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DVP-CX995V

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


Canadian Model
Ver. 1.1 2005.12

* Manufactured under license from Dolby


Laboratories. “Dolby,” “Pro Logic,” and the
Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby CD/DVD Mechanism Type CDM62-DVBU65
Laboratories.
** “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are Base Unit Name DVBU65
registered trademarks of Digital Theater Optical Traverse Unit Name DBU-3
Systems, Inc.

SPECIFICATIONS

System Outputs General


Laser: Semiconductor laser (Jack name: Jack type/Output level/Load Power requirements:
λ = 780 nm for CD impedance) 120 V AC, 60 Hz
λ = 650 nm for Super Audio CD and LINE OUT AUDIO L/R 1/2: Phono jack/ Power consumption: 25 W
DVD 2 Vrms/10 kilohms Dimensions (approx.): 430 × 189 × 545 mm
Emission duration: continuous DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL): Optical (17 × 7 1/2 × 211/2 in.) (width/height/depth)
Signal format system: NTSC output jack/–18 dBm (wave length: incl. projecting parts
660 nm) Mass (approx.): 8.6 kg (18 lb 15 oz)
Audio characteristics DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL): Phono jack/ Operating temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C
Frequency response: DVD VIDEO (PCM 0.5 Vp-p/75 ohms (41 °F to 95 °F)
96 kHz): 2 Hz to 44 kHz (44 kHz: –2 dB HDMI OUTPUT: TypeA (19 pin) Operating humidity: 25 % to 80 %
±1 dB), Super Audio CD: 2 Hz to 5.1CH OUTPUT: Phono jack/2 Vrms/
100 kHz (50 kHz: –3 dB ±1 dB), CD: 10 kilohms Supplied accessories
2 Hz to 20 kHz (±0.5 dB) COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y, PB/CB, PR/ • Audio/video cord
Signal-to-noise ratio (S/N ratio): 115 dB CR): (pinplug × 3 y pinplug × 3) (1)
(LINE OUT AUDIO L/R 1/2 jacks only) Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p/PB/CB, PR/CR: • Remote commander (remote) (1)
Harmonic distortion: 0.003 % interlace1) = 0.648 Vp-p, progressive or • Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
Dynamic range: DVD VIDEO/Super Audio interlace2) = 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms Specifications and design are subject to
CD: 103 dB, CD: 99 dB 1) BLACK LEVEL (COMPONENT change without notice.
Wow and flutter: Less than detected value OUT) is ON
(±0.001% W PEAK) 2) BLACK LEVEL (COMPONENT
OUT) is OFF
LINE OUT (VIDEO) 1/2: Phono jack/
1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms
S VIDEO OUT 1/2: 4-pin mini DIN/Y:
1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms

CD/DVD PLAYER
9-879-772-02 Sony Corporation
2005L05-1 Home Audio Division
© 2005.12 Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
DVP-CX995V

Notes on chip component replacement


CAUTION
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
damaged by heat.
exposure.
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
• Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 ˚C UNLEADED SOLDER
during repairing. Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
circuit board (within 3 times). (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering the lead free mark due to their particular size)
or unsoldering.
: LEAD FREE MARK
SAFETY CHECK-OUT Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 ˚C higher
safety check before releasing the set to the customer: than ordinary solder.
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Check leakage as described below. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
about 350 ˚C.
LEAKAGE TEST Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a • Strong viscosity
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.). Unleaded solder is more viscou-s (sticky, less prone to flow)
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA occur such as on IC pins, etc.
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these • Usable with ordinary solder
instruments. It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 also be added to ordinary solder.
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples
of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See
Fig. A)

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

AC
0.15 µF 1.5 k Ω voltmeter
(0.75 V)

Earth Ground
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT


À LA SÉCURITÉ!
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM- POSANTS
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT
PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS
IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................... 4 7-28. Printed Wiring Boards – PANEL-R Section – ................. 66
7-29. Schematic Diagram – PANEL-R Section – ..................... 67
2. GENERAL ................................................................... 9
8. EXPLODED VIEWS
3. DISASSEMBLY 8-1. Overall Section ................................................................ 90
3-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 10 8-2. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 91
3-2. Case ................................................................................. 11 8-3. Power Block Section ....................................................... 92
3-3. MB Board ........................................................................ 11 8-4. Table Section ................................................................... 93
3-4. AV Board ......................................................................... 12 8-5. Chassis Section ................................................................ 94
3-5. Bracket (L)/(R) ................................................................ 12 8-6. Base (Door) Section ........................................................ 95
3-6. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 13 8-7. CD/DVD Mechanism Deck Section-1
3-7. Cover (PT)/(CDM) .......................................................... 13 (Pop-up Block) ................................................................ 96
3-8. DVBU65 Assy ................................................................. 14 8-8. CD/DVD Mechanism Deck Section-2
3-9. Switching Regulator ........................................................ 14 (Pulley Block) .................................................................. 97
3-10. Table (400) Assy .............................................................. 15 8-9. CD/DVD Mechanism Deck Section-3
3-11. Door Assy, Base (Door) Assy .......................................... 15 (Lever, Holder Block) ...................................................... 98
3-12. DC Motor (Door) (M603) ............................................... 16 8-10. CD/DVD Mechanism Deck Section-4
3-13. Holder (Table Sensor 400) ............................................... 16 (Gear, Motor Block) ........................................................ 99
3-14. D. SENS OUT Board, D. SENS IN Board ...................... 17 8-11. Base Unit Section (DVBU65) ........................................ 100
3-15. Pop-up (400) Assy ........................................................... 17
3-16. DOOR SW Board ............................................................ 18 9. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ............................... 101
3-17. LOCK SW Board, LOADING SW Board ...................... 19
3-18. CD/DVD Mechanism Deck Block
(CDM62-DVBU65) ......................................................... 20
3-19. Motor (400) Assy (Loading) (M602)/(Table) (M601),
LOADING MOTOR Board ............................................. 20
3-20. Optical Traverse Unit (DBU-3) ....................................... 21

4. TEST MODE .............................................................. 22

5. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ....................... 32

6. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ......................... 33

7. DIAGRAMS
7-1. Block Diagram – SERVO Section – ................................ 38
7-2. Block Diagram – AUDIO Section – ................................ 39
7-3. Block Diagram – VIDEO Section – ................................ 40
7-4. Block Diagram
– PANEL, TABLE, POWER SUPPLY Section – ............ 41
7-5. Printed Wiring Board – RF TRANSLATION Board – ... 43
7-6. Printed Wiring Board – MB Board (Side A) – ................ 44
7-7. Printed Wiring Board – MB Board (Side B) – ................ 45
7-8. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (1/7) – ...................... 46
7-9. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (2/7) – ...................... 47
7-10. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (3/7) – ...................... 48
7-11. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (4/7) – ...................... 49
7-12. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (5/7) – ...................... 50
7-13. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (6/7) – ...................... 51
7-14. Schematic Diagram – MB Section (7/7) – ...................... 52
7-15. Schematic Diagram – AV Board (1/5) – .......................... 53
7-16. Schematic Diagram – AV Board (2/5) – .......................... 54
7-17. Schematic Diagram – AV Board (3/5) – .......................... 55
7-18. Schematic Diagram – AV Board (4/5) – .......................... 56
7-19. Schematic Diagram – AV Board (5/5) – .......................... 57
7-20. Printed Wiring Board
– AV Board (Component Side) – ..................................... 58
7-21. Printed Wiring Board
– AV Board (Conductor Side) – ....................................... 59
7-22. Printed Wiring Boards – TABLE Section – ..................... 60
7-23. Schematic Diagram – TABLE Section – ......................... 61
7-24. Printed Wiring Board – DRIVER Board – ...................... 62
7-25. Schematic Diagram – DRIVER Board – ......................... 63
7-26. Printed Wiring Board – PANEL-L Board – ..................... 64
7-27. Schematic Diagram – PANEL-L Board – ....................... 65

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Ver. 1.1 SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic
break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts.
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care.

NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK


The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on
the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pick-
up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.

NOTES ON REPLACEMENT OF THE MB BOARD


1. Flash Memory
New part of flash memory (IC202) on the MB board cannot be
used. Therefore, if the mounted MB board (A-1132-163-A) is
replaced, exchange new flash memory with that used before the
replacement.

2. Adjustment
When replacing the mounted MB board (A-1132-163-A), since the
adjustment value is not set up correctly, “Drive Auto Adjustment”
in the Test Mode can’t be performed.
In this case, initialize memory in the following procedures.

Procedure:
1. Connect a video monitor to VIDEO LINE OUT jack (J103).
2. Press the [TOP MENU], [CLEAR], I/1 keys on the remote
commander (RM-ASP001) in this order with standby status
to enter the Test Mode, then “DIAG START” will be displayed
on the fluorescent indicator tube and the Test Mode Menu
screen will be displayed on the video monitor.
3. Press the [2] key on the remote commander to select the “2.
Drive Manual Operation”.
4. Press the [6] key on the remote commander to select the “6.
Memory Check”.
5. Press the [CLEAR] key on the remote commander to initialize
the memory.

Note: Refer to page 22 for detail of the Test Mode.

NOTE OF HANDLING THE AV BOARD (Part No. A-


1126-999-A)
When the AV board is replaced by a repair for a fee, throw away the
AV board after obtaining consent of not returning of the AV board
to the customer. When throwing away the AV board, be sure to throw
away after destroying IC600 physically with the hammer etc.

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may cause the disc to jam or the player to


Region code
This Player Can Play the malfunction).
* CPRM; Content Protection for Recordable Media
Your player has a region code printed on the
Following Discs back of the unit and will only play DVD
is a coding technology that protects copyright for
Copy-Once programs.
VIDEOs (playback only) labeled with
Format of discs
identical region codes. This system is used to
Notes
protect copyrights.
DVD VIDEO • Notes about DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/
DVD VIDEOs labeled ALL will also play on DVD-Rs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs
Some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-
this player.
DVD-RW Rs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be played on this
player due to the recording quality or physical
If you try to play any other DVD VIDEO, the condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the
message “Playback prohibited by area recording device and authoring software.
Super Audio CD
limitations.” will appear on the TV screen. The disc will not play if it has not been correctly
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, no region finalized. For more information, see the operating
VIDEO CD code indication may be labeled even though instructions for the recording device. Note that
playing the DVD VIDEO is prohibited by some playback functions may not work with some
area restrictions. DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if they have been
correctly finalized. In this case, view the disc by
Music CD
normal playback. Also some DATA CDs created
Region code in Packet Write format cannot be played.
• Music discs encoded with copyright protection
“DVD VIDEO” and “DVD-RW” are technologies
trademarks. This product is designed to playback discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
Recently, various music discs encoded with
Note about CDs
Example of discs that the player copyright protection technologies are marketed
The player can play CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD- by some record companies. Please be aware that
cannot play among those discs, there are some that do not
RWs recorded in the following formats:
conform to the CD standard and may not be
– music CD format The player cannot play the following discs: playable by this product.
– video CD format • CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs other than
– MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of those recorded in the format listed on the
format conforming to ISO 9660* Level 1/ previous page. Note on playback operations of
Level 2, or its extended format, Joliet • Data part of CD-Extras DVDs and VIDEO CDs
– KODAK Picture CD format • DVD-ROMs
* A logical format of files and folders on CD- • DVD Audios Some playback operations of DVDs and
ROMs, defined by ISO (International VIDEO CDs may be intentionally set by
Organization for Standardization). Also, the player cannot play the following software producers. Since this player plays
discs: DVDs and VIDEO CDs according to the disc
• A DVD VIDEO with a different region contents the software producers designed,
Attention Regarding DualDisc software code. some playback features may not be available.
This product has been engineered to • A disc recorded in a color system other than Also, refer to the instructions supplied with
provide the highest entertainment value NTSC, such as PAL or SECAM (this player the DVDs or VIDEO CDs.
while playing standard CD and DVD discs. conforms to the NTSC color system).
DualDisc used with this product may jam in • A disc that has a non-standard shape (e.g., Copyrights
the slots or racks of disc holders or in the card, heart).
This product incorporates copyright
disc consoles and should not be used with • A disc with paper or stickers on it.
protection technology that is protected by
this product. • A disc that has the adhesive of cellophane
U.S. patents and other intellectual property
tape or a sticker still left on it.
rights. Use of this copyright protection
• DVD-Rs recorded in VR mode (Video
technology must be authorized by
Recording format)
Macrovision, and is intended for home and
• Copy-Once programs recorded on CPRM*
other limited viewing uses only unless
compatible DVD-Rs.
otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
• An 8 cm disc (The 12 cm disc adapter
Reverse engineering or disassembly is
should not be used for 8 cm discs because it
prohibited.

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ALIGNMENT OF GEAR (CAM) PHASE WITH DOOR CLEANING OF OPTICAL PICK-UP


ASS’Y

door assy

gear (cam) optical pick-up

pulley assy

Align a slit of door assy with a marking on Remove the pulley assy, and
the bottom land of gear tooth when the gear clean the lens of optical pick-up
is rotated fully in arrow direction, as shown. through this hole.

NOTE FOR INSTALLATION

It takes care that the cables doesn’t hang down.

cable
(AV board to PANEL-L board)
AV board

MB board

cables MB board
(MB board to
cable DRIVER board, AV board
(MB board to cables SENSOR board)
LED board) (MB board to
DRIVER board,
SENSOR board)

– Front side –

AV board cables
(MB board to
locking wire DRIVER board,
saddle SENSOR board)

switching regulator

MB board

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When installing the cables, it is made to make it crawl in a chassis.

cables

DRIVER board

cables

It is made to contact and for there not to be a switching regulator and cables.

AV board

AV board
cables
MB board

switching
regulator switching regulator

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SERVICE POSITION
– MB board –

Connect the jig (J-2501-199-A) to


MB board (CN303) and
PANEL-L board (CN1003).
MB board (CN303)

PANEL-L board
(CN1003)

– Optical pick-up block –

optical pick-up block


(DVBU65)

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SECTION 2 This section is extracted from
GENERAL instruction manual.

