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WAX2F

RM-ED008

SERVICE MANUAL WAX2F CHASSIS


MODEL COMMANDER DEST MODEL COMMANDER DEST

KDL-40W2000 RM-ED008 AEP KDL-40W2000 RM-ED008 UK

KDL-46W2000 RM-ED008 AEP KDL-46W2000 RM-ED008 UK

KDL-40W2000 / KDL-46W2000

RM-ED008

FLAT PANEL COLOR TV

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Page Section Title Page
Caution ................................................................ 3 3-6. Board Replacement ............................................ 29
Specifications ...................................................... 4 3-6-1. AE Board Replacement ................................... 29
Connectors .......................................................... 6 3-6-2. BE Board Replacement .................................... 29
Self Diagnosis ..................................................... 7
4. DIAGRAMS
1. GENERAL ................................................................... 8 4-1. Block Diagrams(1) ............................................. 30
Block Diagrams(2) ............................................. 31
2. DISASSEMBLY Block Diagrams(3) ............................................. 32
2-1. Rear Cover Removal ........................................... 19 Block Diagrams(4) ............................................. 33
2-2. Stand Assy Removal .......................................... 19 Block Diagrams(5) ............................................. 34
2-3. Vesa Bracket Removal ........................................ 20 4-2. Circuit Board Location ........................................ 34
2-4. Loudspeaker Removal ........................................ 20 4-3. Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring
2-5. AC Inlet Removal ............................................... 21 Boards ................................................................. 34
2-6. AE and TUE Board Removal ............................. 21 AE Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 35
2-7. BE and FEE Board Removal .............................. 22 AE Printed Wiring Board ................................. 38
2-8. G2A Board Removal .......................................... 22 BE Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 40
2-9. H1E Board Removal ........................................... 23 BE Printed Wiring Board ................................... 51
2-10. H2E or H46 Board Removal .............................. 23 FEE Board Schematic Diagram .......................... 53
2-11. H3E Board Removal ........................................... 24 FEE Printed Wiring Board ................................. 59
2-12. LCD Panel Removal ........................................... 24 G2A Board Schematic Diagram ......................... 60
G2A Printed Wiring Board ................................. 61
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS H1E Board Schematic Diagram .......................... 63
3-1. How to enter Service Mode ............................... 25 H1E Printed Wiring Board ................................. 64
3-2. Signal Level Adjustment .................................... 25 H2E Board Schematic Diagram
3-2-1. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for (KDL-40W2000) ................................................ 63
terrestrial analog ............................................... 25 H2E Printed Wiring Board
3-2-2. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for (KDL-40W2000) ................................................ 64
terrestrial analog ............................................... 25 H3E Board Schematic Diagram .......................... 63
3-2-3. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for H3E Printed Wiring Board ............................... 64
terrestrial analog ............................................... 25 H46 Board Schematic Diagram
3-2-4. C signal calibration1 adjustment for (KDL-46W2000) ................................................ 65
terrestrial analog ............................................... 26 H46 Printed Wiring Board
3-2-5. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for (KDL-46W2000) ................................................ 64
video ................................................................ 26 TUE Schematic Diagram .................................... 65
3-2-6. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for video ...... 26 TUE Printed Wiring Board ................................. 67
3-2-7. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for 4-4. Semiconductors ................................................... 68
video ................................................................ 26
3-2-8. C signal calibration1 adjustment for video ...... 26 5. EXPLODED VIEWS
3-2-9. Set up of AD calibration2 adjustment for 5-1. Rear Cover and Stand Assembly ........................ 70
video ................................................................ 26 5-2. Speakers .............................................................. 71
3-2-10. Y signal calibration2 adjustment for video .... 26 5-3. Chassis ................................................................ 72
3-2-11. Set up of C signal calibration2 adjustment for 5-4. LCD Panel .......................................................... 73
video .............................................................. 27
3-2-12. C signal calibration2 adjustment for video .... 27 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................................. 74
3-3. Gamma Adjustment ........................................... 27
WARNING !!
3-3-1. Set up mode for Gamma Adjustment .............. 27
3-3-2. Set up Trident internal SG and brightness AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING
measurement .................................................... 27 ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD
DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS
3-4. White Balance Adjustment ................................. 27
DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.
3-4-1. Set up mode for White Balance Adjustment ... 27
3-4-2. White Balance of colour temperature “Cool” .. 27 SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!
3-4-3. White Balance of colour temperature “Neutral” 28
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ON
3-4-4. White Balance of colour temperature “Warm1” 28 THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
3-4-5. White Balance of colour temperature “Warm2” 29 PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
3-5. Panel Replacement ............................................. 29
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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CAUTION

Lead Free Soldered Boards


example 1
The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using
Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo located
close to the board designation e.g. F1, H1 etc [ see examples ]. The
servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as
outlined below.

example 2

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

Partnumber Diameter Remarks


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

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

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

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ITEM MODEL Television System Stereo System Channel Coverage Color System
VHF : E02-E12
UHF : E21-E69
PAL, SECAM
CATV : S01-S20
GERMAN/NICAM NTSC 3.58/4.43
E B/G/H, D/K, I, L,DVB-T HYPER : S21-S41
Stereo (VIDEO ONLY)
D/K : R1-R12, R21-R69
MPEG-2 MP@ML
L : F2-F10, B-Q, F21-F69
I : UHF B21-B69
PAL, SECAM
NTSC 3.58/4.43
U I, DVB-T NICAM Stereo UHF : B21-B69
(VIDEO ONLY)
MPEG-2 MP@ML

Sound Output
LCD(Liquid Crystal Display) Panel
Projected Picture Size Approx 101.6cm (KDL-40W2000)
Approx 116.8cm (KDL-46W2000). Right and Left speaker
2 x 10W (RMS)
Sub-woofer

Input/Output Terminals [REAR] General Specifications


Power Requirements 220 - 240V
Inputs for Audio and Video signals.
1: 21-pin Euro connector Inputs for RGB.
(CENELEC standard) Outputs of TV Video and Audio Power Consumption/ Approx 185W/0.3W (KDL-40W2000)
signals. Standby Approx 225W/0.3W (KDL-46W2000)

Approx 988x715x266mm
(KDL-40W2000 with stand)
Approx 988x665x105mm
(KDL-40W2000 without stand)
Dimensions
Approx 1120x805x334mm
Inputs for Audio and Video signals. (KDL-46W2000 with stand)
2: 21-pin Euro connector Inputs for RGB. Approx 1120x755x118mm
(CENELEC standard) Outputs of Video and Audio signals (KDL-46W2000 without stand)
(Selectable). SmartLink interface.

Approx 27.5kg (KDL-40W2000 with stand)


Approx 23.0kg (KDL-40W2000 without stand)
Weight
Approx 36.0kg (KDL-46W2000 with stand)
Approx 30.0kg (KDL-46W2000 without stand)

RM-ED008 Remote Commander (1)


IEC designated R06 battery (2)
Mains Lead (1)
Output Connectors variable for
Phono Jacks Supplied Accessories Coaxial Lead (1)
Audio Signals.
Cable Holder (1)
Support Belt (1) and Screws (2)
Stand (1) and Screws (4)

HDMI Inputs HDMI Connectors.


Wide viewing angle LCD Panel, DVB-T Tuner,
PC Input 15 Pin D-Sub Connector. Other Features Live colour creation, Highly integrated system-
on-a-chip (Trident), HDMI input, PC input.
CAM Conditional Access Module
Input/Output Terminals [SIDE] Remote control system : Infrared control
Headphone jack Stereo mini jack
Audio input Phono jacks 3V dc
Video input Phono jack Power requirements 2 batteries IEC designation
R06 (size AA)
S Video input 4 pin mini DIN
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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KDL-40W2000 KDL-40W2000
Model Name
KDL-46W2000 KDL-46W2000
Item
(AEP) (UK)

PAP OFF OFF


PAT OFF OFF
RGB Priority ON ON
Sub Woofer OFF OFF
Scart 1 ON ON
Scart 2 ON ON
Front in (6) ON ON
Projector OFF OFF
Norm B/G ON OFF
Norm I ON ON
Norm D/K ON OFF
Norm AUS OFF OFF
Norm L ON OFF
Norm SAT OFF OFF
Norm M OFF OFF
Teletext ON ON
Nicam Stereo ON ON

WARNING (UK Models only)

The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B.S. 1363 fused


plug having a fuse of 10 AMP rating. Should the fuse need to be
replaced, use a 10 AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362, ie one
T mark.
that carries the ASA
How to replace the fuse.
Open the fuse compartment with
IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUIT- a screwdriver blade and replace
ABLE FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME, IT SHOULD the fuse.
BE CUT OFF AND AN APPROPRIATE PLUG FITTED. THE PLUG
SEVERED FROM THE MAINS LEAD MUST BE DESTROYED AS A FUSE
PLUG WITH BARED WIRES IS DANGEROUS IF ENGAGED IN A
LIVE SOCKET.

When an alternative type of plug is used, it should be fitted with a


10 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a
10 AMP FUSE at the distribution board.

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21 pin connector

Pin No 1 2 Signal Signal level


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

13 9 Ground (green)
12 10 AVlink
11 11 Green Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms,
10 positive
9 12 Open
8
13 Ground (red)
7
6 14 Ground (blanking)
5 _ _ Red input 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive
4
15
3 _
- - (S signal Chroma 0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive
2 input)

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


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

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

Rear Connection Panel Side Connection Panel

S-Video
socket

S Video socket pin configuration

Pin Signal Signal Level


No

1 Ground -

2 Ground -

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


positive Sync. 0.3V
-3 +10dB

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


75ohm, positive
Sync.

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WAX2F SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE

The identification of errors within the WAX2F chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In the
event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with a continuous
flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant
device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted).

Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3

StBy LED

ON ON

OFF OFF

LED Error Code

LED
ERROR ERROR DESCRIPTION
CODE
1 UNREG33V Supply Voltage Trouble (DCALERT3)
2 VD1.8, DE5V/6V Voltage Trouble (DCALERT2)
3 UNREG10.5V, PANEL5V Voltage Trouble (DCALERT1)
4 Backlight Trouble
5 Main Supply Voltage Trouble
6 Speaker Applied Voltage Trouble
7 Monitor an Increase in Inside-Temperature (esp. on the panel side)
8 Trident IC Trouble
9 DTT Trouble (Communications / BS_CS_PROT)

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

To insert batteries into the remote


3
1: Checking the 2: Attaching the stand
Push and slide to open.
accessories 1
Remote RM-ED008 (1)
Size AA batteries (R6 type) (2)
Mains lead (Type BF) (1)
Notes
• Observe the correct polarity when inserting batteries.
• Do not use different types of batteries together or mix old
and new batteries.
• Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly way.
Certain regions may regulate disposal of the battery.
Coaxial cable (1) Please consult your local authority.
• Handle the remote control with care. Do not drop or step
on it, or spill liquid of any kind onto it.
• Do not place the remote control in a location near a heat
source, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, or in a damp
room.
Cable holder (1)
90°

Support belt (1) and screws (2)


Packaging material
4

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Stand
Stand (1) and screws (4)

2
SECTION 1 GENERAL

1 Take out the stand, screws, and packaging


Packaging material material to begin stand setup.
2 Set the packaging material as shown.
3 Place the TV directly to the stand as
shown.
After placing the TV on the stand, remove the
packaging material.
4 Fix the TV to the stand using the supplied
screws.
Notes
• This TV is very heavy, so two or more people should place
the TV on the stand.
• If using an electric screwdriver, set the tightening torque
at approximately 1.5 N·m (15 Kgf·cm).
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3 Press F/f/G/g to select the language
3: Connecting an aerial/ 4: Preventing the TV 6: Selecting the displayed on the menu screens, then press
.
VCR from toppling over language and country/
Connecting an aerial only region
Coaxial cable
(supplied)
2
1

4 Press F/f to select the country/region in


which you will operate the TV, then press
.
Mains lead (supplied)

Connecting an aerial and VCR


2
2
3

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3,4
1 3,4
If the country/region in which you want to use the
TV does not appear in the list, select “-” instead of
Mains lead 1 Connect the TV to your mains socket (220- a country/region.
(supplied) 240V AC, 50Hz). The message confirming the TV start auto-tuning
5: Bundling the cables appears on the screen, then go to “7: Auto-tuning
2 Press 1 on the TV (top side). the TV”.
Coaxial cable
(supplied) When you switch on the TV for the first time, the
Language menu appears on the screen.
When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby)
indicator on the TV (front) is red), press "/1 on
the remote to switch on the TV.

Scart lead (not


supplied)

Coaxial cable
(not supplied)

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4 Press MENU to exit.
7: Auto-tuning the TV The TV has now tuned in all the available
channels.
The TV will now search for and store all available TV Note Watching TV
channels. When a digital broadcast channel cannot be received, or
when selecting a region in which there are no digital
broadcasts in step 4 under “6: Selecting the language and Watching TV 3 Press the number buttons or PROG +/- to
country/region”, the time must be set from “Clock Set” in the select a TV channel.
“Set-up” menu (page 29) after performing step 4. To select channel numbers 10 and above using the
number buttons, enter the second and third digits
1 within two seconds.
To select a digital channel using the Digital
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), see page 18.
In digital mode
2 An information banner appears briefly. The
following icons may be indicated on the banner.

4 : Interactive service is available (Digital Text)


:Radio service
:Scrambled/Subscription service
1 Before you start auto-tuning the TV, insert
: Multiple audio languages available
a pre-recorded tape into the VCR
:Subtitles available
connected to the TV (page 6) and start play
:Subtitles available for the hearing impaired
back.
:Recommended minimum age for current
The video channel will be located and stored on
the TV during auto-tuning.
2 2 programme (from 4 to 18 years)
If no VCR is connected to the TV, this procedure : Parental Lock
is not required. Go to step 2. : Current programme is being recorded
3

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2 Press G/g to select “OK”, then press .
Additional operations
To Do this
Turn off the TV Press "/1.
temporarily
3 (Standby mode)

Turn on the TV Press %. Press 2 +/- to set the


The TV starts searching for all available digital from Standby mode volume level.
channels, followed by all available analogue without sound
channels. This may take some time, please be Turn off the TV Press 1 on the TV (top side).
patient and do not press any buttons on the TV or
remote. Adjust the volume Press 2 + (increase)/
If a message appears for you to confirm the aerial - (decrease).
connections
Mute the sound Press %. Press again to restore.
No digital or analogue channels were found.
Check all the aerial connections and press to 1 Press 1 on the TV (top side) to switch on Access the Press . To select an analogue
start auto-tuning again. the TV. Programme index channel, press F/f, then press
table (in analogue .
3 When the Programme Sorting menu When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby)
indicator on the TV (front) is red), press "/1 on mode only) To access the Input signal index
appears on the screen, follow the steps of table, see page 21.
“Programme Sorting” (page 32). the remote to switch on the TV.
If you do not change the order in which the 2 Press DIGITAL to switch to digital mode or
analogue channels are stored on the TV, go to step ANALOG to switch to analogue mode.
4. The channels available vary depending on the
mode.
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Using the Tools menu
Press TOOLS to display the following options when
Checking the Digital Electronic Programme Guide Viewing pictures from viewing pictures from connected equipment other
than PC.
(EPG) * connected equipment
Options Description
1 In digital mode, press to display the Switch on the connected equipment, then Close Closes the Tools menu.
Digital Electronic Programme Guide perform one of the following operation. Power Saving See page 29.
(EPG).
For equipment connected to the scart sockets using a Picture Mode See page 23.
2 Perform the desired operation, as shown in fully-wired 21-pin scart lead (page 38)
the following table. Start playback on the connected equipment. Sound Mode See page 25.
Note The picture from the connected equipment appears on
Auto Clock Set (in Allows you to switch to digital
Programme information will only be displayed if the TV the screen.
analogue mode only) mode and obtain the time.
Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) station is transmitting it.
For an auto-tuned VCR (page 8)
Sleep Timer See page 28.
* This function may not be available in some countries. In analogue mode, press PROG +/-, or the number
buttons, to select the video channel. i Volume Adjusts the volume of the
To Do this headphones.
For other connected equipment (page 37)
Turn off the EPG Press . Press / repeatedly until the correct input
symbol (see below) appears on the screen.
Move through the EPG Press F/f/G/g.

