitor, and the RV-8.
4. The monitor should display a blue screen.
5. On the RV-8 remote control, press the MAIN button, then press the DVD1 button to select DVD1 as
the input for testing the video paths.
6. Press the remote control Menu arrow to display the Main Menu.
7. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to SETUP. Press the Menu right arrow to select the SETUP
menu.
8. The SETUP menu will appear with INPUTS highlighted.
9. Press the Menu arrow again to open the INPUT SETUP menu.
10. DVD1 will be highlighted.
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11. Press the Menu arrow. The DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu will now be displayed.
12. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the VIDEO IN parameter and select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
13. The DVD1 VIDEO IN menu will be displayed. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the COMPOSITE-1
parameter and select it by pressing the Menu arrow. Press the Menu arrow to exit the DVD1
VIDEO IN menu.
14. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the COMPONENT IN parameter. Select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
15. The DVD1 COMPONENT IN menu will be displayed.
16. Using the Menu arrow, highlight the VIDEO parameter and press the Menu arrow to select it.
This will set the RV-8 to up-convert composite and S-video inputs to component video.
17. Press the Menu arrow three times to exit to the SETUP menu.
18. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to the DISPLAYS parameter and select it by pressing the Menu
arrow.
19. The DISPLAY SETUP menu will open with the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY parameter highlighted. Select
it by pressing the Menu arrow.
20. The ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu will open with the STATUS parameter highlighted. Select the
STATUS parameter by pressing the Menu arrow and change the value of the parameter to
“ALWAYS OFF.”
21. Press the Menu arrow to exit the menu structure.
22. The video path is now set for testing.
Test:
1. Load a disc into the DVD player and press Play.
2. Verify a clean undistorted picture appears on the monitor.
S-video Input to Component Video Output Test
This test will verify the Video Up-Conversion functionality of the RV-8.
Setup:
1. Connect the S-video output from the DVD player to the RV-8’s S-video input 1.
2. Connect the RV-8 main component video output to the component video input of the video monitor.
3. Turn on the DVD player, monitor, and the RV-8.
4. The monitor should display a blue screen.
5. On the RV-8 remote control, press the MAIN button, then press the DVD1 button to select DVD1 as
the input for testing the video paths.
6. Press the remote control Menu arrow to display the Main Menu.
7. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to SETUP. Press the Menu arrow to select the SETUP
menu.
8. The SETUP Menu will appear with INPUTS highlighted.
9. Press the Menu arrow again to open the INPUT SETUP menu.
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10. DVD1 will be highlighted.
11. Press the Menu arrow. The DVD1 INPUT SETUP menu will now be displayed.
12. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the VIDEO IN parameter and select it by pressing the menu arrow.
13. The DVD1 VIDEO IN menu will be displayed. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the S-VIDEO-1
parameter and select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
14. Press the Menu arrow to exit the DVD1 VIDEO IN menu.
15. Using the Menu arrow, scroll to the COMPONENT IN parameter. Select it by pressing the Menu arrow.
16. The DVD1 COMPONENT IN menu will be displayed.
17. Using the Menu arrow, highlight the VIDEO parameter and press the Menu arrow to select it.
This will set the RV-8 to up-convert composite and S-video inputs to component video.
18. Press the Menu arrow three times to exit to the SETUP menu.
19. Using the Menu arrow, scroll down to the DISPLAYS parameter and select it by pressing the Menu
arrow.
20. The DISPLAY SETUP menu will open with the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY parameter highlighted. Select
it by pressing the Menu arrow.
21. The ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu will open with the STATUS parameter highlighted. Select the
STATUS parameter by pressing the Menu arrow and change the value of the parameter to
“ALWAYS OFF.”
22. Press the Menu arrow to exit the menu structure.
23. The video path is now set for testing.
Test:
1. Load a disc into the DVD player and press play.
2. Verify a clean undistorted picture appears on the monitor.
Making The Bias Voltage Adjustment
WARNING
Dangerous voltages capable of causing death are present in this unit. Use extreme
caution when handling, testing, or adjusting.
The bias voltage adjustment should only be performed while the amplifier module is at room temperature
(25°C). The amplifier module must have power applied for at least one minute before the bias adjustment
is performed.
If the amplifier is hot from prior testing, it should be set aside until it has cooled before continuing. Use
caution and follow checkout procedures carefully to ensure correct results.
Note:
It is recommended to use test clips when measuring voltages across pins.
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Note:
During this procedure all tests are performed with NO INPUT SIGNAL applied to the amplifier inputs and
with NO RESISTIVE LOAD connected to the amplifier outputs.
Bias Adjustment On The 4 Channel Module:
Channel # 1
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 1 & 2 of P11.
2. Adjust R84 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Channel # 2
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 5 & 6 of P11.
2. Adjust R168 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Channel # 3
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 1 & 2 of P12.
2. Adjust R252 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Channel # 4
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 5 & 6 of P11.
2. Adjust R336 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Bias Adjustment On The 3 Channel Module:
Note:
The reference designators on the 3 Channel Module are identical to the 4 Channel Module, except
Channel #1 is eliminated.
Channel # 2
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 5 & 6 of P11.
2. Adjust R168 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Channel # 3
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 1 & 2 of P12.
2. Adjust R252 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
Channel # 4
1. Measure the DC voltage across pins 5 & 6 of P11.
2. Adjust R336 until the voltage measured is 350mV, +/-12mV (338mV–362mV).
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LEXICON AUDIO PRECISION ATE SUMMARY
This chart represents a summary of Audio Precision test settings and parameters used by Lexicon in
production testing of all RV-8 products. The ATE chart and ATE summary are provided as a reference
and supplement of bench test settings found in the rest of the Performance Verification chapter. The
Audio ATE Test Chart is located on the next page.
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A-D Tests
Test Name
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_COAX_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_ZONE2_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_ZONE2_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
Analog Generator
See
Note:
010-15834
Digital Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
2
2
2
2
2
14
14
14
14
14
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
3
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
4
4
4
4
4
16
16
16
16
16
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
6
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
18
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
7
7
7
7
7
19
19
19
19
19
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20/20-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.40
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-86.00
-107.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
8
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
20
20
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
997
997
None
None
None
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBFS
dBFS
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.40
<-99.00
-107.00
+0.00
-88.00
-104.00
-1.10
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
48000
48000
48000
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
997
997
None
None
None
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBFS
dBFS
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.40
<-99.00
-107.00
+0.00
-88.00
-104.00
-1.10
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
44100
44100
44100
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
50.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 uVrms
997
20-20k
20-20k
15k
997
None
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
%
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-37.40
+0.00
<0.01
<-75.00
-106.00
-36.40
+1.00
-0.02
-70.00
-100.00
-38.40
-1.00
0.0002
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
100 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
100Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
997
20-20k
997
None
None
None
40
40
40
Bal
Bal
Bal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N Ampl
-26.25
0.00
>0.25
-25.75
+0.10
0.50
-26.75
-0.20
0.0005
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
9
9
9
21
21
21
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
2
2
2
2
2
14
14
14
14
14
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
3
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
RELEASED COPY
Page 1 of 6
AUG 25 2004
TEST PROC, ATE, RV8
RV8 AUDIO ATE TEST SUMMARY
A-D Tests
Test Name
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN6_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_48K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO75_IN_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_FRONT_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_FRONT_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN4_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_FREQ
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_CENTER_LFE_IN7_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_XTALK
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_DYNRNG
ANLG_SIDE_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K
ANLG_SIDE_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_GAIN
ANLG_SIDE_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_FREQ
ANLG_SIDE_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_THD
ANLG_SIDE_IN8_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_44K_DYNRNG
ANLG_SIDE_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K
ANLG_SIDE_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_GAIN
ANLG_SIDE_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_FREQ
ANLG_SIDE_MIC_IN1&2_TO_DIG_ZONE2_OPT_OUT_96K_THD
Analog Generator
See
Note:
010-15834
Digital Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
4
4
4
4
4
16
16
16
16
16
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
6
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
18
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
7
7
7
7
7
19
19
19
19
19
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
8
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
20
20
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
997
997
None
None
None
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBFS
dBFS
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.40
<-99.00
-107.00
+0.00
-88.00
-104.00
-1.10
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
48000
48000
48000
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
997
997
None
None
None
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBFS
dBFS
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.40
<-99.00
-107.00
+0.00
-88.00
-104.00
-1.10
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
1
1
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
44100
44100
44100
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
50.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
16.00 uVrms
997
20-20k
20-20k
15k
997
None
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
%
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-37.40
+0.00
<0.01
<-75.00
-106.00
-36.40
+1.00
-0.02
-70.00
-100.00
-38.40
-1.00
0.0002
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
100 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
100Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
997
20-20k
997
None
None
None
40
40
40
Bal
Bal
Bal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N Ampl
-26.25
0.00
>0.25
-25.75
+0.10
0.50
-26.75
-0.20
0.0005
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
9
9
9
21
21
21
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
4
4
4
4
4
16
16
16
16
16
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20k
20-1k/5k-40k
997
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
7
7
7
7
19
19
19
19
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
44100
44100
44100
44100
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-40k
20-1k/5k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dB
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
<-115.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-80.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 mVrms
997
10-20k
20-1k/5k-40k
997
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N
THD+N
-0.38
-0.20/-0.00
<-98.00/-86.00
-108.00
+0.00
+0.10
-88.00/-75.00
-104.00
-1.10
-0.50/-0.25
-120.00
-130.00
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
Narrow
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
20
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
44100
44100
44100
44100
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
10.00 mVrms
997
20-20k
997
None
None
None
40
40
40
Bal
Bal
Bal
Float
Float
Float
dBFS
dBr
dBFS
Level
Level
THD+N Ampl
-26.25
0.00
>0.25
-25.75
+0.10
0.50
-26.75
-0.20
0.0005
n/a
n/a
n/a
<10 - Fs/2
<10 - Fs/2
<10Hz->20kHz LP
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
9
9
9
21
21
21
Internal
Internal
Internal
96000
96000
96000
Analog
Analog
Analog
Page 2 of 6
TEST PROC, ATE, RV8
RV8 AUDIO ATE TEST SUMMARY
D-A Tests
Test Name
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_FREQ
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_XTALK
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_CLKRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_FIX_OUT_CLKRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_FREQ
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_XTALK
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_CLKRNG
DIG_ZONE2_COAX2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_COAX4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_COAX4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_COAX4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_OPT2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_OPT2_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_OPT3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_OPT3_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_OPT4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_OPT4_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT_GAIN
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT_FREQ
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT_THD
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT_XTALK
DIG_ZONE2_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_VAR_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_GAIN
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_FREQ
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_THD
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_XTALK
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_96K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_CLKRNG
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_GAIN
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_THD
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_48K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_GAIN
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_THD
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_DYNRNG
DIG_MAIN_OPT1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_CLKRNG
Digital Generator
See
Note:
010-15834
Analog Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
1
1
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/1k-40k
15k
997
997
None
None
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
%
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
THD+N
+4.20
<-0.10/-.10
<.0025/.004
>-98.00
>-112.00
>-100.00
+4.50
+0.10
.005/.010
-75.00
-105.00
-86.00
+3.50
-0.25/-0.75
.0002
-150.00
-1000.00
-130.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
None
None
6
6
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
18
18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
External
External
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
95000-97000
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
997
997
997
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
dBr
Level
THD+N
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
>-112.00
+4.50
.005
-105.00
+3.500
.0002
-1000.00
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
6
6
6
18
18
18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
48000
48000
96000
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
997
997
997
997
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
dBr
%
Level
THD+N
THD+N
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
>-112.00
>-94.50
+4.50
.005
-105.00
-70.00
+3.500
.0002
-1000.00
-120.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
44100
44100
96000
43650-44550
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/1k-20k
15k
997
997
None
None
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
%
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
THD+N
+4.20
<-0.10/-.10
<.0025/.004
>-90.00
>-112.00
>-100.00
+4.50
+0.10
.005/.010
-86.00
-105.00
-86.00
+3.500
-0.25/-0.75
.0002
-130.00
-1000.00
-130.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
None
None
7
7
7
7
6
6
19
19
19
19
18
18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
External
External
44100
44100
44100
44100
96000
95000-97000
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
997
997
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<.002
+4.50
.005
+3.590
.0002
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
None
None
7
7
19
19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-12.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-60.00 dBFS
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/1k-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
+4.20
<-0.10/-.10
<.0025/.004
>-98.00
>-112.00
+4.50
+0.10
.005/.010
-75.00
-105.00
+3.590
-0.25/-0.75
.0002
-150.00
-1000.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
None
9
9
9
9
9
21
21
21
21
21
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
External
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-1.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-20k
15k
997
997
None
None
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
%
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
THD+N
+3.57
<-0.20/0.0/-0.20
<.002
>-85.00
>-109.00
>-100.00
+3.63
+0.10
.005
-70.00
-105.00
-86.00
+3.28
-0.5/-0.2/-0.75
.0002
-150.00
-1000.00
-130.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
None
None
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1
13-18
13-18
13-18
13-18
13-18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
External
External
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
95000-97000
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
997
20-20k
997
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
dBr
Level
THD+N
THD+N
+3.57
<.002
>-109.00
+3.63
.005
-105.00
+3.28
.0002
-1000.00
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
1-6
1-6
1-6
13-18
13-18
13-18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
48000
48000
48000
Digital
Digital
Digital
1
1
1
1
+0.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
+0.00 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
-61.20 dBFS
-10.00 dBFS
997
20-20k
997
997
None
None
None
None
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vrms
%
dBr
%
Level
THD+N
THD+N
THD+N
+3.57
<.002
>-109.00
>-96.00
+3.63
.005
-105.00
-86.00
+3.28
.0002
-1000.00
-130.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
<10 - 22k
None
None
None
None
1-6
1-6
1-6
1
13-18
13-18
13-18
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
External
External
External
External
44100
44100
44100
43650-44550
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Page 3 of 6
TEST PROC, ATE, RV8
RV8 AUDIO ATE TEST SUMMARY
Analog Generator
A-A Tests
Test Name
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_VAR_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_FIX_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN2_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN3_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN4_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN6_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN7_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN8_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_VAR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_SNR
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_VC_MUTE
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_FRONT_IN1_TO_ANLG_MAIN_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
See
Note:
010-15834
Analog Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-85.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
7
7
7
7
7
19
19
19
19
19
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
>-115.00
-108.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
7
19
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
>-115.00
-108.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
7
19
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
+3.80
+4.17
+3.40
100k
<10 - >500k
None
6
18
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
>-115.00
-108.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
6
18
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
997
20-50/50-20k
20-20k
15k
997
None
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+.260
<-0.10
<..015
>-80.00
>-76.00
+.300
-0.50/+0.50
.020
-70.00
-72.00
+.220
-1.50/-0.50
.001
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
100 - >22k
<10 - >22k
100 - >500k
None
None
None
None
None
6
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
18
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
2
2
2
2
2
14
14
14
14
14
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
3
3
3
3
3
14
14
14
14
14
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
4
4
4
4
4
16
16
16
16
16
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
6
6
6
6
6
18
18
18
18
18
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
7
7
7
7
7
19
19
19
19
19
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20k/20k-40k
20-1k/5-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.80
<-0.10
<.003
>-95.00
<-110.00
+4.17
+0.10
.005
-75.00
-105.00
+3.40
-0.25/-0.75
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
8
8
8
8
8
20
20
20
20
20
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
>-110.00
-108.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
5
17
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
-115.00
-108.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
5
17
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
OFF
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
OFF
997
20-50/50-20k
20-20k
15k
997
None
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+0.260
<-0.10
<..015
>-80.00
>-76.00
+0.300
-0.50/+0.50
.020
-70.00
-72.00
+0.220
-1.50/-0.50
.001
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
100 - >22k
<10 - >22k
100 - >500k
None
None
None
None
None
5
5
5
5
5
17
17
17
17
17
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+3.40
<-0.05/0.0/-0.25
<.004
>-85.00
-106.00
+3.70
+0.10
.009
-75.00
-102.00
+3.10
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
13-16
13-16
13-16
13-16
13-16
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
>-34.00
-30.00
-45.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
1-4
13-16
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
-108.00
-102.00
1001.00
100k
<10 - 22k
None
1-4
13-16
1
13
Internal
n/a
Analog
Page 4 of 6
TEST PROC, ATE, RV8
RV8 AUDIO ATE TEST SUMMARY
Analog Generator
A-A Tests
Test Name
ANLG_MAIN_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT
ANLG_MAIN_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_MAIN_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_MAIN_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_THD
ANLG_MAIN_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_SNR
ANLG_MAIN_IN678_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT
ANLG_MAIN_IN678_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_MAIN_IN678_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_MAIN_IN678_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_THD
ANLG_MAIN_IN678_TO_ANLG_MAIN_DIR_OUT_SNR
See
Note:
010-15834
Analog Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
None
None
40kHz LP
None
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
3,4,5,5
3,4,5,5
3,4,5,5
3,4,5,5
13,14,15,15
13,14,15,15
13,14,15,15
13,14,15,15
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
None
None
40kHz LP
None
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
13,14,15,16
6,7,8,8
6,7,8,8
6,7,8,8
6,7,8,8
19,20,21,21
19,20,21,21
19,20,21,21
19,20,21,21
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
100 - >22k
<10 - >22k
100 - >500k
None
None
None
None
None
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
+3.80
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
600
600
600
600
600
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
40kHz LP
None
None
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
3
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
+4.60
+0.10
.009
-70.00
-102.00
+4.14
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
600
600
600
600
600
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
40kHz LP
None
None
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
1
1
1
1
1
13
13
13
13
13
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
+4.36
<-0.45/0.0/-0.40
<.002
>-73.00
-112.00
+4.60
+0.10
.009
-70.00
-102.00
+4.14
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-150.00
-140.00
600
600
600
600
600
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
40kHz LP
None
None
11
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
23
3
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
-115.00
-105.00
1001.00
600
<10 - 22k
None
11
23
3
15
Internal
n/a
Analog
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
997
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
+3.50
<-0.05/0.0/-0.25
<.006
>-108.00
+3.68
+0.10
.009
-105.00
+3.32
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
997
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
+3.50
<-0.05/0.0/-0.25
<.006
>-108.00
+3.68
+0.10
.009
-105.00
+3.32
-0.8/-0.25/-0.8
.00005
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT_THD
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_PHONO_IN_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
1
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
OFF
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
4.70 mVrms
16.00 mVrms
OFF
997
20-50/50-20k
20-20k
15k
997
None
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
RIAA-PRE
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+0.442
<-0.10
<..015
>-80.00
>-76.00
+0.465
-0.50/+0.50
.020
-70.00
-72.00
+0.420
-1.50/-0.50
.001
-150.00
-140.00
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_FRONT_IN3_TO_ANLG_FRONT_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+4.00
<-0.35/0.0/-0.40
<.005
>-73.00
-112.00
+4.20
+0.10
.009
-70.00
-102.00
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+4.36
<-0.45/0.0/-0.40
<.002
>-73.00
-112.00
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
1
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
4.00 Vrms
2.00 Vrms
3.80 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
OFF
997
10-20/20-20k/20k-40k
20-40k
15k
997
None
None
None
None
None
20
20
20
20
20
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
ANLG_ZONE3_IN1_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_HEADPHONE_OUT_RELAY_MUTE
1
4.00 Vrms
4.00 Vrms
997
None
20
Unbal
Float
Vrms
Level
Gnd/
Float
Level
Analog Generator
A-A FM Tuner Tests
Analog Analyzer
Switcher Module
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
1
1
1
1
150 mVrms
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
150 mVrms
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
997
50-2k/2k-16k
50-16k
997
None
75US-PRE
75US-PRE
None
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
+1.73
0.00/-1.75
>0.80
-55.00
+1.94
+0.50
2.25
-50.00
+1.52
0.50/-2.00
0.10
-60.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
A-Wtg
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
12
12
12
12
24
24
24
24
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_ZONE3_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
150 mVrms
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
150 mVrms
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
997
50-2k/2k-16k
50-16k
997
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
+1.73
0.00/-1.75
>0.80
-55.00
+1.94
+0.50
2.25
-50.00
+1.52
0.50/-2.00
0.10
-60.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
A-Wtg
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
12
12
12
12
24
24
24
24
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
1
1
1
1
150 mVrms
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
100 mVrms
150 mVrms
OFF
997
50-2k/2k-16k
50-16k
997
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
+1.55
0.00/-1.75
>0.80
-55.00
+1.74
+0.50
2.25
-50.00
+1.36
0.50/-2.00
0.10
-60.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
A-Wtg
11
11
11
11
23
23
23
23
12
12
12
12
24
24
24
24
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
Level
Level
THD+N
+1.285
0.0/-4.0/-25.0
>0.46
+1.35
+1.0/-2.0/-21.0
3.16
+1.20
-1.5/-6.0/-35.0
0.10
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >500k
None
None
None
11
11
11
23
23
23
12
12
12
24
24
24
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Test Name
ANLG_ZONE2_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_TUNER_FM98_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_SNR
See
Note:
Analog Generator
A-A AM Tuner Tests
Test Name
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_AM1050_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_AM1050_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_AM1050_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_FRONT_TUNER_AM1050_TO_ANLG_FRONT_DIR_HEADPHONE_OUT_THD
See
Note:
1
1
1
Analog Analyzer
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
OFF
150 mVrms
400 mVrms
150 mVrms
150 mVrms
400 mVrms
997
50-1k/1k-2.3k/2/3k-5k
1k
None
None
None
Page 5 of 6
Switcher Module
TEST PROC, ATE, RV8
RV8 AUDIO ATE TEST SUMMARY
Analog Generator
A-A Amplifier Tests
Test Name
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_THD
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_SIDE_IN5_TO_ANLG_REAR_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_SNR
See
Note:
010-15834
Analog Analyzer
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Switcher Module
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Filter
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
2
2
2
2
2
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1k
10/20-20k/40k/100k
20 - 20k
20 - 20k
997
None
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+7.95
-.03/0/-.02/-2.5
< 0.0010
<-65.00
-107.00
+8.35
+0.10
0.05
-50.00
-105.00
+7.55
-.5/-.2/-.5/-3.0
0.0001
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
None
A-Wtg
7
7
7
7
7
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE2_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE2_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_SNR
2
2
2
2
2
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1k
10/20-20k/40k/100k
20 - 20k
20 - 20k
997
None
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+7.95
-.03/0/-.02/-2.5
< 0.0010
<-65.00
-107.00
+8.35
+0.10
0.05
-50.00
-105.00
+7.55
-.5/-.2/-.5/-3.0
0.0001
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
None
A-Wtg
7
7
7
7
7
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_THD
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_ZONE3_IN5_TO_ANLG_ZONE3_DIR_AMP3&7_OUT_SNR
2
2
2
2
2
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1k
10/20-20k/40k/100k
20 - 20k
20 - 20k
997
None
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dB
dBr
Level
Level
THD+N
Level
Level
+7.95
-.03/0/-.02/-2.5
< 0.0010
<-65.00
-107.00
+8.35
+0.10
0.05
-50.00
-105.00
+7.55
-.5/-.2/-.5/-3.0
0.0001
-150.00
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >500k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
None
A-Wtg
7
7
7
7
7
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_GAIN
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_FREQ
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_SMPTE_IMD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_SNR
2
2
2
2
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
OFF
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.20 Vrms
OFF
1k
10/20-20k/40k/100k
7k / 60
997
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Vrms
dBr
%
dBr
Level
Level
SMPTE
Level
+7.95
-.03/0/-.02/-2.5
0.0018
-107.00
+8.35
+0.10
0.030
-105.00
+7.55
-.5/-.2/-.5/-3.0
0.0001
-140.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >500k
n/a
22 - >22k
None
None
None
A-Wtg
5,1,4,6,2,7,3
5,1,4,6,2,7,3
5,1,4,6,2,7,3
5,1,4,6,2,7,3
0
0
0
0
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
0
0
0
0
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP2_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP3_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP4_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP5_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP6_OUT_XTALK
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP7_OUT_XTALK
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1.00 Vrms
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
1k, 20k
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
<-58.00
<-58.00
<-58.00
<-58.00
<-58.00
<-58.00
<-58.00
-55.00
-55.00
-55.00
-55.00
-55.00
-55.00
-55.00
-150.00
-150.00
-150.00
-150.00
-150.00
-150.00
-150.00
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
<10 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
2,3,4
1,3,4
1,2,4
1,2,3
6,7
5,7
5,6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
6
6
3
1
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
W
%
W
%
W
%
W
%
W
%
W
%
W
%
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
Level
THD+N
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
> 140.50
< 0.010
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
180.00
0.020
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
140.00
0.0001
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
100k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
6
6
6
6
3
3
1
1
5
5
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
2
2
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
+0.75 - +1.00
1k
1k
None
None
600
600
Unbal
Unbal
Float
Float
W
%
Level
THD+N
> 140.50
< 0.02
180.00
0.050
140.00
0.0001
100k
100k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
None
None
1
1
0
0
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
1,2,3,5,6,5,6
0
0
Internal
Internal
n/a
n/a
Analog
Analog
Z-out
Bal/
Unbal
Gnd/
Float
Level
Measure
Typical
Reading
Upper
Limit
Lower
Limit
Imp.
Bandwidth
Freq
A In
B In
A Out
B Out
Clock
Source
Sample
Rate
Audio
Source
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
dBV
dBV
dBV
A/D Level
A/D Level
A/D Level
-90.00
-91.00
-92.00
-87.00
-88.00
-92.00
107.00
107.00
107.00
100k
100k
100k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
22 - >22k
5512
5512
5512
5
6
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
External
External
External
44100
44100
44100
Digital
Digital
Digital
Frequency
(MHz)
1.050
97.900
Pre-Emph
(75µS)
n/a
OFF
Amplitude
(dBµ)
60.0
60.0
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP2_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP3_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP4_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP5_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP6_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP7_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP_OUT_PWR_VS_THD
ANLG_MAIN_DIR_IN345_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP1-7_OUT_POWER_VS_THD
Digital Generator (fftgen)
D-A Amplifier Tests
Test Name
DIG_MAIN_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP567_OUT_NOISE
DIG_MAIN_COAX1_IN_44K_TO_ANLG_MAIN_AMP567_OUT_NOISE
NOTES
1. Tests are performed using the Audio Precision System Two Cascade
2. Tests are performed using the Audio Precision System One
See
Note:
Digital Analyzer (Spectrum analyzer)
Left
Right
Freq (Hz)
EQ Curve
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1k
1k
1k
None
None
None
AMPLIFIER
Input Source:
Main DIR IN3 Left
Main DIR IN3 Right
Main DIR IN4 Left
Main DIR IN5 Left
Main DIR IN5 Right
Main DIR IN5 Left
Main DIR IN5 Right
CONFIGURATION
Output Channel:
Front Left (#5)
Front Right (#1)
Center (#4)
Side Left (#6)
Side Right (#2)
Rear Left (#7)
Rear Right (#3)
FM SIGNAL GENERATOR CONFIGURATION
Ext Mod Input
Modulation
Left
Right
FM
AM
FM (kHz)
n/a
EXT
OFF
ON
n/a
EXT
EXT
ON
OFF
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CHAPTER 5 – TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter contains a complete description of the diagnostic tests for the RV-8. The diagnostics in the
RV-8 are used to verify functionality of the unit and to aid in troubleshooting defective units. Familiarity is
assumed with the RV-8 structure, all applicable assembly drawings, FAT process, and Audio ATE
processes.
DIAGNOSTIC CATEGORIES
There are two types of diagnostics in the RV-8: power-on and extended. The entire set of power-on
diagnostics is executed every time a unit is powered on using the rear panel power switch. The power-on
diagnostic tests can be run individually in the extended diagnostics. The extended diagnostics contain the
tests that are used to verify functionality and to aid in troubleshooting. The extended diagnostics also
contain additional tests used to verify all the front panel controls, infrared communications, audio and
video performance, etc. The troubleshooting or repair diagnostics are utilized to troubleshoot an RV-8 if
any test fails.
POWER-ON MODES
There are two power-on modes available: power on via the rear panel power switch, and by bringing the
RV-8 out of standby mode. The power-on diagnostics are executed every time the rear panel power
switch is switched on. When an RV-8 is in normal operating mode, pressing the front panel standby
button or the remote control (SYSTEM) OFF button will put the unit into a low power/standby mode. When
the RV-8 is in standby mode, pressing any of the front panel or remote control Main, Zone 2 or Zone 3
input select buttons, and/or pressing the front panel standby button or the remote control POWER button
will bring the RV-8 out of standby mode. No diagnostics are run when the unit is brought out of standby.
DIAGNOSTICS USER INTERFACE
Various combinations of button pushes are used to control diagnostic activity. The table below
summarizes the options available, followed by more detailed descriptions.
Action
Buttons to be Held
Enter Diagnostics
ZONE2 DVD2 & ZONE3 DVD2
Restore Defaults
MODE RIGHT
Waiting For Download
MODE RIGHT & ZONE2 DVD2 & ZONE3 DVD2
To enter extended diagnostics via front panel:
1. Press and hold the front panel ZONE2 DVD2 and ZONE3 DVD2 buttons when powering on a RV-8.
2. Continue to hold both buttons until the “DIAGS MENU” appears on the front panel display.
This operation normally takes approximately thirty seconds to complete.
To enter extended diagnostics via serial debug port:
Type “debug” when connected to the serial port to access the debug program (The debug program is
case sensitive). In addition, the extended diagnostics can also be entered by sending “ed”, (stands for
extended diagnostics), to the unit via the serial debug port during the first ten seconds after powering on
the unit. For more information, see the section on the Serial Debug program.
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To restore factory default settings:
1. Press and hold the front panel Mode button while powering on the RV-8 to restore the factory
default settings.
2. Continue to hold both buttons until the unit has restarted and the amplifier status LEDs have turned
on.
This operation normally takes approximately forty-five seconds to complete.
To enter the Download mode:
1. Press and hold the front panel Mode , ZONE2 DVD2 and ZONE3 DVD2 buttons when powering on
a RV-8 to put the unit into the mode used for downloading the software application.
2.
Continue to hold both buttons until “WAITING FOR DOWNLOAD" appears on the front panel display.
This operation normally takes approximately twenty-five seconds to complete.
DIAGNOSTIC REPORTING
All diagnostic functionality is reported to the Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD). They report on what test
is being executed, and if the test passed or failed.
Diagnostic status and data is also available on an external PC or a terminal, via the serial debug port
located at the D9 connector labeled RS 232 on the rear panel of the RV-8. In the event a diagnostic
failure occurs for those diagnostic tests that report additional failure information, such as data sent, data
received, address location, etc., can be viewed on the VFD display, or it can be sent to the serial debug
port.
Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD)
The VFD is the primary source of information during diagnostics. The exact display information will
depend on the test(s) being executed. When an individual diagnostic test is executed, the VFD will
display the name of that test. Groups of tests, such as the power-on diagnostics, have a generic message
on the top line of the VFD. For example, “DIAGNOSTIC TESTS” is on the VFD while the power-on
diagnostics are being run. An “E” followed by a number that indicates which test failed displays failure
messages.
Front Panel LEDs
The front panel LEDs for the Main input select buttons are also used to display the diagnostic test
number. The LEDs are used in binary format with the Main Tuner LED as the LSB and the Main DVD2
LED as the MSB as shown in the table below:
Test Number:
Main LED:
BIT:
Phono
Tuner
CD
TV
VCR
Sat
DVD2
DVD1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Running test number 1 would illuminate the Main Phono LED only with all the others off. Running test
number 3 would illuminate the Main Phono LED and Main Tuner LEDs only with all others off, etc. If a
failure occurs, the front panel LEDs indicating the test number that was running when the failure occurred
will also continue to be illuminated.
The diagnostics will attempt to continuously execute the failed test, a test loop, to keep the signal lines
active as an aid in debugging the failure.
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Serial Debug Port
The Serial Debug Port is available to provide diagnostic status to be viewed on an external PC from the
D9 connector labeled RS232. Using a terminal or a PC running a terminal program, the progress of the
diagnostics can be monitored and test failure information is reported. The serial protocol is 19200bps, 8,
O, 1, (8 data bits, Odd Parity, 1 Stop Bit).
Serial Debug Cable
The cable required to connect the RS232 serial debug port to the computer is a straight-through serial
interface cable. A null modem adapter or cable should not be used. The RV-8 RS232 connector on the
rear panel is a D9 female; so one end of the serial cable must be a D9 male. The other connector on the
cable depends upon the RS232 connector used on the computer. The computer may have a D9 or a D25
male connector. Typically computers have a D9 for COM 1 and a D25 for COM 2. However, some newer
computers use a D9 for both COM 1 and COM 2. The COM port used on the computer does not matter,
however you must ensure that whatever serial communications program is being used has the correct
computer COM port selected.
Serial Debug Program
The serial debug program controls the communication from an RV-8 to a computer. This program allows
a user to view activity of the unit and to control and configure the unit for testing. The debug program is
used extensively to perform audio and video testing of a unit in the audio and video ATE programs.
Error Codes
The error codes for the diagnostic tests that report additional failure information consist of six parts as
described below:
“E## tXX aYYYYYY
wZZZZZZ rQQQQQQ”
E##: Failure Number
The E stands for error and the hexadecimal number after the E indicates test number from the list below.
tXX: Error Codes List
NO_ERROR
0x0
ADDR_FAILURE
0x1
DATA_FAILURE
0x2
TIMEOUT_FAILURE
0x3
COUNTER_FAILURE
0x4
NON_VOL_DATA_FAILURE
0x5
OPCODE_FAILURE
0x6
AVRX_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0x7
DAR_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0x8
AUDIO_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0x9
ANALOG_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0xA
VFD_TIME_OUT
0xB
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VFD_RAM_ERROR
0xC
TEST_INCOMPLETE
0xD
RS232_WRAP_FAILURE
0xE
SRAM_PREBURNIN_FAILURE
0x13
SRAM_BURN_IN_FAILURE
0x14
EPROM_CHKSUM_FROM_FLASH
0x15
DRAM_FAILURE
0x16
FIFO_ERROR_OVERRUN
0x17
PIC_SN_INVALID
0x18
FLASH_BURN_FAIL
0x19
FLASH_BURN_NO_ROOM_LEFT
0x1A
FLASH_BURN_NOT_FLASH_PART
0x1B
SHARC_TIMEOUT_REBOOT
0x1C
DSP_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0x1D
DEC_FPGA_ID_NO_MATCH
0x1E
DIAG_TEST_NOT_EXIST
0x20
THERMOSTAT_FAILURE
0x21
EXPANSION_BRD_FAILURE
0x22
ERROR_ID_BAD_VALUE
0x40
ERROR_PARAM_SEMA_CREATE
0x60
CS49400_NO_BOOT_START_MESSAGE
0x100
CS49400_NO_BOOT_SUCCESS_MESSAGE
0x101
CS49400_INIT_ERROR
0x102
CS49400_ERR_WRITE_TIMEOUT
0x103
CS49400_ERR_READ_TIMEOUT
0x104
CS49400_INTREQ_TIMEOUT
0x105
CS49400_AUTO_BOOT_FAILURE
0x106
CS49400_ENQ_MSG_FAILURE
0x107
CS49400_DEQ_MSG_FAILURE
0x108
CS49400_FINTREQ_TIMEOUT
0x109
CS49400_NO_APP_START_MESSAGE
0x110
CS49400_AB_SPI_TIMEOUT
0x111
CS49400_C_SPI_TIMEOUT
0x112
CS49400_HOST_BOOT_FAILURE
0x113
CS49400_FLASH_WRITE_TIMEOUT
0x114
CS49400_BAD_FLASH_DATA
0x115
CS49400_BAD_RESP_OPCODE
0x116
CS49400_FLASH_READ_TIMEOUT
0x117
CS49400_MASTER_BOOT_FAILURE
0x118
CS49400_BAD_FLASH_VERSION
0x119
CS49400_ERASED_FLASH
0x11A
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CS49400_CHECKSUM_FAIL
0x11B
CS8420_INIT_ERROR
0x200
CS8420_ISC_WR_TIMEOUT
0x201
CS8420_ISC_RD_TIMEOUT
0x202
CS8420_WRONG_VERSION
0x203
CS8420_WRONG_ID
0x204
These codes are used to interpret the diagnostic results from the Extended Diagnostic Repair Menu. The
Error code is 16-bits with the most significant byte always being 0x03.
The least significant byte is broken into bits as shown below:
(MSBit) B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 (LSBit)
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B7 - not used. Should always be 0.
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B6 - GPIO LED failure, 1 indicates that neither LED lit up from the test.
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B5 - Read Back Register Fail, 1 indicates the Read back register failed.
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B4 - Test Fail, 1 indicates the test failed, 0 indicates success.
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B3 - SHARC Test Completed. 1 indicates that the SHARC was able to finish executing the test.
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B2 - READ Time out, 1 means that Hitachi could not read back from the SHARC. 1 indicates time out.
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B1 - WRITE Time out, 1 is means there was a time out.
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B0 - SHARC processor id 0 is for Processor A and 1 for Processor B.
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Bits B2, B1 and B0 are read together. If a time out occurs then B2 or B1 will indicate what operation
caused the fault, B0 will indicate which processor failed, Processor A or B.
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Bit B3 is used to indicate whether the SHARC was able to run the code. If this bit is zero, the code
was not able to run; a 1 indicates the SHARC was able to run.
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Bit B4 indicates whether the test passed or failed. This bit is only valid if B3 is a 1.
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Bit B5 indicates that the read back register failed. There is a fault in the read back register circuitry if
this bit is a 1.
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Bit B6 indicates whether the circuitry around the SHARC LEDS failed. A 1 indicates a failure.
When the SHARC passes these tests, it will return a value of 0x0300.
aYYYYYY: Failing address location
The address (in hexadecimal) where the failure occurred.
wZZ: Value Written
The target value (in hexadecimal) that was written to the address where the failure occurred.
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rQQ: Value Read
The actual value (in hexadecimal) that was read from the address where the failure occurred.
POWER ON DIAGNOSTICS
As described earlier there are two power-on modes in the RV-8. You can power on via the rear panel
power switch or by bringing the RV-8 out of standby mode. Power-on diagnostics are executed every time
the rear panel power switch is switched on. Diagnostics are not run when the unit is brought out of
standby.
The power-on diagnostics take approximately fifty seconds to complete. The power-on diagnostics are
intended to verify basic hardware functionality of an RV-8. Additional diagnostic tests are available to
completely test the hardware, and for debugging failures.
Initially, an attempt is made to illuminate the VFD and front panel LEDs for approximately five seconds.
However, during the first four tests the VFD will not be considered functional due to it not being tested.
During these tests, Trap Op Code, SH Flash Checksum, SH DRAM, and VFD RAM, the unit will attempt
to use the standby LED to indicate if a failure occurs. As soon as these tests are completed the VFD will
display:
“DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
…
…”
The dots increment in number from both sides simultaneously, as the rest of the power-on diagnostic
tests are completed. This informs you that the unit is still functioning. The audio outputs (digital and
analog) will be muted during this sequence.
The following is a list of test explanations. The front panel display is shown only for the first test that can
use the VFD. The reference designators used are from Revision 5 Main Board 710-15550 used on BOM
023-15615. The schematics for the main board are 060-15559.
Trap Opcode
The Trap Opcode error occurs if during the initial boot sequence an undefined Opcode is fetched. The
INT/TRAP Control register can be used to determine the starting address of the undefined instruction. If
the trap error occurs, an attempt will be made to blink the standby LED using a rate of a single blink per
several seconds, and the test will attempt to enter a loop to exercise signal lines to aid in debugging.
SH Flash Checksum Test
The SH Flash Checksum test verifies U26 on the Main Board, has the correct program by adding up all
the values in memory and checking it against the value stored. The checksum is reported to the Serial
Debug Port. The test verifies that the calculated checksum matches the checksum value stored in the
flash. If an error occurs an attempt will be made to blink the standby LED using a rate of a two blinks per
several seconds, and the test will attempt to enter a loop to exercise signal lines to aid in debugging.
SH DRAM Test
The SH DRAM test performs write and read testing on the DRAM. The test uses patterns 0x00, 0xFFFF,
0x5555, and 0xAAAA. Once each location in the DRAM is verified, a walking 1s check is done to test
address buss integrity. If an error occurs, an attempt will be made to blink the STANDBY LED using a rate
of three blinks per several seconds, and the test will attempt to enter a loop to exercise signal lines to aid
in debugging.
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VFD Test
The VFD (vacuum fluorescent display) performs a busy test and a memory test. The busy test sends
information to the VFD and verifies that the VFD asserts then de-asserts its busy status. The VFD
memory test consists of writing 55h, AAh, a walking 1 and finally a 0 to the character generator memory
and display memory space of the VFD and reading them back. After the RV-8 has passed the VFD Test,
for the rest of the power on diagnostics, the VFD displays:
“DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
…
…”
The dots increment in number from both sides simultaneously, as the rest of the power-on diagnostic
tests are completed. This keeps you informed as to the functioning of the RV-8. If a failure occurs, the test
will attempt to enter a loop to exercise signal lines to aid in debugging.
Display for the Remaining Tests
If any of the following tests fail the VFD display and LED matrix will display the test and error fault, as
previously discussed. The VFD will display the test number and the error code. In the event that the VFD
is not operable, the same information will be written to the LED matrix. The test number will be read out
as in the top row. The error number can be read out in the second row (Most Significant Byte) and third
row (Least Significant Byte).
AVRX FPGA Test
The AVRX FPGA test verifies the ID register can be read from the XC2S200 on the main board. If a
failure occurs, the test will attempt to write the test number and the error number to the VFD.
CS49400 Test
This test verifies that the Crystal 49400 Decoder can communicate with the Host Hitachi processor
through the AVRX FPGA. If a failure occurs, the test will attempt to write the test number and the error
number to the VFD.
Power On Diagnostics Completed
After the power-on diagnostics are completed, the VFD will display the appropriate power up message:
“MANUFACTURER MODEL VX.XX
(c) 200X OPTIONS”
At this point the normal operating software takes over the functioning of the RV-8.
Debug Terminal Monitor Test (optional)
If the unit is not powering up correctly, monitor the boot sequence using a debug terminal monitor.
Test:
1. Power off the unit.
2. Connect a debug terminal monitor to the RV-8 RS232 serial port 2.
3. Power on the unit and monitor the boot sequence.
Note:
In order to see data on the debug port, use the following serial protocol:19200bps, 8, O, 1, (8 data bits,
Odd Parity, 1 Stop Bit).
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EXTENDED DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
The extended diagnostic tests are accessible by pressing and holding the ZONE2 DVD2 & ZONE3 DVD2
front panel buttons when powering on a RV-8. The audio outputs (analog and digital) are muted. When
the VFD on the unit displays “LEXICON,” the front panel buttons can be released. After the model banner
is briefly displayed on the VFD, the display will indicate:
“DIAGS MENU
FUNCTIONAL TESTS”
The extended diagnostics can also be entered via the serial debug port by first entering the debug
program. Typing “debug” when connected to the serial port accesses the debug program. The debug
program is case sensitive. In addition the extended diagnostics can be entered by sending “ed,” which
stands for extended diagnostics, to the unit via the serial debug port during the first ten seconds after
powering on the unit.
After extended diagnostics are entered, use the front panel encoder, Mode and Mode buttons to
navigate through the diagnostics. The front panel encoder is rotated to display the desired tests. The
Mode button is pressed to move down through the menu selections and to execute the desired
diagnostic test. The Mode button is used to move back through menu selections similar to an escape
button (Esc) on a computer keyboard.
Types of Diagnostic Tests
The extended diagnostic tests fall into two categories. The first category is for tests required to
functionally verify the RV-8. These tests are performed on every unit. These will be referred to as
Functional Diagnostic tests. The second category is for troubleshooting defective units. These tests are
only utilized if there is a failure. The troubleshooting tests can be used to help isolate the source of
failures so that units can be cost effectively fixed. These tests are referred to as Repair diagnostics.
Two groups of tests are executed for every RV-8. These are the Loop Tests and the Functional Test
Suite. The Loop Tests and the Functional suite comprise the automated sets of tests used to verify proper
operation of every unit. Each of the tests in these suites are run in order unless there is a failure. The
failing test will loop to allow the electrical signals to be active for troubleshooting. You can optionally
continue to run the other diagnostic tests in the suite. The Repair suite allows you to run particular tests
for troubleshooting.
User Interface
The user interface consists of a set of menus. The top menu is the "DIAGS MENU" and is shown in the
top line of the VFD display. To view the available menu items, turn the encoder knob in either direction
and the menu choices will appear in the second row. When the desired menu item is shown, press the
Mode button. This selects the menu item. If the item is another menu, the menu's title now appears in
the top line of the VFD and its menu items are in the second row. If a test is selected, the test name will
appear in the top line and the results or information to run the test will be on the second row. Once a test
is finished, or to get out of a menu, press the Mode button.
The group tests are the diagnostics, in which if a test passes, the diagnostics automatically execute the
next test. Group tests are the Power-On Diagnostics and the Functional Test suite. If one of the group
tests is selected, each test in the group is automatically run if the current test passes. Upon successful
completion of the group tests, the VFD will either display "Pass" or "Fail" and come out of the test group
to the menu, or it will continuously loop.
If a test fails, the VFD, and front panel LEDs, will attempt to indicate the failed test. The test will attempt to
loop to keep the signal lines active for debugging purposes. If an individual test is selected, it will
continuously run and report if it passes every time it successfully completes the test. If the test fails, it will
attempt to loop to keep the signal lines active for debugging purposes. In addition, test progress and
failure information is available via the serial debug port. Specific failure information will depend on the test
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being executed. Pressing and holding the Mode button returns the user to the top-level diagnostic
menu.
Repair Diagnostics Suite
The repair tests suite is the section where every diagnostic test can be executed individually. Additionally,
the repair test suite allows you to run any single diagnostic test infinitely. The encoder knob is used to
scroll through each diagnostic test. To run any particular test or to move into a sub-menu, use the Mode
button. To back out of a sub-menu or to return out of a test, use the Mode button.
Sub-menus can be used to partition off groups of tests that deal with a portion of the board. For example,
the SHARC tests and the Trigger tests can be placed in sub-menus. In the repair suite, the SHARC tests
will also include tests as outlined below.
SHARC WCLK
SHARC BOOT
PAIR 0
PAIR 1
SHARC SDRAM
PAIR 0
PAIR 1
SHARC WCLK
PAIR 0
PAIR 1
In the repair suite the ability to set each trigger on and off will be available.
SET TRIGGERS
Trigger 0 ON
Trigger 1 ON
Trigger 0 OFF
Trigger 1 OFF
The following diagnostic selections are available in the repair tests suite:
SH FLASH CHECKSUM
SH DRAM
AVRX FPGA VERIFY
RS232 WRAP TEST
SHARC TESTS
SHARC BOOT
PAIR 0/1
SHARC SDRAM
PAIR 0/1
SHARC WCLK
PAIR 0/1
CS49400 TESTS
BOOT TEST
SHOW FLASH VERSION
FLASH CHECKSUM TEST
LOAD FLASH
IR REMOTE
VFD MEMORY TEST
VFD CHAR TEST
VFD BLOCK TEST
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OSD CHAR TEST
PAGE: (0-11)
SWITCH TEST
LED TEST
ENCODER TEST
SET TRIGGERS
TRIGGER 0
TRIGGER: OFF/ON
TRIGGER 1
TRIGGER: OFF/ON
AMP RELAY TESTS
MAIN RELAY
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 1
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 2
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 3
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 4
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 5
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 6
RELAY: OFF/ON
CHANNEL 7
RELAY: OFF/ON
ALL RELAYS
RELAY: OFF/ON
SET FAN TEST
FAN SPEED: (0-3)
THERMOSTAT TEST
AMP: (1-7)
HEADPHN INSERTION
EXPANSION BRD TEST
DIG RCVR LOCK TEST
SHUT OFF HV AMP PWR
SET CONSTANT CYCLE
NORMAL OPERATION
The repair diagnostic tests that are the same as in the power-on diagnostic tests and functional diagnostic
tests are not described here.
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FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTICS DESCRIPTIONS
Diagnostic Tests
This section describes the RV-8 power-on and diagnostics process.
Setup:
1. Connect the RV-8 to a 120VAC (220VAC for European model) power source.
2. Set the rear panel power switch of the RV-8 to the “1” (ON) position.
Test:
1. Verify the three LEDS at the right side of the VFD display light: RED, AMBER and BLUE.
2. In approximately three seconds, verify the display indicates: “**LEXICON **”
3. When the “** LEXICON **” display appears, within eight seconds press and hold the Zone 2 DVD2
and Zone 3 DVD2 buttons.
4. The display indicates a display similar to the following. Note that the BOOTROM revision date
“XX/XX” and time “XX:XX” will contain valid digits:
“LEXICON RV-8
BOOTROM
©200X XX/XX XX:XX”
5. Continue to hold the buttons for another seven seconds until the display indicates:
“DIAGS MENU
FUNCTIONAL TESTS”
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FUNCTIONAL TESTS
The automated Functional Tests will execute the suite of tests. This takes approximately forty-five
seconds to complete. When the automated Functional Tests have completed, you will be prompted to
perform certain tasks to complete the rest of the functional tests.
Setup:
Press the Mode button. The display should indicate:
“FUNCTIONAL
TESTS
START ALL TESTS”
Test:
Press the Mode button again to start the tests. When the test has completed the front panel display
should indicate:
“RS232 WRAP TEST
Insert Wrap Plugs”
RS232 Wrap Test
This test verifies that the unit can communicate with the rear panel serial communication connectors.
Setup:
1. Create two (2) RS 232 wrap around plugs by connecting pins 2 & 3 of a female DB9 connector.
2. Install the two RS 232 wrap around plugs onto the RS 232 1 and 2 ports located on the RV-8 rear
panel.
Test:
1. Press the Mode button to run the test. Verify the display indicates:
“SERIAL PORT 1 PASSED
SERIAL PORT 2 PASSED”
2. Press the Mode button.
3. Remove the two (2) RS 232 wrap around plugs when prompted by the RV-8 display.
4. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
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IR Remote Test
This test verifies that the unit can respond to infrared commands from the infrared remote.
Remote Setup:
1. Set the remote control to its default menu by pressing the HOME button.
The LCD display on the remote control should appear as in Figure A below.
2. Press the top left MAIN button once to open the MAIN menu.
The LCD display on the remote control should appear as in Figure B below.
Figure A: HOME MENU
Figure B: MAIN MENU
Note:
The RV-8 will NOT respond to the PAGE, HOME, FAV, M1, M2 and M3 buttons.
3. RV-8 Setup: The front panel display should indicate:
“IR REMOTE TEST
Remote Test:”
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Test:
1. Press and hold the DVD2 button on the remote.
2. Verify the yellow IR ACK LED is blinking on the RV-8 front panel.
3. Verify the display indicates:
“IR REMOTE TEST Remote
Test: 21 IR”
4. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
Display Character Test
This test verifies that the display on the unit can display the same character on every pixel.
Test:
1.
Verify the display indicates:
“AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.”
2. Turn the encoder knob clockwise until the display indicates:
“BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB”
3. Turn the encoder knob counter clockwise until the display indicates:
“???????????????????? ????????????????????”
4. Turn the encoder knob counter clockwise until the display indicates:
“==================== ====================”
5. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
Display Block Test
This test verifies that the unit can display all the pixels in one block at a time.
Test:
1. Verify the display has one block lit with no missing pixels in the top left corner of the display.
2. Turn the encoder knob clockwise until all forty blocks have been displayed.
Note:
The blocks along the top row will be lit first followed by the blocks on the bottom row (If the knob is
continuously turned clockwise the block lighting pattern will repeat).
3. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
Switch Test
This test verifies the operation of each of the twenty-two front panel switches. During the test the LED
associated for each switch pressed will light and remain lit until another switch is pressed.
Setup:
The front panel display should indicate: “SWITCH TEST SwTst: None pressed.”
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Test:
1. Press each switch and verify that the front panel display indicates the correct name for the switch.
Standby = STANDBY Mode
Left = LEFT MODE
Right = RIGHT MODE
Mute = MUTE MODE
The MAIN switches = MAIN Switch Name, where Switch Name is the name of the Switch that is
labeled on the front panel.
The Zone 2 switches = ZONE 2 Switch Name, where Switch Name is the name of the Switch that is
labeled on the front panel.
The Zone 3 switches = ZONE 3 Switch Name, where Switch Name is the name of the Switch that is
labeled on the front panel.
The Tuner switches = TUNER Switch Name, where Switch Name is the name of the Switch that is
labeled on the front panel.
When all twenty-two switches have been pressed the display will indicate:
“SWITCH TEST All Switches Done.”
2. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
Encoder Test
This test verifies the operation of the encoder knob.
Setup:
The front panel display should indicate: “ENCODER TEST ENCODER Test.”
Test:
1. Turn the encoder knob clockwise until the display indicates:
“ENCODER TEST Encoder Test CCW 24.”
2. Turn the encoder knob counter-clockwise until the display indicates:
“ENCODER TEST ENCODER Test Passed.”
3. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
LED Test
This test verifies the operation of each of the twenty-three front panel LEDs.
Setup:
The front panel display should indicate: “LED TEST LED Test: 11 STBYRed.”
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Test:
1. Turn the encoder knob clockwise and verify that each LED lights individually and is the correct color.
See the color code table below and on the next page.
2. When all LEDs have been lit, press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
LED Color
CODE
LED
COLOR
11
Standby
RED
12
Ready
BLUE
49
IR Ack
YELLOW
50
Overld
RED
51
Sys ON
BLUE
10
Mute
YELLOW
MAIN
0
Main DVD1
BLUE
2
Main Sat
BLUE
4
Main TV
BLUE
6
Main Tuner
BLUE
1
Main DVD2
BLUE
3
Main VCR
BLUE
5
Main CD
BLUE
7
Main Phono
BLUE
9
Main OFF
RED
ZONE2
16
Zone2 DVD1
YELLOW
18
Zone2 SAT
YELLOW
20
Zone2 TV
YELLOW
22
Zone2 Tuner
YELLOW
17
Zone2 DVD2
YELLOW
19
Zone2 VCR
YELLOW
21
Zone2 CD
YELLOW
23
Zone2 Phono
YELLOW
24
Zone2 OFF
RED
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CODE
LED
COLOR
ZONE3
32
Zone3 DVD1
RED
34
Zone3 SAT
RED
36
Zone3 TV
RED
38
Zone3 Tuner
RED
33
Zone3 DVD2
RED
35
Zone3 VCR
RED
37
Zone3 CD
RED
39
Zone3 Phono
RED
40
Zone3 OFF
RED
OTHER
8
Amp 1
BLUE
25
Amp 2
BLUE
26
Amp 3
BLUE
27
Amp 4
BLUE
41
Amp 5
BLUE
42
Amp 6
BLUE
43
Amp 7
BLUE
Headphone Insert Test
This test verifies that the RV-8 can detect the presence of headphones plugged in to the front panel
Phones jack.
Setup:
The front panel display should indicate:
“HEADPHN INSERT TEST
HDPhones: OUT”
Test:
1. Insert a 1/4-inch headphone plug into the Phones jack on the RV-8 front panel, and verify that the
display indicates: “HEADPHN INSERT TEST HDPhones: IN.”
2. Remove the 1/4-inch headphone plug from RV-8 front panel Phones jack.
3. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
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Temperature Test
This test verifies the temperature measurement circuits in the RV-8.
Test:
1. Verify the display indicates the temperature of Amp1 (xx = approximately 30-40 (C):
“TEMP TEST
AMP1: xx degC”
2. Rotate the encoder knob slowly clockwise and verify that the temperature measurements for Amp2:
through Amp7: are within 30-40° (C).
Note:
The temperature is affected by the environment around the RV-8 under test. In a warmer location, the
temperature readings will be higher.
Fan Test
This test checks the operation of the internal fans using the encoder knob to select the fan speed and
verifies that the speed of the fans increases with each increment of the fan speed indicator. The fans are
located at the bottom of the RV-8 chassis. Two fans are on the left side and two are on the right side of
the unit.
Setup:
The front panel display should indicate:
“FAN TEST
FAN Speed: 0”
Test:
1. Turn the encoder knob slowly clockwise until the display indicates: “FAN Speed: 1”
2. Verify that the fans have started turning.
3. Turn the encoder knob slowly clockwise until the display indicates: “FAN Speed: 2”
4. Verify that the speed of the fan speed has increased from previous step.
5. Turn the encoder knob slowly clockwise until the display indicates: “FAN Speed: 3”
6. Verify that the speed of the fan speed has increased from previous step.
To verify all four fans are working:
1. Place your fingers under the chassis on the sides and feel for the draw of the fans.
2. Press the Mode button to proceed to the next test.
Diagnostic Tests Completion
When the Diagnostic Tests are complete, the unit will display the test results. Verify the display indicates:
“FUNCTIONAL
TESTS Passed”
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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
The following are instructions for disassembling the RV-8 when removal of components is necessary.
WARNING
The amplifier channels may still be charged. Be sure to discharge for safety. See page 4-4 for
instructions on discharging amplifier channels.
To remove the top cover:
1. Remove the thirteen screws that hold the top cover of the unit.
2. Carefully slide the cover to the back of the RV-8 and remove.
Reverse the above procedure when reinstalling the cover.
To remove the bottom cover:
1. Carefully rotate the RV-8 onto its side.
2. Loosen the eight screws (four on each side of the bottom cover).
3. Push the cover towards the front panel and remove from the bottom of the RV-8.
To remove the Power Supply Board:
1. With the RV-8 front panel facing you, locate the power supply module mounted to the inside chassis
on the left-hand side of the RV-8.
2. Remove the two wire connectors on the top and bottom of the supply module.
3. Hold the supply with one hand and remove the two screws that hold the supply to the inside chassis.
4. Carefully remove the supply from the RV-8 chassis.
5. Store the module in a static-free area.
To remove the amp channels:
1. For ease of removal of the left 3 channel amp, remove the switching power module first
2. Locate and disconnect the black 6 wire connector and two thin white ribbon cables that run to the
main analog board at J18 and J21. Also remove one large thin white ribbon cable on the underside of
the amp channel connecting to J22 of the main processor board.
3. Remove the seven screws that hold the channel in place. There are three on the back panel, two on
the front end holding it to the main chassis, one in the top, and one on the bottom main chassis.
4. Carefully pull the amp channel to the front panel and lift it free.
5. Store the module in a static-free area.
6. For the right 4 channel amp, locate and disconnect the black 6 wire connector and two thin white
ribbon cables that run to the main analog board at J1 and J27. Also remove one large thin white
ribbon cable on the underside of the amp channel connecting to J18 of the main processor board.
7. Remove the nine screws that hold the channel in place. There are three on the back panel, two on
the front end holding it to the main chassis, one in the top, and three on the bottom main chassis.
8. Carefully pull to the front panel the amp channel and lift it free.
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9. Store the module in a static-free area.
To remove the video board:
1. First rotate the RV-8 so the rear panel is facing you.
2. Disconnect the following cables: J18 (the 4 wire power cable) and J20 (the thin white ribbon cable).
3. On the back rear panel remove the four black screws that hold the board in place.
4. Carefully pull the board inward then up and out of the RV-8.
5. Store it in a static-free area.
To remove the analog board:
1. Disconnect the following cable on the analog board and power supply connector: J19.
2. Looking down on to the board, locate the three black screws that hold the board to the center chassis.
3. On the rear panel, remove the fifteen black screws along the row of analog RCA connectors.
4. Carefully pull the board inward then up and out of the RV-8.
5. Store it in a static-free area.
To remove the Main Power Supply Assembly:
Note:
To remove the center main power supply, first remove the amp channels.
1. On the top of the main supply assembly disconnect the following cables: J2, 5, 6, 7, 21 and P1.
2. Turn the RV-8 over and remove the ribbon cable J20 that runs to the front panel.
3. Remove the six screws that hold the assembly in place (three on each amp channel side).
4. Carefully grab on to the assembly and pull up, removing it out the bottom of the RV-8 chassis.
5. Store it in a static-free area.
To remove the Tuner/Phono Board:
1. Place the RV-8 upside-down with the rear panel facing you.
2. Locate the Ground Lug and remove it from the rear panel.
3. Grab the Tuner/Phono board assembly and remove the two rear panel screws.
4. Carefully lift the assembly out and disconnect the two ribbon cables at J2 and J4.
5. Lift the assembly out and store it in a static-free area.
Removing the Main Processor Board:
Note:
The Tuner/Phono assembly should be removed prior to removing the Main Processor board.
1. Place the RV-8 upside down with the rear panel facing you.
2. Locate and disconnect the following power and ribbon cables: J20, 2, 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31,and 32
3. Locate and remove the four screws that hold the Main board to the chassis.
4. On the rear panel of the RV-8 locate the screws and other fasteners that hold the Main board to the
rear panel.
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5. Carefully slide the Main board to the front of the RV-8 and up and out of the chassis.
6. Store it in a static-free area.
To remove the front panel:
1. Place the RV-8 upside down with the front panel facing you.
2. Locate and remove the two screws and ribbon cable J20 and disconnect it from the Main board.
3. Turn the RV-8 over. Locate and remove the two screws holding the front panel to the chassis.
4. Carefully pull the front panel away from the chassis and store it in a static-free area.
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CHAPTER 6 – THEORY OF OPERATION
RV-8 AMPLIFIER THEORY
The RV-8 amplifier sections are designed using the most advanced linear power technology available.
Using this technology allows maximum amplifier performance under the most demanding and extreme
conditions.
In the RV-8 there are two amplifier modules. One module consists of three amplifier channels and the
other consists of four amplifier channels. Each individual channel is identical schematically, but not
identical in the way they are laid out.
For this portion of the theory, only one channel will be referenced since all channels are the same
schematically. All references correspond to the SIDE RIGHT (Channel 2) channel on the four-channel
module.
Features:
•
Full-complementary output topology
•
High performance error amplifier to provide extremely low THD
•
Ultra high 140V rails to maximize dynamics
•
Critical protection circuits local to each amp channel
Input Stage
Op amp U1-A (MC33078) is used to set up a conventional balanced to single-ended conversion stage.
The overall gain of this stage is approximately –6 (15.6dB), which is set by R2 (2.49k ), R4 (2.49k ), R3
(15k ), and R5 (15k ). C1 (22pF) provides high-frequency feedback.
Power Amplifier Overall Gain
For this portion of the theory, consider the power amplifier as one large op amp. The output of U1-A
(MC33078) feeds a single ended audio signal into the power amplifier. The power amplifier is set up as a
conventional inverting amplifier. The gain of this stage is approximately –10 (20dB), which is set by R7
(2.49k), R9 (2.49k), and R10 (49.9k).
Bias
Bias is set by R14 (9.09k), R17 (9.09k), R15 (825), and R16 (825). This causes a small equal current to
flow through R19 (825) and R29 (825) via steering diodes D4 (1N914) and D7 (1N914). R19 drives Q5
(MPSW92) and Q6 (MPSW92), while R29 drives Q9 (MPSW42) and Q10 (MPSW42). These four
transistors also serve as voltage translators. Emitter resistors R20 (95.3), R21 (95.3), R30 (95.3), and
R31 (95.3) set a current used to bias Q8 (MMBT3904). R84 (1k potentiometer) is then used to precisely
tune the bias level to a point where output devices are just out of conduction. This provides the AB+B
mode of operation for the output stage. Bias voltage is measured across R25 (30) and is set to 0.350Vdc
± 0.01 @ 25 degrees ambient.
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Amplifier Operation
At the heart of the amplifier is a high performance error amplifier (U2 - TLE2037). From the error amp
audio signals move through the voltage translators and on to Q7 (MJE15032) and Q11 (MJE15033). Q7
and Q11 form current gain cells, which feed the paralleled main output devices (MJ21194 NPN, MJ21193
PNP). The main output devices are connected in an emitter follower configuration. The devices are
mounted directly to the heatsinks with no insulator, which means the heatsinks are at rail potential
(±70Vdc).
Frequency Response
The frequency response of the amp module is set by several components. The dominant pole of the
amplifier is set by R10 and C5 at approximately 145kHz. All of the stages prior to the power amplifier
stage also contribute to the high frequency roll off of the amplifier.
Amplifier Feedback
Resistor R12 (47.5) and capacitor C8 (22pF) provide a local high-frequency roll off for the error amp. The
error amp also receives split feedback signals from two points at the output. C23 (0.33uF) provides high
frequency feedback through the output inductor L1 (1.5uH) while R58 (107 ) provides low frequency
feedback, which negates the DC resistance effects of the output inductor. R10 and C5 provide overall
feedback for the amplifier.
Time Dependent VI Limiting
For simplicity the positive side current limit is described below. The negative side current limit operates in
a similar fashion.
