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SERVICE MANUAL AT2X CHASSIS


MODEL COMMANDER DEST

KDL-V40A11E RM-ED001 AEP

KDL-V40A11E

RM-ED001

FLAT PANEL COLOR TV

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Page Section Title Page
Caution ................................................................ 3 4. DIAGRAMS
Specifications ...................................................... 4 4-1. Block Diagrams (1) ............................................ 32
Connectors .......................................................... 5 Block Diagrams (2) ............................................ 33
Self Diagnosis ..................................................... 6 Block Diagrams (3) ............................................ 34
Block Diagrams (4) ............................................ 35
1. GENERAL ................................................................... 7 4-2. Circuit Board Location ........................................ 35
4-3. Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring
2. DISASSEMBLY Boards ................................................................. 35
2-1. Rear Cover Removal ........................................... 16 A2 Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 36
2-2. Stand Removal .................................................... 16 A2 Board Printed Wiring Board ....................... 43
2-3. Bracket Removal ................................................. 17 G3L Board Schematic Diagram .......................... 46
2-4. Loudspeaker Removal ........................................ 17 G3L Board Printed Wiring Board .................... 48
2-5. Fan Removal ....................................................... 18 N Board Schematic Diagram .............................. 50
2-6. A2 Board Removal ............................................. 18 N Board Printed Wiring Board ........................... 58
2-7. BL, N and NP1 Board Removal ......................... 19 H6 Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 59
2-8. G3L Board Removal ........................................... 19 H6 Board Printed Wiring Board ....................... 60
2-9. H7 Board Removal ............................................. 20 H7 Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 59
2-10. H8 Board Removal ............................................. 20 H7 Board Printed Wiring Board ....................... 60
2-11. H6 Board Removal ............................................. 21 H8 Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 59
2-12. Service Position ................................................. 22 H8 Board Printed Wiring Board ....................... 60
NP1 Board Schematic Diagram .......................... 61
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS NP1 Board Printed Wiring Board .................... 62
3-1. How to enter Service Mode ............................... 24 4-4. Semiconductors .................................................. 63
3-2. Signal Level Adjustment .................................... 24
3-2-1. Check AD (CCPX case) 5. EXPLODED VIEWS
Calibration Registration Items ........................ 24 5-1. Chassis ................................................................ 66
3-2-2. Y Signal AD Calibration 5-2. Display ................................................................ 67
of CCPX Decode ............................................. 24
3-2-3. C Signal AD Calibration 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................................. 68
of CCPX Decode ............................................. 24
3-2-4. Check AD (Component case)
Calibration Registration Items ........................ 25 SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!
3-2-5. Y Signal AD Calibration
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ON
of Component Input ......................................... 25
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
3-2-6. C Signal AD Calibration PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
of Component Input ......................................... 25 THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
3-3. White Balance Adjustment ................................. 25
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
3-3-1. White Balance of Colour
Temperature “Cool” ........................................ 25
3-3-2. White Balance of Colour WARNING !!
Temperature “Neutral” .................................... 26
AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING
3-3-3. White Balance of Colour ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD
Temperature “Warm” ...................................... 26 DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS
DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.
3-4. Panel Replacement ............................................. 27
3-5. Board Replacement ............................................ 27
3-5-1. P Board Replacement ...................................... 27
3-5-2. BL Board Replacement .................................... 27
3-5-3. A2 Board Replacement .................................... 27

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CAUTION

Lead Free Soldered Boards


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. F1, H1 etc [ see examples ]. The
servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as
outlined below.

example 2

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 :

Partnumber 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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ITEM MODEL Television System Stereo System Channel Coverage Color System
VHF : E2-E12
UHF : E21-E69
PAL, SECAM
CATV : S1-S20
GERMAN/NICAM NTSC 3.58/4.43
E B/G/H,D/K,L,I,DVB-T HYPER : S21-S41
Stereo (VIDEO ONLY)
D/K : R1-R12, R21-R69
MPEG-2 MP@ML
L : F2-F10, B-Q, F21-F69
I : UHF B21-B69

LCD(Liquid Cr ystal Display) Panel Sound Output


Projected Picture Size
Approx 101.5cm (40 inches ) Right and Left speaker 2 x 10W (RMS)
Input/Output Terminals [REAR] General Specifications
Inputs for Audio and Video signals. Power Requirements 220 - 240V
AV1: 21-pin Euro connector
Inputs for RGB. Power Consumption/
(CENELEC standard) Approx 228W/0.5W
Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals. Standby
Inputs for Audio and Video signals. Approx 1014x722x370mm (With stand)
Dimensions
AV2: 21-pin Euro connector Inputs for RGB. Approx 1014x683x121mm (Without stand)
(CENELEC standard) Outputs of Video and Audio signals Approx 34.0kg (With stand)
(Selectable). Smar tLink interface. Weight
Approx 27.5kg (Without stand)
Inputs for Audio and Video signals.
AV3: 21-pin Euro connector
Inputs for RGB. RM-ED001 Remote Commander (1)
(CENELEC standard)
Outputs of Video and Audio signals. IEC designated R06 batter y (2)
Y:1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync Suppor t belt (1) and Screws (2)
Supplied Accessories
PB/CB:0.7 Vp-p,75 ohms Coaxial Cable (1)
AV4: Phono Jacks PR/CR:0.7 Vp-p,75 ohms Mains Lead (Type C-6) (1)
Audio Input Jacks: 500mV rms, Cable Holder (1)
47Kohms
Video: 1080i, 720p,576p,576i,480p,480i
Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, WEGA Engine, LCD WXGA Panel, 3D
AV5: HDMI IN Comb Filter, Smar tLink, Teletext, Picture
44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits, or
analogue audio input (Phono jacks). Other Features freeze, BBE Digital, EPG Level 2, Dolby
Vir tual Pro Logic 2, AVL, Sleep Timer,
CAM PCMCIA card slot
Noise Reduction.
MODEM Modem por t
Input/Output Terminals [SIDE] Remote control system : Infrared control
Headphones Stereo mini jack
3V dc
AV6: Audio input Phono jacks Power requirements 2 batteries IEC designation
AV6: Video input Phono jack R06 (size AA)
AV6: S Video input 4-pin mini DIN
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Model Name
KDL-V40A11E
Item
PAP OFF
PAT OFF
RGB Priority ON
Sub Woofer OFF
Scar t 1 ON
Scar t 2 ON
Scar t 3 ON
Front in (6) ON
Projector OFF
Norm B/G ON
Norm I ON
Norm D/K ON
Norm AUS OFF
Norm L ON
Norm SAT OFF
Norm M OFF
Teletext ON
Nicam Stereo ON

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21 pin connector

Pin No 1 2 3 Signal Signal level


1 Audio output B Standard level : 0.5V rms
(right) Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*
Audio input B Standard level : 0.5V rms
2 (right) Output impedence : More than 10kohm*
Audio output A Standard level : 0.5V rms
3 (left) Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*
4 Ground (audio)
21 5 Ground (blue)
20 6 Audio input A Standard level : 0.5V rms
19 (left) Output impedence : More than 10kohm*
18 7 Blue input 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms positive
17 High state (9.5-12V) : Part mode
16 8 Function select Low state (0-2V) : TV mode
15 (AV control) Input impedence : More than 10K ohms
14 Input capacitance : Less than 2nF

13 9 Ground (green)
12 10 SmartLink
11 11 Green Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms,
10 positive
9 12 Open
8
13 Ground (red)
7
6 14 Ground (blanking)

5 _ _ Red input 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive


4
15
3 -_ - - (S signal Chroma 0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive
2 input)

1 16 Blanking input High state (1-3V) Low state (0-0.4V)


(Ys signal) Input impedence : 75 ohms
17 Ground (video
output)
18 Ground (video
input)
19 Video output 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)
Video input 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)
20
Video input 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
- - - Y (S signal) (-3+10dB)
21 Common ground
(plug, shield)

Connected Not Connected (open) * at 20Hz - 20kHz

Rear Connection Panel Side Connection Panel

S-Video
socket

S Video socket pin configuration

Pin Signal Signal Level


No

1 Ground -

2 Ground -

3 Y (S signal) input 1V+/- 3dB 75ohm,


positive Sync. 0.3V
-3 +10dB

4 C (S signal) input 0.3V+/- 3dB


75ohm, positive
Sync.

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AT2X SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE

The identification of errors within the AT2X chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In the
event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with a continuous
flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant
device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted).

Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3

StBy LED

ON ON

OFF OFF

LED Error Code

LED
ERROR ERROR DESCRIPTION
CODE
01 Sub Woofer Detection
02 Temperature Error
03 Main Power Voltage Error
04 Fan Error
05 PixelWorks Communication Error
06 Voltage Error (3.3V and/or 5V)
07 Audio Amp Protection
08 Panel 5V Error
09 Backlight Error/Panel Alarm
10 Power Supply Protection
11 Over Voltage Protection
12 IIC B Clock Error
13 IIC D(Painter) Clock Error
14 IIC A(NVM) Clock Error
15 IIC 0 400k Clock Error

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The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.

3: Connecting an aerial/VCR 4: Preventing the TV from toppling over


Rear of the TV After all connections are completed, secure the TV.

Coaxial 1
cable
(supplied)

3
3
Mains lead
(supplied)

1 Fasten the supplied support belt to the stand with the supplied screw.
Scart lead (not supplied) 2-1 2 Fit the supplied support belt to the TV stand, then firmly fasten with the supplied screw using a
screw driver or coin, etc.
RF lead

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2-2 3 While supporting the TV, tighten the supplied support belt to adjust the length.
VCR (not supplied)

5: Switching on the TV
SECTION 1 GENERAL

2 Push the clasp lever in to release the lock and


1 Connect your aerial to the socket on the
open the cover, and then insert the cables.
rear of the TV. 3 Close the cover until it clicks shut and locks.
If connecting to an aerial only 1
Go to step 3.
2 Connect your VCR.
1 Connect the socket on the rear of the TV to
the input socket on your VCR with the RF
lead.
2
2 Connect the scart socket on your VCR to the
/ 2 scart socket on the rear of the TV
with a scart lead. 1 Connect the TV to your mains socket (220-240V AC, 50Hz).
3 Connect the supplied mains lead to the AC 2 Press 1 on the TV (right side).
IN socket on the rear of the TV. When you switch on the TV for the first time, the Language menu appears on the screen, then go to “6: Selecting
Note the language and country/region” on page 13.
Do not connect the mains lead to your mains socket until When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby) indicator on the TV (front) is red), press TV "/1 on the
all connections are complete. remote to switch on the TV.
4 Bundle the cable.
1 Attach the cable holder to the rear of the TV
(A), then turn the cable holder a quarter turn
to the left (B).
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1 Press OK to select “Yes”.
Watching TV
7: Auto-tuning the TV
After selecting the language and country/region, a Watching TV 2 Press DIGITAL to switch to digital mode or
message confirming the TV start auto-tuning appears ANALOG to switch to analogue mode.
on the screen. The channels available vary depending on the
You must tune the TV to receive channels (TV mode.
broadcasts). Do the following to search and store all m
available channels. 3 Press the number buttons or PROG +/- to
Digital auto-tune display select a TV channel.
To select channel numbers 10 and above using the
number buttons, enter the second and third digits
within two seconds.
To select a digital channel using the Digital
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), see page 18.
1 In digital mode
An information banner appears briefly. The
following icons may be indicated on the banner.
m : Radio service
Analogue auto-tune display : Scrambled/Subscription service
: Multiple audio languages available
: Subtitles available
: Subtitles available for the hearing impaired
2 2 : Recommended minimum age for current
programme (from 4 to 18 years)

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The TV starts searching for all available digital : Parental Lock
channels, followed by all available analogue : Current programme is being recorded
channels. This may take some time, please be
patient and do not press any buttons on the TV or 3 Additional operations
remote.
1 Once all available digital and analogue channels To Do this
have been stored, the TV returns to normal
operation, displaying the digital channel stored on Turn off the TV Press TV "/1.
channel number 1. If no digital channels are temporarily
found, the analogue channel stored on channel 1 is (Standby mode)
displayed.
Turn off the TV Press 1 on the TV (right side).
When a message appears for you to confirm the completely
3 aerial connections
No digital or analogue channels are found. Check Adjust the volume Press 2 + (increase)/
all the aerial connections and press OK to start - (decrease).
auto-tuning again.
Mute the sound Press %. Press again to restore.
2 When the Programme Sorting menu
Switch to digital Press DIGITAL.
appears on the screen, follow steps 2 to 3 mode
of “Programme Sorting (Analogue mode
3
only)” (page 32). Hide interactive
If you do not change the order in which the prompts from the
analogue channels are stored on the TV, go to step screen (in digital
3. mode only)
1 Press 1 on the TV (right side) to switch on
Switch to analogue Press ANALOG.
3 Press MENU to exit. the TV. mode
The TV has now tuned in all the available When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby)
channels. indicator on the TV (front) is red), press TV "/1
on the remote to switch on the TV.

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Using the Menu
Checking the Digital Electronic Programme Guide Viewing pictures from
(EPG) connected equipment Navigating through
1 In digital mode, press to display the Switch on the connected equipment, then menus
Digital Electronic Programme Guide perform one of the following operation.
(EPG). For equipment connected to the scart sockets using a
2 Perform the desired operation, as shown in fully-wired 21-pin scart lead
the following table. Start playback on the connected equipment.
The picture from the connected equipment appears on
Digital Electronic Programme the screen.
Guide (EPG)
For an auto-tuned VCR (page 11)
To Do this In analogue mode, press PROG +/-, or the number
buttons, to select the video channel.
Turn off the EPG Press .
For other connected equipment
Move through the EPG Press M/m/</,. Press / repeatedly until the correct input
symbol (see below) appears on the screen.
Display the previous or next six channels Press the red (previous) or green (next) button.

