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DJM-S9

DJ MIXER

DJM-S9
DJM-S9-N
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement Remarks

DJM-S9 LSYXJ AC 110 V to 240 V


DJM-S9 UXJCB AC 110 V to 240 V

DJM-S9-N LSYXJ AC 110 V to 240 V

DJM-S9-N UXJCB AC 110 V to 240 V

THIS SERVICE MANUAL SHOULD BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING MANUAL(S).
Model Order No. Remarks

DJM-S9, DJM-S9-N RRV4628 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM, PCB PARTS LIST

PIONEER CORPORATION 1-1, Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
Pioneer DJ Corporation 2015
K-MZV OCT. 2015 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

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

WARNING
B This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)


ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
The following check should be performed for the
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
continued protection of the customer and service
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
technician.
C LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground 2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or have special safety related characteristics. These are
equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120 V Replacement parts which have these special safety
AC 60 Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
current measured must not exceed 0.5 mA. Electrical components having such features are
identified by marking with a > on the schematics and on
D
the parts list in this Service Manual.
Reading should The use of a substitute replacement component which
Leakage not be above does not have the same safety characteristics as the
Device current 0.5 mA
under tester PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the
test parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire,
Test all or other hazards.
exposed metal
surfaces Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Also test with Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of,
plug reversed Earth PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal
E (Using AC adapter ground
plug as required) charge from PIONEER.

AC Leakage Test

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION.......................................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING ............................................................................................................................................... 4 A
1.2 NOTES ON REPLACING ............................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 SERVICE NOTICE.......................................................................................................................................................... 4
2. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 5
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE .............................................................................................................................................. 6
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING ........................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 JIGS LIST ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 PCB LOCATIONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................................... 8
4.2 SIGNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................................ 9
4.3 MATRIX TABLE............................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.4 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................... 12 B
5. DIAGNOSIS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
5.1 STARTUP SEQUENCE ................................................................................................................................................ 13
5.2 TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................................................. 14
5.3 DETECTION OF ABNORMAL POWER-SUPPLY VOLTAGES ..................................................................................... 25
5.4 ABOUT PROTECTOR .................................................................................................................................................. 25
6. SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................................................................. 26
6.1 TEST MODE................................................................................................................................................................. 26
6.2 ABOUT THE DEVICE................................................................................................................................................... 36
7. DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................... 37
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................ 50
8.1 NECESSARY ITEMS TO BE NOTED........................................................................................................................... 50
C
8.2 UPDATING OF THE FIRMWARE ................................................................................................................................. 51
8.3 USER SETABLE ITEMS ............................................................................................................................................... 54
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST............................................................................................................................... 55
9.1 PACKING SECTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 55
9.2 EXTERIOR and CH FADER SECTION ........................................................................................................................ 57
9.3 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2)............................................................................................................................................. 59
9.4 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2)............................................................................................................................................. 61
9.5 CROSSFADER SECTION ............................................................................................................................................ 63
9.6 PANEL SECTION (1/2) ................................................................................................................................................. 64
9.7 PANEL SECTION (2/2) ................................................................................................................................................. 66

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING
A For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.
Do NOT use a soldering iron whose tip temperature cannot be controlled.

1.2 NOTES ON REPLACING


The part listed below is difficult to replace as a discrete component part.
When the part listed in the table is defective, replace whole Assy.
B Parts that is Difficult to Replace
Assy Name
Ref No. Part No. Function Remarks
MAIN Assy IC204 BD9328EFJ 1.25V DCDC converter for microcomputer IC with heat-pad
IC205 BD9328EFJ 5 V DCDC converter for internal power gen. IC with heat-pad
IC206 BD9328EFJ 8 V DCDC converter for internal power gen. IC with heat-pad
IC207 NJM2886DL3-33 3.3 V regulator for microcomputer IC with heat-pad
IC401 NJM78M15DL1A +15 V regulator for OP amp. IC with heat-pad
IC407 NJM78M15DL1A +15 V regulator for OEL IC with heat-pad
IC402 NJM79M15DL1A -15 V regulator for OP amp. IC with heat-pad
IC404 NJM7805DL1A 5 V regulator for internal power gen. IC with heat-pad
IC403 BD9851EFV 18 V DCDC converter for internal power gen. IC with heat-pad
IC405 BD9851EFV 7.5 V DCDC converter for OP amp. IC with heat-pad
C
IC1001 D810K013DZKB400 Audio DSP BGA

1.3 SERVICE NOTICE


Detection of abnormal power-supply voltages
The microcomputer of this unit always monitors various power voltages and will shut the unit off immediately after an error is
detected. In such a case, the PANEL/UTILITY button LED flashes and all other LEDs are unlit.
If the unit shuts itself off because of error detection, the circuitry may be heated because of power failure. Therefore, after
D completing diagnosis, unplug the AC power cord then turn the unit back on after giving it time to cool.
Repair the unit, following the descriptions shown in "5.3 DETECTION OF ABNORMAL POWER-SUPPLY VOLTAGES."

