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PGM RDM RPT 1 ADV.SURR.

SFC LINE REC

MONO STEREO RDS TUNED 96k Hz

SUB

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PRO LOGIC DIGI TAL NR B. CUT REC ASES ECHO KEY KARAOKE L R WAKE UP REC

ORDER NO.

RRV2793
XV-EV61

STEREO DVD TUNER DECK RECEIVER

XV-EV31
Model
XV-EV61 XV-EV31

XV-EV61
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Type
DLXJ/NC DLXJ/NC

Power Requirement 110-127V/220-230V/240V 110-127V/220-230V/240V

Regionalrestriction codes (Region No.)


3 3

The voltage can be converted by the following method.


With the voltage selector With the voltage selector

This product is component of system.


Component
MINI SYSTEM Stereo DVD Tuner Deck Receiver Speaker System

System
X-EV61D XV-EV61 S-EV61V

System
X-EV31D XV-EV31 S-EV31V

Service manual

RRV2793(This manual) RRV2776(EV61), RRV2800(EV31)

For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services" .

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2003

T-ZZR JULY 2003 printed in Japan

SAFETY INFORMATION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual doit-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING ! THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1 BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR CLASS 1. A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.

LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 650 nm FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 7 mW WAVELENGTH : 780 nm

LABEL CHECK

Additional Laser Caution


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(Printed on the Rear Panel B)


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XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC

1. Laser Interlock Mechanism Loading switch (S101 on the LOAB Assy) is used for interlock mechanism of the laser. When this switch turned ON in SW2 (XCLOSE) side (OPEN signal is 0V and XCLOSE signal is 3.5V), a laser becomes the status which can completely oscillation. Furthermore, the laser completely oscillates in the disc judgment and disc playback. When player is power ON state and laser diode is not completely oscillating, 780nm laser diode is always oscillating by half power. Laser diode is driving with Q101 (650nm LD) and Q102 (780nm LD) on the DVDM Assy. Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and collector of these transistors or the base voltage is supplied for transistors turn on, the laser oscillates. (failure mode) In the test mode , there is the mode that the laser oscillates except for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in the test mode oscillates with the laser forcibly. The interlock mechanism mentioned above becomes invalid in this mode. 2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.

: See page 107

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[ Important symbols for good services ]


In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely. When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
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1. Product safety
You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performances of the product, optimum adjustments or specification confirmation is indispensable. In accordance with the procedures or instructions described in this manual, adjustments should be performed.

3. Cleaning
For optical pickups, tape-deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, and other parts requiring cleaning, proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

4. Shipping mode and shipping screws


To protect the product from damages or failures that may be caused during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be installed before shipping out in accordance with this manual, if necessary.

5. Lubricants, glues, and replacement parts


Appropriately applying grease or glue can maintain the product performances. But improper lubrication or applying glue may lead to failures or troubles in the product. By following the instructions in this manual, be sure to apply the prescribed grease or glue to proper portions by the appropriate amount.For replacement parts or tools, the prescribed ones should be used.

Discs compatible with this player


Any disc that displays one of the following logos should play in this player. Other formats, including DVD-Audio, DVD-RAM, DVD-ROM, CD-ROM (except those that contain MP3 and WMA files), SACD will not play.

DVD-Video

DVD-R

DVD-RW

Audio-CD

Video-CD

CD-R *

CD-RW *

E
Super Video CD (Super VCD)

Fuji Color-CD

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CONTENTS
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SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 5 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 6 2.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................... 6 2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION................................................................................................................................ 8 2.3 AMP SECTION ........................................................................................................................................ 10 2.4 FRONT PANEL SECTION ....................................................................................................................... 12 2.5 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY ............................................................................................................... 14 2.6 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY............................................................................................................. 16 2.7 DECK MECHANISM ASSY ..................................................................................................................... 18 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 20 3.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 20 3.2 DVD SECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................... 22 3.3 OVERALL WIRING DIAGAM ................................................................................................................... 24 3.4 FM/AM TUNER MODULE ........................................................................................................................ 28 3.5 DVDM ASSY(1/3)..................................................................................................................................... 30 3.6 DVDM ASSY(2/3)..................................................................................................................................... 32 3.7 DVDM ASSY(3/3)..................................................................................................................................... 34 3.8 DECK ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 36 3.9 IF/AF ASSY(1/3) ...................................................................................................................................... 38 3.10 IF/AF ASSY(2/3) .................................................................................................................................... 40 3.11 IF/AF ASSY(3/3) .................................................................................................................................... 42 3.12 DSP ASSY(1/2)...................................................................................................................................... 44 3.13 DSP ASSY (2/2)..................................................................................................................................... 46 3.14 DISP ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 48 3.15 MIC ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 50 3.16 EVOL ASSY ........................................................................................................................................... 52 3.17 MOD. AMP ASSY................................................................................................................................... 54 3.18 SP-TERMINAL and TRADE ASSYS ...................................................................................................... 56 3.19 PRIMARY ASSY .................................................................................................................................... 58 3.20 SECONDARY ASSY .............................................................................................................................. 60 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................... 62 4.1 LOAB ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 62 4.2 FM/AM TUNER MODULE ........................................................................................................................ 63 4.3 DVDM ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 64 4.4 IF/AF ASSY.............................................................................................................................................. 66 4.5 DSP ASSY (XV-EV61 Only)..................................................................................................................... 70 4.6 MIC ASSY ................................................................................................................................................ 71 4.7 DECK ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 72 4.8 DISP1, DISP2 and DISP3 ASSYS ........................................................................................................... 74 4.9 EVOL ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 76 4.10 SP-TERMINAL and TRADE ASSYS ...................................................................................................... 80 4.11 MOD. AMP ASSY................................................................................................................................... 82 4.12 PRIMARY ASSY .................................................................................................................................... 84 4.13 SECONDARY......................................................................................................................................... 86 5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 88 6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................. 101 6.1 DECK SECTION .................................................................................................................................... 101 6.1.1 Adjustment condition ....................................................................................................................... 101 6.1.2 Playback and Recording section ..................................................................................................... 102 6.2 TUNER SECTION .................................................................................................................................. 104 6.3 DVD SECTION ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ana LOCATION........................................................................ 105 6.4 JIGS and MEASURING INSTRUMENTS .............................................................................................. 105 6.5 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS ................................................................................................. 106 6.6 TEST MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 107 6.7 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................ 108 7. GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................... 110 7.1 DIAGNOSIS ........................................................................................................................................... 110 7.2 PARTS.................................................................................................................................................... 145 7.3 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................. 158 8. PANEL FACILITIES ...................................................................................................................................... 159

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Amplifier Section X-EV61DVD model
Continuous power output: Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 W per channel (1kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Center . . . . . . . . . 75 W (1kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 W per channel (1kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer . . . . . 75 W (100Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) X-EV31DVD model Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 W + 75W (1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer . . . . 100 W (100Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 )

Miscellaneous
Power requirements . . . . . . AC 110-127/220-230/ 240 V (switchable), 50/60 Hz Power consumption X-EV61DVD model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 W X-EV31DVD model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 W Power consumption in standby mode . . . 0.5 W Dimensions: DVD Tuner Deck Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 (W) x 350.5 (H) x 335 (D) mm Weight: DVD Tuner Deck Receiver XV-EV61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3 kg XV-EV31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2 kg

Disc section
Digital audio characteristics . . . . . . . . . DVD fs: 96 kHz, 24-bit Type .DVD system, Video CD/Super VCD system and Compact Disc digital audio system Frequency response . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Hz to 44 kHz S/N ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 dB Dynamic range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 dB Total harmonic distortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.005 % Wow and Flutter . . . . . . . . Limit of measurement (0.001 % W.PEAK) or less (JEITA)

Accessories (Stereo DVD Cassette Deck Receiver)


Remote control Power cord ......................... 1 ....................... 1 1 1 1 2 2
C

Cassette deck section


Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 track, 2-channel stereo Heads . . . . . . . . . . . Recording/playback head x 1 Erasing head x 1 Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DC servo motor x 1 Tape types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type I (Normal)

Video cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AM loop antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FM antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dry cell batteries (AA/R6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FM tuner section
Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5 108MHz Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 , unbalanced

AM tuner section
Frequency range With 9 kHz step . . . . . . . . 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz With 10 kHz step . . . . . . . 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loop antenna

Specifications and design subject to possible modification without notice, due to improvements.
"DTS" and "DTS Digital Sur round" are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby , Pro Logic , and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Accessories
TOP MENU
DVD DISP MONO SYSTEM DISP

DVD MENU

RETURN

FOLDER +

CLOCK ADJ.

ST +

DVD SUBTITLE ANGLE

TV CONTROL

FM/AM

CHANNEL

VOLUME

DSP SURROUND ADVANCED

I KEYCON i KARAOKE ECHO

STANDBY/ON

AC Power Cord (ADG1154)

Video Cord (VDE1065)

SYSTEM SETUP

FOLDER

DVD/CD

TEST TONE

PROGRAM

SOUND MODE

HOME MENU

AM loop antenna (ATB7009)

Remote control unit (XXD3060 : EV61) (XXD3061 : EV31) FM wire antenna (ADH7004) AA size IEC R6P Dry cell batteries (x2)
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5.1ch DVD SURROUND SYSTEM

RANDOM

TIMER

VOLUME

SLEEP

ENTER

TUNE +

TUNE

33

CH LEVEL

REPEAT

TAPE

AUDIO

ST

/e

SHIFT

INPUT

XXD3060

LINE

ZOOM

MUTE

ENTER

CLEAR

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES:
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Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING
1

2
STANDBY/ON

DVD/CD TAPE FM/AM

LINE

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE ZOOM DVD DISP DSP SURROUND ADVANCED MONOSYSTEM DISP I KEYCON i KARAOKE ECHO TIMER MUTE

9 10 3 12

CLOCK ADJ.

VOLUME
SYSTEM SETUP
TUNE +

TOP MENU

DVD SETUP ENTER SOUND MODE


TUNE

DVD MENU

RETURN

/e

33

E/

1
FOLDER

3 8 7

FOLDER +

CLEAR

PROGRAM REPEAT RANDOM

1 4 7

2 5 8

3 6 9

TEST TONECH LEVEL SLEEP

ENTER

TV CONTROL INPUT CHANNELVOLUME SELECT

SHIFT

11

13

14 Yellow 15

6
D

Junction

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PACKING parts List


Mark No. 1 2 NSP 3 Description Operating Instructions (English) Operating Instructions (Chinese) Polyethylene Bag (0.03 x 230 x 340) Packing Sheet Front Pad Rear Pad Packing Case Part No. XRB3026 Mark No. 8 Description AC Power Cord Remote Control Unit Battery Cover FM Anternna AM Loop Anternna Video Cord (Yellow 1P) Dry Cell Battery (AA/R6) ADG1154 See Contrast table (2) AZA7424 ADH7004 ATB7009 VDE1065 VEM1031
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Part No.

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XRC3109 AHG1180

9 10 11 12 13 14

4 5 6 7

XHG3010 XHA3136 XHA3137 See Contrast table (2)

NSP 15

(2) CONTRAST TABLE XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC and XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No. 7 10 Symbol and Description Packing Case Remote Control Unit XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC XHD3355 XXD3060 XHD3360 XXD3061

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2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION


A

27

32 3 48 5

XV-EV61 Only 46

43 17 46 32 40 31

45

D
C

F
K

12 15 45 9
B
M A

8 32

32

32
L

E
11

2 10 47

32 34
B
To Cassete Deck

32

14

from Secondary Assy

25 34
C

21 22

32

33 6

Refer to "2.4 LOADING MECHA. ASSY".

13
H

33

24 16 46 1 23 Refer to "2.4 FRONT PANEL SECTION".


A L K

33

36 33

37
D

26 35 32

C
J

4 38

38 47

31 10 M 32

B
F

12

M
18

38
E

11

14 30

49 29 28
C

Refer to "2.3 AMP SECTION".


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EXTERIOR SECTION parts List


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 NSP 6 NSP 7 NSP 8 9 10 11 12 NSP 13 14 NSP 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Description FM/AM TUNER Module IF_AF Assy DECK Assy DVDM Assy DSP Assy LOADING MECHA Assy Earth Lead Wire Earth Lead Wire 11P Flat Flexible Cable 13P Flat Flexible Cable 30P Flat Flexible Cable 30P Flat Flexible Cable DVD ASSY 12P Flat Flexible Cable Laser Caution Label Mecha Frame Rear Panel A Rear Panel B DVD Shield Pri Holder Barrier S FFC Barrier A FFC Barrier B Part No. AXQ7228 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) VWT1208 DE007VF0 DE015VF0 XDD3142 XDD3140 XDD3137 XDD3143 See Contrast table (2) XDD3141 VRW1699 XNG3102 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) Mark No. 26 27 NSP 28 NSP 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 NSP 40 41 42 NSP 43 44 45 46 NSP 47 48 49 Description DECK PCB Holder Bonnet Case Tray Panel Tray Cap Front Panel Assy Screw Screw Screw Screw Push Rivet Adaptor 02 L Adaptor 02 R Screw SISIR Label ID Label Screw Screw FFC Cable Rivet Tray Cap Assy Part No. XNG3115 XZN3132 XAK3398 XAK3397 See Contrast table (2) VPZ30P080FZK BBZ30P080FZK BBZ30P080FMC BBZ30P080FNI XEC3034 ANW7267 ANW7268 BPZ30P080FMC XAX3397
A

VXW1002 BPZ30P080FNI BCZ30P060FMC See Contrast table (2) AEC7205 XXG3155


C

XNG3103 XMR3084 AEC7429 XEC3048 XEC3053

(2) CONTRAST TABLE XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC and XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No 2 3 4 Symbol and Description XV-EV61/ DLXJ/NC XWZ3726 XWX3072 AXM7808 AWX8254 AXA7121 XNC3205 XNC3206 XXG3156 XDD3138 XV-EV31/ DLXJ/NC XWZ3733 XWX3073 AXM7809 Not used AXA7122 XNC3226 XNC3233 XXG3158 XDD3139
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NSP

IF_AF Assy DECK Assy DVDM Assy 5 DSP Assy 13 DVD Assy 17 18 30 47 Rear Panel A Rear Panel B Front Panel Assy FFC Cable

NSP

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A

26 35 2

26

L
B

M
D

36 35

7
C

27 35 31 32

35 27 34 32 35 33 23 31 23 27 To IF/AF Assy

27 35

35 33
C B D

35 27 39 1

40 5 27 21 27

Q
28 27 4 29 29 38 28 27

27
D

K
27
A

N
41

14 26 22

11

9 16 19 10
A

10

18

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AMP SECTION parts List


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Description E-VOL Assy TRADE Assy AMP Assy SP-TERMINAL Assy SECONDARY Assy PRIMARY Assy 16P F. F. C./30V 13P Jumper Connector Fuse (FU1 : T5A) Fuse (FU2, FU3 : T2.5A) Power Transformer (T1) 14P Jumper Connector Chassis Rear Panel B Module Holder F 4P Jumper Connector Push Rivet Leg Cushion FAN Barrier Primary Holder Push Rivet Part No. See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) XWZ3738 XDD3144 52151-1310 REK1029 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) 52151-1410 XNA3016 See Contrast table (2) Mark No. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 Description
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Part No.