Watch a current programme Press OK while the current programme is selected. 1/ 1, 2/ 2, 3/ 3:


Audio/video or RGB input signal through the scart
Sort the programme information by 1 Press the blue button. socket / 1, 2 or 3. appears only if an RGB
category – Category list 2 Press M/m/</, to select a category. The category name is source has been connected.
displayed on the side.
4:

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The categories available include: Component input signal through the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR 2,3,4
Favourite sockets / 4, and audio input signal through the
Contains all the channels that have been stored in the Favourite list L/G/S/I, R/D/D/D sockets / 4.
(page 20). 4
5:
All Categories
Digital audio/video signal is input through the HDMI IN
Contains all available channels.
5 socket. Audio input signal is analogue only if the
News equipment has been connected using the DVI and audio
Contains all news channels. out socket.
3 Press OK.
6/ 6: 1
The Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) now only displays the
Video input signal through the video socket 6, and
current programmes from the category selected.
audio input signal through the audio socket L/G/S/I
Set a programme to be recorded – Timer 1 Press M/m/</, to select the future programme you want to (MONO), R/D/D/D sockets 6. appears only if
REC record. the equipment is connected to the S video socket 6 1 Press MENU to display the menu.
instead of the video socket 6, and S video input
2 Press OK. 2 Press M/m to select a menu icon.
signal is input through the S video socket 6.
3 Press M/m to select “Timer REC”.
4 Press OK to set the TV and your VCR timers.
3 Press M/m/</, to select an option.
Additional operations
A symbol appears by that programme’s information. The 4 Press M/m/</, to change/set the
indicator on the TV (front) lights up. setting, then press OK.
To Do this
Notes To exit the menu, press MENU.
• You can set VCR timer recording on the TV only for Smartlink compatible Return to the normal Press DIGITAL or ANALOG.
To return to the last display, press <.
VCRs. If your VCR is not Smartlink compatible, a message will be displayed to TV operation
remind you to set your VCR timer.
Access the Input Press OK to access the Input signal
• Once a recording has begun, you can switch the TV to standby mode, but do not
switch off the TV completely or the recording may be cancelled. signal index table index table. (Then, only in
analogue mode, press ,.) To
select an input source, press M/m,
then press OK.

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Picture Adjustment menu Sound Adjustment menu
You can select the options listed below on the Picture You can select the options listed below on the Sound
Adjustment menu. To select options, see “Navigating Adjustment menu. To select options, see “Navigating
through menus” (page 21). through menus” (page 21).
Tip
When you set “Mode” to “Vivid” or “Standard”, you can
adjust only “Mode”, “Contrast”, “Colour Tone”, “Noise
Reduction”, and “Reset”.

Mode Effect (sound effect)


Selects the picture mode.
1 Press OK to select “Effect”.
1 Press OK to select “Mode”.
2 Press M/m to select one of the following sound effects, then press OK.
2 Press M/m to select one of the following picture modes, then press OK. Off: Flat response.
Vivid: For enhanced picture contrast and sharpness. Natural: Enhances clarity, detail, and sound presence by using “BBE High Definition
Standard: For standard picture. Recommended for home entertainment. Sound System*1”.
Custom: Allows you to store your preferred settings. Dynamic: Intensifies clarity and sound presence for better intelligibility and musical
realism by using the “BBE High Definition Sound System”.
Tip
Dolby Virtual*2: Uses the TV speakers to simulate the surround effect produced by a
You can also change the picture mode by pressing repeatedly. multi channel system.

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Tips
Contrast/Brightness/Colour/Hue/Sharpness/Backlight • You can also change sound effect by pressing 9 repeatedly.
• If you set “Auto Volume” to “On”, “Dolby Virtual” is automatically set to “Natural”.
1 Press OK to select the option.
*1
Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc.
2 Press </, to set the level, then press OK. Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under USP4638258, 4482866. “BBE” and BBE symbol are
trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
Tip *2 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
“Hue” can only be adjusted for an NTSC colour signal (e.g., U.S.A. video tapes). trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Colour Tone Treble/Bass/Balance


Adjusts higher-pitched sounds (Treble), adjusts lower-pitched sounds (Bass), and
1 Press OK to select “Colour Tone”.
emphasizes left or right speaker balance (Balance).
2 Press M/m to select one of the following, then press OK. 1 Press OK to select the option.
Cool: Gives the white colours a blue tint.
Neutral: Gives the white colours a neutral tint. 2 Press </, to set the level, then press OK.
Warm: Gives the white colours a red tint.

Auto Volume
Keeps a constant volume level even when volume level gaps occur (e.g., adverts tend to be
louder than programmes).

1 Press OK to select “Auto Volume”.

2 Press M/m to select “On”, then press OK.


Tip
If you set “Effect” to “Dolby Virtual”, “Auto Volume” will automatically be switched to “0ff”.
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Screen Control menu Features menu
You can select the options listed below on the Screen You can select the options listed below on the
Control menu. To select options, see “Navigating Features menu. To select options, see “Navigating
through menus” (page 21). through menus” (page 21).

Auto Format Power Saving


Automatically changes the screen format according to the broadcast signal. Reduces the power consumption of the TV.

1 Press OK to select “Auto Format”. 1 Press OK to select “Power Saving”.

2 Press M/m to select “On”, then press OK. 2 Press M/m to select “Reduce”, then press OK.
To keep your setting, select “Off”.
Tips Speaker
• Even if you have selected “On” or “Off” in “Auto Format”, you can always modify the format of
the screen by pressing repeatedly. Switches on/off the TV’s internal speakers.
• “Auto Format” is available for PAL and SECAM signals only.

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1 Press OK to select “Speaker”.
Screen Format 2 Press M/m to select “On” or “Off”, then press OK.
For details about the screen format, see page 17. On: The sound of the TV is output through the TV’s speakers.
Off: The sound of the TV is output through the external audio equipment connected to
1 Press OK to select “Screen Format”. the audio output sockets .

2 Press M/m to select “Smart”, “4:3”, “14:9”, “Zoom” or “Wide” (see page
AV2 Output
17 for details), then press OK.
Sets a signal to be output through the socket labelled / 2 on the rear of the TV. If
you connect a VCR or other recording equipment to the / 2 socket, you can then
Screen Shift record from the equipment connected to other sockets of the TV.
Adjusts the position of the picture for each screen format.
1 Press OK to select “AV2 Output”.
1 Press OK to select “Screen Shift”.
2 Press M/m to select one of the following, then press OK.
2 Press M/m to select one of the following, then press OK. Auto: Outputs whatever is being viewed on the screen.
V Shift: Adjusts the vertical picture position. TV Analog: Outputs an analogue broadcast.
H Shift: Adjusts the horizontal picture position. TV Digital: Outputs a digital broadcast.
Reset: Resets to the factory settings. Instead of step 3, press M/m to select “OK”, then AV1: Outputs signals from equipment connected to the / 1 socket.
press OK. AV3: Outputs signals from equipment connected to the / 3 socket.
AV6: Outputs signals from equipment connected to the 6/ 6 socket.
3 Press M/m (for vertical picture position) or </, (for horizontal picture
position), then press OK.
Tip
When “Screen Format” is set to “4:3” or “Wide”, “V Shift” cannot be adjusted.
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Timer menu Set Up menu
You can select the options listed below on the Timer You can select the options listed below on the Set Up
menu. To select options, see “Navigating through menu. To select options, see “Navigating through
menus” (page 21). menus” (page 21).

Sleep Timer Auto Start Up


Sets a period of time after which the TV automatically switches itself into standby mode. Starts the “first time operation menu” to select the language and country/region, and tune in
all available digital and analogue channels. Usually, you do not need to do this operation
1 Press OK to select “Sleep Timer”. because the language and country/region will have been selected and channels already tuned
when the TV was first installed (page 13, 14). However, this option allows you to repeat the
2 Press M/m to select the desired time period (“30min”/“60min”/“90min”/ process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels that have
“120min”), then press OK. been launched by broadcasters).
The (Timer) indicator on the TV (front) lights up in orange.
1 Press OK to select “Auto Start Up”.
Tips
• If you switch off the TV and switch it on again, “Sleep Timer” is reset to “Off”. 2 Press OK to select “Yes”.
• “Sleep timer will end soon. Power will be turned off.” appears on the screen one minute before

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the TV switches to standby mode. The Language menu appears on the screen.
• If you press / , the remaining time in minutes before the TV switches to standby mode is
displayed on the screen. 3 Follow steps of “6: Selecting the language and country/region” (page 13)
and “7: Auto-tuning the TV” (page 14).
Auto Shutoff
Language
Sets the TV to switch to standby mode automatically when you select the input source and
there is no input signal from connected equipment. Selects the language in which the menus are displayed.
In TV mode, this Auto Shutoff function is always set to “On”.
1 Press OK to select “Language”.
1 Press OK to select “Auto Shutoff”.
2 Press M/m to select the language, then press OK.
2 Press M/m to select “On”, then press OK. All menus will appear in the selected language.

Country
Selects the country/region where you operate the TV.

1 Press OK to select “Country”.

2 Press M/m to select the country/region in which you will operate the TV,
then press OK.

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Connecting to the TV (rear)
Using Optional Equipment

Connecting optional equipment


You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV. Connecting cables are not supplied.

Connecting to the TV (side)

DVD player
with component output

DVD player

6
/
Digital satellite receiver
MODEM

/
5V
500mA

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L/G/
S/I (MONO)
S VHS/Hi8/DVC

R/D/
D/D
camcorder
CAM eject
button

Headphones

To connect Do this To connect Do this


S VHS/Hi8/DVC Connect to the S video socket Modem connector Not supported on this TV.
camcorder A 6 or the video socket 6, C
and the audio sockets 6. To
avoid picture noise, do not connect Conditional Access To use Pay Per View services.
PlayStation 2
the camcorder to the video socket Module (CAM) D For details, refer to the instruction
6 and the S video socket manual supplied with your CAM. VCR
DVD recorder
6 at the same time. If you To use the CAM, press the eject Hi-Fi
connect mono equipment, connect button and remove the “dummy”
to the L/G/S/I socket 6, and set card. Switch off the TV when VCR
inserting your CAM into the CAM DVD player
“Dual Sound” to “A” (page 26).
slot. When you do not use the
Headphones B Connect to the i socket to listen to CAM, we recommend that the
sound from the TV on headphones. “dummy” card be inserted and DVD player
kept in the CAM slot.

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Additional Information Troubleshooting
CATV: S1–S20
Specifications HYPER: S21–S41
Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is flashing in red.
D/K: R1–R12, R21–R69 When it is flashing
Display Unit L: F2–F10, B–Q, F21–F69 The self-diagnosis function is activated.
(KDL-V32A11E) I: UHF B21–B69
Digital: VHF/UHF
1 Count how many 1 (standby) indicator flashes between each two second break.
Power Requirements:
For example, the indicator flashes three times, then there is a two second break, followed by another three flashes, etc.
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz Terminals
Screen Size: 2 Press 1 on the TV (right side) to switch it off, disconnect the mains lead, and inform your dealer or
/ 1
32 inches Sony service centre of how the indicator flashes (number of flashes).
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including
Approx. 80.0 cm measured diagonally audio/video input, RGB input, and TV audio/video When it is not flashing
Display Resolution: output.
1,366 dots (horizontal) × 768 lines (vertical)
1 Check the items in the tables below.
/ 2 (SMARTLINK)
Power Consumption: 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including
2 If the problem still persists, have your TV serviced by qualified service personnel.
143 W audio/video input, RGB input, selectable audio/video
Standby Power Consumption: output, and SmartLink interface. Picture
0.5 W or less / 3
Dimensions (w × h × d): 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including Problem Cause/Remedy
Approx. 808.0 × 587.8 × 308.2 mm (with stand) audio/video input, RGB input, and audio/video output
Approx. 808.0 × 549.4 × 110.5 mm (without stand) which currently appears on the screen. No picture (screen is dark) and • Check the aerial connection.
Mass: 4 no sound • Connect the TV to the mains, and press 1 on the TV (right side).
Approx. 22.7 kg (with stand) Supported formats: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i • If the 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press TV "/1.
Approx. 18.7 kg (without stand) Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync
No picture or no menu • Check that the optional equipment is on and press / repeatedly until
(KDL-V40A11E) PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
information from equipment the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen.
Power Requirements: PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
4 connected to the scart • Check the connection between the optional equipment and the TV.
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz

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Screen Size:
40 inches 500 mVrms Distorted picture • Check if any connected optional equipment is installed in front of the TV or
Approx. 101.5 cm measured diagonally Impedance: 47 kilo ohms beside the TV. When installing optional equipment, leave some space
Display Resolution: HDMI IN 5 between the optional equipment and the TV.
1,366 dots (horizontal) × 768 lines (vertical) Video: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i • When changing programmes or selecting Text, turn off any equipment
Power Consumption: Audio: Two channel linear PCM
connected to the scart connector on the rear of the TV.
228 W 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits,
Standby Power Consumption: or analogue audio input (phono jacks) Double images or ghosting • Check aerial/cable connections.
0.5 W or less 6 S video input (4-pin mini DIN) • Check the aerial location and direction.
Dimensions (w × h × d): 6 Video input (phono jack)
Approx. 1,014.4 × 722.7 × 370.3 mm (with stand) 6 Audio input (phono jacks) Only snow and noise appear • Check if the aerial is broken or bent.
Approx. 1,014.4 × 683.3 × 121.3 mm (without stand) Audio output (Left/Right) (phono jacks) on the screen • Check if the aerial has reached the end of its serviceable life (three to five
Mass: i Headphones jack years in normal use, one to two years at the seaside).
Approx. 34.0 kg (with stand) CAM (Conditional Access Module) slot
MODEM Picture (dotted lines or stripes) • Keep the TV away from electrical noise sources such as cars, motorcycles,
Approx. 27.5 kg (without stand)
Modem jack (not supported on this TV) noise or hair-dryers.
Panel System • Make sure that the aerial is connected using the supplied coaxial cable.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel Sound Output
• Keep the aerial cable away from other connecting cables.
10 W + 10 W
TV System • Do not use a 300-ohm twin lead cable as interference may occur.
Analogue: Depending on your country/region selection: Supplied Accessories
B/G/H, D/K, L, I • Remote RM-ED001 (1)
Digital: DVB-T • Size AA batteries (R6 type) (2)
• Coaxial cable (1)
Colour/Video System • Mains lead (Type C-6) (1)
Analogue: PAL, SECAM • Cable holder (1)
NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In) • Support belt (1) and screws (2)
Digital: MPEG-2 MP@ML
Optional Accessories
Aerial • Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL31 (for KDL-V32A11E)
75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF SU-PW2 (for KDL-V40A11E)
Channel Coverage • TV stand SU-FF51
Analogue: VHF: E2–E12 Design and specifications are subject to change
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UHF: E21–E69 without notice.