• Location of Controls

Front panel Front panel display


When playing back a DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW

Lights up when the player


outputs progressive signals
Current play mode
All discs mode
Lights up when you can
Disc type Playing status change the angle
Current disc

Current title and chapter Current audio signal Playing time

A [/1 (on/standby) button N DIRECT SEARCH button/indicator When playing back a VIDEO CD with Playback Control (PBC)
B HDMI* (High-Definition Multimedia O .–/>+/ENTER (previous/next/ All discs mode Current play mode
Interface) indicator enter) dial
Disc type Playing status Current disc
Lights up when the HDMI OUT jack is P DISPLAY button
correctly connected to a HDCP (High- Q C/X/x/c/ENTER buttons
bandwidth Digital Content Protection) R O RETURN button
compliant device with HDMI or DVI S TOP MENU button
(Digital Visual Interface) input. T MENU button
C SA-CD (Super Audio CD) indicator U PICTURE MODE button
Lights up when: V REPEAT button
— playing a Super Audio CD. W ONE/ALL DISCS button
Current scene Playing time
— a Super Audio CD (Hybrid disc) is X FOLDER button
inserted. Y LOAD button
D MULTI CHANNEL indicator When playing back a CD, Super Audio CD, DATA CD (MP3 audio), or VIDEO CD (without
Z (remote sensor)
Lights up when playing a track or PBC)
wj KEYBOARD jack
chapter that contains three or more wk FL OFF button/indicator
audio signal channels. wl TIME/TEXT button Disc type All discs mode
E Front panel display * This player is based on version 1.1 of High- Playing status Current play mode Current disc
F Front cover Definition Multimedia Interface Specifications.
G OPEN/CLOSE button
This DVD player incorporates High-Definition
H A DISC EJECT button
Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology.
I H (play) button HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
J X (pause) button Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
K x (stop) button trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
L +100 button
M DISC CHANGE button/indicator Lights up when Current index (CD, Super Audio CD, Playing time
playing MP3 audio VIDEO CD) or track (DATA CD)
tracks* Current track (CD, Super Audio CD,
VIDEO CD) or album (DATA CD)

* When playing JPEG image files, “JPEG” appears on the display

To turn off the front panel display z Hint


Press FL OFF on the player. The front panel You can adjust the lighting of the front panel
display turns off, and the FL OFF indicator on display by setting “DIMMER” in “CUSTOM
SETUP”.
the player lights up.

Rear panel Remote


F C/X/x/c buttons
G O RETURN button
H c STEP/REPLAY button
I . PREV (previous) buttons
J m SCAN/SLOW buttons
K H PLAY button
The H button has a tactile dot.*
L ZOOM button
M SA-CD MULTI/2CH (Super Audio
CD multi/2 channel) button
N SA-CD/CD (Super Audio CD/CD)
button
O TIME/TEXT button
P REPEAT button
Q AUDIO button
R SUBTITLE button
S [/1 (on/standby) button
T VOL (volume) +/– buttons
The + button has a tactile dot.*
U TV/VIDEO/DISC SKIP + button
V ENTER/FOLDER button
W WIDE MODE/DISC SKIP – button
X MENU/SORT button
Y ENTER button
A DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) jack F S VIDEO OUT 1/2 jacks Z DISPLAY/FILE button
B DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack G COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y, PB/ wj C STEP/ADVANCE button
C 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks CB, PR/CR) jacks wk > NEXT (next) buttons
D LINE OUT AUDIO L/R 1/2 jacks H HDMI OUT (high-definition wl M SCAN/SLOW buttons
E LINE OUT VIDEO 1/2 jacks multimedia interface out) jack e; x STOP button
ea X PAUSE button
es PICTURE MEMORY button
ed PICTURE NAVI (picture navigation)
button
A TV/DISC EXPLORER/DVD switch ef ALBUM +/– buttons
B OPEN/CLOSE button eg PICTURE MODE button
C Number buttons eh ANGLE button
The number 5 button has a tactile dot.*
D CLEAR button * Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating
E TOP MENU/EDIT button the player.

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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

Note 1: The process described in can be performed in any order.


Note 2: Without completing the process described in , the next process can not be performed.

Set

3-2. CASE
(Page 11)

3-3. MB BOARD 3-4. AV BOARD


(Page 11) (Page 12)

3-5. BRACKET (L)/(R)


(Page 12)

3-7. COVER (PT)/(CDM) 3-9. SWITCHING REGULATOR 3-6. FRONT PANEL SECTION
(Page 13) (Page 14) (Page 13)

3-8. DVBU65 ASSY 3-10. TABLE (400) ASSY


(Page 14) (Page 15)

3-18. CD/DVD MECHANISM 3-20. OPTICAL 3-17. LOCK SW 3-11. DOOR ASSY, 3-16. DOOR SW
DECK BLOCK TRAVERSE BOARD, BASE (DOOR) ASSY BOARD
(CDM62-DVBU65) UNIT (DBU-3) LOADING (Page 15) (Page 18)
(Page 20) (Page 21) SW BOARD
(Page 19)
3-12. DC 3-14. D. SENS 3-15. POP-UP
3-19. MOTOR (400) ASSY MOTOR OUT (400)
(LOADING) (M602)/(TABLE) (M601), (DOOR) BOARD, ASSY
LOADING MOTOR BOARD (M603) D. SENS IN (Page 17)
(Page 20) (Page 16) BOARD
(Page 17)

3-13. HOLDER
(TABLE SENSOR 400)
(Page 16)

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Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

3-2. CASE

5 case
3 three screws
(case 3 TP2)
4 two screws
(case 3 TP2)

1 two screws
(case 3 TP2)

2 two screws
(case 3 TP2)

3-3. MB BOARD

3 tape
8 two screws 2 flat type wire
(BVTP3 × 8) (31 core) (CN101) 4 flat type wire
(33 core) (CN205)
qs MB board
9 two harnesses 5 flat type wire
(29 core) (CN501)

1 wire (flat type) 0 two screws


(25 core) (CN303) (BVTP3 × 8)

qa connector (CN203)
7 connector (CN304)

6 connector (CN305)

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3-4. AV BOARD

5 screw (BV3)

6 harness
4 screw (BVTP3 × 8)
7
qf AV board

8 flat type wire


(33 core) (CN400)
qd connector (CN301)
9 flat type wire
(29 core) (CN306)

qs connector (CN302)
qa connector (CN303)
0 connector (CN304)
1 flat type wire
(31 core) (CN101)
3 screw
(BVTT3 × 8)

2 eight screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

3-5. BRACKET (L)/(R)

1 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8) 3 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

2 bracket (L)

5 bracket (R)

4 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)

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3-6. FRONT PANEL SECTION

2 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)

3 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

4 claw
5 claw

1 five screws 6 front panel section


(BVTP3 × 8)

3-7. COVER (PT)/(CDM)

4 six screws
(BVTP3 × 8)
6 cover (CDM)

1 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)
8 three screws
9 bracket (CDM) (BVTP3 × 8)

2 screw
(BVTP3 × 8) 5 three screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

double-faced tape
3 cover (PT)

7 bracket (shield)

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3-8. DVBU65 ASSY

1 three screws
(BVTP3 × 8)
2 screw (BVTP3 × 8)

5 bracket (top 400) block

3 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8)
6 torsion holder
(magnet) block 9 DVBU65 assy

0 8 washer
7 washer

8 torsion spring
(MG)

4 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)

3-9. SWITCHING REGULATOR

1 screw (BVTP3 × 8)

3 rear panel block


5 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)
4 connector
(CN101) 2 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

Note: When installing the rear panel,


tighten three screws first in following the order.
6 two screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

7 switching regulator

3 rear panel

2 1

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3-10. TABLE (400) ASSY

3 table (400) assy

1 screw (M3 × 14)

2 guide (door)

Note:
When installing the guide (door),
align the positions as shown.

4 10 washer

3-11. DOOR ASSY, BASE (DOOR) ASSY

3 cover (table) 2 three screws (BVTP3 × 8)

7 base (door) assy

1 connector (CN904)

4 door assy

6 eight screws (BVTP3 × 8)

5 two screws (BVTP3 × 8)

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3-12. DC MOTOR (DOOR) (M603)

1 belt (400)

5 DC motor (door) (M603)

4 DOOR MOTOR board


3 Remove two solders.

2 two screws (BVTP3 × 8)

3-13. HOLDER (TABLE SENSOR 400)

2 connector
(CN83) 1 four screws
(BVTP3 × 6)

4 SENSOR board
5 screw
(PTTWH3 × 6) 3 two connectors
(CN81, CN82)

6 claw

6 two claws

7 holder
(table sensor 400)

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3-14. D. SENS OUT BOARD, D. SENS IN BOARD

7 screw
(PSW3 × 8)
1 screw
(PTTWH3 × 6)
8 D. SENS IN board
2 clamp
3 two step screws (T1)

5 screw
(PSW3 × 8)

6 D. SENS OUT board

4 bracket (sensor 400)

3-15. POP-UP (400) ASSY

2 step screw

3 pop-up (400) assy

1 screw (PTPWH3 × 6)

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3-16. DOOR SW BOARD

1 screw (PTPWH2.6) 3 screw (PTPWH2.6)


5 two screws
(BVTP2.6)
2 gear (cam)

6 DOOR SW board
4 gear (B)

Precaution during the gear (cam) installation

1 Move the slider (pop-up) and the lever (pu joint) fully 2 Install the gear (cam) in the direction shown
in the direction of the arrow A. in the illustration and rotate it fully
in the direction of the arrow B.

B
slider (pop-up) A lever (pu joint)
gear (cam)

The levers of the two rotary switches on the DOOR SW board 3 When the gear (cam) happens to go too deep,
are shown in the illustration below. return it to the original position
in the direction of the arrow C.

two rotary switches

DOOR SW board

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3-17. LOCK SW BOARD, LOADING SW BOARD

2 screw
(BVTP3 × 8)

1 Rotate the pulley (400) in the


direction of the arrow A fully.
3 Rotate the pulley (400) in the
direction of the arrow B fully.
A
B

7 gear (center)
Note for installation 8 screw
5 screw (BVTP3 × 12)
(BVTP3 × 8)
When installing the 4 belt (400)
9 LOCK SW
LOADING SW board and
board
LOCK SW boards,
align the leads position as shown.

LOADING SW board 6 pulley (400)


claws

0 screw
(BVTP2.6)

qa LOADING SW
leads board
position

LOCK SW board

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3-18. CD/DVD MECHANISM DECK BLOCK


(CDM62-DVBU65)

6 CD/DVD mechanism deck block


(CDM62-DVBU65)

5 seven screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

1 connector
(CN905)

2 connector
(CN903)
4 four screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

3 screw (PSW3 × 8)

3-19. MOTOR (400) ASSY (LOADING) (M602)/(TABLE) (M601), LOADING MOTOR BOARD

1 two belts (400)

4 motor (400) assy (loading)


(M602)
6 motor (400) assy (table)
(M601)

3 Remove two
solders.

7 LOADING MOTOR
board
5 Remove two
solders.

2 three screws
(BVTP3 × 8)

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3-20. OPTICAL TRAVERSE UNIT


(DBU-3)

8 step screw (M)

7 step screw (M) qd optical traverse unit


(DBU-3)
qa insulator (RB)

9 step screw (M)


0 insulator (RB)

qs insulator (RB)

4 flexible flat cable


(CN001)

6 RF TRANSLATION board

5 screw (BVTP2.6)
2 flat type wire (31 core)
(CN003)
3 flexible board
(CN0029)

1 Make solder land two points short on RF TRANSLATION


board for prevent damage by static electricity.

SL001

DBU400 holder assy

Note: After assembling the pick-up, remove the solder


two points on RF TRANSLATION board.
If the assembly and disassembly are not done incorrect
sequence, the pick-up may be damaged.

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SECTION 4
TEST MODE
DVD SECTION 0-1. All (All items continuous check)
This menu checks all diagnostic items continuously. Normally, all
items are checked successively one after another automatically
GENERAL DESCRIPTION unless an error is found, but at a certain item that requires judgment
The Test Mode allows you to make diagnosis and adjustment easily through a visual check to the result, the following screen is displayed
using the remote commander and monitor TV. The instructions, for the key entry.
diagnostic results, etc. are given on the on-screen display (OSD).
• Example display
STARTING TEST MODE
Press the [TOP MENU], [CLEAR], I/1 keys on the remote commander ### BackEnd Diagnosis ###
in this order with standby status, and the Test Mode starts, then
“DIAG START” will be displayed on the fluorescent display tube 2. Version
and the menu shown below will be displayed on the TV screen. At
the bottom of menu screen, the model name and revision number 2-0. Quit
2-1. ALL
are displayed. Last Off at the lower right of screen indicates the
2-2. Revision:x.xxx
information code concerning the last power off. To execute each
function, select the desired menu and press its number on the remote
commander. To exit from the Test Mode, press the I/1 key.
2-5. Region:x
Test Mode Menu Press NEXT Key to Continue

0. B/E Diagnosis
1. Drive Auto Adjustment Following the message, press > key to go to the next item.
2. Drive Manual Operation
3. Mecha Aging
To quit the diagnosis and return to the Check Menu screen,
4. Emergency History
5. Version Information press x or [ENTER] key. If an error occurred, the diagnosis is
6. Video Level Adjustment suspended.
Exit: Power Key Press . key to repeat the same item where an error occurred,
or > key to continue the check from the item next to faulty item.
Model :DVP-CX995V
Revision:x.xxx 0-2. Version
(2-2) Revision
ROM revision number is displayed.
OPERATING THE SUB MENU Error: Not detected.
0. B/E Diagnosis The revision number defined in the source file is displayed
The same contents as board detail check by serial interface can be with four digits.
checked from the remote commander. On the Test Mode Menu
screen, press [0] key on the remote commander, and the following (2-4) Model Type
check menu will be displayed. Model code is displayed.
Error: Not detected.
### BackEnd Diagnosis ### The model code read from the EEPROM is displayed with
Check Menu 2-digit hexadecimal number.
0 . Quit
1 . All
2 . Version (2-5) Region
3 . Peripheral Region code is displayed.
4 . Servo Error: Not detected.
5 . Video The region code determined from the model code is
6 . Audio displayed.

Model :DVP-CX995V
Revision:x.xxx

0-0. Quit
Quit the Syscon Diagnosis and return to the Test Mode Menu.

