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ORDER NO.

CRT5618
AVH-X2700BS/XNUC

DVD RDS AV RECEIVER

AVH-X2700BS /XNUC
AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
AVH-X2790BT/XNID
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):

Model No. Order No. Mech.Module Remarks

CX-3311 CRT5651 LS2.5 DVD Mech. Module : Circuit Descriptions, Mech. Descriptions, Disassembly,
Diagnosis Flowchart

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 2014
K-ZZZ OCT. 2014 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

A CAUTION

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
B harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

Where in a manufacturer’s 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
C results.

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.

D CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product classi-
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.

E CAUTION—CLASS 1M INVISIBLE LASER


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

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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A
Laser diode characteristics
Wave length:
DVD:660 nm to 670 nm
CD:780 nm to 800 nm
Focus lens on Maximum output:
CD:6.26 mW(Emitting period :9 sec.)
DVD:1.27 mW (Emitting period : unlimited)

Additional Laser Caution


B
Transistors Q1103 and Q1104 in PCB drive the laser diodes for DVD and CD
respectively. When Q1103 or Q1104 is shorted between their terminals,
the laser diodes for DVD or CD 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.

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

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 6
A
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS......................................................................................................................... 6
1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING .......................................................................................................................... 8
2. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 8
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT ........................................................................................................................ 8
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE.......................................................................................................................... 9
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING....................................................................................................... 9
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 10
3.3 JIGS LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 11
3.4 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................... 11
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 12
B 4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 14
4.3 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE....................................................................................................... 20
5. DIAGNOSIS.................................................................................................................................................... 26
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART ................................................................................................................ 26
5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT............................................................................................. 27
5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART...................................................................................................................... 30
5.4 ERROR CODE LIST ................................................................................................................................ 30
5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 33
6. SERVICE MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 34
6.1 MONITOR TEST MODE .......................................................................................................................... 34
6.2 DVD TEST MODE.................................................................................................................................... 52
6.3 DVD MECHANISM TOUCH PANEL TEST MODE................................................................................... 57
C
7. DISASSEMBLY............................................................................................................................................... 58
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................... 62
8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT................................................................................................................................. 62
8.2 SERIAL NUMBER EDIT........................................................................................................................... 67
8.3 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION .............................................................................................................. 67
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.......................................................................................................... 68
9.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................. 68
9.2 EXTERIOR (1) ......................................................................................................................................... 72
9.3 EXTERIOR (2) ......................................................................................................................................... 74
9.4 DVD MECHANISM MODULE (1) ............................................................................................................. 76
9.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE (2) ............................................................................................................. 78
D 10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................... 80
10.1 MOTHER PCB (VEHICLE IF) ................................................................................................................ 80
10.2 MOTHER PCB (PWR OTHER) .............................................................................................................. 82
10.3 MOTHER PCB (2chDC/DC)................................................................................................................... 84
10.4 MOTHER PCB (1chDC/DC)................................................................................................................... 86
10.5 MOTHER PCB (SYSCOM) .................................................................................................................... 88
10.6 MOTHER PCB (GERDA) (1/2 scale) ..................................................................................................... 90
10.7 MOTHER PCB (AVSEL) ........................................................................................................................ 92
10.8 MOTHER PCB (OPAL)........................................................................................................................... 94
10.9 MOTHER PCB (PWR-IC)....................................................................................................................... 96
10.10 MOTHER PCB (TUNER POWER) ....................................................................................................... 98
10.11 MOTHER PCB (LITHIO) .................................................................................................................... 100
E 10.12 MOTHER PCB (PWR USB) ............................................................................................................... 102
10.13 MOTHER PCB (LS2.5 IF) .................................................................................................................. 104
10.14 MOTHER PCB (EXT I/F) (1/2 scale).................................................................................................. 106
10.15 MOTHER PCB (BT) ........................................................................................................................... 108
10.16 SERVICE UNIT (MONITOR) (PCB I/F).............................................................................................. 110
10.17 SERVICE UNIT (MONITOR) (LED BL) .............................................................................................. 112
10.18 SERVICE UNIT (MONITOR) (LCD PW) ............................................................................................ 114
10.19 SERVICE UNIT (MONITOR) (LCD I/F) .............................................................................................. 116
10.20 DVD CORE UNIT (1/2 scale) ............................................................................................................. 118
10.21 INTERFACE PCB (1/2 scale) ............................................................................................................. 120
10.22 SERVICE UNIT (KEYBOARD)........................................................................................................... 122
10.23 WAVEFORMS .................................................................................................................................... 124
F
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................. 126
11.1 MOTHER PCB ..................................................................................................................................... 126
11.2 SERVICE UNIT (MONITOR)................................................................................................................ 130

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11.3 DVD CORE UNIT..................................................................................................................................134
11.4 INTERFACE PCB .................................................................................................................................136
11.5 SERVICE UNIT (KEYBOARD) .............................................................................................................138
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .........................................................................................................................139
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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. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic
induction.
3. Please be sure to conduct line process to original status if you make assembling after repair.
4. Please be careful of not to imply static charge onto integrated circuits, etc, when you conduct repair work.
Especially, please use soldering iron with its tip grounded.
Also, please use a pair of tweezers with static charge protection capability if there is the possibility of contacting to
device terminals, and avoid the use of metal-made tweezers.
B 5. 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.
6. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic discharge during servicing, take an appropriate treatment (shorting-solder)
by referring to "the DISASSEMBLY".
7. Please keep the distance of more than 13 cm from focus lens for safety when you check pickup and make adjustment,
and do not look straight at Laser Beam for more than 10 seconds.
8. Please power adjustment when you replaced mechanical area of DVD Mecha Module or DVD core unit.
9. On this mechanism, Pickup and Spindle Motor can not be replaced at the service site, because a special facility is
required for the adjustment after replacing them.
So, if Pickup or Spindle Motor is defective, replace the Mechanism Unit.
10. 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.
C
Unit No. Part No. Reason
Mother PCB IC351 KBD9876EFJ Heat pad
IC601 MN1AA9010Z Heat pad, Terminal pitch is narrow
(0.4 mm)
IC891 337S3959 Heat pad
IC1201 PM9014A Heat pad
IC2201 TEF6686HN Heat pad
IC3191 STCC2540IQ Heat pad
Service Unit(Monitor) IC5001 AK4187VN Heat pad
IC5101 OZ527ILN Heat pad
D IC5201 R1290K103A Heat pad

11. EJECT LOCK MODE for DVD mechanism


< Procedure >
To enter EJECT LOCK MODE : Reset start while pressing [VOL+] key and [REVERSE] key.
To exit EJECT LOCK MODE : Follow the same steps to enter this mode.

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12. area and a heat sink becomes hot areas. Be careful not to burn yourself. A

MOTHER PCB
IC1301 C1306 C1317

C1313

P2001
SXi
Model only
B

MOTHER PCB

IC3191

IC2401

IC160 C

IC1201
IC351
IC1271

1F & 2F Rear Holder

LS2.5 DVD Mechanism Module Top Case

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1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING

A
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
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).

B 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.

2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
For all items except the backup current, refer to the Owner's Manual.
Backup current......................... 5.0 mA or less

2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and any use of such marks by PIONEER CORPORATION is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

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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, video, audio and operations must be
specific media, use it for the operation check. normal.
2 DVD Measure playback error rates at the Deterioration of mecha-drive can be
innermost and outermost tracks by using the checked.
test mode with the following disc. The error rate must be less than the
DVD test disc (TDV-582) threshold value.
(Refer to the chapter of DIAGNOSIS for the B
threshold value.)
3 DVD Play back a DVD. Display, video, audio and operations must be
(Menu operation; Title/chapter search) normal.
4 CD Play back a CD. Display, audio and operations must be
(Track search) normal.
5 FM/AM tuner Check FM/AM tuner action. Display, audio and operations must be
(Seek, Preset) normal. * If the reception sensitivity is poorer
Switch band to check both FM and AM. than normal, the gasket on the FM/AM tuner
unit may be damaged or lost.
C
6 Check whether no disc is inside the product. The media used for the operating check must
be ejected.
7 Appearance check No scratches or dirt on its appearance after
receiving it for service.

For check items concerning image and voice, please refer to the followings:

Check items concerning image Check items concerning voice


Block-noise Distortion
Crosscut noise Noise
Dot noise Low volume
Distorted image (Image skip) High volume D
Low brightness Changes in level
Too bright Pause of sound
Color fading
Partial discoloration

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

A Mother PCB
C DVD Core Unit
E Service Unit (Keyboard) D Interface PCB
B

B Service Unit (Monitor)

A:AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
B:AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
C:AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
C D:AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
E:AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
F:AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
G:AVH-X2790BT/XNID

Service Unit(Mother I/F)


Consists of
Mother PCB
Interface PCB

Unit Name : Service Unit(Mother I/F)


D Unit Number : CXX7259(A)
Unit Number : CXX7255(B)
Unit Number : CXX7257(C)
Unit Number : CXX7260(D)
Unit Number : CXX7261(E)
Unit Number : CXX7262(F)
Unit Number : CXX7263(G)

Unit Name : Service Unit(Monitor)


Unit Number : CXX7273
E
Unit Name : DVD Core Unit
Unit Number : CWX4609

Unit Name : Service Unit(Keyboard)


Unit Number : CXX7275

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3.3 JIGS LIST


- Jigs List
Name Jig No. Remarks
A
Disc(DVD-Video) TDV-582 Skew adjustment, Check points after servicing,
Inspection method of Pickup Unit
Disc(CD-DA) TCD-782 Inspection method of Pickup Unit
30P FFC GGD1222 DVD CORE UNIT <–> MOTHER PCB

- Grease List
Name Jig No. Remarks
Grease GEM1024 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1038 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1045 DVD Mechanism Module
B

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
DVD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

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4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".
A
SXi iData Link WIRED REMOTE BT

