BDP-S300/S301

RMT-B101A/B101P

SERVICE MANUAL
Ver. 1.1 2007.07

US Model Canadian Model
BDP-S300/S301

AEP Model UK Model E Model Russian Model Australian Model Singapore Model Thai Model
Photo: BDP-S300

BDP-S300

SPECIFICATIONS
System
Laser: Semiconductor laser VIDEO: Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms S VIDEO: 4-pin mini DIN/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.286 Vp-p/75ohms (US, CND) 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.286 Vp-p (NTSC)/75ohms (SP) 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)/75ohms (Except US, CND, SP) Mass (approx.): 4.5 kg (10 lb) Operating temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C (41°F to 95°F) Operating humidity: 25 % to 80 %

Outputs
(Jack name: Jack type/Output level/ Load impedance) AUDIO OUT L/R: Phono jack/2 Vrms/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 5.1CH OUTPUT: Phono jack/2 Vrms/10 kilohms HDMI OUT: HDMI 19-pin standard connector COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y, /PB/CB, PR/CR): Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p/PB/CB, PR/CR: progressive or interlace = 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms

Supplied accessories
• Video cord (phono plug × 1) (1) • Stereo audio cord (phono plug × 2) (1) • HDMI cord (1) (supplied with BDP-S301 only) • Power cord (1) • Remote commander (remote) (1) • Size AA (R6) batteries (2) • Plug Adaptor (1) (E32) • GNU License Information (1) (Except US, CND) Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
• Abbreviation CND : Canadian model E32 : Latin American model SP : Singaporean model

General
Power requirements: 120 V AC, 60 Hz (US, CND) 110–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (E32) 220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (Except US, CND, E32) Power consumption: 33 W Dimensions (approx.): 430 × 79 × 375 mm (17 × 3 1/8 × 14 7/8 in.) (width/height/depth) incl. projecting parts

TM

BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 5. Check the line cord for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer. 6. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. 7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. LEAKAGE TEST The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers' instructions to use these instruments. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75V, so analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)

To Exposed Metal Parts on Set

CAUTION: The use of optical instrument with this product will increase eye hazard. CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

0.15 µF

1.5 k Ω

AC voltmeter (0.75 V)

Earth Ground

Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

WARNING!! WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION, BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF MORE THAN 25 cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE OBJECTIVE LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM- POSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

This label is located on the laser protective housing inside the enclosure.

This appliance is classified as a CLASS1 LASER product. The CLASS1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the laser protective housing inside the enclosure.

Unleaded solder Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.) : LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350°C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! • Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. • Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
SERVICE NOTE
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DISC REMOVAL PROCEDURE IF THE TRAY CANNOT BE EJECTED (FORCED EJECTION) .......... INSTALLATION METHOD OF EARTH SPRING (FRONT) ........................................................................ INSTALLATION METHOD OF REAR GASKET ............ INSTALLATION METHOD OF NON-HALOGENE TAPE .............................................................................. TEST DISC .................................................................... 4 4 4 5 5 4-1. 4-2. Frame Schematic Diagram ............................................ Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams ......... AU-258 (ANALOG AUDIO) Schematic Diagram ........... AU-258 Printed Wiring Board ........................................ FL-176 Printed Wiring Board ........................................ FL-176 (FL/LED) Schematic Diagram .......................... FR-271 Printed Wiring Board ........................................ FR-271 (SW/IR, INPUT/LED) Schematic Diagram ...... 4-1 4-5 4-5 4-7 4-11 4-13 4-15 4-17

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Section
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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

1.

GENERAL
This Player Can Play the Following Discs and Files .... Main Features ................................................................ Getting Started .............................................................. Basic Operations ........................................................... Watching Movie Files .................................................... Listening to Music Files ................................................. Viewing Photo Files ....................................................... Changing the Initial Settings ......................................... Additional Information ................................................... 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-4 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-13

5.

TROUBLESHOOTING
Main Set, Power Supply Section ................................... Operation&Display Section ........................................... Audio Section ................................................................ FL Section ..................................................................... 5-1 5-9 5-13 5-14

6.

REPAIR PARTS LIST
6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4

2.

DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
2-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 2-2 2-3 2-3 2-4 2-4 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-6 2-6 2-7 2-7

2-1. DISASSEMBLY .............................................................. 2-1-1. Disassembly Flow ......................................................... 2-1-2. Upper Case ................................................................... 2-1-3. Tray Cover Assy ............................................................ 2-1-4. BD Drive (Service Use) ................................................. 2-1-5. MAIN Board ................................................................... 2-1-6. AU-258 Board ................................................................ 2-1-7. Power Block ................................................................... 2-1-8. Circuit Boards Location ................................................. 2-2. REASSEMBLY ............................................................... 2-2-1. Upper Case ................................................................... 2-2-2. Tray Cover Assy ............................................................ 2-2-3. BD Drive (Service Use) ................................................. 2-2-4. MAIN Board ................................................................... 2-2-5. FL-176 Board/FR-271 Board ........................................ 2-2-6. DC FAN ..........................................................................

6-1. Exploded Views ............................................................. 6-1-1. Case Assy ................................................................ 6-1-2. Main Chassis Block .................................................. 6-1-3. Main Block ................................................................ 6-2. Electrical Parts List .......................................................

3.
3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7.

BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Main Diagram ................................................................ Audio Block Diagram ..................................................... FL/FR Block Diagram .................................................... Power 1 Block Diagram ................................................. Power 2 Block Diagram ................................................. Power 3 Block Diagram ................................................. Power 4 Block Diagram ................................................. 3-1 3-3 3-5 3-7 3-9 3-11 3-13

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SERVICE NOTE
1. DISC REMOVAL PROCEDURE IF THE TRAY CANNOT BE EJECTED (FORCED EJECTION)
1. Remove the upper case. (Refer to page 2-1) 2. Insert a clip in the hole of a drive and open a tray.
clip

tray

2. INSTALLATION METHOD OF EARTH SPRING (FRONT)
1. Please install earth spring (front) at an installation position of right and left in a front frame. Please be careful to directions of installation. 2. Please fix by for each one place with a screw.

earth spring (front)

3. INSTALLATION METHOD OF REAR GASKET
1. Please remove a rear panel fixed screw and jack fixed screw (total 9 screws) and remove a rear panel. 2. Please stick a rear gasket inside the lower part of a rear panel. Refer to a lower picture. The location of the gasket is between the optical terminal and the audio terminal. 3. Please install a rear panel in the chassis from the slanting bottom and install a removed screws.

rear gasket

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Play “4. 2) BLX-204 1. Play “1. Select 1080i(59. TEST DISC Part No. However this is temporary correspondence.Color Bar 100%” (Check the picture and sound output) 3. Please stick a non-halogene tape so that a power supply harness may be fixed on the drive back.Motion pictures” 3.Demonstration 16:9” (Check the picture and sound output) –5– . Check whether player can play back or not (Check the picture and sound output) 3) CD (YEDS-18) Check whether player can play back or not (Check the sound output) 4) HLX-504/505(NTSC) HLX506/507(PAL) 1.4. non-halogene tape 5.Motion pictures” 3.Video” 2.976Hz 1080p 2. Operation and Display Check Items 1) BLX-104 1. After displayed Main Menu. INSTALLATION METHOD OF NON-HALOGENE TAPE 1. select “1.94Hz or 50Hz) 2.1Ch output * When 1080/24p monitor is nothing.94Hz or 50Hz) can use instead of 1080/24p. 2. Check each outputs Video: Composite/S Video/ component/HDMI Audio: Digital out(Coaxial/Optical)/Audio out/5. Check whether player can play back or not 4. Please connect a drive power supply harness after an exchange of a drive and fix by a reuse clamp. J-6090-199-A J-6090-200-A 3-702-101-01 J-6090-088-A J-6090-089-A J-6090-077-A J-6090-078-A Description BLX-104 BLX-204 CD (YEDS-18) HLX-504 HLX-505 HLX-506 HLX-507 Layer Single Layer Dual Layer Single Layer (NTSC) Dual Layer (NTSC) Single Layer (PAL) Dual Layer (PAL) 5-1. Play “4. Return to Menu 4. Play “Demonstration 4:3” or “5. Select 23. 1080i(59.

1. * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 50Hz/1080i. 1. 1.94Hz/1080i is selectively displayed.94Hz/1080i of the Main Menu is selectively displayed. –6– . BLX-104 Menu Function (1) Main Menu X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1) When the disc is inserted. Video Signal of 59. * 5. Video Signal of 59. Note: Txx_ Cxx Chapter No. 5-1-2. Title No. Video Signal of 50Hz/1080i is selectively displayed.94Hz/1080i. AV Sync does not operate. BLX-104 Menu Function (2) Main Menu To Main Menu after playback of T62_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T61_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T54_C1 to T60_C1 Sub_menu3 is displayed To Main Menu after playback of T21_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T20_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T2_C1 to T19_C1 Sub_menu1 is displayed * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 59.5-1-1.

1.94Hz/720P is selectively displayed. AV Sync does not operate. * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 23.94Hz/720P.976Hz/1080P is selectively displayed. Video Signal of 59. Video Signal of 23.5-1-3. BLX-104 Menu Function (3) Main Menu To Main Menu after playback of T52_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T51_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T44_C1 to T50_C1 Sub_menu2 is displayed To Main Menu after playback of T42_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T41_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T23_C1 to T40_C1 Sub_menu4 is displayed * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 59. * 5. –7– .976Hz/1080P. 1.

Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 3) Selection of 2. 4) At the selection of 3 . 9) At the selection of Main Manu. 1. ColorBar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. Return to Sub menu1 after playback. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu1 after playback of T21_C1. 1. –8– . the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 1. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T2_C1 to T19_C1. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu1 after seamless playback from T1_C1 to T1_C13.5-1-4. 5) At the display of Sub menu1. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu1 after seamless playback from T1_C2 to T1_C13. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T20_C1.94i of Main Menu is selectively displayed. when audio channel changes. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. During the playback. At the display of Main Menu. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 2) Selection of 1. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine.94Hz/1080i is selectively displayed. 10) AV Sync does not operate. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 1. VideoSignal of 1080/59. During the playback. Return to Sub menu1 after playback. BLX-104 Menu Function (4) Sub menu1 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu1. when audio channel changes.13. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. Video Signal of 59. 1.

976P of Main Menu is selectively displayed. 2) Selection of 1. At the display of Main Menu. 1. 1. 1. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu2 after playback of T52_C1. –9– . 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. when audio channel changes. 9) At the selection of Main Manu. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu2 after seamless playback from T43_C2 to T43_C13. 1. During the playback. Return to Sub menu2 after playback. 1. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T44_C1 to T50_C1. 1. During the playback. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Video Signal of 1080/23. 1. 10) AV Sync does not operate. when audio channel changes. BLX-104 Menu Function (5) Sub menu2 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu2. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu2 after seamless playback from T43_C1 to T43_C13.5-1-5. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T51_C1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen.13. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. 5) At the display of Sub menu2. 3) Selection of 2. Return to Sub menu2 after playback. Video Signal of 23.976Hz/1080P is selectively displayed. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 4) At the selection of 3 . SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen.

BLX-104 Menu Function (6) Sub menu3 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu3. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 10) AV Sync does not operate. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. During the playback. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. 1. – 10 – . 2) Selection of 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. 3) Selection of 2. when audio channel changes. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. Video Signal of 1080/50i of Main Menu is selectively displayed. 1. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. Return to Sub menu3 after playback. 4) At the selection of 3 . 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T54_C1 to T60_C1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. when audio channel changes. Video Signal of 50Hz/ 1080i is selectively displayed. 5) At the display of Sub menu3.13. 1. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu3 after seamless playback from T53_C1 to T53_C13. 9) At the selection of Main Manu. 1. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu3 after playback of T62_C1. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T61_C1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. 1. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu3 after seamless playback from T53_C2 to T53_C13. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Return to Sub menu3 after playback. At the display of Main Menu.5-1-6. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. During the playback. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 1.

3) Selection of 2. At the display of Main Menu. Video Signal of 59. Return to Sub menu4 after playback. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu4 after playback of T52_C1. 10) AV Sync does not operate. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T51_C1. BLX-104 Menu Function (7) Sub menu4 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu4. – 11 – . Return to Sub menu4 after playback.94Hz/720P is selectively displayed.13. when audio channel changes. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. 1. 1. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 1. 5) At the display of Sub menu4. 1. Video Signal of 720/59. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu4 after seamless playback from T22_C2 to T22_C13. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 4) At the selection of 3 .94P of Main Menu is selectively displayed. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu4 after seamless playback from T22_C1 to T22_C13. During the playback. 9) At the selection of Main Manu. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T44_C1 to T50_C1.5-1-7. when audio channel changes. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 2) Selection of 1. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 1. During the playback. 1. 1.

5-2-1.94Hz/1080i. Video Signal of 50Hz/1080i is selectively displayed. * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 50Hz/1080i. Note: Txx_ Cxx Chapter No. BLX-204 Menu Function (1) Main Menu X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1) When the disc is inserted. BLX-204 Menu Function (2) Main Menu To Main Menu after playback of T83_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T62tT82 To Main Menu after playback of T61_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T54_C1-T60_C1tT83_C1-T94_C1 Sub_menu3 is displayed To Main Menu after playback of T67_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T21tT63tT64tT65tT66 To Main Menu after playback of T20_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T2_C1 to T19_C1 Sub_menu1 is displayed * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 59. 2-2-2. Video Signal of 59.94Hz/1080i of the Main Menu is selectively displayed. 1. – 12 – . 1. Video Signal of 59.94Hz/1080i is selectively displayed. 1. Title No.

BLX-204 Menu Function (3) Main Menu To Main Menu after playback of T70_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T52_C1tT69 To Main Menu after playback of T51_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T44_C1-T50_C1tT71_C1-T81_C1 Sub_menu2 is displayed To Main Menu after playback of T68_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T42_C1 To Main Menu after playback of T41_C1 To Main Menu after playback from T23_C1 to T40_C1 Sub_menu4 is displayed * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 59.976Hz/1080P. Video Signal of 23.94Hz/720P. * When returning to Main Menu after playback from each button of 23.976Hz/1080P is selectively displayed. 1.94Hz/720P is selectively displayed.5-2-3. – 13 – . 1. Video Signal of 59.

During the playback. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. Video Signal of 59.94Hz/1080i is selectively displayed. 5) At the display of Sub menu1.94i of Main Menu is selectively displayed. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. when audio channel changes. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. At the display of Main Menu. 1. – 14 – . item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. 1. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu1 after seamless playback from T1_C1 to T1_C13. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T2_C1 to T19_C1. 3) Selection of 2. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu.5-2-4. Video Signal of 1080/59. 10) At the selection of Main Manu. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 1. when audio channel changes. 4) At the selection of 3 . Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu1 after seamless playback from T1_C2 to T1_C13. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. 2) Selection of 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu1 after playback of T21_C1. BLX-204 Menu Function (4) Sub menu 1 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 1. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T20_C1. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu1 screen. 9) Selection of AV Sync t Return to Sub menu1 after playback of T67_C1.13. Return to Sub menu1 after playback. Return to Sub menu1 after playback. 1. 1. 1. During the playback.

when audio channel changes. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 5) At the display of Sub menu2. Video Signal of 23. 10) At the selection of Main Manu. – 15 – .976Hz/1080P is selectively displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. During the playback. 1. when audio channel changes. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T51_C1. 1. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu.5-2-5. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Video Signal of 1080/23. 1. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. Return to Sub menu2 after playback. 4) At the selection of 3 . 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu2 after playback of T52_C1 and T69. During the playback. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 2) Selection of 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu2 screen. 1. 3) Selection of 2. 1. 1. At the display of Main Menu. Return to Sub menu2 after playback. BLX-204 Menu Function (5) Sub menu 2 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu2. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu2 after seamless playback from T43_C1 to T43_C13.13. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu2 after seamless playback from T43_C2 to T43_C13. 9) Selection of AV Sync t Return to Sub menu2 after playback of T70_C1.976P of Main Menu is selectively displayed. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T44_C1 to T50_C1 and from T71_C1 to T81_C1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 1. 1.

4) At the selection of 3 . the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. 3) Selection of 2. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T61_C1. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu3 after seamless playback from T53_C1 to T53_C13. 1. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu3 after playback of T62_C1tT82. 1. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. Video Signal of 1080/50i of Main Menu is selectively displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. During the playback. 1. At the display of Main Menu. Return to Sub menu3 after playback. 2) Selection of 1. 5) At the display of Sub menu3. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T54_C1 to T60_C1 and from T84_C1 to T94_C1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. when audio channel changes. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu3 after seamless playback from T53_C2 to T53_C13. Video Signal of 50Hz/ 1080i is selectively displayed. During the playback. BLX-204 Menu Function (6) Sub menu 3 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu3. 1. 9) Selection of AV Sync t Return to Sub menu3 after playback of T83_C1. 1.13. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. when audio channel changes. 1. Return to Sub menu3 after playback. – 16 – . 10) At the selection of Main Manu. 1. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu3 screen.5-2-6. 1.

Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. item 3 mentioned above is executed as the routine. 9) Selection of AV Sync t Return to Sub menu4 after playback of T68_C1. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. Video Signal of 720/59.94Hz/720P is selectively displayed.5-2-7. 1. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. Return to Sub menu4 after playback. At the display of Main Menu. Color Bar 100% t Return to Sub menu4 after seamless playback from T22_C1 to T22_C13. Video Signal of 59. when audio channel changes. 4) At the selection of 3 . 1. Return to Sub menu4 after playback. 6) Selection of LPCM Audio t Playback from T44_C1 to T50_C1. 7) Selection of Dolby AC-3 Audio t Playback of T51_C1. 5) At the display of Sub menu4. the caption that corresponds to each audio stream is forcibly displayed. During the playback. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. – 17 – . 1. Main Menu is selected t Jump to Main Menu. 2) Selection of 1. 1. 8) Selection of Motion Picture t Return to Sub menu4 after playback of T52_C1. During the playback.94P of Main Menu is selectively displayed. Color Bar 75% t Return to Sub menu4 after seamless playback from T22_C2 to T22_C13.13. SubPic that corresponds to Audio stream 1 is forcibly displayed. 1. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 3) Selection of 2. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 10) At the selection of Main Manu. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 1. BLX-204 Menu Function (7) Sub menu 4 X X X X X X 1) At the display of Sub menu4. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed on Sub menu4 screen. 1. when audio channel changes. Color Bar 100% is selectively displayed. 1.

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Library function for recorded files (For JPEG image. Inc. thus faithfully reproducing the original cinema image.264 format is adopted to compress video data. The meanings of the icons used in this manual are described below: Icon Meaning Functions available for BD-ROMs including DL discs. MPEG-2 PS movie files only) With DATA DVDs created on other DVD devices. the player cannot play the following discs: • A BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO with a different region code. Depending on the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO. • Data part of CD-Extras. • JPEG* image files. • VCDs/Super VCDs. Functions available for DVD VIDEOs and DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs in +VR mode or DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in video mode. the 24 frames do not appear at an even pace. The MPEG-4 AVC/H. 1 COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 1 VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. the player can output both SD to HD video and multi-channel audio signals.. • MP3 music files. • CD-ROMs recorded in PHOTO CD format. • HD layer on Super Audio CDs. in the U. three separate movie/music/photo Title List-browsers allow for easy sorting. playback on this product is not guaranteed. About playback of discs recorded in AVCHD format This player can play AVCHD format discs. The HDMI specification supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection). Also.S. • A disc that has a non-standard shape (e. and other countries. some discs may not play depending on the disc type and the version. Experience the high definition (HD) quality audio/video output and the library function of this Blu-ray Disc Player. • BDs with cartridge. In this case. various music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies are being marketed by some record companies. Your high definition personal archive is readily playable in HD quality.” “DVD VIDEO.264 format is capable of compressing images at higher efficiency than that of the conventional image compressing format. depending on the recording condition. some playback features may not be available. even though playing the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO is prohibited by area restrictions. • DVD Audio discs. refer to the instructions supplied with the BDs/DVDs. • A disc with paper or stickers on it. a copy protection technology that incorporates coding technology for digital video signals. *1 A compatible HD display device is necessary to enjoy the same quality. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision. refer to the operating instructions for the recording device. This section is extracted from instruction manual (3-196-787-11). TM This Player Can Play the Following Discs and Files Disc Format Blu-ray Disc Examples of discs that the player cannot play The player cannot play the following discs: • BD-REs/BD-Rs. DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs. The MPEG-4 AVC/H. Functions available for DATA DVDs (DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVDRs containing MPEG-2 PS movie files. and selected audio settings. even if they have been correctly finalized. *2 Some discs allow viewing only with an HDMI connection. • DATA CDs (CD-Rs/CD-RWs other than music CD format). You can also use the controls on the player if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote. For details.continued 5 6 BD/DVD region code Your player has a region code printed on the back of the unit and only will play BD-ROM/DVD VIDEOs (playback only) labeled with identical region codes. * JPEG format conforming to UDF (Universal Disk Format). When connected to a TV with 24p capabilities. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. see page 48. • Note on DualDiscs A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which mates DVD recorded material on one side with digital audio material on the other side. since the audio material side does not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. • Note about double-layer DVDs The playback pictures and sound may be momentarily interrupted when the layers switch. the format offers not only uncompromised HD quality video*1*2. Featuring massive storage capacity of 25 to 50 GB (five times larger than a DVD) and a high-speed transfer rate of up to 54 Mbps. This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently. The DVD disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. Ltd. BD-ROM playback BD-ROM is a next generation optical disc format in the HD era. Playback of later versions and BDs other than BD-ROM is not guaranteed.1CH OUTPUT jack for high quality audio enjoyment. Esmertec and Jbed are trademarks or registered trademarks of Esmertec AG.264 format enables a high definition (HD) video signal shot on a digital video camera recorder to be recorded on DVD discs. there may be no region code indication. BD DVD DVD VIDEO DVD-RW/-R DATA DVD DVD+RW/+R CD * MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III) is a standard format defined by ISO (International Organization for Standardization)/IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) MPEG which compresses audio data. will also play on this player. and the Dolby Digital or Linear PCM system is used to compress audio data. or CD-Rs/ CD-RWs What is the AVCHD format? The AVCHD format is a high definition digital video camera format used to record SD (standard definition) or HD (high definition) signals of either the 1080i specification*1 or the 720p specification*2 on DVDs. With a noncompatible amplifier.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER Note on playback operations of BDs/ DVDs Some playback operations of BDs/DVDs may be intentionally set by software producers. *1 A high definition specification which utilizes 1080 effective scanning lines and the interlace system. in digital form without degradation. view the disc by normal playback. the player can output up to 8ch Linear PCM surround sound*. However. DVD VIDEOs labeled ALL Main Features HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) digital interface When connected to an HDMI-equipped display device using a single HDMI cord.g. Since this player plays BDs/DVDs according to the disc contents the software producers designed.continued 7 8 1-1 .. or the characteristics of the recording device and authoring software.1ch analog signals from its 5. • HD DVDs. AVCHD format disc playback The player supports AVCHD format files–high definition recordings made on AVCHD-compatible camcorders.” “DVDR. . and JPEG image files). * Note that the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) jack does not output 8ch signals. and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision.BDP-S300/S301 SECTION 1 GENERAL About this manual Instructions in this manual describe the controls on the remote. patents and other intellectual property rights. *2 A high definition specification which utilizes 720 effective scanning lines and the progressive system. Note The on-screen display illustrations used in this manual may not match the graphics displayed on your TV screen. Notes • Notes about DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs. searching and playback including a slideshow. there are some that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be playable by this product. “AVCHD” and the AVCHD logo are trademarks of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. © 2000-2007 Esmertec AG * This player does not support downloadable BD-J content. Since conventional televisions (both CRT and flat panels) display frames either at 1/60 or 1/50 second intervals. Notes about BD-ROM compatibility This player supports BD-ROM Profile 1 only. but also enables rich bonus content on a single disc and HD quality audio up to 8ch. DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs. Supported file formats (DATA DVD only) DVD+RWs/DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-Rs are called “DATA DVD” in this manual when the discs contain playable files. BD-J application The BD-ROM format supports Java for interactive functions. • A disc that has the adhesive of cellophane tape or a sticker still left on it. Some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs. “BD-J” offers content providers almost unlimited functionality when creating interactive BD-ROM titles*.” “DVD+R. and interactive operability. 24p True Cinema Movies shot with a film camera consist of 24 frames per second. Note that some playback functions may not work with some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs. The following file formats are supported: • MPEG-2 PS movie files.S. MP3* audio tracks. including 8 cm discs. using efficient data compression coding technology. card. This system is used to protect copyrights. Support of uncompressed multi-channel Linear PCM In combination with a compatible AV amplifier. and Sony Corporation. connected output jack. the player can output 5. CD “Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark. “Blu-ray Disc. Copyrights This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.” “DVD-RW. For more information. • A disc recorded in a color system other than NTSC. Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and evolving. You will need an HDMI cord and an HDMIcompatible device that support 8ch signals.” and “CD” logos are trademarks. • DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs of VR mode. • Music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies Notes • Some AVCHD format discs may not play. or CD-Rs/ CD-RWs cannot be played on this player due to the recording quality or physical condition of the disc. • The AVCHD format disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. such as PAL (this player conforms to the NTSC color system). HDMI Control (‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync) ‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync Function makes operations simple by connecting Sony components that are compatible with the HDMI Control function with an HDMI cord. the player displays each frame at 1/24 second intervals — the same interval originally shot with the film camera. heart). Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems. • DVD-RAMs.” “DVD+RW. MP3 audio. The MPEG-4 AVC/ H. in the same way as it would be for a standard definition (SD) television signal. . Please be aware that among those discs. The audio output differs depending on the source. Functions available for music CDs or CDRs/CD-RWs in music CD Format. Also.

