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ORDER NO.

RRV4045
VSX-1020-K

AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER

VSX-1020-K
VSX-1025-K
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement Remarks

VSX-1020-K UXCNCB AC 120 V


VSX-1025-K CUXCN AC 120 V

For details, refer to "Important Check Points for good servicing".

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 2010
K-IZK MAR. 2010 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

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
B 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

(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)


ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
The following check should be performed for the
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
continued protection of the customer and service
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
technician.

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LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground 2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or have special safety related characteristics. These are
equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V Replacement parts which have these special safety
AC 60 Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
current measured must not exceed 0.5 mA. Electrical components having such features are
identified by marking with a > on the schematics and on
D the parts list in this Service Manual.
Reading should The use of a substitute replacement component which
Leakage not be above does not have the same safety characteristics as the
Device current 0.5 mA
under tester PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the
test parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire,
Test all or other hazards.
exposed metal
surfaces Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Also test with Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of,
plug reversed Earth PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal
E
(Using AC adapter ground
plug as required) charge from PIONEER.

AC Leakage Test

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]
In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.
1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.

1 Use specified parts for repair.

Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.

2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.


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Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.

3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.

When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)

4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.

Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.

5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.

Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.
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6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.

Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.

7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.

Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.

8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.

Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.

9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.


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When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.

a Safe environment should be secured during servicing.

When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.

3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts E

Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.

4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be F
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ..........................................................................................................................................................2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................5
A 1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING ...............................................................................................................................................5
1.2 NOTES ON REPLACING PARTS ...................................................................................................................................5
1.3 CAUTION ........................................................................................................................................................................5
2. SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................................6
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS...........................................................................................................................................................6
2.2 PANEL FACILITIES .........................................................................................................................................................7
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE.............................................................................................................................................11
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING..........................................................................................................................11
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................12
3.3 JIGS LIST......................................................................................................................................................................13
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM...............................................................................................................................................................14
4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM......................................................................................................................................14
B 4.2 DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................................16
4.3 ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................18
4.4 DIGITAL VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................................19
4.5 ANALOG VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................20
4.6 GND BLOCK DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................................................................22
5. DIAGNOSIS.........................................................................................................................................................................25
5.1 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART...........................................................................................................................................25
5.2 ERROR INDICATIONS..................................................................................................................................................40
6. SERVICE MODE .................................................................................................................................................................41
6.1 TEST MODE .................................................................................................................................................................41
7. DISASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................................................................43
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................50
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8.1 HOW TO UPDATE FIRMWARE ....................................................................................................................................50
8.2 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................................53
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ...............................................................................................................................54
9.1 PACKING SECTION......................................................................................................................................................54
9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION...................................................................................................................................................56
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................................................60
10.1 AUDIO ASSY ..............................................................................................................................................................60
10.2 COMPONENT ASSY ..................................................................................................................................................62
10.3 COMPOSITE, MIC, F-VIDEO and BRIDGE2 ASSYS.................................................................................................64
10.4 F-HDMI, USB MTG and HDMI MTG ASSYS ..............................................................................................................66
10.5 AMP ASSY..................................................................................................................................................................68
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10.6 DISPLAY, HEADPHONE and POWER SW ASSYS....................................................................................................70
10.7 D-MAIN ASSY (1/12) ..................................................................................................................................................72
10.8 D-MAIN ASSY (2/12) ..................................................................................................................................................78
10.9 D-MAIN ASSY (3/12) ..................................................................................................................................................80
10.10 D-MAIN ASSY (4/12) ................................................................................................................................................82
10.11 D-MAIN ASSY (5/12) ................................................................................................................................................84
10.12 D-MAIN ASSY (6/12) ................................................................................................................................................86
10.13 D-MAIN ASSY (7/12) ................................................................................................................................................88
10.14 D-MAIN ASSY (8/12) ................................................................................................................................................90
10.15 D-MAIN ASSY (9/12) ................................................................................................................................................92
10.16 D-MAIN ASSY (10/12) ..............................................................................................................................................94
10.17 D-MAIN ASSY (11/12) ..............................................................................................................................................96
E 10.18 D-MAIN ASSY (12/12) ..............................................................................................................................................98
10.19 MAIN and BRIDGE1 ASSYS ..................................................................................................................................100
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................102
11.1 AUDIO ASSY ............................................................................................................................................................102
11.2 COMPONENT ASSY ................................................................................................................................................104
11.3 COMPOSITE, MIC, F-VIDEO and BRIDGE2 ASSYS...............................................................................................106
11.4 F-HDMI, USB MTG and HDMI MTG ASSYS ............................................................................................................108
11.5 AMP ASSY................................................................................................................................................................110
11.6 DISPLAY, HEADPHONE and POWER SW ASSYS..................................................................................................114
11.7 D-MAIN ASSY...........................................................................................................................................................118
11.8 MAIN ASSY...............................................................................................................................................................122
11.9 BRIDGE1, GUIDE3 GIUIDE-L and GUIDE-R ASSYS ..............................................................................................126
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12. PCB PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................................128

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING
For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit. A

Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
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.

Do NOT use a soldering iron whose tip temperature cannot be controlled.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
B
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.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

1.2 NOTES ON REPLACING PARTS


The part listed below is difficult to replace as a discrete component part.
When the part listed in the table is defective, replace whole Assy.
Parts that is Difficult to Replace
Assy Name PCB Assy Part No.
Ref No. Function Part No. Remarks D
IC800 EMMA2RL2 UPD61283F1-407LU2A BGA
D-MAIN Assy 7028069261010-IL
IC1501 HDMI Receiver SII9233ACTU IC with heat-pad

1.3 CAUTION

Discharging
For more detail, please refer to 7. DISASSEMBLY - 1. Discharging.

Notes on Ground Points Connection


For more detail, please refer to 7. DISASSEMBLY - 2. Notes on Ground Points Connection.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
A

(VSX-1020-K)

(VSX-1025-K)

E
Accessories

AM loop antenna FM wire antenna


(ATB7013) (ADH7030)

Microphone (for Auto MCACC setup) iPod cable Dry cell batteries Remote control
(APM7008) (L308102013010-IL) (AAA size IEC R03) x2 (8300759500010-IL)

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2.2 PANEL FACILITIES

A
Front panel

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A
Display

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Remote control

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Rear panel

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A

Items to be checked after servicing / VSX, SC


To keep the product quality after servicing, confirm recommended check points shown below.
No. Procedures Check points
Confirm whether the customer complain has been solved. The customer complain must not be reappeared.
1 If the customer complain occurs with the particular source, Video, Audio and operations must be normal.
such as Dolby Digital, DTS, AAC, DVD-A and HDMI, input it for
the operation check.
Check the analog audio playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
2 (Make the analog connections with a DVD player.)
B
Check the digital audio playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
3 (Make the digital connections with a DVD player.)

Check surround playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
4 (Select Surround mode and check the multichannel operations
via the DSP circuit.)

Check the video outputs. Video and operations must be normal.


5 (Connect with a DVD player.)

Check the tuner (AM and FM) operations. Audio and operations must be normal.
6

Check the sound from headphone output. Sound must be normal, without noise. C
7

Check the appearance of the product. No scratches or dirt on its appearance after receiving it for
8 service.

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See the table below for the items to be checked regarding video and audio.
Item to be checked regarding video Item to be checked regarding audio
Block noise Distortion
Horizontal noise Noise
Flicker Volume too low
Disturbed image (video jumpiness) Volume too high
Too dark Volume fluctuating
Too bright Sound interrupted
Mottled color E

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

A AUDIO ASSY FM/AM TUNER UNIT

COMPONENT B
ASSY

COMPOSITE ASSY C O MAIN ASSY

N D-MAIN ASSY

BRIDGE2 ASSY F P BRIDGE1 ASSY

AMP ASSY J Q GUIDE3 ASSY


GUIDE-L ASSY R S GUIDE-R ASSY

MIC ASSY D E F-VIDEO ASSY

HEADPHONE L G F-HDMI ASSY


ASSY

POWER SW ASSY M DISPLAY ASSY K I HDMI MTG ASSY


H USB MTG ASSY

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A
NOTES: - Parts marked by NSP are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.

Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.

Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
NSP 1..MAIN ASSY 7025HK0918010-IL NSP 1..AMP ASSY 7025HK0918012-IL
2..MAIN ASSY 7028069211010-IL 2..AMP ASSY 7028069531010-IL
2..BRIDGE1 ASSY 7028069213010-IL
2..GUIDE-L ASSY 7028069214010-IL NSP 1..INPUT ASSY 7025HK0918013-IL
2..GUIDE-R ASSY 7028069215010-IL 2..AUDIO ASSY 7028069241010-IL
2..COMPONENT ASSY 7028069242010-IL B
2..GUIDE3 ASSY 7028069218010-IL 2..COMPOSITE ASSY 7028069243010-IL
2..BRIDGE2 ASSY 7028069244010-IL
NSP 1..FRONT ASSY (VSX-1020-K) 7025HK0918011-IL
NSP 1..FRONT ASSY (VSX-1025-K) 7025HK0918051-IL 2..F-VIDEO ASSY 7028069245010-IL
2..DISPLAY ASSY (VSX-1020-K) 7028069221010-IL 2..MIC ASSY 7028069246010-IL
2..DISPLAY ASSY (VSX-1025-K) 70280692210C0-IL
2..POWER SW ASSY 7028069222010-IL NSP 1..F-HDMI ASSY 7025HK0918014-IL
2..F-HDMI ASSY 7028069251010-IL
2..USB MTG ASSY 7028069223010-IL
2..HDMI MTG ASSY 7028069224010-IL NSP 1..D-MAIN ASSY 7025HK0918015-IL
2..HEADPHONE ASSY 7028069225010-IL 2..D-MAIN ASSY 7028069261010-IL

3.3 JIGS LIST D

Jigs List
Jig Name Part No. Remarks
13P extension jig cable GGD1669 Diagnosis (AMP Assy AUDIO Assy)
8P extension jig cable GGD1670 Diagnosis (AMP Assy MAIN Assy)
7P extension jig cable GGD1671 Diagnosis (AMP Assy MAIN Assy)
2P short connector jig GGD1672 Diagnosis (Posistor MAIN Assy)
Board to board extension jig cable GGD1675 Diagnosis (COMPONENT Assy MAIN Assy)