10

1
2
3
JA4002 CN4002 JA4003 JA
CKS6497-A CKS6603-A CKS6437-A CK

D INT

1
AUX
FM/AM POWER SUPPLY 1SEG DTV
ANT JA3101 TUNER

2
CWE2519-A
CKN1106-A
JA2201

15
YEK5001-A

1
1
YKS5041-A

50
18
17

15
2 1

1
JA1
NM CN3201
1
3
4
2
3
CKM1613-A CKS6638-A

A MOTHER PCB

CN1952 CN2501
C CKS6025-A

30 1
VKN1620-A

A 1/16 VEHICLE IF A 7/16 AV


A 2/16 PWR OTHER A 8/16 O
A 3/16 2chDC/DC A 9/16 PW
C A 4/16 1chDC/DC A 10/16 T
DVD CORE UNIT
A 5/16 SYSCOM A 11/16 H
D
A 6/16 GERDA A 12/16 L
BT MODULE
YWX5055
1 30
24 13
1 12

CN2901
CKS6364-A
1
60

B SERVICE UNIT

CN5001 CN5301
CKS6625-A CKS6646-A
1

TOUCH PANEL TFT


CSX1234 CWX

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A
NAVI/TV INTERFACE A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
B. CAMERA
EMOTE BT MIC INPUT D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
26 F

1
AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
1
2
3

03 JA4001 CN4001 JA4004


G
CKS4497-A CKS1825-A
A CKN1101-A
AVH-X2790BT/XNID

D INTERFACE PCB SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)


Consists of
MOTHER PCB
CN4004 B
CKS6605-A
INTERFACE PCB

50
PRE OUT RCA V IN OUT USB IF
1

4
CN3051 JA3161
CKB1113-A
JA3151
CKB1110-A
JA3191
CKN1097-A
CKS6645-A

A 7/16 AVSEL A 13/16 PWR USB C

A 8/16 OPAL A 14/16 LS2.5 IF


A 9/16 PWR-IC A 15/16 EXT I/F
A 10/16 TUNER POWER A 16/16 BT
A 11/16 HD/DAB(Not used)
A 12/16 LITHIO D

DULE
5055

13
12

901
64-A

CN3202
CKS6646-A
60
1

E
CN5003
CKS6646-A

E
CN5501
CN5004

CKS6421-A
CKS6635-A

RVICE UNIT(MONITOR) SERVICE UNIT


(KEYBOARD)
BACKLIGHT
5301 CN5002
6646-A CKS6635
60

TFT LCD
CWX4348

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4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM


- SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM JA4003
Leaning
A SWC
AA MOTHER PCB
JA4001 BT MODULE
Pioneer(SUNTEC)
BT MIC IN
3.3V 1.8V UART
A 12V
Sxi UART
5 3 Converter

NAVI GUIDE
-RGB Navi/TV-Tuner
Navigation NAVI
B -Composite TV/ AUDIO
H/Abox
TV UART
26pin

COMPOSITE
NM
DABANT
HD-TUN UNIT
UART System
DAB-TUN UNIT 1.1V
SPI uCOM
JASO ANT X-2069 3.3V
UART
JA2201
I2C IC401
TUNER
Lithio/LithoDR I2C MN103LF15RXW
C
TUN3.3V
UART
1segDTV UART VDD3
1Seg ANT
(ISDB-T)

AV SEL
IC1101
REAR
AK4223VQ
NM 3.3V (Ain 6ch,
JA3151 Vin 6ch,
Aout 2ch
D
Vout 2ch)
VCR IN
AEQ/ATA

JA4004
B.CAMERA
A-RGB
AUX Jack
V,L/R or AEQ SEL
JA3101 YCbCr
V-DEC
DV5 DAC
IC1501 NM
E MN2DS001 C.VIDEO
8MAUB
Rear
LS2.5 AV Dec
C DVD CORE UNIT & OSD VD8V VD5V VENC I2C
SYS+B IC901
AK8814VQ
Front

IECOUT(S/PDIF) AVCC33

JA3191

USB CDP
USB5V
F USB 5V USBCONT
DDC+SW USBFLG

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JA4003
Leaning NM A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
SWC
DRIVE UNIT B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5 A
C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
E-VOL
I2S
Mix
D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
SP
FRONT E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
P.AMP
F AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
IC1301
AMP
MUTE
G AVH-X2790BT/XNID
PA2032A
IC1201
PM9014A REAR

Mix
JA3161
FRONT
AMP FRONT Analog B
Mix
AEQ/ATA MUTE PREOUT VIDEO
REAR
Digital
AMP REAR
MUTE VIDEO
PREOUT Analog
SPI 4 line DDC33
System SW
AUDIO
uCOM 5.8V AMP
MUTE SW OUT
ASENS, BSENS, TELMUTE, Digital
BGSENS, ISENS, PBSENS,
IC401 MICSENS, BGSENS HighOut AMP AUDIO
(NJW1240V)
MN103LF15RXW 4Vrms
CN4002 C
12V
iDataLink A
UART
VDD33
KDT/PWM

UART
JA3151
REAR REAR
VOUT

SPDIF

MCLK
B SERVICE UNIT(MONITOR)
SPDIF

Back light DD8


GERDA3 OZ527ILN
IC601
V-DEC MN1AA9010Z
LCD
RGB666 6.2inch
Graphics iPod CPIC
&Audio 3.3V E
I2C WVGA
&Video (800×480)
I2C 3.3V

C
built-in SDRAM Multi-touch panel
SRAM 32MB 3.3V 3.3V
8MB
Serial Flash Touch Panel
16MB 3.3V
3.3V 1.13V
Serial Flash 3.3V
E SERVICE UNIT(KEYBOARD)
8MB A F
2MB BCDEFG RGB ILM
KEY REM
ILMB 3.3V

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- AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM


A
Devices
Source Control,
Analog(Main) Digital(Main) Analog(Mixing) New
or
Data Current
Analog(Main Digital(Main
Mixing Select) Mixing Select)
Peripheral AUDIO_MCK
Circuit

RF : Far Voice BT Module


Pioneer BT Module
BT RF : Near Voice E-VOL IC
OPAL(PM9014A)
IC1201
DSP Part
MIC Digital in/out
B A
MAIN
souce
SOC Digital in/out
GERDA 3 B
IC601

DSP INPUT SELECTOR


S/PDIF

D+/D- Digital in/out


pre ATT
USB C
MAIN -3dB
SOCMUTE souce2 (ASR=
ON)

C DVD CORE UNIT Digital in/out


D
IECOUT(S/PDIF)
MUTE
DVD Mecha Mixing
Digital in/out souce
LS2.5 E
CXK8101

MUTE TUNER Module


AM/FM -TUN
C AMUTE
LITHIO
IC2201
DC CUT
TUN_L HPF

HD/DAB -TUN UNIT TUN_R


U2101 X-2062 ADC
CWE2518-(HD)
CWE2517-(DAB) 1 INAP2L

64
INAN1L
TV Audio NM 16
26pins Navi/RGB 17
Connector INAP2R

3 INAN1R
iTV_L 2
INBP4L
H/A box iTV_R or
14

Analog INPUT/MIXING SELECTOR


i-pod INBN3L
ONSEI2+/ONSEI2-
Navi guide (MONO) 15
ATT INBP4R ISO
INBN3R
AV SELECTOR 4
D
AK4223VQ INCN5L
A IC1101 13 INCN5R
BUSL+/BUSL- CH1_L
ISO OUT1
CH1_R (Front)
SXi BUSR+/BUSR- 5
INCP6L
AV_LOUT1
VCR_L CH2_L
VCR_R ISO INDP8L
CH2_R AV_ROUT1 7
INDN7L
6
VCR_L 12 INCP6R Analog Mixing
CH3_L souce
VCR IN VCR_R ISO INDN7R
11
CH3_R
10 INDP8R
OUT2
(Rear) 8,9 INMN
AUX_L
CH4_L REARLOUT
AUX_R ISO INPN
CH4_R
REARROUT
E
Auto EQ Auto TA AEQMICIN CH5_L
ISO
MIC CH5_R

E-VOL.IC Input Table


DTV_L E-VOL_Analog INPUT
AUX_L CH6_L
ISO SOURCE
DTV_R PIN NO CH *3
AUX AUX_R
CH6_R
64,17 1
Sxi
1,16 2
AVSEL Input Table 2,15 3
NM AV Selecter_INPUT OUTPUT Level Control [dB] ISO 3,14 4
Tuner(Lithio)
CH SOURCE OUT1(Front) OUT2(Rear) ON-> 4,13 5 AVSEL
DTV_L
- 5,12 6 AEQ/ATA MIC
1-seg DTV 1
0 0 6,11 7 *1
2 VCR -6 0 iphone/TV
DTV_R 7,10 8 *1
3 - 0 0 8,9 9 *2 RGB NAVI
4 AUX 0 0
5 - 0 0 *1. INDP7, 8 are set by term
*2. INMPN and INMN are inp
6 DTV(for BR) 0 0
F *3. At single input, receipt of
*4. Digital Audio Input can be

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A MOTHER PCB
A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
OL IC D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
PM9014A)
1
E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
DSP Part F AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
G
in/out
A AVH-X2790BT/XNID B
MAIN Loudness Bassboost DVOL(Att)
souce Gain DVOL(Boost)
gain (-95.5-0dB

X'over/EQ
(0-15dB/1dB) (0-12dB/1dB) /0.5dB,-inf) Limiter (+36-0dB/
in/out
0.5dB,-inf)
B

Digital OUTPUT SELECTOR


DSP INPUT SELECTOR

in/out
pre ATT. DVOL(Multi)
C
MAIN -3dB (-79-0dB Multi IIR
souce2 (ASR= /0.5dB,-inf) Filer
ON)

n/out

Mixing DVOL(Att) DVOL(Boost)


n/out souce (-95.5-0dB (+36-0dB
/0.5dB,-inf) /0.5dB,-inf)
+
BEEP LEVEL
BEEP (-79-0dB
/0.5dB,-inf)

DC CUT DC CUT C
HPF HPF

ADC ADC Specification DAC Specification


DAC
AVDD=5.78V AVDD=5.78V
2Vrms=0dBFS 0dBFS=2Vrms
AMP OUT
2L Analog OUTPUT
FL(61) FL±
1L Power IC
50W×4ch
FR(20) FR±
PA2032
2R IC1301
RL(60) RL±
1R Fader
(-79-0dB
4L /1dB,-inf)
RR(21) RR±
or INPUT Gain
Analog INPUT/MIXING SELECTOR

3L 0dB-+36dB
/1dB
4R ISO SWL(59)
AMPMUTE
MIXING

3R
HIOUTCLK D
5L SWR(22)
OFFMUTE AMPMUTE
N5R HighOut AMP
(NJW1240)
AVOL(DMix) +6dB Pre OUT
P6L (-69-0dB IC1271
/1dB,-inf) FL

8L or FR
7L
AVOL(AMix)
6R Analog Mixing (-63-+6dB
souce
RL
/1dB,-inf)
7R
8R RR
MIXING SW is 1ch.
Mixing souce should choose
DMIX or AMIX.

