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RX-V375/HTR-3066/

HTR-2866
AV RECEIVER
RX-V375/HTR-3066/
HTR-2866
SERVICE MANUAL
Note:
When the DIGITAL P.C.B. or IC225 on DIGITAL P.C.B. is replaced, this unit will display Internal Error and will not
operate properly. The model name and destination MUST be written to the backup IC (EEPROM: IC221 on DIGITAL
P.C.B.) to have proper operation. (For details, refer to S5. SOFT SWITCH menu of the self-diagnostic function.)

DIGITAL P.C.B. DIGITAL P.C.B. IC225 Internal Error
ICEEPROMDIGITAL P.C.B.
IC221 S5. SOFT SWITCH

IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized Yamaha Retailers and their service personnel.
It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically Yamaha Products, are already known
and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.
WARNING: Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury,
destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise
all Yamaha product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized Yamaha Retailer or the
appointed service representative.
IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or
recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form.
The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and service
departments of Yamaha are continually striving to improve Yamaha products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and specifications
are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the distributor's
Service Division.
WARNING: Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have
accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss).
IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.

CONTENTS
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL ............................................2 DISPLAY DATA .......................................................6263
FRONT PANELS .........................................................34 IC DATA ...................................................................6471
REAR PANELS ......................................................... 512 BLOCK DIAGRAMS ................................................ 7374
REMOTE CONTROL PANELS ..................................... 13 WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................75
SPECIFICATIONS / ................................. 1418 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ................................. 7693
INTERNAL VIEW .......................................................... 19 PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAMS ...................................94
SERVICE PRECAUTIONS / ..... 19 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ..................................... 95106
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES / ...........2023 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................ 107121
UPDATING FIRMWARE / REMOTE CONTROL ........................................... 122126
............................2428 CONFIGURING THE SYSTEM SETTINGS ................. 127
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION / ............................................. 128
.....................................2960 FIRMWARE UPDATING PROCEDURE .............. 129132
POWER AMPLIFIER ADJUSTMENT / ..................................... 133136
.......................................................61

Copyright (c) Yamaha Corporation All rights reserved.


101261 This manual is copyrighted by Yamaha and may not be copied or
redistributed either in print or electronically without permission.
P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
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TO SERVICE PERSONNEL AC LEAKAGE


1. Critical Components Information WALL EQUIPMENT TESTER OR
Components having special characteristics are marked and OUTLET UNDER TEST EQUIVALENT
must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those
originally installed.
2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)
When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify
INSULATING
that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated TABLE
from supply circuits.
Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms shunted Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.
by 0.15 F. Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities.

For U model
CAUTION
F1501: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE 6A,
125V FUSE.
For C model
CAUTION
F1501: REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE 6A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION
F1501: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MME TYPE DE 6A, 125V.

WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!


This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
harm.
DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY REASON
WHATSOEVER!
Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or
expose eyes to solder/flux vapor!
If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before
handling food.

About lead free solder /


All of the P.C.B.s installed in this unit and solder joints are
soldered using the lead free solder.
Among some types of lead free solder currently available,
it is recommended to use one of the following types for
the repair work. Sn+Ag+Cu + +
Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper) Sn+Cu +
Sn + Cu (tin + copper) Sn+Zn+Bi + +
Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth)

Caution: 30
As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder 40
is about 30C to 40C (50F to 70F) higher than that of
the lead solder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable
to each solder.

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FRONT PANELS
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models

J model

RX-V375 (T model)

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HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

HTR-3066 (T model)

HTR-2866 (C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

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REAR PANELS
RX-V375 (U, C models)

RX-V375 (R, S models)

RX-V375 (T model)

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RX-V375 (K model)

RX-V375 (A model)

RX-V375 (B, G, F models)

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RX-V375 (L model)

RX-V375 (H model)

RX-V375 (J model)

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HTR-3066 (U, C models)

HTR-3066 (R, S models)

HTR-3066 (T model)

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HTR-3066 (B, G, F models)

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HTR-3066 (L model)

HTR-3066 (H model)

HTR-2866 (C model)

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HTR-2866 (L model)

HTR-2866 (H model)

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REMOTE CONTROL PANELS
RAV463 RAV462 RAV491
RX-V375 RX-V375 (T model) RX-V375 (A model)
(U, C, R, K, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) HTR-3066 (T model) HTR-3066 (A model)
HTR-3066 HTR-2866
(U, C, R, K, B, G, F, L, S, H models) (C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

Remote control sheet


(T model)

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SPECIFICATIONS /
Audio Section /

Rated Output Power (Power Amp. Section) / Signal to Noise Ratio / (IHF-A network)
AV5, etc. (PURE DIRECT) to SP OUT (Input shorted 250 mV)
(1 kHz, 0.9 % THD) .............................................................................. 100 dB or more

1 channel driven Residual Noise / (IHF-A network)


U, C models (8 ohms) FRONT L/R to SP OUT ................................................150 V or less
FRONT L/R ................................................................ 100 W/ch Channel Separation /
CENTER .......................................................................... 100 W AV5, etc. (Input 5.1 k-ohms shorted)
SURROUND L/R ........................................................ 100 W/ch 1 kHz / 10 kHz ............................... 60 dB or more / 45 dB or more
R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models (6 ohms)
Volume Control /
FRONT L/R ................................................................ 100 W/ch
......................................... MUTE / -80 dB to +16.5 dB / 0.5 dB step
CENTER .......................................................................... 100 W
SURROUND L/R ........................................................ 100 W/ch Tone Control Characteristics /
2 channels driven simultaneously FRONT L/R
U, C models (8 ohms) Bass
FRONT L/R ...........................................................85 W + 85 W Boost/Cut ...................................... 6 dB / 0.5 dB step, at 50 Hz
CENTER ............................................................................ 85 W Turnover frequency .......................................................... 350 Hz
SURROUND L/R ...................................................85 W + 85 W Treble
(20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.09 % THD) Boost/Cut .....................................6 dB / 0.5 dB step, at 20 kHz
2 channels driven simultaneously Turnover frequency ......................................................... 3.5 kHz

U, C models (8 ohms) Filter Characteristics /


FRONT L/R ...........................................................70 W + 70 W FRONT, CENTER, SURROUND small (H.P.F.)
R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models (6 ohms) .................... fc=40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz, 12 dB/oct.
FRONT L/R ...........................................................70 W + 70 W SUBWOOFER small (L.P.F.)
Maximum Effective Output Power / (JEITA) .................... fc=40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz, 24 dB/oct.
(1 kHz, 10 % THD, 6 ohms / 1 channel driven) Optical Jack, Coaxial Jack Support Frequencies /
[R, T, K, L, S, H, J models]
Optical Coaxial fs
FRONT L/R ......................................................................... 135 W/ch ............................................................................... 32 kHz to 96 kHz
CENTER .................................................................................. 135 W
SURROUND L/R ................................................................ 135 W/ch
Video Section /
Dynamic Power Per Channel / (IHF)
Video Signal Type /
FRONT L/R (1 channel driven)
U, C, R, K, S, J models ............................................................ NTSC
U, C models
(8 / 6 / 4 / 2 ohms) .................................. 110 / 130 / 160 / 180 W T, A, B, G, F, L, H models ............................................................ PAL
R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models Composite Video Signal Level /
(6 / 4 / 2 ohms) ................................................ 110 / 130 / 150 W ...............................................................................1 Vp-p / 75 ohms
Dynamic Headroom [U, C models] Component Video Signal Level /
8 ohms ..................................................................................0.23 dB
Y .............................................................................1 Vp-p / 75 ohms
Damping Factor / (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 ohms) Pb/Pr ...................................................................0.7 Vp-p / 75 ohms
FRONT L/R to SPEAKER-A ............................................ 120 or more
Video Maximum Input Level /
Input Sensitivity/Input Impedance / (VIDEO Conversion Off)
(1 kHz, 100 W/8 ohms) ............................................................................... 1.5 Vp-p or more
AV5 etc. ............................................................ 200 mV / 47 k-ohms
Video Signal to Noise Ratio /
Maximum Input Signal / (1 kHz, 0.5 % THD) ................................................................................... 50 dB or more
AV5 etc. (EFFECT ON) .............................................................. 2.3 V
Monitor Out Frequency Response /
Output Level/Output Impedance / (VIDEO Conversion Off)
AV OUT ............................................................ 200 mV / 1.2 k-ohms Component video signal level /
SUBWOOFER (2 ch stereo and FRONT SP: small) ....................................................................5 Hz to 60 MHz, -3 dB
............................................................................. 1 V / 1.2 k-ohms

Headphone Jack Rated Output/Output Impedance /


(1 kHz, 50 mV, 8 ohms)
AV5 etc. input ..................................................... 100 mV / 470 ohms

Frequency Response / (10 Hz to 100 kHz)


AV5 etc., FRONT ..................................................................0 / -3 dB

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FM Section / FM

Tuning Range / Finish /


U, C models ......................................................... 87.5 to 107.9 MHz [RX-V375]
R, L, S, H models .............87.5 to 108.0 MHz / 87.50 to 108.00 MHz T model ..........................................................................Gold color
U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models ................... Black color
T, K, A, B, G, F models .................................... 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
R, K, B, G, F, L models .............................................Titanium color
J model .................................................................. 76.0 to 90.0 MHz
[HTR-3066]
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity / 50 dB SN (IHF) T model ..........................................................................Gold color
(1 kHz, 100 % MOD.) U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models ....................... Black color
Mono ......................................................................... 2 V (17.3 dBf) B, G models .............................................................Titanium color

Signal to Noise Ratio / (IHF) [HTR-2866]


C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models ............................... Black color
Mono ........................................................................................71 dB
B, G models .............................................................Titanium color
Stereo ......................................................................................70 dB
Accessories /
Harmonic Distortion / (1 kHz)
Remote control ..............................................................................x 1
Mono ........................................................................................ 0.5 %
Battery (R03, AAA, UM-4) .............................................................x 2
Stereo ...................................................................................... 0.6 %
FM antenna (1.4 m) ......................................................................x 1
Antenna Input / AM antenna (1.3 m) ......................................................................x 1
....................................................................... 75 ohms unbalanced
YPAO microphone (6 m)
(RX-V375/HTR-3066: U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) .......x 1
AM Section / AM Remote control sheet (T model) ...................................................x 1
Tuning Range /
U, C models ........................................................... 530 to 1,710 kHz * Specifications are subject to change without notice.
R, L, S, H models ..................... 530 to 1,710 kHz / 531 to 1,611 kHz
T, K, A, B, G, F, J models ....................................... 531 to 1,611 kHz

Antenna /
U .......................U.S.A. model G .................European model
..................................................................................... Loop antenna
C .................Canadian model F .................... Russian model
R ....................General model L .................Singapore model
General / T .................... Chinese model S ...................Brazirian model
K ..................... Korean model H ..........................Thai model
Power Supply / A ................Australian model J .................. Japanese model
U, C models ............................................................ AC 120 V, 60 Hz B ......................British model

R, S models .................................AC 110120/220240 V, 50/60 Hz


T model ................................................................... AC 220 V, 50 Hz
K model .................................................................. AC 220 V, 60 Hz
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and
A model .................................................................. AC 240 V, 50 Hz the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
B, G, F models ........................................................ AC 230 V, 50 Hz Dolby
L, H models ............................................... AC 220240 V, 50/60 Hz Pro Logic D

J model .............................................................. AC 100 V, 50/60 Hz

Power Consumption /
DTS-HD, the Symbol, & DTS-HD and the Symbol together are registered
U, C models ..............................................................250 W / 320 VA trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. DTS, Inc. All Rights
R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models ........................................... 250 W Reserved.
DTS-HD DTS DTS-HD DTS
J model ................................................................................... 175 W
DTS
Standby Power Consumption (reference data) /
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod touch are trademarks of
U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H, J models ............................0.3 W or less Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
iPhoneiPodiPod classiciPod nanoiPod touch
R, S models ..................................................................0.5 W or less
Apple Inc.
Maximum Power Consumption [R, S models]
................................................................................................ 470 W

Dimensions (W x H x D) / HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
..................................... 435 x 151 x 315 mm (17-1/8" x 6" x 12-3/8") trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United
States and other countries.
Weight /
HDMIHDMI High-Denition Multimedia Interface
............................................................................... 7.4 kg (16.3 lbs.)
HDMI Licensing LLC

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x.v.Color is a trademark of Sony Corporation.


x.v.Color AAC

SILENT CINEMA is a trademark of Yamaha Corporation.


SILENT CINEMA

DIMENSIONS
(1-7/8")

(1")
27
60
Top view
47

275 (10-7/8")
315 (12-3/8")
170 (6-5/8")
58
(2-1/4")

50 335 (13-1/4")
22
(7/8")

(2")

Front view
130 (5-1/8")
151 (5-7/8")
21
(7/8")

435 (17-1/8") Unit: mm (inch)


mm

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SET MENU TABLE

MAIN
SUB-MENU PARAMETER VALUE [INITIAL VALUE]
MENU

Speaker Configuration Subwoofer [Use] / None


Front [Small] / Large
Center [Small] / Large / None
Surround [Small] / Large / None
Crossover 40 Hz / 60 Hz / [80 Hz] / 90 Hz / 100Hz / 110 Hz / 120 Hz / 160 Hz /
200 Hz
Subwoofer Phase [Normal] / Reverse
Extra Bass [Off] / On
* Extra Bass is not available when Subwoofer is set to None, or
when Front is set to Small.
Extra Bass SubwooferNone FrontSmall

Distance Unit Meter / Feet
Front L 0.30 to 24.00 m, [3.00 m], 0.05 m step
Front R 1.0 to 80.0 ft, [10.0 ft], 0.2 ft step
Center 0.30 to 24.00 m, [2.60 m], 0.05 m step
1.0 to 80.0 ft, [8.6 ft], 0.2 ft step
Surround L 0.30 to 24.00 m, [2.40 m], 0.05 m step
Surround R 1.0 to 80.0 ft, [8.0 ft], 0.2 ft step
Subwoofer 0.30 to 24.00 m, [3.00 m], 0.05 m step
1.0 to 80.0 ft, [10.0 ft], 0.2 ft step
Level Front L
-10.0 to +10.0 dB, [0.0 dB], 0.5 dB step
Front R
Center
Surround L -10.0 to +10.0 dB, [-1.0 dB], 0.5 dB step
Surround R
Subwoofer -10.0 to +10.0 dB, [0.0 dB], 0.5 dB step
Equalizer EQ Select PEQ / [GEQ] / Off (RX-V375/HTR-3066: U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
[GEQ] / Off (HTR-2866)
* PEQ is available only when the YPAO has been performed
PEQYPAO
GEQ Edit Front L 63 Hz ||
Front R 160 Hz ||
Center 400 Hz ||
Surround L 1 kHz || -6.0 to +6.0 dB, [0 dB], 0.5 dB step
Surround R 2.5 kHz ||
6.3 kHz ||
16 kHz ||
Test Tone [Off] / On

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MAIN
SUB-MENU PARAMETER VALUE [INITIAL VALUE]
MENU

HDMI Configuration HDMI Control [Off] / On (U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)


