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Revision List 2 Technical Specifications and Connections 2 Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List 4 Mechanical Instructions 8 Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 12 Alignments 20 Circuit Descriptions 22 IC Data Sheets 25 Block Diagrams Wiring Diagram 32" (P&S) 37 Wiring Diagram 42" (P&S) 38 Block Diagram 39 10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing Main Power Supply (32") (A1) 40 Main Power Supply (42") (A1) 43 Main Power Supply (42") (A2) 44 SSB: DC/DC (B01) 47 SSB: MT822x Processor (B02) 48 SSB: DDR SD-RAM (B03) 49 SSB: Tuner (B04) 50 SSB: HDMI (B05) 51 SSB: I/O - VGA, USB, S-Video (B06) 52 SSB: Digital Analog Converter, DAC (B07) 53 SSB: I/O - Connectivity YPbPr (B08) 54 SSB: MUX and DEMUX (B09) 55 SSB: Audio Amplifier (B10) 56 SSB: MCU Stand-by (B11) 57 Side Control Panel (E) 64 IR Panel (J) 66

PWB 41-42 45-46 45-46 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 58-63 65-65 67-67

Copyright 2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by JA/JY 0966 BU TV Consumer Care, the Netherlands

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1. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0 First release.

2. Technical Specifications and Connections


Index of this chapter: 2.1 Technical Specifications 2.2 Directions for Use 2.3 Connection Overview 2.4 Chassis Overview Notes: Figures can deviate due to the different set executions. Specifications are indicative (subject to change). user manuals, frequently asked questions and software & drivers. Table 2-1 Described Model Numbers CTN 32PFL5604/78 32PFL5604/77 42PFL5604/77 P&S Styling Published in SM 3122 785 18660 3122 785 18660 3122 785 18660

2.1

Technical Specifications 2.2


For on-line product support please use the links in Table 2-1. Here is product information available, as well as getting started,

Directions for Use


Click on the hyperlinks in table above.

2.3

Connection Overview

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Figure 2-1 Rear and side I/O connections

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2.3.1 Side connections Note: The following connector color abbreviations are used (acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, and Ye= Yellow. USB2.0 2.3.2

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Rear Connections HDMI 1 & 2: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In (see HDMI - Side Connections) CVI-1&2: Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k AV-In: Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k AV-Out: Cinch: Video CVBS - Out, Audio - Out Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS /10 k Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Mini Jack: Service Connector (UART) 1 - Ground Gnd 2 - UART_TX Transmit 3 - UART_RX Receive VGA/PC: Video RGB - In

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Figure 2-2 USB (type A) 1 2 3 4 - +5V - Data (-) - Data (+) - Ground k jk jk H

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HDMI: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In


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Figure 2-3 HDMI (type A) connector

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- D2+ - Shield - D2- D1+ - Shield - D1- D0+ - Shield - D0- CLK+ - Shield - CLK- Easylink/CEC - n.c. - DDC_SCL - DDC_SDA - Ground - +5V - HPD - Ground

Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Control channel DDC clock DDC data Gnd Hot Plug Detect Gnd

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Figure 2-4 VGA Connector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 - Video Red - Video Green - Video Blue - n.c. - Ground - Ground Red - Ground Green - Ground Blue - +5VDC - Ground Sync - n.c. - DDC_SDA - H-sync - V-sync - DDC_SCL 0.7 VPP / 75 0.7 VPP / 75 0.7 VPP / 75 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd +5 V Gnd DDC data 0-5V 0-5V DDC clock j j j H H H H j H j j j j

Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Mini Jack: Audio Head phone - Out Bk - Head phone 32 - 600 / 10 mW

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PC Audio: Mini Jack: VGA Audio - In Bk - Audio L/R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Aerial - In - - IEC-type (EU)

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Chassis Overview
Refer to chapter Block Diagrams for PWB locations.

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3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List


Index of this chapter: 3.1 Safety Instructions 3.2 Warnings 3.3 Notes 3.4 Abbreviation List picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or 61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3). Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the voltages in the power supply section both in normal operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.

3.1

Safety Instructions
Safety regulations require the following during a repair: Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation transformer (> 800 VA). Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h, only by components identical to the original ones. Any other component substitution (other than original type) may increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard. Of de set ontploft! Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to the following points: Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the mounted cable clamps. Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for external damage. Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for proper function. Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): 1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. 2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the on position (keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). 3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading should be between 4.5 M and 12 M. 4. Switch off the set, and remove the wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any inner parts by the customer. 3.3.2

Schematic Notes All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2 indicates 2.2 k). Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with either an E or an R (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ). All capacitor values are given in micro-farads ( = 10-6), nano-farads (n = 10-9), or pico-farads (p = 10-12). Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF). An asterisk (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer to the diversity tables for the correct values. The correct component values are listed on the Philips Spare Parts Web Portal.

3.3.3

Spare Parts For the latest spare part overview, consult your Philips Spare Part web portal.

3.3.4

BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs Introduction For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this URL: http://www.atyourservice-magazine.com. Select Magazine, then go to Repair downloads. Here you will find Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs. BGA Temperature Profiles For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile. Where applicable and available, this profile is added to the IC Data Sheet information section in this manual.

3.2

Warnings
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, during repair, you are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep components and tools also at this same potential. Be careful during measurements in the high voltage section. Never replace modules or other components while the unit is switched on. When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools. This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a circuit becoming unstable.

3.3.5

Lead-free Soldering Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected by the workshop during a repair: Use only lead-free soldering tin. If lead-free solder paste is required, please contact the manufacturer of your soldering equipment. In general, use of solder paste within workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to store and to handle. Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free soldering tin. The solder tool must be able: To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400C. To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip. To exchange solder-tips for different applications. Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around 360C - 380C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint. Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec. Avoid temperatures above 400C, otherwise wear-out of tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed. To avoid wear-out of tips, switch off unused equipment or reduce heat. Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.

3.3
3.3.1

Notes
General Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the Service Default Mode with a colour bar signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and

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3.3.6 Alternative BOM identification It should be noted that on the European Service website, Alternative BOM is referred to as Design variant. The third digit in the serial number (example: AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M. number. By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with. If the third digit of the serial number contains the number 1 (example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is a 2 (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for ordering the correct spare parts! For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be indicated by the third digit of the serial number. Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g. AG is Bruges), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in example below it is 2006 week 17). The 6 last digits contain the serial number.
MODEL : 32PF9968/10
MADE IN BELGIUM 220-240V ~ 50/60Hz 128W VHF+S+H+UHF

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Abbreviation List
0/6/12 SCART switch control signal on A/V board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV), 6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3 format Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation: algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to remove horizontal black bars; keeps the original aspect ratio Automatic Channel Installation: algorithm that installs TV channels directly from a cable network by means of a predefined TXT page Analogue to Digital Converter Automatic Frequency Control: control signal used to tune to the correct frequency Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that controls the video input of the feature box Amplitude Modulation Asia Pacific Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9 Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to remove horizontal black bars without discarding video information Advanced Television Systems Committee, the digital TV standard in the USA See Auto TV A hardware and software control system that measures picture content, and adapts image parameters in a dynamic way External Audio Video Audio Video Controller Audio Video Input Processor Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 5.5 MHz Board-Level Repair Broadcast Television Standard Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound system, originating from the USA and used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC countries Blue TeleteXT Centre channel (audio) Consumer Electronics Control bus: remote control bus on HDMI connections Constant Level: audio output to connect with an external amplifier Component Level Repair Computer aided rePair Connected Planet / Copy Protection Customer Service Mode Color Transient Improvement: manipulates steepness of chroma transients Composite Video Blanking and Synchronization Digital to Analogue Converter Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra low frequency amplification See E-DDC Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.5 MHz Dynamic Frame Insertion Directions For Use: owner's manual Digital Media Reader: card reader Digital Multi Standard Decoding Digital Natural Motion
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ACI

ADC AFC

AGC

AM AP AR ASF

ATSC

ATV Auto TV

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AV AVC AVIP B/G BLR BTSC

Figure 3-1 Serial number (example) 3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair (CLR) If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on component level. If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging! 3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock. While some sources are expected to have a possible dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of limited current and are sometimes held in less regard. Always respect voltages. While some may not be dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation. It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution. B-TXT C CEC

CL CLR ComPair CP CSM CTI

CVBS DAC DBE DDC D/K DFI DFU DMR DMSD DNM

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uses 8 bit or 10 bit data words, and has a maximum data rate of 270 Mbit/s, with a minimum bandwidth of 135 MHz. Institutional TeleVision; TV sets for hotels, hospitals etc. Last Status; The settings last chosen by the customer and read and stored in RAM or in the NVM. They are called at start-up of the set to configure it according to the customer's preferences Latin America Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band I, L is all bands except for Band I LG.Philips LCD (supplier) Loudspeaker Low Voltage Differential Signalling Mega bits per second Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 4.5 MHz Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline-Stages; A RISC-based microprocessor Matrix Output Processor Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect Transistor, switching device Motion Pictures Experts Group Multi Platform InterFace MUTE Line Not Connected Near Instantaneous Compounded Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital sound system, mainly used in Europe. Negative Temperature Coefficient, non-linear resistor National Television Standard Committee. Color system mainly used in North America and Japan. Color carrier NTSC M/N= 3.579545 MHz, NTSC 4.43= 4.433619 MHz (this is a VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air) Non-Volatile Memory: IC containing TV related data such as alignments Open Circuit On Screen Display On screen display Teletext and Control; also called Artistic (SAA5800) Project 50: communication protocol between TV and peripherals Phase Alternating Line. Color system mainly used in West Europe (color carrier= 4.433619 MHz) and South America (color carrier PAL M= 3.575612 MHz and PAL N= 3.582056 MHz) Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB) Pulse Code Modulation Plasma Display Panel Power Factor Corrector (or Preconditioner) Picture In Picture Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g. FST tuning systems. The customer can give directly the desired frequency Point Of Deployment: a removable CAM module, implementing the CA system for a host (e.g. a TV-set) Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP Positive Temperature Coefficient, non-linear resistor Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB)

DTCP

DVB-C DVB-T DVD DVI(-d) E-DDC

EDID EEPROM EMI EPLD EU EXT FDS FDW FLASH FM FPGA FTV Gb/s G-TXT H HD HDD HDCP

HDMI HP I I2 C I2 D I2 S IF IR IRQ ITU-656

Digital Noise Reduction: noise reduction feature of the set Dynamic RAM Digital Rights Management Digital Signal Processing Dealer Service Tool: special remote control designed for service technicians Digital Transmission Content Protection; A protocol for protecting digital audio/video content that is traversing a high speed serial bus, such as IEEE-1394 Digital Video Broadcast - Cable Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestrial Digital Versatile Disc Digital Visual Interface (d= digital only) Enhanced Display Data Channel (VESA standard for communication channel and display). Using E-DDC, the video source can read the EDID information form the display. Extended Display Identification Data (VESA standard) Electrically Erasable and Programmable Read Only Memory Electro Magnetic Interference Erasable Programmable Logic Device Europe EXTernal (source), entering the set by SCART or by cinches (jacks) Full Dual Screen (same as FDW) Full Dual Window (same as FDS) FLASH memory Field Memory or Frequency Modulation Field-Programmable Gate Array Flat TeleVision Giga bits per second Green TeleteXT H_sync to the module High Definition Hard Disk Drive High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection: A key encoded into the HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded and connected via HDMI/DVI without the proper HDCP decoding, the picture is put into a snow vision mode or changed to a low resolution. For normal content distribution the source and the display device must be enabled for HDCP software key decoding. High Definition Multimedia Interface HeadPhone Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.0 MHz Inter IC bus Inter IC Data bus Inter IC Sound bus Intermediate Frequency Infra Red Interrupt Request The ITU Radio communication Sector (ITU-R) is a standards body subcommittee of the International Telecommunication Union relating to radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a. SDI), is a digitized video format used for broadcast grade video. Uncompressed digital component or digital composite signals can be used. The SDI signal is self-synchronizing,

ITV LS

LATAM LCD LED L/L'

LPL LS LVDS Mbps M/N MIPS

MOP MOSFET MPEG MPIF MUTE NC NICAM

NTC NTSC

NVM O/C OSD OTC P50 PAL

PCB PCM PDP PFC PIP PLL

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PWM QRC QTNR QVCP RAM RGB Pulse Width Modulation Quasi Resonant Converter Quality Temporal Noise Reduction Quality Video Composition Processor Random Access Memory Red, Green, and Blue. The primary color signals for TV. By mixing levels of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are reproduced. Remote Control Signal protocol from the remote control receiver RESET signal Read Only Memory Reduced Swing Differential Signalling data interface Red TeleteXT Service Alignment Mode Short Circuit Syndicat des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radiorcepteurs et Tlviseurs Serial Clock I2C CLock Signal on Fast I2C bus Standard Definition Serial Data I2C DAta Signal on Fast I2C bus Serial Digital Interface, see ITU-656 Synchronous DRAM SEequence Couleur Avec Mmoire. Color system mainly used in France and East Europe. Color carriers= 4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz Sound Intermediate Frequency Switched Mode Power Supply System on Chip Sync On Green Self Oscillating Power Supply Serial Peripheral Interface bus; a 4wire synchronous serial data link standard Sony Philips Digital InterFace Static RAM Service Reference Protocol Small Signal Board STand-BY 800 600 (4:3) Super Video Home System Software Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging Noise reduction 1280 1024 Thin Film Transistor Total Harmonic Distortion Transmission Minimized Differential Signalling TeleteXT Dual Window with TeleteXT User Interface Microprocessor 1600 1200 (4:3) V-sync to the module Video Electronics Standards Association 640 480 (4:3) Variable Level out: processed audio output toward external amplifier Vestigial Side Band; modulation method What You See Is What You Record: record selection that follows main picture and sound 1280 768 (15:9) Quartz crystal 1024 768 (4:3) Y Y/C YPbPr

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Luminance signal Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C) signal Component video. Luminance and scaled color difference signals (B-Y and R-Y) Component video

RC RC5 / RC6 RESET ROM RSDS R-TXT SAM S/C SCART

SCL SCL-F SD SDA SDA-F SDI SDRAM SECAM

SIF SMPS SoC SOG SOPS SPI

S/PDIF SRAM SRP SSB STBY SVGA SVHS SW SWAN SXGA TFT THD TMDS TXT TXT-DW UI uP UXGA V VESA VGA VL VSB WYSIWYR

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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter: 4.1 Service Positions 4.2 Cable Dressing and Taping 4.3 Assy/Panel Removal 4.4 Set Re-assembly Notes: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due to the different set executions.

4.1

Service Positions
For easy servicing of this set, there are a few possibilities created: The buffers from the packaging. Foam bars (created for Service).

4.1.1

Foam Bars The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can be used for all types and sizes of Flat TVs. See figure Figure 4-1 for details. Sets with a display of 42" and larger, require four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are always supporting the cabinet and never only the display. Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously damage the display! By positioning the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars, a stable situation is created to perform measurements and alignments. By placing a mirror under the TV, the screen can be monitored.

Required for sets 42"

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Figure 4-1 Foam bars

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Figure 4-2 Cable dressing and taping 32" model

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Figure 4-3 Cable dressing and taping 42" model


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4.3.7 LCD Panel Description below is based upon the 42" model with LG display. Disassembly method of other LCD panels is comparable to the one described below. See also Mechanical layout drawings. 4. Unplug and remove all cables. 5. Remove the Main Supply Panel and Small SIgnal Board as described earlier. 6. Remove all metal brackets that are mounted on the panel (be aware of the different screws used, see figure Used screws): Two VESA holder brackets at the top (screw #2). Two SSB holder brackets (screws #2 and #3). Two central holder brackets (screw #2). One PSU holder bracket (screw#1). 7. Remove the stand [1] (screw #5). 8. Remove the subframe of the stand [2] (screw #2). 9. Remove the brackets [3] (screw #3) that secure the LCD panel, and remove screws #4 at the bottom of the LCD. 10. The LCD panel can now be lifted from the front cabinet.

Assy/Panel Removal
Caution: It is mandatory to remount screws at their original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result in damaging the SSB. Refer to Figure 4-4 for details.

4.3.1

Rear Cover Warning/Notes: Disconnect the mains power cord before rear cover removal. It is not necessary to remove the stand while removing the rear cover. Re-use the original screws when re-assembling the TV. 1. Remove all screws of the rear cover. Important: Be sure to re-use the same screws when remounting the rear cover, as these screws have a 30 degrees thread instead of the common used 45 degrees thread. 2. Lift the rear cover from the TV. Make sure that wires and flat coils are not damaged while lifting the rear cover from the set.

4.3.2

Speakers Each speaker unit is mounted (in rubber) with two screws. When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.3.3

IR & LED Board 1. Remove the two screws that hold the assy. 2. Unplug the connector on the board (be aware of the connector lock). When defective, replace the whole unit.

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4.3.4

Key Board Control Panel 1. Remove the two screws that hold the assy. 2. Unplug the connectors on the board. When defective, replace the whole unit.

Figure 4-4 Used screws

4.3.5

Main Supply Panel 1. Unplug all connectors (be aware of the connector locks). 2. Remove the fixation screws (screw #1). 3. Take the board out. When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.3.6

Small Signal Board (SSB) 1. Unplug all connectors on the SSB. 2. Remove all screws (screw #1) that hold the board. 3. The SSB can now be taken out of the set, together with the side connector cover.

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VESA 2 0 0 *2 0 0 Panel b ra c k e t L IP B B u tto n S ID E AV b ra c k e t S S B b ra c k e t U Panel b ra c k e t R SSB

IP B b ra c k e t

IR - L e n s

2 * S pea ker

A C -In B ra c k e t

S ta n d

S S B b ra c k e t B
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Figure 4-5 Mechanical layout 32" model

42 Mechanical layout definition


VESA 4 0 0 *4 0 0 Panel b ra c k e t L IP B SSB IP B b ra c k e t B u tto n S ID E AV b ra c k e t S S B b ra c k e t B Panel b ra c k e t R S S B b ra c k e t U

IR - L E D

2 * Speaker

A C -In B ra c k e t

S ta n d b ra c k e t
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Figure 4-6 Mechanical layout 42" model

4.4

Set Re-assembly
To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse order.

