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PSG1202015CE

A6

Blu-ray DiscTM Home Theater Sound System


Model No. SA-BTT190P
SA-BTT190PC
SA-BTT195P
SA-BTT195PC
SA-BTT196P
Vol.1
Product Color: (K)...Black Type

Notes: Please refer to the original service manual for:


• BD Mechanism Unit (BRS14P), Order No. PSG1201008CE
• Speaker system SB-BTT190P-K/PCK (For SA-BTT190P-K/PCK), Order No: PSG1202027CE
• Speaker system SB-BTT195P-K/PCK (For SA-BTT195P-K/PCK, SA-BTT196P-K), Order No:
PSG1202028CE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE PAGE
1 Safety Precautions----------------------------------------------- 3 2.4. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown
1.1. General Guidelines---------------------------------------- 3 prevention----------------------------------------------------9
1.2. Before Repair and Adjustment ------------------------- 4 3 Service Navigation --------------------------------------------- 10
1.3. Protection Circuitry ---------------------------------------- 4 3.1. Service Information -------------------------------------- 10
1.4. Caution For Fuse Replacement------------------------ 4 3.2. How to update the Firmware -------------------------- 11
1.5. Safety Part Information----------------------------------- 5 4 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------- 13
2 Warning -------------------------------------------------------------- 6 4.1. Others (Licences) ---------------------------------------- 14
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) 5 General/Introduction------------------------------------------- 17
to Electrostatic Sensitive (ES) Devices -------------- 6 5.1. VIERA Link™ “HDAVI Control™” -------------------- 17
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode------------------------------- 7 5.2. Enjoying BD-LIVE---------------------------------------- 18
2.3. Service caution based on Legal restrictions -------- 8 5.3. Enjoying 3D Video and Photos ----------------------- 18

© Panasonic Corporation 2012. All rights reserved.


Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation
of law.
5.4. Playable Media ------------------------------------------- 19 16 Block Diagram --------------------------------------------------- 84
5.5. File Extension Type Support (MP3/JPEG/ 16.1. System Control ------------------------------------------- 84
MKV/FLAC/WAV/MPO) --------------------------------- 20 16.2. Audio-------------------------------------------------------- 85
6 Location of Controls and Components------------------ 21 16.3. Power Supply(Main Section) ------------------------- 86
6.1. Remote Control Key Button Operations ------------ 21 17 Wiring Connection Diagram -------------------------------- 88
6.2. Main Unit Key Button Operations -------------------- 22 18 Schematic Diagram -------------------------------------------- 89
7 Installation Instructions--------------------------------------- 23 18.1. Schematic Diagram Notes ---------------------------- 89
7.1. Speaker Connection ------------------------------------- 23 18.2. Digital(Micon/Power) Circuit -------------------------- 91
7.2. Connection to a TV -------------------------------------- 23 18.3. Panel Circuit ---------------------------------------------- 97
7.3. FM Antenna Connection ------------------------------- 24 18.4. Power Button, Operation Button and AC Inlet
7.4. Connection to the Network ---------------------------- 24 Circuit ------------------------------------------------------- 99
7.5. Playing Back Contents on the DLNA Server 18.5. D-Amp Circuit-------------------------------------------- 100
(DLNA) ------------------------------------------------------ 25 18.6. SMPS Circuit--------------------------------------------- 103
7.6. Enjoying Network Service (NETFLIX, etc.) -------- 26 19 Printed Circuit Board----------------------------------------- 105
8 Operating Instructions ---------------------------------------- 27 19.1. Digital P.C.B. --------------------------------------------- 105
8.1. Taking out the Disc from Drive Unit when the 19.2. Panel, Power Button and Operation Button
Disc cannot be ejected by OPEN/CLOSE P.C.B. ------------------------------------------------------ 107
button-------------------------------------------------------- 27 19.3. D-Amp P.C.B. -------------------------------------------- 108
8.2. Using the iPod/iPhone ---------------------------------- 29 19.4. SMPS and AC Inlet P.C.B. --------------------------- 109
8.3. Easy Network Setting ----------------------------------- 31 20 Appendix Information of Schematic Diagram ------- 111
9 Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------- 33 20.1. Voltage & Waveform Chart --------------------------- 111
9.1. Special Mode Setting------------------------------------ 33 20.2. Illustration of ICs, Transistor and Diode----------- 116
9.2. Error Codes------------------------------------------------ 37 20.3. Terminal Function of ICs ------------------------------ 117
9.3. To enter into Service Mode ---------------------------- 40 21 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List---------- 119
10 Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 48 21.1. Exploded View and Mechanical replacement
10.1. Troubleshooting Guide for F61 and/or F76 -------- 48 Part List --------------------------------------------------- 119
11 Service Fixture & Tools --------------------------------------- 51 21.2. Electrical Replacement Part List -------------------- 125
12 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 52
12.1. Screw Type ------------------------------------------------ 52
12.2. Disassembly Flow Chart-------------------------------- 53
12.3. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations ----------- 54
12.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet--------------------------- 55
12.5. Replacement of Tray Ornament ---------------------- 56
12.6. Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly ----- 58
12.7. Disassembly of Operation Button P.C.B. ----------- 59
12.8. Disassembly of Power Button P.C.B.---------------- 60
12.9. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B. -------------------------- 61
12.10. Disassembly of Rear Panel---------------------------- 61
12.11. Disassembly of Fan Unit ------------------------------- 62
12.12. Disassembly of Digital P.C.B. ------------------------- 63
12.13. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B. ------------------------ 64
12.14. Replacement of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100/
IC5200/IC5300)------------------------------------------- 65
12.15. Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B. ----------------------- 67
12.16. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B. ------------------------- 68
12.17. Replacement of Switching Regulator IC
(IC5701) ---------------------------------------------------- 69
12.18. Replacement of Diode (D5702) ---------------------- 71
12.19. Replacement of Diode (D5802) ---------------------- 73
12.20. Replacement of Diode (D5803) ---------------------- 74
12.21. Disassembly of BD Mechanism Unit
(BRS14P) -------------------------------------------------- 75
13 Service Position ------------------------------------------------- 77
13.1. Checking and Repairing Panel P.C.B. -------------- 77
13.2. Checking & Repairing Digital P.C.B.----------------- 78
13.3. Checking and Repairing D-Amp P.C.B.------------- 79
13.4. Checking & Repairing of SMPS P.C.B. ------------- 80
14 Measurements and Adjustments -------------------------- 82
14.1. Standard Inspection Specifications after
Making Repairs ------------------------------------------- 82
15 Overall Simplified Block Diagram ------------------------- 83

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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. 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.
2. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
3. After servicing, carry out the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

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

(This “Safety Precaution” is applied only in U.S.A.)


1. Before servicing, unplug the power cord to prevent an electric shock.
2. When replacing parts, use only manufacturer’s recommended components for safety.
3. Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident.
4. After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, etc.
5. Before returning the serviced equipment to the customer, be sure to make the following insulation resistance test to prevent
the customer from being exposed to a shock hazard.

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.
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.

Figure 1

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1.2. Before Repair and Adjustment
Disconnect AC power to discharge unit AC Capacitors as such (C5700, C5702, C5703, C5704, C5705, C5706, C5709) through a
10 Ω, 10 W resistor to ground.
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 NO SIGNAL mode at volume minimum should be ~ 600 mA.

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. Caution For Fuse Replacement

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1.5. Safety Part Information
Safety Parts List:
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety.
These parts are marked by ( ) in the Schematic Diagrams & Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these critical parts
should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the original design
without permission of manufacturer.

Safety Ref No. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
6 REXX1186-J 1P RED WIRE (AC INLET-SMPS)
7 REXX1187-J 1P BLACK WIRE (AC INLET-SMPS)
10 RGR0428D-A1 REAR PANEL BTT190P
10 RGR0428D-B1 REAR PANEL BTT190P
C
10 RGR0428D-C1 REAR PANEL BTT195P
10 RGR0428D-D1 REAR PANEL BTT195P
C
10 RGR0428D-K REAR PANEL BTT196P
17 RKM0668-K1 TOP CABINET
A2 K2CB2CB00021 AC CORD
A3 VQT3X51 O/I BOOK (En) BTT190P
/PC,
BTT195P
/PC
A3 VQT3X51-1 O/I BOOK (En) BTT196P
A3 VQT3X52 O/I BOOK (Cf) BTT190P
C,
BTT195P
C
PCB6 REP4740A SMPS P.C.B. (RTL)
PCB7 REP4740A AC INLET P.C.B. (RTL)
DZ5701 ERZV10V511CS ZNR
L5701 ELF19H520E LINE FILTER
L5702 ELF19H520E LINE FILTER
T5701 ETS40BD15GAD MAIN TRANSFORMER
T5751 ETS19AB2E6AG SUB TRANSFORMER
T6100 G4D1A0000142 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER
PC5702 B3PBA0000503 PHOTO COUPLER
PC5720 B3PBA0000503 PHOTO COUPLER
PC5799 B3PBA0000503 PHOTO COUPLER
PC5901 B3PBA0000503 PHOTO COUPLER
F1 K5D602APA008 FUSE
TH5702 D4CAA2R20001 THERMISTOR
P5701 K2AB2B000007 AC INLET
R5700 ERJ8GEYJ155V 1.5M 1/4W
R5701 ERJ8GEYJ155V 1.5M 1/4W
C5700 F1BAF1020020 1000pF
C5702 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF
C5703 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF
C5704 F1BAF1020020 1000pF
C5705 F1BAF1020020 1000pF
C5706 F1BAF471A013 470pF
C5709 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatic Sensitive
(ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor “chip” components. 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).

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2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode

Caution:
This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned “on”, invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pickup lens.
Wavelength: 790 nm (CDs)/660 nm (DVDs)/405 nm (BDs)
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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2.3. Service caution based on Legal restrictions
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)

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%

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2.4. 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.

2.4.1. Worktable grounding


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

2.4.2. Human body grounding


• Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity form your body.

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3 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 the original ser-
vice manual.

• Digital Circuitries:
1) This service manual does not contain the following information, due to the impossibility of servicing at component level.

O Schematic Diagram, Block Diagram of Digital Circuitries on Digital P.C.B..


O Replacement Parts List for individual parts of Digital Circuitries on Digital P.C.B..
O Exploded View and Replacement Parts of individual parts of BD Mechanism Unit.

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3.2. How to update the Firmware
The firmware of the unit may be renewed to improve the quality including operational performance and playability. Make sure to
refer the following procedure when performing version-up.

3.2.1. Confirmation of the Firmware Version


Perform following steps to checking the firmware version currently installed in the unit.
1. Turn the unit on and wait the Home screen is displayed.
2. Select [Others] → [Setup] → [System] → [System Information] → [Firmware Version Information].
3. Firmware Version Information screen is displayed.

3.2.2. Updating Firmware


This unit has 2 updating method, one way to update via the internet, the other way to update using CD-R or USB device which is
stored pre-downloaded firmware update file.

3.2.2.1. Updating firmware via the internet

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3.2.2.2. Updating firmware using the USB device
When updating firmware using USB device, perform following procedures.
(When using CD-R instead of USB device, perform same procedures)

1. Download the latest firmware file of the unit.


The latest firmware required for version-up can be downloaded from “Support Information from NWBG/VDBG-PAVC” web-site
in “TSN system”.
Click file name to download.
After download, click file to decompress. (Total: 1 file).
2. Decompress the downloaded file.
The decompressed file will be named as follows.
File Name: PANA_DVD.FRM
Copy the file to root folder of the USB device.
(If using CD-R instead of USB device, burn the file to a blank CD-R by writing software.)

3. Update the unit.

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4 Specifications
Solder:
This model uses lead free solder (PbF).
Main unit
OGENERAL
Power consumption: 83 W
Power Consumption in standby mode:
Approx. 0.05 W
Power supply: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Dimensions (W×H×D): 430 mm × 47 mm × 263 mm
(1615/16”×155/64”×1023/64”)
Mass (Weight): Approx. 2.4 kg (5.3 lbs)
Operating temperature range: 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Operating humidity range:
35 % to 80 % RH (no condensation)

OAMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS Total Power Output: 1000 W
1 kHz, 10% total harmonic distortion
FRONT: 160 W per channel (3 Ω) Refer to their respective original service manuals for *1.
CENTER: 160 W per channel (3 Ω)
SURROUND: 160 W per channel (3 Ω)
100 Hz, 10% total harmonic distortion
SUBWOOFER: 200 W per channel (3 Ω)

FTC Total Power Output: 430 W


120 Hz to 20 kHz, 1.0% total harmonic distortion
FRONT: 60 W per channel (3 Ω)
CENTER: 90 W per channel (3 Ω)
SURROUND: 60 W per channel (3 Ω)
45 Hz to 120 Hz, 1.0% total harmonic distortion
SUBWOOFER: 100 W (3 Ω)

Audio Input AUX × 1


Digital Audio Input Optical × 1
Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Audio Format: PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS

OFM TUNER SECTION


Frequency range:
87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step),
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step)
Antenna terminals: 75 Ω (unbalanced)

OTERMINAL SECTION
USB Slot: USB2.0: 2 system
SD card slot: Connector: 1 system
Ethernet:
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX 1 system

OVIDEO SECTION
Signal system: NTSC
HDMI AV Output*
Output connector: Type A (19 pin)

LASER Specification
Class 1 LASER Product
Wave length:
790 nm (CDs) / 660 nm (DVDs) / 405 nm (BDs)
Laser power:
No hazardous radiation is emitted with the safety protection
* This unit supports “HDAVI Control 5” function.

Note:
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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4.1. Others (Licences)

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5 General/Introduction
5.1. VIERA Link™ “HDAVI Control™”

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5.2. Enjoying BD-LIVE

5.3. Enjoying 3D Video and Photos

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5.4. Playable Media

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5.5. File Extension Type Support (MP3/JPEG/MKV/FLAC/WAV/MPO)

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6 Location of Controls and Components
6.1. Remote Control Key Button Operations

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6.2. Main Unit Key Button Operations

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7 Installation Instructions
Turn off all equipment before connection and read the appropriate operating instructions.
Do not connect the AC power supply cord until all other connections are completed.

7.1. Speaker Connection

7.2. Connection to a TV

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7.3. FM Antenna Connection

7.4. Connection to the Network

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7.5. Playing Back Contents on the DLNA Server (DLNA)

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7.6. Enjoying Network Service (NETFLIX, etc.)

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8 Operating Instructions
8.1. Taking out the Disc from Drive Unit when the Disc cannot be ejected by
OPEN/CLOSE button
8.1.1. Forcible Disc Eject

8.1.2. When the Disc Eject can not be done


1. Turn off the power and pull out AC cord.
2. Put the unit so that bottom can be seen.
3. Insert paper clips, etc. into the hole on the bottom of Drive and slide the paper clips, etc. in the direction of the arrow to eject
tray slightly.

