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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/

SHAKEX7
SERVICE MANUAL AEP Model
UK Model
Ver. 1.3 2015.07
5.07
Australian Model
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3

E Model
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

Photo: HCD-SHAKEX7

• HCD-SHAKEX1 is the tuner, USB, DVD Player, Bluetooth, NFC and amplifier section in SHAKE-X1D.
• HCD-SHAKEX3 is the tuner, USB, DVD Player, Bluetooth, NFC and amplifier section in SHAKE-X3D.
• HCD-SHAKEX7 is the tuner, USB, DVD Player, Bluetooth, NFC and amplifier section in SHAKE-X7D.

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism HCD-GPX555/GPX888


DVD Section DVD Mechanism Type CDM90-DVBU204//M
Optical Pick-up Name CMS-S76RFG1 OR CMS-S76RFGP

SPECIFICATIONS
1)
Amplifier section Sampling frequencies Frequency response The actual range will vary depending on
The following are measured at WMA: 44.1 kHz 20 Hz – 20 kHz factors such as obstacles between devices,
AC 120 V – 240 V, 50/60 Hz AAC: 44.1 kHz Video color system format magnetic fields around a microwave oven,
SHAKE-X7D Supported USB device NTSC and PAL static electricity, reception sensitivity,
Power Output (rated): Mass Storage Class Tuner section antenna’s performance, operating system,
800 W + 800 W (at 8 ohms, 100 Hz, Maximum current FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner software application, etc.
2)
1A Antenna BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate
1% THD)
Disc/USB section FM lead antenna the purpose of BLUETOOTH communica-
RMS output power (reference):
Supported bit rate AM loop antenna tion between devices.
1,200 W + 1,200 W (per channel at
8 ohms, 100 Hz) MPEG1 Layer-3: FM tuner section General
32 kbps – 320 kbps, VBR Power requirements
SHAKE-X3D Tuning range
Sampling frequencies 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step) AC 120 V – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Output (rated):
MPEG1 Layer-3: Power consumption
400 W + 400 W (at 4 ohms, 100 Hz, AM tuner section
32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz SHAKE-X7D: 375 W
1% THD) Tuning range
Xvid SHAKE-X1D/X3D: 220 W
RMS output power (reference): European and Russian models only:
Video codec: Xvid Power consumption (at the Power Saving
600 W + 600 W (per channel at 531 kHz – 1,602 kHz (9 kHz step)
Bit rate: 4.854 Mbps (MAX) mode)
4 ohms, 100 Hz) Latin American and Australian
Resolution/Frame rate: 0.5 W (When “BT STBY” is set to
SHAKE-X1D 720 × 480, 30 fps models only: “OFF”)
Power Output (rated): 720 × 576, 25 fps 531 kHz – 1,710 kHz (9 kHz step) 4 W (When “BT STBY” is set to “ON”)
400 W + 400 W (at 4 ohms, 100 Hz, Audio codec: MP3 530 kHz – 1,710 kHz (10 kHz step) Dimensions (w/h/d) (excl. speakers)
1% THD) MPEG4 Other models: (Approx.)
RMS output power (reference): File format: MP4 File Format 531 kHz – 1,602 kHz (9 kHz step) 455 mm × 165 mm × 330 mm
600 W + 600 W (per channel at Video codec: 530 kHz – 1,610 kHz (10 kHz step) Mass (excl. speakers) (Approx.)
4 ohms, 100 Hz) MPEG4 Simple Profile BLUETOOTH section SHAKE-X7D: 6.3 kg
Inputs (AVC is not compatible.) Communication system SHAKE-X1D/X3D: 5.9 kg
AUDIO IN 1/PARTY CHAIN IN L/R Bit rate: 4 Mbps BLUETOOTH Standard version 3.0 Supplied accessories
Voltage 2 V, impedance 47 kilohms Resolution/Frame rate: Output • Remote control (1)
AUDIO IN 2 L/R 720 × 576, 30 fps BLUETOOTH Standard Power Class 2 • R03 (size AAA) batteries (2)
Voltage 2 V, impedance 47 kilohms Audio codec: AAC-LC Maximum communication range • FM lead/AM loop antenna (1)
MIC 1, MIC 2 (HE-AAC is not compatible.) Line of sight approx. 10 m 1)
Sensitivity 1 mV, impedance DRM: Not compatible Frequency band SHAKE-X7D only
10 kilohms 2.4 GHz band (2.4000 GHz – • Unit: HCD-SHAKEX7 (1)
Disc player section
(USB) 1, (USB) 2 port: Type A 2.4835 GHz) • Speaker system: SS-SHAKEX7 (2)
System
Modulation method • AC power cord (mains lead)
Outputs Compact disc and digital audio and
video system FHSS (Freq Hopping Spread – Latin American, Middle East, and African
AUDIO OUT/PARTY CHAIN OUT L/R models only (2)*
Voltage 2 V, impedance 1 kilohm Laser Diode Properties Spectrum)
Emission Duration: Continuous Compatible BLUETOOTH profiles 2) – Other models (1)
VIDEO OUT
Laser Output*: Less than 44.6 µW A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribu- * The quantity of the AC power cord
Max. output level 1 Vp-p,
* This output is the value tion Profile) (mains lead) supplied depends on the
unbalanced, Sync. negative load
measurement at a distance of AVRCP (Audio Video Remote area.
impedance 75 ohms
200 mm from the objective lens Control Profile)
USB section surface on the Optical Pick-up SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Supported bit rate Block with 7 mm aperture. Supported codecs
WMA: 48 kbps – 192 kbps, VBR, CBR SBC (Sub Band Codec) – Continued on next page –

DVD RECEIVER
AAC: 48 kbps – 320 kbps, VBR, CBR AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)

9-890-663-04
2015G80-1 Sony Corporation
© 2015.07 Published by Sony EMCS (Malaysia) PG Tec
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

SHAKE-X3D only • Abbreviation


• Unit: HCD-SHAKEX3 (1)
• Speaker system: SS-SHAKEX3 (2) AR : Argentina model
• AC power cord (mains lead) (1) AUS : Australian model
• AC plug adaptor (1) (supplied only for certain areas) E4 : African model
The AC plug adaptor is not use in Chile.
Use this plug adaptor in the countries where it is necessary. E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E models
SHAKE-X1D only
EA : Saudi Arabia model
• Unit: HCD-SHAKEX1 (1) LA9 : Latin-American model
• Speaker system: SS-SHAKEX1 (2) MY : Malaysia model
• AC power cord (mains lead) (1)
• AC plug adaptor (1) (supplied only for certain areas)
RU : Russian model
The AC plug adaptor is not use in Chile. Use this plug TH : Thai model
adaptor in the countries where it is necessary.

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
License and Trademark Notice
• is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
safety check before releasing the set to the customer:
• “DVD+RW”, “DVD-RW”, “DVD+R”, “DVD-R”, “DVD VIDEO”,
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs,
and the “CD” logos are trademarks. screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check
• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from leakage as described below.
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
• Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. LEAKAGE TEST
• This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
of Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary. return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
• “WALKMAN” and “WALKMAN” logo are registered trademarks Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
of Sony Corporation.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
• This system incorporates Dolby* Digital.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby instruments.
Laboratories.
• The BLUETOOTH® word mark and logos are registered 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
marks by Sony Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and
trade names are those of their respective owners. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
• The N Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication
Inc. in the United States and in other countries. is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
• Android™ is a trademark of Google Inc.
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples
• Google Play™ is a trademark of Google Inc.
of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
• Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks
of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See
Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Fig. A)
• “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically
to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the To Exposed Metal
developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not
responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance
Parts on Set
with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use
of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless
performance.
• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG-4 VISUAL
PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND
NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER FOR
(i) ENCODING VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-
4 VISUAL STANDARD (“MPEG-4 VIDEO”)
AC
0.15 μF 1.5 kΩ voltmeter
AND/OR
(0.75 V)
(ii) DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY
A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-
COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED
FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE
MPEG-4 VIDEO.
NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED
FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Earth Ground
INCLUDING THAT RELATING TO PROMOTIONAL,
INTERNAL AND COMMERCIAL USES AND LICENSING Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C.
HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
• All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective
owners.

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE


WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................. 4 6-15. Printed Wiring Board


- 4CH DAMP Board (Component Side) -....................... 46
2. DISASSEMBLY 6-16. Printed Wiring Board
2-1. Panel, Side (L), Panel, Side (R), Panel, Top Assy .......... 10 - 4CH DAMP Board (Conductor Side) - ........................ 47
2-2. 4CH DAMP Board .......................................................... 11 6-17. Schematic Diagram - 4CH DAMP Board (1/2) -............ 48
2-3. Back Panel Section ......................................................... 12 6-18. Schematic Diagram - 4CH DAMP Board (2/2) -............ 49
2-4. Panel, Loading Assy ....................................................... 12 6-19. Printed Wiring Board - STR Board - .............................. 50
2-5. CDM90-DVBU204//M ................................................... 13 6-20. Schematic Diagram - STR Board - ................................. 51
2-6. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 14 6-21. Printed Wiring Board - DISPLAY Board - ..................... 52
2-7. MOTHERBOARD Board ............................................... 14 6-22. Schematic Diagram - DISPLAY Board - ........................ 53
2-8. REGULATOR, SWITCHING (SSN-152AD) 6-23. Printed Wiring Board - MIC Board - .............................. 54
(SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3), SWITCHING REGULATOR 6-24. Schematic Diagram - MIC Board - ................................. 55
(SHAKEX7).................................................................... 15 6-25. Printed Wiring Board - LED BAR Board - .................... 55
2-9. Service, Optical Device (7G), Cable, Flexible Flat ........ 16 6-26. Schematic Diagram - LED BAR Board - ....................... 56
6-27. Printed Wiring Board - IR Board - ................................. 56
3. TEST MODE ............................................................ 17 6-28. Schematic Diagram - IR Board - .................................... 56

4. ELECTRICAL CHECK ......................................... 22 7. EXPLODED VIEWS


7-1. Panel, Side Section ......................................................... 70
5. TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................... 23 7-2. Back Panel Section ......................................................... 71
7-3. MOTHERBOARD Board Section .................................. 72
6. DIAGRAMS 7-4. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 73
6-1. Block Diagram - RS SERVO, USB Section - ................. 31 7-5. Chassis Section ............................................................... 74
6-2. Block Diagram - MAIN Section -................................... 32 7-6. Top Panel Section ........................................................... 75
6-3. Block Diagram - AMP Section - ..................................... 33 7-7. DVD Mechanism Section (CDM90-DVBU204//M) ...... 76
6-4. Block Diagram
- PANEL, POWER SUPPLY Section - ........................... 34 8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................. 77
6-5. Printed Wiring Board
- MOTHERBOARD Board (Component Side) - ............ 36
6-6. Printed Wiring Board
- MOTHERBOARD Board (Conductor Side) - ............. 37
6-7. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (1/8) - ................................. 38
6-8. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (2/8) - ................................. 39
6-9. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (3/8) - ................................. 40
6-10. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (4/8) - ................................. 41
6-11. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (5/8) - ................................. 42
6-12. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (6/8) - ................................. 43
6-13. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (7/8) - ................................. 44
6-14. Schematic Diagram
- MOTHERBOARD Board (8/8) - ................................. 45

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Ver. 1.3 SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
Notes on chip component replacement MODEL IDENTIFICATION
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be - BACK PANEL -
damaged by heat.

