MAIN POWER VOL

STANDBY ON

POWER

INPUT

CH CH MENU RETURN
ROOM LIGHT SENSOR

STANDBY ON

SET

PUSH
VOL

HDTV

PROJECTION MONITOR

SD-643HD5

ORDER NO.

ARP3094

HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR

SD-533HD5
SD-643HD5
Model Type SD-533HD5
KUXC/CA KBXC

THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Power Requirement Remarks SD-643HD5

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AC120V AC120V

1. SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................... 2 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ................. 5 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 14 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ........................... 82 5. PCB PARTS LIST .............................................. 108 6. ADJUSTMENT ................................................... 118

CONTENTS

7. GENERAL INFORMATION .................................. 140 7.1 DIAGNOSIS ................................................... 140 7.1.1 DIAGNOSIS METHOD ............................. 140 7.1.2 DISASSEMBLY ....................................... 144 7.1.3 WIRING DIAGRAM .................................. 147 7.1.4 THE METHOD OF POWER-ON (for service) 149 7.2 PARTS .......................................................... 150 7.2.1 IC ............................................................. 150 7.3 EXPLANATION .............................................. 192 8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS ....... 202

PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER ELECTRONIC NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

c PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION 2001
T – ZZY JULY 2001 Printed in Japan

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65

NOTICE (FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY) Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or be of identical designation.

(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must

REMARQUE (POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT) Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.

(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pièces

1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
NOTICE : Comply with all cautions and safety related notes located on or inside the cabinet and on the chassis or picture tube. The following precautions should be observed : 1. Do not install, remove, or handle the picture tube in any manner unless shatterproof goggles are worn. People not so equipped should be kept away while picture tubes are handled. Keep picture tube away from the while handling. 2. When service is required, even though the HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR an isolation transformer should be inserted between power line and the set in safety before any service is performed. 3. When replacing a chassis in the set, all the protective devices must be put back in place, such as barriers, nonmetallic knobs, adjustment and compartment covershields, isolation resistorcapacitor, etc. 4. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Extra precaution should be taken to assure correct lead dress in the high voltage circuitry area. 5. Always use the manufacture's replacement components. Especially critical components as indicated on the circuit diagram should not be replaced by other manufacture's. Furthermore where a short circuit has occurred, replace those components that indicate evidence of overheating. 6. Before returning a serviced set to the customer, the service technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain that it is completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock, and be sure that no protective device built into the set by the manufacture has become defective, or inadvertently defeated during servicing. Therefore, the following checks should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.

Leakage Current Cold Check
With the AC plug removed from the 120V AC 60Hz source, place a jumper across the two plug prongs. Turn the AC power switch on. Using an insulation tester (DC 500V), connect one lead to the jumpered AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal part (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis should have a minimum resistor reading of 0.3MΩ and a maximum resistor reading of 5MΩ. Any resistor value below or above this range indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. Exposed metal parts not having a return path to the chassis will indicate an open circuit.

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Leakage Current Hot Check
Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet (do not use an isolation transformer for this check). Turn the AC power switch on. Using a "Leakage Current Tester (Simpson Model 229 equivalent)", measure for current from all exposed metal parts of the cabinet (input/ output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.). Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.

X-radiation
TUBE : The primary source of X-radiation in this set is the picture tube. For continued X-radiation protection, the replacement tube must be the same type as the original, PIONEER approved type. The picture tube (CRT Service Assy R, G, B) used in this set holds complete guarantee against X-ray radiation when the X-ray is sealed (See page 4). Accordingly, when the current in flowing to the picture tube (CRT Service Assy R, G, B), be sure to perform it by putting the tube into X-ray sealed applied state. Avoid absolutely to flow the current to the picture tube (CRT Service Assy R, G, B) itself. Moreover, when the voltage of the high voltage circuit becomes abnormally a little higher, the picture tube radiates X-rays. Accordingly, when servicing the high voltage circuit be sure to replace as an assy with the POWER SUPPLY Assy in the manner in which has been adjusted to perform normal operation.

Device under test Test all exposed metal surfaces

Reading should Leakage not be above current 0.5mA tester

Also test with plug reversed (Using AC adapter plug as required)

Earth ground

AC Leakage Test

1.2 PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE SET TO THE CUSTOMER. Many electrical and mechanical parts in PIONEER set have special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by marking on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service with a Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which dose not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, X-radiation, or other hazards. Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.

High Voltage
This set is provided with a X-ray protection for clearly indicating that voltage has increased in excess of a predetermined value. Comply with all notes described in this Service Manual regarding this hold down circuit when servicing, so that this X-ray protection may correctly be operated.

Serviceman Warning
In the status of the black picture (video muting is being applied) when no signal is input, high voltage of this set during operation is less than 30.5kV. In case any component having some relation to the high voltage is replaced, confirm that the high voltage is lower than 30.5kV in the status of the black picture when no signal is input. To measure H. V. use a high impedance H. V. meter. Connect (–) to earth and (+) to the FBT anode cable connector. (Refer to section "7.1.2 DISASSEMBLY".)

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1.3 CHARGED SECTION, HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATING POINT AND X-RAY PROTECTION
Charged section
The circuit in which the commercial AC power is used as it is without passing through the power supply transformer. If the charged section is touched, there is a risk of electric shock. In addition, the measuring equipment can be damaged if it is connected to the GND of the charged section and the GND of the non-charged section while connecting the set directly to the commercial AC power supply, In this case, be sure to connect the set via an insulated transformer and supply the current.

High voltage generating point
The place where voltage of over 100V is generated. 1. Charged section 2. DEFLECTION Service Assy (including FBT) (30.5kV, 1.2kV, 210V, 135V) 3. POWER SUPPLY Assy (135V) 4. R CRT DRIVE Assy (10.5kV, 210V) 5. G CRT DRIVE Assy (10.5kV, 210V) 6. B CRT DRIVE Assy (10.5kV, 210V) 7. CRT Service Assy R (30.5kV) 8. CRT Service Assy G (30.5kV) 9. CRT Service Assy B (30.5kV) 10. Focus VR (VR1) (10.5kV) 11. Deflection Yokes (L1, L2 and L3) Approx. (1100V at peak) 12. HV Distibuter (Anode) (30.5kV)

Charged section (Power supply primary side)
1. AC Power Cord 2. The primary side of the POWER SUPPLY Assy 3. POWER SW Assy

X-ray protection
• Regarding the parts which are relative to radiation of X-rays (There is the danger to radiate X-ray from the individual CRT Service Assy R, G, B), there are notifications of caution in the individual schematic diagrams. Be sure to read them for safety's sake. • The component parts for X-ray protection are as follows: When the current flows to the CRT Service Assy R, G, B, be sure to perform it with these parts being attached. Protection from the X-ray radiation is maintained in the state in which these parts have been installed to the CRT Service Assy R, G, B. Accordingly, never supply current only to the CRT Service Assy R, G, B. Moreover, the anode voltage of the CRT Service Assy R, G, B should always be kept not higher than the predetermined value (in the minimum brightness and picture state when non signal input is less than 30.5kV). Be sure to drive the CRT Service Assy R, G, B by using a completely functional Deflection Service Assy (including FBT) which have been adjusted completely in the combined state. (When the voltage abnormally becomes high, the X-ray protection circuit will operate.) 1. CRT Service Assy R, G, B (Do not dismantle CRT assemblies under any circumstances). 2. Each Lens Assy
Each Lens Assy
POWER SW Assy HV Disributer

: Part is charged section. : Part is the high voltage generating points other than the charged section.
CRT SERVICE Assy B CRT SERVICE Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy R

Deflection Yoke (L1) B CRT DRIVE Assy G CRT DRIVE Assy

R CRT DRIVE Assy

Deflection Yoke (L3) Deflection Yoke (L2)

POWER SUPPLY Assy AC Power Cord DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy FBT Focus VR (VR1)

CRT Service Assy R, G, B

Fig.1 Carged Section and High Voltage Generation Point

Fig.2 Component parts for X-ray protection

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EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST NOTES: • Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. Symbol and Description SD-533HD5 KUXC/CA NSP 4 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 13 13 14 14 16 16 18 18 19 21 21 Warranty Card Upper Pad L53 Upper Pad L64 Upper Pad R53 Upper Pad R64 Under Pad L53 Under Pad L64 Under Pad R53 Under Pad R64 Upper Carton 53 Upper Carton 64 Under Carton 53 Under Carton 64 Vinyl Sheet XL Vinyl Sheet 64W Upper Vinyl Sheer 60 Under Vinyl Sheet 64W Under Polyethylene Bag Laminated Sheet 53 Under Laminated Sheet 64 Under ARY1050 AHA2270 Not used AHA2271 Not used AHA2272 Not used AHA2273 Not used AHD3081 Not used AHD3083 Not used AHG1095 Not used AHG1234 Not used AHG1285 AHG1312 Not used KBXC Not used AHA2270 Not used AHA2271 Not used AHA2272 Not used AHA2273 Not used AHD3081 Not used AHD3083 Not used AHG1095 Not used AHG1234 Not used Not used AHG1312 Not used SD-643HD5 KUXC/CA ARY1050 Not used AHA2274 Not used AHA2275 Not used AHA2276 Not used AHA2277 Not used AHD3082 Not used AHD3084 Not used AHG1288 Not used AHG1289 AHG1285 Not used AHG1314 Remarks NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP 5 . Therefore. always replace with specified parts. be sure to use parts of identical designation. SD-643HD5 2. Mark No. NSP NSP 13 6 7 20 2 1 21 16 17 3 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NSP NSP NSP 18 12 14 NSP NSP 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 NSP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 19 4 KUXC/CA Type Only 5 Description Operating Instructions (English) Caution Card Convergence Attention Card Warranty Card Remote Control Unit Battery Cover Alkaline Dry Cell Battery (LR6.1 PACKING (1) PACKING PARTS LIST Mark No. KBXC and SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA are constructed the same except for the following : Part No. when replacing. • Parts marked by are important parts which relate in X-rays radiation. 8 9 2. AA) Upper Pad L Upper Pad R Under Pad L Under Pad R Under Pad S Upper Carton Under Carton ••••• Vinyl Sheet Catalog Bag Vinyl Sheet Under Polyethylene Bag Laminated Sheet Upper Laminated Sheet Under Part No. ARB1535 ARM1057 ARM1197 See Contrast table (2) AXD1457 AZN2401 AEX1018 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) AHA2278 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) AHG1222 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) AHG1311 See Contrast table (2) 10 11 (2) CONTRAST TABLE SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA.SD-533HD5. • The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. If any of there parts need to be replaced. • Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.

SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 2.2 FRONT SECTION 59 3 32 34 51 31 51 51 29 30 28 38 33 51 54 18 48 SD-643HD5 Only 47 L 53 1 61 20 48 SD-643HD5 Only 48 48 B 22 48 45 2 55 60 52 61 19 35 22 56 C 42 26 37 39 24 50 51 52 21 51 27 27 50 60 36 52 52 23 60 25 49 7 10 6 45 60 23 13 12 11 17 16 15 14 44 45 46 4 E 57 17 45 45 57 9 8 7 54 44 6 17 40 41 44 45 58 6 .

Mark No. SD-643HD5 (1) FRONT SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. AAD4108 ANG2448 ABH1106 ANG2449 ANG2445 ANG2446 ANG2474 AAN1462 AEC1609 AMM3089 ANK1686 AEC1892 ABA1249 ABA1240 ABA1239 See Contrast table (2) ABA1190 See Contrast table (2) ABA1288 APZ40P120FZK BYC40P160FMC ABA1289 BBZ30P080FZK APZ30P080FZK BPZ30P100FZK ABA1298 AAX1238 AMR3272 ABA1286 ABA1299 NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP (2) CONTRAST TABLE SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA. KBXC and SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA are constructed the same except for the following : Part No. 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 Description FRONT LED Assy FRONT INPUT Assy POWER SW Assy SHORT Assy ••••• Focus VR (VR1) Cone Speaker Decor. Symbol and Description SD-533HD5 KUXC/CA 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 24 24 47 47 49 Screen Frame H Assy 53 Screen Frame H Assy 64 Fresnel 53 Fresnel 64 Lenticular Sheet 53 Lenticular Sheet 64 Contrast Screen (53W) Contrast Screen 64 Screen Frame V 53 Screen Frame V 64 Decoration Panel 53 Decoration Panel 64 SF Holder 53 SF Holder 64 Screen Holder Low 53 AAP1641 Not used AMR3181 Not used AMR3179 Not used AAK2785 Not used AAP1639 Not used AMB2685 Not used ANG2437 Not used AAP1647 Not used KBXC SD-643HD5 KUXC/CA Not used AAP1642 Not used AMR3279 Not used AMR3239 Not used AAK2773 Not used AAP1640 Not used AMB2686 Not used ANG2438 Not used AAP1648 Remarks NSP NSP 49 Screen Holder Low 64 7 .SD-533HD5. NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 NSP 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Description Power Button Switch Holder Power Button Spring Decor. Panel Holder A SF Under Bracket L SF Under Bracket R Front Plate Door Catcher F2M Blind Plate Front Shield Plate Door Cushion ••••• Screw Screw Screw SF Holder Screw Screen Holder Low Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw UL Caution Card Switch Cover Screw Screw Part No. AWZ6608 AWZ6609 AWZ6611 AWZ6612 ACX1097 APV1021 ANG2450 AEC1785 ADX2665 ADX2659 ADX2660 ADX2661 ADX2662 ADX2663 ADX2664 AEC-093 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) ANG2479 See Contrast table (2) AAM1088 AAK2771 AEC1263 AAD4107 AAK2769 AAK2770 Mark No. Panel Holder B Bind Holder 4P Housing Wire (J2) 1P Lead Wire (J3 : RED) 1P Lead Wire (J4 : WHT) 1P Lead Wire (J5 : BLK) 1P Lead Wire (J6 : RED) 1P Lead Wire (J7 : GRN) 1P Lead Wire (J8 : BLU) Nylon Binder Screen Frame H Assy Fresnel Lenticular Sheet Contrast Screen Screen Frame V SF Bracket V Decoration Panel Badge Input Sheet Cabinet Wire Holder Button Cluster LED Lens RLS Lens Part No.

3 REAR SECTION SD-643HD5 Only 24 25 22 17 15 23 17 10 15 8 SD-533HD5 Only 17 21 SD-643HD5 Only 17 16 17 25 9 17 16 17 17 18 1 13 Refer to "2.4 CHASSIS SECTION". 20 D 13 20 28 17 12 6 19 29 30 19 19 5 31 29 29 27 7 27 26 19 3 14 2 Refer to "2.SD-533HD5. 19 32 11 19 4 33 33 34 34 8 . SD-643HD5 2.5 CRT BLOCK".

SD-533HD5. Symbol and Description SD-533HD5 KUXC/CA 9 9 10 11 11 12 12 15 16 21 22 23 24 25 Mirror 53 Mirror 64 Mirror Holder Rear Cover 53 Rear Cover 64 Cabinet 53 Cabinet 64 Screw Screw Mirror Upper Stay L Mirror Upper Stay R Mirror Upper Stay C Mirror Frame H 64 Mirror Frame V 64 AMR3244 Not used ANG2440 AMM3087 Not used AMM3098 Not used APZ40P120FZK ABA1240 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used KBXC SD-643HD5 KUXC/CA Not used AMR3245 Not used Not used AMM3088 Not used AMM3099 Not used PYC40T140FZB ANG2004 ANG2005 ANG2006 ANG2441 ANG2442 Remarks NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP 9 . See Contrast table (2) ABA1240 BBZ30P080FZK ABA1286 ACZ40P080FMC See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) ABZ30P120FZK AEC1869 ABA1249 ABA1234 AEC1611 ABA1296 AEC1263 AMR2547 ABA1287 NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP (2) CONTRAST TABLE SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description REMOTE SENSOR Assy HV Distributer HV Cable (J12) HV Return Wire (J16) Tray Rivet Back Cover Panel Mirror Case Mirror Mirror Holder Rear Cover Cabinet Screw Purse Lock Screw Part No. 16 17 18 19 20 NSP NSP NSP 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Description Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Mirror Upper Stay L Mirror Upper Stay R Mirror Upper Stay C Mirror Frame H64 Mirror Frame V64 Screw Bushing Screw Screw Lead Clamper M Screw Cabinet Wire Holder Caster Screw Part No. KBXC and SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA are constructed the same except for the following : Part No. SD-643HD5 (1) REAR SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Mark No. AWZ6610 AXW1050 ADY1064 ADX2658 AMR3243 AEC1890 AMM3086 AME2305 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) ABA1239 AEC1540 See Contrast table (2) Mark No.

4 CHASSIS SECTION 25 25 9 13 11 1 31 26 25 21 26 33 25 12 25 27 26 25 28 17 25 20 25 22 25 37 38 25 35 25 23 5 25 4 8 F A K M 2 30 29 34 36 25 J 19 29 15 16 18 18 30 19 18 29 32 24 3 31 14 6 16 7 30 10 10 . SD-643HD5 2.SD-533HD5.

ANK1687 AEC1369 AEC1793 ANK1682 BPZ30P140FZK WAX0F160N100 BBN1005 BBA1051 BBZ30P080FCU ABA1235 ABZ30P120FZK BPZ30P100FZK See Contrast table (2) AEK1069 AEK1069 REK1083 REK1082 REK1082 NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP NSP (2) CONTRAST TABLE SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA. AWV1910 AWV1887 AWV1909 AWV1891 AWV1892 ADG1187 ATX1040 AXF1109 ADX2666 AMA1012 ANH1591 See Contrast table (2) AMR3260 AEC-093 AEC1611 AEC1257 ADX2657 AEC1806 AEC1263 ANC2339 Mark No. SD-643HD5 (1) CHASSIS SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. KBXC and SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA are constructed the same except for the following : Part No. Assy AC Power Cord Ferrite Core (L7) RF Switch Wire Harness A Chassis IP Heat Sink ID Label IP Heat Sink Holder Nylon Binder Lead Clamper M Cord Holder 2P Lead with Housing (J9) Cable Clip Cabinet Wire Holder Rear Panel Part No. Symbol and Description SD-533HD5 KUXC/CA NSP NSP NSP 12 ID Label 53 12 ID Label 64 33 EMC Label AAL2341 Not used Not used KBXC AAL2350 Not used AAX2843 SD-643HD5 KUXC/CA Not used AAL2342 Not used Remarks 11 . Mark No.SD-533HD5. NSP 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Description Rear Shield Cable Clip Binder Volume Case Screw Washer Nut Hexagonal Head Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw EMC Label Fuse (FU201 : 10A/ 250V) Fuse (FU301 : 10A/ 250V) Fuse (FU302 : 5A/ 125V) Fuse (FU303 : 4A/ 125V) Fuse (FU304 : 4A/ 125V) Part No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy POWER SUPPLY Assy DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy SIGNAL Assy DIGITAL CONV.

SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 2.5 CRT BLOCK 18 13 19 20 19 20 18 13 18 13 19 20 20 6 5 20 4 20 A B C 9 8 7 17 17 12 11 23 21 25 A 10 23 21 B 23 21 1 G C 25 14 25 14 2 14 14 14 I 3 H 14 21 22 21 21 26 16 17 15 16 24 12 .

AWZ6605 AWZ6606 AWZ6607 See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) ATL1144 ATL1144 ATL1144 ATL1137 ATL1137 ATL1137 See Contrast table (2) AEC-093 AEC1540 AEC1257 AEC1261 AMZ40P080FZK FBT40P120FZK ABA1168 BPZ30P100FZK AEC1869 PMB30P100FMC AEC1611 AMR3241 See Contrast table (2) (2) CONTRAST TABLE SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA. SD-643HD5 (1) CRT BLOCK PARTS LIST Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NSP 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NSP 26 Description R CRT DRIVE Assy G CRT DRIVE Assy B CRT DRIVE Assy CRT SERVICE Assy R CRT SERVICE Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy B Deflection Yoke (L1) Deflection Yoke (L2) Deflection Yoke (L3) VM Coil (L4) VM Coil (L5) VM Coil (L6) Lens Assy Nylon Binder Purse Lock Cord Holder Purse Lock S Screw Screw Screw Screw Bushing Screw Lead Clamper M CRT Amp Holder CRT Stand Part No. Mark No. Symbol and Description SD-533HD5 KUXC/CA 4 4 5 6 6 CRT SERVICE Assy 53R CRT SERVICE Assy 64R CRT SERVICE Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy 53B CRT SERVICE Assy 64B AWY1424 Not used AWY1423 AWY1425 Not used AMR2833 ANA1653 Not used KBXC SD-643HD5 KUXC/CA Not used AWY1427 AWY1426 Not used AWY1428 AMR3235 Not used ANA1654 Remarks NSP NSP 13 LENS Assy 26 CRT Stand 53 26 CRT Stand 64 13 . KBXC and SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA are constructed the same except for the following : Part No.SD-533HD5.

RST 3DY 3DC IC3004 LC32V4265JL-25S IC2601 TA1270BF 4M DRAM MVSYNC MHSYNC Sync.Cr NJM2283M 3 YS CBS CRS AV I/O BLOCK INPUT 1 Y Cb/Pb Cr/Pr INPUT 2 Y Cb/Pb Cr/Pr INPUT 3 5 RGBHV CN2802 Y G 3 AFC COMPOX2 S. V CP V HS VS IC3901 M52347FP IC1401 PD5689A9 SUB u-COM Q1403 SYNCDET OSD R/G/B OSD BLK OSD HALF DHBLK VDRV VDRV IC3902(2/2) SYNC TC74HC4538AF Width ADJ IC2404 TLC2932IPW DHBLK GCLK GDATA GENB GRST VBLK0 VBLK1 IC3903(2/2) TC74HC4066AF D HS CP Separate Sync.SDA2 SCL1. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 3.VS SYNC Sep. BLK Width Expansion HOSCSW SYNC DET BLOCK SUB U-COM BLOCK IC2401 HG62G010R29FB SYNC BLOCK 14 1 2 3 4 .DET FE2 Q2107. RST 3D Y/C SEP. Process Color Demodulation INPUT 1 V Y C IC3003 CM0010AF MY MCB MCR 3 IPBLK MVSYNC TWIN PICTURE INPUT 2 V IC2801 CXA2079Q AV SW SUB V/Y YVS CS 3 YM.CBM.SSCL MCCY SBUSY OSD BLK OSD/CV RGB IC1901 TC74HC4053AF HS.SDA1. SDA1. Mute Q2705-Q2709 SMUTE YVS SCL2.Cb.DET SUBSW SCOMPSW 3 YM CBM CRM Y PB PR SYNCYG SCL2.SDA2.SDA1.AFT2 Q2204.G H V H IC3902(1/2) TC74HC4538AF SYNC HS Width ADJ IC2302 PD5688A9 MAIN u-COM SSDA.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM TUNER BLOCK A ANT A ANT B ANTSW SCL1.AFT1 TV1 V TV2 V MAIN V/Y MAIN C MAIN V YVM CM IC2503 IS41C16256-35K 4M DRAM IC2501 UPD64082GF-3BA 3D Y/C SEPA 3D NR SCL2. Detection EEP ROM IC1402 24LC08B(I)P For Frequency Discrimination and Signal Detection PLL 1/512 Divider V.DET FE1 SCL1.SDA2 MONITOR OUT V IC2804 NJM2283M 3 Q2811-Q2813 YS 3 SW CS Chroma T RAP Color Demodulation SUB Y IC2703 SUB Y.SDA2 DHBLK IC2802 M52065FP YCbCr YPbPr 3 C MAINSW MAIN U-COM BLOCK H 2 V H MVSYNC MHSYNC SCCY IC3903(1/2) TC74HC4066AF IC2301 24LC32A(I)P EEP ROM 2 YGSW Y.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM 3. CRM SCL2. BLOCK INPUT 3 V Y C SUB C MAIN COLOR DEMODULATION IC2701 NJM2283BM YVS YS 3 SY SCB SCR B INPUT 4 V Y C SUB COLOR DECODER BLOCK IC2702 CXA2019AQ SHSYNC SVSYNC Video Q2702. SD-643HD5 3.Q2110 MCOMPSW HSYNC1 MAIN COLOR DECODER BLOCK IC2602 NJM2233BM Y TWIN PICTURE BLOCK S.Q2205 A SIGNAL ASSY HSYNC2 S.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.1.

B 1bit DAC ×2 RGB MATRIX. AMP BLOCK 15 7 8 .D.IC402 STK392-110 LPF AMP MUTE CMUTE FP H. DEF IC1902 TA1316AN CONVER R.F. DEF V.DEF H.G. DEF OUT +B P. LPF PD AMP IC802 LA78045 HV CONTROL HDRV HVSW V.5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. Waveform Generator VBLK2 IC803 M5220P V.G. IC401. ASSY 5 6 CONV. COLOR CONTROL OSD/CV RGB OSD BLK OSD HALF RGBSEL FOCUS PSW PACK H.IC3604 MS82V18520-8GA IPCLK IPDATA IPBUSY IPERR IPRST A IC3205 TC74HC126AF HS PASS PLLCLK 480PSW PLLDATA PLLBUSY 56M CLK IC3201 CXA3106Q PLL 28M CLK SGRAM IC3401 PE5066A I/P u-COM I/P IC101 IC3801 HD64F3067RF20 IC3501 PE5067A YPbPr I/P CLP IC102 IPVS VSTD IC3202 HS MC14053BF TC74HC4053AF VS 3 YPbPr (480p) IC3104 TY TCB TCR A/D IC3203 CXD2303AQ VMASK 102HP 28M CLK IC3602 SDA9280 480p 4:3 Compression H Phase ADJ IC3208 TC74HC4538AF DHS DVS 2 DHS DVS SCL3. DEF OUT IC801 PA0053B CPURST VSIZEADJ F. APL DET APL SCL1. DEF CONTROL HSIZEADJ H.B 3 C V DHS DVS RGBSEL R/G/B APL AFC.B.SDA1 SYNCYG I2C Interface SYNC SEPA H SW DHBLK VDRV DYNAMIC FOCUS VSTD2 HVPARA SCREEN Y SW SYNC Process AFC HOSCSW ANODE R.SDA3.DEF PRE AMP PINKEY IC805 Signal CA0007AD Gen. DEF DRV DRV CVR/G/B CVBLK 5 VBLK2 CSCL CSDA CBUSY CACK CRESET IC1204 CM0022AF DIGITAL CONVERGENCE PLL 6ch DAC IC IC1205 CD0031AM DHBLK HVPARA H.FIL SW VBLK1 STDSW RGB APL HIGH HV VOLTAGE ANODE Distributer OUT ABL CPURST PD V. CPURST PINKEY H. +B D PSW EEP ROM IC1203 24LC128(I)P DHBLK J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY K DIGITAL CONV. SD-643HD5 F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY IPVS IP BLOCK IC3601.43RST VIDEO BLOCK 3 G R CRT DRIVE ASSY H G CRT DRIVE ASSY I B CRT DRIVE ASSY 3 B DY DPB DPR ABL ACL VM RGB SVM SVMY ABL YPbPr 3 3 YPbPr (1080i) Black Level Correction Tint Correction VM LTI CTI ABL R RGB Encoder 3 RGB B FOCUS LIN WHITE SCREEN RGB MTX OSD MIX AMP 3 CRT DRV G HDRV D. BLK GEN.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.1. BLOCK RESET SDA2 SCL2 CPURST ESCL ESDA EEPRST RESET IC IC2303 PST9246N EEPROM IC2301 24LC32A(I)P MAIN U-COM BLOCK SYNC BLOCK GRST GCLK GENB GDATA D 16 A 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 3.2 U-COM BLOCK A A SIGNAL ASSY AV I/O & SYNC DET. BLOCK SDA2 SCL2 COMPOX2 YGSW HOSCSW SYNCDET HS VS LED B FRONT ASSY TUNER 1 BLOCK ANTSW FMONO MPX SAP1 ST1 HSYNC1 ATF1 SDA1 SCL1 TUNER 2 BLOCK HSYNC2 ATF2 SDA1 SCL1 FRONT BLOCK KEY RLS REM MONMUTE MAINSW SUBSW MAIN COLOR DEMODULATION BLOCK B MCOMPSW MCCY SDA2 SCL2 SCCY SMUTE SUB COLOR DEMODULATION BLOCK SCOMPSW IC2302 PD5688A9 SDA2 SCL2 MAIN U-COM RST C 3D Y/C SEP.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY TWIN PICTURE BLOCK PASS RST SCL1 SDA1 VIDEO BLOCK I/P • RESIZE BLOCK PLLDATA PLLCLK PLLENB MASKMUTE 480PSW SCL3 SDA3 43RST IPRST IPBUSY IPCLK IPDATA IPERR VDRV STDSW VMUTE RGBSEL RGB SEL SW BLACK LEVEL EXPAND JUNGLE BLOCK BLACKSW SCL1 SDA1 RMUTE GMUTE BMUTE OSDHALF OSDR OSDG OSDB OSDBLK HOSCSW J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY V. DEF BLOCK B VSIZEADJ SSCL SSDA SBUSY HSIZEADJ DHBLK IC1401 PD5689A9 CRESET WP CSDA CSCL CBUSY CMUTE H. BLOCK C RESET IC IC1403 PST9246N EEPROM IC1402 24LC08B(I)P WP SUB U-COM BLOCK ACCLK RELAY POWER SUPPLY BLOCK SDA1 SCL1 CMUTE AMUTE ESCL ESDL CMUTE SDA1 SCL1 CSDA CSCL CBUSY AUDIO BLOCK M POWER SUPPLY ASSY D AUTO CONVERGENCE 5 6 7 F 8 17 . V. DEF BLOCK SUB U-COM CONVERGENCE BLOCK HVRST SEEPRST RESET SESCL SESDA CPURST H.

SD-643HD5 3.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM".3 SIGNAL ASSY A Assembly Structure A SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) TUNER 1 Block MAIN U-COM Block TUNER 2 Block B 3D Y/C SEP Block MAIN COLOR DECODER Block AV I/O Block SUB COLOR DECODER Block SYNC Block SYNC DET Block C Block Diagram Refer to "3.1.1. D 18 A 1 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

1. 1 2 3 F J 4 19 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.4 VIDEO IP SERVICE and DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSYS Assembly Structure A F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) VIDEO Block IP Block SUB U-COM Block B TWIN PICTURE Block J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) C DYNAMIC FOCUS Block HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION Block CONVERGENCE AMP Block HIGH VOLTAGE Block VERTICAL DEFLECTION Block D Block Diagram Refer to "3.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM". SD-643HD5 3.1.

1. SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.6 POWER SUPPLY ASSY A Assembly Structure M POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) AUDIO Block STANDBY Block SECONDARY Block B AUDIO EQ Block PRIMARY Block VELOCITY MODULATION Block POWER SUPPLY Block C AUDIO Block AUDIO Block P8 AUDIO L 17 IC902 BD3867AS PRE AMP CN902 Q1602 Q1604 Q1606 21 IN1 OUT1 18 Q1601 Q1603 Q1605 IC901 LA4282 POWER AMP 2 IN1 OUT1 11 P1 CN901 4 3 SP L AUDIO R 19 2 IN2 OUT2 5 5 IN2 OUT2 7 2 1 SP R VM Block VELOCITY MODULATION Block D SVMY VM BLOCK VM COIL 20 M 1 2 3 4 .

Q308 REG HT+ HTV+230V 6 1 P6 CN304 FU303 D314 3 4 5 V+15V V-20V V-20V 10 V+21V FU304 D316 V+30V D321 3 11 V+21V P7 CN305 V+120V V+120V 4 D SECONDARY Block 1 2 3 L M 4 21 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 POWER SUPPLY Block SW ASSY L POWER (AWZ6611) S1196 MAIN POWER A 2 1 M W1 P2 CN1196 P13 CN201 AC IN LIVE CN101 FU201 1 RY201 POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) T101 2 1 D102 D103 STANDBY Block 6 P11 CN302 V+5STB NEUTRAL 2 D201 RY202 T201 FU301 C342 D307 D327 D326 IC302 REG P12 CN301 1 3 9 V+35V V+6V V+5V PRIMARY Block B IC301 REG 11 V+3V FU302 D309 Q305 REG 2 IC304 REG V+11V V+9V1 6 P10 CN303 4 8 9 IC305 REG V+5V V+3V V+3V 10 V+3V 1 V+9V2 C 12 V+6V P14 CN306 5 Q307.

C FRONT INPUT ASSY (AWZ6609) N1 CN1172 B F1 CN1151 D L1 CN1191 SPEAKER (APV1021) FRONT LED REMOTE ASSY SENSOR (AWZ6608) ASSY (AWZ6610) V9 CN1404 V1 CN1901 P1 CN901 V6 CN1402 P8 CN902 B F F 1/9.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.A 7/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) S7 CN2602 P12 CN301 D RF SWITCH (AXF1109) E SHORT ASSY (AWZ6612) CN1197 AKM1127 22 E 1 2 3 4 .F 9/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) V7 CN1401 P9 CN903 V10 CN3103 V8 C CN1903 P10 CN303 V2 CN1403 V5 CN3102 V3 CN3101 V4 CN1902 S2 S8 CN2301 CN2304 S5 CN2601 S3 CN2603 S4 CN2806 S6 CN2303 P11 CN302 S1 CN2804 A A 1/7. be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST". SD-643HD5 3.2 SHORT ASSY and OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM A Note : When ordering service parts.

5

6

7

8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

L4-L6 : VM COIL (ATL1137) L1-L3 : DEFLECTION YOKE (ATL1144)

A

B1
CN1103

CN1106 CN1105

B2

B3

I
CN1104

G1
CN1054

CN1056 CN1055

G2

G3

H
CN1001 CN1002

P3
CN751

P14
CN306

CN1053

R1
CN1003

R2

R3

R4
CN1006 VR1 FOCUS VR (ACX1097)
CN1004

G
B

D1
CN406

C1
CN1201

CN904

D4
CN404

D2
CN405

C2
CN1202

P5
CN905

D5
CN502

CONV. ASSY K DIGITAL (AWV1892)

I H G

B CRT DRIVE ASSY (AWZ6607) G CRT DRIVE ASSY (AWZ6606) R CRT DRIVE ASSY P4 (AWZ6605)

D9

D10

D11

CN401 CN402 CN403

J J 1/3- J 3/3 M M 1/3- M 3/3
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887)
P6
CN304

C
HV DISRIBUTER (AXW1050)

DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909)
D6
CN501

D8
CN601

D3
CN701

D12 P7
CN305

D7

CN505

D13 P13
CN201
LIVE AC120V 60Hz NEUTRAL

CN504

P2
CN101

D14
CN503

D

AC POWER CORD (ADG1187)

W1
CN1196

L
6

POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611)
23

5

7

8

1

2

3

4

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

3.3 SIGNAL ASSY (1/7)
A
RF SWITCH

A 1/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891)
TUNER BLOCK

TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT

B

1

0V

A 4/7
C

5.7V

9V

TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT

12.7V

TUNER 1 BLOCK TUNER 2 BLOCK

D

24

A 1/7
1

2

3

4

(TV1)

5

6

7

8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

(TV1) (TV2) (TV1)

A
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV1) : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV2) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV1)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

2
(TV1)

A 2/7

3
(TV1)

(TV1)

B
(TV1) (TV1)

(TV1)

S. DET

A 5/7
(TV1)

(TV1)

(TV1)

TUNER 1 BLOCK TUNER 2 BLOCK

C

A 2/7
(TV2)

(TV2) (TV2)
(TV2)

(TV2)

(TV2)

S. DET
D

A 5/7

5

6

7

A 1/7
8

25

1

2

3

4

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

3.4 SIGNAL ASSY (2/7)
A

A 2/7 SIGNAL ASSY
(AWV1891)
AV I/O BLOCK
(TV2)
(TV1)

(TV1) (TV1)
(TV1) (TV2)

4 5
(SUB)

(SUB) (SUB)

B

AV SW

(SUB) (SUB)

C

(R)

(G)
(R) (G)

(B)

(B)

(R)
(G) (R)

(G) (B) (R) (R) (R)

(B)

D

(B)

(B)

(PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB)

(G)

26

A 2/7
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(SUB) (TV1) (TV2)

: Y SIGNAL ROUTE
(SUB) (1080i

: C SIGNAL ROUTE
(SUB) (R,G orB)

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB)

: Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB)

: C SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB)

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV1) or 480P) : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV2)
(TV2)

: Y SIGNAL ROUTE (1080i or 480P)

: PB SIGNAL ROUTE : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (PR) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE : R,G, or B SIGNAL ROUTE (PR_SUB) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB)
(PB_SUB)

(PB)

A

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
(TV2) (TV1) (TV1)

(TV1)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TV1)

(TV1) (TV1)

A 1/7 A 5/7

(SUB)

(SUB) (SUB)

(SUB)

(SUB) (SUB)

A 3/7 A 4/7
CN1172 N1

B

(G) (B) (R) (B)

(G)
(1080i OR 480P)

(PR) (PB)

(PB) (PB) (PR) (PR) (R)

A 4/7
(PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB)

(1080i OR 480P)

C
(G) (B)
(R)

A 6/7
(G) (B) (R)
(G) (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (B)

(G)

(R) (B)

(R) (B)

(G)

A 5/7
(PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB)

A 7/7

F 9/9 CN1902
D

S. DET
5 6 7

A 2/7
8

27

V4

(R)

C

1

2

3

4

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

3.5 SIGNAL ASSY (3/7)
A

A 3/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891)
3D Y/C SEP BLOCK

8

A 4/7
B

7

6

A 2/7

C

A 4/7

D

28

A 3/7
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

A
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE : Y SIGNAL ROUTE : C SIGNAL ROUTE

A 5/7

B

3D Y/C SEP. & 3D NR

C

4M DRAM

D

5

6

7

A 3/7
8

29

9V 5.4V 8.4V 4.6 SIGNAL ASSY (4/7) A A 4/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) MAIN & SUB COLOR DECODER BLOCK M 1/3 CN301 P12 IC2601 : MAIN COLOR DEMODULATION B (PR) (PB) A 3/7 4. SD-643HD5 3.6V 8.7V 5.4V (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) (SUB) A 2/7 4.9V (SUB) (SUB) (SUB) 14 C 0V 5.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.4V (SUB) (SUB) (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) (SUB) D (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) 30 A 4/7 1 2 3 4 (SUB) IC2702 : SUB COLOR DEMODULATION .9V 5.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. (PR) (PB) A 1/7 B (PR) (PB) A 5/7 (PB) (PR) (PR) 12 F 8/9 CN3102 V5 C (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (PB) 13 10 9 15 (PR_SUB) (PR_SUB) (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) 11 19 (SUB) 18 17 16 F 8/9 CN3101 V3 D (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) VIDEO MUTE 20 5 6 7 A 4/7 8 31 . SD-643HD5 (SUB) A : VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (PB) (PB_SUB) (PR) (PR_SUB) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (SUB) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : C SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : C SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.7 SIGNAL ASSY (5/7) A A 5/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) MAIN U-COM BLOCK B B CN1151 F1 D CN1191 L1 A 1/7 C A 3/7 A 4/7 D A 2/7 32 A 5/7 1 2 3 4 .

SD-643HD5 A EEPROM 5V 5V A 2/7 B IC2302 PD5688A9 MAIN U-COM F 1/9 CN1403 5V 5V V2 C M 1/3 CN302 P11 6 7 A 7/7 RESET IC D 5 A 5/7 8 33 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 3.8 SIGNAL ASSY (6/7) A A 6/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) SYNC DET. BLOCK B A 2/7 C D 34 A 6/7 1 2 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. B SYNC WIDTH ADJ C D 5 6 7 A 6/7 8 35 . SD-643HD5 A A 2/7 SYNC SEP.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.9 SIGNAL ASSY (7/7) A A 7/7 SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) SYNC BLOCK A 2/7 V. BLK WIDTH EXPANSION B A 5/7 A 5/7 PLL C A 2/7 D 36 A 7/7 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 3.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 3.10 FRONT LED. FRONT INPUT and REMOTE SENSOR ASSYS A B FRONT LED ASSY (AWZ6608) A 5/7 CN2301 S8 ROOM LIGHT SENSOR B SWITCHES S1151 : POWER S1152 : INPUT/SET S1153 : CH S1154 : VOL S1155 : VOL + S1156 : CH + S1157 : MENU S1158 : RETURN S1159 : FACTORY ADJ C FRONT INPUT ASSY (AWZ6609) SVIDEO VIDEO A 2/7 CN2804 S1 C AUDIO SENSOR ASSY D REMOTE (AWZ6610) A 5/7 CN2301 S8 D 1 2 3 B C D 4 37 .

SD-643HD5 3.9V F 9/9 C M 2/3 CN902 P8 D 38 F 1/9 1 To AUTO CONVER 2 3 4 .9V EEPROM 4.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.11 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (1/9) A F 9/9 F 1/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) SUB U-COM BLOCK F 8/9 1/10W B M 2/3 CN903 P9 4.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE PD5689A9 SUB U-COM F 9/9 F 5/9 F 2/9 F 6/9 B F 2/9 F 8/9 F 7/9 C 4.9V RESET IC A 5/7 CN2304 D 7 5 6 F 1/9 8 S2 39 .9V 4.

7V B F 4/9 0.8V 0V (480i) (480P) F 9/9 F 4/9 H.8V C 2.12 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (2/9) A 4.9V 5.5V (480P) (480i) (480P) (480i) F 2/9 1 F 4/9 F 9/9 2 3 F 5/9 4 .2V 4.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. PHASE ADJ F 1/9 F 9/9 D F 8/9 F 7/9 40 (480P) (480i) (480P) (480P) 2.8V 2.7V F 1/9 2V 1.9V (480i) (480P) 2.3V 1.8V (480P) 4.5V 2V F 3/9 (480i) (480i) 2.8V F 8/9 0V 2. SD-643HD5 3.

D 5 6 7 F 2/9 8 41 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 F 2/9 F 9/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) I/P BLOCK (1/5)(A/D & PLL) (480P) (480i) A : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (480P) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (480i) F 5/9 F 4/9 F 3/9 B (480i) (480P) (480i) (480P) F 6/9 C : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

SD-643HD5 3.13 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (3/9) A F 3/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) I/P BLOCK (2/5)(IC101) F 5/9 B F 4/9 C F 5/9 F 2/9 F 9/9 F 5/9 F 2/9 D F 4/9 42 F 3/9 1 F 4/9 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

SD-643HD5 A F 5/9 B C F 6/9 D F 4/9 5 6 7 F 3/9 8 43 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.14 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (4/9) A F 3/9 F 4/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) I/P BLOCK (2/5)(IC102) B C F 2/9 F 6/9 D 44 F 4/9 1 F 2/9 2 3 4 .

SD-643HD5 F 3/9 F 6/9 A B C F 5/9 F 2/9 F 6/9 D F 6/9 5 6 7 F 4/9 8 45 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.15 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (5/9) F 2/9 A (PB) (PR) (480P) F 4/9 B F 2/9 F 6/9 F 1/9 C F 3/9 SGRAM D 46 F 5/9 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 3.

SD-643HD5 F 5/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) I/P BLOCK (4/5)(RESIZE & SGRAM) (PB) (PB) (480P) (PB) (PR) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (480P) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE : PR SIGNAL ROUTE A F 9/9 (PR) (PR) (PR) (PB) (PR) F 9/9 (480P) (480P) (480P) F 9/9 B F 9/9 C SGRAM D 5 6 7 F 5/9 8 47 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.16 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (6/9) A F 1/9 B C F 3/9 D F 4/9 48 F 6/9 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 3.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A F 6/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) I/P BLOCK (5/5)(I/P U-COM) B F 3/9 F 4/9 C F 5/9 F 2/9 D3809 1SS352 D3810 1SS352 D 5 6 7 F 6/9 8 49 .

17 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (7/9) A (PB) F 9/9 (PB) (PR) (PR) (PR) (PR) (PR) (PR) (PB) (PB) (PB) B (PB) (PR_SUB) F 8/9 (PR_SUB) (PR_SUB) (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) C (PB_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) (SUB) (SUB) (SUB) D F 2/9 50 F 7/9 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

5 6 7 F 7/9 8 51 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A (PB) (PR) (PB) (PR) F 7/9 F 8/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) TWIN PICTURE BLOBK (1/2) 4M DRAM B TWIN PICTURE C F 1/9 : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (PB) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (PB_SUB) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (PR) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (PR_SUB) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) D : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

SD-643HD5 3.18 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (8/9) A F 8/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) TWIN PICTURE BLOBK (2/2) F 7/9 (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (PB) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) F 9/9 : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (PB_SUB) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) (PR) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (PR_SUB) : PR SIGNAL ROUTE (SUB) B F 7/9 C 1 (PB) 2 (PB) (PB) (PB) (PR) (PR) (PB) (PR) (PB) (PB) 3 D (PR) (PR) (PR) 52 F 8/9 1 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A M 1/3 J301 (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) A 4/7 CN2601 S5 (PR_SUB) (PB_SUB) (SUB) B (SUB) (PB_SUB) (PR_SUB) A 4/7 CN2603 S3 F 1/9 C (PR) (PR) (PR) (PR) 6 (PR) (PB) F 2/9 (PB) (PB) (PR) 5 (PB) (PB) 4 D 5 6 7 F 8/9 8 53 .

SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.9V 0V 0V 0V 0V F 1/9 0V 2.19 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (9/9) A F 9/9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY (AWV1910) VIDEO BLOCK (R) (R) (R) (B) (G) (B) (B) (G) F 1/9 M 1/3 CN303 P10 (G) (G) (B) B F 7/9 F 8/9 F 5/9 (R) 0V 4.5V 0V 0V F 2/9 F 3/9 C (480P) (PB) (PR) (480P) (PB) (PR) 9 8 7 (480P) (PB) (PR) F 5/9 F 2/9 (480P) (1080i or 480P) S4 A 2/7 CN2806 (G) (B) (R) (PR) (PB) (480P) D (1080i or 480P) (G) (B) (480P) (R) (PR) (PB) (1080i or 480P) (PR) (PB) (1080i or 480P) F 1/9 54 F 9/9 1 2 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. (PB) (PR) I CN1103 B1 C 12 (B) (B) (B) (1080i or 480P) (PB) (PR) F 1/9 F 2/9 AFC FIL SW (PR) (PB) D 5 6 7 F 9/9 8 55 . (1080i) (480P) (PB) (PR) (B) (G) (R) (R) (G) A : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (1080i) : Y SIGNAL ROUTE (480P) : PB SIGNAL ROUTE : PR SIGNAL ROUTE : R SIGNAL ROUTE : R SIGNAL ROUTE : R SIGNAL ROUTE (G) (B) (R) (B) 10 (R) (R) (R) (G) (B) (R) (G) (R) (B) (G) (B) B (R) (B) (G) (R) 11 (G) (G) (G) (R) G CN1003 R1 (G) H CN1054 G1 (PB) (PR) (B) (1080i or 480P) IC1902: RGB MATRIX. COLOR CONT. SD-643HD5 : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

20 R.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. Q1002 : R AMP. CN1901 V1 G VM COIL 56 G H 1 2 3 4 . Q1052 : G AMP. M 3/3 CN751 P3 R VM COIL H G CRT DRIVE ASSY (AWZ6606) J5 C VR1 FOCUS VR D1051 ERB-06-15-TP 2 (G) (G) (G) G CRT F 9/9 D (G) Q1053 : G DRIVE 1/2W (G) M 3/3 CN751 P3 Q1051. G and B CRT DRIVE ASSYS G R CRT DRIVE ASSY (AWZ6605) A J4 VR1 FOCUS VR M 1/3 CN306 P14 (R) D1001 ERB-06-15-TP 1 (R) (R) R CRT B F 9/9 CN1901 V1 (R) (R) 1/2W Q1003 : R DRIVE Q1001. SD-643HD5 3.

CN751 P3 B VM COIL D 5 6 7 8 I 57 . 3 Q1101 Emitter V: 50V/div. Q1102 : B AMP. H: 5µsec/div. SD-643HD5 (R) : R SIGNAL ROUTE : G SIGNAL ROUTE : B SIGNAL ROUTE A Input Signal Input Video Signal Picture Quality Range (G) : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) : EIA Color-bar : STANDARD : DC Range (B) 1 Q1001 Emitter V: 50V/div. H: 5µsec/div. GND GND GND I B CRT DRIVE ASSY (AWZ6607) J6 B VR1 FOCUS VR D1101 ERB-06-15-TP 3 (B) (B) (B) B CRT F 9/9 CN1901 V1 (B) (B) 1/2W C M 3/3 Q1103 : B DRIVE Q1101. 2 Q1051 Emitter V: 50V/div. H: 5µsec/div.5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.21 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (1/3) A J 1/3 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) V. DEF PIN KEYS SIGNAL GENERATOR 58 J 1/3 1 2 3 4 . DEF PRE AMP B 1 2 3 4 0V 5V 0V 0V 0V -5V C J 3/3 7 D IC805 : V. SD-643HD5 3. DEF BLOCK J 2/3 V WAVEFORM GENERATOR V.

DEF AMP 6 B 5 J 3/3 J 3/3 C 0V 0.7V D 5 6 7 J 1/3 8 59 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A V.

8V -5V D M 2/3 CN904 60 P4 J 2/3 1 2 3 4 .2V -19V -20. SD-643HD5 3.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. AMP BLOCK 0V 5V B C J 3/3 -20.2V CONV.2V 5V -20.22 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (2/3) A J 2/3 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) 5V -20.

2V -19V : The power supply is shown with the marked box.2V -20.2V 5V -20. B 9 8 L1 (R) 10 L2 (G) 11 12 L3 (B) C 13 CONV. SD-643HD5 A 5V -20.5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. YOKE D J 1/3 K CN1202 C2 K CN1201 C1 5 6 7 J 2/3 8 61 .

6V 0.9V 12V 22 3.5V 118.4V M 1/3 B 117.4V 12.3V 1.8V 4V 4.2V 12V 22.6V 0V 0.7V 2.4V 18.9V 0.5V C 8.6V 99.4V 7.2V ADX2667 3.8V 72.7V 62 J 3/3 1 2 3 4 .4V 16 D 1.7V 4.6V 12V 0V 0V 10.1V 0V 5V 11.6V 4V 11.2V 0V 5V 4.2V 117. SD-643HD5 3.2V 0.8V CN305 P7 117.1V 3V 16.2V 98.23 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (3/3) A J 1/3 M 1/3 CN304 P6 J 1/3. 2/3 J 2/3 M 2/3 CN905 P5 15 14 118.5V 4.1V 5V 17 19 1.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

4V 13.9V 11.8V 15V HV ADJ 0V 8.6V 7.5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.6V D 18 L3 (B) 5 L2 (G) DEFLECTION YOKE 6 L1 (R) 7 J 1/3 J 3/3 8 63 .1V 12.3V 11.8V 0.3V V1-V3 CRT GND HV DISTRIBUTER C 11.5V 9V 9. HV and DF BLOCK A : The power supply is shown with the marked box.3V 0. FBT ANODE 23 FOCUS HV DISTRIBUTER VR1 FOCUS VR B GND VR602 : X-RAY ADJ 14. SD-643HD5 J 3/3 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) H.1V 20 0.3V 6.9V 0V 10V 11.8V 21 VR1 FOCUS VR 11.5V 0V 0.9V 2.1V 0V 11. DEF.3V 0V 11.

3V 4.9V 4.24 DIGITAL CONV.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.9V 5V 5V 4V 3. ASSY (AWV1892) 5V 0V 0V 4.9V EEPROM B DIGITAL CONVERGENCE PLL C 8 0V 5V 7 D 64 K 1 J 2/3 CN406 2 D1 3 J 2/3 CN405 4 D2 . SD-643HD5 3. ASSY A K DIGITAL CONV.

SD-643HD5 A 1 2 B 3 6ch DAC 4 C 5 6 D : The power supply is shown with the marked box. 5 6 7 K 8 65 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.25 POWER SW and POWER SUPPLY (1/3) ASSYS A M 1/3 POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) STANDBY. SD-643HD5 3. PRIMARY and SECONDARY BLOCK MAIN POWER L POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611) 7 STANDBY STB5V ADJ B 1 2 C 5 4 3 AC IN : CHARGED SECTION D 120V ADJ PRIMARY 66 SECONDARY L M 1/3 1 2 3 4 .

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7

8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

• NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS ONLY.

A

F 8/9 CN3103
V10

A 4/7 CN2602

S7

A 5/7 CN2303
S6

F 9/9 CN1903

V8

B

M 2/3

C

M 3/3

D

J 3/3 J501
D7

J 3/3 CN501

D6

G CN1006
R4

5

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7

M 1/3
8

67

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SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

3.26 POWER SUPPLY ASSY (2/3)
A

F 1/9 CN1402

V6

F 1/9 CN1401

V7

B

J 2/3 CN404

D4

J 3/3 CN502

D5

TRAP BLOCK

M 1/3

8

C

PRE AMP

D

68

M 2/3
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2

3

4

5

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8

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

M 2/3
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887)
AUDIO & EQ BLOCK
IC902
Pin 1 2 3 Voltage (V) 0 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 0 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0.6 0.6 1.5 1.8 8.9 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 0

A
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE

IC901
Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Voltage (V) 0 0.7 16.2 0 0 1.1 16.0 0 0 32.9 16.2 0

M 3/3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

B

HEAT SINK ISOLATION SHEET

POWER AMP

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

PLATE SPRING

C

D

5

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7

M 2/3
8

69

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4

SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5

3.27 POWER SUPPLY ASSY (3/3)
A

M 3/3
M 2/3
POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887)
VM BLOCK

B

M 3/3

G CN1001 R2
C

H I

CN1056 G2 CN1106 B2

D

70

M 3/3
1

2

3

4

H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.2V/div. H: 10µsec/div. CN2601-pin 1 (MHSYNC) V: 1V/div. CN2603-pin 12 (SVSYNC) V: 1V/div. H: 0. (Input : TUNER) 1kHz SIN wave (audio) 100% modulation 10 Foot of R2623 (MCB) V: 0. H: 10µsec/div.2V/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Input : TUNER) Foot of R2622 (MY) V: 0.2V/div. GND GND 71 . GND 4 9 14 19 GND GND GND 5 IC2801-pin 52 (LOUT 1) V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Input : TUNER) 7 Q2505 Emitter (3DY) V: 0. H: 0.5V/div. 17 Foot of R2730 (SCR) V: 0. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.− terminal (YVS) V: 1V/div. H: 2msec/div. (Range : AC Range) 16 Foot of R2731 (SCB) V: 0. (Range : AC Range) 15 Q2705 Emitter (SY) V: 0. (Input : TUNER) 6 Foot of R2357 (YVM) V: 1V/div.2V/div.5msec/div. A SIGNAL ASSY : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) : EIA Color-bar : STANDARD : DC Range (Unless otherwise noted) Input Signal Input Video Signal Picture Quality Range 1 2101-pin 18 (VIDEO OUT) V: 0. (Range : AC Range) C2701. 3 8 13 18 GND GND GND Foot of R2859 (MAIN Y) IC2801-pin 39 (Y OUT) V: 1V/div.2V/div.2V/div.5µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Range : AC Range) GND GND 2 Q2108 Emitter (TV1V) V: 1V/div. H: 20µsec/div. (Range : AC Range) 20 CN2603-pin 4 (MCCY) V: 1V/div.5V/div.SD-533HD5. 12 CN2601-pin 2 (MVSYNC) V: 1V/div. (Input : TUNER) 1kHz 100% modulation Foot of R2511 (3DC) V: 0. H: 2msec/div. H: 10µsec/div. SD-643HD5 WAVEFORMS Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram. (Range : AC Range) GND GND GND 2101-pin 27 (L OUT) V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div. 11 Foot of R2621 (MCR) V: 0. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.5V/div. CN2603-pin 13 (SHSYNC) V: 1V/div.

SD-643HD5 F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY Input Signal (No. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 5µsec/div. 8 Foot of C1931 (DPB) V: 0. 5 Q3114 Emitter (CBTP) V: 0.2V/div.2V/div.4-No. (Range : DC Range) GND 3 Q3110 Emitter (TR_Y) V: 0. H: 5µsec/div. 12 K1903 (BOUT) V: 1V/div. 10 K1901 (ROUT) V: 1V/div.2V/div. (Range : DC Range) GND 72 . 6 Q3109 Emitter (CRTP) V: 0.2V/div. 11 K1902 (GOUT) V: 1V/div. 4 Q3119 Emitter (YTP) V: 0. (Range : DC Range) GND 2 Q3115 Emitter (TB_Y) V: 0. H: 5µsec/div. H: 5µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.SD-533HD5. H: 10µsec/div. 9 Foot of C1932 (DPR) V: 0. H: 10µsec/div. 7 Foot of R1981 (DY) V: 0.2V/div.1-No. H: 5µsec/div.2V/div.3) Input : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) : INPUT 2 (COMPOSITE) Video Signal : EIA Color-bar Picture Quality : STANDARD Range : AC Range SPLIT : ON 1 Q3120 Emitter (TY) V: 0.12) Input : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) Video Signal : EIA Color-bar Picture Quality : STANDARD Range : AC Range (Unless otherwise noted) Input Signal (No. H: 5µsec/div.2V/div. H: 10µsec/div.2V/div.2V/div.

14-No. 14 GND GND GND 15 GND GND 5 IC802-pin 5 (VD OUT) V: 10V/div. 18 CN503-pin 1 (H. CN502-pin 7 (DHBLK) V: 2V/div. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div. GND GND GND GND 3 IC801-pin 6 (V3) V: 1V/div. 8 CN401-pin 1 (RV) V: 5V/div.5V/div. 19 Q508 Emitter V: 20V/div. H: 5µsec/div. H: 5msec/div. DY) V: 20V/div. 11 CN402-pin 3 (GH) V: 5V/div.23) Input : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) Video Signal : EIA Color-bar Picture Quality : STANDARD Display Mode : FULL Input Signal (No. H: 5msec/div.5V/div. 20 Foot of R720 (HVPARA) V: 0. 7 IC805-pin 3 (PIN KEY) V: 0. H: 5msec/div.1-No. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div. H: 5µsec/div. 14 15 CN502-pin 2 (HDRV) V: 2V/div.SD-533HD5. 10 CN402-pin 1 (GV) V: 5V/div. H: 5µsec/div. 17 Q511 Collector V: 200V/div. H: 5msec/div.5V/div. H: 5msec/div. GND GND GND GND 2 IC801-pin 5 (V2) V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div. 12 CN403-pin 1 (BV) V: 5V/div. H: 5msec/div. GND GND GND GND 73 . SD-643HD5 J DEFLECTION ASSY Input Signal (No. GND GND GND GND 4 IC801-pin 7 (V4) V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div. 21 Q701 Emitter (DF) V: 200V/div. 9 CN401-pin 3 (RH) V: 5V/div. H: 5µsec/div.13) Input : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) Video Signal : EIA Color-bar Picture Quality : STANDARD 1 IC801-pin 4 (V1) V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div. 13 CN403-pin 3 (BH) V: 5V/div. 6 IC802-pin 7 (VD IN) V: 0. 16 Q512 Collector V: 10V/div. H: 5µsec/div. H: 5msec/div.

ASSY : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) : EIA Color-bar : STANDARD : FULL Input Signal Input Video Signal Picture Quality Display Mode 22 Q601 Base (HD) V: 2V/div. H: 5msec/div.SD-533HD5. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div. 8 IC1209-pin 7 (H PULSE CANCEL) V: 0. SD-643HD5 K DIGITAL CONV. GND 5 IC1210-pin 7 (GV OUT) V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 5msec/div. CN1202-pin 15 (HV PARA) V: 0. 1 IC1202-pin 7 (RH OUT) V: 1V/div. H: 5µsec/div. GND GND 4 IC1208-pin 7 (RV OUT) V: 1V/div. H: 5µsec/div. GND GND GND Q603 Drain V: 100V/div. 6 IC1211-pin 7 (BV OUT) V: 1V/div.5V/div.5V/div. GND 74 . H: 5msec/div. 23 2 7 GND GND GND 3 IC1207-pin 7 (BH OUT) V: 1V/div. IC1206-pin 7 (GH OUT) V: 1V/div. H: 5msec/div. H: 5msec/div.