SWL E

SWR

E-VOL.IC Input Table


E-VOL_Analog INPUT ISO E-VOL_Digital INPUT
NO CH *3 SOURCE Y-> CH *4 SOURCE PIN NO
OFFMUTE SYSMUTE
1 A DVD Mecha 28,29,30
Sxi
2 B BT 31,32,33
3 C - 35,36,37
Tuner(Lithio)
4 D - 45,46,47
5 AVSEL E SOC 48,49,50
6 AEQ/ATA MIC -
7 *1 iphone/TV
-
8 *1 -
9 *2 RGB NAVI -
*1. INDP7, 8 are set by terminal resistor common to main source and mixing source (simultaneous use is also available).
*2. INMPN and INMN are input dedicated to mixing. If differential is received by ISOLATOR, they become negative input of INDP8.
*3. At single input, receipt of 8ch by ISOLATOR becomes 4CH.
*4. Digital Audio Input can be also set to output depending on setting of resistor.
F

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- VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM


A

Analog Video Signal (composite)


Analog Video Signal (A-RGB or component)
AV Selector IC
Digital Video Signal IC1101
AK4223VQ

VCR_V V2
VCR 75 ISO
LPF
V4
Video Output (Analog) 75 ISO
B AUX_V
MINI
JACK

V3
C DVD CORE UNIT 100k ISO
LS2.5 LPF
DVD_V V5
75 ISO
DVD_YCbCr

-1dB ~ +1dB
V6 0.1dB Step
75 ISO

C V1
220 ISO

BCAM_IN
B.CAM AVSEL:6in2
NM
DIGITAL BT656
1seg 8bit
DTV VENC
CWE2519- DTV_V AK8814VQ
(for Digital 0
TV Tuner
model) 0
NM
D
0
ATV_V

RGB 26pin CN ATV/DTV ;


Navi / Composite Hi-Z
ATV/ 100k NEW
Navi ; A-RGB SEL
DTV NJM2283V
I/F 75 Hi-Z
SOC
Hi-Z D
GERDA3
Only
Navi ; A-RGB IC601 6
USB USB± MN1AA9010Z-K

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AV Selector IC A MOTHER PCB


IC1101
AK4223VQ

FRONT MONVBS
LPF GCA 0
0dB
B

Rear Monitor Out


REAR
RCA_V
LPF GCA 75
+6dB

-1dB ~ +1dB, +6dB/+3dB/0


0.1dB Step dB/-3dB B SERVICE UNIT(MONITOR)
Front Monitor Out
C

AVSEL:6in2out D-RGB
6bit × 3 LCD
WVGA
6.2 inch(CWX4348-)

D-RGB
AV SELECTOR INPUT
6bit × 3
VIDEO
0Z-K
1 VENC
2 VCR
3 DVD(LS2.5) E
4 AUX
5 BCAM_.IN
6 DTV/ATV

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4.3 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE

A MOTHER PCB
A

B.UP 3.3V VDD33


NJW4181U3-33B min3.267V , max3.333V
min 10.8 V typ 24.3 mA
Typ. 14.4 V max 49.0 mA
max 15.1 V 0.58 W Pd 2.4W
1000µF Iout(MAX)100mA

NM

SYSPW
SYSB 8.0V
NJW4184DL3-08A
typ 45.0 mA min7.92V , max8.08V
max 70.0 mA
0.50 W Pd 3125mW
Iout(MAX)300mA
FSMD110-24R-T

DDC33
C

D
VD5

VD8

DDC33
SX12
BUP

A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
F AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
G AVH-X2790BT/XNID
F
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BLOCK/ VOLTAGE
FUNCTION typ(mA) max(mA) DEVICE
min(V) typ(V) max(V)

SYS com 24.0mA 48.0mA MN103LF15RXW 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V

4ch
PWR AMP - 12.89A PA2032A 10.8V 14.4V 15.1V

E.Vol
0Ω 67.0mA 95.0mA PM9014A(OPAL) 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V
Digital system
EV58CNT
E-VOL 5.8V
NM
MM1856A58N E.Vol
typ 72.0 mA
72.0mA 95.0mA PM9014A(OPAL) 4.75V 5.8V 6.0V
Analog system
max 95.0 mA B
0.26 W
6ch Line AMP 12.0mA 20.0mA NJW1240 6.0V 8.0V 10.0V
Pd 0.93W
Iout(MAX)200mA

AV Sel. 33.0mA 50.0mA AK4223VQ 7.5V 9.0V 9.5V

HDPWR12

TU3.3V
MM3571A33P D
typ 169.0 mA
LITIO3.3V 169.0mA 200.0mA TEF6686HN(ANALOG) 3.0V 3.3V 3.5V
max 200.0 mA
0.41 W

GERDA 3.3V
150.0mA 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V
Digital system
GERDA 3.3V
81.0mA 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V
0Ω Analog system
GERDA 3.3V
VDD33

NM 0.5mA 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V


*Backup system
GEPW11
Pd 3.8W GERDA3
GERDA1.13V Iout(MIN)1A
RP132J001B min 1.148 V GERDA 1.13V 700.0mA 1.05V 1.13V 1.21V
typ 0.0 mA max 1.199 V E
max 704.0 mA 0Ω GERDA 1.13V
1.59 W 4.0mA 1.05V 1.13V 1.21V
*Backup system

VDD1.13V NM
NJM2125F
typ 0.0 mA
max 4.0 mA min 1.108 V
- W max 1.123 V
Serial FLASH
50.0mA 100.0mA S99-50384P-K 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V
*for program
MX25L6406EM2I-12G-K

Serial FLASH
A
12.0mA 20.0mA 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V
*for back up MX25L1606EM2I-12G-K
BCDEFG

SDRAM 90.0mA 150.0mA M12L2561616A- 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V


5TG2S-K

F
6

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A 1 2 3 4 5

A MOTHER PCB Over-current detection value min typ max


USB5 2.7142 4.4585 7.0094 A

Pd 1.78W
DDC USB5 Iout(MAX)1000mA
AN33014UA typ 500.3 mA
typ 306.53 mA 5.0 V max 1500.3 mA
max 919.3 mA min 4.95 V
2.66596 W max 5.10 V


VDCNT5

DDC33 min 3.293 V


KBD9876EFJ max 3.407 V
NM
3.35 V

VD5

VD8
typ 361.9 mA typ 890.1 mA
max 984.4 mA 2.874 W max 2421.2 mA
B 3300µF

Pd 0.35W
KBUP

Iout(MAX) 200mA

DDC33
1 VDCNT8 2 VDCNT5

2ch DDC
AN33012UA VD8 min 7.910 V
1VD8+2VD5 max 8.379 V

typ 1626.7 mA Vin Max 34V Starting : 2→1


max 3316.2 mA IN OUT VD5 min 5.033 V
8.10 V max 5.324 V
Typ 1261.4 mA 1283.2 mA
Max 2570.6 mA 2615.0 mA
7.51 W

5.20 V

D Typ 365.3 mA 815.0 mA


Max 745.6 mA 1170.0 mA
2.16 W

Over-current detection value min typ max


8V 3.3058 4.5455 5.8770 A
5V 3.1579 4.1667 5.6140 A
DDC33
VD5

VD8

typ 0.00mA
max 1.69mA

typ 0.00mA
max 3.00mA
SX12

0.75 A
305.0mA

329.6mA

4 5

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6 A

AVCC33
MM3479A33P
typ 50.0 mA
ENCORDER 50.0mA 65.0mA AK8814VQ 2.8V 3.3V 3.6V
max 146.0 mA
0.30 W
min 4.81 V
max 5.10 V USB 500.0mA 1500.0mA
iPod/iPhone/USB
4.75V 5.00V 5.25V
Over-current detection value /MirrorLink
(CDP IC)
USB5
min typ max
1.769 2.000 2.268 A
ipodCP 7.5mA 341S2162-TBB 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V

STCC2540IQ B
CDP Detect 0.26mA 0.29mA 4.5V - 5.5V
typ 0.065 Ω
max 0.095 Ω
AVCC5.0
MM1856A50N-TLB Analog image
Buffer × 4
7.6mA 8.0mA LSCR523UB - - -
typ 38.7 mA
max 55.5 mA
0.19 W
VIDEO SW 11.8mA 15.3mA NJM2283V 4.5V 5.0V 5.5V

CSYNC
0.110mA 0.220mA TC75S57FU 1.7V 7.0V
Level Converter

ISO×4 19.2mA 32.0mA BH7673G 4.5V 5.0V 5.5V

BT 3.3V 20.0mA 100.0mA 3.1V 3.3V 3.6V


C
BT18ON
PIONIEER BT
BT 1.8V (SUNTEC)
MM3479A18PRE
typ 65.0 mA
BT 1.8V 65.0mA 100.0mA 1.73V 1.80V 1.89V
max 100.0 mA
0.35 W Pd 1.78W
Iout(MAX)1000mA
3.0A
LS2.5 8V 364.0mA 1112.0mA 7.6V 8.0V 8.4V

