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PSG1004009CE

Blu-ray Disc Home Theater Sound System


Model No. SA-BT230GA
SA-BT230GS
Vol.1
Product Color: (K)...Black Type

Notes: 1) These model’s BD Drive/Main P.C.B. Assembly are:-


- RFKNBT230GAA (For GA);
- RFKNBT230GSA (For GS);
2) Please refer to the original service manual for:
• Speaker system SB-BT230P-K, Order No: PSG1001007CE.

Caution:
Pairing of BD Drive and Main P.C.B. as “BD Drive & Main P.C.B. Assembly” have to be replaced together. If
either BD Drive or Main P.C.B. is changed, BD Drive unit has to carry out re-adjustment due to alignment
data for BD Drive Unit is stored in the Main P.C.B.

© Panasonic Corporation 2010. All rights reserved.


Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation
of law.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE PAGE
1 Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------3 10.20. Replacement of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100/
1.1. GENERAL GUIDELINES --------------------------------3 IC5200)----------------------------------------------------- 69
1.2. Before Use ---------------------------------------------------3 10.21. Disassembly of Power P.C.B.------------------------- 70
1.3. Before Repair and Adjustment--------------------------4 10.22. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.------------------------- 71
1.4. Protection Circuitry-----------------------------------------4 10.23. Replacement of Switching Regulator IC
1.5. Safety Parts Information----------------------------------5 (IC5701)---------------------------------------------------- 73
1.6. Caution for AC cord (For GS only)---------------------6 10.24. Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5702) ---------- 74
2 Warning --------------------------------------------------------------7 10.25. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5802) -------- 75
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) 10.26. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5803) -------- 76
to Electrostatic Sensitive (ES) Devices ---------------7 10.27. Disassembly of Fan ------------------------------------- 77
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode -------------------------------8 11 Service Position------------------------------------------------- 80
2.3. Service caution based on Legal restrictions---------9 11.1. Checking & Repairing Side B of Main P.C.B. ----- 80
2.4. Handling Precautions for BD Drive ------------------ 10 11.2. Checking & Repairing Side A of Main P.C.B. ----- 80
3 Service Navigation---------------------------------------------- 11 11.3. Checking & Repairing D-Amp P.C.B. --------------- 82
3.1. Service Information -------------------------------------- 11 11.4. Checking & Repairing SMPS P.C.B. ---------------- 84
3.2. Caution for Replacing Parts --------------------------- 12 11.5. Checking & Repairing Panel P.C.B.----------------- 86
4 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------- 13 12 Voltage & Waveform Chart ---------------------------------- 88
5 Location of Controls and Components------------------ 15 12.1. Main P.C.B. (1/3)----------------------------------------- 88
5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operations ------------ 15 12.2. Main P.C.B. (2/3)----------------------------------------- 89
5.2. Main Unit Key Button Operations -------------------- 16 12.3. Main P.C.B. (3/3)----------------------------------------- 90
5.3. Using BD-LIVE or BONUSVIEW in BD-Video ---- 17 12.4. Panel P.C.B. ---------------------------------------------- 91
5.4. Using the iPod/iPhone ---------------------------------- 18 12.5. D-Amp P.C.B. (1/2) -------------------------------------- 92
5.5. Speaker Connections ----------------------------------- 20 12.6. D-Amp P.C.B. (2/2) -------------------------------------- 93
5.6. Disc Playability ------------------------------------------- 21 12.7. Power P.C.B. --------------------------------------------- 93
5.7. SD Information -------------------------------------------- 23 12.8. SMPS P.C.B. --------------------------------------------- 94
5.8. File Extension Type Support (MP3/JPEG/ 12.9. Waveform Table (1/2)----------------------------------- 95
DivX/AVCHD/MPEG2 files) ---------------------------- 24 12.10. Waveform Table (2/2)----------------------------------- 96
6 Operating Instructions ---------------------------------------- 26 13 Illustration of ICs, Transistor and Diode ---------------- 97
6.1. Removing of disc during abnomality ---------------- 26 14 Block Diagram --------------------------------------------------- 99
7 Self-Diagnostic and Special Mode Setting ------------- 27 14.1. Main(System Control) ---------------------------------- 99
7.1. Special Mode Table 1 ----------------------------------- 27 14.2. Main(Audio) ---------------------------------------------- 100
7.2. Special Mode Table 2 ----------------------------------- 28 14.3. Digital Audio---------------------------------------------- 102
7.3. Error Code Table ----------------------------------------- 29 14.4. Power Supply(Main Section) ------------------------ 103
7.4. Service Mode---------------------------------------------- 31 15 Wiring Diagram------------------------------------------------- 105
8 Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 36 16 Schematic Diagram Notes ---------------------------------- 107
8.1. Troubleshooting Guide for F61 and/or F76 -------- 36 17 Schematic Diagram ------------------------------------------- 109
9 Service Fixture & Tools --------------------------------------- 40 17.1. Main(Micon/Tuner) Circuit ---------------------------- 109
9.1. Service Tools and Equipment ------------------------- 40 17.2. Panel Circuit --------------------------------------------- 116
10 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 41 17.3. D-Amp Circuit-------------------------------------------- 117
10.1. Disassembly Flow Chart-------------------------------- 42 17.4. SMPS Circuit--------------------------------------------- 121
10.2. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations ----------- 43 17.5. Power, Power Button & AC Inlet Circuit----------- 123
10.3. Disassembly of Top Cabinet--------------------------- 44 17.6. iPod/iPhone, Optical In, Wireless Adapter &
10.4. Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B. ----------------------- 45 Voltage Selector Circuit ------------------------------- 124
10.5. Disassembly of Voltage Selector P.C.B.------------ 46 18 Printed Circuit Board----------------------------------------- 125
10.6. Disassembly of Optical In P.C.B. --------------------- 46 18.1. Main P.C.B.----------------------------------------------- 125
10.7. Disassembly of Wireless Adapter P.C.B.----------- 46 18.2. Panel, Power, Power Button & AC Inlet P.C.B. - 127
10.8. Disassembly of Rear Panel---------------------------- 48 18.3. D-Amp P.C.B. -------------------------------------------- 128
10.9. Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly ----- 48 18.4. SMPS P.C.B.--------------------------------------------- 129
10.10. Dissassembly of Panel P.C.B. ------------------------ 49 18.5. iPod/iPhone, Optical In, Wireless Adapter &
10.11. Dissassembly of Power Button P.C.B. -------------- 51 Voltage Selector P.C.B. ------------------------------- 130
10.12. Replacement of Cradle Lid ---------------------------- 53 19 Terminal Function of ICs ------------------------------------ 131
10.13. Disassembly of iPod Cradle Assembly ------------- 54 19.1. IC6001(C0HBB0000057): IC FL Driver ----------- 131
10.14. Disassembly of iPod/iPhone P.C.B. ----------------- 56 20 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List---------- 133
10.15. Replacement of DVD Lid Unit------------------------- 57 20.1. Exploded View and Mechanical replacement
10.16. Disassembly of Front Shield Plate Unit ------------ 59 Part List --------------------------------------------------- 133
10.17. Disassembly of BD Drive------------------------------- 60 20.2. Electrical Replacement Part List -------------------- 139
10.18. Disassembly of Main P.C.B. --------------------------- 66
10.19. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B. ------------------------ 68

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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

1.2. Before Use


Be sure to disconnect the mains cord before adjusting the voltage selector.
Use a minus(-) screwdriver to set the voltage selector (on the rear panel) to the voltage setting for the area in which the unit will be
used. (If the power supply in your area is 110V ~ 127V or 220V ~ 240V, set to the “110V ~ 127V or 220V ~ 240V” position.)
Note that this unit will be seriously damaged if this setting is not made correctly. (There is no voltage selector for some countries,
the correct voltage is already set.)

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1.3. Before Repair and Adjustment
Disconnect AC power to discharge unit AC Capacitors as such (C5700, C5701, C5702, C5703, C5705, C5706) 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 100/127 V, 50/60 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode volume minimal should be ~ 600 mA
Current consumption at AC 240 V, 50 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode volume minimal should be ~ 600 mA

1.3.1. Caution for fuse replacement

1.4. 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.

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1.5. Safety Parts Information
Safety Parts List:
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety.
These parts are marked by ( ) 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
2 REXX1122 1P BLACK WIRE (AC-SMPS)
3 REXX1123 1P RED WIRE (AC-SMPS)
20 RGRX1001L-C REAR PANEL GS
20 RGRX1001L-G REAR PANEL GA
29 RKMX1002-K2 TOP CABINET
49 RFKNBT230GAA BD DRIVE / MAIN P.C.B. ASS'Y GA
49 RFKNBT230GSB BD DRIVE / MAIN P.C.B. ASS'Y GS
60 REXX1120 1P WHITE WIRE (SMPS-VOLTAGE SELECTOR)
61 REXX1121 1P BLUE WIRE (SMPS-VOLTAGE SELECTOR)
101 VQL1V70-J LASER CAUTION LABEL
A2 RFAX0027 AC CORD UNIT GA
A2 RFAX0024 AC CORD UNIT
A2 RFAX1022 AC CORD UNIT GS
A3 VQT2Q56 O/I BOOK (En)
A3 VQT2Q57 O/I BOOK (Ar/Pe) GS
A3 VQT2Q58 O/I BOOK (Cn) GA
PCB5 REPX0803MA SMPS P.C.B. (RTL)
PCB6 REPX0803MA AC INLET P.C.B. (RTL)
PCB7 REPX0803MA VOLTAGE SELECTOR P.C.B. (RTL)
PCB11 RFKNBT230GAAA BD DRIVE / MAIN P.C.B. ASS'Y
PCB11 RFKNBT230GSAA BD DRIVE / MAIN P.C.B. ASS'Y
DZ5701 ERZV10V511CS ZNR
S5701 K0ABCA000007 SW VOLTAGE SELECTOR
L5702 ELF22V025A LINE FILTER
L5703 ELF22V025A LINE FILTER
T5701 ETS42BM1H6AC TRANSFORMER
T5751 ETS19AB2A6AG SUB TRANSFORMER
T6100 G4D1A0000142 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER
PC5702 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER
PC5720 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER
PC5799 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER
RY701 K6B1AEA00003 RELAY
F1 K5D802BNA005 FUSE
TH5702 D4CAA5R10001 THERMISTOR
P5701 K2AA2B000011 AC INLET
C5700 F1BAF471A013 470pF
C5701 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF
C5702 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF
C5703 F0CAF104A105 0.1uF
C5705 F1BAF471A013 470pF
C5706 F1BAF471A013 470pF

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1.6. Caution for AC cord (For GS only)

(For Saudi Arabia and Kuwait) WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE
("GS" area code model only) EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE LETTER
For your safety, please read the following text carefully. E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL OR COLOURED GREEN OR
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin GREEN/YELLOW.
mains plug for your safety and convenience. THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF KEEP DRY.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that Before use
the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it Remove the connector cover.
is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. How to replace the fuse
Check for the ASTA mark A A or the BSI mark on the The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC
body of the fuse. mains plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must fitted and follow the instructions below.
ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until 1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your Figure A Figure B
local dealer. Fuse cover

CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE
FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN
THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG 2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL Figure A Figure B
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO
ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET. Fuse Fuse
(5 ampere) (5 ampere)
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring
code as stated below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed
as follows:
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
Black or Blue.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
Brown or Red.

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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), 650 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
2.3.1. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)
The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this
equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.

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

Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used

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

(See right figure)

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

Figure 1

2.4.1. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention


Some devices such as the DVD player use the optical pickup (laser diode) and the optical pickup will be damaged by static electric-
ity in the working environment. Proceed servicing works under the working environment where grounding works is completed.

2.4.1.1. Worktable grounding


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

2.4.1.2. Human body grounding


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

Figure 2

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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.

• BD Drive & Digital Circuitries:


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

- Schematic Diagram, Block Diagram and Eletrical Replacement partlist for individual of Digital Circuitries.

2) The following category are recycle module part. Please send them to Central Repair Center.

- BD Drive & Main P.C.B. Assembly (BT230GA: RFKNBT230GAA)


(BT230GS: RFKNBT230GSA)

• Wireless system (optional)


1) This model supports to wireless surround speaker, SH-FX71GC-K (For GA)
SH-FX71GS-K (For GS)

2) For information of wireless system, Please refer to original service manual, [Order No.: PSG1002003CE (SH-FX71GC-K),
PSG1004029AE (SH-FX71GS-K)]

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3.2. Caution for Replacing Parts
3.2.1. Items that should be done after replacing parts

Note 1:
Download latest Firmware and burn it on CD-R or CD-RW, and update Firmware.

3.2.2. Standard Inspection Specifications after Making Repairs


After making repairs, we recommend performing the following inspection, to check normal operation.

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. *[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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4 Specifications Wave length:
790 nm (CDs)/655 nm (DVDs)/405 nm (BDs)
Laser power:
No hazardous radiation is emitted with the safety protection
Main unit SA-BT230GA/GS
TERMINAL SECTION
OGENERAL
USB:
Power supply: AC 110 V to 127 V, 220 V to
USB Port Power: USB 2.0 High Speed
240 V, 50/60 Hz
Max 500 mA
iPod/iPhone Connector: DC OUT 5 V 500 mA MAX
Bit Rate:
Power consumption: 100 W
Up to 4 Mbps (DivX)
Power consumption in standby mode:
Ethernet:
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
0.2 W
1 system
Dimensions (W×H×D): 430 mm×54 mm×287 mm SD card slot:
Mass (Weight): Approx. 3.1 kg Connector : 1 system
Operating temperature range: 0 °C to 40 °C Mono, 3.5 mm
(Dimensions and Weight do not Note:
include Speakers)
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Operating humidity range: 35 % to 80 % RH Mass and dimensions are approximate.
(no condensation) 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
OAMPLIFIER SECTION analyzer.
RMS TTL Power Output: 1000 W Solder:
1 kHz, 10 % total harmonic distortion This model uses lead free solder (PbF).
Front:
125 W per ch (3 Ω)
Center:
250 W per ch (6 Ω)
Surround:
125 W per ch (3 Ω)
100 Hz, 10 % total harmonic distortion Refer to their respective original service manuals for *1.
Subwoofer:
250 W per ch (6 Ω)
DIN TTL Power Output: 590 W
1 kHz, 1.0 % total harmonic distortion
Front:
90 W per ch (3 Ω)
Center:
115 W per ch (6 Ω)
Surround:
90 W per ch (3 Ω)
100 Hz, 1.0 % total harmonic distortion
Subwoofer:
115 W per ch (6 Ω)
Audio input
AUX x1
Digital audio input
Optical: x2
Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Audio Format: PCM, Dolby Digital
OFM TUNER SECTION
Present Memory: 30 Stations
Frequency range:
87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz (50 kHz step)
Antenna terminals: 75 Ω (unbalanced)
OVIDEO SECTION
Signal system: PAL 625/50, PAL 525/60,
NTSC
Video output
Output level: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Output connector: Pin jack (1 system)
HDMI AV output
Output format:
480p(525p)/ 1080i(1125i)/ 720p(750p)/ 1080p(1125p)
Output connector: Type A (19 pin)
HDMI (Deep Colour, X.V. ColourTM, High Bit rate Audio)
This unit supports “HDAVI Control 5” function.
LASER Specification
Class 1 LASER Product

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5 Location of Controls and Components
5.1. Remote Control Key Button Operations

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5.2. Main Unit Key Button Operations

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5.3. Using BD-LIVE or BONUSVIEW in BD-Video

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5.4. Using the iPod/iPhone

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5.4.1. iPod /iPhone Playback

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5.5. Speaker Connections

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5.6. Disc Playability

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Discs that cannot be played in this unit
Any other disc that is not specifically supported or
previously described.
2.6 GB and 5.2 GB DVD-RAM
DVD-RAM that cannot be removed from cartridge
Super Audio CD
Photo CD
DVD-Audio
Video CD and Super Video CD
WMA discs
DivX discs
PAL discs
HD DVD
BD-Video discs recorded at a rate of 50 fields/sec

Region management information


BD-Video
This unit plays BD-Video marked with labels containing the
region code A.
Example:

DVD-Video
This unit plays DVD-Video marked with labels containing the
region number 1 or A LL .
Example:

1
1 ALL 2
4

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5.7. SD Information

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5.8. File Extension Type Support (MP3/JPEG/DivX/AVCHD/MPEG2 files)

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5.8.1. File Folders Structures

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6 Operating Instructions
6.1. Removing of disc during abnomality
6.1.1. When the power can be turned off.
Step 1 Turn off the power.
Step 2 Press & hold [SKIP FWD] button on remote and [OPEN/CLOSE] button on main unit for 5 seconds.

