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DVD- RECORDER

Chassis : K2 (2nd Generation) DVD-R120/XAA DVD-R120/XAC DVD-R120/AFS

SERVICE MANUAL DVD-R120

SERVICE
DVD-RECORDER

Manual
Merit & Character regarding Product Multi format recording DVD-RAM/ DVD-RW/ DVD-R Multi format playback DVD / DVD-RAM / DVD-RW / DVD-R CD / CD-R / CD-RW / MP3 / JPEG Recording mode XP(1Hour)/ SP(2Hour)/ LP(4Hour)/ EP(6~8Hour) Progressive scan Automatic Chapter product on 59mm Slim Design

ELECTRONICS

This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable international and/or domestic law.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. JAN. 2005 Printed in Korea AK82-00710A

CONTENTS
1. Precautions
1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 Safety Precaution Servicing Precautions ESD Precautions Handling the optical pick-up

(1-1 ~ 1-6)
(1-1) (1-3) (1-4) (1-5)

2. Product Specification
2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 Reference Information Chassis Product Specification Option Product Specification Introduction to DVD DVD-Video Fromat

(2-1 ~ 2-12)
(2-1) (2-2) (2-3) (2-4) (2-6)

3. Software Update
3-1 Drive Firmware Update 3-2 Flash Update

(3-1 ~ 3-4)
(3-1) (3-3)

4. Disassembly and Reassembly


4-1 Cabinet and PCB 4-2 PCB Location

(4-1 ~ 4-8)
(4-1) (4-7)

5. Trouble Shooting 6. Exploded View and Parts List


6-1 Cabinet Assembly

(5-1 ~ 5-16) (6-1 ~ 6-4)


(6-2)

7. Electrical Parts List 8. Block Diagram


8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6 8-7 All Block Diagram DIC1(DMN8602) Block Diagram AIC1(PCM1742) Block Diagram AIC9(PCM1802) Block Diagram PIC(TSB4AB1) Block Diagram TIC1(TW9906) Block Diagram IC4N01(MSP3407G) Block Diagram

(7-1 ~ 7-8) (8-1 ~ 8-8)


(8-2) (8-3) (8-4) (8-5) (8-6) (8-7) (8-8)

CONTENTS
9. Wiring Diagram 10. PCB Diagrams
10-1 S.M.P.S. PCB 10-2 Main PCB 10-3 Jack PCB

(9-1 ~ 9-2) (10-1 ~ 10-6)


(10-2) (10-4) (10-6)

11. Schematic Diagrams


11-1 S.M.P.S. 11-2 DVD Main Connector 11-3 DVD DDR 11-4 DVD DV 11-5 DVD A/V Codec 11-6 DVD Audio In/Out 11-7 DVD Video Decoder 11-8 MICOM 11-9 A/V Input 11-10 A/V Output 11-11 TM Block

(11-1 ~ 11-12)
(11-2) (11-3) (11-4) (11-5) (11-6) (11-7) (11-8) (11-9) (11-10) (11-11) (11-12)

12. Operating Instructions and Installation 13. Circuit Operating Descriptions


13-1 13-2 13-3 13-4 13-5 13-6 13-7 13-8 Power AV Codec SERVO (DVP Multi Drive) Video Input Video Output Audio Tuner IF

(12-1 ~ 12-56) (13-1 ~ 13-16)


(13-1) (13-4) (13-7) (13-9) (13-11) (13-13) (13-14) (13-15)

14. Reference Information

(14-1 ~ 14-4)

1. Precautions
1-1 Safety Precautions
1) Before returning an instrument to the customer, always make a safety check of the entire instrument, including, but not limited to, the following items: (1) Be sure that no built-in protective devices are defective or have been defeated during servicing. (1)Protective shields are provided to protect both the technician and the customer. Correctly replace all missing protective shields, including any removed for servicing convenience. (2)When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly in the cabinet, be sure to put back in place all protective devices, including, but not limited to, nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fish papers, adjustment and compartment covers/shields, and isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate this instrument or permit it to be operated without all protective devices correctly installed and functioning. (2) Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through which adults or children might be able to insert their fingers and contact a hazardous voltage. Such openings include, but are not limited to, excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and an improperly fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet back cover. (3) Leakage Current Hot Check-With the instrument completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards institute (ANSI) C101.1 Leakage Current for Appliances and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1270 (40.7). With the instruments AC switch first in the ON position and then in the OFF position, measure from a known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the instrument (antennas, handle brackets, metal cabinets, screwheads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA. Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat the test. See Fig. 1-1. Any measurements not within the limits specified herein indicate a potential shock hazard that must be eliminated before returning the instrument to the customer.
(READING SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE 0.5mA) DEVICE UNDER TEST TEST ALL EXPOSED METER SURFACES 2-WIRE CORD ALSO TEST WITH PLUG REVERSED (USING AC ADAPTER PLUG AS REQUIRED) EARTH GROUND
LEAKAGE CURRENT TESTER

Fig. 1-1 AC Leakage Test


(4) Insulation Resistance Test Cold Check-(1) Unplug the power supply cord and connect a jumper wire between the two prongs of the plug. (2) Turn on the power switch of the instrument. (3) Measure the resistance with an ohmmeter between the jumpered AC plug and all exposed metallic cabinet parts on the instrument, such as screwheads, antenna, control shafts, handle brackets, etc. When an exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 1 and 5.2 megohm. When there is no return path to the chassis, the reading must be infinite. If the reading is not within the limits specified, there is the possibility of a shock hazard, and the instrument must be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer. See Fig. 1-2.
Antenna Terminal

Exposed Metal Part

ohm

ohmmeter

Fig. 1-2 Insulation Resistance Test


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2) Read and comply with all caution and safety related notes on or inside the cabinet, or on the chassis. 3) Design Alteration Warning-Do not alter or add to the mechanical or electrical design of this instrument. Design alterations and additions, including but not limited to, circuit modifications and the addition of items such as auxiliary audio output connections, might alter the safety characteristics of this instrument and create a hazard to the user. Any design alterations or additions will make you, the servicer, responsible for personal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. 4) Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to assure correct lead dress in the following areas: (1) near sharp edges, (2) near thermally hot parts (be sure that leads and components do not touch thermally hot parts), (3) the AC supply, (4) high voltage, and (5) antenna wiring. Always inspect in all areas for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring, Do not change spacing between a component and the printed-circuit board. Check the AC power cord for damage.

5) Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to have overheated or that are otherwise damaged should be replaced with components, parts and/ or wiring that meet original specifications. Additionally, determine the cause of overheating and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective action to remove any potential safety hazard. 6) Product Safety Notice-Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics which are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can the protection they give necessarily be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by shading, an ( )or a ( )on schematics and parts lists. Use of a substitute replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create shock, fire and/or other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever appropriate.

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1-2 Servicing Precautions


CAUTION : Before servicing units covered by this service manual and its supplements, read and follow the Safety Precautions section of this manual. Note : If unforseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First. (4) An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used and some components are raised above the printed wiring board for safety. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with heating components. Install such elements as they were. (5) After servicing, always check that the removed screws, components, and wiring have been installed correctly and that the portion around the serviced part has not been damaged and so on. Further, check the insulation between the blades of the attachment plug and accessible conductive parts.

1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions


(1) a. Always unplug the instruments AC power cord from the AC power source before (1) re-moving or reinstalling any component, circuit board, module or any other instrument assembly, (2) disconnecting any instrument electrical plug or other electrical connection, (3) connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument. b. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which instruments covered by this service manual might be equipped. c. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and /or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed. d. Always connect a test instruments ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground lead last. Note : Refer to the Safety Precautions section ground lead last. (2) The service precautions are indicated or printed on the cabinet, chassis or components. When servicing, follow the printed or indicated service precautions and service materials. (3) The components used in the unit have a specified flame resistance and dielectric strength. When replacing components, use components which have the same ratings. Components identified by shading, by( ) or by ( ) in the circuit diagram are important for safety or for the characteristics of the unit. Always replace them with the exact replacement components.

1-2-2 Insulation Checking Procedure


Disconnect the attachment plug from the AC outlet and turn the power ON. Connect the insulation resistance meter (500V) to the blades of the attachment plug. The insulation resistance between each blade of the attachment plug and accessible conductive parts(see note) should be more than 1 Megohm. Note : Accessible conductive parts include metal panels, input terminals, earphone jacks, etc.

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1-3 ESD Precautions


Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD)
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices(ESD). Examples of typical ESD devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor chip components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity. (1) Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. (2) After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESD devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly. (3) Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ESD devices. (4) Use only an anti-static solder removal devices. Some solder removal devices not classified as anti-static can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices. (5) Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices. (6) Do not remove a replacement ESD device from its protective package until immediately before your are ready to install it.(Most replacement ESD devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive materials). (7) Immediately before removing the protective materials from the leads of a replacement ESD device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. CAUTION : Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions. (8) Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESD devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ESD device).

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1-4 Handling the optical pick-up


The laser diode in the optical pick up may suffer electrostatic breakdown because of potential static electricity from clothing and your body. The following method is recommended. (1) Place a conductive sheet on the work bench (The black sheet used for wrapping repair parts.) (2) Place the set on the conductive sheet so that the chassis is grounded to the sheet. (3) Place your hands on the conductive sheet(This gives them the same ground as the sheet.) (4) Remove the optical pick up block (5) Perform work on top of the conductive sheet. Be careful not to let your clothes or any other static sources to touch the unit. Be sure to put on a wrist strap grounded to the sheet. Be sure to lay a conductive sheet made of copper etc. Which is grounded to the table.
THE UNIT WRIST-STRAP FOR GROUNDING

1M

1M

CONDUCTIVE SHEET

Fig.1-3
(6) Short the short terminal on the PCB, which is inside the Pick-Up ASSY, before replacing the PickUp. (The short terminal is shorted when the PickUp Assy is being lifted or moved.) (7) After replacing the Pick-up, open the short terminal on the PCB.

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Product Specification

2. Product Specification
2-1 Product Specification
Power requirements Power consumption General Weight Dimensions Operating temp Other conditions Video (1,2) Audio (1,2) Input DV Input Receivable Channels 120V AC,60Hz 35Watts 8.27 IB 16.9in(W) x 9.6in(D) x 2.3in(H) +41F to 95F Keep level when operating. Less than 75% operating humidity 1.0 V p-p at 75ohm load, sync negative S-Video input (Y:1.0Vp-p, C: 0.286Vp-p at 75ohm load) Max. Audio input level : 2Vrms IEEE 1394(4p) compatible jack Regular TV broadcasting : VHF (2~13), UHF (14~69) Cable TV broadcasting: 1~125 Audio output jacks 1,2 Audio Output Video Picture compression format Audio compression format Recording Recording Quality Audio frequency characteristics Optical/coaxial digital audio output Full scale analog output level : 2Vrms Video output jacks 1, S-Video output 1 (Y: 1.0Vp-p, C:0.286Vp-p at 75 ohm load) Component output (Y: 1.0Vp-p ,Pb:0.70Vp-p, Pr:0.70Vp-p at 75ohm load) MPEG-II Dolby digital 2ch/256kbps XP (about 8 Mbps), SP (about 4 Mbps), LP (about 2 Mbps), EP (about 1.2 Mbps), FR (about 1.2 Mbps to 8Mbps) 20 Hz ~ 20 KHz

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2-2 Chassis Product Specification


General Model Name DVD-R100
DVD RECORDER DVD-R100 M O DE MODE CH CH LAST M ARK MARK PI PIP P I INPUT NPUT TI E SLI TIME SLIP M P REC REC CH CH

DVD-R120

DV IN DV I N

L2 IIN N

S- DEO S-VIDEO VI

VI VIDEO DEO

L( NO )-UDI L(MONO)-AUDIO-R MO A O-R

Info SYSTEM

RECORER FUNCTION

SUB FUNCTION

PLAYCACK FUNCTION

IN/OUT

ETS

Function COLOR SYSTEM BROADCAST SSTEM AUTO CLOCK DVD-RAM DVD-R DVD-RW VIDEO AUDIO DVD-RAM/-R(4.7GB) HDD Flexible Recording OTR Time Slip VCR+Plus Quick Dubbing EPG(Gemstar) IR Blaster Play Lis Auto Chaptering JPEG Browser with BG music DV Input 10in2 Memory Slot DVD-RAM/-R/-RW DVD-Video/VCD/CD-DA CD-R/RW Music CD MPEG4/Divx Multi Memory Card Progressive Scan Output Upscaling(720P/1080i) DV/LINE1/LINE2/CH Video Input Video Output S-Video Input S-Video Outpu Component Output HDMI Output Analog Audio Input(L/R) Analog Audio Output(L/R) Optical/Coaxial Panel disply REMOCON IB Size: Net(W x H x D) Weight

Standard NTSC M O O O O MPEG-2 2ch O O O O -/O O O/O/(O) O/-/O O/O O -/O O/O/O/O 2ea 1ea 2ea 1ea 1ea 2sets 2sets O/O VFD Multi 53key English 430X68.5X279 4.2Kg

Standard NTSC M O O O O MPEG-2 2ch O O O O -/O O O O/O/(O) O/-/O O/O O -/O O/O/O/O 2ea 1ea 1ea 1ea 1ea 2sets 2sets O/O LED Module Multi 44key English 430X59X245 2.9Kg

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2-3 Option Product Specification

Description Fig

Description

Parts No

Remark

Remote Control

AK59-00012H

Model standard of DVD-R120/XAA Model standard of DVD-R120/XAA


S.N.A

Batteries for Remote Control

AC43-12002H

Owner s Instructions

AK68-00683A

Model standard of DVD-R120/XAA

Audio & V ideo Cable

AC39-00073A

Model standard of DVD-R120/XAA

RF Cable

AC39-42001J

Model standard of DVD-R120/XAA

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2-4 Introduction to DVD


2-4-1 The Definition of DVD
DVD is the next generation medium and is the acronym of the Digital Versatile Disc or thr Digital Video Disc, which maximizes the saving density of the disk surface using the MPEG-2 compression technology to enable the storage of 17G bytes of data on the same size CD. 1) 7 times the storage capacity of the conventional CD Minimized the track pitch and pit size to 1/2 of conventional CD. Uses red laser with short-wavelenght of 650nm (635nm). DVD Vs. CD-ROM CD-ROM Disc Thickness Lens NA Laser wavelenght Track pitch Capacity Track structure 1.2mm 0.45 780um 1.6pm 0.65GB Pit train CD-R/RW 1.2mm 0.45(0.5) 780um 1.6pm 0.65GB Groove DVD-ROM 0.6*2mm 0.6 650um 0.74pm 4.7GB Pit train DVD-R/RW 0.6*2mm 0.6 650um 0.74pm 4.7GB Groove DVD-RAM 0.6*2mm 0.6 650um 0.615pm 4.7GB Land/Groove

2) Disc Formats DVD consists of two 0.6mm discs attached together, enabling access to the upper and lower side of the disk, and 4 sides could be used at maximum.

Single Layer : 4.7GByte Label Polycarbonate Bonding layer Reflective layer Polycarbonate

Dual Layer : 8.5GByte Label Polycarbonate Reflective layer Bonding layer Semi-reflective layer Polycarbonate Dual Side Dual Layer : 17GByte Polycarbonate Semi-reflective layer Reflective layer Bonding layer Reflective layer Semi-reflective layer Polycarbonate

Dual Side Single Layer : 9.5GByte Polycarbonate Reflective layer Bonding layer Reflective layer Polycarbonate

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2-4-2 DVD Types


FORMAT DVD-Video DVD-ROM DVD-Audio DVD-R TYPE Playback Only Read Only Playback Only 1 Time Recording Rewritable DVD-RAM (more than 100,000times) Rewritable DVD-RW (About 1000times) a sepueutial read-write access more like phonograph than a hard disk. read-write access Similar to DVD-RAM exiept than its technology features APPLICATIONS High quality image and sound for movies and other video media. Multi-functional, multi-media software that requires large storage capacity. High quality sound that exceeds the CD, multi-channel Audio. As with CD-R, write only once This can be virtually used as hard-disk, with a random

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2-5 DVD-Video Fromat


2-5-1 Main Features
1) Able to store up to 160 minutes of Movie by utilizing the MPEG-2 compression technology. ( Aver. 133min.) 2) Enables more than 500 lines of horizontal resolution. (Class corresponding to the Master Tapes used in broadcasting stations) 3) Provides Dolby Digital 5.1ch Surround 3D sound, which enables theater quality sound (NTSC area). For PAL areas, 1 of either MPEG-2 Audio or Dolby Digital must be selected. 4) Multi-Language Able to store up to 8 languages of dubbing. Able to store up to 32 subtitle languages. 5) Multi-Aspect Ratio 3TV Mode alternatives ; 16:9 Wide Screen (DVD Basic)/4:3 Pan & Scan/Letter Box. 6) Multi-Story Possible to implement Interactive Viewing which enables the user to select the scenario. 7) Multi-Angle Able to view the camera angle you selected among the scenes recorded with multiple camera angles. Note ; The above media features must have the DVD Title that contains the appropriate contents to function properly.

2-5-2 Audio & Video Specifications


Classification Compression Pixel VIDEO Horizontal resolution Compression rate Transmission speed TV aspect Audio Recording type AUDIO Transmission rate Channel Sampling frequency DVD-Video MPEG-2 720 x 480 Max. 500 Lines 1/40 Max. 9.8Mbps (variable) 16:9 / 4:3 Max. 8 streams Dolby Digital 448Kbps/stream 5.1CH/stream 48KHz Linear PCM 6.144Mbps/stream 8CH/stream 16, 20, 24Bit/48, 96KHz Video-CD MPEG-1 352 x 240 Max. 250 Lines 1/140 1.15Mbps (fixed) 4:3 2CH stereo MPEG-1 Layer 2 224Kbps 2CH 16Bit/44.1KHz 4:3
2 Analog CH. 2 Digital CH. (16Bit/44.1KHz)

LD Analog Max.420 Lines Analog

or
1 Analog CH. 1 Stream of Dolby Digital 2 Digital CH. (16Bit/44.1KHz)

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2-5-3 Detailed Feature


DVD-Video Feature 1 When Developing the DVD Software, various addition and modification is possible.

As the storage capacity increases, the DVD-Video separates the main data and the additional data such as the Multi-Function into different data areas, enabling the control of time-data ratio to provide the format that enables the flexible Software development 1 Movie (3.5Mbps) + Subtitle (1 Language) + Surround Audio (1 Language) = 160min storage (4.673Gbytes) 1 Movie (3.5Mbps) + Subtitle (4 Language) + Surround Audio (4 Language) = 160min storage (4.680Gbytes) 1 Music Video (4Mbps) + 2ch High quality Audio (96kHz/24bit) = 72min storage (4.648Gbytes)

DVD-Video Feature 2

Application of the MPEG-2 compression technology.

DVD-Video uses the variable compresion technology, the MPEG-2 to compress the moving image optimally, minimizing the Data loss to Provide a clear, natural screen while increasing the storage time.

MPEG-2 (Variable compression : Max. 1/40) Field unit compression. Compression rate change according to the amount of Data. DVD-Video Differentiates the still image anf the moving image compression rete, reducing Data loss and enables efficient compression.

Amount of data

Time

MPEG-1 (Fixed compression : Max. 1/140) Video-CD Frame unit compression. Compresses all data using the same ratio. - Fast movements are jagged, and unnatural

Amount of data

Loss area

Time

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DVD-Video Feature 3

High quality surround audio.

DVD-Video can store the audio using the 5.1ch Dolby Digital compression or the advanced Liner PCM method, providing the better-than-CD quality and theater like audio quality. Dolby Digital (AC-3) Unlike the traditional Dolby pro-Logic method, the Dolby Digital method separates all 5 main channels (Front L/R, Center, Surround (Rear) L/R)and the Sub woofer to provide live surround audio. Using the Down Mix method, the conventional Dolby Pro-Logic and Stereo are all compatible. Each separated channels are played back at CD quality sound. (Frequency band: 20Hz ~ 20KHz) Linear PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) Provides the high quality Digital sound without the audio data compression. Various Digital Recordings are possible as shown in the table to the right.

Sampling Frequency

Bit Rate 16bit

48KHz

20bit 24bit 16bit

96KHz

20bit 24bit

Dolby Digital compatible Audio Mode Channel Format Audio Coding Mode 1/0 2/0 3/0 2/1 3/1 2/2 3/2 O O O O O O O O O L Front C O O O O O O O O O Mono Mono O O Surround R Surround (Rear) L R Mono Stereo Remark

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DVD-Video Feature 4

Multi-Language

Audio Dubbing - Max. 8 Languages Subtitle - Max. 32 Languages. Capable of storing, and selectiong. Linear PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)

DVD-Video Feature 5

Multi-Aspect

Unlike the conventional VCD or LD, DVD-Video has the default of 16:9 Wide, and can be viewed using the conventional 4:3 TV, enabling the expansion of viewer selection capabilities. 16 : 9 TV : Wide Mode (16:9 Wide Full Screen) 4 : 3 TV : Letter Box Mode, Pan & Scan Mode

16:9 Wide

4:3 Pan & Scan

4:3 Letter Box

Note ; Only enable to be worked correctly by an appropriate data supported this function in Disc.

DVD-Video Feature 6

Multi-Angle

Up to 9 angles of view may be stored, enabling the viewer to select a specific viewpoint at a given time. --> Especially, for the Music Video and Sports Title, this provides a more lively image of the scene.

Note ; Only enable to be worked correctly by an appropriate data supported this function in Disc.

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DVD-Video Feature 7

Multi-Story

DVD-Video provides the enviroment suitable for the bi-directional Software develoment, providing multiple scenarios. This feature enables the Multi-Story function.

OPTION

Parental Lock

For the titles that are not suitable for children viewing, Parental Locks are set, requesting user defined passwords for viewing Parential Locks may be set on specific frames of the Title, enabling the player to skip those frames during playback.

COPYRIGHT

Regional Code & Macrovision

Classify the world into 6 regions, and if the DVD Title and the Players Reginal Code do not agree, playback is prohibited. Regionnal Coding is optional for the Soft developers (Region 0 All Code), but the Hardware developers must adopt the appropriate regionnal code for sale. Region 1 : The United States and its territories, Canada. Region 2 : Europe, Japan, Greenland, Egypt, South Africa, the Middle East. Region 3 : Taiwan, Hongkong, Korea, South East Asia. Region 4 : Mexico, South America, Australia, New Zealand. Region 5 : Russia, Eastern Europe, India, Africa. Region 6 : China. Region 0 : Worldwide (All Code)

Adoptation of the Macrovision System disables the copying on to other media.

