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DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/ NS405/NS410/NS415

RMT-D141A/D142A/D142O/D142P
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DVP-NS315/NS415

SERVICE MANUAL

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DVP-NS305/NS310/NS405/NS410

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DVP-NS305/NS405

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DVP-NS305

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DVP-NS315

SPECIFICATIONS
System
Laser: Semiconductor laser Signal format system: NTSC/PAL (To change the color system)

Outputs/Inputs (DVP-NS315/NS415) Outputs (DVP-NS305/NS310/NS405/NS410)


(Jack name: Jack type/Output or Input level/ Load impedance) LINE IN (AUDIO)*: Phono jack//47 kilohms (DVP-NS315/NS415) LINE OUT (AUDIO): Phono jack/2 Vrms/ Over 10 kilohms DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)*: Optical output jack/18 dBm (wave length: 660 nm) DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL): Phono jack/ 0.5 Vp-p/75 ohms COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y, PB, PR): Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p/PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p/ 75 ohms (DVP-NS315/NS415) LINE IN (VIDEO)*: Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p/ 75 ohms (DVP-NS315/NS415) LINE OUT (VIDEO): Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p/ 75 ohms S VIDEO OUT: 4-pin mini DIN/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms
* DVP-NS405/NS410/NS415 only

General
Power requirements: 120 V AC, 60 Hz/ 110 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz See page 1-1 for further information. Power consumption: 12 W/13 W See page 1-1 for further information. Dimensions (approx.): 430 62 255 mm (17 2 1/2 10 1/8 in.) (width/height/ depth) incl. projecting parts Mass (approx.): 2.3 kg (5 5/64 lb) Operating temperature: 5 C to 35 C (41 F to 95 F) Operating humidity: 25 % to 80 %

Audio characteristics
Frequency response: DVD VIDEO (PCM 96 kHz): 2 Hz to 44 kHz (1.0 dB)/DVD VIDEO (PCM 48 kHz): 2 Hz to 22 kHz (0.5 dB)/CD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz (0.5 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio (S/N ratio): 115 dB (LINE OUT (L/R) AUDIO jacks only) Harmonic distortion: 0.003 % Dynamic range: DVD VIDEO: 103 dB/CD: 99 dB Wow and flutter: Less than detected value (0.001% W PEAK) The signals from LINE OUT L/R (AUDIO) jacks are measured. When you play PCM sound tracks with a 96 kHz sampling frequency, the output signals from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) jack are converted to 48 kHz sampling frequency.

Supplied accessories
See page 1-3. Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

ENERGY STARR is a U.S. registered mark. As an ENERGY STARR Partner, Sony Corporation has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STARR guidelines for energy efficiency.

CD/DVD PLAYER

SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS


3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
MB-103 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-15 to 4-28) IC404 16M SDRAM

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

AV-61 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-31 to 4-34)

J103 V, Y, C

S VIDEO OUT LINE OUT

BASE UNIT
KHM-270AAA/J1RP OPTICAL DEVICE

IC303 16M DRAM IC102 VIDEO BUFFER CN103 RF+ DVD/CD RF AMP, DIGITAL SERVO IC301 ARP, SERVO DSP SPDIF, ACH12, ACH34, ACH56, BCK, LRCK SDI 0 7 AV DECODER Y, Cb, Cr D1 VIDEO OUT J104 (1/2)

VIDEO 2

VIDEO 1

IC403 IC201 DVD/CD PD IC RF

CDDOUT, CDDATA, CDBCK, CDLRCK

FOCUS COIL J201 COAXIAL PARALLEL BUS TRACKING COIL IC202 INLIMIT SENSOR SPINDLE MOTOR FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, SPINDLE/SLED/ LOADING MOTOR DRIVE SPDIF IC204 OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT

IC106 FLASH MEMORY IC104

SLED MOTOR

M
IC101 EEPROM

SYSTEM CONTROL LINE OUT J101 (2/2) L AUDIO 2 R L AUDIO 1 R

S001 CHUCK/TRAY DETECT

SERIAL BUS

MS-81 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-17)

EVER+3.3V AI+5V AU+11V SW13V

SW+3.3V +5V +11V

+1.8V

REG

SWITCHING REGULATOR (SRV1246JUC)


(SEE PAGE 4-37) IC403 REG IC404 F101 2A AC IN 100V 50/60Hz
SW801 POWER

AU+5V

M001 LOADING MOTOR

IC601

IC201 AUDIO AMP

AUDIO D/A CONVERTER

ND401 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE EVER+3.3V SW+3.3V +5V SW+11V EVER13V P CON IF COM FUNCTION KEY

D101-104 SWITCHING REG

POWER

IF-89 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-9)

16

3-1

3-2

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-2. RF/SERVO BLOCK DIAGRAM


6 CN202 1 (CD PB) 6 CN202 1 (DVD PB) 7 CN202 3
(DVD PLAY)

7 CN202 3
(CD PLAY)

210mVp-p 0.2usec/div 440mVp-p 40usec/div 640mVp-p 20ms/div 20ms/div 210mVp-p

BASE UNIT
KHM-250AAA/J1RP

MB-103 BOARD (1/4)


(SEE PAGE 4-15, 17, 19) IC201 DVD/CD RF AMP, DIGITAL SERVO CN203 RF 22 24 25 17 16 2 RF IN 14 AD 11 7 A2 D2 10 EH 15 23 18 26 20 15 EH 18 19 VC SRD 45 SWD SCLK 48 SDEN DFT 38 MON 44 SSDFCTI SS MON FE 42 TE 41 PI 36 MIRR 33 TZC 37 FE TE PI SIGO 59

8 CN202 4
(DVD PLAY)

8 CN202 4
(CD PLAY)

OPTICAL DEVICE

40ms/div

1.9Vp-p

200ms/div

1.8Vp-p

RF+

SIGNAL PROCESSOR (SEE PAGE 3-5)

AD

DVD/CD PD IC

125 ADC1 124 ADC0 126 ADC2 148 MIRR 152 TZC

VC

PD

13

21 DVDPD 22 CDPD

159 161 162 167

GIO6/SDI GIO7/SDO GIO8/SCK GIO13

147 DFCTI 131 ADC7

DVD/CD LD MODULE

DVD LD

Q201 DVD LD DRIVE Q202 CD LD DRIVE

25 DVD LD 129 ADC5, 6 130

CD LD

26 CD LD

VCI 39 LDON 27

IC301 (1/2) SERVO DSP

VR

12 153 GIO0/INT2 +3.3V IC202 42 40 VREF 43

FOCUS COIL

FCS

4 3

37 36

FOCUS COIL DRIVE

48 1

FDRV

20 POM 2, 3 22

HINT 11 HCS 12 XRESET 61

XSDPIT XSDPCS XRST

19 TRK TRACKING COIL DRIVE TDRV

TRACKING COIL

2 1

35 34

3 4 5

15 POM 0, 1 17 127 ADC3 128 ADC4

SLE SPFG

GIO1/INT3

PS 39 SPINDLE MOTOR

32 33 MDSO, MDPO

154

143 144 155 163 164 146 SYSTEM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-7)

SPM

9 8

27 28

SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE

13

21 SLED MOTOR

SPMUTE SLDA, SLDB

SLA, SLB

1 4

32 29

SLED MOTOR DRIVE

7 10 20

PWM2

MDSO MDPO

45

PWM0, 1

INLIMIT SENSOR

INLIM

47 46

GIO2/INT4

CN204

GIO9/FGREF GIO10/FGIN

XDRVMUTE

MS-81 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-17)


M001 LOADING MOTOR CN001 CN402 1 2 LDM 5 4 25 24

TSD-M 22

TSD

LOADING MOTOR DRIVE

16 17 15

LMP, LMM

LMCTL XLDON CKSW1 OCSW1

S001 CHUCK/TRAY DETECT 16 4 5 CKSW1 OCSW1 2 1

3-3

3-4

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-3. SIGNAL PROCESSOR BLOCK DIAGRAM


MB-98 BOARD (2/4)
(SEE PAGE 4-19 to 4-23) IC404 16M SDRAM IC303 16M DRAM

ADAD 0 11

ADDT 0 15

CLK, CKE, DQML, DQMU,

MEMD 0 15

MEMA 0 9

WE, RAS LCAS, UCAS

q; IC301 <zzz (CL301)


(DVD PLAY)

105-108 110-113 115 116 118 120 29 31 30

65 74 MA 0 9
40ns/div 1.2Vp-p

36 43 46 53 MD 0 15

135-138 140-143 145-148 150 151 153 154 SDDQ 0 15

122 124 125 127 129 130 132 133

CS, WE, CAS, RAS

qf IC403 tj

qg IC403 tl
H

950mVp-p

RF/SERVO (SEE PAGE 3-4)

RF+

111 RFIN1 113 RFIN2

77 SD 0 7 84

SDI 0 7

37 40 DTI 0 7 42 45 ICLKI IERRI ISTARTI IVALI IREQO

CN601 (1/3) Y/G CB/R CR/B COMPOUT YOUT COUT 5 3 1 11 7 9 Y/G Cb/R Cr/B V Y C

650mVp-p

G OUT 57 R OUT 59 B OUT 61 COMPOUT 65

qa IC301 <zzc (CL302)


(CD PLAY)

0.2s/div

1.4Vp-p

SDCK XSHD XSRQ XSAK SDEF IC301 (2/2) ARP

57 59 63 64

SDCK, XSHD, XSRQ, XSAK, SDEF

qh IC403 ya

47 51

VIDEO (SEE PAGE 3-9)

650mVp-p H

Y OUT 55 C OUT 63

DATA BCLK LRCK DOUT

169 170 175 56

CDDATA, CDBCK, CDLRCK, CDDOUT

31 32 34 35

CDIN2I CDIN1I CDBCKI CDLRKI

qk IC403 yg qj IC403 yd
H 1.1Vp-p

850mVp-p

XARPIT XARPCS XWAIT

26 XINT 27 XCS 28 XWAT

A07

2 9

HA 0 7

HA 0 21

168-169 171-174 176-179 181-184 186-189 191-194 25 7 10 12 15 17 20 97 99 98 101 102 TDI TCK TDO TMS TRST

HAD 0 21

qd IC403 tg

33MARP

150 CLKIN

D07

134 141

950mVp-p

HD 8 15

HD 0 15

HD 0 15 IC403

XWRH XRD

24 XWR 25 XRD

TDO TCK TDI TMS TRST

175 174 173 172 171

AV DECODER

TRST

LAND (FOR J TAG)

XRD XWRH

196 HCSn 197 HRWn VREFI 70

SYSTEM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-7)

HA 0 21 HD 0 15

HA 0 21 HD 0 15

RV401 VIDEO LEVEL ADJ

qs IC403 ws

XRST 512FSAVD

207 RSTn 22 ACLK

4.8Vp-p 40.8nsec

XAVDCS2 XAVDCS3 27MAVD

166 HAD23 167 HAD22 158 160 200 199 CLKI SCLKI HWAIT0n HIREQ0

ql IC403 <zb, <zn/

5.1Vp-p 37nsec

XAVDIT

16

DREQ0 DACK0 DREQ1 DACK1

3-5

DM ACK1 DM REQ1 DM ACK0 DM REQ0

ACH12 ACH34 ACH56 LRCKO BCKO DO

24 25 26 28 29 30

ACH12 LAND LRCK BCK SPDIF AUDIO (SEE PAGE 3-11)

202 205

3-6

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-4. SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM


MB-103 BOARD (3/4)
(SEE PAGE 4-25 to 4-28) IC106 FLASH

HA 0 21 HD 0 15

HA 0 21 HD 0 15
HA0 21 HD0 15

HA1 20

HD0 15

5 IC104 tf
85 100 HD 0 15 58
CSOX
1.8Vp-p 60.6nsec

1 5 102 109 111 118 120 HA 0 21 XRD XWRH SIGNAL PROCESSOR (SEE PAGE 3-5) XARPIT XARPCS XWAIT XRST 17 62 67 35 INT1 CS4X XWAIT XRST 70 XRD 71 XWRH

X1 53 X2 54 X101 16.5MHz

XARPRST 36 XRST XSDPIT XSDPCS XDRVMUTE XLDON CKSW1 OCSW1 IC101 EEPROM

WIDE

CN601 (2/3) 2 WIDE

VIDEO (SEE PAGE 3-9)

RF/SERVO (SEE PAGE 3-4)

18 63 48 82 56 57

INT2 CS5X XDRVMUTE WIDE CKSW1 OCSW1

IC104 SYSTEM CONTROL CN101 SI0 SO0 SCO XIFCS INT4 XFRRST 25 26 27 51 20 76 SI0 SO0 SC0 XIFCS IFBSY TRST 4 1 3 6 5 8 SI0 SO0 SC0 XIFCS XIFBUSY XFRRST

WP SCL SDA

7 6 5

7 WP 39 SCL 38 SDA

INTERFACE CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-13)

81 TRST XRST AUDIO (SEE PAGE 3-11)

48/44.1k

XAVDIT DREQ0 DACK0 DREQ1 DACK1 XAVDCS2 XAVDCS3

16 46 47 49 50 60 61

INTO DREQ0 DACK0 DREQ1 DACK1 CS2X CS3X

MAMUTE 83

MAMUTE

SO1 29 SC1 30 XDACS 79

SO1 SC1 XDACS

1 IC103 8
IC103 PLL
37nsec

SIGNAL PROCESSOR (SEE PAGE 3-5)

4.4Vp-p

3 IC103 qg
14 FSEL
29.5nsec 5.0Vp-p

4 IC103 9q;
XTI 7 X102 27MHz XTO 8 15 33-1OUT 512-2OUT 9 512-1OUT 10
40.8nsec 5.0Vp-p

33MARP

512FS2CH 512FS6CH

27MAVD

3 27-1OUT

2 IC103 3
512FSAVD
37nsec 5.5Vp-p

16

3-7

3-8

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-5. VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM


AV-61 BOARD (1/2)
(SEE PAGE 4-33)

1 IC102 ed
IC102 VIDEO BUFFER CN203 (1/2) V 15 V 3 VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT 33
H 2.5Vp-p

J104 (2/2) VIDEO 1 LINE OUT VIDEO 2

3 IC102 wl

2.0Vp-p H

J103

19

8 Y IN

Y OUT 29 Y C

S VIDEO OUT

SIGNAL PROCESSOR (SEE PAGE 3-6)

17

6 C IN 7 MUTE1

C OUT 31

2 IC102 ea

16 MUTE2 Y/G Cb/R Cr/B 21 23 25 Y Cb Cr 12 Y IN 15 Cb IN 17 Cr IN Y OUT 24 Cb OUT 22 Cr OUT 20

1.8Vp-p

5 IC102 ws

1.4Vp-p

4 IC102 wf 6 IC102 w;
2.0Vp-p H 1.4Vp-p H

CN103 Y Cb Cr

1 3 5 11

D1 VIDEO OUT

SYSTEM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-8)

WIDE

24

Q104, 105 WIDE SWITCH

LINE3

INTERFACE CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-13)

CN202 (1/2) VMUTE 1

16

3-9

3-10

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-6. AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM


AV-61 BOARD (2/2) MB-103 BOARD (4/4)
(SEE PAGE 4-27) (SEE PAGE 4-33) IC204 1 D IN OPTICAL

CN601 (3/3) SPDIF 16 SPDIF 10

CN203 (2/2) Q211 BUFFER

J201 COAXIAL

DIGITAL OUT

w; IC601 1
SIGNAL PROCESSOR (SEE PAGE 3-6) ACH12 BCK LRCK 512FS2CH XDACS XRST SC1 SO1 MAMUTE IC601
40.8nsec 5.2Vp-p

IC201 AUDIO AMP 17 15 21 23 ALT+ ALT ART+ ART 9 11 5 3 3 2 5 6 + + 1 Q208 MUTE Q207 MUTE J104 (2/2)

AUDIO D/A CONVERTER 3 SDTI 2 BICK 4 LRCK 1 6 5 7 8 MCLK CSN PDN CCLK CDTI AOUTL+ 12 AOUTL 11 AOUTR+ 10 AOUTR 9

L AUDIO 1

L AUDIO 2 DZFL 16 22 LMUTE D202 4 Q202, 204, 205 MUTE DRIVE CN202 (2/2) 2 A MUTE R LINE OUT

SYSTEM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-8)

24

MAMUTE

INTERFACE CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-13)

16

3-11

3-12

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-7. INTERFACE CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM


IF-89 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-9) CN404 SI0 SO0 SC0 SYSTEM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 3-8) XIFCS XIFBUSY 4 6 7 4 5 SI0 SO0 SC0 XIFCS XIFBUSY 16 SO 15 SI 17 /SC 14 /CS 27 BUSY IR 11 1 OUT IC406 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER

XFRRST

XFRRST

7 /FRRST

AUDIO (SEE PAGE 3-12)

CN402 A MUTE 2 23 /AMUTE

VIDEO (SEE PAGE 3-9)

VMUTE

24 /VMUTE PLAY 34 IC404 IF CON

S407

S405

S403

S402

S401

S408 O/C 35

S406 S404 SURRUND PICTURE MODE TVS 36

ND401 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE

34 12 5 11

47 SEG 1 23 69 77 DIG 1 7 71

CN401 POWER 37 POWER 1 SWITCHING REGULATOR

XIN 2 IC405 RESET VOUT 1 8 /RST XOUT 3 X401 8MHz

1 IC404 3

125nsec

3.9Vp-p

16

3-13

3-14

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-8. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2)


SWITCHING REGULATOR (SRV1246JUC)
(SEE PAGE 4-37) T101 POWER TRANSFORMER D221 L221 CN201 13 D211 L211 Q211 6 7 EVER+3.3V D311 L311 P311 Q311 12 +5V 12 6 AI+5V 11 3

IF-89 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-37)

EVER+11V

CN401 13

PS402 Q404, 405

CN402 5 AU+11V

SW+11V

EVER13V

PS401 3

SW13V

POWER 2 (SEE PAGE 3-17)

