ORDER NO.

RRV2843
DVR-3100-S

DVD RECORDER

DVR-3100-S
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
DVR-3100-S DVR-3100-S DVR-3100-S WY WYXU WVXU

Type

Power Requirement
AC220-240V AC220-240V AC220-240V

Region No.
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Serial No. Please confirm 3rd & 4th alphabetical letters.
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When servicing this model, some service procedures may reset the settings that customer set (*) to the factory default settings. Make sure to explain this to the customer. (*) : Initial Setup (Clock Setting, Remote Control Set, Channel settings, Video Out settings, Audio In settings, Audio Out settings, Language settings) Refer to the chapter 12 of the Operating Instructions for more details.

For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services" .

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2003

T-ZZV OCT. 2003 printed in Japan

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SAFETY INFORMATION
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LABEL CHECK

WARNING! DEVICE INCLUDES LASER DIODE WHICH EMITS INVISIBLE INFRARED RADIATION WHICH IS DANGEROUS TO EYES. THERE IS A WARNING SIGN ACCORDING TO PICTURE 1 INSIDE THE DEVICE CLOSE TO THE LASER DIODE.

LASER Picture 1 Warning sign for laser radiation

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Additional Laser Caution
IMPORTANT THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS LASER OF CLASS 1. SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS SHOULD BE DONE BY A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON.

LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 50 mw WAVELENGTH : 658 nm

1. The ON/OFF(ON:low level,OFF:high level) status of the CLAMP signals for detecting the loading state are detected by the drive CPUs, and the design prevents laser diode oscillation when the CLAMP signal turns OFF. In normal operation, if no disc is clamped, the laser diode oscillation is disabled. However, the interlock does not always operate in the test mode. 2. When the cover is opened, close viewing of the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to a Class 3A laser beam.

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[ Important symbols for good services ]
In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely. When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
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1. Product safety
You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performances of the product, optimum adjustments or specification confirmation is indispensable. In accordance with the procedures or instructions described in this manual, adjustments should be performed.

3. Cleaning
For optical pickups, tape-deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, and other parts requiring cleaning, proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.
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4. Shipping mode and shipping screws
To protect the product from damages or failures that may be caused during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be installed before shipping out in accordance with this manual, if necessary.

5. Lubricants, glues, and replacement parts
Appropriately applying grease or glue can maintain the product performances. But improper lubrication or applying glue may lead to failures or troubles in the product. By following the instructions in this manual, be sure to apply the prescribed grease or glue to proper portions by the appropriate amount.For replacement parts or tools, the prescribed ones should be used.
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CONTENTS
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SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 5 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 8 2.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................... 8 2.2 EXTERIOR............................................................................................................................................... 10 2.3 FRONT PANEL ........................................................................................................................................ 12 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 14 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 14 3.1.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................... 14 3.1.2 TUJB ASSY BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................ 16 3.1.3 MAIN ASSY BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................ 18 3.1.4 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 20 3.2 ATAB ASSY and OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM...................................................................................... 22 3.3 TUJB(1/3) ASSY ...................................................................................................................................... 24 3.4 TUJB ASSY(2/3) ...................................................................................................................................... 26 3.5 TUJB ASSY(3/3) ...................................................................................................................................... 28 3.6 FRJB and DVJB ASSYS .......................................................................................................................... 29 3.7 MAIN ASSY(1/5) ...................................................................................................................................... 30 3.8 MAIN ASSY(2/5) ...................................................................................................................................... 32 3.9 MAIN ASSY(3/5) ...................................................................................................................................... 34 3.10 MAIN ASSY(4/5) .................................................................................................................................... 36 3.11 MAIN ASSY(5/5) .................................................................................................................................... 38 3.12 MHLP ASSY .......................................................................................................................................... 40 3.13 FLKY ASSY ........................................................................................................................................... 42 3.14 SCRB ASSY .......................................................................................................................................... 44 3.15 POWER SUPPLY UNIT.......................................................................................................................... 46 3.16 WAVE FORMS ....................................................................................................................................... 47 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................... 50 4.1 ATAB ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 50 4.2 TUMJ ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 52 4.3 MAIN and MHLP ASYS ........................................................................................................................... 56 4.4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT............................................................................................................................ 60 4.5 FRJB and DVJB ASSYS .......................................................................................................................... 62 4.6 FLKY ASSY ............................................................................................................................................. 63 4.7 SCRB ASSY ............................................................................................................................................ 64 5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 66 6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 71 6.1 TUJB ASSY ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................... 71 6.2 MAIN ASSY ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................... 72 7. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 73 7.1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 73 7.1.1 CPRM ID NUMBER AND DATA SETTING............................................................................................ 73 7.1.2 SERVICE MODE................................................................................................................................... 75 7.1.3 DV DEBUG MODE................................................................................................................................ 83 7.1.4 ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT .......................................................................................................... 86 7.1.5 VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FOR SPECIFIC AREA ..................................................................................... 88 7.1.6 SETUP SEQUENCE ............................................................................................................................. 92 7.1.7 DISASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................................................... 93 7.2 IC ............................................................................................................................................................. 96 7.3 OUTLINE OF THE PRODUCT............................................................................................................... 127 7.4 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT .................................................................................................................... 130 7.5 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................. 132 8. PANEL FACILITIES ...................................................................................................................................... 133

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
General
System...........................DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW,Video-CD, CD, CD-R/RW (WMA, MP3, JPEG. CD-DA) Power requirements.............................220–240 V, 50/60 Hz Power consumption.......................................................35 W Power consumption in standby mode..............0.7 W (FL off) Weight..........................................................................4.4 kg Dimensions...........................420 (W) x 69 (H) x 341 (D) mm Operating temperature....................................+5°C to +35°C Operating humidity..................5% to 85% (no condensation) TV system..............PAL/SECAM/NTSC (external input only)

Tuner
Receivable channels
PAL B/G
VHF (low) VHF (high) Frequency 47 - 89 MHz 104 - 300 MHz Channel E2 - E4 X-Z E5 - E12 S1 - S20 M1 - M10 U1 - U10 S21 - S41 E21 - E69

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PAL I
Frequency 44 - 89 MHz 104 - 300 MHz Channel A-C X-Z D-J 11, 13 S1 - S20 S21 - S41 E21 - E69

Hyper UHF

302 - 470 MHz 470 - 862 MHz

302 - 470 MHz 470 - 862 MHz

Recording
Recording format................................DVD Video Recording DVD-VIDEO
VHF (low)

SECAM L
Frequency 49 - 65 MHz 104 - 300 MHz Channel 2-4 5 - 10 B-Q

SECAM D/K
Frequency 49 - 94 MHz 104 - 300 MHz Channel R1 - R5 R6 - R12 S1 - S20

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Recordable discs
DVD-RW (DVD Re-recordable disc) DVD-R (DVD Recordable disc)
VHF (high)

Video recording format
Sampling frequency.................................................13.5MHz Compression format....................................................MPEG

Hyper UHF

300 - 470 MHz 470 - 862 MHz

S21 - S41 21 - 69

302 - 470 MHz 470 - 862 MHz

S21 - S41 E21 - E69

Audio recording format
Sampling frequency.....................................................48kHz Compression format..................Dolby Digital or Linear PCM (uncompressed)

Recording time
Fine (FINE).....................................................Approx. 1 hour Standard Play (SP).......................................Approx. 2 hours Long Play (LP)..............................................Approx. 4 hours Extended Play (EP).......................................Approx. 6 hours Manual Mode (MN)...................................Approx. 1–6 hours

STEREO B/G - A2 I - NICAM L - NICAM B/G - NICAM D/K - NICAM

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Timer
Programs..............................................1 month/32 programs Clock..............................Quartz lock (24-hour digital display) Power off memory.........Approx. 5 years (after manufacture)

Input/Output
VHF/UHF antenna input/output terminal...........VHF/UHF set 75 Ω (IEC connector) Video input......................................Input 1, 3 (rear), 2 (front) Input level.........................................................1 Vp-p (75 Ω) Jacks............................................. AV connector 2 (Input 1), RCA jack (Input 2,3) Video output..........................................................Output 1,2 Output level .....................................................1 Vp-p (75 Ω) Jacks...............................................AV connector (Output 1) RCA jack (Output 2) S-Video input..................................Input 1, 3 (rear), 2 (front) Y (luminance) - Input level................................1 Vp-p (75 Ω) C (colour) - Input level...............................286 mVp-p (75 Ω) Jacks..............................................AV connector 2 (Input 1), 4 pin mini DIN (Input 2,3) S-Video output.......................................................Output 1,2 Y (luminance) - Output level.............................1 Vp-p (75 Ω) C (colour) - Output level............................286 mVp-p (75 Ω) Jacks...........................................AV connector 1 (Output 1), 4 pin mini DIN (Output 2) Audio input...............................Input 1, 3 (rear), 2 (front) L/R Input level During audio input......................................................2V rms (Input impedance: more than 22 kΩ) Jacks..............................................AV connector 2 (Input 1), RCA jacks (Inputs 2,3)
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Audio output....................................................Output 1,2 L/R During audio output.....................................................2V rms (Output impedance: less than 1.5 kΩ) Jacks............................................AV connector 1 (output 1), RCA jacks (output 2) Control input.............................................................Mini jack DV input/output...............................................................4 pin (i.LINK/IEEE 1394 standard)

Supplied accessories
Remote control.....................................................................1 Dry cell batteries (AA/R6P)..................................................2 Audio / Video cable (red/white/yellow).................................1 RF antenna cable.................................................................1 Power cable..........................................................................1 Operating Instructions..........................................................1 Warranty card.......................................................................1

AV Connectors (21-pin connector assignment)
AV connector input/output...........................21-pin connector This connector provides the video and audio signals for connection to a compatible colour TV or monitor.
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Note: The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice, due to improvement.

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PIN no. 1........................................................................Audio 2/R out 11.................................................................................G∗ out 3........................................................................Audio 1/L out 15.......................................................................R∗ or C∗ out 4.....................................................................................GND 17...................................................................................GND 7...................................................................................B∗ out 19.............................................................Video out or Y∗ out 8...................................................................................Status 21...................................................................................GND ∗ : AV CONNECTOR 1(RGB)-TV is output

Accessories
• Remote control ×1 (VXX2884 : WYXU/WY types) (VXX2883 : WVXU type) • RF antenna cable(PAL) ×1 (VDE1075)

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• Power cable ×1 (ADG1154 : WYXU/WY types)

(ADG1156 : WVXU type)

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• Audio / Video cable(1.5m) ×1 (red/white/yellow) (VDE1077) • Dry cell batteries ×2 (AA/R6P)

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
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Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING

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PACKING parts List
Mark No. > 1 2 3 4 5 Description Power Cable Audio/Video Cable RF Antenna Cable Remote Control Battery Cover Dry Cell Batteries (R6P,AA) Operating Instructions (English) Operating Instructions (French) Operating Instructions (German) Operating Instructions (Italian) Part No. See Contrast table(2) VDE1077 VDE1075 See Contrast table(2) AZA7424 VEM1030 See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) Mark No. 11 12 NSP 13 NSP 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description Operating Instructions (Dutch) Operating Instructions (Spanish) Warranty Card Cord Sheet Polyethylene Bag Mirror Sheet Accessory Case Front Pad Rear Pad Packing Case Part No. See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) ARY7065 See Contrast table(2) VHL1051 VHL1006 VHC1112 See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2)
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(2) CONTRAST TABLE DVR-3100-S/WY, WYXU and WVXU are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No. > Symbol and Description DVR-3100-S/WY ADG1154 VXX2884 VRB1316 VRE1101 VRE1103 DVR-3100-S/ WYXU ADG1154 VXX2884 VRB1316 VRE1101 VRE1103 DVR-3100-S/ WVXU ADG1156 VXX2883 VRB1318 Not used Not used

1 Power Cord 4 Remote Control 7 Operating Instructions (English) 8 Operating Instructions (French) 9 Operating Instructions (German) 10 Operating Instructions (Italian) 11 Operating Instructions (Dutch) 12 Operating Instructions (Spanish) 14 Cord Sheet 18 Front Pad 19 Rear Pad 20 Packing Case

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VRE1105 VRE1107 VRE1109 Not used VHA1346 VHA1347 VHG2417

Not used Not used Not used VEG-012 VHA1346 VHA1347 VHG2416
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2.2 EXTERIOR
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55 Bond Lock process (Use GYA1011 or GYL1005) Paste the bond both to the aluminum tape and the side chassis of the DRIVE Assy.( part) The paste point is only this aluminum tape.
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EXTERIOR parts List
Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 > 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 NSP 20 NSP 21 22 23 24 NSP 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Description ATAB ASSY TUJB ASSY FRJB ASSY MAIN ASSY MHLP ASSY POWER SUPPLY UNIT DRIVE ASSY R6 DC FAN Motor DVJB ASSY Connector Assy Connector Assy Flexible Cable (32P) Flexible Cable (21P) Flexible Cable (40P) Flexible Cable (15P) Housing Assy (4P) Housing Assy (8P) Housing Assy (2P) Leg Assy PCB Holder P. Plate Holder Earth Plate Radiation Sheet Card Spacer Clamp Heatsink Cushion Gasket A Gasket B Gasket Sheet M Cushion A Aluminum tape Rear Panel Part No. VWV1968 VWV1962 VWV1965 VWV1971 VWV1991 VWR1374 VXX2898 VXM1109 VWV1967 PF08EE-D25 PF13PP-D25 VDA1975 VDA1976 VDA1977 VDA1980 VKP2313 VKP2314 VKP2315 AEC7113 PNW1706 PNY-405 VBK1148 VEB1360 VEC1708 VEC2362 VEC2363 VEC2382 VEC2393 VEC2394 VEC2398 VEF1056 See Contrast table(2) Mark No. 33 NSP 34 35 NSP 36 NSP 37 NSP 38 NSP 39 NSP 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 NSP 54 55 56 NSP 57 58 59 60 NSP 61 62 Description Bonnet Case Base Chassis PCB Base Writer Stay R Writer Stay L HDD Stay Bonnet Angle Heatsink Cable Holder Pioneer Name Plate Tray Sheet A Tray Sheet B Tray Sheet C Tray Sheet D Tray Panel Assy Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Flexible Cable (7P) DV Angle Bonnet Label Screw Front Panel Assy SCRB ASSY Flexible Cable(35P) Flexible Cable(15P) Spacer 40 Earth Plate Part No. VXX2897 See Contrast table(2) VNE2278 VNE2318 VNE2319 VNE2320 VNE2321 VNH1070 VNK5330 VAM1136 VEC2346 VEC2358 VEC2395 VEC2396 VXA2602 AMZ30P060FMC BBZ30P060FMC BPZ30P080FZK PPZ30P080FMC BCZ40P060FN VDA1979 VNE2322 See Contrast table(2) VBA1088 See Contrast table(2) VWV1958 VDA1982 VDA1983
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(2) CONTRAST TABLE DVR-3100-S/WY, WYXU and WVXU are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No. 32 34 55 57 Symbol and Description Rear Panel Base Chassis Bonnet Label Front Panel Assy (WYXU and WVXU types are individual parts.) DVR-3100-S/WY VNA2674 VNB1040 VRW1990 VXA2634 DVR-3100-S/ WYXU VNA2610 VNB1039 VRW1990 Not used DVR-3100-S/ WVXU VNA2610 VNB1039 VRW1987 Not used
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FRONT PANEL parts List
Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Description FLKY ASSY Flexible Cable (19P) Rubber Sheet Door Spring Rubber Foot Drive Sheet FL Lens Door Lens Jack Sheet FL Filter Jack Door JOG Dial S JOG Base Hologram Label Part No. VWG2443 VDA1974 AEB7054 VBK1144 VEB1349 VEC2345 VEC2352 See Contrast table(2) VEC2381 VEC2354 VNK5309 VNK5316 VNK5317 VRW1962 Mark No. 15 NSP 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Description Flont Panel Assy Front Panel Front Cover R Front Cover L Main Key S Power Key S Rec Key Stop Key S Function Cover Screw DV Cover Part No. VXA2616
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(2) CONTRAST TABLE DVR-3100-S/WY, WYXU and WVXU are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark No. 8 Door Lens Symbol and Description DVR-3100-S/WY VEC2377 DVR-3100-S/ WYXU VEC2377 DVR-3100-S/ WVXU VEC2376
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3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
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U3001 VXF1023 TV TUNER MODULE
RF IN RF OUT IF 11 OUT

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IC3903 TDA9818TS
Trap
PIF SAW SIF SAW

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Y/Comp Selector IC3301 LA73030

AV1(TV) AV2(STB)

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IC101(1/2) CN203(1/2) CN210(1/2) (35P) (35P) LA73026AV
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FRJB ASSY
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IC4001 MSP3417G
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Audio Selector with Electirc ATT IC2801 LC75342M
LPF
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JA2832 INPUT3 VIDEO
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TUJB ASSY(1/3)
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IC1001 M65672WG 1 Chip Sysytem Codec

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DVD-VR DVD-Video

DVD-VR DVD-Video

CN401 CN4401
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CN101
(45P) SPDL MOTOR 5

IC203 DS90LV027ATM

IC202 SDRAM 16Mbit

IC1103 DSP IC201 UPD63620 IC1401 ATA SDRAM IC1421 256Mbit×2 SRAM 4Mbit

Pickup

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IC301 M30700FJLGP Writer CPU

LVDS Driver

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Flash 64Mbit IC1102 CPU SDRAM 128Mbit IC1101

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RF IC

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CN2008 (1/2)
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CN3001 (1/2) CD Digital
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PICKUP ASSY

IC101 UPC3320GC CN501
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CN2009 (2P)
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LOADING MOTOR STEPPIONG MOTOR

CD Digital

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DRIVE ASSY
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DVJB ASSY
XTPB XTPA 3 6 TPB TPB TPA 4 7 XTPB

DV TERMINAL

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CN3001(1/2)
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CN5102 1,3 2 IC5204 DV SDRAM 16Mbit
(7P)

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IC2001 PD5947A8 Tuner U-com

IC2251 BR24L32F-W EEPROM

IC2271 RS5C372A Real Time Clock

IC5202 UPD72893AGD-LML IEEE1394 Link IC

IC5101 UPD72852AGB-8EU IEEE1394 Physical IC

Control Data L
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I 2/2 SCRB ASSY
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IC102
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SCART Interface
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IC101(2/2) LA73026AV

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AV2(STB) AV1(TV)
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CN2001 (1/2) (32P)

IC3101 AK5381VT
9 Audio 10 A/D 2 12 48KHz 20Bit

IC105
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MIX

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JA102
V/Y V/Y B G R/C L L
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• MPEG2 PS Encode • AC-3/Linear PCM Audio Encode • 2ch ATA/ATAPI Interface • MPEG2 PS Decode T26 • AC-3/MPEG1/Linear V27 PCM Audio Decode

IC114
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Sampling Rate IC3301 Converter AD1895AYRS

IC113
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IC103
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IC106

CN4702

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CN2 PLD ALTERA PDY081A

IC107
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IC1301 ENC SDRAM 128Mbit

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IC1

MHLP ASSY

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CN2001 (2/2)
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CN3001 (2/2)
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IC4001 Pin27 IC3903 Pin16 YOUT

JA3551 VIDEO
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LINE OUT 2 L R

DEC SDRAM 64Mbit IC1201 IC3201 PCM1742KE
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Audio 7 D/A Conv.

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TUJB ASSY(3/3)
JA3081

IC3251-1/2 CN3001(2/2) CN2008(2/2) UPC4570G2 SPDIF
20 20

Tuner U-com
(21P) (21P)

IC1001 PT6315

F
5

FLKY ASSY
V1001

CN2005
(19P)

OPTICAL AC-3/PCM DIGITAL AUDIO OUT

FL Driver CN1001
(19P)

F

FL

Key SW

DVR-3100-S
6 7 8

15

1

2

3

4

3.1.2 TUJB ASSY BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
+32V Reg. U3001 V/U Tuner Module VXF 102311
AGC AFC

+5V Ripple Filter

+6V SW.

TUON<u-com>

B
IF

TUJB ASSY (VWV1962)

SCL AFT SDA AGC <u-com>

PIF SAW Trap SIF SAW

1,2

IC3903 12 TDA9818TS VIF/SIF IC
16

SIF <IC4001:Pin2>

23,24

Video Input Circuit
Q3344

AGC

24

V/Y

B

AGC <u-com>

IC3301 LA73030 Video Selector
26
C

LPF
Q3342

V/Y

I 1/2

CN203 (1/2) 5
21 27 29

CN210(1/2)
31 15 9 7

LPF
Q3362

C

Y C L R

SCRB ASSY (1/2) (VWV1958)

Sync-Sepa
28
SYNC Q3371

SYNCAFT<u-com>

Comparator

SYNCMAIN

SYNC<u-com> SELV1 YVSEL SELV2 SWSTBY <u-com> SELV3

SIF <IC3903:VIF/SIF IC>

SCL <u-com> SDA

C
S JA2832 C Y V IN3 (Rear) L R SDET3 <u-com>

2

IC4001 Stereo Decoder MSP3417G

FRJB ASSY (VWV1965)

Q4001-Q4004

15kHz LPF

JA1301

S C Y V L R

4 14 12 10 6 8

12 2 4 6 10 8

SDET2 <u-com>

IC2801 Audio Selector with Electric A.T.T LC75342M

5

L

26 R

C

JA1302
IN2 (Front)

Audio Input Circuit
EVOLCLK EVOLDATA <u-com> EVOLCE

D

JA3081 Optical OUT

CN1301

I 2/2
SCRB ASSY (2/2) (VWV1958)
E

CN3002 CN210(2/2)
7 9 11 17 19 23 25 31 33 29 27 25 19 17 13 11 5 3 1

C Y G B R L R TU_CVBS TU_L TU_R IC3903 Pin16

CN203(2/2) 35

IC3501 LA73054 Video Driver with LPF
28 31 33 6 8

13.5MHz LPF 13.5MHz LPF 13.5MHz Trap 6.5MHz LPF 6.5MHz LPF 13.5MHz LPF

Y C V

JA3551

Y C Comp Muting (Discrete) L R

LAMUTE RAMUTE <MAIN>

Output Circuit

OUT2

F

16
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

IC1001

V1001

A

FLCLK, FLDATA, FLSTB
<Q3907>

FL Driver PT6315
Q1001

FL Display

PSAVEBS
EVOLCLK

FLPON

<IC2801> EVOLDATA

+6V SW
S1003

EVOLCE
<JA1301, SDET2 JA2832>

IC2001 Tuner/FL Control U-com PD5947A8

JOGA, JOGB

SDET1 SDET3

JOG
S1001-S1008

KEY1, KEY2 KEY1_2

F
FLKY ASSY
(VWG2443)
B

<Q3362>

SYNCAFT SYNC

Front Keys
IC1002

<IC3301>

IR Detector CN2005 CN1001

SELV1 SELV2 <IC3301> SELV3 SWSTBY
<IC3903>

LM/LDASH AGC DCTR1 STBYQ TUON SCLEEP
IC2251

JA2201

<U3001> <IC4001> <IC4001> <Q3006,etc>

SELIR
Q2640

SR In

FAN Driver
BT2271

FAN

PCMOUT

2

CN2009
< from DRIVE >

ASCK SST to M SSM to T HST to M HSM to TSYS XRESET

SDAEEP

EEPROM BR24L32F-W

Battery

BUP

XINTRA SCL SDA FUNC

IC2271 Real-Time Clock RS5C372A

Other Devices
X2001

C

20

SCART Control

BUP 21 SPDIF

AVLO AVLIN BLANK XP_SAVE

XIN, XOUT Ceramic Resonator XRESETIN Reset IC PST3245
IC2521

PCMOUT

8

RAMUTE LAMUTE

5 3

CN2008
< from/to MAIN >
SELR SELL SELC SELV/Y
30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 SYNCMAIN 20 19 18 17 L R 16 15 14 13 Cr/R 12 11 Cb/B Y/G C 10 9 8 7 6 Y 5 4 3 2 1

U-com I/F

D

E

CN3001
< to/from MAIN >

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

17

1

2

3

4

3.1.3 MAIN ASSY BLOCK DIAGRAM
A

D MAIN ASSY
(VWV1971)
AUDIO LR OUT IC3251

CN2001

AUDIO LR IN

IC3101 AK5381VT A/D
Q2101-Q2105

IC3201 PCM1742KE DAC

B

VIDEO Y,C,Yp,Cb,Cr OUT VIDEO Y,C IN
Q2402,Q2403

TO TUNER u-COM
IC3001

C

CN3001

IC1301
ENC SDRAM

ECLK0

IC3403

IC2301,IC2331,Q2203 Q2222

M65672WG 1 Chip System Codec

MT48LC4M32B2TG-6

IC1201
DEC SDRAM W986416DH-6
D

DCLK0

K4S561632D-TC75

IC1401

To Writer

ATA SDRAM

• MPEG2 PS Encode • AC-3/Linear PCM Audio Encode • 2ch ATA/ATAPI Interface • MPEG2 PS Decode • AC-3/MPEG1/Linear PCM Audio Decode

CN4401

ARCLK0

E

ATA BUS

SERIAL

ADCCLKO

IC1001

IC1102 CN1901 FLASH
VYW2116
F

IC1103 Backup SRAM
CY62148VLL-70ZI

18
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

A

VSS1195 X4102
VCXO
Input Mster clock

IC4101
B

ADMCLKI

27M

33/36M

IC3402 SM8707KV PLL IC 24
AD1895AYRS

SRC**I

IC3301 SRC

SRC**O AMCLK1 AMCLK2 VMCLKI

C

36M 33M

27M

Master Clock Free Run

IC4205
TC7WHU04FU
Play Mster clock

DVVPWM

IC4206

DVPLLCK(ADMCLKI)

CN4702 CN2

D

IC1 PDY081A ALTERA

E

MHLP ASSY (VWV1991)
DVVCLKO

IC4009
E

HCLK0 IC5202 HOST BUS MCLK IC1101 CPU SDRAM
K4S281632E-TC75

VCLKI UPD72893AGD-LML LINK/DV CODEC
CN5102

IC5204 DV SDRAM
K4S161622D

UPD72852AGB-8EU SCLK IC5101 Phy

DV
F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

19

1

2

3

4

3.1.4 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
A

D MAIN ASSY
CN4702 (30P) 16 17 18 19
V+3D V+3D V+3D V+3D

E
CN2 (30P) 16 17 18 19

MHLP ASSY
V+3D

B

V+3D

IC4008 V+PRA 1.2V REG. 1
V+1R2V V+5A

3

IC4004 5V REG. 5 1
V+4V

IC4007 V+3V 3.3V REG. 5 4 IC5002 V+2R5 2.5V REG. 7
V+3D

V+5D

IC4006 5V REG. 5 1
V+6V

IC4002 V+3D 3.3V REG. 1 3

1

V+4V

C

V+12A

IC4001 12V REG. 5 8

V+13V

V+1R2V

V+6V

V+4V

V+5VO

V+5RP

CN4001 2 (8P)
V+13SW

4
V+6SW

6
V+2_4SW

8
V+4SW

CN2001 (32P) 1
V+5VO

CN3001 (21P) 1
V+5VI

CN2003 2 (8P)
V+13SW

4

6

8

CN3001 (32P) 1
V+5VO

CN2008 (21P) 1
V+5VI

V+2_4SW

V+6SW

CN1001 (19P) IC1001 FL Driver VEE 30 1 2 V1001 FL TUBE 3
V+5E V–28V

CN2005 (19P) 19 18 17 6 2

FLDC – FLDC + V+13SW (NC) V+5E

D

V+4SW

F

FLKY ASSY

V+5VO Q2621

14 18

V+6SW V+5VI

CN202 (8P) 2 3 5 7 CN201 (13P) 3 5 4 7 9 11 13 CN203 (4P) 1 4 CN204 (4P) 1 4

CN2001 (8P)
SW+4V SW+4V

Q2531 V+4SW V+2_4SW V+6SW V+6E

Q2532

2 3 5 7

G POWER SUPPLY UNIT

SW+2.4V SW+6V

IC2541 3.3V REG. 1
V+6E

V+3_3E

6

CN2004 (13P) 3 5 4 7 9 11 13 CN2006 1 (2P)
V+13SW Q2640 V+37E V+15E V+6E V+13SW

E

FLDC (–) FLDC (+) FL–28V EV+37V EV+15V EV+6V SW+13

IC2551 V+5E V+5M 5V REG. 1
V+6E

3

IC2581 9V REG. 1
V+13SW

V+9

3

B TUJB ASSY

SW+12V SW+5V

DRIVE ASSY R6

V+13FAN

F
AC IN

CN1 LIVE 1 NEUTRAL 2

F1 T4A/250V

DC FAN MOTOR
SW+12V SW+5V

20
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

A

B

C

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

21

1

2

3

4

3.2 ATAB ASSY and OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
A

I
POWER CORD : ADG1154 for WYXU and WY types ADG1156 for WVXU type

SCRB ASSY (VWV1958)

B

G
POWER SUPPLY UNIT (VWR1374)
WHT

B B 1/3 - B 3/3
TUJB ASSY (VWV1962)

C

YEL

D

E
E

D D 1/5 - D 5/5
MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)

MHLP ASSY (VWV1991)

H
DVJB ASSY (VWV1967)
F

22
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".

A

DC FAN MOTOR : VXM1109

JA3551
OUTPUT X1
VKB1184-

JA2832
INPUT X1
VKB1192-

U3001

B

JA3081

C

A ATAB ASSY (VWV1968)
CKS4052 VKN1805

F

FLKY ASSY (VWG2443)

C FRJB ASSY (VWV1965)
DISC NAVI POWER

D

DRIVE ASSY R6 (VXX2898)

E

F

A
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

23

1

2

3

4

3.3 TUJB(1/3) ASSY
A
CN2003

G

CN202

D 4/5 CN4001

CN2001

B

CN2004

G
CN2006

C

DC FAN MOTOR

CN201

B 2/3
(Y) (C)

B 2/3

D
JA2832
(Y) (C)

B 2/3

E

B 3/3 B 2/3
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(Y)

: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

F

(C)

B 1/3
24
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

A

B 1/3 TUJB ASSY (VWV1962)
CN204

I
CN211

B

CN2005

F
C
JA2201 CN2007

CN1001

D

TUFL U-com

E

EEPROM

RTC Lithium Battery
F

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

B 1/3
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

25

1

2

3

4

3.4 TUJB ASSY(2/3)
A

(AFT)

B

(AFT)

470

C

LOGIC LOGIC

(SIF)

D
R3913 is mounted on C3913.

