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Revision History.2 Table of contents...3 Getting Start....4 Conventions Used in this Guide.4 Safety Precautions4 Chapter 1. How to Handle Defective Returns.5 1.2 Problem6 1.2.1 No powerLED indicator.7 1.2.2 No sound..8 1.2.3 Front channel no sound (including either FR or FL no sound).9 1.2.4 Rear channel no sound (including either RR or RL no sound)...10 1.2.5 Center no sound11 1.2.6 Woofer no sound...12 1.2.7 Input no sound...13 1.2.8 Remote control no use.....14 1.2.9 Noise.....15 1.2.10 LED indicators no light...16 Chapter 2. Specification..17 Satellite..17 Woofer18 Chapter 3. Block diagram...19 Chapter 4. Exploded view20 Subwoofer..20 Satellite (Center)...21 Satellite (Front).....22 Satellite (Rear)..22 Chapter 5. Part list ....23 Woofer...23 Center...24 Rear......24 Front......24 Chapter 6 Important notes.25 Chapter 7 Circuit diagram..26 SW-HF 5.1 INPUT PCB.....26 SW-HF 5.1 CON PCB....27 SW-HF 5.1 AMP PCB & SW-HF 5.1 SATSP PCB.28 SW-HF 5.1 SWAMP PCB..29 SW-HF 5.1 REM PCB.30 Version 1.0 Page 3 of 30

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SW-HF 5.1 5005

Getting Started

Conventions Used in the Guide


Pay Special Attention: Instructions that are important to remember and may prevent mistakes. Caution: Information that, if not followed, may result in damage to the product.

Safety Precautions
The following precautions should be observed in handing the speaker described in this guide: Place the speakers on a flat, level and stable surface. Do not place the speakers in environments subject to mist, smoke, vibration, excessive dust, salty or greasy air, or other corrosive gases and fumes. Do not drop or jolt the speakers. Do not allow anything to drop into the subwoofer case through its ventilator, as it could result in fatal electric shock or fire. Place the unit far enough from other equipments for good heat dissipation. Do not perform any maintenance with wet hand. Prevent foreign substance, such as water, other liquids or chemical, from entering the speakers while performing maintenance procedures on the speakers.

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Chapter 1. How to Handle Defective Returns


1.1 Overview
Receiving Defective speaker from customers

Verifying problems Proceeding Necessary tests Function NG Function NG Analyzing possible Malfunction cause Deciding & proceeding the Rectification methods Replace necessary Defective parts Function OK

Verifying problems Proceeding Necessary tests

Function OK Return the speakers with proper repacking to customers

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1.2 Problems Item


1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6 1.2.7 1.2.8 1.2.9 1.2.10

Problem Description
No powerLED indicator No sound Front channel no sound (including either FR or FL no sound) Rear channel no sound (including either RR or RL no sound) Center no sound Woofer no sound input no sound Remote control no use Noise LED indicators no light

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*Attention

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Please follow the numbered sequence marked within parenthesis given in individual Flow chat in that this is the best-recommended sequence to rectify the problems.

1.2.1 No powerLED indicatorunlighted

Problem

No power LED indicator

Analyze and identify the causes

Fuse disconnected or damaged

Defective transformer

Defective or damaged AC cable, or power

1. Defective assembled line of SW-HF 5.1 CON PCB 2. Components dry-soldering or

disconnected on SW-HF 5.1 CON PCB 3. Defective or damaged motor VR or its assembled line

4. Defective or damaged IC2, CR1, Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, IC1 on SW-FH5.1 CON PCB

Repair or Solutions replace

Repair or replace

Repair or replace

resolder or replace

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1.2.2 no sound
Problem

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no sound

PCB damaged, dry-soldered or Analyze and identify the causes short-circuited

Assembled line defectively connected

1. Defective IC2 on SW-HF5.1 CON PCB 2. Defective IC1, IC2 SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB 3. Defective IC1, IC2, IC3, IC4, IC5, IC6, IC7, IC8, IC9, R28, R29, R52, EC18, EC19, EC20 on

SW-HF5.1 AMP PCB 4. Defective IC1 IC2R15R16 on SW-HF5.1 SWAMP PCB

Resolder or Solutions replace

Re-connect or replace

Check and replace defective IC or components.

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Problem

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1.2.3 Front channel no sound (including either FR or FL no sound )


Front channel no sound (including either FR or FL no sound)

PCB damaged, dry-soldered or Analyze and identify the causes short-circuited

Defective connection of front speaker and cables or

Defective connection front of audio

1.defective

IC1,

IC2

or

components relating to IC1 and IC2 on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB 2.defective IC4 IC1 or

jacks,

cables, or JACK disconnected from PCB or

defective speaker cables, jacks or front driver units

components relating to IC4 and IC1 on SW-HF5.1 AMP PCB

defective

Resolder Solutions replace

or

Re-connect replace

or

Re-connect replace

or

Check and replace defective components IC or

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Problem

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1.2.4 Rear channel no sound (including either RR or RL no sound)


Rear channel no sound (including either RR or RL no sound)

PCB Analyze and identify the causes

damaged, or

Defective connection of rear speaker and cables or

Defective connection of rear audio cables, or

1. Defective IC1, IC2 or components relating to

dry-soldered short-circuited

IC1 and IC2 on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB 2. Defective IC5IC1 or components relating to

jacks,

JACK disconnected from defective PCB or

defective speaker cables, jacks rear driver units or

IC5 and IC1 on SW-HF5.1 AMP PCB

Repair or replacing Solutions

Repair or replacing

Repair or replacing

Check and replace defective IC or

components

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1.2.5 Center no sound
Problem

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Center no sound

Analyze and identify the causes

Poor soldering, broken, or short circuit

Defective connection of

Defective connection center of audio

1.