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Remark

DVD-Video Authoring Process

The image quality of the DVD-Video may vary accoring to the quality of the Master and the Authoring Process The image quality of the DVD-Video varies according to the Digital Mastering Source such as the conventional LD, VCD, or Original Film. Different Authoring Process are used accoring to the Software developers, and this may affect the DVD image quality. Authoring Process bit stream

Video/Audio Master

MPEG-2 Encoding

Disc Production
bit stream

Surround Audio Master

AC-3/MPEG Audio Encoding

Video/Audio Subtitle Multiplexing

Cutting Master

Subtitle Master

Subtitle Encoding

bit stream

Authoring Process

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3. Software Update
3-1 Drive Firmware Update
3-1-1 Introduction
When you can not record and play on specific recording media (especially on newly available DVD-RAM, DVD-RW or DVD-R).

3-1-2 How to make an update disc


Write the downloaded file onto a blank CD-R or CD-RW disc, using the following settings : 1) Download the software update file from the samsung internet site. (www.samsung.com) 2) Write the file to disc using the CD-RW of your computer.

NOTE
Recommended Application Program - Nero Burning / Easy CD Creator ..etc Option - Name : SDM2224 - Extension name : *.REC - Multisession : No Multisession - File name lenght : Max. of 11 = 8 + 3 - Format : Mode 1 - Character set : ISO 9660 or Joliet Format - CD Close & Dise at once

WARNING
It is very important : please read the below notice below before upditang your unit. The followong events may interrupt the update process and MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE UNIT WHILE UPDATING ! Unplugging the power cord. @ Power Outage. # Dirt or Scratches on the disc. $ Opening a disc tray during processing.

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Software Update

1) Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. 2) Insert the update CD-R disc with the software update, label facing up. 3) Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray. * It takes about 1~2 minites before the mesage below appears.

Fig. 3-1 Remote Control


Drive Update Do you want to update drive-firmware? Version: Xx.X.R120 -> XX.X.R120 Yes No

Atfer checking old and new version, select Yes or No with or on the remote control. * The Version is indicated by XX.X modelname

Fig. 3-2 * If you dont see the message above, try another disc. Generally, this is caused by disc quality and by disc creating problem. 4) Press the ENTER button on the remote control (Fig. 3-1). You will see LOAD on FLT Display.
Drive Update Now, processing... please, do not turn off the power.

Fig.3-3 5) It takes about 1~2 minutes to complete the update. The message below will be displayed in the screen after update is completed and the tray will open automatically.

Drive Update Drive firmware is successfully updated.

Fig. 3-4 6) After removing the update disc, turn off the unit with power button. And there after turn on the unit with power button and then the will be closed. The drive firmware is now completed. 3-2

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3-2 Flash Update


3-2-1 Introduction
When you encounter the problem which is not related in drive firmware necessity.

3-2-2 How to make an update disc


Write the downloaded file onto a blank CD-R or CD-RW disc, using the following settings : 1) Download the software update file from the samsung internet site. (www.samsung.com) 2) Write the file to disc using the CD-RW of your computer.

NOTE
Recommended Application Program - Nero Burning / Easy CD Creator ..etc Option - Multisession : No Multisession - CD close & disc at once - ISO 9660 or joliet format - Extension name : *.RUF In order to increase dise playability, add a dummy file (over 100MB) together with the latest program. (The dummy file can be used any kind of file except MP3 file etc which can be played in the unit and we recommend to use a file whin extension name as *.dmy, which can be changed from original one.)

WARNING
It is very important : please read the below notice below before updating your unit. The followong events may interrupt the update process and MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE UNIT WHILE UPDATING ! Unplugging the power cord. @ Power Outage. # Dirt or Scratches on the disc. $ Opening a disc tray during processing.

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Software Update

1) Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. 2) Insert the update CD-R disc with the software update, label facing up. 3) Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray.

Fig. 3-6 Remote Control


Flash Update Do you want to update flash memory? Version : YYMMDD.xx.R120 -> YYMMDD.xx.R120 Yes No

Atfer checking old and new version, select Yes or No with or on the remote control. * The Version is indicated by YYMMDD.xx modelname

Fig. 3-7 * If you dont see the message above, try another disc. Generally, this is caused by disc quality and by disc creating problem. 4) Press the ENTER button on the remote control (Fig. 3-6).

Flash Update Now, Processing... Plase. do not turn off the power.

Fig. 3-8 5) It takes about 5 minutes to complete the update. The message below will be displayed in the screen after update is completed and the tray will open automatically. * If the message to the left isnt displayed after 10minutes and the unit is no longer functioning properly, contact a samsung authorized service center.

Flash Update Flash memory is successfully updated.

Fig. 3-9 6) After removing the update disc, turn off the unit with power button. And there after turn on the unit with power button and then the will be closed. The Flash update is now completed.

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4. Disassembly and Reassembly


4-1 Cabinet and PCB
Note : Reassembly in reverse order.

4-1-1 Top Cabinet Removal


1) Remove 3 Screws . 2) Lift up the Top Cabinet in direction of arrow.

3 SCREWS (W 3 x 10)

Fig. 4-1 Top Cabinet Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-1-2 Assy Front-Cabinet Removal


1) Release 6 Hooks , , , and Assy Front-Cabinet .

1 HOOK

2 HOOKS

1 HOOK 2 HOOKS ASS'Y FRONT-CABINET

Fig. 4-2 Assy Front-Cabinet Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-1-3 Assy Deck Removal


1) Remove 4 Screws , from the Assy Deck and lift it up. 2 SCREWS (Y 3 x 6 ) 2 SCREWS (Y 3 x 10)

ASS'Y-DECK

Fig. 4-3 Assy Deck Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-1-4 Main PCB and S.M.P.S. PCB Removal


1) Remove 2 Screws , from the Main PCB and lift it up. 2) Remove 5 Screws , from the S.M.P.S. PCB and lift it up.

2 SCREWS (Y 3 x 6 ) 1 SCREW (Y 3 x 10 ) MAIN PCB 4 SCREWS (Y 3 x 6 )

SMPS PCB

Fig. 4-4 Main PCB and S.M.P.S. PCB Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-1-5 Jack PCB Removal


1) Remove 5 Screws , from the Jack PCB and lift it up.

4 SCREWS (Y 3 x 6 )

JACK PCB

1 SCREW (W 3 x 6 )

Fig. 4-5 Jack PCB Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-1-6 DC FAN Removal


1) Remove 1 Screws , from the DC Fan and lift it up.

DC FAN

1 SCREW (B 3 x 10 )

Fig. 4-6 DC FAN Removal

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

4-2 PCB Location

JACK PCB

MAIN PCB

S.M.P.S. PCB

Fig. 4-7 PCB Location

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Disassembly and Reaasembly

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5. Troubleshooting
NO Power Detected (Stand by LED OFF)

PAFT1 is normal?

No

Change fuse

Yes

PVDLL1, PSDZ1 PFZZ1, PVZL1 SHOR and OPEN Are normal? Yes

No

Change short circuited or opened parts

Is there voitage at Collector of PPQQX1 Yes

No

Check 2st voltage

Operation of PQQX1 is Normal? Yes

No

Replace PQQX1

Check feed back PQIZ1

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Troubleshooting

There's no Digital Audio Out

Check Current Digital Audio Setting is PCM.


Yes

No

Check the A/V Receiver can Decode Current Bit-Steam


Yes

No

Set the Bitstream

Check Digital Audio data at DR1(MAIN PCB)


Yes

No

Replace MAIN PCB

ChecK Digital Audio data at pin 10 of CN4 (MAIN PCB)


Yes

No

Replace Main PCB

Check 5V AVJ5
Yes

No
AUDIO DATA

Replace AVJ5

Check the Cable

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Troubleshooting

CVBS(Video) output error

12pin in CN3 of jack PCB or CN2 of main PCB has normal level? Yes

No

Check the DIC1 on MAIN B/D

Analog signals are inputed normally VIC1(pin4) Yes

No

Check the connection between 12pin in CN3 of JACK PCB and VIC1

Power is normal(5V) at VIC(pin1,28)? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin1,28) and power line(FD6,VL6).

Pin3 in VIC1 is in high state? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin3) and IC601(pin10). check VIC1 peripheral circuit

Video signal of About P-P1V appears at Output jack? Yes

No CVBS(Color-bar)

Check the connection between VIC1 and output jack

Check the RCA cable

# IF Recorder is under PSO(progressive scan output) MODE, it does not output the CVBS& S-Video signal.

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Troubleshooting

S-Video output error

2/4/6 Pin in CN3 of Jack PCB or CN2 of Main PCB has normal level? Yes

No

Check the DIC1 on MAIN B/D.

Analong signals are inputted normally VIC1 (pin10/12/14) Yes

No

Check the connection between 2/4/6pin in CN3 of JACK PCB and VIC1

Power is normal (5V) at VIC1(Pin1,28)? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin1,28) and Power line (FD6,VL6).

Pin13 in VIC1 is in high state? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin3) and IC601(pin89). Check VIC1 peripheral circuit.

Video signal of About P-P1V appears at Output Jack? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1 and output jack C(Color-bar)

Y(Color-bar)

Check the RCA cable # IF Recorder is under PSO(progressive scan output) MODE, it does not output the CVBS& S-Video signal.

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Troubleshooting

Line2 CVBS Video Input Error

Pin 15 in IC201 has nomal level? Yes

No

Check the connection between pin 15 in IC201 and L2 pin-jack

Pin 13 in IC201 has nomal signal? Yes

No

Check pin 16 in IC201 of input Power (5V) . TIC1-DATA

TIC1-Clock

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Troubleshooting

Line1 CVBS Video Input Error

Pin14 in IC201 has nomal level? Yes

No

Check the connection between pin14 in IC201 and L1 pin-jack

Pin13 in IC201 has nomal signal? Yes

No CVBS(Color-bar)

Check pin 16in IC201 of input power(5V)

Pin9 and pin10 in IC201 is in low and high state respectively? Yes

No Pin9/10 L/L : RF Signal L/H : Line1 H/L : Line2 H/H : Reserved No

Check the connection between pin9 and pin10 in IC201 and pin 92 and 91 in IC601

Pin38 in TIC1 of Main PCB has nomal level? Yes

Check the connection between pin38 in TIC1 of Main PCB and pin 13 in IC201.

Pin70 and pin55,56,57 58,61,62,63,64,66,67 in TIC1 of Main PCB has clock and Digital video signal nomal level? Yes Change Main PCB

No Check TIC1 peripheral circuit

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Troubleshooting

Line1 S-Video Video Input Error

Pin36 and 42 in TIC1 of Main PCB has normal level? Yes

No

Check the connection between pin 36 and42 in TIC1 and L1 S- video jack

Pin70 and pin55,56,57 58,61,62,63,64,66,67 in TIC1 of Main PCB has clock and Digital video signal nomal level? Yes

No

Check TIC1 peripheral circuit.

Change main PCB

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Troubleshooting

Component output error

10pin and 8pin in CN3 of jack PCB or CN2 of Main PCB has normal level? Yes

No

Check the DIC1 on MAIN B/D.

Analog signals are inputted normally VIC1(pin4) Yes

No

Check the connection between 10pin and 8pin in CN3 of JACK PCB and VIC1

Power is normal (5V) at VIC1(pin1,28)? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin1,28) and power line(FD6.VL6).

Pin3 in VIC1 is In high state?

No

Check the connection between VIC1(pin13)and IC601(pin10) Check VIC1 peripheral circuit.

Yes

Video signals of about P-P1V appears at output jack? Yes

No

Check the connection between VIC1 and output jack Pb(Color-bar) Pr(Color-bar)

Y(Color-bar)

Check the RCA cable

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Troubleshooting

Audio Input is not Recording

Check the select signal pin9,10 of IC203(JACK PCB) Yes

No

Check pin 90,91 of the Front Mrcom IC601 (JACK PCB)

Check all the 12Vcc pin 16 of IC203 and 12Vcc of CN10 AIC4(JACK). Yes

No

Check SMPS

Check the 3.3V pin14 and 5V pin5 of AIC9 (MAIN PCB) Yes

No

Replace Main PCB

Check Digital clock and data pin 10, 11, 12, 15 of AIC9(MAIN PCB) Yes

No Digital clock(10)

Replace Main PCB Digital clock(11) Digital clock(12) Digital clock(15)

Check the passive parts around jack pin.

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Troubleshooting

There is no Audio Output

Check he audio signal AR413 and AR437 (JACK PCB) Yes

No

Check the Low state pin22 of the Front Micom IC601(JACL PCB)

Check all the 5V pin8 of AIC1 (MAIN PCB) Yes

No

Check SMPS

Check the audio signal pin7 pin8 of AIC1 (MAIN PCB) Yes

No

Replace Main PCB

Check digital clock and data pin1, 2, 3, 16 of AIC1 (MAIN PCB) Yes

No Replace MAIN PCB


AUDIO DATA

Check the passive parts arond Jack pin.

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Troubleshooting

EDS is abnormal

Tuner input line signal is OK? Yes

No

Tuner line connect TV directly.

IIC line (SCL,SDA) from front micom is OK? Yes

No

Check the IIC line

Does TY2 make 14.31 Mhz signal? (jack PCB) Yes

No

Check TY2 or around elements

Change IC601 or check around elements

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Troubleshooting

Disc Ioading error

Are Main and deck power OK? (5v, 12v) Yes

No

Check he power

Is the 40pin FFC cable(betweenmain & deck) inserted correctly? Yes

No

Reinsert FFC cable correctly

Is the wavefrom of DIC3 pin26 normal? (MAIN PCB) Yes

No DIC3-Pin26

Change the Main board

Change the deck

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Troubleshooting

Tuner Video Out Abnormal

Tuner input line signal(pin16) is OK? (Jack PCB) Yes

No

Tuner line connect TV directly

Tuner Video

Supplied power for tuner is OK? pin3:5V pin14: 33V Yes

No

Pin 3 : 5V pin 14 : 33V check its line (jack PCB)

Video signal of TE14 is OK? (jack PCB) Yes

No

Check IC203 or its around elements (jack PCB)

Refer to video line in abnormal

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Troubleshooting

Tuner Audio Out Abnormal

Tuner line signal is OK?

No

Tuner line connect TV directly.

Yes

Supplied power for IC4N01 (5V,8V)is OK? (jack PCB) Yes

No

Check its power line or around elements

4.5MHz signal from 13 pin of tuner(TM1) is OK? Yes

No

Check the SIF signal or tuner

Tuner Audio

Does TY1 make 18.432Mhz signal? (jack PCB) Yes

No

Check TY1 or around elements

If TIC1 is normal, refer to audio line in abnomal

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Troubleshooting

Remocon mpat error

KRMC1(pin1) signal is OK? (SMPS PCB) Yes

No

Check the power(pin2) line orchange KRMC1.

IC601(pin5) signal is OK? (Jack PCB) Yes

No

Check the signal line or arocwd elements.

Change IC601 or arocwd elements

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Troubleshooting

MEMO

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6. Exploded View and Parts List


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Exploded Views and Parts List

6-1 Cabinet Assembly


W275 W009

W275

W009 P002 W275 H001

W275 W268

P003

W272

P022 P030 C015 P025 W271

S.N.A

S.N.A.: Service Not Available


A001 C001

C022 C002 C011

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Exploded Views and Parts List

Loc. No A001 C001 C002 C011 C015 C022 H001 P002 P003 P022 P025 P030 W009 W268 W271 W272 W275

Parts No. AK59-00012H AK97-01197A AK97-01197E AK64-01135A AK61-00137A AK64-01069A AK64-01140A AK97-01211A AK92-00583A AK94-00053A AK94-00053B AK92-00584A AK92-00584B AC39-10200N AC39-10019A 3103-001158 6003-000276 6003-000254 6009-001411 6003-001464 6003-001561

Description ; Specification REMOCON-ASSY;DVD-R120,XAA,-,-,44,-,-,-,ASSY CABINET-FRONT;HIPS 94HB,DVD-R120,05 ASSY CABINET-FRONT;ASSY,DVD-R120/XAX,05DOOR-TRAY;DVD-R120,ABS 94HB,T2.5,H20,W15 SPRING ETC-DOOR;DVD-R4000,COIL,,,,,,PI0. CABINET-TOP;DVD-R120,PCM,T0.6,W430,L45,DOOR-FRONT;DVD-R120,ABS 94HB,T2,H40,W80, ASSY-ASSY LOADER DRIVE;-,SV-R250,ASSY LO ASSY PCB-MAIN DVD;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 Record ASSY SORT-SMPS F/T;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 Recor ASSY PCB-SMPS;DVD-R120/XAX,SMPS PCB ASSY ASSY PCB-MAIN JACK;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 Recor ASSY PCB-JACK;DVD-R120/XAX,JACK PCB ASSY CBF-POWER CORD;AT,US,EP2/Y,HOUSING(2P),1 CBF-POWER CORD;KKP-419C,H03VVH2-F,VDE/KE FAN-DC;12V,20mA,2000rpm,0.125m^3/mi,7 SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,B,M3,L10,ZPC(YEL),SWC SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,S,M3,L6,ZPC(WHT),SM20 SCREW-SPECIAL;TH,+,-,M5,L14,NI PLT,SWRCH SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,B,M3,L10,ZPC(WHT) SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,WT,B,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),S

Remark DVD-R120/XAA Only DVD-R120/AFS Only

DVD-R120/XAA Only DVD-R120/AFS Only DVD-R120/XAA Only DVD-R120/AFS Only DVD-R120/XAA Only DVD-R120/AFS Only

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7. Electrical Parts List


Loc.No P002 AC101 AC104 AC105 AC4 AC5 AC6 AC7 AC8 AC816 AC818 AC820 AC821 AC822 AC823 AC824 AC831 AC891 AC892 AC908 AC911 AC912 AC913 AC914 AC915 AC917 AC918 AC919 AE2 AE3 AIC1 AIC3 AIC81 AIC82 AIC9 AL1 AL2 AL3 AL4 AR1 AR10 AR11 AR12 AR13 AR14 AR15 AR16 AR2 AR20 AR3 AR4 AR5 AR51 AR52 AR6 AR7 AR8 AR801 AR802 AR803 AR804 Part No AK92-00583A 2203-000491 2402-001096 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000236 2203-000236 2203-000783 2203-001554 2402-000176 2203-000783 2203-001554 2402-000176 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000491 2402-000176 2203-000491 2402-000007 2203-000491 2402-000176 2402-000176 2203-005148 2402-001096 2402-001096 2402-000179 1002-001294 1203-002178 1201-000163 1201-000163 1002-001387 3301-001419 3301-001419 3301-001419 3301-001419 2007-000078 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000120 2007-000070 2007-000090 2007-000029 2007-000115 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000084 2007-000115 2007-000113 2007-000084 2007-000084 2007-000084 2007-000082 Description ; Specification ASSY PCB-MAIN DVD;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 Record C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1.8nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1.8nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL,SMD;22uF,20%,6.3V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5. C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6x6.6x5.4 IC-D/A CONVERTER;PCM1742KE,24BIT,TSSOP,1 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;1563,SOP,7P,173MIL,PL IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m IC-A/D CONVERTER;PCM1802,24BIT,SSOP,20P, BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3 BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3 BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3 BEAD-SMD;-,220,-,500,TP,-,0.3 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;680ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 R-CHIP;82ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;82ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 Remark Loc.No AR805 AR806 AR807 AR808 AR809 AR811 AR812 AR813 AR814 AR881 AR882 AR894 AR895 AR9 ATAR1 ATAR2 ATAR3 ATAR4 ATCN1 C110 C111 C112 C115 C117 C119 C123 C124 C125 C126 C127 C128 C129 C130 C140 C141 C142 C143 C144 C145 C146 C147 C150 C166 C167 C168 C169 C171 C173 C174 C177 C178 C179 C183 C184 C185 C210 C214 C215 C217 C218 C219 Part No 2007-000122 2007-000084 2007-000122 2007-000082 2007-000080 2007-000080 2007-000080 2007-000084 2007-000084 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000115 2011-000475 2011-000475 2011-000475 2011-000475 3708-001935 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2402-001237 2402-001237 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2402-000176 2402-001096 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000440 Description ; Specification R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;82ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;40P,0.5mm,SMD-S,Sn C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;330uF,20%,6.3V,-,REEL,6.3X7. C-AL,SMD;330uF,20%,6.3V,-,REEL,6.3X7. C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,Remark

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No C220 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C227 C228 C230 C231 C232 C78 C79 CA1 CA2 CC1 CL1 CL2 CL3 CN1 CN2 CN3 CR1 CR2 CR3 DC1 DC10 DC11 DC12 DC13 DC14 DC15 DC16 DC17 DC18 DC19 DC2 DC20 DC21 DC22 DC23 DC24 DC25 DC3 DC4 DC5 DC6 DC66 DC7 DC8 DC9 DE1 DE2 DE3 DE4 DE6 DIC1 DIC2 DIC3 DIC6 DIC7 DIC8 DL1 DR1 DR10 DR2

Part No 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000746 2203-000746 2402-001096 2402-001237 2203-005148 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 3710-002075 3710-002075 3711-005595 2007-000074 2007-000074 2007-000083 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000257 2203-000257 2203-005148 2203-000257 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000257 2203-005148 2203-000257 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2402-000176 2402-000176 2402-001096 2402-001096 2402-001237 1205-002442 0801-002522 1107-001273 0802-001115 0801-002587 1103-001134 2007-000029 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071

Description ; Specification C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.03NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.03NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;330uF,20%,6.3V,-,REEL,6.3X7. C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 CONNECTOR-SOCKET;30P,2R,2MM,SMD,SnPb,BLK CONNECTOR-SOCKET;30P,2R,2MM,SMD,SnPb,BLK CONNECTOR-SOCKET;12P,2R,2MM,SMD-S,-,BLK R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;330uF,20%,6.3V,-,REEL,6.3X7. IC-CODEC;DMN-8602,BGA,308P,27x27mm,PLAS IC-CMOS LOGIC;74VHC541,BUFFER/LINE DRIVE IC-FLASH MEMORY;29DL323,4Mx8/2Mx16,TSOP, IC-CMOS LOGIC;74ALVCH16373,D LATCH,TSSOP IC-CMOS LOGIC;74LVX541,8BIT BUFFER/DRIVE IC-EEPROM;24C040,512x8,SOP,8P,5.13x3.95m R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608

Remark

Loc.No DR21 DR28 DR29 DR3 DR30 DR31 DR32 DR33 DR34 DR35 DR36 DR37 DR38 DR39 DR4 DR40 DR41 DR42 DR43 DR44 DR45 DR46 DR47 DR48 DR49 DR5 DR50 DR51 DR52 DR53 DR54 DR55 DR56 DR57 DR58 DR59 DR6 DR60 DR61 DR62 DR63 DR64 DR65 DR66 DR67 DR68 DR69 DR7 DR71 DR72 DR74 DR75 DR76 DR77 DR78 DR79 DR8 DR80 DR81 DR82 DR84 DR85 DR86 DR87 DR88 DR89