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0-3. Peripheral 1. Drive Auto Adjustment


(3-2) Flash Rom
Data delete t write t read, and accord check DVD reference disc:
Error 32: Delete error Single Layer
Error 33: Write error TDV-520CS0 (J-2501-236-A) (NTSC)
Error 34: Read data discord HLX-503 (J-6090-069-A) (NTSC)
Error may occur due to defect of access with the CPU (MB HLX-504 (J-6090-088-A) (NTSC)
board IC205). Dual Layer
TDV-540C (J-2501-235-A) (NTSC, Opposite)
(3-3) SA-CD Check HLX-501 (J-6090-071-A) (NTSC)
Data write t read, and accord check HLX-505 (J-6090-089-A) (NTSC)
Error 36: Write/read data discord
Check for SA-CD circuit (MB board IC401 and around CD reference disc:
circuit). LUV-P01 (4-999-032-01)
YEDS-18 (3-702-101-01)
(3-4) Venc Check PATD-012 (4-225-203-01)
Register write t read, and accord check
Error 37: Write/read data discord On the Test Mode Menu screen, press [1] key on the remote
Error may occur due to defect of access with the CPU (MB commander, and the drive auto adjustment menu will be displayed.
board IC205).
## Drive Auto Adjustment ##
(3-7) PROV Check
Data write t read, and accord check Adjustment Menu
Error 39: Write/read data discord
0. ALL (DL:Parallel)
External RAM check for I/P converter (AV board IC401) 1. DVD-SL
too. 2. CD
3. DVD-DL (Parallel)
(3-8) HDMI Check
Register write t read, and accord check 4. ALL (DL:Opposite)
Error 43: Write/read data discord 5. DVD-DL (Opposite)
Error may occur due to defect of access with the HDMI 9. CLEAR DATA
Exit: RETURN
transmitter (AV board IC600).
Normally, [0] or [4] is selected to adjust DVD (single layer), CD,
0-4. Servo
and DVD (dual layer) in this order. But, individual items can be
(4-2) Servo (F/E) Check
adjusted for the case where adjustment is suspended due to an error.
Data write t read, and accord check
In this mode, the adjustment can be made easily through the
Error 41: Read data discord
operation following the message displayed on the screen. Which
0x9249, 0x2942 and 0x4294 are written to the RAM address
disc is currently adjusted is displayed on the fluorescent display
0x602 of the DVD interface (front-end) (MB board IC104)
tube.
and then read for checking.
1-0. ALL (DL: Parallel)
0-5. Video
Select [0] and press the [ENTER] key. Then, [1] DVD-SL disc, [2]
(5-2) Interlace
CD disc, and [3] DVD-DL (Parallel) disc are adjusted in this order.
Error: Not detected.
Because the changer model can accept multiple discs in advance of
The command is transferred to the video D/A converter (AV
adjustment, adjustments can be continued by exchanging discs
board IC500), and change the video signal to interlace.
automatically whenever an adjustment is completed following the
instruction on screen. You can exit the adjustment by pressing
(5-3) Progressive
the x button. In adjusting each disc, the mirror time is measured
AVD color bar command write t Video (Composite, Y/C)
to check the disc type. In the auto adjustment, whether the disc type
OUT
is correct is not checked unlike conventional models, and
Error: Not detected.
accordingly, take care not to insert a different type of disc.
The command is transferred to the video D/A converter (AV
board IC500), and change the video signal to progressive.
Three kinds of discs can be set in advance. In this case, set discs in
order to the displayed number with following the massage. Every
(5-4) Color Bar
time after adjusting a disc, the disc is replaced and adjustment is
Error: Not detected.
continued automatically.
The command is transferred to the video D/A converter (AV
board IC500), and the color bar signals are output from video
Set Disc
terminals.
Disc slot number 1: DVD-SL (TDV-520CS0 or HLX-503 or HLX-
504)
0-6. Audio
Disc slot number 2: CD (LUV-P01 or YEDS-18 or PATD-012)
Not used.
Disc slot number 3: DVD-DL (TDV-540C or HLX-501 or HLX-
505)

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1-1. DVD Single Layer Disc CD Adjustment Steps


Select [1], insert DVD single layer disc, and press [ENTER] key, 1. Sled Reset
and the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then 2. Set Disc Type CD
adjusted values will be written to the flash memory. The disc slot 3. Laser Diode (CD) ON
No. 1 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the 4. Focus Error Check
disc slot No. 1, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a 5. Focus ON
disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a 6. Spindle Start
disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the SL disc is set on the disc 7. Tracking Error Level Adjust
slot 1. Also, when the adjustment is completed, the result of the 8. Tracking Error Offset Adjust
each setting value is displayed as follows. 9. Tracking ON
10. RF Level Adjustment
DVD Single Layer Disc Adjustment Steps 11. Spindle Calibration
1. Sled Reset 12. Auto Focus Gain Adjust
2. Set Disc Type SL 13. Auto Tracking Gain Adjust
3. Laser Diode (DVD) ON 14. Sled ON
4. Focus Error Check 15. CLV ON
5. Focus ON 16. Auto Focus Balance Adjust
6. Spindle Start 17. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust
7. Tracking Error Level Adjust 18. Jitter measure
8. Tracking Error Offset Adjust 19. Search Check
9. Tracking ON 20. All Servo Off
10. RF Level Adjustment
11. Spindle Calibration Result Display
12. Tracking Off Result
13. Tracking Error Level Adjust 2nd
14. Tracking Error Offset Adjust 2nd disc type : CD
15. Tracking ON
An.Off.AB xx xx TE levDVD --
16. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0 An.Off.CD xx xx TE levCD xx
17. Auto Tracking Gain Adjust L0 An.Off.EF xx xx TE Offset xx
18. Sled ON An.G.Main xx FCS Gain xx
19. CLV ON An.G.Side xx TRK Gain xx
20. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L0 RF level xx FCS Bal. -- xx
21. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust L0 FE S L0,1 xx -- REFQ -- xx
22. Jitter measure VTS2 -- Jitter xx
23. Search Check Exit:RETURN
24. All Servo Off

Result Display 1-3. DVD Dual Layer Disc (Parallel)


Result Select [3], insert DVD dual layer disc, and press [ENTER] key, and
the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then
disc type : SL adjusted values will be written to the flash memory. The disc slot
No. 3 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the
An.Off.AB xx xx TE levDVD xx disc slot No. 3, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a
An.Off.CD xx xx TE levCD -- disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a
An.Off.EF -- -- TE Offset xx disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the DL disc is set on the disc
An.G.Main xx FCS Gain xx
An.G.Side -- TRK Gain xx
slot 3. Also, when the adjustment is completed, the result of the
RF level xx FCS Bal. -- xx each setting value is displayed as follows.
FE S L0,1 xx -- REFQ -- xx
VTS2 xx Jitter xx DVD Dual Layer Disc Adjustment Steps
Exit:RETURN 1. Sled Reset
2. Set Disc Type DL
3. Laser Diode (DVD) ON
1-2. CD Disc 4. Focus Error Check
Select [2], insert CD disc, and press [ENTER] key, and the adjustment 5. Focus ON
will be made through the following steps, then adjusted values will 6. Spindle Start
be written to the flash memory. The disc slot No. 2 is used in the 7. Tracking Error Level Adjust
changer type model. If there is no disc on the disc slot No. 2, the 8. Tracking Error Offset Adjust
tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a disc on the table, 9. Tracking ON
the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a disc prior to 10. RF Level Adjustment
adjustment, confirm that the CD is set on the disc slot 2. Also, when 11. Spindle Calibration
the adjustment is completed, the result of the each setting value is 12. Tracking Off
displayed as follows. 13. Tracking Error Level Adjust 2nd
14. Tracking Error Offset Adjust 2nd
15. Tracking ON
16. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0
17. Auto Tacking Gain Adjust L0
18. Sled ON
19. CLV ON

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20. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L0 1-5. DVD Dual Layer Disc (Opposite)
21. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust L0 Note: Make sure, using the TDV-540C in this adjustment.
22. Jitter measure
23. Search Check Select [5], insert DVD dual layer disc, and press [ENTER] key, and
24. Focus Jump (L0 t L1) the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then
25. Tracking Off adjusted values will be written to the flash memory. The disc slot
26. Tracking Error Level Adjust No. 3 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the
27. Tracking Error Offset Adjust disc slot No. 3, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a
28. Tracking ON disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a
29. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L1 disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the DL disc is set on the disc
30. Auto Tracking Gain Adjust L1 slot 3.
31. Sled ON
32. CLV ON DVD Dual Layer Disc Adjustment Steps
33. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L1 1. Sled Reset
34. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust L1 2. Set Disc Type DL
35. Search Check 3. Laser Diode (DVD) ON
36. All Servo Off 4. Focus Error Check
5. Focus ON
Result Display 6. Spindle Start
Result 7. Tracking Error Level Adjust
8. Tracking Error Offset Adjust
disc type : DL L0 9. Tracking ON
10. RF Level Adjustment
An.Off.AB xx xx TE levDVD xx
11. Spindle Calibration
An.Off.CD xx xx TE levCD --
An.Off.EF -- -- TE Offset xx 12. Tracking Off
An.G.Main xx FCS Gain xx 13. Tracking Error Level Adjust 2nd
An.G.Side -- TRK Gain xx 14. Tracking Error Offset Adjust 2nd
RF level xx FCS Bal. -- xx 15. Tracking ON
FE S L0,1 xx -- REFQ -- xx 16. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0
VTS2 -- Jitter xx 17. Auto Tacking Gain Adjust L0
1:L1 Page Exit:RETURN 18. Sled ON
19. CLV ON
Result
20. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L0
disc type : DL L1 21. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust L0
An.Off.AB -- -- TE levDVD xx 22. Jitter measure
An.Off.CD -- -- TE levCD -- 23. Search Check
An.Off.EF -- -- TE Offset xx 24. Focus Jump (L0 t L1)
An.G.Main xx FCS Gain xx 25. Tracking Off
An.G.Side -- TRK Gain xx 26. Tracking Error Level Adjust
RF level xx FCS Bal. -- xx
27. Tracking Error Offset Adjust
FE S L0,1 -- xx REFQ -- xx
VTS2 -- Jitter --
28. Tracking ON
29. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L1
0:L0 Page Exit:RETURN 30. Auto Tracking Gain Adjust L1
31. Sled ON
32. CLV ON
1-4. ALL (DL: Opposite) 33. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L1
Select [4] and press the [ENTER] key. Then, [1] DVD-SL disc, [2] 34. Auto RFEQ Boost Adjust L1
CD disc, and [5] DVD-DL (Opposite) disc are adjusted in this order. 35. Search Check
Because the changer model can accept multiple discs in advance of 36. All Servo Off
adjustment, adjustments can be continued by exchanging discs
automatically whenever an adjustment is completed following the
instruction on screen. You can exit the adjustment by pressing
the x button. In adjusting each disc, the mirror time is measured
to check the disc type. In the auto adjustment, whether the disc type
is correct is not checked unlike conventional models, and
accordingly, take care not to insert a different type of disc.

Three kinds of discs can be set in advance. In this case, set discs in
order to the displayed number with following the massage. Every
time after adjusting a disc, the disc is replaced and adjustment is
continued automatically.

Set Disc
Disc slot number 1: DVD-SL (TDV-520CS0 or HLX-503 or HLX-
504)
Disc slot number 2: CD (LUV-P01 or YEDS-18 or PATD-012)
Disc slot number 3: DVD-DL (TDV-540C only)

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2. Drive Manual Operation 2-3. Servo Control


On the Test Mode Menu screen, select [2], and the manual operation
menu will be displayed. For the manual operation, each servo on/ ### Drive Manual Operation ###
off control and adjustment can be executed manually. 3. Servo Control
1. LD DVD Off/On
## Drive Manual Operation ## 2. LD CD Off/On
3. Focus Off/On
4. Spindle Off/On
2. Operation Commands 5. Track Off/On
3. Servo Control 6. Sled Off/On
4. Track/Layer Jump
8. Focus Ramp
6. Memory Check
7. Changer Manual Move
8. Changer Mecha Check Exit: RETURN
Exit: RETURN
Model :DVP-CX995V On this screen, the servo on/off control necessary for replay is
Revision:x.xxx executed. Normally, turn on each servo from 1 sequentially and
when CLVA is turned on, the usual trace mode becomes active. In
Basic operation (controllable from front panel or remote the trace mode, DVD sector address or CD time code is displayed.
commander) This is not displayed where the spindle is not locked.
The spindle could run overriding the control if the spindle system is
I/1 : Power OFF faulty or RF is not present. In such a case, do not operate CLVA.
x : Servo stop
Z : Stop+Eject/Loading [1] LD DVD : Turn on/off the laser for DVD.
O (RETURN) : Return to Operation Menu or Test Mode Menu [2] LD CD : Turn on/off the laser for CD.
> , . : Transition between sub modes of menu [3] Focus : Turn on/off the focus servo.
[1] to [9], [0] : Selection of menu and items [4] Spindle : Turn on/off the spindle servo.
Cursor [Q]/[q] : Increase/Decrease in manually adjusted value [5] Track : Turn on/off the tracking servo.
[6] Sled : Turn on/off the sled servo.
2-2. Operation Commands [8] Focus Ramp : In the laser diode on and focus servo off status,
repeat the focus up/down.
### Drive Manual Operation ###
2. Operation Commands 2-4. Track/Layer Jump
1. Search Disc (DVD Priority) 4. Track/Layer Jump
2. Search Disc (CD Priority) 1. 1Tj FWD
3. PLAY 2. 1Tj REV
4. Pause 3. 200Tj FWD
5. Stop 4. 200Tj REV
5. 2kTj FWD
6. 2kTj REV
9. Lj (L1->L0) FWD
0. Lj (L0->L1) REV
Exit: RETURN

[1] Serch Disc : DVD SDISC (F/E command) is performed by


(DVD Priority) priority. Exit: RETURN
[2] Serch Disc : CD SDISC (F/E command) is performed by
(CD Priority) priority. On this screen, track jump, etc. can be performed. Only for the DVD-
[3] PLAY : Playback the current disc (DVD/CD). DL, the focus jump and layer jump are displayed in the right field.
Start address is DVD = 0x030000 or CD =
00:00:00. [1] 1Tj FWD : 1-track jump forward.
[4] Pause : Pause [2] 1Tj REV : 1-track jump reverse.
[5] Stop : Stop [3] 200Tj FWD : 200-track jump forward.
[4] 200Tj REV : 200-track jump reverse.
[5] 2kTj FWD : 2k-track jump forward.
[6] 2kTj REV : 2k-track jump reverse.
[9] Lj (L1->L0) : Layer jump.
[0] Lj (L0->L1) : Layer jump.

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2-6. Memory Check [PLAY] : Loads the disc from the chucking position of
The display image is shown below and three screens in total can be Loading In the table toward inside the mechanism deck.
selected. When the Disc Load is selected, a series of
operation starting from Loading – Chucking is
6. Memory Check Flash Data 1 performed.
CD SL L0 L1
An.Off A xx xx xx xx [STOP] : Moves the disc from inside the mechanism deck
An.Off B xx xx xx xx
Loading Out to the table.
An.Off C xx xx xx xx
An.Off D xx xx xx xx
When the Disc Unload is selected, a series of
An.Off E xx xx xx xx operation starting from Unloading – Chucking
An.Off F xx xx xx xx is performed.
An.G.Main xx xx xx xx
An.G.Side xx xx xx xx [OP/CL] : Opens and closes the door.
RF level xx xx xx xx Door Open/Close
FE S level xx xx xx xx ( Z key)
Down:NextPage Exit:RETURN
[UP] : Pops up the lever.
6. Memory Check Flash Data 2
CD SL L0 L1
Poper Up
TE Level xx xx xx xx ([Q] key)
TE Offset xx xx xx xx
FCS Gain xx xx xx xx [DOWN] : Pops down the lever.
TRK Gain xx xx xx xx Poper Down
FCS Bal.1 xx xx xx xx ([q] key)
FCS Bal.2 xx xx xx xx
RFEQ 1 xx xx xx xx
[jog FOR]*1 : Moves the table to the right in units of the slit.
RFEQ 2 xx xx xx xx
VTS2 xx xx xx xx
Table R step Turn The table number is incremented in the direction
Jitter xx xx xx xx of positive (+) number.
Up/Dn:Prev/NextPage Exit:RETURN
[jog PRV]*1 : Moves the table to the left in units of the slit.
6. Memory Check Flash Data 3 Table L step Turn The table number is decremented in the
CD SL L0 L1 direction of negative (–) number.
VTS1 xx xx xx xx
[DISP] : When this item is selected, the 400CHG Sensor
Sensor Status Check appears on the screen.
([DISPLAY] key)

*1) Turn the [DISC/AMS] knob on the main unit.

