This manual is to be used to service early version AV28 media centers.

Safety Information ............................................................................................................................2 Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive (ESDS) Device Handling .........................................................2 Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 3-5 Theory of Operation ................................................................................................................... 6-28 Disassembly/Assembly ............................................................................................................ 29-30 Setting-up a Computer to Issue TAP Commands ........................................................................ 31 Issuing TAP Commands to the AV28 media center ..................................................................... 32 General Test Procedure Notes ....................................................................................................... 32 Functional/Performance Verification Tests ............................................................................. 33-34 Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedures ................................................................ 35-37 Figure 1. AM Test Setup .................................................................................................................... 35 Figure 2. Tap Test Cable Part Number 264565 .................................................................................. 38 Part List Notes ................................................................................................................................. 38 Main Part List ................................................................................................................................... 39 Figure 3. Exploded View .................................................................................................................... 40 Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List ................................................................................... 41-55 Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List ................................................................................. 56-60 Head Unit Packaging Part List ....................................................................................................... 61 Figure 4. Console Packaging ............................................................................................................ 61 Figure 6. Laser Current Measurement Point ...................................................................................... 62 Figure 5. DVD Player Rear Panel ...................................................................................................... 62 Laser Current Measurement .......................................................................................................... 62 Integrated Circuit Diagrams ..................................................................................................... 63-67 Changing House Codes ................................................................................................................. 68 Figure 7. House Code Settings ......................................................................................................... 68 Zone 2 Operation ............................................................................................................................ 69 Figure 8. Zone 2 Remote Control Switch Setting .............................................................................. 69 Console-Key Special Function Features ...................................................................................... 70
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Software Update Information
The software in the AV28 Media center can be updated using a software update CD available from Bose® service. Refer to procedure 2 on page 70, Console-Key Special Function Features, to determine the software version of the unit. Contact Bose Service or refer to the Bose service extranet site for information regarding the latest software revision; click on Lifestyle® music centers and then AV28 media center.



1. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by the symbol on schematics or by special notes on the parts list. Use only replacement parts that have critical characteristics recommended by the manufacturer. 2. Make leakage current or resistance measurements to determine that exposed parts are acceptably insulated from the supply circuit before returning the unit to the customer. Use the following checks to perform these measurements: A. Leakage Current Hot Check-With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.1 “Leakage Current for Appliances” and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 6500 IEC 60065 paragraph 9.1.1. With the unit switch first in the ON position and then in OFF position, measure from a known earth ground (metal water-pipe, conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the unit (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw-heads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 milliamp. Reverse the unit power cord plug in the outlet and repeat test. ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST BE ELIMINATED BEFORE RETURNING THE UNIT TO THE CUSTOMER. B. Insulation Resistance Test Cold Check-(1) Unplug the power supply and connect a jumper wire between the two prongs of the plug. (2) Turn on the power switch of the unit. (3) Measure the resistance with an ohmmeter between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on the unit. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 2 and 5.2 Megohms. When testing 3 wire products, the resistance measured to the product enclosure should be between 2 and infinite Meg ohms. Also, the resistance measured to exposed output/input connectors should be between 4 and infinite Meg ohms. When testing 2 wire products, the resistance measured to exposed output/input connectors should be between 4 and infinite Meg ohms. If it is not within the limits specified, there is the possibility of a shock hazard, and the unit must be repaired and rechecked before it is RETURNED TO THE CUSTOMER.

This unit contains ESDS devices. We recommend the following precautions when repairing, replacing or transporting ESDS devices: • Perform work at an electrically grounded work station. • Wear wrist straps that connect to the station or heel straps that connect to conductive floor mats. • Avoid touching the leads or contacts of ESDS devices or PC boards even if properly grounded. Handle boards by the edges only. • Transport or store ESDS devices in ESD protective bags, bins, or totes. Do not insert unprotected devices into materials such as plastic, polystyrene foam, clear plastic bags, bubble wrap or plastic trays.


Physical Description: Dimensions: Weight: Cover: Base: Display: Inputs: TAPE: AUX: VCR: TV: Digital: Composite video: S-Video: Component video: Optical input: FM antenna: AM antenna: TV sensor: Power: Serial data port: Remote control receiver: Outputs: Speaker Zone 1: Speaker Zone 2: Record L and R: Record digital: Optical output: Composite video: S-Video: IR: FM Tuner: Tuning range: De-emphasis: Channel spacing: Sensitivity, mono usable: Stereo, 50 dB quieting: Signal-to-noise @ 65 dBf: Noise ratio @ 65 dBf: Harmonic distortion, 1 kHz, @ 65dBf Capture ratio @ 45 dBf: AM rejection @ 45 dBf: Adjacent channel selectivity, 200 kHz, for both channels, @ 45 dBf: Alternate channel selectivity, 400 kHz, for both channels, @ 45 dBF: Image rejection: RF inter-modulation: Sub-carrier product rejection @ 65 dBf: Frequency response 30 Hz-15 kHz: Stereo channel separation @ 1 kHz: Auto stop level (seek): Mono/Stereo threshold: 15.8" W x 11.0" D x 3.5" H (40.1 x 27.9 x 8.9 cm) 8.2 lbs. (3.7 kg) Aluminum Molded plastic Vacuum fluorescent 2 Vrms, maximum 2 Vrms, maximum 2 Vrms, maximum 2 Vrms, maximum S/PDIF (1 each for TV, VCR, TAPE, and AUX) NTSC or PAL format 1Vpp with sync 75 Ohm Luminance 1Vpp, chrominance 0.3Vpp NTSC or PAL 1Vpp with sync on Y S/PDIF digital, mapped to input 75 Ohm 12uH NTSC/PAL/HDTV/480p compatible 33 Vdc, 2.1mm jack, provided by DCS91 power pack 3.5mm miniature stereo jack, data in/out RF or IR, user selectable S/PDIF and variable analog S/PDIF and variable analog Fixed audio S/PDIF and Optical S/PDIF, -15 to -21 dBm NTSC or PAL 1Vpp with sync 75 Ohm Luminance 1Vpp, Chrominance 0.3Vpp Controls other manufacturer's IR operated devices, universal method 87.7 MHz-107.9 MHz 75 usec 200 kHz 13 dBf 38 dBf Mono: 74 dBf, Stereo: 70 dBf Mono: 85, Stereo: 85 Mono: 0.3%, Stereo: 0.4% 2.0 dB 60 dB 13 dB 70 dB 45 dB 65 dB 55 dB +1.0 dB 35 dB 30 dBf 40 dBf


7 mm 140 mm 3 sec Test Disc ABEX test disc TCD-725A ABEX test disc TCD-725R ABEX test disc TCD-721 R ABEX test disc TCD-725R ABEX test disc TCD-732RA ABEX test disc TCD-714R Phillips TS4. dB Image Rejection Ratio.0 mm 1.6 1.0 -3 -6 710950 kHz 49 55 60 23 18 30 25 40 35 50 45 40 0. 2.Specifications AM Tuner: Channel spacing: Test Parameter Condition 530550 kHz 55 61 67 26 21 30 25 35 30 50 45 40 0.0 -3 -6 600700 kHz 50 55 61 27 22 30 25 40 35 50 45 40 0.6 mm 75 mm 1. CD-R. CD-R/W.4 2. dB Nominal Ambient Limit Environmental Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Environmental Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Environmental Limit Nominal Ambient Limit Distortion.0 kHz Auto Stop Level. dBuV/m Adjacent Channel Selectivity2.8 mm 1. % Frequency Response.0 -3 -6 14101610 kHz 47 52 58 25 20 29 24 40 35 50 45 40 0. dB Signal to Noise Ratio. dB @ 220 Hz.6 1.4 2. MP3 CD Nominal 1.0 -3 -6 9601400 kHz 48 53 59 23 18 30 25 40 35 50 45 40 0.6 1.0 mm 65 mm 0.0 -3 -6 16201710 kHz 47 52 58 22 17 27 22 40 35 50 45 40 0. dB Alternate Channel Selectivity2.4 2.8 mm 0.4 2. tracks 1-15 4 .6 1.6 1.6 1.4 2.4 2. Audio CD.0 mm 210 mm 2 sec Limit 0.0 -3 -6 10 kHz 560590 kHz 52 57 63 26 21 30 25 37 32 50 45 40 0.4 2.6 1. dBuV/m 70 ± 7 65 ± 7 63 ± 7 60 ± 7 54 ± 7 48 ± 7 48 ± 7 Single disc CD/DVD: Supported formats: CD performance: Parameter Defect Tracking (void) Defect Tracking (black dot) Defect Tracking (scratch) Defect Tracking (finger print) Defect Tracking (warped disc) Defect Tracking (eccentric disc) Cueing Time DVD video.0 mm 1.0 -3 -6 Usable Sensitivity1.

20.15% into a 32 Ohm load 32 kHz.1 kHz.1 kHz. 20.4 Vrms 220 Ohms 10 k. 48 kHz 16.6 Vrms 0. 24 75 Ohms AC coupled 32 kHz. 200 mVrms 33 k AC coupled 2 Vrms 0.1 kHz. 48 kHz 16. 44. 48 kHz SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) 65 ft (20m) 27. 2 Vrms maximum.145 MHz 5 .Specifications Analog Inputs: Input level: Input impedance: Input coupling: Analog Outputs: Output level: Output level from FM: Output level from AM: Source impedance @ 1 kHz: Load impedance: Output coupling: Headphone Jack: Connector: Output level: Electrical S/PDIF Input: Sampling rates accommodated: Bits recognized and accepted: Input impedance: Input coupling: Optical S/PDIF Input: Sampling rates accommodated: Bits recognized and accepted: Connector: Electrical/Optical S/PDIF Output: Sampling rates accommodated: Protocol: Remote Control: Range: RF frequency: Full scale output. 2 k minimum AC coupled Mini stereo jack 31 mW at THD <0. 44. 44. 24 TOSLINK 32 kHz.

these components are not loaded by manufacturing. An integrated IR Blaster allows limited control of other manufacturer’s equipment (TV’s. In addition to the two internal sources (DVD/CD and AM/ FM tuner). A 27MHz. The AV28 media center contains five PCBs: PCB Main PCB IR PCB Headphone PCB Tuner PCB Keypad PCB Assembly P/N 260318-0 Part of 260318-0 Part of 260318-0 260322-1 254141 There are some components shown on schematics whose reference designators end in –NV. VCR. and TAPE. one-way RF remote control operates the unit without line-of-sight restriction. accessible through circular DIN connectors in the back of the product.0 Overview The AV28 media center is a self-contained DVD/CD/MP3 disc player with an AM/FM tuner for use with Bose® powered speaker systems. VFD DRAM DVD ROM Drive Flash ATAPI Video Path TV Power Dongle AM / FM Tuner CCB Bus U1 CS9800 DVD Decoder IC ETAP Power Fail Power Supply Synch Audio Path Power Supply UEI Blaster IC IR Receiver Console Buttons RF Remote XCVR IR Blaster Board Block Diagram 6 . The AV28 media center has two independent audio output zones. provisions for infrared remote control of the media center also exist. it allows playing up to four external audio sources: TV.Theory of Operation 1. but their pads exist on the PCB. AUX. VCR’s and Cable/Satellite Set-Top boxes).

+5. A number of additional components exist to provide filtering functions. Transceiver.1 Architecture Voltage +33 +12 +10 +8 +5. Audio path.3V. passes through an NTC thermistor to eliminate power supply startup surges.1V and +3.5 Type Linear Switching Linear Linear Switching Switching Linear PCB Location (schematic page) Power Pack Tuner (3) Tuner (3) Main (9) Main (9) Main (9) Main (9) Input 120VAC V_RAW +12 +10 V_RAW V_RAW +3.1V SMPS +3. V_RAW enters the console on the tuner PCB. The power pack is a linear transformer.1V. logic U1 PLL circuits V_RAW is provided to the console by an external power pack and is approximately 33VDC. which feeds it to the +5. +3.1V and +12V supplies use resistor divide-down networks to obtain the +3.3V SMPS +2. +8V Video circuits DVD drive.5V Linear Power Supply Block Diagram 2. +12V SMPS +10V Linear +8V Linear AC line voltage from wall DCS 9X Linear +33V +5. VFD. the designs of the +5. The voltage fed back to the chip on pin 13 determines the output voltage. +3.0 Power Supply Electronics 2.1V and +3. DRAM.3 regulator ICs (U802 and U803 on the Main PCB. The power supplies are designed as step-down Buck converters.3V feedback voltage.Theory of Operation 2. The reference designators discussed in this section correspond to the +12V regulator on the tuner board. and U301 on the Tuner PCB). U1 I/O & core.3V DVD drive.3 +2. 7 .3V supplies on the Main PCB. The +5.2 Switching Power Supplies See SD254135 sheet 9 and SD256131 sheet 3 for the power supply circuits. and is fed to the +12V supply and the flat-flex cable. Audio path.1 +3. the chip’s control circuitry will work to keep this voltage at +3.3 Outputs +12V.3 Flash. In addition to the usual large capacitor and full-bridge diode rectifier. a PTC thermistor (effectively a reset-able fuse) is contained in the power pack to protect the unit under fault conditions. +10V Tuner. The switching power supplies are ST L4973D3. misc.3V regulators are nearly identical.

C302.1. This frequency is varied by U1. This signal is fed to U1 as an interrupt so the micro can perform some shutdown functions before it is held in reset. U805 is a 74HC592 8-bit binary counter IC with an input register. depending on the state of SUPPLY_FREQ_SEL. driven by U1. C307 R304. R305 C304 C306 None Pin Function Sets switching frequency (when not controlled externally) Drives internal D-MOS Inhibits supply Lead-lag filter for compensation loop Voltage feedback for control +5. The active-low counter clock enable (/CCKEN) is pulled low by a 100 Ohm resistor. 2.4 Power Fail Detection Q802 and Q803 detect a power failure by asserting the active-low /POWER_FAIL signal when the console input voltage V_RAW falls below a given threshold (equivalent to an AC line voltage of about 75 VACRMS).1V for external reference Sets supply soft-start time constant Supply frequency switching synchronization (see note) 2. The synchronization clock is fed to all three switching power supply regulators in the console.1704 kHz or 101. Inputs A through H are loaded to the register on positive edges of the register clock (RCK) signal. and the active-low asynchronous counter clear (/CCLR) is tied to the Main PCB’s hardware reset line. to keep noise out of the AM tuner. which is also the output to the level shifter circuit. C305.2896 MHz clock signal is fed to the counter clock (CCK) pin.3 Supply Synchronization Generator To limit radiated noise. C303 C308 R322 R302. 2. U1 picks the state based on AM tuner frequency. and the chip counts on positive edges of this signal. The power supply ground on the Main PCB is connected to GND only at C832 and C828.7081 kHz.3V) are synchronized to the same control frequency. as needed.2 for additional information. see section 3. 8 . The clock frequency will be either 98. and the register outputs are loaded to the counter when the active-low counter load (/CLOAD) is asserted. The /RCO output is fed to a level shifter circuit (Q801 and Q804). Additional signal ground connections between the Main and Tuner PCBs and between the PCBs and the conductive paint on the plastics are made by conductive gasket material attached to the plastic cover and base. 5V and 3.5 Grounding R321 on the Tuner PCB connects PGND (the ground provided to the product by the power pack) and GND (tuner signal ground). all three switching supplies (12V. These two signals are driven by the chip’s own active-low ripple carryout (/RCO).Theory of Operation IC Pin 1 10 11 12 13 18 19 20 Components Connected R301. An 11.

Connections to U1 are made throughout SD254135. video. receiving the RF and IR remote control commands. Verify that no supply voltage output is shorted to ground. Measure the resistance of feedback resistors (R304 and R305 in the +12V supply) in each supply. the notable exceptions being the Infrared Blaster diodes and receiver module (located on an auxiliary PCB under the DVD-ROM drive tray) and the RF transceiver circuitry (located on the Tuner PCB). U1 contains two built-in 32-bit RISC processors.0 Control Electronics The majority of the control electronics are located on the Main PCB. One RISC processor in U1 (RISC0) manages the ATAPI interface to the DVD-ROM drive. The second RISC processor (RISC1) runs Bose® software that handles system control. RISC0 sends standard ATAPI control commands to the drive and receives MPEG-compressed audio. and controls I/O functions including reading the console buttons. and handles all low-level details associated with playback/navigation of DVD and CD discs. driving the OSD and VFD display on the console. and sends it out the digital audio interfaces. It decodes the MPEG information from the DVD-ROM drive on the ATAPI bus and stores the decoded video into SDRAM for later readout to the video interface. a DMA controller. a digital video interface. as required. controlling the AM/FM tuner sub-circuit.Theory of Operation 2. a general purpose interface. evaluate and correct these parameters with no power applied: • • • • Check continuity between J104 and pin 8 of each supply. a memory interface which supports SDRAM and FLASH ROM. when decoding digital audio data. 3. or if DC levels on the supplies are incorrect. digital audio processing. If power supply problems are suspected. It also oversees the onboard DSP core. and driving the IR blaster controls. 9 . an MPEG video decoder. a DSP core. Measure the resistance of R321 on the Tuner PCB. 3. onboard data and instruction caches.6 Troubleshooting Verifying functionality of the power supply system by measuring the DC levels on each supply (including the power pack) is sufficient for basic troubleshooting. and control information back. assembles VFD and On-Screen Display (OSD) information. and numerous general-purpose I/O. an ATAPI interface.1 Processor U1 is a CS98000 DVD decoder IC that also functions as the media center’s main processor.