Part No 2007-000071 2007-007332 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000071 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000090 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000071 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000074 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000084 2007-000071 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000082 2007-000082 2007-000070 2007-000071 2007-000070 2007-000084 2007-000084 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090

Description ; Specification R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1.18Kohm,1%,1/8W,TP,2012 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608

Remark

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No DR9 DR90 DR91 DR92 DR95 DR96 DR97 DR98 FB23 PC1 PC10 PC11 PC12 PC13 PC14 PC15 PC16 PC17 PC18 PC19 PC2 PC20 PC3 PC4 PC5 PC6 PC7 PC8 PC9 PE1 PE2 PE3 PE4 PE5 PIC1 PL1 PL2 PL3 PR1 PR10 PR12 PR13 PR14 PR15 PR16 PR17 PR18 PR19 PR2 PR20 PR21 PR22 PR23 PR24 PR4 PR5 PR60 PR9 PRA1 PRA2 PY1 R1 R213 R214 R215 R216

Part No 2007-000071 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000029 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-001607 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000384 2203-000384 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-000440 2203-005148 2203-000440 2402-001096 2402-001096 2402-000176 2402-000176 2402-000170 1205-001988 2007-000033 3301-000353 2007-000033 2007-000113 2007-000090 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000965 2007-001044 2007-000078 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001056 2007-000070 2007-000090 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000090 2011-000002 2011-000002 2801-004021 2007-001014 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044

Description ; Specification R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,-,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.015NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.015NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4 C-AL,SMD;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5.4, IC-DATA COMM./GEN.;TSB41AB1-PAP,QFP,64P, R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 BEAD-SMD;120ohm,2x1.25x0.9mm,200mA,TP,, R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;5.1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;6.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 CRYSTAL-SMD;24.576MHz,20ppm,28-AAN,12pF, R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608

Remark

Loc.No R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R223 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R232 R234 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R246 R247 R248 R257 R67 R68 R69 R70 RC1 RC2 RC3 RC4 RE1 RE2 RE3 RE4 RIC1 RIC2 RL1 RL2 RL3 RL5 RL6 RL7 RP1 RP10 RP12 RP14 RP15 RP17 RP18 RP19 RP20 RP21 RP22 RP23 RP24 RP25 RP26 RP27 RP28 RP29 RP3

Part No 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-000071 2007-001014 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-001014 2007-000071 2007-001014 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-001044 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-001044 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000070 2007-001014 2007-001014 2007-001014 2007-001014 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2402-001096 2402-001237 2402-001096 2402-001096 1203-003182 1203-003628 2703-000398 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000686 2011-000002 2011-000002 2011-000002 2011-000002 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-000686

Description ; Specification R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;51OHM,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;330uF,20%,6.3V,-,REEL,6.3X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;LP3965,TO-263,5P,10.1 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;G9966-18TGU,TO-263-5, INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;22OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP

Remark

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No RP30 RP31 RP34 RP5 RP7 TC10 TC11 TC12 TC13 TC14 TC15 TC16 TC17 TC18 TC19 TC20 TC21 TC22 TC23 TC24 TC25 TC26 TC27 TC51 TC52 TD1 TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TIC1 TL1 TL2 TL3 TL4 TNR10 TNR11 TR10 TR11 TR12 TR13 TR14 TR15 TR16 TR17 TR19 TR20 TR21 TR22 TR75 TX1 U23 U24 U25 U34 Y3

Part No 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-001194 2011-000686 2011-000686 2203-000206 2203-000206 2203-000206 2203-000206 2203-000206 2203-000206 2203-000626 2203-000626 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-002793 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 0402-000309 2402-000007 2402-000007 2402-001096 2402-001096 1204-002419 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 2007-000033 2011-000475 2011-000475 2007-000071 2007-000071 2007-000084 2007-000070 2007-000109 2007-000071 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000113 2007-000084 2007-000090 2801-004095 1105-001581 1105-001581 1203-003038 0401-000008 2801-004182

Description ; Specification R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;51ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP R-NET;56OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 C-CER,CHIP;0.022nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.022nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,2012 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 DIODE-RECTIFIER;1SR154-400,400V,1A,SOD-1 C-AL,SMD;22uF,20%,6.3V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5. C-AL,SMD;22uF,20%,6.3V,GP,TP,4.3x4.3x5. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. C-AL,SMD;220UF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.6X6.6X7. IC-VIDEO DECODER;TW9906,TQFP,80P,12x12mm R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-NET;33OHM,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,32 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Mohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 CRYSTAL-SMD;27MHz,20ppm,28-ABY,14pF,30oh IC-DRAM;M13S128168A,4x2Mx16Bit,TSOPII, IC-DRAM;M13S128168A,4x2Mx16Bit,TSOPII, IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;LP2995,SO,8P,4.9x3.9 DIODE-SWITCHING;DAN217,80V,100MA,SOT-23, CRYSTAL-SMD;13.5MHZ,10PPM,28-AAN,24PF,60

Remark

Loc.No AC202 AC203 AC405 AC407 AC408 AC409 AC410 AC413 AC702 AC705 AC714 AC715 ACC10 ACC2 ACC3 AD1 AD2 AD3 AE100 AE101 AE105 AE31 AE404 AE41 AE412 AE42 AE46 AE47 AE701 AE702 AE705 AE712 AE714 AE715 AIC3 AIC4 AIC5 AL1 AMC01 AME01 AQ1 AQ3 AQ4 AQ5 AQ51 AQ52 AQ6 AQ7 AR100 AR101 AR105 AR106 AR120 AR121 AR123 AR124 AR125 AR126 AR127 AR128 AR202 AR203 AR204 AR26 AR4 AR40

Part No 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-000125 2203-000125 2203-000315 2203-000315 2203-005148 2203-000783 2203-000783 2203-000783 2203-000783 2203-000236 2203-000315 2203-000315 0407-000114 0407-000114 0407-000114 2401-002165 2401-003936 2401-002112 2401-002144 2401-002165 2401-002112 2401-002165 2401-000918 2401-000918 2401-002112 2401-002112 2401-002112 2401-002112 2401-002112 2401-002112 2401-002112 AH14-10004R 1201-000163 1201-000163 2007-000070 2203-005148 2401-001543 0501-000398 0501-000398 0504-000128 0504-000156 0504-000128 0504-000156 0504-000128 0504-000156 2007-000097 2007-000077 2007-000074 2007-000074 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-001167 2007-000075 2007-000076 2007-000078 2007-000090 2007-000078

Description ; Specification C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;1.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.33NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 DIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTDIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTDIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTC-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 C-AL;100uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3x5mm,2. C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,5 C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 IC;M74HCU04,SOP,TAPE 14P IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m IC-OP AMP;4560,SOP,8P,173MIL,DUAL,100V/m R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;47uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x5mm,2.5 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;470ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;330ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608

Remark

P022 AC100 AC101 AC16 AC17 AC201

AK92-00584A AK92-00584B 2203-000998 2203-005148 2203-000315 2203-000315 2203-005148

ASSY PCB-MAIN JACK;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 ASSY PCB-JACK;DVD-R120/XAX,JACK PCB C-CER,CHIP;0.047NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.12NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608

DVD-R120/XAA Only DVD-R120/AFS Only

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No AR403 AR407 AR409 AR410 AR411 AR412 AR413 AR414 AR415 AR420 AR421 AR460 AR461 AR471 AR472 AR473 AR474 AR475 AR5 AR600 AR601 AR702 AR705 AR714 AR715 AR722 AR725 AR734 AR735 AR740 ASQ01 ASQ02 ASQ03 ASQ04 ASR01 ASR02 AVIN2 AVJ1 AVJ2 AVJ5 BD01 BD02 BD03 BD05 BD06 BD07 BD08 BD09 BD10 BD11 BD12 BD13 BD15 BD16 BD17 BD18 BD19 BD20 BD22 C1 C2 C216 C220 C222 C3 C4M01

Part No 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000092 2007-000092 2007-000070 2007-000090 2007-000075 2007-000075 2007-000075 2007-000122 2007-001179 2007-000122 2007-001179 2007-000070 2007-000090 2007-000075 2007-000075 2007-000075 2007-000090 2001-000449 2001-000449 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000097 2007-000074 2001-000281 2001-000281 2007-001167 2007-000074 0504-000156 0504-000128 0504-000156 0504-000128 2007-000084 2007-000084 3722-001943 3722-002289 3722-002111 3707-001070 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 3301-000314 2401-000463 2401-000463 2203-005148 2203-005171 2203-000062 2401-001249 2401-000588

Description ; Specification R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;8.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;8.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP TR-DIGITAL;KSR2103,PNP,200MW,22K/22K,SOT TR-DIGITAL;-,NPN,200MW,22K/22K,SOT-23,TP R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 JACK-PIN;3P,8.3PI,NI,BLK,JACK-PIN;6P+1P(VHS),SN/NI,RED/WHT/YELx2 JACK-PIN;6P+1P,SN/NI,RED/WHT/YEL/BLK,AN CONNECTOR-OPTICAL;PLUG,GP1FA550TZ,6dB,2. BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,150mA,,,, C-AL;10UF,20%,35V,GP,-,5X5,5 C-AL;10UF,20%,35V,GP,-,5X5,5 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X7R,-,2012 C-CER,CHIP;47nF,+80-20%,50V,Y5V,TP,1608 C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5

Remark

Loc.No C4M02 C4M03 C4M04 C4M05 C4M06 C4M07 C4M08 C4M09 C4M10 C4M11 C4M12 C4M13 C4M14 C4M15 C4M16 C4M16A C4M17 C4M17A C4M18A C4M19A C4M20 C4M21 C4M22 C4M23 C4M24 C4M31 C4M32 C603 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631 C635 C647 C651 C652 C658 CD01 CE76 CN10 CN3 CN4 CN5 CN7 CON6 D5 E201 E202 E205 E212 E300 ESD01 ESD02 ESD03

Part No 2203-005148 2401-000588 2401-000588 2203-005148 2203-000491 2401-000588 2203-005148 2401-000909 2401-001249 2401-001249 2401-000909 2401-001249 2401-001249 2203-000531 2401-000588 2202-000797 2401-002112 2203-000323 2203-000357 2203-000681 2401-002569 2203-005148 2401-002569 2203-000491 2401-000588 2203-000257 2202-000797 2203-005065 2203-005148 2401-002144 2203-000426 2203-000426 2203-000681 2203-000626 2203-005065 2203-000236 2401-002165 2203-000257 2203-005148 2203-001697 2401-001168 2203-005221 2401-002144 2203-000257 2203-000257 2202-000216 2203-000681 2203-000681 2202-000295 0402-001494 2401-000118 3711-001246 3711-005612 3711-005612 AC37-00027A 3722-002118 3711-003942 0401-000101 2401-000588 2401-000588 2401-001915 2401-001492 2401-001492 0403-000718 0403-000718 0403-000718

Description ; Specification C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x5,2.5 C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x5,2.5 C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;2.7nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP, C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;12nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012,C-CER,CHIP;0.15NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.027NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-AL;2.2uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;2.2uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP, C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,10V,Y5V,-,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-CER,CHIP;0.018NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.018NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.027NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.022nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,10V,Y5V,-,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.1NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.082nF,5%,50V,NP0,1608 C-AL;33uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x5,2.5mm C-CER,CHIP;15nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;0.027NF,5%,50V,SL,TP C-CER,CHIP;0.027NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;0.027NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;68pF,5%,50V,SL,TP,3. DIODE-RECTIFIER;SF24G,200V,2A,DO-15,TP C-AL;1000uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,10x12.5,5 CONNECTOR-HEADER;NOWALL,12P,1R,2.5mm,STR CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,30P,2R,2mm,STRAIGHT CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,30P,2R,2mm,STRAIGHT CONNECTOR-HEADER;20045WS,X-11,T8.5,W17.4 JACK-IEEE1394;4P,NI,BLK,ANGLE,IEEE1394 CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,2P,1R,2mm,STRAIGHT, DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,2.5 C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,-,5x7mm,2.5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,-,5x7mm,2.5 DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO

Remark

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No ESD04 ESD05 ESD06 ESD07 ESD08 FC10 FC12 FC6 FD2 FD3 FD4 FD6 FD7 FE4 FE5 FIC5 FIC5 FL1 FL4 FR24 FR25 IC201 IC203 IC4M01 IC601 IC601 IC603 L1 L331 P77C4 PE4 POR01 POR02 PR10 Q1 Q2 Q4M01 Q4M02 Q4M03 R1 R4M02 R4M04 R4M05 R4M06 R4M07 R4M08 R4M09 R4M10 R4M11 R4M12 R4M13 R611 R621 R622 R623 R624 R633 R634 R638 R639 R651 R652 R653 R654 R656 R666

Part No 0403-000718 0403-000718 0403-000718 0403-000718 0403-000718 2203-000257 2203-005148 2401-000240 0407-000114 0402-000165 0401-000101 0402-000165 0402-000165 2401-003936 2401-000199 AC14-12006C AC14-12009W 2703-000398 2701-000114 2007-000100 2007-000503 0801-001270 0801-001270 1204-002337 AC09-00475A AC09-00566A 1103-001149 2701-000002 2701-000114 2202-002037 2401-002165 2007-000080 2001-000591 2007-000070 0501-000362 0501-000362 0501-000398 0501-000398 0501-000398 2007-000450 2007-000084 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000090 2007-000084 2007-000124 2007-000084 2007-000965 2007-000081 2007-000124 2007-000123 2001-000281 2001-000780 2001-000780 2001-000734 2001-000734 2007-000106 2007-000070 2007-000082 2007-000081 2001-000429 2007-000090 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000090 2007-000074

Description ; Specification DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ6.8B,6.52-6.79V,500MW,DO C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;100uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,5x11,5 DIODE-ARRAY;DAN202K,80V,100mA,CA2-3,SOTDIODE-RECTIFIER;1N5819,40V,1A,DO-41,TP DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N5819,40V,1A,DO-41,TP DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N5819,40V,1A,DO-41,TP C-AL;100uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3x5mm,2. C-AL;1000uF,20%,6.3V,GP,TP,10x12.5, IC;KA7533,DIP,IC-RESET;PST572K,TO-92,R59-1766 INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225 INDUCTOR-AXIAL;10UH,10%,2534 R-CHIP;68Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2.2ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 IC-CMOS LOGIC;4052,MUX/DEMUX,SOP,16,150M IC-CMOS LOGIC;4052,MUX/DEMUX,SOP,16,150M IC-DECODER;LA72700V,SSOP,36P,275MIL,PLAS IC MICOM;MN101DF10G,-,100PIN,5V,14. IC MICOM;MN101D10G-BC1,DVD-R120,100 IC-EEPROM;KS24C041C,512X8BIT,DIP,8P,9.2X INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100UH,10%,4298 INDUCTOR-AXIAL;10UH,10%,2534 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;3.3KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1000MW,TO TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1000MW,TO TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T R-CHIP;180ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;5.1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1.5Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;470OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;470OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CHIP;220Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;2.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608

Remark

Loc.No R667 R668 R670 R672 R673 R674 R676 R677 R678 R680 R6A01 R6A03 R6A04 R6A10 SW711 TC11 TC20 TC74 TE31 TE32 TE33 TE8 TIC2 TL5 TM1 TR23 TR4 TR5 VC1 VC14 VC15A VC16 VC17 VC5 VC6 VC7 VDR1 VDR2 VDR3 VDR4 VDR5 VDR6 VE1 VE10 VE11 VE4 VE5 VE6 VE7 VIC1 VL6 VR30 VR31 VR32 VR33 VR34 VR35 VR36 VR40 VR51 VR60 VZ1 VZ10 VZ11 VZ12 VZ2

Part No 2007-000074 2001-000429 2001-000281 2007-000090 2007-000078 2007-000078 2007-000078 2001-000429 2001-000281 2007-000081 2001-000290 2001-000281 2001-000429 2001-000290 3404-001182 2203-005148 2203-005148 2203-005148 2401-000909 2401-003936 2401-001492 2401-001840 1201-001063 2701-000002 AK40-00020A 2007-001167 2007-000121 2007-000121 2202-002037 2202-002037 2202-002037 2202-002037 2203-005148 2202-002037 2202-002037 2203-005148 2007-000040 2007-000040 2007-000040 2007-000040 2007-000040 2007-000040 2401-002165 2401-001479 2401-001492 2401-001479 2401-001479 2401-001479 2401-001479 1201-002085 2703-000398 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-001167 2007-000070 2007-001167 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083

Description ; Specification R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CHIP;2.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM SWITCH-TACT;DC12V,50MA,100GF,6.0X6.0X5.0 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x5,2.5 C-AL;100uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3x5mm,2. C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,-,5x7mm,2.5 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5 IC-OP AMP;2267,SOP,8P,300MIL,DUAL,6.7dB, INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100UH,10%,4298 TM BLOCK;TCSN9082PA26A,NTSC,181CH,-,25d R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;820ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;820ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;150ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,-,5x7mm,2.5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,6.3*11mm,5 IC-VIDEO AMP;MM1623XFBE,SOP-28D,28P,17.7 INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD

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DVD-R120/AFS Only DVD-R120/XAA Only

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No VZ3 VZ4 VZ5 VZ6 VZ7 VZ8 VZ9 XT4M01 XT601 XT602 ZD1

Part No 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 0403-001083 2801-003399 2801-001384 2801-003318 0403-000720

Description ; Specification DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD DIODE-ZENER;UDZ9.1B,8.85-9.23V,200MW,UMD CRYSTAL-UNIT;3.579545MHz,15ppm,28-AAA,S, CRYSTAL-UNIT;14.31818MHz,30ppm,28-AAA,16 CRYSTAL-UNIT;32.768KHz,20ppm,28-AAP,12.5 DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ9.1B,8.57-9.01V,500MW,DO

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Loc.No PFRD2 PFRD3 PFRD4 PFRF1 PFRF2 PFRZ1 PFRZ2 PFZZ1 PLRU1 PLRZ1 PPCD1 PPCD2 PPCD3 PPCD4 PPCD5 PPCF1 PPCF2 PPCF3 PPCF4 PPCF5 PPCF6 PPCI1 PPCI2 PPCI3 PPCO1 PPCO2 PPDD1 PPDD2 PPDD3 PPDF1 PPDF3 PPDI1 PPDO1 PPIF1 PPIF2 PPIF3 PPII1 PPII2 PPLD1 PPLF1 PPQD1 PPRD1 PPRD2 PPRF1 PPRO1 PPZO1 PQIZ1 PQQX1 PQTZ1 PRCU1 PRCU1 PRRI1 PSCX1 PSCZ2 PSDZ1 PSRZ1 PSRZ2 PVCL1 PVDL1 PVRL1 PVRL2 PVRL3 PVRL4 PVZL1 Q701 R701

Part No 2001-000003 2001-000904 2004-000459 2001-000780 2001-000221 2001-000527 2001-000734 0403-001318 2006-000262 2003-002197 2401-003480 2401-001353 2401-002144 2401-003480 2401-003480 2401-003480 2401-001353 2401-002144 2401-002144 2401-002144 2401-001840 2401-001126 2401-003139 2401-000302 2401-000392 2401-000360 0404-001225 0402-001643 0404-001225 0402-001643 0402-000127 0402-001624 0402-000012 1203-001006 1203-001589 1203-001589 AC14-12006N 1203-002183 AH27-00039A AH27-00039A 0505-001565 2003-000148 2003-000148 2001-000429 2001-000042 0403-000390 1203-002805 0505-001729 AC26-00014B 2401-003024 2401-003030 2001-000515 2305-001029 2201-000129 0402-000012 2006-000273 2006-000273 2401-002608 0402-001195 2001-000546 2001-000546 2001-000546 2001-000666 0403-000713 0501-000398 2001-000837

Description ; Specification R-CARBON;330ohm,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2mm R-CARBON;620OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-METAL;2.2Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2m R-CARBON;470OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M R-CARBON;22OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ4.3B,4.17-4.43V,500MW,DO R-CEMENT;2.7ohm,10%,2W,CB,TP,7.5x11x20. R-METAL OXIDE;0.47ohm,5%,2W,AF,TP,3.9x10 C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5 C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5 C-AL;330uF,20%,25V,WT,TP,10x12.5,5 C-AL;1000uF,20%,25V,WT,TP,10*20,5mm C-AL;100uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5 C-AL;10uF,20%,100V,WT,TP,6.3x11,2.5 C-AL;100uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5 DIODE-SCHOTTKY;SRAF560,60V,5000mA,ITO-22 DIODE-RECTIFIER;MBRF10A0,100V,10A,ITO-22 DIODE-SCHOTTKY;SRAF560,60V,5000mA,ITO-22 DIODE-RECTIFIER;MBRF10A0,100V,10A,ITO-22 DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP DIODE-RECTIFIER;SF26,400V,2A,DO-15,TP DIODE-RECTIFIER;UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;78R05,TO-220F,4P,-,PL IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;278R05,TO-220F,4P,-,P IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;278R05,TO-220F,4P,-,P IC-VOLT REGU;KA78R12,SIP,STICK IC-SWITCH VOL. REG.;278R12,TO-220F-4L,4P COIL CHOKE;DR CHOKE(8*6),DVD-R2000,22uH, COIL CHOKE;DR CHOKE(8*6),DVD-R2000,22uH, FET-SILICON;GFP50N03,N,30V,50A,20MOHM,62 R-METAL OXIDE;100ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm R-METAL OXIDE;100ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM DIODE-ZENER;UZP33B,31.4-34.6V,1000MW,DOIC-PWM CONTROLLER;ICE2BS01,PDIP,8P,9.52X FET-SILICON;SPA04N60C3,N,600V,4.5A,0.85O TRANS SWITCHING;EER-3534,DVD-R250,-,FREE C-AL;220uF,20%,200V,WT,BK,22x35,10 C-AL;220uF,20%,450V,GP,BK,30x35,10 R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM C-FILM,LEAD-PEF;10nF,10%,630V,TP,12x9x12 C-CERAMIC,DISC;0.1NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,TP,7X4M DIODE-RECTIFIER;UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP R-CEMENT;27KOHM,5%,2W,CA,BK,6.4X6.5X18M R-CEMENT;27KOHM,5%,2W,CA,BK,6.4X6.5X18M C-AL;33uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,5x11,5 DIODE-RECTIFIER;F1T4,400V,1A,DO-204AC,TP R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M R-CARBON;270KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M R-CARBON;33OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ20B,18.63-17.7V,500MW,DO TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T R-CARBON;51KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM

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P003 C701 C702 C703 C707A C708 C7A1 C7A2 D701 D702 D703 D704 D705 D706 DT701 IC701 J701 J703 J704 J705 JPS50 KRMC1A L701 L702 PACT1 PACT2 PADT1 PAFT1 PALT1 PALT2 PART1 PAVV1 PAWT1 PBBU1 PBCU1 PBCU2 PBCU3 PBIZ1 PCCD1 PCN1 PCNS5 PDCZ1 PDDZ1 PDRZ1 PDRZ2 PDRZ3 PFCD1 PFCZ1 PFCZ2 PFID1 PFRD1