Binder Screw Screw Screw FAN Holder FET Bracket A Heat Sink FAN Plate DC FAN Motor Screw Screw Screw Module Holder R J1 Wire Cable Speaker Label

ZCA-SKB90BK BBZ30P080FZK VPZ30P080FZK ASZ40P060FMC ANG7417 ANG7418 ANH7159 ANG7462 AXM7025 BBZ30P140FMC BBZ30P300FZK BCZ30P060FMC XNG3113 XDX3065 See Contrast table (2)

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11 12 NSP 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

XNG3112 52151-0410 AEC7120 XEB3028

XEC3050 XMR3084 XEC3034

(2) CONTRAST TABLE XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC and XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No 1 2 3 4 5 Symbol and Description E-VOL Assy TRADE Assy AMP Assy SP-TERMINAL Assy SECONDARY Assy XV-EV61 /DLXJ/NC XWZ3736 XWZ3740 AWM7720 XWZ3737 XWZ3739 AEK1058 (2.5A/250V) XTS3070 XNC3205 XAX3401 XV-EV31 /DLXJ/NC XWZ3741 XWZ3745 AWM7787 XWZ3742 XWZ3743 AEK1059 (3.15A/250V) XTS3071 XNC3226 Not used
E D

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10 Fuse (FU2, FU3) 11 Power Transformer (T1) 14 Rear Panel A 41 Speaker Label

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A

33 1 33
A

I
9 8
B

33 6 33

13 11
B

7
A

H
2 16 21

26 30 15
C

17

22

12 24 23 36 33 33 33 25 17 29 27

3 43

14
D

18 19

G
B

33 31 41

33

J
34 37
E

33 38 32

40

10

20

42

33

NON-CONTACT SIDE

CONTACT SIDE

4 39 35

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FRONT PANEL SECTION parts List


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 NSP 12 13 NSP 14 15 16 17 18 19 NSP 20 21 22 Description DISP 1 Assy DISP 2 Assy DISP 3 Assy H.P Assy MIC Assy 4P Jumper Connector LCD 8P Jumper Connector LCD Holder MIC Knob Diffusion Sheet Display Window LCD LT Cond Grille Panel A Sensor Cover Timer Lens FUNC. LT Cond Ratch Mold R Ratch Spring R Grille Panel B Display Button L Display Button R Part No. XWZ3727 XWZ3728 XWZ3729 XWZ3731 See Contrast table (2) D20PYY0420E XAV3017 D20PYY0805E XMR3074 XAA3024 XAK3400 XAK3392 XAK3399 See Contrast table (2) XAK3396 XAK3403 XAK3401 XMR3002 ABH7131 XAK3395 XAD3165 XAD3166 Mark No. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 NSP 30 31 32 33 NSP 34 35 36 NSP 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Description VOL. Button Assy Dolby Button L Dolby Button R FUNC. Button Play LT Cond Play Button Front Panel Damper Assy Leg Cushion Screw DECK Door DECK Mechanism Unit Front Panel Assy DECK Panel Door Spring R Earth Led Wire GND Plate Binder DECK Shield Wire DECK Door Assy Part No. XXG3159 XAD3167 XAD3168 XAD3169 XAK3402 XAD3171 See Contrast table (2) AXA7052 XEB3028 VPZ30P080FZK XAN3052 XYM3016 See Contrast table (2) XAK3394 XBH3002 DE007VEO XNG3104 ZCA-SKB90BK XDE3062 XZN3136
A

(2) CONTRAST TABLE XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC and XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No. 5 14 NSP 30 36 MIC Assy Grille Panel A Front Panel Front Panel ASSY Symbol and Description XV-EV61/DLXJ/NC XV-EV31/DLXJ/NC XWZ3730 XAK3393 XMB3123 XZN3134 XWZ3734 XAK3420 XMB3125 XZN3135
D

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13

2.5 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY


A

Note: " Application of Lubricant"

2 Refer to "2.7 TRAVERSE MECHA. ASSY-S". 6 8

8 Daifree GEM1036 8

To DVDM CN101 (Pickup Assy-S) To DVDM CN104 (Stepping Motor) To DVDM CN105 (Spindle Motor)

12 Lubricating Oil GYA1001 13 23 17 16 4 5


A

18

20

22

22

19

21 15 22 7 14
D
A

10 11 Lubricating Oil GYA1001

9 22

LOADING MECHANISM ASSY parts List


Mark No. NSP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description LOAB Assy Traverse Mechanism Assy-S Loading Motor Assy Motor Pulley Carriage DC Motor / 0.3W Flexible Cable (26P) Connector Assy 2P Float Rubber Belt Stabilizer Loading Base Float Base DVD Drive Cam Gear Pulley Loading Gear Part No. VWG2346 VXX2871 VXX2872 PNW1634 VXM1105 VDA1944 VKP2286 VEB1351 VEB1330 VNE2253 VNL1917 VNL1918 VNL1919 VNL1921 VNL1922 Mark No. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Description Drive Gear SW Lever Clamper Plate Bridge Clamper Screw Screw Tray Part No. VNL1923 VNL1925 VNE2251 VNE2252 VNL1924 JGZ17P028FMC Z39-019 VNL1920

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Application of Lubricant
Lubricating Oil GYA1001 Around the shaft
A

No. 11 Loading Base

Lubricating Oil GYA1001

Lubricating Oil GYA1001

No. 13 Drive Cam

Lubricating Oil GYA1001 Inner side of a ditch

Lubricating Oil GYA1001 Inner side of a ditch

Lubricating Oil GYA1001

Lubricating Oil GYA1001

No. 13 Drive cam Rear View


D

Front View

No. 23 Tray

Daifree GEM1036 Concave of unevenness

No. 23 Tray

Daifree GEM1036 Concave of unevenness

Inner side of a ditch Daifree GEM1036

Top View
Concave of unevenness Daifree GEM1036

Bottom View

Side of the rib Daifree GEM1036


F

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

15

2.6 TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY


A

15 (Torque: 0.12 0.01 Nm) 17 8 10


B

Silicone Adhesive GEM1037 17

17

10 7

To DVDM CN101 (Pickup Assy)

12

14 13 4 (Adjustment screw) 16

Silicone Adhesive GEM1037


D

5 (Adjustment spring)
To DVDM CN105 (Spindle Motor)

Screw Tight GYL1001

15 (Torque: 0.12 0.01 Nm)

16 2

To DVDM CN104 (Stepping Motor)

NON-CONTACT SIDE

11

16
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

CONTACT SIDE

TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSY parts List


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 NSP 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Description Spindle Motor Stepping Motor Pickup Assy-S Skew Screw Skew Spring Guide Bar Sub Guide Bar Leaf Spring Joint Spring Support Spring Mechanism Chassis Damper Sheet Spacer Joint 03 Tapping Screw Screw Screw Part No. VXM1099 VXM1101 OXX8005 VBA1080 VBH1335 VLL1514 VLL1515 VNC1023 VNC1019 VNC1020
B A

>

VNE2248 VEB1335 VNL1913 VNL1949 OBA8021 BBZ20P050FZK PMA26P100FMC

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

17

2.7 DECK MECHANISM ASSY


A

10

2 6

5 7

4
E
A

9
A

18
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

CONTACT SIDE

NON-CONTACT SIDE

DECK MECHANISM ASSY parts List


Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Description Main Belt F/R Belt Plate HD Blk Roller Pinch Blk R Roller Pinch Blk L Clutch Assy Blk Motor Main Blk PCB Control Blk 11P F. F. C / 30V 18P F. F. C / 30V Part No. FF19N-22 FF19S-31 F513-847 F514-133 F514-134 F522-063 F525-334 F567-705 XDD3142 XDD3138
B A

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

19

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


3.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
A

3.1.1 SIGNAL ROUTE(1/2)

E
CN5903
VDVD

IF/AF ASSY

Refer to 3.1.2 SIGNAL ROUTE(2/2)


IC 901
B

VPR

CN

DVDM ASSY
IC 701

CN5905
(V) (Y) (C)

(D)

16,17

CN5801

IC 501

2 89
(D)

DECK ASSY
7 61 2 4

EV-61 : PDC108A EV-31 : PDC109A


62 3 20 7 21,22 8,9 3

17 RECL

16 PBL

CN2506

CN5501

CN5509

CN5505

CN8003

(REC)

IC8201
AK4114VQ

CN5101

DISP1 ASSY
IC8501
DSPD56367PV150

11

12

5,6

F
F

DSP ASSY XV-EV61 Only

20
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

SIGNAL ROUTE
(V) (Y) (C) (PB)

(SL) (FL) (C) (SW)


(D)

JA5903
(REC) (TX) (V) (Y) (C)

: PB SIGNAL : RECORDING SIGNAL : AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER) : V SIGNAL VIDEO : Y SIGNAL VIDEO : C SIGNAL VIDEO

: SL AUDIO SIGNAL : FL AUDIO SIGNAL : C AUDIO SIGNAL : SW AUDIO SIGNAL : DIGITAL AUDIO ROUTE

B
(PB) (TX) (PB)
JA5401

MIC ASSY

CN5401

CN3002

(PB) (PB)

C
(REC)

CN5105

IC8301

H.P ASSY
JA3901

(TX)

CN5506

J3902

CN5701

CN8303

C
FM/AM TUNER MODULE
CN3008

M 6ch AMP ASSY


CN5506
HP AMP

AK4529VQ CN8007
IC3401 STK402-270 CN3011 CN3002

E
BD3814FV

K EVOL ASSY
SW OUT

FL OUT

N
CN3012
SL C SW FL

SP-TERMINAL ASSY
F
CN3305

CN3007

CN3307

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

21

3.2 DVD SECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM


A

3.1.2 SIGNAL ROUT(2/2)

B DVDM ASSY
X301 20MHz IC603 VYW2077 FLASH ROM IC602 K4S641632F-TC75 64M SDRAM

B
SPINDLE MOTOR

OEIC CN1013
(24P)

CN101
(24P) LD(650) LD(780) A C B1 B2 B3 B4 TRKG DRV TRKG RTN FOCS DRV FOCS RTN

7 9 17 19 16 15 22 21 PICKUP ASSY-S 2 3 4 1

18 16 8 6 9 10 3 4 23 22 21 24

Q201,Q202 Q211,Q212

87 89 LD1 90 LD2 6 A 8 B 14 C 12 D 21 E 20 F
PC(6) PD(0) FREIN

86
FREOUT CV_OUT

34 32 33 27 26 25

V S_Y S_C R/Cr G/Y B/Cb

V S_Y S_C R/Cr G/Y B/Cb

IC301 STM6316ATXXA Front End IC


OUT_DATA FE DATA B_DATA

Y_OUT C_OUT R_OUT

64

16

G_OUT B_OUT

PE(1) PC(2)

44
SPDL PDM

55
LOAD DRV

70
CLOSE

38
OPEN

CN105
(12P) H3H3+ H2H2+ H1H1+

26 40 30 TO- SPIN LOIN+ 31 TO+ 34 FO35 FO+ 16 HW17 HW+ 18 HV19 HV+ 20 HU21 HU+ IC101 M63018FP FTS Driver

IC601 STM5589CVA Back End IC

PCMDATA0

52

A DATA0

4 5 6 7 8 9

SPDIF

57

DOUT

CN104

STEPPING MOTOR

ST2-

4 3 2 1

6 SL25 SL2+ 9 SL1+ 10 SL1PIXCLK

ST2+ ST1+ ST1-

120 IC604 TC7WU04FU (3/3) (2/3) 5 3 2 6

CN602
2

CN601
1 2
LOADLOAD+

CN103
1 2
CLOSE

36 LO+ 37 LO-

LOADING MOTOR ASSY S101

3 4 5

SW2 V+3D SW1

3 4 5

X601 27MHz
OPEN V+3R3_FED

A LOAB ASSY

V+1R8_FED V+1R8_FEA

IC411 PQ018EZ01ZP 1.8V Reg. 3 1

V+3R3_FEA V+3R3_FED V+3R3

V+1R8_BE

IC421 PQ018EH01ZP 1.8V Reg. 3 1

V+3D

22
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

IC501 MM1623AF Video Driver Amp.


V S_Y S_C R/Cr G/Y B/Cb V S_Y S_C R/Cr G/Y B/Cb

CN923
(18P) V S_Y S_C R/Cr G/Y B/Cb

EV61 Only

4 6 2 14 10 12

V IN Y IN C IN Cr IN

V OUT Y OUT C OUT Cr OUT

23 21 26 16 20 18

16 V 18 S_Y 14 S_C 12 R/Cr 8


G/Y

CN5905

CY IN CY OUT Cb IN Cb OUT

10 B/Cb

3 13
MUTE1 MUTE2

CN902
(11P)

EV31 Only
V C Y

4 6 IC701 PCM1742KE Audio 2ch DAC


VoutL A DATA0 DATA

E
7 8 8
DVDL

CN5904

VoutR

10 DVDR

CN901
(30P) DOUT

21 17 IC911 TC74VHC08FT 5V 3V Converter IC901 TC74VHC125AFT 3V 5V Converter 16 15 13 14 12 11 7 18 8 5 V+12 Q451 30 IC401 R1224N102H 3V Reg. 3 6 VDVD+12

DOUT XDVDRST SYS_CS1 SYS_CS2 SDATA SCLK MDATA ACK DVDTRKUP DVDPOWER VDET XVMUTE

CN5903

VDVD+12

VPR+8 29 28
VPR+8 VPR+8

IC431 MM1565AF V+5D V+5V V+5 5V Reg. 1 7 VPR+8M 27 26


VPR+8M VPR+8M

V+6

IC441 PQ20WZ11 6V Reg. 3 1

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

23

3.3 OVERALL WIRING DIAGAM


A

3.3.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (1/2)

To-OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (2/2)


D20PYY1520E
CN8302

J3002

DECK MECHA. (XYM3016)


CN8334 CN8281

CN8011

CN5507

CN8280

DSP ASSY F F 1/2 - 2/2 (AWX8254 / XV-EV61)

CN8003

CN5505

CN2301

D
CN2506

DECK ASSY
(XWX3072/XV-EV61) (XWX3073/XV-EV31)

CN8007 CN2302

CN5506

H
DISP2 ASSY
(XWZ3728)
E

J5102

CN5102

DISP1 ASSY
(XWZ3727)

I
J5103

CN5503

CN5104

G
DISP3 ASSY
(XWZ3729)

MIC ASSY
(XWZ3730/ XV-EV61) (XWZ3734/ XV-EV31)

CN5501 CN5105

J
F

24
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST"

K
CN8303

CN3001

To-OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (2/2)


XDD3143

CN5701

FM/AM TUNER MODULE

CN201

(RF)

: RF SIGNAL ROUTE : FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE : TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE : STEPPING SERVO LOOP LINE

(AXQ7228)

(F) (T) (S)

C
DVD ASSY (AXA7123)

DVDM ASSY (AXM7808/XV-EV61)

CN5903

CN901

PICKUP ASSY-S (OXX8005)

E ( E 1/2- E 2/2 (
(XWZ3726 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3733 / XV-EV31)

(RF) (RF) (RF) (RF) (RF) (RF)

B B 1/3- B 3/3

IF/AF ASSY

(F) (T) )T( (F)

CN5801

CN5905

CN903

DVDM ASSY (AXM7809/XV-EV31)

(S) (S) (S) (S)

STEPPING MOTOR : VXM1101 SPINDLE MOTOR : VXM1099

CN5904

CN902

CN5502

CN5902

ASSY A LOAB (VWG2346)

LOADING MOTOR ASSY : VXX2505

A
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

25

3.3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGARAM (2/2)


A

AMP MODULE ASSY (AWM7720 / XV-EV61) (AWM7787 / XV-EV31)

L
C

TRADE ASSY (XWZ3740/XV-EV61) (XWZ3745/XV-EV31)

N
SP-TERMINAL ASSY (XWZ3737 /XV-EV61) (XWZ3742 /XV-EV31)

E-VOL ASSY (XWZ3736/XV-EV61) (XWZ3741/XV-EV31)

CN8302

IF/AF ASSY

26
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

ASSY O HP (XWZ3731)

P
PRIMARY ASSY (XWZ3738)
B

SECONDARY ASSY (XWZ3739/XV-EV61) (XWZ3743/XV-EV31)

T1 POWER TRANSFORMER XTS3070:XV-EV61 XTS3071:XV-EV31

E-VOL ASSY (XWZ3736/XV-EV61) (XWZ3741/XV-EV31)

CN8303

IF/AF ASSY

XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

27

3.4 FM/AM TUNER MODULE


A

C
B

FM/AM TUNER MODULE (AXQ7228)

FM FRONT END

(FM)

(FM)

(FM) (FM)

(FM) (FM) (FM) (FM) (AM) (AM) (AM) (AM) MW RF TUNING BLOCK

(FM)

(FM)

(AM)

(AM)

OSC : 981 - 2052kHz 9k step

C
28
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.