see page 45. etc.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER C Connecting to component video input jacks (Y.. In order to view 1080p progressive signals with a compatible TV.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB HDMI OUT S VIDEO Getting Started PR R R WOOFER Connection A TV Your setup HDMI OUT to HDMI OUT HDMI cord (supplied with BDP-S301 only) About the ‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync features (for HDMI connections only) By connecting Sony components that are compatible with the HDMI Control function with an HDMI cord. . the HD indicator on the front panel lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/1080p video signals. . . COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y to COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (green) (green) (blue) (red) (blue) (red) COMPONENT VIDEO IN Y PB PR PB PR Component video cord (not supplied) : Signal flow TV. . If your TV has only one audio/video input jack. . . . you must select pattern D. do not apply too much pressure to the cabinet wall. . . . or AV amplifier (receiver) DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. Pushing against the cabinet wall. according to the input jack on your TV monitor. . • When connecting to the HDMI OUT jack. . . . . or monitor with an HDMI input jack. . 16 • Step 6: Easy Setup . . or AV amplifier (receiver) HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER When connecting to a standard 4:3 screen TV Depending on the disc. Note If you connect a component that does not conform to the selected audio signal. .1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB : Signal flow TV. Step 3: Connecting the Audio Cords Select the connection that best suits your system. 19 Blu-ray Disc player Connect directly TV 9 10 D Connecting to an HDMI input jack Use an HDMI cord to enjoy high quality digital pictures and sound through the HDMI OUT jack. . . . . 16/20/ 24bit). .. Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL About indicators for HDMI connection After the player is turned on.1ch). Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component. Inc. Note Depending on the connected component. DTS (5. . . You will enjoy high quality images. . . Note Do not connect a VCR. “Dolby. . B Stereo amplifier (receiver) and two speakers TV. . . projector. or video cord). projector. • If you change the component connected to the HDMI OUT jack. . . . and start playback with one touch of the H button. The player stores the HDMI related settings for up to five components. . Manufactured under license from Dolby laboratories. . . PR) Connect the component via the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks using a component video cord (not supplied) or three video cords (not supplied) of the same kind and length. 10 • Step 3: Connecting the Audio Cords . . . projector. . Do not bend or apply pressure to the HDMI cord. . You can use pattern C to view 480p/720p progressive signals or 1080i interlace signals on a compatible device with component video input jacks. . . DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. HDMI. . . . DTS (5. . please contact our customer service center. . 9 • Step 2: Connecting the Video Cords/ HDMI Cord . . it is recommended that the user switch the connection to the ‘standard definition’ output. 12 • Step 4: Connecting the Power Cord . Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL : Signal flow TV. Select one of the patterns A through D. . • The HDMI connection is compatible with 2ch Linear PCM signals (48 to 192 kHz. natural. .1ch) D-2 MI T HD OU MI T HD OU AV amplifier (receiver) with a digital input jack having a Dolby Digital or DTS*2 decoder and 6 speakers • Surround effects: Dolby Digital (5. You will enjoy higher quality pictures from 480p/1080i. . 18 • Step 7: Additional Adjustments . . set the TV/AV receiver’s input to the player. . 16/20/24 bit). . • System Power-Off When you turn the TV off by using the POWER button on the TV’s remote. In the case of 480/720/1080 progressive scan picture problems. . 11 12 1-2 . You will enjoy accurate color reproduction and high quality images. Blu-ray Disc player Getting Started Follow steps 1 to 7 to hook up and adjust the settings of the player. . the HDMI compatible components turn off automatically. see “Index to Parts and Controls” (page 58).” “Pro Logic. connect the player to this jack. Notes • Plug cords securely to prevent unwanted noise. . . projector or AV amplifier (receiver) is compatible. Notes • Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. . operation is simplified as below: • One-Touch Play (page 21) You can turn on the player and TV/AV receiver. . projector or AV amplifier (receiver) using a video cord. . . . projector. . You can also enjoy higher quality pictures from 480p/720p progressive signals or 1080i interlace signals. Notes about the HDMI OUT jack • When you connect the player to an AV amplifier (receiver) using an HDMI cord. carefully align the HDMI connector with the jack. . . . Be sure to read the instructions for the components you wish to connect. • Carefully align the HDMI OUT jack on the back of the player and the HDMI connector by checking their shapes. . . between your TV and the player. . You will enjoy standard quality images. a loud noise (or no sound) will come out from the speakers.Step 1: Unpacking Step 2: Connecting the Video Cords/HDMI Cord Connect this player to your TV monitor. . . . projector or AV amplifier (receiver).1ch). . . 16/20/24 bit). The HDMI indicator lights up when an HDMI device is connected. if your TV. . • Refer to the instructions supplied with the components to be connected.” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. or AV amplifier (receiver) HDMI IN This Blu-ray Disc player incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology. . AV amplifier (receiver) with 5. . C AV amplifier (receiver) having a Dolby*1 Surround (Pro Logic) decoder and 3 to 6 speakers • Surround effects: Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) D-1 Notes on connecting to the HDMI OUT jack Observe the following as improper handling may damage the HDMI OUT jack and the connector. PB. . to VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO (yellow) S VIDEO (yellow) INPUT VIDEO Video cord (supplied) L AUDIO R VIDEO OUT VIDEO Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. • Do not apply too much pressure on the connecting cords. AV amplifier (receiver) with an HDMI input jack and 8 speakers • Surround effects: 8ch Linear PCM *1 *2 • If you place the player on the cabinet with the HDMI cord connected. • Be sure to disconnect the power cord of each component before connecting. . . projector.1ch) D-3 • Be sure to disconnect the HDMI cord when moving the player. If you pass the player signals via the VCR. . To prepare for the ‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync features Set “HDMI Control” of “Options” setup to “On” (page 52). – Connect the player to the TV with a video cord other than an HDMI cord (component video cord. . . change the video output resolution by pressing VIDEO FORMAT (page 46). change “Audio (HDMI)” in “Audio Setup” to match the new component (page 47).1ch input jacks and 6 speakers • Surround effects: Dolby Digital (5. . do not screw in or rotate the HDMI connector. the image may not fit your TV screen. To change the aspect ratio. For jack and button names. • You cannot connect this player to a TV that does not have a video input jack. the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. projector or AV amplifier (receiver) is compatible. . in addition to Dolby Digital and DTS bit stream (5. Make sure the connector is not upside down or tilted. “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks of DTS. B Connecting to an S VIDEO input jack Connect using an S VIDEO cord (not supplied). . . or to your satisfaction. which could damage your ears or speakers. . . or AV amplifier (receiver) VCR • Step 1: Unpacking .1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER Getting Started to S VIDEO VIDEO OUT VIDEO S VIDEO cord (not supplied) S VIDEO INPUT S VIDEO A Connecting to a video input jack Connect the supplied video cord (yellow) to the yellow (video) jack. you will need to do one of the following: – Connect the AV amplifier (receiver) to a TV with the HDMI cord. and 6 to 8ch Linear PCM signals (48 to 96 kHz. It may damage the HDMI OUT jack or the HDMI cord. may damage the cord. . . . . • If the picture is not clear. . the HDMI Control function may not work.1ch signals up to 96 kHz. . etc. you may not receive a clear image on the TV screen. . or 1080p (highest among the player output). . if your TV. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 480p/720p/1080p Blu-ray Disc player. . . . . • Be sure to use only an HDMI cord that bears the HDMI logo. . . S VIDEO cord. Check that you have the following items: • Video cord (phono plug × 1) (1) • Stereo audio cord (phono plug × 2) (1) • HDMI cord (1) (supplied with BDP-S301 only) • Power cord (1) • Remote commander (remote) (1) • Size AA (R6) batteries (2) COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. • When connecting or disconnecting. . 16 • Step 5: Preparing the Remote .

1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. use B-2 . Note When connecting 6 speakers.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. use C-1 . use D-1 .1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER R (red) TV INPUT VIDEO WOOFER Stereo audio cord (supplied) (white) to DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) to AUDIO OUT L/R to DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) (white) to AUDIO OUT L/R (red) to 5. see the operating instructions of the connected components. If your AV amplifier (receiver) accepts 8ch Linear PCM input with an HDMI connection. Getting Started Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. see the operating instructions of the connected components. see the operating instructions of the connected components. Step 5: Preparing the Remote You can control the player using the supplied remote. connect to its digital jack using D-2 . Getting Started Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB AC IN PB AC IN PB AC IN PB HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER to AUDIO OUT L/R (white) L AUDIO OUT B-2 PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT B-1 L R AUDIO OUT C-2 PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT C-1 L R AUDIO OUT D-1 L R 5. Blu-ray Disc player COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO Y PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL If your AV amplifier (receiver) has 5. • If you do not use the remote for an extended period of time. 15 16 1-3 . B Connecting to a stereo amplifier (receiver) and 2 speakers If your stereo amplifier (receiver) only has audio input jacks L and R. see the operating instructions of the connected components. use C-2 . Insert two Size AA (R6) batteries by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the markings inside the battery compartment. For correct speaker location. You can enjoy surround effects only when playing Dolby Surround audio or multi-channel audio (Dolby Digital or DTS) discs. C Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) having a Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) decoder and 3 to 6 speakers D-1 Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) with 5. Doing so may cause a malfunction.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER AC IN PB AC IN HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER HDMI OUT S VIDEO PR R R WOOFER to AC IN D-2 HDMI OUT PCM/DTS/DOLBY DIGITAL COAXIAL OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT D-3 HDMI OUT to AC outlet to HDMI OUT to DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) to HDMI OUT Notes • Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place. you do not need the “Rear (mono)” speaker above. Then plug the player and TV power cords into the AC outlet. particularly when replacing the batteries. use B-1 .1 channel inputs. See also the operating instructions supplied with the connected AV amplifier (receiver). connect the supplied power cord to the AC IN terminal of the player. • Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or a lighting apparatus. HDMI cord (supplied with BDP-S301 only) or or Coaxial digital cord (not supplied) Optical digital cord (not supplied) HDMI cord (supplied with BDP-S301 only) to HDMI input [Speakers] to coaxial or optical digital input AV amplifier (receiver) having a decoder [Speakers] to HDMI input [Speakers] [Speakers] AV amplifier (receiver) with 8ch outputs Rear (L) Center Rear1 (L) Subwoofer Center Rear (R) Front (R) Rear1 (R) Rear2 (R) Front (R) Subwoofer : Signal flow z Hint Front (L) Rear2 (L) Front (L) z Hint For correct speaker location.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. . If your amplifier (receiver) has a digital input jack. • Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing.1ch inputs [Speakers] [Speakers] Stereo amplifier (receiver) Front (L) Rear (L) Rear (R) Front (R) Front (R) Rear (L) Center Center : Signal flow Front (L) Rear (R) Front (R) Subwoofer Rear (mono) Subwoofer : Signal flow z Hint Front (L) : Signal flow z Hint For correct speaker location.continued 13 14 D-2 Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) with a digital input jack and 6 speakers D-3 Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) with an HDMI input jack and 8 speakers Step 4: Connecting the Power Cord After all of the other connections are complete.1CH OUTPUT L AUDIO R (red) Optical digital cord (not supplied) Coaxial digital cord (not supplied) (white) or (red) Optical digital cord (not supplied) Coaxial digital cord (not supplied) or Stereo audio cord (supplied) Stereo audio cord (one is supplied) Monaural audio cord (not supplied) : Signal flow Stereo audio cord (supplied) (white) (red) (white) (red) to coaxial or optical digital input to audio input to coaxial or optical digital input [Speakers] AV Amplifier (receiver) with a decoder to audio input to audio input [Speakers] [Speakers] AV amplifier (receiver) with 5.1ch input jacks and 6 speakers If your AV amplifier (receiver) only has L and R audio input jacks. When using the remote. point it at the remote sensor on the player (page 58). or DTS decoder function on your AV amplifier (receiver).A Connecting to your TV This connection will use your TV’s speakers for sound. If you want to use the Dolby Digital.1CH OUTPUT FRONT REAR CENTER DIGITAL OUT AUDIO OUT L L 5. You can enjoy a more realistic audio presence. you can enjoy the surround sound using D-3 . remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion. For correct speaker location. Note Not all HDMI-compatible AV amplifiers (receivers) accept 8ch Linear PCM signals. If your amplifier (receiver) has a digital input jack.

. Start Cancel 1 2 TV \/1 DIMMER DISPLAY TV/VIDEO While holding down TV [/1. Switch the TV’s input source between the TV and other input sources. 17.1CH OUTPUT jacks (Connection D-1 –page 14) • Set “Audio Output Mode” to “5. . If you do not complete Easy Setup. . Easy Setup Setup is complete! Enjoy using your BD player! Finish Setup Go Back Color buttons TOP MENU </M/m/. For operations using the remote.” “480p. a separate library function is available. 17 g Select the aspect ratio that matches your TV. . . . . Easy Setup Language English Français Select from “S-Video/Video only. OPEN/ CLOSE TV To control other TVs with the remote You can control the volume. ◆To return the remote to its default settings 1 2 3 Remove the batteries from the remote. 04 05 04. RETURN RETURN PREV SLOW/STEP POP UP/ MENU NEXT POP UP/MENU SCAN PLAY SCAN PAUSE PLAY MODE STOP H x Use to select then press ENTER. 21 16 10. . . select “Start” of “Easy Setup” in “Options” Setup (page 52). try entering them one at a time until you find the one that works with your TV. . .” “480i. . input source. . BD DVD CD Getting Started Z OPEN/ CLOSE TV \/1 DIMMER DISPLAY TV/VIDEO ◆ If you have a wide screen TV or a 4:3 standard TV with a wide screen mode Select “16:9” (page 45). . . 18 15 When turned on for the first time Wait about 90 seconds before the player turns on and starts Easy Setup. Basic Operations Most of the BD playback operations are common to DVD. or JPEG image files. . d Place a disc on the disc tray with the playback side facing down. . .” and press ENTER to start “Easy Setup. If the display for OSD language selection does not appear.” go to step 8. d Select the OSD language you want to display. . • If you connect using the HDMI OUT jack or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks and the picture does not appear clearly. . . . . and select “S-Video/Video only” in step 6 (page 18). Audio. Notes • If you connect a component that does not conform to the selected audio signal. Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Getting Started Number buttons 4 7 CLEAR ◆Code numbers of controllable TVs If more than one code number is listed. . . . . . 40 for photo files. 20 11 05. . . For browsing recorded files on DATA DVDs*. See also page 32 for movie.. Note c Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the player appears on your TV screen. .” Easy Setup Before using. . b Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the player appears on your TV screen. TV/VIDEO 1 2 5 8 0 SUBTITLE GREEN 3 6 9 VIDEO FORMAT Follow the steps below to make the minimum number of basic adjustments for using the player. Select the channel up and down. . . . AUDIO RED ANGLE BLUE YELLOW ◆If the above display does not appear Go to step 6. Re-insert the batteries while pressing down 1. . . 29 Playback side facing down 19 20 1-4 . This display appears only when the player is turned on for the first time. 04 04. ◆When using the HDMI OUT jack (Pattern D –page 11) • Select the video output resolution for your TV by pressing VIDEO FORMAT (page 46). connect the display device to the S VIDEO jack or the VIDEO jack (pattern A or B – see page 10).” “1080i. 04 09 03. Select [Auto] to automatically match the video output format with the HDMI-connected TV. . This section covers BD/ DVD/CD playback in general. . . . . it will appear each time you turn on your player. . RETURN PREV SLOW/STEP POP UP/ MENU NEXT Hitachi JVC 1 4 7 CLEAR 2 5 8 0 SUBTITLE GREEN 3 6 9 VIDEO FORMAT SCAN PLAY SCAN LG/Gold star MGA/Mitsubishi NEC CH +/– PAUSE PLAY MODE STOP VOL MUTING CH MUTING Panasonic Philips AUDIO RED ANGLE BLUE YELLOW VOL +/– Pioneer RCA R. D-2 –page 13 to 15) • Set “Dolby Digital” and “DTS” in “Audio Setup” (page 47) according to your AV amplifier’s (receiver’s) decoder. . . Make the settings below in the following order. . ◆When using the 5. 2. and adjust the “Speaker Setup” setting for your system. . .” “720p. C-2 .” then go to step 8. The player turns on after a moment. ENTER SYSTEM MENU TOP MENU SYSTEM MENU For audio connection ◆When using the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) jack (Connection B-2 .” and press ENTER. . ENTER RETURN PREV SLOW/STEP POP UP/ MENU NEXT Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Select from “Auto.1 Channel” in “Speakers” Setup (page 51).. . see “Resetting the Player” (page 53). and press ENTER.If you want to control your TV with the supplied remote You can control the volume. c Press Z to open the disc tray.” “1080i” or “Don’t Know. make some simple settings for the BD player. . . Mute the sound (for Sony TV only). . . . press the number buttons to select your TV manufacturer’s code (see the table below). . and press ENTER. . see page 46. . . . “TV Type” in step 7 will be set to “16:9” (wide screen). 18 07. together with the basic operation of the player. ◆ When using the jacks other than the HDMI OUT jack Easy Setup Output Video Format S-Video/Video only 480i 480p 720p 1080i Don't Know By pressing TV [/1 VOL +/– TV/VIDEO CH +/– MUTING You can Turn the TV on or off. . Wait for a few seconds. . 04 14 06 02. . . MP3 audio. . Adjust the volume of the TV. ◆ If you have a 4:3 standard TV Select “4:3” (page 45). Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit For video connection ◆When using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (Pattern C –page 10) • Select the video output resolution for your TV by pressing VIDEO FORMAT (page 46). and 3 of the number buttons. . . . ◆When using the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks (Connection C-1 –page 14) • Set “DTS Downmix” to “Lt/Rt” in “Audio Setup” (page 47). . Playing a Disc Select the screen aspect ratio to match your TV. Step 6: Easy Setup e Select “Start. 28 • Locking a Disc . * DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs containing MPEG-2 PS movie. b Press [/1 to turn on the player. . . .” “1080p. Easy Setup TV Type 16:9 4:3 18 Step 7: Additional Adjustments The following settings and adjustments are necessary when your connection applies. ◆ When using the HDMI OUT jack Easy Setup Output Video Format Auto 480i 480p 720p 1080i 1080p Source Direct Select [Auto] to automatically match the video output format with the HDMI-connected TV. . . and power switch of nonSony TVs as well. . . • Select the type of video output from the HDMI OUT jack in “YCbCr/RGBPC (HDMI)” of “Video Setup” (page 45). the connected display device may not be compatible with the progressive signals. Manufacturer Sony Daewoo Emerson GE Code number 01 (default) 22. Please use the Initial Setup if you want to make more detailed settings. Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit This will determine the Audio.” “720p. . 22 • Guide to the Remote .” or “Source Direct. . . . . 24 • Checking the Disc Information . . 27 • Adjusting the Pictures . . . . a loud noise (or no sound) will come out from the speakers. which could damage your ears or speakers. . . . . 20 • Guide to Displays . • You can re-run “Easy Setup” from “Options” Setup (page 52). .” “480p. Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit X MUTING VOL CH z Hints • If you want to reset these settings to their factory defaults. . 12.” “480i. . you may not be able to control your TV using all or some of the buttons on the supplied remote. check the above items again to see if any additional adjustment is required. . . . “TV Type” in step 7 will be set to “16:9” (wide screen). . ◆When using the HDMI OUT jack (HDMI connection of D-2 . and power switch of your Sony TV with the supplied remote. . Use to select then press ENTER. . . Also. • Select the audio output method from the HDMI OUT jack in “Audio (HDMI)” of “Audio Setup” (page 47). . The player turns on after a moment. a Press \/1. Subtitle and BD/ DVD menu languages as well. . . In this case. a complete list is located on page 24. Zenith a Turn on the TV. OPEN/ CLOSE TV "/1 DIMMER DISPLAY TV/VIDEO For details about the video output. . . 26 • Clarifying Low Volume Sounds (Audio DRC) . . . 04 13. . .” If you select “720p” or “1080i. subtitle and BD/DVD menu language options will be set to the same language as this. • Playing a Disc .Shack Samsung Sanyo Sharp Toshiba SYSTEM MENU TOP MENU </M/m/. 1 2 5 8 0 SUBTITLE GREEN 3 6 9 VIDEO FORMAT Number buttons 4 7 CLEAR AUDIO RED ANGLE BLUE YELLOW h Select “Finish Setup. re-run the “Easy Setup” from the “Options” Setup (page 52). . and press ENTER. set the appropriate manufacturer’s code. Select the on-screen display language. . Release TV [/1. . D-3 –page 15) • Set “Dolby Digital” and “DTS” in “Audio Setup” (page 47) according to your AV amplifier’s (receiver’s) decoder. . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Depending on the connected unit. 36 for music. 12 19 08. If your TV is listed in the table below. . input source. . . SYSTEM MENU TOP MENU f Select the video output format for the connected TV. The start-up time will be much shorter once Easy Setup is completed.