Defective

IC1,

IC2

or

components relating to IC1 and IC2 on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB 2. Defective IC6, IC3 or

center speaker cables jacks, defective speaker cables, jacks or center driver units and or

cables, or JACK disconnected from PCB or

components relating to IC6 and IC3 on SW-HF5.1 AMP

defective

PCB
3. Defective VR2 or components

Check Solutions soldering points on PCB, and resolder

Reconnect or replace

Reconnect or replace

Check and replace defective IC or components

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1.2.6 Woofer no sound
Problem

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Woofer no sound

PCB Analyze and identify the causes dry-soldered, broken, or

Defective connection of sub speaker and or

Defective connection of woofer audio cables, or JACK

1. Defective IC1, IC2 or components relating to IC1 and IC2 on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB 2. Defective IC6 or components relating to IC6 on SW-HF5.1 AMP PCB 3. Defective IC1, IC2 on SW-HF5.1

short circuited

cables jacks, defective speaker

disconnected from PCB or defective

SWAMP PCB 4. Defective VR4 or components relating


to VR4 on SW-HF5.1 CON PCB

cables, jacks or woofer

Repair Solutions

Reconnect or replace

Reconnect or replace

Check and replace defective IC or components

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1.2.7 input no sound
Problem

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input no sound

Defective input Analyze and identify the causes RCA jack

SW-HF5.1

INPUT

Defective

IC1

or

PCB soldering points broken, dry soldering or short circuit

components relating to inputs on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB

Check Solutions replace

and

Check resolder defective one(s)

and

Check and replace defective IC or

components

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1.2.8 Remote control no use
Problem

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Remote control no use

Low power of the battery Analyze and identify the causes

Defective soldering of

SW-HF REM

5.1 PCB

Defective conductive rubber some keys of

Defective REM1IC2 R18EC3CC4 on SW-HF5.1 CON PCB

battery spring

broken, or its IC or other

components

Replace Solutions

Repair and replace

Check resolder

and

Check and replace

Check and replace

defective one(s)

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1.2.9.
Problem

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Noise
Noise

Broken or dry-soldering PCB Analyze and identify the causes

Defective VR4, VR3, VR2 VR4VR3VR2

Defective or dry-soldering IC2 or components relating IC2 on SW-HF5.1 INPUT PCB

Resolder or replace Solutions

Check and replace

Resolder or replace

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1.2.10. LED indicators no light
Problem

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LED indicators no light

Analyze and identify the causes

Defective , dry-soldering, or broken LED1LED2LED3 LED4LED5LED6 or the components relating to them

Solutions

Check and replace

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Chapter 2. Specifications
Satellite
NO DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RATED OUTPUT POWER THD 10% SENSITIVITY1KHzRATED O/P POEWR SENSITIVITY1KHz1W O/P POWER MAX INPUT LEVEL1% THD FREQUENCY RESPONSE 1KHz -3DB) S/NRATED O/P POWER CHANNEL UNBALANCE REF O/P POWER CHANNEL SEPARATION(ONE CHANNEL IN;OTHER CHANNEL INPUT SHORTING) HUM NOISE (VR MAX) (VOLUME MAX;INPUT SHORTING) 1HUM NOISE(VR MIN) (VOLUME MIN.INPUT SHORTING) LOW HI

SW-HF 5.1 5005

UNIT
W mV mV mV Hz KHz dB dB dB mV mV

NOMINAL CEN
18 380 80 280 40 120 85 0.3 60 1 0.1

FR
18 640 140 500 70 140 85 0.3 60 1.5 0.1

FL
18 640 140 500 70 140 85 0.3 60 1.5 0.1

SR
18 80

SL
18 80

LIMIT
5% 10% 20 20 75 0.5 55 2 0.5

380 380 10% 280 280 10% 100 100 110 110 85 0.3 60 1 0.1 85 0.3 60 1 0.1

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Chapter 2 Specifications
Woofer
NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DESCRIPTION
RATED OUTPUT POWER100Hz(10%THD) SENSITIVITY(100Hz)RATED O/P POWER SENSITIVITY (100Hz)1W O/P POWER MAX INPUT LEVEL1% THD DISTORTION100Hz REF.O/P POWER FREQUENCY RESPONSE100Hz -3DB) S/N RATIO100Hz RATED O/P POWER VR MIN NOISE VR MAX NOISE HUM LOW HI UNIT W mV mV mV % Hz Hz dB mV mV