Notes: While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed and connected in their original position. Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams in the set. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted correctly.

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Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: 5.1 Measurement Conditions 5.2 Service Modes 5.3 Service Tools 5.4 Error Codes 5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure (LAYER-2 codes) 5.6 Fault Finding and Repair Tips 5.7 Software Upgrading Contents of SAM (see also 6.4 Option Settings): Syst. Info. Giving overview of: Op. Hours. During the life time cycle of the TV, a life timer is kept. It counts the normal operation hours, not the Stand-by hours. The actual value of the life timer is displayed in SAM in decimal value. For every two startups the counter increases by one. Min. 5 digits are displayed in decimal digits. In detail: Every 2x cold start-ups, to display a picture, increases the counter by 1 (i.e. interrupt the mains supply 2x while the set is ON). Every 2x warm start-ups (from Stand-by), to display a picture, increases the counter by 1. Every hour of normal operating increases the counter by 1 (i.e. if a set is continue ON for 2 hours, then increase the counter by 2). Stand-by hours are NOT counted. Main SW ID. Displays the loaded main SW version. Error Code x (where x is 1 to 5). The most recent error is displayed at the upper position (for an error explanation see section 5.4 Error Codes). Clear Codes. When arrow right is pressed and then the OK button is pressed, the error buffer is reset. Options. Choosing the CTN will set the options, see also chapter 6.4 Option Settings. RGB Align. This will activate the alignments sub-menu. See chapter 6.3.2 White Point for more details. NVM Editor. This will give the opportunity to directly change values in the NVM by selecting the address and value. Use decimal values! See chapter 6.4 Option Settings. NVM Copy. For easy transfer of NVM settings: Copy to USB. To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick. See 5-1 USB Copy content. To upload the settings, press arrow right (or the OK button), confirm with OK and wait until OK appears. Now the settings are stored onto the USB stick can be used to download to another TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the software is running and if a picture is available. This method is created to be able to save the customers TV settings and to store them into another SSB. Copy from USB. To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV. Same way of working as with uploading. To make sure that the download of the channel list from USB to the TV is executed properly, it is necessary to restart the TV and tune to a valid preset if necessary. Table 5-1 USB Copy content
S/N NVM USB Copy content 1 2 Display settings Personal settings White RGB Point To be copied / Remarks alignment, Yes

5.1

Measurement Conditions
Perform measurements under the following conditions: Service Default Mode. Video: Color bar signal. Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right.

5.2

Service Modes
Note: For the new model range, a new remote control (RC) is used with some renamed buttons. This has an impact on the activation of the Service modes. For instance the old MENU button is now called HOME (or is indicated by a house icon). Service Default mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode (SAM) offer several features for the service technician, while the Customer Service Mode (CSM) is used for communication between the call centre and the customer. This chassis also offers the option of using ComPair, a hardware interface between a computer and the TV chassis. It offers the abilities of structured troubleshooting, error code reading, and software version read-out for all chassis. (see also section 5.3.1 ComPair).

5.2.1

Service Default Mode (SDM) Purpose To start the blinking LED procedure where only layer 2 errors are displayed (see also section 5.4 Error Codes). How to Activate SDM Use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code 0 6 2 5 9 6, directly followed by the MENU/HOME button. After activating this mode, SDM will appear in the upper right corner of the screen (when a picture is available). How to Navigate When the MENU (or HOME) button is pressed on the RC transmitter, the set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu (with the SDM mode still active in the background). How to Exit SDM Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.

5.2.2

Service Alignment Mode (SAM) Purpose To perform (software) alignments. To change option settings. To easily identify the used software version. To view operation hours. To display (or clear) the error code buffer. How to Activate SAM Via a standard RC transmitter: key in the code 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed by the i/INFO button.
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Channel List Options list AGC and AFC alignment HDCP key Model Software Version Option Code (used display) Codes SSB Display PSU

eg. Brightness, color, hue, Yes equalizer, band, head phone volume, child lock, time, picture format... Channel preset Option code SSB specific Yes Yes No. No. 22PFL1234D/10 TXM21E 1.00 009 011 000 000 000 000 996512312345 996512345678 996512311111 Yes Yes No. Read and display. yes No. Error detection No Yes Yes

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S/N NVM USB Copy content 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 NVM version PQ version HDCP key Signal Quality/Present Audio System Video Format Stand-by uP SW ID Supplier to advise NVM version Supplier to advise PQ version Valid Digital percentage and analog Yes/No. Detect and display Detect and display Detect and display To be copied / Remarks No. Read and display. S/N Description No. Read and display. No. Are measure results No. Are measure results No. Are measure results No. Are measure results No. Read and display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Model Number

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Explanation NVM read/write (max. 16 characters) Detect and Display SW version Store in NVM (panel code) Layer-2 error code. 12NC NVM read/write (12 characters) 12NC NVM read/write (12 characters) 12NC NVM read/write (12 characters) Detect and Display NVM version Detect and display (valid/invalid) Detect and display: Mono, Stereo, Nicam (signal dependent) Detect and display: signal dependent Detect and display.

Production Serial Nbr. NVM read/write (max. 16 characters) Software Version Option Code Codes SSB Display PSU NVM version HDCP key Audio System Video Format Stand-by uP SW ID

Tuner. This will activate the alignments sub-menu. See chapter 6.3.1 Tuner AGC (RF AGC Take Over Point Adjustment) for more details. Auto ADC. This will activate the alignments sub-menu. See chapter 6.3.3 Auto ADC for more details.

Signal Quality/Present Present / No signal

How to Navigate In SAM, the menu items can be selected with the Arrow up/down key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the screen, move the Arrow up/down key to display the next/previous menu items. With the Arrow Left/Right keys, it is possible to: (De) activate the selected menu item. (De) activate the selected sub menu. With the OK key, it is possible to activate the selected action. With the Menu/Home key, it is possible to go back to the previous selection. How to Exit SAM Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter. 5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM) Purpose When a customer is having problems with his TV-set, he can call his dealer or the Customer Helpdesk. The service technician can then ask the customer to activate the CSM, in order to identify the status of the set. Now, the service technician can judge the severity of the complaint. In many cases, he can advise the customer how to solve the problem, or he can decide if it is necessary to visit the customer The CSM is a read only mode; therefore, modifications in this mode are not possible When CSM is activated: A test pattern will be displayed during 3 s. This test pattern is generated by the MT822x video processor. So if this test pattern is shown, it could be determined that the back end video chain (MT822x, LVDS, and display) of the SSB is working. The LAYER 1 error is displayed via the blinking front LED. Only the latest error is displayed. See also section 5.4 Error Codes. How to Activate CSM Key in the code 123654 via the standard RC transmitter. Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user) menu on the screen! How to Navigate By means of the Arrow up/down button on the RC-transmitter, one can navigate through the menus.

Model Number. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this model type has to be rewritten to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. Production Serial Number. Displays the production code (the serial number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this production code has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee a in possibility to do this. Software Version. Displays the current main software version. In case of field problems that are related to software, this software can be upgraded. As it is consumer upgradeable, it will also be published on the Internet. Option Code. Gives the display codes as set in SAM. See also section 6.4 Option Settings. Codes. Gives the error code overview. See also table 5-3 Layer-2 code overview. SSB. Gives an identification of the SSB order code as stored in NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. Display. Shows the 12NC of the display. PSU. Shows the 12NC of the Power Supply Unit. NVM version. Displays the SW-version that is used in the NVM. HDCP key. Indicates of the HDMI keys (or HDCP keys) are valid or not. In case these keys are not valid and the consumer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality, the SSB has to be replaced. Signal Quality/Present. Displays the received signal quality or its presence. Audio System. Displays the received audio system. Video Format. Displays the received video format. Stand-by uP SW ID. Displays the current Stand-by Processor software version.

How to Exit CSM By pressing the MENU/HOME key, the OSD (i+) key, the Stand-by key or the power down button.

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5.4.1

Service Tools
ComPair Introduction ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips Consumer Electronics products. and offers the following: 1. ComPair helps to quickly get an understanding on how to repair the chassis in a short and effective way. 2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas. No knowledge on I2C or UART commands is necessary, because ComPair takes care of this. 3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP is working) and all repair information is directly available. 4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities. Specifications ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product. The ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via an USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the service connector(s). The ComPair fault finding program is able to determine the problem of the defective television, by a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive question/answer procedure. How to Connect This is described in the chassis fault finding database in ComPair.
TO TV
TO UART SERVICE CONNECTOR TO I2C SERVICE CONNECTOR TO UART SERVICE CONNECTOR

Error Codes
Introduction The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from top to bottom (or left to right), new errors are logged at the top/left side, and all other errors shift one position to the bottom/right. When an error occurs, it is added to the list of errors, provided the list is not full. When the error buffer is full, then the new error is not added, and the error buffer stays intact (history is maintained). To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the error is removed from the list after more than 50 hrs. of operation/ There is a simple blinking LED procedure for board level repair (home repair) the so called LAYER 1 errors, next to the existing errors which are LAYER 2 errors: LAYER 1 errors are one digit errors LAYER 2 errors are two digit errors. When is LAYER 1 or 2 available: In CSM mode: When entering CSM: error LAYER 1 will be displayed by blinking LED. Only the latest error is shown. In SDM mode: When SDM is entered via Remote Control code, LAYER 2 is displayed via blinking LED. Error display on screen: In CSM, no error codes are displayed on screen. In SAM, the complete error list is shown. If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In some situations, an error code is only the result of another error code and not the actual cause (e.g. a fault in the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection). In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before starting to repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the content, as this history can give significant information). This to ensure that old error codes are no longer present.

ComPair II RC in RC out

Multi function

Optional Power Link/ Mode Switch Activity

I2C

RS232 /UART

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PC

How to Read the Error Buffer Use one of the following methods: On screen via SAM (only when a picture is visible). E.g.: 000 000 000 000 000: No errors detected 017 000 000 000 000: Error code 17 is the last and only detected error. 015 017 000 000 000: Error code 17 was first detected and error code 15 is the last detected error. Via the Blinking LED procedure. Via ComPair.

ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge

HDMI I2C only

Optional power 5V DC

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Figure 5-1 ComPair II interface connection Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs will be blown! How to Order ComPair II order codes: ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020. Software is available via the Philips Service web portal. ComPair serial interface cable (using 3.5 mm Mini Jack connectors): 3138 188 75051. Note: When having problems, please contact the local support desk. 5.4.3

How to Clear the Error Buffer Use one of the following methods: By activation of the Clear Codes command in the SAM menu. With a normal RC, key in sequence 062599 followed by OK.

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5.4.4 Error Codes Take notice that some errors need several minutes before they start blinking or before they will be logged. So in case of problems wait 2 minutes from start-up onwards, and then check if the front LED is blinking or if an error is logged. Table 5-2 Layer 1 code overview
Code 2 3 Board SSB Platform supply (12V detection)

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The Blinking LED Procedure (LAYER-2 codes)


Introduction The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over time, an error buffer is available that is capable of storing the last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not working properly. Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure. The method is to repeatedly let the LED pulse with as many pulses as the error code number, followed by a time period of 1.5 seconds in which the LED is off. Then this sequence is repeated. E.g. error code 4 will result in four times the sequence LED on for 0.25 seconds / LED off for 0.25 seconds. After this sequence the LED will be off for 1.5 seconds. Any RC command terminates this sequence. Displaying the entire error buffer The entire error buffer can be displayed when service mode SDM is entered (by remote control command 062596<MENU>). When in protection, this sequence will not work, but than LAYER-1 error code should suffice. In order to avoid confusion with RC signal reception blinking, this blinking procedure is terminated when a RC command is received.

Table 5-3 Layer-2 code overview


Layer 2 Error error code Description 0 14 15 16 17 18 No Error General I2C Tuner Demodulator Detection Type Method N/A I2C Bus I2C Bus I2C Bus N/A Spontaneous blinking Remarks N/A Communication Error on I2C bus

Error Log Communication Error + blinking in SDM with Tuner Error Log Communication Error + blinking in SDM with TDA9886T Error Log Communication Error + blinking in SDM with Audio amplifier Spontaneous blinking Communication Error with EEPROM

Audio amplifier I2C Bus NVM EEPROM I2C Bus

5.5.2

How to Activate Use one of the following methods: Activate the CSM. The blinking front LED will show only the latest LAYER-1 error. Activate the SDM. The blinking front LED will show the entire contents of the LAYER-2 error buffer.

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Fault Finding and Repair Tips


Fault Finding Flow Charts

No Picture, no sound, no Back light, Fuse Broken

For P22 ,Pin 7~8 is 3.3V, OK?


NO

YES

For P22,pin10 is 3.3V , OK?


NO

YES

For P22,pin1 is 24V , OK?


NO

YES

Check main board DV10 &+3.3V OK?


YES

Check IPB

Check Q10, X5,IR_MCU,KEY, MCU_RESET,U8.

Check IPB

Check main board DDRV & AV12, OK?


YES

Check main board short_protect , oreset#,pwr_detect


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Figure 5-2 No picture, no sound, no backlight. Fuse broken.

No Picture, Back light & Sound OK

Check the 5V-IF voltage of . is it OK? Yes

No

Check the voltage of R48,U6

Yes

Replace R48 & U6

Check 33V is OK? No Is Q14,C184,C197 ,L54 shorted to earth?

Yes check the U2,Q13

No

check D2,R184,R178

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Figure 5-3 No picture. Backlight and sound okay.

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Picture OK, No sound


Check the voltage of U17.8~11,it 24v? Yes Check the voltage of U17.31 & U17.23,is it OK? Yes Check the wave of I2C&I2S OK? Yes Check U17.24,U17.21, U17.36 is 3.3V? Yes Check R & L speaker No Check the L103,L101,R361,R362 No Change the software of U10 No Check the Q24 &,is it OK? Yes Change the software of U10 & U8 No Check L139,L140

No Change the U17


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Figure 5-4 Picture okay, no sound.

No colour

Colour system is Right & another channel colour is right ?


No

Yes

Dose the TV signal too weak?

NO

Check the voltage of Z1.1 OK?


YES

NO

Check U2 & I2C

YES

Reset To Local system

Check Tuner Input cable & antenna

Check E2PROM U21


YES

Fine Frequency
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Figure 5-5 No color.

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5.7.4 Upgrade HDMI EDID NVM To upgrade the HDMI EDID, pin 7 of the EDID NVM [1] has to be short circuited to ground. See ComPair for further instructions.

Software Upgrading
Introduction It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the USB port. A description on how to upgrade the main software can be found in the DFU and below.

1 1

5.7.2

Main Software Upgrade In normal conditions, so when there is no major problem with the TV, the main software and the default software upgrade application can be upgraded with the upgrade.bin. This can also be done by the consumers themselves via the Software Update Assistant in the user menu (see DFU), but they will have to download their software from the commercial Philips website. How to upgrade (see also figure 5-9 User SW upgrade flowchart): 1. Copy the upgrade.bin file to the root of the USB stick. 2. Power off the TV and remove all memory devices. 3. Insert the USB stick that contains the downloaded software upgrade. 4. Switch on the TV, and activate the Main menu with the Menu/House key on the remote control. 5. In the Main menu, go to the Software update item. 6. Press OK key to go to the submenu. 7. Select Local updates in the submenu and press the OK key to enter the Software Update application. 8. You will be prompted to cancel or to proceed with the software updating. 9. To proceed, select Update and press the OK key to enter the next menu. In the next menu select Start and press OK key to start the software update. 10. Upgrading will now begin and the progress of the updating will be displayed. After the software updating is completed, the TV will automatically restart.

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Figure 5-6 HDMI-1 & HDMI-2 EDID NVM

5.7.3

Stand-by Software Upgrade In this chassis it is not possible to upgrade the Stand-by software via a USB stick or ComPair. Please order a preprogrammed device via the Philips Spare Part web portal.

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Figure 5-7 HDMI-side EDID NVM 5.7.5 Upgrade VGA EDID NVM To upgrade the VGA EDID NVM, pin 7 of the EDID NVM [2] has to be short circuited to ground. See ComPair for further instructions.

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Figure 5-8 VGA EDID NVM


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5.7.6 Main SW upgrade flowchart.

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A new er version of softw are is deceted. D o you w ant to update? C ancel Layout 1 U pgrade

Plug-in the U SB stick

Pow er on the set D etect U SB break in and check autorun file Enter into Setup M enu and active local upgrades Y

An equal/older version of softw are is detected . D o you w ant to proceed? N ote: Should be done only if necessary . C ancel Layout 2 U pgrade

N Valid auto -run file?

Y Please don t shut off the pow er T he softw are update m ay takes 3 to 5 m inutes Erasing... N Is U SB file version <= set SW End

N Is U SB file version > set SW

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Y D isplay U SB sw new er than the T V sw .Prom pt user to com firm See Layout 1

Please don t shut off pow er T he softw are update m ay takes 3 to 5 m inutes U pgrading...18%

D isplay U SB sw equal/older than the T V sw.Prom pt user to com firm

See Layout 2 Layout 4 N Proceed? Softw are update failed! W ould you like to try again Layout 5 Y T V auto erase and upgrade softw are See Layout 3 See Layout 4 Y Valid auto-run file N

D isplay upgrade progress

Set process w ith sw upgrade

If pow er drop during the upgrade procedure,dont rem ove the U SB portable m em ory

Power on TV T V w ill continue the upgrade as soon as pow er com es back .

T V auto restart the set, prom pt user to rem ove U SB

Y Successful ?