Lubricants and Glues List

Name Part No. Remarks


Silicon grease GEM1057 Refer to 9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION.
Silicon adhesive GYA1011 (KE40RTV-W) Refer to 9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION.
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4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
A
- When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
- : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

B O
MAIN ASSY
(7028069211010-

C
POWER TRANS

J AMP
(702

FM/AM
D TUNER UNIT

L
HEADPHONE ASSY
(7028069225010-IL)

K DISPLAY ASSY
E GUIDE3 ASSY (7028069221010-IL: VSX-1020-K)
Q (7028069218010-IL)
(70280692210C0-IL: VSX-1025-K)

R GUIDE-L ASSY
(7028069214010-IL)

G
GUIDE-R ASSY M F-HD
F S (7028069215010-IL)
POWER SW ASSY (702
(7028069222010-IL) USB MTG ASSY H
(7028069223010-IL) H I (
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N N 1/12- N 12/12
D-MAIN ASSY B
(7028069261010-IL)
B

ASSY
8069211010-IL) F P C

BRIDGE2 ASSY BRIDGE1 ASSY


(7028069244010-IL) (7028069213010-IL)

CN7612 CN7614 CN7601


CN7613 CN7615 CN7602

J AMP ASSY
(7028069531010-IL)
A A
AUDIO ASSY
(7028069241010-IL) D

B B

COMPONENT ASSY
(7028069242010-IL)
C

E
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E C
G F-VIDEO ASSY COMPOSITE ASSY
F-HDMI ASSY D (7028069245010-IL) (7028069243010-IL)
(7028069251010-IL) MIC ASSY F

HDMI MTG ASSY (7028069246010-IL)


I (7028069224010-IL)
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4.2 DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

A
N D-MAIN ASSY

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E
B
A

D
C

18
1
1

A AUDIO ASSY
DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK

2
2

Selector / Volume / PRE Amp


4.3 ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

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IC2501
BD3473KS2

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3

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4.4 DIGITAL VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

D
N D-MAIN ASSY

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4.5 ANALOG VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

B COMPONENT ASSY

E F-VIDE

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C COMPOSITE ASSY

E F-VIDEO ASSY

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4.6 GND BLOCK DIAGRAM

N D-MAIN ASSY

G F-H

D MIC ASSY
C
E F-VIDEO
ASSY

B COMPONENT ASSY C COMPOSITE ASSY A AUDIO ASSY


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K DISPLAY ASSY A

B
F-HDMI ASSY
G
O MAIN ASSY

J
AMP ASSY
E

L
HEADPHONE ASSY

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5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART
Simplified diagnosis A
Errors in the Audio Part of the D-MAIN Assy (those simply and roughly predictable by machine operation only)
Sound abnormality in Delay
If sound abnormality does not occur in the Delay OFF state but occurs in the Delay ON state, it is most likely that a failure
has occurred in SDRAM (IC251) or LATCH (IC281, IC291) in the DSP Part.
No sound at analog signal input
If sound abnormality does not occur with digital signal input (COAX, OPT, etc.) but occurs only with analog signal input,
it is most likely that a failure has occurred in the AD converter (IC501).
No sound with the PQLS ON (normal sound with the PQLS OFF)
If no sound is output during CD playback with the PQLS ON, it is most likely that a failure has occurred in the crystal
oscillator (X361). (Diagnosis point A)

B
DSP Troubleshooting
<If no sound is output in Multi-Channel-Signal Playback or Surround mode with the COAX, OPT, USB, and HDMI inputs>
Assume that the LCRs are neither in poor connection nor damaged.
Assume that diagnosis is performed from Side A.
This shows failure analysis for the DSP Part of the D-MAIN Assy.
The parts marked like 1 in the following chart are located in "Check Points of the D-MAIN Assy."

Step 0: Preliminary confirmation


Confirm the following items before checking D582 (Cathode)

Do Is the
screws of No voltage of around No
earth terminal (KN481) Tighten screws securely. Replace D582. C
2.7 V output
securely tighten ?
? Note: 4
If this section is not fixed, Yes
Yes
the GND for DSP module
To Step 1 may lifted from the chassis C333 (+ side) V+1_DSPF
and cause instable potential
and lead to product failures.
Is the No
Step 1: MUTE pin voltage of 1 V Check the C333.
input?
NG
IC301 (Pin 84) (or R324) DSP1MUTE 5
Yes
Replace IC582 (side B).
Is the D
voltage of output No Check the DSP and down
stream block. Go to step 6. C506 (+ side) V+5_DAC
signal 0 V
?
1 No
Yes Is the No
Replace IC301. voltage of 5 V Check the C506 and C527.
To Step 2 input?
NG
6
Yes
Check the MAIN Assy.
Step 2: Power supply
IC581 (Pin 1) V+5_DDD1 C552 (+ side) V+5_DACD
(to chassis)
E
Is the Is the No
No Check the Q1900 and voltage of around Check the C552.
voltage of around
5 V input? its periphery block. 5 V input?
NG
2 7
Yes Yes
Replace R552.

IC581 (Pin 3) V+3R3_D C606 (+ side) V+5_DACA


(to chassis)

Is the No Check the C121, C114, Is the No


voltage of 3.3 V voltage of 5 V Check the C606, C656, C706
output? C509 and C459. input? and C756.
3 NG 8 NG
Yes Yes F

Replace IC581. Replace Q551 (side B).


To Step 3

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Step 3: X'tal
IC361 (Pins 1, 3, 5, 13) Check that the data and clock signals are output.

IC101 (Pin 23) (or R110) DIRMCLK (Master clock)


Is there No
a 24.576 MHz Check the X362 (side B).
input? Is there a
NG No
9 master clock
Yes Replace IC361. output?
16 (0 V 3.3 V)
IC361 (Pins 2, 4, 6, 12)
Yes R117 XDIRRST

B Is there No
a 24.576 MHz Replace IC361. Is the No
output? input signal Check the path to
9 3.3 V? the IC1305
Yes (Port expander).
Yes
To Step 4 NG
Replace IC101.
When the COAX or OPT is input, go to Step 4.
When the HDMI (SPDIF path) is input, go to Step 4-1. IC101 (Pin 24) (or R111) DIRLRCK (LR clock)
Used Source:
[dts HD High Resolution Audio], [dts HD LBR],
[Dolby Digital Plus], [2ch of 48kHz sampling rate or less], Is there No
a LR clock Replace IC101.
[Other compression stream] output?
C When the HDMI (SACD) is input, go to Step 5-1. 17 (0 V 3.3 V)
Used Source: [SACD] Yes
When the HDMI (I2S path) is input, go to Step 5-2.
Used Source: IC101 (Pin 25) (or R112) DIRADAT (Data)
[dts HD Master Audio], [Dolby True HD],
[PCM or LPCM of 88.2kHz sampling rate or more],
[LPCM Multi ch] Is there a No
data output? Replace IC101.
When the USB is input, go to Step 5-3.
18 (0 V 3.3 V)
Step 4: DIR Yes
Check that the S/PDIF signal is output. IC101 (Pin 26) (or R113) DIRBCK (Bit clock)
Check that changes by pulling out and inserting the digital
input lines.
D R101, R102 OPT Is there No
a bit clock Replace IC101.
output?
Can 19 (0 V 3.3 V)
observe the No Check the OPTICAL IN JACK, Yes
digital signal and parts and patterns in the path.
? (0 V 4 V)
10 To Step 5-3
Yes
11

R122, R123 COAX

Can
E observe the No Check the parts and patterns
digital signal in the path.
?
13 (1.65 V center, amplitude more than 0.2 Vp-p)
Yes
14
Step 4-1
Check that it changes in the Playback and Pause modes of
the HDMI.
IC101 (Pin 5) From HDMI part

Can
observe the No Check the HDMI part, and the parts
F
digital signal and patterns in the path.
?
15 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes

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Step 5: DSP input (digital) A


Digital input of each CH when inputting the digital
signal with audio.

Step 5-1 IC301 (Pin 93) (or R330) S3BCK


IC301 (Pin 86) (or R326) LFE data (SACD)
Is there No
a data input?
Is there No
a data input? 25 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
20 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes IC301 (Pin 97) (or R332) Front L/R data
(Front L data (SACD)) B
IC301 (Pin 85) (or R325) Center data (SACD)

Is there No
a data input?
Is there No
a data input? 22 (0 V 3.3 V)
(0 V 3.3 V) Yes
21
Yes
Step 5-2 When the source is SACD, go to Step 6.
IC301 (Pin 98) (or R332) Surround L/R data When the source is others, go to Step 5-4.
(Front R data (SACD))
Step 5-4
Is there No
a data input? IC301 (Pin 94) (or R331) S3LRCK
C
22 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
Is there No
IC301 (Pin 99) (or R332) Center/LFE data a data input?
(Surround L data (SACD))
26 (0 V 3.3 V)

Is there No When the USB is input, check the IC1300


a data input?
and IC800, and the parts and patterns in
22 (0 V 3.3 V) the path.
Yes When the HDMI I2S or HDMI SACD is input,
check the HDMI part, and the parts and
IC301 (Pin 100) (or R332) Surround Back L/R data
(Surround R data (SACD)) patterns in the path.
When the COAX, OPT or HDMI SPDIF is
input, check the parts and patterns in the D
Is there No
path.
a data input?
22 (0 V 3.3 V) To Step 6
Yes
Check the HDMI part, and the parts
Step 5-3 and patterns in the path.

IC301 (Pin 89) (or R327) DSP0MCLK

Is there No
a data input?
E
23 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
IC301 (Pin 134) DSP1MCLK

Is there No
a data input?
24 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes

VSX-1020-K 27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A Step 6: DSP output (digital)


Digital output of each CH when inputting the digital
signal with audio.