SW-HF 5.1 500

NOMINAL 75 100 10 90 0.15 15 140 82 0.1 3

LIMIT 5 10 5 9 0.5 10 20 75 0.5 10

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Chapter 3 Block diagram

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Chapter 4 Exploded view

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Subwoofer

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Chapter 4 Exploded view

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Satellite (Center)

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Chapter 4 Exploded view

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Satellite (Front)

Satellite (Rear)

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Chapter 5 Part list

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Woofer
Ref. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Description wood box (SUB), SW-HF5.1 5005, Front panel , SW-HF5.1 5005, black color Port tube, SW-HF5.1 5005 black color smaller knobs, SW-HF5.1 5005, silver, HIPS big Knob, SW-HF5.1 5005, silver , HIPS LED PCB LED cover , transparent, ABS keystoke, SW-HF5.1 5005, silver, HIPS VR , M1610GOAH1FX-B10K-L20F SW-HF5.1 CON PCB, 162*169*1.6MM/2 foot, black, (19*16mm), HIPS Rubber foot mat, 11*3MM screw, 3.5*16PA woofer driver unit, 6.5"8 ohm 75W screw, 3.5*18BA transformer, 27V*2-2.8A 13.5V*2-1.9A screw, 4*22PWM RCA jack, AV6-8.47-7-FBEP red/black terminal back board of woofer box AL heat sink, 284*19.5*30MM power switch AC cable, 1.6m screw, 3.5*25P SW-HF5.1 AMP PCB, 94V0 SW-HF5.1 INPPUT PCB, 94V0 SW-HF5.1 SWAMP PCB, EVA, 86*53*2.5MM TDA7294 IC TDA7269A IC L7808 TDA7294 BT4558 T2323 IC BT2328 1C IC IC IC 94V0 Part NO. 12T+9T MDF EP53500501 EP403F0037 EP41510049 EP40754136 EP40754135 EP17020003 EP41410031 EP40754133 EP1B020058 EP15500501 EP41110034 EP73060031 EP24100052 EP16070032 EP24010023 EP13F00286 EP24140016 EP1A030067 EP1A090063 EP53500501 EP21100067 EP19030008 EP32F00039 EP24100084 EP15500505 EP15500502 EP15500504 EP73010027 EP1C010175 EP1C010176 EP1C010150 EP1C010175 EP1C020006 EP1C010004 EP1C010116

standby keystroke, SW-HF5.1 5005, silver, HIPS EP40754134

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Chapter 5 Part list

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Center
Ref. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description Cloth, block center driver unit A-115-3, 4"4 15W Screw, 3.5*18TA tweeter A-52-2A , 2"8 10W Screw, 3.5*14PA Center wood box, K86 paper tube, 22*25*30mm Red/black terminal, H-WP2-8 rubber foot mat, 14mm*2mm Part NO. EP64000149 EP16050041 EP24150024 EP16020043 EP24100082 EP53K86001 EP41590040 EP1A090065 EP73060003

Rear
Ref. NO Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part NO. Cloth, black EP64000148 tweeter, A-52-2, 2"8 10W EP16020041 Screw, 3.5*14PA, EP24100082 rear driver unit, A-78-11, 3"815W EP16030045 EP24150024 Screw, 3.5*18TA Rear wood box, K85-1, W120*H210*D130MM EP53K85002 paper tube, K85-1, 22*25*60mm EP41590039 EP73060003 rubber foot mat, 14mm*2mm EP1A090065 Red/black terminal, H-WP2-8

Front
Ref. NO Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part NO. Cloth, K85, black EP16020041 tweeter, A-52-2, 2"8 10W EP16020041 Screw, 3.5*14PA, EP24100082 front driver unit, A-115-2, 4"815W EP16050040 EP24150024 Screw, 3.5*18TA Front wood box, K85, W140*H230*D155MM EP53K85001 EP41590038 Paper tube, K85, W140*H230*D155MM EP73060003 rubber foot mat, 14mm*2mm EP1A090065 Red/black terminal, H-WP2-8

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Chapter 6. Important Notes

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6.1 Packing requirement for sending the PCB assembly by post PCB assembly is a kind of sophisticated electronic circuit board. Well packing will be required when sending them by post. *Some sophisticated IC components are mounted on the PCB assembly; hence it is necessary to pack each PCB assembly with a separate static protecting bag, in order to avoid static electricity. *Reliable external packing is also very important when sending the PCB assembly by post, in that it would avoid unnecessarily lost or damage.

6.2 Short of spare parts while repairing a speaker system If you are short of spare parts when you have some speaker systems waiting to be repaired, it would be recommended to take the necessary parts from one Speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker systems

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Chapter 7. Schematic diagram
SW-HF 5.1 INPUT PCB

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Chapter 7. Schematic diagram
SW-HF 5.1 CON PCB

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Chapter 7. Schematic diagram
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Chapter 7. Schematic diagram
SW-HF 5.1 SWAMP PCB & SW-HF 5.1 SATSP PCB

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Chapter 7. Schematic diagram
(remote control) SW-HF 5.1 REM PCB

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