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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION
FIX CHASSIS

KDL-40XBR2 RM-YD010 US/CANADA

KDL-46XBR2 RM-YD010 US/CANADA

ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 7/2006

☛ :UPDATED ITEM

REVISION DATE SUBJECT

7/2006 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.


8/2006 Updated HDMI specification to include 1080p. Replaced page 4 with page 4.
Added screw symbol information to 1-1. Rear Cabinet Removal. Replaced page 12 with page 12.
Identified AC Inlet as critical component. Replaced page 107 with page 107.
Added part numbers for individual D2 and D3 boards. Replaced page 108 with page 108.
Updated line art drawing to show separate bezel assembly. Replaced page 110 with page 110.
Replaced D2/D3 electrical parts list with D2 and D3 electrical part lists.
Replaced pages 155-162 with pages 155-162
Identified AC Power Cord as critical component. Added part numbers for Colored Bezels.
Replaced page 170 with page 170 & 171.
10/2006 Updated Table of Contents. Replaced page 3
Added PN for 2nd LVDS Connector and screw. Replaced page 107.
Updated Encryption Key notes. Replaced pages 50, 62-74, 108, 111, 128, 170 & 171.
Added Support Belt description to Lock Assy, Rudder.
Added APPENDIX A: ENCRYPTION KEY COMPONENTS to service manual. Added page A-1
4/2007 Corrected Self Diagnostic list. Replace page 11 with page 11.
Added PN for Ornamental Frames, removed IR Assembly part information.
Replaced page 110 with page 110.
9/2007 Updated TOC to include 4-6. Connectors. Replaced page 3.
Added 4-6. Connectors to Exploded View section. Added page 111.
Updated page numbers for Electrical Parts List. Updated page 112 - 172.

LCD DIGITAL COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-713-05
Self Diagnosis
Supported model

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION
FIX CHASSIS

KDL-40XBR2 RM-YD010 US/CANADA

KDL-46XBR2 RM-YD010 US/CANADA

KDL-40XBR2 RM-YD010

LCD DIGITAL COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-713-05
KDL-40XBR2/46XBR2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE PAGE SECTION TITLE PAGE


Specifications ................................................................................. 4 SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS ..................................................................... 50
Warnings and Cautions .................................................................. 6 3-1. Circuit Boards Location ........................................................ 50
Safety-Related Component Warning .............................................. 7 3-2. Printed Wiring Boards and
Safety Check-Out ........................................................................... 9 Schematic Diagrams Information ......................................... 50

Self-Diagnostic Function............................................................... 10 3-4. Block Diagram ...................................................................... 52


3-4. Schematics and Supporting Information .............................. 53
SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY ............................................................... 12
AU Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 7) ................................. 53
1-1. Rear Cabinet Removal ............................................ 12
AU Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 7) ................................. 54
1-2. Stand Assembly Removal ........................................ 13
AU Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 7) ................................. 55
1-3. Speaker Removal .................................................... 14
AU Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 7) ................................. 56
1-4. H1 Board Removal .................................................. 14
AU Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 7) ................................. 57
1-5. H5 Board Removal .................................................. 15
AU Board Schematic Diagram (6 of 7) ................................. 58
1-6 G1 Board Removal .................................................. 16
AU Board Schematic Diagram (7 of 7) ................................. 59
1-7. D1 Board and D2 Board/D3 Board Removal ........... 17
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 13) ............................. 62
1-8. AU Board Removal .................................................. 18
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 13) ............................. 63
1-9. BE board, QM Board and HDMI Removal ............... 19
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 13) ............................. 64
1-10. QT Board Removal .................................................. 20
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 13) ............................. 65
1-11. H3 Board and H4 Board Removal ........................... 21
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 13) ............................. 66
1-12. Chassis Bracket Assembly Removal ....................... 22
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (6 of 13) ............................. 67
1-13. LCD Panel Removal ................................................ 23
BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (7 of 13) ............................. 68
Wire Dressing Diagrams ............................................................ 24 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (8 of 13) ............................. 69
Overall Assembly (KDL-40XBR2 Only) ........................................ 24 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (9 of 13) ............................. 70
D1 Board .............................................................................. 25 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (10 of 13) ........................... 71
D1 Board and Au Board ....................................................... 26 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (11 of 13) ........................... 72
D1 Board and BE2 Board..................................................... 27 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (12 of 13) ........................... 73
G1 Board .............................................................................. 28 BE2 Board Schematic Diagram (13 of 13) ........................... 74
H1 Board .............................................................................. 29 D1 Board Schematic Diagram (KDL-40XBR2 Only) ............ 77
H4 Board .............................................................................. 30 D2 Board Schematic Diagram (KDL-46XBR2 Only) ............ 79
H5 Board .............................................................................. 31 D3 Board Schematic Diagram (KDL-46XBR2 Only) ............ 81
H5 Board (Continued) .......................................................... 32 G1 Board Schematic Diagram ............................................. 83
H1 Board Schematic Diagram.............................................. 86
Overall Assembly (KDL-46XBR2 Only) ........................................ 33
H3 Board Schematic Diagram.............................................. 88
AC Inlet ................................................................................ 34
H4 Board Schematic Diagram.............................................. 90
AU Board.............................................................................. 35
H5 Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 2) ................................. 92
BE2 Board ............................................................................ 36
H5 Board Schematic Diagram (2 0f 2) ................................. 93
D2 Board .............................................................................. 37
QM Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 5) ................................ 96
D2 Board and G1 Board....................................................... 38
QM Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 5) ................................ 97
D3 Board .............................................................................. 39
QM Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 5) ................................ 98
G1 Board and Au Board ....................................................... 40
QM Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 5) ................................ 99
H1 Board .............................................................................. 41
QM Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 5) .............................. 100
H4 Board .............................................................................. 42
QT Board Schematic Diagram ........................................... 102
H5 Board .............................................................................. 43
Under Heat Sink ................................................................... 44 3-5. Semiconductors ................................................................. 105

SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ............................................. 45 SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS ...................................................... 106


2-1. Remote Adjustment Buttons and Indicators ......................... 45 4-1. Rear Cabinet and Stand Assembly ................................... 106
2-2. Accessing Service Adjustments ........................................... 45 4-2. Arm Assemblies and H Boards ......................................... 107
Service Menus ..................................................................... 47 4-3. Chassis ............................................................................. 108
2-3. White Balance Adjustment ................................................... 48 4-4. Chassis Bracket and Speakers .......................................... 109
2-3-1. User Menu Adjustments........................................... 48 4-5. LCD Panel ...........................................................................110
2-3-2. Service Menu Adjustments ...................................... 49
☛ 4-6. Connectors .......................................................................... 111
SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ...........................................112
APPENDIX A: ENCRYPTION KEY COMPONENTS ..........................A-1
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SPECIFICATIONS

Power Requirements 120V-240V AC, 50/60Hz HDMI IN 3/7/8:

Power Consumption (W)


☛ HDMI: Video:480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and
In Use (Max) 227W (KDL-40XBR2 Only) 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits
277W (KDL-46XBR2 Only) AUDIO (for HDMI IN 8):
500 mVrms (100% modulation) (Fixed)
In Standby Less than 0.1W Impedance: 47 kilohms

VIDEO (IN) 1/2/4: AUDIO OUT:


S Video (4-Pin Mini DIN (VIDEO 1 Only) 500 mVrms (100% modulation) (Fixed)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative 1 Vrms at the maximum volume setting (Variable)
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms
Video DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL):
1.0 Vp-p, 75ohms unbalanced, sync negative PC IN:
Audio D-sub 15-pin, analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, positive
500 mVrms (100% modulation)
Impedance:47 kilohms PC AUDIO INPUT:
Stereo mini jack, 500 mVrms (100% modulation),
HD/DVD IN 5/6: Impedance: 47 kilohms
YPBPR (Component Video)
Y:1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative HEADPHONES:
PB:0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Stereo mini jack
PR:0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Impedance: 16 ohms
Signal format: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
AUDIO
500 mVrms (100% modulation)
Impedance: 47 kilohms

Trademark Information

TruSurround XT, SRS and ( ) symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs,
Inc.

Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc.


Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under one or more of the following US
patents: 5510752, 5736897. BBE and BBE symbol are registered
trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
Macintosh is a trademark licensed to Apple Computer, Inc., registered in
the U.S.A and other countries.
“BRAVIA” and are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Sony Corporation has


determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR®
guidelines for energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. registered mark.

This TV incorporates High-Definition


Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.

Manufactured under license from Dolby


Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Television system Supplied Accessories


American TV Standard Remote Commander RM-YD010
ATSC (8VSB terrestrial) ATSC compliant 8VSB Two Size AA (R6) Batteries
QAM on cable ANSI/SCTE 07 2000 75-ohm coaxial cable
AC Power Cord
Channel coverage HD15-HD15 Cable
Analog Suport Belt, Securing Screw, and Wood Screw
2-69 Terrestrial Cable Holder
1-125 Cable Operating Instructions
Digital Quick Setup Guide
2-69 Terrestrial Warranty Card
1-135 Cable
Optional Accessories
Antenna Headphones Plug Adaptor
75-ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Connecting Cables
Wall-Mount Bracket
Panel System SU-WL51
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel

Display Resolution (horizontal x vertical):


1,920 dots x 1,080 lines

Screen Size (measured diagonally)


KDL-40XBR2 - 40 inches
KDL-46XBR2 - 46 inches

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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS

CAUTION

These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any
servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.

WARNING!!

An isolation transformer should be used during any service to avoid possible shock hazard, because of live chassis. The chassis of
this receiver is directly connected to the ac power line.

! SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!


Components identified by shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams, exploded views, and in the parts list are critical for safe
operation. Replace these components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual or in supplements
published by Sony. Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation are identified in this manual. Follow these procedures
whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is suspected.

ATTENTION!!

Ces instructions de service sont à l’usage du personnel de service qualifié seulement. Pour prévenir le risque de choc électrique, ne
pas faire l’entretien autre que celui contenu dans le Mode d’emploi à moins que vous soyez qualifié faire ainsi.

Afin d’eviter tout risque d’electrocution provenant d’un chássis sous tension, un transformateur d’isolement doit etre utilisé lors de tout
dépannage. Le chássis de ce récepteur est directement raccordé à l’alimentation du secteur.

! ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS A LA SECURITE!!


Les composants identifies par une trame et par une marque ! sur les schemas de principe, les vues explosees et les listes de pieces
sont d’une importance critique pour la securite du fonctionnement. Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero
de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance
est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifies dans le present manuel. Suivre ces procedures lors de chaque
remplacement de composants critiques, ou lorsqu’un mauvais fonctionnement suspecte.

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SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING

There are critical components used in LCD color TVs that are important for safety. These components are identified with shading and !
mark on the schematic diagrams and the electrical parts list. It is essential that these critical parts be replaced only with the part number
specified in the electrical parts list to prevent electric shock, fire, or other hazard.

NOTE: Do not modify the original design without obtaining written permission from the manufacturer or you will void the original parts and
labor guarantee.

USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING THE LCD PANEL


When repairing the LCD panel, be sure you are grounded by using a wrist band.

When installing the LCD panel on a wall, the LCD panel must be secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover.

To avoid damaging the LCD panel:


 do not press on the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of electric shock.
 do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects.
 do not leave the module in high temperatures or in areas of high humidity for an extended period of time.
 do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight.
 avoid contact with water. It may cause a short circuit within the module.
 disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight (CCFL) or inverter circuit.
(High voltage occurs at the inverter circuit at 650Vrms.)
 always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material.
 use care when handling the wires or connectors of the inverter circuit. Damaging the wires may cause a short.
 protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the electronic circuit (C-MOS).

LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK CIRCUIT

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example 1
The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using
Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo located
close to the board designation e.g. H1 etc [ see example ]. The
servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as
outlined below.

It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints.
Lead Free Solder is available under the following part numbers :

Part number Diameter Remarks


7-640-005-19 0.3mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-20 0.4mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-21 0.5mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-22 0.6mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-23 0.8mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-24 1.0mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-25 1.2mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-26 1.6mm 1.00Kg

Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade.
This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.

For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com

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SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and
bridges. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or instructions.
touching high-wattage resistors.
2. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The Data Precision 245
3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that
you have replaced all the insulators. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM
or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75
4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, V, so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale.
that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the The Simpson’s 250 and Sanwa SH-63TRD are examples of
customer and recommend their replacement. passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery-operated digital
multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are suitable (see Figure A).

5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of


deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their
How to Find a Good Earth Ground
replacement.
A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground; the cover-plate
retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the
6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground, verify that it is at
replacement of any such line cord to the customer. ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe
with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms.
7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60- to 100-watt
described below. trouble- light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle
and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot
side on the line; the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw
is at ground potential (see Figure B).

Leakage Test

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

Trouble Light
Ohmmeter
AC Outlet Box
AC
0.15 µF Voltmeter
(0.75V)

Cold-water Pipe

Earth Ground

Figure A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. Figure B. Checking for earth ground.

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SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Self Diagnosis Supported model

Control Buttons

POWER

CHANNEL

VOLUME

POWER

CHANNEL

VOLUME

TV/VIDEO
PIC OFF/TIMER STANDBY POWER

MENU

TV/VIDEO

MENU

PIC OFF/TIMER STANDBY POWER

Description of LED Indictors

LED LED Type Description

POWER LED Green LED * Light when the TV set is on

STANDBY LED Red LED * Lights up in red when TV is in PC standby mode.


* Functions as failure indicator

PIC OFF/TIMER Green LED * Lights up when Picture Off is activated


LED * Lights up in orange when the timer is set
When timer is set, the LED remains lit even
when the TV is turned off.

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The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the POWER LED will automatically begin to flash. The number of times
the LED flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the POWER LED flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for
the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom is difficult to reproduced use the Remote Commander to display the record that is stored at
the internal NVM to specify the cause of the failure.

Diagnostic Test Indicators


When an error occurs, the POWER LED will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the problem. If there is more than one error,
the LED will identify the first of the problem areas. If the errors occur simultaneously, the one that corresponds to the fewest flashes is identified first.
Results for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occurred if the screen displays a “0”.

1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).


2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume - TV POWER .
The Self Check list displays.
This differs from accessing Service Adjustments.

☛ LED
002 :
Display
TEMP
Contents
Panel Temp Error 000
003 : P_OVP Power_OVP 000
006 : POWER Power_Error 000 0 indicates no error was detected
007 : AUDIO Audio Protector 001 1 indicates an error was detected
009 : PANEL Panel Error 000
101 : DTT_WDT 000 (Watch Dog Timers
102 : TVM_WDT 000 are used to track
WDT- Watch Dog Timers
103 : WEM_WDT 000 micro processors,
104 : DEM_WDT 000 not to record errors.)

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SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY

1-1. REAR CABINET REMOVAL

One screw Two screws


3 (+BVST 4X8) 2 (+BVST 4X12)

Two screws
1 (+PSW M5X12)

One screw
4 (+BVTP 3X12)

Fourteen screws
5 (+BVTP2 4X16)

Rear Cabinet Assembly


NOTE: The Rear Cabinet Assembly has
2 screw hole indicators. The symbol
indicates a screw that secures the
Rear Cabinet Assembly. The symbol
indicates a screw that secures the
color Bezel to the Bezel Assembly.

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1-2. STAND ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

Two screws
2 (+BVST 4X12)

Two screws
1 (+PSW M5X12)
Two screws
2 (+BVST 4X12)
Arm assembly (L)
Two screws
1 (+PSW M5X12)
3
Arm assembly (R)
One screw
(+BVST 4X12) Stand assembly

3
One screw
(+BVST 4X12)

Critical: Must be laying flat before removing brackets.

