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PSG1502007CE

PSG1502007CE
PSG1502007CE CD Stereo System Model No. SA-AKX200PN SA-AKX200PS SA-AKX400PN SA-AKX400PS Product Color: (K) Black Type

CD Stereo System

Model No. SA-AKX200PN

SA-AKX200PS

SA-AKX400PN

SA-AKX400PS

Product Color: (K)

Black Type

Please refer to the original service manual for:

CD Mechanism Unit (BRS12C) , Order No. PSG1303059AE Speaker system SB-AKX200PNK, Order No. PSG1502001CE Speaker system SB-AKX400PNK, Order No. PSG1502002CE

Speaker system SB-AKX400PNK, Order No. PSG1502002CE TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 1 Safety Precautions
Speaker system SB-AKX400PNK, Order No. PSG1502002CE TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 1 Safety Precautions

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1 Safety Precautions----------------------------------------------- 3

1.1. General Guidelines---------------------------------------- 3

1.2. Before Repair and Adjustment ------------------------- 4

1.3. Protection Circuitry---------------------------------------- 4

1.4. Power Supply using SMPS Module------------------- 4

1.5. Safety Parts Information --------------------------------- 7

2 Warning -------------------------------------------------------------- 8

2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices---------- 8

2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode------------------------------- 8

2.3. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)---------------------------------------------------------- 9

2.4. Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit-------------- 9

2.4. Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit-------------- 9 PAGE 2.5. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown

PAGE

2.5. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention-------------------------------------------------- 10

3 Service Navigation --------------------------------------------- 11

3.1. Service Information-------------------------------------- 11

4 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------- 12

5 Location of Controls and Components------------------ 13

5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation ------------- 13

5.2. Main Unit Key Button Operation---------------------- 14

6 Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------- 16

6.1. Cold-Start -------------------------------------------------- 16

6.2. Sales Demonstration Lock Function ---------------- 16

6.3. Doctor Mode Table--------------------------------------- 17

6.4. Self-Diagnostic Mode ----------------------------------- 19

© Panasonic Corporation 2015. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

6.5.

Self-Diagnostic Error Code Table -------------------- 19

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Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 21

7.1.

No Power or No Display-------------------------------- 21

7.2.

Bluetooth® Pairing Failure----------------------------- 21

7.3.

No Key Function------------------------------------------ 21

7.4.

No Remote Control Function-------------------------- 21

7.5.

USB

Device Cannot Detect---------------------------- 22

7.6.

No Output Sound----------------------------------------- 22

7.7.

Check Point------------------------------------------------ 23

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Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 24

8.1.

Types of Screws------------------------------------------ 24

8.2.

Disassembly Flow Chart-------------------------------- 25

8.3.

Main

Components and P.C.B. Locations----------- 25

8.4.

Disassembly of Top Cabinet--------------------------- 26

8.5.

Disassembly of Front Panel Unit --------------------- 26

8.6.

Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.-------------------------- 27

8.7.

Disassembly of USB P.C.B. --------------------------- 28

8.8.

Disassembly of Music Port P.C.B. (For AKX400)---------------------------------------------------- 28

8.9.

Disassembly of Rear Panel---------------------------- 28

8.10.

Disassembly of Main P.C.B. --------------------------- 29

8.11.

Disassembly of SMPS Module ----------------------- 30

8.12.

Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit ---------------- 30

8.13.

Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B.----------------- 32

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Service Position ------------------------------------------------- 33

9.1. Checking of Panel P.C.B. and Main P.C.B. -------- 33

9.2. Checking of SMPS Module --------------------------- 33

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Block Diagram --------------------------------------------------- 35

10.1. System Control ------------------------------------------- 35

10.2. Audio -------------------------------------------------------- 37

10.3. Power Supply --------------------------------------------- 38

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Wiring Connection Diagram --------------------------------- 40

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Schematic Diagram--------------------------------------------- 41

12.1.

Schematic Diagram Notes ----------------------------- 41

12.2.

Main

(Micon) Circuit (1/3) ------------------------------ 43

12.3.

Main

(Micon) Circuit (2/3) ------------------------------ 44

12.4.

Main

(Micon) Circuit (3/3) ------------------------------ 45

12.5.

Main

(USB) Circuit --------------------------------------- 46

12.6.

Main

(Tuner AUX) Circuit ------------------------------ 47

12.7.

Main

(DSP Bluetooth) Circuit ------------------------- 48

12.8.

Main

(Damp) Circuit ------------------------------------- 49

12.9.

Main

(Voltage Regulator) Circuit --------------------- 50

12.10.

Panel Circuit (For SA-AKX200PN/PS)-------------- 51

12.11.

Panel Circuit (For SA-AKX400PN/PS)-------------- 52

12.12.

USB, CD Interface and Music Port Circuit --------- 53

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Printed Circuit Board ------------------------------------------ 54

13.1.

Main

P.C.B. ------------------------------------------------ 54

13.2.

Panel, USB P.C.B. (For AKX200PN/PS) and

 

CD

Interface P.C.B. (For AKX200PN/PS,

AKX400PN/PS)------------------------------------------- 55

 

13.3.

Panel, USB and Music Port P.C.B. (For AKX400PN/PS)------------------------------------------- 56

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Voltage and Waveform Measurement -------------------- 57

14.1.

Voltage Measurement----------------------------------- 57

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Exploded View and Replacement Parts List ----------- 61

15.1. Cabinet Parts Location 1 ------------------------------- 61

15.2. Cabinet Parts Location 2 ------------------------------- 62

15.3. Packaging (For SC-AKX200PN/PS) ---------------- 63

15.4. Packaging (For SC-AKX400PN/PS) ---------------- 64

15.5. Mechanical Replacement Part List ------------------ 65

15.6. Electrical Replacement Parts List-------------------- 67

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Safety Precautions

1.1. General Guidelines

1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are marked by in the Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Layout, Exploded Views and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent X-RADIATION, shock, fire, or other hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

2. An Isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of AC Adaptor whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect AC Adaptor from being damaged by accidental shorting that may occur during servicing.

3. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit.

4. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly installed.

5. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards. 1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check 1.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check

1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.

2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 1MΩ and 5.2MΩ. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be

not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be 1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot

1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check

1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.

2. Connect a 1.5kΩ, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15μF capacitors, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1-1.

3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.

4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point.

5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.

6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a measurement is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.

of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned

Figure 1-1

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1.2.

Before Repair and Adjustment

Disconnect AC power to discharge AC capacitor (in SMPS Module) as indicate below diagram through a 10 Ω, 10 W resistor to ground.

below diagram through a 10 Ω , 10 W resistor to ground. Figure 1-2 Caution: DO

Figure 1-2

Caution:

DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT DIRECTLY (with a screwdriver blade, for instance), as this may destroy solid state devices. After repairs are completed, restore power gradually using a variac to avoid overcurrent. Current consumption at AC 120 V, 60 Hz in Power ON, FM Tuner at volume minimal mode should be ~ 350 mA (AKX200PN). Current consumption at AC 220~240 V, 50/60 Hz in Power ON, FM Tuner at volume minimal mode should be ~ 350 mA

(AKX200PS).

Current consumption at AC 120 V, 60 Hz in Power ON, FM Tuner at volume minimal mode should be ~ 310 mA (AKX400PN). Current consumption at AC 220~240 V, 50/60 Hz in Power ON, FM Tuner at volume minimal mode should be ~ 310 mA

(AKX400PS).

1.3. Protection Circuitry

The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed:

• No sound is heard when the power is turned on.

• Sound stops during a performance.

The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if, for example, the positive and negative speaker connection wires are “shorted”, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used. If this occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:

1. Turn off the power.

2. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.

3. Turn on the power once again after one minute.

Note:

When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again.

1.4. Power Supply using SMPS Module

This model uses Switching Mode Power Supply (SMPS Module) to provide the power supply to the unit. Here is the supplied part no. for the SMPS Module 1) N0AB1GK00001 (For SA-AKX200PNK) 3) N0AD1GK00003 (For SA-AKX200PSK) 2) N0AB1GL00001 (For SA-AKX400PNK) 4) N0AD1GL00001 (For SA-AKX400PSK)

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1.4.1.

How to Identify SMPS

1.4.1. How to Identify SMPS 1.4.2. For SA-AKX200PN Figure 1-3 1.4.3. For SA-AKX200PS Figure 1-4 Figure

1.4.2. For SA-AKX200PN

Figure 1-3

1.4.1. How to Identify SMPS 1.4.2. For SA-AKX200PN Figure 1-3 1.4.3. For SA-AKX200PS Figure 1-4 Figure

1.4.3. For SA-AKX200PS

Figure 1-4

1.4.1. How to Identify SMPS 1.4.2. For SA-AKX200PN Figure 1-3 1.4.3. For SA-AKX200PS Figure 1-4 Figure

Figure 1-5

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1.4.4.