EVER+3.3V

AC IN 1 2

CN101

F101 L102 LINE FILTER

D101-104

D314 CN403 2 SW+11V 6 7 D611 L611 P611 Q611 8 SW+3.3V 8 IC403 IC412 +3.3V REG 11 EVER+3.3V +1.8V REG 3 VIN VOUT 2 CN404 7 3.3V MNT 1 +1.8V 4 +3.3V

+5V

+11V

IC101 SWITCH

POWER 2 (SEE PAGE 3-17)

D511

L512 3

EVER13V

PC101 PHOTO COUPLER IC611 SHUNT REG

Q621, 622 LED DRIVE

SW13V

D621/D622 STANDBY/ON

EVER+3.3V

IC406 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER

IC407 POWER SUPPLY

F1 ND401 F2 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE

IC405 RESET IC404 IF CON 30 PONCHK 26 PCONT VKK

Q712 POWER CONTROL


SW801 POWER

P-CONT

POWER

37 POWER

16

3-15

3-16

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

3-9. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2)


AV-61 BOARD
(SEE PAGE 4-31 to 4-34)

CN202 AI+5V 6 IC103 5V REG 2 IN Q201 POWER 1 (SEE PAGE 3-16) AU+11V 5 IC201 Q203, 216 SW13V 7 IC203 +5V REG 3 IN D201 EVER+3.3V 3 MUTE V OUT 1 AUDIO AMP OUT 3 IC102 VIDEO BUFFER

IC204 OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL

CN203 1

AU+5V

MB-103 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-15 to 4-28)


IC402 FL106 FILTER CN601 25 IC601 AUDIO D/A CONVERTER FL103 FILTER FL102 FILTER FL101 FILTER CN101 IC104 SYSTEM CONTROL FL404 FILTER IC404 16M SDRAM 5 VIN VOUT 4 IC401 +1.8V REG IC403 AV DECODER IC106 FLASH MEMORY or IC107 OTP +3.3V REG 5 VIN VOUT 4

FL402 IC103 PLL IC101 EEPROM FL110 FILTER FL105 POWER 1 (SEE PAGE 3-16) +5V 2 FILTER FL104 +1.8V 1 FILTER IC201 IC302 +3.3V REG IC202 FL109 +11V 5 FILTER FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, SPINDLE/SLED/ LOADING MOTOR DRIVE IC303 16M DRAM 5 VIN VOUT 4 IC301 ARP, SERVO DSP DVD/CD RF AMP, DIGITAL SERVO FL201 FILTER CN203 19 11 FILTER FL403 FILTER

3.3V MNT +3.3V

7 CN102 4 CN204 5 LED INLIMIT SENSOR

VCC MOD

OPTICAL DEVICE

16

3-17

3-18

SECTION 4 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS


4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

13

14

15

16

17

A
S G C Y
J103 S1 VIDEO OUT

S
AUDIO1 R AUDIO2 R J104 AUDIO1 L VIDEO1 AUDIO2 L VIDEO2 LINE OUT

AV-61 BOARD C
14 7

D1 VIDEO OUT

D
7P 25P

1
J201 COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT

CN202

D_GND_VIDEO

CN203

IC204

P_GND_AUDIO

P_GND_SPDIF

D_GND_VIDEO

D_GND_VIDEO

D_GND_VIDEO

D_GND_VIDEO

EVER+3.3V

OPTICAL

SW_-13V

VMUTE

MAMUTE

RGBSEL

RMUTE

LMUTE

EUROVY

AI+5V

AU+5V

SPDIF

Cb/R

WIDE 24 2

ART+

ART-

ALT+

ALT-

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

Y/G

22

23

AF-121 HARNESS
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 EVER+3.3V GND V_MUTE AI+5V A_MUTE AU+5V MAMUTE P_GND_2CH SPDIF RMUTE AU+11V LMUTE P_GND_SPDIF SW-13V ART+ ARTALT+

B to B

15

14

13

12

11

10

25

Cr/B

DISC/EXT

A_MUTE

AU+11V

GND

DISCEXT

GND

GND

EUROVY

GND

Y/G

Cb/R

WIDE

(FOR AF-121 HARNESS)

RGBSEL

ALT-

Cr/B

F
ND401

OPTICAL PICK-UP UNIT


CN203 26P TRKTRK+ FCSFCS+ N.C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 TRKTRK+ FCSFCS+ N.C CD LD N.C DVD LD LD GND SW MOD VR PD GND E D C G VCC VC GND RF F A B H 9P SPM+ 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 SPM+ SPMINLIM GND LED SLASLBSLB+ SLA+ FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DVD/CD PD IC 26P

CN402

G FL-126 BOARD
CN301 3P +5V N.C. D301 (DVD LED) LED PORT 1 2 3

FF-206 HARNESS
CN406 1 2 3 +5V N.C. LED PORT CN404 9P SOO GND SCO SIO XIFBUSY XIFCS 3.3V_MNT XFRRST S401-408 GND (PREV), 1 2 3 1 2 3 SO0 CN101 9P 3P

CN601

FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE

25P

CD LD/N.C N.C DVD LD LD GND SW/N.C

MOD 11 VR PD 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

GND GND SC0 E

FMM-041 FLAT CABLE

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

B to B

4 5 6 7 8 9

4 5 6 7 8 9

SI0 XIFBUSY XIFCS

MB-103 BOARD

D C G

3.3V_MNT VCC XFRRST VC GND GND RF F

I
PF-127 HARNESS

(STOP), (NEXT), (PLAY),

(PAUSE), PICTURE MODE, SURROUND,

(O/C)

CN405

10P 3.3V_MNT XFRRST XIFBUSY XIFCS SIO 1 2 3 4 5 6 (FOR CHECK) CN204 9P

A B H

SWITCHING REGURATOR (SRV1246JUC)

CN201

13P +11V(AUDIO) +5V EVER+3.3V D_GND D_GND SW+3.3V SW+11V 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CN401 +11V(AUDIO)

13P SOO SC0 7

SPMINLIM GND GND 8 LED IFRST 9 SLAPCONT 10 SLBCN403 (FOR MF-128 HARNESS) +1.8V +5V GND SW+3.3V +11V M_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 +1.8V +5V CN201 GND LDM+ 5P CN102 6P SLB+ SLA+

FMO-004 FLAT CABLE

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

M M

SLED MOTOR

+5V EVER+3.3V D_GND D_GND SW+3.3V SW+11V SW+11V M_GND M_GND EVER-13V P-CONT POWER

SPINDLE MOTOR

K
AC IN 100V 50/60Hz CN101 2 1 AC_IN(N) AC_IN(L) 2P

SW+11V M_GND M_GND EVER-13V P-CONT P-DET

CN001 5 4 3 2 1

5P

MS-81 BOARD
CHUCK/TRAY DETECT

+3.3V LDM+11V GND M_GND CKSW1 OCSW1

FMS-017 FLAT CABLE

1 2 3 4 5

LDM+ LDMGND CKSW1 OCSW1

IF-89 BOARD L
16

MF-128 HARNESS

M001 LOADING MOTOR

4-1

4-2

FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS


THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block)
(For printed wiring boards) X : indicates a lead wire mounted on the component side. x : indicates a lead wire mounted on the printed side. a : Through hole. b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) Caution: Pattern face side: (Side B) Parts face side: (Side A) Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated. (For schematic diagrams) All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF : F. 50V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in ohms, 1/4 W (Chip resistors : 1 /10 W) un-less otherwise specified. k=1000, M=1000k. Caution when replacing chip parts. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor, because it is damaged by the heat. All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. 2 : non flammable resistor 5 : fusible resistor C : panel designation f : internal component. C : adjustment for repair. U : B+ Line V : B Line Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Voltages are dc between measurement point. Readings are taken with a color-bar signals on DVD refer-ence disc and when playing CD reference disc. Readings are taken with a digital multimeter (DC 10MW). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances.
Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note : Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.

When indicating parts by reference number, pleas include the board name.

4-4

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

IF-089 BOARD
1 IC404 3

MB-103 BOARD
1 IC103 8 7 CN202 3
(CD PLAY)

AV-61 BOARD

qf IC403 tj

1 IC102 ed

125nsec

3.9Vp-p

37nsec

4.4Vp-p 20ms/div 210mVp-p

950mVp-p H
H 2.5Vp-p

2 IC103 3

8 CN202 4
(DVD PLAY)

qg IC403 tl

2 IC102 ea

37nsec

5.5Vp-p

40ms/div

1.9Vp-p

650mVp-p
H

1.8Vp-p

3 IC103 qg

8 CN202 4
(CD PLAY)

qh IC403 ya

3 IC102 wl

650mVp-p 29.5nsec 5.0Vp-p 200ms/div 1.8Vp-p H


H

2.0Vp-p

4 IC103 9q;

9 IC301 <zb/

qj IC403 yd

4 IC102 wf

40.8nsec

5.0Vp-p

30nsec

4.6Vp-p

850mVp-p H
H

2.0Vp-p

5 IC104 tf

q; IC301 <zzz (CL301)


(DVD PLAY)

qk IC403 yg

5 IC102 ws

1.8Vp-p 60.6nsec 40ns/div 1.2Vp-p H

1.4Vp-p

1.1Vp-p

6 CN202 1 (CD PB)

qa IC301 <zzc (CL302)


(CD PLAY)

ql IC403 <zb, <zn/

6 IC102 w;

1.4Vp-p

5.1Vp-p 0.2usec/div 440mVp-p 0.2s/div 1.4Vp-p 37nsec

6 CN202 1 (DVD PB)

qs IC403 ws

w; IC601 1

40usec/div

640mVp-p

4.8Vp-p 40.8nsec

40.8nsec

5.2Vp-p

7 CN202 3
(DVD PLAY)

qd IC403 tg

210mVp-p 20ms/div H 950mVp-p

4-5

4-6

WAVEFORMS
IF-089/MB-103/AV-61

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-7 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveform. 2 3 1
IF-89 BOARD
-REF.NO.:3000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE * :Cannot be measured

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

(SEE PAGE4-32)

TO MB-103 BOARD CN202

TO AV-61 BOARD CN202

IF COM

(SEE PAGE4-28)

CN404 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SOO

9P

B TO B

GND SCO SIO XIFBUSY XIFCS 3.3V_MNT XFRRST GND TO MB-103 BOARD(7/7) CN101

FOR MF-128 HARNESS

FOR AF-121 HARNESS

(SEE PAGE4-28)

EVER+3.3V

A_MUTE

V_MUTE

SW-13V

AU+11V

SW+3.3V

8
M_GND +11V

AI+5V

+1.8V

GND

JL460 CN402

CN403

GND

+5V

JL470 R442 100 R443 100 R444 100 R445 100 R446 100 R447 100 JL471 JL472 JL473 JL474 JL475 JL476 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 JL477 8 9 10 3.3V_MNT XFRRST XIFBUSY XIFCS SIO SOO SC0 GND IFRST PCONT

JL467

JL479

JL469

JL461

JL462

JL463

JL464

JL465

C405 0.01u B

B+

B+

B-

B+

B+

JL466

JL468

CN405

10P

B+ B+

FOR CHECK

FL-126 BOARD
LED

R448 100

JL478

R301 220 1 2 3 +5V N.C LED PORT

CN301

3P

CN406

3P +5V N.C LED PORT 1 2 3

B+
DIG7 DIG6 DIG5 DIG4 DIG3 DIG2

JL430 SEG1

JL431 SEG2

JL433 SEG3

JL434 SEG4

JL435 SEG5

C418 0.01u B

DIG1

1 JL429

R458 22k

F1 F1

B+
JL419 JL420 JL421 JL422 JL424 JL426

D301 EB3804X-TP

FF-206 HARNESS

IC403 LMS8117ADTX-1.8/NOPB GND 1.8 Vout 3.5 Vin


1

C403 XX C421 22u 25V

R414 10k

JL416

JL418

JL428

B+

C404 0.01u B

DIG7
5

-10.0

-10.0

-10.0

-10.0

-10.0

-10.0

-10.0

-11.9

-11.9

-11.9

-5.2

0.1

3.5

1.3

DIG6
6

G7 G6 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 P1 P2 P3 P4
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE

R410 XX

R411 2700

DIG5 DIG4
8

S404

S409 XX

S406

DVD LED

DIG1

DIG2

DIG3

DIG4

DIG5

DIG6

DIG7

SEG1

SEG2

SEG3

SEG4

IC403
+1.8V REG

C419 XX C416 100u 25V C414 0.01u B X401 8MHz C417 0.01u B ET402 XX PICTURE MODE SURROUND
1

DIG1 SEG1

VSS XIN XOUT TEST VDD SEL2 /FRRST /RST /STOP SELF_CHECK IR N.C N.C /CS SI SO /SC N.C PDET N.C N.C N.C /AMUTE /VMUTE

SEG6

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

-11.9 -9.6 -11.9 -0.9 -5.3 -7.4 -7.4 -7.4 -5.3 -11.9 -9.7 -11.9 -0.9 -5.3 -11.9 -9.6 -9.7 -9.7

JL436 JL437 JL438 JL439 JL440 JL441 JL442 JL443 JL444 JL445 JL446 JL447 JL448 JL449 JL450 JL451 JL452 JL453 JL454

SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23

SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22

*
2

1.6 R429 10k C411 0.01u B R430 10k 0


4

SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14

34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

B-

SEG5

VCC

N.C

C425 22u 25V

B+

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 DIG3 DIG2

3.5
5

P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 P23
ND401

C409 0.01u B C408 100u 16V

C413 XX

R431 XX

0 3.4 3.5
8 7 6

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

3.5 3.4

R405 22k C406 XX

R406 8200

R409 3900

R412 2700

R415 10k R428 100 R432 10k

S401

S402

S403

S405

S407

C407 0.01u B R421 XX

IC404
IF COM IC404 TMP86CK74F

SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23 N.C MODE N.C N.C N.C N.C

JL410 JL411

Q405 UN2111-TX SWITCH

3.1
(NEXT) (PLAY) (STOP) (PAUSE) (PREV)

1.5 3.3 3.4


R407 33

3.5

JL412 JL432 JL413 JL414 JL415 3.4

H
Q404 2SD1766-T100-QR SWITCH -12.0 3.3 -11.3

R418 120

-0.3 -0.5

JL455

R416 1800

R417 1800

JL457 JL458 JL459 R452 XX

SEG23

-12.0

38 37

R413 10k R426 10k C412 XX

3.4

GREEN F2 F2

STATUS 3.5 PCONT 3.5 BUSY 3.5 SEL0 3.5 SEL1 2.7 PONCHK 0 AN11 0 AN6

BNRKEY

POWER

PS401

PS402 0.7A

1.0A

AVSS

PLAY

VREF

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
R438 10k R441 10k R425 10k -12.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5

VKK

TVS

O/C

R457 XX

RED D402 XX

JL417
JL401 JL402 JL403 JL404 JL405 JL406 JL407 JL408 JL409

R436 10k
R460 10k R408 10k

POWER

REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER

RESET

R437 XX

IC406

GP1UD24SYK

IC405 S-80830ANUP-EDT-T2

B+

B+

B+

B+

B+

B-

GND 3.5 VCC 3.5 VOUT

10

11

12

13

S408 (OPEN/CLOSE)

+11V(AUDIO)

EVER-13V

SW+11V

SW+11V

SW+3.3V

EVER+3.3V

P-CONT

D_GND

POWER

M_GND

M_GND

D_GND

+5V

K
13P

3 R401 47
3.5

2
3.4

CN401

C401 47u 16V

C402 0.01u B

R434 100k R402 100k C415 0.001u B

B+
TO SWITCHING REGURATOR

(SEE PAGE4-42)
R453 10

R455

120

R456

120 JL423
1

IC407 AN13990-NML JL425 -12.0 -11.0


3 4 6 8

0.1u C427 -6.9


7

C428 0.1u B

IC407
DC/DC CONVERTER

-5.7 0
5

2.2 R459

M
16

Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

Note : Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.

C424 0.1u B

C426 0.01u

R439 XX

IC406

IC405

C420 0.01u B

R424 10k

C423 0.01u B

4-9

4-10

IF COM
IF-89

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveforms.