AK94-00053A AK94-00053B 2401-003480 2203-000257 2202-000797 2203-000440 2401-003480 2203-005171 2203-005171 0401-000101 0401-000101 0401-000101 0401-000101 0401-000101 0401-000101 AK07-00034A 1003-001561 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2007-000070 2001-000034 0609-001225 2701-000002 2701-000002 2301-001719 2301-001719 0402-000550 3601-000244 AC29-30050B AC29-00002A 2002-000121 1405-000186 3711-000203 3301-000297 2201-002044 2201-000963 2201-000987 0604-001028 2401-001730 3710-002036 3711-004379 2401-000598 0401-000101 2001-000281 2001-000598 2001-000449 2307-000103 2307-000104 2401-003122 AC14-12006D 2001-000429

ASSY SORT-SMPS F/T;DVD-R120/XAA,K2 R DVD-R120/XAA Only ASSY PCB-SMPS;DVD-R120/XAX,SMPS PCB DVD-R120/AFS Only C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP, C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,C-AL;1000UF,20%,10V,LZ,TP,10X16MM,5 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X7R,-,2012 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X7R,-,2012 DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T LED DISPLAY-OVAL TYPE;BCD-9032B,DVD-R120 IC-LED DRIVER;PT6961,SOP,32P,300MIL,-,40 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM MODULE REMOCON;VERTICAL,3.6mm,TR INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100UH,10%,4298 INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100UH,10%,4298 C-FILM,LEAD;100nF,10%,275V,TP,17.5*6*12m C-FILM,LEAD;100nF,10%,275V,TP,17.5*6*12m DIODE-BRIDGE;D2SBA60,600V,1.5A,FUSE-CARTRIDGE;250V,2A,SLOW-BLOW,GLASS,5 FILTER LINE NOISE;-,400uH,-,AC250V,TR12. FILTER LINE NOISE;-,30mH,-,-,BLF-2116 R-COMPOSITION;1Mohm,10%,1/2W,AA,TP,3.5x9 VARISTOR;470V,2500A,17.5x7.5mm,TP CONNECTOR-HEADER;1WALL,2P,1R,7.92MM,STRA BEAD-AXIAL;25ohm,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,,TP,,, C-CERAMIC,DISC;0.1NF,10%,400V,Y5P,TP,8.5 C-CERAMIC,DISC;1NF,20%,400V,Y5U,TP,9.5X6 C-CERAMIC,DISC;2.2NF,20%,400V,Y5U,BK,12. PHOTO-COUPLER;TR,50-600%,250mW,DIP-4,ST C-AL;10UF,20%,50V,GP,TP,5X11,5 CONNECTOR-SOCKET;12P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGHT,S CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,4P,1R,2MM,STRAIGHT, C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5 DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150MA,DO-35,T R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;3.3OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M C-FILM,LEAD-PCF;100nF,5%,50V,TP,-,5mm C-FILM,LEAD-PCF;10nF,5%,50V,TP,-,5mm C-AL;4.7uF,20%,50V,LL,TP,5X7,5 IC;KA431Z,TO-92,TAPING R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM

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Electrical Parts List

Loc.No R702 R703 R704 R705 R706 R711A R7K1 R7K2 R7K3 SW701A SW702A SW703A SW704A SW705A SW706A SW707A SW708A SW709A

Part No 2001-000429 2001-000429 2001-000429 2001-000429 2001-000857 2001-000290 2001-000008 2007-000092 2001-000008 3404-001261 3404-001251 3404-001251 3404-001261 3404-001261 3404-001261 3404-001261 3404-001261 3404-001261

Description ; Specification R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;560OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CARBON;15KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM R-CHIP;15Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 R-CARBON;15KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;12V DC,50mA,160gf,6.35*7*18, SWITCH-TACT;12V DC,50mA,160gf,6.35*7*18, SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1 SWITCH-TACT;15V DC,20mA,100gf,7.4X7.95X1

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Part No

Description ; Specification

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8. Block Diagram
8-1 All Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-2 DIC1(DMN8602) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-3 AIC1(PCM1742) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-4 AIC9(PCM1802) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-5 PIC(TSB4AB1) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-6 TIC1(TW9906) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-7 IC4N01(MSP3407G) Block Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6 8-7 8-8

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8-1

Block Diagram

8-1 All Block Diagram


DVD-RAM DRIVE (4.7GB)
AUDIO VIDEO

DIC3(Main) FLASH

U23, U24 (Main) DDR-SDRAM

RF

TM1(JACK) TM BLOCK

ATAPI

CVBS from Tuner Component (480i / 480P) IC201 (JACK) CVBS1 S-VIDEO1 CVBS2 Y PB

TIC1(Main) Video Decoder DIC1 (Main) MPEG-2 A/V CODEC

PR S-VIDEO VIDEO L1 L2

L/R from Tuner L1 R1 L2 R2

IC203 (JACK) AIC9(Main) Audio A/D

AIC1(Main) Audio D/A

R1 R2

IC601 (JACK) Front Micom

COAXIAL IEC-958 OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT

PIC1 (Main) IEEE1394PHY 1394 JACK

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Block Diagram

8-2 DIC1(DMN8602) Block Diagram

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8-3

Block Diagram

8-3 AIC1(PCM1742) Block Diagram

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Block Diagram

8-4 AIC9(PCM1802) Block Diagram

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8-5

Block Diagram

8-5 PIC(TSB4AB1) Block Diagram

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Block Diagram

8-6 TIC1(TW9906) Block Diagram

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8-7

Block Diagram

8-7 IC4N01(MSP3407G) Block Diagram

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Wiring Diagram

9. Wiring Diagram

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Wiring Diagram

MEMO

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10. PCB Diagrams


10-1 S.M.P.S. PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10-2 Main PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10-3 Jack PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10-2 10-4 10-6

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10-1 S.M.P.S. PCB


COMPONENT SIDE

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CONDUCTOR SIDE

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10-2 Main PCB


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10-3 Jack PCB


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11 Schematic Diagrams
11-1 S.M.P.S. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-2 DVD Main Connector - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-3 DVD DDR -------------------------------------------11-2 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 11-7 11-8 11-9 11-10 11-11 11-12

11-4 DVD DV - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-5 DVD A/V Codec - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-6 DVD Audio In/Out- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-7 DVD Video Decoder - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-8 MICOM- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-9 A/V Input - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-10 A/V Output- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-11 TM Block - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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11-1 S.M.P.S.

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11-2 DVD Main Connector


Power Video Audio

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11-7 DVD Video Decoder


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11-8 MICOM

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11-9 A/V Input

Video S-Video Y S-Video C Auder R Auder L

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Audio L Audio R Video S- Video Y S- Video C Component y Component Cb Component Cr

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12. Operating Instructions

Description
Getting Started

Front panel
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1. POWER Turns the recorder on and off. 2. LINE 2 IN Connect external equipment. 3. DV-IN Connect external digital equipment with a DV jack. (such as a camcorder) 4. DISC TRAY Opens to accept a disc. 5. OPEN/CLOSE Opens and closes the disc tray. 6. DISPLAY Displays the playing status, title/ chapter/ time, etc.

7. SEARCH Goes to the next title/chapter/track, or goes back to the previous title/chapter/track. 8. STOP Stops disc playback. 9. PLAY/PAUSE Plays a disc or pauses playback. 10. P .SCAN Selects the progressive scan. 11. REC Starts recording. 12. CH ( ) Selects TV channels.

Front Panel Display

1. Lights when a disc is loaded. 2. Lights in the record mode. 3. Lights to indicate the timer record mode.

4. Lights when a -R/RW/RAM disc is loaded. 5. Displays the messages. 6. Lights in the progressive scan mode.

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Rear Panel
Getting Started

Fan The fan always revolves when the power is on. Ensure a minimum of 4 clear space on all sides of the fan when installing the product.

1. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT(OPTICAL) Connects to an amplifier having a digital optical audio input jack. 2. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT(COAXIAL) Connects to an amplifier having a digital coaxial audio input jack. 3. LINE AUDIO OUT Connects to the audio input of external equipment using audio cables. 4. LINE VIDEO OUT(good video quality) Connects the input of external equipment using a Video cable. 5. LINE S-VIDEO OUT(better video quality) Connects the input of external equipment using an S-Video cable.

6. COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(best video quality) Connects to equipment having Component video input jacks. 7. LINE 1 AUDIO IN Connects the output of external equipment using an audio cables 8. LINE 1 VIDEO IN Connects the output of external equipment using a video cable. 9. LINE 1 S- VIDEO IN Connects the output of external equipment using an S-Video cable. 10. ANT IN/ANT OUT (TO TV) Connects antenna cables.

NOTE

The Antenna connection does not pass audio/video signals. To watch a DVD on your TV you must connect audio/video , cables.

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Tour of the Remote Control


Getting Started

10. MENU Button Brings up the DVD recorders setup menu. 11. ENTER/DIRECTION Buttons (UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT Buttons) This button functions as a toggle switch. 12. REC MODE Button This will display the recording status. 13. REC Button Use to make a recording on DVD-RAM/-RW/-R discs. 14. CANCEL Button 15. REPEAT Allows you to repeat a title, chapter, track or disc. 16. OPEN/CLOSE Button To open and close the disc tray. 17. AUDIO/TV MUTE Button Use this to access various audio functions on a disc.(DVD mode) This operates as Sound Mute. (TV mode) 18. TV Button Press this to operate TV. 19. INPUT Button Select line input signal in external input mode (Tuner, Line input or DV INPUT) 20. CHANNEL Button Use this to select a channel. (DVD, TV mode) 21. TITLE LIST/DISC MENU Button Use this to enter the View Recording list/Disc menu. 22. PLAY LIST/TITLE MENU Button Use this to return to the Title menu, or to view the recorded files list. 23. ANYKEY Button Use this to view the status of the disc that is being played. 24. SUBTITLE Button Press this to switch the DVDs subtitle language. 25. RETURN Button Returns to a previous menu. 26. MARKER Button/TIMER Button Use this to bookmark a position while playing a disc. Press to directly enter the Timer Recording Mode menu. 27. INFO Button This will display current settings or disc status.

1. POWER Button 2. Number Buttons 3. 100+ /CM SKIP Button Press this to select channel 100 or higher. When a program recorded on a DVD-RAM, a DVD-RW, a DVD-R or DVD-Video is played, the unit can be set to automatically skip a portion of the program. 4. DVD Button Press this when you use a DVD. 5. TV VOL Button TV volume adjustment. 6. Reverse/Forward Skip Buttons Press to skip a disc backwards or forwards. These buttons also function as STEP buttons. Each press will play one-frame forward or reverse (see page 44). 7. Reverse/Forward Search Buttons Press to search a disc backwards or forwards. 8. Stop Button Press to stop a disc. 9. Play/Pause Button Press to play/pause a disc.

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Quick Overview

Connecting & Setting UP

Connecting & Setting Up


This section involves various methods of connecting the DVD player to other external components and required initial setting modes.

A Quick Overview presented in this guide will give you enough information to start using the recorder.

Step 1 : Unpacking Step 2 : Connecting the Antenna Cable Step 3 : Connecting the Video Cable Step 4 : Connecting the Audio Cable Step 5 : Connecting external devices Step 6 : Connecting the Power Cord Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control Step 8 : Initial Setup

Quick Overview .....................................................14 Step 1 : Unpacking.................................................15 Step 2 : Connecting the Antenna cable ..............15 Step 3 : Connecting the Video cable.....................16 Step 4 : Connecting the Audio cable ....................18 Step 5 : Connecting external devices....................19 Step 6 : Connecting the Power cord.....................20 Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control.................21 Step 8 : Initial Setup...............................................22

Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call CATV system installers attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electrical Code (Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part I), that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

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Step 1: Unpacking

Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV : No Cable box


You can record non-scrambled channels by selecting the channel on the DVD Recorder. Also use this Method if you watch channels without cable box.

Accessories
Check for the supplied accessories below. Video/Audio Cable (AC39-42001R) RF Cable for TV (AC39-42001J) Remote Control (AK59-00012H) Batteries for Remote Control (AAA Size) (4301-001035) Users Manual (AK68-00683A) Quick Guide (AK68-00684A)

Connecting & Setting UP

Step 2: Connecting the Antenna Cable


There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder. Select one of the following antenna connections that best suits you below.

Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV : No Cable box Method 2 : Antenna +Cable box + DVD Recorder + TV : Cable box with many scrambled channels Method 3 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + Cable box +TV : Cable box with a few scrambled channels

Method 2 : Antenna + Cable box + DVD Recorder + TV : Cable box with many scrambled channels
You can record channels by selecting the channel on the cable box. You cannot record one channel while watching another channel. Be sure that the cable box is turned on.

NOTE

If you are using an off-air antenna that has 300-ohm twin flat leads, use an external antenna connector (300-75 ohm adaptor : not supplied) to connect the antenna to the DVD Recorder.

If you have two separate antennas (one VHF and the other UHF), use a UHF/VHF combiner-adaptor (available at most electronics shops) to connect the antenna to the DVD Recorder.

The VHF/UHF RF OUT jack of this product sends only signals received through the antenna. It does not output Audio/ video signals. You must connect audio/video cables to view Video from the unit. (i.e. DVD playback)

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Method 3 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + Cable box + TV : Cable box with a few scrambled channels
You can record non-scrambled channels by selecting the channel on the cable box. You cannot record scrambled channels that require a cable box.

Connecting & Setting UP

Progressive Scan Output (480p) Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. If you experience 480p progressive scan picture problems, it is recommended that the user switch the connection to the standard definition output. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model, please contact our customer service center at 1-800-SAMSUNG. The VHF/UHF RF OUT jack of this product sends only signals received through the antenna. It does not output audio/video signals. You must use one of the following audio/video connections on this unit.

Method 1 : Connecting to a Video input jack


Connect a video(yellow) cable between the VIDEO(yellow) OUT jack on DVD Recorder and VIDEO(yellow) IN jack on the TV (or AV amplifier). You will enjoy regular quality images. Connect audio cables(white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier). (See pages 18 to 19)

Step3 : Connecting the Video cable


There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder. Select one of the following video connecting that best suits you below.

Method 1 : Connecting to a Video input jack Method 2 : Connecting to an S-video input jack Method 3 : Connecting to Component video input jacks

S-Video, Component video and Progressive Output Modes

S-Video and Component video output are available only if your TV supports S-Video input or Component video input, respectively. If S-Video or Component video output does not work, check the TV connections and the TV input selection settings. (For information on how to connect to a TV see page 17.) , Compared to standard interlaced video, progressive scan doubles the amount of video lines fed to your TV resulting in a more stable, flicker-free, and clear , image than interlaced video. The progressive scan video output jack is used in progressive output mode. This is only available with TVs that support progressive scan.

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Method 2 : Connecting to an S-Video input jack


Connect an S-Video cable(not supplied) between the SVIDEO OUT jack on DVD Recorder and S-VIDEO IN jack on your TV (or AV amplifier). You will enjoy high quality images. S-Video separates the picture element into black and white (Y) and color (C) signals to present clearer images than regular video input mode. Connect audio cables(white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier). (See pages 18 to 19)

4. The message Please set your TV to Progressive input, To deactivate, press [STOP] key. will appear. Press the ENTER button. 5. The message Video Output Mode Progressive Scan will appear.

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COMPONENT
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You will enjoy high quality accurate color reproduction images. Component video separates the picture element into black and White(Y), blue(PB), red(PR) signals to present most clear and clean images. Connect audio cables(white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier). (See pages 18 to 19)

Method 3 : Connecting to Component video input jacks(Y,PB,PR)


1. Connect Component video cables(not supplied) between the COMPONENT OUT(Y,PB,PR) jacks on DVD Recorder and COMPONENT IN(Y,PB,PR) jacks on your TV (or AV amplifier). 2. If the TV connected supports Progressive Scan, press the P .SCAN button on the front of the DVD Recorder to enjoy higher quality video. 3. The message Please [Yes] to confirm Progressive scan mode. Otherwise press [No] will appear. Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.

NOTE

Make sure that the color coded connections match. The Y, PB, PR component output jacks of your DVD Recorder must be connected to the exact corresponding component input jacks on your TV.

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Step 4 : Connecting the Audio cable

Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier with analog input jacks


If your stereo amplifier only has AUDIO INPUT jacks(L and R), use the AUDIO OUT jacks.

Connecting & Setting UP

There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder. Select the audio connection that best suits you below.

Method 1 : Connecting to your TV Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier (analog audio out) Method 3 : Connecting to an AV amplifier with a digital input jack

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

DTS and DTS Digital Out are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Method 1 : Connecting to your TV


This connection will use your TVs speakers.

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Method 3: Connecting to an AV amplifier with a digital input jack


If your AV amplifier has a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder and a digital input jack, use this connection. To enjoy Dolby Digital or DTS sound, you will need to set up the audio settings. (See pages 27 to 28)

Step 5 : Connecting external devices


This allows you to connect your DVD Recorder to other external devices and view or record their outputs.

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Method 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB) or DVD player to the AUDIO/VIDEO LINE 1 IN jacks Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the LINE 2 jacks Method 3 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN jack

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Method 1 : Connecting a VCR, SetTop Box(STB) or DVD player to the LINE 1 IN jacks
Connecting a VCR or external device to AUDIO/VIDEO LINE 1 IN jacks of the DVD Recorder. You can record from connected equipment (VCR, STB or DVD).

(Not supplied)

NOTE

You can also use the LINE 2 IN jacks on the front panel of the DVD Recorder. When the S-Video jack and Video jack are both connected, the S-Video jack will have priority. Line Selection will be automatically done. If the input is not selected automatically, use INPUT button to select proper input. Copy protected content cannot be recorded.

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Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the LINE 2 IN jacks


You can also use the LINE 2 IN jacks on the front panel of the DVD Recorder. You can record from connected equipment, such as a camcorder. When an input source is inserted into LINE 2 while viewing TV the input will be switched to LINE 2 , automatically.

Step 6 : Connecting the Power Cord


After all connections are complete, plug the power cord in the wall outlet.

Auto appears in the panel display. This means that the current time is being set automatically (Auto Program) through the antenna under connection and also the channel is being set. The setup may take a few minutes.
When the DVD Recorder operates normally, the current time is automatically set and displayed in the front panel display.

NOTE

After the current time is set automatically, the recorder will perform Auto Channel Memory for about 3 minutes. If power is on, while Auto Channel Memory is in process, Auto Channel Memory will stop. In this case, do Auto Channel Memory from MENU(see page 25).

Method 3 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN jack


If your camcorder has a DV output jack, connect it to the DV input jack of your DVD Recorder.

NOTE

If the input is not selected automatically, use INPUT button to select proper input.

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Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control


Install Batteries in the Remote Control

Controlling TVs with the Remote Control


1. Press and hold the POWER button. 2. Enter a 2-digit code by using the numerical buttons on the remote control.

See Controllable TV Codes


If the code works, your TV set will be turned on or off. If it does not respond, try other codes.

Open the battery cover on the back of the remote. Insert two AAA batteries. Make sure that the polarities (+ and -) are aligned correctly. Replace the battery cover.

Controllable TV Codes
BRAND AIWA ANAM BANG & OLUFSEN BLAUPUNKT BRANDT BRIONVEGA CGE CONTINENTAL EDISON DAEWOO EMERSON FERGUSON FINLUX FORMENTI FUJITSU GRADIENTE GRUNDIG HITACHI IMPERIAL JVC LG LOEWE LOEWE OPTA MAGNAVOX METZ MITSUBISHI MIVAR NEC NEWSAN NOBLEX NOKIA NORDMENDE PANASONIC PHILIPS PHONOLA PIONEER RADIOLA RADIOMARELLI RCA REX SABA SALORA SAMSUNG SANYO SCHNEIDER SELECO BUTTON 82 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 57 71 73 57 52 75 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 64 73 06, 49, 57 57 84 70 49, 52, 71 60, 72, 73, 75 52 61, 79 06, 19, 20, 21, 22, 78 06, 69 06, 57 40 57 06, 48, 62, 65 52, 77 83 68 66 74 72, 73, 75 53, 54, 74, 75 06, 55, 56, 57 06, 56, 57 58, 59, 73, 74 06, 56 57 45, 46 74 57, 72, 73, 74, 75 74 01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,09 41, 42, 43, 44, 48 06 74

If the remote control does not operate properly:


Check Check Check Check

the polarity + - of the batteries (Dry-Cell) if the batteries are drained. if remote sensor is blocked by obstacles. if there is any fluorescent lighting nearby.

Dispose of batteries according to local environmental regulations. Do not put them in the household trash.

Setting the Remote Control


You can control certain functions of another manufacturers TV with this remote control. Control function buttons involve: POWER, Channel Up/Down, Volume Up/Down, Direct Number buttons, TV MUTE, INPUT.

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BRAND SHARP SIEMENS SINGER SINUDYNE SONY TELEAVA TELEFUNKEN THOMSON THOMSON ASIA TOSHIBA WEGA YOKO ZENITH

BUTTON 36, 37, 38, 39, 48 71 57 57 35, 48 73 67, 73, 75, 76 72, 73, 75 80, 81 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 57 06 63

Before Play,
Turn on your TV and switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the DVD Recorder appears on your TV screen. If you connected an external Audio System, turn on your Audio System and select AUX, CD or DVD. The OSD (On-Screen Display) displayed on the screen may vary depending on conditions such as the disc type and whether the disc has been inserted or not.

1. OSD Language Setup


After plugging in the recorder, the first time you press the POWER button, this screen comes up. (This screen will only appear when you plug in the recorder for the first time.)

NOTE

If you replace the remote control's batteries, you must set the brand code again.

1 Press the POWER button. 2 Press a Number button to select the language.

Step 8 : Initial Setup

For ease of use, we recommend that you set up initial settings before using the DVD Recorder.

1. OSD Language Setup 2. Clock Set 3. Channel Set 4. Audio Setup 5. Video Setup
TITL
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DVD TV INPUT

NOTE
OPEN / CLOSE

If the language for the startup screen is not set, the settings may change whenever you turn the power on or off. Therefore, make sure that you select the language you want to use.

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2. Clock Set
This menu is used to set the current time. You need to set the time to use timer recording.

Clock Set 4 Selectthe ENTERusing the buttons, then press or button.


Clock Set menu will be displayed.
No Disc

Clock Set Auto Clock Set Manual Clock Set


Auto Clock Set

Timer Rec. Setup

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1 With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the MENU button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

You must have the antenna connected to set the Auto Clock. See pages 15~16 for Antenna connections(Method 1, 2 and 3).

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Method 1 and 3

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

If you have the Antenna connected via Method 1 or 3 on pages 15-16. The DVD Recorder automatically sets the clock by searching for a channel that carries a time signal and sets your time zone and daylight saving(if applicable).