CXK8002
1.25A
LS2.5 5V 351.0mA 420.0mA 4.6V 5.0V 5.4V

D INTERFACE PCB A iDataLink


5→3 Converter
0.020mA TC7SH08FUS1 2.0V 5.5V
3.3V

iDataLink
1.5mA TC7SET08FUS1 4.5V 5.5V
3→5 Converter
5V

SXi
0.020mA TC7SH08FUS1 2.0V 5.5V
5→3 Converter
3.3V

SXi
1.5mA TC7SET08FUS1 4.5V 5.5V
3→ 5 Converter
5V E

Sxi 500.0mA Sirius,XM-tuner 10.0V - 16.0V

A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5
C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5
D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD F
F AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
G AVH-X2790BT/XNID

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4 5
A

305.0mA

329.6mA
B SERVICE UNIT(MONITOR)
6.2inch typ 252.1 mA 6.2inch typ 230.1 mA
max 272.1 mA max 230.1 mA

6.2 typ 133.3 mA


max 274.8 mA
B

6.2 typ 122.1 mA


max208.3 mA

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BLEN
LED Current Generator
OZ527ILN
typ 140.0mA
max 140.0mA LCD Backlight 140.0mA 140.0mA CWX4348-A(6.2inch) 8.55V 9.60V 10.65V
6.2 0.39 W

RGB Illumination 22.0mA 42.0mA SMLVN6RGB2UK(B) - - -


(6.2 inch)

LCDEN
LCD Power Supply VDDG 0.5mA 1.0mA 17.0V 18.0V 19.0V
R1290K103 18V
6.2 typ 31.0 mA B

LCD MODULE
6.2inch 0.21 W max 53.0 mA VEEG
0.5mA 1.0mA -6.6V -6.0V -5.4V
-6V

CWX4348-A(6.2inch)
9.2V 30.0mA 35.0mA 9.0V 9.2V 9.4V

3.3V 10.0mA 15.0mA 3.0V 3.3V 3.6V

Gradation 10.0mA CWX4348-A(6.2inch) 9.2V

COMDC 6.0mA CWX4348-A(6.2inch) 9.2V

Touch Panel 50.0mA AK4187VN 2.7V 3.0V 3.6V C

Remote Control
1.2mA 1.5mA RS-470 2.7V 3.3V 5.5V
Sensor

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5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART
A

RESET

VDD : pin 26 VDD = 3.3V?

bsens : pin 124 bsens = L?


B

asens : pin 125 asens = L?

C
LS2_STB : pin 31
LS2_STB = H?

Standby
ASENBO : pin 112
ASENBO←H

D DDCCLK←Clock Out
DDCCLK : pin 73 (Frequency of 413.9kHz)

VDCNT5 : pin 77
VD5, 8←H
VDCNT8 : pin 78 LCDPW, GEPW11←H
LCDPW : pin 81

GEPW11 : pin 37 Starts


Communication
with Display microcomputer
E

SYSPW : pin 74 SYSPW←H


EV58CNT←H
EV58CNT:pin 62

Source keys operate



Source ON

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5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT

Disc to be used A
CD-DA : TCD-782
DVD-Video : TDV-582(GGV1025)

Exact judgment cannot be performed if the disk to be used has a crack and dirt.
Be careful of handling of a disk enough.

Execution method
Refer to the following page for the details of the check 1 and the check 2.

Replace the
START
CRG chassis

Please perform the


PU Lighting?
No usual diagnosis.
RF level check
Check1 Yes

LD current check

Check2
C
Replace the Error rate check
Is it OK?
No CRG chassis
Yes

Is it OK?
No
Yes

RF level check PICK UP Perform lens


No cleaned? No cleaning
Yes Yes D

Replace the
Check2 CRG chassis
Error rate check

Is it OK? PICK UP Perform lens


No cleaned? cleaning
No
Yes Yes
Replace the
CRG chassis E

Ckeck parts
other than PICK UP Finished

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A
Check1 : LD current check

<Check>
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE
No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current
1 GGV1025 DVDLD1 - VCC5_PU 120 - 780 (mV) 10 - 65 (mA)

DVDLD1
B

VCC5_PU
C

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current


2 TCD-782 CDLD1 - VCC5_PU 150 - 900 (mV) 10 - 60 (mA)

CDLD1

VCC5_PU

F
Notes: Please pay attention to the laser diode damage by static electricity.

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Check : RF level A

<Check>
ASMAX value shows the value of RF level.
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks

1 GGV1025 8 digits value of more than


ASMAX on display 0000 0B00
8 digits value of more than
2 TCD-782 0000 0E00
ASMAX on display

Check2 : Error rate check

<Check>
Status: [Tracking Closed] of TEST MODE
No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks D

1 ID:40000 less than


GGV1025
1.000E-3

2 GGV1025 less than


ID:200000
1.000E-3
less than
3 TCD-782 ID:HOME Position 2.500E-3

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5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART


Refer to the DVD Mechanism Module Manual CX-3311 (CRT5651).

5.4 ERROR CODE LIST


Method of reset
UART ACC Source Eject/ Play Key
Error status OSD *1 *2 Meaning Off/On Off/On With no device

Media Error UNPLAYABLE DISC 00h A disc containing the unplayable format only X X X -

Read Error ERROR-02-99 20h Transfer start error X X X X


Focus Error(Focus Error
ERROR-02-90 21h Focus error X X X X
in mechanism set up)
Focus error during set up
Surface Error ERROR-02-9E 22h - - X -
(A focus has never been achieved with that disc)
Address not found
B (Invalid Track) ERROR-02-80 23h Address not found X X X X

Spindle Lock ERROR-02-91 24h Spindle lock NG(the disc cannot rotate) X X X X
Carriage home NG
Carriage HOME ERROR-02-92 25h (The pick up tries to return to carriage home, X X X X
but it cannot go back and stopped)
ID/SUBCODE Read Error (ID/SUBCODE cannot
ID/SUBCODE Read Error ERROR-02-94 26h X X X X
be read due to scratch or stain)
AV CHIP decode Error ERROR-02-9A 2Ah AV CHIP decode NG(AV chip cannot be decoded) X X X X
AV CHIP Recovery NG ERROR-02-9B 2Bh AV CHIP recovery NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK Playback state error
ERROR-02-9C 2Ch X X X X
Mode Status (An error due to software bug)
Disc Data Error ERROR-02-9D 2Dh Disc Data NG X X X X
Temp Error
High temperature(Playback is stopped because
(In Case of High THERMAL PROTECTION IN MOTION 30h X - - -
the pickup is high temperature)
Temperature)
C No Disc
Disc has not been inserted
(including Disc loading (No display) 40h * * * *
(Including Load in process or Eject in process)
and ejecting)
Loading mechanism error
Loading_Mecha Error (No display) 50h X - X -
(The disc cannot be clamped)
DRM error (All music cannot be played back due
DRM Error PROTECTED DISC 70h X X X -
to DRM)
Region code NG (Unable to be played back due
Region code Error DIFFERENT REGION DISC 90h X X X -
to incorrect mechanism region)
CPRM*7 Key Error *8 UNPLAYABLE DISC 93h Key Error for playback X X X -
REQUEST Error ERROR-02-A0 A0h REQUEST_error X X X X
Failure in issuing read
ERROR-02-A1 A1h Failure in issuing the read command X X X X
command (chip dependent)
Adjustment of L0 is NG ERROR-02-A2 A2h L0 adjustment is NG X X X X
Adjustment of L1 is NG ERROR-02-A3 A3h L1 adjustment is NG X X X X
LD system NG ERROR-02-A4 A4h LD system NG X X X X
D Gain adjustment system NG ERROR-02-A5 A5h Gain adjustment system NG X X X X
Gain determining system NG ERROR-02-A6 A6h Gain determining system NG X X X X
Servo initial setting related items NG ERROR-02-A7 A7h Servo initial setting related items NG X X X X
Disc is not clamped yet ERROR-02-A8 A8h Disc is not clamped yet X X X X
Tracking system NG ERROR-02-A9 A9h Tracking system NG X X X X
Media setting system NG ERROR-02-AA AAh Media setting system NG X X X X
Focus Error ERROR-02-AB ABh JUMP over layers NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK
ERROR-02-B0 B0h Navigation command error X X X X
Mode Status
Error of PLAY BACK
ERROR-02-B1 B1h Retry over X X X X
Mode Status
DivX DRM Information
ERROR-02-C1 C1h DivX DRM inofrmation update error X - - -
Update Error *10
Undefined Error ERROR-FF-FF FFh Undefined error X X X X

X : Cancel the error by operation. - : Error is not cancelled by operation. * : No setting


E *1 A content displayed on OSD. As for the items having multiple display patterns, the upper row is for the Japanese version Full GUI, and the lower
row is for the Touch Panel model and Full GUI (English version).
*2 A parameter of UART command, such as “receipt error notice”, that the DVD mechanism transmits.
*7 CPRM(Content Protection for Recordable Media) : A copyright protection technique for digital contents used for re-writable DVD or memory card.
*8 DVD-VR model only.
*10 This occurs when the DRM information update notice is sent from the DVD mecha but no DRM information update response is returned.