4 6
CN202 XX RF GND FE TE PI 1 2

5 7

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

MB-103 BOARD(1/7) A
DVD/CD RF AMP DIGITAL SERVO
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE

FE 3 TE 4 PI 5

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL

B
PB

CHROMA

Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

8
B+
B+

GND +5V +3.3V RFMON

B+
B+

1 2

TO(7/7)

TO(7/7)

SIGNAL PATH
SPINDLE SERVO (SPEED AND PHASE) TRACKING SERVO DVD/CD CDV
FL201

C241 0.1u B R211 100

C244 0.1u B

C247 0.01u B C248 0.01u B

C251 0.1u B

C252 0.1u B

R260 12k C255 0.1u B C260 0.01u B

SLED SERVO DVD/CD FOCUS SERVO


C201 0.01u B C202 0.01u B

C263 10u 16V RF+ SSCK SSCK SSWD SSWD SSRD SSRD SSCS SSCS

3.6

3.6

4.1

4.1

4.8

2.7

2.4

3.3

3.3

2.2

2.1

3.3

3.2

0.6

CN203

26P

CN203

26P H B A F RF GND VC VCC G C 26

H 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 B
DIN BYP FNN SIGO FNP VNA MEV VPA ATOP ATON TPA V33 AIN DIP AIP RX

D
DVD/CD PD IC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

H B A F RF GND VC VCC G C

3.4

OPTICAL DEVICE

C253 0.001u

BASE UNIT KHM-270AAA/Z-NP

25 A 24 F 23 22 R235 100 R244 1k C232 4700p B 3.3


1

PI PI TE TE FE FE
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

0 3.4 3.4 3.4 0 3.2 1.7 1.7 2.5 1.7 0 3.0 1.8 0 2.6 0 C264 0.01u B C265 0.1u B C262 0.1u B

SSCS MIRR SSCK TZC SSWD SSDFCTI SSRD SSDFCTI SS_MON FE TE R273 0 SVC SSDFCTI TZC PI INLIM INLIM TZC MIRR

21 20 19 G 18 C 17 D 3.4 16 E 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 DVD_LD 8 7 CD_LD 6 5 4 3 2 1 JL202 JL203 JL204 JL205 FCS+ R212 100 D C B A E F JL201 C210 2200p C211 2200p C212 2200p C213 2200p B B B B 2.5 C233 4700p B C236 560p 3.3 3.4

RFIP RFIN CP WIN WPP CN A2 B2 C2 D2 D C B A E F

SDEN SCLK SWD SRD

TO(3/7)

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DVD/CD 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 FOCUS COIL 23 24 25 26

1.3
5

C237 XX

1.3 MON TPH FE TE TZIN VCI DFT TZC PI PII BYP2 MIRR

FMM-041 FLAT CABLE

D E GND PD VR MOD SW/N.C. LD GND DVD LD N.C. CD LD N.C. FCS+ FCSTRK+ TRK-

D E GND PD VR MOD SW/N.C LD GND DVD LD N.C CD LD N.C FCS+ FCSTRK+ TRK-

IC201
DVD/CD RF AMP DIGITAL SERVO IC201 SP3728ACB

R266 C224 XX XX

2.5 2.5
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

LD MODULE

R272 XX C269 XX R267 XX C266 0.01u B

MIRR R268 XX

LDSELO

DVDPD

MEVO

CDPD

LDON

MLPF

CDLD

FCSVPB VC G H

DVDLD

VNB

C267 XX

MIN

MP

MB

TRK+ TRK-

TRACKING COIL

B+

SVC FCS+ FCS+ FCSFCSTRK+ TRK+ R265 27k TRKTRK-

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
G 2.5 H 2.5 2.5 4.8 0.2 0.2 4.7 3.8 4.8 2.5 2.2 2.4 2.6

R263 2.2M C261 330p

R264 100k

TO(2/7)

R210 330

R209 XX

R247 XX

C239 XX

C245 0.01u B C254 0.01u B

C256 0.047u B

C257 0.047u

SLA+ SLA+ SLB+ SLB+ SLBSLBSLASLASPMSPMSPM+ SPM+

CN204 SLED MOTOR 9 8 7 6 5 INLIMIT 4 SENSOR 3 INLIM SPMSPM+ GND SLA+ SLB+

9P

CN204

9P SLA+ SLB+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

JL206 JL207 JL208 JL209 JL210 JL211 R206 4700

SLA+ SLB+ SLBSLAQ201 2SB1132-T100-QR DVD LD DRIVE DVD_LD INLIM SPMSPM+ D201 XX C221 10u 16V C235 0.01u B D202 XX CD_LD 2.2 L201 47uH R234 33 4.5 R236 33 R245 47k 3.8 C234 47u 6.3V R246 100 C242 47u 6.3V

B+
R248 33 4.8 Q202 2SB1132-T100-QR CD LD DRIVE 0.5 C238 10u 16V L202 47uH C243 0.01u B R249 33

TO(2/7)

FMO-004

SLBSLALED

FLAT CABLE

SLBSLALED GND INLIM SPMSPM+

R251 47k

4.8 R256 100

JL212 JL213

XLDON

TO(6/7)

I
16

M
SPINDLE MOTOR

2 1

DVD/CD RF AMP, DIGITAL SERVO


MB-103 (1/7)

4-15

4-16

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board.

4
B+

10

11

12

13

14

15
B+

16 SIGNAL PATH

17

18

MB-103 BOARD(2/7) A
MOTOR DRIVE
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE
7 TO(7/7)
GND +5V R250 100k 0.5% R232 33k
R271 XX R274 XX R215 XX R213 10k R214 10k

+3.3V

SPINDLE SERVO (SPEED AND PHASE) TRACKING SERVO DVD/CD CDV


R259 10k R254 100k 0.5% R253 56k 0.5%
R255 56k 0.5%

B+

B+

C249 0.01u B

C258 0.01u B R261 10k R262 330

SLED SERVO DVD/CD FOCUS SERVO

MS-81 BOARD
S001 5 OCSW1 CKSW1 GND LDMLDM+

5P

CN201

5P OCSW1 CKSW1 GND LDMLDM+ GND OCSW2 TSENS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R201 XX R202 XX R203 XX R204 XX R205 XX R208 XX R207 100

CHUCK/TRAY DETECT

4 3 2 1

C203 0.001u B C204 0.001u B

R216 1k OCSW1 R217 1k CKSW1

R218 120k

C216 220p

C240 0.033u B

C246 0.033u B

C259 0.001u B C222 XX C271 47u 16V FCS+

JL247 JL248

B+
+11V

R257 XX
10.5 1.7 1.7 1.7 3.4 5.1

10 TO(7/7)
M_GND SVC

1.7

3.4

3.4

3.2

LDMLDM+

4.8

M
M001 LOADING MOTOR

IC202
MOTOR DRIVE R219 120k R230 33k R220 150k R221 150k C215 100p R228 XX C217 XX C225 100p R238 33k R237 XX C227 XX R239 33k CL201 C226 220p

FCS+ FCS+ FCSFCSTRK+ TRK+ TRKC223 XX DO1DO2+ DO2PGND1 DO3+ DO35.2 5.1 5.2 C270 0.01u B 5.1 5.3 R275 XX R276 XX R258 XX FCSTRK+ SLBSLBC231 XX TRKSLASLASPMSPMC274 XX SLA+ SLASPM+ SPM+ SLA+ SLA+ SLB+
35

OPIN1+

VREF

IN1+

PS

OPOUT1

OPIN2+

OPOUT2

PVCC1

SVCC

OPIN1-

C
NOT USE

TMP DSENS TMM TRMM TRMP DSENS

C205 XX C206 XX C207 XX C208 XX C209 XX

OPIN2-

DO1+

IC202 FAN8034L

48

47

46

45

44

43

52

42

41

40

39

38

37

4 TO(1/7)

TRK-

1.7
2

OUT1 IN2+
3

36

1.7
1

IN1-

POWER SAVE

SLB+

OCSW2 TSENSD TSENSO FDRV+ SPFG FDRVC276 XX R270 XX

CL202

R222 56k

TDRV+ TDRVSLE SLDA SLDB R223 56k R241 33k R229 10k MDPO R242 220k R240 33k

10

27

1.7 CL204 1.7 1.7

28

1.7
9

IN4+ IN4OUT4
MSC SW

29

CL203

1.7
8

30

C228 0.001u B

1.7
7

49

51

31

1.7
6

IN3+

32

8 TO(6/7)

TSENSU

R280 XX

1.7
5

OUT2

33

1.7
4

IN2-

34

1.7

5 TO(1/7)

IN3OUT3

DO4+ DO4DO5+ DO5PGND2 + D D MUTE34 DO6+ TSD-M

5.1 5.2 3.7 6.5 C272 0.1u B 5.1

SLB+ SLBSPMSPM+

11

12

MUTE12

MUTE34

MUTE5

TSD-M

9 TO(3/7)

DO6-

IN5-

FWD

REV

CTL

R231 680k C219 0.1u B R225 10k C218 1500p R233 470k

PVCC2

C214 0.015u

SGND

OUT5

C229 0.001u B

MUTE12

MUTE5

25

IN5+

26

LDM+

13
1.7

14
1.4

15
0

16
3.4

17
3.4

18

50

19
3.4

20
3.4

21
3.4

22
3.4

23
10.5

24
5.1

C273 0.1u B LDMR269 10k

MDSO

CL205

C268 XX

G
R224 270k LMCTL LMP LMM

R227 120k

R226 470k

C230 4700p B R243 470k

TSD R252 33k C250 0.01u B SPMUTE OCSW1 CKSW1 XDRVMUTE OCSW1 CKSW1

11 TO(3/7)

C220 0.1u B

12 TO(6/7)

H
16

4-17

4-18

MOTOR DRIVE
MB-103 (2/7)

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveforms. 2 3 1
MB-103 BOARD(3/7) A
SERVO
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT
B+
+1.8V

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

NO MARK:PB MODE
R351 0

FL302 XX

B+
+3.3V

R301 0 (2012)

R352 0

FL301 XX

B+

B
13
TO(7/7)

+5V

B+
SDEF XSRQ XSHD SDCK SDI7 SDI6 SDI5 SDI4 SDI3 SDI2 SDI1 SDI0 XSAK CDDOUT

R302 0 (2012) 4.8


1

IC302 MM1385ENLE 4.8 CONT GND


RAMA9 RAMA8 RAMA7 RAMA6 RAMA5 RAMA4 RAMA3 RAMA2 RAMA1

VIN

RAMD9

RAMD15

RAMD14

RAMD13

RAMD12

RAMD11

C308 100u 6.3V

C331 0.1u B

C335 0.01u B

RAMD10

RAMD8

NOISE

VOUT

C302 XX

1.3

3.3

RAMA0

C338 0.01u B

R337 XX

C340 0.01u B

GND

C309 0.01u B

0.6

1.5

2.0

1.5

1.5

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

3.4

2.6

3.4

3.4

2.5

3.4

1.7

1.7

1.7

3.0

3.0

3.3V REG SDI0 SDI0 SDI1 SDI1 SDI2 SDI2 SDI3 SDI3 SDI4 SDI4 SDI5 SDI5 SDI6 SDI6 SDI7 SDI7 SDEF SDEF XSAK XSRQ XSHD SDCK CDDOUT R320 33k 0.5%

3.0

R336 10k

CL309

JL309

JL310

IC302

R319 10k 0.5%

C311 0.01u B R327 10k 0.5%

CL308 R360 100

B+

B+

XRST

15

TO(4/7,6/7,7/7)

IC303
16M D RAM C332 0.01u B RAMD0 RAMD1 IC303 3.4
1

K4F151612D-UL60T GND I/O15 I/O14 I/O13 I/O12 GND I/O11 I/O10 I/O9 I/O8 N.C
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45
MA2 XSRQ XSHD SD4 VSS SDCK DOUT MD15 MD12 XSAK SD6 SD3 MA9 MA8 MA7 MA5 MA4 MA3 MA1 MA0 LOCK RFD MD9 MD8 VSS VSS MA6 MD14 MD13 MD11 PLCKO JITPWM VDD1.8V VDD3.3V XRESET VDD1.8V MD10 SDEF VSS SD7 SD5 SD2 SD1 SD0

VDD I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 VDD I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 N.C

132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

C310 100p

3.4 2.8 2.9 3.0 2.7 2.7 2.8 3.0 3.2

C342 XX RAMD7 RAMD6 RAMD5 RAMD4 RAMD3 RAMD2 RAMD1 RAMD0

16

TO(4/7)

MD5 MD4 MD3 MD2 MD1 MD0 VSS VDD1.8V 2.3 MDP0 1.6 MDS0 2.8 XRAS 3.2 XCAS 3.4 XMWR 3.4 XWAT 3.4 XCS 3.4 XINT 2.7 XRD 3.4 XWR VSS 1.7 PDM3 TESTK3 1.7 PDM2 VDD3.3V TESTK2 1.7 PDM1 TESTK1 1.7 PDM0 VSS TESTK0 3.4 HCS 3.4 HINT VDD1.8V A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2

VSSA1 INM INP FR1 FR2 FR3 Y VDDA1 3.3V IREF AOUT VSSA2 VDDA2 3.3V BIAS VREF VSSD0 VDDD0 3.3V VRT RFIN1 VDDA3 3.3V RFIN2 VSSA3 VRB VSSD1 VDDD1 3.3V VSSD2 VDDD2 3.3V VRBA VSSA4 VDDA4 3.3V VRTA ADC0 ADC1 ADC2 ADC3 ADC4 ADC5 ADC6 ADC7 VSSA5
VDDA5 3.3V GIO11/TMC2 GIO4/PGREF VDD3.3V 3.4 GIO7/SDO 3.4 GIO8/SCK 3.4 GIO9/GREF 3.4 GIO10/FGIN BCLK/EMU0 DATA/EMU1 GIO5/PGIN 3.4 GIO6/SDI VSS 3.0 TZC 0 GIO0/INT2 3.4 GIO1/INT3 3.4 GIO2/INT4 LRCK/TDO GIO3/INT5

XSRQ XSHD SDCK CDDOUT

1.7 R328 27k R329 2200 R330 2200 R331 2200 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 3.3 1.0 0.5

C312 0.068u B R321 22k 0.5%

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15

JL328 JL329 JL330 JL331 JL332 JL333 JL334 JL335 JL336 JL337

N.C N.C WE RAS N.C N.C A0 A1 A2 A3 VDD

N.C LCAS UCAS OE A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 GND

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

1.7

C343 0.01u B MDPO MDSO 3.1 2.8

11 10

XSAK

C321 0.01u B

R311 100 1.7

RAMD7

3.0

RAMD6

3.0

R332 2200 R333 150k

VSSA0 1.7 VCO 0.7 R1 2.4 R2 3.3 VDDA0 3.3V

VDD3.3V MD7 MD6

3.4
7

RAMD4 RAMD5

3.0 3.0

RAMD3

3.0

RAMD2

2.8

2.8 2.8
2

3.0 2.8 3.0 2.8

RAMD15 RAMD14 RAMD13 RAMD12

2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8

RAMD11 RAMD10 RAMD9 RAMD8

3.0 3.0

R312 220 0.5%

C322 0.01u B R334 1800 0.5% C315 0.01u B C323 0.01u B C324 0.1u B C325 0.01u B C326 0.01u B C327 0.01u B

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3

RAMA9 RAMA8 RAMA7 RAMA6 RAMA5 RAMA4

R322 1k 0.5% R323 2200

XWAIT XARPCS XARPIT XRD XWRH XSDPCS XSDPCS XSDPIT XSDPIT FDRVTESTK3 FDRV+ C344 0.01u B TESTK2 TDRVTESTK1 TDRV+ MDPO MDPO MDSO MDSO FDRVFDRVFDRV+ FDRV+ TDRVTDRVTDRV+ TDRV+ SLE SLE SPFG SPFG SLDA SLDA RAMA0 RAMA1 0.3 0.5 0.3 0.3 3.4

3.3 2.5 1.0

IC301
SERVO

17

TO(6/7)

RAMA2 RAMA3 C333 0.01u B

C304 0.01u B R358 10k C305 4700p B

R324 10k

R326 10k

3.4 2.7 CL301 1.6 3.3 CL302 1.6

10 11

IC301 CXD9703R

JL338 0 JL339 3.4 0 JL340 0 JL341

R359 10k

C314 0.01u B

C328 0.01u B

0.6

3.4

TO(2/7)

C329 0.01u B

3.4

0 JL342 JL343 1.7 1.2

TESTK0 XSDPCS XSDPIT C345 XX

SLDB SLDB LMM LMM LMP LMP LMCTL LMCTL HA7

3.4 RF+ TE FE R313 470 R314 470 R315 470 R316 4700 R317 10k R325 6800 R318 470 SSDFCTI MIRR TZC INLIM SSRD SSWD SSCK C313 0.033u B C319 0.01u B 3.4 1.7 1.6 1.8 1.7 2.3 R335 4700 JL308 1.7 1.7 0 C330 C318 C316 4700p 4700p 4700p B C317 B C320 B 4700p 0.1u B B

2.6
8

HA6 0.9 HA5 2.2 HA4 1.2 HA3 1.5 HA2 3.0 HA1 0 HA0

PI SLE SPFG

18

TO(4/7,6/7)

SVC

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA PB Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL

A1 A0 VSS

SS_MON TO(1/7) SSDFCTI MIRR

VDD3.3V 1.7 PWM0 1.7 PWM1

TZC INLIM SSRD SSWD SSCK SSCS

VDD1.8V

GIO12 0 GIO13

VSS

TCK

VDD1.8V

VSS 0 PWM2 0 DFCTI 0 MIRR

CLKIN

TRST

C334 0.01u B

TMS

TESTK0 TESTK1 TESTK2

R346 10k R347 10k R348 10k R349 10k

D2

D0

D5

133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176
CL313 CL314 CL315 JL311 JL314 JL317 JL320 JL321 JL323 JL325 JL312 JL313 JL315 JL316 JL318 JL319 JL322 JL324 JL326 JL327 3.4 2.9 2.9 2.8 2.6 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.9 3.4 1.7 1.6 3.4 0 1.7 3.4 2.7 0.7 0 1.7

D7

TDI

D1

D3

D4

D6

SSCS

B+

1.7

SIGNAL PATH
SPINDLE SERVO (SPEED AND PHASE) TRACKING SERVO DVD/CD CDV SLED SERVO DVD/CD

B+

B+

TESTK3 JL344

K
R363 XX

C341 XX C336 XX C337 0.01u B C339 0.01u B


1k

R338 XX R339 XX
CDLRCK/TDOKT CDDATA/EMU1

FOCUS SERVO
CDDATA/EMU1 R340 XX CDBCK/EMU0 CDLRCK/TDOKT

R303

14

19

TO(4/7)

TO(7/7)

33MARP
SSDFCTI LMCTL INLIM

CDBCK/EMU0

SSWD

SSRD

MIRR

SSCK

SSCS

SLDA

SLDB

LMM

LMP

XFRRST

TZC

TDIKT

TMS

L
CN301 XX TO JIG TMS TRST TDI 3.3V TDO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 JL306 JL307 JL301 JL302 JL303 JL304 JL305

R305 XX TMS XFRRST TDIKT HD8 HD9 HD10 XFRRST TMS TCK TDIKT CDLRCK/TDOKT

TCK

B+
CDLRCK/TDOKT R304 XX R308 XX CDBCK/EMU0 CDDATA/EMU1 R309 XX

21

HD11 TO(6/7) HD12 HD13

R341 XX R342 XX R343 XX R344 XX R345 XX

XFRRST TMS TCK TDIKT CDLRCK/TDOKT TSD SPMUTE

20

TO(4/7)

M
16

GND TCK GND EMU0 EMU1

11

TO(2/7)

TCK

HD14 HD15

SERVO
MB-103 (3/7)

4-19

4-20

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveforms. 2 3 1

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

MB-103 BOARD(4/7) A
AV DECODER
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE
22 TO(6/7)
XRD XWRH XAVDIT XWAIT DACK0 DREQ0 HA10 HA11 HA12 HA13 HA14 HA15 HA16 HA17 HA18 HA19 HA20 HA21 HA0 HA1 HA2 HA3 HA4 HA5 HA6 HA7 HA8 HA9 DACK1