Problem Cause/Remedy General
Picture noise when viewing a • Select “Manual Programme Preset” in the “Set Up” menu and adjust “AFT”
TV channel (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better picture reception (page 34). Problem Cause/Remedy
• Select “Noise Reduction” in the “Picture Adjustment” menu to reduce the
The TV turns off automatically • Check if the Sleep Timer function is activated (page 30).
noise in the picture (page 24).
(the TV enters standby mode) • Check if the Auto Shutoff is activated (page 30).
Stripe noise during playback/ • Video head interference. Keep your VCR away from the TV. • If no signal is received or no operation is performed in the TV mode for 10
recording of a VCR • Leave a space of 30 cm between your VCR and the TV to avoid noise. minutes, the TV automatically switches to standby mode.
• Avoid installing your VCR in front of the TV or beside the TV.
Some input sources cannot be • Select “AV Preset” in the “Set Up” menu and cancel “Skip” of the input
Some tiny black points and/or • The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny black points and/or selected source (page 33).
bright points on the screen bright points (pixels) on the screen do not indicate a malfunction.
The remote does not function • Check that the remote is set correctly for the equipment you are using.
No colour on programmes • Select “Reset” in the “Picture Adjustment” menu to return to the factory • If the remote does not operate the equipment even when the remote has been
settings (page 24). set correctly to the equipment, enter the necessary code set as explained in
“Programming the remote” (page 41).
No colour or irregular colour • Check the connection of the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 4. • Replace the batteries.
when viewing a signal from the • Make sure that the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 4 are firmly seated in their
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 4 respective sockets. Wrong characters appear • Select “Language” and “Country” in the “Set Up” menu and set the
when viewing the menu/Text/ language and country/region in which Text/NexTView is provided
NexTView (page 31). For Cyrillic languages, we recommended that you select Russia
Sound if your own country/region does not appear in the list.
The 1 (standby) indicator • Digital programme is set for “Timer REC”. For details, see “Checking the
Problem Cause/Remedy
flashes Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)” on page 18.
No sound, but good picture • Press 2 +/- or % (Mute).
• Check that “Speaker” is set to “On” in the “Features” menu (page 28).
Noisy sound • See the “Picture (dotted lines or stripes) noise” causes/remedies on page 44.

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Audio distortion • See “Audio Filter” on page 35.

Channels
Problem Cause/Remedy
The desired channel cannot be • Switch between digital and analogue mode and select the desired digital/
selected analogue channel.
Some channels are blank • Scrambled/Subscription only channel. Subscribe to the Pay Per View
service.
• Channel is used only for data (no picture or sound).
• Contact the broadcaster for transmission details.
Digital channel is not displayed • Check that the aerial is plugged directly into the TV (not through other
equipment).
• Contact a local installer to find out if digital transmissions are provided in
your area.
• Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL

2-2. STAND REMOVAL

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2-3. BRACKET REMOVAL

2-4. LOUDSPEAKER REMOVAL

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2-5. FAN REMOVAL

2-6. A2 BOARD REMOVAL

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2-7. BL, N and NP1 BOARD REMOVAL

2-8. G3L BOARD REMOVAL

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2-9. H7 BOARD REMOVAL

2-10. H8 BOARD REMOVAL

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2-11. H6 BOARD REMOVAL

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2-12.SERVICE POSITION

1. Remove the rear cover (See 2-1).


2. Remove the main brackets (See 2-3).
3. Disconnect the harnesses connected to boards beneath the main shield case (NP1, BL and N boards). Remove the main shield case.
4. Remove the NP1, BL and N boards (See 2-7).
5. Remove the A2 board (See 2-6).
6. Place a support of approx 35cm high as close as possible to the TV set as shown below.

35cm

7. Arrange the removed circuit boards as shown in the picture. Reconnect the interconnecting harnesses to the circuit boards.
Note: Two new cables are needed to connect the boards in the service position
Cable 1: Part Number: 9-948-020-73 G3L board CN6200, CN6201 to NP1 board CN5801, CN5802
Cable 2: Part Number: 9-948-020-72 N board CN3402 to A2 board CN5105

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8. The boards are now arranged properly in the service position. If access is required to the underside of the A2 board then an interface (IF)
board is needed.

IF Board Side A IF Board Side B


IF Board Part Number: 9-948-020-71

9. Using the IF board the A2 board can then be mounted vertically as shown in the picture below.

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SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS

3-1. How to enter Service Mode 3-2-2. Y signal AD calibration of CCPX decode.
(Also see 3-2-2(a))
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the
supplied remote Commander RM-ED001. 1. Check “TIMING_INDEX”=5 (AV_CVBS_PAL).
2. Input 0 IRE black full field with burst.
3. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_Y” command from ECS.
1. Turn on the power to the TV set and enter into the stand-by 4. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the
mode. standard below.
2. Press the following sequence of buttons on the Remote
Commander.
ITEM STANDARD

PW_INPUT_Y 16+-5
i+ 5 + TV I/
(ON SCREEN (DIGIT 5) (VOLUME +) (TV) 5. Input 100 IRE white full field with burst.
DISPLAY)
6. Send “ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO” command from ECS.
3. Press ‘MENU’ on the remote commander to obtain the following The CP13_CVBS_Y_LEV registration of the video range is
menu on the screen. adjusted automatically by this command
Adjustment value is also copied in to the proper NVM area.
7. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the
standard below.

ITEM STANDARD

PW_INPUT_Y 215+-5

3-2-3. C signal AD calibration of CCPX decode.


(Also see 3-2-3(a))
4. Move to the Service icon using the up or down arrow button on
the remote commander 1. Check “TIMING_INDEX”=5 (AV_CVBS_PAL).
5. Press the right arrow button to enter into the required menu item. 2. Input 0 IRE black full field with burst.
6. Press the ‘Menu’ button on the Remote Commander to quit the 3. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_Y” command from ECS.
Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.
4. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the
Note : standard below.
• After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the
customer accessing the ‘Service Menu’ switch the TV set OFF ITEM STANDARD
and then ON. PW_INPUT_CB 128+-5

3-2. Signal Level Adjustment


(Also see 3-2(a)) 5. Input blue full field with burst.
6. Send “ ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO” command from ECS.

3-2-1. Check AD (CCPX case) calibration The CP14_CVBS_C_LEV registration of the video range is
registration items.(Also see 3-2-1(a)) adjusted automatically by this command
Adjustment value is also copied in to the proper NVM area.
This adjustment is done using ECS.
7. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within
the standard below.
1. Select AV1 and input PAL signal.
2. Change the TV Picture Mode to 1 (Custom).
ITEM STANDARD
3. Set the following registration items.
PW_INPUT_CB 210+-2
TARGET_PW_IN_Y 215
8. Input red full field with burst.
ADJ_Y_DEADBAND 2
9. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_CR” command from ECS.
ADJ_Y_LOOPATTEN 10 10. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CR” is within
TARGET_PW_IN_C 215 the standard below.

ADJ_C_DEADBAND 2
ITEM STANDARD
ADJ_C_LOOPATTEN 10
PW_INPUT_CR 210+-2
AD_ADJ_TIME_OUT 128

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3-2-4. Check AD (Component case) calibration 8. Input red full field with burst.
registration items.(Also see 3-2-4(a)) 9. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_CR” command from ECS.
10. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CR” is within
1. Connect component signal into Component input 575i signal.
the standard below.
2. Change the TV Picture Mode to 1 (Custom).
Component input is as follows:-
ITEM STANDARD
AV3: 26”
AV4: 32”/40”/42”/50” PW_INPUT_CR 210+-2
3. Input 0 IRE black full field with burst into AV3.

3-2-5. Y signal AD calibration of component input 3-3. White Balance Adjustment


(Also see 3-3(a))
(Also see 3-2-5(a))
1. Check “TIMING_INDEX”=24 (Component/575i). This adjustment is done using ECS.
2. Input 0 IRE black full field. (No burst).
3-3-1. White Balance of Colour Temperature “Cool”
3. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_Y” command from ECS. (Also see 3-3-1(a))
4. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the
standard below. 1. Select AV1 and input a PAL 100% white full field CVBS signal.
2. Set the following registration items.
ITEM STANDARD

PW_INPUT_Y 16+-5 PICTURE_MODE 2(Custom)

COLORTONE 0(Cool)
5. Input 100 IRE white full field with burst.
CONTRAST 100(Max)
6. Send “ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO” command from ECS.
The CP0A_CPNT_Y_LEV registration of the video range is BRIGHTNESS 50(Center)
adjusted automatically by this command DYNA_PICT 0(Off)
Adjustment value is also copied in to the proper NVM area.
DC_TRAN 0
7. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the
standard below. GAMMA 0

U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max)
ITEM STANDARD
ECO_MODE 1(Standard)
PW_INPUT_Y 215+-5
DCI 0(Off)

3-2-6. C signal AD calibration of component input 3. Set data as in chart below.


(Also see 3-2-6(a))
1. Check “TIMING_INDEX”=24 (Component/575i). R_DRIVE 128
2. Input 0 IRE black full field. (No burst).
G_DRIVE 128(Fix)
3. Send “READ_PW_INPUT_CB” command from ECS.
4. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the B_DRIVE 128
standard below. R_BKG 128

G_BKG 128
ITEM STANDARD
B_BKG 128
PW_INPUT_CB 128+-5

NOTE:
5. Input blue full field with burst. DO NOT SAVE.
6. Send “ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO” command from ECS.
The CP0B_CPNT_C_LEV registration of the video range is 4. Input 70 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input.
adjusted automatically by this command 5. Adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE until getting high light
adjustment value below.
Adjustment value is also copied in to the proper NVM area.
7. Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the Official Color Temp: 12000K-6MPCD
standard below. 40" Range

x 0.2728
ITEM STANDARD
0.6JND
y 0.2744
PW_INPUT_CB 210+-2
Y - N/A

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6. Input 20 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input. 6. Input 20 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input.
7. Adjust R_BKG and B_BKG until getting low light 7. Adjust R_BKG and B_BKG until getting low light
adjustment value below. adjustment value below.

Official Color Temp: 12000K-6MPCD Official Color Temp: 9300K-0MPCD


40" Range 40" Range

x 0.2728 x 0.2848
0.8JND 0.8JND
y 0.2744 y 0.2932

Y - N/A Y - N/ A

8. Repeat steps 2 to 7 until high and low light values are within 8. Repeat steps 2 to 7 until high and low light values are within
specification. specification.
9. Do “Color Save”. 9. Do “Color Save”.

3-3-2. White Balance of Colour Temperature 3-3-3. White Balance of Colour Temperature
“Neutral”(Also see 3-3-2(a)) “Warm”(Also see 3-3-3(a))

1. Select AV1 and input a PAL 100% white full field CVBS signal. 1. Select AV1 and input a PAL 100% white full field CVBS signal.
2. Set the following registration items. 2. Set the following registration items.

PICTURE_MODE 2(Custom) PICTURE_MODE 2(Custom)

COLORTONE 1(Neutral) COLORTONE 2(Warm)

CONTRAST 100(Max) CONTRAST 100(Max)

BRIGHTNESS 50(Center) BRIGHTNESS 50(Center)

DYNA_PICT 0(Off) DYNA_PICT 0(Off)

DC_TRAN 0 DC_TRAN 0

GAMMA 0 GAMMA 0

U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max) U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max)

ECO_MODE 1(Standard) ECO_MODE 1(Standard)

DCI 0(Off) DCI 0(Off)

3. Set data as in chart below. 3. Set data as in chart below.

R_DRIVE 128
R_DRIVE 128
G_DRIVE 128(Fix)
G_DRIVE 128(Fix)
B_DRIVE 128
B_DRIVE 128
R_BKG 128
R_BKG 128
G_BKG 128
G_BKG 128
B_BKG 128
B_BKG 128

NOTE: NOTE:
DO NOT SAVE. DO NOT SAVE.