B 3/3

(SIF)

E

B 1/3
CN3002

B 1/3
(C)

C CN1301

1
(C) (V)/(Y)
(Y)

F

(Y)
(Y)

3 4

B 1/3

B 2/3
26
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

D 3/5 CN3001
CN2008 CN3001

A

to DRIVE ASSY R6 CN9021
CN2009 JA3081
(Y) (C) (G) (B) (R) (V)/(Y) (C)

D 2/5

CN2001
19 11

18
(D) (D) (D)

5 6

7

9

10

B 1/3
16
(C)
(C)

B 2/3
TUJB ASSY (VWV1962)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(Y)/(C)
(Y)

B

8
(C) (Y)

: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(G)/(B)/(R)

: COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

12
C
(Y) (G) (C)

17 20
(G)

JA3551

D
(B) (B)

(R) (R)

B 1/3

CN210

(C) (Y)

B 1/3
13 14 15

(G)

E

(B) (R)

(C)

I

CN203

(V)/(Y)

B 3/3 B 1/3
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

F

B 2/3
27

1

2

3

4

3.5 TUJB ASSY(3/3)
A

B

D

E

F

Stereo Decoder IC

C

B 3/3 TUJB ASSY (VWV1962)

B 2/3

B 3/3
28
1 2

B 1/3
DVR-3100-S
3

B 1/3,2/3
4

B 3/3

C H C FRJB ASSY (VWV1965)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(Y)

5

3.6 FRJB and DVJB ASSYS

5

Switches
S1201 : Standby On S1202 : Disc Navigator

: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y) : S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C) : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

(C)

D 5/5
(Y) (C)

JA1301

CN5102

H

B 2/3
CN1301

CN3002

DVJB ASSY (VWV1967)

6

6

DVR-3100-S
JA1302
E D C

DV Terminal

(Y) (C)

7 B

7 8

8 A

C H

29

F

1

2

3

4

3.7 MAIN ASSY(1/5)
A

D 2/5

D 4/5 D 5/5

D 5/5 D 4/5

B

D 2/5

C

D 2/5

D

E

(D) (D)

D 3/5

F

(AT)

D 4/5

D 1/5
30
1 2

D 3/5
DVR-3100-S
3

D 3/5 D 5/5

4

5

6

7

8

D 4/5

D 2/5-5/5 D 4/5 D 3/5 D 5/5 D 4/5, 5/5 D 3/5

D 1/5 MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)

A

B

C

D 3/5, 4/5

D

D 2/5

E

F
(AT) (D)

: ATA DATA SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL)

D 1/5
31
8

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7

1

2

3

4

3.8 MAIN ASSY(2/5)
A

B

C

D

D 2/5 MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)

D 1/5
E

D 1/5 D 1/5 D 1/5
F

D 1/5

D 1/5

D 2/5
32
1

D 1/5
DVR-3100-S
2 3 4

5

6

7

8

A

D 1/5

D 3/5
17
B

16

D 1/5

15

3

5

D 3/5
9
10

B 2/2 CN3001
8
13 12 11

C

6

D 1/5

D

D 3/5

E

D 1/5

F
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

D 2/5
33
8

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7

1

2

3

4

3.9 MAIN ASSY(3/5)
A

D 3/5 MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)
D 1/5

D 2/5 D 1/5
B

(D) (D)

D 2/5

(D)

C

B 2/2 CN2008

D 4/5

14

D 3/5
(D) (D) (D) (D)

D

(D)

(D)

D 1/5

E

D 1/5 D 4/5
F

18

D 3/5
34
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)
(D)

A

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL)

D 1/5

B

C

D 2/5

D

E

D 1/5
F

D 3/5
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

35

1

2

3

4

3.10 MAIN ASSY(4/5)
A

B 1/2
CN2003

D 3/5
B

D 3/5

C

D

D 5/5
E

D 5/5 D 1/5
1

D 1/5

D 3/5
2

D 1/5
F

D 4/5
36
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

D 4/5 MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)
D 1/5
(AT)

A

: ATA DATA SIGNAL ROUTE

D 1/5 E
CN2

D 1/5 D 3/5 D 1/5 E
CN2

B

D 1/5

(AT) (AT)

C

A
CN12

D

E

D 1/5 D 1/5
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8 F

D 4/5
37

1

2

3

4

3.11 MAIN ASSY(5/5)
A

D 1/5 D 1/5

B

D 5/5 MAIN ASSY (VWV1971)

C

D

E

F

D 5/5
38
1 2

H CN1302

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

A

D 1/5 D 4/5
B

D 1/5
C

D

D 4/5

E

D 1/5 D 1/5

F

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

D 5/5
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

39

1

2

3

4

3.12 MHLP ASSY
A

E

MHLP ASSY (VWV1991)

D 4/5
B

D 4/5
CN4702

CN4702

C

D

E

F

E
40
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

A

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

B

C

D

E

F

E
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

41

1

2

3

4

3.13 FLKY ASSY
A

B

C

D

E

F

F
42
1 2

B 1/2 CN2005

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

F

FLKY ASSY (VWG2443)

A

Switches
S1001 : REC S1002 : PLAY S1003 : SMART JOG S1004 : OPEN/CLOSE S1005 : FUNCTION S1006 : STOP S1007 : PAUSE S1008 : REC STOP

B

C

D

E

F

F
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

43

1

2

3

4

3.14 SCRB ASSY
A

B

CN203

1 8
(C) (Y) (G) (C) (R)

9

10
(B)

C

(R)
(C)/(R)

12 11 13
(Y) (C) (Y)

(R)

B 2/3
CN210
D

3 2
(G) (B) (R)

(G) (B)

E

CN204

F

B 1/3 CN211

I
44
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

I

A

SCRB ASSY (VWV1958)

SCART Interface IC

JA101

B

6 SCART Connector

5

(B) (G) (R)

4
C

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(Y)/(C)

: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(G)/(B)/(R)

(R)

: COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

19
(G) (R)

JA102

D

(B)

(B) (G)

16

15 18

14
E

SCART Connector

17

F

I
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

45

F

E

B

A

D

C

46

G
L1 T1 7 L501 9 R72 Q403 C501 R501 R551 R553 R411 R552 R554 L401 R401 D71 C10 D72 R402 PC1 R2 D9 VR401 R17 R12 R11 C410 R407 C73 C72 R404 R10 C701 R8 C11 D701 Q701 D801 C801 R801 D802 D811 C802 Q801 C353 T51 C91 D30 D73 C90 R90 C302 D470 D57 R57 R56 D54 D56 R62 R67 D55 R63 PC51 R50 C51 D50 Q52 PC3 C59 R58 R61 R59 R101 C102 C470 C101 IC101 R103 PC51 VR101 R105 C110 C103 R102 P201 D201 D202 C406 C201 C405 C471 D101 L101 P101 3 2 5 R81 R79 C60 R55 D351 D301 L351 13 3 R705 C702 Q703 R710 R704 R703 C703 D703 D704 R811 4 5 R810 R408 R437 R33 C15 D708 D706 D707 PC1 D5 R13 D8 IC403 C409 Q402 R457 D402 C401 C404 R413 C411 R9 D4 PC3 C403 Q404 R412 Q451 R557 R403 P401 R453 R451 R434 R452 R435 R433 Q401 R436 R432 2 R455 R454 R456 R556 D401 Q71 R7 1 11 R555 C601 R601 C602 C502 C51 R76 D11 R74 R77 R73 R75 R560 R71 D504 D14 D13 R70 L2 D12 D501 R504

G POWER SUPPLY UNIT (VWR1374)
CN201
EV+37V EV+18V

• NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS ONLY.

AC IN

3.15 POWER SUPPLY UNIT

1
PO. ON EV+6V
D6 R30 R31

1

CN1

F1 (T4AH 250V)

LIVE

Z1

C1

R1

NEUTRAL

NTC1

D7

Q1 R19

Q21 R6 R16

B

C6

D17

1/2 CN2004

2
R78 Q72 C301 C351 D302 L470 R106

2

R5

Q22

FL. ON

BEA1

Q23

Q2

C9

12 10 8 6

GND GND GND GND FL–28V FLDC (+)

CN901

DVR-3100-S
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491002 FOR P201, P401, P403 and P404 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491003 FOR P101 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC.

C7

FLDC (–)

3

3

SW+13

CN203
C352 P403 1 2 3 4

SW+12V GND GND SW+5V

To DRIVE ASSY R6 CN9022 CN204
P404 4 1 2 3

Q51

R59

C52

SW+5V SW+12V GND GND SW+4V SW+4V SW+2.4V

R24

R55

Q91

BEA51

R85

B 1/2 CN2001

4

4

1 4 6 8 P101 : AEK7050 (3A) P201, P401, P403, P404 : AEK7067 (2A)

GND GND GND GND 7 SW+6V

CN202

G

5

6

7

8

3.16 WAVE FORMS
A

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.

B

TUJB ASSY
: 75% Color-bar : 75% Color-bar, AXP disc 1-24 : 1kHz, 2Vrms : 1kHz, 2Vrms, AXP disc 1-1 11
CN3001-pin 12 (R) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

Measurement condition ;

No.1 to No.6 No.7 to No.17 No.18 No.19, No.20

17

Rear Jack Cout (C) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

GND

B

GND

1

UVIN jumper as same as C3306 (UVIN) (Function : 1 ch) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

6

CN3001-pin 26 (C) (Function : L1) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

12

Foot of C3511 + side (Y) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

(Not terminated)

GND

GND

GND

GND

(75Ω terminated)

C

2

BSIN jumper as same as C3309 (BSIN) (Function : BS9 ch) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

7

CN3001-pin 4 (Y) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

13

CN210-pin25 (G) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

18

CN3001-pin 28 (Audio Lch) (Function : L1) V: 500mV/div. H: 200µsec/div.

GND

GND

GND

GND

3

IC3301-pin 24 (Y) (Function : L1) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

8

CN3001-pin 6 (C) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

14

CN210-pin19 (B) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

19

CN3001-pin 16 (Audio Lch) (Function : PLAY) V: 2V/div. H: 200µsec/div.

D

GND

GND

GND

GND

4

IC3301-pin 26 (C) (Function : L1) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

9

CN3001-pin 8 (G) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

15

CN210-pin17 (R) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

20

Foot of C3552 + side (Audio Lch) (Function : PLAY) V: 2V/div. H: 200µsec/div.

E

GND

GND

GND

GND

5

CN3001-pin 24 (Y) (Function : L1) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

10

CN3001-pin 10 (B) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

16

Foot of C3507 + side (CVBS) (Function : PLAY) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div.

21

L4 line (Audio Lch) (Function : 1ch) V: 1V/div. H: 200µsec/div.

F
GND GND GND GND

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

47

1

2

3

4

D
A

MAIN ASSY
: 75% Color-bar, AXP disc 1-24 : 75% Color-bar : 1kHz, 2Vrms, AXP disc 1-1 : 1kHz, 2Vrms 6
Q2105 - B (R) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

Measurement condition ;

No.3 to No.8, No.10 to No.13 No.15 ,No.16 No.9, No.14 No.17 1
X4102 - pin 4 (ADMCLKI) V: 1V/div. H: 20nsec/div. (Function : P.ON)

11

CN2001-pin 4 (Y Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

16

CN2001-pin 26 (SEL C) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : L1)

B

GND R4205 (VMCLK) V: 1V/div. H: 20nsec/div. (Function : P. ON)

GND GND GND CN2001-pin 6 (C Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN2001-pin 28 (SEL L) V: 500mV/div. H: 200µsec/div. (Function : L1)

2

12

17

GND GND GND Q2103 - B (G) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN2001-pin 10 (B Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN2001-pin 8 (G Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) IC3402-pin 7 (27MCLK) V: 1V/div. H: 20nsec/div. (Function : P.ON)

C

3

8

13

18

GND

GND CN2001-pin 16 (Lch Out) V: 2V/div. H: 200µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN3001-pin 8 (PCMAIN) V: 1V/div. H: 400nsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

GND

GND

9

14

D

GND GND Q2104 - B (B) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN2001-pin 12 (R Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) CN2001-pin 24 (SEL Y/V) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : L1)

5

10

15

E
GND GND GND

F

48
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

I

SCRB ASSY
A

Measurement condition ;

No.8 to No.12, No.14 to No.18 No.1, No.2, No.4, No.5 No.13, No.19 No.3, No.6 1
CN203 - pin 5 (Y In) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1)

: 75% Color-bar, AXP disc 1-24 : 75% Color-bar : 1kHz, 2Vrms, AXP disc 1-1 : 1kHz, 2Vrms 6
JA101 - pin 6 (Lch In) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1)

11

CN203-pin 17 (B) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

16

JA102-pin 11 (G Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

GND

GND

B
GND GND

2

CN203 - pin 21 (C In) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1)

12

CN203-pin 19 (R) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

17

JA102-pin 7 (B Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 200µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

GND

GND

GND

3

CN203 - pin 27 (Lch In) V: 1.0V/div. H: 200µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1)

8

CN203-pin 9 (Y) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

13

CN203-pin 23 (Lch) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

18

JA102-pin 15 (R Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

C

GND

GND

GND

GND

4

JA101 - pin 20 (Y In) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1)

9

CN203-pin 7 (C) V: 500V/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

14

JA102-pin 19 (Y Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

19

JA102-pin 3 (Lch Out) V: 2.0V/div. H: 200µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

D
GND GND

GND GND JA101 - pin 15 (C In) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : AV2/L1) CN203-pin 11 (G) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY) JA102-pin 15 (C Out) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. (Function : PLAY)

5

10

15

GND

GND

E
GND

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

49

1

2

3

4

4.1 ATAB ASSY
A

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic diagrams. 2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB Diagrams Symbol In Schematic Diagrams B C E B C E Part Name

3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations. For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic diagram. 4. View point of PCB diagrams.

Connector
Transistor

Capacitor

B C E B C E B C E

SIDE A
Transistor with resistor

B
B C E D D G S G S D G S

Field effect transistor

P.C.Board

Chip Part

SIDE B

Resistor array

3-terminal regulator

C

SIDE A

SIDE B

D

To DRIVE ASSY R6 CN9003

A ATAB ASSY
10 20
22 11

CN11
30
40 40

A ATAB ASSY
39 39

E

35

CN12

D CN4401
F

A
50
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

40 40

R18

R17

R16

(VNP1937-A)

25

BOTTOM SIDE

CN12 CONTACT

R15

5

15

CN11

VNP1937-A VWV1968ATAB
R12 R13

E119697
R14

R11
1 1

(VNP1937-A)

A

5

6

7

8

A

B

C

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

51

1

2

3

4

4.2 TUMJ ASSY
A

SIDE A

B

TUJB ASSY

DOWN LOAD

I CN204
CN211
14

CN2007

to SIDE B
C3517

1 7

5

2 8 13 12 R3597 Q3554 R3599 15 18 R3643 C3554 V+5VI R3345 C3301 R3344 R335 R3 L3341 Q3341 C2505

R9007

R9008

C3507

C3516

R3574

L2642

C2640

Q3564 Q3913

C3504

CMKD-P3X
C3518

Q3564 C2626

KN2003

+
C
C2544

+

V+5VO V+5M

Lithium Battery

-

-

C2622

ST2271 BT2271
V+5VO

C203

C2623

R3573

Q3565 Q2640

CN2006

Q2640

V+13SW V+6SW

C3533

Q3565 C3364

WARNING
V+6SW
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS LEAD IN SOL AND CERTAIN ELECTRICAL PARTS CON CHEMICALS WHITCH ARE KNOWN TO TH OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER,BIR DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE H HEALTH & SAFETY CODE SECTION 25249.6 - PROPOSITION 65

C2356 R2359

R2115 R2113 R2004

AGC2

R2251

1 1 R2003 R2002

3 3

R2086 R2085

D

R2309

C3356

C2115

X2001

C2154

C2108

IC2581 Q3452
R2080 R2210 C2210 R2110 R2103 IC2001

R2057 C2109

R2305 R2301 R2303

L3342

Q3344 IC2251 Q3451 Q3407 Q3342

R2071 R2043

14 14

R2145 R2119 R2007 R2001

R2048

116 116 1 1

C2082

88 88 87 87

1

7

R2252 C2251

V+5E

R2058

IC2001

R2059

C2107

CN2009 R2017 1

Q2205

C2141

R2209 R2011 R2012 R2013

C2142

C2101 C2104 C2105 C2103 C2106 C2102

L2039

E

R2029

R2066

R2140

R2016

TUJB ASSY
CN2004 13 13 8 CN2001
V +3 .3 S W

R2109 R2102 R2118 C2119 R2038

C2118 V+6E V+13SW 1 8

X2271

CONTACT UPPER SIDE CN3002

R2108 R2101

1 1 2

1

15

1

15

CN3002
F

CN2004

CN2001

B
52
1

C CN1301
2

G CN201
DVR-3100-S
3

G CN202
4

1

Q2205

30 30

58 58

PC

FC DC

C3354 C3345 R3349 R3348 R3343 1 1

R2005

1 1

44

IC2251

C3341 R3346

Q4002 Q2306 Q3006 Q3915 Q4001 Q2351 Q4004 Q3343 IC2541 IC2551 IC4001 Q3404 Q3341 Q4003 IC2003

R2205

C2352

R2353

R2356

C2533

C2354 R2361

C2534

C2111

R2354 R2352 R2351

1 1

CN2007 R2084 R2083 R2081

9 9 C2358 R2360 X2351

Q2351 R2355 CN3003

IC2551

IC2541 R2551 6 6 4 4 C2153 C2152

C2353 R2079 R2254

R2078

L2301

C2252 C2253

C2140 R2146

C2204 IC2003 8

88

5 5

R2087

R2253

R3342 C3346 C3343 C3344

V+5E

1

1 1

8

4

IC2351 Q3004 Q3916 Q3099

C2355 R2358

C2553

IC2351

R2357 C2357

1

10

5 5

15

15

1
R2315

C2303 R2316

CN211

C2254

C2302 R2311 C2351

Q2306 R2318 R2317

CN

F C

C3316

1

Q3556

C3555

R9004 R9005 R9006

C3083

JA3582

C3515

C3511

B

Q3554 Q3906

JA2201

JA3081
C2642

KN2007

3 9

4

10

JA3551
C3552

Q3556 R3561

1
29 29

1 2

1 2

59 59

5

6

7

8

I CN203
CN210

SIDE A

A

14 1 7 15 18 3 6 4 10 Q3906 C2806 R3643 9 11 5 2 8 13 12 15 18 C2817 AFT2 F3903 R3910

AFC Adjust
6 4

AGC Adjust

C3201

C3010 1 2 3

VR3901

C2816

L3098

C3316

D3306

R1001 C3315

64

R3944

R1000 C3314 C3308

L`AFC Adjust VR3902

R3930 R3931

F3902
C3013 Q3913 R3925

C2804

C3301

R3304

D3302

C2811

D3301

C2801

C2802

C2810

D3303

D3304

D3305

CVBS2

U3001

ARM2T

C2807

C3904

1C 1V 3V

ARNING
ODUCT CONTAINS LEAD IN SOLDER RTAIN ELECTRICAL PARTS CONTAIN ALS WHITCH ARE KNOWN TO THE STATE FORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER,BIRTH TS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. & SAFETY CODE SECTION - PROPOSITION 65

C3641 F3906 C2815 C3311 C3307 C2814 C3006

R3945

R3949

C3015

KN2002

C3310

C2812

C2813

R3921

R3098

C3554

C2803

F3904

R3908 R3915

L3099

C3552

R3922

R3909

A3551

JA2832

L4002

B
C3099

R3933 C3930 Q3916 R3935 R3934

C3642

R3642

R3998 C3928 C3936 C3934 C3932 L3909 L3911 C3935 C3931 R3937 C3929 C3933 L3910 L3912

F3911

F3912

34

C4010 R4003

R3942 C4023 C4001 C4003 C4024 R4015 12 12
C4026

R4016

V+5E

R3351 C3347 C3351
V

R3345

R3344

Q3343

R3352 C3350

C4015

11 11

R3941 R4012 R4011

C3028

Q3341

Q3404 L3343 R3420 C3353 Q3344 L3403 L3407 C3427 R3452 R3457 R3454 L3409

C4027 R4017 R4010

C4028 R4019 R4018

1 IC4001 11

C3349

C4019

X4001

R3350 R3357

Q4004

C4008

Q4003

L3341

C4014

C4017

C3001 C4002

C3355 C3352 R3356 R3354 R3355

Q3451

Q3407

C4022 R4013

L3401

R3421

R3342 C3346 C3343 C3344 L3342

Q3342

C3354 C3345 R3349 R3348 R3343

C3403

C4012

C3415

C4009

C4007 C4004 C3009 C4013 C2584 C4033

C3357 L3344

R3405

CN2005 Q3452 10 V+15E

C3419

R3423 L3405 IC2581

L3451

V+5E

R3453 R3455

C2516 009 R2017 1

R3424 R3442 R3432

C2582

C B2 E2
CN2003 1 2 8 R3005 V+13SW

CN3001 V+6E V+6SW CN2008
1 1 32 32

KN2001

C4032

1 1

19 19 19

V+5VI

R3456

R3436 R3435

R3026 L3005

34 34

FC DC
C2505 C2506

CN2005

CN2003

F CN1001

D CN4001

5

1

8

E B C2

1 1

19

21

V+37E

CN2008

CN3001

D CN3001

D CN2001
F

DVR-3100-S
6 7 8

22 22

R4008 Q4001 R4007 C4016

Q3915 Q3006

R4006

R3023

2

C3026

C3029

Q3099 R3099 V+5TU

V+5VI

R4005 Q4002

1

10

20

30

35

35

CN210

1

Q3004

R202
V 5E +1 VO +5 V +5 V I

F3901

C

C3022

R 40 14

23 23 33 33

44 44 C4006

C4020 C4011

D

1

E

(VNP1933-C)

B
53

F

E

B

A

D

C

54
Q3401 Q3453 Q3405 Q2531 Q2151 Q3003 Q3902 IC2271 Q3410 IC2521 Q3908 Q3904 Q3559 Q3562 IC3081 Q3911 Q3905 IC3903 Q2621 IC2801 Q3363 Q2641 Q3563 IC3301 Q3362 Q3561 Q3914 Q3912 Q3920 IC3501 Q3001 Q3371 Q3551 Q2204 Q202 Q201 Q3918 Q3917 Q2201

SIDE B

B
Q3403 Q3406 Q4005 Q2642 Q2152 Q2532 Q3409 Q2305 Q3408 Q3402 Q2203 Q3903 Q2202 Q3909 Q3002 Q3901

B

HST_TO_M SST_TO_M
Q3917 R3954

Q3408

SSM_TO_TSYS HSM_TO_SYS

C3925

R3955 Q3905 R3936

C3423 C3424 R3440 R3433 C3425
L3907 R3923 C3920 R3953 C3923

C3922 C3919 R3956 R3913 L3920

PCMOUT MRST X525P XRESET Q3402 C3404 C3401 C3407 R3409
V+ 5V I

C3406 C3405

R3438

C3422 C3420

C2825

RAMUTE

R3408 C2507 C3410
C3412 C3408

TU_V
R2823 R2822 R2808

C2822

C3414 10

C3451 Q3453 C2508 R3402

R3458

CN2003

R2804

CN210

C3409 R3404 R3403 R3406

R2801 R2803

R3623

C3305

R3641

R3644

Q3403

C3302

R3401 C3413 R3416 R3415 R3417 R3418 R3412 EV+15E V+5VI V+5VO 19 R9009

TUAR_T_to_S TUAL_T_to_S TUCVBS_T_to_S AR_S_to_T R3341 30

C3303

SW+13V SW+6V SW+2.4V

C3317

R2815

R3305

R3598 R3375 R30 R3002

FL-28V FLDC+ JOGB KEY2 KEY1 1

EV+

R3373 Q3371

FLDCGND JOGA IR KEY1 2

AR_T_to_S AL_T_to_S RT_to_S BT_to_S BS_to_T GS_to_T GT_to_S YT_to_S CT_to_S V/YS to T 35 2L 2R 2Y

F2 SI

1
R3003 D3001

1

R4024 C3005
L3004 C3202 R3014 R3013

R3201

TUJB ASSY

(VNP1933-C)
L3003 L4001 R4004
L3902 Q3001 C3021 C3020
R3958 C3958

C3007

Q4005

R4001

OUT C4034
C3014
C3921

AGC2

ART_to_M C2581
C3017
C3918 R3918 R3902 R3924 C3917

D3002
C3012 C3023 R3202 Q3002 R3018

R3019

SIF

C4031 SIF3

C2583 IN

Q3912

32 V+9 C4018
C4030 D3902 Q3003 R3021 L3960 L3957 L3908 L3906 C3912 C3911 R3916 C3906 R3907 Q3904

R2504 C4021
R3928 R3927 D3901 R3929

R2505 AGC1 CT_to_M YT_to_M D4001 ALT_to_M C3960 PIF R3999 R4009

R3943 R3948 C3907

R4025

R3957

ARM_to_T Cr/RM_to_T

CN3001

2
CSYNC RESETQ STBYQ 24
R3903 C4029 R4022 R3946 Q3 90 2

2

ALM_to_T R3427 Q3405
R3906 Q3920 R3952 L3913
12

C3905

C3901

C3908

C3417 1 1 C3418 C3411 C3432 R3447 R3441 ALM_to_T ARM_to_T Q3409 R3443 C3428 C3426 C3430 C3429
C3916 Q3918 R4023 R4020 R4021

24

Cb/B C3421 R3426 R3428 Q3903 TUON 12

C3903 R3905

AFT2

CUBS1

13 13

IC3903

C3902

1 Q3410
Q3914 R3940

R3950

R3959

C3909 R3911

C3431
R3951

Q3901 R9001 Q3911 C3924 R3926 R3932 L3904 L3903 R3912 R3920 R3901 R3904

21 R3444
R3020

DVR-3100-S
Y/ C GM GND Y/ M_ _t VM to o_ BUP _t _T T SPDIF o_ T

R3430 Q3406 R3445
R3939

AFT1

ASCKSYS R3451

C 34 16

CN2008

R3917

C3910

Q3908 R2821 Q3909

R2812

R2813

3
TU_R LAMUTE Q3401 20 TU_L 1 SW+4V EV+37E EV+6V

3

R2814 C2820 C2809
30 1 1

1

R2819

C2819 C2818
15 15

L3-Rch
R2811
30 16 16

C2823
C2808

R2809 R2816

L1-Rch

L3-Lch
R2820

R2807

IC2801
R2810 R2818 R2806

C2824 L1-Lch L3-V

R3303

4

4

C2805

IC3301 1 1

L1-V
C3306

36 36
C3313

L3-C
R2805

CN2005

L1-C
C2821

L3-Y

R2817

18

19

18

19

C3312

R3302

R3582 R

R2802 R3575

L1-Y C3562 R

VW VW

V
2815 R3305

N2005
L1-C L3-Y 35
C2821 C3313 R2817

18 18 19 19

C3312

2L 2R
R3302 R3582 R2802 R3575

L1-Y C3562 R

2Y
R3373 Q3371 R3370

R3598 R3375 R3001 R3002

1 R3376 D201 R3374
R3301 Q3363 C3365 C3304 R3369

EV+15E

FLDCGND JOGA IR KEY1_2 FLCLK

AR_T_to_S AL_T_to_S RT_to_S BT_to_S BS_to_T GS_to_T GT_to_S YT_to_S CT_to_S V/YS_to_T SRAMUTE SLAMUTE C3560 R3308 R
R3570 R3596 R3367 Q3362 R3565 R3559 C3561 R2501

VWV VWV

R3085

FL-28V FLDC+ JOGB KEY2 KEY1 FLSTB FLDATA FLPON GND GND V+13SW GND V+5E L
R3577 C3362

5

1

1

8

5

4

C2641

R2532 1 8 R2531 1

R2274 D2271

1

C2202 C3084

C2645 D2640 C2552 D2272 C2551 C2531 C2535 Q2531 R2610 C2610

C2273 R2533

1

5
2V 2C GND PCMOUT
R3576

R2502 R3372

C3553 L
Q3559 R3368

AGC
C202 Q202 R218 Q3561

GND C3557
R3572 Q3562 R3571 C201 Q201 C3556

R2503

2 C3559
R217 Q3563 C2624

1

V R3560

R3563

R2314 C2301
R2621

V
R3562

LF
Q2621 R2312
C3558

B

R2313
D3551 C2621 C2625 R3504

C

C

E

R2304 E

R3550

R3555 C3551 R3568

C

GND B C2 Q2305 R2302 R2306 R2521 C2546 C2522 Q2151 Q2642 C2521 IC2521
C3510 C3532 C3512 C3508

C B2 E2

Y

C2501

SW+4V

GND

D3560 R3503 R3502

R3569 R3558 D3502

CN2001

VWV1977 VWV1978

VWV1962 VWV1963

6
C3503 1 C3521 C3505

6

Y

C2502 R201 1 V+5SC IC3501 1 C2646 R2645 R2148 5 R2024 R2023 Q2152
C3531 C3513 C3530

SW+2.4V

GND

36

36

SW+6V

D3503 C3506

GND

C2509 C2510 R2025 R2031 R2039 BLANK P_CONT 1 XTHROU

C3514

D3504

13

C2515

R3587

18

19

18

19

C2511

D3505 R3591

DVR-3100-S
R2147 R2032 R2150 R2141 C2110 R2143 R2076 R2077 R2144 NC AVLO SCL 10 GND GND EV+15 9 R2036 R2033 C2545 V+5SM V+6E 15
R2204 R2208

CN211

C2512

R9003 Y Cr
C3519

CN2004

AVLIN FUNC SDA XP_SAVE

Q3551

R3551 C3520

D3506 R3589

1

from SIDE A

7
R2107 R2106 C2212 R2082 R2037 V+5M C2113 1 C2543 C2114 V+5M R2009 C2211 R2105 R2104 C2087 C2001 IC2271 C2541 4 C2542 Q2532 C2532 R2015 R2272 R2117 R2014 R2116 R2010 R9002 SW+13V

7

L2641 Cb

SW+13V GND EV+6V GND EV+15E GND EV+37E GND FLDC+ FL-28V FLDCFLON PON

CN2007

15

C2112 Q2204

R3004

C2643 R3081
R2207 Q2202 R3082

SW+13V

CN3002

KEY1_2 SDET2 2L 2R 2V 2Y 2C

R2206 Q2201 Q2203

R2641 R2642 R2643 Q2641 R2644

D2641

R3084

1

R2275

R3083

C3081

6 5 1 1

5

3 3

4 4

8

IC3081
D2201 R2202 R2203 C2201 R2201

8

C2274

SIDE B

8 E

C2271 C2272 R2271

B
D C B

55

A

F

C1

TP46 TP47 TP48 TP49 TP45 TP50

CN1

R2411

32 1 6
C2334 Q2403

C3 IC1 11 12 12 C6 C4 1 1 R2

R2412

1 1

C2406

C2332

3

IC2331

C2407

R2333 R2331

R2407 R2404 R2405 R2406

R2408

CN1

R2409

C2333

C2

C2305

1

8

C2405

44

R2332

4

GCMK-G3X

IC2301

C2311

C2319

C8 R4 34 R1 33 33 C5 34 C7 R3 22 22

4

5

C4207 209 R4208 R4207

C2225 R2239 R2221 Q2312 R2312 R2313

CN1901

C4203

Q2222

R1902 R1904 R1903 R1901 C2317

CN1901

R4202

1
R4211 R4212

C4206

R2311 R4206 C2222

7

1 7 2 8

1 7 28

1
R1080

R1045 R1043 R1048 TP1028 TP1032 TP1029 TP1027 TP1024 TP1033 TP1026

C2221 TP4306

1

2

8

C1013

8

2

TP4305 R4303

2

1

7

1

TP1031

R4302

7

TP4301

C1024

TP4716 C1022 C1021 C1012 C1019 C1018 C1017 TP1002 C1016 TP4717 TP4703 TP4701 C2104 Q2103

TP4714 TP4302

CN4301

30

21

8

R2111

R4305

C 2 1 0 3R 2 1 0 7

2

Q2102

R2103 Q2101

R 2 1 0 2C 2 1 0 2

C2106

R2105 Q2105

15

1

TP4718 C2265 TP4707

Q2104

TP4709 TP4702

R1011

R 2 1 0 9C 2 1 0 5

R2113

TP4708 C1104 R4106 R4107 X4102

041

TP1051 R1024 R1021 VR1002 R1022

R5265

R2114 R1023

R2116

R2115

3

C4104

TP1050

VR2105

R4102 4101 R

CN4702

R2112

8

5 IC4101

1

4

VR1001

C1011

R4105

C4105 R1007 R1001 R4108

C1054

R1012

C4106 C1061 R5104 R5105 R5106 R5107 C5111 C5110 C5105 R5103 R5108 C4035 C5138 L5106 L5105 L5104 L5103 C5137 C5136 IC4007 C5132 C5131