IC301 (Pin 123) (or R348) Center/LFE data IC301 (Pin 125) (or R348) Front L/R data

Is there No Is the output No


Replace IC301.
a data output? 0 V fixing?
27 (0 V 3.3 V) 27
Yes Yes

IC301 (Pin 124) (or R348) Surround L/R data IC301 (Pin 122) (or R348) Surround Back L/R data

No Is the output No
Is there Replace IC301.
a data output? 0 V fixing?
27 (0 V 3.3 V) 27
Yes
Yes

IC301 (Pin 125) (or R348) Front L/R data


DAC Buffer
Check that the clock signal is output.
Is there No
a data output? IC452 (Pin 16) (or R459) DA2MCLK (Master clock)

27 (0 V 3.3 V)
C Yes Is there No
a master clock Replace IC452.
IC301 (Pin 122) (or R348) Surround Back L/R data output?
28 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
Is there No
a data output? IC452 (Pin 13) (or R458) DA2BCK (Bit clock)
27 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
Is there No
Is the a bit clock Replace IC452.
voltage of output?
XDSP1RST at 3.3 V? No 29 (0 V 3.3 V)
(Does it drop to 0V Yes
periodically?)
D IC452 (Pin 11) (or R458) DA2LRCK (LR clock)
There is a possibility
Yes of the Boot error.
(Identification of the
defective part near Is there No
DSP is extremely a LR clock Replace IC452.
difficult.) output?
29 (0 V 3.3 V)
Yes
Replace IC301.
To Step 7

Digital output of each CH when inputting the digital signal


(- dB (no audio)).
E IC301 (Pin 123) (or R348) Center/LFE data

Is the output No
Replace IC301.
0 V fixing?
27
Yes
IC301 (Pin 124) (or R348) Surround L/R data

Is the output No
Replace IC301.
0 V fixing?
F 27
Yes

28 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Step 7: DAC output (analog) A

Analog output of each CH when inputting the digital signal


with audio. Analog output of each CH when inputting the digital
signal (- dB (no audio)).
CN501 (Pin 5) Front R out
CN501 (Pin 5) Front R out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC601. Is the output No
Replace IC601.
2.5 V fixing?
34
Yes 34
Yes

CN501 (Pin 7) Front L out B


CN501 (Pin 7) Front L out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC601. Is the output No
Replace IC601.
2.5 V fixing?
34
Yes 34
Yes
CN501 (Pin 9) Surround R out
CN501 (Pin 9) Surround R out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC651. Is the output No
Replace IC651.
2.5 V fixing?
34 C
Yes 34
Yes
CN501 (Pin 11) Surround L out
CN501 (Pin 11) Surround L out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC651. Is the output No
Replace IC651.
2.5 V fixing?
34 34
Yes
Yes
CN501 (Pin 13) Sub Woofer out
CN501 (Pin 13) Sub Woofer out

Is there No D
a data output? Replace IC701. Is the output No
Replace IC701.
2.5 V fixing?
34
Yes 34
Yes
CN501 (Pin 15) Center out
CN501 (Pin 15) Center out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC701. Is the output No
Replace IC701.
2.5 V fixing?
34 34
Yes
Yes
CN501 (Pin 17) Surround Back R out E
CN501 (Pin 17) Surround Back R out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC751. Is the output No
Replace IC751.
2.5 V fixing?
34
Yes 34
Yes
CN501 (Pin 19) Surround Back L out
CN501 (Pin 19) Surround Back L out

Is there No
a data output? Replace IC751. Is the output No
Replace IC751.
2.5 V fixing?
34 F
Yes 34
Yes
End

VSX-1020-K 29
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
Conditions for selecting SPDIF or I2S output (HDMI transmission)

pcm fs (kHz) Layout SPDIF I2S (3 lines)


Compression DVD-V 48 2ch Yes No
Compression *.WAV 44 2ch Yes No
48 2ch Yes No
dts-CD 44 2ch Yes No
PCM 44 2ch Yes No
Indistinguishable 48 2ch Yes No
B DVD-V 96 2ch No Yes
LPCM 44 2ch Yes Yes
Multi No Yes
48 2ch Yes Yes
Multi No Yes
88 2ch No Yes
Multi No Yes
DVD-A 96 2ch No Yes
Multi No Yes
176 2ch No Yes
Multi NA NA
C
192 2ch No Yes
Multi NA NA

SACD 2ch No Yes (DSD)


Multi No Yes (DSD)

dts HD Master Audio No Yes


dts HD High Resolution Audio Yes No
dts HD LBR Yes No
Dolby TrueHD No Yes
D Dolby Digital Plus Yes No

30 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
HDMI & DVC Block Troubleshooting
<When no image is displayed after the unit is turned on, the HDMI LED on the front panel lights, and the HDMI or analog signal is input.>
If conversion between 480i and 480p is not possible, it is most likely that IC800 is in failure. Check its peripheral circuits.
Assume that the LCRs are neither in poor connection nor damaged.
Analog video Convert (Ex.: S COMPONENT) is satisfied by diagnosing the input and output.
Although diagnosis is assumed to be performed from Side A, the wiring numbers on Side B are also described in the flowchart.
This shows failure analysis for the HDMI & DVC Part of the D-MAIN Assy.
The confirmation of peripheral circuits means mainly a power supply of IC, a sync signal, a existence of the input/output signal,
a conduction check and the appearance check of the bridges.

The parts marked like A in the following chart are located in "Check Points of the D-MAIN Assy."

Step 1: Power supply B

CN1900 (Pins 1, 2) V+13_UN IC1100 (Pin 5) (side B) V+3R3_EM_V

Is the No Is the No
voltage of around Check IC1100 and its peripheral
Check the MAIN Assy. voltage of around
13 V input 3.3 V output circuits.
? ?
A
Yes Yes

L1902 V+5_DDD IC1101 (Pin 5) (side B) V+3R3_EM_D

Is the Is the C
No Check Q1900 and its periphery. No Check IC1101 and its peripheral
voltage of 5 V (Pins 1,2,5,6: around 9 V voltage of around
output? 3.3 V output circuits.
Pin 3: around 6 V Square wave) ?
B
Yes NG Yes
Check IC1900 and its
peripheral circuits. IC1102 (Pin 5) (side B) V+2R5_EM

R1916 V+5_HD Is the No


voltage of around Check IC1102 and its peripheral
2.5 V output circuits.
Is the No Check Q1900 and its periphery. ?
voltage of around (Pins 1,2,5,6: around 9 V Yes
5 V output? D
Pin 3: around 6 V Square wave)
C
Yes NG IC1104 (Pin 5) (side B) V+1_EM

Check IC1900 and its


peripheral circuits. Is the No
voltage of around Check IC1104 and its peripheral
1 V output circuits.
L1931 V+3R3_HHH ?
Yes
Is the No Check Q1930 and its periphery.
voltage of around To Step 2
3.3 V output (Pin 1: around 7.5 V Square wave
? Pins 5,6: around 16.5 V)
D
Yes NG E

Check IC1930 and its


peripheral circuits.

L1932 V+1R8_HHH

Is the No Check Q1931 and its periphery.


voltage of around (Pin 1: around 5.5 V Square wave
1.8 V output
? Pins 7,8: around 16.5 V)
D
Yes NG

Check IC1930 and its F


peripheral circuits.

VSX-1020-K 31
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A Step 2: X'tal
IC803 (Pins 5, 7) (side B) CLK27EMMA, CLK27ABT
R1851 (side B) XVSRST

Is there No Check IC803 and its peripheral Is the


a 27 MHz voltage "H" No Check the soldering and parts of
output? circuits.
(around 3.3 V) the path.
?
Yes G
Yes
IC1302 (Pin 7)
R9018 XHDTX1RST

Is there No Check IC1302 and its peripheral Is the


B a 36.864 MHz No Check the soldering and parts of
circuits. voltage "H"
output? (around 3.3 V) the path.
E ?
Yes H Yes
X1501 (Pins 1, 3)
To Step 4

Is there a No Check X1501 and IC1501


27 MHz input or
output? and its peripheral circuits.
F
Yes
X1701 (Pins 1, 3)
C

Is there No Check X1701 and IC1701 Step 4: HDMI IN, HDMI OUT
a 28.63636 MHz
output? and its peripheral circuits.
Step 4-1: HDMI IN 1, 2, 3, 4
Yes
JA1601-JA1604 (Pin 18) +5V
R1270

Is the voltage No Check the soldering of JA1601-


Is there No Check IC1251 and its peripheral
a 48 MHz around 5 V ? JA1604 and the source equipment
signal? circuits. connected in JA1601-JA1604.
Q Yes
D Yes
To Step 3 JA1601-JA1604 (Pin 19) Hot plug detect

Step 3: RESET Is the voltage No Check IC1501 and its peripheral


around 5 V ? circuits.
R931 (side B) XEMRST
Yes
Is the
voltage "H" No Check the soldering and parts of
JA1601-JA1604 (Pins 15,16) DDC (SDA/SCL)
(around 3.3 V) the path.
?
E Yes Does
a signal output in No Check the soldering of JA1601-
IC1300 (Pin 91) XGARST constant period JA1604.
?

Is the Yes
voltage "H" No Check the soldering and parts of
(around 3.3 V) the path. JA1601-JA1604
? (Pins 1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12) TMDS signal
Yes
R1509 Is there No Check the soldering of JA1601-
0.5Vp-p in CLK
and DATA? JA1604.
Is the
voltage "H" No Check the soldering and parts of
F
(around 3.3 V) the path. Yes
?
F
Yes A

32 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
A
Step 4-2: BD IN
A
J
IC1501 HDMI Rx IC JA9551 (Pin 18) +5V

IC1807,IC1808(side B),IC1809, Is the voltage No Check the soldering of JA9551.


IC1810(side B),IC1811(side B) P** HSYNC VSYNC around 5 V ? Check the source equipment
(Pins 11-17) PDE, PDCLK connected in JA9551.
I
Yes

No Check IC1807-IC1811 and its JA9551 (Pin 19) Hot plug detect
Are signals B
output? peripheral circuits.
NG
Whole Yes Is the voltage No Check IC1601 and its peripheral
Check IC1501 and its around 5 V ? circuits.
diagram peripheral circuits.
Yes
B
K JA9551 (Pins 15,16) DDC (SDA/SCL)
IC1800 Video Scalar IC
Does
L a signal output in No Check the soldering of JA9551
IC9000 HDMI Tx IC constant period and the path.
?
C
Yes
HDMI OUT
JA9551
(Pins 1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12) TMDS signal
JA9000 (OUT 1)
(Pins 1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12) TMDS signal

Is there No Check the soldering of JA9551


0.5Vp-p in CLK
Is there No Check the soldering of JA9000 and DATA? and the path.
0.5Vp-p in CLK
and DATA? and IC9000, and its peripheral
circuits. Yes
M
Yes
IC1601 (Pins 67,68,
70,71,73,74,76,77) TMDS signal
JA9000 (Pin 18) +5V D

No Check IC9001 and its peripheral Is there No Check IC1601 and its peripheral
Is the voltage 0.5Vp-p in CLK
around 5 V ? circuits. and DATA? circuits.
N
Yes Yes
A
JA9000 (Pin 19) Hot plug detect To Step 4-3

Is the voltage No
Check the sync equipment.
around 5 V ? E

Yes

To Step 4-2

VSX-1020-K 33
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
Step 4-3: HDMI IN 4 (Front IN) Analog IN, HDMI OUT

Step 5: COMPONENT IN
CN1601 (Pin 18) V+5_F
Step 5-1: HDMI OUT (more than 480p)

Is the voltage No CN1254 (Pin 14) COMPDET


Check the soldering of CN1601.
around 5 V ?
O NG
Yes Is the voltage No Check CN1254 and diagnose
Diagnose the F-HDMI Assy. "H" ? the COMPONENT Assy.

