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ORDER NO.

CRT4746
DEH-64BT/XNUC

CD RDS RECEIVER

DEH-64BT /XNUC

DEH-6400BT /XNUC

DEH-5400BT /XNUC

DEH-4400BT /XNEW5

DEH-4450BT /XNES

DEH-4490BT /XNID

This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
Model No. Order No. Mech. Module Remarks

CX-3287 CRT4759 S11.6STD CD Mech. Module : Circuit Descriptions, Mech. Descriptions, Disassembly

PIONEER CORPORATION 1-1, Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, 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 2011
K-ZZZ JULY 2011 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION
A This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair
complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so
and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING
This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65
B
Where in a manufacturers service documentation, for example in circuit diagrams or lists
of components, a symbol is used to indicate that a specific component shall be replaced only
by the component specified in that documentation for safety reasons, the following symbol shall
be used:

- Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit.


When checking or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable
results.

C Caution:
1. During repair or tests, minimum distance of 13 cm from the focus lens must be kept.
2. During repair or tests, do not view laser beam for 10 seconds or longer.

CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product classi-
D fied under the Safety of laser products, IEC
60825-1:2007, and contains a class 1M laser
module. To ensure continued safety, do not re-
move any covers or attempt to gain access to
the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to
qualified personnel.

CAUTIONCLASS 1M INVISIBLE LASER


RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT VIEW
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
E

WARNING!
The AEL (accessible emission level )of the laser power output is less than CLASS 1
but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
CLASS 1.
A specially instructed person should do servicing operation of the apparatus.

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Laser diode characteristics


Wave length : 785 nm to 814 nm
Maximum output : 1 190 W(Emitting period : unlimited)

Additional Laser Caution


Transistors Q101 in PCB drive the laser diodes.
When Q101 is shorted between their terminals, the laser diodes will radiate beam.
If the top cover is removed with no disc loaded while such short-circuit is continued,
the naked eyes may be exposed to the laser beam. B

CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replaced only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacture.
Discord used batteries according to the manufacture's instructions.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 5
A
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING .......................................................................................................................... 7
2. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 8
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT ...................................................................................................................... 10
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE.........................................................................................................................11
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING......................................................................................................11
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 12
3.3 JIGS LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 13
3.4 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................... 13
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................... 14
5. DIAGNOSIS.................................................................................................................................................... 17
B 5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART ................................................................................................................ 17
5.2 ERROR CODE LIST ................................................................................................................................ 18
5.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 21
6. SERVICE MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 22
6.1 DISPLAY TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................ 22
6.2 CD TEST MODE ...................................................................................................................................... 23
7. DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................................. 24
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................... 30
8.1 CD ADJUSTMENT................................................................................................................................... 30
8.2 CHECKING THE GRATING AFTER CHANGING THE PICKUP UNIT.................................................... 31
8.3 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION.............................................................................................................. 33
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.......................................................................................................... 34
C
9.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................. 34
9.2 EXTERIOR............................................................................................................................................... 36
9.3 CD MECHANISM MODULE..................................................................................................................... 38
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................... 40
10.1 TUNER AMP UNIT (GUIDE PAGE) ....................................................................................................... 40
10.2 KEYBOARD UNIT.................................................................................................................................. 46
10.3 CD CORE UNIT (S11.6STD) ................................................................................................................. 48
10.4 KEYBOARD UNIT.................................................................................................................................. 50
10.5 BT UNIT ................................................................................................................................................. 52
10.6 WAVEFORMS ........................................................................................................................................ 54
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................... 56
D 11.1 TUNER AMP UNIT................................................................................................................................. 56
11.2 KEYBOARD UNIT .................................................................................................................................. 60
11.3 CD CORE UNIT (S11.6STD).................................................................................................................. 62
11.4 KEYBOARD UNIT .................................................................................................................................. 64
11.5 BT UNIT ................................................................................................................................................. 66
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................................... 67

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
A

1. 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. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors
during power-on mode may damage the ICs inside the unit.
3. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic discharge during servicing, take an appropriate treatment
(shorting-solder) by referring to "the DISASSEMBLY".
4. After replacing the pickup unit, be sure to check the grating.
5. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by
electrostatic induction.
B
6. area and a heat sink becomes hot areas. Be careful not to burn yourself.

D
7. Software update
The software of this product is stored in IC671.
Please replace IC671 when making the version upgrade of software.

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8. Capacitor Bond Lock (UC, EW5)


A Acetate Tape (GYH1026)
1 Please stick acetate tape along white line.
2 Please confirm line hiding with acetate tape.
* length of tape : 24 4 mm
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B
9. Capacitor Bond Lock (ID, ES, ES1)
Silicon Glue (GEM1017)
Place the capacitor in the center of the silk print, and confirm it does not touch to the connector. Then, apply silicon glue.

C
OK NG

10. BT noise countermeasure


Need to solder BTGND to chassis.

Solder to chassis

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1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING

For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs A
accompanied by reworking of soldering.

Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 C.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 C in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).

The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:


Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia. B
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
A
DEH-64BT/XNUC, DEH-6400BT/XNUC, DEH-5400BT/XNUC
General USB
Power source ................. 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V al- USB standard specification
lowable) ................................... USB 2.0 full speed
Grounding system ........... Negative type Maximum current supply
Maximum current consumption ................................... 1 A
................................ 10.0 A USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
Backup current ................ 4.0 mA or less File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Dimensions (W H D): WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
DIN audio)
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm (Windows Media Player)
B 165 mm WAV signal format .......... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
(7 in. 2 in. 6-1/2 in.) (Non-compressed)
Nose .................. 188 mm 58 mm
16 mm
(7-3/8 in. 2-1/4 in. 5/8 in.) FM tuner
D Frequency range ............. 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
165 mm 30 dB)
(7 in. 2 in. 6-1/2 in.) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IHF-A network)
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm
16 mm
(6-3/4 in. 1-3/4 in. 5/8 in.) AM tuner
Weight ............................. 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz
Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
C Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IHF-A network)
Audio
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4
Continuous power output Bluetooth
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, Version .......................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan- Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
nels driven) (Power class 2)
Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 allowable)
Preout maximum output level
................................... 2.0 V CEA2006 Specifications
Tone controls:
Bass
Frequency .......... 100 Hz
Gain .................. 12 dB
D
Mid
Frequency .......... 1 kHz
Gain .................. 12 dB Power output ................... 14 W RMS 4 Channels (4
Treble and < = 1 % THD+N)
Frequency .......... 10 kHz S/N ratio .......................... 91 dBA (reference: 1 W into
Gain .................. 12 dB 4 )
Subwoofer (mono): Note
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
125 Hz Specifications and the design are subject to
Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct modifications without notice.
Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse

E
CD player
System .......................... Compact disc audio system
Usable discs ...................Compact disc
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 94 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Securing the front panel
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) The front panel can be secured with the supplied
(Windows Media Player) screw.
WAV signal format ...........Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
(Non-compressed)

F Screw
(BPZ20P060FTC) (UC)
(XXX7020) (EW5, ID, ES)

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A
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General WAV signal format ................. Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
Power source............................14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V (Non-compressed)
allowable)
Grounding system.................. Negative type USB
Maximum current consumption USB standard specification
...................................................10.0 A ...................................................USB 2.0 full speed
Maximum current supply .... 1 A
Backup current ................ 4.0 mA or less USB Class................................. MSC (Mass Storage Class)
File system................................ FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
Dimensions (W H D):
MP3 decoding format .......... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
DIN
WMA decoding format ........ Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Chassis .................... 178 mm 50 mm
(2 ch audio)
165 mm B
(Windows Media Player)
Nose .......................... 188 mm 58 mm 16 mm
WAV signal format ................. Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
D
(Non-compressed)
Chassis .................... 178 mm 50 mm
165 mm FM tuner
Nose .......................... 170 mm 46 mm 16 mm
Frequency range.................... 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Weight ........................................ 1.2 kg
Usable sensitivity................... 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono,
S/N: 30 dB)
Audio
Signal-to-noise ratio.............. 72 dB (IEC-A network)
Maximum power output ....... 50 W 4
Continuous power output ... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to MW tuner
15 000 Hz, 5 % THD,
Frequency range.................... 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz
4 load, both channels dri-
Usable sensitivity................... 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
ven)
Signal-to-noise ratio............. 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Load impedance ...................... 4 (4 to 8 allowable)
Preout maximum output level LW tuner C
.................................................. 2.0 V Frequency range.................... 153 kHz to 281 kHz
Tone controls: Usable sensitivity................... 28 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Bass Signal-to-noise ratio............. 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Frequency............... 100 Hz
Gain .......................... 12 dB Bluetooth
Mid Version ....................................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified
Frequency............... 1 kHz Output power .......................... +4 dBm Maximum
Gain .......................... 12 dB (Power class 2)
Treble
Frequency............... 10 kHz Note
Gain .......................... 12 dB
Specifications and the design are subject to mod-
Subwoofer (mono):
Frequency........................ 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ ifications without notice.
125 Hz
Slope.................................... 18 dB/oct D
Gain ...................................... +6 dB to 24 dB
Phase .................................. Normal/Reverse