6.1.2. When the power cannot be turned off.


• Press & hold the [POWER] button to turn off the power forcibly, then press & hold [SKIP FWD] button on remote and [OPEN/
CLOSE] button on main unit for 5 seconds.

6.1.3. Using service eject pin.


1. Turn off the power and remove AC cord.
2. Remove the Top Cabinet.
3. Remove BD Drive.
4. Insert Eject Pin (JZJ0484) into the hole on the bottom of BD Drive and slide the eject Pin in the direction of the arrow to eject
tray slightly.
5. Remove disc.

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7 Self-Diagnostic and Special Mode Setting
7.1. Special Mode Table 1
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.

Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description Front Key
Initialize Mode *All the main unit’s parameters are initialized. Press & hold [VOL+], [OPEN/
1) Unit power-up
2) FL shows "Hello" then "goodbye" ----------- CLOSE] follow by [POWER]
button in sequence during
3) Unit power-down
power off.
4) Unplug & plug AC Cord
Rating password The audiovisual level setting password is ini- Press [SKIP REV] on remote
tialized to Level 8. INIT control, follow by [PLAY] on main
unit simultaneously for five
seconds when power-on.
Service Mode Setting every kind of modes for servicing. Press & hold [VOL+], [OPEN/
*Details are described in 7.3.1. Service Mode SERV CLOSE] & [PLAY] on main
at a glance. unit for 3S or more during
power off.
BD-ROM history cleaning < Persistent Storage> of BD-ROM standard is When power on press [STOP] on
cleaned.
Screen display: [The player’s history data has ****** main unit & [POWER] on remote
control.
been cleared] is displayed for five seconds. Same display as before
execution.

Forced disc eject Removing a disc that cannot be ejected. The display before When power is off, press [SKIP
The tray will open and unit will shift to P-off execution leaves. FWD] on remote control & [OPEN/
mode. CLOSE] key on main unit
While Demonstration Lock is being set, this
Forced disc eject function is not accepted. ****** simultaneously for 5 seconds
or more.

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.
Aging Perform sequence of modes as * Aging Display following the mode. When the power is ON, press
Description shown below continually. [SKIP FW], [PLAY] & [OPEN/
CLOSE] simultaneously for over 5
seconds and less than 10 seconds.
NOTE1:
If Unit has not turned into Aging
mode by operations shown above,
execute TEST MODE once and re-
execute operation shown above.
(*All the main unit s parameters
include tuner are initialized by TEST
mode.)
NOTE2:
If the unit has hung-up because of
pressing keys for over 10 seconds,
once turn off the power, and re-exe-
cute this command.
*When releasing Aging mode, press
[POWER] key over 10 seconds.

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7.2. Special Mode Table 2
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description Front Key
Demonstration lock/ Ejection of the disc is prohibited. *When lock the tray. When the power is on, press
unlock The lock setting is effective until unlocking the [PLAY] and [OPEN/CLOSE] keys
tray and not released by Main unit simultaneously for 5 seconds.
initialization of service mode.
LOCK is displayed for 3 seconds. Note:
When a disc is not in tray, this
setting is not effective.
*When unlock the tray. When the power is on, press
[PLAY] and [OPEN/CLOSE] keys
simultaneously for 5 seconds.

UNLOCK is displayed for 3 sec-


onds.
*When press OPEN/CLOSE key Press [OPEN/CLOSE] key while the
while the tray being locked. tray is being locked.

Display LOCK for 3 seconds.


Progressive initialization The progressive setting is initialized to Inter- The display before execution When the power is on (SS mode),
lace. leaves. press [STOP] and [PLAY] simulta-
neously for 5 seconds.

Micro-P version check To check for main & sub firmware version When the power is on, press &
no., model no. & date of production. FL Display hold [SKIP REV] on remote control
follow by [POWER] on main unit.
(i) M-XXXX

Main Firmware Version

(ii) S-YYYY

Sub Firmware Version

(iii) AA/BB/CC

Date

(iv) ZZZZZZ

Model No.

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7.3. Error Code Table
7.3.1. Error Code Table (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.
SET *
* 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.
U59
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 remain-
ing 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 (com- No display
(HDCP incompatible) patible with DVI such as TV, amplifier etc.)
connected to the unit by HDMI is incompatible
U71
with HDCP.
*HDCP=High-bandwidth Digital Content Pro-
tection
U72 HDMI connection error This error is displayed when there are any No display
(communication error) communication problems with the unit and the U72
equipments (TV, amplifier etc.) connected to
the unit by HDMI. (or when there is a problem
U72 display disappears when
with the HDMI cable)
error has been solved by Power
OFF/ON of connecting equipment
or by inserting/removing of HDMI
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
U73
HDMI cable)
U73 display disappears when
error has been solved by Power
OFF/ON of connecting equipment
or by inserting/removing of HDMI
cable.
F99 Hang-up Displayed when communication error has No display
occurred between Main microprocessor
and Timer microprocessor
F99
Displayed is left until the [POWER]
key is pressed.
H19 Inoperative fan motor When inoperative fan motor is detected after No display No display
powered on, the power is turned off
automatically.
The event is saved in memory.
F00 No error information Initial setting for error code in memory No display No display
(Error code Initialization is possible with error
code initialization and main unit initialization.)
F34 Initialization error when main When initialization error is detected after No display No display
microprocessor is started up starting up main microprocessor the power
for program recording 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.
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.
*Exceptionally in case of the disc is dirty.
NO READ Disc read error *A disc is flawed or dirty. Cannot rea d.
*A poor quality failed to start. Please check the NOREAD
*The track information could not be read. disc.
HARD Drive error The drive detected a hard error. DVD drive error. Display for 5 seconds.
ERR
HARD ERR
The character indication flows
sideways.

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7.3.2. Error Code Table 2 (For BD)
Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display
SELF Restoration operation Since the power cord fell out during a power No display
CHECK failure or operation, it is under restoration SELF CHECK
operation.
*It will OK, if a display disappears automati-
cally. If a display does not disappear, there is
the possibility that defective Digital P.C.B. /
DVD drive.
PLEASE Unit is in termination process Unit is in termination process now. No display
WAIT BYE is displayed and power will be turned off. PLEASE WAIT
The character indication flows
sideways.
UNFOR- Unformatted disc error You have inserted an unformatted DVD-RAM The disc is not
MAT or DVD-RW that is unformatted or recorded formatted properly. UNFORMAT
on other equipment.

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


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

7.3.3. Error Code Table 3 (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
has DC voltage or fan is not working.

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.) C22 not available.

H19 Fan Unit & its Fan Unit is not operating properly Press [ STOP] on main
circuitries unit for next error.

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7.4. Service Mode
To enter service mode: While the power is off, press & hold [VOL+] & [OPEN/CLOSE] button on main unit for 3 secs or more follow
by [PLAY] button on main unit.

7.4.1. Service Mode Table 1


Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Release Items Item of Service Mode executing is cancelled. Press [0] [0] or [Return] in service
mode.
SERV
Error Code Display Last Error Code of U/H/F held by Timer is dis- Press [0] [1] in service mode
played on FL.
*Details are described in 7.1.1. Self-Diagno-
stic Functions.

If any error history dose not exist,


[F00] is displayed.
ROM Version Display 1. Region code (displayed for 5 sec.) Press [0] [2] in service mode
2. Main firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
3. Timer firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
4. Drive firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
5. ROM correction version (left displayed)

* are version displays.


Drive check Simple quality of BD/DVD drive. Press [3] [8] in service mode.

*If the date of the present or the


trouble occurred time is incorrect, it
may be not able to judge correctly.

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7.4.2. Service Mode Table 2
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Laser Used Time Check laser used time (hours) of drive. Press [4] [1] in service mode.
Indication
******
(******) 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 Recording:

BR ****
3. DVD Playback:

DP ****
4. DVD Recording:

DR ****
5. CD:

CD ****

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7.4.3. Service Mode Table 3
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
BD/DVD drive last error BD/DVD drive 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.

DDhhmm

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

DVDPRW

BDROM

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

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


seconds. identified, display is black out.

7. Factor of drive error (hexadeci-


mal) occurring is left displayed.

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7.4.5. Service Mode Table 5
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)

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

CECHOK

CECHNG

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

CECLOK

CECLNG

Tray OPEN/CLOSE Test The DVD drive tray is opened and closed Press [9] [1] in service mode
repeatedly. *When releasing this mode, press
the [POWER] button of Remote
Controller more than 10 seconds.
* is number of open/close cycle
times.
Delete the Laser Used Laser used time stored in the memory of the Press [9] [5] in service mode.
Time unit is deleted.
CLR
Delete the Last Drive Delete the Last Drive Error information stored Press [9] [6] in service mode.
Error on the DVD Drive.
CLR
Delete the Error History Delete Error History information stored on the Press [9] [7] in service mode.
unit.
CLR
Error code initialization Initialization of the last error code held by Press [9] [8] in service mode.
timer (Write in F00)
CLR
Initialize Service Last Drive Error, Error history and Error Press [9] [9] in service mode.
Codes stored on the unit are initialized to fac-
tory setting.
CLR
Finishing service mode Release Service Mode. Display in STOP (SS) mode. Press power button on the front
panel or Remote controller in ser-
vice mode.

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8 Troubleshooting Guide
8.1. Troubleshooting Guide for F61 and/or F76
Symptom Checking items Possible Fault(s) Remarks
Set cannot ON 1 AC Cord 1 Faulty AC Cord,Loose connection Refer to
2 AC Inlet P5701 2 P5701 soldier crack,dry joint,etc. SMPS
3 Fuse F1 3 F1 fuse open P.C.B.
4 Photocoupler 4 PC5702/PC5799 sildier crack,dry joint ,short
PC5702,PC5799 circuit,open circuit,etc Fig 1.
5 Switching IC IC5701 5 Faulty IC5701
6 Switching IC IC5799 6 Faulty IC5799
Set can ON 1 Transformer T5701 1a Short circuit between Pin 14 and pin 16
then F76 1b Short circuit between Pin 15 and pin 16
1c Short circuit between Pin 16 and 17
2 Power P.C.B. 2a Check connection between Power P.C.B (CN2916 Refer to
& CN2917) and SMPS P.C.B (CN5802 & Power
CN5803) P.C.B.
2b L2902 Open (No input to IC2901)
2c Fig 2.
Faulty IC2901 (No output voltage at pin 10 & 11)
2d Faulty Q2902 & Q2903 (Regulator)
2e L2907 open (No DC +12v)
2f L2908 op[en (No DC+5v)
3 3 Check cable connection between main (CN2004) Refer to
and SMPS Main
4 4a Faulty IC2302 P.C.B.
4b LB2301 Open Fig 3.
5 Photocoupler 5 PC5720 solder crack Refer to
PC5720 dry joint,short circuit,open circuit,etc SMPS
Set can ON 1 Rectifier D5802 1a Improper contact between D5802 P.C.B.
working normally to heatsink
Fig 1.
for some time 1b Set trigger tempriture protection
then F76

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8.1.1. SMPS P.C.B.

Photocouple:
Switching IC: IC5799 PC5702, D5799

FUSE: F1

Rectifier: D5802
Switching IC: IC5701
Transformer: T5701

Figure 1. SMPS P.C.B.

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8.1.2. Power P.C.B.

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

Q2903 Q2902

IC2901
(Side B of Power P.C.B.)

L2902 CN2916, CN2917,


L2907 L2908

Fig 2. Power P.C.B.

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8.1.3. Main P.C.B.

CN2004

IC2302,
LB2301
Fig 3. Main P.C.B.

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9 Service Fixture & Tools
9.1. Service Tools and Equipment
Prepare service tools before process service position.

Service Tools Remarks


SMPS P.C.B. (JW2*) - Main P.C.B. (CN2004) REXX1099 (10P Cable)
Main P.C.B. (CN2006) - D-Amp P.C.B. (CN5402) RFKZBT230P (18P FFC)

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10 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, equipments or jigs is being used.
• During replacement of component parts, please refer to the section of “Replacement Parts List” as described in the
service manual.
• Select items from the following indexes when disassembly or replacement are required.
• Disassembly of Top Cabinet
• Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Voltage Selector P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Optical In P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Wireless Adapter P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Rear Panel
• Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly
• Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Power Button P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Cradle Lid
• Disassembly of iPod Cradle Assembly
• Disassembly of iPod/iPhone P.C.B.
• Disassembly of DVD Lid Unit
• Disassembly of Front Shield Plate Unit
• Disassembly of BD Drive
• Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
• Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
• Disassembly of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100/IC5200)
• Disassembly of Power P.C.B.
• Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.
• Replacement of Switching Regulator IC (IC5701)
• Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5702)
• Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5802)
• Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5803)
• Disassembly of Fan

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10.1. Disassembly Flow Chart

10.3.Top Cabinet

10.4. AC Inlet P.C.B. 10.9. Front Panel Block 10.17.BD Drive


Assembly

10.5. Voltage Selector 10.10. Panel P.C.B. 10.21.Power P.C.B.


P.C.B.

10.11. Power Button


10.6. Optical In P.C.B. P.C.B. 10.22. SMPS P.C.B.

10.7. Wireless Adapter 10.12.Cradle Lid 10.23. Switching Regulator


P.C.B. IC (IC5701)

10.13.iPod Cradle 10.24. Rectifier Diode


10.8. Rear Panel Assembly (D5702)

10.25. Regulator Diode


10.14.iPod/iPhone P.C.B. (D5802)
10.18. Main P.C.B.

10.26. Regulator Diode


10.15.DVD Lid Unit
10.19. D-Amp P.C.B. (D5803)

10.16. Front Shield


10.20. Digital Amplifier Plate Unit
IC
(IC5100/ IC5200)

10.27. Fan

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

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

Step 2 Remove 3 screws.

Step 5 Press down the catches one by one.


Caution: To avoid shocked by electricity & injured by high
temperature. DO NOT TOUCH electrical components when
insert hand under the Top Cabinet.

Step 3 Slightly pull outwards both side of Top Cabinet.

Step 4 Slightly lift both side of Top Cabinet in an outward direc-


tion about 25°. Step 6 Remove Top Cabinet as arrow shown.

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10.4. Disassembly of AC Inlet P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 1 screw.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that catches of Top


Cabinet is insert into Front Panel properly.
Step 2 Twist the Wire Holder.
Step 3 Release Red(TL10) & Black(TL20) wires from the Wire
Holder.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that Red (TL10) &
Black(TL20) wires are dressed into Wire Holder.
Step 4 Lift up the AC Inlet P.C.B.from the rear panel.

Caution: Replace Top Cabinet insulator sheet if broken &


ensure it is pasted properly at Top Cabinet.

Step 5 Desolder Red (TL10) & Black (TL20) wires on AC Inlet


P.C.B..
Step 6 Remove AC Inlet P.C.B..

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10.5. Disassembly of Voltage Selec-
tor P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top cabinet.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.

Step 2 Detach 13P FFC at the connector (CN4002) on Optical


In P.C.B..

Step 2 Lift up Voltage Selector P.C.B. as arrow shown.

Step 3 Desolder White Wire (TL3) and Blue Wire (TL4) at


solder side of voltage selector P.C.B..
Step 4 Remove Voltage Selector P.C.B.. Step 3 Slightly pull Optical In P.C.B. outwards as arrow (1)
shown.
Step 4 Press Optical In P.C.B. downwards to release it from the
locator as arrow (2) shown.
Step 5 Remove Optical In P.C.B..

10.6. Disassembly of Optical In


P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.

10.7. Disassembly of Wireless


Adapter P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
• Refer to (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 10.5.

Step 1 Remove 1 screw.


Step 2 Press the Transmitter Chassis Unit downward to

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release from the catch.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that Transmitter Chas-
sis Unit is properly inserted & fully catched onto Rear
Panel before screwing.

Step 5 Remove 1 screw.


Step 6 Release 2 catches.