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL
R425 XX C416 0.01u B C422 0.01u B C423 0.01u B R418 XX C428 0.01u B R412 10k C426 0.01u B R421 XX

DREQ1

CHROMA PB

Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

15 TO(3/7,6/7,
7/7)

XRST R405 100

C414 XX

C407 0.01u B

B+ B+
3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 1.7 3.4 3.4

B+ B+

3.4

3.4

2.7

3.0

1.5

1.4

2.3

0.9

2.6

1.4

3.4

0.8

1.0

2.2

1.9

1.7

2.1

1.1

1.5

1.0

1.9

0.5

1.8

1.5

2.6

0.8

3.4

3.4

3.4

1.7

1.8

1.7

C
C408 0.01u B HD0 HD0 HD1 HD1 HD2 HD3 HD4 HD5 HD6 HD7 HD8 HD9 HD10 HD11 HD12 HD13 HD14 HD15 HD12 HD13 HD14 2.7 2.6 2.6 3.0 R404 XX HD8 HD9 HD10 HD11 HD4 HD5 HD6 HD7 C409 XX 0.9 7 HDATA4 HDATA5 HDATA6 HDATA7 CVD00 HDATA8 HDATA9 HDATA10 HDATA11 IOVSS00 HDATA12 HDATA13 HDATA14 HDATA15 CVS01 ACLK CVD01 ACH12O ACH34O ACH56O IOVDD01 LRCKO BCKO DO CDIN2I CDIN1I IOVSS01 CDBCKI CDLRKI CVS02 DT0I DT1I DT2I DT3I IOVDD02 DT4I DT5I DT6I DT7I CVD02 ICLKI IERRIn ISTARTIn IVALIn IREQON IOVSS02 HD0 HD1 HD2 HD3

208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 DMACK1In SCAN_MODE MBIST_EN HAD11I HAD22I DMRQ1On HAD23I HAD4I HAD5I HAD8I IOVDD11 IOVDD13 SCLKIN HAD10I HAD13I HAD15I HAD16I HAD17I HAD18I HAD19I HAD20I HAD21I DMRQ0On IOVSS13 IOVSS12 HAD12I HAD14I IOVDD12 IOVSS11 HIRQOn HCPUMDI DMACK0In SCAN_EN HWAITOn PAVSS18G PAVDD18P TESTIn RSTn CVS07 HRWn HCSn HAD0I HAD1I HAD2I HAD3I HAD6I HAD7I HAD9I CVD08 CVS08 CVD07 CLKI HA0 XAVDCS3 XAVDCS2 HA2 27MAVD 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 3.0 33MAVD 1.8 2.2 3.4 2.0 ADDT1 1.9 ADDT14 HA10 HA10 1.2 ADDT2 2.0 ADDT13 1.9 ADDT3 2.0 3.4 2.0 1.9 ADDT11 2.0 ADDT5 1.1 1.7 1.9 2.0 ADDT9 2.2 ADDT7 1.7 ADDT8 0.1 DQML 0.1 DQMU 0 XWE 2.7 3.4 1.4 C433 XX XCAS R430 10 CLK 2.5 XRAS 3.4 3.4 2.6 XCS2 3.3 XCS 1.6 ADAD11 0.1 ADAD9 0.1 ADAD10 0.1 3.4 0.1 1.8 ADAD7 0.7 ADAD1 2.1 1.7 1.4 1.6 ADAD5 1.6 ADAD3 1.5 ADAD4 C436 0.01u B ADAD6 C435 0.01u B ADAD8 C434 XX CKE C432 0.01u B ADDT10 HA20 HA20 HA21 ADDT6 HA21 HA19 HA19 HA18 HA18 C431 0.01u B ADDT12 HA13 HA13 HA14 HA14 HA15 HA15 HA16 ADDT14 HA17 HA17 HA16 HA12 HA12 HA11 HA11 HA9 HA9 C430 XX ADDT15 HA7 HA7 HA8 HA8 R429 XX ADDT0 HA6 HA6 HA4 HA4 HA5 HA5 CRPCLKI

3.4

R426 10k

28 TO(6/7) 29 TO(6/7)

HA0 HA1 HA1 HA2 HA3 HA3

3.4 1 IOVDD00 HDATA0 HDATA1 HDATA2 HDATA3 CVS00 1.1 2 0.6 3 1.1 4 SDDQ15 IOVDD10 SDDQ1 SDDQ14 IOVSS09 SDDQ2 SDDQ13 SDDQ3 SDDQ12 IOVDD09 SDDQ4 SDDQ11 SDDQ5 SDDQ10 CVD06 SDDQ6 SDDQ9 SDDQ7 1.1 6 5

18 TO(3/7)

19

IOVSS10 SDDQ0

HD2 HD3 HD4 HD5 HD6 HD7

0.9 0.8 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 1.0 1.8 2.9 3.0 2.9 2.7 9 8

30 TO(6/7)

23 TO(6/7)

HD8 HD9

HD10 HD11 HD12 HD13 HD14 HD15

32 TO(5/7)

F
24 TO(7/7)
512FSAVD ACH12

HD15

1.6 C410 0.01u B 1.7 0 JL403 JL404

12 IC403
AD DECODER IC403 CXD1935Q

SDDQ8 IOVSS08 SDDQM0O SDDQM1O CVS06 SDWEOn SDCASOn IOVDD08 SDCLKO IOVSS07 SDRASOn SDCKEO IOVDD07 SDCS0On SDCS1On SDAD11O IOVSS06 SDAD9O SDAD12O SDAD10O SDAD8O IOVDD06 SDAD0O SDAD7O SDAD1O SDAD6O CVD05 SDAD2O SDAD5O

25 TO(7/7)

C411 XX LRCK

3.4 1.7 1.7

BCK SPDIF1

R439

1.7 1.7 0

33 TO(5/7)

CDDATA/EMU1

19 TO(3/7)
CDBCK/EMU0 CDLRCK/TDOKT

1.7 1.7

H
CDDOUT SDI0 SDI0 SDI1 SDI1 SDI2 SDI2 SDI3 SDI3 SDI4 SDI4 SDI5 SDI5

SDI0 SDI1 SDI2 SDI3 C412 0.01u B

2.0 2.0 1.8 1.6 3.4 1.5 1.5 1.7 1.6 C413 0.01u B 1.7 1.7 3.4

SDI4 SDI5 SDI6 SDI7

SDI6

16 TO(3/7)

SDI6 SDI7 SDI7

ADAD0

34 TO(5/7)

SDCK SDEF 3.4 XSHD 2.6 XSAK 2.6 XSRQ

ADAD2

J IC401
+1.8V REG 1.3 3 3.4 1 2

IC401 TK11118CS 3.4 5 CONT GND 1.8 NOISE VOUT 4 VIN

13
IOAVSS00 AVDD00 YOUT

14
AVSS00 GOUT

15
AVDD01 ROUT

16
AVSS01 BOUT

17
AVDD02 COUT

18
COMPOUT IOAVDD00 HSYNCOn DSPACK1 I2C_DATA DSPACK0 IOVDD03 IOVDD04 IOVSS03 IOVSS04 IOVDD05 CVD03 IOVSS05 I2C_CLK DVDD33 CVD04 D1CLKO DVSS33 AVSS02 CVS03 CVS04 DVO1 DVO6 CVS05 VREFI BF_ID DVO0 DVO2 DVO3 DVO4 DVO5 DVO7 TRST FLDO IREFI

SDAD3O SDAD4O

R402 0 (2012)

TMS

VGO

TDO

TCK

TDI

NC

DVD7 DVD7 DVD6 DVD6 DVD5 DVD5 DVD4 DVD4 DVD3 DVD3 DVD2 DVD2 DVD1 NOT USE

53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 JL405 JL406 JL407 JL413 JL414 JL415 JL416 JL417 3.3 1.5 0.5 3.3 0.6 0.6 3.3 0.6 0.5 3.4 1.8 3.3 0.4 0.4 3.4 1.7 3.4 0.9 1.2 0.4 1.0 1.7 1.7 1.1 1.1 1.8 1.5 1.7 0.8 3.4 2.6 FL403 3.4 0

JL401

B+
C449 0.01u B C402 10u 16V

B+ B+

+1.8V

GND

B+
+3.3V JL402

C404 1u 50V FL402 4.8 IC402 MM1385ENLE 4.8 1 CONT GND 3.3 3 NOISE VOUT 4 C405 220u 4V VIN 5

C406 10u 16V


0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5%

C418 0.01u B C415 0.01u B C417 0.01u B R413 6800 RV401 1k R437 XX C419 0.1u B

C421 XX

C424 XX

C425 0.01u B

R415 XX C427 XX

C429 0.01u B R423 10k

DVD1 DVD0 DVD0

DVD0

DVD1

DVD2

DVD3

DVD4

DVD5

DVD6

220

220

220

220

220

220

R416 XX R420 XX

B+
+5V

R401 0 (2012) C401 10u 16V

R406

R407

R408

R409

R410

R411

IC402
+3.3V REG

R438 XX

DVD7

26 TO(7/7)

XFRRST JL408 JL409 JL410 JL411 TRST TMS TCK TDI XFRRST TMS TCK TDIKT CDLRCK/TDOKT JL412 TDO

31 TO(6/7)

R436 XX

1.3 C403 0.01u B

R414 1200 R403 470 C450 XX C420 0.1u B

20 TO(3/7)

YOUT Y/G

R417 XX

M
16

27 TO(7/7)

CB/R CR/B COUT COMPOUT

NOT USE

27MCLK

4-21

4-22

AV DECODER
MB-103 (4/7)

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board.

3
NO MARK:PB MODE

10

MB-103 BOARD(5/7) A
SDRAM
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT
ADDT0 ADDT15 ADDT1 ADDT14 ADDT2 ADDT0 ADDT15 ADDT1 ADDT14 ADDT2 ADDT13 ADDT3 ADDT12 ADDT14 ADDT11 ADDT5 ADDT10 ADDT6 ADDT9 ADDT7 ADDT8

B+
C437 XX ADDT0 ADDT1 IC404 3.4 MT48LC1M16A1TG-6STR VSS DQ15 DQ14 VSSQ DQ13 DQ12 VCCQ DQ11 DQ10 VSSQ DQ9 DQ8 VCCQ N.C. DQMU CLK CKE N.C. A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 VSS

VCC DQ0 DQ1 VSSQ DQ2 DQ3 VCCQ DQ4 DQ5 VSSQ DQ6 DQ7 VCCQ DQML WE CAS RAS CS A11(BA) A10/AP A0 A1 A2 A3 VCC

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

1.8

2.2 1.9

ADDT15 ADDT14

2.0

ADDT3 ADDT12

ADDT3 C438 0.01u ADDT4 B ADDT5

B
32 TO(4/7)

ADDT13

IC404
16M SDRAM

ADDT2

1.2 1.9 3.4

2.0 2.0 3.4 1.9 1.1 C446 0.01u B

ADDT13 ADDT12

ADDT14 ADDT11 ADDT5 ADDT10 ADDT6

2.0 2.0

ADDT11 ADDT10

ADDT6 ADDT7

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

1.9 2.2 3.4 0.1 3.1 2.7 2.5 2.6

2.0 1.7 3.4

ADDT9 ADDT8

ADDT9 ADDT7 ADDT8

0.1 1.4 3.4

ADAD11

1.6 0.1 0.1 0.8 1.4 1.6 3.4

0.1 0 1.8 2.2 1.6 1.5

ADAD9 ADAD8 ADAD7 ADAD6 ADAD5 ADAD4

ADAD10 ADAD0 ADAD1 ADAD2 ADAD3 C439 0.01u B

E
ADDT0 ADDT1

B+
C440 XX IC405 XX FL404 VCC DQ0 DQ1 VSSQ DQ2 DQ3 VCCQ DQ4 DQ5 VSSQ DQ6 DQ7 VCCQ DQML WE CAS RAS CS A11(BA) A10/AP A0 A1 A2 A3 VCC VSS DQ15 DQ14 VSSQ DQ13 DQ12 VCCQ DQ11 DQ10 VSSQ DQ9 DQ8 VCCQ N.C. DQMU CLK CKE N.C. A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 VSS

B+

GND +3.3V

35 TO(7/7)

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

ADDT15 ADDT14

ADDT2 ADDT3

ADDT13 ADDT12 C447 XX ADDT11 ADDT10

ADDT5 DQML ADDT6 DQMU ADDT7 XWE XCAS

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

ADDT4

C441 XX

ADDT9 ADDT8

33 TO(4/7)

CLK XRAS CKE XCS2 XCS ADAD11 ADAD9 ADAD10 ADAD8 ADAD11 ADAD9 ADAD10 ADAD8 ADAD0 ADAD7 ADAD1 ADAD6 ADAD2 ADAD5 ADAD11 ADAD10 ADAD0 ADAD1 ADAD2 ADAD3 C442 XX

ADAD9 ADAD8 ADAD7 ADAD6 ADAD5 ADAD4

H
34 TO(4/7)

ADAD0 ADAD7 ADAD1 ADAD6 ADAD2 ADAD5 ADAD3 ADAD4

B+
IC406 C443 XX ADDT0 XX VSS DQ15 VSSQ DQ14 DQ13 VDDQ DQ12 DQ11 VSSQ DQ10 DQ9 VDDQ DQ8 VSS N.C. UDQM CLK LKE N.C. A11 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 VSS

VDD DQ0 VDDQ DQ1 DQ2 VSSQ DQ3 DQ4 VDDQ DQ5 DQ6 VSSQ DQ7 VDD LDQM WE CAS RAS CS BA0 BA1 A10/AP A0 A1 A2 A3 VDD

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

ADAD3 ADAD4

ADDT15

ADDT2

ADDT1

ADDT14 ADDT13 C448 XX B

ADDT3 ADDT4 C444 XX ADDT5 B

ADDT12 ADDT11

ADDT6

27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

ADDT10 ADDT9

ADDT7

ADDT8

ADAD11 R431 XX

ADAD9 ADAD8 ADAD7 ADAD6 ADAD5 ADAD4

ADAD10 ADAD0 ADAD1 ADAD2 ADAD3

L
16

C445 XX B

SDRAM
MB-103 (5/7)

4-23

4-24

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveform. 2 3 1
MB-103 BOARD(6/7)
SYSTEM CONTROL

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT


GND

NO MARK:REC/PB MODE
B+ B+
IPSW XAVDIT FL106

36 TO(7/7)

+3.3V +1.8V

IC106
FLASH MEMORY IC106 HA16 1.9 MBM29LV160BE-90TN A16 BYTE VSS DQ15/A-1 DQ7 DQ14 DQ6 DQ13 DQ5 DQ12 DQ4 VCC DQ11 DQ3 DQ10 DQ2 DQ9 DQ1 DQ8 DQ0 OE VSS CE A0 HA0 HA0 HA1 HA1 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A19 A20 WE RESET N.C. WP/ACC RY/BY A18 A17 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 0.5 3.4 HA17 HA2 HA2 HA3 HA3 HA4 HA4 3.0 1.0 2.5 0.8 2.6 0.9 2.7 0.9 3.4 2.7 1.0 2.9 1.0 2.9 0.6 2.9 1.0 2.7 HD0 2.6 HD1 3.0 HA1 HD2 HD2 HD3 HD3 IC107 XX HA21 A19 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 BYTE VSS D15/A-1 D7 D14 D6 D13 D5 D12 D4 VCC HD4 HD4 N.C. A18 A17 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 CE VSS OE D0 D8 D1 D9 D2 D10 D3 D11 HD1 HD0 HD15 HD7 HD14 HD6 HD13 HD5 HD12 HD4 C129 0.01u B HD11 HD3 HD10 HD2 HD9 HD1 HD8 HD0 HA5 HA5 HA6 HA6 HA7 HA7 HA8 HA8 HA9 HA9 HA10 HA10 HA11 HA11 HA12 HA12 HA13 HA13 HA14 HA14 HA15 HA15 HA16 HA16 HA17 HA17 HA18 HA18 HA19 HA19 HA20 HA20 HA21 HA21

TSENSD

TSENSU

TSENSO

XSDPIT

XARPIT

HA15 HA14 HA13 HA12

1.0 1.5 1.2 2.2 1.9 2.2 1.1 2.5

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

B
SO1

18 TO(3/7,4/7)

37 TO(7/7)

SC1 XDACS FSEL TSENSO TSENSO XDACS FSEL

R161 XX R164 47k (2012) R166 47k (2012) R169 47k (2012)

IC101
EEP ROM

R103 100

R104 100

HA11

SO0

HA21

HA20

HA19

HA18

FL103

JL127

HA17

SC0

SI0

HA10 HA9 HA20 HA21

TSENSD TSENSD IC101 M24C16-WMN6T C109 100u 4V

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

B+
R175 XX

0 3.4 3.4

TSENSU TSENSU

C102 0.01u B

C114 0.01u B

C121 0.01u B

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

1.5

3.3

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.2

3.4

3.4

3.4

3.4

0.8

2.5

1.5

1.8

8 TO(2/7)

TRMP OCSW2 TRMM

TRMP

3.4

0.5

A1 A2

WP SCL

JL128

JL109

3.4

R139 3.4 3300

R140 XX R143 XX R145 XX R147 XX R149 XX R152 XX R154 XX R156 10k R162 3300 R163 3300 R165 3300 R168 3300

R138 XX

A0

VCC

3.4

R187 XX

30 TO(4/7)

R177 XX R178 10k HA19 HA18 HA8 HA7

0 3.4 1.5 1.8 0.7 1.2 2.6 0.8 2.2 1.3 1.5

OCSW2 TRMM

SC1

SO1

SO0

AN3

AN2

AN1

AN0

HA22

HA21

HA20

HA19

HA18

XSACS

AVRH

AVSS

R109 XX R118 100k R119 100k

AVCC

HA17

INT7

INT6

INT5

INT4

INT3

INT1

INT0

VCC

SC0

INT2

WP

SI1

SI0

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 3.4

GND SDA

HA6

60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

SI2 SO2 DSENS VSS XRST XARPRST RGBSEL SDA SCL TRM+ EUROVY EXT/DSEL MD0 MD1 MD2 DREQ0 DACK0 XDRVMUTE DREQ1 DACK1 XIFCS VSS X1 X2 VCC CKSW1/TSW1 OCSW1/TSW2 CS0X CS1X CS2X