Flexible Circuit Board Repairing


• Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 °C
during repairing.
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
or unsoldering.

UNLEADED SOLDER – MODEL LABEL –


Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the
leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
the lead free mark due to their particular size) MADE IN MALAYSIA DVD RECEIVER

: LEAD FREE MARK 4-559-755-01 E4 SERIAL NO.

Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.


PART No.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher Destination Code
than ordinary solder.
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
Model Part No.
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to HCD-SHAKEX3: AEP, UK, AUS 4-559-753-1[]
about 350 °C. HCD-SHAKEX3: E4 4-559-753-3[]
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if HCD-SHAKEX3: EA 4-559-753-4[]
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
HCD-SHAKEX3: MY 4-559-753-5[]
• Strong viscosity
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) HCD-SHAKEX3: TH 4-559-753-7[]
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges HCD-SHAKEX3: AR 4-559-754-2[]
occur such as on IC pins, etc. HCD-SHAKEX3: RU 4-559-754-3[]
• Usable with ordinary solder HCD-SHAKEX3: LA9 4-559-754-4[]
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
HCD-SHAKEX7: E4 4-559-755-0[]
also be added to ordinary solder.
HCD-SHAKEX7: EA 4-559-755-1[]

CAUTION HCD-SHAKEX7: MY 4-559-755-2[]


Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures HCD-SHAKEX7: TH 4-559-755-4[]
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation HCD-SHAKEX7: AR 4-559-755-8[]
exposure.
HCD-SHAKEX7: LA9 4-559-755-9[]
HCD-SHAKEX1: LA9 4-569-308-0[]
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK HCD-SHAKEX1: AEP, UK, AUS 4-569-308-1[]
OR BASE UNIT
HCD-SHAKEX1: E4 4-569-308-2[]
HCD-SHAKEX1: EA 4-569-308-3[]
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic HCD-SHAKEX1: MY 4-569-308-4[]
break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
HCD-SHAKEX1: TH 4-569-308-5[]
charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also HCD-SHAKEX1: AR 4-569-308-7[]
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the HCD-SHAKEX1: RU 4-569-308-8[]
repair parts. HCD-SHAKEX7: E12 4-571-084-0[]
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care. • Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model
NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK AUS : Australian model
The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused E4 : African model
on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E models
pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, EA : Saudi Arabia model
LA9 : Latin-American model
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
MY : Malaysia model
RU : Russian model
TH : Thai model

This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. This


marking is located on the rear exterior.

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PLAYABLE DISCS NOTE OF REPLACING MOTHERBOARD BOARD OR


• DVD+R/DVD+RW BLUETOOTH MODULE OR RC-S730 (WW) BOARD
• AUDIO CD When the MOTHERBOARD board or BLUETOOTH module
• CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW or RC-S730 (WW) board are replaced, please execute the below
– audio data service mode.
– MP3 files that conforms to ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2, or
Joliet (expansion format).
Pairing this system with a Bluetooth device
Notes
• MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3) is a standard format defined 1. Press the [\/1] button to turn the power on.
by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) which 2. Place the Bluetooth device within 1 meter from the system.
compresses audio data. MP3 files must be in MPEG 1 Audio 3. Press BLUETOOTH on the unit to select Bluetooth function.
Layer-3 format. “BLUETOOTH” appears in the display panel.
• The system can only play back MP3 files that have a file 4. Hold down BLUETOOTH on the unit for 2 seconds or more.
extension of “.mp3”. “PAIRING” flashes in the display panel.
5. Perform the pairing procedure on the Bluetooth device.
NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC1008 AND IC1010 ON 6. Select the model number of the unit on the display of the
THE 4CH DAMP BOARD Bluetooth device.
IC1008 and IC1010 on the 4CH DAMP board cannot exchange For example, select “SONY:SHAKE-X1D or SHAKE-X3D or
with single. When these parts on the 4CH DAMP board are SHAKE-X7D”.
damaged, exchange the entire mounted board. If passkey is required on the Bluetooth device, enter “0000”.
7. Perform the Bluetooth connection on the Bluetooth device.
NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC002, IC101, IC105, IC106, 8. When pairing is completed and the Bluetooth connection is
IC301, IC302 AND IC303 ON THE MOTHERBOARD established, Bluetooth device name appears in the display
BOARD panel.
IC002, IC101, IC105, IC106, IC301, IC302 and IC303 on the 9. To cancel pairing operation, hold down BLUETOOTH on the
MOTHERBOARD board cannot exchange with single. When these unit for 2 seconds or more until “BLUETOOTH” appears in
parts on the MOTHERBOARD board are damaged, exchange the the display panel.
entire mounted board.

NOTE OF REPLACEMENT OF THE MS-476 BOARD


Connecting with a smartphone by one touch (NFC)
When the MS-476 board is defective, exchange the entire Note: The operation in this mode must use a NFC-compatible smartphone
LOADING COMPLETE ASSY (T). (Smartphones with a built-in NFC function [OS: Android 2.3.3 or
later, excluding Android 3.x])
[DISC TRAY LOCK MODE] 1. Press the [\/1] button to turn the power on.
This mode let you lock the disc tray. When this mode is activated, 2. Download and install the app “NFC Easy Connect”.
the disc tray will not open when [Z] button is pressed. The message Download the free Android app from Google Play by searching
“LOCKED” will be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube. for “NFC Easy Connect”.
This mode only applied when there is disc(s) on the tray. 3. Start the app “NFC Easy Connect” on the smartphone.
Procedure: Make sure that the application screen is displayed.
1. Press [\/1] button to turn on the system. 4. Touch the smartphone to the N-Mark on the system until the
2. Select DVD/CD function. smartphone vibrates.
3. Press [DJ OFF] button and [ISOLATOR] button simultaneously
and hold down until “LOCKED” or “UNLOCKED” displayed
on the fluorescent indicator tube (around 5 seconds).

Note: When “LOCKED” is displayed, the slot lock is not released by


turning power on/off with the [\/1] button.

Complete the connection by following the instructions


displayed on the smartphone.
5. When pairing is completed and the Bluetooth connection is
established, the Bluetooth device name appears in the display
panel.

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Playing music from a Bluetooth device


For a Bluetooth device
1. Press the [\/1] button to turn the power on.
2. Press BLUETOOTH on the unit to select Bluetooth function.
“BLUETOOTH” appears in the display panel.
3. Establish connection with the Bluetooth device.
Press BLUETOOTH on the unit to connect to the last
connected Bluetooth device.
Perform the Bluetooth connection from the Bluetooth device if
the device is not connected.
Once the connection is established, the Bluetooth device name
appears in the display panel.
4. Press N.
Depending on the Bluetooth device,
– you may have to press N twice.
– you may need to start playback of an audio source on the
Bluetooth device.

For an NFC-compatible smartphone


1. Press the [\/1] button to turn the power on.
Touch the smartphone to the N-Mark on the system to establish
the Bluetooth connection.
Start playback of an audio source on the smartphone. For
details on playback, refer to the operating instructions of your
smartphone.

To disconnect the Bluetooth device


For a Bluetooth device
Press BLUETOOTH on the unit.
“BLUETOOTH” appears in the display panel.

For an NFC-compatible smartphone


Touch the smartphone to the N-Mark on the system again.

To erase all the pairing registration information perform


COLD RESET test mode (Refer page 17).

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HOW TO OPEN THE TRAY WHEN POWER SWITCH TURN OFF


Note 1: After the side (L, R) panel assy, top panel and fan is removed, this work is done.
Note 2: Please prepare the thin wire (clip etc. processed to the length of 8 cm or more).

1 Remove the side (L,R) panel, top panel section,


tunnel bracket, fan bracket and DC fan.
(Illustration of disassembly is omitted.)

hole
– Side view –
Insert the clip etc.
processed to the
length of 8 cm or
more in the hole tray
on the side of the
CDM and push. DVD drive

3
8 cm or more

tray

Note: Push after it inserts it in this hole well.


– Top view – 2 Insert the clip etc.

CAPACITOR DISCHARGE FOR ELECTRIC SHOCK PREVENTION

Switching Regulator Board (Conductor side view) (HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)


In checking the Switching Regulator board, make 3 capacitors discharge of C18, C20 and C27 for eletrical shock prevention.

800 :/5 W

800 :/5 W
C18 R

R C27

C20 R

800 :/5 W

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CAPACITOR DISCHARGE FOR ELECTRIC SHOCK PREVENTION

Switching Regulator Board (Conductor side view) (HCD-SHAKEX7)


In checking the Switching Regulator board, make 4 capacitors discharge of C18, C20, C27 and C28 for eletrical shock prevention.

800 :/5 W 800 :/5 W 800 :/5 W

R R R

C27

C18 800 :/5 W


C28

C20

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SECTION 2 Ver. 1.1
DISASSEMBLY
Note: Disassemble the unit in the order as shown below.

SET

2-1. PANEL, SIDE (L), PANEL, SIDE (R),


PANEL, TOP ASSY
(Page 10)

2-2. 4CH DAMP BOARD


(Page 11)

2-3. BACK PANEL SECTION


(Page 12)

2-4. PANEL, LOADING ASSY


(Page 12)

2-5. CDM90-DVBU204//M
(Page 13)

2-6. FRONT PANEL SECTION


(Page 14)

2-7. MOTHERBOARD BOARD


(Page 14)

2-8. REGULATOR, SWITCHING (SSN-152AD) (SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3),


SWITCHING REGULATOR (SHAKEX7)
(Page 15)

2-9. SERVICE, OPTICAL DEVICE (7G),


CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT
(Page 16)

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Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-1. PANEL, SIDE (L), PANEL, SIDE (R), PANEL, TOP ASSY
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ STR board pin, lead
pin, lead

–7RSSDQHOERWWRPYLHZ–
STR board wg top panel section
–7RSSDQHOERWWRPYLHZ–
qg four tapping screws

ql wire (flat type) wf


(11 core) (CN1004)
qj one screw
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

5 two tapping screws


1 Insert the A wd CN601 (4P)
clip etc. 2 cover screw A
ws CN451 (8P)
4 one tapping
4 one tapping screw
screw B w; wire (flat type)
(21 core) (CN109)
qk one screw
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
4 one tapping
screw wa wire (flat type)
(6 core) (CN105)
7 panel, side (L) 6

A qf panel, side (R)


qs two tapping
1 Insert the screws
clip etc. qh one screw
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
qa one tapping
4 one tapping screw B screw
qd
3 cover screw B
9 cover screw A

8 Insert the
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ qh one screw clip etc.
MIC board filament tape RC-S730 (WW) (+BVTP 3 u 8)

qa one tapping screw qa one tapping screw

qa one tapping screw

0 cover screw B 8 Insert the clip etc.