Step 3 Detach Transmitter Chassis Unit from rear panel.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that Wireless Adapter


P.C.B. is seated properly at the locators & fully catched
onto Transmitter Chassis.

Step 4 Detach 17P FFC at the connector (CN3001) on Wire-


less Adapter P.C.B..

Step 7 Remove Wireless Adapter P.C.B..

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10.8. Disassembly of Rear Panel
• Refer to “Disassembly of Optical In P.C.B.”. Step 5 Remove Rear Panel.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Voltage Selector P.C.B.”.

Step 1 Lift up the Wire Clamper.


Step 2 Detach the fan unit connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
P.C.B..

10.9. Disassembly of Front Panel


Block Assembly
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove the rivet.


Caution: Keep the rivet in safe place, place it back during
assembling.
Step 3 Remove 8 screws. Step 2 Detach 15P FFC at the connector (CN1101) on Main
P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 22P FFC at the connector (CN2002) on Main
P.C.B..

Step 4 Release the tabs on both side of the Rear Panel in the
direction of arrow.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that 22P FFC is Caution: Do not exert strong force when releasing the tabs.
dressed away from Power P.C.B. when insertion to Main
P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that 15P FFC is
dressed through Front Shield.

Step 6 Detach the Front Panel Block Assembly.


Step4 Release the tabs on both side of the Front Panel Block
Assembly in the direction of arrow.

10.10. Dissassembly of Panel P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.

Step 5 Release 3 tabs. Step 1 Remove 5 screws.

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• Assembly of Panel P.C.B
Step 1 Solder the 4P cable to the connector (CN6001) on
Panel P.C.B..

Step 2 Release 1 catch.

Step 3 Lift up the Panel P.C.B.. Step 2 Place the Panel P.C.B. onto the Front Panel.
Step 3 Dress 22P FFC according to diagram shown.
Caution: Ensure that it is properly located & fully catched.

Step 4 Desolder the 4P cable at the connector (CN6001) on


Panel P.C.B..
Step 5 Remove Panel P.C.B..

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Step 4 Dress 4P cable into the Front Panel’s ribs according to
diagram shown.

Step 2 Lift up the Power Button P.C.B..

Step 5 Fix 5 screws.

Step 3 Desolder the 4P Cable (H6803) on Power Button


P.C.B..
Step 4 Remove Power Button P.C.B..

10.11. Dissassembly of Power Button


P.C.B.
• Assembly of Power Button P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.
Step 1 Solder 4P cable at (H6803) onto Power Button P.C.B..

Step 1 Remove 1 screw.

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Step 2 Fix the Power Button P.C.B. onto the Front Panel.
Caution: Ensure that it is properly located & seated prop-
erly.

Step 5 Dress 4P cable into Front Panel’s ribs & screw Boss
according to diagram shown.

Step 3 Fix 1 screw.

Step 4 Dress 4P cable in between Front Panel’s ribs as shown.

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10.12. Replacement of Cradle Lid
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.

10.12.1. Disassembly of Cradle Lid


Step 1 Release the Cradle Lid Spring by using a flat head
screw driver in the direction of arrow.

Step 4 Rotate the Cradle Lid about 45° according to the dia-
gram shown.
Step 5 Remove Cradle Lid.

Step 2 Slightly push the Cradle Lid inwards.


Step 3 Slightly lift up the Cradle Lid.

10.12.2. Assembly of Cradle Lid

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Caution: During assembling, replace Cradle Lid Damper if
broken. Ensure it is properly pasted & fully pressed onto
Cradle Lid.

Step 1 Insert the Cradle Lid (Shaft A) into the Front Panel (Slot
A & hole B).

Step 4 Fix the Cradle Lid Spring onto Cradle Lid’s Shaft A.

Step 2 Slightly push the Cradle Lid inwards.


Step 3 Press the Cradle Lid downward.

10.13. Disassembly of iPod Cradle


Assembly
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assemb-
ley”.

Step 1 Detach 15P FFC at the connector (CN1002) on iPod/

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iPhone P.C.B..
Step 2 Remove 1 screw.

Step 3 Open the Front Lid Unit.


Step 4 Open the Cradle Lid.

Step 7 Remove iPod Cradle Assembly.

Step 5 Lift up the iPod Cradle Assembly on both sides.

• Assembly of iPod Cradle Assembly

Step 1 Fix the iPod Cradle Assembly to Front Panel.

Step 6 Press to release iPod Cradle Assembly from Front


Panel as arrow shown.

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Step 2 Press the iPod Cradle Assembly downwards.
Note: A “click” sound can be heard when the iPod Cradle
Assembly is fixed onto the Front Panel properly.
10.14. Disassembly of iPod/iPhone
P.C.B.
• Refer to “Disassembly of iPod Cradle Assembly”.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.


Step 2 Remove iPod/iPhone P.C.B..

Step 3 Press the catch on the iPod Cradle Assembly.


Step 4 Fix 1 screw.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that iPod/iPhone
P.C.B. is seated properly at the locators.

10.15. Replacement of DVD Lid Unit Step 3 Lift the DVD Lid Spring at Shaft A in the direction of
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”. arrow.

10.15.1. Disassembly of DVD Lid Unit


Step 1 Push backward the Shaft B of the DVD Lid Unit in the
direction of arrow.

Step 2 Push forward the Shaft B of the DVD Lid Unit in the
direction of arrow.

Step 4 Move the Shaft A of the DVD Lid Unit in the direction of
arrow.
Step 5 Remove DVD Lid Unit.

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Step 6 Move the DVD Lid Unit to remove from Front Panel.

Step 3 Insert the DVD Lid Unit (Shaft B) into the Front Panel
(Slot B) as arrow shown.

10.15.2. Assembly of DVD Lid Unit


Step 1 Insert the DVD Lid Unit into the Front Panel as arrow
shown.
Caution: Ensure that Shaft A of DVD Lid Unit is fully
inserted into Slot A of Front Panel.

Step 2 Locate DVD Lid Spring in between ribs of Front Panel.

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Caution: Ensure that the Shaft B of DVD Lid Unit is fully Step 4 Remove Front Shield Plate Unit.
inserted into Slot B of Front Panel.

10.16. Disassembly of Front Shield


Plate Unit
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that Front Shield is
properly inserted & fully fixed onto the Bottom Chassis.
Step 1 Remove 2 screws.

Step 2 Remove 1 screw.


Note: Replace the Gaskets if broken.

Step 3 Slightly lift up the Front Shield Plate Unit to release 2


catches at both sides.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that screwing
sequence is strictly followed to illustration shown.

10.17. Disassembly of BD Drive


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Shield Plate Unit”.

Caution: Pairing of BD Drive and Main P.C.B. as “BD Drive


& Main P.C.B. Assembly” have to be replaced together. If
either BD Drive or Main P.C.B. is changed, BD Drive unit Step 4 Lift up to remove the BD Drive.
has to carry out re-adjustment due to alignment data for
BD Drive Unit is stored in the Main P.C.B.

Step 1 Detach 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Main


P.C.B..
Step 2 Detach 18P FFC at the connector (P55002) on Main
P.C.B..

Caution: During assembling, ensure that 18P FFC is


inserted under Main P.C.B. Shield properly.

Step 3 Remove 4 screws.

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10.17.1. Replacement of Upper Base Ass’y
• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.

Step 1 Remove the 4 screws, and push the Hook in.

Step 2 Pull the Tray to the direction of arrow until it can be.

Step 2 Lift up the Upper Base Ass’y, and pull it out to the direc-
tion of arrow.

Step 3 Insert the Eject Pin into the hole of the Tray at 45
degrees, and lean it to the direction of arrow with pushing the
dotted point of the tray forward.
Then the one side of the tray is come off from the Drive.

10.17.2. Replacement of Tray


• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Upper Base Assembly”.

Step 1 Insert the Eject Pin into the hole of the bottom side, and
slide it to the direction of arrow until it can be.

Step 4 Insert the Eject Pin into the Tray as below figure, lift up
the lever using the Eject Pin while pushing the dotted point of
the Tray.
And remove the Tray.

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10.17.4. Replacement Slide Cam
• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Upper Base Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Tray”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Pulley Gear & Belt”.

Step 1 Remove the Sheet.


Step 2 Disconnect the 3 FFCs.
Step 3 Remove the 2 Screws and the Angle.
Step 4 Peel off Coppery Sheet from FFC (A) and remove the
Drive P.C.B..

10.17.3. Replacement of Pulley Gear & Belt


• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Upper Base Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Tray”.

Step 1 Push the Post to the direction of arrow by using the slot-
ted screwdriver.

Caution: Though the Drive P.C.B. is not supplied as


replacement parts, it must be removed for after disassem-
bling.
Step 5 Open the connector lock, and disconnect the FFC.
Step 6 Remove the 2 Screws, and remove the Traverse Base
Ass’y with spreading the 2 hooks to the direction of arrows.

Step 2 Remove the Pulley Gear and Belt.

Step 7 Remove the Slide Cam.

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10.17.5. Replacement of Mid Base, Driver
Gear and Loading Motor
• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Upper Base Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Tray”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Pulley Gear & Belt”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Slide Cam”.

Step 1 Remove the Mid Base and Driver Gear.


Step 2 Remove the Screw to remove the Loading Motor.

Step 3 Remove the Screw , and remove the SW P.C.B. with the
Loading Motor.
Remove the 2 soldering points, and remove the Loading Motor.

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10.17.6. Applying of Grease

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10.17.7. Cleansing the Lens of Optical Pick-Up Unit
• Refer to “Disassembly of BD Drive”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Upper Base Assembly”.

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10.18. Disassembly of Main P.C.B. Step 8 Detach 10P cable at the connector (CN2004) on Main
P.C.B..
• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet Assembly”.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that 10P cable is prop-
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Block Assembly”. erly bend down onto Main P.C.B. Shield Plate according to
• Refer to “Disassembly of Front Shield Plate Unit”. diagram shown.
• Refer to (Step 1) to (Step 2) of item 10.5.
• Refer to “Disassembly of Optical In P.C.B.”.

Caution: Pairing of BD Drive and Main P.C.B. as “BD Drive


& Main P.C.B. Assembly” have to be replaced together. If
either BD Drive or Main P.C.B. is changed, BD Drive unit
has to carry out re-adjustment due to alignment data for
BD Drive Unit is stored in the Main P.C.B.

Step 1 Remove 5 screws.


Step 2 Release the tab at the right side of Rear Panel in the
direction of arrow.

Step 9 Remove 6 screws.

Step 3 Detach 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Main


P.C.B..
Step 4 Detach 18P FFC at the connector (P55002) on Main
P.C.B..
Step 5 Detach 17P FFC at the connector (CN2008) on Main
P.C.B..
Step 6 Detach 18P FFC at the connector (CN2006) on Main
P.C.B..

Step 10 Remove Gasket Holder unit as arrow shown.


Step 11 Remove Main P.C.B. Shield Plate.
Step 12 Remove Main P.C.B. Insulator unit.

Step 7 Lift up the Wire Clamper.

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Caution: During assembling, replace Main P.C.B. Insulator Note: During assembling, replace the Main PC sheets if
unit if broken. Ensure that Main P.C.B. Insulator unit is fully broken.
catched onto Main P.C.B. Shield Plate.

Step 13 Lift up to remove Main P.C.B..

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that Main P.C.B. is
seated properly at the locators.

Step 5 Remove 2 screws on D-Amp P.C.B..

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


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet Assembly”.
• Refer to “Disassembly of AC Inlet Assembly”.

Step 1 Lift Up 2 Wire Clampers.


Step 2 Detach 3P Wire at the connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 6P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 4 Detach 18P FFC at the connector (CN5402) on D-Amp
P.C.B..

Step 6 Remove 4 screws.


Step 7 Release the tab of the side of the Rear Panel in the
direction of arrow.

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10.20. Replacement of Digital Ampli-
fier IC (IC5100/IC5200)
• Refer to “Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.”.

10.20.1. Disassembly of Digital Amplifier IC


(IC5100/IC5200)
Step 1 Place the D-Amp P.C.B. on an insulated material.
Step 2 Remove 3 screws.

Step 8 Remove D-Amp P.C.B. according to direction of arrow


shown.

Step 3 Lift up the D-Amp P.C.B..


Step 4 Upset the D-Amp P.C.B..
Caution: Keep the Heatsink Spacer in safe place. Place it
back during assembling.

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


seated properly at the locators.

Step 5 Desolder pins of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100).


Step 6 Remove Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100).
Note: For disassembling of Digital Amplifier IC (IC5200), repeat
the (Step 1) to (Step 4) of 10.20.1.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that heatsink spacer
is seated properly onto Amp Heatsink.

10.20.2. Assembly of Digital Amplifier IC


(IC5100/IC5200)
Step 1 Mount the Digital Amplifier IC (IC5100) onto the D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 2 Solder 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 check solderability.
Step 3 Apply grease onto the top side of the Digital Amplifier IC
(IC5100).

Caution: Ensure that D-Amp P.C.B. is properly located and


fixed on to Amp Heatsink before screwing.
Step 5 Fix 3 screws.
Caution: During assembling, ensure that screwing
sequence is strictly follow to the illustration shown.
Note: For assembling of others Digital Amplifier IC (IC5200),
repeat the (Step 1) to (Step 5) of 10.20.2.

Step 4 Upset the D-Amp P.C.B..

10.21. Disassembly of Power P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Release 2 catches.


Step 2 Remove Power P.C.B. in the direction of arrow.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that Power P.C.B. is Caution: Do not exert strong force when releasing the tabs.
properly inserted & fully connected to SMPS P.C.B..

Step 3 Detach the Front Panel Block Assembly slightly forward.

10.22. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.


• Refer to “Disassembly of Power P.C.B.”.

Step 1 Release the 2 tabs at each side of the Front Panel in the
direction of arrow.

Step 4 Lift up the Wire Clampers.


Step 5 Detach 6P Cable at the connector (CN5400) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 6 Detach 10P Cable at the connector (CN2004) on Main
P.C.B..

Step 2 Release the 3 tabs at the Bottom Chassis.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that 10P cable is bend Caution: During releasing P.C.B. Spacer, as it may lead to
down properly as diagram shown. electric shock or injuries due to high temperature avoid
touching surrounding electrical parts.

Step 9 Lift up SMPS P.C.B..

Step 7 Remove 5 screws.

Step 10 Upset the SMPS P.C.B. according to diagram shown.


Step 11 Desolder Black Wire (TL21) and Red Wire (TL11) on
solder side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 12 Desolder Blue Wire (TL4) and White Wire (TL3) on sol-
Step 8 Release P.C.B. Spacer by using long nose plier.
der side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 13 Remove SMPS P.C.B..

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Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Switching Regulator IC
(IC5701).
Step 3 Remove the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701).
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink Unit 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 18.4) for
location of the part.

10.23. Replacement of Switching Reg-


ulator IC (IC5701) 10.23.2. Assembly of Switching Regulator
• Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”. IC (IC5701)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink Unit B.
10.23.1. Disassembly of Switching Regula-
Step 2 Fix the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) onto the SMPS
tor IC (IC5701) P.C.B..
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) on Step 3 Fix and screw the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) to
the solder side of SMPS P.C.B.. the Heatsink Unit B
Caution: Ensure the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) is
tightly screwed to the Heatsink Unit B.

Step 4 Solder pins of the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) on the


solder side of SMPS P.C.B..

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Caution: Ensure pins of the Switching Regulator IC
(IC5701) are properly seated and soldered on SMPS P.C.B..

10.24. Replacement of Rectifier Diode


(D5702) Step 3 Remove 1 screw from the Switching Regulator IC
• Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”. (IC5701).
Step 4 Remove the Heatsink Unit B together with Rectifier
10.24.1. Disassembly of Rectifier Diode Diode (D5702).
(D5702) Step 5 Remove 1 screw from the Rectifier Diode (D5702).
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5702) on the sol- Step 6 Remove the Rectifier Diode (D5702) from the Heatsink
der side of SMPS P.C.B.. Unit B.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink Unit B. Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink Unit 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 18.4) for
location of the part.