Watch a current programme Press while the current programme is selected. On screen Labels of input jacks
display
Sort the programme information by 1 Press the blue button.
category – Category list AV1/2 or 1/2 or
2 Press F/f/G/g to select a category. The category name is AV1/2 1/2
displayed on the side.
The categories available include: AV3 3 (Y, PB/CB, PR/CR) and
“Favourite”: Contains all the channels that have been stored in the 3 (L, R)

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Favourite list (page 20).
AV4 HDMI IN 4 and HDMI IN 4
“All Categories”: Contains all available channels.
(L, R)
Category name (e.g. “News”): Contains all channels corresponding to the
selected category. AV5 HDMI IN 5
3 Press .
AV6 or 6 or 6, and
The Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) now only displays the AV6 6 (L (MONO), R)
current programmes from the category selected.
PC PC and PC
Set a programme to be recorded – Timer 1 Press F/f/G/g to select the future programme you want to
REC record.
2 Press .
Additional operations
3 Press F/f to select “Timer REC”. To Do this
4 Press to set the TV and your VCR timers. Return to normal Press DIGITAL or ANALOG.
A symbol appears by that programme’s information. The TV mode
indicator on the TV (front) lights up in orange.
Notes Access the Input Press to access the Input signal
• You can set VCR timer recording on the TV only for Smartlink compatible signal index table index table. (Then, only in
VCRs. If your VCR is not Smartlink compatible, a message will be displayed to (except for PC video analogue mode, press g.) To
remind you to set your VCR timer. input signal) select an input source, press F/f,
• Once a recording has begun, you can switch the TV to standby mode, but do not then press .
switch off the TV completely or the recording may be cancelled.
• If an age restriction for programmes has been selected, a message asking for pin
code will appear on the screen. For more details refer to “Parental Lock” on
page 36.
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Using MENU Functions

Navigating through Icon Description Picture menu


Digital EPG
menus Displays the Digital Electronic You can select the options listed below on the Picture
Programme Guide (EPG). menu.
“MENU” allows you to enjoy various convenient For details about settings, see page 18.
features of this TV. You can easily select channels or 1 Press F/f to select “Settings” on MENU,
inputs sources and change the settings for your TV. External Inputs then press .
Selects equipment connected to your TV.
• To watch the desired external input, 2 Press F/f to select a menu icon, then
select the input source, then press . press .
• To assign a label to an external input, 3 Press F/f/G/g to select an option.
select “Edit AV Labels”, then see
page 28.

Settings
2,3 Displays the Settings menu where most
of the advanced settings and adjustments
are performed.
For details about settings, see page 23 to Target Inputs Selects whether to apply settings made in the Picture menu to all inputs, or only to
1 36. the input currently being watched.
Note “All”: Applies settings to all inputs.
The options you can adjust vary depending “Viewing Only”: Applies settings only to the current input.
on the situation. Unavailable options are
1 Press MENU to display the menu. greyed out or not displayed.
Picture Mode Selects the picture mode except for PC input source.
“Vivid”: For enhanced picture contrast and sharpness.

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2 Press F/f to select an option. “Standard”: For standard picture. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Custom”: Allows you to store your preferred settings.
3 Press to confirm a selected option.
Display Mode Selects the display mode for PC input souce.
To exit the menu, press MENU. “Video”: For video images.
“Text”: For text, charts or tables.

Reset Resets all picture settings except “Target Inputs”, “Picture Mode” and ”Display
Mode” to the factory settings.

Backlight Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.


Tip
“Backlight” is not available when you set “Power Saving” to “High” (page 29).
Icon Description
Digital Favourites Contrast Increases or decreases picture contrast.
Displays the Favourite list. For details
about settings, see page 20. Brightens or darkens the picture.
Brightness
Analogue
Returns to the last viewed analogue Increases or decreases colour intensity.
channel.
Colour
Digital Increases or decreases the green tones and red tones.
Returns to the last viewed digital
Hue
Tip
channel.
“Hue” can only be adjusted for an NTSC colour signal (e.g., U.S.A. video tapes).
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Sound menu Screen menu
You can select the options listed below on the Sound You can select the options listed below on the Screen
menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to “Picture menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to “Picture
menu” (page 23). menu” (page 23).

Target Inputs Selects whether to apply settings made in the Sound menu to all inputs, or only to the Target Inputs Selects whether to apply settings made in the Screen menu to all inputs, or only to
input currently being watched. the input currently being watched.
“All”: Applies settings to all inputs. “All”: Applies settings to all inputs.
“Viewing Only”: Applies settings only to the current input. “Viewing Only”: Applies settings only to the current input.

Sound Mode Selects the sound mode. Screen Format For details about the screen format, see “To change the screen format manually to
“Dynamic”: Enhances treble and bass. suit the broadcast” (page 16).

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“Standard”: For standard sound. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Custom”: Flat response. Also allows you to store your preferred settings. Auto Format Automatically changes the screen format according to the broadcast signal. To keep
your setting, select “Off”.
Reset Resets the sound settings except “Sound Mode”, “Dual Sound” and “i Speaker Tips
Link” to the factory settings. • Even if you have selected “On” or “Off” in “Auto Format”, you can always modify the
format of the screen by pressing repeatedly.
• “Auto Format” is available for PAL and SECAM signals only.
Treble Adjusts higher-pitched sounds.

4:3 Default Selects the default screen format for use with 4:3 broadcasts.
Bass Adjusts lower-pitched sounds. “Smart”: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts with an imitation wide screen effect.
“4:3”: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in the correct proportions.
“Off”: Keeps the current “Screen Format” setting when the channel or input is
Balance Emphasizes left or right speaker balance. changed.
Tip
Keeps a constant volume level even when volume level gaps occur (e.g., adverts tend This option is available only if “Auto Format” is set to “On”.
Auto Volume
to be louder than programmes).
Display Area Adjusts the screen area displaying the picture.
“Full Pixel”: Displays the picture for 1080i or 1080p sources in the original size
Volume Offset Adjusts the volume level of the current input relative to other inputs, when “Target
when parts of the picture are cut off.
Inputs” is set to “Viewing Only”.
“Normal”: Displays the picture in the original size.
“–1”/“–2”: Enlarges the picture to hide the edge of the picture.
Surround Selects the surround mode.
“TruSurround XT”: For surround sound (for stereo programmes only).
Horizontal Shift Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
“Simulated Stereo”: Adds a surround-like effect to mono programs.
“Off”: For normal stereo or mono reception.
Vertical Shift Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when the screen format is set to “Smart”,
Gives sound more impact by compensating for phase effects in speakers using the “Zoom” or “14:9”.
BBE
“BBE High Definition Sound System”.
Vertical Size Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when the screen format is set to “Smart”,
“Zoom” or “14:9”.
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Set-up menu PC Settings menu
You can select the options listed below on the Set-up You can select the options listed below on the PC
menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to “Picture Settings menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to
menu” (page 23). “Picture menu” (page 23).

Auto Start-up Starts the “first time operation menu” to select the language and country/region, and Screen Format Selects a screen format for displaying input from your PC.
tune in all available digital and analogue channels. Usually, you do not need to do “Normal”: Displays the picture in its original size.
this operation because the language and country/region will have been selected and “Full1”: Enlarges the picture to fill the display area, keeping its original horizontal-
channels already tuned when the TV was first installed (page 7, 8). However, this to-vertical aspect ratio.
option allows you to repeat the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, “Full2”: Enlarges the picture to fill the display area.
or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters).

Reset Resets the PC settings except “Screen Format” and “Power Management” to the
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AV Preset Assigns a name to any equipment connected to the side and rear sockets. The name Auto Adjustment Automatically adjusts the display position and phase of the picture when the TV
will be displayed briefly on the screen when the equipment is selected. You can skip receives an input signal from the connected PC.
an input source that is not necessary. Tip
1 Press F/f to select the desired input source, then press . Auto Adjustment may not work well with certain input signals. In such cases, manually adjust
“Phase”, “Pitch”, “Horizontal Shift” and “Vertical Shift”.
2 Press F/f to select the desired option below, then press .
Equipment labels: Uses one of the preset labels to assign a name to connected
equipment. Phase Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers.
“Edit:”: Creates your own label. Follow steps 2 to 4 of “Programme Labels”
(page 32).
Pitch Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted vertical stripes.
“Skip”: Skips an unnecessary input source when you press to select the input
source.
Horizontal Shift Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Auto S Video Selects the input signal from S video sockets 6 when / 6 sockets are both
connected.
Vertical Shift Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.

Timer Settings Sets the timer to turn on/off the TV.


Power Management Switches the TV to standby mode if no signal is received for 30 seconds.
Sleep Timer
Sets a period of time after which the TV automatically switches itself into standby
mode.
When the Sleep Timer is activated, the (Timer) indicator on the TV (front) lights
up in orange.
Tips
• If you switch off the TV and switch it on again, “Sleep Timer” is reset to “Off”.
• “TV will soon turn off by Sleep Timer” appears on the screen one minute before the TV
switches to standby mode.
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Analogue Set-up menu (Analogue mode only) Digital Set-up menu
You can change/set the analogue settings using the You can change/set the digital settings using the
Analogue Set-up menu. To select options in Digital Set-up menu. Select “Digital Set-up” and press
“Settings”, refer to “Picture menu” (page 23). to display the following menus. To select options
in “Settings”, refer to “Picture menu” (page 23).

1 Digit Direct When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you can select an analogue channel using one Digital Tuning Displays the “Digital Tuning” menu.
preset number button (0 - 9) on the remote. Digital Auto Tuning
Note Tunes in all the available digital channels.
When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you cannot select channel numbers 10 and above entering
Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels are already tuned
two digits using the remote.
when the TV was first installed (page 8). However, this option allows you to repeat
the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels
Auto Tuning Tunes in all the available analogue channels. that have been launched by broadcasters).
Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels are already tuned
Programme List Edit
when the TV was first installed (page 8). However, this option allows you to repeat
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the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels
that have been launched by broadcasters). the digital channels stored on the TV.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to remove or move to a new
position.
Programme Sorting Changes the order in which the analogue channels are stored on the TV.
If you know the programme number (frequency)
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to move to a new position,
Press the number buttons to enter the three-digit programme number of the broadcast
then press .
you want.
2 Press F/f to select the new position for your channel, then press .
2 Remove or change the order of the digital channels as follows:
To remove the digital channel
Programme Labels Assigns a channel name of your choice up to five letters or numbers. The name will Press . A message that confirms whether the selected digital channel is to be
be displayed briefly on the screen when the channel is selected. (Names for channels deleted appears. Press G to select “Yes”, then press .
are usually taken automatically from Analogue Text (if available).)
To change the order of the digital channels
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to name, then press .
Press g, then press F/f to select the new position for the channel and press G.
2 Press F/f to select the desired letter or number (“_” for a blank space), Repeat the procedure in steps 1 and 2 to move other channels if required.
then press g. 3 Press RETURN.
If you input a wrong character
Digital Manual Tuning
Press G/g to select the wrong character. Then, press F/f to select the correct
character. Tunes the digital channels manually.
To delete all the characters 1 Press the number button to select the channel number you want to
.
Select “Reset”, then press manually tune, then press F/f to tune the channel.
3 Repeat the procedure in step 2 until the name is complete. 2 When the available channels are found, press F/f to select the channel
you want to store, then press .
4 Select “OK”, then press .
3 Press F/f to select the programme number where you want to store the
new channel, then press .
Repeat the procedure above to tune other channels manually.
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Connecting to the TV (rear)
Using Optional Equipment
To connect Do this
PC D Connect to the PC /
Connecting optional equipment PC sockets. It is recommended to use
a PC cable with ferrites.
You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV. Connecting cables are not supplied.
Digital satellite Connect to the HDMI IN 4 or 5
receiver or DVD socket if the equipment has a
Connecting to the TV (side) player E HDMI socket. The digital video
and audio signals are input from
To connect Do this the equipment. If the equipment
DVD player
S VHS/Hi8/DVC Connect to the S video socket has a DVI socket, connect the DVI
camcorder A 6 or the composite video socket to the HDMI IN 4 socket
socket 6, and the audio Digital satellite receiver through a DVI - HDMI adaptor
L (MONO)/R sockets 6. To interface (not supplied), and
S VHS/Hi8/DVC avoid picture noise, do not connect connect the equipment’s audio out
camcorder the camcorder to the video socket sockets to the audio in HDMI IN 4
6 and the S video socket sockets.
6 at the same time. If you Notes
connect mono equipment, connect • The HDMI sockets only support
to the L socket 6. the following video inputs: 480i,
480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i and
Headphones Headphones B Connect to the i socket to listen to 1080p. To connect a PC, please
sound from the TV on headphones. use the PC socket.
• Be sure to use only an HDMI cable
Conditional Access To use Pay Per View services. that bears the HDMI logo.
Module (CAM) C For details, refer to the instruction
DVD player DVD player with Connect to the component video
manual supplied with your CAM. with component output
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rubber cover from the CAM slot. F / 3.
Switch off the TV when inserting
Video game Connect to the scart socket /
your CAM into the CAM slot.
equipment, DVD 1. When you connect the
When you do not use the CAM, we
player or decoder decoder, the scrambled signal from
recommend that you replace the
G the TV tuner is output to the
cover on the CAM slot.
decoder, then the unscrambled
Note signal is output from the decoder.
CAM is not supported in all
countries. Please check with your DVD recorder or Connect to the scart socket /
authorized dealer. VCR that supports 2. SmartLink is a direct link
SmartLink H between the TV and a VCR/DVD
recorder.

Hi-Fi audio Connect to the audio output


equipment I sockets to listen to the sound
from the TV on Hi-Fi audio
equipment.

