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HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1 2007.04 Canadian Model
HCD-EC77/GX99

AEP Model
HCD-EC55/EC77

UK Model
HCD-EC55
• HCD-EC55 (US model) and HCD-EC77/GX99 (US
and Canadian models) are the Amplifier, CD player E Model
and Tuner section in MHC-EC55/EC77/GX99.
• HCD-EC55 (Except US model) and HCD-EC77/ Australian Model
GX99 (Except US and Canadian models) are the HCD-EC55/EC77
Amplifier, CD player, Tape Deck and Tuner section
in MHC-EC55/EC77/GX99.
Photo : HCD-EC55 (E model)

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW


CD
Base Unit Name BU-K6BD90-WOD
Section
Optical Pick-up Name KSM-213DCP
TAPE Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW
Section Tape Transport Mechanism Type CS-21SC-901TP

SPECIFICATIONS
Main unit European and Russian models: Inputs
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS Power output (rated): AUDIO IN (stereo mini jack): Sensitivity 800 mV,
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: Low channel impedance 47 kilohms
(HCD-GX99, HCD-EC77 The United States model only) 45 W + 45 W (at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
Outputs
Low channel High channel
PHONES (stereo mini jack): Accepts headphones with
With 8 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 120 – 10,000 Hz; 60 watts 45 W + 45 W (at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 1% THD)
an impedance of 8 Ω or more
per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic RMS output power (reference):
SPEAKER: Accepts impedance of 6 to 8 Ω
distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output. Low channel
SUBWOOFER OUT (HCD-GX99 only)
High channel 65 W + 65 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
With 8 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 2,000 – 13,000 Hz; 60 watts High channel CD player section
per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic 65 W + 65 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 10% THD) System: Compact disc and digital audio system
distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output. Laser: Semiconductor laser (λ=770 – 810 nm)
Other models:
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS The following are measured at AC 120, 127, 220, 240 V, 50/60 Hz Emission duration: continuous
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: Power output (rated): Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
(HCD-EC55 The United States model only) Low channel Signal-to-noise ratio: More than 90 dB
With 6 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 120 – 10,000 Hz; 45 watts 50 W + 50 W (at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD) Dynamic range: More than 88 dB
per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic High channel Tape deck section (Except for North American model)
distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output. 50 W + 50 W (at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 1% THD) Recording system: 4-track 2-channel, stereo
RMS output power (reference):
Low channel Tuner section
Amplifier section FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner
70 W + 70 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
HCD-GX99 High channel Antenna:
Front speaker: 70 W + 70 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 10% THD) FM lead antenna
RMS output power (reference): AM loop antenna
Low channel HCD-EC55 FM tuner section:
95 W + 95 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD) North American model: Tuning range
High channel RMS output power (reference): North American model: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step)
95 W + 95 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 10% THD) 65 W+ 65 W (per channel at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Other models: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step)
Subwoofer: European and Russian models: Intermediate frequency: 10.7 MHz
RMS output power (reference): Power output (rated): 45 W + 45 W (at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
150 W (at 6 Ω, 80 Hz, 10% THD) RMS output power (reference):
HCD-EC77 65 W + 65 W (per channel at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
North American model: Other models:
RMS output power (reference): The following are measured at AC 120, 127, 220, 240 V, 50/60 Hz — Continued on next page —
Low channel Power output (rated): 45 W + 45 W (at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
95 W + 95 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD) RMS output power (reference):
High channel 65 W + 65 W (per channel at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
95 W + 95 W (per channel at 8 Ω, 8 kHz, 10% THD)

COMPACT DISC DECK RECEIVER


9-887-532-02 Sony Corporation
2007D16-1 Home Audio Division
© 2007.04 Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1

AM tuner section: MODEL IDENTIFICATION


Tuning range
Pan-American and Australian models: – Back Panel –
530 – 1,710 kHz (with 10 kHz tuning interval)
531 – 1,710 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning interval)
European and Russian models:
531 – 1,602 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning interval)
Other models:
530 – 1,610 kHz (with 10 kHz tuning interval)
531 – 1,602 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning interval)
Intermediate frequency: 450 kHz

General
Power requirements:
North American model: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
European and Russian models: AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
Australian model: AC 230 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Mexican model: AC 127 V, 60 Hz
Argentine model: AC 220 V, 50/60 Hz
Korean model: AC 220 V, 60 Hz
Other models: AC 120, 220 or 230 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz, adjustable with voltage
selector
Power consumption:
HCD-GX99
USA model: 190 W
Canadian model: 245 VA
HCD-EC77
USA model: 190 W
Canadian model: 245 VA Parts No.
European and Russian models: 140 W
0.5 W (in Power Saving Mode)
Other models: 150 W Model Part No.
HCD-EC55 GX99: CND model 2-319-061-0[]
USA model: 95 W
European and Russian models: 95 W EC55: AEP, UK model 2-893-579-0[]
0.5 W (in Power Saving Mode)
Other models: 95 W EC55: RU model 2-893-580-0[]
Dimensions (w/h/d) (excl. speakers): EC55: E2 model 2-893-581-0[]
Approx. 200 × 306 × 410 mm
EC55: E51 model 2-893-582-0[]
Mass (excl. speakers):
EC55: MX model 2-893-583-0[]
HCD-GX99
North American model: Approx. 6.1 kg EC55: AR model 2-893-584-0[]
HCD-EC77 EC55: SP model 2-893-586-0[]
North American and European models: Approx. 6.1 kg
Other models: Approx. 6.4 kg EC55: AUS model 2-893-587-0[]
HCD-EC55 EC55: KR model 2-893-588-0[]
North American model: Approx. 5.0 kg
Other models: Approx. 5.3 kg EC77: CND model 2-893-595-0[]
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
EC77: RU model 2-893-597-0[]
EC77: E2 model 2-893-598-0[]
EC77: E51 model 2-893-599-0[]
EC77: MX model 2-893-600-0[]
EC77: AR model 2-893-601-0[]
EC77: AUS model 2-893-604-0[]
EC55: US model 3-095-136-0[]
EC77: AEP model 3-095-137-0[]
EC77: E3 model 3-095-138-0[]
GX99: US model 3-095-139-0[]
EC77: US model 3-095-495-0[]

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! • Abbreviation


AR : Argentine model
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE AUS : Australian model
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN CND : Canadian model
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. E2 : 120 V AC area in E model
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. KR : Korean model
MX : Mexican model
RU : Russian model
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT SP : Singapore model
À LA SÉCURITÉ!

LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR


LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES
PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE
FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM- POSANTS
QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT
DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS
PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ................................................ 4 7-4. Printed Wiring Board — BD90 Board — ...................... 33
7-5. Schematic Diagram — BD90 Board — ......................... 34
2. GENERAL ................................................................... 6 7-6. Printed Wiring Boards — MAIN Section — ................. 35
7-7. Schematic Diagram — MAIN Section (1/2) — ............. 36
3. DISASSEMBLY 7-8. Schematic Diagram — MAIN Section (2/2) — ............. 37
3-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 8 7-9. Printed Wiring Board — PANEL Board — ................... 38
3-2. Side Panel (R), Side Panel (L) ......................................... 9 7-10. Schematic Diagram — PANEL Board — ...................... 39
3-3. Top Panel Assy (Except US, CND) ................................. 10 7-11. Printed Wiring Boards — KEY Section — .................... 40
3-4. Top Panel (US, CND) ...................................................... 10 7-12. Schematic Diagram — KEY Section — ........................ 40
3-5. Front Panel Assy .............................................................. 11 7-13. Printed Wiring Board — HI-AMP Board — .................. 41
3-6. Mechanical Deck (Except US, CND) .............................. 12 7-14. Schematic Diagram — HI-AMP Board — .................... 42
3-7. Belt (MAIN), Belt (R/F) (Except US, CND) .................. 12 7-15. Printed Wiring Board
3-8. KEY-LEFT Board ............................................................ 13 — LOW-AMP Board (EC77/GX99) — .......................... 43
3-9. KEY-RIGHT Board, KEY-CD Board, PANEL Board .... 13 7-16. Schematic Diagram
3-10. JACK Board ..................................................................... 14 — LOW-AMP Board (EC77/GX99) — .......................... 44
3-11. MAIN Board .................................................................... 15 7-17. Printed Wiring Boards
3-12. CD Mechanical ................................................................ 16 — DECK Section (Except US,CND) — ......................... 45
3-13. Optical Pick-up (KSM-213DCP), BD90 Board .............. 17 7-18. Schematic Diagram
3-14. Belt (DLM3A) ................................................................. 18 — DECK Section (Except US,CND) — ......................... 45
3-15. Chassis ............................................................................. 18 7-19. Printed Wiring Board
3-16. PT Board (Except EC55:US), PT (U) Board (EC55:US), — PT Board (Except EC55: US) — ............................... 46
Power Transformer .......................................................... 19 7-20. Schematic Diagram
3-17. LOW-AMP Board, HI-AMP Board (EC77/GX99) ......... 19 — PT Board (Except EC55: US) — ............................... 46
3-18. HI-AMP Board (EC55) ................................................... 20 7-21. Printed Wiring Board — PT (U) Board (EC55: US) — . 47
3-19. DC Fan ............................................................................ 20 7-22. Schematic Diagram — PT (U) Board (EC55: US) — ... 47

4. TEST MODE ............................................................... 21 8. EXPLODED VIEWS


8-1. Overall Section ................................................................ 57
5. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ......................... 25 8-2. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 58
8-3. Chassis Section (EC77/GX99) ........................................ 59
8-4. Chassis Section (EC55) ................................................... 60
6. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .......................... 25
8-5. Top Section (Except US, CND) ....................................... 61
8-6. CD Mechanism Deck Section ......................................... 62
7. DIAGRAMS
7-1. Block Diagram — BD/DRIVER Section — .................. 30 9. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................................. 63
7-2. Block Diagram — TUNER Section — .......................... 31
7-3. Block Diagram — MAIN Section — ............................. 32

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HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES

CAUTION This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product.


Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation the rear exterior.
exposure.

Notes on chip component replacement


• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be
damaged by heat. Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation
exceeding the limit for Class 1.
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
• Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 °C NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
during repairing. BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times). The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
or unsoldering. charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
SAFETY CHECK-OUT use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following repair parts.
safety check before releasing the set to the customer: The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, care.
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage.
Check leakage as described below. NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK
The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on
LEAKAGE TEST the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pick-
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.).
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH OPERATION
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA CHECK
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these Carry out the “S curve check” in “CD section adjustment” and check
instruments. that the S curve waveforms is output three times.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
digital multimeter is suitable for this job. UNLEADED SOLDER
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples the lead free mark due to their particular size)
of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See
: LEAD FREE MARK
Fig. A) Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher
To Exposed Metal than ordinary solder.
Parts on Set Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
about 350 °C.
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
AC • Strong viscosity
0.15 µF 1.5 k Ω voltmeter
(0.75 V) Unleaded solder is more viscou-s (sticky, less prone to flow)
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
occur such as on IC pins, etc.
• Usable with ordinary solder
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
Earth Ground also be added to ordinary solder.
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. CAUTION

When carrying this system


1 Remove all discs to protect the CD mechanism.
2 Hold down CD u (play/pause) on the unit, and press
?/1 until “STANDBY” appears.
3 After “LOCK” appears, unplug the power cord.