Guide to Displays Title List For DATA DVDs. A/V Control (page 27) Adjusts the audio/video settings. the player and your TV/AV receiver automatically turn on and the TV/AV receiver’s input is switched to the player. change the “BD Parental Control” setting (page 30). Video Setup Audio Setup Language Parental Control Speakers Options Setup TV Type 4:3 Video Output DVD Aspect Ratio YCbCr/RGBPC(HDMI) 24p Output 16:9 Normal Letter Box Y. D VIDEO FORMAT (page 45) – Changes the video output resolution from the HDMI OUT jack and the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. 0 The following covers all of the remote’s functions. s_ A K U 1 _ B L V 2 C M W 3 ( D N X 4 ) E O Y 5 F P Z 6 G Q . Refer to the list when necessary. Press this button repeatedly if no picture appears. 23 24 1-5 . To use this function. Either cases.” or “Audio Control. ◆Movies Displays movies/video titles only (page 32). Playback starts automatically. A/V Control Video Control Audio Control To play restricted BDs If “CAN’T PLAY” appears on the front panel display for a BDROM. Each item leads to the following function displays. in the following cases: – You press H. When you want to return to the previous display. SYSTEM MENU. The character appears in the entry field. ENTER. • The stop point is canceled when: – you change the settings on the player. For more information about the remote’s operations. Select either “Video Control. and press Z again to close the disc tray.” and press ENTER to close the on-screen keyboard. 1 2 Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons. c Select “DONE. Select the related Setup display. f Press H to start playback. 1 4 7 CLEAR 2 5 8 0 SUBTITLE GREEN 3 6 9 VIDEO FORMAT AUDIO RED ANGLE SPC DEL CLR BLUE YELLOW SYSTEM MENU TOP MENU b Repeat step 1 to complete the entry. ◆Photos Displays image files only (page 40). when searching for a title). enter the characters as follows. B DIMMER (page 59) – Changes the brightness of the front panel display on the player (when completely darkened. h Remove the disc. press Z to open the disc tray. Note You cannot use the extended character set. this display leads further to the Title Lists of content type. Starts or restarts playback from the previous stop point. For “DVD Parental Control” setting. and press ENTER. or the number buttons and the color buttons as indicated by the disc’s on-screen instructions. press RETURN. Select the Title List you want to view. or DVD-R (Video mode). and press ENTER. playback resumes from the beginning of the track. – you press x twice. or a music CD.” The player’s start menu appears. or sets the player to standby mode. has no disc inserted. TOP MENU. AUDIO.g. • The player remembers the stop point for one title/track/file only. E AUDIO*1 (page 49) – Selects the sound track or the language track on a BD/DVD. &/1 (page 18) – Turns on. with entries to all of the functions. from “Movies. Guide to the Remote A Z OPEN/CLOSE (page 20) – Opens/closes the disc tray. The TV/AV receiver’s input will also switch to the player automatically. and press ENTER’ appears in this manual. Setup (page 44) Enters the Setup displays for changing the player’s settings. a screen saver image appears when the player is left unattended. About the screen saver function To prevent damage to your display device (ghosting). 8 I S : 9 J T . CLEAR – Clears the entry field.. DVD+R. F Color buttons (RED/GREEN/BLUE/YELLOW) – Short cut keys for selecting items on some BD’s menus (can also be used for BD’s Java interactive operations). indicators on the front panel are also turned off and the FL OFF indicator lights up). Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating the player.” “Photos. see page 29.” and press ENTER. 7 H R . PAUSE PLAY MODE STOP VOL MUTING CH Number 5. Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content. – you finish a search. Buttons X x H Details Pauses playback. About One-Touch Play (for HDMI connections only) With one touch of the H button. or a finalized DVD+RW. Some BDs/DVDs display the menu automatically. DVD VIDEO. Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit 21 22 Entering characters DATA DVD When an on-screen keyboard appears (e. then press [RR] or ENTER. DISPLAY (page 26) – Displays the disc information on the screen. b Select an item. press the </M/m/. Wait a short while until the disc type appears on the front panel display. – A disc with auto playback function is loaded. and press ENTER. see page 30. You can operate the player likewise using displays. DVD-RW (Video mode). set “HDMI Control” of “Options” setup to “On” (page 52). TV/VIDEO (page 17) – Switches between TV and other input sources. Cb. you cannot select the left or right channel only. the display asks for the password. Select SYSTEM MENU Exit Basic Operations System Menu Title List A/V Control Setup g When you finish playing. Select SYSTEM MENU Exit To play restricted DVDs For a restricted DVD. – you open the disc tray. navigate through the menu using </M/m/. Items SHFT Details Switches between upper and lower case characters. Stops playback. To register or change the password. Select this before entering the character. or cancels the resume point when pressed twice. Cr Off Notes about Resume Play • Playback starts from the beginning if the title has not been played or the previous stop point is canceled. OPEN/ CLOSE TV Basic Operations SHFT SPC DEL CLR DONE CANCEL DIMMER DISPLAY TV/VIDEO a Select the character you want to enter. – you turn off the player (BD-ROM and CD only). Use to select an item. etc. ◆Music Displays music files only (page 36). To use the BD’s or DVD’s menu When you play a BD-ROM.” and press ENTER.e Press Z to close the disc tray. and press ENTER. The three Title Lists appear similar and are operable in a similar way. Access the BD-R/RE titles. you can display the disc’s menu by pressing TOP MENU or POP UP/MENU.” or “Music. press any button on the remote or the player. Inserts a space. RETURN PREV SLOW/STEP POP UP/ MENU NEXT *1 When playing MPEG-2 movie files or MP3 music files on a DATA DVD. or restarts playback from the same point. or no title/slideshow is displayed for 15 minutes. and H buttons have a tactile dot. select the following items. Press ENTER to confirm.. TV &/1 (page 17) – Turns the TV on or to standby mode. The BD menu is operable without interrupting playback. On a music CD. See the pages in parentheses for operations. To cancel. SCAN PLAY SCAN SUBTITLE (page 49) – Selects the subtitle language on a BD/DVD. CH+. C Number buttons (page 26) – Enters the title/chapter numbers. see page 24. Deletes the last character input. Set the playback picture quality. a Press SYSTEM MENU to turn on the above “System Menu. Title List BD DVD DATA DVD CD Movies Photos Music When ‘Select an item. or POP UP/ MENU buttons on the remote. Clears all input characters. keys on the remote to select the item then the entry button in the middle. If necessary. Select SYSTEM MENU Exit i Press \/1 to turn off the player. ANGLE – Switches to other viewing angles when available.

enter the chapter number during playback. press C repeatedly to change the speed : 1/16 t 1/8 t 1/4 t 1/2 of normal playback speed.) when pressed during playback. to select a setting. Plays all the files on the disc or “Photos” Title List in a random order. 2 To search for a title or chapter (BD-ROM. Enter the title number using the number buttons while the player is in stop mode.. The speed changes when pressed repeatedly. the last track for an audio file. to adjust while checking the effect on the background playback picture. If you make a mistake. • Total playback time of the current chapter. TOP MENU (page 20) – Opens/closes the BD’s or DVD’s top menu. c/ C – Plays in slow motion or stop motion. at night) c Select each of the picture elements. or the last photo for a photo file.01. or when you want to make a new set. e Press ENTER. Balances the green and the red colors. MUTING (page 17) – Mutes the TV sound. To cancel the Play Mode. – the audio signals are output from the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks or the 5. This is effective when playback sound is Dolby Digital. Press </.01. by pressing DISPLAY.56 2h15m34s 10.’ Note “Memory” settings do not affect the output from the S VIDEO OUT or VIDEO OUT jacks. ◆When playing a photo image Items Repeat All Random Details Repeats all the files on the disc or “Photos” Title List.” see “Searching using the remote” (page 26). PLAY MODE – Switches to other play modes (Repeat Play. AUDIO RED ANGLE BLUE YELLOW SYSTEM MENU TOP MENU a During playback. </M/m/. the function may not work or the scan speeds may differ. Press ENTER to start playback.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. • Total playback time of the title. Adjusts the richness of dark colors. track. Press ENTER to start playback. or the DVD’s disc menu. Color Level Use [LL][RR] to set the behavior of film source input. etc. or file. Items Brighter Room Theater Room Details For a room brighter than normal.. To switch to another “Memory. press PLAY MODE again.23 Chapters 12 Title Total Repeat Title 2h15m34s RETURN PREV SLOW/STEP*2 SCAN PLAY SCAN PAUSE STOP PLAY MODE PLAY MODE VOL MUTING CH Repeats the current chapter. these search functions may not work. • To play in stop motion (step by step) C Press X during playback. • Total number of chapters within the title. c Select “Audio Control. Searching using the remote BD DVD DATA DVD Checking the Disc Information BD DVD DATA DVD CD You can search by entering the title/chapter number or the time code (elapsed time from the beginning of the disc).continued 25 z Hints • You can check disc information also on the front panel display (page 59) or the Title List display (page 22). Select a setting when you want to use the detailed picture adjustments you previously made.g. ◆When playing a music track Items Repeat Track Repeat All Random Details Repeats the current track. – “Audio (HDMI)” in “Audio Setup” is set to “PCM” (page 47) and the audio signals are output from the HDMI OUT jack. a Press SYSTEM MENU during playback.” Items White Adjust (Min~(mid)~Max) Black Adjust (Min~(mid)~Max) Hue (Green~(mid)~Red) Color Level (Min~(mid)~Max) Details Adjusts the brightness of white colors. Standard (default) Memory (1-3) d Press RETURN. b Select “A/V Control. Basic Operations a Press DISPLAY. ‘12030’ for 1 hour. VOL (volume) +/– (page 17) – Adjusts the TV volume.23 Chapter Time Chapter Total Repeat Title 01. Example: When playing a DVD VIDEO. 2 1 2 Play DVD-VIDEO 1-1 2. Note Depending on the DVD VIDEO/BD-ROM/DATA DVD. (page 20.. When slow motion Press play starts. Note “Audio DRC” is effective only when the disc is a Dolby Digital Blu-ray Disc or DVD. x STOP – Stops playback. Convenient when you cannot turn up the volume (e. 3 The display switches to show the following information: 1 Chapter information • Elapsed time of the current chapter. b Select “Detailed Settings. CH (channel) +/– (page 17) – Selects the TV channels up and down. 26 Clarifying Low Volume Sounds (Audio DRC) BD DVD DATA DVD Adjusting the Pictures Fine-tuning the picture to your preference Memory1 BD DVD DATA DVD White Adjust Black Adjust Hue Min Min Green Min Max Max Red Max Even at low volume. The player remembers up to three sets (see page 28). Standard Detailed Settings Audio Control Audio DRC Off Max Adjusting sound accentual width (dynamic range). The following information appears: Repeats the current title. I For TVs operable with the following buttons.. POP UP/MENU (page 20) – Opens/closes the BD’s pop up menu. Center button (ENTER) (page 20. press CLEAR once and re-enter. To search for a chapter. Repeats all the tracks on the disc or the “Music” Title List.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. DVD VIDEO only) 4 Elapsed time of the current title 5 Play mode 1 H PLAY – Starts or re-starts playback. Available items differ depending on the current title/ track/file or the disc type. RETURN (page 20. The information differs depending on the disc type and the player status.11. Enter the time in minutes and seconds (e. 22) – Enters the selected item. a Press SYSTEM MENU during playback. To return to normal play. ◆When playing a video or movie title Items Repeat Chapter (BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO only) Repeat Title Details ENTER POP UP/ MENU SLOW/STEP NEXT Play DVD-VIDEO 1-1 2. 27 28 1-6 . For “Time Search. “Memory” allows you to make your own detailed adjustments. • You can check the audio information by pressing AUDIO.” and press ENTER.. OPEN/ CLOSE TV DIMMER DISPLAY TV/VIDEO 1 2 5 8 0 SUBTITLE GREEN 3 6 9 VIDEO FORMAT Number buttons 4 7 CLEAR Playing in various play mode BD DVD DATA DVD CD You can check the title/chapter/track information including video transmission rate etc. press H. Underlined are the default settings for “Memory./> PREV/NEXT – Skips to the previous/next chapter. Enter the time code using the number buttons. and adjust using </.1CH OUTPUT jacks.G SYSTEM MENU (page 22) – Enters/exits the player’s start menu (“System Menu”).g. • To play in slow motion C during playback. The “cinema tuned” picture preset setting will allow you to maximize the visual impact of the BD or DVD you are watching by optimizing the picture settings for different lighting environments. 22) – Returns to the previous display. Press ENTER to preview. press PLAY MODE repeatedly. b Press DISPLAY again. 1 Playback status 2 Disc type 3 Title information • Currently playing title number/currently playing chapter number. 22) – Moves the highlight to select a displayed item. press CLEAR once and re-enter. Then press ENTER to save the adjustment. Adjusts the color saturation. – Searches for a specific point (page 26). e Press ENTER. d While “Audio DRC” is highlighted. press PLAY MODE repeatedly until “Time Search” appears. c Select “Video Control. 20 minutes and 30 seconds). – Clears the resume point when pressed twice. For a dark room such as a home theater. Normally.” and press ENTER.03 Mbps To search for a specific point During playback. and: – “Dolby Digital” in “Audio Setup” is set to “Downmix PCM” (page 47) and the audio signals are output from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) jack or the HDMI OUT jack. m/M SCAN* – Scans backwards or forward. d Press </. you can make low sounds such as dialogs more audible. Plays all the tracks on the disc or the “Music” Title List in a random order. select this. ◆ To adjust while previewing the effect Select a setting and press ENTER to switch the display for the setting. If you make a mistake. Basic Operations a Select from “Memory 1” to “Memory 3” in step 4 of “Adjusting the Pictures” (page 28). H . z Hint The above description applies when the picture setting of your TV (if any) is set to ‘Standard.” press RETURN. The resume point for a title is the last point you played. see page 17.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. X PAUSE – Pauses/re-starts playback. 2 Video transmission rate and the stream information . *2 Depending on the disc or file type. select from “Max” to “Off” by pressing </. then press c or repeatedly. b Select “A/V Control.

select “DVD Parental Control. ◆ When you have not yet registered a password Enter a four-digit password using the number buttons. . . . enter the password using the number buttons. ◆Example: To apply “Sort” to all titles A Select “Sort.” and press ENTER. enter the password using the number buttons. . a Press SYSTEM MENU. k Press </. l Press ENTER.” and press ENTER.” and press ENTER.” “Oldest first. . .” go to step 4 of “Setting the Parental Control for BD-ROMs” (page 30). c Select “Parental Control. . c Select “Parental Control. d Select “DVD Parental Control.Locking a Disc Setting/changing the password BD DVD Setting the Parental Control for DVD VIDEOs DVD Setting the Parental Control for BDROMs BD Setup BD DVD By setting the password and your limit in “Parental Control” Setup. The above “All Movies” display appears. Note that the lower the value. To continue to set “DVD Parental Control. .” and press ENTER to turn on the above display.” and press ENTER. you can control playback of inappropriate discs. Video Setup Audio Setup Language Parental Control Speakers Options Change Password DVD Parental Control BD Parental Control Next Screen Next Screen Next Screen Setup Video Setup Audio Setup Language Parental Control Speakers Options Setup Video Setup Audio Setup Language Parental Control Speakers Options Change Level Password Level Off Change Age Restriction Password Age Restriction 255 Use to select an item. .” go to step 4 of “Setting the Parental Control for DVD VIDEOs” (page 30). c Select “Parental Control. . then re-enter it for confirmation. . reset “Change Age Restriction” of “BD Parental Control” (page 50). . i Select “DVD Country Code. .” and press ENTER to turn on the “Parental Control” Setup. . to select the limitation level from “Off” to “Level 8. This ensures that you see the scenes intended for your residential area. d Select “BD Parental Control. the restriction is set by age. not by level. . ◆ When you have already registered a password Enter the four-digit password using the number buttons. Items All Movies Browse Search Sort Details Lists all titles (as above).” and press ENTER. To use the Browse menu Press < after step 3 to display the items for the “Movies” Title List. h When the display returns to the “Parental Control” Setup. All Movies 1214 items 1:31 1:02 1:31 1:25 1:33 1:26 1:57 1:36 1:18 1:18 List Select SYSTEM MENU Exit Basic Operations Spider Smoother Sideway Home Alpinist All Movies Browse Search Sort Electricity Lemon Grove Bridget Finding Never-Ever Land Meet My Mom The Browse menu appears when you press < a Press SYSTEM MENU. select “BD Parental Control.” and press ENTER to turn on the “Parental Control” Setup. . the stricter the limitation. 34 • Searching for a Title . For BD-ROMs. . . . b Select “Setup. .” and press ENTER. and press ENTER. 35 31 32 1-7 .” “By title (ZtA). showing all titles (scrollable by pressing m). . z Hint j On the “BD Country Code” display. to select the age from “0” to “255. and press m. 32 • Browsing by Genre. to select your country code (see page 69).” and press ENTER. . .” “By title (AtZ). B Select the setting you want to sort by. Reorders the titles by date or alphabet (see below). For operations. • Viewing All Titles . . e Select “Next Screen. .” and press ENTER. 34 • Programming Playback (Quicklist) . . • If you forget the password. • The above display does not appear for BD-ROM. or folders (page 34). and press ENTER. or press m and enter the code for your area using the number buttons. z Hint a Press SYSTEM MENU. Available items differ depending on the display. and press ENTER. . d Select “Change Password (Set Password). . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Parental Control BD PLAYER Use the number keys to enter the password to turn off the parental lock.” and press ENTER. . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Basic Operations Use the number keys to enter the password. . and press ENTER. l Press ENTER. b Select “Title List. . .” and press ENTER. . e Select “Change Age Restriction. . c Select “Movies.” and press ENTER. . Searches for a title using the on-screen keyboard (page 34). From “All Movies” you can apply items to all titles using the Browse menu (see below). and press ENTER. .” and press ENTER. 3 5 Current Level Disc Level b Select “Setup. This ensures that you see the scenes intended for your residential area. .” and press ENTER. see the pages in parentheses. DATA DVD The “Movies” Title List first displays all titles on the disc. then press [RR] or ENTER. Quicklist. h When the display returns to the “Parental Control” Setup. . If you cannot play a BD-ROM because of Parental Control.” and press ENTER. This will set the playback limitation level. j On the “DVD Country Code” display. . f Enter the password using the number buttons. . . . .” and press ENTER. The password is required when the DVD exceeds the level you set.” and press ENTER. and press ENTER. Displays a list of genres. a Press SYSTEM MENU. or Folder . . e Select “Change Level. . i Select “BD Country Code. f Enter the password using the number buttons. or press m and enter the code for your area using the number buttons. k Press </. Notes • You cannot limit playback if the DVD VIDEO/BD-ROM does not have the “Parental Control” function.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. . and press ENTER. Re-enter it for confirmation.continued 29 30 Viewing All Titles Watching Movie Files Use the “Movies” Title List to browse through and sort MPEG-2 PS movie files on DATA DVDs. . . g Press </. you will have to return all of the player settings to their factory defaults (page 53). . b Select “Setup.” and press ENTER to turn on the above “Parental Control” Setup.” and press ENTER to turn on the password display. Enter a new password and press m. . . To continue to set “BD Parental Control. “Recent first. Quicklist. and press ENTER. to select your country code (see page 69). and press ENTER. g Press </. . . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Use the number keys to enter the password.

.” and press ENTER.. . ..). . .” “By artist (AtZ). . Quicklist. Listening to Music Files Use the “Music” Title List to browse through and play the MP3 track files on DATA DVDs.. For details about the Quicklist. The title starts playing. Note The “Quicklist” may be cleared after some operations (e. a Press SYSTEM MENU. .” and press ENTER. or titles with a similar name. c Select “Movies. The “Quicklist” can contain up to 25 titles. . or using the “Options” menu (press . . Quicklist Spider Smoother Sideway Date : 2006 Genre : Adventure Format : MPEG Home Alpinist Electricity Lemon Grove Bridget Finding Never-Ever Land Meet My Mom List 14 items 1:31 Artists All Artists Angela Simpson Blue Glass Bohemian Beat Cela Classic Remix Commotion Count Dra"Q"la 7 items Watching Movie Files 1:02 1:31 1:25 1:33 1:26 1:57 1:36 1:18 1:18 Select SYSTEM MENU Exit 6 Albums 5 Albums 6 Albums 4 Albums 5 Albums 2 Albums 2 Albums Main Menu Options Play SYSTEM MENU Exit The “Quicklist” does not affect the original recording on the disc The Browse menu appears when you press < a Press SYSTEM MENU. . . Displays the track information and the playback information during playback. To use the Browse menu Press < after step 3 to display the items for the “Music” Title List. . select “All Songs” from the Browse menu and press ENTER. d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. . or year. Quicklist. or turning off the player etc. Viewing All Artists z Hint You can play the “Quicklist” content in other play modes by pressing PLAY MODE (page 25).” and press ENTER. The above “Artists” display appears. the following items are available.” or “Folders. You can select a title and start playback by pressing H or ENTER.” and press ENTER.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. . Adds the selected title to the Quicklist.). Items Play from Beginning Add to Quicklist Details Starts playing the title you selected from the beginning. . . . . The selected item changes with each press: “Time Search” (page 26) — “Repeat Title” — “Repeat Off” See page 25 for details.” “Quicklist.” and press ENTER. . Interviews Watching Movie Files s_ A B C D E F GH I J K L MNO P QR S T U VWX Y Z . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit DONE CANCEL Select SYSTEM MENU Exit To use the “Options” menu Press .” and press . .Playing a title a After step 3 of “Viewing All Titles” above. Items All Songs Browse Search Details Lists all tracks (page 37). . . : . c Select “Music. .. Options 1:31 1:02 Play from Beginning 1:31 Add to Quicklist 1:25 1:33 1:26 1:57 1:36 1:18 1:18 Select SYSTEM MENU Exit Folders Winter games 2006 2 items Search Results Say No Sea Sideway Spider Stay Alive 5 items 1:31 1:02 1:31 1:25 1:33 1 Detailed information Displays details about the selected title. • Viewing All Artists . . and press ENTER. instead of ENTER in the above step to display the “Options” menu settings applicable to the title in the given situation. . • Format: Displays the coding format. opening the disc tray. . • Date: Displays the recording year.” “By title (AtZ). e Select “Add to Quicklist” from the “Options” menu. . . .g.). h Select “Browse. or Folder DATA DVD Narrow down the list of titles by selecting the category type (e.” 1 2 Select the title you want to remove from the displayed “Quicklist. . .” “By title (ZtA). “Recent first. .” and press ENTER. and press ENTER. • Genre: Displays the genre name. b Select “Title List. Searches for a track using the on-screen keyboard (page 38). . See page 24 for the remote’s operations. a Press SYSTEM MENU. . 38 • Programming Playback (Quicklist) . c Select “Movies. In the above example. b Select “Title List. or Folder . see “Programming Playback (Quicklist)” (page 35). . .” and press ENTER. 36 • Browsing by Artist. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ ( ) SHFT SPC DEL CLR The “Options” menu appears when you select a title and press . c Select “Movies. 38 • Searching for a Track .g. 39 D Select the setting you want to sort by. . . Reorders the tracks by alphabet. . . Displays a list of artists. .” and press ENTER. From “Artists” you can apply items to all tracks using the Browse menu (see below). select the title you want to add to the top of the “Quicklist.” and press ENTER. 35 36 1-8 . . The list of genres/Quicklist/folders appears as above. . e Select “Browse. . z Hint You can select a title and start playback by pressing H or ENTER. f Select the list you want to view from “Genres. “Folders”). . C Select “Sort.” “By artist (ZtA). and press ENTER or H. b Select “Title List. . b Select “Title List. Genre. You can add the same title multiple times. . .” and press ENTER. To play in other play mode During playback. . . j Select the title you want to start playback. . All Movies Spider Smoother Sideway Date : 2006 Genre : Adventure Format : MPEG Home Alpinist Electricity Lemon Grove Bridget Finding Never-Ever Land Meet My Mom List 1214 items About the “Movies” (All Movies) Title List display All Movies Spider Smoother Sideway Date : 2006 Genre : Adventure Format : MPEG Home Alpinist Electricity Lemon Grove Bridget Finding Never-Ever Land Meet My Mom List Browsing by Genre. d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. . DATA DVD The “Music” Title List first displays a list of the artist names on the disc. genres.” and press ENTER. Quicklist. . Searching for a Title 1214 items 1:31 1:02 1:31 1:25 1:33 1:26 1:57 1:36 1:18 1:18 Select SYSTEM MENU Exit DATA DVD You can find the exact title. and press ENTER. Select in the order you want to play. . . select the title you want to play. . . then the category. . z Hint g Select the genre/Quicklist/folder you want to view. . etc. B Press < to turn on the Browse menu. Available items differ depending on the display. . Sort Now Playing ◆Example: To apply “Sort” to all tracks A To display the list of tracks. e Select “Search. f Repeat step 4 and 5 to select all the desired titles. . . . see the pages in parentheses. press PLAY MODE repeatedly. Search results are narrowed down as more characters are entered a Press SYSTEM MENU. or folders (page 38).” and press ENTER. . . albums.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. You can make a “Quicklist” of your favorites and play in various play modes. 2 List area Displays the title names of all content. d When the “All Movies” Title List appears. z Hint f Enter the title name using the on-screen keyboard (see page 23). . You can apply other playback settings to the selected title using the “Options” menu (see below). ◆Example: To apply “Play from Beginning” to the selected title A Select “Play from Beginning. . showing all artist names (scrollable by pressing m). Album. . Select “Remove.” and press ENTER. i Select “Quicklist.” and press ENTER.” and press . g Press < to turn on the Browse menu. For operations. . 33 To remove the title from the “Quicklist” 34 Programming Playback (Quicklist) DATA DVD Play your favorite titles in the order you like by making your own “Quicklist. (see below). . The “Quicklist” Title List appears with the programmed content.” and press ENTER. . or using the “Options” menu (press .” “Oldest first.