HA16 VSS HA15 HA14 HA13 HA12 HA11 HA10 HA9 HA8 VCC HA7

91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120

SI2 SO2 DSENS

3.2 3.2 0

1.8

HA16 HA5 HA4

1.0 1.4 1.2 2.1 1.8 2.2 1.1 0.8 3.4 1.2 2.6 0.8 2.2 1.4 1.5 3.0 0 C122 0.01u B

HA15 HA3 HA14 HA2 HA13 HA12 HA11 HA10

15 TO(3/7,4/7,
7/7)

XRST WIDE RGBSEL SDA R120 1k R121 1k R122 XX

3.4 0 0 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

HA21 HA20 HA9 HA10 HA11 HA12 HA13 HA14 HA15 HA16 HA17 R184 10k HD15 HD7 HD14 HD6 HD13 HD5 HD12 HD4

HD5 HD5 HD6 HD6 HD7 HD7 HD8 HD8 HD9 HD9 HD10 HD10 HD11 HD11 HD12 HD12 HD13 HD13 HD14 HD14 HD15 HD15

NOT USE

SCL TRMP EUROVY EXT/DSEL

HA9 HA8

HA19 HA18 HA8

23 TO(4/7)

HA7 HA6 HA5 HA4 HA3 HA2 HA1 HA0

HA7 HA6 HA5 HA4 HA3

F
DREQ0 DACK0 R111 100 R123 10k

HA5 HA4 HA3 HA2 HA1 HA0 VSS HD15 HD14 HD13

3.4 3.4 3.4

IC104 MB91307RPFV-G-BND-E1

HA1

DREQ1 DACK1 R112 100 R124 10k

3.4 3.4 3.1 R113 22k R125 XX 1.7 1.6

G
1 2
R110 1k

3.0 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.6 2.8 3.0 2.9 1.0 0.7

HD15 HD14 HD13 HD12 HD11 HD10 HD9 HD8 HD7 HD6 FL108 XX HD0 HD8 HD1 HD9 HD2 HD10 HD3 HD11

3.4 0

HD12 HD11 HD10 HD9 HD8 HD7 HD6

2.4 XDRVMUTE X101 16.5MHz C108 0.01u B R126 XX R127 XX 0 3.4 3.4 R128 100

12 TO(2/7)

CKSW1 OCSW1 XAVDCS2 XAVDCS3

CS7X 3.4 XWAIT 3.4 BGRNTX 0 BRQ 2.6 XRD 3.4 XWRH 3.4 XWRL 3.4 NMIX 1.7 VCCI

VSS 3.4 XFRRST

2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

28 TO(4/7)

CPUCK 3.4 OCSW2 3.4 XDACS 3.4 TRM3.4 48/44.1K 0 WIDE 3.4 MA_MUTE 3.4 SRAMWE 1.1 HD0 0.6 HD1 1.0 HD2 1.1 HD3 0.9 HD4 0.9 HD5

22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

HA2

SYSTEM CONTROL

IC104

HA6

21 TO(3/7)

3.4 CS3X 3.4 CS4X 3.4 CS5X 1.7 VCCI

CS6X

IC108

XX A5 A6 A7 OE UB LB I/O15 I/O14 I/O13 I/O12 GND VCC I/O11 I/O10 I/O9 I/O8 N.C. A8 A9 A10 A11 N.C.

RB102

10k XX 1

A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 CS I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 VCC GND I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 WE A15 A14 A13 A12 N.C.

HA4 HA3 HA2 HA1

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

HA5

HA6 HA7 HA8

B+

R150 10k R153 XX

JL107

JL108

CL101

R141 10k

B+
XARPIT XARPIT XSDPIT XSDPIT

R133 0

10 9 8 7 5 4 3 2

R170 XX R172 XX

R142 XX R129 100 R130 100 R131 100 R101 XX XWAIT R102 XX R117 1k R144 XX C111 0.01u B C118 0.01u B C120 0.01u B

HD0 HD1 HD5 HD2

FL102

R106 100

R132 0

61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 RB101 6

HD15 HD14 HD13 HD12 C130 XX HD11 HD10 HD9 HD8

HD3 HD2 HD1 HD4

R146 XX R148 XX

17 TO(3/7)

XWAIT XWRH

R151 R155 XX XX

OCSW2

TRMM

R105

XSDPCS

FSEL

XWRH

R188 XX

XDACS

HD0 HD5 HD6 HD7

XRD IPSW WIDE

XRD IPSW WIDE RGBSEL EUROVY EXT/DSEL

HA16 HA15 HA14 HA13

22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

XARPCS

100

HD4 HD3

HA9 HA10 HA11 HA12 SO2 SI2 SI0 SC0 SO0 SO2 SI2 SI0 SC0 SO0

38 TO(7/7)

RGBSEL EUROVY EXT/DSEL MA_MUTE

6 TO(1/7)

XLDON XAVDIT DREQ0 DREQ1 XAVDIT DREQ0 DREQ1 DACK0 DACK1 XWAIT

R107 XX

39 TO(7/7)

XWRH

XRD

XIFBUSY XIFCS XFRRST XFRRST

L
16

22 TO(4/7)

DACK0 DACK1 XWAIT XWRH XRD

31 TO(4/7)

4-25

4-26

SYSTEM CONTROL
MB-103 (6/7)

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-11 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-5 for waveforms.

10
R613 XX R614 XX

11

12
R612 0 FB602 0uH FB603 0uH R609 0 R608 0 R607 0

13

14

MB-103 BOARD(7/7)
AUDIO DAC,PLL
-REF.NO.:1000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE * :Cannot be measured
NOT USE

PR_V PR_C PR_Y PR_Y/G PR_CB/R PR_CR/B

COMPOUT COUT YOUT Y/G CB/R CR/B

27 TO(4/7)

MA_MUTE

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA PB Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL

R621 XX R619 XX

RGBSEL EUROVY IPSW EXT/DSEL WIDE CN601 1 2 3 Cr/B WIDE Cb/R GND Y/G GND Y GND C DISCEXT V EUROVY GND RGBSEL ALTSPDIF ALT+ P_GND_SPDIF P_GND_2CH RMUTE ART+ LMUTE ARTMAMUTE AU+5V TO AV-61 BOARD CN203 25P B TO B

34 TO(6/7)

JL601 JL602

C 20 IC601
AUDIO D/A CONVERTER R623 XX

JL603

JL604

4 5

JL605

6 7

JL606 JL607 JL608

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

D
25 TO(4/7)

SPDIF1 IC601 1.6 512FS2CH 1.7 BCK 0 ACH12 1.7 LRCK R601 100 3.4 CXD9627A-E2 DZFL DZFR VDD VSS AOUTL+ AOUTLAOUTR+ AOUTR-

JL609

MCLK BICK SDTI LRCK PDN CSN CCLK CDTI

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

0 0 4.9 C602 0.22u B C603 10u 16V

JL622 JL610 JL611 C604 0.01u B JL612 JL613 JL614 JL615 JL616 JL617 JL618 JL619 JL620 JL623 JL621

(PAGE 4-31)

15 TO(3/7,4/7,
6/7)

2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

XRST XDACS

3.4 3.4 SC1 3.4 SO1 FSEL C601 0.001u B

37 TO(6/7)

+1.8V

B+ B+
SO2 SI2 R185 1k JL123 JL124 6 5 JL125 JL129 4 3 2 1 SO2 SO2 SI2 SI2 SI0 SI0 SC0 SC0 CN101 R179 XX R180 100 R186 XX R181 0 R182 100 R183 100 JL110 JL130 JL111 JL120 JL112 JL113 JL114 JL131 SO0 JL115 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 GND XFRRST 3.3V_MNT XIFCS XIFBUSY SI0 SC0 GND SO0 TO IF-89 BOARD CN404 9P B TO B SO0 SO0 XFRRST TXD RXD GND +3.3V GND RF MON FOR CHECK CN103 6P

36 TO(6/7)

+3.3V GND +3.3V GND +5V

35 TO(5/7)

B+ 2 TO(1/7)
RFMON

JL126

14 TO(3/7)

33MARP 33MAVD 512FSAVD

G
IC102 XX VIN

26 TO(4/7)

+1.8V +3.3V GND +1.8V

24 TO(4/7)

B+
1
CONT GND

29 TO(4/7)
5

512FS2CH 27MAVD

13 TO(3/7)
R176 0 R157 0 R158 R159 R160 0 XX 0

+5V +3.3V GND +5V

39 TO(6/7)

R116 22 VOUT

NOISE

H
FL101 R108 2.2 C104 0.01u B

C103 100u 4V

IC103
B+
IC103 3.4 VDD VSS 1.7 27-1OUT 27-2OUT 3.4 VDD VSS * XTI 1.5 XTO PLL SM8707AV-E2 N.C 1.7 33-1OUT 3.4 FSEL 1.7 33-2OUT 3.4 VDD VSS 0 512-1OUT 0 512-2OUT

7 TO(2/7)
C112 XX

XIFCS +3.3V XIFBUSY GND SI0 SC0 +5V

(PAGE 4-10)

3
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
JL103 R134 22

1 TO(1/7)

+3.3V GND

C101 XX

2
C105 0.01u B C106 9p C107 9p

JL101 JL102

JL104 C110 R135 0.01u XX B R136 22

FB103 0uH

FL104

FB104 0uH FL105

B+ B+
FB106 0uH FB107 0uH

JL132 JL116 JL133 JL117 JL121 FB111 0uH JL134 JL118 JL135 JL119 1 2 3 4 5 6 +1.8V +5V GND +3.3V +11V M_GND

CN102

6P

JL105 JL106

L101 4.7uH C113 C116 C117 C119 XX XX XX XX

FB105 0uH

B+
FL109

FB109 0uH

FL110

TO IF-89 BOARD (CN403) (MF-128 HARNESS)

X102 R114 27MHz 0

R137 22

+11V

(PAGE 4-9)

1 J
16

10 TO(2/7)
M_GND

C125 47u 4V

C126 100u 6.3V

C127 47u 16V

FB108 0uH

C128 220u 4V

JL122

C124 XX

AUDIO DAC, PLL


MB-103 (7/7)

4-27

4-28

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-29 for printed wiring board.

10

11

12

13

14

AV-61 BOARD(1/2) A
AUDIO OUT
-REF.NO.:2000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE
RGBSEL EUROVY

R201 4700 0.5% C201 560p CH R202 4700 0.5% R205 5600 0.5% R208 2200 C203 180p CH

R210 2200 R212 5600 0.5%

C207 0.01u B

C206 180p CH

R226 470 C210 47u 16V

D_GND_VIDEO R229 47k

1.3

10.6

1.3

B+ B8 R238 100k 0 R237 XX 0.8 R235 4700 R240 470 R234 4700 R241 470 R242 470 R239 XX

R284 0 RY201 XX

JL238 LCH_OUT

B
1 TO(2/2)

V DISCEXT C
IC201 BA4558F-E2

12

10

Y Y/G CB/R WIDE CR/B D_GND_VIDEO

IC201
AUDIO AMP

Q207 TRANSISTOR2SD1938(F)-ST(TX).SO RCH MUTE

D206 XX 1 3 5 6 JL239

LCH_OUT2

RCH_OUT Q208 TRANSISTOR2SD1938(F)-ST(TX).SO LCH MUTE 4


-10.1 1.3

0.8

C
CN203 25P Cr/B WIDE Cb/R 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 JL218 JL217 JL216 JL215 JL214 JL224 JL223 JL222 JL221 JL220 R204 4700 0.5% C202 560p CH R203 4700 0.5% R206 5600 0.5% C204 180p CH

3
1.3

2
0

1
P_GND

B-

R285 0

2 TO(2/2)

RCH_OUT2 C205 180p CH C211 47u 16V R243 470 R244 XX R245 XX AUDIO Q205 2SB709A-QRS-TX MUTE DRIVE 10.0 9.9 C209 1u 50V R224 10k P_GND ERAUDIOR ERAUDIOL JL240

R207 2200

R227 470 R209 2200 R211 5600 0.5% C208 0.01u B R230 47k

D_GND_VIDEO Y/G D_GND_VIDEO Y D_GND_VIDEO C DISC/EXR V

C215 XX

C216 XX

C217 XX

C218 XX

3 TO(2/2)
9.2 R228 10k 0

B+ B+

VMUTE AI+5V AU+11V

TO MB-103 BOARD(7/7) CN601

EUROVY D_GND_VIDEO RGBSEL ALTSPDIF ALT+ P_GND_SPDIF P_GND_AUDIO

R222 10k D202 DAP202K-T-146 6.0

(SEE PAGE 4-28)

Q204 DTC124TKA-T146 MUTE DRIVE

Q202 UN2213-TX MUTE DRIVE

JL213 JL212 JL211 JL210 JL209 D201 DAN202K-T-146 R213 4700 0.6

0.6

R225 47k

JL237 JL236 JL235 JL234 Q210 XX JL233 JL232 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R236 XX SW_-13V AI+5V AU+11V

CN202

7P

RMUTE ART+ LMUTE ARTMAMUTE AU+5V

D_GND_VIDEO EVER+3.3V A_MUTE VMUTE

TO IF-89 BOARD CN402

JL208 JL207 JL206 JL205

B+

(SEE PAGE 4-9)

B+

C212 XX D203 XX C213 220u 16V R232 XX R231 XX Q206 XX

JL231

B+

G
4.9 Q211 2SC2712-YG-TE85L BUFFER 1.7 R249 220 R253 1k 2.4 R254 1k C229 47u 16V R256 1k R214 XX

Q209 XX R233 XX Q201 2SB710A-RTX SWITCH 10.6 10.7

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA
C242 330u 6.3V

Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

PB
B+

R251 68

IC203 NJM78L05UA-TE1

H
J201 R287 XX COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT JL201 C226 XX

C228 47u 16V

C240 XX

10.0 R216 5600 -10.6

R217 10k Q203 2SC2712-YG-TE85L SWITCH R219 220k -10.1 C243 XX -10.8 --11.4 R221 10k C244 47u 16V R220 470

IC203
R252 10k
IN

AU+5V REG

GND

OUT

C241 XX -10.8

1
4.9

2
10.6

1.7
1

JL202 JL203 JL204

R218 100k

-12.0

BSW_-13V

D IN OPTICAL VCC GND IC204 GP1FA550TZ

4.9
2

B+ B+
C227 47u 16V C221 XX C222 0.01u B C223 0.01u B C224 47u 16V

B-

D205 1SS355TE-17

Q216 2SB709A-QRS-TX SWITCH

4 TO(2/2)

R281 XX

D_GND_VIDEO P_GND AUDIO

IC204
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT

R283 XX

J
16

AUDIO OUT
AV-61 (1/2)

4-31

4-32

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-29 for printed wiring board. Refer to page 4-6 for waveforms.

10

11

12

13
JL117 D101 XX

14
SW_-13V

15

AV-61 BOARD(2/2) A
VIDEO OUT
1 2 5

NOT USE

-REF.NO.:2000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:PB MODE

D_GND_VIDEO JL136 LCH_OUT JL137 JL118 LCH_OUT2 RCH_OUT RCH_OUT2 P_GND AUDIO

2 TO(1/2)

JL121

RY102 XX

B+ B-

L101 100uH

B+
IC102 C109 0.047u B
1

R129 10k

AUDIO1 R R286 0 R131 68 R140 XX R154 0 R141 XX AUDIO1 L

AUDIO2 R AUDIO2 L

LA73050-TLM
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

NC NC NC VIDEO_IN VIDEO_OUT DCCNT1 GND GND C_IN MUTE1 Y_OUT Y_IN NC(DCCNT2) NC(GND) NC NC +5V(NC) Y_IN(NC) DCCNT2 GND Cb_IN MUTE2 Cr_IN -5V Y_OUT GND CB_OUT NC Cr_OUT -5V -5V -5V C_OUT NC

0.5
3

NC +5V

JL108

VIDEO1

VIDEO2 J104

4.5 0.6 C112 0.1u B

0.6

R130 68

JL116

LINE OUT

0.6 3.4
7

0.1

2 3 4 5 6

Y RGBSEL EUROVY DISCEXT

0.5 C110 47u 16V R123 XX 0.5 1.1 1.1


9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 8

0.6 -5.0 -5.0 R133 68 R142 XX

JL119

D_GND_VIDEO

G C

J103 S1 VIDEO OUT

1 TO(1/2)

Y/G

4.5 0.6

CB/R

0.6 3.4

0.1

R134 68 R144 XX

JL120

CR/B 4.5

0.6 -5.0 Q105 UN2111-TX WIDE SWITCH

0.1 -5.0

BD105 HZM6.8ZWA1TL D106 HZM6.8ZWA1TL

4.5 0

C111 R124 47u XX 16V

WIDE D_GND_VIDEO CN102 21P V -5V C D_GND_VIDEO 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 JL109 JL110 JL111 JL112 JL113 JL114 JL131 JL132 JL133 JL134 JL107 JL106 JL101 JL102 JL103 JL104 JL105 R122 XX

IC102
VIDEO BUFFER C114 C113 0.1u 47u 16V B

R121 10k

Q104 UN2213-TX WIDE SWITCH

R126 XX

R143 XX R145 XX

JL122 JL123

J102 XX

Y D_GND_VIDEO Y/G D_GND_VIDEO Cb/R


TO ER-14 BOARD CN901

R127 XX Q106 XX

R147

XX

JL124

B-

R128 XX R149 XX R146 68 R148 68 R150 68 JL125


1

14P Y D_GND_VIDEO Cb D_GND_VIDEO


14

D_GND_VIDEO cR/B VMUTE WIDE +5V DISCEXT +11V ERAUDIOR P_GND_AUDIO EUROVY ERAUDIOL

R151 XX

JL126
4 3

(SEE PAGE 4-37)

R155 XX

JL127
5 6

Cr D_GND_VIDEO N.C. LINE1 LINE2

CN103 D1 VIDEO OUT


8 1

D102 HZM6.8ZWA1TL

D103 HZM6.8ZWA1TL

14 13 12 11 10

D104 HZM6.8ZWA1TL JL128

N.C. LINE3 SW_GND N.C. SW

H
3 TO(1/2)

RGBSEL VMUTE AI+5V AU+11V ERAUDIOR ERAUDIOL

R152 10k

JL130

JL129

B+ B+

SIGNAL PATH
IC103 NJM79M05DL1A(TE2)

VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA Y Y/CHROMA

C115

ET101 XX

AUDIO SIGNAL

XX

I
GND

PB
IN OUT

IC103
-5V REG R153 33 C101 0.01u B

2
-9.8

3
-5.0

SW_-13V

B-

BJL115

J
16

4 TO(1/2)
D_GND_VIDEO P_GND AUDIO

C102 47u 16V

4-33

4-34

VIDEO OUT
AV-61 (2/2)

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

ER-14 (AV AMP) PRINTED WIRING BOARD

: Uses unleaded solder.