DISPLAY board filament tape


filament tape
–7RSSDQHOERWWRPYLHZ–

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.3

2-2. 4CH DAMP BOARD

(SHAKEX7) 1 three screws


(+BVTP 3 u 8)

2 two screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

5 bracket, tunnel

qk heat sink (M3) qg three screws


(+PTPWH 2.6 u L
(DIA8.0))

(SHAKEX7)
qh sheet,
thermal
9 one screw
(+BVTP 3 u 8) (SHAKEX1/ (SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)
8 one screw
SHAKEX3) qj cushion, seal
(+BVTP 3 u 8) qh sheet, thermal

ql five screws ws 4CH DAMP


0 bracket, fan (+BVTP 3 u 8) board
(white: SHAKEX1/ C
SHAKEX3) 7 CN1003
(2P)
(black: SHAKEX7)
(SHAKEX7) qf one screw
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

(SHAKEX7)
3 two screws
9 one screw (+BVTP 3 u 8)
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
qf one screw
qa DC fan w;
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
wa bracket, 6 CN1011 (2P)
heat sink
C 4 Remove the wire
from the hook.

qd CN1001 (10P)

qs wire (flat type)


(21 core) (CN1009)

‡:LUHVHWWLQJ
(SHAKEX7) rear side

hook

bracket, tunnel

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

2-3. BACK PANEL SECTION

2 four screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8) (SHAKEX7)
5 two screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
8 panel, back

1 four screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

7 sheet,
service cover
4

3 five screws
6 DC fan
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
(SHAKEX7)

2-4. PANEL, LOADING ASSY

3 three claws

hole
– Side view – 4 panel, loading
assy
Insert the clip etc.
processed to the
length of 8 cm or
more in the hole
on the side of the
CDM and push. DVD drive

2
8 cm or more

tray

Note: Push after it inserts it in this hole well.


– Top view – 1 Insert the clip etc.

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

2-5. CDM90-DVBU204//M

4 four screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
7 CDM90-DVBU204//M

1 CN401 (6P)
5 boss
Note: When you install the DVD
drive (CDM90-DVBU204//M),
please match the position of 2 wire (flat type) (5 core)
8 three screws
the boss two places. (CN303)
(+BVTP 3 u 8)
6 3 cable, flexible flat (24 core)
(CN302)
9 two screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

0 bracket, CDM

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

2-6. FRONT PANEL SECTION

1 wire flat type


(10 core) (CN102)

4 panel, front assy

2 four screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

2-7. MOTHERBOARD BOARD

3 filament tape

2 one screw
4 shield plate, frame
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

2 four screws
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

5 MOTHERBOARD
board

1 CN001 (9P)

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.3

2-8. REGULATOR, SWITCHING (SSN-152AD) (SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3),


SWITCHING REGULATOR (SHAKEX7)

3 one screw
4 one screw (+BVTP 3 u 8)
(+BV3 (3-CR))

5 stopper, wiring
6 bracket (SQ)

7 one screw D
(+BVTP 3 u 8)

E
0 chassis, sub assy

(SHAKEX7) F

9 bracket, L

8 two screws 7 two screws


(+BV3 (3-CR)) (+BVTP 3 u 8)

(SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3) (SHAKEX7)

qa two screws qa six screws


qa six screws (+PWH 3 u 8 (+PWH 3 u 8
qa one screw qa two screws
(+PWH 3 u 8 (SUMITITE))
(SUMITITE))
(SUMITITE)) (+PWH 3 u 8 (+PWH 3 u 8 qa one screw
(SUMITITE)) (SUMITITE)) (+PWH 3 u 8
(SUMITITE))
G
G

qs stopper,
wiring
1 one screw 1 one screw qs stopper,
(+BV3 (3-CR)) (+BV3 (3-CR)) wiring
E qf REGULATOR, E qf SWITCHING
2 stopper, SWITCHING 2 stopper, REGULATOR
wiring (SSN-152AD) wiring

D D

G G
F F

qg chassis assy (RAI)


qg chassis assy (RYU) qd CN1 (2P)
qd CN1 (2P)

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

2-9. SERVICE, OPTICAL DEVICE (7G), CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT

1 six claws
2 chuck holder assy (T)

qa insulator
qf filament tape
8 four insulator screws
qg wire (flat type)
qs service, optical (5 core)
device (7G)
qh filament tape
qa insulator
qa insulator
qk holder, FFC
0
9
6 belt ql cable, flexible flat
(24 core)
qj
3 Insert the thin
wire (clip etc.).

7 connector

qd base, lo assy loading assy (T)


4

5 tray – Bottom view –

‡,QVWDOODWLRQRIFDEOHIOH[LEOHIODW FRUH DQGZLUH IODWW\SH  FRUH


Note: This illustration sees the loading assy (T) from bottom side.
5 three claws
5 two claws
1 cable, flexible flat
(24 core)
loading assy (T)
6 holder, FFC
3 Through the hole
4

7 cable, flexible flat


(24 core)
terminal face

2 Through the hole 0 filament tape


8 filament tape

Under the guide


(Fold area) 9 wire (flat type)
(5 core)

Under the guide

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
SECTION 3 Ver. 1.1

TEST MODE
[PANEL TEST MODE] [USER RESET]
This mode is used to check the fluorescent indicator tube, LEDs, The user reset clears all data including preset data stored in the data
keys, [VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL] knob, model, destination flash to initial conditions exclude history mode data.
and software version. Procedure:
Procedure: 1. Press \/1 button to turn on the system.
1. Press [] button and [S3 TUNING ‒ .] button simultane- 2. Press [DJ OFF] button and [S4 TUNING + >] button simul-
ously and hold 3 seconds. taneously for 3 seconds.
2. All LEDs and segments in fluorescent indicator tube are 3. “RESET” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. After that,
lighted up. All RGB LEDs are lighted up in white color. the fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank for a while, and
3. When you want to enter to the software version display mode, the system is reset.
press [S2 +] button.
The model information appears on the fluorescent indicator [COLD RESET]
tube. The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the
Press [S2 +] button again to view the destination information. data flash to initial conditions included history mode data. Execute
4. During the destination information display, press [S2 +] this mode when returning the set to the customer.
button. Each time [S2 +] button is pressed, the fluorescent Procedure:
indicator tube shows the version of each category software 1. Press [\/1] button to turn on the system.
in the following sequence: SC, MTK, OPU, UI, PF, SUB, 2. Press [] button and [S4 TUNING + >] button simultane-
SYS, CD, CMA, CMB, ST, TA, TM and return back to model ously for 3 seconds.
information display. 3. “COLD RESET” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube.
5. When [] button is pressed while the version numbers After that, the fluorescent indicator tube will display “SONY
are being displayed except model and destination, the DEMO”. The set will automatically Power ON and Power
date of the software creation appears. When [] button is OFF again, and the system is reset.
pressed again, the display returns to the software version
display. [DISC TRAY LOCK MODE]
6. Press [S1 ‒] button, the key check mode is activated. This mode let you lock the disc tray. When this mode is activated,
7. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays the disc tray will not open when [Z] button is pressed. The message
“K 0 V0”. “LOCKED” will be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube.
Each time a button is pressed, “K” value increases. However, This mode only applied when there is disc on the tray.
once a button has been pressed, it is no longer taken into Procedure:
account. 1. Press [\/1] button to turn on the system.
“V” value increases in the manner of 0, 1, 2, 3 ... if [VOLUME/ 2. Select DVD/CD function.
MULTI CONTROL] knob is turned clockwise, or it decreases 3. Press [DJ OFF] button and [ISOLATOR] button simultaneously
in the manner of 0, 9, 8, 7 ... if [VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL] and hold down until “LOCKED” or “UNLOCKED” displayed
knob is turned counterclockwise. on the fluorescent indicator tube (around 5 seconds).
8. When [ENTER] button is pressed after all LEDs and segments
in fluorescent indicator tube light up, alternate segments in [Bluetooth PAIRING HISTORY CLEAR]
fluorescent indicator tube and LEDs would light up, all RGB It can clear the Bluetooth pairing history.
LEDs would light up in RED color. If you press [ENTER] Procedure:
button again, another half of alternate segments in fluorescent 1. Press the [\/1] button to turn the power on.
indicator tube and LEDs would light up, all RGB LEDs would 2. Press the [BLUETOOTH] button to turn the Bluetooth func-
light up in GREEN color. Pressing [ENTER] button again tion.
would cause all segments in fluorescent indicator tube and 3. Press [DJ OFF] button and [‒] button simultaneously for 3
LEDs light up, all RGB LEDs would light up in blue color. seconds.
Pressing [ENTER] button again would turn off all segments in 4. The message “BT HISTORY” → “CLEAR” is displayed
fluorescent indicator tube and all LEDs including RGB LEDs. on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the pairing history of
9. To release from this mode, press the buttons in the same Bluetooth is cleared.
manner as step 1, or disconnect the power cord.

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

[HISTORY MODE]
This mode is used to check important data stored in the system
when PROTECTOR happen.
Procedure:
1. During demo mode, press [] button and [S2 +] button for
5 seconds to mode into history mode.
2. Press the [S4 TUNING + >] button or [S3 TUNING ‒ .]
button to check history data stored.

Display on fluorescent indicator tube Description


P C O U N T ※ ※ No of time protector happen (0 ~ 99)
P T ※ ※ ※ ※ Refer to protect type description
Single Power On Time until protector happened
1 *h *h *h *h *h. *m *m
(0~99999 hours, 0~99Min)
Total Power On Time [ no consider protector happen ]
2 *h *h *h *h *h. *m *m
(0~99999 hours, 0~99Min)
F ※ ※ ※ ※ ※ ※ Input Function during protector happened
V O L ※ ※ ※ Volume setting (MIN / 1 - 50 / MAX)
B A S S ※ ※ ※ MEGA BASS setting (OFF / ON)

To release from History Mode.


To release from this mode, press [\/1] button.

Protect Type Description:

Error Code Description


01 The over current condition to MOSFET occurs
by defect of MOSFET or defect of PS output
line.
or
Unusual heat up of MOSFET by improper
assembly of heat sink, destruction of MOSFET
etc.
02 Defect of thermistor IC or charging circuit used
by SPM (Sound Pressure Management) system.
03 Defect of power supply circuit to AMP. There
is possibility of unusual power supply of any of
the AMP IC or Pre-amplifier.
04 DC appears in SP terminal by defect of AMP
IC and MOSFET
06 Defect of DC FAN and DC FAN driver circuit

If speaker does not have output even if the set status is not in
PROTECT mode, the following defect might be possible:

Defects Possible cause


RESET defect Reset signal status from micom is not ‘H’.