NG P
Yes
B
Check the source equipment.
CN1254 (Pins 2,4,6) Y_IN, CB_IN, CR_IN

CN1601 (Pins 15,16) DDC (SDA/SCL)


Is there a No Check CN1254 and diagnose
analog video the COMPONENT Assy.
Does signal? *
a signal output in No
Check the soldering of CN1601. * Diagnose it from the COMPONENT Assy side.
constant period
? Yes
NG
Yes Q1151,Q1155,Q1157
Diagnose the F-HDMI Assy. SG_A, SG_B, SG_C
(Emitter), (side B)

C CN1601
(Pins 1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12) TMDS signal
Are the No
signals output at Check Q1151, Q1155, Q1157 and
emitter? its peripheral circuits.
Is there No
0.5Vp-p in CLK Check the soldering of CN1601. Yes
and DATA?
NG
IC1701 (Pins 2,5-8,12-19, Q** RXHSYNC, RXVSYNC, RXOCLK
Yes
25-28,59-62,64),R1706
Diagnose the F-HDMI Assy.
(side B)

IC1601 (Pins 48,49,51,


52,54,55,57,58) TMDS signal
Are the No Check IC1701 and its peripheral
D signals output? circuits.
Is there No Check the soldering between
0.5Vp-p in CLK Yes
and DATA? IC1601 and CN1601.
N IC1807,IC1808(side B),
Yes P** HSYNC, VSYNC, PDE, PDCLK
IC1809,IC1810(side B),
IC1601 (Pins 25,26, IC1811(side B)
28,29,31,32,34,35) TMDS signal (Pins 11-17)

Is there Are the No Check IC1807-IC1811 and its


No Check IC1601 and its peripheral signals output?
0.5Vp-p in CLK peripheral circuits.
and DATA? circuits.
E NG
N Yes
Yes Whole Check IC1501 and its peripheral
A diagram circuits.

To Step 5

To Step 5-2

34 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
Step 5-2: Component IN, HDMI OUT (at 480i) Step 6: HDMI OUT
CN1254 (Pin 16) A_VVYIN
Perform the same check items up to those
for IC1805 and IC1806 of Step 7.
Is there a No Check CN1254 and diagnose
C luminance the COMPONENT Assy.
signal?
IC800 (through hole) P
VID0-7, VICLK Yes
(Pins E13,D13,E12,D12,E11,
D11,E10,D10,D15) (side B)
IC1701 (Pin 36) (side B) A_VVYIN

B
Are there No Check IC1805 and IC1806 and its Are there No Check the soldering between
signals? peripheral circuits. color and luminance IC1701 and CN1254 and its
Check the soldering. signals?
peripheral circuits.
Yes
Yes
R872-R875,R878,R879, VOD,VOCLK
R884-R887 IC1701 (Pins 2,5-8,59-62, Q** RXHSYNC, RXVSYNC,
64),R1706 (side B) RXOCLK

Is there a No Check IC800 and its peripheral Are the No Check IC1701 and its peripheral
signal? circuits. Check the soldering. signals output? circuits.
Q
C
Yes
Yes
Replace the D-MAIN Assy.
IC1805 (Pins 3-9), Q16-23
IC1801 (Pins 11-13), PHSYNC, PVSYNC, PDE IC1806 (Pin 4) (side B) VICLK
IC1802, IC1803 (Pins 11-18), P**
IC1804 (Pin 4) (side B) PCLK
Are the No Check IC1805, IC1806 and its
signals output? peripheral circuits.
Are the No Check IC1801 to IC1804 and its
signals output? peripheral circuits. Yes

Yes C D
B
To Step 7
To Step 6

VSX-1020-K 35
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
Step 7: COMPOSITE IN, HDMI OUT DVC ON, Analog IN, OUT

CN1254 (Pin 16) A_VVYIN Step 8: COMPONENT IN


COMPONENT OUT
Note: When the connection is Composite S OUT, refer to the
Is there a No Check CN1254 and diagnose diagnose of IC800 and later in steps 9 and 10.
signal? the COMPONENT Assy.
P Perform the same check items up to
Yes
those for IC1701 and R1706 of Step 5-1.

IC1701 (Pin 36) (side B) A_VVYIN


IC1805 (Pins 3-9), Q16-23
B IC1806 (Pin 4) (side B) VICLK
Is there a No Check the soldering between
signal? IC1701 and CN1254 and its
peripheral circuits. Are the No Check the soldering between
signals output? IC1701 and IC1805, IC1806.
Yes

IC1701 (Pins 2,5-8,59-62, Q** RXHSYNC, RXVSYNC, Yes


64),R1706 (side B) RXOCLK
IC800 (through hole) VID0-7, VICLK
(Pins E13,D13,E12,D12,E11,
Are the No Check IC1701 and its peripheral D11,E10,D10,D15) (side B)
signals output? circuits.
C
Yes Are there No Check IC1805, IC1806 and its
signals? peripheral circuits.
IC1805 (Pins 3-9), Q16-23
IC1806 (Pin 4) (side B) VICLK Yes

R1214 A_VCYOUT_EM
Are the R1219 A_VCBOUT_EM
No Check IC1805, IC1806 and its
signals output? peripheral circuits. R1224 A_VCROUT_EM

Yes
Are there No Check IC800 and its peripheral
C circuits.
signals?
D
To Step 8 Q NG
Yes
Replace the D-MAIN Assy.

Check Q1202 and its peripheral circuits. A_VCYOUT


Check Q1203 and its peripheral circuits. A_VCBOUT
Check Q1204 and its peripheral circuits. A_VCROUT

Are there No Replace Q1202, Q1203, Q1204


signals? and its peripheral parts.
E
Q
Yes

CN1254 (Pin 8) A_VCYOUT


CN1254 (Pin 10) A_VCBOUT
CN1254 (Pin 12) A_VCROUT

Are there No Check the soldering and


signals? connection of the CN1254.
P
Yes
F

Diagnose the COMPONENT Assy.

36 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
Step 9: S IN, S OUT Step 10: COMPOSITE IN, COMPOSITE OUT
Note: When the connection is Composite OUT and Component OUT, (at DVC ON)
refer to the diagnose of IC800 and later in steps 8 and 10.
Note: When the connection is S Component OUT,
Perform the same check items up to refer to the diagnose of IC800 and later in steps 8 and 9.
those for IC1805 and IC1806 of Step 6.
Perform the same check items up to
those for IC1805 and IC1806 of Step 7.
IC800 (through hole) VID0-7, VICLK
(Pins E13,D13,E12,D12,E11,
D11,E10,D10,D15) (side B) IC800 (through hole) VID0-7, VICLK
(Pins E13,D13,E12,D12,E11,
D11,E10,D10,D15) (side B)

Are there No Check IC1805, IC1806 and its B


signals? peripheral circuits.
Are there No Check IC1805, IC1806 and its
signals? peripheral circuits.
Yes

R1203 A_VSYOUT_EM Yes


R1209 A_VSCOUT_EM
R1214 A_VCYOUT_EM

Are there No Check IC800 and its peripheral


circuits. Check the soldering. Is there a No Check IC800 and its peripheral
signals?
signal? circuits. Check the soldering.
Q NG
NG
Yes Q C
Yes
Replace the D-MAIN Assy. Replace the D-MAIN Assy.

Q1200 Emitter Check Q1202 and its peripheral circuits. A_VCYOUT


Q1201 Emitter

Is there a No Replace Q1202 and its peripheral


Are there No Check Q1200, Q1201 and signal? parts.
signals? its peripheral parts.
Q
Q Yes
Yes
CN1254 (Pin 8) A_VCYOUT
D
CN1254 (Pin 19) A_VSYOUT
CN1254 (Pin 21) A_VSCOUT
Is there a No Check the soldering and
signal? connection of the CN1254.
Are there No Check the soldering and P
signals? connection of the CN1254. Yes
S
Yes Diagnose the COMPONENT Assy.

To Step 10

Step 11: GUI/JPEG (USB) E


Composite/S/Component OUT
Diagnose the IC800 (through hole) of Composite/S/
Component OUT and later.

Step 12: GUI/JPEG (USB)


HDMI OUT

Go to C .