N Prom pt user to try again

See Layout 5 N EN D R etry? Y

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Figure 5-9 User SW upgrade flowchart

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6. Alignments
Index of this chapter: 6.1 General Alignment Conditions 6.2 Hardware Alignments 6.3 Software Alignments 6.4 Option Settings 6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB 6.3.1 Tuner AGC (RF AGC Take Over Point Adjustment) Purpose: To keep the tuner output signal constant as the input signal amplitude varies. The AGC alignment is done automatically (standard value: 12). Store settings and exit SAM 6.3.2 Perform all electrical adjustments under the following conditions: Power supply voltage (depends on region): AP-NTSC: 120 VAC or 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%). AP-PAL-multi: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%). EU: 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%). LATAM-NTSC: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%). US: 120 VAC / 60 Hz ( 10%). Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer with low internal resistance. Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to AUDIO_GND). Caution: It is not allowed to use heat sinks as ground. Test probe: Ri > 10 M, Ci < 20 pF. Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform alignments. 6.1.1 Alignment Sequence First, set the correct options: see also section Option codes Warming up (>15 minutes). Start the alignments. In case color analyzer can be used: Measure with a calibrated contactless color analyzer in the centre of the screen. Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a dark environment. Adjust the correct x,y coordinates by means of decreasing the value of one or two other white points to the correct x,y coordinates (see Table 6-1). Tolerance dx, dy: 0.004. Only the Cool color temperature needs to adjust. When finished, select Store in the RGB Align sub menu, and press OK on the RC to store the aligned values to the NVM. Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments. Table 6-1 White D alignment values
Value x y Cool (11000K) 0.278 0.278 Normal (9000K) 0.289 0.291 Warm (6500K) 0.314 0.319

6.1

General Alignment Conditions


White Point Press the Menu/Home button on the RC, and then select Picture. Set the picture settings as follows:
Personal Cool Off Off Off Off

Picture Setting Smart Picture Color Temperature Dynamic Contrast Dynamic Backlight Color Enhancement Light Sensor

Activate SAM mode and select RGB Align.

White point alignment LCD screens: Use a 100% white screen on HDMI-1 as input signal and set the following values: Color temperature: Cool. All R/G/B_Gain values to: 127. All R/G/B_Offset values to: 240.

6.2

Hardware Alignments
Not applicable.

6.3

Software Alignments
Put the set in SAM mode (see chapter 5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding). The SAM menu will now appear on the screen. Select the appropriate alignment and go to one of the sub menus with the arrow right button. The alignments are explained below. The following items can be aligned: Tuner AGC. White point. ADC calibration of VGA and YPbPr inputs. To store the data: When displayed, select Store in the related sub menu and press the OK button on the RC. Screen text will change from DO to OK Press the MENU/House button on the RC. Switch the set to Stand-by mode. For the next alignments, supply the following test signals via a video generator to the RF input: EU/AP-PAL models: a PAL B/G TV-signal with a signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 475.25 MHz US/AP-NTSC models: an NTSC M/N TV-signal with a signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 61.25 MHz (channel 3). LATAM models: an NTSC M TV-signal with a signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 61.25 MHz (channel 3).

In case no color analyzer is available, the default values can be used. This is the next best solution. The default values are average values coming from production. Select the Cool color temperature. Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values according to the values in the White tone default settings table. When finished, select Store in the RGB Align sub menu, and press OK on the RC to store the aligned values to the NVM. Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments. Table 6-2 White tone default settings
White Tone Color Temp Normal Cool Warm 174 151 R 32" G B R auto adjusted 168 167 auto adjusted 150 166 42" G B

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6.3.3 Auto ADC Purpose: For correct gray- and color scale values of the VGA and YPbPr inputs. How to align the VGA/PC input: 1. Provide a 1024 768 @ 60 Hz test signal with White/ Black squares to the VGA input. 2. Select Auto ADC in the SAM menu. 3. Press the Arrow right button on the RC. 4. Press OK on the RC. 5. Wait until OSD shows Auto ADC - OK. How to align the YPbPr inputs (CVI-1 and CVI-2): 1. Provide a 1024 768 @ 60 Hz test signal with 100% 8 step color bar to the YPbPr input. 2. Rest is the same as for the VGA input.

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6.5

Reset of Repaired SSB


When a repaired SSB will be used in an other TV, it is very important that the correct info is written into the NVM w.r.t. 12NC of the SSB, production serial number of the TV, 12NC of display and PSU, etc. To set all this, the ComPair tool can be used, or the NVM can be edited directly via the NVM editor (in SAM). Find below the addresses of these items. Use the decimal values. In case of a display replacement, reset the Operation hours to 0, or to the operation hours of the replacement display. Table 6-3 NVM addresses of reset items
Item Display code Production serial number SSB 12NC Display 12NC PSU 12NC Model Number Operational hours NVM Address (decimal) 3195 3196 - 3211 (16 bytes) 3212 - 3225 (16 bytes) 3228 - 3243 (16 bytes) 3244 - 3259 (16 bytes) 3260 - 3275 (16 bytes) ? (not available at the time of publishing)

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6.4.1

Option Settings
Introduction The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know which ICs to address, and what brand and type of display is used.

6.4.2

Display code Changing the display option code via a standard RC Key in the code 0 6 2 5 9 8 MENU x x x (where x x x is the 3 digit decimal display code of the used display *). Tips: Keep the RC close to the IR receiver, and make sure the LED blinks when entering a code. Key in all codes in one sequence, without pauses. If the above action is successful, the front LED will go out as an indication that the RC sequence was correct. After the display option is changed in the NVM, the TV will go to the Stand-by mode. If the NVM was corrupted or empty before this action, it will be initialized first (loaded with default values). This initializing can take up to 20 seconds.

Display Option Code

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MODEL: 32PF9968/10
PROD.SERIAL NO: AG 1A0620 000001

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Figure 6-1 Location of Display Option Code sticker (*) This display code can be found on the side sticker (see figure above) and/or on the rear sticker. 6.4.3 Option codes Select this sub menu to set all options at once by selecting the correct model number. The so-called Project ID represents a number of different options, all related to that model number. By toggling the arrow left/right buttons on the RC, the correct model number can be selected. After changing the option (or Project ID), save it by leaving the sub menu via the Menu/House button on the RC.
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Circuit Descriptions

7. Circuit Descriptions
Index of this chapter: 7.1 Introduction 7.3 Power Supply 7.2 Video and Audio Processing - MT822x MT8222 Mediatek Scaler IC. R8C11Renesas Stand-by microprocessor. TEDE8 Tuner. TDA9886 IF Demodulator. WM8501 D/A Converter. STA333BW Audio Amplifier.

Notes: Only new circuits (circuits that are not published recently) are described. Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due to different set executions. For a good understanding of the following circuit descriptions, please use the wiring, block (see chapter 9. Block Diagrams) and circuit diagrams (see chapter 10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts). Where necessary, a separate drawing for clarification is given.

Main differences with the TCM3.1A are the better performance of the video processor, an extra HDMI connector, and multimedia playback via the USB connector. 7.1.1 Architecture Overview For details about the chassis block diagrams refer to chapter 9. Block Diagrams. An overview of the MT8222 architecture can be found in Figure 7-1.

7.1

Introduction
Key components of this chassis are:

DC-DC 12V to 5V VCC ON OFF

POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR

MT22 BLOCK DIAGRAM_V0.2

R08C11 KEY POWER ON STANDBY IR

TX,RX

EEPROM M24C64MN

TUNER TDQG4-601A

SAW-D94 53D SAW-K72 70M

SIF TDA9 886T

VIF

I2C
TUNER I2C RX TX KEY BOARD KEY IR SCL SDA TV_CVBS SIF

ATV CVBS

PANEL

LVDS OUT

LVDS

MT8221/22R
ADC CVBS DECODER 3D COMB FILTER SCALER LVDS TRANSIMITER HDMI RECEIVER AUDIO DECODER Media playerMpeg2/4Divx AVIMp3,JpegRM Game
CVBS IN RGB IN FS FB

VIDEO OUT VIDEO SWITCH

FLASH 64Mbit

MEMOFR Y IF

CLASS D AMP AUDIO AMP for 19

I2S DAC R0/L0 OUT R1/L1 OUT R2/L2 OUT I2S IN TV CVBS OUT

DDR1

DDR IF

ADC

CRYSTAL RGB VSYNC HSYNC Y Pb Pr

AUDIO SWTICH

AUDIO AMP for 19

HDMI1

HDMI_Rx I2C

SPDIF OUT

CVBS IN

CVBS IN Y/C IN MONITOR OUT

USB IF

AUDIO SWITCH

EDID

Audio Amp

AUDIO IN BUS

EDID

EDID

EDID

CVBS RGB SCART1

CVBS Y/C SCART2


PC AUDIO

YPbPr

CVBS

RGB

HDM2 CEC

HDM3

SPDIF

AV IN

VGA

YPbPr

AV OUT

USB

HEAD PHONE

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Figure 7-1 Block diagram of MT822x

7.2

Video and Audio Processing - MT822x


The MediaTek MT822x is an ultra high integrated single chip for flat panel TV. It supports multimedia video/audio input and output format up to full HDTV. It includes an advanced 3D comb filter/TV decoder to retrieve the best image from popular composite signals and embedded HDTV/VGA decoders for high bandwidth input signals. The new 4th generation advanced motion adaptive and motion estimation de-interlacer converts accordingly the interlaced

video into a progressive one with overlay of a 2D graphic processor. Independent two flexible scalers provide wide adoption to various LCD panels for two different video sources at the same time. The on-chip audio processor decodes the analogue signals from the tuner with lip sync control, delivering high quality postprocessed sound effects to the audio amplifier stage. An on-chip microprocessor reduces the system BOM and shortens the schedule of UI design by high level C programming.

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Circuit Descriptions 7.3 Power Supply


All power supplies used in this chassis are a black box for Service. When defective, a new board must be ordered and the defective one must be returned, unless the main fuse of the board is broken. Always replace a defective fuse with one with the correct specifications! This part is available in the regular market. Consult the Service Spare Part portal for the order codes of these boards. Below some background info on the PSUs is given, to ease the troubleshooting process in case of power supply problems 7.3.1 Diversity The only type of power supply used in this platform is the Integrated Power Board (IPB) - incl. LCD backlight inverters. Below find an overview of the different PSUs that are used: Table 7-1 Supply diversity
Supplier TCL PSU IPL32L IPL42L Model 32" LG display 42" LG display 100 - 240 Vac Input Voltage Range

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7.3.2

IPL32L PSU Block Diagram

A C IN

EMC F ilte r circ u it

B rid g e re ctifie r F ilte r circ u it

S ta n d b y circ u it IC 3 / T2

3 .3 V

MCU PS - ON 1 2 V R e la y K 1 O p to co u p le r S t a rt u p S ig n a l

V CC B rid g e re ctifie r F ilte r circ u it P F C C irc u it IC 1 L1 PWM C irc u it IC 2 T1 24V

3 95V

12V o p er a ting v o lt a g e IN V E R TE R C o n tro l a n d d rivecirc u it BL-ON

C irc u it

T4 H V tr a n s fo rm e r

PDIM

H ig h Vo lta g e A C o u tp u t

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Figure 7-2 Block diagram IPL32L PSU Key Components The key component ICs are: Stand-by power supply IC: FSQ510 (Fairchild). PFC control IC: L6563 (ST). 24V PWM control IC: FA5571N (FUJI). Inverter high voltage control IC: OZ9976 (O2). Control Signals Table 7-2 Control signals
Control signal PS-ON BL_ON DIMP Comments 3.3V >= ON >= 2.0V 0.7V >= OFF >= 0V 5.0V >= ON >= 2.0V 1.0V >= OFF >= 0V High level: 2V ~ 5.0V Low level: 0V ~ 0.7V Output AC power output ON AC power output OFF The inverter is working The inverter is switched OFF HD: OPC dimming, 140Hz FHD: PWM, 103.4Hz

It should be noted that for different display manufacturers, different PSUs can be used. When ordering a new PSU, always check which LCD panel is used in the set, and order the correct PSU!

Output Characteristics Table 7-3 Output characteristics


Output Voltage Tolerance Min. current Max. current +3V3(STB) 24V +/- 3% +/- 5% 5 mA 0.2 A 200 mA 2.0 A Load regulation +/- 5% +/- 5%

Fault Finding
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C B 1 v o lt a g e no rm a l? Y Check S t a nd b y IC , f eed b a c k, tr a n s f o rm er f a il u re s , etc . F au lt m o v em ent

F us e i s o p en W hether the b rid g e rec tif ier c irc u it Y A ttentio n : a l s o c hec k the P F C a nd P W M c o ntro l, s u c h as w hether the MOS s ho rt-c irc u it in o rd er to rep l a c e the F us e and B rid g e. P W M IC , f eed b a c k, tr a n s f o rm er f a il u re s , etc . N

Figure 7-3 Fault finding diagram IPL32L PSU


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7.

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Circuit Descriptions

IPL42L PSU Block Diagram


D IM

P F C o u tp u t 395V AC In p u t
R e la y

P F C IC L6562A ( ST)
B L-O N

IN V E R T E R IC OZ9926A (O2)
E NA B LE

+H V -H V

S w itc h c o n tro l Vo lt a g e D e te c t

P S -O N

P W M P ow er S u pply IC FA 5571 (F U JI) S T B P ow er S u pply IC F S Q 510 (FA IR C H ILD

24V

3 .3 V

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Figure 7-4 Block diagram IPL42L PSU Key Components The key component ICs are: Stand-by power supply IC: FSQ510 (Fairchild). PFC control IC: L6562 (ST). 24V PWM control IC: FA5571N (FUJI). Inverter high voltage control IC: OZ9926 (O2). Control Signals Table 7-4 Control signals
Control signal PS-ON BL_ON Burst dimming freq. / duty PWM Dimming Comments 5.0V >= ON >= 2.0V 1.0V >= OFF >= 0V 5.0V >= ON >= 2.0V 1.0V >= OFF >= 0V High level: 2V ~ 5.0V Low level: 0V ~ 0.7V Output AC power output ON AC power output OFF The inverter is working The inverter is switched OFF

100 - 200 Hz / 10 - 100%

Output Characteristics Table 7-5 Output characteristics


Output Voltage Tolerance Min. current Max. current +3V3 24V +/- 5% +/- 5% 5 mA 0.5 A 300 mA 2.5 A Load regulation +/- 5% +/- 5%

Fault Finding Normal PSU working order: Connect the AC power plug. The 3.3V Stand-by power supply (Stand-by uP U801) will start. This is a single-ended flyback regulator. For a good functioning of this part, check the availability of 1.25V on U803 (TL431). On connector P802, signal line PS_ON will go high (3V3) and relay K801 will be activated. Also capacitors C811/C812 will be charged, supplying IC806 with electricity. This will start the PFC circuit and generate the +24 V control. Now, IC805 will start, and will generated the 24V output. On connector P802, signal DIM sets the PWM dimming status. On connector P802, when signal BL-ON goes high, the high voltage Inverter (IC901, OZ9926A) will start.

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IC Data Sheets

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8. IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter: 8.1 Diagram B01, LD1117 (IC U4) 8.2 Diagram B01, RT8110 (IC U13) 8.3 Diagram B01, MP1593 (IC U14) 8.4 Diagram B01, PQ1CX41 (IC U20) 8.5 Diagram B02, MX25L3205 (IC U10) 8.6 Diagram B02, MT8222 (IC U11) 8.7 Diagram B03, RT9199 (IC U1) 8.8 Diagram B04, TDA9885 (IC U2) 8.9 Diagram B07, WM8501 (IC U9) 8.10 Diagram B09, RC4558 (IC U26/U37) 8.11 Diagram B09, LM833D (IC U27) 8.12 Diagram B10, STA333BW (IC U17) This chapter shows the internal block diagrams and pin configurations of ICs that are drawn as black boxes in the electrical diagrams (with the exception of memory and logic ICs).