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4. Gently pull out the tray.
5. Remove disc.

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8.2. Using the iPod/iPhone

8.2.1. iPod /iPhone Connection

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8.2.2. iPod /iPhone Playback

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8.3. Easy Network Setting

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9 Service Mode
9.1. Special Mode Setting
9.1.1. Special Mode Table 1
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description
Rating password The audiovisual level setting password is While the unit is on, press and
initialized to Level 8. hold [OK], [B] and [Y] on the
remote control at the same time
for more than 5 seconds.
- "00 RET" is displayed on the
unit's display.
Repeatedly press [ ] on the
remote control or [POWER] on
the unit until "03 VL" is
displayed on the unit's display.
Press [OK] on the remote control
or [OPEN/CLOSE] on the unit.

Service Mode Setting every kind of modes for servicing. Turn the power off.
*Details are described in 9.3 Service Mode Press the [5] [9] and [R] button
simultaneously for five seconds,
then [70 RET] is displayed on
FL.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to
select until [80 SRV] is displayed
on FL.
SERV Press the [OK] button.
*The command is transmitted
by attached remote control.

BD-ROM history <Persistent Storage> of BD-ROM standard When the power is on, disc is not in
cleaning is cleaned. tray, press [STOP] and [POWER]
Screen display: [The history has been (Remote Controller) keys
cleared] is displayed for five seconds. simultaneously for 5 seconds.
Same display as before
execution.

Forced disc eject Removing a disc that cannot be ejected. While the unit is off, press and
The tray will open and unit will shift to P-off hold [OK], [B] and [Y] on the
mode. remote control at the same time
While Demonstration Lock is being set, this for more than 5 seconds.
Forced disc eject function is not accepted. - "00 RET" is displayed on the
unit's display.
Repeatedly press [ ] on the
remote control or [POWER] on
the unit until "06 FTO" is
displayed on the unit's display.
Press [OK] on the remote control
or [OPEN/CLOSE] on the unit.

Forced power-off When the power button is not effective while Display in P-off mode. Press [POWER] over than 10
power is ON, turn off the power forcibly. seconds.

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9.1.2. Special Mode Table 2
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description Front Key
Aging Perform sequence of modes as * Aging Display following the mode. Turn the power on.
Description shown below continually.
Press the [5] [9] and [R] button
with disc in simultaneously
for five seconds, then [70 RET]
is displayed on FL.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to
select until [81 AIG] is displayed
on FL.
Press the [OK] button.
*The command is transmitted by
attached remote control.

NOTE 1:
If the unit has hung-up because of
pressing keys for over 10 seconds,
once turn off the power, and
re-execute this command.
*When releasing Aging mode, press
[POWER] key over 4 seconds.

NOTE 2:
This mode will be invalid if there is
no disc in the tray.

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9.1.3. Special Mode Table 3
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description Front Key
Default setting The date of Menu, Mode and EEPROM While the unit is off, press and hold
setting, etc. is set to the default condition in [OK], [B] and [Y] on the remote
factory. control at the same time for more
than 5 seconds.
- "00 RET" is displayed on the
unit's display.
Repeatedly press [ ] on the
remote control or [POWER] on
the unit until "08 FIN" is
“HELLO” is displayed 10 seconds. displayed on the unit's display.
Press and hold [OK] on the
remote control or [OPEN/
CLOSE] on the unit for at least
3 seconds.
Progressive The progressive setting is initialized to When the power is on, press and
initialization Interlace. hold [OK], [B] and [Y] on the remote
control at the same time for more
than 5 seconds. - "00 RET" is
displayed on the unit's display.
Repeatedly press [R] on the
remote control or [POWER] on the
unit until "04 PRG" is displayed on
the unit's display.
Press and hold [G] on the
remote control or [OPEN/CLOSE]
on the unit.
Micro-P version To check for main & sub firmware version FL Display When the power is on, press &
check no., model no. & date of production. hold [SKIP REV] on remote control
(1) follow by [POWER] on main unit.
T: 017
Timer version

(2) ROM 06
ROM

(3) MV 1120
Main Firmware

(4) P 1120
Sub Firmware

(5) D 0104
Drive Version

(6) R1:41:00
For Debug Purpose Only

(7) POW ON
For Debug Purpose Only

(8) LADR:14:05
For Debug Purpose Only

(9) PADR:30:00
For Debug Purpose Only

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9.1.4. Special Mode Table 4
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description Front Key

(10) DEST: P
(For PC DEST: PC)
Destination Code

(11) ERR: NONE


Error

(12) P0:FF:90
For Debug Purpose Only

(13) P1:2F:CC
For Debug Purpose Only

(14) P2:FF:20
For Debug Purpose Only

(15) P3:ED:06
For Debug Purpose Only

(16) P4:BE:53
For Debug Purpose Only

(17) P5:F6:OD
For Debug Purpose Only

(18) P6:AF:10
For Debug Purpose Only

(19) P7:CF:30
For Debug Purpose Only

(20) P8:03:EE
For Debug Purpose Only

(21) P9:EB:2D
For Debug Purpose Only

(22) P10:CE:20
For Debug Purpose Only

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9.2. Error Codes
Self-Diagnostic Function provides information for error to service personnel by Self-Diagnosis Display when any error has occurred.
U**, H** and F** are stored in my memory and held.
• You can check latest error code by transmitting [0] [1] of Remote Control in Service Mode.
Automatic Display on FL will be cancelled when the power is turned off or AC input is turned off during self-diagnosis display is
ON.

9.2.1. Error Code Table 1 (For BD)


Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display
U30 Remote control code error Display appears when main unit and remote No display
controller codes are not matched.

* is remote controller code of the


main unit.
Display for 5 seconds.
U59 Abnormal inner temperature Display appears when the drive temperature No display
detected exceeds 70°C.
The power is turned off forcibly.
For 30 minutes after this, all key entries are
"U59" is displayed for 30 minutes.
disabled. (Fan motor operates at the highest
speed for the first 5 minutes. For the
remaining 25 minutes, fan motor is also
stopped.) The event is saved in memory as
well.
U71 HDMI incompatible error Display this error when the equipment No display
(HDMI incompatible) (compatible with DVI such as TV, amplifier
etc.) connected to the unit by HDMI is
incompatible with HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection).
U72 HDMI connection error Display this error when there are any No display
(communication error) communication problems with the unit and
the equipments (TV, amplifier, ect.)
connected to the unit by HDMI (or when
there is a problem with the HDMI cable). "U72" display disappears when
The display disappears only when the error has been solved by Power
connection is released. Neither the button OFF/ON of connecting equipment
operation nor the passage of the fixed time or by inserting/removing of HDMI
disappear the display. cable.

U73 HDMI connection error When authentication error occurs while the No display
(authentication error) equipments (TV, amplifier, etc.) are
connected by HDMI (or when there is a
problem with the HDMI cable).
The display disappears only when the "U73" display disappears when
connection is released. Neither the button error has been solved by Power
operation nor the passage of the fixed time OFF/ON of connecting equipment
disappear the display. or by inserting/removing of HDMI
cable.
U76 Connection error This error is displayed when equipment such No display
as TVs or amplifiers connected to the unit
with the HDMI cable do not correspond to the
copyright protection. (The BD/DVD video
where the copyright is protected cannot be
played.)
U77 Illegal disc error This error is displayed when it becomes No display
impossible to reproduce because of copyright
illegal information.

U88 Restoration is operation. This error is displayed when there is a disc in No display
(When the disc is in the disc the disc tray or abnormality is confirmed
tray) during playback. It is shown that the
restoration to return the main unit operation
normally is operating. It becomes possible to Display for 30 seconds.
use as soon as not the breakdown but the
U88 display disappears.
H19 No working Fan Motor Preserves the Error record in case the Fan No display No display
Motor doesn't work at the time of Power-On.

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9.2.2. Error Code Table 2 (For BD)
Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display
F00 No error information Initial setting for error code in memory (Error No display No display
code Initialization is possible with error code
initialization and main unit initialization).

F34 Initialization error When initialization error is detected after starting No display
up main microprocessor, the power is
turned off automatically. The event is saved in
memory.

F58 Drive hardware error When drive unit error is detected, the event is No display No display
saved in memory.

F74 HDMI Device Key This error is displayed when the information No display
Communication error error is occurred at HDMI device key loading. F74

F75 HDMI Device Key This error is displayed when the key of loaded No display
Loading error is illegal at HDMI device key loading. F75

F99 Hang-up Displayed when communication error has No display


occurred between Main microprocessor and F99
Timer microprocessor.
"F99" is displayed utill the
[POWER] key is pressed.

UNSUP- Unsupported disc error *An unsupported format disc was played, “This disc is
PORT although the drive starts normally. incompatible.” UNSUPPORT
*The data format is not supported, although
the media type is supported.
It is displayed for 5 seconds.
*Exceptionally in case of the disc is dirty.
The character indication flows
sideways.

NO READ Disc read error *A disc is flawed or dirty. “Cannot read.


*A poor quality failed to start. Please check the No READ
*The track information could not be read. disc.”

HARD Drive error The drive detected a hard error. “BD drive error.”
ERR HARD ERR

It is displayed for 5 seconds.


The character indication flows
sideways.

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9.2.3. Error Code Table 3 (For BD)
Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display
SELF Restoration operation Since the power cord fell out during a No display
CHECK powerfailure or operation, it is under SELF CHECK
restoration operation.
*It will OK, if a display disappears
automatically. If a display does not
disappear, there isthe possibility that
defective Digital P.C.B. /BD drive.
PLEASE Unit is in termination Unit is in termination process now. No display
WAIT process BYE is displayed and power will be turned off. PLEASE WAIT
The character indication flows
sideways.
UNFOR- Unformatted disc error The error is displayed when the unformatted No display
MAT DVD-RAM/DVD-RW or the DVD-RW UNFORMAT
recorded by another make of recorder is
inserted. This disc is not formatted properly.
You have inserted an unformatted DVD-RAM Format the disc in DISC
or DVD-RW that is unformatted or Management
recordedon other equipment.

No PLAY When there is a viewing Rating password is set. No display


restriction on a BD-Video No PLAY
or DVD-Video.

9.2.4. Error Code Table 4 (Power Supply & Digital Amplifier)

Error
Diagnosis Contents Description of error Automatic FL Display Remarks
Code

F61 The abnormalities In normal operation, when DCDET2 goes Press [ STOP] on main
in an output or power to "L" (Low) (Not during POWER OFF unit for next error.
supply circuit of condition), F61 appears on FLDisplay
POWER AMP for 1 second and PCONT goes to
"L" (Low).This is due to speaker output
Fan unit & its has DC voltage or fan is not working.
circuitries

F76 Abnormality in the In normal operation when DCDET1 is Press [ STOP] on main
output voltage of detected "L" (Low) for two consecutive unit for next error.
stabilized power times, F76 is displayed on FL for
supply 1 second and after that PCONT will be
turned to "L" (Low). This is due to any of
the DC voltages (+9V, +7V, -7V, +5V,
+5.3V etc.) not available.

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9.3. To enter into Service Mode
The following are the procedures to enter into service mode:
1. Turn the power off.
2. Press the [5] [9] and [R] button simultaneously for five seconds, then [70 RET] is displayed on FL.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select until [80 SRV] is displayed on FL.
4. Press the [OK] button.
5. It is displayed on FL as [SERV].: it is shown to have entered the service mode.
6. The command is transmitted by attached remote control
Method of making clear service mode: Press the power button (power off).
The display of information to each command is as follows.
NOTE:
Do not use it excluding the designated command.

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9.3.1. Service Mode Table 1

9.2. Error Code.

6. BOOT2 version
7. BOOT3 version

Checking whether the drive is applicable When the drive is applicable drive.
drive or not

When the drive is not applicable


drive.

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9.3.2. Service Mode Table 2
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Mechanism. When BD Mechanism is OK

When BD Mechanism is NG

Laser Used Time Check laser used time (hours) of BD Press [4] [1] in service mode.
Indication Mechanism.
******
(******) is the used time display in
hour.
Laser used time of BD/DVD/CD in
Playback/Recording mode is
Counted.

1. Blu-ray Playback:

BP ****
2. Blu-ray Recordiing:

BR ****
3. DVD Playback:

DP ****

4. DVD Recording:

DR ****

5. CD:

CD ****

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9.3.3. Service Mode Table 3
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
BD Mechanism last error BD Mechanism error code display. 1. Error Number is displayed for 5 Press [4] [2] in service mode.
seconds.

NO ****
2. Time when the error has occurred
is display for 5 seconds.

YYMMDD

DD : Day
hh : Hour
mm : Minute
3. Last drive error (1/2) is displayed
for 5 seconds.

******
00 : Bad disc
03 : Bad disc
04 : Bad disc or drive malfunction
4. Last drive error (2/2) is displayed
for five seconds.

******
5. Error occurring disc type is dis-
played for 5 seconds.

DVDRW

CDR

CDRW

DVDPR

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9.3.4. Service Mode Table 4
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)

BD-ROM (Multiple layer)

BD X ROM

BD-RE (Multiple layer)

BD X RE

BD-R (Multiple layer)

BD X R

6. Disc maker ID is displayed for 5 In case that the maker cannot be


seconds. identified, display is blackout.

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9.3.5. Service Mode Table 5
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
7. Factor of drive error (hexadeci-
mal) occurring is left displayed.

&&

8. When the last error doesn’t exist

NO DATA

CEC (H) output Check of the CEC terminal high output Press [5] [5] in service mode.
of HDMI.

CECHOK

CECHNG

CEC (L) output Check of the CEC terminal low output Press [5] [6] in service mode.
of HDMI.

CECLOK

CECLNG

Manufacturing Date Read out the manufacturing date of the unit. Press [6] [1] in service mode.

YY: Year
MM: Month
DD: Date

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9.3.6. Service Mode Table 6
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Drive adjustment Initialize the drive going to factory production Press[7][1]in service mode.
value initialization adjustment values. DP

DP * ***
**** : password digits Write remote control number key
((4) (5) (3) (6)) perform the initialization.
Initializing:

DINI
Successful adjustment value
initialization and automatic
adjustment time :

DINIOK
Failed at initialization and automatic
adjustment adjustment :

DINING
When you enter the wrong
password service mode initially
(SERV __ __) to return.

Tray OPEN/CLOSE The tray is opened and closed repeatedly. Press [9] [1] in service mode
Test *When releasing this mode, press
the [POWER] button of Remote
*is number of open/close cycle Controller.
times.
Delete the Laser Laser used time stored in the memory of the Press [9] [5] in service mode.
Used Time unit is deleted.
CLR
Delete the Last Delete the Last Drive Error information stored Press [9] [6] in service mode.
Drive Error on the BD Mechanism.
CLR
Delete the Error Delete Error History information stored on the Press [9] [7] in service mode.
History unit.
Release Service Mode and turns the Power
CLR
off
Initialization of Error Initialization of the last error code held by Press [9] [8] in service mode.
code timer (Write in F00) last error code information
stored by timer is deleted (write in F00)
CLR
Initialization of Service Last Drive Error, Error history and Error Press [9] [9] in service mode.
mode Codes stored on the unit are initialized to fac-
tory setting.
CLR
Release Service mode Display in STOP. Press power button on the front
panel or Remote controller in
service mode.