CD player
System ........................................ Compact disc audio system
Usable discs ............................ Compact disc
Signal-to-noise ratio.............. 94 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A net-
work)
Number of channels ............. 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format .......... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ........ Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
(2 ch audio)
(Windows Media Player)
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A
DEH-4450BT/XNES, DEH-4490BT/XNID
General USB
Rated power source .........14.4 V DC USB standard specification
(allowable voltage range: ................................... USB 2.0 full speed
12.0 V to 14.4 V DC) Maximum current supply
Grounding system ........... Negative type ................................... 1 A
Maximum current consumption USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
................................ 10.0 A File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
Backup current ................ 4.0 mA or less
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Dimensions (W H D):
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
DIN
audio)
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm
(Windows Media Player)
165 mm
B WAV signal format .......... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
Nose .................. 188 mm 58 mm
(Non-compressed)
16 mm
D
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm FM tuner
165 mm Frequency range ............. 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
16 mm 30 dB)
Weight ............................. 1.2 kg Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)

Audio MW tuner
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4 Frequency range .............. 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
Continuous power output 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
C
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan- Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
nels driven)
Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 allowable)
Preout maximum output level SW tuner
................................... 2.0 V Frequency range .............. 2 300 kHz to 7 735 kHz
Tone controls: (2 300 kHz to 2 495 kHz, 2 940
Bass kHz to 4 215 kHz, 4 540 kHz to
Frequency .......... 100 Hz 5 175 kHz, 5 820 kHz to 6 455
Gain .................. 12 dB kHz, 7 100 kHz to 7 735 kHz)
Mid 9 500 kHz to 21 975 kHz
Frequency .......... 1 kHz (9 500 kHz to 10 135 kHz, 11
Gain .................. 12 dB 580 kHz to 12 215 kHz, 13 570
Treble kHz to 13 870 kHz, 15 100 kHz
D Frequency .......... 10 kHz to 15 735 kHz, 17 500 kHz to
Gain .................. 12 dB 17 985 kHz, 18 015 kHz to 18
Subwoofer (mono): 135 kHz, 21 340 kHz to 21 975
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ kHz)
125 Hz Usable sensitivity ............. 28 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse
CD player Bluetooth
Version .......................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified
System .......................... Compact disc audio system
Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
Usable discs ...................Compact disc
(Power class 2)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 94 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Note
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
E Specifications and the design are subject to
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) modifications without notice.
(Windows Media Player)
WAV signal format .......... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
(Non-compressed)

2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
To keep the product quality after servicing, please confirm following check points.

No. Procedures Item to be confirmed


1 Confirm whether the customer complain has The customer complain must not be
been solved. reappeared.
If the customer complain occurs with the Display, audio and operations must be
specific media, use it for the operation check. normal.
2 CD Play back a CD. No malfunction on display, audio and
(Track search) operation.
3 FM/AM tuner Check FM/AM tuner action. Display, audio and operations must be
(Seek, Preset) normal.
B
Switch band to check both FM and AM.
4 Check whether no disc is inside the product. The media used for the operating check must
be ejected.
5 Appearance check No scratches or dirt on its appearance after
receiving it for service.

See the table below for the items to be checked regarding audio:

Item to be checked regarding audio


Distortion
Noise
Volume too low C
Volume too high
Volume fluctuating
Sound interrupted

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

B C CD Core Unit (S11.6STD)

E BT Unit
A Tuner Amp Unit
C
B Keyboard Unit
(A,B)
D Keyboard Unit
(C,D,E,F)
A:DEH-64BT/XNUC
B:DEH-6400BT/XNUC
C:DEH-5400BT/XNUC
D:DEH-4400BT/XNEW5
E:DEH-4450BT/XNES
D
F:DEH-4490BT/XNID
Unit Number : QWM3362(A)
: QWM3300(B)
: QWM3299(C)
: QWM3298(D)
: QWM3301(E)
: QWM3302(F)
Unit Name : Tuner Amp Unit
E
Unit Number : (A,B)
Unit Name : Keyboard Unit
Unit Number : CWX4023
Unit Name : CD Core Unit (S11.6STD)
Unit Number : (C,E,F)
: (D)
Unit Name : Keyboard Unit
Unit Number : QWM3365
F Unit Name : BT Unit

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3.3 JIGS LIST

- Jigs List
A
Name Jig No. Remarks
16P FFC GGD1310 Tuner Amp Unit - CD Core Unit
Test Disc TCD-782 Checking the grating
L.P.F. Checking the grating (Two pieces)
Acetate Tape GYH1026 Capacitor Bond Lock
Silicon Glue GEM1017 Capacitor Bond Lock

- Grease List
Name Grease No. Remarks B
Grease GEM1024 CD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1038 CD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1043 CD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1045 CD Mechanism Module

3.4 CLEANING

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the


following portions by using the prescribed cleaning
tools:
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
CD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 D

Cleaning paper : GED-008

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4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

A
A TUNER AMP UNIT

JA401
1 5 57
ANTENNA FMMIXIN1 DACOUTL
16
2,3 PINDIN
18
LNAIN
DAC
RF FRONT END IC IC231
IC401 PCM1753DBQ
TDA7706 34 112
I2CSCL TUNSCL
33 111 124 15
I2CSDA TUNSDA DACCS ML
31 107 91 1
RSTN TUNPCE1 DACSCK BCK
89 3
DACLRCK LRCK
88 2
DACDATA DATA
RESET 87 13
DACBDATA MD
IC651 1 38
RES 85 14
S-80827CNMC-B8M DACBSCK MC
84 16 7
AUDIO_XOUT SCK VOUTL
B FLASH ROM
IC671
A B :PEB009A8 ILMPW
C :PEB008A8 Q874
JA891 D E F :PEB029A8 B.UP ILM+B
3 KEYD 129
KEYD
2 KEYAD 69 Q873
WIRED REMOTE KEYAD
1 GND 132
iPod CP ILMPW
IC551
6 341S2162 SYSTEM MICRO A B
5 MIC1P Q551 COMPUTER
RMIC 2 IC601
4 MIC1N MODE1 VDD3.3V ILMPW
5 (1/2)
Q871
VCC R5S7266ZD144FP

E
B.UP ILM+B
118
CPPWR
BT UNIT Q872

CN21 CN22 CN961 12 114


I2C_SCL CP_SCL
MIC1N MIC1N MIC1N 13 113
20 6 8 I2C_SDA CP_SDA
4 116
MIC1P MIC1P MIC1P nRESET CPRST
21 7 7
C 22
MIC-BIAS Q873
4
DIMMER
11
U1OUT U1OUT
12 2
U1OUT 35
BTRX C D
U1IN U1IN U1IN 31
12
RESET NRST_CPU
11 3
NRST_CPU 10
BTTX
E F
7 9 5 BTRST
BT MODULE

SPK1P LcH SPKL


2 2 12
LPF
BT3.3V REGULATOR IC961
IC22 NJM4558MD
S-1206B33-U3 3 REGULATOR IC
+ 1 IC912
BT3.3V 1 6 VCC VCC 2 BA49182-V12
8 VOUT VIN 8 6 -
BT1.8V REGULATOR 3
ON/OFF
IC21 11
6 VDDCONT
NJM2846DL3-18 SW5V SW5V 1
9 BSENS
BT1.8V 1 6 SWVDD SWVDD
5 VOUT VIN 2
7 SYSPW
6 VDD3.3V VDD 3
8 SW5VCNT
1V8_EN 3 ON/OFF VDD1.2V VDD12
4
5 4
SYS+B SYS+B +B
10
+BUP

D PICKUP UNIT
(P10.6)(SERVICE)
C CD CORE UNIT(S11.6 STD)
USB5V REGULATOR
IC501
BD9008
1
CN101 RF AMP, CD DECODER B.UP PVIN
DIGITAL SERVO/DATA PROCESSOR 8
VCC 12 12 V+3A VDD VIN
CPU IC510
EN
LD LD-
15 15
GND 1 BD2232G-G SYN
Q101 LD
1 2
VIN SW
Q102 3
MD 2
MD 5 5 PD PD FB
V+3A VDD
4
REFO INV
VREF REFO 93 54
8 8 REFOUT PUEN 3
EN
5
AC,BD,E,F USB5V VOUT 4
HOLOGRAM OC
UNIT IC201
PE5791A
FOM FOM CN701 CN701
3 3
ACTUATOR/
FOP FOP MOTOR DRIVER VDD VDD
FOCUS ACT. 2 2
VDD 9 9 VDD3.3V
TOP 1 1 TOP
IC301
TRACKING ACT.
BD8223EFV
E TOM 4 4 TOM TD,FD
LD+ 14 LD+
MECHA VD
14 SD,MD
Q751
8 VD VD
TKO+ VD 2 2 B.UP
7
TKO- 1 1 Q752
10
FCO+
9
FCO-