C1114

L5101

C4034

C5101

C5135

4

5

C5102 F5101 TP4015 C4033 C4032

CN5102

B

7

L5102

3

1

D1111

R1111 C4107

R1052

Q1102

4

1

1

TP1060

R1071

R4110

VR2104

C4102

R4109

A

4.3 MAIN and MHLP ASYS

SIDE A

1

E

R4103

C

MHLP ASSY

R4104

C4103

2

TP28

29

R2266

TP4706

CN2

R1102

SIDE B

R4306

1

2

15

TP4710

1

R2106

C2246

TP4719

CN4702

2 8

R2252

TP4711

7

TP4705

TP4307

TP4304

CN2

TP4712

1

TP4704

7

TP4713

16

TP4303

CN4301

TP4715

2

C1023

1 7

C2101

R4304

8

D

VWV1991VWV1991- -U

30

VNP1953-A MHLPB

(VNP1953-A)

3

R2235

R2233

Q2311

VWV1991-

VWV1991- -U

SIDE A

5

4

R2314

C1901 1905 R

IC4206

23 23

E

R2306

IC1

11

Q2402

44 D1 77 R5

F

56

D E

1

E

MHLP ASSY

2

(VNP1953-A)

D MAIN ASSY

DVR-3100-S
3

3

CN5102

Q1102

Q2312

IC2301

Q2311

IC4101

IC2331

Q2222

IC4007

4 4
VR2104 VR2105 Q2403 Q2101 Q2105 Q2402 VR1001 VR1002 Q2102 Q2103 Q2104 IC4206

B
C

TP44 CN3001 TP39 TP40 TP41 TP43 CN4001 TP42 R2019 CN2001

1

21
R3012 C3001 R3010 R3002

1
L2101 R2412

R4004

C4021

1

20

R4008 C4010

R2046

R2015

R2045 R2014

R2044

R2011 R2041

R3271 R3270

C2406

R2043 R2013

TP4001

R2017

C4023

TP4003

TP4002

1

Q2001

C3004

8

IC3001

R3003 R2404 R2405

IC4005

IC4003

R4014

10
D3002 R3001 D3001

11

R3022 R3023 R3024 R3025

F4003

C4024

39

40

TP4009

R4010 C4005

C4013

7

R4001

C4212

F3102

D3104

D3102

D3101

C4018

R4538

2 8

F4001

R4015

C4027

D3103

C4213

C4031

C4006

3
IC4004

1

R4213

R4541

R4009

D4501

C4004

Q3202

Q3201

R3202

IC4207 R4209

C4207 R4208 R4207

1

1

C3105 R3103

R4531 R4530

TP3402 TP3403

R3105 R3106 R3107 R3108 1

1
R4211 R4212

F4004

8

7

C3406

R3410

R3408

1

CN4501

2

1

R4510

8

X4201

R4204 R4201 R4210 C 4 2 0 2 8 I C 4 2 0 55 C 4 2 1 0

C4201

8

7

R4017

C4028

F4201

R4205

R4509

C3407

F3403

2

1

R3411

C3301

7

5 IC3403 8
C3408

R3301

C3107

TP1030 VC4201 R2227 R5222 R5223

2 8

TP3401

C3404

R3304

R3309

C3303

C4211

C4036

9

16
R3403

R1045 R1043 R1048 TP1028 TP1032 TP1029 TP1027 TP1024 TP1033 TP1026

1

R3407

C3405 C3403

C1040

C3302

2 R4505

R3405

2 8

1 7 1

R4507 R4508

R3406

R1074

39

40

C5221

TP3302 C1058 IC3301

TP1013 C1039 C1049

7

F1004

D4401 C4401

R1005

2 8

1

R 4 4 3R 4 4 2 7 6

R3308

C1056

C1036

C1035

C1030

C1029

C1026

R1008

R4429 R4428

IC5204

F1006

R4432

C1024

R4435

C1038

C2101 C1023

15
R3310 C5321 C3307 C3308

28
R1031 C1051

C1047 C1048 C1052 C1045 C1044

C1022 Q2103 C1021 C1012 C1055 C1019 Q2102 C1018 C1017 R1034 TP1002 C1025 C1016

C1059

C1006 R1066

8

7

CN4401

2 8 2

1 7 1

R4407 R4408

C5225

R5296

2 8

C5329

R5261

R1006

R5244

R5246

8
R5250

2

8 2
R5255

C1042

R5285

F1005

R2106

R5240

7 1 7

R5241

C5208

R5242

R5245

R5248

R5239

C5211

C5213

8
R5258

2 8
R5259

2

R5284 R5283

C5218 R5295

C1041

C1037

C1034

C1028

2 8

1

R4405 R4406

C1027

Q2104

2 8

1

F1001

1

2

R1011

8

7

52

R4403 R4402 R5314 R5313 R5228

R5282 R5281 R5280 R5279 R5278 R5288 R5287 R5277 R5286 R5276 C5217

R1003

105

R5290

8

TP1041

TP1051 R1024 R1021 R1022

R 2 1 0 9C 2 1 0 5

7 1

2

1 7

2 8 2

1

R 5 2 2 9R 5 2 3 0

F1007

1

R1009

C C1003 1004

C1001

C5123

C5119

R5124

C5118

R5113

8

CN4601

7

2

2 8

1 7

20

8

1 7 2 8 2 8

1 7 1

2

7

1 7 1 2 8 2 8

1

TP38

TP32 R5214 R5232

R5216 R5233 TP5201

16 17
C5127 R5126 R5125 X5101

32
R5108

C5103 R5231 156 208 157 C5104 R5208 1

C5120

R5117

R 5 1 1 5C 5 1 1 2

R5121

C5207

R5110 R5109

TP36

TP35

TP34

2 8 2 1 7 1

8 7

2 1

8 2 8
C5206 C5204 C5214

C5102 F5101 TP

7 1
R5252

7

R5102

C5124

C5122

C5121

C5209

C5210

C5212

R5254 R5253

R5256

R5257 R5260

R5262

R5263

R5122

R5120 R5116

R5114

R5247

R5249

R5251

05

1

Q2402

VR1001 VR1002

Q2103

Q2102

Q2104

IC4206

C5101

TP37

TP33

IC4205

33

CN4601

R5275

R5219

R5272 C5215

R5218

R5273

C5125 C5126 IC5101 R5104 R5105 R5106 R5107 C5111 C5110 C5105 R5103

R5236 R5235 R5234 TP31 R5215

R5217

TP5202 C5216

R5129 R5128

48

R5220

R5130

1

C1054

IC5202

TP5106 R5131 R5132

R5221

C5226

7

64

49

C1014

R5237

R5274

R5112

R5238

R5127

R5123

C5113

VR1001

R5224

C5227

C1050

TP1060

VR1002

R5227 R5225

C5228

C1060

C1509

C1510 C1002

R5289

C1508

A CN12
C A B

104

R2114 R1023

TP1050

R1071

Q2105

C5205

TP5204

R5243

53

7

R2103 Q2101 R2105 R211

7

1

7 1

R3305 3306 R

C5223

R5294

R5293

C5222

C5230

R3307

7

1 7

1

C1057

C 2 1 0 3R 2 1 0 7

VC4201

IC5101

5

IC4207

IC3101

IC3301

IC3001

6

Q3201

IC4003

IC3403

IC4005

IC4004

Q3202

IC5202

Q2001

IC5204

IC3402

This PCB is six layer structure.

7

IC4008

SIDE A

8

CN4401

C3309

R3303

C2104

C1005

R1004

F1003

R2111

C

R4504

R5292

R5297 R5298

C5224

C5229

C5231

TP3303

TP3301

C1053

R4440

14

TP1031

1

TP1012

R1080

IC3402

F3401

CN4501

IC4008

1

4

1

C3108

9

8

R3409

C3101

L 4 2 0 1 C 4 2 0 8D 4 2 0 1

C4209

C3106

IC3101

R4206

7 8

1 7 2 8

1 7 28

R4202

4

3

1 2

D4001

R3102

2

3

TP4202

C4206

C3402

C4014

L4202

4

C4203

F3402

D4202

R4534

TP4201

TP4008

16

R4537

4

5

C3102

R3104

F4202

5

IC4206

4

R2406

TP4010

R2012 R2042

C3002

C2407

B CN3001
CN2001
R2411 Q2402

5

B CN2008
CN3001

6

DVR-3100-S

B CN2003
CN4001
(VNP1931-A)

7

8

D
E D F

57

TP9 TP10 TP11 TP4005 C4001 TP4011 TP4013 C4022 TP12 TP14 TP13

TP2005

TP3009 TP3013 TP3007 TP2013 TP2006 TP2008 TP2011 TP2015 TP2010 TP3012 TP3008 TP3010 TP2007 TP2017 TP2019 TP3011 TP3006 TP3004 TP3002 TP3014 TP2009 TP2012 TP2014 R2026 TP2021 TP2022 TP2023 TP2024 TP2025 R3013

R3011

TP3005 TP3003

TP3001

R3009

R3017

R3015

R3019

R3014 C3005

TP2020

TP4007

R3016

TP3252

7
IC3002

1

C3003 TP4012

2 1
R1205

8
C1206

2 8
C1204

R3256 C3255 R3260 C3256 R3261 R3258 R3259 R3264 R3268 R3251 R3255 C3207 C3254 R3254 R3253 TP3251 C3206 IC3251 R3257 C3251

C4015 C4016 C4017

TP4004

C4030

C3258

C4008

C3257 R4011 R4012 IC4002 GND C3201 TP3253

TP4014 C4011

8 2

7 1
R4535 R4536 R4532 R4533 R4528

TP4525 TP4524 TP4523 TP4522 TP4521

C3208

C3253

IC1201

TP4520 TP4519 TP4518

8 2 8 2

7 1

C4007

R1049 54 7 1 R1206 R1204

C4029

4 IC4001 1 8
C4012

R1053

R3262

R4518

2 8 1 7

2 8 1 7

TP1014 TP1010 TP1015

C4026

I C 3 2 0 1 16

R3266 R3265 C3202 C3203

C3205 3263 R

2 78 1 8 2

5

R1075

TP4511

R1202

C1401

C1202 TP1064

R5329 TP5003

5I C 5 3 2 2 8

R4423 R4417

R5264

C1408

R1402

C4025 TP4429 TP4430 TP4427 TP4425 TP4428 TP4426 TP4424 TP4423 R4433 R4434 R4431 R4430

R 5 3 22 2

R5328

IC1401

C1407

L5321

C5324 R5324

C5328 R5330 C5326

C1406

R5327 C5325

R1407

3
IC5321

C5327

IC1001

C1405

1

R4426

TP4422 TP4421 TP4420 TP4419 TP4418

C5322 R5321

R4416

1 7

2 8

R1404

R5326

R5325

1 7

2 8

TP101 R1033 R1032 TP1017 R1065 TP1016

1

IC1421

R5341

C1427 IC5341

C5301 TP4601 R5307 C5308 TP4603

R5310

C5309

C1428 P1063 8 R1079 TP1049 TP1034 R1307 R1308

TP4609 TP4602 TP4604 TP4605 TP4606 TP4607 TP4608

R4603

R1425

C5342

C1312

1 7

C1308

R1302

8 86 17

2

8

2

8 2
R1309

8
R1310

2 1 44 7

C1426

2 8

R1426

7

1

7

1

7 1

7 1

C1425

9 2

16 R5312
R5308 R5309

1 3
R5306 R5305 R5311

5
IC5301

C1306

R1423

C1311

2 8

R1424

C5311

C1424

C5341

4

C1505

C1506

C1507

R5304

C1305

TP6 TP5

C5220

16
C1303 C1304

8

2

8

2

8 2
R1305

8
R1306

2

C5219 C1302 C1313

A

SIDE B

1

D MAIN ASSY

C1307

C1309

C1310

R1303

R1304

B

IC4006

IC4001

2

IC5301

IC5321

IC5341

IC5002

IC4002

IC5203

IC3002

IC1401

IC1421

3

IC3201

IC3251

IC1301

4

IC1001

IC1201

C1504

54
C1422 C1421

1

C1423

IC1301 R1301 R1421 TP1 TP2 TP8 TP7 IC5203 TP5203 C5203 R5291 TP4 TP3 R5207

1 7 1 7 1 7 1 7 1

43

C

R1405

C1404

R5323

R4410

54 28

1

D5322 C1403

D5321

4

5
C5307

R4425 TP4416 TP4414 TP4417 TP4412 TP4415 TP4410 TP4413 TP4408 TP4411 TP4406 TP4409 TP4407 TP4403 TP4401 TP4404 TP4402

C5306

27

C1429

TP4405

R4404 R4401

R5343

C5343 L5301

R5301

8

D

C1207

TP1066

7TP4513

R1055

TP1011 R1050

F3201 C1402

C3204 C5008

C1205

C4002 TP5004 C1409 R1401

8 2 8 2 8 2

7 R4527 TP4516 TP4515 TP4514 1TP4517 TP4512 TP4510 TP4508 TP4507 TP4506

28

27

R 4 5 1 2 R 4 5 0 6R 4 5 0 2

1 72 8 2 8 2 8

R 1 4 1 1R 1 4 0 9R 1 4 0 8

7 1

C5007 C5006 R5209 C5005

1TP4509 TP4504 7TP4505 TP4503 TP4502 TP4501 1 C4020 7R4503 4 3 1 IC4006
R4501

IC5002

5

1

C4019

E

C1208

C1203

7

1
R1203

7

8
C3252 C3006 R3269 R3267

14

C4003

TP4006 C4009 R4013

TP4530 TP4529 TP4527 TP4526

R4006

R4016

R3201

1

R4529 TP4528 R4525

F

58

D
R3252 F4002 C4501 R4519

1
8 7 17 28 1 2 7 8 1 2 8 7 1 2 8 7 28 17 1 2

2

DVR-3100-S
9 8 1 2 8
R1410

3
1 5 4 7 1 7 1 4 7 1 1 7 8
R1406 C5323

4
1 7 2 8
C1301

R5342

C5310

1 7 1 7

2 8 8

TP20 TP15 TP16 TP19 TP18 TP17 TP2016 TP2002 TP2004 TP2006 TP2008 TP2 TP2018 TP2001 TP2003 TP2005 TP2007 TP2009

C2331

Q2204

C2306

R2304 R2307

R2334 R2209 2305 R

C2308

C1209

C1208

Q2203 C2201

Q2301 R2303 TP1907 TP1903 R2302 TP1905 TP1904 TP1906 TP1902 TP1901 C2204 C2209 C1101 C2301 R2301 Q2302

R1201

Q2201 C2202 R2201

7 8

R1042

R1044

1 7

1 1 7 2 8 28 2
C1207 R120

R2205 2207 R Q2202

R2210 R1101

R 2 2 0R 2 2 0 6 2

2 8 2

TP1018

TP1039 TP1023

R1081

R1202

C1202

R1051 8

C1102 C1103

C1107

C1106

R1116

C1110 R1105 R1064 TP1009 IC1101

C1109

R1061 R1062 R1063 C1111 R1060 R1059 R1058

TP1006 TP1042 TP1008 TP1004 TP1007 TP1005 IC1001

R1056

C1113

C1105

TP1020 TP1001 TP1003

R1057 C1010 F1002

C1008

R 1 0 6 9R 1 0 6 8

R1002 C1062

R1077

TP1059 TP1057 TP1058 TP1056 TP1037

C1007 C1009

IC1102

TP1054 TP1055

TP1040 TP1053 TP1052

TP1046 TP1043 TP1048

7 1 2 8

2 8 2 1
R1026

8
TP1044

R1015

C1511

R1073

7 1 32

7

R1112 R1113

R1110

R1108 R1118

TP24 TP27 TP25 TP26

C1112

R1109

C1512

TP23

R1106 1107 R

C1501

C1502

C1503

C1505

C1506

C1507

C1504

R1072

TP1045

TP22 TP21

R1017

TP5104

TP5102 TP5105 TP5103 TP5101

IC1001

IC1201

IC1103

5

This PCB is six layer structure.

Q2202

Q2204

Q2203

Q1101

Q2201

Q2302

IC1102

IC1101

C5117

C5109

C5116

C5108

C5115

C5107

C5114

C5106

1

5
TP2021 TP2020 R2040 R2025 T C2206 R2208

Q2301

(VNP1931-A)

6 6

DVR-3100-S
7

7
8 2
R1114

SIDE B

8

8

D
R2204

59
E D C A F B

2 1
R1205

8 7

C1201

27

C2205

C2208

R2203

IC1201

R1046

1 7

2 8

54

R1070

1

TP1062

TP1066

1

7 1

2

TP1065

T P 1 0 6T P 1 0 3 8 1

TP1036 P1035 T

TP1022 P1019 T

R1115

7 1 7 1 27 1
Q1101

7

8

R1117

8 2

2 1 7
R1054

1 2 8

28
R1025

7 1 7 1

8 2 8 2 8 2 8 2

1 7 1 7

R1076

8 2 1 7
R1016 R1103

TP1047

TP1063 R1078 R1079

TP1064

TP1049 TP1034

R1307

7 8 86 17

1 2

6 4

C1108

IC1103

3

R1104

1
C5134 C5133

16
C1303 C1304

1

2

3

4

4.4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
SIDE A
A

B

G POWER SUPPLY UNIT

C

NEUTRAL

AC IN
D

CN1

LIVE

Q71

Q2 Q21

Q81 Q1

Q52

Q51 IC403

E

F

G
60
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

SIDE A
A

B

To DRIVE ASSY R6 CN9022

CN203

C

CN202 CN201

B
CN2001

B
CN2004

D

VR401 51 IC403 IC101

VR101 Q703 Q701 Q801 Q403

E

F

G
DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

61

1

2

3

4

4.5 FRJB and DVJB ASSYS
A

SIDE A

SIDE A

C FRJB ASSY
W713 W714

W709

W715

GND W711 S1202 W712

GND

B

GND

W706 KEY1_2 W705 V

S1201

1
4

6 3

S_DET

3

VWV1967 DVJB ASSY

CN1301

2

JA1303

W704

2 7

1 5

Contact Upper Side

4

CN1302

C Y V R L S_DET KEY1_2

CN1301

15

Video

Lch

Rch
2

15

S-Video

PYKC F4
W708
3

GND

H

DVJB ASSY

POWER

W710 GND

Y

VWV1965 FRJB ASSY

W707

C

PC

DISC NAVI HDD/DVD

KN1303

B
CN3002

D
CN5102
C

JA1301 1 7 7 1 CN1302

C

Y

W701 S_DET

W702

KN1301

S_DET KN1302

PYKC F4

FC DC
(VNP1936-B)

(VNP1936-B)

SIDE B
D

1

1

JA1302

W703 L

H DVJB ASSY
CN1302
7

C FRJB ASSY
1 R1350 S_DET KEY1_2 S_DET L C1307 C1305 R1307 S_DET
R1308

15

(VNP1936-B)

F

I
62
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

LF

GND

KEY1_2

(VNP1936-B)
POWER GND GND

DISC NAVI HDD/DVD

V

E

CN1301

R1355

C Y V R L

R1310

1

Rch

Lch

4

SIDE B

R1309

C1302

Video

S-Video

Y

C

LF
1 TPB XTPB XTPA TPA C1301 R1301 R1303 S_DET R1201 R1306 R1304

R1311

C1306

C1308

C1309

C1304 R1305 D1304 R1302 C1303 D1303

R1312

GND

GND

Y D1301

GND C

R1202

D1302

I

5

6

7

8

4.6 FLKY ASSY
SIDE A SIDE A
A

B CN2005
CN1001
19 1 19

F
VWG2432
W1008 FLDCW1013 1 W1007 FLDC+ PAUSE S1007

FLKY ASSY

FC
FLKY ASSY

Contact upper side

VWG2433 VWG2443 PC PLAY
S1002 W1014 W1015 GND FUNCTION S1005 1 W1016 GND C1005 W1018 W1019 V+5FL GND L1002 S1003 3 2 REC STOP

VWG2444 VWG
S1008 W1026 V+5FL

C1010

W1012

CN1001 W1006

S1001 REC

C1012

L1001

W1003 GND V-28V KN1001

V1001

C1015

S1004 OPEN/CLOSE

S1006 STOP

W1005

GND

V-28V

W1017

W1022

W1029 W1002 W1004 GND V+5FL 1 2 CN1002 2 W1010

W1011

W1009

GND

W1023 V+5FL

W1030

B

1 IC1002

1 1 1

9 9

27

32 33

35

41

49

CN1002 CN1101

(VNP1934-A)

1 2 CN1101

LED

VWG2434 LEDB

D1101

(VNP1934-A)

1 2

C

?

LEDB ASSY
SIDE B

SIDE B

?

LEDB ASSY
LF
D1102 2 1 R1101

D

(VNP1934-A)

CN1101

PYKC F4

CN1002
22 22
41

F
12 12 11

FLKY ASSY
49

1

2

11

1

1

19

1

(VNP1934-A)

CN1001
IC1001

F
DVR-3100-S
5 6

Q1009 Q1007 Q1001 Q1002 Q1008

7

8

1

R1029 R1500 R1030 R1032 R1033 C1500 R1004

Q1007 Q1009 Q1008 R1003 R1503 R1502

V+5FL

GND

C1502

GND

R1011

33 C1006 R1005 R1008 C1018 C1017 Q1001 V+5FL R1009 C1019 R1007

GND

27
IC 10 01 33 33

C1011

FLDC+

LF

V+5FL

9 C1002 R1013 R1014
34 34 C1009

PYKC F4

1 C1013 LEDHDD V+5V GND R1006 GND FLPON GND

23

23

C1014

C1001 V+5FL

E

R1015

V-28V

R1504

GND

R1505

Q1002 R1031

GND

44 44

C1501

R1010 R1501 GND FL-28V FLDCFLDC+

R1012

C1016

GND

C1003

R1001

V+5FL

KEY1_2

V-28V C1007 C1008 FLDCR1002 C1004

R1016

JOGB JOGA KEY2 IR KEY1 FLSTB FLCLK FLDATA

F

F
63

1

2

3

4

4.7 SCRB ASSY
A

SIDE A
IC104 IC101 Q110 Q109 IC107 IC103 IC106 Q121 Q105 Q122 Q118 Q289

SIDE A
Q106 Q120

I

SCRB ASSY

R1058

FC DC
C161 R273 R1035 V+12SC V+5SC R1036 R274

R1034

KN102

R110

35.TUAR_TtoS 33.TUAL_TtoS 31.TUCVBS_TtoS 29.AR_StoT R1017

R270
Q120

AV2 from STB

R271 R272

C219

C158

B

27.AL_StoT 25.AR_TtoS 23.AL_TtoS 21.R/C_StoT 19.R_TtoS R161 8 5 8 C148

35

Q121 R275 D136 V+12SC D135 C220 C133

30

Contact Side

35

R1045 R1046 IC104

R224 C128 C147

D137 Q105 R107 D138 C107 C106 C134

CN203

R202 R201 C209 D139 D140
D141 D142

CN203

1 1 R159 4 R162 R160 R1047 Q109

B CN210

20

C303

C188

C207 R151

D111

17.B_TtoS

SCRB ASSY

10

PYKC F4X

15.B_StoT 13.G_StoT 11.G_TtoS 9.Y_TtoS 7.C_TtoS 1 5.V/Y_StoT 3.SRAMUTE GNDV

C
C165 C137

1.SLAMUTE

C168 C146

1.Rout D130 2.RIN 3.Lout D132 4.GNDA R147 5.GNDV 6.LIN 7.BIN D109 8.FUNCTION 9.GNDV 10.N-LINK D110 11.GIN 12.NC D107 D101 13.GNDV 14.GNDV D108 D102 15.R/CIN 16.BLANK D103 17.GNDV D104 18.GNDV 19.V/Yout D105 20.V-YIN D106 21.GNDV R121

D112

1

C228

PC

C159

NP NP
22 22

R1039

C116 C121 C115

JA101

R1043

GNDA

R1041

C227 C103

C135
C138

NP

R1055 R1056

C112 C104

R1003 R1009 C117 C118 R203 Q110 1.Rout 2.RIN 3.Lout 4.GNDA 5.GNDV C141 6.LIN C125 C126 7.Bout 8.FUNCTION 9.GNDV C149 10.N-LINK 11.Gout 12.NC C160 13.GNDV 14.GNDV C170 C208 D143 D144 R115 R200 C139 C127

R1005 R1004

C151

C123 C152 C140 C124

C105

CN204

E

10

B CN211

D160

15

D159

15.P_CONT 14.BLANKIN 13.XTHROU 12.COMPMUTE

11.SNL_IN 10.SNL_O 9.FUNC 8.SCL 7.SDA 6.GND 5.XP_SAVE 1

4.GND 3.V+5SM 2.EV+15 1.V+6E V+5SC C183

C212

C214

C182 C102

F
C218

I
64
1

(VNP1935-B)

DVR-3100-S
2 3 4

44 44

23 23

D

1

1

NP
R1018

B

1 1

6 6

IC103

C

R290 Q289
C110 C136 R1019

C166 C169

R291

E

3 3 1 1

E

C155

4 6 4 6

C B2 E2

B C2

IC106

NP R289 R288 R1024

R1016

4 3 3 4

R278 R277 C156 R276 R106 R225 D150 D149 Q122

C221

IC101

JA102

C401 1 1 6 6

R1029

C111 R1006

3 C402 3

4 IC107 4

L103 C131 D148

Q106 R1008
D145

D147 C120
C119

D146 C132
R155

C204 D123 D129 D122 D131 D133 D128

15

C167

D121 D127

D120 D126

CN204

D119 D125 R207

1

15.R/Cout 16.BLANK 17.GNDV 18.GNDV 19.V/Yout 20.V-YIN 21.GNDV

Contact Side Q118

D118 D124

to TV

AV1

V+12SC D115 D116 D134 R141

D114 KN101 10

1 D117 5

RY101 6

I

C217 V+12SC R312 Q119 C109 Q104

IC301

C307 Q308 R311 R314

R308 Q307 C308 D307 9 9

C171 8 8

16

1

R243 C215

R164 C181 R307 C180

R315

C157
D113 Q102 R157

C301 Q309 R309 C309

R139 R140 Q101 R136

R310

D184

D182 Q115 Q124

R241 R242

R158

D185 D186

R135

C213

D188

D151

21

C153 R238 C229

C230 20

GNDV

D187 D152

1.V+6E 2.EV+15 3.V+5SM 4.GND 5.XP_SAVE

V-YIN V/Yout

GNDV

R148 C232 R237 R222 R146 R1007

R223
GNDV BLANK R/Cout GNDV GNDV NC Gout

6.GND 7.SDA 8.SCL 9.FUNC 10.SNL_O 11.SNL_IN 12.COMPMUTE 13.XTHROU 14.BLANKIN 15.P_CONT

AV1

R101

R221
R145 R236
GNDV LIN N-LINK FUNC

C143

R144 D153 D154 R220 R229
Lout Rout

Bout

GNDA

GNDV

C129

D155 R279

R233 R109

C130 R228

R108 C
R215

R232

D156 E E

C B2 E2

R114 C203

R130 GNDA R132 R131 C225 C226 R280 GNDV

D157 D158
C150

21

R212 R112 V+5SC Q281 NP

20

V+12SC

LF

GNDV

R269
V-YIN

R126 R219
R235
V/Yout GNDV

R214

R119 R283

C231

C283

GNDV R/CIN BLANK GNDV GNDV NC

AV2 from STB

R227 R156
GNDV

GIN

R231 R1002 D181

N-LINK FUNC

BIN GNDV LIN

1.SLAMUTE 3.SRAMUTE 5.V/Y_StoT 7.C_TtoS 9.Y_TtoS 11.G_TtoS 13.G_StoT 15.B_StoT 17.B_TtoS 19.R_TtoS 21.R/C_StoT 23.AL_TtoS 25.AR_TtoS 27.AL_StoT 29.AR_StoT 31.TUCVBS_TtoS 33.TUAL_TtoS 35.TUAR_TtoS R282

GNDA RIN

CN203

C144 C113

R234 R117 C206 R218 R122 R205 R125 R124 R204 R123 R217 C205 R116

R239

R230

R143 C154 16 16 1 1 C223 R226 R213 R104 R105 C164 C224 4 4 C162 6 6 IC102 9 1 1 3 3 8 6 6

C200

C199 R208 R281 C201 1 1

IC114 Q123

IC105 C222

SIDE B

I I
5

SCRB ASSY

5

(VNP1935-B)

6 6

DVR-3100-S
R152 R153 R154 16 1 R313 1 10

7

7

8

8

SIDE B

I
E
R1025 R1001

65
D C A F

CN204
10 20

to TV

15

V+12SC

V+5SC R1032 R1033 1 R1031

RIN

R216

C142

2

1

B

VWV1958-

B C2 R1023

R268 V+5SC C145
Lout

2

R240 1
Rout

C114

B
Q119

30 35 16 16 11 IC113 8 9 V+5SC 3 3 4 4

Q123 Q104 Q115 Q124 Q281

Q102

IC113

IC114 Q307 Q309 Q308

IC301

IC102

IC105 Q101

1

2

3

4

5. PCB PARTS LIST
A

NOTES:

Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples. Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%, and K=10%). 560 Ω 56 x 10 1 RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J 561 47k Ω RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J 47 x 10 3 473 0.5 Ω RN2H R 5 0 K R50 1Ω RS1P 1 R 0 K 1R0 Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors). 5.62k Ω 562 x 10 1 5621 RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F

B

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
VWV1968 VWV1962 VWM2206 VWV1965 VWV1967 VWV1971 VWV1991 VWM2212 VWG2443 VWR1374 VWV1958

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
1..ATAB ASSY 1..TUJB ASSY NSP 1..FJDB ASSY 2..FRJB ASSY 2..DVJB ASSY 1..MAIN ASSY 2..MHLP ASSY
C

Q2640 2SB1238X Q2532, Q2621 2SC2411K Q2203, Q2205, Q2351, Q2641, Q3001 2SC4081 Q3453, Q3901, Q3902, Q3904, Q3905 Q3915, Q3916 Q3912, Q3920 Q4005 Q2202 Q2151, Q2201, Q2305, Q3559, Q3562 Q3903, Q3906 Q2204, Q2642, Q3451 Q3362 Q2306 Q3554, Q3556 Q2152 Q3914 Q201, Q202, Q3004, Q3561, Q3563 Q2531, Q3006, Q3099 D2640 D2271 D201-D203, D2201, D3001, D3551 D3560, D4001 D3901 D3301-D3304 D2272 D3002 2SC4081 2SC4081 2SC4082 2SD1664 2SD2114K DTA124EUA DTA124EUA DTC124EUA HN1B04FU HN1C01FU HN1C03FU RN1901 RN1903 RN4903 UMF21N 1SR154-400 1SS352 1SS355 1SS355 1SS356 DA204K RB501V-40 UDZS33B

1..FLKB ASSY 2..FLKY ASSY > 1..POWER SUPPLY UNIT 1..SCRB ASSY

Mark No.
D

Description

Part No.

