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Clarion Co., Ltd.

50 Kamitoda, Toda-shi, Saitama 335-8511 Japan Service Dept.: 5-66 Azuma, Kitamoto-shi, Saitama 364-0007 Japan Tel: +81-48-541-2335 / 2432 FAX: +81-48-541-2703

Published by Service Dept. 298-6037-00 FEB. 2003 X

Printed in P.R.C.

Service Manual
AM/FM CD/MP3/WMA Player
Model

(PE-2561B-A for U.S.A.) (PE-2561K-A/B for Other Countries)

SPECIFICATIONS
FM tuner section
Frequency range: 87.9MHz to 107.9MHz (PE-2561B-A) 87.0MHz to 108MHz (PE-2561K-A/B) 9dBf 15dBf

Bass control action: Treble control action: Line output level:

+16dB, -12dB (50Hz/80Hz/120Hz) +12/-12dB (8kHz/12kHz) 1.8V (CD 1kHz)

General
Power supply voltage: Current consumption: Speaker impedance: Weight: 14.4V DC(10.8 to 15.6V allowable), negative ground Less than 15A, 3A 4ohm(4ohm to 8ohm allowable) Source unit 1.3kg Remote control unit 30g(including battery) Source unit 178(W)x50(H)x157(D) Remote control unit 44(W)x110(H)x27(D)

Usable sensitivity: 50dB quieting sensitivity:

Alternate channel selectivity: 70dB Stereo separation: Frequency response: 35dB(1kHz) 30Hz to 15kHz (+3/-3dB)

Dimensions(mm):

AM tuner section
Frequency range: 530kHz to 1710kHz (PE-2561B-A) 531kHz to 1602kHz Usable sensitivity: (PE-2561K-A/B) 25 uV

NOTE
* We cannot supply PWB with component parts in principle. When a circuit on PWB has failure, please repair it by component parts base. Parts which are not mentioned in service manual are not supplied. * Only CDs and CD-ROMs having the or mark can be used in this unit. Some CDs recorded in CD-R mode may not be usable. Even when recorded in CD-RW mode, some CDs not be usable. * Specifications and design are subject to change without notice for further improvement.

CD player section
System: Usable discs: Frequency response: Signal to noise ratio: Dynamic range: Harmonic distortion: Channel separation: Compact disc digital audio system Compact disc 5Hz to 20kHz(+1/-1dB) 100dB(1kHz) 95dB(1kHz) 0.01% 85dB(1kHz)

Audio section
Maximum power output: 52Wx4 Continuous average power output: 18Wx4, into 4ohm, 20Hz to 20kHz, 1%THD

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COMPONENTS
PE-2561B-A/PE-2561K-A/B
Source unit Mounting bracket DCP case Escutcheon(OUT-ES) Extension lead Remote control unit Battery(SUM-3) Parts bag Removal key Screw Screw 331-2497-00 716-0496-01 716-0872-11 2 1 1 300-4976-00 300-7742-00 335-6035-20 370-6037-00 854-6349-50 RCB-164-600 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Disconnect the battery terminal after turning the ignition key off. If wrong wiring connections are made with the battery connected, a short circuit and/or fire may occur. If extensive damage is caused due to negligence of repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company. 5. Cautions regarding chips. Do not reuse removed chips even when no abnormality is observed in their appearance. Always replace them with new ones. (The chip parts include resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, etc). The negative pole of tantalum capacitors is highly susceptible to heat, so use special care when replacing them and check the operation afterwards. 6. Cautions in handling flexible PWB Before working with a soldering iron, make sure that the iron tip temperature is around 270 C. Take care not to apply the iron tip repeatedly (more than three times) to the same patterns. Also take care not to apply the tip with force. 7. Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and parts replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit. 8. Cautions in checking that the optical pickup lights up. The laser is focused on the disc reflection surface through the lens of the optical pickup. When checking that the laser optical diode lights up, keep your eyes more than 30cms away from the lens. Prolonged viewing of the laser within 30cms may damage your eyesight. 9. Cautions in handling the optical pickup The laser diode of the optical pickup can be damaged by electrostatic charge caused by your clothes and body. Make sure to avoid electrostatic charges on your clothes or body, or discharge static electric ity before handling the optical pickup. 9-1.Laser diode The laser diode terminals are shorted for transportation in order to prevent electrostatic damage. After replacement, open the shorted circuit. When removing the pickup from the mechanism, short the terminals by soldering them to prevent this damage. 9-2.Actuator The actuator has a powerful magnetic circuit. If a magnetic material is put close to it, its characteristics will change. Ensure that no foreign substances enter through the ventilation slots in the cover. 9-3.Cleaning the lens Dust on the optical lens affects performance. To clean the lens, apply a small amount of isopropyl alcohol to lens paper and wipe the lens gently.