1. See the comments in section 2. 18-24. The flash chip only supplies 16-bit data to U1. Both memory ICs are connected to the same bus.2. The crystal in the inverter’s feedback path is designed for a 22pF load. 3. 3. meaning that its stored data is not lost when the chip loses power.1. After the signal is buffered by U1. a 74VHCU04 inverter.4 regarding power-fail detection. U2 shares the memory address and data bus with U3. and a chip select chooses between the two devices. See sheet 8 of SD254135. then written permanently to FLASH. R714 sets the pole in the oscillator’s loop response.1 Processor Clock U1 is clocked by a crystal inverter-oscillator whose nominal frequency is 27 MHz. A 10KW resistor (R713) biases one gate of U701.2 Memory See sheet 1 of SD254135. the 27 MHz clock drives the video circuitry. and data appears 1 access time later on the data bus. 10 .93 volts (corresponding to an AC line voltage of about 40VACRMS. the new program is held in SDRAM (along with the operating program) until checksum-verified. The pulse is buffered by two of the gates of U701. achieved by the series combination of the two 30pF load capacitors C704 and C707 and other stray capacitance in the input gates of U1. The type of memory cycle that is run depends on which address space is needed. this allows media center software updates in the field via CD-ROM. and R715 buffers the output between the oscillator and U1. FLASH memory is nonvolatile. This software is programmed into the FLASH by Manufacturing during In-Circuit Test.Theory of Operation 3. The reset signal ensures reliable startup of U1 at power-up and after a brownout. During reprogramming.3V supply dips below 2. The FLASH also stores nonvolatile user parameters. Address (pins 1-9. but its cycle is different from the SDRAM: flash access is asynchronous and does not use a memory clock. 3. The FLASH is used to store all application software for the product (including software to run on both of U1’s RISC processors and its DSP). and 48) and chip select (pin 26) is presented to the chip. unbuffered] inverter.2 Processor Reset U703 generates a 140ms reset pulse at power-on and any time the +3. Frequency accuracy within ±50ppm of this oscillator circuit is necessary for color video operation. a 74VHCU04 [high-speed. such as AM/FM presets and OSD setup preferences. and distributed as active-low /RESET1. the other data bus lines are not driven during flash access. The U1 memory interface supports both SDRAM and flash memory of various sizes.1 FLASH U2 is a 1-megaword by 16-bit Flash memory IC. U2 can be programmed in-circuit by U1.

C222. a memory clock of about 100 MHz that synchronizes data access is sent to the chip at pin 68.1 Receiver The remote control receiver module is an AM receiver. 11 .Theory of Operation 3. The 32-bit data bus contains the word to be written or read after the pipeline delay of the memory chip. The detailed operation of the SDRAM is outside the scope of this document. The SDRAM is also used to hold blocks of compressed and decompressed audio and video data. The output of the oscillator is fed to Q205. 3. The AV28 media center RF transceiver operates at 27. Q202 and Y201 form a crystal oscillator that is powered when the XMIT/RCV_SEL line from U1 is high. it takes the RF signal from the antenna line. The address to be written or read is given on the address bus (pins 25-27 and 60-66). and C224 aid in limiting undesired radiated emissions.3 Filtering network Passive components on the V_RAW line provide filtering for the RF remote signal: L203. and data read/write selection is done by the /WE signal (pin 17). For SDRAM accesses.145 MHz using on-off keying (OOK). as well as numerous variables and flags. which powers the amplifier. 3.2 SDRAM U3 is a 2-megaword by 32-bit synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) IC.145 MHz) notch. L205.1.3. C223.3. The RF signal is capacitively coupled to the V_RAW line by C214. The antenna for the RF transceiver system is the DC power cord attached to J104. and C216 form a 45. 3.1.3 Remote control 3. Data commands for accesses are coded in the /RAS and /CAS signals (pins 18 and 19). as required by the software. The RF_DATA_RCV output line connects to U1 through J103.1. U104. demodulates it.3. The amplifier’s output is fed through a tank circuit and the filtering network. FB1 is a ferrite bead designed to improve tuner performance by limiting radiated self-noise in the FM band. a 10mH inductor in the power pack facilitates transmission and reception over the zip cord. C219. The RF transceiver circuits are located on the Tuner PCB. C218.145 MHz notch. the application program from the FLASH is shadowed into and executed out of the SDRAM to improve speed. a Class-C RF amplifier.1 RF Transceiver See sheet 2 of SD256131.3. When the media center powers-up. Data is sent on the transmitter by way of the RF_DATA_XMIT line from U1.2. and C217 form a 27.2 Transmitter The AV28 media center contains a transmitter for future bidirectional remote control operation. an LM393 dual comparator.290 MHz (second harmonic of 27. 3. and outputs the received data to the data slicer circuit. acts as a data slicer and outputs TTL-level signals for the received data waveform.

3. Similarly. press any button on an RF remote set for the desired House Code. and is the Room Code set as a default on all LS28/35 bass module speakers shipped with the AV28. If switch 5 is up. An IR learning remote can then be taught to control the AV28 by holding it near the front of the media center as the user presses the desired RF buttons. Each speaker has a 3-bit Room Code. an IR receiver is built-in which allows the media center to be controlled by any IR remote control capable of sending Bose AV28 control commands. South American and Asian markets. it will adopt the new House Code as its own.2 Infrared Transceiver The AV28 media center contains a built-in IR Blaster capable of sending control commands out the black lens along the bottom front of the product to other manufacturers’ A/V equipment. sold by UEI electronics. 2. Cable SetTop Boxes and Satellite Set-Top Boxes. covering the U. All AV28 media centers are shipped set to respond to House Code 0000 (switches 1-4 all down). the remote will control BOTH zones.S. If BOTH switches are up. the remote will control Zone 2. The IC is pre-programmed with an extensive set of IR control commands for a number of other manufacturers’ devices. The remote’s DIP switch functions are as follows: Switches 1-4: 4-bit House Code.1.3. Switches 7-9: 3-bit Room Code.1. Over one hundred manufacturers are represented. 12 . To enable sending IR control commands. When the user enables the Transmit IR function in the System Setup OSD menu. When the AV28 receives this RF message.4 RF Remote Control The RF remote control contains a similar transmitter to the one described in section 3./North American.2.3. the user must select the desired Manufacturer and Device Codes from lists in the OSD System Setup menus. If switch 6 is up. the AV28 will automatically echo all received RF remote control messages out its IR Blaster in Bose AV28 IR format. the RF remote control needs to be set for Room G (110). the AV28 is capable of “teaching” an IR learning remote the commands required to control the media center. Devices able to be controlled are limited to TV’s. Switches 5-6: 2-bit Zone Code. Turn it OFF using the ALL OFF button on the media center. To change the House Code of an AV28 media center. European.1 Infrared Blaster IC The IR Blaster IC (U704) is an 8-bit microcontroller located on the main board. 3. 3.2. VCR’s.3. the remote will control Zone 1. Zone 1. The AV28 is capable of controlling up to 7 speakers in each zone. Room A (000) is defined as the primary room (the console buttons will also control this room).Theory of Operation 3. To control the media center’s variable analog outputs. While holding the STORE button. Press and hold the STORE button on the console. do the following: 1. 3. Additionally.

the console attempts a query of the IR Blaster IC and an infrared loopback test. and plugs into the jack labeled “IR Emitter (J704). demodulation about a 38-kHz carrier. If the IR Blaster IC query fails.1V to the module. This module allows the media center to be controlled by any IR remote control capable of sending Bose® AV28 IR commands (NOTE: Receive IR needs to be enabled via the System Setup menus in the OSD first.4 Infrared Receiver Module The IR PCB contains an infrared receiver module. and R739/R740 limit the drive current to about 50mA.3.2. 13 . Symptoms of successful queries to the IR Blaster IC and failed loopback tests require troubleshooting of the IR PCB. U704 provides the modulated data for the diodes.3. and level shifting to provide TTL-level outputs to U1. verify cable placement and integrity. TAP query and the console keypad provide access to test results. a supplemental IR Emitter “dongle” can be plugged into the back of the media center and pointed more directly at the equipment in question.2 Infrared Blaster Diodes Four diodes located on the IR PCB transmit infrared messages to external A/V equipment.2. Q703 and Q706 supply the +5V drive voltage.3. The Main PCB supplies +5. verify diode conduction and orientation. Verify basic receiver module functionality by injecting an infrared signal (for example.3. and R729 and R730 on the Main PCB limit the IR transmit current (setting the transmit brightness). Troubleshooting customer complaints regarding control integration exceeds the scope of this document.Theory of Operation 3.5 Infrared Troubleshooting During the Power-On Self-Test (POST) phase. 3. optical to electrical conversion. 3.3 IR Emitter For situations where the position of the AV28 does not allow its built-in IR Blaster signals to properly control an external product. To test basic transmitter functionality. then issue TAP commands to control a Bose Wave Radio.2.” Q703/Q705 provide the +5V drive voltage for the dongle. The module performs light filtering functions. 3. First. concentrate troubleshooting efforts on U704 on the Main PCB. The plastic housing surrounding this area is translucent to infrared. Infrared control must be enabled in the OSD to be functional. This “dongle” is essentially a combination cable and IR-transmitter diode. however). a Bose Wave Radio remote) and measuring pin 3 of J1000 on an oscilloscope.2.

10+ Previous Channel 20+ Channel Up Channel Down TV/VCR Input Select Play Stop (Search) Forward (Search) Reverse Pause ---------------------Record Note: No IR sent. Standby Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7 Digit 8 Digit 9 Digit 0 Channel Enter -/--. TV/SAT ------------------Guide Exit Select Up Down Left Right ----- Power.3. 10+ Previous Channel 20+ Channel Up Channel Down TV/DSS. Standby Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7 Digit 8 Digit 9 Digit 0 Channel Enter -/--. 10+ Previous Channel 20+ Channel Up Channel Down TV/VIDEO ------------------Guide Exit Select Up Down Left Right ----- Power. 14 . / 10+ Previous Channel 20+ Channel Up / Program Up Channel Down / Program Down TV/VIDEO Input Play Stop Fast Forward Rew Pause Guide Exit Select Up Down Left Right Record Power. Standby Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7 Digit 8 Digit 9 Digit 0 Channel Enter -/--.6 IR Key Codes The following table describes the key codes capable of being generated by the built-in UEI Blaster chip: Key Code # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Function Name TV T CBL C SAT S VCR V Power / Standby Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7 Digit 8 Digit 9 Digit 0 Enter -/-.. Standby Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7 Digit 8 Digit 9 Digit 0 Channel Enter -/--.Theory of Operation 3.2. 10+ Previous Channel 20+ Channel Up Channel Down A/B ------------------Guide Exit Select Up Down Left Right ----- Power.

MP-3.Theory of Operation 4. much of the audio path hardware is split into two sections: Zone 1 hardware and Zone 2 hardware. Examples of variable outputs would be the headphone outputs and the analog left/right signals on the Speaker Output mini-DIN connectors. Furthermore. The amplitude information within the S/PDIF streams never varies with volume level. but the left/right information has been digitized and combined into a single datastream. as well. The only fixed analog outputs are the Record Out left and right signals. The S/PDIF outputs. MPEG-2. or DTS formats).0 Audio Electronics The AV28 is a 2-Zone audio system. Tape) S/PDIF MUX (Selects the desired S/PDIF input) DVD DECODER Record Digital S/PDIF Output U406 CS8405 Z2 S/PDIF XMTR Zone 2 Digital S/PDIF Output 15 . AAC. however. speakers receiving the streams will perform the volume control function. Some of these outputs are variable level. Other analog outputs are fixed level. 2Vrms (max) signals similar to those found on past Bose® products. The analog outputs are standard left/right. The digital outputs are serial digital audio data streams in S/PDIF format. See the diagrams. VCR. meaning that users can simultaneously listen to one audio source in one room and a second audio source in another. A simplified diagram of the audio path would therefore be: Zone 1 Record Output (Fixed) U303 CS4224 U201 TEA6422 Internal Analog Audio Sources (Tuner. with volume control cells in series with them. instead. VCR. Therefore. and remain at the 2Vrms (max) level. regardless of the user’s volume setting. DVD 2-Channel Mixdown) External Analog Audio Sources (TV. may send either 2-channel (PCM) audio. below. the media center outputs each zone’s audio content in two different forms: analog and digital. These output streams contain the same audio source material as their analog counterparts in each Zone. AUX. Tape) Z1 Codec w/ Volume Control Zone 1 Speaker Output (Variable) Zone 1 Headphone Output ANALOG MUX (Selects the desired analog input for each Zone) U403 CS4224 Z2 Codec w/ Volume Control Zone 2 Speaker Output (Variable) DVD-ROM Playback (DVD. There are both analog and digital options for all AV28 audio inputs. CD) U501 CS8415 U306 CS8405 ATAPI PORT U1 CS98K Z1 S/PDIF XMTR Zone 1 Digital S/PDIF Output External Digital Audio Sources (TV. AUX. or bursts of compressed multichannel audio (in AC3.

Theory of Operation Analog audio sources to be played in Zone 1 or Zone 2 are selected by U201. discussed next. before being funneled into U1. The CS98K’s AC-97 port is hard-wired to an external 44. CD audio (CD-DA) discs all require a 44. which quiet the Zone 1 speaker outputs when the headphones are plugged-in. then outputted once again as left/right signal pairs. U501 selects the desired stream based on I2C commands from U1. U302. Digital audio input streams are selected by U501. AUD-DO_1.1kHz sample rate. L/R Frame Clock and Bit Clock) between the codecs and the S/PDIF transmitter chips. passed through onboard volume control cells. Zone 1 signals pass through a set of mute transistors. U304. These digital MUX chips are controlled by U1 using a set of individual logic lines (where a +3. 16 . U305 and U405 form differential amplifiers that increase the codec audio outputs to a full-scale level of 2Vrms. DTS or MLP). The codecs first digitize the analog signals using onboard 24-bit A/D (analog to digital) converters. the CS98K DVD Decoder IC.1kHz clock. Master Clock. Q300 through Q304. signals are converted back to analog via 24-bit DAC’s (digital to analog converters). AC-3. MPEG-2. U402 and U404 (74LCX157 Quad 2-Input Digital MUX chips) are used to route I2S signals (consisting of a Data line. MP3. A set of logic gates. a CS4340 DAC. the S/PDIF MUX chip.3V level selects the “B” inputs. These same chips route the digital audio signals from U1 (also in I2S format). and are connected to the SELECT pin of each 74LCX157. In this way. This DAC creates the fixed-level analog signals sent out the analog left/right Record Outputs. streams clocked out of this port only support a 44. AUD_DO_2 and AUD_DO_3. The chip has separate left/right output pairs for each zone. the CS98K’s onboard DSP can decode the desired stream if it happens to be in a compressed audio format (AAC. Volume control levels are set by U1 via the I2C interface. the TEA6422 analog MUX IC. Audio from DVD video discs typically requires a 48kHz sample rate. and is controlled by U1 via the serial I2C interface.1kHz sample rate. Streams played from discs in the DVD-ROM drive are clocked out of the CS98K at a sample rate equal to the rate at which they were recorded. The resulting analog signals feed the headphone outputs as well as the Zone 1 and Zone 2 speaker outputs. The CS98K’s PCM output ports share a single clock rate which can be set by U1 to any desired frequency (AUD-DO_0. sheet 8 of the schematics. and a 0V level selects the “A” inputs). are the data lines). These logic lines have various schematic names. The same I2S signals which feed the Zone 1 S/PDIF transmitter (U306) also feed U202. The digitized result (in I2S format) is then simultaneously fed out to the Zone1/Zone2 S/PDIF transmitters (U306/U406) and back into the codecs. but may use other rates. External streams received through the S/PDIF MUX will need to be clocked out of the CS98K at a sample rate synchronous to the clock encoded into the stream (may be many different rates). and filterout unwanted high-frequency digital noise. Once back in the codecs. Its outputs are fed into the Zone1/Zone2 audio codecs (U303 and U304). Therefore.

AV28 AUDIO PATH: Signal Routing and Clocking ANALOG L/R SOURCES U205 NJM4556 BUFFER ANALOG HEADPHONE OUTPUT TV EXT VCR EXT AUX EXT TAPE EXT TUNER DVD MIXDOWN U201 TEA6422 ANALOG 1 MUX 1 2 3 2 4 5 3 6 A/D U303 CS4224 CODEC D/A VOLUME CELL ZONE 1 ANALOG L/R VARIABLE OUTPUT U202 U302 74HC157 MUX CS4340 DAC D/A ANALOG L/R RECORD OUTPUT U306 U503 CS4340 DAC D/A U304 74HC157 MUX CS8405 S/PDIF XMTR ZONE 1 S/PDIF DIGITAL OUTPUT U403 CS4224 CODEC A/D D/A VOLUME CELL ZONE 2 ANALOG L/R VARIABLE OUTPUT U502 74HC157 MUX Port must always run at 44. AC-97 PORT (CONFIGURED AS I2S) U1 I2S CS98K AUDIO (LS500C) PORT DVD ATAPI DECODER XFACE U402 74HC157 MUX U404 74HC157 MUX U406 CS8405 S/PDIF XMTR ZONE 2 S/PDIF DIGITAL OUTPUT U1 D0 D1 D2 D3 IN U505 74HC157 MUX DVD ROM Port supports many sample rates (but D0-D3 and IN always share the same rate).1 kSPS) OPTICAL S/PDIF DRIVER OPTICAL S/PDIF RECORD OUTPUT U1 OR U501 PROVIDES CLOCK (SOURCE DEPENDENT) I2S: U303. which are digital. shows the fully-detailed audio path. S/PDIF RECORD OUTPUT J701 ZONE 1 OUT S/PDIF SOURCES J501 OPTICAL S/PDIF RCVR ZONE 2 OUT AUX EXT OPTICAL EXT TAPE EXT VCR EXT TV EXT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 U501 CS8415 S/PDIF MUX AND RCVR OUT ANALOG L/R I2S: I2S: U303 PROVIDES CLOCK (ALWAYS 44.1kHz sample rate (clocked by U303). The legend at the bottom identifies which signals are analog. and what the relevant clock rates/sources are.Theory of Operation The AV28 Signal Routing and Clocking Diagram. which follows. U1 OR U501 PROVIDES CLOCK S/PDIF: UP TO 96 kSPS 17 . including clocking information.

When an external input source (AUX. the AV28 automatically checks for the presence of a digital input stream and plays it if it exists. or because only one disc can be in the tray at once. the AV28 will default to playing the analog inputs. Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Off Off Off Off Off Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Digital Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Analog Digital Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Not allowed because the tuner cannot play AM and FM simultaneously. in this case. The system. support Zone 1. If it doesn’t. in this case. since the CS98K’s PCM output port can only clock out a single digital stream at a time. TAPE. The exception here is when both Zone1 and Zone2 are listening to the same external input. Zone 1 (assumed to be the primary zone) would be allowed to play the digital source while Zone 2 would be downgraded to playing an analog input source. VCR or TV) is chosen for Zone1. For example. would use the CS98K to decode the DVD video disc’s audio for Zone 1. Source Selected for Zone 2 18 . In these situations. the clocking limitations of the hardware occasionally restrict which forms of audio can be simultaneously played out the two zones at a given time. TAPE. a user could not play a DVD video disc in Zone 1 and simultaneously listen to the external AUX digital input source in Zone 2. The following tables describe the resulting audio formats when playing each combination of sources simultaneously in the two zones: TYPE OF AUDIO INPUT ALLOWED TO PLAY OUT EACH ZONE (Zone 1 result shown on top in bold. Zone2 result shown on bottom in italic) Source Selected for Zone 1 Off Off AM FM Tape AUX VCR TV DVD MP3CD CD Off Analog Analog Digital Digital Off Off Off Off Off Off Analog Digital Digital AM Analog Analog Analog Analog Off Analog Digital Digital FM Analog Analog Analog Analog Off Analog Analog Digital Digital Tape Analog Analog Analog Digital Analog Off Analog Analog Digital Digital AUX Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Off Analog Analog Digital Digital VCR Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Off Analog Analog Digital Digital TV Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Off Analog Analog Analog Analog DVD Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Off Analog Analog Analog Analog MP3CD Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Off Analog Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital CD Key: Zone 1 performance has Zone 2 performance has been downgraded to been downgraded to support Zone 2. to ensure that audio-path delays are identical for each zone.Theory of Operation Although the AV28 is a 2-zone audio system. Zone 2 speaker outputs generally only plays the analog external inputs (AUX. and would select the external AUX analog inputs to play in Zone 2. as discussed. both zones will play the external digital inputs (if present). As shown. VCR and TV). for consistency.

Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right O. Leads Left Right Right Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right O. O. O. left/right sample pairs coming out of the ADC together were not sampled together (right was sampled before left). O. The codec’s DAC section has the reverse problem: left samples will emerge ahead of the associated right samples.K. O.K. slight spatial anomalies might be noticed if played through a surround-sound system.K.K. O. Internal MP3 Disc Left/Right O.K. CS4224 Hardware Bug: Effect on Postman Console Audio Outputs Zone 1 Analog S/PDIF Headphone Zone 2 Zone 2 Variable Record Record Output S/PDIF Variable Analog Output Output Network Analog Output Output Output (Used for (Used for (Used for Cobalt I) Cobalt II) Cobalt I) Left/Right Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right O. External S/PDIF Emphasis Sources is Missing Source Playing 19 . however.K.K. The resulting audio will have more treble than desired: Playing-Back Pre-Emphasized Audio Streams Zone 1 Zone 1 Analog S/PDIF Headpho Zone 2 Zone 2 S/PDIF Variable Record Record ne S/PDIF Variable Network Analog Output Output Output Network Analog Output Output Output Output (Used for (Used for (Used for (Used for Cobalt II) Cobalt I) Cobalt II) Cobalt I) O. O. O. Leads Left O. Leads Left O. O.K.K. O.K.K. O. with left samples lagging right samples by one sample clock.K.K.K. Sources Right External Analog Leads Left Sources Source Playing When playing-back an audio stream which was recorded using pre-emphasis (common in earlier CD’s.K.K. Leads Left Leads Left O. DeO. O.K. for example). O. O. O.K.K. O. as follows.K. However.K.K. Leads Left Left/Right Right Right Left/Right Right Left/Right O.K.K.K.K. Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right O. O. O.K. for example) will have left/right pairs emerge slightly out of phase.K.K.K.K.K.K. O. O. Leads Left Leads Left Leads Left Zone 1 S/PDIF Network Output (Used for Cobalt II) Internal DVD Disc Left/Right O. Internal CD-DA Emphasis is Missing DeO. Right Internal AM/FM Leads Left External S/PDIF Left/Right O. This slight phase difference will have no noticeable effect when played through conventional stereo speakers.K. the media center’s analog Record Outputs will not properly apply de-emphasis. O.K. audio passed only partially through the codec (only the ADC section. specifically. In other words.K. O. O. O. O.K.K.K.K.K. The net result of this hardware bug is that audio passed fully through the codec (from ADC input to DAC output) will have no improper left/right delays. Leads Left Left/Right Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right Left/Right O.Theory of Operation A hardware issue was found with the CS4224 codecs whereby audio passing through its A/D converter emerges with left/right sample pairs mismatched. O. Internal CD-DA Left/Right O. O.K.

commanded by the main processor. Australia. Cr. where the desired format is selected via the OSD: NTSC (National Television Standards Committee (USA) or National Television Systems Committee). The video encoder (essentially a video digital to analog converter). The media center is capable of being connected to either NTSC or PAL televisions. When not playing back a DVD or generating an OSD. and 625 lines per frame. Composite video is generated at pin 44. containing extensive video processing circuitry. much as a VCR does. These registers are set by the main processor over a serial I2C bus (pins 32 and 33). and 43. U1 generates a standard ITU R. A size used to digitize NTSC is 640x480 pixels.BT656 data bus. is a 44 pin quad flat pack. Variations of the standard include NTSC-M. 30 frames per second. decodes the synchronization and separates the Y. A television standard with 50 fields per second. or Component video. U604 U1 CS98000 Digital CS4988 Video Encoder U601 Analog NJM2284 Video Switch U602 Amp NJM2267 Video Output External Video Video Block Diagram Video signals may be generated internally (by U1) or passed-through from a set of external (VIDEO INPUT) connectors. The data sheet for this part (number CS4955) shows the block diagram and signal processing circuitry inside the chip. The CS4955 receives the ITU R. A size used to digitize PAL is 768x576 pixels. C values are from 1 to 254. and Cb values into separate data streams. to set different operation modes. Y values are from 1 to 254. S-video Y and C are generated at pins 48 and 47. the media center defaults to passingthrough external video signals. Cr. and 525 lines per frame. and exclusively uses values of 00 and FF (hex). The chip has many programmable registers inside. This allows either Composite and Svideo. This standard is used in America and parts of Japan. and RGB or YCrCb are generated at pins 39. The standard document should be consulted for further details on this bus. Cb data. with interleaved Y. and sent to the digital to analog converters. Synchronization information is embedded in the data stream. 20 . This standard uses an 8 bit bus. This standard is used in parts of Africa. Variations of the standard include PAL-B/G.BT656 digital video data stream with embedded synchronization.K. The three channels of video data are processed appropriately. The video interface drives several kinds of video digital to analog converters to generate the analog video monitor drive signals. depending on the mode selected by the user. parts of Europe. with 1 being black. A television standard with 60 fields per second. PAL (Phase Alternation Line). to be placed on the output jacks of the AV28 console.Theory of Operation 5. OSD menus are accessed by pressing the SETTINGS button on the RF remote. 25 frames per second. The Composite video and S video are paralleled on the circuit board with the RGB (or YCrCb) signals. U601 on sheet 6 of the schematic. with 128 being no chroma.0 Video Electronics U603.40. etc. and in the U. Internally generated signals include DVD playback and On Screen Display (OSD) signals. The appropriate DACs are enabled by internal control circuitry.

which could distort the negative tips of these chrominance signals. For these signals. and must be of high accuracy so that television monitors can lock onto it and be able to decode color information to display. 6. U101. which does a DC restore on the video signal by clamping the negative sync tip of the video signal to a DC voltage. a NJM2285 chip. After internal/external selection.7 MHz ceramic filter. and most of the AM circuitry. Contained within the FM front-end is a tuned RF amplifier. The output driver drives the video signal through a 330uF capacitor (100-220uF on early units). supplying enough DC voltage to the signal to raise them above the clamp level. driven by transistor Q601. The 75ohm resistor provides reverse cable termination for best signal integrity. Composite and SVideo. 21 . there is no synchronization pulse for the input clamp of the 2267s to clamp to. to a FM IF amplifier. The 10. FM stereo MPX decoder.0 Tuner Electronics 6. with an accuracy of +. This ensures equipment compatibility even if there are DC differences between the AV28 and the driven equipment. No matter which mode the user selects. Video sent through a 330uF capacitor would have low frequency drop-off. the three video signals are sent to the output video drivers. FM local oscillator and mixer. The discriminator coil. The FM IF input signal to the LA1837 goes through several gain/limiter stages and then to a single-tuned. These are NJM2267 chips. This prevents synchronization problems with video monitors that may otherwise occur. The recovered FM composite signal appears on pin 23 of U101. CF101. U603 and U604.1 FM Tuner The FM RF signal is provided by the F connector. S-meter circuitry which is used for seek processing.1350hertz. These FM IF filter stages reject unwanted FM stations and noise. U602. CF102. and correcting of any sag that occurs. The selection is made by the control pins 2. causing sag in the video signal. This chip will select either the internal or external set of video signals to be sent on further through the video chain. The antenna supplied with the media center is the standard Bose® FM dipole antenna. a level shifter driven by the main processor. The output signal from CF102 is fed to the LA1837 AM/FM detector IC. Transistor Q301 and related circuitry form the FM IF amplifier that produces about 15 dB of voltage gain and provides the proper impedance matching for ceramic filters CF101 and CF102. T103. Each channel contains a clamp circuit on the input. and the C signal of the S-video signal. J102. This is corrected by the sag compensation pins of the NJM2267s. This frequency is phase lock-looped inside the CS4955 to generate the 3.Theory of Operation The 3 video signals are sent to the internal/external video MUX. For the Cr and Cb signal in component mode. is adjusted for minimum second harmonic audio distortion. the same circuitry is used in the video chain. with dual video channel capability.579545 MHz color subcarrier for the composite video signal. or Component video. and 12. and then back through a second ceramic filter. and a 75-ohm resistor. coil-based discriminator circuit. by sampling the video signal past the capacitors. and goes to the FM front-end module. FM detector. This device contains the FM IF limiter. preventing any clamping action on them. the transistors Q601 and Q602 are turned on by the port pins of U601. 7.7 MHz IF output signal (pin 7 of the module) passes through a 10. The CS4955 must receive a 27 MHz signal from the clock oscillator.

and AM stop level. T102. not requiring an external 456 kHz ceramic resonator as in the older LA1836 and LA1851-based designs. which are the left and right outputs. The nominal AM stop level is 56 dBuV/m at 1080 kHz.1 MHz Level 30 dBf 40 dBf Both S-meter signals are connected to a 2-input 6-bit analog to digital converter that resides in the LC72144 PLL IC. The pilot PLL VCO is completely internal to the LA1837 detector IC. MPX filters. The value of C124 affects FM stereo separation performance. This module contains the varactor-tuned RF and Local Oscillator (LO) tracking circuit. and for Europe/Japan they are set to produce 50-uSec de-emphasis. AM detector. During factory final test booth tuner alignment the appropriate test signal levels are injected into the UUT and the resultant ADC values for stop and force-mono levels are stored in the Flash memory of the main board.1 MHz 98. The RF tuned output appears on pin 12 and is fed to the AM buffer FET transistor Q103. This buffered output is sent to pin 27 of U101 which contains the AM RF amplifier. R118. mixer. The AM IF signal is demodulated by the LA1837 and the audio output is sent to pins 16 and 17. These signals are used to control the FM stop level. T104 and T105. Capacitors C132 and C133 and the internal resistance of the LA1837 set the FM de-emphasis.2 AM Tuner The signal from the external AM loop antenna enters through the 2. reject the residual 19 kHz pilot tone and 38 kHz sub-channel demodulation components. The 450 kHz AM IF output signal that appears on pin 2 is filtered by the IF filter. if necessary. 22 .5 mm AM jack. This part is pre-tuned by the manufacturer for proper alignment in this circuit with AM antenna. Level scaling is applied to both the AM and FM Smeter signals so that these signals do not saturate the dynamic range of the 3. 6. and C122 on pin 14. J300. FM force-mono level. are analog voltage levels that are proportional to the FM IF/AM RF input signal levels. For a US unit the capacitor values are set to produce 75-uSec de-emphasis. which are at pin 11 and 12 of the LA1837 respectively. The nominal FM stop/force-mono levels are: Parameter FM Seek Stop FM Force Mono Frequency 98. The AM seek stop processing and factory alignment is performed in a similar fashion to FM mode processing. The pilot PLL loop filter is formed by C120. Stereo MPX decoding is also performed by U101 and the decoded left and right output signals are produced on pins 16 and 17. and is fed to the AM front end module. T101. and fed back into the IC on pin 4. U103. and is further adjusted during factory alignment.Theory of Operation The composite audio signal is filtered by C124 and fed back into the LA1837 on pin 22. The S-meter voltage that corresponds to the desired AM stop level is stored during factory final booth tuner alignment in the main board Flash memory. IF amplifier. and AM S-meter circuitry.3 V full scale A/D converter. The FM and AM S-meter signals.

the tuning voltage is filtered by R148 and C151 and fed to the FM front end. the value that minimizes THD at 98. generating an error signal on pin 21. 6. Q207 and associated components. and error correction circuits. The timebase for the decoder is a crystal oscillator formed by the 4. U103 divides down the AM or FM LO and compares it to the appropriate reference frequency. T101. The software measures (“counts”) the IF frequency. U103. Both the PLL IC and the LC72722 PLL IC are controlled via a CCB bus interface. The LC72722 includes a bandpass filter. The tuning voltage varies the capacitance of the varactor diodes. The input (pin 2) to the RDS IC comes from Q104.5 Tuner Software Software that controls the AM and FM tuner resides on the Main PCB. 23 . R146. The 7.2 MHz crystal. which in turn tunes the AM antenna and the AM LO. and R217 control the gain and pole-zero locations of this active lead-lag filter The AM tuning voltage is further filtered by R108 and C106 and is fed to pin 14 of the AM front end. producing the tuning voltage at the collector of Q207. synchronization. It should be noted that the stop levels for the tuner are also stored on the main board. such as digitized S-meter value and FM mono/stereo status. The 7. and the two shunt capacitors. Control from the main board selects the AM or FM band and the particular frequency. is a single-chip system IC that implements the signal processing required by both the European RDS standard and US RDBS system. the stop levels must be reset due to board-to-board component variations. RDS/RDBS systems can send digital information over the airwaves along with the standard FM signal by adding a digitally modulated 57 kHz subcarrier to the normal FM composite signal. The software that controls the FM tuner has provisions for an IF offset to optimize tuner performance for a given range of IF filters. As in the AM case. to the PLL from the main board. This is a bidirectional interface that sends control information. This bus also sends status information. Y101. U102. This error signal is integrated by Q208. The possible values of IF offset are -25kHz.332 MHz crystal. the tuning voltage is fed to varactors which tune the LO frequency and RF filtering. In the final console test.3 Phase-locked Loop Tuning The AM and FM local oscillators are controlled by the LC72144 PLL IC.5 kHz reference frequency in FM mode and 10 kHz reference frequency in AM mode. C150. Y102.2 MHz oscillator is divided down to produce a 12. and +25kHz. from the PLL to the main board controller 6. Control of the RDS IC is achieved by using the same CCB bus interface used for the PLL IC. C138 and C139. C146.Theory of Operation 6.4 RDS Operation This feature is only implemented in the European version of the AV28 media center. 0. such as band select and frequency control. which buffers the FM composite signal at pin 23 of the LA1837. in FM mode. The LC72722 Radio Data System (RDS) decoder IC. the implication of this is that every time a different tuner board is mated with a main board. Similarly. and this offset is added to the count.1 MHz for an un-modulated 50dBF signal is chosen and stored before other stop levels are set. is connected across an inverting amplifier inside U103 to form an accurate and stable crystal oscillator. the inverter internal to the IC across pins 12 and 13. demodulator.

J102-3) Top (driven by KEYOUT2. Six signals connect U1 to the keypad: three signals represent the keypad rows. J101-4) Left (read by KEYIN2. J102-3) Top (driven by KEYOUT2. J101-4) Left (read by KEYIN2. Q101 and Q106 are used to power-down the higher-current sections of the VFD after the console has been off for about 10 seconds (reducing power consumption and ensuring that the VFD is held in a reset state when the console is off). J101-6) Center (read by KEYIN1. J101-6) Center (read by KEYIN1. J102-3) Center (driven by KEYOUT1. Console Button ON/OFF SOURCE VOLUME UP ALL OFF ENTER VOLUME DOWN OPEN/CLOSE ERASE STORE Row Top (driven by KEYOUT2. J101-2) Bottom (driven by KEYOUT0. the KEYIN line connected to that column of keys will be high (3. See SD256140. U205. as well as built-in switching power supply/inverter and driver IC’s for controlling the VFD glass. J101-5) Right (read by KEYIN0. J101-1) Bottom (driven by KEYOUT0. J101-1) Bottom (driven by KEYOUT0. resides on the Main Board. This pulls the HP-SENS line (normally pulled high by resistor R242 on the Main PCB) to ground. The module contains a microcontroller with masked font tables. J101-4) 7.Theory of Operation 7. J101-6) Center (read by KEYIN1. U1 then mutes the appropriate audio outputs. The drive is capable of playing DVD-video discs (including CSS decoding). pin 6 becomes shorted to ground. If a button is pressed. alerting U1. The headphone audio drive amplifier. the drive is put into a low-current standby mode via software command. and two inductors used to reduce emissions and limit incoming ESD transients (L2001 and L2001). J101-5) Right (read by KEYIN0. J101-5) Right (read by KEYIN0. J200. J101-2) Center (driven by KEYOUT1. J101-2) Center (driven by KEYOUT1. and audio CDs. 7. Q103 is used to reset the drive’s built-in microcontroller upon console power-up. The protocol requires both clock (VFD_CLOCK) and data (VFD-DATA) lines.1 Vacuum Fluorescent Display A VFD module is installed in the front of the console. U1 identifies button presses by sequentially driving the KEYOUT lines (which activate individual rows of keys) and reading-back the KEYIN lines (which have 75K pullup resistors inside U1). and runs at about 4800 baud.3 Console Keypad A nine-button keypad is located next to the DVD-ROM drive tray. after that. The drive remains active (in a paused state) for about 5 minutes after playing a CD/DVD to allow a customer to return resume playback from the same location on the disc. CD-ROMs.4 Headphone Driver The Headphone PCB holds the headphone jack itself. is single-direction only. Pin 6 of the headphone jack is used to sense when headphones are plugged in: when a customer inserts a headphone plug into J200. and three signals represent the keypad columns. J101-1) Column Left (read by KEYIN2. An ATAPI cable for data and separate power cable connect the drive to the Main PCB (see sheet 2 of SD254135). see sheet 2 of SD254135. 7. Communication to the VFD is serial through J103.0 Additional Electronics in the Console 7.3V).2 DVD-ROM Drive The DVD-ROM drive is a Toshiba SD-M1502 (soon to change to a SD-M1612). 24 . This amp is configured as a voltage follower (providing no signal gain).