VSX-1020-K 37
5 6 7 8
4 3 2 1
VSX-1020-K 38
F
CN1900 CN1403 CN1404
CN1903
1 1 10 20 10
11 D1403
1
1
C: V+5_HD
1 1 1 5 CN501 15 23
1 1 5 CN482 15
19 B
1 4 L1904 IC561
4 R1916 C1913
GNDCH3

R1953

C1901 L1900
A: V+13_U
1

1 L1933
1 C487
R1952

L1932 JH1900 L1930


Q1931 1
L1903
L1902

R1933
R1932
C579 C580
R575 D561

C1902
D1900

R1915
L561

1954 L551
7: V+5_DACD
1

1950 C1900 L1901 C1912 R552 C488


1

C1918
D502

C1911 GNDCH6
D501

D 5
C1903
C1910

C1936
C1934
L501

C1904
B: V+5_DDD
C1944

6: V+5_DAC
L, R480
L, R479
L, R478
L, R477
L, R476
L, R494
L, R475

C1932
E
C1917 C1909
L502

10

1
5

C552
5

C509 C506
C505
R671
L651

C612 C656 C662


15

D1934 C606
1

E
A
IC1900

16 1

Q1900
C1930

C1952
1

C1953 C1908 C1915 D581


C1954
Q9701
L601
R621

E
C1931 C1956
L1301
IC1301
C1957
C577

15
5 IC1301 C1958
C653

C581
8: V+5_DACA
10

R581
C1935

C1345
C1933

2: V+5_DDD1
1

L701

C1940
20
C603

C703
Q1300

R721
L562
C618

C1307 C708
D562

1 5
IC581
IC584
L702

L602 L652 C668


E
1 L1302
D
4 R9357
R1949 L1931 Q1930
C706

R1931
IC1302 C582
3: V+3R3_D
R1930
C1306
C614

1
C608

1
L1300

1
C664

C658

R623
R673

C1823
5

C1825 R723
D583

1
R582

R1320 C1343 C459


C333 L453
R1835

IC1303
R1837

IC391
4
C712

R1833
R1828
R1834
R1836
C1301

7
1
D582
5

L1817
5

X1300
10

F1802 A L367 C714


R1800

C332
L1303

C718
L1304

R1801

F1801 1 1 1 1 1 L304

1
1
R1806
R1805
R1804
1

L751
D
R1803
1

C753
16

C335 14
16

1
1

5: V+1_DSPF
C758 R771
15
15

2 L1816 1
1 1 1 1 1 1
IC453 20
L452
L752

5
5
1
20

R1846
10
10

28
C330 C334
8
5

1
R1845

R1807
96
C756

IC1800 C331
1

R1809
R1808
IC1305

R1829
15 1

1
IC1304
D1932 C1960
C1939 C1943
C1938 C1942
C1937 C1941
L303

85 90 95 65 70 75 80
R312
10

1
R457 R773
R458

10

1
IC452
G
36

60 64

1
35 30 25 20 15 10 5 1
29
R434

1
24

20
15
10
144
5
1

IC1800

1
1
L403

27
IC291
40

R1830
1 1

1
R403
10
10
140

R1831
1

R402

1
C762

R1810
45

C764
K
151

1
C768
135

24
R1850
1

R530
1
R316

1 C419
50

R1832
1

35 40 45 50 55
130
L366
1

R1824 R1825

1
R294 R293
IC365

5
1

1
55
C524

100 105 110 115 120 125 128


L404 C568
20 20

1
C523
C522

R317
125
CN401

1 5 L291

R1849
1 10 15 20 25 30 32 R348
60

R318
5

R1823
10 10

1
120

(121)

R283

R1811
1 1 1
1
65

151
25 23 20
115

5
R1812
C527

(118)
1
7

R320 70

F1800
L402
110

L1815
1

20201

R284
R1817 R1819 72 5
72 R321 L365 C420 L521
R1818

25
30
35
40
45
IC301
9
71 48
75 80 85 90 95 100 105108
IC261 1 IC364 C543
L281

IC281
R332 1 C
CN301C363 C539
C9451 IC361 C540
22
L302 1 7
5

80 1 1
10

IC9000 R9476 R9475 IC9451 BC 7 1 X361


L361

MC C567

75
75
1

25 20 15 D9451 7 5 1

R9477
1 26 21
PC

1
5 1
LR 14
18
F 1

70
5 IC363

30
R9455
C261 SB GNDCH4

1
1

1
S

10
I
D9452 IC211
19

65
L364

35
R119

5
C

R9478
IC241
R9482 L9404

C9460
C9481

5
1
L363

60
1

40
F9454

1
L241

F9451
14
R467

55
36 1 35 30 25 L211 Q241 L9401

1
45 50 55

24
L104
17

C9472

D9000
L103
R120

40
50
1 R132E L9402 R1369

20

F9453

1
1
50 R1368

C9477
C122

45
D483

F9452
16
R1318

15
C9401

C115

48
L101
L481
L483 D482

1
C1354
C9407
D481

E A
13 1 5 10 1 R1373

C114
1
D484 C1355

C121
12 C9408
14

Q9001
IC101

X9451
R126 C103 5
IC9401 R1372
15 10
R127
L482

C101
C102
1 5 L105 L106
11 IC9402 L9403

L9004
JA103 JA104
1 JA101 C9403 KN481
1 1 C9404
1 5 10 15

Q9000
5 1
B

JA102
1
JA481

R R

JA9451
JA9401
diagram
N D-MAIN ASSY Whole
HDMI Part DSP Part
Check Points of the D-MAIN Assy
A
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
39 VSX-1020-K
F
CN1405 25 15 5 1 CN1400 RED
35 CN1401 CN1900
39
1 10
30 20 10 1 2 1 1 5 13 15
19 C1411 1
Q9703
14

L1400 2200uF/6.3V
1

D1402 1 4
E

E
1 E E Q1405
14 14 C1901
A: V+13_UN
14
5

L1401
R1469

CN1259
10

Q1408
O
10
1

10 10 1
GNDCH1
1
Q9702

L1932
7

1
Q1403

E
IC1408

Q1401

D1401 E
Q1400 R1406
R1933
R1932

R804
Q1402

CN1601 7 1 5 IC1401 1 5 R1954


1 5 7 1 5 7
5 R1950
D IC1406 C805
D1400

10 R1268 D
14 IC1407 C917
CN800 R803 C1251
C1944

C1115
1

C800
GNDCH5

E
5 1
1
1

1
21
C809

F800
20

A
1
L1250
R802
1

Q C GNDCH2
F801
1

1R9226
R834

15
C823
1

R9225

1
L803
1

1 1
L805 C1252
R857
C1940

1 R855 5
IC1250

10
C849
1

L802
IC800
1
X1250
L800

L809
1
C820
CN1250
C834

D
C1014
C846

R1949 L1931

5
R1270
R1931

5
1
R1930

C1150 C1202 C888 Q801


E
C1203 C1823 C1825
C855

1
1
F802

1
R886
L1251

IC1251
1
1

IC800
1

R1010
L807

R1150
R1015
R1007

R884 R875
L1817

21
R1263 C831 R1011
R1214

20
R1202
A

F1802
1
1

Q1203
F1801 1
1
1

E
1

D
R1016
R1008

D1200 R875 1
R1020 1
R1045
R874
L1816
E

Q1202 1 1
Q1203 L1203 66 65
C1032 1
60 55 50 45 35

15
Q1202 L1202 1 40
1 1
E

Q1204 R887
Q1204 L1204 R1021
R1807

96 IC
R1809
R1808
R1829

Q1201 L1201 L1502


1

R879
R873 90 95
C874

C814

Q1201
Q1200 L1200
1

ANP7740-6

10
R1209
1

R872
R813 R814

CN1252
E
1

C1030

Q1200
L1706 R822
1

1
R885 00
D1201
R1203
1

5
1
R820
R1830

1 5 10 15 20 25 30
1

C1503 33
R1831

1
R821

IC1001
1

R879

L1701
R1810

C1721

L804 R1850

1
C1716
R1832

MAIN

1
C818
1

5 LF DIGITAL C1800

ASSY
100 105 110 115 120 125 128

C1745 ASSY
1

C1705 IC801 R1865 1 5 10


R1849

1 1 1
L1702 R1866
1

C871

IC1809

23
C1718
R1811

1 1 1 L1808
IC1807
1
IC1809

C1720 1 L1806 R1812


1
20

20
20 1

1
20

72
1
F1800

20
L1815

R1868

70 65 60 55 50 45 40
5

R1529

R1530
15

R
R1528
5
1

36

1 R1872
1

R1526
R1525
15

R1527

35

O
R1858

30 75
IC1807

R1871

L1611
R1532

15
10 10

1
1

C
30

80
[[ G ]]
R1867

10 10

R1533

1
1
1
1
30
25

1
85
100
C1501 R18621
P
A30C5 IC1501 100 95 90 85 80
IC9000 R94
20

90

CN1254

10
1

1
75

C1611
75
R9477

L1605
1

15
5

95
J

L1608

L1606
L1607
70

1
30

60
10

60 55 50 45
1

10

100
IC9000

DIGITAL MAIN
65

7020-06926-000-1S
35

5
1
R9478

40
5

40
C9460

15

105
L1501
60
40

65
108
L

1
1

35
F9451

20
55

IC1601

1
1

R1539
F

70
110 115 120 125 130 135 140

30
1

1
25

144 C9049
25
D9000

R1556 R1555

75
IC1501

25
N
R1534 X1501 30 35 40 45 50
F9453

1
1

50

80
R1535
F9452

80
R1536 L9008
H
1 5 10 15 20 C1577
20 E
L9006

IC1601 C1576
L9010
L9007
L9005

GNDCH7
Q9001

1
1
1
1

C9033

1 5
L9004

JA9551 JA1601 JA1602 JA1603 JA1604 C9754 JA9000


1
C9752
Q9000

B M
I C9753
BD IN IN 1 IN 2 IN 3 IN 4
SIDE A
DMI Part
A
8 7 6 5
1 2 3 4

5.2 ERROR INDICATIONS

A
Error Indications When an Abnormality in The Amplifier System is Detected
[Purpose]
Errors upon detection of abnormalities in the amp system are indicated.

[Error Indications]
LED NG Detection
Item FL Display Process After Detection Description / Remarks
Flashes Count. Method
To detect high DC output from amplifier damage
AMP DC 1) Muting on, speaker relay off. (defect status).
(DC output from Flashing XDCERR 2) "AMP ERR" flashing A process to protect speakers (for protection of
MCACC connected external devices).
SP term) "AMP ERR" DC (Pin 80 of IC3004) 3) Shutdown after 3 seconds.
B LED For checking, refer to "How to enter release
detection for 3 seconds Detect "L" 4) "MCACC" LED flashing
5) Power on is not acceptable. mode" below.
If the DC detection port become H for
3 seconds, the unit will returns to normal
condition automatically.
1) Muting on, speaker relay off.
XOLERR 2) Shutdown immediately. To detect overloading (abnormal status) with
AMP overload iPod
N/A OL (Pin 71 of IC3004) 3) "iPod" LED flashing low-load driving or a short circuit of the speaker
detection. LED
Detect "L" 4) Power on is acceptable. terminals (for protection of the amplifier).

1) Muting on, speaker relay off,


Flashing 2) "OVERHEAT" flashing
Over Heat "AMP Center TEMPERR5 3) Shutdown after 3 seconds.
detection. OVERHEAT" Blue STMP (Pin 72 of IC3004) 4) "Center Blue" LED flashing To detect overheat of inner tempareture.
for 3 seconds LED Detect "H" 5) Power on is acceptable after
C 1 minute.

"Abnormality DC 1) Muting on, speaker relay off.


XVDDERR 2) Shutdown immediately. To detect the abnormality voltage of Digital
voltage of the
N/A PQLS DERR (Pin 70 of IC3004) 3) "PQLS" LED flashing power supply circuit for the D-MAIN Assy.
Digital power
supply" detection Detect "L" 4) Power on is acceptable.