Auto Clock Set the then or 5 Selectpress the ENTERusing button. buttons, or button. Select On using 6 Press the ENTERthe buttons, then press the ENTER or button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Auto Clock Set Clock Data CH Time Zone Daylight Saving Auto Clock Set Off : On On : Automatic : Automatic : Automatic

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select System using buttons, 3 press the ENTER or thebutton. then


System menu will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6Hours : Off System

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

NOTE

The Menus are slightly different depending on whether a disc is inserted or not. The menus described on the next few pages are with no disc in the unit.

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If your clock is set to the wrong time zone or daylight saving, you can adjust these settings without tuning off the Auto Clock Set function.

Daylight Saving Select Yes, No or Automatic using the buttons then press the ENTER or button. Select Automatic to set the daylight saving automatically

No Disc

Auto Clock Set Auto Clock Set Clock Data CH Time Zone Daylight Saving : On : Automatic : Automatic : Automatic No Yes

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Select the sub menu(Clock Data CH, Time Zone or Daylight Saving) using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.

Timer Rec. Setup

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Auto Clock Set Clock Data CH Time Zone Daylight Saving

Auto Clock Set : On : Automatic : Automatic : Automatic


MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Method 2
MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

If you have the Antenna connected via Method 2 on page 15.

Clock Data CH Select a channel that carries a time signal using the buttons then press the ENTER or button. Select Auto to set the clock data channel automatically.

Manual Clock Set


If your clock cannot be set automatically, set the clock manually.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Select channel :

Clock Data CH

To setup, follow the steps 1 to 4 in page 23.


01

Clock Set using buttons, then or 5 Select Manualpress the ENTERthe button.
MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

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Clock Set Auto Clock Set Manual Clock Set


Time Zone Select the time zone of your area using the buttons then press the ENTER or button. Select Automatic to set the time zone automatically.

Timer Rec. Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Timer Rec. Setup Auto Clock Set Clock Data CH Time Zone Daylight Saving

Auto Clock Set Automatic Atlantic Eastern Central Mountain Pacific Alaska Hawaii

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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the buttons to select 6 UsingtheDate andbutton. Time, andthe Current Current then press ENTER
When the current time is stored in memory and then the set is powered off, the current time will appear in the front panel display.

3. Channel Set
Auto Channel Memory
You can set the Antenna/Cable TV settings automatically.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Date (mm/dd/yy) 01 / 01 / 2005

Manual Clock Set

1 With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the MENU button.
Connecting & Setting UP
No Disc
Timer Record Timer Record Scheduled Record List

Time 12 : 00 AM Timer Rec. Setup

SAT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

: Sets the value You can set the value using the number (0~9) buttons. : Moves to items

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Setup

NOTE

If any of number buttons on the remote control do not operate, press the DVD button and try again.
MOVE

Parental Control

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select System using buttons, 3 press the ENTER or thebutton. then


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Channel set using buttons, 4 Selectpress the ENTER orthebutton. then


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Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6Hours : Off System

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select 5 ENTERAntenna/Cable TV(Signal Source) using the buttons, then press the or button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Antenna/Cable TV Auto Channel Memory Channel Add/Delete Channel Set : Cable TV

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Select the item that matches the antenna connection you selected on pages 15~16(Method 1, 2 and 3).

Manual Channel Set

Methods 1 and 3
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 5 in page 25.

Manual Channel Set can be used after you have first selected Auto Channel Memory. Use the Manual Channel Setting to delete unnecessary channels after using the Auto Channel Memory.

Connecting & Setting UP

Select Antenna using 6 press the ENTER or the buttons, then button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Antenna/Cable TV Auto Channel Memory Channel Add/Delete Channel Set : Cable TV Antenna Cable TV

press the MENU button. 1 With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

Method 2
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 5 in page 25.

Setup using press button. 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then


No Disc
Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control

Select Antenna or Cable TV(depending on the hookup you chose) using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Antenna/Cable TV Auto Channel Memory Channel Add/Delete Channel Set : Cable TV Antenna Cable TV

Timer Rec. Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select System using buttons, 3 press the ENTER or thebutton. then


No Disc
Timer Rec. System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

Select Auto Channel Memory using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.
Auto Channel Memory will be displayed.

Setup

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup

Auto Channel Memory Total channel numbers: Saved channel : 05 06/125

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

5% Scanning... Stop

Channel set using buttons, 4 Selectpress the ENTER orthebutton. then


No Disc
System Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6Hours : Off

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Timer Rec. Setup

NOTE

Press the RETURN or ENTER button to stop Auto Channel Memory.


MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

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Add/Delete using 5 Select Channelpress the ENTER orthe button. buttons, then
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Antenna/Cable TV Auto Channel Memory Channel Add/Delete Channel Set : Cable TV

4. Setting Up the Audio Options


You can connect the DVD-R120 to an external amp or Home Theater. Allows you to setup the audio device and sound status settings depending on the audio system in use.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Disc mode, 1 With the unit in Stop mode/No remote press the MENU button on the control.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

Connecting & Setting UP

Use the or number buttons to select the channels you want to add or delete on the [Select channel] screen. Then, press the ENTER button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Select channel : 02 Channel Add/Delete

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Add

Delete

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


EXIT

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.

Using buttons for channel selection allows the user to add/delete one channel at a time. Using CH buttons for channel selection jumps to the next channel memorized in Auto Channel Memory.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control

Setup

Select Add or Delete using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

The message 'Channel is added.' or 'Channel is deleted.' will be displayed in the center of the screen. Continue to add or delete as many channels as you want to memorize or delete. This can be used to add channels not stored automatically due to weak signal strength. Press the RETURN button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.

Select Audio using 3 press the ENTER orthe buttons, then button.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

sub menu(Digital Output, DTS Dynamic Compression) using 4 Select thethen press the ENTERthe or buttons, or button.
Select the item that matches the audio connection you selected on pages 18~19(Method 1, 2 and 3).

Dynamic Compression This is only active when a Dolby Digital signal is detected.

On : When Movie soundtracks are played at low volume or from smaller speakers, the system can apply appropriate compression to make low-level content more intelligible and prevent dramatic passages from getting too loud. Off : You can enjoy the movie with standard Dynamic Range.

Connecting & Setting UP

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Digital Output DTS : PCM : Off

Audio

Dynamic Compression : On

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Digital Output DTS : PCM : Off

Audio

Dynamic Compression : Off On MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Digital Output

PCM : Converts to PCM(2CH) 48kHz audio. Select PCM if your amplifier system is stereo and/or Dolby Prologic. Bitstream : Outputs bitstream (original format) such as Dolby or DTS. Select bitstream if your amplifier system has multi channel digital audio surround decoding (Dolby Digital and/or DTS).
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Digital Output DTS : PCM PCM : Off Bitstream Audio

buttons select 5 Use the Bitstream,toDTS-Off,the desired item(PCM, DTS-On, Dynamic Compression-Off or Dynamic Compression-On). Then press the ENTER or button.

Dynamic Compression : On

NOTE
MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

Press the RETURN or button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.

DTS

Off : Doesnt output DTS bitstream (original format). On : Outputs DTS bitstream. (via Digital output) Select DTS when connecting to a digital amp with DTS decoder. When DTS soundtrack is played, sound is not output from Analog Audio Output.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Digital Output DTS : PCM : Off

Audio

On Dynamic Compression : Off

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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5. Setting Up the TV Aspect


This allows you to set up the TV screen settings.

to select desired 5 Use theThen buttons4:3ENTERthe button. item(4:3 Letter Box, Pan-Scan or 16:9 Wide). press the or
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Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction Video : 16:9LetterBox 4:3 Wide : 4:3 Pan-Scan Darker : 16:9IRE 7.5 Wide : Off : Auto Dim

press the MENU button. 1 With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

Front Display

Connecting & Setting UP

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

If you have a 4:3 standard TV 4:3 Letter Box : Select when you want to see the total 16:9 ratio screen DVD supplies, even though you have a TV with a 4:3 ratio screen. Black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the screen. 4:3 Pan-Scan : Select this for a conventional size TV when you want to see the central portion of the 16:9 screen. (Extreme left and right side of movie picture will be cut off.) If you have a wide screen TV or 4:3 standard TV with a wide-screen mode 16:9 Wide : You can view the full 16:9 picture on your widescreen TV.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select Video using button. 3 press the ENTER orthe buttons, then

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control

Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

the 4 SelectpressTV Aspect usingthe buttons, then the ENTER or button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction Front Display : 16:9 Wide : Darker : 7.5 IRE : Off : Auto Dim Video

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Before Recording

Recording
This section shows various DVD recording methods.

This unit can record on various types of discs. Before recording, read the following instructions and select the disc type according to your preference.

Recordable discs
This recorder can record on the following discs.

DVD-RAM

DVD-RW

DVD-R

Recording

DVD-RWs and DVD-RAMs are rewritable. DVD-Rs are non-rewritable

Compatibility between Samsung Recorder and Other Companys Recorder


Disc Types DVD-RAM Recording format VR Mode Recording Device Samsung Other Company Samsung VR Mode Other Company DVD-RW Samsung V Mode Other Company Samsung DVD-R V Mode Other Company Finalizing X X finalized not finalized finalized not finalized finalized not finalized finalized not finalized finalized not finalized finalized not finalized Additional Recording in Samsung Recorder Recordable Recordable Not recordable Recordable Not recordable Recordable Not recordable Recordable Not recordable Not recordable Not recordable Recordable Not recordable Not recordable

NOTE

Finalize - This closes the DVD-R/RW so no additional recording can be done. Unfinalize - This allows additional recording on a DVD-RW disc originally recorded on the DVD-R120. - A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded by DAO in a PC cannot be unfinalized. - A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded in Video Mode of a different makers recorder cannot be unfinalized. - A DVD-R disc cannot be unfinalized.

Before Recording ....................................................30 Recording the current TV program you are watching ....................................................32 Recording from external equipment.....................34 Copying from a Camcorder...................................35 Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)...............36
Setting a Timer Recording .....................................37 Flexible Recording (only for Timer recording) .......38 Editing the Scheduled Record List .......................38 Deleting the Scheduled Record List .....................39 Recording the Scheduled Record List .......................40

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Operating Instructions

Recording Formats
Since available functions differ depending on the disc type, select a disc that best fits your preferences; When you insert an unused disc, the following message appears DVD-RAM: Use after formatting the disc.

Mode

Characteristic

Recording Times Data Rates Approx. 1 hour about 8 Mbps Approx. 2 hours about 4 Mbps Approx. 4 hours about 2 Mbps Approx. 6 hours/ about 1.2 Mbps Approx. 8 hours/ about 0.8 Mbps

XP Select when the (high quality mode) video quality is important. SP Select to record in (standard quality mode) standard quality.

Unformatted Disc Do you want to format this disc? Yes No

Select when a long LP recording time is (long recording mode) required. EP (extended mode) Select when a longer recording time is required.

DVD-RW: When a blank disc is first inserted, the message Do you want to initialize this disc? will appear. When Yes is selected, the disc will be formatted in VR Mode.

FR for timer recording only Approx 60 to 480 Min (Flexible Recording) see page 38. Approx 0.8 to 8Mbps

Unrecordable video
Uninitialized Disc Do you want to initialize this disc? Yes No

Video with copy protection cannot be recorded on this DVD Recorder. When the DVD Recorder receives a copy guard signal while recording, recording stops and the following message appears on the screen.

Recording

If you want to format in either VR Mode or Video Mode, refer to Formatting a Disc on page 80.
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected Disc Manager

You cannot record copy protected movie.

Disc Format Disc manager Choose the recording format fot DVD-RW. Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. DVD-VR DVD-V Setup

Concerning Copy Control Signals


TV broadcasts that contain copy control signals may have one of the following three signal types, COPY-Free, Copy-Once and Copy-Never. If you want to record a copy-once type program, use DVD-RW with CPRM in VR Mode and DVD-RAM. Media DVD-RW(Ver.1.1) DVD-RW(Ver.1.1) with CPRM VR mode Video mode DVD-R DVD-RAM(Ver.2.0) O O O O O* O* Signal type

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

DVD-R: Formatting DVD is unnecessary and only Video Mode Recording is supported

Copy-Free O

Copy-Once -

Copy-Never -

DVD-RW(Video mode)/-R

Chapters will be created automatically when you finalize recording on DVD-R / DVD-RW discs in Video mode with the Chapter Creator has been set to On. The chapters length (interval between chapters) varies according to the recording mode. Simple editing (erasing titles/changing title name)

DVD-RW(VR mode)/-RAM

Once Copy Once has been recorded, recording cannot be done anymore. - Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM) CPRM is a mechanism that ties a recording to the media on which it is recorded. It is supported by some DVD recorders, but not by many DVD players. Each blank recordable DVD has a unique 64-bit media ID etched in the BCA. When protected content is recorded onto the disc, it can be encrypted with a 56-bit C2 (Cryptomeria) cipher derived from the media ID. During playback, the ID is read from the BCA and used to generate a key to decrypt the contents of the disc. If the contents of the disc are copied to other media, the ID will be absent or wrong and the data will not be decryptable.

This mode allows multiple editing functions (such as deletion of the whole title, partial deletion of a title, etc.) Various editing options using a created Playlist

Recording Mode
Select one of four recording modes by pressing the REC MODE button repeatedly while the unit is in Stop mode for the desired recording time and picture quality. In general, picture quality improves as the recording time decreases. In FR Mode, picture quality is adjusted automatically so that all images for the scheduled time can be recorded onto the free disc space.

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OPEN / CLOSE

Operating Instructions

DVD

TV

INPUT

About INFO Key


TITL
E L IS T
PLAY L IST

ME

NU
DIS

C ME

NU TITLE ME NU

AN Y

Recording the current TV program you are watching

The INFO function allows you to view the current status and progress of playback and recording. Depending on the disc type and status, the displayed screen may be different.

Recording

Checking the available disc space (Disc Information)


When recording on an used disc, make sure that there is enough disc space for recording. With DVD-RWs or DVD-RAMs, you can free up disc space by erasing titles.

Press the INFO button. The disc information display window appears. Items in the display differ depending on the disc type or recording format.
! # $ % ^ DVD-RAM(VR) Disc Name Total Title Total Playlist Recordable Time Protection Screen JAN 01 2005 SAT Disc Info Disc 11 None 01:48 SP Not Protected CH 12 [Mono] 12:00 AM & @

ME

KE

Before you start


Check that the disc has enough available space for the recording. Adjust the recording picture quality mode (see page 31).
OPEN / CLOSE

DVD

TV

INPUT

TITL

E L IS T

PLAY L IST

NU
DIS

C ME

NU TITLE ME NU

AN Y

recordable disc on the disc tray. 1 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a the disc 2 Presstray. OPEN/CLOSE button to close the

! @ # $ % ^

Disc Type Current information display status Disc Name Total Titles : Total number of titles Total Playlist : Total number of Playlists Recordable Time : The longest continuous recording time in each of the recording modes(approximate) & Date : Current date and time

Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel display. DVD-RAM If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, you will be prompted to format first. Make your selection using the buttons , then press ENTER.(See page 31)

KE

Unformatted Disc Do you want to format this disc? Yes No

DVD-RW If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, you will be prompted to initialize first. Make your selection using the buttons, then press ENTER.(See page 31)

Uninitialized Disc Do you want to initialize this disc? Yes No

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Operating Instructions

the CH ( / or number ( buttons to select 3 Press to record. the)current program~you) want REC MODE button repeatedly, (or 4 Press thebutton) to select the recordingpress press the REC MODE button and then the speed(quality).

To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording in progress. When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the message Updating the information of disc. Please wait for a moment is displayed.

SP LP EP XP
NOTE

You can not change the recording mode and the channel while recording. Recording will stop automatically if there is no free space left for recording. Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a disc. Recording will stop automatically if a copy protected image is selected. If you are using a Cable Box(no antenna), you cannot watch a different cable TV program from the one you're recording. DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be formatted before starting to record. Most new discs are sold unformatted. Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this unit.

Record Mode SP (02:12)

Recording

5 Press the REC button.


Recording : CH 7 [Mono]

Information concerning the channel is displayed on the screen and then recording begins. Icon( ) is displayed on the front panel.

To view the current status of the disc and progress of recording : Press the INFO button, and the information about the disc will appear.
DVD-RAM(VR) Disc Name Total Title Total Playlist Recordable Time Protection Screen APR 24 2005 SUN Disc Info 15 2 02:00 SP Not Protected Recording CH 7 [Mon] 12:00 AM

Press the INFO button once again to view information about the recording.

DVD-RAM(VR) Name

Recording Info APR/04/2005 12:00 AM CH7 Recording Title 15 Created Time APR/04/2005 12:00 AM Recording Time 00:02:05 APR 24 2005 SUN 12:00 AM

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Operating Instructions

Recording from external equipment

5 Press the REC button.


To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording in progress. When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the message Updating the information of disc. Please wait for a moment is displayed

Before you start


Check that the disc has enough available space for the recording. Adjust the recording mode.

1
Recording

Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a recordable disc on the disc tray.

NOTE

You can not change the recording mode and input source while recording. Recording will stop automatically if there is no free space left for recording. Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a disc. Recording will stop automatically if a copy protected image is selected. DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be formatted before starting to record. Most new discs are sold unformatted. Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this unit.

the 2 Presstray. OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc

Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel display. If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format or not will be asked first. (See page 31) If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize or not will be asked first. (See page 31)

to select the input 3 Press the INPUT buttonconnection you source according to the made.
The front panel display changes in the following sequence:

Channel Number L1 L2 DV

If you connect a digital camcorder, press the INPUT button to select DV. (See page 35) REC MODE button repeatedly, (or 4 Press thebutton) to select the recordingpress press the REC MODE button and then the speed(quality).

SP LP EP XP

Record Mode SP (02:12)

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Operating Instructions

Copying from a Camcorder

Play icon on the upper screen to and find 5 Select theplayback the camcorderpart of the the starting position to copy.
You can press the PLAY button of the remote control to playback the camcorder.

You may control the Camcorder using the IEEE1394 (DV) interface.

recording, use the select rec() top side of the 6 To starticon in thebutton. toscreen, then press the ENTER
You can press the REC button of the remote control to start recording. To display playback related icons on the screen, press any direction button on the remote control.

Before you start


Check that the disc has enough available space for the recording. Adjust the recording mode.

To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording in progress. When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the message Updating the information of disc. Please wait for a moment is displayed

Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a recordable disc on the disc tray.

Recording

the disc 2 Presstray. OPEN/CLOSE button to close the

Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel display. If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format or not will be asked first. (See page 31) If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize or not will be asked first. (See page 31)

NOTE

You can not change the recording mode and input source while recording. Recording will stop automatically if there is no free space left for recording. Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a disc. Recording will stop automatically if a copy protected image is selected. DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be formatted before starting to record. Most new discs are sold unformatted. Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this unit.

REC MODE button repeatedly, (or 3 Press thebutton) to select the recordingpress press the REC MODE button and then the speed(quality).

SP LP EP XP

Record Mode SP (02:12)

4 Press the INPUT button to select DV.


DV
The DV device is connected.

If the input is set to DV a playback/record menu that , enables camcorder control appears on the top of the screen.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

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Operating Instructions

Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)

To view the current status of the disc and progress of recording : Press the INFO button, and information about the disc will appear.
DVD-RAM(VR) Disc Name Total Title Total Playlist Recordable Time Protection Screen APR 24 2005 SUN Disc Info 15 2 02:00 SP Not Protected Recording: CH 7 [Mono] 12:00 AM

You can set the DVD-Recorder to record in 30-minute increments by pressing the REC button.

Press the INFO button once again. Then you can check the information about the title being recorded.

to record TV channel, use 1 If you awantbuttons oranumber buttons tothe CH( / ) select desired channel. If you want to record through a connected external component, press the INPUT button to select an appropriate external input(LINE1, LINE 2 or DV).

DVD-RAM(VR) Name

Recording Info APR/04/2005 12:00 AM

Recording

Recording Title 15 Created Time APR/04/2005 12:00 AM Recording Time 00:02:05 APR 24 2005 SUN 12:00 AM

CATV channels: 1 to 125 TV channels: 2 to 69

Example 1) Selecting Channel 120


+ +

Example 2) Selecting Channel 9


+

30 seconds before the recording is done, a message asking whether you want the recorder to power off when the recording is done, will appear on your screen.

2 Press the REC button to start recording.


OTR Mode 0:30
OTR is going to be ended soon and power will be turned off automatically. Press [ENTER] button to continue to use DVD-Recorder. OK

To stop recording

Press the REC button to adjust the recording time.

Press the STOP ( ) button. The message Do you want to stop recording? is displayed.

0:30 1:00 ... 8:00 off

NOTE

The timer counter decreases minute 8:00 to 0:00, then the DVD Recorder stops recording.

Do you want to stop recording?

Yes

No

Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.

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Operating Instructions

Setting a Timer Recording

Source: The video input source (L1, L2 or DV), or the broadcasting channel you want to make a timer recording of. When selecting channels to be recorded, the buttons on the remote control can let you select only the channels that have been memorized during Auto Scan. For the selection of other channels, use the number buttons. Date: Date that the timer recording starts 01/01 01/02 01/30 01/31 Every Day MON-SAT MON-FRI Every SAT Every SUN

You need to set clock (Initial Setup Clock Set) before proceeding with a timer recording. (See page 23)

...

recordable disc on the disc tray. 1 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a the disc 2 Presstray. OPEN/CLOSE button to close the

Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel display. If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format or not will be asked first. (See page 31) If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize or not will be asked first. (See page 31)

Start/End Time: Start and end time of the timer recording Mode (Recording mode) XP (High quality): Approx. 1 hour SP (Standard quality): Approx. 2 hours LP (Long recording): Approx. 4 hours EP (Extended): Approx. 6 hours or 8 hours. FR (Flexible Recording): See page 38.

...

Recording

NOTE

3 Press the MENU button in stop mode. 4

When you are recording at EP mode on a DVD-RW(V)/R disc, it may not record the full 6 or 8 hours because the unit uses the VBR(Variable Bit Rate) ENCODING system. For example, if you record a program with a lot of action, it uses a higher bit rate which in turn consumes more disc memory.

You can also set a timer recording via the TIMER button.

7 Press the ENTER button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP No. 01 02 Source CH 09 -- -Date 01/01 --/-Start End Mode Edit 12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP --:-- -- --:-- -- --

Press the buttons to select Timer Rec., and then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

( ) and Timer Set will appear on the front panel display. This means that a timer recording is set. Recording is automatically performed when the set time is reached.

buttons 5 Press theand then pressto select Timer Record, the ENTER or button.
The Timer Record Input items are displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP No. 01 Source -- -Date Start End Mode Edit --/-- No. 01 -- --:-- -- ---:-Start End Mode

If you make a mistake

NOTE

Press the button to select the item you want to change.