Current Limiting
The output current of the amplifier is sensed across emitter resistors R26 (0.68), R27 (0.68), R169 (0.68),
and R173 (0.68). This information is summed via R342 (23.2k) and R343 (23.2k) then divided down by
R344 (1.82k) and R345 (100k). The divided voltage information is fed into the base of Q77 (KST5089).
Once the voltage across R344 and R345 reaches approximately 0.65Vdc, Q77 turns on which causes
Q79 (MMBT3906) to turn on as well. This redirects current coming from Q5 and Q6 through D12 (1N914)
and Q79 to the output, thus limiting the amount of current driven into the base of Q7.
Time Dependency
C157 (4.7uF) provides time dependency to the current limit. When no current is flowing through the
emitter resistors, C157 has no charge. When current suddenly flows through the emitter resistors, C157 is
seen basically as a short, which essentially eliminates R345 from the limiting circuitry. As C157 charges
the current is limited more and more until it reaches a steady state.
Voltage Information
D1 (1N914) and R129 (365k) provide the voltage information to the circuitry. As the output voltage of the
amplifier increases, more current is pulled through R342, R343, R344, and R345 causing the voltage
differential across pins 1 and 2 of Q77 to decrease. At the same time, D1 and R129 also pull charge out
of C157, which stretches the time dependency of the limiter.
Other Protection
D14 (ES2GTR) and D15 (ES2GTR) are fly back diodes that steer reactive energy returned from the load
around the current gain cells and back into the power supply. D5 (RLS245) and D10 (RLS245) limit
collector voltages on the MPSW42’s and MPSW92’s, thus reducing cross conduction currents under high
current/high frequency conditions.
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Clip
The clip signal is derived from the output signal of the error amp. This signal is called V_ERR on the
schematic. V_ERR is fed into a window comparator set up by U4-A (LM339D) and U4-B. When the
signal coming out of the error amp exceeds ±12.5Vdc it triggers the window comparator. The output of
this stage is sent into another comparator stage set up by U4-C. The output of U4-C feeds a RC circuit
(R75, R76, and C31) that can be used to change the point at which a clip signal is indicated (in this case
the C is not populated so it is not being used). The output of the RC circuit feeds a fourth comparator
stage set up by U4-D. This comparator drives the clip signal. The clip signal is normally at 0Vdc and goes
to +5Vdc when a clip occurs.
Temperature Sensing
An NTC is thermally coupled to the negative heatsink for every amp channel. As the temperature of the
heatsink increases, so does the value of the temperature signal. At room temperature the temp signal
usually reads in the range of approximately 0.5 to 0.6Vdc.
DCLF
The card is also protected from DC signals and Low Frequency (LF) signals. The output is monitored and
will open the relay if either of these conditions exists. The relay will stay off for a few seconds and will try
to turn back on. If a DC or LF signal still appears at the output the relay will either turn off again or not turn
on at all. This cycle will repeat until a DC or LF signal is no longer present at the output.
The output of the amplifier is fed into a low-pass filter set up by R46 (200k), C23 (0.47uF), R47 (2.2k),
and C24 (0.1uF). The output of the filter is sent into a window comparator set up by U3-A (LM393D) and
U3-B. When the window comparator is triggered it turns on Q15 (MMBT3906), which then turns off Q16
(MMBT3904) and consequently turns of the output relay (K1).
RDY_CON
This is an input signal to each amp channel that is used to turn on and off the output relay. A 0Vdc input
or no input will keep the relay off. A 5Vdc input signal will turn the output relay on if a DC or LF signal is
not present at the output of the amplifier.
RDY_MON
This is an output signal of the amp card. The only function of the RDY_MON signal is to report the status
of the output relay. A 0Vdc signal means the relay is open and a 5Vdc signal means the relay is closed.
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RV-8 ANALOG BOARD THEORY
The analog board of the RV-8 encompasses all of the analog audio inputs and outputs, level controls and
A/D and D/A converters. This board is located below the RV-8 Video Board.
There are three separate signal paths: Main, Zone2 and Zone3. Each of the eight analog stereo inputs,
the tuner, the phono, or any of eight digital inputs can be routed to any of the three paths. The schematics
refer to Main, Rec, and Zone. Rec is named for Zone2 and Zone is named for Zone3 on the back panel.
Main Audio Paths
One of the eight analog stereo inputs, the tuner, or the phono can be routed to the main path and to the
A/D convertor(s). In addition, one of the eight digital inputs can be routed from the main board. The A/D
digitizes the analog signal (if selected) and passes it to the DSP on the main board. Digital signals from
the main board pass directly to the DSP. (Refer to the Main Audio Paths 2-Channel Input block diagram
below). The DSP creates eight different output signals from the 2-channel input. D/A converter IC's
convert each of the eight signals from the DSP to analog and then send them to their respective RCA
connectors. The outputs are also sent to the seven channels of amplification, with channels 6 and 7
having the ability to be redirected. A direct analog path is provided which passes a 2-channel analog input
signal directly to the Left and Right Front outputs via the level controls, bypassing the DSP and
converters.
Main Audio Paths 2-Channel Input
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Front L/R Direct Analog Path
data
8:1
Anlg
MUX
+
Tuner
sw
+
Phono
sw
Phono
75u
Mic1/2
sw
+
+
Phono
Preamp
Front L/R Mux
Main Mux
Mic1/2
+
Front
L/R
Level
+
A/D
sw
Center/Sub
DAC
A/D
sw
+
Side L/R Mux
Side L/R
data
+
Front L/R
Ctr/Sub Mux
to / from
Main Bd
+
+
main clks
data
Side
Level
sw
data
sw
sw
DAC
+
DAC
sw
+
Rear Mux
data
Rear L/R
data
DAC
+
sw
Mic
Preamp
6/7 Mux
Tuner
Module
sw
+
1,2
to
3
4,5 Amps
6,7
Headphone
sw
Amp
HDP pres
In addition, a 5.1-channel source can be selected for the Main audio path. There are two possible
methods of getting a 5.1 source into the box. Refer to the Main Audio Paths 5.1-Channel Input block
diagram on the next page)
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1. An S/PDIF signal may be encoded in Dolby Digital or DTS format and pass through a decoder that
outputs the 5.1-channels. These channels are then passed along to the DSP and sent to the analog
board.
2. Two sets of three separate analog input pairs can be routed directly to the outputs, bypassing the
DSP and converters. This mode is available for DVD-Audio and multi-channel SACD players with 5.1analog outputs. In the first case, Input 3 would pass to the Left and Right Front outputs, Input 4 would
pass to the Center and Subwoofer outputs. Input 5 would pass to the Left and Right Side and Rear
outputs. A duplicate set uses inputs 6,7, and 8 in a similar manner.
Main Audio Paths 5.1-Channel Input
Front L/R Direct Analog Path
Front L/R Mux
M ain Mux
data
+
+
3
6
Main
Main
8:1
Anlg
MUX
+
Front
L/R
Level
A/D
+
data
m ain clks
data
sw
7 C/Sub
sw
+
C/Sub
Level
A/D
+
to / from
Main Bd
5 Side
8 Side
sw
+
Side
Level
A/D
+
sw
DAC
+
sw
+
sw
DAC
sw
+
data
Rear Mux
Rear Direct
sw
Rear
Level
Side L/R
sw
+
data
Center/Sub
Side L/R Mux
Side Direct
data
Front L/R
Ctr/Sub Mux
data
Side Direct
sw
+
C/Sub Direct
C/Sub Direct
4 C/Sub
DAC
+
DAC
+
sw
+
sw
Rear L/R
Rear Direct
6/7 Mux
sw
+
1,2
to
3
4,5 Amps
6,7
Zone2 and Zone3 Audio Paths
Any of the ten analog or eight digital audio inputs can also be selected as the source for the Zone2 and
Zone3 audio paths. Refer to the Zone2 and Zone3 Audio Paths block diagram below. An analog source
can be passed directly to the analog outputs. Likewise, a digital source can be routed to a D/A converter
for the analog outputs. In addition, a 5.1 Dolby Digital or DTS encoded 5.1 digital source may also be
selected and passed through a decoder which will output a 2-channel downmix for the Zone2 outputs.
Zone2 and Zone3 Audio Paths
to
Amps
6/7 Mux
sw
Zone2 out
+
+
+
Phono
75u
Mic1/2
+
A/D
6,7
sw
data
zone2
clks
Headphone
sw
Amp
sw
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8:1
Anlg
MUX
Tuner
sw
Phono
sw
to / from
Main Bd
main/zone2
clks
data
DAC
+
sw
+
Output
Level
Zone2 L/R
+
sw
Zone2 Fixed
Zone2 out
Tuner
Zone3 Mux
Tuner
Module
+
sw
Zone2 Mux
Mic
Preamp
Zone2
Level
sw
Phono
Phono
Preamp
+
sw
+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8:1
Anlg
MUX
Tuner
sw
Phono
sw
sw
sw
+
Output
Level
+
Zone3 L/R
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SCHEMATIC WALKTHROUGH
Analog Audio Inputs (sheets 1,2 & 3)
Sheets 1 and 2 are identical. The Left input jacks and associated circuitry are on sheet 1 while sheet 2
includes the Right input jacks and circuitry. Each input pair is buffered by a dual TL072 op amp. Each
buffer connects to three DG408 8x1 CMOS switches. There are separate switches for the Main and
Zone2/3 analog source selection with independent switches for left and right channels, for a total of six
DG408s.
At the bottom right-hand corner of each sheet is a quad-switch. These switches are used when routing a
5.1-analog source. One routes the Center and Subwoofer signals from Inputs 4 or 7 while the other
buffers the Surround L/R signals from Input 5 or 8.
Sheet 3 hold buffering and switches for tuner and phono, and buffering for phono75, and mic1/2. Three
sets of switches are used to select inputs for each zone separately. These switches work in parallel with
the muxes on sheets 1 and 2 to provide a 1-of-10 analog input mux function for each zone.
Main Inputs, C/Sub and Side Inputs (sheets 4,5,6 & 7)
The outputs of the Main source selectors feed the Main Input Level control on sheet 4. A dual op amp on
sheet 4 buffers a 6dB voltage divider that feeds the level control. The output of the level control is used
for the direct analog path to the Front L/R outputs and feeds the A/D converter.
Two microphone inputs are provided from the microphone preamplifiers. A DG411 analog switch can
select Mic inputs 1 and 2 or the phono75 to be passed to the Main Input level control and A/D converter.
These switches work in parallel with the muxes on sheets 1 and 2 to provide a 1-of-12 analog input
function. When the Mic input is selected, the Analog inputs are disabled by bringing MAIN_ANLG_EN low
on sheets 1 and 2.
The Main Input level control is the PGA2311, which has a range from +31.5 to –95.5 dB in 0.5 dB steps.
The PGA2311 operates on ±5 volt rails and cannot handle signal levels greater than 7.5 Vpp. Two dual
op amps provide the left and right differential audio signals to the A/D converter. The op amp circuits bias
the signals at 2.5 V and attenuate it by 7dB. This means a 2 Vrms signal at the output of the level control
will be equivalent to 0 dBFS after the A/D conversion.
The PCM1804 stereo A/D converter incorporates a multi-bit delta-sigma architecture. It outputs 24-bits at
a 96kHz sample rate under normal operation. The serial audio data from the A/D converter goes directly
to the Main board. Control signals are used for reset (MAIN_ADC_RST/) and to place the converter in
88.2k/96k or 192k sample rate mode (MAIN_ADC_96K_EN and MAIN_ADC_192K_EN). The main board
provides three clocks: MAIN_ADC_MCKI/, which is 256xFS for 44.1k and 48k sample rates, 128xFS for
88.2k and 96k sample rates and 64xFS for 192k; MAIN_FS64/, which is 64xFS; and MAIN_FS/ which is
1xFS (where FS = sample rate).
Sheets 5, 6 and 7 cover the C/Sub, Side and Rec A/D channels. They are similar to the main zone except
for various analog source differences and separate clock sources and data outputs.
Rec & Zone D/A converter (sheet 8)
The AK4395 24-bit delta-sigma stereo D/A converter operates up to 192kHz. The DAC is configured
through its serial control port (pins 8,10,11) with a separate Reset pin.
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The output of the DAC passes through a second order low-pass filter with its –3dB frequency at 187kHz.
The filter topology is a compromise between the flat pass-band Butterworth filter and the Bessel filter with
its superb transient response. The filter is flat out to 20kHz. It has an overall gain of 6.7dB when
measured at the test points. This means a 0 dBFS signal at the D/A converter will be 4 Vrms going into
the analog switches.
DG411 analog switches select either the output of the Rec/Zone DAC or the Rec analog input source
directly. The selected signal goes to the dual op amp U32 which buffers a 6dB voltage divider that feeds
the level control. The PGA2311 output level control is buffered by a 6dB gain driver. A direct path around
the level control provides a fixed output. Rec analog output has a maximum output level of 4 Vrms. The
signal passes through a muting relay on the way to the output jacks. The relays are controlled by the
ZONE_MUTE_RLY/ signal.
Zone Level Control (sheet 9)
U63 serves as a direct bypass level control for the rear channels. The input comes from the side channels
in the 5.1 direct bypass path.
The rest of the circuitry, U44, U33, U23 and U15 are similar to the Rec path (page 8). Zone analog output
has a maximum output level of 4 Vrms.
Main D/A Converters (sheets 10-13)
There are eight outputs for the Main Audio Path. The D/A circuitry is shown for two outputs on each
sheet. The circuitry is identical for all eight outputs.
The AK4395 is the same 24-bit D/A converter that operates Zone2. The AK4395 DACs are configured
through their serial ports (pins 8,10,11). MAIN_DAC_RST/ puts the pairs of DACs into reset.
The DACs are followed by a 2nd order low-pass filter. The filter topology is a flat pass-band Butterworth
filter with the –3 dB point at 127kHz and a pass-band flat to 20kHz. The filter amplifies the 1.7Vrms
differential signal to 7Vrms (+11.2 dB) and converts it to single-ended for the level controls. Note these
values assume a 0 dBFS digital input signal to the DAC.
ADG451 analog switches are used to select either the DAC output or analog input for the respective
output. These direct analog signal paths have been designed to support two modes:
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2-channel analog direct or bypass mode. Any analog input can be routed directly to the L/R Front
outputs.
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5.1-channel analog direct or bypass mode. When this mode is enabled, specific analog input signals
are routed to specific analog outputs according to the table below:
Analog Input
#3 or 6, left channel
#3 or 6, right channel
#4 or 7, left channel
#4 or 7, right channel
#5 or 8, left channel
#5 or 8, right channel
U
Analog Output(s)
Left Front
Right Front
Center
Sub
Left Side and Left Rear
Right Side and Right Rear
Two different pairs of control bits are used to select the DSP/DAC signals or analog input signals for the
Main outputs. MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/ selects the respective DAC outputs for all of the Main outputs (Front
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L/R, Center, Sub, L/R Side, L/R Rear) whereas MAIN_DIRECT_SEL/ selects the 5.1-analog inputs
directly. The rear channels are switched with separate controls REAR_DACOUT_SEL/ and
REAR_DIRECT_SEL/.
The output from the analog switch goes to a –6dB level shifter and ADG451 output mute switch. The
outputs pass through DC-blocking caps and relays before going to the RCA connectors. The relays mute
the Main outputs during a power cycle and whenever the unit is in Standby or powered off. The relays are
controlled by the MAIN_MUTE_RLY/ signal.
Control Registers (sheet 14)
A Xilinx CPLD hold the control registers for the board. The main board writes to them via a SPI data bus
(ADA_SCLK, ADA_SDATA_OUT, ADA_LATCH). Their function is loosely related to the function and
numbering of the MC-12 registers. The control register output bits provide relay control, 5.1 direct mux
selection, analog source selection, A/D control, DAC reset control, output selection, independent zero
crossing enable and mute for inputs and outputs.
Three-bits of data are returned to the main board through the SPI port (HEADP_PRES, TUN_TUNED,
TUN_STEREO). A serial stream from the tuner for status and RDS data is also available
(TUN_SDATA_OUT).
Amp Select and I/O Connectors (sheet 15)
The Main Board Digital connector is the source for the clocks and data for the A/D and D/A converters.
The MCLK is at 256x the sample rate (FS). Each converter gets MCLK through a separate buffer and
source resistor. The SCLK (64xFS) and LRCK (1xFS) are distributed directly to the DACs. All of the D/A
converters operate in I2S mode. J20 and J22 provide a row of test points for quick access to all the
clocks.
J23 and J24 are ribbon connectors from the Mic/Phono Board and Tuner board respectively. The left and
right signal pairs are buffered differentially and presented to the input muxes through these connectors.
The tuner is controlled through the SPI port signals ADA_TUNER_CE/, ADA_SDATA_OUT, and
TUN_SCLK.
Power Supply Connections and Regulators (sheet 16)
There is a separate feed from the switching power supply to the Analog board. The Analog board has a 4pin connector that accepts ±15 volts, +5 volts and a ground connection to the supply. The –15 supply is a
shared daisy chain connection from the supply to the analog and video boards.
Three regulators generate +12V for the tuner, +3.3VD for the convertors and CPLD, and –5VA for the
volume controls and convertors. Heat generated by the –5V regulator is dissipated by a heatsink. Two
voltage regulators create the +5VR supply from the +15V rail. The first regulator regulates to about 10V
and the second regulates to 5V. +5VR is an alternative "clean" 5 volt supply used by the A/D and D/A
converters.
Six DG411 switches select either front L/R or either of the two zones as a source for the headphones. A
high current op-amp with 12dB of gain drives the headphone output at J25. A high impedance headphone
presence detector is shunted to relay ground or the 10K output impedance by a normalling switch in the
socket, and is pulled high when a jack is inserted.
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RV-8 MAIN BOARD THEORY
This section provides a detailed description of the design theory embodied in the RV-8 Main Board. Each
section of this document will discuss the theory of each functional subset of this board and will reference
a schematic sheet for each block. The schematic set being referenced is at a minimum revision level of 6.
The RV-8 Main Board incorporates the following features:
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Command and control of the entire RV-8 system
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Digital audio inter-system routing via FPGA
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Front Panel display control, button monitoring, and LED display control
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Two expansion ports
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Amplifier environmental and power monitoring and control
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User and debug access via two RS-232 serial ports
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Four coaxial and four optical S/PDIF input ports
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One coaxial and one optical S/PDIF Record Zone output
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One Composite Video Zone 3 output
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Two remote power outputs
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Two Phase Locked Voltage Controlled Oscillators for master audio clock generation
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IR remote control sensing and discrimination from the front panel and Zone Two
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“Canned” Algorithm Surround Processing via a single Crystal Semiconductors DSP engine
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Lexicon specific supplemental DSP via two Analog Devices SHARC DSP engines.
START-UP CONDITIONS
Power On and Boot Procedure
Once the unit is powered up, the reset generator U31 provides both active low and active high reset
signals of approximately 3ms duration. During this interval, the CPU processor (U33) is held in an inactive
state as well as the three DSP engines, and the FPGA. This reset is also passed along to all of the
remaining boards in the system. Once this reset interval has passed, the processor and FPGA are ready
for further instruction. The DSP engines remain in reset, however, and are not released from this state
until commanded by the system software. The CPU then begins booting from the on-board 1Mx16 Flash,
U26. Diagnostic testing is run on the on-board DRAM (U42). If the test passes, test LED D10 will light; it
will flash if the test fails. The bulk of the boot and application software is then loaded from the Flash into
this DRAM and a checksum test is performed. If this test passes, test LED D11 will light, flash if the test
fails. Internal registers of the processor device are then configured. These include the following:
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Bus State Controller
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Wait State Controller
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DRAM Configuration (the default conditions are now replaced with optimized settings)
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Serial Communication Ports 1 and 2
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Pin Function Control
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General Purpose I/O.
The processor then checks the status of PE[3:1] (88:86) to determine which start-up configuration has
been chosen by the user. If these port pins read as all low, then the processor continues with the normal
boot procedure.
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The Serial port UARTs are now tested, and if the test passes LED D12 will light, flash if the test fails. The
FPGA (U41) is now programmed. If the operation is successful, LED D13 will light, flash if the operation
fails. If all of these steps are completed successfully, LED D10 will dimly glow. This is due to the LED
being driven with a 4mS square wave. All through these tests, progress may be monitored via a
hyperterminal monitor connected to serial port 0. If a problem exists with this serial connection, LED D11
will light.
Diagnostics continue by testing the Character RAM on the front panel Vacuum-Fluorescent Display.
Connection integrity to the Video Board, Analog I/O Board, AM/FM Tuner Module, and Amplifier SPI ports
is tested as well. The FPGA status is checked by polling it’s internal ID register. The Format DSP (U25) is
now taken out of reset and its associated Flash device (U19) is tested. The algorithm DSP devices (U16
and U34) are taken out of reset and loaded with algorithm code. Status is monitored by polling the
internal registers of the DSP devices.
Connection to the amplifiers is tested by serially shifting a single bit up to the amplifiers via the SPI ports,
and then monitoring its return. Power is then briefly applied via the Soft Start Relay, which applies a
current limited full scale voltage to the amp rails. If a problem exists with the amplifier power supply, as
indicated by either the status read back from the SPI ports or by the Brown Out Interrupt, power is
immediately removed and status is indicated on the hyperterminal monitor. If everything checks out, then
the Mains Relay is activated, and the Soft Start Relay is de-activated. The hyperterminal will indicate that
the unit is now ready.
Host Processor (Sheet 1)
This page contains the embedded CPU and its associated DRAM and flash memory for storage of the
boot mode and system control software. In addition, provisions are in place for a separate boot flash
memory and emulator support during software development.
Processor (U33)
The processor is a Hitachi SH7014 single chip RISC. This device implements all system control via a 16bit wide data bus over 8Mwords of address space. This address map is split into four chip select areas
(CS[3:0]) of 2Mwords each. The processor is pre-configured by four mode pins MD[3:0] which are hard
coded via zero ohm resistors to a value of 1001 (binary). This establishes that the CS0 memory space
(the memory boot space) is 16-bits wide, and that the on-chip PLL is operating in 4X mode. The
processor runs from a 6.25MHz clock, supplied by a CPLD device (see schematic sheet 7) into the
EXTAL pin (74). With 4X PLL operation, the internal bus of the processor runs at 25MHz. This clock is
sourced to the rest of the system via the PA15_CK pin (83). The PLL is biased and noise filtered by an
external network comprised of R125, R126, C120, and C121.
Serial Ports
Signals: DEBUG_RXD, DEBUG_TXD, USER_RXD, USER_TXD
The CPU provides two asynchronous serial ports which are used as a debug port and as a user port. The
debug port is implemented by PA0_RXD0 (51) and PA1_TXD0 (50). Connecting a hyperterminal to this
port grants the user access to the debugging and register editing tools built into the boot code. During the
boot phase, each step of the process is echoed to the terminal via this debug port as well as any
initialization failures that may occur. The debugger allows the user to manually change register values
within the CPU and each of the peripheral devices attached to the host. It will also allow the running of
configuration scripts to test various functions and features included in the RV-8. Re-programming the
system FLASH is also called into service via the debugger.
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The user port is implemented by PA3_RXD1 (48) and PA4_TXD1 (47). Connecting an HDI emulated
hyperterminal to this port allows access to the system software at the code level. This port is also used to
download new code to the FLASH device.
Serial Port Settings
Each serial port must be set to the following protocols in order to work properly with hyperterminal
connections:
• 19200 Bits Per Second
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8 Bits
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Odd Parity
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1 Stop Bit
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Flow Control set to None
Interrupts
Signals: BROWN_OUT, CPU_CRYIRQ/, CPU_DSPABIRQ/, CPU_KYBDIRQ/, CPU_VIDTUNIRQ/
The CPU has provisions for six interrupt sources, of which five are used. The highest priority interrupt is
the Non-Maskable Interrupt NMI (76). This interrupt monitors the status of the amplifier power supply. If
the voltage rails should drop by more than 10%, as would happen during brown out conditions, the
interrupt is triggered, and the unit goes into standby mode. This is the BROWN_OUT interrupt. Ferrite
bead FB14 suppresses spurious signals that may falsely trigger an NMI.
The next level of interrupt is implemented within the IRQ0 (49) domain. This interrupt is dedicated to
monitoring the status for the front panel pushbutton array. An interrupt is generated when the button is
pressed, and a second one when it is released. This is CPU_KYBDIRQ/.
IRQ1 (46) is currently unused. It may be used as an interrupt source monitor or a general purpose I/O in
the future.
IRQ2 (43) monitors the status of the SPI port transfers to and from the algorithm DSPs. Currently this
interrupt is masked off by the system software, but it remains as a provision. This is CPU_DSPABIRQ/.
IRQ3 (42) monitors the status of INTREQ or’ed with FINTREQ from the output steering DSP (U25). Each
indicates out-going data from the DSP sub-modules within this chip that must be read by the host
processor. This is CPU_CRYIRQ/.
IRQ[4:5] are internal interrupts. They are not utilized outside of the CPU.
IRQ6 (31) is a shared resource with the CPU address bit 20. As such, it is not available for use.
IRQ7 (32) monitors interrupts from the Video Board and from the Tuner Module. This is
CPU_VIDTUNIRQ/.
FPGA Configuration
Signals: FPGA_INIT/, FPGA_PROG/, FPGA_DONE, FPGA_SDATA, FPGA_CCLK
The FPGA is programmed during the boot phase. This is accomplished by serially loading the device with
the appropriate code. The process begins when the CPU asserts FPGA_PROG/ low on port PE6 (104).
In response, the FPGA asserts FPGA_INIT/ low; the CPU monitors PE5 (102) for status of this signal.
The configuration memory inside the FPGA is automatically cleared. Once this is done, the FPGA asserts
FPGA_INIT/ high. Once the CPU receives this response, the loading of configuration data begins.
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Configuration data FPGA_SDATA is sourced from the PB13 (112) port of the CPU along with the serial
clock FPGA_CCLK from the PE15 (2) port. Data is clocked into the FPGA on the rising edge of this clock.
When this process is complete, the FPGA asserts the signal FPGA_DONE to a high state, monitored by
the CPU on port PE7 (105). It should be noted that LED D46 lights when this signal goes high. The CPU
may continue with the remainder of the boot phase upon receipt of the FPGA_DONE signal.
Amplifier Environment Monitor and Control
Signals: FAN_DRV, TEMP[7:1], AC_MON
The CPU incorporates eight 10-bit A/D Converters of which seven are used to monitor the temperature of
the amplifier heatsinks. This is accomplished by monitoring the analog voltages present on the TEMP[7:1]
signal lines connected to the AN[6:0] ports of the CPU (98:91). These voltages are provided via
thermistors placed in direct contact with the heatsink metal. Each thermistor is part of a voltage divider the
output of which is converted to a 10-bit value by each converter. The output value of the converters are
directly proportional to this voltage, and hence to the temperature of the heatsink. The entire spectrum of
voltages is separated into four heat categories. From these temperature values, the software determines
how fast or slow the heatsink fans are to run. Under extreme heating conditions, the CPU protects the
amplifiers from thermal runaway by placing the entire system into standby mode.
The processor incorporates four Multi-Function Timer Units that may be used to generate timing oriented
waveforms or as interval/event counters. Two are used in this implementation. Timer 1 generates a PWM
signal that is used to control environment fans. The FAN_DRV signal is sourced from the TIOC1A port
(89) of the CPU. As the heatsink temperature increases beyond each heat category, this PWM signal
shrinks in duty cycle in order to increase the fan speed. This methodology was embraced to keep fan
noise to a minimum while the unit is in operation.
AC_MON is a provision for monitoring the transformer secondary voltage from the amplifier power supply
via the AN7 A/D Converter port (99). It is currently not used.
Front Panel Boot Level Monitoring and Control
Signals: OVLED, SYSLED, FP_IR_ACK, FPSWITCH[3:1]
The user has the option of starting the RV-8 into three modes:
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Normal start-up (default)
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AMON
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Diagnostics
The processor monitors PE port bits 1 through 3 during the earliest stages of boot, which are connected
to signals FPSWITCH[3:1]. The following button map applies:
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FPSWITCH1 – Right Mode
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FPSWITCH2 – Zone 2 DVD2
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FPSWITCH3 – Zone 3 DVD2
When a high is read on any of these port pins, it indicates that a button is being pressed and held. The
table on the next page illustrates the button combinations and their associated modes. These
combinations must be pressed and held during power up.
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Buttons and Associated Modes
START UP MODES
Right
Mode
Zone 2
DVD2
Zone 3
DVD 2
Mode
Description
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-
-
Normal
Boot Process executes uninterrupted
*
*
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AMON
Allows the loading of new code without re-flashing storage RAM
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*
*
Diagnostics
Places unit into diag mode, allowing individual testing of functionality
Behind the display window are three LEDs that are driven directly from the processor. These LEDs are
driven via the PE[10:12] port (108, 110, 111). When these port pins are high, the associated LED lights.
The following table illustrates their functionality.
DISPLAY LED INDICATORS
PORT BIT
SIGNAL NAME
FUNCTION
PE10
FP_IR_ACK
Yellow LED indicating infra-red remote access
PE11
SYSLED
Blue LED indicating unit is on and functional
PE12
OVLED
Red LED indicating clipping on an audio input
Miscellaneous Peripheral Control
Signals: CPU_WRD_CLK_MON, FLBY/
Timer Channel 0 is used as an interval counter that monitors the period of FSCLK from both the Main
Zone and Zone 2. The FPGA Multiplexes each clock signal into the TIOC0A port (85) as signal
CPU_WRD_CLK_MON. With each rising edge of FSCLK, the event timer is restarted and the period is
verified by count value.
FLBY/ is output from the storage FLASHRAM (U26) to indicate that the device is busy either during an
erase or re-programming operation. The processor device monitors this signal via the PE14 port (1).
When the signal is low, the FLASHRAM is not ready for read accesses. When high, the device may be
accessed as normal.
DRAM (U42)
The DRAM used in this product is a standard 70nS 1Mx16 Fast Page Mode device (U42). The processor
executes all software instructions from this device, except for the earliest phases of boot up. After DRAM
testing has passed, all of the system code that resides in the FLASHRAM is migrated to the DRAM for
execution. The data bus from the CPU is one word wide, as mandated by the fact that all instructions are
word length. As all accesses are word wide, the address bus to the DRAM is oriented on word
boundaries, hence the 10-bit address beginning at CPUADDR1 instead of CPUADDR0.
Boot Mode Jumper Selection
The RV-8 supports multiple booting options to aid in software development. In the final product, only one
of these modes is available, booting from FLASH, as described on page 6-15. For development, booting
may be accomplished from either the EEPROM or the ROMulator by proper jumper selection, as
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implemented in W3, W4, and W5. The following table illustrates the various modes available to the
developer.
Boot Mode Jumper Configuration
W3
W4
W5
Usage
Uninstalled
1-2
Uninstalled
Default; Boot and Program Run from FLASH
Open
2-3
1-2
Boot from EEPROM, FLASH Program Run
Open
Open
2-3
Boot and Program Run from ROMulator
Open
2-3
2-3
Boot from ROMulator, Program Run from FLASH
1-2
1-2
Open
EEPROM Boot, Program Run from ROMulator
FLASH (U26)
The FLASH RAM used in this product is a 1Mx16 120nS device. There is a sector of memory of
16Kwords available at the bottom of the memory array. This is intended for use as a boot sector, and can
be write protected to prevent erasure when updates to the system or algorithm software are being
programmed. This write protect is enforced or disabled by the state of the WP/ pin (14). This pin is under
software control by the CPU. When this pin is low, protection is enforced. When high, the boot sector may
be erased and re-programmed.
The RYBY/ pin (15) is an output flag of the internal status of the device. When this pin is low, it indicates
that the Flash is in the middle of an erase or programming cycle (busy). When this pin returns to a high
state, it indicates that the operation at hand has been completed and the device contents may be read in
the same manner as an EEPROM. The WE/ (11), CE/ (26), and OE/ (28) have the same function as
those on an EEPROM.
Erasure or in-circuit programming is accomplished by executing the erase or program command
sequence. These sequences initiate the proper embedded algorithm that ensures proper execution of the
desired command.
The RESET/ pin (12) is tied to the system level power-on reset. When this pin is low, it suspends any
operation that is in progress, and resets the internal state machines to reading array data. During powerup, the internal state machines are set up in this manner.
The BYTE/ pin (47) is pulled high to configure the Flash as a word mode device.
The CPU fetches its start-up instructions from the boot sector of this device. Once boot-up is complete, all
system control and DSP algorithm code is accessed from here as well. Under normal operating
circumstances, CS0/ from the CPU controls the CE/ pin of this device. This signal is labeled BOOTCS/,
and it is routed to the FLASH device by jumpering pins 1 and 2 on W4. During code development cycles,
CS1/ from the CPU is routed to the CE/ pin by jumpering pins 2 and 3 on W4. In this case, the chip select
signal is labeled PROGCS/. All code outside of low level booting may be executed from the memory
space occupied by CS1/. R88 acts as a pull-up for the FLASH CE/ pin.
EEPROM (U32)
The EEPROM is a 64Kx16 1Mbit device that serves as the primary boot code source during software
development. The WE/ pin (43) is pulled high by R160 to prevent inadvertent write cycles to the device
that would corrupt the resident code. The BOOTCS/ signal is routed to the CE/ pin (3) by placing a
jumper plug between pins 1 and 2 on W5. R187 serves as a default pull-up resistor. This device is not
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used in the released version of this product, and therefore is installed during software development cycles
only.
Emulator Support (J14)
The Emulator socket is designed to accept a 40-position emulator pod for boot code development. When
the pod is in place, it acts exactly like the EEPROM mentioned above. The BOOTCS/ signal is routed to
the chip enable pin by placing a jumper plug between pins 2 and 3 on W5. This device is not used in the
released version of this product, and therefore is installed during software development cycles only.
Reset Generator (U31)
The Reset Generator provides reliable one-shot pulses of both polarities to various components on the
Main Board and to all off-board peripheral devices that are required to initialize to a known state when
power is first applied. These pulses are approximately 3mS in duration, from the time that power is first
applied. The time constant is set by the value of C116, and is determined by the equation:
T D = (2.6 x 10 4 ) x C112
B
B
P
P
Where: T D is in seconds, C112 is in Farads.
B
B
Resistor R111 serves to eliminate false triggering of the output pulse by limiting the current flowing into
the CT pin (3). This impacts the T D value minimally, by slowing the rise time of the output pulse.
Generally, this is not critical, and therefore can be ignored. R110 provides a default pull-up of the RESIN/
pin (2), thereby enabling the reset circuit to work as intended. A test point (E6) has been provided so that
manual triggering of the reset may be accomplished by connecting the test point to ground momentarily.
This saves the trouble of having to power cycle the entire unit. C111 provides high frequency filtering of
the internal voltage reference at the REF pin (1). R113 provides a default pull-up for the RESET/ pin (5)
while R112 provides a default pull-down of the RESET pin (7). C114 is a standard power supply
decoupling capacitor.
B
B
Buffers, Level Shifters (Sheet 2)
This sheet contains a set of external registers for software control of certain external resources, as well as
level shifters interfacing the 5V and 3.3V domains.
Level Shifters (U36 and U37)
U37 is a bidirectional transceiver hardwired for signal flow from the A ports to the B ports. Signals
originating from the 3.3V domain are given a shift in level, making them compatible with the CMOS 5 volt
threshold of the CPU input pins. Five of the interrupt sources discussed in the previous section are
sourced from the FPGA directly to the processor after undergoing level shifting. U36 performs a similar
function with a byte wide data bus between the FPGA and the CPU. It should be noted that the FPGA is 5
volt tolerant on all of it’s I/O, and therefore needs not to have any 5V level signals attenuated to 3.3V.
When a memory access is made to the CS2/ space of the CPU, U36 is taken out of tristate and becomes
active. The BUFDIR signal as generated by the FPGA controls the direction flow of this device, that is to
say signal flow is from the CPU to the FPGA during write cycles, and from the FPGA to the CPU during
read cycles.
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External Registers (U20 and U21)
U20 and U21 are octal D-flops that provide software control for the following:
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Resets to the DSP engines
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Resets to the expansion ports
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Control of external trigger voltages
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Amplifier Soft Start and Main Relays
•
Status LEDs for debugging and boot monitoring
•
FLASH Write Protect
When the unit is powered up, these D-flops are cleared to zero, placing all DSPs and expansion ports into
a reset state. In addition, the external triggers, amp relays, and status LEDs are held in an inactive state.
The Flash boot sector write protect is active. These flops are strobed by an address decoded signal
provided by the CPLD on sheet seven of the schematic. Refer to the Programmers Guide Revision 6 for
further details regarding address decoding and bit field definition.
The test LED signals are also broken out to a row of test pads represented by J10.
RESET/ Buffer (U45)
U48 provides a buffered equivalent of the RESET/ signal to the FPGA, and to off-board components on
the Front Panel PCB, the Amplifiers, and the Video PCB. All reside within the 5 Volt domain.
Proprietary Algorithm DSP 1 and 2 Host Interface (Sheet 3)
This sheet contains the system clock generator, spread spectrum generator, and the host interface and
configuration blocks of both SHARC engines.
Clock Generator and Buffers (U46 and U47)
U47 is a standard Hex Inverter of which one stage is configured as a Colpitts Oscillator comprised of Y2,
R165, C159, and C160. This circuit generates a 12.500MHz square wave at CMOS levels. R165 provides
hysteresis for the gate, initiating and sustaining a reliable switching characteristic, while C159 and C160
provide the proper AC load to the reactive element of Y2. The second stage of this circuit is another gate
from the hex package that simply buffers the output of the oscillator, presenting a minimal load to it while
providing drive capability. Final buffering to the remainder of the 5V domain of this board is provided by
yet another gate from U47, while buffering to the 3.3V domain is provided by U46.
Spread Spectrum Generator (U48)
U48 is a device that deliberately introduces a certain amount of clock jitter to any clock provided to the
CKI pin (1). The purpose of this is to provide a quick solution to EMI emissions. By introducing a small
amount of jitter to the system, the overall emission level is averaged out over a very wide band of
frequencies, rather than isolated spikes of RF being emitted from a relatively low baseband of noise. The
effect is an instantaneous change in duty cycle of the output clock at any given time. The amount of
modulation is dependent on the state of the SS input pin (4). When this pin is high, the instantaneous duty
cycle of the clock at the CKO pin (5) may have increased or decreased by as much as 3.75%. When the
SS pin is low, the duty cycle variation is limited to 1.25%. The FS2 and FS1 pins (8 and 7) select the
frequency range that the input clock falls within. FB17 provides a cleaner equivalent of the 5V digital
supply rail to the Spread Spectrum device while C161 acts as a standard de-coupling capacitor.
As of this date, the Spread Spectrum operation has not been selected for use in this system. Resistors
R166 and R170 select between straight unmodified system clocking or spread spectrum clocking. The
default operation of this unit is with R166 in place: straight unmodified clocking.
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DSP 1 and 2 Configuration (U16 and U34)
DSP 1 and DSP 2 are Analog Devices ADSP21161N 32-bit SHARC Microcomputers. They come
packaged in a 255 position Ball Grid Array. The IO pins on these devices are not 5 volt tolerant,
necessitating the level shifters on sheet 2 of this schematic set. These DSP devices are responsible for
proprietary signal processing, such as Bass Management, Room Equalization, and LOGIC7 Surround
Decoding. These blocks represent the sections of the Proprietary Algorithm DSPs that configure their
default operation.
Clock I/O and Configuration
Device Pins: CLKIN (P12), XTAL (R13), CLKOUT (R9), CLK_CFG[1:0] (N12:13), CLKDBL/ (R12)
The DSP devices each have a clock input of 12.500 MHz, as provided by buffer gates U46. The clockinput pins CLKIN are impedance matched by R161 and R162. Since this topology uses an external
oscillator rather than a crystal, the XTAL pins on each device are left floating and unused. The core clock
frequency is derived from this input clock by internal PLL circuits. The PLLs are configured for X4
operation by the CLK_CFG[1:0] pins by hardwiring them to a binary value of 10, setting the core
frequency to 50MHz. This core frequency is then further multiplied by two, by hardwiring the CLKDBL/ pin
to a logic 0. This makes the final core frequency 100MHz. The CLKOUT pin on each device connects to a
test-point ACKO or BCKO depending upon which DSP device is of interest. The clock signals appearing
here are 2X the input clock, or 25.00 MHz.
Interrupt Requests
Device Pins: IRQ2/ (J1), IRQ1/ (H4), IRQ0/ (H2)
The ADSP21161N has provision for three interrupt sources. In this application, only one is used, IRQ0/,
with the unused IRQ lines pulled to an inactive high state. IRQ0/ monitors an active low interrupt provided
by the FPGA, which is generated coincident with the rising edge of the word clock divided by eight (i.e.
14.112MHz / 8 = 1.764MHz). Therefore, for every eight audio samples an interrupt is generated to the
DSPs.
Bus Arbitration
Device Pins: RBPA (B3), HBR/ (R10), HBG/ (R11), CS/ (N11), PA (R6), BR6/:BR1/ (M7, N7, P7, R7, N8,
P8), SBTS/ (P6), ID2 (J3), ID1 (J2), ID0 (J4)
These DSP devices operate independent of each other, therefore the bus arbitration capabilities of these
devices go unused and are wired to their inactive states. Since these devices share no resources each
DSP has an ID code of 000, as hardwired to the ID[2:0] pins.
JTAG Interface
Device Pins: EMU/ (C2), TMS (C1), TCK (D2), TRST/ (B1), TDI (B2), TDO (D1)
The DSPs support JTAG debugger access to the internal registers. Development code may also be
loaded via the JTAG port using the Analog Devices ICE development toolkit. The principle departure from
standard JTAG is the presence of the EMU/ signal. This is a status line that is read by the ICE tools. The
JTAG signals break out to JTAG connector J17. Jumpers W7 through W10 implement device selection for
JTAG. By selective jumpering one may talk to U16, U34, or U34 in series with U16. The following
diagrams illustrate the various configurations. This function is used only in development and as such is
not used in the standard build of this product. Note that R159 and R160 must be removed before using
JTAG as they provide default termination of the TRST and TCK pins during normal operation.
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U18
J17
TDI
TDO
TCK
TMS
EMU/
TRST
U37
TDI
TDO
TCK
TMS
EMU/
TRST
Series Connection
Diagram
4
5
6
7
W4
W5
W6
W7
U18 JTAG ENABLED
U37 JTAG ENABLED
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5
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U37 + U18 JTAG ENABLED
General Purpose I/O
Device Pins: FLAG[9:4] (F3, E3, F2, F4, F1, G3)
Each flag pin may be configured as input or an output. In this application the flag pins listed above are
configured by software as outputs. An internal register controls each flag output. They are used as test
bits that activate status LEDs for each device. U15 provides increased drive capability for each flag pin to
light the LEDs, while resistor networks RP1 through RP3 provide a default pull down state for these pins
when the DSPs are being configured during the boot phase. When the devices are unconfigured, these
flag pins default to input mode.
Note that FLAG0 is no longer used in this application. Its function is non-descriptor.
Proprietary DSP A SDRAM and Flash (Sheet 4)
This sheet shows the interconnection between DSP A and its SDRAM. It also illustrates the boot
configuration for DSP A.
SDRAM (U6)
Each SHARC is supported by a 2 Mbit x 32 100MHz SDRAM. The memory interface is implemented as
four banks of 256-words. Each successive 256-word page is accessed by bank switching. The memory
device itself is non-linear as access is defined by row column address multiplexing. The SDRAM
addressing scheme is implemented via a 10-bit wide address bus. The mapping is defined as:
Column Address:A[7:0]
Row Address: A[10:0]
Each 256-word page is accessed across four banks, with each bank selected by two bits BA[1:0].
The SHARC devices contain a memory interface controller, which multiplexes an array of internal address
bits into the row-column scheme illustrated above. An integral part of the address muxing is the
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incorporation of the bank bits within the address space. The following table illustrates the internal to
external address multiplexing.
SHARC DSP Internal to External Address bit mapping
Row Address
Bank Bits
Column Address
Internal
External
Internal
External
Internal
External
A[20:10]
A[10:0]
A[9:8]
A[14:13]
A[7:0]
A[7:0]
Memory access is contiguous with this scheme. The following diagram illustrates how each 256-word
page is interleaved in relation to the internal address.
Memory Interleave Diagram
0x0001FF
0x000200
0x0002FF
0x000300
0x0003FF
0x000400
0x0004FF
0x000500
0x0005FF
0x000600
0x0006FF
0x000700
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
1024 Words
0x0000FF
0x000100
Bank 3
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
1024 Words
0x000000
Bank 3
.......
0x0007FF
0x1FFCFF
0x1FFD00
0x1FFDFF
0x1FFE00
0x1FFEFF
0x1FFF00
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
1024 Words
0x1FFC00
Bank 3
0x1FFFFF
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Proprietary DSP A (U16)
The Memory interface and control block for U16 is shown on this page. The on-chip memory controller
provides all the necessary interface to the SDRAM. The DSP accesses the memory data bus 32-bits at
one time, eliminating the more conventional four data mask controls. These have been replaced by one
control signal DQM (P13) which acts like an output enable during read accesses. This device also allows
for four banks of memory and provides four chip select signals. As this application uses only one memory
device, MS0/ (N6) is the only chip select used. The WR/ (M9), RD/ (R8), BRST (N9), and ACK (M12) pins
are valid only in topologies where there is a bus master and a bus slave. As there is no host connection to
the DSPs through the Address and Data busses, and both DSPs are independent of each other, these
signals serve no function. They are connected to their analogous pins on DSP B and are pulled up by
internal resistors.
Boot Mode Configuration
The ADSP21161N supports a multitude of boot-up options. These options are chosen by hardwiring the
EBOOT (A5), LBOOT (A6), and BMS/ (A3) pins to the appropriate values. This application utilizes the
SPI boot option, therefore these pins are hardwired to a value of 010 via RP4 and R69-R71.
Proprietary Algorithm DSP B SDRAM and Flash (Sheet 5)
This sheet shows the interconnection between DSP B and its SDRAM. It also illustrates the boot
configuration for DSP B. The functionality of this page is identical to that of Sheet 4. Further discussion
would be redundant.
DSP SPI Serial and Link Ports (Sheet 6)
This sheet shows the interconnection between DSP A and DSP B, as well as the SPI host interface as
well as the audio data path into and out of the SHARCs.
SPI Interface
Signals: DSPASEL/, DSPASPICLK, DSPARXD, DSPATXD, DSPBSEL/
SPI is a serial interface protocol consisting of a four-wire interface: a chip select, two data pins, and a
clock pin. This interface runs in full duplex mode allowing the SHARC to simultaneously receive and
transmit data on the same port. The SHARCs are configured as slave devices to a master boot device.
The interface between the CPU and the SPI port on each SHARC is implemented in the FPGA. The
receive and transmit wires as well as the SPI clock are shared between the two DSPs, while selection of
the devices is accomplished with their individual chip select signals.
The SPI interface is essentially a shift register that serially transmits and receives data synchronously with
DSPASPICLK. When a SPI transfer occurs, data is shifted out of one end of the shift register on
DSPATXD and into the other end of the shift register on DSPARXD. SPI transfers to U16 are
accomplished by asserting DSPASEL/ and beginning the transfer. SPI transfers to U34 are accomplished
by asserting DSPBSEL/ and beginning the transfer. The internal registers of the SHARCs are accessed
sequentially with each transfer of a data byte.
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Link Ports
Signals: DSPABLDATA[7:0], DSPBALDATA[7:0], L0CLK, L0ACK, L1CLK, L1ACK
The link port is a full duplex pathway that allows 100MHz bit rate transfers of audio data between the
SHARCs. The L0DAT[07:00] ports on each device are configured as transmitters while the
L1DAT[07:00] ports are configured as receivers. Data is transmitted from U16 to U34 on
DSPABLDATA[7:0] synchronous with the clock sourced from the L0CLK pin on U16. U34 receives this
data on the rising edge of this clock. When a transfer is complete, U34 transmits an acknowledge signal
to U16 via the L0ACK signal. Transfers in the opposite direction are handled the same way, except that
the clock source is on U34 while the acknowledge source is on U16.
Currently this application is not using the link ports, and as such this interconnection is only a provision for
future enhancements of capability.
SPORT Data Ports
Signals: SPORT_CLK_A, SPORT_FS_A_N, DSPASP3FPGA, DSPASP0FPGA, SPORT_CLK_B,
SPORT_FS_B_N, DSPBSP3FPGA
Each SHARC has four SPORT data ports comprised of a frame sync signal, a serial clock, and two bidirectional data ports. U16 utilizes three of these ports. Port 0 is used as the receive data port, while Port
2 is used as a full duplex channel between U16 and U34. Port 3 is the return port for the Main Zone data.
Port 1 is unused. Timing is shared among all three used ports.
The SPORT data format is comprised of a serial bit stream of eight 32-bit samples, a serial shift clock and
a frame start signal. The audio data entering U16 on DSPASP0FPGA is comprised of samples from
either the system S/PDIF inputs, the outputs of the A/D Converters from the Analog IO Board, or the I 2 S
streams output from the Format Decoder DSP. The selection of which stream is sent along to the SHARC
is done via data multiplexing within the AVRX FPGA. The data is clocked into the input buffers on the
SHARC by SPORT_CLK_A while the beginning of the data frame is marked by SPORT_FS_A_N.
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SPORT data for the Main Zone is returned to the FPGA via DSPAP3FPGA. This data is synchronous
with SPORT_CLK_A with each frame start marked by SPORT_FS_A_N. This data is re-converted back
to the I 2 S format via a look-up table operation within the AVRX FPGA.
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DSPA2DSPB is a data path from U16 to U34 synchronous with SPORT_CLK_A and frame start marked
by SPORT_FS_A_N, while DSPB2DSPA is a data path from U34 to U16 synchronous with
SPORT_CLK_B and frame marked by SPORT_FS_B_N.
U34 provides a downmix data to the Analog IO Board via DSPBP3FPGA on SPORT port 3. This data is
converted back to I 2 S data via look-up table operation within the FPGA. This data is synchronous with
SPORT_CLK_B and frame start marked by SPORT_FS_B_N. SPORT port 0 on U34 is a full duplex
communication channel to U16, and performs the same function as port 2 on U16.
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The data ports are open drain, therefore need pull-up resistors R73, R74, and R140.
DSP/FPGA Power Conn. (Sheet 7)
This sheet shows the power and ground pin distribution within the SHARC devices and the regulator
scheme for the SHARC inner core power supply. This sheet also shows the glue logic CPLD and
interface to the VFD on the front panel.
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Power and Ground Distribution (U16 and U34)
The SHARC devices require two supply voltages. One voltage powers the 3.3V IO while the inner core of
the device runs off of 1.8V. There are 13 pins on each device that require 3.3V, 14 pins that require 1.8V,
and one pin that requires a separate 1.8V to power the internal PLL circuitry. There are twenty-six digital
logic ground pins and one analog ground pin for the PLL. When the SHARCs are first powered up, care
must be taken to ensure that the IO supply voltage does not come up faster than the core voltage supply
as destruction to the silicon would result. D37 and D47 are fast Schottky diodes rated at a forward current
of 1 amp. These diodes effectively clamp the 3.3V rail to the 1.8V rail, ensuring that the two sets of supply
pins will track each other during power up to a level of 1.8V, thereby ensuring a stable core voltage being
present before the IO voltage climbs to its stability point.
The AGND pin is tied to digital ground in this implementation.
1.8V Regulator Circuitry (U22 and U39)
U22 and U39 are Adjustable Low Dropout Voltage Regulators. Resistive dividers set the output voltages
for these devices; R77/R78 for U22 and R143/R144 for U39. The voltage is set by the following equation:
V OUT = V REF ( 1 + R77/R78 ) + I ADJ R78
B
B
B
B
B
B
Where: V REF = 1.25V, I ADJ = 60uA
B
B
B
B
Substitute R143 for R77, R144 for R78 for U42 programming.
C67 and C127 provide local filtering of the 5V supply feeding the regulators. C75 and C133 provide local
bulk capacitance to the 1.8V planes for each SHARC. At least one device from each of these pairs must
be a low ESR tantalum type, or the regulators will oscillate. Pins 2 and 4 of the regulators are electrically
the same pins, but they are shown connected together at the schematic level. R76 and R142 provide a
de-coupled 1.8V to the analog PLL supply pin on each SHARC while C73/C74 and C130/C131 provide
local high frequency de-coupling of this voltage.
The 1.8V planes for each device break out to test points +1.8V-A and +1.8V-B for ease of measurement.
Glue Logic CPLD (U44)
This device provides address decoded strobes for the external registers, the CPU clock, and the address
decoded control interface to the VFD.
CPUCLKI is a 6.25MHz clock signal that is derived by dividing the input clock CLK12500B by 2. This
clock is the system clock for the CPU on sheet 1.
RESREGDECL is decoded from chip select CPUCS3/, write strobe CPUWRL/, and the condition
CPUADDR[3:1]==000. The result is an active high strobe when a write operation is performed at CPU
address 0x00C00000. This strobe acts as a clock signal for register device U21 on sheet 2. The table on
the next page illustrates the register control.
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Address == 0x00C00000
07
AMPMRLY
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EXPBRST
05
EXPARST
04
ETRGEN1
03
ETRGEN0
02
DSPCRST
01
DSPBRST
00
DSPARST
AMPMRLY – Amp Mains Relay CTRL
= 0: Relay is open.
= 1: Relay is closed.
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EXPBRST – Expansion Slot 1 Reset
= 0: Expansion Slot 1 is reset.
= 1: Expansion Slot 1 is out of reset.
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EXPARST – Expansion Slot 0 Reset
= 0: Expansion Slot 0 is reset.
= 1: Expansion Slot 0 is out of reset.
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ETRGEN1 – External Trigger 1 Enable
= 0: External Trigger 1 is inactive.
= 1: External Trigger 1 is active.
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ETRGEN0 – External Trigger 0 Enable
= 0: External Trigger 0 is inactive.
= 1: External Trigger 0 is active.
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DSPCRST – Format DSP Reset
= 0: CS494001 is in reset.
= 1: CS494001 is out of reset.
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DSPBRST – SHARC U33 Reset
= 0: U33 is in reset.
= 1: U33 is out of reset.
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DSPARST – SHARC U16 Reset
= 0: U16 is in reset.
= 1: U16 is out of reset.
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External Register U21 bit map
RESREGDECH is decoded from chip select CPUCS3/, write strobe CPUWRH/, and the condition
CPUADDR[3:1]==000. The result is an active high strobe when a write operation is performed at CPU
address 0x00C00000. This strobe acts as a clock signal for register device U20 on sheet 2. The following
table illustrates the register control.
Address == 0x00C00000
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15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
BOOTLOCK
SOFTRLY
CPULED6 – Test LED D10
= 0: D10 is off
= 1: D10 is lit
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CPULED5 – Test LED D11
= 0: D11 is off
= 1: D11 is lit
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CPULED4 – Test LED D12
= 0: D12 is off
= 1: D12 is lit
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CPULED3 – Test LED D13
= 0: D13 is off
= 1: D13 is lit
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CPULED2 – Test LED D14
= 0: D14 is off
= 1: D14 is lit
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CPULED1 – Test LED D15
= 0: D15 is off
= 1: D15 is lit
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BOOTLOCK – Program Flash Boot Sector Lock
= 0: Boot sector is write protected
= 1: Boot sector is write enabled
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SOFTRLY – Amplifier Soft Relay
= 0: Soft Relay is open
= 1: Soft Relay is closed
External Register U20 bit map
Note that the U20 and U21 are word accesses to the same CPU address and that they are write only.
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DISP_RS is a decode of CPUCS3/ and the condition CPUADDR[3:1] == 001. This is an active low signal
and is a function bank select signal for the VFD.
DISP_RW is a read/write strobe for the VFD. When this signal is high, the VFD registers are in read
mode. When low, the registers are in write mode. This signal is a decode of CPURD/, CPUCS3/, and the
condition CPUADDR[3:1] == 001 or == 010.
DISP_E is a global enable of the VFD and is a decode of CPUCS3/ and CPUADDR[3:1] == 001 or ==
010. This is an active high signal.
VFD Data Bus Transceiver (U43)
This device is a byte wide, bi-directional tristate buffer interface for the VFD data bus. The buffer’s
direction and tristate controls are address decoded signals from CPLD U44. When write cycles are
performed to the VFD Display Control Register (CPU Address 0x00C00003) or the VFD Data Register
(CPU Address 0x00C00005), the tri-state buffer is enabled, and data flow is from the CPU to the VFD.
When read cycles are performed at these register locations, The buffer is enabled and data flow is from
the VFD to the CPU. When these register locations are not addressed for access, the tristate buffer is
disabled and the IO pins float.
Format DSP (Sheet 8)
This sheet contains the format DSP, associated FLASH RAM algorithm memory, timing circuitry, and
delay components necessary for proper interfacing between the DSP and RAM.
Format DSP (U25)
This device decodes all the “canned” algorithm information from the input data streams provided by the
FPGA. This device is a Crystal Semiconductor CS494001 Multi-Standard Audio Decoder. It is packaged
in a 144 pin LQFP. In truth, this decoder is actually two DSP engines in one package (DSPAB and
DSPC). Each engine has it’s own SPI port for host communication.
Power Up State
Signals: CRY_RESET/, FHS[2:0], UHS[2:0]
When the RV8 is first powered up, the Format DSP is placed in a reset state by the signal CRY_RESET/
going low. This signal is controlled by external register U21, which will hold U25 in reset until released by
the system software. When this reset is asserted high, pins FHS[2:0] and UHS[2:0] are sampled on the
rising edge of CRY_RESET/. FHS[2:0] sets the host interface mode for DSPAB to SPI serial mode by
hardwiring these pins to a binary value of 101. UHS[2:0] performs the same function for DSPC, and is
hardwired to a binary value of 101, again selecting SPI serial mode.
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SPI Interface
Signals: CRY_SCS/, CRY_SPICLK, CRY_RXD, CRY_TXD, CRY_INTREQ/, DSPASPICLK, DSPARXD,
DSPATXD, CRY_FCS/, CRY_FINTREQ/, HINBSY
During the boot phase of RV-8, algorithm code is loaded into the format FLASH and then into the onboard SRAM. All external memory is accessed through DSPC via its SPI port. As demonstrated with the
SHARC devices, the two SPI ports for DSPAB and DSPC are shared, with each one selected by
independent chip select signals. Host instructions to DSPC are transmitted from the FPGA via CRY_RXD.
Status from DSPC is transmitted back to the FPGA/Host via CRY_TXD. Data on both ports is
synchronous with CRY_SPICLK. All transfers to and from DSPC take place when CRY_SCS/ is asserted
low. DSPC only serves to interface to external memory. The available post-processing of audio data is
not utilized in this application. CRY_INTREQ/ is an open drain output that is asserted low when DSPC
has control data that requires host CPU attention. This signal is pulled up to +2.5V via a section of RP10.
DSPAB implements the following audio algorithms:
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Dolby Digital EXTM
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Dolby Pro Logic IITM
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DTS-ES 96/24TM
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DTS 96/24TM
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DTS-ES
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Discrete 6.1TM
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DTS-ES Matrix 6.1TM
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DTS Digital SurroundTM
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DTS Virtual 5.1TM
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Surround 6.1 (C.O.S. 6.1)TM
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THX Surround EXTM
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THX Ultra2 CinemaTM.
The I 2 S audio streams coming in to the Format Processor are interrogated via the DSPAB SPI port and its
status is reported back to the CPU. The SPI port for DSPAB is selected by asserting CRY_FCS/ low.
CRY_FINTREQ/ is an open drain output that is asserted low when DSPAB has control data that requires
the host CPU attention. This signal is pulled up to +2.5V by a 3.3K resistor.
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Provision is made to utilize the SPI signals for SHARC U16, DSPASPICLK, DSPARXD, and DSPATXD.
This provision would be selected by installing R101, R103, and R104 and de-installing R100, R102, and
R105. This provision is not implemented in this application.
HINBSY is an output signal the status of which is latched into a control register within the FPGA. The
CPU polls this register bit. If this bit is high, it indicates that either DSPAB or DSPC has not read data
written via SPI. No other data may be written until this bit is cleared to 0 internally.
All SPI signals are broken out to test points for ease of monitoring.
Unused Pins
Pins: CS/, WR/, RD/, A0, A1, HDATA[7:0], FA0, FA1, FDATA[7:0], CMPREQ, CMPCLK, CMPDAT,
LRCLKN, SCLKN, SDATAN[3:0]
All above listed pins function either as parallel host interface pins or as unused audio channel inputs. As
such they are unused in this application and therefore are pulled up to +2.5V by a section of RP7.
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Audio Input Port
Signals: DEC_IN_FSI, DEC_IN_SCKI, DEC_SDI
This port takes as input I 2 S audio data DEC_SDI synchronous with DEC_IN_SCKI. A frame start pulse is
also utilized, DEC_IN_FSI. These signals are sourced from the AVRX FPGA. This data is multiplexed into
the Format Decoder from one of two sources. I 2 S data may come from the Main zone S/PDIF input block
or from one of six ADCs on the Analog I/O Board.
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Chip Clock
Signals: CLK12500C, XTALO, PLLVDD, FILT1. FILT2, CLKSEL, PLLVSS
There are two possible methodologies of providing a global clock signal to the Format Decoder. The
default topology consists of U30, a 12.288MHz 3.3V oscillator. R107 places the output of U30 into the
path of the CLKIN pin. R108 ties the oscillator enable high, causing it to generate the clock.
The second clock source is from the system clock signal CLK12500C. R106 would pass this clock signal
along to the Format Decoder in this option. Naturally, the other two options would have to be disabled and
taken out of the path. This topology has been determined to be not practical due to the differences in
internal topologies between the Format Decoder and the SHARCs. As a result, this option is not
implemented.
FB13 provides a high frequency filtered version of the 2.5VA supply, which in turn is a high frequency
filtered version of the digital 2.5V supply. This double filtered supply voltage drives the internal Phase
Lock Loop of the Format Decoder at the PLLVDD pin. C100 provides local bulk capacitance for this
supply rail through the FILT1 pin.
The internal PLL circuitry requires external band-pass filtering, which is provided via the FILT2 pin by
R99, C98, and C99.
CLKSEL selects the source clock for all internal logic in the Format Decoder, and is controlled by
software. When this signal is low, the internal clock source is the internal PLL. When high, then all internal
logic is driven by the CLKIN pin directly. This signal is significant during the boot phase of RV-8 when the
algorithm FLASH U19 is being loaded. Writing to this FLASH can only happen reliably when CLKSEL is
high.
PLLVSS is connected to digital ground. This is the ground return pin for the internal PLL.
SDRAM Interface
Signals: SD_CS/, SDCKE/, SDCLKI, SDCLKO, DQM0/, DQM1/, SD_CAS/, SD_RAS/, SDWE/
SDRAM is not implemented for the Format Processor. As such, these pins are all pulled high by RP5,
RP6, and RP7.
FLASH Interface
Signals: CRY_NVCS/, CRY_NVWE/, CRY_FLCS/, CRY_NVOE/, DELWE/, NVCS, CRY_A[19:0],
CRY_D[7:0], GPIO20, GPIO21
The format processor utilizes a 512Kx8 FLASH RAM (U19) for algorithm storage. The algorithms are
loaded into the FLASH during the boot phase. Due to a bug in the silicon for the CS49400, the write
enable for the FLASH must be delayed approximately 10nS in relation to the address bus CRY_A[19:0].
This is accomplished by R50/C21 which slows down the falling edge of CRY_NVWE/, effectively delaying
it by approximately 5nS. This signal is OR’ed with the original CRY_NVWE/ to better align the rising edge
of DELWE/ with the address bus so that the hold time will not be violated. An additional 5nS is picked up
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from the propagation delay of a gate within U7. The resultant signal DELWE/ is the write enable for U19.
Software requirements dictate that the FLASH address space begin at 0x80000. U13 decodes out the
start address with chip select. When CRY_A19 is high and CRY_NVCS/ is low, pin 4 of U13 goes low.
This signal is used as the chip select for the FLASH, CRY_FLCS/.
Due to another bug within the CS49400, writing the FLASH must be accomplished by using GPIO20 and
GPIO21 as address pins. At the beginning of a write cycle to the FLASH, erase commands are sent to
specific addresses within the device. GPIO[21:20] take the place of CRY_A[1:0] during this phase of the
operation. During normal read operations, the GPIO pins are programmed to be always low, and
CRY_A[1:0] are passed along to U19 via OR-gates U7. During read cycles, DELWE/ is driven high while
the output enable signal CRY_NVOE/ is driven low, enabling the read buffers on U19. All data transfers
are eight-bits wide, and are accomplished via data bus CRY_D[7:0].