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9.3.7. Service Mode Table 7

Sales Demonstration
lock/unlock

*When press [OPEN/CLOSE] key


while the tray being locked.

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10 Troubleshooting Guide
10.1. Troubleshooting Guide for F61 and/or F76
Symptom(s) Checking items Possible Fault(s) Remarks
Set cannot Power ON: 1 Photocoupler PC5702, 1 PC5702/PC5799 solder crack, 1) Refer to Fig. 1. SMPS P.C.B.
Condition 1: PC5799 dry joint , short circuit, open 2) Refer to Schematic Diagram of
With Standby LED on circuit, etc SMPS Circuit (Item 18.7)
2 Switching IC IC5701 2 Faulty IC5701, pin 1 and 2
shorted, VCC short to GND, etc
3 Switching IC IC5799 3 Faulty IC5799, pin 5 and 7
shorted, VCC short to GND, etc
Condition 2: 1 AC cord 1 Faulty AC cord, loose
With Standby LED Off connection
or flickering 2 AC Inlet P5701 2 P5701 solder crack, dry joint
etc
3 Fuse F1 3 F1 Fuse open

Set can Power ON 1 Transformer T5701 1a Pin 11/12 shorted to pin 9 Refer to Schematic Diagram of
then F61 1b Pin 15 shorted to pin 14 SMPS Circuit (Item 18.7) for
terminal pin count on primary and
secondary terminals
2 Photocoupler PC5720 2 Solder crack, dry joint, short Refer to Fig. 1. SMPS P.C.B.
circuit, open circuit, etc

Set can Power ON 1 DC-DC circuit 1a L2902 Open (no input to 1) Refer to Fig. 2. Digital P.C.B.
then F76 IC2901) 2) Refer to Schematic diagram of
1b Faulty IC2901 (no output Digital (Micon/Power) Circuit
voltage at pin 10 and 11) (Item 18.2)

1c Faulty Q2902 and Q2903


(regulator)
1d L2908 open (No DC +5V)
2 SMPS FFC loose 2 Check FFC connection/ Refer to Fig. 1. SMPS P.C.B.
alignment from SMPS (JW2)
to Digital (CN2309)
3 Regulator Circuit 3a No +3.3V output at LB2300 & 1) Refer to Fig. 2. Digital P.C.B.
LB2302 (open circuit) 2) Refer to Schematic diagram of
3b No +5V at LB2303, LB2304, Digital (Micon/Power) Circuit
LB2306 (open circuit) (Item 18.2)
3c No -7V output (D2306, Q2303
faulty)
3d No +3.3V output at LB2301
(open) & IC2302 faulty
4 FL Panel (No Display) 4a No +12V input to T6100 (Pin 1)
4b Faulty T6100, no output at
Pin 8 & 9 (F+, F-)
4c No -9V output due to open
circuit at L6100
Set can Power ON 1 Thermal Diode D5802 1a Improper contact between Refer to Fig. 1. SMPS P.C.B.
working normally for D5802 to heatsink
sometime then F61 1b OTP (thermal) protection
trigger prematurely

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10.1.1. SMPS P.C.B.

Photocoupler:
PC5702, D5799
Switching IC: IC5799 JW2

Diode: D5802
Switching IC: IC5701 Transformer: T5701
Photocoupler: PC5720

Fig 1. SMPS P.C.B.

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10.1.2. Digital P.C.B.

(Side A of Digital P.C.B.)

IC2901
Transistor : Q2902

D2306, LB2300, LB2302, LB2303

Transistor : Q2903

IC2302, LB2301

(Side B of Digital P.C.B.)

Inductor : L2902

Inductor : L2908

Fig 2. Digital P.C.B.

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11 Service Fixture & Tools
Prepare service tools before process service position.

Ref. No Service Tools Remarks


SFT1 Digital P.C.B. (P59301) - Panel P.C.B. (P6801), RFKZ0216 (23P) [SPG]
Digital P.C.B. (CN2303) - D-Amp P.C.B. (CN5402)
SFT2 Digital P.C.B. (CN2309) - SMPS P.C.B. (JW2) RFKZ0323 (9P) [SPG]
SFT3 Digital P.C.B. (CN2304) - Panel P.C.B. (P6001) RFKZ0327 (15P) [SPG]

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12 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
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)

• During disassembly and assembly, please ensure proper service tools, equipment 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
• Replacement of Tray Ornament
• Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly
• Disassembly of Operation Button P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Power Button P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Rear Panel
• Disassembly of Fan Unit
• Disassembly of Digital P.C.B.
• Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
• Replacement of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100/IC5200/IC5300)
• Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B.
• Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.
• Replacement of Switching Regulator IC (IC5701)
• Replacement of Diode (D5702)
• Replacement of Diode (D5802)
• Replacement of Diode (D5803)
• Disassembly of BD Mechanism Unit (BRS14P)

12.1. Screw Type

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12.2. Disassembly Flow Chart

Main Unit

12.4. Top Cabinet 12.5. Tray Ornament

12.6. Front Panel Block 12.21. BD Mechanism


12.10. Rear Panel
Assembly Unit (BRS14P)

12.11. Fan Unit 12.7. Operation Button


P.C.B.

12.8. Power Button


12.12. Digital P.C.B.
P.C.B.

12.13. D-Amp P.C.B. 12.9. Panel P.C.B.

12.14. Digital Amplifier IC


(IC5100/IC5200/IC5300)

12.15. AC Inlet P.C.B.

12.16. SMPS P.C.B.

12.17. Switching
Regulator IC (IC5701)

12.18. Diode (D5702)

12.19. Diode (D5802)

12.20. Diode (D5803)

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

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12.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet Step 4 Slightly lift both sides of the Top Cabinet in an outward
direction about 30°.
Step 1 Remove 2 screws.
Caution: Ensure that the angle from the Top Cabinet to bot-
tom chassis is not greater than 30°.

Step 2 Remove 3 screws.

Step 3 Slightly pull both sides of the Top Cabinet as diagram


shown.

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Step 5 Press the catches and remove the Top Cabinet as arrow 12.5. Replacement of Tray Ornament
shown in sequence.
Step 1 Use a Paper Clip and insert into the hole on the bottom
Caution: Avoid touching electrical components when the
hand is inserted under the Top Cabinet. of the unit.
Step 2 Push the Paper Clip sideway in the direction of the
arrow to eject Tray.

Step 3 Slide the Tray out as direction of arrow.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Top Cabinet's


catches is fully inserted into the Front Panel.

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Step 4 Release 2 catches. Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Tray Orna-
Caution: During assembling, ensure that Tray Ornament is ment's guide rib is fully catched onto the Tray.
inserted & fully catched onto the Tray.

Step 5 Remove the Tray Ornament in the direction of arrow.

Step 6 Slide the Tray in fully.

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12.6. Disassembly of Front Panel Step 3 Release the 3 tabs at the Bottom Chassis.
Caution: Do not exert strong force when releasing the tabs.
Block Assembly
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to "Replacement of Tray Ornament".

Step 1 Detach 3P Cable at the connector (CN2305) on Digital


P.C.B..

Step 2 Release the 2 tabs at each side of the Front Panel Block
Assembly in the direction of arrow. Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Front Panel
Block Assembly is properly inserted and fully catched
onto Bottom Chassis

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Step 4 Remove the Front Panel Block Assembly. Step 2 Release 3P Wire from the ribs of the Front Panel Block
Assembly.
Caution: During assembling, dressed the 3P Wire into the
ribs of Front Panel Block Assembly.

12.7. Disassembly of Operation But-


ton P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to "Replacement of Tray Ornament".
Step 3 Lift up the Operation Button P.C.B..
• Refer to "Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly".
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Operation
Button P.C.B. is properly located and fully seated onto
Step 1 Remove 2 screws. Front Panel Block Assembly.

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Step 4 Desolder 3P Wire at the cable holder (H6001) on Oper- Step 2 Release 3P Wire from the ribs of the Front Panel Block
ation Button P.C.B.. Assembly.
Step 5 Remove Operation Button P.C.B.. Caution: During assembling, dressed the 3P Wire into the
ribs of Front Panel Block Assembly.

Step 3 Lift up the Power Button P.C.B..


12.8. Disassembly of Power Button
P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to “Replacement of Tray Ornament”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.

Step 1 Remove 1 screw.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that Power Button


P.C.B. is properly located and fully seated onto Front Panel
Block Assembly.

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Step 4 Desolder 3P Wire at the cable holder (H6500) on Power Step 5 Remove 4 screws.
Button P.C.B.. Step 6 Remove the Panel P.C.B..
Step 5 Remove the Power Button P.C.B..

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Panel P.C.B.


is properly located & fully seated onto the Bottom Chassis.

12.9. Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to "Replacement of Tray Ornament".
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.

Step 1 Detach 5P FFC at the connector (P6805) on Panel


P.C.B..
Step 2 Detach 5P FFC at the connector (P6804) on Panel
P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 23P Bridge Connector at the connector 12.10. Disassembly of Rear Panel
(P59301) on Digital P.C.B..
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”
Step 4 Detach 15P Bridge Connector at the connector
(CN2304) on Digital P.C.B..
Step 1 Remove 10 screws.

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Step 2 Release 2 tabs at each side of the Rear Panel in the 12.11. Disassembly of Fan Unit
direction of arrow.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”

Step 1 Detach the 3P Fan Wire at connector (CN5401) on Dig-


ital P.C.B..

Step 3 Remove the Rear Panel.


Step 2 Remove 2 screws.
Step 3 Lift up to remove the Fan Unit.

Caution: During assembling, ensure the Fan Unit is placed


correctly as shown below.

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12.12. Disassembly of Digital P.C.B. Step 3 Detach 4P FFC at the connector (P55006) on Digital
P.C.B..
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
Step 4 Detach 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Digital
P.C.B..
Caution: If the Digital P.C.B. and/or Mechanism Unit is
exchanged, the drive adjustment is required because of Step 5 Detach 3P Cable at the connector (CN2305) on Digital
the adjustment data is stored in the Digital P.C.B.. Perform P.C.B..
the drive adjustment accordance with Section 14 "When Step 6 Detach 3P Fan Wire at the connector (CN5401) on Dig-
Replacing the Mechanism Unit and/or Digital P.C.B.". ital P.C.B..
Step 1 Remove 8 screws.

Step 2 Release 2 tabs at each side of the Rear Panel in the


direction of arrow.

Step 7 Detach 23P Bridge Connector at the connector


(P59301) on Digital P.C.B..
Step 8 Detach 15P Bridge Connector at the connector
(CN2304) on Digital P.C.B..
Step 9 Detach 9P Bridge Connector at the connector (CN2309)
on Digital P.C.B..
Step 10 Detach 23P Bridge Connector at the connector
(CN2303) on Digital P.C.B..

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Step 11 Remove 4 screws. Step 2 Release 2 tabs at each side of the Rear Panel in the
Step 12 Remove the Digital P.C.B.. direction of arrow.

Step 3 Detach 23P Bridge connector at the connector


(CN2303) on Digital P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Digital P.C.B. Step 4 Detach 4P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-Amp
is properly located & fully seated onto the Bottom Chassis. P.C.B..

12.13. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 8 screws.

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Step 5 Remove 2 screws. 12.14. Replacement of Digital Ampli-
Step 6 Remove the D-Amp P.C.B..
fier IC (IC5100/IC5200/IC5300)
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.”.

12.14.1. Disassembly of Digital Amplifier IC


(IC5100/IC5200/IC5300)
Caution: Handle the D-Amp P.C.B. with caution due to it's
high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may
lead to injuries.
Step 1 Place D-Amp P.C.B. on an insulated material.
Step 2 Remove 4 screws.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the D-Amp P.C.B.


is properly located and fully seated onto the Bottom Chas-
sis.

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Step 3 Lift up D-Amp P.C.B. as arrow shown. 12.14.2. Assembly of Digital Amplifier IC
Caution: Keep the Heatsink Spacers in safe place. Avoid
denting it, place it back during assembling.
(IC5100/IC5200/IC5300)
Step 1 Fix the Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100) onto the D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 2 Solder the pins of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100).
Caution: Ensure that the pins of Digital Amplifier IC
(IC5100) is positioned correctly on D-Amp P.C.B. before
soldering.

Step 3 Fix Heatsink spacers onto D-Amp Heatsink.


Caution: Ensure that Heatsink Spacers are properly
located and seated flatly onto D-Amp Heatsink.
Step 4 Apply grease to the D-Amp Heatsink as indicate in the
diagram.
Caution: Ensure Grease thickness is 0.2mm.
Step 4 Desolder the pins of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100).
Step 5 Remove Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100).
Note 1: For disassembling of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5200) and
(IC5300), repeat (Step 1) to (Step 5) of 12.14.1.
Note 2: Refer to diagram of D-Amp P.C.B. (item 19.3) for loca-
tion of part.

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Step 5 Upset the D-Amp P.C.B.. Step 2 Remove 2 screws.
Step 6 Fix 4 screws. Step 3 Release the Red Wire (TL10) and Black Wire (TL20)
Note: For assembling of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5200) and from Wire Holder.
(IC5300), repeat the (Step 1) to (Step 6) of 12.14.2. Caution: During assembling, ensure that Red Wire (TL10)
and Black Wire (TL20) are dressed into Wire Holder prop-
erly.
Step 4 Lift up the AC Inlet P.C.B..

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the AC Inlet


P.C.B. is properly located and fully seated onto the Bottom
Chassis.

12.15. Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”

Step 1 Remove 1 screw.

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Step 5 Upset the AC Inlet P.C.B.. Step 4 Remove 4 screws.
Step 6 Desolder Red Wire (TL10) and Black Wire (TL20) on AC Step 5 Lift up the SMPS P.C.B..
Inlet P.C.B..
Step 7 Remove the AC Inlet P.C.B..

Caution: During assembling, ensure that SMPS P.C.B. is


properly located and fully seated onto the Bottom Chassis.
12.16. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Detach 9P Bridge connector at the connector (CN2309)


on Digital P.C.B..
Step 2 Detach 4P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 3 Release the Red Wire (TL11) and Black Wire (TL21)
from Wire Holder.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that Red Wire (TL11)
and Black Wire (TL21) are dressed into Wire Holder prop-
erly.

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Step 6 Upset the SMPS P.C.B.. 12.17. Replacement of Switching Reg-
Step 7 Desolder Red Wire (TL11) and Black Wire (TL21) on
SMPS P.C.B.. ulator IC (IC5701)
Step 8 Remove the SMPS P.C.B.. • Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.

