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Please refer to the
MODIFICATION NOTICE.

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL JP E3 E2 EK EA E1 E1K E1C

AVR-1911 s 3 3 3
AVR-791 3 3s
AV SURROUND RECEIVER

• For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

• Please use this service manual with referring to the operating instructions without fail.

• Some illustrations using in this service manual are slightly different from the actual set.

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D&M Holdings Inc.

S0088-1V04DM/DG1009 Copyright 2010 D&M Holdings Inc. All rights reserved.


WARNING: Violators will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK


Before returning the unit to the customer, make sure you make either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis
resistance check. if the leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the
power cord is less than 460 kohms, the unit is defective.
Be sure to test for leakage current with the AC plug in both polarities, in addition, in each power ON, OFF and STANDBY
mode, if applicable.

CAUTION Please heed the points listed below during servicing and inspection.
◎ Heed the cautions! ◎ Inspect for safety after servicing!
Spots requiring particular attention when servicing, such Check that all screws, parts and wires removed or
as the cabinet, parts, chassis,etc., have cautions indicated disconnected for servicing have been put back in their
on labels. be sure to heed these causions and the original positions, inspect that no parts around the area
cautions indicated in the handling instructions. that has been serviced have been negatively affected,
◎ Caution concerning electric shock! conduct an inslation check on the external metal
connectors and between the blades of the power plug,
(1) An AC voltage is impressed on this set, so touching
and otherwise check that safety is ensured.
internal metal parts when the set is energized could
cause electric shock. Take care to avoid electric (Insulation check procedure)
shock, by for example using an isolating transformer Unplug the power cord from the power outlet, disconnect
and gloves when servicing while the set is energized, the antenna, plugs, etc., and turn the power switch on.
unplugging the power cord when replacing parts, etc. Using a 500V insulation resistance tester, check that the
(2) Tere are high voltage parts inside. Handle with extra inplug and the externally exposed metal parts (antenna
care when the set is energized. terminal, headphones terminal, input terminal, etc.) is
1MΩ or greater. If it is less, the set must be inspected and
◎ Caution concerning disassembly and repaired.
assembly!
Through great care is taken when manufacturing parts
from sheet metal, there may in some rare cases be burrs CAUTION Concerning important safety
on the edges of parts which could cause injury if fingers parts
are moved across them. Use gloves to protect your hands. Many of the electric and structural parts used in the set
◎ Only use designated parts! have special safety properties. In most cases these
The set's parts have specific safety properties (fire properties are difficult to distinguish by sight, and using
resistance, voltage resistance, etc.). For replacement replacement parts with higher ratings (rated power and
parts, be sure to use parts which have the same withstand voltage) does not necessarily guarantee that
poroperties. In particular, for the important safety parts safety performance will be poreserved. Parts with safety
that are marked z on wiring diagrams and parts lists, be properties are indicated as shown below on the wiring
sure to use the designated parts. diagrams and parts lists is this service manual. Be sure to
replace them with parts with the designated part number.
◎ Be sure to mount parts and arrange the wires
as they were originally! (1) Schematic diagrams ......Indicated by the z mark.
For safety seasons, some parts use tape, tubes or other (2) Parts lists ......Indicated by the z mark.
insulating materials, and some parts are mounted away Using parts other than the designated
from the surface of printed circuit boards. Care is also parts could result in electric shock, fires
taken with the positions of the wores omsode amd clamps or other dangerous situations.
are used to keep wires away from heating and high
voltage parts, so be sure to set everything back as it was
originally.

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NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
WARNING:
Parts marked with this symbol z have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.
CAUTION:
Before returning the unit to the customer, make sure you make either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis resistance check. If the
leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the power cord is less than 460 kohms, the unit is defective.
WARNING:
DO NOT return the unit to the customer until the problem is located and corrected.
NOTICE:
ALL RESISTANCE VALUES IN OHM. k=1,000 OHM / M=1,000,000 OHM
ALL CAPACITANCE VALUES IN MICRO FARAD. P=MICRO-MICRO FARAD EACH VOLTAGE AND CURRENT ARE MEASURED AT NO SIGNAL
INPUT CONDITION. CIRCUIT AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

NOTE FOR PARTS LIST


1. Parts for which "nsp" is indicated on this table cannot be supplied.
2. When ordering of part, clearly indicate "1" and "I" (i) to avoid mis-supplying.
3. Ordering part without stating its part number can not be supplied.
4. Part indicated with the mark "★" is not illustrated in the exploded view.
5. Not including General-purpose Carbon Film Resistor in the P.W.Board parts list. (Refer to the Schematic Diagram for those parts.)
6. Not including General-purpose Carbon Chip Resistor in the P.W.Board parts list. (Refer to the Schematic Diagram for those parts.)
WARNING: Parts marked with this symbol z have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.

● Resistors
Ex.: RN 14K 2E 182 G FR

Type Shape Power Resist- Allowable Others


and per- ance error
formance

RD : Carbon 2B : 1/8 W F : ±1% P : Pulse-resistant type


RC : Composition 2E : 1/4 W G : ±2% NL : Low noise type
RS : Metal oxide film 2H : 1/2 W J : ±5% NB : Non-burning type
RW: winding 3A : 1 W K : ±10% FR : Fuse-resistor
RN : Metal film 3D : 2 W M : ±20% F : Lead wire forming
RK : Metal mixture 3F : 3 W
3H : 5 W
* Resistance
1 8 2 1800ohm=1.8kohm
Indicates number of zeros after effective number.
2-digit effective number.
1 R 2 1.2ohm
1-digit effective number.
2-digit effective number, decimal point indicated by R.
: Units: ohm
● Capacitors
Ex.: CE 04W 1H 3R2 M BP

Type Shape Dielectric Capacity Allowable Others


and per- strength error
formance

CE : Aluminum foil 0J : 6.3 V F : ±1% HS : High stability type


electrolytic 1A : 10 V G : ±2% BP : Non-polar type
CA : Aluminium solid 1C : 16 V J : ±5% HR : Ripple-resistant type
electrolytic 1E : 25 V K : ±10% DL : For change and discharge
CS : Tantalum electrolytic 1V : 35 V M : ±20% HF : For assuring high requency
CQ : Film 1H : 50 V Z : ±80% U : UL part
CK : Ceramic 2A : 100 V : - 20% C : CSA part
CC : Ceramic 2B : 125 V P : +100% W : UL-CSA part
CP : Oil 2C : 160 V C : ±0.25pF F : Lead wire forming
CM: Mica 2D : 200 V D : ±0.5pF
CF : Metallized 2E : 250 V = : Others
CH : Metallized 2H : 500 V
2J : 630 V

* Capacity (electrolyte only)

2 2 2 2200μF 2 R 2 2.2μF
Indicates number of zeros after effective number. 1-digit effective number.
2-digit effective number. 2-digit effective number, decimal point indicated by R
・ Units:μF. ・ Units:μF.

* Capacity (except electrolyte)

2 2 2 2200pF=0.0022μF 2 2 1 220pF
Indicates number of zeros after efective number. (More than 2) Indicates number of zeros after effective numver. (0 or 1)
2-digit effective number. 2-digit effective number.
・ Units:pF ・ Units:pF
・ When the dielectric strength is indicated in AC,"AC" is included after the dieelectric strength value.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS s
n Audio Section
• Power amplifier
n Tuner section (for 1911E2,1911E1C,791E3,791EA)
[FM](Note: μV at 75 Ω, 0 dBf = 1 x 10–15 W)
Rated output :
Receiving Range (for 791E3) :
Front : 90 W + 90 W (8 Ω, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
125 W + 125 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) [FM] 87.5 MHz – 107.9 MHz [AM]520 kHz – 1710 kHz
140W+140W(6 Ω, JEITA) Receiving Range (for 1911E2,1911E1C,791EA) :
Center : 90 W (8 Ω, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.) [FM] 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz [AM]522 kHz – 1611 kHz
125 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) Usable Sensitivity :
140W(6 Ω, JEITA)
[FM]1.2 μV (12.8 dBf) [AM]18 μV
Surround : 90 W + 90 W (8 Ω, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (for 791E3) :
125 W + 125 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
140W+140W(6 Ω, JEITA) [FM]MONO 2.8 μV (20.2 dBf)
Surround back: 90 W + 90 W (8 Ω, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (for 1911E2,1911E1C,791EA) :
125 W + 125 W (6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) [FM]MONO 2.0 μV (17.3 dBf)
140W+140W(6 Ω, JEITA) STEREO 42 μV (34.5 dBf)
Output connectors : 6 – 16 Ω S/N (IHF-A) (for 791E3) :
• Analog [FM]MONO 70 dB
STEREO 67 dB
Input sensitivity/Input impedance : 200 mV/47 kΩ
S/N (IHF-A) (for 1911E2,1911E1C,791EA) :
Frequency response: 10 Hz – 100 kHz — +1, –3 dB (DIRECT mode)
[FM]MONO 72 dB
S/N : 100 dB (IHF–A weighted, DIRECT mode)
STEREO 67 dB
n Video Section Total harmonic Distortion (at 1 kHz) (for 791E3) :
• Standard video connectors [FM]MONO 0.7 %
Input/output level and impedance : 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω STEREO 1.0 %
Frequency response : 5 Hz – 10 MHz — +1, –3 dB Total harmonic Distortion (at 1 kHz) (for 1911E2,1911E1C,791EA) :
[FM]MONO 0.3 %
n HD Radio section (for 1911E3) STEREO 0.7 %
[FM](Note: μV at 75 Ω, 0 dBf = 1 x 10–15 W)
n General
Receiving Range :
Power supply : AC 120 V, 60 Hz (for 1911E3,791E3)
[FM] 87.5 MHz – 107.9 MHz [AM]530 kHz – 1710 kHz AC 230 V, 50 Hz (for 1911E2,791EA)
Usable Sensitivity : AC 220 V, 50 Hz (for 1911E1C)
[FM]1.5 μV (14.8 dBf) [AM]20 μV Power consumption :
S/N (IHF-A) : 460 W
[FM]MONO 78 dB [AM] 0.1 W (Standby)
STEREO 68 dB 3 W (CEC standby)
HD 85 dB 85 dB Maximum external dimensions :
Total harmonic Distortion (at 1 kHz) : 434 (W) x 171 (H) x 381 (D) mm
[FM]MONO 0.1 % [AM] Weight : 10.2 kg
STEREO 0.2 % n Remote Control Unit (RC-1146)
HD 0.02 % 0.02 %
Batteries : R6/AA Type (two batteries)
Maximum external dimensions : 53 (W) x 224 (H) x 28 (D) mm
DIMENSION Weight : 160 g (including batteries)

21.4
266

214.5
338.9
381
54.7
44.2

34.5 102 18.5


20.7
155
171

344
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434 The illustration is AVR-791 E3 model.