The filters boost the voltage of their passbands about 10 times. and line-doubled. the dongle contains 25 turns of wire inside a plastic enclosure.5 TV Power Detector The infrared power command for televisions toggles the power state of the television.Theory of Operation 7. the power state of the TV must be known to determine if sending a power toggle command is necessary. C325. 25 . The power detection circuit is built around U303. The circuit detects the presence of the television’s horizontal sweep frequency. the dongle will output 20~200 mV of signal. in order to automatically turn a customer’s television on when a video source is selected. or 480p monitors use 31500 Hz.5V. HDTV. an NJM3403 quad op-amp IC. D303 performs a voltage shift equal to that of the rectifier so that a reference voltage for the comparator can be generated with diode drop compensation. The TV power detector circuit is on the tuner board. the comparator output will go high. The outputs of these filters are fed to active band-pass filters constructed of sections of U303. The Schmidt trigger section. The outputs of these active band-pass filters (if present) are rectified and summed by D302. designed to minimize chatter at the circuit output. An external dongle plugs into the tuner board at J105. if either sweep frequency present. When placed properly (at the back of the unit near the deflection coils) on the television. the active filters have a Q of 5 (allowing for component variation) and a gain of 20. and L303 form a similar filter about 31500 Hz. The remainder of U303 serves as a comparator and a Schmidt trigger. drives the TV_ON signal to U1 to indicate the detected power state of a television. standard NTSC and PAL monitors use 15750 Hz. See sheet 3 of SD256131. The comparator compares the rectified signal with 0. C328 and L302 form a highly peaked low-pass filter about 15750 Hz. C324.

Theory of Operation
8.0 LS28/35 Bass Module Issues The LS28/35 bass module is sold as a system with the AV28 media center and is mentioned for reference. Refer to the Lifestyle® 28 and 35 Digital Acoustimass® Powered Speakers service manual part number 264562. 8.1 LEDs The amber and green LEDs on the DSP board serve to provide information about the status and operation of the speaker’s DSP board. The following is a summary of the various possible states of the LEDs and a functional description of the state(s) represented.

• Green LED: The green LED serves a dual purpose: general system health and serial data received. The green LED will blink once per second with a 50% duty cycle (i.e. on for ½ second, off for ½ second) if the system booted and is running normally. If the unit is in the SmartSpeaker “Off” condition, the green LED will blink briefly (approx. 0.1s ON time) once every 5 seconds. • The green LED will also toggle whenever a serial data byte is received. This will interrupt the normal 1-second blink rate. The green LED blinking faster than 1 Hz usually indicates that it is receiving serial communications.
Amber LED: The amber LED serves to signal 3 conditions: power applied/boot status, S/ PDIF status and clipping status. When power is first applied the amber LED will light briefly. If the PROM FLASH checksum is incorrect or hardware does not pass power-on self test, the green LED and amber LED will alternately blink at approx. a 5 Hz rate. If the green LED is blinking at its normal, 1 Hz rate, a blinking, 1Hz amber light indicates that there is no valid S/PDIF signal present: If the amber LED is off while the green LED is blinking normally, then valid S/PDIF is present and being received. Finally, the amber LED will briefly blink (in this case, only when valid S/PDIF is present) when the satellite amps are clipping. This should only occur when playing the system at extremely high levels. 8.2 DIP Switches The LS28/35 bass module has a set of four DIP switches, accessible from the back connector area. Three of these switches (switches 1, 2 and 3) set the Room Code of the speaker, and must match the three Room Code DIP switches on the remote control (switches 7, 8 and 9) used with that speaker. Switch 4 on the speaker is only used in manufacturing/test to enter TAP mode, and should nominally be left DOWN. 9.0 Legacy Speaker Issues 9.1 Protocol Setup The AV28 media center supports legacy (existing) Bose® powered speaker systems in both Zone 1 and Zone 2. However, these systems (AM25P/30P II digital bass module and LSA) require the console to send control commands using the older CD-5 Serial Data Port Protocol, which is NOT the default smart speaker protocol used by AV28 media center. To enable this older protocol, the user must use the OSD (Settings/Setup) menus to change either the Zone 1 Speaker Protocol or Zone 2 Speaker Protocol from “Normal” to “Legacy” mode.


Theory of Operation
9.2 Addressing The older CD-5 smart speaker protocol allowed addressing up to four speakers (“rooms”) per zone, referred-to as Speakers A, B, C and D. Similarly, older Bose® Lifestyle® remote controls had four DIP switches used for selecting which of these speakers should be controlled. All AM25P/30P II digital bass module powered speakers are hard-wired as smart speaker address A. All LSA’s are hard-wired as address B. The AV28 media center's RF remote has three Room Code DIP switches (not implemented at printing of this manual), allowing up to seven speakers per zone to be addressed, referred-to as Rooms A through G. Since this addressing scheme is different than that used by older systems, a translation table is required to understand how to use AV28 media center’s RF remote when controlling AM25P/30P II digital bass module or LSA (when a zone is set for legacy mode), as follows:

Postman RF Remote Room Switches for Legacy Mode Postman Remote's Room Resulting CD5 Smart DIP Switch Pattern Speaker Message's (switches 7,8&9) Header 000 (Room A) 0x31 001 (Room B) 0x35 *010 (Room C) 0x39 011 (Room D) 0x3D 100 (Room E) 0x32 101 (Room F) 0x36 *110 (Room G) 0x3A 111 (All Rooms) 0x3E

Legacy Speaker that the Console Allows This Remote to Control Cobalt I #1 Cobalt I #2 Cobalt I #3 All Rooms LSA #1 LSA #2 LSA #3 All Rooms

The table shows that up to three AM25P/30P II digital bass module’s and three LSA’s (labelled #1, #2 and #3 here) can be addressed by a AV28 media center remote control. Note that a special adapter box would be required to actually hang more than one AM25P/30P II digital bass module and one LSA off each zone of the AV28 media center . *To control a single AM25P/30P II digital bass module, it is recommended that the user set switches 7, 8 & 9 on the user’s AV28 RF remote to 010 (Room C, where 0=down and 1=up). To control a single LSA, it is recommended that a user set these switches to 110 (Room G).


Theory of Operation
10.0 Software 10.1 FLASH Update Capability The software in the AV28 media center is stored in FLASH. During boot, the software is decompressed from the FLASH to the DRAM, where it is executed. U1 can update the contents of the FLASH, so the software is field upgrade-able. Additionally, the console can update the FLASH where the DSP stores its code in the LS28/35 bass module using the speaker cable. 10.2 FLASH Update Procedure Note: A software update disc can be obtained by calling Bose service. If you have a software update disc, check the service intranet site or call Bose service to make sure you have the latest version. 10.3 Software Version To find out which version of software is loaded in a console, first press the [ALL OFF] button on the keypad. Next, press and hold the [STORE] key and press the [ENTER] key one time. The software version is displayed on the VFD in the following format: SV C:(dateCode):(version)-(build) – for example, SV C:092501:1.0-0125 would indicate Version 1.0 code made from build #125 on September 25, 2001. 10.4 User Settings Stored in FLASH Certain user settings (tuner presets, OSD settings like preference for Film-EQ in a particular source) and tuner calibration coefficients are stored in a protected area of FLASH. These are not overwritten when the software is updated. There are two important consequences:

• Sending an FU [Flash Update] command via ETAP will erase the user settings (but not the tuner calibration). • After setting any preferences (house code, tuner presets, OSD settings), you must cycle the power on and off with the remote and wait a few seconds before unplugging the unit. When the unit is powered off by the remote, the user preferences set in that session are stored in FLASH.


1. DVD/CD Assembly Removal 3.2 Grasp the front edge of the tuner PCB (3) and lift up until it is at a 450 angle. Top Cover Removal 1. Lift off the top cover.1 Remove the six screws (28) that secure the top cover (7) to the base (9). Note: Make sure the ribbon cable connector key is on the top when inserting the connector. Damage to the pins may occur. Then pull up and forward on the tuner PCB bracket support to release the tuner PCB. lift out the DVD/CD assembly (1). 5.1 Align the DVD bracket (15) with the DVD assembly (1). 5. Tuner PCB Removal 5. Tuner PCB Replacement 6. 6. align the two tabs located at the rear of the tuner PCB with the two cutouts located at the rear of the base.3 Holding the tuner PCB (3) at a 450 angle.4 Lower the front of the tuner PCB until it rests on the tuner PCB support bracket. 29 . 3.1 Align the top cover (7) with the base (9) and press down at the right rear corner to secure the catch.Disassembly/Assembly (Refer to Figure 3) 1. which is located under the tuner PCB. Replace the four screws (22) that secure the DVD bracket to the DVD assembly. 6. 2.3 Grasp the tuner PCB bracket support (21). 3. 5.2 Align the posts on the tuner PCB support bracket (21) with the three locator holes in the base (9).4 Remove the four screws (22) that secure the DVD bracket (15) to the DVD assembly. Line up the connector to the pins on the receptacle and gently push in. 5. Press downward on the corners of the DVD/ CD assembly until all four tabs snap into place. and pull it to the left slightly to clear the headphone jack PCB. 3.1 Attach the ribbon connector to J103.2 Replace the six screws (28) that secure the top cover to the base. Refer to figure 3 for DVD bracket orientation.3 Remove the two connectors from the DVD/CD assembly.2 Pressing outward on the four tabs located on the base (9) at the bottom corners of the DVD/CD bracket (15). Top Cover Replacement 2. DVD/CD Assembly Replacement 4. 4.2 Connect the two connectors to the DVD/ CD assembly. 6.2 Release the catch at the right rear corner of the top cover. align the tabs on the DVD/CD bracket (15) with the four tabs located in the base (9). 4.4 Remove the ribbon cable from connector J103. 6.3 With the DVD/CD assembly (1) label side up.1 Perform procedure 1. Do not force the connector or push on the connector at an angle. 2. 3.1 Perform procedure 1. 4.

1 Perform procedure 3.2 Slide the IR PCB (2) under the catch on the right side. 13. 10.3 While applying rearward pressure on the PCB. IR PCB Replacement 12. 12.3 Refer to figure 6 for the location of the laser current measurement points and the laser current information located on the mechanism labels. 11.2 Disconnect the cables from J102. 9.1 Perform procedure 1.2 Slide the VFD module (6) into the VFD holder on the base until the two locking tabs snap into place.3 Lift up the front of the main PCB and slide it forward and up. Lift up on the IR PCB and then slide it to the left. 12. 13.2 Release the VFD module (6) from the two locking tabs. VFD Module Replacement 10. 30 . 7. which are located at the two top corners of the VFD module.4 Connect the cables to J102. 7. press downward at the locations of the four locking tabs. located on the main PCB (2).Disassembly/Assembly (Refer to Figure 3) 7. 10.2 Align the headphone jack PCB (2) with the hole in the side of the base.2 Lift up the bezel (41). J213. 11.1 Connect the cable to J1000. Pull up the VFD module. Main PCB Removal 7. J106.2 Release the main PCB (2) from the four locking tabs located on the base (9). The main PCB (2) and tuner PCB support bracket (21) will secure the headphone jack PCB in place. 8. VFD Module Removal 9. Two located at the front and one located on each side of the PCB. J106. J213. two located at the front and one located on each side of the PCB.4 Disconnect the cable from J1000. and the DVD/CD mechanism’s ribbon cable. Laser Current Measurement Access 13. located on the main PCB (2). 11. Lift off the bottom cover.3 Disconnect the cable from J103.3 Release the IR PCB (2) from the locking tab located on the left side of the IR PCB. J103. IR PCB Removal 11.3 While aligning the IR PCB with the two locator guides. J103.1 Lower the rear of the main PCB (2) into the base (9) so the connectors protrude out the rear of the base. 7. 8. 8. 11. 8. 12.1 Connect the cable to J103. press down until the IR PCB snaps into place. 13.2 Remove the four screws that secure the bottom cover of the DVD/CD assembly (1) to its chassis. 9. 9. Main PCB Replacement 8.1 Perform procedure 1.1 Perform procedure 5. and the DVD/CD mechanism’s ribbon cable.

4. In the Settings window. Note: Terminal programs other than hyperterminal can be used. any name may be entered. 31 . select the COM port on your computer that you will be connecting the AV28 media center to and then click OK. type the name “AV 28 media center” then click “OK”.Setting-up a Computer to Issue TAP Commands 1. 3. In the “COM1 Properties” window. make the selections in the various fields as shown. Open a terminal window. click on ACSII setup and make the selections and changes as shown. In the “Connection Description” window. 5. 6. Click: Start/Program/Accessories/Hyperterminal/Hyperterminal 2. In the “Connect To” window. In the Hyperterminal window. click on File/ Properties. click on the Settings tab. In the Properties window. make the selections in the various fields as shown.

2. Passed. Fixture Detection . All Pins Short Test . Initializing Encoder.. CCB Bus .. apply power to the AV28 media center.. Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedures: Contain procedures to optimize the performance of the AV28 media center. Zone Enable Bus . UEI Chip Result : BOS0 IR Loopback .. Refer to the Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedure 10... Memory Tests ... Passed.. A response similar to the following will be displayed on your computer screen.. Passed.. ... Keypad Bus .. Passed. >Self-test phase has expired. I2C Bus . Passed.... Memory Tests ...2 With a Hyperterminal window open....Zone 1 Sense : Short to ground.. Passed. A response similar to the following will be displayed on your computer screen. Tuner Board Variant : USA RF House Code : 0010 Booting Cirrus API. Smart Speaker Bus .. Passed.5mm plug to the serial data jack on the AV28 media center. The media center will not turn on unless it senses a speaker connected to the Zone 1 (or Zone 2) speaker connector.. Passed. All TAP related tuner adjustments are stored in FLASH memory on the main PCB. Passed... part number 264565...Phase 1 Inputs : Not Found. IR Loopback ..... 32 .. Phase 1 Input Pattern :11010111101 Zone Sense Bus .TAP RX : Short to ground. the FLASH memory must be updated to store the adjustments. Zone MUX Bus .. Ready for test. Zone Sense Bus .1 Type the command PS C and hit “Enter”.Issuing TAP Commands to the AV28 media center 1. After completing any or all adjustment procedures requiring TAP commands. Passed.... CCB Chip Tests . Passed. Failed... I2C Chip Tests . Failed.1 Connect the test cable’s.... Passed.. 3.... Verify the media center communicates in TAP mode 2. ... Booting Application.. Connect the test cable’s 3. General Test Procedure Notes 1..... Passed. Functional/Performance Verification Tests: Contain tests to verify the performance and function of the AV28 media center. UEI Query . CD/DVD Drive .. VFD Bus . DB-9 connector to the RS-232 COM port on your computer. 1. 4... Reset! Fixture Detection .. Passed. Passed. ive Info.. Failed... TAP Bus . . Passed. Passed.. Passed. Failed.. Passed. 2.. TAP Test Cable Connection 1. Connecting a speaker cable to the Zone 1 (or Zone 2) speaker connector or physically shorting J301 pin 8 and 5 together will allow the media center to turn on. All AM and FM adjustments must be performed when replacing a main or tuner PCB in order to ensure an optimized tuner. Failed.. (power on self test results). Passed. Miscellaneous Pins ... RF Bus ... CD/DVD Drive .. IR Blaster Bus . RF Loopback . Passed. Disconnecting a Zone output will cause that Zone to turn off.

1 Connect an Oscilloscope to the serial data output connector J704 pin 2. 75 kHz deviation.9 MHz. 17 dBf at the unit’s FM antenna input.9 MHz. SNR. 5. AM Sensitivity Performance Verification 1. 1.3 Turn off the RF generator’s modulation.2 Measure the output of the detector. 35 dBf.8Vrms. 3. Refer to Figure 1. 4. AM modulation.1 Apply a signal to the TV Sensor input J105 pin 2 at the level and frequency listed in the following table. (19 dBf for Euro and Japan) 3.2 Place the unit into seek and verify that it stops at 98. 30% AM modulation.Functional/Performance Verification Tests AM General Test Setup Unless otherwise noted.1 MHz and then place the unit into seek.1 MHz. pilot off.0 seconds to turn off. The signal levels given do not include this factor.2 Measure the distortion at the left or right record output.5 Vrms 31. AM Seek Performance Verification 2.1 Set the RF generator to 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). It should be < 3. 4. FM Sensitivity Performance Verification 3. 1 kHz mono modulation. TV Sensor Verification 6.8Vrms 15.5Vrms. 400 Hz modulation. U303 pin 8.0%. FM Seek Performance Verification 1. 5. Verify the radio does not stop at 98.2 Press volume up or down on the console.1 Set the RF generator to 98. 2.5Vrms 33 4.9 MHz. J102. J102.2 Reference a dB meter to the left or right record output. 6. Settling time is . The signal should be applied to the ring of a 3. 75 kHz deviation. On >2. 400 Hz modulation. 4. at J103 pin 19.3 Switch the RF generator for a 49 dBuV emf field intensity and verify the radio does not stop at 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). Note: Off <. 5. 400Hz and the unit and RF generator to 1080 kHz.1 Set the RF generator to 98.1 seconds to turn on. Observe a digital wave form on the oscilloscope. Input Input Detector Frequency Amplitude Output 60 Hz 200 mVrms <. 6.4 Tune the unit to 98. 2.5mm jack. pilot off. 74 dBuV emf. Measurements are taken from the record output.2 Place the unit into seek and verify the unit stops at 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). 1. 61 dBuV emf field intensity. 2.1 Set the RF generator output for a 53 dBuV emf field intensity. 1 kHz mono modulation. The equivalent field intensity is 26 dB less than the generator output level or 1/20th of the output voltage. 2.75 kHz 30 mVrms >2. Serial Data Verification . set an RF generator to 1500 kHz (1503 kHz for Europe and Japan).4 The record output should measure < -20 dB. 30% AM modulation.5 kHz 30 mVrms >2. at the unit’s FM antenna input. 4.3 Reduce the RF generator to 25 dBf. 1.

TV S-video output..Functional/Performance Verification Tests 7. a digital (S/PDIF) source. Record analog output. AUX.. the optical input of a device.6 mm 75 mm 1.. TV... test CD#2 ABEX test disc TCD-725R ABEX test disc TCD-721 R ABEX test disc TCD-725R ABEX test disc TCD-732RA ABEX test disc TCD-714R 34 . Tape.8 mm 1.. Inputs/Outputs Verification Test Functional test for the... and select the console source. TV and assign the optical input to TV. 2 output. VCR digital (S/PDIF) audio input... Tape analog audio input. Speaker Zones 1.. Refer to the Zone 2 Operation section on page 69. Record analog output and CD. Composite video input.. Tape. (insert a CD). CD.. a clean undistorted audio output from the source. S-Video input... a clean undistorted output from the... Parameter Defect Tracking (void) Defect Tracking (black dot) Defect Tracking (scratch) Defect Tracking (finger print) Defect Tracking (warped disc) Defect Tracking (eccentric disc) Nominal 1. SVideo output... A clean undistorted audio output from the PS28/35 powered speaker. to the S-Video output of a source.. TV analog audio input.. Note: 1. Listen/look for.. DVD (insert a DVD).. AUX.. Compo -site video output VCR.... a clean undistorted picture from the TV.. the optical output of a source.. an analog source.. the digital (S/PDIF) input of a device.. 4 Record digital (S/PDIF) audio output.0 mm 210 mm Limit 0. VCR. VCR analog audio input. 8..... Connect the Media Center....0 mm 65 mm 0. CD Performance Test 8.7 mm 140 mm Suggested Test disc Pierre Vernay... TV S-Video.... Tape digital (S/PDIF) audio input...0 mm 1...0 mm 1.. 2 Analog audio Inputs 3 Digital (S/PDIF) and optical audio inputs. TV composite video output.......1 The media center should be able to play the test discs listed in the following table. The remote control is needed to turn on the Zone 2 output and should be used to verify the unit’s ability to respond to remote commands. a TV S-Video input. a clean undistorted audio output from the PS28/35 powered speaker connected to the console's Speaker Zones output. a clean undistorted audio output from the PS28/35 powered speaker connected to the console's Speaker Zones output... composite video output. TV.. an AM28/35 powered speaker. To. to the analog input of a device.. and DVD. Record optical output.. Optical input. AUX digital (S/PDIF) audio input. Record Optical output. 1 Speaker Zones output. S-Video and Composite video input 5 Record digital (S/PDIF) output... to the Composite video output of a source.. TV digital (S/PDIF) audio input...8 mm 0.. AUX analog audio input. a TV composite video input. VCR...