Off / [On] (J model)
Audio Output Amp Off / [On]
HDMI OUT (TV) [Off] / On
* This setting is available only when HDMI Control is set to Off.
HDMI ControlOff
TV Audio Input AV1 / AV2 / AV3 / [AV4] / AV5 / AUDIO1 / AUDIO2
* This setting is available only when HDMI Control is set to On.
HDMI ControlOn
Standby Sync Off / On / [Auto]
* This setting is available only when HDMI Control is set to On.
HDMI ControlOn
ARC Off / [On]
* This setting is available only when HDMI Control is set to On.
HDMI ControlOn
SCENE BD / DVD
Off / [On]
TV
CD
[Off] / On
RADIO
* This setting is available only when HDMI Control is set to On.
HDMI ControlOn
Sound DSP Parameter Panorama [Off] / On
Center Width 0 to 7, [3]
Dimension -3 to +3, [0]
Center Image 0.0 to 1.0, [0.3]
Lipsync Select Manual / [Auto]
Adjustment 0 to 250 ms, [0 ms], 1 ms step
Volume Dynamic Range [Maximum] / Standard / Min/Auto
Max Volume -30.0 to +15.0 dB / +16.5 dB (Maximum volume), [+16.5 dB], 5.0 dB step
Initial Volume [Off] / Mute / -80.0 to +16.5 dB, 0.5 dB step
ECO Auto Power Standby U, C, R, T, K, A, L, S, H, J models:
[Off] / 2 hours / 4 hours / 8 hours /12 hours
B, G, F models:
Off / 2 Hours / 4 Hours / [8 Hours] / 12 Hours
ECO Mode [Off] / On
Function Input Rename Input sources: HDMI1 / HDMI2 / HDMI3 / HDMI4 / AV1 / AV2 / AV3 /
AV4 / AV5 / AUDIO1 / AUDIO2 / USB / V-AUX
Input is possible to 9 characters
Input possible Character type
Capital: A to Z
Small: a to z
Figure: 0 to 9
Symbols: + , - etc.
Space
Preset name select: Blu-ray / DVD / SetTopBox / Game / TV / DVR /
CD / CD-R / Satellite / VCR / Tape / MD / PC /
iPod / HD DVD
Dimmer -4 to 0 (higher to brighten), [0]
Memory Guard [Off] / On
Language English (English) / (Japanese) / Franais (French) /
Deutsch (German) / Espaol (Spanish) / (Russian) /
(U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models) Italiano (Italian) / (Chinese)

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INTERNAL VIEW
Top view
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 OPERATION (3) P.C.B.
2 MAIN (3) P.C.B. (R, S models)
3 MAIN (1) P.C.B.
4 AM/FM TUNER
5 DIGITAL P.C.B.
6 MAIN (2) P.C.B.
7 OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
8 MAIN (5) P.C.B.
9 OPERATION (2) P.C.B.
10 MAIN (4) P.C.B.
11 POWER TRANSFORMER
12 OPERATION (7) P.C.B.
11 10 9 8 13 OPERATION (1) P.C.B.
14 OPERATION (6) P.C.B.
Front view 15 OPERATION (5) P.C.B.
12 13

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SERVICE PRECAUTIONS /
Safety measures
Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages
and are dangerous.
Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such
as wearing insulating gloves.
Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous OFF
even after the power is turned off because an electric
charge remains and a high voltage continues to exist 5 k /10 W
there.
Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging 30
resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals of each
MAIN1P.C.B. C46C47
capacitor indicated below to discharge electricity.
The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds OPERATION3P.C.B. C1501
per each. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
C46 and C47 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.
C1501 on OPERATION (3) P.C.B.
For details, refer to PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS.

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DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES /
(Remove parts in the order as numbered.)
Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet. AC

1. Removal of Top Cover 1.


a. Remove 5 screws () and 4 screws (). (Fig. 1) a. 5 4 Fig. 1
b. Lift the rear of the top cover to remove it. (Fig. 1) b. Fig. 1

2. Removal of Front Panel Unit 2.


a. Remove 7 screws (). (Fig. 1) a. 7 Fig. 1
b. Remove CB166, CB193, CB221 and CB281 (RX-V375: b. CB166CB193CB221CB281
Fig. 1
U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models / HTR-3066: U, c. CB136 Fig. 1
C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models). (Fig. 1) d. 1
c. Unlock and remove CB136. (Fig. 1) Fig. 1
d. Release hook, and then remove the front panel unit.
(Fig. 1)

Top cover
Remove CB136 and CB262
1 Unlock the connector

Connected 2 Remove the cable


1 1

Cable

Connect CB136 and CB262
1 Lock the connector

Connected 2 Insert the cable

1 1
CB136

2
Cable Front panel unit CB221

CB166

CB281

CB193

Hook
RX-V375
(U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)

HTR-3066
(U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

Fig. 1

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3. Removal of DIGITAL P.C.B. 3. DIGITAL P.C.B.
a. Remove CB222 and CB223 (Fig. 2) a. CB222CB223 Fig. 2
b. Unlock and remove CB262. (Fig. 2) b. CB262 Fig. 2
c. Remove screw (). (Fig. 2) c. 1 Fig. 2
d. Remove 2 screws () and 5 screws (). (Fig. 3) d. 2 5 Fig. 3
e. Remove the DIGITAL P.C.B. which is connected e. DIGITAL P.C.B. DIGITAL P.C.B.
directly to the OPERATION (4) P.C.B. with board-to- OPERATION4P.C.B.
board connectors. (Fig. 2) Fig. 2

4. Removal of OPERATION (4) P.C.B. 4. OPERATION4P.C.B.


a. Remove CB194. (Fig. 2) a. CB194 Fig. 2
b. Remove screw (). (Fig. 2) b. 1 Fig. 2
c. Remove screw (). (Fig. 3) c. 1 Fig. 3
d. Remove the OPERATION (4) P.C.B. which is d. OPERATION4P.C.B.
connected directly to the MAIN (1) P.C.B. with board- OPERATION4P.C.B. MAIN1P.C.B.
to-board connectors. (Fig. 2) Fig. 2

CB223 DIGITAL P.C.B.


CB222
DIGITAL P.C.B. CB263
CB262
OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
CB264

Board-to-board
connectors

CB196
CB191
CB194

CB195
CB192
OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
CB21

Board-to-board
CB22 connectors
MAIN (1) P.C.B.

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

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When checking the DIGITAL P.C.B.: DIGITAL P.C.B.


Put the rubber sheet and cloth over this unit, and DIGITAL
place the DIGITAL P.C.B. on them. (Fig. 4) P.C.B. Fig. 4
Connect ST201 on DIGITAL P.C.B. to the chassis DIGITAL P.C.B. ST201
with a ground lead. (Fig. 4) Fig. 4
Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been
disconnected. Be sure to use the P.C.B. CHECKING
JIG (Part No. WW483800) to connect between the P.C.B. : WW483800
following connectors.
CB263 on DIGITAL P.C.B. CB196 on OPERATION DIGITAL P.C.B.CB263 OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
(4) P.C.B. CB196
CB264 on DIGITAL P.C.B. CB195 on OPERATION DIGITAL P.C.B.CB264 OPERATION (4) P.C.B.
(4) P.C.B. CB195
When connecting the flexible flat cable, be careful
with polarity.

DIGITAL P.C.B.

CB263
P.C.B. CHECKING JIG
CB264
P.C.B.

OPERATION (4) P.C.B.

Rubber sheet and cloth



ST201 CB196
CB195

Ground lead Chassis


Fig. 4

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When checking the MAIN (1) P.C.B.: MAIN1P.C.B.
a. Remove the top cover. (For details, refer to 1. Removal a. 1.
of Top Cover.)
b. Remove 3 screws (). (Fig. 5) b. 3 Fig. 5
c. Remove 5 screws () and 4 screws (). (Fig. 5) c. 5 4 Fig. 5
d. Place the P.C.B.s (with rear panel) upright. (Fig. 6) d. P.C.B.
e. Connect the heatsink, rear panel and MAIN (1) P.C.B. (Fig. 6
(G3) to the chassis with a ground lead. (Fig. 6) e. MAIN1P.C.B. G3

Fig. 6

Rear panel Ground lead



Fig. 5

G3

Chassis

Ground lead
MAIN (1) P.C.B.

Heatsink

Fig. 6
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UPDATING FIRMWARE /
When the following parts are replaced, the firmware must
be updated to the latest version.
DIGITAL P.C.B. DIGITAL P.C.B.
IC225 on DIGITAL P.C.B. DIGITAL P.C.B. IC225

There are 2 types to write the firmware.


Depending on model name and destination.

Support model name and destination /


Method /
RX-V375/HTR-3066 HTR-2866
Writing method using the USB storage device U, C, R, K, A,
USB B, G, F, L, S, H, J models
Writing method using the CD C, R, K, A,
T model
CD B, G, F, L, S, H models

Confirmation of firmware version and checksum



Before and after updating the firmware, check the
firmware version and checksum by using the self-
diagnostic function menu.
Start up the self-diagnostic function and select S4. S4. ROM VERSION/CHECKSUM
ROM VERSION/CHECKSUM menu.
Using the sub-menu, have the firmware version and
checksum displayed, and note them down.
(For details, refer to SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION)
* When the firmware version is different from
written one after updating, perform the updating
procedure again from the beginning.

Initializing the back-up IC IC


(EEPROM: IC221 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) EEPROMDIGITAL P.C.B. IC221

After updating the firmware, the back-up IC MUST


be initialized by the following procedure store the
setting information (soundfield parameters, system
memory and tuner presetting, etc.) properly. IC

Start up the self-diagnostic function and select S3. S3. FACTORY PRESET
FACTORY PRESET menu.
(For details, refer to SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION)
Select PRESET RSRV, press the (Power) key to PRESET RSRV
turn off the power once and turn on the power again.
Then the back-up IC is initialized. IC

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Writing method USB
using the USB storage device
RX-V375/HTR-3066
(U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)

Required Tools
USB storage device USB
Firmware ......................................... xxxx-xxxx.bin ............................................. xxxx-xxxx.bin

Preparation
1. Download the latest firmware from the specified 1.
download source to the folder of the PC. PC
2. Copy the latest firmware from the PC to the root 2. PC USB
folder of the USB storage device.
Note: When the latest firmware is copied to a sub- :
folder of the USB storage device, the update
will not proceed.

Operation Procedures
1. Insert the USB storage device to the USB jack. 1. USB USB
(Fig. 1) Fig. 1
2. While pressing the INFO key, connect the power 2. INFO AC
cable to the AC outlet. (Fig. 1) Fig. 1

" " (Power) key


"
"

USB jack
USB

"INFO" key
INFO

USB storage device


USB

Fig. 1

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3. The USB UPDATE mode is activated and USB 3. USB UPDATE USB Update
Update is displayed. Writing of the firmware
starts automatically. (Fig. 2) Fig. 2

Writing is started. / Writing being executed. /

USB Update VERIFYING... Sx-x:xx%

Fig. 2

4. When writing of the firmware is completed, 4. Update


Update Success, Please... and Power Off! Success Please... Power Off!
are displayed repeatedly. (Fig. 3) Fig. 3

Writing is completed. /

Update Success Please... Power Off!

Fig. 3

5. Press the (Power) key to turn off the power. 5. Fig. 1


(Fig. 1)
6. USB USB
6. Remove the USB storage device from the USB Fig. 1
jack. (Fig. 1)
7.
7. Start up the self-diagnostic function and check that
the firmware version and checksum are the same
as written ones.
(For details, refer to Confirmation of firmware
version and checksum)

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Writing method using the CD
RX-V375/HTR-3066 (T model)
HTR-2066 (C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
Required Tools
CD, DVD or BD player (with DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) jack)
* The following models can be used as a tool to update the firmware.
CD player: CD-C600/CD-S1000/CD-S2000/CD-S300/CD-S700/CDX-496/CDX-596/CDX-890
DVD player: DV-C6760/DVD-840/DVD-C740/DVD-C750/DVD-C940/DVD-C950/DVD-CX1/DVD-S1200/
DVD-S1800/DVD-S2300(MKII)/DVD-S2700/DVD-S30/DVD-S510/DVD-S520/DVD-S530/DVD-S540/
DVD-S550/DVD-S657/DVD-S700/DVD-S80/DVD-S840
BD player: BD-940/BD-S1065/BD-S1900/BD-S2900/BD-S671
Others: CDR-D651/CDR-HD1000/CDR-HD1300/CDR-HD1500/DV-SL100/CDX-E100/CRX-430/CRX-E150/
RDX-E700
Optical cable (when OPTICAL jack is used)
Digital audio pin cable (when COAXIAL jack is used)
Firmware CD
* Download the latest firmware from the specified download source and create the firmware CD.

Connection
Connect a CD/DVD/BD player to this unit as shown below. (Fig. 1)

Example of connection between digital OPTICAL jacks

This unit

CD/DVD/BD player

Optical cable

Example of connection between digital COAXIAL jacks

This unit

CD/DVD/BD player

Digital audio pin cable

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Operation Procedures
1. While pressing the MEMORY key, connect the power cable to the AC outlet. (Fig. 2)
The FIRMWARE UPDATE mode is activated and CDDA Upgrader is displayed. (Fig. 2)

"MEMORY" key

Display

CDDA Upgrader

Fig. 2

2. Play the firmware CD on the CD/DVD/BD player. Writing of the firmware starts automatically. (Fig. 3)
3. When writing of the firmware is completed, Update Success, Please... and Power off!! are displayed
repeatedly. (Fig. 3)

Writing is started Writing is completed

XXXXXX XX XX Update Success


X X X X X X : Received data

Please...

Power Off!

Fig. 3

* If the display remains unchanged for more than 10 seconds after starting the firmware CD play procedure,
perform the firmware CD play procedure again from the beginning.

4. Press the (Power) key to turn off the power.


5. Eject the firmware CD from the CD/DVD/BD player.
6. Start up the self-diagnostic function and check that the firmware version and checksum are the same as written
ones. (For details, refer to Confirmation of firmware version and checksum)

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SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION /
This unit has self-diagnostic functions that are intended
for inspection, measurement and location of faulty point.
There are 27 main menu items, each of which has sub- 27
menu items.
Listed in the table below are main menu items and sub-
menu items.

Note: Some of the menu items listed below may not apply
to the models covered in this service manual.

No. Main menu No. Sub-menu


A: Audio system /
A1 DSP AUDIO 1 DSP MARGIN
2 DSP NON MARGIN
3 DSP FULL CENTER
4 DSP FULL SURROUND
5 DSP FULL SURROUND BACK (Not for service / )
6 DSP FULL SUBWOOFER
A2 DIRECT AUDIO 1 ANALOG DIRECT
2 NET DIRECT (Not for service / )
A3 HDMI AUDIO 1 HDMI AUTO
2 ARC
A4 SPEAKERS SET 1 FULL MUTE
2 BI-AMP (Not for service / )
3 AC B : HIGH (Not for service / )
4 AC B : LOW (Not for service / )
A5 MIC CHECK 1 MIC ROUTE CHECK
A6 INVALID ITEM 1 INVALID ITEM
(Not for service / ) 2 INVALID ITEM
3 INVALID ITEM
A7 DIR PLL 1 DIR PLL
(Not for service / )
A8 MANUAL TEST 1 TEST ALL
H: HDMI / HDMI
H1 INVALID ITEM 1 INVALID ITEM
(Not for service / ) 2 INVALID ITEM
D: Display system /
D1 FL CHECK 1 INITIAL DISPLAY
2 ALL SEGMENT OFF
3 ALL SEGMENT ON
4 CHECK PATTERN 1
5 CHECK PATTERN 2
U: Universal system /
U1 USB 1 USB FRONT 1 TRACK
2 USB BOOT
3 INVALID ITEM (Not for service / )
4 APL ID CHECK
N: Network system /
N1 INVALID ITEM 1 INVALID ITEM
(Not for service / ) 2 INVALID ITEM
3 INVALID ITEM
4 INVALID ITEM
5 INVALID ITEM
6 INVALID ITEM
7 INVALID ITEM
8 INVALID ITEM
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No. Main menu No. Sub-menu


C: Communication system /
C1 DIGITAL PCB CHECK 1 ALL
2 MCPU OSD
3 OSD HDMI
4 VIDEO I/F (Not for service / )
5 BUS DIR
6 BUS DSP
7 EEPROM
8 TUNER
C2 HDMI INFO 1 HDMI MODEL NAME
2 HDMI PRODUCT ID (Not for service / )
C3 INVALID ITEM 1 INVALID ITEM
(Not for service / ) 2 INVALID ITEM
3 INVALID ITEM
4 INVALID ITEM
V: Video system /
V1 ANALOG VIDEO CHECK 1 ANALOG BYPASS
2 MUTE CHECK
V2 DIGITAL VIDEO CHECK 1 HDMI REPEAT
2 OSD-VIDEO OUT
R: Radio system / TUNER
R1 INVALID ITEM 1 INVALID ITEM
(Not for service / ) 2 INVALID ITEM
P: Power supply and protection system /
P1 SYSTEM MONITOR 1 DC
2 PS
3 TMP
4 OUTPUT LEVEL
5 LIMITER CONTROL
6 USB-VBUS (Not for service / )
7 KEY
P2 PROTECTION HISTORY 1 HISTORY 1
2 POWER PORT 1
3 LAST INPUT 1
4 LAST VOLUME 1
5 HISTORY 2
6 POWER PORT 2
7 LAST INPUT 2
8 LAST VOLUME 2
9 HISTORY 3
10 POWER PORT 3
11 LAST INPUT 3
12 LAST VOLUME 3
13 HISTORY 4
14 POWER PORT 4
15 LAST INPUT 4
16 LAST VOLUME 4
T: Troubleshooting Information /
T1 TROUBLE SHOOTING INFORMATION 1 OPERATING TIME
2 POWER-RELAY ON
3 POWER AMP B
4 OUTPUT LEVEL
5 NRC (Net Restart Counter) (Not for service / )

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No. Main menu No. Sub-menu
S: System and version system /
S1 FIRMWARE UPDATE 1 DSP FIRMWARE UPDATE (Not for service / )
S2 SET INFORMATION 1 INITIAL DISPLAY
2 MODEL/DESTINATION
S3 FACTORY PRESET 1 PRESET INHIBIT
2 PRESET RESERVED
S4 ROM VERSION/CHECKSUM 1 SYSTEM VERSION
2 MICROPROCESSOR VERSION
3 MICROPROCESSOR CHECKSUM
4 DSP VERSION
5 DSP CHECKSUM
6 OSD VERISON
7 OSD CHECKSUM
8 NETWORK VERSION (Not for service / )
9 NETWORK CHECKSUM (Not for service / )
10 USB CONTROLLER VERSION (Not for service / )
11 USB CONTROLLER CHECKSUM (Not for service / )
S5 SOFT SWITCH 1 SWITCH MODE
2 MODEL NAME
3 DESTINATION
S6 SYSTEM INFORMATION 1 MODEL/DESTINATION
2 VERIFY (Not for service / )

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Starting Self-Diagnostic Function


While pressing the TONE CONTROL and INFO keys, TONE CONTROL INFO
press the (Power) key to turn on the power, and release 2
those 2 keys.
The self-diagnostic function mode is activated.