7 IC101-pin 5 V: 100V/div. 8 IC902-pin 18 V: 1V/div. H: 0.5msec/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.5V/div. H: 10µsec/div. 6 IC201-pin 6 V: 5V/div.SD-533HD5. H: 10µsec/div. GND GND 3 IC201-pin 1 V: 1V/div. SD-643HD5 M POWER SUPPLY ASSY Input Signal Input Video Signal Picture Quality Display Mode Range : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) : EIA Color-bar : STANDARD : FULL : DC Range (Unless otherwise noted) 1 Q201 Drain V: 100V/div. GND 75 . GND GND 2 Q201 Gate V: 5V/div. 1kHz SIN Wave (Audio) 100% modulation (INPUT : TUNER.5V/div. VOL : MAX) GND GND 4 IC201-pin 2 V: 0. H: 50µsec/div. GND 5 IC201-pin 3 V: 0. H: 10µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div.

9 IC2403 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0.0 − − − 9.9 0.0 4.2 0 0 0 5.2 1.9 0.7 1.0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 0 3.1 2.9 4. SD-643HD5 VOLTAGES Input Signal Input : INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) Video Signal : EIA Color-bar Picture Quality : STANDARD A Pin 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 SIGNAL ASSY 2201 (TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT) Pin 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 Pin AGC TU ADRS SCL SDA NC VCC NC BTL NC IF1 TP BV AUDIO GND AF1 AGC OUT VIDEO OUT NC GND NC NC NC NC NC NC NC Voltage (V) 2.2 4.2 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 3.0 − 30.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pin 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.9 1.1 3.0 1.0 0 to 5 5.7 0.2 3.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.9 0 0 0 4.8 0 3.1 0 to 5 0 to 5 1.0 0 0 1.5 3.0 − − − 9.0 0 0 0 5.8 3.3 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Voltage (V) 5.8 3.8 0 4.0 − 0 2.6 − 2.0 5.4 5.9 4.9 0 0 − 4.9 IC2404 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) 4.06 0 0 Pin 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Voltage (V) 0 0 4.0 − 30.9 Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 − 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 76 .2 1.2 − 0 − − − − − − − 3.9 4.9 IC2703 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 4.06 0.5 1.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.5 0 3.5 3.9 0 0.0 0 to 5 0 5.6 − 2.7 0 2.9 IC2402 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.0 0 4.1 0.7 − 5.SD-533HD5.0 07 to 4.0 0 5.06 0.9 2.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pin 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Voltage (V) 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 4.5 0 4.9 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 Pin 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Voltage (V) 4.6 1.2 IC2503 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage (V) 4.2 3.9 4.9 0 0 0 0 0 1.9 0 5.2 0 0 4.2 0 4.9 4.7 to 4.7 − 0 4.9 4.9 0 4.4 Pin 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Voltage (V) 0 0 3.9 3.2 3.7 0 0 1.07 0.1 4.6 1.9 4.5 0 4.08 0.0 0 IC2401 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 0 4.0 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.9 2.0 − − − 5.1 2101 (TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT) Pin AGC TU ADRS SCL SDA NC V SUPPLY NC BTL NC IF1 TP BV TP GND AFT AGC OUT VIDEO OUT NC GND ST ASP MODE F MONO MUTE R OUT L OUT Voltage (V) IC2302 Pin 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 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 5 5.1 − − − − − 5.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.0 0 5.3 0 0 0 0 3.2 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.5 IC2501 Pin 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 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 1.9 4.7 to 4.0 0 to 5 0 0 0 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.2 3.5 0 8.0 1.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 − − − − − 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.0 − 0 2.5 4.9 0 0 0 4.0 4.

9 1.9 0 1.1 Pin 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Voltage (V) 1.0 3.4 4.2 4.4 3.3 4.0 8.8 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 2.9 0.2 Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.2 0 0 0 8.9 3.1 5Vpp 5Vpp 5Vpp 0 0 4.3 IC3902 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 0 4.0 2.9 IC2804 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 4.3 0 to 3.9Vpp 4.3 4.9 1.4 0.6 5.4 4.0 4.5 2.1 3.1 2.3 4.1 0 3.7 4.9 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY IC1902 Pin 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Voltage (V) 4.3 0 to 3.9 4.3 0 to 3.3 − 0 to 3.8 5.9 0 3.1 5.4 5.6 5.0 3.8 5.1 4.9 4.9 4.9 3.0 0 0 − − 8.9Vpp 4.2 0.4 4.9 4.9 0 4.1 4.9 4.9 3.9 0 0 0 0 0 4.5 2.5 0 4.9 1.3 4.3 0 to 3.9 4.5 0 4.4 3.8 0.8 8.5 0 4.0 0 4.9 0 0 to 5 0 0 0 to 5 4.9 0 4.3 8.9 2.8 0 to 4.3 0.8 4.3 1.9 0 3.1 4.5 2.3 0 to 3.3 4.9 1.3 0 to 3.1 3.6 4.2 0 0 2.8 3.9 IC3903 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) 2.9 4.8 5.4 0 4.3 0 to 3.4 4.3 0 to 3.2 8.4 5.9 1.9 4.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.9 4.3 0 4.4 − 6.2 2.6 5.9 0 0 0 0 4.3 0 to 3.3 − 0 to 3.0 5.1 4.3 0 to 3.2 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 3.3 0 IC3104 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 4.5 4.9Vpp 3.5 F IC3901 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage (V) 0 0 3. SD-643HD5 IC2601 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Voltage (V) 4.1 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 − − 0 to 3.5 4.9Vpp 8.9 0 0 0 4.3 0.4 Pin 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Voltage (V) 3.1 4.9 3.9 4.4 0 4.0 4.2 0.3 to 4.3 0 to 3.3 4.8 2.3 0 to 3.8 3.9 0 0 0 Pin 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Voltage (V) 4.3 2.2 0 to 3.4 3.7 0 3.4Vpp 2.7 0 2.6 4.4 0 4.7 2.2 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.1 2.0 3.8 0 0.1 2.4 IC2802 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 1.4 3.9 0 to 4.7 2.7 4.9 2.8 6.2 5.6 0 5.2 8.9 4.3 4.6 4.5 8.1 0 1.3 0 5.4 2.9 Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Voltage (V) 5.4 4.9 0 to 4.6 8.7 0 0 to 4.4 4.9 IC1401 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.6 5.9 0.9Vpp 6.9 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.9 8.2 4.3 4.4 0 4.9 4.3 4.6 0 to 9 7.5 0 3.6 2.3 3.4 IC2702 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage (V) 2.3 0 to 3.3 1.3 0 to 3.3 2.1 0.0 4.8 0 3.8 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 8 0 0 to 5 8.4 0.9 1.9 0 1.7 5.9Vpp 3.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 0 0 Pin 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 Voltage (V) 1.5 6.4 4.8 8.0 4.9 4.9 4.5 4.8 0 4.SD-533HD5.4 3.9 2.9 1.3 0 to 3.5 4.3 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 3.4 0 0 0 0 5.9 4.3 0 0 Pin 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Voltage (V) 5.7 0.1 8.1 2.9 2.6 5.4Vpp 0 8.4 4.9 4.9 4.1 5.5 IC2801 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 4.9 0 0 0 0 Pin 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 4.9 4.0 4.3 3.8 0 to 5 0 to 5 2.0 4.9 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 77 .9 0.9 0 4.2 0 4.3 1.3 4.9 0 1.5 3.6 2.2 0.6 5.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.9Vpp 0.8 4.9Vpp 3.3 0 to 3.2 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 IC3004 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage (V) 3.3 0 to 3.5 0.3 2.5 0.9Vpp 3.3 4.8 4.4 4.2 2.8 3.4Vpp 2.9 0 4.3 4.9 0 to 5 0 4.9 4.

0 0 to 5 0 to 5 3.9 1.7 3.3 0 to 3.2 0 0 0 0.3 0 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 IC3205 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) 0 4.0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.9 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 3.3 0 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.1 2.3 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.1 0 0 0 0 0 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 3.2 3.3 0 to 3.1 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 3.0 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 0.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 − 0 to 3.9 0 Pin 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.2 0 4.3 Pin 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.3 IC3602 Pin 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 31 32 33 34 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.6 0 1.3 3.6 0 5.0 5.3 0 0 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 3.2 0.1 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0.0 0 5.8 4.5 3.7 0 1.3 IC3601 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.3 3.3 0.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 Pin 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.8 0.3 3.0 0 5.3 IC3201 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Voltage (V) 5.3 0.8 5.3 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.8 0 0 to 3.3 0.2 3.6 5.8 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.7 0.3 0 0 to 3.0 0 to 5 5.3 0.3 0 0 to 3.6 1.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.5 0 0.3 0 to 3.0 5.3 3.3 0 to 3.4 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 − − 0 0 3.3 0.3 0 to 3.8 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.0 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 78 .2 3.3 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 0 5.3 − 0 0 0 3.8 4.3 3.3 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.1 1.3 0 to 3.2 1.0 0 0.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.5 3.5 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.8 3.0 5.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.5 0 0.3 1.6 1.6 3.9 0 to 3.7 0.2 3.6 2.3 4.0 5.3 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.1 4.8 0 1.3 Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Voltage (V) 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 4.2 3.6 2.3 3.3 0 to 3.6 2.3 Pin 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.0 IC3208 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 0 2.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.0 5.3 0 to 3.0 4.3 0 to 3.0 IC3203 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage (V) 3.6 0 0 3.3 0 0 to 3.3 3.3 0 to 3.2 0 to 5 5.1 1.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.4 0 1.3 0 0 3.8 4.4 0 5.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 0 to 3.1 0 2.3 3.3 5.3 5.3 0 to 3.2 3.3 Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.1 1.7 0 1.2 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.0 5.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 3.3 Pin 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 Voltage (V) 3.3 3.3 3.0 1.3 0 to 3.3 3.3 4.0 0 0 1.3 3.3 0 to 3.9 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.0 IC3207 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) 0 5.6 1.8 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.SD-533HD5.9 0 2.2 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 − − 0 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 3.3 0.9 4.7 0 1.0 5.6 1.3 3.1 0 0.3 0 to 3.7 0 3.3 0 to 3.1 2.9 0 0 Pin 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 Voltage (V) 0 4.3 3.3 0 to 3.8 0 1.3 0 to 3.0 0 to 5 Pin 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Voltage (V) 0 5.7 0.1 4.0 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.3 0 2.3 3.3 3.3 0 to 3.1 4.3 3.3 0 to 3.3 0.0 5.3 0 to 3.3 1.3 0 to 3.0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.6 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 3.0 5. SD-643HD5 IC3003 Pin 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 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.9 0 to 5 0 0 0 0 0.3 0 to 3.3 0 0.0 Pin 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 Voltage (V) 2.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.6 0 1.3 0 to 3.2 0 0 0 to 3.2 0.3 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 0 to 3.0 5.2 3.3 0 0 to 3.4 4.3 0 to 3.9 0 0 4.8 0 0.6 0 1.3 0 to 3.3 3.0 0 to 5 5.3 3.6 3.3 0 to 3.0 2.5 − 3.3 0 to 3.9 1.2 3.2 3.7 0 1.3 0 to 3.0 5.5 0 Pin 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Voltage (V) 4.3 0 − 4.3 0 to 3.0 0 4.6 3.3 0 to 3.2 1.3 0 to 3.3 3.7 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.

3 0 to 3.9 0 -1.1 0 0 0 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 2.3 3.2 − 22.2 2.3 0 to 3.0 Pin 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Voltage (V) 4.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 0 Pin 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.9 0 4.9 3.9 4.5 0 0 4.9 -0.2 − 22.3 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 0 0 0 0 3.9 23 24 79 .9 0 to 4.5 3.9 4.6 0 3.9 0 to 4.9 0 0 0 0 4.1 -20.9 4.9 0 0 0 0 Voltage (V) IC801 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 1.0 4.3 -1.2 0 3.9 4.3 0 to 3.9 J IC401 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY IC402 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Voltage (V) 0 0 -19.9 0 to 4.9 4.3 0 to 3.9 0 to 4.3 0 to 3.9 Pin 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Voltage (V) 4.3 0 to 3.9 0.0 − -20.9 4.9 0 to 4.9 0 2.2 22.9 4.9 4.1 Pin 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 4.9 4.9 -5.3 IC3801 Pin 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 Voltage (V) 4.0 -20.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 0 to 3.9 IC1206-IC1208.2 22.9 4.3 0 to 3.0 − − -20.0 0 0 0 4.9 4.5 3.3 0 0 to 3.9 0 0 to 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.2 − − − − -20.9 0 5.3 0 0 to 3.9 IC1209 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Voltage (V) 0 0 0 -5.9 4.9 0 to 4.2 -0.3 0 to 3.3 1.9 0 4.2 1.9 4.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.4 0 0 0 4.3 0 to 3.0 0 0 0 4.3 0 0 to 3.3 Pin 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.3 Pin 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 3.3 0 to 3.9 4.3 0 to 3.9 0 to 4.3 0 to 3.9 4.9 0 4.2 − 0 0 -19.3 0 to 3. SD-643HD5 IC3604 Pin 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 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.9 4.4 2.1 0 -5.3 0 to 3.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.9 4.3 -19.3 0 0 to 3.1 0 IC1202 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Voltage (V) -0.3 3.9 4.0 -0.0 1.9 0 4.9 4.4 2.8 0.9 0 to 4.4 -20.0 2.3 0 to 3.9 0 4.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pin 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Voltage (V) 2.6 0 4.0 4.5 22.3 0 to 3.9 0 to 4.4 4.4 4.3 -1.2 0 to 5 0 3.SD-533HD5.3 3.3 0 to 3.9 0 4.2 − K Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DIGITAL CONV.3 3.0 -5.9 0 2.9 0 0 0 4.9 0.6 0. ASSY IC1205 Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 5 3.8 0 0 4.3 0 to 3.9 4.9 0 to 4.9 0 to 4.3 0 to 3.8 2.3 0 to 3.0 -5.9 3.3 0 to 3.2 0 4.9 0 to 4.7 3.3 0 0 3.0 2.9 4.4 4.9 0 to 4.6 3.4 0.3 0 0 to 3.3 3.3 0 to 3.2 − − − − -20.9 4.3 0 3.2 -0.9 0 to 4. IC1211 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Voltage (V) 0 2.9 0 0 3.9 4.2 -0.3 0 to 3.1 0 -1.0 − − -20.7 IC1204 Voltage (V) IC805 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Voltage (V) -0.3 0 to 3.2 0 0 1.0 2.3 0 to 3.4 2. IC1210.3 0 to 3.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Voltage (V) 0 0 to 4.9 0 0 4.3 − 0 0 0 3.3 0 to 3.3 0 0 to 3.9 0 to 4.9 0 4.1 3.9 4.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 5 4.4 2.9 4.9 4.3 0 to 3.6 0.3 0 0 to 3.5 0 4.3 3.3 3.1 3.9 0 to 4.9 4.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 3.9 3.0 IC802 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Voltage (V) 0 22.0 − -20.9 4.4 4.9 0 to 4.5 -0.9 0 to 4.5 0 4.9 4.5 4.9 4.9 0 to 4.3 0 to 3.9 4.0 0 -0.3 Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Voltage (V) 0 to 3.2 -0.0 0 0.9 0 to 4.

2 0 4.0 0.9 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 59.9 -20.5 11.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.9 0.SD-533HD5.7 (0.1) 0.0 0.9 4.0 3.0 59.9 0 to 5 0 0 0 to 5 0 0 12 4.5 J501 Pin 1 2 3 4 Name GND H GND H V+120V V+120V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 S2 (CN2304) Pin Name STDSW CPURST SBUSY SSDA SSCL VMUTE RST PASS ESCL ESDA SDA1 SCL1 GND DIOR GND AUDIOL GND AMUTE CMUTE DC Voltage (V) 8.9 P6 (CN304) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name GND GND V+15V V-20V V-20V GND C GND C GND C GND C V+21V V+21V V+12V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 3 Pin 1 J2101 Name MODE SELECT GND V+9V P14 (CN306) Pin Name V+230V NC NC GND H HT+ HTV+12V DC Voltage (V) 0 0 9 RF SWITCH Pin 1 2 3 Name MODE SELECT GND V+9V DC Voltage (V) 228 0 0 0 22.9 4.7 0.0 R2 (CN1002) G2 (CN1056) B2 (CN1105) Pin R2-1 R2-2 R2-3 G2-1 G2-2 G2-3 B2-1 B2-2 B2-3 Name R1 GND H R2 G1 GND G2 B1 GND B2 P7 (CN305) Pin 1 2 3 4 Name GND H GND H V+120V V+120V DC Voltage (V) 0 0 118.0 0.5 0.9 4.5 22.0) 0.8 0 0 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 4.9 4.8 4.8) 0.8 R4 (CN1006) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name V+230V NC NC GND H HT+ HTV+12V P3 (CN751) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name R1 GND H R2 G1 GND G2 B1 GND B2 DC Voltage (V) 59.0 (4.6 0 0 0 V2 (CN1403) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name STDSW CPURST SBUSY SSDA SSCL VMUTE RST PASS ESCL ESDA SDA1 SCL1 GND AUDIOR GND AUDIOL GND AMUTE CMUTE S1 (CN2804) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+9V1 GND FR GND FL GND FV GND FC GND FY S2 DC Voltage (V) 8.9 0 P4 (CN904) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name GND NC GND V+5V V+3V V+5VSTB GND CVBLK CVB CVG CVR GND GND CBUSY CRESET CSDA CSCL WP CMUTE D5 (CN502) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name PD HDRV HSIZEADJ VBLK2 GND GND DHBLK GND NC CPURST VSIZEADJ ABL DC Voltage (V) 0 0 to 5 3.1 6.1 N1 (CN1172) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+9V1 GND FR GND FL GND FV GND FC GND FY S2 ( ) : The voltage at Front PCBs removed 80 .0 0.0 0.8 0 4.2 5.3 P5 (CN905) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name PD HDRV HSIZEADJ VBLK2 GND GND DHBLK GND NC CPURST VSIZEADJ ABL Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 D6 (CN501) Name GND GND V+15V V-20V V-20V GND C GND C GND C GND C V+21V V+21V V+12V DC Voltage (V) 0 0 15.8 -20.5 118.3 0 D1 (CN406) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Name WP CBUSY CRESET CSDA CSCL VBLK2 DHBLK GND CVR CVG CVB CVBLK GND HVRST CMUTE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 C2 (CN1202) Pin Name GND GND BV BH GV GH RV RH V+3V GND V+5V GND V-5V GND HVPARA DC Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.1) 0.6 D2 (CN405) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Name GND GND BV BH GV GH RV RH V+3V GND V+5V GND V-5V GND HVPARA Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 D4 (CN404) Name GND NC GND V+5V V+3V V+5VSTB GND CVBLK CVB CVG CVR GND GND CBUSY CRESET CSDA CSCL WP CMUTE DC Voltage (V) 0 0 0 5 3.7 (0.9 0 -5 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 22.0 (3. SD-643HD5 Connectors C1 (CN1201) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Name WP CBUSY CRESET CSDA CSCL VBLK2 DHBLK GND CVR CVG CVB CVBLK GND HVRST CMUTE DC Voltage (V) 4.9 4.9 12 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 3.9 4.5 16.9 4.0 59.0 3.0 59.0 58.0 11.

9 4.9 4.0 5.0 0.5 1.1 3.9 0 11.4 0 to 5 0 to 5 5.7 5.4 0 4.0 (0) 0.9 0 11.8 0 0 8.0 5.9 0 0 4. SD-643HD5 S3 (CN2603) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name GND GND GND MCCY COMPOX2 SCOMPSW MCOMPSW GND SCR SCB SY SVSYNC SHSYNC GND GND GND MCR MCB MY DC Voltage (V) 0 0 0 6.9 2.1 3.3 5.9 4.7 0 1.1 0 0 0 to 5 1.0 5.9 0 to 5 0 0 P9 (CN903) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name SCL1 SDA1 GND SVMY GND ABL GND VSIZEADJ CPURST MODE1 GND DHBLK VDRV GND GND HSIZEADJ HDRV GND GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 V8 (CN1903) Pin Name V+9V2 GND GND V+5V GND GND GND V+3V V+3V V+3V GND V+6V DC Voltage (V) 8.1 V3 (CN3101) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name GND GND GND MCCY COMPOX2 SCOMPSW MCOMPSW GND SCR SCB SY SVSYNC SHSYNC GND GND GND MCR MCB MY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 S4 (CN2806) Pin Name PSW VBLK1 SYNCDET HOSCSW YGSW VS HS VDRV SYNCYG GND V H B G R GND PR PB Y DC Voltage (V) 0 0 to 5 0 0 0.9 5.3 0 11.SD-533HD5.9 4.9 0 11.2 0 R1 (CN1003) G1 (CN1054) B1 (CN1103) Pin B1-1 B1-2 B1-3 B1-4 G1-1 G1-2 G1-3 G1-4 R1-1 R1-2 R1-3 R1-4 Name V+12V GND BOUT GND V+12V GND GOUT GND V+12V GND ROUT GND ( ) : The voltage at Front PCBs removed V6 (CN1402) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name CMUTE WP CSCL CSDA CRESET CBUSY GND GND CVR CVG CVB CVBLK GND GND AMUTE GND AUDIOL GND AUDIOR DC Voltage (V) 0 4.3 4.2 4.5 0 4.0 2.6 0 6.1 3.9 2.9 0 0 0 3.6 V4 (CN1902) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name PSW VBLK1 SYNCDET HOSCSW YGSW VS HS VDRV SYNCYG GND V H B G R GND PR PB Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 S5 (CN2601) Pin Name MHSYNC MVSYNC GND GND GND GND DC Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0.9 0 0 4.9 1.0 0.1 3.5 P8 (CN902) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Name CMUTE WP CSCL CSDA CRESET CBUSY GND GND CVR CVG CVB CVBLK GND GND AMUTE GND AUDIOL GND AUDIOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 V7 (CN1401) Pin Name SCL1 SDA1 GND SVMY GND ABL GND VSIZEADJ CPURST MODE1 GND DHBLK VDRV GND GND HSIZEADJ HDRV GND GND DC Voltage (V) 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 3.0 0.0 L1 (CN1191) F1 (CN1151) Pin F1-1 F1-2 F1-3 F1-4 F1-5 L1-1 L1-2 L1-3 Name V+9V V+5VSTB KEY RLS GND V+5VSTB REM GND V1 (CN1901) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+12V GND BOUT GND V+12V GND GOUT GND V+12V GND ROUT GND DC Voltage (V) 11.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.4 12.9 0 3.8 0 3.3 0 11.0 P11 (CN302) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name ACCLK RELAY DHBLK VBLK2 V+5VSTB GND S7 (CN2602) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+35V V+11V V+6V GND GND V+9V1 GND GND V+5V GND V+3V GND DC Voltage (V) 37.7 P10 (CN303) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+9V2 GND GND V+5V GND GND GND V+3V V+3V V+3V GND V+6V 81 .1 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 0 4.9 0 0 0 2.0 0.2 0 P12 (CN301) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name V+35V V+11V V+6V GND GND V+9V1 GND GND V+5V GND V+3V GND S8 (CN2301) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name V+9V V+5VSTB KEY RLS GND V+5VSTB REM GND DC Voltage (V) 8.1 12 5 0 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 0 3.1 0 5.8 0 4.9 0.1 2.0 V5 (CN3102) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name MHSYNC MVSYNC GND GND GND GND S6 (CN2303) Pin Name ACCLK RELAY DHBLK VBLK2 V+5VSTB GND DC Voltage (V) 1.

be sure to check with the schematic diagram.Board Chip Part SIDE B Resistor array 3-terminal regulator For DEFLECTION SERVICE and POWER SUPPLY ASSYS A-a A-b Guide page A-a A-b Large size SCH diagram Detailed page A-b A-a 82 . For further information for respective destinations. 4. SD-643HD5 4.SD-533HD5. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations.C. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS : 1. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic diagrams is shown below. 2. View point of PCB diagrams. Connector Transistor Capacitor B C E B B C E D D G S G S D G S C E B C E SIDE A Transistor with resistor Field effect transistor P. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic diagrams. Symbol In PCB Diagrams Symbol In Schematic Diagrams B C E B C E Part Name 3.

SHORT and POWER SW ASSYS A A CN2301 S8 (ANP1991-A) B FRONT LED ASSY Q1152 D REMOTE SENSOR ASSY S1 B VR1151 A CN2804 C FRONT INPUT ASSY C (ANP1991-A) Q1171 Q1172 L POWER SW ASSY M CN101 P2 Q1151 (ANP1991-A) (ANP1991-A) E SHORT ASSY (ANP1991-A) : Charged Section D SIDE A 1 2 B C D E L 3 4 83 . FRONT INPUT.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.1 FRONT LED. REMOTE SENSOR. SD-643HD5 4.

SD-643HD5 4.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.2 SIGNAL ASSY A C CN1172 N1 B C M CN301 P12 M CN302 P11 D SIDE A 84 A 1 F CN1902 V4 2 F CN3101 3 V3 4 .

5 6 7 8 A SIGNAL ASSY SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 Q2830 Q2831 A Q2827 Q2832 Q2829 IC2805 Q2306 Q2828 Q2803 Q2802 Q2805 Q2834 Q3910 Q2804 Q3902 IC3901 Q3906 Q3908 Q3905 Q3918 Q3920 Q3919 Q3904 Q3917 Q3916 Q3915 IC2802 Q3901 IC2101 Q3903 Q3907 Q2807 IC2801 Q2833 Q3911 Q3914 Q2835 Q2806 IC2804 Q3904 Q2814 Q3912 Q2811 Q2813 IC3903 Q2812 IC3902 VR3901 Q2703 IC2102 Q2834 Q2508 Q2510 Q2701 IC2701 IC2503 Q2509 Q2511 B RF SWITCH Q2104 Q2503 Q2504 Q2515 IC2702 Q2202 IC2501 IC2703 Q2513 Q2704 Q2706 Q2705 Q2709 Q2708 Q2707 Q2502 Q2512 Q2501 Q2506 Q2702 Q2204 Q2101 Q2107 Q2105 Q2103 Q2110 Q2106 Q2206 Q2109 Q2108 Q2102 Q2507 Q2514 Q2205 Q2505 C Q2304 Q2602 IC2401 Q2607 IC2602 Q2314 Q2313 Q2312 IC2402 Q2311 IC2403 IC2601 IC2404 Q2309 Q2606 Q2310 Q2308 Q2603 Q2601 IC2303 Q2307 Q2301 Q2608 IC2302 Q2303 Q2302 IC2301 D (ANP1993-A) F CN3102 5 V5 6 F CN1403 V2 7 A 8 85 .

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A B C D 86 A 1 2 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A SIGNAL ASSY A B C D SIDE B (ANP1993-A) 5 6 7 A 8 87 .

SD-643HD5 4.3 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY A CN2806 A S4 A CN2603 S3 B C D M CN902 P8 M CN903 P9 M J301 M CN303 P10 88 F 1 SIDE A 2 I CN1103 B1 3 H CN1054 G1 4 G CN1003 R .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 A CN2601 S5 A CN2304 S2 F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY A Q3020 Q3019 Q3011 Q3110 IC3104 Q3213 Q3018 Q3121 Q3216 IC3001 IC3206 Q3116 IC3201 Q3115 IC3203 Q3001 Q3012 Q3106 Q3111 Q3108 Q3113 Q3120 Q3117 IC3205 IC3004 IC3208 IC3003 IC3207 Q3119 Q3109 Q3114 Q3105 Q3204 Q3206 Q3210 Q3211 B Q3207 Q3201 IC3501 IC3602 IC3002 Q3209 IC3209 Q3601 IC3202 IC3102 Q3203 Q3606 IC3101 Q1939 Q3104 Q3101 Q3102 Q3202 Q1909 Q1292 Q1906 Q1921 Q1923 Q1403 Q1917 Q1903 Q1902 IC1901 Q1916 Q1901 IC1402 Q1408 Q1915 Q1910 Q1941 Q1401 Q1907 Q1912 Q1404 Q1405 IC1902 IC3801 Q1406 IC3401 Q1409 C Q1407 Q1927 Q1929 Q1938 Q1934 Q1935 Q1936 Q1402 IC1401 Q1914 Q1922 Q1918 Q1926 Q1924 Q1904 Q1933 Q1923 IC3604 IC3601 Q1908 Q1931 Q1913 IC3802 Q1925 Q1920 Q1905 Q1932 Q1937 Q1930 Q1919 Q1911 D IC1403 (ANP1992-B) G CN1003 R1 5 6 To AUTO CONVER 7 F 8 89 .

SD-643HD5 F A VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY B C D 90 F 1 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.

SD-643HD5 A Q3103 Q3021 B Q3205 Q3607 Q1940 C D SIDE B (ANP1992-B) 5 6 7 F 8 91 .5 6 7 8 SD-533HD5.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 4. SIDE A 92 G 1 2 3 4 .4 R CRT DRIVE ASSY A G R CRT DRIVE ASSY Q1001 F CN1901 V1 Q1002 B SCREEN Q1003 VR1 FOCUS VR FOCUS HV DISTRIBUTER C V1 R CRT ANODE GND M CN306 P14 J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (ANP1991-A) H J1052 M CN751 P3 L4 (R) R VM COIL D mark shows a high voltage generation point.

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 4. D SIDE A 1 2 3 H 4 93 .5 G CRT DRIVE ASSY H G CRT DRIVE ASSY A Q1051 F CN1901 V1 Q1052 B SCREEN Q1053 VR1 FOCUS VR FOCUS HV DISTRIBUTER C V2 G CRT ANODE GND J G J1052 (ANP1991-A) DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY I J1102 M CN751 P3 L5 (G) G VM COIL mark shows a high voltage generation point.

6 B CRT DRIVE ASSY A I B CRT DRIVE ASSY Q1101 F CN1901 V1 Q1102 B SCREEN Q1103 VR1 FOCUS VR FOCUS HV DISTRIBUTER C V3 B CRT ANODE GND J H J1102 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (ANP1991-A) M CN751 P3 D L6 (B) B VM COIL mark shows a high voltage generation point.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SIDE A 94 I 1 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 4.