A ATAB ASSY
OTHERS
CN12 CONECTOR CN11 40P ATA CONECTOR CKS4052 VKN1805

B TUJB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2551 IC2251 IC3301 IC3501 IC2801 IC4001 IC2581 IC2001 IC2541 IC2521 IC2271 IC2003 IC2351 IC3903 Q3002, Q3342, Q3344, Q3363, Q3371 BA05FP BR24L32F-W LA73030 LA73054 LC75342M MSP3417G NJM78M09FA PD5947A8 PQ1K333M2ZP PST3245 RS5C372A TC74HCT7007AF TC7WU04FU TDA9818TS 2SA1576A
E

COILS AND FILTERS
L3005 RADIAL INDUCTOR L3341, L3343 L3401, L3403, L3405, LL3407, L3409 L3451 L2301 L3957 L3960 L2641, L3342, L3344 L3903, L3909, L3912 L3911 L3910 L3907, L3920 L2642 INDUCTOR F3902 SAW FILTER F3901 SAW FILTER F3912 IF TRAP FILTER F3911 IF TRAP FILTER F3903 TRAP FILTER L2039, L2359, L3018, L3019 ATH1109 LAU180J LAU220J LAU2R2J LAU470J LCKAWR22J2520 LCKAWR47J2520 LCYA100J2520 LCYA150J2520 LCYA4R7J2520 LCYA8R2J2520 LCYAR68J2520 LTA102J VTF1177 VTF1179 VTF1180 VTF1181 VTF1183 VTL1081
4

F

Q3402, Q3404, Q3406, Q3408, Q3410 2SA1576A Q3452, Q3909, Q4001-Q4004 2SA1576A

66
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3

5

6

7

8

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
VTL1096

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF105Z10
B A

CHIP BEAD L3003, L3004, L3099, L3902 CHIP BEAD L4002 VCO COIL

C2535, C2541-C2543, C2551, C2552 C2581, C2583, C2621, C2624, C2625 C2641, C2643, C2646, C2808, C2809 C3017, C3084, C3304, C3312, C3313 C3346, C3353, C3407, C3415, C3419 C3425, C3431, C3503, C3506, C3514 C3519, C3521, C3530-C3532, C3551 C3903, C3910, C3929, C3931, C3934 C4001, C4003, C4006, C4008, C4014 C4020, C4026, C4031, C4034 C3005 C2110, C2113-C2115, C2152, C2154

VTL1164

CAPACITORS
C3356, C3357 C2118, C2119, C2545, C2546 C2818-C2820, C3362, C3365 C2141, C2142, C2822, C2823, C4016 C4022, C4023, C4028 C3932 C3917 C3345, C3352, C3404, C3410, C3416 C3422, C3428 C3935 C2357, C2358, C4029, C4030 C2645 C3343, C3350, C3960 C2301, C3020, C3021 C3405, C3412, C3417, C3423, C3429 C2101, C2105, C2106, C2201, C3933 C3561, C3562 C4017, C4019 C2354 C3905, C4018 C3344, C3351, C3451, C3936 C3901, C4021 C3341, C3347 C2273 C2353, C2801, C2802, C2810-C2817 C3001, C3364, C3641, C3642, C4007 C4012 C203, C2111, C2254, C2533, C2534 C2544, C2553, C2622, C2623, C2626 C3083, C3301, C3310, C3349, C3403 C3504, C3518, C4011, C4013 C4032, C4033 C2582, C2584, C2642, C2804, C2807 C3555, C3928, C4002, C4004 C3013, C3507, C3511 C3552, C3554 C3533 C3201 C4009 C2640 C3010, C3904 C3911, C3912 C3918, C3920, C3921, C3923, C3925 C2104, C2355, C2821, C3317, C3902 C3906, C3907, C3930, C4010, C4024 C2102, C2103, C3302, C3305-C3308 C3311, C3314-C3316, C3505, C3508 C3909 C3012, C3023, C3908, C3916 C3924 C4015, C4027 C2112, C2140, C2202, C2204, C2210 C2251, C2302, C2303, C2351, C2352 C2356, C2521, C2522, C2531, C2532 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH150J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH181J50 CCSRCH220J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH390J50 CCSRCH470J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH560J50 CCSRCH561J50 CCSRCH5R0C50 CCSRCH680J50 CCSRCH6R0D50 CCSRCH8R0D50 CCSRCH4R0C50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M16 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT220M25 CEAT221M16 CEAT330M25 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT471M16 CEAT471M6R3 CKSQYB225K10 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25

RESISTORS
R4001, R4004 R4009 R3098 R3346, R3349, R3352, R3356 R3406, R3418, R3428, R3438, R3443 R2815, R2817, R2818, R3303-R3305 R3451, R3568, R3569, R3571 VR3901 (10K) Other Resistors RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S100J RS1/10S150J RS1/16S5600F RS1/16S6800F RS1/16S75R0F RS1/16S75R0F VCP1156 RS1/16S###J
C

OTHERS
U3001 TV TUNER MODULE X2271 (32kHz) X2351 (4.433619MHz) X2001 (10MHz) X4001 (18.432MHz) CN2006, CN2009 KR CONNECTOR CN3003 2P TOP POST CN2003 KR CONNECTOR CN211 15P FFC CONNECTOR CN2005 19P FFC CONNECTOR CN210 35P FFC CONNECTOR CN2007 9P FFC CONNECTORE JA3081 OPTICAL LINK OUT JA2201 REMOTE CONTROL JACK CN2004 KR CONNECTOR CN2001 8P SIDE POST 0 PCB BINDER BT2271 LITHIUM BATTERY JA2832 JACK JA3551 JACK CN2008 21P FFC CONNECTOR CN3001 32P FFC CONNECTOR CN3002 15P FFC CONNECTOR ST2271 BATTERY SOCKET 2007 SCREW PLATE KN2001-KN2003 WRAPPING TERMINAL VXF1023 VSS1143 VSS1176 VSS1188 VSS1189 B2B-PH-K B2P-SHF-1AA B8B-PH-K HLEM15S-1 HLEM19S-1 HLEM35S-1 HLEM9S-1 JFJ1001 RKN1004 S13B-PH-K S8B-EH VEF1040 VEM1034 VKB1192 VKB1193 VKN1252 VKN1263 VKN1275 VKX1015 VNE1948 VNF1084

D

E

C FRJB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
D1301-D1304 UDZS5.6B
F

SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S1201, S1202 VSG1009

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

67

1

2

3

4

Mark No. CAPACITORS
C1308, C1309
A

Description

Part No.
CCSRCH471J50

Mark No. Description COILS AND FILTERS
F3102, F3401-F3403, F4004, F4201 F5101 CHIP BEAD L5301, L5321 L4202 F3201 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR L5101, L5102 CHOKE COIL L2101 CHIP COIL L4201 CHIP BEAD L5103-L5106

Part No.
DTF1069 DTF1069 LCYA100J2520 LCYA1R2J2520 VTF1096 VTH1043 VTL1067 VTL1079 VTL1082

RESISTORS
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
JA1302 3P JACK JA1301 Y/C CONNECTOR CN1301 15P FFC CONNECTOR KN1301-KN1303 WRAPPING TERMINAL VKB1189 VKB1190 VKN1275 VNF1084

CAPACITORS
C5311, C5329 C3253, C3258 C5105 C5325, C5327 C3207 C4208 C5131-C5138 C5326 C3254, C3257 C5121, C5122 C2208, C2317, C4002, C4034, C5203 C5322 C3251, C3255, C4001, C4004, C4029 C2101, C2221, C2331, C2405, C2501 C3201, C3204, C3206, C3301, C3309 C2301, C5102 C1054, C1055, C1057, C1058 C1060, C1061, C4022 C3106 C5321 C2308, C3102, C3107, C4003, C5205 C5207, C5221, C5341 C5301 C2204, C2334, C4206, C5309 C1901, C4014, C4019, C4033, C4036 C5006 C1501-C1507 C1004, C1012, C1014, C1029, C1034 C1040, C1044, C1049, C1051 C1110-C1112, C1207, C1208, C1307 C1311, C1313, C1407, C1408, C3303 C3307, C3408 C1003, C1027, C1037, C1052, C1109 C1206, C1305, C1308, C1310, C1406 C2305, C3003, C3004, C4018, C4020 C4207, C5214, C5222, C5224 C1508-C1510, C2225, C2311, C4104 C5306 C4103 C5328 C2202 C1002, C1005, C1007-C1010, C1016 C1018, C1019, C1021-C1023 C1025, C1026, C1028, C1030, C1035 C1038, C1041, C1042, C1047, C1102 C1105, C1106, C1108, C1114, C1202 C1204, C1302, C1304, C1312, C1402 C1404, C2102-C2106, C2201, C2206 C2222, C2306, C2319, C2332 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH271J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH390J50 CCSRCH4R0C50 CCSRCH5R0C50 CCSRCH681J50 CCSRCH8R0D50 CEVW100M16 CEVW100M16 CEVW101M16 CEVW101M6R3 CEVW101M6R3 CEVW220M6R3 CEVW221M4 CEVW221M4 CEVW2R2M50 CEVW470M16 CEVW470M6R3 CEVW470M6R3 CEVW4R7M35 CKSQYB105K10 CKSQYB225K10 CKSQYB225K10 CKSQYB475K6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYB563K16 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25

B

D MAIN ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC3301 IC3101 IC2301 IC1103 IC5204 IC1101 IC1401 IC1001 IC2331 IC5002 IC1301 IC4001 IC4004, IC4006 > IC4007 IC4206, IC5301, IC5321 IC3201 IC4008 IC4002 IC4003 IC4005 AD1895AYRS AK5381VT BA7655AF CY62148VLL-70ZI K4S161622D-TC80 K4S281632E-TC75 K4S561632D-TC75 M65672WG-C MM1508XN MM1562FF MT48LC4M32B2TG-6 NJM2370R12 NJM2872F05 NJM2880U1-33 NJU7013F PCM1742KE PQ012FZ01ZP PQ070XZ02ZP PST3428U PST3809U SM8707KV SN74AHC2G53HDCT TC74LCX541FT TC74VHC14FT TC74VHC157FT TC7WHU04FU UPC4570G2 UPD72852AGB-8EU UPD72893AGD-LML VYW2116 W986416DH-6 2SA1576A 2SA1576A 2SC4081 DTC114EUA HN1B04FU HN1K03FU RN1903 RN4982 UMF21N 1SS355 HVC359 HVC362 MA2ZV05 RB521S-30

C

D

IC3402 IC4101 IC3001 IC3002 IC5341 IC3403, IC4205, IC5322 IC3251 IC5101 IC5202 IC1102

E

IC1201 Q2101-Q2105, Q2201, Q2203, Q2301 Q2312 Q2202, Q2222 Q2302, Q2311 Q2402, Q2403 Q1101 Q3201, Q3202 Q1102 Q2001 D3001, D3002, D3101-D3104 D5321 D5322 D4201 D1111, D4001

F

68
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSYF106Z10 CKSYF106Z10 CKSYF106Z10 VCM1012

C2406, C2407, C2502-C2506, C3001 C3006, C3101, C3105, C3108 C3202, C3203, C3205, C3252, C3256 C3302, C3308, C4006-C4008, C4010 C4012, C4013, C4017, C4021 C4024-C4026, C4032, C4035, C4107 C4202, C4203, C4209, C5101, C5103 C5111-C5113, C5118-C5120 C5123-C5127, C5204, C5206 C5208-C5213, C5215-C5218 C5225-C5230, C5308, C5310, C5323 C5342, C5343 C1001, C1006, C1011, C1013, C1017 C1024, C1036, C1039, C1045, C1048 C1050, C1053, C1103, C1107, C1113 C1203, C1205, C1209, C1303, C1306 C1309, C1403, C1405, C1409, C2507 C3404-C3407, C4027, C4028 C4030, C4031, C4105, C4201, C4401 C4501, C5110, C5231 C1056, C1059, C1062, C1101, C1104 C1201, C1301, C1401, C3402, C3403 C4015 VC4201 (10pF)

Mark No. OTHERS

Description

Part No.

CN4001 PH CONNECTOR S8B-PH-SM3 CN1901 7P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1299 CN2501, CN5102 7P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1411 CN3001 21P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1425 CN4301 29P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1433 CN2001 32P FFC CONNECTOR CN4401 40P FFC CONNECTOR KN3 EARTH METAL FITTING X4201 (27.000MHz) X5101 (24.576MHz) X4102 (27MHz) VCXO VKN1436 VKN1794 VNF1109 VSS1146 VSS1184 VSS1195

A

E MHLP ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1 D1 PDY081A RB521S-30

B

CAPACITORS
C1 C2-C6 C7 CEVW101M6R3 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF105Z10
C

RESISTORS
R3 R2 R1 Other Resistors RAB4C0R0J RAB4C102J RS1/16S0R0J RS1/10S###J

RESISTORS
R1025, R1026, R1042-R1046 R1048-R1051, R1054, R1068, R1069 R1072, R1073, R5218-R5221 R5229, R5230, R5247, R5249-R5252 R5255, R5258, R5259, R5273-R5275 R5289, R5290 R1408-R1411, R4302-R4306 R4401, R4404, R4410, R4416, R4417 R4423, R4502, R4506, R4512 R4518, R4519, R4525 R1114-R1117, R4405-R4408, R4436 R1303-R1310, R1404-R1407 R1203-R1206 R5103 R5108 R1001-R1009, R1101, R1102, R1201 R1301, R1401, R2017, R3002, R3102, R3201, R3252, R3301 R3303, R4001, R4006, R4009, R4014 R4016, R4108, R4109, R5102 R5207-R5209, R5292, R5322 R5321 R4013 R3254, R3266 R3253, R3265 R4011 R4012 R1021, R1023 R3251, R3269 R2105, R2106, R2111, R2112, R2115 R5104-R5107 Other Resistors RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ220J RAB4CQ223J RAB4CQ223J RAB4CQ223J RAB4CQ330J RAB4CQ560J RAB4CQ680J RN1/16SE5101D RN1/16SE9101D RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S101J RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1002F RS1/16S1201F RS1/16S1501F RS1/16S1800F RS1/16S2201F RS1/16S2202F RS1/16S3300F RS1/16S56R0D RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN1 7P FFC CONNECTOR CN2 B TO B CONNECTOR 30P VKN1411 VKN1571

F FLKY ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1001 PT6315
D

COILS AND FILTERS
L1001 LAU220J

SWITCHES AND RELAYS
S1001, S1002, S1004-S1008 S1003 VSG1009 VSX1004

CAPACITORS
C1012 C1010 C1015 C1001-C1004, C1006-C1009, C1011 C1013, C1016 CEJQ101M6R3 CEJQ220M35 CEJQ470M16 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50
E

RESISTORS
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN1001 19P FFC CONNECTOR IC1002 REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT V1001 FL TUBE RUBBER SPACER 1001 FL HOLDER 9607S-19F RPM7140-H4 VAW1081 VEB1357 VNF1120

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

69

1

2

3

4

Mark No. OTHERS

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.
CKSQYB105K16 CKSQYF105Z16 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF105Z10

G POWER SUPPLY UNIT
A

> P101 PROTECTOR(3A) > P201, P401, P403, P404
PROTECTOR(2A)

AEK7050 AEK7067

C207, C208 C110 C121, C146, C150, C153, C162 C222-C224 C109, C135-C137, C148 C154, C155, C157, C164, C180 C200, C201, C213, C217, C301 C303, C309, C401, C402 C111, C112

H DVJB ASSY
OTHERS
JA1303 DV-TERMINAL CN1302 7P FFC CONNECTOR
B

VKB1186 VKN1238

RESISTORS
R121, R126, R140, R143-R148 R151, R207 Other Resistors RS1/16S75R0F RS1/16S75R0F RS1/16S###J

I SCRB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC104 IC113 IC101 IC114 IC103, IC106, IC107 IC105 IC102, IC301 Q101, Q120-Q122, Q124 Q118 Q104, Q307-Q309 Q109, Q110 Q115, Q123 Q105, Q106 Q281, Q289 Q102, Q119 D113-D117, D130-D133, D181 D184, D187, D188, D307 D134 D182 D101-D112, D118-D121 D123-D127, D129, D135-D150 D185, D186 BA4558F-HT BU4052BCF LA73026AV MM1503XN MM1506XN MM1511XN TC74HC4053AF 2SA1576A 2SC1740S 2SC4081 DTA124EUA DTC124EUA HN1C03FU RN2903 RN4903 1SS355 1SS355 RB501V-40 UDZS12B UDZS5.6B UDZS5.6B UDZS5.6B

OTHERS
CN204 15P FFC CONNECTOR CN203 35P FFC CONNECTOR JA101, JA102 SCART CONNECTOR 101, 102 SCREW PLATE HLEM15S-1 HLEM35S-1 VKB1157 VNE1948

C

D

COILS AND FILTERS
L103 LCYA220J2520

SWITCHES AND RELAYS
RY101 VSR1017

CAPACITORS
E

C142-C145 C225, C226 C307, C308 C113, C114, C127-C130 C203-C206 C115, C116, C227, C228 C158, C159, C165, C166 C168, C169, C212, C219-C221 C156, C161, C182 C103-C105, C147, C209, C214 C218 C151, C152, C160, C167, C170 C138 C102, C117, C118, C123-C126 C139-C141, C149

CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH220J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CEANP100M16 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M16 CEAT101M16 CEAT102M6R3 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M25 CEAT220M25

F

70
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 TUJB ASSY ADJUSTMENT
No. * It is not necessary to adjust the ASSY normaly when exchanging the ASSY. But the adjustment is necessary when exchanging the Tuner Module and IC3003 VIF/SIF IC. Adjustment Name Adj. Point Measurement Point Adjustment Value Adjustment State
VCO freerun frequency (AFC voltage) adjustment 1 L4002 The solder land named "AFT2" (upper side) 1.90V ± 0.20V Q3901-Emitter Note1 Terrestrial tuner input /through output. Any channel, RF Input ≥ 60dBu System = B/G, I or D/K Manual Adjust (in GUI of Manual Ch Setting) = ON Note1 Terrestrial tuner input Ch = E9(203.25MHz), Video= Blackburst RF Input = 60.0 ± 1.0dBu System = B/G, I or D/K
A

2

AGC start point adjustment

VR3901

CN3003 Pin1 (AGC)

3.80V ± 0.20V

B

Note 1 : The adjustment spec. is defined without the thermal drift after the power on. Therefore, start the adjustment at least 10 minutes after the power on.

B

TUJB ASSY
14 1 7 C3517 5 2 8 13 3 9 4 10 12 R3597 Q3554 R3599 15 18 3 6 4 10 R3643 9 11 7 1 5 2 8 13 12 15 14 AFT2

SIDE A

C

AFC Adjust
F3903 R3910 6 4

AGC Adjust

C3201

R9007

Q3906

JA2201

C2806

R3909

R9008

C3515

C3511

VR3901

C2816

C3507

C3555

C3083

JA3582
C3516

L3098

Q3556 R3561

R3574

C2640

CN2006

Q2640

C3364 R3573

R3944

C3504

C2804

C2807

C3904

CMKD-P3X
C3518

R1000 C3314 C3308

L`AFC Adjust VR3902

R3930 R3931

F3902
C3013 Q3913 R3925

C3301

KN2003

C2626

C2623

R3304

D3302

1C 1V 3V

Q3564

C2811

D3301

C2801

C2802

C2622

D3304

D3305

V+5VO

D3303

V+5VO V+5M

R3945

R3949

+
C2544

+

-

-

C203

CVBS2

U3001

ST2271 BT2271

C2810

ARM2T

C3015

KN2002

L2642

V+13SW V+6SW

C3533

C3316

D3306

R1001 C3315

Q3565

C3310

C2812

C2813

R3921

R3098

C3554

C2803

F3904

R9004 R9005 R9006 1

R3908 R3915

L3099

C2642

C3552

R3922

JA3551

JA2832

C2817

JA3081

KN2007

AFT2
18

L4002

1 2

3

L4002

VR3901
C3099

C3010

WARNING
V+6SW
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS LEAD IN SOLDER AND CERTAIN ELECTRICAL PARTS CONTAIN CHEMICALS WHITCH ARE KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER,BIRTH DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE SECTION 25249.6 - PROPOSITION 65

F3906

C3311 C3307

C2814

C3642

R3642

R2315 C2254 C2356 R2359 C2355 R2358 C2553 10

R3933 C3930 Q3916 R3935 R3934

V+5VI

R2205

C2352

R2353

C4010 R4003

R2311 C2351 R2356

R2317 C2354 R2361 C4001 C4003 C4024 R4015 R4008 Q4001 R4007 C4016 C4015 Q4004

C2533

R3942 C4023 12 12
C4026

R4016

Q3915 Q3006

R2357 C2357

C2302

R4006

V+5E

C2534

C3347 C3351

C2111

R2354 R2352 R2351

R3345

R3344

Q3343

R3352 C3350

CN2007 R2084 R2083 R2081

11 11

1 1

9 9 C2358 R2360 X2351

R3351

Q2351 R2355 CN3003

R3941 R4012 R4011

C3028

R3023

Q2306 R2318

34

2

R4005 Q4002

C3936 C3934

L3910 L3912

C3932 L3909 L3911 C3935 C3931 R3937 C3929

C3933

C3026

C2252 C2253

IC2551

R2078

R2079

Q3341

R2254

6 6 R2115 R2113 R2004 1 1 R2003 R2002

4 4 3 3

Q3404 L3343 R3420 C3353 Q3344 L3403 L3407 C3427 R3452 R3457 R3454 L3409

C4027 R4017 R4010

C2140 R2146

R2086 R2085

AGC2

R2251

C4008

Q4003

L3341

C2204 14 14 IC2003 8

88

5 5

R2253

C4014

C4017

C3001 C4002

C3341 R3346

R2071 R2043

R2087

C3355 C3352 R3356 R3354 R3355

Q3451

Q3407

C4022 R4013

L3401

Q3342

C3354 C3345 R3349 R3348 R3343

R2048

R2119 R2007 X2001

116 116 1 1

C2082

R2252 C2251

R2001

R3421

R2145

C3415

1 1

44

C3403

R2005

IC2251

R3436 R3435

88 88 87 87

R3342 C3346 C3343 C3344 L3342

C4012

C4009

C4007 C4004 C3009 C4013 C2584 C4033

R2309

C3356

1

7

C3357 L3344

R3405

C2115

CN2005 Q3452 10 V+15E

C3419

R3423 L3405 IC2581

C2154

R2057 C2109

R2305 R2301 R2303

L3451

V+5E

R2080

R2210

C2210

IC2001

R2110

R2103

R3453 R3455

C2516 R2058 R2059 C2107 CN2009 R2017 1

R3424 R3442 R3432

C2582

Q2205

C2141

R2209 R2011 R2012 R2013

C2142

L2039

R2016

R2109 R2102 R2118 C2119 R2038

C2118 C2505 V+6E V+13SW CN2004 CN2001 1 8

X2271

CONTACT UPPER SIDE CN3002

R2108 R2101

1 1 2

13 13 8

1

15

1

15

Fig.1 Adjustment Points (TUJB ASSY)

V +3 .3 S W

C2506

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

1

8

TUJB ASSY

E B C2

1 2

8

C2101 C2104 C2105 C2103 C2106 C2102

CN2003

R3005

R2029

R2066

R2140

1

30 30

58 58

PC

C B2 E2
V+13SW

CN3001 V+6E V+6SW CN2008
1 1 32 32

KN2001

FC DC

1 1

19

21

V+37E

C4032

1 1

19 19 19

V+5VI

C2108

R3026 L3005

34 34

44 44 C4006

C4019

R2551

C2353

C3349

IC2541 C2153 C2152

L2301

C4028 R4019 R4018

1 1 1 IC4001

C4020 C4011

X4001

CN3003 Pin1
1 1 2 2

R3350 R3357

C3029

Q3099 R3099 V+5TU

IC2351 1 1 4

R3456

22 22

1

10

20

30

35

35

CN210

1

C3928

Q3004

1

1

8

5

15

15

1

C2303 R2316

CN211

R3998

F3911

F3912

R202 C3641

F3901

1
29 29

D
C3006 C3022

C2815

5E +1 O V 5V + V

14 40 R

23 23

I V +5 V

33 33

E

59 59

F

71

1

2

3

4

6.2 MAIN ASSY ADJUSTMENT
A

* It is not necessary to adjust the ASSY normaly when exchanging the ASSY but confirm the data. No.
1

Adjustment Name
Master clock free-running adjustment (Clock system adjustment)

Adj. Point Measurement Point
VC4201 MAIN ASSY IC3402 Pin8 (XTO) (SM8707KV)

Adjustment Value
27.000000MHZ ± 130Hz

Adjustment State
No signal input

B

D
TP39

MAIN ASSY
TP44 R4008 C4010 TP43 CN4001 R4004 CN3001 R3010 R3002 C3001 R3012 L2101 CN2001 R2412 R2411 C2406 C2407 C2334 C4021

SIDE A
TP46

1
R2019 R2017

21 1 20

1
R2046 R2015 R2045 R2014 R2044 R2043 R2013 R2012 R2042 R2011 R2041 R3271 R3270

32
IC2331 C2332

TP47

TP45

C3004

3

Q2402

C3002 IC3001 R3003 R3022 R3023 R3024 R3025

R4014

R2407 R2408 R2406 R2404 R4213 R2405

R2409

8

TP4001 C4023 TP4003 TP4002 F4003 C4024

1

Q2001

R2332 R2333 C2333 R2331 IC2301

R3202

IC4005 IC4003

C2305

R4009

39

40

C4212

R4001

D3104

D3102

D3101

4

R4538

R3103 C3105

2 8

R3104

1 7

C4202 IC4205 C4210 8 5

R4015 C4027

D4202 F42011 4 L4201 C4208 D4201

C4031

IC4004

R4209 R4208 R4207 C4209 C4203 C4206

R2239 R2221 Q2222 Q2311

Q2312R2313 R2312 R2314 C2317

R4204

F4004

IC3101

C3406

CN4501

R3410

R3408

R4510

C3101

2 8

1 7

R4201

IC3402 Pin8
TP3403 C4028 R4017

TP3402

R3105

L4202 4 X4201

R4210

R4202

R4537 R4534 R4531 R4530

16

1

4
TP4201 F3402 C3402 C4014

5
TP4008

C3102

5 1

IC4206

4

C4201

8

9

F3403

F3401

2 8 2 8 2 8

7 1 7

R3411

C3301

D4001 IC3402 R3407 R3403 C4036

C3408

C3404

R3301 C1040

C3107

C4211

5IC3403 8
R3405 R3406

2

3

2 R4505

1 7 1

9

16

TP4202 R1045 R1043 R1048 TP1030TP1028 TP1032 TP1029 TP1027 VC4201 R1005 R1074 R5222 C1013 R5223 F1004 C1026 C1056 TP1024 TP1033 TP1031 TP1026

C2221 TP4306

8

1

TP3401

R3304 R3309 C3303 C3302

C1053

R4302

R4436 R4427

R4440 39 40

14
R3308

2 8

1 7

C1036

C1035

C1030

C1029

IC3301 R1008

C1039 C1049

C1024

C1058 F1006

C1038

8

2

C5221

TP3302

TP1013

R4303

TP4301 C2101 TP4716 TP4715 TP4303 TP4717 TP4714 TP4703 TP4701 TP4302 TP4713

1 7

D4401 C4401

8

R4504

R5298 C5224 R5292 R5297

C5229 C5231 TP3303

1

TP3301

R2227 TP1012

VC4201
F1003 R1004

2

TP4305

1 1 2

7

1 8 2
R4304 R2102 C2102 R2113 C2106 CN4702 TP4704 R2252 TP4705

R3102

8

2 8 28

2

R1080

C

R4507 R4508 R4509

C3405 C3407 C3403

IC4008

4

1

R4205

8

1

C3106 R3409

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C1055 C1019 C1037 F1005 C1018 R1006 C1028 C1017 R1034 C1027 C1025 C1016

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C5223 R5294 R5293 C5222 C5329 R5239 R5244 R5246 C5211 R5240 R5242 R5245 R5241 C5208

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R5122 R5120 R5116 R5114

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TP4015C4033 C4032

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R5252 R5251

Fig.2 Adjustment Point (MAIN ASSY)
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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 CPRM ID NUMBER AND DATA SETTING Use DVD Recorder DATA DISC [GGV1134] and Service Remote Control Unit [GGF1381] Entering the ID Number and ID Data for DVD Recorder
For the DVD recorder,it is necessary with the recoding/playback of DVD–RW disc to set an individual number (ID number) and ID data to each recorder. If the number and data are not set correctly with the following procedure, operations in the future may not be guaranteed. You will find the ID number to be set on the ID label on the rear panel. Important: If no ID label is found on the rear panel, write down the specified ID number by checking it according to "How to confirm the ID number" shown below.
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The Input is Necessary When:
• " CPRM ERR" is displayed on the FL display immediately after the power is turned on or in Stop mode. • When the MAIN ASSY , DRIVE ASSY or the FLASH ROM is exchanged. Note: Be sure to enter the ID number in Stop mode. Use the service remote control (GGF1381) for operations. Only opening/closing of the tray are performed from the player. The ID data disc is swept out automatically after the recorder has read the data from it.

How to Input the ID Number and ID Data
1 To enter the input mode, press ESC + STEREO sequentially in a status with no ID number set, such as after FLASH-ROM downloading. 4 When the ID number has been registered, the unit enters the ID data input mode. (The FL display indicates "INSERT ID.") In this condition, place the ID data disc on the tray and close the tray using the CLOSE key "7/0" on the player.
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2 As number input is enabled when the unit enters the input mode, input the 9-digit ID number. (The entered number is also displayed on the FL display.)

[Recorder's ID Data Setting]

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[Recorder's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? >--------<CLEAR> Exit
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<CLEAR> Exit

Insert The ID Data Disc !

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Input ID Number !
5 While the data are being read, the message shown in the figure at left is displayed on the screen. (The FL display indicates "LOAD ID.") 3 After inputting the number, press SEARCH to register the ID number.

[Recorder's ID Data Setting]
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[Recorder's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? > 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 OK ? <PLAY> Compare Mode <SEARCH> Enter
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Loading The ID Data Disc !

Input ID Number !

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6 When the ID data have been read, the data are written to the FLASH-ROM. (The FL display indicates "WRITE ID.")
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7 When the ID data have been written to the FLASH-ROM, the message "Rom Write OK" is displayed on the screen. (The FL display indicates "ID DATA OK.") 8 After confirming this message, press CLEAR to exit the input mode.

[Recorder's ID Data Setting]

[Recorder's ID Data Setting]

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Wait Rom Writing !

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Rom Write OK !

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<CLEAR> Exit

How to Confirm the ID Number
1 Press ESC + STEREO sequentially with an ID number already set, and the unit enters the ID number confirmation mode. 2 The set ID number is displayed on the screen (and on the FL display), permitting you to confirm it. 3 To exit this mode, press CLEAR .
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[Recorder's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1] Compare >********* <CLEAR> Exit Input ID Number !

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How to Clear the ID Number
1 Press ESC + STEREO sequentially with an ID number already set, and the unit enters the ID number confirmation mode. 2 Input the same number as the ID number you have set. 3 After inputting the number, press STOP . Only when the entered number matches the set ID number, the ID number is cleared and the unit exits this mode. If the numbers do not match, you must return to step 2. ( STOP is not accepted until 9 digits are entered.)