USB ERR 1) Bass Power off


"USB Overload" Over Current" To detect the connected USB device is
N/A N/A (Pin M3 of IC800) 2) Display "Over Current"
detection No Flashing overload. (over 500 mA)
Detect "H" 3) Power on is acceptable

BT Adapter "ADP BTOL


overload OVERLOAD" 1) Adapter port power off To detect the connected Blue Tooth Adapter
N/A N/A (Pin N3 of IC800)
detection. No Flashing 2) Display "ADP OVERLOAD" device is overload. (over 100 mA)
Detect "H"

D Flashes
"HDCP of HDMI The monitor does not support HDCP type or
HDCP Read Register
Error" N/A N/A 1) Display "HDCP ERROR" is in standby mode.
ERROR value
detection (Warning indication for HDMI Simplay)
for 5 seconds

While the Icon lights 1 second, To detect the over-input of the analog audio to
"Analog Input OVER when there is no ANALOG INPUT the A/D converter.
DSP firmware
Over" Icon lights N/A N/A OVER detection, the Icon stops When the Icon lights frequently, output level of
Detect
detection 1 second lighting and returns to normal the source equipment is high and a sound is
display. distorted. Turn on the Analog Att switch.

[How to Enter Release Mode]


E
During Standby mode, simultaneously press and hold the TUNE and MULTI-ZONE ON/OFF keys for 5 seconds.

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 TEST MODE
A
[1] Detected protection history
[Purpose]
The numbers of detections for various protection processes are displayed.

[How to enter/exit]
Turn off the power to this unit by setting the main volume level to ---dB and Multi-zone to OFF.
During Standby mode, simultaneously press and hold MULTI-ZONE ON/OFF and ENTER keys for 5 seconds to enter
this mode.

[Basic operations]
B
Key operation FL display
Front Panel Key
Display number of times [] : TUNE key
DC is detected. DC :
[] : TUNE key
[] : PRESET key
[] [ ] [] : PRESET key

Display number of times


OL :
OVERLOAD is detected.

[] [ ]
C

Display number of times


COMBINATION is detected. COM :
(Detects DC and OVERLOAD
simultaneously)

[] [ ]

Display number of times


XPRT :
Power abnormality is
detected.
D
[] [ ]

Display number of times


AMP overheat is STMP :
detected.

[] [ ]

Display number of times


Digital Power abnormality is DERR :
detected. E

[] [ ] Resetting the number of times error is detected


Key operation FL display
Resetting the number of RESET HOLD [][]
times error is detected.
RESET CLEAR?
[] [ ] [ENTER]
RESET RESET

Continued
F

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1 2 3 4

A
Key operation FL display
Resetting the accumulated time
Key operation FL display
Display accumulated
12345h20m HLD [][]
time & RESET.
12345h 20m CL?
[ENTER]
0h 0m RST

[] [ ] Continued

B
Display CEC(TEST) state.
Key operation FL display
Display CEC(TEST) state. CEC OFF [][]
CEC ON

Change cyclically
[] [ ]

Display FAN(TEST) state. FA N OFF


This function does not
work on this model.

[] [ ]

Display USB backup state.


Key operation FL display
D
USB Backup state USB BAK HOLD [][] (A/V Receiver USB)
USB BAK S AV E ?

[][]
[] [ ]
(USB A/V Receiver)
USB BAK LOAD?

Change cyclically
Change cyclically

E [Description] Key operation FL display


CEC TEST : The function for making the HDMI output terminal to [ENTER]
output 1 kHz square wave. If the square wave is output,
PLEASE WAIT
the CEC line is considered to be normal.
SAVE or LOAD
is completed.
COMPLETE
5 sec
Power OFF
(All zone OFF)

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1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

7. DISASSEMBLY

Note: A

(1) Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the
procedures described here are common.
(2) For performing the diagnosis shown below, the following jigs for service is required:
13P extension jig cable (GGD1669)
8P extension jig cable (GGD1670)
7P extension jig cable (GGD1671)
2P short connector jig (GGD1672)
Board to board extension jig cable (GGD1675)

1. Discharging
[1] MAIN Assy Capacitor (C5301, C5302)
[Procedures]
(1) Unplug the power cord.
(2) Connect D5301 B+ and B- terminals, using resistor leads with 47 - 100 ohms (2 W or higher), for discharging.
Discharging time: 30 - 60 seconds, depending on the level of resistance.
(3) Check that the voltage between the B+ and GND terminals, as well as that between the B- and GND terminals, is less
than 1 V, using a tester.
Be sure to connect the GND terminal of the tester to the chassis.
If the voltage is still 1 V or higher, repeat Step (2). C

D5301

D5301

B+ B
MAIN Assy

C5301 C5302 47 - 100 ohms


(2 W or higher)

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5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
2. Notes on Ground Points Connection

Note:
The points marked below must be grounded when the rear panel is removed.
Before turning the unit ON, be sure to ground the marked points with the chassis. Or, you may short-circuit the ground points
on the solder surface, using pieces of wire.

Ground any one of these points.

Ground any one


of these points.

Ground any one of these points.


C GND303

MAIN Assy

3. Screws for Chassis Back

A B020930083B10-IL B BBT30P100FTB

A A A A A A B B B A
B
B B B

B B B B B B B B
B B
B
B B B B
B B B
B B B B
F B B B
B B
B B
B B B

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5 6 7 8

4. Disassembly A

[1] Front Panel Section and D-MAIN Assy


Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

(1) Remove the six screws. (BBZ30P080FTB)

B
1 1 1 1 1 1
Bottom view

(2) Remove the two screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)

C
2 2

GUIDE-L Assy GUIDE-R Assy

(3) Remove the two screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)


(4) Unhook the two hooks.
3 3
D

4 4

(5) Remove the two screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)


(6) Arrange the front panel section as shown 5 5
in the photo below.
Front panel section
E

Cable styling F-HDMI Assy 6


HDMI cable

F
D-MAIN Assy
Tape (80 40) Clamp

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5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
[2] Heatsink Section
Caution: Heatsink section in work becomes hot,
and be careful with it.
Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

(1) Remove the seven screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)

1 1
B 1 1

1 1 1

C Bottom view

(2) Remove the two screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)

2 2
D

GUIDE-L Assy GUIDE-R Assy

(3) Disconnect the four connectors.

CN5001
E AMP Assy
3
CP11

3 3
CP10

3
CP107

F MAIN Assy

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5 6 7 8

(4) Connect the three extension jig cables.


(5) Connect the 2P short connector jig. 5 2P short connector jig
(6) Rotate the heatsink section in the direction of (GGD1672)
the arrow.

4
7P extension jig cable
(GGD1671)
Note : 4
Please bind the jig cables (GGD1670 and 8P extension jig cable CP107
GGD1671) with tape to prevent an oscillation. (GGD1670)
B
4 MAIN Assy
13P extension jig cable
(GGD1669)

CP10
CN5001

6
CP11

Heatsink section + AMP Assy

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5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
[3] AUDIO and COMPOSITE Assys
Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

(1) Remove the four felts. Chassis back


3 6 4 32 3
(2) Remove the seven screws. (BBT30P100FTB)
(3) Remove the seven screws. (B020930083B10-IL)
(4) Remove the 32 screws. (BBT30P100FTB)
(5) Remove the chassis back.
2 2

B
2 2 2 2 2
5
Rear view
1 1 1 1

(6) Remove the two screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)


Bracket Bracket
C

6
6
D-MAIN Assy

(7) Reassembling the chassis back.


See 2. Notes on Ground Points Connection. Chassis back
COMPONENT COMPOSITE 7
(8) Arrange the unit as shown in the photo below. Assy Assy
(9) Connect the board to board extension jig cable.
(10) Connect the chassis back to the chassis
AUDIO
ground.
Assy
(11) Insert any insulation sheet between 10
E top of heatsink and D-MAIN Assy.

Insulation sheet
8
11

F MAIN Assy
9
Board to board extension
jig cable (GGD1675)

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5 6 7 8

A
[4] MAIN Assy
(1) Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.
(2) Remove the heatsink section.
(See steps [2] (1) to (5).)
(3) Remove the chassis back and D-MAIN Assy
etc. block. (See steps [3] (1) to (8).)

(1) Remove the five screws. (BBZ30P080FTC)


(2) Remove the three screws. (BBZ30P080FTC) 1 4 1
(3) Remove the seven screws. (B020030171B10-IL)
(4) Reassembling the D-MAIN Assy etc. block. 2 3 B
3

2 3 3
3
3

2 3

MAIN Assy

(5) Reassembling the chassis back.


Tighten back five screws (BBZ30P080FTC)
that were removed by the above step (1). 2P short connector jig
(It is necessary to fit these ICs to base chassis (GGD1672) D
in order to reduce heating of them even though
testing the following style.)
See 2. Notes on Ground Points Connection. CP107
(6) Arrange the unit as shown in the photo below. MAIN Assy
(7) Connect the chassis back to the chassis ground.
(8) Insert any insulation sheet between base
chassis and MAIN Assy. 13P extension jig cable 7P extension jig cable
(GGD1669) (GGD1671)

8P extension jig cable Chassis back


(GGD1670)
5 E

7 8

Heatsink section

F
MAIN Assy
Insulation sheet

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT


8.1 HOW TO UPDATE FIRMWARE
A Workflow
Enter the UPDATE PANEL mode.

Check a current version.

Updating process

Update it.

Update completed.
(Turn the power OFF automatically.)

Enter the UPDATE PANEL mode again.

Check an updated version. Checking process


C

Turn the power off.


(Release the UPDATE PANEL mode.)

MAIN com (EMMA), SUB com (EVENT) and DSP Flash ROM Update by USB Memory
and the Confirmation of the Version

UPDATE PANEL Mode (Version update)


D [Preparations]
1. Copy the UPDATE FILE to the root directory of the USB Memory.
Note: NEVER copy several UPDATE FILES to the root directory of the USB Memory.
Copy only the corresponding UPDATE FILE.
2. Turn off the power to this unit by setting Multi-Zone to "OFF".
3. Connect the USB Memory to the USB terminal (A type) of the front panel.
[Procedure]
1. While holding down "TUNE" key on the front panel, press "STANDBY ON/OFF" key and
moves to the UPDATE PANEL mode.
2. The updating process is as follows.

