LCD TELEVISION

LC20H15

Functional Board List LCD/Plasma Televisions Please note that this BOM list may vary from the original documentation. This part list supersedes the parts list contained within the body of the service manual. Please reference the part numbers below when ordering replacement boards of the servicing of this model.

If you require additional technical support, please contact our Tech Support line at 1-866-396-6322 Model Part Number Description Boards

FLM-2011

667-L20H15-04 667-L20H15-05 667-L20H15-09 667-L20H8-01D 667-L20H8-29 667-L20H8-55 301-U20H15-41RB 302-AD16A-02 615-10483-03 667-L20H3-14A

4 Switch Keypress Board 3 Switch Keypress Board IR Receive Board Main Board AV Board Tuner(H Frequency) Board Remote RC-U41R-0B Power Adapter FSP060-1A Stand Assy Backlight Board

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

CONTENT
Safety instructions………………………………………………………………………..… 1 Instructions on adjusting and testing…………………………….…….………………… 3 Trouble shooting……………………………………………………….…………………… 5 Method of software upgrading………………………………………….………………… 7 Briefing on LC20H15 and its working principle………………………………..………….9 Wiring diagram……………………………………………………………..…………….... 18 Serial NO. of parts……………………………………………………………………….… 19 Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen………..…. 19 Troubleshooting guide………………………………………………………………..…… 20 Exploded views…………………………………………………………………………..… 22 Schematic diagram…………………………………………………………………….….. 24

No sound (with TV input as an example) Attention: This service manual is only for service personnel to take reference with. Before servicing please read the following points carefully.

Safety instructions
1. Instructions
1.1 Be sure to switch off the power supply before replacing or welding any components or inserting/plugging in connection wire 1.2 Anti static measures to be taken (throughout the entire production process!): a)Do not touch here and there by hand at will; b) Be sure to use anti static electric iron; c) It’s a must for the welder to wear anti static gloves. 1.3 Please refer to the detailed list before replacing components that have special safety requirements. Do not change the specs and type at will.

2. Points for attention in servicing of LCD
2.1 Screens are different from one model to another and therefore not interchangeable. Be sure to use the screen of the original model for replacement. 2.2 The operation voltage of LCD screen is 700-825V. Be sure to take proper measures in protecting yourself and the machine when testing the system in the course of normal operation or right after the power is switched off. Please do not touch the circuit or the metal part of the module that is in operation mode. Relevant operation is possible only one minute after the power is switched off. 2.3 Do not use any adapter that is not identical with the TV set. Otherwise it will cause fire or damage to the set. 2.4 Never operate the set or do any installation work in bad environment such as wet bathroom, laundry, kitchen,or nearby fire source, heating equipment and devices or exposure to sunlight etc. Otherwise bad effect will result. 2.5. If any foreign substance such as water, liquid, metal slices or other matters happens to fall into the module, be sure to cut the power off immediately and do not move anything on the module lest it should cause fire or electric shock due to contact with the high voltage or short circuit. 2.6. Should there be smoke, abnormal smell or sound from the module, please shut the power off at once. Likewise, if the screen is not working after the power is on or in the course of operation, the power must be cut off immediately and no more operation is allowed under the same condition. 2.7. Do not pull out or plug in the connection wire when the module is in operation or just after the power is off because in this case relatively high voltage still remains in the capacitor of the driving circuit.Please wait at least one minute before the pulling out or plugging in the connection wire. 2.8. When operating or installing LCD please don’t subject the LCD components to bending, twisting or extrusion, collision lest mishap should result.

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2.9 As most of the circuitry in LCD TV set is composed of CMOS integrated circuits, it’s necessary to pay attention to anti statics. Before servicing LCD TV make sure to take anti static measure and ensure full grounding for all the parts that have to be grounded. 2.10.There are lots of connection wires between parts behind the LCD screen. When servicing or moving the set please take care not to touch or scratch them. Once they are damaged the screen would be unable to work and no way to get it repaired. 2.11. Special care must be taken in transporting or handling it. Exquisite shock vibration may lead to breakage of screen glass or damage to driving circuit. Therefore it must be packed in a strong case before the transportation or handling. 2.12. For the storage make sure to put it in a place where the environment can be controlled so as to prevent the temperature and humidity from exceeding the limits as specified in the manual. For prolonged storage, it is necessary to house it in an anti-moisture bag and put them altogether in one place. The ambient conditions are tabulated as follows:

Temperature

Scope operation Scope storage

for 0----+50 for -20----+60 for 20%---85% for 10%---90%

C C

humidity

Scope operation Scope storage

2.13. Display of a fixed picture for a long time may result in appearance of picture residue on the screen, as commmonly called “ghost shadow”. The extent of the residual picture varies with the maker of LCD screen. This phenonmenon doesn’t represent failure. This “ghost shadow” may remain in the picture for a period of time (several minutes).But when operating it please avoid displaying still picture in high brightness for a long time.

3.Points for attention during installation
3.1. The front panel of LCD screen is of glass. Wheng installing it please make sure to put it in place. 3.2. For service or instatallation it’s necessary to use specified screw lest it should damage the screen. 3.3. Be sure to take anti dust measures. Any foreign substance that happens to fall down between the screen and the glass will affect the receiving and viewing effect 3.4. When dismantling or mounting the protective partition plate that is used for anti vibration and insulation please take care to keep it in intactness so as to avoid hidden trouble. 3.5. Be sure to protect the cabinet from damage or scratch during service, dismantling or mounting.

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5 Adjustment and calibration for the TV board Connect the main board X501 to infrared receiving board (as per wiring diagram 203-L20H80-01JL) and press the POWER key on the remote control set. Now Now the indication lamp of the infrared receiving board is blue. Measure N3 PIN2 of TV board to be 3.3 V, one terminal of inductor L107 to be 5 V and one terminal of inductor L4 to be 12 V 6 Adjustment of white balance (using the white balancer CA210 and K7253 signal generator specialized for LCD) a) b) c) d) e) Install the whole TV set Enter the factory menu and perform”PW1306 reset” Exit from the factory menu. Press “signal source” key and enter YpbPr. Input YpbPr signal: 640x480p 60Hz (K7253). Enter the user menu. Set the brightness to 50 and contrast to 50. Press “factory” key to enter the factory menu, perform “ADC calibration”, input signals of “black field”(EMPT),”white field”(White-(100%))”fully red”(Full_Magenta)respectively and then calibrate three times. Input signal of “four grade gray”(Gray(H)-4 ). Use CA-210 to measure the third grade and adjust the brightness and contrast so that Y is around 150. Enter factory menu and adjust the green color temperature and blue color temperature so that x=270,y=283(red color temperature is constant as128).

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g) Exit from the factory menu and enter route RGB. Input 640x480 @75Hz “pane signal”(C_Hat_16x12(W))through port VGA. Enter the user menu and adjust the brightness to 50 and contrast to 50. Adjust the line center and the field center so that the picture is correctly positioned. h) Input signal of “16 gray grades” (Gray(H)-16). Enter the factory menu and perform “calibration of ADC”. i) Exit from the factory menu, input the signal of “four grade gray” (Gray(H)-4 )and enter the user menu. Adjust the brightness and contrast. Use CA-210 to measure the third grade so that Y is around 200. Enter the factory menu and adjust the green color temperature and blue color temperature so that x=270,y=283(red color temperature is constant as128). Enter TV mode and adjust channel No. Enter “D8”signal and adjust the color to 0. Adjust the brightness and contrast. Use CA-210 to measure the third grade so that Y is around 200.