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CAUTION IN SERVICING
Initializing AV SURROUND RECEIVER
AV SURROUND RECEIVER initialization should be performed when the μcom, peripheral parts of μcom, and Digital
P.W.B. are replaced.

1. Turn off the power using ON/STANDBY button.


2. Press ON/STANDBY button while simultaneously pressing SURROUND MODE 0 and SURROUND MODE 1
buttons.
3. Check that the entire display is flashing with an interval of about 1 second, and release your fingers from the 2
buttons and the microprocessor will be initialized.

Note: •If step 3 does not work, start over from step 1.
•All user settings will be lost and this factory setting will be recovered when this initialization mode.
So make sure to memorize your setting for restoring after the initialization.

ON/STANDBY SURROUND MODE 1

SURROUND MODE 0

Service Jigs
When you repair the printing board, you can use the following JIG (Extension cable kit).
Please order to Denon Official Service Distributor in your region if necessary.

8U-110084S : EXTENSION UNIT KIT : 1 Set s


(Refer to 20 page)

When you update the firmware, you can use the following
JIG (RS232C to internal connector conversion adapter with 4P FFC cable kit ). s
Please order to Denon Official Service Distributor in your region if necessary.

8U-210100S : WRITING KIT : 1 Set


(Refer to 22 page)

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DISASSEMBLY
• Disassemble in order of the arrow of the figure of following flow.
• In the case of the re-assembling, assemble it in order of the reverse of the following flow.
• In the case of the re-assembling, observe "attention of assembling" it.
• If wire bundles are untied or moved to perform adjustment or parts replacement etc., be sure to rearrange them neatly
as they were originally bundled or placed afterward.
Otherwise, incorrect arrangement can be a cause of noise generation.

CABINET TOP

FRONT PANEL ASSY RADIATOR ASSY HDMI UNIT ASSY


Refer to "DISASSEMBLY Refer to "DISASSEMBLY Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
1. FRONT PANEL ASSY" 2. RADIATOR ASSY" 4. HDMI UNIT ASSY"
and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
PCB FUNCTION PCB GUIDE_L PCB AUDIO_VIDEO ASSY
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 11) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 26) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 50)
PCB H/P PCB TOP_GUIDE PCB SIDE_CNT
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 14) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 29) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 51)
PCB USB PCB GUIDE_R PCB HDMI ASSY
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 21) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 31) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 56)
PCB FRONT PCB 7CH-AMP ASSY PCB FRONT_CNT
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 22) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 33) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 57)
PCB FUNCTION_CNT
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 23)
PCB REG CNT/PCB REG PCB SPK/PCB SMPS
Refer to "DISASSEMBLY Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
3. PCB REG CNT/PCB REG" 5. PCB SPK/PCB SMPS"
TRANS MAIN and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
Refer to "DISASSEMBLY PCB REG PCB SPK
6. TRANS MAIN" (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 52) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 54)
and "EXPLODED VIEW" PCB REG_CNT PCB SMPS
TRANS MAIN (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 53) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 55)
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 46)

About the photos used for descriptions in the DISASSEMBLY" section.


• The direction from which the photographs used herein were photographed is indicated at "Direction of photograph: ***"
at the left of the respective photographs.
• Refer to the table below for a description of the direction in which the photos were taken.
• Photographs for which no direction is indicated were taken from above the product.
• The photograph is AVR-791 E3 model.

The viewpoint of each photograph Direction of photograph: B


(Photografy direction)
Front side
[View from above]

Direction of photograph: C Direction of photograph: D

Direction of photograph: A

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1. FRONT PANEL ASSY
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → FRONT PANEL ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

View from bottom

(2) Cut the wire clamp band, then disconnect the connector wires and FFC cable. Remove the screws.

STYLEPIN : Loose CP100

cut STYLEPIN : Loose

N4401 FFC cable

Please refer to "EXPLODED VIEW" for the disassembly method of each PCB included in FRONT PANEL ASSY.

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2. RADIATOR ASSY
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → RADIATOR ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

View from bottom

(2) Remove the screws.

Direction of Direction of
photograph: C photograph: D

STYLEPIN : Loose

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(3) Cut the wire clamp bands, then disconnect the connector wires and FFC cable.

STYLEPIN : Loose RADIATOR ASSY CP100

cut

N2706 FFC cable

(4) Disconnect the connector wires.

CP401 CP402 STYLEPIN : Loose

PCB 7CH AMP CP403 CP405

Please refer to "EXPLODED VIEW" for the disassembly method of each P.W.B included in RADIATOR ASSY.

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3. PCB REG CNT/PCB REG
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → RADIATOR ASSY → PCB REG CNT/PCB REG

(1) Remove the screws.

PCB REG

(2) Disconnect the connector wires and connector board..


CP102 CP104 PCB REG CNT CP13B

Direction of photograph: C

PCB REG Board to board CP13A

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4. HDMI UNIT ASSY
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → HDMI UNIT ASSY

(1) Disconnect the connector wire and FFC cable.

FFC cable

HDMI UNIT ASSY


CX100

BACK PANEL

(2) Remove the screws, then remove the BACK PANEL.

Direction of photograph: A

(3) Cut the wire clamp band, then disconnect the and connector wires. Remove the screw.

CP401

N2501

cut

N2706

CP13B
N4401

CP13A
HDMI UNIT ASSY

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(4) Disconnect the connector, then remove the HDMI UNIT ASSY from the main unit.

CP12

Direction of photograph: D

(5) Disconnect the connector board.


Board to board Board to board

PCB HDMI

Board to board

(6) Disconnect the connector board.


PCB SIDE CNT Board to board PCB FRONT CNT

Board to board PCB AUDIO VIDEO

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5. PCB SPK/PCB SMPS
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → HDMI UNIT ASSY → PCB SPK/PCB SMPS

(1) Remove the Sheet, then remove the screws and SUPPORTER P.C.

SUPPORTER P.C.
Sheet
View from bottom

(2) Disconnect the connector wire, then remove the screws.

PCB SPK/PCB SMPS


CX102

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(3) Disconnect the connector wire, then remove the screws. Remove the PCB SPK/PCB SMPS from the main unit.

CP1

(4) Disconnect the connector board.


PCB SPK PCB SMPS

Board to board

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6. TRANS MAIN
Proceeding : CABINET TOP → TRANS MAIN

(1) Disconnect the connector wires, then remove the screws.


CP100

STYLEPIN : Loose

CX102

(2) Disconnect the connector wires.

CP1

CP102, CP104

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SPECIAL MODE
Special mode setting button
b Press the ON/STANDBY button to turn on while pressing both buttons A and B at the same time.

Mode Button A Button B Contents

Firmware versions such as Main, Sub, DSP are displayed in


μcom/DSP Version display mode STATUS DIMMER the FL manager. Errors are displayed when they occur.
(Refer to 17 page.)
Errors checking mode Displaying the protection history
STATUS MULT EQ
(Displaying the protection history) (Refer to 18 page.)
SURROUND SURROUND Backup data initialization is carried out.
Initialization mode
MODE 0 MODE 1 (Refer to 5 page.)
---E2 model only---
DINAMIC Select with the SOURCE 0 d 1 f button.
Mode for switching tuner frequency step DINAMIC EQ
VOLUME Change tuner frequency step to AM9k/FM50kHz STEP or
AM:10k/FM:200kHz.
Operations using remote control are rejected.
Mode for preventing remote control DINAMIC
RETURN (Mode cancellation: Turn off power and execute the same
acceptance VOLUME
button operations as when performing setup.)
Operations using main unit panel buttons or master volume are
Panel lock mode DINAMIC EQ ENTER
rejected.
Panel lock mode
DINAMIC EQ CURSOR 1 Operations using main unit panel buttons are rejected.
(Remove Master volume)
Cancellation of panel lock mode DINAMIC EQ RETURN Panel lock mode is cancelled.

DINAMIC VOLUME DIMMER


DINAMIC EQ MULT EQ STATUS

ON/STANDBY ENTER RETURN


CURSOR 1 SURROUND MODE 0 1

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1. μcom/DSP Version display mode
1.1. Operation specifications
μcom/DSP version display mode:
When started up, the version information is displayed.
Starting up:
With the "DIMMER" and "STATUS" buttons pressed, press the "ON/STANDBY" button to turn the power on.
Now, press the "STATUS" button to the display the 2nd item information on the FL Display.

1.2. Display Order


Destination information → Main-μcom version → Main 1st Boot version → Sub-μcom version
→ Sub 1st Boot Loader Version → DSP version → APLD version → USB version
→ HD Radio SDK version (1911E3 model only) s → HD Radio BBP version (1911E3 model only) s

1.3. Error display


See the following table for each "Error information" display and its contents (status).
Display order is q,w,e,r,t.

Condition State State

q Sub-μcom NG No response from Sub-μcom SUB ERROR 01


w DIR NG No response from DIR DIR ERROR 01
When DSP boot, executing DSP reset makes no change to DSP1 FLAG0
port "H".
DSP ERROR 01

No change to DSP FLAG0 port "H" before issuing DSP command. DSP ERROR 02
When DSP data read, executing WRITE="L" makes no change to ACK="H". DSP ERROR 03
When DSP data read, executing REQ="L" makes no change to ACK="L". DSP ERROR 04

e DSP1 NG When DSP data write, executing WRITE="H" makes no change to ACK="H". DSP ERROR 05
When DSP data write, executing REQ="L" makes no change to ACK="L". DSP ERROR 06
When DSP special code boot, executing DSP reset makes no change to
DSP FLAG0 port "H".
DSP ERROR 11
No change to DSP FLAG0 port "H" before issuing DSP special read
command.
DSP ERROR 12

No change to DSP FLAG0 port "H" before DSP version read. DSP ERROR 13
r EEPROM NG Error appeared in EEPROM checksum.(*** is a block address number.) E2PROM ERR***
t Both SUB/DSP
(No error display, version display only)
/EEPROM OK

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2. Errors checking mode (Displaying the protection history)
2.1. Operation specifications
Error mode (Displaying the protection history):
When started up, the error information is displayed.

Starting up:
●All model commonness
With the "STATUS" and "MULT EQ" buttons pressed, press the "ON/STANDBY" button to turn the power on. The error
(protection history display) mode is set.
Now, press the "STATUS" button to turn on the FL display.