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[Recorder's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1] Compare >********* <CLEAR> Exit <STEREO> ID Data Setting Mode Input ID Number !

[Recorder's ID Number Setting] ID Number ? [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1] Compare > 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 OK ?
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<PLAY> Enter <STOP> Memory Clear <STEREO> ID Data Setting Mode Input ID Number !

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7.1.2 SERVICE MODE
For service operations, use the GGF1381 remote control unit for service. The Service-mode screens consist of nine mode screens, which are classified into such rough categories as recording system and VR playback system, and their subscreens. • How to enter Service mode : Press the ESC then DISP keys in turn while no GUI is displayed. The first screen (version information, etc.) shown below is displayed. • How to exit Service mode : Press the ESC key. • How to advance to the next Service-mode screen : While the first screen is displayed, press directly one of the keys 1-9. For service, use the keys 2, 4 or 5, as shown below. • How to advance to a subscreen within the same Service-mode screen : Press the DIG/ANA key. Pressing the DIG/ANA key repeatedly will change the subscreens within the same Service-mode screen cyclically.
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The Service-mode screens to be used for service are as follows:
1 = First screen: Version information, etc. 2 = Second screen: ATA/ATAPI debug screen (Writer data) 4 = Fourth screen: Error log for the VR recording system 5 = Fifth screen: Error log for the VR playback system
Note: After entering one of the Service-mode screens, if you wish to shift to another Service-mode screen, exit Service mode first, then reenter Service mode and select your desired Service-mode screen.

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Description of Each Service-mode screen
1. First screen (version information, etc.)
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DVR-3100-S/WY SYSCON : 2.00 ComRev : 1.1140.2.6 $ FirmRev : 1.2834.2.4 $ AppRev : 1.3873.2.8 $ TUFLCON : 2.18 F OK DRIVE : DVD-RW DVR-106 OK 1.01L CBT0900720WL OK H D D : ---DEVICE : PRISM=ES 2.0C REGION : 2 C : ∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗

OK OK+ NG– NG!

: : : :

OK (proper combination) Version of the tuner microcomputer too advanced Version of the tuner microcomputer too old "Type"(e.g. J type, WY type) of Syscom's and TUFL microcomputers are mismatching.

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OK : OK (proper combination) OK+ : Version of the drive too advanced NG– : Version of the drive too old OK NG : Serial No. of the drive already registered : Serial No. of the drive not registered
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1 Model name/destination 2 Version of the recorder software 3 Revision No. of the system-control computer software (Edition administration No. [from top to bottom, common software, firmware, application software]) 4 Version No. of the tuner microcomputer, Mask or flash (M: Mask type, F: FLASH type)

5 Information on the built-in drive (Model name, version No., serial No.) 6 Version No. of PRISM 7 Region No. 8 CPRM data (CPRM key No.)

While the first screen shown above is displayed, press the DIG/ANA key to enter the subscreen shown below.
Note: Each time the DIG/ANA key is pressed, the display changes between the first screen and its subscreen.

• Subscreen: Result of error-rate measurement
ERR RATE : x.xe-x/ Note: Be sure to start playback after displaying this subscreen to calculate the error rate.

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During playback in VR mode, the average error rate of the past 10 VOBUs is displayed, and during playback in DVD-Video or Video mode, the average error rate of the past 256 sectors is displayed. During playback in VR mode, the rotation rate of the drive (/: normal speed, no display = double speed) is also displayed.

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2. Second screen (ATA/ATAPI debug screen)
Subscreen 1 of the second screen is displayed when the ESC, DISP, then "2" keys are pressed, in that order.
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Note: Each time the DIG/ANA key is pressed, the display changes cyclically among subscreens 1 to 4.

• Subscreen 1: Command log (ALL) of ATA/ATAPI DEBUG OSD
A T A / A T A P I History - ALL 32 010000000000A000 OK 32 2A00000DEBB000063000 OK 32 2A00000DF1E000063000 OK 32 2A00000DF81000063000 OK 32 2A00000DFE4000062000 OK 32 2A00000E046000063000 OK 32 2A00000E0A9000063000 OK 32 2A00000E10C000063000 OK >32 2A00000E16F00006200023A00
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• Subscreen 2: Command log (ERROR) of ATA/ATAPI DEBUG OSD

• Subscreen 3: Writer mentenance information of ATA/ATAPI DEBUG OSD
The cumulative power-on time and error log that are administered by the writer are displayed. Such information is obtained when the power is turned on. Thereafter, each time the SEARCH key on the remote control unit for service is pressed while subscreen 3 is displayed, the updating command is sent, and the data on the subscreen are updated. Care must be taken when updating this subscreen, because an undesired command is inserted if it is executed while recording, etc.

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ATA/ATAPI Power ON 0102:56 DVD R0053:48 W0022:16 CD R0034:04 W0000:00

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Writer MaintenanceInfo 00 00 00 0000 00000000 01 00 00 0000 00000000 02 00 00 0000 00000000 03 00 00 0000 00000000 04 00 00 0000 00000000 05 00 00 0000 00000000 06 00 00 0000 00000000 07 00 00 0000 00000000 0 0- 0 0

Error log for the Writer

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Power-on time/cumulative power-on time Duration of emission of the laser diode (LD) for DVD-R/DVD while reading Duration of emission of the LD for DVD-W/DVD while writing Duration of emission of the LD for CD-R/CD while reading Duration of emission of the LD for CD-W/CD while writing

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• Subscreen 4: ATA/ATAPI DEBUG OSD_LD degradation judgment
The degrees of degradation of the LD (laser diode) for the writer (LDs for CD and DVD separately), temperature, and RF level are displayed. To update the data on the subscreen, press the SEARCH key on the remote control unit for service while subscreen 4 is displayed. See Table 1 below for a description of each item and the conditions for updating data.
A T A / A T A P I - LD Degrade
1 2 3 4 5

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CD DVD TMP ADJ RF

:0070 :0068 :00A3 : 0 0 67 :3D70

104% 96% 4 1 °C 2 6 °C

OK OK

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Table 1: Description of each item and conditions for updating data No.
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Item
CD DVD TMP ADJ

Description

Conditions for updating by pressing the SEARCH key

Remarks ∗1 ∗1 ∗1 ∗1
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Degradation judgment of LD for CD. Regarded as NG when the value No disc inserted in the disc tray is 120% or higher (same standard as for the PC drive) Degradation judgment of LD for DVD. Regarded as NG when the value is 120% or higher (same standard as for the PC drive) Current temperature inside the Writer Temperature (approx. 25°C) inside the Writer during adjustment RF level (16-bit data, proportional calculation performed using the actual RF level value with 2.5 V = 0xFFFF as the maximum value, displayed in 4-digit hexadecimal) No disc inserted in the disc tray No disc inserted in the disc tray No disc inserted in the disc tray

RF

During playback of disc medium

∗1 : For correct judgment, after leaving the unit at a normal temperature for some time, judgment must be performed immediately after the unit is turned on with no disc loaded.

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3. Fourth screen (VR-recording-related error log)
Subscreen 1 of the fourth screen is displayed when the ESC, DISP, then "4" keys are pressed, in that order.
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Note: Each time the DIG/ANA key is pressed, the display changes cyclically among subscreens 1 to 11.

• Subscreen 1:
RunFnc : ---- Ecl : **** Rate : ** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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• Subscreens 2 and 3:
These subscreens are not for service use.

• Subscreen 4: Error log for VR recording
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Recording Error History Display 01–06–01 20:05:30 No SysHdr IN 01–06–02 00:22:10 Write Error

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1 Recording-related error log for the last 18 errors, divided into 2 screens (generation time [year-month-day, hour:minute:second], error data in simplified description)
Notes: • For details on error messages, see Table 2 "Description of VR-recording-related errors". • The two error-log screens can be switched by pressing the SPEED+ or SPEED- key.

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• Subscreens 5 to 11:
These subscreens are not for service use.

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4. Fifth screen (Error log for VR playback)
Subscreen 1 of the fifth screen is displayed when the ESC, DISP, then "5" keys are pressed, in that order.
Note: Each time the DIG/ANA key is pressed, the display changes cyclically among subscreens 1 to 4.
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• Subscreen 1:
G : 0 1–0 1 0 0 m 0 0 s 0 0 # –. – e – – 0 0 . 0 0 M Tgt : STOP Now : STOP Spd : 0 Man : STOP Sub : 0 VBF : 000 ABF : 00 TrMd : STOP TrSt : 0 TNo : Ver : 00 RvMd : STOP RvSt : 0 DNo : Aer : 00 CcSt : STOP ld : 00000000 Stc : 00000000 Tpp-Av1 : +-0 V-A : +-0 MPEG2 720x480 A0 AC-3 2ch 0256k NT ASP : 43 CGMS : 0 APS : 0 Src : 0 END : 00m00s00 Cell : 000
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• Subscreen 2: Error log for VR playback
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G : 0 1–0 1 0 0 m 0 0 s 0 0 # –. – e – – m s Message G01 : 0 0 0 0 Tr : N u l l b l k L 02 : 1 2 3 0 Tr : S c h L a t e L 02 : 4 1 0 3 Tp : V o b D i f + L 02 : 4 1 0 4 Tp : V o b D o f –

00000000 m s Er

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1 Data on location of the display Original(G)/play list (L), title No., chapter No. (X:XX-XX), time of the display (min, sec, frame [XXmXXsXX]), busy mark of the virtual mechanical-control computer (#), error rate of the transfer data (X.XeXX), playback logical address (ID [XXXXXXXX]) 2 Error message log Original(G)/play list (L), title No., time of generation (min, sec [XXX:XXXX]), playback-related error log for the last 13 errors (XX:XXXXXXX)
Notes: • For details on error messages, see Table 1 "Description of VR-playback-related errors". • If a VR-playback-related error is generated, a problem in data reading from the disc may be suspected. (The possibility of a problem on the drive side is high.)
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• Subscreens 3 and 4:
These subscreens are not for service use.

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Table 1: Description of VR-playback-related errors
Error Message
Tr : NullBlk Tr : ReadErr Tr : SchLate
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Description
Transfer task: NULL at the top block (Detecting NG stream made at the DVR-1000 series and starting protection process.) Transfer task: ATA read error Transfer task: ATA search late Transfer task: Timeout for gaining semaphore (no synchronization with the display) Transfer task: Inconsistency between NAVI (navigator) of management data and actual NAVI Transfer task: Inconsistent order Main task: Detects hang-up of AV decoder and starts recovery TPP task: Detects hang-up of AV decoder and starts recovery TPP task: The decoder STC advances by 1 VOBU hour. TPP task: The STC of the management information advances TPP task: The management information pointer designated was NULL. TPP task: Failure to set the TPP memory when scanning was canceled. TPP task: Although the reverse step had failed, the operation was forcibly terminated because the top cell was located. TPP task: Inconsistency occurred. Reverse playback task: Timeout for waiting for interruption to the top VOBU immediately after starting decoding Reverse playback task: Timeout for waiting for B-picture of the open GOP immediately after starting decoding Reverse playback task: Timeout for waiting for I-picture of the open GOP immediately after starting decoding Reverse playback task: Timeout for waiting for link Reverse playback task: Starts compensation by detecting link failure Reverse playback task: Starts retrial after detecting timeout from reverse pause to forward pause Reverse playback task: Forced termination because of a possible error of the top data during reverse normal playback Reverse playback task: Inconsistent order AV1: Buffer-clear timeout AV1: Timeout for waiting for stream ready AV1: Timeout for TP mode change AV1: Timeout for a step command Closed caption task: OS error

Tr : SemTOvr Tr : NaviErr Tr : OrderEr Mn : Av1Hang ERR_RCV! Tp : VobDif+ Tp : VobDifTp : midNULL Tp : ScanNg Tp : RStepEr

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Tp : tppErr Rv : 1stTOvr Rv : OpnTOvr Rv : OplTOvr Rv : LnkTOvr Rv : LnkFail Rv : R2FTOvr Rv : TopVbEr Rv : OrderEr Av : B/CTOvr

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Av : StrmOvr Av : TpmTOvr Av : SpmTOvr CC_OS_ERR Abbreviations:

STC = System Time Clock VOBU = Video Object Unit GOP = Group Of Picture B-picture = Bidirectionally predictive-picture

I-picture = Intra-picture P-picture = Predictive-picture TP mode change = AV1 term (Trick Play mode change)

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Table 2: Description of VR-recording-related errors
Error Message
Non Err ∗ DRAM NG SRAM NG CPRM IC NG Drive Destroy MKB REVOKED WM Cracked VBR-SRAM NG BK BATT Down BK FSYS Dirty Stream NG Stm Start NG AVEnc Hang No SysHdr IN Strm Start NG IN Encode ∗ EncModul Hang Ourob Strm NG WaterMark Det BUF Overflow Drive Hang Write Err Read Err Drv Hard Err Mech No Res Drv TimeOut NWA Exhaust MKB Invalid Drv Err DISC Full No More Info ∗ No Perm ∗ Limit Over ∗ Rec Pause ∗ No Video ∗ Relocation Do Invalid Param ∗ Protect Src ∗ Now Busy ∗ Invalid Disc ∗ Invalid UDF ∗ Invalid VMG ∗ Normal Abnormality in access to the work DRAM Abnormality in access to the backup work SRAM Inappropriate CPRM IC The drive has crashed. Error in gaining data WM cracked Abnormality in VBR SRAM Backup RAM data has been erased. Backup RAM data has been written on the file system. Inappropriate input stream data Failure to start encoding (reasons not clear) Inappropriate MPEG encoder System packet is not input periodically. Timeout waiting for system packet input at the beginning Changes cannot be made in the process of encoding Encoder routine is hung up. Inappropriate stream data to the Ouroboros input Watermark detected Overflow of the stream buffer The drive is hung up. The drive failed to write and could not be recovered. Reading failed, ECC failed, etc. Abnormality in the drive hardware or firmware No response from the mechanical-control computer Timeout waiting for drive operation NWA surpassed and impossible to use MKB reading error General error of the drive

Description

Error Message
Invalid TMVMG Unmatch Stamp ∗ Virgin DISC Fail Repair ReadOnly DISC ∗ Rzn Rsv NG Rzn Cls NG Rzn Rpr NG Bdr Opn Bdr Cls Format NG OPC NG PCA Full RMA Full SW Vrec mode ∗ SW Vpb mode ∗ NV Pck MK Err NV Pck DMA Err Cell Close NG Something ∗ Status NG ∗ Irr Action ∗ Abort ∗ Repair Exec Format Exec BUG BusReset Done Task No Activ Mem get NG

Description
Invalid TMP_VMGI content Impossible to modify because of nonmatching time stamps Blank disc Repair failed Because some data are invalid, data cannot be written. R-zone reserve failed. R-zone Closure failed. R-zone repair failed. Opening of border failed. Closing of border failed. Formatting failed. OPC failed. PCA has been used up. RMA has been used up. Switching to video recording routine is required. Switching to video playback routine is required. Error in creating NAVI pack Inappropriate NAVI pack DMA Cell closure failed. Undetermined error Abnormality in change of statuses Incorrect action Cancellation Repairing has been executed. Formatting has been executed. Some bugs Bus Reset has been executed. Task has not been activated. Video mode memory has not been ensured. Video mode reserve R-zone failed. Video Mode Tracon transfer has not been completed. Video Mode DRAM (Stream Buffer) clear failure Video Mode VTSI BUP write error Video Mode write error Video Mode TMP VMGI write error Video Mode Closure R-zone failure Inappropriate Category ID Inappropriate Category information Typing error Count MAX exceeded The extension file is too large. HDD not recognized on the bus.
VMG = Video Manager RMA = Recording Management Area MKB = Media Key Block TMP_VMGI = Temporary Video Manager Information Border = from Lead-in to Lead-out

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No further data can be written because the disc is V Rsv RzoneNG full. No more space in the internal work-management area No permission to write to the disc Standard maximum limit exceeded No operation permitted during recording pause No video input (not locked) VR-recording data was relocated. Invalid parameter Source to be recorded is copy-protected. In the process of the emergency processing The disc cannot be recognized. Invalid UDF content Invalid VMG content Tracon Tm NG DRAM CLR Err VTSI_B Wr Err VTSI Wr Err TMP-VMG WrErr CLS Rzon Fail V Categ ID NG V Cate Inf NG V Ext TY NG V Ext MAX Ovr V ExtfToo Big HDD Destroy Abbreviations:

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Notes; • Any error message marked with ∗ is displayed "RecErr : ---------" on the Subscreen 1 of the fourth screen. • : Indicates an error of the MPEG encoder : Indicates an error of the drive system • In a case of an error in the drive system, scratches or dirt on a disc, or a problem of the drive itself (dirty pickup) may be suspected.

ECC = 4 byte Code for Error Correction UDF = Universal Disc Format PCA = Power Calibration Area OPC = Optical Power Control NWA = Next Writable Address

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Table 3: List of Key Codes
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How to enter each check mode Test mode remote control unit : [A8**] Remote control unit supplied with the DVR : [AB**] No. Check Item
EE system (same as preview)

Key Input
[ESC] → [A.MON]

Operation / purpose
Turns on/off EE mode cyclically Starts the EE system in EE mode (main-unit setting rate) Stops the EE system in EE mode

Remarks
Make sure that CGMS = 11 becomes when CGMS = 10 is input. EE mode: Simulation mode for recording status

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[PLAY] [STOP]

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Error-rate measurement

[ESC] → [SIDEB]

V-mode recording: After recording for 10 seconds, the unit starts playback while For details, see displaying the error rate. " 7.1.4 ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT ". DVD-Video: The error rate is automatically measured, then the result will be displayed. Enters Adjustment mode for AVIO Settings are made for the selected input settings (TUNER, LINE). Determines the settings, then exits For details, see " 7.1.5 SETTINGS FOR SPECIFIC AREAS ". Adjustment mode

[ESC] → [CHP/TIM] 3 Settings for specific areas [ESC]

How the ESC code is processed • When the ESC code is received, ESCAPE mode is entered, but in combination with the code(s) that follow(s), a specific meaning is added. • If ESC codes are received continuously, ESCAPE mode is retained.
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7.1.3 DV DEBUG MODE
Press the ESC, DISP, then "8" keys, in that order.
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(DV/1394) Init:OK AV:01 DV:01

INT4:02

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[Recoder] GUID:00E036000160001 IRM iPCR:C03F0000 oPCR:0000007A [DV] GUID:0080880303480E96 VN:VICTOR MN:GR-D50K TM:C3 TS:75 CT:32 WP:01 PS:FF OS:00 [DVdecoder:Yes] TC:00h20m35s02f RD:02/02/05 RT:10h34m50s ASPECT:4:3 CGMS:000000 APSTB:00 DEC:525-60 SF:32kHz QU:12bit AMODE:4) Stereo [DVencode:No] TC:--h--m--s--f RD:--/--/--/-- RT:--h--m--s ASPECT:-------- CGMS:-- APSTB:--

Boldface alphanumerics : Fixed indications Nonboldface alphanumerics : Variable indications

B

No.
Init AV 1 DV

Item

Description
Whether the initialization of uPD72893A (1394LINK & DVcodec IC) has been completed (OK) or not (NG) Number of AV devices on the local bus Number of DV devices on the local bus Number of executing INT4(PIO) interrupt processing routines until a POWER ON notification arrives from uPD72893A (normally, 02) GUID set in ConfigROM of the unit iPCR value of the unit oPCR value of the unit GUID set in ConfigROM of the connected DV device Vendor name set in ConfigROM of the connected DV device Model name set in ConfigROM of the connected DV device Transport Mode data obtained from the DV device Transport State data obtained from the DV device Cassette Type data obtained from the DV device

Remarks
In a case of NG, communication with uPD72893A may have failed.

If the number does not become 01 even if a DV device is connected, identification of that device fails.

INT4

C

2 3 4

GUID iPCR oPCR GUID

In a case of ROOT (IRM), IRM is displayed at the rightmost of the GUID indication

Data are displayed only if one DV device is identified. If the connected DV device is ROOT (IRM), IRM is displayed at the rightmost of the GUID indication Data are displayed only if one DV device is identified. (Depending on the device, the vendor name may not be set in ConfigROM.) Data are displayed only if one DV device is identified. (Depending on the device, the vendor name may not be set in ConfigROM.)
D

VN 5 MN

TM TS CT 6 WP PS OS 7 [DVdecode:XXX]

Data are displayed only if one DV device is identified. Copy-protection data obtained from the DV device Power-state data obtained from the DV device Output signal mode data obtained from the DV device Whether Yes (in the process of requesting DV input) or No is indicated in XXX Normally, Yes is indicated only when CH is set to DV
E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

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2

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No.
A

Item
TC

Description
Time-code data of the DVdecode Stream, or response data of the Time Code command Rec Date of DVdecode Stream Rec Time of DVdecode Stream Aspect Ratio of DVdecode Stream

Remarks
Stream time-code data are obtained when playback in the forward direction is performed. Otherwise, time-code data are obtained through an AV/C command.

8 RD RT ASPECT CGMS 9 APSTB DEC
B

CGMS of DVdecode Stream (from left to right, Recording of DV input cannot be performed unless the CGMS data of bits 5-4: Audio ch2, bits 3-2: value of CGMS is 00. Audio ch1, and bits 1-0: Video) APS trigger bit of DVdecode stream With/without DVdecode stream input With input: Signal type (525-60, 625-50, 1125-60, 125050, or Invalid) is indicated, Without input: "No" is indicated. If SF is 44 kHz, it is considered that 44.1-kHz audio is input, and sound is muted on the unit.

SF 0 QU AMODE [DVencode:XXX] TC RD RT ASPECT CGMS APSTB

Sampling Frequency of DVdecode Stream QUANTIZATION of DVdecode Stream AUDIO MODE of DVdecode Stream

=

Whether Yes (in the process of requesting DV Normally, Yes is indicated only with HDD or DVD playback output) or No is indicated in XXX TIME CODE of DVencode stream REC DATE of DVencode stream REC TIME of DVencode stream Aspect Ratio of DVencode stream CGMS of DVencode stream (common to video, audio ch1 and audio ch2) APS trigger bit of DVencode stream Normally, sources other than CGMS=00 are not output.

C

~

D

E

F

84
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DVR-3100-S
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Simple Diagnosis
Location in the Debug Screen Items to be Checked, and Conditions Possible causes
5

Symptoms

5

No operation for either DV input or output 1 Check the number of DV devices when one DV device is connected to the recorder: 01: The connected DV device is correctly identified. Other than 01: The connected DV device is not correctly identified. 7 Check of DV decoding when the recorder channel is set to DV: Yes: The recorder is in the process of a DV input operation No: The recorder is not executing a DV input operation

Check the init indication: OK: Initialization of DV-related LSIs (IC5101, IC5202) appropriately completed Defective IC, defective soldering, defective power supply, NG: Communication failure between DV-related LSIs (IC5101, IC5202) and etc. HOST microcomputer (IC1001). Initialization of DV-related LSIs (IC5101, IC5202) has not been completed properly. Defective DV terminals, improper connection of the DV-terminal board, defective IC, defective cables, an IEEE 1394 device other than the DV device connected Defective IC, defective soldering, defective power supply, etc.

6

6

No picture nor sound for DV input 9 Check DEC: 525-60: An NTSC DV signal is input from the DV device. 625-50: A PAL DV signal is input from the DV device. No: No DV signal is input from the DV device.

Defective DV terminals, improper connection of the DV-terminal board, defective IC, defective source device Note: As to a model having the Input Line System setting, if the setting and the actual input signal system do not match, no picture appears. Recording cannot be performed for a copy-protected source.

DVR-3100-S
9 Check CGMS: 00: A copy-permitted source is being input. Other than 00: A copy-protected source is being input. 0 E D C

DV input recording impossible

No sound for DV input

Check SF: 32 khz: An audio signal with 32-kHz sampling frequency is being input. 48 khz: An audio signal with 48-kHz sampling frequency is being input. 44 khz: An audio signal with 44.1-kHz sampling frequency is being input.

An audio signal with 44.1-kHz sampling frequency is muted.

7

7

No picture nor sound for DV output

Check DVencode during DVD/HDD playback: Yes: The recorder is in the process of a DV output operation No: The recorder is not executing a DV output operation (No is also displayed during playback of copy-prohibited sources or simultaneous-recording/playback.)

Defective IC, defective soldering, defective power supply, etc.

8

8 A B

85

F

1

2

3

4

7.1.4 ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT
A

How to enter Error-Rate Measurement mode Press the ESC key then the SIDE-B key of the remote control unit for service to enter Error-Rate Measurement mode. During playback of DVD-VIDEO, Error-Rate Measurement mode can also be entered by pressing the ESC key then the PLAY key. How to exit Error-Rate Measurement mode Press the ESC key. The error-rate display disappears, and Error-Rate Measurement mode is exited.
Note: The error rate cannot be measured in VR mode or during CD playback.

B

Functions 1 Video-mode recording (recording medium) In this mode, DVD recording is automatically performed for 10 seconds, the recorded DVD title is played back while the error rate is being measured, then as soon as playback of the recorded DVD title is finished, playback stops.*1 After error-rate measurement is finished, the average error rate will be displayed on the FL display and OSD. Only in a case in which the calculation of the average error rate fails, the tray will open. 2 DVD-VIDEO (playback medium) Only during playback, when the ESC key then the SIDE-B key (or the ESC key then the PLAY key) are pressed, the error rate is calculated and displayed on the FL display and OSD.(∗2) Only in a case in which the calculation of the average error rate fails, the tray will open.

Changes of display
Table 1: Video mode (recording medium)
C

Operation
"ERROR RATE" is displayed on the FL display for an instant. DVD recording starts. DVD recording is performed for 10 seconds. The recorded DVD title is played back while the error rate is being measured, then as soon as playback is finished it stops. After error-rate measurement is finished (∗1), the average error rate, the measurement-finish mark (∗), and the OK/NG-judgment result (∗3) will be displayed on the FL display and OSD. (If the tray opens as a result of NG judgment, the display on the FL display and OSD will be retained.)

Display FL Display
ERROR ERROR x x x x x ER x . x E - x ERR RATE : x.xE-x RATE RATE

OSD (On Screen Display)

D

ER

x . x E - x

ERR RATE : x.xE-x * OK

Table 2: DVD-Video (playback medium)
Operation
Only during playback, when the corresponding keys are pressed, the error rate is calculated and displayed on the FL display and OSD. (∗2)
E

Display FL Display
ER x . x E - x

OSD (On Screen Display)
ERR RATE : x.xE-x -

After error-rate measurement is finished (∗1), the average error rate, the measurement-finish mark (∗), and the OK/NG-judgment result (∗3) will be displayed on the FL display and OSD. (If the tray opens as a result of NG judgment, the display on the FL display and OSD will be retained.)

ER

x . x E - x

ERR RATE : x.xE-x - OK

F

86
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6

7

8

∗1 : Whether error-rate measurement is finished or not is judged, as shown in Table 3 below.

Table 3: On judgment whether error-rate measurement is finished or not
Recording Mode Judgment whether error-rate measurement is finished or not
After playback of a certain amount (∗) of data Measurement of the 16 ECC blocks is performed 16 times, then the grand sum is used for calculation of the error rate. The capacity is as follows: 16 ECC blocks × 16 sectors × 2048 bytes × 16 times = 8388608 bytes = 67108864 bits

A

Recording/playback duration required for error-rate measurement
The time required for completion of error-rate measurement varies, depending on the input video signal to be recorded. (The more the motion in the input video signal to be recorded is animated, the shorter the playback time required for completion of error-rate measurement becomes.)
B

Video mode

∗2 : During DVD-VIDEO error-rate measurement, even after error-rate measurement is finished, playback continues, and the display of the error rate results is retained. In this playback mode, if Error-Rate Measurement mode is exited by pressing the ESC key, then it is reentered by pressing the ESC and SIDE-B keys (or ESC and PLAY keys), the error rate will not be updated, and the previous value is displayed. To reset the previous error rate, stop disc playback.

∗3 : OK/NG judgment In DVD/VIDEO and Video Mode recording, OK/NG judgment is displayed under the following conditions:

Table 4: List of OK/NG threshold values
Disc Type
DVD-VIDEO DVD-R Video mode Finalized Not finalized Finalized Not finalized

Recording Mode

Finalized or not finalized

Reference Value
8.0 × 10 1.0 × 10 1.0 × 10 1.0 × 10
–4 –3 –3 –3

Display
OK / NG OK / NG OK / NG OK / NG OK / NG
C

DVD-RW

Video mode

1.0 × 10 – 3

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

87

1

2

3

4

7.1.5 VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FOR SPECIFIC AREA
A

Purposes: Depending on the area, jitter may appear in a picture received by the tuner, as conditions of signals received by the tuner are different from area to area. To correct this kind of problem, the function of the System Codec AVIO control section for adjusting signals received by the tuner can be used. How to enter setting modes: To enter General Setting mode, press the ESC key then the CHP/TIM key of the remote control unit for service. To enter Specific Channel Setting mode, press the DIG/ANA key in General Setting mode. How to exit setting modes: Press the ESC key. The setting mode is exited, the OSD disappears.

1. General Setting mode
B

This mode can be entered only during recording/playback stop. In this mode, each item and its current settings are displayed on the OSD. The currently selected input mode (TUNER or LINE) is displayed. If L1, L2, L3 or DV is selected for input, general settings for the line input can be made, and if TUNER is selected, general settings for the tuner input can be made. [General Setting mode] (∗2)
AVIO Specific Area Mode Input - [ TUNER ] Sync AGC : ON ∗ Threshold : Manual Threshold Level Threshold Level : 0 ∗

C

∗ : setting is the default.

Table 1: Key operations in General Setting mode (effective only during recording/playback stop)
Key
INPUT SELECT, CHANNEL +/– (∗R) 2 ×3, ×3 3 (∗1) 4 CHAPTER SKIP, CHAPTER SKIP ¢ (∗1)

Operation
Switches inputs or channels. Sets Sync AGC. Sets Threshold.

Setting (∗: Default)
– ON (∗) / OFF (∗) Normal Auto Threshold Level Manual Threshold Level Pedestal Level According to the setting of Threshold, the values can be changed within the range mentioned below. • Normal: The value is fixed, with no display of the value. • Auto Threshold Level: 0-8 (Default: 0) • Manual Threshold Level: 0-8 (Default: 0) • Pedestal Level: 0-8 (Default: 0)

Remarks
– – –

D

e STILL STEP, STILL STEP E (∗1)

– The value can be changed with the e or E key. The value can be changed with the e or E key. The value can be changed with the e or E key. Pressing the key resets all settings of General Setting mode to the initial values. Settings of Specific Channel Setting mode are not affected (they are retained). –

Sets Threshold level.

E

CLEAR (∗1)

Initializes the setting of General Setting mode.

ESC

Exits AVIO setting for specific areas, clearing the OSD.

∗R: Refers to keys on the remote control unit supplied with this unit. The keys without "R" refer to the remote control unit for service.

F

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7

8

∗1 : When a setting value is changed, that value is immediately displayed and is stored in nonvolatile memory. • Settings made will not be reset to the default settings even if resetting to the factory-preset values is performed. ∗2 : In General Setting mode, if the channel displayed has specific settings, the following will be displayed.
A

[Display in General Setting mode when the channel currently displayed has specific settings]
AVIO Specific Area Mode Input - [ TUNER ] Sync AGC : ON * Threshold : Manual Threshold Level Threshold Level : 0 * This channel is set up individually.