For printed wiring board

Power block

There are a few cases that the part printed on this diagram isnt mounted in this model.

AV-61 board (AUDIO/VIDEO OUT) ER-14 board (AV AMP)

MS-81 board (LOADING MOTOR)

FL-126 board (LED) IF-89 board (IF COM)

MB-103 board (DVD/CD RF AMP, SERVO, MOTOR DRIVE, AD DECODER, SYSTEM CONTROL, AUDIO ADC, PLL)

AV AMP
ER-14

4-35

4-36

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

1 ER-14 BOARD A
LINE OUT
-REF.NO.: SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT

10

11

12

13

14

15

IC901
L905 100uH CN901 21P V -5V C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 JL948 JL949 JL950 JL941 JL942 JL943 JL944 JL945 JL946 JL947 R901 XX R902 0 C912 XX C909 XX C908 XX C901 47u 16V C902 47u 16V R919 XX R936 XX 0 0 JL939 R913 XX 0.5 JL938 C903 47u 16V JL933 JL934 JL935 JL936 JL937 C905 47u 16V VIDEO BUFFER

B+ B-

B-

R956 XX C913 0.22u B 1.1

IC901

LA73052-TLM +5V NC R/C_OUT MUTE1 GND NC SW1 G_OUT MUTE2 B_OUT NC V/Y_OUT MUTE3 NC NC -5V NC -5V

Y GND Y/G GND Cb/R TO AV-61 BOARD(2/2) CN102 GND Cr/B VMUTE WIDE +5V DISCEXT +11V ERAUDIOR GND(AU) EUROVY

DCCNT1 GND DCCNT2 GND C_IN NC R_IN NC G_IN NC B_IN SW2 V_IN NC Y_IN NC DCCNT3 GND

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

GND

4.7 C907 47u 16V R927 68

0.6

-0.6 3.4

3.4 -0.6 3.4 -0.6 R928 68 R929 68 R918 68

0 3.3 0.1

B+

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

B+

R903 XX

(SEE PAGE 4-33)

-0.1 3.4

B-5.1

RGBSEL

R940 XX R941 XX R942 XX R943 XX

R905 47k R906 47k

ERAUDIOL

-5.1 C914 0.22u B

D907 DAP202K-T-146

R950 22k

R944 XX

E
11.7

B+

11.7

Q907 UN2111-TX Q906-908 FUNCTION SWITCH FB907 0uH D917 HZM6.8ZWA1TL R917 2200 FB908 0uH D918 HZM6.8ZWA1TL

B+
Q902,903 BLANKING SWITCH 0

0.5

R916 2200

Q902 2SD601A-QRS-TX R907 47k 4.9

4.9 R909 330 Q903 UN2111-TX 0 D901 1SS355TE-17

Q906 UN2213-TX

R914 2200 R915 1k

CNJ902 JL917 JL918 JL919 JL920 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 C963 R939 47 100p

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GND(E) V_IN V/Y_OUT GND(E) GND(E) BLANKING_OUT R/C_OUT GND(E) GND(E) N.C. G_OUT AVLINKO GND(E) FUNCTION_SW_OUT B_OUT A(L)IN GND(E) GND(A) A(L)OUT A(R)IN A(R)OUT LINE(RGB)-TV

0.5 0 R910 330

Q908 UN2211-TX C962 100p

JL921 JL922

Q901 UN2213-TX SWITCH 3.4

0 0 R908 220k

R911 330 R912 330 FB909 0uH

D929 UDZ-TE-17-6.2B D930 UDZ-TE-17-13B

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C943 100p

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C945 100p

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AV AMP
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DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415

SWITCHING REGULATOR
T101 TR010032:HS11S1F TR011019:HS11S1U POWER TRANSFORMER HS11S1F 1 8 D211 D2L20U D213 D1NS4/6 C211 150u 35V L211 10u C213 47u 35V R212 47k Q211 2SJ525

Z150 ST02D-170 2 D221 D1NL20U

D313 1SS270A

R211 1.5k

L150 (SHORT) C110 150u 400V

L221 100uH C221 100u35V C223 47u 35V P311 1A/125V

R313 270

R613 220 C314 22u 50V

SW201 EVQPC005K
1 2

CN201 13P
POWER P-CONT EVER-13V MGND MGND SW+11V SW+11V SW+3.3V GND GND EVER+3.3V SW+5V EVER+11V

D312 D1N60 3 9 IC101 M1P2E4 C PC101A TLP421F C111 10u 50V L110 45 R110 10 D110 D1NL20U 5 D311 D1NS4 D611 D1NS4

R213 680

3 4 5

L311 39uH L611 10uH

Q311 2SD1768S IC411 XC6201P352TH I G O R621 390 Q611 2SC2655

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

TO IF-89 BOARD CN401

C151 100p:HS11S1F 150p:HS11S1U 2kV

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P611 2.0A/125V C311 150u 35V C611 330u 35V C613 47u 35V C313 47u 35V

C117 1u 50V

D103 0.8W 33V

R113 100

Q621 DTC143ESA R311 1k C413 47u 35V R622 120 R711 1.8k

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C112 47u 35V

D621 SLR-343VC

Q712 DTC143ESA C711 47u 35V

6 12 11

D622 SLR-343MC

D212 0.8W 33V

C511 100u 35V

C513 47u 35V

HS11S1F CN101 2P 1 C101 0.22u 250V 2 L101 18mH L102 18mH R101 1M R102 1M C102 (OPEN) D104 S1WBA60 PC101B TLP421F F101 2A/250V 13 R301 68 D511 D1NL20U:HS11S1F D2L20U:HS11S1U P511 1.5A/125V L511 100uH

R303 2.2k

R304 1.2k R305 300(270-360)

C103 100p 250V

C104 100p 250V

C301 1u 50V C302 10u 50V IC301 AN1431T

FG101 TP00370-41

C107 680p:HS11S1F 1000p:HS11S1U 250V

R306 1.6k

FG201 TPOO370-41

Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

Note : Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.

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4-42

SWITCHING REGULATOR
POWER BLOCK (HS11S1, HS11S1F)

DVP-NS305/NS310/NS315/NS405/NS410/NS415 SECTION 6 TEST MODE


6-1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Test Mode allows you to make diagnosis and adjustment easily using the remote commander and monitor TV. The instructions, diagnostic results, etc. are given on the on-screen display (OSD).

6-3. SYSCON DIAGNOSIS


The same contents as board detail check by serial interface can be checked from the remote commander. On the Test Mode Menu screen, press [0] key on the remote commander, and the following check menu will be displayed.
### Syscon Diagnosis ### Check Menu Quit All Version Peripheral Servo Supply AV Decoder Video Audio

6-2. STARTING TEST MODE


Press the [TITLE], [CLEAR], [POWER] keys on the remote commander in this order with the power of main unit in OFF status, and the Test Mode starts, then DIAG START will be displayed on the fluorescent display tube and the menu shown below will be displayed on the TV screen. At the bottom of menu screen, the model name and revision number are displayed. Last Off at the lower right of screen indicates the information code concerning the last power off. To execute each function, select the desired menu and press its number on the remote commander. To exit from the Test Mode, press the [POWER] key.
Test Mode Menu 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Syscon Diagnosis Drive Auto Adjustment Drive Manual Operation Mecha Aging Emargency Hisory Version Information Video Level Adjustment Exit: Power Key 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. _

0. (Quit)
Quit the Syscon Diagnosis and return to the Test Mode Menu.

1. (All items continuous check)


This menu checks all diagnostic items continuously. Normally, all items are checked successively one after another automatically unless an error is found, but at a certain item that requires judgment through a visual check to the result, the following screen is displayed for the key entry.
### Syscon Diagnosis ###

_ Model : DPX-6xxxx Revision : x.xxx Last Off: xx

Power Off Information Code List


00: Primary Power Off 01: Power Off Request from SYSTEM CONTROL 02: Power Off by Emergency Power Off Command from SYSTEM CONTROL (if information is sent from SYSTEM CONTROL) 03: IF CON Judged that SYSTEM CONTROL is Faulty 04: Power Off from Diagnosis Mode of IF CON 05: Forced Power Off by the User 06: Power Off by Power Supply Voltage Monitor
Diag All Check No. 2 Version 2-3. ROM Check Sum Check Sum = 2005

Press NEXT Key to Continue Press PREV key to Repeat _

For the ROM Check, the check sum calculated by the Syscon is output, and therefore you must compare it with the specified value for confirmation. Following the message, press > key to go to the next item, or . key to repeat the same check again.

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To quit the diagnosis and return to the Check Menu screen, press x or [ENTER] key. If an error occurred, the diagnosis is suspended and the error code is displayed as shown below.
### Syscon Diagnosis ###

General Description of Checking Method


2. Version
(2-2) Revision ROM revision number is displayed. Error: Not detected. The revision number defined in the source file is displayed with four digits. (2-3) ROM Check Sum Check sum is calculated. Error: Not detected. 8-bit data are added up to the ROM address 0x000F0000 to 0x002EFFFF, and the result is displayed with 4-digit hexadecimal number. Error is not detected. Compare the result with the specified value. (2-4) Model Type Model code is displayed. Error: Not detected. The model code read from the EEPROM is displayed with 2-digit hexadecimal number. (2-5) Region Region code is displayed. Error: Not detected. The region code determined from the model code is displayed. (2-6) Mt Check Mount resistance is checked. Error 22: The region code does not accord. Check whether the region code that is deduced from model resistance and destination resistance accords with the region code that is deduced from region resistance value.

3-2. EEPROM Check Error 03: EEPROM Write/Read N Address : 00000001 Write Data : 2492 Read Data : 2490 Press NEXT Key to Continue Press PREV key to Repeat _

Press x key to quit the diagnosis, or . key to repeat the same item where an error occurred, or > key to continue the check from the item next to faulty item. Selecting [2] and subsequent items call the submenu screen of each item. When is displayed in the submenu, it means that the test is not supported in the model. For example, if 5. Supply is selected, the following submenu will be displayed.

0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. _

### Syscon Diagnosis ### Check Menu No. 5 Supply Quit All ARP Register Check ARP to RAM Data Bus ARP to RAM Address Bus ARP RAM Check

3. Peripheral
(3-2) EEPROM Check Data write t read, and accord check Error 03: EEPROM write/read discord 0x9249, 0x2942 and 0x4294 are written to the address 0x00 to 0xFF of the EEPROM and then read for checking. Before writing, the data are saved, then after checking, they are written to restore the contents of EEPROM. (3-3) Gate Array Check (Machine only in which Gate Array is installed) Data write t read, and accord check Error 02: Gate array write/read discord Data of 0x00 to 0xFF is written sequentially to the address 0xF and then read for checking. (3-4) HAND FLASH Check (HAND Flash installed model only) Data clear t write t read, and accord check Error 04: Clear error 05: Write error 06: Read data discord 21: Number of defective block exceeds 10. Clear 0th block of flash memory and write. Then read for checking. When defective block exists, the address is displayed. When the number of defective block exceeds 10, it is error. (3-5) SACD Check (SACD Decoder installed model only) Device reset t Built-in RAM check Error 50: Write/read data discord

0. (Quit)
Quit the submenu and return to the main menu.

1. (All submenu items continuous check.)


This menu checks 2 and subsequent items successively. At the item where visual check is required for judgment or an error occurred, the checking is suspended and the message is output for key entry. Normally, all items are checked successively one after another automatically unless an error is found. Selecting [2] and subsequent items executes respective menus and outputs the results. For the contents of each submenu, see General Description of Checking Method and Check Items List.

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(3-6) Venc Check (Progressive support model only) Data write t read, and accord check Error: 52: Write/read data discord Error may occur due to defect of access with syscon. (3-7) (Not supported) (3-8) External RAM Check (External RAM installed model only) Test data write t read, and accord check Error Check the external RAM used in syscon.

4. Servo
(4-2) Servo DSP Check Data write t read, and accord check Error 12: Read data discord 0x9249, 0x2942 and 0x4294 are written to the RAM address 0x602 of the Servo DSP and then read for checking. (4-3) Check no support. (4-4) RF Amp Register Check Data write t read, and accord check Error xx: RF Amp register write, and read data discord Implement 8-bit shift operation of the xx to the readable/ writable register of the RF Amp. If once write data do not accord with read data, it is NG.

(5-4) ARP to RAM Address Bus Data write t other address read discord check Error 10: ARP Tt RAM address bus error Caution: Address and data display in case of an error is different from the display of other diagnosis (described later). Before starting the test, all addresses of RAM (IC303) are cleared to 0x0000. First, 0xA55A is written to the address 0x00000, and the address data are read and checked from addresses 0x00001 to 0x80000 while shifting 1 bit each. Next, the data at that address is cleared, and it is written to the address 0x00001, and read and checked in the same manner. This check is repeated up to the address 0x80000 while shifting the address data by 1 bit each. If data other than 0 is read at the addresses except written address, an error is given because all addresses were already cleared to 0. In this check, the error display pattern is different from that of other diagnosis; read data, written address, and read address are displayed in this order. However, the message uses same template, and accordingly exchange Address and Data when reading. The following display, for example,
### Syscon Diagnosis ###

5. Data Supply System


(5-2) ARP Register Check Data write t read, and accord check Error 08: ARP register write, and read data discord Data 0x00 to 0xFF is written sequentially to the ARP TMAX register (address 0xC6) and then read for checking. (5-3) ARP to RAM Data Bus Data write t read, and accord check Error 09: ARP Tt RAM data bus error Data 0x0001 to 0x8000 where one bit each is set to 1 are written to the address 0 of RAM (IC303) connected to the ARP (IC302) through the bus, then they are read and checked. In case of discord, written bit pattern and read data are displayed. If data where multiple bits are 1 are read, the bits concerned may touch each other. Further, if data where certain bit is always 1 or 0 regardless of written data, the line could be disconnected or shorted.

5-4. ARP to RAM Address Bus Error 10: ARP - RAM Address B Address : 0000A55A Write Data : 00000000 Read Data : 00080000 Press NEXT Key to Continue Press PREV key to Repeat _

shows the data 0xA55A was read from address 0x00080000 though it was written to the address 0x00000000. This implies that these addresses are in the form of shadow. Also, if the read data is not 0xA55A, another error will be present. (5-5) ARP RAM Check Data write t read, and accord check Error 11: ARP RAM read data discord The program code data stored in ROM are copied to all areas of RAM (IC303) connected to the ARP through the bus, then they are read and checked if they accord. If the detail check was selected initially, the data are written to all areas and read, then the same test is conducted once again with the data where all bits are inverted between 1 and 0. If discord is detected, faulty address, written data, and read data are displayed following the error code 11, and the test is suspended.

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6. AV Decoder
(6-2) 1935 RAM Data write t read, and accord check Error 13: AVD RAM read data discord The program code data stored in ROM (IC107) are copied to all areas of RAM (IC504, IC505) connected to the AVD through the bus, then they are read and checked if they accord. Further, the same test is conducted once again with the data where all bits are inverted between 1 and 0. If discord is detected, faulty address, written data, and read data are displayed following the error code 13, and the test is suspended. During the test, OSD display becomes blank as the OSD area is also checked. (6-3) 1935 SP ROM t AVD RAM t Video OUT Error: Not detected. The data including sub picture streams in ROM are transferred to the RAM in AVD, and output as video signals from the AVD. Though OSD display becomes blank, the output of video signals continues until the key is pressed.

8. Audio Output (8-2) ARP t1935 Data flow from supply system DRAM to SDRAM of AV Decoder is tested. Error 14: ARP t 1935 video NG 15: ARP t 1935 audio NG (8-3) Test Tone Pink noise output Error: Not detected. In the models without DD output, the test tone is output from L and R of 2-channel only, and in the models with DD output, the test tone is output from L and R of 2-channel, and all channels of 5.1 output. After turning on all outputs, each time the [NEXT] key is pressed, the output channel is switched for individual channel checking. Diagnosis Check Items List 2. Version Display (2-2) Revision (2-3) ROM Check Sum (2-4) Model Type (2-5) Region (2-6) Mt Check 3. Peripheral (3-2) EEPROM Check (3-3) Gate Array Check (3-4) NAND FLASH Check (NAND Flash installed model only) (3-5) SACD Check (SACD decoder installed model only) (3-6) Venc Check (Video encoder installed model only) (3-7) (Function not supported) (3-8) External RAM Check (External RAM installed model only) 4. Servo (4-2) Servo DSP Check (4-3) (Function not supported) (4-4) RF Amp Register Check 5. Data Supply System (5-2) ARP Register Check (5-3) ARP to RAM Data Bus (5-4) ARP to RAM Address Bus (5-5) ARP RAM Check 6. AV Decoder (6-2) 1935 RAM (6-3) 1935 SP 7. Video Output (7-2) Color Bar (7-3) Composite Out (European model only) (7-4) Y/C Out (European model only) (7-5) RGB Out (European model only) (7-6) Component Out (European model only) (7-7) Euro AV Through (European model only) 8. Audio Output (8-2) ARP t1935 (8-3) Test Tone

7. Video Output
(7-2) Color Bar AVD color bar command write t Video OUT Error: Not detected. The command is transferred to the AVD, and the color bar signals are output from video terminals. (7-3) Composite Out (European model only) EURO-AV video output check AVD color bar command write t Video (EURO-AV) OUT Error: Not detected. With the component of video output turned off, the color bar signals are output from the EURO-AV terminal. This check is performed for European model only. (7-4) Y/C Out (European model only) Y/C video output check AVD color bar command write t Video (Y/C) OUT Error: Not detected. With the Y/C of video output turned on, the color bar signals are output. This check is performed for European model only. (7-5) RGB Out (European model only) RGB video output check AVD color bar command write t Video (RGB) OUT Error: Not detected. With the RGB of video output turned on, the color bar signals are output. This check is performed for European model only. (7-6) Component Out (European model only) Component video output check AVD color bar command write t Video (Component) OUT Error: Not detected. With the component of video output turned on, the color bar signals are output. This check is performed for European model only. (7-7) Euro AV Through (European model only) AV Through output On/Off Error: Not detected. AV Through output is turned on. This check is performed for European model only.