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1-3. SPEAKER REMOVAL

One screw
1 (+PWTP2 4X16) One screw
1 (+PWTP2 4X16)

Loudspeaker

Loudspeaker

1-4. H1 BOARD REMOVAL


Disconnect CN3001 from H1 Board

One screw
H1 Board
1 (+BVTP 4X16)

Control button assembly

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1-5. H5 BOARD REMOVAL

Disconnect CN3100
Two screws
2 (+BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3)

Two screws
1 (+BVTP 4X12) H5 board

Release connector wire from wire holders

Side terminal assembly

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1-6 G1 BOARD REMOVAL

Disconnect CN6501, CN6502, CN6204, Five screws


CN6203, CN 6202 and CN6001
1 (+BVST 3X8)

G1 board

Release wires from Wire Holders


on A6501, A6205 and A6013

Use tweezers pinch in white PCB holder


to release G1 Board

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1-7. D1 BOARD AND D2 BOARD/D3 BOARD REMOVAL

Two screws
2 (+BVST 3X8) Two screws
1 (+BVST 3X8)
Release wires from
Wire Holders on A6806
Disconnect CN6700, CN6754, CN6752,
CN6753, CN6751 and CN6600
D2 (46XBR2)
D1 (40XBR2)
Release wires from
D3 (46XBR2) Wire Holder on A6604

Disconnect CN6900,
CN6901, CN6902
and CN6800

Use tweezers to pinch in


the white PCB holder
to release the D3 Board

Use tweezers to pinch in


white PCB holder
to release D2(D1) Board

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1-8. AU BOARD REMOVAL

Six screws
1 (+BVST 3X8)

AU board

Disconnect CN8801, CN9204, CN9209, CN9210,


CN9211, CN9212 and CN9213

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1-9. BE BOARD, QM BOARD AND HDMI REMOVAL

Digital shield (UPPER)

Two screws
(+BVST 3X8) 4

Two screws
QM board 3 (+PSW M3X5)

Disconnect CN7601, CN7306 and CN7802

BE2 board Four screws


5 (+BVST 3X8)

Disconnect CN4001, CN4002,


One screw CN4004 and CN4201
(+BVTP2 4X16) 6

Digital shield (LOWER) Four screws


One screw 2 (+BVST 3X8)
(+BVST 3X8) 7
One screw
1 (+BVTP2 4X16)
HDMI terminal holder

Two screws
8 (+PSW M3X5)

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1-10. QT BOARD REMOVAL

Tuner shield (UPPER)

Four screws
2 (+BVST 3X8)

Antenna
QT board
Disconnect CN7803 and CN7800

Four screws
1 (+BVST 3X8)

Tuner shield (LOWER)

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1-11. H3 BOARD AND H4 BOARD REMOVAL

One screw
1 (+BVTP2 4X16)

Under cover

Two screws
2 (+KTT 3X10)
H4 board
AC inlet
(WITH NOISE FILTER)
Disconnect
CN6900 H3 board
Disconnect CN6900

One screw
3 (+PSW M4X6)

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1-12. CHASSIS BRACKET ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

Chassis bracket assembly


Four screws
Three screws 1 (+PSW M5X8)
3 (+VTP2 4X16)

Four screws
2 (+BVTP2 4X16)

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1-13. LCD PANEL REMOVAL

Two screws
(+BVTP2 4X16) 3 Three screws
1 (+BVTP2 4X16)

Mask plate

Three screws
Harness
2 (+BVTP2 4X16)
with connector (LVDS)

Mask plate

Mask plate

LCD panel

Bezel assy

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WIRE DRESSING DIAGRAMS

OVERALL ASSEMBLY (KDL-40XBR2 ONLY)

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D1 BOARD

FLEX WIRE HOLDER

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D1 BOARD AND AU BOARD

TIE AND HOLD WITH FLEX HOLDER

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D1 BOARD AND BE2 BOARD

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G1 BOARD

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H1 BOARD

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H4 BOARD

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H5 BOARD

TAPE DOWN WIRE ON CHASSIS

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H5 BOARD (CONTINUED)

TAPE DOWN WIRE

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OVERALL ASSEMBLY (KDL-46XBR2 ONLY)

TAPE TO HOLD WIRE

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AC INLET

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AU BOARD

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BE2 BOARD

WIRE HOLDERSON D-SHIELD COVER

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D2 BOARD

FLEX. WIRE HOLDER

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D2 BOARD AND G1 BOARD

FLEX WIRE HOLDER

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D3 BOARD

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G1 BOARD AND AU BOARD

FLEX WIRE HOLER

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H1 BOARD

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H4 BOARD

TAPE WIRE ON CHASSIS

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H5 BOARD

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UNDER HEAT SINK

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SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS

2-1. REMOTE ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS AND 2-2. ACCESSING SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS


INDICATORS To adjust various set features, use the Remote Commander to put the set
into service mode to display the service menus.
TV POWER
1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).
2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a
5 second of each other:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + TV POWER .
The first service menu (TV) displays.
JUMP 3. To display the service menu that contains the category you want to
adjust, press JUMP on the Remote Commander.
(Refer to Service Menus)

DISPLAY

Onscreen cursor
and select button TV MICRO

VERSION 0 SERVICE
VER_DISP_ENBL 0 TV MICRO

VOLUME+ Press JUMP

QM MICRO

QM 0 0 SERVICE
INFO DTV

Press JUMP

WE MICRO

WEM VERSION
Main Boot
WM2 201W00AA WM1. 103W00AA
Diff CMN
RM-YD010 WM2 212A00LA WC2. 212A00LAb
DL 0 000 Gra 0216
SelfCheck 00 00 00 00
DEM VERSION
PM1 020W00LA PB1. 004W00LA
NVM: PD0. 008A52LU

Press JUMP

DE MICRO

PANEL SERVICE
0 WINDOW

0 win_no 0
Diff 1

Press JUMP

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The screen displays the first category in the selected service menu.
4. To change the category, press 2 or 5 on the Remote Commander.
Note: Pressing 2 or 5 only changes the categories within the service menu displayed. To change a category on one of the other service menus,
press the JUMP button until the correct service menu is displayed.
5. To change the adjustment item, press 1 or 4 on the Remote Commander.
6. To change the data value, press 3 or 6 on the Remote Commander.
Note: To go back to the last saved data value, press 0 then ENT on the Remote Commander to read the memory.
7. To write into memory, press MUTING then ENT on the Remote Commander.
8. To exit service mode, turn the power off.

TV POWER

3 Increase
Next item 1 Data value

Next 2
Category 6 Decrease
Data value
Previous 4
5 Previous
item
Category
8 ENT
Restore User Control
and Channel Memory 0
Read data
JUMP
from last
Displays Service Menus
saved NVM

MUTING
Write into
memory

RM-YD010

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SERVICE MENUS
(CATEGORIES ONLY)





  


  

  


 
        
    !
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" $$ " !$  #
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& '*
'!- &  - 
!
- '*
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- 9$B9* &/ $*$


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!
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9B

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"- =@! -/ @

"/ '! -< 9
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"> F$ -?   KQ
"? $9B
 $'9

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2-3. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT a. Set following registers to Off:


Black Corrector
Adjust the White Balance using the User Menu and the Service Menu
when you replace boards or the LCD Panel. Advanced C.E.
Gamma
2-3-1. USER MENU ADJUSTMENTS Clear White

Use the following procedure to adjust the items from the User Menu
before adjusting items in the Service Menu.

Press the V/v/B/b to move the on-screen cursor. Press to select/


confirm an item

1. Display the User Menu by pressing MENU on the Remote


Commander.
2. Select the Settings option.
3. Change the Picture Mode to Custom.
4. Select the Backlight option.
a. Set the Backlight option to MAX.

b. Select the White Balance option.


c. Set the R, G, B Gain and R, G, B Bias to 0.

5. Select the Advanced Settings option.


NOTE: The Advanced Settings option is only available after you
select Custom from the Picture Mode.