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HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99

HOW TO OPEN THE DISC TRAY WHEN POWER SWITCH TURNS OFF
Turn the bottom rib (not the gear) with a flathead screwdriver in the direction of arrow A, and
draw out the tray in the direction of arrow B.

tray

gear

bottom rib

flathead screwdriver

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HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
SECTION 2 This section is extracted
from instruction manual.
GENERAL

Notes on playing multisession discs


Basic Operations Adjusting the sound ˎIf the disc begins with a CD-DA (or MP3) session, it is recognized
as a CD-DA (or MP3) disc, and playback continues until another
session is encountered.
* ˎA disc with a mixed CD format is recognized as a CD-DA (audio)
To adjust the volume
disc.
Press VOLUME +/– on the remote (or turn the
VOLUME control on the unit) ȶ.

To add a sound effect


To Press
Listening to the radio
Generate a more dynamic DSGX Ȱ on the unit. 1 Select “FM” or “AM.”
sound (Dynamic Sound Press TUNER/BAND Ȭ repeatedly.
Generator X-tra)
2 Select the tuning mode.
Set the sound effect EQ Ȱ.
Press TUNING MODE Ȯ repeatedly until “AUTO”
appears.
To turn on the subwoofer (HCD-GX99 only)
Press SUBWOOFER ON/OFF in the lower part of the 3 Tune in the desired station.
subwoofer until the indicator on the subwoofer lights up. Press +/– on the remote (or TUNING + or – on the
* To adjust the sound output level for the subwoofer, turn the unit) ȭ.
SUBWOOFER LEVEL in the lower part of the subwoofer. Once you
have made the adjustment, the overall sound level can be adjusted
Scanning stops automatically when a station is tuned
using VOLUME +/– on the remote (or turn the VOLUME control in, and then “TUNED” and “STEREO” (for stereo
on the unit) ȶ. programs) appear.

Playing a CD/MP3 disc


* Except for North American model 1 Select the CD function.
Press CD on the remote (or FUNCTION repeatedly) To stop automatic scanning
Ȭ. Press Ą (stop) ȭ.
2 Place a disc. To tune in a station with a weak signal
Press ì (open/close) ȱ on the unit, and place a If “TUNED” does not appear and the scanning does
disc with the label side up on the disc tray. To place not stop, press TUNING MODE Ȯ repeatedly until
additional discs, slide the disc tray with your finger as “MANUAL” appears and press +/– on the remote (or
shown below. TUNING + or – on the unit) ȭ repeatedly to tune in the
To close the disc tray, press ì (open/close) ȱ on the desired station.
unit.
To reduce static noise on a weak FM stereo
Do not force the disc tray closed with your finger, as
station
this may damage the unit.
Press FM MODE Ȯ on the remote repeatedly until
“MONO” appears to turn off stereo reception.

Playing a tape (Except for North


American model)
1 Select a tape function.
Press TAPE on the remote (or FUNCTION on the
unit repeatedly) Ȭ.
3 Select a disc. 2 Insert a tape.
If the discs are currently stopped, press DISC SKIP on Press Ąì (stop/eject) ȫ on the unit, and insert the
the remote (or DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE on the unit) tape into the cassette holder. Make sure there is no
ȳ. To change discs while in other functions, press slack in the tape to avoid damaging the tape or the
Before using the system DISC 1 – 3 Ȳ on the unit. tape deck.
4 Start playback. 3 Start playback.
To use the remote
Press à (play) (or CD ā (play/pause) on the unit) Press à (play) ȫ on the unit.
Slide and remove the battery compartment lid Ȼ, and
Ȭ.
insert the two R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied), × side To Press
first, matching the polarities shown below. To exchange other discs during playback, press DISC
SKIP/EX-CHANGE ȳ on the unit. Pause playback ê (pause) ȫ on the unit. To resume
play, press the button again.
To Press Stop playback Ąì (stop/eject) ȫ on the unit.
Pause playback ê (pause) on the remote (or CD Rewind or fast ù/ß ȫ on the unit.
ā on the unit) Ȭ. To resume forward*
play, press the button again.
* Be sure to press Ąì (stop/eject) ȫ on the unit after the tape has
Stop playback Ą (stop) ȭ. been wound or rewound to the end.
Select a folder on an +/– ȯ. Note
MP3 disc Do not turn off the system during playback or recording.
Select a track or file ÃÄÑ (go back/go forward)
Notes on using the remote
ˎWith normal use, the batteries should last for about six months.
on the remote (øÄÞ on the
unit) ȭ.
ˎDo not mix an old battery with a new one or mix different types of
batteries.
Changing the display
Find a point in a Hold down ù/ß (rewind/fast
ˎIf you do not use the remote for a long period of time, remove the
batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
track or file forward) ȭ during playback, and To Press
ˎBatteries installed devices shall not be exposed to excessive heat such release the button at the desired
Change DISPLAY ̢ repeatedly when the
as sunshine, fire or the like. point.
information on the system is turned on.
Select Repeat Play REPEAT Ȯ on the remote display*
To set the clock
repeatedly until “REP” or “REP1” Change Display DISPLAY ̢ repeatedly when the
1 Turn on the system. appears. mode (See below.) system is turned off.
Press ÒÄÆ (on/standby) ȩ.
* For example, you can view CD/MP3 disc information, such as the
2 Select the clock set mode. To change the play mode track or file number or folder name during normal play, or the total
Press PLAY MODE Ȯ repeatedly while the player is playing time while the player is stopped.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SET ȹ on the remote. If the
current mode appears on the display, press Ã/Ñ stopped. You can select normal play (no display for all The system offers the following display modes.
ȭ on the remote repeatedly to select “CLOCK,” and discs or “1 DISC” for a disc or “ ” for all MP3 files
Display mode When the system is off1),
then press ENTER Ⱥ on the remote. in the folder on the disc), shuffle play (“SHUF” for
all discs shuffle, “1 DISC SHUF” for one disc shuffle Power Saving The display is turned off to conserve
3 Set the time. or “ SHUF*” for folder shuffle), or program play Mode2) power. The timer and clock continue
Press Ã/Ñ ȭ on the remote repeatedly to set (“PGM”). to operate.
the hour, and then press ENTER Ⱥ on the remote. * When playing a CD-DA disc, (SHUF) Play performs the same Clock3) The clock is displayed.
Use the same procedure to set the minutes. operation as 1 DISC (SHUF) Play.
1)
The STANDBY indicator ̣ on the unit lights up when the system is
The clock settings are lost when you disconnect the Notes on Repeat Play off.
power cord or if a power failure occurs. ˎAll tracks or files on a disc are played repeatedly up to five times. 2)
You cannot set the clock in Power Saving Mode.
3)
ˎYou cannot select “REP” and “SHUF” (all discs shuffle) at the same The clock display automatically turns to Power Saving Mode after
time. eight seconds.
ˎ“REP1” indicates that a single track or file is repeated until you stop
Notes on the display information
Selecting a music source it.
ˎCharacters that cannot be displayed appear as “_”.
Notes on playing MP3 discs ˎThe following are not displayed;
Press the following buttons (or press FUNCTION Ȭ ˎDo not save other types of tracks or files or unnecessary folders on a ˋtotal playing time for an MP3 disc.
repeatedly). disc that has MP3 files. ˋremaining playing time for an MP3 file.
ˎFolders that have no MP3 files are skipped. ˎThe following are not displayed correctly;
To select Press ˎMP3 files are played back in the order that they are recorded onto ˋelapsed playing time of an MP3 file encoded using a VBR (variable
CD CD Ȭ on the remote. the disc. bit rate).
ˎThe system can only play MP3 files that have a file extension of ˋfolder and file names that do not follow either the ISO9660 Level
Tuner TUNER/BAND Ȭ. “.MP3”. 1, Level 2 or Joliet in the expansion format.
Tape1) TAPE Ȭ on the remote. ˎIf there are files on the disc that have the “.MP3” file extension, ˎThe following are displayed;
but that are not MP3 files, the unit may produce noise or may ˋtotal playing time for a CD-DA disc when the play mode is “1
Component2) (connected FUNCTION repeatedly malfunction. DISC”.
using an audio cord) (or AUDIO IN3) on ˎThe maximum number of: ˋremaining playing time for a track.
the remote) Ȭ until ˋloadable sessions on a single disc is 10. ˋID3 tag information for MP3 files when ID3 version 1 and version
“AUDIO IN” appears. ˋfolders is 150 (including the root folder). 2 tags are used (ID3 version 2 tag information display has priority
ˋMP3 files is 255. when both ID3 version 1 and version 2 tags are used for a single
1)
Except for North American model. ˋMP3 files and folders that can be contained on a single disc is 300. MP3 file).
2)
If the component has the AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) ˋfolder levels (the tree structure of files) is eight. ˋup to 15 characters of ID3 tag information using uppercase letters
or BASS BOOST function, turn off the function to avoid distorted ˎCompatibility with all MP3 encoding/writing software, recording (A to Z), numbers (0 to 9), and symbols (‘< > * + , – / @ [ \ ] _).
sound from the speakers. device, and recording media cannot be guaranteed. Incompatible
3)
North American model only. MP3 discs may produce noise or interrupted audio or may not play
at all.

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Using optional audio components Recording onto a tape (Except for


To connect an optional headphones
North American model)
Connect headphones to the PHONES jack ȴ on the Use a TYPE I (normal) tape only.
unit. You can record just the portions you like from a sound
source, including connected audio components.
To connect an optional component
Connect additional audio source components to the Use buttons on the unit to control tape recording.
AUDIO IN jack ȵ on the unit using an analog audio 1 Insert a recordable tape into the cassette holder
cord (not supplied). Turn down the volume on the with the side you want to record facing up.
system, and then select the AUDIO IN function.
2 Prepare the recording source.
Select the desired source to record.
Place the disc you want to record and press DISC
SKIP/EX-CHANGE ȳ to select a disc.
When recording a folder from an MP3 disc, press
PLAY MODE Ȯ repeatedly to select “ ,” and then
Other Operations press +/– ȯ repeatedly to select the desired
folder.
To record only your favorite CD tracks or MP3 files in
your desired order, perform steps 2 to 5 of “Creating
Creating your own CD program your own CD program.”
(Program Play) 3 Start recording.
Use buttons on the remote to create your own program. Press Ć (record) ȫ, and then start playing the
desired recording source.
1 Press CD Ȭ to select the CD function.
The CD starts playing automatically after 10 seconds
2 Press PLAY MODE Ȯ repeatedly until “PGM” appears have passed.
while the player is stopped.
If there is noise while recording from the tuner,
3 Press DISC SKIP ȳ to select a disc. reposition the appropriate antenna to reduce the
noise.
4 Press Ã/Ñ (or ø/Þ on the unit) ȭ
repeatedly until the desired track number appears. While recording, you cannot listen to other sources.
When programing MP3 files, press +/– ȯ To stop recording
repeatedly to select the desired folder, and then select Press Ąì ȫ.
the desired file.
Tip
Selected track or file number We recommend that you press ê ȫ first, and then press Ąì ȫ to
avoid noise being recorded when you stop recording.

Using the timers


The system offers two timer functions. If you use both
Total playing time of the
selected track timers, the Sleep Timer has priority.

Sleep Timer:
5 Press ENTER Ⱥ to add the track or file to the You can fall asleep to music. This function works even if
program. the clock is not set.
6 Repeat steps 3 through 5 to program additional Press SLEEP Ƚ on the remote repeatedly. If you select
tracks or files, up to a total of 25 tracks or files. “AUTO,” the system automatically turns off after the
current disc or tape stops or in 100 minutes.
7 To play your program of tracks or files, press à (or If the tape deck is still playing or recording at the set
CD ā on the unit) Ȭ.
time, the system turns off after the tape deck stops.
The program remains available until you open the disc
tray. To play the same program again, select the CD Play Timer:
function, and press à (or CD ā on the unit) Ȭ. You can wake up to CD or tuner at a preset time.