SD-643HD5 4.7 DIGITAL CONV. ASSY K DIGITAL CONV. ASSY C Q1201 D SIDE B (ANP1994-A) 1 2 3 K 4 95 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. ASSY A IC1206 IC1208 IC1203 IC1204 IC1205 IC1201 IC1207 IC1211 Q1204 Q1205 IC1202 IC1210 Q1203 Q1206 IC1209 Q1202 B SIDE A (ANP1994-A) J CN406 D1 J CN405 D2 K DIGITAL CONV.

8 DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY K CN1202 A C2 J-a K CN1201 C1 HV DISTRIBUTER B C D L3 (B) CONVER YOKE L2 (G) L1 (R) M CN904 P4 M CN905 Q403 Q402 Q405 Q404 IC401 IC402 P5 M CN304 P6 M IC8 IC801 Q504 Q Q401 Q601 Q602 IC403 Q513 Q514 IC501 96 J 1 SIDE A 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 4.

IC802 Q511 Q512 Q501 Q502 Q701 Q704 Q703 Q702 Q609 Q610 Q801 SIDE A 5 6 7 8 J 97 .5 6 7 8 J-b SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY A L3 (B) L2 (G) DEFLECTION YOKE B L1 (R) C (ANP1990-B) D M CN305 IC805 IC801 Q504 Q503 P7 VR1 FOCUS VR VR602 IC803 VR601 Q608 Q607 Q509 Q604 Q506 Q503 Q616 Q614 Q507 IC502 Q613 Q615 Q510 mark shows a high voltage generation point.

B A D C 98 J-a J-b C2 C1 HV DISTRIBUTER SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 L1 (R) NVER YOKE L2 (G) J-a K CN1201 1 1 K CN1202 2 2 3 3 4 4 .

CONVER YOKE L2 (G) 5 L3 (B) 5 6 6 7 7 M CN904 P4 Q401 Q403 Q402 Q405 Q404 IC401 IC402 M CN905 P5 M CN304 P6 M Q601 Q602 IC403 Q513 Q514 IC501 I IC8 Q504 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 J-a C 8 J-a J-b SIDE A 99 B A D .

1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 L1 (R) 4 A B C D 100 J-a J-b J-b 1 J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY 2 DEFLECTION YOKE L2 (G) 3 L3 (B) .

VR601 Q512 Q604 Q509 Q506 Q503 Q608 Q607 Q616 Q614 Q507 IC502 Q613 Q615 Q510 IC802 Q511 IC805 IC801 Q501 Q504 Q503 Q502 8 SD-533HD5.5 5 (ANP1990-B) 6 6 7 7 M CN305 VR1 FOCUS VR VR602 IC803 Q701 Q704 Q703 Q702 Q609 Q610 Q801 P7 mark shows a high voltage generation point. SD-643HD5 J-b 8 J-a J-b C SIDE A 101 D B A .

IC302 IC304 102 M 1 SIDE A 2 3 4 . SD-643HD5 4.1 2 3 4 SD-533HD5.9 POWER SUPPLY ASSY L CN1196 A W1 M-a A CN2602 S7 M POWER SUPPLY ASSY A CN2303 S6 B C D : Charged Section VR101 Q101 Q103-Q109 IC103 Q303 Q302 Q301 Q102 IC101 IC102 Q201 IC201 IC301 IC202 Q306 AC IN VR301 J J501 D7 IC305 Q307 J mark shows a high voltage generation point (excepting the charged section).

SD-643HD5 F CN1903 V8 F CN1401 V7 SPEAKER F CN1402 V6 A B C I CN1106 B2 H CN1056 G2 G CN1001 R2 (ANP1989-C) J CN501 D6 IC305 Q307 Q304 Q308 Q305 G CN1006 R4 J CN502 D5 Q904 Q751 Q762 Q757 Q755 Q905 Q756 Q754 Q752 Q763 J CN404 D4 D Q760 Q901-Q903 Q758 Q761 Q1601-Q1605 Q759 IC1602 IC902 Q1608 IC1601 SIDE A 5 6 7 M 8 103 .5 6 7 8 M-b F CN3103 V10 SD-533HD5.

SD-643HD5 M-a M POWER SUPPLY ASSY 1 1 L CN1196 W1 2 2 3 3 4 4 .B A D C 104 M-a M-b A CN2602 A CN2303 S6 S7 SD-533HD5.

5 5 6 6 7 7 : Charged Section AC IN VR101 Q303 Q302 Q301 Q102 IC101 IC102 Q201 IC201 J J501 D7 VR301 IC301 IC202 Q306 IC302 IC304 IC305 Q307 mark shows a high voltage generation point (excepting the charged section). SD-643HD5 M-a 8 SIDE A 105 C M-a M-b B A D . Q101 Q103-Q109 IC103 8 SD-533HD5.

B A D C 106 M-a M-b F CN1903 F CN1401 SPEAKER V6 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 M-b F CN1402 V8 V7 1 1 F CN3103 V10 2 2 3 3 4 4 .

5 5 6 6 I CN1106 B2 H CN1056 G2 G CN1001 R2 7 (ANP1989-C) 7 J CN501 G CN1006 R4 J CN502 D5 J CN404 D4 D6 IC305 Q307 Q304 Q308 Q305 Q904 Q751 Q762 Q757 Q755 Q905 Q756 Q754 Q752 Q763 Q760 Q901-Q903 Q758 Q761 Q1601-Q1605 Q759 IC1602 IC902 IC1601 Q1608 8 SD-533HD5. SD-643HD5 M-b 8 SIDE A 107 C M-a M-b B A D .

. • If any of these parts need to be replaced...Q3918 Q2102..Q2205 Q2303......D2306 COILS L2101..Q2701 A SIGNAL ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS IC2102 IC2101 IC2301 IC2302 IC2303 IC2503 IC2501 IC2602 IC2601 IC2702 IC2701 IC2703..........Q2506...D2808-D2836 D3901.... ASSY AWV1889 AWZ6605 AWZ6606 AWZ6607 AWZ6608 AWZ6609 AWZ6610 AWZ6611 AWZ6612 AWV1891 AWV1910 AWV1887 AWV1909 AWV1892 IC3902 Q2101......Q2606.....L2102 L2201.Q2814 Q3914....... Mark No.. when replacing........ and K=10%).Q2811-Q2813 Q2827-Q2835 Q3902-Q3908........IC2804 IC2801 IC2802 IC2401 IC2402 IC2403 IC2404 IC3901 IC3903 PQ05DZ51 PQ09DZ11 24LC32A(I)P PD5688A9 PST9246N IS41C16256-35K UPD64082GF-3BA NJM2233BM TA1270BF CXA2019AQ NJM2233BM NJM2283M CXA2079Q M52065FP HG62G010R29FB TC74HC14AF TC74HC4040AF TLC2932IPW M52347FP-TFB TC74HC4066AF Q3901............. RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J 47k Ω → 47 × 103 → 0... Mark No...Q2704-Q2706 Q2804-Q2807.Q2108. RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J 560 Ω → 56 × 101 → 473 .2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors)...........Q2514 Q2515.D3906 D2305......Q2107.......8B LIST OF ASSEMBLIES NSP CRT DRIVE ASSY R CRT DRIVE ASSY G CRT DRIVE ASSY B CRT DRIVE ASSY FRONT LED ASSY FRONT INPUT ASSY REMOTE SENSOR ASSY POWER SW ASSY SHORT ASSY SIGNAL ASSY VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY POWER SUPPLY ASSY DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY DIGITAL CONV... • The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. TC74HC4538AF 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SJ461 HN1B04FU HN1B04FU HN1B04FU HN1C01FU HN1C01FU 2SC4213 HN1A01FU 1SS352 1SS352 1SS352 UDZ30B 1SS226 1SS226 1SS226 UDZS6... Therefore.Q2512. 561 ... Description Part No..Q2703 Q2802. there is danger of being exposed to X-rays........ be sure to use parts of identical designation...........D2313-D2320 D2837-D2840...... Description Part No...Q2603...Q2501.... always replace with specified parts..L2202 F2502..1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0)..... If any part marked by × is replaced..Q2309-Q2311 Q2313.......... such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%.. SD-643HD5 Mark No......Q3909........D3902...Q2204 Q2304......Q2104.... RS1P 1 R 0 K Ex.Q2505 Q2707-Q2709 Q2801 D2101 D2307-D2309.......... Description Part No.Q2507...D3905......Q2308..D2311.......Q2607.. • When ordering resistors.......... • Parts marked by × are important parts which relate in X-rays radiation.Q2503 Q2602..........Q2306...... 5...5 Ω → R50 ....SD-533HD5.......62k Ω → 562 × 101 → Parts marked by are important parts which relate in X-rays radiation...D2312 D2801-D2805... first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples...... RN2H R 5 0 K 1Ω → 1R0 ..........Q3919 Q3920 Q2305.......Q2110.. RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F 5.....Q2803.........Q2307........Q2312 Q2502... Ex.....D3904 D2102 D2301-D2304... replace the printed circuit board assembly where the relevant part has already been adjusted as a working component....Q3910-Q3912 Q3915-Q3917 Q2301 Q2302..... Do not replace the actual part itself.D3903..........Q2511 Q2513..Q2314 Q2504..... 5621 ... If a failure occurs in any of these parts........... Description Part No.....F2503 L2510.L2511 L2509 ATX1008 ATX1008 ATF1194 ATH1108 LFEA4R7J 108 .......... Mark No..... PCB PARTS LIST NOTES: • Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List...Q2509....Q2608 Q2702.

C2869.C2624 C2604.C2633 C2608 C2605.C2507.C2509-C2511 C2515.C2607.C2863 C2881 C2836 C2860.C2548.C2543 C2521 C2536.C3903 C3911.C2809.C2311.C2544.C2111.C2708 C2727-C2729 C2711.C2718 C2704 C2707 C2703.C2416 C2401-C2404.C2546 C2549.C3908.C3922 C3901.C2316 C2319-C2321.C2876 C2882 C2820.C2877 C2801 C2803-C2805.C2529-C2533 C2537.C2871.C2834.C3912 C3909 CAPACITORS C2126.C2406 C2408-C2411.C2105.C2106.C2854-C2857. QTL1013 QTL1013 LFEA220J LFEA220J Mark No.L2404 C2629 C2609.C2313.C2843.C3923 CKSRYF104Z16 C3916 CQHA222G50 C3920 CQHA223G50 RESISTORS VR3901 (4.C2867 C2872.C2611 C2630.C2875 C2880 C2413 C2407 C2405 C2412.C2622.7kΩ) ACP1091 109 .C2810.C2312.C2614-C2618.C2819 C2823.C2112 C2116.C2127 C2117 C2102.C3917.C2829-C2831.L2601.C2552.C2551 C2505.C2610.C2825.C2550.C2104.C2858.C2879 C2826.C2212. Description Part No.L2513 L2504.C2612.C2713.C2862.C2110 C2113 C2109 C2118.C2828 C2844.C2108.C2542 C2514 C2535.C2554 C2626 C2619 C2623.C2525 C2517 C2545 C2506 C2508.C3913-C3915 C3918 C3902.C2723 C2726 C2712 C2706.C2631 C2627 C2606.C2714-C2716 C2719.C2512.C2125 C2216 C2206.C2865 C2802.C2119 C2101.C2721. CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CQMA223J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH471J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M16 CEAT4R7M50 CEATR47M50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M16 CEAT4R7M50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CCSRCH221J50 CEAT101M16 CEAT471M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH820J50 CEANP2R2M50 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT4R7M50 CKSRYB561K50 CKSRYB683K16 L2401.C2870.C2527. C2327 C2522 C2513 C2557 C2541 C2556 C2534.L2402 L2506.C2634 C2632 C2732 C2725 C2717 C2701.C2218 C2209.C2859.C2302.C2873.C2811-C2814. SD-643HD5 Mark No.C2314 C2303.C2524 C2526.L2801.C2540.C2710.C3919.L2507.L2505.C2724 C2850-C2852.C2324.C2123.C2845 C2808.C2702.C2122.C2722 C2705.C2853 C2864.C2211 C2214 C2210 C2217. Description Part No.C2215 C2306 C2317 C2318 C2325 C2323.C2837.C2866.C2518-C2520.C2846.SD-533HD5.C2720.C2709.C2824.C2326 C2307.C2635 C2628 C2613 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH470J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT471M10 CEAT471M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CCSRCH470J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT471M10 CEAT471M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CCSRCH221J50 CEAT101M16 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT470M16 CEAT4R7M50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYB561K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH391J50 CCSRCH470J50 CCSRCH680J50 CCSRCH820J50 CEAT101M16 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH220J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT471M10 CEAT471M16 CEATR22M50 CKSQYB474K16 C3906.C2815.C2322 C2305 C2315 C2310 C2301.C2832.C2818.C2414 C3905 C3921 C3924 C3904 C3910.C2213.C2516.C2816 C2822.C2827.C2621 C2625.C2309.L2602 L2701.C2555 C2502.C2833 C2838-C2841.C2308.C2538.C2817.C2620.C2835 C2842.C2120.

R2334 (100Ω) R2303.R2318.R3061.25FJN KM250MA12B KM250MA8 RESISTORS All Resistors RD1/4PU J OTHERS CN1171 PIN JACK(3P) CN1172 PLUG 12P AKB1254 KM250MA12L D REMOTE SENSOR ASSY CAPACITORS C1192 C1191 CCCSL121J50 CEAT221M6R3 RESISTORS All Resistors RD1/4PU J CN2601 FJ CONNECTOR 6P CN2602 FJ CONNECTOR 12P CN2304.C1174 CEJA1R0M50 CEJA470M16 CKCYF103Z50 OTHERS TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT(SUB) TV FRONT-END SYSTEM UNIT(MAIN) J2101 3P HOUSING WIRE CN2305 52P IC SOCKET SHIELD PLATE X2301 CERALOCK JA2301 JACK/12V X2501 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR X2602.R3073 Other Resistors OTHERS DPO HOLDER CN1151 PLUG 5-P C FRONT INPUT ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS Q1171.R3026.R3008.R3056.CN2806 SOCKET19-P CN2804 PLUG 12-P CN2301 PLUG 8-P OTHERS CN1191 PLUG 3-P KM250MA3 X1191 REMOTE SENSOR UNIT GP1U28X E B FRONT LED ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS Q1151 Q1152 D1151.X2702 CERAMIC RESONATOR (3.CN2603.R3041 R2726. RD1/2MMF271J RD1/4MUF332J RS2MMF2R7J DCN1092 DCN1092 RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1002F RS1/10S151J RS1/10S361J RS1/16S1201F RS1/16S3002F RS1/16S3900F RS1/16S4700F RS1/16S J Mark No.R3040 R3052.R3933 R3934 R3020.C1173 C1175 C1171. AMR2294 KM250MA5L R2124 R2127 R2159 R2311. Description Part No.R2328 (100Ω) R2333.58MHz) CN2805 CN2801 CN2802 CN2803 CN2303 PIN JACK (9P) PIN JACK (9P) 5P D-SUB SOCKET 4P MINI DIN SOCKET FJ CONNECTOR 6P AXF1103 AXF1108 ADX2669 AKH1023 ANK1500 ASS1156 PKN1004 ASS1140 ASS1019 ASS1138 AKB1288 AKB1289 AKP1195 AKP7010 06PL-FJ 06R-FJ 12PL-FJ 19RK-1. Description Part No.IC3604 IC3401 IC3501 IC3206 IC3602 IC3205 IC3202 IC3208 24LC08B(I)P PD5689A9 PST9246N CXA3106Q CXD2303AQ HD64F3067RF20 LT1399CS MS82V16520-8GA PE5066A PE5067A PQ05DZ51 SDA9280 TC74HC126AF TC74HC4053AF TC74HC4538AF SEMICONDUCTORS SWITCHES S1151-S1159 ASG7013 CAPACITORS C1151.R2319.R3908 R2804.R3031.D1152 D1154 D1153 PC1151 CDS 2SA933S 2SC1740S 1SS133 SLR-56MG(LMNP) SLR-56VR(KLMN) P1241-09 SHORT ASSY CN1197 PLUG 2-P AKM1127 OTHERS F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY IC1402 IC1401 IC1403 IC3201 IC3203 IC3801 IC3209 IC3601.Q1172 2SC1740S CAPACITORS C1172.C1153 C1152 CEAT101M16 CKCYF103Z50 RESISTORS VR1151 (47kΩ) Other Resistors VCP1160 RD1/4PU J 110 .R3074.X2701 CERAMIC RESONATOR X2601.SD-533HD5.R2812 R2814-R2816.R2820 R3047. SD-643HD5 Mark No.

C3520 C3817 C3648.C3010 C3012-C3014.C3058.C3272.Q1404 2SC2712 Q3201-Q3204.C3130 C3105 C3016.Q3213 2SC2712 Q3001-Q3018.D1905.Q1935 2SC2712 Q1939.D1906.Q1919.F3203. IC3207 IC3204 IC3802 IC3003 IC3002 IC3004 IC3104 IC3001 IC1902 IC1901 Q1408 Q1402. TC74HCT04AF TC74LCX541FT TC7SET08FU CM0010AF KIA431F LC32V4265JL-25S MC14053BF PQ3DZ13 TA1316AN TC74HC4053AF 2SJ461 HN1B04FU 2SA1162 2SA1162 2SA1162 Mark No.C1415 C1412 C1402.Q3117.D1919 D1924-D1926 D1402.C3045 C3052.C3042.D1911.C3125.C3649.Q1406 Q3205.C3221-C3223 C3225-C3232.C3247.C3249-C3251.Q1941 Q1901-Q1903. CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH5R0C50 CEAT102M6R3 CFTLA105J50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB561K50 CKSRYF104Z16 ACE1130 ACE1158 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH151J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH220J50 CCSRCH220J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH7R0D50 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT222M6R3 CEAT470M16 CEV470M10 CKSRYB152K50 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF223Z50 CKSRYF473Z50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH470J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M16 CEAT221M10 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M16 CKSQYF105Z16 CKSQYF105Z16 CKSQYF105Z16 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CAPACITORS C1401.Q1933 D1401.L3006 L1906 QTL1013 ATF1194 ATH1107 ATH1108 LCTA100J2520 LCTA120J2520 LCTA1R5J2520 QTL1013 QTL1013 ATF1194 LCTA120J2520 LCTA220J2520 LCTA4R7J2520 LCTA5R6J2520 QTL1013 LFEA470J 111 .Q1913.Q3110.C3238.Q1937 2SA1162 Q1403.C3233.C3818 C3206.D1915 D1923 D1916 2SC2712 2SC3598 HN1B04FU HN1A01FU HN1B04FU HN1C01FU 1SS226 1SS226 1SS226 1SS352 1SS352 1SS352 1SS352 UDZS6.C3237.C3055.D1914.C3603-C3614.Q1931.C3129.C1413.C3078.Q1912.C3625-C3636 C3638-C3641.Q1930.C3060 C3079 C3065 C3032.C3049.C3601.F3401.Q3116 2SC2712 Q3119.C3616 C3618-C3622.Q1929.Q3206.D1907.C3026.C3033.C3816.C3801 C3267 C3220 C3273.Q3021 2SC2712 Q3106-Q3109.C3651 C3624.SD-533HD5.C3257.C3064 C3002.L3604-L3606 L3801-L3804 F3001-F3004 L3109 L3003.L3105.C3036.C3071.C1417 C1416 C1404 C1411 C1408-C1410.C3057.8B 1SS184 1SS184 HZU3CLL COILS AND FILTERS L1403.C3253.D3810 D1904.C3258 C3252 C3647.C3815 C3518 C3224.C3416.D1405 D1902.C3240 C3243.C3261 C3268.C3128.D1913.C3053.C3027.C3653-C3655 C3241.F3801 L3401 L3204 L3601-L3603 L3609-L3613 L3607.C3030 C3035.D1406 D1908.C3007.C3018.Q1405.Q1926 Q1906.C3133 C3120.C3126.C3063.Q1925 Q3118 Q1907.Q1921 2SC2712 Q1927.C3277-C3279 C3656 C3236.D1929 D1404.D1912.C3650.Q1915-Q1918 2SA1162 Q1924.C3021.Q1908.C3127.C3118 C3124.C1418-C1420 C3205.Q1407 Q1401.C3025 Q3105.Q1934.Q1920.Q3120 2SA1162 Q1904.Q1932.C3502-C3505 C3507-C3517.C3134 C3015.C3276 C3403-C3415.D1403 D3201.C3234.C3262.Q3111-Q3114.Q1940 Q1905.C3244.D1909.L3104.C3061 C3072 C3108.C3246.C3122.C3022.C3617.Q3208.Q1911.C3245. SD-643HD5 Mark No.Q3121 2SC2712 Q1909.C1403 C1407.L3005 L3103.C3207 (47µ/16V) C3260 (330p/50V) C3204.C3041.C3255 C3259.Q3020.C3643-C3645 C3803-C3805.D1921 D1928.C3029.C3269-C3271 C3402. Description Part No.C3136 C3003.C3817.C1405 C1414.C3216-C3218.C3070 C3111.Q3207.Q1936.C3652 C3814.L3608.L3614 L3201-L3203.C3037.Q1910.C3274 C3646 C3202 C3210-C3215 C3201.L3107 L3102.C3038.C3132 C3119.L1404 F3202.C3020.L3106 L3004.Q3209 Q3601-Q3607 Description Part No.D3809.C3254.Q3115.C3004.C3401 C3006.C3009.C3039 C3050.

R3286 R3659 R3638 R3644 R3012-R3015 (22kΩ) R3024.C3051.C3066 C3068.C3040 C3043.C1976.R3313 R3207.C1958 C1937.R2027 R1947 R2030 R1939 R2025.R3808 R3821. Description Part No.C1929.R3305-R3310 R3206.C1962 C1904.C3116 C3017.R1462.C3046.25FJNA PLUG 19-P CN1404 PLUG 11-P KM250MA11 CN1901 PLUG 12-P KM250MA12 G R CRT DRIVE ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS Q1002 Q1001 Q1003 D1004 D1006 D1002.C1957 C1959-C1961.C3047 C3080.R3826.R2087 R2046 R1928.C3024.C1968 C1974.C3123.C3054 C3056.C1902.R3290 R3281.R3165 DCN1092 DCN1092 DCN1090 DCN1090 DCN1100 RN1/16SE3902D RS1/16S1000F RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1301F RS1/16S1302F RS1/16S1500F RS1/16S1501F RS1/16S1601F RS1/16S2201F RS1/16S3301F RS1/16S47R0F RS1/16S56R0F RS1/16S6801F ACN7073 RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1502F RS1/16S2002F RS1/16S2200F RS1/16S2200F OTHERS SHIELD PLATE X1401 CERALOCK X1402 CERAMIC RESONATOR (26MHz) X3801 CERAMIC RESONATOR (20MHz) CN3802 CN3103 X1901 CN3102 CN1903 PLUG 7-P PLUG 4-P CERAMIC RESONATOR FJ CONNECTOR 6P FJ CONNECTOR 12P ANK1500 ASS1156 ASS1157 ASS1147 KM250MA7 KM250MA4 ASS1019 06PL-FJ 12PL-FJ CN1401-CN1403.R2053 R2023 R2021 R1936.R2003. CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB152K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF473Z50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH391J50 CCSRCH561J50 CCSRCH7R0D50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M16 CEAT102M10 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M10 CEAT222M10 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT471M16 CEAT4R7M50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF473Z50 Mark No.R3637 R3291 R3607 R3311 R3633 R3606 R3312.C1964.C1963.C3031.C3034.1B S5688G ERB06-15 112 .R3156 R3164. RS1/16S2202F RS1/16S3900F RS1/16S4700F RS1/16S5600F RS1/16S9100F RD1/2MMF221J RD1/4MUF121J RD1/4MUF680J RD1/4MUF820J RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1200F RS1/16S1300F RS1/16S1502F RS1/16S1801F RS1/16S1802F RS1/16S2002F RS1/16S2200F RS1/16S2201F RS1/16S2202F RS1/16S2400F RS1/16S2700F RS1/16S2701F RS1/16S3300F RS1/16S39R0F RS1/16S4301F RS1/16S4701F RS1/16S5101F RS1/16S56R0F RS1/16S6800F RS1/16S6801F RS1/16S7500F RS1/16S7501F RS1/16S8201F RS1/16S J C3028.C1948 C1913-C1915.R3070 (100Ω) R3521.C3044.C3069.R3148.C1977.C3087 C3121.C3023.C1926.C3082 C3084.C3062.C1910 C1924 C1981 C1980 C1928.R3145 R3170 R3167 R3125. Description Part No.R3136.D1005 D1001 2SA1480YA 2SC3790 2SC3942RL 1SS133 MTZJ5.R1417.R3152 R3010 R3122 R3135.C1982 R3127 R3131.C1938 C1942 C1954.R3146 R1946 R1959 R2061 R2059 R2033 R2034 R1921 R1976.C1955.SD-533HD5.C1925.C1956.R3810 R3289 R3635.C3110.C1978.R3522.R1424 (100Ω) R1437.C1950.R2088 R2007 R1975 R2018 R2026 R1913 R1948 R2020 R1911 R2041 R1924.D1003.CN1902.C3137 C3086 C1905 C1903 C1947 C1940 C1953.C1946 C1966 C1917-C1922.CN3101 19P-250K-1.C1941 C1949.C3059.R2054 R2052 R2032.R3831 R3809.C1930-C1932 C1934-C1936 C1901.C1979 C1939.C1945.C1906-C1908.C1933.R3801. SD-643HD5 Mark No.C3073-C3077 C3109.R3147.R2051 Other Resistors RESISTORS R1415.C1911 C1923.C1969 C1975.C3048.R1453.

1B S5688G ERB06-15 SEMICONDUCTORS COILS L1104 L1102 L1101 L1103 LAU100J LAU220J LAU470J LAU6R8J H G CRT DRIVE ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS Q1052 Q1051 Q1053 D1054 D1056 D1052.D1103. Description Part No.R1004 Other Resistors ACN1129 ACN1155 RD1/2PM102J RD1/2PM273J RD1/2LMF101J RS1MMF221J RS3LMF392J RS3LMF472J RD1/4PU J OTHERS SG1001.C1003 C1007.C1102 C1105.SD-533HD5.1B S5688G ERB06-15 CAPACITORS C1108 (1000p/2kV) C1103 (22µ/250V) C1104 C1112 C1101. Description Part No.D1053.C1063 ACG1001 ACH1318 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT470M16 CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 113 . 1/2W) R1108 (1kΩ.SG1052 SPARK GAP J1052 5P HOUSING WIRE CN1051 CRT SOCKET SCREW CN1055 PLUG 3-P CN1056 PLUG 3-P CN1054 PLUG 4-P SCREW CN1053 1P TERMINAL J1051 CRT GND WIRE CRT HOLDER AEX1024 ADX2668 AKG1006 BPZ30P100FZK KM250MA3 KM250MA3B KM250MA4 PMZ30P100FZK AKF1029 ADX2190 AMR3241 RESISTORS R1015 (47Ω. LAU100J LAU3R9J LAU470J LAU6R8J Mark No. 1/2W) R1058 (2.C1113 ACG1001 ACH1318 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT470M16 CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 COILS L1054 L1051 L1052 L1053 LAU100J LAU470J LAU4R7J LAU6R8J RESISTORS R1114 (47Ω.2kΩ) R1011 R1005 R1013 R1007 R1001. 1/2W) R1009 (2.R1003 R1002.D1105 D1101 2SA1480YA 2SC3790 2SC3942RL 1SS133 MTZJ5. 1/2W) R1110 R1106 R1113 R1105 R1101.C1012 ACG1001 ACH1318 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT470M16 CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 OTHERS SG1051.2kΩ) R1060 R1056 R1063 R1055 R1051. ACN1129 ACN1155 RD1/2PM102J RD1/2PM273J RD1/2LMF101J RS1MMF221J RS3LMF392J RS3LMF472J RD1/4PU J COILS L1004 L1002 L1001 L1003 RESISTORS R1064 (47Ω.SG1002 SPARK GAP CN1005 CRT SOCKET CN1002 PLUG 3-P CN1001 PLUG 3-P CN1003 PLUG 4-P CN1006 PLUG 7-P SCREW SCREW CN1004 1P TERMINAL J1001 CRT GND WIRE CRT HOLDER AEX1024 AKG1006 KM250MA3 KM250MA3R KM250MA4R KM250MA7 BPZ30P100FZK PMZ30P100FZK AKF1029 ADX2190 AMR2190 I B CRT DRIVE ASSY Q1102 Q1101 Q1103 D1104 D1106 D1102.D1055 D1051 2SA1480YA 2SC3790 2SC3942RL 1SS133 MTZJ5.R1104 Other Resistors ACN1129 ACN1130 RD1/2PM102J RD1/2PM273J RD1/2LMF101J RS1MMF221J RS3LMF392J RS3LMF472J RD1/4PU J CAPACITORS C1058 (1000p/2kV) C1053 (22µ/250V) C1054 C1062 C1051.R1052 R1053.C1052 C1055-C1057. SD-643HD5 Mark No.R1054 Other Resistors CAPACITORS C1008 (1000p/2kV) C1002 (22µ/250V) C1006 C1011 C1001.R1102 R1103.