8.1

Diagram B01, LD1117 (IC U4)

Block Diagram LD1117DT

Pin Configuration

DPAK

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Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets

Diagram B01, RT8110 (IC U13)

Block Diagram
DRIVE VCC VCC V CC Regulator 0.8V REF 0.5V
+

PowerOn Reset POR UVP Soft-Start and Fault Logic S1L OC

IOC
+ + PH_M

R OC PHASE

SSE
+ +Gm -

1.5V UGATE BOOT LGATE GND

SS EO
+ + -

FB

PWM

Gate Control Logic

VCC

Oscillator

Pin Configuration

(TOP VIEW)
PHASE UGATE LGATE 5 4 VCC GND 6 3 FB

8 1 BOOT

7 2 DRIVE

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Figure 8-2 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets 8.3 Diagram B01, MP1593 (IC U14)

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EN 27

Block Diagram
IN 2 INTERNAL REGULATORS OSCILLATOR SLOPE COMP 40/385KHz + CLK + S R 0.7V EN 7 -2.3V/ 2.6V -SHUTDOWN COMPARATOR LOCKOUT COMPARATOR 1.8V + + -4 GND -Q Q 3 M2 SW -1 M1 BS CURRENT SENSE AMPLIFIER +

5V

CURRENT COMPARATOR

FREQUENCY FOLDBACK COMPARATOR

--

0.7V 5

1.22V FB

ERROR AMPLIFIER 6 COMP 8 SS

Pin Configuration
TOP VIEW

BS IN SW GND

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

SS EN COMP FB

EXPOSED PAD ON BACKSIDE CONNECT TO PIN 4


Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets

Diagram B01, PQ1CX41 (IC U20)

Block Diagram

Pin Configuration

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Figure 8-4 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets 8.5 Diagram B02, MX25L3205 (IC U10)

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EN 29

Block Diagram
additional 4Kb

Address Generator

X-Decoder

Memory Array

SI

Data Register Y-Decoder SRAM Buffer Sense Amplifier HV Generator SO Output Buffer

CS#, ACC, WP#,HOLD#

Mode Logic

State Machine

SCLK

Clock Generator

Pin Configuration
PIN DESCRIPTION
16-PIN SOP (300 mil) SYMBOL CS# DESCRIPTION Chip Select

HOLD# VCC NC PO2 PO1 PO0 CS# SO/PO7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

SCLK SI PO6 PO5 PO4 PO3 GND WP#/ACC

SI Serial Data Input SO/PO7(1) Serial Data Output or Parallel Data output/input SCLK HOLD#(2) WP#/ACC Clock Input Hold, to pause the serial communication (HOLD# is not for parallel mode) Write Protection: connect to GND; 12V for program/erase acceleration: VCC GND PO0~PO6 NC connect to 12V + 3.3V Power Supply Ground Parallel data output/input (PO0~PO6 can be connected to NC in serial mode) No Internal Connection

Note: 1. PO0~PO7 are not provided on 8-LAND SON package. 2. HOLD# is recommended to connect to VCC during parallel mode.
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Figure 8-5 Internal block diagram and pin configuration


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IC Data Sheets

Diagram B02, MT8222 (IC U11)

CVBS / SV (x8) (Customer) External Switches YPbPr (x2) VGA HDMIx3

Analog Front End ADC ADC ADC ADC 8032 3D TVD HDTVD
MUX

Main Path MDDi DS PIP Path MDDi DS


DRAM

VGAD

Digital Path Control Signal (GPIO, ) LVDS Merge LVDS Tx Gamma Dithering Color Color

OSD US US DSP

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Figure 8-6 Internal block diagram and pin configuration


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IC Data Sheets 8.7 Diagram B03, RT9199 (IC U1)

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EN 31

Block Diagram
VCNTL VIN

Current Limit Thermal Protection

REFEN

Pin Configuration
(TOP VIEW)
VIN GND REFEN VOUT 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 VCNTL VCNTL VCNTL VCNTL

VIN GND REFEN VOUT 2 3 4 GND

SOP-8 (Exposed Pad)


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Figure 8-7 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

+
EA VOUT

GND

SOP-8
8 7 6 5 NC NC VCNTL NC

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IC Data Sheets

Diagram B04, TDA9885 (IC U2)

Block Diagram
VIF-PLL filter CVAGC pos
(1)

external reference

crystal

or VPLL 19 REF 15

4 MHz AFC 21

TOP TAGC 9 14 CAGC neg

VAGC 16 CBL

TUNER AGC

VIF-AGC

RC VCO

DIGITAL VCO CONTROL

AFC DETECTOR

VIF2 2 VIDEO TRAPS VIF1 1 VIF-PLL 4.5 to 6.5 MHz 17 CVBS video output 2 V (p-p) [1.1 V (p-p) without trap

TDA9885 TDA9886
8 AUD SIF2 24 SIF1 23 SINGLE REFERENCE QSS MIXER/ INTERCARRIER MIXER AND AM-DEMODULATOR MAD SUPPLY SIF-AGC OUTPUT PORTS I2C-BUS TRANSCEIVER NARROW-BAND FM-PLL DETECTOR 6 AFD CAF AUDIO PROCESSING AND SWITCHES 5 DEEM de-emphasis network

CAGC 20 VP 18 AGND 13 n.c. 3 OP1 22 OP2 11 SCL 10 SDA 7 12 4 FMPLL

DGND SIOMAD

(1) Not connected for TDA9885.

sound intercarrier output and MAD select

FM-PLL filter

Pin Configuration

VIF1 1 VIF2 2 OP1 3 FMPLL 4 DEEM 5 AFD 6 DGND 7 AUD 8 TOP 9 SDA 10 SCL 11 SIOMAD 12

24 SIF2 23 SIF1 22 OP2 21 AFC 20 VP

TDA9885 TDA9886

19 VPLL 18 AGND 17 CVBS 16 VAGC(1) 15 REF 14 TAGC 13 n.c.


G_16510_

Figure 8-8 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets 8.9 Diagram B07, WM8501 (IC U9)

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EN 33

Block Diagram

Pin Configuration

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Figure 8-9 Internal block diagram and pin configuration


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IC Data Sheets

8.10 Diagram B09, RC4558 (IC U26/U37)

Block Diagram
SCHEMATIC (EACH AMPLIFIER)
VCC+

IN IN+

OUT

VCC

Pin Configuration

(TOP VIEW)

1OUT 1IN 1IN+ VCC

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

VCC+ 2OUT 2IN 2IN+


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Figure 8-10 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets 8.11 Diagram B09, LM833D (IC U27)

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EN 35

Pin Configuration

Output 1

VCC Output 2

Inputs 1
3 2 6

Inputs 2
5

VEE

(Top View)
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Figure 8-11 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets

8.12 Diagram B10, STA333BW (IC U17)

Block Diagram
SCL SDA CONFIG

SA

I2C
OUT1A OUT1B

SDI LRCKI BICKI

POWER
Serial Data Input Channel mapping
CONTROL

OUT2A OUT2B

STATUS
RESET INT LINE PWDN

EQ, Tone, Volumes Processor

DDX3A DDX3B DDX4A/TWARNEXT DDX4B/EAPD

XTI

PLL
PLL_FILTER

Pin Configuration
GND_SUB SA TEST MODE VSS VCC_REG OUT2B GND2 VCC2 OUT2A OUT1B VCC1 GND1 OUT1A GND_REG Vdd CONFIG OUT3B/DDX3B OUT3A/DDX3A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 Vdd_DIG GND_DIG SCL SDA INT_LINE RESET SDI LRCKI BICKI XTI PLL_GND PLL_FILTER PLL_Vdd POWRDN GND_DIG VDD_DIG TWARN/OUT4B EAPD/OUT4A
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Figure 8-12 Internal block diagram and pin configuration


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

E KEYBOARD
P601 P602
1. ADIN1 2. LED-WHITE 3. LED-RED 4. GND 5. IR 6. 3.3VSB 3.3V IR_IN GND LED-RED GPIO_11 KEY ADIN1

CONTROL

TO BACKLIGHT

P1
1. ADIN1 2. LED2 3. LED1 4. GND 5. IR 6. +5V

9. Block Diagrams

WIRING DIAGRAM 32" (P&S)

Wiring Diagram 32" (P&S)

IR LED PANEL

P3
1. HV2 2. HV2

MAIN POWER SUPPLY IPB


P4
1. HV1 2. HV1

Block Diagrams

RIGHT SPEAKER
P1
3. N 1. L

P2

11. DIM 9. COM 7. +3.3VSB 5. COM 3. COM 1 +24V

T3.15A

INLET

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12. BL_ON 10. P_ON 8. N.C. 6. COM 4. +24V 2. +24V

9. EN 37

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LCD DISPLAY

B
SSB

P22 (B01) 11. BP-ADJ 9. GND 7. 3.3/5VSB 5. GND 3. GND 1. +24/12V

12. PB-ON/OFF 10. PW-ON 8. 3.3/5VSB 6. GND 4. +24/12V 2. +24/12V

LEFT SPEAKER
P25 (B10)
1. 2. 3. 4. OUT_LOUT_L+ OUT_R+ OUT_R-

P17 (B10) 1. LVDSVDD 3. LVDSVDD 5. GND 7. GND 9. E4P 11. E3P 13. ECKP 15. E2P 17. E1P 19. EOP 21. DCR 23. NC 25. VBR EX 27. O4P 31. O3P 33. O2P 35. O1P 37. O0P 39. GND

2. LVDSVDD 4. LVDSVDD 6. GND 8. GND 10. E4N 12. E3N 14. ECKN 16. E2N 18. E1N 20. E0N 22. SEL LVDS 24. BIT SEL 27. VBR OUT 29. O4N 33. O3N 35. O3P 21. O1N 38. O0N 40. GND

P15 (B11)
7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. ADIN1 KEY GPIO_11 LED_RED GND OIRI_IN 5VSB

TO BACKLIGHT

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

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

E KEYBOARD
P601 P602
3.3V IR_IN GND LED-RED GPIO_11 KEY ADIN1 ADIN1 GPIO_11 LED-RED GND IR_IN 3.3V

CONTROL

TO BACKLIGHT

J
IR LED PANEL

WIRING DIAGRAM 42" (P&S)

P1
1. ADIN1 2. LED2 3. LED1 4. GND 5. IR 6. +5V

Wiring Diagram 42" (P&S)

P902
1. HV2 2. HV2

A
P901
1. HV1 2. HV1

RIGHT SPEAKER MAIN POWER SUPPLY IPB


P801
P802
11. DIM 9. COM 7. +3.3VSB 5. COM 3. COM 1 +24V

Block Diagrams

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INLET
3. N 1. L

T5.0A

12. BL_ON 10. P_ON 8. N.C. 6. COM 4. +24V 2. +24V

9. EN 38

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LCD DISPLAY

SUB WOOFER

B
SSB

P22 (B01) 11. BP-ADJ 9. GND 7. 3.3/5VSB 5. GND 3. GND 1. +24/12V

12. PB-ON/OFF 10. PW-ON 8. 3.3/5VSB 6. GND 4. +24/12V 2. +24/12V

LEFT SPEAKER
P23 (B10) 1. N.C. 2. SUBW3. SUBW+ P25 (B10)
1. 2. 3. 4. OUT_LOUT_L+ OUT_R+ OUT_R-

P17 (B10) 1. LVDSVDD 3. LVDSVDD 5. GND 7. GND 9. E4P 11. E3P 13. ECKP 15. E2P 17. E1P 19. EOP 21. DCR 23. NC 25. VBR EX 27. O4P 31. O3P 33. O2P 35. O1P 37. O0P 39. GND

2. LVDSVDD 4. LVDSVDD 6. GND 8. GND 10. E4N 12. E3N 14. ECKN 16. E2N 18. E1N 20. E0N 22. SEL LVDS 24. BIT SEL 27. VBR OUT 29. O4N 33. O3N 35. O3P 21. O1N 38. O0N 40. GND

P15 (B11)
7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. ADIN1 KEY GPIO_11 LED_RED GND OIRI_IN 5VSB

TO BACKLIGHT

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Block Diagrams

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EN 39

Block Diagram
BASS YPBPR2 RF IN YPBPR1 I2C Y/C GAME PORT

SCART2-OPTION
I2S

STA335BW

SPEAKER

12V-52"6A AV3

RESET

AV4

ADDRESS

LED VGA H/V KEY IR MODE

EN25B32 24C32

AC~220V

RT9199 DDR SDRAM


DATA CVBSOUT

MT8222/21

CEC RESET MUTE POWER/ON SERVICE

R8C/11

RT916 6

3.3VSB

switch

POWER_PROTECK 12V/5VPANEL-1~2A

SHORT_PROTECK
HV AC2KV

CPU 5VRF-200mA

LD1117
5.2VM- 4A

3.3V 12V 5.2VM SHORT_PROTECK

5VUSB-2A

CONFINE

SCART1
2.6VDDR-500mA

DC-DC RT8110+ MOS LD1117


DELAY

5VRF

1.1V

1.2V

12VM

2.6VDDR

HDMI1 ESD

3.3V-500mA

edid RC4558 edid

1.2V-200mA

LD1117

LD1117
1.1V-500mA

PQ1CX41

HDMI2

RC4558
inductance

LCD PANEL

HDMI3

edid

EDID VGA AVOUT HEADPHONE USB1 USB2


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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

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10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Main Power Supply (32")
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

A1
F

Power Supply Unit (32" Full HD)

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Layout 32" PSU (Top)

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Layout 32" PSU (Bottom)

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

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EN 43

Main Power Supply (42")


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

A1
F

Power Supply Unit (42")


Z125 I

D811 RL255 3A/600V

D812 RL255 3A/600V

Z41 I

Z128 I

!
L809
3

P801 3 N 2 1 L

!
L808
3 4

!
C823 0.47U

C845
3

! !
R836 NC
2 1 4
Z26 I

VBUS

!
D804 US10KB80R

C808 0.47U

C809 0.47U
6

L801 D818 BYV29-600


7 5

!
Z2 I

!
F801 5.0A 250VAC

LIF-JLB1359

470P

R830 560V
4 1

C828 0.22U
2

R860 5R T C830 0.047U

VBUS

! !
AGND C843 470P

L804

Z27 I

N1 N2

~ -

8 9

PGND

PGND

!
C840 120U 450V C840A 120U 450V

3 10 2 11 12

Z44 I

Z3 2

PGND
1 2 2 1 2 2 1

Z5 Z6 Z11 Z12 I I I I

Z3 I

PGND PGND

PGND K801A
Z43 I

3V
4

PGND
Z7 Z8 Z9 Z10 I I I I

K801
3 4

R814 510K

R815 510K R841 39K R804 10R

C811 1U

L807 4700UH PGND

D822 4148WS

R812 1M 510K R813

C825 0.1U 400V

R817 4R7

C812 1U

Z36 I

Z38 I

Q802 SK3568 12A/500V

PGND
Z42
I

PGND

Z40 I

C B

Z3 7 I

R807 47R R806 47R R805 10R

D808 1N4007

! !
R822 4R7

R811 1M

R861 470K

Z29 I

Q805 E 2222AL U806 L6562A


Z 35 I

Z39 I

E
Q801 SK3568 12A/500V C833 220P

D815 1N4007

R810 1M

R847 12K7

1U C816 R848 12K C814 0.1U 1 2 3


Z30 I

INV COMP MULT CS

VCC GD GND ZCD

8 7 6 5

Q809 2907AL
Z34 I

PGND

D802 18V PGND PGND

R872 100R

R839 27K R837 0.15R

Z28 I

PGND
Z33 I

PGND PGND

Z31 I

R840 22K

C817 0.01U 50V C815 680P R886 1K

PGND

PGND

PGND

Z127 I

VC
E B C

C822 0.1U Q811 2907AL

D816 1N4007

R885 4K7

PGND
Z124 I

!
1
Z45 I

Q808 BC847A
E C

Z123 I

R820 75R

HOT COLD
Z18 I

R868 10K
Z118 I

3 U802 PS2561

2 R829 100R AGND

Z46 I

R881 470R

P_ON

R863 0R R887 27K

PGND

C837 0.01U

Z47 I

BL_ON
Z16 I

C801 47P

R888 39K R827 4K7

Z120 I

Z121 I

AGND D829 FR104 R835 10M

PGND

PGND R826 4K7 C835 0.1U C802 10U 25V PGND 8 7 6 5


Z73 I

C847 NC

C826 0.022U
Z126 I

R858 47K R873 47R PGND

C844 1000P AGND


T801

! !
Z48 I

AGND

R875 4K7

R874 47K DIM


Z17 I

P802 11 9 7 12 10 8 6 4 2 AGND

D806 YG902C

AGND +3.3VSB/0.2A

Z119

5 3 1

U805 FA5571N 1 2 3 C824 1000P 4 ZCD FB IS GND VH NC VCC OUT PGND R871 68R R849 10R D828 4148WS PGND
Z129 I

3
7

1 2

6
ND

PGND

D810 RL255
Z130 I Z122 I

9
NS

L802 VAL?
Z131 I

C827 1000P

R808 100R

L803
Z20 I Z19 I

L806 2.2UH

+24V/2A

Z14 I

3
NP2

10

Q803 P7NK80 D805 18V R866 27K C807 330P

2
NP1

NS'

11

PGND

12

C804 1000U 35V

C805 1000U 35V

R823 3K3

R821 3K3

R824 3K3

R876 10K
B

R870 1K

PGND

!
4 1

Q807 BC847A
E

C829 470U 35V

Z117 I

PGND

R877 1K

D824 FR104

AGND

Z49 I

AGND

R802 220K

Z50 I

AGND AGND

C832 470P

R856 NC

R859 0.33R

Z51 I

3 PGND
Z116 I

PGND

PGND U803 PS2561

R845 1K
Z52 I

R843 4K7 C813 0.1U R842 10K

C836 0.47U 160V R844 20K AGND AGND

D819 4148WS

C821 0.1U
Z13 I Z22 I Z21 I

PGND

AGND AGND AGND AGND

3 1 2

Z53 I

U808 TL431

R846A 4K7

R846 4K7

Z4 I

AGND

! !
B
PGND
Z115
I

AGND

AGND

C806 4U7 450V

R819 22K

R862 390K

C841 1500P
Z110 I

R825 2R7 R809 10R R801 2R7 PGND


T802
5 GND
Z109 I

C842 220P AGND D809 SR160


6
Z111 I

R803 22K D813 HER108 U801 1 2 PGND 3 4 GND1 GND2 VFB SYNC FSQ510 D803 20V C819 0.1U VCC VSS D 8 7 6 5
Z106 I Z105 I

Z67 I

L805 NC

B
Z15 I

ND 4 16V 7

C839 NC C838 470U 16V VOL?