For SA-AKX400PN

1.4.4. For SA-AKX400PN 1.4.5. For SA-AKX400PS Figure 1-6 Figure 1-7 6

1.4.5. For SA-AKX400PS

Figure 1-6

1.4.4. For SA-AKX400PN 1.4.5. For SA-AKX400PS Figure 1-6 Figure 1-7 6

Figure 1-7

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1.5.

Safety Parts Information

Safety Parts List:

There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety.

These parts are marked by

critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the

in the Schematic Diagrams, Exploded View & Replacement Parts List. It is essential that theseto prevent shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of

original design without permission of manufacturer.

Safety

Ref No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description

Remarks

 

12

RGR0473A-A  12 REAR PANEL AKX200PN

REAR PANEL

AKX200PN

 

12

RGR0473A-B  12 REAR PANEL AKX200PS

REAR PANEL

AKX200PS

 

12

RGR0473A-F  12 REAR PANEL AKX400PN

REAR PANEL

AKX400PN

 

12

RGR0473A-G  12 REAR PANEL AKX400PS

REAR PANEL

AKX400PS

 

20

RKM0764-K  20 TOP CABINET  

TOP CABINET

 
 

301

RAE1047Z-V  301 TRAVERSE ASS'Y  

TRAVERSE ASS'Y

 

PCB6  N0AB1GK00001 SMPS MODULE AKX200PN

 

N0AB1GK00001

SMPS MODULE

AKX200PN

PCB6  N0AB1GL00001 SMPS MODULE AKX400PN

 

N0AB1GL00001

SMPS MODULE

AKX400PN

PCB6  N0AD1GK00003 SMPS MODULE AKX200PS

 

N0AD1GK00003

SMPS MODULE

AKX200PS

PCB6  N0AD1GL00001 SMPS MODULE AKX400PS

 

N0AD1GL00001

SMPS MODULE

AKX400PS

A2  K2CB2CB00022 AC CORD PN

 

K2CB2CB00022

AC CORD

PN

A2  K2CQ2YY00119 AC CORD PS

 

K2CQ2YY00119

AC CORD

PS

A3  RQT9969-M O/I BOOK (Sp/En) AKX200

 

RQT9969-M

O/I BOOK (Sp/En)

AKX200

A3  RQT9970-M O/I BOOK (Sp) AKX400

 

RQT9970-M

O/I BOOK (Sp)

AKX400

A3  RQT9974-B O/I BOOK (En) AKX400

 

RQT9974-B

O/I BOOK (En)

AKX400

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Warning

2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensi- tive (ES) Devices

Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec- trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.

are called Elec- trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. The following techniques should be used to help reduce

The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.

2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi- num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.

3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.

4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)” can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.

5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara- ble conductive material).

7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. CAUTION:

Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.

8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) suf- ficient to damage an ES device).

electricity (ESD) suf- ficient to damage an ES device). 2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode Caution: This

2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode

to damage an ES device). 2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode Caution: This product utilizes a laser

Caution:

This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned “on”, invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pickup lens. Wavelength: 790 nm (CD) Maximum output radiation power from pickup: 100 μW/VDE Laser radiation from the pickup unit is safety level, but be sure the followings:

1. Do not disassemble the pickup unit, since radiation from exposed laser diode is dangerous.

2. Do not adjust the variable resistor on the pickup unit. It was already adjusted.

3. Do not look at the focus lens using optical instruments.

4. Recommend not to look at pickup lens for a long time.

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Figure 2-1 2.3. General description abou t Lead Free Solder (PbF) The lead free solder

Figure 2-1

2.3. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)

The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.

The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin (Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30 degrees C (86°F) more than that of the normal solder.

Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used

The letter of “PbF” is printed either foil side or components side on the PCB using the lead free solder.

(See right figure)

on the PCB using the lead free solder. (See right figure) Service caution for repair work

Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF)

• The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used. (Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the PCB using the lead free solder.)

• To put lead free solder, it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder.

• Remove the remaining lead free solder on the PCB cleanly for soldering of the new IC.

• Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder, it takes the longer time to melt the lead free solder.

• Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30 degrees C (662±86°F). Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.)

• The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route. RFKZ03D01K-----------(0.3mm 100g Reel) RFKZ06D01K-----------(0.6mm 100g Reel) RFKZ10D01K-----------(1.0mm 100g Reel)

Note * Ingredient: tin (Sn), 96.5%, silver (Ag) 3.0%, Copper (Cu) 0.5%, Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0.1 to 0.3%

2.4. Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit

The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may break down due to static electricity of clothes or human body. Special care must be taken avoid caution to electrostatic breakdown when servicing and handling the laser diode in the traverse unit.

2.4.1. Cautions to Be Taken in Handling the Optical Pickup Unit

The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may be damaged due to electrostatic discharge generating from clothes or human body. Special care must be taken avoid caution to electrostatic discharge damage when servicing the laser diode.

1. Do not give a considerable shock to the optical pickup unit as it has an extremely high-precise structure.

2. To prevent the laser diode from the electrostatic discharge da mage, the flexible cable of the optical pickup unit removed should be short-circuited with a short pin or a clip.

3. The flexible cable may be cut off if an excessive force is applied to it. Use caution when handling the flexible cable.

4. The antistatic FFC is connected to the new optical pickup unit. After replacing the optical pickup unit and connecting the flexi-

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ble cable, cut off the antistatic FFC.

ble cable, cut off the antistatic FFC. Figure 2-2 2.5. Grounding for electros tatic breakdown prevention

Figure 2-2

2.5. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention

• As for parts that use optical pick-up (laser diode), the optical pick-up is destroyed by the static electricity of the working environ- ment. Repair in the working environment that is grounded.

2.5.1. Worktable grounding

• Put a conductive material (sheet) or iron sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed and ground the sheet.

2.5.2. Human body grounding

• Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity form your body (Figure 2-3).

• Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity form your body (Figure 2-3).

Figure 2-3

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Service Navigation

3.1. Service Information

This service manual contains technical information which will allow service personnel’s to understand and service this model. Please place orders using the parts list and not the drawing reference numbers. If the circuit is changed or modified, this information will be followed by supplement service manual to be filed with original service manual.

3.1.1. Software Update Procedure

be followed by supplement service manual to be filed with original service manual. 3.1.1. Software Update

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Specifications

Amplifier section RMS output power stereo mode Front Ch (both ch driven)

Total RMS stereo mode power

Tuner, terminals section Preset memory

Frequency modulation (FM) Frequency range

Antenna terminals

200 W per channel (4 Ω),

1 kHz, 30% THD (for AKX200) 300 W per channel (3 Ω),

1 kHz, 30% THD (for AKX400) 400 W (for AKX200) 600 W (for AKX400)

FM 30 stations AM 15 stations

87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step) (for PN) 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step) (for PN) 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz (50 kHz step) (for PS) 75 Ω (unbalanced)

Version

Bluetooth ® Ver.2.1 + EDR

Class

Class 2

Supported profiles

A2DP, AVRCP, SPP (for AKX200) A2DP, AVRCP, SPP, OPP, FTP (for AKX400)

Operating frequency

2.4 GHz band, FH-SS

Operating distance

10 m line of sight

General

Power supply

AC 120 V, 60 Hz (for PN) AC 220 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz (for PS)

Power consumption

53 W (for AKX200PN)

60

W (for AKX200PS)

71

W (for AKX400PN)

86

W (for AKX400PS)

 

Dimensions (W x H x D)

348 mm x 193 mm x 251 mm

Amplitude modulation (AM) Frequency range

520 kHz to 1710 kHz (10 kHz step) (for PN)

Mass

2.5 kg

522

kHz to 1629 kHz

Operating temperature range

0 °C to +40 °C

AUX 1

Audio input

AUX 2 (for AKX400) Sensitivity

Disc section Discs played (8 cm or 12 cm) * MPEG-1 Layer 3

Pick up

(9 kHz step) (for PS)

520 kHz to 1630 kHz

(10 kHz step) (for PS)

Pin jack (1 system)

100 mV, 4.7 k Ω

CD, CD-R/RW (CD-DA, MP3*)

Wavelength

790 nm (CD)

USB section USB Port USB standard Media file format support USB device file system

USB 2.0 full speed MP3 (*.mp3) FAT12, FAT16, FAT32

USB recording Bit rate USB recording speed Recording file format

128 kbps 1x, 3x (CD only) MP3 (*.mp3)

Internal memory section (for AKX400) Memory Memory size

2 GB

Media file format support

MP3 (*.mp3)

Memory recording Bit rate Memory recording speed Recording file format

128 kbps 1x, 3x (CD only) MP3 (*. Mp3)

Bluetooth ® section

Operating humidity range

35% to 80% RH (no condensation)

Power Consumption in standby mode (approximate)

0.3

W (for PN)

0.5

W (for PS)

Power Consumption in standby mode (approximate) (With "BLUETOOTH STANDBY" set to "ON")

0.4

W (for PN)

0.6

W (for PS)

Note:

1.