(TX) (AM) (FM)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TUNER) : AM SIGNAL ROUTE : FM SIGNAL ROUTE


B

(AM)

(AM)

(AM)

(FM)

(TX) (TX)

(AM)

E
(TX) (TX)

CN5701
C D E F

(AM)

(AM)

(FM) (AM)

(AM)

CN201

(FM) (AM)

(FM) (TX) L201

ATE7003

C
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

29

3.5 DVDM ASSY(1/3)


A

ASSY B 1/3 DVDM (AWM7808/XV-EV61) (AWM7809/XV-EV31)

STEPPING MOTOR

CN601

(S) (S) (S) (S)

(S) (S) (S) (S) (F) (F)

SPINDLE MOTOR

(T) (T)

(F) (T) (T) (F)

PICKUP ASSY-S

(RF) (RF) (RF) (RF) (RF) (RF)

B 1/3
30
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

A
: FE DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(RF) (F) (T) (S)

: RF SIGNAL ROUTE : FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE : TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE : STEPPING SERVO LOOP LINE

B 2/3
B

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF) (RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

(RF)

B 1/3
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

31

3.6 DVDM ASSY(2/3)


A

B 2/3

DVDM ASSY (AWM7808/XV-EV61) (AWM7809/XV-EV31)

E
(D)

(AD)

(AD)

B 2/3
32
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

(Y)

(C/V)

(C)

A
: FE_DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(RF) (C/V) (Y) (C) (AD) (D) (DVD)

: RF SIGNAL ROUTE : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C/V) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C) : AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DVD_L ch)

B 3/3
7 10 8 9 11
(AD)

6
C

(C)

(C)

(C/V)

(C/V)

(C)

(Y)

(Y)

(DVD)

D
(DVD) (DVD)

(Y)

(C/V)

XV-EV31 Only

B 3/3

(C) (C/V) (Y)

14 13 15 16 17
XV-EV31 Only

12

(C) (Y) (C/V) (CY/G) (PB/B) (PR/R)

XV-EV61 Only

XV-EV61 Only

B 1/3
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

B 2/3
33

3.7 DVDM ASSY(3/3)


A

B 2/3

B 3/3
34
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

B 3/3

DVDM ASSY (AWM7808/XV-EV61) (AWM7809/XV-EV31)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

(D)

(D)

B 2/3
C

(Cr/R) (CY/G)

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Cr/R) : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (CY/G) : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Cb/B)
(Y) (C/V) (C) (Cr/R) (Cb/B) (CY/G) (Y) (Y) (C/V)

XV-EV31 Only
(Y)

(Cb/B)

B 2/3

(C/V) (C) (Cr/R) (Cb/B) (CY/G)

12

(C/V) (C) (Cr/R) (Cb/B) (CY/G)

E
8
13 11
D
(Cr/R) (Cb/B) (CY/G)

9 10

B 2/3
(Y) (C/V)

E 1/3 CN5905
E

(C)

(C)

XV-EV31 Only

(DVD)

(C/V) (Y) (C) (D) (DVD)

: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C/V) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C) : DIGITAL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DVD_L ch)

(C) (C/V) (Y) (C) (C/V) (Y)

E 1/3 CN5904
F

B 2/3

B 3/3
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

CN5903

35

3.8 DECK ASSY


A

D
CN2301

DECK ASSY (XWX3072/XV-EV61) (XWX3073/XV-EV31)


(PB)

(PB)

CN2302
(REC)

(REC)

(REC)

(REC)

(REC)

D
36
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

(PB)

(PB) (PB)

(PB) (REC)

(PB)

EV61:-16.3dBV EV31:- 6.5dBV

(REC)

(REC)

EV-61 EV-31

D
SIGNAL ROUTE
(PB)

: PB SIGNAL
(REC)

: RECORDING SIGNAL

E
(REC)

CN2506

CN5801

(PB)

D
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

37

3.9 IF/AF ASSY(1/3)


A

IF/AF ASSY (XWZ3726/ XV-EV61) (XWZ3733/ XV-EV31)

XV-EV61 Only

XV-EV61 Only

CN5502 CN5507

F 2/2

CN8011

CN5506
D

F 1/2 CN8007

(D)

XV-EV61 Only

CN8003

F 1/2

(D)

CN5505 CN5902 CN5903


F

XV-EV61 Only

J1
Q

from Secondary Assy

E 1/3
38
1 2

B
XV-EV61
3 4

CN901

CN903,CN902
EV61

XV-EV61 Only
CN5905

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

(S_Y)

CN5904

(S_C)

CN5701

CN201

XV-EV31 Only
(TX)

E 2/3
B

CN5501

CN5101

CN5503

To. Mecha Deck

CN5801

D CN2506

SIGNAL ROUTE
(CD)

: CD AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE


(TX)

(V)

E 2/3

XV-EV31 Only

E 2/3
: V SIGNAL ROUTE
(S_C)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TUNER)


(D)

: S-VIDEO OUT C SIGNAL ROUTE


(S_Y)

: DIGITAL SIGNAL ROUTE

: S-VIDEO OUT Y SIGNAL ROUTE

E 1/3
39
8

XV-EV61
5 6 7

3.10 IF/AF ASSY(2/3)


A
(CD)

(AUX)

(AUX)

(TX)

1/3

(AUX)

(CD) (TX) (CD) (PB)

XV-EV31 Only

(CD)

XV-EV31 Only

(TX)

(AUX)

D
(TX)

XV-EV61 Only
(REC) (TX)

3/3

E 2/3
40
1 2

1/3

XV-EV61
3 4

XV-EV31 Only

(AUX)

(AUX)

SIGNAL ROUTE
(PB)

A
(AUX) (MIC)

: PB SIGNAL
(REC)

: AUX SIGNAL : MIC OUT SIGNAL

: RECORDING SIGNAL
(TX) (CD)

: AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER) : CD SIGNAL

J
CN5105

J5401

E 2/3 IF/AF ASSY


(XWZ3726 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3733 / XV-EV31)
(MIC)

C
(MIC)

(MIC)

(TX)

(MIC)

(REC)

(REC)

(TX)

(REC)

EV31 Only XV-EV61 Only

(REC) (REC)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

E 2/3
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

41

3.11 IF/AF ASSY(3/3)


A

SIGNAL ROUT

(TX)

: AUDIO SIGNAL (TUNER)

E 1/3

E 1/3

E 1/3

E 1/3

(TX)

(TX)

E 3/3
42
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

XV-EV61 Only

E 3/3IF/AF ASSY
(XWZ3726 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3733 / XV-EV31) CN8302

J3002

CN8303
(TX)

CN3001

(TX)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

E 3/3
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

43

3.12 DSP ASSY(1/2)


A

ASSY (AWX8254) F 1/2 DSP XV-EV61 : Only

F 2/2 F 2/2

(AD) (AD) (AD)

(AD) (D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D) (D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

E
(D) (D) (D)

F 1/2
44
1 2

F 2/2
XV-EV61
3 4

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)


(DVD) (D) (AD) (FL) (SL) (C) (SW)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DVD Lch) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL) : AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Front L ch) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Surround L ch) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Center ch) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Sub Woofer ch)

(AD) (AD) (AD)

(AD) (AD) (AD) (SL) (FL)

(FL)

(AD) (SW) (C)

(SL) (SW) (C) (AD) (DVD)

E 1/3 CN5506

(DVD)

(DVD)

3.3V Reg.
D

1.8V Reg.

(D)

(D)

E
(D) (D) (D) (D)

E 1/3 CN5505
5

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.


XV-EV61
6 7 8

F 1/2
45

3.13 DSP ASSY (2/2)


A

ASSY (AWX8254) F 2/2 DSP XV-EV61 : Only

F 1/2
(AD) (AD) (AD) (AD) (AD) (AD) (AD) (AD)

(D)

(D)

F 1/2

F 1/2
E

E 1/3 CN5507

F 2/2
46
1

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.


XV-EV61
2 3 4

(D) (AD)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL) : AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE

(AD) (AD) (AD) (AD)

(AD) (AD) (AD) (AD)

(D)

(D)

F 2/2
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

47

3.14 DISP ASSY


A

DISP 1 ASSY (XWZ3727)

CN5104

DISP 3 ASSY (XWZ3728)

J5103

J5103

DISP 3 ASSY
S5301: KARAOKE S5202: DOBLY NR S5203: ASES S5204: PLAY/PAUSE S5305: TUNINGS5306: TUNING+ S5307: STOP S5308: REVERSE S5309: REC/STOP

DISP 2 ASSY (XWZ3728)

G H I
48
1 2

XV-EV61
3 4

CN5501
DISP 1 ASSY
S5101: Sound by/ ON S5102: SOUND MODE S5103: EV-61_Advance Surround EV-31_Virtual Surround S5104: EV-61_Surround EV-31_SFC S5105: Enter S5106: ST Memory S5107: Display S5108: TIME/CLOCK ADJ

CN5101

CN5102

DISP 2 ASSY (XWZ3728)

J5202

DISP 2 ASSY
S5201: DVD/CD S5202: TAPE S5203: TUNER S5204: LINE S5205: OPEN/CLOSE S5206: VOL S5207: VOL+

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

H I
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

49

3.15 MIC ASSY


A

JA5401

JA5402

H.P ASSY (XWZ3731)

J O
50
1 2

CN3008

XV-EV61
3 4

MIC ASSY (XWZ3730 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3734 / XV-EV31)

CN5105
B

J5401

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

J
XV-EV61
5 6 7 8

51

3.16 EVOL ASSY


A

(C) (SL)

B
(FL)

(SL)

E 3/3 CN8303

(FL)

(C) (FL) (SL) (SL)

(C)

(SW)

C
(SL) (C) (C)

(FL)

E 3/3 CN8302

K
52
1

CN3
XV-EV61
2 3

J3902
4

K
(FL) (FL)

E-VOL ASSY (XWZ3736/XV-EV61) (XWZ3741/XV-EV31)


(FL) (FL)

CN3031

(C) (FL)

(SL)

(SL)

(SL)

(SL)

(C)

(SW)

J3032

(SW)

(C)

(C)

(FL)

(SW)

(C)

(SW)

(FL) (C)

J3033

E
(FL) (FL)

(C)

(FL)

: FL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE


(SL)

CN3307

: SL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE


(C)

: C AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE

CN3305
F

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.


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R3955

(SL)

R3955 EV61 : 270 /3W EV31 : 390 /3W

K
53
8

3.17 MOD. AMP ASSY


A

AMP ASSY M MOD. (AWM7720/XV-EV61) (AWM7787/XV-EV31)


To Fan

(FL)

CN3022

(FL)

(C)

(SL)

CN3021

(FL)

(FL)

M
54
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(FL)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

M
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3.18 SP-TERMINAL and TRADE ASSYS


A

SP-TERMINAL ASSY (XWZ3737 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3742 / XV-EV31)


(FL) (FL)
STBY STBY STBY

CN3007

(SW)

CN3006

(C)
STBY

(C)
STBY

(SL)

(SL)

(C)

(SL)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

N
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1 2

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TRADE ASSY (XWZ3740 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3745 / XV-EV31)


B

CN3002

CN3011

(SL)

CN3001

(FL)

CN3012

(C)

(SL)

(FL)

CN3013

E
(FL)

(C)

: FL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE


(SL)

: SL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE


(C)

: C AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE

L
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3.19 PRIMARY ASSY


A

J3009

1SS133 1SS133

P
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PRIMARY ASSY (XWZ3738)


B

REK1029 AC IN

NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS ONLY.

P
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3.20 SECONDARY ASSY


A

Q
Power Transformer XV-EV61 : XTS3070 XV-EV31 : XTS3071

SECONDARY ASSY (XWZ3739 / XV-EV61) (XWZ3743 / XV-EV31)

Q
60
1 2

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CN3003

To
J1 XDE3065

E 1/3
E

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491005 FOR IC31 AND IC41 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491007 FOR IC21 AND IC22 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491010 FOR IC11 AND IC12 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC.

Q
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6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 DECK SECTION
6.1.1 Adjustment condition
A

7 Adjustment Condition
(1) The ground at the time of adjustment shall be W166. (Refer to Fig. 63). (2) Clean the heads and demagnetize them using a head eraser. (3) Set the measurement level to 0 dBV = 1 Vrms. (4) Use the specified tape for adjustment. Use the labeled (A) side of the test tape. NCT111 : For Tape Speed adjustment NCT-112 : For Playback adjustment STD633 : Normal blank tape * As the reference recording level is 250 nwb/m for NCT 112, the recording level will be higher than 4 dB for NCT 112 (160nwb/m). When adjusting, pay carefully attention to the type of tape used. (5) Provide yourself with the following measuring devides: AC millivoltmeter Low-frequency oscillator Attenuator Oscilloscope (6) Adjust both right and left channels unless other wise specified. (7) Turn the DOLBY NR switch off unless otherwize specified. (8) Warm up the unit for several minutes before adjustment. In particular, be sure to warm up the unit in the REC/PLAY mode for 3 to 5 minutes before starting recording/playback frequency characteristics adjustment. (9) Always follow the indicated adjustment order. Otherwise, a complete adjustment may not be achieved.

7 List of Adjustments
Playback Section
(1) Tape Speed Confirmation (2) Head Azimuth Adjustment (3) Playback Level Adjustment
B

Recording Section
(1) Recording Bias Adjustment (2) Recording Level Adjustment

PLAY BACK
250 3dB 10k 3dB 12.5k

4dB

RECORDING
12.5k 250 3dB 10k 3dB 5dB

Fig. 6-1 Frequency Characteristics


Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. DOLBY and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

0 dB

30s 315 Hz

0 dB: 315 Hz, 250 nwb/m 30 s 6.3 kHz 30 s 10 kHz 30 s 315 Hz 10s .......................................................................................................... 10s 20 dB 12.5 6.3 500 250 125 14 kHz kHz 10 kHz 8 kHz kHz 4 kHz 2 kHz 1 kHz Hz Hz Hz 63 Hz 40 Hz 10s

Fig. 6-2 Test Tape NCT 112

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6.1.2 Playback and Recording section


A

Playback Section
Mode PLAY Input Signal/Test Tape NCT-111 (3 kHz) Adjustment Points VR2701 (DECK ASSY) (Refer to Fig. 6-3) Measurement Points P1 R (CN2507) (DECK ASSY) Adjustment Value Remarks FWD adjustment REV Confirmation ( 3000 Hz +40 40 Hz )

(1) Tape Speed Confirmation


No. 1

3000 Hz

+10 10

Hz

(2) Head Azimuth Adjustment


B

This unit is equipped with auto tape selector. Do not switch between forward and reverse operation with the screwdriver inserted.
No. Mode Input Signal/Test Tape Adjustment Points Head azimuth adjustment Screw (Refer to Fig. 6-3) Measurement Points P3 L (CN2507) P1 R (CN2507) (DECK ASSY) Adjustment Value Max. Playback signal level Remarks After adjustment, apply silicon bond to the head azimuth adjustment screw.

PLAY

NCT-110 test tape (Playback: 10 kHz, 20 dB)

(3) Playback Level Adjustment


Since this adjustment determines playback DolbyNR level, Perform it carefully.
C

No.

Mode

Input Signal/Test Tape

Adjustment Points L ch R ch

Measurement Points P3 L (CN2507) P1 R (CN2507) (DECK ASSY)

Adjustment Value

Remarks

PLAY

NCT-112 test tape (Playback: 315 Hz, 4 dB)

VR2301 VR2302

3.7 dBV

Recording Section

(1) Recording Bias Adjustment


D

After the adjustment, caution should be exercised so as not to become under bias by checking the distortion rate.
No. Mode REC/ PAUSE REC = PLAY Input Signal/Test Tape Input a 315Hz signal to the LINE IN terminal. Load the STD633 test tape and record/playback the 315Hz and 10kHz signals. (see the Note below) Adjustment Points Measurement Points Adjustment Value Remarks

Input signal level L ch R ch

23.7 dBV
P3 L (CN2507) P1 R (CN2507) (DECK ASSY) Repeat adjustment until playback level of the 10kHz signal is within 0dBV 0.5dB from that of the 315Hz signal.

VR2801 VR2802

Note: Set the 10kHz input signal level to the same value as the 315Hz input signal level of step 1.
E

(2) Recording Level Adjustment


No. 1 Mode REC/ PAUSE REC = PLAY Input Signal/Test Tape Input a 315Hz signal to the LINEIN terminal. STD633 test tape and record/ playback the 315Hz signal. Adjustment Points Input signal level L ch R ch Measurement Points Adjustment Value Remarks

7.7 dBV
P3 L (CN2507) P1 R (CN2507) (DECK ASSY) Repeat recording, playback and adjustment until playback level of the 315Hz signal becomes 7.7dBV0.5dB.

VR2401 VR2402

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17

W246
1 W228

W247 W248
3 1

C2261

C2262

W219 GNDA

C2209

GNDA W218

C2254

C2255

ICT FC

W225

CN2506

F2202 PRINTED SIDE

F2201 PRINTED SIDE

DI P

W220 W227

VA12 C2251 W249 MS W250 D2201 W251 VREF W253 VREF C2203
IC2201

17.RECL PBL 15.GNDA PBR RECR

W230 W223

C2215

W252 GNDA GNDA W231 W232 VA12 W233 W221 C2206 W254 W255 C2208 W256 W257
W236 GNDA

DECK ASSY

C2216

C2204

W234 C2205

XPBMUTE DOL ON\OFF 10.RECMUTE PB/XREC XBEATCUT BIAS DGND 5.VA+12 VA+12 MS VB+12 1.GNDB

GNDA

W237

VREF W258

W238 C2202

W235 VA12

W222

C2207 C2201 VA12


W259

Rch

REC LEVEL

C2314 W224

C2307

L2404

C2807

C2409

W243

C2410

L2403

Q2805 C2408 W244 Q2803 Q2302


D2306

Production Code

C2425

IC2401

C2407

C2406
C2405 C2420 C2419 D2305

Q2301

L2401

L2402

C2422

R2805 R2806 R2803 Q2801 L2802

C2421

BIAS

1 OPEN

BIAS

D2304

C2808

Q2802

VR2802

Adj.

C2802

C2804

C2810

L2801

DECK ASSY

C2806

C2805

VR2801 (Lch)

PRINTED

VR2801
6 Q2806 C2809

VR2802 (Rch)

Rch

CN2302

CN2301

4 D2301 D2303

D2302

OPEN

VR2401 (Lch)

VR2401 VR2402

W229

MECHANISM UNIT

FWD Azimuth Adjustment Screw

REV Azimuth Adjustment Screw

XNP3061-A
RCH

CN2507 (DECK TP)

PB LEVEL Adj.

VR2402 (Rch)

6
C2217

REC LEVEL

Fig. 6-3 Adjustment and Measurement Points

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CN2507
R 3

DECK TP

5 4

5 4

IC2202

1 2

1 2

VR2301

7
1 L

VR2302

PB LEVEL

VR2301 (Lch)

SIDE A

VR2302 (Rch)

103
E D C A F
17 CONTACT SIDE Rch C2312 C2310 C2308 IC2301 W239 R2321 VREF W240

LCH

C2210

D2256 BIG Lch C2311 C2309 W241 W242 GNDA C2404

W263

CMKS-P3X

C2218 W261 VA12 W260 VREF

VA12 Lch C2403

Adj.

C2418

C2417

1 2

Lch

C2803

C2801

BIG

W262

SIDE

6.2 TUNER SECTION


A

AM Tuner Section
There is no adjustment in the AM tuner.