Confirmation of User Setting Data


This product has user-settable items, which are set in UTILITY mode.
Be sure to confirm those data before starting repair, although changing them may not have a large effect.
Use the Check Sheet in 8.3 USER SETABLE ITEMS, to which you can transcribe the settings, as required.
The settings are stored in SPI Flash memory (IC602) on the Main Assy.
To enter UTILITY mode, hold the PANEL/UTILITY button pressed for at least 1 sec.

Calibration of the crossfader


E
The crossfader of this unit is calibrated on the production line.
After you replace the corresponding part(s), be sure to perform calibration of the part(s) in question.
For details on the specific parts for which recalibration is required, see "8.1 NECESSARY ITEMS TO BE NOTED."
See "Crossfader Calibration Mode" in "6.1 TEST MODE" for details on how to calibrate.
Without calibration, sound of a channel may leak, even when the crossfader is moved to its end position, where sound of that
channel should be muted.

About the PANEL UCOM


For production reasons the PANEL UCOM (IC5101) cannot be supplied with the program (firmware) installed.
If the PANEL UCOM (IC5101) is in failure, replace the entire PNL1B Assy.

F
Printing of the serial number on the control panel of the DJM-S9-N
Production of the DJM-S9-N is limited to 500 units. The serial number is printed at the lower left of the control panel.
Note that the serial number is not printed on the control panel for service.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
General Main Unit Accessories A
Power requirements....................... AC 110 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Power cord
Power consumption ..................................................................24 W
(LSYXJ: ADG1244)
Power consumption (standby) ................................................0.4 W
(UXJCB: DDG1108)
Main unit weight...................................................................... 4.6 kg
Max. external dimensions
USB cable
............... 267 mm (width) x 107.9 mm (height) x 407.3 mm (depth)
(DDE1128)
Tolerable operating temperature..............................+5 C to +35 C
Only one USB cable is included with this unit.
Tolerable operating humidity............5 % to 85 % (no condensation)
To connect two units, use a cable conforming to USB 2.0 standards.
Audio Section
Fader bumper A x 4*1
Sampling rate ........................................................................48 kHz
(GNK1010)
A/D, D/A converter................................................................. 24 bits
Frequency characteristic
Fader bumper B x 2*1 B
USB, CD/LINE, MIC, AUX ................................... 20 Hz to 20 kHz
(DEC3596)
S/N ratio (rated output, A-WEIGHTED)
USB ....................................................................................107 dB
Warranty card
CD/LINE .............................................................................103 dB
PHONO ................................................................................90 dB
Operating Instructions (Quick Start Guide)
MIC.......................................................................................80 dB
(LSYXJ: DRH1334, DRH1335)
AUX ......................................................................................96 dB
(UXJCB: DRH1336)
Total harmonic distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHzBW)
USB ..................................................................................0.003 %
Serato DJ CONTROL CD x 2
CD/LINE ...........................................................................0.005 %
Standard input level / Input impedance
*1: Fader cushion A and Fader cushion B are included inside of the
CD/LINE ................................................................ 12 dBu/47 k
panel of this product.
PHONO ................................................................. 52 dBu/47 k
For instructions on removing the panel, see this products C
MIC.......................................................................... 57 dBu/3 k
operating instructions.
AUX ....................................................................... 12 dBu/47 k
Standard output level / Load impedance / Output impedance
MASTER 1.........................................+6 dBu/10 k/390 or less
MASTER 2.........................................+2 dBu/10 k/390 or less
BOOTH..............................................+6 dBu/10 k/390 or less
PHONES .............................................. +8 dBu/32 /10 or less
Rated output level / Load impedance
MASTER 1............................................................. +25 dBu/10 k
MASTER 2............................................................. +21 dBu/10 k
BOOTH.................................................................. +25 dBu/10 k
Crosstalk
CD/LINE ...............................................................................82 dB
Channel equalizer characteristic D
HI ............................................................ dB to +6 dB (13 kHz)
MID........................................................... dB to +6 dB (1 kHz)
LOW ......................................................... dB to +6 dB (70 Hz)
Microphone equalizer characteristic
HI ........................................................ 12 dB to +12 dB (10 kHz)
LOW ................................................... 12 dB to +12 dB (100 Hz)

Input / Output terminals


CD/LINE input terminal
RCA pin jack........................................................................ 2 sets
PHONO input terminals
RCA pin jack........................................................................ 2 sets
MIC input terminals
XLR connector & 1/4 TRS jack ............................................. 1 set E
AUX input terminal
RCA pin jacks ........................................................................ 1 set
MASTER terminals
XLR connector....................................................................... 1 set
RCA pin jacks ........................................................................ 1 set
BOOTH terminals
1/4 TRS jack ......................................................................... 1 set
PHONES output terminal
1/4 stereo phone jack ........................................................... 1 set
3.5 mm stereo mini jack......................................................... 1 set
USB terminal
B type .................................................................................. 2 sets
F
For improvement purposes, specifications and design of this unit
and the included software are subject to change without notice.