1 kHz and the unit and RF generator to 1080 kHz. 1. AM Tuner Adjustment 2. The signal levels given do not include this factor. 3.2 Adjust the red slug of T101 until a maximum output is measured at the record output. 2.2 Reference a dB meter to the left or right record output. 30% AM modulation. 1. 2. 61 dBuV/m field intensity. part number 264565.3 Issue the TAP command T2. 30% AM modulation.1-2. Connect the test cable’s 3. Refer to pages 31 and 32.4 Set the generator to 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). 3. Refer to Figure 1.3 Turn off the RF generator’s modulation. Repeat step 2.1 Set an RF generator output for a 69 dBuV/m field intensity at the unit’s antenna.5mm plug to the serial data jack on the AV28 media center.6 Switch the RF generator to 49 dBuV/m field intensity. 3.1 Issue the TAP command TF. 2.5 Place the unit into seek and verify the unit stops at 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). Place the unit into seek mode and verify the unit does not stop at 1130 kHz (1125 kHz for Euro and Japan). 1 kHz and the unit and RF generator to 1500 kHz. AM Sensitivity Verification 1. 30% AM modulation.4 until the measurement at the record output is optimized for both adjustments.5 The adjustment of the red and black slug affects each other.7 Issue the TAP command TB.1 Set the RF generator output for a 53 dBuV/m field intensity at the unit’s antenna. 2. 35 . TAP 3. 3. 3. Figure 1. 56 dBuV/m field intensity at the unit’s antenna.3 Set the RF generator and unit to 600 kHz. AM Stop Level Adjustment.2 Set the RF generator to 1080 kHz.The equivalent field intensity in dBuV/m is 20 dB less than the generator output level in dBuV EMF at the receiving antenna. AM Test Setup TAP Test Cable Connection Connect the TAP test cable’s. 1 kHz modulation.Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedures AM Tuner General Test Setup Measurements are taken from the record output. 3. 3. 1.4 The record output should measure < -20 dB.4 Adjust the black slug of T101 until a maximum output is measured at the record output. This will save the adjustment in FLASH. 1. DB-9 connector to the COM port on your computer. 2.

7 Place the unit into seek. proceed to step 4.2 Measure the THD+N at the left or right record output.1 MHz.3 Switch the RF generator to right only modulation. This will save the adjustment into FLASH. FM Stop Level Adjustment.0%.1 Issue the TAP command TF. If it is < 0. TAP 7.4 Measure the left record output. 7. 75 kHz total deviation.9 MHz.1 Set the RF generator to 98. 1 kHz left only modulation. Verify the radio does not stop at 98. 6. pilot off. 5. 7.2. 75 kHz deviation.6 Reduce the RF generator to 25 dBf at the units FM antenna input.55% THD. This will save the adjustment into FLASH. pilot off.55%.4 Wait two seconds after issuing the TAP command T7 and then switch the RF generator to 1 kHz mono modulation. The output signal should measure <. 30 dBf. If the distortion is > 0. 8.Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedures FM Tuner General Test Setup Connect the signal generator to the FM antenna jack J102 using a 50 to 75 Ohm matching network. 4.4 If the distortion is >. J102. J102. 5. TAP 8.5%. 8. Adjustments to the procedure’s stated signal levels should be made to account for a signal level loss due to the matching network and/or any other losses.2 Adjust the unit to 98. 10% pilot. 8. Verify the signal level is between 520-1050 mVrms and the distortion is <. pilot off. 7.4 Switch the RF generator to 98. 4. 1 kHz mono modulation. 5. 4. FM Distortion Adjustment 8. 17 dBf at the unit’s FM antenna input. at the unit’s FM antenna input. referenced to the measurement taken in procedure 7. 75 kHz deviation.1 Set the RF generator to 98. Verify that the THD is now < 0.1 MHz. J102. 5.3 Measure the signal distortion and level at the record output. J102.9 MHz. 75 kHz deviation.1 Issue the TAP command TF. 4. J102.2 Set the RF generator to 98. 4.5. 50 dBf. 1 kHz mono modulation. It should be < -25 dB. 65 dBf at the unit’s FM antenna input. 8.1 Set the RF generator to 98. 36 6. adjust T103 for minimum distortion.5%. . 8.5 Measure the signal at the record output. 4. 1 kHz mono modulation. pilot off. FM IF Offset Adjustment.1 MHz. 8.5% THD+N and at a level between 520-1050 mVrms.8 Issue the TAP command TB.6 Issue the TAP command TB. 7.5 Place the unit into seek and verify that it stops at 98. It should be < 3. 5. 8.1 MHz.55% THD. 35 dBf at the units FM antenna input.1 MHz.2 Set the RF generator to 98. at the unit’s FM antenna input. issue the TAP command T9.2 Reference a dB meter to the left record output.9 MHz. Stereo Separation Verification 4. 75 kHz deviation. no modulation. FM Sensitivity Verification 6. J102. J102 (19 dBf for Euro).3 Issue the TAP command T3.1 MHz. 65 dBf at the unit’s FM antenna input.3 Issue TAP command T7.

Note: Off <. Note: The signal should be applied to the ring of a 3. 9.8Vrms. 2. 10.8Vrms >2.75 kHz 31. Verify there is a 1 kHz signal at the record output. Verify there is no signal at the record output. Settling time is . This will save the adjustment into FLASH.1 seconds to turn on.6 Issue the TAP command TB. 1 kHz stereo L= -R modulation. at J103 pin 19.3 Issue the TAP command T5. 9. 9.5Vrms. On >2.4 Increase the RF generator output to 45 dBf.1 MHz.5 mm jack. 10. Input Frequency 60 Hz 15. at the unit’s FM antenna input.5 kHz Input Amplitude 200 mVrms 30 mVrms 30 mVrms Detector Output <. FM Stereo Threshold Adjustment. 40 dBf. 75 kHz deviation.1 Apply a signal to the TV Sensor input J105 pin 2 at the level and frequency listed in the following table.Adjustment/Performance Verification Procedures 9. 10% pilot.2 Measure the output of the detector.5Vrms 37 . 9.5 Vrms >2. U303 pin 8. J102. TV ON Detector Verification 10. 9.2 Set the RF generator to 98.1 Issue the TAP command TF.5 Decrease the RF generator level to 35 dBf.0 seconds to turn off. TAP 9.

Failure to use a substitute replacement with the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create shock. the tuner alignments should be performed. The alignment procedures should be done to optimize the performance of the tuner to compensate for PCB to PCB component variations. This part is not normally available from customer service. 38 . Tap Test Cable Part Number 264565 Part List Notes 1. when the main PCB is manufactured.REAR VIEW Figure 2. This part is critical for safety purposes. Approval from the Field Service Manager is required before ordering. 2. 3. 4. When replacing the tuner or main PCB. The average tuner alignment values are stored in FLASH memory. which is located on the main PCB. The individual parts located on the PCB are listed in the part list. fire and/or other hazards.

HEADPHONE.6mm. 4POS. 2 5 PAD. 14. LEFT 266437-001 1 11.5. RUBBER BRACKET. EMI GASKET.Main Part List Refer to Figure 3 Item Description Part Number Qty Note Number 1 DRIVE. SIGNAL. SPACER. SYM. ELASTOMERIC CABLE.5. 8-11X. SWITCH. XREC/SQ GASKET. 4 3 TUNER . PAN. 300mm CABLE. EMI CABLE. NOTCH 262872-001 1 6 MODULE. PCB ASSEMBLY 254141 1 1. PWR. VFD DISPLAY SPACER ARM SHIM. TRAY. 2. XRC/SQ GASKET. STRAIGHT GASKET. 6-13x. 2. 10 POS. SPLIT CABLE. UP RIGHT. EMI. 40 PIN. US. 12 END CAP ASSY. SUPPORT. GROUNDING FACE PLATE. DVD PAD. DVD GASKET. PAN. 130mm FOOT. FOR NON-USA (XB08) 292153-002 OR 302890-001 2 MAIN PCB ASSEMBLY. DOOR MAGNET. EMI GASKET. IR BRACKET. XREC CLIP. RIGHT LENS. 240mm CABLE. IDE. EMI BEZEL LENS. STRAIGHT CLIP. EMI GASKET. 26 POS. DVD. 4 POS. FOR USA (1802) (1B08) 273686-003 OR -004 3 DRIVE. SLAB 276328 1 1. FFC. VFD 256149-001 1 7 TOP COVER ASSEMBLY 266280-001 1 8 DOOR ASSEMBLY 264353-001 1 9 BASE. PCB ASSEMBLY 260322-1 1 1. M3-0. DAMPER PLATE. DOOR GEAR. DVD ROM. 70mm SCREW. HEADPHONE JACK 266438-001 256158-001 256729 256745-001 256144-04240 256145-40300 256147-30130 188462-001 256748-001 256752-005 260386 256756-001 256757-001 258357 256797-04 193637-10 262875-085 256160-002 260383-003 256160-004 256734-001 256775-04070 172783-08 256160-005 260383-001 258488 258489 262876-100 256156-001 256157-001 263181 262878 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 39 . DVD ROM. TYPE-F SCREW. DAMPER.625. TAP. HEAT TRANSFER. EMI 256153-001 1 10. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 END CAP ASSY. PAN. STRIKER SPRING. TAPP. TUNER PCB SCREW. 4 4 KEYPAD. EMI.


0603. . .1W. 5% 1. . 0603.1W. 0603. . 0603.2K. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 33 OHM. 5% 10K. 5% Part Number 199403-103 199403-330 199403-330 199403-330 199403-330 199403-330 199403-330 199403-330 199403-103 191465-1001 199403-103 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1001 199403-101 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-562 199403-562 199403-103 199403-103 199403-562 199403-103 199403-562 199403-562 199403-103 199403-562 199403-103 191465-1001 199403-222 199403-222 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-222 199403-103 Note 41 .1W. .6K.1W. 5% 10K. 5% 10K.6K. 5% 10K. .1W. . 0603. 5% 10K.0K.1W. . . . 0603.1W. . . 5% 5.1W.1W. 0603.1W.1W. 0603.1W. 5% 5.1W. 0603.6K.1W.1W. 5% 10K. 5% 100 OHM. . .1W. 5% 10K. 0603.1W. .1W.1W. 5% 10K. 5% 100 OHM.1W. 5% 33 OHM.1W. 0603. .6K. 0603. 5% 10K.1W. 0603.1W. 0603. . 0603. 5% 33 OHM. 1% 10K. 5% 33 OHM. . 5% 33 OHM. 5% 10K. 5% 10K. . . 5% 33 OHM.6K. 0603. 5% 1.0K.1W. 5% 10K. 0603. . 0603. . . 0603. . 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603. . 0603.1W.1W. .1W. . . 1% 2. 0603.1W. 5% 2. 1% 1.1W.1W.0K. 0603.1W. 0603. 0603.1W.1W. 5% 10K. 0603. . 0603. 5% 1. . 0603. .1W. . .1W. 0603.1W. .0K. 1% 100 OHM.1W. 5% 10K. . 0603. 5% 10K. 5% 5.2K. 0603.1W. . 0603. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 10K.1W. 5% 100 OHM. . 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603. .1W. 5% 5.1W. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 5% 5. 5% 10K. 0603. 0603. .Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors) Reference Designator R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R131 R132 R133 R134 R135 R136 R137 R138 R140 R141 R142 R143 R144 Description 10K. 0603. . 0603. . . . 0603. 1% 100 OHM. 0603. . .1W. 5% 10K. 5% 10K. 5% 10K. 5% 33 OHM. 5% 5. 0603. 5% 1. 5% 2. 5% 10K. .1W. 0603.1W. .1W. 5% 10K.1W.0K.1W.6K. .2K. . .1W.1W. . 0603. .1W. . 5% 10K.1W.

1W. 5% 100K. 0603.1W.0K. 1% 1. 0603. 1% 1. 1% 10K. 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 750 OHM. 1% 1. . 5% 2. 0603. 5% 100K. 5% 820 OHM. 0603.1W. 1% 2. 0603. . 5% 4.1W. 0603. . .1W. . 0603. 0603.0K. 1% 1. 5% 750 OHM. 0603.1W. . 0603.1W. . 100mW. 5% 15 OHM. 0603.1W.0K.9K. 100mW. . 5% 2. . .1W.1W. 0603.9K. .1W. 5% 1. 1% 47K. 5% 560 OHM. 5% 10 OHM.1W. 0603.1W. .7K. 0603. . . . 0603. 5% 15 OHM. 0603. 0603.1W.1W.1W. 0603. 0603. 5% 1. 0603. 1% 1.0K. . . . . . 0603.7K. .0K.1W. 5% Part Number 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-104 199403-751 199403-392 199403-100 199403-222 199403-150 199403-751 199403-392 199403-100 199403-222 199403-150 199403-561 199403-561 191465-1001 199403-472 199403-472 199403-472 199403-472 199403-821 199403-821 199403-104 199403-104 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-103 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-103 199403-222 199403-222 199403-103 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-222 191465-1002 191465-1002 199403-103 191465-1331 191465-1331 199403-473 Note 42 . 5% 100K. 5% 2.1W. 5% 1. 0603. . .1W. .1W.33K.33K. . . 0603.1W.0K. 1% 10K.1W. . 1% 4.1W. 1% 1. 5% 100K.0K. .1W. . 0603.1W. 0603. . . 0603.0K.1W.1W. 5% 560 OHM. 5% 2. 1% 10K.1W.2K. 0603. 5% 100K. 5% 3. 1% 1. 5% 1. 0603.7K. . 5% 100K.1W.1W. 0603.1W. . 5% 820 OHM. .1W. .1W. 0603.1W. . . . . . 5% 10 OHM.1W. 5% 4. 0603. 0603. 1% 1. . 0603. .0K. 0603. 1% 1. . .0K. 5% 100K.1W. 5% 10K. 0603.1W. 1% 1.1W. 0603. 0603. .1W.1W. 0603.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R227 R230 R231 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R246 R247 R248 R249 R250 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255 R256 R257 R258 R259 R301 R302 R303 Description 100K.1W. 5% 3. 5% 1.1W. 0603. 0603.1W.1W. 0603.0K.1W. . 5% 10K.2K. 0603. 0603. .1W.1W.1W. 0603. .2K.2K. 0603.0K. .1W. 0603. 0603.7K.2K. 0603. 1% 10K. 0603.1W. 5% 4. 5% 100K.0K. 0603. . 5% 100K. .1W.

. 5% 100 OHM. .1W. 1% 3. 0603. 5% 22 OHM.7K. 0603.1W.1W. . 1% 14 OHM. 5% 4. 1% 10K. . 5% 22 OHM.1W.1W.1W. . 0603.1W. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W. . . 0603. 1% Part Number 191465-1002 191465-1002 199403-101 199403-101 199403-220 199403-101 199403-101 199403-220 199403-220 199403-2R0 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-1402 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-4320 191465-4320 199403-104 199403-104 191465-49R9 199403-103 199403-103 196042 196042 199403-331 199403-472 199403-472 199403-472 191465-4320 191465-1910 191465-4320 191465-1910 199403-472 199403-101 191465-1001 199403-101 191465-3320 191465-1331 191465-1331 191465-1002 191465-1002 Note 43 . 0603. 0603 JUMPER. 0603. . . 5% 14 OHM. . . 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM.1W. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 1% 3. 0603. . 1% 14 OHM. . 0603. 0603.1W. .1W.1W. 1% 432 OHM.1W.1W. 0603. 1% 10K. 5% 332 OHM. 0603. 0603.1W. .1W. 100mW 100 OHM. . 5% 4.1W. 1% 3. 5% 432 OHM. 100MW. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 100mW.1W. 1% 14 OHM. 1% 100 OHM. .1W. 0603. 1% 191 OHM.1W.7K.1W.1W.1W. 100mW. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 1% 14 OHM. . 0603.33K. 1% 432 OHM.0K.1W. 0603. . 5% 49. . . 0603.7K.24K. 1% 10K.1W.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 R342 R343 R344 R345 R346 R347 R348 R349 R350 R351 R352 R353 R354 R401 R402 R403 R404 Description 10K.1W. 1% 14 OHM. 1% 432 OHM. 5% 4. 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 100 OHM.24K.1W.0 OHM. .1W. 0603. 1% 10K.1W. . . 1% 3. 0603. 1% 100 OHM. 1% 1. . . . 5% 10K. 0603. 0603.1W. 0603. . 1% 14 OHM. 100MW.1W.24K. SMD. 5% 14 OHM.1W. . 0603. .1W. . 1% 1. 0603. .33K.9 OHM. . 1% 4. 0603.24K. 0603. .1W. . 0603.1W. . 1% 191 OHM.7K. 5% 1. 0603. . 100MW. 0603.1W. .1W.1W. 100MW. . 5% 22 OHM. 5% 100 OHM. 5% 2. 0603. .1W.1W. 5% 100K. 1% 100K. . 0603. 1% 100 OHM. . 5% JUMPER. 0603 330 OHM. . CHIP. . CHIP. 0603. 0603.1W. 0603.