4. Input 70 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input. 4. Input 70 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input.
5. Adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE until getting high light 5. Adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE until getting high light
adjustment value below. adjustment value below.

Official Color Temp: 9300K-0MPCD Official Color Temp: 8000K-0MPCD


40" Range
40" Range
x 0.2952
x 0.2848
0.6JND
0.6JND
y 0.3047
y 0.2932
Y - N/ A
Y - N/A

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6. Input 20 IRE SPECIAL gray full field signal into video input.
7. Adjust R_BKG and B_BKG until getting low light
adjustment value below.

Official Color Temp: 8000K-0MPCD


40" Range

x 0.2952
0.8JND
y 0.3047

Y - N/A

8. Repeat steps 2 to 7 until high and low light values are within
specification.
9. Do “Color Save”.

3-4. PANEL REPLACEMENT


When replacing the panel please readjust the W/B (See page 25).

3-5. BOARD REPLACEMENT

3-5-1. P BOARD REPLACEMENT


When replacing the P board no adjustment is necessary just read the
serial number label and update with Unison.

3-5-2. BL BOARD REPLACEMENT


When replacing the BL board please readjust the W/B (See page 25)
and readjust the ADC (See page 24).

3-5-3. A2 BOARD REPLACEMENT


When replacing the A2 board please readjust the ADC (See page 24).

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3-2(a). ADJUSTMENT OF SIGNAL LEVEL

3-2-1(a). Check AD calibration registration items

(1) Select AV1 and input PAL signal and change picture mode to 1(Custom). 3-2-3(a). C signal AD calibration of CCPX decode

(2) GO TO service mode and press " MENU". (1) Input 0 IRE black full field with burst.

SService Menu SService Menu (2) Proceed as follows.


3-2-2 (1) Black full field signal. When using a LEADER 408NPS,
Service Menu Service Menu set to 0 IRE, and turn "LUMINANCE" off. Do not use SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
Special Menu Special Menu the Luminance amplitude menu. A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CBCancel
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: OK
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CR
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.

Service Service

Service Service Service

3-2-2(a). Y signal AD calibration of CCPX decode

(1) Input 0 IRE black full field with burst in AV1. (3) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column. 1RWH ,QWKHFDVHWKDW9*LVXVHG
(2)Proceed as follows. VHW5 * % 
Item Standard
%OXH
PW_INPUT_CB 128±5
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
,5(
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal) (4) Input blue full field with burst. &KURPDYSS
Model/Version/ETI info.
,5(
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y Cancel (5) Proceed as follows.
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0 Ok
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
White Balance A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
White Balance Adj. Model/Version/ETI info.
EEPROM Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CB
SECAM Offset Adj. A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: 0
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_V Cancel
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CROK
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
Service Service Service
EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.

(3) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the standard of following column.

Item Standard
PW_INPUT_Y 16±5 Service Service Service

(4) Input 100 IRE white full field with burst.

SService Menu SService Menu (6) Adjustment value also is copied in the proper NVM area.
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal)

READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y (7) Proceed as follows.


PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0
ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO Cancel SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
Ok A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CBCancel
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: OK
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CR
Service Service White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.

Service Service Service


(5) Adjustment value also is copied in the proper NVM area.

(6) Proceed as follows.


1RWH ,QWKHFDVHWKDW9*LVXVHG
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu (8) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column. VHW5 * % 
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal)
Model/Version/ETI info. Item Standard 5HG
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y Cancel PW_INPUT_CB 210±2
,5(
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0 Ok &KURPDYSS
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance (9) Input red full field with burst. ,5(
White Balance Adj.
EEPROM SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
SECAM Offset Adj. A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CB
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: 0
Service Service Service A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CRCancel
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: OK
(7) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the standard of following column. EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.
Item Standard
PW_INPUT_Y 215±5

Service Service Service

(10) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column.

Item Standard
PW_INPUT_CR 210±2

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3-2-4(a). Check AD calibration registration items

(1) Select AV6 and input component 576i signal and change picture mode to 1(Custom). 3-2-6(a). C signal AD calibration of componet input

(2) GO TO service mode and press " MENU". (1) Input 0 IRE black full field with burst.

SService Menu SService Menu Black full field signal (2) Proceed as follows.
When using a LEADER 408NPS,
Service Menu Service Menu set to 0 IRE, and turn "LUMINANCE" off. SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
Special Menu Special Menu Do not use the Luminance amplitude menu. A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Signal output level (blue full field) Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CBCancel
Y level should be 0.080Vpp A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: OK
CB level should be 0.350Vpp A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CR
Signal output level (red ffull field) White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
Y level should be 0.209Vpp EEPROM
CR level should be 0.350Vpp SECAM Offset Adj.

Service Service

Service Service Service

3-2-5(a). Y signal AD calibration of component input

(1) Input 0 IRE black full field with burst in AV6. (3) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column.

(2) Proceed as follows. Item Standard


PW_INPUT_CB 128±5
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal) (4) Input blue full field with burst.
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y Cancel (5) Proceed as follows.
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0 Ok
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
White Balance A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
White Balance Adj. Model/Version/ETI info.
EEPROM Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CB
SECAM Offset Adj. A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: 0
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_V Cancel
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CROK
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
Service Service Service EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.

(3) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the standard of following column.

Item Standard
PW_INPUT_Y 16±5 Service Service Service

(4) Input 100 IRE white full field with burst.

SService Menu SService Menu (6) Adjustment value also is copied in the proper NVM area.
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal)

READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y (7) Proceed as follows.


PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0
ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO Cancel SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
Ok A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CBCancel
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: OK
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CR
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: 0
Service Service
EEPROM
SECAM Offset Adj.

(5) Adjustment value also is copied in the proper NVM area.

(6) Proceed as follows.


Service Service Service
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
A/D Converter (Y signal) A/D Converter (Y signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_Y READ_PW_INPUT_Y Cancel (8) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column.
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_Y: 0 PW_INPUT_Y: 0 Ok
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_Y_LEVEL_VIDEO Item Standard
White Balance PW_INPUT_CB 210±2
White Balance Adj.
EEPROM (9) Input red full field with burst.
SECAM Offset Adj.
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
A/D Converter (C signal) A/D Converter (C signal)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Service Service Service Aging mode READ_PW_INPUT_CB READ_PW_INPUT_CB
A/D Converter (Y signal) PW_INPUT_CB: 0 PW_INPUT_CB: 0
A/D Converter (C signal) ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO ADJUST_C_LEVEL_VIDEO
(7) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_Y” is within the standard of following column. White Balance READ_PW_INPUT_CR READ_PW_INPUT_CRCancel
White Balance Adj. PW_INPUT_CR: 0 PW_INPUT_CR: OK
Item Standard EEPROM
PW_INPUT_Y 215±5
SECAM Offset Adj.

Service Service Service

(10) Check that the detection value of “PW_INPUT_CB” is within the standard of following column.

Item Standard
PW_INPUT_CR 210±2

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AT2X
RM-ED001
3-3(a). WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT (ALL AT2X except PDP W50)
SService Menu SService Menu
3-3-1(a). White balance of Color temperature “Cool”
White Balance
Model/Version/ETI info.
(1) White balance of Colour tone "Cool".
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|----------
1) Select Video input.(AV1) A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF)
2) Adjustment Settings White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0
-PICTURE_MODE = 2 (Custom) White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 0 |--------------------
-ColorTone = 0(Cool) EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 5 ----------|----------
-Set data in right chart. SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD)
caution: DON'T DO ANY SAVE. DCI: 0(OFF)
Input 70 IRE gray full field signal in Video input.

Items Setting data *Set in numerical order. High light adjustment value (for Cool) Service Service
1 CONTRAST 100(Max) = Official CollerTemp:12000K -6MPCD
2 BRIGHTNESS 50(Center) Items Setting data x y Backlight: 10 --------------------|
3 DYNA_PICT 0(Off) R_DRIVE 128 0.2728 0.2744
4 DC_TRAN 0 G_DRIVE 128(Fix) SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
5 GAMMA 0 Initial B_DRIVE 128 Low light adjustment value (for Cool) White Balance White Balance
6 U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max) Value R_BKG 128 = Official CollerTemp:12000K -6MPCD Model/Version/ETI info.
7 ECO_MODE 1(Standard) G_BKG 128 x y
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|---------- CONTRAST: 50 ----------|----------
8 DCI 0(Off) B_BKG 128 0.2728 0.2744
A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|---------- BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF)
White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0 DC_TRAN: 0
White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 0 GAMMA: 0
EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 10 --------------------| U_BACKLIGHT: 10 --------------------|
SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD) ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD)
White Balance Adj. White Balance Adj.
DCI: 0(OFF) DCI: 0(ECO MODE)
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool) COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool)
A/D Converter (Y signal) R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|---------- R_DRIVE: 1(Neutral)
A/D Converter (C signal) G_DRIVE 130 ----------|---------- G_DRIVE 2(Warm) Service Service Service
White Balance setting B_DRIVE 130 ----------|---------- B_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
White Balance Adj. R_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- R_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
EEPROM G_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- G_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
SECAM Offset Adj. B_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- B_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu
Colour save Colour save White Balance White Balance
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|---------- CONTRAST: 50 ----------|----------
Service Service Service A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|---------- BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF)
White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0 DC_TRAN: 0
White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 0 GAMMA: 0
EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 10 --------------------| U_BACKLIGHT: 10 --------------------|
SService Menu SService Menu SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD) ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD)
White Balance DCI: 0(OFF) DCI: 1(ON)
Model/Version/ETI info. 0(OFF)
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|----------
Service Service Service
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 1(ON)
White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0(OFF)
White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 3
EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 5 ----------|----------
SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD) 3) Adjust R_DRIVE, B_DRIVE until High light adjustment value.
DCI: 0(OFF)
SService Menu SService Menu
White Balance Adj.
Model/Version/ETI info.
Service Service Aging mode COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool)
A/D Converter (Y signal) R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) G_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
White Balance setting B_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
SService Menu SService Menu White Balance Adj. R_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
White Balance EEPROM G_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
Model/Version/ETI info. SECAM Offset Adj. B_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|---------- Colour save
A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF)
White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0(OFF) Service Service
White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 1
R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|----------
EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 2
SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 3
4) Input 20 IRE gray full field signal in Video input.
DCI: 0(OFF)
5) Adjust R_BKG, B_BKG until Low light adjustment value.

SService Menu SService Menu


Service Service White Balance Adj.
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool)
A/D Converter (Y signal) R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|----------
SService Menu SService Menu
A/D Converter (C signal) G_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
White Balance White Balance setting B_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
Model/Version/ETI info. White Balance Adj. R_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
Aging mode CONTRAST: 50 ----------|---------- EEPROM G_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (Y signal) BRIGHTNESS: 50 ----------|---------- SECAM Offset Adj. B_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) DYNA_PICT: 0(OFF) Colour save
White Balance setting DC_TRAN: 0
White Balance Adj. GAMMA: 0
EEPROM U_BACKLIGHT: 5 ----------|---------- Service Service
SECAM Offset Adj. ECO_MODE: 1(STANDARD)
DCI: 0(OFF) R_BKG 130 ----------|----------

<case-1>
R_BKG=127 OK R_BKG=130 ->Shift-> 128
Service Service G_BKG=128 OK G_BKG=128 ->Shift-> 126
B_BKG=126 OK B_BKG=126 ->Shift-> 124
Gamma Correction: MIN |--------------------
6) Repeat step 2)윟5)
until it is in High and Low light adjusutment value.

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AT2X
RM-ED001
7) Do "Color Save".

SService Menu SService Menu SService Menu


White Balance Adj. White Balance Adj.
Model/Version/ETI info.
Aging mode COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool) COLOR_TONE: 0(Cool)
A/D Converter (Y signal) R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|---------- R_DRIVE: 130 ----------|----------
A/D Converter (C signal) G_DRIVE 130 ----------|---------- G_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
White Balance setting B_DRIVE 130 ----------|---------- B_DRIVE 130 ----------|----------
White Balance Adj. R_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- R_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
EEPROM G_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- G_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
SECAM Offset Adj. B_BKG: 130 ----------|---------- B_BKG: 130 ----------|----------
Colour save Colour save Cancel
OK

Service Service Service

3-3-2(a) White balance of Colour tone "Neutral".

1) Select Video input.(AV1) Items Setting data *Set in numerical order. High light adjustment value (for Neutral)
1 CONTRAST 100(Max) = Official CollerTemp:9300K 0MPCD
2) Adjustment Settings 2 BRIGHTNESS 50(Center) Items Setting data x y
-PICTURE_MODE = 2 (Custom) 3 DYNA_PICT 0(Off) R_DRIVE 128 0.2848 0.2932
-ColorTone = 1(Neutral) 4 DC_TRAN 0 G_DRIVE 128(Fix)
-Set data in right chart. 5 GAMMA 0 Initial B_DRIVE 128 Low light adjustment value (for Neutral)
caution: DON'T DO ANY SAVE. 6 U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max) Value R_BKG 128 = Official CollerTemp:9300K 0MPCD
Input 70 IRE gray full field signal in Video input. 7 ECO_MODE 1(Standard) G_BKG 128 x y
8 DCI 0(Off) B_BKG 128 0.2848 0.2932

3) Adjust R_DRIVE, B_DRIVE until High light adjustment value.

4) Input 20 IRE gray full field signal in Video input.

5) Adjust R_BKG, B_BKG until Low light adjustment value.