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
Items to be checked after servicing
To keep the product quality after servicing, confirm recommended check points shown below.
No. Procedure Check points
1 Check the firmware version in Test mode. The version of the firmware must be latest.
Update firmware to the latest one, if it is not the latest.
2 Confirm whether the customer complain has been solved. The customer complain must not be reappeared.
If the problem pointed out by the customer occurs with a specific Audio and operations must be normal.
source or operation, input that specific source then perform that
specific operation for checking.
3 Check the analog audio input (Check the each channel, MIC Audio and operations must be normal.
and AUX.) (Make the analog connections with CDJ player,
B analog player and MIC.)
4 Check the analog audio output (MASTER1, 2 and BOOTH.) Audio and operations must be normal.
(Make the analog connection with CDJ player.)
5 Check the headphones output (1/4" jack, mini jack). There must be no errors, such as noise, in the audio output.
6 Check the operating elements (buttons, switches, VRs, faders, They must operate properly during checking in Test mode.
pads, etc.) and the indicators.
7 Check the connection of each interface. The device must be properly recognized by the PC.
USB B terminal ("A" / "B")
8 Check the DVS. Make sure that PC applications function properly and that the audio
signals and operations of each channel are normal.
9 Check the user settings. They must be returned to those set before repair.
C
10 Check the appearance of the product. No scratches or dirt on its appearance after receiving it for service.

See the table below for the items to be checked regarding audio.
Item to be checked regarding audio
Distortion Volume too high
Noise Volume fluctuating
Volume too low Sound interrupted

3.2 JIGS LIST


Jigs List
Jig Name Part No. Purpose of use / Remarks
E
Jig for positioning of the five points for calibration GGF1717 For calibration of the noncontact faders
of the noncontact faders
Fader bumper A (resin cushion) GNK1010 For calibration of the noncontact faders
USB cable GGP1193 For PC connection

Lubricants and Glues List

Name Part No. Remarks


Grease (Floil) GYA1001 To be used for the CH faders, crossfader, and levers with their own LEDs
F Acetate tape GYH1035 To be used for wrapping around the center stay
Double-back tape GYH1038 To be used for OLED attached (NITTO No. 500)

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3.3 PCB LOCATIONS

A
I PADB ASSY H PNL1B ASSY INPUT ASSY A B ATT ASSY P ACSW ASSY
Bottom view
Top view

C MAIN ASSY

Q POWER
SUPPLY
ASSY

D HPAMP ASSY

K HPFD ASSY J LVMT ASSY L SPVR ASSY

Top view

M CRFD ASSY
Front view

D
CH1FD ASSY N O CH2FD ASSY
Note:
The 1 and 2 Assys of CH*FD Assys have the same circuitry, parts, and board shapes.
Only printed information is different, because their part numbers and wiring numbers E MCSW ASSY F FRVR ASSY G HPJK ASSY
are different.
They are handled similarly in their production management.
Therefore, either 1 or 2 Assy of the respective Assys is assembled in the respective place.

NOTES: - Parts marked by NSP are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES E
1..MAIN ASSY DWX3673 NSP 1..PNL ASSY DWM2566
2..PNL1B ASSY DWX3685
NSP 1..PAD ASSY DWM2565 2..SPVR ASSY DWX3681
2..PADB ASSY DWX3675 2..HPJK ASSY DWX3686
2..CH1FD ASSY DWX3689 2..ACSW ASSY DWR1547
2..CH2FD ASSY DWX3690
2..CRFD ASSY DWX3678 NSP 1..JACK ASSY DWM2567
2..INPUT ASSY DWX3683
2..LVMT ASSY DWX3679 2..HPAMP ASSY DWX3684
2..FRVR ASSY DWX3687
2..HPFD ASSY DWX3680

2..ATT ASSY DWX3682


F
2..MCSW ASSY DWX3688

> 1..POWER SUPPLY ASSY DWR1463

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-
-
-
DIP HORIZONTAL CN7501 CN5006 DIP HORIZONTAL
VKN1271-A VKN1271-A