6. Put the TV in standby mode. (Power off).

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2-3-2. SERVICE MENU ADJUSTMENTS 7. To write into memory, press MUTING then ENTER on the Remote
Commander.
Use the following procedure to adjust the Service Menu items for White
Balance Adjustments. DE MICRO

NOTE: GAINR, GAING, & GAINB are White Balance Adjustments for PANEL WRITE
Highlight and OFFR, OFFG, & OFFB are White Balance Adjustments 6 MAIN_WB
4 GAINR 520
for Offset.
Diff 1

1. Access the Service Menu by pressing the following buttons on the


Remote Commander within a second: Text color changes to red when saving.
DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + TV POWER .
DE MICRO
The service menu displays.
2. Press the JUMP button until the DE Micro service menu displays. PANEL WRITE
6 MAIN_WB
DE MICRO 4 GAINR 520
Diff 1
PANEL SERVICE
0 WINDOW
8. To exit service mode, turn the power off.
0 win_no 0
Diff 1

3. Press 2 until the 6 MAIN_WB category displays.


4. Press 1 until the 4 GAINR item displays.

DE MICRO

PANEL SERVICE
Category 6 MAIN_WB
Item 4 GAINR 520 Data Value
Diff 1

5. Press 3 to increase or 6 to decrease the data value.


(Do not increase the GAINR data value higher than 520.)
6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 for each of the following items:
a. 5 GAING (data value is fixed at 512)
b. 6 GAINB - Do not increase the higher than
540 (KDL-40XBR2)
530 (KDL-46XBR2)
c. 8 OFFR
d. 9 OFFG (data value is fixed at 512)
e. 10 OFFB

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SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS

3-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION


NOTE: The D2 & D3 Boards cannot be ordered separately.
D3 Board
(KDL-46XBR2 Only)

QM Board

BE2 Board

D1 Board
(KDL-40XBR2 Only)
D2 Board
(KDL-46XBR2 Only)
H5 Board
G1 Board
QT Board

AU Board
H1 Board

H4 Board

H3 Board

3-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION
All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µµF 50WV or All voltages are in V.
less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums.
S : Measurement impossibility.
All electrolytics are in 50V unless otherwise specified.
: B+line.
All resistors are in ohms. kΩ=1000Ω, MΩ=1000kΩ
: B-line. (Actual measured value may be different).
Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating
: signal path. (RF)
electrical power, is as follows: Pitch : 5mm
Rating electrical power : 1/ 4 W Circled numbers are waveform references.
1
/ 4 W in resistance, 1/10 W and 1/16 W in chip resistance.
: nonflammable resistor The components identified by shading and ! symbol are critical for safety. Replace
only with part number specified.
: fusible resistor
: internal component The symbol indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component
side of the board. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked.
: panel designation and adjustment for repair
: earth ground
Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque ! sont critiques pour la
: earth-chassis securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie.
All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B,
unless otherwise noted. Le symbole indique une fusible a action rapide. Doit etre remplace par une
fusible de meme yaleur, comme maque.
Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
Readings are taken with a 10MΩ digital multimeter.
Voltages are DC with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. ☛ NOTE: The components identified by a red outline and a mark contain confidential
information. Specific instructions must be adhered to whenever these components
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production are repaired and/or replaced.
tolerances. See Appendix A: Encryption Key Components in the back of this manual.

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REFERENCE INFORMATION Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen


printed circuit ( )
RESISTOR
: RN METAL FILM
CAPACITOR
: TA TANTALUM Device
*
Printed symbol Terminal name Circuit
: RC SOLID : PS STYROL Collector
: FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON : PP POLYPROPYLENE 1 Transistor
Base Emitter
: FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE : PT MYLAR
Collector
: RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND : MPS METALIZED POLYESTER 2 Transistor
: RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE Base Emitter
: MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
: RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT : ALB BIPOLAR
3 Diode
Cathode
: ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR : ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE Anode
: ALR HIGH RIPPLE Cathode
COIL 4 Diode
Anode (NC)
: LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR Cathode
5 Diode
Anode (NC)
Common
6 Diode
Anode Cathode
Common
7 Diode
Anode Cathode
Common
8 Diode
Anode Anode

Common
9 Diode
Anode Anode
Common
0 Diode
Cathode Cathode
Common
!¡ Diode
Cathode Cathode
Anode Cathode
!™ Diode Anode Anode
Cathode Anode

Transistor Source
!£ (FET)
Drain
Gate D D

G G

Transistor Source
!¢ S S
Drain
(FET) Gate
D D
Transistor Source
!? (FET)
Drain G G
Gate S S

Emitter
!§ Transistor Collector
Base
C1 C2
C2 B1 E1
!¶ Transistor
E2 B2 C1
B1 B2

E1 E2

C1 B2 E2
!• Transistor
E1 B1 C2 C1 C2

B1 B2
C1 B2 E2
!ª Transistor
E1 B1 C2
E1 E2

E1 E2
C1 B2 E2
@º Transistor
E1 B1 C2
B1 B2

C1 C2
C1(B2) C2
E2 B1 E1
@¡ Transistor
C2 C1(B2)
B1

E2 E2
(B2) E1(B2) E2
B1 E1 E2
@™ Transistor
C1 C2
B1

C1 C2
(B2) E1(B2) C2
E2 E1 B1
@£ Transistor
C2 C1
B1

C1 C2

– Discrete semiconductot
Ver.1.6
(Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included.)

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3-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

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㪚㪘㪫㪭 㪬㪪㪙㩷㪠㪝㪧

㪠㪉㪚㩿㪫㪭㪀㩷㪟㪛㪤㪠
㪬㪘㪩㪫㩷㪫㪭㩷㪠㪝㪧
㪠㪉㪚㩿㪫㪭㪀㩷㪠㪝㪧
㪠㪉㪚㩿㪠㪝㪧㪀 㪠㪉㪚㩿㪠㪝㪧㪀
㪈㪍
㪪㪛㪩㪘㪤
㪍㪋㪤㪹
㪚㪚㪧㪯㪘
㪠㪉㪚㩷㪫㫌㫅㪼㫉

㪥㪭㪤
㪓㪤㪸㫀㫅㪕
㪛㪛㪩 㪛㪜㩷㪤㫀㪺㫉㫆 㪥㪭㪤
㪍㪋㪢㪹 㪚㪚㪧㩷㪙 㪈㪉㪏㪤㪹㩷㪁㪉 㪈㪉㪏㪢㪹
㪤㪙㪐㪇㪊㪊㪇
㪠㪉㪚㩷 㪘㫅㪸㫃㫆㪾㩷㪤㪸㫀㫅
㪬㪘㪩㪫㩷㪫㪭㩷㪘㪫㫀 㪚㪯㪛㪊㪏㪈㪋 㪪㪛㪩㪘㪤