Display when the Sensor Status is selected in the Changer Manual


Move.
Up:PrevPage Exit:RETURN
## 400CHG Sensor Check ##
2-7. Changer Manual Move Table 1/2/3/4 : X/X/X/X
On this test mode screen, selecting [7] enables the machine operation Table lock : X
such as disc loading. The following screen appears. Load in : X
Load out : X
Door open : X
Display when [7] is selected in the Drive Manual Operation
Door close : X
Poper up : X
## Changer Manual Move ## Poper down : X
ENTER : Mecha Initial Disc Sensor : XXX
PLAY : Loading In
STOP : Loading Out
OP/CL : Door Open/Close RETURN : Exit
UP : Poper Up
DOWN : Poper Down
jogFOR : Table R StepTurn
Table 1/2/3/4 : Indicates table sensor 1/2/3/4 status.
jogPRV : Table L StepTurn (0: Low, 1: High)
DISP : Sensor Status
Table lock : Indicates each switch status.
Load in/out (0: Off, 1: On)
RETURN : Exit Door open/close
Poper up/down
[ENTER] : Performs initialization of mechanism deck.
Mecha Initial Because the mechanical initialization is Disc Sensor : Indicates sensitivity of the disc sensor.
performed when the machine enters the Drive The value is raging from 0 to 3FF.
Manual Operation mode, use this item when
an error such as adjustment error occurs.

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2-8. Changer Mecha Check Display when [PAUSE] is selected in the Changer Mecha Check.
On this test mode screen, selecting [8] enables the table sensor and
the disc sensor adjustment. The following screen appears. Note: Refer to page 32 for “POP UP MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT”.

Display when [8] is selected in the Drive Manual Operation ## 400CHG Mecha Adjust ##
UP : Load in
## Changer Mecha Check ## DOWN : Load out
ENTER : Mecha Initial RIGHT : Pop Up
OP/CL : Disc Load/UnLoad LEFT : Pop Down
jogFOR : Table R StepTurn
jogPRV : Table L StepTurn Table 1/2/3/4 : X/X/X/X

PLAY : Table Rotate


PAUSE : Mecha Adjust
DISP : Sensor Status
RETURN : Exit

RETURN : Exit [UP] : Loads the disc from the chucking position of the
Load in table toward inside the mechanism deck during
All operations are the same as those of the Changer Manual Move pressing the [Q] key.
except [OP/CL], [PLAY] and [PAUSE].
[DOWN] : Loads the disc from inside the mechanism deck to
[OP/CL] : Loads the disc from the chucking position of Load out the table during pressing the [q] key.
Disc Load/UnLoad the table toward inside the mechanism deck
( Z key) or from inside the mechanism deck to the [RIGHT] : Pops up the lever during pressing the [w] key.
table. Pop Up
When the Disc Load is selected a series of
operation starting from Door Close – Table [LEFT] : Pops down the lever during pressing the [W] key.
Rotate – Chucking is performed. Pop Down
When the Disc UnLoad is selected a series of
operation starting from Unchucking – Table Table 1/2/3/4 : This item is the same as that of the 400CHG Sensor
Rotate – Door Open is performed. Check.

[PLAY] : Enters the Disc Sensor Adjustment Mode.


Table Rotate The 400CHG Table Rotate appears on the
screen.

[PAUSE] : Enters the Table Sensor Adjustment Mode.


Mecha Adjust The 400CHG Mecha Adjust appears on the
screen.

Display when [PLAY] is selected in the Changer Mecha Check.

Note: Refer to page 32 for “TABLE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT”.

## 400CHG Table Rotate ##


RIGHT : Turn Right
LEFT : Turn Left

Table 1/2/3/4 : X/X/X/X


Disc Sensor : XXX

RETURN : Exit

[RIGHT]*1 : Rotates table counterclockwise.


Turn Right

[LEFT]*1 : Rotates table clockwise.


Turn Left

Table 1/2/3/4 : These items are the same as those of the


Disc Sensor 400CHG Sensor Check.

*1) Turn the [DISC/AMS] knob on the main unit.

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3. Mecha Aging DISPLAY SECTION


The mechanism aging is not supported.

4. Emergency History DISPLAY TEST MODE


Execute the Self Check Mode along the following flow.
### EMG. History ###
START
Laser Hours
CD xxh xxm I/F CON information
DVD xxh xxm
FL tube grid and segment check
01.00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 SIRCS reception check
02.00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Key check
Select : 1-9 Scroll : UP/DOWN
Jog and LED check
(1: Last EMG.) Exit : RETURN
Keyboard check
On the Test Mode Menu screen, selecting [4] displays the
information such as servo emergency history. The history FINISH
information from last “1” up to “10” can be scrolled with [Q] key or
[q] key. Also, specific information can be displayed by directly
entering that number with the ten-key pad from [1] to [9]. 1. Entering the Display Test Mode
The upper two lines display the laser ON total hours. Data below The Display Test mode starts if either of the following conditions is
minutes are omitted. satisfied.

Clearing History Information Condition 1:


Clearing laser hours With the SELF_CHECK (pin oj) of the IF CON (IC304) on the
Press [DISPLAY] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. MB board kept “low”, turn the power on. (Short the CL301)
Both CD and DVD data are cleared.
Clearing emergency history Condition 2:
Press [TOP MENU] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. While pressing the x key on the set when the set is in standby
Initializing setup data state, press the [RETURN] t [DISPLAY] key on the remote
Press [MENU] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. commander and the mode transits to the Self Check mode.
The data have been initialized when “Set Up Initialized”
message is displayed. When the Self Check mode started, “TEST START” is displayed
The EMG. History display screen will be restored soon. on the FL tube for 2 seconds and then the Self Check proceeds to
the IF CON information display.
5. Version Information
2. Releasing the Display Test Mode
### Version Information ### To release the Self Check mode, disconnect the AC plug.
IF con Ver:x.xxx(xxxx)
3. IF CON Information Display
B/E Ver:xxx xxx
When enter this mode, it displays as follows.

F/E Ver:xx
All segments turn on

Model :DVP-CX995V Model type display


Region :xxx(x)
Destination display
Exit : RETURN
Version display
IF con : IC304 on the MB board
B/E : IC205 on the MB board ROM creation date display
F/E : IC104 on the MB board

6. Video Level Adjustment


If the [DISC/AMS] knob is pressed, the test proceeds to the following
On the Test Mode Menu screen, selecting [6] displays color bars for
FL tube GRID and SEGMENT check.
video level adjustment. During display of color bars, OSD disappears
but the menu screen will be restored if pressing the [RETURN] key.

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4. FL Tube Grid and Segment Check 6. Key Check


First, a grid lights up one after another, and when grid 16 lights up, After the SIRCS reception check finished, the Key check is executed.
all grids light up. Upon start of the Key check, “KEY CHECK” is displayed on the
Next, all grids go off, and segments are displayed while changing FL tube.
the patterns. 25 keys are checked as described below.
A way of this display is repeated. Each time a key is pressed, the specified segment lights up, and at
(The interval of grid lighting is 0.2 second, and that of segment one second after all keys were pressed, all of FL tube go off and the
lighting is 0.4 second.) Key check finishes.

FL tube GRID check Key check

GRID1 on
(0.2 sec interval)
GRID2 on <KEY> <SEGMENT>
(0.2 sec interval)
I/1 VIDEO
(0.2 sec interval) FL OFF VCD
GRID16 on (ALL GRIDs light up) TIME/TEXT DVD
(0.2 sec interval) PICTURE MODE CD
ALL OFF REPEAT AUDIO
(0.4 sec interval) LOAD SA-CD
The 1st SEG of each GRID on FOLDER N
(0.4 sec interval) ONE/ALL DISCS PROGRESSIVE
The 2nd SEG of each GRID on A DISC EJECT ALL DISCS
(0.4 sec interval) OPEN/CLOSE TRACK
H ;Digital
(0.4 sec interval) X
The 18th SEG of each GRID on x MP3
TOP MENU SHUFFLE
MENU REPEAT
DISPLAY 1
If the [DISC/AMS] knob is pressed, the test proceeds to the following ORETURN PGM
SIRCS reception check. t A-
R B
T HYBRID
5. SIRCS Reception Check r ANGLE
Upon start of the SIRCS reception check, “SIRCS CHECK” is Jog stick NTSC
displayed on the FL tube. DISC/AMS DISC
Once the SIRCS key code is received, the test proceeds to the +100 GROUP
following Key check. DISC CHANGE TITLE
DIRECT SEARCH X
SIRCS reception check

Wait for SIRCS code receiving


(Once the SIRCS code is
received, the check finishes.) Cancel processing
Cancel processing (SIRCS key code receiving)
(Press the [DISC/AMS] knob)

SIRCS reception check finish Key check finish

If the [DISC/AMS] knob is pressed as a cancel processing of the If the SIRCS key code is received as a cancel processing of the Key
SIRCS reception check, the test proceeds to the following Key check. check, the test proceeds to the following Jog and LED check.

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7. Jog and LED Check 9. Display Test Mode Result Indication


After the Key check finished, the Jog and LED check is executed as After the Keyboard check finished, it displays result of Display Test
follows. mode.
Upon start of the Jog and LED check, “JOG AND LED” is displayed At this time, even if a signal from a key on the set, remote
on the FL tube. commander, or keyboard is received, nothing changes.
There are six LEDs. The order in which the LEDs light up when the
[DISC/AMS] knob is rotated as described below. Self check mode finish

clockwise counterclockwise
Using the grid 1 to grid 12, the
following characters are displayed.
SACD (Blue)
“TEST OK”
MULTI CHANNEL (Blue)

DISC CHANGE (Amber) At the SIRCS reception check, Key check, Jog and LED check, and
Keyboard check, if you proceed to the next check without completing
DIRECT SEARCH (Green) current check, the check name that has not completed yet is displayed
instead of “TEST OK”, as follows.
FL OFF (Amber)
If SIRCS reception check has not completed “SIRCS NG”
HDMI (Blue) (If JOG dial is pressed during SIRCS
reception check)
If KEY check has not completed “KEY NG”
If the [DISC/AMS] knob is pressed during the Jog and LED check,
(If SIRCS key code is received during KEY
the Jog and LED check finishes and the test proceeds to the following
check)
KEYBOARD check.
If JOG and LED check has not completed “JOG LED NG”
8. Keyboard Check (If JOG dial is pressed without rotating JOG
After the Jog and LED check finished, the Keyboard check is dial even once during JOG and LED check)
executed. If KEYBOARD check has not completed “KEYBOARD NG”
Once a signal is received from the keyboard, the Keyboard check (If JOG dial is pressed during a signal
finishes. reception from keyboard)
The “KEYBOARD” is displayed on the FL tube until a signal is
received from the keyboard. Also, if two or more checks have not completed yet

If the [DISC/AMS] knob is pressed during the Keyboard check, the All four checks are erroneous “S KY J KB NG”
Keyboard check finishes and the test proceeds to the following check.
Three checks are erroneous “S J KB NG”
“S KY KB NG”
When the Keyboard check finished, it displays result of Display
Test mode. (See next item) Two checks are erroneous “ KY KB NG”
“ KY J NG”

Each error is displayed at the fixed position of the FL tube (not left
aligned), and the items that have completed are blank.

Note: The alphabets mentioned above denote the following checks.


S : SIRCS reception check
KY : Key check
J : Jog and LED check
KB : Keyboard check
NG : There are error items.

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SECTION 5
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
POP UP MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT TABLE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT

1. Connect the AC plug of the set to AC consent, then the set After the Pop Up Mechanism Adjustment, perform this adjustment
enters standby mode. continuously.
2. Press the [TOP MENU], [CLEAR] and I/1 keys on the remote
commander in this order, then the set enters the DVD Test 1. Loosen the fixing screw. Moving the holder little by little, stop
Mode. it at a boundary point where the PROGRESSIVE LED (blue)
3. Select “2. Drive Manual Operation” by pressing the [2] key. goes off and the SA-CD LED (white) lights up. If the holder
4. Select “8. Changer Mecha Check” by pressing the [8] key. is moved in reverse direction, stop the holder at a point where
5. Press the [ENTER] key, then the CDM initializies. the SA-CD LED goes off and the PROGRESSIVE LED lights
6. Press the [PAUSE] key, then the table rotates to the mechanical up.
adjustment position, the door opens and the table locks. (Fig.
1) 2. Moving the table right and left with a hand after the screw is
7. Keep pressing the [w] key to raise the pop up part. fixed, the table will move by the play of the table. If the LEDs
8. Loosen the adjusting screw, move the screwdriver left and right light up alternately, the adjustment will be performed correctly.
until the lever (POP UP) does not touch the slit wall, and secure (Fig. 3)
the screw. (Fig. 2)

The following keys have special functions in this mode.


[Q] key : Loading mechanism IN operation
[q] key : Loading mechanism OUT operation
[w] key : Pop up part UP operation
[W] key : Pop up part DOWN operation
Holder (table sensor 400)

S tight, screw
(PTTWH3 × 6)

At this position,this
part will be locked.

Fig. 1

Table (400) assembly


Swing

Fig. 3
Cover (chassis 400)

Lever (POP-UP 400)

Fix to the center so that the


lever (POP-UP 400) does
not touch the slit.