In future revisions of the CS49400 silicon, all delay and logic steering circuitry will be designed out.
Provision to remove the delay elements from the circuit is provided by R51, R52, R54, and R56.
Audio Output Port
Signals: DEC_MCKI, DEC_OUT_SCKI, DEC_OUT_FSI, DEC_SDO[3:0]
The Format Decoder outputs four I 2 S audio data streams to the AVRX FPGA, DEC_SDO[3:0]. These are
multiplexed to an eight channel serial interface that is in the Analog Devices SPORT mode. This eight
channel interface drives the SPORT inputs of the SHARCs. The serial bits are synchronous with
DEC_OUT_SCKI, which is equal to 64 * FS. DEC_OUT_FSI is the audio output sample rate clock.
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Output Port Map Table
Pin Number
Pin Name
Signal
Map
110
AUDATA0
DEC_SDO0
Left/Right
109
AUDATA1
DEC_SDO1
Center/Sub
107
AUDATA2
DEC_SDO2
Left Surround/Right Surround
106
AUDATA3
DEC_SDO3
Downmix OR Left Back/Right Back
DEC_MCKI is the master serial bit clock for the Format Decoder, and is provided by the AVRX FPGA, as
are DEC_OUT_SCKI and DEC_OUT_FSI.
Test Pins
Signals: TEST, DBCK, DBDA, FDBDA, FDBCK
These pins are pulled up to +2.5V via RP8 for normal operation, with the exception of TEST, which is
pulled down. These pins are for internal testing by the manufacturer and serve no useful function to this
application.
Power Supply and Ground
Signals: +2.5VD, +3.3VD, DGND
The CS49400 operates with 3.3V I/O and a core voltage of 2.5V. There are seven core voltage pins tied
to +2.5VD by a mini-plane on the PCB and four I/O voltage pins tied to the system wide 3.3VD plane.
Diode D24 is a fast SCHOTTKY device rated with a forward current of 1A. The diode clamps the core
voltage supply pins to the I/O supply pins. This ensures that the I/O pins will track the core voltage at
power-up. Destruction of the chip could result if the I/O voltage rises faster than the core voltage. With
this topology, the 3.3VD supply will be pulled along with the 2.5VD supply if the 3.3V supply is slow in
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coming up. This is a likely scenario given the fact that the 3.3V rail is more heavily loaded than the 2.5V
rail.
There are seven ground pins associated with the core supply, and four associated with the I/O supply. In
addition, there are five no connect pins that are recommended by the manufacturer to be tied to GND. All
sixteen pins are tied to the DGND system plane.
Algorithm Storage FLASH RAM (U19)
The FLASH RAM is an ATMEL AT29LV040A 4Mbit device, organized as 512Kx8. 3.3 volts power this
device. It operates much like an EEPROM. Read cycles are identical to PROM operation with data output
on CRY_D[7:0] when chip select and output enable are both low. The output buffers enter a high
impedance state when either of these signals is high.
This device uses software data protection programming. Prior to writing data to this device, a series of
three programming commands must be presented at specific addresses. Data will not be written without
this sequence. The FLASH is organized as 2048 sectors of 256 bytes each. If any data within a sector is
to be changed, then the entire sector must be programmed. Each sector is erased automatically prior to
writing. Writing occurs when the WE/ and CE/ pins are low, and OE/ is high.
Main FPGA (Sheet 9)
This page contains the AVRX FPGA, which performs many salient functions to the main board. It is
packaged in a 208-pin QFP package. The AVRX FPGA converts and routes various digital audio formats
among the system I/O connectors and DSP processors, and has Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) ports
that provide the means for the host processor to communicate to the system peripherals. It also has an
I2C interface for host communication to the video codec and it has interfaces for the IR remote control
and rotary encoder.
AVRX (U41)
Functionality is implemented within a Xilinx XC2S200 device. This device contains 200,000 logic gates,
75,264-bits of distributed RAM, and 56K bits of block RAM. 2.5V for core operation and 3.3V for IO
operation powers it. The FPGA may be configured either by the system software during the boot phase,
or by a 128K serial FLASH PROM during development.
Configuration
Resistors R157 and R158 select the programming mode of the FPGA. The default condition with R158
installed and R157 uninstalled configures the device as a slave operating in serial mode. In this operating
mode, the programming data is loaded into the device via the DIN_DATA0 pin (153) with the rising edge
of the signal appearing at the CCLK pin (155). The host processor provides both signals. In the
alternative scheme, R158 is uninstalled and R157 is installed. This places the FPGA in master serial
mode. This is appropriate for loading from a serial EPROM. In this mode of operation, the FPGA provides
a shift clock out of the CCLK pin to the programming EPROM, which in turn shifts programming data into
the DIN_DATA0 pin synchronous with this clock.
Resistors R128 through R131, R133 through R135, and R148 through R151 configure the source of
programming. The default condition routes the serial data and shift clock from the host CPU. In addition,
the INIT/, PROGRAM/, and DONE pins of the FPGA are routed to the host. The following table illustrates
the configuration for this mode.
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FPGA Programming Source Configuration Table
FPGA PROGRAMMING CONFIGURATION
R128
R129
R130
R131
R133
R134
R135
R148
R149
R150
R15
1
R157
R158
MODE
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
Host
Programming
(Default)
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
EPROM
Programming
(Development)
Host Bus Interface
Signals: CPUADDR[9:0], LVDATA[7:0], CPUCS2/, CPUWRL/, CPURD/, BUFDIR, CPUCLKOUT, RESET/
The AVRX FPGA internal registers are contained entirely within the CS2/ memory space of the host CPU.
Therefore, the memory space that these registers occupy begins at a base address of 0x00800000.
Register accesses are implemented over a byte wide data bus LVDATA[7:0] with 1Kbytes of addressing
implemented over a 10-bit wide address bus CPUADDR[9:0]. Write accesses are made when the host
CPU asserts CPUWRL/ and CPUCS2/ to low states. Read accesses are made when the host CPU
asserts CPURD/ and CPUCS2/ to a low state.
The FPGA has 5 volt tolerant IO, so the address, chip select, read and write control lines come directly
from the CPU. During read cycles, the FPGA places data on the bus at 3.3V logic levels. This must be
level shifted into the 5V domain to be reliably read by the CPU. The bi-directional ports on sheet two of
this schematic provides this level translation to and from the CPU. The direction of these level-shifting
transceivers is controlled by BUFDIR. This signal is low during write cycles to the FPGA, and high during
read cycles from the FPGA.
CPU accesses to and from the FPGA are synchronous with the core frequency of the host processor,
25MHz. This clock is provided by the host to the FPGA as CPUCLKOUT.
RESET/ is a power-up reset signal that clears the state of the internal registers to zero. This signal serves
little more purpose than to be a fail safe mechanism to ensure proper resetting of the FPGA, as this
device is cleared whenever the power to the unit is removed. The FPGA is re-configured at each powerup and boot phase.
Interrupt Sources
Signals: WCLKDIV8INT/, LVKYBDIRQ/, LVDSPABIRQ/, LVCRYIRQ/, LVVIDTUNIRQ/
WCLKDIV8INT/ is an interrupt to the SHARC DSPs that occurs once every eight audio samples being
presented to the SPORT IO.
LVKYBDIRQ/ is an interrupt to the host CPU that is generated each time a button on the front panel is
pressed. A second interrupt is generated when the key is released. This carries a host interrupt priority of
level 0. This interrupt is level shifted to 5V prior to being presented to the CPU.
LVDSPABIRQ/ is an interrupt to the host CPU that is generated whenever a read or write transaction via
the SHARC SPI ports has been completed. This carries a host interrupt priority of level 2. This signal is
level shifted to 5V prior to being presented to the CPU. At present, this interrupt is masked off and unused
by system software.
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LVCRYIRQ/ is an interrupt to the host CPU that is generated whenever a read or write transaction via the
Format Decoder SPI ports has been completed. This carries a host interrupt priority of level 3. This signal
is level shifted to 5V prior to being presented to the CPU. At present, this interrupt is masked off and
unused by system software.
LVVIDTUNIRQ/ is an interrupt to the host CPU that generated whenever RDS data from the tuner module
is ready to be read by the CPU. This interrupt is a shared resource with the video board. It carries an
interrupt priority of level 7. This signal is level shifted to 5V prior to being presented to the CPU. At
present, this interrupt is masked off and unused by system software.
Front Panel Interface
Signals: FP_IR_IN1, FP_SDATA_IN, FP_SDATA_OUT, FP_SDATA_CLK, FP_SDATA_LTCH,
FP_ENCA_IN, FP_ENCB_IN
FP_IR_IN1 is a signal from the front panel remote control infra-red detector. The data from this detector is
a serial bit stream that represents commands that change operative modes of the RV8. When a low to
high transition has been detected from the IR receiver, the internal state machine checks to make sure
the incoming signal is a valid command stream by checking the period of the low to high and high to low
transitions. If it is not, then the state machine waits for another low to high transition in the detector
stream.
If the incoming stream is a valid command stream, then the data extracted is compared to a look-up table
of valid code values. This value is then stored in a RAM buffer that is polled by the host CPU.
FP_SDATA_IN is part of a four-wire interface that controls the front panel LED display and pushbutton
matrix. This signal is a return stream of data reporting front panel button status to the host CPU. Changes
in button status are serially transmitted to the AVRX FPGA where current status is XOR’ed with the
previous status of the last scan. A retriggerable timer is armed whenever the XOR gate is activated
indicating a change in any of the buttons. This timer sends a host interrupt after button activity has
stabilized for three milliseconds. This three millisecond period filters any switch bounce.
FP_SDATA_OUT is the transmitting stream from the main board to the front panel that controls the LED
illumination that is part of the user interface. LED data is written to a RAM buffer internal to the FPGA and
is transmitted up to the front panel at a bit rate of 1MHz.
SDATA_CLK is the clock signal that controls the serial shift of data up and back from the front panel.
FP_SDATA_LTCH is a signal that marks the beginning of an eight bit sample being transmitted to the
front panel.
This four-wire interface works in conjunction with an FPGA on the front panel PCB. Refer to the theory of
operation for this board for further details.
FP_ENCA_IN and FP_ENCB_IN comprise a two-wire quadrature signal from the rotary encoder on the
front panel. The direction of rotation of the encoder is determined by the relative position of a rising edge
on FP_ENCB_IN compared to FP_ENCA_IN. When the encoder is rotated clockwise, the rising edge of
FP_ENCB_IN occurs during a high cycle of FP_ENCA_IN. When the encoder is rotated counterclockwise, the edge occurs during a low cycle. The AVRX FPGA debounces the signals from the rotary
encoder, and uses the debounced signals to control a four position Gray Code counter. This counter can
be read by software to determine the position of the encoder.
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Digital Audio I/O
Signals: SPDIF_COAX_IN[4:1], SPDIF_OPTO_IN[4:1], DIG_REC_OUT
Provision is made within the RV-8 for eight S/PDIF inputs, four from coaxial sources, and four from optical
fiber sources. The coax sources are signal conditioned and buffered prior to being routed to the AVRX
FPGA. The optical sources require no additional conditioning and so are routed directly to the AVRX from
the TORX connectors. The AVRX determines the word clock from incoming S/PDIF samples via phase
comparison with the system word clock from the on-board PLL circuitry. The PLL is adjusted until the
system word clock is the same as the S/PDIF word clock. The S/PDIF inputs are sampled with a clock
that is 1024 times the sample rate in 96/88.2 KHz mode and 2048 times the sample rate in 48/44.1 kHz
mode to compensate for sources that display a significant amount of jitter. This oversample scheme
eliminates the need for a two stage PLL. The S/PDIF channel status bits from all channels may be read
through the host interface.
DIG_REC_OUT is sourced from the AVRX FPGA. SPORT data from the downmix port of the SHARCs or
digital audio data from the Record Zone DAC is converted to a Bi-phase mark signal with parity added by
the AVRX.
Format Decoder Interface
Signals: CRY_CLKSEL, CRY_TXD, CRY_RXD, CRY_SPICLK, CRY_FCS/, CRY_SCS/, CRY_INTREQ/,
CRY_FINTREQ/, HINBSY, DEC_IN_FSI, DEC_IN_SCKI, DEC_SDI, DEC_MCKI, DEC_OUT_SCKI,
DEC_OUT_FSI, DEC_SDO[3:0]
CRY_CLKSEL is a programmable bit within the MUTE/IR control register that sets the internal operating
speed of the Format Decoder. When this bit is high, the internal logic of the Format Decoder runs at the
input clock rate. When low, the Format Decoder runs at the higher frequency of its internal PLL. The
power up mode of this pin is low.
CRY_TXD transmits control data to the Format Decoder utilizing a modified SPI (Serial to Parallel
Interface) protocol. Control data is written to the internal Format Decoder SPI Control RAM by the system
software and serially shifted out via this pin.
CRY_RXD receives control status information from the Format decoder in serial form. This data is stored
within the Format Decoder SPI Status RAM and is polled by the system software.
CRY_SPICLK is the shift clock used by the SPI protocol to serially shift data into and out of the Format
Decoder. The speed of this clock is controlled by CRY_CLKSEL. This clock must be in slow mode when
programming the Format Decoder FLASH RAM during boot up.
CRY_FCS/ is the chip select for the DSPAB section of the Format Decoder. This chip select is enabled
when bit 0 in the SPI Chip Select Register is set high. This register bit must be set before data is written
to the Format Decoder SPI Control RAM. The DSPAB section of the Format Decoder is responsible for all
algorithm decoding as listed on page 6-27. SPI transfers are initiated when the Format Decoder SPI DMA
Block Size Register is loaded with the number of bytes to be transferred. When a transaction has been
completed, the host processor must reset the chip select bit low.
CRY_SCS/ is the chip select for the DSPC section of the Format Decoder. This chip select is enabled
when bit 1 in the SPI chip select register is set high. This register bit must be set before data is written to
the Format Decoder SPI Control RAM. The DSPC section of the Format Decoder is responsible only for
accessing the FLASH device attached to the Format Decoder. SPI transactions are handled in the same
manner as for CRY_FCS/.
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CRY_INTREQ/ is an interrupt line that indicates that DSPC has out-going control data and should be
serviced by the host CPU. When this interrupt occurs, bit 2 in the Interrupt Status Register is set. This bit
is then cleared after the host CPU polls this register. This interrupt is active low.
CRY_FINTREQ/ is an interrupt line that indicates that DSPAB has out-going control data and should be
serviced by the host CPU. When this interrupt occurs, bit 3 in the Interrupt Status Register is set. This bit
is then cleared after the host CPU polls this register. This interrupt is active low.
HINBSY is a status signal from the Format Decoder that indicates that control data written via the SPI
port has not yet been read by the decoder. This signal serves as a hold-off for the host CPU, preventing it
from over-writing control data before it has a chance to be implemented by the Format Decoder. The
state of this signal is stored within the Serial Interface Status Register at bit 7, which is continuously
polled by the host processor. When this bit is set high, the host will not write any further instructions via
the SPI port until the system software sees this bit UN-set to zero again.
DEC_IN_FSI is the word clock output to the Format Decoder that operates at 44.1kHz or 48kHz,
dependent upon the sampling rate of the source material multiplexed in on the DEC_SDI signal.
DEC_IN_SCKI is the sample clock 64FS output to the Format Decoder. DEC_SDI is synchronous with
this clock.
DEC_SDI is the I 2 S formatted audio data input to the Format Decoder. Audio data from the system
S/PDIF inputs or from the signal MAIN_I2S_IN1 is multiplexed down to this one signal.
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DEC_MCKI is the bit clock of the DEC_SDI stream and equivalent to 256FS.
DEC_OUT_SCKI is the sample clock 64FS output from the Format Decoder. Signals DEC_SDO[3:1] are
synchronous with this clock.
DEC_OUT_FSI is the word clock output from the Format Decoder that marks the sample frames on the
DEC_SDO outputs.
DEC_SDO[3:0] are the four data output streams from the Format Decoder. These streams carry the 5.1
decoded audio data. This data is further format for compliance to the Analog Devices SPORT
specification and routed to the SHARC devices.
SHARC Interface
Signals: DSPATXD, DSPARXD, DSPASPICLK, DSPASEL/, DSPBSEL/, DSPASP3FPGA,
DSPBSP3FPGA, DSPASP0FPGA, SPORT_CLKA_A, SPORT_FS_A_N, SPORT_CLK_B,
SPORT_FS_B_N
DSPATXD transmits control data to the SHARCs utilizing the Analog Devices SPI (Serial to Parallel
Interface) protocol. Control data is written to the internal SPI Control RAM by the system software and
serially shifted out via this pin. This signal is shared between both SHARC devices.
DSPARXD receives control status information from the SHARCs in serial form. This data is stored within
the SPI Control Status RAM and is polled by the system software. This signal is shared between both
SHARC devices.
DSPASPICLK is the shift clock used by the SPI protocol to serially shift data into and out of SHARCs.
DSPASEL/ is the chip select for the SPI port on SHARC1 (U18). This signal enables SPI communications
with U18. Setting bit 4 in the SPI Chip Select Register high enables it. Once this bit is set, then control
data is written to the SPI Control RAM, then the number of bytes to be shifted out on DSPATXD is written
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to the SPI DMA Block Size Register. Once this register is written, then a SPI transfer occurs to the
SHARC. When the transfer is done, the host CPU is interrupted by DSPABIRQ/. The system software
must then clear bit 4 in the SPI Chip Select Register to zero.
DSPBSEL/ is the chip select for the SPI port on SHARC2 (U37). This chip select is enabled by writing a
one to bit 5 in the SPI Chip Select Register. Transfers to SHARC2 are implemented in the same fashion
as described under DSPASEL/.
DSPASP3FPGA is the DOWNMIX audio return signal from SHARC1 in SPORT format. The data present
in this stream is converted to S/PDIF and I 2 S formats and mapped via Look-Up Table to the output ports.
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SPORT_CLK_A is the serial shift clock for the data present on DSPASP3FPGA and DSPASP0FPGA.
SPORT_FS_A_N is the frame sync signal for DSPASP3FPGA and DSPASP0FPGA.
DSPASP0FPGA is an input data stream in SPORT format to SHARC1. Samples from the outputs of the
Format Decoder and from the various system inputs are multiplexed and mapped through the Input
Source Look-Up Table to this data signal.
DSPBSP3FPGA is the MAIN audio return signal from SHARC2 in SPORT format. The data present in
this stream is converted to S/PDIF and I 2 S formats and mapped via Look-Up Table to the output ports.
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SPORT_CLK_B is the serial shift clock for the data present on DSPBSP3FPGA.
SPORT_FS_B_N is the frame sync signal for DSPBSP3FPGA.
Video Interface
Signals: SYNC_DETECT, OSD_CS/, VIDEO_SCLK, VIDEO_DATA, VIDEO_REG, VID_I2C_DATA,
VID_I2C_SCLK
SYNC_DETECT is a signal that indicates the presence or absence of video synchronization from the
Video Board. This signal is stored in the Interrupt Status Register at bit 7. There is no interrupt assigned
to this signal, so the host processor simply polls this bit for its status.
OSD_CS/ is the chip select for the Fujitsu MB90092 OSD Controller device located on the Video Board.
This signal becomes active when transfers are initiated via the Video/OSD SPI interface. Transfer
initiation takes place when the two-byte commands for the MB90092 have been written to the OSD
Controller RAM. While the transfer is in progress, bit 6 is set in the Serial Interface Status Register.
VIDEO_SCLK, VIDEO_DATA, and VIDEO_REG comprise the remainder of the SPI interface to the OnScreen Display controller and the video board control logic. Instructions are sent from either the OSD
control RAM or the Video control RAM inside the FPGA. The OSD control RAM is used to store the twobyte commands that are sent to the OSD controller on the video board. The contents of the entire RAM
are shifted out of VIDEO_DATA synchronous with VIDEO_SCLK when a byte is written to the lower order
byte RAM. A status bit is set in the Serial Interface Status Register while the OSD RAM contents are
being shifted out. VIDEO_REG acts as a latch enable for the parallel register devices on the video board.
The Video Control RAM stores the instructions for the video logic. The entire contents of this RAM are
transmitted when a byte is written to address 6 within this RAM block.
VID_I2C_SDATA and VID_I2C_SCLK comprise the I 2 C control interface to the video CODEC. The host
CPU writes data to storage registers within the FPGA, which in turn is transmitted to the CODEC using
the I 2 C protocol.
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Tuner Board Control Interface
Signals: ADA_TUN_CE/, TUN_RDS_CLK, TUN_RDS_DAT
ADA_TUN_CE/ is a chip select that enables SPI transfers to the Tuner Board. The rest of the SPI port is
comprised of ADA_SDATA_IN, ADA_SDATA_OUT, and ADA_LATCH from the Analog Board Control
Interface. Currently the tuner board does not utilize a SPI interface, so the chip select signal is not used.
TUN_RDS_DAT is a bi-directional signal that comprises part of an I 2 C interface to the Tuner Board.
Control register addresses and data are serially shifted up to the tuner board synchronous with the rising
edge of TUN_RDS_CLK.
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Analog Board Control Interface
Signals: ADA_SDATA_OUT, ADA_SDATA_IN, ADA_SCLK, ADA_LATCH, ADA_VC_SEL/,
ADA_TUN_CE/, TUN_RDS_CLK, TUN_RDS_DAT
These signals comprise the SPI interface to the Analog Board. Control data to the CODECs is transmitted
from the FPGA via ADA_SDATA_OUT and status information is received via ADA_SDATA_IN. Both
signals are synchronous with serial shift clock ADA_SCLK. Control data is latched into an eight-bit
register on the Analog Board when ADA_LATCH is in a high state; this occurs at the end of every sample
byte transmitted. ADA_VC_SEL/ is a chip select that enables SPI transfers to the volume controller
devices on the Analog Board. ADA_TUN_CE/ is a chip select that enables SPI transfers to the Tuner
Board. Currently, the Tuner Board does not use SPI control, so this signal is unused.
Analog Board Audio Interface
Signals: REC_ADC_FS/, REC_ADC_FS64/, REC_DAC_FS/, REC_DAC_FS64/, MAIN_FS/,
MAIN_FS64/, MAIN_I2S_OUT[4:1], REC_DAC_I2S_OUT, MAIN_I2S_IN[4:1]
MAIN_I2S_IN1 is the serial data stream sourced from the MAIN A/D Converter on the Analog Board to
the AVRX FPGA. This I 2 S stream is the 24-bit left and right channel data encoded from a selected
left/right analog input pair, the phono preamplifier, microphone 1, microphone 2, or tuner.
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MAIN_I2S_IN2 is the serial data stream sourced from the C/SUB A/D Converter on the Analog Board to
the AVRX FPGA. This I 2 S stream is the 24-bit left and right channel data encoded from the number-four
left/right analog input pair.
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MAIN_I2S_IN3 is the serial data stream sourced from the SIDE A/D Converter on the Analog Board to
the AVRX FPGA. This I 2 S stream is the 24-bit left and right channel data encoded from the number-five
left/right analog input pair.
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MAIN_I2S_IN4 is the serial data stream sourced from the REC A/D Converter on the Analog Board to the
AVRX FPGA. This I 2 S stream is the 24-bit left and right channel data encoded from a selected left/right
analog input pair, the phono preamplifier, microphone 1, microphone 2, or tuner. These analog sources
are level controlled prior to conversion.
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Note that in all cases, the analog sources are level controlled prior to conversion.
REC_ADC_FS/ is the Left/Right framing signal for MAIN_I2S_IN4 sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the
REC A/D Converter on the Analog Board.
REC_ADC_FS64/ is the serial clock for the MAIN_I2S_IN4 data streams. This is sourced from the AVRX
FPGA to the REC A/D Converter on the Analog Board.
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MAIN_I2S_OUT1 is the 24-bit serial data stream sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the LEFT/RIGHT
FRONT D/A Converter on the Analog Board.
MAIN_I2S_OUT2 is the 24-bit serial data stream sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the CENTER/SUB D/A
Converter on the Analog Board.
MAIN_I2S_OUT3 is the 24-bit serial data stream sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the LEFT/RIGHT SIDE
D/A Converter on the Analog Board.
MAIN_I2S_OUT4 is the 24-bit serial data stream sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the LEFT/RIGHT
REAR D/A Converter on the Analog Board.
MAIN_FS/ is the Left/Right framing signal for the MAIN_I2S_IN[3:1] and the MAIN_I2S_OUT[4:1] data
streams sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the MAIN, C/SUB, and SIDE A/D and D/A Converters on the
Analog Board.
MAIN_FS64/ is the serial clock for the MAIN_I2S_IN[3:1] and the MAIN_I2S_OUT[4:1] data streams.
This is sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the MAIN, C/SUB, and SIDE A/D and D/A Converters on the
Analog Board.
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT is the 24-bit data stream sourced from the AVRX FPGA to the Record Zone D/A
converter on the Analog Board.
REC_DAC_FS/ is the Left/Right framing signal for REC_DAC_I2S_OUT. It is sourced from the AVRX to
the Record Zone D/A converter.
REC_DAC_FS64/ is the serial clock for REC_DAC_I2S_OUT.
The Zone 2 left/right VAR and FIX outputs are sourced by the Record Zone D/A converter.
Power Amplifier SPI Control
Signals: CTRL_DATA, STAT_DATA, SER_CLKA, DATA_LATCHA, CTRL_DATB, STAT_DATB,
SER_CLKB, DATA_LATCHB
STAT_DATA is the receive path from the four-channel power amplifier. Data from this signal is stored in a
2x8 bit RAM internal to the AVRX, from which the host may determine the ready status and clip status of
each channel. The following table illustrates the mapping of the internal RAM.
Address
Bits
Signal
Base + 0
7:0
Control bits [7:0] from the previous SPI cycle
Base + 1
7:4
Clip Indicator for Channels 4:1 (CLIP[4:1])
Base + 1
3:0
Ready monitor for channels 4:1 (RDY_MON[4:1])
Four Channel Status RAM Table
CTRL_DATA is the transmit path to the four-channel power amplifier. Control data from the Host CPU is
loaded into an internal 2x8 bit RAM that is in turn serially shifted out to the four-channel amplifier board.
The only control data currently being transmitted is in the form of four ready acknowledge bits, each of
which activates a relay that places the speaker terminals into circuit with the amplifier outputs. The table
on the next page illustrates the mapping of the internal RAM.
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Address
Bits
Signal
Base + 0
3:0
Ready control for channels 4:1 (RDY_CON[4:1])
Base + 0
7:4
(Not used)
Base + 1
7:0
(Not used)
Four Channel Control RAM Table
SER_CLKA is the serial shift clock with which the control and status data are synchronous.
DATA_LATCHA is the signal that latches control and status data into registers when a full byte of data
has been transmitted or received.
STAT_DATB is the receive path from the three-channel power amplifier. Data from this signal is stored in
a 2x8 bit RAM internal to the AVRX, from which the host may determine the ready status and clip status
of each channel. The following table illustrates the mapping of the internal RAM.
Address
Bits
Signal
Base + 0
7:0
Control bits [7:0] from the previous SPI cycle
Base + 1
2:0
Ready monitor for channels 7:5 (RDY_MON[7:5])
Base + 1
3
(Not used)
Base + 1
6:4
Clip indicator for channels 7:5 (CLIP7:5)
Base + 1
7
(Not used)
Three Channel Status RAM Table
CTRL_DATB is the transmit path to the three-channel power amplifier. Control data from the Host CPU is
loaded into an internal 2x8 bit RAM that is in turn serially shifted out to the three-channel amplifier board.
The only control data currently being transmitted is in the form of three ready acknowledge bits, each of
which activates a relay that places the speaker terminals into circuit with the amplifier outputs. The
following table illustrates the mapping of the internal RAM.
Address
Bits
Signal
Base + 0
2:0
Ready control for channels 7:5 (RDY_CON[7:5])
Base + 0
7:3
(Not used)
Base + 1
7:0
(Not used)
Three Channel Control RAM Table
SER_CLKB is the serial shift clock with which the control and status data are synchronous.
DATA_LATCHB is the signal that latches control and status data into registers when a full byte of data
has been transmitted or received.
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VCO Clock Control
Signals: MAIN_PLL_PUMP_UP, MAIN_PLL_PUMP_DN, MAIN_PLL_LOCK_DN/,
MAIN_PLL_FPGA_MCKO, ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_UP, ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_DN,
ZONE2_PLL_LOCK_DN/, REC_DAC_SEL[1:0], ZONE2_PLL_FPGA_MCKO, AUDIO_OSC
The AVRX FPGA uses the output frequency of each VCO implemented on RV-8 as a 512FS master clock
at 44.1/48kHz and a 256FS master clock at 88/96kHz. Within the AVRX, the incoming clock frequencies
are divided by 512 or 256 and is phase compared to a corresponding frequency derived from the
reference clock source. This clock reference is derived from the S/PDIF sample rate, or it can be derived
from the fixed crystal reference signal AUDIO_OSC. When the incoming master clock is too low
compared to the reference, a series of active high pulses are sent to the VCO forcing it to increase the
output frequency until a phase match occurs between the reference and the master clock. When the
incoming master clock frequency is too high compared to the reference, a series of active low pulses are
sent to the VCO forcing it to throttle back on the output frequency until phase match occurs. When the
two are matched, a series of low going pulses to the VCO that sustains oscillation at a stable point.
Further discussion as to the theory of VCO operation will be made later in this document.
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_UP is an active low signal that forces the master clock to increase in frequency when
the master clock rate is lower than the reference frequency.
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_DN/ is an active low signal that forces the master clock from the VCO to decrease in
frequency when the master clock rate is higher than the reference frequency.
MAIN_PLL_LOCK_DN/ is an active low signal that keeps the master clock from the VCO at a stable rate
of oscillation when the master clock is equal to the reference frequency.
MAIN_PLL_FPGA_MCKO is the master clock output from the VCO for the Main Zone.
A set of analogous signals exists for the Zone 2 PLL circuitry. Their function is exactly the same as their
Main Zone counterparts, so further discussion would be redundant. The signals in question are:
ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_UP, ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_DN/, ZONE2_PLL_LOCK_DN/, and
ZONE2_PLL_FPGA_MCKO.
The Zone 2 D/A and A/D converter master clocks may be sourced from either the Main or Zone 2 VCOs.
Two control register bits within the Clock Source Select #2 register make the source selection. The
following table further illustrates the selection conditions.
Master Clock Source Select Table
Master Clock Source Select
05
03
REC_ADC_MCKI/
REC_DAC_MCKI/
0
0
ZONE 2 PLL
ZONE 2 PLL
0
1
ZONE 2 PLL
MAIN ZONE PLL
1
0
MAIN ZONE PLL
ZONE 2 PLL
1
1
MAIN ZONE PLL (Default)
MAIN ZONE PLL (Default)
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Expansion Slots
Signals: EXP[17:0]
The RV-8 has built in capacity for future expansion capabilities. A general purpose 18-bit bus is shared
between two expansion ports. To date, the only use for this expansion bus is for a test fixture that may be
plugged into either port to test continuity of the signals to the FPGA. Beyond this, there are no clear
definitions of signal function for this bus.
FPGA Flash (Sheet 10)
This page contains the configuration FLASH EPROM for the AVRX FPGA, FPGA configuration indicator,
the audio reference clock generator, and the Expansion slot connectors.
Configuration FLASH EPROM (U40)
This device is a Xilinx XC18V02 2Mbit 3.3V EPROM that is used to store programming algorithms for the
AVRX FPGA. It is packaged in a 44-pin PLCC package. This device is used only during development
cycles, and as such is not installed on the Main Board under normal circumstances. In order to use the
FLASH as illustrated, the AVRX FPGA must be placed in Master Serial Mode; see the Configuration
section on page 6-30 for further details as to how to implement this operational mode.
In Master Serial Mode, the FPGA provides an active low reset signal to the EPROM via XFLASH_INIT/
which resets the internal address counter of the EPROM to zero. The FPGA then asserts this reset signal
high. Once the reset signal is high, the FPGA asserts the EPROM chip select low via FPGA_DONE. The
FPGA then provides a clock signal to the EPROM via XFLASH_CCLK, which causes serial data to be
shifted out of the D0 data pin into the FPGA DIN pin; this signal is called XFLASH_DIN on the schematic.
When configuration has completed, the FPGA re-asserts FPGA_DONE high. This signal is inverted by a
single gate inside U38 causing D46 to illuminate upon completion of the configuration operation. This
provides a visual cue as to when the FPGA is done.
XFLASH_CF/ is an output pin from the EPROM that allows the programming port connected to the
EPROM to configure the FPGA.
Programming Ports
Signals: JTAG_TCK, JTAG_TDO, JTAG_TDI, JTAG_TMS
The EPROM supports boundary scan testing as well as In Circuit Programming via a fully compliant IEEE
1149.1 JTAG Port. J16 is a 1x9 row of pins that can accept a Xilinx download cable. By configuring the
FPGA in Slave Serial Mode, J15 may be used as an In Circuit Programming port that will directly
configure the FPGA, bypassing the EPROM.
Typically during development, the EPROM is socketed for easy removal and insertion and the EPROM is
programmed in a standard PROM programmer.
Audio Reference Clock (U35)
AUDIO_OSC is a reference signal that is used by the PLL phase comparators within the AVRX device. It
is used as a reference when no sample clock is derived from the S/PDIF inputs. U35 is a standard
Unbuffered Hex Inverter of which one stage is configured as a Colpitts Oscillator comprised of Y1, R145,
C140, and C141. This circuit generates a 14.112MHz square wave. R145 provides hysteresis for the
gate, initiating and sustaining a reliable switching characteristic, while C140 and C141 provide the proper
AC load to the reactive element of Y1. The second stage of this circuit is another gate from the hex
package that simply buffers the output of the oscillator, presenting a minimal load to it while providing
drive capability. R147 provides source impedance matching to the characteristic impedance of the PCB.
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FB15 provides a cleaner 3.3V supply to the oscillator, minimizing contamination of the output clock signal
by the switching characteristics of other devices connected to the 3.3VD plane. C142 is a standard high
frequency de-coupling capacitor for U35.
Expansion Slot Connectors (J25, J30)
J25 and J30 are connectors that will provide system inter-connectivity for accessory boards that will
enhance product capabilities. An eighteen bit wide bus from the FPGA is source impedance split into two
different paths to the connectors. These signals are currently bi-directional in nature and have no clearly
defined function as of yet.
J25 and J30 are 34-position Flat Flex Cable Connectors (FFC) that provide a 5VD supply to the
expansion card via four pins. The contact impedance of the connector pins to FFC cable is such that
future expansion cards should not draw more than one amp of current from the 5VD supply. Ground and
signal return path is provided via ten pins on each connector. J25-3 is an active low reset signal
EXPA_RESET/, while J30-3 has a separate active low reset signal EXPB_RESET/. Both resets are Host
Processor controlled and allows each expansion slot to be reset independently.
Expansion Port Series Terminations (Sheet 11)
This page further illustrates the source impedance splitting of the expansion bus mentioned in the
preceding section. RP29-RP37 provide source impedance matching for each of the eighteen bus signals
originating from the AVRX FPGA. Each signal connects to two resistors, the opposite ends of which
connect to J25 and J30. The effect is that the bus is shared between both connectors, but each slot has
it’s own impedance path back to the FPGA pins.
Board Interconn/Debug (Sheet 12)
This page contains all of the off-board interconnections to the Front Panel Board, Video Board, Analog IO
Board, and Amplifier Modules. This page also contains the Debug and User Access RS-232 terminal
ports.
RS-232 Transceiver (U5)
U5 is a Maxim MAX202E dual RS-232 Transceiver that runs on 5V DC whereas most transceivers need +/12 V DC to accommodate the +/-10V swing intrinsic to RS-232. This device uses charge pump voltage
conversion to accomplish this. C28 doubles the 5V present in the circuit to 10V, storing it on C27. The
second charge pump inverts the +10V to –10V, storing it on C30. Using this technology, the output drive
capability on pins 9 and 12 is +/-8V when loaded with a nominal 5K-Ohm RS-232 receiver. This conforms
to the EIA/TIA-232E and V28 specifications for RS-232.
B
B
B
B
The debug transmit signal DEBUG_TXD from the CPU drives pin 11 of U5. This driver is output as TXDA
on pin 14, and is ferrite bead de-coupled to remove spurious high frequency noise before being output on
J4.
Signals received from the debug terminal enter the system via J4 pin A3. This signal is ferrite bead decoupled to remove spurious high frequency noise, which drives U5 pin 13 as the signal RXDA. The output
of this driver provides the receive signal to the Host CPU as DEBUG_RXD from U5 pin 12.
The user transmit signal USER_TXD from the CPU drives pin 10 of U5. This driver is output as TXDB on
pin 7, and is ferrite bead de-coupled to remove spurious high frequency noise before being output on J4.
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Signals received from the user terminal enter the system via J4 pin B3. This signal is ferrite bead decoupled to remove spurious high frequency noise, which drives U5 pin 8 as the signal RXDB. The output
of this driver provides the receive signal to the Host CPU as USER_RXD from U5 pin 9.
W1 and W2 are test points for ease of debug.
C12-C13 provides a high frequency path to ground for noise entering the system from the outside world.
DSR and RLSD signals from the terminals are not used, and so they are pulled up to +5VD via R21-R24.
J4 is a dual stacked DB9-F connector; DB9 is the standard profile for RS-232.
Analog Board Connector (J26)
J26 is a 40 position Flat Flex Cable (FFC) connector. All digital audio streams and their associated clocks
are either sourced from the FPGA to the Analog Board, or they return to the FPGA from the Analog
Board. Detailed description of these signals may be found on page 6-37. Signals not previously discussed
or bearing special consideration are as follows:
RESET is an active high signal generated by Reset Generator U31. It provides power-up reset to the
Analog Board and is the only positive going reset signal in use in the RV-8 system.
Amp Board Connectors (J18 and J22)
J18 is a 14 position FFC connector that provides interconnection with the Crown Four Channel Amplifier
Module. A ferrite bead de-coupled 5V is supplied to the module to power the SPI control logic. The ferrite
is necessary for the suppression of parasitic frequencies that would compromise the RFI integrity of the
amplifiers. The SPI port signals SER_CLKA, CTRL_DATA, STAT_DATA, and DATA_LATCHA are
discussed in greater depth on page 6-38 and will not be expanded upon here.
Each channel amplifier contains a thermistor that monitors heat sink temperatures local to each channel’s
output transistors. This information is provided to the A/D inputs of the Host CPU in the form of a voltage
that increases proportionally with temperature. TEMP[4:1] are the voltages for the four channel module.
See page 6-12 for more information.
J22 is the same form factor as J18, and performs the same function. The only difference is that this
component provides interconnectivity with the Crown Three Channel Amplifier Module. TEMP[7:5]
provides temperature monitoring to the Host CPU in the same manner as on the four channel module.
AMP_RESET/ is a buffered equivalent active low reset signal as provided by Reset Generator U31. This
is used to clear the SPI logic on the modules to zero.
SPARE_AD is intended as a monitoring signal for the amplifier power supply. To date, this has not been
implemented in the design.
Front Panel Connector (J20)
J20 is a 40 position FFC connector that conveys all the signals necessary to control and report status of
the front panel LED array, the pushbutton array, the rotary encoder, and the Vacuum-Fluorescent
Display.
FP_RESET/ is a buffered equivalent of the active low reset signal generated by U31. This signal is used
to reset the state machines controlling the LED matrix, and the switch status.
SYSTEM_ON_LED is a buffered equivalent of the SYSLED signal, which is driven directly by the Host
CPU. The SYSTEM ON LED is one of three LEDs located behind the VFD lens on the front panel.
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OVLD_LED is a buffered equivalent of the OVLED signal, which is driven directly by the Host CPU. The
OVERLOAD LED is one of three LEDs located behind the VFD lens on the front panel. U15 provides the
buffered signals from the CPU to the Front Panel Board.
FP_IR_BLINK is a repeater signal from the ZONE 2 remote control detector plugged into the back of the
RV8. This signal causes an infrared LED to blink which in turn is sensed by the front panel IR detector.
FP_IR_BLINK_RET is the return current path from the front panel infra-red LED.
FP_IR_IN1 is the output signal from the infra-red detector on the front panel. Whenever a signal from a
hand held remote control is detected, the IR detector outputs a Hamming Code signal to the AVRX FPGA
which then decodes the command. The Host CPU then reads and processes the code accordingly.
FP_IR_ACK is a signal driven directly from the Host CPU to a front panel LED indicator. This LED flashes
whenever a hand-held remote control access has been made. It serves as a visual verification that the
remote signal is being received.
FP_ENC(A,B)_IN are rotary encoder output signals. R172-R175, C165, and C170 are low-pass filtering
and pull-up networks for these quadrature signals. See page 6-30 for further information regarding these
signals.
FP_SDATA_IN is the signal by which the AVRX FPGA receives data back from the CPLD on the Front
Panel Board with regards to the status of the pushbutton array
FP_SDATA_OUT is the signal by which the AVRX FPGA transmits data to the CPLD on the Front Panel
Board in order to write to the LED array.
SDATA_CLK is the clock signal that controls the serial shift of data up and back from the FPGA front
panel.
FP_SDATA_LTCH is a signal that marks the beginning of an eight bit sample being transmitted to the
front panel.
All four of these signals comprise the SPI interface to the front panel.
DISP_RS is an address decoded bank select for the VFD.
DISP_RW is an address decoded read/write strobe for the VFD. When this signal is high, the VFD
registers are in read mode. When low, the registers are in write mode.
DISP_E is an address decoded global enable of the VFD.
FP_D[7:0] is an eight-bit data bus to the VFD. All register accesses to the VFD are made via this bus.
FPSWITCH[3:1] are breakout signals from the RIGHT MODE, MAIN DVD2, and ZONE 2 DVD2 buttons
on the front panel. The Host CPU monitors these signals. The boot-up state of these switches determines
the operational mode RV8 will enter once boot-up is complete. See page 6-8 for further details.
Supply voltages +3.3VD and +5VD are both needed to power the Front Panel Board. The IR/ENCODER
Board, VFD, and LED matrix are powered by +5VD, while the CPLD is powered by +3.3VD.
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Video Board Connector (J29)
J29 is a 16 position FFC connector that conveys all the signals necessary for Host CPU access to the onboard FPGA and the Video Decoder/Encoder components.
VIDEO_RESET/ is a buffered equivalent of the active low reset signal generated by U31. It provides an
initiating signal to the state machines within the FPGA on the Video Board.
SYNC_DETECT is a signal that indicates the presence or absence of video synchronization from the
Video Board.
OSD_CS/ is the chip select for the Fujitsu MB90092 OSD Controller device located on the Video Board.
VIDEO_SCLK is the serial data shift clock that comprises the SPI interface to the OSD and control logic.
VIDEO_DATA is the serial data that is part of the SPI interface to the Video Board.
VIDEO_REG comprise the remainder of the SPI interface to the On-Screen Display controller and the
video board control logic.
VID_I2C_SDATA is a serial data stream that communicates to the Video Codec using I 2 C protocol.
Provision is made for a pull-up resistor R180 for compliance with the I 2 C specification. The equivalent
resistor is already populated on the Video Board, and hence is not needed here.
P
P
P
P
VID_I2C_SCLK is the serial data stream shift clock that communicates to the Video Codec using I 2 C
protocol. Provision is made for a pull-up resistor R181 for compliance with the I 2 C specification. The
equivalent resistor is already populated on the Video Board, and hence is not needed here.
P
P
P
P
CVID_ZON3 is a composite video analog signal that is sourced from a video selector that selects
between one of five composite inputs or one of five S-VIDEO inputs on the rear panel.
Amp Power Supply Connector (J27)
J27 is a 6 position FFC connector that provides enable controls for the Amplifier Power Supply Board
Relays that activate the power amplifiers. This connector also provides a BROWN_OUT signal to the
Host CPU, where it is monitored as a Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI). Provision is made to use
conventional ribbon cable for board interconnect via J28, but to date is not used in this design.
SOFT_RLY is a signal that is activated from the external registers on sheet 2. This signal enables a
current limited supply voltage to the power amplifiers during the final stages of boot-up. During this phase
of the boot process, readiness status is queried of each of the amp channels by the Host. This relay
signal returns to the inactive state if a problem is found within the amplifier blocks, and also when the
power supply has stabilized and current limiting on the supply rails is no longer necessary.
MAINS_RLY is a signal that is also activated from the external registers on sheet 2. This signal enables
the full supply to the amplifiers once the state of the amplifier channels are known to be good. This relay
activates before the SOFT_RLY signal is made inactive.
BROWN_OUT is a monitoring signal from the amp power supply that will trigger an NMI if the power
supply rails drop by more than 10% of their nominal voltage. This will place the RV-8 into a standby mode
with the amplifiers shut off until the supplies have stabilized.
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S/PDIF IO (Sheet 13)
The AVRX FPGA receives eight S/PDIF streams from the back panel. Four are from coaxial sources
requiring signal conditioning and amplification. The remaining four are from optical sources that go
directly to the FPGA. Record S/PDIF outputs are available as a single coax and a single optical signal.
This page also illustrates the Zone 3 video output.
Coax S/PDIF Inputs
J1 and J2 are dual stacked RCA connectors. Each input is protected by a spark gap, providing a path for
ESD discharges made to the connectors. C1/R1, C3/R2, C5/R3, and C7/R4 present a standard
impedance to the incoming S/PDIF signals. C2, C4, C6, and C8 provide AC de-coupling for each of the
signals as they enter the amplifier stage.
D1-D4 provide diode clamp protection of the amplifiers by ensuring that the input stages are never
subjected to voltages greater than 5V nor lower than DGND. U3 and U4 are configured as amplifiers by
R5-R12 by forcing the gates to run in a semi-linear region. The effective result is that each input gate acts
as an amplifier with a gain of 10, increasing the amplitude of the input stream from 0.5V to 5V. The
second gate in the signal chain acts as a simple buffer, providing a minimal load to the amplifier stage
thereby preserving stability.
Optical S/PDIF Inputs
CP1-CP4 are standard TORX style optical receivers. No additional signal conditioning is required for
these signals, and as such they are presented to the AVRX FPGA right from these inputs.
Record Zone S/PDIF Outputs
A digital audio output for the Record Zone is sourced from the AVRX FPGA to a 74VHCT244 Octal Buffer
U2. Two out of the available eight buffers are actually used. The first output drives a TORX style optical
output connector. The second buffer output drives a voltage divider that reduces the CMOS level of the
signal to one of approximately 1.2V in amplitude. C18 and C19 provide wave shaping and impedance
compensation to the signal before being output through RCA coax connector J8. This output network
conditions the CMOS signal to standard S/PDIF specifications. J8 is protected from ESD by a spark gap.
Zone 3 Composite Video Output
J7 accepts a composite video signal from the Video Board and passes it to the outside world. J7 is spark
gap protected.
Trigger Outputs (Sheet 14)
The RV-8 provides two 12V DC voltage sources for remote powering external accessories in the user’s
home theater. Each trigger output can provide up to 1 Amp to an external load.
B
B
U8 is a low drop-out adjustable regulator. It is powered by +15V while it’s output voltage is set by R15 and
R16, following the equation:
V O = 1.275[(R15 + R16) / R15]
B
B
C25 provides local bulk capacitance for the voltage input. C22 is a low ESR type capacitor which provides
stability for the regulator and bulk capacitance for the output voltage. R13 and R14 provide a current path
for any load that would source current when shut off, as U8 cannot sink current. FB1 and C10 provide
suppression of high frequencies, preventing EMI effects. J3 is the output connector which is protected by
a spark gap.
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The regulator provides the external 12VDC when the ON/OFF pin is brought to a logic 0. This pin is
software controlled via the external registers on sheet 2. See page 6-23 for further information. Inverter
U14 permits us to use positive logic in the software register.
This circuit is duplicated exactly with U9 and all associated components.
VCO A (Sheet 15)
The purpose of the VCO is to provide clean, stable clock that matches the average properties of a
potentially unstable reference, such as jitter. At the heart of the circuit is the metal-encased VCO module,
which provides an output clock at 22.579MHz or 24.576MHz depending on the control voltage. The
control voltage should fall between 5V and 6V.
The 700mVpp output of the VCO is amplified by one gate of U10 to a 5V logic level. This gate is selfbiased in the middle of its inverting characteristic by R41, R42, and C49. Another gate of U10 is used to
invert and buffer the output signal of the conditioning circuit. R43 provides source impedance termination
to reduce overshoot.
The output of the VCO is sent to the AVRX FPGA via MAIN_PLL_MCKO. This is used as a 512FS
master clock in 44kHz or 48kHz mode, and a 256FS master clock at 96KHz. The FPGA divides this clock
down to 44/48/96kHz and the result is phase and frequency compared to a corresponding frequency from
a selected reference, such as the derived clock from an S/PDIF stream or the local crystal oscillator.
When MAIN_PLL_MCKO is too low relative to this reference, the FPGA generates a series of active low
pulses to the PLL Error Amplifier U11 via MAIN_PLL_PUMP_DN/. If MAIN_PLL_MCKO is too high
relative to the reference, the FPGA generates a series of active high pulses to the PLL Error Amplifier via
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_UP.
The PLL Error Amplifier U11 is biased at 2.5V via the voltage divider comprised of R38 and R39. The
pump up/down pulses from the FPGA are buffered by U19 and connected to schottky diodes D18 and
D19. When no pulses are asserted, the diodes are reverse biased and no current is injected into the
summing node of U11. When the VCO frequency is too low, D16 will be forward biased by the UPA/
pulses, asserted low by U19. The resulting current through R46 will be integrated by feedback capacitors
C41 and C42. This will cause a progressively higher voltage at test point VCOVA. This is the control
voltage to the VCO module; as this voltage rises, it causes the VCO output frequency to increase. R40
smoothes out the transient response of the feedback loop.
When MAIN_PLL_MCKO has reached equilibrium with the reference clock, the pump up/down signals
are inactive. The FPGA delivers a series of active low pulses to the error amplifier via
MAIN_PLL_LOCK_DN/. The average duty cycle of these pulses is approximately 1/128. Instabilities such
as jitter in the reference will appear as variations in pulse width, but the instantaneous variation gets
averaged by the action of the loop filter. The result is a steady control voltage to the VCO that produces a
high stability frequency based on the average frequency of the reference.
When a lock down pulse forward biases D20, current flows through R48, which is integrated by C48. R49
provides a constant current of opposite polarity, which also gets integrated. The two integrals oppose
each other, and when the net current into the summing node is zero, the voltage at U11 pin 1 remains
constant. If the duty cycle of the pulse is too small, the voltage is driven progressively lower. If the duty
cycle is too high, the voltage is driven progressively higher. The resultant voltage is applied to R47, which
sinks current from the summing node of the loop integrator, which raises the VCO control voltage. This
gets counter-acted by current pulses through D17 and R44. When the integral of these two currents
balance, the control voltage remains constant, so the VCO output frequency remains constant, and the
loop is stabilized and locked.
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D16 prevents the control voltage from going much below 2V, ensuring that the VCO is never driven to a
non-oscillating state. D21 prevents the duty cycle integrator from being driven to the wrong polarity when
the loop is out of lock.
VCO B (Sheet 16)
Sheet 16 replicates the VCO and PLL circuitry on sheet 15 for Zone 2. Further enhancement of details
will not be made here.
Power Supply (Sheet 17)
Power Entry Connector (J31)
Power is brought onto the PCB via J31, a Molex style connector rated for high current. C167-C169
provide de-coupling of the +5VD supply at a wider range of frequencies than could be achieved with a
single high value capacitor. All of the logic supply voltages are derived from +5VD. The +/-15V rails are
de-coupled by C171-C176 in the same manner as the +5VD rail. These supply voltages are used to
derive power for both VCO circuits, output triggers, and environment fans. Chassis Ground is picked up
by LUG1, which provides mechanical contact with the chassis via the rear panel.
2.5V Regulator (U12)
This regulator provides a supply voltage for the AVRX FPGA core and for the Decoder DSP core. It is
derived from +5VD via an LM2937. This device is a fixed output voltage regulator specified at 2.5V. It is
rated for 500mA current, which is far less than the required current. C54 provides local bulk capacitance
to the regulator input while C53 provides it for the output.
3.3V Regulator (U38)
U41 is a fixed output voltage regulator that provides a 3.3V supply to most of the logic on this board. It is
derived from +5VD. C158 provides local high frequency de-coupling to the input while C122 provides
local bulk capacitance to the output. L1 and C123 form a low-pass filter to provide a cleaner supply to the
3.3V. It has been determined that this precaution is not needed in this design, and so these components
are not used. W6 provides a zero ohm path from the 5VD supply to the input of U38. Diode D48 ensures
that the output voltage never assumes a level higher than +5VD, which could cause destruction to U38.
Fan Control Circuitry
U47 inverts the pulses supplied by one of the PWM timer circuits inside the Host CPU. R179 acts as a
default pull-down for Q1 in the event that there is no signal source connected to U47 and the output
achieves an indeterminate state as a result. This prevents the fans from turning on in the absence of a
control voltage. R177 provides current limiting to the base of Q1. When positive current flows into the
base of Q1, the transistor saturates, effectively pulling the gate of Q2 low. When a logic zero is applied to
the base of Q1, the transistor appears as an open circuit to the gate of Q2, causing it to conduct from the
drain to the source. The drain of Q2 follows the input signal FAN_DRV. D49, L2, and C178 act as a full
wave rectifier and filter that produces a DC voltage proportional to the duty cycle of FAN_DRV. This
voltage will vary between 3V and 11V. The environment fans are driven from the +15V supply with this
control voltage present on the other side of the fan windings. Therefore, the fans will run on voltages from
4V to 12V, dependent upon the duty cycle of FAN_DRV. Connectors J21, J23, J24, and J32 are
connected in parallel so that all four fans are controlled by the same signal. L3 is a provision to keep
brush noise from the fan from getting into the +15V supply. It has been determined that this protection is
unnecessary, and so it is not installed. R182-R186 Provide a total resistance between +15V and the fans
of approximately 10 Ohms capable of dissipating 1.25W. This resistance suffices to suppress back EMF
from the fans. C177 provides local bulk capacitance for the circuit.
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IR Remote Connector (Sheet 18)
This page contains the IR detector input for ZONE 2.
ZONE 2 Remote Input
Remote control of the RV-8 is made possible via an infra-red detector behind the front panel lens. Control
from the Main Zone is made by pointing the remote at the front panel and activating functionality on the
remote control surface panel. Remote control for a second zone is made possible by connecting an IR
detector to J5. When commands from the remote strobe this external detector, the resultant signal is
passed along to an infra-red LED located in close proximity to the main zone detector. This LED is also
located behind the front panel lens. The result is that the serial commands made by the remote control
from ZONE 2 are repeated by the front panel IR LED which in turn are received by the front panel
detector. J5 is spark gap protected and diode clamped by D5 and D6. R25 and R26 form a voltage divider
to properly bias the IR LED.
Provision is made for a third zone of remote control, but this has not been implemented in this product. In
this case, signals passed along from the external detector via J6 activate IR LED D8 which are then
received by IR detector U1. Both components are located in close proximity inside the unit chassis. The
output from the detector is passed along to the AVRX FPGA for further processing and signal
conditioning.
Bypass Capacitors (Sheet 19)
This page illustrates the distribution of capacitive de-coupling for each of the supply voltage zones. Of the
six voltage planes used in this project, the 3.3VD supply is larger because a far larger percentage of the
design uses 3.3V logic. This plane, therefore, has more in the way of high frequency de-coupling as well
as evenly distributed bulk capacitance.
The 5VD plane area is the next largest. It primarily supplies the Host CPU and its support memory.
The 1.8V planes are for the core voltages used by the Hammerhead SHARCs.
The 2.5V plane area supplies the core voltages for the AVRX as well as the Format Decoder.
The +/-15V supplies are used exclusively by the two PLL circuits.
RV-8 PHONO / MICROPHONE INPUT BOARD THEORY
The Phono / Microphone Input Board contains the circuitry for the phono and mic input preamplifiers.
This board is located in a metal tray with the Tuner Board attached to the back panel.
The outputs from the preamps are sent to the Analog Board via a flat flex cable and eventually to
differential buffers on that board. All unbalanced “+” signals are sent with a local ground reference as a
“–” to form a differential pair.
Phono Inputs
The phono is designed as a two stage RIAA filter circuit. The first operational amplifier takes care of the
50Hz and 500Hz breakpoints, while the 2122Hz rolloff is accomplished by the passive network R35, R44,
and C37. The second amplifier supplies an additional 19.5 dB of gain. Using two amplifiers results in
accurate conformance to the RIAA curve as well as lower distortion due to the fact that each amplifier is
operating at a lower gain than would be the case in a single-amplifier design.
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D10 and D13 diode networks prevent the large signals that come from phonograph needle dropping to
get into the mux circuitry on the analog board. C31, C38 and C45 for a third order high-pass circuit at
around 8Hz to block the low frequency rumble sounds. A tap is provided after the first opamp section.
This output is labeled 75uS_R/L because it does not include the 2122Hz / 75uS time constant rolloff filter,
which is useful to provide high frequency rich signals for click and pop detection algorithms.
Microphone Inputs
The circuitry here supplies power (9 volts) to an external microphone capsule, and performs balanced to
unbalanced conversion and amplification. The input op amp is protected from the common-mode
phantom power by 10uF input capacitors and an inductor-capacitor RFI filter network. This op amp is
unity gain and rejects common-mode noise from a differential microphone signal. The second op amp
amplifies the signal by 25.5dB. A diode network prevents microphone accidents from creating a large
signal that could clip the muxes on the analog board. A 100 ohm resistor pair isolates the output from
reactive loads.
Microphone “Phantom” Power Supply
Power is pulled from the +15V supply and regulated down to 9 volts by a voltage regulator. Diode D8
prevents back-biasing the regulator when +15V is removed. An RC filter is created by 330 ohms and
10uF. The 2.2K resistors provide current limiting and define the input impedance that the microphone
sees at the input of the amplifier.
RV-8 TUNER BOARD THEORY
This section provides a detailed description of the design theory embodied in the RV-8 Tuner Board.
Each section of this document will discuss the theory of each functional subset of this board and will
reference a schematic sheet for each block. The schematic set being referenced is at a minimum revision
level of 1.
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The RV-8 Tuner Board incorporates the following features:
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AM Stereo decoding
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Station identification via the front panel
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Radio Data Stream decoding (RDS)
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Inter-station noise muting
Overall Design Theory
The entire design of the Tuner Board fits on one schematic sheet. Each functional block is discussed
separately.
Antenna Input (J1)
The antenna connectors comprise separate inputs for AM and FM. The AM terminals are standard
thumbscrew types that will accept twin-lead cabling, such as found on the antenna included as an
accessory shipped with the RV-8. FM is brought into the tuner via a 75-ohm F-type connector. FM signals
may be provided to the tuner via cable television service, or with the use of a 75/300 ohm Balun
transformer and a Y-style twin-lead antenna. The signals are mixed down to a single path into the
UT1384 tuner module by inductor L1, which provides a low impedance path for AM signals, and C1,
which provides a low impedance path for FM signals. The entry point into the tuner module acts as a
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voltage-summing node. The common side of each antenna terminal is tied directly to the rear panel
chassis via LUG1.
Tuner Module (U4)
The heart of the design is the Microtune UT1384 Tuner module. This device provides all RF
descrimination and provides as outputs AM program material in analog audio format, multiplexed FM
program material in the form of an analog signal, and Radio Data Stream (RDS) material in the form of an
analog signal. The RDS output provides both RDS data and multiplexed FM material on the same pin.
The module also provides a field strength signal in the form of a proportional DC voltage at pin 15.
Incoming signal strength and quality are further represented by the AF_SAMP and AF_HOLD signals
(pins 20 and 19, respectively). These signals are used to control an off-module sample and hold that will
store the average value of the analog signals output by the module. The processor chip U2 contains the
sample and hold function. A reference signal of 75.4kHz is available for external processing via the FREF
pin (pin 21). This signal is typically divided down to 38kHz and 19kHz to provide demultiplexing of the
RDS signal information and the left and right audio samples of the FM program material, respectively.
CPU command and control to the module is provided via an I 2 C bus, comprised of a serial data stream
SDA (pin 11) and a serial shift clock SCL (pin 10). Station selection via the on-board PLL synthesizer, as
well as selection of AM or FM programming, is accomplished via this I 2 C bus.
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Two voltage supply rails are present on this module. VCC5 (pin 5) is a standard 5V supply input that
powers the digital logic inside the module, while all of the analog functionality, such as the PLL
synthesizer, signal strength, and signal quality control is powered by VCC8P5 (pin 6). This is an 8.5V DC
supply. The five volt rail is de-coupled by C10 and C11, while the 8.5V rail is de-coupled by C8 and C9.
The AM AF signal, FM MPX, and the FM/RDS signals are AC coupled to the CRISP processor (U2) via
C3, C5, and C2 respectively. R2 and C4 form a de-emphasis filter for the FM MPX signal, but as we are
decoding this from the combined FM/RDS stream, this option is left unused. R1 provides the FM/RDS
signal to both the RDS and FM inputs of U2.
Signal Processor (U2)
The signals provided by tuner module U4 are processed by U2, a Philips TEF6892H device. This is a
signal processor with on-board DSP that is intended for use in car audio systems. Although signal paths
for Cellphone, CD player, and Cassette Tape are provided, they are unused in this application. All radio
signal de-multiplexing and enhancements are made via this device. The AM signal is processed to
remove noise caused by external sources, such as AC line disturbances and path loss, and gain
controlled based upon the signal strength as provided via the LEVEL signal (pin 1). AM is introduced into
the device via pin 7, and the FM/RDS via pin 6. The AFSAMP and AFHOLD (pins 10 and 9, respectively)
are provided with the sample and hold control signals from the tuner block, and in conjunction with the
LEVEL pin, are used to provide an average voltage of the radio signal levels, which in turn determines
signal strength. The FREF signal from the tuner is introduced by pin 11, and is internally divided down to
provide the de-multiplexing pilot signals for FM and for the RDS. Volume and Equalization are controlled
within U2 via the I 2 C bus pins SDA and SCL (pins 42 and 43, respectively). This is the same bus that
provides control of the tuner module. A gated equivalent of this bus is provided via SCLG and SDAG
(pins 3 and 4, respectively) and are provided a path to the tuner module by R4 and R7. This was to
accommodate using a single register set to control all functionality on the board, but as it was determined
to not be necessary, this option remains unused. R5 and R6 pass the I 2 C bus along to the tuner block.
The I 2 C bus provides CPU control of the radio signal AGC and indication of stereo signal detection, as
well as capabilities to provide overall signal level and equalization control at this level of implementation.
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Left and Right audio signals are presented to the rest of the RV-8 system via LFOUT and RFOUT (pins
27 and 28, respectively). C12 and C13 provide an AC couple path to the output of the board, while R8
and R9 ensure equal path impedance for these signals. R16 further balances the common return path for
the output signals. C14 and C15 provide a high frequency roll-off for noise in conjunction with R8 and R9.
C20 provides storage of a reference voltage used by the internal D/A converters in the control path of U2.
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C18 and C19 provide de-coupling for the 8.5V supply voltage that powers U2.
Output Connector (J2)
J2 is the only system-wide interface to the tuner module. A bulk supply of 12VDC is provided to the PCB
via pin 3 of J2. This bulk voltage is noise filtered by FB1. Pins 4 and 6 provide the LEFT and RIGHT
stereo signals from the tuner to the rest of RV-8, while the common return path for both of these is
provided by pin 5. Pins 12 and 13 provide the I 2 C bus that controls the tuner system. RDS data is fed
back to the system CPU on these lines as well. R14, R15, C6, and C7 provide standard I 2 C pull-up and
edge control as described in the Philips specification for I 2 C.
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MH1 is a plated-through hole that connects to Chassis Ground at the opposite end of the PCB from
LUG1. The RV-8 system provides a ground path on this pin, and by keeping it independent from the
Tuner functionality and tying it to Chassis Ground here, we ensure minimal radiated EMI from the unit.
Rail Supplies (U1 and U3)
U1 provides the analog supply voltage to the tuner module and the CRISP processor. R12 and R13
program the low drop-out regulator U1 to derive 8.5Vdc from the bulk 12Vdc provided. C17 provides bulk
de-coupling capacitance of this output supply voltage.
U3 provides the digital supply voltage to the tuner module. R10 and R11 program the low drop-out
regulator U3 to derive 5Vdc from the bulk 12Vdc provided. C16 provides bulk de-coupling capacitance of
this output supply voltage.
C21 bulk de-couples the 12Vdc driving both regulator circuits.
RV-8 VIDEO SYSTEM THEORY
The RV-8 video section consists of three major functional blocks: video switcher, video converter, and onscreen display generator (OSD).