. To use the Browse menu Press < after step 3 to display the items for “Photos” Title List.. .” and press ENTER to turn on the above display.. l Select the track you want to start playback. . Quicklist. 40 • Browsing by Date. z Hints g Select the artist/album/genre/Quicklist/ folder you want to view.” and press ENTER. . or using the “Options” menu (press .” and press ENTER. . • Viewing All Folders . • Format: Displays the coding format. d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. The above “Folders” display appears.” and press ENTER. . . The list of artists/albums/genres/Quicklist/folders appears as above.. press PLAY MODE repeatedly. . f Select the list you want to view from “Artists. playback starts from the beginning of the track. and start playback by pressing ENTER or H. : . 43 ◆Example: To apply “Sort” to all files A To display the list of all files. .MP3” to a non-MP3 file. . Note that such output may cause the connected device to malfunction. . .g. About the “Music” (All Songs) Title List display All Songs Never Let Me Down (Split Mix) Policies of Truth Shout in Rio Artist:Deep Artist : Deep Green Green Album : Splash! Album:Remixes 81-04 Genre:Alternative Genre : Alternative Format:MP3 Format : MP3 Home Strangled Rash (Spiritual Mix) I Feel You (Remix) Route 57 (Beatmasters Mix) Free (DJ Remix) Personal Note Main Menu Options 1214 items 9:31 8:00 7:31 3:55 6:33 5:26 4:57 9:36 6:18 6:18 Play SYSTEM MENU Exit Browsing by Artist. Note The “Quicklist” may be cleared after some operations (e. . 42 • Programming a Slideshow Playback (Quicklist) . see the pages in parentheses.Playing a track a After step 3 of “Viewing All Artists” above. . Select “Remove. b Select “Title List. ◆Example: To apply “Play Song” to the selected track A Select “Play Song. . . narrow down the list of tracks by selecting the artist. • Album: Displays the album name. see “Programming Playback (Quicklist)” (page 39). Viewing Photo Files Use the “Photos” Title List to view the JPEG images on DATA DVDs. e Select “Browse. To play in other play mode During playback. . g Select “Search. . . Reorders the files by date or alphabet (see below).). – The file name contains characters other than numbers and English alphabet. and press < to turn on the Browse menu.. The selected item changes with each press: “Repeat Track” — “Repeat All” — “Random” — “Repeat Off” See page 25 for details. or Folder DATA DVD Narrow down the list of tracks by selecting the category type (e. . or tracks with a similar name.g. b Select “Title List. .” and press . . Search Sort i Press < to turn on the Browse menu.” and press ENTER. You can apply other playback settings to the selected track using the “Options” menu (see below). . . .” and press ENTER. the displayed track or album names may be different from the characters you input. and press ENTER. D Select the setting you want to sort by. album. The “Quicklist” can contain up to 25 tracks. .” and press ENTER. Select in the order you want to play. All Genres Alternative Blues Books And Spoken Celtic Classical Comedy Country Dance Dark Main Menu Options 2876 Songs 195 Songs 16 Songs 304 Songs 841 Songs 32 Songs 2 Songs 460 Songs 60 Songs Play SYSTEM MENU Exit R A B C D E F GH I J K L MNO P QR S T U VWX Y Z . . c Select “Photos. opening the disc tray. – The data is recorded in mp3PRO format. • When using the Resume function on MP3 tracks.” “Quicklist” or “Folders. . 37 To remove the title from the “Quicklist” 38 Programming Playback (Quicklist) DATA DVD Play your favorite tracks in the order you like by making your own “Quicklist.” and press ENTER. Searching for a Track DATA DVD You can find the exact track. – The audio track file does not have the extension “. • You can search for a genre.MP3. . .” and press ENTER. d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. the file may accidentally play on the player. or Folder . select “All Photos” from the Browse menu and press ENTER. . Available items differ depending on the display. . press < and select “All Songs” from the Browse menu. z Hints h Enter the track name using the on-screen keyboard (see page 23). . “Genres”). To use the “Options” menu Press . . .” “Albums. . the following items are available. and press ENTER or H. b Select the track you want to play. c Select “Music.” and press ENTER. showing all folders (scrollable by pressing m). In the above example. . DATA DVD The “Photos” Title List first displays all the folders on the disc. You can add the same track multiple times. e Select “All Songs. . . All Songs Never Let Me Down (Split Mix) Options Policies of Truth Shout in Rio Artist : Deep Green Album : Splash! Genre : Alternative Format : MP3 Home Strangled Rash (Spiritual Mix) I Feel You (Remix) Route 57 (Beatmasters Mix) Free (DJ Remix) Personal Note Main Menu Options 1214 items 9:31 Genres 20 items Search Results Raga Raging Plants Ragamufin Ree Rise Rose Bed Rule the World 7 items 9:31 8:00 7:31 7:32 6:33 6:34 6:35 1 Detailed information Displays details about the selected track. then the category. • You can select a track from the search result.” 1 2 Select the track you want to remove from the displayed “Quicklist. or folders (page 42). For details about the Quicklist. b Select “Title List. About unplayable audio track files The player does not play the file if: – The DATA DVD is not recorded in an MP3 format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). e Select “All Songs. . Quicklist. . . • Artist: Displays the artist name. Viewing All Folders z Hint You can play the “Quicklist” content in other play modes by pressing PLAY MODE (page 25). • Genre: Displays the genre name. .. . . . .” and press ENTER. . From “Folders” you can apply items to all files using the Browse menu (see below). 42 • Searching for a Photo . “Genres”). . Adds the selected track to the Quicklist.). f When the “All Songs” Title List appears. • Main area: Displays the track names. 39 40 1-9 . d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. • Depending on the writing software used. • Playback may not start immediately after skipping to another album. The “Options” menu appears when you select a track and press . and start playback by pressing ENTER or H. k Select “Quicklist. • Sub area: Displays the total playback time of each track. the player resumes playback from the last track you played. Displays a list of dates. . .” “By title (ZtA).” and press ENTER. . . .” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. or turning off the player etc. .MP3. Searches for a file using the on-screen keyboard (page 42). Album. . . Items Play Song Add to Quicklist Details Starts playing the track you selected from the beginning. • See page 24 for the remote’s operations. then the album.” and press ENTER.” – The data is not MPEG-1 Audio Layer III data. You can reorder the files and start playing a slideshow. .” and press ENTER. • If you put an extension “. h Repeat step 6 and 7 to select all the desired tracks.” and press ENTER. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ ( ) SHFT SPC DEL CLR Listening to Music Files Play Song 8:00 7:31 Add to Quicklist 3:55 6:33 5:26 4:57 9:36 6:18 6:18 Play SYSTEM MENU Exit 2 List area Displays overall content. a Press SYSTEM MENU. . . and press ENTER.). . f Press < to turn on the Browse menu. For operations. The title starts playing. b Select “Title List. .g.” and press . . artist. . and press ENTER.” “Genres. . . Quicklist. . C Select “Sort. . g Select “Add to Quicklist” from the “Options” menu. or folder name from each Title List (e. . j Select “Browse. Folders Kurobe-dam 2005 Jungfraujoch 2006 2 items Quicklist Never Let Me Down (Split Mix) Policies of Truth Shout in Rio Artist : Deep Green Album : Splash! Genre : Alternative Format : MP3 3 items 9:31 8:00 7:31 Listening to Music Files Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Main Menu Options Play SYSTEM MENU Exit The “Quicklist” does not affect the original recording on the disc The Browse menu appears when you press < while on the leftmost row a Press SYSTEM MENU. z Hint You can select a track from the list of tracks. Genre. c Select “Music. • Even after stopping playback. Items All Photos Browse Details Displays all files in alphabetical order (page 41). c Select “Music. Notes • Playback time of MP3 audio tracks may not be displayed correctly. . or using the “Options” menu (press . “Recent first. instead of ENTER in the above step to display the “Options” menu settings applicable to the track in the given situation.” “Oldest first. . . The “Quicklist” Title List appears with the programmed content.” and press ENTER. DONE CANCEL Select SYSTEM MENU Exit Genres without content do not appear in the list Search results are narrowed down as more characters are entered a Press SYSTEM MENU.” “By title (AtZ).” and press ENTER.” – The data is not formatted properly even though it has the extension “. select the track you want to add to the top of the “Quicklist. . B Move the highlight to the left most row. . . . . To list all tracks. a Press SYSTEM MENU.” and press ENTER.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ ( ) SHFT SPC DEL CLR Viewing Photo Files Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit DONE CANCEL Select SYSTEM MENU Exit 2 List area Displays overall photo content in thumbnail. . . . .” “Audio Setup. and press ENTER. . Items Slideshow Add to Quicklist Details Starts playing a slideshow as above. press < and select “All Photos” from the Browse menu. . Cr Off The “Quicklist” may be cleared after some operations (e. .” and press ENTER.).g. . when changing the connected device or the audio/video output. . 52 • Resetting the Player . . . The disc’s playback settings take priority over the player’s playback settings. . . and press ENTER. . . . . . . Select “Remove. . . . g Select “Add to Quicklist” from the “Options” menu. . • Date: Displays the shooting date. f Move the highlight to the leftmost row.). f When the “All Photos” Title List appears. c Select “Slideshow. . • Using the Setup Displays . • Resolution: Displays the picture resolution in width × height. .” enter the “Setup” displays to change the settings of the player. . and press < to turn on the Browse menu. . Note The photos may appear slowly depending on the size and the number of files. . . .jpg Date : 7/23/2006 Resolution: 293 x 196 Format: JPEG 1214 items About the “Photos” (All Photos) Title List display All Photos 1214 items Browsing by Date. some files may not play depending on the recording condition or the method (e. . opening the disc tray.” and press ENTER. or files with a similar name. . . z Hint h Enter the file name using the on-screen keyboard (see page 23). . . 53 j Select “Browse. .” and press ENTER. • File: Displays the file name. .” and press ENTER. . and press ENTER. . . – The photo file is not recorded in a format that conforms to the DCF*.” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. * “Design rule for Camera File system”: Image standards for digital cameras regulated by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association). • Format: Displays the recording format. . . . . . To use the “Options” menu Available “Options” menu settings differ depending on the situation. f Select the list you want to view from “Date. c Select “Photos. etc.” and press ENTER. d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. To play in other play mode During playback. . The list of date/Quicklist/folders appears as above.096 (height) in normal mode.” and press ENTER. . . • Even after stopping playback. . .” “Parental Control. 47 • Language .). . . . . . . . e Select “All Photos. . . . from “Video Setup. . For details about the Quicklist. The selected item changes with each press: “Repeat All” — “Random” — “Repeat Off” See page 25 for details. .. then the category. . writer software). . . Select in the order you want to play. Use to select an item. .” and press ENTER to turn on the above display. The “Quicklist” Title List appears with the programmed content. . d Select the item you want to change. . and press ENTER.” Using the Setup Displays To remove from the “Quicklist” 1 2 Select the file you want to remove from the displayed “Quicklist. . . .” or “Folders” and press ENTER. b Select the file you want to start from. .096 (width) × 4. . and press < to turn on the Browse menu.” and press ENTER. . .” or “Options. c Select the “Setup” display you want to use. . select the file you want to add to the top of the “Quicklist.. e Select “All Photos.” and press ENTER. . . . and press ENTER to turn on the “Options” menu. • Even when the above are not applicable. the player resumes playback from the last file you played. . . . z Hint You can play the “Quicklist” content in other play modes by pressing PLAY MODE (page 25). 50 • Speakers.” “Quicklist.g. . . . b Select “Title List. press PLAY MODE repeatedly.jpg File:Summer of '06. . . . . . 43 44 1-10 . . d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. 49 • Parental Control . . . . then press [RR] or ENTER. . . . Refer to the explanations in the following sections. .. 2006 2005 File:Summer of '06. . . . : .). i Move the highlight to the leftmost row.” and press ENTER. . a Press SYSTEM MENU. b Select “Title List. . . and press ENTER. The “Quicklist” can contain up to 25 files. . . . . 45 • Audio Setup . . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Viewing Photo Files Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit The “Quicklist” does not affect the original recording on the disc a Press SYSTEM MENU while the player is stopped. – The image does not fit the screen (the image is reduced). . . – The file has an extension other than “. . . . . .” and press ENTER. . . c Select “Photos. Adds the selected file to the Quicklist for later slideshow playback. . . To return to the previous display Press RETURN. . . . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit Year 2007 10 items Search Results 7 items 1 Detailed information Displays details about the selected file.g. The “Options” menu appears when you select a file and press ENTER About unplayable photo files The player does not play the file if: – The DATA DVD is not recorded in a JPEG format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). . . . . . l Select the file you want to start playback. Note Playback settings described in this section may not work when there is any preset playback setting in the disc. . . The “Setup” display appears with the related items. g Select the date/Quicklist/folder you want to view. k Select “Quicklist. . . . . . .” – The image is larger than 4.Playing a slideshow a After step 3 of “Viewing All Folders” above. . d Press < to turn on the Browse menu. You can select a file and start slideshow by using “Options” menu (press . . z Hint • See page 24 for the remote’s operations. Cb. . . All Photos Options Slideshow Add to Quicklist File : DSC00434. • Files may not play on this player if edited on a PC. . . Note that the display switches to the screen saver if you do not operate for 15 minutes. . . . or Folder DATA DVD Narrow down the list of files by selecting the category type (e. The last part of this section explains how to return all of these settings to their factory defaults.” and press ENTER. . Search results are narrowed down as more characters are entered a Press SYSTEM MENU. . . see “Programming a Slideshow Playback (Quicklist)” (page 43). . .JPEG. the following items are available. . . . . . . . . . .” and press ENTER. Quicklist 22 items Note File : DSC00434. . . . . .” “Speakers. or turning off the player etc. . . 51 • Options . Searching for a Photo File : DSC00434.jpg Date:July/23/2006 Date : 7/23/2006 Resolution:196x298 Resolution: 293 x 196 pixels Format:JPEG Format: JPEG DATA DVD You can find the exact file. . . . . . b Select “Title List. .” and press ENTER. . c Select “Photos. z Hints g Select “Search. You can apply other playback settings to the selected file using the “Options” menu (see below). Slideshow starts.jpg Date : 7/23/2006 Resolution: 293 x 196 Format: JPEG Setup Video Setup Audio Setup Language Parental Control Speakers Options TV Type 4:3 Video Out DVD Aspect Ratio YCbCr/RGBPC(HDMI) 24p Output 16:9 Normal Letter Box Y. . . or progressive JPEG. In the above example of the use of the “Options” menu. . You can add the same file multiple times. . 42 Programming a Slideshow Playback (Quicklist) DATA DVD Play a slideshow in the order you like by making your own “Quicklist. BD DVD DATA DVD CD From the “System Menu. . You can select a file and start slideshow by using “Options” menu (press . . e Select “Browse. . Confirm SYSTEM MENU Exit a Press SYSTEM MENU. b Select “Setup. .jpg Date:July/23/2006 Resolution:196x298 pixels Format:JPEG 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 R_ A B C D E F GH I J K L MNO P QR S T U VWX Y Z . . – The file name contains characters other than numbers and English alphabet. h Repeat step 6 and 7 to select all the desired files. “Date”). 44 • Video Setup .” and press ENTER.. . .” and press ENTER. . .g.” and press ENTER.” “Language. Changing the Initial Settings Select “Setup” from the “System Menu” when you need to change the settings of the player (e. . Quicklist. . 41 m Select “Slideshow” from the “Options” menu. . .

etc. or a TV with a wide mode function. For example. DTS discs.1ch 5.1ch LPCM 2ch LPCM 5.continued 47 48 1-11 . a 4:3 letterbox picture – Displays a full-height picture on the entire screen. output jack. *2 1080/24p video signals are not output from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. – Select the type of 2-channel signals when down-mixed from multi-channel DTS sources (effective for audio connections when “DTS” is set to “Downmix PCM”).1ch LPCM Dolby Digital Underlined items are the default settings. Note that the resolution differs depending on the display device.” the player automatically adjusts the video signals if the TV cannot accept the set resolution. 5. CD Linear PCM 2ch DTS *1 “2 Channel” and “5.1ch 5. Changing the Initial Settings To output the 1080/24p video signals A 1080/24p-compatible TV is required for this setting. connecting jack and the source material as below.1ch LPCM 2ch LPCM 2ch LPCM 5. Off – Select this for any other connection. natural or to your satisfaction. *6 Outputs 7.1ch LPCM 5. • 480i or 480p video signals may be output when you connect to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks and play some copy-guarded BDs/DVDs. may appear even when “Pan & Scan” is selected.1ch Downmix 5. 480p 720p 1080i 1080p Source Direct 1 4:3 Video Out – Select the display configuration for a 4:3 screen picture on a 16:9 wide screen TV. Dolby Digital Dolby Digital Plus Dolby TrueHD DTS DTS-HD 7. Connecting jack HDMI OUT Automatically selects the recommended resolution acceptable for your TV.” Note If there is no picture. YCbCr / RGBPC (HDMI) – Select the type of output from the HDMI OUT jack. *4 Selectable under “Audio (HDMI)” in “Audio Setup” (page 47).1ch 5. Outputs audio signals according to the status of the connected HDMI device.1 Channel” are selectable under “Audio Output Mode” in “Speakers” Setup (page 51). 480i 480p 720p 1080i 1080p Output differs depending on source material*1 Settings Underlined items are the default settings. Lt/Rt – Allows you to hear surround sound when the connected device has a built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder.1ch 5. Normal – Displays a 4:3 screen picture in 4:3 aspect ratio with black bands on the sides. . Auto – Normally.1ch 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch 2ch Downmix 2ch Downmix 2ch 2ch 2ch Downmix Dolby Digital Dolby Digital – Select the audio signals output when playing – Select this when connecting to a device with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder. when “TV Type” is set to “4:3”). connect the display device to the HDMI OUT jack using an HDMI cord.1ch 5. Cr – Select this when connecting to an HDMI device. Dolby Digital discs. Select this when connecting to a device or OPTICAL) jack.1ch LPCM signals decoded from Dolby Digital Plus audio stream. This setting affects the output Downmix PCM from the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or – Converts to output Linear PCM signals. *3 Selectable under “Audio (HDMI)” in “Audio Setup” (page 47). without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder. *2 PCM : when “Dolby Digital” or “DTS” in “Audio Setup” is set to “Downmix PCM” (page 47). On – For connection to a 1080/24p-compatible TV – Sends 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video signals when playing Film-based materials on BDROMs (720p/24 Hz or 1080p/24 Hz). etc.1ch.1ch LPCM 5.1ch 2ch 2ch 5. Stereo – Downmixes multi-channel audio signals for two channel stereo. without a built-in DTS decoder. Note “TV Type” and “DVD Aspect Ratio” can be set when video output resolution is 480i/480p. This setting affects the Downmix PCM output from the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL – Converts to output Linear PCM signals.continued 45 46 About the audio output signals Audio Setup The audio output differs as follows. DVD:480p*3 BD:1080i. Note that the aspect ratio is fixed on some Pan & Scan discs.1ch LPCM 5. and the selected settings. For the details. *3 Outputs in the resolution of the original setting (720p or 1080i) when the DVD is not copy guarded.1ch 2ch 5. select this.Video Setup To set the video output resolution Press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly to select the desired resolution. RGB (0-255) – Select this when connecting to an RGB (0-255) device. press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly until the picture appears correctly. Cb.1ch LPCM Auto*4 2ch LPCM 5. refer also to the instruction manual supplied with the TV/projector.1ch LPCM Dolby Digital DTS DTS 2ch LPCM Dolby Digital DTS 2ch LPCM 2ch LPCM DTS DTS Changing the Initial Settings DVD DTS Downmix Linear PCM Dolby Digital DTS MPEG Audio (HDMI) – Select the output method from the HDMI OUT jack. To enjoy the HD quality resolution in this case. Full – Displays a 4:3 screen picture in 16:9 aspect ratio. DVD:480p*3 480i Output differs depending on source material*2 480i 480i 480i 480i 480i 480i TV Type – Select your TV type. 1 2 Set “24p Output” in “Video Setup” to “On” (page 45). * Outputs in the same resolution and frequency as recorded on the disc.1ch*5 2ch Downmix 7.1ch LPCM 5.1ch LPCM 7. DTS – Select the audio signals output when playing – Select this when connecting to a device with a built-in DTS decoder. Select this when connecting to a device OPTICAL) jack. PCM – Converts all audio signals to Linear PCM.1ch LPCM 7. depending on the source. Jacks/ settings Disc/source BDLinear PCM 2ch ROM AUDIO OUT L/R jacks*1 2ch 2ch 5. try another resolution that suits the disc and your TV/projector. the player downmixes to 2ch signals even if the disc or source is 5. • Even when you select a setting other than “Auto. Select this if your TV does not have a 4:3 screen mode. Select this when the connection applies. see also “About the audio output signals” on page 48.1ch DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/ COAXIAL) jacks*2 PCM 2ch LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch LPCM 2ch LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM Bitstream 2ch LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM 2ch Downmix LPCM Dolby Digital Dolby Digital Dolby Digital DTS DTS 2ch LPCM Dolby Digital DTS — 2ch LPCM DTS HDMI OUT jack*3 PCM*4 2ch LPCM 5.1ch 2ch 5. DVD Aspect Ratio Letter Box – Select the display configuration for a 16:9 – Displays a wide picture with black bands on the top and DVD picture on a 4:3 screen TV (selectable bottom. Resulting output may differ depending on the connected HDMI device. 4:3 – 4:3 screen TV. with trimmed sides. Press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly to select “Auto” or “Source Direct. 16:9 – Wide-screen TV. Since many factors affect the type of audio output. *5 When the sampling frequency is 192 kHz. using the HDMI OUT jack.1ch 5. RGB (16-235) – Select this when connecting to a device with an HDCP-compliant DVI jack. Auto COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 480i VIDEO/S VIDEO 480i 480i 480i 480p BD:720p.1ch LPCM*6 Dolby Digital 5. Bitstream : when “Dolby Digital” or “DTS” in “Audio Setup” is set to “Dolby Digital” or “DTS” (page 47). Y. . 24p Output Notes • If the picture is not clear.