FEATURES
1. MP3 and WMA File Playable with ID3-TAG and WMA-TAG Display 2. DUAL ZONE Control with Dedicated RCA Line Level Outputs 3. 1-Bit D/A Converters and 8-Times Oversampling Digital Filter 4. Z-ENHANCER PLUS for Sound Creation with 4 Adjustment Modes (2-Band P.EQ) 5. MAGNA BASS EX for Dynamic Bass Tuning, Volume Level Dependent 6. Flip Down Detachable Aluminum Face with 80-Variable Color LC Display and Control Buttons 7. Screen Saver with User Programmable MESSAGE INFORMATION 8. CeNET with Balanced Audio Line Transmission and Dynamic Noise Canceling

To engineers in charge of repair or inspection of our products.


Before repair or inspection, make sure to follow the instructions so that customers and Engineers in charge of repair or inspection can avoid suffering any risk or injury.
1. Use specified parts. The system uses parts with special safety features against fire and voltage. Use only parts with equivalent characteristics when replacing them. The use of unspecified parts shall be regarded as remodeling for which we shall not be liable. The onus of product liability (PL) shall not be our responsibility in cases where an accident or failure is as a result of unspecified parts being used. 2. Place the parts and wiring back in their original positions after replacement or re-wiring. For proper circuit construction, use of insulation tubes, bonding, gaps to PWB, etc, is involved. The wiring connection and routing to the PWB are specially planned using clamps to keep away from heated and high voltage parts. Ensure that they are placed back in their original positions after repair or inspection. If extended damage is caused due to negligence during repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company. 3. Check for safety after repair. Check that the screws, parts and wires are put back securely in their original position after repair. Ensure for safety reasons there is no possibility of secondary ploblems around the repaired spots. If extended damage is caused due to negligence of repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company. 4. Caution in removal and making wiring connection to the parts for the automobile.

CHANGING THE RECEPTION AREA


Model PE-2561B-A(U.S model) is initially set to USA frequency intervals of 10kHz for AM and 200kHz for FM. When using it outside the USA, the frequency reception range can switched to the intervals below.

Setting the reception area


1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired radio band (FM or AM). 2. While pressing the [A-M] button and hold the number "2" of the [DIRECT] button for 2 seconds or longer, the reception area switches from inside the USA to outside the USA. 3. While pressing the [A-M] button and hold the number "1" of the [DIRECT] button for 2 seconds or longer, the reception area switches from outside the USA to inside the USA. * Any station preset memories are lost when the reception area is changed.

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CAUTION
Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified herein, may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The COMPACT DISC player and mini disc player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
MODEL

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12V GROUND AM 530-1710kHz/FM 87.9-107.9 MHz


THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2)THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION. THIS PRODUCTION COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES 21 CFR SUB-CHAPTER J APPLICABLE AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE. CLARION CO., LTD. 50 KAMITODA, TODA-SHI, SAITAMA-KEN, JAPAN.
MANUFACTURED:

SERIAL No. PE-

286Clarion Co.,Ltd. MADE IN

Bottom view of Source Unit

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ERROR DISPLAYS
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed. Take the measures described below to eliminate the problem. Mode Error Display
ERROR 2

Cause

Measure

A DISC is caught inside the CD deck and is not ejected. This is a failure of CD deck's mechanism. A DISC cannot be played due to scratches, etc. A DISC is loaded upside-down inside the CD deck and does not play. A DISC inside the CD changer is not loaded. A DISC inside the CD changer cannot be played due to scratches, etc. A DISC inside the CD changer cannot be played because it is loaded upside-down. Displayed when the temperature in the MD changer is too high and playback has been stopped automatically. An MD inside the MD changer is not loaded. An MD inside the MD changer cannot be played due to scratches, etc. Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc. Eject the disc then reload it properly.