The video assembly consists of three boards, the Video In Board (schematic 060-15509), the Video Out
Board (schematic 060-15519) and the Video Board (schematic 060-15589).
The RCA input and output boards connect to the main board via flexible ribbon connectors, with most of
the active circuitry contained on the Video Board. Video input and output connectors are mounted directly
on the boards, which attach to the rear panel of the RV-8. Separate cables supply power and control
signals to the video assembly. Control from the main board is implemented via a serial interface.
Composite video inputs (Video In board schematic sheet 1)
Specific references are to input 1; other inputs are similar. Standard video levels applied to RCA jack J5
develop 1Vp-p is across 75-ohm termination resistor R15. Emitter-follower Q5 is located close to the
connector and buffers the input with a gain slightly less than unity. Transistor bias is supplied through
R13. Buffered video is fed to pin 10 of ribbon cable J6 through low-value series resistor R14, which
reduces high-frequency peaking in the transmission path to the video board.
Composite video outputs (Video Out board schematic sheet 1)
Composite video outputs originating on the video board are fed through individual pins of J5 to the
corresponding output RCA jacks. The on-board traces are controlled-impedance and form part of a 75ohm wideband transmission system, and output level is 1Vp-p when terminated in 75 ohms (2Vp-p opencircuit).
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S-video inputs (Video board schematic sheet 1)
Specific references are to input 1; other inputs are similar. S-video luminance inputs (pin 3 of the mini-din
jacks) are terminated and buffered the same as composite inputs. AC-coupling is applied after buffering;
C25 couples s-video #1 luminance. Chrominance input #1 (pin 4 of mini-din jack J15) is first ac-coupled
by C24, and then buffered by emitter follower Q19. The dc-level at the chroma input pin is direct-coupled
to subsequent sense circuitry through the voltage divider formed by R70 and R71.
Main (Monitor) Composite / S-video (Video board schematic sheet 2)
Composite and S-video luminance connect to multiplexers U20, U21, and S-video chrominance connects
to U22. The composite multiplexer is addressed by the MVID_SELn bits, and the S-video multiplexers are
addressed by the MSVID_SELn bits. When MCVID_EN/ is asserted low, U18 is enabled, and all
MSVID_SELn bits are forced to 0 by logic in CPLD U14 (sheet 9). Composite multiplexer U20 selects one
composite source. With MSVID_SELn set to 0, the s-video path is disabled because U21 is selecting a
disconnected input, and U22 is selecting a grounded input to feed the chrominance channel. When
MCVID_EN/ is high, U20 is disabled, disconnecting the composite inputs, and U14 passes addresses to
the MSVID_SELn bits, allowing U21 and U22 to select one of the S-video sources. The
composite/luminance (MY) signal from U20/U21 is amplified by non-inverting stage U28. R207 makes the
gain be slightly greater than the desired factor of two in order to make up for slight losses in other stages.
The signal from U28-1 is fed through R204 to the sync-stripper and dc-restorer (sheet 8). The dccorrection signal BPCOR returns through R206 to close the dc-feedback loop and maintain the video
back-porch near 0Vdc. The signal OSD_Y_IN is distributed to output amplifiers U16, U27, and U38, and
also feeds the on-screen display (sheet 7).
Chroma selected by U22 (MC) is ac-coupled by C127 and amplified by U28, also with gain slightly greater
than two. With a composite source selected, U22 is forced to input 0, grounding the chroma channel. The
signal OSD_C_IN is distributed to output amplifiers U15, U27, U38, and U5, and also feeds the on-screen
display (sheet 7).
The dc-level on the chroma channel of the selected source is fed to two dc amplifiers through multiplexer
U23, filtered by C5. The overall gain of the dc path from the chroma input is unity, such that the dc
voltage on the chroma input is buffered and can be applied to the chroma output.
The amplifier formed by Q5, Q6, and Q4 applies dc to the chroma of the S-video 2 output, and Q8, Q9,
and Q7 applies dc to the chroma of the S-video 1 output. Each dc path can be selectively enabled by the
MORPHEN/ and MORPHEN1/ logic levels. A high logic level disables the amplifier and no dc voltage is
added to the corresponding chroma output. The purpose of the dc amplifiers is to transfer the dc voltage
at the input to the output, to accommodate different S-video aspect ratio switching schemes that rely on
different dc-voltages.
Main S-video at J4 is driven by gain-of-one amplifiers U16 (luma) and U15 (chroma). Internal multiplexers
in these amplifiers determine whether the s-video is taken from the OSD path (MSTHRU/=hi) or straight
through from the input amplifiers (MSTHRU/=low). MSTHRU/ follows MTHRU/ unless MSVID_YOFF is
asserted by logic in CPLD U14 (sheet 9). MSVID_YOFF allows main s-video luminance to be shut off by
U40 (sheet 7) when a composite source is in use. Amplifier outputs are fed through 75-ohm series
resistors (R145, R142), forming a matched transmission-line driver system. R144 and R141 compensate
for slight impedance errors due to the resistance of the on-board connecting traces. The chroma output is
ac-coupled by C80, with a dc-level introduced through R18, according to the action of the associated dc
amplifier.
Main S-video at J3 is driven by gain-of-one amplifiers U27. S-video at J3 is not subject to the OSD and is
not selectively disabled when composite video is in use.
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Main composite video CVID_MAIN1 is driven by U38. Luma and chroma from the input amplifiers are
summed by R211 and R212, scaled by ½ and the result is amplified by U38, which has a gain of two.
With composite input, there is no chroma, and the result is simply the composite video. With S-video
input, the result is the composite version of the S-video, the sum of Y+C. The internal U38 multiplexer
selects whether the OSD is in the path or whether the input is fed straight through, controlled by MTHRU/.
Output impedance is structured as with the main luma output.
Main composite video CVID_MAIN2 is driven by U5. Luma and chroma from the input amplifiers are
summed by R126 and R127, scaled by 1/2, and the result is amplified by U5, which has a gain of two.
CVID_MAIN2 is not subject to the OSD.
Standard 1Vp-p video input levels produce 1Vp-p output on the composite and luminance channels when
terminated in 75 ohms, or 2Vp-p open circuit. The composite main outputs are fed to the output rca jacks
on the Video Out board via ribbon cable J16.
Zone2 Composite / S-video (Video board schematic sheet 3)
Zone2 functionality in the RV-8 corresponds to Record functionality in previous products, and the
nomenclature reflects this legacy. In many places, the “record” nomenclature has been retained to
correspond with the software base, but from the user perspective, this circuitry drives Zone2. Zone2 video
circuitry is structured similarly to main video, but without OSD capability. Refer to the previous section for
additional description. Multiplexers U10 and U11/U12 are addressed by the RECVID_SELn and
RECSVID_SELn bits respectively to select an independent zone 2 (record) source, but otherwise operate
like their counterparts in the main path. There is no dc-restorer in the zone2 path, so back-porch dc-level
varies with average picture level due to input ac-coupling. The multiplexer internal to output amplifier U17
allows the zone2 S-video luminance to be shut off when a composite source is in use. Multiplexer U13
feeds the input dc voltage to the dc amplifier formed by Q2, Q3, and Q1, to transfer dc voltage on the
chroma input to the chroma output for S-video switching purposes. The Zone2 composite output from
U18 feeds two 75-ohm outputs, connecting to rca jacks on the Video Out board via ribbon cable J16.
Zone3 Composite video (Video board schematic sheet 4)
Zone3 is an additional video path in the RV-8 which provides one composite video output. Zone 3 video
functionality corresponds to zone2 audio functionality in previous products and the signal-naming
nomenclature reflects this legacy. Signals on the schematic refer to zone2, but this is zone 3 from the
user perspective and rear-panel labeling. Multiplexers U9 and U7/U8 are addressed by the Z2VID_SELn
and Z2SVID_SELn bits respectively to select an independent zone 3 source, but otherwise operate like
their counterparts in the main path. There is no dc-restorer in the zone3 path, so back-porch dc-level
varies with average picture level due to input ac-coupling. Refer to the composite video description in the
previous sections for additional information. The zone3 composite output from U5 feeds the Zone 3
VIDEO rca jack on the Main Board via cable J20 (sheet 10).
Video Converter (Video board schematic sheet 5)
Composite or S-video inputs can be decoded and converted to component analog video output in the Y
Pb Pr format by video codec U34. U34 combines the functionality of a video decoder and encoder
(codec). U34 accepts the selected main composite or s-video source on two analog input pairs, AI1 and
AI2. AI1 is taken after the input amplifiers but before the OSD, while AI2 is subject to the OSD. Within
U34, the inputs are dc-restored and converted to digital form for decoding. The decoded digital video is
passed via the PDn bus to the encoder portion of the codec to be re-encoded. The encoder incorporates
3 d-a converters for producing Y,Pb,Pr component analog video. The analog outputs from the encoder
are filtered and buffered by U4 and U3 (sheet 6). The dc-level of the Y component is biased to place the
back-porch around 0Vdc, and the dc-level of the Pb and Pr components is biased to place the 0 color-
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difference level around 0Vdc. The converted input video is introduced into the component-video relay tree
and is a selectable output just as any Y Pb Pr component input.
The encoder within U34 produces the complete video waveform for normal NTSC or PAL video inputs.
However, during trick modes of VCR playback (pause, shuttle), the sync portion of the video is derived
from a logic signal HVSYNC/. CPLD U14 detects trick modes based on anomalies in the decoded video
sync timing. With normal video, the PLAYSPEED signal is asserted high. In trick modes, PLAYSPEED is
not asserted, and system software in the host asserts SYNC_EN. U2, Q20, and associated circuitry
switch U4 during sync time to construct a video waveform with sync derived from HVSYNC/.
There is time-base instability inherent with a VCR even in normal playback. To improve the stability of the
converted video output, a phase-locked loop (U1, sheet 9) is used to reduce abrupt frequency shifts of the
encoder clock ENC_27MHZ. A multiplexer within U14 determines whether ENC_27MHZ comes from the
PLL or directly from XCLK, according to a multiplexer within U14. The preferred clock is dependent on the
particular display device.
U34 is clocked at 24.576MHz by U33. Proper operation of the codec depends on the settings of an
extensive set of internal registers of both the decoder and encoder. These registers are read and written
via the I2C ports, connected to the host processor on the Main Board via J20 (sheet 10).
Component Video Switcher (Video board schematic sheet 3)
Component video switching is performed by means of relays to maximize signal fidelity and format
compatibility. There is no active circuitry in the video path of external component sources.
Three sets of component input rca jacks (component inputs 1,2,3) feed a 3-wide, two-tier tree of doublethrow relays. Each tier is comprised of a pair of dpdt relays. The tree selects one of the input sets and
presents it to the bank of final output relays. The final tier of relays (RY3,RY1) connects the output RCA
jacks either to the selected component input or to the video converter. One transistor driver is associated
with each pair of relays. Relays are actuated when the associated PSELn bit is asserted high, switching
from the normally-closed to the normally-open circuits.
Component OSD in the RV-8 is implemented through the video converter, which decodes the S-video
OSD and produces the Y Pb Pr component OSD.
One normally-open pole of RY2 disconnects the luminance component CNV_Y in order to effectively
disable component output.
The signals generated by the RV-8 OSD are compatible only with the 480i Y Pb Pr component format.
When incompatible formats are in use, the component OSD is inapplicable, and is not accessed by the
operating system software.
On-Screen Display Signals (Video board schematic sheet 5)
OSD chip U26 produces a character-based video display that can be overlaid on program video or that
can occupy a full-screen, based on an independent internal video generator. OSD modes and parameters
are controlled by an extensive set of internal registers, accessed via serial interface.
The character strings to be displayed are loaded serially into the screen memory within the chip. The
bitmapped patterns that define the shapes of individual characters are stored in external font memory,
interfaced through the A[15:0] and D[7:0] buses (see below). Character dot-clock is fixed at about 15
MHz, based on the external LC circuit formed by L7/C99/C100. A crystal clock is supplied by oscillator
U37 (PAL) or U36 (NTSC). The active oscillator is determined by a high level on either NTSC_EN or
PAL_EN, enabling the respective oscillator.
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In overlay mode, composite or s-video luminance from the input amplifier is applied to YIN, and similarly,
s-video chrominance (if applicable) is applied to CIN. The video applied to YIN is shifted to have a backporch dc-level of about 1.57Vdc by U31 and associated circuitry. C123/C73 passively couple the accontent of the luminance signal, with the op-amp providing the dc response. The chroma channel is
biased to the same 1.57V level by R171/R172. The OSD video is related to program video by the
separate H and V syncs (GMHSYN/, VSYNC/) derived by the sync stripper (sheet 8).
The full-screen mode is independent of video and sync inputs. Raster generation is based on the
appropriate crystal clock.
The OSD luminance output is dc-shifted back to 0V back-porch level by U31 and associated circuitry.
C121/C122 passively couple the ac-content, with the op-amp providing the dc response. Chroma is
simply ac-coupled by C107/C108. The shifted OSD video is buffered and filtered by U30 to produce
OSD_SY_OUT and OSD_C_OUT. Switch U40 permits the S-video luminance to be turned off when
MSVID_YOFF is asserted high. OSD_Y+C_OUT is formed as half the sum of the buffer outputs. These
OSD output signals feed the output amplifiers as described earlier.
In order to produce usable overlays in the SECAM system, the OSD switching action is bypassed at high
frequency through U35 and R146, preserving an attenuated version of the fm color carriers.
On-Screen Display Serial Control (Video board schematic sheet 7)
The internal registers of the OSD are programmed serially from the main board in multiple 8-bit packets
on VIDEO_DATA, accompanied by VIDEO_SCLK, operating at 1 MHz. During routine OSD updating,
OSD_CS/ is level-shifted by U35, becoming OSD_CS5/, the OSD chip-select. The CPLD generates
OSD_SCLKG from the VIDEO_SCLK, and U35 drives OSD_SCLK5 to clock the data into the OSD chip.
Each logical transfer to the OSD chip consists of a pair of single-byte transfers.
Sync Stripper / DC Restorer (Video board schematic sheet 7)
Video from input amplifier U28 is fed through R204 to U41, which drives sync stripper U39 and the dcrestorer formed by switch U40 and op amp U41.
Sync stripper U39 accepts analog video and extracts vertical and horizontal sync, producing logic level
VSYNC-OUT and AFC-OUT pulses respectively. A phase-locked loop based on ceramic resonator Y1
provides robust horizontal sync extraction even from noisy video sources. Pull-down resistors on the
outputs improve the pulse waveshapes. Sections of U42 buffer and shape the pulses from U39. AFCOUT is stretched by R244/C173 before buffering in order to meet the minimum width necessary for the
OSD chip.
Sections of U42 and the network formed by R243,R242,D11 and C172 form pulses that are aligned with
video back porch. These pulses switch U40, which in combination with integrator U41 forms a sampleand-hold circuit that closes the feedback loop around the input video amplifier during back-porch time.
This acts to maintain the back-porch level at 0V. D10 limits the negative-going output of U41 in order to
minimize the undesirable effects of unusual sync patterns inherent in the macrovision video copyprotection scheme.
Additional logic within U39 detects the presence of a valid video input. SYNC_DETECT is fed to the main
board for use in OSD management.
The sync stripper U39 is susceptible to small variations on its power supply, and so it is specially-powered
from a dedicated 5V regulator, U29.
With video input absent, AFC_OUT free-runs at around 15kHz.
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Video Control Registers (Video board schematic sheet 8).
Control registers are implemented within CPLD U14, through a serial interface. The serial clock and data
are VIDEO_SCLK and VIDEO_DATA, shared in common with the OSD. A transfer is initiated by a pulse
on VIDEO_REG/, followed by a burst of clock and data that update all 56 control register bits within the
CPLD in approximately 4.5 sec. All control bits are initialized to 0 at power-up by VIDEO_RST/.
Logic within the CPLD derives additional control bits from the values in the registers. For example, the
MSVID_SELn bits are formed by gating the MVID_SELn bits with MCVID_EN/ such that the
MSVID_SELn bits are forced to 0 when MCVID_EN/ is low.
The CPLD can be programmed in-circuit through the JTAG port J17.
Font Flash Programming Interface (Video board schematic sheet 9).
The CPLD U14 also controls the in-system programming of flash memory U25, which holds the
bitmapped OSD font pattern. The CPLD is interfaced to the memory D[7:0] and A[15:0] buses.
In normal operation, this interface is tri-stated outputs and does not drive the buses, and the only bus
activity is the fetching of font patterns from U25 over the A[15:0], D[7:0] buses under the control of OSD
U26.
When necessary, the host processor on the main board manages the programming of the font flash
memory. A large white box on the OSD is a symptom of an un-programmed memory. A control-register
transfer with bit 47 set initiates a font flash write cycle, based on a state machine in the CPLD. The CPLD
address and data buses are enabled, the OSD releases control of the bus (OSD_TSC/=high), and
VROM_WR/ is asserted to write to the flash memory. The host performs a series of transfers with
updated address and data to program subsequent bytes into the flash. During programming, the OSD
continues to operate, but the write operations interfere with the normal bitmap fetching, which temporarily
corrupts the OSD image. When the writing is complete, the corruption ceases, and the image is stable.
Power and Control Interface (Video board schematic sheet 10).
J20 is the control and status interface to the host. J18 supplies power from a connector on the main
board. The main video +5-volt rail is +5VV, a filtered version of system +5VD, which also supplies relay
coils through FB4. The negative rail is -5VV, derived from the main board -15VA by regulator U32. The
video codec U34 and CPLD U14 are powered by 3.3V from regulator U24.
6-55
CHAPTER 7 – PARTS LIST
PART NO
U
DESCRIPTION
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
Main Board Assembly
022-14458
202-09794
202-09795
202-09871
202-09874
202-09894
202-09899
202-10557
PL,MECH ASSY,VCO,MC12/B
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0805
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,2.2K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,2.2M OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1M OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,4.7K OHM
2.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
4.00
10.00
202-10558
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47K OHM
8.00
202-10559
202-10585
202-10599
202-10836
202-10946
202-10949
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,100 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,51 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,1K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3.3K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1.2K OHM
2.00
6.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
10.00
202-11040
202-11041
202-11071
202-11496
202-12894
202-12933
202-14584
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,150 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,680 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,75 OHM
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,1206
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1.3M OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,10 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,10K OHM,0603
7.00
12.00
4.00
8.00
1.00
2.00
17.00
202-14585
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0603
20.00
202-14792
202-15681
203-10424
203-10896
203-11075
203-11726
203-11741
203-11980
203-12471
203-12491
203-12722
203-12797
203-12898
203-12934
203-13131
205-14586
205-15083
205-15737
240-09786
240-10758
240-12983
240-13217
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,56 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM,0603
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.99K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,95.3 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,301 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,18.2K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,442 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,205 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,49.9K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,100 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,47.5K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,82.5 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,8.45K OHM
RESSM,NET,5%,ISOL,10KX4
RESSM,NET,5%,ISOL,47X4
RESSM,NET,5%,ISOL,3.3KX4
CAP,ELEC,100uF,25V,RAD,LOW ESR
CAPSM,ELEC,1uF,50V,20%,5.5mmH
CAPSM,ELEC,100uF,10V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,16V,20%
5.00
1.00
4.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
11.00
24.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
9.00
240-13913
CAPSM,ELEC,470uF,16V,20%
5.00
J9,11
R82
R6,8,10,12,25
R26
R47,49,96,98
R145
R43,92,120,147
R21-24,129,131
R154-156,177
R5,7,9,11,41,42
R90,91
R37,86
R178,182-186
R119
R13,14,17,18,176
R109
R40,45,46,89
R94,95,110-113
R31-36,146
R57-68
R1-4
R121-127,188
R165
R76,142
R73-75,79-81,84,108
R114-116,132,140
R141,171,179,187
R53,55,70-72,100,102
R105,107,128,130
R137-139,148,150
R158-160,166
R161-164,167
R152
R38,39,87,88
R15,19,77,143
R30
R29
R48,97
R173,175
R78,144
R118
R44,93
R172,174
R99
R50
R16,20
RP1-8,11-13
RP14-37
RP9,10
C169,173,176
C42,84
C96,144
C22,24,41,45,53
C60,83,87,149
C17,78,139,177,178
7-1
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
240-15668
240-20028
241-09798
241-11799
241-15206
244-10423
245-09291
245-09869
CAPSM,ELEC,330uF,6.3V,20%,105C
CAP,ELEC,6800uF,6.3V,RAD,20%
CAPSM,TANT,10uF,10V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,4.7uF,6.3V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,33uF,10V,20%
CAP,MYL,.22uF,50V,RAD,5%,BOX
CAPSM,CER,470pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.001uF,50V,Z5U,20%
4.00
2.00
3.00
4.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
14.00
245-09876
245-10562
245-10587
245-10588
245-10973
245-10975
245-10976
245-11595
245-11645
245-12485
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,50V,Z5U,20%
CAPSM,CER,150pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,18pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,33pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,22pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,3300pF,50V,X7R,10%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.47UF,50V,Z5U,20%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
4.00
9.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
72.00
245-12524
245-14588
CAPSM,CER,68pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,25V,X7R,10%,06
1.00
21.00
245-14764
270-00779
270-11545
270-12323
270-15670
300-10509
300-10563
300-10564
300-11599
300-14286
310-10566
310-15669
330-09889
330-10523
330-12143
330-12451
330-12452
330-13865
330-13876
330-13882
330-14247
330-15085
330-15735
340-09244
340-11597
CAPSM,CER,82pF,50V,COG,5%
FERRITE,BEAD
FERRITESM,CHIP,600 OHM,0805
FERRITESM,CHIP,750 OHM,0805
INDUCTORSM,220uH,20%,1.2A
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
DIODESM,DUAL,SERIES,GP,SOT23
DIODESM,SCHOTTKY,LOW VF,SOT23
DIODESM,GP,1N4002,MELF
DIODESM,SCHOTTKY,1A,SMB
TRANSISTORSM,2N4401,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,MOSFET,2A,55V,SOT
ICSM,DIGITAL,74ACT04,SOIC
IC,HEX INVERTER,74HCU04,SOP
ICSM,DIGITAL,74ACT244,SSOP
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHCT32,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHCT244,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHC04,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHC273,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74LCX14,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHCT245,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74ABT16244,TSSOP
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHC139,SOIC
ICSM,LINEAR,78LS05,5V REG,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,TL072,DUAL OPAMP,SOIC
1.00
4.00
12.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
6.00
8.00
6.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
6.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
U
7-2
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
C39,75,133,134
C73,130
C52,94,122
C54,67,100,127
C74,131
C168,172,175
C118
C34,38,58,69,76,81
C97,106,132,137,146
C147,151,152
C2,4,6,8
C10-15,167,171,174
C140,141
C1,3,5,7
C159,160
C98
C19
C165,170
C23,25
C9,16,18,20,26-31,33
C35,37,40,43,44
C46-51,55,57,59,63
C64,66,68,72,80,82
C85,86,88-93,95,101
C104,105,109-117
C119-121,124,126,129
C136,142,143,145,150
C153,155-158,162
C163,166
C21
C32,36,56,61,62,65
C70,71,77,79,102,103
C107,108,125,128,135
C138,148,154,164
C99
FB1,2,16,18
FB3-13,15
FB14
L2
D16,21,38,43
D1-6
D17-20,39-42
D22,23,44,45,48,49
D24,37,47
Q1
Q2
U17,28
U3,4,10,23,35,47
U45
U7
U2
U14
U20,21
U46
U36,37,43
U15
U13
U18,29
U11,24
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
EFFECT.
340-12119
340-13137
340-13883
340-14535
340-15088
345-13140
350-13879
350-15096
350-15209
350-15249
350-15491
350-16195
365-15490
365-15660
365-15661
390-12076
390-12458
390-13832
430-10419
430-10420
ICSM,LIN,TL7705,+5V MON,SOIC
IC,LINEAR,LM2941CT,ADJ,TO-220
ICSM,LIN,LM2937,2.5V REG,TO263
IC,LIN,1585A,3.3V REG,TO220
ICSM,LIN,LM1117,ADJ,800mA,SOT
ICSM,INTER,RS232 XCVR,+5V,SOIC
ICSM,SDRAM,512KX32X4,3.3V,TSOP
ICSM,FPGA,XC2S200-6,28X42,PQFP
ICSM,DRAM,1MX16,60NS,SOJ
ICSM,GAL,16V8,RV8,V1.00
ICSM,FLASH,512KX8,3V,200NS,TSO
ICSM,FLASH,16M,RV8,MAIN,V1.03
ICSM,uPROC,DSP,CS49400,LQFP
ICSM,uPROC,ADSP21161,32BIT,BGA
ICSM,uPROC,SH7014,28.7MHz,QFP
CRYSTAL OSCSM,12.288MHz
CRYSTALSM,12.500MHz,PAR,HC49
CRYSTALSM,14.112MHz,PAR,HC49
LEDSM,INNER LENS,RED
LEDSM,INNER LENS,YEL
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
7.00
430-10421
510-10595
510-10745
510-12319
510-13146
510-13147
510-13148
510-13538
510-13840
510-14079
510-14833
510-15688
510-15689
510-15690
510-15694
510-15695
510-16389
640-01701
670-01974
701-09640
704-06165
704-09508
710-15550
740-11287
LEDSM,INNER LENS,GRN
PHONE JACK,3.5MM,PCRA,3C,STER
CONN,POST,100X025,HDR,2MC,POL
CONN,D-SUB,9FCX2,STACKED,PCRA
CONN,HDR,.200,4MC,PCRA
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCG,YEL,GND
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,BLK,GND
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCG,BLK,GND
CONN,OPTO,PCRA,TORX173,6Mbps
CONN,POST,156X045,HDR,4MC,LOK
CONN,OPTO,PCRA,XMTR,13.2Mbps
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,16 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,34 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,40 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,6 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,14 POS,VERT
CONN,OPTO,RA,XMT,13.2Mbps,SHTR
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
WIRE,JMP,22AWG,0.1",NON-INSUL
BRACKET,KEYSTONE,621,4-40X2
HEATSINK,TO220,.75X.5X.5,TAB
HEATSINK,TO220,MTTAB,W/4-40NUT
PC BD,MAIN,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
6.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
U31
U8,9
U12
U38
U22,39
U5
U6,27
U41
U42
U44
U19
U26
U25
U16,34
U33
U30
Y2
Y1
D11,14,25,26,31,32
D12,15,27,28
D33,34,46
D10,13,29,30,35,36
J5
J21,23,24,32
J4
TRIGGERS--J3
J7
J1,2
J8
CP1-4
J31
12/13/04 CP5
VIDEO BD--J29
OPT BDS--J25,30
ANLG, FP BDS--J20,26
AMP PWR SUP--J27
PWR AMPS--J18,22
12/13/04
CP5
U38; LUG 1
W6
LUG1
U8,9
U38
PICK REV 5 PC BOARD
U
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
VCO Masterclock Board Assembly
202-09899
245-09895
245-12485
270-11545
270-14359
300-13881
340-16132
510-14836
710-16130
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM
CAPSM,CER,10pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
FERRITESM,CHIP,600 OHM,0805
COILSM,VAR,1uH,5%,5.6X6.2X6MM
DIODESM,VARACTOR,BB132
ICSM,LIN,MC100EL1648,VCO,TSSOP
CONN,POST,100X025,HDR,5MC,RA
PC BD,VCO,MCLK
1.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
R1
C3
C1,2,4,5
FB1
L1
D1
U1
J1
PICK REV 0 PC BOARD
7-3
PART NO
U
DESCRIPTION
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
Microphone/Preamplifier Board Assembly
202-09795
202-09871
202-10559
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,2.2K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,100 OHM
4.00
1.00
12.00
202-10586
202-10598
203-10578
203-11077
203-11723
203-11980
203-12481
203-12494
203-12719
203-12723
203-12898
203-13135
203-14566
240-09367
240-11111
240-11827
240-13216
241-09366
244-11589
245-10562
245-10974
245-10976
245-12485
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,100 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,330 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.21K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,237 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.75K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.50K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.37K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.00K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,102 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,47.5K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,432 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,20.0K OHM
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,25V,NONPOL,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,6V,NONPOL,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,22uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,10uF,25V,20%
CAP,MYL,.068uF,63V,RAD,5%,BOX
CAPSM,CER,150pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,4.7pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
2.00
2.00
4.00
1.00
2.00
8.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
7.00
1.00
2.00
4.00
6.00
2.00
6.00
10.00
245-12522
270-11545
300-10563
300-10564
300-11599
340-10552
340-11559
340-15699
510-10595
510-10986
510-15688
640-02377
701-09640
710-15520
740-11287
CAPSM,CER,120pF,50V,COG,10%
FERRITESM,CHIP,600 OHM,0805
DIODESM,DUAL,SERIES,GP,SOT23
DIODESM,SCHOTTKY,LOW VF,SOT23
DIODESM,GP,1N4002,MELF
ICSM,LIN,MC33078,DU OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM317M,+ADJ REG,DPAK
ICSM,LIN,NE5532A,DUALOPAMP,SOI
PHONE JACK,3.5MM,PCRA,3C,STER
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,RED/WH,G
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,16 POS,VERT
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,BLK
BRACKET,KEYSTONE,621,4-40X2
PC BD,MIC/PREAMP,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
2.00
8.00
8.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
R1,3,4,6
R15
R19,20,23,24,33
R41-43,45,48,52,54
R26,29
R2,5
R35,39,44,50
R16
R32,38
R7-14
R25
R49,55
R18,22
R17,21
R27,28,31,37
R30,36
R46,51
C38,40,45,46
C31,32
C5-10,24
C18
C26,28
C33,36,37,39
C1-4,25,27
C41,44
C11,12,15,16,19,22
C13,14,17,20,21
C23,34,35,42,43
C29,30
FB1-8
D1-6,13,14
D9-12
D7,8
U1,2
U3
U4,5
J1,2
J3
J4
KEYSTONE BRKT
LUG1
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
Tuner Board Assembly
202-09794
202-10585
203-10576
203-10583
203-11723
203-11731
203-12797
240-09367
240-13217
241-15206
7-4
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0805
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,51 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.87K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.75K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.62K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,100 OHM
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,25V,NONPOL,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,33uF,10V,20%
4.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
R1,3,5,6
R16
R12
R13-15
R11
R10
R8,9
C12,13
C18,20,21
C16,17
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
245-10562
245-10588
245-10976
245-14588
245-15691
245-15692
245-15736
270-00779
270-15728
340-15088
340-15659
510-15729
510-16141
640-01701
701-09640
710-15540
740-11287
750-15685
CAPSM,CER,150pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,33pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,25V,X7R,10%,06
CAPSM,CER,.001uF,25V,X7R,10%06
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,X7R,10%,06
CAPSM,CER,.22uF,16V,X7R,10%
FERRITE,BEAD
INDUCTORSM,6.8uH,10%
ICSM,LIN,LM1117,ADJ,800mA,SOT
ICSM,LIN,CRISP,TEF6892H,QFP44
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,13 POS,PCRA
CONN,MOD,RF,"F",W/SCRW TERM
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
BRACKET,KEYSTONE,621,4-40X2
PC BD,TUNER,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
TUNER,AM/FM,1384,HORIZ PC MNT
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
C14,15
C1
C6,7
C2,19
C9,11
C3,8,10
C5
FB1
L1
U1,3
U2
J2
J1
LUG1
LUG1
PICK REV 1 PC BOARD
R1
R2
R3
C1,2
U1B
D1
SYSTEM ON--D4
OVERLOAD--D2
IR ACK--D3
SW1
D2-4
IR/ENC BD (J1) TO
SW/LED BD
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
U4
IR/Encoder Board Assembly
202-00528
202-00530
202-00531
245-03609
345-14780
430-10594
430-14487
430-14787
430-14788
452-13640
630-14778
680-14082
RES,CF,5%,1/4W,820 OHM
RES,CF,5%,1/4W,1.2K OHM
RES,CF,5%,1/4W,1.5K OHM
CAP,CER,.1uF,50V,Z5U,AX,80/20%
IC,INTER,GP1U28,38kHz,IR DET
LED,T1-3/4,IR
LED,T1,BLU,430NM
LED,T1,RED,700NM
LED,T1,YEL,585NM
SW,RTY,ENC,24POS,INC B,25L,VRT
SPCR,LED,T1,.375"H
CABLE,100,PLUG/SCKT,2X7C,3"L
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
710-13690
740-11287
PC BD,IR/ENC,MC12
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
1.00
1.00
Switch/LED Board Assembly
202-09871
202-09899
202-10557
202-10570
202-10599
202-11041
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,4.7K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,120 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,680 OHM
3.00
1.00
3.00
12.00
1.00
19.00
202-14584
202-14792
205-14586
240-09786
240-13217
245-12485
245-14588
300-10509
310-10422
310-10510
330-15085
350-15517
430-13639
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,10K OHM,0603
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,56 OHM
RESSM,NET,5%,ISOL,10KX4
CAP,ELEC,100uF,25V,RAD,LOW ESR
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,25V,X7R,10%,06
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,2N4403,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,2N3904,SOT23
ICSM,DIGITAL,74ABT16244,TSSOP
ICSM,CPLD,RV8,FP,V1.00
LEDSM,BLU,30MCB,AX,ZBEND,2.5MM
3.00
9.00
4.00
1.00
4.00
7.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
16.00
R11-13
R31
R32-34
R1-9,28,43,50
R30
R10,14,16,18,20-27
R29,44-49
R15,17,19
R35-42,51
RP1-4
C6
C1,13-15
C2-5,7,9,12
C8,10,11
D1,20,31
Q1-3
Q4
U1
U2
D11,22-30,33
D35-38,40
7-5
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
430-13888
430-14527
453-13899
510-13145
510-15690
710-15560
740-11287
LEDSM,RED,60MCD,AX,ZBEND,2.5MM
LEDSM,SYEL,250MCD,AX,ZBEND,2.5
SWSM,PBM,1P1T,6.2MMSQ,200GF
CONN,POST,.100,HDR,2X7MCG,LP
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,40 POS,VERT
PC BD,SW/LED,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
U
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
12.00
9.00
45.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
D2-10,21,32,39
D12-19,34
SW1-45
J1,2
J5
PICK REV 1 PC BOARD
2.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
C1,2
FB1-3
J1
J2
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
R209,210,217,218
R19,20,24,25,29,30
R107,109
R345,349,353,357
R121-123
R114,260,263,267
R271,275
R18,22,28,32,98,101
R111,301,404,415,417
R50,51,54,55,58,59
R62,63,66,67,70,71
R74,75,78,79,113,117
R120,126,129,132,135
R238,240,244,246,250
R252,256,258,261,264
R268,272,276,390,406
R413,414
R106,108,278,281,282
R285,286,289,290,293
R314,317,322,325,330
R333,338,341
R1-16,33,36,37,40,41
R44,45,48
R161,166,171,176
R181,186,191,196
R83
R81,82,410-412
R344,348,352,356
R17,21,23,26,27,31
R342,346,350,354
R49,52,53,56,57
R60,61,64,65
R68,69,72,73
R76,77,80,103,104
R200,201
R204,205,297,299,392
R402,407,419,420
R112,310,311,318,319
R326,327,334,335
R162,163,167,168,172
R173,177,178,182,183
R187,188,192,193,197
Headhone Board Assembly
245-10562
270-00779
510-11583
510-15696
710-15530
CAPSM,CER,150pF,50V,COG,10%
FERRITE,BEAD
1/4"PH JACK,PCRA,3C,SW-TR,G,PT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,4 POS,VERT
PC BD,HEADPHONE,RV8
Analog Input/Output Board Assembly
202-09872
202-09873
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,33 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,10K OHM
4.00
8.00
202-09899
202-10557
202-10569
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,4.7K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,10 OHM
4.00
3.00
6.00
202-10570
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,120 OHM
11.00
202-10571
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,100K OHM
40.00
202-10585
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,51 OHM
18.00
202-10586
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,100 OHM
24.00
202-10943
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,22K OHM
8.00
202-10946
202-10949
202-11496
202-12191
202-14585
202-14792
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3.3K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1.2K OHM
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,1206
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,330 OHM
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0603
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,56 OHM
1.00
5.00
4.00
6.00
4.00
20.00
203-10578
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.21K OHM
9.00
203-10583
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
9.00
203-10838
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,68.1 OHM
7-6
26.00
PART NO
U
203-10896
DESCRIPTION
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
QTY
24.00
203-11078
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,422 OHM
9.00
203-11697
203-11726
203-11734
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,909 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,301 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.32K OHM
2.00
2.00
8.00
203-11993
203-11995
203-12371
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,357 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.55K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.74K OHM
1.00
2.00
9.00
203-12476
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.02K OHM
42.00
203-12481
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.50K OHM
8.00
203-12719
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.00K OHM
16.00
203-12723
203-12799
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,102 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,825 OHM
1.00
16.00
203-12969
203-13133
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,316 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.15K OHM
20.00
8.00
203-13537
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,5.62K OHM
8.00
203-13638
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.49K OHM
8.00
203-15237
203-15479
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,681 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.21K OHM
4.00
8.00
203-15674
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,57.6K OHM
8.00
240-09367
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,25V,NONPOL,20%
20.00
240-09786
240-11827
CAP,ELEC,100uF,25V,RAD,LOW ESR
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,16V,20%
3.00
7.00
240-12136
240-13217
CAPSM,ELEC,33uF,10V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,16V,20%
1.00
8.00
240-13642
CAP,ELEC,47uF,25V,RAD,NPOL,6D
18.00
240-15668
CAPSM,ELEC,330uF,6.3V,20%,105C
22.00
241-09798
241-11799
CAPSM,TANT,10uF,10V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,4.7uF,6.3V,20%
2.00
52.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
R198,306-309,393-396
R408,409
R116,118,124,125,127
R128,130,131,133,134
R236,237,239,241-243
R245,247,249,253-255
R257,259
R110,202,203,296,298
R300,403,416,418
R248,251
R303,401
R137,140,143,146,149
R152,155,158
R304
R305,400
R206,207,294,295
R397-399,421,422
R84-91,115,119
R358-389
R138,141,144,147
R150,153,156,159
R312,313,315,316
R320,321,323,324
R328,329,331,332
R336,337,339,340
R302
R34,35,38,39,42,43
R46,47,92-97,99,100
R212-215,220-235
R164,169,174,179
R184,189,194,199
R262,265,266,269
R270,273,274,277
R279,280,283,284,287
R288,291,292
R208,211,216,219
R160,165,170,175
R180,185,190,195
R136,139,142,145
R148,151,154,157
C31,32,35,36,39,40
C43,44,47,48,51,52
C55,56,59,60,117
C118,125,126
C449,452,455
C352,357,362,367
C398,399,473
C459
C320,323,328,331
C336,339,344,347
C63-76,141,142
C145,146
C238,239,241,243-245
C247,249-251,253
C255-257,259,261,270
C278,286,294,302,396
C393,458
C112,113,115,120,121
7-7
PART NO
U
DESCRIPTION
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
C123,273,275,277,281
C283,285,289,291,293
C297,299,301,305,307
C309,311,312,315,316
C319,322,324,327,330
C332,335,338,340,343
C346,403,405,407,410
245-10561
CAPSM,CER,100pF,50V,COG,5%
16.00
245-10562
CAPSM,CER,150pF,50V,COG,10%
36.00
245-10587
CAPSM,CER,18pF,50V,COG,10%
12.00
245-11594
CAPSM,CER,2200pF,50V,COG,5%
8.00
245-11598
CAPSM,CER,8200pF,50V,COG,5%
10.00
245-11949
245-12316
CAPSM,CER,1500pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.0082uF,50V,X7R,10%
4.00
7.00
245-12485
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
245-13810
CAPSM,CER,1200pF,50V,COG,5%,08
7-8
238.00
16.00
C415,417,419,422,427
C429,431,434,439,441
C446
C349,350,354,355
C359,360,363,365
C375,376,380,381
C385,386,390,391
C1-30,448,450,451
C453,454,456
C86,89,93,96,153,156
C157,160,161,164,165
C168
C400,401,412,413
C424,425,436,437
C229,236,240,242,246
C248,252,254,258,260
C230,231,234,235
C227,228,368,370
C470,471,475
C33,34,37,38,41,42
C45,46,49,50,53,54
C57,58,61,62,77-85
C87,88,90-92,94,95
C97-111,114,116,119
C122,124,127-140,143
C144,147-152,154,155
C158,159,162,163,166
C167,169-193,196,197
C202,203,208,209,214
C215,218-226,232,233
C237,262-269,271,272
C274,276,279,280,282
C284,287,288,290,292
C295,296,298,300,303
C304,306,308,310,313
C314,317,318,321,325
C326,329,333,334,337
C341,342,345,348,351
C353,356,358,361,364
C366,369,371-374
C377-379,382-384
C387-389,392,394,395
C397,402,404,406,408
C409,411,414,416,418
C420,421,423,426,428
C430,432,433,435,438
C440,442,444,445
C447,457,460-469
C472,474,476-480
C194,195,198-201
C204-207,210-213
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
270-00779
270-06671
270-09799
300-10563
300-11599
310-10566
330-13865
330-13882
330-14642
330-15878
340-01525
340-10552
FERRITE,BEAD
FERRITE CHOKE,2.5 TURN
FERRITESM,CHIP,600 OHM,1206
DIODESM,DUAL,SERIES,GP,SOT23
DIODESM,GP,1N4002,MELF
TRANSISTORSM,2N4401,SOT23
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHC04,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74LCX14,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHCT14,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74LVC1G04,SC70
IC,LINEAR,7905,-5V REG
ICSM,LIN,MC33078,DU OPAMP,SOIC
15.00
3.00
20.00
26.00
10.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
25.00
340-10877
340-11559
340-11597
340-12062
340-15493
340-15699
346-10549
346-14451
ICSM,LIN,4556,DUAL OP AMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM317M,+ADJ REG,DPAK
ICSM,LIN,TL072,DUAL OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM3940,5-3V REG,TO263
ICSM,LIN,PGA2311,VOL,5V,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,NE5532A,DUALOPAMP,SOI
ICSM,SS SWITCH,DG408,SOIC
ICSM,SS SW,DG411QUAD,1P1T,SOIC
1.00
3.00
13.00
1.00
7.00
4.00
6.00
13.00
346-14583
350-16126
355-14761
355-15677
410-11639
510-03961
510-13149
510-14079
510-15687
510-15688
510-15690
510-15694
510-15696
640-01701
704-14452
710-15570
740-11287
ICSM,SS SW,ADG451QUAD,1P1T,SOI
ICSM,CPLD,RV8,ANALOG,V1.00
ICSM,DAC,AK4395,24BIT,VSOP
ICSM,ADC,PCM1804,24b,192kHz,SO
RELAY,2P2T,DIP,5V,HI SENS
CONN,POST,100X025,HDR,2MCG
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,WH/RED,G
CONN,POST,156X045,HDR,4MC,LOK
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,13 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,16 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,40 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,6 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,4 POS,VERT
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
HEATSINK,TO220,MTTAB,NUT,1.45H
PC BD,ANALOG I/O,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
6.00
1.00
5.00
4.00
8.00
1.00
15.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
U
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
C216,217
FB1-14,33
FB25-27
FB15-24,28-32,34-38
D1-24,28,29
D25-27,30-36
Q1-3
U53
U76,91
U96
U94,95
U73
U13,15,32-37,52
U54-57,68-71
U77-80,86-89
U30
U74,75,92
U1-8,17,31,72,90,93
U85
U22,23,63-67
U45-48
U10-12,19-21
U9,14,16,18,38U40-44,4951
U24-29
U39
U58-62
U81-84
RY1-8
W1
J1-15
J19
J24
J23
J26
J17,18,21,27
J25
U73
U73
PICK REV 4 PC BOARD
3-Channel Amplifier Board Assembly
201-16214
201-16271
202-09794
202-16231
202-16232
RES,TRM,1T,PC,1K OHM,SA,TOP
RES,TRM,1T,PC,1K OHM,SA,SIDE
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0805
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,2.2M OHM
RES,CF,5%,1W,10 OHM,VERT
1.00
2.00
5.00
3.00
12.00
202-16234
RES,MO,5%,2W,.68 OHM,VERT
24.00
202-16255
RESSM,RO,5%,1W,30 OHM
6.00
203-11082
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,15.0K OHM
6.00
203-11732
203-11980
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.82K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
3.00
9.00
R168
R252,336
R74,77,126,169,173
R131,215,299
R140,141,143,145,224
R225,227,229,308,309
R311,313
R37,38,40,41,43,44
R110,111,194,195
R200-211,278,279
R36,39,42,109
R193,277
R87,90,171,174
R255,258
R370,381,392
R137,162,163,221,246
7-9
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
203-12722
203-13134
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,49.9K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
3.00
9.00
203-13638
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.49K OHM
15.00
203-14566
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,20.0K OHM
9.00
203-14891
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,9.09K OHM
6.00
203-16175
RESSM,RO,1%,1/4W,365K OHM
6.00
203-16235
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,100 OHM
9.00
203-16236
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,100K OHM
21.00
203-16237
203-16239
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,12.1K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.82K OHM
3.00
9.00
203-16241
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,23.2K OHM
12.00
203-16243
203-16244
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,280K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,33.2K OHM
3.00
9.00
203-16245
203-16249
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,47.5 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,750.0 OHM
3.00
9.00
203-16250
203-16251
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,75.0 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,95.3 OHM
3.00
12.00
203-16252
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,5.11K OHM
12.00
203-16253
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/4W,4.99K OHM
9.00
203-16254
RES,MF,1%,1W,49.9K OHM,VERT
6.00
203-16256
203-16415
RESSM,RO,1%,1/4W,107 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,825.0 OHM
240-16257
CAP,ELEC,2.2uF,160V,RAD,20%
6.00
240-16260
240-16261
240-16262
CAPSM,ELEC,2.2uF,50V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,50V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,4.7uF,16V,NPOL,20%
2.00
3.00
6.00
240-16263
244-16265
244-16266
CAPSM,ELEC,33uF,16V,NPOL,20%
CAP,MYL,.0047uF,250V,RAD,5%
CAP,MYL,.01uF,250V,RAD,5%
3.00
3.00
6.00
U
7-10
3.00
12.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
R247,305,330,331
R138,222,306
R144,155,165,228,231
R249,312,315,333
R86,88,91,93,150
R170,172,175,177
R234,254,256,259
R261,318
R151,154,235,238,319
R322,372,383,394
R98,101,182,185
R266,269
R239,240,242,245
R253,257
R118,119,121,147,159
R212,213,243,327
R136,152,153,157,160
R220,236,237,241,244
R304,320,321,325,328
R368,369,379,380
R390,391
R373,384,395
R107,167,191,251,275
R335,367,378,389
R365,366,371,376,377
R382,387,388,393
R405-407
R130,214,298
R132,135,146,216,219
R230,300,303,314
R96,180,264
R97,108,139,181,192
R223,265,276,307
R106,190,274
R104,105,114,115,188
R189,198,199,272,273
R282,283
R133,134,148,149,217
R218,232,233,301,302
R316,317
R95,164,166,179,248
R250,263,332,334
R94,102,178,186
R262,270
R142,226,310
R99,100,103,113,183
R184,187,197,267
R268,271,281
C58,61,97,100,136
C139
C82,121
C64,103,142
C161,162,165,166
C169,170
C41,80,119
C68,107,146
C65,67,104,106
C143,145
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
244-16267
245-10416
245-10544
CAP,MYL,.33uF,63V,RAD,10%
CAPSM,CER,1000pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,220pF,50V,COG,5%
3.00
6.00
12.00
245-10561
CAPSM,CER,100pF,50V,COG,5%
6.00
245-10973
245-16269
CAPSM,CER,22pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,22pF,200V,COG,5%
6.00
15.00
245-16270
245-16293
CAPSM,CER,100pF,200V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,50V,X7R,10%
6.00
37.00
245-16295
245-16296
245-16297
245-16411
245-16412
270-16272
300-10509
CAPSM,CER,4700pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,27pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,100V,X7R,5%
CAPSM,CER,.47uF,50V,Z5U,5%
COIL,1.5uH,5%,RAD,.375LS
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
1.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
3.00
48.00
300-16200
300-16201
300-16202
300-16203
300-16205
310-10510
DIODESM,ZENER,5.1V,225mW,SOT23
DIODESM,ZENER,17V,225mW,SOT23
DIODESM,ZENER,16V,500mW,SOD12
DIODESM,RECT,400V,50A,50NS,SMB
DIODESM,SW,250V,625mA,MELF
TRANSISTORSM,2N3904,SOT23
6.00
6.00
36.00
6.00
6.00
9.00
310-10565
310-16206
310-16207
310-16208
310-16209
310-16210
TRANSISTORSM,2N3906,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,NPN,25V,225mW,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,NPN,300V,1W,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,PNP,50V,350mW,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,PNP,300V,1W,SOT
TRANSISTOR,NPN,300V,1W,TO92
6.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
9.00
310-16211
TRANSISTOR,PNP,300V,1W,TO92
9.00
310-16274
310-16275
330-15667
330-16215
340-10552
340-11045
340-11948
340-16219
410-16222
430-16223
440-15874
480-16225
510-15694
510-15695
510-16278
510-16279
525-16229
TRANSISTOR,MJE15032,NPN,TO220
TRANSISTOR,MJE15033,PNP,TO220
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HCT594,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HCT597,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,MC33078,DU OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM393,DUAL COMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM339,QUAD COMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,TLE2037,OPAMP,SOIC
RELAY,1P2T,24V,SEALED
LEDSM,GRN,10MCD,1206
FUSE,5X20MM,SLO-BLO,12.5A,250V
THERMISTORSM,NTC,20K OHM,0805
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,6 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,14 POS,VERT
CONN,.163,HDR,2X3MC,SHR,POL,LK
CONNSM,TEST POINT,1206
TERM,SCRW,PC,SNAP,VERT,6-32
3.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
6.00
U
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
C66,105,144
C179-184
C51,52,55,56,90,91
C94,95,129,130
C133,134
C163,164,167,168
C171,172
C40,42,79,81,118,120
C44,47-50,83,86-89
C122,125-128
C53,57,92,96,131,135
C4,43,45,46,63,71-78
C84,85,102,110-117
C123,124,141,149-156
C327,328
C148
C69,108,147
C54,93,132
C59,60,98,99,137,138
C62,101,140
L2-4
D16,24-27,29-32
D34-36,39-41,47-50
D52-55,57,62-64
D70-73,75-78,80-82
D85-87,97,99-104
D43,44,66,67,89,90
D42,65,88,93-95
D45,46,68,69,91,92
D37,38,60,61,83,84
D28,33,51,56,74,79
Q27,35,46,54,65,73
Q84,88,92
Q34,53,72,83,87,91
Q81,85,89
Q22,41,60
Q82,86,90
Q23,42,61
Q28,29,37,47,48,56
Q66,67,75
Q24,25,38,43,44,57
Q62,63,76
Q26,45,64
Q12-14
U30
U50
U5,9,13
U7,11,15
U8,12,16
U6,10,14
K2-4
E2-4
F1,2
RT2-4
P1,2
J1
J6
TP3-8
P5-10
7-11
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
600-16416
600-16419
680-16417
680-16418
710-16150
740-11287
FUSE CLIP,5X20MM,PC,.217"LS
BUS BAR,CU,3CH,RV8
WIRE,16G,#6RINGX2/PC,80/150MM
WIRE,16G,#6RINGX2/PC,170/150MM
PC BD,AMP MOD,3CH,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
HW4-7
W1
W7
W8
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
PLACE NEXT TO TP8
1.00
3.00
6.00
R168
R84,252,336
R72,74,77,126
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
4-Channel Amplifier Board Assembly
201-16214
201-16271
202-09794
RES,TRM,1T,PC,1K OHM,SA,TOP
RES,TRM,1T,PC,1K OHM,SA,SIDE
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0805
202-16231
202-16232
RESSM,RO,5%,1/4W,2.2M OHM
RES,CF,5%,1W,10 OHM,VERT
4.00
16.00
202-16234
RES,MO,5%,2W,.68 OHM,VERT
32.00
202-16255
RESSM,RO,5%,1W,30 OHM
8.00
203-11082
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,15.0K OHM
8.00
203-11732
203-11980
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.82K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
4.00
12.00
203-12722
203-13134
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,49.9K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
4.00
11.00
203-13638
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,2.49K OHM
20.00
203-14566
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,20.0K OHM
12.00
203-14891
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,9.09K OHM
8.00
203-16175
RESSM,RO,1%,1/4W,365K OHM
8.00
203-16235
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,100 OHM
12.00
203-16236
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,100K OHM
28.00
203-16237
203-16239
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,12.1K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.82K OHM
4.00
11.00
203-16241
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,23.2K OHM
16.00
7-12
R249,251
R47,131,215,299
R56,57,59,61,140,141
R143,145,224,225,227
R229,308,309,311,313
R26,27,34,35,37,38
R40,41,43,44,110,111
R169,173,176,194-196
R200-211,278,279
R25,33,36,39,42,109
R193,277
R3,6,87,90,171,174
R255,258
R359,370,381,392
R53,78,79,137,162
R163,221,246,247
R305,330,331
R54,138,222,306
R8,32,81,144,155,165
R228,231,312,315,333
R2,4,7,9,66,86,88
R91,93,150,170,172
R175,177,234,254
R256,259,261,318
R67,70,151,154,235
R238,319,322,361,372
R383,394
R14,17,98,101,182
R185,266,269
R129,161,239,240
R242,245,253,257
R75,112,116,118,119
R121,147,159,212
R213,243,327
R52,68,69,73,76,136
R152,153,157,160,220
R236,237,241,244,304
R320,321,325,328,345
R358,368,369,379,380
R390,391
R362,373,384,395
R23,83,107,167,191
R275,335,344,367
R378,389
R342,343,360,365,366
R371,376,377,382,387
R388,393,404-407
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
203-16243
203-16244
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,280K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,33.2K OHM
4.00
12.00
203-16245
203-16249
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,47.5 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,750.0 OHM
4.00
12.00
203-16250
203-16251
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,75.0 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,95.3 OHM
4.00
16.00
203-16252
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,5.11K OHM
16.00
203-16253
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/4W,4.99K OHM
12.00
203-16254
RES,MF,1%,1W,49.9K OHM,VERT
8.00
203-16256
203-16415
RESSM,RO,1%,1/4W,107 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,825.0 OHM
240-16257
CAP,ELEC,2.2uF,160V,RAD,20%
8.00
240-16260
240-16261
240-16262
CAPSM,ELEC,2.2uF,50V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,50V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,4.7uF,16V,NPOL,20%
2.00
4.00
8.00
240-16263
244-16265
244-16266
CAPSM,ELEC,33uF,16V,NPOL,20%
CAP,MYL,.0047uF,250V,RAD,5%
CAP,MYL,.01uF,250V,RAD,5%
4.00
4.00
8.00
244-16267
245-10416
245-10544
CAP,MYL,.33uF,63V,RAD,10%
CAPSM,CER,1000pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,220pF,50V,COG,5%
4.00
8.00
16.00
245-10561
CAPSM,CER,100pF,50V,COG,5%
8.00
245-10973
CAPSM,CER,22pF,50V,COG,5%
8.00
245-16269
CAPSM,CER,22pF,200V,COG,5%
20.00
245-16270
CAPSM,CER,100pF,200V,COG,5%
8.00
245-16293
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,50V,X7R,10%
245-16295
245-16296
245-16297
245-16411
CAPSM,CER,4700pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,27pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,100V,X7R,5%
1.00
4.00
4.00
8.00
245-16412
270-16272
CAPSM,CER,.47uF,50V,Z5U,5%
COIL,1.5uH,5%,RAD,.375LS
4.00
4.00
U
QTY
4.00
16.00
48.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
R46,130,214,298
R48,51,62,132,135
R146,216,219,230,300
R303,314
R12,96,180,264
R13,24,55,97,108,139
R181,192,223,265,276
R307
R22,106,190,274
R20,21,30,31,104,105
R114,115,188,189,198
R199,272,273,282,283
R49,50,64,65,133,134
R148,149,217,218,232
R233,301,302,316,317
R11,80,82,95,164
R166,179,248,250
R263,332,334
R10,18,94,102,178
R186,262,270
R58,142,226,310
R15,16,19,29,99,100
R103,113,183,184,187
R197,267,268,271,281
C19,22,58,61,97,100
C136,139
C82,121
C25,64,103,142
C157,158,161,162
C165,166,169,170
C2,41,80,119
C29,68,107,146
C26,28,65,67,104
C106,143,145
C27,66,105,144
C177-184
C12,13,16,17,51,52
C55,56,90,91,94,95
C129,130,133,134
C159,160,163,164
C167,168,171,172
C1,3,40,42,79,81
C118,120
C5,8-11,44,47-50,83
C86-89,122,125-128
C14,18,53,57,92,96
C131,135
C4,6,7,24,32-39,43
C45,46,63,71-78,84
C85,102,110-117,123
C124,141,149-156
C327,328
C148
C30,69,108,147
C15,54,93,132
C20,21,59,60,98,99
C137,138
C23,62,101,140
L1-4
7-13
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
300-10509
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
300-16200
DIODESM,ZENER,5.1V,225mW,SOT23
8.00
300-16201
300-16202
DIODESM,ZENER,17V,225mW,SOT23
DIODESM,ZENER,16V,500mW,SOD123
8.00
8.00
300-16203
DIODESM,RECT,400V,50A,50NS,SMB
8.00
300-16205
DIODESM,SW,250V,625mA,MELF
8.00
310-10510
TRANSISTORSM,2N3904,SOT23
12.00
310-10565
TRANSISTORSM,2N3906,SOT23
8.00
310-16206
310-16207
310-16208
310-16209
310-16210
TRANSISTORSM,NPN,25V,225mW,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,NPN,300V,1W,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,PNP,50V,350mW,SOT
TRANSISTORSM,PNP,300V,1W,SOT
TRANSISTOR,NPN,300V,1W,TO92
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
12.00
310-16211
TRANSISTOR,PNP,300V,1W,TO92
12.00
310-16274
310-16275
330-15667
330-16215
340-10552
340-11045
340-11948
340-16219
410-16222
430-16223
440-15874
480-16225
510-15694
510-15695
510-16278
510-16279
525-16229
600-16416
600-16420
680-16417
680-16418
710-16160
740-11287
TRANSISTOR,MJE15032,NPN,TO220
TRANSISTOR,MJE15033,PNP,TO220
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HCT594,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HCT597,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,MC33078,DU OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM393,DUAL COMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LM339,QUAD COMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,TLE2037,OPAMP,SOIC
RELAY,1P2T,24V,SEALED
LEDSM,GRN,10MCD,1206
FUSE,5X20MM,SLO-BLO,12.5A,250V
THERMISTORSM,NTC,20K OHM,0805
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,6 POS,VERT
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,14 POS,VERT
CONN,.163,HDR,2X3MC,SHR,POL,LK
CONNSM,TEST POINT,1206
TERM,SCRW,PC,SNAP,VERT,6-32
FUSE CLIP,5X20MM,PC,.217"LS
BUS BAR,CU,4CH,RV8
WIRE,16G,#6RINGX2/PC,80/150MM
WIRE,16G,#6RINGX2/PC,170/150MM
PC BD,AMP MOD,4CH,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
U
QTY
64.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
D1-4,6-9,11-13,16-18
D24-27,29-32,34-36
D39-41,47-50,52-55
D57-59,62-64,70-73
D75-78,80-82,85-87
D97,98-104
D20,21,43,44,66,67
D89,90
D19,42,65,88,93-96
D22,23,45,46,68,69
D91,92
D14,15,37,38,60,61
D83,84
D5,10,28,33,51,56
4.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
8.00
8.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
D74,79
Q8,16,27,35,46,54,65
Q73,80,84,88,92
Q15,34,53,72,79,83
Q87,91
Q77,81,85,89
Q3,22,41,60
Q78,82,86,90
Q4,23,42,61
Q9,10,18,28,29,37,47
Q48,56,66,67,75
Q5,6,19,24,25,38,43
Q44,57,62,63,76
Q7,26,45,64
Q11-14
U30
U50
U1,5,9,13
U3,7,11,15
U4,8,12,16
U2,6,10,14
K1-4
E1-4
F1,2
RT1-4
P1,2
J1
J6
TP1-8
P3-10
HW4-7
W1
W7
W8
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
PLACE NEXT TO TP8
2.00
1.00
C1,2
PICK REV 0 PC BOARD
Speaker EMI Filter Board Assembly
245-16182
710-16180
7-14
CAPSM,CER,470pF,100V,X7R,10%
PC BD,SPKR EMI FILTER,RV8
PART NO
U
DESCRIPTION
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
Video Board Assembly
202-09795
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,2.2K OHM
1.00
202-09871
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1K OHM
13.00
202-09873
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,10K OHM
13.00
202-09874
202-09894
202-09899
202-10426
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,2.2M OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1M OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,15K OHM
1.00
2.00
4.00
18.00
202-10557
202-10558
202-10571
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,4.7K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,47K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,100K OHM
4.00
1.00
9.00
202-10573
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,470K OHM
11.00
202-10943
202-10945
202-10946
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,22K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1.5K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3.3K OHM
3.00
1.00
15.00
202-10947
202-10948
202-10949
202-11042
202-12369
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,680K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,390 OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,1.2K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,6.8K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,36K OHM
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
6.00
202-13579
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,22 OHM
10.00
202-16144
203-10560
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,12 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,75.0 OHM
1.00
32.00
203-10579
203-10837
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.49K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,475 OHM
203-10840
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,750 OHM
23.00
203-10895
203-10896
203-11080
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,681 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.15K OHM
2.00
4.00
12.00
203-11697
203-11705
203-11723
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,909 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,11.0K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.75K OHM
1.00
6.00
8.00
203-11726
203-11734
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,301 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,4.32K OHM
2.00
1.00
2.00
6.00
R77
R4,11,17,85,88,108
R111-113,139,239
R241,244
R84,107,136,146,170
R214,225,230,231,243
R247,249,250
R240
R75,232
R79,80,224,226
R20-28,114,117
R141,144,153,154
R194,197,216
R81-83,147
R78
R134,135,167,168,173
R193,203,206,248
R37,47,56,65,74
R191,219-223
R246,254,255
R251
R30,35,40,45,49,54
R58,63,67,73,87
R110,138,227,238
R245
R252
R76
R119,121,148,150
R131,133,166,169
R202,207
R31,36,41,46,50
R55,59,64,68,72
R228
R29,32,39,42,48,51
R57,60,66,69,89,92
R94,95,97,100,101
R104,106,115,116,118
R120,142,145,149,151
R152,155,195,198,218
R91,98
R156,196,199,204
R209,242
R38,93,96,105
R122-125,130,132,157
R158,161-165,177,180
R200,201,205,208
R174,182
R1,9,15,229
R126-129,159,160,176
R178,179,183,211,212
R102
R2,6,8,13,14,19
R5,10,16,171,184
R187,190,192
R215,217
R103
7-15
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
203-11740
203-11743
203-11889
203-12198
203-12298
203-12491
203-12497
203-12841
203-12897
203-16145
205-15737
240-09786
240-10758
240-11111
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,9.09K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,100K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,110 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,2.15K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,30.1K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,205 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,8.25K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,39.2K OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,976 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,1.07K OHM
RESSM,NET,5%,ISOL,3.3KX4
CAP,ELEC,100uF,25V,RAD,LOW ESR
CAPSM,ELEC,1uF,50V,20%,5.5mmH
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,6V,NONPOL,20%
240-11827
240-13217
241-09798
245-09876
245-09895
245-10416
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,47uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,TANT,10uF,10V,20%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,50V,Z5U,20%
CAPSM,CER,10pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,1000pF,50V,COG,5%
5.00
4.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
245-10452
245-10544
245-10561
245-10972
245-10975
245-10976
245-10977
245-11591
245-11625
245-12070
245-12460
245-12485
CAPSM,CER,390pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,220pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,100pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,.068uF,50V,X7R,20%
CAPSM,CER,3300pF,50V,X7R,10%
CAPSM,CER,47pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,330pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,560pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,33pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,15pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,.056uF,50V,X7R,20%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
3.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
119.00
245-12522
245-12524
245-14762
245-14763
245-14764
270-00779
270-11289
270-11545
270-15693
300-10509
300-10563
300-11599
310-10510
310-10565
310-10566
330-10417
CAPSM,CER,120pF,50V,COG,10%
CAPSM,CER,68pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,6.8pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,12pF,50V,COG,5%
CAPSM,CER,82pF,50V,COG,5%
FERRITE,BEAD
INDUCTORSM,10uH,10%
FERRITESM,CHIP,600 OHM,0805
INDUCTORSM,2.7uH,10%
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
DIODESM,DUAL,SERIES,GP,SOT23
DIODESM,GP,1N4002,MELF
TRANSISTORSM,2N3904,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,2N3906,SOT23
TRANSISTORSM,2N4401,SOT23
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HC00,SOIC
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
7.00
6.00
2.00
1.00
8.00
16.00
7.00
3.00
1.00
U
7-16
QTY
4.00
5.00
4.00
5.00
1.00
4.00
4.00
5.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
3.00
2.00
10.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
R3,7,12,18
R34,44,53,62,71
R233-236
R172,185,186,188,189
R253
R140,143,210,213
R86,109,137,237
R33,43,52,61,70
R175,181
R90,99
RP1
C138-140
C56,179
C11,15,17,21,25
C130-134
C106,107,122,129,183
C47,54,73,79
C97,137,163
C120
C99
C127,177,178
C32,33,39
C172,176
C64,169,174
C180
C181
C117
C173
C27,29,34
C109
C100
C151-156
C1-10,12-14,16,18-20
C22-24,28,31,35-37
C40-46,48-53,55
C57-63,65-72,74-78
C80-96,98,101-105
C108,112,116,118,119
C121,123-126,128,135
C136,141-150,157-162
C164,165,167,168,170
C171,175,182
C26,30,38
C115
C110
C113,166
C114
FB4-7
L7
FB1-3,8-11
L1-6
D1,11
D10
D2-9
Q2,3,5,6,8-19
Q1,4,7,20,24-26
Q21-23
U2
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
330-10505
330-12321
340-01525
340-09244
340-10502
340-11495
340-13445
340-14535
340-15586
340-15683
345-10503
346-10507
346-10508
350-15672
350-16147
355-15678
365-13288
390-10516
390-13857
390-13858
390-14544
410-11639
510-13128
510-14079
510-15471
510-15472
510-15473
510-15688
640-01701
704-06165
704-09508
710-15580
740-11287
ICSM,DIGITAL,74HC02,SOIC
ICSM,DIGITAL,74VHCT08,TSSOP
IC,LINEAR,7905,-5V REG
ICSM,LINEAR,78LS05,5V REG,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LF353,DUAL OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,LT1229,VID OPAMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,TLC2933,PLL,TSOP
IC,LIN,1585A,3.3V REG,TO220
ICSM,LIN,MAX4310,VIDAMP,W/MUX
ICSM,LIN,AD8072,VIDAMPX2,SOIC
ICSM,INTER,NJM2229,SYNSEP,SOIC
ISCM,SS SWITCH,74HC4051,SOIC
ICSM,SS SWITCH,74HC4053,SOIC
ICSM,FLASH,128KX8,5V,90NS,PLCC
ICSM,CPLD,RV8,VIDEO,V1.00
ICSM,CODEC,SAA7109E,VIDEO,BGA
ICSM,uPROC,MB90092,OSDC,PQFP
RESONATOR,CER,503KHz
CRYSTAL,OSCSM,14.31818MHz,TRI
CRYSTAL,OSCSM,17.73448MHz,TRI
CRYSTAL OSCSM,24.576MHz,TRI,3V
RELAY,2P2T,DIP,5V,HI SENS
CONN,MINIDIN,4FC,PCRA,GND
CONN,POST,156X045,HDR,4MC,LOK
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,GRN,GND
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,RED,GND
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCGX2V,BLU,GND
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,16 POS,VERT
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
HEATSINK,TO220,.75X.5X.5,TAB
HEATSINK,TO220,MTTAB,W/4-40NUT
PC BD,VIDEO,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
U
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
5.00
1.00
11.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
9.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
U42
U35
U32
U29
U31,41
U18,28,30
U1
U24
U4,15-17,38
U3,5,6,19,27
U39
U7-13,20-23
U40
U25
U14
U34
U26
Y1
U36
U37
U33
RY1-6
J1-4,11-15
J18
J7,10
J5,8
J6,9
J20
U32
U24
U32
PICK REV 4 PC BOARD
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
R1,4,7,10,13
R2,5,8,11,14
R3,6,9,12,15
C11,12
C1-10
Q1-5
J1-5
J6
PICK REV 0 PC BOARD
4.00
1.00
1.00
J1-4
J5
PICK REV 0 PC BOARD
Video In Board Assembly
202-10946
202-13579
203-10560
240-11827
245-12485
310-10510
510-13147
680-15684
710-15500
740-11287
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,3.3K OHM
RESSM,RO,5%,1/10W,22 OHM
RESSM,RO,1%,1/10W,75.0 OHM
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,16V,20%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,25V,Z5U,20%
TRANSISTORSM,2N3904,SOT23
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCG,YEL,GND
CABLE,FFC,14CX.1,CRMPST/RA,2.5
PC BD,VIDEO IN,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
Video Out Board Assembly
510-13147
680-16146
710-15510
CONN,RCA,PCRA,1FCG,YEL,GND
CABLE,FFC,14CX.1,CRMPST/RA,1.5
PC BD,VIDEO OUT,RV8
Power Supply Board Subssembly
022-16443
202-09794
202-16233
203-11980
PL,ASSY,BRIDGE RECT,RV8
RESSM,RO,0 OHM,0805
RES,CF,5%,2W,27K OHM,VERT
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,10.0K OHM
1.00
1.00
10.00
8.00
203-13134
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,1.00K OHM
3.00
D26
R238
R2-11
R207,210,215,218,220
R223-225
R221,227,228
7-17
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
203-14566
203-16235
203-16238
203-16246
203-16247
240-16258
240-16259
240-16264
244-16268
245-16292
245-16293
245-16410
300-10509
300-16204
310-10566
340-11045
340-16216
340-16217
340-16218
410-16220
410-16221
480-16224
510-15694
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,20.0K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,100 OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,14.7K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,6.19K OHM
RESSM,THIN,1%,1/10W,61.9K OHM
CAP,ELEC,5600uF,35V,SNAP,20%
CAP,ELEC,27000uF,80V,SNAP,20%
CAPSM,ELEC,10uF,50V,NPOL,20%
CAP,MYL,.1uF,250V,X2,RAD,20%
CAPSM,CER,.01uF,50V,X7R,10%
CAPSM,CER,.1uF,50V,X7R,10%
CAPSM,CER,.33uF,50V,X7R,5%
DIODESM,1N914,SOT23
DIODESM,RECT,100V,3A,20NS,SMC
TRANSISTORSM,2N4401,SOT23
ICSM,LIN,LM393,DUAL COMP,SOIC
ICSM,LIN,7815,+15V REG,D2PAK
ICSM,LIN,7915,-15V REG,D2PAK
ICSM,LIN,LM324,4OPAMP,SOIC
RELAY,1PNO,5V,SEALED
RELAY,1PNO,24V,SEALED
THERMISTOR,PTC,6 OHM,265V
CONN,FFC,1.25MM,6 POS,VERT
4.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
4.00
4.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
R211,213,214,216
R222,226
R212
R217,219
R208,209
C81,82
C40,77,78,79
C70
C80
C65,66
C67-69,71,75,83
C74,76
D22-25
D27-30
Q23-25
U42
U1
U2
U41
K3
K2
RT1,2
P1
510-16227
510-16228
510-16278
525-16281
525-16282
600-16230
710-16170
740-11287
CONN,.163,HDR,2MC,SHR,POL,LK
CONN,.250,HDR,2X3MCG,SHR,POL
CONN,.163,HDR,2X3MC,SHR,POL,L
TERM,QDC,.250,PC,.2LS,LK
TERM,QDC,.250,PCRA,.2LS
FUSE CLIP,3AG/5X20MM,PC
PC BD,PS,RV8
LABEL,S/N,PCB,PRINTED
1.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
J21
J4,14,15
J2,5
J12
J6,7
HW1,2
PICK REV 2 PC BOARD
PLACE OVER HW4
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
Chassis Assembly
022-15610
022-15611
022-15612
022-15624
PL,MECH ASSY,FP,RV8
PL,MECH ASSY,VIDEO,RV8
PL,MECH ASSY,TUNER/PREAMP,RV8
PL,FAN ASSY,RV8
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
022-16444
022-16445
023-15615
023-15617
270-16120
454-13124
470-15213
PL,MECH ASSY,AMP,3CH,RV8
PL,MECH ASSY,AMP,4CH,RV8
PL,MAIN BD ASSY,RV8
PL,ANLG I/O BD ASSY,RV8
FERRITE,FLAT CABLE,~1.8X1.1"
SW,ROCKER,2P1T,[email protected],BLK,VER
XFORMER,PWR,TOR,RV8/CX AMP
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
490-13144
490-15843
527-12974
530-02488
540-14303
541-15576
550-15844
630-12533
CONN,PLUG,.200,4FC,RA,12-30G
CONN,AC,3MC,SNAP,06TH,IEC,10A
CONN,DSUB,JSCKT,4-40,.187X.25
TIE,CABLE,NYL,.14"X5-5/8"
GROMMET,STRIP,SER,.037"GAP,NYL
FOOT,50MM DX25MM H,ABS,BLK
HANDLE,"U",5X2H,3/8"D,BLK
WSHR,FL,.120IDX.25ODX.062,RUB
1.00
1.00
4.00
8.00
15.50
4.00
2.00
16.00
7-18
CONNECT TO MAIN BD
(J21,23,24,32)
TUNER CABLE
For 100-120V: WIRE
TO "100V/120V" CONN ON
PS BD
For 220-240V: WIRE TO
"220V/230V/240V" CONN
ON PS BD
REAR PANEL
DCONN TO R.PANEL
CABLES TO CHASSIS
(2) 7.75" PCS
CHASSIS
FANS TO CHASSIS
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
635-15322
640-01711
640-01721
640-02377
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-11284
640-13645
640-15346
640-15476
640-15476
SPCR,M3X8MM,RD,HEXHD,BLIND,ZN
SCRW,6-32X1/4,FH,PH,ZN
SCRW,8-32X3/8,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,4-40X1/4,PNH,PH,BLK
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X8MM,FH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M4X10MM,FH,SCKT,BZ
SCRW,M5X16MM,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
640-15476
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
6.00
640-15476
640-15476
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
2.00
8.00
640-15476
640-16140
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,4-40X5/16,THMB,RH,SS
4.00
1.00
641-01703
641-11466
SCRW,TAP,AB,4X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,TAP,#4X3/8,PNH,PH,BZ,TRI
643-10492
644-01741
644-01747
644-10494
680-15630
680-15631
NUT,M4X.7MM,KEP,ZN
WSHR,INT STAR,#8,ZN
WSHR,INT STAR,#4,ZN
WSHR,FL,M4CLX9ODX.8MM THK
WIRE,14G,G/Y,3.5"187QDCRA/LUG8
CABLE,FFC,4CX1.25MM,15"L,COS
1.00
4.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
680-15632
680-15633
680-15634
CABLE,FFC,13CX1.25MM,15"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,16CX1.25MM,10"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,16CX1.25MM,14"L,COS
1.00
1.00
1.00
680-15636
680-15637
680-15639
680-15640
CABLE,FFC,40CX1.25MM,6"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,40CX1.25MM,12"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,14CX1.25MM,4"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,6CX1.25MM,4"L,COS
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
680-15641
680-15641
680-15642
CABLE,FFC,6CX1.25MM,6"L,COS
CABLE,FFC,6CX1.25MM,6"L,COS
CABLE,HSGX2,10C/4CX3,16.5"
1.00
1.00
1.00
680-15643
680-15697
680-15698
680-16122
700-15809
700-15810
700-15811
700-15812
702-15803
CABLE,HSG/QDC,18/14AWG,22.5"
CABLE,PWR,187RA/250QDC,SLV,7.5
CABLE,HSG/HSG,16G,6C,12"
CABLE,FFC,14CX1.25MM,4"L,FOLD
COVER,4U,RV8
CHASSIS,LEFT,RV8
CHASSIS,RIGHT,RV8
PLATE,CENTER,CHASSIS,RV8
PANEL,REAR,RV8
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
U
QTY
16.00
4.00
4.00
1.00
6.00
2.00
4.00
5.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
16.00
13.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
8.00
20.00
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
FANS TO CHASSIS
PS TO PS MTG PLATE
HANDLES TO R.PANEL
MAIN BD TO R.PANEL
CTR PLT TO CHAS L&R
OPT PNL TO REAR PNL
MAIN BD TO CTR PLATE
ANLG BD TO CTR PLATE
VIDEO DBs TO R.PNL
TUNER ASSY TO R.PNL
BTM PLATE TO FP
FANS TO CHASSIS
COVER TO CHASSIS
FEET TO CHASSIS
XFRMR TO BRKT
PS & TORROID ASSY TO
CHASSIS
3CH AMP TO CHASSIS
AND R. PANEL
PS MTG PLATE TO CHAS
4CH AMP TO CHASSIS
AND R.PANEL
F.PANEL TO CHASSIS
TUNER/PREAMP TO RP
ACCESS PLATE TO CHAS
RCA CONN TO R.PNL;
ALIGN HOLES W/CONNS
BEFORE TORQUING
SCREWS.