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10.24.2. Assembly of Rectifier Diode Caution: Ensure pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5702) are
properly seated before soldered onto SMPS P.C.B..
(D5702)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink Unit B.
Step 2 Fix and screw the Rectifier Diode (D5702) to the Heat-
sink Unit B.
Caution: Ensure the Rectifier Diode (D5702) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink Unit B.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink Unit B with Rectifier Diode (D5702)
onto SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure the Heatsink Unit B with Rectifier Diode
(D5702) are properly seated on SMPS P.C.B..
Step 4 Fix and screw the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) to
the Heatsink Unit B.

10.25. Replacement of Regulator


Step 5 Solder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5702) on the solder
Diode (D5802)
side of SMPS P.C.B.. • Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.
Step 6 Solder pins of the Heatsink Unit B on the solder side of
10.25.1. Disassembly of Regulator Diode
SMPS P.C.B..
(D5802)
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) on the
solder side of SMPS P.C.B..

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Caution: Ensure the Regulator Diode (D5802) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink Unit A.

Step 4 Solder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) on the sol-


der side of SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) are
properly seated before soldered onto SMPS P.C.B..

Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Regulator Diode (D5802).


Step 3 Remove the Regulator Diode (D5802) from the SMPS
P.C.B..
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink Unit A 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 18.4) for
location of the electrical components.

10.25.2. Assembly of Regulator Diode 10.26. Replacement of Regulator


(D5802) Diode (D5803)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink Unit A. • Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.
Step 2 Mount the Regulator Diode (D5802) on to SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) are
10.26.1. Disassembly of Regulator Diode
properly seated on SMPS P.C.B.. (D5803)
Step 3 Fix and screw the Regulator Diode (D5802) to the Heat- Step 1 Desolder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) on the
sink Unit A. solder side of SMPS P.C.B..

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Caution: Ensure the Regulator Diode (D5803) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink Unit A.

Step 4 Solder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) on the sol-


der side of SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) are
properly seated before soldered onto SMPS P.C.B..

Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Regulator Diode (D5803).


Step 3 Remove the Regulator Diode (D5803) from the SMPS
P.C.B..
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink Unit A 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 18.4) for
location of the electrical components.

10.27. Disassembly of Fan


• Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
10.26.2. Assembly of Regulator Diode
(D5803) Step 1 Lift up the Wire Clamper.
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink Unit A. Step 2 Detach the fan unit connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
Step 2 Mount the Regulator Diode (D5803) on SMPS P.C.B.. P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) are
properly seated onto SMPS P.C.B..
Step 3 Fix and screw the Regulator Diode (D5803) to the Heat-
sink Unit A.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure Fan Unit is properly
located & fully catched onto Rear Panel.

Step 3 Remove 2 screws.


Step 4 Remove Fan Unit.

Step 5 Remove 2 screws.

Step 6 Lift up to remove Fan.

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Caution: During assembling, ensure that 3P Wire is posi-
tioned as diagram shown.

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11 Service Position
Note: For description of the disassembly procedures, see
the Section 10.

11.1. Checking & Repairing Side B of


Main P.C.B.
Caution:
Pairing of BD Drive and Main P.C.B. as “BD Drive & Main
P.C.B. Assembly” have to be replaced together. If either BD
Drive or Main P.C.B. is changed, BD Drive unit has to carry
out re-adjustment due to alignment data for BD Drive Unit
is stored in the Main P.C.B.

Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.


Step 2 Remove Front Panel Block Assembly.
Step 3 Remove Front Shield Plate Unit.
Step 4 Lift up Voltage Selector P.C.B..
Step 5 Remove Main P.C.B. Shield plate.
Step 6 Connect 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Main 11.2. Checking & Repairing Side A of
P.C.B.. Main P.C.B.
Step 7 Connect 18P FFC at the connector (P55002) on Main
P.C.B..
Caution:
Step 8 Connect 18P FFC at the connector (CN2006) on Main
Pairing of BD Drive and Main P.C.B. as “BD Drive & Main
P.C.B.. P.C.B. Assembly” have to be replaced together. If either BD
Step 9 Connect 10P FFC at the connector (CN2004) on Main Drive or Main P.C.B. is changed, BD Drive unit has to carry
P.C.B.. out re-adjustment due to alignment data for BD Drive Unit
is stored in the Main P.C.B.

Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.


Step 2 Remove Front Panel Block Assembly.
Step 3 Remove 5 screws.

Step 10 Connect 22P FFC at the connector (CN2002) on Main


P.C.B..
Step 11 Proceed to check and repair Side B of Main P.C.B..

Step 4 Release 1 catch.

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Step 5 Lift up Panel P.C.B..

Step 8 Lift up Voltage Selector P.C.B..


Step 9 Remove Front Shield plate Unit.
Step 10 Remove Main P.C.B. Shield Plate.
Step 11 Connect 45P FFC at the connector (P55001) on Main
P.C.B..
Step 12 Connect 18P FFC at the connector (P55002) on Main
P.C.B..
Step 13 Connect extension 18P FFC RFKZBT230P from
CN2006 to CN5402.
Step 14 Connect extension 10P cable REXX1099 from
CN2004 to JW2.
Step 6 Remove 1 screws.

Step 7 Lift up Power Button P.C.B..

Step 14 Slightly lift up Main P.C.B. according to diagram


shown.

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Caution: Insulated material is required to insulate Main
P.C.B. from other parts.

11.3. Checking & Repairing D-Amp


Step 15 Position Panel P.C.B. & Power Button P.C.B. as dia- P.C.B.
gram shown.
Step 16 Connect 22P FFC at the connector (CN2002) on Main 11.3.1. Checking & Repairing of Side B of
P.C.B.. D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove D-Amp P.C.B..
Step 3 Remove D-Amp Heatsink.
Step 4 Connect 3P wire at connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 5 Connect 6P wire at connector (CN5400) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 6 Connect 18P wire at connector (CN5402) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 7 Proceed to check & repair side B of D-Amp P.C.B..

Step 17 Flip Main P.C.B. as diagram shown.


Step 18 Proceed to check and repair Side A of Main P.C.B..

11.3.2. Checking & Repairing of Side A of


D-Amp P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Lift up the Wire Clamper.
Step 3 Detach the Fan Unit connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
P.C.B..

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Step 4 Twist the Wire Clamper to release 6P Cable.
Step 5 Remove 2 screws.
Step 9 Twist the Wire Holder.
Step 10 Release Red(TL10) & Black(TL20) wires from the Wire
Holder.
Step 11 Remove AC Inlet P.C.B..

Step 6 Remove 6 screws.


Step 7 Remove Fan Unit according to arrow shown.
Step 8 Release tab at the side of the Rear Panel in the direc-
tion of arrow.
Step 12 Flip the D-Amp P.C.B. and position it according to dia-
gram shown.
Step 13 Connect Fan Unit to connector (CN5401) on D-Amp
P.C.B..
Step 14 Proceed to check and repair Side A of D-Amp P.C.B..

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Step 4 Slightly move Front Panel Block Assembly forward.

11.4. Checking & Repairing SMPS


P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Release the 3 tabs.

Step 5 Remove 1 screw.

Step 3 Release the 2 tabs at each side of the Front Panel Block Step 6 Twist the Wire Holder.
Assembly in the direction of arrow. Step 7 Release Red(TL10) & Black (TL20) wires from the Wire
Holder.
Step 8 Remove AC Inlet P.C.B. from Rear Panel.

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Caution: During releasing of the P.C.B. Spacer, avoid
touching the electrical components.
Step 11 Release P.C.B. Spacer by using long nose plier.

Step 9 Twist the Wire Clampers to release 6P cable (SMPS


P.C.B. to D-Amp P.C.B.) & 10P cable (SMPS P.C.B. to Main
P.C.B.).

Step 12 Flip the SMPS P.C.B. and position it according to dia-


gram shown.
Step 13 Proceed to check and repair SMPS P.C.B..

Step 10 Remove 5 screws.

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Step 6 Remove 1 screws.

11.5. Checking & Repairing Panel


P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove Front Panel Block Assembly.
Step 3 Remove 5 screws.

Step 7 Lift up Power Button P.C.B..

Step 4 Release 1 catch.

Step 8 Connect 22P FFC to the connector (CN2002) on Main


P.C.B..
Step 9 Proceed to check and repair Panel P.C.B..

Step 5 Lift up Panel P.C.B..

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12 Voltage & Waveform Chart
Note:
• Indication Voltage Values are in standard values for the unit measured by the DC electronic circuit tester (high-impedance) with
the chassis taken as standard.
Therefore, there may exist some errors in voltage values, depending on the internal impedance of the DC circuit tester.
• Circuit voltage and waveform described herein shall be regarded as reference information when probing defect point because it
may differ from actual measuring value due to difference of Measuring instrument and its measuring condition and product itself.

12.1. Main P.C.B. (1/3)


REF NO. IC1001
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 5.2 0 0 3.3 5.2
STANDBY 5.2 0 0 3.3 5.2

REF NO. IC1101


MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 0 0 5.0 1.7 1.7
STANDBY 0 0 5.0 1.7 1.7

REF NO. IC1102


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7
STANDBY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7

REF NO. IC2001


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 1.7 0 1.2 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.7 0 3.3 0
STANDBY 1.7 0 1.2 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.7 0 3.3 0

REF NO. IC2001


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 0 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 3.3 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 1.7 1.7 1.2 3.3 1.7
STANDBY 0 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 3.3 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 1.7 0 3.3 1.7

REF NO. IC2071


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.4
STANDBY 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.4

REF NO. IC2201


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7
STANDBY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7

REF NO. IC2202


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7
STANDBY 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 0 6.7

REF NO. IC2300


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 3.3 2.8 3.3 0 3.3 0 3.3 0 0 0.8 1.6 3.3 1.6 0 0 3.3 3.3 1.8 2.1 3.4
STANDBY 3.3 2.8 3.3 0 3.3 0 3.3 0 0 0.8 1.6 3.3 1.6 0 0 3.3 3.3 1.8 2.1 3.4

REF NO. IC2300


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY 3.3 0.1 0 0.1 3.2 3.9 2.7 3.3 3.3 2.7 3.3 1.2 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0
STANDBY 3.3 0.1 0 0.1 3.2 3.9 2.7 3.3 3.3 2.7 3.3 1.2 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0
SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN P.C.B.

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12.2. Main P.C.B. (2/3)
REF NO. IC2300
MODE 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
CD PLAY 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.2 0.9 0.9 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 0.9 0 3.3
STANDBY 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.2 0.9 0.9 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 0.9 0 3.3

REF NO. IC2300


MODE 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CD PLAY 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 3.3 0 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3
STANDBY 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 3.3 0 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3

REF NO. IC2300


MODE 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
CD PLAY 1.2 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 0 1.9 1.9 1.0 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 3.3
STANDBY 1.2 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 0 1.9 1.9 1.0 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 3.3

REF NO. IC2301


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3
STANDBY 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3

REF NO. IC2302


MODE 1 2 3
CD PLAY 3.3 0 6.0
STANDBY 3.3 0 6.0

REF NO. IC2400


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
STANDBY 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

REF NO. IC2800


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 6.7 0 0 0 0 0 0
STANDBY 0 0 0 0 0 0 -6.8 0 0 6.7 0 0 0 0 0 0

REF NO. IC2952


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 0 0.3 0 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.5 3.3 3.3 0 0.3 0.3 0.3 0 0.3 3.3 0 0
STANDBY 0 0.3 0 0 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.5 3.3 3.3 0 0.3 0.3 0.3 0 0.3 3.3 0 0

REF NO. IC7002


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 3.3 0 0 1.9 5.0 0 0 5.2
STANDBY 3.3 0 0 1.9 5.0 0 0 5.2

REF NO. IC7003


MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 5.0 0 1.4 5.2 5.2
STANDBY 5.0 0 1.3 5.2 5.2
SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN P.C.B.

89
12.3. Main P.C.B. (3/3)
REF NO. IC54900
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
CD PLAY 2.5 2.5 0 0 0 5.1 3.3 0 1.2 1.7 1.6 1.7 3.4 0 0 0
STANDBY 2.5 2.5 0 0 0 5.1 3.3 0 1.2 1.7 1.6 1.7 3.4 0 0 0

REF NO. IC57000


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 0.9 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3.4
STANDBY 1.2 1.1 0 0 3.4 0 0 3.4

REF NO. IC57001


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY 3.4 0 0 0 3.4 0 0 3.3
STANDBY 3.4 3.4 0 0 3.4 0 0 3.3

REF NO. Q1101 Q1102 Q1103 Q1104 Q1105


MODE E C B E C B E C B S D G S D G
CD PLAY 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 0 0 1.6 0
STANDBY 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 0 0 1.6 0

REF NO. Q2800 Q2805 Q7004 Q7005 Q7006


MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 6.7 0 0 6.7 0 -6.8 -9.8 -7.4 0 -7.4 -0.6 0 11.4 7.3
STANDBY 0 6.7 0 0 6.7 0 -6.8 -9.8 -7.4 0 -7.4 -0.6 0 11.4 7.3

REF NO. Q7007 Q7008 Q7050 Q7071 QR1101


MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 3.2 -3.0 0 3.2 -1.6 0 3.2 -1.6 11.4 11.4 10.7 0 0 3.0
STANDBY 0 3.2 -3.0 0 3.2 -1.6 0 3.2 -1.6 11.4 11.4 10.7 0 0 3.0

REF NO. QR1102 Q56004 Q56005 QR7001 QR7014


MODE E C B S D G S D G E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 0 3.0 3.3 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.4 3.3 0 3.2 0 0 0 3.0
STANDBY 0 0 3.0 3.3 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.4 3.3 0 3.2 0 0 0 3.0

REF NO. QR7019 QR7071 QR7081


MODE E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2
STANDBY 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2
SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN P.C.B.

90
12.4. Panel P.C.B.
REF NO. IC6001
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 1.9 0 1.4 2.9 2.1 0 0 0 3.3 -23.4 -23.4 -23.4 -21.2 -16.9 -16.9 -21.2
STANDBY 0 0 0 0 1.9 0 1.4 2.9 2.2 0 0 0 3.3 -23.4 -23.4 -23.4 -23.4 -14.8 -16.9 -21.2

REF NO. IC6001


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CD PLAY -23.4 -23.4 -23.4 -17.0 -17.0 -23.4 -23.4 -17.0 -17.0 -23.8 -14.9 -23.6 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4
STANDBY -21.2 -23.4 -21.2 -14.8 -14.8 -21.2 -23.4 -14.8 -12.6 -23.9 -17.1 -23.6 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4 -21.4

REF NO. IC6001


MODE 41 42 43 44
CD PLAY -21.4 -21.4 3.3 0
STANDBY -21.4 -21.4 3.3 0

REF NO. Q6100 Q6800


MODE E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 8.4 8.4 0 0 5.0
STANDBY 0 8.4 8.4 0 0 5.0
SA-BT230GA/GS PANEL P.C.B.

91
12.5. D-Amp P.C.B. (1/2)
REF NO. IC5100
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 11.5 3.3 3.3 1.6 3.1 1.6 1.1 0 0 3.5 3.5 0 0 1.5 3.1 1.5 11.6 11.4 11.5 31.9
STANDBY 11.5 3.3 3.3 1.6 3.1 1.6 1.1 0 0 3.5 3.5 0 0 1.5 3.1 1.5 11.6 11.4 11.5 31.9

REF NO. IC5100


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
CD PLAY 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 31.9 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 11.4
STANDBY 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 31.9 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 11.4

REF NO. IC5200


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 11.5 3.2 3.3 1.6 3.2 1.6 1.1 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2 1.6 3.2 1.6 11.6 11.5 11.5 31.8
STANDBY 11.5 3.2 3.3 1.6 3.2 1.6 1.1 0 0 3.2 0 0 3.2 1.6 3.2 1.6 11.6 11.5 11.5 31.8

REF NO. IC5200


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
CD PLAY 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 31.7 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.8 11.5
STANDBY 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.9 31.7 42.4 0 0 0 0 42.4 31.8 11.5

REF NO. IC5301


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 1.7 3.2 0 0 0.8 0.9 0 1.6 3.2 3.1 3.1 0 0 1.1 1.8 3.2 3.2 3.2 1.5 1.5
STANDBY 1.7 3.2 0 0 0.8 0.9 0 1.6 3.2 3.1 3.1 0 0 1.1 1.8 3.2 3.2 3.2 1.5 1.5

REF NO. IC5301


MODE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0.6 1.2 0 0 0 1.8 3.1 3.1 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
STANDBY 0 0 0 0 0.6 1.2 0 0 0 1.8 3.1 3.1 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

REF NO. IC5400


MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 13.1 13.1 0 11.6 1.1
STANDBY 13.1 13.1 0 11.6 1.1

REF NO. IC5401


MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 3.2 3.2 0 0 0
STANDBY 3.2 3.2 0 0 0

REF NO. IC5402


MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 3.2 3.2 0 3.2 3.2
STANDBY 3.2 3.2 0 3.2 3.2

REF NO. IC5404


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6
CD PLAY 1.5 0 1.5 1.6 3.1 1.6
STANDBY 1.5 0 1.5 1.6 3.1 1.6
SA-BT230GA/GS D-AMP P.C.B.