To cancel Program Play Use buttons on the remote to control the Play Timer.
Press PLAY MODE Ȯ repeatedly until “PGM” Make sure you have set the clock.
disappears while the player is stopped. 1 Prepare the sound source.
Prepare the sound source, and then press VOLUME
To delete the last track or file of the program
+/– ȶ to adjust the volume.
Press CLEAR ȼ on the remote while the player is
stopped. To start from a specific CD track or MP3 file, create
your own CD program.
To view program information, such as total 2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET ȹ.
track number of the program
Press DISPLAY ȷ repeatedly. 3 Press Ã/Ñ ȭ repeatedly to select “PLAY,” and
then press ENTER Ⱥ.
“ON TIME” appears, and the hour indication flashes.
4 Set the time to start playing.
Presetting radio stations Press Ã/Ñ ȭ repeatedly to set the hour, and
You can preset your favorite radio stations and tune then press ENTER Ⱥ.
them in instantly by selecting the corresponding preset The minute indication flashes. Use the procedure
number. above to set the minutes.
1 Tune in the desired station (See “Listening to the 5 Use the same procedure as in step 4 to set the time
radio”). to stop playing.
2 Press TUNER MEMORY Ȯ on the remote. 6 Select the sound source.
Preset number Press Ã/Ñ ȭ repeatedly until the desired
sound source appears, and then press ENTER Ⱥ. The
display shows the timer settings.
7 Press ÒÄÆ ȩ to turn off the system.
If the system is on at the preset time, the Play Timer
3 Press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the unit) ȭ will not play.
repeatedly to select your desired preset number.
If another station is already assigned to the selected To activate or check the timer again
preset number, the station is replaced by the new Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT ȹ, press Ã/Ñ
ȭ repeatedly until “PLAY SEL” appears, and then press
stations.
ENTER Ⱥ.
4 Press ENTER Ⱥ on the remote.
5 Repeat steps 1 through 4 to store other stations. To cancel the timer
Repeat the same procedure as above until “OFF” appears,
You can preset up to 20 FM and 10 AM stations. The and then press ENTER Ⱥ.
preset stations are retained for about half a day even
if you disconnect the power cord or if a power failure To change the setting
occurs. Start over from step 1.
6 To call up a preset radio station, press TUNING Tip
MODE Ȯ repeatedly until “PRESET” appears, and The Play Timer setting remains as long as the setting is not canceled
then press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the unit) ȭ manually.
repeatedly to select the desired preset number.

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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW


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

SET

3-2. SIDE PANEL (R) ,


SIDE PANEL (L)
(Page 9)

3-3. TOP PANEL ASSY 3-4. TOP PANEL (US, CND)


(EXCEPT US, CND) (Page 10)
(Page 10)

3-5. FRONT PANEL ASSY 3-10. JACK BOARD 3-6. MECHANICAL DECK 3-11. MAIN BOARD
(Page 11) (Page 14) (EXCEPT US, CND) (Page 15)
(Page 12)

3-7. BELT (MAIN), BELT (R/F)


(EXCEPT US, CND)
(Page 12)

3-8. KEY-LEFT BOARD 3-12. CD MECHANICAL


(Page 13) (Page 16)

3-9. KEY-RIGHT BOARD,


KEY-CD BOARD,
PANEL BOARD
(Page 13)

3-13. OPTICAL PICK-UP (KSM-213DCP), 3-14. BELT (DLM3A)


BD90 BOARD (Page 18)
(Page 17)

3-15. CHASSIS
(Page 18)

3-16. PT BOARD (EXCEPT EC55:US), 3-19. DC FAN


PT (U) BOARD (EC55:US), (Page 20)
POWER TRANSFORMER
(Page 19)

3-17. LOW-AMP BOARD,


3-18. HI-AMP BOARD (EC55)
HI-AMP BOARD (EC77/GX99)
(Page 20)
(Page 19)

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


3-2. SIDE PANEL (R), SIDE PANEL (L)

5 two screws
4 four screws (+BVTP3 × 10)
(TP3 × 12)

2 two screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)

6 side panel (L)

1 four screws
3 side panel (R)
(TP3 × 12)

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3-3. TOP PANEL ASSY (EXCEPT US, CND)

7dowel

6 two 4 two screws


5 wire (flat type)
claws (+BVTP3 × 10)
9core (CN606)

3 two screws 8 Remove the top panel assy


(+BVTP3 × 10) in the direction of the arrow.

2 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

1 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

3-4. TOP PANEL (US, CND)

6dowel

5 two 4 two screws


claws (+BVTP3 × 10)

3 two screws 7 Remove the top panel


(+BVTP3 × 10) in the direction of the arrow.

2 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

1 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

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3-5. FRONT PANEL ASSY


1 Turn the bottom rib (not the gear) with a flathead screwdriver in the direction
of arrow A, and draw out the tray in the direction of arrow B.

tray

gear

bottom rib

flathead screwdriver

9 front panel
assy 4 fwire (flat type)
27core (CN607)
3 door (CD)

5 fwire (flat type)


9core (CN605) 8 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

2 two claws

7 screw
(+KTP3 × 10)

6 wire (flat type)


13core (CN302)

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3-6. MECHANICAL DECK (EXCEPT US, CND)

2 four screws
1 Open the cassette box. (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

8 mechanical deck

5 connector
(CN501)

6 DECK board

7 Slide the lever in the 3 two screws


direction of the arrow. (+BVTP 3 × 6)

4 bracket (DECK)

3-7. BELT (MAIN), BELT (R/F) (EXCEPT US, CND)

1 belt (MAIN)

2 belt (R/F)

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3-8. KEY-LEFT BOARD

2 connector
(CN401)

3 KEY-LEFT board

1 four screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

3-9. KEY-RIGHT BOARD, KEY-CD BOARD, PANEL BOARD

7 knob (VOL)

2 connector
(CN403)

qa PANEL board

9 claw
0 wire (flat type)
27core (CN301)

8 eight screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
5 Remove the
soldering.

6 KEY-CD board

4 six screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
3 KEY-RIGHT board

1 five screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

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3-10. JACK BOARD

4 JACK board

2 JACK HOLD board

1 three screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

3 wire (flat type)


9core (CN605)

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3-11. MAIN BOARD

8 screw
qa Remove the soldering. (+BVTP3 × 10)

qs REG board

qd MAIN board

3 wire (flat type)


21core (CN608)

7 two screws
(+BVTP3 × 6)

4 connector
(CN601) (EC77/GX99)

9 two screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)

6 two screws 0 two screws


(+BVTP3 × 10) (+BVTP3 × 10)

2 wire (flat type)


27core (CN607)

1 wire (flat type)


9core (CN605)

5 connector
(CN604)

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3-12. CD MECHANICAL

1 wire (flat type)


21core (CN608)

2 four screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)

3 Remove the CD mechanical in the direction of the arrow.

8 CD mechanical

4 wire (flat type)


21core

5 wire (flat type)


13core

(EC77:US,CND/GX99)

7 cover (DLM3)

6 two tapping screws


(+BVWH 3 × 8)

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3-13. OPTICAL PICK-UP (KSM-213DCP), BD90 BOARD

1 two screws (+PTPWHM 2.6)


2 two coil springs (insulator)

3 two insulators

4 two screws (+PTPWHM 2.6)


5 two coil springs (insulator)
6 two insulators

9 optical pick-up
(KSM-213DCP)

7 wire (flat type) (16 core)


(CN301)

q; BD90 board

8 Remove the solderings from


the four points.

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3-14. BELT (DLM3A)

1 two screws
2 two screws

3 cover

4 belt (DLM3A)

5 belt (DLM3A)

3-15. CHASSIS

0 four screws
(+BVTP4 × 12)
1 clamp

5 heatsink support

4 two screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)
8 back panel

3 six screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)
(EC77/GX99)
2 two screws
7 heatsink support (+BVTP3 × 10)

Route the harnesses as shown below.

power cord
6 two screws qs screw
(+BVTP3 × 10) (+BVTP3 × 10)
qd HOLD board PT board

qa chassis 9 Remove the


solderings.

groove
qf POWER cord

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3-16. PT BOARD (EXCEPT EC55:US), PT (U) BOARD (EC55:US), POWER TRANSFORMER

1 four screws
(+BV4 × 8)

2 PT (U) board,
power transformer

(EC55:US)
2 PT board,
power transformer

(EXCEPT EC55:US)

3-17. LOW-AMP BOARD, HI-AMP BOARD (EC77/GX99)

1 screw
(+BVTP3 × 10)

3 HI-AMP board

2 two transisitor
screws

4 screw
(+BVTP3 × 10)

5 two transisitor
screws 6 LOW-AMP board

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3-18. HI-AMP BOARD (EC55)

1 screw
(+BV3 × 10)

2 two transisitor
screws

3 HI-AMP board

3-19. DC FAN

1 four screws
(+BVTP3 × 10)

2 DC fan

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SECTION 4 Ver. 1.1

TEST MODE

[MC COLD RESET] [CD SLOT LOCK]


The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the This mode is for the antitheft of CD disc in shop. (not for transport)
memory to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning Procedure:
the set to the customer. 1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on.
Procedure: 2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function.
1. In the standby status, press the @/1 button to turn the power 3. Insert a disc.
on. 4. While pressing the x button, press the Z button for more 5
2. Press three buttons of PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE , seconds.
FUNCTION and at last @/1 simultaneously. 5. The message “LOCKED” is displayed and the disc slot is
3. When “RESET” appears, the machine enters standby status. locked. (Even if exiting from this mode, the disc slot is still
locked)
[PANEL TEST MODE] 6. If press the Z button to eject the disc, the message
Enter The Panel Test Mode “LOCKED” is displayed and can not eject the disc.
Procedure: 7. To release this lock, while pressing the x button, press the
1. In the standby status, press the @/1 button to turn the power Z button for 5 seconds again.
on. 8. The message “UNLOCKED” is displayed and the disc slot is
2. Press three buttons of DISPLAY , x , and TUNER/BAND unlocked.
simultaneously.
3. When the panel test mode is activated, LEDs and segments of [CD POWER MANAGE]
LCD are all turned on. This mode is for switch the CD power supply on/off. Even if this
state pulls out AC plug, it is held.
Version Check Procedure:
Procedure: 1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on.
1. In the panel test mode (all LEDs and segments of LCD are 2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function.
turned on), press the FUNCTION button. 3. Press the @/1 button again to turn the power off (standby).
2. On the LCD, date and version are displayed “xxxxxxxx”. 4. After pressing the DISPLAY button, while pressing the x
For example, “0904V014”. button, press the @/1 button.
3. From this status, press the TUNER/BAND button, and the 5. It turns power on and display “CD POWER”, then display
destination is displayed. For example, “ER NA” or “ER E2” “ON” or “OFF”.
4. To release from this mode, press three buttons of DISPLAY ,
x , and TUNER/BAND simultaneously. [CHANGE-OVER THE AM TUNING INTERVAL]
(Except European and Russian models)
[CD REPEAT 5 LIMIT CANCEL MODE] The AM tuning interval can be changed over 9 kHz or 10 kHz.
Number of repeats for CD playback is 5 times when the repeat mode Procedure:
is “REPEAT”. This mode enables CD to repeat playback for limitless 1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on.
times. 2. Press the TUNER/BAND button to select TUNER (AM)
Procedure: function.
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on. 3. Press the @/1 button again to turn the power off (standby).
2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function. 4. After pressing the DISPLAY button, while pressing the
3. Press three buttons of CD u , DSGX , and DISPLAY TUNING+ML button, press the @/1 button.
simultaneously. 5. It turns power on and display “9k STEP” or “10k STEP”, and
4. It enters the CD repeat 5 limit cancel mode and displays “NO thus the tuning interval is changed over.
LIMIT”
5. To release this mode, press the @/1 button to turn the power [CD SHIP AND COLD RESET]
off. Procedure:
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on.
[CD SHIP MODE] 2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function.
This mode can run the CD sled motor optionally. Use this mode, for 3. Press three buttons of PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE ,
instance, when cleaning the optical pick-up. CD u and @/1 simultaneously.
Procedure: 4. After blink “STANDBY”, “RESET” is displayed, disconnect
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on. the AC plug.
2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function.
3. Press two buttons of CD u and @/1 simultaneously.
4. Set to the CD ship mode. (chucking on)
5. After blink “STANDBY”, “LOCK” is displayed, disconnect
the AC plug.