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Common Subscription Updated Press Enter to Continue A


 This product has detected a change in your SiriusXM sub-
AMP Error
scription status.
 This product fails to operate or the speaker connection is
— Touch [Enter] to clear the message.
incorrect; the protective circuit is activated.
— Check the speaker connection. If the message fails to Channel Not Subscribed. Call Sirius XM to Subscribe.
— Check the power IC and its peripheral circuit.  The channel that you have requested is not included in your
SiriusXM subscription package.
Product overheat. System will be shut down automatically — Check the content of your SiriusXM subscription package.
in 1 minute. Restart the product by ACC Off/On may fix this Channel Locked Please Enter the Lock Code
problem. If this message keep showing up, it is possible  Locked by the radio Parental Control feature.
that some problem occurred in the product. — Release the channel lock.
 The temperature is too high for this product to operate. Artist Unavailable
— Follow the instructions displayed on the screen. If this  The alert memo function is not available.
does not solve the problem, contact your dealer or an — Perform the operation with another channel.
authorized Pioneer Station for assistance.
Song Unavailable
 The alert memo function is not available. B
Pandora — Perform the operation with another channel.
Error-19 Team Unavailable
 Communication failed.  The alert memo function is not available.
— Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPod’s main — Perform the operation with another channel.
menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it. Alert Memory Full You can manage alert memory in the
Skip limit reached. alert list
 Skip limit reached.  The memory is full.
— Do not exceed the skip limit. — Clear the alert list.
— Due to music licensing restrictions, Pandora limits the Memory Full
total number of skips per hour.  The memory has become full while playback was paused.
— Resume playback.
Check Device
 Device error message displayed in Pandora application. Memory Nearly Full
— Please check your connected device.  The memory has become nearly full while playback was
paused. C
Incompatible USB — Resume playback.
 The connected USB storage device is not supported by this
product.
— Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible Disc
USB storage device.
Error-02-XX/FF-FF
Check USB  The disc is dirty.
 The USB connector or USB cable has short-circuited. — Clean the disc.
— Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught  The disc is scratched.
in something or damaged. — Replace the disc.
 The connected USB storage device consumes more than  The disc is loaded upside down.
maximum allowable current. — Check that the disc is loaded correctly.
— Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn  There is an electrical or mechanical error.
the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then — Press the RESET button.
connect a compliant USB storage device.
Different Region Disc
 The disc does not have the same region number as this D
SiriusXM Satellite Radio product.
— Replace the DVD with one bearing the correct region
Check Antenna number.
 The antenna connection is incorrect.
— Check the antenna connection. If the message fails to Unplayable Disc
disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, con-  This type of disc cannot be played on this product.
tact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service — Replace the disc with one that can be played on this
center for assistance. product.
Check Tuner Unplayable File
 The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner connection is incorrect.  This type of file cannot be played on this product.
— Check the tuner connection and battery voltage. If the — Select a file that can be played.
message fails to disappear even after the engine is Skipped
switched off/on, contact your dealer or the nearest autho-  The inserted disc contains DRM protected files.
rized Pioneer service center for assistance. — The protected files are skipped.
No Signal Protect
 The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner is having difficulty  All the files on the inserted disc are embedded with DRM. E
receiving the SiriusXM satellite signal. — Replace the disc.
— Verify that your vehicle is outdoors with a clear view of the TEMP
southern sky.  The temperature of this product is outside the normal operat-
— Verify that the SiriusXM magnetic mount antenna is ing range.
mounted on a metal surface on the outside the vehicle. — Wait until this product returns to a temperature within the
— Move the SiriusXM antenna away from any obstructions. normal operating limits.
No Content This DivX rental has expired.
 TuneScan is not available.  The inserted disc contains expired DivX VOD content.
— Perform the operation with another preset channel. — Select a file that can be played.
Channel Not Available Video resolution not supported
 The channel that you have requested is not a valid SiriusXM  Files that cannot be played on this product are included in
channel. the file.
— Check the SiriusXM channel lineup. — Select a file that can be played.
Unable to write to flash memory. F
 The playback history for VOD contents cannot be saved for
some reason.
— Retry.
— If the message appears frequently, consult your dealer.

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A Your device is not authorized to play this DivX protected iTunes tagging
video. Error-8D
 This product’s DivX registration code has not been autho-  Built-in FLASH ROM encountered an error.
rized by the DivX VOD contents provider. — Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON.
— Register this product to the DivX VOD contents provider.
Tag store failed.
Video frame rate not supported  Tag information cannot be stored in this product.
 DivX file’s frame rate is more than 30 fps. — Try again.
— Select a file that can be played.
Already stored.
Audio Format not supported  This tag information is already stored in memory.
 This type of file is not supported on this product. — Tag information can only be saved once for any given
— Select a file that can be played. song. Tag information cannot be saved for the same song
more than once.
USB storage device Memory full. Connect iPod.
 The tag information is successfully stored. The flash memory
Error-02-9X/-DX of this product has become full.
B  Communication failed. — The tag information on this product is transferred to the
— Turn the ignition switch OFF and back ON. iPod automatically when an iPod is connected.
— Disconnect the USB storage device.
Memory full. Tags not stored. Connect iPod.
— Change to a different source. Then, return to the USB
 This product’s flash memory used as the temporary storage
storage device.
area is full.
Unplayable File — The tag information on this product is transferred to the
 This type of file cannot be played on this product. iPod automatically when an iPod is connected.
— Select a file that can be played.
iPod full. Tags not transferred.
 Security for the connected USB storage device is enabled.
 Memory used for tag information on the iPod is full.
— Follow the USB storage device instructions to disable
— Sync the iPod with iTunes and clean up the tagged playlist.
security.
Tag transfer failed. Reconnect your iPod.
Skipped
 This product’s tag information cannot transfer to the iPod.
 The connected USB storage device contains DRM protected
— Check the iPod and try again.
files.
— The protected files are skipped.
C
Protect Bluetooth
 All the files on the connected USB storage device are
embedded with DRM. Error-10
— Replace the USB storage device.  The power failed for the Bluetooth module of this product.
— Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON.
Incompatible USB If the error message is still displayed after performing the
 The connected USB storage device is not supported by this above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized
product. Pioneer Service Station.
— Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible
USB storage device.
Check USB MirrorLink
 The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. The application list could not be read out.
— Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught  Failed to load the application list.
in something or damaged. — Disconnect the cable from the smartphone, and then con-
 The connected USB storage device consumes more than nect the smartphone again after a few seconds.
maximum allowable current. — Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON.
D — Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn If the error message is still displayed after performing the
the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then above action, reset the smartphone.
connect a compliant USB storage device. If the error message is still displayed after performing the
Video resolution not supported above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized
 Files that cannot be played on this product are included in Pioneer Service Station.
the file. There is no supported application on your MirrorLink
— Select a file that can be played. device.
USB was disconnected for device protection. Do not re-  No supported applications can be found.
insert this USB memory into the unit. Please reset the unit. — Install MirrorLink compliant applications to your
 The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. MirrorLink device.
— Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught Communication error occurred.
in something or damaged.  There was a communication error.
 The connected USB storage device consumes more than — Disconnect the cable from the smartphone, and then con-
maximum allowable current. nect the smartphone again after a few seconds.
— Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn — Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON.
E
the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then If the error message is still displayed after performing the
connect a compliant USB storage device. above action, reset the smartphone.
 The USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone is short-circuited. If the error message is still displayed after performing the
— Confirm that the USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone or above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized
USB cable is not caught in something or damaged. Pioneer Service Station.
Audio Format not supported Launching the application failed.
 This type of file is not supported on this product.  Failed to launch the application.
— Select a file that can be played. — Try again.
Failed to display the screen of your device because of
iPod irregular resolution.
 The image size is too large.
Error-02-6X/-9X/-DX — The size of the images transferred from the device exceeds
 iPod failure. 800 × 480.
— Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPod’s main
F menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it.
Error-02-67
 The iPod firmware version is old.
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5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

WIRED REMOTE A
REARVIEW VIDEO REAR MONITOR CONTROL
CAMERA INPUT INPUT VIDEOOUTPUT (AVH-X2700BS/XNUC)
BT MIC i DATA LINK SXI-BUS INPUT

USB IF AUDIO FRONT AUX FM/AM


INPUT REAR INPUT ANTENNA
SUBWOOFER INPUT
PRE-OUT

POWER SUPPLY NAVI INTERFACE D

2 26

15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 1 25
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

1 : CCR 10 : CCAUL 19 : DSEN


2 : CCG 11 : CCAUR 20 : TVON
1. FL+ 9. P. BRAKE
3 : CCB 12 : GNDAU 21 : GUIDE ON
2. FR+ 10. TELMUTE
4 : CSYNC 13 : ONSEI+ 22 : MONON
3. FL- 11. ILM
5 : GNDSIG 14 : ONSEI- 23 : IP5V
4. FR- 12. BREM/AANT
6 : HSYNC 15 : IPSDA 24 : SYS TO NAVI
5. RL+ 13. ACC E
7 : GNDD 16 : IPSCL 25 : NAVI TO SYS
6. RR+ 14. REV
8 : VSYNC 17 : NC 26 : GNDD
7. RL- 15. B.UP
9 : ASENBO 18 : IPVCLK
8. RR- 16. GND
SXI-BUS INPUT

1 SXiL 6 SXiRX
2 SXiTX 7 NC
3 NC 8 GND F
4 SXiR 9 SXi PW
5 SXiG 10 SXiPW

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 MONITOR TEST MODE
A MONITOR TEST MODE MENU SCREEN
Method for Mode IN
While pressing [FORWARD] + [VOL+] key, restart the system.

Display specification

Operational description Remote controller key


Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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1. Version Information
Method for Mode IN A

While pressing [Mute] + [Reverse] key, restart the system.


Choose “1. Version Information” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Page: 1

<Navi>
When Navi is connected : Connect
When Navi is not connected : -
<EEPRM>
C
When set value initialization is performed normally : Init OK
When set value initialization is not performed normally : -
<Eject Lock>
When Eject Lock is on : ON
When Eject Lock is canceled : OFF

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Page up NEXT
Page down PREV

Page: 2 Page: 3
D

Page: 4 Page: 5

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2. Touch Panel Test


Method for Mode IN
A

While pressing [Mute] + [Reverse] key, restart the system.