SOP 3
SPINDLE SPO+
MOTOR M SOM 2 CNT
23 40
CLCONT
SPO-
22 41
LDIN LOEJ
LCOP 5
LOADING/CARRIAGE SLLDO+ MUTE 21 39
CONT RESET 29 RESET
8 8
RESET
MOTOR M LCOM 4
SLLDO-

38
DSCSNS CD DATA (CDSRQ,CDSTBY,SKIP, CD DATA (CDSRQ,CDSTBY,SKIP,
SCL,SDA,DATA,BCLK,LRCK,WAIT) SCL,SDA,DATA,BCLK,LRCK,WAIT)
35
HOME

S903 S901
DSCSNS HOME
F

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A :DEH-64BT/XNUC JA251 PRE OUTPUT


B :DEH-6400BT/XNUC PL PL 3

AC
C :DEH-5400BT/XNUC RCAG 1
Q251 FL FL 6
231
753DBQ
D :DEH-4400BT/XNEW5 RCAG 4
E :DEH-4450BT/XNES ELECTRONIC VOLUME/
F :DEH-4490BT/XNID SOURCE SELECTOR
IC201
Q252

P251
PML022A

TUNL 2 6
IN2_L POUT_L

7 CDL 1
VOUTL IN1_L
JA901 B
BTL 3
IN3_L B.UP 18
PW
74 AUXL 4
IN4+_L
ILM+B
9 FL+
7 11 FL+ 1
FRONT_L FLIn
FL- 7 FL-
3
26 15 8 12
VST STB 5 RL+
REAR_L RLIn RL+ 5
27 13
VDT DATA 3 RL-
30 14
A B VCK CLK AMP RL- 7
IC301
PW PAL007E
Q871
MUTE
ILM+B
Q351 POWER
(1/2)
SYSTEM MICRO 22 25 BREM CONNECTOR
MUTE B.REM 14
COMPUTER
IC601
(2/2)
R5S7266ZD144FP

Q873 Q351
(2/2)
C
21
C D MUTE

E F
ASENS
Q931
143 ACC
ASENS 13
EGULATOR IC
IC912
A49182-V12

11 128
VDDCONT SWVDD
V 1 141
BSENS BSENS CN801
VDD 2 7
SYSPW SYSPW
3 AUXL
SW5VCNT 19
12
4
+B +B B.UP
10
+BUP 142 SOURCE
SSENS 18

REGULATOR ROT0
131 ROT0
6
D
IC501
BD9008F
1 130 ROT1
.UP PVIN ROT1 4
8
VIN

EN/ 5 19
SYNC SYNC ILM+B 5
2
SW
3 SWVDD 3
FB
4
INV
29 KYDT
18 KYDT 8
USBCTL
20 CN1821

CN1821
USBFLG
IC801
TC7SET08FUS1
54
VBUS 28 2 4 DPDT
DPDT 10
B
D
140 DSENS
DSENS 20
67
E
C D
A B

E F

VDSENS
D

B.UP

Q752 137 RGBDT


RGBDT 7

14 135 RGBST
VDCONT ILMCLR2 14

133 RGBCK
ILMCLR1 12
120
CDRST
A B

DSTBY,SKIP,
K,LRCK,WAIT)
USB5V 11

52 DM
DM 13
F
53 DP
DP 15

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B KEYBOARD UNIT
(DEH-64BT/XNUC,DEH-6400BT/XNUC)
JA1921
CN1821
A AUXR 3
AUXL 2
AUXL
19 FRONT_AUX
S1826 AUXGND 1
SOURCE
18
ROTARY COMMANDER S1827
S1842
ROT0 2 5 KDT2
6 SRC
ROT1 1 4 KST1
4
3 63 KDT0
KDT1
62 KDT1
5 ILM+B KDT2
61 KDT2
KDT3
3 SWVDD 60 KDT3
KDT4
69 KST0
49
KST1 KEY MATRIX
KYDT
8 TXD 68 KST1
KST2
67 KST2
LCD DRIVER/ KST3
KEY CONTROLLER 66 KST3
DPDT 50 IC1801 KST4
10 RXD 65 KST4
PD6538A KST5

B DSENS
LCD
20 V1801
REMOTE CONTROL
SENSOR
ILM+B 57 1 IC1802
REM
GP1UXC14RK
CN801

RGB DRIVER
IC1851 Q1868
BU2507FV BLUE LCD

RGBDT 12 9
7 DI AO6
A

Q1867
RGBST 10 GREEN LCD
14 LD
RGBCK 11
12 CLK
6
AO5
Q1866
RED LCD

5
AO4
Q1861
BLUE
GREEN
C RED
3
AO3
Q1856 Q1852 Q1857 Q1862 Q1853 Q1858 Q1863 Q1854 Q1859 Q1864 Q1855 Q1860 Q1865

2
AO2
Q1851

13 D1851 D1852 D1853 D1854


AO1

ILM+B ILM+B ILM+B ILM+B CN1911


USB5V USB5V
11 2
DM DM
13 3 USB
DP DP
15 4

D
D KEYBOARD UNIT
(DEH-5400BT/XNUC,DEH-4400BT/XNEW5,DEH-4450BT/XNES,DEH-4490BT/XNID)
JA1921
CN1821 AUXR 3
AUXL AUXL 2
19 FRONT_AUX
S1826 AUXG 1
SOURCE
18
ROTARY COMMANDER S1827
S1842
ROT0 2 5 KDT3
6 SRC
ROT1 1 4 KST2
4
3 63
KDT1
62
KDT2
61
KDT3
60
KDT4
69
49
KST1 KEY MATRIX
KYDT
8 TXD 68
KST2
67
KST3
LCD DRIVER/ 66
DPDT 50 KEY CONTROLLER KST4
E 10 RXD IC1801 KST5
65
PD6538A
CN801

DSENS
LCD
20 V1801
REMOTE CONTROL
A

SENSOR
57 1 IC1802
REM
GP1UXC14RK

ILLUMI ILLUMI ILLUMI


ILM+B BLUE RED WHITE
5
D1851,D1852,D1853,D1854, D1851,D1852,D1853,D1854,
D1855,D1856,D1857,D1858, D1855,D1856,D1857,D1858,
D1859,D1860,D1861,D1862, D1859,D1860,D1861,D1862, D1866
D1863,D1864,D1865 D1863,D1864,D1865
3 SWVDD

C E F D
F CN1911
USB5V USB5V
11 2
DM DM
13 3 USB
DP DP
15 4

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5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART
A

Power ON

Vcc = 1.2 V
Pin 5
PVcc = 3.3 V
Pin 1

BSENS B
Pin 141

BSENS = L

ASENS
Pin 143

ASENS = L

C
DSENS
Pin 140

DSENS = L

Starts
communication
with Grille
microcomputer. D

300 ms
SWVDD <- H
Pin 128
300 ms

In case of the above signal, the communication


Source keys with Grille microcomputer may fail.
operative If the time interval is not 300 msec, the oscillator
may be defective.
E

Source ON

SYSPW <- H
Pin 7

F
Completes power-on operation.
(After that, proceed to each source operation)

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5.2 ERROR CODE LIST

ERROR CODES
A If a CD memory device is inoperable, or operation of such media is stopped by an error, the error mode is established and a
cause of the error is displayed by an error code. Indication of error codes is intended to reduce the number of calls from
customers and facilitate failure analysis and repair work in servicing.

(1) DISPLAY METHOD


If 0xFD error mode is displayed in CD MODE (CD MODE area for display), an error code will be displayed in the MIN (minute
display) and SEC (second display) areas.

The same code is displayed in the MIN and SEC areas.


The TNO area is blank (#0FFH), as it conventionally was.
Display example of the head unit
Depending on the display capability of LCDs, the display format varies, as shown below. XX denotes an error number.
B
Note: In a case of an OEM product, the error display format is subject to the specifications used by the equipment
manufacturer.
8-digit display 6-digit display 4-digit display
ERROR-xx ERR-xx E-xx

(2) LIST OF CD ERROR CODES (Error Mode: 0xFD)


Code Classification Error code to be displayed Details and possible causes
07 Servo TOC reading NG TOC information cannot be read.
C --> The partial disk or TOC content is illegal.
10 Servo Carriage Home NG The pickup cannot move toward the inner track.
The CRG cannot move from the inner track.
--> Defective HOME SW; Failure in CRG movement.
11 Servo Focus NG Focusing not available
--> Disc placed upside-down; Stains on the disc; excessive vibration.
12 Servo Spindle Lock NG Spindle not locked. Subcode not readable.
Subcode NG Proper RF AMP gain not obtained.
RF-amp NG --> Defective spindle; Scratches or stains on the disc; excessive vibration.
--> A CD-R/RW disc that does not contain data loaded, or in a rare case, disc placed upside-down.
--> RF signal error.
15 Servo RF NG The digital signal from the disc cannot be detected.
D --> A CD-R/RW disc that does not contain data loaded.
17 Servo Setup NG The laser output cannot be adjusted. Focus can be easily lost.
--> Scratches or stains on the disc; excessive vibration.
30 Servo Search Time Out Failed to reach a target address. And, the search became a timeout.
--> Carriage/Tracking error; Scratches on the disc; Stains on the disc
50 Mechanism Load NG Disc loading/ejection not completed
Eject NG --> A foreign object inserted in the mechanism; Disc jammed.
51 Mechanism Failure in retried Disc could not be ejected even after disc turning had been retried.
turning for ejection --> A foreign object inserted in the mechanism; Disc jammed.

