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DVD Player DVP3140,DVP3142(K),DVP3144

DVP3140/37
DVP3142/12/51/55
DVP3142K/55/77/78
DVP3144/12
DVP3144K/55

Service

Service Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
. Technical Specifications..............1-2
. Safety Instruction, Warning & Notes.......... 1-3 .

. Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions........................2-1


. Region Code, Software Version& Upgrades.................3-1
. Trouble Shooting Chart..4-1
. Wiring Diagram......,5-1
. Electrical Diagrams and Print-layouts.........6-1
. Set Mechanical Exploded view....................... 7-1 .

. Revision List...................8-1

Copyright 2007 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands


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Published by TCLET 0738 Service Audio Printed in The Netherlands Subject to modification 3139 785 32451

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Version 1.1
1-2

Technical Specifications

TV standard (PAL/50Hz) (NTSC/60Hz) Audio performance

Number of lines 625 525 DA converter 24bits, 192KHz


Playback Multi standard (PAL/NTSC) DVD fs 96kHz 4Hz----44kHz
fs 48kHz 4Hz----22kHz
SVCD fs 48kHz 4Hz----22kHz
Video performance fs 44.1kHz 4Hz----20kHz
CD/ VCD fs 44.1kHz 4Hz----20kHz
Video DAC 12 bit, 108MHz Signal-Noise (1kHz) >90dB
YPbPr: 0.7Vpp ---- 75 ohm Dynamic Range (1kHz) >80dB
Video output 1Vpp ----- 75 ohm Cross talk (1kHz) >70dB
RGB(SCART) 0.7Vpp ---- 75 ohm Distortion/Noise (1kHz) >65dB
MPEG MP3 MPEG Audio L3

Video format
Digital Compression MPEG 2 for DVD,SVCD Connections
MPEG 1 for VCD Scart Oupput Euroconnector
;

Div YpbPr output Cinch 3x


Video output Cinch( yellow)
DVD 50Hz 60Hz Audio output (L+R ) Cinch (white/red)
Horiz resolution 720 pixels 720 pixels Digital output 1 coaxial
Vertical resolution 576lines 480 lines IEC60958 for CDDA/ LPCM
IEC61937 for MPEG1/2,
Dolby Digital
VCD 50Hz 60Hz
Horiz. resolution 352 pixels 352 pixels
Vertical resolution 288lines 240 lines Cabinet
Dimensions (w X h X d) 360 x 38 x 209 mm

Audio format 360 x 37 x 209 mm (Only for DVP3142K/XX)


Weight Approximately 1.35 kg
Digital MPEG/AC-3/ Compressed
PCM Digital
16, 20, 24bits Power consumption
fs, 44.1, 48, 96KHz
MP3(ISO 9660) 96,112,128,256kbps Power supply Rating 110V-240V;
& variable bit rate fs,32, 50/60HZ
44.1,48 kHz Power consumption <10W
Power consumption in standby mode <1W
Analogue Sound Stereo
Dolby surround compatible downmix from Dolby Digital multi-channel
sound Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
1-3

Safety instruction, Warning & Notes


Safety instruction
2.Laser safety
1. General safety

This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel


Safety regulations require that during a repair:
may remove the cover, or attempt to service this device
. Connect the unit to the mains via an isolation transformer.
(due to possible eye injury).
. Replace safety components indicated by the symbol ,
Laser device unit
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
Type : Semiconductor laser GaAlAs
other component substitution (other than original type)
Wavelength : 650nm (DVD)
may increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
: 780nm (VCD/CD)
Output power : 7mW (DVD)
Safety regulations require that after a repair, you must
: 10mW (DVD /CD)
return the unit in its original condition. Pay, in particular,
Beam divergence: 60 degree
attention to the following points:
Note: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
. Route the wires/cables correctly, and fix them with the
procedure other than those specified herein, may result in
mounted cable clamps.
hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid direct exposure to
. Check the insulation of the mains lead for external
beam.
damage.
. Check the electrical DC resistance between the mains
plug and the secondary side:
1) Unplug the mains cord, and connect a wire between
the two pins of the mains plug.
2) Set the mains switch the on position (keep the
mains cord unplug).
3) Measure the resistance value between the mains
plug and the front panel, controls, and chassis
bottom.
4) Repair or correct unit
when the resistance
.
measurement is less than 1M
5) Verify this, before you return the unit to the
customer/user (ref. UL-standard no. 1492).
6) Switch the unit off, and remove the wire between
the two pins of the mains plug.
1-4

Warning
1.General 2. Laser

. All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to . The use of optical instruments with this product, will
electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handing during increase eye hazard.
repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, during . Only qualified service personnel may remove the cover
repair, you are at the same potential as the mass of the or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye
set by a wristband with resistance. Keep components and injury.
tools at this same potential. Available ESD protection . Repair handing should take place as much as possible
equipment: with a disc loaded inside the player.
1) Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband, . Text below is placed inside the unit, on the laser cover
connection box, extension cable and earth cable) shield:
4822 310 10671.
2) Wristband tester 4822 344 13999.
. Be careful during measurements in the live voltage CAUTION: VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER
section. The primary side of the power supply , including RADIATION WHEN OPEN, AVOID EXPOSURE
the heat sink, carries live mains voltage when you TO BEAM.
connect the player to the mains (even when the player is
off!). It is possible to touch copper tracks and/or
components in this unshielded primary area, when you Notes: Manufactured under licence from Dolby
service the player. Service personnel must take Laboratories. The double-D symbol is trademarks of Dolby
precautions to prevent touching this area or components Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
in this area. A lighting stroke and a stripe-marked
printing on the printed wiring board, indicate the primary
side of the power supply.
. Never replace modules, or components, while the unit is
on.
1-5

Notes
Lead-Free requirement for service

INDENTIFICATION: x Use only original spare-parts listed in the


Regardless of special logo (not always indicated) Service-Manuals. Not listed standard-material
(commodities) has to be purchased at external
One must treat all sets from 1.1.2005 onwards, according
next rules. companies.
x Special information for BGA-ICs:
Important note: In fact also products a little older can also
- always use the 12nc-recognizable soldering
be treated in this way as long as you avoid mixing
solder-alloys (leaded/ lead-free). So best to always use temperature profile of the specific BGA (for
SAC305 and the higher temperatures belong to this. de-soldering always use highest lead-free
temperature profile, in case of doubt)
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be
respected by the workshop during a repair: - lead free BGA-ICs will be delivered in so-called
x Use only lead-free solder alloy Philips SAC305 with dry-packaging (sealed pack including a silica gel
order code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder-paste is pack) to protect the IC against moisture. After
required, please contact the manufacturer of your opening, dependent of MSL-level seen on
solder-equipment. In general use of solder-paste within indicator-label in the bag, the BGA-IC possibly
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy still has to be baked dry. This will be
to store and to handle. communicated via AYS-website.
x Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free Do not re-use BGAs at all.
solder alloy. The solder tool must be able x For sets produced before 1.1.2005, containing
o To reach at least a solder-temperature of 400C, leaded soldering-tin and components, all needed
o To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the spare-parts will be available till the end of the
solder-tip service-period. For repair of such sets nothing
o To exchange solder-tips for different applications. changes.
x Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature around x On our website:
360C 380C is reached and stabilized at the solder www.atyourservice.ce.Philips.com
joint. Heating-time of the solder-joint should not exceed You find more information to:
~ 4 sec. Avoid temperatures above 400C otherwise BGA-de-/soldering (+ baking instructions)
wear-out of tips will rise drastically and flux-fluid will be Heating-profiles of BGAs and other ICs used in
destroyed. To avoid wear-out of tips switch off un-used Philips-sets
equipment, or reduce heat.
x Mix of lead-free solder alloy / parts with leaded solder You will find this and more technical information
alloy / parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends within the magazine, chapter workshop news.
strongly to avoid mixed For additional questions please contact your local
solder alloy types (leaded and lead-free). If one cannot repair-helpdesk.
avoid, clean carefully the
solder-joint from old solder alloy and re-solder with new
solder alloy (SAC305).
2-1

Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions


Dismantling Instruction

The following guidelines show how to dismantle the player.


Step1: Remove 5 screws around the Top Cover, then remove the Top Cover (Figure 1).

Figure 1

Step2: If it is necessary to dismantle Loader or Front Panel, It should be remove the Front door assembly first. (Figure 2)
Note: Make sure to operate gently otherwise the guider would be damaged.

Please kindly note that dismantle


the front door assembly carefully
to avoid damage tray and the
Figure 2
front door assembly.
2-2

Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions


Dismantling Instruction

Step3: If the tray cant open in normal way, you can make it through the instruction as below (Figure 3).
Note: Make sure to operate gently otherwise the guider would be damaged.

Push the guider until the tray out.


Make sure to operate gently to
Figure 3
avoid damage happening.

Step4: Dismantling Loader, disconnect the 3 connectors aiming in the below figure, and remove 1 screw at the
bottom of Loader. (Figure 4)

CON 1

CON 2

CON 3

Figure 4
2-3

Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions


Dismantling Instruction
Step5: Dismantling Front Panel, disconnect the 1 connector, then release the snaps on the both sides of Front Panel and bottom
cabinet , then gently pull the Panel out from the set. (Figure 5 & 6 & 7)

CON 5

CON 4

Figure 5

Snap 1
Snap 2

Figure 6 Figure 7
2-4

Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions


Dismantling Instruction
Step6: Dismantling Main Board, first disconnect the connector, and then remove 4 screws. (Figure 8)

CON 6

Figure 8

Step7: Remove the 2 screws on Power Board to dismantle the Power Board. (Figure 9)

Figure 9
3-1

Software upgrade
Preparation to upgrade software B. Read out the software versions to confirm upgrading
1) Start the CD Burning software and create a new CD 1) Power up the set and open the tray door.
project (Data Disc) with the following setting: 2) Press <9><6><6> button to check the software
Label: DVP3XXX (No need the label name) information.
Note: It is required capital letter for the File System The software version and other information are display
name, and it no need have the File name during on the TV screen as follows:
start the CD burning software for Zoran project. BE Version: DVP3XXXXX_XX.XX
2) Burn the data onto a blank CDR FE Version: DCX.XXXXXX.XX.XX
DSP Version: DSP.XX
Region Code: X

A. Procedure for software upgrade:


1) Power up the set and insert the prepared Upgrade
Caution: The set must not be power off during
CDR.
upgrading, Otherwise the Main board will be
2) The set will start reading disc & response with the
damaged entirely.
following display TV screen:
Loading
Firmware Upgrade Erase and program.
Start Cancel
Select Start to start upgrade.
3) Press <OK> button to confirm, then screen will display :
Firmware Upgrade Programming, Please Wait...
Do not Switch the Player Off !
4) The upgraded disc will automatically out when files
coping complete, then take out the disc.
5) About 1 minute later, the trace will automatically close
when upgrading complete.
4-1 Trouble shooting chart
Spindle motor does not move Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

Motor no move

Go

Check the FFC connection No Correct connection


between 24P and the loader.