L402.Q608 Q405.C622 C612 C616 C624 C623 C602 C606 C603 C605.C613.C422 C429.Q403.L502.D514 D401.Q506.C621 C625.C420.SD-533HD5.D806.C505.D611.D504 D802-D804.Q604 Q401.C515.Q513 Q602.C430 C415.D505-D508.D402.C426 C428 C433 C431 C403.1A S5688G S5688G 10DF2 2NU41 DD52RC ERA22-02 MA723 MTZJ12 ERD07-15 SEMICONDUCTORS × 114 .L501.C409 C413.C525 C527.L603 L805.Q404 D509.C528 C601 C610 C604 C607.D809 D601.C424.D808 D510 D515 D403-D414.Q613-Q616 Q704.Q702 Q402.C533 C516 C510 C523 C524 C531 C521 C519 C512 C501.Q502 Q503.Q514 Q601. Description Part No.Q607.C423.Q507.Q703 Q609.D702 NJM4558DXP NJM78M12FA NJM79M05FA STK392-110 CA0007AD LA78045 M5220P PA0053B 2SA1145 2SA933S 2SA933S 2SA933S 2SA933S 2SC1740S 2SC1740S 2SC1740S 2SC1740S 2SC2705 2SC3332 2SC5716 2SD1276A 2SK2649-01R 2SC4686A 2SC2878 10DF2 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 ERB93-02L3 MTZJ5.C702 (4700p/2kV) C704 C705 C703 C416.C419.C414.D610.L601.C425 C427 C401.IC402 IC805 IC802 IC803 IC801 Q501.D613.C508.D511-D513 D516-D521 D608.C404-C408 ACG-032 ACH-372 CCCSL101J50 CCCSL101K2H CCCSL470J50 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M25 CEAT101M50 CEAT221M16 CEAT330M35 CEAT4R7M50 CEAT471M16 CEHAQ1R0M2C CEHAT100M2C CFPAB332H3C CFPAB472H3C CFPMAB564J2G CFTLA105J50 CFTLA683J50 CKCYB561K50 CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF103Z50 ACG1093 CCCSL470J50 CEAT101M16 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M16 CEAT470M25 CEHAT100M50 CEHAT220M63 CEHAT470M2C CFPAB222H3C CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF103Z50 ACG1028 CEAT100M50 CEAT470M25 CKCYF103Z50 CCCSL220J50 CCCSL220J50 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M25 CEHAT472M25 CKCYB331K50 CKCYB331K50 CKCYB681K50 CKCYB681K50 CKCYF103Z50 J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY IC502 IC501 IC403 IC401.D603 D614.D620.D617.SG1102 SPARK GAP J1101 CRT GND WIRE J1102 5P HOUSING WIRE CN1101 CRT SOCKET SCREW CN1105 PLUG 3-P CN1106 PLUG 3-P CN1103 PLUG 4-P SCREW CN1104 1P TERMINAL CRT HOLDER COILS AND TRANSFORMERS L401. Description Part No.Q505. AEX1024 ADX2190 ADX2668 AKG1006 BPZ30P100FZK KM250MA3 KM250MA3B KM250MA4B PMZ30P100FZK AKF1029 AMR3241 Mark No.D621 D703-D709 D801.D807.D619 D701.L602 L801-L804 L503.Q509.C421.L806 T502 H.D805.C608.C626 C701.C609.C530 C520 C513 C503 C507.C526 C506 C529 C518 C502 C509 C532.DRIVE TRANS.C417.C514.D616 D618. SD-643HD5 Mark No.D606 D605 D604 D607 D602.Q801 Q510 Q512 Q511 Q508 Q603 Q701. T501 Z DUMMY FBT T601 FBT CAPACITORS C522 (100p/2KV) C517 (1µ/160V) C511.Q610 Q504.C418. ATH1107 ATH1107 ATH1108 LAU5R6J ATK1144 ATK1147 ATK1148 OTHERS SG1101. D503.C402.C611.

1/2W) R603.C1231 C1234.C1236.C844 C834 C806.R437.C1211.R423. SD-643HD5 Mark No.C1221 C1250.R450 R823. Description Part No.C432.C1243.R831 R829 R830 Other Resistors K DIGITAL CONV.R726-R728 R714-R716.R543.C1217.L1206.CN406 SOCKET 15-P CN402 4P CONNECTOR CN401 4P CONNECTOR CN403 4P CONNECTOR CN501.R531.C1270 C1276 C1265 C1203-C1205.R609 R626 R701 R717-R719.C814.C1259.C821 C842 C819.SD-533HD5.C1280 C1214.R445 R447 R449.R433.C818. Description Part No.Q1203 Q1201 D1202-D1205 24LC128(I)P CD0031AM-TFB CM0022AF M51952BML NJM4558MD UPC4570G2-TFB UPC4570G2-TFB 2SA1162 2SC2712 2SJ461 1SS226 × × × × × × COILS F1201-F1203 L1205.L1211 ATF1194 LFEA471J QTL1013 CAPACITORS C1213.C1275.C1251 C1262 C1207-C1209.CN502 FJ CONNECTOR 12P CN404 PLUG 19-P 601 PCS MODULE ISOLATION SHEET PLATE SPRING SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW RESISTORS × VR601 × VR602 R516 R530 R540 R545 R550 R502.C1241 C1249.C828 C807.C815.R602 R608.R440. CKCYF103Z50 CCCSL101J50 CEANP101M25 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M25 CEAT220M50 CEAT330M16 CEAT470M10 CEAT471M10 CEHAT221M50 CEHAT471M25 CFTLA224J50 CKCYB222K50 CKCYB331K50 CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF103Z50 VRTHS6VS103 VRTHS6VS473 RD1/2PM153J RD1/2PM223J RN1/4PC1503F RN1/4PC6801F RS1MMF100J RS2MMF1R0J RS2MMF222J RS2MMF390J ACN1136 RN1/2PC4302F RN1/4PC1002F RN1/4PC1502F RN1/4PC1801F RN1/4PC3302F RN1/4PC3601F RN1/4PC6802F RS2MMF101J RS2MMFR47J RD1/4PU102J ACN1011 RD1/2PM114J RD1/2PM184J RD1/2PM224J RN1/4PC1602F RN1/4PC2202F RN1/4PC2000F RN1/4PC3302F RN1/4PC4701F RN1/4PC56R0F RS2MMF121J RS2MMF121J RS2MMF1R5J RS2MMF1R5J RS2MMF221J RS2MMF221J RS3LMFR47J RS1MMF470J RS2MMF1R2J RS2MMF1R5J RD1/4PU J Mark No.C816.C804 C802 C811.25FJNA MSPAD401 AEB1359 ANG1569 BBZ30P080FCU PMB30P100FMC PMZ30P100FZK BPZ30P100FZK PMB30P160FZK C410-C412.C837 C841 C801 C803.C832.C1237.IC1211 Q1204-Q1206 Q1202.R439.C1225.C1227.C836.C823.C1269 C1274.C833 C835.C1219.C1240 C1288 C1289 C1202 C1229 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CEANP4R7M50 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M16 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT470M10 CEAT470M10 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB221K50 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB472K50 115 .C1222.C813 C820 C817.C810.R441 R443 R413.R506.R446 R448 R415.IC1206-IC1208 IC1210.R723-R725 R702-R713 R732 R721 R733 R729 R731 R730 R431. ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS IC1203 IC1205 IC1204 IC1201 IC1209 IC1202.C829.L1210.L1212.R607 R624 R628 R612 R633 R627 R622 R601.L1207-L1209.C1256.C1226.L1213 L1201-L1203.C831.C434 C808.C822 C824-C826.C1255.R824.C809.R414. AEX1024 ADX2492 ADX2654 ADX2667 AKM1066 B5P-VH AKM1055 AKP1222 B4B-EH B4B-EH-R B4B-EH-K 12PL-FJ 19P-250K-1.C827 C812.C838-C840 OTHERS SG701 SPARK GAP J601 1P READ WIRE J502 1P LEAD WIRE J501 4P HOUSING WIRE CN503-CN505 PLUG 4-P CN601 5P-VH CONNECTOR CN701 PLUG 3-P CN405.R435.R432.R544 R542 R529 R614 (27Ω.R438.

IC1602 Q101.C1279 C1281-C1284.RY202 ASR1052 TRANSFORMERS.C1210.C1239 C1242.C1257.IC103 IC201 IC202 IC304.D754. 1SS133 1SS133 BR3371XJ30A D1NS4 ERB06-15 S1WB(A)60B 10DF2 D5SBA60(B) MA723 MTZJ24 10DF2 ERB06-15 ERD29-06J MTZJ5.C204 (4700p/AC250V) C201.22µ/275V) C217.C1253.C219 (3300p/2kV) C203.C315.Q757.Q754-Q756.Q905 Q1601-Q1606 Q201 Q306 Q308 Q305.01µ/AC250V) C206.D308 MIP0253SP ON3171-S AN8029 ON3171-S NJM7809FA PQ30RV11 PQ30RV31 BD3867AS LA4282 NJM4558DXP 2SA933S 2SA933S 2SC1740S 2SC1740S 2SC1740S 2SK1938-R 2SC2705 2SC3468 2SD1276A 2SA1535 2SA720A 2SC1318A 2SC3944 1SS133 1SS133 SEMICONDUCTORS CAPACITORS C101 (0.2A MTZJ6.5B YG802C04R YG802C09 YG911S2R S5688G C1260 C1201.C320.R1247.C202 (820µ/200V) C212 C215 C216 C211 C210 C213 C209 C214 C324.IC305 IC302 IC301 IC902 IC901 IC1601.C1268 C1272.L317.L303-L307 L751-L754 L755.D316 D751.R1290.C1228.D108-D110 D301.C1238.C1254 C1258.Q761.R1222.D324.C1244.C208.D311.C341 C309.D205 D209 D326.D111 D103 D101 D102 D206 D201 D202.CN1202 PLUG 15-P AKM1206 RELAYS RY201.L202 L203. COILS AND FILTERS L POWER SW ASSY S1196 ASG1087 SWITCH OTHERS CN1196 PLUG 2-P AKM1127 T101 CONVERTER TRANS T201 CONVERTER TRANS L101 L201.Q763 Q759 D104-D106.D318 D322.D901-D906 D107.C1212.C1271 C1277 C1252 D310.Q760.R1283.R1282.1C MTZJ6.2B MTZJ7. Description Part No.D317.R1237.SD-533HD5.R1303 R1310.C1224.C109. CKSRYB821K50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF103Z50 CQMA472J50 CQMA472J50 CQMA823J50 Mark No.D755 RESISTORS R1209.R1304.D313.D752.R1259 R1272.Q108 Q301.C1267.Q109.C111 C105 C103 C104 C205.Q762 Q752.C1220. SD-643HD5 Mark No.L314-L316.C1230 C1232.C1216 C1218.C1223.Q307 Q758 Q751.C1273.C308 (4700p/AC250V) C332 C339.C218 (0.C207 (0.D303-D306. Description Part No.C322 ACE1156 ACE1157 CEAT100M50 CEAT470M25 CEHAT331M10 CEHAT470M2D CFTLA104J50 ACE1155 ACG-501 ACG1008 ACG1064 ACH1148 CCCCH271J50 CEAT101M25 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CKCYF103Z50 CQMA182J50 CQMA473J50 CQMA822J50 ACG-032 ACG1064 ACH1146 CCCSL101K2H CCCSL221K2H 116 .R1236.C1235.C1206.R1248.L319-L323 L301.R1314 R1211.C1264.L318 L324-L326 L313 L312.R1298.L204 L308-L311.C1261.C1287 C1215.C1233.C1278.01µ/275V) C106.L756 ATK1133 ATK1146 ATX1008 ATF1183 ATX1021 ATH1107 ATH1108 ATH1109 ATX1008 ATX1021 ATH1109 ATX1021 M POWER SUPPLY ASSY IC101 IC102.R1273 R1279 RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S4302F RS1/16S4302F R1284.C1245-C1248.1µ/275V) C102 (0.R1223.R1297.Q302.C347 (100p/2kV) C307.Q904 Q102-Q107.D327 D328 D321 D312 D315 D325 D329 D307 D309 D314.C110 C108.Q303 Q901-Q903.R1311 RS1/16S5602F R1315 RS1/16S5602F Other Resistors RS1/16S J OTHERS CN1201.Q304.

C928.C317. SD-643HD5 Mark No.FU301 FUSE (10A/ 250V) FU302 FUSE (5A/ 125V) FU303.C331 C325.C313.C319 C326.C916-C919.FU304 FUSE (4A/ 125V) H201.C342 C314. Description Part No.25FJN KM250MA4 ADX2667 AEB1359 ANG1569 PMB30P100FMC PMZ30P100FZK BBZ30P080FCU RESISTORS VR101. RS1MMF333J RS1MMF473J RS2MMFR22J RD1/2PM154J RN1/4PC1101F RN1/4PC1801F RN1/4PC3301F RS1MMF100J RS2MMF1R2J RS2MMF223J RS2MMF2R2J RS2MMF472J RS2MMF6R8J RS2MMFR22J RD1/2MMF100J RD1/2MMF152J RD1/2MMF270J RD1/2PM272J RD1/2PM2R2J RD1/4MUF560J RS1MMF472J RS2MMF271J RS3LMF391J RD1/2PM152J RD1/2PM561J RD1/4MUF2R2J RD1/4PU J C301-C303. Description Part No.C908 C905.C335 C337 C350 C306.C1602 C1603.C1606 C1601.VR301 (1kΩ) R102 (2.C348 C334.R204 (2.C765.C925 C910.C757.R335 R336.C349 C340 C310.C1610 R203.C772 C768 C758 C911 C921 C914.7Ω) R101 R107 R104 R126 R201.C345 C338 C753 C756.C312.C329.C935 C913.R764 R770.C311 C346 C323 C344 C316.C771 C751 C760.R206 R202 R214-R216 R331 R310.C321 C333 C304.C318.R313 R309 R312 R340 R341 R324 R338.2MΩ.CN303.C766 C754.C764 C767 C759.H302 FUSE HOLDER CN101 PLUG 2-P CN201 PLUG2-P CN306 PLUG 7-P CN751 PLUG 9-P CN901 PLUG 4-P CN302 FJ CONNECTOR 6P CN301.R758 R751 R769.R337 R766 R767 R757.H202 FUSE HOLDER H303-H308 FUSE CLIP H301.C909 C933 C902 C901.R781 R752.CN304.R923 Other Resistors OTHERS FU201.C932 C936 C906.C927 C907 C926.R776 R768.C924 C903.CN905 FJ CONNECTOR 12P CN902-CN904 SOCKET19-P CN305 J301 PLUG 4-P 4P HOUSING WIRE ISOLATION SHEET PLATE SPRING SCREW SCREW SCREW AEK1069 REK1083 REK1082 AKR1007 AKR1003 AKR1007 AKM1127 AKM1156 KM250MA7 KM250MA9 KM250MA4B 06R-FJ 12R-FJ 19RK-1.C328.C769 C752.C937 C915 C912.R775 R774 R915. 1/2W) R211 R210 R207 VCP1151 ACN1150 RD1/4MUF103J RN1/4PC3301F RN1/4PC3901F RT5PZ1R8K RCN1080 RD1/2MMF100J RD1/4MUF681J RS1MMF151J 117 .C305.SD-533HD5.C330.C1604 C1609.C931 C920.R339 R322 R334.R924 R902 R914.C922.C1608 C1605.C930 C1611 C1607.C929 C923.C327. CEAT100M50 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M25 CEAT102M25 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT222M10 CEAT222M6R3 CEHAT100M2A CEHAT103M10 CEHAT220M2E CEHAT332M50 CEHAT470M2E CEHAT472M25 CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF103Z50 CQMA104J50 CCCSL101J50 CEAT101M25 CEAT470M50 CEHAT220M2C CEHAT3R3M2C CKCYE103P2H CKCYF103Z50 CKCYF473Z50 CQMA472J50 CQMA472K2E CEAT100M50 CEAT102M35 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M10 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT330M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M16 CEAT4R7M50 CEHAT102M35 CEHAT221M25 CFTLA104J50 CKCYB102K50 CKCYB182K50 CKCYB331K50 CKCYF103Z50 CQMA104J50 CQMA683J50 CEAT100M50 CFTLA274J50 CFTLA393J50 CFTLA473J50 CFTLA684J50 CKCYF103Z50 Mark No.

SD-533HD5. Assy IC1203 [24LC128P] VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy IC1402 [24LC08B(I)P] Notes: • Even if the EEPROMs are replaced.2 JIGS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR Remote control unit AXD1457 Screwdriver Adjustment screwdriver Color bar generator D. DC Voltmeter LD Player Monoscope Dual-trace oscilloscope Frequency counter For HD Signal generator 118 . such as W/B and color data. if the EEPROMs are damaged or if their data have been changed from the adjustment data. Check the status of the unit after replacement of the EEPROMs. For details. and readjust if necessary. SD-643HD5 6. the status before the failure will not be restored. ADJUSTMENT 6. 6. adjustment may be necessary. be sure to replace the EEPROMs with the mounted ones in order to retain the adjustment data of the unit and to facilitate adjustment after the replacement of the assemblies. depending on the part or assembly to be replaced. • Even if the EEPROMs are replaced. Name of Assy SIGNAL Assy EEPROM IC2301 [24LC32(I)P] Main Contents of Memory Adjustment data.1 INTRODUCTION • IMPORTANT When replacement of the following assemblies are required during repairs. see page 120. in FACTORY mode User data set on the MENU Convergence adjustment data Convergence offset data DIGITAL CONV.

POWER SUPPLY assy) SERVICEMAN WARNING Before removing the anode cable. turn off the power. Adjustment Items 1 Brightness Adjustment 2 Deflection Yoke Adjustment 3 Focus Adjustment 4 Screen Size Adjustment 5 Convergence Adjustment 6 White Balance Adjustment 7 Panel Adjustment 8 Panel Adjustment for 480P Caution : Take extra precaution when measuring the voltage. After reconnecting. unplug the AC plug and let the unit discharge for more than 1 minut.SD-533HD5.3 ADJUSTMENT LOCATION AND ITEMS Assembly Adjustment Location Focus VR (VR1) B G Focus VR R K F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY DIGITAL CONV. 119 . Measure at the point where the cable enters the FBT. SD-643HD5 6. tug on the cable to check that it is secure. High voltage are also present in surrounding circuit boards. Pull straight up Anode Cable Cover Pull straight up FBT Note : When reconnecting the cable.) B CRT G CRT R CRT DRIVE Assy DRIVE Assy DRIVE Assy MEASURING METHOD Disconnect the FBT anode cable as shown below. (CRT assy. proceed in the reverse order. ASSY J M A SIGNAL ASSY Front View Lens assy (For Green) Lens assy Lens assy (For Blue) (For Red) Deflection Yoke POWER SUPPLY ASSY Rear View DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY CRT SERVICE Assy B CRT SERVICE Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy R Deflection Yoke (B) Deflection Yoke (G) Deflection Yoke (R) BK GK RK Centering magnet (Turn in either direction untill cross signal becomes white.

• If any IC of the EEPROM is damaged. VR1 Focus VR :∗1) Convergence Adjustment (∗2) White Balance Adjustment (Composite STD : ∗1. Example: When the DIGITAL CONV.SD-533HD5. • When the EEPROMs are replaced. G or B CRT DRIVE ASSY is repaired or replaced If DIGITAL CONV. Screen size check/adjustment → 5. Check and readjust the adjustment items corresponding to the replaced assembly or part. Assy is replaced. perform the following: 3. Focus check/adjustment → 4. Others :∗2) Panel Adjustment (∗1) Panel Adjustment for 480P (∗1) If DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY is repaired or replaced If R. readjustment of all the items is necessary. check the status of the unit. G or B) is repaired or replaced 3 Focus Adjustment (Lens : ∗1. G or B) is repaired or replaced 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 If LENS ASSY (R. Others :∗2) Panel Adjustment (∗1) Panel Adjustment for 480P (∗1) If SIGNAL ASSY is repaired or replaced 6 White Balance Adjustment (∗2) 7 Panel Adjustment (∗1) 8 Panel Adjustment for 480P (∗1) Brightness Adjustment (∗1) Deflection Yoke Adjustment (∗1) Focus Adjustment (Lens : ∗2. ASSY is repaired or replaced 3 Focus Adjustment (∗2) 4 Screen Size Adjustment (∗2) 5 Convergence Adjustment (∗2) If VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY is repaired or replaced 1 6 7 8 Brightness Adjustment (∗2) White Balance Adjustment (Composite STD : ∗1. following adjustment procedures 1 to 8. When adjustment deviates. it is readjusted if necessory. depending on the assembly or optical part replaced. • The necessary adjustment items differ. Convergence check/adjustment 120 . Others :∗2) Panel Adjustment (∗1) Panel Adjustment for 480P (∗1) If CRT ASSY (R. VR1 Focus VR :∗2) 5 Convergence Adjustment (∗2) If MIRROR and SCREEN is repaired or replaced 5 Convergence Adjustment (∗2) If OTHER ASSY is repaired or replaced No adjustment is required Note : *1: Readjustment necessary *2: Turn on the power and confirm the screen. SD-643HD5 Assembly Adjustment Location Guide If POWER SUPPLY ASSY is repaired or replaced No adjustment is required 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 6 7 8 Brightness Adjustment (∗2) Focus Adjustment (VR1: FOCUS VR) (∗2) Screen Size Adjustment (∗2) Convergence Adjustment (∗2) White Balance Adjustment (∗2) Panel Adjustment (∗1) Panel Adjustment for 480p (∗1) Brightness Adjustment (∗1) White Balance Adjustment (Composite STD :∗1.

then adjust. Cyclically 1 4 5 121 . it will be automatically released. To release FACTORY mode. AUTO. mode. If the unit remains in FACTORY mode without any operation for 8 minutes. settings such as audio muting. Cyclically OTHER OFFSET mode 3 (Blue) Telop : Blue .4 FACTORY ADJ MODE Factory Adjustment Mode Select 1st FACTORY ADJ Mode Start TV TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV Start 1st FAC Start adjusting Select 1st FACTORY ADJ mode. Front panel Normal picture Cyclically 2nd FACTORY ADJ mode picture 1st FACTORY ADJ mode picture TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH POWER DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER INPUT1 position Press the switch with thin rod. • In FACTORY mode.SD-533HD5. CH RETURN The 2nd FACTORY ADJ mode is not used in the adjustment. use the key(s) of the remote control unit or the main unit. (Default: The cross hatch is on only in CONVER. OFFSET adjustments). • When the unit enters FACTORY mode. data for the picture and audio qualities are standard. • CONVER. use the key(s) on the remote control unit or main unit. (MUTING) RANGE CHECK mode (TV/SAT/DVD MENU) Telop : Red (MUTING) STD OFFSET mode ( ∞ DOWN) Telop : Blue (MUTING) MANUAL CONVER mode (SET) Telop : White (MUTING) PANEL ADJ mode (CH RETURN) Telop : Yellow (MUTING) 2 2 ADJUSTMENT SIZE mode (ANT) Telop : Green (MUTING) 2 AUTO ADJ mode ( 2 LEFT) Telop : White (MUTING) TEST mode ( 3 RIGHT) Telop : green SIGNAL ADJ mode ( 5 UP) Telop : White 480P PANEL ADJ mode (INPUT 3) Telop : Yellow 3 OFFSET CONVER mode ( INPUT 4) Telop : White OTHER OFFSET mode (See step ~ on next page) Telop : Blue COLOR TEMP mode (Green) Telop : Blue . • When the unit exits FACTORY mode. • The Convergence data which user adjusted are within the FACTORY mode. the TV/CATV mode becomes AIR (settings of ANT and CH are those last stored in memory). and the FLESH TONE setting is always off. OSD (cross hatch) can be turned on and off cyclically by using the YELLOW key only during CONVER mode (MANUAL. Clear the convergence data by releasing the FACTORY mode after it is further within the MANUAL CONVER mode or OFFSET CONVER mode.) Not used in the adjustment. CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î " ON " HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR • To enter FACTORY mode. Selecting the mode for adjustment operations. MENU. and SPLIT (two split-screens) are released. SD-643HD5 6. or turn the power off.

MODE 2 3 OFFSET CONVER. MODE 1 2 OFFSET CONVER. SUB CH+ RED SLEEP SWAP CH ENTER A C D B M L T STD OFFSET MODE COMP (15 kHz) OFFSET MODE COMP (31 kHz. SD-643HD5 1 OTHER OFFSET mode To enter the OFFSET mode of each picture quality. 5 The offset data of picture quality change cyclically with each press of the BLUE key as follows: 1 E THEATER OFFSET MODE 2 F GAME OFFSET MODE 3 V THEATER (RGB) 4 J GAME (RGB) Note :The initial mode is always 1 THEATER OFFSET MODE when the BLUE key is pressed.SD-533HD5. SUB CHP in P CH+. MODE 3 Note :The initial mode is always OFFSET CONVER. modes change cyclically with each press of the INPUT 4 key as follows: 1 OFFSET CONVER. 4 The offset data of the picture quality in COLOR TEMP mode change cyclically with each press of the GREEN key as follows: 1 2 3 K γ Y LIVE for STD LIVE for RGB FILM for RGB Note :The initial mode is always LIVE for STD when the GREEN key is pressed. 122 . use the following keys and codes of the remote control unit: Key(s) on the Remote Control Unit DOWN P in P CH-. 3 The OFFSET CONVER. MODE 1. 33 kHz) OFFSET MODE TV OFFSET MODE COLOR TEMP FILM for THEATER COLOR TEMP FILM for STD & GAME RGB OFFSET MODE 2 The screen size modes change cyclically with each press of the SCREEN key as follows: 1 FULL 2 ZOOM 3 CINEMA 4 NATURAL 5 FULL (HD) Note :The initial mode is always FULL.

(1st FAC) ( ∞ DOWN) (2) Input "0" as parameters for (1) and check R1058-GK of the G CRT DRIVE Assy.5 ADJUSTMENT 1 Brightness Adjustment Start 1st FAC Input signal : Black Burst (INPUT 1) Black burst TV TV CBL VCR DVD /LD /SAT /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 STD OFFSET 0 b STD OFFSET SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER (DOWN) CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 ∞ COLOR Î b CH 0 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Telop: Blue Data value BRIGHT VOL HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR 0 : CUT-R : CUT-G CH : CUT-B Cut off level (180V DC) GND VOL or CH1 (X) CH2 (Y) G CRT DRIVE ASSY Oscilloscope R1058 -GK When the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy or VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy is replaced. If the levels are within 180 V ±5 V. the adjustment is not necessary. check the following to confirm if the above adjustment is necessary: (1) Make a note of the data of CUT R. If the levels are not within the above level. SD-643HD5 6.SD-533HD5. and BRIGHT. Input the noted data. 123 . CUT B. CUT G. proceed with the above adjustment.

CRT SERVICE CRT SERVICE Assy B Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy R Cross hatch Deflection Yoke (B) Deflection Yoke (G) Deflection Yoke (R) Deflection yoke B CRT G CRT R CRT DRIVE Assy DRIVE Assy DRIVE Assy Turn to adjust. • The cross hatch disappears if there is no operation with the remote control unit for about 8 minutes.SD-533HD5. from the DVD/LD player or SG) to the INPUT 1 connector. • MENU → SETUP → CONVERGENCE → FULL AND 4:3 NORMAL → ADJ MULTI-POINT Enter the MULTI-POINT (FULL) in the CONVERGENCE. Centering magnet (Turn in either direction until cross signal becomes white.) • Turn the deflection yoke of the replaced CRT so that the cross hatch of the color corresponding to the replaced CRT converges with that of the CRTs not replaced. repeat the above operation with the remote control unit.g. 0 ± 2mm 2 -2 Screen Center Adjustment Start • Move the centering magnet of the deflection yoke for the replaced color so that the horizontal and vertical lines at the center of the screen align with the lines for a color not replaced.) 124 . check the position of the VM (Velocity Modulation) yoke. • Secure the centering magnet from moving after adjustment is finished. SD-643HD5 2 Deflection Yoke Adjustment 2 -1 Deflection Yoke Lean Adjustment Start • Input a stable signal (e. Cross hatch Deflection yoke Centering magnet (Turn in either direction until cross signal becomes white. If the cross hatch disappears. • When a CRT is replaced.

SD-643HD5 3 Focus Adjustment 3 -1 Focus Adjustment of Lens Assy Start Cross hatch Lens assy (For Green) Lens assy (For Red) Lens assy (For Blue) "Best focusing" 3 -2 Focus VR Adjustment Cross hatch Focus VR (VR1) B G R FOCUS VR Turn the Focus VR for best focusing. 125 .SD-533HD5.

• Release the FACTORY mode. Note: Varies depending on the factory-preset value. • For H PHA. the color is green only. If they are not.SD-533HD5." 4 -2 Vertical Size Adjustment Start 1st FAC INPUT 1:Monoscope Green screen ANT Note : Screen mode : FULL 91% ± 2% 2 V. screen size is FULL and the contrast is +10. CH RETURN or Telop: Green b Size mode a Data value -128 to 126 (even data only) CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR b Size mode 1 2 1 2 3 3 6 6 9 0 9 0 CH Table on H SIZE and V SIZE data : H Size (15 kHz) : V Size Picture Quality Mode H SIZE V SIZE NATURAL WIDE A B CINEMA WIDE A B ZOOM A B FULL A B FULL for HD A+D B A. • In this mode. 126 . • The above settings are cleared when this mode is exited. please adjust it when a screen is missed when displayed the HD source on the screen. or CH + : H PHA (31kHz) CH – : H PHA (33kHz) The factory-preset values are as follows: SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 1 : H SIZE (15K) Approx. refer to the section "• Reference. SD-643HD5 4 Screen Size Adjustment Check if both vertical and horizontal sizes are within 91% ±2%. Note : • The adjustment is unnecessory for D so that is set in factory shipment by the most suitable value. -32 ± 30 2 : V SIZE Approx. -24 ± 30 6 : H SIZE (33K) Approx. 60 ± 30 Key No. However. perform the size adjustment as follows: 4 -1 Size Mode Start TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV 1st FAC ADJUTMENT FULL SIZE Note : Screen mode : FULL a Data value VOL TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER ANT H SIZE -24 • Mode for roughly adjusting the horizontal and vertical sizes of the main deflection. B D A+D : Adjustment values : Fixed values : Addition of A and D : H PHA (15K) : H SIZE (33K) (fixed value D can be varied) : H PHA (31K RGB) : H PHA (33K RGB) • Perform the H SIZE and V SIZE adjustments only in FULL mode (NTSC MONOSCOPE signal input).SIZE or INPUT TV General broadcasting VOL Adjust the size so that the picture is completely displayed on the screen. then change the screen mode and confirm that the picture is not missing.