E
NOTES
Indications of error codes are available only during disc operations, because CD operations are unavailable if a mechanical error is
generated.
If the TOC cannot be read, It stops because of error 07.
If you design a new head unit, be sure to use one of the display formats indicated in Display example of the head unit.
The 2 high-order digits of an error code denote the main classification, shown below.
code classification
0x
1x Servo-related errors
3x
5x Mechanism-related errors

F How to restore from each error is shown below.


Servo-related errors(0X, 1X, 3X) : Servo-related errors CD Off, Eject, ACC Off, Back-up Off, Communication reset, Reset
Load NG/Eject NG(50) : Reload, Eject, ACC Off, Back-up Off, Communication reset, Reset
Failure in retried turning for ejection : CD On, Eject, ACC Off, Back-up Off, Communication reset, Reset

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USB storage device/iPod


A
Message Cause Action Message Cause Action

NO DEVICE When plug and Turn the plug N/A USB The USB device Connect a USB
play is off, no and play on. connected to is Mass Storage
USB storage de- Connect a com- not supported Class compliant
vice or iPod is patible USB stor- by this unit. device.
connected. age device/iPod. Disconnect
FRMT READ Sometimes Wait until the your device and
there is a delay message disap- replace it with a
between the pears and you compatible USB
start of playback hear sound. storage device.
and when you CHECK USB The USB con- Check that the
start to hear any nector or USB USB connector or B
sound. cable has short- USB cable is not
NO AUDIO There are no Transfer the audio circuited. caught in some-
songs. files to the USB thing or dam-
storage device aged.
and connect. The connected Disconnect the
The connected Follow the USB USB storage de- USB storage de-
USB storage de- storage device in- vice consumes vice and do not
vice has secur- structions to dis- more than use it. Turn the
ity enabled. able the security. 500 mA (maxi- ignition switch to
mum allowable OFF, then to ACC
SKIPPED The connected Play an audio file current). or ON and then
USB storage de- not embedded connect only
vice contains with Windows C
compliant USB
files embedded Media DRM 9/10. storage devices.
with Windows
Media DRM 9/ The iPod oper- Make sure the
10. ates correctly connection cable
but does not for the iPod has
PROTECT All the files in Transfer audio charge. not shorted out
the USB storage files not em- (e.g., not caught
device are em- bedded with in metal objects).
bedded with Windows Media After checking,
Windows Media DRM 9/10 to the turn the ignition
DRM 9/10. USB storage de- switch OFF and
vice and connect. back ON, or dis-
connect the iPod D
and reconnect.

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A
Message Cause Action Message Cause Action

ERROR-19 Communication Perform one of ERROR-16 The iPod firm- Update the iPod
failed. the following op- ware version is version.
erations. old.
Turn the ignition iPod failure. Disconnect the
switch OFF and cable from the
back ON. iPod. Once the
Disconnect the iPods main
USB storage de- menu is dis-
vice. played, reconnect
Change to a dif- the iPod and reset
ferent source. it.
B
Then, return to
the USB source. STOP There are no Select a list that
Disconnect the songs in the contains songs.
cable from the current list.
iPod. Once the NOT FOUND No related Transfer songs to
iPods main songs. the iPod.
menu is dis-
played, reconnect
the iPod and reset Bluetooth device
it. Message Cause Action
iPod failure. Disconnect the
ERROR-10 The power failed Turn the ignition
cable from the
C for the switch OFF and
iPod. Once the
Bluetooth mod- then to ACC or
iPods main
ule of this unit. ON.
menu is dis-
If the error mes-
played, reconnect
sage is still dis-
the iPod and reset
played after
it.
performing the
ERROR-23 USB storage de- USB storage de- above action,
vice was not for- vice should be for- please contact
matted with matted with your dealer or an
FAT12, FAT16 or FAT12, FAT16 or authorized
FAT32. FAT32. Pioneer Service
Station.
D

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5.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

ANTENNA MICROPHONE WIRED FRONT


INPUT REMOTE OUTPUT
15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 CONTROL
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

REAR OUTPUT or
1 FL+ 9 NC SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
2 FR+ 10 NC C
3 FL- 11 NC
4 FR- 12 NC
5 RL+ 13 ACC
6 RR+ 14 B.REM
7 RL- 15 B.UP
8 RR- 16 GND

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 DISPLAY TEST MODE
A The information such as the system microcomputer version is checked.

[How to enter Test mode]


Press 1 and 3 keys simultaneously to start resetting.

[Operation key]
Operation key Processing Remarks
Enter display test mode
1+3 Switch to next test mode

[Test items]
Start display test mode. Key Illumination Icon
(Press 1 + 3 keys simultaneously to start resetting.) * Initial
Off All off condition

On (an initial value) All off


System Version information is displayed.
C

S $ $ $ $ # # # 14SEG
S $ $ $ $ # # # 5*5Dot

$ PD number For PEA010A, "010A" is displayed


# System For Ver.7.01, "701" is displayed On (an initial value or
All off
microcomputer setting value of default
version menu)

Switching to next display


by pressing 1 + 3 keys simultaneously.

Display is normally updated


Product operation is performed as usual, in appearance. On (an initial value or On (lighting condition
Switching to next display setting value of default of normal times)
by pressing 1 + 3 keys simultaneously. menu)
E
Display update is stopped
The screen gets still when entering this item. On (an initial value or On (state when
setting value of default entering test mode)
Switching to next display menu)
by pressing 1 + 3 keys simultaneously.

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6.2 CD TEST MODE

- Flow Chart A

[4]+[6]->BUP+ACC ON [CD] or [SOURCE] [Key]


Test Mode IN Source ON
Contents
TRK MIN
Display

[BAND] [2]
Power On RF AMP *1
(T.Offset is adjusted) Gain switching
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
00 00 00 GG GG GG

[BAND] [3] [6] [1] [>] [<] [2]


Power Off Focus Close Focus Mode switching Tracking Servo CRG + CRG - Self-adjusting
S curve check *2 Close *6 *6 switching *3 B
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 TRK MIN SEC
91 91 91 0X 0X 0X or 99 99 99 or 99 99 99 or 99 99 99 ?? ?? ??

[BAND] [1] [3] [>] [<] [2]


Power Off T.Close & AGC RF AGC / CRG + CRG - T.Balance adjustment /
Applicable servomechanism RF AGC coefficient display T.BAL coefficient display
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC 8X 8X 8X 8X 8X 8X TRK MIN SEC
?tr ?min ?sec ?? ?? ?? or 9X 9X 9X or 9X 9X 9X ?? ?? ??

[BAND] [1] [3] [>] [<] [2]


Power Off F,T,RF AGC*5 F,T AGC / F.Bias CRG/TR Jump + CRG/TR Jump - Tracking Open
F.Bias display switching RF AGC *4 *4
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC 8X 8X 8X
?? ?? ?? ?tr ?min ?sec ?tr ?min ?sec ?tr ?min ?sec or 9X 9X 9X

*6 C

[BAND] [2]
Power Off Tracking Open

TRK MIN SEC 8X 8X 8X


or 9X 9X 9X

Operation
*1) TYP t + 6 dB t + 12 dB [Key] Test Mode
TRK MIN SEC TRK
06MIN06SEC06 TRK
12MIN12SEC12 [BAND] Power On/Off
[>] CRG + / TR Jump +
(Direction of the external surface)
D
*2) Focus Close t S. Curve t F EQ measurement setting [<] CRG - / TR Jump -
TRK
00MIN00SEC00 TRK
01MIN01SEC01 TRK
02MIN02SEC02 (Direction of the internal surface)
(TRK99MIN99SEC99) [1] T. CLS & AGC & Applicable servomechanism /
AGC,AGC display setting
[2] RF Gain switching / Offset adjustment display /
*3) F.Offset Display t RF.Offset t T.Offset Display t Switch to the order T.Balance adjustment / T. Open
of the original
[3] F. Close,S. Curve / Rough Servo and RF AGC /
display
F,T,RF AGC
*4) 100TR Jump [6] F. Mode switching / Tracking Close

*5) TRK/MIN/SEC t F.AGC t T.AGC Gain t F.Bias t RF AGC


E

*6) CRG motor voltage = 2 [V]

After the [EJECT] key is pressed keys other than the [EJECT] key should not be pressed, until disc ejection is complete.
When the key [2] or [3] is pressed during the Focus Search, the power supply should be immediately turned off (otherwise the lens sticks
to Wall, causing the actuator to be damaged).
In the case of 100TR Jump, the mechanism shall be set to the Tracking Close mode when the key is released.
When the power is turned on/off the gain of the RFAMP is reset to 0 dB. At the same time all the self-adjusting values shall return to the
default setting. F
Do not do Tracking Servo Close before doing Focus Servo Close. (Because the overcurrent flows)

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7. DISASSEMBLY
While the photograph shown is slightly different from this model in shape, the disassembly procedure is the same.
A
- Removing the Panel Assy (Fig.1)
1 1
1 Remove the two hooks.