Note:
GND_AD 1 1 1 NC

GND_AD 2 1 0 NC

K
GND_AD 3 9 NC

L = 80mm
FFC(11pin)
SAME FACE
DDD1699-A
GND_AD 4 8 NC

CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE
GND_AD 5 7 GND_AD

GND_AD 6 6 GND_AD
F

UP
UP
GND_AD 7 5 GND_AD

AD_MUX_HP_LV 8 4 AD_MUX_HP_LV

AD_MUX_HP_FD 9 3 AD_MUX_HP_FD

AD_MUX_HP_MIX 10 2 AD_MUX_HP_MIX

V+3R3_AD 11 1 V+3R3_AD

SMT VERTICAL DIP HORIZONTAL


CN4203 CN5005
VKN1435-A VKN1291-A

(DWX3680)
HPFD ASSY
GND_D 3 1 3 1 GND_D

LED_CH2_2X 30 3 0 LED_CH2_2X

LED_CH2_1/2X 29 2 9 LED_CH2_1/2X

L = 70mm
FFC(31pin)
SAME FACE
DDD1701-A
LED_CH2_4BL 28 2 8 LED_CH2_4BL

LED_CH2_EFX_ON 27 2 7 LED_CH2_EFX_ON

LED_CH1_EFX_ON 26 2 6 LED_CH1_EFX_ON

LED_CH1_4BL 25 2 5 LED_CH1_4BL

LED_CH1_2X 24 2 4 LED_CH1_2X

I
LED_CH1_1/2X 23 2 3 LED_CH1_1/2X

GND_D 2 2 2 2 GND_D

M16_1_M16_2_CTRL 21 2 1 M16_1_M16_2_INT

M16_2_XRST 20 2 0 M16_2_XRST

GND_AD 1 9 1 9 GND_AD

I
AD_CH2_PAD7 18 1 8 AD_CH2_PAD7

AD_CH2_PAD6 17 1 7 AD_CH2_PAD6

CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE
AD_CH2_PAD5 16 1 6 AD_CH2_PAD5

AD_CH2_PAD4 15 1 5 AD_CH2_PAD4

UP
AD_CH2_PAD3 14 1 4 AD_CH2_PAD3

1/3-
AD_CH2_PAD2 13 1 3 AD_CH2_PAD2

(DWX3675)
PADB ASSY
AD_CH2_PAD1 12 1 2 AD_CH2_PAD1

J
AD_CH2_PAD0 11 1 1 AD_CH2_PAD0

I
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

V+3R3_AD 10 1 0 V+3R3_AD

AD_CH1_PAD7 9 9 AD_CH1_PAD7
AD_CH1_PAD6 8 8 AD_CH1_PAD6

O
AD_CH1_PAD5 7 7 AD_CH1_PAD5
AD_CH1_PAD4

3/3
6 6 AD_CH1_PAD4
AD_CH1_PAD3 5 5 AD_CH1_PAD3
AD_CH1_PAD2 4 4 AD_CH1_PAD2
AD_CH1_PAD1 3 3 AD_CH1_PAD1
AD_CH1_PAD0 2 2 AD_CH1_PAD0
They are handled similarly in their production management.

GND_AD 1 1 GND_AD

(DWX3679)
LVMT ASSY
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.

E
SMT VERTICAL SMT HORIZONTAL
CN7301 CN4201
VKN1425-A VKN1425-A
21 GND_LED
SMT HORIZONTAL
GND_LED 2 1 SMT HORIZONTAL CN4204
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

CN4205 CKS6476-A

(DWX3690)
LED_SEG24 20 20 LED_SEG24 CKS6476-A
GND_D 1 2

CH1FD ASSY
CH2FD ASSY
LED_SEG23 19 19 LED_SEG23 GND_D 1 2

L = 78mm
GND_D 1 1

FFC(21pin)
DDD1655-A
LED_SEG22 18 18 LED_SEG22 GND_D 1 1
OLED1_TXD 10

REVERSE FACE
LED_SEG21 17 17 LED_SEG21 OLED2_TXD 10

or
OLED1_CLK 9
LED_SEG20 16 16 LED_SEG20 OLED2_CLK 9
OLED1_A0 8
GND_LED 1 5 15 GND_LED OLED2_A0 8
OLED1_CS 7

CONTACT SIDE
LED_SEG19 14 14 LED_SEG19 OLED2_CS 7

CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE
OLED1_RES 6

CONTACT SIDE
LED_SEG18 13 13 LED_SEG18 OLED2_RES 6

N
V+3R3_OLED 5
LED_SEG17 12 12 LED_SEG17 V+3R3_OLED 5
V+3R3_OLED 4

UP
11 11 LED_SEG16 V+3R3_OLED 4

UP
LED_SEG16
V+15_OLED 3
LED_SEG15 10 10 LED_SEG15 V+15_OLED 3
2

(DWX3685)
OLED1_VKH
GND_LED 9 9 GND_LED OLED2_VKH 2
NC 1
8 8

PNL1B ASSY
LED_GRID3 LED_GRID3 NC 1

LED_GRID2 7 7 LED_GRID2

LED_GRID1 6 6 LED_GRID1

N (DWX3689) or O CH2FD
LED_GRID0 5 5 LED_GRID0
The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.

GND_LED 4 4 GND_LED
The 1 and 2 Assys of CH*FD Assys have the same circuitry, parts, and board shapes.

GND_LED 3 3 GND_LED

MXS4057-A
H H 1/5- H 5/5

MXS4057-A

(DWX3690)
(DWX3689)
V+5_LED 2 2 V+5_LED

OLED MODULE
V+5_LED 1 1 V+5_LED

ASSY
CH1FD ASSY
OLED MODULE
Therefore, either 1 or 2 Assy of the respective Assys is assembled in the respective place.

SMT VERTICAL DIP HORIZONTAL


CN4202 CN5003
VKN1435-A VKN1291-A
When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".