<case-1>
R_BKG=127 OK R_BKG=130 ->Shift-> 128
G_BKG=128 OK G_BKG=128 ->Shift-> 126
B_BKG=126 OK B_BKG=126 ->Shift-> 124

6) Repeat step 2)윟5)


until it is in High and Low light adjusutment value.

7) Do "Color Save".

3-3-3(a) White balance of Colour tone "Warm".


High light adjustment value (for Warm)
1) Select Video input.(AV1) Items Setting data *Set in numerical order. = Official CollerTemp:6500 0MPCD
1 CONTRAST 100(Max) x y
2) Adjustment Settings 2 BRIGHTNESS 50(Center) Items Setting data 0.3135 0.3236
-PICTURE_MODE = 2 (Custom) 3 DYNA_PICT 0(Off) R_DRIVE 128
-ColorTone = 2(Warm) 4 DC_TRAN 0 G_DRIVE 128(Fix) Low light adjustment value (for Warm)
-Set data in right chart. 5 GAMMA 0 Initial B_DRIVE 128 = Official CollerTemp:7000 0MPCD
caution: DON'T DO ANY SAVE. 6 U_BACKLIGHT 10(Max) Value R_BKG 128 x y
Input 70 IRE gray full field signal in Video input. 7 ECO_MODE 1(Standard) G_BKG 128 0.3063 0.3165
8 DCI 0(Off) B_BKG 128

3) Adjust R_DRIVE, B_DRIVE until High light adjustment value.

4) Input 20 IRE gray full field signal in Video input.

5) Adjust R_BKG, B_BKG until Low light adjustment value.


<case-1>
R_BKG=127 OK R_BKG=130 ->Shift-> 128
G_BKG=128 OK G_BKG=128 ->Shift-> 126
B_BKG=126 OK B_BKG=126 ->Shift-> 124

6) Repeat step 2)윟5)


until it is in High and Low light adjusutment value.

7) Do "Color Save".

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)

IC4804

A2 ( )
INPUT/OUTPUT, MULTIPLEXER/DEMULTIPLEXER
CN4801 AV SWITCH, A TUNER YS-TXT BLK3
11 12 SWITCH
1 RES DIGITAL VERSION Q4601
FSW-AUTO BLK2
2 VIN 13 15
3 MD2 AV-FAB BUFFER BLK1 IC4803 SWITCH
14
4 P-TXD Q4801 RGB1/2 SW RGB(SW) Q4602
RGB SW0 CN4601
TO BN 5 P-RXD 10 RGB1/RGB2(SW) R1
2 8 AV1-R-OUT R OUT 1
BOARD 6 P-RES RGB SW1
CN1008 MUTING FOR LINE 9 B1
7 B-INT 7 11 AV1-R-IN R IN 2
8 RXD OUTPUTS RGB1/RGB2(SW) G1
12 16 AV1-L-OUT L OUT 3
9 TXD Q4305
SWITCH D4304 Q4314 Q4315 R R2
10 GND SWITCH BUFFER SWITCH 6 9 AV1-L-IN L IN 6
IC4802 G B2
3 14 B1 BLUE 7
CN4802 Q4304 D4302 Q4316 Q4317 RGB3/TEXT
IC4102 AUDIO LINE IC4301 B G2
1 GND MULTISOUND SWITCH BUFFER SWITCH RGB3-TEXT-SW 5 1 MODE 1 MODE 8 SCART
SOUND PROCESSOR OUTPUTS OP AMP 2
18 GND PROCESSOR 1
L R3 G1 GREEN 11
2 TXD SC1-OUT-L 37 6 B- IN J4602 7 8
17 TXD R AUDIO OUT B3 R1 RED 15
SC1-OUT-R 36 2 A- IN 12 11
3 RXD LINE R
RESET 1 Y/G G3 BLK1 BLK1 16
16 RXD 21 Q4301 3 A+ IN IC4801 3 16
TO BN IC4101 N/TEXT SW
15 B-INT LINE L PB/B AV1-V-OUT VIDEO OUT 19
BOARD INVERTER AUDIO 5 B+ IN 7 5
CN1002 12 P-RES R-TXT
CLOCK OUT +9V 9 PR/R YUV/YC AV1 AV1-V-IN VIDEO IN 20
10 P-RXD 4 OUT IN 2 74 6
B-TXT SWITCH
9 P-TXD HD-R 14 X X1
FM/AM SC2-IN-R 54 3 1
8 MD2 59 G-TXT
HD-L 1 Y Y1 SWITCH
5 VIN SC2-IN-L 53 5 14
Q4603
60 N-TEXT-SW
4 RES Q4901, Q4902 2 N-PB
IF-IN1 XTAL-IN 71 11
BUFFER & 67 SWITCH
LIMITER X4101 7 N-PR Q4604
8
CN5107 XTAL-OUT 72 CN4602
IC4107 12 N-Y
TO RF SPLITTER 2 SPLITTER-CONT 16 AV2-R-OUT R OUT 1
78 DIGITAL SHUNT REGULATOR
CN901 CONTROL +9V SWITCH AV2-R-IN R IN 2
OUT 0 39 1 8
CN4002 SDA-P2 REF Q4308
3 SDA AV2-L-OUT L OUT 3
3 AC RLY 6
SCL-P2
2 SCL SWITCH AV2-L-IN L IN 6
16 PANEL ON Q4309
57 SC2-IN-R B2 BLUE 7
12 REC ON
IC4107 AV2
TO NP1 58 SC2-IN-L MODE 2 MODE 8
8 FAN ERR SHUNT REGULATOR
BOARD SCART
42 SC3-OUT-L DACA-R A-OUT +3.3V SMART LINK 10 2
CN5804 10 FAN DRIVE 24 3 A+ IN 1
SWITCH
41 SC3-OUT-R DACA-L B-OUT G2 GREEN 11
17 THERMO1 25 5 B+ IN 7 Q4312
76 R2 RED 15
18 N5V CONT
HEADPHONE OUTPUTS BLK2 BLK2 16

CN5102 AV2-V-OUT VIDEO OUT 19


A33 N5V CONT
AV2-V-IN VIDEO IN 20
A12 THERMO1

B12 FAN DRIVE

B20 FAN-ERR-2 SWITCH


Q4605
B21 REC-ON
TU4920 TUNER ANALOGUE TUNER SWITCH
A22 PANEL-ON Q4606
CN4603
B31 AC-RLY AGC IC4901
AV3 AV3-R-OUT R OUT 1
SCL-P2 SYNC SEPARATOR
B28 LINE MUTE
SDA-P2 VIDEO IN VD BUFFER AV3-R-IN R IN 2
VIDEO BUFFER 6 4
Q4824
A27 HP-MUTE VIDEO Q4926 BUFFER
PH OSC Q4404 AV3-L-OUT L OUT 3
FM/AM 8 1
A26 HP-DET IC4402
QSS RESET AV3-L-IN L IN 6
SERIAL BUS BUFFER AMP
B34 N-TEXT-SW Q4402, Q4403 B3 BLUE 7
IC5201 7
B2 RGB3 TXT SW IC4403
AUDIO/VIDEO SWITCH SCL1 MODE 3 MODE 8 SCART
6 MICRO-CONTROLLER
B22 HDMI-RESET SCL-P2 AV1-R-IN IC4406 IC4409 3
BUFFER 33 SCL RTV 64 SDA1 INVP-WP RESET G3 GREEN 11
5 98 73 AND GATE AND GATES
A20 V-SYNC-IN Q4921 SDA-P2 AV1-V-IN IC4410
34 SDA TV 63 ROM BK2 R3 RED 15
83 SCL1 58 2 4 9 FLEXIBLE
B19 H-SYNC-IN AV1-L-IN MEMORY
DRIVER TUNER VIDEO LTV 62 ROM BK1 BLK3 BLK3 16
60 V6 84 SDA1 57 ABK 16
TO J2 A37 SDA-B-3.3V Q4927 MODE 1 IC4404 11 ABK 16
21 TEXT MEM PA1 2 AV3-V-OUT VIDEO OUT 19
BOARD TU-L AV COMPARATOR LINK +3.3V 14 40 1 4 12
B36 SCL-B-3.3V 59 LV6 AV1-L-OUT ENABLE ABK 15 ABK 15
CN5401 L OUT 3 38 AV-L OUT PA2 8 3 AV3-V-IN VIDEO IN 20
TU-R 5 78 39 2 13
A16 SDA-B-5V 61 RV6 AV1-R-OUT 3 PA12
Q4101 R OUT 3 40 AV-L IN PA3 4
SWITCH COMP-R 1 79 38 IC4407 10
A17 SCL-B-5V 31 RV5 PA7
AV1-V-OUT BUFFER AV3-V-MUTE PA4 AND GATE 5
COMP-L V OUT 3 41 80 27 PA15 D0
B29 PAINTER BUSY 29 LV5 Q5201 PA6 21
XTAL IN PA5 IC4408 6
Y-WSS AV2-R-IN 70 28 D1 CN4605
A30 PAINTER INT 30 V5 RV2 11 MEMORY RAM PA5 22
X4401 PA6 7 RCA-Y Y 1
R SUB AV2-L-IN XTAL OUT 23 D2
A35 SCL-D-5V 25 RV4 LV2 9 71 PA11 PA4 23
PA7 1 8 RCA-V V 3
L-SUB AV2-V-IN R TXT 15 D3
B35 SCA-D-5V 23 V4 V2 8 48 PA9 PA3 25
IC4807 IC4805 PA8 2 9 S-DET 6
MODE 2 G TXT 67 D4
A31 PAINTER RESET GAIN-ADJ-SYNC-SEP OP AMP (210MHz) BUFFER BUFFER COMP-R 13 47 PA8 PA2 26
56 Y OUT 1 PA9 3 10 RCA-C C 5
SELY-OUT Q5212 Q5205 AV2-R-OUT B TXT 66 D5
A23 RESET-N 14 XTAL 23 3 CCP-Y R OUT 2 45 46 PA13 PA1 27
1 PA10 4 11 RCA-L L 8
X4801 IN-H/L1 AV2-L-OUT AGC DEFEAT 65 D6 TO H8
A3 RGB SW0 36 4 BUFFER L OUT 3 43 22 PA15 PA0 28
58 C OUT 1 PA11 7 12 RCA-R R 9 BOARD
Q5206 COINCIDENCE 64 D7 CN9031
B3 RGB SW1 X4802 IC4806 AV2-V-OUT BUFFER 59 PA17 PA10 29
V/Y OUT 2 44 Q5203 PA12 9 23 HP-DET-IN 11
12 CERA OP AMP (210MHz) MSP-RST RESET 37
B4 RGB1/RGB2 SW BUFFER 25 PA16 PSEN
Y OUT 2 SELCB OUT 22 AV3-R-IN AUDIO PA13 10 24 HP-L 12
3 IN4-H 22 3 CCP-CR Q5204 RV3 18 RGB EN 36
B25 THERMAL PROTECT 7 1 PA14 PA11
SELCR OUT AV3-L-IN PA14 11 25 HP-R 14
44 IN3-H 21 5 LV3 16 AV LINK 3 8
B27 SP MUTE +5V 16 PA12 D0 PA9
PR/R ADDRESS AV3-V-IN PA15 12 21 26 A.GND 13
47 IN4-1 20 4 V3 15 AV LINK 4 33
B16 AK-SYS-RST 17 PA7 D1 PA8 (HEADPHONE)
PB/B MODE 3 PA16 13 22 27
1 IN4-2 CCP-CB 20 H SYNC IN 51
B8 SC DT 53 H SYNC PA6 D2 PA13 CN4606
COMPONENT Y/G IC4810 AV3-R-OUT PA17 14 23 28
2 IN4-3 R OUT 1 54 V SINC IN 50 HDMI-PR PR 10
A8 SC SHIFT J4601 INPUT (AV4) AND GATES 55 V SYNC PA5 D3 PA14
R AV3-L-OUT PA0 15 25 29
R VG COMP-R 41 IN3-1 L OUT 1 52 YS-TXT 49 HDMI-PB PB 12
B17 SC LTCH 5 IC5202 52 VDS PA4 D4
B D0 16 26
42 IN3-2 SELV OUT V SYNC IN BI-LATERAL FSN-AUTO 85 HDMI-Y Y 14
L COMP-L 15 6 3
SWITCH
96 PA3 D5
G AV3-V- D1 17 27
CN5110 43 IN3-3 SELH OUT H SYNC IN 86 SCL-B SCLK 4
16 1 7 BUFFER OUT SWITCH CVBS-TXT PA2 D6 TO P
11 AV-FB CR VR COMP-PR V OUT 1 53 1 2
Q5207 +9V Q5202 32 TXT VIDEO D2 18 28 BOARD
25 IN1-1 87 SDA-B SDAT 5
2 PA1 D7 CN9504
1 G/Y CCP-Y PAINTER-INT D3 19 29
CB COMP-PB AV3-V-MUTE 97 INT 88 R 7
26 IN1-2 4 PA0 RD
5 R/V CCP-CR YG-OUT STBY D4 20 32
TO BL 8 89 L 8
BOARD Y COMP-Y INVERTER YG-VV22 +3.3V PA10 WR
3 B/U CCP-CB 27 IN1-3 YG-IN Q4804 RCA-V PAINTER-BUSY D5 31 5
CN1003 9 1 29 BUSY 90 HDMI-RESET 2
9 C-SW RCA-L SCL-D-5V D6
HDMI-Y 2 81 SCL 91
35
7 CVBS/Y RCA-Y SCA-D-5V D7 CN5105
HDMI-PB 3 82 SDA 92
34 SCL-B +3.3V 4
RCA-R RD TO N
HDMI-PR 4 9 BOARD
CN5104 33 SDA-B +3.3V 6
RCA-C WR CN3402
1 SP DIF SCL-B-5V 5 10
18
S-DET PSEN
3 SDA-B-3.3V SDA-B-5V 6 AV SWITCH 19 CN5106
19
RGB SWITCH S1 A17-LN N-PB Y-N 8
4 SCL-B-3.3V 7 3
PAINTER 2 N-PR CR-N 10
8 DAC CSN
TO KD N-Y CB-N 12
9 DAC CLK
BOARD TO N
CN7101 L-SUB L-N 3
10 DAC D BOARD
R-SUB R-N 5 CN3403
11 SYS RST
RESET N 6
12 DMUT
CVBS-N 1
13 THERMAL PROTECT