B

2. Specific Channel Setting mode
This mode is entered when the DIG/ANA key is pressed in General Setting mode. In this mode, specific settings can be made for up to 12 channels. For channels that do not have specific settings, the settings of General Setting mode are applied. Display in Specific Channel Setting mode (A picture from the tuner can be viewed using the semitransparent OSD display.) [Display in Specific Channel Setting mode] [When specific channel settings have NOT been made]
AVIO Specific Area Mode Input - [ TUNER ] Sync AGC : ON * Threshold : Manual Threshold Level Threshold Level : 0 * Individual setting state Input Channel - [ 1CH] Sync AGC : --Threshold : -----Threshold Level : --h
C

[When specific channel settings have been made]
AVIO Specific Area Mode Input - [ TUNER ] Sync AGC : ON * Threshold : Manual Threshold Level Threshold Level : 2 Individual setting state Input Channel - [ 1CH] Sync AGC : ON Threshold : Manual Threshhold Level Threshold Level : 3

General Setting data

D

Specific Channel Setting data

∗ : setting is the default. • If a channel that does not have specific settings is displayed, the setting figures are displayed as hyphens (--). If the setting figures are not displayed as hyphens, those settings have been specifically set even if they are identical to the default settings or those of General Setting mode. • The channels to be displayed in "Input Channel" are as follows: • In a case of line input: L1-L3,DV • In a case of tuner input: Received channel (a channel to be set in specific channel settings)

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

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1

2

3

4

Table 2: Key operations in Specific Channel Setting mode
(effective only during recording/playback stop)
A

Key
DIG/ANA INPUT SELECT, CHANNEL +/– (∗R) 2 ×3, ×3 3 (∗1) 4 CHAPTER SKIP, CHAPTER SKIP ¢

Operation
Switches cyclically between General Setting mode and Specific Channel Setting mode. Switches inputs or channels. Sets Sync AGC. Sets Threshold.

Setting (∗: Default)

Remarks

– ON (∗) / OFF (∗) Normal Auto Threshold Level Manual Threshold Level Pedestal Level According to the setting of Threshold, the values can be changed within the range mentioned below. • Normal: The value is fixed, with no display of the value. • Auto Threshold Level: 0-8 (Default: 0) • Manual Threshold Level: 0-8 (Default: 0) • Pedestal Level: 0-8 (Default: 0)

– – –

B

– The value can be changed with the e or E key. The value can be changed with the e or E key. The value can be changed with the e or E key.

e STILL STEP, STILL STEP E

Sets Threshold level.

C

PLAY

All channels assigned to have specific settings are canceled, and the specific settings are reset to their default values. If the channel currently selected is assigned to have specific settings, that assignment is canceled. (If that channel is canceled, the number of remaining channels for which specific channel settings can be made increases by 1.) The specific-setting data for the currently selected channel are reset to their default values. (But the assignment of a channel having specific settings is not canceled.) Exits AVIO setting for specific areas, clearing the OSD.

Settings of General Setting mode are not affected.

CLEAR

Pressing the key resets the settings of Specific Channel Setting mode for that channel to the initial values. Settings of General Setting mode are not affected.

D

PAUSE

Pressing the key resets the settings of Specific Channel Setting mode for that channel to the initial values. Settings of General Setting mode are not affected (retained). –

ESC

∗R: Refers to keys on the remote control unit supplied with this unit. The keys without "R" refer to the remote control unit for service.

E

F

90
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DVR-3100-S
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5

6

7

8

• Settings made will not be reset to the default settings even if resetting to the factory-preset values is performed. • Screen display when Specific Channel settings are made on 12 (maximum) channels: In such a case. If a channel which does not have specific settings is selected, the individual setting state for that channel is not displayed, as shown in the figure below, and the settings cannot be modified. In such a case, if you wish to make Specific Channel Settings for the currently selected channel, you must clear the Specific Channel Settings for one or more channels beforehand.

A

[With 12 channels having specific settings, when the currently selected channel does not have specific settings]
AVIO Specific Area Mode Input - [ TUNER ] Sync AGC : ON * Threshold : Manual Threshold Level Threshold Level : 3 Individual setting state Sorry ! You can store only 12 channels for Specific Area mode.

B

C

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

91

1

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3

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7.1.6 SETUP SEQUENCE
Tuner/FL U-com
A
Connect power cord. System microcomputer starts up. Tuner/FL microcomputer starts up. LSI Check OK Clock indication on FL display FLASH Check OK Firmware stored in Flash memory is developed in SD-RAM. NG NG LSI NG displayed on FL display No Downloading through RS232C required. "MONITOR" displayed on FL display Initialization of peripheral-circuit register, RAM, etc. Drive microcomputer starts up.

System Codec IC (Inital Program Loader)

DVD-R/RW Drive

Initialization of peripheral-circuit register, RAM, etc.

Has command arrived? Yes

B

Power ON ? Yes Power ON, cancellation of reset

No

ATA/ATAPI command processing

Jumping to developed firmware

"POWER ON" displayed on FL display

System Codec IC (Firmware)
Initialization of peripheral-circuit register, RAM, etc. Starting communication with Tuner/FL microcomputer

C

Request for power off of system-control computer made to Tuner/FL microcomputer No System-control computer is turned off (entering standby) following request from Tuner/FL microcomputer

NG

Waiting for communication to be established OK

Obtaining LD temperature data from drive. Is temperature below 62°C?

Yes No

D

Key-input and channel data transmitted to the system-control computer, and responding to instructions from it, indication displayed on FL display and channel switching performed

Is ID check of drive OK? Yes

"CPRM ERR" displayed on FL display

Is disc in? Yes

No

Is disc valid? Yes

No

E
Repair required? Yes Repair process Tray Open No

Playback requested? Yes

No

F

Playback

Stop

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7

8

7.1.7 DISASSEMBLY
A

1 Bonnet S, Tray Panel Assy

2 Front Panel Section

1 2 3 4 5 6

Remove the bonnet by removing the eight screws. Press the STANDBY/ON button to turn on the power.

Press the 0 button to open the tray. Remove the tray panel assy. Press the 0 button to close the tray. Press the STANDBY/ON button to turn off the power.

1 2 3

Remove the two screws. Remove the four hooks. Remove the front panel section.

1 2
B

1 2 6 2 3 4 3 3 5
Tray panel assy

2 2

Front panel section Note: This photograph shows other models. However, the work method is the same.

C

5

3 HDD Stay

How to open the tray when the power cannot be on
When the player cannot eject disc tray due to power failure or any other reasons, open the jack door, and use a long thin pole and push the emergency eject hole under the tray panel to eject.

1 2 3

Remove the one screw. Remove the three screws. Remove the HDD stay.

D

Note: This photograph shows other models. However, the work method is the same.

1

HDD stay

3 2
long thin pole Emergency eject hole Jack door

2

E

2

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

93

1

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3

4

4 DRIVE Assy R6
A

5 MAIN Assy
Note: This photograph shows other models. However, the work method is the same.

1 2 3 4

Remove the two screws. Remove the five screws. Disconnect the connector.

1 2 3

Remove the four screws. Disconnect the flexible cable from DVJB Assy. Stand the MAIN Assy.

Remove the DRIVE Assy R6.

2 1
B

2 2 2

2
MAIN Assy

DVJB Assy

1

1 3 2

1

1 3
CN2009

1

4
C

DRIVE Assy R6

Note: This photograph shows other models. However, the work method is the same.

6 Diagnosis

1 2
D

Insert the insulation sheet between the MAIN Assy and chassis. Arrange the unit as shown in the photo below.

Caution: MAIN IC (IC1001) on the MAIN Assy generate heat to around 80 degrees. Be careful when works.

I B
TUJB Assy

SCRB Assy

1

Insulation sheet IC1001 MAIN Assy

D H

DVJB Assy

E

DRIVE Assy R6

G

POWER SUPPLY Unit

C
Note: This photograph shows other models. However, the work method is the same.
F

FRJB Assy

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6

7

8

7 DRIVE Assy R6 (DVD-R/RW WRITER)

1 2

Remove the four aluminium tape. Remove the four screws.

5
DRIVE Assy R6

Remove the bonnet.
A

5
Bonnet

1 2 1 2

2 1 2

1

B

6

Remove the clamper holder by removing the four screws. Clamper holder

6 6 3 4
Remove the one screw. Remove the front bezel by removing the two hooks.

6 6

C

4
Hook

4
Hook

7 3

D

Clean the pickup lens.

7

Pickup lens

E

4
Front bezel

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

95

1

2

3

4

7.2 IC
• The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
A

List of IC
PD5947A8, RS5C372A, LC75342M, AK5381VT, PST3428U, PST3809U, NJM2880U1-33, M65672WG-C, UPD72852AGB-8EU, UPD72893AGD-LML, TDA9818TS, LA73026AV

PD5947A8 (TUJB ASSY : IC2001)
• TUFL Microcomputer Pin Function
No.
1 2
B

Pin Name
P95/ANEX0/CLK4 P94/DA1/TB4in P93/DA0/TB3in P92/TB2in/Sout3 P91/TB1in/Sin3 P90/TB0in/CLK3 BYTE CNVss P87/XCin P86/XCout -RESET Xout Vss Xin Vcc P85/-NMI P84/-INT2 P83/-INT1 P82/-INT0 P81/TA4in P80/TA4out P77/TA3in P76/TA3out P75/TA2in P74/TA2out P73/-CTS2/-RTS2/TA1in P72/CLK2/TA1out

Signal Name
FLCLK SYNC AVLINKIN IR J_CLOCK SYNCAFT BYTE PGM NC NC XRESETIN XOUT GND XIN VCC NMI JOGA SLICEONFB XINTRA NC NC NC FANPWM JOGB NC IICRST AVLINKOUT

I/O
O I I I I I I I (O) (O) I I − I − I I I I (O) (O) (O) O I (O) O O I/O I/O − O O O − I I O O I (O) Slicer operating signal Mode switch FAN power control Phase VOL input Phase VOL input u-Con Reset Communication line C-Sync of input video C-Sync of input video Input line of NexTViewLink

Function
FL Driver communication line CLK

Active
− ↑ − − ↑

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Pulse input of remote control

− −

C

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

↓ ↑↓ ↑? ↓ − − − H ↑↓ − Reset output to I2C microcomputer Output line of NextViewLink I2C communication (clock) I2C communication (data) L H − −

Feedback from SLICEON pin Alarm/interval interruption

D

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

P71/RxD2/SCL/TA0in/TB5in SCL P70/TxD2/SDA/TA0out Vss2 LP2 LP3 LP4 Vdd2 M2 M1 P11/SLICEON P67/TxD1 P66/RxD1 P65/CLK1 SDA GND LP2 LP3 LP4 VDD2 M2 M1 SLICEON TXD RXD SCLK

E

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

H? − − −

Communication line for firmware download/monitor Communication line for firmware download/monitor Communication line for firmware download/monitor

F

40

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8

No.
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Pin Name
P64/-CTS1/-RTS1/CLKS1 P63/TxD0 P62/RxD0 P61/CLK0 P60/-CTS0/-RTS0 P57/-RDY/CLKout P56/ALE P55/-HOLD P54/-HLDA P53/BCLK P52/-RD P51/-WRH/-BHE P50/-WRL/-WR P47/-CS3 P46/-CS2 P45/-CS1 P44/-CS0 P43/A19 P42/A18 P41/A17 P40/A16 P37/A15 P36/A14 P35/A13 P34/A12 P33/A11 P32/A10 P31/A9 Vcc P30/A8 Vss P27/A7 P26/A6 P25/A5 P24/A4 P23/A3 P22/A2 P21/A1 P20/A0 P17/D15/-INT5

Signal Name
BUSY SSTTOM SSMTOT SCK HSTTOM DLCONT WRT SDAEEP SCLEEP VOLCE VOLDATA VOLCLK DLCE S1 LET SQU BLANK XTHROU NC SEL1 SWVION SWSTBY BS15ON BS15SRT SCTHRU BS15IN SDET3 SDET2 VCC SDET1 GND SELV1 SELV2 SELV3 YVSEL P_SAVEBS FOMO M1ONTA P_CONT NC

I/O
O O I I O O O I/O O O O O I O O O I O (O) O O O O I O I I I − I − O O O O O O O O (O) System Power ON Parallel control Parallel control Parallel control Letterbox signal add Squeeze signal add BLANK signal input

Function
Communication line for firmware download/monitor SYS controller communication line (Tuner → Main) SYS controller communication line (Main → Tuner) SYS controller communication line (clock) Tuner → SYS handshake Voltage supply SW of FLASH-ROM writing Write signal SDA line for EEPROM SCL line for EEPROM Communication line CE Communication line DATA Communication line CLK Signal for serial I/O mode selection

Active
− − − ↑ L L H − − H − − −
B A

H − − L − − H H
C

Through control of SCART1/2

Parallel control (for audio switch) Independent source SW for video I/O output circuit Standby mode of video input selector

SCART loop through control during power OFF

L

S terminal detection of Video input 3 S terminal detection of Video input 2

L L
D

S terminal detection of Video input 1

L − − − − H − − H −
E

CVBS/YC switch of Video input selector RF through output switch

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

97

1

2

3

4

No.
A

Pin Name
P16/D14/-INT4 P15/D13/-INT3 P14/D12 P13/D11 P12/D10 P11/D9 P10/D8 P07/D7 P06/D6 P05/D5 P04/D4 P03/D3 P02/D2 P01/D1 P00/D0 P107/AN7/-KI3 P106/AN6/-KI2 P105/AN5/-KI1 P104/AN4/-KI0

Signal Name
HSMTOT DCTRI MUTE SU/SAPID ST/STID XRESET LDASH STBYQ LM/ I/BG XP_SAVE TUON YCSW RSTCTL FLPON MODEL1 MODEL2 AGC FUNC KEY2 KEY1 C/N GND AFT VREF AVCC FLSTB VDD1 SYNCTEXT SLICE GND VDD3 CVIN1 GND FSCIN FLDATA

I/O
I I O I I O O O O O O O O O O System Reset output SYS → Tuner handshake

Function
Change detection of audio condition MUTE control

Active
↓ ↑ H

81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

L H L H H L H

ColorSystem distinction signal EU multiplex decoder standby mode ColorSystem distinction signal ColorSystem distinction signal Power save control (SCART) Tuner power

B

90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98

Reset signal mask from the system controller FL Driver Power ON

L H − − − − − − − −

A/D IN Input for destination judgment A/D IN Input for destination judgment A/D IN Field intensity detection A/D IN Function signal input A/D IN Main unit key input A/D IN Main unit key input A/D IN − A/D IN AFT voltage input − − O − I I − − I − I O Fsc input Communication line data of FL driver Video input for teletext Video input for sync. sep. Slice level input Communication line strobe of FL driver

C

99

100 P103/AN3 101 P102/AN2 102 P101/AN1 103 Avss 104 P100/AN0 105 VREF 106 AVcc 107 P97/-ADTRG/Sin4 108 Vdd1
D

L

109 SYNCIN 110 SVREF 111 Vss1 112 Vdd3 113 CVIN1 114 Vss3 115 FSCIN 116 P96/ANEX1/Sout4

E

F

98
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

RS5C372A (TUJB ASSY : IC2271)
• Real Time Clock IC Block Diagram
Comparator_A 32kHz Output Control OSCIN 7 OSC OSCOUT 6 OSC Detect /INTRA 5 Interrupt Control /INTRB 1 Shift Resister Address Decoder Address Resister I/O Control 3 SDA 2 SCL Driver Correction DIV Time Counter (SEC, MIN, HOUR, WEEK, DAY, MONTH, YEAR) 4 VSS Alarm_A Register (WEEK, MIN, HOUR) Alarm_B Register (WEEK, MIN, HOUR) 8 VDD

A

Comparator_B

B

Pin Function
No.
1

Pin Name
/INTRB

I/O
O

Function
Interruption output B The output of 32.768kHz (in 32768Hz crystal use), cycled interrupt for CPU, or output alarm interrupt (ALARM_B). This pin output 32.768kHz when activated power from 0V. Nch open drain output. Shift clock input Synchronize with this clock, and input and output data from a SDA terminal. Exceed VDD, and can input to 6V. Serial input and output Synchronize with SCL, and input and output writing data or readout data. Exceed VDD, and can input to 6V. Nch open drain output in the output. Ground pin Interruption output A Cycled interrupt for CPU, or output alarm interruption (ALARM_A, ALARM_B). This pin becomes an OFF state when activated power from 0V. N ch open drain output. Oscillation circuit output Oscillation circuit input Positive supply input Connect a crystal resonator of 32.768kHz or 32.000kHz between OSCIN and OSCOUT, and constitute oscillation circuit. (component parts of oscillation circuit except crystal resonator have it built-in.)

C

2

SCL

I

3 4 5 6 7 8

SDA VSS /INTRA OSCOUT OSCIN VDD

I/O − O O I −

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

99

1

2

3

4

LC75342M (TUJB ASSY : IC2801)
• Electric Volume IC
A
LBASS1 LBASS2

Block Diagram
LSELO LTRE LIN

10

9

8

7

8

L4 11 L3 12 L2 13

LOUT 5

4 TEST Control Circuit Logic Circuit Control Circuit CCB Interface LVref 3 VSS 2 CE 1 DI 30 CL 29 VDD RVref 28 Vref

B

L1 14 NC 15 NC 16 R1 17 R2 18 R3 19 R4 20

27 NC

21 RSELO

22 RIN

23 RTRE

24 RBASS1

25 RBASS2

26 ROUT

C

Pin Function
No.
1

Pin Name
DI

Function
Serial data input for control Chip enable pin Data are written in the internal latch by a timing of "H" → "L", and each analog switch works. Data transfer is enabled by "H" level. Ground pin Pin for electronic volume test Set to VSS electric potential. Volume and equalizer output pin Capacitor and resistor connection pins for bus bandpass filter Capacitor connection pin for treble bandpass filter Volume and equalizer input pin Input selector output pin

No.
16

Pin Name
NC Not connected

Function

2
D

CE

17

R1

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

VSS TEST LOUT LBASS2 LBASS1 LTRE LIN LSELO L4 L3 L2 L1 NC

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

R2 R3 R4 RSELO RIN RTRE RBASS1 RBASS2 ROUT NC Vref VDD CL

Input signal pin

Input selector output pin Volume and equalizer input pin Capacitor connection pin for treble bandpass filter Capacitor and resistor connection pins for bus bandpass filter Volume and equalizer output pin Not connected 0.5XVDD voltage generation block Power supply pin Clock input pin for control

E

Input signal pins

28 29

Not connected

30

F

100
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

AK5381VT (MAIN ASSY : IC3101)
• 96kHz 24 bit ∆∑ ADC Pin Arrangement (Top view) Block Diagram
VA 6 AINR AINL CKS1 VCOM AGND VA VD DGNS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 CKS0 CKS2 DIF PDN SCLK MCLK LRCK SDTO AINR 1 AINL 2 ∆∑ Modulator ∆∑ Modulator Voltage Reference 15 CKS2 3 CKS1 16 CKS0 13 PDN Decimation Filter Decimation Filter Serial I/O Interface 14 DIF Clock Divider 10 LRCK AGND 5 VD 7 DGND 8 MCLK 11

A

12 SCLK

VCOM 4

9 SDTO

B

Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Pin Name
AINR AINL CKS1 VCOM AGND VA VD DGND SDTO LRCK MCLK SCLK PDN DIF CKS2 CKS0

I/O
I I I O − − − − O I/O I I/O I I I I R ch analog input L ch analog input Mode select 1

Function
C

Common voltage output, bias voltage of VA/2 and ADC input Analog ground Analog power supply, 4.5V to 5.5V Digital power supply, 2.7 to 5.5V (fs = 4k to 48kHz), 3.0 to 5.5V (fs = 48k to 96kHz) Digital ground Audio serial data output, outputs "L" in the power down mode. Channel clock I/O, outputs "L" by master mode in the power down mode. Master clock input Audio serial data clock, outputs "L" by master mode in the power down mode. Power down mode "H": power up, "L": power down
D

Audio interface format, "H" : 24 bit I2S compatibility, "L" : 24 bit MSB justify Mode select 2 Mode select 0

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

101

1

2

3

4

PST3428U (MAIN ASSY : IC4003)
• Reset IC
A

Pin Arrangement (Top view)
VOUT 1 4 VSS

Block Diagram

VDD 2 1 VOUT

VDD

2

3

NC Vref

VSS 4

B

Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4
C

Pin Name
VOUT VDD NC VSS Reset signal output Power supply / voltage detection Not connected VSS

Function

PST3809U (MAIN ASSY : IC4005)
• Reset IC
D

Pin Arrangement (Top view)
OUT 1 4 GND

Block Diagram

VDD 2 1 OUT

VDD

2

3

NC Vref

GND 4

E

Pin Function
No.
1 2 3 4
F

Pin Name
OUT VDD NC GND Reset signal output Power supply / voltage detection Not connected Ground

Function

102
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

NJM2880U1-33 (MAIN ASSY : IC4007)
• Regulator IC
A

Pin Arrangement (Top view)
5 4 1 : CONTROL (Active High) 2 : GND 3 : NOISE BYPASS 4 : VOUT 5 : VIN

B

1

2

3

C

Block Diagram

VIN

5

4 VOUT

D

CONTROL

1

Thermal Protection

3 NOISE BYPASS

Bandgap Reference

E

GND

2

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

103

1

2

3

4

M65672WG-C (MAIN ASSY : IC1001)
• Signal Processing IC for DVD Recorder
A

Pin Arrangement (Top view)
A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 F G H J K L M N P R T U V W Y AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH

B

C

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

D

27 28

I/O buffer list
Buffer Name
PDIDGZ PDUDGZ PDDDGZ
E

Main Function
Input buffer (5V tolerant) Input buffer (5V tolerant), pull-up Input buffer (5V tolerant), pull-down Output buffer, 4mA Output buffer, 8mA Output buffer, 2/4mA Output buffer, 4/6mA Output buffer, 8/12mA 3 state output buffer, 2/4mA Bidirectional buffer, 4mA Bidirectional buffer, 8mA Bidirectional buffer, 2/4mA Bidirectional buffer, 4/6mA

Remarks

PDO04CDG PDO08CDG PDO0204DGZ PDO0406DSGZ PDO0406DSGZ×2 PDT0204DGZ PDB04DGZ PDB08DGZ PDB0204DGZ PDB0406DSGZ

For SDRAM IF For SDRAM IF

For SDRAM IF

F

104
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

Pin Name list

5

A
EDATA[20] EDATA[21] EDATA[26] EDATA[27] EDATA[3] GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD2 VDD GND VDD3 VDD SPDIFI ACMOD[1] ADATAI DVDADT[7] ADATAO DVDADT[2] DVDAADR[1] SCICS[0] SCICLK[0] DDATA[0] DVDADT[6] DVDADT[0] SCICS[1] SCICLK[1] SPICLK DVDADT[5] DVDADT[1] DVDAACK VDD SPIDATAI DDATA[15] DDATA[2] DDATA[1] LRCKO DVDADT[3] DVDAREQ SCIDATA[1] SPICS DDATA[14] ACMOD[0] BCKO DVDADT[4] DVDAADR[0] SCIDATA[0] SPIDATAO VDD3 GND VDD VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 DDATA[11] DDATA[12] DDATA[13] DDATA[3] DDATA[4] VDD DDATA[8] DDATA[9] DDATA[10] DDATA[6] DDATA[5] GND DCLKO DDQM[1] DWE DDQM[0] DDATA[7] VDD3 DADRS[9] DADRS[11] DCS DRAS DCAS VDD DADRS[8] DADRS[7] DADRS[10] DBS[1] DBS[0] GND INT[7] DADRS[6] DADRS[5] DADRS[1] DADRS[0] VDD3 INT[1] INT[6] DADRS[4] DADRS[2] DADRS[3] VDD CTS[2] INT[2] INT[3] INT[4] INT[5] GND RTS[0] CTS[1] SCLK[0] SCLK[1] INT[0] VDD3 TX[3] RX[3] CTS[0] RTS[3] CTS[3] GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD2 VDD GND VDD2 VDD EADRS[5] EADRS[7] EADRS[9] ECLKO EDATA[10] EDATA[12] EDATA[14] EDATA[15] AVSSAD8 DVDDAD10 VRTD10 TSCLK EDATA28] EDATA[31] EADRS[4] EADRS[6] EADRS[8] ECLKEN EDATA[9] EDATA[11] EDATA[13] DVDDAD8 AVDDAD8 AVSSAD8 VRB10 AVSSAD10 TSRW EDATA[29] EDATA[30] EADRS[2] EADRS[10] EADRS[11] ECAS EDATA[8] EDATA[5] EDATA[2] DVSSAD8 CRIN CIN VRBD10 VRT10 NBC10 SYNC EDATA[19] EDATA[17] EADRS[1] EBS[1] ECS EWE EDATA[7] EDATA[4] EDATA[1] AVSSAD8 GIN VRT8 DVSSAD10 CVBSIN VBGR10 STREAM EDATA[18] EDATA[16] EADRS[0] EBS[0] ERAS EDQM EDATA[6] EDATA[3] EDATA[0] AVDDAD8 BG8 VRB8 AVDDAD8 VRM10 AVDDAD10 PACKETEN WM2DTO[2] VDD

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

J

K

L

M

N

P

R

T

U

V

W

Y

AA

AB

AC
WMCLKO

AD
WM1DTO[4]

AE
WM1DTI[1] WM1DTI[4] WM1DTI[2] WM1DTI[7]

AF
WM1DTI[3] PEDCTL ACCCTL

AG
HKEYPLS

AH
VDD REC656O[1] REC656O[3] REC656O[2] AVDD2DA10

VDD

EDATA[23]

EDATA[22]

AT1DATA[12]

EDATA[24]

EDATA[25]

WM2DTQ[4] WM2DTO[6] WM1DTO[1] WM1DTO[6] WM2DTO[3] WM1DTO[0] WM1DTO[5] WM1DTI[0]

AT1DATA[8] AT1DATA[13] AT1DATA[15]

AT1DATA[7]

AT1DATA[6] AT1DATA[14]

WM2DTO[0] WM2DTO[7] WM1DTO[2]

WM1DTI[6] WM1DTI[5] REC656O[0]

AGCCTL COUT

REC656O[5] IREF[1]

YOUT ROUT

AVSS2DA10 AVDD1DA10

AT1DATA[2] AT1DATA[3] AT1RESET AT1IORDY AT1DMARQ AT1DATA4] AT1DATA[9]

AT1DATA[1]

AT1DATA[5] AT1DATA[10] AT1DATA[14]

WM2DTO[1] WM2DTO[4] WM1DTO[3] WM2DTC[1] GND VDD3

AT1DIOW

AT1DMACK

AT1DATA[0]

VDD VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD GND VDD3 VDD VDD VDD3 GND VDD VDD3 GND VDD VDD3 VDD HWAIT TX[2] RX[2] RTS[2] RTS[1]

REC656O[4] AVDD1DA10 IREF[0] GOUT DVVIDEO[2] R656CLKI

BOUT

DVACK

DVREQ AVSS1DA10 REC656O[6] DVVIDEO[0] DVVIDEO[1] REC656O[7] DVVIDEO[3] DVVIDEO[4] ADMCLKI PLL2AVDD DVVIDEO[5] REC656I[0] DVVIDEO[6] REC656I[3] REC656I[5] TCK VIPWM TESTMOD[6] HADRS[28] HADRS[27] HADRS[15] HDCS[1] HDATA[7] HDATA[6] HADRS[9] HADRS[10] HCS[5] HDACK[0] TX[1] RX[1] RX[0] PXCLK TDI CSYNC VDD HADRS[29] HADRS[19] HADRS[16] HDCS[0] HDWE HDATA[5] HDATA[2] HDATA[1] HADRS[11] VDD HDREQ[0] HDACK[1] TX[0] REC656I[4] DVVCLKO TDO DVVCLKI REC656I[1] REC656I[6] PLLRST TMS PLL2AVSS DVVIDEO[7] REC656I[2] REC656I[7] TRST PLLON TESTMOD[0] TESTMOD[1] TESTMOD[2] TESTMOD[5] TESTMOD[4] TESTMOD[3] HADRS[24] HADRS[18] HADRS[17] HCAS DQMWS[0] HDATA[4] HDATA[3] HDATA[0] HADRS[12] HCS[0] HCS[3] HOE HDREQ[1] HADRS[25] HADRS[23] HADRS[20] HRAS DQMWS[1] HDATA[8] HDATA11] HDATA[12] HDATA[15] HADRS[13] HCS[2] HCS[4] NC HADRS[26] HADRS[22] HADRS[21] HCLKEN HCLKO HDATA[9] HDATA[10] HDATA[13] HDATA[14] HADRS[14] HADRS[30] HCS[1] NC

AT1ADR[1]

AT1INTRQ

AT1DIOR

6
AT2DATA[5] AT2DATA[0] AT2DIOR AT2ADR[0] TRACE VMCLK DVAMCLKO ARDATA[1] ARDATA[3] ARDATA[6] ARDQM[0] ARRAS ARCS[1] ARCAS ARDATA[7] ARDATA[5] ARDATA[2] ARDATA[0] DVAMCLKI PLL1AVDD VDD AT2ADR[1] AT2DMACK AT2DATA[3] AT2DATA[9] ARADRS[0] ARADRS[10] SRCBCKI SRCLRCKO SPDIFO DVADATA LRCKI BCKI DVBCK SRCDATAO

6

AT1CS[0]

AT1CS[1]

AT1ADR[0]

AT2DATA[11] AT2DATA[12] AT1DATA[13] AT2DATA[14] AT1ADR[2]

AT2DATA[6]

AT2DATA[7]

AT2DATA[8] AT2DATA[10] AT2DATA[15]

AT2DATA[1]

AT2DATA[2]

AT2DATA[4]

AT2DIOW

AT2DMARQ

AT2RESET

AT2ADR[2]

AT2INTRQ

AT2IORDY

AT2MODE

AT2CS[0]

AT2CS[1]

RESET

VDD

DBI

PCO

PLL3AVSS

PLL3AVDD

PLL1AVSS

ADCCLKO

VDD

DVR-3100-S
D E F G H J K L M N P R T U
E D C

DACCLKO

AMCLK1

AMCLK2

ARDATA[14] ARDATA[15]

ARDATA[4]

ARDATA[11] ARDATA[12] ARDATA[13]

ARDATA[10]

ARDATA[9]

ARWE

ARDATA[8]

ARDQM[1]

ARCS[0]

7

7

ARCLKO

ARADRS[12] ARADRS[13] ARADRS[14]

ARADRS[11] ARADRS[9]

ARADRS[1]

ARADRS[8]

ARADRS[3]

ARADRS[2]

ARADRS[7]

ARADRS[6]

SRCLRCKI

ARADRS[5]

ARADRS[4]

SRCBCKO

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 V W Y AA AB

VDD

SRCDATAI

DVLRCK

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 AC AD AE AF AG AH

A

B

C

VDD VDD3 GND

: 1.2V Power supply : 3.3V Power supply : Ground

8

8 A B

105

F

1

2

3

4

Pin Function
No.
A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

BALL Address
VDD3 GND VDD AH28 AF26 AF27 AG28 GND AE26 AD25 AC24 AE27 AF28 AD26 AE28 AC25 AB24 VDD GND AD27 AC26 AD28 AA24 AB25 VDD AC27 GND AC28 VDD3 AB26 AA25 AB27 AB28 Y24 AA27 AA26 AA28 W24 GND Y25 GND Y26 Y27 Y28 VDD3 W25 GND V24 VDD3 W26 W27 W28 V25 V27 U24