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimension are appropriate

2.

Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.

System: SC-AKX200PNK

System: SC-AKX200PSK

System: SC-AKX400PNK

System: SC-AKX400PSK

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Main Unit: SA-AKX200PNK Speakers: SB-AKX200PNK

Main Unit: SA-AKX200PSK Speakers: SB-AKX200PNK

Main Unit: SA-AKX400PNK Speakers: SB-AKX400PNK

Main Unit: SA-AKX400PSK Speakers: SB-AKX400PNK

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Location of Controls and Components

5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation

5.1.1. For SA-AKX200

Location of Controls and Components 5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation 5.1.1. For SA-AKX200 5.1.2. For

5.1.2. For SA-AKX400

Location of Controls and Components 5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation 5.1.1. For SA-AKX200 5.1.2. For

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5.2.

Main Unit Key Button Operation

5.2.1. For SA-AKX200

5.2. Main Unit Key Button Operation 5.2.1. For SA-AKX200 14

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5.2.2.

For SA-AKX400

5.2.2. For SA-AKX400 15

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Service Mode

6.1. Cold-Start

 

Item

FL Display

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

Front Key

Cold Start

To carry out cold-start or initialize to shipping mode

 

1. Unplug AC power cord.

2. Press & hold [POWER] button.

 

3. Plug in AC power cord while [POWER] button being pressed.

4. Release [POWER] button.

6.2. Sales Demonstration Lock Function

 

Item

FL Display

 

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

 

Front Key

Entering into

To enter into the sales demonstration lock mode.

Entering into To enter into the sales demonstration lock mode. 1. Turn on the unit.

1. Turn on the unit.

Sales

2. Select to any mode function.

Demonstration

 

Lock Mode

 

(For AKX200)

3.

Press and hold [;OPEN/CLOSE] and

[USB/CD] keys for 5 sec or more. (For AKX400)

3.

Press and hold [;OPEN/CLOSE] and

[CD/RADIO/AUX] keys for

5

sec or more.

The display will show upon

entering into this mode for

2

sec.

Note: [;OPEN/CLOSE] button is invalid and the main unit displays "LOCKED" while the lock function mode is entered.

Cancellation of

To cancel the sales demonstration lock mode.

Cancellation of To cancel the sales demonstration lock mode. 1. Turn on the unit.

1. Turn on the unit.

Sales

2. Select to CD mode function.

Demonstration

 

3. Set volume to Vol 19.

Lock Mode

 

(For AKX200)

4.

Press and hold

[;OPEN/CLOSE] and [USB/CD] keys for 5 sec or more. (For AKX400)

4.

Press and hold [;OPEN/CLOSE] and

[CD/RADIO/AUX] keys for

5

sec or more.

The display will show upon entering into this mode for

2

sec.

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6.3.

Doctor Mode Table

6.3.1. Doctor Mode Table 1

 

Item

 

FL Display

   

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

 

Front Key

 

Doctor Mode

To enter into Doctor Mode

 

In CD Mode:

 

1. Press [

1. Press [ ] button on

] button on

 

main unit follow by [4] and [7] on remote control.

     
2. To exit, press [DELETE]

2. To exit, press [DELETE]

   

button on remote control or,

press [POWER, on Main Unit

press [POWER, on Main Unit /I] button

/I] button

EEPROM

Displaying of

(Display 1) (For AKX200)

 

In CD mode:

 

checksum

1. Year Develop.

1.

Enter into Doctor Mode

check

2. Model Type.

 
check 2. Model Type.      
   

3. ROM Type.

4. Firmware Version.

1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4

(Decimal)

(Display 1) (For AKX400)

 
   
 
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4

(Decimal)

Version No. (001 ~ 999) firmware

Version No. (001 ~ 999) firmware

specific for each

Cold Start

To active cold start upon next AC

 

In Doctor Mode:

 

1.

Press [4] button on the

power up when reset start is execute the next time.

 
power up when reset start is execute the next time.     remote control.
 

remote control.

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6.3.2.

Doctor Mode Table 2

Mode Name Volume Setting Check FL Display Check Traverse Test Reliability Test (Combination) Loading Test

Mode Name

Volume Setting

Check

FL Display Check

Traverse Test

Reliability Test

(Combination)

Loading Test

Item

Description

To check the volume setting of the main unit.

To check the FL segment display. All segments will light up while all LED blink at 0.5s intervals.

To determine the traverse unit operation for inner & outer access track.

In this mode, ensure the CD is in the main unit.

To determine the traverse unit operation & open/close operation of the mechanism.

In this mode, ensure the CD is in the main unit.

To determine the open & close operation of the CD Mechanism Unit.

In this mode, the tray will open & close automatically.

In this mode, the tray will open & close automatically. FL Display Press [7]: VOL50 Press

FL Display

Press [7]: VOL50 Press [8]: VOL35 Press [9]: VOL0 Volume
Press [7]: VOL50 Press [8]: VOL35 Press [9]: VOL0 Volume

Press [7]: VOL50 Press [8]: VOL35 Press [9]: VOL0

Volume

(For AKX200)

(For AKX200) (For AKX400)

(For AKX400)

(For AKX200) (For AKX400)
The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000

Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display
The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000

Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display
The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000

Cancellation Display

The counter will increment by one. When reach 99999999 will change to 00000000 Cancellation Display

Key Operation

Front Key

In Doctor Mode:

1. Press [7], [8], [9] button on

the remote control.

In Doctor mode:

1. Press [1] button on the remote control.

2. To cancel this mode, press

[0] button on the remote control.

In Doctor Mode:

1. Press [10]

[1]In Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [2] button on the remote control. 2. To cancel this

[2] buttonIn Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [1] on the remote control. 2. To cancel this mode,

on the remote control.

2. To cancel this mode, press [0] button on the remote control.

In Doctor Mode:

1. Press [10]

[1]In Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [5] button on the remote control. 2. To cancel this

[5] buttonIn Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [1] on the remote control. 2. To cancel this mode,

on the remote control.

2. To cancel this mode, press [0] button on the remote control.

In Doctor Mode:

1. Press [10]

In Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [2] [1] button on the remote control. 2. To cancel

[2]

In Doctor Mode: 1. Press [10] [2] [1] button on the remote control. 2. To cancel

[1] button

on the remote control.

2. To cancel this mode, press [0] button on the remote control.

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6.4.

Self-Diagnostic Mode

Item

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

FL Display

Front Key

Self Diagnostic

Mode

To enter into self diagnostic checking

Step 1: Select CD mode (Ensure no disc is inserted).

Step 2: Press & hold [g] button follow by [y/i] on main unit for 2 seconds.

Error Code

Information

System will perform a check on any unusual/error code from the memory

Example:

a check on any unusual/error code from the memory Example: Step 1: In self diagnostic mode,

Step 1: In self diagnostic mode, Press [g] on main unit.

To exit, press [8] on main unit or remote control.

Delete error code

To clear the stored in memory (EEPROM IC)

Delete error code To clear the stored in memory (EEPROM IC) Step 1: In self diagnostic

Step 1: In self diagnostic mode, Press [0] on remote control.

To exit, press [8] on main unit or remote control.

6.5. Self-Diagnostic Error Code Table

Self-Diagnostic Function provides information on any problems occurring for the unit and its respective components by displaying the error codes. These error code such as U**, H** and F** are stored in memory and held unless it is cleared. The error code is automatically display after entering into self-diagnostic mode.

6.5.1. Power Supply Error Code Table

 

Item

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

FL Display

Front Key

Error Code F61

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code F61 Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

Power Amp IC output abnormal.

Upon power on, PCONT=HIGH, DC_DET_AMP after checking LSI.

 

Error Code F76

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code F76 Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

Power Amp IC output abnormal.

DC_DET_PWR.

 

Error Code

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

F61-76

Power Amp IC output abnormal.

Both DCDET (NG).

 

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6.5.2.

CD Mechanism Error Code Table

 

Item

Key Operation

 

Mode Name

 

Description

FL Display

Front Key

Error Code

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.
Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

CD

H15

CD

Open Abnormal.

 

During operation POS_SW_R On

   

fail

to be detected within 4 sec.

Error No. shall be clear by force or during cold start.

 

Error Code

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.
Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

CD

H16

CD

Closing Abnormal.