Fig. 2

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SECTION 6
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Instruments required: 6-2. POWER SUPPLY CHECK
1) Color monitor TV
2) Oscilloscope 1 or 2 phenomena, band width over 100 MHz, Mode: E-E
with delay mode Instrument: Digital voltmeter
3) Frequency counter (over 8 digits)
4) Digital voltmeter EVER +3.3 V Check
5) Remote commander (RM-ASP001) Check point JL381 on the AV board
6) CD reference disc Specification 3.3 ± 0.2 V
LUV-P01 (4-999-032-01)
SW +4.5 V Check
YEDS-18 (3-702-101-01)
Check point JL378 on the AV board
PATD-012 (4-225-203-01)
7) DVD reference disc Specification 4.5 ± 0.2 V
TDV-520CS0 (J-2501-236-A) (single layer) (NTSC) SW +5 V Check
HLX-503 (J-6090-069-A) (single layer) (NTSC) Check point JL382 on the AV board
HLX-504 (J-6090-088-A) (single layer) (NTSC) Specification 5.0 ± 0.3 V
TDV-540C (J-2501-235-A) (dual layer) (NTSC, Opposite) SW +12 V Check
HLX-501 (J-6090-071-A) (dual layer) (NTSC) Check point JL376 on the AV board
HLX-505 (J-6090-089-A) (dual layer) (NTSC) Specification 12.0 ± 1.0 V
8) SA-CD reference disc
EVER +12 V Check
HLXA-509 (J-6090-090-A)
Check point JL383 on the AV board
9) Extension Cable (J-2501-199-A)
Specification 12.0 ± 1.0 V
6-1. OPTICAL TRAVERSE UNIT CHECK SW –12 V Check
In the case of quality judgement when the defect of the optical Check point JL373 on the AV board
traverse unit like the skip etc. is thought, and in case of operation Specification –12.0 ± 1.0 V
confirming when replacing optical traverse unit, select “ALL” of EVER –12 V Check
“1. DRIVE AUTO ADJUSTMENT” in the test mode (refer to page Check point JL372 on the AV board
23, 25), adjust DVD-SL (single layer), CD and DVD-DL (dual layer), Specification –12.0 ± 1.0 V
and confirm whether the result of each setting value is the range of
the following specification. Checking method:
1) Confirm that each voltage satisfies the specification.
DVD-DL
DVD-SL CD
L0 L1
An.Off.A 20 to E0 20 to E0 20 to E0 –
An.Off.B 20 to E0 20 to E0 20 to E0 – 6-3. ADJUSTMENT OF VIDEO SYSTEM
An.Off.C 20 to E0 20 to E0 20 to E0 –
6-3-1. Video Level Adjustment
An.Off.D 20 to E0 20 to E0 20 to E0 –
<Purpose>
An.Off.E – 20 to E0 – – This adjustment is made to satisfy the NTSC standard, and if not
An.Off.F – 20 to E0 – – adjusted correctly, the brightness will be too large or small.
An.G.Main 0E to 1C 0E to 1A 1D to 28 1D to 28
An.G.Side – 0C to 1C – – Mode Video level adjustment in test mode
RF level 70 to F0 70 to F0 60 to F0 60 to F0 Signal Color bars
FE S L0 74 to FF 74 to FF 54 to FF – Check point VIDEO LINE OUT connector (J103)
FE S L1 – – – 54 to FF (75 Ω terminated)
VTS2 00 to 10 – – – Instrument Oscilloscope
TE levDVD 28 to 48 – 28 to 48 28 to 48 Adjusting element RV501
+0.04
TE levCD – 34 to 60 – – Specification 1.0 –0.02 Vp-p
D0 to FF 20 to E0 20 to E0
TE Offset A0 to CC
00 to 30 00 to 30 00 to 30 Adjusting method:
FCS Gain 20 to 3F 18 to 38 20 to 48 20 to 48 1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment”
TRK Gain 30 to 50 30 to 50 30 to 50 30 to 50 so that color bars are generated.
2) Adjust the RV501 to attain 1.0 +–00..0042 Vp-p.
FCS Bal.1 – – – –
FCS Bal.2 36 to 4F 36 to 4F 36 to 4F 36 to 4F
REFQ1 – – – –
REFQ2 0C to 30 14 to 24 0C to 30 0C to 30
Jitter 07 to 14 07 to 0F 07 to 14 – 1.0 +0.04
–0.02 Vp-p

Fig. 6-1

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6-3-2. Progressive Video Output Level Adjustment 6-3-4. Checking S Video Output S-C
<Purpose> <Purpose>
This adjusts progressive video output level. If it is incorrect, correct This checks whether the S-C satisfies the NTSC standard. If it is
brightness will not be attained when connected to, for instance, not correct, the colors will be to dark or light.
projector.
Mode Video level adjustment in test mode
Mode Video level adjustment in test mode Signal Color bars
Signal Color bars Check point S VIDEO OUT (S-C) connector (J101)
Check point COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y) (75 Ω terminated)
connector (J102) (75 Ω terminated) Instrument Oscilloscope
Instrument Oscilloscope Specification A = 286 ± 30 mVp-p (NTSC)
Adjusting element RV500
+0.04
Specification 1.0 –0.02 Vp-p Checking method:
1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment”
Adjusting method: so that color bars are generated.
1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment” 2) Confirm that the S-C burst is “A”.
so that color bars are generated.
2) Adjust the RV500 to attain 1.0 +–00..0042 Vp-p.
A

1.0 +0.04
–0.02 Vp-p

Fig. 6-4

Fig. 6-2 6-3-5. Checking Component Video Output Y


<Purpose>
This checks component video output Y. If it is incorrect, correct
6-3-3. Checking S Video Output S-Y brightness will not be attained when connected to, for instance,
<Purpose> projector.
Check S-terminal video output. If it is incorrect, pictures will not
be displayed correctly in spite of connection to the TV with a S- Mode Video level adjustment in test mode
terminal cable. Signal Color bars
Check point COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y)
Mode Video level adjustment in test mode connector (J102) (75 Ω terminated)
Signal Color bars Instrument Oscilloscope
Check point S VIDEO OUT (S-Y) connector (J101) Specification 1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p
(75 Ω terminated)
Instrument Oscilloscope Checking method:
Specification 1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p 1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment”
so that color bars are generated.
Checking method: 2) Confirm that the Y level is 1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p.
1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment”
so that color bars are generated.
2) Confirm that the S-Y level is 1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p.
1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p

1.0 ± 0.05 Vp-p


Fig. 6-5

Fig. 6-3

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6-3-6. Checking Component Video Output B-Y 6-3-7. Checking Component Video Output R-Y
<Purpose> <Purpose>
This checks component video output B-Y. If it is incorrect, correct This checks component video output R-Y. If it is incorrect, correct
colors will not be displayed when connected to, for instance, colors will not be displayed when connected to, for instance,
projector. projector.

Mode Video level adjustment in test mode Mode Video level adjustment in test mode
Signal Color bars Signal Color bars
Check point COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PB/CB) Check point COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PR/CR)
connector (J102) (75 Ω terminated) connector (J102) (75 Ω terminated)
Instrument Oscilloscope Instrument Oscilloscope
Specification 700 ± 50 mVp-p Specification 700 ± 50 mVp-p

Checking method: Checking method:


1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment” 1) In the Test Mode Menu, select the “6. Video Level Adjustment”
so that color bars are generated. so that color bars are generated.
2) Confirm that the B-Y level is 700 ± 50 mVp-p. 2) Confirm that the R-Y level is 700 ± 50 mVp-p.

700 ± 50 mVp-p
700 ± 50 mVp-p

Fig. 6-6
Fig. 6-7

Adjustment Location:

– AV Board (Conductor Side) –

CN301
1
JL373
JL372
JL376
JL378
JL381
JL382
JL383 14

RV501
Video Level Adjustment
RV500
Progressive Video
Output Level Adjustment

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6-4. DISC DETECT SENSOR ADJUSTMENT


Be sure to perform this adjustment after sensor adjustment in
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT. (See page 32) D. SENS OUT board

Connection:

oscilloscope
MB board
CN301
DSENS_OUT DSENS_OUT: Pin 3
GND GND: Pin 2
HH_OUT HH_OUT: Pin 1
CH1 CH2

Waveform:

S tight, screw
(PTTWH3 × 6)

CH1 DSENS_OUT

CH2 HH_OUT

1. Connect the oscilloscope to pins 1, 2 and 3 of CN301 on CH1 DSENS_OUT


the MB board.
2. Check that no discs are loaded in the unit.
3. Perform from step 1 to step 5 in Pop Up Mechanism
Adjustment. (See page 32)
4. Press the [PAUSE] key, then the table starts to rotate in the CH2 HH_OUT
clockwise direction.
5. Turn the RV301 on MB board and adjust so that the H portion Should be at the center
A of DSENS_OUT waveform is twice the width of the H
portion B of HH_OUT waveform.

CH1 DSENS_OUT

CH2 HH_OUT

A=2×B

Adjustment Location: MB board

6. Loosen the fixing screw, move the mounting board (SENSOR),


and secure the mounting board (SENSOR) at the point the H
portion of the HH_OUT waveform comes the center of the H
portion of the DSENS_OUT waveform.

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Adjustment Location:

– MB Board (Side A) –

3
CN301
1

RV301
Disc Detect Sensor Adjustment

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SECTION 7
DIAGRAMS
7-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM – SERVO Section –

RFSACD
RFSACD 99 A (Page 39)

39 – 46
A 6 A YC0 – YC7 DIGITAL VIDEO
B 8 B RF FILTER
YC0 – YC7 B (Page 40)
RFOUT 4 3 RFIN OUT-DATA 64 16 B-DATA
C 14 C Q105
YC_CLK
D 12 D YC_CLKOUT 3 BUFFER PCM (HDMI)
OUT-CLK 61 17 B-BCLK SQUEEZE C (Page 40)
SQUEEZE 191 IC209
E 21 E OUT-DVALID 63 18 B-FLAG H_INT_B
IRQ (1) 126
F 20 F OUT-EVALID 59 20 WCLK VIDEO_RST
VIDEO_RST 9
OUT-ERR 58 187 RSERROR
PD 93 LMD1 OUT-SYNC 65 19 B-SYNC SPDIF
OPTICAL IC301
94 LMD2 21 B-V4
TRANSCEIVER OPTICAL
AUTOMATIC PCM/DTS/
POWER CONTROL DOLBY DIGITAL
LD (DVD) 89 LD1
(FOR DVD) IRQ_FE 71 127 IRQ (0) LEVEL SHIFT DIGITAL OUT
SPDIF-OUT 57 COAXIAL
Q101, 102 DVD INTERFACE Q310
IC104 RESET_N 81 186 FE_RST
AUTOMATIC
DLDR DAC
LD (CD)
POWER CONTROL
90 LD2 DAC-PCMOUT3 2 E (Page 39)
(FOR CD) DAC-SCLK
Q103, 104 DAC-SCLK 51
DAC-LRCK
DAC-LRCK 56
SW (DVD/CD) 43 DVD/CD PCM (5.1CH)
FLFR
INLIM 45 INLIM DAC-PCMOUT0 52
CSW
D (Page 39)
DAC-PCMOUT1 53
SLSR
OPTICAL DAC-PCMOUT2 54
ADAC_CS
TRAVERSE UNIT ADAC_CS 22
(DBU-3) SO
SO 207
SCLK
TRACKING/FOCUS COIL DRIVE, SCLK 208
SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVE
DAC-PCMCLK
IC102 DAC-PCMCLK 55 F (Page 39)
36 DO1– SA_CS SACD, I2S
FCS+ CPU-CE (2) 133 G (Page 39)
IN1– 1 33 FACT SA_IRQ
FCS– 37 DO1+ IRQ (2) 125
SA_WAIT
CPU-WAIT 131
TRK+ 35 DO2+ SA_RW
IN2– 4 34 TACT CPU-RW 130
TRK– 34 DO2– I2S_DATA_OUT • SIGNAL PATH
I2S_DATA_OUT 6
I2S_BCLK_OUT
SLEDGEA+ 32 DO3+ I2S_BCLK_OUT 7
I2S_BFLAG_OUT
: PLAY (VIDEO)
IN3– 7 28 DISC I2S_BFLAG_OUT 8
SLEDGEA– 31 DO3– I2S_WCK_OUT
I2S_WCK_OUT 196 : PLAY (AUDIO)
SLEDGEB+ 30 DO4+ I2S_SYNC_OUT
IN4– 10 29 SLED I2S_SYNC_OUT 193
SLEDGEB– 29 DO4– FUR_RST
FUR_RST 1
SPINDLE+ 27 DO5– LOW-PASS FILTER
IN5– 13 44 SP CPU-DATA (0) –

141 – 148,
28 DO5+ IC101 (1/3)

151 – 158
SPINDLE–
CPU-DATA (0) – CPU-DATA (15) SACD
41 OPIN2– CPU-DATA (15) H (Page 39)
OPOUT2 40 70 SPDIR
42 OPIN2+
MUTE12
MUTE34

CPU-ADR (1) –

161 – 170,
MUTE5

173 – 183
CPU-ADR (1) – CPU-ADR (7)
CPU-ADR (21)
19 20 21

36 MUTE_SP ADDRESS BUS


37 MUTE_DRV
BE_RST
3.3V-D (MB)
PARALELL DATA BUS
J (Page 39)
CENTER VOLTAGE
GENERATOR SDA 67 194 BE_SDA
IC101 (3/3)
SCL 66 195 BE_SCL
REFERENCE VOLTAGE SD-RAM
FREIN

VREF (2.7V) GENERATOR 32 REF 29 – 36, 25 – 16, 29 – 36, 25 – 16, IC203


IC101 (2/3) 38 – 45 10 – 1, 48 38 – 45 10 – 1, 48
87 DQ0 – DQ14, DQ15A-1 A1 – A21 DQ0 – DQ14, DQ15A-1 A1 – A21
A0 – A11,

UDQM
LDQM
DQ0 – DQ15 BA0, BA1

RAS
CAS
CLK
FLASH MEMORY FLASH MEMORY

WE
RP

RP

CS
W

W
G

G
E

E
IC202 IC204 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 22 – 26,
BE_SDA
BE_SCL

11 28 26 12 11 28 26 12 11, 42, 44, 45, 47, 29 – 35, 38 19 18 17 16 15 39


48, 50, 51, 53 20, 21
I2C
(Page 40) K
SA_SYS_CLK
(Page 39) L 120 PIX-CLK
84 – 93, 58 – 63,
128 117 132 134 124 95 82 74 76 77 78 79 80
X201 OSC BUFFER BE_RXD 97 – 102 66 – 73
197 IF_TXD
CPU-BE (0)
CPU-OE
CPU-CE (3)

CPU-CE (1)

RESET

SMI-CLKOUT
SMI-CLKIN
SMI-CS (0)
SMI-RAS
SMI-CAS
SMI-WE
SMI-DQML
SMI-DQMU
27MHz IC201 SMI-DATA (0) – SMI-ADR (0) –
BE_TXD
200 IF_RXD SMI-DATA (15) SMI-ADR (13)
BE_CS
13 BE_CS
BE_BUSY
11 BE_BUSY
CPU-I/F TMODE_SW CPU
(Page 39) N 103 TMODE_SW
IC205

BE_A_MUTE
(Page 39) P 188 BE_A_MUTE

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7-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM – AUDIO Section –

D/A CONVERTER
IC501
PCM (5.1CH) FLFR
(Page 38) D 14 SDTI1 LOUT1+ 2
CSW L
16 SDTI2
SLSR LOUT1– 1
15 SDTI3
LINE AMP MUTING
ADAC_CS FRONT
21 CSN/CAD1 IC202 Q203
SO ROUT1+ 48
20 CDTI/SDA R
SCLK
19 CCLK/SCL ROUT1– 47
DAC DLDR MUTING
(Page 38) E 13 SDTI4 Q204
DAC-SCLK
9 BICK LOUT3+ 42
DAC-LRCK CENTER
17 LRCK
LOUT3– 41 J201
LINE AMP MUTING 5.1CH
HDMI_MCLK IC204 Q207
(Page 40) Q OUTPUT
ROUT3+ 40
WOOFER
DAC-PCMCLK OSC BUFFER ROUT3– 39
(Page 38) F IC206
10 MCLK MUTING
Q208
LOUT2+ 46
SACD MEDIA PLAYER L
IC401 LOUT2– 45
LINE AMP MUTING
29 AUD_CLK REAR
IC203 Q205
RFSACD ROUT2+ 44
(Page 38) A 35 AGCINP R
DSD_PCM_0 108 25 DSDL1 ROUT2– 43
DSD_PCM_1 109 26 DSDR1 MUTING
25, 23, 22, 16 – 11,