Note that all the settings you made also return to their defaults. Subtitle Display On – Turns on the subtitles. On Screen Display On – Select whether to display the playback status – Displays playback status. Change Level – Set the control level.” DVD Country Code – This ensures that you see the scenes intended for your residential area. BD – Plays BD layer. French – Plays the soundtrack in French.” you will need to reset the player (page 53). The default settings are underlined. 5.– Displays the subtitles in English.” select the size. DVD – Plays DVD layer.). HDMI Control On – Select whether to activate the HDMI Control – Activates the function. Notes • You cannot limit playback if the disc does not have the Parental Control function. • For “L/R. This function limits playback of DVD VIDEOs and BD-ROMs. Other – See “Language Code List” on page 68 and enter the code for your language. 2 Channel – Select this when connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) using the AUDIO OUT (L/ R) jacks. CD – Plays CD layer. On – Turns off the player when the player is left in stop or pause mode without operation for 30 minutes. • If you forget the password for “Parental Control. Off – Playback status is not displayed.1CH OUTPUT jacks.” select whether the speakers are included in your system. Auto Power Off – Select whether to activate the “Auto Power Off” function of the player. DVD Parental Control Changing the Initial Settings BD Parental Control Change Age Restriction – Set the control level. ROMs/DVD VIDEOs.1 Channel – Select this when connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) using the 5. • For “C” and “Ls/Rs. English – Displays BD’s/DVD’s menus in English. BD/DVD Menu – Select the default menu language for BDROMs/DVD VIDEOs. Speaker Setup – This setting affects the output from the 5. Français – Displays the menus and messages in French. This setting is disabled if either of “C” or “Ls/Rs” is set to “No.. Remove the disc when you change the setting.” 3 Press ENTER to save the adjustments. You will be asked for the password when playing restricted discs or when changing the control level. Other – See “Language Code List” on page 68 and enter the code for your language. French – Displays BD’s/DVD’s menus in French. English – Plays the soundtrack in English. displays.” “Subtitles. The default settings are underlined. The default setting is “Off. To activate. Audio Output Mode – For analog connection.” BD Country Code – This ensures that you see the scenes intended for your residential area when playing BD-ROMs.1CH OUTPUT jacks. see “Locking a Disc” (page 29).Language Parental Control Underlined items are the default settings.1CH OUTPUT jacks. Next Screen 1 Select the speaker setting that needs adjusting by pressing M/m. French – Displays the subtitles in French. • Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over these settings. on the screen (Stop. 51 52 1-12 . OSD English – Select your language for the player on-screen – Displays the menus and messages in English. Play. Easy Setup Changing the Initial Settings – Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic settings. English – Select the default subtitle language for BD. Notes • When you select a language in “Audio. Off – Turns off the subtitles. Audio – Select the default soundtrack language for BD-ROMs/DVD VIDEOs. Other – See “Language Code List” on page 68 and enter the code for your language. 49 50 Speakers Options The following items are necessary when using the 5. Off function of the player (page 11). etc. Underlined items are the default settings. Off – The player remains turned on with or without operation. Subtitles Change Password (Set Password) Next Screen – Set or change the password for the “Parental Control” function. – Turns off the function. • “C” (center speaker): “Yes” or “No” • “Ls/Rs” (left surround speaker/right surround speaker): “Yes” or “No” • “L/R” (left front speaker/right front speaker): “Large” or “Small” 2 Adjust the setting by pressing </. one of the recorded languages is automatically selected. The default setting is “255. Hybrid Disc Playback Layer – Select the layer priority when playing a Hybrid Disc. The display asks for the password if the disc’s pre-determined age restriction is higher than the age you set. w/Subtitle – Displays BD’s/DVD’s menus in the same language as the subtitle language. The display asks for the password if the disc’s pre-determined level exceeds the limit you set. Start – Press ENTER and see page 18.” “BD/DVD Menu” that is not recorded on the disc.

.JPEG. The connecting cords are damaged. .” . Re-connect the connecting cord securely. Additional Information The angles cannot be changed.continued 55 56 1-13 . see “About the ‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync features (for HDMI connections only)” (page 11). . The player is connected to the wrong input jack on the amplifier (receiver) (page 12). . . . . and all of the settings return to their factory defaults. . . . It takes a short while before the player turns on. The BD/DVD prohibits changing of the angles. . Check the “Audio Output Mode” in “Speakers” Setup (page 51) if the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks or the 5. If the HDMI OUT jack is used for video output. . The player turns off. . (Some progressive JPEG files cannot be displayed even if the file size is within this specified capacity. . . . . Playback stops automatically. . The MP3 audio track file cannot be played (page 36). . . . . try connecting your player to your TV’s S VIDEO input (page 10). . . If this happens. The disc features an auto playback function. . The display language on the screen switches automatically. Characters other than numbers and English alphabet are contained in the file name. . The region code on the BD/DVD does not match the player. . . Refer to the operating instructions of the component. Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 21). . 70 Picture There is no picture/picture noise appears. . . When static electricity. . .JPG. Changing the Initial Settings • Troubleshooting . . . . Should any problem persist. . If the picture output from your player goes through your VCR to get to your TV or if you are connected to a combination TV/VIDEO player. . Set “Video Control” in “A/V Control” to “Standard” (default) (page 28). . . . . Other characters may be displayed differently. . . The player does not operate properly. the display language on the screen automatically switches according to the language setting of the connected TV (if you change the setting on your TV. . use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly to switch to “480i. . . Random Play or Repeat Play is selected (page 25). 53 54 The picture does not fill the screen. The file on the DATA DVD contains characters other than numbers and English alphabet. 57 • Index to Parts and Controls . . . . . . Repeat the above procedure several times if the tray does not open on the first try. . . .” then set “HDMI Control” to “On” (page 52). . The player is connected to an input device that is not HDCPcompliant (the HDMI indicator on the front panel does not light up). . . For details on the HDMI Control function. The player cannot play certain discs (page 6). . . . . . . Multi-lingual tracks are not recorded on the BD/DVD being played. . . The disc is turned over. .” . Try the following: 1Turn the player off and on again. . . The distance between the remote and the player is too far. . even though the aspect ratio is set in “TV Type” under “Video Setup. Slowmotion Play. The BD/DVD prohibits the changing of subtitles. The player can only display numbers and alphabet. . The power does not turn on. press x on the player (not the remote) repeatedly until the tray opens. . There are obstacles between the remote and the player. or if power failure occurs. . Depending on the disc. you may not be able to do some of the operations above. . . . . Refer to the operating manual that comes with the disc. . . . Operation The remote does not function. 3Disconnect and then reconnect the HDMI cord. Check the connection to your TV (page 10) and switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the player appears on the TV screen. . . . The sound volume is low on some BDs/DVDs. . . 69 • Index .” . . . Try the following: 1Turn the player off and on again. . The disc tray does not open and “LOCK” appears on the front panel display. The file name is not correctly displayed. . The JPEG image file has the extension “. Turn on the player. The image does not fit the screen (the image is reduced). The DATA DVD is not recorded in a JPEG format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). . . Re-connect the connecting cord securely. . . . the copy-protection signal applied to some BD/DVD programs could affect picture quality. The connecting cord is damaged. .) . . . . . . . Sound There is no sound. The batteries in the remote are weak (page 16). The sound volume may improve if you adjust the “Audio Control” setting in “A/V Control” (page 27). Check the connected component’s setting for the HDMI Control function. 58 • GNU License Information . 2Turn the connected equipment off and on again. . . . changing the video output resolution may solve the problem (page 46). . hold down x on the front panel. . . . . Resume play mode is on (page 20). Depending on the disc. The DATA DVD is not recorded in the MP3 format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). HDMI HD FL OFF Power a When the power is on. . . See also “The photo file cannot be played” or “The MP3 audio track file cannot be played” (page 55). unplug the player.” . Refer to the operating instructions of the component for details. . . . . etc. . The sound is not output correctly. the video and audio may be momentarily interrupted at the point where the layers switch. * “Design rule for Camera File system”: Image standards for digital cameras regulated by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association). .” but is not in JPEG format. . . . . . . . . . The player is in scan mode. . . . Press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly until the picture appears correctly. The subtitle language cannot be changed or turned off. . .1CH OUTPUT jacks are used for audio connection. Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 21). .. The data is not MPEG-1 Audio Layer III data. . . . Characters other than numbers and English alphabet are contained in the file name. . . 66 • Specifications . . . . The data is not MPEG-1 Audio Layer III data. 67 • Language Code List . 2Turn the connected equipment off and on again. . . consult your nearest Sony dealer (For customers in the USA only). set “HDMI Control” to “Off. . The player is in pause mode or in Slow-motion Play mode. Repeat Play. The file has an extension other than “. . . . . . . . . . causes the player to operate abnormally. . . . . The disc tray does not open and you cannot remove the disc even after you press Z. .JPEG” or “. . 15). The dark area of the picture is too dark/the bright area is too bright or unnatural. The disc does not start playing from the beginning. . connect and disconnect the power cord. The BD/DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the sound track. The audio track file does not have the extension “. . . . Insert the disc with the playback side facing down. The JPEG image file format does not conform to DCF* (page 41). . . The photo file format does not conform to DCF* (page 41). . . 68 • Parental Control Country/Area Code List . Multi-lingual subtitles are not recorded on the BD/DVD being played. While playing discs with an auto pause signal. .” even when the player is connected to a progressive or HD TV using a component cord or an HDMI cord. The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI device (DVI jacks do not accept audio signals). .MP3. . Check that the power cord is connected securely. . . changing the output resolution may solve the problem (page 46). The photo file cannot be played (page 40). .096 (height) in normal mode. . . . the player stops playback at the auto pause signal. check the HDMI connection (page 11. . the picture quality may be poor when the VIDEO FORMAT setting is set to other than “480i. Set “HDMI Control” to “On” (page 52). . Moisture has condensed inside the player (page 3). Press VIDEO FORMAT repeatedly until the picture appears correctly. 60 • Glossary . . . Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 21). . . . . . If the audio signal does not come through the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL)/HDMI OUT jack. . The disc does not play. Multi-angles are not recorded on the BD/DVD being played. . 3Disconnect and then connect the HDMI cord again. . . . .096 (width) × 4. . The equipment connected to the HDMI OUT jack does not conform to the audio signal format.JPG” or “. . The player starts playing the disc automatically. . The player cannot play audio tracks in mp3PRO format. .” . When playing a double-layer DVD. Search. . The image is larger than 4. . The HDMI Control function does not work. . . The aspect ratio of the disc is fixed on your BD/DVD. . . The disc is dirty or flawed. . Hold down \/1 on the player for more than five seconds until the indicators on the front panel display turn off. and press @/1. . . The movie file size exceeds 2 GB. . . There is no picture or picture noise appears when connected to the HDMI OUT jack. . . Check that the power cord of the connected component is connected securely. . . . The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the player. etc). * “Design rule for Camera File system”: Image standards for digital cameras regulated by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association). See page 11. . The player does not accept any button. The disc is skewed. . the input characters may be displayed differently. . . . check the audio settings (page 47). . If the HDMI OUT jack or the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks are used for video output. . . The data is not formatted properly even though it has the extension “. . 54 • Self-Diagnosis Function . No sound is output from the HDMI OUT jack . . . . The disc is dirty or flawed. . . . . If the HDMI indicator on the front panel does not light up. . See page 45. . Adjust each picture setting for “Memory” in “Video Control” to midpoint (default) (page 28). The language for the soundtrack cannot be changed. If you still experience problems even when you connect your player directly to your TV. . Some functions such as Stop. . . or Random Play cannot be performed. Make sure that the connected component is compatible with the HDMI Control function. . If you change the HDMI connection. . The disc is dirty or flawed. @/1 x Additional Information If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the player. As soon as “POWER ON” appears on the front panel display. . .MP3. . When “HDMI Control” is set to “On” (page 52). . . . . “UNPLAYABLE” appears when playing a DATA DVD. . .Resetting the Player Troubleshooting You can return all of the player settings to their factory defaults. . The MP3 audio track/JPEG image file you want to play/view is damaged. . . The player cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized (page 6). . 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Raymond THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”. a copy protection technology for digital entertainment contents for HDMI. while discs created in VR (Video Recording) mode allow the contents to be programmed or edited.png” (98x31). allowing for a realistic audio presence.1 see http://www. movie. Additional Information Progressive format Compared to the Interlace format that alternately shows every other line of an image (field) to create one frame. 2000.2. and MPEG-2 TS (Transport Stream) for digital broadcasts and other communications. are Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson. libpng versions 0. the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose.264 format is capable of compressing images at higher efficiency than that of the conventional image compression format. OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.png” and “pngbar. OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE. OR URW++ GMBH. including high-definition content. Supplied accessories HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDMI is an interface that supports both video and audio on a single digital connection. exemplary. DVDs created in Video mode have the same format as a DVD VIDEO.sourceforge. 17 GB.net December 3. WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.). or consequential damages. and the Dolby Digital or Linear PCM is used to compress audio data.1CH OUTPUT: Phono jack/2 Vrms/10 kilohms HDMI OUT: HDMI 19-pin standard connector COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y.) 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Good channel separation is realized because all of the channel data is recorded discretely and little deterioration occurs because all channel data processing is digital. and for storing large amounts of data. The HDMI connection carries standard to high definition video signals and multi-channel audio signals to AV components such as HDMI equipped TVs. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM. Depending on the disc. available in the same capacities as the BD below. specifically permit. Inc. libpng version 1.1 multi-channel surround sound. This software is based in part on zlib see http:// www. are Copyright (c) 1998. Inc.0 Vp-p. This software is based in part on Intel License see http://www. special. and DTS 96/ 24. DVD+RW (page 5) A DVD+RW (read “plus RW”) is a recordable and rewritable disc. The shadow utilities license This software is copyright 1988 . the Pro Logic process outputs the front. The HDMI specification supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents Protection). See page 9. A “png_get_copyright” function is available. INCIDENTAL. these discs have enhanced features such as interactive content. assume no liability for direct.jpg (88x31) and “pngnow. WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE. TORT OR OTHERWISE. and are distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0. When the input signal contains a surround component.. in digital form without degradation. 1997 Andreas Dilger Distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0. through 0. no chapters may be recorded. without fee. Inc. There is no warranty that our efforts or the library will fulfill any of your particular purposes or needs. menu operations using pop-up menus (see below). The pop-up menu appears when MENU is pressed during playback.97. ARISING FROM. The variable rate coding technology that changes the data to be allocated according to the status of the picture is adopted for reproducing high-quality pictures. DISCLAIMER. DTS-HD (page 48) Chapter (page 25) Sections of a picture or a music feature that are smaller than titles. the audio signals can be downmixed to 5. General Power requirements: 120 V AC. Audio information is recorded in a multi-channel format. Permission is hereby granted to use. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM. ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. Julianne Frances Haugh. Inc. BD-R TinyLogin This software is copyright 1988 . etc. Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) (page 47) Audio signal processing technology that Dolby Laboratories developed for surround sound. EXEMPLARY. Bitstream Vera is a trademark of Bitstream. The MPEG-4 AVC/H. text.0 Vp-p/PB.png_get_copyright(NULL)). projecting parts Mass (approx. and can be operated while playback is in progress. and the odd numbered field shows the odd numbered lines of an image. WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT.) Japanese (ja) English (en) French (fr) German (de) Italian (it) Spanish (es) Dutch (nl) Russian (ru) Chinese (zh) Korean (ko) Greek (el) Afar (aa) Abkhazian (ab) Afrikaans (af) Amharic (am) Arabic (ar) Assamese (as) Aymara (ay) Azerbaijani (az) Bashkir (ba) Byelorussian (be) Bulgarian (bg) Bihari (bh) Bislama (bi) Bengali (bn) Tibetan (bo) Breton (br) Catalan (ca) Corsican (co) Czech (cs) Welsh (cy) Danish (da) Code 1001 0514 0618 0405 0920 0519 1412 1821 2608 1115 0512 0101 0102 0106 0113 0118 0119 0125 0126 0201 0205 0207 0208 0209 0214 0215 0218 0301 0315 0319 0325 0401 0426 0515 0520 0521 0601 0609 0610 0615 0625 0701 0704 0712 0714 0721 0801 Language (abbr.DISCLAIMED. accuracy. 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Outputs (Jack name: Jack type/Output level/ Load impedance) AUDIO OUT L/R: Phono jack/2 Vrms/10 kilohms DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL): Optical output jack/–18 dBm (wave length 660 nm) DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL): Phono jack/0. which also encompasses DTS Digital Surround. without limitation. A single layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 25 GB. January 1998. The rear channel is stereo and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in this format. The re-recordable feature makes extensive editing and timeshifting applications possible. Bhutani (dz) Esperanto (eo) Estonian (et) Basque (eu) Persian (fa) Finnish (fi) Fiji (fj) Faroese (fo) Frisian (fy) Irish (ga) Scots-Gaelic (gd) Galician (gl) Guarani (gn) Gujarati (gu) Hausa (ha) 67 68 1-16 .2. INCIDENTAL. even if advised of the possibility of such damage. and a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 50 GB of data. which may result from the use of the PNG Reference Library. INDIRECT.6. 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12. 47. Numerics 5. 52 I Interlace format 67 69 70 1-17 . 66 P “Parental Control” 50 “Photos” 40 POP UP/MENU 25 Pro Logic 14.) Argentina (ar) Australia (au) Austria (at) Belgium (be) Brazil (br) Canada (ca) Chile (cl) China (cn) Denmark (dk) Finland (fi) France (fr) Germany (de) Hong Kong (hk) India (in) Indonesia (id) Italy (it) Japan (jp) Korea. Area (abbr. 51 SUBTITLE 24 Additional Information 0914 0904 0920 1016 1118 1325 1324 1412 1426 1415 1611 1608 1620 1821 1907 0519 0308 1905 2023 2008 0702 2119 C CD 5 Chapter 66 Color buttons 24 Connecting the audio cords 12 the video cords 10 T Title 67 Title List 22 TOP MENU 25 Troubleshooting 54 “TV Type” 45 D DIMMER 24 Disc Information 26 DISPLAY 24 Display front panel display 59 Dolby Digital 14. 66 Progressive format 67 R Region code 7 Remote 16. 66 DTS 47. 21.1CH OUTPUT 14. 18.Parental Control Country/Area Code List For details. 17. 66 Dolby Digital Plus 48. see pages 50 and 52. 45. 24 Resetting the Player 53 B Batteries 16 Blu-ray Disc 5. Republic of (kr) Malaysia (my) Mexico (mx) Netherlands (nl) New Zealand (nz) Norway (no) Pakistan (pk) Philippines (ph) Portugal (pt) Russian Federation (ru) Singapore (sg) Spain (es) Switzerland (ch) Sweden (se) Taiwan (tw) Thailand (th) United Kingdom (gb) United States of America (us) Code 0118 0121 0120 0205 0218 0301 0312 0314 0411 0609 0618 0405 0811 Index L “Language” 49 M “Memory” 28 “Movies” 32 MPEG 32 “Music” 36 Words in quotations appear in the onscreen displays. 47. 34. 42 “Setup” 22 Setup Displays 44 “Slideshow” 41 “Speaker Setup” 51 “Speakers” 12. 38. 51 O “Options” 52 A “A/V Control” 22 AACS 66 ANGLE 24 AUDIO 24 “Audio Control” 27 “Audio Output Mode” 51 “Audio Setup” 47 AVCHD 6. 47. 66 “DTS Downmix” 47 DTS-HD 48. 67 HDMI Control 11. 66 ‘BRAVIA’ Theatre Sync 11 S Searching 26. 66 Dolby TrueHD 48. 66 DVD VIDEO 66 DVD+R 67 DVD+RW 67 DVD-R 67 DVD-RW 67 U Usable discs 5 V Video based software 67 “Video Control” 28 “Video Setup” 45 E Easy Setup 18 F Film based software 67 Front panel display 59 H HDMI 11.

MEMO 1-18E .

BDP-S300/S301 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
2-1. DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

2-1-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET

2-1-2. UPPER CASE (Page 2-1)

2-1-3. TRAY COVER ASSY (Page 2-2)

2-1-5. MAIN BOARD (Page 2-3)

2-1-6. AU-258 BOARD (Page 2-3)

2-1-7. POWER BLOCK (Page 2-4)

2-1-4. BD DRIVE (SERVICE USE) (Page 2-2)

Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-1-2. UPPER CASE

3 upper case

1 tapping screw 2 three screws

1 tapping screw

2-1

2-1-3. TRAY COVER ASSY
1 Insert a clip in the hole of a drive and open a tray.

4 tray cover assy

2

3 two claws

2-1-4. BD DRIVE (SERVICE USE)
5 two screws

5 two screws

8 BD drive (service use)

6

7 connector 1 three claws

4 two screws

3 connector

2 front panel assy

1 three claws

2-2

2-1-5. MAIN BOARD
8 six screws (BV3)

4 connector

9 MAIN board

5 two connectors 1 harness (MBD-003)

6 four screws (BV3)

7 screw (P3)

2 connector 3 connector

2-1-6. AU-258 BOARD
3 four screws (BV3)

1 connector 5 AU-258 board 2 three screws (BV3)

2-3

2-1-7. POWER BLOCK
1 two connectors 2 connector

3 five screws (BV3)

4 power block

2-1-8. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

AU-258 board MAIN board

FL-176 board

power block

FR-271 board

2-4

3 tray cover assy 2 4 two claws 2-5 .2-2. 2-2-1. TRAY COVER ASSY 1 Insert a clip in the hole of a drive and open a tray. REASSEMBLY • This set can be assembled in the order shown below. UPPER CASE 1 upper case 3 tapping screw 2 three screws 3 tapping screw 2-2-2.

BD DRIVE (SERVICE USE) 4 two screws 4 two screws 1 BD drive (service use) 3 2 connector 8 three claws 5 two screws 6 connector 7 front panel assy 8 three claws 2-2-4.2-2-3. MAIN BOARD 2 six screws (BV3) 7 connector 1 MAIN board 6 two connectors 9 harness (MBD-003) 3 four screws (BV3) 4 screw (P3) 5 connector 8 connector 2-6 .