GND_D 3 1 3 1 GND_D

V+3R3_PNL 3 0 3 0 V+3R3_PNL
Seeing from the backside

M16_1_M16_2_INT 2 9 2 9 M16_1_M16_2_CTRL

L = 70mm
FFC(31pin)

M
SAME FACE
DDD1701-A
GND_D 2 8 2 8 GND_D
Only printed information is different, because their part numbers and wiring numbers are different.

GND_D 2 7 2 7 GND_D
DDE1128-A
USB CABLE

GND_D 2 6 2 6 GND_D

GND_D 2 5 2 5 GND_D

GND_D 2 4 2 4 GND_D

KEY_MUX3 2 3 2 3 KEY_MUX3

UPDATE_MODE_M16_2 2 2 2 2 UPDATE_MODE_M16_2

SMT HORIZONTAL
SMT HORIZONTAL

AKM1274-A
AKM1274-A

AD_CH1_FD
V+3R3_AD
AD_CH2_FD

CN7002
CN7102

V+3R3_AD
KEY_MUX2 2 1 2 1 KEY_MUX2

GND_AD 3
2
1
GND_AD 3
2
1
To PC

KEY_MUX_SEL_A 2 0 2 0 KEY_MUX_SEL_A

KEY_MUX1 1 9 1 9 KEY_MUX1

KEY_MUX_SEL_B 1 8 1 8 KEY_MUX_SEL_B

(DWX3678)
CRFD ASSY
D

CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE
SH1_M16_2_CTRL1 1 7 1 7 SH1_M16_2_CTRL1

KEY_MUX_SEL_C 1 6 1 6 KEY_MUX_SEL_C

GND_D 1 5 1 5 GND_D

UP
SH1_M16_2_TXD1 1 4 1 4 SH1_M16_2_TXD1

GND_D 1 3 1 3 GND_D

SMT VERTICAL
AKM1275-A
CN7201

V+5_AD2
AD_CRFD
SH1_M16_2_SCK1 1 2 1 2 SH1_M16_2_SCK1

GND_AD 4
3
GND_AD 1
L
GND_D 1 1 1 1 GND_D

SH1_M16_2_RXD1 1 0 1 0 SH1_M16_2_RXD1

SH1_M16_2_INT1 9 9 SH1_M16_2_INT1
V+15_OLED 8 8 V+15_OLED

RED
GND_D 7 7 GND_D

WHITE
WHITE
V+5_LED 6 6 V+5_LED

L = 75mm

L = 125mm
L = 175mm
GND_LED 5 5 GND_LED

PF04PP-B12
PF03PP-B17

PF03PP2B07
V+5_LED 4 4 V+5_LED
GND_LED 3 3 GND_LED
V+5_LED 2 2 V+5_LED

CONNECTOR ASSY(4pin)
CONNECTOR ASSY(3pin)
CONNECTOR ASSY(3pin)
GND_LED 1 1 GND_LED

(DWX3681)
SPVR ASSY
DIP HORIZONTAL CN7604 CN5001 DIP HORIZONTAL
VKN1271-A VKN1271-A

4
3
3
2
1
3
2
1

2
V+3R3_AD 1 1 1 V+3R3_AD

AD_MUX_SEL_A 2 1 0 AD_MUX_SEL_A

RED

WHITE
WHITE
AD_MUX_SEL_B 3 9 AD_MUX_SEL_B

CN7601
CN7602
CN7603
L = 80mm
CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE

GND_AD

GND_AD

GND_AD
GND_AD
FFC(11pin)

V+5_AD2
SAME FACE
DDD1699-A

AD_CRFD
AD_MUX_SEL_C 4 8 AD_MUX_SEL_C
UP
UP

V+3R3_AD

KM200NA4
V+3R3_AD
KM200NA3

AD_CH1_FD
KM200NA3R
AD_CH2_FD
To MIXER

DIP VERTICAL
DIP VERTICAL
DIP VERTICAL
GND_AD 5 7 GND_AD
CONTACT SIDE

AD_CH2_FD 6 6 AD_CH2_FD

AD_CH1_FD 7 5 AD_CH1_FD

CONTACT SIDE
UP

AD_CRFD 8 4 AD_CRFD
DIP HORIZONTAL
DIP HORIZONTAL

AD_MUX_SPVR
SH2_M16_1_INT

AD_MUX_SPVR 9 3
SH1_M16_2_INT
SH1_M16_1_INT
SH2_M16_1_CTRL

M16_1_DSP_INT

VKN1271-A
SH2_M16_1_SCK
SH2_M16_1_TXD

FAULT_DET

SH1_M16_1_CTRL
SH1_M16_2_CTRL
M16_1_DSP_CTRL
SH2_M16_1_RXD

CN7605
SH1_M16_2_SCK
SH1_M16_2_TXD
SH1_M16_1_SCK
SH1_M16_1_TXD
V+3R3_ERP
V+3R3_PNL

VKN1291-A
VKN1283-A

XAC_OFF

M16_1_DSP_TXD
M16_1_DSP_SCK
UPDATE_MODE_SH1
UPDATE_MODE_SH2

V+15_OLED

V+5_AD2
AD_MUX_SEL_A
AD_MUX_SEL_B
AD_MUX_SEL_C
V+3R3_AD
SH1_M16_2_RXD
SH1_M16_1_RXD
SH1_XRST

V+5_LED
V+5_LED
V+5_LED
M16_1_DSP_RXD
OLED_CONT

CN5004
CN5002

GND_AD
GND_AD
GND_AD
GND_AD
AD_MUX0
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D