2.2. About the display on the FL display


When the "STATUS" button is pressed after setting the error (protection history display) mode, a history like the one
shown below is displayed, depending on the conditions.
(1) Normally (when there has been no protection incident)

FLD N O P R O T E C T

(2) For ASO (when the last protection incident was ASO protection)

FLD P R T : A S O
Cause: The line between speaker terminals is shorted, or use speakers having impedance less than that specified.
Supplementary information: As the excess current is detected after operation of the speaker relay, the shorted
speaker terminal and the connected speaker can be identified.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality will cause the protection function to work about 5 seconds
later and the power supply will be shut off.

(3) For DC (when the last protection incident was DC protection)

FLD P R T : D C
Cause: DC output of the power amplifier is abnormal.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality will cause the protection function to work about 5 seconds
later and the power supply will be shut off.

(4) For THERMAL (when the last protection incident was THERMALprotection)

FLD P R T : T H E R M A L
Cause: The temperature of the heat sink is excessive.
Turning on the power without correcting the abnormality will cause the protection function to work about 5 seconds
later and the power supply will be shut off.

z Additional causes of protection can be due to loose connections, associated components, Microprocessor, etc.

When the "STATUS" button is pressed again after the above protection history is displayed, the normal display reappears.

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2.3. Clearing the protection history
There are two ways to clear the protection history, as described below.

(1) Start up the error (protection display) mode, display the error, then press and hold in the "ENTER" button for 3 seconds.

FLD : T H E R M A L T H E

Press and hold in the "ENTER" button for 3 seconds.

FLD P R T : C L E A R

The above is displayed and the protection history is cleared.

FLD N O P R O T E C T

(2) Initialize. (Refer to "Initializing AV SURROUND RECEIVER" 5 page.)

b If you want to save a backup, use the method in 2.3.(1) above.

Warning indication by the POWER LED


If the power is turned off when a protection incident has been detected, the POWER LED (red) flashes as a warning
according to the conditions in which the protection incident occurred.
(1) ASO/DC PROTECTION : Flashes in cycles of 0.5 seconds (0.25 seconds lit, 0.25 seconds off)
(2) THERMAL PROTECTION : Flashes in cycles of 2 seconds (1 second lit, 1 second off)

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JIG FOR SERVICING
When you repair the printing board, you can use the following JIG (Extension cable kit).
Please order to DENON Official Service. Distributor in your region if necessary.
Note: When the connection which is wrong in the JIG (EXTENSION UNIT KIT) is done it becomes cause of damage.

8U-110084S : EXTENSION UNIT KIT : 1 Set s

• Connection of PCB HDMI JIG


-Preparation-
8U-110084S : EXTENSION UNIT KIT : 1 Set s
Insulation sheet (Do not supply it) : 1 sheet
Ground lead (Do not supply it) : 1 pc

-Procedures-
(1) Remove the screws.

(2) Disconnect the connector board.

Board to board Board to board

PCB HDMI

Board to board

(3) PCB HDMI is detached from the chassis, and it puts it into the state turned inside out.
Please pave an insulation sheet that is larger than PCB HDMI under PCB.
b Connect the ground point of PCB to the chassis with a ground lead or the like.
PCB HDMI

Ground lead

Insulation sheet

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(4) Connect the four extension jig cables.
PCB HDMI

Insulation sheet

3
4
5
6
7

PCB FRONT CNT


2

PCB SIDE CNT

Connection table of Board to Board

No. Pin Ref. No. PCB Ref. No. PCB


q 11 pin CP3 SIDE CNT N2709 HDMI
w 25 pin CP4 SIDE CNT N2708 HDMI
e 19 pin CP105 FRONT CNT N2701 HDMI
r 17 pin CP106 FRONT CNT N2702 HDMI
t 19 pin CP108 FRONT CNT N2704 HDMI
y 17 pin CP109 FRONT CNT N2705 HDMI
u 33 pin CP110 FRONT CNT N2707 HDMI

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ABOUT REPLACE THE MICROPROCESSOR WITH A NEW ONE
When replaced of the U-PRO (Microprocessor) or the Flash ROM, confirm contents of the following.
After
PWB Name Ref. No. Description Remark
replaced
DIGITAL U3102 R5F64169DFD B SOFTWARE: Main
DIGITAL U3301 R5F3650KNFB B SOFTWARE: Sub
DIGITAL U1903 EN29LV160BB-70TIP B SOFTWARE: DSP ROM
DIGITAL U1707 EPM3032A B SOFTWARE: Audio PLD

After replaced
A : Mask ROM (With software). No need write-in of software to the microprocessor.
B : Flash ROM (With software). Usually, no need write-in of software. But, when the software was updated, you should be
write-in of the new software to the microprocessor or flash ROM. Please check the software version.
C : Empty Flash ROM (Without software). You should be write-in of the software to the microprocessor or flash ROM.
Refer to "Update procedure" or "writing procedure", when you should be write-in the software.

VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE f


1. Preparations before starting the operation
(1) Personal Computer (Installed “DFW_0041_AVR1911_AVR791_(Rev.1.0.6).exe”).
(2) RS-232 cable (9P (Male ), Straight).
(3) 8U-210100 Writing Kit.

2. Connection of the AV receiver/amplifier


(1) Confirm the power on/off switch of the AV receiver/amplifier is turning off.
(2) Connect the update terminal of AV receiver/amplifier with the “Writing Kit”.
(3) Connect the RS-232C cable from PC with the “Writing Kit”.

s
4P FFC Cable S706-709 : No Preference S702 : 3.3V
S709

S708

S707

S706

S702

This side is contacts of


flexible card cable.

RS-232C Cable
Writing Kit

PC

3. Turn on the AV receiver/amplifier


Operate the following. Turn on the AV receiver.
(1) Connect the power cable to the AC outlet while simultaneously pushing the "SURROUND MODE 0" button and the
"RETURN" button of the front panel.
(2) Confirm the power indicator is green and “WRITTING” is displayed in the front panel.

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4. Run the DFW
Run the “DFW_0041_AVR1911_AVR791_(Rev.1.0.6).exe”)” on desktop of PC.

5. Communication check
(1) Click the “Check Comm.” button.

(2) When connection is good, then you can see the “Communication check OK.” message.

(3) If connection is not good, then you can see the “Communication check NG” message.

Please confirm the following


(a) Check the connection of the AV receiver/amplifier and PC. (refer to “2. Connection of the AV receiver/amplifier” )
(b) Check the operation mode of the AV receiver/amplifier. (refer to “3.Turn on the AV receiver/amplifier”)
(c) Check the selection of the RS-232C port number of PC.

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6. Download the firmware
(1) Click the "Load" button.

(2) Download the firmware from the specified download source to PC.

7. Complete the firmware updating


(1) Click the “Update” button.

(2) When writing of the firmware is completed, the power of this unit turns on automatically and you can see the “Update
completed” message.

(3) If you can’t complete the firmware update, please retry the firmware update from “3. Turn on the AV receiver/
amplifier”.

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8. Notice:
Please keep the following notice for firmware update.
(a) Keep the PC environment
(b) Avoid the communication cable from the electrical noise source.
(e.g. telephone cable, AC line, a fluorescent light)
(c) Don’t remove cable during update.
(d) Don’t turn off the power during update.
(e) Don’t run other PC application during update.
(f) Stop the resident program on PC (Virus checker and System check utilitu, etc)
(g) Stop the screen saver on PC.
(h) Stop the power save ability on PC.
(i) In case of laptop PC, Use the AC adaptor.

Confirming the firmware’s number after upgraded


After completion of the updating operation, the new version number can confirmed by starting up the AVR1911 or AVR791
according to the following procedure.
With the following operation, the AVR1911 or AVR791 can be set to the Flash ROM Version-Number Confiemation mode.
Turn on power switch while simultaneously pressing "DIMMER" and "STATUS" buttons on the front panel. Every time the
"STATUS" button is pressed, version number of the Model, Main, Sub, … are indicated on the front panel section in the
following order.

Depression Button Name Remarks


AVR1911_******__
1 STATUS Model Name
AVR791__******__
2 STATUS Main CPU _Main_____:**.**
3 STATUS - _Main_FBL_:**.**
4 STATUS Sub CPU _S u b _ _ _ _ _ _ : * * . * *
5 STATUS - _Sub_FBL__:**.**
6 STATUS DSP ROM _DSP______:**.**
7 STATUS Audio PLD A_PLD_:A*******
8 STATUS USB ROM _USB________:***
9 STATUS HD RADIO SDK Ver. (1911E3 only) _H D S D K _ _ _ _ : * * . * *
10 STATUS HD RADIO BBP Ver. (1911E3 only) _HDBBP:*****.***
11 STATUS iPod Dock _Dock_Ver_:**.**

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Symbols in the table
S This indicates the audio output channels or surround parameters that can be set.
D This indicates the audio output channels. The output channels depend on the settings of “Speaker Config.”
Channel output Surround Parameter
Surround mode Front Surround Surround Back Cinema EQ. DRC D. Comp LFE
Center Front Height L/R Subwoofer Mode Delay Time Effect Lev. Room Size
L/R L/R L/R z5 z9 z10 z11
PURE DIRECT S Dz3 S S S
DIRECT (2channel) S Dz3 S S
DIRECT (Multi-channel) S D D Dz1 Dz1 D S S S
STEREO S D S S S
MULTI CH IN S D D D Dz2 D S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gz S D D D D Sz4 S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gx S D D D D S Sz6 S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g S D D D S Sz7 S S
DTS NEO:6 S D D D D S Sz6 S S
DOLBY DIGITAL S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DOLBY TrueHD S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DTS SURROUND S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DTS 96/24 S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DTS-HD S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
DTS Express S D D D Dz2 D Sz8 S S
MULTI CH STEREO S D D D Dz2 D S S

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ROCK ARENA S D D D Dz2 D S S S S
JAZZ CLUB S D D D Dz2 D S S S S
SURROUND MODES AND PARAMETERS