Choose “2. Touch Panel Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit


(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
C
Outermost circle check -1
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished normally
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
-> Since “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” includes “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.”
Outermost circle check -2
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
Calibration check
When “Calibration check of line calibration” is finished normally

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished


(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check -1
D When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Outermost circle check -2
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished abnormally
-> Since “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” includes “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.”
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
E
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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1. Effective Area Calibration - 1

Outermost circle check screen A

First point Second point

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is finished Band D

2. Effective Area Calibration - 2

Outermost circle check screen

First point Second point

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3rd point 4th point

B Operational description Remote controller key


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is finished Band

D 3. 16 Point Calibration

Calibration check screen

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
By repeating this action 16 times, obtain calibration value of each [+].
When touching the last 17th cursor, calibration values at 16 points and information of normal finish in 17 bytes
are written in EEPROM and the screen returns to TOP menu by pressing a key.

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Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu Band B

Calibration check result screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu Band

4. Touch Panel Coordinates Test


D

[+] is displayed at a touched place.


(Two [+] are displayed by touching two places.)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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5. Calibration Test

A
Calibration confirmation screen

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
Otherwise, the cursor is displayed in red.
Repeating this action for 4 points and by pressing the last 4th point, “O.K.” is displayed.

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

Calibration confirmation result screen


D

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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6. Data Initialize

B
Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit
(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished normally
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
Calibration check
When “Calibration check of line calibration” is finished normally
Outermost circle check of user calibration
When “Outermost circle check of user calibration” is finished normally
User calibration check
When “Calibration check of user calibration” is finished normally
C
Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished
(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Outermost circle check of user calibration
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied D

When “Data initialize is executed”


When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after Outermost circle check of user calibration is finished normally
User calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after 16-point adjustment of user calibration is finished normally
E
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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3. EEPROM Adjustment
Method for Mode IN
A

Choose “3. EEPROM Adjustment” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. Flicker Adjustment

1 dot stripe image of black and gray (50% white) will appear.
Adjust the number to minimize the flicker.

< Flicker Adjustment >

Flicker adjustment image (lattice)


D

COM DC

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN
-1 REV
+1 FF

Following items in EEPROM Adjustment menu are not used on service.

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4. EEPROM Initialize
Method for Mode IN A

Choose “4. EEPROM Initialize” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Confirmation screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor left movement REV
Selection cursor right movement FF
Menu enter Band
C

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5. Display Test
Method for Mode IN
A

Choose “5. Display Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. Ramp & 10step

Display of step signals and signals for alpha blend check.

Right-white 64step

Alpha blend set value


D (in hexadecimal)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Alpha blend Up (+0x10) Up
E
Alpha blend Down (-0x10) Down
Alpha blend Up (+0x01) FF
Alpha blend Down (-0x01) REV
Pattern change Band

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2. Monochrome Stripe

Display of monochrome stripe signals. A

Monochrome stripe (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

3. Color Bar

Display of color bar signals. C

Color bar (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

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4. RGB

RGB is plotted in the following pattern:


A
R:100% -> R:50% -> G:100% -> G:50% -> B:100% -> B:50% -> Magenta:100% -> Magenta:50% -> Cyan:100% ->
Cyan:50% -> Yellow:100% -> Yellow:50% -> Black -> Gray -> White -> Green & Magenta dot signal
(The display of the screen will be changed in 1 second.)

R: 100%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Stop / restart of auto display Band

5. Raster Signal

Display of signals for step confirmation.

White 0%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band
E

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6. Contrast

Display of Black / White signals. A

Black

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

7. Center Marker

Display of signal for screen central location setting. C

Center marker

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6. Rear Video Output Test


Method for Mode IN
A

Choose “6. Rear Video Output Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

On this Rear Video Output Test mode, test signals appear only on the rear video output terminal.

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
C Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

1. RGB

RGB is plotted in the following pattern:


R:100% -> R:50% -> G:100% -> G:50% -> B:100% -> B:50% -> Black -> Gray -> White signal
(The display of the screen will be changed in 1 second.)

R: 100%
D

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Stop / restart of auto display Band

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2. Color bar

Display of color bar signals. A

Color bar (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

3. Ramp & 10step


C
Display of step signals and signals for alpha blend check.

Right-white 64step

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Alpha blend Up (+0x10) Up
Alpha blend Down (-0x10) Down
Alpha blend Up (+0x01) FF
Alpha blend Down (-0x01) REV
E
Pattern change Band

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4. Raster Signal

Display of signals for step confirmation.


A

White 0%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

5. Center Marker
C
Display of signal for screen central location setting.

Center marker

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6. Multiburst

Display of multiburst signal. A

Multiburst

White Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray
94dot 30dot 9dot width 30dot 4dot width 30dot 3dot width 30dot 2dot width 30dot 1dot width 30dot

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6.2 DVD TEST MODE

A The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the
DVD mecha.
This mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.

1. Outline
The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the
DVD mecha. No general user goes into this mode.
The mode is implemented mainly to check the FE part. It is originally the test mode at the FE part implemented in the
PC communication, which is modified to allow implementation in the HOST communication.
The command for the test mode received in the HOST communication is interpreted by the application part, converted
to the PC communication command and transferred to the OS.
The OS transfers this command to the PC task as if it received the command in the PC communication.
B The execution result is noticed to the application part by an e-mail instead of the PC communication.
The application part then transmits the result in the HOST communication to display OSD.

2. Conditions for operation


(1) This service test mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.

3. To enter the test mode.


(1) [EJECT] key + [FORWARD] key -> Turn on BUP and ACC.
(2) DVD SOURCE -> ON
(3) Execute the test mode using each key.

C Operation Key
Display on function flow
(0) -
(1) +
(2) MUTE
(3) MENU
(4) TOP MENU
(5) AUDIO
(6) SUB TITLE
(7) ANGLE
(8) RETURN
D UP
DOWN
EJECT EJECT
SOURCE SRC

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Image of the test mode.


Legend: … Key operation
A
… Operation state

Start of the test mode. … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

TEST [Note] Higher level 4 characters only. Lower level 4 characters are spaces.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


LD power on time Simple FE
FE test selection EDC1 test selection EDC2 test selection mode selection test mode

Hereafter, to FE test Hereafter, to EDC1 Hereafter, to EDC2 Hereafter, to LD power on Hereafter, to simple
mode image. test mode image. test mode image. time mode image. FE test mode.

[Note] In order to move on to another test after selecting a test (FE/EDC1/EDC2), it is necessary to restart the DVD mechanism in the test mode.

Image of the front end test mode. Legend: … Key operation


… Operation state
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.
FE test mode

0X00 0000

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) EJECT


Power on Disc type DVD1 Disc type DVD2
FE offset coefficient Disc type CD Disc type CD-RW EJECT
TE offset coefficient layer layer
0FFF 0000
AS offset coefficient
ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient 0000 0000 0100 0000 0200 0000 0300 0000
DBAL coefficient
VIN1 offset cancel value C
VIN2 offset cancel value
VIN3 offset cancel value
VIN4 offset cancel value
VIN5 offset cancel value
VIN6 offset cancel value
VIN7 offset cancel value
VIN8 offset cancel value
VIN9 offset cancel value

1X00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

F search CRG+/- LD-ON/OFF CRG_HOME CRG_OUTSIDER Power_OFF


F close
S curve
measurement
1FFF 0000 Activates while the key When LO-ON : 1100 0000 1D00 0000 1E00 0000
1A00 0000 When LD-OFF : 1000 0000
is being pressed.
(2) 1B00 0000 : CRG+
1C00 0000 : CRG-
F search STOP
[Note] If no action is taken for approximately 10 seconds after LD-ON, it will become LO-OFF automatically.
If F close is selected during LD-OFF, it will become an error. D
1100 0000 During focus search (S character measurement mode), too, safety regulation applies if LD_OFF is not selected
within 10 seconds. Therefore, even if focus search is selected after LD-ON, it will become LD-OFF after 9 seconds.
In order to F close after focus search (S character measurement mode), set to Power_OFF first then power on again
Focus close state before F close.
FEMAX level
FEMIN level
ASMAX level
ENVMAX level
FE normalization coefficient
Spindle gain coefficient
TEMAX level indication
TEMIN level indication
(2)

2x00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (8)


Tracking balance Focus Jump CRG+/- Power_OFF

When L0 layer : 2000 0000 It operates while the key


2FFF 0000 When L1 layer : 2100 0000 is being pressed.
2B00 0000 : CRG+ E
TBAL coefficient (layer 0) 2C00 0000 : CRG-
TBAL coefficient (layer 1)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 0)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 1)
Off track adjustment result

3000 0000

(1) (3),(4) (5) (8)


Tracking close CRG+/- RF level value Power_OFF

3FFF 0000 It operates while the key 3FFF 0000


is being pressed.
3B00 0000 : CRG+
3C00 0000 : CRG- Tracking close state FBAL coefficient (layer 0)
FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1) F

A B C

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A B C
A
5000 0000

(1) (2) (7) (8)


RF level value Error rate
indication start measurement T.OPEN Power_OFF

Error rate
RF level is informed Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) To (2)
every 500msec. Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
(1) AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
RF level value AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)
indication end

FBAL coefficient (layer 0)


Tracking close state FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
B AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
4000 0000 AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

4x00 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6) (3),(4) (7) (8)


Error rate Playback speed T.Jump+/- Power_OFF
measurement switching Focus Jump ID Search T.OPEN

Error rate Jump+ : 4B00 0000


Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) When L0 layer : 4x00 0000 4A00 0000 Jump- : 4C00 0000 To (2)
DVDX1.3 -
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1) When L1 layer : 4x00 0000
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0) 1.6CAV (3)
(1)-(4)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1) CDX4CLV: ID Track number
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0) 4x00 0000 designation designation
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

ID display Track number


indication The higher 2 digits of the designated ID are the value showing the test state.
(5) (5) The lower 6 digits show the ID.
Search Jump Example) If 300000 is desired to be designated as the ID, designated ID: 4A03 0000.
L0 layer DVD X CAV,CD X 2CLV :4000 0000 start start
C L0 layer DVD X 1CLV,CD X 1CLV :4200 0000
Error occurrence L1 layer DVD X CAV :4100 0000
L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000
V Change The number for designation of the track number shall be selected from the track numbers previously prepared.
V Switch to cyclic by (3). Fix by (4).
L0 layer DVD X 1.3 - 1.6CAV, CD X 4CLV :4000 0000 For CD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11 and 32
Error display
L0 layer DVD X 1CLV :4200 0000 For DVD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 and 100
L1 layer DVD X 1.3 - 1.6CAV :4100 0000
(8) L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000 Change the method for ID address designation.
Designation of digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4). Fix by command (5).
Power_OFF

Error occurrence at Power_OFF

[Note] If an error occurs at Power_OFF, reset cannot be made. In such a case, it is necessary to turn the power off and start the test mode once again.