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k) Enter the factory menu and adjust the green color temperature and blue color temperature so that x=270,y=283(red color temperature is fixed as128). 7 Performance check a) TV Interfaces Connect RF port to central signal source. Enter station search menu - auto station search. After system adjustment is over, check if there is any station missing and then check semi-auto station search. Check if fine tuning is normal. Check if the output of earphone or loudspeaker is normal and if the picture is normal. b) Interface of AV/S T erminals Connect to access the signal of AV/S terminals separately and check if the picture or sound is normal. c) AV OUT T ermianl Input the signals separately in the status of TV/AV/S terminal. Connect AV OUT terminal to monitor and check if the output picture and sound from AV OUT is normal. (Note: In the status of S terminal,

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the output picture from AV OUT is colorless.) d) VGA Interface Input VGA signal(K7253 signal generator). Separately input the four types of VGA format signals as listed in Table 1. Wait till auto calibration is over. Then check if the picture and sound is normal. If there has been interference to the picture then press the auto set key on the remote control once again and check if the display is normal.

Table 1 Display Format of PC
Item Picture element clock (MHz) 25.175 28.322 40.000 65.000 H-SYNC (kHz) 31.469 31.469 37.879 48.363 V-SYNC (Hz) 59.900 70.086 60.317 60.004

Resolution 640 x 480 @ 60 720 x 400 @ 70 800 x 600 @ 60 1024 x 768 @ 60

Remark

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e) YprPb Interface Connect to access YPrPb signal(K7253 signal generator). Separately input the five types of YprPb format signals -- 480P/50 Hz,480P/60 Hz,720P/60 Hz,1080I/50 Hz,1080I/60 Hz and check if the picture and sound is normal after auto calibration is over. Connect to access YprPb signal(DVD signal generator). Input the signals -- 480I/50 Hz,480I/60 Hz separately and check if the picture and sound is normal. 8 Preset ex-works In the status of TV enter the factory menu by pushing the factory key and then perform presetting. 9 Ex-works packing Check accessories and then pack them in box.

Trouble shooting
Before servicing please check to find the possible causes of the troubles according to the table below.

1.Antenna:
Picture is out of focus or jumping Bad status in signal receiving Maybe broadcast signal itself is not good Check if the outdoor antenna is disconnected. Check if the antenna is correctly oriented. Check if the antenna is correctly oriented. Maybe there is electric wave reflected from hilltop or building. by stripe Possibly due to interference from automobile, train, high voltage transmission line, neon lamp etc. Maybe there is interference between antenna and power supply line. Please try to separate them in a longer distance. Check if interfered by other equipment and if interfered possibly by the equipment like transmitting antenna, non professional radio station and cellular phone.

Fringe in picture Picture is interfered shaped bright spots

There appear streaks or light color on the screen

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2.TV set:
Symptoms
Unable to switch the power on No picture and sound the socket. Check to see if the power supply of liquid crystal TV has been switched on. (as can be indicated by the red LED at the front of the TV set) See if it’s receiving the signal that is transmitted source than the station Check if it’s connected to the wrong terminal or if the input mode is correct. Check if the signal cable connection between video frequency source and the liquid crystal TV set is correct. Deterioration of color phase or color tone Screen position or size is not proper Picture is twisted and deformed Picture color changed or colorless Check is the screen position and size is correctly set up. Check to see if the picture-frame ratio is properly set up. Check the “Component” or”RGB”settings of the types. Picture too bright and there is distortion in the brightest area Check if the contrast setting is too high. Possibly the output quality of DVD broadcaster is set too high. It maybe also due to improper terminal connection of the video frequency signal in a certain position of the system. Picture is whitish or too bright in the darkest area of the picture No picture or signal produced from the There displayer appears an if “XXX indication in search”appears. “outside the receivable scope) Remote properly control cannot work Check if the setting for the brightness is too high Possibly the brightness grade of DVD player(broadcaster)is set too high. Check if the cable is disconnected. Check if it’s connected to the proper terminal or if the input mode is correct. Check if the TV set can receive input signal. The signal is not correctly identified and VGA format is beyond the specified scope. Check if the batteries are installed in the reverse order. Check if the battery is effective. Check the distance or angle from the monitor. Check if there is any obstruct between the remote control and the TV set. Check if the remote control signal- receiving window is exposed to strong fluorescence. No picture and sound, but only hash. Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected, or if it has received the video signal correctly. liquid crystal Check if all the picture setups have been corrected. from other

Possible cause
Check to see if the power plug has been inserted properly into

TV set and make proper adjustment according to the signal

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Blur picture No sound

Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected. Of if it has received the right video signal. Check if the “mute” audio frequency setting is selected. Check if the sound volume is set to minimum. Make sure the earphone is not connected. Check if the cable connection is loose. When being played or in pause VHS picture search tape sometimes can’t provide stable picture, which may lead to incorrect display of the liquid crystal TVIn this case please press “auto” key on the remote control so as to enable the liquid crystal TV set to recheck the signal and then to display correct picture signal

When playing VHS picture search tape, there are lines at the top or bottom of the picture.

Method of software upgrading
Steps of software upgrading are as follows: 1. Select a serial connection wire and a VGA connection wire and then connect them by means of a patch panel; 2. Use a serial wire to connect the PC to the patch panel and set TV set to off state; 3. Open the software upgrade file holder and double click

FlashUpgraderNT(use under window 2000/XP/NT)

FlashUpgrader(use under window 98), The following interfaces will show up after running the program:

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Based on the computer features, set up the serial port(COM Port). Select corresponding serial port (if it’s unable to FLASH WRITE, change to another port). Baud is selected to be 115200. Then select Reset Target After Download. Click FLASH pushbutton, it’s ready to run. For other settings, please refer to the Fig. Above (already defaulted by the system, normally no need to change). 4. Switch on TV set the FLASH write program begins to run;

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After FLASH write is over, push button “cancel” will become flash. Then shut the main power supply and it’s OK just switch it on again. Note: Do not shut the power off or turn the TV set on during the FLASH write. Otherwise it may lead to no way for flash to rewrite.

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Briefing on LC20H15 and its working principle
LC20H15 multi-media liquid crystal TV broadcast and receiving set adopts liquid crystal display screen of LG 20.1, which is provided with NTSC color system receiving function in addition to AV input,S-VHS input,high definition signal port for component YPrPb/YcbCr,PC VGA port, earphone output and other signal ports. For power supply an externally connected power adaptor is provided. The circuitry of LC20H15 is composed of RF module board, video signal board, digital signal picture processor and AC-DC transformer, and DC-DC circuit board. The working process is as follows. The radio frequency signal undergoes an integrated tuner U1 before a color full video signal is generated. This video signal then enters analog board decoder IC N1 VCT3833 Pin19 where it is processed and it’s output as analog signals R, G, B through Pin42, PIN43, PIN44. Audio frequency signal is processed with sound in IC N1 VCT3833 Pin19 and then output through MSP3420G Pin28 , Pin27 to SRS for surround sound processing in IC N6 M62494E. Finally it is subject to power amplification in IC N8 TDA3002D2 before it is output to speaker. VGA signal/high definition signal is input to personal computer through the main board. The signal selected by Y/Pb/Pr through 5 way 1/2 switches IC(U9 BA7657F)is subject to reselection together with signal TVRAIN, TVGAIN, TVBAIN through 5 way 1/2 switches IC(U7 BA7657F). Finally signals R, G, B are selected and sent to the main processing chip PW1306. PW1306 is a built-in X86 CPU of the main processing IC,externally connected by 8M Flash(U13) memory to control the whole system. The input signal of V-port and G-port is subject to internal arithmetic processing and then output as R, G, B signals with electric level of 24 bit TTL to sockets JP3 and JP4, where through connection wires the signals are sent to the port of LG liquid crystal screen and for the realization of picture reproduction.