5 kHz. CH • About H. But. RGB 33K etc. Ex. Check whether the H.SIZE or INPUT TV General broadcasting VOL Adjust the size so that the picture is completely displayed on the screen. S COMPONENT (480i) 31K : COMPONENT (480P) 33K : COMPONENT (1080i) The screen moves to the right or the left if the above data are in variance. component 31.: H PHA (33K) 9 : H PHA (31K RGB) 0 : H PHA (33K RGB) SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 –3 –4 13 –1 16 15K : CONPOSITE. PHASE data are the factory-preset values. enter the H.SD-533HD5. PHASE In principle. 3 : H PHA (15K) CH+ : H PHA (31K) CH. If not. depending on the format of the input signal (Ex. readjust the V.). Component 31K Black Animation Animation Animation screen Move the part of animation leftward with CH+. attention is necessory because in convenience may occur when connected to another apparatus. 91% ± 2% 1 H. SIZE adjustment. SIZE adjustment. 127 . However. (See the above figures. A screen can be improved as the following by the readjustment. SIZE is 91± 2%. SIZE. PHASE is not required. there is the case that screen is missed as an upper figure occurs by the signal format of other apparatus to be connected to. as indicated below: Key No. • After the H. SD-643HD5 4 -3 Horizontal Size Adjustment Start 1st FAC INPUT 1:Monoscope Note : Screen mode : FULL Green screen ANT Note : • After the V. adjustment of the data for the H. check that V. as illustrated below. • Reference The H PHASE adjustment is required if the left or right part of the screen becomes black. SIZE adjustment by pressing "1" key.) Note : H PHASE is set in factory shipment by the most suitable value.

See Table 2. repeat steps 7 and 8. 3. MODE 1 (DFH. The cross-hatch signal is generated inside the unit. replace the EEPROM of new DIGITAL CONV. Screen indication 2. If necessary. red. ASSY The data stored in the EEPROMs are as follows: IC1203 OFFSET CONVER. repeat steps 3 and 4. If necessary. DFV) OFFSET CONVER. Fine-adjust the green to eliminate any distortion. MODE 1 : OFFSET CONVER. The green becomes the standard for the red and the blue. horizontal and vertical size adjustments. MODE 2 INPUT 4 key (pressed three times) : OFFSET CONVER. B When CRTs are replaced or when the deflection yoke is moved.2 Confirmation of Convergence Data The convergence coarse adjustment modes change cyclically. 5. C Adjustment data: MAX 1FF 100 001 CNT 000 3FF 2FF MIN 200 Data can be adjusted with the VOL+ and VOL.SD-533HD5. Check the initial data for the convergence adjustment. 6. 7. such as an HD SG or a DTV tuner (SH-D09. input the following video signal: Table 1 Input signal F DFH 0F0 Screen Mode 1. and blue colors at the same time to check the convergence. Convergence Adjustment 3. and convergence adjustment is required for each mode. Perform the coarse adjustment for the red by roughly converging the red with the green. 9. You can turn on and off the cross-hatch signal with the YELLOW key. 3. as shown below. Blue adjustment is completed. Green adjustment is completed. HD : Stable signal source. IC1402 OFFSET CONVER. Perform the coarse adjustment for the green to roughly correct distortion of the green. MODE 1 (except DFH and DFV) OFFSET CONVER. FULL for HD (HD/DTV) Input Signal NTSC (480i) signal A A B C HD/DTV (1080i) signal NTSC : Stable signal source. Assy.) Screen mode: F : FULL Z : ZOOM C : CINEMA N : NATURAL H : FULL for HD The Screen modes change cyclically with each press of the SCREEN mode key. NATURAL (NATURAL WIDE) 5. 118 and 119. Perform the coarse adjustment for the blue by roughly converging the blue with the green. 4. Assy with the EEPROM of old DIGITAL CONV. repeat steps 5 and 6. Assy IC1203: 24LC128(I)P IC1203 CN1201 CN1202 IC1402: 24LC08B(I)P DIGITAL CONV. 2. Red adjustment is completed. For adjustment. Prior to Adjustment There are five screen modes. MULTI-POINT) IC1401 PD5689A9 IC1402 VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY 128 . and is automatically displayed in OFFSET CONVER. When replacinf the DIGITAL CONV. FULL (FULL. perform the deflection yoke adjustment. If necessary. ZOOM (ZOOM) 3 CINEMA (CINEMA WIDE) 4. 8. with each press of the INPUT4 key in FACTORY mode: Convergence coarse adjustment INPUT 4 key (pressed once) INPUT 4 key (pressed twice) : OFFSET CONVER. MODE 2 3. and centering magnet adjustments before the convergence adjustment.keys. such as an SG or an LD/DVD player. 4:3 NORMAL) 2. Procedures 1. SD-643HD5 5 CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT 1.1 Replacement of the EEPROMs Inside the DIGITAL CONV. Readjust the convergence if necessary. MODE 3 Factory-preset values for convergence User-adjusted values for convergence (CENTER.) Adjustment items can be selected with the numeric keys. Display the green. (See Pages 116. Fine-adjust the red until the red is completely converging with the green. etc. mode and MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode. MODE 3 Cyclical change Check whether the data of MODE 1 and MODE 2 are as shown in Table 2. Fine-adjust the blue until the blue is completely converging with the green. Assy.

proceed to 3.) for each GH and GV. MODE 1 by pressing the INPUT 4 key once. Assy is not replaced. and is automatically displayed in OFFSET CONVER. (For GV. mode and MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode. D Adjustment data: MAX 1FF 100 001 CNT 000 3FF 2FF MIN 200 Data can be adjusted with the VOL+ and VOL.) Select adjustment items (STATIC and SIZE of vertical and horizontal lines. Indication at the bottom of the screen : Z DFI 00F If the adjustment value is 00F. If the adjustment value is other than 00F. adjust the values with the numeric keys and VOL +/– keys. adjust with the VOL + or VOL.SD-533HD5.) Press the INPUT 4 key three times to enter OFFSET CONVER. Example: To check DFI in ZOOM mode of OFFSET CONVER. SD-643HD5 Table 2 OFFSET CONVER DATA OFFSET CONVER MODE 1 Screen Mode Numeric Adjustment Key Item FULL ZOOM CINEMA NATURAL HD FULL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DFH DFV DF1 DF2 HPP HPW HTP VTP 1D0 0A0 00F 000 14C 00B 02C 033 1D0 0A0 00F 000 14C 00B 02C 029 1D0 0A0 00F 000 14C 00B 02C 033 1D0 0A0 00F 000 14C 00B 02C 02A 1D0 0A0 00F 000 14A 00C 02F 00F The cross-hatch signal is generated inside the unit. MODE 1 1 Enter the FACTORY mode.3.key so that the value becomes 00F. Press the SCREEN mode key and proceed with the adjustment for each screen mode. 129 . See Table below. • Waveforms adjustable in the coarse adjustment of the green Numeric Key 0 1 4 6 7 8 GH STATIC SKEW KEY PIN LIN SIZE GV STATIC SKEW KEY PIN LIN SIZE 3. You can turn on and off the cross-hatch signal with the YELLOW key. MODE 3. peripheral pin distortion adjustment is necessary. 3 Enter the ZOOM screen mode by pressing the SCREEN mode key once. C GV GH BV Adjustment items can be selected with the numeric keys. adjustment is not required. etc. If the values are not the same.keys.3 Coarse Adjustment of the Green (Proceed with 3.key as follows: RH RV BH If the offset convergence values are as indicated in Table 2. the screen mode automatically becomes FULL. The above offset convergence values are common to the SD-533HD5 and SD-643HD5. B Cyclically changes with the CH+ or CH.3 and afterwards when the DIGITAL CONV.) 4 Check the indication on the screen by pressing the numeric key 3. (When the unit enters FACTORY mode. Screen indication F RH STATIC 001 OFFSET CONVER MODE 2 Screen Mode Numeric Adjustment Key Item FULL ZOOM CINEMA NATURAL HD FULL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 V1D V1C V10 VFP HFP H1R HCP H10 029 020 000 003 122 001 00F 015 082 020 000 01D 122 001 00F 015 060 020 000 003 122 001 00F 015 03E 020 000 01A 122 001 00F 015 026 01E 000 036 122 001 00F 015 A A Screen mode: F : FULL Z : ZOOM C : CINEMA N : NATURAL H : FULL for HD B C D The Screen modes change cyclically with each press of the SCREEN mode key. 2 Enter the OFFSET CONVER. and adjust to roughly eliminate distortion.

3 if necessary. Repeatedly make the coarse adjustment as shown in 3. or when the deflection yoke for the green is replaced. CINEMA. 9) ZOOM : (0.3 above. ` Key No. 2) to (7.4 Fine-adjustment of the Green Enter MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode by pressing the SET/ENTER key. 0) 3. 130 . and make adjustments. SD-643HD5 • Pattern for each adjustment item Key No. 3. Note: The actual shape of the cursor is " [ ] ".9) on the coordinates for FULL. 7 LIN Key No. Proceed with the adjustment for each screen mode. Screen indication A A Screen mode: F : FULL Z : ZOOM C : CINEMA N : NATURAL H : FULL for HD B F (4 . Assy is replaced. 9) NATURAL : (0. 1 STATIC SKEW Key No. B Coordinates where the cursor (adjustment point) is located There are 72 adjustment points (8. make coarse adjustment as shown in 3. 3. Y=ordinate Some coordinates may be outside the screen and invisible. 1 SKEW Key No. 4) The Screen modes change cyclically with each press of the SCREEN mode key. 6 PIN GV Key No.4. 4 KEY Key No. Adjusted values for the green become the standard for the red and the blue. ` STATIC Key No. 8) HD for FULL : (0.2 Move the cursor to a point to be adjusted with the cursor move keys. NATURAL and FULL for HD modes.1 In MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode entered by pressing the SET/ENTER key. 8) CINEMA : (0. 4 KEY Key No. 1) to (7. 8 SIZE = Fixed position Key No.4. 1) to (7. The point at coordinates (0. 6 PIN GH Key No. 8 SIZE Note 1: When the Green CRT is replaced. the display becomes as shown below: Screen indication F (0 . 0) is at the upper left of the screen. prior to the convergence adjustment. 7 LIN Key No. The position of the cursor in this figure is different from the actual position on the screen. tune the center of the image to the center of the screen by turning the centering magnet. Y): X=abscissa. 9) (X. but the coordinates actually used for adjustment are as follows (the coordinates outside the ranges indicated below are outside the screen. 1) to (7. ZOOM. 2) to (7. Note 2: When the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy or DIGITAL CONV.SD-533HD5. and adjustment will not have any effect on the screen): FULL : (0.

PIN and SIZE to correct the screen location. The brightness increases with the VOL+ key (CONTRAST +10) and decreases with the VOL. A Color to be adjusted: G: GREEN. press the SEARCH. Pressing this key toggles color muting on or off. only the selected point is changed in MANUAL CONVER. • To mute all the colors. because adjustment of those coordinates will have little effect on the screen.5 Make the adjustment for the green in each screen mode.SD-533HD5. The colors change cyclically as follows: With CH+ : R → B → G → R With CH.3 Coarse adjustment of the green. SD-643HD5 3. (The value decreases.4. use the VOL+ or VOL. move the Line to the desired direction with the cursor keys. or FREEZE key. F G (4 .1 to 3. Pressing this key toggles between display of the cross hatch screen and the input screen. and use the green as the standard screen for the red and the blue. use the SCREEN mode key.) To move the Horizontal Line downward. and GV STATIC. but change peripheral points at the same time. 3. If an adjustment point is greatly moved to the right. 4) H:000 V:000 A Screen mode B Coordinates where the adjustment point is located Note: Some coordinates for adjustment points are located outside the screen. use the SEARCH key for the red. screen information volume. (The value decreases. press the " " key.) • See "3. and peripheral pin distortion. • To change the brightness of the input screen. • To erase the cross hatch.4.4.) To move the Vertical Line to the right. 131 . However." Adjust GH STATIC. use the CH+ or CH. FREEZE key for the blue. SKEW and SIZE. (The value increases. as the adjusted data (amount of adjustment) increase. SELECT key for the green. R: RED. To change screen modes. press the " " key. (The value increases. B H : ∗∗∗ Adjustment data in the horizontal direction V : ∗∗∗ Adjustment data in the vertical direction ( ∗∗∗= hexadecimal number) Data MAX 1FF 100 001 000 3FF 2FF 200 CNT MIN For adjustment. press the DISPLAY key. See the examples below. Peripheral points may be affected. peripheral points may be affected. press the " " key.key. Check also the screen size and the linearity of the horizontal and vertical lines. • See "3.: R → G → B → R Adjustment Technique 1st step Adjust so that the vertical and horizontal lines forming a cross at the center of the screen become straight. The brightness of the cross hatch screen cannot be changed. Screen indication 3.key. SKEW. mode. Be sure not to make adjustments on those points. SELECT. press the " " key.) • To select one color. then adjust the other adjustment points by repeating 3. B: BLUE To change colors. press the YELLOW key. (The brightness can be changed only in Fineadjustment mode. To release muting.4.key (CONTRAST -40). press the SET/ENTER key. So be sure not to greatly change the adjustment data of one point.4. tilt." Fine-adjust the linearity of the vertical and horizontal lines forming a cross at the center of the screen.4 When adjustment of the selected point is finished. Note: In principle.3 Press the SET/ENTER key when the point to be adjusted is determined.4.) To move the Vertical Line to the left. To move the Horizontal Line upward.4 Fine-adjustment of the green.

3rd step Adjust so that the horizontal lines become straight.4. SD-643HD5 In a case of an error in convergence: 4th step Repeat 2nd and 3rd steps to take total balance. Adjust the upper half of the screen first. quit MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode by pressing the MENU or MUTING key. To return from the fine adjustment mode to the coarse adjustment mode. press the MENU key once. Left half : Adjust from the center toward the edge.SD-533HD5. and is not a malfunction. then press the INPUT 4 key three times to enter OFFSET CONVER. Then the adjustment for the green is completed. This is because the adjustment data are being written to the EEPROMs.5 Coarse Adjustment of the Red After the green adjustment is completed. then the left half. 132 . Adjustable points Good adjustment: 5 20 2 Adjustment data Note: When the MENU key is pressed to quit MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode. Do not perform any operation (power on/off. Select adjustment items for RH and RV. or pressing keys on the remote control unit or on the main unit. (See 3. then the lower half. Bad adjustment: -5 30 -3 Adjustment data 2nd step Adjust so that the vertical lines become straight. and roughly correct distortion to converge with the green. etc. because doing so may affect your adjustment data. taking care to preserve proper screen information volume and the linearity. then the INPUT 4 key. Adjustment is required for each screen mode For adjustable items of the red and the blue. MODE 3.4. the display will be unstable for several seconds. (See 3. see the following table.) during this period.) Numeric Key 0 1 4 5 6 7 8 RH STATIC SKEW SUBPIN LIN SIZE RV STATIC SKEW KEY PIN LIN SIZE BH STATIC SKEW SUBPIN LIN SIZE BV STATIC SKEW KEY PIN LIN SIZE Upper half : Adjust from the edge toward the center. Adjust the right half of the screen first. Lower half : Adjust from the center toward the edge. Right half : Adjust from the edge toward the center.) 3.

` STATIC Key No. and make adjustment in the same manner as with the green.1 Press the SET/ENTER key to enter MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode.3 Adjust the red horizontal lines so that they converge with the green horizontal lines.5 Coarse Adjustment of the Red" if necessary. Proceed to adjustment of the upper half of the screen. First. 3.6. 1 SKEW Key No. 7 LIN RH BH Key No.4 Repeat the adjustments described in 3. 3. Proceed to adjustment of the right half of the screen. adjust the vertical and horizontal the red lines at the center of the screen so that they converge with the green center lines. Repeat the coarse adjustment described in "3. 1 SKEW Key No. (Completion of one screen mode) 133 . then the lower half.5 above. 6 PIN RV BV Key No. Adjustment should be done from the part where convergence is greatly dislocated.2 and 3. Note 2: When the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy or DIGITAL CONV. SD-643HD5 • Pattern for each adjustment item Key No.6.6. 3. 8 SIZE Note 1: When the red CRT is replaced. 3.6. Assy is replaced.6. 3. tune the center of the image to the center of the screen by turning the centering magnet.2 Adjust the red vertical lines so that they converge with the green vertical lines. prior to adjustment. or when the deflection yoke for the red is replaced. ` STATIC Key No. and eliminate distortion to converge with the green. 8 SIZE = Fixed position Key No. make coarse adjustment as shown in 3.6 Fine-adjustment of the Red To fine-adjust the red. press the SET/ENTER key to enter MANUAL CONVERGENCE mode. 7 LIN Key No.3 so that all the red vertical and horizontal lines converge with the green lines. 5 SUB PIN Key No.6.SD-533HD5. then the left half. 4 KEY Key No. Adjustment should be done from the part where convergence is greatly dislocated. Make adjustment for each SCREEN mode.

Wait without doing anything until the display becomes stable. but this is because the data are being written to the EEPROM. readjust convergence in MANUAL CONVER. adjustment data must be written to the EEPROM. Note: Be sure NOT to change the green pattern during readjustment.6. 3. (Completion of the red adjustment) 3. and blue adjustments are finished.2 through 3. If you inadvertently enter Convergence Adjustment mode. readjust the convergence. the adjusted data may be lost.5 Repeat procedures 3. SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU 1 2 SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE ∞ : STD OFFSET : COMPORNENT 31.6. Be sure NOT to enter this Convergence Adjustment mode except when a repair related to convergence or a repair that requires convergence adjustment later. Then press the MENU key. press the MENU key to quit Convergence Adjustment mode. which means writing of data to the EEPROM is finished. If you do so. you must make all the adjustments again. 33K : RGB At the R1108-BK of the B CRT DRIVE Assy.SD-533HD5. IMPORTANT! (1) When all the adjustments are completed. or to interrupt adjustment. 134 . (2) Do NOT turn off the main power during or after convergence adjustment. or when adjustment should be temporarily interrupted. and if the unit enters FACTORY Convergence Adjustment mode (with the INPUT4 and SET/ENTER keys). in the following manner: 6 White Balance Adjustment 6 -1 Contrast Adjustment Start (DOWN) 1st FAC "Color Bar" ∞ TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 Adjust the screen to optimum condition. If the data are lost. The display will be unstable for several seconds. turn on the TV. If the power of the TV is turned off (standby) during Convergence Adjustment mode (coarse and fine-adjustments). (3) When the CENTER POINT (test cross) or MULTI-POINT (user convergence) adjustments have been made by a user. the user's adjustment data will be all cleared and returned to the factorypreset values. Saturated STD OFFSET 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR SUB CH 3 4 CH ENTER 3 "Normal video signal" CONTR Shapely waveform Shapeless waveform After the STD adjustment is complete. enter FACTORY mode.7 Coarse Adjustment and Fine Adjustment of the Blue Make coarse and fine-adjustments of the blue in the same manner as with the red.5 and 3. red.6. check convergence errors with the patterns for all three colors on the monitor. adjust the COMP 31K and 33K RGB. check that the signal is shaped as shown below. SD-643HD5 3.8 Confirmation of Adjustment After the green.4 for the other screen modes. and enter Convergence Adjustment mode by pressing the SET/ENTER key. When all the adjustments are completed. The data will be written to the EEPROM as described above. and if any error in convergence is recognized. mode. described in 3. Check the patterns in all SCREEN modes.6. is needed.

Cut-G can be adjusted with little movement in STD OFFSET mode. 135 .SD-533HD5. Do not move the screen VR. SD-643HD5 6 -2 White Balance Adjustment This mode is to set the standard picture quality for a normal picture. Adjust the CUT-R and CUT-B so that the dark part of the screen becomes gray. 4 7 8 9 CH RETURN 8 9 : DRV-R : DRV-B CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR Color bar signal without color signal. TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER Adjust the DRV-R and DRV-B so that the bright part of the screen becomes white. 33K 9 0 SUB CH CH ENTER b : RGB < Data value > CH VOL 4 : CUT-B (–128 to 127) or ∗ : RGB mode cannot be adjusted. 0 CH 0 : CUT-R : CUT-B or : CUT-G Note : Refer to the following adjustment procedure. Start 1st FAC CH < Picture Quality > a 1 3 2 b ∗ TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH STD OFFSET : COLOR (–64 to 63) : TINT (–64 to 63) ∗ DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER (DOWN) 1 a COLOR 2 CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 ∞ Î b -24 4 8 0 9 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 4 8 : CONTRAST (–64 to 63) : BRIGHT (–128 to 127) : DRV-R (–64 to 63) : DRV-B (–64 to 63) : CUT-R (–128 to 127) : CUT-G (–128 to 127) 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR Telop: Blue Data value 1 3 ∞ : STD OFFSET : COMPORNENT 31.

• After the adjustment of STD OFFSET is completed.) revert to the factory-preset values. perform "(1) STD OFFSET". (I="0") Proceed with the adjustments in the following order: Adjustment (1) STD OFFSET (2) COMPONENT 31. it is OK if color temperature changes when color remperarure is changed.SD-533HD5. EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR Do not adjust the RGB. Other data are adjusted in factory shipment by 3 data of the following table . component 15K. D and T in the table above. etc. in principle. Data in other parts are fixed. 6 -3 Color/Tint Adjustment Start 1st FAC "Color Bar" TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT STD 4 SUB CH SLEEP OFFSET 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT DISPLAY 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 1 2 CH RETURN TINT CH MUTING VOL 4 Adjust 1 COLOR and 2 TINT so that the color-bar is set in the proper color saturation and the tint. SD-643HD5 Adjustment Procedure of White Balnce OFFSET Data Table COLOR TEMP Setting User Mode Input Signal LIVE Without RGB Input FILM STD FILM THEATER RGB Input LIVE γ FILM K L THEATER E TV COMPORNENT 15K B C M GAME THEATER F V COMPORNENT 31K 33K RGB D T STD OFFSET A Y GAME (RGB) J Adjustments are required for A. 33K (3) RGB Direct key DOWN A SUB CH+ A+D CH ENTER A+T Picture quality data on the screen Adjustment of all standard picture qualities Adjustment of D Adjustment of T Make adjustment only for items described as ADJ in the following table. Do NOT change other data. (refer to page 129.) • First. once "(1) STD OFFSET" is adjusted. It is OK if picture quality does not deviate greatly when input signal is changed (composite. 136 . then perform adjustments (2) and (3) so that the same picture quality (color temperature) as achieved in (1) is obtained. the data for other input signals (component. Furthermore.). • When readjusting. check other picture quality modes by switching color temperatures and signals. etc.

DIRECT KEY OFFSET MODE KEY ADJ NAME DIRECT KEY OFFSET MODE KEY ADJ NAME DIRECT KEY OFFSET MODE KEY ADJ NAME MODEL SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 MODEL SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 MODEL SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 DOWN STD OFFSET A 1 COLOR 2 TINT 3 CONTRAST 4 BRIGHT 5 SHARPNESS 6 DETAIL 7 S. V. V. M 8 R DRV 9 B DRV 0 R CUT CH+ G CUT CH– B CUT RED TV OFFSET B 1 COLOR 2 TINT 3 CONTRAST 4 BRIGHT 5 SHARPNESS ADJ ADJ ADJ ADJ 6 0 0 ADJ ADJ ADJ ADJ ADJ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D ADJ ADJ ADJ +15 –9 0 –6 ADJ ADJ ADJ ADJ ADJ BLUE (cyclically) THEATER OFFSET E 1 COLOR – 33 2 TINT –5 3 CONTRAST – 17 4 BRIGHT 0 5 SHARPNESS 0 6 DETAIL 0 8 R DRV –2 9 B DRV –1 0 R CUT 5 CH+ G CUT 4 CH– B CUT 6 GAME OFFSET F 1 COLOR 0 2 TINT 0 3 CONTRAST – 40 4 BRIGHT 0 5 SHARPNESS 0 6 DETAIL 0 8 R DRV –6 9 B DRV –9 0 R CUT 11 CH+ G CUT 9 CH– B CUT 16 THEATER OFFSET for RGB V 3 CONTRAST – 16 4 BRIGHT 0 8 R DRV –5 9 B DRV 1 0 R CUT – 11 CH+ G CUT –7 CH– B CUT – 14 GAME OFFSET for RGB J 3 CONTRAST – 36 4 BRIGHT 0 8 R DRV –8 9 B DRV –4 0 R CUT –8 CH+ G CUT –5 CH– B CUT –9 CH ENTER RGB OFFSET T 3 CONTRAST ADJ 4 BRIGHT ADJ 8 R DRV ADJ 9 B DRV ADJ 0 R CUT ADJ CH+ G CUT ADJ CH– B CUT ADJ SWAP COLOR TEMP FILM for STD L 3 CONTRAST –1 8 R DRV 9 9 B DRV – 16 0 R CUT –2 CH+ G CUT 1 CH– B CUT 6 SLEEP COLOR TEMP Film for THEATER M 3 CONTRAST –2 8 R DRV 7 9 B DRV – 20 0 R CUT –1 CH+ G CUT 1 CH– B CUT 7 DIRECT KEY OFFSET MODE KEY ADJ NAME MODEL SD-533HD5 SD-643HD5 K – 15 0 0 0 0 GREEN (cyclically) COLOR TEMP LIVE for STD 3 CONTRAST 0 8 R DRV –4 9 B DRV 7 0 R CUT 2 CH+ G CUT 0 CH– B CUT –2 COLOR TEMP LIVE for RGB 3 CONTRAST 0 4 BRIGHT 0 8 R DRV –3 9 B DRV 6 0 R CUT –2 CH+ G CUT –2 CH– B CUT –3 COLOR TEMP FILM for RGB 3 CONTRAST 0 4 BRIGHT 0 8 R DRV 4 9 B DRV – 18 0 R CUT 1 CH+ G CUT 0 CH– B CUT 3 γ Y 137 .6 present provinces. M 8 R DRV 9 B DRV 0 R CUT CH+ G CUT CH– B CUT SUB CH+ COMPONENT 31.SD-533HD5. V. M 8 R DRV 9 B DRV 0 R CUT CH+ G CUT CH– B CUT SUB CH – COMPONENT 15K C 1 COLOR 2 TINT 3 CONTRAST 4 BRIGHT 5 SHARPNESS 6 DETAIL 7 S. SD-643HD5 OFFSET DATA (VIDEO) ADJ :Adjustment item The numerical value is shipping a set value in the factory. 33K 1 COLOR 2 TINT 3 CONTRAST 4 BRIGHT 5 SHARPNESS 6 DETAIL 7 S. A set value is data of 2001.

SD-533HD5. Adjust so that the level of the luminosity of the panel and that of the main screen become the same. 20V GND Panel part: The level of this part changes with the BRIGHT data. adjust the brightness level which is low by 20V from Black level of the main screen. Approx. Enter Adjustment mode by following the procedures described above. Observe the same site as described in Step 2 above. 0V Main screen (white) The level of the panel part changes with the CONTRAST data. SD-643HD5 7 Panel Adjustment Start 1st FAC • Mode for adjusting the brightness. contrast of the gray part (panel) of the 4:3 normal screen.7µS 210V Main screen (black) Approx. and adjust the amplitude of the luminosity. 2 With BRIGHT. Adjust the panel part and the main screen with CONTRAST. . 31. TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 <Data value section> CH RETURN ADJUSTMENT PANEL SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC VOL BRIGHT –24 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL or RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR Telop : White Data value <Adjustment item section> 1 2 1 : BRIGHT (–64 to 63) 2 : CONTRAST (–64 to 63) Procedures 1 Send the black-burst signal to the INPUT 1 connector. The level of the main screen heightens or lowers in the reverse direction. By observing R1058-GK of the G CRT DRIVE Assy with the oscilloscope. 138 . 3 Switch the input signal to a 100%-white signal. adjust the gray part (panel) of the screen.

TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV INPUT 4 SUB CH ADJUSTMENT 480P PANEL TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT 3 <Data value section> BRIGHT –24 DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL Telop : Yellow RECEIVER Data value VOL or Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR <Adjustment item section> 1 2 1 : BRIGHT (–64 to 63) 2 : CONTRAST (–64 to 63) Note : • The adjustment procedures are the same as those described in " # Panel Adjustment. SD-643HD5 8 Panel Adjustment for 480P Start 1st FAC • Mode for adjusting the brightness.).SD-533HD5. contrast of the gray part (panel) of the 4:3 normal screen of 480P signal. and enter the SUB CONTRAST Adjustment mode by pressing the 4 key. input a value the same as BRIGHT and the CONTRAST data value that adjusted with step #. perform the following operations. 3 Enter the 1ST Factory and press the 5 key of the remote control unit. 2 Input the white 100% NTSC signal to the Composite input of INPUT 1.) 4 The screen changes to two screen display (split screen) by pressing the 7 key. 5 Adjust VOL + or ." except for the following: • Send the black burst of the 480P signal to the INPUT 1 connector. After the adjustment was completed. • Send a 100%-white 480P signal to the INPUT 1 connector. (The main unit receives the composite signal of INPUT 1 then. 1H MAIN SUB screen screen 139 .keys so that the level of SUB screen becomes closest to the level of MAIN screen. • When 480P signal is not obtained and adjustment does not complete. (Purposes: To match the picture quality of SUB screen with MAIN screen by two screen display) 1 Observe R1058-GK of the G CRT DRIVE Assy with the oscilloscope (20V/div.