FM Tuner Section
B

Set the mode selector to FM BAND. Connect the wiring as shown in Fig. 1. Step No.
1

Adjustment Title
T-METER Adjustment

ANT. Input level and signal condition Input Level Frequency Modulation (dBV) (MHz)
98 OFF 80

Adjustment Adjust point


L201

Contents
Adjust L201 so that the DC voltage between Pin 21 and Pin 23 of IC201 (Test point Vtm) gets within 0 50mV.

MPX SG

FM SG FM75 antenna terminal

PRODUCT

DC Voltmeter

Fig.1 Adjustment Wiring Diagram

C FM/AM TUNER MODULE


D

L201

IC201
E

pin 21 pin 23

SIDE B
Fig.2 Adjustment Point

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6.3 DVD SECTION ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ana LOCATION


Adjustment Items
[Mechanism Part]
1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment 2 DVD Jitter Adjustment 1 2 Tangential adjustment screw 1 2 Radial adjustment screw

Adjustment Points (Mechanism Part)


A

Cautions: After adjustment, adjustment screw locks with the Screw tight.

[Electrical Part]
Electrical adjustments are not required.

6.4 JIGS and MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Screwdriver (large)

Screwdriver (medium)

TV monitor

Test mode remote control unit (GGF1381)

Screw tight (GYL1001)

Precise screwdriver

DVD test disc (GGV1025)

Soldering iron

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6.5 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS


A

When
Exchange Parts of Mechanism Assy
Exchange the Pickup

Adjustment Points
After adjustment, screw locks with the Screw tight.

Mechanical ~, point Electric point

Exchange the Traverse Mechanism

Mechanical point Electric point

Exchange the Spindle Motor

Mechanical point Electric point

After adjustment, screw locks with the Screw tight.

Exchange PCB Assy


Exchange PC Board

Mechanical point Electric point

LOAB and DVDM ASSY


D

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6.6 TEST MODE


A

The TEST MODE functions that are used only during adjustment are described here. For details, see "7.1.1 TEST MODE".

TEST MODE: ON
Power
ESC TEST

POWER
GGF1381 Test mode remote control unit
B

ON

TEST MODE: DISC SET


<TRAY OPEN>
OPEN/CLOSE
(Player)

CHECK

DVD Tuner Deck


DVD disc OPEN/CLOSE
(Player)

DVD, CD

C
DSC - &&&

TEST MODE: PLAY


<PLAY>

TV/LDP
D

An address is displayed

CAUTION: Perform only trace, video and audio outputs are nothing.

< When playback with the target address of disc (DVD)>


For example, when playback with # 30000 During PLAY +10 3 0 0 0 0 CHP/TIM Press keys in order
E

030000

TEST MODE: OFF


Power
POWER OR
GGF1381 Test mode remote control unit ESC

OFF

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6.7 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT


A

1 Tangential and Radial Height Coarse Adjustment START


Remove the Loading Mecha. Assy. Remove a Spacer for height adjustment attached to the back side (shaded area) of the Loading Mecha. Assy (Float Base) with nippers.
B
Loading Mecha. Assy

Cautions: Because there is not a Spacer for height adjustment in adjustment after the second time, will keep it at need. (This parts is Traverse mechanism exclusive use of a model for 2003 years) 7.3mm

Float Base

Put a spacer between a Tangential (or Radial) adjustment screw and Mechanism Base and turn each screw to adjust the height. (Refer to "6.3 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION".)
Spacer for Height adjustment

Note: Before removing the flexible cable for the pickup, soldering of the pickup circuit is necessary. For details, see "7.1.13 DISASSEMBLY".

Turn a flat side into bottom

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2 DVD Jitter Adjustment


Playback method of inner and outer address for the purpose is refererd to "6.4 TEST MODE". Jitter indication of the monitor is refererd to "7.1.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE". Use disc: GGV1025
A

START
Test mode Play the DVD test disc at outer track (around #200000) Mechanism Assy Adjust the Tangential Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum. Play the DVD test disc at inner track (around #30000)

J : Min
B

Mechanism Assy Adjust the Radial Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.

J : Min

J: ----

Monitor Player

Play the DVD test disc at outer track (around #200000)

Mechanism Assy

CHECK
Turn the POWER OFF in case of NG once, and perform the adjustment once again.

NG

Confirm the error rate that is displayed "OK" (Example ERROR RATE: 6.6oe - 6 OK )

Readjust the Tangential Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.

J : Min
E

K
If error rate is OK, locks a root of tangential and radial adjustment screws with the Screw tight. Screw tight: GYL1001 Test mode end Disc playback normally. The measurement of block error rate

ESC ESC 5

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
A

7.1.1 TEST MODE Test Mode Functional Specification


1 Test mode entry
In the power ON state, press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key and [TEST / RANDOM] (A8-5E) key in order of the Test mode remote control unit. Light the all FL and LEDs, and goes out the FL and LEDs when pressing the keys of something. OSD displays test mode. Refer to the "7.1.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE".

2 Release the Test mode


B

Turn off the power. Press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key of the remote control unit and reset it.

3 Tray open / close


Press the [REPEAT A-B] (A8 - 48) key of the remote control unit. Press the [OPEN / CLOSE] key of the main unit from the stop state.

4 Playback stop
1. Press the [REPEAT] (A8 - 44) key of the remote control unit from the playback state. 2. Press the [STOP] key of the remote control unit or main unit from the playback state. (Playback stops, but the loaded disc keeps rotating.)

5 LD ON
C

DVD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [1] (A8-01) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (650n). CD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [4] (A8-04) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (780n).

6 Focus on / sweep
1. Lock the focus by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [2] (A8-02) keys in order. 2. Repeat focus sweep by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [3] (A8-03) keys in order.

7 Spindle FG servo
CAV : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [5] (A8-05) keys in order,then rise up the spindle and FG servo becomes on. CLV : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [9] (A8-09) keys in order,then rise up the spindle and FG servo becomes on.

8 Tracking open / close


D

1. Open tracking by pressing the [STEP FWD] (A8-54) key of the remote control unit in the play state. 2. Close tracking by pressing the [STEP REV] (A8-50) key of the remote control unit in the play state.

9 Slider servo on/off


1. Turn on the slider servo by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [CX] (A8-0E) keys in order. 2. Turn off the slider servo by pressing the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [TV/LDP] (A8-0F) keys in order.

0 Slider in / out
Slider in : In the tracking off state, press the [SCAN REV] (A8-11) key of the remote control unit. Slider out : In the tracking off state, press the [SCAN FWD] (A8-10) key of the remote control unit.
E

- Play (perform only the ID search and trace to the specified location)
Press the [TV/LDP] (A8-0F) key of the remote control unit from the stop state. Perform only trace, video and audio outputs are nothing.

= Screen display ON/OFF


1. Turn off the display by pressing the [AUDIO] (A8-1E) key of the remote control unit. 2. Turn on the display by pressing the [DISPLAY] (A8-43) key of the remote control unit.

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1. Search address input entry It becomes the address input mode when pressing the [+10] (A8-1F) key. (Most significant digit of an address displays "<".) In this time, display the last address as the initial state. 2. Search address input Press the [0] to [9] (A8-00 to 09) keys of the remote control unit. In the DVD, set an address with hexadecimal. In the address input mode, turn to the hexadecimal input by pressing the [PROGRAM] (A8-4C) key (display a "" mark), and [1] to [6] keys are each input as A to F. Hexadecimal input and decimal input can switch with toggle. In case of CD, perform only the absolute time search. 3. Search execution Press the [CHP/TM] (A8-13) key of the remote control unit. After the search, perform only trace and video and audio outputs are nothing. 4. Release the Search address input Clear the address by pressing the [CLEAR] (A8-45) key. Release the address input mode when pressing the [CLEAR] key once again.
A

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Display Specification of the Test Mode


A

Character in bold : Item name : Information display 1 5 6 13

2 3 7 8 9 12 14 15 16 17 18 19

10 11

1 Address indication The address being traced is displayed in number. (as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.) DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits) [ ] CD : A-TIME (min. sec.) [0 0 0 0 ]
C

0 Disc sensing [DSC ] The type of discs loaded is displayed. [DVD], [CD ], [VCD], [ ] - Jitter value [J ] = Version of the AV-1 chip / version of firmware [AV: / ] ~ Version of the FL controller [FL: ] ! Region setting of the player [REG: ] Setting value : [1] to [6] @ Destination setting of the FL controller [MDL: / ] Four characters in the front represent the type of model. Three characters in the back represent the destination code. J: /J, K: /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R: /RL/RD, RAM : /RAM, LB: /LB, WY: /WY # Part number of the flash ROM and system controller [ / ] $ Version of the flash ROM [V: . ] Flash ROM size [FLASH = ] % Revision of the system controller [S: . / . ] version . revision / build number of the ST core ^ Revision of the DVD mechanism controller [M: / ] Kinds of version / firmware of the FE. RAM or ROM

2 Code indication of remote control unit [R ] In case of double code, display a 2nd code. 3 Main unit keycode indication [K ] 5 Tracking status [TRKG ] Tracking on : [ON] Tracking off : [OFF] 6 Spindle status [SPDL ] [OFF], [ACC/BRK], [CAV], [CLV]

7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M ] Unknown : [01] or [41] Open state : [04] Close state : [08] During opening : [12] During closing : [22] 8 Slider position [S ] In Side Switch ON : [01] In Side Switch OFF : [00]
E

9 Output video system [V ] NTSC system : [NTSC] PAL system : [PAL] Automatic setting : [AUTO] Scart terminal output [SK ] (Display only the WY model which can do the output setting of scart terminal.) VIDEO : [00] S-VIDEO : [01] RGB : [02]

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Functional Specification of the Shortcut key


Only during normal playback, the following shortcut keys can be assigned by pressing a required key after pressing the ESC key of the remote control unit. To quit, press the ESC key Command Contents
Memory clear and resion / revision indication Average value measurement of DVD error rate CD error rate measurement Aspect : Pan scan Aspect : Letter box Aspect : Wide Digital : AC3 Digital : AC-3 > PCM Virtual surround : OFF Virtual surround : TruSurround Digital output ON Digital output OFF DTS Digital output ON DTS Digtal output OFF Scart terminal output : VIDEO Scart terminal output : S-VIDEO Scart terminal output : RGB Progressive OFF Progressive ON Audio 5.1 CH ON FL indication of EDC / ID error FL indication of ID number ZOOM ON (X4) ZOOM OFF Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.) Model information indication Background color change Audio last stage mute ON Audio last stage mute OFF Title search Input mode IN Title No. input Search execution Region confimation mode Only for progressive models Only for models having the corresponding functions WY, models equipped with Scart terminal Only for models having the corresponding functions

Conditions

Remote Control Remote Key Name Control Code


CLEAR (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 REPEAT A REPEAT B STEP FWD STEP REV AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE R_SKIP F_SKIP KD_ENTER CX (1) STEREO (1) ZOOM < X3 (1) CHP/TIM (1) CHAP (1) +10 (1) 9 0 SIDE A (1) Numbers (1) PLAY (1) AUDIO (1) Numbers (1) A8-45 A8-05 A8-05 AF-A2 AF-A3 AF-A4 AF-A5 AF-A6 AF-A7 AF-A8 AF-E8 AF-E4 AF-B7 AF-B8 AF-BE AF-36 AF-B5 A3-9D A3-9C AF-EF A8-0E A8-4A AF-37 A8-59 A8-13 A8-40 A8-1F AF-A9 AF-A0 A8-4D A8-00 to A8-09 A8-17 A8-1E A8-01 to A8-08

Service mode indication (ESC + CHP/TIM keys)


ID Address The error rate is always displayed in exponential notation, e.g., . e - , for both DVDs and CDs. EDC/ID/AV 1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID/AV 1 Error, last eight errors) Self-diagnosis functions (If a mechanical error has occurred, the mechanical-error history is also displayed.)

1 : Test mode remote control unit

Calculation of the average error rate (ESC + "5" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
The average of the last eight error rates is calculated and indicated in exponential notation. After the calculation is completed, "OK" or "NG" is displayed. If "NG" is displayed, the disc tray will open (for both DVDs and CDs) For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less

Indication of model information (ESC + CHAP keys)


The items from 12 to 19 of the TEST MODE Indications are displayed. However, in the indications, S in the standard test mode is changed to B.E VERSION, and M is changed to F.E VERSION. For details, see 7.1.4.

Change of the background colors (ESC + "+10" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
Every time the keys are pressed, the background color is changed between blue and green alternately. (The green background is used in SETUP NAVIGATOR.)

Region confirmation mode (ESC + AUDIO [Test mode remote control unit] + "1"-"8" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
After you press the AUDIO key while holding the ESC key pressed and then input the region number, if the number is different from that set in the unit, an error message is displayed, and the tray opens.

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Specification of Model Information Display


A

To display model information : Press the ESC key then the CHAP key. To close the model information display : Press the ESC key.

Display contents

2 12 11 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Character in bold : Item name : Information display

1 Model name Display it according to model information set from the FL controller. 2 Destination indication Display it according to model information set from the FL controller. 3 Region No. 4 Part number 5 ROM version 6 Flash size 7 FL controller version 8 CHIP VERSION Version of ST CHIP CUT ID / JTAG ID (two columns) (eight columns) 9 B.E VERSION Version of BACK END (version of ST core software) . / softwareVersion . softwareRevision / buildNumber 0 F.E VERSION Version of FRONT END (version of mechanism controller CHIP software) / MainVersion / Kinds of firmware RAM or ROM - Remote control code = Key code of Main unit

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Functional Specification of the Service Mode


EDC / ID error FL display (shortcut function)
EDC/ID error is displayed on the FL display if you press the CX key while holding the ESC key on the TEST MODE remote control unit pressed. To quit while an EDC/ID error is displayed, press the ESC key. FL display 00 /00 / 01 : Lights when an AV1 error was generated at least once. Number of sites where an EDC or ID error was generated Number of retrials while an ID error is being generated (only displayed at the moment when an error is being generated), and for the ST models, the number of retrials made for the latest ID error Number of retrials while an EDC error is being generated (only displayed at the moment when an error is being generated), and the number of retrials made for the latest EDC error
B A

Display during Service Mode


To enter Service Mode, press the CHP/TIM key while holding the ESC key pressed. To quit, press the ESC key. Service mode display 1 ID Address 2 Error rate (always displayed), in exponential notation () Number of error rates 02: Indicates use of the same method as for the 02 models, No indication: Indicates use of the method used for models before the 02 model 3 EDC/ID/AV1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID/AV1 errors, last eight errors) Description of AV1 errors BIT0: In BE code, an EDC error, FEC I/F buffer overflow, or "not valid" is generated (B.E error) BIT1: In BE code, the ID is different from that of the target (B.E error) BIT2: An error was generated in FE-added 2-byte EDC data. (F.E error) 4 Self-diagnosis functions Whether F.E is normal or not is checked. FE OK: No abnormality in F.E FE Error: Abnormality is recognized in F.E. Pressing the CHP/TIM key again displays the mechanical error history. Each press of the CHP/TIM key changes the displays between the mechanical error history and the Service Mode display. For details on the mechanical error history, refer to the addendum.
D

Indication plan contents


3 1 2 4

AV1 ERR 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

BIT 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

Character in bold : Item name : Information display


F

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7.1.2 DISPLAY OF THE MECHANISM ERROR HISTORY Mechanical Error History


A

Only if a mechanical error (FE error) has been generated, a mechanical error history containing up to the last eight errors is displayed if you press the CHP/TIM key in Service Mode. Errors are displayed in descending order, with the latest one at the top. Description of the mechanical error history 1 Error number The first two digits are for the error code, and the second two digits are for the servo state. Servo State Error Code

Note: When an error has been generated, if the servo state is "Disc judge," the disc tray opens, and if the servo state is other than "Disc judge," the unit stops (excluding a case of a device error with the error code 0xd).

2 Error number The elapsed time from the time when the system was turned on until an error was generated is displayed. Note: If a later error time is shorter than the previous error time, it means that the unit was turned off then on again. 3 Description of errors Error messages are displayed. Example: If the error code is 0x13 (Focus lost timeout) and the servo state is 0x05 (Disc judge), the message becomes "Focus lost timeout in Disc judge."