Yes

Check whether RFA5V No Check the RFA5V power


(+5V) voltage is normal. supply

Yes

Check whether laser voltage


No Check/Replace Q2Q3.
(2.3V for DVD & 1.9V for CD)

on Collector of Q2 and Q3

Yes

1.Whether voltage on pin 129 of U1


varies between 0 and 3.3V (3.3V for No
CD and 0V for DVD), Check/ Replace U1.
2.Whether peripheral components
are eroded or badly soldered.

Yes

1. Check U1 182pin
No FOCUS_PWM signals
Have no focus
2.If there are F+, F-, T+ and T-
signals output from U7.

Yes
FOCUS_PWN waveform
Check/Replace the loader
4-2 Trouble shooting chart
The power can not be on or off Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

The power cant be


on or off

Go

Check the power supply No


Repair the power board
on the power board is
normal.

Yes

Check if the CON301 on


Check/Correct
the front board to CN5 on
No
Yes connection
the decoder board is in

good contact.

Yes

Whether the connection No


Correct the connection
to K301 is broken.

Yes

Whether there is 0V and No


3.3V voltage difference on Replace U1.
Pin 94 PCON of U1.

Yes
4-3 Trouble shooting chart
All output voltages on the power board is 0V or deviated. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

All output voltages on


the power board is 0V or
deviated

Yes

Check whether Yes


Replace F1
F1 is blown

No

No Replace C1&C2 if D1, D2, D3, D4 are


Check whether there is

300V on C1 and C2. normal.

Yes

Check whether 100KHz No


oscillating signal on Check/ replace U1.
Pin6 of U1
U1(PIN 3 - RC waveform) U1(PIN 8 - Drain waveform)

Yes

Check if +5V, , +12V and -12V No Check whether U1 are eroded.


are short.

Yes

Check whether the components in the


short-circuit voltage are defected or eroded.
4-4 Trouble shooting chart
Disc cannot be read. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

Disc cannot be read.

Yes

No
Check the FFC connection
Check the loaded circuit
between 24P and the loader.

Yes

1.Check voltage on pin 100 of U1 varies


between 0 and 3.3V:
Check whether there is laser No 3.3V for CD
voltage (2.3V for DVD and 1.9V
0V for DVD
for CD) on Collector of Q2 &Q3
2.Check whether peripheral components
are eroded or defect

Yes

Check U1, U7, and No


peripheral components are Re-solder or replace the defective parts
eroded or badly soldered.

Yes

Check if there is RFO signal on No


pin10 of CN2. (The normal RFO
Check U1 and peripheral components
signal is a clear reticulated wave)

Yes

Check the connection No


Correct connection
between U1

Yes

Replace U1 or loader.
4-5 Trouble shooting chart
Only DVD disc or only disc except DVD can be played Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

Only DVD disc, or only disc

except DVD can be Played.

Go

Check the FFC No Check the loaded circuit


connection between
24pin and the loader.

Yes

Check laser voltage (2.3V) output Check the solder status on U1 and
No
on Collector of Q2, if pin181 of peripheral components
U1is at low level.

Yes

Check whether there No


check if bad solder exist on U1 and
is voltage variance on
pin 182 of U1. peripheral components

Yes

Check whether pins of U1 and No


peripheral components are Replace the bad spare parts
badly soldered, defected

Yes

Check Q2 whether No
in good condition Correct connection

Yes

Change U1 or the loader.


4-6 Trouble shooting chart
No display on LED, and buttons do not work Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX
No display on LED, and
buttons do not work

Yes

Check whether there is


No
correct contact between
CON301 and CN5
Correct connection

Yes

Check VCC(+5v) voltage No Fix power supply board top


on the power and front a power supply for should
board electric circuit

Yes

Check there are CS, DATA No Check the U1s pin 131,132,133
and CLK signals on CON301
arrive the CN5 connect condition
on the front board.

CN5 (PIN 2 CLK) CN5 (PIN4 DOUT)

Yes

1.Check whether bad solder exists on


U301 and pins of LED,
2.Check whether the circuit connected to No
Correct connection
K302, K303, K304 and K301 is broken,
3.Check whether R300, R301 and R302
are open-circuit.

Yes

Replace U301 or LED


4-7 Trouble shooting chart
Distorted audio and loud noise Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX
Distorted audio and
loud noise

Yes

Check the power supply No


voltages +12V and -12V Correct connection
to the decode board are
normal.

Yes

Check whether the No


muting transistor R65 Replace R65 and R67
andR67 are normal

Yes

Check whether the muting No


transistor Q17,Q18, are Replace Q17~Q18
normal

Yes

Checking the U15 leads No


the feet has no to break Correct connection
to open

Yes
No
Replace U1

if the clock signal AOUT0,


ABCK and ALRCK output SACLK waveform SBCLK waveform SSLRCK waveform
by U1 are normal

Yes

No
Check whether the U1 or
Check U15
U15 powersupply normal

Yes

Replace U1 or U15
4-8 Trouble shooting chart
Abnormal color of video picture Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

Abnormal color of
video picture

Yes

Check whether the 27MHz No


output signal is normal. Check Y1, R13, C38 and C39

Yes

Check whether the 3.3V No


and 1.8V power supply Check other of power supply electric
voltages on the decoder circuit
board are normal.

Yes

Check whether the


No
video filter network Correct the connection
circuit is normal.

Yes

No
Check if the video signals on Pin change U1
147,149,151,152,154 of U1 are normal
4-9 Trouble shooting chart
Remote reception is insensitive or fails. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

Remote reception is
insensitive or fails.

Go

Check if the remote No


Check battery
control works properly.

Yes

Check if the power supply No


voltage to the remote censor Check R315C315
is normal

Yes

Use an oscilloscope to check if there is


No
output waveform from the first pin IR of the
REM301(PIN1 - RC waveform)
remote censor after pressing button on the
remote control.

Yes

Check if there is IR Yes


Change U1
signal on pin 134 of U1

IR waveform

No

Correct connection
4-10 Trouble shooting chart
No video picture, no sound. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3140/XX

No video picture,
no sound.

Go

Check whether all the voltages No


from the power board to the Check the loaded circuit CVBS(R21 point) waveform
decoder board are normal.

Yes

Check if the reset circuit consisting


No
ofEC9, D1 and Q1 is normal (at a
Change EC9, D1and Q1.
high level for tens of milliseconds,
then constantly at 0V).

27Mhz waveform
Yes
Crystal oscillator Y1 and
Check whether there is
No
peripheral components
27MHz signal output.
are defected or eroded.
Yes

Check if there is 135MHz No Check whether


short-circuit or bad
signal output on R2.
solder on U2,U4

SDRAM(R2 PCLK) waveform

Yes
No
Yes

Check if short-circuit and No


Check U1.
bad solder exist on Pin
151

Yes

Reconnect the component in


4-11 Trouble shooting chart
Spindle motor does not move
Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
Motor no move DVP3144(K)/XX

Go

Check the FFC connection No Correct connection


between 24P and the loader.

Yes

Check whether RFA5V No Check the RFA5V power


(+5V) voltage is normal. supply

Yes

Check whether laser voltage


No Check/Replace Q2Q3.
(2.3V for DVD & 1.9V for CD)

on Collector of Q2 and Q3

Yes

1.Whether voltage on pin 129 of U1


varies between 0 and 3.3V (3.3V for
No Check/ Replace U1.
CD and 0V for DVD),
2.Whether peripheral components
are eroded or badly soldered.

Yes

1. Check U1 182pin
No FOCUS_PWM signals
Have no focus
2. If there are F+, F-, T+ and T-
signals output from U7.

Yes
FOCUS_PWN waveform
Check/Replace the loader
4-12 Trouble shooting chart
The power can not be on or off Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX
The power cant be
on or off

Go

Check the power supply No


Repair the power board
on the power board is
normal.

Yes

Check if the CON301 on

the front board to CN5 on


No
Yes Check/Correct connection
the decoder board is in

good contact.

Yes

Whether the connection No


Correct the connection
to K301 is broken.

Yes

Whether there is 0V and No


Replace U1.
3.3V voltage difference on
Pin 94 PCON of U1.

Yes
4-13 Trouble shooting chart
All output voltages on the power board is 0V or deviated. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX

All output voltages on


the power board is 0V or
deviated

Yes

Check whether Yes


Replace F1
F1 is blown

No

Check whether there is


No Replace C1&C2 if D1, D2, D3, D4 are

300V on C1 or C2. normal.

Yes

Check whether 100KHz No


oscillating signal on Check/ replace U1.
Pin6 of U1
U1(PIN 3 - RC waveform) U1(PIN 8 - Drain waveform)

Yes

Check if +5V, , +12V and -12V No Check whether U1 are eroded.


are short.

Yes

Check whether the components in the


short-circuit voltage are defected or eroded.
4-14 Trouble shooting chart
Disc cannot be read. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX
Disc cannot be read.

Yes

Check the FFC connection No


Check the loaded circuit
between 24P and the loader.

Yes

1.Check voltage on pin 100 of U1 varies


between 0 and 3.3V:
Check whether there is laser No 3.3V for CD
voltage (2.3V for DVD and 1.9V
0V for DVD
for CD) on Collector of Q2 &Q3
2.Check whether peripheral components
are eroded or defect

Yes

Check U1, U7, and No


peripheral components are Re-solder or replace the defective parts
eroded or badly soldered.

Yes

Check if there is RFO signal on No


pin10 of CN2. (The normal RFO
Check U1 and peripheral components
signal is a clear reticulated wave)

Yes

Check the connection No


Correct connection
between U1

Yes

Replace U1 or loader.
4-15 Trouble shooting chart
Only DVD disc or only disc except DVD can be played Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX
Only DVD disc, or only disc

except DVD can be Played.

Go

Check the FFC No Check the loaded circuit


connection between
24pin and the loader.

Yes

Check laser voltage (2.3V) output Check the solder status on U1 and
No
on Collector of Q2, if pin181 of peripheral components
U1is at low level.

Yes

Check whether there No


check if bad solder exist on U1 and
is voltage variance on
pin 182 of U1. peripheral components

Yes

Check whether pins of U1 and No


peripheral components are
badly soldered, defected
Replace the bad spare parts

Yes

Check Q2 whether No
in good condition Correct connection

Yes

Change U1 or the loader.


4-16 Trouble shooting chart
No display on LED, and buttons do not work Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
No display on LED, and DVP3144(K)/XX
buttons do not work

Yes

Check whether there is


No
correct contact between
CON301 and CN5
Correct connection

Yes

Check VCC(+5v) voltage No Fix power supply board top


on the power and front a power supply for should
board electric circuit

Yes

Check there are CS, DATA No Check the U1s pin 131,132,133
and CLK signals on CON301
arrive the CN5 connect condition
on the front board.