D906 ANODE Hi Note: The anode of the diode is high only for a short time after the power is turned on until the protection circuits are activated (P. replace the POWER SUPPLY Assy. replace the SIGNAL Assy. Which LED (D107 or D111) is lit? D107 D111 to P.at "+15V (HT-)" JP is NOT approx.D. SD-643HD5 7. (1) Failure in the POWER SUPPLY Assy.) The LEDs are lit by the HOLD circuit. The SP line (CN901) is disconnected. Check if the FU201 fuse in the POWER SUPPLY Assy is blown. If AC CLK is NOT supplied. When these protection circuits are activated. And P. C927 (POWER SUPPLY Assy) D305 ANODE Hi Blown fuse(s) The voltage (approx. 140 . R319. and Q305. Abnormality in AUDIO OUTPUT The voltage at the negative electrode of the C923 and C927 is 5. (POWER SUPPLY Assy) The voltage HT+ (approx. If AC CLK is supplied.D (2) DEF. The voltage (approx. 6 V) at R336 is NOT supplied. 2. Assy P. Abnormality in the regulator of the heater 2. replace the SIGNAL Assy. 1. DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy IC901. Disconnect and check connector P11 (CN302) to see whether AC CLK is supplied.D.D. replace the POWER SUPPLY Assy. If STB 5 V is NOT supplied. V. hangs with the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy more first than the POWER SUPPLY Assy. works when there is a damage with the POWER SUPPLY Assy.D. There are four main possibilities: 1.D. D107 in the AWV1887 (For POWER SUPPLY Assy) 2. 22 V. P. D111 in the AWV1887 (For DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy) How to Diagnose a Failure P. 22 V) at "+21V (HT+)" JP is NOT supplied. Note: There is a case that DEF. 15 V. The defective parts can be easily diagnosed by observing the LEDs inside the POWER SUPPLY Assy.D. LED points 1. BLK does not come out.D. Abnormality in AUDIO OUTPUT Status D318 ANODE Hi Causes Abnormality in the regulator for the heater Check Items Probable Defective Parts The voltage of HT. D313. GENERAL INFORMATION 7.SD-533HD5. D312 that of the HT+ at "+21V (HT+)" JP is NOT approx. check the following: 1. In a case when the power cannot be on with no LED lit.: Power Down). Assy P.D. If STB 5 V is supplied.1 DIAGNOSIS 7.1 DIAGNOSIS METHOD Various protection circuits are provided for this unit. C923. Blown fuse(s) in secondary 3.D (1) PS Assy P. IC902 (POWER SUPPLY Assy) VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy and SIGNAL Assy Connect the SP line. D107 D111 M POWER SUPPLY ASSY SIDE A to P. 32 V) at R322 is NOT supplied. Disconnect and check connector P11 (CN302) to see whether STB 5 V is supplied.2 V or more. 3. the power of the unit is shut down (P. Front Example) If there is not 9V.1.

) The LEDs are lit by the HOLD circuit. Q511 Is the connector of the deflection yoke plugged in? D512 ANODE Hi Stopping H. D807 ANODE Hi V. turn on the power again. CONVER. P. IC1902 (VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy) IC802 Note: The anode of the diode is high only for a short time after the power is turned on until the protection circuits are activated (P. X-ray protection Status D503 ANODE Hi Causes Overload detection Check Items It checks whether the parts of the account of the right have broken. deflection stopping Abnormality in V.D. Q402 and IC402 are at the same level when the power is turned on. deflection stopping detection 3. If the FU302 and FU303 fuses are blown. CN402 and CN403. MUTING not activated Check that the electric potential of Pin 3 and Pin 4 of IC401 Q404. IC402 not added to the signals. If this happens. BLK signal at D506 (Cathode) D613 ANODE Hi X-ray protection No change in the ABL voltage (no DC change) at Pin 6 of D1914 (short-circuited) of the VIDEO IP the CN1401 when a 100%-white signal is repeatedly SERVICE Assy connected and disconnected T601 (FBT) rare short Check that the connector (D3) from the POWER SUPPLY Assy is plugged in to the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. only the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy is defective. 21V. Overload detection 2. Q1101. first replace only the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. Q1102 (CRT DRIVE Assy) Short D605 (short-circuited) Plug in the connector. Then. (2) Failure in the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. -20V. there may be a case where the power cannot be turned on. Q1052. When overload detection mechanism is activated. with just a whining sound. In the latter case.D.SD-533HD5. H. If the condition is ameliorated. and wait for five minutes. If the same symptom occurs. AMP of the CN401. SD-643HD5 2. deflection No HDRV signal at R548 No DH. the 120 V line is short-circuited. disconnect the AC cord from the AC outlet or turn the main power switch OFF. 15V. see the following table: Causes Check Items Probable Defective Parts Check that waveform signals are output from Pin 3 and Pin 1 Too high loading on the CONVER. DRV waveform that is output from Pin 8 of the CN2806 in the SIGNAL Assy (too long a high period with the DC voltage on) No waveform is output from Pin 4 of the CN505. 141 . and that the DC element is IC401. Q1051. Probable Defective Parts Q603 (short-circuited between D and S) Q511 (short-circuited between C and E) Q1001. Check that the connector (S6) from the SIGNAL Assy is plugged in to the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. Plug in the connectors. Be sure to check the fuses in the POWER SUPPLY Assy because one or more may be blown as a result of short-circuiting of the load circuit of the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. BLK 2 waveform that is output from Pin 4 of the CN2303 in the SIGNAL Assy (too long a high IC2401 (SIGNAL Assy) period with the DC voltage on) Abnormality in V. There are four main possibilities: 1. 5V and STB5V from the POWER SUPPLY Assy are not supplied because the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy is powered by the POWER SUPPLY Assy. IC1902 (VIDEO IP SERVICE Assy) Q508. Q1002. replace the POWER SUPPLY Assy. Note that the power may be shut down when the voltages 120V. the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy may not be defective. and where only the D107 LED in the POWER SUPPLY Assy is lit. If the power switch is set to ON again in this condition. Plug in the connectors.

Block Diagram of the Protection Circuit L POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611) M POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) Fuse Detection Circuit D305 CRT Heater Voltage Detection Circuit ASSY A SIGNAL (AWV1891) D906 D318 Audio Detection Circuit 142 . SD-643HD5 4.SD-533HD5.

SD-643HD5 J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) High Voltage &H. Def. Def Overload Detection Circuit D503 D613 X-ray Protection Circuit D512 H.SD-533HD5. Def. Stopping Detection Circuit 143 . Stopping Detection Circuit D807 V.

and slide till it seems that lower side of the SF Bracket V and remove the Screen Frame V. x5 Screw Screen fleme V 7 x2 Screw Screw Screw 7 x2 Screw Front Shield Plate 144 . SF Bracket V Remove the Screen Frame H Assy 13 5 and the Screen section together. and slide till it seems that lower side of the SF Bracket V and remove the Screen Frame V. and remove it in the front. 11 x2 Screen fleme H assy Screw 12 Screen fleme H assy is shifted to the right. Screen fleme V the 10 Remove SF Bracket V Caution: Since a crack is attached to a screen. it surely removes.1. it surely removes. SF Bracket V Screen fleme H assy Slide the Screen Frame V in the lower direction.2 DISASSEMBLY How to remove a front part Decoration Panel assy 4 3 5 Decoration Panel assy 3 5 1 x2 1 2 x2 Slides to the left side while inclining a little right side of the Decoration Panel Assy in front.SD-533HD5. Screw 6 Three connectors are removed. Caution: Be careful when removes it because each lead wire is connected to the Decoration Panel Assy. screen part section 9 Screw 9 8 8 Screw the 10 Remove SF Bracket V Caution: Since a crack is attached to a screen. 11 x2 Screw Slide the Screen Frame V in the lower direction. SD-643HD5 7. Screw Pull down the Decoration Panel Assy in the lower direction.

SD-533HD5. screen section part How to remove a Rear part 1 x3 Screw 1 x2 x3 Screw 1 Screw 1 x3 Screw 2 Rear Cover The notes on an assembly Screen flem V Decoration Panel assy SF Bracket V Clearance Decoration Panel assy Screw Screw Clearance A screw stop is brought near and turned up so that the clearance between a decoration panel assy and screen flem V may be lost. Screen fleme H assy 2 5 Remove the Screen Frame H Assy and the Screen section together. A Decoration Panel assy is set so that the joint of SF Bracket V may be suited. x3 145 . SD-643HD5 How to remove the screen (for adjusting Lens assemblies) 1 Lens Assy Lens Assy (Green) Lens Assy (Red) (Blue) Screen fleme H assy is shifted to the right.

*Confirm that is locked surely after put Anode Cable in the FBT. SD-643HD5 Disconnect the Anode Cable WARNING : Before disconnect the Anode Cable. unplug the AC plug and let the unit discharge for more than 1 minute. J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY FBT Note : When reconnecting the cable. After reconnecting. Cover Pull straight up Anode Cable Holding the cover firmly.SD-533HD5. turn counterclockwise and check that the lock has been disengaged. tug on the cable to check that it is secure. turn off the power. 146 . proceed in the reverse order.

SD-643HD5 7.SD-533HD5.3 WIRING DIAGRAM Front Section CRT SERVICE Assy G CRT SERVICE Assy R CRT SERVICE Assy B Focus VR (VR1) R CRT DRIVE Assy G CRT DRIVE Assy B CRT DRIVE Assy FBT Focus Wire At least 15 mm away from any other parts. 5cm Binder Focus VR (VR1) Binder 10cm 147 .1.

SD-533HD5. At least 15mm away from any other parts. ASSY J DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY M POWER SUPPLY ASSY A SIGNAL ASSY Ferrite Core AC Power Cord 148 . SD-643HD5 Rear Section At least 15mm away from any other parts. Loop with a radius of 50mm or more. Loop with a radius of 30mm or more. FBT F VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY K DIGITAL CONV.

When enter the Factory mode.1. remove the connectors from POWER SW Assy. SD-643HD5 7. This set is not turned on the power in the state that removed the connectors.) The connector of POWER SW Assy The connector of FRONT INPUT Assy and FRONT LED Assys Factory Key 149 .SD-533HD5. (Turn the Main Power SW to OFF when connects it. and can turn the MAIN POWER SW to ON. FRONT INPUT Assy and FRONT LED Assy and remove the Grille. Be careful there is a case to be turned on the power in the state that front side of this set opens. connect a connector that connected to the POWER SW Assy to the SHORT Assy. There is a Factory Key on the FRONT LED Assy. the front input and front key do not work because each Assy does not connect it. but the remote control unit works in the same way normally. In addition. transfer a code with the remote control unit or connect the FRONT LED Assy.4 The method of power-on (for service) SHORT Assy When removes the Front Grille. At this time.

SDA9280. •List of IC BD3867AS. NJM2283M. LA78045. PD5689A9 BD3867AS (POWER SUPPLY ASSY : IC902) • Audio Sound Processor IC Block Diagram 150 . LA4282. CD0031AM. TA1316AN. SD-643HD5 7. CXA2079Q.2. TC74HC126AF.SD533H5. CXA2019AQ. PQ30RV11. M52347FP. PD5688A9.2 PARTS 7.1 IC • The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams. M52065FP.

SD-643HD5 Pin Function 151 .SD533H5.

ASSY : IC1205) • 16bit DAC IC Block Diagram 152 . SD-643HD5 CD0031AM (DIGITAL CONV.SD533H5.

SD-643HD5 Pin Function 153 .SD533H5.

NT/PAL HUE TOT ON PAL ID F. 17 SGND2 18 Y OUT SUB COLOR 19 U OUT CXA2019AQ (SIGNAL ASSY : IC2702) 20 V OUT SD533H5.DRIVE V. output. 32fH VCO V COUNT DOWN ABL CENT ABL Y2 DRIVE U2 PED AFC HLOCK C MODE 50/60 V2 PED V2 DRIVE U2 DRIVE 9 ABLFILIN 11 Y2 IN 12 U2 IN 13 V2 IN 10 CP IN CV/YC SUB CONT SECAM TRAP ON CVBS/Y IN 34 CIN 32 VIDEO SW TRAP DELAY SHARPNESS CLAMP AUTO PEDESTAL NT/PAL SUB HUE ACC TOT BST AMP DELAY COLOR KILLER S GND 31 SECAM PHASE DET.SYNC SEP PHASE DET.H SYNC V SYNC V HOLD V2 OUT U2 OUT CERA 35 16 14 37 36 4 2 38 40 1 39 5 15 6 3 H TIM 7 V2 PED U2 PED V2 DRIVE U2 DRIVE Y2 OUT 8 Y2 DRIVE J GND ADRS IREF AFC SCL SCP V TIM SDA J Vcc I2C BUS DECORDER IREF 2fH H. clamping the PINP PROC.58 SW 30 25 29 28 27 26 PHASE SHIFT X'TAL PIN 33 23 24 DEM AXIS CHROMA DET. and varying the DC of the clamped portion.43/3. COLOR DET SW CLAMP 22 21 NT/PAL EXT COLOR ID AXIS COLOR ACC DET.F 2fH V PED Y DRIVE U PED TRAP SUB CONT DELAY PRE OVER SHP f0 SHARPNESS DC TRAN Y DRIVE U PED V PED ∗ The sub picture bright and white balance can be adjusted by receiving BGP or SCP output from the main picture Y/C/J. HUE KILLER LPF CHROMA VCO 4.SYNC SEP 1/32 H. SD-643HD5 • NTSC/PAL Chroma Decoder – (B_Y) OUT X 358 SECAM REF – (B_Y) IN X NTSC APC A PED Block Diagram – (R_Y) OUT – (R_Y) IN X 443/358 SVCC 154 .

Vcc Vcc 200 Vcc 4k 8 Y2 OUT 3V 8 8k Reinput system output. Vcc Vcc Vcc 2 AFC — 2 1. 155 .4k Connect a 10kΩ resistor between this pin and GND.2k 46k CR connection for AFC lag-lead filter.6k 20k Reinput system outputs.0V Power supply. 3 JVCC 9. 6 7 V2 OUT U2 OUT Vcc 3V 6 7 8. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Vcc Vcc Vcc 10k 28k 1 Description 1 CERA — 32fH (500 or 503. SD-643HD5 Pin Function Pin No.8V 4 150 20k 14. 5 J GND — Vcc 200 Jungle system (H/V) GND. Vcc 4 IREF 1.5kHz) ceramic oscillator connection.SD533H5.

Outputs a 0 to 5V positive polarity pulse. Input via a capacitor. Vcc Vcc 1k 15 H TIM — 15 20k 1k H timing pulse output.5V Vcc 11 11 12 13 Y2 IN U2 IN V2 IN 4V 12 13 1. SD-643HD5 Pin No. Vcc Vcc 15k 10 CP IN — 10 1. Vth: 2.2k 70k Reinput system inputs. Input the main picture BGP (SCP). Vcc Vcc 1k 14 V TIM — 14 20k 1k V timing pulse output. Outputs a 0 to 5V positive polarity pulse.SD533H5. Input the main picture Y/C/J ABLFIL voltage.2k Reinput system clamp pulse input. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Description Vcc Vcc 9 ABLFILIN — 9 37k 90k 90k ABLFIL voltage input. 156 .

70k 5. Output level: U = V = 1.SD533H5.6k 20k U/V (color difference signal) outputs.0V 2.0V 0.33Vp-p R-Y: 1.1Vp-p Vcc 200 Vcc 19 20 U OUT V OUT 3V 19 20 8. 16 SCP — 16 500µA HBLK BGP 5. The typ.2Vp-p (In case of setting data as shown in "I2C BUS Register Initial Settings. Input as negative polarity via a capacitor.2k Vcc Outputs BGP and HBLK as SCP (sand castle pulse).05Vp-p 157 . Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Description Vcc Vcc 1. Standard output level: 1.6V BGP 100µA Standard input levels: B-Y: 1.2k Vcc 21 22 – (R_Y) IN – (B_Y) IN Color difference signal inputs.") Vcc 21 22 1. 18 Y OUT 3V 20k 18 6k Y (luminance signal) output.3V 17 SGND2 — Vcc 200 Vcc GND. waveform is as follows. SD-643HD5 Pin No.

the IC is set to SECAM mode. Connect the PALN and 4.665Vp-p R-Y: 0.0V Vcc Power supply.43MHz VCO oscillator waveform is output centering on DC = 5V only during the VBLK interval. 31 S GND — 158 . SD-643HD5 Pin No.2k 25k CR connection for APC lag-lead filter.5V 30 40k When the IC is set to SECAM identification mode.SD533H5. and the NTSC crystal to Pin 26.43MHz VCO oscillator waveform is output from this pin centering on DC 1.2k 29 APC — 29 1. Vcc Vcc 6k 10p Vcc 30 SECAM REF 1.43MHz crystal to Pin 28. GND.5V. the 4. In SECAM mode. 4k 26 27 28 X NTSC X 358 X443/358 Vcc — 26 27 28 500 Crystal oscillator connections. the 4.2k 25 SVCC 9. Connect the PALM crystal to Pin 27. Vcc Vcc 1. Standard output levels: B-Y: 0.6V 24 1. Output as negative polarity. If a 150µA current is led from this pin during this identification mode. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Description Vcc Vcc 23 Vcc 23 24 Color difference signal outputs.525Vp-p – (B_Y) OUT – (R_Y) OUT 5.

Connect a capacitor. 34 CVBS/Y IN — Standard input level: 2Vp-p 1. Vcc 1. Standard input level (burst level) : 570mVp-p 32 C IN — Vcc Vcc Vcc Vcc 33 A PED — 33 16k 20k 20k 1.2k Black peak hold for auto pedestal (black expansion).2k Vcc 35 ADRS — 35 77k 30k This pin is used to switch the slave address.2k 34 Vcc 1.5 V 159 . Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Vcc 10p 32 30k 30k Description Chroma signal input. Vcc: 9AH GND: 9EH Vth = 2.2k 70k Y signal input. Input via a capacitor.SD533H5. SD-643HD5 Pin No.

Input a 2Vp-p video signal via a capacitor and resistor. SD-643HD5 Pin No. Vcc 14k 24k 39 H SYNC 2.5V Vihmin = 3V Volmax = 0. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Description Vcc 36 37 SCL SDA — 36 37 4k 4k I2C BUS SCL (Serial Clock) and SDA (Serial Data). Vilmax = 1. Connect a capacitor.4V Vcc 15k 24k 38 V SYNC 3.SD533H5. Input a 2Vp-p video signal via a capacitor and resistor. 160 .5V 150 39 10µA 20k H sync separation input. 55k Vcc 40 V HOLD — 40 150 1k 50k Peak hold for V sync separation.5V 150 38 20µA 33k V sync separation input.

and a total gain is 0dB (LOUT1 and ROUT1 can be changed to –6dB). SD-643HD5 CXA2079Q (SIGNAL ASSY : IC2801) • S2-Compatible 6-Input 2-Output Audio/Video Switch Block Diagram TV 63 V1 V2 1 8 6dB 6dB 53 VOUT1 49 YIN1 56 YOUT1 55 TRAP1 V3 15 V4 22 V5 60 6dB Y1 3 Y2 10 Y3 17 Y4 24 6dB 6dB 58 COUT1 51 CIN1 41 VOUT2 45 YIN2 39 YOUT2 C1 5 6dB C2 12 C3 19 C4 26 BIAS 37 COUT2 43 CIN2 57 VGND 50 BIAS 42 VCC 35 AGND LTV 62 LV1 LV2 2 9 6dB 0dB 44 AGND2 52 LOUT1 LV3 16 LV4 23 LV5 59 6dB RTV 64 RV1 4 6dB 54 ROUT1 6dB 0dB 38 LOUT2 40 ROUT2 36 DC OUT 33 SCL 34 SDA 32 ADR 7 S-1 RV2 11 RV3 18 RV4 25 RV5 61 Logic 14 S-2 21 S-3 28 S-4 NC 29 NC 30 NC 31 NC 46 NC 47 6 S2-1 13 S2-2 20 S2-3 27 S2-4 48 MUTE Audio system is attenuated by 6dB for 6k Ω resistor input. 161 .SD533H5.

Output composite video signals. Input luminance signals.0V 1 8 22 60 Video signal inputs. The YIN1 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT1 pin output.5k Video signal outputs.9V 53 41 30k 27k 23. Input composite video signals.SD533H5.5V 9 Audio signal inputs.0V 17 24 49 45 Y/C separation signal inputs. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit Description 63 1 8 15 22 60 TV V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 VCC 63 15 150 3µA 4. 3 10 17 24 49 45 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 YIN1 YIN2 3 10 VCC 150 3µA 4. Input chrominance signals. 162 . The YIN2 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT2 pin output. The CIN1 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT1 pin output. SD-643HD5 Pin Function Pin No.5V 19 26 51 43 62 2 9 16 23 59 64 4 11 18 25 61 LTV LV1 LV2 LV3 LV4 LV5 RTV RV1 RV2 RV3 RV4 RV5 62 64 2 4 11 VCC 33k 27k 4. Y/C separation signal inputs. The CIN2 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT2 pin output. 5 12 19 26 51 43 C1 C2 C3 C4 CIN1 CIN2 5 12 VCC 20k 150 27k 4. 15k 16 18 23 25 59 61 VCC 250 VCC 53 41 VOUT1 VOUT2 3.

5V 38 54 40 Audio signal outputs.5V or more 90H when open 5V 7 14 21 28 S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 7 — VCC 100k 50k VCC 50k VCC 14 21 28 10k VCC 147 32 28k 72k 32 ADR — 163 .5V or less 92H at 2.5V or more These pins are pulled down to GND by a 100kΩ resistor. Output chrominance signals. Composite video/S selector.3V or more to 2.5V 58 37 Video signal outputs.SD533H5. Zo = 50Ω (within DC ± 2mA) VCC VCC 6 13 20 27 S2-1 S2-2 S2-3 S2-4 6 VCC 147 100k — 13 20 27 Detects the S2-compatible DC superimposed onto the C signal. S signal at 3. Selects the slave address for the I 2C bus. VCC VCC 56 20k 20k 52 38 54 40 LOUT1 LOUT2 ROUT1 ROUT2 52 4.5V or less Composite video signal at 3.3V or less 4:3 letter-box signal at 1. SD-643HD5 Pin No. 4:3 video signal at 1. Output luminance signals. so the 4:3 video signals are selected when open. so the composite video signals are selected when open. The detection results are written to the status register.5V or more These pins are pulled up to 5V by a 100kΩ resistor. 90H at 1.3V 56 39 Video signal outputs. VCC VCC VCC VCC 58 37 COUT1 COUT2 4.5V or less 16:9 picture squeezed signal at 2. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit VCC VCC VCC VCC Description 56 39 YOUT1 YOUT2 3.

8V 55 1k Connects trap circuit for subcarrier.9V 3 4.4V VCC 4k 36 28k 1k 36 DC OUT — Q1 Outputs the S2-compatible DC superimposed onto the COUT2 output.0V VOLmax = 0.SD533H5.5V or less Mute ON at 2. Q1 is ON and the impedance is 5kΩ. SD-643HD5 Pin No. The DC is superimposed by connecting this pin to the COUT2 output via a capacitor. S2 protocol output DC impedance of 10 ± 3kΩ is realized by attaching external resistance of 4.5V VIHmin = 3.5V or more Mute OFF when open VCC VCC VCC 147 50 BIAS 4. Symbol Pin voltage Equivalent circuit VCC Description 33 SCL — 4k 33 10k I2C bus signal input VILmax = 1.0V VCC 34 SDA — 34 4k I2C bus signal input VILmax = 1.5V VCC 100 55 TRAP1 3.5V 20k 50 20k Internal reference bias (Vcc/2). When 0V is output.7kΩ. 164 .5V VIHmin = 3. VCC 147 48 28k 72k 48 MUTE — Audio signal output mute.5V 1 0V 2 1. Control is performed by the I2C bus. DC OUT (bus) Output DC 0 4. Connects to GND via a capacitor. Mute OFF at 1.

SD533H5. SD-643HD5 LA4282 (POWER SUPPLY ASSY : IC901) • Audio IC Block Diagram 165 .

SD-643HD5 LA78045 (DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY : IC802) • Bus Supported TV Disply Vertical Output Block Diagram 166 .SD533H5.

SD-643HD5 M52065FP (SIGNAL ASSY : IC2802) • Analog Switch Block Diagram Pin Function 167 .SD533H5.

SD-643HD5 M52347FP (SIGNAL ASSY : IC3901) • Sync Signal Processor Block Diagram 168 .SD533H5.

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SD533H5. SD-643HD5 PQ30RV11 (POWER SUPPLY ASSY : IC302) • Low Power-Loss Voltage Regulators Block Diagram 173 .

SD533H5. SD-643HD5 SDA9280 (VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY : IC3602) • Disply Processor Block Diagram 174 .

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SD533H5. SD-643HD5 TA1316AN (VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY : IC1902) • YCbCr/YPbPr Signal and Sync Processor for Digital TV. Progressive Scan TV and Duble Scan. Block Diagram 177 .

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SD533H5. SCL output for CXA2019 (sub color demodulation) CXA2079 (AV I/O). SD-643HD5 TC74HC126AF (VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY : IC3205) • Quad Bus Buffer Pin Arrangement PD5688A9 (SIGNAL ASSY : IC2302) • MAIN U-COM Pin Function No. SDA output for CXA2019 (sub color demodulation) The output for ANT SW change SR remote control signal input For sound multiplex control (MTS information) The input for electric discharge detection The power supply for analogs. Connect with +5V 188 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Mark HSYNC VSYNC P40/AD4 P41/INT2 P42/TIM2 P43/TIM3 P24/AD3 P25/AD2 P26/AD1 P27 P00/PWM4 P01/PWM5 P02/PWM6 P17/SIN P44/INT1 P45/SOUT P46/SCLK AVCC - Pin Name VDRV KEY ST1 HSYNC1 HSYNC2 AFT2 AFT1 RLS FMONO MPX SCL2 SDA2 ANTSW REM SAP1 DET AVCC I/O I I I I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I/O I/O - Description Vsync input for V interruption processing The analog DC voltage input for KEY input distinction For sound multiplex control (MTS information) horizontal sync count input for tuner 1 reception horizontal sync count input for tuner 2 reception The AFT analog voltage input for tuners 2 The AFT analog voltage input for tuners 1 DC input for ROOM LIGHT SENSOR For sound multiplex control (MTS change) For sound multiplex control (MTS change) CXA2079 (AV I/O). uPD64082 (3DY/C). TA1270 (main color demodulation). uPD64082 (3DY/C). TA1270 (main color demodulation).

SD-643HD5 No.0Vpp) GND The input terminal of a main clock generating circuit The output terminal of a main clock generating circuit GND STB5V The AC. VHOLD CVIN CNVSS XIN XOUT VSS VCC P63/OSC1/XCIN P64/OSC2/XCOUT NC RESET P31 P30 P03 P16/I2/INT3 P15 P14/SDA2 P13/SCL2 P12/SCL2 P11/SCL1 P10/OUT2 P23 P22 P21 P20 P07/PWM3 P06/PWM2 P05/PWM1 P04/PWM0 P55/OUT1 P54/B P53/G P52/R RESET RELAY MONMUTE SMUTE SBUSY EEPRST ESDA SDA1 ESCL SCL1 VMUTE AMUTE CMUTE GENB GRST GDATA GCLK SSDA SSCL RST PASS STDSW (TUSW) 189 . SDA output for BD3867 (audio) control SCL signal for EEP ROM communication TUNER 1 and 2. the signal output for mute (at the time of a function change and power supply ON /OFF) MUTE for sub screens The BUSY signal for communication between sub microcomputers RESET output for EEPROM SDA signal for EEP ROM communication TUNER 1 and 2. TA1316 (jungle) and CM0010 (multi-screen). SCL output for BD3867 (audio) control Image mute output (a main screen and sub screen is mute) Audio mute output Convergence mute output ENB output for HG62G010R29FB (auto zoom IC) control RESET output for HG62G010R29FB (auto zoom IC) control HG62G010R29FB (auto zoom IC) and DATA output for control HG62G010R29FB (auto zoom IC) and CLK output for control SDA signal for the communication between sub microcomputers SCL signal for the communication between sub microcomputers Three dimensional YC. TA1316 (jungle) and CM0010 (multi-screen). 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 HLF RVCO Mark Pin Name HLF RVCO VHOLD SCCY CNVSS XIN XOUT VSS VCC ACCLK I/O I I O I I/O I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O Description The external parts for CCD timing signal generating circuits are connected The external parts for CCD timing signal generating circuits are connected The external parts for CCD standard voltage generating circuits are connected. the reset signal output for multi-screens Two screen ON / OFF VCR non-standard signal detection (for AFC filter change) It is an object for a frequency characteristic change at the time of a television function. The picture signal input for sub screen V CHIP detection (2.CLK detection input for AC power supply OFF detection RESET input Power supply relay control A monitor out signal.SD533H5.

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 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Mark HSYNC VSYNC P40/AD4 P41/INT2 P42/TIM2 P43/TIME3 P24/AD3 P25/AD2 P26/AD1 P27/AD5 P00/PWM4 P50/PWM7 P01/PWM5 P47 P02/PWM6 P51 P17/SIN/R0 P32 P44/INT1 P56 P45/SOUT P57 P46/SCLK AVCC HLF/AD6 P72/(SIN) P71/VHOLD P70/CVIN CNVSS XIN XOUT VSS VCC P63/OSC1/XCIN Pin Name DHBLK VDRV COPT VS HS SYNCDET HOSCSW MCOMPSW SCOMPSW COMPOX2 SESCL HSIZEADJ SESDA MODE1 VSIZEADJ NC CRESET YGSW NC SEEPRST NC NC CBUSY AVCC HLF RVCO VHOLD CC Y1 CNVSS XIN XOUT VSS VCC OSC1 I/O I I I I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O I/O O I/O O I/O O I O I/O O I/O I I I I I O I I/O I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Description Synchronizing signal for CCD display Synchronizing signal for CCD display Vsync input The option port for EEPROM existence change for convergence examination The vertical synchronization input for fH detection of a component signal The horizontal synchronization input for fH detection of a component signal The signal input for RGB input separation SYNC distinction horizontal free run frequency change Main composite (S) / component change signal Sub composite (S) / component change signal Component signal detection for sub screens SCL output for EEP ROM for convergence examination PWM output for horizonatal size adjustment SDA output for EEP ROM for convergence examination The signal for PINKEY change 1 PWM output for vertical size adjustment RESET signal for CM0022 (digital convergence) control Y / G change control output for HS RESET output for EEPROM BUSY signal for CM0022 (digital convergence) control The power supply for analogs. Connect with +5V. the video signal input for V CHIP detection (2. The external parts for CCD standard voltage generating circuits are connected.SD533H5. The external parts for CCD timing signal generating circuits are connected. SD-643HD5 PD5689A9 (VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY : IC1401) • SUB U-COM Pin Function No. The external parts for CCD timing signal generating circuits are connected.0Vpp) GND The input terminal of a main clock generating circuit The output terminal of a main clock generating circuit GND Power supply +5V The clock input for a display (ceramic oscillation mode) The clock output for a display (ceramic oscillation mode) Reset input The write-protection signal for EEP ROM with CM0022 (digital convergence) 480i / 480p signal change SW Reserve (at the time of VMASK starting signal for MUTE) PLL(IP) unlock detection (temporary construction law) BUSY output for main microcomputer communication SDA output for CM0022 (digital convergence) SDA input for main microcomputer communication (hardware) P64/OSC2/XCOUT OSC2 RESET P31/AD8 P30/AD7 P03/PWM7 P16/INT3/B0 P15/G0 P14/SDA2 P13/SDA1 RESET WP 480PSW MASKMUTE (UNLOCK) SBUSY CSDA SSDA 190 . Main screen CCD.