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2)

1 2

L6102 L6104 T6100 CN6204


4 3
11 11 IC6500 5 13 D6602 17.5V 1
F6001 DIODE
CN6001 L6002 ~ Q6500
FUSE R6004 1 23 2
3 AC(L) 1 2 4 3 - + 10 10 SWITCH
R6005 TO PANEL
R6006 6 7 12 3
6.3 AMP 22
1 AC(N) ~ 10
9 9 7 4
4 3 D6104 Q6501
20
BRIDGE 8 SWITCH D6601
CN6201 RECTIFIER 8 8 DIODE
9 CN6202
4 PSW 1 2 Q6400 9
SWITCH 17.5V 1
T6101
RY6002 10
3 AC RLY 5 13 D6600 2
TO NP1 BOARD 2 PH6500 DIODE
CN5802 1 TU32V 3
AUTOCOUPLER TO PANEL
6 SBY 5V 7 12 4
IC6600
10
Q6106 SHUNT REGULATOR 5
SWITCH PH6474
IC6100 PHOTOCOUPLER 3 2 D6603
HIGH POWER DIODE
Q6107 9
FACTOR
SWITCH
PREREGULATOR
Q6102
IC6101 Q6104 Q6105
2 16 Q6800
SHUNT SWITCH
SWITCH SWITCH
REGULATOR 5 IC6420 IC6422 CN6203
SHUNT T6301
Q6103 REGULATOR 1
3 2 Q6101 3 9 1
10 SWITCH
SWITCH IC6700 D6801 AU 22V 2
11 3 1 16 DIODE TO KD BOARD
2
OCP 16 4 CN7104
14 13 3
1 D6804 AU GND 5
Q6700 15 DIODE
Q6421 VG(L) 20 SWITCH
15 13
SWITCH 2 4
PH6420 14
CN6200
PHOTOCOUPLER VS 22
D6807 SUB 11V 1
Q6429 13 DIODE
SWITCH Q6701
Q6420 Q6431 VG(11) 23 SWITCH 2
SWITCH D6421 SWITCH
SWITCH 12

IC6421 FB 2 11
D6802 SUB 17.5V 5
REGULATOR
V SENSE 1 DIODE
Q6430 10 6 TO NP1 BOARD
3 1 PH6700
SWITCH PH6421 CN5801
Q6426 PHOTOCOUPLER PHOTOCOUPLER D6806 7
SWITCH 2 9 DIODE
Q6428 Q6473 THERMO 1 12
SWITCH SWITCH Q6470 Q6471
SWITCH SWITCH RLY 5V 13

AC OFF DET 14
T6300
IC6800 THERMISTER
1 11 TH6474
1
3
2

2 10

3
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
~
Q6422 4
SWITCH - +
5

~ 5 2 IC6301
SHUNT
3 7
6 REGULATOR
1 8 (OR REG)

4 1

G3L ( )
2
POWER SUPPLY IC6300 3
SWITCHING PH6300
REGULATOR PHOTOCOUPLER

CN5803
1 UNREG 10.5V IC5601 CN5805
EPG +2.5V 5
2 UNREG 10.5V 28
TO A2 BOARD 1 6
CN4001 3 UNREG 10.5V
2
4 UNREG 10.5V 5 Q5601
9
6
PROTECTOR TO N BOARD
3 10
CN5801 MODULE 25 CN3401
1 SUB +17.5V EPG +5V 11
PS5601 20
2 SUB +17.5V 1 1
2
5 SUB +11V EPG +3.3V 2
5 Q5601
6 SUB +11V 6
TO GL3 BOARD IC5630 3
7 SUB +11V 23
CN6200 5V REGULATOR
14 RLY +5V OUT VCC 1
2
12 THERMO 1 5 Q5601
6
15 AC OFF DET Q5703 3
17
BUFFER
16 CN5804
CN5802
N 5V CONT 18
6 STBY 5V 12 13

1 TU33V TU33V 1
TO GL3 BOARD IC5631 STBY 5V 22
CN6201 3 AC RLY Q5605 Q5604 REGULATOR
SWITCH SWITCH STBY 5V 21
4 P SW(-) IC5631 7 EN
TO A2 BOARD
SW 2 THERMO 1 5
ADJUSTABLE VOLTAGE CN4002
REGULATOR PS5602 1 V IN AC OFF DET 6

CN5701 1 V IN
PROTECTOR AC RELAY 3
ON/OFF 2
1 FAN 1 MODULE
3 V OUT REC ON 12
4 FAN 2
FAN ERR 8
IC5705
7 FAN 3
OP AMP
10 FAN 4
3
TO FANS 2 FAN ERR 1
4
5 FAN ERR 2 FAN DRV
1
8 FAN ERR 3

11 FAN ERR 4 Q5701


SWITCH
Q5702
SWITCH
NP1 ( D-D CONVERTERS
DIGITAL VERSION )

- 33 -
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3)

F G R H D L P Q B M V W N J U T K S E

SVD_MODEM

SWITCH
Q3500 IC3504 DTE_RXD
IC3309 IC3306
nPC-EN nPC-EN IN_TS_BCLK SMC_RXD
1 19 1 5 nFE_RST 4 5 DTE_TXD
4 10 9 8
MDI(7) RADD(25) IN_TS_PSYNC SMC_TXD DTE_RTS
18 2 18 19 7 11 12 7 6 5 4

MDI(6) RADD(24) MDO(7) IN_TS_PVAL TU3500 DTE_CTS 3 2 1 CN3500


17 3 17 2 6 13 IC3501 2
TUNER SMART
MDI(5) RADD(23) MDO(6) nSCM_RST INPUT/OUTPUT nSMC_INT CARD AND

GPD-CLK
16 4 16 3 MODEM-EN +5VD-CI IN_TSD(0) 6 BUFFER 3
IC3303 4 8 11 59 SDA MODEM
MDI(4) RADD(22) MDO(5) nMODEM_EN nSMC_RST
15 5 15 4 nCI-EN C1-PWR-EN IN_TSD(1) 1 14
2 1 12 58 SCL
MDI(3) RADD(21) MDO(4) nMODEM_EN
14 6 14 5 nPC-EN IC3804 IC3803 nMODEM-0VR IN_TSD(2) 19
3 3 5 13 57 IF AGC
CN3300 MDI(2) RADD(20) MDO(3) SVD-MODEM 17 18 16 15 7 8 9

R3806
13 7 13 6 CI-BYPASS nC1-0VR IN_TSD(3)
56 MDI7/A25 4 2 DIGITAL IF

nSMC_INT
8 14 54

CTS1B

RXD1B

RXD2B

RTS1B

TXD2B

TXD1B
MDI(1) RADD(19) MDO(2)
55 MDI6/A24 12 8 12 7 CI-BYPASS 2 1 5 10 1 2 4 IN_TSD(4)
5 IC3402 15 53 DIGITAL IF

R3815
54 MDI5/A23 MDI(0) RADD(18) MDO(1)
11 9 11 8 CI-EN MODEM POWER IN_TSD(5)
53 MDI4/A22 12
SWITCH
16
MDO(0)
50 MDI3/A21 IC3314 9 CI-EN IN_TSD(6) SCL_COFDM
13 17 63

PPORT1

PPORT0
49 MDI2/A20 nBYPASS-EN R3810

PPDRT4
GRDYB
GCSB0

GCSB2

RXD1B

RXD2B
PCCARD-EN IN_TSD(7) SDA_COFDM

CTS1B

RTS1B

TXD2B

TXD1B
1

FWEB

FOEB
48 MDI1/A19 1 18 62
IN-TS-BCLK nBYPASS-EN
47 MDI0/A18 7 19 PCCARD-EN IC3201
2
IN-TS-PSYNC 185 224 223 185 137 177 4 91 259 260 223 244 240 183 256 3 174 44 236 27MHz CLOCK
17 VCC 8 RADD(15) DIR FWEB R DATA(15) EMMA-RDATA(15)
13 8 10 186 PWMOUT X3200
18 VPP1 IN-TS-PVAL 257 3 1
9 RADD(17) IOWRB R DATA(14) EMMA-RDATA(14)
51 VCC 12 6 9 196
RADD(16) CLK27M
52 VPP2 R DATA(13) RB3100 EMMA-RDATA(13) 111 5 8
11 194
IC3307
41 MDO7/D15 R DATA(12) EMMA-RDATA(12)
MDO(7) 215
40 MDO6/D14 18
R DATA(11) EMMA-RDATA(11) IC3400
39 MDO5/D13 MDO(6) R DATA(7) 213
17 2 DIGITAL TO
38 MDO4/D12 R DATA(10) EMMA-RDATA(10)
MDO(5) R DATA(6) 23 ANALOGUE
37 MDO3/D11 16 3 RB3101 CONVERTER
R DATA(9) EMMA-RDATA(9)
66 MDO(2) MDO(4) R DATA(5) 21
15 4 AD0
65 MDO(1) R DATA(8) EMMA-RDATA(8) 218 1 CN3403
MDO(3) R DATA(4) 42 IC3401
64 MDO(0) 14 5 ABCK nRESET-N 6
R DATA(7) EMMA-RDATA(7) 238 2 BUFFER
MDO(2) R DATA(3) 195
IC3308 IC3310 13 6 ALRCK DAC_L LEFT_IN 3
R DATA(6) EMMA-RDATA(6) 237 3 8 6 7
nCI-EN nBYPASS-EN MDO(1) R DATA(2) 193
1 1 12 7 RB3102 AMCK DAC_R RIGHT_IN 5
R DATA(5) EMMA-RDATA(5) 258 4 5 2 1
MDI(7) IN-TSD(7) nBYPASS-EN MDO(0) R DATA(1) 214
18 2 2 19 11 8
R DATA(4) EMMA-RDATA(4)
MDI(6) IN-TSD(6) RADD(25) DIR R DATA(0) 234 TO A2
17 3 3 18 1 9 BOARD
R DATA(3) EMMA-RDATA(3) Q3403,
MDI(5) IN-TSD(5) RADD(24) 253 YUV_Y YUV_Y_OUT 8 CN5106
16 4 4 17 nPC-EN 19 270 Q3407,
R DATA(2) EMMA-RDATA(2) Q3410
MDI(4) IN-TSD(4) RADD(23) 22 YC_Y 12
15 5 5 16 RB3103 189
R DATA(1) EMMA-RDATA(1)
MDI(3) IN-TSD(3) RADD(22) IC3315 IC3311 43
Q3404, 10
14 6 6 15 YUV_U YUV_U_OUT
DIR R DATA(0) EMMA-RDATA(0) 272 Q3408,
MDI(2) IN-TSD(2) RADD(21) 9 8 1 41 Q3411 1
13 7 7 14
R DATA(8) INPACKB
MDI(1) IN-TSD(1) RADD(20) 12 11 19 2 82
12 8 8 13
nCIPC-EN

GCBS3 CD(0) R DATA(9) IREQB YUV_V Q3405, YUV_V_OUT


MDI(0) IN-TSD(0) RADD(19) 10 18 3 139 227 Q3409,
11 9 9 12 Q3412
GCBS3 CD(1) R DATA(10) CD1B YC_C
nCI-EN RADD(18) 13 17 4 233 182
19 11
CD(2) R DATA(11) CD2B Q3400,
16 5 2 CVBS CVBS_OUT
251 Q3401,
30 D0 CD(3) R DATA(12) RADD(25) EMMA-RADD(25) Q3406
15 6 107
31 D1
CD(4) R DATA(13) RADD(24) EMMA-RADD(24) VIDEO
32 D2 14 7 105
2 D3 CD(5) R DATA(14) RADD(23) RB3104 EMMA-RADD(23) BUFFERING
13 8 114
3 D4
CD(6) R DATA(15) RADD(22) EMMA-RADD(22)
4 D5 12 9 127
5 D6 CD(7) RADD(21) EMMA-RADD(21)
11 125
6 D7
RADD(20) EMMA-RADD(20)
138 CN3402
IC3301 RB3105
RADD(19) EMMA-RADD(19) SCL-TV SCL 4
60 INPACK nCL WAIT 151 264 TO A2
4 11 BOARD
PCMCI 16 IREQ# RADD(18) EMMA-RADD(18) SDA-TV SDA 6
CARD nIREQ INPACK B 149
IC3100
263 CN5105
36 CD1# 5 16
RADD(17) EMMA-RADD(17) LSI CONTROLLER
67 CD2# nCD1 IREQB 162
6 15
43 VS1# RADD(16) EMMA-RADD(16)
nCD2 CD1B 126
59 WAIT# 7 14 RB3106
RADD(15) EMMA-RADD(15)
VS1 CD2B 113
IC3304 8 13
RADD(14) EMMA-RADD(14)
nCIPC-EN nWAIT VS1B 150
1 9 12
RADD(13) EMMA-RADD(13)
29 A0 CA(0) nCIPC-EN 163
18 19
RADD(12) EMMA-RADD(12)
28 A1 CA(1) RADD(0) IC3312 115
17 2 RB3107
RADD(11) EMMA-RADD(11)
27 A2 CA(2) RADD(1) 4 179
16 3
RADD(10) EMMA-RADD(10)