DVD recorder Hi-Fi audio


equipment
VCR
For service use only Decoder
Video game equipment
DVD player
Decoder

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PC Input Signal Reference Chart
Additional Information
Horizontal
Vertical
Signals Horizontal (Pixel) Vertical (Line) frequency Standard
Terminals frequency (Hz)
Specifications (kHz)
/ 1
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including VGA 640 480 31.5 60 VGA
Display Unit audio/video input, RGB input, and TV audio/video
Power Requirements: output. 640 480 37.5 75 VESA
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz / 2 (SmartLink)
Screen Size:
720 400 31.5 70 VGA-T
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including
KDL-46W2000: audio/video input, RGB input, selectable audio/video SVGA 800 600 37.9 60 VESA Guidelines
46 inches (Approx. 116.8 cm measured diagonally) output, and SmartLink interface.
KDL-40W2000: 3 800 600 46.9 75 VESA
40 inches (Approx. 101.6 cm measured diagonally) Supported formats: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Display Resolution: XGA 1024 768 48.4 60 VESA Guidelines
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync
1,920 dots (horizontal) × 1,080 lines (vertical) PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms 1024 768 56.5 70 VESA
Power Consumption: PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
KDL-46W2000: 225 W 3 1024 768 60 75 VESA
KDL-40W2000: 185 W Audio input (phono jacks)
Standby Power Consumption: WXGA 1280 768 47.4 60 VESA
500 mVrms
0.3 W Impedance: 47 kilohms 1280 768 47.8 60 VESA
Dimensions (w × h × d): HDMI IN 4, 5
KDL-46W2000: Video: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i 1360 768 47.7 60 VESA
Approx. 1,120 × 805 × 334 mm (with stand) Audio: Two channel linear PCM
Approx. 1,120 × 755 × 118 mm (without stand) 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits • This TV’s PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync.
KDL-40W2000: Analogue audio (phono jacks): • This TV’s PC input does not support interlaced signals.
Approx. 988 × 715 × 266 mm (with stand) • For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use the signals (boldfaced) in the above chart with a 60 Hz vertical frequency
500 mVrms, Impedance 47 kilohms
Approx. 988 × 665 × 105 mm (without stand) from a personal computer. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be selected automatically.
(HDMI IN 4 only)
Mass: 6 S video input (4-pin mini DIN)
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Approx. 36.0 kg (with stand) 6 Audio input (phono jacks)
Approx. 30.0 kg (without stand) Audio output (phono jacks)
KDL-40W2000: PC PC Input (D-sub 15-pin) (see page 41)
Approx. 27.5 kg (with stand) G: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green
Approx. 23.0 kg (without stand) B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Panel System R: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel HD: 1-5 Vp-p
VD: 1-5 Vp-p
TV System PC audio input (minijack)
Analogue: Depending on your country/region selection: i Headphones jack
B/G/H, D/K, L, I CAM (Conditional Access Module) slot
Digital: DVB-T
Sound Output
Colour/Video System 10 W + 10 W
Analogue: PAL, SECAM
NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In)
Supplied Accessories
Digital: MPEG-2 MP@ML Refer to “1: Checking the accessories” on page 4.

Aerial Optional Accessories


75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF • Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL51

Channel Coverage Design and specifications are subject to change


without notice.
Analogue: VHF: E2–E12
UHF: E21–E69
CATV: S1–S20
HYPER: S21–S41
D/K: R1–R12, R21–R69
L: F2–F10, B–Q, F21–F69
I: UHF B21–B69
Digital: VHF/UHF
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Sound
Troubleshooting
Problem Cause/Remedy
Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is flashing in red. No sound, but good picture • Press 2 +/– or % (Mute).
• Check that “Speaker” is set to “On” in the “Set-up” menu (page 29).
When it is flashing
The self-diagnosis function is activated. Noisy sound • See the “Picture noise” causes/remedies on page 42.
1 Count how many 1 (standby) indicator flashes between each two second break.
For example, the indicator flashes three times, then there is a two second break, followed by another three flashes, etc.
Channels
2 Press 1 on the TV (Top side) to switch it off, disconnect the mains lead, and inform your dealer or
Sony service centre of how the indicator flashes (number of flashes).
Problem Cause/Remedy
When it is not flashing
The desired channel cannot be • Switch between digital and analogue mode and select the desired digital/
1 Check the items in the tables below. selected analogue channel.
2 If the problem still persists, have your TV serviced by qualified service personnel.
Some channels are blank • Scrambled/Subscription only channel. Subscribe to the Pay Per View
service.
Picture • Channel is used only for data (no picture or sound).
• Contact the broadcaster for transmission details.
Problem Cause/Remedy
Digital channel is not displayed • Contact a local installer to find out if digital transmissions are provided in
No picture (screen is dark) and • Check the aerial connection. your area.
no sound • Connect the TV to the mains, and press 1 on the TV (top side). • Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.
• If the 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press "/1.
No picture or no menu • Check that the optional equipment is on and press / repeatedly until General
information from equipment the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen.
connected to the scart • Check the connection between the optional equipment and the TV.
Problem Cause/Remedy
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The TV turns off automatically • Check if the “Sleep Timer” is activated, or confirm the “Duration” setting of
Double images or ghosting • Check aerial/cable connections.
(the TV enters standby mode) “On Timer” (page 28).
• Check the aerial location and direction.
• If no signal is received and no operation is performed in the TV mode for
Only snow and noise appear • Check if the aerial is broken or bent. 10 minutes, the TV automatically switches to standby mode.
on the screen • Check if the aerial has reached the end of its serviceable life (three to five
The TV turns on automatically • Check if the “On Timer” is activated (page 29).
years in normal use, one to two years at the seaside).
Some input sources cannot be • Select “AV Preset” in the “Set-up” menu and cancel “Skip” of the input
Distorted picture (dotted lines • Keep the TV away from electrical noise sources such as cars, motorcycles,
selected source (page 28).
or stripes) hair-dryers or optical equipment.
• When installing optional equipment, leave some space between the optional The remote does not function • Replace the batteries.
equipment and the TV.
• Make sure that the aerial is connected using the supplied coaxial cable.
• Keep the aerial cable away from other connecting cables.
Picture noise when viewing a • Select “Manual Programme Preset” in the “Analogue Set-up” menu and
TV channel adjust “AFT” (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better picture reception
(page 33).
Some tiny black points and/or • The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny black points and/or
bright points on the screen bright points (pixels) on the screen do not indicate a malfunction.
No colour on programmes • Select “Reset” in the “Picture” menu to return to the factory settings
(page 23).
No colour or irregular colour • Check the connection of the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3.
when viewing a signal from the • Make sure that the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3 are firmly seated in their
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3 respective sockets.
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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL

Four screws

Sixteen screws

Cover, rear

2-2. STAND ASSY REMOVAL

Four screws

Stand assy

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2-3. VESA BRACKET REMOVAL

Two screws (Bottom)


(Top screw removed with rear cover)

Arm VESA (46) R Assy (KDL-46W2000)


VESA Bracket (40) R Assy (KDL-40W2000)

Arm VESA (46) L Assy (KDL-46W2000) 3


VESA Bracket (40) L Assy (KDL-40W2000)

2-4. LOUDSPEAKER REMOVAL

Two screws (Removed with rear cover)

Loudspeaker
Two screws (Removed with rear cover)

Loudspeaker

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2-5. AC INLET REMOVAL

2-6. AE and TUE BOARD REMOVAL

Six screws

AE board Three screws

TUE board

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2-7. BE and FEE BOARD REMOVAL

Six screws

Four screws BE board

FEE board

2-8. G2A BOARD REMOVAL

Four screws
G2A board

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2-9. H1E BOARD REMOVAL

Two screws 3 5 Cover, button

H1E board 2

Button, multi 1

2-10. H2E or H46 BOARD REMOVAL

H2E(KDL-40W2000) or H46 Board(KDL-46W2000)

Holder, Side Jack (L)

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2-11. H3E BOARD REMOVAL

2-12. LCD PANEL REMOVAL

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SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS

3-1. How to enter Service Mode 3-2. Signal Level Adjustment

Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the 3-2-1. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for
supplied remote Commander RM-ED008.
terrestrial analog.
The following adjustments are done via ECS.
1. Turn on the power to the TV set and enter into the stand-by
mode. 1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
2. Press the following sequence of buttons on the Remote
2. Ensure noise reduction NR=3 (High), GAMMA_EN=0,
Commander.
P4_CVD2_85=0.
3. Set the following registration items.
i+ 5 + TV I/
(ON SCREEN (DIGIT 5) (VOLUME +) (TV) Screen Size 40" 46"
DISPLAY)

TARGET_Y_RF(PAL) 165 165


3. The following menu will then appear on the screen.
ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) 128 128

ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL) 3 3

3-2-2. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for


terrestrial analog.
1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via terrestrial input.

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4. Move to the relevant command using the up or down arrow


buttons on the remote commander. 2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_RF command.
5. Press the right arrow button to enter into the required menu item.
3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that
6. Press the ‘Menu’ button on the remote commander to quit the
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value is within spec of the table below.
Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.
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Note :
AD-Adjust RF Spec Spec.
• After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the
customer accessing the ‘Service Menu’ switch the TV set OFF
Reference register name
and then ON.
S-REG: APL_LUMA TARGET_Y_RF±2

3-2-3. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment


for terrestrial analog.
1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via terrestrial input.
2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
3. Ensure noise reduction NR=3 (High), GAMMA_EN=0,
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3-2-4. C signal calibration1 adjustment for 3-2-7. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment
terrestrial analog. for video.
1. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_RF command. 1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input.
2. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0). 2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
3. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6). 3. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0,
4. Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within P4_CVD2_85=0.
spec of the table below. 4. Set the following registration items.

Reference Item Spec. Screen Size 40" 46"

READ_BACK_B0*difference value ±2 ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) 128 128

5. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL) 3 3

values.

3-2-5. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for 3-2-8. C signal calibration1 adjustment for video.
video. 1. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_V command.
2. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0).
1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
3. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6).
2. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0,
4. Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within
P4_CVD2_85=0.
spec of the table below.
3. Set the following registration items.

Screen Size 40" 46"


Reference Item Spec.

TARGET_Y_RF(PAL) 165 165


READ_BACK_B0*difference value ±2

ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) 128 128


5. Read S-REG: TCD3_SATURATION via ECS.
ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL) 3 3 6. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment
values.

3-2-6. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for video. 3-2-9. Set up of AD calibration2 adjustment for
1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input. video.
1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
2. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0,
P4_CVD2_85=0.
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Screen Size 40" 46"

2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_V command. TARGET_Y_V(SECAM) 165 165


3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that
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the value is within spec of the table below. ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(SECAM) 128 128
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ADJ_COLOR_PAL(SECAM) 2 2
AD-Adjust Video Spec Spec.

Reference register name


3-2-10. Y signal calibration2 adjustment for video.
S-REG: APL_LUMA TARGET_Y_V±2
1. Input SECAM colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input.

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2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_V command. 3-3-2. Set up Trident internal SG and brightness
3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that measurement
the value is within spec of the table below.
1. Ensure TEST_PATTEN_ON=1.
2. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=204.
AD-Adjust Video Spec Spec. 3. Measure brightness A.
4. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=102.
Reference register name
5. Measure brightness B.
S-REG: APL_LUMA TARGET_Y_V±2 6. Set up G_GAMMA_OFST_01=brightness B/brightness
A*10000. The result is written to G_GAMMA_OFST_01.
7. Send Gamma_Tbl_Search_1 command.
8. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=153.
3-2-11. Set up of C signal calibration2 adjustment
9. Measure brightness C.
for video. 10. Set up G_GAMMA_OFST_02=brightness C/brightness
1. Input SECAM colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input. A*10000. The result is written to G_GAMMA_OFST_02.
2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 11. Send Gamma_Tbl_Search_2 command.
3. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0, 12. Save set up value in NVM in register G_GAM_IDX_OFST.
P4_CVD2_85=0.
4. Set the following registration items.
3-4. White Balance Adjustment
Screen Size 40" 46"
The following adjustments are done via ECS.
ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(SECAM) 128 128
3-4-1. Set up mode for White Balance Adjustment
ADJ_COLOR_PAL(SECAM) 2 2
1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.
2. Ensure COL_MATRIX_INDEX=3.
3. Ensure DYNAMIC_EN=0.
3-2-12. C signal calibration2 adjustment for video. 4. Ensure U_BRT_OFFSET=128.
1. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_V command.
2. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0). 3-4-2. White Balance of Colour Temperature “Cool”
3. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6).
1. Set up COLOR_TEMP=0.
4. Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within
2. Set up R_GAMMA_OFST_01=128.
spec of the table below.
3. R_GAMMA_OFST_02=128
R_GAMMA_OFST_03=128
Reference Item Spec. R_GAMMA_OFST_04=128
R_GAMMA_OFST_05=128
READ_BACK_B0*difference value ±2
R_GAMMA_OFST_06=128
R_GAMMA_OFST_07=128
5. Read S-REG: TCD3_SATURATION via ECS. B_GAMMA_OFST_01=128
6. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment B_GAMMA_OFST_02=128
values. B_GAMMA_OFST_03=128
B_GAMMA_OFST_04=128
B_GAMMA_OFST_05=128
B_GAMMA_OFST_06=128
3-3. Gamma Adjustment
B_GAMMA_OFST_07=128
4. Set up “Wait”.
The following adjustments are done via ECS.
5. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=204.
6. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_05 and B_GAMMA_OFST_05
Note: Before Gamma adjustment can begin the set needs 1 hour aging.
chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.

3-3-1. Set up mode for Gamma Adjustment


X Y Tolerance

1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command.


40" 0.1917 0.4273 0.5JND
2. Ensure COL_MATRIX_INDEX=4.
3. Ensure G_GAMMA_IDX_OFST=15. 46" 0.1926 0.4281 0.5JND
4. Ensure DYNAMIC_EN=0.
5. Ensure U_BRT_OFFSET=128.

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WAX2F
RM-ED008
7. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=153. b). Adjustment value of R_GAMMA_OFST_05=<128.
8. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_04 and B_GAMMA_OFST_04
chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below. · R_GAMMA_OFST_06 = R_GAMMA_OFST_07
=R_GAMMA_OFST_04.
X Y Tolerance
c). Adjustment value of B_GAMMA_OFST_05=<180.
40" 0.1924 0.4272 0.7JND
· B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_06 = B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_07
46" 0.1934 0.4283 0.7JND =B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05.

16. Send WB_SAVE command.


9. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=102.
10. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_03 and B_GAMMA_OFST_03
3-4-3. White Balance of Colour Temperature
chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table
“Neutral”
below.
1. Set up initial White Balance condition.
X Y Tolerance 2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=1.
3. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and
40" 0.1918 0.4265 1JND B_DRIVE values to within the spec of the table below.

46" 0.1922 0.4285 1JND


X Y Spec.

40" 0.1948 0.4403 0.0014


11. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=76.
12. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_02 and B_GAMMA_OFST_02 46" 0.1949 0.4419 0.0014
chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table
below.
4. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG
values to within the spec of the table below.
X Y Tolerance

40" 0.1947 0.4265 1JND


X Y Spec.

46" 0.1924 0.4287 1JND


40" 0.1928 0.4406 0.0028

46" 0.1941 0.4429 0.0028


13. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=51.
14. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_01 and B_GAMMA_OFST_01
5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all
chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table
within spec.
below.
6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.

X Y Tolerance
3-4-4. White Balance of Colour Temperature
40" 0.1893 0.4278 1JND “Warm 1”

46" 0.1898 0.4312 1JND 1. Set up initial White Balance condition.


2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=2.
3. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and
15. The values of R_GAMMA_OFST_06 and 07 and
B_DRIVE values to within the spec of the table below.
B_GAMMA_OFST_06, and 07 are determined by the
following conditions.
X Y Spec.
a). Adjustment value of B_GAMMA_OFST_05>180 and
40" 0.1975 0.4484 0.0014
Adjustment value of R_GAMMA_OFST_05>128.
46" 0.1978 0.4501 0.0014
· B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_06 = B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05 -
{B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05 - B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_04}
/ 2.
· B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_07 = 128.

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WAX2F
RM-ED008
4. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG 3-5. Panel Replacement
values to within the spec of the table below.
When replacing the panel please reset the gamma and white balance
before performing W/B (See page 27, 3-4) for new panel.
X Y Spec.

40" 0.1964 0.4482 0.0028 3-6. Board Replacement

46" 0.1978 0.4524 0.0028 3-6-1. AE Board Replacement


When replacing the ‘AE’ board please readjust the AD (See page 25,
3-2) and readjust the W/B (See page 27, 3-4).
5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all
within spec. 3-6-2. BE Board Replacement
6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.
When replacing the ‘BE’ board please readjust the AD (See page 25,
3-2) and readjust the W/B (See page 27, 3-4).