VC D814 FR104 R865 4R7

!
Z108 I

D807 4V7

2 DRAIN NP 1 VC+

NS

AGND
10

AGND

D801 5V6

C818 0.022U

R867 1K

R850 200R AGND AGND

C803 22U 50V

PGND R855 27K R880 6K8

!
U804 4 1

PGND

PGND PGND
Z25 I

PGND

PGND

R853 5K1
Z112 I

R853A 240K

Z107 I

R838 1K2 R854 10K C820 0.15U

R864 6K8

D820 4148WS

3 PS2561

Z114 I

Z1 I

PGND

PGND

PGND

U807 TL431_1V25
1 2

Z113 I

R852 3K

AGND AGND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 44

Main Power Supply (42")


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

A2
F

Power Supply Unit (42")

R941 0R VBUS R912 100R R902 4R7 +24V/2A


R926 2K2
C B
Z54 I

Z92 I

D904 4148WS

Z94 I

R948 10R
E

Z93 I

C908 1U

R925 100R Q920 2N7002 HDR2

Q908 BT3904
E
Z61 I 6 GND1 ND 5 Z91 I

R911 10K

R949 1K

Q916 BT3906
C

Q901 SK3561

!
2

T904
P901 2

Z55 I

Z24 I

E B C

Q911 BT3906

VCC

AGND

DRAIN

GND NS

2 NP

AGND

10

VC+

R923 100R

Z95 I

D903 4148WS

Z96 I

R947 10R
E

Q902 SK3561
Z97 I

C901 33P

T901

R908 2K2

R909 100R Q915 2N7002

R910 10K
Z86 I

Z56 I

Z62 I

C906 0.022U

E B C

PGND

2
D907 4148WS

Z85 I

R942 100R
Z88 I

C905 0.022U

LDR2 AGND R913 100R


C
Z98 I Z100 I

R951 10R Q917 BT3906

Z101 I

AGND Q904 SK3561

C902 33P P902

R904 2K2

R905 100R Q913 2N7002

Q905 BT3904
E B
Z60 I

C931 0.022U

Q910 BT3906

C913 470P

C930 0.022U

Q907 BT3904

C911 1U

R946 1K

Q919 BT3906

Z84 I

Z87 I

Z57 I

E B C

Q909 BT3906
6 GND1 ND 7 VCC 4 5

R914 10K
Z99 I

R950 1K

4
R975 200R R973 200R R935 200R R937 200R R936 200R R920 200R AGND R944 10K 2

Z23 I

2 1

D916 BAV70L 1 3

HDR1 AGND

0.47U C912 D908 4148WS Q903 SK3561


Z104 I

DRAIN

T903

R938 200R R939 200R R940 200R

GND NS

2 NP

10

VC+

R922 100R

Z102 I

Z103 I

R952 10R

R907 2K2

R906 100R Q914 2N7002 LDR1

Q906 BT3904
E
Z59 I

R945 10K

C910 1U

T902

Z58 I

Q918 BT3906

Y3
1 2

Z63 I

E B C

R917 10K

R953 1K

R916 200R

Z89

AGND

Q912 BT3906

C903 0.47U

AGND

PGND

HOT COLD

R921 220R R971 200R R974 200R R960 200R R959 200R

R919 220R R970 200R R972 200R R963 200R R961 200R D901 4148WS AGND
Z90 I

R954 100R

AGND

U901 1

C
C907 1U HDR2 AGND
I Z64

LX2 HDR2 BST2 LDR1 LDR2 GNDA RPT CT SYNC LCT PDIM VSEN_POL
OZ9926A

LX1 HDR1 BST1 VREF VIN ENA ADIM UVLS OVPT

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
Z76 I Z75 I

2 3

AGND

Z72 I

R964 2K2

HDR1 R901 56R +24V/2A

AGND LDR1
Z65 I

VREF C914 1U C909 0.47U AGND

Z74 I

4 5 6

AGND

LDR2 2 R977 75K RW977 2K 1 3

Z66 I

D913 BAV70L AGND BL_ON C923 0.1U R932 56K C922 0.01U AGND
Z77 I Z82 I

1 3

C921 1000P

AGND R957 75K


(56K For AUO)

7 8

B
C917 220P C917A 47P

R956 47K
I Z68

R969 47K (39K For AUO)

AGND

AGND

9
R934 33K

10 11

AGND DIM R882 1K

AGND
Z69 I

TIMER 15 SSTCMP 14 ISEN 13

R927 4K7

D905 4148WS

Z78 I

R962 750K D909 4148WS

C915A 0.47U

C915 1U

VREF R968 47K C927 4700P


Z80 I Z81 I

C924 0.01U

R930 NC

R928 10K

12

AGND
3
Z83 I

AGND

Z79 I

C B

R903 4K7

Q924 BT3906
C

R967 10K

Q922 BT3904
B

R966 4K7

1
E

AGND

AGND

AGND
Z70 I

R915 2K2

Z71 I

C918 4700P

R931 10K

C916 0.047U

R958 1K8
(2k4 For AUO)

RW978 470R AGND R978 1K8

Q923 BT3904 D902 4148WS

R918 4K7

R976 4K7

AGND

AGND

R924 100K

C920 0.022U

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

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10.

EN 45

Layout 42" PSU (Top)

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 46

Layout 42" PSU (Bottom)

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 47

SSB: DC/DC
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B01
F

DC - DC
12_M 12/24V_AUDIO Z159 T +3V3 5V_M1 +24/12V 2 Z8 +24/12V C137 4 5VSB 1000P GND 6 3 . 3 /5V S B R106 8 100R GND PW-ON SW 10 BL-ON/OFF PB-ON/OFF 12 L58 Z5 T 120R C144 0.1U C135 C543 1000P 1000P 12_M1 Z143 T +24/12V 1 3 5 3.3/5VSB 7 GND 9 11 C139 0.1U T Z7 GND C555 47U 6V3 C143 1U R114 4K7 Q8 BT3904 GND
C B E

12_M

L25 200R L24 200R D9 LL4148 5V_M +3V3 R104 22K C164 0.1U U13 RT8110 1 2
C B

P22

R708 0R 12_M1 R6 0R C132 1000P R2 0R NC

R7 0R NC C167 0.1U C6 4U7 16V

GND GND

GND

5VSB

5V_OUTSIDE C101 1000U R11 0R NC 5V_M L23 200R L22 200R C165 0.1U R124 1K2 R129 220R Z15 T

about 1mm 8 7 6 5
G2 4 S2 3 G1 2 S1 1

R453 1K R452 4K7 R128 1K


B E

Z243

R103 0R

GND

VBR_OUT R110 1K R8 10K NC

BOOT PHASE DRIVE UGATE FB VCC GND LGATE

Q1 D13N03LT
D2B 5 D2A 6 D1B 7 D1A 8

VBR_EXT

GND

R451 NC 4K7

R115 100R
C

L59 120R

Z4 T

PB-ADJ

GND BL-ADJUST

L60 120R D8 LL4148

3 4

L15 15UH

GND C100 1000U 16V C7 4U7

UP34

Q9 BT3904

R111 0R R109 22K R249 100R

Q3 BT3904 PWM0 C163 1U GND

C166 0.01U

C268 1000P GND

GND

GND GND

GND

GND

C4 470P GND

C269 33P

GND

R126 10R

12_M L21 220R

U20 PQ1CX41H2ZPQ 1 8 VOUT VB 2 7 VIN GND2 3 6 OADJ GND1 4 5 CONTROL COMP 13-PQ1CX4-1HB GND C148 0.01U GND GND DV10 L16 33UH GND R117 10K C145 220P C146 0.1U Z13 T DV10 12/24V_AUDIO L137 200R L138 200R C104 470U 10V C472 470U 35V GND GND C158 0.1U 1 2 3 4 U14 MP1593DN BS IN SW GND SS EN COMP FB 8 7 6 GND 5 GND C160 8200P C162 100P R123 12K4 GND GND GND GND U4 LD1117S33
4 4

C5 1000P 12_M C161 0.01U D4 SR34 R122 5K6 C156 0.1U R121 110K GND L1 15UH C87 470U 16V Z244 T GND GND

C152 100P

C151 0.1U C150 0.1U GND GND GND

C105 100U 16V

C524 10U NC C159 1U C157 0.1U

C147 100P

R118 10K D5 SR23 GND C149 3900P

R116 12K

12_M C168 0.1U

R752 0R 5V_M Q57 A03401A R120 22K R731 47K Q4 BT3904 R119 4K7
C B E

GND 5VSB D7 LL4148


C

R102 47K Q7 BT3904


B E

R134 100K D12 LL4148 R101 10K

GND

R136 3K9 5V_M

5V_M1

5VSB R96 10K Z14 T


VIN

5V_M

R130 2K2 R105 4K7

GND/ADJ

OUT

C541 0.1U R697 470K

+3V3

R143 10K
SW
C

R144 10K NC POWERON/OFF

SHORT_PROTECT
C

Q6 BT3904 R98 10K


B

12_M R100 8K2 R99 680R D13 LL4148

GND

12_IF

Q10 BT3904 D33 LL4148 C155 0.1U C154 0.1U C106 100U 16V C102 100U 16V
E

R131 1K

C
C556 4U7

R97 10K R710 10K 5V_DDR

GND

D10 LL4148

D11 LL4148

GND R135 2K7 R133 4K7

C
+3V3

GND GND

GND

R137 3K9 GND GND

R132 1K8

GND GND R3 0R NC R698 470K C129 NC 0.1U 5V_OUTSIDE


OUT

GND

5V_M R5 2R7 S-NC R4 2R7 S-NC R108 820R S-120

U3 LD1117S NC

R9 GND 120R C142 0.1U +3V3

C3 10U

GND/ADJ

R10 2R7 S-0

Z9 T L14 220R

VIN

DDRV

5VSB 12_M1 R139 22K NC


1 S2 2 G2 3 S1 4 G1

D34 LL4148 NC
8 D2A 7 D2B 6 D1A 5 D1B

B
5V_DDR

C127 1U NC

12_M C126 0.1U NC


3 VIN 2 OUT 1GND/ADJ

C131 0.1U

B
C140 0.1U T Z12 AV12

C133 0.22U

R107 910R S-200 GND C103 100U 16V C141 0.1U

C93 47U 6V3

C134 0.1U

C94 47U 6V3

C345 0.1U

SW R138 4K7 NC

4 4

Q2 A04803 NC

C170 1U NC GND C128 0.1U NC

GND

U5 LD1117S12

GND

GND GND

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EN 48

SSB: MT822x Processor


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B02
F

MT822x Processor
GND
GPIO_11 GPIO_10 GPIO_9 GPIO_8 GPIO_7 GPIO_6 GPIO_5 GPIO_4 GPIO_3 GPIO_2 GPIO_1 GPIO_0 DV33

R462 100R NC

R464 10K P10 GND 4

R482 NC 10K R481 NC 10K VSCL_T

DDRV

DV10 O0N O0P O1N O1P O2N O2P AV33_LVDS OCKN OCKP O3N O3P O4N O4P AV12_LVDS E0N E0P E1N E1P E2N E2P AV33_LVDS ECKN ECKP E3N E3P E4N E4P LVDS_TPPIN AV12_LVDSPLL DV10 DV33 UP35 UP34 UP33 UP31 UP30 U0TX U0RX OIRI INT SPI_CS1# SPI_SCK SPI_SI SPI_SO SPI_CS# ORESET# ICE PWM3 PWM2

C88 470U 10V

C40 4U7

C384 0.1U

C385 0.1U

C386 3300P

C387 0.1U

C388 0.1U

C389 4700P

C390 0.1U

C391 0.1U

C392 4700P

C393 0.1U

C394 0.1U

C395 0.1U

3 2 1

Z101

VSDA_R Z102 GND R311 100R +3V3 L44 220R C34 4U7 C109 100U 16V C376 3300P C402 0.1U C379 3300P C378 0.1U DV33 AV12 L42 220R C33 4U7 C371 3300P AV12_PLLSYS AV12 L43 220R C32 10U C372 3300P

+3V3

F
AV12_PLLADC

U0RX

257

EPAD_GND

Z100 GND
PWM1 PWM0 SPDIFOUT U1TX U1RX OSCL0 OSDA0 GPIO_25 GPIO_24 GPIO_23 GPIO_22 GPIO_21 GPIO_20

GND
DV10 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192

DDRV

RDQ0 RDQ1 RDQ2 RDQ3 RDQ4 RDQ5 RDQ6 RDQ7 RDQS0

RDQM0 DV10 RDQM1 RDQS1 RDQ8 RDQ9 RDQ10 RDQ11 RDQ12 RDQ13 RDQ14 RDQ15 AV12_MEMPLL RCLK0# RCLK0 RCKE RA12 RA11 RA9 RA8 RA7 RA6 RA5 RA4 RWE# RCAS# RRAS# RCS# RBA0 RBA1 RA10 RA0 RA1 DV10 RA2 RA3 DDRV

DDRV

R458 1K

MEM_VREF_1
DV10 DV33 VGASDA VGASCL

DVDD10_2_3 DVDD10_2_2 RDQ0 RDQ1 VCC2IO_2_8 RDQ2 RDQ3 RDQ4 VCC2IO_2_7 RDQ5 RDQ6 RDQ7 VCC2IO_3 RDQS0 VCC2IO_2_6 RDQM0 DVDD10_2_1 RDQM1 VCC2IO_2_5 RDQS1 VCC2IO_2_4 RDQ8 RDQ9 VCC2IO_2_3 RDQ10 RDQ11 RDQ12 VCC2IO_2_2 RDQ13 RDQ14 RDQ15 AVDD12_MEMPLL_1 VCC2IO_1_1 RCLK0# RCLK0 VCC2IO_2_1 RCKE RA12 RA11 VCC2IO_2 RA9 RA8 RA7 RA6 RA5 RA4 RWE# RCAS# RRAS# RCS# RBA0 RBA1 RA10 RA0 RA1 DVDD10 RA2 RA3 VCC2IO_1 RVREF0 DVDD10_2 VDD33_2 VGA_SDA VGA_SCL

U11 MT8222 13-MT8222-ARB;13-MT8221-AMB

PWM1 PWM0 SPDIF_OUT TXD1 RXD1 HW_SCL HW_SDA GPIO25 GPIO24 GPIO23 GPIO22 GPIO21 GPIO20 I2S_ADIN I2S_AOSDATA0 I2S_AOBCLK I2S_AOLRCK I2S_AOMCLK VDD33_1 DVDD10_3 AR1 AL1 AVICM2 AR2 AL2 AR3 AL3 AVDD33_ADAC AVDD33_REFP_AADC AIN_R AIN_L VMID AVDD33_AADC AVDD12_APLL AVDD12_SYSPLL AVDD12_ADCPLL AVDD12_PSPLL AVDD12_DMPLL XTALI XTALO AVDD33_XTAL ADIN5 ADIN4 ADIN3 ADIN2 ADIN1 ADIN0 AVDD33_DIG MPX1 MPX2_N MPX2_P AVDD33_SIF AVDD33_CVBS CVBS_BYPASS1 CVBS_BYPASS0 CVBS0N CVBS0P CVBS1P CVBS2P CVBS3P CVBS_SY0 CVBS_SC0 CVBS_SY1 CVBS_SC1

64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

GND GND R286 100R +3V3 Z16 Z17

U0TX

GND

GND

GND

65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 PWM2 PWM3 ICE PRST# SPI_CS0 SPI_SO SPI_SI SPI_SCK SPI_CS1 INT0_ IR_ RXD0 TXD0 UP30 UP31 UP33 UP34 UP35 VDD33_1_1 DVDD10_4 AVDD12_VPLL TP E4P E4N E3P E3N ECKP ECKN AVDD33_LVDSB E2P E2N E1P E1N E0P E0N AVDD12_LVDS O4P O4N O3P O3N OCKP OCKN AVDD33_LVDSA O2P O2N O1P O1N O0P O0N DVDD10_3_1 DVDD10_3_2 VDD33_2_1 GPIO0 GPIO1 GPIO2 GPIO3 GPIO4 GPIO5 GPIO6 GPIO7 GPIO8 GPIO9 GPIO10 GPIO11

C565 10P

C566 10P

AOSDATA0 AOBCK AOLRCK AOMCLK DV33 DV10 AR0 AL0 C403

AR2 AL2 AR3 AL3

1U NC

T T

GND R465 1K NC R466 1K AV33_DAC DV10

GND

GND

C125 220U 6V3

C396 0.1U C124 470U 10V

C35 4U7

C373 0.1U

C375 3300P

C377 0.1U

C380 4700P

C381 0.1U

C374 3300P

C382 0.1U

C383 0.1U

C348 GND 1U NC

C42 4U7

GND AV12 AV12 L41 220R C30 4U7 C369 0.1U C370 0.1U C368 3300P AV12_PLL AV12 L40 220R C27 4U7 C367 0.1U C107 100U 16V GND AV12_USB +3V3 L37 220R C24 10U C363 0.1U C526 10U 16V C25 10U C362 0.1U C108 100U 16V GND AV12 AV12_LVDSPLL L47 220R C23 10U C365 0.1U C529 10U 16V AV12 L38 220R C26 4U7 C361 0.1U C29 4U7 GND AV12_HDMI GND AV12 L39 220R C28 10U C360 0.1U C366 3300P AV12A_RGBB GND AV12D_RGB +3V3

AV33_DAC AV33_ADCREF AUD_R AUD_L AUD_VMID AV33_ADC AV12_PLLSYS AV12_PLLADC AV12_PLL XTALI XTALO AV33_XTL ADIN5 ADIN4_1 ADIN3_1 ADIN2

C38 4U7

C399 0.1U

GND GND GND AV12

C110 100U 16V GND

C31 4U7

GND AV12_LVDS AV12 L36 220R C37 10U C359 0.1U C364 0.1U C525 10U 16V AV12_MEMPLL AV12

L45 220R C528 10U 16V

ADIN1 ADIN0
AV33_SIFDIG MPX1 MPX2_N MPX2_P AV33_SIF AV33_CVBS CVBS_BYPASS CVBS_TP CVBS0P_1 CVBS0N_1 CVBS1 CVBS2 CVBS3 CVBS4 CVBS5 CVBS6 CVBS7

R459 0R

GND GND R145 820K +3V3 L28 220R XTALO X4 27M C174 33P C527 10U 16V C36 10U C353 0.1U C39 4U7 AV33_USB +3V3 L31 220R C16 10U C354 0.1U AV33_CVBS

GND

AVDD12_RGB AVDD12_DIG_RGB PR0P PB0P COM0 Y0P SOY0 PR1P PB1P COM1 Y1P SOY1 AVDD33_VGA RP COM GP SOG BP HSYNC VSYNC AVDD12_HDMI_3 RX0_2 RX0_2B RX0_1 RX0_1B RX0_0 RX0_0B RX0_C RX0_CB HDMI_SCL0 HDMI_SDA0 PWR5V_0 RX1_2 RX1_2B RX1_1 RX1_1B RX1_0 RX1_0B RX1_C RX1_CB AVDD33_HDMI HDMI_SCL1 HDMI_SDA1 PWR5V_1 RX2_2 RX2_2B RX2_1 RX2_1B RX2_0 RX2_0B RX2_C RX2_CB HDMI_SCL2 HDMI_SDA2 PWR5V_2 HDMI_CEC DVDD10_1 USB_DP1 USB_DM1 AVDD12_USB USB_VRT AVDD33_USB USB_DP0 USB_DM0