Pin Name
VDD3 GND VDD VDD ACCCTL PEDCTL HKEYPLS GND WM1DTI[7] WM1DTI[6] WM1DTI[5] WM1DTI[4] WM1DTI[3] WM1DTI[2] WM1DTI[1] WM1DTI[0] WM1DTO[7] VDD GND WM1DTO[6] WM1DTO[5] WM1DTO[4] WM1DTO[3] WM1DTO[2] VDD WM1DTO[1] GND WMCLKO VDD3 WM1DTO[0] WM2DTO[7] WM2DTO[6] VDD WM2DTO[5] WM2DTO[4] WM2DTO[3] WM2DTO[2] WM2DTO[1] GND WM2DTO[0] GND SYNC STREAM PACKETEN VDD3 TSRW GND TSCLK VDD3 NBC10 VBGR10 AVDDAD10 AVSSAD10 CVBSIN VRTD10

I/O
− − − − O O O − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I/O − O − I/O O O − O O O O O − O − I/O I/O I/O − O − O − − − − − I −

Function
3.3V I/O power supply Ground 1.2V LOGIC power supply 1.2V LOGIC power supply VIDEO-Analog, Output buffer VIDEO-Analog, Output buffer Ground WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply Ground WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer Ground WM/VWM, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply WM/VWM, Bidirectional buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply WM/VWM, Output buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer WM/VWM, Output buffer Ground WM/VWM, Output buffer Ground TS OUT, Bidirectional buffer TS OUT,Bidirectional buffer TS OUT,Bidirectional buffer 3.3V IO power supply TS OUT,Output buffer Ground TS OUT,Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

No.
56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

BALL Address
V26 V28 U25 U26 U27 T24 GND VDD U28 T25 T26 T27 T28 R25 R24 R26 R28 P28 P27 R27 P26 P25 GND P24 VDD3 N28 N27 N26 VDD N25 GND M28 GND N24 M27 M26 VDD3 M25 L28 L27 VDD M24 GND L26

Pin Name
VRT10 VRM10 VRB10 VRBD10 DVSSAD10 DVDDAD10 GND VDD AVDDAD8 AVSSAD8 CIN VRT8 VRB8 AVDDAD8 AVSSAD8 CRIN BG8 AVDDAD8 AVSSAD8 GIN DVSSAD8 DVDDAD8 GND EDATA[15] VDD3 EDATA[0] EDATA[1] EDATA[2] VDD EDATA[13] GND EDATA[3] GND EDATA[14] EDATA[4] EDATA[5] VDD3 EDATA[11] EDATA[6] EDATA[7] VDD EDATA[12] GND EDATA[8] GND EDATA[9] EDQM EWE VDD3 ECAS EDATA[10] ECLKEN VDD ERAS GND

I/O
− − − − − − − − − − I − − − − I − − − I − − − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O O O − O I/O O − O − Ground Ground

Function
VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

1.2V LOGIC power supply

VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

B

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

VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

VIDEO-Analog

C

SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Output buffer, 4/6mA 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground

D

35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

100 GND 101 L25 102 K28 103 K27 104 VDD3 105 K26 106 L24 107 K25 108 VDD

E

VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

109 J28 110 GND

F

106
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
ECS GND EADRS[11] EADRS[8] GND ECLKO VDD3 EBS[0] EBS[1] EADRS[10] VDD EADRS[0] GND EADRS[9] GND EADRS[1] EADRS[6] EADRS[2] VDD3 EDATA[17] EDATA[16] EADRS[7] VDD EADRS[4] GND EDATA[30] GND EDATA[19] EDATA[18] EDATA[31] VDD3 EDATA[29] EADRS[5] EDATA[20] VDD EDATA[21] GND EDATA[22] GND EADRS[3] EDATA[28] EDATA[26] VDD3 EDATA[23] EDATA[25] EDATA24] VDD EDATA[27] GND AT1DATA[15] AT1DATA[14] GND VDD AT1DATA[13] AT1DATA[12]

I/O
O − O O − O − O O O − O − O − O O O − I/O I/O O − O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O O I/O − I/O − I/O − O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O I/O − − I/O I/O

Function
SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM ENC, Output buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM ENC, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer Ground 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
VDD3 AT1DATA[11] AT1DATA[10] AT1DATA[9] GND AT1DATA[8] AT1DATA[7] AT1DATA[6] GND AT1DATA[5] VDD3 AT1DATA[4] VDD AT1DATA[3] AT1DATA[2] AT1DATA[1] GND AT1DATA[0] AT1RESET AT1DMARQ GND AT1DMACK VDD3 AT1DIOW VDD AT1DIOR AT1IORDY AT1INTRQ GND AT1ADR[2] AT1ADR[1] AT1ADR[0] GND AT1CS[1] VDD3 AT1CS[0] VDD AT2DATA[15] AT2DATA[14] AT2DATA[13] GND AT2DATA[12] AT2DATA[11] AT2DATA[10] GND AT2DATA[9] VDD3 AT2DATA[8] VDD AT2DATA[7] AT2DATA[6] AT2DATA[5] GND AT2DATA[4] AT2DATA[3]

I/O
− I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O O I − O − O − O I I − O O O − O − O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O

Function
3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Bidirectional buffer Output buffer,8mA ATAPI-DVD, Input buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer ATAPI-DVD, Input buffer ATAPI-DVD, Input buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer Ground ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-DVD, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, idirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer

111 J27 112 GND 113 J26 114 J25 115 GND 116 K24 117 VDD3 118 H28 119 H27 120 H26 121 VDD 122 G28 123 GND 124 J24 125 GND 126 G27 127 H25 128 G26 129 VDD3 130 F27 131 F28 132 H24 133 VDD 134 G25 135 GND 136 F26 137 GND 138 E27 139 E28 140 F25 141 VDD3 142 E26 143 G24 144 D28 145 VDD 146 D27 147 GND 148 C28 149 GND 150 F24 151 E25 152 D26 153 VDD3 154 B28 155 C27 156 B27 157 VDD 158 D25 159 GND 160 C26 161 E24 162 GND 163 A28 164 B26 165 A27

166 VDD3 167 C25 168 D24 169 E23 170 GND 171 A26 172 A25 173 B25 174 GND 175 C24 176 VDD3 177 E22 178 VDD 179 D23 180 A24 181 B24 182 GND 183 C23 184 D22 185 E21 186 GND 187 B23 188 VDD3 189 A23 190 VDD 191 C22 192 D21 193 B22 194 GND 195 E20 196 A22 197 C21 198 GND 199 B21 200 VDD3 201 A21 202 VDD 203 E19 204 D20 205 C20 206 GND 207 B20 208 A20 209 D19 210 GND 211 E18 212 VDD3 213 C19 214 VDD 215 B19 216 A19 217 D18 218 GND 219 C18 220 E17

A

B

C

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

107

1

2

3

4

No.
A

BALL Address

Pin Name
AT2DATA[2] GND AT2DATA[1] VDD3 AT2DATA[0] VDD AT2RESET AT2DMARQ AT2DMACK GND AT2DIOW AT2DIOR AT2IORDY GND AT2INTRQ VDD3 AT2ADR[2] VDD AT2ADR[1] GND AT2ADR[0] VDD AT2CS[1] GND AT2CS[0] VDD AT2MODE GND GND RESET VDD3 VDD DBI GND TRACE VDD PCO GND PLL3AVSS PLL3AVDD VMCLK PLL1AVDD PLL1AVSS VDD3 ADCCLKO GND VDD VDD3 DVAMCLKO GND DACCLKO VDD3 DVAMCLKI GND AMCLK1

I/O
I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I O − O O I − I − I/O − I/O − I/O − O − O − I − − I − − I − I − O − − − I − − − O − − − O − O − I − I

Function
ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer ATAPI-HDD, Input buffer ATAPI-HDD, Output buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Output buffer ATAPI-HDD, Output buffer ATAPI-HDD, Input buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Input buffer 3.3V I/O power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Output buffer Ground ATAPI-HDD, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply ATAPI-HDD, Input buffer Ground Ground Input buffer (5V tolerant) 3.3V I/O power supply 1.2V LOGIC power supply TEST, Input buffer Ground TEST, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply CLOCK, 3 state output buffer Ground

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
VDD3 AMCLK2 GND ARDATA[1] VDD3 ARDATA[14] VDD ARDATA[15] ARDATA[0] ARDATA[4] GND ARDATA[3] ARDATA[11] ARDATA[12] GND ARDATA[13] ARDATA[2] ARDATA[6] VDD3 ARDATA[10] ARDATA[9] ARWE VDD ARDATA[8] ARDATA[5] ARDQM[0] GND ARDQM[1] ARCS[0] VDD3 ARCLKO GND ARADRS[12] ARDATA[7] ARRAS VDD3 ARADRS[11] ARADRS[13] ARADRS[9] VDD ARCAS ARADRS[14] ARADRS[1] GND ARADRS[3] ARADRS[8] ARADRS[7] GND ARCS[1] ARADRS[0] ARADRS[2] VDD3 ARADRS[5] ARADRS[6] ARADRS[4]

I/O
− I − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O O − I/O I/O O − O O − O − O I/O O − O O O − O O O − O O O − O O O − O O O

Function
3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Input buffer Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer

221 B18 222 GND 223 A18 224 VDD3 225 D17 226 VDD 227 C17 228 B17 229 E16 230 GND 231 A17

276 VDD3 277 C11 278 GND 279 D11 280 VDD3 281 A10 282 VDD 283 B10 284 E11 285 C10 286 GND 287 D10 288 A9 289 B9 290 GND 291 C9 292 E10 293 D9 294 VDD3 295 A8 296 B8 297 C8 298 VDD 299 A7 300 E9 301 D8 302 GND 303 B7 304 C7 305 VDD3 306 A6 307 GND 308 B6 309 E8 310 D7 311 VDD3 312 A5 313 C6 314 B5 315 VDD

3.3V I/O power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer

1.2V LOGIC power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer

B

232 D16 233 C16 234 GND 235 B16 236 VDD3 237 A16 238 VDD 239 E15 240 GND 241 D15 242 VDD 243 C15 244 GND 245 B15 246 VDD 247 A15 248 GND 249 GND 250 A14 251 VDD3 252 B14 253 C14 254 GND

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer

3.3V I/O power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

C

1.2V LOGIC power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

3.3V I/O power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

D

255 D14 256 E14 257 A13 258 GND 259 B13 260 C13 261 D13 262 E13 263 A12 264 VDD3 265 B12 266 GND 267 C12 268 VDD3 269 D12 270 GND 271 A11 272 VDD3 273 E12 274 GND 275 B11

3.3V I/O power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

1.2V LOGIC power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

CLOCK, Input buffer

316 E7 317 D6 318 C5

3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Output buffer Ground 1.2V LOGIC power supply 3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Output buffer Ground CLOCK, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply AUDIO CLOCK, Input buffer Ground CLOCK, Input buffer

319 GND 320 B4 321 A4 322 A3 323 GND 324 E6 325 D5 326 C4 327 VDD3 328 A2 329 B3 330 B2

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

E

Ground
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

3.3V I/O power supply
SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer SDRAM-ATAPI , Output buffer

F

108
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
GND ARADRS[10] SRCBCKI VDD3 SRCLRCKI SRCDATAI VDD GND SRCBCKO VDD SRCLRCKO SRCDATAO SPDIFI SPDIFO DVLRCK DVBCK DVADATA ACMOD[1] ACMOD[0] LRCKI BCKI GND ADATAI GND LRCKO VDD BCKO ADATAO DVDADT[7] DVDADT[6] DVDADT[5] DVDADT[4] DVDADT[3] DVDADT[2] DVDADT[1] DVDADT[0] DVDAADR[1] DVDAADR[0] DVDAREQ GND DVDAACK VDD SCICS[1] VDD3 SCICS[0] VDD SCIDATA[1] GND SCIDATA[0] VDD SCICLK[1] GND SCICLK[0] GND SPICS

I/O
− O I − I I − − O − O O I O I/O I/O I/O I I I I − I − O − O O O O O O O O O O O O I/O − O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O Ground

Function

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
VDD GND SPIDATAI VDD SPIDATAO GND SPICLK GND DDATA[0] VDD3 DDATA[14] DDATA[15] DDATA[2] VDD DDATA[11] GND DDATA[1] GND DDATA[12] DDATA[13] DDATA[3] VDD3 DDATA[4] DDATA[8] DDATA[9] VDD DDATA[10] GND DDATA[6] GND DDATA[5] DDATA[7] DDQM[0] VDD3 DWE VDD DDQM[1] GND DCLKO VDD3 VDD DCAS GND DRAS GND DCS DADRS[11] DBS[0] VDD3 DADRS[9] DBS[1] DADRS[10] VDD DADRS[7] GND

I/O
− − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O O − O − O − O − − O − − − O O O − O O O − O −

Function
1.2V LOGIC power supply Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Bidirectional buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground

331 GND 332 E5 333 D4 334 VDD3 335 C3 336 B1 337 A1 338 GND 339 C2 340 VDD 341 D3 342 E4 343 F5 344 D2 345 C1 346 E3 347 D1 348 F4 349 G5 350 E1 351 E2 352 GND 353 F3 354 GND 355 G4 356 VDD 357 H5 358 F1 359 F2 360 G2 361 G3 362 J5 363 H4 364 G1 365 H3 366 H2 367 H1 368 K5 369 J4 370 GND 371 J3 372 VDD 373 J2 374 VDD3 375 J1 376 VDD 377 K4 378 GND 379 L5 380 K3 381 K2 382 GND 383 K1 384 GND 385 L4

386 VDD 387 GND 388 L3 389 VDD 390 M5 391 GND 392 L2 393 GND 394 L1 395 VDD3 396 M4 397 M3 398 M2 399 VDD 400 N5 401 GND 402 M1 403 GND 404 N4 405 N3 406 N2 407 VDD3 408 N1 409 P5 410 P4 411 VDD 412 P3 413 GND 414 P2 415 GND 416 P1 417 R1 418 R2 419 VDD3 420 R3 421 VDD 422 R4 423 GND 424 R5 425 VDD3 426 VDD 427 T1 428 GND 429 T2 430 GND 431 T3 432 T4 433 U1 434 VDD3 435 T5 436 U2 437 U3 438 VDD 439 U4 440 GND

A

SDRAM-ATAPI, Output buffer

AUDIO, Input buffer 3.3V I/O power supply AUDIO, Input buffer AUDIO, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply Ground AUDIO, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply AUDIO, Output buffer AUDIO, Output buffer AUDIO, Input buffer AUDIO, Output buffer AUDIO, Bidirectional buffer AUDIO, Bidirectional buffer AUDIO, Bidirectional buffer AUDIO, Input buffer AUDIO, Input buffer AUDIO, Input buffer AUDIO, Input buffer Ground AUDIO, Input buffer Ground AUDIO, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer DVD-AUDIO, Bidirectional buffer Ground DVD-AUDIO, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer

B

C

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

109

1

2

3

4

No.
A

BALL Address

Pin Name
DADRS[0] GND DADRS[1] VDD DADRS[8] GND DADRS[5] VDD3 DADRS[6] DADRS[3] DADRS[2] VDD DADRS[4] GND GND GND INT[7] VDD INT[6] INT[5] INT[4] VDD3 INT[3] GND INT[2] VDD INT[1] INT[0] SCLK[1] SCLK[0] CTS[3] GND CTS[2] GND CTS[1] VDD CTS[0] RTS[3] RTS[2] RTS[1] RTS[0] VDD3 RX[3] GND RX[2] VDD RX[1] RX[0] TX[3] TX[2] TX[1] GND TX[0] GND HDACK[1]

I/O
O − O − O − O − O O O − O − − − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I/O − O

Function
SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply SDRAM-DEC, Output buffer Ground Ground Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Output buffer

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
VDD HDACK[0] HDREQ[1] HDREQ[0] HWAIT HOE VDD3 GND VDD HCS[5] HCS[4] HCS[3] HCS[2] HCS[1] GND HCS[0] VDD HADRS[10] GND HADRS[11] HADRS[13] HADRS[30] VDD3 HADRS[12] GND HADRS[14] HDATA[1] HADRS[9] VDD3 HDATA[15] GND HDATA[14] GND HDATA[0] HDATA[6] HDATA[2] VDD3 HDATA[12] VDD HDATA[13] HDATA[11] HDATA[3] GND HDATA[5] GND HDATA[7] HDATA[4] HDATA[10] VDD3 HDATA[8] VDD HDATA[9] HDWE DQMWS[0] GND

I/O
− O I I I O − − − O O O O O − O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O O O −

Function
1.2V LOGIC power supply Output buffer, 4mA HOST, Input buffer HOST, Input buffer HOST, Input buffer HOST, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply Ground 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer Ground HOST, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer Ground

441 V1 442 GND 443 V2 444 VDD 445 U5 446 GND 447 V3 448 VDD3 449 V4 450 W1 451 W2

496 VDD 497 AD4 498 AF1 499 AE3 500 AC5 501 AF2 502 VDD3 503 GND 504 AE4 505 AD5 506 AG2 507 AF3 508 AG3 509 AH2 510 GND 511 AF4 512 VDD 513 AD6 514 GND 515 AE5 516 AG4 517 AH3 518 VDD3 519 AF5 520 GND 521 AH4 522 AE6 523 AD7 524 VDD3 525 AG5 526 GND 527 AH5 528 GND 529 AF6 530 AD8 531 AE7 532 VDD3 533 AG6 534 VDD 535 AH6 536 AG7 537 AF7 538 GND 539 AE8 540 GND 541 AD9 542 AF8 543 AH7 544 VDD3 545 AG8 546 VDD 547 AH8 548 AE9 549 AF9 550 GND

B

452 VDD 453 W3 454 GND 455 GND 456 GND 457 V5 458 VDD 459 W4 460 Y1 461 Y2 462 VDD3 463 Y3 464 GND 465 Y4 466 VDD 467 W5 468 AA1 469 AA2 470 AA3 471 AB1 472 GND 473 Y5 474 GND

C

D

475 AA4 476 VDD 477 AB3 478 AB2 479 AC2 480 AC1 481 AA5 482 VDD3 483 AB4 484 GND 485 AC3 486 VDD 487 AD2 488 AD1 489 AB5 490 AC4 491 AD3 492 GND 493 AE1 494 GND 495 AE2

E

F

110
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
HDCS[1] GND DQMWS[1] VDD3 HCLKO GND HDCS[0] VDD3 HADRS[15] VDD HCAS HRAS HCLKEN GND HADRS[16] GND HADRS[17] HADRS[27] HADRS[20] VDD3 HADRS[21] VDD HADRS[19] HADRS[18] HADRS[23] GND HADRS[28] VDD HADRS[22] GND HADRS[29] VDD HADRS[24] VDD3 HADRS[25] GND HADRS[26] GND GND TESTMOD[6] VDD TESTMOD[5] GND TESTMOD[4] VDD TESTMOD[3] GND TESTMOD[2] VDD TESTMOD[1] GND TESTMOD[0] CSYNC VIPWM PLLON

I/O
O − O − O − O − I/O − O O O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O I/O I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − I/O − − I − I − I − I − I − I − I I O I

Function
HOST, Output buffer Ground HOST, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Output buffer Ground HOST, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer HOST, Output buffer Groud HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground HOST, Bidirectional buffer Ground Ground TEST, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply TEST, Input buffer Ground TEST, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply TEST, Input buffer Ground TEST, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply TEST, Input buffer Ground TEST, Input buffer CLOCK, Input buffer CLOCK, Output buffer TEST, Input buffer

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
TMS GND TDO VDD TDI VDD3 TRST GND TCK VDD3 PLLRST GND DVVCLKO VDD3 PXCLK GND REC656I[7] VDD REC656I[6] GND REC656I[5] REC656I[4] REC656I[3] REC656I[2] REC656I[1] REC656I[0] DVVIDEO[7] DVVIDEO[6] DVVIDEO[5] VDD3 DVVCLKI PLL2AVDD PLL2AVSS R656CLKI GND ADMCLKI VDD3 DVVIDEO[4] DVVIDEO[3] DVVIDEO[2] DVVIDEO[1] DVVIDEO[0] REC656O[7] REC656O[6] VDD DVREQ GND DVACK GND AVSS1DA10 GOUT AVDD1DA10 BOUT AVDD1DA10 ROUT

I/O
I − O − I − I − I − I − O − O − I − I − I I I I I I I/O I/O I/O − I − − I − I − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O − I − O − − O − O − O

Function
TEST, nput buffer Ground TEST, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply TEST, Input buffer 3.3V I/O power supply TEST, Input buffer Ground TEST, Input buffer 3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Input buffer Ground CLOCK, Output buffer 3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Output buffer Ground VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer Ground VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer 3.3V I/O power supply CLOCK, Input buffer

551 AD10 552 GND 553 AG9 554 VDD3 555 AH9 556 GND 557 AE10 558 VDD3 559 AD11 560 VDD 561 AF10 562 AG10 563 AH10 564 GND 565 AE11 566 GND 567 AF11 568 AD12 569 AG11 570 VDD3 571 AH11 572 VDD 573 AE12 574 AF12 575 AG12 576 GND 577 AD13 578 VDD 579 AH12 580 GND 581 AE13 582 VDD 583 AF13 584 VDD3 585 AG13 586 GND 587 AH13 588 GND 589 GND 590 AD14 591 AE14 592 AF14 593 GND 594 AG14 595 VDD 596 AH14 597 GND 598 AH15 599 VDD 600 AG15 601 GND 602 AF15 603 AE15 604 AD15 605 AH16

606 AG16 607 GND 608 AF16 609 VDD 610 AE16 611 VDD3 612 AH17 613 GND 614 AD16 615 VDD3 616 AG17 617 GND 618 AF17 619 VDD3 620 AE17 621 GND 622 AH18 623 VDD 624 AG18 625 GND 626 AD17 627 AF18 628 AE18 629 AH19 630 AG19 631 AF19 632 AH20 633 AD18 634 AE19 635 VDD3 636 AG20 637 AF20 638 AH21 639 AD19 640 GND 641 AE20 642 VDD3 643 AG21 644 AF21 645 AD20 646 AH22 647 AG22 648 AE21 649 AF22 650 VDD 651 AH23 652 GND 653 AG23 654 GND 655 AE22 656 AD21 657 AH24 658 AF23 659 AE23 660 AG24

A

B

C

CLOCK, Input buffer Ground CLOCKl, Input buffer 3.3V I/O power supply VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Bidirectional buffer VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer 1.2V LOGIC power supply VIDEO-Digital, Input buffer Ground VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer Ground VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

111

1

2

3

4

No.
A

BALL Address

Pin Name
IREF[0] IREF[1] YOUT AVSS2DA10 COUT AVDD2DA10 GND REC656O[5]

I/O
− − O − O − − O Ground

Function
VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog VIDEO-Analog

No.

BALL Address

Pin Name
REC656O[4] REC656O[3] REC656O[2] REC656O[1] GND REC656O[0] AGCCTL

I/O
O O O O − O O

Function
VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer Ground VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer VIDEO-Analog

661 AD22 662 AF24 663 AG25 664 AH25 665 AE24 666 AH26 667 GND 668 AF25

669 AD23 670 AH27 671 AG26 672 AG27 673 GND 674 AD24 675 AE25

VIDEO-Digital, Output buffer

B

Others
BALL Address
AA23 AA6 AC12 AC17 AC20 AC9

Pin Name
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

BALL Address
P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R23 R6 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 T17 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16 U17 V23 V6

Pin Name
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

BALL Address
AC11 AC14 AC6 AC8 L6 AC11 AC14 AC6 AC8 L6 P6 U6 Y6 F12 F6 F9 J6 AC15 AC18 AC21 AC23 F15 F18 F21 H23 L23 P23 U23 Y23

Pin Name
VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD

BALL Address
AB23 AB6 AC10 AC13 AC16 AC19 AC22 AC7 F10 F13 F16 F19 F22 F7 G23 G6 K23 K6 N23 N6 T23 T6 W23 W6

Pin Name
VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3 VDD3

C

F11 F14 F17 F20 F23 F8 H6 J23 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M23 M6 N12 N13 N14 N15 N16 N17

D

E

F

112
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

UPD72852AGB-8EU (MAIN ASSY : IC5101)
• IEEE1394 Physical IC Pin Arrangement
SPD/BDB RESETB DIRECT IC (AL) DGND DGND AGND AGND AGND FNSel LREQ LKON DVDD DVDD AVDD LPS

A

64

63

62

61

60

59

58

57

56

55

54

53

52

51

50

DGND SCLK IC (DL) DVDD CTL0 CTL1 DGND D0 D1 DVDD D2 D3 DGND D4 D5 DGND

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

49

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

TpBias1 AVDD TpA1p TpA1n TpB1p TpB1n AGND TpBias0 AVDD TpA0p TpA0n TpB0p TpB0n AGND RI1 AGND

B

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

SUS/RES

IC (AL)

DGND

DVDD

AVDD

XO

XI

PC0

PC1

AGND

PC2

D6

D7

CPS

32

C

Block Diagram
CMC 30 PC0 26 PC1 27 PC2 28 SUS/RES 19 Cable Port 0 37 TpB0p LREQ 63 LPS 59 DIRECT 50 SCLK 2 LKON 58 CTL0 5 CTL1 6 D0 8 D1 9 D2 11 D3 12 D4 14 D5 15 D6 17 D7 18 Receive Data Decoder and Retimer Voltage and Current Generator 41 TpBias0 48 TpBias1 34 RI1 Link Interface I/O Arbitration and Control State Machine Logic 36 TpB0n 39 TpA0p 38 TpA0n

D

46 TpA1p 45 TpA1n

Cable Port 1 44 TpB1p 43 TpB1n

E

RESETB 55 CPS 32 Cable Power Status

Transmit Data Encoder

Crystal Oscillator PLL System and Transmit Clock Generator

23 XI 22 XO

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

113

1

2

3

4

Pin Function • Cable Interface Pins
A

No.
39 38 37 36 46 45 44 43

Pin Name
TpA0p TpA0n TpB0p TpB0n TpA1p TpA1n TpB1p TpB1n

I/O
I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Port 0 twisted pair cable A positive phase I/O Port 0 twisted pair cable A negative phase I/O Port 0 twisted pair cable B positive phase I/O Port 0 twisted pair cable B negative phase I/O Port 1 twisted pair cable A positive phase I/O Port 1 twisted pair cable A negative phase I/O Port 1 twisted pair cable B positive phase I/O Port 1 twisted pair cable B negative phase I/O

Function

B

19

SUS/RES

I

Suspend/Resume function select 1 : Suspend/Resume on (IEEE1394a-2000 compliant) 0 : Suspend/Resume off (P1394a draft 1.3 compliant) Cable power status Connect to the cable through a 390 kΩ resistor and to the GND through a 100 kΩ resistor. 0 : Cable power fail 1 : Cable power on

32

CPS

I

• Link Interface Pins
No.
C

Pin Name
D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 CTL0 CTL1 LREQ SCLK

I/O
I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I O Data input/output (bit 0) Data input/output (bit 1) Data input/output (bit 2) Data input/output (bit 3) Data input/output (bit 4) Data input/output (bit 5) Data input/output (bit 6) Data input/output (bit 7) Link interface control (bit 0) Link interface control (bit 1) Link request input

Function

8 9 11 12 14 15 17 18 5

D

6 63 2

Link control output clock LPS 1 : 49.152 MHz output LPS 0 : Clamp to 0 (The clock signal will be output within 25 µsec after change to "0") Link power status input 0 : Link power off 1 : Link power on (PHY/Link direct connection) Link-on signal output Link-on signal is 6.1444 MHz clock output. PHY/Link isolation barrier control input 0 : Isolation barrier 1 : PHY/Link direct connection

59

LPS

I

58
E

LKON

O

50

DIRECT

I

F

114
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

• Control Pins
No.
26 27 28

Pin Name
PC0 PC1 PC2

I/O
I I I

Function
Power class set input This pin status will be loaded to Pwr_class bit which allocated to PHY register 4H. IEEE1394a-2000 chapter [4.3.4.1] Configuration manager capable setting This pin status will be loaded to Contender bit which allocated to PHY register 4H. 0 : Non contender 1 : Contender Power on reset input Connect to GND through a 0.1 µF capacitor. 0 : Reset 1 : Normal
B A

30

CMC

I

55

RESETB

I

Speed select (UPD72852GB) I 0 : MAX. S200 FNSel = 0 1 : MAX. S400 61 SPD/BDB BIAS Detected output (Logical Inverse) O 0 : BIAS is coming from some port. FNSel = 1 1 : BIAS is not coming from any port.