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5 6 7 8

Key operation FL display Front Panel Key


[] : TUNE key
[TUNE] +
[] : TUNE key
[STANDBY ON/OFF]
[] : PRESET key
POWER ON [] : PRESET key
Booting is completed

MAIN com (EMMA) version is displayed.


B
MAIN 1.000
[TUNE] or [TUNE]

[] [ ]
SUB com (EVENT) version is displayed.
[TUNE] or [TUNE] SUB 1.000

[] [ ]
DSP version is displayed.
DSP 1.000

[TUNE] or [TUNE] C

[] [ ]
Update Menu
U P D AT E

If no key is pressed within 10 seconds while booting UPDATE PANEL, the UPDATE PANEL is finished
and returns to the normal display. But the process does not become timeout and continues while "FILE searching"
or "Updating process".
D

Key operation FL display

Update Menu
U P D AT E
[ENTER]

[PRESET] Update Confirmation


or U P D AT E ? NO
[PRESET]
E

[] []
Update Confirmation
U P D AT E ? YES

[ENTER]
File searching
PLEASE WAIT

UPDATE FILE searching F


completed

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Key operation FL display

UPDATE FILE searching


completed

Updating process
U P D AT E
DSP UPDATE completed
B

Updating process
U P D AT E

MAIN com (EMMA) UPDATE


completed

Updating process
U P D AT E

C
SUB com (EVENT) UPDATE
completed

Update completion display


COMPLETE

5 Second

D
Power turns off automatically.
(All ZONE OFF)
Disconnect the USB MEMORY.

Update time is fluctuated by contents of the update. It will take about 15 minutes at the maximum.
(Actual time is from 2 minutes to 12 minutes.)
Time required for updating varies, because only the programs that require updating will be updated.

E
[Confirmation]
Enter UPDATE PANEL mode and check that the programs have been updated.

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8.2 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT

A
1. Idle Current Adjustment

Measurement Points Adjustment Points Procedure


TP1201FL 3PIN : TEST POINT(+) 1 Turn on the power.
V1201FL
TP1201FL 1PIN : TEST POINT()
TP1201FR 3PIN : TEST POINT(+) 2 Perform aging for one minute.
V1201FL
TP1201FR 1PIN : TEST POINT()
3 Connect a digital voltmeter to the measurement point.
TP1201C 3PIN : TEST POINT(+)
V1201C
TP1201C 1PIN : TEST POINT()
4 Turn the adjustment VR so that the voltage becomes
TP1201SL 3PIN : TEST POINT(+) in 2.0 mV 0.2 mV.
V1201SL B
TP1201SL 1PIN : TEST POINT()
TP1201SR 3PIN : TEST POINT(+) (Condition : No signal and no load)
V1201SR
TP1201SR 1PIN : TEST POINT()
TP1201SBL 3PIN : TEST POINT(+)
V1201SBL
TP1201SBL 1PIN : TEST POINT()
TP1201SBR 3PIN : TEST POINT(+)
V1201SBR
TP1201SBR 1PIN : TEST POINT()
Adjustment Point and Measurement Points.... see fig1.

B AMP ASSY SIDE A


TP1201SR 3 PIN TP1201SR 1 PIN
TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT ()
D

Idle current Idle current Idle current Idle current Idle current Idle current Idle current
VR: V1201FL VR: V1201SL VR: V1201C VR: V1201SR VR: V1201FR VR: V1201SBL VR: V1201SBR

TP1201FL 1 PIN TP1201SL 1 PIN TP1201C 3 PIN TP1201FR 3 PIN TP1201SBL 3 PIN TP1201SBR 3 PIN
TEST POINT () TEST POINT () TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT (+)

TP1201FL 3 PIN TP1201SL 3 PIN TP1201C 1 PIN TP1201FR 1 PIN TP1201SBL 1 PIN TP1201SBR 1 PIN
TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT (+) TEST POINT () TEST POINT () TEST POINT () TEST POINT ()
F

[Fig. 1]

VSX-1020-K 53
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES: - Parts marked by NSP are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
A
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
- Screws adjacent to b mark on product are used for disassembly.

- For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.

(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

9.1 PACKING SECTION


Poly bag packing style
Tape (clear)

Cord AC

1/2

2/2

54 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Remote Control Unit 8300759500010-IL
NSP 2 Dry Cell Batteries G670001R50210-IL A

(AAA size IEC R03)


3 AM Loop Antenna ATB7013
4 FM Wire Antenna ADH7030

5 Setup Microphone APM7008


(for Auto MCACC setup)(5 m)
6 iPod Cable L308102013010-IL
7 Operating Instructions See Contrast table (2)
8 Poly Bag 6330210059000-IL

B
NSP 9 Poly Bag 6337040062010-IL
10 Box, Gift See Contrast table (2)
11 Cushion, Snow 6230212784000-IL
12 Pe, Sheet 6327040059000-IL
NSP 13 Label VRW1629

NSP 14 Label Getter 1020U 5507000004560-IL


15 Sheet 5227000001050-IL

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


VSX-1020-K/UXCNCB and VSX-1025-K/CUXCN are constructed the same except for the following:
VSX-1020-K VSX-1025-K
Mark No. Symbol and Description
/UXCNCB /CUXCN
7 Operating Instructions (En, Es) 5707000003280-IL Not used
7 Operating Instructions (En, Frca) Not used 5707000003320-IL
10 Box, Gift 6007211670010-IL 6007211670050-IL

VSX-1020-K 55
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION

C
2

1/2

D 5

5
K
L
M

2/2

2
Nut

D 4

E H

2 2
I
Nut

F 6 G
2

56 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

4 4

4 38
B

6
N
2

A
F C

P B

14

3
4 2
K
4 7

5 4 3
4
O
E
J Q Silicon adhesive
(GYA1011)
5

S
21
5
2
7
NON-CONTACT

CONTACT SIDE

7 Silicon grease
(GEM1057)
7 F
2
SIDE

VSX-1020-K 57
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST


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

1 MAIN Assy 7028069211010-IL 46 Cushion 4050211385000-IL


A 2 BRIDGE1 Assy 7028069213010-IL 47 Cushion 4050211605000-IL
3 GUIDE-L Assy 7028069214010-IL 48
4 GUIDE-R Assy 7028069215010-IL 49 Cushion 4050211745000-IL
5 GUIDE3 Assy 7028069218010-IL 50 Cushion 4050212685000-IL

6 DISPLAY Assy See Contrast table (2) 51 Cushion 1020 4050213045000-IL


7 POWER SW Assy 7028069222010-IL 52 Supporter 4070001601010-IL
8 USB MTG Assy 7028069223010-IL 53 Cover See Contrast table (2)
9 HDMI MTG Assy 7028069224010-IL 54 Clamp MTG 4330000310000-IL
10 HEADPHONE Assy 7028069225010-IL 55 Clamp 4330040343010-IL

B 56 Guide 4350210451000-IL
11 AMP Assy 7028069531010-IL
12 AUDIO Assy 7028069241010-IL 57 Stopper 4380040162010-IL
13 COMPONENT Assy 7028069242010-IL 58 Window Display 5077212953100-IL
14 COMPOSITE Assy 7028069243010-IL 59 Knob 5080212361000-IL
15 BRIDGE2 Assy 7028069244010-IL 60 Button 5090213741100-IL

16 F-VIDEO Assy 7028069245010-IL 61 Button 5Key 5090214311000-IL


17 MIC Assy 7028069246010-IL 62 Button 3Key 5090214331000-IL
18 F-HDMI Assy 7028069251010-IL 63 Button 4Key 5090214351000-IL
19 D-MAIN Assy 7028069261010-IL 64
20 FM/AM TUNER Unit AXX7267 NSP 65 Tape 1220210129300-IL
C

21 Posistor F320121021240-IL NSP 66 Tape 1220210879000-IL


> 22 Transistor (Q1202) J5011560Y0000-IL 67 Label Trans 5507000003270-IL
> 23 Semi, TR/GE NPN 2SC (Q1203)J502396400010-IL NSP 68 Label MAC Address 5507000004960-IL
> 24 Transistor (Q1201) J5032390Y0000-IL 69 Label Getter 1020U 5507000004560-IL
> 25 Power Trans. 8200960610650-IL 70

> 26 Cord Assy L068125101710-IL 71 Screw BBT30P100FTB


27 Cable, HDMI L304201190020-IL 72 Screw BBT40P080FTB
28 Cable, Flat Card 1.0M N711392313880-IL 73 Screw BBZ30P080FTB
D 29 Cable, Flat Card 1.25 N712111013880-IL 74 Screw BBZ30P080FTC
30 Pioneer Badge B XAM3006 75

31 Sheet 1210210235000-IL 76 Screw Tapping Assy B018230141H11-IL


32 Sheet 1210211242000-IL 77 Screw B020030171B10-IL
33 Sheet 1217211162000-IL 78 Screw, Tap Tite B020230063B10-IL
NSP 34 Heatsink Main 2120211718100-IL 79 Screw, Tap Tite B020930083B10-IL
35 Cabinet 3007211686000-IL 80 Screw, Tap Tite B028130086B10-IL

36 Panel Front See Contrast table (2) 81 Screw B028940101B11-IL


NSP 37 Chassis Main 3200213436000-IL 82 Screw 1500001456010-IL
E 38 Chassis Back See Contrast table (2)
39 Lens 3717211041000-IL
40 Foot See Contrast table (2)

41 Bracket 4010056906010-IL
42 Bracket 4010214716000-IL
43 Bracket 4010214726000-IL
44 Bracket 4010214736000-IL
45 Cushion 4050211365000-IL

58 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


VSX-1020-K/UXCNCB and VSX-1025-K/CUXCN are constructed the same except for the following:
VSX-1020-K VSX-1025-K
Mark No. Symbol and Description
/UXCNCB /CUXCN A
6 DISPLAY Assy 7028069221010-IL 70280692210C0-IL
36 Panel Front 3067214871000-IL 3067214871010-IL
38 Chassis Back 3207213476000-IL 3207213476010-IL
40 Foot 4007210391000-IL 4000210391000-IL
53 Cover 4317215111000-IL 4317215111020-IL

VSX-1020-K 59
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


10.1 AUDIO ASSY
A

P CN7602
A AUDIO ASSY O JP4001
(7028069241010-IL)

A
60 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
F CN7615 F CN7613
O JP4001