12.17.1. Disassembly of Switching Regula-


tor IC (IC5701)
Step 1 Place SMPS P.C.B. on an insulated material.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) on
the solder side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 3 Desolder pins of the Diode (D5702) on the solder side of
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 4 Desolder pins of the Heatsink A.

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Step 5 Remove the Switching Regulator Unit in the direction of 12.17.2. Assembly of Switching Regulator
arrow.
IC (IC5701)
Caution: Avoid touching the Switching Regulator Unit due
to its high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it Step 1 Apply Grease to the back of Switching Regulator IC
may lead to injuries. (IC5701).
Step 2 Fix and screw the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) to
the Heatsink A.
Caution: Ensure that the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) is
properly fixed and fully screwed onto Heatsink A.

Step 6 Remove 1 screw from the Switching Regulator IC


(IC5701). Step 3 Fix the Switching Regulator Unit onto SMPS P.C.B..
Step 7 Remove the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) from the Caution: Ensure that Switching Regulator Unit is properly
Heatsink A. seated on SMPS P.C.B..
Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 19.4) for
location of the part.

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Step 4 Solder pins of the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) on 12.18. Replacement of Diode (D5702)
the solder side of SMPS P.C.B..
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
Step 5 Solder pins of the Diode (D5702) on the solder side of
• Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 6 Solder pins of the Heatsink A.
12.18.1. Disassembly of Diode (D5702)
Step 1 Place SMPS P.C.B. on an insulated material.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) on
the solder side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 3 Desolder pins of the Diode (D5702) on the solder side of
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 4 Desolder pins of the Heatsink A.

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Step 5 Remove the Switching Regulator Unit in the direction of 12.18.2. Assembly of Diode (D5702)
arrow. Step 1 Apply Grease to the back of Diode (D5702).
Caution: Avoid touching the Switching Regulator Unit due Step 2 Fix and screw the Diode (D5702) to the Heatsink A.
to its high temperature after prolonged use. Touching it
Caution: Ensure that Diode (D5702) is properly fixed and
may lead to injuries.
screwed onto Switching Regulator Unit.

Step 3 Fix the Switching Regulator Unit onto SMPS P.C.B..


Caution: Ensure that Switching Regulator Unit is properly
seated on SMPS P.C.B..

Step 6 Remove 1 screw from the Diode (D5702).


Step 7 Remove Diode (D5702) from the Heatsink A.
Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 19.4) for
location of the part.

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Step 4 Solder pins of the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) on 12.19. Replacement of Diode (D5802)
the solder side of SMPS P.C.B..
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet.”.
Step 5 Solder pins of the Diode (D5702) on the solder side of
• Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 6 Solder pins of the Heatsink A.
12.19.1. Replacement of Diode (D5802)
Step 1 Place SMPS P.C.B. on an insulated material.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Diode (D5802) on the solder side of
SMPS P.C.B..

Step 3 Remove 1 screw from the Diode (D5802).


Step 4 Remove the Diode (D5802) from SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 19.4) for
location of the part.

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12.19.2. Assembly of Diode (D5802) 12.20. Replacement of Diode (D5803)
Step 1 Apply Grease to the back of Diode (D5802). • Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet.”.
Step 2 Fix and screw the Diode (D5802) to the Heatsink B. • Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”
Caution: Ensure that Diode (D5802) is properly fixed and
fully screwed to the Heatsink B.
12.20.1. Disassembly of Diode (D5803)
Step 1 Place an insulated material under SMPS P.C.B..
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Diode (D5803) on the solder side of
SMPS P.C.B..

Step 3 Solder pins of the Diode (D5802) on the solder side of


SMPS P.C.B..

Step 3 Remove 1 screw from the Diode (D5803).


Step 4 Remove the Diode (D5803) from SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.
Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.C.B. (Item 19.4) for
location of the part.

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12.20.2. Assembly of Diode (D5803) 12.21. Disassembly of BD Mecha-
Step 1 Apply Grease to the back of Diode (D5803).
Step 2 Fix and screw the Diode (D5803) to the Heatsink B.
nism Unit (BRS14P)
Caution: Ensure that Diode (D5803) is properly fixed and • Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
fully screwed to the Heatsink B. • Refer to “Replacement of Tray Ornament”.

Caution: If the Digital P.C.B. and/or Mechanism Unit is


exchanged, the drive adjustment is required because of
the adjustment data is stored in the Digital P.C.B.. Perform
the drive adjustment accordance with Section 14 "When
Replacing the Mechanism Unit and/or Digital P.C.B.".
Step 1 Detach 5P FFC at the connector (P6805) on Panel
P.C.B..
Step 2 Detach 5P FFC at the connector (P6804) on Panel
P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Digital
P.C.B..
Step 4 Detach 4P FFC at the connector (P55006) on Digital
P.C.B..

Step 3 Solder pins of the Diode (D5803) on the solder side of


SMPS P.C.B..

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Step 5 Remove 4 screws. Step 7 Attach a short pin to the 45P FFC of the BD Mechanism
Unit (BRS14P).

Step 6 Slightly lift up and remove the BD Mechanism Unit


(BRS14P) in the direction of arrow.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that BD Mechanism
Unit (BRS14P) is properly located and fully inserted on
Bottom Chassis before screwing.

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13 Service Position Step 9 Position the Front Panel Block assembly as diagram
shown.
Note: For description of the disassembly procedures, see Step 10 Connect 3P Cable at the connector (CN2305) on Digi-
the Section 12. tal P.C.B.

13.1. Checking and Repairing Panel


P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove Tray Ornament.
Step 3 Remove Front Panel Block Assembly.
Step 4 Remove the Panel P.C.B..
Step 5 Connect 5P FFC at the connector (P6805) on Panel
P.C.B..
Step 6 Connect 5P FFC at the connector (P6804) on Panel
P.C.B..
Step 7 Connect 23P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0216)
from P59301 to P6801.
Step 8 Connect 15P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0327)
from CN2304 to P6001.

Step 11 Upset the Panel P.C.B. and position it onto the insu-
lated material.
Step 12 Proceed to check and repair Panel P.C.B..

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13.2. Checking & Repairing Digital 13.2.2. Checking and Repairing Digital
P.C.B. P.C.B. (Side A)
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
13.2.1. Checking and Repairing Digital Step 2 Remove Digital P.C.B..
Step 3 Connect 23P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0216)
P.C.B. (Side B)
from P6801 to P59301.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 4 Connect 15P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0327)
Step 2 Side B of Digital P.C.B. can be checked and repaired at
from P6001 to CN2304.
its original position.
Step 5 Connect 9P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0323)
from JW2 to CN2309.
Step 6 Connect 23P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0216)
from CN5402 to CN2303.

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Step 7 Connect 4P FFC at the connector (P55006) on Digital 13.3. Checking and Repairing D-
P.C.B..
Step 8 Connect 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Digital Amp P.C.B.
P.C.B..
Step 9 Connect 3P Cable at the connector (CN2305) on Digital 13.3.1. Checking and Repairing D-Amp
P.C.B.. P.C.B. (Side B)
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove D-Amp P.C.B..
Step 3 Remove 4 screws.

Step 10 Connect 3P Fan Wire at the connector (CN5401) on


Digital P.C.B.. Step 4 Lift up the D-Amp P.C.B. as arrow shown.
Step 11 Upset the Digital P.C.B. and position it onto the insu-
lated material.
Step 12 Proceed to check and repair Side A of Digital P.C.B..

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Step 5 Place the D-Amp P.C.B. back to original position. Step 5 Upset the D-Amp P.C.B. and position it onto the insu-
Step 6 Connect 23P Bridge Connector at the connector lated material.
(CN2303) on Digital P.C.B.. Step 6 Proceed to check and repair Side A of D-Amp P.C.B..
Step 7 Connect 4P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-
Amp P.C.B..
Step 8 Proceed to check and repair Side B of D-Amp P.C.B..

13.4. Checking & Repairing of SMPS


P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Lift up the Wire Clamper.
Step 3 Remove 4 screws.

13.3.2. Checking and Repairing D-Amp


P.C.B. (Side A)
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove D-Amp P.C.B..
Step 3 Connect 23P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0216)
from CN5402 to CN2303.
Step 4 Connect 4P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-
Amp P.C.B..

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Step 4 Connect 9P Extension Bridge Connector (RFKZ0323)
from CN2309 to JW2.
Step 5 Upset the SMPS P.C.B. and position it onto the insu-
lated material.
Step 6 Proceed to check and repair SMPS P.C.B..

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14 Measurements and Adjustments
14.1. Standard Inspection Specifications after Making Repairs
After repairing Digital P.C.B. and BD Traverse Unit, it is recommended to perform the following inspection to ensure normal opera-
tion of main unit.

No. Procedure Item to Check


1 Turn on the power, and confirm items pointed out. Items pointed out should reappear.
2 Insert RAM disc. The Panasonic RAM disc should be recognized.
4 Perform playback for one minute using the RAM disc. No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
*Panasonic DVD-RAM disc should be used when recording and play-
back.
5 Perform playback for one minute using the BD-Video disc. No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
6 If a problem is caused by a BD-Video disc, VCD, DVD-R, DVD- No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
Video, Audio-CD, or MP3, playback the test disc.
7 After checking and making repairs, upgrade the firmware to the Make sure that [UPD OK] appears in the FL displays.
latest version (refer to 9.5). *[UNSUPPORT] display means the unit is already updated to newest
same version. Then version up is not necessary.
8 Transfer [9][9] in the service mode setting, and initialize the ser- Make sure that [CLR] appears in the FL display.
vice settings (return various settings and error information to After checking it, turn the power off.
their default values. The laser time is not included in this initial-
ization).

Use the following checklist to establish the judgment criteria for the picture and sound.

Item Contents Check Item Contents Check


Picture Block noise Sound Distorted sound
Crosscut noise Noise (static, background noise, etc.)
Dot noise The sound level is too low.
Picture disruption The sound level is too high.
Not bright enough The sound level changes.
Too bright
Flickering color
Color fading

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15 Overall Simplified Block Diagram

EXbus
8
Support Card
DDR3 DDR3+
NFROM 16
Conn I/F
2Gb 1Gb
x1 x1 1Gb
16 16 8

SDIF2 Exbus

Driver IC Front USB


USB1
iPhone

Driver IC
USB0 Rear USB

Ether Ether
Ethernet
PHY
SDIF1 SD Card
27MHz BP4

FM Tuner FM Tuner HDMI-Tx HDMI


AUX IC AIN(Multi ch support)

Optical (IEC)_IN IECIN Speaker Connection


TSIN
IC_Card DAMP L/R out
Timer AOUT2(DMIX) Audio PWM
Timer I/F DAMP SL/SR out
u-com DSP Processor
AOUT2(7.1ch) DAMP CNT/SW out
IEC2
FL DRV FAN PATA

FE_debug

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16 Block Diagram
16.1. System Control
: USB/SD/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

DIGITAL P.C.B.

IC2300
RFKWMBTT190P
MICROPROCESSOR

BD MECHANISM UNIT
STEPPING MOTOR BRS14P
AMUTE U U P6801 P6804
AMUTE 74 AMUTE U 4 2
XCINTP V V P6801 P6804
XCINTP 51 XCINTP V 3 3
TRY PFAIL W W P6801 P6804
TRY PFAIL 82 TRY PFAIL W 2 4
TRY DILECT COMMON COMMON P6801 P6804
TRY DILECT 79 TRY DILECT COMMON 1 5
TRY OP CL
TRY OP CL 42 TRY OP CL

CSCLK
CSCLK
47 CSCLK LOADING P.C.B.
XBPRST LDM+ LDM+ P6801 P6805
XBPRST 58 XBPRST LDM+ 10 1
SD BOOT LDM- LDM- P6801 P6805
SD BOOT 61 SD BOOT LDM+ 9 2
CSBPTM FROM/TO OPEN SW OPEN SW P6801 P6805
CSBPTM 45 CSBPTM OPEN SW
DIGITAL 8 3
HDMI P ON H IN VOLUME 2 CLOSE SW CLOSE SW P6801 P6805
HDMI P ON H 76 HDMI PON H CLOSE SW 6 5
FROM/TO HDMI CEC
HDMI CEC
15 CEC
DIGITAL
CSBMTP
IN VOLUME 2 CSBMTP 46 CSBMTP

XCMPREQ
XCMPREQ 18 XMPREQ
P6802
PANEL P.C.B.
BP STATE
BP STATE 59 BP STATE
SD CARD SLOT
XCINTM DAT0 DAT0 P6801 DAT0
XCINTM 52 XCINTM OUT DAT0 7 DAT0
71 DSP IRQ 19

DAT1
DAT1 DAT1 P6801 DAT1
8 DAT1
20
DAT2 DAT2 P6801 DAT2
IC2304 DAT2 18
9 DAT2
MFI337S3959 DAT3 DAT3 P6801 DAT3
COPROCESSOR 2 DAT3 17
1 DAT3
8 XCIN

iPhone DA X2301
iPhone DA 2 I2C SDA
9 XCOUT P6803
iPhone CLK
iPhone CLK 6 I2C SCL
13 XIN
USB PORT/
iPhone RST X2300
FOR iPod/iPhone
iPhone RESET 7 RESET
DOCK CONNECTOR
11 XOUT
PW USB1 5RV VBUS CN2304 P6001 VBUS
VBUS 1 1
1 VBUS
FROM/TO
DIGITAL DN DN DN CN2304 P6001 DN
2 DN
2 2
IN VOLUME 2 DP DP CN2304 P6001 DP
TO P STANDBY H DP 3 DP
P STANDBY H 100 P STANDBY H 3 3
POWER SUPPLY
(DIGITAL SECTION) DR P ON H
DR P ON H 5 DR P ON H
IN VOLUME 2 IC6001
C0HBB0000057
FL DISPLAY DP6001
DRIVER FL DISPLAY
PCONT
PCONT 48 PCONT F+ 31 F+
FLD DAT 25
FLD DAT CN2304 P6001 FLD DAT
7 DIN
FROM/TO QUICK PCONT
QUICK PCONT
75 QUICK PCONT 9 9
F+ 32
POWER SUPPLY FLD CLK CN2304 P6001 FLD CLK
G1 ~ G8
SYNC FLD CLK 26 8 CLK P1 ~ P16 F- 1 F-
(MAIN SECTION) SYNC 17 SYNC 8 8

FLD STB 19
FLD STB CN2304 P6001 FLD STB
9 STB F- 2
DC DET1 7 7
DC DET1 23 DC DET1

Q6201,Q6202,QR6201
DAP MUTE BZ DOWN H 66
BZ DOWN H CN2304 P6001 BZ DOWN H
DAP MUTE 32 DAP MUTE 14 14 BUZZER BZ6201
FROM/TO BUZZER CN2304 P6001 BUZZER CIRCUIT BUZZER
FAN AD BUZZER 73
AUDIO FAN AD 95 FAN A/D 15 15

DC DET2
DC DET2 24 DC DET2 IR6001
REMOTE CONTROL
SENSOR

RMT 3
RMT CN2304 P6001 RMT
3.3V
5 5
IC5401
FAN UNIT C0ABBA000168
OP-AMP
Q5400,Q5403 OPERATION BUTTON P.C.B. POWER BUTTON P.C.B.
CN5401 FAN DC OUT
S6002
1 OPEN/CLOSE
FAN
CN5401 FAN LOCK
CONTROL 1 FAN D/A
3 CIRCUIT S6501
12V POWER
KEY INT 16
KEY1 90
KEY1 CN2305 H6000 KEY1 KEY1 BTN H6001* H6500* KEY1 BTN
3 3 2 2

S6004 S6005
VOLUME - VOLUME +

KEY2 89
KEY2 CN2305 H6000 KEY2
1 1

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

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16.2. Audio
: HDMI/OPTICAL/AUX/TUNER AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

DIGITAL P.C.B.