• IC
No. Pin Name I/O
− − Internally Connected (Low Clamped) Connected to GND. Internally Connected (Low Clamped) Connected to GND.
C

Function

29, 51 IC (AL) 3 IC (DL)

• Power Supply Pins
No.
25, 31, 40, 47, 54 24, 33, 35, 42, 49, 52, 53 4, 10, 20, 56, 60 1, 7, 13, 16, 21, 57, 64

Pin Name
AVDD AGND DVDD DGND

I/O
− − − − Analog power Analog GND Digital VDD Digital GND

Function

• Other Pins
No.
41 48 34 23 22 62

D

Pin Name
TpBias0 TpBias1 RI1 XI XO FNSel

I/O
O O − − − I Port 0 twisted pair output Port 1 twisted pair output

Function

Resistor connection pin 1 for reference current generator Please connect to GND pin through the 9.1 kΩ resistor. Crystal oscillator connection XI Crystal oscillator connection XO Function Select 0 : #61 acts as SPD (UPD72852GB compliant) 1 : #61 acts as BDB

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

115

1

2

3

4

UPD72893AGD-LML (MAIN ASSY : IC5202)
• IEEE1394 Link IC
A

Pin Arrangement

B

C

D

RESETB PHY_D7 PHY_D6 PHY_D5 3.3VDD PHY_D4 PHY_D3 PHY_D2 3.3GND PHY_D1 PHY_D0 CTL1 CTL0 2.5VDD SCLK LREQ LPS LINKON STREAM10 STREAM11 STREAM12 STREAM13 STREAM14 STREAM15 STREAM16 STREAM17 PACKETEN1 TSERROR1 TSRW1 SYNC1 3.3VDD TSSUB1 PACKETEN2/VSYNC TSERROR2/HSYNC 3.3GND TSRW2/FLD SYNC2 TSSUB2 2.5GND STREAM20/VD0 STREAM21/VD1 STREAM22/VD2 STREAM23/VD3 STREAM24/VD4 STREAM25/VD5 STREAM26/VD6 STREAM27/VD7 AFS1 AFS2 VCLKI VCLKO 3.3VDD

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

208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104

IFIROME IC (L) IC (L) IC (L) IC (PL) IC (L) HS_CLK PLLDGND PLLAGND PLLAVDD PLLDVDD IC (L) D15 2.5GND D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 3.3GND 3.3VDD D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 WRZ RDZ A17 A16 3.3GND A15 A14 2.5VDD A13 A12 A11 3.3VDD A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2

A1 BR_MON IC (PL) DV_INT IC (PL) SCS RXD TXD 3.3GND SCK SI SO 2.5GND P_D15 P_D14 P_D13 3.3VDD P_D12 P_D11 P_D10 P_D9 P_D8 P_D7 P_D6 P_D5 3.3GND P_D4 P_D3 P_D2 3.3VDD P_D1 P_D0 INT IOCHRDY IC (O) IC (H) IOR RWZ 2.5VDD CS AD10 AD9 AD8 AD7 AD6 AD5 AD4 AD3 AD2 AD1 PSSEL1 PSSEL0

E

F

116
1 2

VPWM MD0 MD1 3.3GND MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7 3.3VDD MD8 MD9 MD10 2.5VDD 3.3GND MD11 MD12 MD13 MD14 MD15 MWE MCAS MRAS MCLK 3.3VDD MA0 MA1 MA2 3.3GND MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MA10 2.5GND MA11 ALRCK ABCK 3.3VDD PCM1 PCM2 AEMP1 3.3GND IC (O) AMCLKO APWM AMCLK44 AMCLK48

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

Block Diagram
A
16-bit Timer Unit D <TMD> CPU Core TXD 149 RXD 150 SCS 151 SCK 147 SO 145 SI 146 EEPROM Interface <CSI> Host Interface <UART> High-speed Internal ROM 60 kbytes 175, 174, 172, 171, 169-167, 165-156 Memory Controller 196, 194-189, 186-178 176 RDZ 177 WRZ 77 MCLK 76 MRAS SDRAM Interface INTC 75 MCAS 74 MWE 92, 90-83, 81-79 73-69, 66-64, 62-57, 55, 54 RESETB 1 HS_CLK 202 System Control DV Codec Core MA [11 : 0] MD [15 : 0] High-speed Internal ROM 192 kbytes

A [17 : 0] External Flash ROM Interface

D [15 : 0]

B

104 AMCLK48 103 AMCLK44 102 APWM Audio Interface 101 AMCLKO 96 PCM1 97 PCM2 98 AEMP1 Stream Interface STREAM [7 : 0] PACKETEN 93 ALRCK 94 ABCK VD [7 : 0] 50 VCLKI HSYNC VSYNC 51 VCLKO FLD 53 VPWM

C

TSSUB

TSRW

SYNC

CS 117 RWZ 119 Parallel Interface IOR 120 IOCHRDY 123 AD [10 : 1] 116-107 Selector Host Inteface IEEE1394 Link Core

47-40

STREAM2 [7 : 0] / VD [7 : 0]

D

36 TSRW2 / FLD 33 PACKETEN2 / VSYNC 37 SYNC2 34 TSERROR2 / HSYNC 38 TSSUB2 Selector 26-19 STREAM1 [7 : 0]

P_D [15 : 0] 143-141, 139-132, 130-128, 126, 125 INT 124 PSSEL [1 : 0] 106, 105

29 TSRW1 27 PACKETEN1 30 SYNC1

IFIROME 208

Test Block

28 TSERROR1 32 TSSUB1

E

SCLK 15

LREQ 16

LPS 17

PHY_D [7 : 0]

CTL [1 : 0] 12, 13

LINKON 18

2-4, 6-8, 10, 11

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

117

1

2

3

4

Pin Function (1) Link relation
A

No.
18

Pin Name
LINKON

I/O
I Link-on signal input Clock input When LPS is active, input 0.

Function

Active

17 16 15
B

LPS LREQ SCLK CTL [1 : 0] STREAM1 [7 : 0] PACKETEN1 TSERROR1 TSRW1 SYNC1 TSSUB1 STREAM2 [7 : 0] PACKETEN2 TSERROR2 TSRW2 SYNC2 TSSUB2

O O I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O

Link power status output Link power OFF : 0 Link power ON : 2.7 MHz pulse output (20 dividing of host clock 54 MHz) Link request output Clock input for Link control LPS is active : 49.152 MHz input LPS = 0 0 : fixed PHY/Link control signal input/output Data input/output between PHY-Link ISO data bus of stream interface 1 Packet enable signal input/output of stream interface 1 Packet error signal input/output of stream interface 1 Data read/write enable signal input/output of stream interface 1 Frame synchronous signal input/output of stream interface 1 Not used Connect to VDD or GND through a resistor. ISO data bus of stream interface 2 Packet enable signal input/output of stream interface 2 Packet error signal input/output of stream interface 2 Data read/write enable signal input/output of stream interface 2 Frame synchronous signal input/output of stream interface 2 Not used Set to open.

− − − − − − H/L H/L − H/L H/L − H/L H/L − H/L −

12, 13 26-19 27 28 29 30 32 47-40
C

2-4, 6-8, 10,11 PHY_D [7 : 0]

33 34 36 37 38

(2) Video interface pins
No.
50 51
D

Pin Name
VCLKI VCLKO VD [7 : 0] VSYNC HSYNC FLD VPWM

I/O
I O I/O I/O I/O I/O O Video clock input (27 MHz) Video clock output (27 MHz) Video data signal Video vertical sync. signal Video horizontal sync. signal Field index signal PWM signal for video PLL

Function

Active
− − − L L − −

47-40 33 34 36 53

E

F

118
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

(3) Audio interface pins
No.
104 103 101

Pin Name
AMCLK48 AMCLK44 AMCLKO

I/O
I I O

Function
Audio master clock input for sampling frequency 48 kHz Audio master clock input for sampling frequency 44 kHz Audio master clock output Audio PCM serial data At 2ch : System 1 (data of audio block 1) At 4ch : System 1 The above is default setting value. Input/output data of PCM 1 and PCM 2 is replaced by Channel swap setting of an AUDIO_FUNC register. Audio PCM serial data At 2ch : Mute At 4ch : System 2 (data of audio block 2) The above is default setting value. Input/output data of PCM 1 and PCM 2 is replaced by Channel swap setting of an AUDIO_FUNC register. Note: Cannot use it in DV decode. PCM1 emphasis ON/OFF in PCM 1 output Audio LR clock L ch : High R ch : Low Audio bit clock Audio sampling frequency AFS2 AFS1 44.1 kHz 0 1 48 kHz 0 0 32 kHz 1 0 PWM signal for audio PLL

Active
− − −
A

96

PCM1

I/O

97

PCM2

I/O

B

98 93 94

AEMP1 ALRCK ABCK

O I/O I/O

H − −

49, 48

AFS [2 : 1]

O

C

102

APWM

O

(4) SDRAM interface pins
No.
77 76 75 74 92, 90-83, 81-79

Pin Name
MCLK MRAS MCAS MWE MA [ 11 : 0]

I/O
O O O O O CLK pin connection of SDRAM RAS pin connection of SDRAM CAS pin connection of SDRAM WE pin connection of SDRAM Address pin connection of SDRAM

Function

Active
− − − − −
D

73-69, 66-64, MD [ 15 : 0] 62-57, 55, 54

I/O

Data pin connection of SDRAM Note: Process of pull-up or pull down is necessary. So connect it to SDRAM directly.

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

119

1

2

3

4

(5) Host interface pins
(a) Parallel interface pins
A

No.
117 119 CS

Pin Name

I/O
I I Chip select input of parallel interface

Function
Read and write control input of parallel interface ISA type bus, SH-1 bus: Write strobe 68000 bus : Read/write selection signal IO read control input of parallel interface ISA type bus, SH-1 bus : Read strobe 68000 bus : Data strobe (DS) Ready output of parallel interface Address input of parallel interface Data input/output of parallel interface

Active
L L

RWZ

120 123 116-107
B

IOR IOCHRDY AD [ 10 : 1]

I O I I/O

L L − −

143-141, 139-132, 130-128, 126, 125 P_D [15 : 0]

(b) Serial interface pins No.
149 150

Pin Name
TXD RXD

I/O
I/O I/O

Function
Serial transmission data output of unsynchronous serial interface (UART) Serial transmission data input of unsynchronous serial interface (UART)

Active
− −

(c) Others No.
124
C

Pin Name
INT

I/O
O Interrupt output to the outside

Function
Parallel/serial interface selection Input signal to select the outside interface which of parallel interface or serial interface. PSSEL [1 : 0] Select 00 Serial interface (UART) 01 Parallel interface (ISA type bus) 10 Parallel interface (68000 bus) 11 Parallel interface (SH-1 bus)

Active
H

106, 105

PSSEL [1 : 0]

I

D

E

F

120
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

6

7

8

(6) External ROM connection pins
(a) Flash ROM interface pins No. Pin Name I/O
I/O

Function
External ROM data bus Data bus in the external ROM access. Process of pull-up or pull down is necessary. External ROM address bus Address bus in the external ROM access. Can addressing the 256k byte space. ROM read Strobe signal which shows a read cycle for external ROM. It becomes the inactive in the idle state. ROM write Strobe signal which shows a write cycle for external ROM.

Active

A

196, 194-189, D [15 : 0] 186-178 175, 174, 172, 171, 169-167, A [17 : 1] 165-156 176 RDZ

O

O

L

177

WRZ

O

L

B

(b) EEPROM interface pins No.
145 146 147 151 SO SI SCK SCS

Pin Name

I/O
I/O I/O I/O I/O

Function
Serial transmit data output of clock-synchronous system serial interface (CSI) Serial receive data input of clock-synchronous system serial interface (CSI) Clock output of clock-synchronous system serial interface (CSI) Chip select output of clock-synchronous system serial interface (CSI)

Active
− − − −

C

(7) Clock and reset pins No. Pin Name I/O Function
Reset RESETB input is asynchronous input. When a signal of fixed low-level width is input without relation to an operation clock, take precedence of all operation, and reset the system. Note: RESETB is low-active. Host clock Clock input pin which is supplied to CPU core and built-in peripheral I/O. Please input 27 MHz clock. Perform 2 multiply with internal PLL by 27 MHz clock, 54 MHz clock is supplied to CPU core and internal peripheral I/O.

Active

1

RESETB

I

L

202

HS_CLK

I

D

E

F

DVR-3100-S
5 6 7 8

121

1

2

3

4

(8) Power supply and ground pins No.
A

Pin Name

I/O

Function
3.3V power supply 3.3V positive power supply pins. Power supply for 3.3V interface I/O. 2.5V power supply 2.5V positive power supply pins. Power supply for internal each block.

Active

5, 31, 52, 63, 78, 95, 127, 3.3VDD 140, 166, 187 14, 67, 118, 170 39, 91, 144, 195 2.5VDD 2.5GND

− −

9, 35, 56, 68, 82, 99, 131, 3.3GND 148, 173, 188
B

Ground pins Connect all GND pins to the common ground.

199 200 198 201 121

PLLAVDD PLLAGND PLLDVDD PLLDGND IC (H) IC (L)

− − − − − − − −

Analog power supply for multiply circuit Analog positive power supply pin for PLL. Supply 2.5V. Analog ground for multiply circuit Analog ground for PLL Digital power supply for multiply circuit Digital positive power supply pin for PLL. Supply 2.5V. Digital ground for multiply circuit Digital ground for PLL Internally connected pin Connect to VDD directly. Internally connected pin Connect to ground directly. Internally connected pin Connect to ground through a resistor. Internally connected pin Set to open.

− − − − − − − −

C

197, 203, 205-207

152, 154, 204 IC (PL) 100, 122 IC (O)

(9) Others No.
D

Pin Name
DV_INT BR_MON IFIROME

I/O
I/O I/O I

Function
Interrupt pin to the outside for the DV status read out. Shows the bus reset occurred. There is some delay after real bus reset occurred because of set by the built-in firmware. ROM operation selection input Set to 1 normally.

Active
H H −

153 155 208

E

F

122
1 2

DVR-3100-S
3 4

5

• VIF/SIF IC

TDA9818TS (TUJB ASSY : IC3903)

5
L/L accent switch and adjust 2 × fpc TOP 22 TUNER AGC AFC DETECTOR VIF1 1 VIF2 2 VIF AMPLIFIER FPLL VCO TWD 16 CVBS VIF AGC 15(1) 4 6 AFC 17 CBL TPLL LADJ VCO2 7(1) 19 VCO1 18 VP 21 CVAGC GND 20 VOLTAGE REFERENCE VIDEO DEMODULATOR AND AMPLIFIER SOUND video TRAP 1 V (p-p) 1.1 V (p-p) 8 AF audio SIF1 23 SIF2 24 SIF AMPLIFIER QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AM DEMODULATOR SIF AGC INTERCARRIER MODE SWITCH

TAGC 14

6

6

VIF SAW

DVR-3100-S
TDA9818
3(1) STD 12 QSS 5.5 MHz 13 FMin 5 CSAGC standards selection switch

SIF SAW

intercarrier mode FM-PLL DEMODULATOR 9 Vde-em 10 Cde-em 11 CDEC

7 E D

7

MHA663

mute switch

8

8 A C B

123

F

1

2

3

4

A

PIN FUNCTION
SYMBOL VIF1 VIF2 STD CVAGC CSAGC TPLL PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DESCRIPTION VIF differential input signal voltage 1 VIF differential input signal voltage 2 standards selection switch; note 1 VIF AGC capacitor SIF AGC capacitor PLL filter L/L accent switch and adjust audio output de-emphasis output de-emphasis input decoupling capacitor single reference QSS/intercarrier output voltage sound intercarrier input voltage tuner AGC output black level detector composite video output voltage AFC output VCO1 resonance circuit VCO2 resonance circuit ground supply voltage tuner AGC takeover point adjust SIF differential input signal voltage 1 SIF differential input signal voltage 2

PIN LAYOUT

VIF1 1 VIF2 2 STD 3 CVAGC 4 CSAGC 5 TPLL 6 LADJ 7

24 SIF2 23 SIF1 22 TOP 21 VP 20 GND

B

LADJ AF Vde-em Cde-em CDEC QSS FMin TAGC

TDA9818

19 VCO2 18 VCO1 17 AFC 16 CVBS 15 CBL 14 TAGC 13 FMin

AF 8 Vde-em 9 Cde-em 10 CDEC 11 QSS 12

C

CBL CVBS AFC VCO1 VCO2 GND VP TOP SIF1

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LA73026AV (SCRB ASSY : IC101)
• Dual SCART Interface IC
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Pin Function
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Pin Name
AIN1R AIN1L AIN2R AIN2L AIN3R AIN3L AIN4L AIN4R AIN5L AIN5R EXTCTL1 EXTCTL2 EXTCTL3 EXTCTL4

DC Voltage
5.58V Audio input terminal

Function

2.5mA, ON →0.75V OFF →OPEN 1.10V 0V

General purpose output Opencollector

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VOUT GND GND EXT-75ΩDR-GND DEC-75Ω-GND GND VIN1 VIN2 VIN3 VIN4 VIN5 PWRSAV AUMUTE REFFIL VCC12 FSSOUT

Video output terminal Push-pull output/Low-impedance

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Video input terminal Sync-tip clamp Input/Hi-impedance Power save mode select pin OPEN : L Control terminal for audio mute OPEN : L Terminal for Ref_DC ripple removing Vcc for audio FSS control terminal Output H, M, L 3 values with serial control Confirmed to IIC BUS. Data input terminal Confirmed to IIC BUS. Clock input terminal Control Vcc for Video

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0.2V 0.05V 4.94V H : Vcc-0.5V M : 6V L : 0V

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DATA CLOCK VCC5A VOUT75A VOUT75B VCC5B AOUT2L AOUT2R AOUT3L AOUT3R AOUT1L AOUT1R PWRMUTE1 PWRMUTE2 1.10V

Video driver output terminal Push-pull output/Low-impedance Always VCC for Video Audio output terminal Push-pull output/Low-impedance
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4.91V 0V

Audio output terminal Push-pull output/Low-impedance Output terminal of audio muting

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Block Diagram
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7.3 OUTLINE OF THE PRODUCT
Main newly developed technologies
1. Pickup
The pickup supports quadruple-speed recording for the DVDR/RW. A liquid-crystal tilt servo system is adopted for the pickup.

4. DV-signal-processing LSI
The DV-signal-processing LSI consists of the following two chips: • UPD72862AGB-SEU (MAIN Assy: IC5101) A 400-Mbps two-port PHY LSI in compliance with the IEEE1394a2000 standards • UPD72893AGD-LML (MAIN Assy: IC5202) An EEE1394 link controller LSI having DV (digital video) encoding/decoding functions. Encoding/decoding of digital video signals in compliance with the SD specifications (NTSC/PAL) of the DV standard is supported. The 32-bit RISC CPU is built in for controlling the IEEE1394 bus and sending/receiving AV/C commands.

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2. Recording-signal-processing LSI
• UPD3320GC (DRIVE Assy: IC101) The recording-signal-processing module of conventional models consists of two chips, but this has been integrated into a single newly developed recording-signal-processing LSI, enabling stable performance and cost reduction.

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3. AV-signal-processing LSI
• M65672WG-B (MAIN Assy: IC1001) The AV-signal-processing module of conventional models consists of eleven chips, but this has been integrated into a single newly developed AV-signal-processing LSI, enabling large-scale cost reduction while maintaining the conventional functions. In the new LSI, all the basic functions necessary for a DVD recorder have been integrated. Like conventional models, this model is designed to support multitasking. The main functions are as follows: • 3-D Y/C separation • Video decoding • Frame TBC • MPEG video encoding • Dolby Digital Consumer Encoding • ATA/ATAPI I/F (2 ch) • Main CPU (32-bit RISC, 54 MHz) • Graphics engine (OSD, scaling, mixing) • MPEG video decoding • Audio decoding (AC-3, MPEG) • Video encoding • Progressive conversion D MAIN • Audio I/F • 3-D DNR for playback

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IC5101 (Side A)

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IC5202 (Side A)

IC1001 (SIDE B)

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System configuration
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In each signal-processing LSI of the main function blocks, various processes have been integrated into one chip, which enables simpler system configuration. With the AV-signalprocessing LSI at the center, video inputs/outputs, audio inputs/outputs, DV inputs/outputs, writer, HDD, and various memory cells are connected to it.

UPD72893AGD-LML IC5202 1394 Link / DV Codec IC1102 Flash IC1103 SRAM

UPD72852AGB-8EU IC5101 1394 Phy 1394 (DV)

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Video : IC3301 LA73030 Audio : IC2801 LC75342M IC3101 Audio A/D Tuner / Line Select

IC1101, IC1201, IC1301 IC1401 SDRAM

AK5381VT

Playback Drive Assy (DVD-R/RW) Record

IC1001 AV Signal Processing LSI

IC2001 Tuner / FL Control CPU

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CVBS/YC/YCbCr

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PCM1742KE

Analog Audio DIF

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New functions and specifications
In this model, the following new functions and specifications have been included in addition to those of conventional models:

1. Improved multitasking functions
This model supports DVD multitasking (only in VR mode), which was impossible with conventional models. a Pursuit playback Playback of the title being recorded by the DVD drive in VR mode . b Simultaneous recording/playback Playback of a title other than that being recorded by the DVD drive in VR mode.

• CD/video-CD playback • Picture creation • Recording with 3/4-D1 and 2/3-D1 resolutions • Recording mode with 32-step MNs • LPCM recording • High-resolution GUI • Progressive output • SRS TruSurround

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2. Advanced disc NAVI
In the conventional disc NAVI function, recorded titles are displayed with still pictures as a list. In the advanced disc NAVI function, the title selected with the cursor is displayed as an animated picture with sound.

3. Improved Still Picture menu in Video mode
The disc NAVI function, which enables displaying a list of recorded titles with still pictures, is enabled in Video mode with this model. Selection from among nine title menus is also supported.
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4. Adoption of MPEG2 SIF
In MN1-6 modes, MPEG2 SIF has been adopted, instead of the MPEG1 SIF of conventional models. This enables higher-quality recording for longer hours.

5. Improved editing functions
For DVD, the original/play-list editing in DVD-VR mode available with conventional models is provided. The automatic-chapter-mark-insertion function in response to a change in audio type (stereo, monaural, bilingual) makes commercial-cutting editing easier.

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5. Various-format playback
Playback of WMA, MP3, and JPEG formats is supported.

6. Other functions and specifications
The following main functions and specifications adopted with conventional models are also provided with this model: • 192-kHz, 24-bit DAC • 48-kHz, 20-bit ADC • Digital 3-D Y/C separation circuit • Digital frame TBC • 3-D DNR • DV (iLink) input/output • Built-in BS tuner • Playback with commercials skipped

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7.4 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT
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Disc / content format playback compatibility
General disc compatibility
This recorder was designed and engineered to be compatible with software bearing one or more of the following logos:

This recorder cannot record CD-R or CD-RW discs.

PC-created disc compatibility
If you record a disc using a personal computer, even if it is recorded in a "compatible format" as listed above, there will be cases in which the disc may not be playable in this recorder due to the setting of the application software used to create the disc. In these particular instances, check with the software publisher for more detailed information. Check the DVD-R/RW or CD-R/RW software disc boxes for additional compatibility information.

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WMA (Windows Media Audio) compatibility

Fujicolor CD

Also compatible with KODAK Picture CD

The Windows Media logo printed on the box indicates that this recorder can playback WMA data. WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 9 (or less) or Windows Media Player for Windows XP. Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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is a trademark of Fuji Photo Film Co. Ltd. Other formats, including but not limited to the following, are not playable in this recorder: DVD-Audio / SACD / DVD-RAM DVD-ROM / CD-ROM* * Except those that contain WMA, MP3 or JPEG. See also Compressed audio compatibility and JPEG file compatibility below. DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW discs recorded using a DVD recorder, CD recorder or personal computer may not be playable in this recorder. This may be caused by a number of possibilities, including but not limited to: the type of disc used; the type of recording; damage, dirt or condensation on either the disc or the pick-up lens. See below for notes about particular software and formats.

Compressed audio compatibility
This recorder will play CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW discs containing files saved in the MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) or Windows Media Audio (WMA) format with a sampling rate of 44.1 or 48kHz. Incompatible files will not play and the message Cannot play this file format will be displayed (CAN’T PLAY in the front panel display). Fixed bit-rate MP3 files are recommended. Variable bitrate (VBR) MP3 files are playable, but playing time may not be shown correctly. This recorder is compatible with 44.1 and 48 kHz WMA files encoded with Windows Media Codec 8. Files encoded using Windows Media Codec 9 may be playable, but some parts of the specification are not supported (specifically, Pro, Lossless, Voice and VBR WMA files). WMA files encoded with DRM (Digital Rights Management) copy protection will not play and the message Cannot play this file format will be displayed (CAN’T PLAY in the front panel display).

DVD-R/RW compatibility
This recorder will play and record DVD-R/RW discs that use DVD-Video format (Video mode), and DVD-RW discs that use the Video Recording (VR) format. It is compatible with DVD-RW Ver. 1.1 and Ver. 1.1 / 2x, and DVD-R Ver. 2.0 and Ver. 2.0 / 4x.

CD-R/RW compatibility
This recorder will play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in CD Audio or Video CD format, or as a CD-ROM containing MP3, WMA or JPEG files. However, any other content may cause the disc not to play, or create noise/ distortion in the output.

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The CD-ROM used to compile your WMA/MP3 files must be ISO 9660 Level 1 or 2 compliant. CD physical format: Mode1, Mode2 XA Form1. Romeo and Joliet file systems are both compatible with this recorder. Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your files. The disc must be finalized (i.e. the session must be closed) in order to play in this recorder. This recorder only plays tracks that are named with the file extension .MP3 or .WMA (upper or lower-case). When naming MP3 and WMA files, add the corresponding file name extension (.mp3 or .wma). Files are played according to the file extension. To prevent noise and malfunctions, do not use these extensions for other kinds of files. This recorder can recognize up to 99 folders and 999 files (WMA/MP3). If a disc exceeds these limits, only files and folders up to these limits will be playable. Files and folders are read/displayed in alphabetical order. Note that if the file structure is very complex, you may not be able to read/play all files on the disc. Folder, track and file names (excluding the file extension) are displayed. There are many different recording bit-rates available to encode MP3 files. This recorder has been designed to be compatible with all of them. Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular CD Audio quality. This recorder will play lower bit-rate files, but please note that the sound quality becomes noticeably worse at lower bitrates.

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JPEG file compatibility
This recorder is compatible with Fujicolor CD and Kodak Picture CD formats, as well as CD-R/RW/ROM discs containing JPEG files. Baseline JPEG and EXIF 2.2*1 still image files are supported (horizontal resolution from 160–5120 pixels; vertical resolution between 120–3840 pixels). *1 File format used by digital still cameras The CD-ROM used to compile your JPEG files must be ISO 9660 Level 1 or 2 compliant. CD physical format: Mode1, Mode2 XA Form1. Romeo and Joliet file systems are both compatible with this recorder. This recorder only displays files that are named with the file extension .jpg, .jpeg, .jif, or .jfif (upper or lower-case). The recorder can load up to 99 folders and 999 files at one time. If there are more files/folders than this on the disc then more can be reloaded.

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7.5 CLEANING
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Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools: Position to be cleaned Pickup lenses Cleaning tools Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 Cleaning paper : GED-008

Position to be cleaned Fans
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8.1 FRONT SECTION
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STANDBY/ON DISC NAVIGATOR DVD disc tray 0 OPEN/CLOSE 7 STOP 8 PAUSE 3 PLAY

11 ¶ REC
Press to start recording.

Press to switch the recorder on/into standby.

12 Front panel inputs
Pull the cover down where indicated to access the front panel input jacks. Especially convenient for connecting camcorders and other portable equipment.

Press to directly access the Disc Navigator screen.

13 Front panel display
See Display for details.

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Press to open/close the disc tray.

14 IR remote sensor 15 DV IN/OUT jack
Digital input/output jack for use with a DV camcorder.

Press to stop playback.

Press to pause/restart playback or recording.

Press to start or restart playback.

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FUNCTION

Press repeatedly to set the function of the SMART JOG dial. The function is shown in the display.

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SMART JOG dial

10 & STOP REC
Press to stop recording.

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Lights during playback; blinks when paused.

Recording quality indicators FINE
Lights when the recording mode is set to FINE (best quality).

Lights during recording; blinks when recording is paused.

SP
Lights when the recording mode is set to SP (standard play).

Lights when a VR mode disc is loaded and the recorder is in Play List mode.

LP
Lights when the recording mode is set to LP (long play).

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Lights when the recording mode is set to EP (extended play).

Shows the remote control mode (if nothing is displayed, the remote control mode is 1).

MN
Lights when the recording mode is set to MN (manual recording level) mode.

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REM

Lights when the character display is showing the remaining available recording time.

10 Character display 11 L R
Indicates which channels of a bilingual broadcast are recorded.

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V R / RW

Lights when an unfinalized Video mode disc is loaded.

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Indicates the type of recordable DVD loaded: DVD-R or DVD-RW.

12 VPS / PDC
Lights when receiving a VPS/PDC broadcast during a VPS/PDC-enabled timer recording.

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Lights when a timer recording has been set. (Indicator blinks if the timer has been set but there isn't a recordable disc loaded.)

13 NTSC
Lights when the video output is NTSC format.

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14 OVER
Lights when the analog audio input level is too high.

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AC IN – Power inlet INPUT 3/AUTO START REC jacks

Connect your TV antenna to the ANTENNA IN jack. The signal is passed through to the ANTENNA OUT jack for connection to your TV.

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AV2/(INPUT 1/DECODER) AV connector

Audio/video inputs (stereo analog audio; video and S-video) that you can use to connect to a satellite receiver, TV, VCR or other source component for recording.

Audio/video input SCART-type connector for connecting to a VCR, or other equipment with a SCART connector. The input accepts video and S-video.

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AV1(RGB)-TV AV connector

Audio/video outputs (stereo analog audio; video and S-video) that you can use to connect to a TV, monitor, AV receiver or other equipment.

Audio/video output SCART-type connector for connecting to a TV or other equipment with a SCART connector. The video output is switchable between video, S-video and RGB.

Front panel connections

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DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL

For connecting to an AV receiver, Dolby Digital/DTS/ MPEG decoder or other equipment with optical digital input.

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CONTROL IN

Use to control this recorder from the remote sensor of another Pioneer component with a CONTROL OUT terminal and bearing the Pioneer Î mark. Connect the CONTROL OUT of the other component to the CONTROL IN of this recorder using a mini-plug cord.

On the left side of the front panel a flip-down cover hides a second audio/video input, consisting of a video and S-video jack, and stereo analog audio jacks. (You can also connect a mono source using just the L(MONO) jack.) On the right side is the DV input/output i.LINK connector. This is for connection to a DV camcorder.

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8.4 REMOTE CONTROL
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Remote control indicator

Lights when setting up the remote control for use with a TV and when setting the remote control mode

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STANDBY/ON 0 OPEN/CLOSE DVD playback functions AUDIO
Changes the audio language or channel. (When the recorder is stopped, press to change the tuner audio.)

Press to switch the recorder on/into standby.

Press to open/close the disc tray.

SUBTITLE
Displays/changes the subtitles included in multilingual DVD-Video discs.

ANGLE
Switches camera angles on discs with multi-angle scenes.

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PLAY MODE

Press to display the Play Mode menu (for features such as search, repeat and program play).
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6 TV/DVD Press to switch between 'TV mode', in which you get the picture and sound from the TV's tuner, and 'DVD mode', in which you get picture and sound from the recorder's tuner (or an external input). 7 Alphanumeric buttons and CLEAR

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Use the number buttons for track/chapter/title selection; channel selection, and so on. The same buttons can also be used to enter names for titles, discs and so on. Use CLEAR to clear an entry and start again.

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INPUT SELECT CHANNEL +/–

Press to change the input to use for recording.

Press to change the channel of the built-in TV tuner.

10 SHOWVIEW(for WYXU and WY types)
Press, then use the number buttons to enter a ShowView programming number for timer recording.
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VIDEO Plus+(for WVXU type)
Press, then use the number buttons to enter a PlusCode programming number for timer recording.

11 DISC NAVIGATOR / TOP MENU
Press to display the Disc Navigator screen, or the top menu if a DVD-Video disc is loaded.

12 PLAY LIST / MENU
Press to switch between Original and Play List content on VR mode discs, or display the disc menu if a DVD-Video disc is loaded.

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13 » / « / | / \ (cursor buttons) and ENTER
Used to navigate all on-screen displays. Press ENTER to select the currently highlighted option.

CHP MARK
Press to insert a chapter marker when playing/ recording a VR mode DVD-RW disc.
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14 HOME MENU
Press to go display the Home Menu, from which you can navigate all the functions of the recoder.

19 DISPLAY
Displays/changes the on-screen information displays.

20 TV CONTROL 15 RETURN
Press to go back one level in the on-screen menu or display. After setting up, use these controls to control your TV.

21 TV DIRECT REC
Press to start recording whatever channel your TV is set to.

16 Playback controls 1 REV SCAN / FWD SCAN ¡
Press to start reverse or forward scanning. Press again to change the speed.
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3 PLAY
Press to start playback.

8 PAUSE
Press to pause playback or recording.

7 STOP
Press to stop playback.

CM SKIP
Press to skip 30 seconds forward on the disc (about the length of a typical TV commercial); press repeatedly to skip up to 4 minutes.

4 PREV / NEXT ¢
Press to skip to the previous or next title / chapter / track / folder; or to display the previous or next menu page.

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During playback, press to start slow-motion playback; while paused, press to show the previous or next video frame.

17 Recording controls ¶ REC
Press to start recording. Press repeatedly to set the recording time in blocks of 30 mins.
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Press to stop recording.

REC MODE
Press repeatedly to change the recording mode (picture quality).

TIMER REC
Press to set a timer recording from the standard Timer Recording screen.

EASY TIMER
Press to set a timer recording from the Easy Timer screen.
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Press to display summary information (disc name, recording time left, etc.) from the last 30 recordable discs loaded.

NAVI MARK
Press to select a thumbnail picture for the current title for use in the Disc Navigator screen.

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