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ANTENNA
C BUS

C BUS

TUNER VIDEO OUT

VIDEO DECODING
CRYSTAL 20.25M

(1). BLOCK DIAGRAM

C BUS

LCD panel

MAIN ROCESS CHIP
transform

VGA interface
POWER AMP.

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SPEAKER
EARPHONE OUTPUT

c BUS

sound processing

memory

supply 12V to backlight and power amp.

Supply 12V to LCD panel

Among which: Video decoder: VCT3833 Audio processing: MSP3420 Signal selection:BA7657F FLASH memory:M29LV800TTC-90

Picture processing: Pw1306 Sound amplification:TDA3002D2 LVDS conversion:DS90C385 SRS sound field:M6294E

(2). Power supply
12 V is input through power supply adaptor and then is transformed through DC-DC into output of 5 V, which after going through various kinds of three terminal stabilizing integrated circuits, is output as 1.8 V and 2.2 V. U3 is a power supply managing IC, which cuts off the 5 V output in the case of standby so as to keep low power consumption. 1.U3(ATTINY12L):Power supply manager IC is a small CPU. This IC is supplied with 5 V that is transformed from 12 V by stabilizer Tube VD102. This CPU only receives POWER signal; When its PIN7 outputs high electric level,U1 LM2596 will be in operation and outputs 5V. Then the whole system starts to work and ensures low power consumption in the case of Standby. 2.U19(IRF7307):double tube MOS switching tube The voltage of this part V12-STB is for power amplification of sound. Only when LCDON/LVDSON is of high electric level can the output of Pin7 and Pin8 be low,and the output of Pin5.Pin6 be 12V.When LCDON/LVDSON is of low electric level, output of Pin7 and Pin8 is low,and the output of Pin5 and Pin6 is 0. This ensures low power consumption when Standby. 3.Other IC U1(LM2596):with on/off DC-DC stabilizer 5V output. U2(AS2830):three terminal stabilizer, 3.3V output. U4 U5(LM1117MPX):three terminal stabilizer, 1.8 V output

(3). Video decoder (VCT3833)
VSUPAF VSUPD GNDAF GNDD SENSE 2 VERT EW PROT

VCT 38xxA/B

2

2

VIN CIN VOUT

4 3

Video Front-end

Comb Filter

Color Decoder

Panorama Scaler

Display Processor Pict.Improv

RSW GNDM VRD XREF 3

SGND

HOUT

HFLB

VRT

Video Back-end

RGBOUT SVM

4

RGBIN VSUPAB GNDAB

Video

8

I2 C MSync Color, Prio VSync

2

Audio

AOUT AIN

3

BE

I 2 C Master CPU 8-bit PWM 14-bit PWM 15:1 Mux 10-bit ADC 2 Timer 2 CapCom

2

I2 C

TPU 24 kB ROM

DMA
RDY

3 kBkB 3 OSD RAM OSD

1 kB CPU RAM

Reset Logic

RESQ TEST

16 kB Text RAM

96 kB CPU ROM
31 ADB, DB, CB VSUPS

Watchdog 24 IO Ports
12 VSUPP1 GNDP1 Pxy

Clock Oscillator

XTAL1 XTAL2

CLK20

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VCT38XXA/B is a single chip TV processing IC for high picture quality. Modular design and workmanship of sub-micro level enables it to use in all TV equipment. It includes complete display of video format processing. The video front terminal unit provides an analog interface for all video inputs and performs analog-digital conversion for the downstream digital video processing. As many as 8 analog inputs can be connected of which 4 inputs are used for the input of composite video or S-VHS brightness signal, 2 color inputs can be used to connect the signal of S-VHS carrier frequency (chroma). For analog YcbCr signal, the input of the brightness that is selected is used together with the input of CBIN and CRIN. Automatic gain control works in digital manner. In the mode of YCbCr ,the gain of chroma channel is fixed and is applicable for 0.7Vp-p nominal amplitude. However, should there appear ADC overflow, an excessive signal scope 1Vp-p can be selected. Two ADC (analog-digital conversion) are used to digitalized the input signal. The converter has an analytic degree of 8 digits. Reference voltage required by the converter is produced by an integrated band-gap circuit. An adaptive comb filter is used to carry out high quality Y/C separation for PAL/NTSC signal and to improve the resolution of brightness (band width) and reduce the interference of color contamination and brightness contamination. Proper programmable limit to the quantity of characteristic Luma Comb improves the uniformity of 2D resolution. This limitation is set up by the data of CLIM (turning point). Color decoder Processing of both brightness and color is shown here. The color decoder also provides the format of broad band chroma etc. for the use of S-VHS broad band broad chroma. If self-adaptive comb filter is used to carry out high quality Y/C separation, then the color decoder conducts the processing in SVHS manner. The format of color decoder input is YCrCb 4:2:2. Rear terminal of video frequency Digital RG B signal can all be converted into analog RGB. It is provided by 3 DAC (digital-analog conversion), an analog brightness value and another 3 DACs. Its regulation scope is 40% of the whole RG B. TV controller TV controller is composed of CPU,RAM,ROM and some peripheral modules. It includes a memory module that can access over 64 KB, a pilot installation software allowing for downloading the external codes into Flash memory. The controller runs a complete set of software required to control TV. The software includes such control functions as video, OSD and text processing. It also includes the control for external parts and components such as tuner and stereo decoder. The communication between the controller and external parts is interfaced by means of I2C bus line(highway) and can also be connected by the pin at programmable port.

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(3).Audio frequency part
1.MSP3450G MSP3450G is one of MSP34x0G series. It is a single chip multi-system processor for sound, which covers global wide analog TV system processing for sound. In the case of NICAM digital sound system, all the TV sound processing from analog IF signal input to AF-OUT (audio output) after processing is performed in this single chip. The sound signal of TV, AV, S-VIDEO, Y.Pb.Pr ,VGA is input through the ports of MSP34x0G (pin 67 for TV),(pins 53,54 for AV1),(pins 56,57 for AV2),(pins 50,51 fir YPBPR),(47,48 pins for VG)and the present sound form is automatically inspected. Besides, the electric level s of pilot frequency and identification signal is inspected and measured internally by the sequence switch between MONO/STEREO/BILINGUAL, and it's unnecessary to be processed through the bus line. The processed signal is output through pins 27 and 28 and then fed to pins 1 and 2 of N403 M6249 for SRS treatment.

MSP3450G
Sound IF1 ADC Sound IF2 Loudspeaker Sound Processing Loudspeaker Subwoofer

Demodulator

Preprocessing

DAC

I 2 S1 I 2 S2 SCART1

Prescale

Source Select

Headphone Sound Processing

DAC

Headphone

I2 S DAC

SCART2 SCART3 SCART4 MONO

SCART DSP Input Select

SCART1 ADC Prescale DAC SCART Output Select SCART2

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2. M62494SP SRS technology is incorporated in M62494SP. The full name of SRS is sound retrieval system, implying a sound system that can reproduced and restore the stereo sound that is taking place at the site. It is a patented sound technology of SRS Lab USA. The signal is fed to pins 1 and 2 of M62494 through pins 27 and 28 of MSP34x0. After processing it is sent to pins 3 and 5 of TPA3002D of N404 where it is amplified and output. From pins 11 and 12 the control signal of stereo and mono sound channel is sent to pin 2 (mono sound) and pin 63 (stereo), where selection is made.