92
12.6. D-Amp P.C.B. (2/2)
REF NO. IC5405
MODE 1 2 3 4 5
CD PLAY 3.2 3.2 0 3.2 3.1
STANDBY 3.2 3.2 0 3.2 3.1

REF NO. Q5400 Q5401 Q5402 Q5403 Q5404


MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 12.0 18.0 12.0 18.0 12.0 0 0 2.9 0 0 2.9 0 0 7.5 0.7
STANDBY 12.0 18.0 12.0 18.0 12.0 0 0 2.9 0 0 2.9 0 0 7.5 0.7

REF NO. Q5405 Q5408 Q5409 Q5412 Q5413


MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 3.7 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 42.4 4.3 0
STANDBY 0 3.7 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 42.4 4.3 0

REF NO. Q5414 QR5400 QR5401


MODE E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.0 0 5.0
STANDBY 0 0 0 0 0.1 5.0 12.0 0 5.0
SA-BT230GA/GS D-AMP P.C.B.

12.7. Power P.C.B.


REF NO. IC2901
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CD PLAY 1.7 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.6 0 0 16.4 11.2 14.9 14.3 16.5 16.5 0 15.8 1.6 1.0 2.0 2.4 2.5
STANDBY 1.7 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.6 0 0 16.4 11.2 14.9 14.3 16.5 16.5 0 15.8 1.6 1.0 2.0 2.4 2.5

REF NO. Q2902 Q2903


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
CD PLAY 12.0 12.0 16.1 17.8 12.0 12.0 5.0 5.0 16.2 17.8 5.0 5.0
STANDBY 12.0 12.0 16.1 17.8 12.0 12.0 5.0 5.0 16.2 17.8 5.0 5.0
SA-BT230GA/GS POWER P.C.B.

93
12.8. SMPS P.C.B.
REF NO. IC5701
MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
CD PLAY 19.5 -11.6 -11.6 -8.1 -11.6 -11.3 -11.5
STANDBY 19.5 -11.6 -11.6 -8.1 -11.6 -11.3 -11.5

REF NO. IC5799


MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CD PLAY -14.0 -15.0 -14.6 -13.0 -15.1 0 -15.1 -15.1
STANDBY -14.0 -15.0 -14.6 -13.1 -15.1 0 -15.0 -15.0

REF NO. IC5801


MODE 1 2 3
CD PLAY 18.3 2.5 0
STANDBY 18.3 2.5 0

REF NO. IC5899


MODE 1 2 3 4
CD PLAY 0 0 3.8 2.3
STANDBY 0 0 3.8 2.3

REF NO. Q5720 Q5863 Q5898 Q5899 QR5862


MODE E C B E C B E C B E C B E C B
CD PLAY -10.3 -9.9 -10.2 0 0.6 0 0 1.9 0.4 0 0.1 0.7 0 3.1 0
STANDBY -10.3 -9.9 -10.2 0 0.6 0 0 1.9 0.4 0 0.1 0.7 0 3.1 0
SA-BT230GA/GS SMPS P.C.B.

94
12.9. Waveform Table (1/2)
WF No. IC2001-3 (PLAY) WF No. IC2001-35 (PLAY) WF No. IC2001-38 (PLAY) WF No. IC2300-10 (PLAY)

5.6Vp-p(2usec/div) 4Vp-p(5usec/div) 4.4Vp-p(500nsec/div) 1Vp-p(10usec/div)

WF No. IC2300-11 (PLAY) WF No. IC2300-13 (PLAY) WF No. IC2300-15 (PLAY) WF No. IC2800-1,12 (PLAY)

3Vp-p(10usec/div) 3.6Vp-p(50nsec/div) 2Vp-p(50nsec/div) 0.24Vp-p(1msec/div)

WF No. IC2800-2,3,13,15 (PLAY) WF No. IC2952-2,13,14 (PLAY) WF No. IC5100-4,6,14,16 (PLAY) WF No. IC5100-22,25,30,33 (PLAY)

2.2Vp-p(1msec/div) 0.24Vp-p(1msec/div) 5.2Vp-p(1usec/div) 80Vp-p(1usec/div)

WF No. IC5200-4,14 (PLAY) WF No. IC5200-6,16 (PLAY) WF No. IC5200-22,25,30,33 (PLAY) WF No. IC5301-24,25,26 (PLAY)

5.6Vp-p(1usec/div) 6.8Vp-p(1usec/div) 76Vp-p(1usec/div) 3.6Vp-p(500nsec/div)

WF No. IC5301-33,34,35,36, WF No. IC6001-5 (PLAY) WF No. IC6001-8 (PLAY) WF No. IC54900-1,2 (PLAY)
37,38 (PLAY)

6Vp-p(1usec/div) 1.5Vp-p(2usec/div) 3.2Vp-p(2usec/div) 1Vp-p(5usec/div)

95
12.10. Waveform Table (2/2)
WF No. IC54900-9 (PLAY)

5.2Vp-p(2usec/div)

96
13 Illustration of ICs, Transistor and Diode
C0HBB0000057 (44p) MFI341S2164 (20p) RFKWMBT230GA VUEALLPT040 (20p)
C0ABBB000189 (8p) C0FBAK000026 (16p)
C0ABBB000179 (8p) C0JBAR000540 (16p) (100p)
C0DBZYY00018 (8p) C0DBAYY00729 (20p)
C1AB00002461 (30p)
C1AB00003260 (36p)
No.1
No.1 No.1
No.1 No.1

C0ABZA000080
C2HBCA000001 (40p) C3EBFC000042 (8p) MIP2F20MSSCF C0JBAR000434 C0JBAB000837
C0JBAA000501
C0EBE0000456 8
4 7
C0DBZHE00026 8 3
2 6 6
7 1 5 5
5 6 4
5
4
No.1
1
1
5 2 1
1 2 7 3 2
2 3 8 4 3
3 4

C0DBZMC00006 C0DABFC00002 C5HACYY00003 (7p) C0CBABC00117 B1BABK000001


C0DBEKG00004
B1BAAJ000003
4
3

1 1
23 2
1 1 45
2 3
2 3
B
C
E

B1ABEB000002 B1GBCFNN0038 B0EAMM000057


B1CFHA000002 B1ABCF000011 B3ABA0000187 B0HAMP000094
B1ADNB000003 B1ADBL000010
B1ABCF000176 B0HAJM000005
D C B1ADCE000012 C Ca
B1GBCFJJ0051 Anode Cathode
B1GBCFGG0030 Cathode
B
G
E
B1ABGC000001 B A Ca A

S B1ABMF000020 E Anode

B1CHPD000003 B0JAMF000011 B0HBSM000054 B0HFRJ000012 B0FBAR000043 B0ZAZ0000052

6
5 Ca
4 Cathode
Cathode
A Ca
Ca A
A Ca
1 A A Anode
2 Anode Cathode Ca
3 Ca Anode A
A A Anode
Anode

B0BC7R5A0268 B0BC012A0269 B0JCMD000010 B0EDKT000009 B0JCPG000005


Cathode B0HCSP000001
B0BC030A0264 B0BC010A0269 MA2YF8000L
Ca
B0BC024A0267 B0BC6R8A0266 Cathode Cathode
4
B0BC5R1A0266 B0BC020A0267
Anode
B0BC2R4A0263 B0BC6R2A0266 Ca 1 Ca

A B0BC3R0A0262 B0BC027A0264 Anode 3 Anode


B0BC7R5A0266 B0BC013A0269 2
A A

B0ACCK000005

Cathode

Ca

Anode

97
98
14 Block Diagram
14.1. Main(System Control)

: iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.
IC2300
RFKWMBT230GA
MICRO PROCESSOR
10 XCIN
PANEL P.C.B. X2301 IC6001
POWER BUTTON P.C.B. 11 XCOUT C0HBB0000057 DP6001
15 XIN FL DISPLAY DRIVER FL DISPLAY
X2300
S6801 Q6800
D6800 13 XOUT
POWER
FLD DAT 27
FLD DAT CN2002 P6001 FL DATA
7
DIN
F+ 31 F+
P16 P16
CN6001 H6803 KEY1 BTN H6803 CN6001 LED CTL P6001 CN2002 18 5 CONTROL
2 2
VREF
3 3
LED DRIVE 13 10
100 LED CONT F+ 32
SERIAL
FLD CLK 28
FLD CLK CN2002 P6001 FL CLK
8
CLK
DATA
19 4 SEGMENT P1 P1
INTERFACE DISPLAY F- 1 F-
MEMORY DRIVER
FLD STB 21
FLD STB CN2002 P6001 FL STB
9
STB
(24bits x 12 Words) F- 2
20 3 GRID
18 KEY1 INT DRIVER
XINTP OUT
KEY1 P6001 CN2002 KEY1 XINTP OUT 53 XINTP OUT
92 KEY1 KEY SCAN
1 22 OSC TIMING
SBMTP 5 OSC G6 G6
SBMTP 48 SBMTP GENERATOR OUTPUT
IC2301
C3EBFC000042 XMPREQ
S6807 S6007 XMPREQ 20 XMPREQ KEY MATRIX
OPEN/CLOSE SELECTOR EEPROM MEMORY
G1 G1
XINTM OUT
XINTM OUT 54 XINTM OUT G9
G9
SDA 5 85 EEPROM SDA
SBPTM GRID
SBPTM 47 SBPTM DRIVER
SCL 6 86 EEPROM SCL G7
CLK SCLK G7
SCLK(BP1) 49 CLK SCLK
XINTM 55 +3.3V 13 VDD DIMMING
S6002 FROM/TO CIRCUIT
STOP CEC 43 VDD
CEC 17 CEC MAIN(DIGITAL)
-VP 30 -VP
BP STATE
PKS STAT 61 BP STATE
P6001 CN2002 KEY2
91 KEY2 XBPRST
2 21 XBPRST 60 XBPRST
IC2400 TRY OP CL
S6003 S6005 S6006 TRY OP CL 44 TRY OP CL
PLAY VOL + VOL - MFI341S2164
MICRO CONTROLLER TRY MODE 51
TRY MODE
TRY MODE

I2C SDA 13 38 iPhone DAT TRY DILECT


TRY DILECT 81 TRY DILECT

I2C SCL 12 39 iPhone CLK TRY PFAIL 84


TRY PFAIL
TRY PFAIL IR6001
REMOTE CONTROL
nRESET 4 40 iPhone RST SENSOR

RMT 5
RMT CN2002 P6001 RMT
VREF
17 6
SMPS P.C.B. PANEL P.C.B.
JW2* CN2004 SYNC
19 SYNC
FROM/TO 1 1
iPod VIDEOSEL
JW2* CN2004 PCONT iPod VIDEO SEL 66 iPod VIDEOSEL
POWER SUPPLY 50 PCONT TO
9 9
(MAIN SECTION) ECO_CTL VCOMP MUTE 67
VCOMP MUTE
VCOMP MUTE MAIN(VIDEO)
JW2* CN2004 4 ECO CTL
10 10
Q7050
MUTING
CONTROL PW GOOD
PW GOOD
D-AMP P.C.B. PW GOOD 3
FROM/TO
CN5402 CN2006 FAN ON H JC P ON H
17 2
79 FAN ON H JC P ON H 1 JC P ON H POWER SUPPLY
CN5402 CN2006 (DIGITAL SECTION)
HDMI P ON H
16 3 HDMI P ON H 78 HDMI P ON H
CN5402 CN2006 DC DET2
26 DC DET2
15 4
CN5402 CN2006 DAP RST
FROM/TO 1 18
71 DAP RST

DIGITAL AUDIO CN5402 CN2006 DAP MUTE


34 DAP MUTE
2 17
CN5402 CN2006
BATTPCONT
3 16 BATTPCONT 82 BATTPCONT
CN5402 CN2006
4 15

DC DET1
DC DET1 25 DC DET1
Q56005
iPod OC
iPod OC 80 iPod OC
SCL2 LEVEL SHIFTER
iPod ACC FROM/TO
iPod ACC 83 iPod ACC POWER SUPPLY
FROM/TO iPod CTRL SW 72
iPod CTRL SW
iPod CTRL SW
(MAIN SECTION)
MAIN(DIGITAL)
Q56004

SDA2 LEVEL SHIFTER


QUICK PCONT 77 QUICK PCONT1

TO
POWER SUPPLY P STANDBY H
P STANDBY H
2 P STANDBY H
(DIGITAL SECTION)
DSP CLK
DSP CLK 29 DSP CLK

DSP DA
DSP DA
30 DSP DAT
DIGITAL
TRANSMITTER

OPT IN SEL2 FX CLK 56


FX CLK CN2008 CN3001 CN3000
OPT IN SEL2 88 OPT IN SEL2 9 9 11

OPT IN SEL1 FX DI 58
FX DI CN2008 CN3001 CN3000
OPT IN SEL1 87 OPT IN SEL1 8 10 12

DMIX OUT SEL FX DO 57


FX DO CN2008 CN3001 CN3000
DMIX OUT SEL 75 DMIX OUT SEL 7 11 13

DSP RESET FX DET 43


FX DET CN2008 CN3001 CN3000
FROM/TO DSP RESET 69 DSP RESET 1 17 16
MAIN(AUDIO)
DSP MUTE
WIRELESS ADAPTER P.C.B.
DSP MUTE 70 DSP MUTE

SEL A
SEL A 89 SEL A
iPod/iPhone IC1101
SEL B
SEL B 90 SEL B C0ABZA000080
iPod DET CN1101 CN1002 CN1001
iPod DET 74
4 12 30 ISOLATION
Q1102 AMPLIFIER
TUN SCLK
TUN SCLK 24 TUN SCLK
UART TX CN1101 CN1002 CN1001 TO
UART TX 35 SWITCH CN1001 CN1002 CN1101
TUN SDIO QR1101 12 4 18 4 1 iPod VOUT
TUN SDIO 22 TUN SDIO 23 14 2 MAIN(VIDEO)
APD
APD 97 APD PCONT SWITCH
Q1103

UART RX CN1101 CN1002 CN1001


UART RX 36 SWITCH 13 3 19
QR1102

PCONT SWITCH
iPod/iPhone P.C.B.

PCONT
PCONT 50

SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL) BLOCK DIAGRAM

99
14.2. Main(Audio)

: AUX/iPod/iPhone/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.