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[CD SERVO TEST MODE] CD Servo Test Mode Tree:


This mode can check the servo system operations of the optical Higher layer Lower layer of menu hierarchy
S Curve Mode LD ON
pick-up system (= optical unit + BD board). (BDT S CU) (LD ON)
RAM Read Mode Disc Type value indication
Note1: Do not enter the [CD SERVO TEST MODE] while any other test (BDTRAM R) (DISCTYPE) (0000)
mode is in progress. Gain Index value indication
Note2: Do not enter any other test mode while the [CD SERVO TEST (GAININDX) (0001)
RFO GAIN value indication
MODE] is in progress.
(RFO_GAIN) (0009)
FEO GAIN value indication
How to Enter the CD Servo Test Mode (FEO_GAIN) (0005)
Procedure: SBAD GAIN value indication
(SBAD_GAI) (0007)
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on. TEO GAIN value indication
2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function. (TEO_GAIN) (0000)
3. Press three buttons of CD u , PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE Disc Size value indication
and DISPLAY simultaneously. (DISCSIZE) (0000)
Op ABRAKE Error value indication
4. It enters the CD servo test mode and displays “BDT S CU”. (OPABRKER) (0000)
SBBT Data value indication
How to Exit from the CD Servo Test Mode (SBBT DAT) (006B)
Procedure: FEOOCD value indication
(FEOOCD) (F780)
1. Press three buttons of CD u , PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE RAM Write Mode SPG Mask value edit
and DISPLAY simultaneously. (BDTRAM W) (00 SPG) (Non mask:00, Mask:01)
2. It exits from the CD Servo Test Mode and returns to the Fix RF Gain value edit
(00 FIX) (Non Fix:00, AL Fix:01, RW Fix:02)
ordinary CD function.
TMAX ON value edit
(00 TMA)
Key Operation: Driver Mute OFF value edit
+, – : Use these keys to move between the five modes (00 D_M) (Normal:00, Forced OFF:01)
Command Out Mode COMOUT6X value edit command out
contained in the CD Servo Test Mode, that are the (BDT COMO) (COMOUT6X) (000000) (OK)
S-Curve Mode, the RAM Read Mode, the RAM READ2X value edit command out
Write Mode, the Command Out Mode and the Error (READ2X) (60) (50)
Rate Mode as described below. Also, use these keys REG READ value edit command out
(REG_READ) (00) (0000)
to move between the menus within the respective FEBC? command out
five modes. When + is pressed, the screen (FEBC?) (00)
advances to the next menu or to the next mode. When FGADD? command out
(FGADD?) (10)
– is pressed, the screen returns back to the
TEBC? command out
previous menu or to the previous mode. Use these (TEBC?) (00)
keys also to increase or decrease the numeric value TGADD? command out
when changing the numeric value. Pressing + (TGADD?) (00)
RFGC? command out
increases the value and pressing – decreases the (RFGC?) (00)
value. FEOF? command out
(FEOF?) (FFC0)
DSGX , EQ :Use these keys to move between the different layers TEOF? command out
(TEOF?) (FFC0)
of the hierarchy of the CD Servo Test Mode shown TEIOCD1? command out
below. Press DSGX to move down to the lower (TEIOCD1?) (FE80)
layer, and press EQ to move up to the higher layer. TEIOCD2? command out
(TEIOCD2?) (FF40)
TEIOCD3? command out
TUNING+ML , lm –TUNING : (TEIOCD3?) (FFC0)
Use these keys to move the cursor to the right digit TEOOCD? command out
or to the left digit in the six-digit number, when (TEOOCD?) (FD00)
FEOOCD? command out
changing the numeric value. (FEOOCD?) (F780)
Press TUNING+ML to move the cursor to MONITOR value edit command out
the right, and press lm –TUNING to return (MONITOR) (570A00) (OK)
the cursor to the left. Error Rate Mode Error rate indication
(BDT ERR) (00000000)

FUNCTION :Use this key to execute Command Out in the


Command Out Mode.

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[CD SERVICE MODE] Contents of “CDM Errors”


This mode can move the SLED of the optical pick-up, and also can Error display example
turn the optical pick-up laser power on and off. M 0 FF 11 42
Procedure: 12 3 4
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on.
2. Press three buttons of CD u , + , and DISPLAY 1 It indicates the error history number
simultaneously. 0 to 9: The error code number 0 indicates the newest error.
4. It enters the CD service mode and displays “SERVICE”.
5. To exit from this mode, press three buttons of CD u , + 2 It indicates whether the CDM error occurs in the normal
and DISPLAY simultaneously. operations or during the initialization operation.
FF : The error has occurred in the normal
Key Operation: operations.
TUNING+ML , lm –TUNING : Other than FF : The error has occurred during the initialization
Use these keys to move the SLED. When operation.
TUNING+ML is pressed in this mode, the
SLED moves to outer circumference and the message 3 It indicates the processing during which the trouble has
“SLED OUT” is displayed. occurred.
When lm –TUNING is pressed in this mode, 01: The disc EJECT processing is in progress.
the SLED moves to inner circumference and the 02: The disc INSERTION-WAITING processing is in
message “SLED IN” is displayed. progress.
03: Processing of the disc INSERTION-REQUEST for the
PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE : upper CD tray is in progress.
Use this key to turn the optical pick-up laser power 04: Processing of the disc EJECTION-REQUEST for the
on and off. When the laser power is turned on, the upper CD tray is in progress.
message “LD ON” is displayed. When the laser 05: The disc pulling-in operation is in progress.
power is turned off, the message “LD OFF” is 06: The disc chucking processing is in progress.
displayed. 07: The disc re-chucking processing is in progress.
08: The disc chucking-release completion operation is in
[CD ERROR CODE] progress.
The past errors of the CD mechanism (CDM) are displayed as the
CDM Errors, and those of the optical pick-up system (= optical unit 4 It indicates the operation during which the trouble has occurred.
+ BD board) are displayed as the BD Errors as shown below. 00 : Waiting for the operation.
Procedure: 10 to 13 : The disc EJECT operation is in progress.
1. Press the @/1 button to turn the power on. 20 : The disc pulling-in operation is in progress.
2. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD function. 30 : The disc chucking-release operation is in progress.
3. Press three buttons of CD u , x and DISPLAY 40 to 43 : The disc EJECT operation due to error is in progress.
simultaneously.
4. Then, the CDM error code is displayed as “M0xxxxxx” (x Contents of “BD Errors”
means hexadecimal number) on the LCD screen as shown Error display example
below. D 0 02 09 01
5. Every pressing of the TUNING+ML button in this mode 12 3 4
increments the number after “M” starting from “M0” up to
“M9”, and then returns to “M0”. Every pressing of the 1 It indicates the error history number
lm–TUNING button in this mode decrements the 0 to 9: The error code number 0 indicates the newest error.
number after “M”. The smaller the error code number is, the
newer the error content is. 2 It indicates the error content
6. When the PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE button is pressed 01: The focus servo cannot lock-in.
then, the BD error code is displayed as “D0xxxxxx” (x means 02: GFS is no good (NG).
hexadecimal number) on the LCD screen as shown below. In 03: The startup time exceeds the specified period of time (time
the same way as the CDM error code, use of the over)
TUNING+ML and the lm –TUNING buttons in 04: The focus servo is unlocked continuously.
this mode enables tracing of the error history. 05: Q code cannot be obtained within the specified period of
7. To exit from this mode, press the @/1 button to turn the time.
power off. 06: The tracking servo cannot lock-in.
07: Blank disc

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3 It indicates the on-going processing of optical pick-up system


(= optical unit + BD board) when the trouble has occurred.
01: The CD SHIP mode processing is in progress.
02: The POWER OFF processing is in progress.
03: The INITIALIZE processing is in progress.
04: The optical pick-up system (= optical unit + BD board)
is in the stop state.
05: The STOP operation is in progress.
06: The startup processing is in progress.
07: The TOC read-in processing is in progress.
08: The SEARCH operation is in progress.
09: The PLAY operation is in progress.
0A: The PAUSE operation is in progress.
0B: The PLAY – MANUAL SEARCH operation is in
progress.
0C: The PAUSE – MANUAL SEARCH operation is in
progress.

4 It indicates the operation that is being processed when the


trouble has occurred.
It indicates the step number of each processing specified by
3 . Because the numbers of steps are different in each
processing, this number is different in each processing.

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SECTION 5 SECTION 6
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

• Precaution DECK SECTION (EXCEPT US, CND) 0 dB=0.775 V


1. Clean the following parts with a denatured-alcohol-moistened
swab :
1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head
record/playback head pinch roller
demagnetizer.
erase head rubber belts
2. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.
capstan idlers
2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head
• Test Tape
demagnetizer. (Do not bring the head magnetizer close to the
erase head.) Tape Signal Used for
3. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments. P-4-A063 6.3 kHz, -10 dB Azimuth Adjustment
4. After the adjustments, appiy suitable locking compound to
the parts adjusted. RECORD/PLAYBACK HEAD AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT
5. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power
Procedure:
supply voltage unless otherwise noted.
1. Mode: Playback
• Torque Measurement
test tape JACK board
Mode Torque meter Meter reading P-4-A063 PHONES jack
2.0 – 8.0 mN • m (6.3 kHz, −10 dB) (J402) level meter
FWD CQ-102AS (20 to 80 g • cm)
(0.28 – 1.12 oz • inch)
0.15 – 0.6 mN • m set +
FWD
CQ-102C (1.5 to 6 g • cm) –
back tension (0.021 – 0.083 oz • inch)
5 – 17.7 mN • m
FF CQ-201AS (50 to 177 g • cm)
(0.7 – 2.48 oz • inch)
5 – 17.7 mN • m
REW CQ-201B (50 to 177 g • cm) 2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks
(0.7 – 2.48 oz • inch) do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw
so that outputs match within 1dB of peak.
• Tape Tension Measurement
Mode Tension Meter Meter Reading
more than 80 g within
FWD CQ-403A L-CH 1dB
(more than 2.82 oz) peak
within
Output 1dB
level

R-CH
peak
Screw Screw
position L-CH R-CH position
peak peak

3. Mode: Playback

test tape
P-4-A063 JACK board
(6.3 kHz, −10 dB) PHONES jack oscilloscope
(J402)

V H
set

waveform of oscilloscope

in phase 45° 90° 135° 180°


good wrong

4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to


the pats adjusted.