If the timer settings overlap


The programs are recorded in order of priority. If timer recording is set for the first program and then again for the second program and both programs overlap, the following message will appear on the screen: This setting is identical with 1 The message shows that the first program has priority. After recording of the first program is complete, the second program starts being recorded.

Source Date

CH 09 01/01 12 : 00 AM 02 : 00 AM SP Recordable Time 02:12 SP

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Fill in the items using the buttons.


: Moves to the previous/next item, 0~9 : Sets a value.

To exit without saving the current setting


Press the MENU or TIMER button.

To return to the previous menu


Press the RETURN button if you don't want to set a timer recording.

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Operating Instructions

NOTE

The timer recording time may differ from the set time depending on the disc and the overall timer recording status (for example, recording times overlapping, or when the previous recording ends within 3 minutes of the start of the next recording.) will start blinking if Timer Recording is not ready to start.

to select 3 Press the buttonspress the Scheduled Record List, and then ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP No. 01 02 03 Source CH 09 CH 05 -- -Date 01/01 01/01 --/-Start End Mode Edit 12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP 12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP --:-- -- --:-- -- --

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Flexible Recording (for Timer recording only)

the buttons select number of the Scheduled Record List you to 4 Pressand then press thetoENTERthewantbutton. edit, or
The Edit and Delete items are displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP

Recording

In FR mode, the timer recordings video quality is adjusted automatically so that all images for the scheduled time can be recorded onto the free disc space. The FR mode recording setup is the same as Timer Recording. When setting the mode in step 6, set FR Mode.

No. 01 02 03

Source CH 09 CH 05 -- --

Date 01/01 01/01 --/--

Start End Mode Edit 12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP Edit 12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP Delete --:-- -- --:-- -- --

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Editing the Scheduled Record List

the 5 Presspress buttons to select Edit, and then the ENTER or button.
The Timer Record Input item is displayed.

DVD-RAM(VR)

Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP

No. 01

Source -- --

Date Start End Mode Edit --/-- No. 01 -- --:-- -- ---:-Start End Mode

Source Date

CH 09 01/01 12 : 00 AM 02 : 00 AM SP Recordable Time 02:12 SP

You can change timer record settings using the scheduled record list menu.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Press the MENU button in stop mode.

Edit the items you want to modify. See the Timer Record section for more information on Timer Record Input items. (See page 37.)

the 2 Pressthen pressbuttons to selectTimer Rec., and the ENTER or button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

Move through the items with the or the settings with 6 number buttons and changeENTER button. buttons and press the

7 Press the MENU button after the operation is finished.


The menu screen will disappear.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Deleting the Scheduled Record List

the to number 4 Pressthen pressbuttons youselectthedelete, of the timer recording want to and the ENTER or button.
The Edit and Delete items are displayed.

DVD-RAM(VR)

Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP

No. 01 02 03

Source CH 09 CH 05 -- --

Date 01/01 01/01 --/--

Start End Mode Edit 12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP Edit 12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP Delete --:-- -- --:-- -- --

You can delete timer record list using the scheduled record list menu.
MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

1 Press the MENU button in stop mode. 2


Press the buttons to select Timer Rec., and then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

the then the ENTER or button. 5 Presspress buttons to select Delete, and

You will be prompted with the delete confirmation message, For example : 'Do you want to delete No.01?'.

Recording

DVD-RAM(VR)

Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP

No. 01

Source -- --

Date Start End Mode Edit --/-- No. 01 -- --:-- -- ---:--

Do you want to delete No. 01? Timer Rec. Setup Yes No

MOVE MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

to select Record List, and then ENTER or 3 Press the buttonspress the Scheduled button.

6 Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.
The selected entry will be deleted from the list.

DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List

Timer Record

MENU button after the operation finished. 7 Press the The menu screen will disappear. is

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

NOTE
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List Recordable Time 02:12 SP No. 01 02 03 Source CH 09 CH 05 -- -Date 01/01 01/01 --/-Start End Mode Edit 12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP 12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP --:-- -- --:-- -- --

You can not delete programs that are currently recording.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Recording the Scheduled Record List

To stop Recording
Press the STOP( ) button, and a message that asks whether to end recording or not will be displayed.

Do you want to stop recording?

When the start time set in the Scheduled Record List arrives, if the set is powered off, the set will be automatically powered on and starts recording. If the set is already powered on, a message asking to confirm to proceed or cancel the timer recording appears.

Yes

No

When Yes is selected: Recording stops When No is selected: Recording continues

Timer Recording is going to be started soon. Do you want to cancel timer recording? Yes No

NOTE

Recording

If there is not enough disc space or a copy prevention signal is received during recording, recording will stop.

When Yes is selected: Cancel When No is selected: Recording

You cannot record copy protected movie.

NOTE

If you are not present to set Yes or No, recording will still begin automatically.

If there is no free disc space or the disc is not recordable, recording will not operate. (You can record after replacing the disc.)

seconds the stop 2 Thirty offthatnotbefore recordingtime, a message asks whether to automatically power or after is displayed.

Timer Recording is going to be ended soon and power will be turned off automatically. Press [ENTER] to continue to use DVD-Recorder. OK

When OK is selected: Power on after recording If there is no entry: Auto power off

NOTE

If you are not present to select OK, the unit will power off automatically after the recording finishes.

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Operating Instructions

System Setting

CM Time 4 Selectpress SkipENTERusing the buttons, then the or button.


CM Skip Time will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Setup Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time Setting

Timer Rec.

(See page 23)

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

(See page 25)

desired 5 Select thethen presstime using theorbutton. buttons, the ENTER


DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec 30 Sec : 6 Hours 60 : OffSec System

When a program recorded on a DVD-RAM, a DVD-RW, or a DVD-R is played, the unit can be set to automatically skip a portion of the program corresponding to a CM(commercial) Skip Time set by the user.

disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode, 1 With athe MENU button on the remote control. press
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

the CM SKIP button during 6 If you pressskipped, and then the nexttosection playback, the section corresponding the set time is is played.
CM SKIP

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Setup using press button. 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then

Settings & Adjustments

You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.

DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control

Setup

NOTE

CM Skip can be performed only during normal playback. When the time set is less than a remaining time of a current title: The next title is played from the beginning. When the time set is less than a remaining time of a play list, the next scene is played. CM Skip does not work in a still picture mode. When a set time is less than a remaining time of a scene, a last title, or a last track that is displayed currently, a prohibition mark appears. CM Skip releases Repeat (including Repeat A-B, Chapter, and Title). CM Skip may not operate with some DVD-Video discs.

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

Select System using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.
System menu will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

EP Mode Time Setting


You can set the EP (Extended Play) modes time setting to 6 or 8 hours.

Automatic Chapter Creation


This function only works for DVD-RW (Video) and DVD-R discs.

disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode, press 1 With athe MENU button on the remote control.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode, 1 With athe MENU button on the remote control. press
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.

Setup using press button. 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then


DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select System using buttons, 3 press the ENTER or thebutton. then


System menu will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

Select System using buttons, 3 press the ENTER or thebutton. then


System menu will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

Settings & Adjustments

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

EP Time 4 SelectpressModeENTERusing the buttons, then the or button.


EP Mode Time will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

Creator 4 Select Chapterpress the using theorbutton. buttons, then ENTER


Chapter Creator will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off System

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

desired 5 Select thethen presstime using theorbutton. buttons, the ENTER


DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time Chapter Creator : 15 Sec : 6 Hours 6 Hours : Off 8 Hours System

select On using the buttons. 5 Press the ENTER orbutton, and then

Off: Select this option when you do not want to make the chapter menu. On: Select this option when you want to make the chapter menu.
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc manager Timer Rec. Clock Set Channel Set CM Skip Time EP Mode Time : 15 Sec : 6 Hours : Off On System

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Setup

Chapter Creator

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MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

NOTE

Set the chapter creator to on and then start recording. Stopping the recording will automatically create a chapter menu. This function only works for normal recording. - After the recording has begun, the Do you want to create the chapter menu after this recording? message appears for 10 seconds. Select Yes or No. - Selecting Yes will create a new chapter menu while selecting No will not. - A new chapter is created according to the selected recording mode. A chapter will be about 5 minutes long in XP and SP and about 15 minutes long in LP and , EP mode. To display the created chapters, finalize the disc and then press the DISC MENU button. The chapters menu appears.

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Select Language 3 press the ENTERusing the buttons, then or button.


Language setup menu will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Setup

CAUTION

The Automatic Chapter Creation function does not work during Timer Recording or when you turn the power off.

Parental Control

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Audio Subtitle Disc Menu : Original

Language

: Automatic : English

On-Screen Menu : English

Language Setting

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

to select desired menu and press the 4 Use the buttonsENTER orthe button. sub
Settings & Adjustments
If you set the On-Screen menu, disc menu, audio and subtitle language in advance, they will come up automatically every time you watch a movie. If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the original pre-recorded language is selected.

Audio Language: For the disc audio language. Subtitle Language: For the disc subtitles. Disc Menu Language: For the disc menu contained on the disc On-Screen Menu Language: For the player menu of your DVD recorder

Disc mode, 1 With the unit in Stop mode/No remote control. press the MENU button on the
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

desired 5 Select thethen pressLanguage using thebutton. buttons, the ENTER or


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Audio Subtitle Disc Menu Language : Original Original English : Automatic Franais : English

Deutsch On-Screen Menu : English Espaol Italiano Nederlands Korean MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT MOVE SELECT RETURN

EXIT

NOTE

Press the RETURN or button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu. The selected language will only appear if it is supported on the disc.

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Operating Instructions

Video (Display) Setting

Select the Reduction) using the buttons, then press 4 the ENTERsub menu(TV Aspect,,3D Noise or button.
TV Aspect: see page 29 Input Level Adjusts the level of the input signal.

This allows you to set up the TV screen settings.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level : 16:9 Wide : Darker : Lighter 7.5 IRE : Off : Auto Dim

Video

With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the MENU button on the remote control.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Timer Record Scheduled Record List Timer Record

3D Noise Reduction Front Display

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Darker : If you feel the screen is too light and you want to make the screen darker. Lighter : If you feel the screen is too dark and you want to make the screen lighter.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Black Level Adjusts the black level of the screen.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction : 16:9 Wide : Darker : 0 IRE 7.5 IRE : 7.5 IRE Off : Auto Dim Video

Setup using 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then press button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

Front Display

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

0 IRE : Select this when you want darker screen. 7.5 IRE : Select this when you want lighter screen.

Settings & Adjustments

3D Noise Reduction (motion adaptive noise reduction)

Select Video using the buttons, then press the ENTER or button.
Video option menu will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction Front Display : 16:9 Wide : Darker : 7.5 IRE : Off On : Auto Dim

Video

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

On : Provides a cleaner picture through noise reduction (for recording). Off : Normal

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction Front Display : 16:9 Wide : Darker : 7.5 IRE : Off : Auto Dim

Video

NOTE

Black level function is not available in the progressive scan mode.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Front Display Adjust the brightness of the units front panel display.

Parental Control

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup TV Aspect Input Level Black Level 3D Noise Reduction Front Display : 16:9 Wide : Darker : 7.5 IRE : Off : Auto Dim Bright Dim Auto Dim

Video

The Parental Control function works in conjunction with DVDs that have been assigned a rating - which helps you control the types of DVDs that your family watches. There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Bright : Makes the Front Panel Display bright. Dim : Makes the Front Panel Display dim. Auto Dim : Makes the Front Panel Display dim automatically when playing a DVD.

Disc mode, 1 With the unit in Stop mode/No remote control. press the MENU button on the
No Disc
Timer Record Timer Record Scheduled Record List

5
NOTE

Use the buttons to select the desired item. Then press the ENTER or button.

Timer Rec. Setup

Press the RETURN or button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu. IRE: Short for the Institute of Radio Engineers. An IRE unit is a relative unit of measure equaling 1/140th of the peak-topeak (p-p) video amplitude.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Setup using press button. 2 Selectthe ENTER orthe buttons, then


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

Settings & Adjustments

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Control using the buttons, then 3 Select Parentalpress the ENTER orbutton.

When you operate your DVD recorder for the first time, the Create the Password message will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup System Language Audio Video Parental Control Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

4-digit password using buttons 4 Create aon the remote control. the 0 to 9
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Create the password Parental Control

About the Rating Level

1 Select Rating Level using the buttons.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Password Rating Level Change Password Parental Control :On : Level 1 Kids

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Password screen appears to 5 The Re-enterpassword. Enter your password confirm the again.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

2 Press the ENTER or button.


The rating level will be displayed.
No Disc
Parental Control Password Rating Level Change Password Level 8 Adults :On Level : Level 17Kids Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup

Parental Control

Confirm the password

Timer Rec. Setup

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Level 1 Kids MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

select On using the buttons. 6 Press the ENTER orbutton, and then
The Parental Control screen appears.

want using 3 Select Rating Level you ENTER or the buttons, then press the button.

For example, if you select up to Level 6, discs that contain Level 7, 8 will not play. A larger number indicates that the program is intended for adult use only.

No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Password

Parental Control Off :Off On

Settings & Adjustments

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

NOTE

Press the RETURN or button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.

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Operating Instructions

Changing the Password

1 Select Change Password using the buttons.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Password Rating Level Change Password Parental Control :On : Level 1 Kids

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

2 Press the ENTER or button.


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Enter the password

The 'Enter the password.' message will be displayed.

Change Password

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

password using 3 Enter theon4-digitremote control. the 0 to 9 buttons the


No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Change Password

Settings & Adjustments

Enter the password

* * *

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

4 The 'Confirm the password.' message will be displayed.


Enter your password again using the 0 to 9 buttons on the remote control.
No Disc
Timer Rec. Setup Confirm the password Change Password

* * *

NUMBER

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

See page 87 if you forgot your password.

NOTE

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Operating Instructions

Editing
This section introduces basic functions of DVD editing and explains both edit functions for the recording on a disc and edit functions for the entire disc.

Title List A title is a section of recorded video and audio. Title List shows a list to help you select a title. Since the title list consists of the information on stream that is actually recorded, if one title is deleted, that title cannot be played again. Play List This refers to a unit of playback, which is made by selecting a desired scene in the entire Title List. When one playlist is played, only the scene selected by the user will play and then stop. Since only the information necessary for playing a desired scene is included in a playlist, even if that playlist is deleted, the original stream will not be deleted.

Editing

Recording or editing might not be completed if an error, such as a sudden power failure occurs.

Basic Editing (Title List)......................................67 Advance Editing (Play List) ................................71 Disc Manager ..........................................................79

Please be aware that a material that has been damaged is unable to be retrieved to its original content.

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Operating Instructions

DVD-RAM(VR)

Rename

Basic Editing (Title List)


A F K P U Z B G L Q V C H M R W D I N S X E J O T Y a f k p u z b c g h l m q r n w d i n s x e j o t y
Clear Save

Back Space

Space

Delete

Renaming(Labeling) a Title
Follow these instructions to rename a title list entry, i.e., to edit the title of a recorded program.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

characters 4 Select the desiredthe ENTER using the buttons, press button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Sports(A1) Rename

Using the TITLE LIST button

1 Press the TITLE LIST button.


The Title List screen is displayed

A F K P U Z

B G L Q V

C H M R W

D I N S X

E J O T Y

a f k p u z

b c g h l m q r n w

d i n s x

e j o t y
Clear Save

Back Space

Space

Delete

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button. Press the buttons to select Title List, then press the ENTER or button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Title List

Length Edit

01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21 02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03 03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15 04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16 APR/19/2004 12:00 AM CH12 APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32 06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16

Back Space: Moves the cursor one position backwards.(Equivalent to the CANCEL button) Space: Enters a blank and moves the cursor one forward (to the right). Delete: Deletes the character at the cursor position. Clear: Deletes all the character inputs. Save: Registers the character inputs.

the buttons to select 5 Pressthen press ENTER button. Save, and the

The changed title name is displayed on the title item of the selected entry.

the to select an you 2 Press to renamebuttonsthe Title List,entrythen want from and press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Title List Length Edit

DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title

Title List Length Edit


01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21 02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03 03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15 04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16 Sports (A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 Sports(A1) 00:06:32 01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21 02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03 03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15 Play 04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16 Rename APR/21/2004 12:00 AM CH12 APR/21/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN Delete 05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32 Edit 06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16 Protection EXIT 06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16

Editing

the 3 Presspress buttons to select Rename, and then the ENTER or button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Title List Length Edit

01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21 02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03 03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15 Play 04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16 Rename APR/21/2004 12:00 AM CH12 APR/21/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN Delete 05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32 Edit 06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16 Protection EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Locking(Protecting) a Title
Follow these instructions to lock an entry to protect it from accidental deletion.

select On, then 4 Press the buttons tothe selectedandon the press the ENTER button. The key icon information window for entry changes to the locked status. (
DVD-RAM(VR)

Title List No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 00:00:16 00:06:32 00:08:16

Using the TITLE LIST button

Press the TITLE LIST button.


The Title List screen is displayed

Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT

05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1

RETURN

EXIT

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button. Press the buttons to select Title List, and then press the ENTER or button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Drama APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 00:00:16 00:06:32 00:08:16

Deleting a Title
Follow these instructions to delete an entry from the Title List.

Using the TITLE LIST button


the to select want in the and then 2 Press to protectbuttonsTitle List,an entry you press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie APR/19/2004 12:00 AM CH12 APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection EXIT

1 Press the TITLE LIST button.


The Title List screen is displayed

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button. Press the buttons to select Title List, and then press the ENTER or button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Drama 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 SP SELECT RETURN EXIT Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 00:00:16 00:06:32 00:08:16

3
Editing

Press the buttons to select Protection, and then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection

APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE

the to an 2 Press to delete buttonsTitleselect andentry you want in the List, then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection RETURN EXIT

EXIT

DVD-RAM(VR)

Title List Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 Title Protection: 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT

04 Movie 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1

Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT

On

Off

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

the 3 Presspress buttons to select Delete, and then the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection EXIT

Deleting a Section of a Title


Follow these instructions to delete a section of a Title List entry. (VR mode)

Using the TITLE LIST button

1 Press the TITLE LIST button.


The Title List screen is displayed

You will be prompted with the confirmation message. DVD-RAM(VR), DVD-RW(VR mode): Since Playlist is present, the message Do you want to delete?(Related playlists may be deleted.) is displayed. DVD-RW(Video mode), DVD-R: Since Playlist is not present, the message Do you want to delete? is displayed.

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button. Press the buttons to select Title List, and then press the ENTER or button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Drama APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Title List Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 00:00:16 00:06:32 00:08:16

DVD-RAM(VR)

Title List

Do you want to delete? (Related playlists may be deleted.) Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN EXIT Yes No

the buttons to want the List, and then 2 Press to edit from or Titleselect an entry you press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection EXIT

This may depend on the type of disc.

4
NOTE

Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.

You cannot delete a protected entry. If you want to delete a protected entry, select Off in the Title Protection menu. Once an entry is deleted from the Title List it cannot be recovered. Once DVD-R, DVD-RW is finalized, it cannot be deleted. With DVD-R, titles are only deleted from the menu, however, the Title remains physically on the disc.

the then the ENTER or button. 3 Presspress buttons to select Edit, and
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List No. Title 01 Drama 02 Music 03 Sports 04 Movie Sports(A1) APR/19/2004 12:00 AM MOVE SP SELECT RETURN 05 Sports(A1) 06 Edu 1 Length Edit 00:00:21 00:00:03 00:00:15 Play 00:00:16 Rename Delete 00:06:32 Edit 00:08:16 Protection EXIT

Editing

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Operating Instructions

the 4 Press the ENTER button at the starting point. 6 Presspress buttons to select Delete, and then the ENTER button.
The image and starting point time are displayed in the section deletion starting point window. The selected section has been deleted.

DVD-RAM(VR)

Edit Title List Title List No. 05 Start End Delete

DVD-RAM(VR)

Edit Title List Title List No. 05 Start End Delete Return EXIT

Start 00:00:10

00:00:06

Start 00:10:15

00:00:06

Sports(A1) APR/21/2005 11:50 PM MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

Sports(A1) Return EXIT APR/21/2005 11:50 PM MOVE SELECT


End 00:10:10

RETURN

RETURN

DVD-RAM(VR)

Edit Title List Title List No. 05 Start Do you want to delete? End Delete Return EXIT

Edit Title List Screen Elements


00:10:15 Yes

Start 00:00:06 (Deleted part will not be restored.)

No
End 00:10:10

DVD-RAM(VR)

Edit Title List Title List No. 05 Start End Delete Return EXIT

Sports(A1) APR/21/2005 11:50 PM MOVE SELECT

RETURN

Start

00:00:06

00:00:10

Sports(A1) APR/21/2005 11:50 PM MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

RETURN

Press buttons 7 the ENTER button.to select Yes and the Press
1 Playback bar 2 Playtime 3 Section deletion starting point window and time 4 Section deletion end point window and time Select the start and end points of the section you want to delete using the playback related buttons. Playback related buttons: ( , , , ). , To return to the Title List screen, press the buttons to select Return.

NOTE

The length of the section to be deleted must be at least 5 seconds long. If the length of the section to be deleted is less than 5 seconds, you will be prompted with the message 'The range is too short.'. If the end time precedes the starting point, you will be prompted with the message End point cannot be marked earlier than start point. The section cannot be deleted when it includes a still picture. Press the MENU button after the operation has finished. The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.

5 Press the ENTER button at the end point.


The image and end point time are displayed in the Section deletion ending point window.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Title List Title List No. 05 Start End Delete Return EXIT
Start 00:10:15 00:00:06

Sports(A1) APR/21/2005 11:50 PM MOVE SELECT


End 00:10:10

RETURN

Editing

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Operating Instructions

Advanced Editing (Play List)

5 Press the ENTER button at the end point.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Make Scene Scene No. 001
Start
Start 00:00:10

End Make Return EXIT

Creating a Playlist
Follow these instructions to create a new playlist entry from a recorded title. (VR mode)

00:10:00

New Playlist APR/19/05 12:00 AM MOVE SELECT


End 00:10:00

RETURN

mode, button on the remote 1 With the unit in Stop control.press the MENU the then the ENTER or button. 2 Presspress buttons to select Playlist, and
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup New Playlist Edit Playlist Playlist

The image and end point time are displayed in the End window. The yellow-colored selection bar moves to the Make item.

- To make a new playlist -

the 6 Presspress buttons to select Make, and then the ENTER button.
A new Scene will be added to the current Playlist. A new Make Scene screen is displayed. Repeat the above steps to create further scenes.

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

NOTE

If you want to make a new playlist, go to MENU new playlist. You can check and see all the scenes on Edit Playlist screen.

the 3 Pressthen pressbuttons to selectNew Playlist, and the ENTER or button.