IC2952 IC2800 IC54900


VUEALLPT040 C0JBAR000540 C0FBAK000026
JK2951 FM RADIO RECEIVER MULTIPLEXER A/D CONVERTER

TUN-LCH L0 L CH A LIN AINL


FM ANT 2 FMI LOUT 14 1 3 2
DELTA-SIGMA DECIMATION SDT0 AIN0
MODULATOR FILTER
9 AIN0
TUN-RCH R0 R CH A RIN AINR
9 RCLK ROUT 13 12 13 1 SERIAL I/O
X2951 INTERFACE SCLK SCLK
12 SCLK
17 DCLK
LRCK LRCK FROM/TO
10 LRCK MAIN(DIGITAL)
TUN SCLK
FROM/TO TUN SCLK 7 SCLK
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL) TUN SDIO CLOCK MCLK
11
MCLK
MCLK
TUN SDIO 8 SDIO DIVIDER

IC2201 IC2202
C0ABBB000179 C0ABBB000179
OP-AMP OP-AMP
TO
6 7 5 7 APD
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)

2 1 2 1

AUX L IN L2
FROM AUX L 2

MAIN(VIDEO) AUX R IN R2
AUX R 15

IC57001
C0JBAR000434
MULTIPLEXER
FROM
IC1102 ARC 1 A
MAIN(DIGITAL)
C0ABBB000189
iPod/iPhone OP-AMP 2 B Y 5 P36 TO
MAIN(DIGITAL)
CN1001 CN1002 CN1101 DOCK L DOCK-LCH L3
27 9 7
6 7 4
OPT IN SEL2 6 SELECT

CN1001 CN1002 CN1101 DOCK R


1
DOCK-RCH R3
28 11 5
2 11

FROM
iPod/iPhone P.C.B. MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
IC57000
C0JBAR000434
MULTIPLEXER
OPT IN SEL1 6 SELECT Y 5
TO MAIN(AUDIO)
Q2800 SECTION (2/2)
SEL A
SEL A INVERTER 10 A (LSB)

FROM JK3100
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL) Q2805
OPTICAL 1 OPT IN 3
OPT IN1 CN4002 CN2011 1 A
SEL B 11 3
SEL B INVERTER 9 B (MSB)
DIGITAL
AUDIO IN JK3101

OPTICAL 2 OPT IN 3
OPT IN2 CN4002 CN2011 2 B
9 5

OPTICAL IN P.C.B.

SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(AUDIO) (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

100
: AUX/iPod/iPhone/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.

IC2001
C2HBCA000001
DIGITAL SOUND
PROCESSOR
D-AMP P.C.B.
I2S OUT1 38
DSP I2S OUT1 CN2006 CN5402
BCK 6 13
BCK 1 BCK_IN
I2S OUT2 35
DSP I2S OUT2 CN2006 CN5402
LRCK 7 12
LRCK 2 LRCK_IN
I2S OUT3 34
DSP I2S OUT3 CN2006 CN5402
MCK
MCK
17 SYSCLK_IN 8 11 TO
DSP_MCLK OUT CN2006 CN5402 DIGITAL AUDIO
ADAC D2 AMCLK OUT 40
ADAC D2 4 I2S_IN2 13 6
DSP_BCK OUT CN2006 CN5402
ADAC D1 BCK OUT 37
FROM ADAC D1 5 I2S_IN3 10 9
DSP_LRCK OUT CN2006 CN5402
MAIN(DIGITAL) ADAC D3 LRCK OUT 36
ADAC D3 6 I2S_IN4 11 8
DSP I2S OUT4
I2S OUT4 33
IC2071
C0JBAR000434
MULTIPLEXER
ADAC D0
ADAC D0 1 A
Y 5 2 I2S_IN1
ADAC MIX
ADAC MIX 2 B

FROM
DMIX OUT SEL 6 SELECT
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)

DIGITAL
TRANSMITTER

WL BCK OUT CN2008 CN3001 CN3000


13 5 7

WL LRCK OUT CN2008 CN3001 CN3000


11 7 9

WL I2S OUT3 CN2008 CN3001 CN3000


15 3 5

WL I2S OUT4 CN2008 CN3001 CN3000


16 2 4

WIRELESS ADAPTER P.C.B.

TO MAIN(AUDIO)
SECTION (1/2)

DSP RESET
RESETX 12 DSP RESET
DSP MUTE
MUTEX 13 DSP MUTE
FROM/TO
DSP CLK
SCL 14 DSP CLK MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
DSP DA
SDA 15 DSP DA

SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(AUDIO) (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

101
14.3. Digital Audio

: AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE

D-AMP P.C.B.

IC5404
C0JBAB000837
INVERTER
PWM SW-
3 4
IC5100
1 6 PWM C- C1AB00003260
DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
SPEAKERS
BST A 35

3 S/D OUT A 33
JK5001 +

PWM SL
11
JK5001
SURROUND
4 INPUT A OUT B 30 -
IC5301 12 (LEFT)
C1AB00002461 PWM SR
MAIN P.C.B. PWM PROCESSOR
6 INPUT B BST B 28

PWM FL+
14 INPUT C BST C 27

PWM FR+ JK5001


CN2006 CN5402 16 INPUT D +
6 13
DAP SDIN1
26
SDIN1 OUT C 25
9 SURROUND
JK5001
CN2006 CN5402 DAP SDIN2
25
SDIN2 SERIAL DATA PWM 1
38
PWM SL
5 /RESET AB
OUT D 22
10
- (RIGHT)
7 12 INTERFACE VALID2
15 /RESET CD
CN2006 CN5402 DAP SDIN3
24
SDIN3 PWM 2
37
PWM SR BST D 20
8 11
PWM 3 PWM FL+
FROM 36
MAIN(AUDIO) PWM 4 PWM FR+
MUX & VOL PWM 35 JK5001 +
PWM C+
7 FRONT
CN2006 CN5402 DAP MCLK MCLK PWM 5
34 JK5001
13 6
8
CLOCK RATE / 8
- (LEFT)
PWM 6 PWM SW+
CN2006 CN5402 DAP LRCLK
19
LRCLK ERROR DETECTION 33
11 8 &
PLL
CN2006 CN5402 DAP SCLK
20
SCLK
10 9

IC5405
JK5001 +
C0JBAA000501 FRONT
5
AND GATE JK5001
6
- (RIGHT)
CN2006 CN5402 DAP SDA 2
17
SDA 2 VALID1
16 3 SERIAL CONTROL 4
VALID1
INTERFACE 31 1
CN2006 CN5402 DAP SCL 2
18
SCL
15 4
IC5200
FROM/TO C1AB00003260
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
PWM IC5402 DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
CONTROL C0JBAA000501 SPEAKERS
CN2006 CN5402 DAP REST
9
/RESET AND GATE BST A 35
18 1
SYSTEM CONTROL
CN2006 CN5402 DAP MUTE /MUTE VALID2 JK5001
16 32 1 VALID2 3 /SD OUT A 33 +
17 2 4
2
PWM C+
3
JK5001
CENTER
4 INPUT A OUT B 30 -
4
PWM C-
6 INPUT B BST B 28

PWM SW+
14 INPUT C BST C 27
IC5401
C0EBE0000456 PWM SW- JK5001
16 INPUT D OUT C 25 +
RESET 1
SUBWOOFER
5 /RESET AB
OUT D 22
JK5001 -
2
VALID1
OUT 1 15 /RESET CD
BST D 20

QR5400
FROM
POWER SUPPLY CN2006 CN5402
DC DETECT
(MAIN SECTION) 9 10

Q5412,Q5413
CN2006 CN5402 DCDET
4 15
DC DETECT DC DETECT

Q5408, Q5409, Q5414


Q5400,Q5401
Q5402,Q5403
Q5404,Q5405 FAN
FAN DC OUT CN5401
FAN CONTROL 1
CN2006 CN5402 FAN SIGNAL CIRCUIT FAN LOCK CN5401
2 17
FROM/TO 3
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
QR5401

DC DETECT

CN2006 CN5402 ECO


ECO CIRCUIT
3 16

FROM
POWER SUPPLY DCDET
(MAIN SECTION)

SA-BT230GA/GS DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

102
14.4. Power Supply(Main Section)

IC5799
MIP2F20MSSCF T5751 SMPS P.C.B. MAIN P.C.B.
SWITCHING POWER SUB
SUPPLY CONTROL TRANSFORMER
TR 3 D5896
SYS5V JW2* CN2004 SYS6V
D5716 7
2 2
1
VCC 4 6

10
S 7

SD 8 5
TO POWER SUPPLY
2
SECTION (2/2)

D 5 3
IC5899
C0DBZMC00006
SHUNT
PC5799 REGULATOR
FEED BACK

FB 2 3 2 3 K VREF 4

VDD 1 4 1

PC5702
SYNC SWITCH

1 4
Q5898
AC INLET P.C.B. SYNC JW2* CN2004 TO
2 3 INVERTER 1 1 MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
P5701 2
D5719
AC INLET TH5702
L5702 L5703
IC2901
F1
C0DBAYY00729
POWER P.C.B.
3 4 3 4
SWITCHING
DZ5701
2 1 2 1 REGULATOR
CONTROLLER Q2903

DC18V CN5802 CN2916 DC 18V OUT2 10 DC5V CN2917 CN5803 JW2* CN2004 DC5V
12 VCC REGULATOR 3 3 4 4
3
RY701 1 1

2 4
OUT1 11 DC12V CN2916 CN5802 JW2* CN2004 DC12V
REGULATOR 3 3 7 7
4

Q2902
1 3
S5701
VOLT ADJ

VOLTAGE Q5899
SMPS P.C.B.
SELECTOR P.C.B. T5701
PCONT JW2* CN2004 FROM
D5701
MAIN SWITCH 9 9 MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
TRANSFORMER

4
16
5
DC18V JW2* CN2004 DC 18V
17
8 8
5
D5802
6 14

IC5701 TO
13 DC DET1 D7013
C5HACYY00003 MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
SWITCHING 7 11
QR5862
REGULATOR 8 12
DCDET JW2* CN2004
DC DETECT 3 3
6
D 1 9

15
Q5720
D5710 D5712
CURRENT
VCC 4 LIMITING 2
SWITCH
D5709 D5706
OCP/BD 7
1 D-AMP P.C.B.
IC5400 CN5402 CN2006
D5714 C0DBEKG00004 3.3V 18 1
FB 6
VOLTAGE
GND 3
REGULATOR
FAN 18V JW1* CN5400 +18V FAN
1 1
2 IN VOUT 4 VDD

D5405
TO CN5402 CN2006
10 9
7
+51V JW1* CN5400 +55V DIGITAL AUDIO
5,6 5,6
PVDD

D5407
TO
DCDET
DIGITAL AUDIO
PC5720
FEED BACK

4 1

3 2 FEED BACK POWER CONT JW2* CN2004 FROM


CIRCUIT 10 10 MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)

IC5801
C0DABFC00002
SHUNT
REGULATOR
Q5863

HOT COLD

SA-BT230GA/GS POWER SUPPLY(MAIN SECTION) (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

103
MAIN P.C.B. IC2302 TO
C0CBABC00117 PW VREF POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE REGULATOR (DIGITAL SECTION)
PANEL P.C.B. POWER BUTTON P.C.B.
1 3 IN OUT 1 VREF
CN6001 H6803
4 4
VREF

TO POWER SUPPLY CN2002 P6001


16 7
VREF
SECTION (1/2)
CN2002 P6001
15 8
3.3V

Q7004

CURRENT
CONTROL -7V

Q7005
T6100
POWER
DC DETECT
CONTROL SWITCHING
TRANSFORMER
QR7019
Q7071 Q7006
CN2002 P6001 7
POWER 14 9
SUPPLY REGULATOR 7V

CN2002 P6001
QR7014 11 12
1
8 F-
DC DETECT
Q6100
2
SWITCH 3
5V 9 F+
QR7071
IC7002
POWER C0DBZYY00018
CONTROL D6104
VOLTAGE 5 -VP
REGULATOR D6101

3 8 VIN VO 1 3.3V

D7037 D7033
5 CONT

OPTICAL IN P.C.B.

CN2011 CN4002
5 1 13
3.3V

12V
D7023

FROM
QR7001 CN2008 CN3001
POWER SUPPLY PW ST D3R3V 3.3V 4,5 13,14
5V
(DIGITAL SECTION)
6 DC DETECT
WIRELESS ADAPTER P.C.B.
Q7007,Q7008
PW DC12V
DC DETECT
PW DC5V A

PW DC5V DR TO
POWER SUPPLY iPod/iPhone P.C.B.
PW DC5V D (DIGITAL SECTION)

PW DR12V

PW DC12V

7 Q1101
iPod/iPhone
D7038 D7021 D7018 D7020 IC7003
C0DBZHE00026
CN1101 CN1002 CN1001
HIGH SIDE iPod ACC SWITCH 14 2 13
SWITCH
QR7081 1 IN OUT 5 Q1105
FROM FROM/TO CN1101 CN1002 CN1001
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL) QUICK PCONT1 INVERTER 3 EN SWITCH
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL) 15 1 20

D7016 D7035

IC1001 Q1104
C0DBZHE00026 CN1101 CN1002 CN1001
iPod CTRL SW SWITCH
HIGH SIDE 9 7 10

D7017 D7036 SWITCH


1 IN OUT 5
CN1101 CN1002 CN1001
8 8 8

BATTPCONT 3 EN OC 4
FROM/TO
MAIN(SYSTEM CONTROL)
iPod OC

SA-BT230GA/GS POWER SUPPLY(MAIN SECTION) (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

104
15 Wiring Diagram

WHT
TL3*
P51701
CN2006 6
2 18 T5751
4
1 17 (SUB TRANSFORMER)
1 10 3 USB RED BLK
18 2 2 PORT TL11* TL21* 6
CN2004 7
JK59001 17 1 1
CN2002 5
5
1 8
2 1 4
2
LAN 3
9
7 CN2003
8 2
1 BLU 10
2
TL4* 1
JK56001
D
JW1*
SMPS P.C.B.
A
9
10
19 MAIN P.C.B. 21
22
(SOLDER SIDE) 6

HDMI AV OUT (SIDE B) P51601


(ARC) P51602
13
1 1 6 CN1101
9 1
15
14 1
2
JK53001 3
4
SD CN5803
2 5
CARD T5701
2 6 (MAIN TRANSFORMER) 3
VIDEO OUT 1
7 JW2*
9
1 8 1 1
10 14
11 12 8 11
CN2011 P55001 CN5802
4 13 1
7 12 3
12 2 45 1
AUX CN2008
3 5 17 1 P55002 6 13 1

16 2 17 1
18 2 5 14 10
JK2951
PbF
4 15

1
FM ANT 16

2 17
TO BD DRIVE FOR DEBUG TO BD DRIVE TO uP DOWNLOADER
1 18
PbF

TO FAN UNIT

2 22
1 6 2 18 1 21
E
3 1
CN5400
1 17
CN5402
CN5401 J WIRELESS ADAPTER P.C.B. POWER P.C.B.
PbF 22 2 (SOLDER SIDE) (SIDE B)
21 1
IR6001 P6001
CN6001
CN3000
3 1
B PANEL P.C.B.
4
21 1 2
1
16
17
CN2917
9 1
2 (SOLDER SIDE) 1 22 2 3
8 T6100
7 3 (SWITCHING CN3001
6 5 4 1
TRANSFORMER) 16 2
17 1
CN2916
PbF 3

C D-AMP P.C.B. SENSOR DIGITAL


TRANSMITTER
K
(SIDE B)
VOLTAGE SELECTOR P.C.B. PbF
(SOLDER SIDE)
JK5001 VOLT ADJ

WHT S5701(VOLTAGE SELECTOR)


12
BLU
11 TL31* TL30*
SURROUND 3 2 1
10
9 PbF

G
8
AC INLET P.C.B.
7
6
FRONT (SOLDER SIDE) F POWER BUTTON P.C.B.
SPEAKERS (SOLDER SIDE)
H
5
iPod/iPhone P.C.B.
4
CENTER (SIDE B)
I OPTICAL IN P.C.B.
P5701

3 (SIDE B) AC IN PbF H6803


DOCK FOR iPod/iPhone DIGITAL
2
SUBWOOFER AUDIO IN 110V-127V 1
1 220V-240V
50/60Hz
OPTICAL 1 OPTICAL 2 4
CN1001 BLK RED
TL20* TL10*
1 30
PbF

3 1 3 1
CN4002
CN1002
1 13 JK3100 JK3101
1 15
PbF PbF
PbF
13 1
15 1

NOTE: " * " REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY. SA-BT230GA/GS WIRING CONNECTION

105
106
16 Schematic Diagram Notes • Voltage and signal line
:+B signal line
• This schematic diagram may be modified at any time
:-B signal line
with the development of new technology.
Notes: :Audio output signal line

S5701: Vol Adj :iPod/iPhone Video input signal line


S6002: Stop switch ( ). :iPod/iPhone/Mic/AUX/Optical/HDMI
S6003: Play switch ( ). Audio input signal line
S6005: Vol (+).
S6006: Vol (-). :FM signal Line
S6007: Selector switch.
S6801: Power switch ( ).
S6807: Open/Close switch ( ).
• 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, C5701, C5702, C5703, C5705, C5706

• 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.