Keys of this unit /

(Power / )

While pressing these keys, turn on the power.


Starting Self-Diagnostic Function in


the protection cancel mode
If the protection function works and causes hindrance
to troubleshooting, cancel the protection function by the
procedure below, and it will be possible to enter the self-
diagnostic function mode. (The protection functions other
than the excess current detect function will be disabled.)
While pressing the TONE CONTROL and INFO keys, TONE CONTROL INFO
press the (Power) key to turn on the power and keep
pressing those 2 keys and (Power) key for 3 seconds 3
or longer.
The self-diagnostic function mode is activated with the FL SLEEP
protection functions disabled.
In this mode, the SLEEP segment of the FL display flashes
to indicate that the mode is self-diagnostic function mode
with the protection functions disabled.

CAUTION!
Using this unit with the protection function disabled may
cause further damage to this unit. Use special care for
this point when using this mode.

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Canceling Self-Diagnostic Function
1. Before canceling self-diagnostic function, execute 1. S3. FACTORY PRESET
setting for S3. FACTORY PRESET menu. (Memory
initialization inhibited or Memory initialized).
* In order to keep the user memory preserved, be
sure to select PRESET INHIBIT (Memory initialization PRESET INHIBIT
inhibited).
2. Press the (Power) key to turn off the power. 2.

Display provided when Self-Diagnostic


Function started
The display is as described below depending on the
situation when the power to this unit is turned off.

1. When the power is turned off by usual operation: 1.


NO PROTECT is displayed. Then A1-1. DSP NO PROTECT A1-1. DSP
MARGIN is displayed in a few seconds. MARGIN

Opening message / Main menu display /


After a few seconds /

A1-1
NO PROTECT DSP MARGIN

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2. When the protection function worked to turn 2.


off the power:
The information of protection function which worked at
that time is displayed. Then A1-1. DSP MARGIN is A1-1. DSP MARGIN
displayed in a few seconds.
Note: At that time if you restart the self-diagnostic NO PROTECT
function after turning off the power once, NO 1.
PROTECT will be displayed. That is because
that situation is equal to 1. When the power is
turned off by usual operation:.
However history of the protection function is P2. PROTECTION HISTORY
stored in memory as backup data. For details,
refer to P2. PROTECTION HISTORY menu.

2-1. When there is a history of protection function 2-1.


due to excess current.

I PROTECT

Cause: An excessive current flowed through the power


amplifier.
Supplementary information: As current of the power
amplifier is detected, the abnormal channel can be
identified by checking the current detect transistor.

Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality

will cause the protection function to work immediately and
the power supply will instantly be shut off.

Notes:
Applying the power to this unit without correcting
the abnormality can be dangerous and cause
additional circuit damage. To avoid this, if I I PROTECT
PROTECT protection function works 1 time, the
power will not turn on even when the (Power)
key is pressed. In order to turn on the power
again, start up the self-diagnostic function.
The output transistors in each amplifier channel
should be checked for damage before applying
power to this unit. DC
Amplifier current should be monitored by
measuring DC voltage across the emitter resistors
for each channel.

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2-2. When the protection function worked due to 2-2. DC
abnormal DC output.
H: Displayed when the voltage is HIGHER than upper limit

L: Displayed when the voltage is LOWER than lower limit

DC PRT:xxxH
xxx: A/D conversion value of voltage at the moment when the protection function worked
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255)
A/D
3.3 V=255

Cause: DC output of the power amplifier is abnormal. DC


Supplementary information: The protection function
worked due to a DC voltage appearing at the speaker
terminal. A cause could be a defect in the amplifier.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
5
will cause the protection function to work in 5 seconds

and the power supply will be shut off.

2-3. When the protection function worked due to 2-3.


abnormal voltage in the power supply section.
H: Displayed when the voltage is HIGHER than upper limit

L: Displayed when the voltage is LOWER than lower limit

PS PRT:xxxL
xxx: A/D conversion value of voltage at the moment when the protection function worked
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255)
A/D
3.3 V=255

Cause: The voltage in the power supply section is


abnormal.
Supplementary information: The protection function
worked due to a defect or overload in the power supply.
1
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality

will cause the protection function to work in 1 seconds
and the power supply will be shut off.

Notes:
Applying the power to this unit without correcting
the abnormality can be dangerous and cause
additional circuit damage. To avoid this, if PS DCPS
and DC protection function works 3 times 3
consecutively, the power will not turn on even
when the (Power) key is pressed. In order
to turn on the power again, start up the self-
diagnostic function.
The output transistors in each amplifier channel
should be checked for damage before applying DC
power to this unit.
Amplifier current should be monitored by
measuring DC voltage across the emitter resistors
for each channel.
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2-4. When the protection function worked due to 2-4.


excessive heatsink temperature.
H: Displayed when the voltage is HIGHER than upper limit

L: Displayed when the voltage is LOWER than lower limit

TMPxPRT:xxxL
xxx: A/D conversion value of voltage at the moment when the protection function worked
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255)
A/D
3.3 V=255
TMP1/TMP2/TMP3

Cause: The temperature of the heatsink is excessive.


Supplementary information: The protection function
worked due to the temperature limit being exceeded.
Causes could be poor ventilation or a defect related to
the thermal sensor. 1

Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality
will cause the protection function to work in 1 seconds
and the power supply will be shut off.

History of protection function


When the protection function has worked, its history
is stored in memory as backup data.
Even if no abnormality is noted while servicing the
unit, an abnormality which has occurred previously
can be defined as long as the backup data has been
stored. P2. PROTECTION HISTORY
For details, refer to P2. PROTECTION HISTORY
menu.

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Operation procedure of Main menu
and Sub-menu
There are 27 main menu items, each of which has sub- 27
menu items.

Main menu selection


Select the main menu using SCENE TV (forward) and SCENE TV SCENE BD/DVD
SCENE BD/DVD (reverse) keys.

Sub-menu selection
Select the sub-menu using SCENE RADIO (forward) and SCENE RADIO
SCENE NET
SCENE NET (reverse) keys.

Keys of this unit /

Main menu selection Sub-menu selection


Reverse Forward Reverse Forward


Functions in Self-Diagnostic Function


mode
In addition to the self-diagnostic function menu items,
functions listed below are available.

Power ON/OFF
Master volume
Muting
Input selection
* Functions related to the tuner and the set menu are
not available.

Initial settings when Self-Diagnostic


Function started
The following initial settings are used when self-diagnostic
function is started.
When self-diagnostic function is canceled, these settings
-20 dB
are restored to those before starting self-diagnostic
AV5
function.
LARGEBass out to SWFR
Master volume: -20 dB
Input: AV5 HDMI OFF
Speaker setting: LARGE, Bass out to SWFR
(All channels)
HDMI Control: Off

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Details of Self-Diagnostic Function


menu
A1. DSP AUDIO A1. DSP AUDIO
This menu is used to check audio signal route via DSP. DSP

A1-1. DSP MARGIN A1-1. DSP MARGIN


The audio signal is output including the head DSP
margin via DSP.
* When input source is stereo, signal is 2ch
assigned as below.
Front L: Front L, Center, Surround L Front L Front LCenterSurround L
Front R: Front R, Surround R Front R Front RSurround R
Front L +10 dB: Subwoofer Front L +10 dBSubwoofer

A1-1
DSP MARGIN

A1-2. DSP NON MARGIN A1-2. DSP NON MARGIN


The SUBWOOFER signal is output including DSP
the head margin via DSP.
The audio signal other than SUBWOOFER is DSP
output without including the head margin via
DSP.

A1-2
DSP NON MARGIN

A1-3. DSP FULL CENTER A1-3. DSP FULL CENTER


The audio signal is output to only CENTER
channel in digital full bit without including the CENTER
head margin.

A1-3
DSP FULL C

A1-4. DSP FULL SURROUND A1-4. DSP FULL SURROUND


The audio signal is output to only SURROUND
L/R channels in digital full bit without including SURROUND L/R
the head margin.

A1-4
DSP FULL SUR

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A1-5. DSP FULL SURROUND BACK A1-5. DSP FULL SURROUND BACK
Not for service.

A1-5
DSP FULL SB

A1-6. DSP FULL SUBWOOFER A1-6. DSP FULL SUBWOOFER


The audio signal is output to only SUBWOOFER
channel in digital full bit without including the SUBWOOFER
head margin.

A1-6
DSP FULL SW

A2. DIRECT AUDIO A2. DIRECT AUDIO


This menu is used to check audio signal route of DIRECT
DIRECT mode.

A2-1. ANALOG DIRECT A2-1. ANALOG DIRECT


The analog input audio signal is output to DIRECT
FRONT L/R in DIRECT mode. FRONT L/R

A2-1
ANALOG DIRECT

A2-2. NET DIRECT A2-2. NET DIRECT


Not for service.

A2-2
NET DIRECT

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A3. HDMI AUDIO A3. HDMI AUDIO


This menu is used to check the route of audio signal HDMI IN/OUT
input to HDMI IN/OUT jack.
* Before check using A3-2. ARC menu, be sure to A3-2. ARC
connect a TV monitor equipped with Audio Return Audio Return Channel
Channel function to this unit in advance.

A3-1 A3-1. HDMI AUTO


HDMI AUTO The audio signal input to selected HDMI IN jack is output.
HDMI IN

A3-2 A3-2. ARC (Audio Return Channel function)


ARC The audio signal input to HDMI OUT jack is output.
HDMI OUT

A4. SPEAKERS SET A4. SPEAKERS SET


This menu is used to check the speaker output.

A4-1 A4-1. FULL MUTE


FULL MUTE The audio signals are muted at all channels.

A4-2 A4-2. BI-AMP


BI-AMP Not for service.

A4-3 A4-3. AC B HIGH


AC_B:Hi Not for service.

A4-4 A4-4. AC B LOW


AC_B:Lo Not for service.

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A5. MIC CHECK A5. MIC CHECK

A5-1. MIC ROUTE CHECK A5-1. MIC ROUTE CHECK


The audio signal input to the YPAO MIC jack is YPAO A/D
output to FRONT L and FRONT R channels via D/A FRONT LFRONT R
A/D-D/A.

A5-1
MIC ROUTE ON

A6. INVALID ITEM A6. INVALID ITEM


Not for service.

A6-1 A6-3
Invalidity Invalidity

A7. DIR PLL (Phase Lock Loop) A7. DIR PLLPhase Lock Loop
Not for service.

A7-1
DIR PLL:---

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A8. MANUAL TEST A8. MANUAL TEST


The test noise generated by built-in noise generator DSP
in DSP is output to the channels specified by the sub-
menu.

Test noise /
30 Hz to 80 Hz
for SUBWOOFER / SUBWOOFER
pink noise /
500 Hz to 2 kHz
for other than SUBWOOFER / SUBWOOFER
pink noise /

A8-1. TEST ALL A8-1. TEST ALL


The test noise is output to all channels.

A8-1
TEST ALL

H1. INVALID ITEM H1. INVALID ITEM


Not for service.

H1-1 H1-2
Invalidity Invalidity

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D1. FL CHECK D1. FL CHECK
This menu is used to check operation of the FL display. FL

FL display / FL

D1-1. INITIAL DISPLAY /

D1-2. ALL SEGMENT OFF /

D1-3. ALL SEGMENT ON /

* After check, change to next menu at once.


D1-4. CHECK PATTERN 1 / 1

Example /
Lighting on segments in lattice.

D1-5. CHECK PATTERN 2 / 2 Short Normal


Segment conditions of the FL tube is checked by FL


turning ON and OFF all segments.
Next, a short between segments next to each other
is checked by turning ON and OFF all segments
alternately (in lattice).
(In the above example, the segments in the second 2
row from the top are shorted.)

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U1. USB U1. USB


This menu is used to check the audio signal route from USB
USB storage device.

U1-1. USB FRONT 1 TRACK U1-1. USB FRONT 1 TRACK


The 1st music file stored in the USB storage USB USB
device connected to the USB jack is 1
reproduced.
* Copy 2 or more music files from PC to the PC USB
root folder of the USB storage device in 2
advance.

U1-1
USB_F 1 TRACK

U1-2. USB BOOT U1-2. USB BOOT


SPI communication between microprocessor IC225
USB
IC281
(IC225) and USB controller (IC281) are SPI
checked.

U1-2
USB BOOT:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

U1-3. INVALID ITEM U1-3. INVALID ITEM


Not for service.

U1-3
Invalidity

U1-4. APL (Apple) ID CHECK U1-4. APLAppleID CHECK


Apple authentication IC (IC222) device ID is Apple ICIC222 ID
checked.

U1-4
APL ID:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

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N1. INVALID ITEM N1. INVALID ITEM
Not for service.

N1-1 N1-9
Invalidity Invalidity

C1. DIGITAL P.C.B. CHECK C1. DIGITAL P.C.B. CHECK


This menu is used to check the communication and DIGITAL P.C.B.
bus line connection between devices on DIGITAL
P.C.B.

C1-1. ALL C1-1. ALL


The total detection result of sub-menus from C1-2 C1-8
C1-2 to C1-8 is displayed.

C1-1
ALL:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

C1-2. MCPU OSD C1-2. MCPU OSD


Microprocessor (IC225) and OSD FLASH ROM IC225 OSD FLASH ROMIC201
(IC201)s reading/writing are checked.

C1-2
MCPU OSD:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /

C1-3. OSD HDMI C1-3. OSD HDMI


OSD FLASH ROM (IC201) and HDMI IC OSD FLASH ROMIC201 HDMI ICIC202
(IC202)s reading/writing are checked.

C1-3
OSD HDMI:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /

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C1-4. VIDEO I/F C1-4. VIDEO I/F


Not for service.

C1-4
VIDEO I/F:--

C1-5. BUS DIR C1-5. BUS DIR


Communication and bus line connection IC225 DIRIC265
between microprocessor (IC225) and DIR
(IC265) are checked.