. . SMD. 0. 1% 1. . 0603. 0603.1W. .Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R405 R406 R407 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R417 R418 R419 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R429 R430 R431 R432 R433 R434 R435 R436 R437 R438 R439 R440 R441 R501 R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R522 Description 100 OHM.1W.1W. 0603.1W. 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. .9 OHM. . . 0603. 5% 100 OHM.24K. 0. 5% 100 OHM.1W.24K. . 0603. 0603. . 5% 332 OHM. 1% 14 OHM.1W. 0603. 0603.1W. 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W.1W. . 5% 10K. 1% 100K. 5% 47K. .1W. 0603. 5% 75 OHM.1W.0K. 1% Part Number 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-2R0 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-1402 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-3241 191465-1402 191465-1402 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-104 199403-104 191465-49R9 199403-103 199403-103 196042 196042 199403-331 191465-1001 199403-101 191465-3320 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-222 199403-332 199403-473 199403-101 191465-9090 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1002 Note 44 . . 0603.1W. 0.1W. 1% 14 OHM. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 0603. 0. 1% 100 OHM.2K. 1% 14 OHM. . 0603. . 100mW 100 OHM. . 0603. 0603. 0. 0603. . 1% 10K.1W.24K. . . 5% 1.1W. 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 10K. 0603. 0603. . . CHIP. 5% 14 OHM. .1W. 0603. 1% 14 OHM. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W. . 0603.1W.1W. . . 0. 5% 100 OHM. 0603 330 OHM. . 0603.1W.24K.1W.1W.1W.1W. . 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 5% 75 OHM.1W. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W. .1W.0K. . 1% 14 OHM. 1% 100 OHM.1W. 1% 3. 1% 3. 5% 100 OHM.1W.1W. . 1% 1. . 5% 100 OHM.1W.1W. 5% JUMPER.1W.1W.1W. 5% 2. 5% 909 OHM. 5% 100 OHM.1W. 0603.1W. . 5% 3.3K. 1% 75 OHM. 5% 100K. 1% 100 OHM.1W.1W. 5% 75 OHM. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. . 1% 3.1W.0K.0 OHM. 5% 75 OHM. 1% 3. .1W. 0. 5% 75 OHM. .1W. 0. 5% 14 OHM. 0603. .1W. 1% 14 OHM. 5% 75 OHM.1W.1W.1W. . CHIP. 5% 49.1W. 5% 75 OHM. . 0603. . 0603.1W.1W. 5% 2. . . 0603. 0603. 0603. . . 0603. 0603 JUMPER. 0603.1W. 0603.

0K. 0603. 1% 10K.1W.1W. 5% 100 OHM. 0. 1% 10K.2K. 0603.1W. 0603. 5% 75 OHM.99K. 1% 100 OHM. 1% 107 OHM. 0603.1W. .1W.1W.1W.1W. 5% 249 OHM.1W. 0603. 0603. 1% 16. . 5% 100 OHM. 0603. . .1W.1W.1W. 0603. 1% 10K.1W. 5% 75 OHM. 1% 10K. . 0. 0. 5% 100 OHM. 0.1W. 5% 2.1W. 5% 4. 0603. 5% 1. 0. 1% 75 OHM.7K.1W. 0603. SMD. 0603. 1% 4. 0603. 5% 75 OHM. 1% 16. 0603. .1W. 0. 0603. 5% 1.1W.1W.1W. . 5% 1.1W.1W. .1W.1W.1W. 0.1W. 5% 22 OHM. . . . 5% 10K.1W.5K. 5% 75 OHM. . 0603. 100mW.1W. 0603.2K.1W. 0603. SMD. 0603. . 0603. . 100mW. 0603. 0603. . . . 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 22 OHM. 5% 75 OHM. 0603.1W.0K. 0603. . 0603.1W. 0. 0603. 1% 10K. 0603. .7K.0K. . 0.2K. 0603. 1% 100 OHM.1W. 0.1W. 0603. 5% 10K. . 1% 100 OHM.1W. 5% 75 OHM. 0603. 0603. 5% 2. 0603.1W.1W. . . . 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 0.1W.02K. 0603.1W. 0603. 0603.1W.1W. .1W. . 5% 75 OHM. 0603.1W. 0603. . 0603. 5% 100 OHM.1W.1W. 0603.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R523 R532 R533 R534 R601 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R615 R616 R617 R618 R623 R624 R627 R629 R630 R631 R632 R633 R634 R635 R701 R702 R703 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R718 R728 R729 R730 R732 R733 Description 10K. 5% 75 OHM. 0603. . 5% 75 OHM. . 0603.1W.1W. 1% 75 OHM. 0603.1W.1W.1W. . 0603. . 0. 5% 4.1W. 5% 75 OHM. 5% 100 OHM. . 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 5% 10K. . 1% 10K. 0. 5% Part Number 191465-1002 191465-1622 191465-1622 199403-101 199403-101 199403-103 191465-4021 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-202 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-750 199403-103 199403-472 199403-472 191465-1002 191465-1002 191465-1002 191465-4991 191465-1002 191465-1002 191465-1002 191465-4991 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 191465-1001 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 191465-2490 191465-1070 199403-103 199403-220 199403-220 199403-152 199403-101 191465-1001 199403-750 199403-750 199403-222 199403-103 Note 45 . 5% 4. 5% 75 OHM. . 0. 0603. 0603. 1% 4. 5% 75 OHM. 5% 100 OHM.99K. 0603. 5% 10K. .1W. . 0603. . 0603. 5% 100 OHM.

2K. 5% 10K. 0603. 1% 1. . .0K. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. 0603. .1W. .09 OHM. 0603. . . 0603. 5% 1. . 0603.1W. 1% 10K.1W.2K. .1W. 5% 100 OHM.1W.0K. . 0603. . .1W. 5% 1.1W. 0603.1W. . 0603. 0603. 5% 4. . 0603. 5% 100 OHM. 0603.7K. . . .1W. 1% 100 OHM. . 0603. 1% 100 OHM. 5% 1. . . . 1% 6. 0603. 0603. 0603.1W.1W. 5% 1.1W. 0603.1W. 1% 1.1W. 5% 100 OHM. . .5K. . 5% 10K. 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. .1W. .1W. 1% 9.7K. 5% 1K.1W.1W. 0603. 0603. 100mW. 0603. 0603. 5% 33 OHM.1W. 5% 100 OHM. 5% 4. 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 100 OHM.0K.1W. . 5% 33 OHM. 0603. 5% 100 OHM. . .1W. 5% 1.2K. .1W.1W. 1% 33. . 1% 1.1W. .04K. . . . 0603. 0603.1W.1W. 0603. 0603. . 0603.1W. 0603. 100mW.1W.8K.1W. 0603.1W. 5% Part Number 199403-103 191465-1001 199403-103 191465-1001 199403-105 199403-330 199403-330 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-103 199403-101 199403-103 199403-152 199403-472 199403-101 199403-101 191465-3322 191465-3322 191465-6041 191465-9091 191465-1002 191465-1822 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-101 199403-103 199403-182 199403-103 191465-1001 199403-103 191465-4990 191465-1001 199403-103 191465-1001 191465-1001 191465-1001 199403-101 199403-102 199403-472 Note 46 . .1W. 1% 18.0K. .1W. . 0603.0K. 5% 10K. 0603. .Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 R746 R748 R749 R750 R751 R752 R753 R754 R802 R803 R805 R806 R810 R811 R815 R819 R820 R821 R823 R824 R825 R826 R827 R829 R831 R832 R833 R834 R835 R1000 R1001 R1002 Description 10K.1W. 1% 10K. SMD.0K. 0603. 5% 1.1W. 1% 10K. 0603. 1% 1M.0K. 0603. .1W. .1W. 5% 100 OHM. 5% 33. 0603. 5% 100 OHM.1W. SMD.1W. 0603. 5% 499 OHM. .1W. 0603. 1% 10K. 0603. 5% 100 OHM.1W.1W. 5% 100 OHM.1W. 5% 10K. 0603.

0603.047uF. 0603. 5% 330pF. COG. 25V. 25V. 25V. 5% 330pF. EL. 10V. 50V. EL.047uF. COG. 0603. EL. 50V 180pF. COG. 0603. 5% . 5% . 25V. 0603. 50V 4.047uF. EL. COG. X7R. 20% 4.7uF. 85. 25V. 5% 330pF. 35V. X7R. COG. 50V . 5% 330pF. 0603.7uF.047uF. SMD. 0603.047uF. X7R. 20% 4. 0603. COG. 25V. 5% 1000pF. 5% . X7R. 50V .047uF. X7R. 0603. 50V. COG. 0603.047uF. 50V . 25V. 5% . 25V. 25V. 35V.047uF. 25V. 20% 4. 5% . 25V. 35V. 0603. 25V. COG. 25V. 0603. 16V. 50V. X7R.047uF. 0603. 25V. 25V. X7R. COG. 5% 2. SMD. 0603.047uF. SMD.047uF. 20% Part Number 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 260361-2253 196999-473 191470-102 196999-473 191470-102 196999-473 260361-2253 196999-473 191470-102 196999-473 191470-102 196999-473 191470-102 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 177902-100C 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 188454-101 196999-473 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-331 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V Note 47 . COG.7uF. 5% 180pF. 20% 4. 0603. 5% 330pF. X7R. 0603. 0603.047uF. X7R. 0603. COG. 5% 1000pF. 20% . 1206.7uF. 0603. COG. EL. 0603. 0603. COG. SMD. 85. X7R.047uF. 0603. X7R. 5% 1000pF. 20% 4. 50V 180pF. 50V. 5% 100pF. 50V . 0603. SMD.2uF. X7R. 5% . 35V. 0603.7uF. 25V. 25V. 0603. 85. 50V 180pF. 85. X7R. 5% 2. 5% 1000pF. 50V 180pF. 85. 0603. 25V. EL. 0603. 50V . 0603.2uF. 20% . 5% 330pF. 5% 330pF. 50V. 50V. 5% 330pF. COG. 50V. 50V 180pF. 5% . X7R.047uF. 5% . 5% .047uF. 85. 35V. 5% . 25V. COG. X7R. EL. X7R. SMD. 20% 4. 50V 180pF.7uF. 50V. COG. X7R. X7R. 0603. X7R. 50V 180pF.7uF. 0603. EL. 0603. 20% 4. 35V. X7R. 0603. 0603. 85. 20% . 0603. X7R. SMD. 5% 1000pF. X7R. 0603. 5% 10uF. 35V. 0603.047uF. EL.7uF. X7R. 10V. COG. SMD. 0603.047uF. 35V. 0603. X7R. X7R. 0603. 85. 0603. 0603. 5% . 0603. 50V. X7R.047uF.047uF.047uF. 25V. 85.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors) Reference Designator C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C107 C108 C109 C110 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 Description . X7R. 1206.

35V. 0603.047uF. EL. 25V.0uF. 50V . COG. 0603. 0603. 0603. 50V. 50V. X7R. EL. 85. SMD.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C227 C228 C229 C230 C231 C232 C233 C234 C239 C240 C241 C242 C243 C246 C247 C248 C249 C250 C251 C252 C253 C254 C302 C303 C305 C306 C307 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 Description 4. 5% . X7R. 50V. 50V 1000pF. 20% . EL. 0603. 0603. 85. X7R. X7R. COG. 20% 1000uF EL. SMD. X7R. 5% 220pF. 20% 22uF. 16V.047uF. 50V 1000pF.7uF. X7R. 0603. EL. X7R. 85. EL. 85. 5% 100pF. 0603. X7R. 0603. 25V. 5% 220pF. 50V . 25V. 25V. 20% 4. 5% . 85. 25V. 25V. EL. 0603. 85. 50V 1000pF. 0603. COG. 85. 5% 1.047uF. 0603. X7R. 50V. X7R. X7R. X7R.047uF. 50V. 5% 39pF. 20% 10uF. 0603. 5% 4. 85. 25V. 0603. 25V. 5% 1uF. 25V. 16V 1. 5% . 20%. 50V 100pF. 0603.047uF. 50V . 5% 1. 0603.0uF. COG. 16V 22uF. X7R. 0603.047uF. X7R. X7R.7uF. 35V. X7R. 0603. 25V. 35V. 85.047uF. 20%. 50V 10uF. X7R. EL. 85. 20% 4. X7R. 50V 2200pF. 0603. X7R. 0603. EL.7uF. 0603. 20% . 50V 1000uF EL. 20% 1. 5% 1000pF. 0603. X7R. 0603. 5% 1000pF. 20% 4.047uF. 50V. EL. SMD. 1206. COG. 85. 0603. 0603. X7R. 0603. X7R. EL. 25V. COG.047uF. 5% . 0603. COG.7uF. 85. 5% .047uF. SMD. 50V 1000pF. X7R. 35V. X7R. X7R. 85. 0603. EL.7uF. 20% 1000pF. 5% 220pF. 20% 1uF. 25V. 50V. X7R. EL. 1206. 85. 20% . 50V. X7R. 50V. 0603. 16V 39pF. 0603. 16V . 50V 1000pF.01uF. 1206.047uF. X7R. 1206. 50V 1000pF.0uF. 16V. X7R. 0603. 20% 2200pF. EL. 16V 1000pF. 50V 10uF. 50V . 85. 25V.047uF.01uF. 16V. 16V . 0603. 5% 1000pF. 5% 1uF. 5% Part Number 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 196999-473 191470-103 191470-103 196999-473 196999-473 177902-010H 177902-010H 177902-220C 177902-220C 196999-473 177902-010H 191470-222 191470-222 196999-473 191470-102 149948-102C 149948-102C 191470-102 188454-101 188454-101 191470-102 191470-102 191470-102 177902-100E 196999-473 191470-102 191470-102 177902-100C 177902-100C 196999-473 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 181998-105 196999-473 196999-473 181998-105 181998-105 188454-390 196999-473 196999-473 188454-390 181998-105 191470-102 191470-102 191470-102 191470-102 196999-473 188454-221 188454-221 188454-221 Note 48 . 0603. X7R. 35V.0uF. SMD. 50V. X7R. 16V. 0603.

X7R. 0603. 50V 390pF. 5% 1. 0603. X7R. 25V. COG. 0603. 0603.0uF. X7R.047uF. 85.047uF. X7R. 16V . X7R. 5% 1.0uF. 0603. 0603. 16V. 0603. 50V . 0603. 5% 220pF. SMD. 0603.047uF. 50V. 0603.01uF. 0603. X7R. X7R. 35V. 50V 1000pF. COG. 16V 1000pF. X7R. 25V. 50V . X7R. EL. 5% 4. 5% . 20%. 1206. 1206. 0603. 85. COG.047uF. 0603. 50V 1000pF.01uF. 0603. EL. 85. X7R. 50V 390pF. 50V Part Number 188454-221 177902-220C 177902-220C 196999-473 191470-222 191470-222 196999-473 191470-102 188454-391 188454-391 191470-152 191470-152 191470-102 191470-102 196999-473 177902-4R7V 177902-100C 177902-100C 181998-105 196999-473 196999-473 181998-105 181998-105 196999-473 196999-473 181998-105 191470-102 191470-102 191470-102 191470-102 196999-473 188454-221 188454-221 188454-221 188454-221 177902-220C 177902-220C 196999-473 196999-473 191470-222 191470-222 191470-102 188454-391 188454-391 177902-4R7V 191470-152 191470-152 196999-473 191470-103 191470-103 191470-103 191470-103 191470-103 Note 49 . 0603. 50V. 50V . EL. 50V 1500pF. 0603. 0603. 0603.047uF.01uF. 85.0uF. 25V. 50V . 0603. 16V 1. 0603. 16V . 1206. X7R. 0603. 0603. X7R. 20% 10uF. 0603. 50V. COG. X7R. 50V 390pF. 0603. 50V 2200pF. X7R. 25V. 20% 1500pF. X7R. COG. 0603. 50V. 0603. 50V 1000pF. 85. 0603. SMD. X7R. X7R.01uF. 0603. X7R. 5% . 5% 2200pF.047uF.7uF. 50V.047uF. 5% . 25V. X7R. 16V. 16V 22uF. 85. 25V. X7R.047uF. 0603. COG. 0603. 0603. EL. 25V. X7R. 5% 220pF. 50V 1000pF. 0603. 0603. 20% 10uF. 25V. 5% 2200pF. EL.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C330 C331 C332 C333 C334 C335 C336 C338 C339 C340 C341 C342 C343 C344 C405 C406 C408 C410 C412 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C420 C421 C422 C423 C424 C425 C426 C427 C428 C429 C430 C431 C432 C433 C434 C436 C437 C438 C439 C441 C442 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 Description 220pF. X7R. X7R. 50V 1000pF.047uF.047uF.01uF. X7R. 0603. 20%. 85. 5% 22uF. 20%. 0603. X7R. 50V . 16V 22uF. 25V. 5% 220pF. X7R.7uF. X7R. 50V . X7R. 50V 4. X7R. X7R. 50V . 50V 2200pF. 35V. 0603. 25V. 85. 5% 1000pF. 50V 1500pF. 0603. 16V . 50V 1500pF. X7R. 50V 390pF. X7R. COG. 0603. COG. 1206. 0603. EL. 50V . 0603. 50V 1000pF.047uF. X7R. 5% . COG. X7R. X7R.0uF. EL. 16V . 0603. 20% 1. 25V. 20%. X7R. 5% 220pF. EL. 5% 22uF.