R457 1K

C
GND C398 1000P

C397 0.1U

+3V3 L30 220R C14 4U7

AV33_XTL

XTALI C173 33P

GND

C15 10U

C356 0.1U

256 255 254 253 252 251 250 249 248 247 246 245 244 243 242 241 240 239 238 237 236 235 234 233 232 231 230 229 228 227 226 225 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193

MEM_VREF
USB_DM0_1 USB_DP0_1 AV33_USB USBVRT AV12_USB USB_DM1_2 USB_DP1_2 DV10 CEC OPWR2_5V HDMIDDCSDA_2 HDMIDDCSCL_2 RX2_CB RX2_C RX2_0B RX2_0 RX2_1B RX2_1 RX2_2B RX2_2 OPWR1_5V HDMIDDCSDA_1 HDMIDDCSCL_1 AV33_HDMI RX1_CB RX1_C RX1_0B RX1_0 RX1_1B RX1_1 RX1_2B RX1_2 OPWR0_5V HDMIDDCSDA_0 HDMIDDCSCL_0 RX0_CB RX0_C RX0_0B RX0_0 RX0_1B RX0_1 RX0_2B RX0_2 AV12_HDMI VGAVSYNC#_1 VGAHSYNC#_1 BLUP VGASOG GRNP VGAGND REDP AV33_VGA SOY1 Y1P YPBPR1_GND PB1P PR1P SOY0 Y0P YPBPR0_GND PB0P PR0P AV12D_RGB AV12A_RGBB

R456 0R NC

MEM_VREF_1

GND AV33_HDMI L26 220R C347 0.047U C346 0.047U NC T C10 4U7

GND +3V3 +3V3 L27 220R C349 0.1U C9 4U7 C8 4U7 C350 0.1U AV33_VGA

GND

GND

+3V3 L32 220R C19 4U7

AV33_SIF

+3V3 L33 220R

AV33_ADC

+3V3

R463 1% 5K1 GND

GND L141 120R

+3V3 R472 10K R474 10K Z24 R467 100R R468 R469
C B E

3V3_F

U10 MX25L3205 1 2 3 4 16 15 14

C405 33P

Z25 T Z23 Z22 T T T 100R 100R 8 VCC 7 WC 6 SCL 5 SDA

+3V3 U21 M24C32MN E0/NC E1/NC E2/NC VSS 1 2 3 4 GND Z18

CVBS0P_1

CVBS0P

C18 10U

C355 0.1U

C20 4U7

C17 10U

C357 0.1U

NC

R473 10K
OSCL0 OSDA0

CVBS0N_1 C404 0.1U C171 1U

CVBS0N

GND GND GND GND

HOLD# VCC NC PO2 PO1 PO0 CS# SO

SCLK SI PO6 PO5 PO4 PO3 GND WP#/ACC

SPI_SCK_1 SPI_SO

C406 0.1U

Z27

+3V3 L29 220R

AV33_DAC

+3V3 L46 220R

AV33_LVDS

+3V3 L34 220R

AV33_SIFDIG

+3V3 L35 220R

AV33_ADCREF

3V3_F

13 12 11 10 9

R470 PWM2 10K

GND

5 6

IIC ADRESS "A0"

Q11 BT3904

GND C12 4U7 C13 10U

C352 0.1U

C41 4U7

C11 10U

C400 0.1U

C351 0.1U

SPI_CS# SPI_SI

7 8

GND

R480 1K
FRESET#

C297 1000P

C21 4U7

C401 0.1U

C22 4U7

C358 0.1U

GND

GND R744 22R R745 22R R746 22R NC R747 22R NC RESET ORESET# VGAVSYNC# T Z136 VGAHSYNC# C507 0.1U R397 10K

GND

GND

GND

GND

USB_DM0_1 USB_DP0_1

USB_DM0 VGAVSYNC#_1 USB_DP0 VGAHSYNC#_1 USB_DM1_1 USB_DP1_1 SPI_SCK_1

R733 1K R734 1K R739 47R

GND

A
USB_DM1_2 USB_DP1_2

SPI_SCK

GND

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 49

SSB: DDR SD-RAM


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B03
F

DDR SD-RAM

(DDR SD-RAM with termination)


MEM_VREF

VTT

R671 150R

R668 22R
MEM_DQ0 RDQ0

U33
49 VREF DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 NC NC1 NC2 NC3 NC7 NC4 NC5 NC6 VDD VDD1 VDD2 VDDQ VDDQ1 VDDQ2 VDDQ3 VDDQ4 VSS VSS2 VSS1 VSSQ1 VSSQ2 VSSQ VSSQ3 VSSQ4 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 54 56 57 59 60 62 63 65 14 17 19 25 42 43 50 53 1 18 33 3 9 15 55 61 34 48 66 6 12 52 58 64 MEM_DQ0 MEM_DQ1 MEM_DQ2 MEM_DQ3 MEM_DQ4 MEM_DQ5 MEM_DQ6 MEM_DQ7 MEM_DQ8 MEM_DQ9 MEM_DQ10 MEM_DQ11 MEM_DQ12 MEM_DQ13 MEM_DQ14 MEM_DQ15

5 C46 4U7 C420 0.1U 6 7 8 GND 5 6 7 GND C429 0.1U


MEM_ADDR12

4
MEM_DQ1

5 6
MEM_DQ2

4
RDQ1

U18
M12L64164A
MEM_ADDR0 MEM_ADDR1 MEM_ADDR2 MEM_ADDR3 MEM_ADDR4 MEM_ADDR5 MEM_ADDR6 MEM_ADDR7 MEM_ADDR8 MEM_ADDR9 MEM_ADDR10 MEM_ADDR11 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 36 40 MEM_DQ0 MEM_DQ1 MEM_DQ2 MEM_DQ3 MEM_DQ4 MEM_DQ5 MEM_DQ6 MEM_DQ7 MEM_DQ8 MEM_DQ9 MEM_DQ10 MEM_DQ11 MEM_DQ12 MEM_DQ13 MEM_DQ14 MEM_DQ15

MEM_VREF

3 2
MEM_DQ3

3
RDQ2

7 8 R654 22R
MEM_DQ4

2
RDQ3

MEM_ADDR0 MEM_ADDR1 MEM_ADDR2 MEM_ADDR3 MEM_ADDR4 MEM_ADDR5 MEM_ADDR6 MEM_ADDR7 MEM_ADDR8 MEM_ADDR9 MEM_ADDR10 MEM_ADDR11

29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 28 41

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11

1 R669 150R 4
MEM_DQ5

RDQ4

C421 3300P

5 6
MEM_DQ6

4
RDQ5

3 2
MEM_DQ7

3
RDQ6

7 8
RDQS0 RDQM0 RDQM1 RDQS1

2
RDQ7

MEM_CLK0

38

CLK

MEM_CLKEN

37

CKE

NC1 NC2

DDRV

MEM_CLK0 MEM_CLK0# MEM_CLKEN

45 46 44

CK CK CKE

R497 R496 R491 R495 R498 R492

8 150R 150R 150R 150R 150R 150R R662 150R

1
MEM_DQS0 MEM_DQM0 MEM_DQM1 MEM_DQS1 MEM_DQ0 MEM_DQ8

1 R493 R490 R489 R488 22R 22R 22R 22R

DDRV GND 5 C428 3300P 6 7 8 GND 5 C113 100U 16V C44 4U7 C422 0.1U 6 7 8 GND C423 3300P GND 5 6 7 8 GND 5 C425 0.1U 6 7 DDRV GND 8 8 R664 150R R660 150R
MEM_CS#

MEM_CS# MEM_RAS# MEM_CAS# MEM_WE#

19 18 17 16

CS RAS CAS WE

MEM_DQM0 MEM_DQM1

15 39

VDD VDD1 VDD2 VDDQ VDDQ1 VDDQ2 VDDQ3

1 14 27 3 9 43 49

MEM_CS# MEM_RAS# MEM_CAS# MEM_WE#

24 23 22 21

CS RAS CAS WE

R667 22R
MEM_DQ9 RDQ8

4
MEM_DQ10

5 6 7 8 R666 22R

4
RDQ9

3
MEM_DQ11

3
RDQ10

MEM_DQS0 MEM_DQS1

16 51

LDQS UDQS

2
MEM_DQ12

2
RDQ11

LDQM UDQM VSS VSS1 VSS2 VSSQ VSSQ1 VSSQ2 VSSQ3

1 R665 150R 4
MEM_DQ13

MEM_BA0 MEM_BA1

20 21

A13 A12

54 28 41 52 6 12 46

MEM_DQM0 MEM_DQM1

20 47

LDM UDM

RDQ12

5 6
MEM_DQ14

4
RDQ13

MEM_BA0 MEM_BA1

26 27

BA0 BA1

3 2
MEM_DQ15

3
RDQ14

7 8 R655 22R
MEM_WE#

2
RDQ15

1 R661 150R 4
MEM_CAS#

1
RWE#

SDRAM ADD

GND

HY5DU281622FT

5 6
MEM_RAS#

4
RCAS#

3 2 1

3
RRAS#

7 8 R656 22R

2 1

RCS#

4
MEM_BA0

5 6
MEM_BA1

4
RBA0

3 2
MEM_ADDR10

3
RBA1

DDRV

+3V3

7 8 R657 22R

2
RA10

1 1 MEM_ADDR7

C114 47U 6V3 MEM_VREF GND

U1 RT9199 1 2 3 4 VIN GND NC3 NC2 8

R719 0R NC

C80 47U 6V3

RA7

VTT C111 47U 6V3 VTT L80 220R SDRAM ADD MEM_VREF C413 0.1U C575 10U NC R499 1K SDRAM 75R R487 1K SDRAM 75R
MEM_CLK0

R484 22R

RCLK0

C424 3300P

5 7 6 2 MEM_ADDR6 6 3 MEM_ADDR5 7 5 GND R663 150R 4 MEM_ADDR4 8

4
RA6

3
RA5

7 R721 6 0R 5 R720 0R NC C47 4U7 NC GND

REFEN VCNTL VOUT NC1

R483 100R SDEAM NC


MEM_CLK0#

2
RA4

R485 22R SDRAM NC


RCLK0#

1 R658 22R

SDRAM NC C430 0.1U GND

C415 0.1U

C412 1000P

8 C426 0.1U 7 6 5 GND 5 C45 4U7 C427 3300P 6 7 8

1 MEM_ADDR12 5 4 2 MEM_ADDR11 6 3 MEM_ADDR9 7 4 MEM_ADDR8 8 1 R659 22R


MEM_ADDR0

RA12 RA11

MEM_CLKEN

RCKE

R486 22R GND GND

3
RA9

2
RA8

GND

R670 150R 4
MEM_ADDR1

RA0

5 6
MEM_ADDR2

4
RA1

3 2
MEM_ADDR3

3
RA2

B
DDRV GND

7 8

2
RA3

C89 470U 10V

C112 100U 16V

C43 4U7

C414 0.1U

C417 0.1U

C416 0.1U

C418 0.1U

C419 3300P

C408 3300P

C409 3300P

C410 3300P

C411 0.1U

GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 50

SSB: Tuner
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B04
F

TUNER

Z1

Z2
5VOUT 5VOUT APLS EU TCL AP R167 4K7 R166 4K7 D16 BA277 NC R756 0R NC R755 0R NC D6 BA277 C205 0.01U D15 BA277 Q12 BT3904 NC
C B E

R160 22K R153 4K7 C187 1500P R158 330R OP2 C188 0.47U 9885 NC C177 0.22U CVBS X3 4M GND C186 R156 0.1U 100K R159 22K R161 12K
TV-RF-AGC

AGC

IF-OUT

SDA

MB2

AGC

MB1

SDA

NC1

NC3

NC4

SCL

SCL

NC

AS

AS

BP

BT

BT

C208 0.01U

11

10

11

IF

Z39 GND

GND C182 0.01U

Z38

GND

Z35 T GND Z36

R168 10K NC C201 0.01U NC

Z33 T

T Z34

Z37

5V-IF L52 1000UR C118 47U 6V3 C211 0.1U C212 1U GND C214 3300P R154 100R R155 100R C179 47P 12_M U6 LD1117S50
VIN 3 4 4

R169 10K NC

C204 20P R165 470R

5VOUT GND L50 1000UR 5V-IF C117 100U 16V

C49 10U

C213 0.1U

RF-AGC

GND

22

19

24

23

21

20

18

17

16

15

CVBS

AGND

VAGC

IN/GND

OUT1

OUT2

GND

U2

VIF1

VIF2

AUD

TOP

OP1

SDA

AFD

C180 47P

10

11

12

R180 33R

C438 0.01U
R181 2K2 R186 2K2

SCL

SCL_TV

X7 GND

SAW-D9453D L-45-SAW937-0M0

DEEM

GND

DGND

NC

FMPLL

GND

SIOMAD

R189 0R

5VOUT

IN

SDA_TV

L51 1UH NC

R174 4K7

TAGC

R727 0R NC R170 0R NC GND

VPLL

14

SIF1

SIF2

OP2

AFC

REF

NC

VP

13

GND

C189 0.01U R162 220R GND

TV-CVBS
E B

R190 75R

TV1-V

LATAM NC AP-ADD

X2 SAW-3953D/K7270M

TDA9885T

OUT1

5V-IF Z160 T 33V R184 22K GND

OUT2

GND

IN

R187 5K6

IN/GND

Q13 BC857C

GND/ADJ1

R48 22R 2W C116 100U 16V

L62 0R

C432 1000P
2

R172 10K

OUT 2

12_IF

GND

C199 0.01U

MPX2 TV_AUDIO

D17 BA277 L48 1000UR C176 0.1U GND C193 0.1U R150 12K D2 33V C206 0.01U C202 0.1U 5V-IF R178 47K D28 0BAV99
TV-RF-AGC R152 2K2

L-45-SAWM39-530 R182 0R NC GND C178 0.01U C185 0.47U C191 1000P NC C210 390P C190 1000P NC R163 GND 2K2 R173 12K Z32 Z31 T T R191 100R R157 100R

C431 1000P L61 0.56UH


R151 0R

L54 1000UH

R179 100K

GND

L55 1000UH

NC R188 5K6

C209 0.01U

SCL_TV

GND C198 0.1U

Q14 BC846B C192 0.1U C197 200P


B E C C

SDA_TV

RF-AGC C175 0.1U

D14 LL4148 C115 47U 6V3

C183 4700P

Q16 C124ET
E

GND

R185 1K

GND

C194 47P

C181 47P

C184 270P

GND GND GND

C440 1000P

5VOUT

GND

GND

Far from signal


5V-IF 5VOUT 5VOUT GND R177 4K7 R176 4K7
5

C203 0.1U

R509 22K
C

C62 0.01U

MPX2_P

MPX2 R383

B E

+3V3 L49 2.2UH

R171 82R

Q15 BC846B

C61 0.01U

MPX2_N

TV1-V R175 4K7


4

R503 10R

CVBS0P R192 150R L-ADD

SDA_TV

C195 220P

C196 220P CVBS0N

L63 12UH L-ADD X1 4M5 L-ADD


1 3

TV-CVBS

R193 150R L-ADD R195 1K L-ADD

Q17 BC846B L-ADD


B

C215 0.1U L-ADD


C

0R NC R518 22K GND R514 100R R507 330R

SCL_TV
1 6

5VOUT GND C207 0.1U C119 47U 6V3 TV_AUDIO OP2 R512 39K R513 39K C120 47U 6V3
MPX1

R501 0R L-ADD(NC)

R516 10K L-ADD


C B

TV1-V

GND

GND J1 0R NC

L-ADD R515 220R L-ADD

U30 UM6K1N 12-UM6K1N-0BX C434 33P

R500 4K7 L-ADD

B
J2 0R NC J3 0R NC J4 0R NC GND GND

C433 33P R511 100R

GND

Q18 BC846B L-NC

R196 0R L-ADD

GND GND

GND C439 22P C435 22P

OSCL0 OSDA0

GND GND

R510 100R

GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 51

SSB: HDMI
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B05
F

HDMI
P5
MNT-HOLE2 MNT-HOLE1

6 5 GND

P16 RX2+ GND1 RX2RX1+ GND2 RX1RX0+ GND3 RX0RXC+ GND4 RXC1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
RX0_CB RX0_0B RX0_1B RX0_0 RX0_2B RX0_2