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Error Codes List 00: Error not detected 01: RAM write/read data discord 02: Gate array NG 03: EEPROM NG 04: Flash memory clear error 05: Flash memory write error 06: Flash memory read data discord 07: 2725 read data discord 08: ARP register read data discord 09: ARP Tt RAM data bus error 10: ARP Tt RAM address bus error 11: ARP RAM read data discord 12: Servo DSP NG 13: RF Amp NG 14: 1935 SDRAM NG 15: ARP t1935 video NG 16: ARP t1935 audio NG 19: 1910 UCODE download NG 1A: System call error (Function not supported) 1B: System call error (Parameter error) 1C: System call error (Illegal ID number) 20: System call error (Time out) 21: NAND Flash faulty blocks exceed 10 22: Resistor installation error 50: SACD Decoder W/R NG 52: Video Encoder W/R NG 55: External RAM W/R NG 90: Error occurred 91: User verification NG 92: Diagnosis cancelled

6-4. DRIVE AUTO ADJUSTMENT


On the Test Mode Menu screen, press [1] key on the remote commander, and the drive auto adjustment menu will be displayed.
## Drive Auto Adjustment ## Adjustment Menu 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. ALL DVD-SL CD DVD-DL LCD

Exit: RETURN

Normally, [0] is selected to adjust DVD (single layer), CD, and DVD (dual layer) in this order. But, individual items can be adjusted for the case where adjustment is suspended due to an error. In this mode, the adjustment can be made easily through the operation following the message displayed on the screen. Which disc is currently adjusted is displayed on the fluorescent display tube.

0. ALL
You will be asked if EEPROM data are initialized or not, and for this prompt, select [0] and press the [ENTER] key. First, the servo setting data in EEPROM, Emergency History and Hour Meter are cleared to initialize. Then, [1] DVD-SL disc, [2] CD disc, and [3] DVD-DL disc are adjusted in this order. Each time one disc was adjusted, it is ejected, and therefore exchange the disc following the message. You can exit the adjustment by pressing the x button. In adjusting each disc, the mirror time is measured to check the disk type. In the auto adjustment, whether the disc type is correct is not checked unlike conventional models, and accordingly, take care not to insert a different type of disc.

6-5

1. DVD Single Layer Disc


Select [1], insert DVD single layer disc, and press [ENTER] key, and the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then adjusted values will be written to the EEPROM. The table No. 1 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the table No. 1, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the SL disc is set on the table 1. DVD Single Layer Disc Adjustment Steps 1. SLED Reset 2. Disc Check Memory SL 3. Set Disc Type SL 4. Spdl Start 5. Ld ON 6. Focus Error Check 7. Focus ON 0 with PI Level measure 8. Auto Track Offset Adjust L0 9. Trv Level Check 10. Tracking ON 11. CLVA ON 12. Sled ON 13. Auto Focus Balance Adjust 14. Auto Loop Filter Offset Adjust 15. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0 16. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L0 17. EQ Boost Adjust 18. Auto Loop Filter Offset Adjust 19. Auto Tracking Gain Adjust 20. RF Level Measure 21. Jitter measure 22. Eep Copy Loop Filter Offset 23. All Servo Stop

3. DVD Dual Layer Disc


Select [3], insert DVD dual layer disc, and press [ENTER] key, and the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then adjusted values will be written to the EEPROM. The table No. 3 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the table No. 3, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the DL disc is set on the table 3. DVD Dual Layer Disc Adjustment Steps 1. Sled Reset 2. Disc Check Memory DL 3. Set Disc Type DL DVD DL Layer 1 Adjust 4. Spdl Start 5. LD ON 6. Fcs ON 1 with PI Level measure 7. Auto Track Offset Adjust L1 8. Tracking ON 9. Clva ON 10. Sled ON 11. Auto Focus Balance Adjust 12. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L1 13. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L1 14. Eq Boost Adjust L1 15. Auto Track Gain Adjust L1 16. Jitter measure DVD DL Layer 0 Adjust 17. Focus Jump (L1 t L0) 18. Auto Track Offset Adjust L0 19. Tracking ON 20. Clva ON 21. Sled ON 22. Auto Focus Balance Adjust 23. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0 24. Auto Focus Balance Adjust 25. Eq Boost Adjust L0 26. Auto Track Gain Adjust L0 27. Jitter measure 28. All Servo Stop

2. CD Disc
Select [2], insert CD disc, and press [ENTER] key, and the adjustment will be made through the following steps, then adjusted values will be written to the EEPROM. The table No. 2 is used in the changer type model. If there is no disc on the table No. 2, the tray will be open to wait for closing. If there is a disc on the table, the adjustment starts immediately. If you put a disc prior to adjustment, confirm that the CD is set on the table 2. CD Adjustment Steps 1. Sled Reset 2. Disc Check Memory CD 3. Set Disc Type CD 4. Spdl Start 5. LD ON 6. Focus Error Check 7. Fcs ON 1 with PI Level measure 8. Auto Track Offset Adjust L0 9. Trv Level Check 10. Tracking ON 11. CLVA ON 12. Sled ON 13. Auto Focus Balance Adjust 14. Auto Loop Filter Offset Adjust 15. Auto Focus Gain Adjust L0 16. Auto Focus Balance Adjust L0 17. Eq Boost Adjust 18. Auto Loop Filter Offset Adjust 19. Auto Track Gain Adjust 20. Copy Adjustment Data to LCD 21. RF Level Measure 22. Jitter measure 23. All Servo Stop

4. LCD
LCD disc is not adjusted because the adjusted data of CD are reflected, and SACD (hybrid disc) is not adjusted because the adjusted data of CD and DVD-DL are reflected.

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6-5. DRIVE MANUAL OPERATION


On the Test Mode Menu screen, select [2], and the manual operation menu will be displayed. For the manual operation, each servo on/off control and adjustment can be executed manually.
## Drive Manual Operation ## Operation Menu Disc Type Servo Control Track/Layer Jump Manual Adjustment Auto Adjustment Memory Check

0. Disc Check Memory


Disc Check

1. SL Disc Check 2. CD Disc Check 3. DL Disc Check

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

0. Reset SLED TILT

0. Disc Check Memory Exit: RETURN

In using the Manual Operation menu, take care of the following points. These commands do not provide protection, thus requiring correct operation. The sector address or time code field is displayed when a disc is loaded. 1. Set correctly the disc type to be used on the Disc Type setting screen. The Disc Type setting must be performed after a disc was loaded. The set Disc Type is cleared when the tray is opened. 2. After power ON, if the Manual Operation was selected, first perform Reset SLED TILT by opening 1. Disc Type screen. 3. In case of an alarm, immediately press the x button to stop the servo operation, and turn the power OFF. Basic operation (controllable from front panel or remote commander) [POWER] : Power OFF x : Servo stop A (Open/Close) : Stop+Eject/Loading O : Return to Operation Menu or Test Mode Menu > , . : Transition between sub modes of menu [1] to [9], [0] : Selection of menu and items Cursor [Q]/[q] : Increase/Decrease in manually adjusted value

On this screen, the mirror time is measured and written to the EEPROM to check the disc type. First, set a DVD SL disc and press [1], then set a CD disc and press [2], and finally set a DVD DL disc and press [3]. The measured mirror time is displayed respectively. The adjustment must be executed more than once after default data were written. From this screen, you can go to another mode by pressing > or . key, but you cannot enter this mode from another mode. You can enter this mode from the Operation Menu screen only.

1. Disc Type
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 0. Disc Type Disc Type Auto Check DVD SL 12cm DVD DL 12cm CD 12cm SACD 12cm DVD SL 8cm DVD DL 8cm CD 8cm LCD 8cm Reset SLED TILT EMG. 00

On this screen, select the disc type. To select the disc type, press the number of the loaded disc. The selected disc type is displayed at the bottom. Selecting [1] automatically selects and displays the disc type. In case of wrong display, retry Disc Check Memory. Also, opening the tray causes the set disc type to be cleared. In this case, set the disc type again after loading. In performing manual operation, the disc type must be set.

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Once the disc type has been selected, the sector address or time code display field will appear as shown below. These values are displayed when PLL is locked.
Disc Type Disc Type Auto Check DVD SL 12cm DVD DL 12cm CD 12cm SACD 12cm DVD SL 8cm DVD DL 8cm CD 8cm LCD 8cm Reset SLED TILT SA. SI. EMG.00 DVD SL 12cm

2. Servo Control
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Servo Control LD Off R. Sled FWD SP Off L. Sled REV Focus Off TRK. Off Sled Off CLVA Off FCS. Srch Off

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 0.

0. Reset SLED TILT SA. SI. EMG.00 DVD SL 12cm

Display when DVD SL 12cm disc was selected


Disc Type Disc Type Auto Check DVD SL 12cm DVD DL 12cm CD 12cm SACD 12cm DVD SL 8cm DVD DL 8cm CD 8cm LCD 8cm Reset SLED TILT TC. :: EMG.00 CD 12cm

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 0.

On this screen, the servo on/off control necessary for replay is executed. Normally, turn on each servo from 1 sequentially and when CLVA is turned on, the usual trace mode becomes active. In the trace mode, DVD sector address or CD time code is displayed. This is not displayed where the spindle is not locked. The spindle could run overriding the control if the spindle system is faulty or RF is not present. In such a case, do not operate CLVA. [0] Reset SLED TILT: Reset the Sled and Tilt to initial position. (Reset the Sled only to initial position because the Tilt mechanism is not available in this model.) [1] LD: Turn ON/OFF the laser. [2] SP: Turn ON/OFF the spindle. [3] Focus: Search the focus and turn on the focus. [4] TRK.: Turn ON/OFF the tracking servo. [5] Sled: Turn ON/OFF the sled servo. When PLL is not locked (cannot be locked), the sled servo is not turned ON. The display keeps ON.) [6] CLVA: Turn ON/OFF normal servo of spindle servo. [7] FCS. Srch: Apply same voltage as that of focus search to the focus drive to check the focus drive system. Move the sled outward. Perform this op5 Sled FWD: eration with the tracking servo turned off. Move the sled inward. Perform this opera% Sled REV: tion with the tracking servo turned off.

Display when CD 12cm disc was selected [0] Reset SLED TILT: Reset the Sled and Tilt to initial position. (Reset the Sled only to initial position because the Tilt mechanism is not available in this model.) [1] Disc Type Check: Judge automatically the loaded disc. As the judged result is displayed at the bottom of screen, make sure that it is correct. If Disc Check Memory menu has not been executed after EEPROM default setting, the disc type cannot be judged. In this case, return to the initial menu and make a check for three types of discs (SL, DL, CD). [2] to [9]: Select the loaded disc. The adjusted value is written to the address of selected disc. No further entry is necessary if [1] was selected.

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3. Track/Layer Jump
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 0. Track/Layer Jump 1Tj FWD R. Fj (L1->L0) 1Tj REV L. Fj (L0->L1) 2Tj FWD U. Lj (L1->L0) 2Tj REV D. Lj (L0->L1) NTj FWD NTj REV 500Tj FWD 500Tj REV 10k/20k FWD 10k/20k REV SA. SI. EMG.00 DVD DL 12cm

4. Manual Adjustment
Manual Adjustment:Up/Down 1. TRK. Offset 2. Focus Gain 3. TRK. Gain 4. Focus Offset 5. Focus Balance 6. L.F. Offset 7. Analog FRSW 8. PLL Dac Gain 9. EQ BOOST 0. GD ADJ Adjustment: Up/Down SA. ------ SI. -- EMG. 00 DVD SL 12cm Jitter FF

On this screen, track jump, etc. can be performed. Only for the DVD-DL, the focus jump and layer jump are displayed in the right field. [1] 1Tj FWD: 1-track jump forward. [2] 1Tj REV: 1-track jump reverse. [3] 2Tj FWD: 2-track jump forward. [4] 2Tj REV: 2-track jump reverse. [5] NTj FWD: N-track jump forward. [6] NTj REV: N-track jump reverse. [7] 500Tj FWD: Fine search forward. [8] 500Tj REV: Fine search reverse. [9] 10k/20k FWD: Direct search forward. [0] 10k/20k REV: Direct search reverse. The following commands are valid for DVD-DL disc only 5 (L1 t L0): Focus jump (Trk/Sled Servo OFF) forward. % (L0 t L1): Focus jump (Trk/Sled Servo OFF) reverse. $ (L1 t L0): Layer jump (Trk/Sled Servo ON) forward. 4 (L0 t L1): Layer jump (Trk/Sled Servo ON) reverse.

On this screen, each item can be adjusted manually. Select the desired number [1] to [0] from the remote commander, and current setting for the selected item will be displayed, then increase or decrease numeric value with $ key or 4 key. This value is stored in the EEPROM. If CLV has been applied, the jitter is displayed for reference for the adjustment. [1] TRK. Offset: Adjusts tracking offset. [2] Focus Gain: Adjusts focus gain. [3] TRK. Gain: Adjusts track gain. [4] Focus Offset: Adjusts focus offset. [5] Focus Balance: Adjusts focus balance. [6] L.F. Offset: Adjusts loop filter offset. [7] Analog FRSW: Sets select switch of analog feedback circuit. [8] PLL Dac Gain: Adjusts D/A converter gain of PLL. [9] EQ BOOST: Adjusts boost amount of equalizer. [0] GD ADJ: Adjusts group delay amount.

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5. Auto Adjustment
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Adjustment TRK. Offset Focus Balance Focus Offset Focus Gain TRK. Gain EQ. L.F. Offset Group Delay

6. Memory Check
The display image is shown below and three screens in total can be selected.
EEPROM DATA 1 Focus Gain TRK. Gain FCS Balnce Focus Bias TRV Offset L.F. Offset EQ. Boost _ UP : Last Data DOWN : Next Data CLEAR : Default Set CD xx xx xx xx xx xx xx LCD xx xx xx xx xx xx xx DL SL L0 xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx L1 xx xx xx xx xx xx xx

SA.04EF905 SI.00 EMG.00 DVD SL 12cm

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On this screen, each item can be adjusted automatically. Select the desired number [1] to [8] from the remote commander, and selected item is adjusted automatically. [1] Auto TRK. Offset: Adjusts tracking offset. [2] Auto Focus Balance: Adjusts focus balance. [3] Auto Focus Offset: Adjusts focus offset. [4] Auto Focus Gain: Adjusts focus gain. [5] Auto TRK. Gain: Adjusts track gain. [6] Auto EQ [7] Auto L.F. Offset: Adjusts loop filter offset. [8] Auto Group Delay

EEPROM DATA 2 RF Jitter RF Level FE Level FE Balance TRV.Level TE Gain PI Level _ UP : PREV Data DOWN : Next Data CLEAR : Default Set CD xx xx xx xx xx xx xx LCD -----xx --

DL SL xx xx xx xx xx -xx

L0 xx -----xx

L1 xx -------

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EEPROM DATA 3 CD Analog FRSW xx PLL Dac Gain xx Mirror Time xx LCD xx xx xx

DL SL L0 xx xx xx xx xx xx

L1 xx xx xx

_ THR A&L xx xx UP : PREV Data DOWN : First Data CLEAR : Default Set

xx/xx xx xx

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On this screen, current servo adjusted data stored in the EEPROM are displayed. The adjusted data are initialized by pressing the [CLEAR] key, but be careful that they are not recoverable after initialization. Before clearing the adjusted data, make a note of the set data. This screen will also appear if [0] All is selected in the Drive Auto Adjustment. In this case, default setting cannot be made. THR A&L data on the second page cannot be changed if default setting is once made.

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6-6. MECHA AGING


### Mecha Aging ###

6-8. VERSION INFORMATION


### Version Infomation ### IF con. Ver.x.xxx(xxxx) Group xx Ver.x.xxx(xxxx) Model xx Region 0x

Press OPEN key

SYScon.

Abort : STOP key

Servo DSP Ver:x.xxx AVD ucode Ver:xxxxxxxx OPT TYPE : x LASER Exit : RETURN

On the Test Mode Menu screen, selecting [3] executes the aging of mechanism. First, open the tray and load a disc. Press the H key, and the aging will start. When the tray is closed, the disc type and size are judged and displayed. During aging, the number of the repeat cycle is displayed. Aging can be aborted at any time by pressing the x key. After the operation has stopped, unload the disc and press again the x key or the O key to return to the Test Mode Menu.

The ROM version, region code, OPT type, etc. are displayed if [5] is selected in the Test Mode Menu. The parenthesized hexadecimal number in the version number field indicates the checksum value of the ROM. * Note after Downloading After downloading ROM data, sometimes it happens that checksum is not the same as that of ROM data that has been downloaded. In such a case, go back to the menu screen and select 0. Syscon Diagnosis, then select 1. All in 2. Version. If the result of this operation does not give an agreement, it must be either Download error or ROM error.

6-7. EMERGENCY HISTORY


### EMG. History ### Laser Hours CD DVD xxhxxm xxhxxm 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Scroll : UP/DOWN Exit : RETURN

6-9. VIDEO LEVEL ADJUSTMENT


On the Test Mode Menu screen, selecting [6] displays color bars for video level adjustment. During display of color bars, OSD disappears but the menu screen will be restored if pressing any key.