EL. 25V. 50V . 20% . 0603. X7R. 16V. 0603. EL. 20% 10uF. 16V. 16V. 0603. 0603. 0603. 20% 10uF. 5% . 50V.047uF. 20%. 0603. Y5V.033uF. 25V. 85. 20% 10uF. 50V. 16V. 105. 50V. 0603. 85.047uF. 20%. 0603. X7R. 50V. EL. 0603. EL.047uF. 5% 22pF. SMD. X7R. EL. 5% .Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C507 C508 C509 C513 C515 C516 C517 C528 C529 C530 C531 C535 C536 C541 C542 C543 C544 C545 C546 C547 C548 C601 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C620 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C637 C638 C639 C640 Description . 0603. 5% . COG. 50V . 50V .047uF. 35V. 50V 1000pF. 5% . X7R. COG. X7R. EL. 5% . 0603. 0603. EL. TANT. 0603. X7R. EL. 5% Part Number 191470-103 191470-103 191470-103 196999-473 177902-010H 196999-333 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 177902-010H 177902-010H 196999-473 177902-010H 196999-473 177902-4R7V 177902-4R7V 188454-101 188454-101 191471-473 191471-473 177902-010H 177902-220C 196999-473 196999-473 188454-181 188454-181 188454-181 188454-220 188454-220 188454-220 188454-221 188454-221 188454-221 177902-100C 177902-100C 177902-100C 177902-100C 177902-100C 177902-100C 191470-103 255071-221C 177902-220C 177902-220C 255071-221C 177902-220C 255071-101E 196981-A107C1 191470-102 191470-102 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 Note 50 . COG. 0603. 85. 85. X7R. EL. 25V. 20% 22uF.047uF.01uF. 5% 22pF.047uF. 16V. EL. 50V. 25V. X7R. 16V. X7R. 50V. 0603.047uF. X7R. SMD. 50V. 10V. 0603. 5% 220pF. 20% 220uF. 20% 4. 25V. EL. EL. 5% 1uF. COG. 0603. 25V . COG. 16V. COG. X7R. 20% 100uF. SMD. 50V 22pF. 85. 5% 10uF. X7R. 105. X7R. COG. X7R. 20% 22uF. 16V.047uF. 5% . 85. 5% 4. 25V. 20% .047uF.047uF.01uF. 50V. 50V. 20% 10uF. 85. 16V . X7R. 0603.7uF. 50V . 50V 180pF. 16V. 50V. Y5V. 0603. X7R. 105. 16V. 85. 85. EL. 5% 1uF.01uF. 0603. 25V. 35V.7uF. 20% 1uF.047uF. 0603. 0603. COG. 5% 220pF. 85. 50V 220uF. 0603. EL. 0603. 25V. 50V 180pF. 5% 100pF. 5% . 20% 10uF. 20% .047uF. COG. 5% 1uF. 20% . 0603. 0603. 5% 220pF. 85. X7R. 0603. COG. 0603. 85. SMD. 50V. EL. X7R. 50V. 25V. 0603. 16V . EL. SMD. COG. 25V. 10% 1000pF. 16V 1uF. X7R. EL. 85. 20% 22uF. 85.01uF. 16V 100uF.047uF. 50V. 25V. 5% 180pF. 25V. EL. EL. 0603. 85. 0603. SMD. 20% 22uF. 85. 20% 100pF. 0603. 25V. 85.047uF. EL.

10% 0. X7R. X7R. X7R. COG. 1206. 5% 4.1uF. 1411. 0603. 0603. 0603. 5% 4. X7R.047uF. 25V. 5% 4. 25V. 0603. 5% . 5% 30pF. COG. 50V. X7R. 0603. 20% 100pF. 25V.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C641 C642 C643 C644 C645 C646 C647 C648 C649 C650 C651 C701 C702 C704 C705 C706 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C716 C717 C718 C719 C720 C721 C722 C723 C724 C725 C726 C727 C728 C729 C730 C733 C734 C735 C736 C737 C739 C740 C741 C742 C801 C803 C805 C806 C808 Description 1uF. 5% 100pF. X7R.047uF.047uF.047uF.2uF. 35V. TANT. 0603. 20% 1uF. X7R. 35V. 50V . 25V. 5% . X7R. 0603.7nF.047uF. 25V. X7R. 5% 390pF. 35V.7nF. 0603. 1411. X7R. 25V. 25V. 0603. 25V. 50V 1000pF. X7R. COG. 25V. 0603. 20% 1uF. 5% 4. X7R. 5% 2.047uF. 25V.047uF. X7R. 50V. 25V. 5% 4. 5% 4. 25V. 25V. 5% 100pF. X7R. X7R. 20% . 5% 100pF. 50V . 0603. 0603. 0603. 50V. 0603. 50V. EL. X7R.7nF. 10% 2200pF. X7R. X7R. 5% 1000pF. 0603. 0603. COG. X7R. 5% 390pF. COG. X7R.7nF. 5% 4.047uF. EL. 0603. 105. 25V. X7R. 1411. 50V. 0603. X7R. 0603. 0603. X7R. 25V. 20% 0. 20% 1uF. 35V. 50V. X7R. X7R. 5% 100pF.7nF. 5% . 1411. 0603. 0603.047uF.7nF. 25V. 0603. 5% 4. 0603. 0603.7nF.7nF. 25V. 5% . 0603. 0603. 5% 4. TANT. 50V Part Number 188588-105 188588-105 188588-105 188454-101 188454-101 188454-101 188454-101 188454-101 188454-101 188588-105 188588-105 196999-473 188454-391 188454-300 188454-391 196999-473 188454-300 188454-391 196999-473 196999-473 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-472 196999-473 191470-102 191470-102 196999-473 196999-473 188454-101 196999-473 196999-473 196999-473 260361-2253 258490-331B24H 258490-331B24H 133624 133624 191470-222 Note 51 . 50V. 50V 30pF.047uF. TANT. X7R. 1411. COG.7nF. 50V. 0603. X7R. X7R.7nF. 25V. 20% 330uF. 25V. 25V.7nF. TANT. 50V. 5% 4. 20% 330uF.7nF. 25V. COG. 105. 5% 4.7nF. 25V. X7R. 25V. 0603. 25V. 25V. COG. 5% 4. 5% 1uF.7nF. 5% 4.7nF. 35V. 0603. 5% 4. 5% 4. 0603. 50V. COG. 0603. X7R. 0603. 50V . 5% .7nF. X7R. 0603. COG. 0603. COG.7nF. TANT. 0603.7nF. 5% 4.1uF. 0603. X7R. X7R. 5% 4. X7R. 50V. 0603. 5% 100pF. 0603. 5% 100pF. 25V. 10V. 5% 4. 0603. 50V. 5% 390pF. 0603. 0603. 25V. 5% . 25V. 50V. 0603. 0805. 0805. COG.

9nF. SOD-123 SHOTTKY. SOD-123 BAV99. X7R. X7R. 25V. MMBD914LT1 BAV99. X7R. 0603. 5% . 50V. SOT23 Part Number 196984-002 196984-002 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 148582 147239 147239 147239 147239 180738 147239 147239 147239 147239 Note 52 . 20% 1000uF. 20%. 1812. EL. X7R. 0603. 25V. SOT-23. 10%. 50V. 25V. 105.047uF. 50V. SOT23 BAV99. 0603. 105. 5% . 25V 680pF. 10% .047uF. 0603. 0805. EL. EL. BAW56 BAV99. 0603. 0805. 25V. 1812. 20% . 50V. X7R.47uF.047uF. SOT23 BAV99. BAT42W. 20% 820pF. X7R.047uF. 50V 3. 50V. 5% . 25V. 0603. 10%. 105. 5% . 10V. X7R. 25V.047uF. X7R. 85. 0603. SOT23 BAV99.47uF. SOT23 BAV99. 1812. 5% 22uF. X7R. X7R. 50V. 0805. SOT23 BAV99. 0603.047uF. 0603. 50V . 25V . 50V 0.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C809 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C819 C820 C821 C822 C824 C828 C832 C837 C838 C839 C840 C841 C842 C843 C844 C845 C846 C847 C848 C849 C1001 Description 2200pF. X7R. 50V 0.1uF. 10% . 0805. X7R. 10% . 20% . 1812. SOT23 BAV99. 16V Part Number 191470-222 196999-473 181264-104 196999-473 181264-104 191470-681 258418-4743 191470-821 258418-4743 258418-4743 258418-4743 258490-102B25E 258490-102B25E 196999-473 196999-473 256772-331A 133623-473 133623-473 133623-473 133623-473 196999-473 196999-473 133623-473 133623-473 191470-681 196999-392 177902-220C Note (Diodes) Reference Designator D1 D2 D7 D8 D100 D101 D102 D103 D104 D105 D201 D202 D203 D204 D205 D206 D207 D208 D301 D302 Description SHOTTKY. SOT23 SOT. 50V. 25V. SOT23 BAV99. 50V. 10% . X7R. 5% . 0805. SOT23 BAV99. X7R. 25V.047uF.047uF.047uF. X7R. X7R. X7R. 10% . BAT42W. 20% 0. EL. 20% 1000uF. 25V. X7R. 0603. X7R. SOT23 BAV99. X7R. X7R. 10% 680pF.047uF. SOT23 BAV99. 0805. SOT23 BAV99.47uF. 5% 330uF.047uF.47uF. 50V. 0805. X7R. X7R. SMD. 20% 0. SOT23 BAV99.1uF. SOT23 BAV99. 0603.047uF. SOT23 DUAL. 0805. 50V.

SOT23 BAV99. SOT. ZENER. IR EMITTING 56107. SOT. SOT.6V. IR EMITTING 56107. SOT. 2. 2SC4695 PNP. IR EMITTING 56107. SOT23 BAV99. 47K PNP. 225 mW BAV99. SOT23 BAV99. SOT. SOT23 BAV99. SMB BAV99. SOT23 BAV99.6V. 5.2K 2SA1521. SOT. SOT. SOT23 BAV99. SOT23 BAV99. 47K PNP. 2SC4695 NPN. BAW56 SB560 SCHOTTKY. 225 mW BAV99. 2SC4695 NPN. SOT23 BAV99. SOT. SOT23 BAV99. BAT42W. 3A. SOT. 47K SOT-23 NPN. SOT23 BAV99. SOT.2K NPN. SOT. SOT-23. SOT23 56107. SOT. SOT. 2. 2SC4695 PNP. 47K NPN. ZENER. SOT. P. P.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Diodes continued) Reference Designator D304 D305 D306 D401 D402 D403 D501 D502 D503 D504 D601 D602 D603 D604 D605 D606 D703 D704 D705 D706 D707 D801 D803 D1000 D1002 D1003 D1004 D1005 Description 1N5232. SOT23 BAV99. 47K PNP. 47K NPN. SOT. 47K NPN. SOT23 BAV99. SOT23 1N5232. IR EMITTING Part Number 135247-5232 147239 135247-5232 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 147239 196984-002 180738 254110-005 193847-001 147239 256733-002 256733-002 256733-002 256733-002 Note (Transistors) Reference Designator Q101 Q103 Q105 Q106 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q206 Q207 Q210 Q211 Q212 Q213 Q214 Q300 Q301 Q302 Description SOT-23 2SA1521. 47K Part Number 260354-001 180789 180789 146817 146817 260354-001 146817 260354-001 148770 148770 146818 146817 146817 146818 146818 146818 148770 148770 146818 Note 53 . SOT23 BAV99. 5. 47K SOT-23 NPN. 40V. 47K NPN. SOD-123 DUAL. SOT23 BAV99. SOT23 BAV99. SOT23 SHOTTKY. SOT.

SOIC RECEIVER. 3.3V AUDIO MATRIX.3V. DUAL. SOT.5A. CS4340-KS OPAMP. DUAL. 74LCX157 ENCODER.3V. 3. SMPS VOLT REG. 47K NPN. SSOP28 QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX.0V. SOT. SO28 DAC.) SDRAM. MMBT3904 NPN. DIG. 16M. SOIC QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX. SINGLE SUPPLY QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX. 47K SOT-23 SOT-23 NPN. 200MA.5A. DIG. SOT. DIG. SOT. 15V. QFP44 (BOS3) VOLT REG. 2MX32. 2-IN. SOT-23 PNP. SOT-23 NPN. 90NS (not prog. 3-5V. BINARY. 1. SINGLE SUPPLY XMITTER.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Transistors continued) Reference Designator Q303 Q304 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q703 Q705 Q706 Q801 Q802 Q803 Q804 Q805 Q1000 Description NPN. SOIC QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX. SOT-89 Part Number 254107-001 Not available 254182-080 177984-2 256087-001 256740-001 256741-001 260377-001 254153-001 260377-001 256740-001 254163-001 260377-001 254153-001 260377-001 256740-001 254163-001 254193-001 260377-001 256087-001 256740-001 260377-001 256088-001 260344-001 254181-001 254181-001 258464-001 191158-06 256143-004 193846-001 193846-001 256115-001 258495-001 258430-W8R0 Note 54 . 74LCX157 CODEC AUDIO. DUAL. 2SC4695 NPN. SSOP16 DUAL VIDEO AMP. HI CURRENT QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX. 3-5V. MAX809. 3. SMPS COUNTER. POS. SSOP-8 INVERTER. SOT. SOT. CS4955-CQ VIDEO SW. CS4224. 2. 74VCHU04 RESET. CS98000 FLASH. LDO VOLT REG. SPDIF. MMBT3906 NPN.0A. CS8405A. CS4340-KS OPAMP. CS4224. DUAL. POS. SINGLE SUPPLY OPAMP. SSOP-8 DUAL VIDEOA MP. 74LCX157 CODEC AUDIO. 74LCX157 OPAMP. 3. 5V. TSSOP. KS88C01532. SOT. 200MA. 2. 96KHZ. SOT. 8-BIT VOLT REG. 3-CH. SINGLE SUPPLY XMITTER. 96KHZ. SOT-23. 8. VIDEO. MMBT3904 NPN. 74LCX157 DAC. 74LCX157 OPAMP.63V IRCODE. 3. CS8415A. 3. 2SC4695 NPN. 47K IR RECEIVER MODULE Part Number 148770 148770 146817 146819 146819 146817 260354-001 260354-001 254111-001 148596 146817 254111-001 146817 256780-001 Note (Integrated Circuits continued) Reference Designator U1 U2 U3 U201 U202 U204 U205 U302 U303 U304 U305 U306 U402 U403 U404 U405 U406 U501 U502 U503 U504 U505 U601 U602 U603 U604 U701 U703 U704 U802 U803 U805 U806 VR1 Description DVD DECODER. SOT. 64MBIT.5V. 15V. 47K NPN. SSOP28 QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX.3V. DUAL. CS8405A.

8uH.8uH. 40 PIN CONN. 1806 BEAD. OPTICAL. HEADER. DUAL. 30P. +/-50PPM. JF J1000 CONNECTOR. JACK. EH CONN. STEREO CONN. PULSE TRANSFORMER. JF J2001 CONN. CERAMIC 1812. CERAMIC 1812. 0805 400 OHM. HC-49U Part Number 191446-8R00 188587-401 188587-401 256116-181 256116-181 Note 3 3 256114-04 253356-T30 148591-10 148591-05 256105-001 148591-04 256106-001 OR 256106-002 148591-04 178355 258421-001 256107-002 258420-001 268897-001 148583 256114-04 187598-220 178370-101 178370-101 263452-1R8J 263452-1R8J 263452-1R8J 178370-100 131297 196676 254185-001 254185-001 254185-001 197225 256102-002 55 . DUAL. DIN. HEADER. TOP-ENTRY. HC49S. 4 POS CONN. COMMON MODE 100uH. CERAMIC 1812. LEM4532 100uH 90 OHM TRANSFORMER. FERRITE. 8 MHZ 400 OHM. RTANG. CHIP. OPTICAL. DUAL. PCB MNT. HEADER. CER. 0805 BEAD. LEM4532 1. LEM4532 100uH. SMT. SMT CONN. DIN. 27MHZ. 5% 1. 5 POS CONNECTOR. HEADER. CHIP. RCA STACK CONN. EH 22uH. 10 POS CONN.2896 MHZ. SMD XTAL.Main PCB 260318-0 Electrical Part List (Miscellaneous) Reference Designator CR701 FB301 FB401 FB701 FB702 J1000 J101 J102 J103 J104 J106 J201 J213 J301 J501 J601 J701 J704 J2000 J2001 L100 L2000 L2001 L602 L603 L604 L605 L802 L804 T301 T401 T701 Y301 Y700 Description RESNTR. W/INTGRTD CAPS. 9P CONNECTOR. CHIP.8uH. JACK. PULSE TRANSFORMER. 11. CHIP. 4 POS CONNECTOR. HEADER. HEADER. HEADER. HEADER. 8 POS CONNECTOR. SMT. W/FLANGE CONNECTOR. 5% 10uH. PULSE CRYSTAL. FERRITE. 5% 1. SMT. HEAD PHONE. 1806 CONNECTOR. 4 POS. RTANG.

. 5% 100 OHM. 0603. . . 1/10W.1W. 0603. .62K.1W. 0603. 5% 1K.1W. 0603.Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List (Resistors) Reference Designator R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R134 R135 R136 R137 R138 R139 R140 R141 R142 R145 R146 R148 R149 R150 R151 R159 R161 R163 R164 R169 R201 R202 R203 Description 1K. 0603. 0603. 0603. 1% 3. 0603. 5% 4. 1% 5. 1% 2. 0603.1W. 0603.1W.1W. 100mW 1K. 5% 5. .32K. 5% 10K. 1% 3.1W.1W. .1W.75K. . 5% 4.1W.1W. 0603. 1% 3. 0603. 5% 1K. 100mW. 1% 22 OHM. 100mW 51K.1W.1W. 0603.1W.1W.1K. 0603. 1% 5. 1% 100 OHM. 5% 150 OHM. 100mW. . . 0603.1W.1W. 5% 68. . .1W. .1W.1W. 0603.1W. 5% 1 OHM. 5% 120 OHM.1W. 100mW 470 OHM. 0805.21K. 1% 1. 1% 2.32K.7K. .1W.1W. 5% 10K. 5% 47 OHM. 0603. 0603.1W. 0603. 0603.1W.8K. . 100mW.1W.1W. 1% 51 OHM. 0603.7K.1W. 0603. 0603.1W. .1W. 1% 17. . 0603. 0603. . 0603.01K. 0603. . 5% 10K. 0603. 5% 4. 0603.1W. . . 0603.21K.7K. 1% 3. 100mW. 1% 499 OHM. 0603. 5% 10K. . 0603.18K. 0603. 0603.1W. . 0603. . 1% 4.01K. 0603. . SMD. 1% 4. 1% 51 OHM. 0. 1% 330 OHM. 5% 4. . 5% Part Number 199403-102 199403-121 199403-151 199403-104 199403-473 191465-2321 191465-4990 191465-3011 191465-2321 191465-3300 191465-1181 199403-220 191465-4751 191465-1000 191465-1782 199403-510 191465-2321 191465-3011 199403-512 199403-512 199403-510 191465-1302 191465-1782 191465-3321 191465-3321 191465-2211 191465-2211 191465-4751 191465-5621 191465-5621 199403-103 199403-103 199403-103 199403-513 199403-513 199403-102 199403-102 199403-102 199403-103 199403-101 191465-4751 191465-2002 199403-510 191465-6812 191465-4751 191465-3011 199403-472 199403-472 133626-1R05 199403-103 199403-472 199403-470 199403-471 Note 56 . 5% 13K. 0603. .8K. 0603. 1% 2. 5% 2. .32K. 5% 2. . 1% 4. 5% 51K. 1% 3. . 0603.1W.0K.62K.1W. 0603.1W. 0603.1W. 0603. . 0603. 0603. . 5% 47K. 5% 100K.32K.75K. 5% 51 OHM. 0603. 1% 10K. 1% 20. 0603.75K. SMD. . SMD. 0603.32K. . . 0603. . 100mW. . . . 1% 5.1W. .1W. . 1% 17. 0603.1K. 0.1W.1W.01K.75K.1W.1W. 0603. 100MW.1K. 0603. . 0603.