GND R45
RX0_2

1 R35

R31
RX0_0

1 R33 1 R30 1 R32

2 2

GND-1 DPOS-1 DNEG-1

4 3 2 1

USB_DP0

RX0_2B RX0_1 RX0_1

1 1 R36

2 2

RX0_0B

5V_M
USB_DM0

RX0_C

C91 100U 16V F1 F2 C90 47U 6V3

L65 120R

C219 0.1U

L64 120R NC +3V3 1 2 3 R197 0R NC R201 10K R199 100R


PWM1

VCC-1

R34
RX0_1B

2 GND

RX0_CB

2 GND R47 R22

R200 100K

U12 TPS2550 6 5 4 OUT ILIM FAULT IN GND EN

GND R52
RX0_C

GND

R541 10K

1
C217 0.1U GND R537 R536 HDMISCL_0 HDMISDA_0 R561 1K HDMICAB0 Z104
E

+3V3

GND

2
R540 100R
HDMI_CEC_3V3

OPWR0_5V HDMISCL_0 HDMISDA_0 100R HDMIDDCSCL_0 HDMIDDCSDA_0 UP33 P13 C445 10P RX2+ GND1 GND
C

13-TPS255-0DB R713 10K R198 100R

GND

NC1 NC2 DDCCLK DDCDA GND5 VCC HPD

PWM3

R202 24K GND GND

C218 0.1U

C444 10P

GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 GND R558 100K R559 1K


RX2_CB RX2_0B RX2_1B RX2_2B RX2_1 RX2_2

C469 1000P R46


RX2_2

GND
1 R42
RX2_2B RX2_1

Z103

100R

R542 100K

T
GND

Q20 BT3904

R38
RX2_0

1 R40 1 R37 1 R39

2 2 2

R148 1K
B

GND

RX2RX1+ GND2

1 R43 1 R41

2 2

RX2_0B

C298 1000P R539 47K U22 AT24C02 8 7 VCC WP SCL SDA 1 A0 2 A1 3 A2 4 GND GND C443 0.1U Z45

R57

RXC+ GND4 RXCNC1 NC2 DDCCLK DDCDA GND5

D
2

R562 10K R53 GND

GND

RX2_C

GND R564 100R R538 47K

RX1RX0+ GND3 RX0-

RX2_0

GND R51

RX2_1B

RX2_CB

R563 100R

Z43

RX2_C

R557 10K

6 5 R54 Z42 T Z46 T T Z44

OPWR2_5V R556 100R


HDMI_CEC_3V3

GND GND

1 2

1 2

HDMISCL_2 HDMISDA_2 HDMISCL_2 HDMISDA_2 Q21 BT3904


C

R549 R548

100R 100R

HDMIDDCSCL_2 HDMIDDCSDA_2 UP35

Z107

C447 10P C448 10P R254 1K

GND GND

P14 RX2+ GND1 RX2RX1+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21


RX1_CB RX1_0B RX1_1B RX1_0 RX1_2B RX1_2

VCC GND R25


RX1_2

1 R28

R24
RX1_0

HPD 2 NC20 NC21

1 R27 1 R23 1 R26

Z108

C452 1000P R552 47K U23 AT24C02 1 8 A0 VCC 2 7 A1 WP 3 6 A2 SCL 4 5 GND SDA GND

RX1_2B RX1_1 RX1_1

1 R29 1 R44

2 2

RX1_0B

2 2

GND

RX1_C

RX1RX0+ GND3 RX0RXC+ GND4 RXCNC1 NC2 DDCCLK DDCDA GND5 VCC

RX1_1B

GND R56

RX1_CB

R94 2 R544 10K R55 R550 100R

GND2

GND

R545 100R

R551 47K

Z48

C446 0.1U Z50

1 2

OPWR1_5V R529 100R


HDMI_CEC_3V3

GND

RX1_C

R530 10K

GND

1 2

1
R50

Z47 T Z51 T T Z49

HDMISCL_1 HDMISDA_1

R525 R524

100R

HDMIDDCSCL_1 HDMIDDCSDA_1 UP30

GND GND P11

Z105 HDMISCL_1 HDMISDA_1 R532 1K Q19 BT3904


C

100R

+3V3

C449 10P C442 10P 5V_M +3V3 +3V3SB

RX0_2 RX0_2B RX0_1 RX0_1B

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 NC

20 18 OSCL0 16 OSDA0 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 GND

GND R149 1K
B

B
HPD NC20 NC21

GND

Z106

C337 1000P R528 47K U24 AT24C02 8 VCC 7 WP 6 SCL 5 SDA A0 A1 A2 GND 1 2 3 4 GND Z41 C441 0.1U CEC

R113 33K R112 100R Q5 2N7002 CEC1 R566 100R R565 33K

GND RX0_0 RX0_0B GND RX0_C HDMI_CEC_3V3 RX0_CB

HDMI_CEC_3V3 HDMISCL_0 HDMISDA_0 GND HDMICAB0 OPWR0_5V

R531 100K

GND

GND GND R87 R520 10K R58

R521 100R

R526 100R R59 Z52 T Z54 T T Z53

R527 47K

Z40

GND

GND GND

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 52

SSB: I/O - VGA, USB, S-Video


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B06
F

I/O - VGA, USB, S-video


GND R575 100R R574 100R
VGASCL0_IN

P6 VGASCL 16 5 VGASDA 15 10 RXD0_EXT


VSYNC0

U34 RT9701 NC-13-RT9701-PBB

5V_M

F
C200 0.1U NC

R63 NC

R62 NC

R64 NC

F3

F4

F6

F5

1 2

1 2

5 R321 10K NC 4

4 14 9 3 13 8

VOUT2 VOUT1 GND CE VIN

1 2 3 GND

R307 0R NC

C329 220U 16V NC C50 47U 16V NC C291 0.1U NC USB_DP0 USB_DP1 USB_DM0 USB_DM1 VCC_0 VCC_1

GND

2
VGA5V_EXT0 BLUE0
HSYNC0

BLUE

L71 120R 0

C279 0.1U NC C2 47U 16V NC R305 0R NC GND

GND

10 12 8 4 7 3 6 2 5 1 9 11

P12 NC

GREEN

L69 120R 0

5 GREEN0
VGASDA0_IN

2 12 7 4

VOUT2 VOUT1 GND CE VIN

1 2 3

RED

E
R231 75R

L70 120R 0

RED0

1 Z75 T T Z74 T Z73 T Z72 T Z71 Z70 T GND Z69 T T Z68 T Z67 Z66 T TXD0_EXT 11 6 17 47-VGA019-XX0

F13 F14

R229 75R

R66 R67 NC 1 F9 F10 R65 1

R230 GND 75R VGAHSYNC# R577 560R R578 560R L72 120R

R304 NC R326 100R NC R725 100R NC R505 100R NC R726 100R NC GND USB_DP1 P 36

GND VGAVSYNC# L66 120R D32 BAV70 R61 NC GND R68 NC

NC 2

USB_DP1_1

NC 2

U35 RT9701 NC-13-RT9701-PBB

GND R49 NC

Z6 Z3 Z10 T T T

1 2 1

GND

Z19

VCC_0 USB_DM0 USB_DP0 GND 1 3 5 7 NC 2 4

VCC_1 USB_DM1 USB_DP1 6 GND 8

R567 2K2

R571 2K2

GND VGA_PLUGPWR0 R568 100R Z65 T U25 AT24C02 1 A0 2 A1 3 A2 4 GND GND VGASDA0 VGASCL0 VCC WP SCL SDA 8 7 6 5

R570 10K

R569 22K R576 10K

HPOUTL1

Z20

1
F8 F7

Z26 Z21 T T

R572 100R

Z64
VGAROMWP0

Z11

USB_DM1_1

USB_DM1

D
GND

C230 0.1U

HPOUTR1

D
Z57 T Z56 T P7 2 3 Z55 T R204 22K R203 22K C551 470P C544 470P GND 1 47-MIC012-XX0

5V_M

T Z61 T Z62 T Z63


VGA_L

R206 8K2 R205 8K2 C58 2U2

C56 2U2

L123 120R L124 120R

REDP

C225 0.01U

R228 68R

VGA_R

RED C227 10P YPBPR2_R

VGAGND

C224 0.01U

L133 120R

C55 2U2

R210 8K2

Y2_R

VGAVSYNC#

GND

GND GND GND

GND YPBPR2_L C229 0.01U L131 120R

C57 2U2

R209 8K2

Y2_L

C222 10P R319 100R

BLUP

R226 68R

BLUE

C548 470P

C550 470P

R207 22K

R208 22K VGAHSYNC#

GND

VSCL_T VSDA_R

C
TXD0_EXT RXD0_EXT

C221 10P

GNDGND

GND

YPBPR1_R

C66 2U2

R214 8K2

C234 10P
Y1_R

F38

GND

GND

R312 100R

R194 F39

GND VGASOG C223 4700P R225 0R R227 68R YPBPR1_L C63 2U2 R213 8K2
Y1_L

R147

GRNP

C226 0.01U

GND GREEN C228 10P R211 22K GND GND R212 22K GND USB_DP1 USB_DM1 AV2R_IN C68 2U2 R224 8K2 3 VCC_1
AV2_R

P39 1 CVBS6 2 CVBS7 C231 0.047U NC R232 100R C232 47P GND R215 75R L67 120R SC1_IN F12 C220 0.047U R216 100R C233 47P R233 75R L68 120R SY1_IN
2

B
GND AV1R_IN C70 2U2 R222 8K2

Z59 T

P9
6

1
Z58 T

AV1_R

F11 R69

R60

7 1

AV1L_IN

C71 2U2

R221 8K2

AV1_L

AV2L_IN

C69 2U2

R223 8K2

AV2_L

GND
3

2
T

R217 22K

R218 22K

R219 22K

R220 22K

GND GND

Z60

GND

GND

GND

GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 53

SSB: Digital Analog Converter, DAC


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B07
F

Digital Analog Converter, DAC


Z155 Z154 Z156 T T T P1 SHIELD VIN VOUT BLNKGND VGND BLNK R DATAGND RGND DATA G CLKOUT GGND 11 1 12 2 13 3 14 4 15 5 16 6 17 7 18 8 19 9 20 10 21 SCT1_AUL_OUT YPBPR2_R SCT1_AUR_OUT GND R276 GND 0R T T T Z148 Z150 Z149 5V_M L81 120R NC C243 1U NC ADCVA ADCVA C245 1U NC +3V3 L82 120R NC C265 1U NC DACVL Z147 GND R277 75R
T

SCT1_AV_IN SCT1_AV_OUT RED

R506 0R NC P28 4 YPBPR2_R


SCT1_FS_IN

F
ADIN3_1

R278 NC 33K
1

ADIN3

2 SCT1_FB_IN PR1/R_IN WHITE 3 6 RED 8 Y1/G_IN 9 BLUE 1 7 5


Z146 Z152 T T Z151 T Z145 Z144 T T T

YPBPR2_L

PR1/R_IN

L78 120R R270 75R

R272 68R

C259 0.01U

R75 NC F22 PR1P


2

R259 10K NC

Z153

C258 15P R271 75R

GND

PB1/B_IN R714 0R Y1/G_IN Z76


T 1 1 1

SCT1_FS_IN

SWITCH B AIL BGND AGND AOL AIR AOR

SCT1_FS_IN PB1/B_IN YPBPR2_L

GREEN

L77 120R C257 15P

R273 68R

C260 0.01U PB1P


SCT1_FB_IN

F15 GND

R72

R74

R253 0R NC
1

E
SOY1

R73 NC NC NC F17
2

C264 15P L83 120R

R269 0R

C261 4700P R275 68R

SOY1 C263 0.01U F23 Y1P

R70 NC R252 75R NC


2

F16

R274 100R

C262 0.01U

YPBPR1_GND

GND

NC 47-SCA014-XX0G

C244 0.1U NC

D
+3V3 C136 33P NC R236 10K NC C138 33P NC GND U9 WM8501 R239 R240 R234 33R NC 33R NC 33R NC 1 2 3 4 C236 0.1U NC 5 C237 1U NC C235 0.1U NC 6 7 LRCLK DIN

GND

GND R238 47K NC GPIO_3

C130 33P NC

C153 33P NC 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 GND


ADCVA

R241 33R NC

MCLK

GPIO_2

SCT1_AV_IN
2

L76 120R NC C247 22P NC

R255 10R NC R258 75R NC

R257 100R NC C249 47P NC GND

C248 0.047U NC

GPIO_6 CVBS3 GPIO_5

R242 10K

NC

+3V3 +3V3

FORMAT

BCLK DEEMPH ENABLE DVDD VMID ROUT AGND NC C240 0.1U NC DGND LOUT AVDD

DACVL

F18 R71 NC
1

C238 0.1U NC

R243 10K NC

R247 10K NC R235 10K NC

C
C239 1U NC DA_AUL

GND

GND

R267 0R R268 75R L75 120R F20 F19 F21 C256 15P R260 0R

R265 100R

C255 0.01U

GND YPBPR0_GND

GND R78
2

GND

R266 68R C254 4700P

C266 0.01U

GND Y0P

C241 1U NC

DA_AUR

R77 GND R76 NC


T

P19 GREEN 12 11 10

Z82

NC NC
1 1

2 1

SOY0

L74 120R R262 75R

15P C250

R264 68R

C253 0.01U

PB0P

5V_M C52 1U NC C436 47U 6V3 NC


B E

T Z81

B
BLUE

9
TV-CVBS

8 7 RED 6 5 WHITE 4 3 2 1

T Z80

R261 75R L73 120R Z163 T

C251 15P PR0P R263 68R C252 0.01U

R740 1K NC R743 1K NC R279 1K UP31 NC

C242 0.1U NC

R375 10K NC
C

GND
C

R376 15K NC Q27 BT3904

Q26 BT3904 NC R280 75R NC R282 220R NC

B
SCT1_AV_OUT

Z79 T

L134 120R

C470 1000P NC

GND GND GND GND

YPBPR1_L

R350 0R NC

Z188 T L136 120R YPBPR1_R

RED

C546 470P

C553 470P

GND GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 54

SSB: I/O - Connectivity YPbPr


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B08
F

I/O - Connectivity YPbPr


P2 SHIELD VIN VOUT BLNKGND VGND BLNK R DATAGND RGND DATA G CLKOUT GGND 11 1 12 2 13 3 14 4 15 5 16 6 17 7 18 8 19 9 20 10 21 T Z245 Z246 C585 2200P NC T AV2R_IN_1 L142 2.2UH NC L143 2.2UH NC AV2R_IN_1 C586 2200P NC C587 2200P NC GND C588 2200P NC NC GND AUL_OUT0_1 AV2L_IN_1 AUR_OUT0_1 L135 120R AV2R_IN Z172 T C1 100U 16V NC Z165 T 10 AUR_OUT0 HPDET# 1 3 WHITE 4 5 6 GND SCT2_AV_OUT R325 75R Q30 BT3904
C B E

Z182 T

AV2_IN SCT2_AV_OUT P31 RED SCT2_R/C_IN 3 WHITE 2 5 Z196 T Z178 T YELLOW 4 1

GND Z88 T C288 2200P AV2R_IN_1 Z86 T AV2L_IN_1 SCT2_R/C_IN Z87 T SCT2_R/C_IN R1 0R AV2_IN L88 120R NC R297 75R NC C287 47P NC 6 5 4 CVBS4 HPDET# R287 75R R84 NC
1

GND C271 2200P C289 2200P L89 2.2UH L90 2.2UH C270 2200P

R316 100R NC

Z191 C273 0.047U NC CVBS5 P27 1 2 3 9 8 7 Z173


T

Z175 T T

HPOUTR1 HPOUTL1

GND L85 120R

R296 100R

C272 0.047U

Z177 T

Z89
T

C267 47P R579 1K

GND T Z176

C290 0.1U

SWITCH B AIL BGND AGND AOL AIR AOR

SCT2_FS_IN GND AV2L_IN_1

GND

F24 GND

GND
GPIO_10

R315 100R

+3V3 L132 120R

AV2L_IN

5V_M

C547 470P

C545 470P

GND

GND GND P4

D
RED

P38 1 2

Z91 T AUR_OUT0_1

Z166 T GND Z181 T

C278 0.1U NC

R298 4K7 NC

R301 4K7 NC

R300 4K7 NC

R299 4K7 NC

D
R735 100R NC R736 100R NC R737 100R NC R738 100R NC

R753 1K

P35 AV1L_IN 2 4 6 8 NC GND 9 CVBS_BYPASS 5 11 AV1_IN AV1R_IN 3 5 7 1 6 2 7 3 8 4

GAME_DA2

L92 120R NC L93 120R NC L94 120R NC L95 120R NC

GPIO_22

Z90 T AUL_OUT0_1

R754 1K

GAME_DA1 Z171 T GAME_LOAD Z186 T GAME_CLK


1 1

GPIO_24

HPOUTL1 AUL_OUT0 R310 10K C284 0.1U C54 1U C437 47U GND 6V3 HPOUTR1 5V_M

GPIO_25

YELLOW

Z92 T

GPIO_23

F28

F30

R79 NC

R81 NC

C275 4700P NC

C276 4700P NC

C277 4700P NC

C274 4700P NC

R318 220R

R317 15K R519 0R GND NC


SCT2_FS_IN

NC

R80 NC GND GND

F29

F31

R82 NC GND

ADIN4_1

GND GND
1

R294 33K NC R295 10K NC


1

ADIN4

F25 Z169 T P30 YELLOW 5 4 Z164 T L87 120R R308 75R AV1L_IN GND L91 120R AV1R_IN 2 BLACK C549 470P 1 C552 470P GND P18 NC 47-RCA276-XX0G 2 F26 R85 NC 1 C285 33P NC GND GND Z85 T Z84 T C286 0.1U NC C282 47P R86 NC
2

C281 22P R302 10R R309 100R C283 0.047U

R83 NC F27
2

AV1_IN

CVBS1

GND

AL0

C531 10U 16V NC

R288 470R NC R293 47K NC


A_MUTE

DA_AUL R291 1K
C B E

R758 1K NC

R741 100R NC C583 2200P NC R742 100R NC C584 2200P NC GND GND

SCT1_AUL_OUT C451 2200P NC

WHITE 3 2 RED 1 Z170 T

R313 100R NC

AR0

C530 10U GND 16V NC R290 47K NC R289 470R NC


A_MUTE

NC Q28 BT3904 NC DA_AUR R292 1K NC Q29 BT3904 NC GND

R759 1K
C

B
GND SCT1_AUR_OUT

GND

SPDIFOUT

NC

B E

R314 100R NC

C450 2200P NC

GND

GND GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 55

SSB: MUX and DEMUX


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B09
F

MUX and DEMUX

R612 100R R611 33K R608 100R C535 10U 16V C296 0.022U R607 100R R338 13 K C537 10U GND 16V C295 0.022U R337 13 K C459 1000P GND R610 10K C458 1000P C95 22U 16V C467 0.1U R609 10K 1 C465 100P 2 3 4 U26 RC4558 1OUT 1IN1IN+ VCCVCC+ 2OUT 2IN2IN+ 8 7 6 5 R606 33K R630 33K R629 33K C460 0.1U

12_M

C540 10U 16V

C533 100U 16V AUL_OUT0 C532 10U 16V R600 33K R617 AL2 100R AUR_OUT0 0.022U C294 R334 13K C534 10U 16V R333 13K GND C455 1000P C468 0.1U C456 1000P GND R339 15K C96 22U 16V R627 33K R340 15K 1 C463 100P 2 3 4 12_MA U27 13-LM833D-00B 1OUT 1IN1IN+ VCC 2OUT 2IN8 7 6 5 R616 33K C457 0.1U C462 A_MUTE R603 1K
B E C