MONO MOVIE S D D D Dz2 D S S S S


VIDEO GAME S D D D Dz2 D S S S S
MATRIX S D D D Dz2 D S S S
VIRTUAL S Dz3 S S
z1 A signal for each channel contained in an input signal is output as audio.
z2 If “Surround Parameter” – “Front Height” is set to “ON”, sound is output from the front height speakers.
z3 Only when “Subwoofer Mode” is set to “LFE+Main”, sound is output from the subwoofer.
z4 If this surround mode is selected, only the “Height” mode setting is available for “Surround Parameter” – “Mode”.
z5 For HD Audio whose sampling frequency of an input signal is more than 96kHz, this sound parameter cannot be set.
z6 This item can be selected when “Surround Parameter” – “Mode” is set to “Cinema”.
z7 This item can be selected when “Surround Parameter” – “Mode” is set to “Cinema” or “Pro Logic”.
z8 This item cannot be set when “Surround Parameter” – “S.Back” is set to “PLgx Music”.
z9 This item can be selected when a Dolby TrueHD signal is played.
z10 This item can be selected when a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is played.
z11 This item can be selected when a Dolby Digital or DTS signal or DVD-Audio is played.
Surround Parameter
NEO:6 Music Audyssey Settingsz20
PRO LOGIC g/gx Music mode only
mode only Tone RESTORER
Surround mode AFDM Front Height
S.Back Height Gain Subwoofer z15 Dynamic z19
z12 z13 Dynamic EQ®
Panorama Dimension Center Width Center Image MultEQ® Volume™
z17
z18
PURE DIRECT Sz3
DIRECT (2 channel) Sz3
DIRECT (Multi-channel)
STEREO S S S S S
MULTI CH IN S S S Sz14 S S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gz S S S S S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gx S S S S S S S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g S S S S S S S S S S
DTS NEO:6 S S S S S S S
DOLBY DIGITAL S S S Sz14 S S S S
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus S S S Sz14 S S S S
DOLBY TrueHD S S S Sz14 S S S S
DTS SURROUND S S S Sz14 S S S S
DTS 96/24 S S S Sz14 S S S S
DTS-HD S S S Sz14 S S S S
DTS Express S S S Sz14 S S S S
MULTI CH STEREO S S S S S S S
ROCK ARENA S S Sz16 S S S S

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JAZZ CLUB S S S S S S S
MONO MOVIE S S S S S S S
VIDEO GAME S S S S S S S
MATRIX S S S S S S S
VIRTUAL S S S S S
z3 Only when “Subwoofer Mode” is set to “LFE+Main”, sound is output from the subwoofer.
z12 This item can be selected when a Dolby Digital or DTS or DVD-Audio signal is played.
z13 If “Speaker Config.” – “Front Height” is set to “None”, this item cannot be selected.
z14 This item can be selected when “Surround Parameter” – “Front Height” is set to “ON”.
z15 This item cannot be set when “Dynamic EQ” is set to “ON”.
z16 In this surround mode, bass is +6 dB, and treble is +4 dB. (Default)
z17 This item cannot be set when “MultEQ” is set to “OFF” or “Manual”.
z18 This item cannot be set when “Dynamic EQ” is set to “OFF”.
z19 This item can be set when the input signal is analog, PCM 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
z20 For HD Audio whose sampling frequency of an input signal is more than 96 kHz, this sound parameter cannot be set.
Symbols in the table
F This indicates the default surround mode.
D This indicates the surround mode that is fixed when “AFDM” is set to “ON”.
S This indicates the selectable surround mode.
Input signal types and formats
PCM DTS-HD DTS DOLBY DOLBY DIGITAL
Surround mode NOTE DTS-HD DOLBY
ANALOG DTS-HD DTS ES DTS ES DOLBY DOLBY DOLBY DOLBY
LINEAR PCM LINEAR PCM High DTS DTS DOLBY DOLBY DIGITAL EX
Master DSCRT MTRX DTS 96/24 DIGITAL EX DIGITAL DIGITAL DIGITAL
(multi ch) (2ch) Resolution EXPRESS (5.1ch) TrueHD DIGITAL Plus (With no
Audio (With Flag) (With Flag) (With Flag) (5.1/5/4ch) (4/3ch) (2ch)
Audio Flag)
DTS SURROUND
DTS-HD MSTR F
DTS-HD HI RES F
DTS ES DSCRT6.1 z1z3 FD
DTS ES MTRX6.1 z1z3 FD
DTS SURROUND S S F
DTS 96/24 F
DTS (–HD) + PLgx CINEMA z2z3 S S S S S S S
DTS (–HD) + PLgx MUSIC z1z3 S S S S S S S
DTS (–HD) + PLgz z4 S S S S S S S
DTS EXPRESS F
DTS (–HD) + NEO:6 z1z3 S S S S S S
DTS NEO:6 CINEMA S S S
DTS NEO:6 MUSIC S S S
DOLBY SURROUND
DOLBY TrueHD F

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DOLBY DIGITAL+ F
DOLBY DIGITAL EX z1z3 S S S S
DOLBY (D+) (HD) +EX z1z3 S S
DOLBY DIGITAL S F F F
DOLBY (D) (D+) (HD) +PLgx CINEMA z2z3 S S FD S S S
DOLBY (D) (D+) (HD) +PLgx MUSIC z1z3 S S S S S S
DOLBY (D) (D+) (HD) +PLgz z4 S S S S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gx CINEMA z1z3 S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gx MUSIC z1z3 S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gx GAME z1z3 S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC gz z4 S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g CINEMA S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g MUSIC S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g GAME S S S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC S S S
z1 If “Speaker Config.“ – “S.Back“ is set to “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
z2 If “Speaker Config.“ – “S.Back“ is set to “1sp” or “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
z3 This surround mode can be selected when “Amp Assign” is set to “Normal”.
z4 If “Speaker Config.“ – “Front Height“ is set to “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
Input signal types and formats
PCM DTS-HD DTS DOLBY DOLBY DIGITAL
Surround mode NOTE DTS-HD DOLBY
ANALOG DTS-HD DTS ES DTS ES DOLBY DOLBY DOLBY DOLBY
LINEAR PCM LINEAR PCM High DTS DTS DOLBY DOLBY DIGITAL EX
Master DSCRT MTRX DTS 96/24 DIGITAL EX DIGITAL DIGITAL DIGITAL
(multi ch) (2ch) Resolution EXPRESS (5.1ch) TrueHD DIGITAL Plus (With no
Audio (With Flag) (With Flag) (With Flag) (5.1/5/4ch) (4/3ch) (2ch)
Audio Flag)
MULTI CH IN
MULTI CH IN F
MULTI CH IN + PLgx CINEMA z2z3 S
MULTI CH IN + PLgx MUSIC z1z3 S
MULTI CH IN + PLgz z4 S
MULTI CH IN + Dolby EX z1z3 S
MULTI CH IN 7.1 z3 F D (7.1)
DIRECT
DIRECT S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
PURE DIRECT
PURE DIRECT S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
DSP SIMULATION
MULTI CH STEREO S S S S S S S S S S S S
ROCK ARENA S S S S S S S S S S S S
JAZZ CLUB S S S S S S S S S S S S
MONO MOVIE S S S S S S S S S S S S
VIDEO GAME S S S S S S S S S S S S
MATRIX S S S S S S S S S S S S
VIRTUAL S S S S S S S S S S S S
STEREO
STEREO F S F S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

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z1 If “Speaker Config.“ – “S.Back“ is set to “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
z2 If “Speaker Config.“ – “S.Back“ is set to “1sp” or “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
z3 This surround mode can be selected when “Amp Assign” is set to “Normal”.
z4 If “Speaker Config.“ – “Front Height“ is set to “None”, this surround mode cannot be selected.
ADJUSTMENT
Audio Section
Idling Current
Required measurement equipment: DC Voltmeter

1. Preparation
(1) Avoid direct blow from an air conditioner or an electric fan, and adjust the unit at normal room temperature
15 °C ~ 30 °C (59 °F ~ 86 °F).
(2) Presetting
• POWER (Power source switch) STANDBY
• SPEAKER (Speaker terminal) No load
(Do not connect speaker, dummy resistor, etc.)

2. Adjustment
(1) Remove top cover and set VR401, VR402, VR403, VR404, VR405, VR406, VR407 on 7CH AMP UNIT at fully
counterclockwise (c) position.
(2) Connect DC Voltmeter to test points (FRONT-Lch: TP401, FRONT-Rch: TP402, CENTER ch: TP403, SURROUND-
Lch: TP404, SURROUND-Rch: TP405, SURROUND-BACK Lch: TP406, SURROUND-BACK Rch: TP407.
(3) Connect power cord to AC Line, and turn power switch "ON".
(4) Presetting.
MASTER VOLUME : "---" counterclockwise (c min.)
SPEAKER (Speaker terminal) : No load
(Do not connect speaker, dummy resistor, etc.)
MODE : MCH STEREO
FUNCTION : DVD
(5) Within 2 minutes after the power on, turn VR401 clockwise (x) to adjust the TEST POINT voltage to
1.5 mV ± 0.5 mV DC.
(6) After 10 minutes from the preset above, turn VR401 to set the voltage to 2.0 mV ± 0.5 mV DC.
(7) Adjust the Variable Resistors of other channels in the same way.

7CH AMP UNIT

DC Voltmeter
TP403
VR401 VR404 VR403 VR405 VR402 VR406 VR407

TP404 TP405
TP401 TP402 TP406 TP407
C ch

S Lch S Rch
F Rch S Back Lch
F Lch S Back Rch

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. POWER
1.1. Power not turn on
Power not turn on.

When the power turned on,


NO YES
does the ON/STANDBY
Is the fuse blown? Refer to 1.2.Fuse is blown.
indicator on the front panel
flashing green?

NO

Is a DC 5V voltage output Check for damage


Is a DC 5V voltage being NO when the cord supplying the NO in the SMPS B'D
supplied from the SMPS B'D power from the SMPS B'D parts and replace any
(CX101) to the μ-com? to the HDMI B'D (N2501) is defective parts.
unplugged?

YES YES YES

Check circuitry and parts from


Check μ-com periphery N2501 on the HDMI B'D to the
circuitry of HDMI B'D and μ-com power supply for damage
replace any defective parts. and shortcircuits, and replace
any defective parts.

About 10 seconds later, Are there any incomplete


YES NO Check "Errors
does the ON/STANDBY connections in the connectors
checking mode".
indicator on the front panel connecting between the
(Refer to 18 page.)
turn lighting green ? various circuit boards?

NO YES

YES
Is the fuse blown? Refer to 1.2. Fuse is blown. Connect the connectors properly.

NO

Check voltage of N2706 (1- Check circuitry and parts from N2706 on
5PIN) of HDMI B'D while the 0V the HDMI B'D to the μ-com for damage
ON/STANDBY indicator is and shortcircuits, and replace any
flashing green. defective parts.