N 1/2 ( )
26 A3 CA(3) RADD(2) 5 187 DIGITAL
15 4 IC3313 FRONTEND
RADD(9) EMMA-RADD(9)
25 A4 CA(4) RADD(3) nPC-EN 6 170 DIGITAL
14 5 1
nCI-EN RADD(8) EMMA-RADD(8) ONLY
24 A5 CA(5) RADD(4) MIVAL nPC-EN 1 161
13 6 11 19 RB3108
nCI-EN RADD(7) EMMA-RADD(7)
23 A6 CA(6) RADD(5) MISTRT RADD(15) 19 106
12 7 12 7
IN-TS-BCLK RADD(6) EMMA-RADD(6)
22 A7 CA(7) RADD(6) MICLK RADD(17) 7 97
11 8 13 8
IN-TS-PVAL RADD(5) EMMA-RADD(5)
RADD(7) RADD(16) 9 99
9 9
IN-TS-PSYNC RADD(4) EMMA-RADD(4)
8 90
19 MIVAL/A16 RB3109
MIVAL RADD(15) RADD(3) EMMA-RADD(3)
46 MISTRT/A17 11 16 81
20 MCLK1/A15 MISTRT RADD(16) RADD(2) EMMA-RADD(2)
12 15 83
57 MCLK0/VS2#
MICLK RADD(17) RADD(1) EMMA-RADD(1)
63 MOSTRT/STSCHG# 13 14 IC3302 61
62 MOVAL/SPKR# nCIPC-EN RADD(0) RB3110 EMMA-RADD(0)
1 63
45 IOWR#
IC3316 nCIPC-EN VS1B +3V3D CN3400
7 CE1# 19 178
nDELAY-IOWR nIOWR +3V3D 1
15 WE# 10 13 14 GCSB3 GCSB3 NO MATING
2 45 ATX SWITCH
42 CE2# 217
Q3402 ATX 2 CONNECTOR
nCE1 FWEB FWEB
44 IORD# 18 3 137
58 RESET nCARD-WE PCE0B PCE0B
17 4 188
61 REG#
nCE2 IORDB IORDB
33 IOIS16# 16 5 169
nIORD IOWRB IOWRB
IC3305 15 6 171
FOEB PCCARD-RST CARD-RESET CARD-RESET
12 A8 CA(8) 9 13 7 89
18
nCIPC-EN nREG REGB REGB
11 A9 CA(9) 1 12 8 84
17
nCIPC-EN nIOSI16 IOSI1GB IO5I16B
8 A10 CA(10) 19 9 11 1
16
RADD(8)
10 A11 CA(11) 2
15
RADD(9) 254 87 235 216 94 86 80 60 168 159 176 158 167 184 175
21 A12 CA(12) 3 IC3206
14
RADD(10) NAND FLASH IC3700
13 A13 CA(13) 4
MEMORY
13 DIFFERENTIAL LINE DRIVER
RADD(11) L3700 CN3701
14 A14 CA(14) 5 RDATA(7) NAND-RBB VDO(0)
12 44 7 6 37 TXOUT_D+ 3 4 TXOUT_D+ 1
RADD(12)
9 CARD-OEB 6 RDATA(6) FCSB1 VDO(1) TXOUT_D- TXOUT_D- 2
11 43 9 7 38
RADD(13) 2 1
7 RDATA(5) NAND-CLE VDO(2) L3701
42 16 11
RADD(14) 39 TXOUT_CLK+ 3 4 TXOUT_CLK+ 4
8 RDATA(4) NAND-ALE VDO(3)
41 17 12 TXOUT_CLK- TXOUT_CLK- 5
40
RDATA(3) FWEB VDO(4) 2 1
32 18 14 L3702
RDATA(2) FOEB VDO(5) 41 TXOUT_C+ 3 4 TXOUT_C+ 7 TO BN
31 8 15
TXOUT_C- TXOUT_C- 8 BOARD
RDATA(1) nNAND-WP VDO(6) 42
CN1603
30 19 19 2 1
RDATA(0) VDO(7) L3703
29 20 45 TXOUT_B+ 3 4 TXOUT_B+ 10
VCK TXOUT_B- TXOUT_B- 11
31 46
2 1
VH5 L3704
22
47 TXOUT_A+ 3 4 TXOUT_A+ 13
VV5
23 TXOUT_A- TXOUT_A- 14
48
2 1

- 34 -
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (4) 4-2.
5-2.CIRCUIT
CIRCUITBOARD LOCATION
BOARD LOCATION Reference Information
NP1
A2
RESISTOR RN : METAL FILM

N 2/2 ( )
DIGITAL
FRONTEND
DIGITAL IC3801 RC : SOLID
IC3805 ONLY INDICATOR KD P
1
GPO-CLK
11
C FPRD : NON FLAMMABLE CARBON
IC3800 2 IC3806
nRESET
1
C N FUSE : NON FLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
SWITCH nCI-EN R DATA(15)
1 5 Q3800,
Q3805 nPC-EN
13 10 4 2
R DATA(14)
18
N BL RS : NON FLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
12 1 17
nCIPC-EN R DATA(13)
SWITCH
Q3806
11
R DATA(12)
14
VM H8
RB : NON FLAMMABLE CEMENT
3 13

4 6
nFE-RESET SWITCH R DATA(11)
8 19
CI-PWR-EN
CVM Board RW : NON FLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
Q3804
5 8
R DATA(10)
7 16
MODEM-EN H G3L A J
S1 Board : ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
R DATA(9) nSMC-RST
4 2
R DATA(8)
3 15
CI-BYPASS A2 COIL LF-8L : MICRO INDUCTOR
RF
IC3802 CAPACITOR TA : TANTALUM
INDICATOR
nRESET
1
H6 J2 A1 PS : STYROL
GPO-CLK

R DATA(7)
11
D2 A PP : POLYPROPYLENE
R DATA(6)
18

17
IC3807 D1 D PT : MYLAR
R DATA(5)
14 12
NVM-RST
SWITCH
Q3808
VCC
8 5
SDA-N A Board
R DATA(4) NVM-WE H7 MPS : METALIZED POLYESTER
13 6 SWITCH NVM-WP SCL-N
7 6
R DATA(3) PCCARD-EN Q3801
8 9 MPP : METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
R DATA(2)
7 19
CI-EN 4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND
5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND ALB : BIPOLAR
R DATA(1)

R DATA(0)
4 15 PRINTED
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
WIRING BOARDS
3 ALT : HIGH TEMPERATURE
Note :
NSW-FE-RESET
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. ALR : HIGH RIPPLE
D E F G H J K L M N B P Q R S T U V W • pF : µµF 50WV or less are not indicated except for
electrolytic types.
• Indication of resistance, which does not have one for
rating electrical power, is as follows.
Note : The components identified by shading
Pitch : 5mm
Electrical power rating : 1/4W
and marked are critical for safety.
Replace only with the part numbers
• Chip resistors are 1/10W specified in the parts list.
• All resistors are in ohms.
CN7000
SWITCHES
S7000 INPUT/OK
k = 1000 ohms, M = 1000,000 ohms
1 KEY 1 S7001 VOL-
S7002 VOL+
S7003 CH-
S7004 CH+
• : nonflammable resistor. Note : Les composants identifiés par une trame et
TO BL BOARD
CN1006
S7005 MENU
par une marque sont d'une importance
4 POWER INT
• : fusible resistor. critique pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer
SWITCH
S7006
que par des pièces de numéro spécifié.
• : internal component.
specified.
H6 ( CONTROL
BUTTONS ) • : panel designation or adjustment for repair.

• All variable and adjustable resistors have


CN7030 D7031
characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.
3 TIMER LED SWITCH RED
Q7031 • All voltages are in Volts.
6 PICTURE MUTE SWITCH GRN • Readings are taken with a 10Mohm digital mutimeter.
Q7032
• Readings are taken with a color bar input signal.
RED TIMER AND
GREEN PICTURE • Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
MUTE LEDS
tolerences.
D7030
4 STBY LED SWITCH
Q7030
RED • : B + bus.
TO BL BOARD
CN1006 STBY LED

D7032
• : B - bus.
5 POWER LED SWITCH GRN
Q7033
GREEN POWER • : RF signal path.
LED

IC7030
IR RECEIVER • : earth - ground.
8 SIRCS OUT

• : earth - chassis.

CN7061
5 C
H7 ( ) LED

CN7060
1 Y
3 4

1 2

6 S-DET

J7061
3 V
V
TO A2 BOARD
8 L
CN9031 L
9 R
R

11 HP_DET_IN

10 A GND
J7060
12 HP.L

14 HP.R HEADPHONES

H8 ( ) SIDE
SIGNAL
INPUT

- 35 -
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O

1
A2.-AT2X

L4001 C4009
PS4001 C4008 4.7uH 82
4A 470 16V
90V 25V R4023 C4025
330 6800p
R4014 R4034
10k 0
1/10W CHIP

R4024 R4027
2.4k 27k
2 1/10W 1/10W
R4019 Q4001
2.7k IC4003 R4041
0 IRF7335D1-TR
1/10W SN105233DBTR
CHIP
L4005 D4003

14
1
C4017 INV1 R4039 PTZ-TE25-3.9B

30
10uH

1
3300p LH1 15

13
D3.3V

2
50V C4028 0.1 1/10W L4006
FB1

29

12
2

3
OUT1_U XX
C4015 0.01 25V

11
4
SOFTSTART1

28
C4048

3
LL1 R4044 C4051 C4059

10
220 0

5
C4037 XX 0.001
10 6.3V CHIP 50V

27
CN4001

9
FB4003 PWM/SKIP
8P C4016 47p 50V OUT1_D 25V
0uH C4029 0.1

8
3 CT

26
5
UNREG+10.5V 1 UNREG10.5V OUTGND1
UNREG+10.5V 2
5V_STBY R4035

25
C4020

6
C4013 0
UNREG+10.5V 3 0.01 0.1 TRIP1 R4031 47k R4045
25V 25V C4030 0.1 CHIP 0
FB4004

24
7
TO NP1 BOARD UNREG+10.5V 4
C4002 GND VCC CHIP
CN5803 1000p R4007 0uH R4042
GND 5 0 0
50V C4034

23
CHIP

8
REF TRIP2 10 CHIP
GND 6 R4017 47k R4032 47k
VREF5 25V

22
9
GND 7 POWER3 STBY1
R4008 R4018 R4020 1k R4030 C4031
GND 8 0 47k REG5V_IN 0 4.7

10

21

14
CHIP POWER4 CHIP 16V

1
R4021 4.7k STBY2 R4040
15

13
OUTGND2

2
R4002 1/10W

11

20
4 XX C4014 FLT

12
3
0.01 C4021 PANEL5V
POWERGOOD
1

12

19

11
R4005 25V

4
16V OUT2_D
0
R4001 R4003 L4004

10
CHIP SOFTSTART2

5
13

18
XX XX LL2 10uH
PA_GND REG5V

9
R4006 C4022 0.01 25V FB2 C4038 R4049

14

17
0 OUT2_U 10 XX

8
CHIP 25V C4053
C4023
1 3300p C4060 D4005 1

15

16
INV2 LH2 Q4002
50V C4047 0.001 MM3Z13VT1 16V
C4032 IRF7335D1-TR 220 C4049 50V

8
6.3V

S1 S2 S3 G
0.1 XX

D4 D3 D2 D1
R4022 R4025 R4028 16V C4054

7
2.7k 0 33k C4052 XX
1/10W CHIP D4004 R4043 1

6
1/10W PTZ-TE25-5.6B 0 R4046
16V 150k
CHIP
5

5
R4015
6.8k R4047 R4048
R4026 C4026 33k XX
1/10W 6800p Q4004
330 1/10W
1/10W 25V UPA1716G-E2
IC4005
BA50BC0T
POWER2 Q4003
C4050 DTC114EUA-T106
CN4002 VCC OUT AU_5V 0.1
GND 16V
30P FB4001
WHT C4045
0uH 0.1
UNREG33V 16V
TU33V 1
C4039 C4041 C4043
GND 2 100 0.1 220
10V 16V 10V
AC_RLY 3 ACRLY IC4004
6 P_SW(-) 4 P_SW-
PQ1CZ41H2ZPH
IC4006
NJM2845DL1-05

THERMO_1 5 THERMO_G D4001 D4002 I 0


1 2 3 4 5 EC21QS03L-TE12L
AC_OFF_DET 6 AC_OFF_DET L4002 PTZ-TE25-6.8B G
XX
POWER_1 7 POWER1_G L4003 R4036 R4038
C4033 47uH C4036 3.6k XX