IC2310
C0JBAR000434
2CH
JK2701
MULTIPLEXER
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
(OPTICAL INPUT 3 1 A Y 5
IECIN
IECIN
(CABLE/SAT/TV)) OPT IN SEL
SELECT 6 OPT IN SEL
ARC IN
B 2 ARC IN

IC2952
C1AB00003568
JK2951 FM RADIO
RECEIVER
FROM/TO
AI1D0 DIGITAL
FM ANT 2 FMI DOUT 13 AI1D0
IN VOLUME 2
TUN IRQ
GPIO2 18 TUN IRQ
TUN DA
JK2500 SDIO 8 TUN DA
TUN DCLK
L
3
DCLK 17 TUN DCLK
15 LIN
TUN DFS
DFS 14 TUN DFS
AUX R
2 16 RIN TUN RESET
RST 5 TUN RESET
1
TUN CLK
SCLK 7 TUN CLK
IC5301 IC5100
C1AB00003852 C1AB00003582 D-AMP P.C.B. SPEAKERS
DIGITAL AUDIO DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
FROM
SYSTEM CONTROL
DAP MUTE
DAP MUTE
PWM PROCESSOR BST A 43

OUT A 40
JK5001 +
DAP MUTE
DAP MUTE MUTE CN2303 CN5402 MUTE
11 SMUTE PWM6A 53
PWM SL+
6 PWM A
OUT A 39
11 SURROUND
7 7
OUT B 36
JK5001 - (LEFT)
DAP RESET RESET CN2303 CN5402 RESET PWM SL- 12
DAP RESET 6 6
12 RST N PWM6B 52 7 PWM B

ADAC D0 SDIN1 CN2303 CN5402 SDIN1 BST B 34


ADAC D0 23 SDIN1 PWM SR+
18 18 PWM5A 51 12 PWM C
ADAC D2 SDIN2 CN2303 CN5402 SDIN2 PWM SR-
ADAC D2 17 17
24 SDIN2 PWM5B 50 13 PWM D
BST C 33
ADAC D1 SDIN3 CN2303 CN5402 SDIN3
ADAC D1 25 SDIN3 4 /RESET
16 16 JK5001 +
FROM/TO ADAC D3 SDIN4 CN2303 CN5402 SDIN4
17 SD(L) OUT C 31
9 SURROUND
ADAC D3 26 SDIN4
DIGITAL 15 15
OUT D 28
JK5001 - (RIGHT)
IN VOLUME 2 AO2BCK
AO2BCK SCLK CN2303 CN5402 SCLK 22 BCK OUT D 27
10
14 14

AO2LRCK
AO2LRCK LRCLK CN2303 CN5402 LRCLK
21 LRCLK BST D 24
13 13
DSP CLK DAP SCL CN2303 CN5402 DAP SCL
DSP CLK 9 9
28 SCL

DSP DA DAP SDA CN2303 CN5402 DAP SDA


IC5200
DSP DA 8 8
29 SDA
C1AB00003582
DSP CLIP
DSP CLIP DAP CLIP CN2303 CN5402 DAP CLIP
14 MONI2
DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
21 21
DSP IRQ DAP IRQ CN2303 CN5402 DAP IRQ BST A 43
DSP IRQ 11 11
13 MONI1

OUT A 40
JK5001 +
VALID 39
VALID
4 /RESET
OUT A 39
7 FRONT
17 SD(L) OUT B 36
JK5001 - (LEFT)
8
PWM FL+
PWM4A 48 6 PWM A BST B 34

PWM FL-
PWM4B 47 7 PWM B

PWM FR+ BST C 33


PWM3A 46 12 PWM C
JK5001 +
PWM3B 45
PWM FR-
13 PWM D OUT C 31
5 FRONT
OUT D 28
JK5001 - (RIGHT)
6
OUT D 27

BST D 24

7 XI
X5302 IC5300
C1AB00003582
8 XO
DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
BST A 43

OUT A 40
OUT A 39
JK5001 +
17 SD(L) 3
4 /RESET OUT B 36
JK5001 -
CENTER
4
PWM C+
PWM2A 43 6 PWM A BST B 34

PWM C-
PWM2B 42 7 PWM B

PWM SW+ BST C 33


PWM1A 41 12 PWM C

PWM SW- OUT C 31


JK5001 +
PWM1B 40 13 PWM D 1
JK5001 SUBWOOFER
OUT D 28 -
QR5400 2
OUT D 27

12V DC DETECT BST D 24

D5401 Q5408,Q5409
Q5412,Q5413
DC DET2 DC DET2 CN2303 CN5402 DC DET2 DC DETECT
DC DET2 35V
19 19 CIRCUIT
TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
D5405
FAN AD FAN AD CN2303 CN5402 FAN AD
FAN AD 22 22

FROM D5403
DCDET
POWER SUPPLY DCDET
(MAIN SECTION)

SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

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16.3. Power Supply(Main Section)

IC5799 SMPS P.C.B. DIGITAL P.C.B.


MIP2F20MSSCF
SWITCHING
MODE POWER
SUPPLY CONTROL T5751
SUB
CL 3 TRANSFORMER
D5791 D5716 D5896
SYS6V JW2 CN2309 SYS6V PW SYS6V
VCC 4 6 7
6 6
1

10

D 5 3
IC5900
C0DBEYY00070
SHUNT TO POWER SUPPLY
PC5799 REGULATOR (MAIN SECTION)
FEEDBACK
BLOCK (2/2)
FB 2 3 2 K C R R

VDD 1 4 1

PC5702
SYNC SYNC JW2 CN2309 SYNC SYNC
AC INLET P.C.B. 7 7
SYNC
1 4
Q5898
D5711
2 3 SWITCH
P5701 FROM/TO
AC INLET F1
L5701 L5702
TH5702
D5701 SYSTEM CONTROL
1 2 1 2
TL10* TL11*
RED RED
DZ5701 PC5901
TL20* TL21* PCONT
4 3 4 3
BLK BLK
Q5901 PCONT JW2 CN2309 PCONT PCONT
2 2
PCONT
SWITCH 4 1
QR5901

3 2 PCONT IC2901
Q5902 SWITCH C0DBAYY00729
2CH SWITCHING
SWITCH REGULATOR Q2902
+12V VOLTAGE
CONTROLLER REGULATOR

PW DC12V PW DC12V
OUT1 11 3 G D 1 2
D 2
OCP1- 14 D 5
PW DC18V
OCP1+ 13 4 S D 6

FB1 16
INV1 17
D5901 D5903 INV2 4
FB2 5

PW DC18V PW DC5V,PW USB 5V,PW iPod 5V,PW DC5V DR PW DC5V,PW USB 5V,PW iPod 5V,PW DC5V DR
OCP2+ 8 4 S D 1 3
T5701 OCP2- 7 D 2
MAIN D 5

TRANSFORMER OUT2 10 3 G D 6

VCC 12
5 Q2903
14 +5V VOLTAGE
4
D5803 REGULATOR
15
DC18V JW2 CN2309 DC18V
4,5 4,5
D5802
IC5701 6 11
C5HACYY00007
D5702 DCDET JW2 CN2309 DCDET DC DET1
SWITCHING 12 4
D5714 1 1
REGULATOR 8 10
QR5862
D 1 7 9

DC DETECT
D-AMP P.C.B.
D5708 D5705
PW DC12V A CN5402 CN2303 PW DC12V A PW DC12V A
20 20
5
+3.3V CN5402 CN2303 +3.3V PW D3R3V DSP
Q5720 23 23
6
D5710 D5712
VCC 4 VOLTAGE 2 +3.3V
REGULATOR 3.3V
PW DC12V A
1 12V

D5709,D5706 D5704 QR5402


OCP/BD 7 D5402
DCDET TO
DC DETECT DCDET
FB 6
AUDIO & VIDEO

D5407
+35V JW1 CN5400 +35V +35V
3,4 3,4
35V

PC5720
FEEDBACK
D5703
4 1

D5707
FEEDBACK
3 2
CIRCUIT

IC5801
C0DABYY00011
SHUNT
REGULATOR

PRIMARY SECONDARY

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P POWER SUPPLY(MAIN SECTION) (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

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DIGITAL P.C.B.

PANEL P.C.B.
FROM
POWER SUPPLY
PW ST D3R3V 3R3V P6801 3R3V 3R3V
(DIGITAL SECTION) PW ST D3R3V 14
3.3V
IN VOLUME 2

+3.3V CN2304 P6001 +3.3V +3.3V


10 10
3.3V
TO POWER SUPPLY FROM
(MAIN SECTION) POWER SUPPLY
PW ST D3R3V PW ST D3R3V
(DIGITAL SECTION) PW ST D3R3V 3.3V
BLOCK (1/2) F-
IN VOLUME 2 F-
+12V CN2304 P6001 +12V FL DISPLAY F+
13 13 VOLTAGE SUPPLY F+
CIRCUIT
-VP
-VP

T6100
SWITCHING
TRANSFORMER
Q6100
IC2302
C0DBGYY01985
VREF CN2304 P6001 VREF VREF
+3.3V VOLTAGE 6 6
3.3V
REGULATOR
PW SYS6V PW SYS6V VREF VREF
1 3 IN OUT 1 3.3V

PW SYS6V
PW SYS6V TO
PW DC5V,PW USB 5V,PW iPod 5V,PW DC5V DR PW DC5V,PW USB 5V,PW iPod 5V,PW DC5V DR POWER SUPPLY
3 PW DC5V
(DIGITAL SECTION)
PW DC12V PW DC12V IN VOLUME 2
2 PW DC12V

IC2305
C0DBZYY00018
+3.3V VOLTAGE
D2302,D2306 D2311 D2300 D2309 D2312 REGULATOR
D2310
DC DET1 PW DC5V
4 8 VIN PW D3R3V DSP,PW D3R3V TU PW D3R3V DSP,PW D3R3V TU
VO 1 3.3V
5 CONT

DC DET1 QR2301 QR2302


FROM/TO DC DET1
SYSTEM CONTROL QUICK PCONT
DC DETECT DC DETECT
QUICK PCONT

D2303

PW D3R3V DSP
6

Q2301

PW DC12V PW DC12V A PW DC12V A


SWITCH 12V

QR2300
PCONT
SWITCH

PW DC12V A
5

SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P POWER SUPPLY(MAIN SECTION) (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

87
17 Wiring Connection Diagram

23 1
9 1
22 2
CN2303
8 2

CN5401 CN2309
3
1
TO FAN UNIT
JK59001 CN2304

2
1
11 15
F SMPS P.C.B.
LAN/ 14 (SOLDER SIDE)
USB PORT FOR
COMMUNICATION
CAMERA/
WIRELESS LAN
10
9
14
T5701
AC IN G AC INLET P.C.B. RED
(MAIN TRANSFORMER) 120V 60Hz (SOLDER SIDE) TL10*
1 2 4 5 6 7 8
JK56301 BLK
2 TL20*
1 PbF
19

A
HDMI

DIGITAL P.C.B.
AV OUT CN2305 P59301 BLK
(ARC) TL21*
1 (SIDE B) 1
23
3 22
RED
TL11*
JK2701
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
CN2306
1
DIGITAL AUDIO IN 1
(OPTICAL(CABLE/ 2
SAT/TV)) T5751
3 (SUB TRANSFORMER)
1 2 3 4 5 6
JK2500 9
10
2
2 10 9 8 7
1
AUX

1 3

JW2
P55006 P55001 JW1 2 8
JK2951 1 45 4 1 1 9
1 3
PbF
2 4
FM ANT 1 PbF

TO STEPPING MOTOR TO OPTICAL PICKUP UNIT TO uP


(BD MECHANISM UNIT (BD MECHANISM UNIT DOWNLOADER
BRS14P) BRS14P) 1 4
CN5400
1 23
2 22
CN5402

15 1 23 1 54
14 2 22 2 12
P6001 P6801
3 1 3 1 P6804
H6001* H6000 TO SPINDLE MOTOR
(BD MECHANISM
PbF UNIT BRS14P)
P6805
1 5
24

D OPERATION BUTTON P.C.B. E D-AMP P.C.B.


(SOLDER SIDE) TO LOADING PCB
(BD MECHANISM (SIDE B)
UNIT BRS14P) JK5001

12
11
SURROUND

C
10

POWER BUTTON P.C.B.


P6802

B
8 9
(SOLDER SIDE) T6100
(SWITCHING
PANEL P.C.B. 9 1
10
8

PbF TRANSFORMER) (SOLDER SIDE) 7 FRONT


1 2 3 11 6 SPEAKERS
H6500* 4
1 9 5 5
8 7 6 4
3 P6803 CENTER
IR6001 4 1
6 5 3
12
2
3 1 14 PbF
13 SUBWOOFER

SENSOR USB PORT/ SD CARD


FOR iPod/iPhone SLOT PbF
DOCK
CONNECTOR

NOTE: " * " REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY. SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM

88
18 Schematic Diagram • Voltage and signal line
: +B signal line
18.1. Schematic Diagram Notes : -B signal line
• This schematic diagram may be modified at any time : Tuner/AUX/HDMI/OpticaI Audio input
with the development of new technology. signal line
Notes: : iPod/iPhone Video input signal line

S6002: Open/Close switch ( ). : Audio output signal line


S6004: Vol Down (-). : USB/SD/iPod/iPhone signal Line
S6005: Vol Up (+).
S6501: Power switch ( ). : FM signal line
• Important safety notice:
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.

• In case of AC rated voltage Capacitors, the part no. and val-


ues will be indicated in the Schematic Diagram.
AC rated voltage capacitors:
C5700, C5702, C5703, C5704, C5705, C5706, C5709

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

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

• Coil
Unit of inductance is H, unless otherwise noted.

• *
REF is for indication only.