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Adjustment Location: Record/Playback/Erase Head


CD SECTION

Note:
1. CD Block is basically constructed to operate without adjustment.
2. Use YEDS-18 disc (3-702-101-01) unless otherwise indicated.
3. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10 MΩ impedance.
4. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent when the
signal level is low than specified value with the following checks.
5. Check the focus bias check when optical pick-up block is replaced.

FOCUS BIAS CHECK


oscilloscope
(DC range)
BD90 board

TP (RFI) +
TP (VC) –

Procedure :
1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (RFI) and TP (VC) on the BD90
board.
2. Press the I/1 button to turn the power ON, and press
the Z (CD) button to open the CD disc tray.
3. Set disc (YEDS-18) on the tray and press the CD u button
to playback.
4. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is as shown in the figure
below. (eye pattern)
A good eye pattern means that the diamond shape (◊) in the
center of the waveform can be clearly distinguished.

VOLT/DIV: 200 mV
TIME/DIV: 500 ns

level:
0.5 to 0.8 Vp-p

Checking Location:
– BD90 Board (Side B) –

TP
(VC)

TP
(RFI) IC101

26
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1

AM FREQUENCY COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT


TUNER SECTION 0 dB=1 µV
(US, Canadian, Australian models)
[AM] Adjustment Part Frequency Display Reading on Digital Voltmeter
Setting: L801 530 kHz 1.5 ± 0.1 V
FUNCTION: TUNER Confirmation 1,710 kHz 8 ± 0.5 V
TUNER/BAND button: AM
60 cm AM FREQUENCY COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT (Other models)
loop antenna A loop antenna B Adjustment Part Frequency Display Reading on Digital Voltmeter
AM RF signal L801 531 kHz 1.5 ± 0.1 V
generator Confirmation 1,602 kHz 7.2 ± 0.5 V
level meter
32 Ω
AM TRACKING ADJUSTMENT (US, Canadian, Australian models)
+
set – Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
30% amplitude
modulation by L805 530 kHz
400 Hz signal JACK board
MAIN board PHONES jack (J402)
Output level: 54 dBuV ANTENNA
CN801 pin 12 AM TRACKING ADJUSTMENT (Other models)
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
[FM]
L805 531 kHz
Setting:
FUNCTION: TUNER
TUNER/BAND button: FM FM FREQUENCY COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment Part Frequency Display Reading on Digital Voltmeter
FM RF signal MAIN board L803 87.5 kHz 1.75 ± 0.1 V
generator level meter
ANTENNA Confirmation 108 kHz 6.2 ± 0.5 V
0.01 µF CN801 pin 3
32 Ω
+ FM TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
set
– Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
75kHz frequency MAIN board JACK board L804 98 MHz
deviation by 1K Hz ANTENNA PHONES jack (J402)
signal CN801 pin 2
Output level: as low as possible Adjustment Location: MAIN board (See page 28).
(8dBuV)

digital voltmeter [FM DETECTOR ADJUSTMENT]


Setting:
MAIN board 100 k Ω FUNCTION: TUNER
TP (TUNER VT) TUNER/BAND button: FM

MAIN board
MAIN board IC801 pin qs
• Repeat the procedures in each adjustment several times. ANTENNA (TUNER OUT L-ch)
FM RF signal CN801 pin 3
generator level meter

+
set

Carrier frequency: 98MHz MAIN board MAIN board


Modulation: ANTENNA TP(TUNER-GND)
deviation by FM 75 kHz CN801 pin 2
Output level: 60 dBuV

1. Tune the set to 98 MHz.


2. Adjust L802 so that modulation distortion may become the
best in the vicinity of the maximum value where the tuner out
level becomes –15dBuV or more.

27
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99

[FM Auto Stop Check] Adjustment Location and Connecting Points


generator
– MAIN BOARD (Component Side) –

SET AM Tracking CN801


Adjustment ANTENNA 3 FM

+ 1 AM
L805
75 Ω

L803
FM Frequency L801
L804
Coverage Adjustment
AM Frequency
Coverage Adjustment FM Tracking

JW801
Adjustment
Procedure:
1. Turn the power on. FM Detector
L802

2. Input the following signal from Signal Generator to FM Adjustment


antenna input directly.

* Carrier Freq : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz


Deviation : 75 kHz
Modulation : 1 kHz
ANT input : 35 dBu (EMF)

Note: Please use 75 ohm “coaxial cable” to connect SG and the set. You
cannot use video cable for checking.
Please use SG whose output impedance is 75 ohm.

3. Set to FM tuner function and scan the input FM signal with


automatic scanning.
4. Confirm that input Frequency of A, B and C are detected and – MAIN BOARD (Conductor Side) –
automatic scanning stops.
FM 3 CN801
The stop of automatic scanning means “The station signal is received
AM 1 ANTENNA
in good condition.”

IC801 pin wk
(TUNER VT)
JW801

28
36 19
IC801
1 18
12

IC801 pin qs TUNER-GND


(TUNER OUT L-ch)

28
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
SECTION 7 Ver. 1.1

DIAGRAMS
• Circuit Boards Location
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.) EC77/GX99
Note on Schematic Diagram: Note on Printed Wiring Boards: DECK board (EXCEPT US, CND) HI-AMP board
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF) • X : parts extracted from the component side.
50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and • Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. MAIN board
tantalums. • f : internal component. LOW-AMP board
• All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise • : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. PANEL board
specified.
• f : internal component.
• 2 : nonflammable resistor. Caution:
• 5 : fusible resistor. Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from
• C : panel designation. (Side B) the pattern face are indicated. KEY-LEFT board
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from
Note: Note:
Les composants identifiés (Side A) the parts face are indicated.
The components identi-
fied by mark 0 or dot- par une marque 0 sont cri-
ted line with mark 0 are tiques pour la sécurité. PT board
critical for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une • Indication of transistor.
Replace only with part piéce por tant le numéro
number specified. spécifié. C
Q These are omitted.
• H : adjustment for repair.
• A : B+ Line. B E
• B : B– Line. REG board
• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ).
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production Q JACK board
tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production B C E
tolerances. These are omitted.
– HI-AMP/LOW-AMP Section –
No mark: CD STOP BD90 board
– DECK Section –
No mark: TAPE PLAY or TAPE REC KEY-CD board
– Other Section –
No mark: CD PLAY
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms. KEY-RIGHT board
• Signal path.
F : TUNER (FM)
J : TUNER (AM)
EC55
f : CD
d : AUDIO DECK board (EXCEPT US) HI-AMP board
E : PB (TAPE)
a : REC (TAPE) MAIN board
• Abbreviation
AR : Argentine model PANEL board
AUS : Australian model
CND : Canadian model
E2 : 120 V AC area in E model
E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models KEY-LEFT board
KR : Korean model
MX : Mexican model
RU : Russian model PT board (EXCEPT US)
SP : Singapore model

PT (U) board (US)

REG board

JACK board

BD90 board

KEY-CD board

KEY-RIGHT board

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
29 29
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM — BD/DRIVER SECTION —

SYSTEM CONTROLLER
IC301
(1/2)
OPTICAL PICK-UP
BLOCK
(KSM-213DCP) CD MECHANISM DECK

DETECTOR
15
VCC +1.7V
16 IC101 I-SW3
VC +3.3V I-CD-SW3 5
RF AMP,DSP,MP3 I-SW1
IC201 I-CD-SW1 7
12 I-CHACK
A 95 FN11(A) +1.5V 5 1 + 3.3V I-CD-CHACK 21
11 +1.8
B 97 FP11(B) REG
10 3
C 94 FN12(C) I-SW2
I-CD-SW2 6
13
D 96 FP12(D) I-CLOSE
14 I-CD-CLOSE 22
E 100 TN1(E) I-STOCK
9 I-CD-STOCK 23
F 98 TP1(F) I-OPEN
I-CD-OPEN 24
Q301

LD AUTOMATIC
POWER 91 LDo
7 CONTROLLER I/O-BUS0 17 I/O-CD-BUS0
I/O-BUS0
BUS0 38 Q313,318
I/O-BUS1 18 I/O-CD-BUS1
GND 24 XO I/O-BUS1
BUS1 39 +
X102 I/O-BUS2 19 I/O-CD-BUS2 O-CD-M1+ 8 MOTOR
8 I/O-BUS2
16.934MHz BUS2 40 DRIVER
I/O-BUS3 20 I/O-CD-BUS3
23 XI I/O-BUS3
BUS3 41
O-CD-BUCK 25 O-CD-BUCK M
O-CD-BUCK Q314,317
BUCK(CLK) 42 O-CD-CCE
PD O-CD-RST 26 O-CD-CCE
5
42 MD1 RST 37 O-CD-REQ O-CD-M1- 10 MOTOR
IC401 31 O-CD-REQ
VR SL/SP MOTOR +3.3V O-CD-CCE DRIVER -
CCE 43 O-CD-SBSY
DRIVER O-CD-REQ 43 O-CD-SBSY
6 FOCUS/TRACKING 20 IOO(/MSO) P100 48 O-CD-M-MUTE
COIL DRIVER O-CD-SBSY 30 O-CD-M-MUTE
S201 SBSY 54 I-CD-ZDET
F+ (LIMIT) I-CD-ZDET 29 I-CD-ZDET Q311,316
26 VD4+ ZDET 58 O-CD-RST
4 27 O-CD-RST
FOCUS
IN1 3 13 DMO O-CD-M2+ 11 MOTOR +
COIL F DRIVER
27 VD4-
1
IN2' 9 12 FMO M
T+ Q312,315
18 VD3+
3
TRACKING O-CD-M2- 12 MOTOR
IN3' 20 10 TRo DRIVER
COIL T -
17 VD3-
2
BIAS 23 11 VREF
SP+
M401 2 VO1+
I-MODEL I-SUFFIX
(SPINDLE) M IN4' 24 9 F0o
46 47
1 VO1- CD-L
SP LO 30 MAIN

M402
SL+
12 VO2-
CD-R
A SECTION
(Page 32)
Q307-310
CD
(SLED) M RO 27
MOTOR V-STBY
11 VO2+ CONTROLLER
SL
MUTE 7 21 I01(/UHS0) AVCC
• Signal Path

: CD
M-MUTE

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
30 30
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM — TUNER SECTION —

AM TRACKING
L805 IC801
AM/FM ,DET,OSC TUNER
1 AM RF-IN MIX, PLL ,IF AMP L-CH L-CH
IF TRANSFORMER L-OUT 12
T801 CF801
D801 450kHz FM DETECTOR
L801 AM FREQUENCY AM-MIX 5 7 AM IF-IN
CN801 TUNER
AM OSC COVERAGE L802
R-CH R-CH
AM R-OUT 13
1 FM-DET 11
31 AM-OSC
ANTENNA
FM/AM FL803
FL802 Q803
3 BPF 36 FM RF-IN 10.7MHz
FM
FM-MIX 3 IF AMP 8 FM IF-IN
FM TRACKING
34 FM RF-OUT
L804
FM RF

D804

Q801 B
32 FM-OSC
+3V +3V MAIN
REG SECTION
(Page 32)
TU-ANSD
L803 AGC 25
D803 Q802
FM OSC
+5V
FM FREQUENCY +5V
REG
COVERAGE
26 PD VM9V
TU-DO +9V
DO 18
TU-DI
27 LP-IN DI 16
TU-CLK
CL 17 TU-ANSD
28 LP-OUT 15 TU-CE

XOUT
CE TU-DO

XIN
TU-CE
19 20
TU-DI

X801 TU-CLK
75kHz

• Signal Path

: TUNER(FM)