2 2
Remove the two hooks
2
and then remove the Panel Assy.
Fig.1
Panel Assy
B

- Removing the CD Mechanism Module (Fig.2, 3, 4)

1 Remove the screw. 1


2 2

Fig.2
2 Remove the two screws.

The CD Mechanism Module side is made a bottom. Heat sink side


C

3
Fig.3

3 Push the area and remove the two hooks.


Tuner Amp Assy CD Mechanism Module
D
Slide the Tuner Amp Assy
in the direction of the arrow
4 and then remove the hooks
of upper and lower.

Lift off the Tuner Amp Assy from the Heat sink side.

5 The Tuner Amp Assy is fixed into the ditch.


E
5

Disconnect the FFC


6
and then remove the CD Mechanism Module. 6

CD Mechanism Module Fig.4

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- Removing the BT Unit and Tuner Amp Unit (Fig.5)


A
BT Unit
1 Disconnect the FFC.
5
2 2
Straighten the tabs 3 3
2 at three locations indicated
and then remove the BT Unit.
2
1
3 Remove the two screws.
B

4 5
4 Remove the two screws.
4
Straighten the tabs
5 at two locations indicated Fig.5
and then remove the Tuner Amp Unit.

Tuner Amp Unit C

- Attention of removing (Fig.6)

Don't remove this screws


excluding the dismantlement
of the CD Mechanism Module.

Fig.6

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- Disassembling the Panel Part (Fig.7, 8)


A
1. Remove the arm while bending the rib of the panel upward.

B
Fig.7

2. Press the upside hook and the bottom side hook of the
button at the same time, and pull out the button.

Fig.8

- Assembling the Panel Part (Fig.9, 10, 11)


1. Attach the button from the front side of the panel.
D

Fig.9

2. Attach the spring to the arm as shown in the figure.

The bended tip of the


spring is set to this side.

Hitch the spring to the groove. Fig.10


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3. Fit the spring in the groove at the position shown in the figure.
A
4. Fit the boss on the lower side of the arm in the lower hole of
the panel, and then warp the rib on the panel in the direction
shown in the figure and fit the boss of the arm in the panel.

Fig.11

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How to carry the mecha unit


1. Hold the designated points (shown with dashed lines) of the upper chassis and the front/rear bracket.
A 2. Be careful not to hold the solid line portions or the CRG mecha part or insert foreign substances, to prevent distortion.
3. When holding the sides of the upper chassis, do not apply excessive force to prevent distortion. (Approx. 8N or less)

Handling OK

Handling NG

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How to remove the PU unit


1. Create an empty-clamp state according to How to create empty clamp state (motor drive).
2. Hook the feeding screw biasing spring to a tentative hooking portion (Fig 2b). Be careful not to get injured by the A
spring edge.
3. Hold the PU at the position A as shown in Fig 1. Slide the PU as far as possible toward the holder in the feeding screw
so that a joint on the outer end of the feeding screw is loosened.
4. As shown in Fig 3, move the rear end of the feeding screw laterally and then upward, to remove it from the outer holder.
5. Lift the PU unit to disengage it from Part B of the chassis (Fig 4), and remove the PU unit.
(Cautions) When re-installing the PU, be sure to first nip the chassis and the PU unit (Fig 4) at the position B.
Also, make sure to fully hook the feeding screw biasing spring (Fig 2a).
Please follow the service manual for adjustment of the PU unit after the re-installation.

Slide toward inner circumference


Fig 2a Fig 2b
B
Fig 1

Fully-hooked state Tentatively-hooked state

C
The spring is below a resin
flange and is built inside the
B A sheet metal bending.

Fig 3 Fig 4

[Incorrect built-in state]


The chassis is not nipped between
Outer holder Normal built-in state
the PU case and the PU rack.
Rear end of feeding screw

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT


8.1 CD ADJUSTMENT
A

1) Cautions on adjustments 2) Test mode


In this product the single voltage (3.3 V) is used for the This mode is used to adjust the CD mechanism module.
regulator. The reference voltage is the REFO1 (1.65 V) To enter the test mode.
instead of the GND. [4] + [6] -> BUP + ACC ON
If you should mistakenly short the REFO1 with the GND
during adjustment, accurate voltage will not be obtained, To exit from the test mode.
and the servos misoperation will apply excessive shock Turn off the ACC and back up.
to the pickup. To avoid such problems:
a. Do not mix up the REFO1 with the GND when Notes:
connecting the (-) probe of measuring instruments. a. During ejection, do not press any other keys than the
B Especially on an oscilloscope, avoid connecting the (-) EJECT key until the loaded disc is ejected.
probe for CH1 to the GND. b. If you have pressed the () key or () key during focus
b. In many cases, measuring instruments have the same search, turn off the power immediately to protect the
potential as that for the (-) probe. Be sure to set the actuator from damage caused by the lens stuck.
measuring instruments to the floating state. c. For the TR jump modes except 100TR, the track jump
c. If you have mistakenly connected the REFO1 to the GND, operation will continue even if the key is released.
turn off the regulator or the power immediately. d. For the CRG move and 100TR jump modes, the tracking
loop will be closed at the same time when the key is
Before mounting and removing filters or leads for released.
adjustment, be sure to turn off the regulator. e. When the power is turned off and on, the jump mode
is reset to the single TR (91), the RF amp gain is set to 0 dB,
For stable circuit operation, keep the mechanism and the auto-adjustment values are reset to the default
C operating for about one minute or more after the settings.
regulator is turned on.

In the test mode, any software protections will not


work. Avoid applying any mechanical or electrical
shock to the mechanism during adjustment.

The RFAGC and RFO signals with a wide frequency range


are easy to oscillate. When observing the signals,
insert a resistor of 1k ohms in series.

The load and eject operation is not guarantied with the


D
mechanism upside down. If the mechanism is blocked
due to mistaken eject operation, reset the product or
turn off and on the ACC to restore it.

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8.2 CHECKING THE GRATING AFTER CHANGING THE PICKUP UNIT

Note :
The grating angle of the PU unit cannot be adjusted after the PU unit is changed. The PU unit in the CD mechanism
module is adjusted on the production line to match the CD mechanism module and is thus the best adjusted PU
unit for the CD mechanism module. Changing the PU unit is thus best considered as a last resort. However, if the
PU unit must be changed, the grating should be checked using the procedure below.

Purpose :
To check that the grating is within an acceptable range when the PU unit is changed.

Symptoms of Mal-adjustment : B
If the grating is off by a large amount symptoms such as being unable to close tracking, being unable to perform
track search operations, or taking a long time for track searching.

Method :
Measuring Equipment Oscilloscope, Two L.P.F.
Measuring Points E, F, REFO1
Disc TCD-782
Mode TEST MODE
CD CORE UNIT

F L.P.F.

E Xch Ych
E 100 kohm
Oscilloscope
VREF 390 pF

F 100 kohm

REFO1 390 pF
VREF
D
L.P.F.

Checking Procedure
1. In test mode, load the disc and switch the 3 V regulator on.
2. Using the right and left buttons, move the PU unit to the innermost track.
3. Press key 3 to close focus, the display should read "91". Press key 2 to implement the tracking
balance adjustment the display should now read "81". Press key 3. The display will change,
returning to "81" on the fourth press.
4. As shown in the diagram above, monitor the LPF outputs using the oscilloscope and check that the phase E
difference is within 75 . Refer to the photographs supplied to determine the phase angle.
5. If the phase difference is determined to be greater than 75 try changing the PU unit to see if there is any
improvement. If, after trying this a number of times, the grating angle does not become less than 75 then the
mechanism should be judged to be at fault.
Note
Because of eccentricity in the disc and a slight misalignment of the clamping center the grating waveform may be
seen to "wobble" ( the phase difference changes as the disc rotates). The angle specified above indicates the
average angle.
Hint
Reloading the disc changes the clamp position and may decrease the "wobble".