FR-271 BOARD 1 FL-176 board 2 two screws 5 flexible flat cable (FLR-011) 4 two screws 3 FR-271 board 2-2-6. FL-176 BOARD.2-2-5. DC FAN 1 DC fan 3 connector 2 two screws 2-7 .

MEMO 2-8E .

BDP-S300/S301 SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1. MAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM AUDIO (SEE PAGE 3-3) DAC_XCS_2 DAC_XRST DAC_MDO DAC_MDI DAC_MC DAC_XCS_1 DAC_MUT ADATA5_0 ADATA5_2 ADATA5_1 XMMUTE 24 23 16 15 14 13 12 18 20 21 22 26 27 1 CN5701 MAIN BOARD (DB-BMB102) 128MByte DDR 512Mbit 256MByte DDR 512Mbit DRAM1 DRAM0 I2S CN1802 BD-ROM DRIVE (BDV-102SO) ATAPI Parallel Flash 512Mbit DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL SPDIF1 COAXIAL 27MHz BD PLAYER PROCESSOR 1K EEPROM I2C VIDEO OUT CVBS/Y/C VIDEO DRIVER VIDEO S VIDEO COMPONENT VIDEO OUT CN3501 LED_PON FLDATA FLCLK FLSTB LED_FL_OFF LED_HDMI LED_HD LED_Blue 7 27 29 26 21 20 19 5 Y/Cb/Cr VIDEO BUFFER Y PB PR FIP/LED SPIDF0 I2S VOUT 24bit HDMI OUT HDMI Tx FL/FR (SEE PAGE 3-5) KEY0 KEY1 3 23 KEY Sub Microcomputer I2C MODEL 1 4 CN6701 FAN IR 1 05 3-1 3-2 2 XAMUTE ALRCK ABCLK MCLK .

12 Q008 SW Q011 SW Q007 SW Q006 SW 05 3-3 3-4 .18 IC010 AMP DAC_XCS_2 DAC_XRST DAC_MDO DAC_MDI CN001 DAC_XCS_2 DAC_XCS_2 24 DAC_XRST DAC_XRST 23 DAC_MDO DAC_MDO 16 DAC_MDI DAC_MDI 15 DAC_MC DAC_MC 14 DAC_XCS_1 DAC_XCS_1 13 DAC_MUT DAC_MUT 12 DAC_MC DAC_MUT 28 X-MS 6 X-RST 25 MDO 26 MDI 27 MC 4 MUTE 23 DZFL 22 DZFR 28 X-MS 6 X-RST 25 MDO 26 MDI 27 MC 4 MUTE 3 2 + – + – 1 J001 CENTER WOOFER Aout R+ 13 23 DZFL 22 DZFR Aout R+ 13 Q022 MUTE Q023 MUTE L Aout R.1CH OUTPUT Q020 MUTE Q021 MUTE MAIN (SEE PAGE 3-2) L FRONT 28 X-MS 6 X-RST 25 MDO 26 MDI 27 MC 4 MUTE XAMUTE 2 Q003 MUTE DRIVE Q017 SW Q015 SW Q014 SW 23 DZFL A out R+ 13 Q018 MUTE Q019 MUTE 22 DZFR Aout R.12 MCLK ABCLK ADATA 5_0 ALRCK ADATA 5_2 ADATA 5_1 18 20 21 22 26 27 MCLK 9 10 4 5 1 2 Q009 SW DAC_XCS_1 Q013 SW IC004 GATE XMMUTE 1 Q001 MUTE DRIVE 8 6 3 DAC_XRST DAC_MDO DAC_MDI DAC_MC DAC_MUT ADATA 5_2 ADATA 5_1 MCLK ABCLK ADATA 5_0 ALRCK ADATA5_0 ALRCK ABCLK 3 DATA R 1 LRCK 2 BICK 5 MCLK IC006 AUDIO DAC Aout L.12 R REAR 5.18 ADATA5_1 ALRCK ABCLK MCLK IC011 AMP DAC_XCS_2 DAC_XRST DAC_MDO DAC_MDI 1 DAC_MC DAC_MUT 3 DATA 1 LRCK 2 BICK 5 MCLK IC007 AUDIO DAC 6 – Aout L+ 17 5 3 2 + 7 Aout L. AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM AU-258 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-5) ADATA5_2 ALRCK ABCLK MCLK 3 DATA 1 LRCK 2 BICK 5 MCLK IC008 AUDIO DAC 6 – Aout L+ 17 5 + 7 Aout L.BDP-S300/S301 3-2.18 IC009 AMP 6 – Aout L+ 17 5 + 7 J003 L R 3 2 + – 1 AUDIO OUT Aout R.

LED_PON LED_1 POWER 3 (SEE PAGE 3-11) > X x H LED_FL_OFF 10 5 LED_FL_OFF 7 Q604 LED DRIVE Q602 LED DRIVE Q603 LED DRIVE D605 FL OFF MAIN (SEE PAGE 3-1) LED_HDMI 11 6 LED_HDMI 6 D603 HDMI LED_HD 12 7 LED_HD 5 D604 HD LED_Blue LED_Blue 26 +5V 9 3 Q600 LED DRIVE IC601 REMOTO COMMANDER RECEIVER D601 (LED_Blue) MODEL 1 27 IR 30 2 IR 10 1 OUT 05 3-5 3-6 .BDP-S300/S301 3-3. FL/FR BLOCK DIAGRAM FL-176 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-13) IC100 FL DRIVE ND100 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE 7 DIN SEG1 | SEG16 14 | 29 S(1)-(16) 8 CLK GRID2 41 | | GRID12 31 COM(1)-(11) 9 STB CN100 LED_PON FLDATA FLCLK FLSTB KEY 0 24 4 2 5 28 S100 FR-271 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-17) CN101 3 KEY0 CN600 9 S600 1 KEY1 KEY1 A 8 4 8 S601 S602 S603 S604 S605 .

5V P_ON Sub Microcomputer CN5701 4 6 10 V–12A V+12A V+3D POWER 2 (SEE PAGE 3-9) 1 1 ~AC IN AC INLET CN102 FU101 1. 2 CN203 SW+12V 1 SW+12V BD-ROM DRIVE (BDV-102SO) CN3501 16 V+5FL POWER 3 (SEE PAGE 3-11) SW+5V 4 SW+5V 05 3-7 3-8 .5V P_ON CN6051 SW+12V (A) SW-12V (A) EV+6V 3.BDP-S300/S301 3-4. 7 2 6. 4 SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT SW+5V 4 SW+5V CN201 SW+12V (A) 11 SW-12V (A) 9 EV+6V 6 SW+1. 4 SW+1. 7 4 11 9 6 3. POWER 1 BLOCK DIAGRAM POWER BLOCK CN202 SW+12V SW+3V MAIN BOARD (DB-BMB102) CN6002 SW+12V SW+3V 2 6.

POWER 2 BLOCK DIAGRAM AU-258 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-5) V-12A CN001 4 Q002 B.SWITCH IC001 -9V REG.BDP-S300/S301 3-5. POWER 1 (SEE PAGE 3-8) V+12A 6 Q004 B+ SWITCH V+3D 10 Q005 SWITCH IC009 AMP IC010 AMP IC011 AMP IC002 +9V REG. IC008 AUDIO DAC IC007 AUDIO DAC IC006 AUDIO DAC IC004 GATE 05 3-9 3-10 . IC003 +5V REG.

105 DC-DC CONVERTER F1 F2 ND100 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE Q101. POWER 3 BLOCK DIAGRAM FL-176 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-13) FR-271 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-17) POWER 1 (SEE PAGE 3-8) V+5FL CN100 15 CN101 8 V+5E 4 CN600 IC601 REMOTO COMMANDER RECEIVER D601 (LED Blue) IC100 FL DRIVE VEE 30 D603 HDMI D604 HD D605 FL OFF Q103 B+ SWITCH F100 T100.102 SWITCHING D100 LED_PON Q100 SW FL/FR (SEE PAGE 3-5) LED_1 05 3-11 3-12E .BDP-S300/S301 3-6. Q104.

5V GND EV+6V GND A GND SW-12V (A) A GND SW+12V (A) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 CN201 11P P_ON GND SW+1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 JA4101 VIDEO OUT VIDEO BDP-S300/S301 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 A J001 5.5V SW+1.1CH OUTPUT J003 AUDIO OUT L CENTER REAR L FRONT L DIGITAL OUT JA5502 OPTICAL JA5501 COAXIAL JA4201 COMPONENT VIDEO OUT S VIDEO CN4501 4 Y 3 HDMI OUT FAN AC-Inlet AC-259 HARNESS 2 N CN6002 8P GND SW+12V GND SW+5V GND SW+3V SW+3V GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 CN202 8P GND SW+12V GND SW+5V GND SW+3V SW+3V GND B PB PR 2 1 R 2 1 CN001 27P XMMUTE XAMUTE GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 CN5701 XMMUTE XAMUTE GND V-12A GND V+12A GND V+6E GND V+3D GND DAC_MUT DAC_XCS_1 DAC_MC DAC_MDI DAC_MDO GND MCLK GND ABCLK ADATA5_0 ALARCK DAC_XRST DAC_XCS_2 ADATA5_3 ADATA5_2 ADATA5_1 27P C V-12A GND V+12A GND V+6E GND V+3D GND CN6701 PM-138 HARNESS 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D AU-258 BOARD DAC_MUT DAC_XCS_1 DAC_MC DAC_MDI DAC_MDO GND MCLK GND E ABCLK ADATA5_0 ALRCK DAC_XRST DAC_XCS_2 ADATA5_3 ADATA5_2 ADATA5_1 MAIN BOARD (DB-BMB102) CN6051 11P P_ON GND SW+1.5V GND EV+6V GND A GND SW-12V (A) A GND SW+12V (A) PM-139 HARNESS 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 B TO B F PBD-003 G HARNESS CN203 1 2 3 4 4P SW+12V(W) GND GND SW+5V(W) H CN1802 40P 30P LED_FL_OFF LED_DDHD LED_HDMI POWER BLOCK LED_P ON LED_Blue LED_IOE MODEL1 V+13SW LED_HD FL-29V FLDC+ V+5FL FLDCKEY0 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 CN3501 LED_LAN FLDATA FLCLK FLSTB KEY1 GND GND GND I 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 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 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MBD-003 HARNESS 37 38 39 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 36 40 10 11 12 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 3 2 SW+5V(W) SW+12V(W) GND GND 1 8 CN100 30P 9 LED_FL_OFF LED_DDHD LED_HDMI LED_LAN FLDATA LED_HD FLCLK FLSTB KEY1 GND GND GND 4P FML-003 FFC 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 LED_P ON LED_Blue LED_IOE FL-29V V+13SW MODEL1 V+5FL FLDC- FLDC+ KEY0 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND IR 1 IR J FR-271 BOARD CN101 11P GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 10 9 8 7 CN600 11P GND IR KEY0 KEY1 LED_FL_OFF LED_HDMI LED_HD V+5E LED_Blue GND GND IR KEY0 KEY1 LED_FL_OFF LED_HDMI LED_HD V+5E LED_Blue GND K BD-ROM DRIVE (BDV-102SO) FL-176 BOARD FLR-011 FFC 6 5 4 3 2 1 L GND M 05 4-2 4-1 FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CN101 2P GND 2P V++ L 1 WOOFER R R .5V SW+1.SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-1.

please include the board name. Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. • Readings are taken with a digital multimeter (DC 10MΩ). MΩ=1000kΩ. the necessary note is printed in each block) (For printed wiring boards) • b: Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • U : B+ Line • V : B– Line • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B. unless otherwise noted. • There are few cases that the part printed on diagram isn’t mounted in this model. • C : adjustment for repair. • 2 : nonflammable resistor • 5 : fusible resistor • C : panel designation • f : internal component. • Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Replace only with part number specified. • Voltages are dc between measurement point. When indicating parts by reference number. pF : µµF.BDP-S300/S301 THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this. Note: Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. NOTE 4-3 4-4 . Transistor Diode C 6 5 4 4 5 6 4 5 1 2 3 3 3 B E 1 2 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 (For schematic diagrams) • All capacitors are in µ F unless otherwise noted. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor. 50V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. (The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) • Through hole is omitted. 1/4 W (Chip resistors : 1 /10 W) un-less otherwise specified. • Caution when replacing chip parts. because it is damaged by the heat. • All resistors are in ohms. kΩ=1000Ω. • Chip parts. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce por tant le numéro spécifié. • Readings are taken with a color-bar signals on Blu-ray disc.

: AU-258 board.5% C126 0.8k 0.3k 0.5% 0 0 C087 470p MC C118 0.1 R145 47k 0.5% R146 47k 0.5% R093 1.1 Q003 MUN2213T1 MUTE DRIVE C002 1000 16V Q006 DTC124TKA-T146 SWITCH 0.3 5.SWITCH BC003 47 25V -14.4 5.8k R084 0.5% C095 470p C083 XX E ADATA5_3 ADATA5_2 ADATA5_1 C042 0.8 Q009 MSB709-RT1 SWITCH R042 XX R040 XX (Center) C145 XX D009 XX (Sub) O 0.1CH OUTPUT 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .5% C109 0.5% C065 XX C071 1500p 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 B- 18 B+ 3.1 1.9 0 9 B+ 0.1 IC002 -9 O G C019 470 16V IC007 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 OUT VCC -IN R024 220k C006 47 25V C008 0.1 D004 XX C017 0.8k 0.1 0 C036 39 16V GND V-12A GND V+12A GND V+6E 3 B4 5 B+ 6 7 B+ 8 9 B+ B+ R066 R060 R054 R050 XX XX XX XX C049 0.5% C140 100p R173 470 0.1 B- XX 0 AUDIO DAC VCOM DGND MCLK MUTE IC008 R150 47k 0.1 R046 XX R044 XX C101 XX C115 R135 680 0.1 1.7 5 6 7 8 L REAR R C141 100p D013 XX CENTER G R017 10k -14.3 0 0 0 R177 0 R176 0 13 12 11 10 9 8 GATE IC004 SN74LVC08APWR R058 0.3 R005 XX R027 XX R010 XX Q017 MUN2213T1 SWITCH R041 XX R043 XX R045 XX R047 XX R048 XX VCC C VCC L X_MS MDI MDO MSEL DZFR DZFL MC OUT VCC -IN Q007 DTC124TKA-T146 SWITCH 0 5 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 6 7 8 IC005 XX AGND F IC012 XX D010 XX X_RST VCC R VCOM DGND -VCC MCLK MUTE LRCK DATA OUT BICK VDD R123 XX C146 XX +IN 4 3 2 -IN 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 P R124 XX C090 XX C102 XX C091 XX C111 XX R151 XX R091 XX C103 XX R152 XX R127 XX R128 XX C092 XX C104 XX C132 XX C136 XX R148 XX R174 XX Q025 XX R160 XX R126 XX C070 XX C076 XX Q R092 XX SIGNAL PATH R Q010 XX 05 R037 XX R049 100 AUDIO SIGNAL Q016 XX R039 XX C025 XX C029 C026 XX XX C031 XX C039 XX C059 XX R125 3.3k 0.3 1.5% XX C129 47 63V C135 XX Q024 XX R159 XX R164 XX J002 XX 11. 0.5% AMP IC011 NJM4580MD-(TE2) C128 47 63V R141 470 0.1 C058 10 50V C063 2.7 3.1 B+ R165 470 0.7k 5.3 1.1 R096 1.1 XX IC007 PCM1791ADBR AOUTRAOUTL+ X_MS AGND R AOUTL- MSEL DZFR AGND L MDO AOUTR+ AGND C DZFL MDI VCC F VCC L VCC C D003 1SS355TE-17 C099 C110 AGND F X_RST VCC R LRCK VDD 12 C004 47 25V R012 10k 12.1 BR056 XX R052 XX R068 XX R062 XX R085 1.5% C097 XX R112 680 0.9 L R059 XX R065 XX 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 R133 3.5% CN001 27P B+ B+ C093 C119 47 63V R137 470 0. 7 8 BB+ R103 R081 1.5% C074 1500p R117 680 0.1 R149 47k 0.1 R029 47k Q014 MUN2213T1 SWITCH 11.3 3.8 11.7 1.1 IC003 +5V REG.5% C085 470p C121 47 63V R139 470 0.1 0 0 0 0 R143 47k 0.4 5.7 1.5% 0 R155 4.5 I COM R023 100k O -9.5% C114 1.8 0 C028 XX C027 XX C030 XX C038 XX R089 XX R090 XX C069 XX C075 XX R121 XX C089 XX R122 XX C131 XX R147 XX R172 XX N 3.5% C100 XX C122 47 63V R140 470 0.8k 0.7 3. : Uses unleaded solder.1 3 Q001 MUN2213T1 MUTE DRIVE R020 10k +IN AGND R AOUTL- AOUTRAOUTL+ VCC F AGND L AOUTR+ AGND C 3.5% C021 XX 0.5% C124 0.8k 0.8 12.1 0 R138 470 0.5% C096 XX C120 47 63V R171 470 0.4 2.4 5.7 R169 470 0.3 1.3 1.3 1.5% MC MDI 4 C107 470p 3 2 1 Q023 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE R158 4.5% R094 1.7 DATA BICK +9V REG.4 Q005 MSD601-RST1 SWITCH -13.4 5.1 B+ +IN 0.7 1.3 3.5 B0 C127 0.7 3.5% R110 3.2 C078 XX C080 1500p C108 470p C054 0.1 OUT +IN -IN R132 3.9 0.3 0 0 0 C024 XX C046 39 16V IC011 C047 0.1 C144 100p D016 XX 0 0 R142 470 0.3k 0.8 C148 1 R032 10k 11.5% J003 L AUDIO OUT R B+ 0.3 3.5% C137 100p D007 XX +IN -IN OUT IC006 PCM1791ADBR AOUTRAOUTL+ AOUTR+ AGND C AGND R AOUTL- X_MS MSEL DZFR AGND L MDI MC MDO DZFL VCC F VCC L VCC C OUT +IN AGND F GND DAC_MUT MAIN BOARD (DB-BMB102) CN5701 DAC_XCS_1 DAC_MC DAC_MDI DAC_MDO 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 R014 XX X_RST VCC R VCOM DGND MCLK MUTE LRCK DATA BICK -9.5% R082 1.3 3.5% 0.7 1.5% C066 XX B+ C072 1500p C084 470p R166 470 0.3 R021 47k 0.5% 0 R008 XX IC002 NJM78M09DL1A(TE1) L001 XX IC003 NJM78M05DL1A-TE1 B+ 12.1 C018 470 16V R115 3.7 R083 1.3 3.8 BL002 XX IC001 NJM79M09DL1A-TE1 -14.4 1.1 Q12 XX C150 XX R033 XX 0 3.3k 0.5% B+ C116 0.1 Q015 MUN2213T1 SWITCH 11.8 Q013 R034 10k MSB709-RT1 11.3 3.5 B- 0 D GND MCLK GND ABCLK ADATA5_0 ALRCK DAC_XRST DAC_XCS_2 C041 0.5% Q020 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE WOOFER -9.1 C053 0.7 0 R156 4.9 0 AUDIO DAC R015 XX VDD IC006 R001 XX R051 XX R055 XX 4 3 2 -IN V+3D 10 -VCC C GND 28 B+ 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 VCC R144 47k 0.8k 0.3 1.3k 0.3k PB 4-5 4-6 ANALOG AUDIO AU-258 5.000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE C081 XX 470p R104 680 0.1 1.7 R157 4.5% AGND F X_RST VCC R VDD -9.5% B+ R108 680 0.1 -VCC R019 10k R030 XX C009 0.4 1.4 5.1 R018 22 R178 100 XX 19 C033 47 25V R067 XX R072 XX R061 XX B+ C056 10 50V C062 2.8 -9 Q008 C147 1 R031 10k 11.7 3.6 I O G 5.5% C138 100p D008 XX 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IC009 AMP IC009 NJM4580MD-(TE2) Q019 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE R154 4.2 C035 B+ B- I R175 0 D001 DAN202K-T-146 B+ R057 XX B+ R053 XX 0 J 3.1 5.1 0.9 VCC 3Y 3A 3B 4Y 4A 4B B+ K 3.8 -14.1 5.1 R071 XX C044 XX M R028 10k R075 XX R079 XX B+ R080 100 C061 10 50V C064 2.3k 0.8 R035 10k MSB709-RT1 SWITCH C045 47 25V C048 0.5% Q022 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE C143 100p D015 XX 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 -VCC AGND R AOUTL- AOUTRAOUTL+ AOUTR+ AGND C IC008 PCM1791ADBR AGND L VCC C X_MS MDO MSEL DZFR DZFL VCC F VCC L B+ C005 0.9 IC004 R064 0 9 5 6 7 8 OUT VCC +IN 3.7 1.NO.5% D012 XX J001 L FRONT R F R086 1.5% R168 470 0.5% R106 3.8k 0.1 1.7k R162 100k R113 680 0.2 1.5% 0.5% C079 1500p R131 680 0.8k 0.7 1.1 D011 XX C139 100p C022 XX BR013 XX Q002 2SD1781K-T146-QR B. VCOM DGND MCLK MUTE C007 47 25V B+ AUDIO DAC 4 3 2 1 OUT +IN -IN C016 0. 1.9 0.5% C068 XX R088 1.5% 22 23 24 25 26 27 R003 R006 R004 R016 XX XX 22 XX B+ R002 100 C037 39 16V R022 0 R077 100 1.5% 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 AU-258 BOARD A AUDIO -REF.9 0.7k 0.8k 0.7k R161 100k R170 470 0.1 C060 0.4 3.5% R095 1.3 5.1 0.3k 0.5% R087 1.5 C134 0.3 3.3k 0.1 C057 0.1 1.6 I B+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 R116 680 0.4 1.1 B XMMUTE 1 R105 680 0.5% R074 R070 XX XX XX XX C112 XX C105 470p B+ C133 0.3k 0.7k C142 100p D014 XX H 1.8k 0.3k 0.7 3.1 C015 0.1 R129 3.3 3.5% LRCK DATA BICK B+ B+ R134 680 0.8 C149 1 11.1 5.5% R114 3.9 0.5% Q021 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE R167 470 0.1 R036 10k 0 11.9 C086 470p C098 XX IC010 0 9 AMP IC010 NJM4580MD-(TE2) 0.1 C050 0.3 3.1 C052 0.1 C020 47 25V B+ C023 XX R078 100 C034 XX 47 25V C043 0.1 C055 0.1 R107 3.1 0 0 -IN C130 XX C123 0.2 R109 680 0.7 1.3k 0.3 3.4 Q004 2SB1561T100Q B+ SWITCH 2.9 0.1 0.5% C106 470p C113 XX R130 680 0.3k 0. B+ R007 22 R063 XX R069 XX B+ R073 XX B+ B+ B+ B+ C010 0.5% B- D002 1SS355TE-17 IC001 -9V REG.1 1.4 -14.000 series – • 1 2 3 4 5 6 BDP-S300/S301 • See page 4-7 for printed wiring board.5% C067 XX C073 1500p R111 3.5% 0 B+ 11.1 C088 470p R118 3.1 5 6 7 8 C117 0.4 R009 22 B+ B+ 2.5% C125 0.8k 0.9 B+ 12. No.1 SWITCH R038 10k 0 Q011 DTC124TKA-T146 SWITCH 0. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AU-258 (ANALOG AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – Ref.8k 0.7k R163 100k C077 XX GND 2Y 2B 2A 1Y 1B 1A 0.4 R011 10k -13.:1.1 0 0. • See page 2-4 for circuit boards location.7 3.5% C082 470p C094 XX Q018 2SD2704K-T146 MUTE R153 4.4 5.5% B+ R136 3.1 20 21 C032 C051 0.4-2.1 XAMUTE 2 C040 0.