 

During operation POS_SW_CEN

   

On

fail to be detected within 4 sec.

Error No. shall be clear by force

 

or during cold start.

Error Code

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.
Error Code Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

F26

Communication between CD servo LSI and micro-p abnormal.

During switch to CD function, if SENSE = “L” within fail safe time of 20ms.

   

6.5.3. Bluetooth Error Code Table

 

Item

Key Operation

Mode Name

Description

FL Display

Front Key

Error Code F70

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code F70 Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

Bluetooth Communication.

Communication between Bluetooth module and micro-p abnormal.

 

Error Code F77

Diagnosis Contents:

Error Code F77 Diagnosis Contents: Press [ g ] on main unit for next error.

Press [g] on main unit for next error.

Bluetooth Address Error

If there is no valid Bluetooth address stored in the EEPROM IC.

 

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7

Troubleshooting Guide

7.1. No Power or No Display

Caution: Press the Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit
Caution:
Press the Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
No Display on
FL Panel
OK
1. AC Cord Plug-out
Check Primary E-Cap (C2)
Measured 300V or more
OK
2. Check Fuse(F1) = 0 ohm
Check Secondary Cap. (C6)
or Secondary Rect. Diode (D2)
Measured 14V or 33/39V
[refer to check point
2
-
2
]
[ refer to check point
1
-
1
]
[refer to check point
3
-
3
]
AKX220 33V
NG
NG
NG
AKX440 39V
Change
Change
Change
SMPS Module
SMPS Module
SMPS Module
Check DC-DC Converter
IC (IC1003) Measured
6V at C1051
[refer to check point
Check Regulator IC
Check Regulator IC
OK
OK
(IC1005)
OK
(IC1004)
OK
OK
Measured 3.3V at Pin 2
Measured 1.6V at Pin 3
Check Connector (CN2500)
Measured 5/3.3/12/V
at Pin 1-4
If No Display on
FL Panel
4
]
[refer to check point
5
]
[refer to check point
6
]
[refer to check point
7
]
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
Change IC1003
Change IC1005
Change IC1004
Check Main PCB
Check Panel PCB

7.2. Bluetooth ® Pairing Failure

Press the Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit Press
Press the Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
Press [PAIRING] on the Set
or Remote Control
Display "BLUETOOTH"
"PAIRING" will display and
OK
OK
blinking while handphone or other
devices are Connecting to the Set
The set will displayed the
"READY" followed
by "BLUETOOTH"
OK
No Problem
Found
NG
NG
option 1
Do the Cold Start
AC Plug-out. Press and Hold
Power Button then
AC Plug-IN, wait to display "-------"
then will OFF the Set, back to start.
Check Main PCB
NG
option 2
Check Main PCB /
Bluetooth P.C.B (IC700) /
+5V regulator IC (IC7001)

7.3. No Key Function

Press the Power Button or CD Door Open of Unit to Turn ON the Unit
Press the Power Button
or CD Door Open of Unit
to Turn ON the Unit
If Cannot
Use Remote Control
to Turn ON the Set
OK
FL Display
OK
Press the Power Buttons
or Other Buttons
OK
All Buttons
OK
No Problem
Power ON
Show "HELLO"
are Working
Found
(No Display)
NG
NG
Check Main PCB
Check and Ensure that
Panel Connector is
Properly Insert
NG
If Buttons are not Working
Check Panel PCB
7.4. No Remote Control Function
Press the Remote Control
Power Button
to Power ON the Unit
(Ensure have Battery & New)
If Cannot
Power ON
(No Display)
Press the Power Button
of the Unit
to Turn ON the Set
All Remote
OK
OK
Press Remote
OK
OK
FL Display
No Problem
Control Buttons
Control Buttons
Show "HELLO"
Found
are Working
NG
NG
Check Regulator IC
(IC1005)
Check Panel PCB
Measured 3.3V at Pin # 2
[refer to check point
4 ]
NG
Change IC1005

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7.5.

USB Device Cannot Detect

Press Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit Press [
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
Press [ USB/CD] on the Set or
Remote Control to
Select USB A or B, Display
"USB A/B" and "NO DEVICE"
OK
Plug-in USB Device to USB port
with Red LED indicated
(e.g. USB B) FL Display "USB B"
OK
Press Play
FL Display
"Music Name or Title"
OK
No Problem
Found
NG
NG
USBB_5V at CN2503 pin #7
(USBA_5V at pin # 6)
[refer to check point
Check Main PCB
8
]
NG
Check USB / Main PCB

7.6. No Output Sound

CC D P l a y

IC2501, IC2501, IC2506

Press Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit OK OK
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
OK
OK
OK
Press Play
FL Display " Track & Count"
No Problem
CD
Mode
Output Sound
Found
NG
NG
Check CD Mechanism
/ Traverse Unit
Check DSP IC (IC6500)
&
Power Amp IC (IC6000)

U S B P l a y

Press Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit OK USB
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
OK
USB Mode
Insert USB Thumdrive
FL Display " USB A/B"
Press "Play"
OK
OK
No Problem
Output Sound
Found
NG
NG
Check USB Device,
USB Selector IC
Check DSP IC (IC6500)
& Power Amp IC (IC6000)
IC2500
B l u e t o o t h P l a y
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
OK
Press Play
OK
OK
No Problem
Bluetooth Mode
Output Sound
FL Display " BLUETOOTH "
Found
NG
NG
Re-connect Bluetooth
into the Device
Check DSP IC (IC6500)
& Power Amp IC (IC6000)

T u n e r M o d e

Press Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit OK OK
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
OK
OK
OK
No Problem
FM/AM Mode
Search for Tuner Signal
Output Sound
Found
NG
NG
Check the Antenna
Wire Connection and
Tuner IC (IC52)
Check DSP IC (IC6500)
&
Power Amp IC (IC6000)

M E M O R Y M o d e ( A K X 4 0 0 o n l y )

Press Power Button of Unit or Remote Control to Turn ON the Unit OK MEMORY
Press Power Button
of Unit or Remote Control
to Turn ON the Unit
OK
MEMORY Mode
Press Play
FL Display " Track & Count"
OK
OK
No Problem
Output Sound
Found
NG
NG
Check Main PCB,
NAND ROM IC,
Check DSP IC (IC6500)
&
Power Amp IC (IC6000)
IC2007

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7.7.

Check Point

SS M P S M o d u l e

3 3 2 2 1 1 Fuse (F1) Pri. Cap (C2) (300V or more) Sec.
3
3
2
2
1
1
Fuse (F1)
Pri. Cap (C2)
(300V or more)
Sec. Cap. C6
(13V or 33/39V)
(0 ohm)

M a in P C B

IC1005_Pin 2 3.3V 5 C1051 (6V) 4
IC1005_Pin 2
3.3V
5
C1051
(6V)
4
6 IC1004_Pin 3 1.6V 7 CN2500_Pin 1- 3 5V/3.3V/12V 8 CN2503 Pin #6 (USB-A) /Pin
6
IC1004_Pin 3
1.6V
7
CN2500_Pin 1- 3
5V/3.3V/12V
8
CN2503
Pin #6 (USB-A)
/Pin #7 (USB-B)
5V

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8

Disassembly and Assembly Instructions

Illustration is based on SA-AKX400PN/PS.

Caution Note:

• This section describes the disassembly and/or assembly procedures for all major printed circuit boards & main compo- nents for the unit. (You may refer to the section of “Main components and P.C.B Locations” as described in the service manual)

• Before carrying out the disassembly process, please ensure all the safety precautions & procedures are followed.

• During the disassembly and/or assembly process, please handle with care as there may be chassis components with sharp edges.

• Avoid touching heatsinks due to its high temperature after prolong use. (See caution as described below)

after prolong use. (See caution as described below) • During disassembly and assembly, please ensure proper

• During disassembly and assembly, please ensure proper service tools, equipments or jigs is being used.

• During replacement of component parts, please refer to the section of “Replacement Parts List” as described in the ser- vice manual.

• Select items from the following indexes when disassembly or replacement are required.

• Disassembly of Top Cabinet

• Disassembly of Front Panel Unit

• Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.

• Disassembly of USB P.C.B.

• Disassembly of Music Port P.C.B. (For AKX400)

• Disassembly of LED P.C.B.

• Disassembly of Rear Panel

• Disassembly of Main P.C.B.

• Disassembly of SMPS Module

• Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit

• Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B.

8.1. Types of Screws

of SMPS Module • Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit • Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B. 8.1.

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8.2.

Disassembly Flow Chart

Top Cabinet Front Panel Unit Rear Panel Panel P.C.B. Main P.C.B. USB P.C.B. SMPS Module
Top Cabinet
Front Panel Unit
Rear Panel
Panel P.C.B.
Main P.C.B.
USB P.C.B.
SMPS Module
Music Port P.C.B.
(For AKX400)
CD Mechanism
Unit
CD Interface
P.C.B.