Error display

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EDC. Image of the test mode Legend: … Key operation


… Operational state
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
A
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

EDC1/2 test mode [Note] Image is the same for both EDC1 and EDC2.

0000 0000

(1) (2) [Note] Eject can be effected any time during the
EJECT operation
EDC test mode.
Layer 0 selection Layer 1 selection

Eject
0000 0000 0100 0000 Test mode Eject

1003 0000 1103 0000 B


After completion of EJECT operation

(1)-(4)
ID designation

Layer 0:10** ****


Layer 1:11** ****
[Note] ** **** is the ID designation value

(5)
EDC1/2 start

Layer 0:20** ****


Layer 1:21** ****
[Note] ** **** is the present ID designation value
C
**** ****
[Note] **** **** is the present ID designation value
[Note] The display is updated at 0.5 seconds interval until 0/1 layer is selected or Eject is effected.

Image of the LD power on time mode.

Legend: … Key operation


… Operational state
LD power on time mode
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
D
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.
0000 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6)


CD LD power on DVD LD power on CD LD power on DVD LD power on
time indication time indication time setting time setting

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD [Note] ** **** is the DVD LD 30** **** 40** ****
power on time. power on time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time.

(1)-(4) (1)-(4)
Setting time (8) Setting time (8)
designation designation
(5)
(5)
E
Setting time Setting time
registration registration

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD
[Note] ** **** is the DVD LD
power on time.
power on time.

[Method of setting time designation]


Designate the digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4).
Fix by command (5). Cancel by command (8).

[Note] If the power on time is 999999 hours or more, it is always reported as 999999 hours.
[Note] If the power on time is “*E** ****”, the value may not be correct due to the life of the flash memory.

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Simple test mode

The selection of the figure of each screen can be selected by "Key command for the test".
A

<Flow chart>
TEST MODE

1: LD ON
2: ASMAX
3: Skew Adjustment
4: Error Rate
5: CRG Move Outer
6: Eject

Please Input Number

LD ON LD ON LD ON
B 1 select
1: DVD Single Layer LD ON 1: Power OFF
2: DVD Dual Layer select Completion select
5 Return 3: CD
select 4: CD-RW
5: Return

Please Input Number Now Running Please Input Number

2 select ASMAX ASMAX ASMAX

1: DVD Single Layer ASMAX 1: Power OFF


2: DVD Dual Layer select value set select
5 Return 3: CD
select 4: CD-RW
5: Return ASMAX Level : 000000 ASMAX
Level display
Please Input Number Now Running Please Input Number

Skew Adjustment Skew Adjustment Skew Adjustment


3 select
C 1: DVD Single Layer value set 1: Power OFF
select RF Level select
5 Return
select RF Level
5: Return RF Level : 000000 display
Update 500 msec.
Search ID
Please Input Number Now Running 0x00100000 Please Input Number

*1 *1
4 select Error Rate Error Rate Error Rate - Inner Error Rate - Inner

1: DVD Single Layer DVD 1: Inner Measurement Error Rate 1: Power OFF
select 2: Outer Measurement select set select
5 Return 3: CD 3: Middle Measurement
select
5: Return 5: Return Error Rate : 000000
5 Return
select Search ID
Please Input Number Please Input Number inner : Now Running Please Input Number
0x00040000
outer :
0x00200000 *1 : The position in which Error Rate
middle : select was done is display
0x00100000 *1
Error Rate - CD displayed.
Error Rate -CD
DVD Inner
D CD select DVD Outer
DVD Middle
CD CD

Now Running
Search CRG
home position

5 select CRG Move Outer CRG Move Outer CRG Move Outer

1: DVD Single Layer CRG Move 1: Power OFF


2: DVD Dual Layer select Completion select
5 Return 3: CD
select 4: CD-RW
5: Return CRG moves
to the most
Please Input Number Now Running Please Input Number
outer

<Error>
ERROR

E 1: Power OFF select

Code : 00000000

Please Input Number

<Error : Power OFF>


ERROR

Code : 00000000

Please Reset

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6.3 DVD MECHANISM TOUCH PANEL TEST MODE

For temporary analysis for service A

(for temporary analysis of user complaint for touch direct of DVD)


How to enter the system
Hold FORWARD key and VOL+ key, press reset.

Select DVD TOUCH PANEL TESTMODE.

Specifications of display

[Content]
1. A white rectangle frame is displayed in menu.

E
2. If you touch the screen, a white cross image [+] is displayed to indicate that it is a pressed coordinate.

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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 Monitor Assy (Fig.1)

1 Remove the two screws.


1 1

2 Release the eight latches.

3 Disconnect the connector and then remove


B the Monitor Assy.

Monitor Assy
2 2

2 2
3

2 2
2 2
Fig.1

Removing the Service Unit (Monitor) (Fig. 2) Service Unit (Monitor)

1 Disconnect the four connectors. 2 2


D

2 Remove the four screws and then remove


1
the Service Unit (Monitor). 1
2 1

2 1
1

E 2pin Cable from TFT LCD FFC

1 Attention at assembly:
When you connect the FFC and 2pin Cable
from TFT LCD, set the 2pin Cable lower side.

Fig.2

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Removing the Service Unit (Keyboard) (Fig.3) A


Holder(1) Service Unit (Keyboard)

Remove the Holder(1).

1 1
1 Release the seven latches and then remove
the Holder(2).

Remove the Service Unit (Keyboard). 1


1
Note:
With this model, the Cushion of Touch B
Panel was attached using a jig in the 1 1 1
factory line.
Holder(2)
Fig.3

Removing the DVD Mechanism Module (Fig.4)

1 Remove the four screws. DVD Mechanism Module

1
2 Disconnect the connector and then remove C
the DVD Mechanism Module.

DVD Mechanism Module 1

1
D
1
Bracket
2
Attention at assembly:
When installing the DVD Mechanism Module,
pulling the Bracket to the DVD Mechanism
Module, tighten the screws.
Put the dowels of the DVD Mechanism
Module in the slits of the Bracket securely.

E
Attention of removing
Don’t remove this screws excluding the
dismantlement of the DVD Mechanism
Module.
Fig.4

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Removing the Heat Sink and the Holder (Fig.5)


A

Heat Sink Holder


1 Remove the three screws.

1
2 Remove the two screws and then remove
the Heat Sink and the Holder. 2 2

B 1 1

Fig.5

Removing the Service Unit (Mother I/F) (Fig.6)

Service Unit (Mother I/F)


1 Remove the two screws.

1 1

2 Remove the four screws.


D

2 2

2 2

Bracket
E
3 Slide the Bracket in the direction indicated
by an arrow and then release the dowel.
(Left side and Right side)

Remove the Bracket.

3
Attention at assembly:
When installing the Bracket, put the
dowels of the Chassis in the slits of
the Bracket securely.
F

dowel Fig.6

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Removing the Interface PCB and the Mother PCB (Fig.7) A

1 Disconnect the connector.


Interface PCB

2 Straighten the tab at location indicated. 3

2
3 Remove the two screws and then remove
1 3
the Interface PCB.

4 4
4 Remove the four screws and then remove B
the Mother PCB.

4 4

Mother PCB
Fig.7 C

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT


8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT
A

This product uses 5 V and 3.3 V as standard voltages.


The electrical potential that is the reference for signals, is not GND, but VREF (approximately 2.2 V) and VHALF
(approximately 1.65 V) .
During product adjustments, if the reference voltage is mistakenly taken as GND, and a grounding contact is made,
not only would it be impossible to measure the accurate electrical potential, but also the servo motor
would malfunction, resulting in the application of a strong impact on the pick up.
The following precautionary measures should be strictly adhered to, in order to avoid such problems.
The reference voltage and GND should not be confused when using the minus probe of a measurement device.
B
When an oscilloscope is being used special care should be taken to make sure that the reference voltage is not
connected to the probe of ch1 (on the minus side), while the probe of ch2 (on the minus side), is connected to GND.
Further, since the body frame of most measurement devices have the same electrical potential as the minus side of
the probe, the body frame of the measurement device should be set to floating ground.
If the reference voltage is connected to GND by mistake, turn the regulator OFF immediately, or turn the power OFF.

Remove the filters and wires used for measurements only after the regulator has been turned OFF.
After the power supply is turned on, regulator ON the following adjustment and measurement are promptly done.
Whenever the product is in the test mode, the software will not take any protective action. For this reason, special
care should be taken to make sure that no mechanical or electrical shock could be applied to the product when
taking measurements in the test mode.
C Whenever the EJECT key is pressed to eject the disk, no other keys, other than the EJECT key, should be pressed
until the disk eject action has been completed.
Press the EJECT key only after the disk has stopped completely.
If the product hangs up turn the power OFF immediately.
Don't touch the volume for laser power adjustment other than the time of POWER adjustment.
(Laser diode may be damaged.)