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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31
1 2 3 4

Grating waveform Ech -> Xch 20 mV/div, AC


Fch -> Ych 20 mV/div, AC
A

0 degrees 30 degrees

45 degrees 60 degrees

75 degrees 90 degrees

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

8.3 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION

- PCL output
With the TESTIN (22 pin) status of IC601 to be H, it is shifted to PCL Output Test mode after reset started.
Check that square wave of 600.0 kHz is output from PCL (8 Pin) of IC601.
If clock signal is out of this range, this resonator (X602) must be changed for a new one.

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9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : Parts marked by " * " 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.
A
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
"
Screw adjacent to mark on the 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.)
9.1 PACKING

Tape

EW5

64UC

64UC
64UC

E 64UC

EW5

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


DEH-64BT/ DEH-6400BT/ DEH-5400BT/ DEH-4400BT/ DEH-4450BT/ DEH-4490BT/
Mark No. Description
XNUC XNUC XNUC XNEW5 XNES XNID
1 Polyethylene Bag CEG1173 CEG1173 CEG1173 QEG3001 QEG3001 QEG3001
A
2 Protector CHP4103 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016
3 Protector CHP4104 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016 QHP3016
4 Microphone Assy CPM1083 CPM1083 CPM1083 CPM1083 CPM1083 CPM1083
5 Holder CZN7192 CZN7192 CZN7192 CZN7192 CZN7192 CZN7192

6 Cushion CZN7193 CZN7193 CZN7193 CZN7193 CZN7193 CZN7193


7 Cord Assy QDP3013 QDP3013 QDP3013 QDP3014 QDP3013 QDP3013
8 Unit Box QHG3136 QHG3135 QHG3134 QHG3132 QHG3133 QHG3137
9 Contain Box QHL3136 QHL3135 QHL3134 QHL3132 QHL3133 QHL3137
10 Card type RC Unit QXE1044 QXE1044 QXE1044 Not used QXE1044 QXE1044

* 11 Accessory Assy YEA5100 YEA5100 YEA5100 Not used YEA5099 YEA5099


B
12 Screw BPZ20P060FTC BPZ20P060FTC BPZ20P060FTC Not used Not used Not used
13 Attachment Assy CEA4636 CEA4636 CEA4636 CEA4636 CEA4636 CEA4636
14 Polyethylene Bag CEG1160 CEG1160 CEG1160 Not used CEG1160 CEG1160
15 Screw CRZ50P090FTC CRZ50P090FTC CRZ50P090FTC Not used Not used Not used

16 Handle QNC3021 QNC3021 QNC3021 QNC3021 QNC3021 QNC3021


17 Screw TRZ50P080FTC TRZ50P080FTC TRZ50P080FTC Not used TRZ50P080FTC TRZ50P080FTC
18 Case Assy Not used Not used Not used QXA3129 QXA3129 QXA3129
19 IM CD-ROM Not used Not used Not used QPJ3009 Not used Not used

20-1 Owner's Manual QRD3096 QRD3096 QRD3096 Not used QRD3097 QRB3193
20-2 Quick Start Guide Not used Not used Not used QRD3094 Not used Not used
20-3 Installation Manual Not used Not used Not used QRD3095 Not used Not used C
* 20-4 Warranty Card QRY3001 QRY3001 QRY3001 CRY1316 Not used CRY1304
* 20-5 Caution Card Not used Not used Not used QRP3009 Not used Not used

* 20-6 Service Network Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used CRY1305

Owner's Manual,Installation Manual


Part No. Language
QRD3096 English, French, Spanish(Espanol)
QRD3094 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German ,Dutch, Russian
QRD3095 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German ,Dutch, Russian
D
QRD3097 English, Spanish(Espanol), Portuguese(B), Arabic, Persian, Traditional Chi-
nese
QRB3193 English
QRB3194 Portuguese(B)

CONTENTS OF CD-ROM (Operation Manual), QPJ3009


Part No. Language
* QRB3179 English
* QRB3180 French
* QRB3181 Italian
E
* QRB3182 Spanish(Espanol)
* QRB3183 German
* QRB3184 Dutch
* QRB3185 Russian
* QRB3186 Swedish
* QRB3187 Norwegian
* QRB3188 Finnish
* QRB3189 Danish
* QRB3190 Portuguese
* QRB3191 Greek
F
* QRB3192 Turkish

All operation manuals are supplied in PDF files by the CD-ROM.


Regarding the availability of paper manual, contact Pioneer Service representative in your region.
DEH-64BT/XNUC
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9.2 EXTERIOR

DEH-5400BT/XNUC
DEH-4400BT/XNEW5
A DEH-4450BT/XNES
DEH-4490BT/XNID

EW5

C A

D
A

DEH-64BT/XNUC
36
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Screw ASZ26P050FTC > 26 Fuse(10 A) YEK5001


2 Screw BSZ26P060FTC 27 Detach Grille Assy See Contrast table (2)
A
3 Screw BSZ26P080FTC 28 Screw BPZ20P100FTC
4 Screw BSZ26P120FTC 29 Spring CBH2210
* 5 Seal See Contrast table (2) 30 Sheet See Contrast table (2)

6 Spring QBH3001 31 Knob Unit CXE3692


7 Cover QNM3029 32 Spring YBL5010
8 Panel QNS3126 33 Button(EJECT) QAC3066
9 Arm QNV3025 34 Button(LIST, SRC, PHONE, RETURN, BAND) QAC3067
10 Button QNV3026 35 Button(LEFT) QAC3068

11 CD Mechanism Module(S11.6) CXK5804 36 Button(RIGHT) QAC3069 B


12 Cable QDE3020 37 Button(1-6, -) QAC3070
13 Cable QDE3021 38 Button(DETACH) QAC3071
14 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2) 39 Cover QNS3226
15 Case QNB3003 40 Lighting Conductor See Contrast table (2)

16 Holder QNC3020 41 Contact Rubber QNV3041


17 Panel QNS3127 42 Segment LCD(V1801) CAW2017
18 BT Unit QWM3365 43 Holder QNC3031
19 BT Module CWX4123 44 Lighting Conductor QNV3040
20 Tuner Amp Assy See Contrast table (2) 45 Rubber Connector QNV3045
C

21 Screw BPZ26P080FTC 46 Grille Unit See Contrast table (2)


22 Screw BSZ26P060FTC 47 Door QAT3004
23 Screw BSZ26P120FTC 48 Card type RC Unit See Contrast table (2)
24 Holder QNC3036 49 Cover See Contrast table (2)
25 Heat Sink QNR3002 50 Label See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


DEH-64BT/XNUC, DEH-6400BT/XNUC, DEH-5400BT/XNUC, DEH-4400BT/XNEW5, DEH-4450BT/XNES and
DEH-4490BT/XNID are constructed the same except for the following:
D
DEH-64BT/ DEH-6400BT/ DEH-5400BT/ DEH-4400BT/ DEH-4450BT/ DEH-4490BT/
Mark No. Description
XNUC XNUC XNUC XNEW5 XNES XNID
* 5 Seal CAN3984 Not used CAN3984 Not used Not used Not used
14 Cord Assy QDP3013 QDP3013 QDP3013 QDP3014 QDP3013 QDP3013
20 Tuner Amp Assy QWM3362 QWM3300 QWM3299 QWM3298 QWM3301 QWM3302
(Tuner Amp Unit) (Tuner Amp Unit) (Tuner Amp Unit) (Tuner Amp Unit) (Tuner Amp Unit)
27 Detach Grille Assy QXA3468 QXA3467 QXA3466 QXA3465 QXA3469 QXA3470
30 Sheet CNN3494 CNN3494 Not used Not used Not used Not used

40 Lighting Conductor QNV3039 QNV3039 QNV3038 QNV3038 QNV3038 QNV3038


46 Grille Unit QXA3418 QXA3417 QXA3416 QXA3415 QXA3419 QXA3420
48 Card type RC Unit QXE1044 QXE1044 QXE1044 Not used QXE1044 QXE1044 E
49 Cover CNS7068 CNS7068 CNS7068 Not used CNS7068 CNS7068
50 Label Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used CNN3533

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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1 2 3 4

9.3 CD MECHANISM MODULE

A
B
(A)

(B)
B

(A) (B)

(A)

(A)

C B C
(A)
D
(A)
(A)

(A)
(B)

(A)

(B)

(A) C

(A) : GEM1024
F
(A)
(B) : GEM1043

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

CD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 ..... 50 Damper CNW1198


2 Screw BSZ20P040FTC A
3 Screw(M2 x 4) CBA1835 51 Arm CNW1726
4 Washer CBF1038 52 Motor Unit(M2)(LOAD/CRG) CXC4026
5 Spring CBH3010 53 Screw Unit CXC8894
54 Arm Assy CXE5027
6 Spring CBH2855 55 Washer CBF1037
7 Spring CBH2856
8 Spring CBH2860 56 Washer CBF1038
9 Screw BSZ26P060FTC 57 Arm CND6242
10 Spring CBH3011 58 Collar CNW2444
59 Roller CNW1196
11 Coil Spring CBH3095 60 Gear Unit CXC8893 B
12 Spring CBH3014
13 Spring CBH3015 61 Washer YE15FTC
14 Spring CBH3016 62 Chassis Unit CXE4528
15 Spring CBH3017 63 Motor Unit(M1)(SPDL) CXE2273
64 Screw JFZ20P025FTC
16 Spring CBH3086 65 Screw JGZ17P022FTC
17 Spring CBH3019
18 ..... 66 Screw EBA1028
19 Leaf Spring CBL1824 67 CD Core Unit (S11.6STD) CWX4023
20 Pickup Unit(P10.6)(Service) CXX3556 68 Chassis CNA3181
C