0.6V or -0.6V

Pull out connector (CP1) of


SPK BD, and check "Errors
checking mode".
(Refer to 18 page.)

1.2. Fuse is blown

Fuse is blown

Check for short circuits in the Check for short circuits in


Check for leaks or short
rectifier diodes and circuitry of the power stabilizer unit's
circuits in the primary side
the secondary side rectifying regulator output terminal and
parts, and replace any
circuits, and replace any the ground, and replace any
defective parts.
defective parts. defective parts.

After repairing, also replace the fuse.

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2. Analog video

MONITOR OUT (CVBS) output NG

Input CVBS Input S Input


Function : SAT Function : DOCK COMPONENT

To A To B Not output

HDMI OUT outpu NG

Input CVBS Input S Input COMPONENT Input


Function : SAT Function : DOCK Function : SAT HDMI

To troubleshooting
To C
3. HDMI/DVI.

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A Input
CVBS

Check power supply voltage.


NG
FRONT CONNECTOR B'D
REGULATOR B'D flaw.
V+5V : CP13B-4pin
V-5V : CP13B-1pin

OK

Check on set value of each IC.


HDMI B'D
L2706 : H(5V)
L2707 : L(0V) NG
L2708 : L(0V) HDMI B'D flaw.
L2709 : H(5V)
L2710 : H(5V)
L2711 : H(5V)

OK

Extend HDMI B'D using a jig.

Check power supply voltage. NG


Check connection of FRONT
V+5V : IC811-21pin NG
CONNECTOR BD and AV BD. Check cable between main unit
V-5V : IC811-16pin
and player or check player.
OK

Check output of video amplifier. NG Check input of selector(IC806). NG Check input of selector(IC809).
V : IC808-7pin V : 13pin V : 14pin

OK OK

Check power supply voltage of Check power supply voltage of


OK IC806 and IC808, and surrounding IC809, and surrounding circuitry
circuitry soldering. soldering.

Check output of video amplifier. NG Check input of OSD IC(IC810). NG Check input circuitry soldering of
V : IC805-1pin V : 15pin OSD IC(IC810).

OK

Check power supply voltage of


IC810 and IC805, and check
OK
oscillation of IC810.
(X'TAL / LC oscillation)

NG Check input of selector(IC804).


Check output of video amplifier.
V : IC807-1pin V : 11pin

OK

Check power supply voltage of


OK IC807 and IC804, and surrounding
circuitry soldering.

Check cable between main


unit and monitor or check
monitor.
b Unless specified, AV B'D part.

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B Input
S

Check power supply voltage.


NG
FRONT CONNECTOR B'D
REGULATOR B'D flaw.
V+5V : CP13B-4pin
V-5V : CP13B-1pin

OK

Check on set value of each IC.


HDMI B'D
L2706 : L(0V)
L2707 : L(0V) NG
L2708 : L(0V) HDMI B'D flaw.
L2709 : L(0V)
L2710 : L(0V)
L2711 : L(0V)

OK

Extend HDMI B'D using a jig.

Check power supply voltage. NG


Check connection of FRONT
V+5V : IC811-21pin
CONNECTOR BD and AV BD. NG
V-5V : IC811-16pin Check cable between main unit and
player or check player.
OK

NG NG
Check output of video amplifier. Check input selector(IC806).
Check output of video amplifier(IC808).
S-Y : IC808-7pin S-Y : 13pin
S-C : 1pin
S-C : IC805-7pin S-C : 2pin

OK OK

Check power supply voltage of Check power supply voltage of


IC806 and IC808, and surrounding IC808, and surrounding circuitry
OK circuitry soldering. soldering.

Check input circuitry soldering of NG


OSD IC(IC810).

Check output of video amplifier(IC805). NG


Check output of video amplifier. NG Check input of OSD IC(IC810).
S-Y : 1pin
Y/C MIX : IC807-7pin S-Y : 15pin
S-C : 7pin

OK OK

Check power supply voltage of Check power supply voltage of IC810,


OK
IC807, and surrounding circuitry and check oscillation of IC810.
soldering. (X'TAL / LC oscillation)

NG Check input of selector(IC804).


Check output of video amplifier.
Y/C MIX : IC807-1pin Y/C MIX : 12pin

OK

Check power supply voltage of


OK
IC807 and IC804, and surrounding
circuitry soldering.

Check cable between main


unit and monitor or check
monitor.
b Unless specified, AV B'D part.

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C Input
CVBS/S/COMPONENT

Check input signal of VIDEO DECODER


HDMI B'D
V : L2718
Check signal DET Input CVBS : to A
S-Y : L2718 NG NG
V/S_L2704 : H(+3.3V) Input S : to B
S-C : L2719
COMPONENT_L2703 : H(+3.3V) Input COPONENT : to D
COMPONENT-Y : L2717
COMPONENT-Cb : L2716
COMPONENT-Cr : L2715

OK

Check FRONT CONNECTOR B'D


OK flaw, and connection of FRONT
CONNECTOR B'D or HDMI B'D and
VIDEO B'D.

HDMI B'D flaw

D Input
COMPONENT

Check of power supply voltage


FRONT CONNECTOR B'D NG
V+5V : CP13B-4pin REGULATOR B'D flaw
V-5V : CP13B-1pin

OK

Check on set value of each IC


HDMI B'D NG
L2701 : H(3.3V) HDMI B'D flaw
L2702 : H(3.3V)

OK

Extend HDMI B'D using a jig.

Check of power supply voltage NG Check connection of FRONT


V+5V : IC811-21pin
CONNECTOR B'D and AV B'D
V-5V : IC811-16pin

OK

Check output of video amplifier.


NG Check power supply voltage of
COMP-Y : IC811-24pin
IC811, and surrounding circuitry
COMP-CB : IC811-22pin
soldering.
COMP-CR : IC811-20pin

OK

Check FRONT CONNECTOR B'D


flaw, and connection of FRONT
CONNECTOR B'D or HDMI B'D and
VIDEO B'D.

b Unless specified, AV B'D part.

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3. HDMI/DVI
3.1. No picture or sound is output

No picture or sound is output.

Check HDMI/DVI cable connection.

NO
There may be a problem with the HDMI/DVI
(1) Is the HDMI/DVI cable properly connected?
cable. Check connection.

YES

YES
(2) Are you using an HDMI/DVI selector, repeater or a device for Disconnect everything and connect only the
improving picture quality? HDMI/DVI cable to check

YES

NO
Use a certified HDMI cable (one with the
(3) Are you using a certified HDMI cable (one with the HDMI stamp)?
HDMI stamp).

YES

NO Replace the HDMI/DVI cable with one that


(3) Are you using an HDMI/DVI cable less than 5 meters in length? is less than 5 meters in length (2 meters
recommended) to check.

YES

YES
(4) Are the picture and sound output when another HDMI/DVI cable
The HDMI/DVI cable is defective.
is used?

NO

Check BD/DVD player.

YES

YES
Check HDMI output setting, referring to the
(5) Is the BD/DVD player's HDMI output setting correct?
BD/DVD player's operating instructions.

YES

(6) When using a DENON BD/DVD player's, is the fluorescent


display tube's "HDMI" indicator lit? If using a non-DENON BD/
DVD player's, proceed to "YES".

YES

(7) Are the picture and sound output YES Set the BD/DVD player's output resolution to
NO when the BD/DVD player's
a resolution with which the TV is compatible.
resolution is changed?

NO

(8) Is sound output from the set's speaker terminals when the TV's YES The BD/DVD player's may not be compatible
power is turned off or the connection cable between the TV and with HDCP repeaters. Ask the BD/DVD
the set is disconnected? player's manufacturer.

NO

(9) Are the picture and sound YES


output when a different BD/ The BD/DVD player's is defective.
DVD player's is used?

NO

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Check TV

NO Use an HDCP-compatible TV. PC TVs


(10) Is the TV HDCP-compatible?
cannot be used.

YES

If the TV is not compatible with resolutions


NO
of 1080P, no picture will be output, even
(11) Is the TV compatible with resolutions of 1080P?
if the BD/DVD player's resolution is set to
1080P.

YES

NO
Check TV's input setting, referring to the
(12) Is the TV's input set to HDMI?
TV's operating instructions.

YES
NO
(13) Are the picture and sound output when a different TV is used? The TV is defective.

Check set (AVR-791)

NO
Check set's input setting, referring to the
(14) Is the set's input set to HDMI?
set's operating instructions.
YES YES

The set does not recognize the TV.


(15) Is 5V supplied to C9096?
Is the "H"(3V-5V) signal outputted of U1501 (30pin)?
NO
Is communication waveform confirmed in D1504(DDC_CLK),
D1503(DDC_DATA)? To item (26).
Is 1pin/3pin/4pin/6pin/7pin/9pin/10pin/12pin of HDMI connector
(K1501) terminated by 3.3V and is the signal output?
With the TV connected, Check voltage of the IC on the side on
which the TV is connected.

YES YES

The BD/DVD player does not recognize the


connection with the set.
(17)
Is the "H"(3V-5V) signal outputted of HDMI
(16) connector (K1001/K1002/K1003/K1004 : 19pin)?
NO NO
When using a DENON Is communication waveform confirmed in The pattern and circuit
BD/DVD player, is the FL HDMI connector (K1001/K1002/K1003/ from the HDMI connector
display's "HDMI" indicator lit? K1004)15pin(DDC_CLK)/16pin(DDC_DATA)? (K1001/K1002/K1003/
If using a non-DENON BD/ Is 1pin/3pin/4pin/6pin/7pin/9pin/10pin/12pin of K1004) to the U1001 is
DVD player, proceed to HDMI connector (K1501) terminated by 3.3V and defective.
"NO". is the signal output?
With the BD/DVD player connected, Check
voltage of the HDMI connector for the input
on the side on which the BD/DVD player is
connected.

YES YES

The HDMI input circuitry is defective.


(U1001 and surrounding circuitry)

37
Check operation of each device.
(AMP source : BD / Video input of player : 480P / Connect the TV.)

Check operation of U1001.

(18) Check power supply. NO


Is 1.8V supplied to C1019/C1053/C1037/L1003? The power supply circuitry is defective.
Is 3.3V supplied to C1112/C9032/C1124/C1122?

YES

(19) Check xtal oscillator. NO


The X1001, X1002 or U1001 is defective.
Is there 28.6363MHz oscillation of X1001/X1002?

YES

(20) Check RESET. NO


Is RESET waveform confirmed in U5500 (53pin), when power is The RESET circuitry or U1001 is defective.
turned on? (If continued to "H" or " L", proceed to "NO".)