107
108
17 Schematic Diagram
17.1. Main(Micon/Tuner) Circuit

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

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18
A

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

iPod_OC
FAN_ON_H
HDMI_PON_H
QUICK_PCONT1
BP1_AMUTE
DMIX_OUT_SEL
iPod_DET

DAP_RST
DSP_MUTE
DSP_RESET

VCOMP_MUTE
iPod_VIDEOSEL

SD_BOOT

BP_STATE
XBPRST

FXDI_DA
FXDO_DA
FX_CLK
FX_INT
XINTM
XINTP_OUT

XINTM_OUT
B R2346 R2356
10K 10K

CN2008

10K
1

D1H83314A024

D1H83314A024
PW_ST_D3R3V 17 RF_GND
4.7K
4.7K

R2333 47K
47K

WL_I2S_OUT4

RX2309
2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8 16 ADAT1

RX2310
D1H83314A024

R2345
R2332 47K WL_I2S_OUT3

330
15 ADAT0
2 4 6 8

RX2300
R2388
R2387
R2386

1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7 14 DGND
WL_BCK_OUT

R2374
1 3 5 7 13 BCLK
WL_DATA_GND
iPod_CTRL_SW 12 DGND
R2370 330 C2304 WL_LRCK_OUT
0.1
R2395 FX_SCS
11 LRLK TO J
330 10 SSB WIRELESS ADAPTER
TRY_MODE FX_CLK
9 SCL CIRCUIT (CN3001)
C EEPROM_DA R2367 100 FXDI_DA
8 SDI IN SCHEMATIC
EEPROM_CLK R2366 100 80 79 78 77 76 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 RX2304 FXDO_DA
D1H83314A024 7 SDO DIAGRAM - 33
FX_INT
iPod_OC
FAN_ON_H
HDMI_PON_H
QUICK_PCONT
BP1_AMUTE
DMIX_OUT_SEL
iPod_DET
WS_OFF_SW
iPod_CTRL_SW
DAP_RST
DSP_MUTE
DSP_RESET
SD_L
VCOMP_MUTE
iPod_VIDEO_SEL
HP_MUTE
VSS
SD_BOOT
VCC
PKS_STAT
XBPRST
FX_INT
FX_DI
FX_DO
FX_CLK
XINTM
XINTM_OUT
XINTP_OUT
BP1_ZFLAG
TRY_MODE
TRY_DILECT R2396 330 PCONT
81 50 8 7 6 INT
BATTPCONT CLK_SCLK
82 49 6 5 5 RF+5V
iPod_ACC SBMTP PW_WL5V
83 48 4 3 4 RF+5V
TRY_PFAIL SBPTM WL_D5VGND
8 7 84 47 2 1 3 RF_GND
RX2302 R2352 10K 2 RF_GND
6 5 85 EEPROM_SDA CE 46
OPT_IN_SEL1 D1H83314A024 FX_SCS FX_DET
4 3 86 EEPROM_SCL [81] TRY_DILECT [50] PCONT FX_SCS 45 1 WM_DET
OPT_IN_SEL2 [49] SCLK (BP1) 17
2 1 87 OPT_IN_SEL1 [82] BATTPCONT TRY_OP_CL 44
[83] iPod_ACC [48] SBMTP FX_DET
88 OPT_IN_SEL2 [47] SBPTM FX_DET 43 QUICK_PCONT1 R2090 220
[84] TRY_PFAIL
SEL_A
89 SEL_A TUN_GPIO 42
TUN_GP_IO
DAP_RST
CN2006 1
SEL_B IC2300 R2328 10K TRY_OP_CL
R2181 220
18 RESET
90 SEL_B RFKWMBT230GA EPM 41 8 7 DAP_MUTE R2182 220
D KEY2
91 KEY2 MICRO PROCESSOR iPhone_RST 40
iPhone_RST
DSP_DA
17 MUTE
6 5 R2183 220
KEY1 iPhone_CLK 16 DAP_SDA
92 KEY1 iPhone_CLK 39 4 3 DSP_CLK R2184 220
ASS_IN RX2305 iPhone_DA 15 DAP_SCL
93 ASS_IN iPhone_DAT 38 2 1 MICON_GND
R2381 330 D1H83314A024 TUN_REST 14 DGND
94 DAC_RESET [97] APD TUN_RST 37 DSP_MCLK_OUT R2081 47
R2382 330 [98] VREF [33] SCLK(DEBUG/DL) R2378 330 UART_RX 13 MCLK TO MAIN(MICON)
95 DAC_PD [99] AVCC [32] DBG_RX UART_RX 36 DSP_OUT_GND SECTION (2/6)
12 DGND
D2301
96 AVSS [100] LED_CONT [31] DBG_TX UART_TX 35
R2379 330 UART_TX
DSP_LRCK_OUT R2082 47 TO C
P_STANDBY_H

C2302 R2343 330 DAP_MUTE 11 LRCLK


B0BC3R0A0262 97 DAP_MUTE 34 DSP_BCK_OUT R2083 47 D-AMP CIRCUIT
DR_P_ON_H

0.1
JC_P_ON_H

R2341 47K 10 SCL


ASS_MUTE

APD R2302 2.2K C2306


PW_GOOD

TUN_SCLK
TUN_SDIO
98 33 (CN5402)
ECO_CTL

DSP_DAT
DC_DET2

DSP_CLK
FLD_DAT
FLD_STB

FLD_CLK
XMPREQ
0.1 KEY_INT
9 SDIN4

DCDET1
C2307 0.1
XCOUT
CNVSS

RESET

99 32 DSP_I2S_OUT3 R2086 47 IN SCHEMATIC

AMBP
XOUT

SYNC
BYTE

LED_CONT 8 SDIN3
XCIN

R2399 330 R2342 47K


RMT

VCC
CEC
VSS

31
XIN

100 DSP_I2S_OUT2 R2085 47 DIAGRAM - 26


R2310 10K 7 SDIN2
R2335 R2301 47K DSP_I2S_OUT1 R2084 47
C2308 4700P 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 26 27 28 29 30 47K 6 SDIN1
E CEC 5 DGND
PW_GOOD R2318 1K DC_DET2 R2093 220

R2321

R2320
330

4 DC_DET2
C2305

330

330
ECO_CTL R2304 330
C2313

H_MUTE R2094 220


0.1
0.1

R2397 330 DSP_CLK 3 ECO_DAMP


FAN_ON_H
2 FAN (CATER AK)
R2375

C2309 4700P DSP_DA


PW_D3R3V_DSP R2098 0
R2311 10K C2301 TUN_SDIO_DA 1 +3.3V
18
47P
SYNC
H0J327200115 R2359
10K

DC_DET2
R2305 8 7
47K RX2307
D1H83314A024 6 5 KEY1
JC_P_ON_H 3
8 7
X2301

P_STANBY_H 4 3
6 5 DC_DET1
2 1
RMT 2
4 3
RX2301
47P
47P

ASS_MUTE
D1H83314A024 TUN_SCLK
F 2 1 CN2003
4700P
4700P

100K

100K
R2322

1 VREF
4.7K
4.7K

1
100K

10K

10K
C2310
C2311

X2300 2 BUSY
H2D500400006 3 CLOCK
R2330

R2331
C2321
C2322

R2326
R2325

R2327

R2323

XMPREQ 4 RxD
5 CE
R2315
150K
R2361 47K
6 EPM
TO uP DOWNLOADER
PW_VREF
7 DGND
C2314 8 RESET
6.3V100
9 CNVSS
PW_D3R3V
10 TxD
MICON_GND GND
RX2308
D1H83314A024
G FLD_STB
1 2
FLD_DAT
3 4
FLD_CLK
5 6 BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2
7 8 D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10
FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16 1/6 2/6 3/6
TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (4/6) VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
P1

4/6 5/6 6/6


H TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24 SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

109
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 19

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

P1

IC54900
C0FBAK000026
A/D CONVERTER

R54901
A_RIN 1K C54910 1
1 AINR CKS0 16
R54902
A_LIN 1K
C54911 1 2 AINL CKS2 15
C54901 C54900
220P 220P
3 CKS1 DIF 14

TUN-RCH R54909 33
TN G_TUN-RCH 4 VCOM PDN 13 AIN_PDN PE
TUN-LCH C54904 C54903 C54902 0.1
TN G_TUN-LCH
AGND 10 1
TN AGND R54904 33
5 AGND SCLK 12 G_SCLK FE
C2072 L2072 R54900 LB54900 C54905
C54906
10 G1C100M00049 PW_D3R3V_TU 4.7 J0JCC0000317 0.01
TN TUN3R3V PW_DC5V_A 47 R54905 33
TUN_SDIO_DA 6 VA MCLK 11 G_MCLK FE
TN BUS_TUN_SDIO_DA
TUN_SCLK R54908 C54907 LB54901
TN CLK_TUN_SCLK PW_ST_D3R3V 4.7 1000P J0JCC0000317 R54906 33
TUN_REST 7 VD LRCK 10 G_LRCK FE
TN TUN_REST
TUN_GP_IO C54909 C54908
TN G_TUN_GP_IO 10 0.01
DGND R54907 33
8 DGND SDTO 9 SDTO FE

C2102 C2103 C2104


1000P 1000P 1000P

PW_DC5V_A VO

iPod_V_OUT_A
VO G_iPod_V_OUT_A

VCOMP_MUTE
Q56005
VO VCOMP_MUTE
iPod_VIDEOSEL
B1CFHA000002
R56038 LEVEL SHIFTER
VO iPod_VIDEOSEL 2.2K
JC_P_ON_H DSP_CLK S D
VO JC_P_ON_H G_SCL2 EX
VO AGND
R56044 G
TO MAIN(MICON) C2573 C2572 100K TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (1/6) 220P 220P SECTION (3/6)
LB2570
0 AUXR
R2570 10K
VO G_AUX_R_IN
Q56004
R2571 10K AUXL R56039
B1CFHA000002
VO G_AUX_L_IN LEVEL SHIFTER
DSP_DA 2.2K
LB2571 S D
0 G_SDA2 EX
R56045
BP_STATE 100K G
BP BP-STATE
FE BP XBPRST XBPRST
P_STANBY_H

DH DN PW_VREF
DC12V
DH DN PW_DC12V
HDMI_PON_H
DH HDMI_PON_H
CEC GND
DH G_CEC
PW_GOOD iPhone_DA
DN PW_GOOD
DN P_STANBY_H iPhone_CLK
DN PW_ST_D3R3V
PW_DC12V_DR
DN PW_DC12V_DR IC2400
PW_DC5V_DR
DN PW_DC5V_DR
DRGND
IC2301 MFI341S2164
DN DRGND C3EBFC000042 MICRO CONTROLLER
C2400 R2411 R2412
EEPROM
10 9 8 7 6 0.1 10K 10K

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC
TRY_PFAIL EEPROM_DA R2400
FE TRY_PFAIL 5 SDA GND 4 11 VSS VCC 5
TRY_DILECT EEPROM_CLK 33 iPhone_RST
FE TRY_DILECT R2406 0
TRY_MODE 6 SCL A2 3 12 I2C_SCL nRESET 4
FE TRY_MODE PW_VREF R2407 0 R2402
TRY_OP_CL 7 WP A1(NC) 2 13 I2C_SDA NC 3 0
FE TRY_OP_CL R2401 0 PW_D3R3V
8 VCC A0(NC) 1 14 MODE0 MODE1 2
R2364 C2312
0 0.1 15 NC NC 1

NC
NC

NC

NC

NC
16 17 18 19 20

SBPTM
PE SBPTM
SBMTP
PE SBMTP
CLK_SCLK
PE CLK_SCLK
XINTP_OUT
PE XINTP_OUT
PE XINTM
XINTM BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2
XMPREQ D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
PE XMPREQ
XINTM_OUT D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
PE XINTM_OUT
BP1_AMUTE DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
PE BP1_AMUTE
SD_BOOT EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
PE SD_BOOT ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
GND_6
PE GND_6 DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10
PW_DC5V_D FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE PW_DC5V_D PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16 1/6 2/6 3/6
TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (5/6) VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
P1

4/6 5/6 6/6


TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24 SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

110
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 20
A

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2


D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
P1 D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10 B
QR7071 D7013 FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
B1GBCFJJ0051 B0ACCK000005 PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
POWER CONTROL VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
R7072
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
3.3K R7071 TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24
10K QR7014 QUICK_PCONT1 C7067
B1GBCFJJ0051 10
Q7071 DC DETECT
L7014 CN2004
B1ADNB000003 C7075 QR7001 SYNC G1C4R7MA0172
1 SYNC
1
POWER SUPPLY B1GBCFGG0030 PW_SYS6V
2 SYS6V
IC7002 DC DETECT DC_DET1
3 DCDET
C0DBZYY00018
VOLTAGE REGULATOR 4 DC5V TO D
5 GND
SMPS CIRCUIT
PW_D3R3V DRGND (JW2*)
PW_DC12V_A D7023 6 DRIVE_GND C
PW_D3R3V_DSP B0BC027A0264 DC12V IN SCHEMATIC
1 VO VIN 8 7 DC12V
LB7041 8 DC18V
DIAGRAM - 30
C7041 J0JGC0000020
10 C7055 PCONT
1 2 NC NC 7 9 PCONT
R7043 C7054 ECO_CTL
1K D7022 D7024 10 POWER_CONT
1 B0ACCK000005 B0BC5R1A0266
R7050 R7051
3 GND NC 6
0
PW_D3R3V_TU C7056 10K
470P
LB7042 4 CN CONT 5
C7042 J0JGC0000020 R7005
10 5.6K

C7057
1

C7071 D
10 PW_WL5V
D7033 B0BC6R8A0266

R7056
D7016 B0ACCK000005 LB7006 Q7050 0
IC7003 C7011
J0JHC0000107 B1ABCF000176
10 R7055 MUTING CONTROL K2004
C0DBZHE00026 R7062 2.7K D7035 B0BC010A0269
H_MUTE 100K 0
HIGH SIDE SWITCH
C7072
0.1 WL_D5VGND
1 IN OUT 5
PW_DC5V_D

D7017 B0ACCK000005 LB7007


2 GND C7012 J0JHC0000107
R7082 10
10K R7063 2.7K D7036 B0BC6R8A0266
3 EN OC 4 AGND E
PW_DC5V_A VGND
QUICK_PCONT1
D7018 B0ACCK000005 DGND C2204
LB7009 47P R2211
C7014 J0JGC0000020 iPod_GND C2212 10K
10 0.1 R2208
GND 10K
R2207 R2209 R2212
100K 10K 10K
QR7081
B1GBCFJJ0051 R7002 C2205
INVERTER 1.5 1
PW_A-7V PW_A-9V R2210 D2201
4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 100 B0ACCK000005
Q7004

VEE

VEE
R7012 C7017 C7052
B1ADNB000003 0.01 R7011 C2117 1000P
2.7K
IC2302 10
CURRENT CONTROL 4.7K C2116 1000P
C0CBABC00117 PW_A+7V
IC2201 IC2202
VOLTAGE REGULATOR C2118 1000P C0ABBB000179 C0ABBB000179 R2213
Q7005 C7016 C2107 1000P OP-AMP OP-AMP 1K
F

VCC

VCC
GND
OUT

B1ADCE000012 10 C2112 1000P GND_6


IN

R7033 R7031 R7032 R7028


39K 39K 27K 68K POWER CONTROL
LB2301 1 2 3 D7037 R7009 C2113 1000P
J0JGC0000020 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8
PW_SYS6V B0BC010A0269 2.7K
Q7006
C2315 C2316 R7010 B1ABMF000020 R7000 R2203 R2205 R2206
1 1 470 REGULATOR 1.5 100K 100K 6.8K
PW_DC12V_A APD_L C2201 1 R2215 R2214
10K 100K
R7061
2.7K Q7008 C7051 R7007 R2201
PW_VREF 0.01 3.9K 100K C2211 C2207
B1ABCF000176 Q7007 0.1
C2206
10 0.1
DC DETECT
B1ABCF000176 C7059 C7021 C7022 D7031
R2202
100K
C2203
47P
DC DETECT 1 B0BC7R5A0266 APD_R C2202 1
10 10
R2204
PW_A+7V 100K
TO MAIN(MICON) PW_DC5V_DR PW_A-7V
SECTION (2/6) QR7019 G
LB7012 APD
B1GBCFJJ0051 D7020 B0ACCK000005
J0JHC0000107
DC DETECT
D7021 B0ACCK000005
C7019 C7058
D7038 B0BC013A0269 6.3V1000 1 LB7013
PW_DC12V_DR J0JHC0000107