C1-5
DIR BUS:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

C1-6. BUS DSP C1-6. BUS DSP


Communication and bus line connection IC225 DSPIC241
between microprocessor (IC225) and DSP
(IC241) are checked.

C1-6
DSP BUS:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

C1-7. EEPROM C1-7. EEPROM


EEPROM (IC221)'s reading is checked. EEPROMIC221

C1-7
EEPROM:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /

C1-8. TUNER C1-8. TUNER


The AM/FM TUNER I2C (Inter integrated circuit) AM/FM TUNER I2CInter integrated circuit
bus line connection is checked.

C1-8
TUNER:OK
OK: No error detected /
NG: An error is detected /
--: Checking /
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C2. HDMI INFORMATION C2. HDMI INFORMATION
This menu is used to display information about HDMI. HDMI

C2-1. HDMI MODEL NAME C2-1. HDMI MODEL NAME


The model name written to HDMI module is HDMI
displayed.

C2-1
HMN:RX-V375
RX-V375
HTR-3066
HTR-2866

C2-2. HDMI PRODUCT ID C2-2. HDMI PRODUCT ID


Not for service.

C2-2
HID:3182

C3. INVALID ITEM C3. INVALID ITEM


Not for service.

C3-1 C3-4
Invalidity Invalidity

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V1. ANALOG VIDEO CHECK V1. ANALOG VIDEO CHECK


This menu is used to check the analog video signal
route.

V1-1. ANALOG BYPASS V1-1. ANALOG BYPASS


The video signal is converted and output as
shown below.

V1-1
ANALOG BYPASS

ANALOG BYPASS
HDMI IN HDMI OUT
DIGITAL
IC202
HDMI Receiver/
Transmitter

Component In Component Out

MAIN
IC40
Video
Selector

MAIN
IC41, IC42
Video
Selector
Composite In Composite Out

V1-2. MUTE CHECK V1-2. MUTE CHECK


The video signal is muted.

V1-2
MUTE CHECK

MUTE CHECK
HDMI IN HDMI OUT
DIGITAL
IC202
HDMI Receiver/
Transmitter

Component In Component Out

MAIN
MUTE (CPNT_ON=Low)
IC40
Video
Selector

MAIN
MUTE (CVBS_ON=Low)
IC41, IC42
Video
Selector
Composite In Composite Out

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V2. DIGITAL VIDEO CHECK V2. DIGITAL VIDEO CHECK
This menu is used to check the digital video signal
route.

V2-1. HDMI REPEAT V2-1. HDMI REPEAT


The video/audio signals input to HDMI IN jack HDMI IN
are output to HDMI OUT jack. HDMI OUT

V2-1
HDMI REPEAT **
The Deep Color video signals is input, 30 bit or
36 bit is displayed.
Deep Color 30 bit
36 bit

HDMI output TV
HDMI
HDMI

BD/DVD player

CB201 CB202 CB203 CB204 CB205


HDMI HDMI HDMI HDMI HDMI
IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 OUT

IC202

HDMI Receiver/Transmitter

SII9573CTUC

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V2-2. OSD (On-Screen Display) VIDEO OUT V2-2. OSDOn-Screen DisplayVIDEO OUT
The OSD CHECK screen is output to HDMI OSD CHECK HDMI OUT
OUT jack.

V2-2
OSD-VIDEO OUT

TV

HDMI

CB205
HDMI
OUT

IC202

HDMI Receiver/Transmitter

SII9573CTUC IC201
FLASH ROM
(OSD data)

TV screen display / TV

OSD CHECK screen


OSD CHECK

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R1. INVALID ITEM R1. INVALID ITEM
Not for service.

R1-1 R1-2
Invalidity Invalidity

P1. SYSTEM MONITOR P1. SYSTEM MONITOR


This menu is used to display the A/D conversion value
of the microprocessor which detects panel keys and A/D
protection functions by using the sub-menu. P1-7. KEY1/KEY2
When P1-7. KEY1/KEY2 sub-menu is selected, keys
become inoperable due to detection of the values VOLUME
of all keys. However, it is possible to advance to the
next menu by turning the VOLUME knob.
* Numeric values in the figure are given as reference
only.

P1-1. DC P1-1. DC
Power amplifier DC (DC voltage) output is DC
detected. IC225 120 LMT_DC
The voltage at 120 pin (LMT_DC) of IC225 is
displayed. 27 88
Normal value: 27 to 88 3.3 V=255
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255) DC
* If DC becomes out of the normal value range,
the protection function works to turn off the
power.

P1-1
DC: 058

P1-2. PS P1-2. PS
Power supply voltage (PS) protection detection. PS
The voltage at 126 pin (LMT_PS) of IC225 are IC225 126 LMT_PS
displayed.
Voltage detects: ACL, AC2, AC3, AC4 ACLAC2AC3AC4
Normal value: 101 to 155 101 155
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255
3.3 V=255)
PS
* If PS becomes out of the normal value range,
the protection function works to turn off the
power.

P1-2
PS:129/---/---

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P1-3. TMP P1-3. TMP


Temperature of the heatsink is detected.
The voltage at 122 pin (THM1)/123 pin (THM2) IC225 122 THM1 123 THM2
/110 pin (THM3) of IC225 is displayed. 110 THM3
Normal value
THM1: 42 to 255 THM1 42 255
THM2: 42 to 255 THM2 42 255
THM3: 114 to 255 THM3 114 255
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255) 3.3 V=255
* If THM1, THM2 or THM3 becomes out of THM1THM2 THM3
the normal value range, the protection
function works to turn off the power.

P1-3
TM:111/227/222
THM3
THM2
THM1

P1-4. OUTPUT LEVEL P1-4. OUTPUT LEVEL


Output level of speaker output is detected.
The voltage at 121 pin (LMT_0LV) of IC225 is IC225 121 LMT_0LV
displayed.
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255) 3.3 V=255

P1-4
OUTLVL: 255

P1-5. LIMITER CONTROL P1-5. LIMITER CONTROL


Power limitter control is detected.
The voltage at 7 pin (AMP_LMT) of IC225 is IC225 7 AMP_LMT
displayed.
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255) 3.3 V=255

P1-5
LMTCNT: 255

P1-6. USB VBUS P1-6. USB VBUS


Not for service.

P1-6
USB-VBUS:---

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P1-7. KEY P1-7. KEY
Panel key is detected.
When the A/D conversion value of the panel A/D
key becomes out of the specified range, normal
operation will not be available.
In that case, check the constant of voltage dividing
resistor, solder condition, etc. Refer to table. P1-7. KEY1/KEY2

* When P1-7. KEY1/KEY2 menu is selected,
keys become inoperable due to detection VOLUME
of the values of all keys. However, it is
possible to advance to the next menu by 3.3 V=255
turning the VOLUME knob.
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255)

P1-7
KY:255/255
KEY2
KEY1

Display / KEY1 Display / KEY2

RADIO
0 11 STRAIGHT 0 11
(SCENE4)

TUNING CD
12 37 12 32
>> (SCENE3)

TUNING TV
38 64 33 54
<< (SCENE2)

BD/DVD
65 88 AM 55 75
(SCENE1)

PROGRAM
89 113 FM 76 96
>

PRESET PROGRAM
114 139 97 119
> <

PRESET INPUT
140 164 120 142
< >

IINPUT
165 186 MEMORY 143 163
<

187 226 INFO 164 181

255 Key off 182 197


(Power)

198 229 TONE CONTROL

255 Key off

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P2. PROTECTION HISTORY P2. PROTECTION HISTORY


This menu is used to display the history of protection
function.
1 4
In the history 1 to 4, the setting information for
operation of each protection function will be stored.
STRAIGHT
All history of protection function and setting information
will be erased by pressing the STRAIGHT key.

* Numeric values in the figure are given as reference
only.

P2-1 P2-1. HISTORY 1 / 1 P2-5 P2-5. HISTORY 2 / 2


1.PS1 000L 2.I Prt
H: Displayed when the voltage is
HIGHER than upper limit.
P2-6 P2-6. POWER PORT 2

2.P-PORT:Ox2E
L: Displayed when the voltage is
LOWER than lower limit.

P2-7 P2-7. LAST INPUT 2

2.INPUT: 0x04
xxx: A/D conversion value of
voltage at the moment when
the protection function worked.
(Reference voltage: 3.3 V=255) P2-8 P2-8. LAST VOLUME LEVEL 2
2.VOL.: -.-dB
A/D
3.3 V=255

P2-9 P2-9. HISTORY 3 / 3


P2-2 P2-2. POWER PORT 1
3.Dc 000L
1.P-PORT:Ox2E Not for service

P2-10 P2-10. POWER PORT 3


P2-3 P2-3. LAST INPUT 1
3.P-PORT:Ox2E
1.INPUT: 0x04 The input source which was
selected last is displayed in
hexadecimal notation.
16 P2-11 P2-11. LAST INPUT 3
3.INPUT: 0x04
Display Input Source
0x00 HDMI1
0x01 HDMI2 P2-12 P2-12. LAST VOLUME LEVEL 3
0x02 HDMI3
3.VOL.: -.-dB
0x03 HDMI4
0x04 AV1
0x05 AV2
0x06 AV3 P2-13 P2-13. HISTORY 4 / 4
0x07 AV4 4.Tmpx 000L
0x08 AV5
0x09 AUDIO1
0x0A AUDIO2
0x0B TUNER P2-14 P2-14. POWER PORT 4
0x0C V-AUX 4.P-PORT:Ox2E
0x0D USB

P2-4 P2-4. LAST VOLUME LEVEL 1 P2-15 P2-15. LAST INPUT 4


1.VOL.: -.-dB The volume level which was 4.INPUT: 0x04
selected last is displayed.
-80.0 to +16.5 dB
P2-16 P2-16. LAST VOLUME LEVEL 4

4.VOL.: -.-dB
-80.0 +16.5 dB

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T1. TROUBLE SHOOTING INFORMATION T1. TROUBLE SHOOTING INFORMATION
This menu is used to display the operating time and
operation frequency of this unit.

* The operating time and operation frequency during
the self-diagnostic function mode will not be stored.

T1-1. OPERATING TIME T1-1. OPERATING TIME


The operating time of this unit is displayed.
The operating time will be erased by pressing STRAIGHT
the STRAIGHT key.

T1-1
0000D 00H 00M
Minute (0M to 59M) / 0M 59M
Hour (0H to 23H) / 0H 23H
Day (0D to 9999D) / 0D 9999D

T1-2. POWER-RELAY ON T1-2. POWER-RELAY ON


The operation frequency of the power relay RY151 16
(RY151) is displayed in hexadecimal notation.
The operation frequency will be erased by STRAIGHT
pressing the STRAIGHT key.

T1-2
PR-ON Num:0000
Operation frequency / 0 to FFFF (up to 65,535 times)
0 FFFF 65,535

T1-3. POWER AMP B T1-3. POWER AMP B


The operation frequency of the POWER AMP POWER AMP B RY5 16
B relay (RY5) is displayed in hexadecimal
notation. STRAIGHT
The operation frequency will be erased by
pressing the STRAIGHT key.

T1-3
P-AMP B Num:00
Operation frequency / 0 to FF (up to 255 times)
0 FF 255

T1-4. OUTPUT LEVEL T1-4. OUTPUT LEVEL


The maximum value of the speaker output level 16
is displayed in hexadecimal notation.
The maximum value will be erased by pressing STRAIGHT
the STRAIGHT key.

T1-4
OUTLVL MAX:00
Maximum value / 0 to FF
0 FF

T1-5. NRC (Net Restart Counter) T1-5. NRC (Net Restart Counter)
Not for service.

T1-5
NRC: -----
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S1. FIRMWARE UPDATE S1. FIRMWARE UPDATE


Not for service.
S1-1
UPDATE TI

S2. SET INFORMATION S2. SET INFORMATION


This menu is used to display the model name and
destination.

S2-1. INITIAL DISPLAY S2-1. INITIAL DISPLAY

S2-1
MODEL/DEST

S2-2. MODEL/DESTINATION S2-2. MODEL/DESTINATION


The model name and destination
are displayed.
S2-2
M/D: V375 J 0

Not for service /

Destination /
U / C / R (R, S) / T / K / A / G (B, G, F) / L (L, H) / J

Model name /
V375 : RX-V375
H3066 : HTR-3066
H2866 : HTR-2866

S3. FACTORY PRESET S3. FACTORY PRESET


This menu is used to reserve/inhibit initialization of the ICEEPROMDIGITAL P.C.B. IC221
back-up IC (EEPROM: IC221 on DIGITAL P.C.B.).

S3-1 S3-1. PRESET INHIBIT (Initialization inhibited) / PRESET INHIBIT


PRESET INHI Initialization of the back-up IC is not executed. Select this sub-menu to protect the values set by the user.
IC

S3-2 S3-2. PRESET RESERVED (Initialization reserved) / PRESET RESERVED


PRESET RSRV Initialization of the back-up IC is reserved. (Actual initialization is executed when the power is turned on
next.) To reset to the original factory settings or to reset the backup IC, select this sub-menu and press
the (Power) key to turn off the power.


CAUTION: Before setting to the PRESET RESERVED, PRESET RESERVED


write down the existing preset memory content
of the tuner. (This is because setting to the
PRESET RESERVED will cause the user
memory content to be erased.)

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S4. ROM VERSION/CHECKSUM S4. ROM VERSION/CHECKSUM
The firmware version and checksum values are
displayed.
The checksum is obtained by adding the data at every 8
8-bit and expressing the result as a hexadecimal 16
notation.
* Numeric values in the figure are given as reference
only.

S4-1 S4-1. SYSTEM VERSION


System: 1.01 The firmware version is displayed.

S4-2 S4-2. MICROPROCESSOR VERSION


Ver: 0023 The firmware version of MICROPROCESSOR (IC225 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
DIGITAL P.C.B. IC225

S4-3 S4-3. MICROPROCESSOR CHECKSUM


Sum: DA93 The checksum value of MICROPROCESSOR (IC225 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
DIGITAL P.C.B. IC225

S4-4 S4-4. DSP VERSION


TiVer.01.02r1 The firmware version of DSP (IC241 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
DSPDIGITAL P.C.B. IC241

S4-5 S4-5. DSP CHECKSUM


TiSum:CAA0054F The checksum value of DSP (IC241 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
DSPDIGITAL P.C.B. IC241

S4-6 S4-6. OSD (On-Screen Display) VERSION


O-V:20121127 The firmware version of OSD data (IC201 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
OSD DIGITAL P.C.B. IC201

S4-7 S4-7. OSD (On-Screen Display) CHECKSUM


O-Sum:9ED8 The checksum value of OSD data (IC201 on DIGITAL P.C.B.) is displayed.
OSD DIGITAL P.C.B. IC201

S4-8 S4-8. NETWORK VERSION


N:-------- Not for service.

S4-9 S4-9. NETWORK CHECKSUM


N-Sum:---- Not for service.

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S4-10 S4-10. USB CONTROLLER VERSION


U:------------ Not for service.

S4-11 S4-11. USB CONTROLLER CHECKSUM


U-Sum:---- Not for service.

S5. SOFT SWITCH S5. SOFT SWITCH


This menu is used to write the model name and ICEEPROM
destination to the back-up IC (EEPROM: IC221 on DIGITAL P.C.B. IC221
DIGITAL P.C.B.).
When the following parts are replaced, the model
name and destination MUST be written by using this
menu to have proper operation. DIGITAL P.C.B.
DIGITAL P.C.B. EEPROMDIGITAL P.C.B. IC221
EEPROM: IC221 on DIGITAL P.C.B.
S5-1.
To write the model name and destination, first switch SWITCH MODE
to the write mode by using the S5-1. SWITCH S5-3. DESTINATION
MODE menu and then select the desired destination S5-2. MODEL NAME
by using the S5-3. DESTINATION menu and the
desired model name by using S5-2. MODEL NAME
menu.

S5-1. SWITCH MODE S5-1. SWITCH MODE


Pressing the STRAIGHT key will change the STRAIGHT
display alternately as shown below. When S5-1. SW: MODEL
S5-1. SW: MODEL is displayed, this unit is in
the write mode.