YES

(21) Check output signal. NO


Is waveform confirmed in R1063 (IPINDE/IPINVSYNC/ The U1001 is defective.
IPINHSYNC/IPINPCK). (If not continued to " L", proceed to "YES".)

YES

Check operation of U1302.

NO
(22) Check power supply.
The power supply circuitry is defective.
Are 1.8V or 3.3V supplied to U1302 (each power supply pin)?

YES

(23) Check xtal oscillator. NO


Is oscillation of X1301(27MHz) transmitted to U1302 The X1301 or U1302 is defective.
(155pin/156pin)?

YES

(24) Check RESET.


NO The RESET circuitry (U1301 and
Is RESET waveform confirmed in U1301 (4pin), when power is
surrounding circuitry) or U1302 is defective.
turned on? (If continued to "H" or " L", proceed to "NO".)

YES

(25) Check output signal. NO


Is waveform confirmed in R1312(1TXDE/1TXVSYNC/1TXHSYNC), The U1302 is defective.
R1309(1TXPCK). (If not continued to " L", proceed to "YES".)

YES

Check operation of U1501.

NO
(26) Check power supply.
The power supply circuitry is defective.
Are 1.8V or 3.3V supplied to U1501 (each power supply pin)?

YES

(27) Check RESET.


NO The RESET circuitry (Q1501 and
Is RESET waveform confirmed in U1501 (38pin), when power is
surrounding circuitry) or U1501 is defective.
turned on? (If continued to "H" or " L", proceed to "NO".)

YES

The pattern and circuit from the HDMI connector (K1510) to the
IC(U1510) is defective, or HDMI output circuitry is defective (U1510
and surrounding circuitry).