CONTACT SIDE
AD_MUX0 1 0 2 AD_MUX0

DIP HORIZONTAL

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
GND_D 5
4
GND_D 3
2
GND_D 1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

UP

GND_AD 1 1
10
GND_LED 3 1
GND_LED 3 0
GND_LED 2 9
28
27
26
GND_D 2 5
24
GND_D 2 3
22
GND_D 2 1
20
GND_D 1 9
18
17
16
15
14
GND_D 1 3
12
GND_D 1 1
10
GND_D 2 3
22
21
CPU_MUTE 2 0
19
18
17
PWR_ON_CONT 1 6
15
14
MVR_MUTE 1 3
GND_D 1 2
GND_D 1 1
10

GND_AD 1 1 1 GND_AD

UP
DIP HORIZONTAL
CN6002
KM200NA6L
1 MIC_IN
PH

2 GND_MIC

E
3 GND_MIC
L = 240mm

AUX_L_IN
DDA1059-A

4
FFC(11pin)
FFC(31pin)
FFC(23pin)

L = 200mm
L = 200mm
L = 200mm

SAME FACE
SAME FACE
SAME FACE

DDD1700-A
DDD1698-A
DDD1724-A

5 GND_AUX

6 AUX_R_IN

SMT VERTICAL DIP HORIZONTAL

1
2
3
3
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CN101 CN6004
VKN1435-A VKN1291-A

L = 100mm
C
GND_D 1 1 GND_D

D20PDY0310E
JUMPER(3pin)
CN103
CN104

JH8601
2 5 GND_D
2 3 GND_D
2 1 GND_D
1 9 GND_D
1 3 GND_D
1 1 GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D

GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
2 3 GND_D
1 2 GND_D
1 1 GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D