CHASSIS GND
REAR HANDLES
DSUB JSCKT
CHASSIS GND
AC IN TO CHASSIS GND
HEADPHONE TO ANLG
BD
TUNER TO ANLG BD
VIDEO BD TO MAIN BD
PHONO PREAMP TO
ANLG
ANLG BD TO MAIN BD
FP TO MAIN BD
4CH AMP TO MAIN BD
AMPS TO ANLG BD (2);
CROWN PS TO MN BD(1)
3CH AMP TO ANLG BD
4CH AMP TO ANLG BD
PS TO MAIN, ANLG &
VIDEO BDs
PWR SW TO PWR SUP
AC CONN TO PWR SW
3&4CH AMPS TO PS
3CH AMP TO MAIN BD
7-19
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
702-15806
702-15807
702-15808
720-15425
720-16123
740-08556
740-09538
740-14888
740-16015
PLATE,BOTTOM,RV8
PLATE,MTG,PS,RV8
PANEL,OPTION,BLANK,RV8
PAD,FOOT,1.438OD,.563IDX.06THK
TAPE,FOAM,DBL-STK,1.75X.4X.025
LABEL,GROUND SYMBOL,0.5"DIA
LABEL,S/N,CHASSIS,PRINTED
LABEL,LIC/PAT/WARN,MC12
LABEL,100-120V,50-60Hz,1300W
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
740-16017
LABEL,220-240V,50-60Hz,1300W
1.00
750-15827
750-15828
PWR SUP,+5V/+-15V,65W,"U" BRKT
REMOTE CONTROL,RV8
1.00
1.00
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
CHASSIS BOTTOM
REAR PANEL
FERRITE TO TUNER CBL
REAR PANEL
CHASSIS BOTTOM
For 100-120V: REAR
PANEL, ABOVE AC CONN
For 220-240V: REAR
PANEL, ABOVE AC CONN
FP Mechanical Assembly
023-14068
023-15616
023-15622
430-13143
550-13633
550-13634
550-14090
635-14526
640-01841
PL,IR/ENC BD ASSY,MC12/B
PL,SW/LED BD ASSY,RV8
PL,HEADPHONE BD ASSY,RV8
DISPLAY,VF,20X2 CHAR,5X8DOT
BUTTON,.276X.572,BLK
BUTTON,.276X.572,BLK,W/LTPIPE
KNOB,2.00X.95H,6MM,ALUM,PEWTER
SPCR,M3CLX6MM,6MMRD
SCRW,2-56X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
16.00
29.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
640-10495
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
640-15476
680-14693
SCRW,M3X12MM,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M4X8MM,PNH,PH,ZN
CABLE,100,PLUG/SCKT,2X7C,10.5"
1.00
10.00
11.00
2.00
6.00
1.00
701-14858
701-15454
701-15816
701-15847
702-15800
703-14098
720-15849
SHIELD,6.7X1.8X.4"H
BRACKET,SUPPORT,COVER,MC8
BRACKET,HEADPHONE BD,RV8
BRACKET,"L",SUPPORT,COVER,RV8
PANEL,FRONT,RV8
LENS,6.36X1.55,MC12
LIGHT PIPE,LED,VERT,.13D
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
7.00
ENCODER
IR/ENC BD
DISPLAY TO FP
IR/ENC BD
SHIELD TO FP
SW/LED BD TO FP
HEADPHONE BRKT
SPT BRKTS TO FP
SOLDER TO DSPLY.
DSPLY TO SW/LED BD.
FP TO COVER
Video Mechanical Assembly
023-15618
023-15619
023-15620
640-10498
641-13116
701-15815
PL,VIDEO BD ASSY,RV8
PL,VIDEO IN BD ASSY,RV8
PL,VIDEO OUT BD ASSY,RV8
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,TAP,AB,4X3/8,FH,PH,BZ
BRACKET,VIDEO BD,RV8
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
15.00
1.00
VIDEO BD TO BRKT
VIDEO BD TO BRKT
Tuner/Preamp Mechanical Assembly
023-15621
023-15627
635-15337
640-02715
PL,MIC/PREAMP BD ASSY,RV8
PL,TUNER BD ASSY,RV8
SPCR,M3X25MM,6MM HEX
SCRW,4-40X1/4,FH,PH,ZN
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
640-10498
640-10498
640-10498
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
SCRW,M3X6MM,PNH,PH,BZ
1.00
2.00
1.00
7-20
TUNER BD TO BRKT
TUNER BD KEYSTONE TO
BRKT
SPCR TO BRKT
MIC/PREAMP TO BRKT
TUNER BD TO SPCR
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
641-13116
641-13116
701-15814
SCRW,TAP,AB,4X3/8,FH,PH,BZ
SCRW,TAP,AB,4X3/8,FH,PH,BZ
BRACKET,TUNER,RV8
1.00
2.00
1.00
FAN,60X60X10MM,12VDC,10CFM
CONN,CONT,CRIMP,22-26AWG,AMP
CONN,HSG,CRIMP,.100X2,POL,LK
1.00
2.00
1.00
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
RCA CONN TO BRKT
TUNER BD TO BRKT
Fan Assembly
410-15839
525-12536
527-12537
Power Supply Mechanical Assembly
023-15826
440-16212
440-16213
635-16285
640-16291
641-16299
701-16426
PL,PS BD SUBASSY,RV8
FUSE,5X20MM,SLO-BLO,6.3A,250V
FUSE,3AG,FAST,15A,250V
SPCR,6-32X1.25,.25HEX,ALUM
SCRW,6-32X.25,PNH,TORX,SEMS,BZ
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.25,PNH,TX,SMS,Z
BRACKET,TOROID/PS,RV8
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
1.00
(For 220-240V) HW1-2
(For 120V) HW1-2
Bridge Rectifier Assembly
300-16273
635-16286
640-16287
704-16433
DIODE,RECT,200V,50A,W/HS
SPCR,8-32X.5,.375HEX,ALUM
SCRW,8-32X.75,PNH,TORX,SEMS,BZ
HEATSINK,BRIDGE RECT,RV8
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
VCO Mechanical Assembly
023-16129
700-14838
700-14839
PL,VCO BD ASSY,MCLK
HOUSING,VCO,MC12
COVER,VCO,MC12
1.00
1.00
1.00
3-Channel Amp Bd Mechanical Assembly
022-16446
022-16447
022-16448
022-16449
023-15824
023-15890
490-16280
630-16283
630-16284
640-01710
640-16298
641-16288
643-16290
644-03668
680-16422
701-16424
702-16427
703-16429
PL,HS ASSY,SGL,POS,RV8
PL,HS ASSY,SGL,NEG,RV8
PL,HS ASSY,DBL,POS,RV8
PL,HS ASSY,DBL,NEG,RV8
PL,AMP BD ASSY,3CH,RV8
PL,SPKR EMI FILTER BD ASSY,RV8
CONN,BDGPOSTX2G,10-32,RED/BLK
WSHR,SHLDR,.312SHNK,#6CL,NYL
SPCR,#6CLX.090,.25RD,NYL
SCRW,6-32X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,6-32X.25,UFH,PH,ZN
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.312,PNH,TORX,ZN
NUT,6-32,KEP,CONICAL WSHR,ZN
WSHR,LOCK,EXT STAR,#6,SS
HARNESS,AMP,3CH,RV8
BRACKET,AMP,3CH,RV8
PLATE,AMP,3CH,RV8
INSUL,AMP,3CH,RV8
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
2.00
20.00
4.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
P5-10
4-Channel Amp Bd Mechanical Assembly
022-16448
022-16449
023-15825
023-15890
PL,HS ASSY,DBL,POS,RV8
PL,HS ASSY,DBL,NEG,RV8
PL,AMP BD ASSY,4CH,RV8
PL,SPKR EMI FILTER BD ASSY,RV8
2.00
2.00
1.00
4.00
7-21
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
490-16280
630-16283
630-16284
640-01710
640-16298
641-16288
643-16290
644-03668
680-16423
701-16425
702-16428
703-16430
CONN,BDGPOSTX2G,10-32,RED/BLK
WSHR,SHLDR,.312SHNK,#6CL,NYL
SPCR,#6CLX.090,.25RD,NYL
SCRW,6-32X1/4,PNH,PH,ZN
SCRW,6-32X.25,UFH,PH,ZN
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.312,PNH,TORX,ZN
NUT,6-32,KEP,CONICAL WSHR,ZN
WSHR,LOCK,EXT STAR,#6,SS
HARNESS,AMP,4CH,RV8
BRACKET,AMP,4CH,RV8
PLATE,AMP,4CH,RV8
INSUL,AMP,4CH,RV8
U
QTY
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
4.00
4.00
4.00
8.00
2.00
24.00
4.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
P3-10
Single Positive Heatsink Assembly
100-01759
310-16276
630-16421
641-16289
704-16431
CHEM,HEATSINK COMP,SILICONE
TRANSISTOR,MJ21194,NPN,TO3
INSUL,SIL RUB,.94X.66
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.25,PNH,TORX,ZN
HEATSINK,AMP,SGL,RV8
0.003 oz
2.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
Single Negative Heatsink Assembly
100-01759
310-16277
630-16421
641-16289
704-16431
CHEM,HEATSINK COMP,SILICONE
TRANSISTOR,MJ21193,PNP,TO3
INSUL,SIL RUB,.94X.66
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.25,PNH,TORX,ZN
HEATSINK,AMP,SGL,RV8
0.003 oz
2.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
Double Positive Heatsink Assembly
100-01759
310-16276
630-16421
641-16289
704-16432
CHEM,HEATSINK COMP,SILICONE
TRANSISTOR,MJ21194,NPN,TO3
INSUL,SIL RUB,.94X.66
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.25,PNH,TORX,ZN
HEATSINK,AMP,DBL,RV8
0.003 oz
4.00
2.00
8.00
1.00
Double Negative Heatsink Assembly
100-01759
310-16277
630-16421
641-16289
704-16432
CHEM,HEATSINK COMP,SILICONE
TRANSISTOR,MJ21193,PNP,TO3
INSUL,SIL RUB,.94X.66
SCRW,TAP,6-32X.25,PNH,TORX,ZN
HEATSINK,AMP,DBL,RV8
0.003 oz
4.00
2.00
8.00
1.00
Mounting Bracket Assembly (Option)
630-08670
640-08671
640-14680
701-15813
WSHR,FIN,#10,NYL,BLK
SCRW,10-32X3/4,FH,PH,BLK
SCRW,M4X14MM,FH,SCKT,SS
BRACKET,MTG,RACK,4U,RV8
4.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
Power Cord Options
680-15223
680-15217
680-15202
CORD,POWER,IEC,15A,14G,2M,NA
CORD,POWER,IEC,10A,1MM,2M,EURO
CORD,POWER,IEC,10A,1MM,2M,UK
1.00
1.00
1.00
Packaging/Miscellaneous
070-15838
070-16011
7-22
GUIDE,USER,RV8
NOTES,RELEASE,RV8
1.00
1.00
N.America
Europe
United Kingdom
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QTY
460-08452
480-15840
480-15841
480-15842
560-16125
730-15818
730-15819
730-15821
730-15822
730-15823
730-15829
BAT,ALK,AAA
ANTENNA,AM,LOOP,75X168MM
ANTENNA,FM,"F",1.5M L
ANTENNA,FM,PAL,1.5M L
ADPTR,RF CONN,F-MALE>PAL-MALE
BOX,26.75X23.375X15.25,BLANK
BOX,25.875X22.5X14,LEXICON
INSERT,FOAM,BASE,4UX19
INSERT,FOAM,TOP,4UX19
BOX,18.75X12.625X2.5
TRAY,ACCESSORY,RV8
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
U
EFFECT.
INACT. REFERENCE INFO.
OUTER BOX
INNER BOX
7-23
RELEASED COPY
MAY 15 2003
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 09 2004
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 15 2004
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
MAY 14 2004
12/15/04
RELEASED COPY
JULY 05 2005
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
MAY 20 2004
RELEASED COPY
JAN 07 2004
APR 2 2004
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
DEC 18 2003
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
JUL 22 2005
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
JUL 09 2004
RELEASED COPY
JUL 09 2004
DEC 05 2003
RELEASED COPY
RELEASED COPY
DEC 05 2003
RELEASED COPY
DEC 05 2003
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 000327-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 000925-01
3
CHANGED R3 FROM 2.4K TO 1.5K PER ECO
010130-00
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
3/27/00
KB
4/10/00
RWH
10/13/00
KB
10/20/00
CW
1/30/01
KB
1/30/01
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
4/28/00
KB
4/10/00
CW
10/23/00
KB
10/20/00
ECM
1/30/01
KB
1/30/01
D
+5VD
IRM-8755-H2 3
VCC
1
OUT
SEE NOTE 4
GND
U1C
2
+5VD
GPIU281 2
VCC
1
OUT
SEE NOTE 4
IR FLASHER
SHIELD GND
U1B
5
4
+5VD
3
+5VD
J1
2
VCC
1
OUT
SEE NOTE 4
IR_DATA
SHIELD GND
U1A
6
5
4
OVERLOAD
IR ACK
+5VD
+5VD
+5VD
C
GPIU5
SYSTEM ON
C2
C1
3
.1/50
.1/50
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
D1
IR
D4
D2
BLU
RED
R3
IR_AUXRET
IR_AUXIN
1.5K
1/4W
5%
D3
C
YEL
R2
R1
1.2K
820
1/4W
5%
1/4W
5%
SYSTEM_ON_LED
OVLD_LED
IR_ACK_LED
ENCODER
NOTES
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
A
B
C
ENCODER_A
ENCODER_B
2
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
3 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C2, D4, J1, R3, SW1, U1
4 INSTALL ONE ONLY OF U1A, B, C.
SW1
B
B
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
Q.C.
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
CW
10/27/99
KB
10/27/99
RWH
10/27/99
KB
10/27/99
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,IR/ENC BD,MC12
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-13699
REV
3
FILE NAME
13699-3 . 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
1-30-2001_15:17
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
4/29/03
CAM
4/29/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
4/29/03
KAB
5/2/03
D
J2
NC
J1
NC
EXPI0
EXPI1
EXPI2
EXPI3
EXPI4
EXPI5
EXPI6
EXPI7
EXPO0
EXPO1
EXPO2
EXPO3
EXPO4
EXPO5
EXPO6
EXPO7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
*
+5VD
+5VD
CS1/
+5VD
CS0/
1
FB1
C
NOTES
R1
W1
10K
4
10K
5
2
1
4
3
2
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
1
10K
6
10K
7
10K
8
10K
5
10K
6
10K
7
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
EXPI0
EXPI1
EXPI2
EXPI3
EXPI4
EXPI5
EXPI6
EXPI7
EXPI2
EXPI3
EXPI4
EXPI5
EXPI6
EXPI7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
19
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
1G
2G
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
EXPO0
EXPO1
EXPO2
EXPO3
EXPO4
EXPO5
EXPO6
EXPO7
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
5 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C2, FB1, J3, R1, RP2, U2, W1
6 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
ARE NOT ON BOM.
*
U1
EXPO[7:0]
EXPO0
EXPO1
4
74VHCT541
EXPI[7:0]
EXPI0
EXPI1
C
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
10K
8
1->2: EXPANSION SLOT B
2->3: EXPANSION SLOT A
NC
EXPO2
EXPO3
EXPO4
EXPO5
EXPO6
EXPO7
+5VD
EXPCS1/
EXPCS0/
5
B
EXP_RESET/
3
U2
4
2
B
3
RP1 RP1 RP1 RP1 RP2 RP2 RP2 RP2
2
3
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NC7WZU04
J3
RESET/
SPARE
+5VD
GND
U2
1
6
NC
NC7WZU04
C2
.1/25
.1/25
© 2003 Lexicon, Inc.
CONTRACT
NO.
A
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
8
RWH
4/29/03
CHECKED
CAM
4/29/03
Q.C.
CW
4/29/03
KAB
5/2/03
ISSUED
= 1.3mS
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM, EXP TEST BD, RV8
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15379
REV
0
FILE NAME
15379-0. 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
5-5-2003_15:43
C1
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUTS
DRAFTER
CHECKER
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
+5VV
C10
CVID
D
J5
.1/25
VIDEO BOARD CONNECTOR
2N3904
1
1
D
R15
2 YEL RCA
Q5
R14
R13
22
75.0
1%
C9
CVID[5:1]
CVID1
CVID5
CVID4
3.3K
CVID3
CVID2
.1/25
CVID1
-15V
+5VV
C8
J4
.1/25
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
J6
+5VV
+5VV
C11
10/16
-15V
C12
10/16
2N3904
1
2
R12
2 YEL RCA
Q4
R11
R10
22
75.0
1%
C7
-15V
CVID2
3.3K
.1/25
C
C
-15V
+5VV
C6
J3
.1/25
NOTES
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
2N3904
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
1
3
R9
2 YEL RCA
Q3
75.0
1%
R7
C5
R8
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
CVID3
4
22
3.3K
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
5 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C12, J6, Q5, R15
.1/25
-15V
+5VV
C4
J2
B
.1/25
2N3904
B
1
4
R6
2 YEL RCA
Q2
75.0
1%
R4
C3
R5
CVID4
22
3.3K
.1/25
-15V
+5VV
C2
J1
2N3904
R3
2 YEL RCA
Q1
75.0
1%
R1
C1
R2
CVID5
22
3.3K
.1/25
A
© 2002 Lexicon, Inc.
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
-15V
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
Q.C.
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
CW
8/7/02
ECM
8/13/02
RWH
8/14/02
MAG
8/15/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO IN BD,RV8
RCA INPUTS
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15509
0
FILE NAME
15509-0 . 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
9-3-2002_11:12
5
.1/25
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
D
D
J1
1
2
C
CVID_ZON22
C
2 YEL RCA
ZONE2
COMPOSITE VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO BOARD CONNECTOR
J2
1
1
CVID_ZON21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2 YEL RCA
J3
1
2
CVID_MAIN2
MAIN
COMPOSITE VIDEO
OUT
1 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: J5
J5
2 YEL RCA
B
NOTES
B
J4
1(OSD)
1
CVID_MAIN1
2 YEL RCA
© 2002 Lexicon, Inc.
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
Q.C.
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
CW
8/7/02
ECM
8/13/02
RWH
8/14/02
MAG
8/15/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO OUT BD,RV8
RCA OUTPUTS
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15519
0
FILE NAME
15519-0 . 1
SHEET
1
1
OF 1
9-3-2002_11:25
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
LUG1
R42
D
75US_R
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/20/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/22/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021030-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030317-00
[1/B3,1/B5]
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/26/02
MAG
11/26/02
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
D
100
R34
*
R33
75US_L
[1/B5,1/B3]
100
+15VA
+15VA
C35
J3
.1/25
R26
1
3
5
100
1/4W
RCA
R27
C29
120PF
D9
47.5K
1% BAR35
6
NE5532A
4
C38
R35
7
-
2.21K
1%
U4
10/25
C34
BAR35
D10
R45
.1/25
8
+
C37
BAV99
.1/25
.068/63
D13
5
6
R44
8
+
R47
-
U5
*
R48
7
4
[1/B3]
RIAA_R
[1/C3,1/B5]
100
NE5532A
2.21K
1%
75US_LRET
100
C43
RIAA_L
[1/C3,1/B5]
100
C42
RIAA_LRET
[1/C3]
100
CONNECTOR TO
ANALOG BOARD
.1/25
-15VA
-15VA
R46
R31
C
20.0K
1%
47.5K
1%
R32
C33
4.75K
1%
+15VA
C41
4.7PF
R49
FB8
R30 .068/63
432
1%
C45
C27
C28
10/25
150PF
10/25
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
C31
47/6
R43
75US_L
[1/B3,1/D5]
100
R40
*
R41
75US_R
[1/D5,1/B3]
100
+15VA
+15VA
J3
R29
2
B
3
3
100
1/4W
RCA
R28
C30
120PF
D11
47.5K
1% BAR35
2
NE5532A
1
4
U4
R39
C40
2.21K
1%
10/25
C39
BAR35
BAV99
D12
.068/63
D14
R50
3
2
8
+
R53
-
U5
*
R54
1
4
[1/B3]
MIC1_OUT
MIC1_RET
MIC2_OUT
MIC2_RET
RIAA_L
RIAA_LRET
RIAA_R
RIAA_RRET
75US_L
75US_LRET
75US_R
75US_RRET
C25
150PF
RIAA_L
10/25
C26
J4
FB6
FB5
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
7 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
[1/D5,1/C3]
100
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
*
ARE NOT ON BOM. INSTALLED ONLY
FOR WHITE OVER RED RCA CONNECTOR.
RIAA_RRET
[1/B3]
B
DOCUMENT CONTROL BLOCK: #060-15529
100
-15VA
NOTES
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
6 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C46, D14, FB8, J4, LUG1, R55, U5.
-15VA
RIAA_R
FB7
5 [XX/XX] DENOTES [SHEET NUMBER/SECTOR]
[1/C3,1/D5]
100
NE5532A
2.21K
1%
75US_RRET
[2/C3]
[2/C3]
[2/C3]
[2/B3]
[1/B5,1/D5]
[1/C5]
[1/D5,1/B5]
[1/B5]
[1/B5,1/D5]
[1/D5]
[1/D5,1/B5]
[1/B5]
100
R52
8
+
C
2.37K
1%
SHEET
1 OF 2
2 OF 2
-15VA
TITLE
REVISION
PHONO PREAMP
2
MIC INPUTS
2
R51
R37
20.0K
1%
47.5K
1%
R38
C36
4.75K
1%
R55
C44
4.7PF
2.37K
1%
R36 .068/63
432
1%
C46
10/25
C32
47/6
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NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
8/15/02
SCHEM, MIC/PREAMP BD,RV8
PHONO PREAMP
CHECKED
CBV
8/15/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/26/02
MAG
8/16/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
2
060-15529
FILE NAME
15529-2. 1
SHEET 1
1
OF
2
5-23-2003_9:15
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/27/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/22/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021030-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030317-00
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/26/02
MAG
11/26/02
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
D
+15VA
R11
10.0K
1%
+15VA
R1
J1
FB1
2
2.2K
D1
MIC IN 1
BAV99
3
C1
C5
R7
10/16
10.0K
1%
+15VA 47PF
D2
R3
BAV99
5
6
2.2K
-15VA
R2
330
-15VA
MC33078
+
-
5
+
MC33078
R19
U1
6
-
U2
100
C20
150PF
C7
FB2
10/16
7
4
R8
10.0K
1%
-15VA
.1/25
C12
R20
MIC1_RET
[1/C3]
-15VA
R18
2.00K
1%
C19
C
R13
10.0K
1% C15
+15VA
R4
J2
FB3
2.2K
2
D3
BAV99
3
[1/C3]
100
R12 47PF
+15VA
MIC IN 2
MIC1_OUT
C13
.1/25
10.0K
1%
C
.1/25
8
7
C2
10/16
C14
.1/25
8
4
C6
+15VA
C21
150PF
1
C11
C3
C8
R9
10/16
10.0K
1%
BAV99
2.2K
R5
-15VA
C9
C4
10/16
150PF
D5
1%
BAV99
+15VA
8
3
+
2
-
MC33078
4
330
-15VA
102
47PF
R6
D4
R17
+15VA
150PF
1
47PF
8
1
3
+
U1
2
-
FB4
R10
10/16
10.0K
1%
R24
U2
100
1
4
C10
MC33078
R23
-15VA
-15VA
C16
R22
R14
47PF
MIC2_RET
[1/C3]
[1/C3]
100
2.00K
1%
10.0K
1%
MICROPHONE BIAS VOLTAGE SUPPLY
MIC2_OUT
C22
R21
47PF
102
B
1%
B
D6
+15VA
D8
BAV99
1N4002
9V
CASE=VOUT
VIN
VOUT
2
LM317M
ADJ
1
U3
R16
D7
237
1%
1N4002 1K
C23
R25
.1/25
1.50K
C24
1%
10/16
R15
C18
C17
22/16
.1/25
A
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
8/15/02
SCHEM, MIC/PREAMP BD,RV8
MIC INPUTS
CHECKED
CBV
8/15/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/26/02
MAG
8/16/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
2
060-15529
FILE NAME
15529-2. 2
SHEET 2
1
OF
2
5-23-2003_9:16
3
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/4/02
CBV
11/12/02
RWH
5/22/03
ECM
5/22/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021029-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030515-00
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/14/02
MAG
11/14/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
D
HEADPHONE OUTPUT
C
C
J1
FB2
1
2
3
4
J2
1
NC 6
5
2
3
4
FB1
FB3
C2
C1
150PF
150PF
NOTES
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
2
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
3 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C2, FB3, J2
4 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
*
ARE NOT ON BOM.
B
B
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CONTRACT
NO.
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APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
Q.C.
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
CW
8/26/02
CBV
8/26/02
RWH
8/27/02
MAG
8/27/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,HEADPHONE BD,RV8
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15539
2
FILE NAME
15539-2. 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
6-3-2003_12:14
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCRS 030314-00 & 030410-00.
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
4/15/03
CAM
4/15/03
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
4/15/03
KAB
4/29/03
D
D
+12V
LM1117
2
+5VD
VOUT
ADJ
U3
C16
1
VIN
3
TERM
4
33/10
R10
1.62K
1%
R11
4.75K
1%
+8P5V
LM1117
2
VOUT
ADJ
U1
C17
C
1
VIN
3
TERM
4
C
33/10
C18
R12
1.87K
47/16
C21
1/10W
1%
47/16
C19
R13
.01/25
C10
.1/25
.1/25
3
FM1
4
FM2
J1
5
L1
3
RFIN
6.8UH
C1
NC
NC
33PF
LUG1
NC
VCC8P5
VCC5
ANTENNA
1
RFGND1
2
RFGND2
12
NC12
13
NC13
AM_AF_OUT
FM_MPX_OUT
RDS_MPX_OUT
LEVEL
IF_TEST
AF_HOLD
AF_SAMP
FREF
IF_OUT
SHD1
SHD2
SHD3
SHD4
11
SDA
10
SCL
8
SFO
4
GND4
7
GND7
14
GND14
B
.001/25
UT1384
.001/25
1
AM1
2
AM2
TEF6892H
C9
C11
ANTENNA
6
17
16
18
15
9
19
20
21
22
S1
S2
S3
S4
C3
R2
NC
1.00K
1%
R1
.1/25
*
C5
.22/16
0
C2
.01/25
NC
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
32
VCC8P5
CDR
CDM
CDL
TAPER
TAPEL
PHONE
PHCM
NAV
7
AM
5
FMMPX
6
MPXRDS
1
LEVEL
3
SCLG
4
SDAG
42
SDA
43
SCL
C4
* R7
* R4
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
9
AFHOLD
10
AFSAMP
11
FREF
U4
2200PF
*
0
41
DGND
2
RDSGND
17
AGND
0
R5
R6
0
0
10.0K
1%
C8
16
27
LFOUT
28
RFOUT
29
LROUT
30
RROUT
37
RDQ
38
RDDA
39
RDCL
ADDR
CREF
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
NC9
NC10
NC11
NC12
C13
8
12
13
14
15
19
31
33
34
35
36
40
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
10/25
+5VD
R3
0
18
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
C12
NC
NC
NC
44
NOTES
10/25
NC
NC
R8
R9
100
100
1%
1%
+12V
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
5 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C21, FB1, J2, L1, R16, U4.
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
R15
10.0K
1%
R14
10.0K
1%
FB1
6 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
NC
NC
TUNER_L
TUNER_RET
TUNER_R
NC
NC
NC
NC
R16
C20
47/16
C14
C15
150PF
150PF
51
1/4W
TUN_RDS_CLK
TUN_RDS_DAT
U2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
ARE NOT ON BOM.
B
J2
MH1
C6
47PF
47PF
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NO.
A
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
12/3/02
CHECKED
CAM
12/4/02
Q.C.
CW
12/9/02
MAG
12/9/02
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM, TUNER BD, RV8
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
1
060-15549
FILE NAME
15549-1. 1
SHEET
1
1
OF
1
5-12-2003_14:46
C7
7
6
5
4
2
3
CPUADDR[20:0]
[7/B5,9/C7]
CPUDATA[15:0]
RP11
8
CPUADDR20
1
10K
RP11
7
CPUADDR19
2
10K
RP11
6
D
CPUADDR18
3
10K
CPU_VIDTUNIRQ/
CPUCLKOUT
[2/D7]
[9/C8]
80
PLLVCC
81
PLLCAP
82
PLLVSS
C117
.1/25
CPUCLKI
[7/B3]
NC
+5VD
74
EXTAL
72
XTAL
10K
R114
CPUDATA15
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA8
CPUDATA7
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA0
C
52
53
54
56
57
58
59
60
62
63
64
66
67
68
69
70
FB14
76
42
43
46
49
BROWN_OUT
CPU_CRYIRQ/
CPU_DSPABIRQ/
CPU_KYBDIRQ/
[2/D7]
[17/A6]
[9/D8]
[9/D8]
[9/D2,10/D8]
TEMP7
TEMP6
TEMP5
R127
R126
R125
R124
R123
R122
R121
SPARE_AD
[12/A8]
B
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
TEMP[7:1]
[12/B8]
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FPGA_SDATA
OVLED
SYSLED
FP_IR_ACK
[9/D2]
[12/A8]
[12/A8]
[12/B6]
NMI
PA9_TCLKD_IRQ3N
PA8_TCLKC_IRQ2N
PA5_IRQ1N_SCK1
PA2_IRQ0N_SCK0
89
PE4_TIOC1A
102
PE5_TIOC1B
104
PE6_TIOC2A
105
PE7_TIOC2B
FAN_DRV
FPGA_INIT/
FPGA_PROG/
FPGA_DONE
NC
NC
8
84
10K
10K
RP13
RP13
3
1
5
7
10K
10K
RP13
RP13
4
2
112
111
110
108
107
106
PF7_AN7
PF6_AN6
PF5_AN5
PF4_AN4
PF3_AN3
PF2_AN2
PF1_AN1
PF0_AN0
PB13
PE12
PE11
PE10
PE9
PE8
RES
R117
47
NC
CPUADDR20
CPUADDR19
CPUADDR18
CPUADDR17
CPUADDR16
CPUADDR15
CPUADDR14
CPUADDR13
CPUADDR12
CPUADDR11
CPUADDR10
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR1
CPUADDR0
NC
NC
21
VCC
6
VCC
1
VCC
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
NC
NC
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
13
WE
D6
14
RAS
D7
29
OE
D8
30
UCAS D9
31
LCAS D10
D11
11
NC
D12
12
NC
D13
D14
22
GND D15
37
GND NC
42
GND 60NS
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
33
34
35
36
38
39
40
41
32
CPUDATA0
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA7
CPUDATA8
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA15
NC
R83
1-2: BOOT FLASH
2-3: ROMULATOR
10K
W5
1
*
R85
*
10K
3
W3
R116 R115
*
10K
PROGCS/
BOOTCS/
PE14_DACK0N_AHN
PE0_TIOC0A_DREQ0N
PE1_TIOC0B_DRAK0
PE2_TIOC0C_DREQ1N
PE3_TIOC0D_DRAK1
PE15_DACK1
1
85
86
87
88
2
FLBY/
AM29F160
51
PA0_RXD0
50
PA1_TXD0
48
PA3_RXD1
47
PA4_TXD1
73
MD3
75
MD2
78
MD1
79
MD0
U33
+5VD
R82
1
3
RP11
10K
A
C111
1
.1/25
2
C112
R111
.1/25
1.2K
3
4
REF
VCC
RESIN SENSE
CT
RESET
GND
RESET
9
16
17
48
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
14
11
26
28
12
8
R113
5
.1/25
0
W4
10K
CHANGED SHT. 12 PER DCR 030307-00-A
4
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
5
CHANGED SHTS 1,3,12 PER DCR 031124-00
6
CHANGED SHTS 7 & 19 PER ECO 040422-00
VCC
BYTE
RYBY
DQ15_A-1
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR1
DIGITAL
GROUND
5
4
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
5 [XX/XX] DENOTES [SHEET NUMBER/SECTOR]
6 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C178, CP5, D49, FB18, J32, L3, Q2,
R188, RP37, U48, W10, Y2.
7 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
*
ARE NOT ON BOM.
*
37
R132
47
10K
15
45
43
41
39
36
34
32
30
44
42
40
38
35
33
31
29
10
NC1
13
NC2
[7/B5]
[2/C7,9/C8]
[7/B5,9/C8]
[7/B5]
[7/B5,9/C8]
+5VD
+5VD
FLBY/
[1/B5]
CPUDATA15
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA8
CPUDATA7
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA0
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REVISION
6
3
4
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
TITLE
HOST PROCESSOR
BUFFERS, LEVEL SHIFTERS
DSP HOST 1 AND 2
DSP A SDRAM AND FLASH
DSP B EXTERNAL MEMORY
DSP SPI, SERIAL, AND LINK PORTS
DSP/FPGA POWER CONN.
CRYSTAL DSP
MAIN FPGA
FPGA FLASH
EXPANSION PORT SERIES TERMINATIONS
BOARD INTERCONN/DEBUG
SPDIF I/O
TRIGGER OUTPUTS
VCO A
VCO B
POWER SUPPLY
IR REMOTE CONNECTOR
BYPASS CAPACITORS
B
+5VD
NC
NC
1M X 16
120NS
R81
10K
= 1.3mS
6
C
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
[2/A7]
[12/D8]
[12/D8]
[12/C8]
[12/C8]
[2/C7]
[12/D4]
[2/D7]
[12/A6]
[12/A6]
[12/A6]
© 2004 HSG
CONTRACT
NO.
3
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
HOST PROCESSOR
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
D
NOTES
CPU_WRDCLK_MON
FPSWITCH1
FPSWITCH2
FPSWITCH3
1.2K
3
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
RESET
R112
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
ADDR19
CPUADDR18
CPUADDR17
CPUADDR16
CPUADDR15
CPUADDR14
CPUADDR13
CPUADDR12
CPUADDR11
CPUADDR10
DEBUG_RXD
DEBUG_TXD
USER_RXD
USER_TXD
RESET/
6
2
CPUADDR20
CPUADDR19
T=(CT*1.3*10000)
8
ADDR20
BOOT_LOCK
*
7
U31
WP
WE
CE
OE
RESET
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
CW
12/30/03
MAG
12/30/03
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
*
U26
1.2K
5
A19
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
46
VSS1
27
VSS2
R84
2
4
C114
TL7705B
1.2K
*
10K
CPUCS3/
CPUCS2/
CPURDWR
CPUWRL/
CPUWRH/
CPURD/
CPUADDR20
CPUADDR19
CPUADDR18
CPUADDR17
CPUADDR16
CPUADDR15
CPUADDR14
CPUADDR13
CPUADDR12
CPUADDR11
CPUADDR10
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR1
1
R153
[1/B3]
FPGA_CCLK
[2/D7,7/A5]
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
5/22/03
CAM
5/22/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
RWH
12/2/03
CAM
12/8/03
RWH
4/27/04
CAM
4/29/04
DESCRIPTION
+5VD
28
PB5_IRQ3N_RDWR
24
PB2_IRQ0N_RASN
26
PB4_IRQ2N_CASHN
25
PB3_IRQ1N_CASLN
+5VD
R110
CPUDATA0
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA7
CPUDATA8
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA15
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
+5VD
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
J14
*
[9/D2]
VCC
WT
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
GND2
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
A17
CS
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
GND1
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
OE
10K
E6
44
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
1
2
13
33
42
23
EMULATOR
1
ROMUCS/ 2
CPUDATA15 3
CPUDATA14 4
CPUDATA13 5
CPUDATA12 6
CPUDATA11 7
CPUDATA10 8
CPUDATA9 9
CPUDATA8 10
11
CPUDATA7 12
CPUDATA6 13
CPUDATA5 14
CPUDATA4 15
CPUDATA3 16
CPUDATA2 17
CPUDATA1 18
CPUDATA0 19
20
2
+5VD
10K
*
VCC
IO0
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
IO9
IO10
IO11
IO12
IO13
IO14
IO15
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
DC
U32
U42
JUMPER SELECT
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
12
VSS1
34
VSS2
+5VD
1MX16
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
43
WE
22
OE
3
CE
BTFLCS/
34
RDN
36
WRHN
38
WRLN
3
23
27
33
39
55
61
71
90
101
109
6
99
98
96
95
94
93
92
91
32
31
30
29
22
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
44
PA7_TCLKB_CS3N
45
PA6_TCLKA_CS2N
40
CS1N
41
CS0N
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
VSS6
VSS7
VSS8
VSS9
VSS10
VSS11
[12/A4]
[2/D7]
[2/D7]
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
PB9_IRQ7N_A21
PB8_IRQ6N_A20_WAITN
PB7_A19
PB6_A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
SH7014
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
R120
17
18
19
20
23
24
25
26
27
28
16
15
AVSS
C118 3K
470PF
83
PA15_CK
35
WDTOVFN
97
R119
+5VD
CPUADDR1
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR10
NC
NC
100
205
1%
AVCC
R118
VCC1
VCC2
VCC3
VCC4
VCC5
21
37
65
77
103
+5VD
CPUADDR1
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR10
CPUADDR11
CPUADDR12
CPUADDR13
CPUADDR14
CPUADDR15
CPUADDR16
DRAM
REV
+5VD
AT49C1024
+5VD
1
REVISIONS
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
6
FILE NAME
15559-6. 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
8
8
7
6
5
+5VD
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
+5VD
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
74VHCT245
[1/A3]
[1/B8]
[1/B8]
[1/C8]
[1/D8]
D
20
18
17
NC 16
15
14
13
12
11
CPU_WRDCLK_MON
CPU_KYBDIRQ/
CPU_DSPABIRQ/
CPU_CRYIRQ/
CPU_VIDTUNIRQ/
VCC
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
WRDCLKMON
LVKYBDIRQ/
2
3
4 NC
5
6
7
8
9
19
1
10
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
G
DIR
GND
LVDSPABIRQ/
LVCRYIRQ/
LVVIDTUNIRQ/
[9/D2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
IAMP_SOFT_RLY
IAMP_MAINS_RLY
U37
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
[9/C8]
[9/D2]
MAINS_RLY
SOFT_RLY
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
[12/A4]
[12/A4]
+5VD
74VHCT245
[1/D3,7/A5]
CPUDATA[15:0]
CPUDATA0
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA7
20
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
VCC
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
1
10
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
G
DIR
GND
LVDATA0
LVDATA1
LVDATA2
LVDATA3
LVDATA4
LVDATA5
LVDATA6
LVDATA7
LVDATA[15:0]
BUFDIR
[9/D3]
[9/D2]
U36
[1/B3,9/C8]
CPUCS2/
+3.3VD
C
C
74VHC273
CPUDATA0
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA7
[7/B3]
[1/A3]
RESREGDECL
RESET/
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
11
1
10
1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D
CLK
CLR
GND
20
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
VCC
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q
DSPARESET/
DSPBRESET/
CRY_RESET/
REMOTE_PWREN0
REMOTE_PWREN1
EXPA_RESET/
EXPB_RESET/
[3/C8]
[3/B8]
[8/D6]
[14/C7]
[14/C7]
[10/A8]
[10/A6]
IAMP_MAINS_RLY
U21
+5VD
SPARES
74ACT244
B
A1
A2
A3
A4
G
GND
AMP_RESET/
FP_RESET/
VIDEO_RESET/
FPGA_RESET/
[12/B8]
[12/B6]
[12/B4]
[9/C8]
R36
CPU_TEST_LED1
150
R35
CPU_TEST_LED2
U45
150
R34
CPU_TEST_LED3
150
R33
CPU_TEST_LED4
150
+3.3VD
CPUDATA8
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA15
[7/B3]
RESREGDECH
A
[1/A3]
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
11
1
10
1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D
CLK
CLR
GND
VCC
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q
R32
CPU_TEST_LED5
74VHC273
20
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
150
IAMP_SOFT_RLY
R31
CPU_TEST_LED6
CPU_TEST_LED1
CPU_TEST_LED2
CPU_TEST_LED3
CPU_TEST_LED4
CPU_TEST_LED5
CPU_TEST_LED6
150
CPU_TEST_LED[6:1]
U20
BOOT_LOCK
D15
D14
74ACT244
11
13
15
17
19
10
RED
D13
GRN
D12
CPU TEST LEDS
6
5
4
3
20
9
7
5
3
VCC
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
NC
NC
NC
NC
U45
D11
RED
D10
GRN
NC
CPU_TEST_LED1
CPU_TEST_LED2
CPU_TEST_LED3
CPU_TEST_LED4
CPU_TEST_LED5
CPU_TEST_LED6
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
*
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
BUFFERS, LEVEL SHIFTERS
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
A1
A2
A3
A4
G
GND
YEL
J10
8
B
+5VD
YEL
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 2
SHEET 2
1
OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
2
4
6
8
1
10
20
18
16
14
12
VCC
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
7
6
12
74LCX14
U47
12.500MHZ
11
10
R165
4
2
3
74HCU04
R164
CLK12500C
1
2
3
4
5
6
[8/B8]
56
R167
CLK12500B
56
[7/B5]
+3.3VD
+5VD
*
2
3
R166
4
74HCU04
+5VD
22PF
0
R169
*
MODULATION +/-3.75%
8
FS2
7
FS1
6
VDD
5
CKO
1
CKI
NC 2
NC
3
GND
4
SS
* U48
R168
MODULATION +/-1.25%
*
74LCX14
2
P12
56
NC
R13
*
FB17
XTAL
TIMEXP
FLAG11
FLAG10
FLAG9
FLAG8
FLAG7
FLAG6
FLAG5
FLAG4
FLAG3
FLAG2
FLAG1
FLAG0
J1
IRQ2
H4
IRQ1
H2
IRQ0
*
+3.3VD
C161
.01/25
R75
*
10K
B3
RBPA
R10
HBR
R11
HBG
N11
CS
NC
C
[2/C3]
CLKOUT
N13
CLK_CFG0
N12
CLK_CFG1
R12
CLKDBL
R6
M7
N7
P7
R7
N8
P8
P6
[9/C2]
CLKIN
PA
ADSP-21161N
REDY
BR6
BR5
BR4
BR3
BR2
BR1
SBTS
HOST BLOCK
BMSTR
J3
ID2
J2
ID1
J4
ID0
WCLKDIV8INT/
E2
DSPARESET/
C2
C1
D2
B1
B2
D1
R72
DSPATDI
DSPATDO
47
46
44
43
1
R9
K1
NC
D3
E1
F3
E3
F2
F4
F1
G3
G4
G2
G1
H1
NC
NC
680
ABT16244
ACKO
R161
R170
22PF
W180-01
U46
1
0
C160 +5VD
C159
14
U47
7
14
7
74HCU04
1
R57
+3.3VD
U47
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
2
Y1
3
Y2
5
Y3
6
Y4
R58
680
R59
U15
680
R60
680
R61
NC
NC
NC
680
R62
P11
NC
1
2
3
4
5
RP1
RP1
RP1
RP1
10K
A2
NC
10K
10K
10K
10K
RP4
5
4
8
N15
DMAR1
P15
DMAR2
NC
NC
M15
DMAG1
M14
DMAG2
NC
NC
7
6
680
4
2
1
3
4
RP2
RP2
RP2
RP2
10K
10K
10K
10K
7
8
6
5
41
40
38
37
48
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
8
Y1
9
Y2
11
Y3
12
Y4
R63
680
R64
U15
P12
74LCX14 56
ICE_CLK
U46
R163
6
56
B
[2/C3]
NC
680
R65
680
R66
10K
NC
W7
NC
A
NC
*
**
R6
M7
N7
P7
R7
N8
P8
P6
DSPBTDI
W8
W9
+3.3VD
DSPBTDO
W10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
XTAL
TIMEXP
FLAG11
FLAG10
FLAG9
FLAG8
FLAG7
FLAG6
FLAG5
FLAG4
FLAG3
FLAG2
FLAG1
FLAG0
B3
RBPA
R10
HBR
R11
HBG
N11
CS
R141
NC
CLKOUT
J1
IRQ2
H4
IRQ1
H2
IRQ0
+3.3VD
DSPBRESET/
J17
CLKIN
PA
ADSP-21161N
REDY
BR6
BR5
BR4
BR3
BR2
BR1
SBTS
HOST BLOCK
BMSTR
J3
ID2
J2
ID1
J4
ID0
*
R159
E2
EMU/
TMS
TCK
TRST
R139
TDI
TDO
C2
C1
D2
B1
B2
D1
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
4
CHANGED PER DCR 031124-00
D25
RED
D26
YEL
D27
YEL
D28
GRN
D29
GRN
D30
SPARES
RED
12
NC
74HCU04
D31
RED
U47
6
D32
NC
74HCU04
YEL
U46
9
D33
8
NC
74LCX14
YEL
680
R67
36
35
33
32
25
R9
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
13
Y1
14
Y2
16
Y3
17
Y4
680
R68
680
11
D34
10
GRN
NC
74LCX14
D35
GRN
D36
U15
K1
NC
D3
E1
F3
E3
F2
F4
F1
G3
G4
G2
G1
H1
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
J13
NC
NC
NC
NC
P11
NC
A2
NC
N15
DMAR1
P15
DMAR2
NC
NC
M15
DMAG1
M14
DMAG2
NC
NC
1
2
RP3
RP3
3
RP3
10K
10K
10K
8
7
6
B
*
4
RP3
10K
5
EMU
TMS
TCK
TRST
TDI
TDO
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
*
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
DSP HOST 1 AND 2
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
6
C
U47
13
U34
7
D
RESET
R160
8
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
CW
12/30/03
MAG
12/30/03
U46
U16
N13
CLK_CFG0
N12
CLK_CFG1
R12
CLKDBL
5
74LCX14
+3.3VD
R13
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
5
EMU
TMS
TCK
TRST
TDI
TDO
BCKO
R162
1
DSPAB_FLASH_RST/
ABT16244
U46
RED
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
RWH
12/2/03
CAM
12/8/03
DESCRIPTION
ABT16244
RESET
+3.3VD
3
REV
J12
1.3M
D
1
REVISIONS
U46
13
Y2
5
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
4
FILE NAME
15559-6. 3
SHEET
1
3 OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
DSPA_A[19:0]
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
+3.3VD
+3.3VD
EBOOT LBOOT BMS
0
1
HOST BOOT (N/A)
0
1
0
SPI BOOT (DEFAULT)
0
1
1
LINK PORT BOOT
1
0
**
EEPROM BOOT (N/A)
1
1
X
RESERVED
2
3
RP4
RP4
RP4
10K
10K
10K
8
STATE
0
1
7
R70
R69
*
R71
6
NC
NC
NC
** BMS BECOMES AN OUTPUT.
CHIP SELECT FOR EEPROM
ADDR23
ADDR22
ADDR21
ADDR20
ADDR19
ADDR18
ADDR17
ADDR16
ADDR15
ADDR14
ADDR13
ADDR12
ADDR11
ADDR10
ADDR9
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
ADDR3
ADDR2
ADDR1
ADDR0
ADSP-21161N
MEMORY CTRL
R5
MS3
P5
MS2
M6
MS1
N6
MS0
M9
WR
R8
RD
N9
BRST
M12
ACK
M10
P13
M11
L12
R14
N10
P10
P9
56
54
53
51
50
48
47
45
42
40
39
37
36
34
33
31
85
83
82
80
79
77
76
74
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
DQ31
DQ30
DQ29
DQ28
DQ27
DQ26
DQ25
DQ24
DQ23
DQ22
DQ21
DQ20
DQ19
DQ18
DQ17
DQ16
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
23
BA1
22
BA0
VDD
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
2MX32
100MHZ
24
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
27
26
25
DSPA_A14
DSPA_A13
DSPA_AD10
DSPA_A9
DSPA_A8
DSPA_A7
DSPA_A6
DSPA_A5
DSPA_A4
DSPA_A3
DSPA_A2
DSPA_A1
DSPA_A0
C
59
DQM3
28
DQM2
71
DQM1
16
DQM0
19
RAS
18
CAS
17
WE
20
CS
67
CKE
68
CLK
VSSQ
VSS
44
58
72
86
SDA10
DQM
RAS
CAS
SDWE
SDCKE
SDCLK0
SDCLK1
DSPA_D31
DSPA_D30
DSPA_D29
DSPA_D28
DSPA_D27
DSPA_D26
DSPA_D25
DSPA_D24
DSPA_D23
DSPA_D22
DSPA_D21
DSPA_D20
DSPA_D19
DSPA_D18
DSPA_D17
DSPA_D16
DSPA_D15
DSPA_D14
DSPA_D13
DSPA_D12
DSPA_D11
DSPA_D10
DSPA_D9
DSPA_D8
DSPA_D7
DSPA_D6
DSPA_D5
DSPA_D4
DSPA_D3
DSPA_D2
DSPA_D1
DSPA_D0
6
12
32
38
46
52
78
84
A5
EBOOT
A6
LBOOT
A3
BMS
DATA47
DATA46
DATA45
DATA44
DATA43
DATA42
DATA41
DATA40
DATA39
DATA38
DATA37
DATA36
DATA35
DATA34
DATA33
DATA32
DATA31
DATA30
DATA29
DATA28
DATA27
DATA26
DATA25
DATA24
DATA23
DATA22
DATA21
DATA20
DATA19
DATA18
DATA17
DATA16
C15
D14
C14
D15
E14
D13
E15
F13
E13
F14
F12
F15
G13
G12
G14
G15
H15
H14
H12
H13
J15
J12
J14
J13
K15
K12
K14
L13
K13
L15
M13
L14
NC6
NC5
NC4
NC3
NC2
NC1
NC0
73
70
69
57
30
21
14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
U6
NC
U16
B
B
DSPASDRAMCS/
[5/B8]
[5/B8]
[5/B8]
[5/B8]
DSPABWR/
DSPABRD/
DSPABC_BRST
DSPABC_ACK
A
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
DSP A SDRAM AND FLASH
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 4
SHEET
1
4 OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
C
K4
K2
L3
K3
L1
M3
L2
M1
N2
N1
P1
M2
R2
N3
P2
P3
R3
M4
N4
P4
R4
L4
N5
M5
1
15
29
43
3
9
35
41
49
55
75
81
VDDQ
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
DSPA_A14
DSPA_A13
NC
NC
NC
DSPA_A9
DSPA_A8
DSPA_A7
DSPA_A6
DSPA_A5
DSPA_A4
DSPA_A3
DSPA_A2
DSPA_A1
DSPA_A0
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
DSPB_A[14:0]
+3.3VD
RP12
10K
10K
8
STATE
0
0
1
HOST BOOT (N/A)
0
1
0
SPI BOOT (DEFAULT)
0
1
1
LINK PORT BOOT
1
0
**
EEPROM BOOT (N/A)
