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Service Guide

SW-HF5.1 3000

SERVICE GUIDE
KYE SYSTEMS CORP

SW-HF5.1 3000
Version:1.0

Version 1.0

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Service Guide SW-HF5.0 15/03/2005 Version 1.0 Change Page 2 of 18 .1 3000 Revision History Version Date 1.

0 Page 3 of 18 .2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker system 18 18 18 Version 1.4 Woofer no power 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 Chapter 2.1 Overview 1.2. RL/RR channels no sound 1.1 Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by post 7. Exploded View Chapter 5.Service Guide SW-HF5. Important Notes 7.1 3000 Table of Contents Revision History Table of Contents Getting Started Conventions Used in this Guide Safety Precautions 2 3 4 4 4 Chapter 1. Schematic Diagram Schematic Diagram 10 12 13 15 16 17 Chapter 7.2. Block Diagram Chapter 4.3 Woofer channel no sound 1.1 FL/FR.2 CEN channel no sound 1.2. Part List Chapter 6.2. Specifications Chapter 3. How to Handle Defective Returns 1.2 Problems 1.

Caution: Information that. Prevent foreign substances. may result in damage to the product. Safety Precautions The following precautions should be observed in handling the speaker described in this guide: Place the speakers on a flat. vibration. Do not allow anything to drop into the subwoofer case through its ventilator.1 3000 Getting Started Conventions Used in this Guide Pay Special Attention: Instructions that are important to remember and may prevent mistakes. Do not drop or jolt the speakers. Place the unit far enough from other equipments for good heat dissipation. such as water. smoke. as it could result in fatal electric shock or fire. other liquids or chemical. or other corrosive gases and fumes. salty or greasy air. level and stable surface. from entering the speakers while performing maintenance procedures on the speakers.Service Guide SW-HF5. Version 1. if not followed. Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet before performing any maintenance on the speakers. Do not perform any maintenance with wet hand. excessive dust. Do not place the speakers in environments subject to mist.0 Page 4 of 18 .

0 Page 5 of 18 Function OK . How to Handle Defective Returns 1.Service Guide SW-HF5.1 3000 Chapter 1.1 Overview Receiving Defective speaker form customers Verifying problems proceeding necessary tests Function NG Function NG Analyzing possible malfunction causes Deciding & proceeding the rectification methods Replace necessary defective parts Proceeding tests to verify if the speaker is functioning normally Function OK Return the speakers with proper repackaging to customers Version 1.

2.2.0 Page 6 of 18 .2.2 1.4 FL/FR.2.1 3000 1.Service Guide SW-HF5. RL/RR channels no sound CEN channel no sound Woofer channel no sound Woofer no power Version 1.1 1.3 1.2 Problems Item Problem Description 1.

U6. 1.U2.C20 7.U15.0 Page 7 of 18 .U9.C107.C106. in that this is the best-recommended sequence to rectify the problems. C306.RL/RR channels no sound Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Defective U1.1 FL/FR.C307.U11. U14.U7.C406.2.C206.Service Guide SW-HF5.1 3000 * Attention Please follow the numbered sequence marked within parenthesis given in individual Flow chat. RL/RR channels no sound Problem FL/FR.C407 Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Solutions Check solder points on Check and replace Re-connected speaker cable PCB defective IC or or replace defective speakers components Version 1.

U8.Q1 Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Solutions Check solder points on Check and replace Re-connected speaker cable PCB defective IC or or replace defective speakers components Version 1.2.U9.0 Page 8 of 18 .U15. U14.1 3000 CEN channel no sound CEN channel no sound Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Defective U3.U12.2.U13.C509 Broken or short circuit Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Solutions Check solder points on Check and replace Re-connected speaker cable PCB defective IC or or replace defective speakers components 1.U8.U14.Service Guide 1.U5.U9. U15.C506.3 Woofer channel no sound Woofer channel no sound Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Defective U3.2 SW-HF5.C610.

U14.1 3000 Woofer no power Woofer no power Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Defective D1.D1.D2.U10. U17.Q1.Service Guide 1.2.XL Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Solutions Check solder points on Check and replace Re-connected speaker cable PCB defective IC or or replace defective speakers components Version 1.4 SW-HF5.Z.0 Page 9 of 18 .