: TUNER(AM)

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
31 31
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1
7-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION —

AUDIO SELECTOR
TONE CONTROLLER IC101
IC602 IC102
J401 R-CH R-CH J402
L-OUT 27 POWER 5
AUDIO IN 5 AUDIO-L 11
AMP PHONES
R-OUT 26 R-CH SYSTEM CONTROLLER (HIGH)
6 TUNER-L
IC301(2/2)
13 EC77/GX99
4 TAPE-L
CLK 21 3 O-FUNC-CLK TB601
7 CD-L
DATA 22 4 O-FUNC-DATA Q151 L
+9V +9V
Q604
REC-L 8 OVERLOAD SPEAKER
L-CH DET SP RELAY HIGH FREQ.
DRIVER IMPEDANCE:
R-CH R-CH RY601 USE 8
R-CH Q101,102
B TU-DO 33 I-TU-DO R
TU-DI 57 O-TU-DI AMP
TUNER PROTECT R-CH
TU-CLK 56 O-TU-CLK
SECTION
(Page 31) TU-CE 55 O-TU-CE
GX99
TU-ANSD 39 I-TU-ANSD
J601
SUBW00FER
OUT

A CD-L
X301
14 X1A IC101
CD-R R-CH IC102
32.768kHz
BD/DRIVER 13 POWER TB602
X0A 11 5
SECTION AMP
(Page 30) (LOW) L EC77/GX99 EC55
93 X0 SPEAKER
X302 SPEAKER
13 Q151 LOW FREQ.
5MHz IMPEDANCE:
IMPEDANCE:
92 X1 OVERLOAD RY602 USE 6
USE 8
EXCEPT US,CND DET
R
40 I-TP-STATE
Q608 R-CH Q101,102
SW303- 310 R-CH
AMP AMP
FUCTION 37 I-KEY1 CONTROL PROTECT
KEY
SW311-318
FUCTION
KEY 38 I-KEY2 D601
57

SW301,302
HEAD AMP

HEAD AMP

FUCTION
IC501

IC502

KEY 41 I-KEY-WAKE
D617
LED302
STANDBY
Q601,602
7
5

FAN M901
28 O-LED-STBY D602 +9V
CONTROL
M FAN MOTOR
TAPE MECHANISM DECK Q603
BLOCK S501(1/2) CURRENT
(REC/PB) LED301 DET
(BACK RIGHT) Q301
D602
L-CH LED
45 O-LED
DRIVE Q605,606
REC/PB S501(2/2)
HEAD (REC/PB)
IC302 PROTECT
DET
R-CH R-CH REMOTE
1 CONTROL 23 9 I-RMC
RECEIVER
L501 TP002 : EC77/GX99
BIAS OSC D303 D606 TP003 : EC55
BIAS POWER
+4V
OSC TRANSFORMER
Q501 (MAIN)
µCON +B
Q502 42 I-HOLD Q624 D607,609 E2,E3,E51,SP
Q304,305 Q306 +3.3V S001
P-SW AVDD
REG VOLTAGE
RESET ( +3.3V) +VP
RESET 54 RESET SELECTOR
SWITCH Q191
VM9V -VP
DVDD +3.3V
( +3.3V) REG
Q622
M S301 CD POWER
O-CD-ON 49 D619,620
CONTROLLER
VM+7V D611,612
VOLUME VOLUME 48 I-RE-VOL IC601 • R-CH is omitted due to same as L-CH.
+9V • Signal Path
VM9V 3 1
REG
M-SW D616 : TUNER(FM)

POWER : TUNER(AM)
LCD301 I-P-MONI 36 MONITOR
LIQUID CRYSTAL Q618 RY001:EXCEPT E2,E3,E51,MX,KR,AR,SP,AUS
DISPLAY Q619 RY002:E2,E3,E51,MX,KR,AR,SP,AUS : CD
63
. POWER
O-POWER 1 RELAY DRIVE
64
. : AUDIO
67 SEG0
TP001
89 POWER
. SEG31 TRANSFORMER
: PB (TAPE)
94 D055(1/2) (SUB)
100 : REC (TAPE)
Q302,303
D055(2/2)
59 COM0 +8.5V
+8.5V
REG
62 COM3
AC IN
D051,052

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
32 32
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1
7-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARD — BD90 BOARD — • See page 29 for Circuit Boards Location. :Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

A
BD90 BOARD (SIDE A) BD90 BOARD (SIDE B)

B
M401
M (SPINDLE)

R405
S201
(LIMIT)
C401

C405
B7
C404 C403

C R402

C125
VC

C124
M402
(SLED)
C122
R139 IC401

R136
C123
R140
M

C136
R129
C137 R142

R118
R127
R143

R134
R126

R128

R120
R130
R151
R415
D

C138

R135
C153

R408
R125

R414
C139
C140
C112

C107
TP121 C108
B8
RFI R114

C146 C142
C141

C100
R212
R113

R144
C143
R211

C145
R112
C144
C105 R210

R110
IC101

C110
C148
C133

C147
R111 R209
C149
E
IC201

C104 R218

C106
R208

C109
R219 R207
C207 C115
R146 R145 R153 R220 R206
R147 R221
A MAIN BOARD
C206

CN201
R154
R155 R205
5
1

R148 R149 R222

C116
R204
CN608
C201

R150

C102
3

R223

C101
C150 R104

C120
C119
R203

C117
( (

C118
SUFFIX-12
C205

C113
C306
R201

C152 C151
C130 C103 R106
C132 R157 Page 35
R101
X102

R105
( (
R156
F C126
C127 R102
SUFFIX-13
C202 R303
SUPPLEMENT-1
R302

C128 B9 R108 Page 3


R304

C301
R202
C204

E
C309

Q301

C307

R301

C303
CN301

C302
G
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK
• Semiconductor
KSM-213DCP
Location
Ref. No. Location
IC101 E-9
IC201 E-2
IC401 C-10

Q301 F-4

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
33 33
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
Ver. 1.1
7-5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — BD90 BOARD — • See page 48 for Waveforms. • See page 48 for IC Block Diagram. • See page 51 for IC Pin Function Description.

C107 R127 0
C136
0.1 47p
R126 0

R125

R128 470k
R142 R139 R129 0
22k 47k 1k
Q301
2SA2119K R143
R140 R134 R130
C112 R120 C153
R114
C108
47k 0.1 0 0.1 0.1
CN301 AUTOMATIC POWER 0 1M 4.7k 10k
16P C301 CONTROLLER
0.1
R136 R135
TP314
22k 470k

TP118
TP119
IOP1

TP117
R118
TP315
100k
TP305 IOP2 R303 C306 R301
2.2 100 C307 100k
TP304 10V 1
C302 C303 CN201

C138 470p
R304
OPTICAL TP301
10 10
2.2
TP312
C137
R212 100 TP205
21P
0.01
PICK-UP TP302
APC
R211 100 TP206
BLOCK TP303 R302
TP207
0
KSM-213DCP TP306
TP116
TP208
TP115
C100 C139 0.01
0.1
TP307 C309 TP209
0.001 TP114
C106 C140 TP120 TP210
0.01
100 10V R113
TP313
C141
0.0022
RFI
TP121
1 10k R210 100

R209 100
TP211

TP212
C142
0.1 TP122 R218 100k R208 100 TP213
M401 TP124 R219 100k R207 100 TP214

A
C105
(SPINDLE) 0.1
R220 100k R206 100 TP215
R144
SP- C143 0.01 22k

M TP407
C144 0.1
C147
IC101 R221 100k

R222 100k
R205 100

R204 100
TP216

TP217
MAIN
SP+
C146 470p 0.1
RF AMP, DSP, MP3 BOARD(2/2)
C145 0.01 C133 0.1 R223 100k R203 100 TP218
TP408
C148 47p IC101
CN608
TP123 R111 100 TP219
TP310
TP311

(
TP308
TP309

TC94A70FG-006
(
SUFFIX-12
T+

SL+
F+
T-
F-

M TP409 C104
0.1
C149 22p R110 10k R112 100
TP224
D1.5V
TP220

TP221
Page 37
SL-

( SUFFIX-13
(
C110
TP410 TP223
0.1
TP222
SUPPLEMENT-1
M402 C109 0.1 C207
1 Page 5
R145 0
(SLED) IC201 C206
1
R146 0 TK63115SCL-G@GT
R153
R147 0 1M R157 100
C115 C151 470p
R148 0 R155 47 R156 100
22
R149 0
C150
2 6.3V C152
470p

0.001 C116 0.1


C201 C205
100
10V
0.1 IC201 IC B/D
R150
R154
R108 0
+1.5V REG
1M
0
TP225 R201
0

R202
TP226
0

TP105

TP106
C202 C204

TP113
100 0.1

C117 0.022

C119 0.022
10V

R101 220

C127 0.0022

TP112
TP109
R105 1M

TP111
TP110
TP108

R151 0
TP107

R106 1k
C126 0.1
C118
0.01 X102
16.934MHz

C102 0.1
C120
0.01
C130
5p
C128
5p

0.0047
C103

C124
TP102
R405 0.1
TRK C132 0.1
10k

C123
TP101
R402 470p
FCS
2.2k R104
S201 (LIMIT)
0
IL-SW

0.0047
C404 C122

C125

C113 0.1
C405 C403
0.1 470p
0.1 0.1

VC

R102 10k
C101
0.1

IC401
SL/SP/MOTOR DRIVER
IC B/D FOCUS/TRACKING
COIL DRIVER
IC401
BA5826SFP-E2

R408
SP- 2.2k TP103 SLED
R414
SP+ 4.7k TP104 SPDL

SL+ R415
C401
220
47k
10V

SL-

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
34 34
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-6. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS — MAIN SECTION — • See page 29 for Circuit Boards Location. :Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

C HI-AMP
BOARD
A MAIN BOARD CN101 DC FAN
(Page 41) • Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No. Location

R847
CN801

R802
R804
D802 R803
L805 R810
D806 D601 E-3

JW685
ANTENNA FM JW744

JW682
JW681
R831 C803 EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU

R808
R807
4 5 6 R801 C663
JW743 R811 D602 E-5

R715
R826

C687
3 2 1 R806
JW740 R841
FM/AM AM JW742
R812 C802
JW756
EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU
D603 E-3

C838
D805 R822

R809
JW741 C837 D803 C661

C688
Q802

R827
JW686
B CN801 D604 F-4

JW683
D804 R838 D801 C840 C823 E
E R707
R837 R706 EC77/GX99 JW680

R843
Q801 JW687

L803
D605 E-4

C826
C834 EXCEPT JW679
GX99

C639

C638

C637
C640

C704
R684

C703
C836 R824 JW688 C660 US,CND
C819 C820

R840
L801

R825
C835
US,CND
D606 E-5

C847
C664
L804

R702
C659

JW735
C841 1 2 3 C662

C653
C665 D607 F-5

JW736
C667

C824
C828 JW678
J601 R846
R842
6 4
R823
C654
EXCEPT US,CND
C652 D608 E-5

JW802
C806

FL803
C846 JW677

JW690

JW689
SUBWOOFER JW737 R829

C821
JW739 C827 C702

C651
JW684
D609 F-5

R839
JW738

R701
R814

R813
R819 C805 IC602 C634

C666

R709
R708
C844 D623
OUT R818 C822
C701
C633 R681 B DECK BOARD D610 E-5

R805
JW729

CN606
R845 R844
R817 C635 D611 F-6

JW732
JW691

JW733
JW676
C804
FFC502

JW734
JW728

R682
R816
IC801 EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU C636 JW675