Q206
CPU-DATA (0) – DSD_PCM_2 110 29 DSDL3
H_DQ0 –

CPU-DATA (15) LOUT4+ 38


9 – 5, 3, 2

DSD_PCM_3 111 30 DSDR3


H_DQ15

SACD L
(Page 38) H DSD_PCM_4 113 27 DSDL2
LOUT4– 37 J103 (1/2)
DSD_PCM_5 114 28 DSDR2 LINE AMP MUTING AUDIO
DSD_PCM_11 121 23 DSDL4 1 2
IC201 Q201 LINE OUT
DSD_PCM_9 120 24 DSDR4 ROUT4+ 33
DSD_PCM_8 117 22 DCLK R
H_A1 – H_A6,

CPU-ADR (1) – ROUT4– 32


H_A_SEL
128 – 123

CPU-ADR (7) MUTING


1,

Q202

SD-RAM
IC403
SACD, I2S SA_CS
(Page 38) G SA_IRQ
24 H_CSN
MUTING MUTING MUTING
H_IRQN
2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 42,

28
44, 45, 47, 48, 50, 51, 53

SA_WAIT CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL


87, 90, 91, 93 – 98,

27 H_WAIT Q307 – 309 Q304 – 306 Q301 – 303


SA_RW
100 – 105, 107

26 H_RWN
D_DQO –
D_DQ15

I2S_DATA_OUT DZF23 5
45 B_DATA/BE_DAT0 DQ0 – DQ15
I2S_BCLK_OUT DZFR1 4
46 B_BCLK/SDCLK

PDN
I2S_BFLAG_OUT DZFL1 3
42 B_FLAG/SERR
I2S_WCK_OUT
44 B_WCLK/SENB 8
I2S_SYNC_OUT
43 B_SYNC/SYNC
FUR_RST
70 – 75, 77 – 79

122 RESETN
D-ADDR0 –
D_ADDR13
64 – 68,

20 – 26,
29 – 35

A0 – A11,
BA0, BA1
SA_SYS_CLK
(Page 38) L 21 SYS_CLK
18 H_PROCCLOCK
D_CLK 86 38 CLK
D_WEN 80 16 WE • SIGNAL PATH
D_RASN 81 18 RAS
D_CASN 82 17 CAS : PLAY (VIDEO)
D_UDQM 88 39 UDQM : PLAY (AUDIO)
D_LDQM 89 15 LDQM

BE_RST
(Page 38) J
BE_A_MUTE
(Page 38) P VMUTE
R (Page 40)

34 68 69
BE_RST

AMUTE

VMUTE
CPU-I/F BE_RXD0
(Page 38) N BE_TXD
46 BE_RXD0
45 BE_TXD
BE_CS
23 BE_CS
BE_BUSY SYSTEM CONTROLLER
33 BE_BUSY
TMODE_SW IC304 (1/2)
83 TMODE_SW

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7-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM – VIDEO Section –

SQUEEZE WIDE ON/OFF


SWITCH
Q103, 104
1 J103 (2/2)
VIDEO
LINE OUT
V 44 3 VIDEO_IN VIDEO_OUT 33 2

53 – 55, 58 –62
YC0

SI2 – SI9
23 – 30

68 – 61
DIGITAL_VIDEO – YC7
(Page 38) B SO2 – SO9 S (2) – S (9)
1
Y 43 8 Y_IN Y_OUT 29 3
1
YC_CLK C 42 6 C_IN C_OUT 31 4
10 CLKI
2 J101
S VIDEO
RV501
OUT
RSET1 47 VIDEO 5
LEVEL 7
2
INTERLACE/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO 8
VIDEO AMP 6
CONVERTER D/A CONVERTER
IC102
IC401 IC500

SD-RAM

2 – 9, 12, 13
IC402

56 – 47
YO0 – YO9 P_Y (0) –
P_Y (9) Y/G 39 12 Y_IN Y_OUT 24 Y
2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 39
40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49

J102

MD0 – MD15
CB/R 38 15 CB_IN CB_OUT 22
DQ0 – DQ15

PR/CR COMPONENT
113 – 120,
123 – 130

14 – 18, 26 – 30
VIDEO OUT

43 – 34
CO0 – CO9 P_C (0) – CR/B 37 17 CR_IN CR_OUT 20 PB/CB
P_C (9)

MUTE1
MUTE2
RV500
RSET2 35 PROGRESSIVE VIDEO
OUTPUT LEVEL
MA0 – MA11

7 16
101 – 105

CLKO 59 32 CLKIN
A0 – A11
19 – 24,

92 – 98,
27 – 32

63 CLKIN_2
VMUTE
R (Page 39)

RESET8
SDA
SCL
CLK 35 83 MCLK
RAS 17 106 RAS 21 22 33
CAS 16 108 CAS
WE 15 109 WE
DQMU 36 107 DQM SDA 5 • SIGNAL PATH
DQML 14 SCL 6
: PLAY (VIDEO) : Y/C
I2C BE_SDA : PLAY (AUDIO) : YUV
(Page 38) K
BE_SCL
: VIDEO (COMPOSITE) : COMPONENT VIDEO
VIDEO_RST

8 NRST
44 43 42 J600
HDMI

CSDA
CSCL

RESET
OUT
QB0 – QB7
138 – 141,
143 – 146

79 – 75,

D0 – D7
70 – 68 7
TX0+ 30 DATA0+
9
TX0– 29 DATA0–
4
67, 65 – 61,
QG0 – QG7
151 – 154,
157 – 160

D8 – D15

TX1+ 33 DATA1+
58, 57

6
TX1– 32 DATA1–
1
TX2+ 36 DATA2+
3
QR0 – QR7
164 – 167,

D16 – D23
170 – 173

56 – 49

TX2– 35 DATA2–
10
HDMI TXC+ 27 CLOCK+
TRANSMITTER 12
IC600 TXC– 26 CLOCK–

QCLK 148 60 IDCK 16


QV 134 2 VSYNC DSDA 19 LEVEL SHIFT SDL (5V)
QH 135 1 HSYNC IC605 15
DSCL 20 SCL (5V)
QDE 136 80 DE

LEVEL SHIFT 19
HPD 18 HOT PLUG DET
IC602
SPDIF
5 SPDIF
H_INT_B
17 INT 18
+5V POWER
+5V POWER
PCM (HDMI) DLDR (HMDI OUT)
(Page 38) C DAC-SCLK
10 SD0
12 SCK
DAC-LRCK
11 WS

HDMI_MCLK
(Page 39) Q 6 MCLK

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7-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM – PANEL, TABLE, POWER SUPPLY Section –

SYSTEM CONTROLLER
IC304 (2/2)
FL DRIVER
IC1001 RESET SIGNAL
RESET 16 GENERATOR
IC306

54 – 40
1G – 15G OPAMP+B
DA 70 56 FLDSDATA
D301
FLUORESCENT GRID DRIVE CP 69 57 FLDSCLK
39 16G
INDICATOR TUBE Q1010 CS 68 62 FLDCS
FL1001 B+ SWITCH SWITCHING
RESET 67 61 FLDRST MUTING B+
Q373, 374 REGULATOR

20 – 3
P1 – P18
EVER+3.3V (PANEL),

OOSC1
EVER+3.3V

OSC0
EVER+3.3V (MB)
LEVEL SHIFT
P_CONT 70 P-CONT
65 66 Q303, 304

PON_CHECK 95
+3.3V
3.3V-A (MB),
REGULATOR
3.3V-D (MB)
IC208
D801 LED DRIVE
79 LED7
(TABLE ILLUMINATION) Q307
+1.8V +3.3V
1.8V-A (MB),
REGULATOR REGULATOR
1.8V-D (MB)
IC207 IC371

73 – 76,
LED DRIVE

89, 90
D1001 – D1004, LED0 – LED3, SW+4.5V SW+4.5V
Q1001 – 1004,
D1101, D1102 LED5, LED6
Q1006, Q1007
+1.8V
+1.8V (AV) REGULATOR

52, 59, 53, 60


TABLE ADDRESS IC400
TSENS1 – TSENS4 SENSOR
100 – 98

S1001 – S1004, IC81 – 84 +2.5V


2, 1,

S1006 – S1009, KEY0 – KEY4 +2.5V (VIDEO DAC) REGULATOR


KEY0, KEY1

S1101, S1112 IC501


DRM+ 47 DOOR MOTOR +3.3V
M603
DRM– 48
DRIVE M (DOOR)
3.3V-V REGULATOR
IC961 (1/2) IC502
JG1101
PUSH ENTER +1.8V
(JOG STICK) LDM+ 49 LOADING MOTOR HDMI+1.8V REGULATOR
M602
LDM– 50
DRIVE M (LOADING) IC601
WAKE-UP IC961 (2/2) +3.3V
SWITCH
Q306 HDMI+3.3V REGULATOR
IC302, 305
IC604
TBM+ 39 LEVEL SHIFT TABLE MOTOR 5V-A (MB), 5V-D (MB),
M601
20 KEY_INT TBM– 40
Q941, 942, DRIVE M (TABLE) SW+5V (AV), SW+5V (PANEL)
SW+5V
RE1101 Q951, 952 IC941
DISC/AMS Q305
8 JOG_A +7V
PUSH ENTER
BU DRIVER +7V REGULATOR
IC103
DR_SW 92 CLOSE
S611
9 JOG_B
(DOOR OPEN/CLOSE) +5V
OPEN +5V POWER
REGULATOR
(HDMI OUT)
IC603
WAKE-UP UP S612 INVERTER
SWITCH (POP-UP) TRANSFORMER
Q301, 302 DOWN TABLE REGULATOR
T1081
REMOTE CONTROL –30V MOTOR B+ Q931
RECEIVER 31 SIRCS RECT
VDISP–30V REGULATOR
IC1002 D1081 – 1084
OUT Q1083 SW+12V (M), SW+12V
LD_SW 91 S621 12V-D
(LOADING DETECT)
IN
TO
FLUORESCENT F1 OSC
5 S622
INDICATOR TUBE Q1081, 1082
DATA 54 KBD_IN (LOCK) F2
1 FL1001
J821 CLK 58 KBC_IN
SW–12V (M) SW–12V
KEYBOARD
DISC DETECT
4 SW+5V Q1008 Q1009 DSENS_IN 94
D81, Q81 +5V
+5V 67 KBDOUT
(PANEL) A+5V REGULATOR
IC302
RV301
B+ SWITCH
DISC DETECT OPAMP+B EVER+12V
66 KBCOUT Q352, 353
KEYBOARD SENSOR
DISABLE SWITCH
Q1008, Q1009 CN301 B– SWITCH
OPAMP–B
(FOR ADJUSTMENT) Q351

3
DSENS_OUT 29 DSENS_OUT –5V (AC IN)
15 5.0M 1 AV–5V REGULATOR
X301 HH_OUT 30 HH_OUT IC101
5MHz
14 5.0M B– SWITCH
SW–12V (AV) EVER–12V
Q371, 372

SW+4.5V

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• Note for Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams • Circuit Boards Location

Note on Printed Wiring Board: Note on Schematic Diagram:


• X : parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)
• Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics
• f : internal component. and tantalums.
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
AV board
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) specified.
• f : internal component.
Caution: • C : panel designation.
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from PANEL-L board
(Conductor Side) the pattern face are indicated. Note: Note:
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from The components identi- Les composants identifiés par
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated. fied by mark 0 or dotted une marque 0 sont critiques
line with mark 0 are criti- pour la sécurité.
cal for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une
Caution:
Replace only with part pièce por tant le numéro
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from
number specified. spécifié.
(Side B) the pattern face are indicated.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from • A : B+ Line.
(Side A) the parts face are indicated. • B : B– Line.
• H : adjustment for repair.
• MB board and AV board are multi-layer printed board.
• Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
However, the patterns of intermediate-layer have not been in-
under no-signal conditions.
cluded in diagram.
no mark : DVD PLAY
• Indication of transistor
( ) : SACD PLAY
C [ ] : CD PLAY
∗ : Impossible to measure switching regulator
Q These are omitted. • Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ). KEY BOARD board
B E Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
MB board
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances. PANEL-R board
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• Signal path.
c : PLAY (VIDEO)
J : PLAY (AUDIO)
L : VIDEO (COMPOSITE)
E : Y/C
a : YUV RF TRANSLATION board
p : COMPONENT VIDEO

LOCK SW board
LOADING SW board

LED board
LOADING MOTOR board
D. SENS IN board

D. SENS
OUT board

DRIVER board

SENSOR board

DOOR MOTOR board


DOOR SW board

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7-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – RF TRANSLATION Board – • See page 42 for Circuit Boards Location. : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4

RF TRANSLATION BOARD
A
CN002

B SL001

CN003

C S
MB BOARD OPTICAL

CN001
CN101 TRAVERSE UNIT
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7-6. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MB Board (Side A) – • See page 42 for Circuit Boards Location. : Uses unleaded solder.