Specifications Satellite – Center (AT 1KHZ): NO Description Unit Specifications 1 Out Power at THD 10% W 6±1 2 Sensitivity mV 300 ± 50 3 Freq Response Hz 4 S/N ratio dB 45~20K ≧ 50 5 Hum & Noise mV ≦ 5 Unit Specifications (Ref:-3dB) Vol:max Satellite – Front (AT 1KHZ): NO Description 1 Out Power at THD 10% W 6±1 2 Sensitivity mV 300 ± 50 3 Freq Response Hz 4 Separation dB 45~20K ≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise mV ≦ 5 Unit Specifications (Ref:-3dB) Vol:max Satellite – Rear (AT 1KHZ): NO Description 1 Out Power at THD 10% W 6±1 2 Sensitivity mV 300 ± 50 3 Freq Response Hz 4 Separation dB 45~20K ≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise mV ≦ 5 (Ref:-3dB) Vol:max Version 1.Service Guide SW-HF5.0 Page 10 of 18 .1 3000 Chapter 2.

0 Page 11 of 18 .1 3000 Host (Woofer) (AT 100Hz): NO Description Unit Specifications 1 Out Power at THD 10% W 40 ± 3 2 Sensitivity mV 220 ± 50 3 Freq Response Hz 4 S/N ration dB 30~250K ≧ 50 5 Hum & Noise mV ≦ 5 (Ref:-3dB) Vol: max Version 1.Service Guide SW-HF5.

1 3000 Service Guide Chapter 3. 4A PT2258 5.1CH/AUX SELECT CORTROL WOOFER LPF SCH 4066 5. Block Diagram AC IN 5.18V*2/1.0 .1CH/AUX INPUT SELECT O/P:14V/3.1CH VOLUME CORTROL 5.1CH OUTPUT EM78P447 MUE POWER supply TO DISPLAY LED TO KEYSTROKE TDA7245 TDA7372B TDA2050 LED DISPLAY SCH KEYSTROKE SCH Titl e CENTER SPEAKER FRONT L SPE AKER FRONT R SPE AKER REAR L SPEAKE R REAR R SPEAKE R WOOFER SPE AKER Page 12 of 18 Version 1.SW-HF5.1CH INPUT RCA JACK ! FUSE 250V/2A ! AUX INPUT RCA JACK POWE R SW 5CH OUTPUT POWER SCH 5.5A.

0 Page 13 of 18 13 .1 3000 Chapter 4.Service Guide SW-HF5. Exploded View Host (Woofer) 9 1 17 16 15 2 6 14 3 4 7 5 8 12 10 11 Version 1.

1 3000 Satellite (center) 1 3 5 4 2 Satellite (front & rear) 1 3 4 2 Version 1.Service Guide SW-HF5.0 Page 14 of 18 .

SW-HF5. SW-HF5. SW-HF5.1 3000 1 SET 22 Round Red type Label (NO CARTON) 1 PC 23 S/N LABEL (NO CARTON&WOOFEWR) 2 PC 24 MANUAL SW-HK5.1 3000/SATE 1 PC 27 PE BAG. 1 PC 14VAC&3.4A.0 Page 15 of 18 Part No .5A 18 AUDIO CABLE.1 3000 1 PC 11 IC TDA2050 1 PC 12 IC TDA7372B 3 PC 13 IC TDA7245 1 PC 14 IC TC4066 3 PC 15 IC PT2258 1 PC 16 SPEAKER UNIT A-309-18 OHM/3” 2 PC 17 TRANSFORMER.1 3000 Chapter 5. SW-HF5.1 3000/BODY/SATELLITE-FL 1 PC 2 SW-HF5. Ø10/SATE 20 PC 8 SW-HF5.1 3000 3 PC 19 AUDIO CABLE. SW-HF5. SW-HF5.1 3000 3 PC 20 CARTON.1 3000/BODY/SATELLITE-CEN 1 PC 6 SPEAKER UNIT A-309 4 OHM/3” 4 PC 7 RUBBER.1 3000 1 PC 25 PE BAG.1 3000 1 PC 28 PE BAG. POWER CORD. 1ST to 2RCA. 2RCA to 2RCA.1 3000/BODY/SATELLITE-FR 1 PC 3 SW-HF5.1 3000 1 PC 26 PE BAG. SW-HF5. SW-HF5.1 3000 1 PC Version 1. 230V: 18VACx2&1.1 3000 2 PC 21 CUSHION. AUDIO CABLE 1 PC 29 CARDBOARD. Part List NO DESCRIPTION Qty UNIT 1 SW-HF5. ENGLISH.Service Guide SW-HF5.1 3000/BODY/WOOFER/230V-EU 1 PC 9 SPEAKER UNIT5”25 4 OHM 30W 1 PC 10 PCBA SW-HF5.1 3000/BODY/SATELLITE-RL 1 PC 4 SW-HF5.1 3000/BODY/SATELLITE-RR 1 PC 5 SW-HF5.