CN8009
CN8006

GND_D 2 2 GND_D
GND_AD
GND_AD
GND_AD
GND_AD
GND_AD
2 8 V+5_LED
2 7 V+5_LED
2 6 V+5_LED
1 4 XAC_OFF

V+5_AD2
3 1 GND_LED
3 0 GND_LED
2 9 GND_LED
SMT VERTICAL

1 0 AD_MUX0
VKN1427-A

VKN1242-A
VKN1435-A

1 1 V+3R3_AD
1 9 SH1_XRST

2 0 CPU_MUTE

51048-0300
52147-0310

GND_AI1 GND_AI1
2 4 V+15_OLED

3 3
1 8 FAULT_DET
1 3 MVR_MUTE
V+3R3_ERP
V+3R3_PNL

2 2 OLED_CONT

DIP VERTICAL
DIP VERTICAL

DIP BOARD IN
SMT VERTICAL
L = 70mm
FFC(31pin)
SAME FACE
DDD1701-A

MIC_LINE_SW 4 4 MIC_LINE_SW
1 6 PWR_ON_CONT

AD_MUX_SEL_A
AD_MUX_SEL_B
AD_MUX_SEL_C
1 7 SH1_M16_2_INT
SH1_M16_1_INT

M16_1_DSP_INT
SH2_M16_1_INT

MIC_ON/OFF_SW
2 0 SH1_M16_2_SCK
1 8 SH1_M16_2_TXD
SH1_M16_1_SCK
SH1_M16_1_TXD

MIC_ON/OFF_SW
1 4 M16_1_DSP_TXD
1 2 M16_1_DSP_SCK

2 2 SH1_M16_2_RXD
SH1_M16_1_RXD

1 0 M16_1_DSP_RXD
SH2_M16_1_SCK
SH2_M16_1_TXD

1 0 SH2_M16_1_RXD

1 6 SH1_M16_1_CTRL
1 5 SH1_M16_2_CTRL
M16_1_DSP_CTRL

GND_AI1 GND_AI1
1 5 SH2_M16_1_CTRL

5 5

(DWX3688)
2 1 UPDATE_MODE_SH1
1 7 UPDATE_MODE_SH2
JA6701

MIC_LINE_GAIN_SEL MIC_LINE_GAIN_SEL
AUX

6 6
DKB1122-A

L
R

MCSW ASSY
GND_AI1 7 7 GND_AI1
CONTACT SIDE

GND_AI1 8 8 GND_AI1
GND_AI1 9 9 GND_AI1

6
5
4
3
1
DIP VERTICAL
CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE

CN8003 CH1_L+ 1 0 1 0 CH1_L+


SMT VERTICAL
JA6501

VKN1262-A CN107
MIC

CONTACT SIDE

GND_AI1 1 1 1 1 GND_AI1
VKN1435-A
DKB1108-A

MIC_IN
CN8202

GND_D 3 1 3 1 GND_D CH1_2.5V_L 12 1 2 CH1_2.5V_L


GND_MIC
GND_MIC

GND_AUX
AUX_L_IN

AUX_R_IN
MIC_ON/OFF_SW 3 0 GND_AI1 1 3 1 3 GND_AI1
KM200NA6L

3 0 MIC_ON/OFF_SW
UP

JA601

GND_D 2 9 2 9 GND_D CH1_L- 1 4 1 4 CH1_L-


DIP HORIZONTAL
L = 70mm
FFC(31pin)
SAME FACE
DDD1701-A

V+5_AD2 28 2 8 V+5_AD2 GND_AI1 1 5 1 5 GND_AI1


DKN1237-A
USB A
MIC

GND_AD2 2 7 GND_AI1 1 6 1 6 GND_AI1


S6501

2 7 GND_AD2

GND_AI1 1 7 1 7 GND_AI1
L = 100mm

GND_AD2 2 6 2 6 GND_AD2
LEVEL

DIP BOARD IN DIP VERTICAL


DSH1025-A

JH8203 CN8007
D20PDY0310E
CONTACT SIDE

JUMPER(3pin)
LINE

GND_LED 2 5 2 5 GND_LED CH1_R+ 1 8 1 8 CH1_R+


51048-0300 52147-0310
JA801

GND_MIC 1 1 GND_MIC GND_LED 2 4 2 4 GND_LED GND_AI1 1 9 1 9 GND_AI1

MIC_OUT 2 2 MIC_OUT LED_MIC_ON/OFF 2 3 2 3 LED_MIC_ON/OFF CH1_2.5V_R 20 2 0 CH1_2.5V_R


DKN1237-A
USB B

3 GND_MIC GND_AI1 2 1 2 1 GND_AI1


JA6101

GND_MIC 3 GND_D 2 2 2 2 GND_D


CH1

CD/LINE

GND_MIC 2 1 CH1_R- 2 2 2 2 CH1_R-


DKB1112-A

2 1 GND_MIC
PHONO

F
GND_MIC 2 0 2 0 GND_MIC GND_AI1 2 3 2 3 GND_AI1
L
R

GND_MIC 1 9 1 9 GND_MIC GND_AI1 2 4 2 4 GND_AI1


JA2601

L
DKM1024-A

MIC_ADC 1 8 1 8 MIC_ADC GND_AI1 2 5 2 5 GND_AI1


DKN1622-A

DIP VERTICAL
SHORT PLUG

DIP BOARD IN
JH8204 CN8004 CH1_CD/PHONO_SEL 26 2 6 CH1_CD/PHONO_SEL
L = 100mm

52147-0310
GND_MIC 1 7 1 7 GND_MIC
51048-0300
D20PDY0310E
JUMPER(3pin)

MIC_LINE_GAIN_SEL 1 6 1 6 MIC_LINE_GAIN_SEL GND_AI1 2 7 2 7 GND_AI1


BOOTH
0dB -6dB -12dB

1 AUX_L_OUT CH1_DVS_SEL 28 2 8 CH1_DVS_SEL


DKE1019-A

AUX_L_OUT 1 GND_MIC 1 5 1 5 GND_MIC


D D 1/2, D 2/2
JA2602

R
SIGNAL GND

GND_AUX 2 2 GND_AUX AUX_R 1 4 1 4 AUX_R GND_AI1 2 9 2 9 GND_AI1


L = 50mm

DKN1622-A

DIP VERTICAL DIP BOARD IN


AUX_R_OUT 3 3 AUX_R_OUT GND_AUX 1 3 1 3 GND_AUX GND_AI1 3 0 3 0 GND_AI1 CN6003 JH7701
D20PDY0305E
JUMPER(3pin)

GND_AI1 3 1 52147-0310 51048-0300


GND_AUX 1 2 1 2 GND_AUX 3 1 GND_AI1
MASTER_ATT_SW0 3 3 MASTER_ATT_SW0
GND_AUX 1 1 1 1 GND_AUX
SMT VERTICAL DIP HORIZONTAL
GND_D 2 2 GND_D
CN106 CN6005
AUX_L 1 0 1 0 AUX_L
JA2401

VKN1435-A VKN1291-A
L

DIP HORIZONTAL DIP VERTICAL MASTER_ATT_SW1 1 1 MASTER_ATT_SW1


(DWX3687)
CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE

FRVR ASSY

CN8201 CN8010 GND_AUX 9 9 GND_AUX GND_D 1 1 GND_D


DKB1093-A

VKN1852-A VKN1824-A
MUTE 8 8 MUTE GND_D 2 2 GND_D
V+3R3_AD 1 9 V+3R3_AD GND_AH 7 7 GND_AH GND_AI2 3 3 GND_AI2
L = 70mm
FFC(31pin)
SAME FACE
DDD1701-A