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REF OUT

19
+
REF

18

17

16

15

14

13 12

11

-

MONO

STEREO

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10

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3.TPA3002D2 Sound power amplification TPA3002D2:(power amplification of stereo category D with volume control) TPA3002D2 is a high efficiency audio frequency amplifier of category D. The gains scope provided is -40dB to -36dB. Supply voltage is 12V. The input of the amplifier is differential input (any noise at the two input sides of the channel can be eliminated). The modulation of TPA3002D2 for various outputs is from 0 to the supply voltage. However out P (positive output) and out N (negative output) are now at the phase where they have no input to each other. For positive output voltage, the duty cycle of OUT P is bigger than 50% and that for OUT N is less than 50%. For negative input voltage, the duty cycle of OUT P is lower than 50% and that for OUT N is higher than 50%. In most of the period the voltage to the load is 0V, which greatly reduces the switching current thus lowering the power consumption of the load. For BTL output (differential output), the voltage at the two output pins is 180 degree out of phase. Load is connected between the two pins, thus enabling the load to get four times the output power and reducing the baffle to the DC capacitor (BTL output is equal to balanced output).

TPA3002D2
V2P5

V2P5
VAROUTR
V2P5 Gain Adj.

PVCC VClamp Gen

VCLAMPR

BSRN

PVCCR(2)
Cint2

Gate Drive

ROUTN(2 )
PGNDR

RINN RINP
V2P5

Gain Adj.

Deglitch &

Rfdbk2

Modulation Logic

BSRP PVCCR(2)
Gate Drive

Rfdbk2

VREF
VOLUME
Gain Control

Cint2

ROUTP(2)
PGNDR

VARDIFF VARMAX
REFGND

To Gain Adj.
Blocks

V2P5

OC Detect Startup Protection Logic Thermal VDD VDDok AVCC VCCok

ROSC COSC

Ramp Generator Biases

&
References

AVDDREF
AVDD

AVDD
5V LDO

AVCC AGND

PVCC

SD

TTL Input Buffer

VClamp Gen

VCLAMPL
BSLN

MODE MODE_OUT

Mode Control

PVCCL(2)
Cint2

V2P5

Gate Drive

LOUTN(2) PGNDL
BSLP

LINN LINP

Gain Adj.

Deglitch &

Rfdbk2

Modulation Logic

PVCCL(2)
Gate Drive

Rfdbk2 V2P5 Gain Adj.

Cint2

LOUTP(2) PGNDL

VAROUTL

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(5). Processing of photograph
PW1306 is an optimized graph processing IC used for plane displayer (monitor). 1.U12 74LVC541A is an 8-digit buffer. Its input and output have 3 state functions. When OE1 and OE2 are both low electric level, Ii and Oi are in on state. Otherwise Qi is three states. Controlled by RD,CSO signal of PW1306, PW1306 reads the information about the push key and decodes the key according to the state of D0 \ D7. 2.PW1306 provides three terminals for data of 24 bits,of which one is specialized for input (VG port) of Video/graphics data, one is specialized for the display of output port (terminal D), another one is a terminal (DG port) for the data of definable double direction display output/graphics input. DG port is defined as input mode, which can be independently considered as a VG port or can be formed, together with the original VG terminal, into an input port for 48 bit 2 picture element/every clock. Once DG port is defined as output mode, it can be formed, together with D terminal, into a displayer of 48 bit for double point (double click) screen. · PW1306 with built in OSD function,in support of transparent and semi-transparent OSD,and with phased-in and phased-out function. ·PW1306 includes an 80X86 CPU,16 bit micro processor, with interruption port, universal I/O ports, VART port, IR decoder, PWM output port and timer and a memory port applicable for various PROM,ROM,FLASH,RAM. Signal flow direction of PW1306: 1. LG screen(single point screen)display of data output · DRE[7:0],DGE[7:0],DBE[7:0] · DCLK ,DEN,DHS, DVS 2.PW1306 FLASH interface ·A(19:1) to the address bus of flash. ·D(15:0) to the data bus of flash. ·ROMWEN write in enable of Flash. · ROMOEN output enable of Flash. 3. other signals ·Reset signal from small CPU. ·RD,CSO,I/O extension control. ·TXD,RXD universal asynchronous sending and receiving. · SDA,SCL I2C bus · IR: infrared signal input from remote controlled receiving board. · P15V330A P15V330B controls the 5 way 1/2 switch of BA7657F. · NMI non-screened interruption.(for access to programs) · RAIN GAIN BAIN R,G,B three base color input ·HSYNC VSYNC input ·PWM OUT: output of modulated pulse width for the control of the brightness of display screen · LVDSON:to control the POWER DOWN of the sender of LVDS ·BKLON:control signal for back lights ·LCDON :control signal for the power supply of PANEL ·SDA1,SCL1,ACK,REQ to X603 and the to analog plate for communication with the analog plate. ·Flash ID: for normal operation when in low electric level and for flash write software when in high electric level.

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PortA & D (7:0)

A D CS (19:1) (15:0) (1:0)

NMI

TxD RxD

GPIO

PWM

IR Decoder

2-Wire Serial

16-Bit Microprocessor

Processor ROM/ RAM Interface

Interrupt Controller

UART

Microprocessor Bus

HSYNC, VSYNC SOYIN FILT PLL CLK Memory In Bus SOY Stripper Sync Processing VS

HS

Mem ory Buffer

Memory Out Bus

Processor Mem ory Interface

OSD

Watchdog and Timers

R/Pr

Clamp

A/D

G/Y

Clamp

A/D

CSC

Auto Im age

Scaling & Video Enhancem ent
A/D

Color Matrix

OSD and Gain

Color Lookup Tables

Color Space Expander

DERGB (23:0)

DORGB(23:0)

B/Pb

Clamp

Display Tim ing Generator

DVS, DHS, DEN, DCLK

PW1306

ADC

Reset

MCLK DCLK UCLK

Pow erOn Reset
RESET

PLL and Oscillator
XI XO

PW1306 Video ImageProcessor Internal Block Diagram

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WIRING DIAGRAM

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Serial No. of Parts
335-2000-00 203-L20H8-01W 302-AD16A-02 667-L20H8-05 667-L20H8-09 667-L22H8-55 667-L20H81-05 667-L20H8-55 Display screen Parts of main board adapter Parts of big key board Parts of infrared receiving board Parts of TV board Parts of small key board High frequency board

Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen

Category

criteria One single spot
2 neighboring spots

Q’ty allowed 15" ≤5 ≤2 ≤5 ≤6 20" ≤2 ≤1 ≤2 ≤7 22" ≤5 ≤2 ≤5 ≤5 30" ≤2 ≤1 ≤2 ≤4 40" ≤3 ≤1 ≤3 ≤10

Distance between two spots 15" 20" 22" 30" 40"

Bright spot

≥15mm

Total No. One single spot Dark spots Two neighboring spots Total No. Total defected point

≥15mm

≤2 ≤6 ≤8

≤2 ≤7 ≤7

≤2 ≤5 ≤5

≤1 ≤4 ≤4 /

≤5 ≤10

≥10mm

≥5mm

Notes: .1. Definition of defected point (bright spot, dark spot): It is identified as a defected point if its area exceeds 1/2 of a single picture element (R,G,B). 2. Definition of bright spot: It is identified as a bright spot if it is bright in the state of dark field and its bright size remains unchanged 3. Definition of dark spot: It is identified as a dark spot if it is dark in the state of white field and its dark size remains unchanged

4.

Definition of two neighboring points: Defects of a group of picture elements(RB,RG,GB).

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Troubleshooting guide
No raster

Does the logo appear on the screen when turning on the set ? Yes Check whether there is R.G.B output at X601 on TV board. No Replace TV board.

No

Check whether the adapter supply 12V power to Digital Board. Yes

No

Check whether X101 is properly inserted. Good

Check U125965V.

Check whether FUSE is melted.

Good Check whether U18 pin 63 is high level. No

No

Replace adapter.

Replace Digital board.