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

[DVD COLOR SYSTEM MODE] 5. To execute each function, press its number by using numeric
• This mode let you change the color system of the video output button on the remote commander.
from PAL to NTSC or vice-versa. 6. To release from this mode, press the [\/1] button to turn off
Procedure: the system.
1. Press the [\/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Press [FUNCTION +] or [FUNCTION ‒] at remote com- • Execute IOP Measurement
mander to select DVD/CD function. In order to execute IOP measurement, the following standard
3. Press the [DJ OFF] button and [FOOTBALL] button procedures must be followed.
simultaneously and hold for 3 seconds.
4. The message “COLOR PAL” or “COLOR NTSC” appears on 1. From the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, select
the fluorescent indicator tube. “2. Drive Manual Operation” by pressing the [2] button on
the remote commander. The following screen appears on the
• To release from DVD Color System Mode onscreen display.
1. Once the color system has been selected, the mode is fixed
there after. If you wish to change the mode again, perform the Drive Manual Operation
above item 2 again.
1. Servo Control
[DVD SERVICE MODE] 2. Track/Layer Jump
• This mode let you make diagnosis and adjustment easily by 3. Manual Adjustment
4. Tray Aging Mode
using the remote commander and the TV. The instructions,
5. MIRR time Adjust
diagnostic results, etc. are given on the on-screen display. 0. Return to Top Menu

• TEST DISC LIST 2. Select “3. Manual Adjustment” by pressing the [3] button on
Be sure to use the DVD disc that matches the signal standards the remote commander. The following screen appears on the
of your region. on-screen display.
• CD
YEDS-18 (Part No.: 3-702-101-01)
PATD-012 (Part No.: 4-225-203-01) Manual Adjust
HLX-A1 (Part No.: J-2501-307-A)
1. Track Balance Adjust:
• DVD SL (Single Layer) 2. Track Gain Adjust:
NTSC : HLX-503 (Part No.: J-6090-069-A) 3. Focus Balance Adjust:
HLX-504 (Part No.: J-6090-088-A) 4. Focus Gain Adjust:
HLX-513 (Part No.: J-2501-305-A) 5. Eq Boost Adjust:
PAL : HLX-506 (Part No.: J-6090-077-A) 6. Iop:
• DVD DL (Double Layer) 7. TRV. Level:
NTSC : HLX-501 (Part No.: J-6090-071-A) 8. S curve (FE) Level:
9. RFL (PI) Level:
HLX-505 (Part No.: J-6090-089-A)
0. MIRR Time:
HLX-514 (Part No.: J-2501-306-A)
PAL : HLX-507 (Part No.: J-6090-078-A) O o Change Value
RETURN Return to previous menu
• Procedure to enter to DVD Service Mode:
1. Press the [\/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Press [FUNCTION +] or [FUNCTION ‒] at remote com- 3. Select “6. Iop:” by pressing the [6] button on the remote
mander to select DVD/CD function. commander.
3. Press the [SPEAKER LIGHT] button and [ENTER] button 4. Wait until a hexadecimal number appears in the on-screen
simultaneously and hold 3 seconds. display as below:
4. The message “SERVICE IN” appears on the fluorescent
indicator tube. Manual Adjust
The display of the “Model Name” of the “Remocon Diagnosis
1. Track Balance Adjust:
Menu” change with the model and the destination appears on 2. Track Gain Adjust:
screen display. Refer to below on the model name. 3. Focus Balance Adjust:
SHAKE-X1D : TETSUJIN 4. Focus Gain Adjust:
SHAKE-X3D : RAIJIN 5. Eq Boost Adjust:
SHAKE-X7D : RYUJIN 6. Iop. ED
7. TRV. Level:
8. S curve (FE) Level:
Remocon Diagnosis Menu
9. RFL (PI) Level:
0. MIRR Time:
0. External Chip Check
1. Servo Parameter Check
O o Change Value
2. Drive Manual Operation
RETURN Return to previous menu
3. Emergency History
4. Version Information
5. Convert data from hexadecimal to decimal by using
conversion table.
Model Name : SHAKE-X1D_ XX *1 or SHAKE-X3D_ XX *1 or
6. Please find the label on the rear of the BU (Base Unit).
: SHAKE-X7D_ XX *1
IF-con : Ver. XX.XX (XXXX) The default IOP value is written in the label.
Syscon : Ver. X.XXX 7. Subtract between these two values.

*1: Changes depending on destination


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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

8. If the remainder is smaller than 93 (decimal), then it is OK. • Error Code


However if the value is higher than 93, then the BU is defective
and need to be change. Example of Error code
9. Press the [RETURN] button on the remote commander to
return to previous menu. 1. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
10. Press the [0] button on the remote commander to return to the 00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu.
11. Press the [\/1] button to turn off the system. The meaning of error code is as below:
01: Communication error (No reply from syscon)
• Check Emergency History 02: Syscon hung up
To check the emergency history, please follow the following 03: Power OFF request when syscon hung up
procedure. 19: Thermal shutdown
24: MoveSledHome error
1. From the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, select 25: Mechanical move error (5 Changer)
“3. Emergency History” by pressing the [3] button on the 26: Mechanical move stack error
remote commander. The following screen appears on the on- 30: DC motor adjustment error
screen display. 31: DPD offset adjustment error
32: TE balance adjustment error
Emg. History Check 33: TE sensor adjustment error
34: TE loop gain adjustment error
Laser Hours CD 999h 59min 35: FE loop gain adjustment error
DVD 999h 59min 36: Bad jitter after adjustment
40: Focus NG
1. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
42: Focus layer jump NG
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
51: Spindle stop error
2. 02 02 01 01 00 A9 4B 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
52: Open kick spindle error
60: Focus on error
Next Next Page Prev Prev Page 61: Seek fail error
O Return to Top Menu 62: Read Q data/ID error
(Displayed values in the above figure are example) 70: Lead in data read fail
71: TOC read time out (CD)
2. You can check the total time when the laser is turned on 80: Can’t buffering
during playback of DVD and CD from the above menu. The 81: Unknown media type
maximum time, which can be displayed are 999h 59min.
3. You can check the error code of latest 10 emergency history • Parameter of error code
from the above menu. To view the previous or next page of This is the detail of error code.
emergency history, press the [.] button or [>] button
on the remote commander. The error code consists of “Error Example of Error code
Code”, “Parameter of error code” and “Time of error code”.
1. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45

• Time of error code


This is the laser time when an error occurred.

Example of Error code

1. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45

To clear the Laser Hours


Press the [ DISPLAY] button and then press the [CLEAR]
button. The data for both CD and DVD data are reset.

Emg. History Check

Laser Hours CD 0h 0min


DVD 0h 0min

1. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
2. 02 02 01 01 00 A9 4B 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
Next Next Page Prev Prev Page
O Return to Top Menu

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

To clear the Emergency History


Press the [DVD TOP MENU] button and then press the [CLEAR]
button.
The error code for all emergency history would be reset.

Emg. History Check

Laser Hours CD 999h 59min


DVD 999h 59min

1. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
2. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Next Next Page Prev Prev Page
O Return to Top Menu

To clear the Initialize Setup Data


Press the [DVD/TUNER MENU] button and then press the
[CLEAR] button on the remote commander.

Emg. History Check

Laser Hours CD 999h 59min


DVD 999h 59min

Initialize setup data...

Next Next Page Prev Prev Page


O Return to Top Menu

To return to the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu


Press the [0] button on the remote commander.

• Check Version Information


To check the version information, please follow the following
procedure.

1. From the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, select “4.


Version information” by pressing the [4] button on the remote
commander. The following screen appears on the on-screen
display.

Version information

Firm (Main) : Ver. xxxxx


Firm (Sub) : xxxxx
RISC : xxxxx
8032 : xxxxx
Audio DSP : xxxxx
Servo DSP : xxxxx

O Return to Top Menu

To return to the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, press


the [0] button on the remote commander.

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1 SECTION 4
ELECTRICAL CHECK

TUNER SECTION 0 dB = 1 ȝV FOCUS BIAS CHECK


oscilloscope
FM AUTO STOP CHECK (DC range)

signal MOTHERBOARD board


generator
CN302 pin 17 (RF) +
CN302 pin 1 (GND) –
set
Procedure:
+ 1. Connect the oscilloscope to CN302 pin 17 (RF) and CN302
75 pin 1 (GND) on the MOTHERBOARD board.

2. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on, and select DVD/
CD function.
3. Set the test disc (CD: YEDS-18), (DVD: HLX-503 (NTSC) or
HLX-504 (PAL) on the tray and press [N] button to playback.
4. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is as shown in the figure
Procedure:
below (eye pattern).
1. Turn the power on.
A good eye pattern means that the diamond shape () in the
2. Input the following signal from Signal Generator to FM
center of the waveform can be clearly distinguished.
antenna input directly.
VOLT/DIV: 200 mV
Carrier frequency : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz TIME/DIV: 500 ns
Deviation : 75 kHz
Modulation : 1 kHz
ANT input : 35 dBu (EMF) level:
1.1 ± 0.25 Vp-p (DVDSL)
Note: Please use 75 ohm “coaxial cable” to connect SG and the 1.0 ± 0.25 Vp-p (CD)
set. You cannot use video cable for checking.
Please use SG whose output impedance is 75 ohm.

3. Set to FM tuner function and scan the input FM signal with Checking Location:
automatic scanning. -MOTHERBOARD Board (COMPONENT SIDE)-
4. Confirm that input Frequency of A, B and C detected and
automatic scanning stops.

The stop of automatic scanning means “The station signal is


received in good condition”.

CD/DVD SECTION

[TEST DISC LIST]


Use the following test disc on test mode.
• CD: YEDS-18 (PART No. 3-702-101-01)
or
PATD-012 (PART No. 4-225-203-01) pin 1 (GND) pin 17 (RF)

HLX-A1 (PART No. J-2501-307-A) CN302

• DVD (SL)
NTSC HLX-503 (PART No. J-6090-069-A)
or
HLX-504 (PART No. J-6090-088-A)
HLX-513 (PART No. J-2501-305-A)
PAL HLX-506 (PART No. J-6090-077-A)
• DVD (DL)
NTSC HLX-501 (PART No. J-6090-071-A)
or
HLX-505 (PART No. J-6090-089-A)
HLX-514 (PART No. J-2501-306-A)
PAL HLX-507 (PART No. J-6090-078-A)
Note: When the BASE UNIT is replaced, perform the Execute
IOP measurement
(Refer to page 19).

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Switching Regulator Diagnosis Flow (HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)

AC IN
(5) (1)
(2)

The Power Control signal to Switching regulator is checked.


Is following power voltage OK? Check whether the state of the Cable and Outlet are normal.
No
If there are no problems, check circumference circuit for
Main on/Sub on Standby Demo mode Power On Main on/Sub on Output of the Motherboard mount side.
(6) CN 4 :pin8 Low (0V) Low (0V)   Hi (3.3V)
Yes

(3)

The Output from Switching regulator is checked.