CN5 (PIN 2 CLK) CN5 (PIN4 DOUT)

Yes

1.Check whether bad solder exists on


U301 and pins of LED,
No
2.Check whether the circuit connected to
Correct connection
K302, K303, K304 and K301 is broken,
3.Check whether R300, R301 and R302
are open-circuit.

Yes

Replace U301 or LED


4-17 Trouble shooting chart
Distorted audio and loud noise Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX
Distorted audio and
loud noise

Yes

Check the power supply voltages No


+12V to the operation amplifying
Check Q27
Q27 and -12V are normal.

Yes

Check whether the No


muting transistor R176 Replace R176 and R175
andR175 are normal

Yes

Check whether the No


muting transistor
Replace Q17~Q18
Q17,Q18, are normal

Yes

Checking the U15 leads No


the feet has no to break to Correct connection
open

No
Yes Replace U1

if the clock signal AOUT0, SACLK waveform SBCLK waveform SSLRCK waveform
ABCK and ALRCK output
by U1 are normal

Yes

No
Check whether the U1 or Check U15
U15 powersupply normal

Yes

Replace U1 or U15
4-18 Trouble shooting chart
Abnormal color of video picture Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX

Abnormal color of
video picture

Yes

Check whether the No


Check Y1, R13, C38 and C39
27MHz output signal

Yes

Check whether the 3.3V


No Check other of power supply electric
and 1.8V power supply
voltages on the decoder circuit
board are normal.

Yes

Check whether the


video filter network No
Correct the connection
circuit is normal.

Yes

Check if the video signals on Pin No


change U1
147,149,151,152,154 of U1 are normal
4-19 Trouble shooting chart
Remote reception is insensitive or fails. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX

Remote reception is
insensitive or fails.

Go

Check if the remote No Check battery


control works properly.

Yes

Check if the power supply No


voltage to the remote censor Check R315C315
is normal

Yes

Use an oscilloscope to check if there is


No
output waveform from the first pin IR of
REM301(PIN1 - RC waveform)
the remote censor after pressing
button on the remote control.

Yes

Check if there is IR Yes


Change U1
signal on pin 134 of U1

IR waveform

No

Correct connection
4-20 Trouble shooting chart
No video picture, no sound. Remark: Trouble shooting chart for
DVP3142(K)/XX
DVP3144(K)/XX
No video picture,
no sound.

Check whether all the voltages No


from the power board to the Check the loaded circuit CVBS(R21 point) waveform
decoder board are normal.

Yes

Check if the reset circuit consisting


No
ofEC9, D1 and Q1 is normal (at a
Change EC9, D1and Q1.
high level for tens of milliseconds,
then constantly at 0V).

27Mhz waveform
Yes
Crystal oscillator Y1 and
Check whether there is
No
peripheral components
27MHz signal output.
are defected or eroded.
Yes

Check if there is 135MHz No Check whether


short-circuit or bad
signal output on R2.
solder on U2,U4

SDRAM(R2 PCLK) waveform

Yes No

Check if short-circuit and No


Check U1.
bad solder exist on Pin
151

Yes

Yes
Reconnect the component in
5-1 5-1

5 4 3 2 1

DVP3140/XX WIRING DIAGRAM

D AC IN D

CN6 PR Y CN7
COAX L&R

CON1
Pb CVBS

1 1
1 AUDIO
GND_LD VIDEO
DVD_LD AMP&LPF +5V
NC(C-GND) LPF&DRIVE
OPU_HFM(-RFA5V) +5V
MD(C-GND)
CD-LD GND
VR_DVD
VR_CD GND
NC(C-GND) POWER
RF_E +12V
SUPPLY
(TCL)TDM-1 + KHM313

VCC(-RFA5V)
VC CN1 GND
GND
RF_F -12V
DVD LOADER

C
RF_B CON2 C
RF_A

16M SDRAM
RF
CD/DVD U1 7 7
RF_D
RF_C
TACT- ZR36966D
TACT+
FACT+
TACT-
CN2
24 U2

1
SP-
SP+
AM5888S

HOMESW
DRIVER

GND
MOTOR

SL-
SL+ CN4
6

1
LOAD- U7
LOAD+
OUTSW 8M FLASH EEPROM
GND
B INSW U4 U5 B

5
CN3

1 9 CN5
LED+5V
POWER_K
CLK
CS
DATA

DV33
IR

GND
GND

CN3012 GND 1 9 1
CON301
SWITCH
POWER_K
BOARD LED1 LED Display
1 2
CON302 Key-matrix

A
LED DRIVE A
IR Receiver
ET6202
U301
REM301

5 4 3 2 1
5-2 5-2

5 4 3 2 1

DVP3142(K)/XX ,DVP3144(K)/XX WIRING DIAGRAM


AC IN
CN8 CN6 PR Y CN7
SCART COAX L&R
D D

CON1
Pb CVBS

VIDEO SWITCH 1 1
1 TS5V33 AUDIO
GND_LD U16 VIDEO
DVD_LD AMP&LPF +5V
NC(C-GND) LPF&DRIVE
OPU_HFM(-RFA5V) +5V
MD(C-GND)
CD-LD GND
VR_DVD AUDIO D/A
VR_CD GND
NC(C-GND) AK4385 U9 POWER
RF_E +12V
SUPPLY
(TCL)TDM-1 + KHM313

VCC(-RFA5V)
VC CN1 GND
GND
RF_F -12V
DVD LOADER

RF_B CON2
RF_A

16M SDRAM
RF
CD/DVD U1 7 7
RF_D
C RF_C C
TACT- ZR36966D
TACT+
FACT+ CN2
TACT-

24 U2

1
SP-
SP+

AM5888S
HOMESW
GND DRIVER
MOTOR
SL- KARAOKE A/D
SL+ CN4 CS5340 U13
6

1
LOAD- U7
LOAD+
OUTSW 16M FLASH EEPROM
GND
INSW U4 U5
5
CN3

B B

1 9 CN5 1 4 CN9
LED+5V
POWER_K
CLK
CS
DATA

DV33
IR

-12V
AGND
GND

MIC

+5V
GND

CN3012 GND 1 9 1 CON301 1 4


SWITCH OK BOARD
POWER_K CN601
BOARD LED1 LED Display
1 2
CON302 Key-matrix
KARAOKE AMP
LED DRIVE
IR Receiver
ET6202
U301
REM301
A A

Remark:DVP3142 have no Karaoke.


Only version DVP3142/12 EU hold the SCART output and external DAC AK4385 output.

5 4 3 2 1
6-1 6-1

A B C D E

Front Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX, DVP3142(K)/XX, DVP3144(K)/XX

1 1
C300 B2
C301 B2
C302 B2
DV33 C303 B2
REM301 R315
3 C306 B1
VCC GND
GND 2 100 ohm 1 C314 A1
1 IR POWER_K
IR 2
+ C315 B1
FROM MAIN BOARD REM
C306 CE301 C316 C1
C315 0.1u 47uF CON302 CE300 C2
CON301 47p CON2(2.0) C316
47p CE301 B1
GND
1 5V
CON301 A1
2
3
IR CON302 C1
DV33
4 GND 5V D301 D2
5 DATA
6 D302 D2
CS
7 CLK K302 E3
8 POWER_K R303 R304 R305 5VL
9 K303 E2
K304 D2
CON9(2.0)
C314 LED1 E2
2 2
47p R306 R300 B2
4K7 4K7 4K7 51K R301 B2
U301 R302 B2
ET6202 GRID[1:7] LED1
1 28 GRID1 1 R303 B2
DATA R300 100 OSC GND GRID1 GRID2 GRID1
2 DI/O GRID1 27 2 GRID2 R304 B2
CLK R301 100 3 26 GRID2 GRID3 3
CS R302 100 CLK GRID2 GRID4 GRID3
4 STB GND 25 4 GRID4
R305 B2
R307 10K 5 24 GRID3 GRID5 5
R308 10K KEY1 GRID3 GRID4 GRID6 GRID5 R306 C1
6 KEY2 GRID4 23 6 GRID6
7 22 GRID7 7 R307 C2
C300 C301 C302 SEG1 VDD GND 5VL SEG1 GRID7
8 SEG1/KS1 VDD 21 8 SEG1
SEG2 9 20 GRID7 SEG2 9 R308 C2
100P 100P 100P SEG3 SEG2/KS2 SEG14/GRID5 GRID6 SEG3 SEG2
10 SEG3/KS3 SEG13/GRID6 19 10 SEG3 R315 B1
SEG4 11 18 GRID5 SEG4 11
SEG5 SEG4/KS4 SEG12/GRID7 SEG4
CE300 12 SEG5/KS5 SEG10/KS10 17 SEG5 12 SEG5
REM301 B1
C303 + SEG6 13 16 SEG6 13
14
SEG6/KS6 SEG9/KS9
15
SEG6 U301 D2
0.1u SEG7/KS7 SEG8/KS8
47uF JDD350501AG
SEG[1:9]

1N4148 D301
K304 K303 play/pause

KEY1
KEY2
3 1N4148 D302 KS1 3
open/close
K302 stop
KS2

4 4

A B C D E
6-2 6-2

A B C D E

OK Board Electric Diagram for DVP3142K/XX,DVP3144K/55

1 1
R210
-12V -12VA

150 CE201 C201 C200 A1


L200 22uF 0.1u C201 B1
VCC +5V C203 B2
FB500R
CE200 C200 C205 47p C204 C2
22uF 0.1u R205 68K
C205 C1
C206 D2
-12VA
C207 A2
C208 C2

4
MIC200 R200 R201 U200A C209 D2
2 2 2 -
CE200 A1
1
2 3 1.2K 2.2K 3 + CE201 B1 2
3

3
1 C203 NJM4558 5
CN601 D3
1

8
Q200 NJM4558

8
D200 A2
9014 1000p RP200 2 5 + MIC_OUT G1 A3
C208 410K C204 7
+5V 1uF/0805 100p 6
C207
- L200 A1
D200 U200B MIC200 A1

1
1uF/0805

4
1N4148 Q200 B2
R203 R204 R207 6.8K R200 B1
R201 B1
R202 1K 8.2K 4.7K R206 C206 47p R202 A2
3.9K R203 B2
C209
1uF/0805 R204 B2
R205 C1
3 3
R206 D2
R208 CN601
MIC_OUT
R207 D2
USB MIC 1
3 VCC USB_DN 2 R208 C3
G1 VCC 1K -12V
DATA- 4 3 R209 C3
5 USB_DP 4
DATA+ VCC
1 R209 5 R210 B1
GND USB_DN
GND 2 6
6 680 USB_DP 7
RP200 C2
GND
8 U200A C1
U200B D2
USB1.1
USB A3

4 4

A B C D E
6-3 6-3

Front Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3140/XX, DVP3142(K)/XX,DVP3144(K)/XX

Switch Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3140/XX, DVP3142(K)/XX,DVP3144(K)/XX