CN3652
D

F
: Audio Signal Route

J CN5001 A
VSX-1020-K 61
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.2 COMPONENT ASSY

A B COMPONENT ASSY (Y)

(7028069242010-IL) (CB)
(CR)

(CB)
(CY)

(Y)

(CB)
(CB)

(CR)
B
(Y)

(VCR)
(CR)

(VCY)
(VCB)
(CR)

(CR)
(CY)

(CR)

C
(VCY)

(VCB)

(VCR)
(CR)

(CB)

(CY)

(VSC)

E (VSY)
(VSY)

(VSC)

B N 2/12 CN1254 N 2/12 CN1


62 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
(Y)

(CB) (CR)
(Y)

(Y)
(CB)

(CB)

(CR)

(CR)

E B

J3652

CN8501
C
D

CN5002
O
E

: Video Signal Route

N 2/12 CN1252 O CP6 N 2/12 CN1250 B


VSX-1020-K 63
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.3 COMPOSITE, MIC, F-VIDEO and BRIDGE2 ASSYS

A
C COMPOSITE ASSY (7028069243010-IL)

B CN8007

D MIC ASSY (7028069246010-IL)


E

A
CN2105

C D
64 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
E F-VIDEO ASSY (7028069245010-IL)

B
CN8016

F BRIDGE2 ASSY (7028069244010-IL)


N 10/12 CN501 N 10/12 CN482

A CN2106 A CN2102

: Video Signal Route


: Audio Signal Route

C E F
VSX-1020-K 65
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.4 F-HDMI, USB MTG and HDMI MTG ASSYS

A
G F-HDMI ASSY
(7028069251010-IL)

FRONT N 2/12
USB
CN1259
H
USB MTG ASSY
B
(7028069223010-IL)

D I
HDMI MTG ASSY
(7028069224010-IL)

G H I
66 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

2
259

N 5/12
CN1601

E
K CP3002

G
VSX-1020-K 67
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.5 AMP ASSY

A J AMP ASSY
(7028069531010-IL)
(FL) (FL)

(SL) (SL)

(SBL) (SL)
B IDLE
CURRENT
IDLE
CURRENT

(SBL)
(SBL)
CN2103

(SBL) (SB

C
A

(C) (C)
(SL)
(FL)

IDLE IDLE
CURRENT CURRENT

IDLE
CURRENT

J
68 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

The > mark found on some component parts A


indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts
of identical designation.
(FL)

O
CNT4

(SL) (FL)
IDLE
CURRENT
B
(SL)

(FL)
O
CP3

(FL)
(SL)
(SL)
(SBL) (C)
(SBL)

C
(C)

(C)
(C)
IDLE
CURRENT

(C)

(C)

: Audio Signal Route

J
VSX-1020-K 69
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.6 DISPLAY, HEADPHONE and POWER SW ASSYS

K DISPLAY ASSY (7028069221010-IL: VSX-1020-K)


A
(70280692210C0-IL: VSX-1025-K)

O
JH5301

L HEADPHONE ASSY
F
(7028069225010-IL)

K L
70 VSX-1020-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

O G
CN55 CN3005 N 3/12 CN1405

M POWER SW ASSY
(7028069222010-IL) K M
VSX-1020-K 71
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

10.7 D-MAIN ASSY (1/12)

V+3R3_EM_D

A
EJTAG V+3R3_EM_V

5
6
7

8
HCL BPF fsc BPF

R835

R834
V+2R

10k
A B

10k
CN800

R820

F(1608)
470
4
3
2
1
TP814

0.1u/16
R827 JTMRST
V+3R3_EM_V V+3R3_EM_V

2.2u/10
TP812

0.1u/16
C871

C872

R821

C875
TRST 1

F(1608)
NM 2
TP815 8

1k
R837 HADRS7 1 R823
EJSNGEN 2 R842 NM R846 NM
VREF_V

MVG6.3VC100ME56TP
NM TP816
R828 JTDI NM
L808 DTL1106-A L809 DTL1106-A

ACH7352-1

1k
4

C874
TDI 3

C873
3

F(1608)
R822

R825
NM

0.1u/16
1k
TP833 3 1 3 1
GND 4
TP832 JTDO
R829

C883

C882

C888

C887
IC801

2.2u/10
1u/6.3

1u/6.3
2.2u/10
TDO 5
NM TP819

R843

R847
R838 HADRS6 2 2
NJM12904V

220

220
DINTEN 6 NM TP817 JTMS
R830
TMS 7
NM
C886
GNDD L 8 0 6 R845 C891
GNDD L 8 0 7 R849
GNDD GNDD
GND 8 0.047u/10 39u 33 R844 0.047u/10 15u 33 R848
V+3R3_EM_D

N 3/12
TP818
R831 JTCL
330 2SA1576A(QR) 330 2SA1576A(QR) 6 GNDD

NM
C885
TCK 9

R9289 NM

C884

CH C 8 9 0

C889
330p/50
NM Q800 Q801 7

220p/50

150p/50

100p/50
R9290 R9292
GND 1 0 NM NM

R9291
TP820 L1081
R832 JTRST IC801
5

CH

CH

CH
RST 11 QTL1013-A
NM TP821 HADRS5
GNDD NJM12904V
R839
JTSEL 1 2 NM GNDD GNDD C1082
R833
TP822 EDINT

N 10/12
DINT 13 0.1u/10
NM C1081

C880

R836
N 9/12

N 2/12
TP827

0.01u/16

47k
V+3 14
470p/50

12VTRG2
V+3R3_EM_D

N 5/12

DAZDB
NM R901 5 1
0 VCC A
14FLT-SM2 (JST) 2 R1081
V+3R3_EM_V R1082
B
220
GNDD Proto only L805 V+3R3_EM_DEC R902
4
Y GND
3 CLK24.576IN

0 47
DTL1106-A MVG6.3VC100ME56TP

10k
1k
IC1081

R917
N 5/12
GNDD GNDAD

HDSCL 1k
1 3 TP800 SN74AHC1G08DCK

ACH7352-1
R1083 GNDD

HDRXMUTE
R916

R805
HDSDA

7 R926
NM
1000p/50

NM
NM

6 47k
C834

C835

C836

47k
1u/6.3

HDRXINT

NM

NM
R9235 22k
NM
V+3R3_EM_ADC V+3R3_EM_V

R955 47k

NM
2

47k

47k
MVG6.3VC100ME56TP

5
N 3/12,5/12-11/12

V+3R3_EM_D

R949
R9234
R952

R948

R950
L803

R956
HDTX1INT
V+1_EM DTL1106-A
V+1_EM_DEC TP805

R914

R958

2
3
4
1

R882

XVDECRST R957
R9232
B

47k

47k
L802

ACH7352-1
1 3
DTL1106-A MVG6.3VC100ME56TP

XRDSRST/XSIRST
XXMERR/RDSSCK

DSP1MUTE
DSP2BUSY

DSP1BUSY
C851

C850
TP801

1u/6.3
1000p/50
ACH7352-1

XSBMUTE
3 1

XZ2MUTE
XZ3MUTE
XMIRQ/RDSSI
R940

R941

X12VERR
MUTEXM 1 0 k

XINTGA 1 0 k
2

XAMUTE
C849
C846

C847

C848

R943

R944

R945

R947
1000p/50
1u/6.3

10k

10k

47k

10k
2

GNDAD
A C H 7 3 3 0 - MVG16VC10MD56TP

GNDD

HDRXINT
HDRXMUTE

COMPDET
XWRGA
HDRXSCDT
MUTEXM

TEMPERR
EVREQO

XZ3MUTE

DSP1MUTE

XVDECRST
XSBMUTE
HADRS18

HADRS15
X12VERR
HDSDA
XEMRST

XAMUTE

EM232RX
CPSOMI

HDATA7

XRDGA

XXMERR/RDSSCK

DSP2BUSY

DSP1BUSY
HDATA14
HDATA13

XGARST

XCSGA

SDET
RYB
HADRS1

XZ2MUTE
HADRS7
HADRS5

HADRS4

HADRS9
HADRS6
HADRS2

HADRS3
HADRS8

EM232TX

12VTRG1
HDSCL

RYCR
5 6 HADRS17

5 6 HADRS10
5 6 HADRS12
5 6 HADRS22

5 6 HADRS20
5 6 HADRS16

5 6 HADRS19

5 6 HADRS14
5 6 HADRS13
5 6 HADRS11

5 6 HADRS21
XCSLAN
EVREQI

ZDZF
HDATA9

HDATA8

HDATA5

HDATA3
HDATA6

HDATA4

HDATA0

HDATA1

HDATA2

DAZDB
XRDSRST/XSIRST
2 2 HDATA12

2 2 HDATA15

2 2 HDATA11
2 2 HDATA10

HCS0

HCS1

RYAF

UNLK

XMIRQ/RDSSI
HDTX2INT

SIRX
12VTRG2
XINTGA

HDTX1INT

SITX
CLK24.576
V+3R3_EM_V JTMRST
JTDO
JTMS

EDINT

JTCL
JTDI

V+3R3_EM_DAC N 2/12
DA

MVG6.3VC100ME56TP

22
22
NM

22
56
22
22

22

47

22

22
22

47
56
22
56

22
56

56
22
56
56
56

22
56
56

56

R9658

R9664
0
1

R819
NM

NM
R9212
A_VCRIN_EM
A_VCBIN_EM

A_VVYIN_EM

47k
A_VSCIN_EM

Analog Video In

0.01u/16
0.1u/10
0.1u/10

0.1u/10
0.1u/10

0.1u/10

0.1u/10

0.1u/10

NM
0.1u/10

0.1u/10

0.1u/10
0.1u/10
0.1u/10

0.1u/10

0.1u/10
0.1u/10
V+3R3_EM_D

R9266
R9250

R9251
R9267
R9252
R9253

R9254
R9268
R9269
R9270

R9255
R9271
R9256
R9272

R9653
R9257
R9258
R9273
R9259

R9274
R9275
R9287
R9260
R9261

R9236
R9276
R9262
R9277

R9278
R9263
R9279

R9280
R9264
R9281
R9282
R9283

R9265
R9284
R9285

R9286

R9233
C860

R976

R951
R979
R9288
Analog Video Out

R883

NM
47k
0
0
ACH7352-1

47
HADRS23

R933 10k

47k
R9661
R932

R810

R811

R895

R959

R960
R931
N 2/12

100k
100

100
10k

10k

R942 10k

47k