Indication contents
1 1 2 3 2 3

List of the error codes


FOCUS ERROR Focus on error Focus off error Focus lost error Focus balance adjust error Focus gain adjust error Focus sweep error Focus reflection error TRACKING ERROR Tracking on error Tracking off error Tracking lost error Tracking balance adjust error Tracking gain adjust error STEPPING ERROR Stepping on error Stepping off error Stepping lost error Stepping move error SPINDLE ERROR Spindle on error Spindle off error Spindle lost error Spindle CAV error Spindle CLV error ACQUISITION ERROR PLL lost error DECODER ERROR ID lost error DEVICE ERROR 0x0 0x01 0x02 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x06 0x07 0x2 0x21 0x22 0x23 0x24 0x25 0x4 0x41 0x42 0x43 0x44 0x6 0x61 0x62 0x63 0x64 0x65 0x8 0x83 0xa 0xa3 0xd 0xd1 FOCUS TIMEOUT Focus on timeout Focus off timeout Focus lost timeout Focus balance adjust timeout Focus gain adjust timeout Focus sweep timeout Focus reflection timeout TRACKING TIMEOUT Tracking on timeout Tracking off timeout Tracking lost timeout Tracking balance adjust timeout Tracking gain adjust timeout STEPPING TIMEOUT Stepping on timeout Stepping off timeout Stepping lost timeout Stepping move timeout SPINDLE TIMEOUT Spindle on timeout Spindle off timeout Spindle lost timeout Spindle CAV timeout Spindle CLV timeout ACQUISITION TIMEOUT PLL lost timeout DECODER TIMEOUT ID lost timeout 0x1 0x11 0x12 0x13 0x14 0x15 0x16 0x17 0x3 0x31 0x32 0x33 0x34 0x35 0x5 0x51 0x52 0x53 0x54 0x7 0x71 0x72 0x73 0x74 0x75 0x9 0x93 0xb 0xb3

List of the servo states


0x00 0x01 0x02 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x06 0x07 0x08 0x09 0x0A 0x0B 0x0C 0x0D 0x0E 0x0F Tray open Tray moving Reset Stop (inside position) Stop (any position) Braking for stop New disc Disc judge Reserved 1 Playing Start up Seeking Pausing Reading BCA Reserved 2

Note : 0 x & & code (Only this part is displayed to a display)

SRAM error

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Error Code Table


Error Name FOCUS ERROR (0 x 0) Focus on error Focus off error Focus lost error Focus balance adjust error Focus gain adjust error Focus sweep error Focus reflection error FOCUS TIMEOUT (0 x 1) Focus on timeout Focus off timeout Focus lost timeout Focus balance adjust timeout Focus gain adjust timeout Focus sweep timeout TRACKING ERROR (0 x 2) Tracking on error Tracking off error Tracking lost error Tracking balance adjust error Tracking gain adjust error Tracking jump error TRACKING TIMEOUT (0 x 3) Tracking on timeout Tracking off timeout Tracking lost timeout Tracking balance adjust timeout Tracking gain adjust timeout Tracking jump timeout STEPPING ERROR (0 x 4) Stepping on error Stepping off error Stepping lost error 0 x 41 Stepping on could not be completed 0 x 42 Stepping off could not be completed 0 x 43 Stepping servo is lost Do move to inner and outer periphery 1. Stepping motor of the stepping in the test mode? 2. Inside switch Do indicate "S-04" at the most inner 3. Driver periphery of the stepping? 1. Pickup 2. Driver 3. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Driver 3. Front End IC 0 x 31 Did timeout at tracking on 0 x 32 Did timeout at tracking off 0 x 33 Did timeout at tracking backup 0 x 34 Did timeout at ATB 0 x 35 Did timeout at AGC 0 x 36 Did timeout at tracking jump Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? 1. Pickup 1. Pickup 1. Pickup Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? 1. Pickup 2. Driver 3. Front End IC 0 x 21 Tracking on could not be completed 0 x 22 Tracking off could not be completed 0 x 23 Tracking servo is lost 0 x 24 ATB could not be completed 0 x 25 AGC could not be completed 0 x 26 Tracking jump could not be completed 1. Pickup 1. Pickup 1. Pickup 1. Pickup 2. Driver 3. Front End IC 0 x 11 Did timeout at focus on 0 x 12 0 x 13 0 x 14 0 x 15 0 x 16 Did timeout at focus off Did timeout at focus backup Did timeout at AFB Did timeout at AGC Are not there a dirt or a scratch in 1. Pickup the Disc? Does LD become weak? 2. Driver Does the lens move up and down? 3. Front End IC 0 x 01 Focus on could not be completed 0 x 02 Focus off could not be completed 0 x 03 Focus servo is lost 0 x 04 AFB on could not be completed 0 x 05 Focus AGC could not be completed 0 x 06 0 x 07 Dimensions of S curve did not reach to the aim value Does LD become weak? 1. Pickup Are not there a dirt or a scratch in 1. Pickup the Disc? Does LD become weak? 2. Driver Does the lens move up and down? 3. Front End IC Unknown Are not there a dirt or a scratch in 1. Pickup the Disc? Does LD become weak? No. Causes Check Item Possibility of Trouble Remarks

Stepping move error STEPPING TIMEOUT (0 x 5) Stepping on timeout Stepping off timeout Stepping lost timeout

0 x 44 Stepping could not move

0 x 51 Did timeout at stepping on 0 x 52 Did timeout at stepping off 0 x 53 Did timeout at stepping backup

Stepping move timeout

0 x 54 Did timeout at stepping movement

Do move to inner and outer periphery 1. Stepping motor of the stepping in the test mode? 2. Inside switch Do indicate "S-04" at the most inner 3. Driver periphery of the stepping?

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Error Name

No.

Causes

Check Item

Possibility of Trouble

Remarks

SPINDLE ERROR (0 x 6) Spindle on error Spindle off error Spindle lost error Spindle CAV error Spindle CLV error SPINDLE TIMEOUT (0 x 7) Spindle on timeout Spindle off timeout Spindle lost timeout 0 x 71 Did timeout at spindle on 0 x 72 Did timeout at spindle stop 0 x 73 Did timeout at spindle backup Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Is FG output from the driver? 1. Spindle motor 2. Spindle driver 0 x 61 Spindle on could not be completed 0 x 62 Spindle off could not be completed 0 x 63 Spindle lost control 0 x 64 CAV on could not be completed 0 x 65 CLV on could not be completed

B
Spindle CAV timeout Spindle CLV timeout ACQUISITION ERROR (0 x 8) PLL lost error ACQUISITION TIMEOUT (0 x 9) PLL lost timeout DECODER ERROR (0 x a) ID lost error 0 x a3 ID is not readable 0 x 93 Did timeout at PLL backup 0 x 83 PLL is lost 0 x 74 Did timeout at CAV on 0 x 75 Did timeout at CLV on

Is spindle rotating? 1. Spindle motor Is FG output from the driver? 2. Spindle driver Is the PDM output from Front End? 3. Front End IC

Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc?

1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. SRAM 2. Front End IC 3. Front End-SRAM bus line 1. software runaway 3. Software bug

DECODER TIMEOUT (0 x b) ID lost timeout DEVICE ERROR (0 x d) SRAM error FAILSAFE (0 x e) Unexpected error 0 x e1 Unexpected error 0 x d1 Cannot access SRAM Power supply of SRAM Is not bus line short-circuiting? 0xb3 Did timeout at ID backup

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7.1.3 ID NUMBER AND ID DATA SETTING


Caution: For the DVD players compatible with DVD-RW, for playback of a DVD-RW disc (CPRM), it is necessary that an individual ID number and ID data are set for each player. If the ID number and ID data be not properly set in the manner described below, future operations cannot be guaranteed. The ID number is written on the yellow label at the rear panel of the player. If there is no yellow label, before downloading FLASH ROM, take note of the ID number set following the procedures outlined in "ID Number Confirmation Mode" on the next page. Note: Enter ID numbers while the unit is in Stop mode so that the values set will be immediately written to the flash ROM. The following operations are all made with the TEST MODE remote control unit (GGF1381).
A

ID Number Input Mode


1 To enter ID Number Input Mode, with no ID number set, such as in a case of immediately after upgrading the firmware, press the ESC key then the STEREO key. Note: If a previous ID number and ID data, such as a factorypreset ID number and ID data, are maintained, the unit enters ID Number Confirmation Mode when the above keys are pressed. However, if only an ID number is maintained, the unit enters ID Data Input Mode. 2 Enter a 9-digit ID number. The ID number is also displayed on the FL display. 3 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has been input deletes one digit. 6 6 This display appears when the PLAY key is pressed in Step 4. Enter a 9-digit number to compare. The number is also displayed on the FL display. 7 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, the unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything else. Each press of this key after a number has been input deletes one digit.
B

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? 000000001 Compare >


C

2 3

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? >--------<CLEAR> Exit

Input ID Number !

Input ID Number !

8 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit compares the numbers input in Steps 2 and 6, and only if the numbers match, that number is set as the ID. Then the unit automatically enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number Input Mode. Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID number, the unit returns to Step 6 without doing anything else.
D

4 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit enters Compare mode. Enter the same ID number again. Only if your two input numbers match, the ID number is set. Compare mode helps eliminate mistyping of the ID number. Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID number, the unit returns to Step 2 without doing anything else. 5 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the SEARCH key, the unit unconditionally sets the input number as the ID number. Then the unit automatically enters Player's Data Input Mode. (The SEARCH key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been entered.)

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? 000000001 Compare > 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 OK?


8

<PLAY> Enter Input ID Number !


E

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? > 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 OK ?


4 5

<PLAY> Compare Mode <SEARCH> Enter Input ID Number !

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ID Number Confirmation Mode


A

1 To enter ID Number Confirmation Mode after the ID number and the ID data are set, press the ESC key then the STEREO key. 2 The ID number already set is displayed. (It is also displayed on the FL display.) 3 Enter a 9-digit number for comparison. This is not required when you only wish to check the ID number visually. (The number is also displayed on the FL display.) 4 By pressing the CLEAR key without having input a number, you can exit this mode. Each press of this key after a number has been input deletes one digit.

Indication of an ID number already set


An ID number already set is displayed in the following cases: 1) When the ESC key then the CLEAR key are pressed, user settings are cleared, then the ID number set is displayed on the screen. In this case, the ID number is not displayed on the FL display. 2) When the unit enters ID Number Confirmation Mode by your pressing the ESC key then the CLEAR key, the ID number set is displayed. In this case, the ID number is also displayed on the FL display. If you only need to confirm the ID number, you can exit this mode by pressing the CLEAR key or turning off the power.

2 3 4

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [000000001] Compare > <CLEAR> Exit Input ID Number !

Indication when no ID number is set


If no ID number is set, the message "No ID Number!" flashes on the screen and FL display for a few seconds after the power is turned on or during Stop mode.

5 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the PLAY key, the unit compares the number entered in Step 2 with the ID number set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically exits ID Number Confirmation Mode. If an ID data has not been entered, the unit enters ID DATA Input Mode. If the numbers do not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits ID Number Confirmation Mode. Note: If you press the PLAY button before inputting a 9-digit ID number, the unit returns to Step 4 without doing anything else. 6 After entering all 9 digits, if you press the STOP key, the unit compares the number entered in Step 3 with the ID number set, and only if the numbers match, the unit automatically deletes the ID number and exits this mode. If the numbers do not match, the disc tray is opened, and the unit exits this mode. (The STOP key is not accepted after all 9 digits have been entered.)

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [000000001] Compare > 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 OK?


5 6

<PLAY> Enter <STOP> Memory Clear Input ID Number !

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ID DATA Input Mode


1 To enter ID DATA Input Mode, with the ID number set, press the ESC key then the STEREO key. 2 When the STEREO key is pressed, the unit enters ID DATA Input Mode. 5 When writing of the data read from the disc to flash ROM is completed, "Rom Write OK!" is displayed. After seeing this message, you can exit this mode by pressing the CLEAR key. Note: Whether or not the data have been written to flash ROM can be confirmed by watching for the message "Rom Write OK!" being displayed after the disc is read.
A

[Player's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [000000001] Compare >


2

[Player's Data Input Mode]

Rom Write OK! <CLEAR> Exit


B

<CLEAR> Exit <STEREO> ID Data Setting Mode Input ID Number !

3 If the DVD DATA DISC (GGV1085) is loaded in this mode, the unit automatically starts reading the data. (If the ID DISC has already been loaded, the unit does not start reading the data. In this case, open then close the tray.) 4 To exit this mode, press the CLEAR key. While data are being read from the DVD DATA DISC (GGV1085), you cannot exit this mode.

6 If the data cannot be read from the disc, "Disc Error!" is displayed on the screen, and the disc is ejected.

[Player's Data Input Mode]

[Player's Data Input Mode]


6

Disc Error! <CLEAR> Exit

<CLEAR> Exit Insert The ID Data Disc !


D

Indication when the data have not been set


If no ID data are set after the ID number is changed, the message "NO ID DATA" flashes on the screen and FL display for a few seconds after the power is turned on or during Stop mode.

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7.1.4 TROUBLE SHOOTING Microcomputer Section (IF/AF Assy : IC5501)


A

Symptom

Possible Cause
The microcomputer was not reset.

Check Method
Check if the level of the terminal XRESET (Pin 8) is "H." If it is not, check the RESET circuit. Check if the AC pulse is input to Pin 4 of the AC input terminal. If it is not, check the AC pulse generation circuit. The microcomputer or the oscillation circuit is broken. Change the microcomputer or the oscillation circuit. If the voltage at Pin 17 of the VDET terminal of the microcomputer is either 0.5 Vdd or less or 0.85 Vdd or more, adjust so that it stays between 0.5 and 0.85 Vdd. Check that the terminal (Pins 23-25, 29, and 30) for communication with the DVD microcomputer is live, and if it is not, check if the flexible cable is disconnected. Check if an "H" signal is output to Pin 93 of the XDVDRST terminal. If no operation key has been pressed, check if the voltage at Pins 18 of the KEY input terminal is 5 V. If it is not, check if the operation switch on the line is in failure.

The unit cannot be turned on.

The AC pulse is not input. The oscillation circuit of the microcomputer does not function. If the Function is DVD, the voltage of the VDET input (Pin 17) is either 0.5 Vdd* or less or 0.85 Vdd* or more. The voltage of the PROTECT input (Pin 22) is 0.71 Vdd* or less.

The unit shuts itself off soon after it is turned on.


B

DVD does not operate at all. Time is not displayed in FL display during DVD function.

Communication with the DVD microcomputer has not been established.

All operation keys are disabled.

The unit recognizes that an operation key has already been pressed.

* Vdd= Approx. 5V (depending on the unit) ex.) 0.85Vdd= 0.85 5 (V) = 4.25 (V)

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DVD Section
No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points
A

An opening screen is not Is the level at both IC5501-pin 67(XDVDRST) and pin66 (DVDON/OFF) com (IF/AF IC5501) displayed on the monitor on the CONTROL Assy "H" ? (The FL display lights. The Check the voltage of CN901-pin 28 and 29 (VPR+8) on the DVDM mechanism does not work.) DVDM Assy CN901 Assy. Check that the following voltages are output : IC411-pin 3 : 1.8V, IC421-pin 3 : 1.8V and IC431-pin 1 : 5V on the DVDM Assy Are resonators (27MHz, 20MHz) on the DVDM Assy oscillating ? Refer to contents of an FE error displayed on the FL display. (SRAM defectiveness, I2C communication line defectiveness, etc.) 1 Each regulator on the DVDM Assy Crystal resonator (DVDM Assy X601 and X301) FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301)
B

Is a signal input into IC601-pin 132 (CE3) on the DVDM Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating for several seconds after the power is turned on ?) BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) Communication with flash ROM Flash ROM (DVDM IC603) Are the signals input into IC602-pin 16 (SMIWE), pin 19 (SMICS0) 64M SDRAM (DVDM IC602) and pin 38 (SMICLK) on the DVDM Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating ?) Communication with flash ROM BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) Is a signal output from IC603-pin 28 (CPU_OE) on the DVDM Assy? (Is a signal fluctuating for several seconds after the power is turned on ?) Flash ROM (DVDM IC603) Is a signal input into IC5501-pin 70 (DVDACK) on the CONTROL Assy? com (IF/AF IC5501) (Is a signal fluctuating ?) Communication with com Is a signal output from IC5501-pin 57 and 58 (SYS_1, 2) on the AF Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating in the range of 0-5V ?) com (IF/AF IC5501)

com (AF IC5501) BACK END Are the signals output from IC5501-pin 23, 24 and 25 on the CONTROL IC (DVDM IC601) Assy? (in the range of 0-5V) communication line An opening screen is not Check the video signal path between BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) and DVDM Assy displayed on the monitor Video circuit (The FL display lights. The video-out terminal after BACK END IC (IC601) (see the block diagram) mechanism does not work.) A tray cannot be opened. (An opening screen is displayed on the monitor) Are wires of CN103 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ? Connector / wire LOADING SW (LOAB S101) BACK END IC (DVDM IC601)
D

Is a LOAD-DRVC signal reaching ? Does the voltage of CN105 pin 1 change by pressing the Inside switch.

Inside switch

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A

Symptoms Playback impossible (no focusing)

Diagnosis Contents Are the signals output from IC101-pin 34 (F_DRV) and pin 35 (F_RTN) on the DVDM Assy ? Does 650-nm LD emit light ? Does a pickup lens move up / down ? Does an actuator spring bend ?

Possible Defective Points FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101)

Pickup Mechanism section Flexible cable / connector

Are plastic parts damaged? Or is a shaft detached? Is the turntable detached or tilted? Is flexible cable of CN101 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ?

Is signal output from IC301-pin 33 (FACT) on the DVDM Assy ? (Device control of about 2.6 V is output usually. It is fluctuated by about FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301) 100 mV with focus up / down.)
B

Playback impossible (Spindle does not turn)

Are the signals output from IC101-pin 12 (A3), pin 13 (A2) and pin 14 (A1) on the DVDM Assy ? Is pin 41 fixed LOW and is pin 38 fixed HIGH ? Is there any part detached from the spindle motor? Or Is there any foreign object lodged in it? Are wires of CN105 (DVDM Assy) disconnected or damaged ? Is signal output from IC301-pin 44 (SPDL_PDM) on the DVDM Assy ?

FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101) Mechanism section (Spindle motor) Flexible cable / connector

Playback impossible (Playback stops)


C

FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301) 650-nm LD deteriorated. Does 650-nm LD deteriorate ? If the voltage at both ends of R201 on the DVDM Assy is 0.7 V or more, (When playback of a DVD is impossible) the 650-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. 780-nm LD deteriorated. Does 780-nm LD deteriorate ? If the voltage at both ends of R211 on the DVDM Assy is 1.5 V or more, (When playback of CD is impossible) the 780-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. Is there abnormality in FG waveform ? Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? FG output : FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101) Disc Disc Disc

Picture disturbance during playback (block noise, freeze, other) No sound (Picture is normal)

Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? Is there a problem with the format of the disc?

8
D

Is signal output from DOUT signal (CN901-pin 21) on the DVDM Assy ? DVDM CN901-pin 21

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7.1.5 DSP TROUBLE SHOOTING (XV-EV61 Only) XV-EV61 Type Only


When a sound is not out in the surround mode with the digital signal input. Suppose C,R parts to be poor contact and that is not damaged. This shows failure analysis of DSP Assy. Step
A

2
IC8901

Step 1
IC8501-pin 21

Is 5V inputting ? Is output signal "L"?


Yes No

No

Check CN8003 and other assemblies.

Replace IC8501.

Yes

Is 3.3V outputting ? CN8007


Yes

No

Replace IC8901.

IC8902 Is connector inserted tightly ?


Yes Yes No

Insert it tightly. Is 1.8V outputting ?


Yes No

Replace IC8902.

CN8011

End Is connector inserted tightly ?


Yes No

Insert it tightly.

End

Step 3
IC8702

Pin 3

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 17 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Pin 5

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 15 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.
E

Pin 7

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 13 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

A
F

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A
A

B
Pin 5

Pin 9

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 11 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 15 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Pin 12

Pin 7

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 8 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 13 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Pin 14

Pin 9

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 6 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 11 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Pin 16

Pin 12

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 4 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 8 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Pin 18

Pin 14

Do perform 3V5V conversion for pin 2 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8702.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 6 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

End

Pin 16

Step 4
IC8701
E

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 4 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Pin 3

Pin 18

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 17 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

Do perform 5V3V conversion for pin 2 ?


Yes

No

Replace IC8701.

B
F

End

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Step 5
A

IC8201

Is SPDIF signal coming? (be different with Function)

Check the DVD/CD (pin 7).


Yes

No

Check the other assemblies. (AF Assy or DVDM Assy)

Yes

Is MCKO1 (pin 23) outputting it?


Yes

No

Is input signal of PDN (pin 31) "H"?


Yes

No

Check the other assemblies. (periphery of microcomputer on the AF Assy)

Do not oscillate of XTO (pin 29)?


Yes

No

Note: X8201 oscillates only in analog input.

Is output signal of INT0 (pin 36) "H"?


Yes

No

Replace IC8201.

Is LRCK (pin 24) outputting it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8201.

Is SDTO (pin 25) outputting it?


Yes

D
No

Replace IC8201.

Is BCK (pin 26) outputting it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8201.

IC8502-pin2
E

Is 20MHz clock outputting it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8502 or X8501.

End

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Step 6
A

Step 7
IC8501 IC8401 Pin 21 Pin 4 Does a signal output it?
Yes No

Does a signal output it?


Yes

Replace IC8401.

No

Replace IC8501.

Pin 22

Pin 5 Does a signal output it? Replace IC8501.


Yes No

Does a signal output it?


Yes

Replace IC8401.

No

Pin 23

Pin 6 Does a signal output it? Replace IC8501.


Yes No

Replace IC8401.

Does a signal output it?


Yes

No

Pin 24

Pin 7 Does a signal output it?


No No

Replace IC8401.

Does a signal output it?


Yes

Replace IC8501.

Yes

Pin 25

End

Does a signal output it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8401.

Pin 26

Does a signal output it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8401.

Pin 27

Does a signal output it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8401.

Pin 28

Does a signal output it?


Yes

No

Replace IC8401.

End

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7.1.6 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON


Reset Start It starts when the XRESET terminal (Pin 8) is "H" level.
A

Initialization routine
Microcomputer initialization

Microcomputer IC (PDC108A) (IF/AF Assy : IC5501)

Model identification

The inputs to Pins 15 are inspected and the model identification is performed.

Demonstration mode permission Yes

No Whether Demonstration mode is entered or not can be determined by inspecting the backup data. The default setting is "Demonstration mode OK."

Demonstration mode

Standby setting
C

Main loop processing

Demonstration mode ?

No

Standby

Yes : Power ON

System power supply on

The level of the SYSPOW terminal (Pin 91) is "H".

DVD microcomputer start-up

Only in DVD function, the level of the XDVD RESET terminal (Pin 67) is "H".

Relay release

The speaker relay is turned on about four seconds after the power is turned on. The level at the RELAY ON/OFF terminal (Pins 86 and 87) are "H." The conditions are different depending on whether the headphones are connected via the Headphones jack, or on the DSP mode. The system mute is released about four seconds after the power is turned on. The level of the XSYSMUTE terminal (Pin 94) is "L". Muting is not released in the following cases. When the main volume is 0.
E

Demonstration mode or Normal power ON mode

If no pulse is input to the AC terminal (Pin 4) for about 60 msec when the microcomputer is in Memory Backup mode, it will not do any processing. The unit will recover from Memory Backup mode if a reset command is input to the XRESET terminal (Pin 8).

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7.1.7 PROTECTION CIRCUIT


A

If the TIMER LED on the front panel flashes, check the protection circuit. Note: If the protection circuit activates, the unit will not recover for 60 seconds even if the AC power cord is disconnected then reconnected. If you activate Service Test mode, the protection circuit becomes invalid, which makes diagnosis easy. (To activate Service Test mode, while connecting SERVICE port (IC5501 pin69)to "+5V", connect AC power cord.) There are three types of operations for the protection circuit, which are indicated on the LCD display when Service Test mode is entered: (Short W138 and W139) POW WNG: The unit was shut down because of an abnormality in the AMP system. (The PROTECT line operates at the MID level.) POW ERR: The unit was shut down because of a failure in the AMP system. (The PROTECT line operates at the LO level.) DVD ERR: The unit was shut down because of a failure in the DVD system. (The VDET line operates at the HI or LO level.)

Conditions for the protect circuit operations


Voltage
B

Conditions
Normal The unit is shut down because of an abnormality. The unit is shut down because of a failure. The unit is shut down because of a failure. Normal The unit is shut down because of an abnormality.

FL display in Service Test mode

HI level PROTECT MID level LO level HI level VDET MID level LO level

>3.55V 1.8V - 3.5V <1.8V >4.25V 3.3V <2.5V

POW ERR DVD ERR DVD ERR

The possible failures for each error message are as follows: POW ERR: The Speaker terminal became overloaded because of short-circuit. (See 1.) The main power supply became LO level because of short-circuit or disconnection of connectors. (See 2.) Disconnection of the FAN connector or interruption of rotation of the fan (See 3.) DC was generated at the output because of a failure in the AMP system, etc. (See 4.) Abnormal temperature was detected by the thermistor. (See 5.) DVD ERR: An error was generated in the main power supply inside the DVDM. (See 6.)

Protection circuit that activates against a POW ERR error


1 When the Speaker terminal becomes overloaded
R3601 1.8k R3607 0

N
A

SP-TERMINAL Assy

EVOL Assy
VD+5 R108 27k

B
R3603 33k D3601

Q3601

Front L ch

GND FL D3603 DAP202K

R3669+5V 22k R3639 27k Q3640


C

to XPROTECT

R3668 Q3639 22k C3633 10/50

B E

In Normal mode, the speaker (6 ohms) is connected between the FL and GND FL points. Because the voltage at Point A is higher than that at Point B, Q3601 does not operate. If the resistance between the FL and GND FL points becomes 1.83 ohms or less, Q3601 begins to operate, Q3639 is turned on, Q3640 (E, C, and B)is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes MID. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. After power off, unit recovers. (no reed to unit for 60 seconds)

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2 When the main power supply becomes LO level because of short-circuit or disconnection of connectors
2 -1 Short-circuit-detection circuit for the amplifier power circuit (+15 V[VP+15], VD+5, -12 V [VA-12]) Circuit for shutting the power off when VP+15, VD+5, or VA-12 is short-circuited to ground (GND) 2 -3 Checking for VA+12 or VM+12 is short to Gnd or Not.
A

IF/AF Assy
DVD+12 VD+12 VA+12 Q8771 2SD2012 VP+15 VA+12 VP+15

C8771 1/50

B2 C2 C2 E2

R8772 10

to XPROTECT C (-com) Q102_1/2 (Q104_1/2)


E

R108 27k
B

R101 (R104) 1k +

B
R102 (R105) 10k

B2

C8773 1/50

VD+5

Q101_1/2 (Q103_1/2)

D101 (D102)

Q102_2/2 (Q104_2/2)

C8772 0.047

E2

Q101_2/2 (Q103_2/2)

R8771 10k

MOD. AMP Assy

VD+5

VH+ (VP+15)

B
R109 820 D8701 to XPROTECT (-com) GNDM D8702

C101 (C102) 1/50

R103 (R106) 10k

D105 (D106) VH (VA12)

In Normal mode, as Q101 (Q103) (E2, B2, C2) and Q102 (Q104) (E2, B2, C2) are on, the voltage at Point A is about 5 V. The voltage at Point B is therefore about the same. As Q101 (Q103) (E, C, B) is off, Q102 (Q104) (E, C, B) is also off. (1) When VH+(VP+15) is short-circuited to GND As the voltage at Point B becomes almost ground potential, and Q101 (Q103) (E, C, B) then Q102 (Q104) (E, C, B) are turned on, the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. (2) When VH-(VA-12) is short-circuited As the electric potential of VE at Q102 (Q104) (E2, C2, B2) becomes the same as that at VB, Q102 (Q104) (E2, C2, B2) is turned off. Following this, Q101 (Q103) (E2, B2, C2) is turned off, which changes the voltage at Points A and B to a value other than 5 V. Therefore, Q101 (Q103) (E, C, B) then Q102 (Q104) (E, C, B) are turned on, the level of XPROTECT becomes low. (3) When VD+5 is short-circuited The level of the XPROTECT line becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. 2 -2 Short-circuit-detection circuit for the DVD power supply (VP+8)

If VFDP is short-circuited to GND, or if the DC electric potential at FL AC1 becomes GND level (in Normal mode: about -27 V) because of a failure in the DC bias circuit of FL AC1, Q107 then Q115 are turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off.

3 When the FAN connector is disconnected or when rotation of the fan is interrupted

MOD. AMP Assy


VD+5 VPF+15 R3654 1.8k
C

to XPROTECT (-com)

R108 27k
C2

D3658 UDZS7.5B
B

Q3651_2/2 RN1901
E2

B2

Q3652 DTA124TK R3657 33(1/4W) FAN+ D3655 1SS355 FAN D3656 S5688G R3656 22k V-12F

+
E

R3658 2.2k

Q3651_1/2 C3652 D3657 47/50 1SS355 RN1901 R3655 8.2k Q3654 2SD2144S

MOD. AMP Assy

VD+5 R108 27k

VP+8 D104 1SS355

XPROTECT

Q106 DTC124EUA Q107 DTA124EUA TUNER

If no fan is connected between FAN+ and FAN-, or when the fan cannot rotate because of a foreign object caught in the blades, the BASE of Q3652 becomes OPEN, and Q3652 and Q3651 (E, C, B) are turned off. Then Q3651 (E2, B2, C2) is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. When FAN+ and FAN- are short-circuited, the electric potential at Point A becomes higher than GND level by the addition of the values at D3656 and D3657. As this value is lower than that at D3658, Q3651 (E, C, B) is turned off, Q3651 (E2, B2, C2) is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low.

As the TUNER line is fixed to GND level, Q107 is always on. If the level at VP+8 falls to GND level because of short-circuit, etc., Q106 is turned on, and the level of the XPROTECT line becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off.

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4 When DC is generated at the output because of a failure in the AMP system, etc.
A

5 When abnormally high temperature is detected by the thermistor


5 -1 IC81 abnormal temperature detection circuit
VD+5 IC81 TH111 NCP18WF104J03RB

N
R3605 (R3625) (R3615) 27k

SP-TERMINAL Assy
+5V Q3632
E B

K
VD+5

EVOL Assy

R108 27k

Front L ch (SW, SL) Front R ch (C, SR)

A
C

XPROTECT R111 1k

R113 220 R112 1k

to XPROTECT Q111 2SC4081

Q3637 R3606 (R3626) (R3616) 27k R3638 10k + C3632 470/6.3

Q3638

Q3633

In Normal mode, both Q3637 and Q3638 are off. (1) When positive (+) DC voltage is generated at the SP terminal When positive (+) DC voltage is generated at the L or R channel, and VB of Q3637 becomes higher than that at the operation point, Q3632 (E, C, B) is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. (2) When negative (-) DC voltage was generated at the SP terminal Q3638 is turned on, and XPROTECT is activated.

The voltage at Point A becomes the divided voltage of TH111 and R111//R112 (combined resistance of parallel-connected resistors R111 and R112.) In Normal mode, the resistance at TH111 is much higher than R111//R112, and Q111 is off. (Note that the resistance at TH111 becomes lower as the temperature increases.) If the solder temperature at IC81 increases abnormally, the temperature at TH111 (thermistor) mounted closest to the land of IC81 increases accordingly, and the resistance at TH111 decreases. When the temperature at TH111 reaches 90-110_C (varying according to conditions,) the voltage at Point (A) becomes high enough to turn Q111 on, and the level of the XPROTECT line becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. 5 -2 D22 abnormal temperature detection circuit If the solder temperature at D22 becomes abnormally high because of short-circuiting between AC - and +, or AC - and -, this protection circuit is activated.
VFL+5 D22 TH131 NCP18WF104J03RB

D
R131 560 1%

R133 220 R132 680 1%

to XPROTECT Q131 2SC4081

The voltage at Point A becomes the divided voltage of TH131 and R131//R132 (combined resistance of parallel-connected resistors R131 and R132.) In Normal mode, the resistance at TH131 is much higher than R131//R132, and Q131 is off. (Note that the resistance at TH131 becomes lower as the temperature increases.) If the solder temperature at D22 increases abnormally, the temperature at TH131 (thermistor) mounted closest to the land of D22 increases accordingly, and the resistance at TH131 decreases. When the temperature at TH131 reaches 107-125_C (varying according to conditions,) the voltage at Point (A) becomes high enough to turn Q131 on, and the level of the XPROTECT line becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off.

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Protection circuit that activates against a DVD ERR error


6 The DVDM monitors the voltage of the main power supply by VDET signals. In Normal mode, the VDET signal is at the MID level (3.3 V). In the following conditions, the VDET signal level becomes L or H, and the microcomputer is notified of this abnormality.
A

B
V+12 47k 10k 4.7k Q924 10k 0 10k Q923 Q922 V+5 V+12 VPR+8 47k V+12 Q921

DVDM Assy

IF/AF Assy

D922

V+3R3 V+12 V+6 V+5 15k Q925 Q926 D921 UDZS4.7B 47k 0.1 1M 0.01

B
470 470 220 VDET 17 com IC5501 PDC108A:EV61 PDC109A:EV31

10k

Items to be detected by VDET (1) When the power voltages inside the DVDM become abnormal, as shown in the table below
Status In Normal mode VDVD+12 <1V >15.5V <5.2V >12.6V <3V <3.6V >6.6V <2.5V >4.25V Power Voltage Operation Q923 off (on) off Q924 off (on) off off on off on Q922 off (on) off off on off on Q921 off (off) off off on off on D921 off off off off on off on (on) D922 off on off Q926 off off on on off on on off Q925 off off on on off on on off VDET voltage Mid L L L H L L H L H
D C

VPR+8 When an abnormality is generated. V+6 V+5

V+3R3

(2) When the VDET signal to the microcomputer is interrupted because of defective soldering of the 30-pin connector or incomplete insertion of FFC The VDET level is lowered by the pull-down resistor (1 Mohms) on the side of the microcomputer.

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Other protection circuit


AC detection circuit
A

This is a protection circuit that prevents popping sounds in the Speaker and Headphones output when the AC power cord is connected or disconnected.

N
RYF

SP-TERMINAL Assy
R3641 10k to SP Relay Circuit R3642 1k to SP Relay Circuit V+5D V+B D3635 DAN202K Q3632 R3632 R3633 Q3631 22k 6.8k D3634
E2

RYR

R3631 22k

Q3636
B2 C2 C B E

B
D3631 MTZJ5.1A R3634 2.7k

Q3633

R3635 3.3k ACB D3622

C3631 2.2/50 D3633

+ Q3635

D3636

to HP MUTE

The voltage at Point A is a DC voltage which has been generated by half-wave rectification on the minus side of the AC power. The voltage at Point B is approx. 5 V.
C

The base voltage at Q3631 is a voltage between Points A and B divided by R3633 and R3634. As this voltage is negative (-) in Normal mode, Q3631 is off. When the AC power cord is disconnected and there is no AC power input, the base voltage at Q3631 becomes +0.6 V or more, and Q3631 is turned on. Then, the operations below follow. (1) SP Relay Q3632 (E2, C2, B2), Q3633, and Q3636 (E, C, B) are turned on, the line to activate the SP relay becomes low level, and the SP Relay is turned off. (2) HP MUTE Q3635 is turned on, and the MUTE circuit for HP is turned on.