OK Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3142K/XX,DVP3144K/55


6-4 6-4

A B C D E

Power Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX, DVP3142K/XX,DVP3144(K)/ XX

D1 D4
F1 1N4007 1N4007 L1
T2AL/250ac 750uH
2
1 1
RV1
+
D8 B2
10K471
D9 B2
+

CON1 + +
AC INPUT C1 C2 F1 A1
D3 D2 22uF/250V 22uF/250V
1

FB1 B1
TR1 1N4007 1N4007
NTC 10 FB1
L1 B1
2.2uH L2 C3
R1 A2
D5 + C3 R10 B3
T1 FR102(NU) 10uF/50V(NU)
R11 A3
5 R12 C2
R2 B2
D6 R3 B2
R1 C5 R2 R3 1N4148 C4 CON2 R5 D3
4 6 +
56k 1/4W 222/400V 300K/1/4W 300K/1/4W 47uF/25V 8 R7 D3
-22V
7 -12V R8 B3
2 7 6 GND 2
3 5
R9 B3
+12V RV1 A1
4 GND
U1 D8 9 3 T1 B2
FSDH321 1N4007 D7 + GND
2 +5V TR1 A1
1N4148 C6 1
47uF/25V +5V U1 A2
8 U2 B3
D9 R12 C12 8X2.5 HEADER C1 B1
U3 B3
8

1N4007 22(NU) 102/50V(NU)


L2 C10 A3
2
Drain

Drain

Drain

Startup

12 6.8uH C11 C3
11 C12 C2
C2 B1
D10 + + C3 C1
GND

R5
Vcc

SR240 C7 C8
CS

C4 C2
FB

1 10
1000uF/16V 470uF/16V 12k 1%
C5 A2
R7 C6 C2
1

11.3k 1% C7 C3
3 3
C8 C3
R11
C9 A3
4

22 CON1 A1
U2 R8 CON2 D2
+ C10 PC123X92 2.2k CY1 B4
C9 0.1uF R9 C11
10uF/50V 10k 0.1uF D1 A1
3

D10 C3
D2 A1
3

R10
220 D3 A1
1 D4 A1
U3 D5 C1
CY1 TL431
D6 C2
102/400Vac
2

D7 C2

4 4

* CAUTION :
THE PARTS MARKED WITH ARE IMPORTANT PARTS ON THE SAFETY.
PLEASE USE THE PARTS HAVING THE DESIGNATED PARTS NUMBER WITHOUT FAIL.

A B C D E
6-5 6-5

Power Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3140/XX, DVP3142(K)/XX,DVP3144/XX


6-6 6-6

Power Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3144(K)/55


6-7 6-7

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX: Vaddis_SDRAM_Fla


Important power supply!

VDDPWM

RF_E

RF_B
RF_A
RF_F
SERVO33

RF_D
RF_C
R17 4.7R
Flash speed <= 70 nS. C24
10nF
If plan to use 90ns
Flash, it needs to be Crystal
verified by s/w. Use it to connect the shell of the crystal with ground.
FB6 110MA
U4 VDD1AFE
500Z
1 MEMADD15 MEMADD16 VDDAFE 1
1 A15 A16 48 DSPVCC33

15.4K 1%
MEMADD14 2 47 OSCOUT C39 22pF
A14 BYTE# VCCQ

SPDL_SENS+

SPDL_SENS-
0.1uF
MEMADD13 3 46 FOCUS_S R3 51K FB3
MEMADD12 A13 GND MEMDAT15 FOCUS_S TRACK_S R4 51K 500Z
4 A12 DQ15 45
MEMADD11 MEMDAT7 TRACK_S C27

LD_DVD

MD_DVD
5 A11 DQ7 44

LD_CD

MD_CD
MEMADD10 6 43 MEMDAT14 SPDL_S R5 22K 10nF
A10 DQ14 SPDL_S

VC
MEMADD9 7 42 MEMDAT6 SLED_S R6 51K
A9 DQ6 SLED_S

R7
C49
MEMADD8 8 41 MEMDAT13
MEMADD19 R39 0R A8 DQ13 MEMDAT5
9 NC A19 DQ5 40 40MA
MEMDAT12 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 1nF R14

TRACK_PWM
10 39

STBY_KEY
WPCON
MEMWR# A20 DQ12 MEMDAT4 220K Y1

FOCUS_PWM

SPDL_SENS+
11 38

SPDL_SENS-
WE# DQ4

SLED_PWM
SPDL_PWM
12 37 DSPVCC33 1nF 1nF 27nF 1nF C36 1nF RF VDDDAC 27.000MHz

I2C_CLK
I2C_DAT
DSPVCC33

RF_D
RF_C
RF DSPVCC33

RF_E

RF_B
RF_A
RF_F
DSPVCC33 RP# VCC MEMDAT11

MD_DVD
13 36 Third overtone

RESOUT
LD_DVD
VPP NC DQ11

MD_CD
LD_CD
14 35 MEMDAT3 C48 C50 FB4

VREF
WP# NC DQ3

RFN
R40 NM MEMDAT10 10nF 500Z

RFP
15 34 33pF

MEMDAT9
MEMDAT1
MEMDAT8
MEMDAT0

MEMADD0
A19 RY/BY#

MEMCS0#
DQ10

VC
OSCIN

MEMRD#
MEMADD18 16 33 MEMDAT2 C28 C38 22pF
A18 DQ2

100R
100R
MEMADD17 MEMDAT9 C51 10nF
17 A17 DQ9 32 Close to Vaddis!

VDD1AFE
VDDPWM
MEMADD7 18 31 MEMDAT1 Close to Vaddis! 15MA R13 390R

VDDAFE

VDDAFE
MEMADD6 A7 DQ1 MEMDAT8 0.1uF C100
19 A6 DQ8 30 Close to Pin37 of U4
MEMADD5 20 29 MEMDAT0 20pF
A5 DQ0

R8
R9
MEMADD4 21 28 MEMRD# VDDPLL
A4 OE# DSPVCC18
MEMADD3 22 27 DSPVCC18
MEMADD2 A3 GND MEMCS0# C30 FB5
MEMADD1
23
24
A2 CE# 26
25 MEMADD0 0.1uF 500Z
Close to Vaddis!
A1 A0 DSPVCC33

SST39VF800

214
213
212
211
210
209

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

257
256
255
254
253
252
251
[39VF400/800/160]
Flash select R39 R40 U1A

GPIO[57]/FCU_WAIT#
MEMRD#
MEMCS0#

GPIO[62]/FCU_IORD#
GPIO[61]/FCU_IOWR#

GPIO[59]/FCU_CS2#
GPIO[58]/FCU_CS3#
G
G
G
G
G
G

GPIO[9]/MEMDAT[9]
MEMDAT[1]
GPIO[8]/MEMDAT[8]
MEMDAT[0]

MEMADD[0]
GPIO[63]/MEMCS2#

GPIO[56]/FCU_RST

GNDC
VDDC

GPIO[53]/PWMCO[4]
GPIO[52]/PWMCO[3]
GPIO[51]/PWMCO[2]

GPIO[50]/PWMCO[1]

GPIO[49]/PWMCO[0]
IGPIO[54]/PWMCO[5]

DVD_LD
CD_LD
DVD_MD
CD_MD

VC

D
C

RFN
IGPIO[55]/FCU_IRQ

GNDREF
RESOUT
VREF

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
VDDP

GPIO[60]/FCU_SCLK

GNDPWM

VDDPWM

VDDSAFE

GND1AFE

GNDAFE

K
E
J

VDDAFE
B
A
VDD1AFE

RFP
Intel NM 0R 215 G G
250
216 249
G G
AMD/SST 0R NM 217 G G
248
218 G 247
G
219 G 246
G R10
220 G 245
G
392 Ohm 1%
MEMDAT2 1 156 Close to
MEMDAT10 MEMDAT[2] GNDDACBS2
MEMDAT3
2
3
MEMDAT[10]/GPIO[0] RSET
155
154
Vaddis C_B_U
C1 A3 FB1 A3
MEMDAT[3] DAC1 C_B_U
MEMADD2 MEMDAT11
MEMDAT4
4 MEMDAT[11]/GPIO[1] VDDDAC 153 VDDDAC
Y_R_V
C10 A2 FB3 D1
5 MEMDAT[4] DAC2 152 Y_R_V
DSPVCC33 MEMDAT12 6 MEMDAT[12]/GPIO[2] DAC3 151 CVBS_C
CVBS_C
C100 D1 FB30 B3
MEMADD1 MEMDAT5 7 150 VDDDAC
MEMDAT13 8
MEMDAT[5] VDDDAC
149 CVBS_G_Y C11 A2 FB4 D1
MEMDAT6 MEMDAT[13]/GPIO[3] DAC4 CVBS_G_Y
9 MEMDAT[6] GNDDAC_D 148 C15 C3 FB5 D1
MEMDAT14 10 147
MEMDAT[14]/GPIO[4] DAC5 OSCIN C16 C2 FB6 C1

75R 1%
75R 1%
75R 1%
75R 1%
BOOTSEL JP3 JP2 11 146

2
R41
1K
[NM]
R42
1K
[NM]
Play OPEN OPEN
MEMDAT7
MEMDAT15
12
13
14
GNDC
MEMDAT[7]
MEMDAT[15]
Vaddis 9 XIN
XO
VDDPLL
145
144
143
VDDPLL
OSCOUT
C17 B3 JP2 A2 2