C7020
16V470

1/6 2/6 3/6


TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (6/6)
4/6 5/6 6/6
SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT H

111
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 21
I

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

P1
TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (1/6)

P1
J

R1128 R1152 R1120


J0JCC0000316 470 22K
DOCK_R

BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2


D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3 R1121
D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4 22K
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 C1114 C1116 C1118
R1122
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7 22P 22P 1K 1
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8 DOCK-RCH
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10 LB1112
PW_A-7V 470
K FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17 4 3 2 1
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
VEE
TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24
IC1102
C1110
0.01
C0ABBB000189
OP-AMP

1
CN2002 VCC
LB2831 J0JBC0000014 KEY1
KEY1 22
LB2834 J0JBC0000014 KEY2 5 6 7 8
KEY2 21
LB2835 J0JBC0000014 FLD_STB
FLD_STB 20
LB2836 J0JBC0000014 FLD_CLK
FLD_CLK 19 C1111 R1123 C1117
LB2837 J0JBC0000014 FLD_DAT 22P 1K 1
FLD_DAT 18 DOCK-LCH
LB2838 J0JBC0000014 RMT
L RMT 17
R1114 C1113 C1115
LB2839 J0JBC0000014 PW_VREF
VREF 16 22K 22P 22P
LB2840 J0JBC0000014 PW_D3R3V LB1113
+3.3V 15 R1119 J0JBC0000014
LB2841 J0JBC0000014 PW_A-9V 22K AGND
TO B -9V 14
PGND 13
LB2842 J0JBC0000014 GND R1115
PANEL CIRCUIT R7003 22K R1141 LB1114 R1153
PGND 12 3.3 J0JCC0000317
(P6001)
+12V 11
LB2843 J0JBC0000014 PW_DC12V_A 220 470 IC1001
IN SCHEMATIC LED_CONT C0DBZHE00026
LED_CONT 10 HIGH SIDE SWITCH
DIAGRAM - 25 C1109
AGND 9 LB1111 0.01
LB2844 J0JBC0000014 470 PW_DC5V_D
HP_RCH 8 PW_A+7V 5 OUT IN 1
LB2845 J0JBC0000014 AGND
AGND 7
LB2846 J0JBC0000014 DOCK_L iPod_GND
HP_LCH 6 GND 2
LB2819 J0JBC0000014 ASS_MUTE R1127 R1151 R1118
M ASS_MUTE 5
LB2820 J0JBC0000014 ASS_IN J0JCC0000316 470 22K
BATTPCONT
ASS IN 4 4 OC EN 3
LB2821 J0JBC0000014
-7V 3 Q1103 iPod_OC
LB2823 J0JBC0000014 B1ADCE000012
+7V 2
LB2818 J0JBC0000014 SWITCH
DGND 1 UART_RX
22

Q1102 R1108
B1ADCE000012 47K
SWITCH
UART_TX

R1107
iPod_CTRL_SW 47K PCONT
TO MAIN(MICON)
C1102 6.3V1000 SECTION (5/6)
N
R1109 R1110 C1101
Q1105 R1133 0.1
B1CFHA000002 G 100K R1106 QR1102 4.7K 100K
C1103 R1112
R1131
47
iPod_ACC 4.7K
SWITCH B1GBCFJJ0051 10 100
PCONT SWITCH 4 V_IN VCC 3
D S
C1105 C1107 DGND
C1135
Q1101 C1119 R1111 0.1 6.3V100
1
CN1101 10 B1ABCF000176 QR1101 33P 75 V_GND 2 VGND
iPod_ACC_DET 15 SWITCH R1116
LB1105 0 R1102 270K B1GBCFJJ0051 V_RETURN
100
iPod_V_OUT_A
iPod_ACC_PWR 14 PCONT SWITCH 5
LB1106 0 R1124 100 R1125 V_OUT 1
DO_UART_OUT/TX 13 100 C1104 R1113
LB1107 J0JBC0000014 10 100
DO_UART_IN/RX 12
LB1104 0 iPod_GND Q1104 IC1101
DOCK5V_GND 11 R1104 R1105 C0ABZA000080
TO H DOCK5V_GND 10 C1122 0.01 GND B1CFHA000002 G
SWITCH
R1132
100K
560K 100K ISOLATION AMPLIFIER
O LB1108 0 R1101 330K R1103 220K
iPod/iPhone iPod_ACC 9
LB1101 J0JYC0000070 D S
CIRCUIT (CN1002) iPod_5V 8
DOCK_L LB1109
IN SCHEMATIC DOCK_L 7 J0JCC0000316
DIAGRAM - 33 DOCK_AGND 6
DOCK_R
DOCK_R 5
LB1103 0 iPod_DET
iPod_DET 4
VGND 3
VIDEO 2
LB1102 0
VGND 1
15
C1134 C1131 1/6 2/6 3/6
1000P 1000P

4/6 5/6 6/6


P SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

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

112
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 22

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

P1
TO MAIN(MICON)
P1 SECTION (2/6)

R2075
DMIX_OUT_SEL 47

J0JGC0000020
IC2071

LB2072
C0JBAR000434
MULTIPLEXER

R2071
33
PE G_ADAC_D0_B 1 A VCC 8
R2072 C2071
33 0.1
2 B ST 7

3 NC SELECT 6

4 GND Y 5

R2074
47
R2905 LB2071 IC2001
0 GND_6 J0JCC0000396 C2HBCA000001
DIGITAL SOUND PROCESSOR
DN DGND
LB2039
J0JCC0000396
R2031 33 R2060 47 DSP_MCLK_OUT
PE CKG_BCK_B 1 BCK_IN AMCLK_OUT 40
C2061 0.01 DGND
TO MAIN(MICON)
R2032 33 SECTION (6/6)
PE CKG_LRCK_B 2 LRCK_IN VDD3 39
C2060 1 DSP_OUT_GND
R2033 33 R2059 47 DSP_I2S_OUT1
3 I2S_IN1 I2S_OUT1 38

R2034 33 R2058 47 DSP_BCK_OUT


PE G_ADAC_D2_B 4 I2S_IN2 BCK_OUT 37

R2035 33 R2057 47 DSP_LRCK_OUT


PE G_ADAC_D1_B 5 I2S_IN3 LRCK_OUT 36

R2036 33 R2056 47 DSP_I2S_OUT2


PE G_ADAC_D3_B 6 I2S_IN4 I2S_OUT2 35
PE G_ADAC_MIX_B DSP_I2S_OUT3
7 R2055 47
I2S_EXT I2S_OUT3 34

R2054 47
8 BCK_EXT I2S_OUT4 33

PW_ST_D3R3V R2175
9 LRCK_EXT MONI 32 0
R2171 33 WL_BCK_OUT
J0JGC0000020

WL_DATA_GND
10 AMCLK_EXT MODE2 31
LB2092

R2172 33 WL_LRCK_OUT

11 VSS1 VSS3 30 R2176


C2041 0.1 C2059 R2053 C2058 0
TO MAIN(MICON) DSP_RESET 2700P 1.5K 0.027
R2041 220
SECTION (4/6) 12 RESETX PLLFIL 29
C2057 0.01
DSP_MUTE R2042 220
13 MUTEX VDD2 28
C2042 47P C2056 1
DSP_CLK R2043 220
14 SCL ANATEST 27
MICON_GND C2043 47P C2055 1000P
DSP_DA R2044 220
15 SDA LDOPOFF 26
C2044 1
C2054 6.3V100
16 VDD1 REG15 25
C2045 0.01 C2053 1000P
CKG_MCK_B R2045 47 C2052 0.01
PE CKG_MCK_B 17 SYSCLK_IN DVDDCORE 24
C2046 C2051 1
10 R2178
18 XO MODE1 23 0
R2173 33 WL_I2S_OUT3
R2051 0 R2174 33 WL_I2S_OUT4
19 XI ADDR 22
BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2 R2177
D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3 0
D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4 20 VSS2 MODE0 21
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 R2046 10K
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10
FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
1/6 2/6 3/6
VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24 4/6 5/6 6/6
SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

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

113
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 23
I

A MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone/AUX/OPTICAL/HDMI AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : iPod/iPhone VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

TO MAIN(MICON)
SECTION (3/6)

P1
J

APD_L
PW_A-7V LB2802 0
R2823
AUXL 1K A_LIN
C2806 1 LB2805 0
R2800
13
CN2011 PW_ST_D3R3V
$10K
PW_D3R3V 1
R2801 LB2807 0
DGND 2
AUXR $10K K
C2807 1 C2818
G_OPT_IN_1 3
IC57000 R2821 0.1
DGND 4 LB57000 47K
C0JBAR000434
TO I G_OPT_IN_2 5 MULTIPLEXER J0JGC0000020
OPTICAL IN DGND 6
CIRCUIT (CN4002) NC 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A

L0

L2

L3

L1

INH

VEE

GND
L CH
IN SCHEMATIC NC 8 1 VCC 8
C57010
DIAGRAM - 33 NC 9 0.1
TUN-LCH
IC2800
B R2806 1K C2811 1 LB2803 0
NC 10 2 ST 7 C0JBAR000540

B (MSB)
A (LSB)
MULTIPLEXER

R CH
NC 11 C2802

VCC
OPT_IN_SEL1 680P

R2

R1

R0

R3
NC 12 3 NC SELECT 6
NC 13 C2803 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
1
4 GND Y 5 680P
TUN-RCH R2807 1K C2812 1 LB2801 0 L
C2817
DOCK-LCH R2810 1K C2813 1 0.1 C2815 47P
C2804 R2812 LB2806 0 C2816 47P
TO MAIN(MICON) 680P 47K APD_R
SECTION (5/6)

R2814

R2817
1K

1K
C2805 R2813 LB2804 0 R2824
680P 47K 1K A_RIN
R2822
IC57001 47K
DOCK-RCH R2811 1K C2814 1 LB2808 0
C0JBAR000434
MULTIPLEXER R2815 10K Q2805
PW_A+7V R2816 10K B1GBCFJJ0051
INVERTER
SEL_B
DH G_ARC_IN 1 A VCC 8
C57011
B
0.1 Q2800 SEL_A M
2 ST 7 B1GBCFJJ0051
R57006 INVERTER
47 OPT_IN_SEL2
3 NC SELECT 6 AGND

4 GND Y 5

DGND

R57007 47
ET G_IECIN
N

BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2


D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10 O
FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24

1/6 2/6 3/6

4/6 5/6 6/6


SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT P

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

114
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24
A A

A MAIN(TUNER) CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

B B

R2959
2.2K
G_TUN_GP_IO MA
C C
C2958

H0A327200097
IC2952 22P

X2951
VUEALLPT040 T1 20 19 18 17 16
JK2951 G3 FM RADIO RECEIVER
C2957
22P

DFS
NC
GCGPO1
GCGPO2

DCLK
FM ANT C2951 L2951
1000P G1CR18JA0020 1 NC DOUT 15
C2959 1 R2951 1K
G2 2 FMI LOUT 14 G_TUN-LCH MA

3 13 C2960 1 R2952 1K
VA2951 RFGND Thermal ROUT G_TUN-RCH MA
EZAEG2A50AX Pad
G1 4 AMI GND 12
R2963 VDD

RCLK
SCLK
SDIO
5 11

SEN
RST

VIO
0
AGND MA
LB2951 6 7 8 9 10 C2961
0.1
J0JBC0000032
R2964 TUN3R3V MA

D 0
R2954 R2962 R2961
D
R2953 4.7K 47K 47K
4.7K
R2955 220
BUS_TUN_SDIO_DA MA

R2956 220
CLK_TUN_SCLK MA
R2957 1K
TUN_REST MA

C2962
0.1

E E

F F

G BP: MAIN(BP1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1 ~ 2 G


D0: MAIN(BP1 CH0): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
D1: MAIN(BP1 CH1): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
DN: MAIN(DIGITAL NET): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
EX: MAIN(EXBUS): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6 ~ 7
ET: MAIN(ETHER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
DH: MAIN(DAC HDMI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 ~ 10
FE: MAIN(BP1 FE): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11 ~ 14
PE: MAIN(BP1 PERI): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
VO: MAIN(VIDEO OUT): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 17
MA: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 18 ~ 23
TN: MAIN(TUNER): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 24

H SA-BT230GA/GS MAIN(TUNER) CIRCUIT H

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

115
17.2. Panel Circuit

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

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 25
A A

B PANEL CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE

DP6001
A2BB00000175
FL DISPLAY

F- F- NP 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 NP F+ F+


B B
R6007 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
D6100 1.8 R6008
B0JCMD000010 1.8

C6103 C6001 C6005


6.3V220 1 1
T6100

P10

P11

P12

P13

P14

P15

P16
G4D1A0000142

G1

G2

G3

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9
P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

P8

P9
SWITCHING TRANSFORMER D6102
9 8 B0JCMD000010 D6103

G9
G8
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
G2
1 7 B0BC2R4A0263
C6101 R6102
5600P 47
2 6
D6104
C B0HAJM000005 C
3 5
4
C6105
10 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

GND
VCC
NC
G9
G8
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
G1
1 G1 33
L6101 R6100 D6101 P1
G0C390JA0055 4.7K B0BC024A0267 2 LED2 [1] LED1 [34] G2 P1 32
R6015 P2
56K 3 LED3 P2 31
C6102 Q6100 R6101 C6104 4 LED4 -VP 30
P3
35V33 B1BABK000001 100K 35V47 5 OSC P3 29
R6103
0 SWITCH +3.3V C6016 6 DOUT
IC6001 P4 28
P4
FL_DATA R6010 68 100P C0HBB0000057 P5
7 DIN FL DISPLAY DRIVER P5 27
FL_CLK R6011 68 P6
8 CLK P6 26
FL_STB R6012 1K P7
D C6100
9 STB P7 25 D
[11] K2 [22] P10 P8 24 P8
L6100 16V47 10 K1
J0JBC0000041 P9

GND
VCC
P18
P17
P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
11 P9 23

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
IR6001
B3RAB0000081
REMOTE CONTROL
22
P6001 SENSOR
KEY1

100P
100P
100P
KEY1 1

GND
OUT

VCC
KEY2 G1 G2
KEY2 2

1
FL_STB
FLD_STB 3 1 2 3

C6012
C6013
C6014

C6015
FL_CLK C6018 C6019

P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
FLD_CLK 4
FL_DATA 6.3V10 0.1
FLD_DAT 5
R6006 100
RMT 6
E R6005 47 E
VREF 7
+3.3V
+3.3V 8
R6031
TO A -9V 9
PGND 10
120
LED _VREF
MAIN(MICON) PGND 11
CIRCUIT (CN2002) R6030 Q6800
+9V(FL) 12
IN SCHEMATIC
10K B1ABEB000002
LED CTL 13 LED DRIVE
DIAGRAM - 21 AGND 14 LED
R6016 R6017 R6018 R6019 R6020
HP_OUTR 15 1.2K 1.5K 2.2K 3.3K 4.7K
KEY2
AGND 16
HP_OUTL 17
ACS_MUTE 18
F C6010 S6002 S6003 S6005 S6006 R6004 F
ACS 19 4.7 STOP PLAY VOL + VOL - 0
-7V 20
+7V 21
DGND_ASS 22
1

R6801 R6021 R6022 R6023 R6024


1.2K 1.5K 2.2K 3.3K 4.7K

S6807 S6007 R6025


OPEN/CLOSE SELECTOR 0
G
L6007 J0JBC0000014
CN6001 TO F G
1 DGND POWER BUTTON
KEY1 L6006 J0JBC0000014
2 KEY1_BTN CIRCUIT (H6803)
LED L6005 0
3 LED IN SCHEMATIC
LED_VREF
4 LED_VREF DIAGRAM - 32

H SA-BT230GA/GS PANEL CIRCUIT H

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

116
17.3. D-Amp Circuit

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

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 26
A

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

TO D-AMP
B SECTION (2/4)
C5436
IC5401 0.1

C0EBE0000456
RESET
IC5402
C0JBAA000501
4 NC VSS 3 AND GATE
C5432
0.01
VDD 2 1 VCC 5