1K C303 33P 5 6 U3B AM4558 7 RR7 RR6 RR5 RR4 RR3 RR2 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 4 22 23 5 7 21 6 8 19 20 18 9 11 16 17 10 12 15 13 14 D5 1N4148 5 6 C104 10uF/50V C304 10uF/50V C404 10uF/50V C608 10uF/50V Q3 C945 + _ U5B AM4558 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 IN1 OUT 2 OUT 1 SUB1 IN2 DGND CODE2 GND REF VCC CODE1 OUT 3 SCL IN3 SDA OUT 5 OUT 4 OUT 6 IN4 U9 PT2 258 IN5 IN6 1 2 3 4 5 6 20 19 18 17 16 14 15 12 13 11 C205 10uF/50V 10uF/50V C305 10uF/50V C105 10uF/50V RC5 R106 100K C405 10uF/50V C505 10uF/50V C609 10uF/50V CON2 CON1 +9V PR4 68K PR5 2. 5W ) RR12 1K RR19 1K RR14 680 RR15 680 RR16 680 RR17 680 RR18 680 R611 22K C607 223.C -9V FR1 1 3 27 2 5 3 13 9 6 10 12 14 2 13 3 5 9 6 10 12 14 2 13 3 5 6 9 10 12 PC18 104.1CH W IN R701 47K R801 C801 47K 221.C C601 221.6K C503 33P U4A AM4558 1 +9V + _ R705 68K R707 68K R706 110K R806 110K R807 68K R805 68K CON5 2CH 5.0 2 GND 1 R501 47K R601 47K C701 221.C C401 221.33uF/50V U14 LM7809 OUT IN OUT PC24 CC104 +9V PC12 104.2K _ + R703 -9V 4. Schematic Diagram .C101 221.1CH SR IN R301 47K R401 47K R502 22K R402 C402 10uF/50V 22K C502 10uF/50V 3 R602 22K 2 U4B AM4558 7 8 4 8 4 5.C C602 10uF/50V R702 C702 10uF/50V 6.C R802 C802 10uF/50V 6.7K R804 68K CON1 CON2 RC2 33P RR9 680 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 TO Ke ystoke PCB Page 16 of 18 LED1 STAND-BY Version 1.M C204 10uF/50V +9V C504 10uF/50V R105 R205R305 R405R505R613 100K 100K100K 100K100K100K C604 102.C +9V _ + U3A AM4558 + 1 _ -9V 5 R704 68K CON2 CON4 CON6 CON3 RR20 1K RR21 1K Q2 S9015 R206 100K 8 8 4 6 R603 13K C603 33P R403 5.7K RR13 680 SCL SDA 5.M PR3 100 PC17 ZD1 100uF/ 16V 5V1(0.1C H PR7 68K 2CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 PC23 10uF/50V -9V PC20 1uF/50V 3 +9V IN 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -18V +18V FR FL SL SR C W TO POWER& AMP PCB PC11 0.2K SW1 POWER SW2 VOL + SW3 VOL - 5.1K C403 33P 3 2 R503 5.C 24 25 2 14 SCL +9V U1B AM4558 7 U1A AM4558 1 _ U2A AM4558 + 1 +9V _ + -9V R203 5.1CH SL IN 5.1CH C I N C501 221.C RR10 680 1 2 5.1C H /AUX SW4 R306 100K R101 47K R201 47K C301 221.1CH RR11 4.2uF/50V U15 LM7909 1 2 3 4 AUX LED3 LED2 TO POWER& AMP PCB +18V-18V POWE R LED5 VOL 1 LED7 VOL LED60 VOL LED82 AC3 LED4 She et of Dra wn By: MUTE Re vision VOL LED93 VOL 4 Input SCH 13-Dec -2004 E:\D\HN680B \680A& B.2K 5.C 3 PC19 2.2K C803 33P PR10 330 1 2 3 4 5 6 PC25 104.Ddb Num be r R406 R506 R614 100K 100K 100K Q5 C945 O/P GND VDD U16 IRR X Date : File : A2 Size Titl e PC22 PR9 1uF/50V 10K Q6 9015 PC21 1uF/50V PR6 10K Q4 9015 1 2 3 Q7 C945 PR8 2.C Spe aker OUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 RR8 680 POWER 8 4 4 SDA 2CH R IN 2CH L IN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TO Ke ystoke PCB SW-HF5.1 3000 Service Guide Chapter 6.2K 3 2 FR1 RC3 33P RC4 33P XL 6MHZ RC1 10uF/50V SUB1 C1 SL1 SR1 FL1 +9V + _ U5A AM4558 1 R607 22K R610 22K C606 103.1CH FL IN 5.7K C703 33P 5 6 R803 4.C R102 22K R302 22K R202 22K PC15 100uF/ 16V C102 10uF/50V PC16 100uF/ 16V C202 10uF/50V C302 10uF/50V 3 2 R1033 5.1K C203 33P 3 2 R303 5.1CH FR IN 5.1K C103 33P 5 6 + _ U2B AM4558 7 -9V + _ R104 100 R204 100 R304 100 R404 100 R504 100 R604 100 CON2 1 4 8 11 8 4 1 7 11 8 4 1 PC14 100uF/ 16V 7 CON5 -9V CON4 CON3 -9V CON6 11 7 -9V I/O I/O I/O I/O Vss I/O I/O I/O I/O Vss I/O I/O I/O I/O Vss O/I CON O/I CON O/I CON O/I Vdd U6 CD4066B SWA SWB SWC SWD CON Vdd O/I O/I CON O/I CON O/I CON U7 CD4066B SWA SWB SWC SWD CON O/I Vdd CON O/I CON O/I CON O/I CON U8 CD4066B SWA SWB SWC SWD +9V PC13 100uF/ 16V RR1 27K 28 FL1 SR1 SL1 C1 26 U10 EM78P4 47 R605 100K R606 1K R608 6.C C201 221.