3-4-5. White Balance of Colour Temperature Note :


“Warm 2”
In the event of a ‘BE’ board being re-used in service please
ensure that the Serial number is cleared in the NVM.
1. Set up initial White Balance condition.
2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=3.
3. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and
B_DRIVE values to within the spec of the table below.

X Y Spec.

40" 0.1988 0.4596 0.0014

46" 0.2002 0.4617 0.0014

4. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG


values to within the spec of the table below.

X Y Spec.

40" 0.1974 0.4555 0.0028

46" 0.1984 0.4599 0.0028

5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all
within spec.
6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)

CN4001
D1_IN_Y
Y1/G1 1
D1_IN_CB
CB1/B1 3
D1_IN_CR
CR1/R1 5
D1_IN_SW/FB IC5000(1/2)
FB_1 7
D2_IN_SW/FB VIDEO PROCESSOR CN4003
FB_2 14 Q5201
Y/CV,C Q5200 Y/CV D1_IN_Y ICD0
SEL2_Y/CV 22 BUFFER CVBS4 Y/G2 9 ICD0
D2_IN_Y C D1_IN_CB ICD1
SEL2_C 24 BUFFER C4 PB_B2 8 ICD1
D2_IN_Y D1_IN_CR ICD2
Y2/G2 8 Y_G3 PR_R2 7 ICD2
D2_IN_CB D3_IN_Y D1_IN_SW/FB ICD3
CB2/B2 10 PB_B3 FB1 6 ICD3
D2_IN_CR D2_IN_SW/FB ICS0
CR2/R2 12 PR_B3 FB2 12 ICS0
D1_IN_L3 IC4007 D2_IN_Y ICS1
L3-1/MODE_1 6 FS_1 CVBS2 11 ICS1
D3_IN_Y TEMP SENSOR D3_IN_Y ICS2
Y3 16 Y_G1 CVBS6 10 ICS2
D3_IN_CB 1 ICLK
CB3 18 SDA PB_B1 14 ICLK
D3_IN_CR 2 IC4001(1/2) IBREAK
CR3 20 SCL PR_B1 5 BREAK
D2_IN_L3 CPU TRSTX
L3-2/MODE_2 13 FS2 2 XTRST
138 89-92 ICD0-3 4
V_DET 25 4 XINIT
161 86-88 ICS0-2 3
M_HSYNC 26 3 XTRST
139 93-95 ICLK,IBREAK,TRSTX 3
TO HP_DET 38 STBY3.3V 1 UVCC
AE BOARD 136 128 V_BLK
REC_MUTE 30 Q4001 VS
CN9501 SDA_DEVICE 119 25 RESET_TR
SDA_B_5V 27 LEVEL RESET
SCL_DEVICE 118
SCL_B_5V 28 SHIFT
CN4400
SCL_B_5V
Q4003
SDA_B_5V PC_R 5
PC_R
164 PC_G IC4400 3 RGB
SP_SD_MUTE 36 PC_G NVM
163 PC_B IC4401
SP_MUTE 35 PC_B
157 PC_H 10 13 6
LINE_MUTE 32 AIN_HS SCL
158 4-11 PC_V 4 1 5
AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE 33 AIN_VS SDA
165 AD0-AD7 8 7 J4400
HP_MUTE 37 WC
137 IC4002 IC5002 PS4400
AU_PROT 29
Q7012 159 FLASH ROM TRIDENT BUS BUS SW Q4400,4401
RESET_AUDIO 34
135 A1-A20 20 AD0-AD7 8 AD0-7 8
AC_OFF_DET_AU 31 A DQ AD BUFFER
PC_IN_L 47
D16-D23 18 28 19
PC_IN_R 49 Q5804,5805 DQ OE#
68 12 11
DVI_L 43 BUFFER INTX RST WE#
18 26 IC5003
DVI_R 45 CS0X
15 BUS SW
HDMI_L 39 1 FROM 2/2
16 3 17
HDMI_R 41 WR#
IC5004 4 16
CN4700 RD#
DTT_RST 24 30 ALE_PX 1 6 2 18
M_RST 1 ALE
POWER2 108 19 CS_PX 5 15
TV_REC_ON 2 MCU
MIPS_RST_IN 84 _CSN
RESET 3
SI_OFF 19
AC_DET 5 IC5001
DTTLOG
TO U2_TX(NC) 7 1
FEE BOARD DTT_BUS_CS 105 4
U_ACT 9 2
CN3400 DTT_BUS_INT 131 D3.3V
U_CE 13
DTT_BUS_SCK 104
U_CLK 15
FE_SIN 103
U_DOOT 17
FE_SOUT 102
U_DIN 19
DTT_BUS_ST 85
SPI_STATUS 11

CN7009
149
DIMMER 1
112
TO BACKLIGHT 2 Q7007,7008
G2A BOARD PANEL_FAIL 81
PANEL_DET 3 INV.
CN6202 (2-4) POWER5 111
POWER5 4
POWER1 107
POWER_ON 6
J5800
TO PANEL PFC_DET 5
Q7015
AC_DET 8 Q7016
STBY3.3V
79
CN4004
RES 4
Q4006 Q4005 71
MD0 6 INV. INV.
TRI-SDA 9 SDA
TRI-SCL 10 SCL IC5500,5501
155 REC_R_LED DDR SDRAM
NC DTTLOG(NC) 13
101 152 POWER/RESERVE_LED DQ0-63 64 CN4008
BINT 15 MD DQ
99 153 ON_TIMER_LED MA0-11 12
RXD 3,16 MA A 3 REC/RESERVE 3
100 151 PIC_MUTE_LED DQS0-7 8
TXD 2,17 DQS DQS 6 PWR/RESERVE 6
154 STBY_LED DQM0-7 8
VIN 5,14 STBY3.3V DQM DM
80 SENSOR_DET CKE,WE#,CS#,RAS# 5 ON_TIMER 5
156 SIRCS CAS#,BA0,BA1 7
CN4300 7 PICTURE_OFF 7
116 129 CH_IRQ MVREF
TU_I2C_SCL 2 MVREF VREF Q4286
117 130 POWER_KEY MCLK0 TO
TO TU_I2C_SDA 4 MCK0 CK 4 STBY_LED 4
AFT 77 76 KEY MCLK0# H3E BOARD
TUE BOARD TV_AFT 6 MCK0# CK CN1301
CN3903 AGC 23 IC4005
GR_RESET 8
TUNER_SW 22 EEPROM
TV_DEM_SEL 10 Q4004 Q4285 8 BL_IN 8
PWR2 108 115 5 8
SDA_A STBY3.3V INV
PWR3 109 114 6 IC4008
SCL_A D3.3V 9 D3_3 9
PWR4 110 113 7 6 1,2
CN4002 NVM_WP 10 SIRCS 10
11
REG18V 1,2 REG17.5V IC4004 13 STBY3.3V 2 STBY3.3V 2
TO Q7002
G2A BOARD UNREG33V 4 UNREG33V F7000 IC7001 RESET
D3.3V
CN6200(5-14) UNREG10.5V 7,8 UNREG10.5V REG
IC4010 IC7002 Q7000
STBY3.3V 10 FL5306 VDDH Q4007
9V DC-DC CTRL
A9V D3.3V_2
REG 1 15
PC_AU_9V VCC OUT2_1 VD1-8 IC7003 FL5800 HDMI_33A
2 CN4007
STBY3.3V OUT1_1 VL1-8 REG VDDMQ0
IC4006 10 TO
INE2 VA1-8 FL5500 VDDMQ 2 POWER_INT 2
1.8V POWER2 13 7 H1E BOARD
1.8VCC INE1 FL5501 VDDQ 3 KEY1 3 CN1101
REG IC5806
3 1.8V
OUT1_2 Q7003 FL5802 HDMI_1.8V
14 REG
OUT2_2 Q7004
CN7008
TO A9V 1 A9V PS7000 Q7005
AE BOARD D5V 3 D5V PANEL_VCC
CN9502 D3.3V 4 D3.3V IC7000 Q7001
DC-DC CTRL
6.2V
14 23
CN4301 VCC OUT2H IC7005
25
17.5V 3 REG17.5V OUT1 REG D5V
TO POWER3 13 10 BE(1/2)
6V 9,10 6.2V INV2
TUE BOARD POWER4 12
CN3802 10.5V 5,6 UNREG10.5V
17 (MAIN MICRO PROCESSOR & VIDEO PROCESSOR)
33V 1 UNREG33V OUT2L Q7009
Q4301 2
INV1

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2)

CN1301 D1302
5 ON_TIMER SWITCH RED
Q1301

7 PICTURE OFF SWITCH GRN


Q1302
PICTURE OFF
AND ON-TIMER
INDICATOR

D1305
3 REC/RESERVE SWITCH RED
Q1303

6 PWR/RESERVE SWITCH GRN


IC5805 Q1304
HDMI I/F IC5000(2/2) REC/RESERVE
CN5800 CN5003 & POWER
44
D0+ 7 R0X0+ TA1M 42 RO[0]N RESERVE
43 HDMI_Y0-7 8 INDICATOR
D0- 9 R0X0- Q8-15 DPB_2-9 TA1P 41 RO[0]P TO BE BOARD
48
D1+ 4 R0X1+ TB1M 40 RO[1]N CN4008
47 HDMI_CR0-7 8 D1308
D1- 6 R0X1- Q16-23 DPB_12-19 TB1P 39 RO[1]P 4 STBY LED SWITCH RED
52
D2+ 1 R0X2+ TC1M 38 RO[2]N Q1305
51 HDMI_CB0-7 8
D2- 3 R0X2- Q0-7 DPB_22-29 TC1P 37 RO[2]P STBY LED
40 IC1302
CLK+ 10 R0XC+ TCLK1M 35 ROCLK-
39 HDMI_CLK,_DE,_HS,_VS,_FLD 5 PHOTO-SENSITIVE
CLK- 12 R0XC- TCLK1P 34 ROCLK+ DEVICE
DDCCLK 15 TD1M 32 RO[3]N 8 BL_IN BUFFER OUT
5 2
DDCDAT 16 TD1P 31 RO[3]P Q1306
IC5801 3
HPD 19 TA2M 27 RE[0]N
EDIT NVM Q5812 9 VD3-3 VCC
DDC+5V 18 TA2P 26 RE[0]P 1 4
5 2 6 31
SDA LEVEL DSDA0 TB2M 25 RE[1]N
6 3 SHIFT 7 32 IC1301
SCL DSCL0 TB2P 24 RE[1]P IR RECEIVER
7
WP TC2M 23 RE[2]N 2 STBY 3.3V VCC
TC2P 22 RE[2]P 10 SIRCS OUT
TCLK2M 20 RECLK-
Q5800
TCLK2P 19 RECLK+
TO LCD PANEL
TD2M 17 RE[3]N OPTICAL SENSOR,
HDMI 34 SIRCS, LED
R0PWR5V TD2P 16 RE[3]P
3.3V PX_MLF1
CN5801 Q5801 PAVSS1
D0+ 7 R1X0+ MLF1
PX_PLF2
D0- 9 R1X0- PAVSS2
D1+ 4 R1X1+ PLF2
D1- 6 R1X1- XTALI
X5000
D2+ 1 R1X2+
14.31818MHz
D2- 3 R1X2- XTALO
CLK+ 10 R1XC+
47
CLK- 12 R1XC- PANEL_VCC POWER
IC4001(2/2) 51
DDCCLK 15
CPU
DDCDAT 16
IC5803 17 ACC
HPD 19 8 ACC_SEL
EDIT NVM Q5813 HPMT1 29 21 DCC_OFF
DDC+5V 18 7 DCC_SEL0
5 2 6 29 WRT_PRT 31 20 DCC1_DCC2
SDA LEVEL DSDA1 6 DCC_SEL1
6 3 SHIFT 7 30 32 DCC_LUT1
SCL DSCL1 4 LUT_SEL1
7 HPMT2 27 140 TCON_READY
WP 2 TCON_READY
IC4009
CLOCK GEN
X4009
Q5802 Q5810 123 7
SDA 32.768kHz
122 6 3
SCL
133 1 2
INT1
HDMI 33 134 5
R1PWR5V INT2
3.3V 102 HDMI_RST 26
Q5803 IC5800 RESET#
HDMI DAC 61 DC_ALERT2
+6.2V
TO HDMI_L 8 1 84 27 SDA_400K_DEV 121
AOUTL DIN SDO CSDA Q4500,4502 D4500
1/2 1 HDMI_R 5 2 86 28 SCL_400K_DEV 120 62 DC_ALERT3
AOUTR BCLK SCK CSCL SWITCH UNREG10.5V
3 85
LRCK WS Q4503
4 88 60 DC_ALERT1
MCLK MCLKOUT STBY3.3V
97 (KDL-46W2000)
XTALIN
IC5802 X5800 D4508,Q4504 INV D3.3V CN201
MUTE 77 27MHz 11 V2 IN C
MUTEOUT XTALOUT D4509,Q4505 INV VDDMQ0
CTRL
13 V2 IN Y
3 4
D4510,Q4506 INV VD1_8
Q5808 Q5807 1 2

MUTE MUTE D4511,Q4507 INV HDMI_1.8V 5 V2 IN SSW


BE(2/2)
J201
(MAIN MICRO PROCESSOR & VIDEO PROCESSOR) 15 V2 IN V
V
TO AE BOARD 9 V2 IN AU L
CN9001 L
7 V2 IN AU R
R

8 AU IN GND

1 HP_DET

3 AU IN GND
J202
2 HP OUT AU L

4 HP OUT AU R HEADPHONES

AV I/O

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3)