Download OPEN CLOSE 15


VDDC
VDDP
GNDPLL
RESET# 142 RESET# C18 C2 JP3 A2

R19
R20
R21
R22
MEMADD16 16 141 C18 1nF
SW debug CLOSE OPEN 17
MEMADD[16] GNDC
140 C19 A3 Q1 C3
MEMADD15 MEMCS1#/GPIO[5] VDDC DUPRD1 C16
MEMADD14
18
19
MEMADD[15] GPIO[48]/DUPRD1 139
138
C2 A3 R1 B4
MEMADD[14] GPIO[47]/DUPTD1 100pF
MEMADD13
MEMADD12
20 MEMADD[13] GPIO[46]/DUPRD0 137 DUPRD0
DUPTD0
C20 A3 R10 C2
21 MEMADD[12] GPIO[45]/PWMCO[5]/DUPTD0 136
JP2 MEMADD11 22 MEMADD[11] VDDP 135 C21 A3 R11 A4
JP3 BOOTSEL1[NM] MEMADD10 23 134 IRRCV
BOOTSEL1[NM] MEMADD9 24
MEMADD[10] IGPIO[44]
133 FPC_DOUT
IRRCV C22 A3 R12 A3
MEMADD8 25
MEMADD[9]
MEMADD[8]
ZR36966 GPIO[43]/TDO
GPIO[42]/TCK 132 FPC_CLK FPC_DOUT
FPC_CLK C23 A3 R13 D1
MEMWR# 26 131 FPC_STB
MEMADD18 MEMWR# GPIO[41]/TDI/NMI INSW FPC_STB
MEMADD17
27
28
MEMADD[18]/GPIO[6] GPIO[40] 130
129 CD_DVD INSW C24 C1 R14 D1
MEMADD[17] GPIO[39] CD_DVD
MEMADD7 29 MEMADD[7] GPIO[38] 128 DRVSB
DRVSB
C27 C1 R16 A4
MEMADD6 30 127 IN_OUT_SW
MEMADD[6] IGPIO[37]/TMS/NMI IN_OUT_SW C28 C1 R17 D1
31 126 CLOSE
MEMADD5 GNDC GPIO[36] OPEN CLOSE
32 125
MEMADD4 33
MEMADD[5] GPIO[35]
124 HOMESW OPEN C3 A3 R19 C2
MEMADD[4] GPIO[34]/RAMCKE/SPDIFIN HOMESW
MEMADD3 34 123
35
MEMADD[3] GPIO[33]/AIN/SPDIFIN
122 S/PDIF_OUT
C30 C1 R2 B3
VDDP GPIO[32]/SPDIFO S/PDIF_OUT MUTE_CTL
MEMADD2
MEMADD1
36 MEMADD[2] GPIO[31]/ABCLK 121 DUPRD1
MUTE_CTL C31 B1 R20 C2
37 MEMADD[1] GPIO[30]/ALRCLK 120
MEMADD19 38 MEMADD[19]/IGPIO[7] VDDP 119 C32 B1 R21 C2
DSPVCC33 39 118 STBY_KEY
40
USBVDD
USBDP/GPO[67]
GPIO[29]/AMCLK
GNDC 117
STBY_KEY C33 B1 R22 C2
C11 C10 C9 C8 C7 41 116 APWM_L- LED/PCON
10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF 42
USBDN/GPO[68] GPIO[28]/AOUT[0]/APWM0-
115 APWM_L+ APWM_L- LED/PCON C34 B1 R3 B1
RAMADD4 USBGND GPIO[27]/APWM0+ APWM_R- APWM_L+
RAMADD3
43
44
RAMADD[4] GPIO[26]/AOUT[1]/APWM1- 114
113 APWM_R+ APWM_R- C35 C1 R33 C3
RAMADD[3] GPIO[25]/APWM1+ APWM_R+
RAMADD5 45 RAMADD[5] GPIO[24]/AOUT[2]/APWM2- 112 C36 C1 R34 C3
46 VDDIP IGPIO[23]/APWM2+ 111
47 GNDC GNDAPWM 110 C37 B3 R35 C4
RAMADD2 48 109
RAMADD[2] GPIO[22]/AOUT[3]/APWM3- C38 D1 R36 C3

RAMDQM2/RAMCKE/GPO[66]
RAMADD6 49 108

RAMCKE/SDI_PSC/GPIO[10]
RAMADD1 RAMADD[6] GPIO[21]/APWM3+ DSPVCC33
DSPVCC18 50 RAMADD[1] GPIO[20]/APWM4- 107 C39 D1 R37 A4
RAMADD7 51 106 R51 4.7R
RAMADD[7] GPIO[19]/PWMCO[5]/APWM4+
C23 C22 C21 C20 C19 52 105 C4 A4 R38 A4

RAMADD[11]/GPO[64]
10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF VDDC VDDAPWM

RAMCS1#/GPO[65]

AIN/SPDIFIN/IO[18]
APWM7+/GPIO[12]

APWM6+/GPIO[14]

APWM5+/GPIO[16]
APWM7-/GPIO[13]

APWM6-/GPIO[15]

APWM5-/GPIO[17]
221 244 C15 C44 A4 R39 A1

GPAIO/IGPIO[11]
G G 10nF + EC20
222 243
G G C45 B4 R4 B1
RAMADD[10]

RAMDAT[10]

RAMDAT[11]

RAMDAT[12]

RAMDAT[13]

RAMDAT[14]

RAMDAT[15]
223 242
RAMADD[0]
RAMADD[8]

RAMADD[9]

RAMDAT[8]
RAMDAT[7]
RAMDAT[9]
RAMDAT[6]

RAMDAT[5]

RAMDAT[4]

RAMDAT[3]

RAMDAT[2]

RAMDAT[1]

RAMDAT[0]
G G

RAMRAS#
RAMCAS#

GNDPCLK
220uF/16V
RAMCS0#

VDDPCLK
224 241

RAMDQM
C48 A1 R40 A1

RAMWE#
G G
RAMBA
225 G 240
G
GNDC

GNDC

GNDC

GNDC

GNDC
VDDC
VDDP

VDDP

VDDP

VDDP

VDDP
PCLK
226 G G
239 C49 C1 R41 A2
G
G
G
G
G
G

G
G
G
G
G
G
C5 A4 R42 A2
FB1
227
228
229
230
231
232

100
101
102
103
104

233
234
235
236
237
238
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
3
DSPVCC33 SDRAM3.3V C50 C1 R5 B1 3
500Z
EC1 C1 C2 C3 C51 B1 R51 C3
+ 47uF/16V 10nF 10nF 10nF
C6 A4 R6 B1
C7 A2 R7 C1
C8 A2 R8 B1
RAMADD10

RAMDAT10

RAMDAT11

RAMDAT12

RAMDAT13

RAMDAT14

RAMDAT15
RAMADD0
RAMADD8

RAMADD9

RAMDAT8
RAMDAT7
RAMDAT9
RAMDAT6

RAMDAT5

RAMDAT4

RAMDAT3

RAMDAT2

RAMDAT1

RAMDAT0
RAMRAS-
RAMCAS-
RAMCS0-

RAMDQM

RAMCKE
RAMWE-

LED/PCON
C84 C4 R9 B1
RAMBA

Place de-coupling capacitors close to power pins.


IPCLK

C9 A2 U1A B2
CN109 A4 U2 B4
500Z FB30
D1 C4 U4 A1
R2 DSPVCC33 EC1 A3 U5 A4
75R
EC20 C3 Y1 D1
C17
PCLK 0.1uF EC9 C3
RESET
C37
10pF
DSPVCC33 R33 330R
DSPVCC33 R36 100R
Close to RESET#
Vaddis
RAMCKE

EC9
10uF/16V
C45
R12 22pF R34 10K Q1
4.7K [NM] BT3904
[NM] DSPVCC33 R1 4.7K
R16 0R[NM] R11 NM [0R] R35 C84
WPCON D1
LL4148 10K 0.22uF
EEPROM
RAMDAT10
RAMDAT11

RAMDAT12
RAMDAT13

RAMDAT14
RAMDAT15
RAMDAT8
RAMDAT9

U5
RAMADD4
RAMADD5
RAMADD6
RAMADD7
RAMADD8
RAMADD9

RAMDQM

DSPVCC33 8 1
PCLK

VCC A0
7 WP A1 2
6 3 SDRAM3.3V
SCL A2
5 SDA GND 4
R38 R37 C44
2K 2K 0.1uF
24LC02
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

SDRAM configuration:
I2C_CLK
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
NC

NC

DQ8
DQ9

DQ10
DQ11

DQ12
DQ13

DQ14
DQ15
VDDQ

VSSQ

VDDQ

VSSQ
VSS

CKE
CLK
UDQM

VSS

I2C_DAT 1X16Mbit: CS0# = Low;


4 U2 4
speed <=7ns
16Mbit: K4S161622C-TC/L70 Tras <=44.4ns
Trp <=22.2ns
A10/AP

VDDQ

VDDQ
LDQM

VSSQ

VSSQ
VDD

VDD
RAS
CAS

DQ7
DQ6

DQ5
DQ4

DQ3
DQ2

DQ1
DQ0
WE
CS
BA
A3
A2
A1
A0
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

CN109
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
DSPVCC33 DUPTD0 2
DUPRD0 3
4
RAMADD10
RAMADD3
RAMADD2
RAMADD1
RAMADD0

RAMDAT7
RAMDAT6

RAMDAT5
RAMDAT4

RAMDAT3
RAMDAT2

RAMDAT1
RAMDAT0
RAMCS0-

RAMDQM
RAMCAS-
RAMRAS-

RAMWE-
RAMBA

C4 C5 C6 DOWN_LOAD_I/F
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

A B C D E
6-8 6-8

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX: Front end

1 1
ESD
DSPVCC33

DVDLD

CDLD
R43 + EC10
4.7R 47uF/16V
C52 C53 R74
NM NM OPU 313A HD65 502W SP_M- 2K SPDL_SENS-
1uF 1uF SPDL_SENS-
R49: 100R 0R 91R D19

Close to CN2 Q2 R44 220R R50: 100R 0R 91R


LD_DVD DSPVCC33
9012 2
R49
DSPVCC33 100R OPU: 313A HD65 3
VR_CD MD_DVD R76
R76: 2.2R 1R 1R 1
VR_DVD MD_CD
R45 + EC11 R50 R75
4.7R 100R SP_MOT- 2K BAT54CSPDL_SENS+
47uF/16V SPDL_SENS+
C54 C42 C55
NM NM NM
1nF 1nF 1nF
Q3 R46 220R
LD_CD
1 9012 C12 A4
GND-LD DVDLD R47
2
LD-DVD
NC
3 NM
0R Close to motor driver. C13 A4
4 RFA5V
HFM C56 C42 A1
5
MD CDLD NM DSPVCC33
6
LD-CD
VR-DVD
7 VR_DVD 1nF + EC12 C43 A3
8 VR_CD 100uF/16V
VR-CD
9
C52 A1
NC R84 R86
E
10
11 OPU5V L2 10uH
RF_E RFA5V C53 A1
VCC 1K 1% 33K
VC
12 VC1 R48 33R 2.1V
VC C54 A1
13
GND-PD
F
14 RF_F R52 VC2 C55 A1
28 15 3.3K
NC B
16
RF_B
RF_A
C56 A1
A R85
27 17 RF C57 A2
NC RF CD_DVD C67
18 CD_DVD 1K 1%
CD/DVD
26
NC D
19 RF_D
CD/DVD Control :
0.1uF C58 A2
20 RF_C
C TACT- C62 B3
25 21 DVD=LOW
NC T- TACT+
22 CD=HIGH
2
T+
F+
23 FACT+ C63 C2 2
24 FACT-
F- C67 C2
CN2 C83 A3
SF-HD6B/0.5mm,24P TOP
CN2 A1
C58
C57 0.1uF + EC13 CN3 A3
0.1uF 47uF/16V
CN4 A3
D19 D1
D30 D2

Imax=600mA
M5V
U7 AM5888S(HSOP-28) D31 D2

A
D30 EC10 A1
1 28
FOCUS_S VINFC MUTE DRVSB Imax=250mA
EC11 A1
VC2 2.2R D31
FOCUS_S TR_B1
2
TR_B1 BIAS
27 EC12 B1
FOCUS_S R66 A K
EC13 A2