Write mode /

S5-1 S5-1
SW :PCB SW :MODEL
Press the STRAIGHT key

Note: After writing of the model name and :


destination are completed, be sure to S5-1. SW: PCB
change to S5-1. SW: PCB.

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S5-2. MODEL NAME S5-2. MODEL NAME
Select the desired model name by pressing STRAIGHT
the STRAIGHT key. Then the selected model
name is written automatically.

S5-2 S5-2 S5-2


MODEL: V375 MODEL:H3066 MODEL:H2866
Press the STRAIGHT key

S5-3. DESTINATION S5-3. DESTINATION


Select the desired destination by pressing STRAIGHT
the STRAIGHT key. Then the selected
destination is written automatically.

* DEST: J is displayed to only J model.

S5-3 S5-3 S5-3


DEST :J DEST :U DEST :C
Press the STRAIGHT key

S5-3 S5-3 S5-3


DEST :RS DEST :T DEST :K

S5-3 S5-3 S5-3


DEST :A DEST :GB DEST :LH
* GB: B, G, F models

S5-3
DEST :F

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S6. SYSTEM INFORMATION S6. SYSTEM INFORMATION


This menu is used to display the model name and
destination.

S6-1. MODEL S6-1. MODEL


The model name and destination are
displayed.

S6-1
V3 000 J 000.

Not for service. /


Destination /
U / C / R (R, S) / T / K / A / G (B, G, F) / L, H / J
Not for service. /
Model name /
V3 (RX-V375) / H3 (HTR-3066) / H2 (HTR-2866)

S6-2. VERIFY S6-2. VERIFY


Not for service.

S6-2
Verify 255 00

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POWER AMPLIFIER ADJUSTMENT /
1. Right after power is turned on, confirm that the voltage 1. R137SURROUND Rch R135FRONT
across the terminals of R137 (SURROUND Rch), R135 RchR133CENTERR134FRONT LchR136
(FRONT Rch), R133 (CENTER), R134 (FRONT Lch) and SURROUND Lch0.1 mV
R136 (SURROUND Lch) are within the confines of 0.1 10 mV
mV to 10 mV.
2. If measured voltage exceeds 10 mV, remove R81 2. 10 mV R81SURROUND
(SURROUND Rch), R79 (FRONT Rch), R80 (CENTER), RchR79FRONT Rch
R80CENTER
R78FRONT
R78 (FRONT Lch) and R77 (SURROUND Lch), and LchR77SURROUND Lch
then reconfirm the voltage.

Attention
If the measured voltage exceeds 10 mV after repairing 10 mV
the power amplifier, check other parts again for any
possible defect before removing the resistor.
3. Confirm that the voltage is within the confines of 0.2 3. 60 0.2 mV 15 mV
mV to 15 mV after 60 minutes.

0.1 mV 10 mV
(DC)

R137 (SURROUND Rch)


R135 (FRONT Rch)
R133 (CENTER)
R134 (FRONT Lch)
R136 (SURROUND Lch)

Front side

R81 R77 R79 R78 R80

R137 R136 R135 R134 R133

MAIN (1) P.C.B.

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DISPLAY DATA
V1001 : 18-MT-11GNAK (OPERATION P.C.B.)

69 1

PATTERN AREA

PIN CONNECTION

Pin No. 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35
Connection F2 NX NP NP P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28 P29 P30 P31

Pin No. 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Connection P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 NX NX NX NX NX NX NX 18G 17G 16G 15G 14G 13G 12G 11G 10G 9G 8G 7G 6G 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G NP NP NX F1
Note : 1) F1, F2 ..... Filament pin 2) NP ..... No pin 3) NX ..... No extend pin 4) 1G-18G ..... Grid pin

GRID ASSIGNMENT

18G 17G 16G 17G 15G


S8 S9 S15 S5 S7 S5
1a 2a 1a 2a 1a 2a 1a 2a

S12 S10 S11 S6 S13


1G 2G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 8G 9G 10G 11G 12G 13G 14G

a
a S2
1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1

j
1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 S3
f b f b
h k 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 S3
g m S4
S2
r n 1-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4
g
e c e c
p 1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5

1-6 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6


d d

(18G16G) 1-7 2-7 3-7 4-7 5-7


(15G)

S1

(1G14G)

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ANODE CONNECTION

18G 17G 16G 15G 1G-14G

P1 1a 1a 1a S5 1-1

P2 1h 1h 1h S7 2-1

P3 1j 1j 1j 1d 3-1

P4 1k 1k 1k 2d 4-1

P5 1b 1b 1b S2 5-1

P6 1f 1f 1f 1e 1-2

P7 1m 1m 1m 2e 2-2

P8 1g 1g 1g S3 3-2

P9 1c 1c 1c 1c 4-2

P10 1e 1e 1e 2c 5-2

P11 1r 1r 1r S4 1-3

P12 1p 1p 1p 1g 2-3

P13 1n 1n 1n 2g 3-3

P14 1d 1d 1d 1f 4-3

P15 2a 2a 2a 2f 5-3

P16 2h 2h 2h 1b 1-4

P17 2j 2j 2j 2b 2-4

P18 2k 2k 2k 1a 3-4

P19 2b 2b 2b 2a 4-4

P20 2f 2f 2f 5-4

P21 2m 2m 2m 1-5

P22 2g 2g 2g 2-5

P23 2c 2c 2c 3-5

P24 2e 2e 2e 4-5

P25 2r 2r 2r 5-5

P26 2p 2p 2p 1-6

P27 2n 2n 2n 2-6

P28 2d 2d 2d 3-6

P29 S8 4-6

P30 S9 5-6

P31 S6 1-7

P32 S13 2-7

P33 S15 3-7

P34 S12 4-7

P35 S10 5-7

P36 S11 S1

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IC DATA
IC241: D70YE101BRFP266 (DIGITAL P.C.B.)
Decoder/Post processor
* No replacement part available. /

Program/Data JTAG EMU


256 RAM
D1
Data 256K Bytes McASP0
64 32
R/W 16 Serializes
Program/Data
C67x+CPU 256 ROM Page1 32
D2 Memory 256K Bytes
Data 64 Controller 32

McASP DMA Bus


R/W Program/Data McASP1
256 ROM Page2 32 6 Serializes
Program 256K Bytes
I/O INT Fetch
Program/Data 32 McASP2
256 ROM Page3 2 Serializes
256

256K Bytes 32 DIT Only

Program 32 SPI1
CSP 32 32

Peripheral Configuration Bus


Cache 256
32K Bytes PMP DMP
32 SPI0
32 32
32 I2C0
High-Performance
32
Crossbar Switch 32 I2C1

32 32 32 32
32 RT1

I/O Interrupts MAX0 CONTROL MAX1 Events 32 PLL


Out in
EMIF
dMAX
Peripheral Interrupt and DMA Events
SPI0_ENA/I2C1_SDA
SPI0_SCS/I2C1_SCL
SPI0_CLK/I2C0_SCL

EM_CS[2]

EM_CS[0]
EM_BA[0]

EM_BA[1]
EM_A[10]

EM_A[11]
EM_RAS

EM_A[0]

EM_A[1]
EM_A[2]

EM_A[3]

EM_A[4]
EM_A[5]

EM_A[6]
EM_A[7]

EM_A[8]
EM_A[9]
EM_RW
EM_OE

CVDD

CVDD

CVDD

CVDD
DVDD

DVDD

DVDD

DVDD
Vss

Vss

Vss

Vss

Vss

Vss
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73

Vss 109 72 Vss


SPI0_SIMO 110 71 EM_CKE
SPI0_SOMI/I2C0_SDA 111 70 EM_CLK
DVDD 112 69 Vss
AXR0[0] 113 68 DVDD
Vss 114 67 EM_WE_DQM[1]
AXR0[1] 115 66 EM_D[8]
AXR0[2] 116 65 CVDD
AXR0[3] 117 64 EM_D[9]
Vss 118 63 EM_D[10]
AXR0[4] 119 62 Vss
AXR0[5]/SPI1_SCS 120 61 EM_D[11]
AXR0[6]/SPI1_ENA 121 60 DVDD
AXR0[7]/SPI1_CLK 122 59 EM_D[12]
CVDD 123 58 EM_D[13]
Vss 124 57 CVDD
DVDD 125 56 EM_D[14]
AXR0[8]/AXR1[5]/SPI1_SOMI 126 55 EM_D[15]
AXR0[9]/AXR1[4]/SPI1_SIMO 127 54 Vss
CVDD 128 53 CVDD
Vss 129 52 EM_D[0]
AXR0[10]/AXR1[3] 130 51 EM_D[1]
AXR0[11]/AXR1[2] 131 50 DVDD
CVDD 132 49 EM_D[2]
Vss 133 48 EM_D[3]
AXR0[12]/AXR1[1] 134 47 Vss
AXR0[13]/AXR1[0] 135 46 EM_D[4]
DVDD 136 45 EM_D[5]
AXR0[14]/AXR2[1] 137 44 CVDD
AXR0[15]/AXR2[0] 138 43 EM_D[6]
ACLKR0 139 42 DVDD
Vss 140 41 EM_D[7]
AFSR0 141 40 Vss
ACLKX0 142 39 EM_WE_DQM[0]
AHCLKR0/AHCLKR1 143 38 EM_WE
AFSX0 144 37 EM_CAS
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Vss
AHCLKX0/AHCLKX2
AMUTE0
AMUTE1
AHCLKX1
Vss
ACLKX1
CVDD
ACLKR1
DVDD
AFSX1
AFSR1
Vss
RESET
Vss
CVDD
CLKIN
Vss
TMS
CVDD
TRST
OSCVss
OSCIN
OSCOUT
OSCVDD
Vss
PLLHV
TDI
TDO
Vss
DVDD
EMU[0]
CVDD
EMU[1]
TCK
Vss

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Function Name
No. I/O Detail of Function
(P.C.B.)
1 VSS
2 AHCLKX0/AHCLKX2 IO McASP0 and McASP2 transmit master clock
3 AMUTE0 IO McASP0 mute output
4 AMUTE1 IO McASP1 mute output
5 AHCLKX1 IO McASP1 transmit master clock
6 VSS
7 ACLKX1 IO McASP1 transmit bit clock
8 CVDD
9 ACLKR1 IO McASP1 receive bit clock
10 DVDD
11 AFSX1 IO McASP1 transmit frame Sync (L/R clock)
12 AFSR1 IO McASP1 receive frame Sync (L/R clock)
13 VSS
14 RESET IO Device reset pin
15 VSS
16 CVDD
17 CLKIN IO Alternate clock input (3.3-V LVCMOS input)
18 VSS
19 TMS IO Test mode select
20 CVDD
21 TRST IO Test reset
22 OSCVSS PWR Oscillator Vss tap point (for filter only)
23 OSCIN IO 1.2-V oscillator input
24 NC O
25 OSCVDD PWR Oscillator 1.2-V Vpp tap point (for filter only)
26 VSS
27 PLLHV PWR PLL 3.3-V supply input (requires external filter)
28 TDI IO Test data in
29 TDO OZ Test data out
30 VSS
31 DVDD
32 EMU[0] IO Emulation pin 0
33 CVDD
34 EMU[1] IO Emulation pin 1
35 TCK IO Test clock
36 Ground(Vss)
37 EM_CAS O SDRAM column address strobe
38 EM_WE O SDRAM write enable
39 EM_WE_DQM[0] O Write enable or byte enable for EM_D [7:0]
40 VSS
41 EM_D[7] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
42 DVDD
43 EM_D[6] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
44 CVDD
45 EM_D[5] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
46 EM_D[4] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
47 VSS
48 EM_D[3] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
49 EM_D[2] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
50 DVDD
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Function Name
No. I/O Detail of Function
(P.C.B.)
51 EM_D[1] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
52 EM_D[0] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
53 CVDD
54 VSS
55 EM_D[15] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
56 EM_D[14] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
57 CVDD
58 EM_D[13] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
59 EM_D[12] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
60 DVDD
61 EM_D[11] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
62 VSS
63 EM_D[10] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
64 EM_D[9] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-Bits]
65 CVDD
66 EM_D[8] IO EMIF data bus [lower 16-bits]
67 EM_WE_DQM[1] O Write enable or byte enable for EM_D [15:8]
68 DVDD
69 VSS
70 EM_CLK O SDRAM clock
71 EM_CKE O SDRAM clock enable
72 VSS
73 DVDD
74 EM_A[11] O EMIF address bus
75 EM_A[9] O EMIF address bus
76 EM_A[8] O EMIF address bus
77 CVDD
78 VSS
79 EM_A[7] O EMIF address bus
80 EM_A[6] O EMIF address bus
81 DVDD
82 VSS
83 EM_A[5] O EMIF address bus
84 EM_A[4] O EMIF address bus
85 CVDD
86 EM_A[3] O EMIF address bus
87 VSS
88 EM_A[2] O EMIF address bus
89 EM_A[1] O EMIF address bus
90 CVDD
91 EM_A[0] O EMIF address bus
92 DVDD
93 EM_A[10] O EMIF address bus
94 EM_BA[1] O SDRAM bank address and asynchronous memory Low-Order address
95 VSS
96 EM_BA[0] O SDRAM bank address and asynchronous memory Low-Order address
97 EM_CS[0] O SDRAM chip select
98 EM_RAS O SDRAM row address strobe
99 VSS
100 EM_CS[2] O Asynchronous memory chip select
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Function Name
No. I/O Detail of Function
(P.C.B.)
101 CVDD
102 NC O Asynchronous memory read/not write
103 DVDD
104 EM_OE O SDRAM output enable
105 SPI0_ENA/I2C1_SDA IO SPI0 enable (ready) or I2c1 serial data
106 VSS
107 SPI0_ENA/I2C1_SCL IO SPI0 enable (ready) or I2c1 serial clock
108 SPI0_CLK/I2C0_SCL IO SPI0 serial clock or I2c0 serial clock
109 VSS
110 SPIO_SIMO IO SPI0 data pin slave in master out
111 SPIO_SOMI/I2C0_SDA IO SPI0 data pin slave out master in or I2C0 serial data
112 DVDD
113 AXR0[0] IO McASP0 serial data 0
114 VSS
115 AXR0[1] IO McASP0 serial data 1
116 AXR0[2] IO McASP0 serial data 2
117 AXR0[3] IO McASP0 serial data 3
118 VSS
119 AXR0[4] IO McASP0 serial data 4
120 SPI1_SCS IO McASP0 serial data 5 or SPI1 slave chip select
121 SPI1_ENA IO McASP0 serial data 6 or SPI1 enable (ready)
122 SPI1_CLK IO McASP0 serial data 7 or SPI1 serial clock
123 CVDD
124 VSS
125 DVDD
McASP0 serial data 8 or McASP1 serial data 5 or SPI1 data pin slave out master
126 /SPI1_SOMI IO
in
McASP0 serial data 9 or McASP1 serial data 4 or SPI1 data pin slave in master
127 /SPI1_SIMO IO
out
128 CVDD
129 VSS
130 AXR0[10] IO McASP0 serial data 10 or McASP1 serial data 3
131 AXR0[11] IO McASP0 serial data 11 or McASP1 serial data 2
132 CVDD
133 VSS
134 AXR0[12] IO McASP0 serial data 12 or McASP1 serial data 1
135 AXR0[13] IO McASP0 serial data 13 or McASP1 serial data 0
136 DVDD
137 AXR0[14] IO McASP0 serial data 14 or McASP2 serial data 1
138 AXR0[15] IO McASP0 serial data 15 or McASP2 serial data 0
139 ACLKR0 IO McASP0 receive bit clock
140 VSS
141 AFSR0 IO McASP0 receive frame Sync (L/R clock)
142 ACLKX0 IO McASP0 transmit bit clock
143 AHCLKR0/AHCLKR1 IO McASP0 and McASP1 receive master clock
144 AFSX0 IO McASP0 transmit frame Sync (L/R clock)

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IC225: R5F3651TNFC (DIGITAL P.C.B.)