JW731
D612 E-6

C644
C643
R712 C807 C808
(Page 45)

C646
C686

C648
C656

C650
C658
X801
C C848 JW726 R815 JW674 D614 D-6

C809
E

R680
JW801
T801

JW730
C845

C811
R832

C810

C655

C649
JR601 JW696
EC77/GX99 C843 D615 G-6

R683
C817 C815 Q617

R694
1 2 3 JW673

C814
JW721
JW804
JW693

FL802
R852 JW692 JW672
6 4 JW724 R830 R820 JW671 D616 C-7

C645
JR602
TB601 C816
R821 JW697 JW694 Q616

R697

R695
JW725
E JW670
FL801 R679 D617 C-7

R696
R853 C830

R836

R704

R700
1 2 3

JW723 C849

C832
D618 E-8

C831
R850 6 4 JW695 EXCEPT US,CND

JW803
R848 R849
JW698

C694
C829
R851

JW722
E
Q803 L802 D619 E-8
CF801
JW669
C693 I PANEL BOARD D620 E-8

C833
JW668 R655
C850
L
C603

CN301 D621 D-5


JW720

JW667

JW754
CN607
C692
JW699
(Page 38)

JW662
JW666
C684
C685

JW755 C614 CN601 Q601 C690


D622 D-5

JW661
JW664
D

JW663
EC77/GX99 E C683

SPEAKER JW719 R630 R726 R725 JW665 C681 D623 C-7

JW753
LP001 R629 JW748 C679

Q603
HIGH FREQ. C670 EC55:EXCEPT D801 B-3
R606

E
AEP,UK,RU

C602
R626 R724
IMPEDANCE JW660
D802 B-4

D622
Q602

R603
R605
L601

JW717 JW718 JW750


: USE 8 Ω CN602 R627 JW659 JW652

JW714
R604 R667
R643 JW651 D803 B-4
R607

JW658

R601
E R666

D621
EC77:US,CND/GX99 D614 JW650
D804 B-3

C613
E C601

R645
E
JW657 JW649

JW700
Q606 Q605
R
C605 Q608 C676 D805 B-2

R646
JW715
JW716
Q604

D605
JW656
A BD90 BOARD

C695
C606

R644
C604 JW713 E D806 B-2

C630
JW727 JW712 E JW701 JW655

R621
C612

JW703
EC77/GX99 D602
R631 C696
C668 EC55:EXCEPT
C675 JW647 CN201

R652
JW708
JW707

R613
R634

R624 AEP,UK,RU CN608


R614 R618
(Page 33)
R649
R648
R619 R625 JW654 JW653 IC601 H-9
E

JR604
C689
JW711
JW749

R633

JW704 R623

D620
R617

JW702

JR603
IC602 B-6
D603

C691
R616 C673
R632

R622
C616

C682
R651
R650

D606
C615 JW648 IC801 C-4

C611
R620

JW644
JW643
C620 C680

JW646
CN604
L602

JW645
RY601
JW746
JW745
JW751

JW709 R727 D610 D619

R718
R717
R719
R728
R608 JW710 D612
E Q601 D-5
R610 JW705 R720 Q602 D-5
D601

R635

C623
R609 D608 R716
TB602 JW706
R711

R636 JW747 Q603 D-4


R710
GX99

EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU JW618

Q624

C671
D611

R722
RY602 C698 JW642 Q622
E
E EXCEPT EC55 : US Q604 E-4

D618
D609

C669
R611

JW634
PT BOARD
R638

JW641
Q605 E-5
JW752

R639 C678 R686

C621
JW640
L603 C607 D607 CN051 (Page 46) Q606 E-5
D604
JW609

C641
F C608
JW632
R640

CN605
Q608 E-6
R641

L
C626
K EC55 : US
C609

R615 L604 JW633 C642 JW631 R689 R674


R612
C699 JW630 R668 PT(U) BOARD Q618 F-6
JW602
JW603

JW635
R729
JW608 C700 EC77 Q619 Q618
EC77/GX99 JW607 E JW627
CN051 (Page 47) Q619 F-6

JW637
E
EC55

R688
JW605 JW606 C677 R692 C632
SPEAKER C618 C617 R691 JW626
SPEAKER JW604 EC55 R693
JW636 JW639 Q622 F-8
IMPEDANCE LOW FREQ. CN603 R642 D617 R685 R678 JW629
Q624 E-8
EC77/GX99 JW625
: USE 6 Ω IMPEDANCE C622
JW628 R671 J JACK BOARD
R647

JW624 Q801 B-5


: USE 8 Ω

FB601
R687
JW623 JW638
FFC404 (Page 45)
C628

D616
Q802 B-5
JW601

JW622 R675
R658 R660 R661
Q803 D-3

JW619
JW621
R676
R677
C610

JW610

G R EC55 JW620
JW611
JW612

JW617
JW616
JW613

JW757 R662 R663


R664 EC77/GX99
JW615
JW614

D615

W609

C631
C627

REG
W611
BOARD

C629
W612

1
12 W610 12

3
IC601

2
H 1-872-059-
(12) 1-872-060-
(12)

D EC77/GX99 L EC55
LOW-AMP BOARD HI-AMP BOARD
CN101 CN101
(Page 43) (Page 41)

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
35 35
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-7. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION (1/2) — • See page 48 for Waveform. • See page 49 for IC Block Diagram.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

MAIN BOARD (1/2) AM FREQUENCY


R724,R725,R726
* 15
B DC FAN TP601 9.2 16.9
EC77 : US,CND/GX99
22 EXCEPT EC77 : US,CND/GX99
COVERAGE
L801
D801
SVC347A-TL-E
VDD+ 1
C601 Q601 R726 R725 R724 JW750
4 3
GND 2 47 KTA1266GR-AT R626 * * * 5.5
C819 L805
25V FAN POWER 10k 2 3 2 1
VDD+ 3 470p 220uH
TP602
R627 1

C834 10p
6 AM TRACKING

C820 5p
CN601 D622
3P 4.7k Q602 R837
UDZW-TE17-8.2B 2SC3052F-T1-LF 100k
C835 C836 R838 C837 5 CN801 3P
16.2 FAN CONTROLLER 0.022 22k 10p 4 6 PLUG CONNECTOR (2.5MM)
0.047
0.7 FAN TP686 TP683
C * R603
R629
TP684
1 AM
ANTENNA
4.7k 2 GND
4.7 EC77 : US,CND/GX99 R822 R824 R825 R826 FM/AM
5.6 EXCEPT EC77 : US,CND/GX99 PROTECT 1k D803 TP685
100 470 4.7k D805 3 FM
SVC230-TB-E R841 1PS226-115

2
EC77 : Q603 C823
220 R827 10k
US,CND/GX99 R604 5 . 3 2SC3052F-T1-LF
100k R843
10V 100k GX99
100k 0 FAN MONITOR C840 D804

3
0.1 SVC230-TB-E J601
R605 C614

R630
R603 C602 C613

47k
R601 C826 JACK,PIN1P
15 4.7 JW802
* 22 470 10 1000p

1
50V 7.5 TP681

1
50V 50V R842 SW-OUT
0 SUBWOOFER
EC77/GX99
D D621 TP689 OUT

3
UDZW-TE17-4.3B
TP603 AMP-R C838 TP682
1000p EXCEPT US,CND
IN-R 10 C841
TP604 A-GND D802 FM D806 CN6069P

2
1PS226-115 FREQUENCY 1000p 1PS226-115 TP672
A-GND 9 R813 R814 TP690 1 9V
TP605 AMP-L 470k 22k 3 1 COVERAGE C847
0.1
PB-L TP673
IN-L 8 Q801 L804 2 PB-Lch
TP606 AMP-STBY 2SC3052F-T1-LF L803 R840 PB-R TP674
AMP-ON 7 +3V REG C804 18p JW801 C805 C806 2 0 3 PB-Rch
TP607 15 470p FM TRACKING R846 TP675
9 3 0.47 C824 TP688 10
PROTECT 6 1 4 A-GND
C PA-GND 5
TP608 R801
100 R817 R818
R839 C844 C846
REC-L TP676
5 REC-Lch
E
HI-AMP BOARD
OUT-R 4
TP609
TP610
3.6 X801
75kHz
47k 10k
R819
33k
C821
2200p R823
10k
R831
2.2k
10 0.1 0.01 REC-R TP677
TP678
6 REC-Rch B
+VH 3 R806 7 M-GND
47k C803
R811 R812 C807 C808 C827 C822 DECK BOARD
CN101 TP611
1 100k 47k 1 18p 22
0.047 50V
R829 FL803 R655 0 TP679
FFC502
-VH 2 4.7k C828 8 9V
(Page 42) OUT-L 1
TP612
D603 R805
100p TP687 O
BPF
I TP680
9 I-TP-STATE (Page 45)

1.3

1.5

2.2

1.2
MA111-TX 470k Q802 G

0
CN602 2SC3052F-T1-LF R844 2.2k CN607 27P
10P R634 R635 R636 +5V REG 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 TU-CE TP656
47 47 47

FM-MIX FM RF-OUT
FM DET-OUT

R-OUT AM DET-OU
RY601 1 O-TU-CE

AM RF-IN FM RF-IN
7.8 5

AM-MIX FM-OSC
LP-IN
IC801

MPX-IN

LP-OUT

AM-OSC
PD

BO1

BO2

VCC2

GND
VDD
XIN

AGC
XOUT
TU-DI TP657
R802 R804 R808 2 O-TU-DI
F 22 22 22
5.7 R815
1
LV23003VA
AM/FM DET.OSC
TU-CLK TP658
3 O-TU-CLK

AM IF-IN
FM IF-IN
P-COMP
FM-DET
10k MIX.PLL.IFAMP TU-ANSD TP659

P-DET
L-OUT
R803 R809

GND1
R632

VCC1
4 I-TU-ANSD

VSS

REG
100k 2.2k 100

DO
TP660

CL

CE
TU-DO

DI
R633 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
IC B/D O-FUNC-DATA TP661
5 I-TU-DO
C615 100k R807 R810 C802 6 O-FUNC-DATA
C604 0.1 100

5
R847 0 TP662

2.3

2.3

3.7

2.2

2.2

2.5

2.2

2.2
0.1 22k 4.7k
R606 16V 7 I-TP-STATE
10 C616 C830 O-FUNC-CLK TP663
C605 0.1 2p R832 1M

C809 100p

C810 100p

C811 100p
TB601 0.1 C829 8 O-FUNC-CLK
4P TP613 0.47 TP-REC-MUTE TP664
L601 R631 TU-ANSD R830 C843 0.1 C845 0.22 9 O-TP-REC-MUTE
TU-DO
+ R607
G SPEAKER L
-
C603 0.01
10
10
TU-CLK
R816 1k
3.3k O-POWER
I-CD-ZDET
TP665
10 O-POWER
HIGH FREQ. C832 C831 FL801 FL802
11 I-CD-ZDET
TU-DI 0.47 0.47 R848
IMPEDANCE - 0.01 100 O CF
I O-CD-M-MUTE
: USE 8 Ω R +
C606 0.01
TU-CE
TP666
12 O-CD-M-MUTE
C833
TP614
R608
10
* C814,C815
4700P : EXCEPT US,CND
0.01 : US,CND
220
10V
R849
220
C849
0.01
G
O-CD-SBSY
13
14
O-AMP-ON
O-CD-SBSY
I