R4033 47k
FAN_ERR 8 FAN_ERR_2 R4029 0.01 XX 1/10W
PS4002 IC4006
GND
FAN_DRV
9

10 FANDRIVE
2A
90V

C4010
R4016
0
CHIP
C4024
22
20V
C4027
XX
1k
1/10W
25V
C4035
470
10V VCC
GND
XX

OUT V5V
A2 1/7 INPUT/OUTPUT, AV SWITCH, A TUNER
GND 11 470 R4037
25V C4046
REC_ON 12 REC_ON 1k 0.1
1/10W 16V
7 FAN_CNT 13 FAN_CONT C4040 C4042
100 0.1
C4044
OVP 14 OVP 220
10V 16V 10V
TO NP1 BOARD PSPROT 15 PSPROT
CN5804 IC4001
PANEL_ON 16 PANEL_ON
BA09ST-V5
COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL
THERMO_P 17 THERMO_P
N_5V_CONT 18 N_5V_CONT R4010
10k 1 2 3 4 5
GND 19 1/10W
FB4002
GND 20 0uH
STBY_+5V 21 STBY5V AU_9V
R4011 C4004 C4006 C4011 C4018
STBY_+5V 22 3.3k 47 0.1 0.1 47
8 GND 23
1/10W 16V 25V 25V 16V

GND 24

NC 25

NC 26

NC 27

NC 28 IC4002
BA09ST-V5
NC 29
R4012
NC 30 10k
1/10W 1 2 3 4 5

9 C4005
HDMI_9V
R4013 C4007 C4012 C4019
47 0.1 0.1 47
3.3k 16V 16V Mount Mecha A4002 403694821
25V 25V
1/10W

IC4007
BA90BC0T

VCC OUT REG9V


GND
C4055 C4057 C4056
47 0.1 39
10 16V 25V
C4058
0.1 16V
25V

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O

1
A2.-AT2X

C4330 R4332
XX
C4315 R4320 10k
R4306 C4306 C4310 2.2 10k R4327
0 2.2 2.2 10V 1/10W 47k
VD4301 VD4302

A2 10V R4334 1.2k VD4303


CHIP 10V R4318
4.7k C4322 R4335 1.5k XX
2/7 47
16V R4336 1.5k
2 Q4302
XX
4 3 2 1 R4337 1.2k
R4338 1.5k

V-
A+ IN
B OUT A- IN
A OUT
C4320
470 HP_R
R4310 C4311 25V
XX XX R4339
Q4308

B+ IN
1.5k

B- IN
SSM3K14T-TE85L

V+
IC4302 HP_L
L4301 5 6 7 8 NJM3414AV(TE2)
R4101 R4103 R4113 R4198 R4205 R4119 R4121 C4183 10uH
0 0 0 R4194 100p AU_9V
0
CHIP
0
CHIP
R4109
XX
R4111
XX CHIP
0 0
CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP MULTI SOUND PROCESSOR (MSP) 0
CHIP
50V R4135
XX Q4303 R4321
4.7k
R4340 1.2k
R4341 1.5k
S
HP_DET_IN
XX C4323
C4302 C4303 47 D3.3V D4308
C4145 R4342 1.5k XX
L4103 47 0.1 100 R4307 C4307 C4312 R4315 R4319 R4326 R4329 16V
R4136 10k 4.7k

HD_R
4.7k

HD_L
FB4103 0 10uH 16V 25V 16V 0 2.2 2.2 47k R4343 1.2k R4350 R4358

R_IN

L_IN
0 CHIP 10V 10V XX XX
CHIP
R4110 R4112 R4199 R4206 R4122 C4331 R4344 1.5k
R4102 R4108 R4114 R4120 XX
0 0 XX XX 0 0 0 0 0 C4316 R4328
CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP R4216 R4195 R4178 10k R4345 1.5k
0 R4176 C4309 10
0 R4166 47 2.2k 1k R4311 16V 1/10W
CHIP XX XX R4316 C4321 R4333
3 LOCATION SCREW GROUND R4217 C4178
R4910 R4167 47
10k 2.2 10k
S
PH4301
XX
0 C4179 0 10V 1/10W R4363
0.22 0.22 XX

1
16V 16V R4911 Q4309
R4168 68 R4313
FM/AM 0 D4301 SSM3K14T-TE85L R4364
C4902 200k

2
FL4101 R4138 R4146 R4148 MMDL914T1 1/10W XX
R4115 0.01 R4133 R4912 R4169 68
25V AU_5V EMI 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 0 HP_MUTE HP_DET
R4104 XX 0 C4103 C4104 L4101 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W R4312 R4352
AU_9V C4101 0.1 0.1 10uH IC4105 1k XX
R4116 25V TL431CLP-Z Q4312
0 L4901 47 1/10W
R4105 XX

TU_R
TU_L
10uH 16V R4149 XX
R4117 C4903 R4131 R4140 27k
R4106 XX 0 R4903 47 R4908 R4913 R4914 15k 15k 1/10W HP JACK STATUS HP_DET

R4118
XX 16V XX 0 0 1/10W 1/10W
MAIN TUNER HEADPHONE OUTPUTS JACK DISCONNECTED 3.3V
JACK CONNECTED 0V

R4163 100
R4107 XX 0 C4115 47 16V L/R INPUT
R4143 TO AV SWITCH
QSS C4122 C4123 27k
R4901
FB4101 FB4102
FB4901
0uH
1k
1/10W
C4116 0.22 10 0.22
16V 16V
1/10W R4165
100 C4313 C4317
MUTING FOR LINE OUTPUTS

SCART_MUTE
L4302
XX 0uH 0.1

C4120
C4119 0.22
10uH C4308 220p

C413510 16V
C4124 0.22
0.22

C4125 0.22

C4128 0.22
25V

C4127 0.22
Q4902

REG5V
47 50V

C4137 0.1
R4904

C4129 XX

C4133 XX

C4139 10
C4131 XX

C4134 XX
47 2PA1576R-115 16V R4324

REG5V
V5V
4 AUDIO GROUND DELAY IC GROUND 1/10W
L4902 C4904
C4117
1000p
50V
C4141
10
R4314
10k
2.2k
1/10W
LINE_L
8.2uH 120p R4330
50V 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 C4318 R4322 2.2k
R4905 5 6 7 8 10 1/10W
0 470k

NC
NC
IF_GND
IF_GND
SC5_IN_R
SC5_IN_L
REF_VOLTAGE
SC1_IN_R
SC1_IN_L
ASGND1
SC2_IN_R
SC2_IN_L
ASGND2
SC3_IN_R
SC3_IN_L
ASGND4
SC4_IN_R
SC4_IN_L
NC
REF_VOLTAGE
A_GND
A_GND
SC3_OUT_L
SC3_OUT_R
C4148 C4152 16V R4355 R4361

B+ IN

B- IN

B OUT

V+
CHIP 10 XX
100 XX
CAPL_M 16V 16V
R4902 R4906 R4909 IC4301
XX NJM4558V-TE2 Q4304
XX XX 65 AVSUP 40 C4153

A OUT
GROUND ISOLATION 2SD601A-R-TX

A+ IN
1000p

A- IN
66 AVSUP 39
C4149 10 16V C4154 R4301 IC4303
47p AHVSUP R4356 R4362

V-
C4901 R4907 2.2k C4110 D4101 10 6.8k XX XX R4365
0.01 Q4901 67 IF_IN1 CAPL_A 38 16V XX XX
2PC4081R-115 C4111 47p R4180 0 UDZSTE-178.2B 1/10W 4 3 2 1 R4325
25V 68 IF_COMMON_IN SC1_OUT_L 37 2.2k
R4317

3
4
C4112 47p R4181 0 10k 1/10W
69 IF_IN2 SC1_OUT_R 36 LINE_R

2
C4107 2p R4302 R4331
STBY5V C4155 6.8k C4319 2.2k
70 TEST VREFGND1 35
10

1
R4170 XX 10

5
D4102 1/10W 1/10W
16V 16V R4323 R4357 Q4313
71 XTAL_IN SC2_OUT_L 34 UDZSTE-178.2B R4303 R4309 R4308 XX XX
R4209 6.8k 47k 47k C4314 470k
SCL_B_3.3V

SDA_B_3.3V

10k 72 XTAL_OUT IC4102 SC2_OUT_R 33 1/10W Q4301 1/10W 1/10W


1/10W 220p
1/10W MSP4411K-QA-D5-401 R4171 XX 2SD601A-R-TX
DIR_RST

73 TP SUR_L 32 50V C4326


5 C4108 2p C4147 Q4305
D3.3V

HD_SPDIF XX R4370
Q4101 10 2SD601A-R-TX XX
74 AUDIO_CLOCK_OUT SUR_R 31 16V
2PD601AR-115 R4126 X4101 JL4103 C4305
XX 18.432MHz 75 NC SUBWOOFER_OUT 30 C4301 0.1
10 16V D4302
76 SPDIF_OUT SP_OUT_C 29 R4182 Q4316
R4150 FB4107 XX 16V R4304 R4305 C4304 MMDL914T1 2SA1576A-T106-QR
XX R4153 XX R4127 R4128 12k 22
XX SPDIF OUTPUT R4124 0 47 77 DIGITAL_CONTROL_OUT_1 SP_OUT_L 28 1k AU_5V
R4173 XX 1/10W 1/10W 16V
TO S-MASTER 100 SPLITER_CONT 78 DIGITAL_CONTROL_OUT_0 SP_OUT_R 27
C4161 L4104 PROCESSOR 1/10W
R4174

I2S_DEL_OUT
XX XX VREFGND2

I2S_DA_OUT
SPDIF+ 79 ADR_SEL 26 0

I2S_DEL_CL
C4160 R4184 R4371

I2S_DA_IN1
I2S_DEL_IN

I2S_DA_IN2

I2S_DA_IN3
I2S_DA_IN4
C4157 R4151 C4158 XX XX R4125 CHIP 1k R4372
C4159 STANDBY Q 47k

I2S_WS3
XX 80 25

RESETQ
XX

DACA_R
XX 330

I2S_CL3
ENSURE GOOD STRONG GROUND IS LAID IN THIS AREA. 1/10W

I2S_WS
XX 1/10W

D_GND
D_GND
D_GND
DVSUP
DVSUP
DVSUP
DACA_L

I2S_CL
1/10W C4146 ESPECIALLY AROUND IC206 & IC207.
FB4108 DIR_ERR SPDIF- 2200p

SDA
SCL
XX 50V

NC

NC
R4172 FB4112 C4109 R4346
R4159 0 XX 1000p Q4317 0
CHIP 2SD601A-R-TX
XX
Q4104
XX
R4200
XX
50V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
C4136 1 6.3V
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
AUDIO LINE OUTPUTS R4373
CHIP
R4360
LINE_MUTE
C4324
48

47

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

39

38

37

R4185 C4143 47k 0


C4132 2200p 1/10W 1000p
R4374 CHIP

R4141 XX
XX

R4139 XX
R4137 XX
TEST1

INT1
AVSS

AVSS

50V
AVSS
RX1

R
RX0

VCOM

AVDD
RX3

RX2

R4144 XX
R4213 0.22 50V XX
XX
1 R4214 R4183 R4129 C4168
6
3 2
R4197 XX 100 100 R4175
R4196 100p 0
XX

OUT Y GND
IN A
NC
XX C4162 R4160
36

INT0 C4130 CHIP


1

RX4 XX XX R4155 R4161 FB4113


47 16V 47k XX 0uH D4305 Q4310
35

CAD0 IC4101
2

NC R4123

SDA_P2
SCL_P2
R4156 XX XX R4134 L4102 1/10W XX 2PA1576R-115
XX
34

SCL XX 10uH
3

RX5

VCC
MSP_RST
R4186 FB4113
33

SDA
4

TEST2 XX 0uH C4144


R4157 XX FB4111
XX
4 5
32

CAD1 XX
5

RX6 R4158 XX Q4102


R4353
31

PDN R4202 XX R4351


6

NC IC4106 XX
X4102 XX C4163 27k 18k
30

XX XT1
7

RX7 XX
R4190 XX
29

XT0
8

IIC C4164
XX R4201
28

DAUX C4325 R4349


9

P/SN XX D4306
R4191 330 4.7k
MMDL914T1 1/10W
R4187 C4102
27
10

XTL0 MCK02 XX C4172 FB4109 16V


XX XX AU_5V
XX XX
26
11

XTL1 BICK
C4175 C4176 C4173 XX R4354
25
12

VIN SDT0 XX XX SDA_B_3.3V D4307


R4193 C4174 47k
R4188
MCK01

MMDL914T1
TVDD

BOUT
OOUT
UOUT
VOUT
DVDD
DVSS

LRCK

XX XX 1/10W
7 XX R4210 C4121 Q4103
NC
TX0
TX1

XX SCL_B_3.3V Q4307
R4211 XX XX
DELAY_RST R4177 2PA1576R-115 R4348 C4327

R4145 XX
R4147 XX
R4142 XX
XX
13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

R4132 XX

R4154 XX
C4170 XX 10

R4152 XX
Q4107 B_MUTE 22k
XX R4130 1/10W 16V
XX C4171 XX
XX C4156
XX
D4304
R4192 R4189 DAP202K-T-146
XX XX AU_5V R4367
FB4104 C4328 D4309 4.7k
C4166 XX C4105 330 MMDL914T1 1/10W
XX XX 16V
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
AU_5V
D4310
FB4106 D4303 MMDL914T1 R4368 R4376

MUTE
GND

GND
LR_CLK
XSM

S_ADD1
FCLK

BIT_CLK
VDDH

S_ADD0

SDA
IISM_IN

SCL
C4165 IIS3_IN
IIS2_IN
IIS1_IN
FB4110 XX MMDL914T1 R4366 47k 2.2k
XX XX D3.3V 22k 1/10W
1/10W
FB4105 1/10W R4375
XX C4151

WE

A13

A8
C4106 R4179

A15
17 64
XTST OVDDH 1k

A9

A11

OE

A10

IO7

IO6

IO5