Microprocessor
* No replacement part available. /

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Port P0 Port P1 Port P2 Port P3 Port P4 Port P5 Port P12 Port P13

VCC2 ports

Internal peripheral functions


UART or System clock generator
clock synchronous serial I/O XIN-XOUT
Timer (16-bit)
(6 channels) XCIN-XCOUT
Outputs (timer A): 5 PLL frequency synthesizer
Clock synchronous serial I/O On-chip oscillator (125 kHz)
Inputs (timer B): 6 High-speewd on-chip oscillator
(8 bit x 2 channels)
Three-phase motor control circuit DMAC (4 channels)
Multi-master I2C-bus interface
(1 channel) CRC arithmetic circuit
Real-time clock (CRC-CCITT or CRC-16)

PWM function (8-bit x 2) CEC function Voltage detecter


Power-on reset
Remote control signal
On-chip debugger
receiver (2 circuits)
M16C/60 series Memory
Watchdog timer Microprocessor core
(15-bit) ROM
R0H R0L SB
A/D converter R1H R1L USP RAM
(10-bit resolution X 26 channels) R2
R3 ISP

D/A converter INTB


A0
(8-bit resolution X 2 circuits) PC
A1
FB FLG Multiplier

VCC1 ports

Port P14 Port P11 Port P10 Port P9 Port P8 Port P7 Port P6

2 8 8 8 8 8 8
98 N_INT3

91 N_INT6
90 N_INT7

84 P12_0
83 P12_1
82 P12_2
81 P12_3
80 P12_4
85 VCC2

66 RXD7
100 SDA6

65 TXD7
101 SCL6

67 CLK7
102 P1_1

99 P1_4

97 P1_6
96 P1_7
95 P2_0
94 P2_1
93 P2_2
92 P2_3

89 P2_6
88 P2_7

86 P3_0

79 P3_1
78 P3_2
77 P3_3
76 P3_4
75 P3_5
74 P3_6
73 P3_7
72 P4_0
71 P4_1
70 P4_2
69 P4_3
68 P4_4
87 VSS

P1_0 103 64 P12_5


P0_7 104 63 P12_6
P0_6 105 62 P12_7
P0_5 106 61 P5_0
P0_4 107 60 P5_1
P0_3 108 59 P5_2
P0_2 109 58 P5_3
AN0_1 110 57 P13_0
AN0_0 111 56 P13_1
P11_7 112 55 P13_2
P11_6 113 54 P13_3
P11_5 114 53 P5_4
P11_4 115 52 P5_5
P11_3 116 51 P5_6
P11_2 117 50 P5_7
P11_1 118 49 P13_4
P11_0 119 48 P13-5
AN7 120 47 P13-6
AN6 121 46 P13_7
AN5 122 45 P6_0
AN4 123 44 P6_1
AN3 124 43 SCL0
AN2 125 42 SDA0
AN1 126 41 P6_4
AVSS 127 40 CLK1
AN0 128 39 VSS
CLK3 10
P14_1 11
P14_0 12
BYTE 13
CNVSS 14
P8_7 15
P8_6 16
/RESET 17
XOUT 18
VSS 19
XIN 20
VCC1 21
CEC 22
N_INT2 23
N_INT1 24
N_INT0 25
TA4IN 26
P8_0 27
P7_7 28
P7_6 29
TA2IN 30
P7_4 31
TA1IN 32
P7_2 33
SCL2 34
SDA2 35
TXD1 36
VCC1 37
RXD1 38
VREF 1
AVCC 2
SIN4 3
SOUT4 4
CLK4 5
P9_4 6
DA0 7
SOUT3 8
SIN3 9

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I/O

MCU sleep
Pin Function Name

Power off
Port Name Detail of Function
No. (P.C.B.)

AC off
1 VREF VREF MCU MCU MCU AD standard voltage
2 AVCC AVCC MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor power supply
3 SIN4 E2R_MISO SI O SI EEPROM synchronization data input
4 SOUT4 FLD_MOSI SO O SO FL driver / EEPROM synchronization data output
5 CLK4 FLD_SCK SO O SO FL driver / EEPROM synchronous clock output
6 P9_4 (no use) O O O
7 DA0 AMP_LMT O O O Limiter control output
8 SOUT3 DSP_MOSI O O O DSP, DIR, DAC synchronization data output
9 SIN3 DSP_MISO I- I- I- DSP, DIR, DAC synchronization data input
10 CLK3 DSP_SCK O O O DSP, DIR, DAC synchronous clock output
11 P14_1 HDM_N_RST O O O HDMI RxTx reset
12 P14_0 TUN_N_RST O O O Tuner reset
13 BYTE BYTE MCU MCU MCU Data bus width reshuffling input / Low: Single chip mode (16bit)
14 CNVSS E8A_CNVSS MCU MCU MCU Processor mode select / Low: Single chip mode
15 P8_7 (no use) O O O
16 P8_6 DIAG_FCT O O O Diag OK: Output High / Diag NG: Output Low (default)
17 /RESET CPU_N_RST MCU MCU MCU Reset input
18 XOUT XOUT MCU MCU MCU Oscillation circuit output
19 VSS DGND MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor ground
20 XIN XIN MCU MCU MCU Oscillation circuit input
21 VCC1 +3.3M MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor power supply
22 CEC HDM_CEC IO I+ I+ Microprocessor CEC control
23 N_INT2 DSP_N_INT IRQ IRQ O Interrupt input from DSP
24 N_INT1 HDM_MUT I- I- I- HDMI MUTE input / H: Mute
25 N_INT0 HDM_INT I- I- I- Interrupt input from HDMI RxTx
26 TA4IN DIR_N_INT I O I DIR interrupt input
27 P8_0 (no use) O O O
28 P7_7 DIR_N_RST O O O DIR reset
29 P7_6 DIR_N_CS O O O DIR chip select
30 TA2IN TUN_N_INT O O O Tuner GPIO2 input
31 P7_4 (reserve) O O O NET SPI request
32 TA1IN N_PDET I+ I+ I+ AC power detection / L: Power down
33 P7_2 (reserve) O O O NET SPI ready
34 SCL2 HDM_SCL O O O HDMI Rx/Tx I2C SCL output
35 SDA2 HDM_SDA O O O HDMI Rx/Tx I2C SDA input and output
36 TXD1 E8A_TXD SO I+ I+
37 VCC1 +3.3M MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor power supply
38 RXD1 E8A_RXD SI I+ I+
39 VSS DGND MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor ground
40 CLK1 E8A_SCLK SI I+ I+
41 P6_4 E8A_BUSY I- I- I-
42 SDA0 TUN_SDA O O O Tuner I2C, Apple co-processor synchronization data input and output
43 SCL0 TUN_SCL O O O Tuner I2C, Apple co-processor synchronous clock output
44 P6_1 (no use) O O O
45 P6_0 (no use) O O O
46 P13_7 R2A_MOSI O O O Electronic volume flip-flop synchronization data output
47 P13_6 R2A_SCK O O O Electronic volume flip-flop synchronous clock output
48 P13_5 I_PRT I- I- I- Overcurrent protection detection
49 P13_4 TRANS_RY O O O Switching transformer winding / H: ACL, L: ACH
50 P5_7 (no use) O O O
51 P5_6 SW_N_MT O O O Mute control (Subwoofer)
52 P5_5 E8A_N_EPM I- I- I-
53 P5_4 HP_N_DET O O O Headphone detection / L: Headphone detected
54 P13_3 HPRY O O O Headphone relay control
55 P13_2 SPRY_S O O O Speaker relay control (Surround) / H: Relay on
56 P13_1 SPRY_C O O O Speaker relay control (Center) / H: Relay on
57 P13_0 SPRY_F O O O Speaker relay control (Front) / H: Relay on
58 P5_3 S_N_MT O O O Mute control (Surround)
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Pin Function Name

Power off
Port Name Detail of Function
No. (P.C.B.)

AC off
59 P5_2 C_N_MT O O O Mute control (Center)
60 P5_1 F_N_MT O O O Mute control (Front)
61 P5_0 E8A_N_CE I+ I+ I+
62 P12_7 OSDFS_N_CS O O O Chip select control of OSD Flash from microprocessor
63 P12_6 (no use) O O O
64 P12_5 PWR_RY O O O Power relay control / H: On
65 TXD7 USB_MOSI SO O SO USB, OSD Flash synchronization data output
66 RXD7 USB_MISO SI O O USB, OSD Flash synchronization data input
67 CLK7 USB_CLK SO O SO USB, OSD Flash synchronous clock output
68 P4_4 APL_BUS_SEL O O O Apple authentication chip bus select
H: Apple CP Connection, L: Apple CP disconnect
69 P4_3 USB_N_CS O O O USB device chip select
70 P4_2 (no use) O O O
71 P4_1 N_FCT I I I FCT detection / H: Product mode, L: FCT mode
72 P4_0 J_N_DEST I I I J model detection / L: J model, H: Other than J model
Connection switching of Microprocessor SPI and HDMI Rx/Tx OSD SPI to
73 P3_7 OSDFS_BUS_SEL O O O
OSD Flash SPI
74 P3_6 VOL_RB I+ I+ I+ Volume rotary encoder B
75 P3_5 VOL_RA I+ I+ I+ Volume rotary encoder A
76 P3_4 FLD_N_CS O O O FL driver chip select
77 P3_3 FLD_N_RST O O O FL driver reset
78 P3_2 MIC_N_DET I- I- I- MIC detection / L: MIC detected
79 P3_1 (no use) O O O
80 P12_4 (no use) O O O
81 P12_3 (no use) O O O
82 P12_2 (no use) O O O
83 P12_1 5D_PON H: Power supply ON
84 P12_0 3D_PON H: Power supply ON
85 VCC2 VCC2 MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor power supply
86 P3_0 E2R_N_CS O O O EEPROM chip select
87 VSS VSS MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor ground
88 P2_7 (no use) O O O
89 P2_6 USB_BUSY I I I Condition output from USB device
90 N_INT7 REM_IN IRQ IRQ I Remote control pulse input
91 N_INT6 PSW_N_DET IRQ IRQ I Power system switch (Power, Scene) detection / L: Standby key ON
92 P2_3 DSP_N_RST O O O DSP reset
93 P2_2 DSP_N_RDY I+ O I+ DSP Ready input
94 P2_1 DSP_N_CS O O O DSP chip select
95 P2_0 DSP_FMT O O O DSP full mute output / H: Mute
96 P1_7 USB_SEARCH I- I- I- Condition output from USB device
97 P1_6 USB_IRPTO I- I- I- Condition output from USB device
98 N_INT3 USB_MCHNG USB file reproduction end flag input
99 P1_4 USB_N_RST O O O USB device reset
100 SDA6 USB_SDA O O O USB I2C synchronization data input and output
101 SCL6 USB_SCL I+ I+ I+ USB I2C synchronous clock output
102 P1_1 (no use) O O O
103 P1_0 (no use) O O O
104 P0_7 DAC_N_CS O O O DAC chip select
105 P0_6 APL_N_RST O O O Apple authentication chip reset
106 AN0_5 (reserve) AD spare
107 AN0_4 (reserve) AD spare
108 AN0_3 (reserve) AD spare
109 AN0_2 (reserve) AD spare
110 AN0_1 THM3 I I I Temperature detection 3
111 AN0_0 DEST_FCT AD spare
112 P11_7 (no use) O O O
113 P11_6 DIR_SDO I O I DIR_SDO input for CDDA writing
114 P11_5 DIR_WCK I O I DIR_WCK input for CDDA writing
70
RX-V375/HTR-3066/
RX-V375/HTR-3066/HTR-2866

HTR-2866
I/O

MCU sleep
Pin Function Name

Power off
Port Name Detail of Function
No. (P.C.B.)

AC off
115 P11_4 CPNT_N_PS O O O Component video selector IC power save
116 P11_3 VO_N_MT O O O Composite video selector mute
117 P11_2 VSEL3 O O O Video input select
118 P11_1 VSEL2 O O O Video input select
119 P11_0 VSEL1 O O O Video input select
120 AN7 DC_PRT I I I Power amp DC detection
121 AN6 AMP_OLV I I I Power amp output level detection
122 AN5 THM1 I I I Temperature detection 1
123 AN4 THM2 I I I Temperature detection 2
124 AN3 KEY2 I I I KEY AD value uptake 2
125 AN2 KEY1 I I I KEY AD value uptake 1
126 AN1 PS_PRT I I I PS protection detection
127 AVSS AVSS MCU MCU MCU Microprocessor ground
128 P10_0 (no use) O O O AD spare

Key detection for A/D port


Key input (A/D) pull-up resistance 10 k-ohms

0 + 1.0 k + 1.5 k + 1.8 k + 2.2 k + 3.3 k + 4.7 k + 8.2 k + 10 k


Detected voltage value
0 0.15 V 0.15 0.48 V 0.49 0.82 V 0.83 1.14 V 1.15 1.46 V 1.47 1.79 V 1.80 2.12 V 2.13 2.40 V 2.41 2.91 V
at 125 pin

A/D value
0 11 12 37 38 64 65 88 89 113 114 139 140 164 165 186 187 226
(3.3 V=255)

TUNING TUNING PRESET PRESET


KEY1 STRAIGHT AM FM MEMORY INFO
>> << > <

0 + 1.0 k + 1.0 k + 1.5 k + 1.5 k + 2.2 k + 3.3 k + 4.7 k (22 k + 33 k) + 22 k + 33 k


Detected voltage value
0 0.15 V 0.15 0.42 V 0.43 0.70 V 0.71 0.97 V 0.98 1.24 V 1.25 1.53 V 1.54 1.84 V 1.84 2.10 V 2.11 2.33 V 2.34 2.54 V 2.55 2.97 V
at 124 pin

A/D value
0 11 12 32 33 54 55 75 76 96 97 119 120 142 143 163 164 181 182 197 198 229
(3.3 V=255)

RADIO CD TV BD/DVD PROGRAM PROGRAM INPUT INPUT TONE


KEY2
(SCENE4) (SCENE3) (SCENE2) (SCENE1) > < > < (Power) CONTROL

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RX-V375/HTR-3066/HTR-2866
HTR-2866

MEMO

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1 BLOCK DIAGRAMS

HDM_CEC OSDFS_BUS_SEL

20-27 IN1 HDM_N_RST


HDMI IN 1 IC202
SPI
IC204 IC201
28-35 IN2 HDMI SPI Switch OSD Flash 16Mbit
HDMI IN 2 SPI7 TC7MBL3257CFT W25Q16CVSSIG
Receiver/Transmitter
39-46 IN3 SiI9573CTUC 152-159 HDMI OUT
HDMI IN 3
ARC
2 HDMI IN 4
47-54 IN4 ARC SPDIF ARC
SPDIF I2S OUT I2C2
HDMI SPDIF 113 114

HDMI ARC SPDIF


XL201
27.0MHz

MAIN MAIN
r 4FFQBHF106
(Component)
r 4FFQBHF106
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
AV 1 IC40
(Optical) Component
Selector/Amplifier MONITOR OUT

NJM2586AVC3
(Component)

3 AV 2
(Coaxial) 5VSEL1 CPNT_ON CVBS_ON
5VSEL2

(Composite) IC42 IC41 MONITOR OUT


AV 3 Composite Composite (VIDEO)
(Coaxial)
Selector Amplifier
TC74HC4051AFEL NJM2581M
AV OUT
(Composite)
AV 4 HDMI_I2S
(Optical) 5VSEL1CPNT_ON
5VSEL2 AUP_I2S
5VSEL3