• Semiconductor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Location
Ref. No. Location (Page 43) (Page 58) (Page 58)
RF TRANSLATION BOARD
D101 F-10 MB BOARD (SIDE A) S CN003 A AVCN400
BOARD
B AV BOARD
CN306

D202 G-3 A
D301 E-8
C159
CN501
IC102 C-2 C142 C126 CN205
CN101
IC103 B-3
IC104 C-4

R1047

R1056
R1057
IC201 H-3 C186

FL402
C507
IC202 F-6

R105
R106
C402

R102
R103
R107

C145

C194

C127

C195

R1058
R1074
R1054
R1053

R1051
B

R1052

R1050
R1049
R1048
IC205 F-4 R104
C505
R1055

R213
IC206 E-2 1
R177 C172

FB220
FB221
R174 C175

C149
IC302 E-10
C146

R414
C188

C170
IC103 2 C102 C191

C178
E
IC304 F-9 3 C411
Q105 L105
IC305 E-10 R173

C410
R415
IC306 E-10
IC401 C-7 C428

C114

C429
R121
1 C416
Q105 B-4 C R114
C420
Q301 F-8

R613
R113

CN102
NC
IC102

R421 C418
C177
IC104

C403
R175
Q302 E-8 IC401

C165
C134

R196
5
Q303 G-9 R197

R418
R112
Q304 G-10

R185
R111 C417
C265
Q305 G-9
Q306 G-9 C124
R184

C173
R194
C425
Q307 G-8 C155

R141
R176
R181
C153 C154

R170
C156
R160 R161 R162 R163
R165 R168
D R166 R167
R1028
C113

C257
R143
R149
R152
R154
R157
R158
R159
R164
R169
R1002 C171

R407
R1034 C129
R148
R1033 C264
C242 C251
R1022 IC206
R281
R1023 R280 IC306

R1024
G
R289

C319

CN203
R279
R240 RB215 C263

R347
AV BOARD
FB211

E C250 CN302
IC302 IC305

R381
FB219

R238 RB216 R1001


C314
(Page 59)
R278

C206 3 1 3 1
E R277 R234 R232
R233

R276
R235

R231
R275 4 5 4 5
C230 X301

R313
R311
R309
R307
R306
R305
Q302
R273 C305
FL201
IC202 E C309 C313 C315
C266

R322
R333
R1059 R1060

C317 D301
E

C262
C238 30 1
R341 C327

CN301
C225 FOR
R266 ADJUSTMENT 31 100 C328
R260 Q301 R372
C222 R257 SL301

C301

D101
R256
R251 R255

R254 R253 R258 IC304

R267
F R252
R249
R248
IC205

C323
RB210
C229
R245

R246 SL302
R243 RB208
R354
50 81 R353
RB206
51 80
C204
RB205 C310
E
C209 R230
R1004 C219 C216
R229

Q304
R1005
G C208 RB203 RB202 RB201 Q303 E
C218

FL202
FL203

R358
R226
R225

RV301 E Q306 E Q305

R369
R368
E

Q307
D202
L203

C201 R201 R202 C203

R1025 1 9
CN304

4 1 1 10
C259

R208
X201

CN303 CN307 CN305


C202

IC201
H NC

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PANEL-L BOARD LED BOARD SENSOR BOARD DRIVER BOARD


F CN1003 E
CNP504 D CN81 C CN901

(Page 64) (Page 66) (Page 60) (Page 62)

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7-7. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MB Board (Side B) – • See page 42 for Circuit Boards Location. : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 • Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No. Location
MB BOARD (SIDE B) D102 B-8
A D501 A-4
D502 A-4
D503 B-4
K K

D501
D502
A A C190 R130

R127
C189 R153

R145 R151
K K
IC101 D-11

R101
C103
R117
R110
R126
R1039

R150
1 20

R139
C255
K
IC203 F-10

D503
E

IC209
A R1040 E
Q102 Q104 C185 C104

C106
K R1041 D102 IC204 F-7
R1042
Q101 Q103 R1020 IC207 E-2

C109
C108
C107
R506
10 11 C117 C132
B R505
R171
R172
C111
IC208 E-3

C502
L106 C164
C404
C110 IC209 B-6
IC501
R501

C503
C501 IC403 C-6

L108

C187
L102 L103

R124 C105
C158
R510 IC501 B-3

L101
R428

R182
R417
R138
C414
R508

R429

C151
C147
C166
C163

C141
C138
R179 Q101 B-8

R193
C131

C115

C125
C174
L401 Q102 B-8

C421
C422

C112

R180

C128
C423 L104
C419
R178 R123 R116 Q103 B-9

R125

C122
R122 R115 R129
C
RB402 RB401 Q104 B-9

C182
R424

R192
R133
R120

C120
FL401
R131

R616
R119

R617
C133

C409

C196

C119
R146

R187
R188

R189
R190
R186

R618
R615

C179
C405 R142
R641 IC403 R183

C118
R118

C176
C412
R619 R1019

R147
FB206

C136
C150 C137

C167

R137
R134
R132
R425
RB404 RB403

R108
R144

C116
R642 C424 R135
FL208
C130 C121
FB209

C426 C413
D C415

R109
R128
R136
C135
C184
C253

C139

R155
R156
C144
R140
C123
1
IC101
IC208

FL207 FB205
FB207 R1062 FB216
2
R1063 FB217
3
L202 R1061 FB215 C248
FB204 FB203
FL206 C249

R1035
R285
R1007
C207
E

R1006
3 R1036 C245 R272
C252 C258
IC207

2 C244

R1043
C243 C246
R356
R327
C311

R319 R236 R274


R303

1 R301
C326 C324 RB207

R1038
R332
R331

RB212
RB209 C221

RB213
R316 R271

C231
C234

R1003
C325
FB210 FB208 R270
R337

R263 C239
FB202

R338 C228

R268
FL209 R304 R302 R265 C237
R348

R269
R315

R261
R346
R344

C233
R362

FL205 FB201 R345 R366 R297 C235


R262
R264 R259
R321

R318
R314
R330
C307

R350 R298
C320
C316 R296
R300
IC203

C240
C321 R370 C241

RB211
F R351

C232
C322 R299
R352
R371 IC204 R250
R308

C236
R317

R247
R342 R244
R334

R328

R360
R349

C226
R361 R237
R1027

R239
R241
R221 R242 C224
RB214

R204
C247
R1029
R310 RB204

C223
R326
R325

R312 C227

R215
R206 R228

R217
R210
C217
R227
R209 C220

R216
C205

FL204
R205
R224 R223 C215
C211

R211
R212
R214
C214 C212 C213
G R207 R222
R220
C210 R219

C254
L201
R218

R203
FB212

FB214
R1015
FB213
R1014

H
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7-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB Section (1/7) – • See page 68 for Waveforms. • See page 76 for IC Pin Function Description.

(1/7)
5V-A
L104
R124 R180 10µH
C126 C142
R110 R117 R127 R139 R145 R151 1 1
100 100
22 22 220 6.3V 22 22 220 6.3V

R130
Q101,102 6.8k R153
Q101 6.8k
R182 R193
AUTOMATIC 2SB1132-T100-QR Q103 1 1
POWER CONTROL L102 2SB1132-T100-QR
(FOR DVD) 47µH R174
1k
L103

C191 100 6.3V


C145 22 6.3V
47µH

C127 22 6.3V
D102 1SS355
L105
Q104 2.2µH

R171 100k

R172 100k
C117 0.01

C132 0.01
Q102 2SC4617FTLQ R177
2SC4617FTLQ 100

C195 R173 L106


R126 C194 2.2 C172 IµH
22
270 R150 22 C158 C170 7p C175 C178
6.3V
270 6.3V 0.01
Q105
18p 56p 1500p
3.3V-A
(Page

DVD_LD
CN102 KTA1504Y

51)

CD_LD
C190
5P Q103,104 C189
1000p RF FILTER
1000p

LD1
AUTOMATIC POWER CONTROL
IOP_5V
(FOR CD)
IOP L108
IµH

LD2
NC RF MON(JIT) 1.8V-A

GND
C188 C186
RF MON C187 100 C185 100
0.01 0.1
6.3V 6.3V
AGND

1.8V-D

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01
R179
680

C131

C138

C141

C147

C151

C163

C166
L101
R178
IDµH 12k

C105
C159 0.01 C102
CN101 22 100
CN001 CN003 6.3V 6.3V
31P
24P 31P
R105 100 C111 22p D
D D D
R104 100 C110 22p C
C C C
R1020 2.2
RF RF RF
C112
0.01
GND GND(PD) GND
C104 0.01 C115
VC VC VC
0.01
C174 0.01
VCC VCC(PD) VCC
R107 100 C109 22p E
E E E RFSACD
R103 100 C108 22p A STEPA R123 510 R138 10k
A A A
R102 100 C107 22p B STEPB R122 510
B B B

F F F
R106 100 C106 22p F
R125
R192
10M
(Page 50)
C103 C114 20k
N.C N.C NC
0.01 PD 0.01 R121 510 PD
PD PD PD
R101 100 FACT R120 510
VR VR VR
TACT R119 510
VCC VCC(LD) VCC
DVD/CD C120 0.01 C182 0.01
SW SW SW(DVD/CD)
MUTE_SP LD2
GND GND(LD) GND DVD INTERFACE
DVD_LD MUTE_DRV R114 10k IC104 LD1
LD(DVD) LD(DVD) LD(DVD) STE6317ATXXY
INLIM R175 10k C196 0.01
R113
INLIM INLIM INLIM 10k
CD_LD R196 10k R146 0 FE_CLK
LD(CD) LD(CD) LD(CD)
R197 10k
R112
INLIM(POWER) INLIM(POWER) INLIM(POWER)
OPTICAL FCS+ FCS+ FCS+
FCS+

FCS-
10k

C119 0.01
R186 10k

TRAVERSE FCS-

TRK+
FCS-

TRK+
FCS-

TRK+
TRK+ DVD/CD R118 10k C179 0.01
R1028

UNIT TRK- TRK- TRK-


TRK- SP

INLIM C177 470p


100k
FE_RST

(DBU-3) SPDL+
SL001 GND(OPEN)

SPDL+
GND

SPINDLE+
SP- R1019 10k R183 10k
R194
0
SP+ R185
SPDL- SPDL- SPINDLE- 4.7k
SLA- C118 0.01 R184 4.7k
R111
NC SLEDA- SLEDGEA-
SLB- 10k C176 0.01
NC SLEDB- SLEDGEB-
SLB+
NC SLEDB+ SLEDGEB+
SLA+
SLEDA- SLEDA+ SLEDGEA+

SLEDB-

SLEDB+

SLEDA+

CN002
9P
BE_SCL

R132 10k

R134 10k

R137 10k
BE_SCL
BE_SDA
BE_SDA
FE_RST
FE_RST
R141 R181
FE_IRQ
10k 10k FE_IRQ
B_ERROR
SPDIR B_ERROR
R176
B_WCLK
10k
B_WCLK
XBCLK
XBCLK

47 6.3V

47 6.3V
XPCLK
R1002
10k XDATA
XPCLK
(Page

C137 0.01

C150 0.01

C167 0.01
R143 10k

R149 47

R152 47

R154 47

R157 47

R158 47

R159 47

R164 47
XDATA

R169 0

R170 0
XERROR
48)

C171

C173
XERROR
B_V4
B_V4
C184
FE_CLK
0.01 FE_CLK

B_ERROR

B_WCLK

XERROR

BE_SDA
BE_SCL

FE_IRQ
XDATA
XBCLK

XPCLK
C135

B_V4
0.01
B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

(Page 47)

DVP-CX995V
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DVP-CX995V
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(2/7)

B5 3.3V-D

5V-D
IC101(1/4) C139 R156
LMV324MT/NOPB 0.01 22k
4
13 5 (1/4)
14 7
12 6

C144 0.01

R155 22k
B3 CENTRE VOLTAGE
11 GENERATOR
IC101(4/4)
(4/4)
LMV324MT/NOPB

REFERENCE VOLTAGE
C113 C123
C129
C130
(Page 51)
GENERATOR 22
0.01 0.01 0.01
6.3V
DGND
R108 R109
10k 10k 12V-D
(2/4)
(Page 46) PGND
(3/4)
R144 IC101(3/4)
IC101(2/4) 4.7k LMV324MT/NOPB LOW-PASS FILTER
LMV324MT/NOPB
R136
C116 2 4.7k
1 9
0.22
3 8
10
SP

C121 R128 R135 R140


0.22 30k 4.7k 4.7k
B4

B2

MUTE_DRV
MUTE_SP
B1
SL101

R148
24k
C165 47 16V

C122 0.01

R147
27k

C136
1000p

TRACKING/FOCUS
COIL DRIVE,
SPINDLE/SLED
MOTOR DRIVE

C124
22
6.3V
R187 10k

R168
33k
SP- STEPB

SP+ R188 22k


C156 R163
0.01 56k
SLB-
R167
33k
SLB+ STEPA
IC102
SLA- FAN8035L R189 22k
C155 R162
0.01 56k
SLA+ R166
10k SL103
TACT

TRK- R190 4.7k


C154 R161
100p 15k
TRK+
R165
10k SL102
FCS+ FACT

C153 R160
100p 22k

FCS-
R142
6.8k
SPDIR

R116 10k
R133
R115 10k 47k

C125 0.01 C128 R131 C133 C134


47
0.01 47k 0.01
6.3V

R129
1k

C146
100 C149
10V 0.01 C164
0.01

O G I

IC103
BA07FP-E2
+7V REGULATOR

DVP-CX995V
47 47
DVP-CX995V
7-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB Section (3/7) – • See page 68 for Waveforms. • See page 76 for IC Pin Function Description.

(3/7)

H_INT_B
A1

A2
SMI-DQMU
A3
R272 47 SPDIF

DQ15

DQ14

DQ13

DQ12

DQ11

DQ10

SMI-CLK

DQ9

DQ8

DQ7

DQ6

DQ5

DQ4

DQ3

DQ2

DQ1

DQ0

SMI-DQML

SMI-WE

SMI-CAS

SMI-RAS

4.7k

SMI-CS0

AD13

AD12

AD11

AD10

AD0

AD1

AD2

AD3

AD9

AD8

AD7

AD6

AD5

AD4
TMODE_SW
R236 47 PCM_LRCK

+5V_CONT_B

R252
R274 47
(Page 52) R243
4.7k R233 47 PCM_DATA2
A4
R246
4.7k R235 47 PCM_DATA1
R249 R256
4.7k 4.7k
FL201
1.8V-D

RB211 47

RB212 47

RB213 47
4V

4V
C229 R254
3.3V-D

C223 0.01
0.01 4.7k C238

0.01

0.01

R237 47

R245 47

R248 47

R251 47

R253 47

R255 47

R268 47

R269 47
R1005 10k

R1004 10k
0.01

47

47
FL203

(Page 49)

C206

C207

C209

C215
R257
(Page 51) 47

DGND A5

A6

R1027
47
R238 47 PCM_DATA0

R240 47 PCM_SCLK
C213
0.01
FB211 C242
BE_RST
0 22 6.3V
C249 L202
R228
0.01 1µH
(Page 52) R223 0 R224 10k
10k

C245 0.01

R222 0 RB216 10 YC7

R220 0 R221 10k YC6

R218 0 YC5

R1029 0 YC4
C202 C259 L203 D202
0.01 47 4V 10µH 1SS367 R217 10k RB215 10 YC3

YC2
R219
10k
FE_CLK F_OE R205 47 YC1

FB214 R1014 R216 YC0


0 47 10k
C244
R203 47 0.01

L201 C254 C210 C208 C212


470p 0.01 22 6.3V 0.01 R277
10k

R204 0 C247 0.01

SA_IRQ

FE_IRQ R210 0
OSC BUFFER
F_WE R208 0
IC201
R278
SN74HCU04APWR
10k
CPU
SA_RW R215 0
IC205
STE5588CVB
SA_WAIT R227 10k
R1015 FB213
47 0 F_CE R207 0
SA_SYS_CLK
SA_CS R206 0
A7
FJ_CE R1025 0
(Page 50) FB212
0
R289 47 ADAC_CS
A8
R214 R212 R211 R209 A9
10k 10k 10k 10k
B_V4
R201 R202
1M 150 C214 0.01 B_WCLK
(Page 49)
XERROR
X201
C201 27MHz C203
R285 2.7k XPCLK
4p 4p
XBCLK

BE_SCL DATA0 RB203 47 XDATA


BE_SCL
BE_SDA DATA1 C246
BE_SDA
0.01
FE_RST DATA2
FE_RST
FE_IRQ DATA3 R1038 10k
FE_IRQ R1034
0
B_ERROR DATA4 RB202 47 R1035 10k
B_ERROR
B_WCLK DATA5 R1043 10k
R1033
B_WCLK 0
XBCLK DATA6 R1036 10k
XBCLK
XPCLK DATA7 R1006 10k VIDEO_RST
XPCLK
XDATA R281 47 I2S_BFLAG_OUT

(Page 46) XDATA

XERROR
XERROR C211 0.01 R280 47 I2S_BCLK_OUT

B_V4 DATA8 R226 47 R279 47 I2S_DATA_OUT


B_V4
FE_CLK DATA9 R225 47
FE_CLK C243
0.01
DATA10 RB201 47

DATA11 FB219 0 R1024 22 YC_CLKOUT

DATA12 R1001 47 PCM_DATA3

DATA13 FUR_RST

R1007
10k
C217 0.01

C226 0.01

C232 0.01
RB205 47

RB206 47

RB208 47

R1060 47

R1059 47
R296 10k
RB210 47
R229 47

R230 47

R239 47

R241 47

R244 47

R247 47

R250 47

R258 47

R260 47

R266 47

R270 75

R271 75

R273 47

R275 47

R276 47
R1003 10k
C239 0.01
R265 10

C237 10p
R1023 0
R263
R1022 0
1.8k

BE_CS

BE_BUSY

R261 10
BE_TXD
R262
BE_RXD
1.8k

R300 10 (Page 52)


R298 10

R299 C235 R301


2.7k 10p 10k

R297 C241
2.7k 100p

C240
100p
I2S_SYNC_OUT

I2S_WCK_OUT
H_SDA_BP
H_SCL_BP

SQUEEZE
BE_A_MUTE

BE_SDA

BE_SCL
LETTER

SCLK
B_ERROR

SO
ADDR10

ADDR11

ADDR12

ADDR13

ADDR14

ADDR15

ADDR16

ADDR17

ADDR18

ADDR19

ADDR20

ADDR21
DATA14

DATA15

FE_RST
ADDR1

ADDR2

ADDR3

ADDR4

ADDR5

ADDR6

ADDR7

ADDR8

ADDR9

DVP-CX995V
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7-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB Section (4/7) – • See page 69 for IC Block Diagrams.