Is following power voltage up to standard?

Standby Demo mode Power On No


CN4 pin1 13.5V±0.5V 13.5V±0.5V 13.5V±0.5V Replaces Switching regulator if it is not up to standard.
(4) CN2 pin2-4 0V 0V -62.5V±5%
pin5 0V 0V -25.5V±5%
pin7 0V 0V +25.5V±5%
SECTION 5

(1) AC input pin8-10 0V 0V +62.5V±5%


(2) Fuse pin1 0V 0V -45.5V±10%
(3) Sub Power transformer
TROUBLESHOOTING

(4) CN 4 Connector Yes


pin1: Audio (13.5V)
pin2: Audio (GND) END
pin3-4: LED (13.5V)
pin5-6: LED (GND)
pin7: AC-Det
pin8: PCON
pin9: LOW AC
(5) MAIN Power transformer
(6) CN 2 Connector
pin1: SPV (DC-45.5V)
pin2-4: -PVDD (DC-62.5V)
pin5: -VL (DC-25.5V)
pin6: GND
pin7: +VL (DC+25.5V)
pin8-10: +PVDD (DC+62.5V)
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

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Ver. 1.1
Switching Regulator Diagnosis Flow (HCD-SHAKEX7)

24
Ver. 1.1

(2)
AC IN
(1)
(5)
Check whether the state of the
The Power Control signal to Switching regulator is checked.
Cable and Outlet are normal.
Is following power voltage OK?
No If there are no problems, check
circumference circuit for Main
Main on/Sub on Standby Demo mode Power On on/Sub on Output of the
(6) CN 4 :pin8 Low (0V) Low (0V)   Hi (3.3V) Motherboard mount side.
Yes

(3) The Output from Switching regulator is checked.


Is following power voltage up to standard?
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

Standby Demo mode Power On No Replaces Switching regulator if it


(4) CN4 pin1 13.5V±0.5V 13.5V±0.5V 13.5V±0.5V is not up to standard.
CN2 pin2-4 0V 0V -62.5V±5%
pin5 0V 0V -24V±5%
pin7 0V 0V +24V±5%
(1) AC input pin8-10 0V 0V +62.5V±5%
(2) Fuse pin1 0V 0V -45.5V±10%
(3) Sub Power transformer
(4) CN 4 Connector Yes
pin1: Audio (13.5V)
pin2: Audio (GND) END
pin3-4: LED (13.5V)
pin5-6: LED (GND)
pin7: AC-Det
pin8: PCON
pin9: LOW AC
(5) MAIN Power transformer
(6) CN 2 Connector
pin1: SPV (DC-45.5V)
pin2-4: -PVDD (DC-62.5V)
pin5: -VL (DC-24V)
pin6: GND
pin7: +VL (DC+24V)
pin8-10: +PVDD (DC+62.5V)
Optical Block Diagnosis Flow (1/2)

REMOVE SIDE PANEL


REMOVE TOP PANEL
TURN ON
TRAY IN

Does Optical pickup move to inner circumference? No Checks CL335 for +3.3V and +1.2V REG IC303. No Checks IC303 circumference circuit for +1.2V.
(Visual check) Does it output the power voltage of 3.3V and 1.2V? Checks IC002 (JL040) circumference circuit for +3.3V.

Yes Yes
Checks CN401 SL+/SL- signal. No Checks circumference circuit for SL+/SL- of IC401.
Does it output the signal? Checks circumference circuit of IC301 FMO Signal.
Yes
The Sled motor has a problem.
Replaces BU.

Does Spindle motor rotate? No Checks CN401 SP+/SP- signal. No Checks circumference circuit for SP+/SP of IC401.
(Visual check) Does it output the signal? Checks circumference circuit of IC301 DMO Signal.

Yes Yes
The Spindle motor has a problem.
Replaces BU.

Does Optical pickup do focus search? No Checks CN302 FCS+/FCS- signal. No Checks circumference circuit for FCS+/FCS- of IC401.
(Visual check) Does it output the signal? Checks circumference circuit of IC301 FOO Signal.

Yes Yes
The Optical pickup has a problem.
Replaces BU.

A
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

25
Ver. 1.1
Optical Block Diagnosis Flow (2/2)

26
Ver. 1.1

Does laser diode become luminous? No Checks JL306 (LD780) signal. No Checks circumference circuit of Q402.
(Visual check) Does it output 2V when laser become luminous? Checks circumference circuit of IC301 LDO1.
Yes Yes
The Optical pickup has a problem.
Replaces BU.

DISC IN
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

Yes

Is output level of RF signal JL317 up to standard? No If it is not up to standard,


RF Level = 1.05 ±0.45 Vpp
Lens cleaning is performed.
Test disc (CD: YEDS-18, DVD: HLX-503 (NTSC) or HLX-504 (PAL))
Yes
Yes
Is output level of RF signal JL317 up to standard?
No
RF Level = 1.05 ±0.45 Vpp Replaces BU if it is not up to standard.
Test disc (CD: YEDS-18, DVD: HLX-503 (NTSC) or HLX-504 (PAL))

Yes
Is there no problem with Long term Aging Test (60min)?
Confirms that there is no sound skip. No
Yes
The Optical pickup has a problem.
Replaces BU.

END
4CH DAMP / MOTHERBOARD Mount Diagnosis Flow (1/2)

PLAY MUSIC

Yes

No No
Is there audio output from 4CH DAMP Board? Checks 13V output of CN001 1pin(Main ON). Reinserts the cable or Exchanges.
Is the power voltage OK? If there are no problems, checks output of
Yes Switching Regulator Board.
Yes
MOTHERBOARD Board
Checks 3V output of CN001 8pin(Main ON). No Reinserts the cable or Exchanges.
Is the power voltage OK? If there are no problems, checks output of
Main ON of MOTHERBOARD Board side.
Yes

No Reinserts the cable or Exchanges.


Checks +62.5V output of CN1001 10pin(+VH),
If there are no problems, checks output of
-62.5V output of CN1001 2pin(-VH) and -45.5V
Switching Regulator Board.
output of CN1001 1pin -45.5V.
Is the power voltage OK?
4CH DAMP Board
Yes

Checks OUT terminal -50.5V output of REG IC1005. No Checks circumference circuit of REG IC1005.
Or, checks GND and OUT Terminal with Tester.
If there are no problems, exchanges IC1005.
Is it shorted out?
Yes

A B
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

27
Ver. 1.1
4CH DAMP / MOTHERBOARD Mount Diagnosis Flow (2/2)

28
Ver. 1.1

A B

Checks OUT Terminal 7V output of REG IC1006 or, No Checks circumference circuit of REG IC1006.
checks GND and OUT Terminal with Tester.
If there are no problems, exchanges IC1006.
Is it shorted out?
Yes

Checks OUT Terminal -7V output of REG IC1007 or, No Checks circumference circuit of REG IC1007.
checks GND and OUT Terminal with Tester.
If there are no problems, exchanges IC1007.
Is it shorted out?
Yes
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

Leave 4CH DAMP Mount to a state of it only No 4CH DAMP Board


and, checks Power Audio Driver (MOSFET) with Tester. Replaces 4CH DAMP Board
Is it shorted out? (Refer to Page 29.)
Yes

Assembles into the unit again then, checks No


whether there is the audio output from Replaces 4CH DAMP Board
4CH DAMP Board.
Yes

END
MOSFET Confirmation for 4CH DAMP Mount
CL1056

CL1051

C1121
C1120
C1189
C1125
CL1060
CL1059 CL1057 CL1053 CL1054
CL1052
C1114
C1115
CL1058 C1194 C1127
CL1055

C1118
C1119
C1116 C1126

C1122
C1123
R1177
R1174
R1175 R1176
C1145
R1166

C1128
C1129
E

CL1030
C1047

CL1031
CL1009

CL1022
CL1010

CL1021
C1106
Q1023

E
R1093 R1090

Q1024
R1167

C1048
C1144 R1127

C1107
R1048 R1051
CL1032 R1124 R1017 R1014
R1170 R1172
R1171 R1173
C1151
C1152

CL1029

CL1026

CL1025

CL1024

Tester

A
A
HCD-SHAKEX7
CL1028

A
ONLY

D1016
D1006

K
K
CL1027

C1009

D1013
Tester Tester Tester

K
K A

D1003
Tester Tester Tester Tester
CL1063

C1060 C1064 C1098 C1094 C1001 C1005 C1039 C1035

CL1015
CL1008

CL1020
CL1003
CL1012 CL1017 CL1000 CL1005

C1065 C1071 C1105 C1099 C1006 C1012 C1046 C1040

R1084 R1120 R1008 R1044


CL1016 CL1004
CL1013 CL1023 CL1011

CL1018
CL1006

CL1001
R1169 CL1014 CL1019 CL1002 CL1007

C1241
C1240

R1164
Q1019 CL1034
R1168 R1085 R1011
R1087 R1009
R1165
CL1033

R1142
R1144
R1068

R1066

R1143
R1067

R1197
C1199 C1200 C1201 C1202

R1099
R1023

R1033

R1109
A

R1104 R1141
R1028 R1065
CL1044

A
R1136 R1060

R1198
R1200

R1199
R1201
CL1050

D1033
K
D1032
K
CL1049
CL1041
CL1048

CL1045 CL1047 CL1046


CL1062

CL1042

CL1039
CL1043

CL1040 CL1038

CL1037
CL1036

C1143

C1142
CL1035
CL1061

<Note>
Please check each channel’s resistance value for the Coil’s terminal and Capacitor’s + and – terminal.
These terminal is equal to resistance value for POWER AUDIO DRIVER terminal.
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7

29
Ver. 1.1
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1 SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
• Circuit Boards Location

4CH DAMP board

MOTHERBOARD board

SWITCHING REGULATOR (SHAKEX7)


REGULATOR, SWITCHING (SSN-152AD) (SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)

RC-S730 (WW)
STR board
DISPLAY board

MIC board

IR board

LED BAR board

MS-476 board

BLUETOOTH module

30
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM - RS SERVO, USB Section -

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HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
31 31
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM - MAIN Section -

PARTY AUDIO
L R
CHAIN OUT OUT

J601 (2/2)
SIGNAL
SELECTOR
ANALOG IC602 OP AMP
STEREO A/D SELECTOR IC601
MIC AMP
IC2201 CONVERTER Q605, Q607
IC609
5 Y1 Y 3 3 + OUT 1

J2201 14 X1 X 13 5 + OUT 7
MIC 2 3 1 5 7 13 VINL BCK 8
LINK SET
RV001 14 VINR DOUT 9 Q603
OP AMP
MIC LEVEL LRCK 7 IC603
MIN MAX MIC DETECT
J2202 Q2201, Q2202 MUTE
VOUTL 7 3 + OUT 1 1 Y0 A 10 PROTECT
MIC 1
Q602
VOUTR 8 5 + OUT 7 12 X0 B 9