(Composite) AUDIO OUT


AV 5 (Analog) IC243 IC242
4 FLASH ROM 16Mb SDRAM 64Mb
XL261
24.576MHz
MX29LV160DBTI-70G M12L64164A-5TG2Y Speaker Relay
HP_N_DET
(Analog) 39 40 RY2
AUDIO 1 34
PHONES
DIR_N_RST
IC265 2 HP_RY
SPDIF DIR_N_INT RY1
5 DA_FL DAFL 63 7 VOFL
MUTE FL FL FRONT L
(Analog) DIR and ADC IC21
AUDIO 2 DIR_I2S 130 SD0 7 DA_FR DAFR 62
Selector
8 VOFR F_MT SPRY_F
PCM9211PTR FR FR FRONT R
131 SD1 11 DA_SL DASL 65 and 5 VOC
MUTE
A-Filter E-Volume
VAUX (Composite) IC241 134 SD2 IC266 12 DA_SR DASR 64 6 VOSL RY4
MUTE C C CENTER
AUDIO DSP 135 SD3 AUDIO DAC 8 DA_C DAC 67 3 VOSR SPEAKERS
BD3474KS2 C_MT SPRY_C
(Analog) 2ch Analog D70YE101BRFP266 PCM1681PWPR RY3
Portable 10 DA_SW DASW 66 4 VOSW
SL SL SURROUND L
IC21 MUTE
14 S_MT SPRY_S
Selector and DSP_N_RST
120
DSP_N_CS MUTE SR SR SURROUND R
5 E-Volume 10
11
VOL_SCK
107
121
DSP_N_INT
10
VOL_MOSI DSP_N_RDY VOL_SCK
(Analog)
BD3474KS2 105
DSP_FMT
2
DAC_N_CS
11
VOL_MOSI
AM/FM tuner I2C0
IC27
I2C6 I2C0
TUN_N_INT BA4560F
SPDIF
MUTE SUBWOOFER
SPI3
IC281 IC222 IC2325 PRE OUT
SW_MT
USB iPod authentication Amp block
and
Front USB (Digital) BU94502AMUV chip Heatsink
ROHM MFI337S3959 TRANS_RY and
14 15 AMP_LMT Main Power Supply
<Interrupt> <Serial>
XL281 25 BA4560F
(Analog) SPI7 APL_N_RST HDM_INT /INT0 UART1 E8A
16.9344MHz 24
YPAO MIC HDM_MUT /INT1 SPI3 DSP/DAC/DIR I_PRT
MIC_N_DET DSP_N_INT 23 /INT2 SPI4 EEPROM/FL DC_PRT Main Power RY151
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) / 98
USB_MCHNG /INT3 SPI7 USB controller/SPI SW THM1_PRT Supply
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models) 91
PSW_N_DET /INT6 I2C0 TUNER THM2_PRT
REM_IN
90
/INT7 I2C2 HDMI THM3_PRT (Power
FLD_N_RST IC225 I2C6 USB controller AMP_OLV Transformer) PWR_RY
6 FL DISPLAY FLD_N_CS <Timer>
SPI4 N_PDET 32 TA1IN Microprocessor
30
TUN_N_INT
26
TA2IN M16C/65 <AD Port>
126
DIR_N_INT TA4IN AN1 PS_PRT Standby
R5F3651TNFC AN2
125
KEY1 CPU_N_RST
124 Power Supply AC IN
IC221 1,8
AN3
123
KEY2 PDET_N
REM_IN
EEPROM 32kbit E2R_N_CS <PIO> ROM: 768kByte AN4 THM2 (Sub-transformer)
Remote control sensor J_N_DEST
72
P4_0 AN5
122
THM1
R1EX25032ASA00A OSDFS_BUS_SEL
73
P3_7
RAM: 47kByte AN6
121
AMP_OLV
120
AN7 DC_PRT
22 111
HDM_CEC CEC AN0_0 DEST_FCT
AN0_1 110 THM3
VOL_RA
VOLUME VOL_RB
18
XL221
8.0MHz
KEY1
r 4FFQBHF99 20
Front Panel keys KEY2 DIGITAL
PSW_N_DET SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

7 r 4FFQBHF103 r 4FFQBHF103
OPERATION OPERATION
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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Power Supply Section Block Diagram

Speaker Impedance relay


Power Transformer +3.3M Microprocessor (IC225)
+B Power Amplifier Control Circuits Around Microprocessor
R1 Remote/Key Input/Rotary Encoder (P.C.B. OPE)
RY5
D19 C46

IC261
C47 +7D +3.3D HDMI (IC202)
+3.3D DSP (IC241), SDRAM (IC242), FLASH ROM (IC243)
RY5 -B Power Amplifier DIR (IC265), DAC (IC266)
2 3D_PON
USB Controller (IC281) RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) /
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
Q2212
+3.3FL +3.3FL FL Driver (P.C.B. OPE IC101)
Q21 -VP FL Driver
3D_PON

r 4FFQBHF106
MAIN IC262
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM +5VA Analog Video +1.2DSP +1.2DSP DSP (IC241)

3D_PON

IC268
IC135 +1.3H +1.3H HDMI (IC202)
+5A +5A DAC/ADC

OPERATION r 4FFQBHF103
3D_PON

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM Q1303 +5T Tuner IC226


+3.3APL +3.3APL Apple Coprocessor (IC222)

3D_PON
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) /
3 HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

+7A Electronic Volume

IC263
+5HDM +5HDM HDMI OUT Connector (+5VPower)
IC133
+12A Ope-Amp/Relay 5D_PON
+12A
R2 IC264
C1318 +5D +5D HDMI (IC202)
D1308 P.C.B. MAIN Optical IN (25mA x 2), Coaxial IN, Buffer
5D_PON
Drive Level Conversion Logic (IC267)

C1319
-12A Ope-Amp/Relay
-12A
IC134

-7A Electronic Volume


4 r 4FFQBHF99
DIGITAL
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
-5VA Analog Video
Q401

R3
C1320
D1309

IC132 IC102
+5.5U USB Power Supply
R1172H501D-T1-F
R4 (Regulated by 5.0-5.2V)
C1317
D1307
5D_PON
(Front DIGITAL P.C.B.)

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) /


HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

RY151 F1501 R5
F1 FL Filament
6 AC IN
F2 FL Filament

IC131
+3.3M

Sub-transformer
RY151

PRY
Q1501

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1 WIRING DIAGRAM

Flexible flat cable

(1-1/8")
30 mm
OPERATION (4)
Flexible flat cable
40 mm
Power cable Contact side (1-5/8")
50 mm (2") to OPERATION (4)
2 to DIGITAL (CB194)
(CB223) CB194 to MAIN (2)
(CB41) Contact side
to OPERATION (3)
(CB154) MAIN (2) CB41 20 mm (3/4")
Cord Stopper
Contact side to AM/FM TUNER

MAIN (3) R, L models


AM/FM TUNER
Top view Side view

CB51

CB263
CB223
CB196
3

CB3
MAIN (2)
CB151
CB154 CB41 CB194
CB155

CB222
CB1
MAIN (1)
OPERATION (3)

CB264

5 mm
(1/4")
OPERATION (4)
CB2 DIGITAL CB281 CB195
W1
CB221
CB262 CB132
CB193
PN191

CB135 CB134 PN132


PN131
CB132
POWER CB136
4 CB131
TRANSFORMER OPERATION (2)
MAIN (1)

PN185
PN61

CB166 MAIN (5)


W1004 View A
PN101

5 CB101 CB104

OPERATION (5) MAIN (4)

Flexible flat cable

Front panel (View A)


OPERATION (6)
Contact side

to OPERATION (1) to OPERATION (4)


6 (CB104) (CB193)

CB145 2 mm (1/8")
W1004 PN102 to DIGITAL
(CB281)
OPERATION (1)
CB106
to OPERATION (4)
CB102 CB104 to OPERATION (1)
to OPERATION (2) (CB193)
(CB101)
(CB136)
CB103 CB101

20 mm
CB171

(3/4")
to DIGITAL
(CB221)
7 Contact side to DIGITAL
OPERATION (7) Flexible flat cable (CB221)

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DIGITAL (Side A) Semiconductor Location


Ref no. Location
2 D2002 D4
D2201 C6
No replacement part available. No replacement part available. D2601 E6
IC201 E4
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) IC202 F4
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
IC204 E4
HDMI 1 IC221 D5
HDMI 4 HDMI 3 HDMI 2 HDMI OUT IC222 C3
(BD/DVD)
IC223 C6
CB204 CB203 CB202 CB201 CB205 IC224 C5
OPERATION (4) IC225 D4
3 3 1 (CB196)
IC226 C3
IC226

7
4 5 8 IC241 F5
J_N_DEST

IC267
5 4 1 +5D IC243 E5
IC222 14
8
AV1_D IC261 E5
1
44 1 AV2_D
AM/FM TUNER 45 176 DGND IC262 E6
AV3_D IC263 D5
12 1
13 48 AV4_D
RST DGND IC264 D5
SDIO

CB263
SCLK IC265 NC IC265 G4
GPIO2
CB223

NC 24 37 NC
GND IC202 25 36
NC IC266 H4
ROUT
LOUT
+5T 1 8 NC IC267 H3

IC201
5VSEL1
4 38 1 88 5VSEL2 IC268 E5
4 5 133
39 128
9 8 89 132 5VSEL3 IC281 H5

IC204
1 28
CVBS_ON
CPNT_ON Q2009 D4

IC266
TUL 16 1
TUR IC225
DGND Q2201 D5
TUE
NC 8 5 15
Q2202 D5
SW_MT 64 IC268
14

VOL_SCK
VOL_MOSI 103 Q2204 C5
65 102 ADR
DGND 1 4 AGND Q2205 C5
DGND
CB222

DC_PRT ADL
I_PRT Q2206 C5
AMP_OLV AGND
AMP_LMT 14 8 DA_FL Q2207 C5
TRANS_RY
HP_N_DET IC224 48 25 AGND Q2208 D4
HPRY 5 4 DA_FR
SPRY_S 72 37
IC261

SPRY_C Q2211 G6

CB264
36 DA_C
5 SPRY_F 1 7
73
AGND
PS_PRT 5 4 8 1 Q2212 G6
THM3
IC221

40 31 DA_SW
Q2216 C3
IC243
8 1 1 30 DA_SL

IC241

IC281
DA_SR
MAIN (1) 10
(CB1) 11 21 AGND
3 1
3 1 20 F_MT
IC263
IC264 C_MT
4 5
4 5 1 8
1 24 S_MT
IC262

CB281
108 1 +5A
4 5
109 144 NC

4 3
IC223
OPERATION (4)
5 1 (CB195)

6 CB262
CB221

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
THM2
THM1
DGND
+7D

AGND
+5T
MG
+3.3M
CPU_N_RST
PWR_RY
N_PDET
+5A

MIC_N_DET

PSW_N_DET

FLD_N_CS
KEY1
DGND
VDL_RA

5D_PON
FLD_SCK
No replacement part available.

-DATA
+DATA
DGND
DGND
VDL_RB
REM_IN
FLD_N_RST
FLD_MOSI
KEY2
+3.3FL
+3.3M
V_BUS
OPERATION (2) OPERATION (1) (W1004)
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
(CB131)
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
OPERATION (1)
7 (CB101)

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DIGITAL (Side B)
2

4
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

1 27

5 Semiconductor Location

IC242
Ref no. Location
D2023 C3
D2202 G6
D2203 G6
54 28
D2204 G6
IC242 E5
Q2001 G3
Q2002 G3
Q2003 F3
6 Q2004 F3
Q2005 E3
Q2006 E3
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) Q2007 D3
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
Q2008 D3
Q2203 F4
Q2209 F4
Q2210 F4

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1 RX-V375/HTR-3066

OPERATION (1) (Side A)

DIGITAL (CB221)
OPERATION (7)
(CB171)
DGND
MIC_N_DET
VOL_RB
VOL_RA
REM_IN FG
PSW_DET PSW_DET
FLD_N_RST
CB101

FLD_SCK MGND
FLD_MOSI MIC_N_DET

CB103
FLD_N_CS
KEY2 -12A
3 +3.3F
KEY1
E
DGND MIC
+3.3M
5D_PON Remote control sensor +12A
V_BUS

AUXR
AUXE +5.5U
CB104

AUXL UGND

CB102
+12A
MIC F1
E -VP
-12A
VAUXE F2
VAUX

OPERATION (4) TUNING AM FM PRESET MEMORY INFO OPERATION (2)


CB106 (CB136)
(CB193)

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)
SCENE
FG
MGND
VRB
VRA
+3.3M

W1004 RADIO CD TV BD
OPERATION (6) DVD
5 (CB145)
JK101

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models) CB105


HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

USB VIDEO AUX STRAIGHT PROGRAM TONE CONTROL INPUT


W1004 VIDEO PORTABLE

6
DGND
+DATA
-DATA

DIGITAL (CB281)
RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

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1 RX-V375/HTR-3066

OPERATION (1) (Side B)

33 32

48 IC101 17
49 16
3

64 1

3 1
IC102
4 5

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

6
Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D1001 H3 IC102 C5
D1002 H3 Q1001 E3
D1003 D5 Q1002 E3
D1004 D5 Q1003 E3
D1007 C5 Q1004 F3
IC101 F3

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OPERATION (2) (Side A) RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


U, C models HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

OUT COM IN OUT COM IN OUT COM IN OUT COM IN 4 1


IC137 IC136 IC132 IC135 IC133 IC134 IC131

+5.5U
UGND
AC6
-VP
CB
13

AC6
6

OPERATION (1)
CB131
(CB102)

3 CB132

MGND
ACDET
PWR_RY
S9
THM2
THM1
DGND
+7D

AGND
+5T
MGND
+3.3M
CPU_N_RST
PWR_RY
N_PDET
+5A
CB135 CB134

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


DIGITAL (CB262)

-VP
PS_PRT
-12A
AGND
+12A
NC
AC5
AC5
AC4
AC4
AC3
AC3
AC2
E
AC2

HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

POWER TRANSFORMER OPERATION (3) (Side A)


MAIN (1) RX-V375 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H, J models)
(CB2) R, S models HTR-3066 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models)

RX-V375 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H, J models)


HTR-3066 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models)

5 Semiconductor Location
R, S models
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D1307 C2 D1507 H5 IC137 D2
D1308 D3 IC131 H2 Q1303 G3
D1309 D2 IC132 F2 Q1501 H7
D1503 G5 IC133 G2 Q1502 H7
CB154
D1504 G5 IC134 G2 Q1503 H7
D1505 H5 IC135 G2 Q1504 H6 AC IN
MGND

51
D1506 H5 IC136 D2

B1
ACDET

C
PWR_RY
S9
6 R, S models

Safety measures
5 k-ohms
Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such
10 W
as wearing insulating gloves.
Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge remains and a CB155
high voltage continues to exist there. Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals
of each capacitor indicated below to discharge electricity. The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds per each. RX-V375 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H, J models)
C1501 on OPERATION (3) P.C.B. HTR-3066 (U, C, T, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models) CB152 CB153



OFF
7 5 k /10 W 30
OPERATION3P.C.B. C1501
R, S models
POWER TRANSFORMER
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1 RX-V375/HTR-3066

OPERATION (2) (Side B)


U, C models RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
T model
HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

T model

OPERATION (3) (Side B)

5 Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D1301 H2 D1502 G6
D1302 H2 D1508 G5
D1303 H2 D1509 G5
D1304 G2 D1510 G6
D1305 H2 Q1301 H2
D1306 H3 Q1302 H2 R, S models
D1313 B2 Q1304 G3
D1314 B2 Q1505 G6
6 D1501 G6

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OPERATION (4) (Side A) OPERATION (5) (Side A) OPERATION (6) (Side A)


PHONES
SILENT CINEMA
MAIN (1) MAIN (1)
(CB21) (CB22)

DA_SW

DA_SR
DA_FR

DA_SL
AV1_D
AV2_D

AV3_D
AV4_D

DA_FL
DGND

DGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND
AGND

AGND
AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND
AUXR

AUXE

C_MT
DA_C

S_MT
F_MT
AUXL

+12A
-12A
ADR
ADL
+5D

MIC
JK166

CB192 CB191

+3.3M
VRA

CB145
VRB
MGND
FG
MAIN (1)
(W1)
3 OPERATION (1)
(CB106)
HPL

CB166
HPE
HPR VOLUME
HP_N_DET

VAUX
VAUXE
CB194 -12A
AGND

CB193
MIC
+12A
AUXL
AGND
CPNT_ON
5VSEL2

VAUX
VAUXE
CVBS_ON
-12A

AUXE
AUXR

OPERATION (1)
(CB104)
OPERATION (7) (Side A)
CB196 CB195
AGND
5VSEL1

VAUX
VAUXE
5VSEL3
+5A

RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)