89
90
18.2. Digital(Micon/Power) Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1
A

A DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX/HDMI/OPTICAL AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

P1

BUZZER

BZ_DOWN_H

SD_BOOT
BP_STATE
XBPRST

XCINTM

XCINTP
D1H83314A024
B

RX2309
2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8
RX2306
D1H83314A024
1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

BP_STATE
BP BP_STATE
XBPRST
BP XBPRST C2304
XCINTM
BP XCINTM 0.1
XCINTP
BP XCINTP
SD_BOOT
BP SD_BOOT
BP AMUTE TO DIGITAL(MICON)

10K

220
R2333
CIRCUIT (2/5)
R2374 4.7K
330 PW_ST_D3R3V
C

R5436

R2309
R2332
RX2300 4.7K
D1H83314A024
QUICK_PCONT 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
8 7

iPod_DET
DSP_IRQ
NC
DAP_RST
DSP_MUTE
DSP_RESET
BZ_DOWN_H
VCOMP_MUTE
iPod_VIDEO_SEL
NC
VSS
SD_BOOT
VCC
BP_STATE
XBPRST
FX_INT
FX_DI
FX_DO
FX_CLK
XCINTM
XMINTM_OUT
XCINTP
HO HDMI_P_ON_H 6 5 76 50
BP TRY_DILECT 4 3 77 NC 49
PCONT
BP TRY_PFAIL 2 1 78 iPod_OC 48 8 7
RX2304
79 TRY_DILECT 47 6 5 CSCLK BP
D1H83314A024
80 BATTPCONT CSBMTP 46 4 3 CSBPTM BP

81 NC CSBPTM 45 2 1 CSBMTP BP
R2352 10K
C2309 4700P 82 TRY_PFAIL [73] BUZZER [50] DSP_CLIP CE 44
83 DIGITAL_SEL [74] BP2_AMUTE [49] TRY_MODE FX_SCS 43 RX2310 8 7 CE
R2311 10K [75] QUICK_PCONT [48] PCONT D1H83314A024
D 84 NC [76] HDMI_PON_H [47] CSCLK (BP2) TRY_OP_CL 42 6 5 TRY_OP_CL BP
R2310 10K 85 OPT_IN_SEL1 FX_DET 41 4 3
EPM
C2308 4700P 86 OPT_IN_SEL2 TUN_GPIO 40 2 1
R2328 10K
87 SEL_A EPM 39
88 SEL_B IC2300 iPhone_RST 38
KEY2 R2316 100
89 KEY2(TP_RST) RFKWMBTT190P EEPROM_CLK 37
KEY1 R2317 100 MICROPROCESSOR
90 KEY1 EEPROM_DAT 36
R2312
1K 91 BUS_iPhone_CLK TUN_RST 35
FAN_AD
92 BUS_SEL1 NC 34
D2301 C2302 GND
B0BC3R0A0262 0.1 93 BUS_SEL2 [98] STBLED [28] DSP_DAT NC 33
94 AVSS [99] BUS_iPhone_DA [27] DSP_CLK DAP_MUTE 32 R2335 CLOCK
C2306 [100] P_STANBY_H [26] FLD_CLK 47K R2341 47K VREF
95 FAN A/D SCLK(DEBUG/DL) 31
C2307 0.1 0.1 RXD
96 VREF DBG_RX 30
E R2342 47K
97 AVCC DBG_TX 29

DR_P_ON_H
TXD

FAN_LOCK
TUN_SCLK
TUN_SDIO
8 7 98 28

ECO_CTL

DC_DET2
FLD_DAT
FLD_STB
XMPREQ
KEY_INT

DCDET1
FAN D/A

XCOUT
CNVSS

RESET
6 5 99 27

XOUT

SYNC
BYTE

XCIN
RMT

VCC
CEC
VSS
P_STANBY_H

XIN
DN 4 3 100 26 BUSY

NC
RX2308
2 1 D1H83314A024
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 DAP_MUTE
RX2312 8 7
FLD_CLK
D1H83304A024 6 5
FLD_DAT
4 3
FLD_STB
2 1
DN DR_P_ON_H

R2375 330
XCMPREQ BP
F HDMI_CEC
C2301 47P HO

100K
RX2301 R2301 27K

0.1
D1H83314A024
DC_DET2
7 5 3 1 8 7
RX2307 KEY1
R2359

C2305
D1H83314A024 6 5
8 6 4 2 SYNC
4 3
DC_DET1
2 1

X2301
H0J327200115
3

G 2

4700P
4700P
150K

100K
100K
12P
33P

IN VOLUME 1: 1 R2322
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5 100K
R2315

C2310
C2311

R2323
R2327
C2322
C2321
X2300
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 H2D500400006

IN VOLUME 2: C2313 0.1


BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4 R2361 47K
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
ECO_CTL

DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 1/5 2/5 3/5


FAN_DA

CNVSS

TO DIGITAL(MICON)
RESET

ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11


RMT

CIRCUIT (4/5) HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 4/5 5/5


H SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT

91
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2

A DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX/HDMI/OPTICAL AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

CN2304
ET PW_USB1_5RV 1 VBUS
CN2309 G2 ET USB1_DN 2 DN
PGND 9 ET USB1_DP 3 DP
GND 8 4 DGND
TO F SYNC 7
SYNC RMT LB2838 J0JBC0000014
5 RMT
TO DIGITAL(MICON) SMPS CIRCUIT SYS6V 6
L2301 FLD_STB
LB2839
LB2835
J0JBC0000014
J0JBC0000014
6 VREF TO B
CIRCUIT (1/5) (JW2) DC18V 5 G1C4R7MA0172 7 FLD_STB PANEL CIRCUIT
FLD_CLK LB2836 J0JBC0000014
IN SCHEMATIC DC18V 4 8 FLD_CLK (P6001)
R2337 10K ECO_CTL FLD_DAT LB2837 J0JBC0000014
DIAGRAM - 13 POWER_CONT 3 9 FLD_DAT IN SCHEMATIC
PCONT PW_ST_D3R3V LB2840 J0JBC0000014
PCONT 2 10 +3.3V DIAGRAM - 7
DC_DET1
DCDET 1 11 -9V
DRGND LB2842 J0JBC0000014
G1 12 PGND
PW_DC12V R2300 3.3 LB2843 J0JBC0000014
13 +12V
BZ_DOWN_H LB2800 J0JBC0000014
14 BZ_DOWN_H
PW GND BUZZER LB2809 J0JBC0000014
15 BUZZER
PW PW_DC18V
HO PW_SYS6V
Q2301
C2314 B1ADNB000003
6.3V100 SWITCH

BP iPhone_DA
R2324 C2319
10K 1

4 3 2 1
NC

NC

I2C_SDA

GND
R2336
3.3K
I2C_SCL
IC2304
MFI337S3959
RESET
QUICK_PCONT
COPROCESSOR 2

VCC
QR2300 TO DIGITAL(MICON)
NC

CIRCUIT (3/5)
5 6 7 8
B1GBCFJJ0040
PCONT SWITCH
BP iPhone_CLK

2 4 6 8
RX23009 C2318
0.1
D1H82224A024 PW_DC12V_A
1 3 5 7
KEY2 LB57001 J0JCC0000287
G1 CN2305 TO D
LB57002 J0JCC0000287
1 KEY2 OPERATION BUTTON
GND
KEY1 LB57003 J0JCC0000287
2 DGND CIRCUIT (H6000)
R2398
4.7K 3 KEY1 IN SCHEMATIC
R2308
33 G2 DIAGRAM - 9
BP iPhone_RESET
DN PW_ST_D3R3V
IC2302
C0DBGYY01985
+3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
CN2306
GND

VREF
OUT

1 VREF
IN

LB2301 1 2 3 BUSY
2 BUSY
J0JGC0000020 CLOCK
3 CLOCK
RXD
4 RXD
C2315 C2316 C2424 CE
5 CE
1 1 10 EPM
6 EPM
TO uP DOWNLOADER
IN VOLUME 1:
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5 7 DGND
RESET
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 8 RESET
CNVSS
9 CNVSS
IN VOLUME 2: TXD
10 TXD
BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11
HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12
P1 P1

1/5 2/5 3/5


TO DIGITAL(MICON)
CIRCUIT (5/5)
4/5 5/5
P1

SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT

92
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
A

A DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX/HDMI/OPTICAL AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

P1

DC_DET1
IC2305
C0DBZYY00018 B
QR2302 +3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
B1GBCFGG0024 LB2300
DC DETECT J0JGC0000020
PW_D3R3V_DSP
1 VO VIN 8

LB2302 C2325
1 2 NC NC 7
J0JGC0000020 R2338 C2328
PW_D3R3V_TU
1K 1
3 GND NC 6
QR2301
B1GBCFJJ0040 C2324 C2323 4 CN CONT 5
QUICK_PCONT DC DETECT 10 10
C2327
1

D2303
C
B0BC6R8A0266

LB2303
J0JHC0000107
D2302 B0ACCK000005
D2300 R2428
B0ACCK000005 2.7K
PW_DC12V D2312 B0BC010A0269
C2417
10
GND

C2331
10 LB2305
J0JGC0000020
D2306 B0ACCK000005
R2349 D
2.7K
LB2306
J0JHC0000107
D2310 B0ACCK000005

D2311 B0ACCK000005
D2309 B0BC013A0269 C2334 C2335
6.3V1000 1
LB2307
TO DIGITAL(MICON) J0JHC0000107
PW PW_DC12V
CIRCUIT (2/5) DRGND
FE DRGND
FE PW_DC5V_DR
PW PW_DC5V
R2414 E
DAP_IRQ 0

DAP_CLIP

R2415
0

BP DSP_CLIP RX2321
BP DSP_IRQ D1H83304A024
DSP_BCK_OUT
BP A02BCK 2 1
DSP_LRCK_OUT
BP A02LRCK 4 3
DSP_I2S_OUT1
BP ADAC_D0 6 5
DSP_I2S_OUT2
BP ADAC_D2 8 7

RX2322 F
D1H83304A024
8 7
DSP_I2S_OUT3
BP ADAC_D1 6 5
4 3 R2440
0 DSP_I2S_OUT4
BP ADAC_D3 2 1

G
IN VOLUME 1:
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
IN VOLUME 2:
BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11
HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 1/5 2/5 3/5

4/5 5/5
SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT H

93
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
I

A DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX/HDMI/OPTICAL AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

TO DIGITAL(MICON)
CIRCUIT (1/5)

C2656 220P
C2655 220P
C2664
33P
R2659 2.2K
TUN_IRQ BP
R2673 2.2K
TUN_DCLK BP
IC2952 C2654 1 R2664 1K AUX_R
K R2660
C1AB00003568 GND
0 FM RADIO RECEIVER
JK2951 T1 20 19 18 17 16 C2663
G3
FM ANT

NC
GPO1
GPO2

DCLK
RIN
C2651 L2951 LB2952 3P C2653 1 R2663 1K AUX_L
1000P G1CR18JA0020 J0JYC0000118 1 NC LIN 15
R2672 2.2K
G2 2 FMI DFS 14 TUN_DFS BP
C2652 R2671 560
3P 3 RFGND Thermal DOUT 13 AI1D0 BP
VA2951 LB2951 L2953 Pad C2423 10 L2300
G1 EZAEG2A50AX J0JBC0000032 3P 4 AMI GND 12
G1C100M00049 PW_D3R3V_TU

RCLK
SCLK
SDIO
5 RST VA 11

SEN

VD
C2661
TO DIGITAL(MICON)
6 7 8 9 10 0.1 CIRCUIT (5/5)

R2653 R2654
4.7K 4.7K
L R2655 220
TUN_DA BP
R2656 220
TUN_CLK BP

R2657 1K
TUN_RESET BP

C2662
JK2701 LB2701 0.1
J0JBC0000014
VCC 1
C2701
DIGITAL AUDIO IN 10
GND 2
(OPTICAL(CABLE/SAT/TV))
INPUT 3

M
IC2310
C0JBAR000434
2CH MULTIPLEXER
JK2500 LB2570 R2570 LB2315
0 15K AUX_L J0JGC0000020
[LCH] PW_ST_D3R3V
3 1 A VCC 8
R2383 C2375
4.7K 0.1
2 B ST 7
LB2571 R2571 R2384
AUX [RCH]
0 15K 4.7K
AUX_R
2 3 NC SELECT 6 OPT_IN_SEL BP
R2394
47
1 4 GND Y 5 IECIN BP
N

ARC_IN HO

P1

O
IN VOLUME 1:
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
IN VOLUME 2:
BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11
HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 1/5 2/5 3/5

4/5 5/5
P SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT

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

94
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5

A DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : TUNER/AUX/HDMI/OPTICAL AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone SIGNAL LINE

P1
TO DIGITAL(MICON)
CIRCUIT (2/5)

P1

G1 CN2303
1 DGND
DAP_MUTE
2 LRCKO
PW_ST_D3R3V
3 SCLKO
RX2330 4 SDOUT1
R2467 R2468
4.7K 4.7K D1H83314A024 5 SDOUT2
BP DAP_RESET 8 7 6 RESET
TO DIGITAL(MICON) BP DAP_MUTE 6 5 7 MUTE
CIRCUIT (4/5) BP DSP_DA 4 3 8 DAP_SDA
BP DSP_CLK 2 1 9 DAP_SCL
PW 12VGND
DAP_IRQ
10 DGND TO E
R2456 0
11 DAP_IRQ D-AMP CIRCUIT
GND C2394 100P
12 DGND (CN5402)
DSP_LRCK_OUT
L5404 13 LRCLK IN SCHEMATIC
G1C4R7MA0172 DSP_BCK_OUT
14 SCLK DIAGRAM - 10
DSP_I2S_OUT4
C5420 15 SDIN4
DSP_I2S_OUT3
10 16 SDIN3
DSP_I2S_OUT2
17 SDIN2
DSP_I2S_OUT1
CN5401 G1 5 6 7 8 DC_DET2
18 SDIN1
FAN DC OUT 1 19 DC_DET2
V+ PW_DC12V_A
C5419 1
TO FAN FAN GND 2
R5435 270K IC5401 DAP_CLIP R2457 0
20 PW_DC12V_A
FAN LOCK 3 21 DAP_CLIP
G2
C0ABBA000168 FAN_AD
DUAL OP-AMP 22 FAN_AD
PW_D3R3V_DSP
GND 23 +3.3V
G2
R2461 0 4 3 2 1
Q5400
B1ABMF000020 R5424
Q5403 FAN DRIVE 470
R5429 C2389
B1GBCFNN0041 10K FAN_DA 1000P
FAN LOCK DETECT R5430
27K

C5418 R5422
6.3V100
10K

DN DGND

EARTH GND

IN VOLUME 1:
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
IN VOLUME 2:
BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11
HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12 1/5 2/5 3/5