AU-258 BOARD (SIDE A) R039 A R018 R077 R072 R067 R061 C041 R055 R051 R022 R006 R004 R014 R015 R001 R027 B C051 C022 R002 R005 C062 C040 14 1 R154 C055 15 28 + IC006 C036 R050 R054 R060 C R161 C049 R073 R066 R078 R153 R069 C043 R063 R057 R053 C023 R030 C052 D C063 R156 C042 14 1 C037 + IC007 15 28 R052 R056 R062 R162 C057 C050 R068 E R158 R155 R079 R080 C048 C054 R075 R071 R065 R059 C024 C064 R163 C046 + F R157 C047 14 1 IC008 15 28 R058 R064 R070 C060 C053 R074 R160 R049 G R164 C029 C031 R048 R047 R045 R043 R041 C021 ECB R009 R010 R007 R178 R003 R016 Q006 R176 R177 ECB R040 Q007 EC B R159 C150 C149 C059 C028 14 1 C027 C038 C005 R035 R036 H + IC005 15 28 R038 R033 ECB R042 R044 14 1 8 C030 R046 IC004 7 C147 C148 R034 EC B Q012 R031 ECB R032 ECB Q013 I 05 Q008 Q009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R037 1-873-157.000 series – : Uses unleaded solder. • See page 2-4 for circuit boards location.BDP-S300/S301 AU-258 BOARD (SIDE A) IC004 IC006 IC007 IC008 Q006 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q011 Q013 H-11 C-7 D-7 F-7 G-11 G-11 I-11 I-11 G-12 H-12 AU-258 (ANALOG AUDIO) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref. 1. : AU-258 board. There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram.11 ANALOG AUDIO AU-258 4-7 4-8 BC E Q011 Q010 . No.

1CH OUTPUT E D015 D016 D013 L C045 R096 C078 C107 C080 C114 C010 R136 R135 C108 C115 R139 C044 D004 R133 I O C116 4 1 8 C123 C143 C113 IC011 5 C129 R150 C061 R134 C134 ECB C144 Q023 R169 IC003 R095 WOOFER C106 R142 R132 B R149 C E C079 D001 R175 R094 R093 C077 C112 R131 R130 C105 R168 Q022 F CENTER D009 D010 R174 Q003 Q001 R021 C133 C002 C026 R092 C076 C103 C070 R129 R128 C091 C128 C132 Q025 ECB R152 C146 AU-258 BOARD (SIDE B) D001 D002 D003 IC001 IC002 IC003 IC009 IC010 IC011 G-11 C-10 D-10 C-10 D-11 E-11 B-4 D-4 F-4 G-12 B-11 G-11 D-12 C-12 H-11 H-11 H-12 C-2 C-2 E-2 D-2 F-2 F-2 R029 C025 R020 R028 R091 C104 R127 C136 4 1 8 C130 R148 R151 Q024 B C E R172 R125 BCE BCE C090 R124 C102 C111 Q016 Q017 C039 R126 IC012 5 C131 C135 R147 C145 ECB C092 R141 J002 ECB G Q015 B CE Q014 C075 H BCE R090 R089 R123 C069 R122 C089 C101 1-873-157.11 R121 I 05 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Q001 Q002 Q003 Q004 Q005 Q014 Q015 Q017 Q018 Q019 Q020 Q021 Q022 Q023 4-9 4-10 ANALOG AUDIO AU-258 .BDP-S300/S301 AU-258 BOARD (SIDE B) 27 CN001 26 2 1 A D007 D008 R166 C138 R R084 C066 C072 C095 R110 C083 C084 C096 C137 C033 J003 AUDIO OUT L R083 C032 B C120 C125 R109 R107 C003 C008 R011 R013 Q002 ECB C006 C109 4 1 C117 R138 R144 L002 C082 C094 IC009 5 8 C081 C093 R106 R170 C056 R108 D002 IC001 I O Q019 R173 Q005 BC E C071 R023 C015 R082 C018 R143 R081 C035 R088 C065 C119 C124 R105 R104 R103 ECB D012 C R R024 R019 C004 R137 R118 C068 C087 C074 C099 C088 C100 BC E R171 C140 R017 Q018 FRONT D003 C034 R012 C016 C007 R008 C127 R117 C122 C139 R087 L R115 C110 E C B C009 C019 IC002 I O C058 R116 4 1 C098 R146 C086 Q004 L001 R114 C118 C142 5 8 C085 ECB R167 IC010 R140 Q021 D014 D011 D R C073 R086 R085 C020 C017 J001 C067 R145 C097 C126 R112 R111 B C E R165 C141 R113 Q020 C121 REAR 5.

FL-176 BOARD FB002 FB004 FB003 R116 JW103 R122 R123 R118 FB001 1 A 1 2 CN100 29 30 C100 R100 S100 R126 R125 R119 R120 JW104 L101 R114 R113 R121 C124 R102 R115 JW118 JW117 JL109 JW110 C102 JL100 JW106 JW107 JW108 JW122 R124 R101 R103 R105 R104 JW109 B JW120 JW119 C101 JW115 JW105 D100 Q100 BCE 4 5 1 JW102 JW113 C117 ECB C110 C107 R117 R111 C112 C111 Q101 Q102 E CB C105 R108 R109 C109 JW101 JL103 C115 Q103 JL104 8 R107 R106 C106 11 C120 JL108 JL105 D103 C108 CN101 C123 33 34 R112 12 JW112 JW114 C116 ND100 2 23 2 D105 C119 T100 JW121 JW116 2 C113 C114 C104 2 1 1 JL106 45 44 42 4 Q105 ECB R110 IC100 C118 C JL101 JL107 Q104 JW111 D E CB 05 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1-873-142. • See page 2-4 for circuit boards location. 2.11 FL-176 BOARD CN101 D100 D101 D102 D103 D104 D105 IC100 Q100 Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 C-1 B-9 C-9 C-9 C-9 C-8 C-7 C-4 B-9 B-9 B-9 B-10 D-10 D-10 FL/LED FL-176 4-11 4-12 F100 1 44 JL102 D104 D102 D101 L102 10 11 . No.000 series – : Uses unleaded solder. There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. : FL-176 board.BDP-S300/S301 FL-176 (FL/LED) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref.

1 -23.9 2 7 4.1 -23.9 4.9 1 8 Q104 2SC2411K-T-146-CR DC-DC CONVERTER R110 1.9 -21.1 C109 XX C111 XX C115 0.1 -19.01 S100 R119 12k R125 12k R124 12k 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 VDD GRID1 GRID2 GRID3 GRID4 GRID5 GRID6 GRID7 GRID8 GRID9 43 42 41 VSS / C124 0.2k R123 8. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce por tant le numéro spécifié.01 2 E LED_DDHD KYE1 LED_LAN LED_FL OFF LED_HDMI LED_HD GND GND 3 4 5 6 5 5 5 7 8 9 10 11 IC100 FL DRIVE IC100 PT6315 VEE SEG16 SEG15 SEG14 SEG13 SEG12 SEG11 SEG10 F MAIN BOARD (DB-BMB102) CN3501 V+5FL GND FL-29V GND FLDCGND FLDC+ LED_ICE SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 21 -17.2k D -21. 2.4 -21.4 R105 22k C105 0. 4-14 FL/LED FL-176 .3 -23.4 -21.2 -21.4 5 8 JL107 Q102 2.4 GND FLCLK GND FLDATA FLSTB GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 B+ R107 47 R106 47 C106 XX C107 XX JL100 R108 47 JL103 JL102 JL101 C110 XX R111 100k 2. Note: Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.8k R122 2. Replace only with part number specified.4 20 21 22 23 24 25 JL109 G GND LED_P ON V+13SW LED_Blue MODEL1 KEY0 GND IR S[1] S[2] S[3] S[4] S[5] S[6] S[7] S[9] 27 28 29 30 B+ 26 C116 XX -15. : FL-176 board. – Ref.9 B+ L101 XX R101 10k 4.3 -17.BDP-S300/S301 FL-176 (FL/LED) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-11 for printed wiring board.4 S[16] S[15] S[14] S[13] S[12] S[11] S[10] COM[9] COM[10] COM[11] 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 R116 XX C123 0.1 FB004 Q101 DTC124EKA-T146 SWITCHING 4-13 Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.9 -21.4 -21.1 -13. No.4 -21.4 -23.7 K 05 Q100 DTC114YKA-T146 SWITCH T100 DC-DC CONVERTER TRANSFORMER C117 22 C118 0.NO.1 -15.2 -23.4 S[8] 17 18 19 4.1 R112 27k JL108 C120 0.4 -17.1 R126 33k R114 XX GRID10 GRID11 GRID12 -21.8 C113 0.7 0 FB001 FB002 FB003 0 D100 DAN202UT106 2.8k -0.8 1 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 CSC DOUT DIN CLK STB KEY1 KEY2 44 4.000 series – 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ND100 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 FL-176 BOARD A INDICATOR DRIVE -REF.4 -21.4 -21.1 -23.9 4.4 -21.2k JL104 R109 0 C112 XX B+ COM[1] COM[2] COM[3] COM[4] COM[5] COM[6] COM[7] COM[8] R113 10k R115 XX R118 8.9 4 5 Q103 RSS040P03FD5TB B+ SWITCH 4.4 -21.4 0 DTC124EKA-T146 SWITCHING 0 Q105 2SC2411K-T-146-CR DC-DC CONVERTER 6 9 JL106 10 D103 1SS355TE-17 D101 1SS355TE-17 D104 1SS355TE-17 D105 MM3Z5V6ST1 3 6 JL105 V+5E LED_Blue GND GND GND IR KEY0 KEY1 LED_FL_OFF LED_HDMI LED_HD FR-271 BOARD CN600 (SEE PAGE 4-17) H I R102 0 0 B+ 4.6 -23.2 -15.5A 32V 9 L102 47uH 10 11 4.4 SEG9 22 VDD VSS 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 14 15 CN101 11P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B+ 8 F100 0.1 -0.000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT 10G 11G NC NC NC NC NC 1G 2G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 8G 9G F1 F1 P16 P15 P14 P13 P12 P11 P10 NC NC NC NC NC NC NC P9 P8 P7 P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 F2 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 C104 XX 44 45 B COM[10] COM[11] COM[4] COM[5] COM[6] COM[7] COM[8] COM[1] COM[2] COM[3] COM[9] S[16] S[15] S[14] S[13] S[12] S[11] S[10] S[9] S[8] S[7] S[6] S[5] S[4] S[3] C B+ R100 0 B+ B+ B+ S[2] S[1] F2 B+ B+ R117 10k R120 10k R121 1.9 R103 22k R104 22k J 2.022 C108 100 16V 2 4.01 C114 XX 3 1 D102 1SS355TE-17 4 7 C119 0.4 CN100 30P C100 XX C101 100 16V C102 0.:2.

• See page 2-4 for circuit boards location.000 series – : Uses unleaded solder.BDP-S300/S301 FR-271 (SW/IR. : FR-271 board. FR-271 BOARD A A R610 S600 R609 R611 R606 S602 S601 S604 R607 R608 B > JL607 R630 R616 R629 R615 Q604 ECB Q603 ECB Q602 ECB R614 S603 S605 JW607 . There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. 2.11 05 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 FR-271 BOARD CN600 D601 D603 D604 D605 IC601 Q600 Q602 Q603 Q604 C-11 D-11 C-5 C-4 C-2 C-8 D-10 C-5 C-3 C-2 SW/IR. x R612 X G JL606 JW601 JL602 JL600 JW609 1 R602 C600 JW604 HDMI FL OFF HD C602 VCC O JW606 JW602 JL605 JW605 C605 C603 R628 Q600 E CB R604 JL601 JW610 JW611 D606 1-873-143. INPUT/LED) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref. INPUT/LED FR-271 4-15 4-16 R631 D JL603 D601 (LED Blue) 11 10 CN600 IC601 JW608 C D605 D604 D603 JW603 2 . No.

NO. FUNCTION KEY -REF.1 B+ C605 47 16V JL601 JL602 R609 2.2k S602 R611 12k S603 C IR GND R612 12k S604 C603 XX S605 D B+ B+ R604 82 R631 XX B+ B+ R614 330 R615 330 R616 330 (LED Blue) HDMI D601 NSPW-310BST-A0S D606 XX D603 SLI-343YC HD D604 SLI-343YC FL OFF D605 SLI-343YC E 3.9 VCC OUT GND R607 8. : FR-271 board. No. INPUT/LED) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – Ref.9 8 9 10 11 JL603 B+ JL600 JL607 JL606 JL605 C600 XX R602 47 C602 0.2k R608 12k R610 8.2k S601 R606 1. INPUT/LED FR-271 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FR-271 BOARD A LED DRIVE.BDP-S300/S301 FR-271 (SW/IR.000 series – • See page 4-15 for printed wiring board.:2.000 SERIESXX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE S600 CN600 11P GND 1 2 3 B+ V+5E FL-176 BOARD CN101 (SEE PAGE 4-14) LED_HD LED_HDMI LED_FL_OFF KEY1 KEY0 4 5 6 B+ 7 4. 2.1 0 R628 XX 05 Q600 MUN2211T1 LED DRIVE 0 R629 XX 4 Q602 MUN2211T1 LED DRIVE 0 R630 XX 4 4 Q603 MUN2211T1 LED DRIVE 0 Q604 MUN2211T1 LED DRIVE 4-17 4-18 SW/IR.8k B GND LED_Blue IC601 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER IC601 GP1UM28XK0SF 4.

BDP-S300/S301 MEMO 4-20E .

PM-139) If not improved by replacement. Yes Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). replace the Power board Is 5V supplied to connector CN100 15pin on FL board? No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL).1 Power does not turn on Does the power turn on by the Power button of remote controller and main set? Yes No For the remote controller.1 “Disabled operation from remote controller” For the Power button of main set.Main Set.2 “Disabled key operation” Is the power supplied to connector CN6051 on main board? CN6051 6pin 6V No Is the fuse in each line on power board OK? FU101 on primary side 6V P301 3V P401 12V P202 1. see Operation and Display section. see Operation and Display section. replace the Main board. replace the Main board. Flowchart No. Power Supply Section Flowchart No. If not improved by replacement. BDP-S300/S301 . Flowchart No.5V P501 5V P302 No Replace the Main board and Power Board SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 5-1 Yes Yes Check/replace the power harnesses (PM-138. If not improved by replacement.

5V CN6051 9pin -15V CN6051 3pin 1.5V P401 P302 P202 P401 P601 P501 Yes Yes Check/replace the power harness (PM-138. replace the Main board.Main Set.1 “Power does not turn on” 5-2 CN6002 6pin 3V CN6002 4pin 5V CN6002 2pin 12V CN6051 11pin 12. PM-139).5V Replace the Main Board Yes Is respective voltages supplied to connector CN6021 & CN6051 on main board? No Is the fuse in each line on power board OK? No Replace the Power board.2 The set does not start normally by power ON Is about 5V supplied to connector CN100 28pin (=Key 0) on FL board when Power key on the set is pressed? Yes No Is the symptom improved by replacingthe Power switch? No See FL board flowchart 1 Yes Replace the Power switch Displayed Replace the Main board Is the error code “∗∗∗ ERR” displayed on FL tube? Not displayed Is 5V supplied to connector CN6051 1pin on main board by power ON? No Go to Flowchart No. Power Supply Section Flowchart No. . If not improved by replacement. 3V 5V 12V 12.5V -15V 1. If not improved by replacement. replace the Power board.

replace the Drive. replace the Main board. If not improved by replacement. Power Supply Section Flowchart No. If not improved by replacement. 5V system in drive is faulty. .3 Drive does not operate normally Are 12V and 5V supplied to the drive? Yes No Is P303 fuse (5V) on power board OK? Yes No Replace the power board. If not still improved by replacement.Main Set. If the fuse blows again. replace the Power board Is ATAPI reset? Is connector CN1802 1pin on main board “H”? No Replace the Main board 5-3 Check/replace the drive flexible cable (MBD-003). Replace the drive Check/replace the power harnesses (PBD-003).

4 Video is not displayed normall Is the display of FL tube/LED normal? Yes Replace the Main board No Go to Flowchart No.Main Set. Power Supply Section Flowchart No.2 “The set does not start normally by power ON” 5-4 .

Power Supply Section Flowchart No.Main Set.5 Audio is not heard normally No Display on FL tube/LED normal? Yes No Is the audio signal present to digital output (HDMI/Coax/SPDIF) ? Yes Are audio digital signals output to connector CN5701 on Main board? CN5701 27pin ADATA32 CN5701 26pin ADATA22 CN5701 25pin ADATA42 CN5701 22pin ALRCK2 CN5701 21pin ADATA12 CN5701 20pin ABLCK2 CN5701 18pin AMCLK2 Yes Are control signals output to connector CN5701 on Main board? CN5701 23pin DAC_RST# CN5701 16pin DAC_MDO CN5701 15pin DAC_MDI CN5701 14pin DAC_MC CN5701 13pin DAC_CS# CN5701 12pin DAC_MUT CN5701 2pin XAMUTE CN5701 1pin XMMUTE Yes Proceed to ‘‘Audio board flowchart’’ No Replace the Main board No Replace the Main board Replace the Main board Go to Flowchart No.2 ‘‘The set does not start normally by Power on’’ 5-5 .

Main Set. replace the Drive If not improved by replacement.6 Video is not played back normally Try to play CD (YEDS-18). Power Supply Section Flowchart No. Is any one played back normally? Yes Check/replace the drive flexible PWB (MBD-003). DVD (HLX-504 or HLX-505) and BD (BLX-104) respectively.3 “Drive does not operate normally” 5-6 . replace the Main board No Go to Flowchart No. If not improved by replacement.

Main Set.3 ‘‘Drive does not operate normally’’ in this section No Replace the Main board No Replace the Main board 5-7 No Replace the Main board .7 Audio is not played back normally Does the drive operate normally? Yes Audio present to Digital OUT (HDMI/COAXIAL/SPDIF)? Yes Audio digital signals outputted to connector CN5701 on Main board? CN5701 27pin ADATA32 CN5701 26pin ADATA22 CN5701 25pin ADATA42 CN5701 22pin ALRCK2 CN5701 21pin ADATA12 CN5701 20pin ABLCK2 CN5701 18pin AMCLK2 Yes Control signals outputted to connector CN5701on Main board? CN5701 23pin DAC_RST# CN5701 16pin DAC_MDO CN5701 15pin DAC_MDI CN5701 14pin DAC_MC CN5701 13pin DAC_CS# CN5701 12pin DAC_MUT CN5701 2pin XAMUTE CN5701 1pin XMMUTE Yes Proceed to ‘‘Audio board flowchart’’ No See Flowchart No. Power Supply Section Flowchart No.

Power Supply Section Flowchart No.Main Set.8 Fan does not rotate No Is about 8V supplied to connector CN6701 1pin on Main board? Yes Replace the Fan No EV+12V supplied to connector CN6002 2pin on Main board? Yes Replace the Main board Is P202 fuse on Power board OK? Yes Replace the Power board No Replace the Power board 5-8 .

No Replace the FL board flexible cable (FLR-011) 5-9 . replace the FR board. If faulty. replace the Main board. If not improved by replacement. NO Replace the Main board No Is “L” pulse signal input to CN101 2pin on FL board when operating remote controller? Yes Conductor from CN101 2pin to CN100 30pin on FL board is broken.Operation & Display Section Flowchart No.1 Disabled operation from remote controller Operation from remote controller is disabled though operation is enabled from a key on main set Is the power turned on by Power ON button of remote controller? Yes Is “L” pulse signal input to CN100 30pin on FL board when operating remote controller? Yes Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). NO Symptom improved after FR board was replaced? Yes Check peripheral parts of IC601 (light receiver from remote controller) on FR board.

07 [V] Previous Key1=8pin: 0.49 4.61 P_ON 4.24 PAUSE 2.92 STOP 3.80 NEXT OPEN/CLOSE 1.07 2. replace the Main board.78~3.36~1.43 2.13~2.35 [V] Stop Key1=8pin: 2.43~3.2 Disabled key operation Are the specified voltages output to connector CN100 8 and 28 pins on FL board when each button is pressed? Power Key0=28pin: 4.06~4. If not improved by replacement.78~3.79 [V] Pause Key1=8pin: 2.72~0.80 [V] Next Key1=8pin: 1.27 5-10 .50 [V] Play Key1=8pin: 3.Operation & Display Section Flowchart No.76 PREVIOUS 0.72~0.43~3.49 [V] Open/Close Key0=28pin: 1.50 1.50 [V] Yes Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL).35 2.79 PLAY 3.13~2. No Symptom improved if FR board is replaced? Yes Replace the FR board No Symptom improved if FL board flexible cable (FLR-011) is replaced? Yes Replace the FL board flexible cable (FLR-011) No FL board flowchart 2 Reference: Relation between buttons and voltages KEY Specified voltages [v] SPEC CENTER KEY1 KEY0 0 0 0.36~1.36~1.06~4.

4. 5-11 . If not improved by replacement. 5 pins on FL board? CN100 5pin STB CN100 2pin CLK CN100 4pin DATA Yes FL board flowchart 3 No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). replace the Main board. No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). replace the Main board.Operation & Display Section Flowchart No.3 FL display tube does not light Is 2V voltage supplied to connector CN100 24pin on FL board? Yes Is 0V voltage supplied to connector CN100 10pin on FL board? Yes Are STB. If not improved by replacement. No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). CLK and DIN signals input to connector CN100 2. replace the Main board. If not improved by replacement.

Replace the FL board flexible cable (FL h FR). replace the Main board.3V voltage supplied to connector CN100 on FL board? CN100 CN100 CN100 CN100 CN100 24pin Power button 26pin Blue HD 12pin HD 11pin HDMI 10pin FL OFF No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). . 3. If faulty. 5-12 Yes No Symptom improved if FR board is replaced? Yes Check LED peripheral parts on FR board. If not improved by replacement. replace the FR board.4 LED does not light up 5V voltage supplied to connector CN100 15pin on FL board? No Check/replace the FL board flexible cable (MAIN h FL). Does the LED on FR board light up? No Check LED peripheral parts on FL board. If faulty. If not improved by replacement. replace the Main board. replace the FL board.Operation & Display Section Flowchart No.

002. 003 Replace the Main board 5-13 Check the output of IC006. 008 Check the output and peripheral circuits of IC009. 007. 010.Audio Section No Is each power supplied to Audio board? CN001 CN001 CN001 CN001 24pin 22pin 20pin 18pin -12V +12V +6V +3V Yes Check the power circuits on Audio board IC003 INPUT pin 12V IC002 INPUT pin 12V IC001 INPUT pin -12V Yes No Check the outputs of each Reg IC IC003 OUTPUT pin 5V IC002 OUTPUT pin 10V IC001 OUTPUT pin -10V Check the circuits on output side of IC001. 002. 011 . 003 No Check the circuits on input side of IC001.

3V when Power button is pressed? Yes Key 1 line is broken. No Check the FL-MAIN flexible cable No Replace the Main board 5-14 .1 Inactive Power button on main set Yes Is the symptom improved by replacing the FL board? Yes Does the potential of CN100 28pin (Key 0) change to around 4.FL Section Flowchart No. Replace the FL board.