21 Bracket CND4553
22 Arm CND4555
23 Bracket CND6127
24 Bracket CND5710
25 Lever CND5398

26 Sheet CNN3678
27 Rack CNV8342
28 Guide CNW2240
29 Roller CNW1172
D
30 Holder CNW1195

31 Arm CNW2241
32 Roller CNW1175
33 .....
34 Arm CNW1177
35 Arm CNW1178

36 Gear CNW1180
37 Gear CNW1181
38 ..... E
39 Gear CNW1183
40 Rack CNW1184

41 Gear CNW1185
42 Gear CNW1186
43 Gear CNW1187
44 Gear CNW2287
45 Clamper CNW1190

46 Arm CNW1192
F
47 Holder CNW1193
48 Holder CNW1194
49 Damper CNW1197

DEH-64BT/XNUC
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1 2 3 4

10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


10.1 TUNER AMP UNIT (GUIDE PAGE)
A Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

A-a A-b
Large size
SCH diagram *2
A~C D E,F A~C D E,F
A-a CD
C CN701
C707

4 /CDSTBY
3 /CDSRQ

RESET
C408 NM NM 15p C432 NM NM CCG1205

15 PGND
CN701

11 DATA
NM

13 LRCK
12 BCLK

16 WAIT
GND
SKIP

14 GND
VDD
SDA
C708

5 SCL
100p

VD
VD
C421 100p 22p C433 NM NM 0.1u
VKN1192
C427 82p 82p 2p C457 1u NM NM NM
C709

10
C443 NM 0.01u 0.01u C458 3p NM NM

1
2

6
7
8
9
C444 NM NM 8p R403 1.5k 1.5k 330 NM
MECHA VD 7.4V C710
C452 1u NM NM R406 470 470 360 CD/USB:+5.22 dBs

CDSRQ

DGND1

PGND
RESET

DATA

LRCK

WAIT
NM

CDSTBY

VDD4

BCLK
SDA
C455 10p R408

SCL
NM NM 680 680 390 VD2

SKIP

R716
L404 0.39uH Q751 PGND C234

220
0.27uH 0.27uH R421 0 NM 0 2SD2396(K) DGND CCG1192-A
L405 CTF1389 CTF1389 NM R431 0 NM NM VD1 10u
L406 22uH 22uH 1.5uH R433 0 0 NM DAC

R751
R434 C235

NM
L409 47uH 47uH 2.2uH NM NM 0 GND

10u
47k
Q752 R753 R754
L416 NM CTF1786 C430 0.47u 0.47u NM
A-a A-b NM

C754 0.1u/10
Guide page 3 4 820 NM

RKZ8.2KG(B2)
L417 NM NM C431 0.1u NM NM R717 R232

CCG1192-A
0.39uH 0.1u R701

C751
L418 NM NM 0.27uH C439 NM NM 0.1u 2 5

C753
100k

D751
47k 820

R752

10k
L420 68n NM NM 1 6 R702

150
150
150
RN4983

16
15
14
13
12
6 ZEROR/ZEROA 11
VCOM 10
100k 4

AGND 9
5
VDCONT

MC
MD
ML
SCK

NC ZEROL/NA

PCM1753DBQ
6 3
FM(30%) -15 dB2.5: -15.0 dBs C704

R713
R714
R715
7 2

IC231
AM(30%) -15 dB2.5: -15.0 dBs NM

VOUTR
VOUTL
GND VDSENS

DGND
C705

DATA
LRCK
FM(30%) -11 dB2.5 (EW5): -11.0 dBs 8 1

BCK

VCC
A-a A-b Detailed page AM(30%) -11 dB2.5 (EW5): -11.0 dBs NM

220
220
100
220
100

NM
NM
R704 C706
ANTENNA

1k
4.7k

1
2
3
4
5

7
8
NM
C425 4700p/25 TUNR NM

R712
C424 4700p/25 TUNL R231
TUNER

R718
B

R707
R708
R709
R710
R711
820

R719
R720
AGND D GND
R703

CTF1786-A
R721 C702

CTF1786-A
JA401

C429
36.48MHz

9p/50
C428
L407

L408
100k
YKS5041 X401 *2 AGND C701 NM NM

CCG1192-A
TUNGND

L701
NM
9p/50

1000p/50

0.01u/16
2 1 X2

C239

C232
0.01u/16
4 GND2

C233
3 C703

NM

0.1u/10
IMSA-6802-01Y900

3 DGND

C437
C431

10u
0.1u/10

NM
R432
P401

NM

1 2 R429 NM

CDDATAIN

CDLRCKIN
C417

KN401 GND

C432
C435

CDSCKIN
GND1

VDCONT

CDSTBY

CD_SDA
CD_SCL

CDWAIT
1u/10

X1

DATA
LRCK
C419

CDSKIP
GND

CDSRQ

CDRST

SCK

BCK
M2R6TP_GND CSS1805-A

MD
MC
ML
L412 NM
L413 NM

OSCIN 53 R409 NM
62 0.22u/16

C448
GND-REF 54 0.1u/10
RFGND

MD

MC
63 C416

VREFDEC 55 C426

BCK

SCK
LRCK
DATA
CDSCKIN

CDSKIP
CDLRCKIN

CDDATAIN
NM L414 NM
A,B PEB009A8
*2 R421
*5 C PEB008A8
64

61
60
59
58
57
56

52
51
50
49
L416
D~F PEB029A8
TVDAC

PLLTEST

OSCOUT
DACOUTR
VCC-ADC_DAC
R401

R402

TCFM

GND-PLL

DACOUTL
VCC-PLL

1
GND-ADC_DAC

48
220

750

VCC-REF
VDDPLL1V2 L419
VDDIO1V2
TEST SW5V
2 47 2.2u C441 NM
VDD_CORE CCG1205 VDD3.3V
KP2311E

3
KP2311E

46
D401

D402

*2 C446
RFGND NM 4 FMMIXDEC GND1V2
45
C442
NM B.UP
GPIO0
C401 L404 5 FMMIXIN2
C413 FMPINDRV 44
FMMIXIN1 FMPINDDEC GPIO1
33p/50 0.01u/16 6 43 L671
*5
0.01u/16

FLASH ROM IC671


0.01u/16

GNDRF GPIO2 SI
0.01u/16

CTF1786-A
6p/50

C409
C402

C403

C449

C406
NM

C414 7

except D
42
L401
0.15u

TCAM GPIO3 SCK 5 4


SI VSS
1u/10
AGND C450
8
VCCRF IC401 GPIO4
41
KN601 6
SCK WP#
3
SO
orRFGND 9 40 M2R6TP_GND
CK_SEL TDA7706 GPIO5 7 HOLD# 2
SO
NM 10 39 X601
RFGND GNDVCO GPIO6 8 1
L402 LFREF VDD CE# CSS1603-A
11 38 16.934MHz