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Protection Specifications and Service Mode


Protection Specifications
The system microcomputer (CONTRL Assy IC5501) for this unit always monitors if abnormality of the power is generated, and as soon as an abnormality is detected shuts off the power. The specifications of the microcomputer terminal for monitoring are as follows:
Name of microcomputer terminal Monitoring item In normal conditions In abnormal conditions In failure Monitoring start time Time required for determining abnormality XPROTECT (Pin 22) Abnormality of AMP-system power Short-circuiting of the SP terminal, etc. 0.71 Vdd or more 0.36Vdd0.71 Vdd 0.36Vdd or less 1.5 sec after power is turned on 0.5 sec after detection VDET (Pin 17) Abnormality of power inside the DVDM Assy 0.5 xVdd-0.85 xVdd 0.85 Vdd or more 0.5 xVdd or less 1.5 sec after power is turned on 0.5 sec after detection Vdd = Approx. 5 V (depending on the unit)
A

Voltage at terminal

In abnormal conditions or in failure, the TIMER LED flashes after the power is shut off. If the power was shut off because of an abnormality, it can be turned on by pressing the STANDBY/ON key. However, if the power was shut off because of failure, for one minute after a shutdown the STANDBY/ON key is disabled in order to protect against possible ignition of fumes. If the AC power cord is pulled out during this one minute of standby, when the AC power cord is reconnected, the STANDBY/ON key will still be disabled until the remaining seconds have elapsed. This unit has Service Test mode for analyzing the above power abnormality. Its specifications are as follows:

1. Specific conditions for Service Test mode


VDET is neglected. XPROTECT is neglected. Even if the unit is urgently shut down in failure in Normal mode, you can turn it on without waiting for one minute.
C

2. How to enter Service Test mode


While connecting STEST port (IC5501 Pin69) to "+5V", connect AC power cord. (See next page.)

3. How to quit Service Test mode, and the conditions for quitting
To quit Service Test mode, turn the power off or disconnect the AC power cord. When quitting Service Test mode, only data on protection in RAM are cleared.

4. Indications when Service Test mode starts


Indications on the LCD display when Service Test mode starts differ depending on whether the unit was turned off normally or if the unit was urgently shut down because the abnormality of the power, as described below.
[After the power is shut down because of an failure/abnormality in the AMP system] FL display P R T C T W N G FL display V o l u m e FL display P O W E R R 0
D

[After the power is shut down because of a failure in the DVD system] FL display D V D P R T E C T 0
E

FL display V o l u m e FL display D V D E R R

5. Operations during Service Test mode


Basically, operations in Service Test mode are the same as in Normal mode.

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1

Service Test mode connecting point

SIDE A

Connecting point

C5966

W103 C5963

C8773

IFAF ASSY
W102 W138 W139

W101

SERVICE

GNDD R5636 R5637 W194 E C


DVDPOWER

W137

C5968 W104

IF/AF ASSY

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C8771

B W195 W140
GNDU

PRODUCTION CODE

VDVD+12 W105 1 1 C 2SD2012


GNDU

PRINTED SIDE

D
W106 IC5501
VE+5

SIDE A

W109

3
W208 W255 W108 DVDMUTE W141 VDET W142 X5501 W143 W144 SYS CS1 W209
VDET

W107

30 1 W145 W146 SYS CS2 W210 W196 W147 W148 W149 W211 W151 VD+5 W155 W214 W156 W158 W160 LVLSHIFT W162 W163 W161 W21 LEV W159 W218 W157 W217 W215
LCDCLK LCDDAT ECHOCT SDATA

W110

CN5903 DVDPOWER W111 XDVDRST W114 W115 W116 W112 W257 W259 W212 W153 IC5591
MDATA

W113 DVDACK W150 XVMUTE W152 W154 W213


SCLK

GNDD

W258

GNDMDVD

CONTACT SIDE 30 1

10

1 1
ECHOCTRL1

CN5501

W358

W261

W262

W263

IC5801

7.1.8 DISASSEMBLY 1 Remove of Bonnet Section 1 2


Remove the Bonnet L and R (up VPZ30P080FNI x2) Remove the Bonnet L and R (below BBZ30P080FNI x4) Remove eight screws

2 Front Panel and Deck Section

1 1 2

4 5 6 7

Remove two cable from deck PCB Remove the screw Remove X4 screw from bottom of Front Panel Remove 4 catches DECK Assy

4 4 8 6
CN8280

CN8281

Remove Front Panel from this direction

6
Earth Lead Wire (x2)

Rear View

7
2 Front Panel and Deck Section

Remove the Front Panel Section (FFC 2, connectors 1) For troublshoot of Front Panel, replace the

Deck Mechanism Section

Front Panel Assy

service Jig ( XZD3001)

3 3
CN5601 CN5501

3 10

CN5503

9
10
IF/AF Assy

Remove x4 screw Cut the cable binder

Note : Operation check of the main unit is possible even if removes the Deck Mechanism Section.

Note : Front Panel can removes with the state which Tray Panel was attached to it. In this time, remove bottom part of the Front Panel first so that the Tray Panel is not caught.
F

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3 AF/IF PCB Section

1
A

Remove three screws

Remove four screws

Rear View

Top View

2 2
B

6 5

2 2 4
CAUTION

3 AF / IF PCB Remove Deck holder


Disconnect x2 cables Disconnect x2 FFC

CAUTION
Do not remove the ground wire between the two rear panel.

Do not remove any screw from the output terminator connect-this will cause no grounding.

5 6

Note : If the Power is turned On when the DSP Holder (DSP GND) is not connected to the rear panel (chassis), the parts below may be destroyed at the DSP ASSY. IC8702 : TC74VHCT244AFT IC8401 : AK4529VQ R8415 : 4.7 If the above parts are destroyed, the audio signal can not be out.

For 6CH Only


Troubleshooting AF/IF, Replacc with Jig cable ( GGD1222 )
E

For 3CH Only


For troubieshooting of AF/IF, disconnect all FFC and connect to Line Input

Turn the PCB with Rear Panel to as shown above

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4 Remove of DVD Mecha Section

Remove x4 screws. DVD Shield Remove Tunner Module

Mecha Frame

Jig cable ( XZD3001)

1 1

DVD Mecha from Mecha Frame

5 Remove of Power Module Section

1 2 3

Remove (screws 4). Remove the Module Holder R . Cut the cable binder

3 1

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Removing the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S and Pickup Assy


A

1 Loading Mecha. Assy

1 2 3

Remove the bridge by removing the one screw Pull out the tray, then remove it by pressing the hook Short-circuit two points of C and D by soldering

Rear View

Note: After replacement, connect the flexible cable, then remove the soldered joint (open).

CD Hook

4
B

-1

Remove the four connectors from the Loading Mecha. Assy Remove the four screws that secure the Loading Mecha. Assy to the unit

3 1

-1

Bridge

-2

Tray

-2

Note when reinserting the Tray


When reinserting the Tray, first align the triangle printed on the Loading Base and the pin of the Drive Cam, then insert the Tray.

Drive Cam

Pin

Front Side Loading Base Triangle

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Dislodge the flexible cables from their packaged placement

Flexible cable for the spindle motor

Front Side
A

1 1

Flexible cable for the pickup Bottom View

Flexible cable for the stepping motor

2 3

Remove the four hooks Remove the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S

Traverse Mecha. Assy-S

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3 Pickup Assy
A

Note: The Pickup Assy can be removed without removing the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S. (shown as Step .)

Front Side

1 2

Dislodge the flexible cable for the pickup from its packaged placement Remove the flexible cable for the pickup

1
B

2 1

Flexible cable for the pickup Bottom View

3 4
D

Remove the two skew screws and two skew springs Remove the Pickup Assy

Skew screw

Skew screw

Pickup Assy

Skew spring

Skew spring

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A

Leaf Spring

5
Silicone Adhesive GEM1037

Joint Spring
B

Joint 03

5
Silicone Adhesive GEM1037
C

Arrangement of the flexible cable for the spindle motor


: Conductive surface
Front Side

Arrangement of the flexible cable for the stepping motor


: Conductive surface
Front Side

Hook

Hook
E

Bottom View

Bottom View
F

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Arrangement of the flexible cable for the pickup


: Conductive surface
A

Note: Be sure to move the Pickup Assy to the innermost perimeter.

1 2 3

Fold the flexible cable inward at the position of the reference line Attach the flexible cable of the pickup to the connector Fold the flexible cable of the pickup with the backing inward

Pass the flexible cable below the hook, and fold it back Make sure that the cable does not have any slack

Reference line
B

2
Backing

1
Hook

97mm 2mm

Front Side

Bottom View

8 4
Pass the flexible cable through the hook not allowing any slack Make sure there is no slack in the cable Reference line

Fold the flexible cable back at the hook

Make sure that the cable is loose Hook

8 4
Hook

5 6
E

Fold the flexible cable as indicated in the photo Hook the part folded in Step 1 to the hook

Fold the flexible cable along the hook

6 9
Reference line Hook Hook

Pass the cable below the hook

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7.2 PARTS
The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.

List of IC
STM6316ATXXA, STM5589C, PDC108A

7 STM6316ATXXA (DVDM ASSY : IC301)


FRONT END IC Block Diagram

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Pin Function
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 IREF GNDAI RFIN RFOUT VCCA18 A GNDMN B VCC33MN PIN name description 12.7kF GNDA capacitor capacitor 1V8A B1 GNDA B2 3V3A to pick up 1V8A B4 1V8A B3 3V3A GNDA 3V3A 1V8A GNDA C A GNDA 1V8A GNDA GNDA 3V3A GNDA 560ohm(st2) 560ohm(st1) 20K1% refext 560ohm1% 560ohm1% 560ohm1% 1V8A FG PS tray SW1(open) SB SLD position Analog block reference part analog gnd RF signal C association input to a demodulation block B1+B2+B3+B4 mixture listing from an analog block analog 1V8 PU - B1 input analog gnd PU - B2 input analog 3V3 2V1 output for PU analog 1V8 PU - B4 input analog 1V8 PU - B3 input analog 3V3 analog gnd analog 3V3 analog 1V8 analog gnd PU-3 beam C input PU-3 beam A input analog gnd analog 1V8 analog gnd analog gnd analog 3V3 analog gnd DAC current listing for stepper drive DAC current listing for stepper drive Reference for DAC analog gnd DAC reference DAC current listing for focus DAC current listing for tracking analog 1V8 FG pulse input Driver control signal SW input for tray OPEN position Driver control signal Inside SW input detail

7 8 9

10 REFD 11 VCC18MN 12 D 13 VCCA18IS 14 C 15 VCCA33IS 16 GNDAIS


C

17 VCC33SD 18 VCC18SD 19 GNDSD 20 F 21 E 22 VSHIELDIS 23 VCC18ADC 24 GNDADC 25 VSHIELDADC

26 VCC33DAC 27 GNDDAC 28 SPINDLE 29 SLEDGE 30 REFEXT 31 REFGND 32 REFDAC 33 FACT 34 TACT

35 VCC18DAC 36 PC0 37 PC1 38 PC2 39 PC3 40 PC4

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No. 41 VSS 42 VDD33 43 PC5 44 PC6 45 PC7 46 PD7 47 VSS 48 VDD18 49 PD6 50 PD5 51 PD4 52 PD3 53 PD2 54 PD1 55 PD0 56 VSS 57 VDD33 58 OUT_ERR

PIN name

description GNDD 3V3D 780/X650 spinde PDM opicgain 03PU/X02PU GNDD 1V8D (debug) (debug) (DSPclk) (DSPdata) (DSPstrb1) error monitor tray PDM drive GNDD 3V3D RS_ERROR RS_ERR_EN GNDD RS_BCLK 1V8D RS_DVALID RS_DATA RS_ECCBST SCL(DMA) SDA(DMA) SCL SDA digital gnd digital 3V3

detail

780nm/650nmLD change control signal Control PDM listing for spindle drive OEIC gain control signal Pull-up settlement digital gnd digital 1V8 test test test test test Terminal for TRKG error monitor (30KHzLPF add need) Control PDM signal for tray drive digital gnd digital 3V3 BE DATA I/F BE DATA I/F digital gnd BE DATA I/F digital 1V8 BE DATA I/F BE DATA I/F BE DATA I/F FE routine download input FE routine download input BE command I/F BE command I/F
D C B

59 OUT_EVALID 60 VSS 61 OUT_CLK 62 VDD18 63 OUT_DVALID 64 OUT_DATA 65 OUT_SYNC 66 PE5 67 PE4 68 PE3 69 PE2 70 PE1 71 PE0 72 VSS 73 VDD33 74 PF1 75 PF0 76 VSS 77 VDD18 78 PG1 79 PG0 80 TEST

tray SW2(close) SW input for tray CLOSE position DXXINT GNDD 3V3D 10K-pullup 10K-pulldown GNDD 1V8D to EMULATOR to EMULATOR 10K-pulldown FE status propagation signal digital gnd digital 3V3 Built-in facility setting terminal Built-in facility setting terminal digital gnd digital 1V8 Built-in facility setting terminal Built-in facility setting terminal test
E

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No. 81 RESET_N 82 VSSADC

PIN name

description RESET GNDA 1V8A GNDA GNDA 20MXtal 20MXtal 1V8A 650nmLD 780nmLD 3V3A CD_VR/GND LMD/LMD1 DVD_VR/LMD2 GNDA nc nc nc SACD_IC capacitor RESET input analog gnd analog 1V8 analog gnd analog gnd SYSTEMCLK oscillating circuit SYSTEMCLK oscillating circuit analog 1V8 650nmLD driving signal 780nmLD driving signal digital 3V3

detail

83 VDD18ADC 84 GNDPLL 85 PLLOFF 86 FREOUT


B

87 FREIN 88 VCC18PLL 89 LD1 90 LD2 91 VCCA33 92 TWSEL 93 LMD1 94 LMD2 95 GNDL 96 TST_PM

Monitor diodes VR junction terminal for CD Monitor voltage junction terminal Monitor diodes VR junction terminal for DVD analog gnd tset test test RF signal output Condenser junction terminal for inside reference stability

97 TST_SLICE 98 TST_ADC 99 RFSACD 100 VBGFILT

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BACK END IC
A

Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Pin Name
FP_SO A _DA T A 3 V CLK V DD_3V 3 V SS B _DA T A B _B CLK B _FLA G

Dir.
OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Fr ont Panel / DA C int er f ace. Ser ial t r ansf er dat a out put . r eser v ed r eser v ed 3.3 V Power supply Gr ound r eser v ed r eser v ed r eser v ed

Pin Function

I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . T r ay r ot at ion pulse input . CA PT URE_I N0 can be used. Out put signal f or S-V ideo out put S1/S2 cont r ol. ' H' : squeeze out put mode. UA RT (RS-232C) Request T o Send signal out put . Out put signal f or S-V ideo out put S1/S2 cont r ol & EURO(SCA RT ) connect or (FUNCT I ON SWI T CHI NG) signal. ' H' : let t er -box out put mode. UA RT (RS-232C) Clear T o Send signal input . 1.8 V Power supply Gr ound Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. Ser ial dat a input . Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. Ser ial clock input . Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. Dat a v alid f lag input . Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. Ser ial sy nchr onize f lag input . Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. Er r or v alid f lag f or RS_split . Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. ECC block st ar t f lag f or RS_split . Out put signal f or a change of int er lace/Pr ogr essiv e out put f or v ideo dr iv er . ' L' : pr ogr essiv e ' H' : int er lace RGB cir cuit 3.3 V Power supply RGB cir cuit Gr ound B / Cb G/Y R / Cr RGB DA C r ef er ence RGB DA C cur r ent r ef er ence YC cir cuit 3.3 V Power supply YC cir cuit Gr ound Y C CV YCC DA C r ef er ence YCC DA C cur r ent r ef er ence 1.8 V Power supply Gr ound
F E D C

T RYPOS

IN OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN OUT OUT OUT IN IN -

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

SQUEEZE RT S LET T ER CT S V DD_1V 8 V SS FE_DA T A FE_B CLK FE_DV A LI D FE_SYNC FE_EV A LI D FE_ECCB ST I /X P V DD_RGB V SS_RGB B _OUT G_OUT R_OUT V REF_RGB I REF_RGB V DD_YCC V SS_YCC Y_OUT C_OUT CV _OUT V REF_YCC I REF_YCC V DD_1V 8 V SS

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No.
39

Pin Name
X DRV M UT E

Dir.
OUT Only 5 Disc Changer . Out put signal f or mot or dr iv er mut ing. ' L' : mut ing

Pin Function
I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer .

OUT 40 OPEN IN OUT


B

I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . I nput signal f or t r ay posit ion. ' H' : complet e OPEN posit ion. I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . I nput signal f or t r ay posit ion. ' H' : complet e CLOSE posit ion. I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . I nput signal f or showing disc clamp posit ion. ' H' : complet e disc clamp posit ion. I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . I nput signal f or showing disc un-clamp posit ion. ' H' : complet e disc clamp posit ion. I t is not connect ed except 5 Disc Changer . Only 5 Disc Changer . I nput signal f or disc exist ing. ' L' : exist ing r eser v ed r eser v ed 3.3 V Power supply 1.8 V Power supply Gr ound Gr ound A udio DA C clock A udio DA C Fr ont L,R dat a r eser v ed r eser v ed A udio DA C M ast er clock A udio DA C L/R clock S/PDI F(I EC60958) digit al audio out put .

41

CLOSE

IN OUT

42

CLA M P

IN OUT

43

UNCLA M P

IN OUT

44

D I SC _ SN S

IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
D

X DRV M UT E2 T P-x V DD_3V 3 V D D _ PC M V SS_PCM V SS A _B CK A _DA T A 0 A _DA T A 1 A _DA T A 2 A _M CLK A _LRCK A _DOUT SM I _ A 4 SM I _A 5 SM I _A 6 SM I _A 7 SM I _A 8 SM I _A 9 V DD_1V 8 V SS SM I _ A 3 SM I _ A 2 SM I _ A 1 SM I _ A 0 SM I _A 10 SM I _A 11 SM I _A 12 SM I _A 13

53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73

OUT

SM I SDRA M A ddr ess

1.8 V Power supply Gr ound

OUT

SM I SDRA M A ddr ess

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No.
74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 1 15 116 117

Pin Name
SMI_CS0 SMI_CS1

Dir.
OUT OUT SMI SDRAM chip select 'L'. reserved SMI SDRAM RAS 'L'

Pin Function

Remote control
The remote control for the EV61DVD model is shown in the illustration below.

11 DISPLAY OUT S MI_SYSTEM RAS


SMI_CAS SMI_WE

Switches between information and clock OUT SMI SDRAM CAS 'L'
displays .
OUT

SMI SDRAM Write Enable 'L'

Select an option or execute a command SMI_CLKIN IN External SDRAM clock input.


V SS VOLUME +/ 14 SMI_D1 SMI_D2 SMI_D3 Ground S MI_D0 the volume level Adjusts

13 ENTER V DD_ 3V3

SMI SDRAM Lower DQM SMI_DQML OUT ': Lower presets select Use for saving and listening to'Lstation SMI SDRAM Upper DQM SMI_DQMU OUT 'L': Upper select 3.3 V Power supply

12 ST. MEMORY

STANDBY/ON

B
FM/AM LINE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SOUND MODE SYSTEM SETUP
TUNE +

DVD/CD

TAPE

AUDIO

DVD SUBTITLE ANGLE

ZOOM

15 OPEN/CLOSE
Opens/closes the disc tray

DSP SURROUND ADVANCED I KEYCON i KARAOKE ECHO

DVD DISP MONO SYSTEM DISP TIMER CLOCK ADJ. MUTE

13 15 17

14 16

16 MODE S MI_REVERSE D4
S MI_REC/STOP D6 17

I/O SMI SDRAM Data Selects S MI_D5 the playback mode for tapes. S MI_D7 Starts/stops recording on the tape deck SMI_D8 SMI_D9 VDD_1V8

VOLUME
TOP MENU

HOME MENU
ST

DVD MENU
ST +

ENTER RETURN
TUNE

9
/e

18 TUNING and playback control buttons

18
E/

33

1.8 V Power supply The tuning/scan/skip buttons are used for

10

1
FOLDER

3 8
REPEAT

FOLDER +

S MI_CLK OUT OUT or Sscanning DRAM cloctracks k output. tuning into stations, skipping V SS Grcontrol ound button is on discs or tapes. The playback

4
PROGRAM

7
RANDOM

CLEAR

used for S MI_D1 0 playing, pausing and stopping playback. S MI_D11


S MI_PUSH D12 OPEN indicator 19 I/O SMI SDRAM Data S MI_D13 down on this side on the cassette door Pressing S MI_ D14 the tape deck will open SMI_D15 TRACK_CROSS DSD_XPCM

11

1 4 7

2 5 8
INPUT

3
SLEEP

TEST TONE CH LEVEL

6 9
TV CONTROL

ENTER

12
reserved reserved reserved 3.3 V Power supply Ground

SHIFT

CHANNEL VOLUME

19
D

20 MIC VOL

5.1ch DVD SURROUND SYSTEM

XXD3060

Controls the volume of the karaoke mics


OUT reserved OUT OUT IN IN OUT IN IN OUT IN OUT OUT

OUT

21 MIC input jacks D AC_ XRS T


ADC_PCMCLK VDD_3V3 VSS XTRST TMS TDO TDI TCK ROTDRV BOOT_FROM_ROM LOAD_DRV CPU_OE

22 PHONES jack
Headphone jack

1 2

STANDBY/ON (

Diagnostic Control Unit inSwitches terface the player on or into standby Diagnostic Control Unit interface Diagnostic Control Unit interface Diagnostic Control Unit interface Only 5 disc changer. PWM output for tray rotation. Boot select 'L' : Boot from DCU. 'H' : Boot form ROM.

Function select buttons


E

Selects the source you want to listen to

Diagnostic Control Unit in3 terfaDVD ce control buttons

AUDIO
Selects the audio channel or language

Only 5 disc changer. PWM output for tray Open/Close drive. OE signal for 16M bits FLASH memory for firmware. 'L': enable
F

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No.
118 119 120 121 122 123 124
B

Pin Name
CPU_SDCK V DD_1V 8 PI X CLK V SS V DD_PLL V SS_PLL X RESET SA CD_I RQ FP_X RDY FE_I NT F_X WE, SD_DQM L SD_DQM U SD_RX W CPU_WA I T CE_FLA SH CPU_CE2 CPU_CE1 SD_X RA S V DD_3V 3 V SS CPU_RA S1 SD_X CA S SD _ X C S CPU_D0 CPU_D1 CPU_D2 C PU _ D 3 C PU _ D 4 CPU_D5 CPU_D6 C PU _ D 7 V DD_1V 8 V SS CPU_D8 CPU_D9 CPU_D10 CPU_D11 CPU_D12 CPU_D13 CPU_D14 CPU_D15 V DD_3V 3 V SS

Dir.
OUT IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT 1.8 V Power supply M ast er 27M Hz sy st em clock input . Gr ound Clock PLL cir cuit 1.8 V Power supply Clock PLL cir cuit Gr ound Power ON sy st em RESET signal. ' L' : r eset r eser v ed Fr ont Panel int er f ace. Hand-shake input .

Pin Function
CLOCK f or 64M bit s SDRA M f or debugging f ir mwar e.

125 126 127 128 129 130 131

I nt er r upt input signal f r om Fr ont -End L6316. Flash memor y wr it e enable. Debug SDRA M /SRA M Lower DQM . ' L' : enable, Lower select . Debug SDRA M /SRA M Upper DQM ' L' :upper select Debug SDRA M Read/Wr it e ' L' :wr it e, ' H' :r ead CPU wait ' H' input Flash memor y Chip Enable ' L' . r eser v ed r eser v ed Debug SDRA M RA S ' L' Debug SRA M chip enable ' L' 3.3 V Power supply Gr ound r eser v ed Debug SDRA M CA S ' L' Debug SDRA M Chip Select ' L'

132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141

142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160

I /O

FLA SH, Debug SDRA M /SRA M dat a

1.8 V Power supply Gr ound

I /O

FLA SH, Debug SDRA M /SRA M dat a

3.3 V Power supply Gr ound

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No.
161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188

Pin Name
CPU_A 1 CPU_A 2 CPU_A 3 C PU _ A 4 C PU _ A 5 CPU_A 6 CPU_A 7 CPU_A 8 C PU _ A 9 CPU_A 10 V DD_1V 8 V SS CPU_A 11 CPU_A 12 CPU_A 13 CPU_A 14 CPU_A 15 CPU_A 16 CPU_A 17 CPU_A 18 CPU_A 19 CPU_A 20 CPU_A 21 V DD_3V 3 V SS X EX PE FE_ERROR V SEL1

Dir.

Pin Function

OUT

FLA SH, Debug SDRA M /SRA M A ddr ess

1.8 V Power supply Gr ound

OUT

FLA SH, Debug SDRA M /SRA M A ddr ess


C

OUT IN OUT

3.3 V Power supply Gr ound r eser v ed Fr ont -End L6316 st r eam int er f ace. ECC Er r or f lag EURO(SCA RT ) connect or (B LI NK I NG) out put signal ' L' : RGB out put disable ' H' : RGB out put enable EURO(SCA RT ) connect or V /Y, R/C signal. ' L' : V RGB out put = YCGB ' H' : V RGB out put = V RGB Fr ont -End L6316. Har dwar e r eset out put . ' L' : r eset r eser v ed r eser v ed r eser v ed Fr ont -End L6316 command int er f ace I 2C bus ser ial dat a line. Fr ont -End L6316 command int er f ace I 2C bus ser ial clock line. r eser v ed UA RT (RS-232C) dat a out put 1.8 V Power supply Gr ound UA RT (RS-232C) dat a input
E

189

V SEL2

OUT

190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200

FE_RST SA CD_X RST X M M UT E B _SYNC SD A SCL B _WCLK T XD V DD_1V 8 V SS RX D

OUT OUT OUT OUT I /O OUT OUT OUT IN

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No.
201 202 203 204 205 206
B

Pin Name
X A M UT E T RI GI N T RI GOUT D A C _ X C S0 DA C_X CS1 FP_A CK FP_SCK FP_SI

Dir.
OUT IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN

Pin Function
Out put signal f or analog audio out put line mut ing. ' L' : mut ing Diagnost ic Cont r ol Unit int er f ace Diagnost ic Cont r ol Unit int er f ace Chip enable f or audio DA C ser ial cont r ol. ' L' : enable r eser v ed Fr ont Panel / DA C int er f ace. Hand-shake (acknowledge) out put ' H' . Fr ont Panel / DA C int er f ace. Ser ial t r ansf er clock out put . Fr ont Panel int er f ace. Ser ial t r ansf er dat a input .

207 208

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PDC108A (IF/AF ASSY : IC5501)


System Control Microcomputer Pin Functions
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 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 PA3/WR# PA4/RD# PA5/RS P70 / INT0 / T0LCP / AN8 P71 / INT1 / T0HCP / AN9 P72 / INT2 / T0IN P73 / INT3 / T0IN RES# XT1 / AN10 XT2 / AN11 VSS1 CF1 VDD1 P80 / AN0 P81 / AN1 P82 / AN2 P83 / AN3 P84 / AN4 P85 / AN5 P86 / AN6 P87 / AN7 P10/SO0 P11 / SI0 / SB0 P12 / SCK0 P13 / SO1 P14 / SI1 / SB1 P15 / SCK1 P16/T1PWML P17/T1PWMH/BUZ PE0 PE1 PE2 PE3 PE4 PE5 PE6 PE7 VSS4 VDD4

Mark

Pin Name
XHPMUTE HPDET ATT6 ACPULSE TIMER LED RDS CLK REMOCON XRESET XT1 XT2 VSS1 CF1 CF2 VDD1 SIMUKE LEVELIN VDET XPROTECT ST/TUNE KEY 1 KEY 2 KEY 3 SDATA MDATA SCLK DSPDI DSPDO DSPCK XDSPMUTE DEC MUTE DSPRST DSPSS BUSY DSPHREQ DIRERR DIRDD DIRCS DIRRST VSS4 VDD4

I/O
O I O I O I I I I I I I I I I I O I I O I O O I O O I I I I O O Destination distinction input Level meter signal input DVD 3.3V detection input Control of Headphone mute Detect to insert headphone Control for ATT 6dB AC PULSE input (Interruption) Control mute of timer LED Clock input from RDS decoder

Function

REMOCON signal input (Interruption) -com reset input (When this port don't use , please connect VDD) (When this port don't use , please set open)

13 CF2

Protection and Fan Error detection input STEREO tuned detection input key1 input Key 2 input Key 3 input System bus data output (AMP side output) System bus data input (AMP side input) System bus clock input Data output to DSP (MOTOROLA) and DIR Data input from DSP (MOTOROLA) Clock output to DSP (MOTOROLA) and DIR MUTE request to DSP module Detection of 1st DSP boot success from DSP module RESET to DSP(MOTOROLA) Module Slave selection to DSP(MOTOROLA) For MCACC Error detection from DSP(MOTOROLA) LOCK/UNLOCK from DIR Data input from DIR/CODEC Data output to DIR/CODEC Reset to DIR /CODEC
E D

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No.
A

Mark
PF0 PF1 PF2 PF3 PF4 PF5 PF6 PF7 SI2P0/SO2 SI2P1/SI2/SB2 SI2P2/SCK2 SI2P3/SCK20 PWM1 PWM0 VDD2 VSS2 P00 P01 P02 P03 P04 P05 P06 P07 P20/INT4/T1IN P21/INT4/T1IN P22/INT4/T1IN P23/INT4/T1IN P24/INT5/T1IN P25/INT5/T1IN P26/INT5/T1IN P27/INT5/T1IN P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 PB7/D7

Pin Name
DSPMODE XTL0 TXCE TXCLK TXIDATA TXMUTE TCMSIN TXODATA TCEXPOE TCEXPCLK TCEXPCE TCEXPDAT NC NC VDD2 VSS2 SYS_CS2 SYS_CS1 EXPOE EXPCE LCDDAT LCDCLK VOCALC VOCALB VOCALA DVDPOWER XDVDRST TESTMODE SERIVCE DVDACK XVMUTE ECHCNT1 ECHCNT2 KCCONSTB KCONCLK KCONDATA INPUTSELB INPUTSELA TCHALF TCMODE

I/O
O O O O O O I I O O O O Selection X'tal to DIR Chip enable for tuner LSI Clock for tuner LSI Data for tuner LSI Control mute of tuner Input MS signal input data from tuner LSI

Function
MODE selection(ROM/RAM) to DSP(MOTOROLA)

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Output enable to EXPAND IC for deck Clock to EXPAND IC for deck Chip enable to EXPAND IC for deck Data toEXPAND EXPAND IC for deck NC NC

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

O O O O O O O O O O O l I I O O O O O O O O l I

Chip select 2 for system bus Chip select 1 for system bus Output enable to EXPAND IC for Vocal fader, level shift and echo Chip enable to EXPAND IC for Vocal fader, level shift and echo Data for tuner FL(LCD) driver Clock for tuner FL(LCD) driver Control for vocal C Control for vocal B Control for vocal A Control power supply for DVD module Control mute of AUX output Set TEST MODE for product line (service) and unit checker Set SELF CHECK for service Ackknowiegement from DVD MODULE (Interruption) Wake up request to DVD MODULE Control of echo level 1 Control of echo level 2 Strobe for Key Control IC Clock for Key Control IC Data for Key Control IC AUDIO source SELECT B AUDIO source SELECT A(CD,TUNER,TAPE,AUX) BU4052 Input switch of mecha half Input switch of mecha mode

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No.
81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 PB6/D6 PB5/D5 PB4/D4 PB3/D3 PB2/D2 PB1/D1 PB0/D0 VSS3 VDD3 PC7/A7 PC6/A6 PC5/A5 PC4/A4 PC3/A3 PC2/A2 PC1/A1 PC0/A0 PA0/CS2# PA1/CS1#

Mark

Pin Name
TCRECF TCRECR RDSPOW RDSDATA TCPULSE RYR RYFSC VSS3 VDD3 XAUXMUTE SYSPOW DVDMUTE XMUTEC XSYSMUTE (VOLMUTE) VOLCLK VOLDATA/CE FLASHE/D FLASHDO FLASHCLK

I/O
l I l O O O O O O I O O O O O Control mute AUX output Control power supply of system

Function
Input switch of mecha during recording forward Input switch of mecha during recording reverse Control power supply of RDS ( L : POWER ON) Input RDS data Input pulse of TC reel REAR RELAY ON/OFF FRONT / SW / CENTER RELAY ON/OFF
A

Control mute of DVD MODULE(Interrruption) C ch MUTE ON/OFF Control mute of system (Contorol mute of E-vol IC) Clock for E-vol IC Data/CE for E-vol IC for FLASH writing for FLASH writing for FLASH writing
C

100 PA2/CS0#

Port0 (P00-P07) can be selected for input or output by each 4 bits (P00-P03,P04-P07). Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. Port1 (P10-P17) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1bit in option. Port2 (P20-P27) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. Port3 (P30-P36) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. Port7 (P70-P73) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. Port8 (P80-P87) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. PortA (PA0-PA5) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. PortB (PB0-PB7) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. PortC (PC0-PC7) can be selected for input or output by each 1 bit. Set for input when reset. And it can be set C-MOS or Nch-OD by each 1 bit in option. PortE and PortF can be selected for input or output by each 2 bits. In case of without RDS, it is best that RDSDATA and RDSCLK are assigned as I/O port which can be set output and output low level.

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7.3 CLEANING
A

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools: Position to be cleaned Pickup lenses Cleaning tools Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 Cleaning paper : GED-008

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