㪠㪉㪚㩿㪠㪝㪧㪀
㪪㪮 㪪㪛㪩㪘㪤 㪝㫃㪸㫊㪿
㪛㪩㪚㪄 㪍㪋
㪍㪋㪤㪹㪯㪉
㪠㪉㪪㩷㩿㪟㪛㪤㪠㪀
㪟㪛㪤㪠㩿㪛㪭㪠㪀

㪤㪹㪯㪉 㪊㪉㪤㪹
㪞㪧㪠㪦
㪤㪝㪭㪉㪅㪌
㪛㪶㪠㪝

㪪㪧㪛㪠㪝 㪙㫌㫊㩷㪪㪮 㪠㪝㪧㪉㪪㩷 㪭㪦㪩㪫㪜㪯㪄 㪧㪸㫅㪼㫃


㪛㪩㪚
㪚㪯㪛㪐㪏㪉㪎 㪚㪯㪛㪋㪎㪈㪊 㪞㪙㪩㩷㪋㪑㪋㪑㪋㩷㪉㪋㪹㫀㫋
㪰㪬㪭㩷㪋㪑㪉㪑㪉㩷㪉㪇㪹㫀㫋 㪩
㪫㪭㪛㪪㩷㪫㫏
㪫㪟㪚㪍㪊㪣㪭㪛 㪛㫉㫀㫍㪼㫉
㪠㪉㪪㩷㩿㪛㪫㪫㪀 㪈㪇㪉㪊
㪪㫐㫅㪺㩷 㪘㪛㪚 㪚㪯㪛㪐㪏㪈㪍㪘㪞㪞
㪘㪫㫀㩷㪯㪠㪣㪣㪜㪦㪥 㪪㪼㫇 㪘㪛㪐㪏㪏㪏 㪞㪧㪯
㪧㪚
㫏㪉㪋㪇㪟
㪛㪛㪩㪄㪪㪛㪩
㪞㪽㫏㩷㪸㪩㪞㪙 㪦㪪㪛 㪙㫌㫊㩷㪪㪮 㪪㪛㪩㪘㪤
㪋㪑㪋㪑㪋㪑㪋㩷㪊㪉㪹㫀㫋 㪚㪯㪛㪐㪏㪉㪎
㪛㪛㪩㪋㪇㪇
㪛㪛㪩㪋㪇㪇 㪈㪍㪤㪹 㪧㪸㫅㪼㫃
㪊㪉㪤㪙㪁㪉 㪚㪚㪧㩷㪘
㪊㪉㪤㪙㪁㪉
㪟㪛㪍㪌㪍
㪛㪫㪫㩷㩿㪤㪸㫀㫅㪀

㪪㪼㫉㫀㪸㫃 㪥㪘㪥㪛㪄 㪟㪛㪤㪠㩷㪩㫏


㪪㫀㫃㪐㪇㪈㪈
㪝㫃㪸㫊㪿 㪝㪣㪘㪪㪟
㪈㪉㪏㪢㪙 㪈㪍㪤㪙
㪚㪯㪙
㪈㪋㪋㪈
㪚㪯㪙
㪥㪭㪤 㪈㪋㪋㪈 㪥㪭㪤
㩷㪈㪢㪹㩷 㩷㪈㪢㪹㩷

㪭㫀㪻㪼㫆㪏㩿㪟㪛㪤㪠㪀 㪭㫀㪻㪼㫆㪎㩿㪟㪛㪤㪠㪀

KDL-40XBR2/46XBR2 52
KDL-40XBR2/46XBR2

3-4. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION


AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 7)
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 |

A R9001
V1_IN

220 V5V

5%
V1_Y
R9004 R9007

— 220
1/10W
RN-CP
5%
220
1/10W
RN-CP
5%
VD9000
V1_C L9352
10uH
3
S 4 R9008
75 VD9001
VIDEO1 1 2
C9000
0.47
1/16W
CHIP V1_S2SW
10V C8328
B C8324 120 C9378
1608 D9000 0.1 6.3V 0.1
16V 16V
B V
MA8100-TX V1_SSW COMP
X7R
1005
R8390
330
1/10W
RN-CP
R8391
330
1/10W
RN-CP
R8392
330
1/10W
RN-CP
B
1608

R9002 Y 5% 5% 5%
220 V1_V CCP_Y C9386
R9000 R9439 R9424
0 330 330 0.1
R8384 2.4 16V
L CHIP 5% R9009
220 VD9002 V1_LR_IN 47
1/16W
R8393
22
1/10W
RN-CP
1/10W
RN-CP B
1608
1/10W 1/16W 5% 5%
R9005 RN-CP RN-CP

— R
220
1/10W
RN-CP
5% C9001
10
16V
V1_L
0.5% CHIP
1 . 7 5% R9382
22
1/16W
2.4
MAIN_CV/Y
5% R9388
R9010 CB 1.7
5% D9001 CCP_CB
2.4 10
330k MA8100-TX Q8307 1/16W
1/16W RN-CP
V CHIP V1_R R8388 2SA1226-T1E3E4 0.5%
VIDEO3 47
1/16W
BUFFER Q9351
2SA1576A-T106-QR
R9011 1.7 4.7 Q9365
D9002 RN-CP
C
5%

330k C9002 BUFFER R9391


1/16W 10 MA8100-TX R8389 0.5%
10
2SC4081T106R
CHIP 47 R9442
16V 1/16W R8394 1/16W
RN-CP 22 RN-CP 100 4.0 DATA_SLICER_MAIN
L CCP_CR
CR
0.5% 2.4
Q8306
2SA1226-T1E3E4 1/16W 2.4 0.5% 1/16W
CHIP
CHIP MAIN_C
BUFFER 5% R9471
1k
R9006 R9012 R9013 V3_V 1.7 1/16W
220 220 220 VD9003 V3_LR_IN 1.7 RN-CP
1/10W 1/10W Y/G_BUF_IN Q9352 0.5%
R9003

— RN-CP RN-CP R9385


CHIP

R 22
2SA1576A-T106-QR
0

5% 5% 5% CB/B_BUF_IN
Q8305 R8395 1/16W BUFFER
V3_L 2SA1226-T1E3E4 22
J9001 CR/R_BUF_IN 1/16W
V3_L BUFFER CHIP
R9014 C9003 5%
10
5%

330k D9003
1/16W 16V
CHIP MA8100-TX
V3_R
D R9015 C9004 D9004 V9V
5%

330k 10 MA8100-TX
1/16W 16V V5V
CHIP
R9396 L9355
R9395 10uH
68k 68k V5V
1/16W 1/16W
CHIP CHIP
— COMP1_V_IN
CV/Y
5% 5%
C9411
47
16V C9413
C9387 C9388 0.1
0.1 0.1 16V L9354
16V 16V B 10uH
COMP1_Y 1608
B B
1608 1608
VD9004 R9020 R9026 R9033

E J9002 VD9005
220 220 220

5%
C9382
0.1
16V
C9415
120
6.3V
C9416
0.1
B 16V
1608 B
Y 1608
GRN 1 COMP1_CB
R9021 R9027 R9034 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 I2C_DEV_5V
2 VD9006 220 220 220

C/CR/R_OUT1_1

C/CB/B_OUT1_1

C/CR/R_OUT2

C/CB/B_OUT2
CV/Y/G_OUT1_1

CV/Y/G_OUT2

Y_PH1

Y_PH2

CV/Y_OUT3

CV/Y_OUT4

CV/Y_OUT5
NC
FBLK_OUT

Y_SAG
CV_SAG
C_OUT1_2

NC
CV_OUT1_2

ADR
C_OUT5
CV_OUT5
VCC5_OUT2

VCC9_OUT
VCCFB_OUT

VCC5R_OUT1

VCC5B_OUT1
Cb VD9007

VCC5G_OUT1
5%

DC_OUT
GND5_OUT

GND9_OUT
BLU 3
R9412
R9371 4.7 47
4 COMP1_CR 1/16W SCL_DEV_5V
100 91 NC SCL 60
R9022 R9028 R9035 L9356 1/16WC9363 2 . 2 16V 2.4 4.7 SDA_DEV_5V
Cr VD9008 220 220 220 10uH C 2012 R9415
RED 5 92 B_IN14 SDA 59 47
R9363 100 1/16W
C9355 2.4 1/16W
VD9009 5% 2 . 2 16V C 2012
COMP1_LR_IN
F L
6
COMP1_L
R9364 1001/16W
C9356 2.4
2 . 2 16V C 2012
93

94
G_IN14

R_IN14
VCC5H_OUT

SELV_OUT2
58

57
WHT 7 R9392
R9016 C9005 330k 95 NC SELH_OUT2 56
10 D9005 C9369 3.6 0.0 4MHz
8 330k MA8100-TX 1 X9351
10V 96 CLP_CR2 PC_ID 55 PC_ID
R9393
330k 3.6
R C9370
RED 9 COMP1_R 1 97 CLP_CR1_1 SELV_OUT1 54