CN3400
VDCLK VCLK 2

VDO(7) VDO(7) 4
IC3200
DDR SDRAM DIGITAL VDO(6) VDO(6) 6
IC3100
DQ(0) DADD(0) MICROPROCESSOR
2 DQ0 A0 29 VDO(5) VDO(5) 8
DQ(15)
A16 DQ15 RADD(14) DQ(1) DADD(1)
RADD14 M1 4 DQ1 A1 30 VDO(4) VDO(4) 10
DQ(14) TO BE BOARD
B16 DQ14 RADD(13) DQ(2) DADD(2)
RADD13 N1 5 DQ2 A2 31 VDO(3) VDO(3) 12 CN4700
DQ(13)
A15 DQ13 RADD(12) DQ(3) DADD(3)
RADD12 K1 7 DQ3 A3 32 VDO(2) VDO(2) 14
DQ(12)
B15 DQ12 RADD(11) DQ(4) DADD(4)
RADD11 N3 8 DQ4 A4 35 VDO(1) VDO(1) 16
DQ(11)
A14 DQ11 RADD(10) DQ(5) DADD(5)
RADD10 T2 10 DQ5 A5 36 VDO(0) VDO(0) 18
DQ(10)
B14 DQ10 RADD(9) DQ(6) DADD(6)
RADD9 M3 11 DQ6 A6 37 nBOARD RST M-RST 20
DQ(9)
A13 DQ9 RADD(8) DQ(7) DADD(7)
RADD8 L3 13 DQ7 A7 38
DQ(8)
B13 DQ8 RADD(7) DQ(8) DADD(8) CN3300
RADD7 M4 54 DQ8 A8 39
DQ(7) MDO(0) MDO0 B30
D13 DQ7 RADD(6) DQ(9) DADD(9)
RADD6 G4 56 DQ9 A9 40 MDO(1) MDO1 B31
DQ(6)
C13 DQ6 RADD(5) DQ(10) DADD(10) MDO(2) MDO2 B32
RADD5 J2 57 DQ10 A10 28
DQ(5) MDO(3) MDO3 B3
D14 DQ5 RADD(4) DQ(11) DADD(11)
RADD4 H2 59 DQ11 A11 41 MDO(4) MDO4 B4
DQ(4)
C14 DQ4 RADD(3) DQ(12) DADD(12) MDO(5) MDO5 B5
RADD3 F1 60 DQ12 A12 42
DQ(3) MDO(6) MDO6 B6
D15 DQ3 RADD(2) IC3206 DQ(13) DBA1
RADD2 E3 62 DQ13 BS1 27 MDO(7) MDO7 B7
DQ(2) NAND FLASH
C15 DQ2 RADD(1) DQ(14) DBA0
RADD1 E1 RDATA(7) 63
44 DQ14 BS0 26
DQ(1) 10/8 44 CD(0) D0 A30
D16 DQ1 RADD(0) DQ(15) DQM1
RADD0 D3 RDATA(6) 65 DQ15 UDM 47 CD(1) D1 A31
DQ(0) 10/7 43
C16 DQ0 DQM0 CD(2) D2 A32
NREB NAND-RBB NAND-RBB RDATA(5) LDM 20
DADD(12) W1 7 RB 10/6 42 CD(3) D3 A2
A9 DADD12 DQS0
NCLE NAND-CLE NAND-CLE RDATA(4) LDQS 16 CD(4) D4 A3
DADD(11) U3 16 CLE 10/5 41
B9 DADD11 DCSB CD(5) D5 A4
NALE NAND-ALE NAND-ALE RDATA(3) CS 24
DADD(10) U4 17 ALE 10/4 32 CD(6) D6 A5
D8 DADD10 DRASB
AOI-DAT nBOARD-RST FOEB RDATA(2) RAS 23 CD(7) D7 A6
DADD(9) V9 8 FOE 10/3 31
A8 DADD9 DCASB
FCSBO RDATA(1) CAS 22
DADD(8) 9 CE 10/2 30 MDI(0) MDI0/A18 B13
B8 DADD8 DCKE
FWEB RDATA(0) CKE 44 MDI(1) MDI1/A19 B14
DADD(7) 18 WE 10/1 29
A7 DADD7 DCLK MDI(2) MDI2/A20 B15
CLK 45
DADD(6) MASTER RESET MDI(3) MDI3/A21 B16
B7 DADD6 AA11 DCLKB
CLK 46 IC3306 MDI(4) MDI4/A22 B19
DADD(5)
A6 DADD5 VDO(7) DVREF OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER MDI(5) MDI5/A23 B20
VDO0-D7 V21 RESET CIRCUIT IC3501 VREF 49
DADD(4) RDATA(15) MDO(7) MDI(6) MDI6/A24 B21
B6 DADD4 VDO(6) RESET DWEB 18 Y0 A0 2
VDO0-D6 V20 Q3501 WE 21 MDI(7) MDI7/A25 B22
DADD(3) Q3502 RDATA(14) MDO(6)
D6 DADD3 VDO(5) 3 CD OUT 4 DQS1 17 Y1 A1 3
VDO0-D5 W21 SWITCH/ UDQS 51
DADD(2) BUFFER RDATA(13) MDO(5) MOCLK MCLK B23
C6 DADD2 VDO(4) 16 Y2 A2 4
VDO0-D4 W20 MOSTRT MSTRT B29
DADD(1) IC3304 RDATA(12) MDO(4)
D7 DADD1 VDO(3) 15 Y3 A3 5 MOVAL MOVAL B28
VDO0-D3 Y21 OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER
DADD(0) RDATA(11) MDO(3) MICLK MICLK A20
C7 DADD0 VDO(2) RADD(0) CA(0) 14 Y4 A4 6
VDO0-D2 Y20 2 A0 Y0 18 MISTRT MISTRT B12
DBA1 RDATA(10) MDO(2)
C8 DBA1 VDO(1) RADD(1) CA(1) 13 Y5 A5 7 MIVAL MIVAL A19
VDO0-D1 A21 3 A1 Y1 17 PCMCIA
DBA0 RDATA(9) MDO(1) CONNECTOR
D8 DBA0 VDO(0) RADD(2) CA(2) 12 Y6 A6 8
VDO0-D0 A20 4 A2 Y2 16 INPACK INPACK B26
DQM1 RDATA(8) MDO(0)
A11 UDQM VDCLK RADD(3) CA(3) 11 Y7 A7 9 nIREQ IREQ A16
VDO0-V V19 5 A3 Y3 15
DQS1 nCI-EN nCD1 CD1 B2
A12 UDQS RADD(4) CA(4) 1 IOE11
FCSBO 6 A4 Y4 14 nCD2 CD2 B33
DQM0 FCSBO K2
C11 LDQM RADD(5) CA(5) 19 IOE21 VS1 VS1 B9
FWEB 7 A5 Y5 13
DQS0 FWEB L1 nWAIT WAIT B25
C12 LDQS RADD(6) CA(6)
FOEB IC3201 8 A6 Y6 12
DCSB FOEB P1 IC3311
C9 DCSB 27MHz CLOCK RADD(7) CA(7) nCE1 CE1 A7
9 A7 Y7 11 OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER
DRASB PWM OUT nCARD-WE WE A15
D10 DRASB PWM OUT V7 3 VIN X1 1 NCI-EN RDATA(0) CD(0)
X3200 1 IOE21 2 A0 B0 18 nIORD IORD B10
DCASB CLK27M
C10 DCASB CLK27IN M2 5 CLK 27MHz RDATA(1) CD(1) PC CARD-RST RESET B24
X2 8 19 IOE11 3 A1 B1 17
DWEB nREG REG B27
D11 DWEB IN-TSD(7) RDATA(2) CD(2)
STPO-DAT7 A1 4 A2 B2 16 nDELAY IOWR IOWR B1
DCKE IC3305
B10 DCKE IN-TSD(6) RDATA(3) CD(3)
STPO-DAT6 B2 OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER 5 A3 B3 15
DCLK CA(0) A0 A29
A10 DCLK IN-TSD(5) RADD(8) CA(8) RDATA(4) CD(4)
STPO-DAT5 A2 2 A0 Y0 18 6 A4 B4 14 CA(1) A1 A28
DCLKB
B11 DCLKB IN-TSD(4) RADD(9) CA(9) RDATA(5) CD(5) CA(2) A2 A27
STPO-DAT4 B3 3 A1 Y1 17 7 A5 B5 13
DVREF CA(3) A3 A26
B2 DVREF IN-TSD(3) RADD(10) CA(10) RDATA(6) CD(6)
STPO-DAT3 A3 4 A2 Y2 16 8 A6 B6 12 CA(4) A4 A25
RDATA(15)
R1 RDATA15 IN-TSD(2) RADD(11) CA(11) RDATA(7) CD(7) CA(5) A5 A24
STPO-DAT2 C4 5 A3 Y3 15 9 A7 B7 11
RDATA(14) CA(6) A6 A23
R3 RDATA14 IN-TSD(1) RADD(12) CA(12) DIR
STPO-DAT1 B4 6 A4 Y4 14 1 DIR CA(7) A7 A22
RDATA(13)
T1 RDATA13 IN-TSD(0) RADD(13) CA(13) CEIB CA(8) A8 A12
STPO-DAT0 A4 7 A5 Y5 13 19 IOE1
RDATA(12) CA(9) A9 A1
T3 RDATA12 RADD(14) CA(14)
nC1-WAIT 8 A6 Y6 12 CA(10) A10 A8
RDATA(11) GRDYB F3 IC3308
U1 RDATA11 FOEB CARD-OEB CA(11) A11 A10
VS1B 9 A7 Y7 11 OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER
RDATA(10) GPIO-VS1B R2 CA(12) A12 A21
D1 RDATA10 NCI-EN nCI-EN MDI(7)
CD2B 19 IOE11 1 IOE11 Y0 18 CA(13) A13 A13
RDATA(9) GPIO-CD2B C1
D2 RDATA9 MDI(6) CA(14) A14 A14
CD1B 1 IOE21 19 IOE21 Y1 17
RDATA(8) GPIO-V1 V1 CARD-0EB CARD-OEB A9
C3 RDATA8 IN-TSD(7) MDI(5)
IREQB NCI-EN 2 A0 Y2 16
RDATA(7) GPIO-IREQB K3 CE2 B8
U2 RDATA7 IN-TSD(6) MDI(4) +5VD
INPACKB IC3301 3 A1 Y3 15
RDATA(6) INPACKB G2
R4 RDATA6 OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER IN-TSD(5) MDI(3)
nC1-EN 4 A2 Y4 14
RDATA(5) VDOE-A4 B20 nCI-WAIT INPACK
V2 RDATA5 11 Y7 A2 4 IN-TSD(4) MDI(2)
CE1B 5 A3 Y5 13
RDATA(4) GCSBO F4 VS1B nIREQ
W2 RDATA4 12 Y6 A3 5 IN-TSD(3) MDI(1)
IOWRB 6 A4 Y6 12
RDATA(3) IOWRB N4 CD2B nCD1
V4 RDATA3 13 Y5 A4 6 IN-TSD(2) MDI(0)
IORDB 7 A5 Y7 11
RDATA(2) IORDB P2 CD1B nCD2
C2 RDATA2 14 Y4 A5 7 IC3317 IN-TSD(1)
CARD RESET 8 A6 CN3600
RDATA(1) GPIO-RESET G1 IREQB VS1 2 I/P AND
D4 RDATA1 15 Y3 A6 8 IN-TSD(0) SDA-COFDM SDA-N 11
REGB FWEB 9 A7
RDATA(0) REGB F4 INPACKB nWAIT 2 B
CN3601 E2 RDATA0 16 Y2 A7 9 DIR SCL-COFDM SCL-N 13
IOIS16B IOWRB Y ?
2 PMSBS PMSBS IOIS16B B1 1 A IC3312
Y3 MSBS FWEB/IOWRB SCL-TV SCL-ANA 17
BUF-MDO-CLK OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER
4 PMSDIO PMSDIO STPI-CLK H1
SERVICE W3 MSDIO/DATA0 nCI-EN MOCLK SDA TV SDA-ANA 21
CONNECTOR BUF-MDO-STRT 1 IOE11 A2 4
6 PMSINS PMSINS STPI-STRT E4 IC3302
(MEMORY STICK) V16 VD1-D0 MOSTRT nFE RESET nFE RESET 23
OCTAL BUFFER & LINE DRIVER 19 IOE21 A3 5
8 PMSSCLK PMSSCLK BUF-MDO-EN
AA2 MSCLK STPI-EN F2 FWEB nCEI IN-TSPVAL MOVAL nWAX2 TUNER nWAX2 TUNER 19
3 A1 Y0 18 9 A7 A4 6
IN-TSPVAL
STPO-EN A5 CEIB nCARD-WE IN-TSPSYNC MICLK IN-TSD(0) TS-COM(0) 12
CN3401 2 A0 Y1 17 8 A6 Y5 13
IN-TSPSYNC
7 DATA ADO RTSIB-B B5 IORDB nIORD IN-TSBCLK MISTRT IN-TSD(1) TS-COM(1) 14
W6 ADO-DAT 5 A3 Y3 15 7 A5 Y6 12
IN-TSBCLK
3 L/(LRCLK) ALRCK STPO-CLK D5 IOWRB PC CARD-RST BUF-MDO-CLK MIVAL IN-TSD(2) TS-COM(2) 16 TO TUE BOARD
Y5 ADO-ALRCK 6 A4 Y5 13 16 Y2 Y7 11
TO AE BOARD nFE-RESET nFE-RESET CN3901
CN2302 5 R/(BCK) ABCK AA19 CARD RESET nREG BUF-MDO-EN IN-TSD(3) TS-COM(3) 18
AA4 ABCK 7 A5 Y6 12 14 Y4
SDA-TV
1 CVBS OUT Q3409 CVBS SDA1 Y8 REGB BUF-MDO-STRT IN-TSD(4) TS-COM(4) 20
BUFFER Y12 VACVBS 8 A6 15 Y3
SCL-TV
AMP SCL1 AA8 IOIS16B IN-TSD(5) TS-COM(5) 22
20 VCC IC3316
SDA-COFDM
IC3402 SDA0 Y7 nCI-EN INVERTER IN-TSD(6) TS-COM(6) 24
1
C1-PWR EN SCL-COFDM nIOWR nDELAY IOWR
6 EN 1 A20 SCL0 AA7 Y4 14 13 6A 5Y 10 IN-TSD(7) TS-COM(7) 26
+5V 19
C1 nCL-OVR nWAX2-TUNER
8 FLAG 2 A21 VD1/D6 W17 IN-TSPSYNC PTSYNC-COM 27

C1 POWER SWITCH IN-TSPVA2 PTEN-COM 28


IN-TSDVAL/IN-TSPSYNC/IN-TBCLK
IN-TSBCLK PTCLK-COM 29

IN-TSDO-7

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (4)

IC3900
TUNER IC3802
QUAD BI-LATERAL
TU3901 1.8V REG
SWITCH HYBRID
SILENT SCL TUNER
SCL (TUN)
12 VOUT VIN
SILENT SDA
SDA (TUN) nTV-DEM SEL SILENT SCL
13 2 1.8V 3.3V
AS TUN
AS (TUN) QSDA (KDL-40W2000)
11 3 CN3904
AGC DEFEAT TUN
AGC (TUN) SDA-ANA TV DEM SEL CVBS-TUNER CVBS TUNER 1 CN1201
8 5
AFT 11 V2 IN C
AFT SILENT SDA R-AUDIO-QSS QSS 3 TO AE BOARD
10 6
CVBS TUNER CN2301
VIDEO SCL-ANA L-AUDIO-AM/FM FM/AM 5 13 V2 IN Y
9 4 3 4
SCL-ANA
SCL (IF+MPX) QSCL 1 2
1
SDA-ANA CN3903 5 V2 IN SSW
SDA (IF+MPX)
SCL-ANA TU-11C-SCL 2
AS-IF-MPX
AS (IF+MPX)
SDA-ANA TU-11C-SDA 4
APC
APC J1201
AFT TV-AFT 6 TO BE BOARD
R- AUDIO QSS 15 V2 IN V
QSS/R +5V AEMI-F CN4300 V
AGC DEFEAT MICRO TV AGC DEFEAT 8
L-AUDIO - AM/FM TO AE BOARD 9 V2 IN AU L
AUDIO/L TV DEM SEL Q3900 nTV-DEM SEL-5V-SW Q3903 CN9001 L
+5V AEMI-F-SW TV-DEM-SEL 10
QSDA SWITCH SWITCH 7 V2 IN AU R
QSDA R
nTV DEM SEL
QSCL +3.3V
QSCL CN3901
8 AU IN GND
TS(0) TV DEM SEL Q3901 TV DEM SEL HO Q3904 TS COMO(0) TS COMO(0) 12
TS0 +3.3V SW
SWITCH SWITCH 1 HP_DET
TS(1) TS COMO(1) TS COMO(1) 14
TS1
nTV DEM SEL (5V SW) +1.8V 3 AU IN GND
TS(2) TS COMO(2) TS COMO(2) 16
TS2 J1202
Q3905 2 HP OUT AU L
TS(3) nTV DEM SEL Q3902 +1.8V SW TS COMO(3) TS COMO(3) 18
TS3 SWITCH
SWITCH 4 HP OUT AU R HEADPHONES
TS(4) TS COMO(4) TS COMO(4) 20
TS4 nTV DEM SEL RB3900
TS(5) TS(0) 7 8 TS-COM(0) TS COMO(5) TS COMO(5) 22
TS5
R-AUDIO QSS Q3907
TS(6) TS(1) 5 6 TS-COM(1) TS COMO(6) TS COMO(6) 24
TS6 SWITCH AV I/O
TS(7) TS(2) 3 4 TS-COM(2) TS COMO(7) TS COMO(7) 26
TS7 R-AUDIO QSS-OUT
PT SYNC AGC DEFEAT TS(3) 1 2 TS-COM(3) SDA-N SDA-N 11
SYNC
MICRO Q3906
PTEN SCL-N SCL-N 13
VAL SWITCH
RB3901 TO FEE BOARD
PTCLK SDA-ANA SDA-ANA 21 CN3600
CLK AGC DEFEAT TUN TS(4) 7 8 TS-COM(4)
nFE-RESET SCL-ANA SCL-ANA 17
RST (COFDM) TS(5) 5 6 TS-COM(5)
SCL-N nFE-RESET nFE-RESET 23
SCL (COFDM) TS(6) 3 4 TS-COM(6)
SDA-N PTSYNC-COM PTSYNC-COM 27
SDA (COFDM) TS(7) 1 2 TS-COM(7)
PTEN-COM 28