5 HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

MAIN (2)
5VSEL1
NC
NC

NC
NC
+5D

DGND

DGND
DGND

AV4_D
AV3_D
AV2_D
AV1_D

5VSEL2
5VSEL3
CVBS_ON
J_N_DEST

CPNT_ON

ADR
AGND
ADL
AGND
DA_FL
AGND
DA_FR
DA_C
AGND
DA_SW
DA_SL
DA_SR
AGND
F_MT
C_MT
S_MT

NC
+5A

(CB41)
FG
PSW_DET
DIGITAL (CB264) MGND

CB171
DIGITAL (CB263) MIC_N_DET
-12A
E
MIC
+12A

6 OPERATION (1)
(CB103)

JK171

YPAO MIC
(Power)

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OPERATION (4) (Side B) OPERATION (5) (Side B) OPERATION (6) (Side B)

OPERATION (7) (Side B)


RX-V375 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H, J models)
5 HTR-3066 (U, C, R, K, A, B, G, F, L, S, H models)

U, C models
1 8

IC171
4 5

Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D1703 H6
IC171 I6

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OPERATION (1) (Side A)

DIGITAL (CB221)
OPERATION (7)
(CB171)
DGND
MIC_N_DET
VOL_RB
VOL_RA
REM_IN FG
PSW_DET PSW_DET
FLD_N_RST
CB101

FLD_SCK MGND
FLD_MOSI MIC_N_DET

CB103
FLD_N_CS
KEY2 -12A
3 +3.3F
KEY1
E
DGND MIC
+3.3M
5D_PON Remote control sensor +12A
V_BUS

AUXR
AUXE +5.5U
CB104

AUXL UGND

CB102
+12A
MIC F1
E -VP
-12A
VAUXE F2
VAUX

OPERATION (4) TUNING AM FM PRESET MEMORY INFO OPERATION (2)


CB106 (CB136)
(CB193)

SCENE
FG
MGND
VRB
VRA
+3.3M

W1004 RADIO CD TV BD
OPERATION (6) DVD
5 (CB145)
JK101

CB105

VIDEO AUX STRAIGHT PROGRAM TONE CONTROL INPUT


VIDEO PORTABLE

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OPERATION (1) (Side B)

33 32

48 IC101 17
49 16
3

64 1

IC102

Semiconductor Location
6
Ref no. Location
D1001 H3
D1002 H3
D1003 D5
D1004 D5
IC101 F3
Q1001 E3
Q1002 E3
Q1003 E3
Q1004 F3
7

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OPERATION (2) (Side A)


C model

OUT COM IN OUT COM IN OUT COM IN 4 1


IC137 IC136 IC132 IC135 IC133 IC134 IC131

+5.5U
UGND
AC6
-VP
CB
13

AC6
6

OPERATION (1)
CB131
(CB102)

3 CB132

MGND
ACDET
PWR_RY
S9
THM2
THM1
DGND
+7D

AGND
+5T
MGND
+3.3M
CPU_N_RST
PWR_RY
N_PDET
+5A
CB135 CB134

DIGITAL (CB262)

-VP
PS_PRT
-12A
AGND
+12A
NC
AC5
AC5
AC4
AC4
AC3
AC3
AC2
E
AC2

POWER TRANSFORMER OPERATION (3) (Side A)


MAIN (1)
(CB2) R, S models C, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models

C, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models
Semiconductor Location
5 Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D1308 D3 IC134 G2 R, S models
D1309 D2 IC135 G2
D1503 G5 IC136 D2
D1504 G5 IC137 D2
D1505 H5 Q1303 G3
D1506 H5 Q1501 H7 CB154

D1507 H5 Q1502 H7
IC131 H2 Q1503 H7 AC IN
MGND

51
B1
IC133 G2 Q1504 H6 ACDET

C
PWR_RY
S9
6 R, S models
Safety measures
Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such 5 k-ohms
as wearing insulating gloves. 10 W
Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge remains and a
high voltage continues to exist there. Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals CB155
of each capacitor indicated below to discharge electricity. The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds per each.
C1501 on OPERATION (3) P.C.B. C, K, A, B, G, F, L, H models
CB152 CB153

7
R, S models
POWER TRANSFORMER
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OPERATION (2) (Side B)


C model

OPERATION (3) (Side B)

Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D1301 H2
D1302 H2
D1303 H2
D1304 G2
R, S models
D1305 H2
D1306 H3
6 D1313 B2
D1314 B2
D1501 G6
D1502 G6
D1508 G5
D1509 G5
D1510 G6
Q1301 H2
Q1302 H2
Q1304 G3
Q1505 G6
7

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OPERATION (4) (Side A) OPERATION (5) (Side A) OPERATION (6) (Side A)


PHONES
SILENT CINEMA
MAIN (1) MAIN (1)
(CB21) (CB22)

DA_SW

DA_SR
DA_FR

DA_SL
AV1_D
AV2_D

AV3_D
AV4_D

DA_FL
DGND

DGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND
AGND

AGND
AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND
AUXR

AUXE

C_MT
DA_C

S_MT
F_MT
AUXL

+12A
-12A
ADR
ADL
+5D

MIC
JK166

CB192 CB191

+3.3M
VRA

CB145
VRB
MGND
FG
MAIN (1)
(W1)
3 OPERATION (1)
(CB106)
HPL

CB166
HPE
HPR VOLUME
HP_N_DET

VAUX
VAUXE
CB194 -12A
AGND

CB193
MIC
+12A
AUXL
AGND
CPNT_ON
5VSEL2

VAUX
VAUXE
CVBS_ON
-12A

AUXE
AUXR

OPERATION (1)
(CB104)
OPERATION (7) (Side A)
CB196 CB195
AGND
5VSEL1

VAUX
VAUXE
5VSEL3
+5A

MAIN (2)
5VSEL1
NC
NC

NC
NC
+5D

DGND

DGND
DGND

AV4_D
AV3_D
AV2_D
AV1_D

5VSEL2
5VSEL3
CVBS_ON
J_N_DEST

CPNT_ON

ADR
AGND
ADL
AGND
DA_FL
AGND
DA_FR
DA_C
AGND
DA_SW
DA_SL
DA_SR
AGND
F_MT
C_MT
S_MT

NC
+5A

(CB41)
FG
PSW_DET
DIGITAL (CB264) MGND

CB171
DIGITAL (CB263) MIC_N_DET
-12A
E
MIC
+12A

6 OPERATION (1)
(CB103)

JK171

(Power)

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OPERATION (4) (Side B) OPERATION (5) (Side B) OPERATION (6) (Side B)

OPERATION (7) (Side B)

IC171
6

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1 RX-V375/HTR-3066 HTR-2866
Safety measures
Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such
as wearing insulating gloves. OFF
Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge remains and a 5 k /10 W 30
high voltage continues to exist there. Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals MAIN1P.C.B. C46C47
MAIN (1) (Side A) of each capacitor indicated below to discharge electricity. The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds per each.
C46, C47 on MAIN (1) P.C.B. SPEAKERS
R SURROUND L CENTER R FRONT L
+/- +/-
AV1 AV2 AV3 AV4 AV5 AV AUDIO1 AUDIO2 AUDIO SUBWOOFER
OUT OUT PRE OUT
2 OPTICAL COAXIAL COAXIAL OPTICAL
(TV) +/- +/-
L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R

OPERATION (4)
(CB192)

3 TUL
+5D TUR
AV1_D TUE
SW_MT NC
AV2_D VOL_MOSI
DGND VOL_SCK
AV3_D DGND
DGND DC_PRT
AV4_D I_PRT
DGND AMP_OLV
AGND ACH AMP_LMT
TRANS_RY
ADL HP_N_DET
HPRY
CB21

AGND ACH SPRY_S


AGND SPRY_C
SPRY_F
ADR E PS_PRT

CB3
AGND THM3
MIC E
AGND ACL
AUXR DIGITAL

CB1
AGND ACL
AUXL (CB222)

AUXE POWER
4 DA_FL
AGND TRANSFORMER
DA_FR
AGND
DA_C
AGND CB2
DA_SW
AGND
CB22

DA_SL
AGND
DA_SR W1 5 k-ohms
AGND
F_MT 10 W
C_MT
S_MT
+12A
-12A
5 k-ohms
10 W
OPERATION (4)
5 (CB191)

Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D19 H5 Q33 E5 Q49 G6
D20 I3 Q34 H5 Q50 F6
D202 E4 Q35 F5 Q51 F6
D201 E3 Q36 D5 Q52 E6
6 Q11 D5 Q37 C5 Q53 E6
Q12 D5 Q38 H6 Q54 D6
Q21 I3 Q39 G6 Q55 D6
Q22 F4 Q40 G6 Q56 C6
Q25 C5 Q41 F6 Q57 C6
Q26 C5 Q42 E6 Q64 E5
Q27 C5 Q43 E6 Q65 F5
Q28 F6 Q44 D6 Q66 F4
Q45 D6 Q67 F5
AGND
PS_PRT
-VP

Q29 E6

+12A
-12A

HPL
HPG
HPR
HP_N_DET
Q30 D6 Q46 C6 Q68 F4
7 OPERATION (2) Q31 C6 Q47 C6 Q69 F4
(CB134) OPERATION (5) Q32 G6 Q48 H6
(CB166)

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MAIN (1) (Side B)

No replacement part available.


Semiconductor Location
7 1

IC22
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D3 E5 IC24 B4
8 14
D4 E5 IC25 C3
D5 G5 IC27 C4
3 D6 G5 Q1 D4
D7 F5 Q2 C4
4 1
4 1
D8 F5 Q3 C4
41 40

IC25 5
IC23
8
D9 F4 Q4 B4
5 8
D10 F4 Q5 B4
4 1
60 IC21 21
61 20
D11 F4 Q6 D4
IC24
5 8
D12 G4 Q7 C4
4 1
80 1
D13 F4 Q8 C5
IC27 D14 H3 Q9 B5
5 8
D15 G4 Q10 B5
4 D16 F4 Q13 F4
D17 G4 Q14 F4
D18 H3 Q15 H4
D21 D5 Q16 G4
D22 H3 Q17 F4
D23 D5 Q18 G4
D24 C5 Q19 F4
D25 C5 Q20 G4
D26 G6 Q23 H3
D27 F6 Q24 H3
D28 E6 Q58 F5
5 D29 D6 Q59 E5
D30 C6 Q60 D5
D31 F5 Q61 C5
D32 E5 Q62 B5
D33 D5 Q63 D6
D34 C5 Q201 C4
D35 B5 Q202 C4
D36 D4 Q203 C4
D37 E4 Q204 B4
D38 E4 Q205 B4
6 IC21 D4 Q208 F3
IC22 C3 Q209 F3
IC23 C3

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MAIN (2) (Side A) MAIN (3) (Side A)


R, S models
COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO

MONITOR OUT AV1 AV2 AV3 AV 4 AV 5 AV MONITOR


OUT OUT
2 PR/PB/Y PR/PB/Y PR/PB/Y

3
CB51

OR

RE

YE

VI
AGND
AGND VOLTAGE
CPNT_ON
5VSEL1
5VSEL2 SELECTOR
CB41

+5A
-12A 110120V 220240V
VAUX POWER
VAUX
VAUXE TRANSFORMER
VAUXE
5VSEL3
CVBS_ON

4
OPERATION (4)
(CB194) Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
Q401 B3

MAIN (4) (Side A) MAIN (5) (Side A)

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MAIN (2) (Side B) MAIN (3) (Side B)


R, S models

16 9
3 IC42 14 8

IC41
1 8
1 7
20 11
IC40

1 10
3 1

4 5

IC43
4

Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D401 A3
IC40 C3
MAIN (4) (Side B) MAIN (5) (Side B) IC41 E3
IC42 D3
IC43 D4
5

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RX-V375/HTR-3066/HTR-2866

PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAMS


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109 72 Anode
61 40

Cathode Cathode Cathode Cathode Cathode


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C C C C

E E E E
4 10 14 B B B B B
E C
5 C B E E
1. VIN 3 7 28 CE C
14 20 B B
2. VOUT
1 1
3. GND 1 1
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5 4
133 88 C 3
3 102 65 1. BASE 1 (B1) OUT
5 2. EMITTER (E)
103 64
36 25 1 1 E 2 1: IN 3 3. BASE 2 (B2) COMMON
24 1 2: GND 1 4. COLLECTOR 2 (C2)
37 E B 3: OUT 5. COLLECTOR 1 (G2) IN
3 CB BC
E
5 R1EX25032ASA00A
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SN74LVC1G17DCKR TC74HC4051AFEL TC74VHC08FT TC7MBL3257CFT W25Q16CVSSIG 4 1. DRAIN 1. Source 1 (S1)


C 4
2. DRAIN 2. Gate 1 (G1)
TC74VHCT08AFT 6 3. GATE 6 3. Drain 2 (D2)
E 3
TC74VHCU04FT 3 4. SOURCE 4. Source 2 (S2)
E B 1 5. DRAIN 5. Gate 2 (G2)
CB BC B 6. DRAIN
1 6. Drain 1 (D1)
E CE
4
5 8 16
7 8
3 16 14 8 4
1 1 1 1
1

94
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
RX-V375/HTR-3066/HTR-2866
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS RX-V375/HTR-3066 HTR-2866
DIGITAL 1/5
1
HDMI 4 HDMI 3 HDMI 2 HDMI 1 HDMI OUT
ST201 & ST202 & ST203 &
(BD/DVD)
HDMI IN-4 HDMI IN-3 HDMI IN-2 HDMI IN-1 HDMI OUT
CB204 DC1RS19JAXR190 (JAE) CB203 DC1RS19JAXR190 (JAE) CB202 DC1RS19JAXR190 (JAE) CB201 DC1RS19JAXR190 (JAE) CB205 DC1RS19JAXR190 (JAE)

no_use
J2001
FG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FG FG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FG
FG FG FG

IC201: W25Q16CVSSIG

Reserved
SCL
SDA
GND

+5VPower
HPD

Reserved

SCL
SDA
GND

+5VPower

HPD

Reserved
SCL

SDA

GND
+5VPower

HPD
DGND DGND DGND DGND

Sheild2

Sheild1

Sheild0

SheildC

Sheild2

Sheild1

Sheild0

SheildC

Sheild2

Sheild1

Sheild0

SheildC
Data2+

Data2-

Data1+

Data1-

Data0+

Data0-
DataC+

DataC-

Data2+

Data2-
Data1+

Data1-

Data0+

Data0-

DataC+

DataC-

Data2+

Data2-

Data1+

Data1-

Data0+

Data0-
DataC+

DataC-
CEC

CEC

CEC

Reserved
SCL

SDA
GND

+5VPower
HPD

Reserved
SCL
SDA

GND
+5VPower

HPD
Sheild2

Sheild1

Sheild0

SheildC

Sheild2

Sheild1

Sheild0

SheildC
Data2+

Data2-
Data1+

Data1-
Data0+

Data0-

DataC+

DataC-

Data2+

Data2-
Data1+

Data1-
Data0+

Data0-
DataC+

DataC-
CEC

CEC
DGND AGND DGND
3 V 16 M-bit serial flash memory with dual and quad SPI

SFDP Register Security Register 1 - 3


000000h 0000FFh 003000h 0030FFh
002000h 0020FFh
001000h 0010FFh
DGND
Block Segmentation
xxFF00h xxFFFFh 1FFF00h 1FFFFFh
. . . Block 31 (64KB) .
Sector 15 (4KB)
xxF000h xxF0FFh 1F0000h 1F00FFh
2 DGND xxEF00h
. Sector 14 (4KB)
xxEFFFh
.
CEC
xxE000h xxE0FFh
xxDF00h xxDFFFh

R2010

R2026

R2047

R2065
no_use D2001
AVRL161A1R1NTB
. Sector 13 (4KB) .

47K

47K

47K

47K
xxD000h xxD0FFh
.
DGND .

4
3

4
3
. .
.

L2009

L2010