— 10 R9017
330k C9006
10
D9006
MA8100-TX
R9394
330k C9371
1
10V 3.6
98 CLP_CR1_2 SELH_OUT1 53
R9407
10k

C9420
10V

0.1
16V
99 FBLK_IN3 GND5H_OUT 52 1/16W STBY5V

B
Y C9364 2 . 2 16V
100 1/16W 3.6 1.0 RN-CP
GRN 11 R9372 C 2012
COMP3_V_IN 100 SC_B/C/CB/B_IN13 IREF 51

R9390
R9365 100 1/16W
C9357 3.6 3.3 Q9358
12 2 . 2 16V C 2012 R9426

0
COMP3_Y 101 SC_G/Y/Y/G_IN13 PS_HVCS 50 PC_SYNC_DET SI2301BDS-T1 10k
R9366 1001/16W 3.6 2.9 1/16W
C9358 5V REG
G Cb
BLU 13 VD9010 R9023 R9029
R9036
220
2 . 2 16V C 2012
102 SC_R/CV/CR/R_IN13 EXT_CLK/X’TAL 49
CHIP
5% 0.0

S
220 220
14 C9430 103 FBLK_IN2 VCC_DEF 48
VD9011 5% 120 100 1/16W C9365 2 . 2 16V 3.6 C9402 1 10V B 1608 L9353 3.3
6.3V R9373 2012 C 10uH
104 SC_B/C/CB/B_IN12 IC9351 V_PH2 47 C9422 VSW_PW_CTRL
Cr
RED 15 R9367 100 1/16W C9359 3.6 CXA2239AR-TL C9403 0 . 0 1 16V B
2 . 2 16V C 2012 C9423 0.4
COMP3_CB 105 SC_G/Y/Y/G_IN12 H_PH2 46 10V 0.1
C9354 R9368 1001/16W C9360 3.6 VIDEO SW 47 10V
16 0.1 2 . 2 16V C 2012 R9425
R9037 16V C9407 B Q9359
— L
WHT 17
VD9012

VD9013
R9024
220
R9030
220 220

5%
B
1608
106

107
SC_R/CV/CR/R_IN12

VCC_IN
SYNC_IN2

SYNC_OUT2
45

44
1
10V
B
C9406 1 10V B 1608
2012
B
10k
1/16W
CHIP
5%
DTC144EUA-T106
SW
25V
108 FBLK_IN1 V_PH1 43 1
18 100 1/16W C9366 C9425
COMP3_CR R9374 3.6 C9405 0 . 0 1 16V B
2 . 2 16V C 2012
109 SC_B/C/CB/B_IN11 H_PH1 42
R R9038 R9369 100 1/16W C9361 3.6 C9409
RED 19 VD9014 2 . 2 16V C 2012
R9025 R9031 220 V1_IN 1
220 220 110 SC_G/Y/Y/G_IN11 SYNC_IN1 41 10V
H 20 VD9015
5% COMP3_LR_IN
V1_S2SW
R9370 1001/16W C9362
2 . 2 16V C 2012
111
3.6
SC_R/CV/CR/R_IN11 SYNC_OUT1 40
B PC_SYNC_IN

COMP3_L 112 MD/S2-4 GND_DEF 39


R9357 100 C9367 3.6 1.0 C9433
PC_H_IN
1/16W 2 . 2 16V C 2012 4.7
R9018 C9007 100 113 C/CB/B_IN10 IN4_H 38 10V
D9007 R9358 1/16W C9368 3.6 1.0
330k 10 2 . 2 16V C 2012 PC_V_IN
MA8100-TX 114 Y/Y/G_IN10 IN4_V 37
100 C9381 3.6 C9434
R9375 1/16W
— COMP3_R
2 . 2 16V C 2012
115 CV/CR/R_IN10 IN3_SW 36
C9404
0.47
4.7
10V
1 . 0 10V R9409 100
1/16W
R9019 100 116 S1-4 IN3_H/L1 35
330k C9008 D9008 V1_C C9372 R9359 1/16W3 . 6 1.0 R9413 100
1/16W
10 MA8100-TX 2.2
117 C/CB/B_IN9 IN3_V/L2 34
BLK C9373 16V R9360 100 3 . 6
15P V1_Y 2 . 2 16V C 2012 1/16W C9410
CN9001 118 Y/Y/G_IN9 IN3_L3 33 0.47
C9431 100 3 . 6 10V
V1_V 2 . 2 16V C 2012R9445 1/16W
I PC PC_V_IN
119 CV/CR/R_IN9 IN2_SW 32
1.0 R9410 100

CV/CR/R_IN8

CV/CR/R_IN7

CV/CR/R_IN6

CV/CR/R_IN5

CV/CR/R_IN4
1/16W

C/CB/B_IN8

C/CB/B_IN7

C/CB/B_IN6

C/CB/B_IN5

C/CB/B_IN4
Y/Y/G_IN8

Y/Y/G_IN7

Y/Y/G_IN6

Y/Y/G_IN5

Y/Y/G_IN4
120 GND_IN IN2_H/L1 31

IN1_H/L1
IN1_V/L2

IN2_V/L2
MD/S2-3

MD/S2-2
C9401
R

IN1_SW
FB90020uH

IN1_L3

IN2_L3
PC_R 0.47

S1-3

S1-2

S2-1

S1-1
10V

CV3

CV2

CV1
3.6

3.6

3.6
R9043
47 R9059 COMP1_V_IN
1/10W
FB9004 0uH G 0
PC_G D5V
RN-CP
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
— B R9060

R9449 1001/16W
2012100 1/16W

100 1/16W
C9385 2 . 2 16V 100 1/16W
FB9001 0uH 0 C9374 R9361 100

3.6
PC_B COMP1_CB
3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

R9398 100 1/16W 3 . 6

3.6

1.0

1.0

1.0
1/16W

2 . 216V R9384

R9380 1001/16W 3 . 6

3.6

3.6
R9387

R9389
2 . 2 16V C 2012
R9061 COMP3_V_IN C9375 R9362 100 FB9012
COMP1_Y 2 . 2 16V C 2012 1/16W
0 0uH
C9432

2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012
PS9000 COMP1_CR 2 . 2 16V C 2012 R9446 100 1/16W

C 2012
16V
C9384 2C. 22012
C9022

2 . 2 16V
0.4A 100
C9383 C
6.3V

2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012
2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012

2 . 2 16V C 2012
J COMP3_CB

C9419

C9414

C9417

C9418
C9412

C9421
R9041

C9392

C9393
47

C9394
2.2
16V
2.2
16V
1/10W COMP3_Y

C9396

C9399
0.47

0.47
OPTOUT

10V

10V
RN-CP
R9376 1001/16W C9376

R9379 1001/16W C9379


COMP3_CR
H

1/16W

C9408
0.47
10V
VIN

C9380

R9400 100 1/16W

R9403 100 1/16W

100
R9405 1001/16W
R9401 1001/16W
V

100 1/16W

100 1/16W
— TV_V LINE_LR_OUT C9023 VCC

R9448

1/16W

1/16W

1/16W
0.1
10V FB9007 GND
B

TV_M_V
V3_V
1005 0uH J9004
V2_V

R9414 100

R9411 100

R9408 100
R9399

R9402
LINE_L L
L
GND_1
K R9051
47 LINE_R R
1/10W
RN-CP R
R9052
47
1/10W VD9022 VD9021 J9005
R9047 RN-CP
R9050
— 10k
1/10W 10k
1/10W
MA8056-TX