(4/7) SACD_MCLK
SACD_MCLK

OSC BUFFER
AUD_MCLK
IC206 AUD_MCLK (Page 50)
SN74LV08APWR SPDIF R642 0 R619 0
SPDIF
PCM_LRCK
PCM_LRCK
PCM_SCLK
PCM_SCLK
PCM_DATA3 R641 0 R615 0
FB217 R1063
PCM_DATA3
0 100
SACD_MCLK PCM_DATA2 R617 0
PCM_DATA2
PCM_DATA1 R616 0
PCM_DATA1
PCM_DATA0 R618 0
C248 PCM_DATA0
0.01
SO

SCLK
SO (Page 51)
FB216 R1062
0 100 SCLK
AUD_MCLK ADAC_CS
ADAC_CS
HDMI_MCLK BE_A_MUTE

(Page 48) FB215 R1061


R1042 0
BE_A_MUTE

A4
0 100
R1041 0
A3
R1040 0
A1
R1039 0
A2

A5
VMUTE
A6
V_OFF
3.3V-D
CIS_RXD
DGND
CIS_TXD

(Page 51) FLASH MEMORY


IC202
M29W320ET70N6E
C204 47 4V
CN205 (Page 52)
33P
-M005 C205 0.01

ADDR16 ADDR17 CIS_TXD


BUFFER
ADDR15 IC209 CIS_RXD
SN74LV541APWR
C255
ADDR14 C216 0.01 0.01 V_OFF

ADDR13 DATA15 VMUTE

ADDR12 DATA7 GND

ADDR11 DATA14 SD3

ADDR10 DATA6 SD2

ADDR9 DATA13 SD1


PCM_LRCK R1074 47
ADDR20 DATA5 SD0
PCM_SCLK R1058 100
ADDR21 R231 0 DATA12 LRCK
HDMI_MCLK FB220 0 R1057 100
F_WE DATA4 BCK
FB221 0 R1056 75
R232 10 PCM_MCLK

DATA11 GND

R234 10k DATA3 YC_CLKOUT


YC_CLKOUT R1055
DATA10 GND
YC0 R1047

DQ15

DQ14

DQ13

DQ12

DQ11

DQ10

DQ9

DQ8

SMI-DQMU

SMI-CLK

AD11

AD9

AD8

AD7

AD6

AD5

AD4
ADDR19 DATA2 YC0
YC1 R1048
ADDR18 DATA9 YC1
YC2 R1049
ADDR8 DATA1 YC2
RB204 RB214
YC3 R1050
ADDR7 DATA8 82 82 YC3
ADDR1 YC4 R1051
ADDR1 ADDR6 DATA0 YC4
ADDR2 YC5 R1052
ADDR2 ADDR5 F_OE YC5
ADDR3 FL204 YC6 R1053
ADDR3 ADDR4 C219 0.01 YC6 (Page 54)
ADDR4 YC7 R1054

C218 47 4V
ADDR4 ADDR3 F_CE YC7
ADDR5

0.01

0.01

0.01

R242 47k
ADDR5 ADDR2 ADDR1 GND
ADDR6 LETTER

C220

C224

C227
ADDR6 LETTER
ADDR7 SQUEEZE
ADDR7 FL202 SQUEEZE
DATA0 VIDEO_RST
DATA0 VIDEO_RST
DATA1 +5V_CONT_B R213 0
DATA1 +5V_CONT
DATA2 H_INT_B
DATA2 HDMI_INT
DATA3 BE_SDA
DATA3 BE_SDA
DATA4 BE_SCL
FLASH MEMORY
DATA4 C230 47 4V BE_SCL
DATA5 IC204 H_SDA_BP
DATA5 M29W320ET70N6E C231 0.01 HDMI_SDA
DATA6 H_SCL_BP
DATA6 ADDR16 ADDR17 HDMI_SCL
DATA7
DATA7 ADDR15
DATA8
(Page 50) DATA8
DATA9
ADDR14 C233 0.01
SD-RAM
DATA9 ADDR13 DATA15
IC203
DATA10
HY57V281620ETP
DATA10 ADDR12 DATA7 -HDR
DATA11
DATA11 ADDR11 DATA14
DATA12
DATA12 ADDR10 DATA6
DATA13
DATA13 ADDR9 DATA13
DATA14
DATA14 ADDR20 DATA5
DATA15
DATA15 ADDR21 R259 0 DATA12
SA_CS
SA_CS F_WE DATA4
SA_IRQ
SA_IRQ R264 10
SA_WAIT
SA_WAIT DATA11
SA_RW
SA_RW R267 10k DATA3
C234 0.01

C221 0.01

C222 0.01

C225 0.01

C228 0.01

FUR_RST
FUR_RST DATA10

ADDR19 DATA2
I2S_BFLAG_OUT
I2S_BFLAG_OUT ADDR18 DATA9
I2S_SYNC_OUT
I2S_SYNC_OUT ADDR8 DATA1
I2S_WCK_OUT
I2S_WCK_OUT ADDR7 DATA8
I2S_DATA_OUT
I2S_DATA_OUT ADDR6 DATA0
SMI-DQML

I2S_BCLK_OUT RB209 RB207


SMI-RAS
SMI-CAS

SMI-CS0

I2S_BCLK_OUT ADDR5 F_OE 82 82


SMI-WE

(Page 50)
AD12

AD13

AD10
ADDR4 C236 0.01
DQ0

DQ1

DQ2

DQ3

DQ4

DQ5

DQ6

DQ7

AD0

AD1

AD2

AD3
ADDR3 FJ_CE

ADDR2 ADDR1
A8

A7

A9

(Page 48)
DVP-CX995V
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(5/7)

DSD_PCM11

DSD_PCM9

DSD_PCM8

DSD_PCM5

DSD_PCM4

DSD_PCM3

DSD_PCM2

DSD_PCM1

DSD_PCM0
DSD_PCM0
DSD_PCM0
DSD_PCM1

FUR_DQ15

FUR_DQ0

FUR_DQ14

FUR_DQ1
ADDR2

ADDR3

ADDR4

ADDR5

ADDR6

ADDR7
DSD_PCM1
DSD_PCM2
DSD_PCM2
DSD_PCM3
R407
DSD_PCM3 100
DSD_PCM4 FUR_RST
DSD_PCM4
DSD_PCM5
DSD_PCM5
DSD_PCM8
C403 C405 C426
DSD_PCM8 C415
47 4V 0.01 0.001
(Page 51) DSD_PCM9
DSD_PCM9 0.01

DSD_PCM11 C402 C404 C413


DSD_PCM11
47 4V 0.01 0.01

1.8V-D

FL401
DGND
FL402 SD-RAM

3.3V-D IC403
HY57V641620ETP
-HDR
(Page 51) FUR_RST
FUR_RST C422 0.01
ADDR1 ADDR1 FUR_DQ13
RB403
ADDR1 RB401
ADDR2 DATA15 FUR_DQ2 68 68
ADDR2 FUR_DQ0 C421 0.01 FUR_DQ15
ADDR3 DATA14 FUR_DQ12
ADDR3 FUR_DQ1 FUR_DQ14
ADDR4
ADDR4 FUR_DQ2 FUR_DQ13
ADDR5 DATA13 FUR_DQ3
ADDR5 FUR_DQ3 C425 0.01 FUR_DQ12
ADDR6 DATA12 FUR_DQ11
ADDR6
ADDR7 DATA11 FUR_DQ4
ADDR7 RB402 RB404
68
DATA0 DATA10 FUR_DQ10 68
DATA0 FUR_DQ4 C420 0.01 FUR_DQ11
DATA1 DATA9 FUR_DQ9
DATA1 FUR_DQ5 FUR_DQ10
DATA2 C412 0.01 FUR_DQ6
DATA2 FUR_DQ6 FUR_DQ9
DATA3 DATA8 C417 0.01
DATA3 FUR_DQ7 C424 0.01 FUR_DQ8
DATA4 DATA7 FUR_DQ8
DATA4
DATA5 DATA6 FUR_DQ7
DATA5 C419 0.01
DATA6 DATA5 FUR_NLDQM
DATA6 FUR_NLDQM
R425
DATA7 DATA4 FUR_NUDQM
DATA7 FUR_NWE 10k FUR_NUDQM
DATA8 DATA3 FUR_DQ5
DATA8 FUR_NCAS FUR_CLK
(Page 49) DATA9
DATA9 FUR_CLK
FUR_NRAS
DATA10 R421 47
C409
DATA10 SACD MEDIA PLAYER R424 1k
DATA11 0.01
IC401
DATA11 FUR_ADDR12 FUR_ADDR11
DATA12 SAA7893HL C418
DATA12 0.01 FUR_ADDR13 FUR_ADDR9
DATA13 FUR_NCAS
DATA13 FUR_ADDR10 FUR_ADDR8
DATA14 DATA2 FUR_NRAS
DATA14 FUR_ADDR0 FUR_ADDR7
DATA15 DATA1 FUR_NWE
DATA15 FUR_ADDR1 FUR_ADDR6
SA_CS SA_CS FUR_ADDR11
SA_CS FUR_ADDR2 FUR_ADDR5
SA_IRQ DATA0 FUR_ADDR12
SA_IRQ FUR_ADDR3 FUR_ADDR4
SA_WAIT SA_RW FUR_ADDR9
SA_WAIT C423 0.01
SA_RW SA_WAIT C416 0.01
SA_RW
SA_IRQ FUR_ADDR13
R418
0
FUR_ADDR8
SACD_MCLK
FUR_ADDR10

(Page 49) L401


10µ
C428
47 4V
C429
0.01
FUR_ADDR7

FUR_ADDR0
(Page 1.8V-A
FUR_ADDR6
51) AGND
R415 12k

(Page RFSACD
FUR_ADDR1

46) R414
C410 0.1 FUR_ADDR5
2200P C411 0.01 FUR_ADDR2

FUR_ADDR4
SA_SYS_CLK

(Page 48)

FUR_ADDR3
I2S_BFLAG_OUT R428
10k
I2S_SYNC_OUT
R429
R613 R417
I2S_WCK_OUT 0 0 10k
I2S_DATA_OUT
CL246 C414
0.01
I2S_BCLK_OUT
(Page 49)

DVP-CX995V
50 50
DVP-CX995V
7-13. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB Section (6/7) – • See page 69 for IC Block Diagrams.

(6/7)
(Page 52)
AMUTE

R508 R510 C501


0 0 0.001 CN501
29P
BE_RST

MUTE_23
(Page 52)

LOUT1+

LOUT1-
MUTE_L

DZFR1
DZF23

DZFL1
PCM_SCLK
C505
MUTE_R
100 C503
AUD_MCLK 6.3V 0.1 D503
AMUTE
R501 DAP202K-T-146
0 ALT-
DZF23 ALT-
ALT+
ALT+
ART+
ART+
ART-
D501 ART-
DAP202K-T-146
A_GND
DZFL1 LOUT3-
LOUT3-
LOUT3+
LOUT3+
ROUT3+
SPDIF ROUT3+
ROUT1+ D502 ROUT3-
PCM_DATA3 ROUT3-
DAP202K-T-146
ROUT1-
PCM_DATA0 DZFR1 A_GND
LOUT2+ LOUT2-
(Page 49) PCM_DATA2 LOUT2- (Page 56)
LOUT2- LOUT2+
PCM_DATA1 LOUT2+
ROUT2+ ROUT2+
PCM_LRCK D/A CONVERTER ROUT2+
ROUT2- ROUT2-
IC501
BE_A_MUTE ROUT2-
AK4358VQ LOUT3+
SCLK A_GND
LOUT3- LOUT1-
SO LOUT1-
ROUT3+ LOUT1+
ADAC_CS LOUT1+
ROUT3- ROUT1+
DSD_PCM8 ROUT1+
ALT+ ROUT1-
DSD_PCM11 ROUT1-
ALT-
DSD_PCM9 A+5V

R505 AGND
10
GND

SPDIF

S_GND

CONTROL_S

R506
(Page 50) 0
ART+

DSD_PCM0
ART-

C502
DSD_PCM1
0.1 C507
DSD_PCM2 100
6.3V
DSD_PCM3

DSD_PCM4

DSD_PCM5

5V-A

3.3V-A

1.8V-A
P_CONT
1.8V-D

AGND CN203
9P
(Page 46)
PCONT (Page 52)
FB208 FL209 FB210
EVER+3.3V
FB201 FL205 FB202
1.8V-D SW+5V
FB203 FL206 FB204
3.3V-D SW+3.3V
C266 C262 C263
IC208 C252
DGND 0.1 47 100 220 GND
µPC2933-E1 4V 6.3V 4V
(Page 48) O G I GND
FB205 FB207
1.8V-D O I SW+4.5V
C250 G C264

(Page 50) 3.3V-D


220
4V
C258
0.1 C257 C251
C253
0.1
100
6.3V
FL207
SW+12V(M) (Page 57)
IC207 0.1 100
DGND GND(M)
µPC291B-E1 6.3V

3.3V-D
(Page 49) DGND
+1.8V REGULATOR +3.3V REGULATOR

1.8V-A
(Page 50) AGND

(Page 52) 5V-D

DGND
FL208
5V-D
FB209
12V-D
FB206 C265
3.3V-D 47
16V

PGND
(Page 47)
3.3V-EVER

DGND

3.3V-D
(Page 52)
DVP-CX995V
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(7/7)