38
3.2. HDMI test point and waveforms
C9000

N2501
C9005

N2704

N2702
N2705

N2701
C9010
L2516 C9015
C9020
C2702 C2560 C2568

C9152
L2736 N2703

N2707
L2724
L2725
L2726
L2727
L2728
L2729
L2730

L2732
L2733
L2734

C2359
C2360
C2362
C2361
R2136
R2135
B L2735 R2512 R2517 C2502

C2517
L2747

L2744
L2750
L2749
L2748
L2746
L2745
L2743
L2742
L2740
L2739

C9063

L2720
L2751
L2755
L2754
L2752
L2753

L2741

C2518

L2719
L2737
R2502

L2827
L2826
L2738

L2829
L2828
L2731

L2718
L2717
L2716
L2715
L2714
R1002
C9073 C9083 C2529 R2513 C2520

C2701

C2521
L2721
C2130 R2332

L2756
C2547 Q2517 Q2528

L2303
C2904 R2515
C2503

C2129
R2514

C2111

Q2525

Q2515
R2503

U2504
C2530

L2709
L2708
L2707
L2706
L2705
L2704
L2703
L2702
L2713
L2712
L2710

L2701
L2711

C9090
C9095
C2532
R2518

U2502
C2112

R2532
U2903

U2503
U2501
U2305

U2104
U2103
C9098 C9102

R2529
C2545
F L2507 L2502 C2524 L2506 L2510

C9030
C2501

C2161
C2356

R2534
C2516
C D R2501 L2512
C2903 Q2516 Q2522 Q2521 Q2519 Q2520 Q2518

C2124
R2510 R2516

C2114

C9045
C2101

C2116
L2511

R2527
C2136 C2528 R2511 C2519 C2523 C2514 L2504
L2508 C2522 C2513 L2501 C2515 L2505 L2509

C9040

C9025
C9035
R2180
R2168
R2167

C2156
C9050 L2503

C2555
Q2523
C2131

C2553

C2541
C2121 F R1751 R1752

R2526
C2544

R2525
C2543
R2102

L2821
L2822

C9111

C9115
C9055

C9065
C9070
C9099
C9060
C9103

C9075
C9080
C9085
C2122 C2716

C9123
C2542 R2522

C9086

C9107

C9119
R2107

R2523

R2524
R2109 R2118 R2152

C2540
C2162

L2722
Q2524

U2101

L2723

C2155
R2165
R2166
R2179
C2126
R2108 R2110 C2140 R2151

C9044
N1701 TOP

L2765
C9081 R3378

Q2529
C9151

R2130
R2140
C2148
R2117
R2103

R2106

R2528
C2132 C2133 R2149 R2115 C9113 C9072

L2762
L2763
L2764
C2105 R2105 R2104 R2150 C2139

R2533
1 7 C3309

L2812
B

L2811
C C9076 C9087

C2115

C2110

C2120

C9141
C2147
R2139
R2129
R2116
R2101 C2102 C9117
C2109 C2907 C9097
C9130 2 R2519 R3318 C2548

C9002
40 C2551
B2701
C2549 C2550

R2178
R2164
R2163
C2154
C9126

C2552
S1301
R3373
U3301

R3369 R3308

C9149
R3358 C2546

C3306 R3312
R2520

R3302
C2906 R2909
C2538 C2537 R3319 7 1

R3371
C2720 R2114 R2148 R3374 C1322

N1301
L2809

Q2507

C1351
Q2508
1 39 C2138 R2147 R3375 C1323

R3307

R3359
R3301

R3311

R3313
C2718 R3303 R3361

U2905
L2784 L2785 L2786 L2823 U1301 TOP

R2128
R2138
C2146
R2113
R2531 Q2527
U2904 L2810 N2710 R2549 R3304 R3355 Q1301
C2711

N2709 R3172 R3357 C9109


L2818

C9145 R3362

11
C2708 R3134 L2817 C9121 R3363 R3320
R3133 R2908
G L2816 C2709 R3321

R1322
C2153

R2162
R2177

R1321
R3364 C1360

R2161
R2905 R2910 R3136 R3135 L2814 C2707 R3366 R3365 R3322 R1325 R1337 R1327 C9027

R1326
L2787
C2909 R2911 L2788
L2789
L2782 L2783

C1321
R1335 R1333
C2721

L2830
I L2813 C2704 C3301 HSDA C9140 R1301 U1302 R1336 R1328

N3301
Q2532
R2536

C9052
C2706
R2530
R2145 R2111

R1324
R1323
C2703 C3302 R1331 R1329

Q2526
C9136

U2505 C2556
R2146 C2137

R3324
C2554
Q2902 R3367 1

C3313 U3302
L2771 L2773
L2772 L2774
L2775
L2780

R3356
L2781
D R3368 R3370 44

L2766 R2535

C2911 R2913 R2912 C2908


R1317 R1318

176
Q2531

C2145
R2137
R2127
45

R2112
R2926
Q2904 R2928
R2701 L2803

D3105

R1304
R1907

TOP
L2804 R3169 C9125 C9007 R1350
R3170 R3351 R3309 R1349

R1914
R2702 L2805 C3104

R3323
R1917

1
L2767
L2768
L2769
L2770
R3167
R3122 R3104

C3111
R2703 L2806 A C3103 R1918 R1916 R1915

C9092
R1913

HSCL
R3119

R3315
R3316
R3305
R2704 L2808

R3306
D3110

C9003
R3165

R3317
C3304

R1316
R1902 R1330

C3303
L2807

C9051
R3127 R3151 C1947 C9129

R2914 C2910
C9074 R2925 R1904 C1305

Q2903
R3129 R3152

R1919
C3113

S1901
R3166

R1315
C9079 R3163 C3126 C9133 X3302

U1303

X1301
144 R3143 C9135

109
N2708 L2802

C9112
1 108 R3173 R3164 R3346 C9105

R1314
R3120 R3174 R3175 TOP C3317

N1901
L2801 R3121 Q2905 R3176 R3347 C9082
L2800 L2799 R3125

R1332
C1304
R3162

R1906
R3345

R1313
R2937 Q2907 R3161 C1912 1 10 R3342 C9101

C1901
L2815 C2724 R3126 R2927 R1911 C1902 C3316

C1358
R3340
L2797

C2705 C1908 U1901


C1919

C1343

R1303
L2798 C9042 88 133

C9127
L1001
R3160
R3145
R3146
C1921

R3150
R3149
R3148
R3147
157 89 132

Q2906
R2915 208 R1319 R1320

R1747

R1302
C1038 C1114
C1922 C1037

R1972 R1973
156

R1977 R1976
C3123 C3122

C9033

R1036 C1116
R1927 R1925 R1924 R1922

1
R3177 C1924

R1749
C1091 R1312 R1311
R3128

C9012

C9022
L2793

C1052
J

C1054
L2796 C9019 H C1090 C9062
X3102

L2820 C9131

R1702
L2795

R1039
C2717 R1309 R1307 R1305

R2932

R2933
R2930
R2929
R2931
L2819 C1927 R1075 R1073 X1002 R1310 R1308 R1306
L2794

C2719 C2714 C1083 C1084 C1015 C1016 R1094


N3101 C1928 R1034 R1035
633010052101S

C1135
C1133
C1137
C1122
C1123

C1108
C1102
C1110
C1112
I 36 L2792
MP2

R1975 R2938
73 L2761

U1707
TOP 72 L2791 C2713 C1009 R1082 C9047 R1085

R1703
L2760
L2759
C1010 R1083
8U-310052
C9148

L2758
L2757
L2790 R1078
C9014

U3102 C1004 R1063 R1064 C9057

C9108
37 R1926 C1001
1 DIGITAL UNIT

R1970 R1971
1 R3139 R3138

C9034
H 11 J R3140 C1002
R3156 R3158 R1928 R1920 C1003
N2706

R3141 R1080
R2336

R2310 C1971 R1065


R3144

C2306
R2307

R1910
R1007 C1007

R1507
R1508
R1509
R2308

R1506

R1510
R2313

R1505
C2321 R1921 R1088 R1079
C2305

R1930
C2307
C2323

R2344 C9031

R1504
R1753 C1008 R1066

R1503
R1943

R1974
R1005 C1005

R1501
8

R1502
U2304

1 R2340 R2341 R1006 C1006

R1932
G N2301 C2367 C2368 R1945 X1701 R1067
C1714 C1715

R1933
R2316 R2315

L2305 L2304

R1946

R1037
C9017
C9077
Z3101 TOP R1743 R1744
Q2305 R2350 R2349 R1068
C2369 C2370

R1003
C1503
R2346 R2342
C2722 C2336 52 R1069 C1505 U1501

Q2306
R2348 C2340 C1126 C1501

R1947
C2723

C1504
D3112

C9053
R1742
R3114

C2726 R2345 C1124

R1004
C2342 105
Q2302

R1730
R1070
R2314

L2302

C2728
L2301

L2831 53 C1955 R1740


R2343
C9146
R2321 R2317

C1940
C1941
104

C1961
R1071

R1731 R1096
C1954

R1942
Q3104 Q3105

R1739
C2363
R2330 R2320

D3106
C3105 C3106

R1937
R1941

R1940
R3112 R3113

C1012
R1939
R1072

C1049
Q2303

R1959

C1011
R1962 R1738
C3107
C3108

R1938
R1960

R1522
R1532

R1523
G R2339 R1963
R1966 C1711

R1961
C2343 R2347 C1946 R1964 R1949 D1501

R1533
C2347 R1965

C1053
C1051
R2328 R2327 R1729 U1001 IPSCL

R1948
R1723 R1720

R1935 R1934
R1953

R1936
R2333 R1950 R1010 C1506
R2323

C9037

R1745
C1724
R2329 C1967 X1902 C1966 C1507
R1721 R1718

D1001

R1032 R1033
VCC U3101 OUT

C1013 C1014
R1717 IPSDA
N4401

R1076

D1002
U2301 R1024 R1016 C9032 R1019 R1539 C1526 C1508
R1714 R1013
R2326

C2366
R2322

R1537 R1534

C1721
R1741
R1716 R1725 D1015

C9104
R2324 D1701 D1003 U1706 R1030 D1022 D1502 C1515 R1524

X1001
U2306

D1008

C1020
R1090

C1019
R3108

C1524
X2302 R1713 R1719 R1722
C1708 R1028 D1016
C3110

R1724

C1709
C9066 C2355 C2354 R1728 R1012 R1021 D1023 R1538 D1503 R1529
R2302
C2302

C1704 R1544
R2301

R1709 C1703 R1026 D1009 R1089

R1732
C3109 D3102 R3107 Q3102 Q3103 R3111 R1018 D1017 D1024
C9069
R3102

U1703

R1535
C9118

Q2304

R1025 D1039 C1525 D1504 R1530 C1519

Q1002
C1702
D1702
C1705

C9018
R3101

R1715

R1737
R1733

R1736
Q2901 R1712
Q1004 R1015 D1010
C9023

R3109 L1003
C2901

R1707
R1705

R3103 Z1 R1011
C9142

L2306 Q1006 R1017


D1020 D1021 D1040 C9132 C1520 R1536

Q1008
D3108 D3103 D1025

R1031

C9096
C3102 C2371 R1735 R1734 D1006 D1007 D1032 R1027 R1014 D1013 D1014 D1036 R1029 R1020

D1505
D3111 D3107 D1027 D1028 D1043 D1044 D1507 D1508 D1511 D1512
C9028

D3104 C1707 R1704 D1004 D1031 D1035


R2901 R1706 R1727 D1018
A C1706 R1726 C1701
D1005 D1029 D1030 D1011 D1012 D1033 D1034 D1019 D1037 D1038 D1026 D1041 D1042 D1506 D1509 D1510
U2901
D3101

VCC OUT VCC OUT IN


R2902

D3109

K3103 C9110

Q1003
R2903

G G VCC G

Q1005

Q1007
C3101

K1501
1 4 K3101 C9114

Q1001
K1702

K1703

K1704

K1002
K1701
K1706

K1001
K3102

C9106 K1003
N2901 K1004 CEC-COM

TMDS D1+/TMDS D1-


IPINDE/IPINVSYNC/ 1TXDE/1TXVSYNC
3.3V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 3.3V 3.3V IPHSYNC/IPINPCK /1TXHSYNC 1TXPCK TMDS D2+/TMDS D2-
C3317 C9082
N190

C
R3347
R1

R1332
C1304
R3345
R1313
10 R3342 C9101
C1902 C3316

C1358
U1901 R3340
C1919
C1343

R1303
C9042 88 133
C9127
L1001

157 C1921 R1319 R1320 89 132


R1747

R1302
C1038 C1114

156 C1922 C9033 C1037


R1036 C1116

C1924
R1749

C1091 C9012 R1312 R1311


C9022

C1052
C1054

C1090 C9062
C9131
R1702

R1039

R1075 R1073 X1002 R1309 R1307 R1305


C1927 R1310 R1308 R1306
C1083 C1084 C1015 C1016 R1094
C1928 R1034 R1035
633010052101S
C1135
C1133
C1137
C1122
C1123

C1108
C1102
C1110
C1112

MP2
U1707

C1009 R1082 C9047 R1085


R1703

C1010 R1083
C1004 R1078 R1063 R1064 8U-310052 C9148
C9057

C9108
R1926 C1001
C1002 1 DIGITAL UNIT
R1920 C1003 R1080 R1065
R1910

R1007 C1007

R1507
R1508
R1509
R1506

R1510
R1921 R1088 R1079 R1505
R1504

R1753 C1008 R1066


R1503

R1943 R1005 C1005


R1501
R1502

R1945 X1701 R1006 C1006 R1067


C1714 C1715
R1946

R1037
C9017
C9077

R1743 R1744 R1068


R1003

R1069 C1505 U1501 C1503


C1126 C1501
R1947

C1504

C9053
R1742 C1124
R1004

105
R1730

R1070
C1955 R1740
104 R1071
R1731 R1096

R1739
R1937

C1012

R1072
C1049

C1011

R1738
R1938

R1522

R1532
R1523

R1966 C1711 D1501


R1533
C1053
C1051

U1001 IPSCL
R1948
R1935 R1934

R1953
R1936

R1010 C1506
C9037
R1745
C1724

C1966 D1001 C1507


R1032 R1033
C1013 C1014

R1076 IPSDA
D1002

R1024 R1016 C9032 R1019 R1539 C1526 C1508


R1013 R1534
C1721
R1741

D1015
C9104

D1003 U1706 R1030 D1022 R1537 D1502 C1515 R1524


X1001

D1008
C1020

R1090
C1019

C1524

R1728 R1012 R1028 D1016 R1021 D1023 R1538 D1503 R1529 R1544
R1026 D1009 R1018 D1017 R1089 D1024
R1025 D1039 C1525 D1504 R1530 C1519 R1535
Q1002

702
R1737
R1736

R1011 Q1004 R1015 D1010 L1003 Q1006 R1017 D1021 D1040 C9132 C1520 R1536
Q1008

D1025
R1031

C9096

734 D1006 D1007 D1032 R1027 R1014 D1013 D1014 D1036 R1029 D1020 R1020
D1505

D1004 D1031 D1035 D1027 D1028 D1043 D1044 D1507 D1508 D1511 D1512
D1018
D1005 D1029 D1030 D1011 D1012 D1033 D1034 D1019 D1037 D1038 D1026 D1041 D1042 D1506 D1509 D1510
Q1003

VCC G
Q1005

Q1007

K1501
Q1001
K1704

K1002
K1001

K1003
K1004 CEC-COM

DDC CLK HPD TMDS D0+/TMDS D0- TMDS D2+/TMDS D2- DDC DATA 5V
RXA_5V DDC DATA TMDS D1+/TMDS D1- 1.8V 3.3V DDC CLK TMDS D0+/TMDS D0-
TMDS C+/TMDS C- TMDS C+/TMDS C-

39
DDC_CLK/DDC_DATA/TMDS(1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12pin) : Check item (15),(17)

0.9V

DDC_CLK

2.48V

DDC_DATA

IPINDE/IPINVSYNC/IPINHSYNC/IPINPCK : Check item (21)

31.76us
IPINDE IPINDE

31.84us
IPINHSYNC 16.68ms IPINHSYNC

IPINVSYNC IPINVSYNC

IPINPCK
37.0ns

40
1TXDE/1TXVSYNC/1TXHSYNC/1TXPCK : Check item (25)

31.76us
1TXDE 1TXDE

31.84us
1TXHSYNC 16.68ms 1TXHSYNC

1TXVSYNC 1TXVSYNC

1TXPCK
37.0ns

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4. AUDIO
4.1. AUDIO CHECK

AUDIO OUTPUT : NG

INPUT SURROND MODE SOURCE NG


CHECK1 Check ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK.
ANALOG 2CH DIRECT ANALOG

OK

INPUT SURROND MODE SOURCE NG


CHECK2 Check Digital AUDIO BLOCK.
COAX or OPT --- Legacy(PCM or DolbyDigital or dts…)

OK

INPUT SURROND MODE SOURCE NG


CHECK3 Check via AD.
ANALOG 2CH 7ch STEREO ANALOG

OK

INPUT SURROND MODE SOURCE NG


CHECK4 Check HDMI BLOCK.
HDMI --- Legacy(PCM2ch or DolbyDigital or dts…)

OK

INPUT SURROND MODE SOURCE


CHECK5 HD AUDIO
HDMI ---
(PCM MULTI or DolbyTrueHD or dtsHD MA)

OK (Digital Audio BOLCK is OK)

NG
Check other factors.

Connect Setting SOURCE


CHECK6 HD AUDIO
HDMI OUT→other AVR HDMI IN CEC STANDBY
(PCM MULTI or DolbyTrueHD or dtsHD MA)
OK NG

Check Digital AUDIO BLOCK. Check HDMI BLOCK.

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4.2. Power AMP (7CH AMP B'D)
No sound is output.
The protector operates.

YES

YES
Is the power transistor open or short circuit?
Replace the power transistor.
2SB1560/2SD2390

NO

Is the emitter resistance of the power YES


transistor open? Replace the emitter resistance.
0.47Ω

NO

Is the base resistance of the power YES


transistor open? Replace the base resistance.
22Ω

NO

Is trimmer potentiometer between the base YES


of the power transistor open? Replace the trimmer potentiometers.
1kΩ

NO

Is the zener diode and diode which are


connected with the base of a power YES
transistor short-circuited? Replace the Zener diode and the diode.
MTZJ3.3B
1SS133

NO

YES
Is other transistor trouble? Replace the transistor.

NO

YES
Is other resistance trouble? Replace the resistance.

Turn on power, check that voltage of the section is normal and that idling electric current is flowing.

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4.3. Analog audio

No sound is output

Is the voltage of ±8V supplied to NO


The power supply of ±8V is repaired.
AV B'D CP8?

YES

Is the audio signal transmitted to YES


The power amplifier is repaired.
AV B'D CN401?

NO
NO
Connect the connectors properly.

Is the serial data for electronic volume YES Is the connector correctly connected
transmitted to AV B'D CP11? with HDMI B'D?
YES
The HDMI B'D is repaired.
YES

Once more, checking the connection of the connector.


When can specify the trouble of the channel and function, Check signal route where it
corresponds.