SW-HF5.M C406 1 2 3 4 2 1 POWE R TO POWER&AMP PCB +18V-18V PC31 47uF/16V 8 5 PR14 22K 13 8 PC30 10uF/50V 9 FL SR SL 224.M STANDBY MUTE PC35 47uF/16V PR11 22K PR13 22K 4 7 5 12 10 11 3 U12 2 A4 A3 A2 A1 TDA7245A 2.7uF/50V(NP) +17V S1 SW SPST 1 2 3 4 5 J8 POWE R-IN VDD PC36 470uF/ 35V R618 2. Schematic Diagram 9 4 PC34 22uF/16V C506 224.C R507 27K R508 270 PC27 104.25" 4OHM 30W K1 REL AY-SPST D4 1N4001 K2 REL AY-DPDT 2 4 2 4 2 4 Titl e B Size PR2 1K PC1 470uF/ 35V PC2 470uF/ 35V PC3 2200uF/35V PC4 2200uF/35V +18V -18V VDD VSS VCC Revision Power&AMP SCH PC7 4700uF/25V POWE R Number Page 17 of 18 Version 1.1 3000 Service Guide Chapter 6.2uF/50V C507 6 MUTE PC33 104.2 C612 474.M D6 6A1 PC26 1000uF/25V C107 1000uF/16V C207 1000uF/16V C307 1000uF/16V C407 1000uF/16V TDA7372A OUT PUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 W AC-IN 1 2 1 2 R617 680 + - C611 22uF/16V U17 LM7812 INOUT PC37 104.C T1 TRANS6 3 5 3 C610 F1 2A/250V PC8 0.C C106 224.M FR FL SR SL C W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 INPUT 3 6 7 .2 C508 104.M PC29 PC28 10uF/50V 104.C U11 1 2 15 14 VCC VCC 1000uF/16V C509 PC32 100uF/ 25V R509 2.33uF/50V 1 R615 22K 4.C PC10 104.M VSS PC38 470uF/ 35V 12V 3 1 3 1 3 1 AC V- D3 RS602 AC V+ Q1 C945 AC V- D2 RS405 AC V+ AC V- D1 RS202 AC V+ 5.0 C PR12 22K FR C206 224.M C306 224.C U13 4 TDA2050 12V R616 22K PC39 104.

1 Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by Post PCB assembly is a kind of sophisticated electronic circuit board. Version 1. it would be recommended to take the necessary parts form one speaker system.0 Page 18 of 18 . in order to avoid static electricity. hence it is necessary to pack each PCB assembly with a separate static protecting bag. Well packing will be required when sending them by post.Service Guide SW-HF5.1 3000 Chapter 7. Important Notes 7. in that it would avoid unnecessarily lost or damage.2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker System If you are short of spare parts when you have some speaker systems waiting to be repaired. 7. * Some sophisticated IC components are mounted on the PCB assembly. so that you may have the as many speaker systems. * Reliable external packing is also very important when sending PCB assembly by post.