CD/MP3/ WMA

ERROR 3 ERROR 6

ERROR 2

This is a failure of CD changers mechanism. Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc.

CD changer

ERROR 3

ERROR 6

Eject the disc then reload it properly.

ERROR H

Lower the surrounding temperature and wait for a while to cool off MD changer. This is a failure of MD changers mechanism. Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc.

ERROR 2

MD changer

ERROR 3

ERROR 6

An MD inside the MD changer cannot be played because it is loaded upside-down. Displayed when a non-recorded MD is loaded in the MD changer.

Eject the disc then reload it properly.

Load a pre-recorded MD in the MD changer.

ERROR 2

A DISC inside the DVD changer cannot be played. A DISC cannot be played due to scratches, etc.

This is a failure of DVD mechanism. Retry or replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc.

DVD changer

ERROR 3

ERROR 6

A DISC inside the DVD changer cannot be played because it is loaded upside-down. Parental level error. Region code error.

Eject the disc then reload it properly.

ERROR P ERROR R

Set the correct Parental level. Eject the disc and replace correct region code disc.

If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the reset button.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Nothing happens when buttons are pressed. Display is not accurate.

Cause
The microprocessor has malfunctioned due to noise, etc.

Measure
Turn off the power, then press the [OPEN] button and remove the DCP. Press the reset button with a thin rod. Reset button

EXPLANATION OF IC:
052-3382-00 M30624MGA-157GP Main Sysytem Controller 1.Terminal Description

pin pin pin pin

1 2 3 4

: NU : TIME BASE : NU : PLL CE : REMOCON : BYTE : CN VSS : JOG CW : JOG CCW : RESET : X OUT : VSS : X IN : VCC : NU : ACC DET : BU DET : KEY INT : 27pinConnect : VARI+B REM

pin 5 pin 6 pin 7 pin 8 pin 9 pin 10 pin 11 pin 12 pin 13 pin 14 pin 15 pin 16 pin 17 pin 18 pin 19 pin 20

pin 21 : DISP+B REM pin 22 pin 23 pin 24 pin 25 pin 26 pin 27 pin 28 pin 29 pin 30 pin 31 pin 32 pin 33 pin 34 pin 35 pin 36 pin 37 pin 38 pin 39 pin 40 pin 41 pin 42 pin 43 pin 44 pin 45 pin 46 pin 47 pin 48 pin 49 pin 50 pin 51 pin 52 pin 53 pin 54 : BEEP : NU : V COLOR G : CATS LED : V COLOR R : IE BUS RX : IE BUS TX : NU : NU : NU : NU : LCD SO : LCD SI : LCD CLK : LCD CS : CTRL : NU : NU : MP3 SRQ : MP3 CS : MP3 WP : MP3 RESET : NU : PLL SI : PLL SO : PLL SCK : PLL CE : NU : NU : Destination 1 : Destination 2 : Destination 3 : NU

: - : Not in use. : IN : Time base signal input. : - : Not in use. : O : The chip enable signal output to the PLL IC. : IN : Remote controller signal input terminal. : IN : The data length selection(8bit/16bit). : IN : Connect to VSS. : IN : Jog key signal input. : IN : Jog key signal input. : IN : Reset signal input. : O : Crystal connection. : - : Negative supply voltage. : IN : Crystal connection. : - : Positive supply voltage. : - : Not in use. : IN : ACC detection signal input. : IN : Backup detection signal input. : IN : Key interrupting signal input. : IN : Connect to pin 27. : O : The power supply control signal output for the illumination. : O : The power supply control signal output for the LCD driver. : O : Beep out. : - : Not in use. : O : PWM signal output to control the green. : O : CATS LED drive output. : O : PWM signal output to control the red. : IN : IE Bus serial data input. : O : IE Bus serial data output. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : O : The serial data output to the LCD driver. : IN : The serial data input from the LCD driver. : O : The clock pulse output to the LCD driver. : O : Chip select signal output to LCD. : O : Power supply ON signal output. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : IN : MP3 request signal input. : O : MP3 chip selection signal output. : O : MP3 wakeup signal output. : O : MP3 reset signal output. : - : Not in use. : IN : Serial data input from the PLL IC. : O : Serial data output to the PLL IC. : O : The clock pulse output to the PLL IC. : IN : The chip enable signal output to PLL IC. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : IN : The destination setting signal input. : IN : The destination setting signal input. : IN : The destination setting signal input. : - : Not in use.

: - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : - : Not in use. : IN : The cut off control signal input from the filter. pin 59 : FIL CONT 2 : IN : The cut off control signal input from the filter. pin 60 : VCC : - : Positive supply voltage. pin 61 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 62 : VSS : - : Negative supply voltage. pin 63 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 64 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 65 : ST SD : IN : At receiving the FM station, this port detects the stereo signal. At seeking or scanning, this port detects the station detection signal. pin 66 : NOISE DCHG : O : RDS noise discharge signal output. pin 67 : MUTE SPD UP : O : Station detection speed up command output for RDS. pin 68 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 69 : RDS MUTE : O : RDS mute signal output. pin 70 : RDS DATA : IN : RDS serial data input. : - : Not in use. pin 71 : NU pin 72 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 73 : RDS CLK : IN : RDS clock pulse input. pin 74 : E VOL CLK : O : Clock pulse output to the volume IC. pin 75 : E VOL DATA : O : The serial data output to the volume IC. pin 76 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 77 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 78 : AMP MUTE : O : Muting signal output to the Audio Power Amplifier. pin 79 : NAVI MUTE : O : Muting signal output to suppress the noise without Navigation sound interrupting. pin 80 : SYS MUTE : O : System muting signal output. pin 81 : PHONE INT : IN : The telephone interrupt signal input. pin 82 : ILL DET : IN : Illumination ON signal input. pin 83 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 84 : AMP REM : O : The control signal output to internal audio power amplifier. pin 85 : AUTO ANT : O : Motor antenna control signal output. pin 86 : 5V REM : O : ON signal output to the 5V power supply. pin 87 : NOISE : IN : The noise level for RDS. pin 88 : S METER : IN : The input terminal of internal A/D converter to monitor the radio field strength. pin 89 : KEY AD : IN : Input terminal of A/D converter for Key judgment. pin 90 : D ZONE MUTE : O : Dual zone muting control signal output. pin 91 : CD M S : O : CD main mode status output. pin 92 : KEY ILL REM : O : Key illumination ON signal output. pin 93 : SYS ACC : O : ACC detect signal output. pin 94 : A VSS : - : Analog ground. pin 95 : NU : - : Not in use. pin 96 : VREFI : IN : The reference voltage input. pin 97 : A VCC : - : Positive supply voltage for the internal analog section. pin 98 : MP3 SI : IN : MP3 serial data input. pin 99 : MP3 SO : O : MP3 serial data output. pin100 : MP3 SCK : O : MP3 clock output.

pin 55 pin 56 pin 57 pin 58

: NU : NU : NU : FIL CONT 1

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
CD PWB(B3) section 1/2
816-2624-50 FLAT WIRE

LED PWB (B4)-B

Q102 PS1192H TR-B

Q101 PS1192H TR-A S101 S102

D101 AN1105W-RR

D102 AN1105W-RR LED PWB (B4)-A

J101

TO 18PAGE CD PWB SECTION2/2

TO 15PAGE PICK UP UNIT

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
CD PWB(B3) section 2/2
TO 17PAGE CD PWB SECTION1/2

TO 21PAGE MAIN PWB J900

TO 17PAGE CD PWB SECTION1/2

TO 17PAGE CD PWB SECTION1/2

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TO 17PAGE CD PWB SECTION1/2

TO 17PAGE CD PWB SECTION1/2

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
Switch PWB (B2) section

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

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
Main PWB (B1) section 1/4

J3

FROM 19

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
Main PWB (B1) section 2/4

Main PWB (B1) section 3/4

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
Main PWB (B1) section 4/4
1

3 1

10

16

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