1
1
X
RESERVED
7
R137
R136
*
R138
** BMS BECOMES AN OUTPUT.
CHIP SELECT FOR EEPROM
3
RP12
VDDQ
10K
6
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
DSPB_A14
DSPB_A13
NC
NC
NC
DSPB_A9
DSPB_A8
DSPB_A7
DSPB_A6
DSPB_A5
DSPB_A4
DSPB_A3
DSPB_A2
DSPB_A1
DSPB_A0
NC
NC
NC
[4/B7]
[4/B7]
[4/B7]
[4/B7]
DSPABWR/
DSPABRD/
DSPABC_BRST
DSPABC_ACK
K4
K2
L3
K3
L1
M3
L2
M1
N2
N1
P1
M2
R2
N3
P2
P3
R3
M4
N4
P4
R4
L4
N5
M5
ADDR23
ADDR22
ADDR21
ADDR20
ADDR19
ADDR18
ADDR17
ADDR16
ADDR15
ADDR14
ADDR13
ADDR12
ADDR11
ADDR10
ADDR9
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
ADDR3
ADDR2
ADDR1
ADDR0
ADSP-21161N
MEMORY CTRL
R5
MS3
P5
MS2
M6
MS1
N6
MS0
M9
WR
R8
RD
N9
BRST
M12
ACK
M10
P13
M11
L12
R14
N10
P10
P9
DSPB_D31
DSPB_D30
DSPB_D29
DSPB_D28
DSPB_D27
DSPB_D26
DSPB_D25
DSPB_D24
DSPB_D23
DSPB_D22
DSPB_D21
DSPB_D20
DSPB_D19
DSPB_D18
DSPB_D17
DSPB_D16
DSPB_D15
DSPB_D14
DSPB_D13
DSPB_D12
DSPB_D11
DSPB_D10
DSPB_D9
DSPB_D8
DSPB_D7
DSPB_D6
DSPB_D5
DSPB_D4
DSPB_D3
DSPB_D2
DSPB_D1
DSPB_D0
56
54
53
51
50
48
47
45
42
40
39
37
36
34
33
31
85
83
82
80
79
77
76
74
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
DQ31
DQ30
DQ29
DQ28
DQ27
DQ26
DQ25
DQ24
DQ23
DQ22
DQ21
DQ20
DQ19
DQ18
DQ17
DQ16
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
23
BA1
22
BA0
VDD
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
2MX32
100MHZ
24
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
27
26
25
DSPB_A14
DSPB_A13
DSPB_AD10
DSPB_A9
DSPB_A8
DSPB_A7
DSPB_A6
DSPB_A5
DSPB_A4
DSPB_A3
DSPB_A2
DSPB_A1
DSPB_A0
C
59
DQM3
28
DQM2
71
DQM1
16
DQM0
19
RAS
18
CAS
17
WE
20
CS
67
CKE
68
CLK
VSSQ
VSS
44
58
72
86
B
SDA10
DQM
RAS
CAS
SDWE
SDCKE
SDCLK0
SDCLK1
C15
D14
C14
D15
E14
D13
E15
F13
E13
F14
F12
F15
G13
G12
G14
G15
H15
H14
H12
H13
J15
J12
J14
J13
K15
K12
K14
L13
K13
L15
M13
L14
6
12
32
38
46
52
78
84
A5
EBOOT
A6
LBOOT
A3
BMS
DATA47
DATA46
DATA45
DATA44
DATA43
DATA42
DATA41
DATA40
DATA39
DATA38
DATA37
DATA36
DATA35
DATA34
DATA33
DATA32
DATA31
DATA30
DATA29
DATA28
DATA27
DATA26
DATA25
DATA24
DATA23
DATA22
DATA21
DATA20
DATA19
DATA18
DATA17
DATA16
1
15
29
43
C
2
RP12
3
9
35
41
49
55
75
81
EBOOT LBOOT BMS
1
+3.3VD
NC6
NC5
NC4
NC3
NC2
NC1
NC0
73
70
69
57
30
21
14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
U27
B
NC
U34
SPARES
DSPBSDRAMCS/
NC
RP12
5
4
NC
10K
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
DSP B EXTERNAL MEMORY
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 5
SHEET 5
1
OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
+3.3VD
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
R73
10K
[9/C2]
[8/C8,9/C2]
[8/C8,9/C2]
[8/C8,9/C2]
[9/C8]
[9/C8]
[9/C8]
DSPASEL/
DSPASPICLK
DSPARXD
DSPATXD
A4
SPIDS
C4
SPICLK
B4
MOSI
D4
MISO
SPORT_CLK_A
SPORT_FS_A_N
DSPASP3FPGA
D9
SCLK3
C9
FS3
B8
D3A
A8
D3B
NC
DSPA2DSPB
DSPB2DSPA
+3.3VD
C
[9/C8]
A7
SCLK2
C8
FS2
C7
D2A
B7
D2B
R74
R140
10K
10K
NC
NC
NC
NC
DSPASP0FPGA
NC
L0DAT07
L0DAT06
L0DAT05
L0DAT04
L0DAT03
L0DAT02
L0DAT01
L0DAT00
L0CLK
ADSP-21161N
L0ACK
SPI BLOCK
L1DAT07
L1DAT06
L1DAT05
L1DAT04
L1DAT03
L1DAT02
L1DAT01
L1DAT00
B6
SCLK1
D7
FS1
C6
D1A
D6
D1B
D5
SCLK0
B5
FS0
E4
D0A
C5
D0B
L1CLK
L1ACK
B9
C10
D10
A9
D11
A11
B11
E12
DSPABLDATA7
DSPABLDATA6
DSPABLDATA5
DSPABLDATA4
DSPABLDATA3
DSPABLDATA2
DSPABLDATA1
DSPABLDATA0
B10
A10
C11
A12
D12
B12
C12
A14
C13
B14
DSPBALDATA7
DSPBALDATA6
DSPBALDATA5
DSPBALDATA4
DSPBALDATA3
DSPBALDATA2
DSPBALDATA1
DSPBALDATA0
A13
C
B13
U16
[9/C2]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
DSPBSEL/
A4
SPIDS
C4
SPICLK
B4
MOSI
D4
MISO
SPORT_CLK_B
SPORT_FS_B_N
DSPBSP3FPGA
D9
SCLK3
C9
FS3
B8
D3A
A8
D3B
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
A7
SCLK2
C8
FS2
C7
D2A
B7
D2B
NC
NC
NC
NC
B6
SCLK1
D7
FS1
C6
D1A
D6
D1B
L0DAT07
L0DAT06
L0DAT05
L0DAT04
L0DAT03
L0DAT02
L0DAT01
L0DAT00
L0CLK
ADSP-21161N
L0ACK
SPI BLOCK
L1DAT07
L1DAT06
L1DAT05
L1DAT04
L1DAT03
L1DAT02
L1DAT01
L1DAT00
D5
SCLK0
B5
FS0
E4
D0A
C5
D0B
B
L1CLK
L1ACK
B9
C10
D10
A9
D11
A11
B11
E12
DSPBALDATA[7:0]
DSPBALDATA7
DSPBALDATA6
DSPBALDATA5
DSPBALDATA4
DSPBALDATA3
DSPBALDATA2
DSPBALDATA1
DSPBALDATA0
B10
A10
C11
A12
D12
B12
C12
A14
C13
B14
DSPABLDATA[7:0]
DSPABLDATA7
DSPABLDATA6
DSPABLDATA5
DSPABLDATA4
DSPABLDATA3
DSPABLDATA2
DSPABLDATA1
DSPABLDATA0
B
A13
B13
U34
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
DSP SPI, SERIAL AND LINK PORTS
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
2
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
3
060-15559
FILE NAME
15559-6. 6
SHEET
1
6
OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
+3.3VD
E5
G5
J5
L5
E7
L7
E9
L9
M8
E11
G11
J11
L11
D
D37
+1.8V-A
1A
1.8V
D8
E6
E8
E10
F5
F11
H3
H5
H11
K5
K11
L6
L8
L10
+1.8V-A
C74
33/10
C73
6800/6.3
+5VD
R76
LM1117
3
VIN
DSPAAVDD
10
VOUT
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
2
R77
TERM
C
ADJ
4
1
1.00K
1%
U22
C75
4.7/6.3
330/6.3
A1
A15
B15
R1
R15
VDDEXT1
VDDEXT2
VDDEXT3
VDDEXT4
VDDEXT5
VDDEXT6
VDDEXT7
VDDEXT8
VDDEXT9
VDDEXT10
VDDEXT11
VDDEXT12
VDDEXT13
ADSP-21161N
VDDINT1 POWER BLOCK
VDDINT2
VDDINT3
VDDINT4
VDDINT5
VDDINT6
VDDINT7
VDDINT8
VDDINT9
VDDINT10
VDDINT11
VDDINT12
VDDINT13
VDDINT14
AVDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
GND17
GND18
GND19
GND20
GND21
GND22
GND23
GND24
GND25
GND26
AGND
C3
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
H6
H7
H8
H9
H10
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
E5
G5
J5
L5
E7
L7
E9
L9
M8
E11
G11
J11
L11
D47
1A
D8
E6
E8
E10
F5
F11
H3
H5
H11
K5
K11
L6
L8
L10
N14
P14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
A1
A15
B15
R1
R15
REV
VDDEXT1
VDDEXT2
VDDEXT3
VDDEXT4
VDDEXT5
VDDEXT6
VDDEXT7
VDDEXT8
VDDEXT9
VDDEXT10
VDDEXT11
VDDEXT12
VDDEXT13
ADSP-21161N
VDDINT1 POWER BLOCK
VDDINT2
VDDINT3
VDDINT4
VDDINT5
VDDINT6
VDDINT7
VDDINT8
VDDINT9
VDDINT10
VDDINT11
VDDINT12
VDDINT13
VDDINT14
AVDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
GND17
GND18
GND19
GND20
GND21
GND22
GND23
GND24
GND25
GND26
AGND
C72
442
1%
.1/25
C3
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
H6
H7
H8
H9
H10
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
RWH
4/27/04
CAM
4/29/04
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
4
CHANGED C73, 75, 130, 133 PER
ECO 040422-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
D
P14
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
C
U34
U16
R78
C67
N14
+3.3VD
C71
.01/25
+1.8V-B
1.8V
1.8V-B
C131
33/10
C130
6800/6.3
+5VD
R142
VIN
+5VD
VOUT
2
GAL16V8R-15
R143
B
TERM
4
ADJ
1
1.00K
1%
U39
R144
C127
C133
4.7/6.3
330/6.3
C129
.1/25
442
1%
C128
.01/25
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DISP_CTRL
CPUCS3/
CPUWRL/
CPUWRH/
CPURD/
[9/D2]
[1/B3]
[1/B3,9/C8]
[1/B3]
[1/B3,9/C8]
CPUADDR[20:0]
[1/D3,9/C7]
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR1
B
20
VCC
11
OE
1
CK
10
GND
CLK12500B
[3/D4]
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
+52010542
3
DSPBAVDD
10
LM1117
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
CPUCLKI
RESREGDECL
RESREGDECH
DISP_RS
DISP_RW
DISP_E
[1/C8]
[2/C7]
[2/A7]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
U44
+5VD
CPUDATA[15:0]
74VHCT245
CPUDATA0
CPUDATA1
CPUDATA2
CPUDATA3
CPUDATA4
CPUDATA5
CPUDATA6
CPUDATA7
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
1
10
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
G
DIR
GND
VCC
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
20
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
FP_D0
FP_D1
FP_D2
FP_D3
FP_D4
FP_D5
FP_D6
FP_D7
FP_D[7:0]
[12/B6]
CONTRACT
NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
U43
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
DSP/FPGA POWER CONN.
CHECKED
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
4
060-15559
FILE NAME
15559-6. 7
SHEET
1
7
OF 19
5-6-2004_9:30
[1/D3,2/D7]
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD
+2.5VD
R56
6
7
3
SCS
4
2
1
3
2
D24
5
R105
R100
R102
DSPASPICLK
DSPARXD
DSPATXD
R104
R101
R103
RP5
RP7
RP7
4
2
1
1A
144
135
142
136
140
3
129
141
120
121
130
139
116
115
112
105
103
97
96
95
**
*
HINBSY
ABINTR FCS
CRY_FINTREQ/
CRY_FCS/
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
16
15
6
4
7
12
13
29
27
24
22
19
18
14
9
1
RP9
3.3K
8
I2SI
DEC_IN_FSI
DEC_IN_SCKI
DEC_SDI
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
85
86
82
81
80
79
R106
+2.5VD
0
*
FB13
NC
C100
4.7/6.3
R99
C98
SDDAT0 ,EXTD0
SDDAT1 ,EXTD1
SDDAT2 ,EXTD2
SDDAT3 ,EXTD3
SDDAT4 ,EXTD4
SDDAT5 ,EXTD5
SDDAT6 ,EXTD6
SDDAT7 ,EXTD7
117
CMPREQ ,FLRCLKN2
111
CMPCLK ,FSCLKN2
118
CMPDAT ,FSDATAN2
127
126
125
123
124
128
122
143
2
1
5
8
47.5K
1%
3300PF
C99
4
RP9
82PF
3.3K
+3.3VD
LRCLKN ,GPIO23
SCLKN ,GPIO22
SDATAN0 ,GPIO24
SDATAN1 ,GPIO25
SDATAN2 ,GPIO26
SDATAN3 ,GPIO27
MCLK
SCLK0
LRCLK0
AUDATA0
AUDATA1
AUDATA2
AUDATA3 ,XMT958A
CLKIN ,XTALI
XTALO
PLLVDD
FILT2
FILT1
CLKSEL
PLLVSS
SCLK1
LRCLK1
AUDATA4,GPIO28
AUDATA5,GPIO29
AUDATA6,GPIO30
AUDATA7 ,XMT958B,GPIO31
UHS2 ,CS_OUT/,GPIO17
UHS1 ,GPIO19
UHS0 ,GPIO18
GPIO20
GPIO21
5
10K
10K
IN
OUT
2
A
[9/C2]
RP7
3
73
74
75
76
67
66
65
63
62
60
72
56
55
54
53
52
49
47
46
71
CRY_A0
CRY_A1
CRY_A2
CRY_A3
CRY_A4
CRY_A5
CRY_A6
CRY_A7
CRY_A8
CRY_A9
CRY_A10
CRY_A11
CRY_A12
CRY_A13
CRY_A14
CRY_A15
CRY_A16
CRY_A17
CRY_A18
CRY_A19
34
35
36
37
38
40
43
44
CRY_D0
CRY_D1
CRY_D2
CRY_D3
CRY_D4
CRY_D5
CRY_D6
CRY_D7
R107
GPIO20
R50
C21
82.5
1%
68PF
CRY_FLCS/
74VHCT32
11
U7
DELWE/
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
FLCS
NVCS
*
C
CRY_A[19:0]
CRY_D[7:0]
DEC_MCKI
104
108
110
109
107
106
DEC_OUT_SCKI
DEC_OUT_FSI
DEC_SDO0
DEC_SDO1
DEC_SDO2
DEC_SDO3
[9/A2]
SPARES
[9/A2]
[9/A2]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
[9/B8]
+3.3VD
I2S3A I2S3B I2SA
12SB SCLK1 SCLK0 MCLK
R52
28
TEST
26
DBCK
25
DBDA
RP8 1
RP8 2
8 10K
7 10K
23
FDBDA
17
FDBCK
RP8 3
RP8 4
6 10K
5 10K
U25
R80
10K
10K
CRY_D0
CRY_D1
*
R54
1
2
GPIO20
CRY_A0
74VHCT32
R53
3
4
5
0
74VHCT32
R55
6
0
*
+3.3VD
CRY_A1
9
10
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
3
2
31
1
12
4
5
11
10
6
9
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
VCC
IO0
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
U7
8
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
NC 1
CRY_D0
CRY_D1
CRY_D2
CRY_D3
CRY_D4
CRY_D5
CRY_D6
CRY_D7
NC 2
4
3
RP6
7 NC
exicon
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
CRYSTAL DSP
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
5
8 NC
10K
APPROVALS
DRAWN
WE
CE
OE 512KX8
GND 200NS
RP6
10K
CONTRACT
NO.
U19
6
74VHCT32
8 NC
AT29LV040A
FL_A0
FL_A1
CRY_A2
CRY_A3
CRY_A4
CRY_A5
CRY_A6
CRY_A7
CRY_A8
CRY_A9
CRY_A10
CRY_A11
CRY_A12
CRY_A13
CRY_A14
CRY_A15
CRY_A16
CRY_A17
CRY_A18
7
30
32
24
7
B
NC
NC
NC
NC
U13
0
U7
R79
CRY_A0
16
12
11
10
9
VCC
Y0
Y1
Y2
15
G
Y3
8
GND
14
A
13
B
CRY_D0
0
+2.5VD
+3.3VD
74VHC139
CRY_D1
NC
NC
NC
NC
NVOE
NVWE
CRYA0
CRYA1
CRY_CLKSEL
8
D
DELWE
CRY_NVOE/
CRY_NVWE/
CRY_A0
CRY_A1
U7
U30
16
4
5
6 NC
7 NC
0
99
98
87
102
94
93
92
VCC
Y0
Y1
Y2
1
G
Y3
8
GND
2
A
3
B
R51
GPIO21
CRY_A1
GPIO21
+3.3VD
CRY_NVCS/
3
GND
3
10K
10K
12
13
VDD
1
RP6
6
U13
.1/25
4
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
+5VD
C109
R108 12.288MHZ
RP6
5
68
64
61
59
39
45
78
77
33
SD_CS
SDCKE
SDCLKI
SDCLKO
DQM0
DQM1
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SDWE
SDADDR0,EXTA0
SDADDR1,EXTA1
SDADDR2,EXTA2
SDADDR3,EXTA3
SDADDR4,EXTA4
SDADDR5,EXTA5
SDADDR6,EXTA6
SDADDR7,EXTA7
SDADDR8,EXTA8
SDADDR9,EXTA9
SDADR10,EXTA10
SDDAT8,EXTA11
SDDAT9,EXTA12
SDDAT10,EXTA13
SDDAT11,EXTA14
SDDAT12,EXTA15
SDDAT13,EXTA16
SDDAT14,EXTA17
SDDAT15,EXTA18
SD_BA ,EXTA19
119
FLRCLKN1
134
FSCLKN1,STCCLK2
131
FSDATAN1
CLK12500C
[3/D4]
B
DECFS DECCLK
2
6
CRY_A19
32
NVCSN ,GPIO14
31
NV0EN ,GPIO15
30
NVWEN ,GPIO16
FINTREQ
FCS
FA0 ,FSCCLK
FA1 ,FSCDIN
FHS2 ,FSCDIO,FSCDOUT
FHS0 ,FWR/,FDS/
FHS1 ,FRD/,FR_W/
FDAT0
FDAT1
FDAT2
FDAT3
FDAT4
FDAT5
FDAT6
FDAT7
3
74VHC139
CS494001-CL
INTREQ ,ABOOT/
CS,GPIO9
HINBSY,GPIO8
WR ,DS/,GPIO10
RD,R_W/,GPIO11
A0 ,GPIO13
A1 ,GPIO12
HDATA0 ,GPIO0
HDATA1 ,GPIO1
HDATA2 ,GPIO2
HDATA3 ,GPIO3
HDATA4 ,GPIO4
HDATA5 ,GPIO5
HDATA6 ,GPIO6
HDATA7 ,GPIO7
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
VSS6
VSS7
C
RESET
SCS
SCCLK
SCDIN
SCDOUT,SCDIO
91
101
113
133
137
11
21
[9/A8]
10K
RP5
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
10K
RP5
2
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
[6/D6,9/C2]
[6/D6,9/C2]
[6/D6,9/C2]
10K
4
8
RP5
CRY_INTREQ/
[9/C2]
10K
7
1
89
88
84
83
48
[2/C3]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
10K
5
RP7
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VDD5
VDD6
VDD7
CRY_RESET/
CRY_SCS/
CRY_SPICLK
CRY_RXD
CRY_TXD
10K
6
10K
4
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 8
SHEET 8
1
OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
8
7
14
7
90
100
114
132
138
10
20
CINTR RXD
5
70
VDDSD1
58
VDDSD2
51
VDDSD3
42
VDDSD4
6
R109 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K
3.3K RP9 RP10 RP10 RP10 RP10 RP9
CRST
69
VSSSD1
57
VSSSD2
50
VSSSD3
41
VSSSD4
SPICLK
*
1
0
8
7
TXD
D
+3.3VD
+2.5VD
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD+2.5VD
+5VD
[10/C3]
[1/D3,7/B5]
[1/B3,2/C7]
[1/B3,7/B5]
[1/B3,7/B5]
[1/D8]
[2/B4]
[2/D3]
[18/C3]
[12/C3]
C
[13/D5]
[13/B5]
[6/D6]
[6/C7]
[6/D7]
[6/D7]
[6/C7]
[6/B7]
[6/C7]
[8/B3]
[8/B3]
[8/B3]
[8/B3]
[8/B7]
[8/B8]
[8/B8]
R128
XFLASH_INIT/
R134
R133
4.7K
4.7K
*
*
R157
*
R130
FPGA_PROG/
R135
XFLASH_CF/
*
CPUADDR[20:0]
CPUCS2/
CPUWRL/
CPURD/
[8/C8]
[12/D4]
[16/B2]
[15/B2]
[10/B3]
CPUCLKOUT
FPGA_RESET/
77
148
WRDCLKMON
154
90
IR_IN2
MAIN_I2S_IN[3:1]
MAIN_I2S_IN3
MAIN_I2S_IN2
MAIN_I2S_IN1
SPDIF_COAX_IN[4:1]
SPDIF_COAX_IN1
SPDIF_COAX_IN4
SPDIF_COAX_IN2
SPDIF_COAX_IN3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN1
SPDIF_OPTO_IN2
SPDIF_OPTO_IN3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN4
SPDIF_OPTO_IN[4:1]
DSPASP3FPGA
DSPASP0FPGA
SPORT_CLK_A
SPORT_FS_A_N
SPORT_CLK_B
DSPBSP3FPGA
SPORT_FS_B_N
HOST_ADR09
HOST_ADR08
HOST_ADR07
HOST_ADR06
HOST_ADR05
HOST_ADR04
HOST_ADR03
HOST_ADR02
HOST_ADR01
HOST_ADR00
RP17 7
RP18 6
RP17 6
2 47
3 47
3 47
RP18 7
2 47
RP14 7
RP14 8
EXP[17:0]
HOST_CLK_PIN
RESET_N
WORDCLK_SH7014
IR_IN2
15
MAIN_I2S_IN3
10
MAIN_I2S_IN2
14
MAIN_I2S_IN1
166
165
164
167
163
162
161
160
86
DEC_SDO0
DEC_SDO1
DEC_SDO2
DEC_SDO3
DEC_SDI
DEC_IN_FSI
DEC_IN_SCKI
IR1_IN
FP_SER_IN
FP_SER_OUT
FP_SER_CLK
FP_SER_LTCH
ENC_IN1
ENC_IN2
SPI1_IN
SPI1_OUT
SPI1_CLK
SPI1_DS_N
DSPC_SEL
RDSDAT
RDSCLK
SPI2_DS_N
CRY_IN
CRY_OUT
CRY_CLK
CRY_FCS_N
CRY_SCS_N
SPDIF_COAX_IN1
SPDIF_COAX_IN4
SPDIF_COAX_IN2
SPDIF_COAX_IN3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN1
SPDIF_OPTO_IN2
SPDIF_OPTO_IN3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN4
122
123
125
127
136
140
141
2 47
1 47
WCLKDIV8INT_N
VIDSTAT
VID_CS_N
VID_SCLK
VID_DATA
VID_LTCH
VID_I2C_DATA
VID_I2C_CLK
ADA_SDATA_IN
ADA_SDATA_OUT
ADA_SCLK
ADA_LATCH
ADA_VC_SEL_N
SHRC2_SPORT_IN1
DEC_I2S_IN1
DEC_I2S_IN2
DEC_I2S_IN3
DEC_I2S_IN4
DEC_I2S_OUT1
DEC_FRAME
DEC_CLK
EXP0
EXP1
EXP2
EXP3
EXP4
EXP5
EXP6
EXP7
EXP8
EXP9
EXP10
EXP11
EXP12
EXP13
EXP14
EXP15
187
188
189
191
192
193
194
195
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
EXP16
EXP17
149
EXP16
150
EXP17
SPDIF_OUT
MAIN_I2S1_OUT
MAIN_I2S2_OUT
MAIN_I2S3_OUT
MAIN_I2S4_OUT
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
MAIN_I2S_IN4
MAIN_FS_N
MAIN_FS64_N
DEC_MCKI
REC_ADC_FS_N
REC_ADC_FS64_N
REC_DAC_SEL1
REC_DAC_FS_N
REC_DAC_FS64_N
REC_DAC_SEL0
AMP1_SER_IN
AMP1_SER_OUT
AMP1_SER_CLK
AMP1_SER_LTCH
AMP2_SER_IN
AMP2_SER_OUT
AMP2_SER_CLK
AMP2_SER_LTCH
EXP0
EXP1
EXP2
EXP3
EXP4
EXP5
EXP6
EXP7
EXP8
EXP9
EXP10
EXP11
EXP12
EXP13
EXP14
EXP15
152
HINBSY
27
TUNER_CE_N
HINBSY
ADA_TUN_CE/
80
ZONE2_PLL_MCKO
185
MAIN_PLL_MCKO
182
AUDIO_OSC
+3.3VD
*
R155
R156
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
MAIN_PLL_UP
MAIN_PLL_DOWN_SLOW
MAIN_PLL_DOWN_FAST
ZONE2_PLL_UP
ZONE2_PLL_DOWN_SLOW
ZONE2_PLL2_DOWN_FAST
MAIN_PLL_CLK
OSC_14_112MHZ_PIN
GND
1
11
19
25
32
40
51
64
72
79
85
93
103
116
124
131
137
145
158
169
177
183
190
198
1
2
3
4
R154
ZONE2_PLL_CLK
159
TDI
157
TDO
2
TMS
207
TCK
FPGA_TDI
FPGA_TDO
FPGA_TMS
FPGA_TCK
R151
R150
147
108
115
119
126
135
142
146
82
113
112
111
110
109
*
*
[1/A6]
[10/D8]
[1/B8,10/D8]
[10/D3]
[1/B7]
[2/C4]
LVDATA[15:0]
LVDATA7
LVDATA6
LVDATA5
LVDATA4
LVDATA3
LVDATA2
LVDATA1
LVDATA0
62
59
58
57
49
61
60
94
129
132
133
97
98
99
151
114
134
138
139
120
RP28
RP28
RP28
RP28
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
RP15 4
RP15 3
RP15 2
47
47
47
47
5 47
6 47
7 47
R152
47
RP15 1
RP14 4
RP14 3
8 47
5 47
6 47
FP_IR_IN1
FP_SDATA_IN
FP_SDATA_OUT
FP_SDATA_CLK
FP_SDATA_LTCH
FP_ENCA_IN
FP_ENCB_IN
DSPATXD
DSPARXD
DSPASPICLK
DSPASEL/
CRY_CLKSEL
TUN_RDS_DAT
TUN_RDS_CLK
DSPBSEL/
CRY_TXD
CRY_RXD
CRY_SPICLK
CRY_FCS/
CRY_SCS/
RP25
RP25
RP26
RP26
RP25
3
1
4
3
2
6
8
5
6
7
47
47
47
47
47
RP24
RP24
RP24
RP25
7
8
6
4
2
1
3
5
47
47
47
47
101
6
8
7
9
18
20
23
16
3
22
17
4
24
21
5
180
179
181
178
48
46
47
45
RP17
RP20
RP20
RP20
RP20
RP21
RP22
RP23
RP21
RP19
RP22
RP21
RP19
RP23
RP22
RP19
RP16
RP16
RP16
RP16
1
8
6
7
5
5
8
8
8
8
6
6
6
6
7
5
6
7
5
8
8
1
3
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
4
3
2
4
1
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
RP27 3
RP27 2
RP27 4
6 47
7 47
5 47
168
173
172
174
176
175
U41
RP21 7
2 47
DEC_OUT_SCKI
RP19 7
2 47
DEC_MCKI
C
[13/B8]
MAIN_I2S_OUT[4:1]
B
[12/C4]
[12/C4]
[12/D4]
[12/D4]
[12/C4]
[12/C4]
[12/D4]
[12/C4]
[12/C4]
[12/D4]
[12/D4]
[12/C4]
[12/B8]
[12/B7]
[12/B8]
[12/B8]
[12/B8]
[12/B7]
[12/B8]
[12/B8]
[15/C8]
[15/B8]
[15/B8]
[16/C8]
[16/B8]
[16/B8]
[8/B3]
SPARES
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
CONTRACT
NO.
[8/B3]
NC
NC
APPROVALS
DRAWN
5
4
3
4
5
8
5
5
5
7
8
8
5
4
1
4
4
4
2
1
1
DATE
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
TITLE
4/26/02
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
MAIN FPGA
CHECKED
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
6
RP17
RP18
RP18
RP22
RP23
RP24
RP26
RP26
RP27
exicon
[8/B3]
J19
7
D
[12/B4]
[12/B4]
[12/B4]
[12/B4]
[12/B4]
[12/B3]
[12/B4]
[12/D3]
[12/D4]
[12/D4]
[12/D4]
[12/D4]
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_UP
MAIN_PLL_LOCK_DN/
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_DN/
ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_UP
ZONE2_PLL_LOCK_DN/
ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_DN/
DEC_OUT_FSI
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
[3/C8]
DIG_REC_OUT
MAIN_I2S_OUT1
MAIN_I2S_OUT2
MAIN_I2S_OUT3
MAIN_I2S_OUT4
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
MAIN_I2S_IN4
MAIN_FS/
MAIN_FS64/
MAIN_FS256/
REC_ADC_FS/
REC_ADC_FS64/
REC_ADC_MCKI/
REC_DAC_FS/
REC_DAC_FS64/
REC_DAC_MCKI/
CTRL_DATA
STAT_DATA
SER_CLKA
DATA_LATCHA
CTRL_DATB
STAT_DATB
SER_CLKB
DATA_LATCHB
2 47
3
[8/D7]
[8/C7]
SYNC_DETECT
OSD_CS/
VIDEO_SCLK
VIDEO_DATA
VIDEO_REG
VID_I2C_SDATA
VID_I2C_SCLK
ADA_SDATA_IN
ADA_SDATA_OUT
ADA_SCLK
ADA_LATCH
ADA_VC_SEL/
RP23 7
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[12/B6]
[6/D6,8/C8]
[6/D6,8/C8]
[6/D6,8/C8]
[6/D7]
[8/A8]
[12/D3]
[12/D3]
[6/C7]
[8/D8]
[8/D8]
[8/D8]
[8/C7]
[8/D7]
WCLKDIV8INT/
35
37
41
42
36
43
44
30
29
31
34
33
2
[2/D3]
[7/B5]
[2/D3]
[2/D3]
[2/D3]
CRY_INTREQ/
CRY_FINTREQ/
81
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
[2/D4]
LVKYBDIRQ/
DISP_CTRL
LVDSPABIRQ/
LVCRYIRQ/
LVVIDTUNIRQ/
102
CRY_INTREQ_N
121
CRY_FINTREQ_N
89
SHRC1_SPORT_IN1
88
SHRC1_SPORT_OUT1
100
SPORT_CLK
87
SPORT_FRAME
A
8
HOST_DATA7
HOST_DATA6
HOST_DATA5
HOST_DATA4
HOST_DATA3
HOST_DATA2
HOST_DATA1
HOST_DATA0
IRQ0_N
IRQ1
IRQ2_N
IRQ3_N
IRQ7_N
84
CS_N
83
WR_N
95
RD_N
B
[11/B7]
BUF_DIR
107
INIT
106
PROGRAM
96
75
74
73
71
70
69
68
67
63
CPUADDR9
CPUADDR8
CPUADDR7
CPUADDR6
CPUADDR5
CPUADDR4
CPUADDR3
CPUADDR2
CPUADDR1
CPUADDR0
XC2S200
FPGA_CCLK
XFLASH_CCLK
FPGA_DONE
XFLASH_DIN
FPGA_SDATA
BUFDIR
1
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15559
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 9
SHEET
1
9
OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
[1/B8]
4.7K
NC2
[10/D8]
R129
4.7K
R148
R149
155
CCLK
104
DONE
153
DIN_DATA0
56
[1/B8]
R131
FPGA_INIT/
VCCINT 2.5V
NC1
D
VCCO 3.3V
52
M0
50
M1
54
M2
55
R158
13
28
38
66
76
91
118
128
143
171
186
196
12
26
39
53
65
78
92
105
+3.3VD
117
130
144
156
170
184
197
208
+3.3VD
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
FPGA FLASH PROM (for development only)
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
FPGA PROGRAMMING PORT
+5VD
+3.3VD
+3.3VD
J15
D
RED
BLK
YEL
VCC
GND
CCLK
BLU
GRN
ORG
D/P
DIN
PROG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
23 41 44
14
VCC
5
CLK
21
CE
19
OE_RESET_N
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
*
[9/D2]
[1/B8,9/D2]
[9/D8]
XFLASH_CCLK
FPGA_DONE
XFLASH_INIT/
JTAG PROGRAMMING PORT
+5VD
J16
C
RED
BLK
VCC
GND
YEL
TCK
VIO
WHT
TDO
TDI
GRN
TMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
6
7
8
10
17
18
26
28
29
30
36
38
39
40
43
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
JTAG_TCK
13
TCK
9
TDI
11
TMS
NC
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
NC
*
JTAG_TMS
*
22 32
VCCO
42
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
XC18V02
NOTE=+52013901
NOTE=52009965
3
12
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
XFLASH_CF/
16
CF
27 NC
CEO
TDO
GND
24 34
XFLASH_DIN
2
35
4
33
15
31
20
25
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
[9/D2]
[9/D8]
37
U40
C
+3.3VD
+3.3VD
FPGA DONE LED
U35
R146 D46
2
150
YEL
.1/25
U35
EXPA[17:0]
EXPA0
EXPA1
EXPA2
EXPA3
EXPA4
EXPA5
EXPA6
EXPA7
EXPA8
EXPA9
EXPA10
EXPA11
EXPA12
EXPA13
EXPA14
EXPA15
EXPA16
EXPA17
[2/C3]
A
EXPA_RESET/
C141
+5VD
NC
[11/D4]
EXPB[17:0]
EXPB0
EXPB1
EXPB2
EXPB3
EXPB4
EXPB5
EXPB6
EXPB7
EXPB8
EXPB9
EXPB10
EXPB11
EXPB12
EXPB13
EXPB14
EXPB15
EXPB16
EXPB17
[2/C3]
6
74HCU04
R147
AUDIO_OSC
SPARES
[9/A8]
47
EXPB_RESET/
J25
18PF
Y1
14.112MHZ
U35
C140
9
74HCU04
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
U35
11
NC
12
74HCU04
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
FPGA FLASH
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
6
B
U35
13
J30
7
NC
10
74HCU04
APPROVALS
DRAWN
8
NC
8
18PF
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 10 SHEET
1
10 OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
+5VD
[11/D4]
U35
R145
1M
B
5
74HCU04
EXPANSION SLOTS
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
7
3
NC
FB15
C142
74HCU04
14
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
EXP1
D
EXP2
EXP3
EXP4
EXP5
EXP6
EXP7
EXP8
C
EXP9
EXP10
EXP11
EXP12
EXP13
EXP14
EXP15
EXP16
B
[9/A7]
EXP[17:0]
EXP17
47 3
6 RP32 EXPA0
47 4
5 RP32
47 2
7 RP32 EXPA1
47 1
8 RP32
47 3
6 RP31 EXPA2
47 4
5 RP31
47 2
7 RP31 EXPA3
47 1
8 RP31
47 3
6 RP30 EXPA4
47 4
5 RP30
47 2
7 RP30 EXPA5
47 1
8 RP30
47 3
6 RP29 EXPA6
47 4
5 RP29
47 2
7 RP29 EXPA7
47 1
8 RP29
47 3
6 RP37 EXPA8
47 4
5 RP37
47 2
7 RP37 EXPA9
47 1
8 RP37
47 3
6 RP36 EXPA10
47 4
5 RP36
47 2
7 RP36 EXPA11
47 1
8 RP36
47 3
6 RP35 EXPA12
47 4
5 RP35
47 2
7 RP35 EXPA13
47 1
8 RP35
47 3
6 RP34 EXPA14
47 4
5 RP34
47 2
7 RP34 EXPA15
47 1
8 RP34
47 3
6 RP33 EXPA16
47 4
5 RP33
47 2
7 RP33 EXPA17
47 1
8 RP33
EXPA[17:0]
EXPB[17:0]
EXPB0
[10/B8]
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
[10/B6]
EXPB1
EXPB3
EXPB4
EXPB5
EXPB6
EXPB7
EXPB8
C
EXPB9
EXPB10
EXPB11
EXPB12
EXPB13
EXPB14
EXPB15
B
EXPB16
EXPB17
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
6
5
4
3
DATE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
CAM
4/30/02
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
7
D
EXPB2
A
8
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
EXPANSION PORT SERIES TERMINATIONS
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 11 SHEET
1
11 OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
EXP0
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
ANALOG BOARD CONNECTORS
+5VD
RS-232 TRANSCEIVER
RS-232
MAX202E
(FEMALE)
+5VD
2
D
V+
C1+
1
C27
C28
.1/25
.1/25
16
VCC C1-
3
15
GND C2+
W2
1
2
C29
.1/25
6
V-
C2-
.1/25
5
W1
FB5
11
14
TXDA
DEBUG_RXD
12
13
RXDA
RXD_A
NC
TXD_A
*
NC
+5VD
FB6
[1/A3]
FB3
10
USER_TXD
[1/A3]
7
TXDB
R21
R24
4.7K
4.7K
NC
FB4
9
[1/A3]
8
RXDB
RXD_B
NC
C13
U5
150PF
C12
C14
150PF
150PF
C15
[9/B2]
[9/A8]
TXD_B
NC
150PF
B5
B9
B4
B8
B3
B7
B2
B6
B1
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
J4
[9/B3]
MAIN_I2S_OUT[4:1]
SHD2
SHD1
C
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
RESET
ADA_VC_SEL/
ADA_LATCH
ADA_SCLK
ADA_SDATA_OUT
ADA_TUN_CE/
J4
DE9F
NC
USER_RXD
[1/A3]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
SHD2
DEBUG_TXD
NC
*
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED U52 PER DCR 030307-00-A
4
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
5
CHANGED PER DCR 031124-00
J26
DE9F
A5
A9
A4
A8
A3
A7
A2
A6
A1
SHD1
[1/A3]
4.7K
1
2
4
C30
R22
4.7K
NC
C31
.1/25
R23
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
5/22/03
CAM
5/22/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
RWH
12/2/03
CAM
12/8/03
DESCRIPTION
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
REC_DAC_FS/
REC_ADC_FS/
MAIN_FS/
REC_DAC_FS64/
MAIN_I2S_IN4
REC_ADC_FS64/
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
MAIN_FS64/
MAIN_I2S_OUT4
MAIN_I2S_OUT3
MAIN_I2S_OUT2
MAIN_I2S_OUT1
REC_DAC_MCKI/
REC_ADC_MCKI/
MAIN_FS256/
ADA_SDATA_IN
TUN_RDS_CLK
TUN_RDS_DAT
MAIN_I2S_IN3
MAIN_I2S_IN2
MAIN_I2S_IN1
[9/B2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
MAIN_I2S_IN[3:1]
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
CW
12/30/03
MAG
12/30/03
D
[9/C7]
C
AMP BOARD CONNECTORS
[9/A2]
[9/B2]
[9/A2]
[9/A2]
[1/B8]
+5VD
+5VD
R187
R171
10K
10K
+3.3VD
+5VD
VIDEO BOARD CONNECTOR
FLEX
FB16
SER_CLKA
STAT_DATA
DATA_LATCHA
TEMP1
TEMP2
TEMP3
TEMP4
B
+3.3VD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
CTRL_DATA
TEMP[7:1]
FRONT PANEL CONNECTOR
FB18
[9/A2]
[9/A2]
[2/B4]
[18/B3]
[18/B3]
[9/C2]
[1/B7]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/C2]
[9/A2]
[9/A2]
[2/B4]
[1/B8]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
CTRL_DATB
STAT_DATB
DATA_LATCHB
AMP_RESET/
SPARE_AD
TEMP5
TEMP6
TEMP7
[7/B3]
[7/B3]
[7/B3]
[7/A3]
J22
[1/A3]
[1/A3]
[1/A3]
ABT16244
[1/B7]
[1/B7]
A
SYSLED
OVLED
30
29
27
26
24
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
19
Y1
20
Y2
22
Y3
23
Y4
*R181 *R180
+5VD
4.7K
J20
J18
SER_CLKB
+5VD
FP_RESET/
SYSTEM_ON_LED
FP_IR_BLINK
FP_IR_BLINK_RET
FP_IR_IN1
FP_IR_ACK
OVLD_LED
FP_ENCA_IN
FP_ENCB_IN
FP_SDATA_IN
FP_SDATA_OUT
FP_SDATA_CLK
FP_SDATA_LTCH
DISP_RS
NC
DISP_RW
DISP_E
FP_D[7:0]
FP_D0
FP_D1
FP_D2
FP_D3
FP_D4
FP_D5
FP_D6
FP_D7
FPSWITCH1
FPSWITCH2
FPSWITCH3
NC
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
[2/B4]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
R173
R175
10.0K
1%
10.0K
1%
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
R172
R174
100
100
1%
1%
C165
C170
.01/50
.01/50
[9/B2]
[9/B2]
[13/B3]
4.7K
VIDEO_RESET/
VIDEO_DATA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
VIDEO_SCLK
OSD_CS/
VIDEO_REG
VID_I2C_SCLK
VID_I2C_SDATA
SYNC_DETECT
CVID_ZON3
B
J29
AMP POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR
+5VD
FLEX
J27
[2/D3]
[2/D3]
[1/C8]
SOFT_RLY
1
2
3
4
5
6
MAINS_RLY
BROWN_OUT
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
J28
CONTRACT
NO.
NC
NC
APPROVALS
DRAWN
U15
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
BOARD INTERCONN/DEBUG
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
5
FILE NAME
15559-6. 12 SHEET
1
12 OF 19
12-30-2003_12:14
+5VD
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+5VD
C4
J1
BLK
3
.01/50
33PF
C3
R7
R8
47K
2.2K
+5VD
R2
75
1/4W
14
D
D2
BAV99
U3
7
2
74HCU04
1
+5VD
J2
BAV99
BLK
3
D3
C6
1
R3
33PF
C5
.01/50
2
R10
2.2K
U4
4
BAV99
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
[9/C7]
D
R4
.01/50
R12
47K
2.2K
+5VD
75
1/4W
C
+5VD
U4
2
7
1
10
SPDIF_COAX_IN4
74HCU04
R11
14
C7
SPDIF_COAX_IN[4:1]
2
U4
11
74HCU04
D4
C8
33PF
SPDIF_COAX_IN1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
75
1/4W
2
BLK
12
1
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
74HCU04
R9
+5VD
3
13
47K
3
J2
U3
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
U4
13
74HCU04
S/PDIF RECORD OUTPUTS
SPDIF_COAX_IN2
12
C
74HCU04
+5VD
J1
3
D1
C2
1
BAV99
BLK
33PF
C1
R1
.01/50
R5
R6
47K
2.2K
75
1/4W
GP1F55T
SPARES
2
VCC
+5VD
1
U3
3
4
74HCU04
U3
11
SPDIF_COAX_IN3
10
74HCU04
CP5
74VHCT244
GND
3
11
13
15
17
19
10
A1
A2
A3
A4
G
GND
VCC
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
+5VD
20
9
7
5
3
NC
NC
NC
NC
U2
74VHCT244
[9/B2]
2
4
6
8
1
10
DIG_REC_OUT
B
A1
A2
A3
A4
G
GND
VCC
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
20
18
16
14
12
301
1%
J8
C18
R29
NC
NC
R30
95.3
1%
.1/25
U3
1
5
C19
47PF
6
NC
74HCU04
BLK RCA 2
B
U3
9
U2
8
NC
74HCU04
U4
5
TORX173
J7
+5:3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN1
1
[12/B4]
SPDIF_OPTO_IN[4:1]
CVID_ZON3
NC
1
U4
[9/C7]
9
YEL RCA 2
G:2,4
TORX173
6
74HCU04
8
NC
74HCU04
CP1
+5:3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN2
1
G:2,4
TORX173
CP2
+5:3
SPDIF_OPTO_IN3
1
G:2,4
CP3
+5:3
CONTRACT
NO.
SPDIF_OPTO_IN4
1
exicon
G:2,4
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CP4
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
SPDIF_I/O
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 13 SHEET
1
13 OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
TORX173
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
REMOTE POWER CONTROL DRIVERS
REMOTE_PWREN1
14
[2/C3]
U14
7
+3.3VD
74VHC04
1
2
+15V
2 CASE=GND
ON-OFF
4
5
VIN
VOUT
C
LM2941CT
C25
GND
3
.47UF
ADJ
1 U8
J3
12V
FB1
R16
C22
8.45K
1%
47/16
R14
R13
C10
1K
1/4W
1K
1/4W
150PF
1
2
3
4
C
R15
1.00K
U14
[2/C3]
REMOTE_PWREN0
3
4
74VHC04
+15V
2 CASE=GND
ON-OFF
4
5
VIN
VOUT
LM2941CT
C23
.47UF
GND
3
ADJ
1 U9
12V
FB2
R20
8.45K
1%
C24
47/16
R17
R18
1K
1/4W
1K
1/4W
C11
SPARES
150PF
R19
U14
5
1.00K
NC
6
74VHC04
U14
B
9
B
NC
8
74VHC04
U14
11
NC
10
74VHC04
U14
13
NC
12
74VHC04
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
TRIGGER OUTPUTS
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 14 SHEET 14
1
OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
D23
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
78L05
VIN
VOUT
COMMON
2 3 6 7
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
D22
1N4002
8
1
+5VD
+15V
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1N4002
1
C50
U18
C52
.1/25
10/10
+5V_A
VCOA_5V
FB9
C
FB7
C51
D16
.1/25
C
FB8
C20
C44
.1/25
1N914
C42
R40
C41
.1/25
1
U17
2
1.2K
D19
UPA/
74ACT04
+15V
VCOVA
1.2K
BAR35
P_UPA/
U17
[9/A2]
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_DN/
3
4
BAR35
P_DOWNA
R45
L_DOWNA
6
BAR35
R44
D17
49.9K
1%
74ACT04
B
+
R37
TL072
100
7
VCOVA
C40
.1/25
-15V
U17
5
-
5
U11
1.2K
D18
P_DNA
MAIN_PLL_LOCK_DN/
8
6
4
74ACT04
[9/A2]
47/16
R46
LK_DNA
1
2
3
4
5
J9
VCO MODULE
PLL_OUTA
VCO
OSCA
D21
R38
1N914 C48
9
U17 D20
8
4.99K
1%
R47
2.2M
18.2K
74ACT04 BAR35
1%
2
3
8
-
3
1
4
74HCU04
R41
R42
47K
47K
U10
2
74HCU04
R43
U17
MAIN_PLL_MCKO
13
[9/A8]
47
4
NC
B
U17
11
C49
.1/25
NC
10
74ACT04
R39
47/16
U10
4.99K
1%
U11
5
1
+
12
74ACT04
2.2M
+15V .1/25
C45
R48
U10
C46
.1/25
R49
SPARES
OSCA
14
MAIN_PLL_PUMP_UP
7
[9/A2]
7
14
1/50
6
NC
74HCU04
TL072
U10
9
8
NC
74HCU04
-15V
U10
11
NC
10
74HCU04
U10
13
NC
12
74HCU04
44.1K AND 48K @ 512FS
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
VCO A
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 15 SHEET
1
15 OF 19
4-27-2004_9:56
88.2K AND 96K @ 256 FS
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
D45
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
78L05
VIN
VOUT
COMMON
2 3 6 7
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
D44
1N4002
8
1
+5VD
+15V
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1N4002
1
C92
U29
C94
.1/25
10/10
+5V_B
VCOB_5V
FB12
FB10
C93
D38
ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_UP
1
U28
74ACT04
[9/A2]
ZONE2_PLL_PUMP_DN/
3
BAR35
P_DOWNB
BAR35
L_DOWNB
6
74ACT04
-
5
+
U24
R86
TL072
100
7
VCOVB
C82
.1/25
LK_DNB
1N914 C90
U28 D42
8
4.99K
1%
R96
18.2K
74ACT04 BAR35
1%
8
-
U24
3
+
TL072
4
1
74HCU04
R90
R91
47K
47K
2
74HCU04
13
R92
ZONE2_PLL_MCKO
NC
47
B
U28
11
10
NC
74ACT04
C91
.1/25
U23
13
4.99K
1%
12
NC
74HCU04
1
4
12
74ACT04
[9/A8]
R88
47/16
2
3
U23
2.2M
+15V .1/25
C87
R97
U28
U23
C88
.1/25
R98
SPARES
PLL_OUTB
OSCB
49.9K
1%
R87
9
VCO MODULE
VCO OSCB
D43
2.2M
J11
1
2
3
4
5
R93
D39
B
8
6
-15V
U28
5
47/16
1.2K
P_DNB
ZONE2_PLL_LOCK_DN/
.1/25
VCOVB
R94
D40
C86
+15V
4
74ACT04
[9/A2]
C84
C83
1.2K
BAR35
4
R89
R95
P_UPB/
U28
1/50
1.2K
D41
UPB/
2
7
[9/A2]
1N914
C59
.1/25
14
14
.1/25
C
FB11
7
C
U23
9
NC
8
74HCU04
-15V
U23
11
10
NC
74HCU04
44.1K AND 48K @ 512FS
U23
5
88.2K AND 96K @ 256 FS
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
VCO B
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
NC
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 16 SHEET 16
1
OF 19
4-27-2004_9:56
A
6
74HCU04
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
2.5V REGULATOR
+2.5VD
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
+5VD
+2.5VD
D
1
LM2937
VIN
VOUT
TERM
2
U12
C54
C53
4.7/6.3
+5VD
D
GND
4
POWER CONNECTOR
3
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
47/16
5VD
C169
C168
C167
100/25
.22/50
150PF
+5VD
J31
DGND1
DGND2
DGND3
DGND4
DGND5
DGND6
DGND7
DGND8
DGND9
1
2
3
4
+15V
15VP
C
C173
C172
C171
100/25
.22/50
150PF
+3.3VD
3.3V REGULATOR
D48
1N4002
W6
3.3V
LMS1585A
L1
24UH
*
3
C158
C123
.1/25
560/35
*
CASE=VOUT
2
VIN
VOUT
TO-220
GND
1
U38
C
C122
10/10
LUG1
+15V
-15V
15VN
FAN CONNECTORS
+15V
L3
100/25
.22/50
150PF
C176
C175
C174
*
220UH
R182
R183
R184
R185
R186
51
1/4W
51
1/4W
51
1/4W
51
1/4W
51
1/4W
1
2
R176
C177
470/16
1K
1/4W
J24
1
2
J23
R188
0
B
B
D49
C178
470/16
1N4002
3NF06 2
D1
R178
1
51
[1/B8]
9
R177
8
74HCU04
R179 4.7K
1
2
220UH
J32
1
2
4
D2
J21
G
S
1/4W
U47
FAN_DRV
L2
3
2N4401
Q2
Q1
10K
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
POWER SUPPLY
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 17 SHEET
1
17 OF 19
4-27-2004_9:56
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
D
C
C
+5VD
REAR PANEL IR INPUT
R28
1K
J6
D7
2
BAV99
3
*
1
*
2
GPIU281
R27
*
2.2K
VCC
OUT
D8
IR
* *
U1
SHIELD GND
5
4
3
1
IR_IN2
[9/C8]
*
BAV99
D9
*
R26
FP_IR_BLINK
[12/B6]
1K
J5
D5
2
R25
2.2K
B
BAV99
3
B
FP_IR_BLINK_RET
1
[12/B6]
BAV99
D6
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
IR REMOTE CONNECTOR
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
3
FILE NAME
15559-6. 18 SHEET 18
1
OF 19
10-10-2003_11:04
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3V
+3.3VD
C33
.1/25
D
C35
.1/25
C57
.1/25
C37
.1/25
C63
.1/25
C64
.1/25
C68
.1/25
C80
.1/25
C124
.1/25
C32
.01/25
C36
.01/25
C56
.01/25
C61
.01/25
C62
.01/25
C70
.01/25
C79
.01/25
C103
.01/25
C107
.01/25
C34
.001/50
C38
.001/50
C58
.001/50
C69
.001/50
C81
.001/50
C106
.001/50
C137
.001/50
C146
.001/50
C147
.001/50
C78
470/16
C139
470/16
C39
330/6.3
C60
47/16
C134
330/6.3
C149
47/16
C136
.1/25
C135
.01/25
C145
.1/25
C154
.01/25
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 020913-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030307-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030626-00
4
CHANGED C39, 134 PER ECO 040422-00
C150
.1/25
C164
.01/25
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/05/02
CAM
11/06/02
RWH
5/2/03
CAM
5/14/03
RWH
9/29/03
CAM
10/2/03
RWH
4/27/04
CAM
4/29/04
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
12/20/02
MAG
12/20/02
CW
5/20/03
MAG
5/20/03
ECM
10/9/03
MAG
10/9/03
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
D
+5VD
+5V
C
C
C9
.1/25
C16
.1/25
C26
.1/25
C55
.1/25
C105
.1/25
C110
.1/25
C113
.1/25
C115
.1/25
C116
.1/25
C120
.1/25
C121
.1/25
C143
.1/25
C155
.1/25
C156
.1/25
C157
.1/25
C162
.1/25
C163
.1/25
C166
.1/25
C119
.1/25
C17
470/16
+2.5V
+2.5VD
+1.8V-B
+1.8V-A
B
+1.8V-B
+15V
C66
.1/25
C65
.01/25
C126
.1/25
C77
.01/25
C125
.01/25
C76
.001/50
C138
.01/25
C101
.1/25
C104
.1/25
C102
.01/25
C108
.01/25
C148
.01/25
C97
.001/50
C151
.001/50
C152
.001/50
C96
100/10
C144
100/10
C153
.1/25
B
+15V
C43
.1/25
C85
.1/25
C47
.1/25
C89
.1/25
C132
.001/50
-15V
C95
.1/25
-15V
A
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
4/26/02
CHECKED
SCHEM, MAIN BD,RV8
BYPASS CAPACITORS
CAM
4/30/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
5/1/02
JV
4/30/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15559
REV
4
FILE NAME
15559-6. 19 SHEET
1
19 OF 19
5-4-2004_9:11
+1.8V-A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
D
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021028-00
2
CHANGED SHEET 4 PER DCR 030320-00
3
CHANGED SHEETS 2 & 4 PER DCR 030821-00.
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/4/02
CAM
11/5/02
CW
3/24/03
CAM
3/25/03
RWH
9/19/03
CAM
9/23/03
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/6/02
MAG
11/6/02
RWH
3/26/03
MAG
3/27/03
CW
11/17/03
KB
9/26/03
D
IR/ENCODER BOARD CONNNECTOR
+5VD
J2
IR_ACK_LED
MAIN BD CONNECTORS
2N3904
+5VD
C
B
R30
+3.3VD
+5VD
J4
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
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
(FLEX)
NC
FP_ENCB_IN
FP_ENCA_IN
3K
J5
NC
FP_IR_IN1
Q4
*
RESET/
SYSTEM_ON_LED
FP_IR_BLINK
FP_IR_BLINK_RET
FP_IR_IN1
FP_IR_ACK
OVLD_LED
FP_ENCA_IN
FP_ENCB_IN
[2/B8]
C
NOTES
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
J1
FP_SDATA_IN
FP_SDATA_OUT
FP_SDATA_CLK
FP_SDATA_LTCH
FP_D6
FP_D7
FP_D4
FP_D5
FP_D2
FP_D3
FP_D0
FP_D1
[2/C8]
[2/C8]
[2/C8]
[2/C8]
DISP_RS
NC
DISP_RW
DISP_EN
FP_D0
FP_D1
FP_D2
FP_D3
FP_D4
FP_D5
FP_D6
FP_D7
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
VFD CONNECTOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
DIGITAL
GROUND
SROW_2
SROW_4
SROW_5
NC
SW45, U2.
7 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
NC
+5VD
ARE NOT ON BOM.
DOCUMENT CONTROL BLOCK: #060-15569
SHEET
1 OF 4
2 OF 4
3 OF 4
4 OF 4
REVISION
3
2
1
3
TITLE
FRONT PANEL CONNECTORS
FRONT PANEL CPLD
FRONT PANEL SWITCH MATRIX
FRONT PANEL LED MATRIX
B
(RIBBON)
© 2003 HSG
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
6
5
4
3
DATE
CAM
7/8/02
Q.C.
ECM
7/10/02
MAG
7/8/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,SW/LED BD,RV8
FRONT PANEL CONNECTORS
7/10/02
CHECKED
ISSUED
7
*
[2/B4,3/B7]
A
8
POWER
GROUND
6 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C15, D40, J5, Q4, R51, RP4,
100UF
SROW_[15:0]
CHASSIS
GROUND
5 [XX/XX] DENOTES [SHEET NUMBER/SECTOR]
C6
FP_D[7:0]
ANALOG
GROUND
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
3
060-15569
FILE NAME
15569-3. 1
SHEET 1
1
OF
4
11-20-2003_17:06
+3.3VD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/4/02
CAM
11/5/02
RWH
9/19/03
CAM
9/23/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021028-00
2
ADDED JTAG RES. PER DCR 030821-00.
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/6/02
MAG
11/6/02
CW
11/17/03
KB
9/26/03
D
LED[12:0]
[4/B7]
+3.3VD
76
78
47
NC
C
81
FP_SDATA_LTCH
[1/C4]
79
82
85
86
87
NC
NC
NC
NC
FP_SDATA_CLK
[1/C4]
22
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
77
54
55
56
58
59
60
61
63
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
RESET/
99
B
JTAG PROGRAMMING PORT
+3.3VD
+5VD
* J3
RED
BLK
VCC
GND
YEL
TCK
VIO
WHT
TDO
TDI
GRN
TMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R33
R32
4.7K
4.7K
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
64
65
66
67
68
70
71
72
74
45
83
48
47
NC
JTAG_TCK
NC
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
NC
NC
NC
2
7
JTAG_TMS
26
38
51
88
IO410
LROW0
LROW1
LROW2
SDATL
XC9572XL LROW3
IO412
LROW4
IO413
LROW5
IO416
LROW6
IO21
LROW7
LROW8
LROW9
SDATCLK, GCK1
LROW10
IO415
LROW11
IO417
LROW12
IO23
LCOL0
IO218
LCOL1
IO24
LCOL2
IO22
IO25
IO26
LROWEN
IO118
IO37
SWCOL0
IO314
SWCOL1
IO315
SWCOL2
IO317
IO318
SWROW0
IO310
SWROW1
IO312
SWROW2
IO313
SWROW3
SWROW4
RESETN, GSR
SWROW5
SWROW6
IO316
SWROW7
IO41
SWROW8
IO49
SWROW9
IO42
SWROW10
IO45
SWROW11
IO48
SWROW12
IO43
SWROW13
IO44
SWROW14
IO411
SWROW15
TDI
TDO
TCK
TMS
NC1
NC2
21
31
44
62
69
75
84
100
[1/C4]
SDATI
SDATO
VCCIO1
VCCIO2
VCCIO3
VCCIO4
R31
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
FP_SDATA_IN
FP_SDATA_OUT
[1/C4]
[1/C4]
VCCIINT1 5
57
VCCINT2 98
VCCINT3
ABT16244
R34
47
46
44
43
1
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
NC9
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
2
Y1
3
Y2
5
Y3
6
Y4
ABT16244
27
28
29
30
32
33
35
36
37
39
40
41
42
LED_ROW0
LED_ROW1
LED_ROW2
LED_ROW3
LED_ROW4
LED_ROW5
LED_ROW6
LED_ROW7
LED_ROW8
LED_ROW9
LED_ROW10
LED_ROW11
LED_ROW12
49
50
52
LED_COLUMN0
LED_COLUMN1
LED_COLUMN2
53
ROW_EN/
97
1
25
SWITCHCOL_0
SWITCHCOL_1
SWITCHCOL_2
20
16
13
10
23
17
14
11
18
15
12
9
8
6
4
3
SROW_0
SROW_1
SROW_2
SROW_3
SROW_4
SROW_5
SROW_6
SROW_7
SROW_8
SROW_9
SROW_10
SROW_11
SROW_12
SROW_13
SROW_14
SROW_15
19
24
34
43
46
73
80
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
41
40
38
37
48
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
36
35
33
32
25
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
A1
A2
A3
A4
OE
+5VD
R15
10K
LED4
LED5
LED6
LED7
R17
10K
R19
10K
R14
680
2N4403
Q2
680
LED8
LED9
LED10
LED11
C
Q1
R16
U1
13
Y1
14
Y2
16
Y3
17
Y4
ABT16244
30
29
27
26
24
U1
8
Y1
9
Y2
11
Y3
12
Y4
ABT16244
LED0
LED1
LED2
LED3
2N4403
R18
Q3
680
2N4403
LEDCOL2
LEDCOL1
LEDCOL0
U1
19
Y1
20
Y2
22
Y3
23
Y4
LED12
R11
R12
R13
1K
1K
1K
[4/D8]
[4/D8]
[4/D8]
U1
SWITCHCOL_[2:0]
SROW_[15:0]
B
[3/D8]
[1/B5,3/B7]
U2
4.7K
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
7
6
5
4
3
CAM
7/8/02
Q.C.
ECM
7/10/02
MAG
7/8/02
2
TITLE
7/10/02
CHECKED
ISSUED
8
DATE
SIZE
B
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
SCHEM,SW/LED BD,RV8
FRONT PANEL CPLD
CODE
NUMBER
REV
2
060-15569
FILE NAME
15569-3. 2
SHEET 2
1
OF
4
11-20-2003_17:07
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
[2/B4]
SWITCHCOL_[2:0]
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/4/02
CAM
11/5/02
DESCRIPTION
D1
SWITCHCOL_2
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021028-00
1N914
D20
SWITCHCOL_1
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/6/02
MAG
11/6/02
1N914
D
SWITCHCOL_0
D31
D
1N914
Z2 DVD1
TUNER 1
TUNER 3
1
2 SROW_8
1
2 SROW_0
1
2 SROW_8
1
2 SROW_0
1
4
3 SROW_0
4
3 SROW_8
4
3 SROW_0
4
3 SROW_8
4
3 SROW_0
4
SW45
1
4
MAIN SAT
2 SROW_1
1
3 SROW_1
4
SW44
2 SROW_2
4
3 SROW_2
MUTE
3 SROW_9
4
Z3 SAT
2 SROW_1
1
3 SROW_1
4
SW27
MAIN TV
TUNER 4
2 SROW_9
1
3 SROW_9
4
SW18
Z2 TV
3 SROW_8
SW1
TUNER 6
2 SROW_1
1
3 SROW_1
4
2 SROW_9
3 SROW_9
SW6
Z3 TV
SW4
TUNER 7
TUNER 9
1
2 SROW_10
1
2 SROW_2
1
2 SROW_10
1
2 SROW_2
1
2 SROW_10
4
3 SROW_10
4
3 SROW_2
4
3 SROW_10
4
3 SROW_2
4
3 SROW_10
SW43
C
1
2 SROW_8
SW3
SW16
Z2 SAT
2 SROW_9
SW36
RIGHT MODE
1
SW25
SW34
LEFT MODE
SW29
SW38
MAIN TUNER
SW20
Z2 TUNER
Z3 TUNER
SW9
SAVE
2 SROW_3
1
2 SROW_11
1
2 SROW_3
1
2 SROW_11
1
2 SROW_3
1
2 SROW_11
4
3 SROW_3
4
3 SROW_11
4
3 SROW_3
4
3 SROW_11
4
3 SROW_3
4
3 SROW_11
SW31
SW40
Z2 DVD2
MAIN DVD2
SW22
Z2 OFF
SW12
Z3 OFF
SW10
TUNER 2
LEFT SEEK
1
2 SROW_4
1
2 SROW_12
1
2 SROW_4
1
2 SROW_12
1
2 SROW_4
1
2 SROW_12
4
3 SROW_4
4
3 SROW_12
4
3 SROW_4
4
3 SROW_12
4
3 SROW_4
4
3 SROW_12
SW24
SW32
SW33
Z3 DVD2
MAIN VCR
SW23
Z2 VCR
SW2
Z3 VCR
SW14
TUNER 5
RIGHT SEEK
1
2 SROW_5
1
2 SROW_13
1
2 SROW_5
1
2 SROW_13
1
2 SROW_5
1
2 SROW_13
4
3 SROW_5
4
3 SROW_13
4
3 SROW_5
4
3 SROW_13
4
3 SROW_5
4
3 SROW_13
SW15
SW26
SW35
MAIN CD
B
Z2 CD
MAIN OFF
4
2 SROW_6
1
2 SROW_14
1
2 SROW_6
4
3 SROW_14
4
3 SROW_6
4
3 SROW_14
4
3 SROW_6
SW28
MAIN AUX
1
3 SROW_7
4
1
3 SROW_15
4
6
SROW_0
4
10K
4
RP2
RP2
5
SROW_1
1
2
RP3
4
RP1
5
RP1
8
SROW_2
2
RP2
2
SROW_4
SROW_3
10K
3
RP3
1
3 SROW_15
4
8
RP1
7
4
SROW_8
3
SROW_5
RP2
6
3
SROW_9
4
SROW_6
RP3
1
SROW_7
10K
RP3
RP4
5
SROW_12
RP4
6
SROW_13
7
SROW_14
8
SROW_15
10K
5
SROW_10
2
10K
6
3 SROW_7
10K
10K
7
2 SROW_7
SW11
10K
10K
7
TUNER 0
2 SROW_15
SW21
10K
10K
A
3 SROW_7
10K
10K
1
1
B
SW8
Z3 AUX
2 SROW_7
SW30
SW39
RP1
SW19
Z2 AUX
2 SROW_15
SW13
TUNER 8
1
2 SROW_7
3
Z3 CD
2 SROW_14
SW41
SROW_[15:0]
SW5
1
SW37
1
SW17
C
SW7
AM/FM
1
SW42
[1/B5,2/B4]
Z3 DVD1
2 SROW_0
RP4
10K
8
SROW_11
1
10K
RP4
CONTRACT
NO.