4/5 5/5
SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(MICON) CIRCUIT

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

95
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
A A

A DIGITAL(POWER) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE

IC2901
C0DBAYY00729
2CH SWITCHING REGULATOR
B CONTROLLER B
C2973 C2953
1800P 0.1
1 CT VREF 20

2 DT2 DT1 19
C2971 C2964
R2908 0.1 0.1
10K 3 SS2 SS1 18
R2924
5.6K
4 INV2 INV1 17
C2976 R2923 R2918 C2972
R2920 R2921 0.015 2.2K 3.3K 0.22
8.2K 39K 5 FB2 FB1 16
C C
C2962 R2929 6 GND STB 15
0.01 3.3K R2914 R2927 R2916
22K 10K 22K
7 OCP2- OCP1- 14
C2957 R2956 C2981 R2917
0.01 4.7K 1000P 3.3K
8 OCP2+ OCP1+ 13
R2915 R2955 R2926 R2925
0 0 8.2K 56K
9 C5V VCC 12

10 OUT2 OUT1 11
C2974 C2961 C2966 C2977 R2930
C2963 1 680P 1 0.22 4.7K
680P

D D

1 2 3 1 2 3
L2901
J0JHC0000107
Q2903 G Q2902 G
ET PW_iPod_5V B1DGDC000002 D B1DGDC000002 D
L2900 +5V VOLTAGE REGULATOR S +12V VOLTAGE REGULATOR S
J0JHC0000107
ET PW_USB_5V 6 5 4 6 5 4
L2903
L2907 G1C330M00027
G1C1R0MA0530
MA DN PW_DC12V R2919 L2902
0.1 G1C100MA0291
E L2908 L2904 E
J0JHC0000107 G1C330Z00012 PW_DC18V MA
HO MA PW_DC5V C2950 R2922 C2960
1000P 0.1 1000P

C2982 C2975 C2900 C2904 C2902 D2912 R2907 C2983 C2903 D2911 R2913 C2907 C2901
10 10 10 10 10V180 B0JCPG000030 10 1 16V680 B0JCPG000030 10 35V220 35V220

MA 12VGND GND MA

F F

G G

IN VOLUME 1:
MA: DIGITAL(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 5
PW: DIGITAL(POWER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
IN VOLUME 2:
BP: DIGITAL(BP4): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 3
DD: DIGITAL(DDR3): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
FE: DIGITAL(FRONT END): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 8
DN: DIGITAL(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
ET: DIGITAL(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10 ~ 11
HO: DIGITAL(HDMI OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12
H SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P DIGITAL(POWER) CIRCUIT H

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

96
18.3. Panel Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7
A

B PANEL CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone/SD SIGNAL LINE

P1

P6001
VBUS
VBUS 1
DN
DN 2
DP
DP 3
DGND DP6001
DGND 4
RMT 5
RMT A2BB00000183
TO A VREF 6
VREF
FLD_STB
FL DISPLAY

DIGITAL(MICON) FLD_STB 7
FLD_CLK F- F- P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 NC G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 F+ F+
CIRCUIT (CN2304) FLD_CLK 8
C IN SCHEMATIC FLD_DAT 9
FLD_DAT 1 2 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 31 32
+3.3V D6100
DIAGRAM - 2 +3.3V 10 B0JCMD000010
-9V
-9V 11
PGND
PGND 12
+12V C6103 C6001 C6005
+12V 13 6.3V220 1 1
BZ_DOWN_H
BZ_DOWN_H 14 T6100

P10

P11

P12

P13

P14

P15

P16
BUZZER G4D1A0000142

G1

G2

G3

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9
P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

P8

P9
BUZZER 15
L6101 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER D6102
G1C100K00019 9 8 B0JCMD000010 D6103

G8
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
G2
IR6001 +12V DZ2J03300L
1 7
PNJ4881M02VT C6101 R6102
REMOTE CONTROL 5600P 47
SENSOR 2 6
R6201 D6104

GND
VCC
OUT
1K B0EAKM000157
D Q6201 G2 G1
3 5
B1ABDF000033 3 2 1 4
SWITCH C6105
R6006 10 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34
R6206 100
R6202 RMT

GND
VCC
NC
G9
G8
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
150 C6010 G1
2.2K 1 G1 33
4.7 D6101
VREF R6100 P1
4.7K DZ2J220M0L 2 LED2 [1] LED1 [34] G2 P1 32
BZ6201
R6205
QR6201 R6005
3 LED3 P2 31
P2
L0DCDA000011 47
BUZZER
1K B1GBCFJJ0040 C6104 4 LED4 -VP 30
SWITCH C6102 Q6100 R6101 P3
BZ_DOWN_H 100K 35V47 5 OSC P3 29
R6207
16V47 B1BABK000001 +3.3V R6015 IC6001 P4
Q6202 POWER SAVE CONTROL 6 DOUT P4 28
10K
BUZZER
PGND FL_DATA R6010 68
39K C0HBB0000057 P5
B1ABDF000026 FL_CLK R6011 68
7 DIN FL DISPLAY DRIVER P5 27
P6
BUZZER DRIVE C6100 8 CLK P6 26
R6204 L6100 FL_STB
47K 16V47 R6012 1K P7
J0JBC0000041 9 STB P7 25
E C6020 0 3 -9V [11] K2 [22] P10 P8 24 P8
10 K1
P9

GND
VCC
C6021 0 2

P18
P17
P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
ZJ6001 11 P9 23
C6022 0 1
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

100P
100P
100P

1
C6012
C6013
C6014

C6015
C6018 C6019

P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
6.3V10 0.1

G
TO PANEL
CIRCUIT (2/2)

1/2 2/2
H SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P PANEL CIRCUIT

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

97
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
A

B PANEL CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : USB/iPod/iPhone/SD SIGNAL LINE

P1

P6801 P6803
GND 23 6
DGND G
22 WP 4 GND
WP
CD 21
CD DP
3 DP USB PORT /
DAT1
DAT1 20
DAT0 DN FOR iPod/iPhone
DAT0 19 2 DN
DAT2 VBUS
DOCK CONNECTOR
DAT2 18 1 VBUS G
DAT3
DAT3 17 5
CMD 1
CMD 16
2
GND 15 ZJ6803 C
3R3V 14 LB6801 3
CLK J0JHC0000117
CLK 13
TO DIGITAL(ETHER) CIRCUIT (P59301) GND 12
IN VOLUME 2 GND 11
LDM+ 10
LDM- 9
LB6802
OPEN_SW 8 J0JHC0000045
GND 7
CLOSE_SW 6 K6802 0
GND 5
U 4 P6802
14
V 3
DAT2 R6803 82
W 2 9 DAT2 FG D
COMMON 1
DAT3 R6804 82
1 DAT3

P6805 CMD R6805 82


LDM+ 1 2 CMD

TO LOADING P.C.B. LDM- 2


3 GND
OPENSW 3
(BD MECHANISM UNIT BRS14P) GND 4
CLOSESW 5 C6802 C6804 4 3R3V
R6801 1 1000P 22
GND 1
5 CLK
TO SPINDLE MOTOR U 2 R6802 1 SD CARD SLOT
V 3 CLK
(BD MECHANISM UNIT BRS14P) W 4
R6806 39
6 GND
COM 5 DAT0 R6807 82 E
7 DAT0
P6804
DAT1 R6808 82
8 DAT1

WP WP
12
C6805
1000P
11 COM

CD
10
CD FG
R6809
C6803 0 13
1000P 1
2
ZJ6802
K6804 0 3
F
K6806 0

G
TO PANEL
CIRCUIT (1/2)

1/2 2/2
SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P PANEL CIRCUIT H

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

98
18.4. Power Button, Operation Button and AC Inlet Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
A A

C POWER BUTTON CIRCUIT G AC INLET CIRCUIT

S6501 (RED)
H6500* POWER
TL10*
L6504 0
DGND 1
L6503 0
KEY1_BTN 2
LED 3
B R5700
ERJ8GEYJ155V B
TO F 1.5M
SMPS CIRCUIT
L5702 L5701
IN SCHEMATIC R5701 ELF19H520E ELF19H520E F1
ERJ8GEYJ155V DZ5701 6A 125V P5701
DIAGRAM - 14 1.5M ERZV10V511CS
2 1 2 1
ZA5702 ZA5701
3 4 3 4
AC IN
120V 60Hz
TL20* C5709
(BLK) C5704
F0CAF104A105
C5705
C5703
0.1 F0CAF104A105
F1BAF1020020 F1BAF1020020 0.1
1000P 1000P

C C

3 2 1 3 2 1

ZJ5704 ZJ5701

D D

D OPERATION BUTTON CIRCUIT

E E

TO A H6000
R6017
1K
R6018
3.9K
R6019
3.3K
DIGITAL(MICON) KEY2 1
CIRCUIT (CN2305) DGND 2
S6004 S6005
IN SCHEMATIC KEY1 3
VOLUME- VOLUME +
DIAGRAM - 2

S6002
OPEN/CLOSE
H6001*
R6020
F DGND 1 1.2K F
KEY1_BTN 2
LED 3

G G

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P POWER BUTTON / OPERATION BUTTON / AC INLET CIRCUIT
H H

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

99
18.5. D-Amp Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10
A

E D-AMP CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE

B
CN5402
DGND 1
DAP_LRCKO
LRCKO 2 RX5305
DAP_BCKO
SCLKO 3 D1H84704A024
DAP_SDOUT1 PWM_SL+ TO D-AMP
SDOUT1 4 1 2
DAP_SDOUT2 PWM_SL- CIRCUIT (2/3)
SDOUT2 5 3 4
DAP_MUTE PWM_SR+
RESET 6 1 2 5 6
RX5371 DAP_NRST PWM_SR-
MUTE 7 3 4 7 8
D1H83314A024 DAP_SCL
DAP_SDA 8 5 6
TO A DAP_SCL 9 7 8
DAP_SDA
R5324
DIGITAL(MICON) 22
DGND 10
C R5395 330 DAP_IRQ C5331 10 C5351 10
CIRCUIT (CN2303) DAP_IRQ 11 C5372 C5371
IN SCHEMATIC DGND 12 10 1000P C5332 1000P C5352 1000P R5388 22
R5396 47 DAP_LRCKI
DIAGRAM - 5 LRCLK 13
R5397 47 DAP_BCKI 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 RX5306
SCLK 14 D1H84704A024

TST3
TST2
TST1
DVSS_PWM2
PWM8A
PWM8B
PWM7A
PWM7B
DVDD_PWM2
PWM6A
PWM6B
PWM5A
DAP_SDIN4 X5302 PWM_FL+
SDIN4 15 1 2 1 AVSS PWM4A 48 1 2
RX5375 DAP_SDIN3 H0J245500101 PWM_FL-
SDIN3 16 3 4 2 AVDD PWM4B 47 3 4
D1H84704A024 DAP_SDIN2 C5375 PWM_FR+
SDIN2 17 5 6 12P 3 2 3 PLLSEL PWM3A 46 5 6
DAP_SDIN1 PWM_FR-
SDIN1 18 7 8 4 XINSEL PWM3B 45 7 8
DCDET R5358 RX5307
DC_DET2 19 1M 5 CLK98IN DVDD_PWM1 44
PW_DC12V_A D1H84704A024 PWM_C+
PW_DC12V_A 20 6 DVSS_OSC [63] TST4 [49] DVSS_PWM1 PWM2A 43 1 2
R5398 330 DAP_CLIP C5376 R5359 [64] ANATEST [50] PWM5B PWM_C-
DAP_CLIP 21 4 1 1K 7 XI PWM2B 42 3 4
FAN_AD 12P PWM_SW+
R5428 10K R5362
D
FAN_AD 22 1 8 XO IC5301 PWM1A 41 5 6
PWM_SW-
+3.3V 23 9 DVDD1 C1AB00003852 PWM1B 40 7 8
L5300 R5360 DIGITAL AUDIO PWM PROCESSOR R5387 47 VALID
10K 10 DVSS1 VALID 39
J0JBC0000015 DAP_MUTE R5385 10K R5445
11 SMUTE [16] LDOPOFF [31] BCKO ERRIN 38 10K
GND DAP_NRST R5384 1 SD
[17] REG15 [32] SDOUT1 DVDD2 37
12 RST_N
DAP_IRQ [18] DVDDCORE1 [33] SDOUT2
13 MONI1 DVSS2 36
JK5001 G2 DAP_CLIP

DVDDCORE2
BSSEL2 35

DVSSCORE
SL- 14 MONI2
SURROUND L - 12 C5381 R5363 C5380 C5378 C5377
SL+ 15 MONI3 BSSEL1 34

LRCKO
0.1 47K 0.1 10 1000P

SDIN1
SDIN2
SDIN3
SDIN4
ADDR
SURROUND L + 11

LRCK
DGND

BCK

SDA
33

SCL
SR- 16
SURROUND R - 10
SR+ C5354 10
SURROUND R + 9 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
FL- C5355 1000P
FRONT L - 8
FL+
FRONT L + 7
TO SPEAKERS FR-
E FRONT R - 6
FR+
C5346 22P
FRONT R + 5
C-
CENTER - 4
C+
CENTER + 3
SW-
SUBWOOFER - 2

0.01
SW+

22
22

47
47

47
47
47

47
SUBWOOFER + 1
G1 R5475

C5343
C5344
C5361

R5365
R5366

R5375
R5376
R5377

R5378
1000P

DAP_SDOUT1

DAP_SDOUT2
DAP_LRCKO
DAP_LRCKI

DAP_SDIN1
DAP_SDIN2
DAP_SDIN3
DAP_SDIN4

DAP_BCKO
DAP_BCKI

DAP_SDA
DAP_SCL
P1

1/3 2/3 3/3


H SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P D-AMP CIRCUIT

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

100
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11

E D-AMP CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE

L5401
J0JKB0000003 CN5400 F
TO
4 +35V
C5140 C5117 SMPS CIRCUIT
50V820 50V820 3 +35V
(JW1)
2 PGND
L5402 IN SCHEMATIC
C5425 R5436 D5407 1 PGND
TO D-AMP 1 22K B0ACCK000005
J0JKB0000003 DIAGRAM - 13
CIRCUIT (1/3) R5439
100K

Q5413
R5438 B1ADCE000012
100K DC DETECT Q5408
DCDET B1ABCF000011
SPEAKER PROTECTION SWITCH

Q5412
B1ABCF000011 TO D-AMP
DC DETECT
D5405 C5423 R5431 CIRCUIT (3/3)
FAN_AD B0JCDD000002 1 33K

C5427 Q5409
10 B1ABCF000011
C5437 R5427 C5422 D5403 C5424 R5437
0.1 47K 2.2 B0JCDD000002 5600P 4.7K SPEAKER PROTECTION SWITCH