STEREO A/D DATA 2 ANALOG MUTE SW


SIGNAL SELECTOR CONVERTER STEREO D/A
BCK 1 SELECTOR Q606
IC605 IC606 CONVERTER
LRCK 3 Q611
IC914
>001B
1 Y0 X 13 13 VINL STEREO D/A
CONVERTER 13 BCK OUTL 6 FRONT-L AMP SECTION
PARTY
L R
AUDIO 6 SCKI IC604 (Page 33)
CHAIN IN IN 1 7 LRCK 14 DIN OUTR 7 R-CH
8 BCK
15 LRCK

DOUT
11 X3
112 117
4 Y3

ACLK

ALRCK
J601 (1/2) 9
15 X2
R-CH

L R
ABCK 113
AUDIO IN 2
ADIN 106

14 X1 1
A
FM DRIVER B A
ASDATA0 118 2 B Y 5
(FM RECEIVER) 9 10
IC902 6 SEL
CD RF AMP
FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP SIGNAL SELECTOR
CN2001 ANALOG CD SYSTEM PROCESSOR IC913
SELECTOR DIGITAL SERVO PROCESSOR
2 4 ARF1 LRCK/LOUT 13 Q604 IC301
ANTENNA X103 X102 X104
(2/2)
FM/AM 12.288MHz 13.333MHz 48MHz
3 5 ARF2 BCLK/ROUT 12 R-CH

41 42 173 91 92 164 70 71 140 139 28 26 24 33 59 55 32 30 29


LINK-OUT-B 51
ANALOG-ASEL

ANALOG-BSEL

MIC-DETECT

AUDIO-X1

AUDIO-X2

ANALOG-CSEL

EXTAL

XTAL

USB-X2

USB-X1

SSI3_DI

SSI3_LRCKO
SSI3_BCKO
SSI2_DO
LINK-DET
SSI1_DI
SSI0_DO
SSI0_LRCKO
SSI0_BCKO
LINK-OUT-A 176

/LINE-MUTE 94

LINK-SET 175
SYSTEM CONTROL
16 X1 DA 11 128 ST-DATA IC101 (2/4)
BT-RXD(MD-CLK)

X600
DIR_CP-DATA

4)ODVK6,2
4)ODVK6,2
4)ODVK6,2

4)ODVK6,2
DIR_CP-CLK

12MHz CK 8

4)ODVK&/.
127 ST-CLK

4)ODVK&6
17 X2
BT-RESET

‡6LJQDOSDWK
RTC-X1

RTC-X2
BT-TXD

IIC/RDSI 6 114 ST-RDS


BT-ON

: AUDIO
65 133 5 8 67 68 126 125 169 172 166 170 168 167 : TUNER (FM/AM)
BUS BUFFER : CD PLAY
IC102 (1/3) X101
32.768kHz : MIC
2 6 1 2 3 5 6 7
CN102
5 6 ‡5FKLVRPLWWHGGXHWR
SDA

SCL

CS
SO/SIO1
WP/SIO2
SI/SIO0
SCLK
HOLD/SIO3
BT-RXD
4 VDPHDV/FK
BT-TXD
5
BLUETOOTH BT-RESET
9
BLUETOOTH EEPROM EEPROM
3.3V
8 POWER CONTROL IC105 IC106
Q103, Q104

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
32 32
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM - AMP Section -

POWER AMP
+63V
IC1008

DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3


HO1 15 TB1002
Q1000 SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3: FR
FR/FL+ FR/FL+ SHAKEX7: FL+ 1
OP AMP CSL1 17
SPEAKERS R/L
IC1009 IMPEDANCE
DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET
>001B LO1 18 3 USE Ÿ
Q1001
FRONT-L 7 VINL1 VOUTL1 26 8 IN+1 TH1002
MAIN SECTION COM 20 DC DETECT
2 IN-2
(Page 32) RESET -63V SWITCH
SWITCH 11 CSD OTP 23 Q1003 SHAKEX7
Q1002 +63V 1
DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET LEFT SPEAKER
HO2 28 IMPEDANCE
Q1004 SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3: FL
VOUTR1 25
FL/FL- FL/FL- SHAKEX7: FL- 3 USE Ÿ
CSL2 26

DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET TB1003


LO2 25 Q1005
32 CLK
DA

CL

-63V
SHAKEX7
18 19
POWER AMP
+63V
IC1010

DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET TB1000


HO1 15
Q1006
FR+ FR+ 1
CSL1 17

DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET


LO1 18
Q1007
8 IN+1 TH1001
COM 20 DC DETECT
2 IN-2 RIGHT
-63V SWITCH SPEAKER
OTP 23 Q1009 IMPEDANCE
+63V USE Ÿ
DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET
HO2 28
RESET Q1010
FR- FR- 3
SWITCH 11 CSD
CSL2 26
Q1008
DIGITAL AUDIO MOSFET
LO2 25 Q1011
32 CLK
-63V

DETECT
SWITCH
Q1025
D1030 13V CN1003
DC FAN
2
FAN DRIVER
DC DETECT BUS BUFFER Q1020
SWITCH IC102 (2/3)
Q1019
3
CN1011
DC FAN
FAN DRIVER
Q1022

AMP
SWITCH FAN PROTECTION
Q1018 (LOCK)
Q1023

FAN RESET FAN PROTECTION


SWITCH (LOCK)
Q1021 Q1024

SHAKEX7

130 129 120 136 78 66


‡6LJQDOSDWK
DIR_INT0/EVOL_DATA

EVOL_CLK/RELAY_CONTROL

/AMP-RESET

AMP-PROTECT
DIR_INT1/AMP-CLK-FR

MD-CLKS
: AUDIO
SYSTEM CONTROL ‡5FKLVRPLWWHGGXHWR
IC101 (3/4)
VDPHDV/FK
FAN_DET 82

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
33 33
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM - PANEL, POWER SUPPLY Section -

VACUUM DIN 40 LCD-SDA / FL-SOUT SPM-C-MON 79


FLUORESCENT CLK 35 LCD-CLK / FL-CLK
DISPLAY STB 134 LCD-INHB(LCD_BCKLED) / FL-LATCH
ND2001 PROTECTION CONTROL
PCONT-DAMP 117
+6V REG. Q576
VIN FL+13V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC1003 IC002
POWER CONTROL
POWER PCONT-BTSTBY 96 PROTECTION
PROTECTION CONTROL
VH CONTROL Q009 +1.2V 3 SW1 VIN1 1
Q575
Q2006 +3.3V
POWER CONTROL
D+3.3V PROTECTION 14 SW2 VIN2 16
SW Q008 PROTECTION CONTROL
Q574

REMOTE CONTROL VOLTAGE


RECEIVER 135 SIRCS RES 76 4 DETECTOR 2
IC010 PROTECTION CONTROL
IC103
Q572
SWITCHING REGULATOR BOARD
EN001 (SHAKEX7)

VOLUME/MULTI REGULATOR, SWITCHING (SSN-152AD) BOARD


83 MASTER-VOLUME PROTECTION CONTROL (SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)
CONTROL C-CONT 27
Q571
POWER CONTROL
+1.2V REG.
+1.2V 1 6 PROTECTION
IC303
Q005
LOW AC DETECT SWITCH
LOW_AC_SUPPLY_DET / LCD_BCKLED 6 LOW_AC
S1003 ~ S1009, Q108
85 AD-KEY1 AC-CUT(MD-BOOT0) 63
S1025, S1026 ~ S1030
POWER CONTROL POWER CONTROL BUS BUFFER AC CUT SWITCH
11 12 AC DET
MTK-POWER-CTRL 13 PROTECTION PROTECTION IC102 (3/3) Q107, Q109
S1001 ~ S1002, Q457 Q006
84 AD-KEY0 MAIN-ON
S1015 ~ S1022,
S1026 +3.3V REG. 3 +VH +VH
+3.3V 5 POWER CONTROL
IC305
1 PROTECTION PROTECTION SWITCH
Q007 Q1012
S1014 45 POWER-KEY
POWER CONTROL +VL
SYSTEM CONTROL +5.2V PROTECTION 14 SW2
IC101 (4/4) Q459 +7V REG.
+7V
IC1006
USB+5V 3 SW1 VIN1 1
VIN2 16
12 EN2

VBUS-OE 52 5 EN1 PROTECTION SWITCH


LED DRIVE Q1013
IC1001 +5.2V REG. -VL
IC009
SIN 2 -7V REG.
SCK 3 -7V
D1001, D1006, OUT0 IC1007
5 - 20

D2210 ~ D2213, I TRANS 4


D001 ~ D007 OUT15 PWMCLK 21 SD-FAST 56
-VH -VH

LED SELECTOR
IC502 PROTECTION PROTECTION PROTECTION
CN502 -12V REG.
SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH -VG
IC1005
2 Q1016 Q1014 Q1015
/OUT5 +3.3V REG.
10 - 12

L 3 I +3.3V 3 4
/OUT7 IC008
4 PROTECTION
LED SWITCH +7V
SPEAKER CN501 Q1013
2 /OUT11 POWER CONTROL
SIN 2 48 RGB-SOUT +3.3V REG. +5V REG. +9V REG.
16 - 18

R 3 I +3.3V 3 4 PROTECTION +13.5V


IC903 IC006 IC004
4 /OUT13 Q004
SCK 3 137 RGB-SCLK
+9V
POWER CONTROL
PROTECTION
Q461
PWMCLK 21 118 RGB-PWM-CLK
PCONT-PSAVE-PROTECT 57
TRANS 4 112 RGB-TRANS-LED-SPK/SD_WP_0 PROTECTION POWER CONTROL
SWITCH PROTECTION
Q1012 Q011 (AC IN)

SPM-AMBIENT-TEMP 80 TH571 +13V

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
34 34
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

• Note for Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams • Waveforms

– MOTHERBOARD Board –
Note on Printed Wiring Board: Note on Schematic Diagram:
• X : parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)
• : parts extracted from the conductor side. 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics 1 IC451 8 (X2)
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. and tantalums.
(The other layer’s patterns are not indicated.) • All resistors are in  and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
specified.
Caution: • 2 : nonflammable resistor.
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from • C : panel designation.
(Conductor Side) the pattern face are indicated.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from 2.7 Vp-p
Note: The components identified by mark 0 or 12.0 MHz
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated.
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
t Indication of transistor
Replace only with part number specified. 100 mV/DIV, 25 ns/DIV

C • A : B+ Line. 2 IC101 ua (XTAL)


• B : B– Line.
Q These are omitted.
• Voltage and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
B E under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
no mark : TUNER
< > : CD PLAY
D * : Impossible to measure
• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ). 3.3 Vp-p
Q These are omitted. 13.33 MHz
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
G S tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. 200 mV/DIV, 25 ns/DIV
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
Q tolerances. 3 IC101 os (AUDIO-X2)
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• Signal path.
B C E F : AUDIO
These are omitted. f : TUNER (FM/AM)
N : MIC
J : CD PLAY
Q
E : USB 12.28 MHz 3.3 Vp-p