RB3902 PTCLK 29
PTCLK 7 8 PTCLK-COM
nWAX-TUNER 19
PTEN 5 6 PTEN-COM
1K 3.3V 3
PTSYNC 1 2 PTSYNC-COM
5V 5
3.3V
5V 6
D6207
5V DIODE
T6102
15
7
14 D6200
DIODE
5 13

12
CN6202
11 D6201 +18V 9
DIODE
+18V 10
10 TO
+18V 11 INVERTER
L6502 BOARD
+18V 12
INDUCTOR IC6502 D6202
2 8 ACTIVE PFC IC6100 T6103 DIODE POWER ON 2
CONTROL SWITCHING 15 TO BE BOARD
CONTROL AC OFF DET 3
CN7009 (2-4)
5 ZCD Q6100
5 10 Q6502 Q6501 SWITCH 14 D6208 RLY ON 4
OUT 7 23
SWITCH SWITCH DIODE
Q6500 4 IS 22 13
CN6204
SWITCH
20 Q6101 +18V 7
SWITCH 12
Q6504 5 +18V 8 TO
SWITCH D6105 11 D6203 INVERTER
DIODE DIODE +18V 9
BOARD
7 10 +18V 10
18
1
16 IC6200
CN1101 CN6200
SHUNT
2 POWER IN SWITCH 2 +18V 13
D6000 FB REGULATOR
S1106 POWER TO AE BOARD
BRIDGE PH6100 +18V 14 CN7503
2 3
RECTIFIER PHOTOCOUPLER
TO BE BOARD SWITCHES UNREG 33V 11
CN4007 S1101 HOME MENU 4 1
WEGAGATE UNREG 15V 1
3 KEY 1 S1102 INPUT SEL 3 2
S1103 VOL+ Q6400 UNREG 15V 2
S1104 VOL- SWITCH PH6000 PH6402
S1105 CH+ IC6402 UNREG 10.5V 7
S1107 CH- PHOTOCOUPLER PHOTOCOUPLER
SHUNT TO BE BOARD
Q6403 Q6404 REGULATOR Q6406 UNREG 10.5V 8 CN4002
2 3 1 4
OVERVOLTAGE PROTECTION SWITCH SWITCH BUFFER
IC6401 STBY 3.3V 5
1 4 1 3 2 3
SWITCH SHUNT REG
PANEL R6002 3 RY6003 STBY 3.3V AU GND 3
REF
Q6454 Q6455
VOLTS AU GND 4
4

Q6051
PH6400 SWITCH
OPTOCOUPLER
Q6405 Q6401 Q6402
3 2
BUFFER SWITCH SWITCH

T6301
STBY 3.3V
1
L6000
CN6001 LINE FILTER IC6301
SWITCHING 2
N 1 2 1 REGULATOR

F6000 3
A.C. IN 5 DRAIN VCC 4
L 3 FUSE 6.3 AMP
7 SOURCE 4
3 4
FB 2
8 SOURCE
6 10

8 9

PH6301
OPTOCOUPLER IC6302
SHUNT
4 1 REGULATOR
POWER SUPPLY
3 2 3 2

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (5) 4-2.
5-2.CIRCUIT
CIRCUITBOARD LOCATION
BOARD LOCATION Reference Information

FEE RESISTOR RN : METAL FILM


H1E
RC : SOLID
BE C FPRD : NON FLAMMABLE CARBON
TUE
C FUSE : NON FLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
G2A
N RS : NON FLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
Q2109 V-AVSW
AMPLIFIER VM RB : NON FLAMMABLE CEMENT

Q2102 Q2101 Q2104 Q2108 V-DET CVM Board RW : NON FLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
BUFFER BUFFER SWITCH AMPLIFIER
H A J
S1 Board : ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
IC2501
MULTI-STANDARD SOUND
CN2301 PROCESSOR A2
1 TV-V H2E (KDL-40W2000) COIL LF-8L : MICRO INDUCTOR
TV-L-AEP
SC2-OUT-L 34 H46 (KDL-46W2000)
TO TUE BOARD 3 QSS Q2501 Q2500 TV-R-AEP CAPACITOR TA : TANTALUM
67 ANA-IN1+ SC2-OUT-R 33
CN3904 AMPLIFIER BUFFER
DTV-L-MSP
5 FM/AM SC3-O-OUT-L 42 PS : STYROL
60 SC5-IN-R
DTV-R-MSP
AE A1
SC3-O-OUT-R 41
CN2302 SEL2-AU-L D2 A PP : POLYPROPYLENE
SC1-IN-L 56
1 CVBS
SEL2-AU-R D1
SC1-IN-R 57 D PT : MYLAR
3 L/LR CLK
20 12S-WS3
TO FEE BOARD IC2802
A Board
CN3401 5 R/BCK
19 12S-CL3 HP AV H3E MPS : METALIZED POLYESTER
7 DATA HP-R-IN HP-OUT-AU-R
22 12S-DA-IN3 DACA-R 24 3 A+ I/P A O/P 1
HP-L-IN HP-OUT-AU-L MPP : METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
DACA-L 25 5 B+ I/P B O/P 7
CN2503 15V 4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND
1 +15V UNREG PS2501 Q2807
5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND ALB : BIPOLAR
TO G2A BOARD FUSE 4A SWITCH PRINTED BOARDS
CN6200 2 +15V UNREG IC2804 PRINTED WIRING
WIRING BOARDS
71 XTAL IN ALT : HIGH TEMPERATURE
X2500 Q2806 HP MUTE Note :
6 3
CN9501 72 XTAL OUT SWITCH
IC2801 • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. ALR : HIGH RIPPLE
1 PC-IN-R
54 SC2-IN-R OP AMP J9003
3 PC-IN-L B-O/P AU-OUT-AU-L 1 L • pF : µµF 50WV or less are not indicated except for
53 SC2-IN-L FIX/VAR-L-IN 7
SC1-OUT-L 37 5 2 electrolytic types.
5 DV1-R AUDIO
51 SC3-IN-R FIX/VAR-R-IN A-O/P AU-OUT-AU-R 3 R
SC1-OUT-R 36 3 1 OUTPUT • Indication of resistance, which does not have one for
7 DV1-L IC2507 4
50 SC3-IN-L
DIGITAL AUDIO rating electrical power, is as follows.
DACM L 28 AMPLIFIER
16 RESET AUDIO Q2502
21 RESET Q L2509
BUFFER DACM R 27
OUT A1 47 INDUCTOR CN2500 Note : The components identified by shading
22 SCL-B-5V Pitch : 5mm
2 12C-CL SC4-IN-L 47 4 3 L+ L+ 1
OUT A1 48 and marked are critical for safety.
23 SDA-B-5V Electrical power rating : 1/4W
3 12C-DA SC4-IN-R 48 L- L- 2
OUT B1 43
1 2 SPEAKER
Replace only with the part numbers
IN2 R+ 3
IC2503 19 OUT B1 41
OP AMP L2510 • Chip resistors are 1/10W specified in the parts list.
IN1 R- 4
8 OUT B2 36 INDUCTOR
11 HDMI-L • All resistors are in ohms.
5 B+ IN B O/P 7 4 3 R+
OUT B2 38
9 HDMI-R k = 1000 ohms, M = 1000,000 ohms
3 A+ IN A O/P 1 R-
OUT A2 32
1 2
15 SP MUTE Q2519/Q2520 STBY/MUTE
9 OUT A2 31
SWITCHES • : nonflammable resistor. Note : Les composants identifiés par une trame et
19 AC OFF DET AU CN9001
Q2511 Q2508 Q2505 D2504 Q2513 R-
SWITCH BUFFER BUFFER DIODE AMPLIFIER Q2514, Q2516 HP-OUT-AU-R 4 par une marque sont d'une importance
Q2507 PUSH/PULL
9V SWITCH AMPLIFIERS R+ HP-OUT-AU-L 2 • : fusible resistor.
Q2510 Q2512
critique pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer
SWITCH AMPLIFIER HP-DET 1
L- que par des pièces de numéro spécifié.
14 SP-SD-MUTE IC2803 Q2515, Q2517 V2-IN-AU-R 7 • : internal component.
PUSH/PULL
18 LINE MUTE Q2804 MUTE-L AMPLIFIERS L+ specified.
6 3 V2-IN-AU-L 9
AMPLIFIER TO H2E(KDL-40W2000)
21 AU-PROT BOARD
Q2521 V2-IN-V 15 • : panel designation or adjustment for repair.
15V SWITCH CN1201
49 Y1/G1 SC1-G Q2803 MUTE-R
AMPLIFIER V2-IN-Y 13
TO BE BOARD 47 CB1/B1 SC1-B TO H46(KDL-4622000)
Q2518 V2-IN-C 11 BOARD • All variable and adjustable resistors have
CN4001
45 CR1/R1 SC1-R AMPLIFIER CN201
V2-IN-S2SW 6 characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.
AC OFF DET AU
44 L3-1/MODE-1 SC1-MODE
V2-IN-SSW 5 • All voltages are in Volts.
43 N.C./FB1 SC1-FB
• Readings are taken with a 10Mohm digital mutimeter.
42 Y2/G2 SC2-G • Readings are taken with a color bar input signal.
40 CB2/B2 SC2-B • Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
38 CR2/R2 SC2-R J9001 tolerences.
SC1-IN-B 7
37 L3-2/MODE-2 SC2-MODE IC2001
AV SW SC1-IN-MODE 8
36 N.C./FB2 SC2-FB • : B + bus.
SCL-B-5V CVBS
33 SCL V4 22 SC1-IN-G 11
25 V-DET
SDA-B-5V V-AVSW
34 SDA TV 63 SC1-IN-R 15
24 M-HSYNC
TV-L-AEP • : B - bus.
LTV 62 SC1-IN FB 16
13 HP MUTE
TV-R-AEP
RTV 64 SC1-OUT-AU-R 1
12 HP DET SCART 1
DTV-L-MSP • : RF signal path.
LV4 23 SC1-OUT-AU-L 3
28 SEL2-Y/CV Q2002
44 V/Y-OUT2 DTV-R-MSP
AMPLIFIER RV4 25 SC1-OUT-CV 19
26 SEL2-C
SEL-2-AU-L
L OUT 2 43 SC1-IN-AU-R 2 • : earth - ground.
35 SC2-IN-AV LINK(AEP) Q2001
47 C-OUT2 SEL-2-AU-R
AMPLIFIER R OUT 2 45 SC1-IN-AU-L 6
SC1-IN-AU-R
RV1 4 SC1-IN CV 20 • : earth - chassis.
17 AU-OPT-OUT-MUTE
SC1-IN-AU-L
LV1 2
30 CR3
SC1-IN-CV J9002
V1 1
32 CB3 SC2-G 11
SC1-OUT-AU-R
R OUT 1 54
34 Y3 CP1-IN-AU-L SC2-B 7
29 LV5
SC1-OUT-CV Q9001
CP1-IN-AU-R V OUT 1 53 AMPLIFIER SC2-R 15
31 RV5
J9004
SC1-OUT-AU-L SC2-MODE 18
1 CP1-IN-Y V2-IN-AU-R L OUT 1 52
18 RV3
2 SC2-IN-AU-R SC2-FB 16
V2-IN-AU-L RV 2 11
3 CP1-IN-CB 16 LV3
SC2-IN-AU-L SC2-IN-AU-R 2
4 V2-IN-V LV 2 9 SCART 2
15 V3
5 CP1-IN-CR SC2-IN-CV SC2-IN-AU-L 6
AUDIO & V2-IN-Y V2 8
6 17 Y3
VIDEO OUT SC2-OUT-AU-R AV SWITCH, SC2-IN-CV 20
7 CP1-IN-AU-L V2-IN-C R OUT 3 40
19 C3 AUDIO PROCESSOR &
8 SC2-OUT-AU-L SC2-OUT-AU-R 1
V2-IN-S2SW L OUT 3 38 AMPLIFIER
9 CP1-IN-AU-R 20 S2-3
SC2-OUT-AU-L 3
10 V2-IN-SSW SC2-OUT-CV Q9002
21 S-3 V OUT 3 41 AMPLIFIER SC2-OUT-CV 19

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

AE.-WAX2F(KDL-40/46W2000)
A9V

1 L9002
SC1_IN_AU_L,SC1_IN_AU_R,SC1_IN_CV XX

CP1_IN_CB,CP1_IN_CR,CP1_IN_Y
Scart1 C9037
XX
Q9003 SC1_OUT_AU_R
XX

CP1_IN_Y
CP1_IN_CB
C9065

CP1_IN_CR
Component Input 47p
50V
C9001 R9007 C9009 R9038 R9062 C9028 R9106 C9066
330 47 D9020 R9083 0
470p 0.022 220 470k 47p
50V 1/10W 25V 1/10W 1/10W 25V PDZ10B-115 XX CHIP R9115
50V
22
SC1_IN_AU_R 1/10W
2 C9002 R9008 C9010 R9039 R9063 R9124 C9067 R9117
C9049 1k R9116
XX 1k 1000p 0 470k 1 47p 22 22
1/10W 50V CHIP 1/10W D9021 1/10W C9068 50V 1/10W
16V PDZ10B-115 C9038 47p 1/10W
XX 50V
C9003 R9009 C9011 R9040 R9064 C9029 Q9004 SC1_OUT_AU_L C9069
470p 330 0.022 220 470k 47 D9022 XX 47p
50V 1/10W 25V 1/10W 1/10W 25V PDZ10B-115 50V
SC1_IN_AU_L SC1_B,SC1_FB,SC1_G,SC1_R
R9107 C9070 VD9013 VD9016
0 1 47p
C9004 R9010 C9012 R9041 R9065 C9050 R9125 R9084 CHIP PDZ10B-115 PDZ10B-115
1k 0 1k 2 50V SC1_G
XX 1000p 470k 1 D9023 XX
1/10W 50V CHIP 1/10W 1/10W 49 Y1/G1
16V PDZ10B-115 R9146 R9110 R9113 VD9014
220 220 220 PDZ10B-115 48 GND
J9001 3 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W VD9017 SC1_B
21P R9135 R9015 SC1_B PDZ10B-115 47 CB1/B1
220 220 R9031 R9042 C9017
D9001 1/10W 1/10W 220 100 XX 4