8.3. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations

Music Port P.C.B. (For AKX400) CD Mechanism Unit CD Interface P.C.B. 8.3. Main Components and P.C.B.

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8.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.

8.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet Step 1 Remove 2 screws. Step 2 Remove 2 screws. Step

Step 2 Remove 2 screws.

Cabinet Step 1 Remove 2 screws. Step 2 Remove 2 screws. Step 3 Remove 5 screws.

Step 3 Remove 5 screws. Step 4 Slightly release both sides of the Top Cabinet as arrow shown.

release both sides of the Top Cabinet as arrow shown. 26 Step 5 Slightly lift up

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Step 5 Slightly lift up to remove Top Cabinet.

shown. 26 Step 5 Slightly lift up to remove Top Cabinet. 8.5. Disassembly Unit of Front

8.5.

Disassembly

Unit

of

Front

Panel

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Lift up Wire Clampers. Step 2 Detach 17P FFC at connector (CN2500) on Main P.C.B Step 3 Detach 9P Wire at connector (CN2503) on Main P.C.B Step 4 Detach 4P Wire at connector (CN2507) on Main P.C.B (For AKX400)

9P Wire at connector (CN2503) on Main P.C.B Step 4 Detach 4P Wire at connector (CN2507)

Step 5 Release tabs at bottom of unit.

Step 5 Release tabs at bottom of unit. Step 6 Detach to remove Front Panel Unit.

Step 6 Detach to remove Front Panel Unit.

bottom of unit. Step 6 Detach to remove Front Panel Unit. 8.6. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.

8.6. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove Volume Knob. Step 2 Remove Multi Control Knob.

1 Remove Volume Knob. Step 2 Remove Multi Control Knob. Step 3 Remove 2 screws. Step

Step 3 Remove 2 screws. Step 4 Release catches. Step 5 Lift up to remove Panel P.C.B

2 Remove Multi Control Knob. Step 3 Remove 2 screws. Step 4 Release catches. Step 5

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8.7. Disassembly of USB P.C.B.

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove screw. Step 2 Release catch. Step 3 Lift up to remove USB P.C.B

Step 2 Release catch. Step 3 Lift up to remove USB P.C.B 8.8. Disassembly of Music

8.8. Disassembly of Music Port P.C.B. (For AKX400)

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove screw. Step 2 Lift up to remove Music Port P.C.B

1 Remove screw. Step 2 Lift up to remove Music Port P.C.B 28 8.9. Disassembly of

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8.9. Disassembly of Rear Panel

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 7 screws.

• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”. Step 1 Remove 7 screws. Step 2 Release tabs.

Step 2 Release tabs. Step 3 Remove Rear Panel.

• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”. Step 1 Remove 7 screws. Step 2 Release tabs.

8.10. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Rear Panel”.

Step 1 Lift up Wire Clampers. Step 2 Remove 2 screws. Step 3 Remove Transformer Bracket Unit.

Remove 2 screws. Step 3 Remove Transformer Bracket Unit. Step 4 Detach 9P Wire at connector

Step 4 Detach 9P Wire at connector (CON2) on SMPS Module. Step 5 Detach 17P FFC at connector (CN2500) on Main P.C.B Step 6 Detach 9P Wire at connector (CN2503) on Main P.C.B Step 7 Detach 4P Wire at connector (CN2507) on Main P.C.B (For AKX400) Step 8 Detach 10P FFC at connector (P2004) on Main P.C.B Step 9 Detach 24P FFC at connector (P2005) on Main P.C.B Step 10 Remove Main P.C.B

connector (P2004) on Main P.C.B Step 9 Detach 24P FFC at connector (P2005) on Main P.C.B

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8.11. Disassembly of SMPS Module

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Rear Panel”.

Step 1 Detach 9P Wire at connector (CON2) on SMPS Module. Step 2 Remove 3 screws. Step 3 Remove Transformer Bracket Unit. Step 4 Release catch. Step 5 Remove SMPS Module.

Unit. Step 4 Release catch. Step 5 Remove SMPS Module. 8.12. Disassembly nism Unit of CD

8.12.

Disassembly nism Unit

of

CD

Mecha-

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove 6 screws.

of Front Panel Unit”. Step 1 Remove 6 screws. Step 2 Detach 10P FFC at connector

Step 2 Detach 10P FFC at connector (P2004) on Main P.C.B Step 3 Detach 24P FFC at connector (P2005) on Main P.C.B Step 4 Remove screw.

at connector (P2004) on Main P.C.B Step 3 Detach 24P FFC at connector (P2005) on Main

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Step 5 Remove screw.

Step 5 Remove screw. Step 6 Release catches. Step 7 Lift up to remove Inner Chassis

Step 6 Release catches. Step 7 Lift up to remove Inner Chassis Unit.

catches. Step 7 Lift up to remove Inner Chassis Unit. Step 8 Remove 2 screws. Step

Step 8 Remove 2 screws. Step 9 Remove CD Mechanism Unit.

catches. Step 7 Lift up to remove Inner Chassis Unit. Step 8 Remove 2 screws. Step

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8.13.

Disassembly

P.C.B.

of

CD

Interface

Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Refer to “Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit”.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws. Step 2 Desolder pins of the motor (M7301). Step 3 Desolder pins of the motor (M7302). Step 4 Remove CD Interface P.C.B

2 Desolder pins of the motor (M7301). Step 3 Desolder pins of the motor (M7302). Step

9

Service Position

Note: For description of the disassembly procedures, see the Section 8.

9.1. Checking of Panel P.C.B. and Main P.C.B.

Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet. Step 2 Remove Front Panel Unit. Step 3 Remove Panel P.C.B Step 4 Place Panel P.C.B. on the insulated material as shown. Step 5 Attach 17P FFC at connector (CN2500) on Main P.C.B Step 6 Panel P.C.B. and Main P.C.B. can be checked as dia- gram shown.

P.C.B. and Main P.C.B. can be checked as dia- gram shown. 33 9.2. Checking of SMPS

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9.2. Checking of SMPS Module

Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet. Step 2 Remove Rear Panel. Step 3 Remove SMPS Module. Step 4 Place SMPS Module on the insulated material. Step 5 Attach 9P Wire at connector (CON2) on SMPS Module. Step 6 SMPS Module can be checked as diagram shown.

Step 5 Attach 9P Wire at connector (CON2) on SMPS Module. Step 6 SMPS Module can
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10 Block Diagram