C816 0.01
L602 R836 6.8k

0.01
O-CD-REQ PANEL BOARD
AM IFT T801
* * 15 O-CD-REQ
CN301

C814

C815
R850

C817
O-CD-CCE
1 4 3 100 16 O-CD-CCE
TUNER-R R852 (Page 39)
H 2
R820
3 2 1
CF801
3.3
2.2K O-CD-BUCK
I/O-BUS3
17 O-CD-BUCK
3 4.7k JW803 2 0.8 18 I/O-BUS3
5.5 Q803
C848 2SC5477 I/O-BUS2
4 R821 L802 0.1 19 I/O-BUS2

1 5
TUNER-L 4.7k
4 6 6 1
-T122-1 0 . 1
IF-AMP
R853
680
I/O-BUS1
I/O-BUS0
20 I/O-BUS1
6 R851 21 I/O-BUS0
MAIN 7
FM DETECTOR
22 O-CD-RST
22 O-CD-RST
BOARD 8
I-P-MONI TP667
23 I-P-MONI
I (2/2) JW804
12.5
O-CD-ON TP668
TP669
24 O-CD-ON
(Page 37) C679 C681 C683 C690 C692TP670
25 D-GND
0.1 2200p 2200p 2200p 0.01
26 V-STBY
TP671
No mark : CD PLAY 27 M-GND

12 10 11 9 14 15 13 16 17 18

2 MAIN BOARD (2/2)


(Page 37)

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
36 36
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION (2/2) — • See page 48 for IC Block Diagram.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

MAIN BOARD (1/2)


1 MAIN BOARD (1/2)
(Page 36)
2 (Page 36)
A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 12 13 15 16 17 18

PROTECT

A-GND
MAIN BOARD (2/2)
AEP,UK,RU Q608 D614
CN603 2SC3052F-T1-LF MA111-TX
10P C700 C699
AMP CONTROLLER
B IN-R 10
TP615

TP616
1000P 1000P
AMP-R 17
2.8
R667
47k
A-GND
A-GND 9
TP617 AMP-L EC55:EXCEPT
2.2 R666 *10p
C684
IN-L 8 AEP,UK,RU 1k
TP618 : EC55:EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU
AMP-STBY C668 22p : EC77:EXCEPT AEP,RU/GX99
AMP-ON 7 AMP-STBY
0.1 C630 No Mount AEP,UK,RU
TP619 47
10V

D
PROTECT 6 C670
TP620 100p
PA-GND 5
TP621 OUT-R C684
EC77/GX99 OUT-R 4
*
C LOW-AMP BOARD
TP622 EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU O-POWER

TUNER-R
+VH 3

AUDIO-R
PB-R

CD-R
EXCEPT US,CND

PB-L
TP623
Q616
CN101 C850

4.7k
-VH 2 C698 0.1
2SC3052F-T1-LF 0

REC-R
1000p

10k R709 1k
TP624 OUT-L

R696 10k R697 1k


(Page 44) REC MUTE-L

REC-L
OUT-L 1 D601 Q617

CD-L

R704
R679 4.7k 0

R700
4.7k
MC2838-T112-1 FAN 2SC3052F-T1-LF
D604 REC MUTE-R 0

2.7k

2.7k
L

10k

10k
MA111-TX

R702 0
US,CND

R701 0
R680 0

AUDIO-L
TP-REC-MUTE

TUNER-L
4.7k
R638 R641 R642
RY602

R682

R683

R695

R694
47 47 47

R708
Relay
Q604 * C686
EC55 2SC3052F-T1-LF C686
* 10p
R609

R610
4.7k

4.7k

EXCEPT US,CND
EXCEPT
D : EC55:EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU

220p

100p
220p

100p

220p
220p
SP RELAY

EC77/GX99
HI-AMP BOARD

C643 1
C635 1
22p : EC77:EXCEPT AEP,RU/GX99 C687 1000p AEP,UK,RU
DRIVER
1.3 No Mount AEP,UK,RU C688 1000p
R645

0.068
0.068
CN101

C634
C701

C633
0.01

C702

C655

C666
C651
0.01

C649

C653
R640

C645
100k
0.7 * SP-RELAY C685
*10p
(Page 42) R644 : EC55:EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU C636 1 IC602 TP636

3.9 EC77/GX99
1k 22p : EC77:EXCEPT AEP,RU/GX99 R681 8.2k 1 1 AVDD
R639 50V C675
C607

C617

50V
0.1

C648 1

3.9 C650 1
0.1

TP637

3.9 C656 1

3.9 C658 1
3.9 C652 1

3.9 C654 1
100k R643 470p : AEP,UK,RU CD-R 1 50V
4.7k C646 R2S15904SP 2 R-OUT
L603 1uH

L604 1uH
R612 10

1
R611 10

C644 50V AUDIO SELECTOR TP638


10 C608

R647 C618
0.1

0.1

3 DAC-GND

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9
TONE CONTROLLER C676
CD-L 1 50V TP639
GX99 4 L-OUT
R615

TB602 D605 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP640


OUT-R
IC B/D Q624
10

R710
EC77/GX99 TP625 MA111-TX 33k SW-OUT KTC3203Y-AT 5 A-GND
+
E

TUNER-R
BASS-R

BASS-R

VOL-R

OUT-R

TUNER-L

L-OUT AUDIO-R
BASS-L BASS-L

CD-L
VOL-L

OUT-L

TAPE-R
AUDIO-L

TAPE-L
EC55 +3.3V REG TP641
SPEAKER L C609 0.01 R658
100
R660
100
R661
100
R668
100 6.2 3.3
O-CD-RST
6 RST
- 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W
SPEAKER LOW FREQ. R712 I/O-BUS0 TP642

R674
820 R717 7 BUS0
IMPEDANCE : IMPEDANCE : - 68

TRE-R
TRE-L

R-OUT
D-GND
R711

A-GND
C610 0.01

47
TP643

CD-R
C685
R I/O-BUS1

DATA
33k

REF
CLK

VCC
USE 6 Ω USE 8 Ω 8 BUS1

NC

NC
+ 3.9
* I/O-BUS2 TP644
TP626 R650 R727 R718 C671

R716 1k
R722 9 BUS2
4.7k 4.7k *R645
2.2k:EC77,MX
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 68 100 100
10V I/O-BUS3 TP645
4.7k:EC55/EC77: 10 BUS3

R675
A
R648 C638

3.9

3.9

4700p 3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

7.8

3.9

1 50V 3.9

3.9
R651 R728 EXCEPT MX/GX99 EC77/GX99 TP646
47k 4.7k 4.7k 0.068 C639 Q622 O-CD-BUCK

47
4700p C659 C661 R719 11 BUCK
C665

1 50V
OUT-L 220p 10 2SC3052F-T1-LF 68

C640

C664
C663

UDZW-TE17-3.9B
D623 1 TP647

C704
0.01
EC77/GX99
PROTECT 50V CD POWER O-CD-CCE
C620 1PS226-115 C660 C662 50V 12 CCE
F 100
R649
2.2k
220p 0.1 SWITCH 3.9 C689
TP648 BD90 BOARD

R706

R707
10V R662 R663 R664 R671 O-CD-REQ 470p

220

220
0.068
C703

D618
C637

C669
100 100 100 100 0 13 REQ

220
10V
0.01
1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W R684
C667 CN201

R715
8.2k TP649

100
C673 O-CD-SBSY
100 14 SBSY
470
R614
10k
Q605
2SC3052F-T1-LF Q606
16V 10V C691
0.1 TP650 (Page 34)
2SC3052F-T1-LF 15 D-GND
R613 C682 C680
10k 5.3 5.3 2200p 2200p
Q605,Q606 16 D-OUT
C693 C694
0 AC MONITOR R720

O-FUNC-DATA
0.1 0.1 TP651

R731
R732
O-FUNC-CLK
22k D619 D620
R646 * * 17 DVDD

O-CD-ON
1N4002B 1N4002B

CD-AVR
100 TP652

A-GND
AMP-L
AMP-R
0

HP-R
HP-L
18 VM7V
R652 TP653
C696 19 M-GND
100
G C695 1

CD-AVR
* R616, R619 1 O-CD-M-MUTE TP654

MONI
R731,R732
*

O-POWER
20 M-MUTE

PROTECT
I-P-
3.9K : EC55 0 EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU
10K : EC77: E51,E2,E3,MX,AR,AUS 100 AEP,UK,RU I-CD-ZDET TP655
15K : EC77 : US,CND/GX99 D602 D606 21 ZDET
8.2K : EC77 : AEP,RU MC2838-T112-1 MC2836
R622 R616 C611 0.22 CN608
33k * R687 R685 D617 21P

R693
220k 47k

2.2k
R623 MC2838-T112-1
1N4002B

10k R620 4.7k


R678 Q618
R617 10k R618 10k C612 0.22 47k 2SA1235TP-1EF
5.6 CD MONITOR
R624 10k C642
R621 4.7k D616
D615

MA111-TX 5.6 0.022


R625 D607
H 33k
R619
* 1N5402-F46 EC55 EXCEPT EC55
1.9 R688 Q619
0
AUDIO-L

R690
R676

2.2k
R729 0.7 1 AUDIO-L
D608 C622 10k 10k
CN604 C677 C632
4.7 100k 2SC3052F-T1-LF * R692 TP630
100 16V

8P 1N5402-F46 2200 3300 R692 4.7k:EXCEPT US,CND,AEP,UK,RU 2 A-GND


R677 50V POWER RELAY
C631

50V
*

R686
C641

R689
TP627 63V 10k 10k:US,CND,AEP,UK,RU TP631

56k

27k
C621 DRIVE AUDIO-R
RELAY ON/OFF 1 0.1 * R691 3 AUDIO-R
10k

K TP628 100V
V STBY 2 4 HP-GND
D609 TP632
J
TP629 1N5402-F46 C678 C641 2.2/50V EXCEPT AEP,UK,RU
AC DETECT 3 C626 3300 * 3.3/50V AEP,UK,RU
HP-L
5 HP-L
2200
EC55 : US VH(AC) 4
D610
1N5402-F46 50V
63V TP633 HP-R
6 HP-R
PT (U) BOARD VL(AC) 5 C627 C628
TP634 AMP-ON
7 AMP-ON JACK BOARD
I CN051 GND 6
C623
0.1
D611
1N4002B FB601
2200
25V
1000
25V 17
TP635
8 SP-RELAY FFC404
(Page 47) 100V 0uH 1 IN IN 1 1
(Page 45)
VL(AC) 7
D612 2 GND GND 2
C629
0.1 25V
3
IC601 9 GND

VH(AC) 8 1N4002B CN605


3 OUT TA7809S
OUT 3 2 9P

E +9V REG W611


9
W609 W610
3P 3P
(CHASSIS)
EXCEPT REG BOARD No mark : CD PLAY
No mark : CD PLAY
EC55 : US W612

J PT BOARD
CN051
(Page 46)
(CHASSIS)

HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
37 37
HCD-EC55/EC77/GX99
7-9. PRINTED WIRING BOARD — PANEL BOARD — • See page 29 for Circuit Boards Location. :Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
F KEY-LEFT
BOARD
A PANEL BOARD CN401
(Page 40) • Semiconductor
W304
Location
LCD301 (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY)
R382 Ref. No. Location

JW371

R385
JW316
D301 E-5

JW381
Q301 D302 F-4

JR306
JW355 JW361
R381 D303 E-4
JW307 D304 C-5

JR314
E X302
C342
B R328
IC302 D305 E-5

C341
LED301 R327
(BACK LIGHT) R326 R402 R380 C313
LED301 B-2

JW364
R325 JR317