44
CLOCK FLOW & WAVE FORM IN DIGITAL BLOCK
Wave form U1001
HDMI Rx
ADV7840

(B2)HRSPDIF/DL2
(B1)HR64fs/DCLK

(D5)HRSD1/DR1
(K3)HRSD0/DL0

(J4)HRSD3/DR2
(J3)HRSD2/DL1
(A2)HRfs/DR0
1

(F3)HRMCK
CH1: D-DATA

HRMCK(5)
HR64fs/DCLK(6)
HRfs/DR0(8)
HRSD0/DL0(14)
HRSD1/DR1(13)
HRSD2/DL1(12)
HRSD3/DR2(10)
U1707
AUDIO PLD
EPM3032ATC
q DIR/DIT
U1706
2 INPUT LC89058W-E

CH1: DATA
COAXIAL-1 (2)RX0
SDIN(24)
w
OPTICAL-1 (4)RX2 SLRCK(23) (42)SLRCK

RMCK(16) (37)256fsDIR
(9)RX5 RBCK(17) (3)64fsDIR
RLRCK(20) (2)fsDIR
CH2: fs RDATA(21) (44)DATADIR1
SBCK(22) (43)SBCK

TMCK(44)
TBCK(45)
TLRCK(46)
CH3: 64fs TDATA(47)

ADC
U2101
AAK5358B
3 MCLK(11)

(25)DSPOUT64fs
SCLK(12)

(21)DSPIN64fs

(23)DSPOUTfs
CH1: DATA

(28)DSPINSB
(22)DSPINfs
LRCLK(10)

(33)DSPINC
(31)DSPINS

(34)DSPINF
ADATA(9)

MCLK(10)

CH2: fs DSDDATA4(11)
DAC DSDDATA3(14)
U2102 DSDDATA2(15)
AK4358VQ DSDDATA1(16)
DBCLK(17)
CH3: 64fs DLRCK(18)

(146)
(144)
(132)
(131)
(130)
(125)
(143)
(137)
DAC_FL/FR(133)
DAC_C/SW(134)
DAC_SL/SR(135)
DAC_SBL/SBR(136)
SDTI4(13)
CH4: 256fs SDTI3(16) e U1901
SDTI2(15) DSP
SDTI1(14) ADSP-21367
BICK(9)
LRCK(17)

45
BLOCK DIAGRAM

AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

SPDIF 1TXSPDIF
HDMI IN1 U1001(8U-310052) LRCK 1TXFS
1TX64FS U1903(8U-310052) U1902(8U-310052)
INPUT SWITCHER BCK
RECEIVER MCLK 1TXMCLK
ADV7840
I2S3 EPROM RAM
HDMI IN2 I2S2
I2S1 16MBIT 64MBIT
I2S0
RESONATOR KEY_MATRIX RESONATOR
HDMI IN3
1TXI2S0 ZTT16MHz FCX-03(16MHz)
1TXI2S0
1TXI2S1
1TXI2S1 DIN_FLFR
U1501(8U-310052) 1TXI2S2
1TXI2S2
1TXI2S3 DIN_CSW
HDMI IN4 TRANSMITTER 1TXI2S3
1TXMCLK
ADV7511 1TXMCLK DIN_SLSR
1TX64FS
1TX64FS DIN_SBLSBR U3102(8U-310052)
1TXFS
1TXFS U3301(8U-310052)
1TXSPDIF MAIN
HDMI OUT SUB
U1707(8U-310052) U1901(8U-310052) DATA MICOM COMMUNICATION
DIGITAL AUDIO DECODER FUNCTION MAIN - SUB MICOM HDMI CONT.
EPM3032A
ADSP21367 R5F64169DFD R5F3650TNFD
RDATA 512K 384K
DIR_RERR
DIR_AUDIO_VO
1TXSPDIF SLRCK DSPIN_64FS
SBCK TUNER CONT.
DSPIN_FS IPOD
DIGITAL IN 74VHCU04 74VHCU04 U1706(8U-310052) DIR LC89058W-E DIR_256FS
DIR_FS DSPOUT_64FS SIRIUS DSP AUDIO CONT.
DIR_64FS DSPOUT_FS 232C 74LVC157.
COAXIAL1
POWER CONT DIR CONT.
DEMO_
INPUT DATA LIMIT PLD CONT
DULATION
OPTICAL1 SELECTOR SELECTOR MUTE HDMI
&
RELAY CEC
LOCK
ZONE VOL HPD
DETECT
FL CONT
OSD DATA
ASDATA

XIN
<= DSPDATA
FCX-03(24.576MHz)
1911 ONLY

U2304(8U-310052)
DATA+/- H/P OUT
USB TCC8600
H/P L
GND
H/P R

U2305(8U-310052) DACMUTEZ2
DAC_256FS
DIR_64FS

DAC_64FS

SBL/SBR
Aout
DIR_FS

DAC_FS

FL/FR
SL/SR
AK4424ET

C/SW
MCLK
D/A RLCKo
BCKo
SPK OUT
ANA_FL Bypass
DSP_FL Tone
TONE
AUTO SETUP Tone+Mix FL

IC801(AV B'D)
MIC
INPUT SELECT & VOLUME ANA_FR Tone+Mix
R2A15220FP Tone
DSP_FR
ANALOG IN TONE
Bypass FR

DSP_C
C
CD

DVD/HDP DSP_SW
U2102(8U-310052)
TV/CBL SL
DAC
VCR(iPod) AK4358
DSP_SL
CDR/TAPE

SR
V.AUX
U2101(8U-310052)
ADC DSP_SR
AK5358
SBL

DSP_SBL

ZONE_L SBR
1911 ONLY

ZONE2
DSP_SBR
LINE OUT

ZONE_R
BI_AMP 5CH MODEL ONLY
SBL
ZONE2->SB ASSIGN
SBR
PRE OUT
SW

TUNER IN SB MUTE
TO MICOM

AM/FM FM/AM/HD TUNER PACK SW MUTE


ANT IN (ANALOG)

+5V
VCC

REMOTE
IN/OUT

RMC DATA
TO MICOM

RX
I-POD SN74HCT08 TO MICOM
TX

46
VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

HDMI 1.4VER REPEATER BLOCK


HDMI-1

HDMI-2 U1501(8U-310052)
AVR1611 ONLY ADV7511 HDMI
HDMI IN MONITOR OUT
HDMI Tx
HDMI-3 U1001(8U-310052)

ADV7840
HDMI Rx
HDMI-4
IC811(AV B'D)
DECODER
NJM2586M SIGNAL DET. DOUBLER
-6dB
6dB 75 -6dB 75
Y LOAD

6dB
75 75 -6dB 75
COMPONENT IN1 Cb LOAD
LOAD
IN

6dB
75 -6dB 75
Cr LOAD

OPEN

IC806(AV B'D) U1302(8U-310052)


MM74HC4053 ABT1030 U1303(8U-310052)
5 -6dB IC810(AV B'D)
1 4
6dB SIGNAL DET. IP CONV. & SCALER SD RAM
Y
S-VIDEO Y 75 LC74781 -6dB 75
DOCK C C LOAD
CLAMP OSD LOAD
IN
2 3

6dB

-6dB 75
LOAD
AVR1911 ONLY

VCC BLANK OUT

IC809(AV B'D) IC804(AV B'D)


TC4051BFT TC4052BFT
-6dB VEE

V-AUX

CVBS 75 CVBS
DVD 75 MONITOR OUT
IN LOAD

SAT/CBL

MONITOR OUT SELECT

47
VCC BLOCK DIAGRAM
MAIN +B

S1(AMP +B)

MAIN -B

7808 A+8.0V (Pre)

7805 DA+5.0V
S2(+8V,-8V)
7908 A-8.0V (Pre)

2388F09 A.TUNER+9.0V(E2/E1C/J)

2388F05 A.TUNER+5.0V(E3)
MAIN TRANS
7805 A.V+5.0V

S4(VIDEO)
7905 A.V-5.0V

-VKK

S5(-VKK)

FL AC (F1)
AC CORD S6(FILAMENT)
FL AC (F2)

PQ033 HD Radio+3.3V
CPUPOWER

DV5.0V

DV POWER1

3.3V
RELAY
CEC3.3V / HDMI Rx, Tx
D5V_POWER CEC POWER TK73333 / HDMI Rx

DV3.3V / VRS(ABT)

DV POWER1
NET3.3V / Microprocessor (TCC8600), ROM, RAM

NET POWER
DA3.3V / DSP, ROM, RAM, DIR, PLD

DA POWER

5.2V 1.8V
VCC CEC1.8 / HDMI Rx, Tx
D5V_POWER CEC POWER
DV1.8V / VRS(ABT)

DV POWER2

NET1.8V / Microprocessor (TCC8600)

NET POWER

USB5.0V / USB Bus

HVBUS_CTL
1.2V
DA1.2V / DSP
4 1

DA.POWER DA POWER
3 2
MAIN PWR ON
TK73333 M3.3V / Microprocessor (M32C)

TK73333 SCPU3.3V / Microprocessor (M32C)

CPUPOWER

48
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54
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
7CH-AMP (COMPONENT SIDE)

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

AGND
AGND

AGND

AGND
AGND
AGND
G401

SBL

SBR
7CH AMP B'D SBL A

FR
SR
WIRE

FL

SL
631010096006S

C
MTG
C/S DIP BONDING
CLAMP 400 G400 G401
BKT400
CP401
7020-06941-000-0S
R436
R427

WIRE WIRE J590 WIRE


SR BONDING BONDING

R514
BONDING

R686
C476

C472
R609
R600
C408

R610
R428

R557
C456
SL C424
FR WIRE R687
SBR Pb

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R440 R558 R601 BONDING G402
C440 R472
C

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R696
R715
R613

R699
R471 C504

R570

R527
R710

R716

R712

Q431

R713
R644

R566

R480

R711
D417
CLAMP 401 Q480

Q455

R653

Q479
C490
FL

R523

D418
FI

Q419

Q467

R695
D406

J591
R515

R643
R652
J589
D405

D435

D436
D412
Q443
C488

D442
D441
Q407

D424
OP ADJ

D411
R437

R656
TP403

R714
D430
Q468
C412

Q444 Q456 Q420


C410 VR402 WIRE WIRE

J401
C458 VR403 Q432 VR405

J427
VR404 C460 C444 C442 C428 C426 C492 C486 VR407 C508 C506 BONDING

J557
C474 VR406

J505

J531
BONDING
B

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R465
R583
VR401 Q408

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C470