B C E • Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model 200 mV/DIV, 25 ns/DIV
These are omitted. AUS : Australian model
• Abbreviation E4 : African model 4 IC101 <zc. (USB-X1)
AR : Argentina model E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E models
AUS : Australian model EA : Saudi Arabia model
E4 : African model LA9 : Latin-American model
E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E models MY : Malaysia model
EA : Saudi Arabia model RU : Russian model
LA9 : Latin-American model TH : Thai model
MY : Malaysia model 48.0 MHz 3.3 Vp-p
RU : Russian model
TH : Thai model 50 mV/DIV, 5 ns/DIV

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
35 35
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MOTHERBOARD Board (Component Side) - • See page 30 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

MOTHERBOARD BOARD
A (COMPONENT SIDE)
J601
ÚSHAKEX1/SHAKEX3
¾SHAKEX7 L R

AUDIO AUDIO
IN 2 IN 2

PARTY AUDIO
CHAIN IN IN 1

PARTY AUDIO J907


ANTENNA CHAIN OUT OUT
VIDEO OUT FOR
FM/AM
SERVICE USE

B CN502
(CHASSIS) (CHASSIS) LED SPEAKER

5 4 JL635 7 6 6 5

C980
Q457, Q604,

JL515
Q611

C1001
CN2001 CN101
3 1 5 1

JL514
4 1

C1002
JL639
C1 B2 E2 Z903
JL638 Z902
C542 JL518

JL103
E1 B1 C2 JL640

C534
JL195
JL516 C535
JL630 R937 R780 JL631 JL522

JL519
R938
L603

JL520
L600 R935
C930

C1003

JL521
JL523
C905
JL217
C933

L604 C931 JL525


R940
X600
C932

C935
6 5 120 C904
C934

R939 21 C906 C928


10
11 1516

R987
C650 R988
C936

C647

C652

R905
IC902
C937
R662
JL905

IC901
R669 R671
C938

R944 R943 R990 C990 C991 R989

R914
R685

JL528
C657 JL904
Z904
JL604 JL606

R912
L605

R381

C358
C357
C941 JL634
R686 R911

JL529
R859

JL111
JL110
JL620
C943

JL637

C532
R913 JL605
IC903 JL619 RB304 RB301
C602
C631

RB306 RB307

C364

R380

R379
JL636

IC304
Z301

C363
Z901 JL339
R857

R369
R368 RB303 RB305 RB302
D RB308

R364
JL290

R366
65 RB309 JL206
2 4 97 96 64
C350

CN303 C626 R363 JL332


1 5 R752 R321 JL906

C076
JL056
R036
R356 JL338 JL333
JL057 JL337JL336 JL351
R753 R350

JL349
C627 R388 JL334
C341

R355 JL355

JL350
CL335
R751

R750 R354 R347


C337 IC301 33 R352 SL402 SL403
R402

JL354
C988
C987

C334
IC601

R371

R351

C411

IC302
C620

CONNECT TO 128 32 C402


R606 1 R415
R349

R342
MS-476 BOARD R418 C413 C403
JL347 SL404 R401

JL346
R694 C621

C661
C637

R372 SL401
R621

R642

R408
JL404
R992 C353 C355 R332
R644 R915 R334 R340
Z601

JL348
C766

CL308
IC305
R335

R327
R649 R916

R693 R658 R337


C356

C412

C401
X301

JL352
JL330

JL353
E C656
R331
R616

C322 C323
JL331
R600

C309
C310

Z452
JL470
R404
JL318

C408
R607 C453
SL301

JL341

R454
R453
JL305

JL326

R615 JL609
C767

JL321
R301
R389

C605 R608 JL464

R409
SL407
SL408
JL611
JL317
C653

JL328
JL329

C451

SL406
C645
C462
Q604

JL401 SL405
C616

C607 C452 R452 R410


R634 JL309 C419

X451

JL403
R677

R611 R646 JL301 2 4 1918 1312

IC451

JL402

JL405
C649

R633 CN303
JL319

JL313
JL311

SERVICE,
C655

R612 JL303 1 5 25 JL406


JL602
C664

JL315 24 OPTICAL DEVICE


JL327

JL601 JL307 1 67 C418


R636
JL454

JL323 JL325 (7G)


Q611

R473 R460
1 23 R613 1 23 JL452 JL451
R472
R470

R647
IC602

CN302 R602 R639 CN302 6 1


JL324

2 24 2 24 D402 CN401
JL457 C459
R982
R476

D401 C405
R610 R635

C406
R458 C456
JL302 JL455
C468
JL310 JL320

C366 JL322 8 7
R480
R785

R500

JL458
R626

JL050
C464

FB453
IC453
JL306

JL314
C618

Z602
JL312
JL308
C614

JL304

JL316

F
FB455

JL461
C457
C467

JL469
JL456

SERVICE, C073 JL055


JL462

C066
JL459
C367
IC603

C613 R471
R790

OPTICAL DEVICE

JL023
JL460
R619 C610

JL295

JL024 JL021
R622
C625

(7G)

Q457
JL463
R654 R638
R652 C634

9 10
R617
C608

C615

R048

R028 JL022
C064 9 10

JL032
R386 Z451 C071
JL296
R967

R030
R640

CN451
R618

C420
R609

1 8
C423

E
CN451
Q007 1 8
C604 C635 E Q459
R215

JL189

C633 R655
R218

R614 R034

Q005
C603
R656

R039

C065
R219
JL182

R295

Q006

C067
R040
E
R620

R254
R257
R261

C619 R579
JL282

C632
R232
IC604

R037
JL294 R274

E
R643

JL190
R629

R580
R265

¾ R522
R230

C630 C624
R229
R224

R197 JL059
JL187

JL222
JL185

R239

R168 Ú
JL183

C622
R221C139

JC002
JL193

JL161 JL281 JL603


R582

R538
R270
R193
C617

L009
JL163

R201
R164
R181

C609
R273

R226

JL212

R630 R163 JC001


JL001
R271
R272

C017
JL209

R948 JL179
JL211
JL285 JL293

JL612 JL292 JL298 JL278

>004P
R711
R716

R631
JL162

JL632 R293 C080 L003


G R820 R255 Z101
R059 C003

JL618 R632 44 1 R110 R002


JL288
C013
JL616

R292
R576

JL210 45 R111
R170 JL297 R291
R172
C005

176
IC101 C019
R173
R151
JL164

STR BOARD
4 1 4 1
CN601 CN601 R133
IC009
JL269
C1000

C691

JL299

Z603
C030

JL268

CN1222
R137 R132

R125
C052
C049

6 5 6 5 R266
R123 R102
C040
C279

C035
C695

C679
JL615

R590
C278

X101

(Page 50)
R285 R031
JL300 L008
R718

R103
R185

JL613
JC004
JL614

C678 JL149 R120


JC003
C126

R023
C672

C079
C298
C297

C109 R116
C106 L006
R188
C102

C081 R024
R186

X102
>001P
R127

C127
R176

JL160 C151 JL003


R269 R275
C986

JL159

X104

JL150
JL158

E C083

R063
C084

JL244
R733

JL049

R153
JL255

C152

MIC BOARD
R154 133 E
132 R276 JL044
R155
R209

R115

FB117
H 88
R117

R156 JL165 89 Q009


R061
C998

Q008
JL214

NO2208
C995

JL276
R062
R978

R278R279
JL213

R177 JL256
R178 E JL168 R200 JL207 JL272 JL041
JL273

R179 E R196 R280

(Page 54)
Q107 JL167 R174 L007
JL116

R180 Q108
JL283
R160

C034
JC007

JC008
Z102

R189
C077

R104 JL208
R126

R171

R238
R233

C696
JL275
R236
C994

JL274

JL280
R241
JL271

X103
C053

R527
C050

R043
C699

JL227
C032

R128
C110

C039

C149 R041
JL131

JL068 C132
JL132
IC002
JL228

A K JL178 JL224 JL289


D102 R203
R574 JL191 JL134

JL270
C104

R122

C107 C130
JL225
Q109
E

IC103
JL148

JL169

JL197
C014
JL186
R220 JL166

C021
R214 JL184

JL004

JC006 C006
JC005 C004
R100 JL188

JL199 C150
C103
C105
JL067

R212

JL202 R217
JL172

JL135

JL201 R087
JL174

JL048 R003
JL176

L004

R006
JL151
JL173

JL175
C726 JL171
C078

C101 L002
C100

JL194

C018

Z001
JL240

JL204
JL170

C167
JL203

C577
C088
1

I
IC008
2

R207 JL040
JL239

R794

JL008
C072 JL005
JL215
JL007

JL198
JL259 JL241

JL152
JL617 JL106
JL205
C284

JL216 JL153
JL200

JL235

JL114 JL105 JL196 C093


JL045
JL026

>002P
TH571
C057

JL107
CN116

C024

JL113 JL115 JL046 6 2


JL248

JL006 R489
JL155

CN102 CN105
JL140

JL047 5 1
JL247

10 2
JL108

R578

4CH DAMP BOARD


JL139

JL136

JL251 JL137 C010 C092 R086


9 1 JL141 JL133
C011
JL242

JL249 JL154 C091

CN1009
JL231
20

JL145
21

10 11
JL112

JL264 JL252 21 1 JL129


JL104

JL109 JL146 JL054


JL143

(Page 46)
CN109
JL287

JL053 20 2 CN001
J JL265 1 9
JL284

JL130
JL291

JL144
JL230
JL147

JL142
JL232

JL138
JL286

11
1-894-133- (11)
BLUETOOTH NFC CONNECT TO
SWITCHING REGULATOR
BOARD
(SHAKEX7) ~ AC IN
REGULATOR, SWITCHING

K >003P (SSN-152AD) BOARD


(SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3)

STR BOARD
CN2103
(Page 50) Note 1: IC002, IC101, IC301 and IC302 on the MOTHERBOARD
board cannot exchange with single. When these parts on
the MOTHERBOARD board are damaged, exchange the Note 2: When the MS-476 board is defective, exchange the
entire mounted board. entire LOADING ASSY (T).