92 STOP 3. If faulty. If faulty.FL Section Flowchart No. No Check the resistors and conductors on Key 0 line. If faulty.24 PAUSE 2. 5-15 Is about 5V present in CN100 28pin without pressing a key? Yes Does the potential of CN100 8pin (Key 1) change when CN101 4pin and 1pin are short-circuited? Yes Check resistance of resistors on Key1 line.72~0.43~3.50 1. Also. check peripheral conductor patterns.76 PREVIOUS 0. If faulty.78~3.80 OPEN/CLOSE NEXT 1. check peripheral conductor patterns. .13~2.36~1. Also. R117 periphery and conductors on the FL board.27 Key 0 is inactive (Power button is active) Is about 5V present in CN100 28pin without pressing a key? Yes Does the potential of CN100 28pin (Key 0) change when CN101 3pin and 1pin are short-circuited? Yes Check resistance of resistors on Key1 line.79 PLAY 3.49 4. replace the FL board. replace the FL board. replace the FL board. replace the FL board. R120 periphery and conductors on the FL board. Key 1 is inactive No Check 5V line. No Check 5V line.2 Inactive keys on main set Yes Symptom improved if FL board is replaced? Yes Which line of keys is inactive? Key 0 t Go to “Key 0 is inactive” Key 1 t Go to “Key 1 is inactive” No Replace the Main board Reference: Relation between buttons and voltages KEY Specified voltages [v] SPEC CENTER KEY1 KEY0 0 0 0.61 P_ON 4.07 2.35 2. No Check the resistors and conductors on Key 1 line.43 2.06~4.

If faulty.FL Section Flowchart No. If not effective.3 FL tube does not light Yes Is about 5V applied to F100? Yes Is about -24V applied to JL105? Yes No Is 5V applied to IC100 43pin? Yes No Does the IC100 5pin oscillate? Replace the IC100. No Replace the FL-MAIN FFC. replace the FL board. No Go to “FL tube switch periphery check” 5-16 Yes Are the pulses input to IC100 7. If not effective. Check the 5V line on FL board. replace the FL board. replace the FL board. If not effective. 9 pins? Yes Check the wiring between FL tube and IC100. . 8. replace the IC100. replace the Main board. No Check the FL tube DD converter peripheral circuits. If OK.

2.FL Section Flowchart No. 3 pins 5V? Yes Is the potential of Q103 4pin around 0V? Yes Replace the Q103 No Check the 5V line on FL board. No Is the Q102 base voltage about 3V? Yes Replace the Q102 No Is the Q101 base voltage 0V? Yes Replace the Q101 No 5-17 No Is the CN100 10pin 0V? Yes Replace the Main board No No Does the CN100 10pin become 0V when Dimmer button on remote controller is pressed several times? Yes No Dimmer has effect only Is the Q100 24pin about 3V? Yes Replace the Q100 Replace the Main board .4 FL tube switch periphery check Is the potential of Q103 1.

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RUS. No. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. FRONT (S301BJ/S301BM) X-2177-652-1 COVER ASSY. (RED) ↑ ↑ Parts Color Cabinet's Color • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. UK. • Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB. Description Remark X-2177-651-1 PANEL ASSY. so they may have some difference from the original one. EXPLODED VIEWS • The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. TAPPING A-1267-558-A CASE BLOCK ASSY (SERVICE USE SKZ) (S300BJ/S300BJP/S301BJ) A-1313-101-A CASE BLOCK ASSY (SERVICE USE SOEM) (S300BM/S301BM) 1-479-848-31 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101A) (S300BJ/S300BJP/S300BM: US. • Abbreviation AUS : Australian model CND : Canadian model E32 : Latin American model RUS : Russian model SP : Singaporean model TH : Thai model The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. FRONT (S300BJ/S300BJP/S300BM) X-2178-128-1 PANEL ASSY. 7 A001 Part No. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. TRAY (S300BJ/S300BJP/S301BJ) X-2186-585-1 COVER ASSY. 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 7 Part No.BDP-S300/S301 SECTION 6 REPAIR PARTS LIST 6-1. Replace only with part number specified. CASE ASSY A001 5 not supplied 7 4 5 main chassis block 3 2 1 Ref. TH. BALANCE (WHITE) . BD INDICATION 4-942-568-41 EMBLEM (NO. No.5). 6-1-1. SONY 3-070-883-71 SCREW. AUS) A001 A001 6-1 . . Description Remark Ref. CND/ S301BJ/S301BM) 1-479-848-41 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101A) (S300BM: E32) 1-480-207-21 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101P) (S300BM: AEP. TRAY (S300BM/S301BM) 2-686-188-02 PLATE. • Accessories and packing materials are given in the last of the electrical parts list. SP. . NOTE: • -XX and -X mean standardized parts. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiquens pour la sécurité.

Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. 51 * 53 * 54 * 54 * 54 Part No. Ref. UK) DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R4)) (AUS) DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R3)) (SP/TH) DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R5)) (RUS) FAN. NON-HALOGENE SPRING. No. E32. 58 or 59 parts have not adhered when drive is exchanged. CND) Ref. CND/S301BM) 1-965-688-11 HARNESS (MBD-008) (S300BM: AEP. EARTH (FRONT) +B 3X3 0 55 55 6-2 . RUS. Description Remark The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. AUS) A-1337-670-A DRIVE (P (SERVICE USE R1)) (US. No. TH. SP. CND) A-1337-673-A DRIVE (SKZ (SERVICE USE R1)) (US. (US. DC +BV3 (3-CR) TAPE. Replace only with part number specified. No. Remark Description 3-077-331-01 +BV3 (3-CR) 4-099-553-01 REUSE CLAMP 1-965-333-11 HARNESS (MBD-003) (S300BJ/S300BJP/S301BJ) 1-965-684-11 HARNESS (MBD-007) (S300BM: US. Note: Please use A-1337-670-A for BD drive with priority. A-1337-677-A A-1337-678-A A-1382-235-A A-1382-236-A 1-787-625-21 3-077-331-31 3-087-220-01 2-348-685-01 7-682-544-09 Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. Please refer to SERVICE NOTE for the installation method.6-1-2. UK. MAIN CHASSIS BLOCK 51 55 #1 58 51 not supplied 53 54 not supplied #1 51 59 not supplied 56 57 not supplied (FL-176 board) 51 51 not supplied main block 51 not supplied (FR-271 board) Note: Please install it when Ref. CND) DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R2)) (AEP. 0 55 0 55 0 55 0 55 56 57 58 59 #1 Part No.

RUS. No. Ref. REAR 7-682-544-09 +B 3X3 6-3 . The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. MOUNTED (AEP. Ref. 1-834-107-11 3-087-220-01 3-077-331-01 A-1287-695-A A-1313-102-A Description CABLE. UK) PWB. No. 101 102 103 9 104 9 104 Part No. 109 part have not adhered when drive is exchanged. Les composants identifiés par la marque 9 contiennent des informations confidentielles.6-1-3. FLEXIBLE FLAT (FML-003) TAPE. No. TH. NON-HALOGENE +BV3 (3-CR) PWB. AUS) 3-077-331-31 +BV3 (3-CR) 3-274-166-01 GASKET. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. SP. Suivre scrupuleusement les instructions chaque fois qu’un composant est remplacé et / ou réparé. Strictly follow the instructions whenever the components are repaired and/or replaced. 0 105 Part No. MOUNTED (AUS) Remark Note: Please install it when Ref. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. MAIN BLOCK 103 not supplied (AU-258 board) 103 102 102 104 not supplied 101 103 not supplied 105 not supplied 108 108 #1 not supplied 109 not supplied The components identified by mark 9 contain confidential information. Remark Description 1-474-057-41 POWER BLOCK (ZSSR641GA) (US. Replace only with part number specified. UK. Please refer to SERVICE NOTE for the installation method. CND) 0 105 108 109 #1 1-474-057-51 POWER BLOCK (ZSSR641IA) (AEP.

1uF 0. for example: uA.0015uF 0.1uF 47uF 47uF 0. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST NOTE: • Due to standardization.0015uF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 470PF 0. 1000 Series) *********************** < CAPACITOR > C002 C003 C004 C005 C006 C007 C008 C009 C010 C015 C016 C017 C018 C019 C020 C022 C023 C024 C033 C035 C036 C037 C040 C041 C042 C043 C045 C046 C047 C048 C049 C050 C051 C052 C053 C054 C055 C056 1-126-767-11 1-126-947-11 1-126-947-11 1-107-826-11 1-126-947-11 1-126-947-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-128-528-11 1-128-528-11 1-126-967-11 1-164-230-11 1-164-230-11 1-164-230-11 1-126-947-11 1-126-947-11 1-100-388-21 1-100-388-21 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-126-947-11 1-100-388-21 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 1000uF 47uF 47uF 0. so they may have some difference from the original one.1uF 0.1uF 0.0015uF 0. u: µ.2uF 0. : µPC.2uF 2. Description Remark Ref. .1uF 0. Ref.3V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 63V 63V 63V 63V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 63V 63V 50V AU-258 BOARD. • -XX and -X mean standardized parts. • SEMICONDUCTORS In each case.1uF 0. . . METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor.1uF 0. .3V 6. uPB.0015uF 0.1uF 10uF 2.1uF 0.1uF 10uF 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 5% 5% 5% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 16V 35V 35V 16V 35V 35V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 25V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 35V 35V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 35V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-126-964-11 ELECT 1-107-826-11 1-126-964-11 1-165-884-91 1-165-884-91 1-165-884-91 1-130-473-00 1-130-473-00 1-130-473-00 1-130-473-00 1-130-473-00 1-130-473-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-130-467-00 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-128-552-11 1-128-552-11 1-128-552-11 1-128-552-11 1-107-826-11 1-136-165-00 1-136-165-00 1-136-165-00 1-136-165-00 1-128-552-11 1-128-552-11 1-136-165-00 CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP FILM FILM FILM FILM ELECT ELECT FILM 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-126-964-11 ELECT 6-4 . COMPLETE (Ref. When indicating parts by reference number. . No. • CAPACITORS uF: µF • COILS uH: µH The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set.1uF 0. Description 0.1uF 0. No.1uF 0.1uF 0. : µPA. : µPB. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.1uF 0. .AU-258 6-2. No.1uF 0.1uF 0. .1uF 47uF 47uF 47uF 47uF 0. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiquens pour la sécurité.1uF 0.1uF 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20% 20% 5% Remark 16V 50V 16V 50V 6. . Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. : µA.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF 39uF 0.0015uF 0.3V 6. .1uF 0.1uF 0. uPD. C057 C058 C060 C061 C062 C063 C064 C071 C072 C073 C074 C079 C080 C081 C082 C083 C084 C085 C086 C087 C088 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C125 C126 C127 C128 C129 C133 Part No.0015uF 0. uPC. uPA.1uF 470uF 470uF 47uF 220PF 220PF 220PF 47uF 47uF 39uF 39uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF 47uF 0.1uF 10uF 0. : µPD. METAL: Metal-film resistor.2uF 2.1uF 0. Part No.1uF 0. Replace only with part number specified. • RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. F: nonflammable • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. please include the board. .1uF 0.

R011 R012 R017 R018 R019 R020 R021 R022 R023 R024 R028 R029 R031 R032 R034 R035 R036 R038 R077 R078 R080 R081 R082 R083 R084 R085 R086 R087 R088 R093 R094 R095 R096 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R129 R130 R131 R132 R133 R134 R135 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W R136 R137 R138 R139 Part No.5% 0.5% 0.8K 1.8K 1.8K 1.8K 1.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.3K 3.5% 0. Description 10K 10K 10K 22 10K 10K 47K 0 100K 220K 10K 47K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 100 100 100 1.3K 680 680 3.5% 0.8K 1.5% 0.5% 0.1uF 100PF 100PF 100PF 100PF 100PF 100PF 100PF 100PF 1uF 1uF 1uF 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 10% 10% 10% Remark 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 10V 10V Ref.AU-258 Ref.8K 1.5% 0.3K 680 680 3.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.1CH OUTPUT) 1-785-868-21 JACK.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0. PIN 6P (5.8K 1.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.3K 680 680 3.5% 0. PIN 2P (AUDIO OUT L/R) < TRANSISTOR > Q001 Q002 Q003 Q004 Q005 Q006 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q011 Q013 Q014 Q015 Q017 Q018 Q019 Q020 Q021 Q022 Q023 8-729-421-19 8-729-921-80 8-729-421-19 8-729-045-17 8-729-010-29 8-729-027-53 8-729-027-53 8-729-010-05 8-729-010-05 8-729-027-53 8-729-010-05 8-729-421-19 8-729-421-19 8-729-421-19 6-551-287-01 6-551-287-01 6-551-287-01 6-551-287-01 6-551-287-01 6-551-287-01 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R002 R004 R007 R009 1-216-809-11 1-216-801-11 1-216-801-11 1-216-801-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 100 22 22 22 5% 5% 5% 5% UN2213 2SD1781K-T146-QR UN2213 2SB1561T100Q MSD601-RST1 DTC124TKA-T146 DTC124TKA-T146 MSB709-RT1 MSB709-RT1 DTC124TKA-T146 MSB709-RT1 UN2213 UN2213 UN2213 2SD2704K-T146 2SD2704K-T146 2SD2704K-T146 2SD2704K-T146 2SD2704K-T146 2SD2704K-T146 6-5 .5% 0. 1-136-165-00 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-165-908-11 Description FILM CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-801-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-849-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-657-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-663-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-647-11 1-216-663-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP < DIODE > D001 D002 D003 8-719-914-43 DIODE DAN202K 8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17 8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17 < IC > IC001 IC002 IC003 IC004 IC006 IC007 IC008 IC009 IC010 IC011 6-702-296-01 6-700-792-01 8-759-052-52 8-759-679-55 6-707-237-01 6-707-237-01 6-707-237-01 8-759-656-83 8-759-656-83 8-759-656-83 IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC NJM79M09DL1A-TE1 NJM78M09DL1A (TE1) L78M05T-FA SN74LVC08APWR PCM1791ADBR PCM1791ADBR PCM1791ADBR NJM4580MD-(TE2) NJM4580MD-(TE2) NJM4580MD-(TE2) < JACK > J001 J003 1-785-489-11 JACK.8K 1.5% 0. No.5% 0.3K 470 470 470 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.3K 3.3K 680 680 3.5% 0.5% 0.3K 680 680 3.8K 3.8K 1. No.3K 3.5% 0.8K 1.5% 0.3K 3.5% 0.3K 3.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.3K 680 680 3.5% 0. C134 C137 C138 C139 C140 C141 C142 C143 C144 C147 C148 C149 Part No.8K 1.

Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.7K 4.5% 0. FFC/FPC 30P 1-779-279-11 CONNECTOR.AU-258 Ref.5% 0.7K 4.5% 0. FFC (LIF (NON-ZIF)) 11P < DIODE > D100 D101 D102 D103 D104 8-719-941-86 8-719-988-61 8-719-988-61 8-719-988-61 8-719-988-61 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DAN202U 1SS355TE-17 1SS355TE-17 1SS355TE-17 1SS355TE-17 The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR.5% 0.1uF 0. No.5% 0. R140 R141 R142 R143 R144 R145 R146 R149 R150 R153 R154 R155 R156 R157 R158 R161 R162 R163 R165 R166 R167 R168 R169 R170 R171 R173 R175 R176 R177 R178 FL-176 Description 470 470 470 47K 47K 47K 47K 47K 47K 4. No. FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR. FERRITE BEAD < IC > Part No.022uF 100uF 0.8K 2.5% 0. 1-208-774-11 METAL CHIP 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-822-11 1-208-822-11 1-208-822-11 1-208-822-11 1-208-822-11 1-208-822-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-845-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-208-774-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP IC100 8-759-643-83 IC uPD16315GB-3BS < COIL > L102 1-414-743-21 INDUCTOR 47uH < FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE > ND100 1-519-958-11 INDICATOR TUBE.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0. COMPLETE (Ref.7K 4.1uF 0.7K 100K 100K 100K 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 0 0 0 100 0.5% 0.2K 12K 10K 1. FLUORESCENT < TRANSISTOR > Q100 Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 8-729-027-46 8-729-901-00 8-729-901-00 6-551-382-01 8-729-901-88 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DTC114YKA-T146 DTC124EK DTC124EK RSS040P03FD5TB 2SC2411K-CR 2SC2411K-CR 8-729-901-88 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > 5% 1/10W R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 1-216-864-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-805-11 1-216-805-11 1-216-805-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-824-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-838-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-832-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-824-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-832-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-839-11 FL-176 BOARD. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.5% 0.5A 32V < FERRITE BEAD > FB001 FB002 FB003 FB004 1-414-226-21 1-414-226-21 1-414-226-21 1-414-226-21 INDUCTOR.2K 12K 12K 33K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1-107-726-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1-107-726-91 CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN100 CN101 1-770-658-11 CONNECTOR.5% 0. 6-6 .5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W Ref. D105 Part No.8K 100K 27K 10K 10K 8.1uF 0.5% 0.01uF 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 16V 16V 25V 16V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 0 10K 0 22K 22K 22K 47 47 47 0 1. Replace only with part number specified.5% 0.7K 4.01uF 0.5% 0. No.2K 8. 2000 Series) ********************** < CAPACITOR > C101 C102 C105 C108 C113 C115 C117 C118 C119 C120 C123 C124 1-125-972-91 1-107-826-11 1-164-227-11 1-125-972-91 1-163-021-91 1-107-826-11 1-107-715-11 1-115-339-11 1-115-339-11 1-115-339-11 ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 100uF 0.6SB-T1 < FUSE > 0 F100 1-576-863-21 FUSE 0.01uF 0. FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR. Description Remark 8-719-036-94 DIODE RD5.5% 0.5% 0.1uF 0.5% 0.7K 4.1uF 22uF 0.

E32. POWER (S300BM: UK) 1-834-169-11 CORD. UK ) A-1313-102-A PWB. 6-7 .2K 12K 2. FLEXIBLE FLAT (FML-003) 0. UK. TH. DC-DC CONVERTER ************************************************************ 9 9 Remark Ref. POWER (S300BM: AEP. AUS) 1-555-074-52 CORD. Les composants identifiés par la marque 9 contiennent des informations confidentielles. E32. TH. SP. UK. Suivre scrupuleusement les instructions chaque fois qu’un composant est remplacé et / ou réparé. SP. UK) A-1337-678-A DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R4)) (AUS) A-1382-235-A DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R3)) (SP/TH) A-1382-236-A DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R5)) (RUS) 1-787-625-21 FAN. No. TACTILE (A) SWITCH. MOUNTED (AEP. CND/ S301BJ/S301BM) 1-827-269-12 CORD. TACTILE (H) ************************************************************ The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. CONVERSION 2P (S300BM: E32) 1-575-131-82 CORD. TH. No. CND) 1-474-057-51 POWER BLOCK (ZSSR641IA) (AEP. CND/ S301BJ/S301BM) 1-479-848-41 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101A) (S300BM: E32) 1-480-207-21 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101P) (S300BM: AEP. RUS. The components identified by mark 9 contain confidential information. RUS. SP. FR-271 Part No. 2000 Series) ********************** 0 < CAPACITOR > C602 C605 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-124-589-11 ELECT < CONNECTOR > * CN600 1-779-279-11 CONNECTOR. Strictly follow the instructions whenever the components are repaired and/or replaced.1uF 47uF 10% 20% 16V 16V 0 1-474-057-41 POWER BLOCK (ZSSR641GA) (US. RUS. COMPLETE (Ref.FL-176 Ref. FFC (LIF (NON-ZIF)) 11P < DIODE > * D601 D603 D604 D605 6-501-546-11 6-501-437-01 6-501-437-01 6-501-437-01 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE < IC > IC601 6-600-500-01 IC GP1UM28XK0SF < TRANSISTOR > Q600 Q602 Q603 Q604 8-729-421-22 8-729-421-22 8-729-421-22 8-729-421-22 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R602 R604 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R614 R615 R616 1-216-805-11 1-216-808-11 1-216-824-11 1-216-832-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-832-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 47 82 1. POWER (S300BM: AUS) 1-569-008-22 ADAPTOR. TACTILE (X) SWITCH.8K 8. Part No. CND) A-1337-677-A DRIVE (SOEM (SERVICE USE R2)) (AEP. DC 1-834-107-11 CABLE. CND) A-1337-673-A DRIVE (SKZ (SERVICE USE R1)) (US. UK.2K 8. No.) SWITCH. AUS) A-1337-670-A DRIVE (P (SERVICE USE R1)) (US. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. CONNECTION (HDMI CABLE) (S301BJ/S301BM) A001 A001 0 0 0 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP < SWITCH > 0 0 S600 S601 S602 S603 S604 1-771-410-21 1-771-410-21 1-771-410-21 1-771-410-21 1-771-410-21 SWITCH. POWER (S300BJ/S300BJP/S300BM: US. MAIN Description MAIN BOARD *********** POWER BLOCK Remark A-1287-695-A PWB. CND/S301BM) 1-965-688-11 HARNESS (MBD-008) (S300BM: AEP. AUS) ************************ ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************** A001 1-479-848-31 REMOTE COMMANDER (RMT-B101A) (S300BJ/S300BJP/S300BM: US. CONNECTION 1-823-701-11 CORD. RUS. TACTILE (. TACTILE (I/1) < TRANSFORMER > 0 T100 1-445-229-11 TRANSFORMER. Replace only with part number specified. TACTILE (x) S605 1-771-410-21 SWITCH. TACTILE (>) SWITCH. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.2K 12K 12K 330 330 330 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W UN2211 UN2211 UN2211 UN2211 0 55 0 55 55 0 55 0 55 0 55 56 101 NSPW-310BST-A0S SLI-343YC3F SLI-343YC3F SLI-343YC3F * 54 * 54 * 54 MISCELLANEOUS PARTS ******************** 1-965-333-11 HARNESS (MBD-003) (S300BJ/S300BJP/S301BJ) 1-965-684-11 HARNESS (MBD-007) (S300BM: US. MOUNTED (AUS) ************************************************************ FR-271 BOARD. Description < SWITCH > S100 1-771-410-21 SWITCH. SP) 1-776-263-22 CORD.

No. CND/S301BM) 3-214-290-21 MANUAL.Ref. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (S300BM: SP. INSTRUCTION (GERMAN) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-41 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (S300BM/S301BM: CND) 3-214-800-11 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (S300BJ: US) 3-214-290-11 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (S300BJ: CND/S300BJP/S301BJ) 3-196-787-21 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-61 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (S300BM: UK) 3-214-800-21 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-51 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (S300BJ: CND) 3-212-651-11 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (S300BM: E32) 6-8E . Description Remark 1-834-539-11 CORD. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-31 MANUAL. Description Remark Ref. No. POWER (S300BM: TH) 3-196-787-11 MANUAL. TH. INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN) (S300BM: RUS) 3-214-801-11 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (DUTCH) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-71 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH) (S300BM: AEP) 3-214-800-81 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (S300BM: US. AUS) 3-214-801-21 MANUAL. 0 Part No. Part No.

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Description of Revision . 1.1 Date 2007. UK.BDP-S300/S301 REVISION HISTORY Ver. Russian.0 1.07 New Addition of AEP. Australian.06 2007. Singapore and Thai Models. E.

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