CE
LFREF GPIO7 1 3
CTF1786-A C407 C410 LF1 12
0.1u/10

37 1 3
C404

NM

NM
LF1 GPIO8

NM
GND

R672
R671 47k

47k

10p/50
0.1u/10 0.01u/16 13 VCCVCO PINDDEC 36

C617
A GND3V3 C671 2 2
GND PINDIN C440

C611
VREG3V3

C411 0.01u/16 14 TCAM2


VCCREG1V2

35

R420
R419

C615
C613
10k

8
7
6
10k
RDSINT

VDD3V3
GNDSLINK
AMMIXIN1
AMMIXIN2

RFGND 0.1u/10
LNAOUT2
LNADEC2

L403 15 0.1u/10
RSTN

34
GNDLNA

R619
C412 10u
LNADEC

LNAOUT

REG1V2

I2CSCL
LNAIN2

GND
DGND
LNAIN

CTF1786-A CCG1192-A I2CSDA 33


VDIG

16
0.1u/10
C405
C456

NM

2
3
1
R416
NM

CTF1786-A

RFGND

0.1u/10
L415

NM
100

100
100

NM

220
C445 0.022u/16
C
NM

0.1u/10
0.1u/10

0.1u/10

C609
17
18
10u 19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

C605

C607

R634

C619
0.1u/10

0.1u/10
NM

C620

R618
GND L410

ASEBRK
RFGND C408 R403 *2

R609

R611
R613
R614

R617
C612

R616

TRST
NM
0.1u/10
0.1u/10

C422

TMS

TDO
R433

R434

TCK
C420

L405 L406 C415

TDI
C443

TUNPCK 99 RDS_INT
C457 R427 R417
CCG1192-A

L418 0.01u/16 RF
C418

GND *2 1k
1000p/50

L420
NM
C438

C454 NM NM
C433

C436

C447
C439

R415

R414
NM

R418

97 NC
NM

NM

NM
C444

R407
33

*2

108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
R405

1M

R430

98

96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
TMS 77
TDI 76

ASEBRKAK/ASEBRK 75
74
73
C451

NM
R413

C458 1M

DGND
*2
R408
C427
L409

NM

TDO
TUNPCE1

RSPCK

TCK
TUNPDO

DACSCK
VCC6

VCC5

VCC4
PVCC8

PVCC7

PVCC6
TUNPCE2

TRST
DACBSCK
VSS9

VSS8

VSS7
109

DACLRCK
MOSI
MISO

DACBDATA
CD_SDA GND

DACDATA
TUNPDI
L417

CD_SDA

AUDIO_X1
AUDIO_X2
/SSL

AUDIO_XOUT
CDLRCKIN
1/4W 1/4W

CDSCKIN

CDSKIP
CADATAIN
DGND R410
R406

C421

R412
CD_SCL 110
*2 8.2 8.2
CD_SCL
0.01u/16

111
R431

AV
*2 L411 NM
C423

C452

C430

C455
C434
NM

RF
*2 GND R428 0 *2
112
113
TUNSDA
TUNSCL
KE
CP_SDA
A
RFGND *2 *2 RF GND CP_SCL 114
CP_SDA
CP_SCL VDS
DGND 115
NC
CPRST 116
CPRST
Q551 C601 117
L551 LSA1576UB(QRS) VDD3.3V PVCC9 MODE
CPPW 0.1u/10 118
NM R558 CPPWR USBU
4.7k CPPW 119
0.1u/10

R562 VSS10 USBU


C551

R551

47k

CDRST 120
R552 10k R559 100 NM CP_SCL CDRST USBA
CDSRQ 121
R553 10k R560 100 CP_SDA CDSRQ USBA
CDSTBY 122
R561
NM CDWAIT 123
CDSTBY SYSTEM MICRO USBAP
CDWAIT USBAP
15

R605
MODE0/SPI_CLK 13

14
I2C_SCL/SPI_SIMO 12
11

IC551 ML NM 124
341S2162 DACCS REF
VSS

NC8

IC601
I2C_SDA/SPI_SOMI

10 16 125
CPRST NC USBD
R5S7266ZD144FP
RB551V-30

9 17 126
MODE1/SPI_nSS

NC7 NC9 PVCC10 USBD


D601

R601

R603
100k

C602 0.1u/10
10k

8 NC6 NC10 18 127


NC5 NC11 VSS11 V
7 NC4 NC12 19 ipod CP SWVDD5 128
NC3 SWVDD
nRESET

NC13
6 20 USB&USB5V KEYD 129
KEYD
VCC
NC2
NC1

D502 ROT1 130 ROT1 USBDP


4
3

1
5

ROT0 131
220p/16

CRG03 ROT0 USBDP


1u/16

D
C507

C505

D503 ILMPW 132


C552 R556 2.7k ILMPW AS
C509 IC501 CRG03
0.1u/10 R557 4.7k ILMCLR1 133 ILMCLR1
1 8 USB
L501 1u/16 C603 134
PVIN VIN PVCC11 USB
USB5V CTH1475-A GND 2 7 GND
GND ILMCLR2 0.1u/10 135
SW GND ILMCLR2 V
51k NM
CCG1192-A

3 6
C503 220u/6.3

RB160L-40

FB RT SYNC 136
D501

VSS12 PV
R503 R502

10u C514
62k

4 5
R602

R506 R507 SYNC RGBDT


47k

INV EN/SYNC 137


RGBDT
R505

V
18k
C502

R641
R501

NM

138
470

BD9008F GND BTTESTIN X


3.6k

47k BTTESTIN
22p/50
C508

RGBDT 139
0.015u/16

GND BTTESTMD EX
BTTESTMD 140
C506

DSENS MD_BO
GND BSENS 141 BSENS MD_C

DPDT/TESTDO
KYDT/TESTDI
SSENS 142
R504

SSENS PLL
12k

12 RAM_MON

/USBFLG

ASENS 143 ASENS


VDCONT
DIMMER

USBCTL
/RDSLK
PCL 7 ANTPW
SYSPW

10 BT RST

PVCC2

PVCC3

PVCC4
PVCC1

TESIN
TELIN

PLL

BTRX
MUTE
VCC1

VCC2

VCC3
5 VSS1

VSS2

VSS3

VSS4
SYNC

BTTX
144

CKIO
IC510
ROM
1
4
3
2

VDT
NC

VCK
VST

NMI
8 PCL
4 NC
R604

GND
47k

1 5 VBUS
VIN VOUT
1
2
3

11

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
2 FLG
ROM
5
6
7
8

GND
1u/10

KEYD
JA892
C510

1 3 4
C511

FLG
NM

3 EN /OC
RAM_MON

CKS4124
TESTIN
R508

KEYAD
TELIN1
10k

2
C512

C513

NM
1u/10
0.1u/16

0.1u/16

W.REM BD2232G-G USBCTL


2.2k
C892

R610
C891

0.1u/10
R612 47k

R642
USBCTL
R615 100k

NM
0.1u/10

0.1u/10
0.1u/10

0.1u/10
C604

C606

R607

R608

C608

C610

C614

C621
0.1u/10

0.1u/10

NM
47k

C616
47k

C618

GND GND
JA891
YKS5035 MIC1PF
6 R892 1k KEYD2
(RMIC) 5 MIC1N KEYD
4
3 KEYAD2 KEYAD
2 DSENS1
(W/R) 1 R891 1k BTRST
VA894

VA892
VA893

VA891

BTRX
R691

NM

W.REM&MIC BTTX

VR105C5R0AAA BT Phone: -6.93 dBs


CN961 GND BT MOD BT Audio: -6.93 dBs LPF
E VKN1189 BTL
IC961
GND 13 NJM4558MD L962 SYS+B
VDCONT

C964 R963 8.2k


USBCTL
ANTPW
SYSPW

1 NM
BTRST

SPKL 12 C968 8
TELIN

MUTE
SYNC

DPDT
KYDT

BTRX
BTTX

1u/10 OUT1 VCC


VCK
VDT
FLG

VST
DIM

11 470p/50 2 7 C967 BTR


VSS
C963 R962 8.2k IN-1 OUT2
SPKR 10 R969 3 6 470p/50
R813 RGBDT

1u/10 IN+1 IN-2


R967

VSS 10k 4 5 R968

E
9
10k

220p/50
C966

R965 GND IN+2


10k
220p/50

8
C969

MIC1N
only A,B
R970

0
CN801
10k

C970
2.2k
R961

MIC1P 7 DSENS
47k

GND
CN22 VCC 6 NM
L961
R972
CKS6288 C818
0.1u/16
R807 SSENS
CCG1192-A

NRST_CPU 5 A GND 10k


1u/16

20
C961

NM DSENS AUXL 2.2k


C965

R973
NM

R818 2.2k
C962

R802 100
10k

VSS 4 AUXL
10u
D961

NM

19
R971

1k AUXL
47k

GND R966 GND SRC R816 22k


U1IN
U1OUT
3
2
R964 1k (A, B) SOURCE 18
AUXR
R801 100 AUXR
17 R817 22k R815 100 AUXG
GND AUXR AUXG
GND 1
GND
GND
B AUXGND

DP
16
15
DP
ICLR2
L801 CTF1713-A
11 2 2 R806
8.2
DP

14
CN1821 RGBST/ILMCLR2
DM 13
DM only A,B 4 4 3 3 R805 DM
ICLR1 R812 2.2k 8.2 ILMCLR2
RGBCK/ILMCLR1 12
US5V R811 2.2k ILMCLR1
USB5V 11
DPDT2
NOTE : DPDT 10 R804 2.2k

9
R814
except A,B
Symbol indicates a resistor. USBGND
0 KYDT

No differentiation is made between chip resistors and


(C~F) KYDT 8
R803 2.2k KYDT
R809
8.2k

RGBDT/USBGND 7
ROT0 R808 2.2k
discrete resistors.
Symbol indicates a capacitor.
D ROT0
ILM+B
6
5
ILM
ROT1 R810 2.2k
ROT0

4 ROT1
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and CN1821 ROT1
SWVDD 3
SWVD
L8
D804 DZ2S068C

D803 DZ2S068C

discrete capacitors.
DZ2S068C

C810 220p/50
D811 DZ2S068C

only A,B
D809 DZ2S068C

D805 DZ2S068C

D802 DZ2S068C

D801 DZ2S068C

D810 DZ2S068C

2
C811 220p/50
0.1u/16

ILMGND
C801 NM
D808