K
SLED_S SLED_S 3 26 C63
TRACK_S REGO2 REGO2 VINTK TRACK_S 100pF 1K
TRACK_S SPDL_S 6.8R EC14 B3
4 25
SPDL_S SLED_S VINSL TR_B2 TR_B2
5 24 L2 A2
REGO1 REGO1 NC
Q2 A1

e
DRVSB OPEN 6 23
DRVSB VC2 FWD VINLD SPDL_S b DSPVCC33 b DSPVCC18 Q3 A1
7 22 TR_B1 TR_B2
CLOSE REV GND
Q4 Q5 Q4 D2
SP_MOT+

c
SP_M- 29
GND GND
30 SS8550D SS8550D Q5 D2
SL_MOT+
SL_MOT- M5V M5V R70 R72
R43 A1
FACT- 8 21 R44 B1
FACT+ VCC1 VCTL
LOAD- 20K 1% 4.7K 1%
TACT- EC14 C62 9 VOTR- NC
20 R45 A1
TACT+ 220uF/16V 0.1uF
LOAD- LOAD+ 10 19 REGO1 REGO2 R46 B1
LOAD+ VOTR+ VCC2
SL_MOT- 11 SP_M-
R71 R73 R47 B1
18
VOSL+ VOLD-
SL_MOT+ 12 17 SP_MOT+ 12K 1% 10K 1% R48 A2
VOSL- VOLD+
FACT- TACT-
R49 B1
13 16
VOFC- VOTK-
FACT+ TACT+
R50 B1
14 15
VOFC+ VOTK+
GND GND R52 B2
3 CN4 R66 C2 3

SLED+ 6 SL_MOT+
R70 D2
SLED- 5 SL_MOT- R71 D3
GND 4
HOMESW 3 R72 D2
SP+ 2 SP_MOT+
SP- 1 SP_MOT- R73 D3
R74 C1
SLED & SPINDLE R75 C1
C43
0.1uF R76 C1
R84 C2
R85 C2
R86 D2
R90 A3
R91 A3
DSPVCC33 R92 A3
CN3 C83 0.1uF U7 C2
LOAD- 1 LOAD-
LOAD+ 2 LOAD+
OUTSW 3
4 R92 R90 R91
GND 5 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K
INSW
TRAY_CNN HOMESW
IN_OUT_SW HOMESW
INSW IN_OUT_SW
INSW

C12 C13
0.1uF 0.1uF

4 4

A B C D E
6-9 6-9

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX: Audio Input_Outp

-12VA R65 33R -12V

EC26
+
47uF/25V
1 1

+12VA R67 33R +12V

+
EC25
R114 NM 47uF/25V
[120K 1%]
R113 NM
[120K 1%]
R59 39K 1%
[120K 1%]

R25 R26 R27


C97 33pF -12VA
C46 B1
APWM_L-
4.7K 1% 4.7K 1% 4.7K 1%
C46
C91 A1
C93 0.1uF C92 A2
C91 180pF
C93 A1

4
200pF U14B
6 EC27 R61
R28 R29 R30
-
6.8K LMAIN-OUT C94 A2

+
7
LMAIN-OUT
APWM_L+
4.7K 1% 4.7K 1% 4.7K 1%
5 +
22uF R171
C95 A1
NJM4558 OPA
R63
C96 A2
C95 R87 R111 R112 AMUTE Q17

8
33pF 39K 1% NM NM +12VA
BT3904
C97 B1
[120K 1%] [120K 1%][120K 1%] 5.6K 470R
C99 C98 B2
R118 NM 0.1uF
[120K 1%]
C99 B1
R117 NM
[120K 1%]
D3 C3
R60 39K 1% D5 B2
[120K 1%]
EC25 B1
R53 R54 R55 EC26 B1
APWM_R- C98 33pF EC27 B1
4.7K 1% 4.7K 1% 4.7K 1%
EC28 B2
C94
C92 180pF EC36 B2

4
200pF U14A
2 - EC28 R62 Q13 B2
R56 R57 R58 6.8K RMAIN-OUT

+
1 Q14 B2
RMAIN-OUT
APWM_R+ 3 +

2
4.7K 1% 4.7K 1% 4.7K 1%
NJM4558 OPA
22uF R172 Q15 B3 2
C96 R88 R115 R116 AMUTE R64 Q18 Q17 B1

8
33pF 39K 1% NM NM
[120K 1%] [120K 1%][120K 1%] 5.6K 470R BT3904 Q18 B2
R108 B3
R111 A1
R112 A1
R113 B1
R114 B1
R115 A2
RFA5V +12V R116 A2
R117 B1
R18 R15 R118 B1
NC 10R
Q13 R15 B2
9012H
R171 B1
R172 B2
R68 22K R18 B2
R25 A1
D5
Q14
R26 A1
R69 LL4148 9012H R27 A1
R28 A1
330R
R29 A1
EC36 R30 A1
470uF/16V R53 A2
R54 A2
R55 A2
R108 10K
R56 A2
R57 A2
R58 A2
3
R59 B1 3
DSPVCC33 R60 B1
R80 33R D3 LL4148
AMUTE R61 B1
Q15
R62 B2
R79 10K
9012H
R77 R78
R63 B1
MUTE_CTL
MUTE_CTL 100K 100K R64 B2
R65 B1
MUTE_CTL -12V R67 B1
Low:Mute. R68 B2
R69 B2
R77 C3
R78 C3
R79 B3
R80 B3
R87 A1
R88 A2
U14A B2
U14B B1

4 4

A B C D E
6-10 6-10

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3140/XX: Power_Video Out_

1 1

DSPVCC33 DSPVCC33

STBY_KEY:
L: STBY or wake up.
H: Working. CVBS_C L3 1uH RCA_CVBS_OUT
CVBS_C
R81 R82
2.2K 10K C105
100pF
NM

CN5

POWER_K 1
R106 220R STBY_KEY
STBY_KEY
CLK FPC_CLK
FPC_CLK
CS 2 FPC_STB Y_R_V L4 1uH V_OUT
3 FPC_STB Y_R_V
DAT 4
FPC_DOUT
FPC_DOUT
GND C106
5
DV33 6
100pF
IR R105 33R DSPVCC33 NM
LED_5V 7 LED5V IRRCV C105 C1
8
GND 9 C106 C1
C107 C1
CON9 C74 C25 C26 C40 C41 C14
0.1uF 0.1uF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF
CVBS_G_Y
CVBS_G_Y L5 1uH Y_OUT C108 C2
C107 C14 A1
100pF
NM
C25 A1
C26 A1
C29 A2
C40 A1
C_B_U L6 1uH U_OUT
C_B_U C41 A1
C108
100pF
C47 A2
NM C60 C2
C61 C3
C64 D3
2
C65 B3 2
C69 B3
C72 C2
C73 C2
C74 A1
JP1 NM
C76 B2
500Z 0805 CN6 C78 A2
Q30 FB34 LED5V
M5V 8550D
Imax=200mA 1 C79 C2
M5V RFA5V RCA_CVBS_OUT 2
RFA5V Y_OUT 3 C80 C2
FB27 500Z 0805 D5V U_OUT 4
D5V
V_OUT 5 C81 C2
6
C82 C2
C76
10nF C79 C80 C81 C82 VIDEO OUT CN1 A2
R89 R93 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF
CN5 A1
22K 2K
DSPVCC33
CN6 C2
CN7 C2
TO POWER BOARD CN7 EC38 B3
CN1 Imax=1000mA R95 1
2
EC39 B3
4.7K
1 +P5V LL1 FB AXIAL R94 LMAIN-OUT
RMAIN-OUT
3 FB27 B2
1 LED/PCON Q28 4
2 LED/PCON
BT3904 COAX_SPDIF 5 FB34 B2
3 6
4
4.7K R96
22k
JP1 B2
+P12V
5 C72 C73 AUDIO OUT L3 C1
6 -P12V LED/PCON: 100pF 100pF
7
L: STBY. L4 C1
7
C47
H: L5 C1
Working. D5V
CON7 2.5mm C29
0.01uF
C78
0.01uF
NM
C60
L6 C1
S/PDIF_OUT
S/PDIF_OUT Q31 0.1uF LL1 A2
BT3904 Q28 B2
+12V: +12V(+-10%) Q30 B2
-12V: -12V(+-10%) +12V
Q31 C2
+5V: +5V(+-2.5%) R99 R100
56R
R100 C3
3 3
NM R101 C3
C61
R102
COAX_SPDIF R102 C3
62R R104 B3
0.1uF
R101
C64
R105 A1
39R
22pF
R106 A1
R81 A1
-12V -12V
R82 B1
R89 B2
R93 B2
R94 B2
R95 B2
R104 0R SERVO33 R96 B2
DSPVCC33 R99 C3
+
EC38 C65
220uF/16V 0.1uF

DSPVCC18

+ EC39
220uF/16V C69
0.1uF

4 4

A B C D E
6-11 6-11

Main Board Print-Layout (Top Side) for DVP3140/XX


6-12 6-12

Main Board Print-Layout (Bottom Side) for DVP3140/XX


6-13 6-13

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3142(K)/XX,DVP3144(k)/XX: Vaddis_SDRAM_Fla Important power supply! Crystal
Use it to connect the shell of the crystal with ground.
VDDPWM

RF_E

RF_B
RF_A
RF_F
SERVO33

RF_D
RF_C
R235 4.7R RESET
Flash speed <= 70 nS. C24 + EC4
10nF 100uF/16V
If plan to use 90ns OSCOUT C39 22pF DSPVCC33 330R
R33
Flash, it needs to be C194 33pF R36 100R
RESET#
verified by s/w. C193 33pF
R15 EC9
C192 33pF FB6 75R 10uF/16V
U4 OPU: 313A HD65 VDD1AFE
C191 33pF 500Z R34 10K
MEMADD15 1 48 MEMADD16
Close to Vaddis! R5: 22K 11K VDDAFE R14
Q1
A15 A16 DSPVCC33 BT3904

15.4K 1%
MEMADD14 2 47 R6: 33K 18K C190 33pF 220K
A14 BYTE# VCCQ

SPDL_SENS+

SPDL_SENS-
0.1uF
MEMADD13 3 46 FOCUS_S R3 51K FB3 500Z Y1 R35 C43

MIC_VOCAL
MEMADD12 A13 GND MEMDAT15 FOCUS_S TRACK_S R4 51K C189 33pF D1 10K
4 A12 DQ15 45 27.000MHz
TRACK_S
1 MEMADD11 MEMDAT7 C27 C26 C25 Third overtone LL4148 0.22uF 1

LD_DVD

MD_DVD
5 A11 DQ7 44

LD_CD

MD_CD
MEMADD10 6 43 MEMDAT14 SPDL_S R5 22K 10nF 10nF 10nF
A10 DQ14 SPDL_S OSCIN

VC
MEMADD9 7 42 MEMDAT6 SLED_S R6 51K C38 22pF
A9 DQ6 SLED_S

R7
C49
MEMADD8 8 41 MEMDAT13
MEMADD19 R39 0R A8 DQ13 MEMDAT5 C206 R13 75R
9 40

WPCON
NC A19 DQ5 MEMDAT12 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 1nF NM

TRACK_PWM
10 39

STBY_KEY
MEMWR# A20 DQ12 MEMDAT4 [20p]

FOCUS_PWM

SPDL_SENS+
11 38

SPDL_SENS-
WE# DQ4

MIC_VOCAL
SLED_PWM
SPDL_PWM
12 37 DSPVCC33 1nF 1nF 27nF 1nF C36 1nF RF VDDDAC

I2C_CLK
I2C_DAT
DSPVCC33

RF_D
RF_C
RF DSPVCC33

RF_E

RF_B
RF_A
RF_F
DSPVCC33 RP# VCC MEMDAT11

MD_DVD
13 36

RESOUT
LD_DVD
VPP NC DQ11

MD_CD
LD_CD
14 35 MEMDAT3 C48 C50 FB4 500Z

VREF
WP# NC DQ3

RFN
R40 NM MEMDAT10 10nF

RFP
15 34 33pF

MEMDAT9
MEMDAT1
MEMDAT8

MEMADD0
MEMDAT0
A19 RY/BY#

MEMCS0#
DQ10

VC
MEMRD#
MEMADD18 16 33 MEMDAT2 C29 C28
A18 DQ2

100R
100R
MEMADD17 17 32 MEMDAT9 C51 10nF 10nF
A17 DQ9

VDD1AFE
VDDPWM
MEMADD7 18 31 MEMDAT1 Close to Vaddis!