AD_MUX0 2 8 AD_MUX0 HP_R 6 6 HP_R MASTER_ATT_SW0 4 4 MASTER_ATT_SW0


(DWX3673)

GND_AD 3 7 GND_AD 5 5 5 GND_AI2


MAIN ASSY

GND_AH 5 GND_AH GND_AI2


FFC(9pin)

L = 80mm
DKE1019-A

SAME FACE
DDD1702-A

GND_AD GND_AD MASTER_ATT_SW1


CONTACT SIDE

4 6 GND_AH 4 4 GND_AH MASTER_ATT_SW1 6 6


SIGNAL GND

B
(DWX3684)
MASTER1

AD_MUX_SEL_C 5 5 AD_MUX_SEL_C GND_AH 3 3 GND_AH GND_AI2 7 7 GND_AI2


CONTACT SIDE
JA2402

LED_MIC_ON/OFF LED_MIC_ON/OFF GND_AI2


R

6 4 HP_L 2 2 HP_L GND_AI2 8 8


HPAMP ASSY
DKB1093-A

AD_MUX_SEL_B 7 3 AD_MUX_SEL_B GND_AH 1 1 GND_AH GND_AI2 9 9 GND_AI2


GND_LED 8 2 GND_LED 1 0 CH2_L+
UP

CH2_L+ 1 0
AD_MUX_SEL_A 9 1 AD_MUX_SEL_A DIP VERTICAL SMT VERTICAL GND_AI2 1 1 1 1 GND_AI2
CN8001 CN102
B ATT

KM200NA6 AKM1277-A
CH2_2.5V_L 12 1 2 CH2_2.5V_L
V-15_PI 1 1 V-15_PI
GND_AI2 1 3 1 3 GND_AI2
V+15_PI 2 2 V+15_PI
JA6301

(6pin)

14 1 4 CH2_L-
CH2

WHITE

CH2_L-
JA2403
CD/LINE

GND_PI 3 3 GND_PI
DKB1112-A

L = 50mm

GND_AI2 1 5 1 5 GND_AI2
DKB1120-A
PHONO

GND_PH
L R

GND_PH 4 4
C C 1/13- C 13/13

PF06PP-D05
L
R

GND_AI2 1 6 1 6 GND_AI2
V-7R5_PH 5 5 V-7R5_PH
MASTER2

DIP VERTICAL
52147-0910

GND_AI2 1 7 1 7 GND_AI2
HP_MINI_L

HP_MINI_R
CN8005

HP_PHONE_L
DKM1024-A

HP_PHONE_R

V+7R5_PH 6 6 V+7R5_PH
SHORT PLUG

CH2_R+ 1 8 1 8 CH2_R+
MUTE 9
GND_AH 8
7
GND_AH 6
5
GND_AH 4
3
1

GND_AH 2
ASSY

GND_AI2 1 9 1 9 GND_AI2

CH2_2.5V_R 20 2 0 CH2_2.5V_R
(DWX3682)

CONTACT SIDE
CONTACT SIDE

GND_AI2 2 1 2 1 GND_AI2
L = 100mm

CH2_R- 2 2 2 2 CH2_R-
D20PDY0910E
JUMPER(9pin)

GND_AI2 2 3 2 3 GND_AI2
UP

GND_AI2 2 4 2 4 GND_AI2

GND_AI2 2 5 2 5 GND_AI2
JH8501

26 2 6 CH2_CD/PHONO_SEL
8 GND_HP
6 GND_HP
4 GND_HP
2 GND_HP

CH2_CD/PHONO_SEL
HP_MUTE
5 HP_MINI_L

7 HP_MINI_R

GND_AI2 2 7 2 7 GND_AI2
51048-0900
DIP BOARD IN

1 HP_PHONE_L

3 HP_PHONE_R

CH2_DVS_SEL 28 2 8 CH2_DVS_SEL

GND_AI2 2 9 2 9 GND_AI2

GND_AI2 3 0 3 0 GND_AI2
(DWX3683)

GND_AI2 3 1 3 1 GND_AI2
G HPJK
INPUT ASSY

JA8502
JA8501

SMT VERTICAL DIP HORIZONTAL


(DWR1463)
POWER SUPPLY ASSY
(DWR1547)
ACSW ASSY

CN105 CN6001
XKN3017-B

KM200NA6L
DKN1622-A

AKM1277-A
V-15_PI V-15_PI
DIP VERTICAL

1 1
B6B-XH-A

V+12_ERP

HP JACK
V+12_SW_A
V+12_SW_D
CN201

MINI JACK

V-15_PI 2 2 V-15_PI
6
5
4
PWR_XON 3
GND_D 2
GND_D 1
(6pin)

WHITE

GND_PI 3 3 GND_PI
ASSY
(DWX3686)
L = 50mm

GND_PI 4 4 GND_PI
PF06PP-D05
A A 1/5- A 5/5