1.

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

2.

Select : 1-9 (1: Last EMG.)

On the Test Mode Menu screen, selecting [4] displays the information such as servo emergency history. The history information from last 1 up to 10 can be scrolled with $ key or 4 key. Also, specific information can be displayed by directly entering that number with the ten-key pad from [1] to [9]. (Emergency history code is shown separately.) The upper two lines display the laser ON total hours. Data below minutes are omitted. Clearing History Information Clearing laser hours Press [DISPLAY] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. Both CD and DVD data are cleared. Clearing emergency history Press [TITLE] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. Initializing setup data Press [DVD menu] and [CLEAR] keys in this order. The data have been initialized when Set Up Initialized message is displayed. The EMG. History display screen will be restored soon.

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6-10. IF CON SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION


1. IF-89 BOARD (IF CON) TEST MODE
The IF-89 board (IF CON) test mode is the IF CON self-diagnosis mode. The IF CON can diagnose the functions of the IF-89 board that the IF CON controls. Normally, the IF CON makes a serial communication with the SYSTEM CONTROL and operates following the commands from the SYSTEM CONTROL, but in the Test mode, the IF CON operates independently from the SYSTEM CONTROL. In the test mode, the following functions can be checked. 1. Button function 2. Remote commander receiving function 3. SYSTEM CONTROL-IF CON serial communication 4. Click shuttle function 5. Fluorescent display tube lighting check Grid check Anode check 6. LED control function In the test mode, the main unit operates same as usual, except voltage monitoring, communication monitoring, display of fluorescent display tube, and LED control. 1. The routine that monitors +3.3 V (PCONT) of MB-103 board is not provided. 2. The monitoring timer for serial communication with the SYSTEM CONTROL is not provided. The main unit is not placed in the Standby mode, even if the communication with SYSTEM CONTROL is normal. 3. Display of fluorescent display tube. (Normally, display is made following the commands from SYSTEM CONTROL) 4. LED control. (Normally, control is made following the commands from SYSTEM CONTROL)

2. OPERATION OF SELF CHECK MODE


The Self Check mode is the function to conduct the basic test to the FL display and DVD panel section. 2-1. Self Check Mode Transition Processing At the AC Power ON after reset of IF CON is released with the MB-103 board are not connected to the AV-61 board, or while pressing the x key on the main unit with the IF CON in STANDBY mode, enter [RETURN] t [DISPLAY] (or [SET UP]) on the remote commander, and the main unit transits to the Self Check Mode.

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2-2. Operation of Auto Self Check When the Self Check mode becomes active at the AC Power ON or by key input, the test display of the following steps (1) to (4) is repeated. (1) FLD and LED all ON (for 5 seconds)

(2) MODEL display (for 2 seconds)

(3) Version display (for 2 seconds)

(4) ROM creation date display (for 2 seconds)

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2-3. Each Self Check Function Each Self Check function tests the FLD display, LED display, and key input.
Input Voltage [V] IC404: Pin No. (Signal) Pin ed (BNRKEY) Pin ef (PLAY) Pin eg (O/C) Pin eh (TVS)

0 0.2 0.6 0.82 1.16 1.47 1.8 2.12 2.48 2.7

PLAY NEXT PREVIOUS PAUSE STOP

OPEN/CLOSE

TVS PIC MODE MODE

2-3-1. FLD and LED All ON 2-3-1-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode x key and Z key on the main unit % key on the main unit and the remote commander 2-3-1-2. Operation and Display In this mode, all LEDs except STANDBY LED and all segments of FLD turn ON. Example of FLD all ON

2-3-2. Main Unit Key Name Display and Key Code Display 2-3-2-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode Keys on the main unit except keys transited in Self Check Mode 2-3-2-2. Operation and Display When a key on the main unit is pressed in the Self Check mode, the name of that key is displayed on the FLD. Also, the key name display and the key code display can be switched with the [DISPLAY] key on the remote commander. NOTHING is displayed when nothing is entered. Also, VIDEO CD, DVD, and CD segments turn on when a communication error occurred. FLD display (at input of H key on the main unit)

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Key code display (at input of H key, key code: 0 Ah)

At input of faulty voltage

When key is pressed double

2-3-3. Remote Commander Key Name Display and Key Code Display 2-3-3-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode Remote commander keys except keys transited in Self Check Mode 2-3-3-2. Operation and Display When a key on the remote commander is pressed in the Self Check Mode, the name of that key is displayed on the FLD. Also, the key name display and the key code display can be switched with the [DISPLAY] key on the remote commander. NOTHING is displayed when nothing is entered. Also, VIDEO CD, DVD, and CD segments turn on when a communication error occurred. Remote commander key name display (at input of X key)

Remote commander key code display (at input of X key, key code: 39 h)

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2-3-4. Communication Monitoring Display The communication state is monitored and displayed while the key name on the main unit and the remote commander is displayed. When the communication to the System Controller failed, VIDEO CD, DVD, and CD segments turn on. Communication error display (at no input of key and remote commander)

Communication error display (at code display without input of the remote commander)

2-3-5. FLD Anode Test Display and SHUTTLE Click Operation Test 2-3-5-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode 5 key on the remote commander SHUTTLE on the remote commander during Anode Test display (This unit does not provide JOG/SHUTTLE, and therefore use another DVD remote commander having the JOG/SHUTTLE) 2-3-5-2. Operation and Display The Self Check Mode transits to this mode when 5 key is entered. This tests whether each segment turns on individually. Only the first segment of each grid of FLD turns on, and each time the SHUTTLE is entered, the segment of each grid is switched in order. When SHUTTLE input is clockwise, the segment switches in 1 2 3 direction, or counterclockwise it switches in 3 2 1 direction. Display at the start of Anode Test

r (Input in CW direction)

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2-3-6. FLD Grid Test Display and SHUTTLE Click Operation Test 2-3-6-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode $ key on the remote commander SHUTTLE on the remote commander during Grid Test display (This unit does not provide JOG/SHUTTLE, and therefore use another DVD remote commander having the JOG/SHUTTLE) 2-3-6-2. Operation and Display The Self Check Mode transits to this mode when $ key is entered. This tests whether each grid turns on individually. The first grid only of FLD turns on and other grids turn off. Each time the SHUTTLE is entered, the grid is switched in order. When SHUTTLE input is clockwise, the grid switches in 1 2 3 direction, or counterclockwise it switches in 3 2 1 direction. Display at the start of Grid Test

r (Input in CW direction)

2-3-7. LED Test Display 2-3-7-1. Transition Keys in Self Check Mode 4 key on the remote commander SHUTTLE on the remote commander during Grid Test display (This model does not provide JOG/SHUTTLE, and therefore use another DVD remote commander having the JOG/SHUTTLE) 2-3-7-2. Operation and Display LED is switched in order by the input of JOG/SHUTTLE on the remote commander. Also, LED ON/OFF is switched by the input of same key as the function that turns on the LED concerned. FLD display during LED Test

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6-11. TROUBLESHOOTING
6-11-1. Cannot Enter Test Mode
You cannot enter the Test mode when either button has been pressed by any reason with the board assembled in the front panel. In this state, the power does not turn on even under normal condition (the unit is kept in standby state), and also no button is active and the remote commander is not accepted. In this case, disconnect the MB-103 board and AV-61 board, and with the SELF CHECK (pin 0) of IF CON (IC404) on the IF-89 board kept in low state, supply AC, and the IF CON self-diagnosis mode will be forcibly activated. The IF CON (IC404) checks the SELF CHECK port only after the power on reset (only at AC supply, not in standby state). If any button is pressed, its name is displayed on the fluorescent display tube. But, if other than NOTHING is displayed though no button is pressed, it means that any button has been pressed.

6-11-2. Faults in Test Mode (MB-103 board)


1. The test mode menu is not displayed. 1-1. Board visual check Check that the ICs of SYSCON (IC104), ROM (IC106 or IC107), AVD (IC403), ARP & SERVO (IC301) are working correctly. Check that outside appearance of the ICs is normal. Check that IC pins are not short-circuited. Check that there is no soldering error. Check that outside appearance of the capacitors and resistors is normal. 1-2. Power supply voltage check Check the power voltage of the power connector (CN102). Check the power voltage of SYSCON (IC104). Check the power voltage of ROM (IC106 or IC107). Check the power voltage of AVD (IC403). Check the power voltage of ARP & SERVO (IC301). If the power voltage has any abnormality t Check that the power supply lines are not shorted. Check that there is no soldering error. If any abnormality cannot be found still t Check that each IC is working normally.

1-3. Clock signal check Measure the clock signal frequency at CPUCK (CL101) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If the 8.25 MHz signal appears. t Check the machine according to section 1-3-1 If the 33 MHz signal appears. t Check the machine according to section 1-3-2. If other frequencies are output. R110 and R113 have defective soldering, X101 crystal oscillator is defective. If the measurement point is fixed to either H or L. t Observe XFRRST (pin-uh) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If the measurement point is L, check the following items. If the IC has defective soldering, if the IC is short-circuited. If the measurement point is H, t Component X101 or SYSCON (IC104) is defective. 1-3-1. When the 8.25 MHz signal appears at CPUCK Check the XRD, XWRH and CS0X signal. Observe XRD (pin-u;), XWRH (pin-ua), and CS0X (pin-tk) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If these pins are fixed to either L (0V) or H (3.3V), or if these pins stay in the center voltage, check the followings. Check if the signal line does not have the defective soldering. Check if the signal line is short-circuited with other signal lines. If you cannot find any problem t SYSCON (IC104) is defective. HA [0 to 21] signal and HD [0 to 15] signal check Observe HA [0 to 21] (pins-<z/x to <z/. , <zzz to <zz, , <zx/ , 1 to 5) of SYSCON (IC104) and HD [0 to 15] (pins-ig to <z// ) with an oscilloscope. If these pins are fixed to either L (0V) or H (3.3V), or if the HA pin stays in the center voltage, check the followings. (HD stays in the center voltage when it is normal.) t Check if the signal line does not have the defective soldering, or is short-circuited with other signal line or SYSCON (IC104) is defective. Reset signal check Check if XFRRST (pin-uh) of SYSCON (IC104) normal or not. The signal starts up at the same time as Vcc t Defective soldering. If the trouble does not apply to any of the above-described phenomenon, SYSCON (IC104) or ROM (IC106 or IC107) is defective.

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1-3-2. When the 33 MHz signal appears at CPUCK WAIT signal check Observe XWAIT (pin-yj) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If it is fixed to L (0V). t Observe CS2X to CS5X (pinsy; to yd). If CS2X or CS3X is L. t AVD (IC403) has defective soldering or AVD is defective. If CS4x or CS5X is L. t ARP & SERVO (IC301) has defective soldering or ARP & SERVO is defective. If any one of the above is not L. t XWAIT or CSnX is short-circuited or has the defective soldering or AVD (IC403) is defective or ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective. Center voltage t The XWAIT line has defective soldering or is short-circuited or AVD (IC403) is defective or ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective or SYSCON (IC104) is defective. CSnX signal check Observe CS0X to CS5X (pins-tk to yd) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If they are fixed to L (0V) or if to center voltage t Check that the ICs do not have the defective soldering or is shortcircuited with the other signal lines or SYSCON (IC104) is defective. CS0X: ROM (IC106 or IC107) CS2X, CS3X: AVD (IC403) CS4X, CS5X: ARP & SERVO (IC301) If the trouble symptom does not apply to any of the above phenomenon, SYSCON (IC104) or ROM (IC106 or IC107) is defective. 2. Test mode menu is displayed but the machine stops when menu is selected 2-1. AVD (IC403) check Observe SDCLKO (pin-<zxm ) of AVD (IC403) with an oscilloscope. 95 MHz t No problem 27 MHz t Observe the XRST, HA, HD, XRD, XWRH INT and CS signal waveform at the respective pins of AVDEC, AVD (IC403) is defective. If the signal is other than the above frequencies t AVD (IC403) 27MHz signal line (CLKI (pin-<zb, ), SCLKIN (pin<zn/ )) is short-circuited, IC mount is defective, AVD (IC403) is defective, PLL (IC103) is defective. 2-2. INT signal check Observe INT0 to 2 (pins-qh to qk) of SYSCON (IC104) with an oscilloscope. If they are fixed to L (0V) or fixed to the center voltage t Check that the ICs do not have the defective soldering, or are short-circuited, SYSCON (IC104) is defective, or the following ICs are not defective. INT0: AVD (IC403) INT1, INT2: ARP & SERVO (IC301) 2-3. If any abnormality cannot be confirmed by the above-described checks, check the CS signal that is currently output. The CS signal other than CS0X is being output. t IC mount is defective or the IC is defective depending on the moving CS signal. CS2X, CS3X: AVD (IC403) CS4X, CS5X: ARP & SERVO (IC301) If the trouble is not applicable to any of the above phenomenon, SYSCON (IC104) or ROM (IC106 or IC107) is defective.

3. If the message SDSP No Ack appears after the menu is displayed. 3-1. ARP & SERVO clock signal check Check frequency of CLKIN (pin-<zb/ ) 33 MHz t Normal Frequency other than 33 MHz t CLKIN is short-circuited or defective soldering or PLL (IC103) is defective or ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective 3-2. ARP & SERVO (IC301) PLL oscillation check Observe PLCKO (pin-ij) of ARP & SERVO (IC301) with an oscilloscope. If the pin is fixed to either L (0V) or H (3.3V). If XRST if fixed to L. XRST has the defective soldering, In all other cases. ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective If it is oscillating. HA [0 to 7] are HD [8 to 15] are short-circuited, check XSDSPIT and XSDSPCS or ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective. 4. If trouble occurs at the specific item of the Diag All Check. IC mount of the NG item is defective or IC is defective. 5. Picture and sound are not output. Check connection of CN601 Check for the defective connection of flat cable and check of damage of the flat cable. 6. Picture is output but sound is not output. Check the audio data output (at pins-wf, wk, and wl) of AVD (IC403) The audio data is not output. t AVD (IC403) or audio DAC (IC601) mount is defective or power supply is defective or AVD (IC403) or audio DAC (IC601) is defective. PLL (IC103) 512fs output check If the frequency or waveform has abnormality. t The signal line has defective soldering or the signal line is shortcircuited with other signal lines or PLL (IC103) is defective. 7. Sound is output but picture is not output. Observe pins-tg, tj, tl, ya, yd and yg of AVD (IC403) with an oscilloscope. If the analog signal is not output. t The signal line has the defective soldering or is short-circuited or parts are defective or AVD (IC403) is defective. 6-11-3. Drive Auto Adjustment stops due to error. The ARP & SERVO (IC301) analog circuit of MB-103 board is defective or RF-Amp (IC201) or M-Driver (IC202) peripheral circuit is defective or optical pickup block is defective or flat cable connection is defective

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6-11-4. The product itself is defective. If MB103 does not have any problem, The board other than MB-103 board is defective or connection is defective or optical pickup block is defective or mechanism deck is defective 1. The red LED does not light when the AC power is turned on. Check the EVER 13V (pin-3), EVER+3.3V (pin-qa), EVER+11V (pin-qd) voltage of the power supply block CN201. If voltage is abnormal. t The power supply block is defective. 2. The LED does not light in green even once when the POWER button is pressed. It remains lighting in red (in the STANDBY mode). 2-1. Check the EVER -13V (pin-3), EVER+3.3V (pin-qa), EVER+11V (pin-qd) voltage at CN201 of the power supply block/ If voltage is abnormal. t The power supply block is defective. 2-2. Check if the fuse on the IF board has blown of not. If the fuse has blown t Replace the fuse. 2-3. Check the P-CONT (pin-2) at CN401 of the IF-89 board when the POWER button is pressed. If it remains at L, t The signal line has the defective soldering or it is shortcircuited with other signal lines or capacitor or resistor is defective or IFCON is defective or connection between the power supply block and the IF-89 board is defective, or connector installation is defective, or the power supply block is defective. 2-4. Check if the button is kept depressed in the IFCON self mode. If the button is kept depressed. t The front panel is defective, or IF-89 board is defective. 2-5. Check PONCHK (pin-e;) of IFCON (IC404) on the IF89 board. If it is 0.5 V or more. t The power supply is defective, or IF89 board is defective. 3. If the LED lights in green but returns to red (STANDBY mode) in several seconds when the POWER button is pressed. 3-1. Check CN201 voltage of the power supply block when the LED lights in green. If voltage is abnormal. t The power supply block is defective, or the IF-89 board is defective, or MB103 is defective 3-2. Check XFRRST (pin-8) at CN101 on the MB-103 board. If it is fixed to L. t The signal line has defective soldering, or is short-circuited with other signal lines, or parts are defective.

3-3. Check IFBSY (pin-5), XIFCS (pin-6), SI0 (pin-4), SO0 (pin-1) and SC0 (pin-3) at CN101 If they are fixed to H or L. t The signal line has defective soldering, or is short-circuited with other signal line, or parts are defective, or SYSCON (IC104) is defective If they change between L/H. Connector installation is defective, or the IF-89 board is defective, or SYSCON (IC104) is defective. If they stay in the center voltage. Poor connection of flexible wiring board such as it is inserted in an angle diagonally, or defective soldering, or is short-circuited with other signal line. 3-4. Check PONCHK (pin-e;) of IFCON (IC404) on the IF-89 board. If rise-up time from 0.5 V to 1.5 V or more takes longer time, or it does not exceed 1.5 V or more. t The IF board is defective. 4. The LED lights in green but the fluorescent display tube does not light when the POWER button is pressed. Connection between the power supply block and the IF-89 board is defective, or connector installation is defective, or the IF-89 board is defective. 5. Both picture and sound are not output. Connection between the power supply block and the IF-89 board is defective, or connection between the IF-89 board and the AV-61 board is defective, or connection between the AV61 board and the MB-103 board is defective, or connector installation is defective, or AV-61 board is defective. 6. Picture is not normal. (Block noise or others appear.) The MB-103 board AVD (IC403) or SDRAM (IC404, IC405) is defective, or ARP & SERVO (IC301) is defective.

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