MA8056-TX

MA8056-TX

RN-CP RN-CP
D9009

D9010

D9011

R9045 R9046
2.2k FB9003
5%

5%

2.2k C9014
1/10W 1/10W EEPROM 0uH
RN-CP RN-CP 0.1
16V M24C02-WMN6T(B)
L B
1608
IC9000
8
1

E0 VCC FB9006
0uH GND_1
R9058
1

D3.3V 4.7k
7

1/10W
2

E1 WC RN-CP
2

D-SUB D9014 Q9001 R9074


6

— MA151WK-TX 3 2PC4081R-115 18k


3

E2 SCL 1/16W
CHIP
3

5%
5

2 1
4

VSS SDA C9024 C9025 C9026 D9016


M1MA152WK-T1
4

0.1 47 0.01 C9030


16V 6 . 3 V 16V 0.01
B B 16V
1608 1608 X7R
C9027 PC_SYNC_IN
M 47p
50V
CH
1608
RN-CP

R9057
1/10W

R9072
100

C9028 PC_H_IN
5%

470 4.7
1/16W 16V
CHIP R9076
X7R 0
3.1 5% 3216 PC_V_IN

— 0.0
WRT_PRT R9073 C9020
R9077
0 PC_SYNC_OUT

D9015 470 4.7 R9075 R9081


HN1D03FU-TE85R 1/16W 16V Q9002 18k 0
CHIP X7R 1/16W
5% 3216 2PC4081R-115 CHIP CHIP PC_H_OUT
5%
Q9000
DTC114EUAFT106 C9019
D9017
N SW 47p
50V
CH
1608
M1MA152WK-T1 C9031
0.01
16V
R9082
0
PC_V_OUT
AU MOUNT (1/7)
X7R
CHIP
PC_LR_IN VIDEO SWITCH
16V

— R 10
C9012 PC_AU_R INPUTS
R9048
0
J9003
CHIP

R9044
330k D9013
1/10W MA8100-TX
RN-CP
16V
O 10
C9010 L PC_AU_L
R9049
0
CHIP
R9040 D9012
330k MA8100-TX
1/10W
RN-CP

FB9000
0uH

A-1197-877-A<FIX>AU-P1
P

KDL-40XBR2/46XBR2 53
KDL-40XBR2/46XBR2

AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 7)


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 | AU BOARD WAVEFORMS

A
60 0(

— 

B 60 0(
STBY3.3V


GND 1

— STBY3.3V 2

LED_1 3 STBY_LED
R9519
LED_2 4 0 PMUTE_LED
R9515
0
CHIP 60 0(
LED_3 5 ON_TIMER_LED
CHIP
C TO H1
LED_4 6
R9518
R9517
0
0
CHIP
CHIP
REC_LED 
CN3001 R9514
LED_5 7 0 POWER_LED
CHIP
GND 8 D3.3V
AND
SIRCS 9 SIRCS
DIC_11V
— TO H3
CN3201 D3.3V 10
R9513
0
CHIP
BL_IN 11 BL_IN
60 0(
R9500
0 11V
NC 12 CHIP A1 GND GND B1 DIC_11V
D3.3V 13 A2 GND GND B2
D GND 14 A3 11V 11V B3
D3.3V FB9225
LEAN1 15 A4 11V 11V B4 0uH

NC 16 A5 11V 11V B5 C9206 C9207


470 470
POWER_SW 16V 16V
POWER_SW 17 A6 11V 11V B6
— GND 18
R9512
0
CHIP FB9212 A7 GND GND B7
R9256
0uH V5V 0
KEY 19 KEY1 A8 GND FAN_ERR B8 DE_FAN_ERR
FL9203
R9511 FB9224
GND 20 0 A9 VIDEO5V FAN_DRIVE B9 0 DE_FAN_DRV
CHIP EMI FB9227
C9202 CHIP
CN9212 0.1 G 0
20P 10V A10 VIDEO5V DIMMER B10 DIMMER
E B
1005 GND_1 A11 GND BL_ON B11
R9262
0 R9267
0
BL_ON
8 7 6 5
R9266
A12 GND INV_FAIL B12 0 INV_FAIL

TMP75AIDR MAIN_CV/Y A13 MAIN_CV/Y PFC_DET B13 PFC_DET


IC9201 FB9216
1 0
A14 MAIN_C BL_IN B14 BL_IN
— TEMP SENSOR
MAIN_C A15 GND GND B15
FB9214
0
PC_SYNC_OUT
A16 GND GND B16
1 2 3 4
R9297 PC_H_OUT
A17 SUB_C PC_H B17

COMP
0
R9298 PC_V_OUT
A18 SUB_Y/CV PC_V B18
F R9219
22
GND_1 I2C_DE
A19 GND GND B19
0

1/16W
R9218 CHIP A20 GND MAIN_YS B20
22 CLK_DE
V5V 1/16W CCP_Y HDMI_LR_IN
CHIP DAT_DE A21 MAIN_Y GND B21
CCP_CB 2
A22 MAIN_CB GND B22
— CCP_CR 3 R9288 HDMI_LR_IN_L