44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 P67 Mark P12/SCL2 P66 P11/SCL1 P65 P10/OUT2 P23 P22 P21 P20 P62 P07/PWM3 P61 P06/PWM2 P60 P05/PWM1 P04/PWM0 P55/OUT1 P54/B/B1 P53/G/H1 P52/R/R1 Pin Name BMUTE SCL5 GMUTE SSCL RMUTE OSDHALF PLLENB IPRST IPERR IPBUSY IPCLK IPDATA PLLCLK PLLDATA 43RST SCL3 SDA3 OSDBLK OSDB OSDG OSDR I/O O I/O O I/O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O I/O O I/O O I/O I/O O O O O Description Blue monochrome mute signal output SCL output for CM0022 (digital convergence) Green monochrome mute signal output SCL input for main microcomputer communication (hardware) Red monochrome mute signal output OSDHALF output ENB output for CXA3106 (PLL IC) control The reset signal output for IP conversion ERR signal for IP conversion BUSY signal for IP conversion CLK signal for IP conversion DATA signal for IP conversion CLK output for CXA3106 (PLL IC) control DATA output for CXA3106 (PLL IC) control The reset signal for SDA9280 CLK output for SDA9280 (480P4:3 compression) DATA output for SDA9280 (480P4:3 compression) OSD BLK output OSD B output OSD G output OSD R output 191 .SD533H5. SD-643HD5 No.

SD-643HD5 7. PB. DON‘T CONNECT WITH THE OTHER EQUIPMENT. R L V SAT/Digital tuner 192 SIGNAL PR /CR RGB INPUT 3 SIGNAL V L R .3 EXPLANATION CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT DVD/LD player VCR VCR OUTPUT AUDIO R L VIDEO S-VIDEO R L V R L V SIGNAL SIGNAL SIGNAL R L V SIGNAL INPUTS OUTPUT INPUT 3 MONITOR INPUTS COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 Y INPUT 1 INPUT 2 ANTENNA / CABLE VIDEO PB /CB B INPUTS CONTROL A L (MONO) THIS IS EXCLUSIVE TERMINAL FOR HDTV BROADCASTING.SD-533HD5. AUDIO R OUT INPUT 1 INPUT 3 S-VIDEO Rear panel R L V SIGNAL Use these terminals to input signals from a DVD player which has component video output terminals (Y. PR).

FREEZE screen and SEARCH screen functions cannot be used when 1080i or 480p component signals are input. PB (CB) and PR (CR) – output from DVD players and the like. Format DVD player. etc.75 kHz 31.734 kHz 33. etc. • The RGB input jack is designed for use in connecting a digital tuner with RGB signal output. S-VIDEO INPUT jacks • Inputs signals from a DVD/LD player that has an S-VIDEO output jack. H and V – output from digital tuners and the like. RGB INPUT jack Inputs five signals – R.468 kHz Vertical frequency 60 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz MONITOR OUTPUT jacks These are used for connecting the monitor to a VCR for recording.75 kHz Vertical frequency 60 Hz 1080 i 193 . Connect the VCR's outputs to the monitor's VIDEO inputs. 480 i 1080 i 480 p Horizontal frequency 15. Format Digital tuner NOTES: • SPLIT screen. the output signal will be a composite of Y and C. SD-643HD5 Front panel INPUT 4 S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R R L VIDEO S-VIDEO OUTPUT (MONO) V L R R L V Video movie/VCR INPUT jacks There are 4 sets of inputs for VCR and DVD/LD players. Use RCA-type pin plug cords (the same as those used in Hi-Fi systems) for connections. Digital tuner. or for linking it to another monitor. connect the source to the L-(MONO) jack. Input format in which images can be received. • Signals from MONITOR OUTPUT jacks will not be output when component signals or RGB signals are input.SD-533HD5. These jacks output the video and audio signals of the source currently selected by the INPUT selector. Connect these output jacks to your VCR's inputs. Horizontal frequency 33. • When the signal input from the S-VIDEO INPUT jack is output from the MONITOR OUTPUT jack. COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jack Inputs three signals – Y. B. Input formats in which images can be received. When the audio source to be connected is mono. and it should accordingly never be used for connecting to a personal computer or other device. G.

composite signal. the RGB signal will be displayed on screen. are simultaneously input to INPUT 3.SD-533HD5. AUDIO PR /CR RGB INPUT 3 R OUT INPUT 1 INPUT 3 S-VIDEO Rear panel L R SIGNAL SIGNAL R L OUTPUT AUDIO R L RGB Digital tuner NOTE: When the 3 signals. and S signal. 194 . SD-643HD5 INPUTS INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT INPUT 3 MONITOR INPUTS COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 Y ANTENNA / CABLE VIDEO PB /CB B INPUTS CONTROL A L (MONO) THIS IS EXCLUSIVE TERMINAL FOR HDTV BROADCASTING. DON‘T CONNECT WITH THE OTHER EQUIPMENT. RGB signal.

NOT RATED TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES RATING TV-Y TV-Y7 Age-Base TV-G TV-PG TV-14 TV-MA TV-Y TV-Y7 Description and Content Themes FV – ‡ – – – – D – – – ‡ ‡ – L – – – ‡ ‡ ‡ S – – – ‡ ‡ ‡ V – – – ‡ ‡ ‡ TV-14 FV: D: L: S: V: Fantasy Violence Sexually Suggestive Dialog Adult Language Sexual Situations Violence All Children. This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age. the V-chip has become a required component in television sets. The V-chip is a computer chip which decodes signals added to broadcast signals transmitted by television broadcasters. This program is specifically designed TV-G to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.A. Some material may not be suitable for children. Note: For those programs where fantasy violence may be more intense or more combative than other programs in this category.S.CHIP) FUNCTION Since laws have been passed in the United States requiring a way of blocking undesirable programming. This program is designed for children age 7 and above. and viewers may specify settings which block certain types of programming. X Rating is an older rating that is the same as NC-17 and may be encoded on the data of older movies. PARENTAL STRONGLY CAUTIONED. The program contains one or more of the following: (D) Some suggestive dialogue (L) Infrequent coarse language (V) Moderate violence (S) Some sexual situations 195 . Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. RATING SYSTEM> MPAA RATING RATING G PG PG-13 Age-Base R NC-17 X NR GENERAL AUDIENCES.. All ages admitted. PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED. The V-chip uses the following rating system. RESTRICTED. <U. amount of violence or sexual content) and age. Parents Strongly Cautioned. General Audience. Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages. NO ONE 17 AND UNDER ADMITTED. Program blocking may be set to a specific level judged by parents to be undesirable for children depending on their age and the content of the programming in question.g. The V-chip makes it impossible for such children to view programs with ratings exceeding the specified level. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. SD-643HD5 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. These signals are classified by programming content (e. This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. This program contains one or more of the following: (D) Intensely suggestive dialogue (L) Strong coarse language (S) Intense sexual situations (V) Intense violence TV-MA Mature Audience Only. This program contains one or more of the following: (L) Crude indecent language (S) Explicit sexual activity (V) Graphic violence TV-PG Parental Guidance Suggested. such programs will be designated TV-Y7-FV. Directed to Older Children.SD-533HD5. This program is designed to be appropriate for all children.

RAT I NG SYST EM CANAD I AN RAT I NG SYST EM EX I T USE: END: MENU HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC SET/ ENTER ∞ 5. A . A . Select PROGRAM BLOCK in the same way. TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 5 2 SET/ ENTER SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH 3 CC CHANNE L SE T UP CONVERGENCE PROGRAM BLOCK CHANGE PASSWORD RLS : OF F EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER DISPLAY SLEEP ∞ 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 3. enter the default password of ‘1234’. RAT I NG SYST EM CANAD I AN RAT I NG SYST EM EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER ∞ 196 . S . Changing Password for instructions on how to do so. CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 CC SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE PROGRAM BLOCK I NPUT YOUR PASSWORD – – – – 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT 9 EX I T USE: END: MENU ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î 4. 5 PROGRAM BLOCK BLOCK : OF F U . SD-643HD5 PROGRAM BLOCK (V.SD-533HD5. S . • If the password has not been changed as described in Changing Password . 5 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC PROGRAM BLOCK BLOCK : ON OF F U . Select BLOCK . Enter a password. • Press numeric buttons ‘0’ through ‘9’ to enter a four-digit password. • If you wish to change the password (recomended). 2. Set BLOCK to ON.CHIP) FUNCTION • SETTING THE PROGRAM BLOCKING LEVEL 1. Press MENU and select SET UP by using the 5 or ∞ button and then pressing SET/ENTER.

S . Select and confirm the rank of the TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES.S. SD-643HD5 6.A. A . 5 2 TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV SET/ ENTER 3 CC PROGRAM BLOCK BLOCK : ON U . A . • NOTE: • Blocking programming with a low rating will cause all programming with a higher rating also to be blocked. If you selected U. Select MPAA RATING or TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES . VOL CH MUTING 4 5 DTV/DVD TOP MENU EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU 2 SET/ ENTER 3 SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE CC 3 ∞ MPAA RAT I NG G: V NC – 1 7 : V PG : V X: V PG – 1 3 : V NR : V R: V EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER 5 Î 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC ∞ HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR MPAA RAT I NG G: V NC – 1 7 : V PG : V X: V PG – 1 3 : V NR : V R: V G: V I EW BLOCK EX I T USE: SET/ ENTER END: MENU 9. 5 TV PARENTAL GU I DE L I NES FV TV – Y V – TV – Y7 V V NEXT USE: END: MENU 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC SET/ ENTER ∞ 5 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC ∞ TV PARENTAL GU I DE L I NES D L S V TV – G V – – – – TV – PG V B V V V TV – 1 4 V B V V V TV –MA V – V V V EX I T END: MENU USE: SET/ ENTER 197 . the setting will toggle between ‘B’ (Block) and ‘V’ (View). Select and then confirm the rank of the MPAA RATING. RATING SYSTEM or CANADIAN RATING SYSTEM. RAT I NG SYST EM CANAD I AN RAT I NG SYST EM EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER ∞ TV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 7. Select U. RATING SYSTEM .SD-533HD5. S . RAT I NG SYST EM MPAA RAT I NG TV PARENTAL GU I DE L I NES EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER ∞ CH RETURN 8.S.A. SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 5 2 SET/ ENTER 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 3 CC PROGRAM BLOCK U . Each time the SET/ENTER button is pressed. • The NR’ (not rated) MPAA RATING may be set to ‘View’ or ‘Block’ without regard to other ratings.

select and then confirm the rank of the ENGLISH RATING (If you selected FRENCH go to step 12). If you selected CANADIAN RATING SYSTEM in step 6. TV/SAT/DVD MENU 198 . select ENGLISH or FRENCH . 5 2 SET/ ENTER DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 3 CC ENGL I SH RAT I NG C: V 14+ : C8 + : V 18+ : G: V PG : V EX I T USE: V V SET/ ENTER ∞ END: MENU CH RETURN 5 VOL CH MUTING 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC 4 ∞ DTV/DVD TOP MENU EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU ENGL I SH RAT I NG C: V 14+ : V C8 + : V 18+ : V G: V PG : V G: V I EW BLOCK EX I T USE: SET/ ENTER END: MENU Go to step 13. If you selected ENGLISH. Select and then confirm the rank of the FRENCH RATING. SD-643HD5 10. 12. press MENU to turn the menu off. 5 2 TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV SET/ ENTER 3 CC PROGRAM BLOCK CANAD I AN RAT I NG SYST EM ENGL I SH FRENCH EX I T USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER TV INPUT ANT ∞ 4 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH 11. After setting.SD-533HD5. 5 2 Î SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER SET/ ENTER 3 CC ∞ FRENCH C: 8+ : 13+ : 16+ : EX I T RAT I NG V 18+ : V V V USE: V SET/ ENTER END: MENU HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR 5 2 SET/ ENTER 3 CC ∞ FRENCH C: 8+ : 13+ : 16+ : G: EX I T RAT I NG V 18+ : V V V V V I EW BLOCK USE: END: MENU SET/ ENTER 13.

A 3 6 PROGRAM B LOCKED : PG Still screen CHANGING PASSWORD If you forget the password: When the message ‘INPUT YOUR PASSWORD’ in step 3 is displayed. NOTE: If the monitor power is turn OFF then turned ON again. switch to the Main picture for that channel and then remove blocking. the screen at search picture side will be blacked out and won't display: “Key mark”. When viewing in FREEZE screen mode. SD-643HD5 HOW TO REMOVE BLOCKING FROM A PROGRAM IN • PROGRESS If you choose a program that has a rating higher than your program blocking rating. ANT . 199 . To remove blocking from Search picture screen. When blocking is on during SEARCH screen mode. programs are blocked in SEARCH screen mode. but blocking can be removed only from the Main picture.SD-533HD5. If you press the SET button on the remote control. the picture and sound will cut off. the Program Blocked screen will appear again and you'll need to re-enter the password to view the program. only programming on the Moving screen to the left will be blocked and the programming on the Still screen to the right will be displayed as is. the password screen will appear. press the RETURN button on the front panel and hold it down for 3 seconds or longer. A 3 6 • PROGRAM BLOCKED MPAA RAT I NG :R • this viewing only. Moving screen Still screen « Block ANT . The password reverts to “1234”. If you enter your password the blocking will be removed for • REMOVING BLOCKING IN MULTI-SCREEN MODE • Just as in normal single-screen mode.

• Pressing the MENU button in SPLIT or FREEZE screen mode restores the screen display to normal and displays the menu on screen. We thus recommend that these modes only be used in conjunction with the normal screen mode. • Continuous operation for extended periods in SPLIT or FREEZE screen mode may burn out the screen. making it possible to view different images on the left and right. The screen on left side is the main picture. entry. • When a TV broadcast is being received. A 3 6 ANT . If this occurs. • RGB signals input from INPUT3 cannot be displayed. When the SELECT button is pressed. Pressing the SPLIT button again will restore the original screen. To listen to sound for a sub picture. ANT . – buttons are pressed. the SWAP operation cannot be done. If antenna B is displayed on the left screen during SPLIT screen. A 2 5 SPLIT DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER (Main picture) (Sub picture) CH RETURN • VOL CH MUTING • • • 4 When the SUB CH +. the right screen may be disrupted. press the SWAP button and switch the screens on the left and the right. the screen on the right will not show the antenna B signal. Regular operations can be performed on the main picture. The screen can be frozen. such as for taking down a recipe from a cooking program or an address for entering a quiz. is entered to the left screen during SPLIT screen mode. The MONITOR OUTPUT terminal outputs the main picture signal. the \ will move to the other screen. use the right screen for TV game etc. Sound from the TV speaker will only be output for the main picture. and the other screen is the sub-picture. SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH • Press the SPLIT button. Sound will be output for the main picture. • If the non-interlace signal for a TV game etc. A 3 6 ANT .SD-533HD5. FREEZE Moving screen Moving screen Still screen • • This function is operable only with the normal screen. SD-643HD5 MULTI-SCREEN FUNCTION • VIEWING TWO SCREENS (SPLIT screen) • TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 • The screen can be split vertically. or the like. Press the FREEZE button. 200 . • MAKING NOTES ON PROGRAM CONTENT (FREEZE screen) NOTES: • The same image cannot be viewed as both the main picture and the sub-picture. the channel for the subpicture will be changed. • These functions cannot be used when INPUT 1 or INPUT 2 is receiving a 1080i or 480p component signal (or the signals might not be received or noise might be generated). Pressing the FREEZE button again will restore the original screen.

– buttons. SD-643HD5 • SEARCHING FOR A PROGRAM ON A DIFFERENT CHANNEL (SEARCH screen) The screen on the right side can be made into nine or three different screens. If the channel or input source is changed. A 3 6 A 4 A10 A 8 Main picture Search picture • • Press the SELECT button to select the image that you wish to switch the channel or input source to. If 9 or more channels have been preset. the screens will automatically be switched and displayed. Antenna B channels cannot be displayed on this screen. TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV TV INPUT ANT Press the SEARCH button. • Continuous operation for extended periods in SEARCH screen mode may burn out the screen. • These functions cannot be used when INPUT 1 or INPUT 2 is receiving a 1080i or 480p component signal (or the signals might not be received or noise might be generated). • The only channels displayed on the SEARCH screen will be those with input signals input from antenna A. making it possible to search for programs or enjoy multiple images. We thus recommend that these modes only be used in conjunction with the normal screen mode. SEARCH screen mode will turn off. the antenna A preset channel (see page 26) will be displayed as a frozen image. are entered to the left screen during 9-SEARCH screen or 3-SEARCH screen modes. • RGB signals input from INPUT3 cannot be displayed.SD-533HD5. antenna or CH +. You can operate the screen that is selected by the yellow arrow. A 3 6 1 4 8 CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 12 18 30 41 49 52 Main picture Search picture • • Pressing the MENU button in SEARCH screen mode restores the screen display to normal and displays the menu on screen. 2 3-SEARCH screen ANT . direct channel selection buttons if channel. Normal screen 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 3-SEARCH screen 9-SEARCH screen 1 9-SEARCH screen ANT . • If non-interlace signal for TV video games etc. • • On the search picture. (Use only the selector buttons. 4 SEARCH 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP • Each time the SEARCH button is pressed. The search picture cannot be operated.) Sound output is limited to the main picture. 201 . the screen may be disrupted. the screen mode changes in the following order.

SD-643HD5 8. MAIN POWER VOL STANDBY ON POWER INPUT CH CH MENU RETURN ROOM LIGHT SENSOR STANDBY ON SET PUSH VOL 4 INPUT selector and SET button HDTV PROJECTI ON MONITOR SD-643H D5 Press to select your program source. AUDIO R L PUS H (MONO) 1 MAIN POWER STANDBY 2 3 4 6 VOL 7 8 9 ROOM LIGHT SENSOR POWER INPUT ON CH CH PUSH MENU RETURN STANDBY ON SET VOL 5 202 . the door may only open slightly when pushed. In such cases. TV INPUT 4 INPUT 3 INPUT 1 INPUT 2 While the menu is displayed. Push gently and release. Push the door back in to shut it. to open the door. it may not shut properly.3 W) in standby mode.SD-533HD5. 2 POWER STANDBY/ON indicators red: STANDBY green: ON 3 POWER ( STANDBY/ON) button Switches the monitor between on and standby (note that the monitor consumes a small amount of power (0.1 PANEL FACILITIES Front Panel A flip-down door conceals the INPUT 4 jacks. Pressing the button again will turn the monitor ON and the monitor enters the standby mode. open the door with your finger as shown in the figure at left. you can turn on the monitor using the 3 STANDBY/ON button on the monitor or TV power on the remote control. Each press of the INPUT selector button changes the selection to the next source. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS 8. In the standby mode. To close the door. lift it back up into place. 0 S-VIDEO INPUT 4 VIDEO In some cases. NOTE: If you accidentally pull the door. the power of the monitor is shut off and 3 STANDBY/ON button on the receiver or TV power on the remote control will not function. it performs the same operation as the SET/ENTER button on the remote control. 1 MAIN POWER (OFF/ON) button If the button is OFF.

7 MENU button Press to turn the menu on. If the normal operation cannot be restored after the above treatment. POSITION: CC: RLS: • Set to TV. 0 INPUT 4 jacks These inputs are for Video Movie and VCR. NOTES: • On rare occasions. – and 2. an electrical discharge may occur inside the CRT*. Press to select or adjust items on the menu screen. connect the source to the L-(MONO) jack. turn on the power with 1 MAIN POWER button and 3 STANDBY/ON button. 3 buttons Press plus (+) or minus (–) to tune to a higher or lower channel. The SPLIT screen and SEARCH screen functions will be cancelled automatically if an electrical discharge occurs when this function is engaged. OFF OFF NATURAL WIDE NOT USED OFF OFF When this button is pressed while adjusting the MULTIPOINT convergence. After approximately 1 minute. It makes a short. When the audio source to be connected is mono. • High static electricity environment. press minus (–) button to decrease it. Remains at the last channel set. SD-643HD5 5 CH (channel) +. Press again to return to normal TV screen. 2. Signals from the MONITOR OUTPUT jacks may be temporarily interrupted when a button is pressed. 203 . • An electrical discharge in the CRT. If you notice any abnormality of the screen. • Poor voltage regulation in the power source. OFF STD Set to 0. • Lightning storms. sharp pop and either no sound is produced or the volume level changes by itself. 8 RETURN button Press to set the Projection Monitor to its initial mode. *CRT: Cathode-ray Tube • When an electrical discharge distorts the screen and the TV power has been automatically shut off. Remains at the last setting. reset it as follows: 1. – and 5. Press to select or adjust items on the menu screen. 9 ROOM LIGHT SENSOR (RLS) Sensor to detect the room brightness. the MULTI-POINT convergence returns to the initial mode. 6 VOL (volume) +. Only the preset channels can be tuned in using these buttons. Initial mode Input selector: TV channel: VOLUME: MUTING: PICTURE MODE: Parameters: COLOR TEMP: PURECINEMA: SVM: 3D Y/C LEVEL: 3D NR LEVEL: FLESH TONE: BLK ENHANCE: SOUND MTS: Parameters: SURROUND: STABLE VOLUME: SCREEN MODE: V. immediately unplug the power cord and call your nearest PIONEER-authorized service center. Turn off the power of the unit with the 1 MAIN POWER button. Use RCA-type pin plug cords (the same as those used in Hi-Fi systems) and SVIDEO cords for connections. ∞ buttons Press plus (+) button to increase the volume. it can turn on. turn off the MAIN POWER button for a few minutes then turn it on.SD-533HD5. CAUTION: Do not press any operation button on the Projection Monitor or the remote control unit while recording. (Only contrast +30) STD ON ON STD MID ON ON MAIN Set to 0. This is not a malfunction. If the Projection Monitor does not operate properly. ATTENTION The HDTV Projection Monitor will not function properly in the following cases.

2. 9 FAVORITE CH buttons These buttons call up the channels that have been assigned to them. 0 ANT (antenna selector) button Press to switch between ANTENNA-A and ANTENNA-B when you wish to watch TV. setting and other screen indicators for a few seconds. 7 MUTING button Press to temporarily turn off the sound. SET/ENTER: Press to activate the selected function. Only the preset channels can be tuned in using these buttons. SD-643HD5 Remote Control Unit Set the mode switch to TV. Press again to return to the previous volume level. – button Press plus (+) or minus (–) to tune in a higher or lower channel. SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH = DISPLAY SLEEP 1 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER 5 4 7 6 CH CH RETURN ~ ! @ VOL MUTING 7 EDIT/ LEARN 4 TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU # SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 8 8 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC ∞ FAVORITE CH 9 1 7 INPUT 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR 204 . 5 Direct channel selection buttons Press the button (or buttons) that corresponds to the channel that you wish to watch. 3. 5. 3. TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV 2 INPUT Selector buttons (TV. channel. 8 Select/Adjust/Set buttons (SET/ENTER.SD-533HD5. Mode switch 1 TV Power button (STANDBY/ON) Turns the power of the monitor on and off. INPUT 1 to INPUT 4) Press the button to select the source you wish to watch.) 4 DISPLAY button Press to display the input source. 1 2 3 4 1 FREEZE TV INPUT ANT 0 4 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 3 SCREEN MODE button Press to select the SCREEN MODE. 5. (Refer to page 39. The screen will display your selection. 6 CH (channel) +. ∞: Press to select or adjust items on the menu screen. ∞) 2.

90 min. 205 . OFF If the remaining time is 45 minutes 45 min. 30 min. press minus (–) button to decrease it. # MENU button Press to turn on the menu screen for use in function selection. place it in a bright place for a little while before using it. = SLEEP timer button Each time this button is pressed. SPLIT: Press to turn the SPLIT screen function on and off. 30 min. Press again to return to normal TV screen. Example: If the remaining time is 100 minutes 100 min.SD-533HD5. Volume level will appear on the screen as numbers and a bar graph. SELECT: Selects the screen for switching the channel or input source. 60 min. displayed as a frozen image. but will not be damaged. the search picture’s input source and channel cannot be switched. 120 min. OFF 120 min. it will not emit light. @ VOL (volume) +. SWAP: Press to switch the main picture and sub picture when in SPLIT or 3-SEARCH screen mode. *1 With the 9-SEARCH screen. The display varies according to the remaining time. 90 min. 60 min. NOTE: If the remote control unit is left in total darkness for a long period of time. the display will change as follows. SEARCH: Press to select the SEARCH screen mode. – buttons Press plus (+) button to increase the volume. ~ CH ENTER button Fix the selected channel with the direct channel selection buttons. SD-643HD5 . The display will disappear from the screen after 2 seconds.SPLIT/SEARCH screen buttons FREEZE: When this button is pressed with the regular screen. The maximum volume level is “63”. the screen will change to the SPLIT screen and the picture at the time the button was pressed will become the sub-picture. ! CH RETURN (channel return) button Press to switch between the current channel and the channel you were watching immediately before.*1 SUB CH +. –: Used to switch the channel for the subpicture of the SPLIT screen. In this case.

............................. Infrared remote control system Power source ...... MONITOR Input terminal signal ratings Input signal Video signal: Composite and S-VIDEO (Y): 1...... Video input: 75 ohms Audio input (including CENTER): 22 kilo-ohms or more Input signal polarity (Video) .........SD-533HD5............................ 8 ohms) Built-in speaker system ........................... American TV standard NTSC system Screen size ................... 117 kg (258 lb) SD-533HD5 .............................. PR): 0............0 Vp-p (75 ohms load) COMPONENT (Y): 1..... 170 g (4 oz) (without batteries) Accessories Operating instructions .......... SD-643HD5 8....2 SPECIFICATIONS Display and amplifier section Reception system ...... PB...6 (H) x 226....................................... 10 % 1 kHz... 60 Hz Power consumption ................ miscellaneous Power requirements ....... Remote control unit . 66 (W) x 24..........5 (D) mm 2-19/32 (W) x 31/32 (H) x 8-29/32 (D) inch Weight .7 Vp-p (75 ohms load) Mini D-sub 15 pin (RGB): 0........... SD-643HD5/KUXC/CA only) (ARY1050) TV INPUT ANT 1 FREEZE 2 SPLIT 3 SEARCH 4 SCREEN MODE SWAP SELECT SUB CH DISPLAY SLEEP 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 ¢ 3 6 9 CH ENTER Operating instructions (English) (x1) (ARB1535) CH RETURN CH MUTING VOL 4 EDIT/ LEARN TV/SAT/DVD MENU DTV/DVD TOP MENU SOURCE POWER 5 2 SET/ ENTER DTV/SAT GUIDE 3 DTV/(SAT) INFO VCR REC 8 1 7 INPUT ∞ FAVORITE CH 3 VOL ¡ VOL RECEIVER Î aaaaHDTV PROJECTION MONITOR 206 ................. VHF.......................................... 120 V AC................... DURACELL "AA" MN1500 1... UHF... 1275 (W) x 627 (D) x 1264 (H) mm 50-3/16 (W) x 24-11/16 (D) x 49-3/4 (H) inch Weight of main unit SD-643HD5 ...................... F-type connector (VHF................... Video signal: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms load) Audio signal: 500 mV rms (100 % modulation) Output impedance .. IRC or HRC) CATV 1-125 CH Antenna terminals . 4 video inputs 3 S-VIDEO input jacks (Y/C separate INPUT) 2 COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks (Y............. 75 ohms UNBAL............................................................................. 64" (SD-643HD5) 53" (SD-533HD5) CRT ....................................... Synchronized negative Output terminal signal ratings Output signal ............. 430 VA (CSA) External dimensions SD-643HD5 .....] without protective screen Horizontal resolution ............. Video signal detection: PLL full synchronous detection PLL digital synthesizer system Audio multiplex: BTSC system Reception channels ....... 400 Foot-Lambert (SD-643HD5) 580 Foot-Lambert (SD-533HD5) [White window signal input contrast Max...............................5V Alkaline dry cell batteries .................7 Vp-p (75 ohms load) Audio signal (including CENTER): 400mV rms Input impedance ..........................0 Vp-p (75 ohms load) (PB.... More than 1000 lines (SD-643HD5) More than 1000 lines (SD-533HD5) [Input digital test pattern (1000 lines resolution)] Input terminals . 230 W...... 1 1 1 2 NOTE: Specifications and design are subject to possible modifications without notice due to improvements.. Two DURACELL "AA" MN1500 1...... CH14~CH69 CATV (STANDARD. CH2~CH13.................... AA) (x2) (AEX1018) Warranty card (x1) (SD-533HD5/KUXC/CA....... 7" High focus CRT x 3 Brightness (White peak) ......... Video output: 75 ohms Audio output: Less than 1 kilo-ohms Effective output Front both channels driven ...................5 V ALKALINE dry cell batteries Dimensions ... 95 kg (209 lb 8 oz) Wireless remote control unit Operation system ......................................... 16 cm (6-5/16 in) full range x 2 Tuner section Circuit type . Warranty card ... Antenna terminal............................. 1517 (W) x 702 (D) x 1400 (H) mm 59-3/4 (W) x 27-5/8 (D) x 55-1/8 (H) inch SD-533HD5 ...................................... PR) 4 audio inputs Mini D-sub 15 pin INPUT jack (RGB) Output terminals .............................................................................. UHF MIXED) Electrical section.... Accessories Remote control unit (x1) (AXD1457) TV TV CBL VCR DVD /SAT /LD /DTV Alkaline dry cell batteries (LR6............ 10 W + 10 W (THD.................................