10.1. System Control

: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE MAIN P.C.B. FOR AKX400 IC2001 C1AB00004188
: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE
: USB SIGNAL LINE
MAIN P.C.B.
FOR AKX400
IC2001
C1AB00004188
SOC
Q2002
PANEL P.C.B.
S6200
S6201
S6202
KEY INT 32
SWITCH
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP/TUNE MODE
CD MECHANISM UNIT
OPTICAL
KEY1
CN2500
CN6100
KEY1
KEY1 39
PICKUP UNIT
8
10
P2005
16
P2005
AC
VOL JOG
CN2500
CN6100
VOL JOG
VR9000
15
VOL JOG 36
13
5
VOLUME
P2005
BD
20
CD TRACKING SIGNAL
P2005
54
E
19
P2005
ROT JOG
CN2500
CN6100
ROT JOG
55
F
VR9001
ROT JOG 41
10
14
4
MULTI CONTROL
P2005
14
P2005
MD/LPD
IR6500
MD
5
REMOTE SENSOR
P2005
CD-LD
RMT
CN2500
CN6100
RMT
6
REM IN
120
+3.3V
9
9
Q2001
LASER DRIVE
LDO
IC6000
IC2004
C0HBB0000057
FL6000
C0GBY0000213
FL DISPLAY
+3.3V
5CH MOTOR DRIVER
FL DISPLAY
DRIVER
F-
44
F-
P2005
F+
14
VOFC+
23
VINFC
1
FODRV
P2005
GR1 ~ GR12
SG1 ~ SG16
F-
13
VOFC-
24
F+
1
F+
P2005
T-
16
VOTK-
21
VINTK 26
TRDRV
P2005
T+
15
VOTK+
22
S6221
S6226
LATIN
MEMORY
EQ
REC/PAUSE
D6201
D6206
M7302*
SG1
SG6
SPINDLEMOTOR
FL DI
CN2500
CN6100
FL DI
FL DATO 24
DIN
+
SPM-
CN7002
P2004
SPM-
12
6
18
VOLD-
S6211
S6216
9
2
FL CLK
CN2500
CN6100
FL CLK
VINLD 23
SPDRV
D.BASS
DJ JUKEBOX/SAMPLER
FL CLK 23
CLK
SPM+
CN7002
P2004
SPM+
10
8
17
VOLD+
SG1 ~ SG6
10
1
FL CE
CN2500
CN6100
FL CE
FL CS 21
STB
TRV+
CN7002
P2004
TRV+
11
7
11
VOSL+
S6225
1
10
S6222
USB
VINSL+
4
TRVDRV
RWD
D6205
REC/PAUSE
+
P2004
D6202
TRV-
CN7002
TRV-
12
VOSL-
2
9
SG2
SG5
CD
M7301*
S6212
LOADING P.C.B.
TRAVERSE MOTOR
S6215
ALBUM/TRACK
- ILLUMINATION
PLAY/PAUSE
CN7001
LDM+
LDM+
CN7002
P2004
LDM+
10
VOTR+
5
3
8
S6223
S6224
CN7001
LDM-
LDM-
CN7002
P2004
LDM-
9
VOTR-
BT -PAIRING
MEMORY/USB
4
4
7
D6203
D6204
REV
FWD
SG3
SG4
7
6
S6213
S6214
S7201
FWD
CD/RADIO/AUX
RESET
RESET SW
CN7002
P2004
RESET SW
INNER SW
7
4
CN7001
OPEN SW
OPEN SW
CN7002
P2004
OPEN SW
OPEN SW
K1
10
3
5
6
CN7001
CLOSE SW
CLOSE SW
CN7002
P2004
CLOSE SW
K2
11
CLOSE SW
1
8
3
QR6003,QR6004
FL DO
CN2500
CN6100
FL DO
LD-CW/EMMC DAT1
KEY3 38
DOUT
P3
4
6
12
LIGHTING
LED
LD CCW/EMMC DAT0
+5V
CIRCUIT
CD INTERFACE P.C.B.
BT PCONT/EMMC DAT3
P2
3
USB-A/EMMC DAT2
FL DIN
22
USB-B/EMMC NRST
D6102,D6103,D6104,D6105
SP SCL
SP SDA
SP INT
113
114
115
14
15
13
SCL
SDA
/INT
USB A LED
USB A LED
P4
P2
9
1
P3
USB-B
USB-B
P1
USB-A
USB-A
P0
TO POWER SUPPLY
BT PCONT
BT PCONT
P5
MPORT DET
TO SYSTEM CONTROL
BLOCK (2/2)
MPORT DET
FROM/TO AUDIO
ANAL_SEL
ANAL_SEL
P6
P7
FOR AKX400
IC2006
C0ZBZ0001747
I/O EXPANDER

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY

SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS SYSTEM CONTROL (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

35

: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE: USB SIGNAL LINE MAIN P.C.B. FOR AKX200 IC2003 RFKWFKX200LM AKX200 RFKWFKX400LM AKX400 16M FL6801

: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE MAIN P.C.B. FOR AKX200 IC2003 RFKWFKX200LM AKX200

: USB SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B. FOR AKX200 IC2003 RFKWFKX200LM AKX200 RFKWFKX400LM AKX400 16M FL6801 SOC FL DISPLAY FLASH
MAIN P.C.B.
FOR AKX200
IC2003
RFKWFKX200LM
AKX200
RFKWFKX400LM
AKX400
16M
FL6801
SOC
FL DISPLAY
FLASH MEMORY
Q6801,Q6816
D6801,D6802
CS#
1
88
FLASH CS
FL DAT
CN2500
CN6001
FL DAT
DO(DQ1)
2
87
FLASH DAT1
FL DATO 24
+12V
12
6
FL DISPLAY
CN2500
CN6001
WP#(DQ2)
3
8
6
FLASH DAT2
FL CLK
FL CLK
FL CLK 23
CIRCUIT
+5V
10
8
DI(DQ0)
5
9
1
FLASH DAT0
FL CS
CN2500
CN6001
FL CS
FL CS 21
+3.3V
11
7
CLK
6
9
0
FLASH CLK
HOLD#(DQ3)
7
8
9
FLASH DAT3
IC2002
IR6500
RFKWEKX200LM
REMOTE SENSOR
EEPROM
RMT
CN2500
CN6001
RMT
REM IN
120
+3.3V
9
9
SCL
6
118
I2C SCL
SDA
5
119
I2C SDA
Q2002
IC2007
S6200
S6201
S6202
S6222
S6225
KEY INT 32
SWITCH
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP/TUNE MODE
RWD
USB REC/PAUSE
RFKB5157F
AKX400PN
RFKB5157G
AKX400PS
2GB NAND
FLASH MEMORY
KEY1
CN2500
CN6001
KEY1
KEY1 39
8
10
FOR AKX400
DAT0
3
6
LD CCW/EMMC DAT0
S6221
S6212
S6211
DAT1
4
5
LD-CW/EMMC DAT1
S6215
S6216
LATIN
ALBUM/TRACK
D.BASS
DAT2
5
10
USB-A/EMMC DAT2
PLAY/PAUSE
DJ JUKEBOX
EQ
DAT3
2
9
BT PCONT/EMMC DAT3
DAT3 16
KEY2
CN2500
CN6001
KEY2
KEY2 34
7
11
IC7000*
S6213
S6223
S6224
S6214
S6226
BLUETOOTH
FWD
BT/~PAIRING
USB/CD
RADIO/AUX
DISPLAY
MODULE
UART TX
2
101
BT UART RX
KEY3
CN2500
CN6001
KEY3
KEY3 38
6
12
UART RX
4
102
BT UART TX
BLUETOOTH
FREQUENCY
HOST WAKE
11
106
HOST WAKE
DEVICE
LDO ON
13
105
BT WAKE
BT CTS
15
103
BT UART RTS
VOL JOG
CN2500
CN6001
VOL JOG
VR9000
VOL JOG 36
13
5
VOLUME
IC2500
ROT JOG
CN2500
CN6001
ROT JOG
VR9001
C1JBAS000401
ROT JOG 41
14
4
MULTI CONTROL
USB SELECTOR
PANEL P.C.B.
SELECT
10
2
USB SEL
/OE
8
13
USB MUX OE
D-
2
97
USB D-
USB P.C.B.
D+
1
98
USB D+
JK6400
4
5
6
7
USB5V
1
+5V
USB PORT A
(PLAY)
USB A D-
CN6402
CN2503
USB A D-
-D
2
1
1
USB A D+
CN6402
CN2503
USB A D+
+D
3
2
2
124
XTAL32.768K
X2002
JK6401
125
XTAL32.768K
USB5V
1
+5V
USB PORT B
(REC/PLAY)
127
XTAL16.9344M
USB B D-
CN6402
CN2503
USB B D-
-D
2
3
3
X2001
USB B D+
CN6402
CN2503
USB B D+
128
XTAL16.9344M
+D
3
4
4
Q2500
D6400
PW D5V
CN6402
CN2503
PW D5V
SWITCH
+5V
8
8
QR2500
LED DRIVE
14
USB REC LED
AM BP
84
AM BP
PCONT
26
PCONT
PROTECT
107
PROTECT
Q2501
D6401
SMPS ID
37
SMPS ID
PW D5V A
CN6402
CN2503
PW D5V A
SWITCH
+5V
FROM/TO
9
9
SYNC
15
SYNC
POWER SUPPLY
DC DET PWR
109
DC DET PWR
QR2501
USB OVC
94
USB OVC
LED DRIVE
NRST
1
NRST
1D-
1D+
2D-
2D+

TO SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK (1/2)94 USB OVC LED DRIVE NRST 1 NRST 1D- 1D+ 2D- 2D+ 1 USB A LED

1
1

USB A LED

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY

SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS SYSTEM CONTROL (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

36

10.2.