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
36 36
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-6. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MOTHERBOARD Board (Conductor Side) - • See page 30 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

MOTHERBOARD BOARD
A
(CONDUCTOR SIDE)

CN501
B LED SPEAKER

6 5
Q602, Q603,
Q605, Q607
JL907 D601
C1 B2E2 4 1 Z502 D602
K A
A/K K A
A/K
R524

E1 B1C2 C524 C525


R543 C523 R517
R520

D600
K
A/K
R534

A
24 13
25 IC502
C
C511

1 12
R541
Z501
R262

C643
R663

C641
R569

R561
R542

R505
R562
54 28

C658
C638
C660 C665

C352
R370

R689

C917 R651
IC306

Q605
FB320 CL338
CL337

C362
FL301
1 27 R692

R700
CL336

Q607
Z611
D FB321 R377 CL330

C360
C365
R376

C345
R319 C348
R382
C359

Q603
R650 C629
C354

Q602
C344 R367

R628
R374
CL329 CL321 C628
CL332 R360

CL316
R359 R361
JL335

R373 C349
CL319

R627
C342 C343 C966

R756
CL315 R365

C330 C340
CL320
R343 R346

CL314 CL331
R330 CL318

R624
C369 R362 R653
C338 R390

C325
R348 R641

R625
C331
R357
C407

R345
CL401

C651
C315
R303R302

C372 R358
CL309
CL403

R411 R993
28

R328
IC401

CL311 R659
CL412

CL402 R696
1

C339
R344

C328
C326

R378
C324

CL404 CL408 R666 R684


CL322

R326
R665
IC303

C319
R387
L301

CL409 C373 CL317 C316 CL307 R994

R322
CL313

IC605
C321

CL312
R496
22

C409
7

C336 R991
R339

C347
C346

CL310
R682
R329
C404 CL405

CL334
CL333

C606
R681

C640
R406 R463 R698
29

30

R407 CL407 R697

C648
E
CL410

CL411

C612

C601
21
8

R661

C644
R674
CL406

C642

C646
C311
C454

R455

IC606
R451 R559 R688
15
14

R456 R645
R317

R465 R316 R603


C455

C460 C465 R691 R604


R457 C463 C307 C308
R462

R690 R648
R312
R577 R313

R310

C302 R605
R318

R687
R464
R478

R494

C303

R493
Z610

R963
C074
C075

IC452
R051
R052

R583

R498

R964
C421
C461

C424

Q401
Q402

C989
C466

R424 R965
R584

IC913
R429
R497

R054
R585
R586

CL415
E

R433
F
E

R966
CL414
R432

R422
R421
R431

R053 CL413
R423
R430

R426
R428
R427

R425

R791

R211

R213
R237 R112 R210
R587 R294
R267 R263 R286
C148 R259 R119

R287
C299

R251

C662
R256
R284

R283
R216

FB115 R205
C143
C142
C141
C140

R242 Z104
R183
C168 R234
IC106 C153

R588
G C146 C111 R222
R300
C133
C135
C137

IC102
R129

R131
IC609

R107
R589

C673
R143
R139

C669 R709
R289 C112
C674
C113

R134
R135

C164 R290 C114 Z103 C667


R140

C666
C115

R020 R288 R720 C670


C154 C157 C281 C120 R708
C118 C117 R723
C155 R175 C280 C121 Z914
C156 C158 C123 C122 R719
C159 C116 FB101 R722
R192
R167
R182
R195
R253

C160
C144

R149
R223
R225

C282
R250

C138 C136

R761 R762
R760

R817
C131
R277

C134
R298

C147 C128
C689
R830
R747
R282

R190
R206

R194
H C277
R297 R245
C129 R146
R145
C694

R243 C922 R829


R144
IC914
R166

R106

R114 C165 R227 R157


Q606
R204
R202

R159

R763

R228 R998
R158
C161

R191

R826
R246
R244
C162
R105
R252
R248

C166 R161
IC105

C997 C996
C692

C706

R997
R827
R113

Q572
R491

E
C574
D571

R483
R485

C036
A

A
D572

E E
E

Q575 Q576
K

K
C573

R487
Q571 E

Q574

R479
R035
R033

R571
I Q461
C087

Q012 Z915
E
E
C068

R029
R066
R065 E IC004 IC006
C085

C062
R064

Q004
C051
E
Q011

Q103
Q104
E
E

R792
R109 R108
R080

R249
J
11
1-894-133- (11)

Note: IC105, IC106 and IC303 on the MOTHERBOARD board


cannot exchange with single. When these parts on the
MOTHERBOARD board are damaged, exchange the en-
tire mounted board.

HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
37 37
HCD-SHAKEX1/SHAKEX3/SHAKEX7
Ver. 1.1

6-7. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MOTHERBOARD Board (1/8) - • See page 57 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
AUDIO IN 2 >003S
MOTHERBOARD BOARD (1/8)
L R MOTHERBOARD BOARD (7/8)
A (Page 44)
R756 WHT RED
3.1
R624 6.8k J907
0
2.2k WHT RED 1P

VIDEO-MUTE
0.7 0
PARTY CHAIN IN L R AUDIO IN 1 VIDEO OUT
C B E
Q602
3.3 R625 IMX25T110 WHT RED
2.2k PARTY CHAIN OUT L R AUDIO OUT
MUTE
Q606
E B C PROTECT
LTA014EUBFS8TL
MUTE SW 0 0.7 JL635 J601 32 1
C1002 0.1u L L R R 6P JL907
C1003
IC901

JL906
IC901
B

JL631
C980 220p 0.001u VIDEO MUTE CONTROL
JL904
R627 4.7k C1001 0.001u
NJM41031F1(TE2)
>004S

JL619

JL634
JL604
5
1 POWER

JL620
JL605
JL606
R628 4.7k R987 R988 V+ 6 DVDD5V
C620
27k 27k R935 3.3 SAVE C904
0.1u
C905
100u 10V
MOTHERBOARD
R750 R752 C626 75 C928
47u 100 100 10u LINEOUT LEFT
1000u
6.3V 1.2
2 VOUT GND 5
JL905
DGND
BOARD
2.1
R606 C606
0.1u
LINEOUT RIGHT R989 R990
120k 120k 1.2
3 VSAG VIN 4
R905
CVBUS (3/8)
0 C906
C621
47u
R751
100
R753
100
C627 R913
68k
C657
4.7u
1u 0 (Page 40)
R621 10u GUEST L C652 C990 C991
R915 0 4.7u 22p 22p
C 4.7k
1 OUT VCC 8
9
GUEST R
/LINE-MUTE
R642 R916 R914
4.5
4.7k 68k LINK-SET
27K 4.5 R911 R912
C601 2 - OUT 7 470k 470k Q607
4.5 R649 R653 C647 C650 Q605 R685
4.7u C628 XP4501 RN4902(T5RSONY,D,F)
4.5 27k 6.8k 4.7u 4.7u 120k ANALOG SELECTOR
3 + - 6 2.2u ANALOG SELECTOR 1.6
4.5 R650
>005S

C
LINK-DET

E
4.5
22k R662 R671 R700 22k

C
4 GND + 5 C665 R651 4.5
R644 56k 56k 2.2u 150k 2.5 C629 10u 4.5 4.5

B
C612 R641
MOTHERBOARD

B
68k

B
4.7u R689

B
C660

C
R607 470k R615 470k 15k Q603 R686 2.5 R692

TV RIGHT
4.5 5

TV LEFT
R663 R669
C766 RN4902(T5RSONY,D,F)
5 0 120k 4.5 150k 2.2u 22k
BOARD

C
D C631 680k 680k

C
4.7u R608 4.7k R616 4.7k

E
B

E
R600 LINK SET
4.7u
(7/8)

B
68k 5 0
C607 0.1u IC601
BA4558F C641 C643
10p R
L 10p (Page 44)

E
5 C917 10u
C605 47u 6.3V IC601 C767
4.7u
OP AMP LINK-OUT-B
LINK-OUT-A

JL613 >006S
4 A+9V
JL632

JL603
Q611 R711 JL614
E IC602
RN1902 B
EE
B 1k
R716
1k JL615
3 MIC GND MIC BOARD
ANALOG
SN74LV4052APWR SELECTOR 0
C C
0
JL616
2 MIC SIGNAL
NO2208
1 MIC DET
5 C662
(Page 55)

4.7u
4.7u
4.7u

4.7u
4.7u

4.7u
R982 0 4.7u CN601
8 GND B 9 4P
5 R639 47k

C638
C637
C988

C987
C658

C661
7 GND A 10
C602
4.7u 2.5 JL602
R992 120k R991 120k R681 1M R693 1M >007S
6 INH X3 11
IC602 2.5 2.5
R658 1M R665 1M R682 47k R694 47k TUNER-R
MOTHERBOARD BOARD
F SIGNAL
SELECTOR JL601 2.5
5 Y1 X0 12
2.5
R659 47k R666 47k R993 120k R994 120k TUNER-L
(2/8)
R684 47k R696 47k
4 Y3 X 13
2.5 2.5 (Page 39)
3 Y X1 14 C651
1 Y0 VCC 16 0.1u
2.5 2.5 2.5 5
2 Y2 X2 15
2 Y2 X2 15 C666 R708
2.5 5 C616 2.4 2.4 4.7u R719
1 Y0 VCC 16 R 47 R718
0.1u 3 Y X1 14 10 A+9V
0

JL612
2.5 2.4
R602 47k R610 47k R633 47k R645 47k R722
L 10
G R603 47k R611 47k R634 1M R646 1M 2.4
4 Y3 X 13
2.5 C667 R709
47
2.5 2.5 0.5 1.7 1
4.7u 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
R604 47k R612 47k R635 47k R647 47k 5 Y1 X0 12
2.5 2.4

VINL

FMT

DOUT
VINR

MD1

MD0

BCK
R605 1M R613 1M R636 47k R648 47k
6 INH X3 11
2.4
R698 47k
IC609 IC609
7 GND A 10 PCM1808PWR STEREO A/D

DGND
AGND
VREF

LRCK
0.001u
0.001u

SCKI
VCC

VDD
5 CONVERTER
R697 47k
C613 0.1u C618
10u 16V
8 GND B 9
0 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 >008S
C614 CC
3.3 JL611
B B 2.5 5 3.3 1.7 1.7
MOTHERBOARD

C669
C670
47u 6.3V C625 IC605
C610
H 4.7u
R626 4.7u SN74LV4052APWR 3.3

JL609
4.7k EE
BOARD

10u 16V
R622 4.7k
IC605 C674 C678

10

10
C615 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u

0.1u
Q604
SIGNAL SELECTOR
RN1902 (2/8)

R720

R723
C986 C679
1 OUT VCC 8 R640 C656
ANALOG
SELECTOR 10u 10u (Page 39)

C673
C635

C672
R609 R617 4.5 R655 0.22u 16V 2
9 4.7k 47p 10k
4.7k 1.5k
2 - OUT 7 C1000
4.5 4.5 R638 10u
1.5k C633 C634 16V
3 + - 6 C648 3
4.5 4.5 680p 820p
C603 C608 R618 4.7u
I 680p 820p 2.7k 4 GND + 5
4.5 R652 R654 5
4

R619 IC603 IC603 2.7k 2.7k R656


3.3k 6
>001S C604 47p
2.7k BA4558F OP AMP C966 0.22u
7
R614 10k R620 3.3k
MOTHERBOARD C640
4.7u
R674
100
ANALOG-ASEL
>009S
ARAGON-MCK ANALOG-BSEL
BOARD MIC-DET MOTHERBOARD BOARD
(2/8) DIN1
9 AGND VOUTR 8 R661 R677 R687 C664
R785 0 (8/8)
J (Page 39) 0
100 0 22 0.22u
ARAGON-BCK3
R790 0