No sound

Check N8 pin 14, 15, 22, 23, 38, 39, 46,47 (these pins should have 12V power supply) Yes

No

Check L302, X604 pin 5 and pin 6.

Check N8 pin3, pin 5's input signal. Yes Check whether N8 pin 4, 27, 28 are normal. Pin 4 should be 2.43V, pin 27 should be 1.46V and pin 28 should be triangle wave. No

No

Check N6 pin 5 and pin 8 signal. Yes Check N8's welding condition.

No

Check N5 pin 27 and pin 28 signal. No

Check N5 pin 67 signal. No Check whether U1 pin 11 have output waveform.

Replace N8.

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TV board troubleshooting
No picture but have raster.
Measure the waveform of R.G.B Hors, Vers at X7. No Check whether N1 has 5V power supply. Yes Measure N1 pin 33, pin 35 waveform. Yes Measure N1 pin 42, pin 44 waveform. Yes Check V105-V107's output waveform. No Replace V105-V17. No No Replace N2 No Replace N1 No Check whether X9 pin 1, pin 2 have 5V power input.

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1

2

3

4

PW130 PW130.SCH D SDA RGBSWITCH RGBSWITCH.SCH RAIN RXD GAIN TXD BAIN FLASHID HSYNC VSYNC PI5V330A PI5V330B HSYNC BUSY VSYNC PI5V330A LCDVCC PI5V330B SCL SDA C POWER POWER.SCH LVDSON HOLD LCDON POWER RESETn LED IR POWER FLASH FLASH.SCH LED IR ROMWEn B RESETn IR ROMOEn SCL A<19:1> D<15:0> SDA NMI RESET IR ROMOEn A<19:1> D<15:0> NMI RESET DBO<7:0> DCLK DVS DHS DEN BLKON PWM DBO<7:0> DCLK DVS DHS DEN BKLON PWM LVDSON HOLD ROMWEn DRE<7:0> DRO<7:0> DGE<7:0> DGO<7:0> DBE<7:0> DRE<7:0> DRO<7:0> DGE<7:0> DGO<7:0> DBE<7:0> SCL SDA LCDVCC RESET LCDON B FLASHID C BAIN RXD RXD SCL1 GAIN TXD TXD SDA1 SCL REQ SDA1 SCL1 RAIN BUSY REQ LVDSOUTPUT LVDSOUTPUT.SCH D

LVDSON LCDON TTLOUTPUT TTLOUTPUT.SCH

A Title Size B Date: File: 1 2 3 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\PW130V1.prj 4 Sheet 1 of 8 Drawn By: Number Revision

A

1

2

3

4

VD104 IN4148
LCDON D

R125 20K
PGND1 1

U19 IRF7307
S1 G1 S2 G2 D1b D1b D2a D2a 8 7 6 5 V12-STB

LVDSON

VD105 IN4148 R112 100K C137 0.1u
PGND1

Vin

GND

2 3 4

L107 STBH-102 C121 10V100u C135 0.1u
PGND1

C122 0.1u

U5 LM1117MPX
DVDD1 Vout

D

L112
V12

C127 0.1u
GND AVDD GND GND

STPB-300

R124 100K

L108 6.8uH C123 10V100u

C128 10V100u

C124 0.1u

V5 C

C108 10V 100u L103 STPB-300

GND

Vin

Vout

STBH-181 C110 0.1u C111 C115 10V 100u10V47u
GND

Vin

GND

C109 0.1u

U2 AS2830

VDDQ3

U4 LM1117MPX L106
Vout

V18 C

C117 0.1u C116 GND 0.1u
GND GND

C118 10V 47u

GND

GND

GND

X101
12V FUSE 0

V12 1 Vin

U1 LM2596
Feedbad on/off GND output 4 2

5V
L101 33uH

L102 STPB-300

C106 10V 22uF

V5

L110 22uH

C130 V5-1 10V100uF

VD101 MBRD340
PGND4 B

C107 0.1u

5

3

C129 10V100u

C131 0.1u

C134 C132 C101 0.1u 0.1u 16V 2200u

C102 V12 R118 0.1u 47K V102 BC847 R109 10K

C103 16V 470u

C104 0.1u

V12

GND B

R121 R122 R123 1.8K 1.8K 1.8K
LED

V12

R103 10K V103 BC847 R102 V5-STB 1.5K
1 2 3 8 7 6 5 GND

R101 1.5K
VD102 HZ5V1

R104 R106 R117 4.7K 4.7K 4.7k R119

R120 10K
GND V5 V12-STB

PB5 PB3 PB4 GND

VCC PB2 PB1 PB0

100 100

10K

IR

C119 C138 GND 0.1u 0.1u C133 16V100u

4 GND

POWER

U3 ATTINY12L

100 R114 R115 R116 R107
RESETn

1

GND

8

PGND1

A

X102
Title RZ1 0 PGND4 PGND6 Size A4 Date: File: 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\POWER.SCH 4 Sheet 3 of 8 Drawn By: Number Revision

4.7K R113
HOLD

A

1K

1

2

3

1

2

3

4

VDDQ3

R223 3.3K
D

VDDQ3

Y

L206 3.3uH

X203

FLASHID RXD TXD

R225 8.2K R224 V201 BC847
GND VDDQ3

D

9
Pb
L207 3.3uH

1
TVRAIN TVGAIN TVBAIN TVHSYNC TVVSYNC

VDDQ3

R222 3.3K R221 3.3K
1 2 3 4 1OE 1A 1Y 2OE 2A 2Y GND VCC 4OE 4A 4Y 3OE 3A 3Y 14 13 12 11

10K

Pr

L208 3.3uH R214 75 R215 75 R216 75 C240 10V22u

C231 10V22u
GND

5 V5-1

10 9 8

C230 0.1u

X202 YPbPr

C204 1u C205 1u C241 10V22u C234 10V22u C206 1u C207 1u C235 10V22u
V5

C232 10V47u C203 1u R217 100 R218 100 R219 100 R250 1K
1 2 3 4 24 23

6 7

C211 0.1u C209 1u
R1 IN HD1 IN

C212 10V47u

GND

U10 74LV126
V5-1

R G
C

L203 121H L204 121H L205 121H C213 68p C214 68p C215 68p

HD DET HD2 IN G1 IN GND B1 IN GND R2 IN HD OUT R OUT VCC G OUT COM IN

V5-1 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 V5-1

R243 1k R240 R242 10k
C

B

R235 100
V5-1

R239 1K V202 BC847

X201 VGA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

R211 75

R212 75

R213 75

R220 10K

C210 0.1u
8 7 6 5 VCC WP SCL SDA A0 A1 A2 VSS 1 2 3 4 GND

5 6 7 8 9 10

3K9 R241 1k

R236 100
V5-1

C228 C229 39n 18n

V203 BC847

GND COM OUT G2 IN GND B2 IN VD1 IN CTL B OUT VD OUT VD2 IN

R238 68k
PI5V330A

U11 24LC21 R209 100 R210 100

R237 100

1 2 3 4

A1 B1 CLR1 Q1 Q2 C2 R2 GND

VCC R1 C1 Q1 Q2 CLR2 B2 A2

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

V5-1

C208 1u C236 10V22u

11 12

C226 2n2 R244 22k

H
R202
AVDD R201 AVDD

L202 751H

U9 BA7657F

R245 12k

5 6 7

R203
AVDD

R204
AVDD 2K

V

L201 751H C227 2n2

V5-1

10K
B

10K

2K

8

VD201 BAV99

X204 PHONE

VD202 BAV99 L209 3.3uH L210 3.3uH

VD203 BAV99

VD204 BAV99
TVRAIN

C237 10V22u

U20 74LS221 1 2 R1 IN HD1 IN 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 VSYNC PI5V330B V5-1 1