The Make Scene screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Make Scene Scene No. 001 Start

- To return to Edit Playlist menu -

Start 00:00:10

00:00:00

End
Make Return EXIT

the then the ENTER button. 7 Presspress buttons to select Return, and
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Edit Playlist Length Edit

New Playlist APR/19/05 12:00 AM MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

RETURN

01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16

Press the ENTER button at the start point.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Make Scene Scene No. 001 Start End Make Return EXIT

APR/25/2005 06:03 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32

RETURN

EXIT

Editing

Start 00:00:10

00:00:10

You can create up to 99 playlist entries. Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference. Press the MENU or PLAY LIST button after the operation has finished. The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.

New Playlist APR/19/05 12:00 AM MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

NOTE

RETURN

The image and time at the start point are displayed on the Start window. The yellow-colored selection bar moves to the End item. Select the starting point of the section from which you want to create a new scene using the playback related buttons ( , , , , ).

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Playing Entries in the Playlist


Follow these instructions to play the playlist entries.

3 Press the buttons to select Play, and then select the ENTER button.
The playlist entries will be played.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist No. Title Length Edit

(VR mode)

01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03

Press the PLAY LIST button.


The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Edit Playlist Length Edit

03 APR/24/2005/0 00:00:15 Play 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 Rename APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN

Edit Scene 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32 Copy Delete EXIT

01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 APR/24/2005/0 00:00:15 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32

Play

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button in the stop mode. Press the buttons to select Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button. Press the buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.

To view the current status of the disc and progress of playback : Press the INFO button, and the information about the disc will appear.
DVD-RAM(VR) Disc Name Disc Info 14 5 00:00:15 SP Not Protected Playback [Playlist] 06:43 AM

DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup New Playlist Edit Playlist

Playlist

Total Title Total Playlist Recordable Time Protection Screen APR 24 2005 SUN

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Press the INFO button once again. Then you can check the information about the playlist currently playing back.
DVD-RAM(VR) Name Playlist Created Time Length Playing Time Total Scene APR 24 2005 SUN Playing Info APR/04/2005 06:43 AM 3/5 APR/04/2005 06:43 AM 00:00:15 00:00:05 7 12:00 AM

the to select the title you want from the 2 Press to editor buttonsPlaylist, and then press the ENTER button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed : Play, Rename, Edit Scene, Copy, Delete.

The screen returns to the Edit Playlist screen when the playback has finished.

Editing

4 Press the STOP button to stop playing.


The screen returns to the Edit Playlist screen.

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Operating Instructions

Renaming a Playlist Entry


Follow these instructions to rename a playlist entry, i.e. to edit the title of a playlist entry.

4 Enter the desired characters using the buttons.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Dolphin Rename

(VR mode)

1 Press the PLAY LIST button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN

The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.

A F K P U Z

B G L Q V

C H M R W

D I N S X

E J O T Y

a f k p u z

b c g h l m q r n w

d i n s x

e j o t y
Clear Save

Back Space

Space

Delete

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Edit Playlist Length Edit


01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32

This function is the same as the Rename function in renaming the title list. (See page 67.) The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 31. All 31 characters can be displayed by pressing the INFO button.

EXIT

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button in the stop mode. Press the buttons to select Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button. Press the buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.

the buttons to select and the 5 Pressthen press ENTER button. Save,
The changed title is displayed in the title field of the selected playlist entry.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Edit Playlist Length Edit

01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 Dolphin 00:00:15

Press the buttons to select the title you want to edit from the Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed :Play, Rename, Edit Scene, Copy, Delete
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Edit Playlist Length Edit

04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32

01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15 Play 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 Rename APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN

Edit Scene 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32 Copy Delete EXIT

the 3 Presspress buttons to select Rename, and then the ENTER button.
Editing

DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title

Edit Playlist Length Edit


01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21 02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03 03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15 Play 04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16 Rename APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN

Edit Scene 05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32 Copy Delete EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Editing a Scene for the Playlist


Follow these instructions to edit scenes for a playlist.

Playing a Selected Scene


Press the buttons select the scene 4 you want to play, and thentopress the ENTER button.
The playlist entry to be played is selected.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 2/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

(VR mode)

1 Press the PLAY LIST button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Science 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN

The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.


Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

Using the MENU button


Press the MENU button in the stop mode. Press the buttons to select Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button. Press the buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.

5 Press the ENTER button.


The selected scene is played.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 2/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

Move Add

Press the buttons to select the title you want to edit from the Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit Scene, Copy, Delete
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename Edit Scene Copy Delete EXIT

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Play

To stop scene play, press the STOP button.

the 3 Pressthen pressbuttons to select Edit Scene, and the ENTER button.
The Edit Scene screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename Edit Scene Copy Delete RETURN EXIT

Editing

01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 1/7

Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify

01

00:00:26

02

00:00:07

03

00:00:04

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

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Operating Instructions

Modifying a Scene (Replacing a Scene)


To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.

the scene. 7 Press the ENTER button at the end point of


DVD-RAM(VR)
Modify Scene Scene No. 002
Start

Press the buttons to select the scene you want to modify, and then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 2/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

Start 00:00:25

00:00:00

End Change Cancel EXIT

Dolphin 03/05/29 03:34:00(PM) MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

RETURN

The image and ending point time are displayed in the End window.

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

the then the ENTER button. 8 Presspress buttons to select Change, and
DVD-RAM(VR)
Modify Scene Scene No. 002
Start

the then the ENTER button. 5 Presspress buttons to select Modify, and
00:00:30

Start

00:00:00

End Change Cancel EXIT

Natural 03/05/29 03:34:00(PM)


End 00:00:30

DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 2/7

Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

01

00:00:26

02

00:00:07

03

00:00:04

The scene you want to modify is changed with the selected section.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Scene 2/7 Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

Scene No.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Move Add

Press the ENTER button at the start point of the scene.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Modify Scene Scene No. 002
Start

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Start 00:00:20

00:00:00

End Change Cancel EXIT

Dolphin 03/05/29 03:34:00(PM) MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:00

RETURN

The image and starting point time are displayed on the Start window. Select the starting or ending point of the section you want to modify using the playback related buttons ( , , , , ).

Editing

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Moving a Scene (Changing the Position of a Scene)


NOTE

Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference.

To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.

buttons to select 4 Press the tomove (change the the scene you want position), and then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 3/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

Adding a Scene
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.

Move Add

buttons to select the 4 Press the and then press thescene inserted scene that will have a new before it, ENTER button.
A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to be added as the new scene.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Scene 4/7 Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

press the ENTER button. 5 Press the buttons to select Move, then
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 3/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

Scene No.

Move Add

04

00:00:00

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

5 Press the buttons to select Add, then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 4/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to be moved.

Move Add

Press the buttons to select the position to which you want to move the selected scene, and then select the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 6/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

04

00:00:00

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

6 Press the ENTER button at the starting point of the scene.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Add Scene Scene No. 004
Start
Start 00:00:15 00:00:15

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

Editing

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

End Add Cancel EXIT

Sclence

The selected scene is moved to the selected position.


DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 5/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

End

00:00:00

RETURN

Move Add

04

00:00:03

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

The image and starting point time are displayed in the Start window. Select the end point of the section where you want to add the new scene using the playback related buttons ( , , , , ).

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

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Operating Instructions

the scene. 7 Press the ENTER button at the end point of


DVD-RAM(VR)
Add Scene Scene No. 004
Start

Copying a Playlist Entry to the Playlist


Using the PLAY LIST button

Start 00:00:15

00:00:15

End Add Cancel EXIT

Dolphin APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT


End 00:00:35

RETURN

1 Press the PLAY LIST button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Science 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM

The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.


Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37

The image and time of the end point are displayed in the End window.

Press the buttons to select Add, and then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 4/8 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Using the MENU button


Move Add

04

00:00:15

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Press the MENU button in the stop mode. Press the buttons to select Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button. Press the buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.

The section you want to add is inserted prior to the scene selected in step 4. To cancel, press the buttons to select cancel and then press the ENTER button.

the want the Playlist, and then press 2 Press to copyortobuttons to select the title you the ENTER button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit Scene, Copy, Delete

Deleting a Scene
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.

DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin

Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename Edit Scene Copy Delete RETURN EXIT

buttons to select the scene you want 4 Press thebutton.todelete, and then press the ENTER
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 4/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

the then the ENTER button. 3 Presspress buttons to select Copy, and
Playlist that has been selected will be copied.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename Edit Scene Copy Delete RETURN EXIT

Move Add

04

00:00:15

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

Editing

the 5 Presspress buttons to select Delete, and then the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No. 4/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify
01 00:00:26 02 00:00:07 03 00:00:04

7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM 05 Dolphin

Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37 00:00:06


Move Add

04

00:00:00

05

00:00:11

06

00:00:04

Delete EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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NOTE

The playlist can contain up to 99 playlist entries (titles). Press the MENU button after the operation has finished. The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.

the 3 Presspress buttons to select Delete, and then the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin 05 Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename

Deleting a Playlist Entry from the Playlist


Using the PLAYLIST button

Edit Scene 00:00:06 Copy Delete EXIT

You will be prompted with the delete confirmation message 'Do you want to delete?'.

1 Press the PLAY LIST button.


DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Science 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN 05 Dolphin

DVD-RAM(VR)

Edit Playlist

The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.


Do you want to delete? Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37 00:00:06

Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT

Yes

No

RETURN

EXIT

EXIT

Using the MENU button


4 Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.
You automatically returned to the Edit Playlist screen after the delete operation has finished.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist Deleting... (Please wait)

Press the MENU button in the stop mode. Press the buttons to select Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button. Press the buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.

Press the buttons to select the title you want to edit from the Playlist, and then press the ENTER or button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit Scene, Copy, Delete

Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

DVD-RAM(VR) DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Dolphin 05 Dolphin 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN Edit Playlist Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 Play 00:00:37 Rename

Edit Playlist No. Title 01 Science 02 Sky 03 Dolphin 04 Natural Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37

Natural 7 Scene APR/23/2005 06:43 AM MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

Editing

Edit Scene 00:00:06 Copy Delete EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Disc Manager

4 Enter the desired characters using the buttons.

DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Rename

Editing the Disc Name


Follow these instructions to give a name to a disc.

A F K P U Z

B G L Q V

C H M R W

D I N S X

E J O T Y

a f k p u z

b c g h l m q r n w

d i n s x

e j o t y
Clear Save

Back Space

Space

Delete

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

mode, button on the remote 1 With the unit in Stop control.press the MENU
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

This function is the same as the Rename function in renaming the title list. (See page 67.) The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 31. All 31 characters can be displayed by pressing the INFO button.

Press the buttons to select 5 then press the ENTER button. Save and
A disc name is given to the disc.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : Disc

Playlist

: Not protected

Press the buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

Timer Rec. Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

NOTE

SELECT RETURN EXIT

You may need to clear disc protect before beginning editing.(see page 80.) Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may be different.

MOVE

the then the ENTER or button. 3 Presspress buttons to select Disc Name,
The Rename screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Rename

A F K P U Z

B G L Q V

C H M R W

D I N S X

E J O T Y

a f k p u z

b c g h l m q r n w

d i n s x

e j o t y
Clear Save

Editing

Back Space

Space

Delete

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Disc Protection
Disc Protect allows you to protect your discs from being formatted or deleted due to unintended operations.

Formatting a Disc
Use these instructions to format a disc. The disc protect should be cleared.

With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote control.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

mode, 1 With the unit in Stop control.press the MENU button on the remote
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

MOVE MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Press the buttons to select Disc Manager, and then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

the and the ENTER or button. 2 Pressthen pressbuttons to selectDisc Manager,


DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

MOVE MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

to Protection, then press ENTER or 3 Press the buttons theselect Disc button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

the and the ENTER or button. 3 Pressthen pressbuttons to selectDisc Format,


DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

MOVE MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

4
Editing

Press the button to select Protected, then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Not Protected Portected Disc Manager

DVD-RAM You will be prompted with the confirmation message 'Do you want to format disc?'.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected Disc Manager

Disc Format Do you want to format disc? Delete All Title Lists Yes No

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists :

Disc Manager

: protected

You will be prompted with the confirmation message 'All data will be deleted. Do you want to continue?'.

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

DVD-RW You will be prompted with the confirmation message Choose the recording format for DVD- RW.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected Disc Manager

buttons to select Disc 2 Press the and then press the ENTER or Manager, button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. Setup : : Not protected Disc Manager

Playlist Disc manager

Disc Format Disc manager Choose the recording format for DVD-RW. Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. DVD-VR DVD-V Setup

MOVE MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

the buttons 4 Pressdisc is formatted. to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button. The
DVD-VR and DVD-V are defined according to their recording format.
DVD-VR DVD-RAM DVD-RW DVD-V DVD-RW DVD-R

the to select Delete 3 PressLists, buttonpress the ENTERAll Title and then or button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected Disc Manager

DISC

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

You will be prompted with the confirmation message 'Do you want to delete all title lists?'.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected Disc Manager

Delete All Title Lists

Disc Format Disc manager you want to delete all title lists? Do Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. Yes No Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

mode, 1 With the unit in Stop control.press the MENU button on the remote
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

When Protected Entry exists: The Delete All Title List function will not operate. If there is a title containing a still picture, however, that function will not operate. If you want to delete a protected entry, disable Protect for it on the Lock item.

4 Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.
All title lists are deleted.

Editing

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Finalizing a disc
After you record titles onto a DVD-RW/DVD-R disc with your DVD recorder, it needs to be finalized before it can be played back on external devices.

You will be prompted with the message 'Do you want to finalize disc?'. If you select Yes, you will be prompted again with the message ' Disc will be finalized. Do you want to continue?'
DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected

Disc Manager

With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote control.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

Playlist

Disc Finalize Disc manager Do you want to finalize disc? Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. Yes No Setup

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

If you select Yes, you will be prompted again with the message ' Disc will be finalized. Do you want to continue?'
DVD-R(V)
Disc Manager Disc Name Disc Protection : : Not protected

Press the buttons to select Disc Manager, and then press the ENTER or button.
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Disc Finalize Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected : DVD-VR Disc Manager

Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup

Disc will be Disc Finalize finalized. Do you want to continue? Delete All Title Lists Yes No

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

press the ENTER button. 4 Press the buttons to select Yes, and then
The disc is finalized.

the Disc Finalize, 3 Pressthen pressbutton to select button. and the ENTER or
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Disc Finalize Delete All Title Lists : : Not protected : DVD-VR Disc Manager

NOTE

Once a disc is finalized, you cannot delete entries from the record list. After being finalized, the DVD-R/DVDRW(video mode) operates in the same manner as a DVD-Video. Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference. Finalizing time may be different depending on the amount of data recorded on the disc. Data on the disc will be damaged if the recorder is powered off during finalize process.

MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT

DVD-R(V)
Title List Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Finalize Delete All Title Lists Timer Rec. Setup :

Disc Manager

Editing

Playlist Disc manager

: Not protected

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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Operating Instructions

Unfinalizing a disc (V/VR mode)

4 Press the buttons to select Yes, and then press the ENTER button.
The disc is unfinalized.

mode, button on the remote 1 With the unit in Stop control.press the MENU
NOTE
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Title List Title List

A DVD-RW can be finalized or unfinalized in Video mode.


Finalize DVD-Video(RW) Unfinalize DVD-RW(V) Additional recording, protection and deletion are possible.

Mark

Operation Same as DVD-Video

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

A DVD-RW can be finalized or unfinalized in VR mode.


Finalize Mark DVD-RW(VR:F) Additional recording, deletion, editing, and protection are impossible. Unfinalize DVD-RW(VR) Additional recording, deletion, editing, and protection are possible.

buttons to select Disc 2 Press the and then press the ENTER or Manager, button.
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Format Disc Unfinalize : : DVD-VR Disc Manager

Operation

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

to select Disc Unfinalize, and then 3 Press the buttonpress the ENTER or button.
You will be prompted with the message 'Do you want to unfinalize disc?'.

DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List Disc Name Playlist Disc Format :

Disc Manager

: DVD-VR

Disc manager Disc Unfinalize Do you want to unfinalize disc? Timer Rec. Setup Yes No

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

Editing

If you select Yes, you will be prompted again with the message ' Disc will be unfinalized. Do you want to continue?'
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List Playlist Disc manager Timer Rec. Setup Disc Name Disc Format : : DVD-VR Disc Manager

Disc Unfinalize Disc will be unfinalized. Do you want to continue? Yes No

MOVE

SELECT

RETURN

EXIT

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13. Circuit Operating Descriptions


13-1 Power
13-1-1 About S.M.P.S (ringing choke converter methol)
Vout REGULATOR Vreg

Transformer (Np) (Ns) + + (Vp) (Vs) + + Vin Switch + Vs switch I switch

ON/OFF Control

Fig. 13-1 Terms 1) 1st : Common power input to 1st winding. 2) 2nd : Circuit followings output winding of transformer. 3) f (Frequency) : Switching frequency (T : Switching cycle) 4) Duty : (Ton/T) x 100

13-1-2 Circuit description [FLY-Back RCC(Ringing Choke Converter)] Control


(a) AC Power Rectification/Smoothing Terminal
1) PADT1 : Convert AC power to DC (Wave rectification). 2) PRCU1 : Smooth the voltage converted to DC. 3) PALT1, PALT2, PACT1, PACT2 : Noise removal at power input/output. 4) PLRU1 : Rush current limit resistance at the momemt of power cord insertion. Without PLRU1, the bridge diode might be damaged as the rush current increases. (b) SNUBBER Circuit : PSRZ1, PSRZ2, PSCX1, PSCZ2, PSDZ1

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

Vswitch Inverted power by leakage inductance

dt

1) Prevent residual high voltage at the terminals of switch during switch off/Suppress noise. High inverted power occurs at switch off, because of the 1st winding of transformer : (V=-L1 xdi/dt. L1 : Leakage Induction) A very high residual voltage exist on both terminals of PQQX1 because dt is a very short. 2) SNUBBER circuit protects PQQX1 from damage through leakage voltage suppression by RC, (Charges the leakage voltage to PSDZ1 and PSCX1 and discharges to PSRZ1, PSRZ2). 3) PPCF2 : For noise removal

0 Toff

Fig. 13-2 (c) PQIZ1 Vcc circuit 1) PVRL1, PVRL2, PVRL3 : PQIZ1 driving resistance (PQIZ1 works through driving resistance at power cord in) 2) PQIZ1 Vcc : PVRL4, PVDL1, PVCL1 ! Use the output of transformer as Vcc,because the current starts to flow into transformer while PQIZ1 is active @ Rectify to PVDL1 and smooth to PVCL1. # Use the output of transformer as PQIZ1 Vcc : The loads are different before and after PQIZ1 driving. (Vcc of PQIZ1 decreases below OFF voltage , using only the resistance dut to lode increase after PQIZ1 driving.)

(d) Feedback Control Circuit

3.3V
PPDD2

Fig. 13-3

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

1) F/B terminal of PQIZ1 determines output duty cyle. 2) C-E (Collector-Emitter) of PQIZ1 and F/B potential of PQIZ1 are same.

13-1-3 Internal Block Diagram (Internal Block Diagram of S.M.P.S. Circuit)


3.3V Rectified Smoothing Circuit Noise Removal (SNUBBER) Rectified Circuit

Smoothing Circuit Converter

5V Rectified Smoothing Circuit 12V Rectified Smoothing Circuit

5V Rectified VoltageCircuit (x3) 12V Rectified VoltageCircuit(X3)

O U T P U T

Line Filter

PWM Control Circuit (ICE2BSO1) Voltage Detection Circuit

3.3V Rectified Smoothing Circuit

Power IN (110V)

Fig. 13-4

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-2 AV Codec
DVD MULTI DRIVE (SERVO) ATAPI IEL-P58 U23,U24 M13S128168A (DDR SDRAM) 32bit LOAXIAL OPTILAL

SDRAM I/F

Audio output block


AIC1 PCM1742KE (AUDIO D/A)

AUDIO OUT (Digital,Ainalog) HOST I/F

I2S

VIDEO OUT DIC3 AM29DL323GB (Flash Memory) 16bit

Y,Pb,Pr, Y/C, CVBS

Video output block

DIC1 DMN8602 (A/V CODEC)

IEEE 1934 (DV input) block

PIC1 TSB41AB1 (1394 PHY)

8bit

DV I/F

Audio input block

AIC9 PCM1802 (AUDIO A/D)

I2S

AUDIO IN

Video input block

TIC1 TW9906 (VIDEO DEC)

ITU-R656

VIDEO IN Front Panel I/F

IC601 MN101DF10G (Front MICOM)

Fig. 13-5 Main system control A/V Encoding/Decoding Transcoding/rating IEEE 1394 link layer function ATAPI interface with DVD-Multi Drive Analog Progressive/interlaced video output

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-2-1 DIC1 Processor Internal Architecture Diagram

SPARC Processor Core Data I - Cache Memory/ Cache Audio DSP Host And And Memory Graphics

SPARC Processor Core Data I - Cache Memory/ Cache Audio DSP Host And And Memory Graphics

SDRAM 32

1X10 YUV

Video Interface

Video DSP and memory

Motion Estimator and memory

Memory/ Cpntroller

64

2Port

Audio Interface

Host Interface

Bitstream/ Storage Inter face

1394 Link Interface

Serial I/O

DENC

4Port SPDIF

16/32

Fig. 13-6

13-2-2 A/V Processor (DIC1) Functional description


1) SPARC Processors Two 32-bit SPARC processors, one dedicated to video processing and the other assigned general system tasks and audio processing, perform three classes of functions: system processing, audio processing, and high-level control flow and decision-making tasks for video processing. Optionally, they can also perform 2D graphics and host functions. The DMN8602 also support multiple video inputs, windowed video ad graphics with arbitrarily relocatable and resizable windows, letterbox, and side-by-side display of SD sources. 2) Host Interface The host communication functions include initializing the DMN-8602 device, downloading software to the local SDRAM, sending commands, monitoring status, and downloading graphics data such as OSD bitmap.