D5402 D5401 C5400


B0ACCK000005 B0ACCK000005 10
1

QR5400
B1GBCFNN0041
DC DETECT
2

QR5402 R5304 3
B1GBCFNN0041 C5305 10
DC DETECT 0.1
L5301 R5314 R5318
R5308 100K 5.6K L5303
G0C100M00007 3.3 G0B9R5K00007
C5300 C5340 C5341 C5391
10 0.1 4.7 0.47 C+
2 1 C5338 1 2
R5300 0.01
1 PSU_REF GVDD_AB 44 R5311 C5333
VDD 10 10K R5315 1000P
2 VDD BST_A 43 R5309 100K
R5301 R5303 22K 3.3 C-
3 OC_ADJ PVDD_A 42 C5308 4 3 C5392 3 4
100 0.033 0.47 C5334
VALID
4 /RESET PVDD_A 41 C5337 1000P
C5304 4700P 0.01 GND
C5301
5 C_STARTUP OUT_A 40
PWM_C+ 100P C5311
6 PWM_A OUT_A 39 1
PWM_C-
7 PWM_B GND_A 38
R5201 C5302 4.7
8 V1_CM GND_B 37 C5312
47K 1 R5316 R5317 R5319
9 GND OUT_B 36 100K 100K 5.6K
DGND
10 AGND PVDD_B 35
C5342 C5309 0.033
11 VREG BST_B 34
PWM_SW+ 0.1 C5310 0.033
12 PWM_C BST_C 33
PWM_SW- PVDD
13 PWM_D PVDD_C 32
14 TEST OUT_C 31
C5313
15 NC GND_C 30 1
16 NC GND_D 29
SD
17 SD(L) OUT_D 28
C5314 L5302 L5304
18 OTW(L) OUT_D 27 1 G0C100M00007 R5306 G0B9R5K00007
READY PVDD_D C5393 3.3
19 26 SW+
C5307 2 1 0.47 C5329 1 2
20 M1 PVDD_D 25
0.033 0.01 C5335
21 M2 BST_D 24 R5310 1000P
R5307 10K
22 M3 GVDD_CD 23 SW-
IC5300 4 3 C5394
3.3 3 4
C1AB00003582 0.47
C5330
C5336
1000P
DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
0.01
C5306
0.1

L5403 R5305 HEATSINK*


G1C4R7MA0172 10
PW_DC12V_A

G1 G2
P1 P1

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY 1/3 2/3 3/3


SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P D-AMP CIRCUIT

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

101
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12
A

E D-AMP CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE

L5100 L5102
B
G0C100M00007 R5109 R5117 G0B9R5K00007
C5141 3.3 100K
R5105 0.47 SL+
2 1 C5132 1 2
10
0.01
C5105 0.1 R5114 C5134
10K R5118 1000P
R5112 100K
3.3 SL-
C5100 C5150 C5104 4 3 C5142 3 4
10 0.1 4.7 0.47 C5135
C5133 1000P
R5100 0.01
10 1 PSU_REF GVDD_AB 44
C5108 0.033
2 VDD BST_A 43
R5103 R5104 22K
100 3 OC_ADJ PVDD_A 42
4 /RESET PVDD_A 41
C5101 C5103 4700P C5111
5 C_STARTUP OUT_A 40 1
PWM_SL+ 100P C
6 PWM_A OUT_A 39
PWM_SL-
7 PWM_B GND_A 38
C5102 4.7 C5112
R5102 8 V1_CM GND_B 37 1
TO D-AMP 47K
9 GND OUT_B 36
CIRCUIT (2/3) 10 35
AGND PVDD_B
C5151 C5109 0.033
11 VREG BST_B 34
PWM_SR+ 0.1 C5110 0.033
12 PWM_C BST_C 33 L5101 L5103
PWM_SR- G0C100M00007 R5107 R5110 G0B9R5K00007
13 PWM_D 32 3.3 100K
PVDD_C C5143
0.47 SR+
14 TEST OUT_C 31 C5113 2 1 C5130 1 2
15 NC GND_C 30 1 0.01 C5136
R5113 1000P
16 NC 29 10K R5111
GND_D 100K
SD SR-
17 SD(L) OUT_D 28 4 3 R5108 3 4
C5114 D
18 27 1 3.3
OTW(L) OUT_D C5144 C5137
19 PVDD_D 26 0.47 1000P
READY
C5107 C5131
20 M1 PVDD_D 25 0.033 0.01
21 M2 BST_D 24
22 M3 GVDD_CD 23
IC5100
C1AB00003582 C5106
0.1
DGND DIGITAL AMPLIFIER

R5106
10

VDD

R5206
C5205 10 L5200 R5210 R5220
L5203 E
G0C100M00007 R5216 G0B9R5K00007
0.1 3.3 100K 5.6K
C5241
0.47 FL+
2 1 C5232 1 2
0.01 C5236
C5200 C5250 C5204 R5213 1000P
10 0.1 4.7 10K R5217
R5211 100K FL-
R5200 1 44 3.3 4
10 PSU_REF GVDD_AB 4 3 C5242 3
2 VDD BST_A 43 0.47 C5233 C5237
R5202 R5205 22K C5208 0.01 1000P
3 OC_ADJ PVDD_A 42 GND
100 0.033
VALID
4 /RESET PVDD_A 41
C5201 C5202 4700P C5211
5 C_STARTUP OUT_A 40
PWM_FL+ 100P 1
6 PWM_A OUT_A 39
PWM_FL-
7 PWM_B GND_A 38
C5203 4.7 C5212
R5203 8 V1_CM GND_B 37 1 F
47K
9 GND OUT_B 36
PVDD
10 AGND PVDD_B 35
C5251 C5209 0.033
11 VREG BST_B 34
PWM_FR+ 0.1 C5210 0.033
12 PWM_C BST_C 33
PWM_FR-
13 PWM_D PVDD_C 32
14 TEST OUT_C 31 C5213
1 R5218 R5219 R5221
15 NC GND_C 30 100K 100K 5.6K
16 NC GND_D 29 L5201 L5202
G0C100M00007 R5208 G0B9R5K00007
17 SD(L) OUT_D 28 3.3
C5214 C5243
0.47 FR+
18 OTW(L) OUT_D 27 1 2 1 C5230 1 2
READY PVDD_D 0.01 C5234
19 26 R5212 1000P
20 M1 PVDD_D 25
C5207 0.033
R5209
10K
FR-
G
21 M2 BST_D 24 4 3 3.3 3 4
C5244
0.47 C5235
22 M3 GVDD_CD 23 C5231 1000P
IC5200 0.01
C1AB00003582
DIGITAL AMPLIFIER C5206
0.1

R5207
10

P1

1/3 2/3 3/3


SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P D-AMP CIRCUIT H

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

102
18.6. SMPS Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 13
A

F SMPS CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE

P1

B
D5802
B0HBSM000056
HEATSINK*
ZJ1*
WIRE CLAMPER
G1 G2
1 2 3
R5862
JW2 2.2K T5701
PGND 9 ETS40BD15GAD 2 1
PGND MAIN TRANSFORMER
GND 8
SYNC
TO A SYNC 7
SYS3R8V 9
GND
8
D5702
B0ZAZ0000089
C DIGITAL(MICON) SYS6V 6
DC18V 5 C5791 R5864 D5714 R5809 R5832 C5805 C5840 C5841 3
CIRCUIT (CN2309) 10 1.8K DZ2J30000L 680 8.2K 0.01 0.01 10 7
DC18V 4 50V820
IN SCHEMATIC
POWER_CONT 3
DIAGRAM - 2 PCONT 11 6 R5702
PCONT 2 33K
DCDET 1 R5703 C5713 D5704
12 5 33K 0.01 DZ2J200M0L
QR5862 +35V
B1GBCFGG0030 13 4
DC DETECT C5814 C5813 C5800 C5826 VIN
35V470 35V470 0.01 0.01 Q5720
GND
14 B1ABMG000008
D5803 R5720 D5712 R5722 D5706
B0HFRJ000012 22 B0EAMM000057 VOLTAGE REGULATOR 2.2K B0ACCK000005
VCC
15 2 7
D +21V R5721
JW1 10K
TO E +35V 4
16
GND
1 D5710
B0ECFR000003
D-AMP CIRCUIT +35V 3 6
(CN5400) 3 2 1 C5720
PGND 2 100P
IN SCHEMATIC PGND 1 5
DIAGRAM - 11
D5705
ZJ5703 DZ2J200M0L

D5708 C5721 C5726 R5725 C5722


B0ACCK000005 220P 50V10 47K 100P

E 4
3
2

TO SMPS
CIRCUIT (2/2)
R5801
100
PC5720
B3PBA0000503
D5703 R5807 FEEDBACK R5730
DZ2J062M0L 680 1K
F 1 4
R5808 C2903
2.2K 1000P
2 3 1
R5803 D5707
C5817 220 DZ2J062M0L
6800P C
K
R5806 C2904
R5814 R5804 15K 1000P IC5801
100K 82K A A
C5818 C2905
C0DABYY00011 R5729
SHUNT REGULATOR 47K
0.1 56P R
R

R5805
G 5.6K

R5818
470

1/2 2/2
H
NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P SMPS CIRCUIT

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

103
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 14
A

F SMPS CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE

PC5702
B3PBA0000503
P1 SYNC R5704
SYNC Q5898 390K
B1ABCF000176 4 1 (RED)
R5898 D5711 R5707 TH5702
SWITCH 820K B0ECET000002 390K D4CAA2R20001 TL11*
R5897
3 2
TO G B
R5821 C5897
100 100K 0.01 AC INLET CIRCUIT
IN SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
PC5799
B3PBA0000503
FEEDBACK
TL21*
R5894 (BLK)
150
1 4
R5890
2.2K
2 3

T5751
ETS19AB2E6AG
SUB TRANSFORMER
R5798 D5716 R5902
C
22 B0EAMM000057 120
+18V
6
D5896 C5798
B0EAMM000057 50V10
SYS3R8V +3.3V IC5799
7 5
MIP2F20MSSCF
SWITCHING MODE POWER D5791 R5901
SUPPLY CONTROL B0BC9R000008 1K
R5895 R5893 8 4
C 15K 18K
K
9 3 5 D VCC 4
A C5898 C5899 C5795
A 1000P
0.1 10V220
10 2 CL 3
R GND
R R5795
470K
1 7 S FB 2
IC5900 R5797 D
15K
C0DBEYY00070 8 S VDD 1
SHUNT REGULATOR R5891
36K C5796 C5794
0.1 1
C5706
F1BAF471A013
470P
PGND

PC5901
PCONT B3PBA0000503
PCONT R5906
100K
QR5901 1 4 E
B1GBCFLL0037 R5903 R5905
PCONT SWITCH 330 10K Q5901
2 3 B1ADCF000001
SWITCH
D5701
B0FBAR000043
D5901
B0EAKM000117
TO SMPS 4
CIRCUIT (1/2)
IC5701 3 C5702
F0CAF104A105
C5HACYY00007 0.1
SWITCHING REGULATOR 2
D5709
B0ACCK000005
7 7 OCP/BD 1 F
R5732 C5723
220 470P
1 6 FB

C5725 5 OLP/SS
0.1
HEATSINK*
6 4 VCC
R5733 C5731
D5713 C5724 47K 0.1
B0BC035A0007 1000P 3 GND G1 G2
C5730
1
4 2 S
C5712 K5720
C5700 200V560 0
2 1 D
1 F1BAF1020020
D5903
1000P G
B0ACCK000005 2
C5747 ZJ5702
5 3300P 3
Q5902
C5901
B1ABCF000176 1000P R5727 R5726
SWITCH 0.15 0.15

1/2 2/2
NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-BTT190P/PC,SA-BTT195P/PC,SA-BTT196P SMPS CIRCUIT H

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

104
19 Printed Circuit Board
19.1. Digital P.C.B.

A DIGITAL P.C.B. (RFKB4753A...BTT190P/PC)


(RFKB4753E...BTT195P/PC,BTT196P)
H

R2456
R58049

C58025

RX2330
C58043
R58052 1 14 R2457
C2424

RX59004
R58053

L2301
C58015
5 IC58003 10

R5429
C58016
R2337
8
7
R2440 Q5403
E 5 4

G
C59008 C59003 C

C59001
C59002
R5422
B
RX2322 RX2321 C59014 C59311 IC5401 R5430 Q5400
B
Q2301 R5435 C

C59004

C59314
C E
QR2300 L5404

C5420
8 1

C59015
B
IC59302

C59302

RX59300
R2336
C B E IC59301 RX59005 LB59002 3 2 1

C58078
E RX59301 R58031 R59706 R5424

C58076
C2319 4 3
D2300

C58077
R58024 1 14
LB2307

R2324 2
R58030 C59315
5 R58019 1 14 C59007
LB2843 R2300 1 4 5

C58075
D2309

R58026 C59005
C58050 IC58005
5 10 R58020
QR2302
C59303
C59305

C58036 IC58004 10
B D2311 R2349 C59300 7 8 C58008 5
C
C59306

E C58035 7 8
D2310
D2303

LB2809 QR2301
E
C
LB2800 B
LB2842 T9 T1 T9 T1

T59302 12 43

F
R2916

R2919
R2924
R2338

R2955 3 2 1
R2918
C2972

R2927
T59301

R2926
R2917 Q2902 IC52002 IC52001
C2977 R2925
LB2839

C2966
C2328 C2327

4 5 6 5 4
C2981
21 R2930 C2960 R2913
20 15 11
IC2305
C2963 C2961

34 C2950 R2907
C2971 C2964
C2973 C2953
LB2838

8 1
IC2901

C52037
R52021
3 2 1 A9 A1 A9 A1
C2323
C2325
Q2903 LB2300
24 20 15 10 5 1
LB2302

4 5 6
C2331

1 5 10
C2417

C2324

R2956 C2974 C2983 D2306 R56305


R2929 R2921
C2962 R2920
R2908

C2976
R2923

R52020
C2957 R2915
R2922 LB2305 R52022 C56301 Q56301
D2312
D2302

G
C2315
C2316

R2914 LB2303 R52023 R56306 D


S
LB2301

E R2428
AF26 AF1 R56304
RX2300

3 1

IC2302 RX2309 IC51301


R2309

RX2306
LB57002
LB57003
LB57001

R5436

R56310
2 R59601
C56302 R56311
C59604

75 70 65 60 55 51 FL59601
RX2310 RX2304
RX59603

R56308 R56307
LB51003 R59602 C56303

R56309
C56304
76 50 R2333 U17 U10 3 2 1
R2332
80
RX59602

45 R56312 4 5 6

IC51001 IC56303 C56305

LB3909
C56306
85 25 30 35 40 45 48
R2310 C2308 40
R2311 R2316 IC2300
C55099

90 R51001
C2309 R2317 K17 K10
R2335

35 C57010 R51003
C2307

95

C2701
D 30 R57030
C55104

LB2701
RX55005
C55088

C55095
C55087

C55096

100 26
R2375

C55126
RX2312
1 5 10 15 20 25
X2300
R2301
RX55020

A26 A1
RX55004
R2315
R2361
C2313

RX55002
C2306

RX55017
C55111

C55110

R55059

L56300 L56303
RX55010 4321 4321
R55018 LB2571
Q55009 8765 8765
C55045