Audio

: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE
: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE
: TUNER/AUX INPUT SIGNAL LINE
: AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE
: FM SIGNAL LINE
: AM SIGNAL LINE
FOR AKX400
MAIN P.C.B.
TO SYSTEM CONTROL
MPORT DET
MUSIC PORT P.C.B.
IC6100
JK6301
C0JBAR000367
5
SELECTOR
MPORT DET
CN6300
CN2507
MPORT DET
4
1
1
R
MPORT R
CN6300
CN2507
MPORT R
3
14
R1
4
4
L
CN6300
AUX IN 2
MPORT L
CN2507
MPORT L
2
5
L1
2
2
1
6
7
IC6000
10
A(LSB)
IC6500
C1AB00003994
AKX200
QR6100
VUEALLPT090
C1AB00004014
AKX400
DSP
POWER AMPLIFIER
FROM SYSTEM CONTROL
ANAL SEL
SWITCH
SPEAKERS
BST A 44
LRCK
BCK
OUT A 40
OUT A 39
JK6000
-
JK6002
4
LEFT
41
XI
JK6000
IC2001
OUT B 35
+
R
X6500
3
2
12
R0
C1AB00004188
AUX IN
AUX IN 1
AKX200
SOC
42
XO
BST B 43
L
AKX400
3
1
L0
1
BST D 23
DSP RESET
72
2
RST N
PWM1B 27
6
INPUT B
DSP MUTE 77
3
SMUTE
PWM1A 28
5
INPUT A
OUT D 27
JK6000
OUT D 28
+
IC52
DSP ERROR 73
16 ERRIN
PWM2A 30
14
INPUT C
1
RIGHT
VUEALLPT087
JK6000
OUT C 32
-
FM/AM
I2S SDO0 81
8
SDIN1
PWM2B 29
15
INPUT D
2
JK51
RADIO RECEIVER
BST C 24
FM ANT
2
FMI
LIN 15
3
L CH
RIN 16
13
R CH
83
I2S WCK
+32V
82
I2S BCK
DC DETECT
JK52
L52
CIRCUIT
2
3
4
4
AMI
DCLK 17
111
TUN BCK
DAMP VALID
93
24
VALID
Q6001,Q6002
Q6007,Q6300
AM ANT
2
DFS 14
110
TUN WCK
1
1
6
RST
5
117
TUN RST
5
4
7
GCGPIO2 18
116
TUN INT
DOUT
13
112
TUN SDO
4
/RESET
SDIO
8
76
DSP SDA
DAMP OTW
95
17
DAMP OTW
SCLK
7
75
DSP SCL
16
FAULT
DC DET AMP FAN 74
SCL
SDA
SDIN2

37

SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

10.3.

Power Supply

MAIN P.C.B. PW 32V +32V FOR AKX400 Q1000 PW 16V +12V VOLTAGE PW 12V PW
MAIN P.C.B.
PW 32V
+32V
FOR AKX400
Q1000
PW 16V
+12V VOLTAGE
PW 12V
PW 12V
+12V
REGULATOR
SMPS MODULE
PW 12V
D1005
1
IC1002
C0DBAYY01594
D1011
+16V DC-DC
DC
DET PWR
2
CONVERTER
Q1008,QR1008
-
TO
CN1002
32.5V
+32.5V
PW 16V
DC DETECT
DC
DET PWR
VIN
PH
10
DC DET PWR
-
1,2
CIRCUIT
SYSTEM CONTROL
BOOT
1
VSENSE
7
PW 16V
+16V
D1008
-
CN1002
PCONT
EN
RT/CLK
5
-
5
PW +16V
3
QR1006
SWITCH
AM BP
IC1003
IC2005
C0DBAYY01594
C0EBY0000664
+6V DC-DC
FROM/TO
VOLTAGE
SYSTEM CONTROL
CONVERTER
DETECTOR
RT/CLK
5
PW SYS 3R3V
NRST
NRST
2
VIN
VOUT
4
NRST
+32.5V
QR1007
2
VIN
PH 10
BOOT
1
SWITCH
IC1004
VSENSE
7
C0DBGYY00911
+1.5V VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC1005
PW SYS 3R3V
C0DBGYY03909
4
VIN
PW SOC 1R5V
PW
SOC 1R5V
VO
3
+1.5V
D1002
+3.3V VOLTAGE
1
CN
REGULATOR
AC INLET
D1007
PW SYS 5V
PW SYS 3R3V
PW
SYS 3R3V
3
VIN
VOUT
2
+3.3V
SMPS MODULE
Q1007
PW
SYS3R3V
4
SWITCH
+6V
PW 6V
PW 6V
4S
D1
+6V
QR1003
D
2
D
5
IC1000
SWITCH
3
G
D
6
C0DBGYY03909
D1001
D1006
+3.3V VOLTAGE
D1009
REGULATOR
PW 3R3V
PW 3R3V
FROM
3
VIN
VOUT
2
+3.3V
PCONT
SYSTEM CONTROL
IC7001
PW CD3R3V
5
C0DBGYY00969
+5V VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
D1003
PW BT 5V
VIN
+5V
+5V
VOUT
3
+5V
CE
FROM
BT PCONT
SYSTEM CONTROL
D1013
PW USB5V
+5V
IC2502
D1014
-
CN1002
PROTECT
C0DBZYY00723
PROTECT
-
8
HIGH SIDE
-
CN1002
SMPS ID
FROM/TO
SMPS ID
SWITCH
-
7
SYSTEM CONTROL
-
CN1002
SYNC
SYNC
PW USB5V
PW USBB 5V
PW
USBB 5V
-
9
1
VIN
VOUT
6
6
USB-B
EN
3
USB-B
/OC
4
IC2501
FROM/TO
TO POWER SUPPLY
BLOCK (2/2)
C0DBZYY00723
SYSTEM CONTROL
HIGH SIDE
SWITCH
PW 5V
USB OVC
1
VIN
/OC
4
USB OVC
USB-A
EN
3
USB-A
PW USBA 5V
PW
USBA 5V
VOUT
6
7
PW 5V,
PW CD5R6V
8
PW 5V
+5V

SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS POWER SUPPLY (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

38

MAIN P.C.B. PANEL P.C.B. 12V PW PW 12V CN2500 CN6001 PW 12V +12V 12V 3
MAIN P.C.B.
PANEL P.C.B.
12V
PW
PW 12V
CN2500
CN6001
PW 12V
+12V
12V
3
15
PW +5V
CN2500
CN6001
PW +5V
+5V
5V
1
17
PW SYS 3R3V
CN2500
CN6001
PW SYS 3R3V
+3.3V
3.3V
4
14
PW 3R3V
CN2500
CN6001
PW 3R3V
+3.3V
3.3V
2
16
PANEL P.C.B.
CD3R3V
PW
PW CD3R3V
CN2500
CN6100
PW CD3R3V
+3.3V
+3.3V
2
16
PW
SYS3R3V
PW SYS3R3V
CN2500
CN6100
PW SYS3R3V
+3.3V
+3.3V
4
14
5V,
PW
PW
CD5R6V
PW CD5R6V
CN2500
CN6100
PW CD5R6V
+5V
+5V
1
17
DET PWR
DC
DC DET PWR
CN2500
CN6100
DC DET PWR
7
11
T6000
SWITCHING
TRANSFORMER
Q6001
DC DET PWR
FL DISPLAY
+16V
PW
PW +16V
CN2500
CN6100
PW +16V
+16V
VOLTAGE SUPPLY
F-
F-
F-
3
15
CIRCUIT
F+
F+
F+
USB P.C.B.
USBB 5V
PW
PW USBB 5V
CN2503
CN6402
PW USBB 5V
PW USBB 5V
+5V
7
7
USBA 5V
PW
PW USBA 5V
CN2503
CN6402
PW USBA 5V
PW USBA 5V
+5V
6
6

TO POWER SUPPLY BLOCK (1/2)USBA 5V CN2503 CN6402 PW USBA 5V PW USBA 5V +5V 6 6 FOR AKX200 FOR

FOR AKX200

FOR AKX400

39

SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS POWER SUPPLY (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

11 Wiring Connection Diagram

TO SMPS MODULE 9P CN1002 C USB P.C.B. ZJ6402* 9P CN2503 A MAIN P.C.B. 9P
TO SMPS MODULE
9P
CN1002
C USB P.C.B.
ZJ6402*
9P
CN2503
A MAIN P.C.B.
9P
CN2500
17P
CN2507
4P
P2005
P2004
24P
10P
B PANEL P.C.B.
TO OPTICAL PICKUP UNIT
(CD MECHANISM UNIT)
E MUSIC PORT P.C.B. (For AKX400)
CN6001
AKX200
CN6300
CN6100
AKX400
4P
17P
CN7002
10P
D
CD INTERFACE P.C.B.
CN7001
5P

TO CD LOADING P.C.B. (CD MECHANISM UNIT)

NOTE: " * " REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY.

SA-AKX200PN/PS, SA-AKX400PN/PS WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM

40

12 Schematic Diagram

12.1. Schematic Diagram Notes

This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology. Notes:

S6200:

Power switch (

Open/Close switch (

).
).
 

S6201:

).

S6202:

Stop (

) switch.

) switch.

S6211:

D.Bass switch.

 

S6212:

Album/Track switch.

S6213:

Forward (

Forward ( / ) switch.
/
/

) switch.

S6214:

CD/Radio/AUX switch.

 

S6215:

Play/Pause (

Play/Pause ( / ) switch.
/
/

) switch.

S6216:

DJ Jukebox/-PlayMenu switch (AKX200).

S6216:

DJ Jukebox switch (AKX400).