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

3) Bitstream/Storage interface ATAPI Controller ATAPI is an asynchronous, 120ns, 16-bit word interface commonly used to connect devices such as hard disks, CD/DVD ROMs, and DVD RAMs. All operations are initiated by reading/writing a set of ATAPI device registers through programmed input/output(PIO) data transfer. ATAPI has DMA commands for transferring long data. The ATAPI register address is defined by the output pins CS0, CS1, DA[2:0]. The IEEE1394 interface can receive MPEG-2 transport stream or DV stream data contained in isochronous packets (IPs). The DMN-8602 device filters the packets by matching channel IDs. In the case of MPEG-2 transport streams, the DMN-8602 device performs descrambling on the data that is scrambled with 5C encryption. Software is responsible for transport section processing and demultiplexing. 4) Video Interface Video Input channel The video input channel captures ITU-R BT.656-compliant 10-bit digital YUV component video stream from Video decoder chip(TIC1) Video Digital Encoder (DENC) The NTSC/PAL digital video encoder (DENC) module converts a digital video data stream into NTSC or PAL composite or component video output. The DMN-8602 DENC output can be in one of the following formats: Baseband composite NTSC (M) or PAL (B,D,G,H,I) analog video. Separate analog luma(Y) and chroma(C) output to support S-Video. Separate analog component video RGB or SMPTE YPbPr output. 5) Audio Interface The serial audio input port receives uncompressed 16- to 24-bit serial digital audio data from external audio ADC(AIC9). An internally generated clock provides bit serial clocking of the data coming from external ADC The serial audio output port sends uncompressed 16- to 24-bit serial digital audio data to external audio DAC(AIC1). An internally generated clock provides bit serial clocking of the data coming from external ADC 6) Serial I/O interface SPI interface The SPI(Serial Peripheral Interface) port provides a bus for a serial interface with front panel micom(FIC1) IDC interface The IDC bus is a simple, two-wire, bidirectional communication bus. The two signals, clock and data, are com mon to every device connected to the bus. In this system, IDC bus is connected to EEPROM(DIC8) and Video Decoder(TIC1)

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-3 SERVO (DVP Multi Drive)


1) Pick-Up Data in the disc is processed from the optical pick-up unit (OPU). OPU includes the Elantec chip (EL6912c) which is a highly integrated laser diode driver designed to support multi-standard writable optical drives. This chip also has an IV amplifier with concurrent read and write sampling. The architecture allows reprogramming of the timers to support different media DVD or CD standards, and different speed. 2) A-Chip A chip is RF processor. This module performs RF signal processing which includes RFIP, RFIN, AGC, RF equal izer. This processor is able to detect tracking error, focus error and various signals such as CE, PE, SBAD, DEFECT, BCA, MIRROR, Wobble, TZC, RC, and RECD. 3) C-Chip C-Chip is composed of DP1, PRML and WS. First, the Data processor1 (DP1) performs EFM/EFM+ Demodulation and data is stored in the buffer memory in data processor2 (DP2). DVD data in this buffer is transferred to CSS/ATAPI through error-correction code (ECC), descramble process and error detection code (EDC). Second, WS performs the following processes. !Delay compensation using Shift register @Sample/Hold pulse generation #I/V Gain Control $Providing clock for RF chip %OPC Control signal generation Lastly, PRML completes the adaptive EQ/VD and Digital PLL. 4) D-Chip D-Chip consists of Servo DSP, DP2 and 1Mbit memory. Servo DSP is dealing with controlling the servo-mecha nism in DVD recorder. Servo-DSP has the following features. !Bulit-in 10Bit ADC(8ch), DAC(3ch) and PWM(7ch) @Step Motor Control Logic: Macro/Micro Step #Track Counter: long distance velocity control direct seek $Shock/Defect detection %Header (DVD-RAM)/Land Pre-Pit (DVD-R/RW) Detection ^Several Servo Monitor Signal Detection &RF IC Interface * Micom Interface (Digital Servo Control of focus, tracking, sled and seek )Disc Auto-Detection 1Automatic Adjustment of the offset, balance and gain of Focus and Tracking Signal 2Direct Seek with Velocity Control 3Step Motor Control: Macro Seek 4De-Track and Lens Shift Detection and Compensation 5Center Error Control 6DVD Layer Jump 7Tilt Detect and Compensation DP2 performs High Speed ECC and CD DA Decoder.

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

5) ATAPI Controller ATAPI (ATA Packet Interface) the standard interface protocol used to connect the CD/DVD Drive to IDE inter face. Data from the front-end is processed to back-end through this ATAPI protocol. Sanyo chip (LC98600CTXB0) is utilized for ATAPI interface. LC98600CT-XB0 has the following features. !ECC and EDC correction/addition for CD-ROM data @Subcode decoding/encoding #Spindle servo control $CLV/CAV servo control using ATIP data %ATIP decoding and CRC check functions ^ Providing random EFM output for PCA use &High-accuracy write strategy signal output enabled (CD-R 52x) *Buffer RAM can be accessed by the microcontroller through the LC98600CT-XB0 (Built-in ATA-PI(IDE) interface (supports Ultra DMA modes 0,1, and 2) )52x decoding speed/52x encoding speed supported with 33.8688Mhz 1Maximum transfer speed PIO mode: 16.6 MB/s (with IORDY), Ultra-DMA: 66MB/s (with DMARQ) 2User can freely set the CD main channel, C2 flag, and subcode areas in buffer RAM 3Built-in batch transfer function for transferring (CD main channel, C2 flag, etc., in a single operation) 4Built-in multi-transfer function (allows multiple blocks to be sent to the host automatically in a single operation)

A.chip (RIC1) FPD,PD,I/V amp RF Signal (AGC/EQ)

C.chip (CIC1)

D.chip (DIC1)

PRML SERVO Processor

HOST

Servo Error (FE/TE/CE/PE SBAD/RC/TILT) ENDEC Pick up LD,LD Driver Focus Actuator Tracking Actuator APC & OPC TILT Actuator WRITE STRATEGY Tray Motor Motor Driver Miscellaneous Signal (DFT/LPP /WOBBLE)

ECC Processor

ATAPI chip (ZIC1)

Sled Motor

Spindle Motor

Deck

MICOM (MIC1)

Fig. 13-7

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-4 Video Input


13-4-1 Video Input Outline
DVD-R120 is the two Line Video input. Line 1 Video input is CVBS1 & S-Video1 at the Rear Panel. Line 2 Video input is CVBS2 at the Front Panel. The analog Video signal select Line 1 or Line 2 by the IC601 (Front Micom). TIC1 (Video Decoder) diverges from the 27MHz crystal, then generates ITU-R656 (10bits) and 27MHz clock. TIC1 (Video Decoder) does closed caption, copy guard detect processing and A/D conversion of analog Video signal converted into 11bit Digital Video signal (ITU-R656 Format) is outputted via DIC1 (MPEG2 Decoder & Encoder with video Encoder) of digital part.

RF Line 1 (Rear) Video Input

CVBS CVBS 1 Y1 C1 CVBS2 Y BU4052 Analog Mux IC201 CVBS ITU-R656 10bit 27MHz

Line 2 (Front) Video Input

Video Decoder TIC1

V_SYNC /RSTAV SCL SDA

A/V CODEC DIC1

Fig. 13-8

13-4-2 Analog Mux (BU4052)


IC201 is Analog Mux. As Pin 9, 10 of the IC201 are controlled by the Front Micom, IC201 select RF OF CVBS(Pin12) Line1 of CVBS[Pin14] and Line2 of CVBS[Pin 15]. The analog Video Signal of IC201 output is selected by the ic601 via TIC1(Video Decoder : TW9906) of analog Video input parts.

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-4-3 NTSC/PAL Video Decoder (TW9906 : Video Decoder)


The TIC1 (Video Decoder : TW9906) device is a high quality, single-chip digital video decoder that digitizes and decodes all popular baseband analog video formats into digital component video. The TIC1 (Video Decoder : TW9906) supports the analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion of component RGB and YPbPr signals, as well as the A/D conversion and decoding of NTSC, PAL and SECAM composite and S-video into component YCbCr. This TIC1 (Video Decoder : TW9906) includes four 10-bit 30-MSPS A/D converters. and A/D conversion of 10bit analog Video signal converted into Digital Video signal (ITU-R656 Format) is outputted via DIC1 (MPEG2 Decoder & Encoder with video Encoder) of digital part. The following output formats supply 10-bit 4:2:2 YCbCr to the DIC1 (MPEG2 Decoder & Encoder with video Encoder) of digital part. On CVBS and S-video inputs, the user can control video characteristics such as contrast, Brightness, saturation, and hue via an I2C DIC1 port [PIN V17, V18] interface. The TW9906 decoder includes methods for advanced vertical blanking interval (VBI) data retrieval. The VBI data processor (VDP) slices, parses, and performs error checking on teletext, closed caption (CC), Copy Guard Detect Processing and other VBI data.

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-5 Video Output


13-5-1 Outline
DIC1 (MPEG2 Decoder & Encoder with video Encoder) diverges from the 13.5MHz crystal, then generates VSYNC and HSYNC. DIC1 (MPEG2 Decoder & Encoder with video Encoder) does RGB encoding, copy guard processing and D/A conversion of 10bit Video signal converted into analog signal is outputted via amplifer of analog part.

CVBS Y C A/V CODEC DIC1 Y Cb Cr MM1623 VIC1 LOW PASS FILTER (6MHz) 6dB AMP & 75ohm Drive

CVBS

Y C Y Cb Cr

Front Micom IC601

PSO

Fig. 13-9

13-5-2 NTSC/PAL Digital


DIC1 inputted from pin E1 with 13.5MHz generates HSYNC and VSYNC which are based on video signal. DIC1 is synchronous signals with decoded video signal. The above signals, which are CVBS (Composite Video Burst Synchronized), Y(S_Video), C(S_Video), Y(Component)/G(Green), Cr(component)/R(Red), Cb(component)/B(Blue), are selectively outputted 480i (interlaced Video Output), 480P(progressive Video Output) by the Pront button DiC1 adopts 10bit D/A converter. DIC1 perform video en-coding as well as copy protection.

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-5-3 Amplifier (MM1623)


VIC1 is 6dB amplifier. Based on CVBS signal, the final output level must be 2Vpp without 75ohm terminal resistance. Because the level of video encoder output is only 1Vpp, the level is adjusted with the special amplifier. When mute of pin 3 is high active, if the pin is floating and connect to power, the output signal is never out putted. CVBS, Y, C, Y(R), Cb(B), Cr(R) outputted from video encoder are inputted to VIC1 [Pin4, 6, 2, 10, 12, 14] respec tively. The signal to which gain is adjusted by amplifier is outputted from jack via 75ohm Resistance (VR30,31,32,33,34,60).

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-6 Audio
13-6-1 Input Block
DVD-R120 has two stereo line input terminals. and internal TV-audio from RF Tuner Block. These three Analog audio signal source are converted to digital data by Input Block. Input Block has a Multiplexer (IC203), Input Filter (AIC81, AIC82), and A/D converter (AIC9). IC203 change its output by selection control signal from IC601 (Front Micom). The output signal of IC203 are filtered by OP-Amp (AIC81, AIC82). AIC81 (L-ch) have two op-amp in each.

13-6-2 Output Block


DVD-R120 has two stereo analog line out terminal, and two digital output terminal. Decoded signal by DIC1 is inputted to AIC1 (D/A Converter), then filtered and amplified by AIC4 (OP-Amp). And the digital audio signal (IEC-958) is drived by AIC3 inverter and ouputted in Optical/Coaxial (S/PDIF) terminal.

Line Input 1 (Rear) Line Input 2 (Front) TV Audio (from tuner block)

L1-in R1-in L2-in L2-in RF-L RF-R IC203 BU4052 Multiplexer

AIC81 4560 OP-AMP AIC9 PCM1802 (Audio A/D Coverter)

SCKI BCK LRCK DOUT

AIC82 4560 OP-AMP

DIC1 DMN8602 A/V Processor (Dolby AC-3 Encoder/Decoder)


AIC4 4560 OP-AMP SCKI BCK L-out R-out AIC1 PCM1742KE (Audio D/A Coverter) AIC3 74HCU04 (Inverter for Digital Out) LRCK DOUT ML MC MD

IC601 (micro controller)

Line out 1 (Rear) Line out 2 (Rear) Optical Out Coaxial Out

IEC958 DATA

Fig. 13-10 Samsung Electronics 13-13

Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-7 Tuner
1) Low Pass Filter & High Pass Filter This consists of IF trap circuit and UHF & VHF separation circuit. If the input signal is IF (45.75MHz), this filter prevents interference. 2) Single tune This consists of a filter circuit, RF AMF, impedance conversion circuit, image trap and a single tuning circuit. It prevents noise and other interference signals. It is very important part which improves NF (noise figure) and prevents the various of spurious signals. 3) RF AMF RF AMF is made of FET (Field Effects Transistor). It is controlled by AGC coming from IF DEMOD block. 4) Double tune It consists of a double tuning circuit to improve characteristic of rejection that results in a better band characteristic. 5) Mixer IC (Mixer, OSC, PLL) It consists a VHF and UHF OSC and Mixer circuit. We applied mixer to make better characteristic of rejection, it shows especially various beat characteristic. 6) PLL IC The PLL IC plays a role selection of Tuner channel. It was built-in three wire PLL IC, charge pump and band driver. The minimum of step frequency is 31.25KH z.

a Fran Modulafor

VHF 8.P.F ~ ~ ~

VHF SingleTune

c VHF RF Amp

VHF Double Tune

<AGC > e 1 3 Mixer 5 IF Amp 12 < +B > IF Single < IF >

Fram IF Sectlon

TO IF Sect lon

Fram IF Sect lon

OSC 8uffer

VHF OSC f PLL IC 10 7 8 9 OSC Amp Prog.Dirlder 4

V V U 9 8 6
L
H

Mix IC IC100

1/8 Prescaler

Band Driver 4MHz 15 X-tal ~ 1

Band Driver

2 VHF OCS VHF L.P.F

Phese Code

3wice Bas Recelver

1 Charge Pump 14 13 12

VHF Single Tune

VHF -RF Amp

VHF Mixer VHF Double Tune VHF OSC

16

^ PB

& TU

* ( ) CLOCK DATA ENABLE

1 LOCK

Fig.13-11

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

13-8 IF
1) SAW FILTER It passes only needed band of the signal that is converted to IF frequency and decrease the others band to minimize the effect of adjacent channel. 2) RF AGC Control It used adjusting to determine RF AGC working point in tuner. 3) VCO Tank When VCO tank detects PLL, it makes the signal which sets a standard. 4) AFT (Auto Frequency Tuning) AFT automatically controls the oscillator frequency in the tuner, so that it retains a constant level. It is a quadrature detection type. The carrier, which is detected from video det is directly input to AFT. The 90 degree delayed phase signal is input at the same time to AFT and, the results come out. 5) IF AMP IF signal , which is selected in Saw filter, is amplified in IF amp frequency enough to be detected. The IF amp has parallel inputs & outputs structure.

d 4.5 MHz Tunlng b RF AGC Control

1 FM Det 2

Lim Amp AGC

24

SIF filter 4.5MHz

Video Det 4 Video Amp 21

From Tuner Section

a SAM Filter (IF Amp)

5 6 APC Det N.S.C APC Tine Const SW VCD Lock Det IF AGC EQ.Amp B/W 19 SIF Trap

17 16 15 14 c VCD Tank

To Tuner Section RF AGC

Pra Amp 10 11 AFT Tank 12 RF AGC Amp AFT

Mix

To Tuner Section

3 +B

4 AUDIO OUT

5 AFT OUT

6 VIDEO OUT

Fig. 13-12

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Circuit Operating Descriptions

MEMO

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14. Reference Information


14-1 About IEEE-1394
14-1-1 Comparison between IEEE-1394 and other digital interfaces
Since there are ma ny different interfaces available, for exam ple, RS 422, RS 644, and US B, vision sys tem integ rators are very likely to be con fused whe n choos ing th e righ t interf ace for th eir appl icat ion. For the ide al design of a visi on syste m, it is vital to have the righ t bus/ inte rface. To make things even more com plex , ther e is no ea sy answer such as EE E- 139 4 is the best choic e. I Furthe rm ore, the ne w Cam eraL ink standa rd, pro moted by com pan ies such as Puln ix, Basl er AG, an d man y frame grabb er compani es, seem s to be the stat e of the art interf ace. So why shou ld IEEE-1394 b e a n a lternative? Thes e ques tions are as comple x as most vision app licatio ns and the re is no simple gui de line . Each of the se interfaces offers ma ny benefits and each of the m has its individual drawb ack s and res tric tio ns. In the tab le belo w, we try to give a bri ef com pa rison of the most pop ula r interfac e syste m s.

RS 644 [1] Topology Adapter Windows Driver G uaranteed Bandwidth Cable Length Link Frame Grabber Proprietary ~ 20 to 40 MBytes/s ~ 10 m @ 40 MHz ~ 20 m @ 20 MHz Wires Needed for 8 Data Bits Parameter Port 22 [3] No

CameraLink Link Frame Grabber Proprietary ~ 255 MBytes/s ~ 10 meters

IEEE-1394 Bus Standard Adapter Native


(Win 200, Win 98)

USB 2 Bus Standard Adapter Native (support delayed) ~ 38 MBytes/s [2] 5 meters

~ 32 MBytes/s [2] 4.5 meters

10 1 KByte/s

4 ~ 8 MBytes/s
[2]

2 ~ 9 MBytes/s
[2]

[1] These specs are for a typical 8-bit camera application operating at 20 MHz or at 40 MHz. [2] 80% of the bus bandwidth is used for image data and 20% is used for parameter data. [3] 16 wires are used for data bit transfer and two wires each are used for the separate Line Valid, Frame Valid, and Pixel Clock signals required with RS-644 transmission.

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A caref ul com pa rison of the spe cification s sho wn in the table shou ld be your first sele ction gui de for th e interf ace. For exam ple, for an integ rat or who nee ds very high spe ed , USB 2 and IEE E1394 are not the first choice. On the other hand, these buse s are the ones to select in cases where mul tiple cam eras are needed or cos t is a critical issue. Also, the user needs to be awar e that the D-Cam spe cific ation curre ntly do es no t speci fically supp ort Lin e Scan camera s. How ever, the spec ification is op en an d line scan sup por t coul d be achie ved via Fo rm at 7. As for USB 2, it is still in its infan cy in m achin e vision an d we are not aw are of any kind of machi ne visi on suppor t.

14-1-2 Fiexibility and Cost Reduction


Man y image proc essing app licatio n en gin ee rs fac e a fa milia r group of pro blem s whe n des igni ng and build ing a syste m. The end user requi res system flexib ility, simpl e adapt atio n, fast delive ry tim es, and m ost impo rtantl y a reasonable price. With conve ntio nal syste ms, wheth er analo g or dig ital , eng ine ers must confine them selv es to certai n com bina tion s of the existing camera s, frame grab ber s, and softwa re. The product choi ce for this syste m config ura tion is limite d. Unle ss the de cision is mad e to use a high cost fram e grab be r that supp orts multiple cameras, sometimes know n as multi-norm , it is usu all y not po ss ible to op erate ca mera s with differen t reso lutio ns from the sam e fram e grabbe r. For many app licatio ns, the intr odu ctio n of dig ital cam eras is hind ered by the cost spe cified by the en d custom er, howe ver tec hnica lly effe ctiv e dig ital cameras may be. With the increa sed use of IEE E-1394 in the industrial imag e proces sing business , ma ny of these problems are solvable in a sure , safe , and cost effec tive way. 1) Hatdware Cost Example This example com pares two simi lar vision syst ems. Each syst em uses four M egapix el reso lution dig ital cam eras . The traditio na l solu tion con sists of one fram e grab be r per camera, on e parallel dig ital data cable per camera, and on e po wer sup ply per cam era. The 1394 soluti on requi res on e hu b an d on e interfac e card to con ne ct the fou r cam eras , alo ng with five ine xpe nsive 1394 cabl es. The 13 94 cable s carry po wer to the cam eras dir ectly from the com puter s inter na l pow er sup ply. (Note tha t no t all com pute rs are capab le of sup plyi ng en ou gh powe r for the cam eras. In som e cases a sep arate powe r supply may be required.)

Traditional Solution with multiple frame grabbers Four Cameras Four Frame Grabbers Four Cables Four Power Supplies Total

Price 18,000 4,400 400 320 $23,120

1394 Solution Four 1394 Cameras One 1394 Interface Card One 1394 Hub Five Cables Total

Price 18,000 100 120 150 $18,370

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14-1-3 Application Examples


Toda y, there are alrea dy ap plica tions realiz ing the be ne fits of IEEE-1 39 4 techn olo gy. For exam ple, at one of our custo mer site s, Basle r was faced with a visi on syste m which has the follo wing specific atio ns: The machin e is a hig h-s pee d ass em bly sys tem . Two ind epe nd en t robo ts tak e diffe ren t par ts (diffe ren t in size, sha pe, an d ref lection) from a sup po rt unit an d mou nt the se parts on a moun ting plate. Timin g is crucial, and in the wor st case, a part mu st be take n from the tray ever y 100 ms . Accu racy of parts mo unti ng is also critical (0.5 mm) . To have a visi on syst em inspecti ng these op era tions , 4 cam eras (2 on each of the rob ots) are ne ed ed : 2 low resolu tion Basler A3 02 f camera s (64 0 x 480 ) for che cking if the moun ting plate is in pla ce 2 hig h-res olution Ba sler A10 1f cameras (13 00 x 103 0) for che cking the com pon en ts to be mo unted. Sin ce most of the parts are diffe ren t, the tw o A10 1f cameras must be recon figured befor e alm ost every imag e acquisit ion. In the worst case, th e AO I, shutt er, and som etim es ga in ne ed to be ad jus ted .

1) Solution used before Basler s Intervention The custom er used ana log camera s with CCIR res oluti on (768 x 582) on ly. This drast icall y res tric ted the num ber of parts which cou ld be m oun ted usi ng the robo ts. Sin ce thes e cam era s had no com munic ation por t for con figu rat ion, ad jus ting the AOI was not possible and differ en ces in refl ection of the parts ne ed ed to be adj usted for by driving a flash circuit. All camera s were interface d into one fram e grabber (one PC) .

2) Possible solution wih digial cameas using RS 644 OR Camera Link Using RS 64 4 or CameraL ink based camera s, the custom er would need one fram e grab be r for each camer a. It is very likely tha t the user would need two PCs (one for each robot). Cha nging the cam era-c onfig ura tion on the fly would requ ire adv ance d grab be r cards since sim ple grabb ers are not capab le of easily cha ng ing th eir regist ers fo r differe nt AO Is.

3) IEEE-1394 solution All cam eras are attache d to a sing le interface card in the PC . The Ba sler A3 02 f is only used when a ne w moun ting plate is pos itione d by the ha nd ler. In norm al op era tion , on ly the two Ba sler A1 01 f cam eras will be sendi ng data at the same tim e and they will be ope rat ing at abo ut 10 FPS. This results in a data rate of about 27 MB ytes/s, whi ch is well within the spe cification for IEEE- 1394. Since IEE E-1394 supports bi-directional com mu nication between the came ra and the PC, before ea ch frame cap ture , the PC can easily cha nge resolution , gain , offs et, shutte r spee d, or wha tev er is req uire d.

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The IEE E-13 94 soluti on res ults in the se clea r ad vanta ge s fo r the custom er: O nly one PC, On ly one inter fac e card (very inexpe nsive compare d with frame grab ber cards ), Ea sy and inexpens ive cabl ing , The syste m meet s the expect ations for spee d and accu racy, The ran ge of inspect abl e parts is mu ch big ger than with the old syste m.

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