B

HD DET HD2 IN G1 IN GND B1 IN GND R2 IN HD OUT R OUT VCC G OUT COM IN

U6 74HC14A R247
RAIN AVDD 14 13 12 11 10 9 GND 8

R226 R227 R228 R229 10k 10K 10K 10k

C216 1u
TVGAIN

R246 C217 1k 1u 10V22u C238 C239 10V22u

3 4 5

C222 AVDD 0.1u C223 10V 10u

C224 0.1u

V5-1

100 R248
GAIN

C218 1u
TVBAIN

R230 22 C221 22p R232 2.2K C220 22p R233 2.2K

R231 22

2 3 4 5 6 7

C225 10V47u

6 7 8 9

X205
L211 3.3uH

100

TVHSYNC

GND COM OUT G2 IN GND B2 IN VD1 IN CTL B OUT VD OUT VD2 IN

L212 3.3uH

TVVSYNC V5-1

10 11

R249
BAIN

1

R

L

L

R 7
X206

100

C201 0.1u

C202 10V47u

12

U7 BA7657F
A

HSYNC A

Title Size B Date: File: 1 2 3 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\RGBSWITCH.SCH 4 Sheet 4 of 8 Drawn By: Number Revision

1

2 DGO<7:0> DRO<7:0> DRO0 DRO1 DRO2 DRO3 DRO4 DRO5 DRO6 DRO7

3

4

DGO0 DGO1 DGO2 DGO3 DGO4 DGO5 DGO6 DGO7

D<15:0> D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 RESET V18

R327 47R

R329 47R R328 47R

R330 47R

R331

47R

D

V18

R309
3.3K

VDDQ3 47R

DBO0 DBO1 DBO2 DBO3 DBO4 DBO5 DBO6 DBO7 R332 DBO<7:0> DBO<7:0>

D

156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105

GND

D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 VSS VDD1 D13 D14 D15 TRST_N TCK TMS TDI TDO TESTEN VSS VDD1 VSSQ VDDQ3 RESET_N DGR0 DGR1 DGR2 DGR3 DGR4 DGR5 DGR6 DGR7 VSSQ VDDQ3 DGG0 DGG1 DGG2 DGG3 DGG4 DGG5 DGG6 DGG7 DGB0 DGB1 DGB2 DGB3 DGB4 DGB5 DCLKNEG DCLK VSSQ

47 47
VDDQ3 DEN DHS DVS DGB6 DGB7 DR0 DR1 VSS VDD1 DR2 DR3 DR4 DR5 DR6 DR7 DG0 DG1 DG2 DG3 VSSQ VDDQ3 DG4 DG5 DG6 DG7 DB0 DB1 VSS VDD1 DB2 DB3 VCLK DB4 DB5 VSSQ VDDQ3 DB6 DB7 HSYNC VSYNC VYUV0 VYUV1 VYUV2 VYUV3 VYUV4 VYUV5 VYUV6 VYUV7 VPEN TXD RXD 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 VDDQ3

DCLK DEN DHS DVS

R312 R313 R314

A<19:1>

D3 D2 D1 D0 A19 A18 A17 A16

L301 22uH
V18

L302 22uH
C

C303 10V 22u
GND GND VDDQ3

VDDQ3

C304 C305 C306 0.1u 10V 22u 0.1u

V18 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 V18

C302 18p C301 18p Z301 14.318 R308 1.5M

C350 10V 47u
GND VDDQ3

C351 0.1u

VDDQ3

R345 3.3K
BUSY B

1 19 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

OE1 VCC OE2 I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 O0 O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 GND

20 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

VDDQ3 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

NMI ROMOEn ROMWEn PWM SCL SDA IR REQ SCL1 SDA1 FLASHID

DVDD1 DGND1 DVDD1 DGND1 NC AVDD NC NC AGND NC NC AGND NC NC AGND NC NC AVDD DGND1 DVDD1 PGND PVD FILT PVD PGND PVD PGND ALVDD ALVDD ALGND ALGND AVDD AVDD AGND AGND AVDD RAIN AGND AVDD AGND AVDD AGND GAIN SOGIN AGND AVDD AGND AVDD AGND BAIN AGND AVDD

U12 74LVC541A VD301 IN4148

VDDQ3 GND 3.3K

R307

157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208

D3 D2 D1 D0 A19 A18 A17 A16 VDDPA2 VSSPA2 VDDPA1 VSSPA1 XI XO VDDQ3 VSSQ VDD1 VSS A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 VDD1 VSS VDDQ3 VSSQ A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 NMI WR RD ROMOE ROMWE CS0 CS1 PORTA7 PORTA6 PORTA5 PORTA4 PORTA3 PORTA2 PORTA1 PORTA0

47 47

R315
DRE<7:0>

R333

47R

V18

DRE0 DRE1 DRE2 DRE3

R334 47R DRE4 DRE5 DRE6 DRE7 DGE0 DGE1 DGE2 DGE3 VDDQ3 R335 47R R336 47R DGE4 DGE5 DGE6 DGE7 47R DBE0 DBE1 DBE2 DBE3

DGE<7:0> C

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6

U18 PW130

DBE<7:0>

R337 V18 GND

R339 3.3K
VDDQ3 HSYNC VSYNC POWERON LCDON LVDSON BKLON HOLD PI5V330B PI5V330A TXD 10V 100u RXD VDDQ3 GND

R338

47R

DBE4 DBE5 DBE6 DBE7 B

DVDD1

C620 10V 47u
V18

C623 0.1u
GND

C644 0.1u

C621 0.1u

C622 0.1u

C643

R306 R305

R316 R317 R318 R319 3.3K R320 R340 3.3K R321 R3043.3K 3.3K 3.3K

100 100 100 100 100 100

R310 3.3K
GND

C645 C646 C647 C648 C649 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u C642 0.1u

VDDQ3

C635 10V 100u
GND

R303 R302 3.3K
A AVDD

R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K 3.3K C625 C626 0.1u 0.1u C627 C628 0.1u 0.1u

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

GND AVDD DVDD1 AVDD

GND DVDD1

GND AVDD

C636 C637 C638 C639 C640 C641 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u

C312 0.1u C313 0.1u C310 47n C314 10V 22u
GND 3

1

X301

1

POWER

C319 R311 3.9n 3.3K C634 0.1u C316 0.1u
V18

GND

C624 10V 100u

C629 C630 0.1u 0.1u

C631 C632 C633 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u

C318 39n

C309 C308 47n 1n

C307 47n
BAIN GAIN RAIN

A Title Size B Date: File: 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\PW130.SCH 4 Sheet 5 of 8 Drawn By: Number Revision

X302
1 2

L303 22uH

C317 C315 0.1u 0.1u

1

2

3

4 VDDQ3

5

6

A<19:1> VDDQ3 A17 D 1 3 5 7 GND 2 4 6 8 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 C ROMWEn 11 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 D11 D3 D10 D2 D9 D1 D8 D0 ROMOEn D15 D7 D14 D6 D13 D5 D12 D4

D<15:0> A1 D0 D1 D2 D3 VDDQ3 D12 D13 D14 D15 A15 A13 A11 A9 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50

R507 3.3K
VDDQ3 ROMOEn D8 D9 D10 D11 D4 D5 D6 D7 A17 A16 A14 A12 A10 ROMWEn A18 A7 A5 A3

D<15:0>

X501
5 4 3 2 1 VDDQ3 GND IR V5-STB V5 LED D

A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 NC NC WE# RESET# NC NC RY/BY# A18 A17 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1