VDDAFE

VDDAFE
MEMADD6 A7 DQ1 MEMDAT8 0.1uF
19 A6 DQ8 30 Close to Pin37 of U4
MEMADD5 20 29 MEMDAT0
A5 DQ0

R8
R9
MEMADD4 21 28 MEMRD# VDDPLL
A4 OE# DSPVCC18
MEMADD3 22 27 DSPVCC18
MEMADD2 A3 GND MEMCS0# C30 R238 4.7R
23 A2 CE# 26
MEMADD1 24 25 MEMADD0 DSPVCC33 0.1uF
A1 A0

SST39VF800

214
213
212
211
210
209

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

257
256
255
254
253
252
251
[39VF400/800/160]
Flash select R39 R40 U1A

C10 C48 R227

GPIO[57]/FCU_WAIT#
GPIO[62]/FCU_IORD#
GPIO[61]/FCU_IOWR#

GPIO[52]/PWMCO[3]
GPIO[51]/PWMCO[2]

GPIO[50]/PWMCO[1]

GPIO[49]/PWMCO[0]
MEMDAT[1]

MEMDAT[0]
MEMRD#
MEMCS0#
MEMADD[0]
GPIO[63]/MEMCS2#

GPIO[59]/FCU_CS2#
GPIO[58]/FCU_CS3#

D
C

RFN
G
G
G
G
G
G

GPIO[9]/MEMDAT[9]

GPIO[8]/MEMDAT[8]

GPIO[56]/FCU_RST

GNDC
VDDC

GPIO[53]/PWMCO[4]
IGPIO[54]/PWMCO[5]

DVD_LD
CD_LD
DVD_MD
CD_MD

VC
IGPIO[55]/FCU_IRQ

GNDREF
RESOUT
VREF

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
A2

VDDP

GPIO[60]/FCU_SCLK

GNDPWM

GND1AFE

GNDAFE

K
E
J

VDDAFE
B
A
VDD1AFE

RFP
VDDPWM

VDDSAFE
Intel NM 0R 215
G G
250 A1 B4
216 249
AMD/SST 0R NM 217
G
G
G
G
248 C11 A2 C49 C1 R228 B4
218 G 247
G
219
220
G G
246
245 R10
C12 A2 C5 A3 R229 B4
G G
MEMDAT2 1 MEMDAT[2] GNDDACBS2 156
392 Ohm 1%
Close to C15 C3 C50 C1 R23 C2
MEMDAT10 2 155
MEMDAT3 3
MEMDAT[10]/GPIO[0]
MEMDAT[3]
RSET
DAC1 154
Vaddis C_B_U
C_B_U
C154 C2 C51 B1 R230 B4
MEMDAT11 4 153 VDDDAC
MEMDAT[11]/GPIO[1] VDDDAC
MEMADD2
MEMDAT4
MEMDAT12
5
6
MEMDAT[4] DAC2 152
151
Y_R_V
CVBS_C Y_R_V C189 C1 C6 A3 R231 B4
MEMDAT[12]/GPIO[2] DAC3 CVBS_C
DSPVCC33
MEMDAT5
MEMDAT13
7
8
MEMDAT[5] VDDDAC 150
149
VDDDAC
CVBS_G_Y C19 A2 C7 A2 R235 D1
MEMADD1 MEMDAT6 MEMDAT[13]/GPIO[3] DAC4 CVBS_G_Y
9 148
MEMDAT14 10
MEMDAT[6]
MEMDAT[14]/GPIO[4]
GNDDAC_D
DAC5 147 CVBS_C_Y
CVBS_C_Y
C190 C1 C8 A2 R238 D1
OSCIN

75R 1%
75R 1%
75R 1%
75R 1%
75R 1%
11 146

BOOTSEL JP3 JP2


MEMDAT7
MEMDAT15
12
13
GNDC
MEMDAT[7]
MEMDAT[15]
Vaddis 9 XIN
XO
VDDPLL
145
144 VDDPLL
OSCOUT C191 C1 C9 A2 R24 D2
R41
1K
R42
1K Play OPEN OPEN
14
15
VDDC GNDPLL 143
142 RESET#
C192 C1 CN10 C4 R244 C2
VDDP RESET#

R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
[NM] [NM] MEMADD16 16 141 C202 1nF
2 Download OPEN CLOSE 17
MEMADD[16]
MEMCS1#/GPIO[5]
GNDC
VDDC 140 C193 C1 CN109 C4 R245 C2 2
MEMADD15 18 139 DUPRD1 DUPRD1 R24 0R MUTE_CTL
SW debug CLOSE OPEN MEMADD14
MEMADD13
19
MEMADD[15]
MEMADD[14]
GPIO[48]/DUPRD1
GPIO[47]/DUPTD1 138 DUPTD1
DUPRD0
100p
C154
DUPTD1
DUPRD0
R25
R26
10K [NM]
10K [NM]
FS3
FS2
MUTE_CTL
FS3
C194 C1 D1 E1 R246 C2
20 MEMADD[13] GPIO[46]/DUPRD0 137
FS2
MEMADD12
MEMADD11
21
22
MEMADD[12] GPIO[45]/PWMCO[5]/DUPTD0 136
135
DUPTD0 DUPTD0 R27 10K [NM] FS1
FS1 C2 A3 EC1 A3 R25 D2
MEMADD10 MEMADD[11] VDDP IRRCV C205
JP2 MEMADD9
23
24
MEMADD[10] IGPIO[44] 134
133 FPC_DOUT
IRRCV
1nF
MUX GPIOs C20 A2 EC20 C3 R26 D2
JP3 BOOTSEL1[NM] MEMADD8 25
MEMADD[9] ZR36966 GPIO[43]/TDO
132 FPC_CLK FPC_DOUT
BOOTSEL1[NM] MEMWR# 26
MEMADD[8]
MEMWR#
GPIO[42]/TCK
GPIO[41]/TDI/NMI 131 FPC_STB FPC_CLK
FPC_STB
C201 B3 EC4 C1 R27 D2
MEMADD18 27 130 INSW
MEMADD[18]/GPIO[6] GPIO[40] INSW
MEMADD17
MEMADD7
28
29
MEMADD[17] GPIO[39] 129
128
CD_DVD
DRVSB CD_DVD C202 C2 EC9 E1 R28 D2
MEMADD[7] GPIO[38] DRVSB
MEMADD6 30
31
MEMADD[6] IGPIO[37]/TMS/NMI 127
126
IN_OUT_SW
CLOSE
IN_OUT_SW C205 D2 FB1 A3 R3 B1
MEMADD5 GNDC GPIO[36] OPEN CLOSE
32 125
DSPVCC33 MEMADD4 33
MEMADD[5]
MEMADD[4]
GPIO[35]
GPIO[34]/RAMCKE/SPDIFIN 124 HOMESW OPEN
HOMESW
C206 D1 FB3 D1 R30 C3
MEMADD3 34 123 AIN
C12
10nF
C11
10nF
C10
10nF
C9
10nF
C8
10nF
C7
10nF MEMADD2
35
MEMADD[3]
VDDP
GPIO[33]/AIN/SPDIFIN
GPIO[32]/SPDIFO 122
FB7
S/PDIF_OUT
75Z ABCLK
AIN
S/PDIF_OUT
C21 A2 FB30 B3 R33 E1
36 MEMADD[2] GPIO[31]/ABCLK 121
ABCLK
MEMADD1
MEMADD19
37
38
MEMADD[1] GPIO[30]/ALRCLK 120
119
FB8 75Z ALRCLK
ALRCLK C22 A2 FB4 D1 R34 E1
MEMADD[19]/IGPIO[7] VDDP FB9 75Z AMCLK R12 NM [0R] APWM_L-
39
40
USBVDD
USBDP/GPO[67]
GPIO[29]/AMCLK
GNDC
118
117
AMCLK APWM_L- C23 A2 FB6 C1 R35 E1
41 116 APWM_L1-
42
USBDN/GPO[68]
USBGND
GPIO[28]/AOUT[0]/APWM0-
GPIO[27]/APWM0+ 115 R244 NM [0R]
APWM_L+
APWM_L1- R28 33R [NM] AOUT0
AOUT0
C24 C1 FB7 C2 R36 E1
RAMADD4 43 114 R245 NM [0R]
RAMADD[4] GPIO[26]/AOUT[1]/APWM1- APWM_R-
DSPVCC18 RAMADD3
RAMADD5
44
45
RAMADD[3] GPIO[25]/APWM1+ 113
112
R246 NM [0R]
APWM_R+
MUX GPIOs
C25 C1 FB8 C2 R37 C4
RAMADD[5] GPIO[24]/AOUT[2]/APWM2-
C23
10nF
C22
10nF
C21
10nF
C20
10nF
C19
10nF
46
47
VDDIP IGPIO[23]/APWM2+ 111
110
C26 C1 FB9 C2 R38 C4
RAMADD2 GNDC GNDAPWM
48 109
RAMADD[2] GPIO[22]/AOUT[3]/APWM3- C27 C1 JP2 A2 R39 A1

RAMDQM2/RAMCKE/GPO[66]
RAMADD6 49 108 V1

RAMCKE/SDI_PSC/GPIO[10]
RAMADD1 RAMADD[6] GPIO[21]/APWM3+ V2 DSPVCC33
50 107
RAMADD7 51
52
RAMADD[1]
RAMADD[7]
GPIO[20]/APWM4-
GPIO[19]/PWMCO[5]/APWM4+ 106
105
V3R56 0R [4.7R] C28 C1 JP3 A2 R4 B1
RAMADD[11]/GPO[64]