S6221:

Latin/EQ switch.

S6222:

Rewind (

Rewind ( / ) switch.
/
/

) switch.

S6223:

Bluetooth/-Pairing switch.

S6224:

USB/CD switch (AKX200).

S6224:

Memory/USB switch (AKX400).

S6225:

USB Rec switch.

S6226:

Display switch (AKX200).

S6226:

Memory Rec switch (AKX400).

S7201:

Reset switch

VR9000:

Volume Jog.

VR9001:

Multi Control Jog.

• Important safety notice:

VR9001: Multi Control Jog. • Important safety notice: Components identified by mark have special characteris-

Components identified by mark have special characteris- tics important for safety. Furthermore, special parts which have purposes of fire-retar- dant (resistors), high quality sound (capacitors), low-noise (resistors), etc are used. When replacing any of components, be sure to use only manufacturer’s specified parts shown in the parts list.

Resistor Unit of resistance is OHM [Ω] (K=1,000, M=1,000,000).

Capacitor Unit of capacitance is μ F, unless otherwise noted. F=Farads, pF=pico-Farad.

Coil Unit of inductance is H, unless otherwise noted.

* REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY.

• Voltage and signal line

: +B signal line

: -B signal line

: CD input signal line

: Tuner/AUX input signal line

: Audio output signal line

: USB signal line

: FM signal line

: AM signal line

42

12.2.

Main (Micon) Circuit (1/3)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 SCHEMATIC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1
A
A
MAIN (MICON) CIRCUIT
: +B SIGNAL LINE
: CD INPUT SIGNAL LINE
: TUNER/AUX INPUT SIGNAL LINE
: USB SIGNAL LINE
P1
AM_BP
VR
AM_BP
DC_DET_AMP_FAN
B
DA
DC_DET_AMP_FAN
DSP_MUTE
DS
DSP_MUTE
DSP_RESET
DS
DSP_RESET
DSP_SCL
TU DS
DSP_SCL
DSP_SDA
TU DS
DSP_SDA
TUN_BCK
I2S_SDO0
R2033
2.2K
DS
I2S_SDO0
I2S_BCK
TUN_WCK
R2024
2.2K
DS
I2S_BCK
GND
I2S_WCK
DS
I2S_WCK
DAMP_OTW
LB2007
C
J0JYC0000656
C2104
0.1
TO MAIN (MICON)
CIRCUIT (2/3)
C2185
6.3V100
LB2004
J0JYC0000656
C2105
C2127
C2124
C2111
0.1
10
C2123
10
0.1
LB2003
10
J0JYC0000656
PW_SYS_3R3V
US
USB_OVC
96
95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65
C2120
0.1
US
USB_D-
SPDRV
US
USB_D+
97
USB_D-
SPDRV
64
TRVDRV
98
USB_D+
TRVDRV
63
R2075
15K
TRDRV
99
AVSSC
TRDRV
62
D
R2074
68K
FODRV
100
-
FODRV
61
R2004
0
C2114
0.22
C2183
68P
R2153
68K
DS
BT_UART_TX
101
BT_UART_RX
- 60
R2012
470
C2115
3.3
VBIAS
DS
BT_UART_RX
102
BT_UART_TX
- 59
R2006
0
C2113
0.1
C2117
0.1
C2169
C2168
DS
BT_UART_RTS
103
BT_UART_RTS
- 58
2200P
2200P
R2499
2.2K
LDO
104
BT_UART_CTS
LDO
57
MD
DS
BT_WAKE
105
BT_WAKE
MD
56
[96] AVDDC
R2104
0
R2154
68K
F
DS
BT_HOST_WAKE
106
HOST_WAKE
[95] DAMP_OTW
JTAG [66]
F
55
R2192
0
E
[94] USB_OVC
NC [65]
VR
PROTECT
107
PROTECT
E
54
PW_SYS_3R3V
CR_TIMER
C2116
16V100
R2498
47K
108
CR_TIMER
AGND4
53
US VR
DC_DET_PWR
109
DC_DET_PWR
VBIAS
52
KEY3
KEY3
US
TUN_WCK
BD
110
BD
51
KEY2
TUN_WCK
KEY2
US
TUN_BCK
AC
111
TUN_BCK
AC
50
KEY1
E
KEY1
US
TUN_SDO
IC2001
C2112
0.1
112
TUN_SDO
AVDD3
49
SP_SCL
C1AB00004188
C2119
6.3V330
R2001
113
SP_SCL
NC
48
SOC
10K
FOR AKX400
SP_SDA
KEY_INT
C2118
LB2005
10
114
SP_SDA
NC
47
680P
SP_INT
R2002
115
SP_INT
-
46
Q2002
330K
TUN_INT
KEY1
116
TUN_INT
NC
45
B1ABCF000176
TUN_RST
C2133
1000P
117
TUN_RST
NC
44
SWITCH
[124] XTAL32.768K
I2C_SCL
ROT_JOG
US
C2135
1000P
118
I2C_SCL
[125] XTAL32.768K
NC
43
I2C_SDA
[126] NC
REGION1 [35]
119
I2C_SDA
VSS_ADC
42
[127] XTAL16.9344M
KEY2 [34]
US
RMT
120
REM_IN
41
[128] XTAL16.9344M
VDD_ADC [33]
ROT_JOG
ROT_JOG
FAN_OUT2
MV_DET
121
UART_RXD/F2
MV_DET
40
FAN
122
UART_TXD/F1
KEY1
39
SMPS_ID
C2132
100P
R2187
0
KEY3
123
DVSS
KEY3
38
F
C2130
22P
R2188
0
124
SMPS_ID
37
SMPS_ID
VR
SYNC
IC2005
125
VOL_JOG
36
VOL_JOG
SYNC
VR
X2002
R2038
R2050
0
REGION1
PCONT
C0EBY0000664
H0A327200191
10M
126
35
PCONT
VR
VOLTAGE DETECTOR
R2048
0
KEY2
V_UP
127
34
V_UP
VR
BT_PCONT
NRST
C2143
0.22
C2131
27P
C2110
0.1
C2134
1000P
DS
BT_PCONT
128
33
EMMC_DAT3
C2139
1000P
C2136
1000P
R2057
0
R2037
VOL_JOG
US
100K
4
3
1
23
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
USB-A
C2128
8P
US
USB-A
VOUT
CT
VDD_ADC
1 4
USB-B
1
US
USB-B
X2001
R2112
C2147
R2036
C2107
C2108
C2125
USB_A_LED
H0J169500045
10K
2
4
6
8
0.1
1M
USB_A_LED
0.1
0.1
10
US
EMMC_DAT0
GND
VIN
VSS_ADC
USB_MUX_OE
1
2
USB_MUX_OE
US
G
EMMC_DAT1
1
2
2 3
1
3
5
7
USB_REC_LED
R2076
3
4
USB_REC_LED
0
US
EMMC_NRST
USB_SEL
C2129
8P
5
6
USB_SEL
US
EMMC_DAT2
FL_CS
R2035
7
8
FL_CS
US
680
FL_CLK
RX2001
C2142
FL_CLK
US
D1H8R0040016
LD-CW
0.1
FL_DAT
FL_DAT
US
LD-CCW
C2141
0.1
MI: MAIN (MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
US: MAIN (USB): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
TU: MAIN (TUNER AUX): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
DS: MAIN (DSP BLUETOOTH): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
DA: MAIN (DAMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7
FOR AKX400
1/3
2/3
3/3
SA-AKX200PN/PS,SA-AKX400PN/PS MAIN (MICON) CIRCUIT
H
VR: MAIN (VOLTAGE REGULATOR): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8 ~ 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1KR2026
NRST
USB_SEL
USB_SEL
DVDDIO
EMMC_NRST
USB-B/EMMC_NRST
DAMP_VALID
EMMC_DAT1
LD-CW/EMMC_DAT1
DVDD_M2
EMMC_DAT0
FLASH_DAT0
LD_CCW/EMMC_DAT0
FLASH_DAT0
EMMC_CLK
FLASH_CLK
EMMC_CLK
FLASH_CLK
EMMC_CMD
RX2002
FLASH_DAT3
EMMC_CMD
FLASH_DAT3
D1H8R0040016
EMMC_DAT3
FLASH_CS
BT_PCONT/EMMC_DAT3
FLASH_CS
R2144
0
EMMC_DAT2
FLASH_DAT1
USB-A/EMMC_DAT2
FLASH_DAT1
R2142
0
FLASH_DAT2
VDDQ
FLASH_DAT2
VSSQ
DVSS
USB_MUX_OE
AM_BP
USB_MUX_OE
AM_BP
USB_REC_LED
I2S_WCK
USB_REC_LED
I2S_WCK
SYNC