1
3 PDZ10B-115 1/10W 1/10W 46 GND

2
SC1_R

3
SC1_IN_MODE R9145 R9114 45 CR1/R1
R9070 VD9015 VD9018

4
R9060 C9045 5 220 220 R9544

5
D9002 22k 12k 0.1 1/10W 1/10W PDZ10B-115 PDZ10B-115 44 L3_1/MODE_1
XX

6
PDZ13B-115 1/10W 1/10W 25V 6

7
R9109 R9112 R9147 SC2_B,SC2_FB,SC2_G,SC2_R 43 N.C./FB_1
220 220 220 R9111 SC2_G
R9044 C9018 SC1_G 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 220 42 Y2/G2
D9003 100 XX 7 1/10W R9515
PDZ10B-115 1/10W 0 41 GND
8 SC2_B
R9136 R9017 R9032 40 CB2/B2
220 220 220 C9058 R9129 R9516
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 47p 470k 0 39 GND
9 50V 1/10W SC2_R
R9045 38 CR2/R2
100 10 C9059 R9131 R9123 CP1_IN_AU_R R9517 0
1/10W XX 330 C9044 1k 37 L3_2/MODE_2
1/10W 1 1/10W SC2_FB R9545 XX

20 18 16 14 12 10 8
R9018 C9019 SC1_R J9004 16V 36 N.C./FB_2
R9137 R9033

21 19 17 15 13 11 9
4 D9004 220 220 220 XX D9037
PDZ10B-115 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W PDZ10B-115 CP1_IN_CB,CP1_IN_CR,CP1_IN_Y SC2_IN_AVLINK 35 N.C./AVLINK(AEP)
34 Y3
C9043 R9122 CP1_IN_AU_L CP1_IN_Y R9159
R9138 R9034 R9046 R9074 SC1_FB C9060 R9130 1k 0 33 GND
FB9001 R9019 330 1
D9005 220 220 220 470 680 470p 1/10W CP1_IN_CB
XX 1/10W 1/10W 50V 1/10W 16V 32 CB3
PDZ5.6B-115 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W D9038
CP1_IN_AU_L,CP1_IN_AU_R R9160
R9001 PDZ10B-115 SC1_IN_CV C9057 R9128 D9036 0 31 GND
0 47p 470k PDZ10B-115 CP1_IN_CR
CHIP R9139 R9020 R9035 R9057 50V 1/10W 30 CR3
220 220 220 C9047 100 R9161
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 2.2 1/10W AU_PRE_GND SEL2_C,SEL2_Y/CV 0 29 GND
10V SEL2_Y/CV
C9032
1000p 28 SEL2_Y/CV
A9V SC1_B,SC1_FB,SC1_G,SC1_R 25V R9518
R9005 0 27 GND
D9007 75 R9150 0 SEL2_C
PDZ5.6B-115 1/10W HP_DET 1 HP_DET 26 SEL2_C
5 L9001 C9021 R9151 0 V2_IN_C,V2_IN_S2SW,V2_IN_SSW,V2_IN_V,V2_IN_Y R9519 0
10uH 47 HP_OUT_AU_L 2 HP_OUT_AU_L V_DET 25 V_DET
25V R9520 0
A9V_2 AU_IN_GND 3 M_HSYNC 24 M_HSYNC
C9027 R9152 0 R9521 0 C9503 XX
0.01 HP_OUT_AU_R 4 HP_OUT_AU_R SDA_B_5V 23 SDA_B_5V
25V R9153 0 V2_IN_SSW R9501 0
V2_IN_SSW 5 V2_IN_AU_L,V2_IN_AU_R SCL_B_5V 22 SCL_B_5V
R9154 0 V2_IN_S2SW R9502 0 C9504 XX
Q9001 SC1_OUT_CV V2_IN_S2SW 6 AU_PROT 21 AU_PROT
2SC1623-L5L6 R9058 R9155 0 V2_IN_AU_R
100 V2_IN_AU_R 7 20 REC_MUTE/TV_L(AEP)
1/10W SC2_IN_AU_L,SC2_IN_AU_R,SC2_IN_CV C9505 XX R9522 0
AU_IN_GND 8 AC_OFF_DET_AU 19 AC_OFF_DET_AU/TV_R_(AEP)
R9156 0 V2_IN_AU_L C9506 XX R9523 0
R9037 V2_IN_AU_L 9 LINE_MUTE 18 LINE_MUTE
Scart2 1k R9086 C9507 XX R9524 0
1/10W C9039 GND 10 0 AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE 17 AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE
CHIP V2_IN_C C9508 XX R9525 0
XX 16 RESET_AUDIO
V2_IN_C 11 RESET_AUDIO
6 Q9005 SC2_OUT_AU_R R9162 R9163 R9157 C9509 XX R9526 0
XX GND 12 XX XX 0 SP_MUTE 15 SP_MUTE
V2_IN_Y C9510 XX R9527 0
V2_IN_Y 13 SP_SD_MUTE 14 SP_SD_MUTE
R9164 R9165 R9158 R9528 0
R9105 GND 14 XX XX 0 HP_MUTE 13 HP_MUTE
C9005 R9011 C9013 R9047 R9066 C9030 D9016 C9511 XX R9529 0
470p 330 0.022 220 470k R9085 0 V2_IN_V
47 PDZ10B-115 XX CHIP V2_IN_V 15 HP_DET 12 HP_DET
50V 1/10W 25V 1/10W 1/10W 25V R9166 C9512 XX R9530 0
CN9001 R9167 FB9003 C9026
SC2_IN_AU_R XX XX 0 XX HDMI_L 11 HDMI_L
15P
C9006 R9012 C9014 R9048 R9067 C9051 D9017 R9126 10 GND
XX 1k 1000p 0 470k 1 1k
1/10W 50V CHIP 16V PDZ10B-115 1/10W HDMI_R 9 HDMI_R
1/10W
C9040 8 GND
XX Video Input 2
C9007 R9013 C9015 R9049 R9068 C9031 SC2_OUT_AU_L DVI_L 7 DVI_L
470p D9018 Q9006
330 0.022 220 470k 47 XX
50V 1/10W 25V 1/10W 1/10W 25V PDZ10B-115 6 GND
7 R9104 DVI_R 5 DVI_R
0
C9008 R9014 C9016 R9050 R9069 C9052 D9019 R9127 R9087 CHIP 4 GND
XX 1k 1000p 0 470k 1 1k XX
1/10W 50V CHIP 1/10W 16V PDZ10B-115 1/10W PC_IN_L 3 PC_IN_L
R9140 220 SCART 21PinAssign 2 GND
J9002
21P R9021 R9027 R9051 SC2_B PC_IN_R 1 PC_IN_R
220 C9022
D9008 220 100 XX CN9501

1
PDZ10B-115 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W Pin 49P

2
WHT

3
SC2_IN_MODE No.: Function
C9046

4
R9061 R9071
0.1

5
D9009 R9141 22k 12k ------------------------
25V

6
1/10W 1/10W
PDZ13B-115 220

7
1 : Audio OUT R
R9023 R9028 R9053 C9023 SC2_G
D9010 220 220 100 XX 2 : Audio IN R
8 PDZ10B-115 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
3 : Audio OUT L
SC2_IN_AVLINK Reserve
4 : Audio GND
R9054 R9076
D9011 100 XX R9531 5 : Video GND(BLUE)
PDZ5.6B-115 1/10W A
XX
6 : Audio IN L CN9502
1/3 AV SWITCH, AUDIO PROCESSOR & AMPLIFIER A9V L9503
7 : Video IN BLUE
AE 9P

20 18 16 14 12 10 8
SC2_R B R9532 0uH
R9142 R9024 R9029 R9055 C9025

21 19 17 15 13 11 9
220 220 220 100 XX 1 A+9V
D9012 XX 8 : MODE
PDZ10B-115 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W D5V
2 GND
C R9533 9 : Video GND(GREEN)
XX D3.3V
3 D5V
R9143 R9025 R9030 R9056 SC2_FB 10 : AVLINK L9504 0uH
FB9002 220 220 R9075 4 D+3.3V
XX D9013 220 470 680 R9534
PDZ5.6B-115 1/10W 1/10W D 11 : Video IN GREEN R9506 L9505 0uH
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W D9039 XX 0 5 GND
9 R9002 PDZ10B-115 SC2_IN_CV 12 : N.C. CHIP
0 6 GND
R9144 R9026 R9036 E R9535 13 : Video GND(RED) C9501
CHIP C9048 R9059 XX C9502 7 DTT_LOG
220 220 220 100 1000p 1000p
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 2.2 1/10W
10V 14 : GND(FB) 25V 25V 8 AV_MOUSE
15 : Video IN RED 9 GND
R9006 A9V_2 SC2_B,SC2_FB,SC2_G,SC2_R 16 : FB
D9015 75
1/10W Q9002 17 : Video GND(OUT VIDEO)
PDZ5.6B-115 SC2_OUT_CV
2SC1623-L5L6 R9073
100 18 : Video GND(IN VIDEO)
1/10W
19 : Video OUT CV
R9072 20 : Video IN CV
1k
1/10W 21 : GND
10

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

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

AE.-WAX2F(KDL-40/46W2000)

1 AE(2/3) Board Waveforms


(10us/div) (10us/div)

TP1 TP2

R2104 R2110 C2113


R2101 C2101 XX
2.2k 0.1 2.2k XX
1/10W 16V 1/10W Q2109
2SC1623-L5L6
AE 2/3
R2106

SC1_IN_MODE

SC2_IN_MODE
R2103
0 XX
2 CHIP
Video2
C2107
XX Scart2 Scart1
V_AVSW
Q2101 R2140 R9547 R9546

V2_IN_C,V2_IN_S2SW,V2_IN_SSW,V2_IN_V,V2_IN_Y
SC1_IN_AU_L,SC1_IN_AU_R,SC1_IN_CV
0

SC2_IN_AU_L,SC2_IN_AU_R,SC2_IN_CV
2SA1235-F R2139 100 100
Q2102 CHIP
V_IN 330 2.5Vp-p (H) 1.5Vp-p (H)
R2102 2SA1235-F 1/10W
100
1/10W

V2_IN_Y
V2_IN_V

V2_IN_C

V2_IN_SSW
V2_IN_S2SW
R2023 C2024
1k 1
D3.3V C2041 1/10W
100p 16V

SC2_IN_CV
SC1_IN_CV

V2_IN_AU_L,V2_IN_AU_R
TV_R_AEP

SC2_IN_AU_L
SC1_IN_AU_L
C2042

SC2_IN_AU_R
SC1_IN_AU_R
100p A9V
C2126 R2133 C2040 50V TV_L_AEP
R2114 C2125 R2129 C2124 C2115 C2117 100p
XX XX XX XX C2127 R2151 XX R2024 C2025
XX 0.1 47

V2_IN_AU_L
3 R2107 100 0 1k 1

V2_IN_AU_R
16V 16V AnalogTuner L2004
XX 16V CHIP 1/10W 16V 10uH
DigitalTuner 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
M_HSYNC B‚Ö C2034
R2134 XX R2034 C2028

C1

Y2

C3
Y3
V3
C2
V2
Y1
V1
0

S-2
S-1
R2032

LV3
LV2
LV1
6 4
R2039 470 0.22

RV1
CVBS

RV3
RV2

S2-2
S2-1
0 5.6k C2029
Q2107 C2033 R2035 1/10W 1/10W 16V 100
C2106 R2108 Q2111 C2118 R2130 XX 100 R2030 CHIP FL2001
XX XX XX R2113 XX XX 2.2 20 64 100 16V
R2152 10V 1/10W S2-3 RTV
XX 1/10W
XX Q2112 21 63
Q2003
C2109 C2008 S-3 TV
XX
1 2 3
Q2113 R2123 1 2SC1623-L5L6
XX XX
22
LTV
62 C2022 C2026 C2039
XX Q2105 16V V4 XX 2.2 XX
R2112 XX DTV_L_TU 23
LV4
61
10V R2036
XX R2120 RV6 100
R2002 IC2001 R2033
XX DTV_L_MSP 1k
24
Y4 CXA2069Q-TL V6
60 R2031 C2027 560 1/10W
C2116 R2126 R2004 0 470 V_AVSW
XX XX 90HEX 3p 1/10W
DTV_R_TU 25
RV4 LV6
59 1/10W 50V Q2004
DTV_R_MSP C2009 R2003 26 58 2SA1235-F
C2123 R2131 1k C4 COUT1
0 1
XX R2005 0 16V 27 57
4 CHIP R2137 R2009 R2008 S2-4 VGND
1k CP1_IN_AU_L,CP1_IN_AU_R 10k 10k 28 56
1/10W 1/10W S-4 AV SW YOUT1
R2109 R2128 CP1_IN_AU_L 29 55
R2117 D2101 V_DET B‚Ö LV5 TRAP1
4.7k 1M 3.9k Q2108 R2025 0
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W BAS316-115 2SC1623-L5L6
30
V5
54
SC1_OUT_AU_R
ROUT1
Component CP1_IN_AU_R R2026 0
31
RV5 TP1 TP2 VOUT1
53 SC1_OUT_CV
C2105 C2114 R2029 0
0.022 4700p 32
ADR LOUT1
52
SC1_OUT_AU_L
A9V 25V 50V
R2125 C2119 R2132
Q2104 2.7k 2200p 1M
R2121

CIN1

YIN1
BIAS
50V 1/10W C2120

SCL
1/10W

SDA
TRAP2

VCC

DC OUT
LOUT3
LOUT2
C2122

COUT3
ROUT3
V/YOUT2
ROUT2
COUT2

YOUT3
VOUT3
MUTE

AGND
2SA1235-F 4.7k 0.22
1/10W 4.7 R2006
C2111 16V 6.3V 100
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
L2101 C2103 1/10W
10uH 100 0.1
16V 16V SCL_B_5V
R2007 C2020 AU_PRE_GND
IIC 100 0.22
1/10W C2011 16V
SDA_B_5V XX
5 R2015
0 R2882 R2672

R2014 0
CHIP R2017 C2018 C2019 0 XX
J9003 C9061 0 0.22 10 A9V
470p C9062 R2010 R2011 16V 16V
A9V L 1 50V XX 0 0 SEL2_C,SEL2_Y/CV R2883 R2673
AUOUT_AU_L CHIP CHIP 0 XX
2 VD9025 R9095 C2017 L2003
0 R9088 10uH
220k 1 R2884 R2674
CHIP R2012 16V
Audio Output 1/10W 0 0 XX
SC2_OUT_AU_L C2021 C2023
L2513 R 3 CHIP 100
AUOUT_OU_R 0.22
0uH SC2_OUT_AU_R 16V 16V R2667 R2675
4 VD9026 R9096 R9089 R2019 XX
C2016 1 16V
0 SC2_OUT_CV 100 XX
CHIP 220k
1/10W 1/10W
R2803 C2805
12k 47 R2668 R2676
1/10W 16V C9063 C9064 Q2001 SEL2_C XX XX
XX XX 2SC1623-L5L6 R2037 R2027
470 0 R2669 R2677
C2800 R2804 R2806 R2020 1/10W CHIP XX
10 15k 47k R2810 100 XX
6 16V 1/10W XX R2811 C2807 R2818 1/10W
1/10W XX XX
XX JL2502 R2670
FIX/VAR_L_IN Q2002 SEL2_Y/CV XX
C2803 R2807 2SC1623-L5L6
XX C2824 JL2503 A9V R2028
1 XX Q2800 OPT_AD_OUT
16V XX 0 R2671
C2806 R2816 SEL2_AU_R CHIP XX
5 6 7 8 L2002 R2038
XX XX C2821 22uH 470
XX SEL2_AU_L 1/10W