10K
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
7
6
5
4
3
CAM
7/8/02
Q.C.
ECM
7/10/02
MAG
7/8/02
2
TITLE
SCHEM,SW/LED BD,RV8
FRONT PANEL SWITCH MATRIX
7/10/02
CHECKED
ISSUED
8
DATE
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
1
060-15569
FILE NAME
15569-3. 3
SHEET 3
1
OF
4
11-20-2003_17:07
MAIN DVD1
STDBY
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
[2/C2]
[2/C2]
[2/C2]
LEDCOL2
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021028-00
2
CHANGED LED COLOR SCHEME
LEDCOL1
LEDCOL0
MDVD1
BLU
D
LED0
R36
RED
YEL
LED1
56
D12
Z2SAT
BLU
YEL
R38
LED2
56
D26
D15
MVCR
Z2VCR
BLU
YEL
LED3
R37
LED3
56
D25
D14
MTV
Z2TV
BLU
YEL
LED4
R40
LED4
56
D28
D17
MCD
Z2CD
BLU
YEL
LED5
R39
LED5
56
D27
D16
3
Z3DVD2
RED
R20
680
D2
Z3SAT
RED
R23
R4
LED2
680
D5
120
Z3VCR
RED
R22
R3
LED3
680
D4
120
Z3TV
RED
R25
R6
LED4
680
D7
120
Z3CD
RED
R24
R5
LED5
680
D6
120
Z3TUNER
YEL
RED
LED6
56
D19
MAUX
BLU
LED7
YEL
LED7
56
D29
D18
AMP1
BLU
LED8
RED
LED8
680
D38
RED
D21
BLU
LED9
120
D37
MUTE
YEL
BLU
LED10
680
D34
D36
STDBY
RED
LED11
680
D8
BLU
LED11
120
D35
R7
120
Z3OFF
RED
R28
LED8
120
D10
R9
120
AMP5
BLU
R48
LED9
680
D33
R45
680
AMP6
BLU
R47
LED10
680
D22
AMP4
R50
D39
RED
LED7
AMP3
R44
120
Z3AUX
R26
AMP2
R43
D32
LED10
D9
C
R8
LED6
680
Z2OFF
R49
MOFF
LED9
R27
Z2AUX
R41
D
120
Z2TUNER
R42
Q.C.
AUTH.
RWH
11/6/02
MAG
11/6/02
RWH
3/26/03
MAG
3/27/03
CW
11/17/03
KB
9/26/03
R1
LED1
BLU
D30
CHANGED RESISTORS PER DCR 030821-00.
120
D3
MTUNER
LED6
B
PER DCR 030320-00
R2
LED0
680
Z2DVD2
MSAT
LED2
R21
D13
R35
D23
C
YEL
LED0
MDVD2
LED1
Z3DVD1
56
D24
BLU
Z2DVD1
DRAFTER
CHECKER
CW
11/4/02
CAM
11/5/02
CW
3/24/03
CAM
3/25/03
RWH
9/19/03
CAM
9/23/03
R29
B
680
AMP7
BLU
R46
LED11
680
D11
R10
680
READY
BLU
LED12
R51
D40
[2/D3]
56
LED[12:0]
BYPASS CAPACITORS
+3.3VD
+5VD
C14
47/16
C7
C9
C12
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C8
C10
C11
.01/25
.01/25
.01/25
C1
C13
C15
47/16
47/16
47/16
CONTRACT
NO.
C2
C3
C4
C5
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
CAM
7/8/02
Q.C.
ECM
7/10/02
MAG
7/8/02
2
TITLE
SIZE
B
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
7/10/02
CHECKED
ISSUED
8
exicon
SCHEM,SW/LED BD,RV8
FRONT PANEL LED MATRIX
CODE
NUMBER
REV
3
060-15569
FILE NAME
15569-3. 4
SHEET 4
1
OF
4
11-20-2003_17:07
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+15V
1
1
J15
D
3
RCA
D15
BAV99
3
10/25
2
8
+
150PF
TL072
1
4
R78
C29
U8
R77
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
56
100K
-15V
-15V
+15V
+15V
1
2
J14
3
RCA
D13
100
1/4W
BAV99
3
10/25
2
C27
R74
150PF
100K
-15V
8
+
TL072
1
4
U7
R73
[2/D5,14/D3]
[2/D5,14/D3]
[2/D5,14/D3]
56
[2/D5,14/D3]
1
J13
3
R11
D11
100
1/4W
BAV99
3
10/25
2
8
+
13
150PF
C
1
4
R70
C25
U6
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
R69
56
100K
-15V
-15V
+15V
R9
1
J12
3
RCA
C47
D9
100
1/4W
BAV99
10/25
8
3
+
TL072
2
-
U5
4
R66
C23
150PF
1
[2/C5,14/D3]
[2/C5,14/C3]
[2/C5,14/C3]
R65
[2/C5,14/C3]
56
J11
3
RCA
C43
D7
BAV99
3
10/25
2
8
+
J10
3
RCA
TL072
4
U4
R61
56
-15V
C39
R5
D5
BAV99
3
10/25
2
8
+
[2/B5,14/C3]
[2/B5,14/C3]
[2/B5,14/C3]
TL072
4
U3
[2/B5,14/C3]
56
J9
RCA
13
-15V
C35
R3
D3
BAV99
3
10/25
2
C17
R54
150PF
100K
3
S
1
IN
VEE
-15V
8
+
TL072
1
4
U2
4
A
J8
3
RCA
3
16
2
15
12
D
D1
BAV99
10/25
C15
R50
150PF
100K
-15V
8
3
+
2
-
TL072
1
4
U1
14
S
16
IN
VEE
R49
4
56
[3/B3,9/D4]
CENTER UNITY GAIN PASS-THRU
-15V
[2/A5,14/C3]
[2/A5,14/C3]
ANLG_4_5_DIR_SEL/
ANLG_7_8_DIR_SEL/
7 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
12
12
DOCUMENT CONTROL BLOCK: #060-15579
SHEET REVISION TITLE
1 OF 17
6
LEFT ANALOG INPUT MUXES
3
2 OF 17
RIGHT ANALOG INPUT MUXES
3
3 OF 17
MORE ANALOG INPUT MUXES
3
4 OF 17
INPUTS & MAIN A/D CONVERTER
3
INPUTS & C/SUB A/D CONVERTER
5 OF 17
4
6 OF 17
INPUTS & SIDE A/D CONVERTER
3
7 OF 17
REC A/D CONVERTER
3
8 OF 17
REC DAC & OUT LEVELS
3
9 OF 17
ZONE OUT LEVELS
10 OF 17
6
L/R FRONT DACS
11 OF 17
6
CENTER AND SUB DACS
12 OF 17
6
L/R SIDE DACS
13 OF 17
6
L/R REAR DACS
3
CONTROL REGISTERS
14 OF 17
MAIN
- AUX - AMP CONNS
17
5
15 OF
3
POWER SUPPLY & HEADPHONE
16 OF 17
3
BYPASS CAPACITORS
17 OF 17
D
6
5
B
7
GND
U18
5
DG411
VDD
D
-15V
15
LEFT SIDE UNITY GAIN PASS-THRU
LEFT_SIDE_IN
RELEASED COPY
[6/D8]
+15V +5VD
GND
© 2004 HSG
CONTRACT
NO.
U18
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
12
DG411
VDD
D
APPROVALS
DRAWN
GND
5
exicon
10
U18
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
LEFT ANALOG INPUT MUXES
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
ARE NOT ON BOM.
DG411
VDD
-15V
8
*
U18
13
-15V
[5/D8]
+15V +5VD
5
5
POWER
GROUND
R421, RY8, U96.
LEFT_ZONE_IN
CENTER_IN
+15V +5VD
VCC
CHASSIS
GROUND
6 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C475, D36, E1, FB38, J27, Q3,
2
GND
ANALOG
GROUND
5 [XX/XX] DENOTES [SHEET NUMBER/SECTOR]
DG411
VDD
DIGITAL
GROUND
ZONE SOURCE SELECT LEFT
U19
13
13
C31
DG408
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
-15V
R1
100
1/4W
14
-15V
56
+15V
8
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
R53
+15V
1
-15V
+15V +5VD
+15V
3
C
U20
ZONE_ANLG_EN
100K
-15V
100
1/4W
[3/C3,8/D4]
R57
+15V
1
2
15
LEFT_REC_IN
ZONE_ANLG_SEL0
ZONE_ANLG_SEL1
ZONE_ANLG_SEL2
VCC
7
16
1
1
-
R58
C19
150PF
REC SOURCE SELECT LEFT
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
100K
-15V
100
1/4W
DG408
NOTES
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
+15V
1
3
+15V
+15V
6
5
-15V
14
13
1
-
R62
C21
B
U21
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
-15V
R7
150PF
4
D
100K
-15V
100
1/4W
3
[3/D3,4/D8]
REC_ANLG_EN
+15V
1
2
15
LEFT_MAIN_IN
2
REC_ANLG_SEL0
REC_ANLG_SEL1
REC_ANLG_SEL2
+15V
5
MAIN SOURCE SELECT LEFT
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
1
+15V
4
16
+15V
TL072
DG408
6
+15V
RCA
3
MAIN_ANLG_EN
+15V
3
14
MAIN_ANLG_SEL0
MAIN_ANLG_SEL1
MAIN_ANLG_SEL2
-15V
C51
1
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
1
C55
R13
-15V
+15V
13
C59
R15
100
1/4W
+15V
0dBFS=4.0Vrms
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
CW
6/16/04
MAG
6/21/04
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
6
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 17
6-21-2004_14:22
LEFT ANALOG INPUTS
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
CHANGED Sh. 6, 10-13, 15 PER DCR 031125-00
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
CHANGED SH. 10-13 & 15 PER ECOS
4/14/04
CBV
040408-00 & 040421-00
4/28/04
RWH
CHANGED SHTS 10-13 PER ECO 040526-00
6/14/04
CBV
6/14/04
DESCRIPTION
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+15V
2
1
J15
D
3
RCA
D16
BAV99
5
10/25
6
8
+
150PF
TL072
7
4
R79
C30
U8
R80
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
56
100K
-15V
-15V
+15V
+15V
2
2
J14
3
RCA
D14
100
1/4W
BAV99
10/25
C28
R75
150PF
100K
-15V
8
5
+
6
-
TL072
7
4
U7
R76
[1/D5,14/D3]
[1/D5,14/D3]
[1/D5,14/D3]
56
[1/D5,14/D3]
J13
3
RCA
C52
R12
D12
100
1/4W
BAV99
10/25
13
8
+
TL072
6
-
U6
150PF
C
7
4
R71
C26
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
R72
56
100K
-15V
-15V
+15V
2
J12
3
RCA
C48
R10
D10
100
1/4W
BAV99
5
10/25
6
8
+
150PF
7
4
R67
C24
TL072
U5
[1/C5,14/D3]
[1/C5,14/C3]
[1/C5,14/C3]
R68
[1/C5,14/C3]
56
J11
3
RCA
C44
D8
BAV99
5
10/25
6
8
+
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9
TL072
4
U4
R64
56
100K
-15V
-15V
[1/B5,14/C3]
[1/B5,14/C3]
[1/B5,14/C3]
+15V
J10
3
RCA
C40
R6
2
D6
100
1/4W
BAV99
5
10/25
6
8
+
TL072
7
4
R59
C20
150PF
U3
[1/B5,14/C3]
J9
3
RCA
56
A
J8
RCA
C36
D4
BAV99
5
10/25
6
C18
R55
150PF
100K
-15V
C
U11
-15V
14
3
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
8
+
TL072
7
16
15
D2
BAV99
10/25
C16
R51
150PF
100K
-15V
2
4
U2
4
12
ZONE SOURCE SELECT RIGHT
RIGHT_ZONE_IN
[3/A3,9/C4]
U10
DG411
VDD
D
U9
5
13
VCC
-15V
56
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
5
+
6
-
TL072
7
4
U1
R52
4
56
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
12
D
15
-15V
[1/A5,14/C3]
[1/A5,14/C3]
ANLG_4_5_DIR_SEL/
ANLG_7_8_DIR_SEL/
DG411
VDD
D
7
GND
U9
5
-15V
RIGHT SIDE UNITY GAIN PASS-THRU
RIGHT_SIDE_IN
[6/D8]
+15V +5VD
GND
U9
13
-15V
12
DG411
VDD
5
[5/C8]
+15V +5VD
GND
+15V +5VD
8
SUB_IN
2
R56
13
C32
DG408
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
-15V
R2
100
1/4W
[3/B3,8/C4]
SUB UNITY GAIN PASS-THRU
13
+15V
3
2
15
RIGHT_REC_IN
+15V +5VD
+15V
8
REC SOURCE SELECT RIGHT
DG408
B
-15V
R4
2
3
ZONE_ANLG_EN
100K
-15V
100
1/4W
U12
R60
+15V
2
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
12
CONTRACT
NO.
DG411
VDD
D
APPROVALS
DRAWN
GND
5
U9
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
RIGHT ANALOG INPUT MUXES
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
exicon
10
-15V
8
D
ZONE_ANLG_SEL0
ZONE_ANLG_SEL1
ZONE_ANLG_SEL2
+15V
7
16
1
+15V
6
14
13
7
-
R63
C22
B
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
-15V
+15V
-15V
R8
150PF
3
[3/D3,4/D8]
100K
-15V
100
1/4W
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
REC_ANLG_EN
+15V
2
2
REC_ANLG_SEL0
REC_ANLG_SEL1
REC_ANLG_SEL2
+15V
5
2
15
RIGHT_MAIN_IN
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
1
+15V
4
16
+15V
5
DG408
MAIN_ANLG_EN
-15V
+15V
2
3
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
MAIN_ANLG_SEL0
MAIN_ANLG_SEL1
MAIN_ANLG_SEL2
+15V
3
14
1
MAIN SOURCE SELECT RIGHT
V+ GND VS1
S2
S3
S4
8
D
S5
S6
S7
S8
A0 A1 A2 EN
1
C56
R14
-15V
+15V
13
C60
R16
100
1/4W
+15V
0dBFS=4.0Vrms
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 2
SHEET
1
2 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
RIGHT ANALOG INPUTS
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
+15V +5VD
+15V
REV
[15/B3]
+
RIAA_L
L PHONO INPUT
D
-
[15/B3]
RIAA_LRET
R368
4.02K
1%
3
R369
2
4.02K
1%
8
1
4
+
R372
R PHONO INPUT
[15/B3]
RIAA_RRET
3
S
1
IN
VEE
4
R373
DG411
VDD
D
2
LEFT_MAIN_IN
MC33078
6
-
U87
7
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
R371
-15V R370
4.02K
1%
4.02K
1%
+15V +5VD
RIGHT_PHONO_IN
13
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
+15V
4
12
4
[15/B3]
+
R365
4.02K
1%
L PHONO 75U INPUT
[15/B3]
-
75US_LRET
5
R364
6
4.02K
1%
8
D
7
4
R363
[14/D3]
4.02K
1%
R PHONO 75U INPUT
-
[15/A3]
75US_RRET
R361
[15/B3]
MIC_OUT1
+
MC33078
2
-
U86
1
R358
-15V R359
4.02K
1%
4.02K
1%
R381
4.02K
1%
L MIC INPUT 1
-
[15/B3]
MIC1_RET
5
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
RIGHT_PHONO75_IN
[4/D8,7/D8]
4
R380
6
4.02K
1%
R379
B
[15/B3]
+
R MIC INPUT 2
[15/B3]
MIC2_RET
14
S
16
IN
VEE
4
3
R377
2
4.02K
1%
[14/C3]
8
MC33078
+
1
4
-15V R375
4.02K
1%
4.02K
1%
[15/A2]
+
4.02K
1%
L TUNER INPUT
-
[3/A8,15/A2]
TUNER_RET
5
R388
6
[14/C3]
MIC2_IN
4.02K
1%
4.02K
1%
A
[15/A2]
+
TUNER_R
R384
R TUNER INPUT
-
[3/A8,15/A2]
TUNER_RET
R385
4.02K
1%
R382
12
4
D
10
GND
U41
5
D
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
8
MC33078
-
U89
1
D
7
REC SOURCE SELECT
GND
U42
5
RIGHT_REC_IN
U42
5
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
12
DG411
VDD
D
10
GND
B
U42
5
12
DG411
VDD
D
2
LEFT_ZONE_IN
RIGHT_TUNER_IN
4
U40
5
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
12
4
D
[14/C3]
4.02K
1%
[14/C3]
ZONE_PHONO_SEL/
ZONE_TUNER_SEL/
DG411
VDD
D
7
ZONE SOURCE SELECT
GND
U40
5
15
RIGHT_ZONE_IN
7
6
U40
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
5
[2/B3,9/C4]
+15V +5VD
GND
13
-15V
12
DG411 -15V
VDD
5
[1/B3,9/D4]
+15V +5VD
GND
12
CONTRACT
NO.
DG411
VDD
D
APPROVALS
DRAWN
GND
5
4
exicon
10
U40
-15V
8
[2/C3,8/C4]
+15V +5VD
GND
-15V
13
+
DG411
VDD
15
+15V +5VD
2
12
-15V
13
LEFT_TUNER_IN
3
C
[1/C3,8/D4]
DG411 -15V
VDD
U89
4
DG411
VDD
+15V +5VD
-15V R383
4.02K
1%
6
S
8
IN
VEE
[4/C8,6/C8,7/C8]
4.02K
1%
+15V
4.02K
1%
VCC
4
-15V R386
R387
12
U42
5
13
7
4
[2/D3,4/D8]
+15V +5VD
GND
REC_TUNER_SEL/
4
MC33078
-
U41
5
LEFT_REC_IN
8
+
MAIN SOURCE SELECT
GND
2
REC_PHONO_SEL/
U88
R374
R389
D
-15V
+15V
TUNER_L
VDD
13
4.02K
1%
+15V
4.02K
1%
-
VCC
[4/C8,6/D8,7/D8]
-15V R378
R376
MIC_OUT2
MIC1_IN
U88
4.02K
1%
7
DG411
13
13
7
4
12
+15V +5VD
MC33078
-
11
S
9
IN
VEE
-15V
8
+
D
D
-15V
13
+15V
+
VCC
4
8
4
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
+15V +5VD
3
4.02K
1%
3
+15V +5VD
MAIN_TUNER_SEL/
4.02K
1%
+15V
R360
75US_R
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
U41
5
MAIN_PHONO_SEL/
-15V R362
C
[15/A3]
[14/D3]
DG411
VDD
RIGHT_MAIN_IN
GND
[4/D8,7/D8]
U86
4.02K
1%
+
LEFT_PHONO75_IN
12
15
-15V
MC33078
+
2
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
DG411 -15V
VDD
13
75US_L
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
U41
5
8
+
1
[1/D3,4/D8]
+15V +5VD
GND
-15V
5
4.02K
1%
12
13
4.02K
1%
+15V
4.02K
1%
-
VCC
-15V R367
R366
RIAA_R
LEFT_PHONO_IN
U87
4.02K
1%
[15/B3]
13
MC33078
+
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
TITLE
RWH
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
MORE ANALOG INPUT MUXES
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
ISSUED
3
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 3
SHEET
1
3 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
+15V
[1/D3,3/D3]
[2/D3,3/D3]
3
LEFT_MAIN_IN
RIGHT_MAIN_IN
2
R256
+15V +5VD
D
13
[3/C6,7/D8]
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
LEFT_PHONO75_IN
PHONO 75U INPUT
12
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
MIC1_IN
MIC INPUT
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
12
D
12
[5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,9/C7,14/B3]
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
D
10
VC_MUTE/
8
VD+
DGND
CS
GND
R258
100K
U50
5
MAIN_PHONO75_SEL/
+
6
-
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
D
LEFT_MAIN_IN_LVL
[4/B8,10/D5]
4
C345
C346
.1/25
4.7
5
MAR
MUTE
SDOUT
AINR
AOUTR
7
VC_0
[5/D5]
RIGHT_MAIN_IN_LVL
11
[4/A8,10/B5]
VA13
U67
R276
100K
C341
MC33078
R257
U57
1.00K
7
4
3
10
14
ZCEN
10
8
5
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
R275
VA+
DG411
VDD
4
[14/D3]
1
+15V
12
2
MAL
PGA2311
AOUTL
AGNDR
U50
C
[14/D3]
2
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
+15V +5VD
GND
-15V
MIC2_IN
[5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B3]
ADA_VC_SEL/
9
13
[3/B6,6/C8,7/C8]
[5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
U50
5
-15V
7
D
ADA_SDATA_OUT
[8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
GND
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
+5VA
.1/25
12
AGNDL
16
AINL
6
SCLK
3
SDIN
ADA_SCLK
[5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
DG411
VDD
5
4.7
15
15
1
C343
1.00K
1%
DG411
VDD
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
+5VA
R255
U50
5
4
1.00K
C342
4
[3/B6,6/D8,7/D8]
U57
+15V +5VD
GND
+15V +5VD
13
4
MAIN INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
2
-15V
RIGHT_PHONO75_IN
R254
-15V
13
[3/C6,7/D8]
MC33078
1
-
DG411
D
4
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
8
+
100K
VDD
REV
.1/25
C340
R259
1.00K
1%
-15V
C
4.7
-15V
MAIN_MIC_SEL/
-5VA
C390
MAIN A/D CONVERTER
100PF
R337
C363
R336
100PF
2.00K
1%
R291
5
-
MC33078
7
+
U80
4
2.49K
1%
+5VA
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
B
6
8
R356
0dBFS=0.884Vrms
0
C446
R338
51
1/4W
4.7
C442
.1/25
C436
-5VA
4.7
C447
2200PF
[4/D2,10/D5]
C344
R274
5.62K
1%
47/16
2
3
8
-
MC33078
R290
1
+
4
51
U71
C439
1/4W
+5VR
4.7
-5VA
C391
R334
C367
C389
10/16
.1/25
10.0K
1%
C365
R339
2.00K
1%
100PF
R292
A
[4/C2,10/B5]
RIGHT_MAIN_IN_LVL
47/16
5.62K
1%
8
6
-
5
+
2
3
8
-
1
+
U80
21
OVFL
20
OVFR
BYPAS
3
C445
.1/25
26
28
GNDL
S_M
VCOMR
VREFR+
27
51
2200PF
LRCK
SCLK
AGND
C437
-5VA
12
MCLK
13
DGND
8
11
OSR2
10
OSR1
9
OSR0
GNDR
25 AINR+
24
AINR-
1/4W
*
NC
NC
7
FMT1
6
FMT0
VCOML
C444
.1/25
R355
VREFL+
SDATA
R341
B
R354
2
23
RST
15
17
MAIN_ADC_192K_EN
MAIN_ADC_96K_EN
R357
47
MAIN_I2S_IN1
MAIN_FS/
16
MAIN_FS64/
18
MAIN_ADC_MCKI
19
MAIN_ADC_RST/
[5/B4,6/A4,14/B3]
[5/B4,6/A4,14/B3]
[15/B5,15/D6]
[5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/D3]
[5/A4,6/A4,14/B3]
CONTRACT
NO.
U84
MC33078
APPROVALS
DRAWN
51
U71
1/4W
-5VA
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
INPUTS & MAIN A/D CONVERTER
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
R293
7
4
4.7
MC33078
4
2.49K
1%
+5VA
R277
C443
2.00K
1%
+5VA
R335
C347
.1/25
VD
C438
.1/25
100PF
R340
14
VA
4
AINL+
5
AINL1
C440
10.0K
1%
.1/25
PCM1804
22
LEFT_MAIN_IN_LVL
C441
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 4
SHEET
1
4 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
-7dB
+3.3VD
+5VA
2.00K
1%
+5VA
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
C/SUB INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
+5VA
C327
+15V
4.7
D
C326
[1/B3]
CENTER_IN
8
3
+
2
-
R244
+5VA
R242
U55
1.00K
1
4
100K
MC33078
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
16
1.00K
1%
[4/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
CENTER & SUB DIRECT INPUT
[4/C3]
[4/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
+15V
[4/C5,6/C4,7/A7,9/C7,14/B3]
SUB_IN
5
6
R246
8
MC33078
+
7
-
U55
4
100K
[4/C5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B3]
ADA_SCLK
6
VC_0
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
1
VC_MUTE/
8
R245
PGA2311
AOUTL
SCLK
VD+
10
14
CENTER_IN_LVL
DGND
[5/B8,11/D5]
4
SDIN
CS
D
R267
VA+
AINL
C329
C330
.1/25
4.7
5
SUBA
ZCEN
9
1.00K
MUTE
SDOUT
AINR
AOUTR
AGNDR
R247
1.00K
1%
-15V
CA
.1/25
12
AGNDL
R243
-15V
[2/B3]
15
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
10
7
VC_1
[6/C4]
11
SUB_IN_LVL
[5/A8,11/B5]
VA13
U65
R268
100K
C325
.1/25
C324
C
C
4.7
-5VA
C380
C/SUB A/D CONVERTER
100PF
R321
C354
R320
2.00K
1%
100PF
R283
6
5
8
4
2.49K
1%
+5VA
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
MC33078
7
+
R348
0dBFS=0.884Vrms
U78
0
C422
51
1/4W
4.7
C418
.1/25
C412
-5VA
4.7
C423
B
[5/D3,11/D5]
C328
R266
47/16
5.62K
1%
2
3
8
-
MC33078
PCM1804
R282
1
+
4
51
U69
C415
1/4W
+5VR
4.7
-5VA
C381
R318
C379
10/16
.1/25
10.0K
1%
R323
2.00K
1%
100PF
R284
C331
47/16
A
R269
5.62K
1%
8
6
-
5
+
2
3
8
-
4.7
MC33078
1
+
4
2.49K
1%
+5VA
SUB_IN_LVL
C419
2.00K
1%
+5VA
R319
C355
[5/C3,11/B5]
.1/25
U78
21
OVFL
20
OVFR
BYPAS
.1/25
.1/25
26
28
GNDL
S_M
VCOMR
VREFR+
27
GNDR
25 AINR+
24
AINR-
51
1/4W
23
-5VA
2200PF
LRCK
SCLK
AGND
MCLK
13
DGND
8
11
OSR2
10
OSR1
9
OSR0
SDATA
R325
B
12
7
FMT1
6
FMT0
VCOML
C420
.1/25
*
NC
NC
R346
2
3
C421
R347
VREFL+
C413
RST
15
17
MAIN_ADC_192K_EN
MAIN_ADC_96K_EN
R349
MAIN_I2S_IN2
47
MAIN_FS/
16
MAIN_FS64/
18
CSUB_ADC_MCKI
19
MAIN_ADC_RST/
[4/A4,6/A4,14/B3]
[4/A4,6/A4,14/B3]
[15/B5,15/D6]
[4/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[4/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/D3]
[4/A4,6/A4,14/B3]
U82
MC33078
R285
7
4
VD
1
100PF
R324
14
VA
4
AINL+
5
AINL-
C414
C416
10.0K
1%
C357
.1/25
2200PF
22
CENTER_IN_LVL
C417
R322
51
U69
CONTRACT
NO.
1/4W
-5VA
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
RWH
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
INPUTS & C/SUB A/D CONVERTER
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
ISSUED
8
exicon
2
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 5
SHEET
1
5 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
-7dB
+3.3VD
+5VA
2.00K
1%
+5VA
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
RIGHT_SIDE_IN_HALF
LEFT_SIDE_IN_HALF
[9/C7]
[9/D7]
SIDE INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
D
[1/A3]
[2/A3]
LEFT_SIDE_IN
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
4
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
+5VA
RIGHT_SIDE_IN
C335
+15V +5VD
+15V
13
[3/B6,4/C8,7/D8]
MIC1_IN
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
4
12
4.7
C334
DG411
VDD
D
3
2
2
GND
R250
U51
5
8
MC33078
+
4
100K
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
R248
1
909
U56
1%
R249
16
1.00K
1%
[4/D5,5/D5,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
-15V
[5/C4]
+15V +5VD
[4/D5,5/D5,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
+15V
13
[3/B6,4/C8,7/C8]
[14/C3]
MIC2_IN
SIDE_MIC_SEL/
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
4
12
[4/C5,5/C5,7/A7,9/C7,14/B3]
DG411
VDD
D
15
5
6
GND
5
R252
U51
8
-
ADA_SCLK
6
VC_1
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
1
VC_MUTE/
8
R251
7
4
100K
[4/C5,5/C5,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B3]
MC33078
+
9
909
U56
1%
1.00K
1%
PGA2311
R271
AINL
AOUTL
SCLK
VD+
DGND
SAL
14
LEFT_SIDE_IN_LVL
[6/B8,12/D5]
4
SDIN
CS
C337
C338
.1/25
4.7
5
SAR
ZCEN
MUTE
SDOUT
AINR
AOUTR
7
VC_2
11
[7/B7]
RIGHT_SIDE_IN_LVL
[6/A8,12/B5]
VA-
10
13
U66
R272
100K
C333
-15V
D
10
VA+
AGNDR
R253
-15V
C
.1/25
12
AGNDL
-15V
MIC INPUT
15
+5VA
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
C
.1/25
C332
4.7
-5VA
C385
SIDE A/D CONVERTER
100PF
R329
C359
R328
100PF
2.00K
1%
R287
B
8
6
-
5
+
2.49K
1%
+5VA
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
MC33078
7
4
R352
0dBFS=0.884Vrms
U79
0
C434
R330
51
1/4W
4.7
C430
.1/25
C424
-5VA
4.7
C435
2200PF
LEFT_SIDE_IN_LVL
C336
R270
47/16
5.62K
1%
2
3
8
-
R286
1
+
4
+5VR
MC33078
51
U70
1/4W
C386
C384
10/16
.1/25
R332
10.0K
1%
R331
2
2.00K
1%
100PF
R288
3
A
[6/C2,12/B5]
R273
47/16
5.62K
1%
8
6
-
5
+
-
4.7
MC33078
.1/25
1
+
U79
4
AINL+
5
AINL-
21
OVFL
20
OVFR
B
BYPAS
.1/25
26
28
GNDL
12
27
7
FMT1
6
FMT0
VCOML
S_M
VCOMR
VREFR+
GNDR
25 AINR+
24
AINR-
51
23
LRCK
SCLK
AGND
C425
MCLK
2200PF
13
DGND
8
11
OSR2
10
OSR1
9
OSR0
SDATA
1/4W
*
NC
NC
VREFL+
C432
.1/25
R351
R350
2
3
C433
R333
-5VA
RST
15
17
MAIN_ADC_192K_EN
MAIN_ADC_96K_EN
R353
47
MAIN_I2S_IN3
MAIN_FS/
16
MAIN_FS64/
18
SIDE_ADC_MCKI
19
MAIN_ADC_RST/
[4/A4,5/B4,14/B3]
[4/A4,5/B4,14/B3]
[15/A5,15/D6]
[4/A4,5/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[4/A4,5/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/D3]
[4/A4,5/A4,14/B3]
CONTRACT
NO.
U83
MC33078
APPROVALS
DRAWN
51
U70
1/4W
-5VA
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
INPUTS & SIDE A/D CONVERTER
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
R289
7
4
8
4
2.49K
1%
+5VA
C339
C431
2.00K
1%
+5VA
R327
C360
RIGHT_SIDE_IN_LVL
.1/25
VD
C426
100PF
10.0K
1%
14
VA
1
C428
R326
C362
C427
4.7
-5VA
.1/25
PCM1804
22
[6/D2,12/D5]
C429
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
4
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 6
SHEET
1
6 OF 17
2-2-2004_11:13
-7dB
+3.3VD
+5VA
2.00K
1%
+5VA
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
+15V +5VD
+15V
13
D
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
LEFT_PHONO75_IN
PHONO 75U INPUT
VDD
2
D
+15V +5VD
[3/C6,4/D8]
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
-15V
RIGHT_PHONO75_IN
12
+15V +5VD
4
13
[3/B6,4/C8,6/D8]
12
VCC
MIC INPUT
12
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
C
12
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
L_REC_DACOUT
REC_DAC_OUT
[14/C3]
[14/B3]
[14/C3]
8
MC33078
R239
6
-
U54
1.00K
7
4
RIGHT_REC_IN_HALF
[7/A7]
R241
1.00K
1%
-15V
D
10
GND
U51
C
+15V +5VD
GND
U49
5
12
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
REC_AD_PHO75_SEL/
4
REC_AD_MIC_SEL/
DG411
VDD
D
10
GND
5
U49
REC_AD_DAC_SEL/
-15V
C375
100PF
REC A/D CONVERTER
R313
C349
REC INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
+5VA
R312
2.00K
1%
100PF
R279
C319
B
C318
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
15
.1/25
12
AGNDL
[7/D3]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[6/C3]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,9/C7,14/B3]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B3]
[7/D3]
LEFT_REC_IN_HALF 16
ADA_SCLK
6
VC_2
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
1
VC_MUTE/
8
RIGHT_REC_IN_HALF 9
PGA2311
VA+
AOUTL
AINL
SCLK
VD+
DGND
SDOUT
AOUTR
AINR
AGNDR
10
C320
R262
47/16
5.62K
1%
2
R263
10
3
8
+
+5VR
4
C321
C322
.1/25
4.7
13
C410
51
1/4W
4.7
4.7
C406
.1/25
.1/25
B
C400
MC33078
PCM1804
R278
51
U68
[8/B7]
C352
C374
10/16
.1/25
11
4.7
C376
R315
2.00K
1%
100PF
R280
R264
2.49K
1%
+5VA
RAR
C323
47/16
-5VA
R265
5.62K
1%
6
5
8
4
3
8
-
4.7
MC33078
1
+
U77
51
3
MC33078
C409
.1/25
26
28
GNDL
S_M
VCOMR
VREFR+
C408
.1/25
27
7
FMT1
6
FMT0
VCOML
23
LRCK
SCLK
AGND
MCLK
13
DGND
8
11
OSR2
10
OSR1
9
OSR0
GNDR
C401
2200PF
12
R342
2
25 AINR+
24
AINR-
1/4W
*
NC
NC
VREFL+
SDATA
R317
-5VA
7
+
2
4
100K
4.7
C407
2.00K
1%
+5VA
R311
10.0K
1%
U64
.1/25
.1/25
21
OVFL
20
OVFR
C402
.1/25
C404
R316
VD
4
AINL+
5
AINL-
BYPAS
R343
14
VA
1
100PF
C350
C316
C403
1/4W
-5VA
C405
C411
2200PF
10.0K
1%
VC_3
0
R314
-5VA
R310
5
7
U77
1
4
VA-
C317
A
4
ZCEN
MUTE
MC33078
7
+
R344
0dBFS=0.884Vrms
22
14
SDIN
CS
0dBFS=2.0Vrms
+5VA
5
8
-
2.49K
1%
+5VA
RAL
4.7
6
+3.3VD
+5VA
2.00K
1%
+5VA
-7dB
RST
REC_ADC_192K_EN
REC_ADC_96K_EN
R345
15
47
17
7
6
REC_ADC_FS/
REC_ADC_FS64/
18
REC_ADC_MCKI/
19
REC_ADC_RST/
[14/B3]
[14/B3]
[15/A5,15/C6]
[15/C3,15/C5]
[15/B3,15/D5]
[15/B3,15/D4]
[14/B3]
CONTRACT
NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
1/4W
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
REC A/D CONVERTER
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
5
exicon
U81
R281
51
U68
MAIN_I2S_IN4
16
-5VA
8
D
DG411
VDD
5
13
[8/B7,8/C3]
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
-15V
7
D
-15V
R_REC_DACOUT
3
DG411
VDD
4
R237
1.00K
1%
+
U51
VCC
13
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
1.00K
U54
5
100K
+15V +5VD
[8/C7,8/D3]
U49
5
13
[3/B6,4/C8,6/C8]
2
[7/B7]
+15V
+15V +5VD
5
LEFT_REC_IN_HALF
GND
R240
GND
-15V
MIC2_IN
D
R236
-15V
-15V
7
D
4
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
15
DG411
VDD
6
S
8
IN
VEE
MIC1_IN
4
DG411
VDD
1
-
R238
100K
13
MC33078
+
2
U49
5
8
3
GND
4
1
DG411
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 7
SHEET
1
7 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
[3/C6,4/D8]
12
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
+15V +5VD
+5VD
REV
+5VA +5VR
REC D/A CONVERSION
13
FB15
+6.7dB
D
C277
C273
C270
4.7
4.7
330/6.3
C276
C272
C271
.1/25
.1/25
+15V
0dBFS=1.98Vrms
R210
R213
316
1%
.1/25
33
R211
681
1%
C229
3
+
MC33078
2
-
U52
C231
[14/B3]
[15/B3,15/C5]
[15/C3,15/D5]
[15/C3,15/C5]
[14/B3]
3
REC_DAC_MCKI/
4
REC_DAC_RST/
5
REC_DAC_FS64/
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
6
REC_DAC_FS/
7
REC_DAC_LATCH
8
9
10
[4/D5,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
11
ADA_SDATA_OUT
12
13
C
14
1
VA+
AOUTL+
SDATA
DZFR
LRCK
CAD1
CS
DZFL
CAD0
P/S
CCLK
VCOM
DIF0
AOUTR-
DIF1
AGND
DIF2
VREFL
BGND
DGND
6
S
8
IN
VEE
LEFT_REC_IN
[1/C3,3/C3]
681
1%
26
L_REC_DACOUT
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
[7/C8,8/C7]
GND
U43
5
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
D
12
DG411
VDD
D
7
GND
U43
5
REC_DIRECT_SEL/
[14/C6]
NC
4
REC_DACOUT_SEL/
[14/C7,14/C3]
27
-15V
+15V +5VD
+15V
NC
R218
R215
5
25
316
1%
24
AOUTR+
CDTI
VCC
23
28
2
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
[9/D4]
13
1500PF
R208
22
AOUTL-
BICK
33
316
1%
17
VREFH
PD
L_REC_DAC
C230
R209
R212
18
D
-15V
+15V +5VD
-15V
VD+
MCLK
4
DG411
VDD
1
4
AK4395
2
0dBFS=4.3Vrms
8
1500PF
8200PF
[15/B3,15/D4]
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
12
C236
21
33
R219
681
1%
6
C235
MC33078
-
U52
19
C275
16
4.7
15
R214
R217
316
1%
33
4
[9/C4]
12
DG411
VDD
D
15
R_REC_DACOUT
[7/C8,8/B7]
GND
U43
5
C234
R216
-15V
+15V +5VD
1500PF
13
681
1%
C274
U58
14
S
16
IN
VEE
R_REC_DAC
-15V
20
VCC
7
4
1500PF
8200PF
13
8
+
[2/C3,3/B3]
.1/25
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
RIGHT_REC_IN
4
+15V
12
C
DG411
VDD
D
10
GND
U43
5
+5VA
L_REC_DACOUT 3
2
R126
-15V
8
+
MC33078
R125
C117
-
U32
1.00K
10/25
1
4
100K
C113
1.00K
1%
15
16
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
B
[14/B3]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B3]
ADA_SCLK
6
VC_3
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
REC_VC_ZCEN
1
VC_MUTE/
8
9
+15V
.1/25
12
[7/C8,8/C3]
+
6
-
R129
100K
MC33078
AINL
AOUTL
SCLK
VD+
R128
U32
1.00K
7
4
-15V
L_REC_AMP
DGND
CS
14
3
4
2
SDOUT
AINR
AOUTR
C116
C115
.1/25
4.7
7
4.02K
1%
VC_4
11
C111
R113
10/25
.1/25
C112
1.00K
1%
4.7
U13
47/25
1
+15V
4.02K
1%
100K
4
8
+5VD
11
13
7
U13
C89
R17
330
1/4W
C64
47/25
J1
FB1
1
C1
RCA
3
D25
R201N4002
B
J1
-
10K
R21
RY1
R8618PF
330
1/4W
FB2
2
C2
RCA
3
ZONE2 RIGHT
OUT VAR
150PF
0dBFS=4Vrms
RELAY
6
4
C65
47/25
8
R24
11
+5VD
13
R23
330
1/4W
1
C66
J2
FB3
1
C3
RCA
3
+
16
47/25
J2
-
R25
10K
R26
RY2
ZONE_RLY_CNTL
R81
1.2K
ZONE2 LEFT
OUT FIX
150PF
9
10K
ZONE_MUTE_RLY/
ZONE2 LEFT
OUT VAR
+
16
4.02K
1%
A
[15/A8,16/B8]
150PF
9
1
MC33078
-15V
4.02K
1%
R19
8
-
0dBFS=4Vrms
6
10K
R8418PF
+
R_REC_AMP
120
RELAY
C86
-15V
4
R87
R127
-
[9/C7]
6
U22
C63
4
5
VA13
+
MC33078
R85
5
ZCEN
MUTE
R22
8
-5VA
[14/B3]
[15/B8,16/B8]
+15V
R112
10.0K
1%
SDIN
10
C118
PGA2311
VA+
AGNDR
8
R_REC_DACOUT 5
R18
120
AGNDL
[7/A6]
+5VA
R124
-15V
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
REC OUTPUT
LEVEL CONTROL
4.7
C114
[9/A7]
330
1/4W
CONTRACT
NO.
FB4
2
C4
RCA
150PF
2N4401
Q1
3
ZONE2 RIGHT
OUT FIX
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
REC DAC & OUT LEVELS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 8
SHEET
1
8 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
[7/C8,8/D3]
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+15V +5VD
0dBFS=4.3Vrms
REAR OUTPUT
LEVEL CONTROL
D
13
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
L_REC_DAC
[8/D4]
+5VA
4
C312
12
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
DG411
VDD
D
L_ZONE_DACOUT
2
[9/B7]
GND
U44
5
-15V
+15V +5VD
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
D
4.7
C313
.1/25
12
15
AGNDL
[6/D2]
LEFT_SIDE_IN_HALF
16
6
[8/B5]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/B7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,14/B3]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/B7,14/B3]
[6/D2]
VC_4
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
1
VC_MUTE/
8
RIGHT_SIDE_IN_HALF
9
+5VA
PGA2311
VA+
AINL
AOUTL
VD+
SCLK
DGND
R260
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
LEFT_ZONE_IN
[1/B3,3/B3]
10
LEFT_REAR_IN_LVL
14
[13/D5]
4
4
C314
C315
.1/25
4.7
ZONE_DIRECT_SEL/
[14/C6]
AOUTR
AINR
AGNDR
VC_5
11
RIGHT_REAR_IN_LVL
[9/B7]
14
S
16
IN
VEE
R_REC_DAC
[8/C4]
[13/B5]
4
7
GND
U44
5
12
DG411
VDD
D
15
R_ZONE_DACOUT
[9/A7]
GND
U44
5
R261
U63
13
C310
C
7
VCC
VA-
10
D
5
13
SDOUT
DG411
VDD
-15V
+15V +5VD
ZCEN
MUTE
12
ZONE_DACOUT_SEL/
[14/C7,14/C3]
SDIN
CS
13
100K
C
-15V
+15V +5VD
.1/25
C311
13
4.7
VCC
RIGHT_ZONE_IN
[2/B3,3/A3]
11
S
9
IN
VEE
-5VA
4
12
DG411
VDD
D
10
GND
5
U44
-15V
ZONE OUTPUT
LEVEL CONTROL
+5VA
+15V
R28
C121
[9/D3]
L_ZONE_DACOUT
8
3
R132
2
100K
+
MC33078 R131
-
1.00K
C125
1
4
U33
B
4.7
C122
R130
15
1.00K
1%
[9/C5]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[14/B3]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,14/B3]
VC_5
3
ADA_VC_SEL/
2
ZONE_VC_ZCEN
1
8
VC_MUTE/
+15V
[9/C3]
R_ZONE_DACOUT
R135
100K
9
+
MC33078 R134
6
-
1.00K
7
U33
-15V
C126
PGA2311
VA+
AINL
AOUTL
SCLK
VD+
DGND
CS
4
2
C124
C123
.1/25
4.7
5
MUTE
SDOUT
AINR
AOUTR
10
7
MC33078
+
-
RELAY
U15
C93
47/25
10K
R88 18PF
11
4.02K
1%
+15V
4.02K
1%
9
1
6
U23
8
+
MC33078
-
U15
.1/25
4.02K
1%
C120
-15V
R27 FB5
330
1/4W
13
1
RCA
C5
ZONE3 LEFT OUT
3
150PF
+
C68
7
4
R91
4
8
-15V
5
J3
6
R29
R89
11
B
0dBFS=4Vrms
C67
1
4
VA13
8
NC
10/25
1.00K
1%
[15/A8,16/B8]
+5VD
3
ZCEN
C119
R133
R_ZONE_AMP
+15V
R114
10
14
SDIN
AGNDR
8
5
4
.1/25
12
AGNDL
6
ADA_SCLK
[15/A8,16/C8]
120
16
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
R32
+5VA
10/25
-15V
L_ZONE_AMP
120
16
C96
47/25
R30
10K
R90 18PF
J3
R31 FB6
RY3
330
1/4W
2
RCA
C6
ZONE3 RIGHT OUT
3
150PF
4.02K
1%
4.7
-5VA
[8/A4]
ZONE_RLY_CNTL
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
ZONE OUT LEVELS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 9
SHEET
1
9 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
LEFT & RIGHT FRONT D/A CONVERSION
+5VD
0dBFS=1.98Vrms
+5VA +5VR
FB19
C309
4.7
4.7
330/6.3
C308
C304
C303
.1/25
330/6.3 R194
1.15K
1%
C258
8200PF
C302
C305
.1/25
R193
[15/D3]
[11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,14/B3]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/C3,15/D5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[14/B3]
FRONT_DAC_MCKI
3
MAIN_DAC_RST/
4
MAIN_FS64/
5
MAIN_I2S_OUT1
6
MAIN_FS/
7
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_0
8
9
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/D5,8/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
ADA_SCLK
10
ADA_SDATA_OUT
11
C
12
13
14
1
VD+
VA+
MCLK
VREFH
PD
AOUTL+
BICK
AOUTL-
SDATA
DZFR
LRCK
CAD1
CS
DZFL
CAD0
P/S
CCLK
VCOM
CDTI
AOUTR+
DIF0
AOUTR-
DIF1
AGND
DIF2
VREFL
DGND
BGND
1%
+
NE5532A
2
-
U48
R192
330/6.3
68.1
.1/25
18
C212
1%
R191
R190
22K
1200PF
23
LEFT_MAIN_IN_LVL
[4/D2,4/B8]
22
28
26
+
MC33078
2
-
U37
1
C165
57.6K
19
16
15
C307
R234
4.7
316
1%
C259
R198
68.1
330/6.3 R199
1.15K
1%
C260
8200PF
C306
1%
C217
R46
RIGHT_MAIN_IN_LVL
C261
R197
316
1%
330/6.3
68.1
5
+
6
-
NE5532A
5
U48
C216
1%
R196
R195
22K
-15V
-
U37
-15V
C168
[10/C2]
R157 18PF
57.6K
825
1%
47/25
+15V +5VD
13
VCC
A
[11/A6,12/A7,13/A6,14/C3]
MAIN_MUTE/
3
S
1
IN
VEE
MAIN_MUTE_RLY/
D
10
GND
U29
5
B
-15V
8200PF R298
C228
+15V
[16/B8]
[16/A8]
120
R299
422
5
8200PF R203
8
-
7
+
4
TL072
R301
R205
422
[15/D8]
R_FRONT_AMP
[15/D8]
2.21K
1%
1%
120
U72
J7
0dBFS=7Vrms
R45
-15V
4
L_FRONT_AMP
2.21K
1%
1%
8
100
1/4W
11
FB13
1
C13
RCA
LEFT FRONT OUT
3
150PF
9
12
R47
D
D24
1
BAV99
825
1%
ADG451
VDD
16
-15V
2
D26
+
+15V
J7
RY7
1N4002
GND
4
[14/C3]
ADG451
VDD
C370
13
-15V
12
4
6
C76
[10/A7]
U29
5
11
S
9
IN
VEE
6
+15V
R_FRONT_DACOUT
+15V +5VD
7
R_FRONT_HDP
15
GND
VCC
RELAY
U28
D
13
MC33078
ADG451
VDD
4
R158 1%
R101
12
14
S
16
IN
VEE
1200PF
120
BAV99
13
8
+
-15V
15
GND
R100
U29
5
+15V +5VD
7
1.21K
1%
L_FRONT_HDP
+5VD
R_FRONT_DACOUT
GND
VCC
R235
1.50K
1%
D23
825
1%
ADG451
5
7
D
C
-15V
R98
4
CHANGED U29 PER ECO 040526-00
8
4
1200PF
.1/25
C75
D
6
ADG451
+15V
20
1%
VDD
CHANGED R45-48, R99-100 PER
-15V
4.32K
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
5
1%
+15V
12
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
5
-15V
8
5
+
6
-
U28
MAIN_RLY_CNTL
R82
[11/A7,12/A7,13/A7]
TL072
7
4
U31
R48 FB14
2
R111
120
100
1/4W
C14
150PF
-15V
RCA
RIGHT FRONT OUT
3
CONTRACT
NO.