100mW 1K. 0805. . X7R. 85.74K. 16V.1W. 0603.21K.1W. 0603. 1% 200K. 0805. 5% 4.047uF.1W. . 0603. 0603. 50V. 0603. 0603.1W. 5% 10K. . 0603.1W.1W. 10% 2. . 1% 3. . .1W.047uF. 0603. 0603. 0603. . 85. 5% 33. SMD. 1% 10K. 10% Part Number 133622-100 133623-473 133623-473 133623-473 188454-9R1 133623-473 149947-2R2H 133623-473 133623-473 149947-470C 133623-473 Note 57 . 10% . 0603.81K. 50V. 50V.2K. 10% . 1% 200K. . X7R. 20% .32K. 2010. 0603. 1% 2.1W. 5% 1K.1W. X7R. 50V. 0603.21K.1W. 0805. . 5% 100K. 10% 9.1K.1W. 0603. X7R. 0603.1W.62 OHM.047uF. . 0603. 0603. 5% 100K. . 0603. 5% . . SMD. 5% 5.Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List (Resistors continued) Reference Designator R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R301 R302 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 Description 430 OHM.1W. 0603. 50V . 1% 6.047uF. 0603. X7R. X7R.1W.1W. 10% 47uF. 100mW. . SMD.1W. 0805. 5% 1 OHM. 5% 100K. 1% 10K. COG. 50V. 0603. . 0603. 0805. . 0603.1W. 50V. 0603. . 5% 100K. .5K. 0603. . 0805. 1/2W.1W. 0603. COG. 0603. 0.047uF. 50V. 5% 3. . .1W.1W. . 0603. 100mW.1W.1W. 0603.1W. 0805. 20% . 5% Part Number 199403-431 199403-102 191465-6812 191465-6811 199403-912 199403-103 199403-104 199403-105 199403-472 199403-472 191465-5R62 199403-103 199403-152 191465-3481 199403-621 191465-3322 191465-1302 191465-1002 191465-3741 191465-2211 191465-3321 191465-2003 199403-104 199403-104 191465-3321 191465-2211 191465-2003 199403-104 199403-104 199403-513 199403-103 199403-104 199403-102 199403-104 187608-1R05 199403-102 Note (Capacitors) Reference Designator C102 C103 C105 C106 C107 C108 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 Description 10pF.7K. . . 0603. 50V.1W. X7R. 10% . 5% 1M.1W. 0603. 0603.1W. 5% 100K. .1W. 5% 51K. 0603. . 50V. 5% 1K.047uF. 1% 100K. 1% 2.1W. 0603.1K. 1% 620 OHM. 5% 3. 1% 13K.1W.2uF.1pF. . 1% 3. 1% 9.32K. .7K. EL.1W. 0603. 5% 68. 0805. 1% 100K. 0603.48K.1W. 100mW 10K. . 5% 1. 5% 4.047uF. . EL. .

047uF. 5%. 16V. 50V. X7R. EL. COG. 50V. 85. X7R.47uF. EL. EL. 50V 4700pF. EL. COG. COG. 20% 10uF. 0603. 50V. 50V. 0603. 50V. 20% 560pF. 0603. X7R. X7R.01uF. X7R. 85. 20% . 0603. 5% 1000pF. 50V. 85. 50V 390pF. EL.3uF. COG. 25V . 50V 68pF. 10% 68pF. X7R. 50V 180pF. 0603. X7R.27uF. 50V. 16V. 0603. 50V. 0603. 0603. 50V 33pF. 20% 10uF. COG. 5% 6. 16V. COG. 50V 390uF.047uF. 0603.01uF. 50V 180pF.0uF.01uF. 85. 25V. 10% . 50V. EL. 50V. COG. COG.047uF. 25V.2uF. 20% 22uF. X7R. 20%. 85. 50V 1000pF. 25V. 0603.047uF. 85. 1206. 50V 560pF. 1206. 5% 33pF. X7R. 0603. 50V. 5% 1000pF. 16V.047uF. 85. 85. 10% 3. 0603. 50V. 50V 47uF. 85. EL. COG. 0603. X7R. 50V 39pF. 10% 47uF. X7R. 50V . COG. EL. X7R. X7R. X7R.8pF. 0603. 50V 1000pF. 0603. EL. COG. 0603. 0603. 0805. 50V. X7R. X7R. 20% 1. 50V. 20% . 0603. X7R. 50V. EL. X7R. 0603. 50V . 50V. EL. X7R. 50V 4700pF. 85.01uF. 0603. 0603. 20% 2. 5% 1000pF. 85. 0805. 10% .47uF. 0603. X7R.0uF. 50V . 5% 1. 0603. X7R. EL. 85. X7R.Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C125 C126 C127 C128 C129 C130 C131 C132 C133 C141 C142 C143 C144 C145 C146 C148 C149 C150 C151 C152 C201 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C301 C302 Description . 85. 10% 1000pF. 0805. 16V. 50V 10uF. COG. 50V. 16V. 0603. 5% 180pF. 0603. BP. 5% . 20% . 0805.0uF. 5% . 50V.047uF. 50V 33pF. 0603. 50V. COG. 50V 100uF. EL.047uF. 50V 1000pF. COG. 0603. 10% Part Number 181998-274 149947-470E 149947-1R0H 133622-181 149947-1R0H 149947-1R0H 149947-R47H 149947-220E 191470-561 149948-470E 191470-103 149947-100C 149947-100C 149947-100C 133623-473 149947-3R3H 133623-473 133623-473 188454-101 188454-330 191470-102 188454-330 133623-473 191470-103 191470-102 149947-101C 147522-2R2 196999-473 133623-473 188454-680 191470-103 188454-680 188454-181 191470-103 191470-472 191470-472 188454-390 191470-102 191470-102 181998-474 191470-102 188454-391 188454-391 188454-330 188454-6R8 191470-102 191470-561 188454-181 191470-102 188454-181 258490-391B25H 133623-473 Note 58 . 20% 180pF. 20% . 50V. 0603. EL. 20% . 0805. 0805. X7R. 85. 50V 390pF. 20% 1. 0603. 50V. X7R. 10% 100pF. 0805.

10uF. 50V. SOT. X7R.047uF. 1.33uF. SOT-223 NPN.047uF. 3A. 10% . MMBD914LT1 BAV99. 50V. 5% 1000pF. X7R. 50V. 5% 470pF. SOT-23 JFET. EL. 10% . 47K NPN. 5% 330pF. 50V. 5% 1800pF. 5% 150pF. 0603. 0603. 0603. BAV70 SOT-23. 50V. 20% . X7R. BAV70 Part Number 148582 147239 193847-001 147249 147249 Note (Transistors) Reference Designator Q101 Q102 Q103 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q206 Q207 Q208 Q209 Description PNP. 25V. X7R. SOT. 40V. 47K BPLR. 85. 10% 10uF. 16V. MMBT3904 JFET. TO-92 NPN. 30mA. 0603. 20mA. 5% 10uF. 0805. 105. 2SC2814 NPN. TO-92 PNP. 16V. 16V. N. X7R. 50V 0. 50V . SOT. 50V.3W. X7R.047uF. 20% . 50V. COG. 50V. SMB SOT-23. 85. 0603. EL. X7R. X7R. X7R. 47K Part Number 146818 187601-001 148590-E 146818 148781-4 146817 148596 258416-001 146817 146819 147561-3 146817 Note 59 . 0603. 1812. SOT23 SCHOTTKY. 10mA. 1812. X7R. 0603. SOT. EL.Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List (Capacitors continued) Reference Designator C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C310 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 Description 2200pF. 50V. 50V. BOX. SOT. 20% 1000uF. X7R. 5% 0.47uF. COG. 0805. 0805. 50V. COG. 47K PNP. 40V. 16V. 0603. 50V. SOT. 0805.022uF. 0805. 0603. 20%.1uF. SOT. X7R. N. 50V.47uF. 50V.047uF. 47K NPN. N. MMBT3906 NPN. 10% . 10% . 85. X7R. 0603. 0603. 20% 470pF.047uF. 5% Part Number 191470-222 133623-473 258498-104 258418-4743 191470-471 258418-4743 258490-102B25E 133624 149947-100C 133623-473 133623-473 133623-473 133623-473 137127-334 188454-331 260345-102 188454-471 149947-100C 196999-223 258498-563 188454-151 191470-182 260345-102 Note (Diodes) Reference Designator D202 D203 D301 D302 D303 Description SOT. 10% 0. SOT. 50V. 20V. 25V 0. 25V 0.056uF. 10% 1000pF. 0805. X7R.

TOP-ENTRY. STEREO MPX. 40A 10uH.2MHz. 5% 1. 20% 330uH. 27. LM393 VOLT REG. NJM3403AM Part Number 254561-001 260347-001 148584 193846-001 178352-10 194024 Note (Miscellaneous) Reference Designator CF101 CF102 FB1 FM-TNR101 J101 J102 J103 J104 J105 L101 L201 L202 L203 L204 L205 L301 L302 L303 L304 RR201 RT1 SHLD-TNR T101 T102 T103 T104 T105 Y102 Y201 Description FILTER. AX ON ALR. LEM4532 100nH. 20% 220nH. MFP-30S PLL FREQSYNTH. 1806 TUNER. BAND PASS. 20% 100uH 330uH. AM-IF. 50PPM CRYSTAL. SMT. 20% 22uH.145MHZ. FGD BEAD. SHIELDED. 2. CER. SO-8. 10V.5MM CONNNECTOR. QUARTZ. SERIAL 1000uH. FM. FGD FILTER. REG. 0603.3V.Tuner PCB 260322-1 Electrical Part List (Integrated Circuits) Reference Designator U101 U103 U104 U301 U302 U303 Description AM/FM TUNER. 30P. FM. 2. FENCE MODULE. CONN. 5% 1. FRONT END FILTER. 27. HEADER.5A SHIELD. SMD. SINGLE TUNED CRYSTAL. QUINTIPLE TUNED COIL. 3. CHIP. AM ANTENNA. RF REMOTE. LC72144M DUALCOMPARITOR.0uH. STEREO MPX.5A.0uH. CURRENT. FM DISCRIMINATOR FILTER. 3. US CONN. 0805. SMD. BAND PASS. SMD. COMMON MODE RECEIVER. AM. SMD. POS OPAMP. CER. QUAD. FERRITE. FUNDAMENTAL Part Number 253037-002 253037-001 256116-181 258513-001 179266 258434-001 253356-T30 256763-001 178356 260363-102 178370-100 191488-101J 173273-1R0 191469-221J 173273-1R0 131297 178336-331J 178336-331J 187598-220 258376-001 258500-001 256743 195359 254114-001 254564-001 147236 147236 147223 260353-001 Note 3 3 60 . TUNING. SINGLE TUNED FILTER. 7. SMPS VOLT. SMT CONN. DC POWER JACK CONN.145MHZ LIMITER.

the AV28 media center is packaged with. Console Packaging 61 . 1 2 Figure 4. Refer to the particular system’s powered bass module service manual for further packaging items. powered bass module. EPS REMOTE CONTROL. These items will differ depending upon the system. TOP. EPS PACKING. RC28 Part Number 258467 258468 256119-001 Qty 1 1 Note - Note: The AV28 media center is packaged with a powered bass module along with the system accessories. BOTTOM.Head Unit Packaging Part List Item Number 1 2 Packed with bass module Description PACKING.

DVD Player Rear Panel Figure 6. The measured laser current value should be ± 20% of the printed current rating on the pickup head (PU). Measure and record the voltage at the points 5V and L5V referenced to the ground shown in figure 6. Refer to figure 6 for the location of the laser current rating. 62 .Laser Current Measurement Digital Audio Analog Audio Mode Select ATAPI Interface Power Supply Headers Connector Connector (4P) Connector Connector DIGITAL GND R L OUT GND CSEL SLAVE MASTER 1 GND +12V +5V Figure 5. PU.. If the value is out of range.20PU < LC <PU + . Insert a DVD when measuring the DVD laser current and a CD when measuring the CD laser current. 4. replace the DVD/CD assembly. Subtract L5V from 5V (5V-L5V) and record the laser voltage (LmV). and the lens has been cleaned. Laser Current Measurement Point Laser Current Measurement 1.20PU. LmV/1 Ohm equals laser current (LC). Turn on the media center and insert a disc. 2. 3.

CS98000. DVD Decoder: Pin Function Table 63 .Integrated Circuit Diagrams U1.

DAC. 90NS U3. 16M. CS4340-KS.3V TSSOP. S028 U202. 64MBIT. 2MX32. 96 kHz. FLASH.3V U201. 3. U503. SDRAM.Integrated Circuit Diagrams Signal Names A0-A19 DQ0-DQ7 DQ8-DQ14 DQ15A-1 E G W RP RB BYTE VCC VSS NC Adress Inputs Data Inputs/Outputs Data Inputs/Outputs Data Input/Output or Address Input Chip Enable Output Enable Write Enable Reset/Block Temporary Unprotect Ready/Busy Output Byte/Word Organization Select Supply Voltage Ground Not Connected Internally U2. 3. 3-5V 64 . AUDIO MATRIX.

U502. CS8415A. U505 Truth Table 74LCX157. U304. DUAL. XMITTER. U402. CODEC AUDIO. SOIC 65 . OP AMP. SINGLE SUPPLY U205. DIG. U305. SOIC U501. U406 CS8405A. CS4224. U403.Integrated Circuit Diagrams U204. SS0P28 U306. RECEIVER. SPDIF. U405. QUAD 2 CHANNEL MUX U303. U404. U504 OP AMP. HI CURRENT Inputs ___ ST Select H X L L L L L H L H X = Don't care Output A X L H X X B X X X L H Y L L H L H U302. DUAL.

INVERTER. SSOP16 A L H O H L U603.Integrated Circuit Diagrams U601. U803 VOLT REG. VIDEO SW. SMPS 66 . DIG U602.3V. U802. U604. 3-CH. CS4955-CQ. 3. 5V U301. DUAL VIDEO AMP. SSOP-8 U701 Truth Table 74VCHU04. 2-IN. VIDEO. ENCODER. 3.5A.

KS88C01532. IR CODE.Integrated Circuit Diagrams U704. QFP44 Pin Function Table 67 .

4 down. the system remains off. Moving other switches may cause the remote to not control the media center.8 Using the remote.4) Figure 7. ball point pen.Changing House Codes 1. 1. turn the AV28 media center on and then off. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 House code switches (1 . This will complete the process of storing the new house code. Use a paper clip. or 4 by moving them in the opposite direction from their current settings.7 Release the Store key. 3 up.3 Replace the battery cover. 1.5 Press and hold the Store key. 2.2 Change the position of the switches 1. 2 down.6 While holding the Store key. HOUSE CODE: ! ! !!!! Current house code = 1010 (Switches 1 up.4 Lift the media center door and press the All Off button.) 1. 1. 3. Changing the house code settings. The display will change to show the new house code confirming recognition of the new code. House Code Settings 68 . press any key on the remote control. 4 down.) 1. If commands given from a remote conflict with those of another nearby media center. 1. 1. the house code for the media center can be changed as follows. HOUSE CODE: !!!! Current house code = 0000 (Switches 1 . The current house code will appear in the media center display in the form of four rectangles which represent the positions of switches 1 through 4. or similar object. Note: Do not change any other switch settings.1 Open the remote control battery cover and locate the miniature switches. 1.

Zone 2 Remote Control Switch Setting 69 . Tape or Aux) to two different listening zones at the same time. Setting up a second listening zone.2 Set switches 5 and 6 as shown in the table below. the switches on the customer’s existing remote can be changed to control the Zone 2 functions. 1. AM/FM tuner. 1. but then will have to be changed back to control the Zone 1 functions.Zone 2 Operation 1.1 Open the remote control battery cover and locate the miniature web site for compatible speakers.6) Controlled Zone Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone1 and 2 5 Down Up Up 6 Up Down Up Figure 8. A second Lifestyle® system remote control is needed to operate the Zone 2 functions.bose. If the house code for the AV28 media center has been set for the customer’s other remote. A compatible Bose® powered speaker system or an existing stereo system (special adaptor needed) can be connected to the zone 2 speaker connector. The AV28 Media center can direct sound from one or two sources (such as CD. 1.4 Replace the battery cover. Or. 1. Refer to the www.3 Make sure the house code switches match those of the customer’s other remote. it is not necessary to reprogram it to match the second Zone 2 remote control. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Zone code switches (5 .

while pressing “Store” and “Enter”. At this point. Refer the “Changing House Codes” section of this manual. 1. At this point. the following features are active as long as the “Store” key is held down. and the result or results are shown on each subsequent press of “Eject. toggling “Eject” will move forward through the list of tests.” 70 . NTC-7 Video Test Pattern: Press “Store” and “Enter” until the software revision is shown. pressing “Erase” will toggle the NTC-7 video test pattern on and off. Each subsequent press cycles through these seven messages. press “Store” and then toggle “Enter” until the tuner board type is shown. You do not need to leave your fingers on the buttons to keep generating the pattern. The fifth press reveals the DVD region code. Each test is shown on the VFD display. 4. The first press of “Enter” reveals the software version string. The sixth press reveals the tuner board type. The seventh press reveals the UEI IR blaster code revision string. The second press reveals the serial number. Self Tests: To see the results of the self tests. The third and fourth press reveals information about Zone connections. House Code: Pressing “Store” allows you to set the product’s house code for the RF remote. 3. 2.Console-Key Special Function Features With the system off and powered applied. Releasing the “Store” key cancels the mode unless otherwise noted. Software Revision: Pressing “Store” and “Enter” brings up a new set of information screens.

REV 06 ECN 33186 39 + 54 REV 06 . FROM 264354-001 TO 266280-001 Change DVD drive from 1612 1712.REV 09 ECN 36455 CHANGE DVD DRIVE .1802 .REV 02 Driven by ECN 31418 Part(s) Effected Changes RCA connector block From 256106-001 to 256106-002 DVD mech part number change Main PCB 267027-0 changed to 268454-0 (SLAB) no compaitibility issue Page(s) Effected 55 39 39 REV 02 .B10 39 REV 08 .REV 04 ECN32511 J704 from 256742-001 to 268897-001 REV 04 .REV 03 REV 03 .REV 01 8-02 REV 01 .Revision REV 00 .REV 07 Change DVD drive. B08 . Change U704 to BOS3 39 REV 05 .REV 05 SAP CHANGE COVER.

Lifestyle® Model AV28 Media Center ©2005 Bose Corporation Service Manual Part Number 264563 .

Specifications and Features Subject to Change Without Notice Bose Corporation The Mountain Framingham Massachusetts USA 01701 P/N 264563 .bose. 10 11/05 (H) http://serviceops.

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