VCC

B-IN
B+IN
R2805

XX
47k

BOUTPUT
IC2800
1/10W C2013 C2015
6 5 4 0.22 100 R2830

GND
A+IN
A-IN
AOUTPUT
16V 16V 3.3k
4 3 2 1 1/10W
C2825 IC2805 R2831 C2817
XX R2819 R2827 R2844 R2851
XX XX 100k 82k 47 220 0
FIX/VAR_R_IN R2869 1/10W 1/10W 16V 1/10W CHIP
7 R2808 R2813 R2812 XX HP_R_IN HP_OUT_AU_R
C2804 C2808 AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE
1 XX XX XX XX R2801 C2801
1 2 3 4.7k R2814 C2810 C2811 HP_OUT_AU_L
16V 0.1 10k 0.1 10 R2845 R2855
R2817 Q2815 1/10W 16V 1/10W 16V 16V 0
XX C2816 XX R2848
Q2801 AC_OFF_DET_AU 2SC4154TP-1G 100p CHIP
R2865 C2827 XX
XX XX D2807 50V
XX
XX 4 3 2 1
Q2806 HP_OUT
R2839 DTC614TUT106
GND

100k
R2872 1/10W
15V 1k R2873 C2809

A9V
A-INPUT

A+INPUT

E
R2824 R2867 1/10W 220k 10
AOUTPUT
IC2802

XX XX CN9521 1/10W 16V


B-INPUT

R2820 R2821
B+INPUT
VCC

BOUTPUT

R2834 C2826 R2815


NJM3414AV(TE2)

E
10k 4.7k 2.2k 12k
1/10W 1/10W CN9522 470 5 6 7 8
1/10W 16V 1/10W
AUOUT_AU_L

E
AU_HP9V
CN9523 R2800 C2815 R2846 R2852
C2813 Q2803 220 0
8 10 XX 100p 1/10W
DTC614TUT106 CHIP

E
5 6 7 8 16V 50V
AUOUT_OU_R CN9524 GNDterminal HP_L_IN
C2812 R2832 R2802 C2802 R2828 C2818

VCC
82k R2856

B-IN
0.1

B+IN
47k 4.7k 0.1 47 0
16V 1/10W 1/10W 16V R2826 1/10W 16V R2847 R2849
CHIP
E
IC2801 LINE_OUT 100k XX XX
R2829

BOUTPUT
NJM4558V-TE2 CN9525 1/10W
E 3.3k R2843
1/10W

GND
A+IN
A-IN
AOUTPUT
100k
CN9526 1/10W Q2807
4 3 2 1 C2814 R2835 DTC614TUT106
10 2.2k
16V 1/10W C2820 AU_GND
XX
R2822 Mount Mecha A9521 410314301
4.7k C2819
1/10W 0.1
25V
Q2804 6 5 4
R2833 DTC614TUT106
R2823 47k
9 10k 1/10W Mount Mecha A9522 410314301
1/10W IC2803 6 5 4
RT8H225C

IC2804
R2863 RT8H225C
1 2 3 10k
1/10W 410268311 XX
LINE_MUTE Mount Mecha A9523
R2858
AU_PRE_GND 1M 1 2 3 R2859
1/10W AC_OFF_DET_AU 10k
Mount Mecha A9524 410268311 XX 1/10W
D2805 R2837 HP_MUTE
BAS316-115 1M
1/10W
1 TAB (CONTACT)
15V AC_OFF_DET_AU
A9V

R2841 R2861 CN9532 D2804


0 XX XX AU_PRE_GND BAS316-115
CHIP R2853 R2840
10 XX 0
CHIP
15V

A9V
COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

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AE.-WAX2F(KDL-40/46W2000)
A9V A9V
15V
CN2301
7P R2885 PS2501
1 0 L2512 4A 15V
TV_V 1 V_IN 0uH 25V C2564
1 2 R2567 R2654
AU_15V 10k 100k 1000p
GND 2 L2508 25V
C2544 22uH 1/10W 1/10W
3 QSS C2543 D2501
QSS 0.1 47
R2561 R2562 16V C2562 PDZ11B-115
4 8.2k 16V C2561
GND 10k A9V 1000p 1000p
1/10W 1/10W 25V 25V
FM/AM 5 FM/AM R2504 C2631 C2613
L2511 0 XX 470
C2551 0uH R2566
GND 6 CHIP 25V 6.8k
HDMI_L 1 TO DETECT
7 16V 1/10W Q2521
C2524 R2642 R2646 DTC144EUA-T106
AU_PRE_GND 1 5 6 7 8 AU_GND 100k 100k C2629
R2307 16V C2563 R2505 1/10W 1/10W XX
CN2302 XX C2565 R2636
1000p 1000p 0 0 Q2516

VCC
8P

B-IN
B+IN
25V L2506 25V CHIP R2643 2SA1235-F
CVBS 1 CVBS 0uH 100k
1/10W

BOUTPUT
IC2503
2 GND 2 R2301 DTV_IN AU_HP9V AU_+8V R2637
0

GND
A+IN
A-IN
AOUTPUT
0 LRCLK C2627
Q2507

D2505 CHIP Q2514 AU_PROT

NJM4558V-TE2
L/LRCLK 3 1 25V
R2302 XX C2525 4 3 2 1 BAS316-115 2SA1235-F
R2655
DTC144EUA-T106

GND 4 DTV_L_TU 1 C2573 R2647


BCLK 16V 47 100k C2630 0
R/BCK 5 16V 1/10W XX CHIP
R2306 R2305 0 HDMI_R
GND 6 XX DTV_R_TU R2563 AU_PRE_GND R2644
AU_DATA C2552 R2901 100k
8.2k 1 C2901
DATA 7 R2549 R2554 R2568 XX XX 1/10W
16V
8 47k 47k R2564 XX
1/16W 1/10W 10k R2645
1/10W C2628
Q2518

100k 1 Q2515
CN2303 R2539 IC2507 1/10W 25V
12k C2588 C2600 C2902 R2902 2SA1235-F
5P R2A15105SP Q2517 R2652
2SC1623-L5L6

AU_15V 1/10W 10 XX XX
0.1 C2632 2SA1235-F 10k
UNREG15V 1 16V 25V XX 1/10W

1
C2618

52
DVDD1 HBA1 C2605
UNREG15V 2 1 R2653 C2647 R2656 C2648
R2540 C2534 0.1 25V 25V 100k 1 47k 0.1
15k VDA1

2
NC 3 10

51
1/10W DGND1 C2614 1/10W 25V 1/10W 16V
16V C2592 1500p 100
3 AU_GND 4 VSA1
R2624 35V

3
50
6.8k PWM2A1 C2609 XX R2638
AU_GND 5
1/10W C2593 150p VSA1 XX C2623

4
49
PWM1A1 0.68
C2594 150p R2659 25V
D5V R2625 OUTA1 XX R2662

5
48
6.8k PWM1B1 D2509 D2514 0
SEL2_AU_L PC_IN_R 1/10W RB160M-60TR RB160M-60TR
OUTA1

6
47
PWM2B1
SEL2_AU_R PC_IN_L C2606 C2615

4
3
C2575 R2614 C2595 1500p 0.1 100 35V
R2620 R2626

7
1 R2663

46
2.2k 0 15k OP1O VDB1
R2533 DVI_R 25V 1/10W 0
JL2501 R2531 CHIP 1/10W
QSS 4.7k 4.7k R2664

8
DVI_L

45
FM/AM 1/16W 1/16W IN1 VSB1 0

1
R2632 120k 1/10W
C2610 XX R2639 2
C2586 XX CHIP
R2613 1

9
Q2501 L2509

44
R2537 R2545 47k 25V VSB1
2SA1235-F STBY/MUTE 22uH R2665
10k 10k 1/10W R2660 0
R2532 R2541 OUTB1 XX

10
CHIP

43
15k 10k R2550 MUTEC C2635 C2643
4 1/16W 4.7k Q2512 D2510 D2515 C2624 CN2500
R2522 DTC614TUT106 C2601 0.1 RB160M-60TR RB160M-60TR 0.68 XX XX
R2501 R2507 0 R2546 R2547 4P
25V

11
42
1k R2525 XX 10k R2556 DTV_L_MSP SUB SUB FB2500 0uH
47 CHIP R2520 R2627 1 L+
1/10W 1/10W 0 R2534 4.7k
15k R2538 DTV_R_MSP 47k 120k FB2501 0uH
CHIP OUTB1 C2619

12
41
L2501 XX 1/10W C2602 VCOR 2 L-
L2502 R2528 R2557 1 FB2502 0uH
8.2uH 0uH XX R2530 XX R2542 15k 0.1 25V 25V 3 R-
XX R2616 R2622

13
40
1/16W 2.2k C2590 AGND HBB1
C2527 R2548 0 R2628 4 R+

C2536 1 16V
C2521 1 XX 1/10W CHIP 39k 10
C2502 C2517 R2559 16V FB2503

14
39
1 16V 16V VREF HBB2

C2533
120p 1 15k 0uH C2636 C2644
C2511 C2576 C2633 C2603 C2620 XX XX
R2508 50V 16V C2518 C2523 C2508 C2509 XX 0.1 AVCC
C2506 1

1
47 1 R2615

15
2200p 2200p

38
0

16V
XX 1 1

1 16V
16V 25V

C2537
OUTB2

C2535

1 16V
50V 25V 47k L2507

C2529 1 16V
CHIP 16V 16V 50V
1/10W XX C2625

16
37
SUB SUB 0.68
C2510 Q2513 C2591 10 16V D2511 D2516 25V

C2519
R2502 R2509 RB160M-60TR RB160M-60TR

10 16V
0.1 DTC614TUT106

25V
C2538
10 16V
R2658 CLK OUTB2

17
36

0.1
XX XX 25V 10k

C2539

C2520 0.1
AU_PRE_GND
1/10W CLKCTRL
4
3

R2510

18
35
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 R2661 XX
5 1k VSB2 R2876 0
1/10W C2553 C2555 C2557 R2640 XX

NC

NC
NC
19
VSB2 34

ASG
10 IN2 R2877 XX

ASG
C2560 0.1 47

ASG
CAPL_M D2503 C2611 C2616

AVSS
AVSS
1000p 16V R2629 R2633
1
2

Q2500 25V 16V AU_+8V C2587

AHVSS
XX XX

AHVSS
100 35V

AGNDC
2SC1623-L5L6 C2507 65 1 15k 120k

20
33

AVSUP 40

SC4_IN_L
OP2O R2878 XX

SC1_IN_L
SC4_IN_R

SC5_IN_L
1/10W 1/10W

SC2_IN_L
SC3_IN_L

SC2_IN_R
SC3_IN_R

SC5_IN_R
VREFTOP
SC1_IN_R
4700p L2505 25V VDB2 C2607 L2510
50V 66 R2621 R2623 0.1

SC3_OUT_R
AVSUP AHVSUP 39 10uH 22uH

SC3_OUOT_L
XX XX
32

PWM2B2

21
67 ANA_IN1+ CAPL_A 38 C2554 R2630 C2596 OUTA2 D2512 D2517 R2879 0
C2501 10 16V 6.8k 1500p RB160M-60TR RB160M-60TR
XX C2512 100p 68
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ANA_IN- SC1_OUT_L 37 FIX/VAR_L_IN 1/10W PWM1B2


C2513 100p C2548 2200p C2597 OUTA2 R2666 XX R2880
R2500 69 ANA_IN2+ SC1_OUT_R 36 FIX/VAR_R_IN 150p C2626 XX
C2556
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0 15V PWM1A2 C2612 XX 0.68
CHIP 70 TESTEN VREF1 35 2200p R2593 R2611 R2631 C2598 VSA2 25V
50V R2588 47k 47k 6.8k 150p R2641
C2504 71 TV_L_AEP 22k
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24

XTAL_IN SC2_OUT_L 34 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W PWM2A2


1.5p R2511 IC2501 C2549 2200p 1/10W VSA2 XX R2881
100k 72 XTAL_OUT SC2_OUT_R 33 TV_R_AEP Q2508 R2603 C2599 1500p
MSP4410K-QA-D6-501 5.6k XX
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25

Q2505 2SC1623-L5L6 1/10W Q2510 DGND2


73 TP DACM_SL 32 C2589 VDA2 C2608 C2617 C2621
C2550 2SA1235-F DTC144EUA-T106 10 16V 0.1 100 35V
6 C2505 X2500 74 2200p R2617 1
27

26

AUD_CL_OUT DACM_SR 31 DVDD2 25V

AU_+8V
1.5p 18.432MHz 50V R2601 D2507 10k C2604 HBA2
75 NC DACM_SUB 30 100k BAS316-115 SP_SD_MUTE 0.1 C2903 R2903
C2546 D2504 R2587 C2571 C2578 1/10W 25V XX XX
76 SPDIF_OUT DACM_C 29 2200p MC2836 1M XX XX
50V 1/10W AC_OFF_DET_AU
77 D_CTR_I/O_1 DACM_L 28 D2508
78 D_CTR_I/O_0 DACM_R 27 XX C2904 R2904
C2547 XX XX
79 ADR_SEL VREF2 26 2200p
50V
80 STANDBYQ 25
R2512 R2513 DACA_L
0 XX Mount Mecha A9528 408015301

NC
I2C_CL
I2C_DA
I2S_CL
I2S_WS
I2S_DATA_OUT
I2S_DA_IN1
R2612

I2S_DEL_IN
I2S_DEL_OUT
I2S_DEL_WS
I2S_DEL_WS
DVSUP
DVSUP
DVSS
DVSS
DVSS
I2S_DA_IN2
NC
I2S_CL3
I2S_WS3
RESETQ
I2S_DA_IN3
I2S_DA_IN4
DACA_R
C2514 HP_L_IN 0
470p CHIP R2515 R2514
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 C2545 47k 47k
50V 2200p 1/10W 1/10W AU_GND
R2518 0uH 50V
C2515
220p C2542 C2583

0uH
7 2200p 0.22

0uH
FB2508

0uH
FB2507
FB2506
SCL_B_5V C2530 50V 25V Q2519 Mount Mecha A9529 263590401
FB2504 R2519 0.1 25V Q2511 DTC144EUA-T106 Q2520
0uH 0uH HP_R_IN DTC144EUA-T106 DTC144EUA-T106 R2517
C2528 10k
47 1/10W 3/3
SP_MUTE

AU_DATA
16V
AE

BCLK
LRCLK
SDA_B_5V DTV_IN
FB2505 L2504
0uH
AC_OFF_DET_AU
R2543 R2555 C2540 D2513 AU_PRE_GND
XX 100k 0.1
JL2500 1/16W BAS316-115
25V
R2544 XX
R2535 C2541
100k
1/16W XX
COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL
RESET_AUDIO
Q2502 D2502
8 2SC1623-L5L6 AU_+8V
XX

R2714 R2715 FB2701


XX XX XX
R2703
XX

1
8
R2701
XX R2702 XX

2
7
5
IC2701
XX R2713 IC2703

3
6
XX XX

3
9

4
5
4
C2704
XX

R2704 R2705 R2706


XX XX XX

R2707 R2710
XX XX
5 4
C2701 C2702
XX XX

IC2702
R2708 R2711 XX
XX XX

1 2 3
10 R2709
XX
Q2701 Q2702 C2703
XX XX XX

R2712
XX
AU_PRE_GND

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