F
R602 10R Q36 BT3904 R597 10R HPOUTL1 R335 4K7

AL3

GND C464 100P

C536 10U 16V

AL21

C539 100U GND 16V 100P A_MUTE R599 1K

GND
C B E

HPOUTR1

GND 2IN+ LM358

Q33 BT3904

GND R336 4K7

AR3

AR2

R598 100R C293 0.022U

GND GND

GND AR21

GND

E
GND GND GND GND GND

R628 33K

GND 12/24V_AUDIO 12_M D19 LL4148 R347 33K R387 100R U37 RC4558 1 2 3 C564 1000P GND AV1R_IN GND C577 4U7 R348 1K GND C53 10U 4 1OUT 1IN1IN+ VCCVCC+ 2OUT 2IN2IN+ 8 7 6 5 R345 5K1 C562 0.1U GND C572 120P R417 22K R418 22K C580 4U7 R404 1K MICOUT_R 12_M C581 4U7 R396 1K MICOUT_L

+12V 12_M R749 10R

5V-IF

R728 0R NC

R729 0R

C492 220U 16V

GND

R303 47K D21 BAV70

C563 120P AV1L_IN R140 820R C576 4U7 R346 1K R384 5K1

D25 LL4148 C466 0.1U C538 10U 16V GND

R594 1K

C122 100U 16V GND GND

C461 0.1U

R715 100R

R593 1K
B

Q53 BT3906
OFF_MUTE

C92 330U 16V

A_MUTE

R386 33K GNDGND

GND C59 10U R595 100K +3V3 GND R142 100K

GND +3V3SB

R306 100K

R95 820R

C568 1000P

C330 0.1U

R373 33K R366 33K

GND R390 10K A_MUTE

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND R385 10K R588 R586 R584 22K 22K 22K R589 R587 R585 22K 22K 22K +12V GPIO_21 R349 100R D20 LL4148

R389 100R
C

PWDN +12V +12V

R365 10K D100 LL4148

B E

Q43 BT3904

GND

R590 22K

R583 22K GND +12V

C121 10U 16V

C495 1000P

MCU_M

GND

R432 10K NC MUX_CTL3 R435 NC 10K


B E

R581 10K MUX_CTL2 R580 10K


GPIO_20
B E C C

GND R146 22K 16 15 14 1 2 3 4 +12V 5 6


C B

+12V R624 22K C123 0.1U

GPIO_8

Q24 BT3904 NC C494 1000P

Q32 BT3904

Y1_L VGA_L AV2_L Y2_L

VDD Y2A Y1A ZA Y0A Y3A A0 A1

Y0B Y2B ZB Y3B Y1B E VEE VSS

R141 22K
MUX1-R

C574 1000P NC GND

GND

GND

GND

MUX1-L

13 12 11

12_M

R244 0R NC R604 10R

12_MA Q100 BT3904


E

Y1_R VGA_R

GND R620 22K

+12V 16

U16 HEF4052B VDD Y2A Y1A ZA Y0A Y3A A0 A1 Y0B Y2B ZB Y3B Y1B E VEE VSS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 GND C75 10U C454 0.1U
AUD_ROUT AUD_LOUT

10 AV2_R Y2_R
MUX_CTLC0

7 8

9 R631 100R

C76 10U C453 0.1U

R246 1K8

C502 0.1U C216 10U


C B

MUX1-L

15 14 AUD_LOUT 13 12

AUD_ROUT +12V C67 10U R341 1K2 R332 1K2 C60 10U

AV1_L MICOUT_L

U15 HEF4052B

MUX_CTLC1 R632 100R

GND MCU_M

GND

Q101 BT3904

MUX1-R

AUD_L

AV1_R MICOUT_R

11 10 R633 100R R426 100R NC GND 9

B
AUD_R

R127 4K7

GND +12V +12V

GND

MUX_CTL2

MUX_CTL3

R748 0R

R582 10K MUX_CTLC1


GPIO_1

R635 10K
MUX_CTLC0

R637 10K
B

Q38 BT3904
E

GPIO_7

R638 10K
B

Q39 BT3904
E

C493 1000P

GND

C471 1000P

GND

A
GND GND

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TCM3.2L LA

10.

EN 56

SSB: Audio Amplifier


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B10
F

Audio Amplifier
LVDSVDD C500 C501 33P 33P 33P 33P GND GND AMP_3V3 C496 33P R372 100R R371 100R R644 100R R641 100R R367 100K C497 33P D27 LL4148 AMP_SCL AMP_SDA C473 4U7 16V Z109 T Z116

R643 100R

R642 100R

LVDS CONNECTOR
AOBCK AOLRCK AOMCLK AOSDATA0 R757 100R NC C323 0.1U R362 3R3 GND U17 STA333BW STA335 36 35 34 33 VDD_DIG2 GND_DIG SCL SDA INT_LINE RESET SDI LRCKL BICKL XT1 PLLGND PLL_FILTER PLL_VDD POWERDN VSS_DIG VDD_DIG OUT4B OUT4A GND_SUB SA TESTMODE VSS VCC_REG OUT2B GND2 VCC2 OUT2A OUT1B VCC1 GND1 OUT1A GND_REG VDD CONFIG OUT3B OUT3A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 OUT1A C322 0.1U R360 0R NC C325 0.1U OUT2A OUT1B C324 0.1U C84 1U AMP_12/24V 12/24V_AUDIO R164 0.22R L139 200R L140 200R C569 1U NC C570 0.1U NC R379 0R AMP_12/24V GND R696 1K GPIO_9 C523 220U 35V NC C504 0.1U Z135 Z130 T

F
C571 1000P 1 3 2 4 6 8
E4N_1

AMP_SA

R378 0R NC

GND Z118

5 7

GND

GND

INT R250 100R C505 1000P R723 100R


C B

GND
OSCL0 OSDA0

C499 C498

Z187

GND

C301 1000P GND

AMP_3V3

GND

LVDSVDD
E3N_1

C302 0.1U

E4P_1 9 E3P_1 11
ECKP_1

10 12
ECKN_1

R370 3K3 C573 0.1U Z132 Z131 T T R377 R647 10K T R652 100R 1K2 +3V3 GND

13
E2P_1

14
E2N_1

32 31

C300 0.1U OUT2B

15
E1P_1

16
E1N_1

17
E0P_1

18
E0N_1

R368 33R R363 33R GND R364 33R C308 4700P 680P C305 R353 2K2 C79 10U PWDN L104 120R R352 10K L103 120R C78 10U GND R369 33R C326 0.1U

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 AMP_3V3 C309 0.1U 21 R361 3R3 20 19

C85 1U

C522 220U 35V

GND

O4P_1

O4N_1

GND L105 120R

27
O3P_1

28
O3N_1

GND

GND

29
OCKP_1

30
OCKN_1

GND D101 LL4148

31 Z117 T
O2P_1

32
O2N_1

33
O1P_1

34
O1N_1

35
O0P_1

36
O0N_1

37

38 40 P17 T Z128

16 AMP_CF 17 18

AMP_3V3

39 T Z93

R351 0R

+3V3

GND

GND L13 33R E4P_1 E4P 3 4 3 L12 4 33R ECKP_1 3 ECKN_1 4 E2P_1 3 E2N_1 L10 4 33R E1P_1 3 E1N_1 4 E0P_1 3 2 E0N L8 33R 4 1 E0N_1 1 E0P 2 E1N 1 L9 33R E1P O1P_1 3 O1N_1 4 O0P_1 3 O0N_1 L6 4 33R 1 2 O0N 1 O0P 2 O1N 2 E2N O2N_1 L4 33R 4 L7 33R O1P 1 1 E2P O2P_1 3 2 O2N 2 ECKN L11 33R ECKP 2 E4N 1 E3P 2 E3N 1 OCKP_1 3 OCKN_1 4 1 O2P 2 OCKN O3N_1 L2 4 33R 1 L5 33R OCKP O3P_1 3 2 O3N O4P_1 4 1 O4N_1 3 2 O4N O3P L3 33R O4P

R12 0R NC

GND

GND

Q42 BT3904 NC

19 ROT/DCR 21 ODSEL 23 VBR_EXT 25

20 22 24 26 SEL_LVDS BIT_SEL Z133 VBR_OUT

GND

D
R21 0R NC 5V_M 12_M R20 0R
1 S2 2 G2 3 S1 4 G1

E4P_1 C169 U28 A04803


8 D2A 7 D2B 6 D1A 5 D1B

10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P

O4P_1 O3P_1

C491 C490

10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P 10P

E4N_1 E3P_1 E3N_1

E3P_1 C246 LVDSVDD


ECKP_1 C327 E2P_1 E1P_1 E0P_1 E4N_1 E3N_1

OCKP_1 C489 O2P_1 O1P_1 O0P_1 O4N_1 O3N_1

C280 C475 C407 C336 C328

C488 C487 C486 C485 C484

+3V3 R380 22K R382 10K ADIN5 R732 1K


B E C

R381 4K7

R374 470K

Q45 BT3904

C86 0.22U D26 LL4148

ECKN_1 C479 E2N_1 E1N_1 E0N_1

OCKN_1 C483 O2N_1 O1N_1 O0N_1

C478 C477 C476

C482 C481 C480

R391 4K7

C
GND GND GND

T P25 1

Z115 Z112 Z113 T Z114 T NC/OUT_LOUTL+/OUT_L+ L18 22UH C303 0.1U C314 1000P C83 0.47U R18 6R8 OUT1A C313 330P R13 22R R359 3K3 R356 3K3 C315 1000P NC GND C307 1000P R357 3K3 R358 GND 3K3 C81 0.47U R355 0R C310 0.1U C304 0.1U R354 0R R14 22R GND P23 CLICK&32"PS NC 3 2 GND R19 6R8 1 GND T Z111 C321 1000P CLICK NC C320 1000P CLICK NC C306 1000P CLICK NC C82 0.47U CLICK NC OUTR+/SUBW+

L17 22UH CLICK NC C319 0.1U CLICK NC C318 0.1U CLICK NC

OUT2A

2 OUTL-/OUT_R+ 3 NC/OUT_R4 AMP_12/24V

R16 6R8 CLICK NC C316 330P CLICK NC

Z110 T

Audio VMID control


R653 200R
OFF_MUTE AUD_VMID

C521 220U 35V

C518 220U 35V

C317 0.1U CLICK NC

GND R17 6R8 CLICK NC

R639 10K NC

C B E

NC Q40 BT3904 NC GND C77 10U C503 0.1U

R15 22R CLICK NC

C520 220U 35V

C519 220U 35V

GND C311 0.1U C312 330P L19 22UH OUT1B R712 0R NC OUT2A OUTR-/SUBWC299 0.1U CLICK NC L20 22UH CLICK NC

GND

OUT2B

FOR 2.1 CONFIG:


R13 --- 22R ,R354 --- 0R , C312 --- 330P; C81 --- 0.47U ,R355 --- 0R; C518/C519/C520/C521 --- 330U/16; R356/R357/R358/R359 --- 3K3; C317/C318/C319/C299/R16/R17 --- NC
A A

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SSB: MCU Stand-by


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B11
F

MCU Stand-by

+3V3SB

+3V3SB

F
ADIN2 Q49 BT3904 R444 1K
C B E

R443 47K

R285 47K

KEY

12/24V_AUDIO

12_M

Z225 +3V3SB

R398 1K R724 100R NC

OIRI_IS IR_MCU

OIRI

Q47 BT3904 NC R446 100R

Z226 Z227 T T T 1

P21

C B E

R392 1K NC

OIRI_IS R711 100R

C561 1000P GND GND +3V3SB

+3V3SB

R183 33K

R284 1K NC +3V3SB

MODE 2 TXD_PBS 3 RXD_PBS 4 CWSS MCU_RESET Z221


B

POWERON/OFF

R445 4K7

C558 1000P

CEC1

R393 4K7 NC

C559 1000P 1

A0 A1 A2 GND

GND

GND

2 3 4 GND

8 VCC 7 WP 6 SCL 5 SDA

VGAHSYNC#

Z218 T PBS_SCL PBS_SDA C338 22P NC C339 22P NC R403 10K NC

ORESET#

CEC1

U29 AT24C02 NC

R419 10K NC C515 0.1U

C513 0.1U

R430 100R C511 0.1U D3 8V2

5 6 7

R424 100R

Q54 BT3906 PWR_DETECT

GND R425 100R R431 100R

GND

GND R421 4K7

R400 10K R399 22K GND +3V3SB R695 10K GND

T Z222 Z223

Z224

+3V3SB

Z203 T L122 120R C332 0.1U 2

23

22

20

19

24

21

P31/TZOUT/CMP11

P30/CNTR0#/CMP10

P32/INT2/CNTR1/CMP12

P33/INT3#/TCIN

IVCC

P07/AN0

AVSS

AVCC/VREF

U32 RT9166-33 NC
OUT GND IN

Z202 T 3 C98 47U 6V3 NC 5VSB

R433 10K +3V3SB MCU_M

R751 0R

18

17

GND

U8 R8C11

PC_H

R450 0R

Z217

CEC_IN

5VSB

CEC_OUT

R694 10K

+3V3SB R422 10K R415 10K R401 10K

C344 1U

C99 47U 6V3

C331 0.1U NC

R420 5K1 SHORT_PROTECT R405 1K

25 26 27 R402 100R 28 29 30 31 R413 100R 32

P06/AN1 P05/AN2 P04/AN3

5V_M

P45/INT0#

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

PC_V

R716 100R R411 4K7

VGAVSYNC# PWR_DETECT C508 0.1U GND


B C

GND R449 10K R448 10K

MODE KEY ADIN4 ADIN3 TXD_PBS RXD_PBS Z199 Z200 T +3V3SB PBS_SDA PBS_SCL L113 120R L112 120R L114 120R C512 0.1U C509 10P T Z198 T Z197 T P32 1 2 C510 10P 3 4 5 3 P8 47-MIC012-XX0 GND 1 2 C516 10P Z214 T Z215 T

P10/KI0#/AN8/CMPO0 MODE P11/KI1#/AN9/CMPO1 P03/AN4 P12/KI2#/AN10/CMPO2 P02/AN5 P13/KI3#/AN11 P01/AN6 P14/TXD0

R416 10K R705 5K6 NC


E

R406 100R R412 100R R414 100R

R407 100R R409 100R

PBS_SDA R408 100R R410 100R PBS_SCL U1RX U1TX LED_RED

R704 100R NC Q58 BT3906 NC P34 4 3 2


C

P17/INT1#/CNTR0

P37/RXD10/RXD1

P00/AN7/TXD11

P15/RXD0 P16/CLK0

Z220 R718 0R NC GPIO_4 R707 10K NC R706 10K NC Q59 BT3904 NC


B E

R717 100R

XOUT/P47

XIN/P46

RESET

CWSS

VCC

VSS

R447 100R

1 T Z219 GND NC

IR_MCU CWSS +3V3SB R440 1M C554 1000P NC GND X5 16M C340 10P C341 10P C517 0.1U

MCU_RESET

L111 120R L110 120R

+3V3SB

TXD_PBS RXD_PBS R427 5K1

R93

F35

C514 10P

Z216 T

GND F36 GND R92 GND T 5VSB R429 10K NC R428 10K NC L117 120R C342 100P R434 10K L118 GND GND Z206 Z205 Z207 Z204 T T T T C343 100P 120R L121 120R R251 100R L115 R281 100R R283 100R C542 1000P R91 L116 120R 120R LED Z209 GND Z210 T Z211 T T 1 2 3 4 5 6 C474 4U7 16V GND MCU_RESET OIRI_IS P15 D1 LL4148 R438 4K7 +3V3SB U36 MAX809 NC 3
VCC GND RESET

IR PASSTHROUGH Z229 Z230 T 3 2 1 R90 NC 2 OIRI_IN L108 120R P3

+3V3SB

C506 10P

F37

R423 6K8

2
TO_STB Z231 R394 0R NC R88 NC T IR LINK 2 4 5 F32 3 1 R89 NC F33 P29

OIRI_IN

B
LED_RED GPIO_11 KEY ADIN1

2
T Z234

C72 0.1U

F34

C582 1000P

7 F100 GND

1
GND

C557 1000P

C560 1000P

C335 GND 100P GND C333 100P

C334 100P

R125

GND

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EN 59

Layout Small Signal Board (Top, Part1)

PART 1

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EN 60

Layout Small Signal Board (Top, Part 2)

PART 2

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EN 61

Layout Small Signal Board (Bottom)

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Layout Small Signal Board (Bottom, Part1)

PART 1

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EN 63

Layout Small Signal Board (Bottom, Part 2)

PART 2

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EN 64

Side Control Panel


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

E
F

Side Control Panel

P601 7 6 KEY 5 4 3
D

R602 22K R601 3K3 R603 5K6 R605 9K1 R604 1.2K C1 0.1U R606 0R vol+ volmenu ch+ chPOWER
12 10 8 6 4 2

K1
11 9 7 5 3 1

2 1

P602
C

+3.3V IR_IN GND

6 5 4

LED_RED 3 GPIO_11 2 ADIN1 1

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EN 65

Layout Side Control Panel

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EN 66

IR Panel
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

J
F

IR Panel

IR VCC GND

G1

R7 100R

R10 4K7 R8 100R

P1 6 +3.3V
E

R5 22K
E

5IR_IN 4 GND 3LED_RED GPIO_11 2 1 ADIN1 D2 D1 C1 10U R3 4K7 R9 1K8

R1 4K7

C B E

Q1 BC847BW

Q2 BC847BW

C B E

R4 1K

+3.3V

+3.3V

R20 4K7 NC +3.3V R2 4K7


C B E

R15 100K NC

Q3 BC847BW R19 0R NC R11 10K NC R13 1K Q4 BC847BW


C B E

G2

C 2 E
B

R16 10K NC R17 100K

ADIN1

C2 10U

C3 10U

C4 10U

R12 33K

R14 10K

R18 100K
A

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EN 67

Layout IR Panel

Personal Notes:

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