Q2
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
L/R FRONT DACS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
2N4401
1.2K
8
D
MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/
MAIN_DIRECT_SEL/
[11/D3,12/D4,14/D7,14/C3]
[11/C5,12/C5,14/D6]
21
B
13
4
ECO 040408-00
VDD
4
R155 1%
24
R159
+15V +5VD
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
4.32K
4
47/25
3
[10/B7]
U29
12
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
R154 18PF
-15V
1.50K
1%
NC
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
CW
6/16/04
MAG
6/21/04
25
6
825
1%
L_FRONT_DACOUT
GND
5
13
4
[4/C2,4/A8]
[10/D2]
2
D
-15V
8
R156
2
+15V +5VD
3
NC
27
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
ADG451
VDD
4
1.21K
1% +15V
+15V
R99
12
17
U62
L_FRONT_DACOUT
13
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
-15V
316
1%
+15V +5VD
1
4
1200PF
R233
1
8
3
C213
C257
AK4395
2
68.1
0dBFS=7.2Vrms
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
4/27/04
CBV
4/28/04
RWH
6/14/04
CBV
6/14/04
DESCRIPTION
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
6
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 10
SHEET
1
10 OF 17
6-21-2004_14:22
D
+11.2dB
C256
R232
316
1%
+15V
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
CENTER & SUB D/A CONVERSION
+5VD
0dBFS=1.98Vrms
+5VA +5VR
C250
R228
316
1%
FB18
D
C301
C297
C294
4.7
4.7
330/6.3
R183
330/6.3 R184
1.15K
1%
C252
8200PF
C300
C296
C295
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
316
1%
[15/C3]
[10/D7,12/D7,13/D7,14/B3]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/C3,15/D5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[14/B3]
CSUB_DAC_MCKI
3
MAIN_DAC_RST/
4
MAIN_FS64/
5
MAIN_I2S_OUT2
6
MAIN_FS/
7
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_1
8
9
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
ADA_SCLK
10
ADA_SDATA_OUT
11
12
C
13
14
1
VD+
VA+
MCLK
VREFH
PD
AOUTL+
BICK
AOUTL-
SDATA
DZFR
LRCK
CAD1
CS
DZFL
CAD0
P/S
CCLK
VCOM
CDTI
AOUTR+
DIF0
AOUTR-
DIF1
AGND
DIF2
VREFL
DGND
BGND
1%
8
3
+
NE5532A
2
-
U47
C207
C251
R182
330/6.3
68.1
18
R181
R180
22K
17
4
3
2
NC
26
8
+
MC33078
1.50K
1%
2
D
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
CENTER_DACOUT
[11/B7]
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
4
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
5
CHANGED R41-44, R96-97 PER
GND
U27
-
U36
12
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
1
4
C161
-15V
R148 18PF
4
R149
57.6K
1%
-15V
NC
25
VDD
5
13
27
R150
2
ADG451
+15V +5VD
+15V
CENTER_IN_LVL
[5/D3,5/B8]
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
-15V
23
22
12
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
1200PF
1.21K
1%
28
13
C206
1%
1
+15V +5VD
1
4
1200PF
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
4/27/04
CBV
4/28/04
RWH
6/14/04
CBV
6/14/04
DESCRIPTION
0dBFS=7.2Vrms
-15V
R229
AK4395
2
68.1
REV
+15V
+11.2dB
ECO 040408-00
ADG451
VDD
6
CHANGED U27 PER ECO 040526-00
7
D
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
CW
6/16/04
MAG
6/21/04
D
GND
U27
5
4.32K
24
1%
21
MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/
MAIN_DIRECT_SEL/
[10/C4,12/D4,14/D7,14/C3]
[10/C4,12/C5,14/D6]
20
+15V
19
C
C299
C253
R230
16
4.7
15
316
1%
C298
U61
R188
330/6.3 R189
1.15K
1%
C254
8200PF
.1/25
68.1
1%
8
5
+
NE5532A
6
-
U47
C211
7
4
1200PF
+15V +5VD
13
-15V
R231
C255
R187
316
1%
330/6.3
68.1
14
S
16
IN
VEE
C210
1200PF
R186
1%
12
VCC
4
ADG451
VDD
15
D
SUB_DACOUT
[11/A7]
GND
U27
5
22K
R185
-15V
1.21K
1%
+15V +5VD
+15V
SUB_IN_LVL
[5/C3,5/A8]
5
6
MC33078
-
U36
12
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
7
4
B
13
8
+
C164
R153
-15V
R151 18PF
4
1.50K
1%
R152
57.6K
1%
-15V
+15V
ADG451
VDD
10
D
GND
5
U27
B
4.32K
1%
C470
CENTER_DACOUT
R96
C73
825
1%
47/25
+15V
+15V +5VD
13
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
BAV99
825
1%
12
ADG451
VDD
D
-15V
7
6
4
+15V
U28
5
[11/C2]
C74
-15V
825
1%
47/25
+15V +5VD
VCC
A
[10/A6,12/A7,13/A6,14/C3]
MAIN_MUTE/
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
[10/A5,12/A7,13/A7]
+
R415
7
[15/C8]
120
TL072
0dBFS=7Vrms
U90
R41
-15V
100
1/4W
11
J6
FB11
1
RCA
C11
CENTER OUT
3
150PF
9
D22
R43
12
ADG451
VDD
D
1
BAV99
825
1%
16
-15V
10
+
J6
-
R44
RY6
100
1/4W
GND
5
FB12
2
RCA
C12
SUB OUT
3
CONTRACT
NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
CENTER AND SUB DACS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
150PF
U28
-15V
MAIN_RLY_CNTL
CENTER_AMP
2.21K
1%
1%
13
R97
13
-
5
8
+5VD
SUB_DACOUT
6
R419
422
8
4
RELAY
GND
8200PF R416
D21
R42
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
6
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 11
SHEET
1
11 OF 17
6-21-2004_14:23
[11/D2]
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
LEFT & RIGHT SIDE D/A CONVERSION
+5VA +5VR
316
1%
C293
C289
4.7
D
C286
4.7
C244
R224
FB17
R173
330/6.3 R174
1.15K
1%
C246
8200PF
[15/C3]
[10/D7,11/D7,13/D7,14/B3]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,13/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/C3,15/D5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,13/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[14/B3]
SIDE_DAC_MCKI
3
C292
C288
C287
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
316
1%
MAIN_DAC_RST/
4
MAIN_FS64/
5
MAIN_I2S_OUT3
6
MAIN_FS/
7
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_2
8
9
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
ADA_SCLK
ADA_SDATA_OUT
10
11
12
C
13
14
1
VA+
MCLK
VREFH
PD
AOUTL+
BICK
AOUTLDZFR
SDATA
CAD1
LRCK
CS
DZFL
CAD0
P/S
CCLK
VCOM
CDTI
AOUTR+
DIF0
AOUTR-
DIF1
AGND
DIF2
VREFL
DGND
C245
2
1%
C201
8
+
330/6.3
4
U46
13
3
S
1
IN
VEE
C200
1%
R171
R170
22K
1200PF
23
3
2
MC33078
+
1
4
25
13
8
NC
NC
D
2
L_SIDE_DACOUT
U35
C157
R144
-15V
R142 18PF
1.50K
1%
R143
57.6K
1%
20
4.7
C290
U60
.1/25
316
1%
R178
330/6.3 R179
1.15K
1%
C248
8200PF
68.1
1%
+
6
-
C205
NE5532A
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
-15V
U46
13
VCC
R227
C249
R177
14
S
16
IN
VEE
316
1%
330/6.3
68.1
C204
1200PF
R176
1%
12
ADG451
6
VDD
D
4
GND
U25
5
RIGHT_SIDE_IN_LVL
R147
1.50K
1%
12
ADG451
VDD
D
R_SIDE_DACOUT
15
+15V +5VD
5
13
8
+
MC33078
-
U35
VCC
7
C160
11
S
9
IN
VEE
-15V
R145 18PF
4
R146
57.6K
1%
-15V
GND
U25
5
12
ADG451
VDD
D
10
GND
5
U25
B
C368
4.32K
1%
825
1%
12
ADG451
VDD
D
2
3
-15V
15
[10/A6,11/A6,13/A6,14/C3]
MAIN_MUTE/
-15V
825
1%
47/25
+15V +5VD
3
S
1
IN
VEE
TL072
R300
R204
422
[15/D8]
422
1%
0dBFS=7Vrms
U72
-15V
R37
8
100
1/4W
11
J5
FB9
1
RCA
C9
LEFT SIDE OUT
3
150PF
D20
R39
12
ADG451
VDD
D
1
BAV99
825
1%
16
-15V
2
+15V
J5
-
3
RY5
GND
5
+
2
8
+
TL072
1
4
U31
R40
FB10
422
1%
100
1/4W
RIGHT SIDE OUT
2
R110
RCA
C10
3
CONTRACT
NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
-15V
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
L/R SIDE DACS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
150PF
U26
-15V
[10/A5,11/A7,13/A7]
R_SIDE_AMP
9
4
MAIN_RLY_CNTL
[15/D8]
2.21K
1%
1%
13
C72
VCC
4
4
+15V
U26
5
1
+
6
R95
13
-
L_SIDE_AMP
2.21K
1%
1%
8
RELAY
GND
R297
422
8200PF R202
BAV99
+5VD
A
C227
D19
R38
[12/A7]
+15V +5VD
+15V
+15V
4
[12/C2]
CHANGED U25 PER ECO 040526-00
7
8200PF R296
R_SIDE_DACOUT
CHANGED R37-40, R94-95 PER
-15V
+15V
14
S
16
IN
VEE
5
+15V +5VD
7
4
1200PF
B
VCC
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
8
5
4
13
4
U25
5
D
C
C247
R226
16
6
47/25
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
GND
C291
[6/C2,6/A8]
825
1%
3
[12/B7]
+15V
19
1.21K
1%
L_SIDE_DACOUT
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
1%
21
R175
[12/D2]
2
MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/
MAIN_DIRECT_SEL/
[10/C4,11/D3,14/D7,14/C3]
[10/C4,11/C5,14/D6]
22K
R94
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
CW
6/16/04
MAG
6/21/04
4.32K
24
-15V
C71
1
ECO 040408-00
22
27
ADG451
VDD
+15V +5VD
+15V
LEFT_SIDE_IN_LVL
[6/D2,6/B8]
4
12
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
4/27/04
CBV
4/28/04
RWH
6/14/04
CBV
6/14/04
DESCRIPTION
-15V
1.21K
1%
26
+15V +5VD
VCC
68.1
17
28
NE5532A
1
-
1200PF
R172
18
15
BGND
68.1
REV
0dBFS=7.2Vrms
-15V
R225
VD+
3
330/6.3
AK4395
2
+15V
+11.2dB
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
6
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 12
SHEET
1
12 OF 17
6-21-2004_14:23
+5VD
0dBFS=1.98Vrms
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
LEFT & RIGHT REAR D/A CONVERSION
+5VD
0dBFS=1.98Vrms
+5VA +5VR
C238
R220
316
1%
FB16
D
C285
C281
C278
4.7
4.7
330/6.3
C284
C280
.1/25
R163
[15/C3]
[10/D7,11/D7,12/D7,14/B3]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,15/B3,15/D5]
[15/C3,15/D5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,15/C3,15/C5]
[14/B3]
REAR_DAC_MCKI
3
MAIN_DAC_RST/
4
MAIN_FS64/
5
MAIN_I2S_OUT4
6
MAIN_FS/
7
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_3
8
9
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,14/B5,15/A5,15/C5]
ADA_SCLK
10
ADA_SDATA_OUT
11
12
C
13
14
1
VD+
VA+
MCLK
VREFH
PD
AOUTL+
BICK
AOUTLDZFR
SDATA
CAD1
LRCK
CS
DZFL
CAD0
P/S
CCLK
VCOM
CDTI
AOUTR+
DIF0
AOUTR-
DIF1
AGND
DIF2
VREFL
DGND
BGND
2
1%
C195
316
1%
.1/25
NE5532A
U45
4
13
68.1
1%
R161
R160
22K
1200PF
17
22
3
2
NC
2
L_REAR_DACOUT
[13/B7]
3
GND
U24
5
4
13
8
MC33078
+
U34
4
R138
-15V
1.50K
1%
R137
57.6K
1%
24
4
-15V
ADG451
VDD
6
S
8
IN
VEE
C153
R136 18PF
NC
12
VCC
1
-
5
+15V +5VD
27
25
D
-15V
23
[9/D5]
ADG451
VDD
4
+15V
LEFT_REAR_IN_LVL
2
12
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
C194
1.21K
1%
26
+15V +5VD
1
-
R162
18
28
1
8
+
1200PF
330/6.3
REV
0dBFS=7.2Vrms
-15V
C239
AK4395
2
3
68.1
330/6.3 R164
1.15K
1%
C240
8200PF
R221
C279
.1/25
+15V
+11.2dB
D
6
7
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
CHANGED R33-36, R92-93 PER ECO 040408-00
4/27/04
CBV
CHANGED R102-105 PER ECO 040421-00
4/28/04
RWH
CHANGED U24 PER ECO 040526-00
6/14/04
CBV
6/14/04
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
CW
6/16/04
MAG
6/21/04
D
GND
U24
5
4.32K
1%
21
REAR_DACOUT_SEL/
REAR_DIRECT_SEL/
[14/C7,14/B3]
[14/C6]
20
+15V
19
C
C283
C241
R222
16
4.7
15
316
1%
C282
U59
R168
68.1
330/6.3 R169
1.15K
1%
C242
8200PF
.1/25
1%
8
5
+
NE5532A
6
-
U45
C199
7
4
1200PF
+15V +5VD
13
-15V
R223
C243
R167
316
1%
330/6.3
68.1
1200PF
R166
ADG451
VDD
14
S
16
IN
VEE
C198
1%
12
VCC
D
R_REAR_DACOUT
15
[13/A7]
GND
4
U24
5
22K
R165
-15V
1.21K
1%
+15V +5VD
+15V
RIGHT_REAR_IN_LVL
[9/C5]
5
6
13
8
+
MC33078
-
U34
B
C156
R141
-15V
R139 18PF
4
1.50K
1%
R140
57.6K
1%
-15V
ADG451
VDD
11
S
9
IN
VEE
7
4
12
VCC
D
10
GND
U24
5
B
4.32K
1%
+15V
R104
R92
825
1%
C69
+15V
+15V +5VD
47/25
13
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
12
ADG451
VDD
D
R105
D17
R34
BAV99
825
1%
5
10
R_REAR_DACOUT
C70
-15V
825
1%
47/25
+15V +5VD
VCC
A
[10/A6,11/A6,12/A7,14/C3]
6
S
8
IN
VEE
MAIN_MUTE/
4
[10/A5,11/A7,12/A7]
R_REAR_AMP
*
U17
-15V
R33
8
100
1/4W
11
[15/B8]
R102
0dBFS=7Vrms
J4
FB7
1
RCA
C7
LEFT REAR OUT
3
150PF
9
D18
R35
BAV99
825
1%
12
ADG451
VDD
D
-15V
16
+
+15V
3
-
7
RY4
2
8
+
J4
TL072
R36
U17
100
1/4W
1
4
GND
5
1
FB8
2
RCA
C8
150PF
U26
-15V
-15V
MAIN_RLY_CNTL
[15/B8]
0
13
R93
13
56
TL072
4
4
+15V
U26
5
*
7
+
6
R103
0
8
-
RELAY
+5VD
[13/C2]
6
-15V
GND
L_REAR_AMP
56
RIGHT REAR OUT
CONTRACT
NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
L/R REAR DACS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
exicon
3
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
6
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 13
SHEET
1
13 OF 17
6-21-2004_14:23
[13/D2]
L_REAR_DACOUT
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD
XC9572XL
VCCIO1
VCCIO2
VCCIO3
VCCIO4
14
U53
7
74VHC04
2
MAIN_DIRECT_SEL/
[10/C4,11/C5,12/C5]
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
U53
[8/D4,14/C3]
3
REC_DACOUT_SEL/
4
REC_DIRECT_SEL/
[8/D4]
74VHC04
2
7
19
24
34
43
46
73
80
NC__0
NC__1
NC__2
NC__3
NC__4
NC__5
NC__6
NC__7
NC__8
C
5
ZONE_DACOUT_SEL/
6
ZONE_DIRECT_SEL/
[9/C4]
74VHC04
O__3_0
O__3_1
O__3_2
O__3_3
O__3_4
O__3_5
O__3_6
O__3_7
U53
[13/C5,14/B3]
REAR_DACOUT_SEL/
11
10
REAR_DIRECT_SEL/
O__1_0
O__1_1
O__1_2
O__1_3
O__1_4
O__1_5
O__1_6
O__1_7
O__2_0
O__2_1
O__2_2
O__2_3
O__2_4
O__2_5
O__2_6
O__2_7
U53
[9/C4,14/C3]
[13/C5]
74VHC04
O__4_0
O__4_1
O__4_2
O__4_3
O__4_4
O__4_5
O__4_6
O__4_7
+3.3VD
R122
4.7K
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C5]
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/A5,15/C5]
[15/C5]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,15/C5]
B
S1
U76
[16/A3]
HEADP_PRES
11
U76
10
13
74LCX14
[15/C5]
[15/A2]
[15/A2]
[15/A2]
TUN_TUNED
TUN_STEREO
TUN_SDATA_OUT
94
95
96
97
TDI
TCK
TMS
45
48
47
JTAG PROGRAMMING PORT
R123
+5VD
4.7K
J16
RED
BLK
VCC
GND
YEL
TCK
VIO
WHT
TDO
TDI
GRN
TMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4.7K
RESET
12
74LCX14
R121
22
23
27
3
4
99
ADA_SCLK
ADA_SDATA_OUT
ADA_LATCH
ADA_VC_SEL/
NC
TCK
100
84
75
69
62
44
31
21
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
I/O_GCK1
I/O_GCK2
I/O_GCK3
I/O_GTS1
I/O_GTS2
I/O_GSR
I_0
I_1
I_2
I_3
TDI
TCK
TMS
GND8
GND7
GND6
GND5
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
O__5_0
O__5_1
O__5_2
O__5_3
O__5_4
O__5_5
O__5_6
O__5_7
O__6_0
O__6_1
O__6_2
O__6_3
O__6_4
O__6_5
O__6_6
O__6_7
O__7_0
O__7_1
O__7_2
O__7_3
O__7_4
O__7_5
TDO
5
57
98
1
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
MAIN_ANLG_SEL0
MAIN_ANLG_SEL1
MAIN_ANLG_SEL2
MAIN_ANLG_EN
MAIN_PHONO_SEL/
MAIN_TUNER_SEL/
MAIN_PHONO75_SEL/
MAIN_MIC_SEL/
14
15
16
17
18
20
25
28
REC_ANLG_SEL0
REC_ANLG_SEL1
REC_ANLG_SEL2
REC_ANLG_EN
REC_PHONO_SEL/
REC_TUNER_SEL/
REC_AD_DAC_SEL/
REC_AMP_SEL/
29
30
32
33
35
36
37
39
ZONE_ANLG_SEL0
ZONE_ANLG_SEL1
ZONE_ANLG_SEL2
ZONE_ANLG_EN
ZONE_PHONO_SEL/
ZONE_TUNER_SEL/
ZONE_AMP_SEL/
REAR_AMP_SEL/
40
41
42
49
50
52
53
54
HEADP_FRONT_SEL/
HEADP_REC_SEL/
HEADP_ZONE_SEL/
ANLG_4_5_DIR_SEL/
ANLG_7_8_DIR_SEL/
REC_AD_PHO75_SEL/
SIDE_MIC_SEL/
MAIN_MUTE/
55
56
58
59
60
61
63
64
MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/
REC_DACOUT_SEL/
ZONE_DACOUT_SEL/
MAIN_MUTE_RLY/
HEADP_MUTE_RLY/
REAR_DACOUT_SEL/
REC_AD_MIC_SEL/
MAIN_DAC_RST/
65
66
67
68
70
71
72
74
REC_DAC_RST/
ZONE_MUTE_RLY/
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_0
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_1
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_2
MAIN_DAC_LATCH_3
REC_DAC_LATCH
76
77
78 NC
79
81 NC
82
85
86
VC_MUTE/
MAIN_VC_ZCEN
87
89
90
91
MAIN_ADC_192K_EN
REC_ADC_RST/
REC_ADC_96K_EN
REC_ADC_192K_EN
[1/C5,2/C5]
[1/C5,2/C5]
[1/C5,2/C5]
[1/C5,2/C5]
[3/B5]
[3/B5]
[7/C8]
[15/A8]
[1/B5,2/B5]
[1/B5,2/B5]
[1/B5,2/B5]
[1/B5,2/B5]
[3/A5]
[3/A5]
[15/A8]
[15/A8]
C
[16/A8]
[16/A8]
[16/A8]
[1/A5,2/A5]
[1/A5,2/A5]
[7/C8]
[6/C8]
[10/A6,11/A6,12/A7,13/A6]
[10/C4,11/D3,12/D4,14/D7]
[8/D4,14/C7]
[9/C4,14/C7]
[10/A7]
[16/A8]
[13/C5,14/C7]
[7/C8]
[10/D7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7]
SPARES
U53
9
NC
U53
13
NC
12
74VHC04
S2
92
93
REC_VC_ZCEN
[8/B7]
ZONE_VC_ZCEN
MAIN_ADC_RST/
MAIN_ADC_96K_EN
R200
R201
56
56
B
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7]
[4/C5,5/C5,6/C4,7/A7,9/C7]
[9/B7]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4]
[4/A4,5/B4,6/A4]
[4/A4,5/B4,6/A4]
[7/A2]
[7/A2]
[7/A2]
ADA_SDATA_IN
TUN_SCLK
[15/C6]
[15/A5]
83
U39
NC
TDO
TDI
TDO
NC
TMS
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
CONTROL REGISTERS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
7
8
74VHC04
[8/D7]
[8/A7]
[10/C7]
[11/C7]
[12/C7]
[13/C7]
[8/C7]
APPROVALS
DRAWN
8
D
[1/D5,2/D5]
[1/D5,2/D5]
[1/D5,2/D5]
[1/D5,2/D5]
[3/C5]
[3/C5]
[4/C8]
[4/C8]
*
A
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 14
SHEET
1
14 OF 17
10-7-2003_14:56
1
MAIN_DACOUT_SEL/
VCCINT1
VCCINT2
VCCINT3
O__0_0
O__0_1
O__0_2
O__0_3
O__0_4
O__0_5
O__0_6
O__0_7
+3.3VD
[10/C4,11/D3,12/D4,14/C3]
1
+3.3VD
D
26
38
51
88
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
6
5
4
U91
R294
FB23
FB20
2.74K
1%
[10/B2]
R_FRONT_AMP
J17
R206
2.74K
1%
[12/B2]
[4/A4,15/B5]
[5/A4,15/B5]
[6/A4,15/A5]
1
2
3
4
5
6
R_SIDE_AMP
R207
2.74K
1%
[11/B2]
CENTER_AMP
[7/A2,15/A5]
J27
1
2
3
4
5
6
FB37
2.74K
1%
AMP_3_OUT
FB36
R422
[15/A2]
[15/A2]
[15/B4]
TUN_RDS_DAT
TUN_RDS_CLK
FB35
FB38
2.74K
1%
C
MAIN_I2S_IN4
FB34
R421
[15/B4]
MAIN_I2S_IN1
MAIN_I2S_IN2
MAIN_I2S_IN3
[14/B3]
ADA_SDATA_IN
AMP_7_OUT
J21
R399
1
2
3
4
5
6
2.74K
1%
R398
E1
2.74K
1%
R397
U95
74LVC1G04
REC_ADC_MCKI/
[10/C7,15/C3]
[11/C7,15/C3]
[12/C7,15/C3]
[13/C7,15/C3]
74LCX14
74LVC1G04
R408
4
[8/D7,15/B3]
MAIN_FS64/
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
REC_ADC_FS64/
4
D
GND
+15V +5VD
U16
5
-15V
[13/B2]
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
R_REAR_AMP
+15V +5VD
13
[8/B3,16/B8]
L_REC_AMP
LEFT & RIGHT REC
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
4
4
12
D
U14
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
R_REC_AMP
+15V +5VD
[9/B3,16/C8]
L_ZONE_AMP
LEFT & RIGHT ZONE
A
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
4
D
[14/C3]
[14/C3]
[14/C3]
VDD
D
15
MAIN_FS/
REC_ADC_FS/
REC_DAC_FS/
3
R308
4
[15/A5]
ADA_SDATA_OUT
R404
CSUB_DAC_MCKI
[11/D7]
1%
R307
6
SIDE_DAC_MCKI
[12/D7]
68.1
1%
R306
8
74LCX14
REAR_DAC_MCKI
[13/D7]
68.1
1%
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/A5]
ADA_SCLK
ADA_LATCH
ADA_VC_SEL/
RESET
[10/D7]
68.1
U76
9
ADA_TUN_CE/
FRONT_DAC_MCKI
68.1
74LCX14
C
[4/D5,5/D5,6/D4,7/B7,8/B6,9/B6,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5]
[14/B5]
[4/D5,5/D5,6/C4,7/A7,8/B7,9/C7,9/B7,14/B5]
[14/B5]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
8200PF R403
120
R402
422
AMP_7_OUT
MAIN_I2S_OUT1
MAIN_I2S_OUT2
MAIN_I2S_OUT3
MAIN_I2S_OUT4
REC_DAC_I2S_OUT
MAIN_FS/
REC_DAC_FS/
REC_ADC_FS/
MAIN_FS64/
REC_DAC_FS64/
REC_ADC_FS64/
MAIN_FS256_BUF
REC_DAC_MCKI/
REC_ADC_MCKI/
[10/C7,15/D5]
[11/C7,15/D5]
[12/C7,15/D5]
[13/C7,15/D5]
[8/D7,15/D5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C5]
[8/C7,15/C5]
[7/A2,15/C5]
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/D5]
[8/D7,15/C5]
[7/A2,15/D5]
[8/D7,15/D4]
[7/A2,15/D4]
* J20
[15/C8]
2.21K
1%
1%
0
*
GND
U16
5
3
2
12
C471
8
+
D
TL072
1
-
U90
-15V
DG411
VDD
+15V
2.21K
+15V 1%
R391
0
15
*
GND
R417
8200PF R418
120
422
R420
AMP_3_OUT
-15V
R392
2.21K
1%
[4/A4,15/D6]
[5/A4,15/D6]
[6/A4,15/D6]
[7/A2,15/C6]
1
2
3
4
MAIN_I2S_IN1
MAIN_I2S_IN2
MAIN_I2S_IN3
MAIN_I2S_IN4
J22
U14
5
[15/C8]
2.21K
1%
1%
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
+12V
CONNECTOR FROM
AUX PHONO BOARD
U14
B
SPARES
+15V
MIC_OUT1
MIC1_RET
MIC_OUT2
MIC2_RET
RIAA_L
RIAA_LRET
RIAA_R
RIAA_RRET
75US_L
75US_LRET
75US_R
75US_RRET
[3/B8]
[3/B8]
[3/B8]
[3/B8]
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/C8]
[3/C8]
[3/C8]
[3/C8]
NC
8
5
+
TL072
6
-
U93
7
4
-15V
U91
J23
+5VD
U96
[15/C5]
ADA_TUN_CE/
9
12
DG411
VDD
D
5
U14
R390
[14/A3]
100K
ADA_SDATA_OUT
TUN_SCLK
11
13
10
U96
R412
6
U96
[4/D5,8/C7,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,14/B5,15/C5]
10
GND
5
8
74VHCT14
+15V +5VD
4
74VHCT14
U96
3
74VHCT14
U96
U96
12
1
1.2K
R411
4
74VHCT14
74VHCT14
7
74LCX14
U76
5
1.2K
R410
2
74VHCT14
FB33
11
10
NC
U91
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
6
5
4
FB28
FB29
TUN_TUNED
TUN_STEREO
TUNER_L
TUNER_RET
TUNER_R
FB30
TUN_SDATA_OUT
FB31
FB32
TUN_RDS_CLK
TUN_RDS_DAT
1.2K
J24
-15V
8
R309
74LCX14
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/C7,12/C7,13/C7,15/C3]
[7/A2,15/C3]
[8/C7,15/C3]
-15V
7
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
REAR_AMP_SEL/
REC_AMP_SEL/
ZONE_AMP_SEL/
CHANGED R391, 405 PER ECO 040421-00
74LCX14
13
R_ZONE_AMP
U76
R405
GND
5
5
DG411
VDD
-15V
[9/B3,16/B8]
4
12
U93
CHANGED PER DCR 031125-00
-15V R407
DG411
+15V +5VD
13
13
12
4
GND
5
1
4
-15V
2
-15V
[8/B3,16/B8]
R406
DG411
VDD
-
4
[6/A4]
D
100K
13
B
+
2
TL072
SIDE_ADC_MCKI
1%
U76
[8/D7,15/B3]
C475
8
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
ECM
1/30/04
MAG
2/2/04
CW
4/29/04
KAB
5/2/04
1%
INPUT SEL AMP 7 AND 3
2
3
[5/A4]
68.1
2
1
[8/D7,15/C3]
[7/A2,15/B3]
REC_DAC_FS64/
DG411
VDD
4
+3.3VD
[4/A4,5/A4,6/A4,10/C7,11/D7,12/D7,13/D7,15/B3]
14
LEFT & RIGHT REAR
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
1%
7
[13/B2]
L_REAR_AMP
CSUB_ADC_MCKI
1%
R394
74LCX14
REC_DAC_MCKI/
68.1
+15V
12
2
68.1
U91
2.74K
1%
13
R393
6
3
2
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
[4/A4]
68.1
U91
5
+3.3VD
U94
MAIN_ADC_MCKI
1
[7/A2,15/B3]
J26
+15V +5VD
2
68.1
1%
MAIN_I2S_OUT1
MAIN_I2S_OUT2
MAIN_I2S_OUT3
MAIN_I2S_OUT4
R395
1%
R409
4
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
RWH
1/14/04
CBV
1/30/04
RWH
4/27/04
CBV
4/28/04
DESCRIPTION
CONNECTOR FROM
TUNER MODULE
3
13
[14/B5]
[14/B5]
[3/A8]
[3/A8,3/A8]
[3/A8]
[14/B5]
[15/C6]
[15/C6]
12
NC
74LCX14
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
DATE
TITLE
RWH
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
MAIN - AUX - AMP CONNS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
ISSUED
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
5
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 15
SHEET
1
15 OF 17
5-4-2004_8:43
FB22
L_SIDE_AMP
74LCX14
1
MAIN_FS256/
2
U91
14
[12/B2]
68.1
7
2.74K
1%
D
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
REV
1%
5
J18
FB21
1
REVISIONS
+3.3VD
+3.3VD
3
R295
2
CLOCK BUFFERS
R396
8
74LCX14
FB24
L_FRONT_AMP
9
5
[10/B2]
MAIN_FS256/
DIGITAL CONNECTOR
FROM MAIN BOARD
3
CONNECTORS TO AMPS
3
14
7
7
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
+5VD
12V FOR TUNER MODULE
+5VA
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
+15V
+5VD
+12V
W1
D36
+5VD SOURCE
+12V
CASE=VOUT
+5V
3
2.5TURN
100/25
C448
150PF
C449
VIN
C450
2
VOUT
LM317M
150PF
R401
ADJ
1
U92
+15V SOURCE
J19
FB26
+5
+15
GND
-15
.1/25
C474
C473
10/16
2.55K
1%
+15V
D
C457
.1/25
301
1%
R400
FROM POWER SUPPLY
1
2
3
4
1N4002
+5VD
FB25
D
+5VA
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
+15V
2.5TURN
100/25
C451
150PF
C452
C453
+5VD
150PF
-5VA REGULATOR
+3.3VD
D35
D31
1N4002
GND
+3.3VD
-15V SOURCE
1N4002
1N4002
U73
.1/25
GND
1
D34
1
C454
100/25
C456
150PF
FB27 C455
150PF
C
LM3940
VIN
VOUT
TERM
3
U85
2
C459
C458
33/10
10/10
C394
VIN
VOUT
CASE=VIN
GND
4
2.5TURN
2
3
C393
10/10
7905
D30
C
1N4002
-15V
-5VA
-15V
+15V +5VD
[9/B3,15/A8]
L_ZONE_AMP
VCC
3
S
1
IN
VEE
LEFT & RIGHT ZONE
[9/B3,15/A8]
4
12
DG411
VDD
D
+15V
U38
5
13
VCC
14
S
16
IN
VEE
+15V +5VD
4
13
[8/B3,15/B8]
L_REC_AMP
B
VCC
6
S
8
IN
VEE
LEFT & RIGHT REC
[8/B3,15/A8]
4
12
D
[10/B4]
L_FRONT_HDP
6
S
8
IN
VEE
LEFT & RIGHT FRONT
[10/B4]
[14/C3]
[14/C3]
[14/C3]
4
U38
5
13
VCC
-15V
R_FRONT_HDP
HEADP_ZONE_SEL/
HEADP_REC_SEL/
HEADP_FRONT_SEL/
12
GND
D
VIN
VOUT
ADJ
1
R118
R119
U38
5
+15V
11
S
9
IN
VEE
12
6
5
DG411
U75
D
U16
13
VCC
11
S
9
IN
VEE
4
RC4556
U30
U38
12
R115
R116
4.02K
1%
1.00K
VDD
D
C146
47/25
C141
2
3
10
R117
GND
100K
U16
10/16
D29
ADJ
1
R302
102
U74
1%
R303
B
301
1%
330/6.3
TEST POINTS
51
1/4W
BAV99
R109
10K
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
+15V
-15V
+3.3VD
R106
D28
51
RELAY
1/4W
BAV99
R107
6
10K
4
J25
13
1
2
3
4
-15V
47/25
-
11
1
+
.1/25
LM317M
1%
8
8
4
5
47/25
C142
+15V
DG411
357
C395
2
VOUT
R108
47/25
GND
5
C398
2.55K
1%
C399
C145
-15V
+15V +5VD
GND
7
+
100K
-15V
7
-
R120
10
R304
VIN
C396
8
4
VDD
CASE=VOUT
3
R305
+15V
+5VD
9
RC4556
1
U30
D27
-15V
R414
100K
R413
HEADP_PRES
[14/B7]
100K
+
RY8
A
R83
HEADP_MUTE_RLY/
3.3K
CONTRACT
NO.
2N4401
exicon
Q3
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
TITLE
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
POWER SUPPLY & HEADPHONE
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
RWH
ISSUED
8
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
GND17
GND18
GND19
GND20
16
1N4002
-15V
[14/B3]
C397
2
1.00K
4.02K
1%
DG411
VDD
3
LM317M
+15V +5VD
GND
5
15
10/16
4
VCC
D
D32
.1/25
CASE=VOUT
HEADPHONE OUTPUT
+5VR
1N4002
1N4002
DG411
VDD
-15V
7
+15V +5VD
13
12
D33
DG411
VDD
-15V
R_REC_AMP
+5VR REGULATOR
+15V +5VD
GND
-15V
R_ZONE_AMP
+5VR
2
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 16
SHEET
1
16 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
13
-5VA
-15V
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
11/14/02
CBV
11/20/02
RWH
5/21/03
CBV
5/23/03
RWH
9/29/03
CBV
10/6/03
DESCRIPTION
1
CHANGED PER DCR 021107-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030407-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030729-00
+15V
+15V BYPASS CAPACITORS
D
C33
C37
C41
C45
C49
C53
C57
C61
C77
C81
C83
C85
C87
C90
C94
C99
C100
C102
C106
C108
C110
C133
C138
C143
C147
C149
C151
C154
C158
C162
C166
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C170
C180
C183
C186
C188
C191
C196
C202
C208
C214
C219
C222
C225
C232
C262
C264
C266
C268
C371
C462
C464
C466
C476
C460
C469
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
11/20/02
MAG
11/21/02
CW
5/23/03
MAG
5/23/03
CW
10/7/03
MAG
10/7/03
D
-15V BYPASS CAPACITORS
C34
C38
C42
C46
C50
C54
C58
C62
C79
C80
C82
C84
C88
C91
C95
C97
C101
C104
C105
C107
C109
C127
C129
C131
C134
C136
C139
C144
C148
C150
C152
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C155
C159
C163
C167
C171
C179
C182
C185
C190
C193
C197
C203
C209
C215
C218
C221
C224
C233
C263
C265
C267
C269
C369
C461
C463
C465
C467
C468
C477
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C
C
-15V
+/-5V ANALOG BYPASS CAPACITORS
+5VA
C348
C353
C358
C364
C377
C382
C387
C392
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C351
C356
C361
C366
C373
C378
C383
C388
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
-5VA
+5V DIGITAL BYPASS CAPACITORS
B
+5VD
C78
C92
C98
C103
C128
C130
C132
C135
C137
C140
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C169
C181
C184
C187
C189
C192
C220
C223
C226
C480
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
+3.3V DIGITAL BYPASS CAPACITORS
+3.3VD
C172
C173
C174
C175
C176
C177
C178
C237
C372
C472
C478
C479
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
A
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
7
6
5
4
3
TITLE
RWH
8/27/02
CHECKED
SCHEM,ANALOG I/O BD,RV8
BYPASS CAPACITORS
CBV
8/28/02
SIZE
Q.C.
CW
8/29/02
MAG
8/29/02
ISSUED
8
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-15579
REV
3
FILE NAME
15579-6 . 17
SHEET
1
17 OF 17
10-7-2003_11:05
B
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
S-VIDEO INPUTS
+5VV
SC1
[2/B8,3/B8,4/B8]
R69 .1/25
Q19
22
J15
C24
1
R72
R70
75.0
1%
R73
39.2K
1%
3.3K
2N3904
R64
SC1B
4
3
2
1
[2/B8,3/B8]
R60 .1/25
75.0
1%
R63
2N3904
R55
R61
SC2B
3
2
1
[2/B8,3/B8]
R51 .1/25
75.0
1%
R54
2N3904
R52
SC3B
3
2
1
39.2K
1%
SC4B
47/6
SY2
[2/C8,3/C8,4/C8]
R65
R50
C17
22
47/6
SY3
C
[2/C8,3/C8,4/C8]
R56
470K
2N3904
4
3
2
1
[2/C8,3/C8]
Q12
R39
75.0
1%
5
R44
R40
R41
C15
22
47/6
SY4
[2/C8,3/C8,4/C8]
NOTES
R47
3.3K
100K
1%
J11
C10
5
22
C21
22
470K
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
-15V
+5VV
2N3904
B
R59
3.3K
J12
R43
75.0
1%
R45
R36
R49
100K
1%
-15V
+5VV
SC5
R74
D
470K
Q14
R48
75.0
1%
5
R53
R42 .1/25
3.3K
[2/A8,3/A8,4/B8]
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
2N3904
4
[2/B8,3/B8]
C14
Q13
22
3
[2/C8,3/C8,4/C8]
-15V
+5VV
4
R46
47/6
3.3K
100K
1%
-15V
+5VV
SC4
R58
J13
39.2K
1%
3.3K
[2/B8,3/B8,4/B8]
SY1
470K
Q16
R57
75.0
1%
5
R62
C16
Q15
22
22
R67
C25
-15V
+5VV
3
SC3
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
2N3904
4
-15V
+5VV
[2/B8,3/B8,4/B8]
R68
3.3K
100K
1%
J14
39.2K
1%
3.3K
C
Q18
R66
75.0
1%
5
R71
C20
Q17
22
2
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
-15V
+5VV
2
SC2
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
2N3904
-15V
+5VV
[2/B8,3/B8,4/B8]
1
+5VV
2N3904
D
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
R32 .1/25
Q11
75.0
1%
R35
R33
39.2K
1%
3.3K
SC5B
4
3
2
1
[2/B8,3/B8]
5
R34
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V.
2N3904
4
Q10
R29
75.0
1%
R31
22
R30
C11
SY5
47/6
100K
1%
POWER
GROUND
6 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C183, D11, E3, FB11, J20, L7,
B
Q26, R255, RP1, RY6, U42, Y1.
470K
7 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
-15V
CHASSIS
GROUND
5 [XX/XX] DENOTES [SHEET NUMBER/SECTOR]
[2/C8,3/C8,4/C8]
R37
3.3K
ANALOG
GROUND
DIGITAL
GROUND
-15V
*
ARE NOT INSTALLED.
Notation:
CVID: composite video
SVID: s-video
PVID: component video
COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUTS
COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUTS
+5VV
A
-15V
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DOCUMENT CONTROL BLOCK: #060-15589
SHEET REVISION TITLE
1 OF 10
3
S-VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE IN/OUT
2 OF 10
MAIN
3
3
3 OF 10
ZONE 2
3
4 OF 10
ZONE 3
3
VIDEO CONVERSION
5 OF 10
3
COMPONENT VIDEO
6 OF 10
3
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
7 OF 10
3
SYNC STRIPPER
8 OF 10
CPLD CONTROL REGISTERS, PLL
3
9 OF 10
10 OF 10
3
POWER, INTERFACE CONNS
VIDEO OUTPUT BOARD CONNECTOR
47/6
C130
CVID5
47/6
C131
CVID4
47/6
C132
CVID3
47/6
C133
CVID2
47/6
C134
CVID1
R223
R222
R221
R220
R219
470K
470K
470K
470K
470K
[2/D8,3/D8,4/D8]
[3/A3]
[2/D8,3/D8,4/D8]
[3/A3]
CVID_REC2
CVID_REC1
[2/D8,3/D8,4/D8]
[2/D8,3/D8,4/D8]
[2/D8,3/D8,4/D8]
[2/A3]
[2/B3]
CVID_MAIN2
CVID_MAIN1
J19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
© 2003 HSG
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
J16
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
S-VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE IN/OUT
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
3
060-15589
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 1
SHEET
1
1
OF 10
10-16-2003_16:26
VIDEO INPUT BOARD CONNECTOR
8
7
6
5
4
+5VV
+3.3VD
74HC4051
16
[1/A6,3/D8,4/D8]
[1/A6,3/D8,4/D8]
[1/A6,3/D8,4/D8]
D
[1/A6]
[1/A6]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
CVID4
CVID2
NC
CVID1
NC
CVID3
CVID5
MVID_SEL0
MVID_SEL1
MVID_SEL2
MCVID_EN/
13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
R204
475
1%
VCC
OSD_Y_IN
[5/C8,7/D8]
OUT/IN
+5VV +5VV
INH
VSS
7
[9/B3]
C129
U20
10/16
-
4
[1/D3,3/C8,4/C8]
[1/C3]
[1/B3]
SY1
SY3
SY5
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
11.0K
1%
750
R208
R207
750
6
-5VV
OSD_C_OUT
4
5
36K
1%
2N3906
+5VV
3
OUT/IN
R16
A0
VEE
1
6
2
SHDN
2N3904
INH
VSS
FB
A0
VEE
1
6
U21
.1/25
[1/C5,3/C8]
[1/C5,3/B8]
[1/D5,3/B8]
[1/C5]
[1/B5]
SC1B
SC3B
SC5B
NC 13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
74HC4051
2
Q4
[1/C7]
[1/B7]
SC1
SC3
SC5
[5/B8]
75.0
1%
.1/25
J4
SC_MAIN1
4
3
2
1
R18
5
9.09K
1%
OSD
MAIN
S-VIDEO
OUT
R194
C
R195
SY_MAIN2
75.0
1%
U27
R197
+
8 AD8072
1
-
U27
R198
C6
75.0
1%
.1/25
J3
SC_MAIN2
3
2
1
R199 -5VV
5
9.09K
1%
R10
.1/25
4
R12
2N3906
+5VV
C5
R11
4.75K
1K
1%
475
1%
MAINMORPH2
BYPASS
C7
INH
VSS
VEE
7
R13
Q6
2N3904
2N3904
.1/25
11.0K
1%
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
1.00K
1%
U23
MORPHEN/
[9/B3]
[7/C2]
OSD_Y+C_OUT
1%
R211 1.15K
74HC4051
+15V
MC
C127
3
OUT/IN
5
5
1000PF
6
R203
+
R212
+5VV
2
SHDN
3
VCC
4
R239
1K
OUT
B
8
FB
A0
VEE
7
1
6
301
R218
CVID_MAIN1
[1/A4]
75.0
1%
R215
Q26
R216
15K
IN1
R217
U28
MAX4310
IN0
+5VV +5VV
8 LT1229
7
OSD
U38
MAIN
COMPOSITE VIDEO
OUT
-5VV
301
1%
1%
100K
R238
-15V R200
R201
8
4
1%
1.15K
VCC
INH
VSS
+5VV
R9
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
C8
U15
+5VV
4
16
[1/D7,3/B8,4/B8]
R142
3
+3.3VD
13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
D
15K
3
11.0K
1%
-5VV
SC4
SC2
8
8 AD8072
7
-
475
1%
+5VV
R8
VCC
8
[1/C7,3/B8,4/B8]
[1/C7,3/B8,4/B8]
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
R196 -5VV
Q5
B
+
4
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
3
MORPHEN1/
[9/C3]
OUT/IN
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
R141
15K
5
6
+5VV
SC4B
SC2B
2
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
15K
+5VV
11.0K
1%
2N3904
SC_MAIN1_D
MAX4310
MAINMORPH1
+3.3VD
16
3
VCC
7
1.00K
1%
VEE
-5VV
+5VV
IN1
R15
7
8
R19
Q9
SY_MAIN1
U16
OUT
C9
Q8
R145
-5VV
1K
1%
8
IN0
R17
4.75K
11
A
10
B
9
C
C
FB
7
+5VV
Q7
1%
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
75.0
1%
R14
-15V R205
VCC
OUT
IN1
4.7K
U28
[7/C2]
1
15K
IN0
R147
8.25K
1%
+5VV
R144
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
2N3906
R137
+5VV
REV
[5/C8]
MSTHRU/
8 LT1229
3
+
1
2
74HC4051
16
3
VCC
SY_MAIN1_D
MAX4310
-5VV
3.3K
+15V
MY
VEE
2
SHDN
R138
100K
+3.3VD
SY4
SY2
Q24
1K
R206
-5VV
[1/C3,3/C8,4/C8]
[1/C3,3/C8,4/C8]
4
R139
8
NC 13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
[7/C2]
OSD_SY_OUT
5
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
[8/C8]
1
REVISIONS
+5VV
BPCOR
[8/A5]
3
VIDR
2
3
750
1%
VEE
7
3.3K
[9/C3]
750
R202
2N3906
MTHRU/
R237
1%
8.25K
1%
36K
U22
R214
10K
-5VV
+5VV
R127
-5VV
R117
BYPASS
15K
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
MSVID_SEL0
MSVID_SEL1
MSVID_SEL2
OSD_C_IN
1.15K
1% R126
3
+
1.15K
1%
2
-
[5/C8,7/C8]
8 AD8072
1
4
U5
R116
CVID_MAIN2
75.0
1%
750
750
1%
1%
8
7
6
5
4
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
R124 -5VV
R125
[1/A4]
3
2
DATE
TITLE
8/9/02
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
MAIN
8/28/02
SIZE
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 2
SHEET
1
2
OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
+3.3VD
74HC4051
16
[1/A6,2/D8,4/D8]
[1/A6,2/D8,4/D8]
[1/A6,2/D8,4/D8]
D
[1/A6]
[1/A6]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
CVID4
CVID2
NC
CVID1
NC
CVID3
CVID5
RECVID_SEL0
RECVID_SEL1
RECVID_SEL2
RECCVID_EN/
13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
REV
VCC
3
2Y
+5VV
4
C79
3
47/16
2
R168
VEE
8 AD8072
+
1
4
100K
U10
7
8
[1/D3,2/C8,4/C8]
[1/C3]
[1/B3]
SY4
SY2
SY1
SY3
SY5
NC 13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
6
R111
1%
R164
36K
1%
3.3K
[1/D5,2/B8]
[1/C5]
[1/B5]
SC1B
SC3B
SC5B
3
R109
FB
A0
VEE
7
1
6
10K
5
VEE
7
8
R149
U17
75.0
1%
R148
6.8K
R119
6.8K
-5VV
+5VV
+5VV
6
U11
74HC4051
8 LT1229
+
7
4
11.0K
1%
Q1
R5
R4
4.75K
1K
R118
C4
75.0
1%
.1/25
J2
SC_REC1
.1/25
Q2
R120
C1
2N3904
C
R156
75.0
1%
.1/25
475
1%
R121
J1
SC_REC2
4
3
2
1
SYREC2
R3
9.09K
5
1%
6.8K
ZONE2
S-VIDEO
OUT
.1/25
R6
Q3
2N3904
SYREC1
5
1%
C3
C2
1
9.09K
3
OUT/IN
3
2
R7
RECMORPH
1%
4
U18
-5VV
2N3906
+5VV
VCC
11.0K
1%
R1
1.00K
1%
INH
VSS
VEE
7
8
B
OUT
D
R146
8.25K
1%
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
75.0
1%
2N3906
R2
[1/C5,2/C8]
[1/C5,2/B8]
3
R151
MAX4310
RECSVID_YOFF
OUT/IN
16
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
R110
[9/C3]
INH
VSS
2
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
IN1
+5VV
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
3
VCC
Q25
1K
R169
750
-5VV
+3.3VD
NC 13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
2
SHDN
6.8K
-5VV
750
VCC
8
SC4B
SC2B
+5VV
+5VV +5VV
11
A
10
B
9
C
C
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
IN0
U19
R163
74HC4051
16
5
SYREC
-5VV
-5VV
+3.3VD
[1/C3,2/C8,4/C8]
[1/C3,2/C8,4/C8]
+5VV
OUT/IN
INH
VSS
1
R150
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
U13
B
-5VV
+3.3VD
74HC4051
[1/C7,2/B8,4/B8]
[1/C7,2/B8,4/B8]
[1/D7,2/B8,4/B8]
[1/C7]
[1/B7]
SC4
SC2
SC1
SC3
SC5
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
2C
VCC
+5VV
C77
3
OUT/IN
.1/25
R167
+
6
-
8 AD8072
7
4
100K
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
5
R153
SCREC
15K
U19
R160
R159
INH
VSS
750
VEE
7
1%
R161
U12
1.15K
1%
R166
750
36K
1%
3
+
2
-
R158
[1/A4]
ZONE2
COMPOSITE VIDEO
OUT
U18
R155
-5VV
RECSVID_SEL0
RECSVID_SEL1
RECSVID_SEL2
CVID_REC1
75.0
1%
8 LT1229
1
4
-5VV
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
+5VV
R162
8
A
R152
1.15K
1%
-5VV
R157
75.0
1%
750
R154
1%
750
CVID_REC2
[1/A4]
CONTRACT
NO.
15K
exicon
1%
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
ZONE 2
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 3
SHEET
1
3
OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
16
13
14
15
NC 12
1
NC 5
2
4
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD
D
74HC4051
16
[1/A6,2/D8,3/D8]
[1/A6,2/D8,3/D8]
[1/A6,2/D8,3/D8]
[1/A6]
[1/A6]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
CVID4
CVID2
NC
CVID1
NC
CVID3
CVID5
Z2VID_SEL0
Z2VID_SEL1
Z2VID_SEL2
13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
3Y
VCC
47/16
R135
3
+
2
-
6
8 AD8072
1
4
100K
11
A
10
B
9
C
Z2CVID_EN/
1
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
+5VV
C47
3
OUT/IN
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
D
SYZON2
U6
-5VV
R130
INH
VSS
750
R165
VEE
7
8
750
U7
1%
1%
R131
36K
-5VV
+3.3VD
74HC4051
16
NC
C
[1/C3,2/C8,3/C8]
[1/C3,2/C8,3/C8]
[1/D3,2/C8,3/C8]
[1/C3]
[1/B3]
SY4
SY2
NC
SY1
NC
SY3
SY5
13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
VCC
C
R129
3
OUT/IN
R128
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
1.15K
1%
INH
VSS
+5VV
8 AD8072
5
+
7
6
-
4
VEE
7
8
R114
1.15K
1%
U5
15K
R115
CVID_ZON2
[10/A6]
75.0
1%
ZONE3
COMPOSITE VIDEO
OUT
-5VV
U8
R123
750
-5VV
R122
1%
750
1%
+3.3VD
74HC4051
16
B
[1/C7,2/B8,3/B8]
[1/C7,2/B8,3/B8]
[1/D7,2/B8,3/B8]
[1/C7]
[1/B7]
SC4
SC2
NC
SC1
NC
SC3
SC5
13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
3C
VCC
3
OUT/IN
+5VV
C45
8 AD8072
5
+
7
6
.1/25
R134
4
100K
11
A
10
B
9
C
6
-
B
SCZON2
U6
-5VV
R132
INH
VSS
8
750
VEE
7
R38
750
U9
1%
1%
R133
36K
-5VV
Z2SVID_SEL0
Z2SVID_SEL1
Z2SVID_SEL2
A
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
ZONE 3
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 4
SHEET
1
4
OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD
+3.3VD
VIDEO DECODER
D
R230
R231
10K
10K
1
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
VIDEO ENCODER
VID_I2C_SDATA
[10/A6]
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
VID_I2C_SCLK
[10/A6]
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
D
L12
SDA_D
M11
SCL_D
[2/D5,7/D8]
OSD_Y_IN
[2/A5,7/C8]
OSD_C_IN
C156
R210
205
1%
R236
P13
110
1%
C153
205
1%
.056/50
R234
P10
AI21
110
1%
SAA-7109E
R232
1M
[2/D3]
SY_MAIN1_D
[2/D3]
SC_MAIN1_D
R235
P11
AI12
.056/50
C152
R233
P9
ITRI
IGPV
IGPH
IGP1
IGP0
ICLK
IDQ
ITRDY
AI22
.056/50
110
1%
NC
P7
NC
P6
HPD7
HPD6
HPD5
HPD4
HPD3
HPD2
HPD1
HPD0
IPD7
IPD6
IPD5
IPD4
IPD3
IPD2
IPD1
IPD0
110
1%
R140
205
1%
DECODER
C154
R143
205
1%
XTRI
XRV
XRH
XCLK
XDQ
XRDY
AI11
.056/50
R213
C
XPD7
XPD6
XPD5
XPD4
XPD3
XPD2
XPD1
XPD0
K2
K3
L1
L2
L3
M1
M2
N1
PD[7:0]
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
PD3
PD2
PD1
PD0
K1
L5
N2
M3
M4 NC
N3 NC
A13
D12
C12
B12
A12
C11
B11
A11
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
E14
D14
C14
B14
E13
D13
C13
B13
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
PLAYSPEED
XRV
R226 47
DEC_XRH
R224 47
XCLK
AI23
NC
NC
NC
NC
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
PD3
PD2
PD1
PD0
G14 NC
F13 NC
G12 NC
G13 NC
F14 NC
H12 NC
H14 NC
J14 NC
L13 NC
RTCO
K13
RTS0
L10
RTS1
AI24
M12 NC
RES_D
N14
CE
AI2D
TMS_D
TCLK_D
TRST_D
TDI_D
TDO_D
.056/50
C155
P12
AI1D
.056/50
AOUT
M10
[9/B6]
G2
SDA_E
E2
SCL_E
RP1
RP1
RP1
RP1
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
R227
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
TEST5
TEST4
TEST3
TEST2
TEST1
TEST0
AOUT
M5
M6
N4
N6
N5
NC
NC
J2
J1
J3
C10
B10
H13
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C1
C2
B1
B2
A2
B4
B3
A3
F3
H1
H2
H3
PD11
PD10
PD9
PD8
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
PD3
PD2
PD1
PD0
DAC_PR
DAC_Y
DAC_PB
C8
R-CR-C
C7
G-VBS-CVBS
C6
B-CB-CVBS
DEC_HS/
DEC_VS/
C
SAA-7109E
ENCODER
HSIO
VSIO
FSIO
CBO/
E3
HSVGC
F1
VSVGC
G1
FSVGC
G3
CBO
TTXRQ
C3
TTX/SRES
C4
TTXRQ/XCLKO2
RSET
A9
A7
DUMPA
B7
DUMPB
R229
1.00K
1%
R228
12
NC D3
TMS_E
NC E1
TCK_E
A4
TRST_E
NC B5
TDI_E
NC D1
TDO_E
[9/C6]
[6/D7,9/C6]
[9/B3]
[9/B3]
DEC_RES/
[6/C6]
[6/D6]
[6/C6]
D8 NC
HCSOUT
D7 NC
VSOUT
NC G4
PIXCLKO
F2
PIXCLKI
L14 NC
LLC2
M14 NC
LLC
P8
[6/D7,9/B7]
XCLK
J12 NC
AMXCLK
J13 NC
ALRCLK
K14 NC
ASCLK
K12 NC
AMCLK
B
C151
[9/C6]
ENC_RES/
D2
B
RES_E
NC A6
XTALO_E
A5
XTALI_E
ENC_27MHZ
[9/B3]
U34
NC
NC
P4 NC
XTALOUT_D
P3 NC
XTALO_D
P2
XTALI_D
U34
[10/D7]
3.3VA_D
CONTRACT
NO.
4
R225 24.576MHZ
10K
C144
.1/25
1
3.3V
IN
VDD
OUT
7
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
GND
2
8
3
6
exicon
U33
5
4
3
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
VIDEO CONVERSION
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3. 5
SHEET
1
5 OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
A
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
COMPONENT ENCODER FILTERS
REV
C38
+5VV
+5VV
120PF
2
SHDN
3
VCC
+3.3VD
[5/C3]
D
C37
C35
C65
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
R101
[6/C2,6/C5,]
[9/C6]
2.7UH
2.7UH
C39
75.0
1%
74HC00
8
U2
1N914
1K
Q20
1K
R84
1
2
74HC00
3
U2
100PF
L=sync
2N3906
R86
R107
8.25K
1%
C30
[6/D7,6/C2,6/C5]
C
Y
1
3
GRN
Y
R27
J9
PB
BLU
1
PB
R25
Y_IN2
6
750
909
1%
3.3VA_B
2.49K
1%
+5VV
2.7UH
2.7UH
C29
390PF
560PF
5
6
R95
+
-
75.0
1%
SPARES
8 AD8072
7
4
R97
CNV_PB
75.0
1%
U3
[6/D7,6/C5]
3.3VA_B
4
5
R22
R99
750
1.07K
1%
1%
74HC00
NC
6
U2
C
C26
PB_IN2
[5/C3]
1
PR
R23
2.49K
1%
L2
2.7UH
2.7UH
C32
75.0
1%
+5VV
R91
L1
DAC_PR
PR_IN2
RED
3
15K
3.3VA_B
15K
PR_IN1
RED
[6/D7,6/C2,6/C5]
120PF
R21
J5
C27
390PF
560PF
3
2
R92
75.0
1%
+
8 AD8072
1
4
R20
R94
GRN
R90
750
1.07K
1%
1%
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUTS
PY_IN13
2
GRN
RY3
RY4
RY6
PY_OUT
8
8
8
NC
6
NC
8
15K
NC
4
6
4
PY_IN_SEL
4
R28
NC
RY5
6
4
8
-5VV R93
15K
6
Y_IN3
6
NC
75.0
1%
U3
CNV_Y
2
NC
4
CNV_PR
J7
J10
3
D
R105
-5VV
INPUT 3
Y
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
U4
R102
L5
C33
R89
B
3
-5VV R96
BLU
3
15K
1
3
1
15K
PB_IN1
J8
PR
RY2
J6
1
3
L6
DAC_PB
75.0
1%
GRN
3
15K
[5/C3]
R100
1
Y_IN1
7
R98
120PF
J7
VEE
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
10K
-5VV
J10
A0
2
CNV_Y
1%
3.3K
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUTS
INPUT 2
4
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
R87
10K
C64
INPUT 1
6
CNV_Y1 8
75.0
1%
FB
1%
R85
SYNC_EN
[9/B3]
OUT
R106
8
IN1
4.32K
+5VV +5VV
R88
9
10
5
75.0
1%
560PF
NC
IN0
R103
D1
DEC_VS/
DEC_XRH
R104
C34
390PF
U2
[5/B5,9/C6]
[5/C5]
4
74HC00
11
12
13
HVSYNC/
L4
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
14
3.3VA_B
L3
DAC_Y
1
MAX4310
7
FB3
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
RY1
Y
B
3
J6
CNV_PB 11
11
J9
13
13
PB
2
3
9
PB_IN3
BLU
2
BLU
RY3
RY4
RY6
R26
9
PB_IN_SEL
9
PB_IN13
PB_OUT
13
11
15K
PB
3
J5
CNV_PR 11
11
J8
13
3
PR
3
15K
+5VR
1
+
+
-
-
1N4002
A
16
[9/C3]
P_SEL0
R113
1K
7
+5VR
1
D4
8
RED
RY1
RY2
RY5
R24
2
PR_OUT
9
9
9
PR_IN3
RED
PR_IN13
RY6
16
2N4401
+5VR
1
1
+
+
D3
1N4002
-
RY5
16
[9/B3]
P_SEL2
R112
1K
Q23
6
D2
1N4002
RY4
RY2
16
1
1
+
+
16
2N4401
[9/C3]
P_SEL1
RY3
R108
2N4401
1K
Q22
5
4
16
Q21
3
RY1
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
COMPONENT VIDEO
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 6
SHEET
1
6
OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
2
PR
13
PR_IN_SEL
13
11
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+5VV
+5VV
C123
R184
.1/25
[2/D5,5/C8]
6
4.75K
C73
R191
47/16
470K
+5VV
5
R190
1%
8
C120
R188
2.15K
.01/50
2.15K
1%
+
LF353
-
U31
8
3
+
LF353
2
-
U31
4
R189
1%
1%
R193
+5VV
100K
.1/25
C122
R182
R181
10/16
681
1%
976
1%
+3.3VD
1%
74HC405316
12
R209
475
13
+5VV
8
E3
32
35
NC 40
NC 38
SCOSD
R172
2.15K
YIN
CIN
VIN
VKIN
12
13
NC 1
NC 21
OSD_TSC5/
77
VIDEO_DATA5
OSD_SCLK5
OSD_CS5/
10
9
8
B
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
+5VV
T
R170
10K
19
25
26
27
28
43
78
+5VV
R136
10K
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
1
C166
VCC
15
Z
X
12PF
-5VV
1%
[2/D5]
[9/C3]
U40
7
-5VV
1.15K
1%
1.15K
1%
C108
OSD_Y+C_OUT
[2/B5]
C
C115
68PF
+5VV
.1/25
31
YOUT
34
COUT
37
VOUT
39
VKOUT
C107
NC
NC
CBCK
VOC
VOB
B
R
G
FSCO
POS
TSC
ADR0
ADR1
ADR2
ADR3
ADR4
ADR5
ADR6
ADR7
ADR8
ADR9
ADR10
ADR11
ADR12
ADR13
ADR14
ADR15
ADR16
ADR17
ADR18
ADR19
ADR20
SIN
SCLK
CS
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
READ
TEST
XS
EXS
XD
EXD
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
20
22
NC
NC
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
63
64
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
18
17
80
79
976
1%
681
1%
10/16
R173
2
3
5
6
7
R175
R174
3
+
2
-
8 LT1229
1
R176
1.15K
1%
U30
4
C110
100K
R177
6.8PF
750
OSD_C_OUT
C109
33PF
-5VV
82PF
A[15:0]
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
D[7:0]
[9/D3]
[9/D3]
FONT MEMORY
+5VV
+5VV
B
29F010
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
+5VV
4
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
14.31818MHZ
VDD
3
OUT
IN
1
NTSC_EN
[9/C3]
GND
4FS
U36
NC
2
+5VV
4
17.73448MHZ
65
52
23
4
36
30
29
24
VDD
E2
U26
[2/D5]
1%
C114
E1
3
C99
10PF
10UH
OUT
IN
1
PAL_EN
[9/C3]
[9/C3]
GND
U37
2
VROM_WR/
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
27
26
23
25
4
28
29
3
2
30
1
31
24
22
16
A0
VCC
A1
DQ0
A2
A3
DQ1
A4
DQ2
A5
DQ3
A6
DQ4
A7
DQ5
A8
DQ6
A9
DQ7
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
128KX8
NC1 90NS
WR
OE
CE
GND
32
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
U25
C100
15PF
A
4XFSC OSCILLATORS
CONTRACT
NO.
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
exicon
A[15:0]
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
D[7:0]
7
MSVID_YOFF
10
S
6
INH
VSS VEE
8
L7
8
OSD_SY_OUT
Y
R178
MB90092
DATA0
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
2
R179
VSS4
VSS3
VSS2
VSS1
AVSS4
AVSS3
AVSS2
AVSS1
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
1.15K
1%
U30
47PF
14 OSD_CSYNC/
HSYNC
15 OSD_VSYNC/
VSYNC
16 NC
VBLNK
EXHSYN
EXVSYN
IC
74HC4053 16
R183
-5VV
+5VV
1%
GMHSYN/
VSYNC/
8 LT1229
7
7
VCC4
VCC3
VCC2
VCC1
AVCC2
AVCC1
C106
-
+3.3VD
R180
C117
[9/C3]
76
62
42
11
33
41
1%
10/16
[9/A3]
[9/A3]
[9/A3]
SECAM_EN
H V
4.75K
6
750
R171
.1/25
+
4
12PF
Y
U40
C105
VCC
14
Z
X
5
C113
11
S
6
INH
VSS VEE
1%
[9/C3]
D
C121
2.15K
4.75K
[8/C2]
[8/C2]
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
4.75K
R186
R187
OSD_C_IN
3
2.15K
R192
1%
[2/A5,5/C8]
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
-5VV
1%
-5VV
C
2
1
7
4
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
+5VV
1%
R185
1
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3. 7
SHEET
1
7 OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
D
OSD_Y_IN
4.75K
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+5VV
D
+15V
VIN
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
D
1
VOUT
COMMON
2 3 6 7
1
1N4002
D6
78L05
8
+5VAS
D7
1N4002
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
U29
C136
C137
.1/25
10/10
SYNC STRIPPER
C182
.1/25
+5VV
15
NJM2229
[2/D5]
VIDR
2
-
8 LF353
1
C175
3
+
U41
.1/25
4
6
7
R245
C174
680K
C
VS
V+
VIDEO-IN
VSYNC-OUT
LPF
SYNCDETOUT
100PF
+5VAS
-5VV
SYNCDETOUT
CSYNC-OUT
10
30.1K
10K
AFC-IN
1%
12
11
C178
C183
1000PF
10/16
AFC-OUT
SYNC
INTEGR
8
[7/C8]
13
C
5
4
SYNC_DETECT
C176 R247
[10/A6]
HS
220PF 10K
MM-TC
VSYNC/
U42
10K
MM-INT
GND
R249
NC
14
R253
R250
74HC02
2
1
3
5
6
16
74HC02
4
GMHSYN/
[7/C8]
U42
AFC-FILT
9
VCO-FILT
VCO-OUT
2
3
1
U39
R246
R254
R255
22K
22K
22K
R244
1K
R252
C173
390
Y1
R251
330PF
-5VV
1.5K
-5VV
-5VV
503KHZ
+5VV
1000PF
C181
C179
68NF
1/50
3300PF
8
9
R243
11
12
B
74HC02
13
74HC02
U42
10
10K
B
R242 D11
U42
475 1N914
1%
NC
14
100K
C180
7
R248
C177
C172
220PF
D10
BAV99
C169
100PF
R240
+3.3VD
2.2M
+5VV
74HC4053 16
5
3
X
VCC
4
Z
Y
9
S
6
INH
VSS VEE
U40
A
8
R241
1K
6
-
8 LF353
7
5
+
U41
4
BPCOR
[2/D7]
-5VV
7
CONTRACT
NO.
-5VV
DC RESTORER
8
7
6
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
5
4
3
2
DATE
TITLE
8/9/02
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
SYNC STRIPPER
8/28/02
SIZE
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 8
SHEET
1
8 OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
NC
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
[10/A5]
[10/A5]
VIDEO_DATA
VIDEO_SCLK
92
22
OSD_CS/
VIDEO_REG/
68
OSD_CS
87
REG_CS
SDATI
SDATCLK
0xA2
, GCK1
7
0xA3
+3.3VD +3.3VD +3.3VD
+5VV
J17
RED
BLK
VCC
GND
YEL
TCK
VIO
WHT
TDO
TDI
GRN
TMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R81
R83
R82
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
15
16
XC95144XL
NC
JTAG_TCK
48
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
83
45
NC
NC
47
JTAG_TMS
0xA4
TCK
TDO
TDI
23
TMS
24
0xA5
C
[6/D7]
[5/C5]
DEC_HS/
DEC_VS/
2
19
HVSYNC/
34
PLAYSPEED
80
VIDEO_RST/
99
31
DEC_HS
DEC_VS
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
MVID_SEL0
MVID_SEL1
MVID_SEL2
MCVID_EN
MSVID_YOFF
MORPHEN1
MTHRU
HINH
RECVID_SEL0
RECVID_SEL1
RECVID_SEL2
RECCVID_EN
0xA6
RECSVID_YOFF
NTSC_EN
PAL_EN
39
SECAM_EN
32
HVSYNC
PLAYSPEED
40
[10/A5]
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
RESETN , GSR
0xA7
XCLK
7
47
X
X
48
B
C59
C58
.1/25
.1/25
VDDL
VDDV
BIAS
0xA8
55
[5/C5]
ENC_15KHZ
5
2.2K
FIN_A
V_OUT
Z2VID_SEL0
Z2VID_SEL1
Z2VID_SEL2
Z2CVID_EN
DEC_RES
ENC_RES
SYNC_EN
PLL_BYP
R80
3
23
ENC_54 , GCK2
ENC27M
47
2
9
7
NC
TEST
PFD_INH VCO_INH
GNDL
GNDV
ENC15K
VCOV
47K
12
OSDSCLK
R76
1.2K
8
10
11
77
81
79
78
82
41
58
89
R75
C55
C56
C54
.1/25
1/50
47/16
1M
[7/B3]
U35
OSD_TSC/
12
13
OSD_TSC5/
VROM_WR/
11
NC
RECVID_SEL0
RECVID_SEL1
RECVID_SEL2
RECCVID_EN/
RECSVID_YOFF
NTSC_EN
PAL_EN
SECAM_EN
93
70
71
76
37
61
60
94
P_SEL0
P_SEL1
P_SEL2
36
MORPHEN/
95
63
64
59
86
85
42
49
Z2VID_SEL0
Z2VID_SEL1
Z2VID_SEL2
Z2CVID_EN/
DEC_RES/
ENC_RES/
SYNC_EN
NC
MSVID_SEL0
MSVID_SEL1
MSVID_SEL2
MSTHRU/
RECSVID_SEL0
RECSVID_SEL1
RECSVID_SEL2
Z2SVID_SEL0
Z2SVID_SEL1
Z2SVID_SEL2
52
R79 47
ENC_27MHZ
D
[7/B8]
[7/A4]
[2/D8]
[2/D8]
[2/D8]
[2/D8]
[7/C2]
[2/C6]
[2/A5]
C
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/D8]
[3/C6]
[7/B4]
[7/A4]
[7/C6]
[6/A7]
[6/A4]
[6/A6]
[2/B6]
[4/D8]
[4/D8]
[4/D8]
[4/D8]
[5/B5]
[5/B4]
[6/C7]
B
[2/A8]
[2/A8]
[2/A8]
[2/D5]
[3/A8]
[3/A8]
[3/A8]
[4/A8]
[4/A8]
[4/A8]
[5/B4]
91
+5VV
U14
74VHCT08
OSD_SCLK5
3
7
1
2
ENCODER CLOCK PLL
OSD_CS/
[7/B8]
U35
9
10
CONTRACT
NO.
74VHCT08
8
OSD_CS5/
VIDEO_DATA
4
5
74VHCT08
VIDEO_DATA5
6
U35
4
3
exicon
[7/B8]
U35
5
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
50
OSD_SCLKG
6
3
[7/B3]
A
7
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
74VHCT08
MVID_SEL0
MVID_SEL1
MVID_SEL2
MCVID_EN/
MSVID_YOFF
MORPHEN1/
MTHRU/
U1
8
2
FLASH INTERFACE
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
VCO_IN
6
R78
21
31
44
62
69
75
84
100
P_OUT
ENCH
A[15:0]
65
Z2SVID_SEL0
66
Z2SVID_SEL1
67
Z2SVID_SEL2
.1/25
FIN_B
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
56
RECSVID_SEL0
72
RECSVID_SEL1
74
RECSVID_SEL2
R77
14
13
C57
4
DEC_XRH
18
17
15
14
12
10
8
4
9
11
16
13
97
6
3
96
D[7:0]
53
MSVID_SEL0
54
MSVID_SEL1
55
MSVID_SEL2
33
MSTHRU
TLC2933
XRH
SPARE1
SPARE2
SPARE3
FB1
FB2
1
43
46
73
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
X
X
DEC27M
+3.3VD
NC
NC
NC
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
40
P_SEL0
35
P_SEL1
39
P_SEL2
MORPHEN
[5/C5]
24
32
30
29
28
27
25
20
90
OSD_TSC
1
VROM_WR
*
[5/B5]
[5/B5,6/D7]
1
26
38
51
88
VCCIO1
VCCIO2
VCCIO3
VCCIO4
0
8
JTAG PROGRAMMING PORT
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
[7/B8]
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
CPLD CONTROL REGISTERS,PLL
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 9
SHEET
1
9 OF 10
10-16-2003_16:28
[10/A5]
[10/A5]
REV
14
D
VCCIINT1 5
57
VCCINT2 98
VCCINT3
+3.3VD
8
7
6
5
4
2
3
1
REVISIONS
REV
+3.3VD
FB8
D
D6
3.3VD_E
C141
C142
.1/25
.1/25
FB9
3.3VA_E
[5/A7]
C145
C146
.1/25
.1/25
3.3VA_D
FB11
C150
.1/25
FB10
3.3VD_D
C143
C147
C148
C149
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
VSSX_E
D4
VDDI_E
F4
VDDE_E
A10
B6
B9
C9
D9
VDDA_E0
VDDA_E1
VDDA_E2
VDDA_E3
VDDA_E4
3.3V REGULATOR
A8
C5
VSSI_E0
D5
VSSI_E1
E4
VSSE_E
+5VV
E12
NC1
F12
NC2
SAA-7109E
VSSA_E
1N4002
L8
2
CHANGED PER DCR 030421-00
3
CHANGED PER DCR 030623-00
D
+3.3V
MH1
LMS1585A
B8
C96
.1/25
CASE=VOUT
3
2
VIN
VOUT
TO-220
GND
1
U24
MH2
C97
10/10
+3.3VD
+3.3V
E11
VSSI_D0
K4
VSSI_D1
K11
VSSI_D2
VDDI_D0
VDDI_D1
VDDI_D2
VDDI_D3
VDDI_D4
VDDI_D5
CHANGED PER DCR 030106-00
+3.3VD
H4
VSSE_D0
H11
VSSE_D1
L6
VSSE_D2
M13
VSSE_D3
D10
VDDE_D0
G11
VDDE_D1
L7
VDDE_D2
L9
VDDE_D3
1
Q.C.
AUTH.
CW
1/23/03
MAG
1/23/03
CW
5/22/03
MAG
5/22/03
CW
10/16/03
MAG
10/16/03
D5
N13
N11
VDDA_D0
VSSA_D0
M9
N12
VDDA_D1
VSSA_D1
M8
N10
POWER BLOCK
VDDA_D2
AGND
N9
VSSA_D2
N8
VSSA_D3
N7
VSSA_D4
M7
VSSA_D5
D11
F11
J4
J11
L4
L11
C
VDDX_E
DRAFTER
CHECKER
RWH
1/13/03
ECM
1/21/03
RWH
5/20/03
ECM
5/20/03
RWH
10/8/03
ECM
10/9/03
DESCRIPTION
C31
C49
C51
C53
C60
C61
C62
C63
C81
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C83
C85
C87
C89
C91
C93
C95
C165
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C
VDDX_D
VSSX_D
P5
U34
+/-15V
+15V
BYPASS CAPACITORS
GND6
GND2
-5V REGULATOR
C126
C135
.1/25
.1/25
GND1
D8
1
.1/25
GND
2
B
VIN
VOUT
CASE=VIN
GND4
1N4002
U32
C164
GND3
C163
GND5
C13
C18
C23
C128
C162
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
3
10/10
7905
D9
+5VV
-15V
B
+/-5V
1N4002
-5VV
-15V
C12
C19
C22
C36
C40
C42
C44
C66
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C69
C72
C74
C76
C98
C101
C102
C103
C104
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C116
C118
C124
C157
C158
C159
C160
C167
C171
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C68
-5VV
+5VR
FB4
+5VR
+5VV
MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR
FB5
+5VV
C138
100/25
+15V
J18
1
2
3
4
+5VD
+15
FB6
+15V
C139
-15
100/25
A
[5/D6]
[5/D8]
FB7
-15V
100/25
[8/C2]
[4/C3]
C140
VID_I2C_SCLK
VID_I2C_SDATA
SYNC_DETECT
CVID_ZON2
VIDEO_RST/
VIDEO_DATA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
VIDEO_SCLK
OSD_CS/
[9/B7]
[9/D8]
C28
C41
C43
C46
C48
C50
C52
C67
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
C71
C75
C78
C80
C82
C84
C86
C88
C90
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
[9/D8]
[9/D8]
VIDEO_REG/
[9/D8]
CONTRACT
NO.
C92
C94
C112
C119
C125
C161
C168
C170
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
.1/25
J20
-5VV
-15V
8
C70
7
6
5
4
3
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
2
DATE
8/9/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
8/28/02
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,VIDEO BD, RV8
POWER, INTERFACE CONNS
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
060-15589
3
FILE NAME
15589-3 . 10 SHEET
1
10 OF 10
10-16-2003_16:29
POWER SUPPLY
CONNECTOR
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
D
D
FB1
C5
C
+5VD
.1/25
C
C4
.1/25
D1
BB132
2
3
MC1648
VCC VCCO
1
TANK
L1
1UH
C3
OUT
10PF
8
C2
.1/25
VREF
AGC
GND1 GND2
6
7
4
5
R1
OSC
47
VCO_V
5
4
3
2
1
NOTES
1 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 1/10W
C1
U1
.1/25
J1
2 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, RESISTORS ARE 5%
3 UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, CAPACITORS ARE UF/V
4
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
5 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: C5, D1, FB1, J1, L1, R1, U1.
B
B
© 2003 Lexicon, Inc.
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
3/3/03
CHECKED
ECM
3/5/03
Q.C.
CW
3/7/03
KAB
3/11/03
ISSUED
8
7
6
5
4
3
DATE
2
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM, VCO BD, MCLK
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
060-16139
REV
0
FILE NAME
16139-0. 1
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
3-18-2003_9:15
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REVISIONS
REV
DRAFTER
CHECKER
DESCRIPTION
Q.C.
AUTH.
D
D
C
C
BINDING POST FILTER
NOTES
1
BP1
BP2
*
C1
470PF/100
C2
470PF/100
*
DIGITAL
GROUND
ANALOG
GROUND
CHASSIS
GROUND
POWER
GROUND
2 LAST REFERENCE DESIGNATORS USED: BP2,C2
3 COMPONENTS MARKED WITH
*
ARE NOT INSTALLED.
B
B
© 2003 Lexicon, Inc.
CONTRACT
NO.
exicon
APPROVALS
DRAWN
RWH
CHECKED
ECM
Q.C.
CW
ISSUED
MAG
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
DATE
A
3 OAK PARK
BEDFORD, MA 01730
TITLE
SCHEM,SPKR EMI FILTER BD, RV8
5/1/03
5/1/03
5/8/03
5/8/03
SIZE
B
CODE
NUMBER
REV
0
060-16189
FILE NAME
16189-0 . 1
SHEET
1
1
OF
1
5-12-2003_9:05
A
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