VDDC VDDAPWM
C29 C1 Q1 E1 R40 A1
RAMCS1#/GPO[65]

AIN/SPDIFIN/IO[18]
APWM7+/GPIO[12]

APWM6+/GPIO[14]

APWM5+/GPIO[16]
APWM7-/GPIO[13]

APWM6-/GPIO[15]

APWM5-/GPIO[17]
221 244 C15

GPAIO/IGPIO[11]
G G 10nF + EC20
222 G G
243
C3 A3 R1 A3 R41 A2
RAMADD[10]

RAMDAT[10]

RAMDAT[11]

RAMDAT[12]

RAMDAT[13]

RAMDAT[14]

RAMDAT[15]
223 242
RAMADD[0]
RAMADD[8]

RAMADD[9]

RAMDAT[8]
RAMDAT[7]
RAMDAT[9]
RAMDAT[6]

RAMDAT[5]

RAMDAT[4]

RAMDAT[3]

RAMDAT[2]

RAMDAT[1]

RAMDAT[0]
G G
RAMRAS#
RAMCAS#

GNDPCLK
NM
RAMCS0#

VDDPCLK
224 241
RAMDQM
RAMWE#
G G [220uF/16V] C30 C1 R10 C2 R42 A2
RAMBA

225 G 240
G
GNDC

GNDC

GNDC

GNDC

GNDC
VDDC
VDDP

VDDP

VDDP

VDDP

VDDP
PCLK
226 G G 239
FB1 C31 B1 R12 D2 R5 B1
G
G
G
G
G
G

G
G
G
G
G
G
DSPVCC33 SDRAM3.3V
500Z
C32 B1 R13 R56
227
228
229
230
231
232

100
101
102
103
104

233
234
235
236
237
238
D1 C3
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
EC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 IRRCV
+ 47uF/16V 10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF
STBY_KEY
STBY_KEY
C33 B1 R14 D1 R6 B1
3 LED/PCON
LED/PCON
R30
15K
C34 B1 R15 D1 R7 B1 3
Place de-coupling capacitors close to power pins. I2C_CLK
I2C_CLK C35 C1 R19 C2 R8 B1

RGB/YUV_SW
RAMADD10

RAMADD11

RAMDAT10

RAMDAT11

RAMDAT12

RAMDAT13

RAMDAT14

RAMDAT15
I2C_DAT
RAMADD0
RAMADD8

RAMADD9

VOCAL_DET
RAMDAT8
RAMDAT7
RAMDAT9
RAMDAT6

RAMDAT5

RAMDAT4

RAMDAT3

RAMDAT2

RAMDAT1

RAMDAT0
I2C_DAT
RAMRAS-
RAMCAS-
RAMCS0-

RAMCS1-

RAMDQM

RAMCKE
ML
RAMWE-

C36 R2 R9

LED/PCON

DAC_RST#
C1 B3 B1

MIC_ON
ML
RAMBA

IPCLK

DAC_RST#
DAC_RST# C37 B3 R20 C2 U1A B1

ML
C38 D1 R21 C2 U2 A4
500Z FB30
C39 R22

VOCAL_DET
D1 C2 U3 A4

RGB/YUV_SW

MIC_ON
R2 DSPVCC33
75R
C4 A3 R223 C3 U4 A1
C201
PCLK 0.1uF C43 E1 R224 C3 U5 C4
C37
10pF
C44 C4 R225 C3 Y1 D1
C45 [NM]
22pF
DSPVCC33
C45 A3 R226 B4
[NM] Close to
DSPVCC33 R1 4.7K
Vaddis
RAMDAT10
RAMDAT11

RAMDAT12
RAMDAT13

RAMDAT14
RAMDAT15

RAMDAT15

RAMDAT12

RAMDAT10
RAMDAT14
RAMDAT13

RAMDAT11

RAMADD11
RAMADD9
RAMADD8
RAMADD7

RAMADD5
RAMADD6

RAMADD4
RAMDAT8
RAMDAT9

RAMDAT9

RAMDAT8

RAMDQM

RAMCKE

R224
RAMADD4
RAMADD5
RAMADD6
RAMADD7
RAMADD8
RAMADD9

RAMDQM

4.7K
PCLK

DSPVCC33 [NM]
PCLK

R225 0R[NM] R223 NM [0R]


SDRAM3.3V WPCON

EEPROM
U5
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
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

DSPVCC33 8 VCC A0 1
7 2
DQ15

DQ14
DQ13

DQ12
DQ11

DQ10
DQ9

DQ8

NC
DQMH

NC
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSSQ

VDDQ

VSSQ

VDDQ
VSS

VSS

CLK
CKE

VSS

R226 R228 R230 WP A1


SDRAM configuration: 6 3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
NC

NC

DQ8
DQ9

DQ10
DQ11

DQ12
DQ13

DQ14
DQ15
VDDQ

VSSQ

VDDQ

VSSQ
VSS

CKE
CLK
UDQM

VSS

10K 10K 10K SCL A2


5 SDA GND 4
U2 U3 1X16Mbit: CS0# = Low; [NM] [NM] [NM] R38 R37 C44
1X64Mbit: CS1# = Low; CS0#=BA1 2K 2K NM
16Mbit: K4S161622C-TC/L70 NM V1 V2 V3 [0.1uF] NM
[64Mbit:K4S641632H-UC70] SDRAM speed <=7ns [24LC02 ]
A10/AP

Tras <=44.4ns
DQML
VDDQ

VDDQ

VDDQ

VDDQ
LDQM

VSSQ

VSSQ

VSSQ

VSSQ

CAS#
RAS#

I2C_CLK
WE#
VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD
RAS
CAS

DQ7
DQ6

DQ5
DQ4

DQ3
DQ2

DQ1
DQ0

DQ0

DQ1
DQ2

DQ3
DQ4

DQ5
DQ6

DQ7

CS#
BA0
BA1
A10
WE

Trp <=22.2ns I2C_DAT


CS
BA
A3
A2
A1
A0

A0
A1
A2
A3

R227 R229 R231


10K 10K 10K
4 4
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

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

[NM] [NM] [NM]


9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

SDRAM3.3V
UART
RAMADD10

RAMADD10

RAMADD3
RAMADD3
RAMADD2
RAMADD1
RAMADD0

RAMADD0

RAMADD2
RAMADD1
RAMDAT7

RAMDAT4

RAMDAT1

RAMDAT5
RAMDAT6

RAMDAT5

RAMDAT3
RAMDAT2

RAMDAT1
RAMDAT0

RAMDAT0

RAMDAT2

RAMDAT3
RAMDAT4

RAMDAT7
RAMDAT6
RAMCS0-

RAMCS1-
RAMDQM

RAMDQM
RAMRAS-
RAMCAS-

RAMCAS-
RAMRAS-

RAMCS0-
RAMWE-

RAMWE-
RAMBA

RAMBA

CN109
1 CN10
DSPVCC33 DUPTD0 2 1
DUPRD0 3 DSPVCC33 DUPTD1 2
4 DUPRD1 3
4

DOWN_LOAD_I/F
[NM] HYPER_TERMINAL I/F
[NM]

A B C D E
6-14 6-14

A B C D E

Main Board Electric Diagram for DVP3142(K)/XX,DVP3144(k)/XX: Front end

1 ESD
DSPVCC33
1

DVDLD

CDLD
R43 + EC10
4.7R 47uF/16V
C52 C53 OPU 313A HD65 502W
NM NM R49: 100R 0R 91R
1uF 1uF
R50: 100R 0R 91R R74 C195 A1
Close to CN2 Q2 R44 220R SP_M- 2K SPDL_SENS-
LD_DVD
9012 R49
100R
D19
SPDL_SENS-
C196 A1
DSPVCC33 VR_CD MD_DVD
2 DSPVCC33 C42 A3
VR_DVD
CN2 is used for Sanyo/Sony OPUs
MD_CD
OPU: 313A HD65 3 C52 A1
R50 R76
R45 + EC11 100R R76: 2.2R 1R 1R 1 C53 A1
4.7R 47uF/16V
C54 C196 C55 R75
C54 A1
BAT54CSPDL_SENS+
1nF 1nF 1nF SP_MOT- 2K
SPDL_SENS+ C55 A1
Q3 R46 220R
GND-LD
1 9012
LD_CD C56 A1
2 DVDLD R47
LD-DVD
NC
3
4 OPU_HFM
0R C57 A2
HFM RFA5V
MD
5
6 CDLD
C56
1nF
C58 A2
LD-CD VR_DVD + EC12
7
VR-DVD
VR-CD
8 VR_CD 100uF/16V C62 B3
9
NC
E
10
OPU5V L2 10uH
RF_E RFA5V
C63 C3
11
VCC
VC
12
13
VC1 R48 33R 2.1V
VC C64 A3
GND-PD R52
28
NC B
F
14
15
RF_F
RF_B 3.3K
C65 A3
16
27
NC
A
RF
17
RF_A
RF
CD_DVD
C66 A3
18 CD_DVD
CD/DVD
26
NC D
19
20
RF_D
CD/DVD Control :
C67 C2
C RF_C
25
NC T-
21
22
TACT-
TACT+
C195
1nF
DVD=LOW
CD=HIGH
C68 C2
T+ FACT+
23
2 F+
F-
24 FACT- CN2 A1 2
CN2
SF-HD6B/0.5mm,24P TOP
CN3 A3
C58
CN4 A3
C57 0.1uF + EC13
0.1uF 47uF/16V
D19 C1
D30 C3
D31 C3
EC10 A1
Close to motor driver. EC11 A1
DSPVCC33

FOCUS_S
EC12 A1
FOCUS_S
SLED_S SLED_S
TRACK_S R84 R86
EC13 A2
TRACK_S SPDL_S
SPDL_S 1K 1% 33K
EC14 B3
DRVSB
VC2 L2 A1
DRVSB VC2
R85
Q2 A1
SP_MOT+
C67
0.1uF
1K 1% C68
0.1uF
Q3 A1
SP_M-
SL_MOT+ Q4 C3
SL_MOT-
FACT-
FACT+
Q5 D3
TACT-
TACT+
R43 A1
LOAD-
LOAD+ R44 A1
R45 A1
R46 A1
R47 A1
R48 A1
3 CN4 3
SLED+ 6 SL_MOT+ U7 AM5888S(HSOP-28) R49 B1
SLED- 5 SL_MOT-
R50 B1

Imax=600mA
GND 4 1 28 M5V
HOMESW 3 FOCUS_S VINFC MUTE DRVSB
SP+ 2 SP_MOT+ 2 27 VC2 D30 R52 A1

A
SP- 1 SP_MOT- TR_B1 TR_B1 BIAS
R66
REGO2