L9205
10uH
A23 MAIN_CR HDMI_L B23 0
D3.3V R9289 HDMI_LR_IN_R
4 A24 GND HDMI_R B24 0
TU_V_OUT A25 GND GND B25

C9224

C9223

1005
0.1
16V
10V
1608

22
RN-CP

R9345

RN-CP

R9343
1/16W

1/16W
0.5%

0.5%

B
39k

22k

A26 FE_CVBS GND B26


G L9201
10uH
6.3V
1
C9228 A27 FE_Y FE_L B27

I2C_DE
A9V A28 FE_C FE_R B28
OP-AMP
C9231

C9222

R9342
1/16W
CHIP
0.1
1005
16V
10V

NJM4558V-TE2
5%

1k
22

Q9217 5% 5%
CHIP
2SA1576A-T106-QR 1/16W CHIP IC9205 A29 GND GND B29
1/16W

R9334
1/16W
H-SYNC 470 100 4.1

CHIP
— L9202 A30 GND GND B30

5%

33
R9349 R9348
1

10uH CLK_DE R9244


4.1 0 CHIP A31 DE_SCL HDMI_AU_SPDIF(L) B31
2.6 2.6
DAT_DE R9286

R9335
1/16W
C9213 R9246
2

CHIP
EMMA_SPDIF

150
A32 DE_SDA SPDIF B32

5%
5% 0.1 0 CHIP 0
R9341
1/16W
MAIN_H_SYNC C9212
CHIP
33k CHIP 16V
5%

2.6 2.6 1/16W 47 X7R GND GND


0.9 16V A33 B33
C9230

22k 1005
3

6
0.01
1005
16V

R9336 R9284
B

DTT_BCK
H 2.6
TU_V
Q9208
A34 GND AU_BCK B34 0
R9287
4

2SC3052EF-T1-LEF R9312 0 CHIP DTT_LRCK


R9227
1/16W

A35 HDMI_BCK AU_LRCK B35


4.7k
CHIP

Q9216 HDMI_BCK 0
RN-CP

R9346
1/16W
RN-CP

R9347
0.5%

4.7k
1/16W
5%

Q9215 BUFF R9294


0.5%

RN-CP

R9344
68k

1/16W
0.5%
68k

2SA1576A-T106-QR R9291
R9340

1/16W
22k

1/16W

0 CHIP
CHIP

2SA1576A-T106-QR DTT_DA1
15k

CHIP HDMI_LRCK A36 HDMI_LRCK AU_DATA0 B36


5%

R9295 CHIP 0
2.0 2.0 1.4 5%
0 CHIP

UART_BE
HDMI_DA1 A37 HDMI_DATA AU_DATA1(Jpn) B37
R9296
TV_V
R9339

R9337
1/16W

1.4
3.3k
CHIP

CHIP

R9309 DL_MODE
— A38 DL_MODE AU_DATA2(Jpn) B38
5%

0
0

TV_M_V R9268 0
CHIP A39 IFP_VS SUB_ON B39
C9226
6.3V
1608

0.7 R9277 0 CHIP


2.2

FB9220
R9338
C9229

1/16W

B
CHIP
2012

PC_V_IN
2.2

0
33k
10V

A40 GND SET_ON B40 SET_ON


5%
B

R9311 Q9209 PC_B


100 2SA1235TP-1EF R9308
R9310 A41 PC_B BE_BOOT B41 BE_BOOT
1/16W 0
2.2k CHIP BUFF PC_G FB9217

R9305
1/16W
1/16W

CHIP
I 5% 0

100
A42 PC_G BE_RST B42 BE_RST

5%
RN-CP
0.5%
0.5% VSYNC_SEL PC_R FB9215

0.0

0.0

0.0
R9225 A43 PC_R BE_WDT B43 0 BE_WDT
3.3k
1/16W A44 D5_CB DE_RST B44 DE_RST
CHIP
FB9230

I2C_IFP
5% 8 7 6 5
A45 D5_Y TILT_DET B45 0

R9250
1/16W
2.2k
CHIP
Q9205 BE_TXD
R9259 CHIP

5%

A
VCC

CH0

CH1
2SA1235TP-1EF IC9204
— V_DET
0.0
4.6 2.0 TC7W53FU(TE12R)
LOGIC GATE
A46 D5_CR M_UART_TX_BE B46 0
BE_RXD

R9332
1/16W
R9260

100k
CHIP
R9224

I2C_DEV
A47 GND M_UART_RX_BE B47

5%
100 RB501V-40TE-17 R9249
0
R9290
1/16W D9203 C9210 IFP_SDA
R9257

COM
4.7k Q9207

GND
0.6 1.5

INH

VEE
CHIP 0.047 A48 IFP_SDA M_UART_TX_FE B48 TXD_ATSC
1/16W 10V 2SA1235TP-1EF CHIP 0
5% C9203 CHIP IFP_SCL R9264 22 1/16W
4.7 B
50V R9228 C9208 R9237 5% 1005 1.3 A49 IFP_SCL M_UART_RX_FE B49 RXD_ATSC
R9226 C9205 CHIP 0
C9221

3.9k 1M
0.22

1608

4700p R9283 22 1/16W


10V

RLY_ON 1 FB9203 1M 2200p 1/16W 1/16W 1 2 3 4


B

16V
J PANEL_DET 2
0
INV_FAIL
1/16W
CHIP
50V
B
CHIP
5%
B
1005
CHIP
5%
R9304
1k
I2C_HDMI SDA_DEVICE
A50 GND FE_RST B50
FB9228
FE_RST

0.0
FB9204 5% 1005 1/16W R9275 0
CHIP IFP_VS A51 TVM_SDA(SUBC) HDMI_INT B51 HDMI_INT
0 BL_ON Q9201 5% CHIP 0 R9274 0
BACK_LIGHT 3 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF R9234 R9236 SCL_DEVICE
FB9205 R9258
2.7k 4.7k CHIP 0 A52 TVM_SCL(SUBC) HDMI_50/60 B52
0 DIMMER V-DET 1/16W 1/16W
DIMMER 4
R9326
1/16W

CHIP CHIP
3.3k
CHIP

CHIP A53 GND HDMI_INCE B53 HDMI_CE_B


5%

5% 5%
GND 5 HDMI_SDA R9285 0
FB9206 CHIP 0 R9270
— AC_RLY 6
0
FB9207
AC_RLY
2.6
5%
CHIP
D3.3V HDMI_SCL CHIP 0 R9279
A54

A55
HDMI_SDA

HDMI_SCL
HDMI_INSEL

HDMI_HPG_DET1
B54

B55
R9271 0
HDMI_SEL

0 PFC_DET 1/16W
PFC_DET(AC_DET) 7
R9318

STBY5V
1/16W

Q9213 10k Q9212


CHIP

TO G1 FB9208
22k

A56 GND HDMI_HPG_DET2 B56


5%

0 2SA1235TP-1EF R9324 2SA1235TP-1EF


CN6202 +B_OVP 8 +B_OVP
V-SYNC C9217 A57 FE_SDA HDMI_WRT_PRT B57 WRT_PRT
3.3
R9327

R9314
1/16W

1/16W
4.7k
CHIP

CHIP
100k
1005

STBY_5V 9 0.01 R9278 0


5%

5%

C9220
R9323
1/16W

K 16V
220k
CHIP

FB9209
D9202
MC2836

A58 FE_SCL HDMI_CEC2 B58


5%

0 0.0 0.1 X7R


GND 10 10V 1005
C9201 R9320 Q9211 A59 GND HMHDM_RST B59 HDMI_RST
15k 2SA1235TP-1EF B
GND 11 100 R9272 0
10V 1/16W 1005
R9322 CHIP CCDM_H A60 MAIN_HS(UC) HDMI_INSEL_2 B60 HDMI_INSEL2_B
R9317
1/16W

100k
CHIP

0.6 5% R9527
47k

NC(18V) 12 TC7W08FU(TE12R)
5%

1/16W 0

IFP_USB
R9313 CCDS_H

PNL_USB
Q9214 CHIP IC9202 A61 SUB_HS(UC) GND B61 CHIP
5% 470
NC 13 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF 1/16W R9222 R9261
— CN9203 V-SYNC R9321 CHIP R9523 33 A62 GND DE_UART_TX_JG(SOT0) B62 0 DE_UART_TX_JG
R9333

R9325

2200p
C9219
1/16W

1/16W

8
15k
CHIP

CHIP

1005

I2C_DIC
R9315 5% CHIP
22k

33k

50V

13P GND_1 A2 VCC 10k


5%

5%

1/16W
R9319

R9328
R9316
1/16W

1/16W
B

1M
2.2k
CHIP

CHIP

CHIP
C9218

WHT 1/16W USB_UDP


10k

470p

CHIP A63 FE_USB_UDP_JG(UC) DE_FLASH_WR(P61) B63


1005
50V
5%

5%

1/16W

0
CHIP R9223
B

5% CHIP 0.0 0.0 5% 33 R9265

7
5% HDMI_CE B2 OUT2 USB_UDM A64 FE_USB_UDM_JG(UC) DE_UART_RX_JG(SIN0) B64 DE_UART_RX_JG
CHIP 0
R9521 1/16W HDMI_CE_B IFP_UDP
0.0 1k CHIP 3.3 A65 WE_USB_UDP DE_UART_CK_JG(SCK0) B65
5%

6
HDMI_INSEL2_B OUT1 A1 IFP_UDM
L AUDIO_VCC
R9522
100
1/16W
IFP LOG IFP_VBUS
A66 WE_USB_UDM DE_FLSH_MODE(MD2) B66
FB9226 PNL_VBUS
R92430
DE_FLASH_W

5
CHIP VEE B1 A67 WE_USB_VBUS DE_USB_VBUS B67 0
5% PNL_UDP
WEM_LOG R9240
A68 BE_UART_JG DE_USB_UDP B68 0
HDMI_INSEL2 DIC_SCL R9247 R9241 PNL_UDM
0.0 CHIP 0 A69 DIC_SCL DE_USB_UDM B69 0
DIC_SDA
— Q9210
MUN2213T1
R9242
CHIP 0 A70 DIC_SDA
CN9209
U2_TX(Jpn)/FE_LOG B70 DTT_LOG

sw 140P
GND 1 BLK
GND_1 GND_1
TO G1 GND 2
TO BE2
CN6204 CN4002
AUDIO_VCC 3
M AUDIO_VCC 4
CN9204
4P
TV_M_LR_IN

HDMI_INSEL2_B
I2C_DEV
AU MOUNT (2/7)
SCL_DEVICE

SDA_DEVICE
TV_M_L_IN
TV_M_R_IN

WRT_PRT
SIDE_LR_IN
HP_LR_OUT

GND_K
TEMP SENSOR
N CONNECTORS
AFT_MAIN

AGC_MUTE
TU_V_OUT

V5V
R9528 R9525 STBY5V
100 100
1/16W 1/16W
SIDE_LR_IN_L
SIDE_LR_IN_R

CHIP CHIP
ANTSW_MAIN

5% D5V 5%

HP_L
HP_R
HP_DET

L9204
CHIPR9215

1/16W
CHIP

LOGO
V2_V

10uH
5% 47

5%

JL9239
R9214
1/16W
47

R9526 CHIP
0 R9301

0 R9302

22k R9303

0 R9255

0 R9299
1/16W

C9215
6.3V
5%

100

JL9242