A16 BYTE# Vss DQ15/A-1 DQ7 DQ14 DQ6

JP1 HEADER 4X2

GND

C507 0.1u
GND

C508 10V 47u
VDDQ3

U13 AM29LV800BT

DQ13 DQ5 DQ12 DQ4 Vcc DQ11 DQ3 DQ10 DQ2 DQ9 DQ1 DQ8 DQ0 OE# Vss CE# A0

C501 0.1u

A19 A8 A6 A4 A2

VD501 IN4148 S1 C506 0.1u

R512 30K R513 200
RESET C RESETn GND

VDDQ3

V501 BC857

R515
VDDQ3

12 13 14

VDDQ3

10K

GND

C505 10V 47u

C509 0.1u R501 1K
GND

R504 1K R505 3.3K
GND

15 A19 A18 A8 A7 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

A<19:1>

JP2 HEADER 25X2

VDDQ3

S2
NMI

R502 3.3k V502 BC847 R503 10K
GND

C504 0.1u U14 24C16
1 2 A0 A1 A2 VSS VCC WP SCL SDA 8 7 6 5 SCL SDA GND VDDQ3

R514 100K
GND

A6 A5 A4

C502 0.1u

C503 0.1u

B

A3 A2

B

R506 3.3k GND

3 4

A1 GND

A Title Size B Date: File: 1 2 3 4 5 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\FLASH.SCH Sheet of Drawn By: 6 Number Revision

A

1

2

3

4

D TXD

R609 51

V5

X602
1 2 3 4

D

RXD

R610 51
GND LCDVCC U901 HWJS538 C902 C901 0.1u 10V22u

C607 16V 100u
PGND2

C608 0.1u

1

3

2

X603
REQ BUSY

VD901

BLUE

RED

R901 330 C

C SDA1 SCL1 GND

1
X901

X604
SDA 1 2 3 4

VOL-S504
GND

VOL+ S505
GND

CH-S506
GND

CH+ S507
GND

SCL V5 GND

B

B

POWER S501
GND

SOURCE MENU S502
GND

X502

S503
X501 GND GND

A Title GND Size A4 Date: File: 1 2 3 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\LVDSOUTPUT.SCH 4 Sheet of Drawn By: Number Revision

A

1

2

3

4

V5 D DBO<7:0> DBE<7:0> DGO<7:0> DGE<7:0> DRO<7:0> DRE<7:0> VDDQ3

R716 10K X701 R715 10K
1 GND 2 3 4 GND VCC 8 7 6 5 V12 GND V12 V12 1 2 3 4 5 6 PGND3 D

R713 3.3K R714 V704 BC847 R712 2.2K JP3 HEADER 20X2
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 V5
DRE1 DRE3 DRE5 DRE7 DRO1 DRO3 DRO5 DRO7 DGE1 DGE3 DGE5 DGE7 DGO1 DGO3 DGO5 DGO7

10K C707 0.1u

R717 10K

U16 LM358 R709 NO C710 0.1u

VDDQ3 GND V5

C

DRE0 DRE2 DRE4 DRE6 DRO0 DRO2 DRO4 DRO6 DGE0 DGE2 DGE4 DGE6 DGO0 DGO2 DGO4 DGO6

R708 2K VD701 IN4148

GND

C706 10V 100u

R707 3.3K VD702 IN4148 V702 BC847
GND

VD703 IN4148

R706 100K
GND

C

C708 C709 16V 100u 0.1u
V12

R718 0

U17 LT1117
PGND2 V5 IN GND OUT

R704 0

R705 0

GND

GND

C705 10V 100u JP4 HEADER 20X2
DBE0 DBE2 DBE4 DBE6 DBO0 DBO2 DBO4 DBO6

C703 10V 100u
PGND2

C704 0.1u
DBE1 DBE3 DBE5 DBE7 DBO1 DBO3 DBO5 DBO7

C142 0.1u R703

C702 16V 22u C701 0.1u V705 PGND2 2SJ439

B

DCLK PWM LCDON BKLON SCL GND LCDVCC

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40

V701 BC847

R702 1K C141 16V22u

10K
B

R701 3.3K
LVDSON DEN DHS DVS RESET SDA PGND2

PGND2

GND

A Title Size B Date: File: 1 2 3 5-Nov-2003 F:\temp2\A-USER\TTLOUTPUT.SCH 4 Sheet 8 of 8 Drawn By: Number Revision

A

1

2

3

4

5

6

GOUT

ROUT

AV2-RIN

AV1-RIN

AV2-LIN

AV1-LIN

16V 22uF GNDA D3

BOUT

C122

C121 R125 3.3V-1 100n 4R7 D2 R123 1K R124 22

5V 1S-RIN 2S-RIN 1S-LIN V103 BC847 MONO C84 470n C25 16V 10u
Vs

2S-LIN

R134 100 N1 VCT3833
SAFETY VPROT BIN GIN RIN

AV2-RIN R21 10K 47n C16 50V 3u3 AGND 42 44 45 43 41 C15 16V 220u C12 16V 10u CAPL_M AHVSUP CAPL_A SC1_OUT_L SC1_OUT_R VREF1 SC2_OUT_L SC2_OUT_R 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 ROUT2 29 28 27 26 25 C90 1n C6 1n8 R6 22 C7 10n R5 3K C8 2n2 GND R31R30 75 75 R LOUT2 X3 GNDAJY-3536-01-250 AV1/Y1 C1 X4 S-402 AV1-RIN R26 10K AV1-LIN R27 10K 1VIN R28 75 X5 SRS MONO GND R38 10K C91 50V 2u2 C50 16V 47uF 1S-RIN ROUT2 2 HEADPR 1S-LIN HEADPL C92 50V 2u2 2S-LIN 4 7 6 5 4 5 6 2S-RIN LOUT2 C53 16V 47uF GND ROUTP R16 100 D4 574 GND 7 3 GND 1 GND C R7 22 R8 3K C9 1n8 C10 10n C11 2n2 C83 16V 10u R34 R35 100 100 L12 10uH GND R36 47K LOUT1 ROUT1 R37 47K LOUTP LOUTN ROUTN L ROUTP X2 C17 100n C14 1n5 C13 470p 2VIN 5V R23 75 X1 GND AV2-LIN R22 10K D

LL4148 LL4148 5V D V104 2SC1815

VREFTOP

SC1_IN_R

SC2_IN_R

SC3_IN_R

SC4_IN_R

AGNDC

SC1_IN_L

SC2_IN_L

SC3_IN_L

36

EN SENSE

R119 C117 R118

100 220p 27 V106 2SC1015

R120 22K GNDS R117 560 R116 22K GNDS R113 560 R111 22K C130 C131 L110 100n 16V 47u 10uH GND

37 38 GNDM 39 RSW1 40 RSW2 42 ROUT 43 GOUT 44 BOUT
45

29 28 FLBIN 27 GNDD 26
VSUPD HOUT

R128 500 GND

C28 5V

1n5 65 AVSUP AVSUP 66 67 68 69

L3 10uH QSS C29 56p C30 56p

ANA_IN1+ ANA_IN1ANA_IN2+ TESTEN XTAL_IN XTAL_OUT TP AUD_CL_OUT NC NC D_CTR_I/O_1 I2S-DA-OUT D_CTR_I/O_0 ADR_SEL I2C-DA STANDBYQ NC I2S-WS I2C-CL I2S-CL I2S-DA-IN1 I2S-DA-IN2 N5 MSP3450G

MONO_IN

SC4_IN_L

R105 C123 C124 4R7 16V 47uF 100n GNDS C118 220p GNDA V105 2SC1015 R121 R122 27 560

33 HFLB 34 VERTQ 35 VERT

C21

C20

C19

C18

C87 48 47

C24

C23

31
GNDD

62

61

64

63

60

59

58

57

56

54

53

51

50

55

52

AHVSS

AHVSS

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

AVSS

AVSS

ASG

ASG

ASG

NC

30

Hs

49

46

R126 100

R127 4K7

V102 BC847

C27 470p

C22

GND

C88

32

R135 500 5V C26 16V 10u

100n

47n

47n

47n

47n

47n

47n

47n

C85 C86

10V 22uF 10V 22uF

GND GNDD

3.3V

AGND C31 1.5P

70 71 72 73

25

R115 C116 R114

100 220p V107 2SC1015 27

41 SVMOUT

24 TEST 23
VIN4 VIN3 VIN2

C114 100n

C115 L105 16V 22u 100uH

G1 18.432MHz C32 1.5P

GND

NC NC DACM_SUB NC DACM_L DACM_R DACA_R

74 75

22

GNDS C113 680n C112 680n 680n C111

2VIN GNDS 1VIN AV1/Y1 79 CVBS GNDD 80 76 77 78

R112 5V

100

VSUPAB

21 20

ADR-WS

ADR-DA

ADR-CL

DVSUP

DVSUP

C

C132 C133 GNDA 100n 16V 47u 5V C138 C139 C125 C126 100n 10V 47u 100n 10V 47u Vin Vin R130 10K

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

46 GNDAB VIN1 19 47 VRD CIN2/CRIN 18 48 49 AIN3 50 AIN2
XREF CIN1 CBIN VSUPAF

DVSUP

DVSS

DVSS

DVSS

680nC110

RESETQ

VREF2 DACA_L

HEADPL C34 C33

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

50V 2u2 50V 2u2

GND Vout GNDS

GND Vout

17 16

C1 C153 1n L102 100uH 5V R3 SCL1 R1 SDA1 R2 5V R103 3K3 GNDAF 5V R102 100 GND C150 16V 47uF GND GNDAF BUSY 12V-IN BUSY GND
REQ

1K 100 100 5V L1 10uH C1 16V 10u C2 152p C3 470p GNDD

R4

27K HEADPR C89 1n C35 18n

1 2 3 4 5 6 C36 470p 7 8 9

RINREFOUT LIN REFIN SRSPR L+R SRSA BPF

20 19 18 C47 16V 10u C46 R13 GND GND GND

R109

10K

3.3V-1 C141 10V 47u 2 N4 1

GNDS C137 10p GNDS C142 100n B 5V R132 C144 C143 2K7 100n 16V 10u R133 2K7 8 7 6 5 R151 R150 0 0 GNDS C158 GNDS 5p C157 5p R146 R147 R148 R149

P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 GNDP1 VSUPP1 P16 P17

6 C58

12

11

10

R137 100

5 C57 C56 4 C55 3 C54 2

57 XTAL2 58 RESQ 100 59 SCL 100 60 SDA 100 61 P23
100

9 8 7 6 5
4

RESET

9V 12V-1 R24 1 10K 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 C74 C75 10n 100n L9 33uH C79 10n L10 33uH C81 10n SD C49 100n GND L4 33uH12V-IN C82 16V 1000u C80 100n GND ROUTN C52 16V 10u GND C48 16V 10u

9V R40 10K

R39 10K 8

R41 10K

1uF

1uF 1uF

1uF

1uF

3

8

9

7

RINP

VOLUME

AVDDREF

VARMAX

VARDIFF

VREF

RINN

GND

LINN

LINP

V2P5

1

2

C101 C102 100n 16V 10u L101 100uH GNDP

15 16 L5 33uH 17 18 19 L6 33uH 20 21 22 23 C65 C67 100n 10n 24

GND 5V

PVCCL LOUTN LOUTN PGNDL PGNDL LOUTP LOUTP MODE_OUT PVCCL PVCCL VCLPL AGND AVDD AGND ROSC COSC BSLP VAROUTR VAROUTL MODE N8 TPA3002D2

PVCCR ROUTN ROUTN PGNDR PGNDR ROUTP ROUTP PVCCR PVCCR VCLPR BSRP

3

SDA1

SCL1

N2 AT24C016-10PC 1 2 3 4

AVCC

GNDS SDA1 SCL1
V113 BSS138 V112 BSS138

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

3

120K

220p

100n

CVBS 5V C151 C152 16V 10u 100n L109 10uH GND 14 12 13 11 MONO R142 270 R144 470 GNDAF A QSS C159 10n R136 100 GND 10 9 8 7 4 6 5 3

16V 10u

BUSY
V111

R20

C69

DTC144KEA

C70

C72

GND

C68 1uF GND

C71 100n

C73 1uF GND

C148 10V 47u GND

R131 0

3

BUSY

SDA2

REQ

12V-IN GND 1 3 2 5V CVO 6 CVO 5 4 LOUT1 GND 4 3 GND 2 1 ROUT1 8 7 4 3 6 5 GND X10 PGND GND

5V-IN

SCL2

5

4

3

2

1 SCL2

2

1

2

1

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

BUSY

SCL

SDA

AF O/P

CVBS

SIFOUT

+5V IF

U1 JS-6ADW-134

AFC

AGC

SDA

GND X11

+5V

AS

SCL

NC

BT

NC

IF

X9 X8

SDA2

5V

5V

5V

GND

12V

12V

REQ

R

L

N11 LT1117 1

N3 LT1117

GNDS 3.3V

C140 10V 100u

L106 100uH C134 C135 100n 16V 47u

51 AIN1 52 AOUT2 53 AOUT1
54
VSUPS

15 GNDAF 14
SGND VRT VOUT P10

C4 RESET

100n

GND C39 C38 680n 10n

C106 16V 47u

C107 100n C105 47n

13

V110 BC847

ROUT HPF SRSNR LPF SRSNL PS

R145 R140 1K R141 10K 100 V109 BC847 GND GND GND R43 100 C40

C136 G101 10p 20.25MHz

55 GNDS 56 XTAL1

12 11 10

C104 GNDS 16V 10u V101 R101 BC857 100

R104 3K3

C156 1u

R33 10K

R32 10K

R42 100

LOUT GND Vcc STEREO

17 C44 100n 2K 4n7 R12 16 3K9 C43 15 220n C42 14 100n C45 10n 13 12 SRS STEREO

C108 10V 100u

V108 BC857

GND D1 LL4148 R138 1K C147 0.1uFGND

10 R9 R10 1K5 GND 470p 3K

MUTE MONO 11 M62494E N6

KIA7027

R15 1K5

R14 910

R

L
GND

R129 30K

12V-1 C61 16V 10u LOUTN C62 100n

C60 C59 100n 10n

13 14

BSLN

BSRN PVCCR

C51 100n

N7 TLE2412

PVCCL

L
GND

B

R
X6

62
63 64

P22 P21 P20

IR LED

3 2 1

SRS MONO SRS STEREO

R108 75 C154 25V 470u SDA2 SCL2

GND LOUTP

C63 470n C64 100n

C78 470n C77 100n C76 16V 10u

5V-IN L107 33uH

5V

ROUT

1 2

R GND G GND B GND Hs GND A Vs X7

16V 10u C66 12V-1

LED 12V-1 5V

GND 12V-IN HW0038 1 N10 2 IR IN

C149 25V 470uF GND 9V

GOUT

3 4

R139 C155 10n 10K

3.3V

LM7809 1 2 OUT N9 BOUT

5 6

GND L18 4GND 3GND Y L15 Y L16 Y L17 Y GND

Hs

7 8

GND 5V C146 16V 10u GND C145 L108 100n 10uH R106 0 C127 22n

AGND

GND
Vs

R152 10k

9 GND

2GND 1GND Title GND Size C Date: File:

GND GND

Number

Revision

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3

4

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