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- Power Adjustment

Power Adjustment A
To turn VR of the circuit for Power adjustment and adjust the optical output level of PU laser diode to make the level
of signal (RF signal) read from the media appropriate level during the reproduction of media, CD and DVD.
It has been decided that Power adjustment circuit (circuit from IMON to CDMP, DVDMP) which adjusts the optical
output level of PU laser diode should be installed on DVD Core Unit in the DVD mecha module.
Therefore, in the replacement of CRG mecha (with PU unit) and DVD Core Unit, Power adjustment should be
implemented.
The Power adjustment method of mecha module is shown below.

Items to be Prepared

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope (digital or analog)


B
Frequency band of oscilloscope in DVD whose frequency is higher than CD Adjustable 10 MHz
and higher (enough to check the level)
(In LS2, DVD (x 1.5CLV) MAX RF 6.55 MHz / DVD (x 1.5CLV) MIN RF 1.40 MHz)
DISC: DVD TEST DISC (TDV-582 or TDV-520) Almedio
CD TEST DISC (TCD-782 or TCD-792) Almedio
Adjustment screwdriver : crosshead, No.0, nonmetal (ceramic screwdriver for adjustment)

Line Locating

The following line locating is required.

1 RF Power adjustment
C
2 VREF1 Power adjustment

Connection Diagram

: Checking terminal for oscilloscope


The figure in parentheses of resistor / capacitor is constant. Universal board

RF VREF1

Enlarged

E
For CDt

For DVDt

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Method of Power Adjustment

A 1. Monitor RF by using the analog oscilloscope. (line locating of RF and VREF1)


2. Turn VR1101 and VR1102 to set the PP value of RF at the value shown in the right lower table.

RF waveform after F-ON / before T-ON (waveform measured by analog oscilloscope)

Adjust VR in order that this


width is within the range of
target RF level adjustment value.
Power adjustment standard
RF level adjustment value
(F-ON STEP 10, 24)
B
DVD 200 mV to 1 200 mV
CD 200 mV to 1 200 mV

RF waveform after the completion of all adjustment (waveform measured by analog oscilloscope)
Adjust VR in order that this
C width is within the range of
target FR level adjustment value.
Power adjustment standard
RF level adjustment value
(The setup is completed. STEP 12, 26)
DVD 818 mV to 862 mV
CD 658 mV to 702 mV

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Procedure of Power Adjustment


Flow
1. DVD Power adjustment in the state where F is ON A
2. DVD Power adjustment in the state where the setup is completed
3. CD Power adjustment in the state where F is ON
4. CD Power adjustment in the state where the setup is completed

Procedure of Adjustment
1. Set the mecha to clockwise.

2. Turn on power.

3. Test Mode In Refer to FE test mode function flow. B

4. Insert DVD TDV-582 (or TDV-520).

5. Set the mecha to counterclockwise.

6. Adjustment of the initial position of VR for Power adjustment Adjust the angle at the D cut position to the initial position
(initial position shown in Fig.1).
1st 2nd 3rd
CD (VR1101) -30°
DVD (VR1102) -30° -45° -90° 0° CD VR (VR1101)
Adjustment of the initial position
-30° - 1st, 2nd, 3rd is the same, too

3rd - -90°

2nd - -45°

DVD VR (VR1102)
Adjustment of the initial 0°
position
1st - -30°
7. Set DISC TYPE to DVD single layer. Fig.1

8. Power on. Refer to FE test mode function flow.

9. LD-ON Refer to FE test mode function flow.


D
Refer to FE test mode function flow.
10. Execute until Focus close state is reached.
If the waveform is similar to RF waveform after F-ON and before T-ON (waveform measured by analog oscilloscope), Focus Close is reached.
Go to STEP 9.
If the RF waveform does not appear, Focus Close is not reached.
Return to STEP 7 and change the angle of initial position of DVD VR (VR 1102). If Focus Close is not reached after the 3rd VR adjustment,
replace the whole CRG mecha (including PU unit) and start again from STEP 1.

DVD 200 mV to 1 200 mV

11. Conduct Power adjustment. (Conduct the adjustment in the state of Focus Close.)
DVD 818 mV to 862 mV
12. Execute until Tracking Close is reached.
E
13. Conduct Power adjustment. (Conduct the adjustment in the state of Tracking Close.)
DVD 2.0E – 4 and under

14. Check the ERR rate after Power adjustment.


DVD 820 mV to 917 mV
DVD 2.0E – 4 and under
15. Power off.

16. Return the state of mecha to clockwise.

17. Set up again (state of mecha to clockwise / setting of DVD single layer) and conduct the final check of RF level and ERR rate.
F
(Check in the state of Tracking Close)

18. Eject.

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19. Take out DVD TDV-582 (or TDV-520).


Insert CD TCD-782 (or TCD-792).
A
20. Set the mecha counterclockwise.

21. Adjustment of the initial position of VR for Power adjustment Adjust the angle at the D cut position to the initial position
(initial position shown in Fig.2).
1st 2nd 3rd
-45° -90° CD VR (VR1101)
CD (VR1101) -30° Adjustment of the initial position

DVD (VR1102) As the adjustment is 1st - 30°
completed, never change. 2nd - -45°

3rd - -90°

B
DVD VR (VR1102)
As the adjustment is
completed, never change. 0°
Fig.2

22. Set DISC TYPE to CD. Refer to FE test mode function flow.

23. Power on. Refer to FE test mode function flow.

24. Execute until Focus Close 1 is reached. Refer to FE test mode function flow.
If the waveform is similar to RF waveform after F-ON and before T-ON (waveform measured by analog oscilloscope), Focus Close is reached.
Go to STEP 20.
If the RF waveform does not appear, Focus Close is not reached. Return to STEP 21 and change the angle of initial position of CD VR (VR1101).
C If Focus Close is not reached after the 3rd VR adjustment, replace the whole CRG mecha (including PU unit) and start again from STEP 1.

25. Conduct Power adjustment. (Conduct the adjustment in the state of Focus Close.)

CD 200 mV to 1 200 mV

26. Execute until Tracking Close is reached. Refer to FE test mode function flow.

27. Conduct Power adjustment. (Conduct the adjustment in the state of Focus Close.)
CD 658 mV to 702 mV

28. Check ERR rate.


D CD 1.0E – 2 and under Refer to FE test mode function flow.

29. Power off. Refer to FE test mode function flow.

30. Return the state of mecha to clockwise.

31. Set up again (state of mecha to clockwise / setting of CD layer), and conduct the final check of RF level and ERR rate.
(Check in the state of Tracking Close)

CD 528 mV to 832 mV Refer to FE test mode function flow.


CD 1.0E – 2 and under

32. Eject. Refer to FE test mode function flow.


E

33. Take out CD TCD-782 (or TCD-792).

34. Power off.

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8.2 SERIAL NUMBER EDIT


If a Mother Board of a product on which iDatalink specification is mounted is replaced with a new one,
it is necessary to set the serial number to the original serial number.
A
It can be edited by selecting the menu <Monitor Test Menu> to <1. Version Information>.

8.3 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION

- PCL Output
In the normal operation mode (with the detachable panel installed, the ACC switched ON, the standby mode cancelled),
D
shift the TESTIN IC401 (Pin 80) terminal to H.
The clock signal is output from the CLKOUT terminal IC601 (Pin 87).
The frequency of the clock signal is 9.375 MHz that is three 4th of the fundamental frequency.
The clock signal should be 9.375 MHz (± 375 Hz).
If the clock signal is out of the range, the X'tal (X401) should be replaced with 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
RC, RD, RI, ID

UC, RC, RD, RI, ID

EW5

UC, RC, RD, RI, ID

F EW5, RI
UC, EW5, UW5 RC, RI
EW5, UW5

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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2) 13 Microphone Assy CPM1083
2 USB Extended Cable CDP1587 14 Holder CZN7192
A
3 Polyethylene Bag CEG1160 15 Cushion CZN7193
4 Screw See Contrast table (2)
5 Screw TRZ50P080FTC 16 Panel See Contrast table (2)
17 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2)
6 Handle See Contrast table (2) 18-1 Owner's Manual See Contrast table (2)
7 Cover See Contrast table (2) 18-2 Quick Start Guide See Contrast table (2)
8 Unit Box See Contrast table (2) 18-3 Installation Manual See Contrast table (2)
9 Contain Box See Contrast table (2)
10 Protector See Contrast table (2) * 18-4 Caution Card See Contrast table (2)
* 18-5 Caution Card See Contrast table (2)
11 Card Remote Control Unit See Contrast table (2) * 18-6 Service Network See Contrast table (2) B
12 IM CD-ROM See Contrast table (2) * 18-7 Warranty Card See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVH-X2700BS/XNUC, AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5, AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5, AVH-X2750BT/XNRC, AVH-X2750BT/
XNRD, AVH-X2750BT/XNRI and AVH-X2790BT/XNID are constructed the same except for the following:
AVH-X2700BS/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2750BT/
Mark No. Description
XNUC XNEW5 XNUW5 XNRC XNRD
1 Cord Assy CDP1665 CDP1670 CDP1670 CDP1665 CDP1665
4 Screw CRZ50P090FTC CRZ50P090FTC CRZ50P090FTC Not used Not used
6 Handle Not used CND6289 CND6289 Not used Not used
7 Cover CEG1359 CEG1356 CEG1356 CEG1356 CEG1356 C
8 Unit Box CHG8704 CHG8712 CHG8714 CHG8705 CHG8706

9 Contain Box CHL8704 CHL8712 CHL8714 CHL8705 CHL8706


10 Protector CHP4598 CHP4599 CHP4599 CHP4598 CHP4598
11 Card Remote CXE5116 Not used Not used CXE5116 CXE5116
Control Unit
12 IM CD-ROM Not used CPJ1484 Not used Not used Not used
16 Panel Not used Not used Not used CNS9475 CNS9475

17 Cord Assy Not used Not used Not used CDP1655 Not used
18-1 Owner's Manual CRD4822 Not used CRB4450 CRD4823 CRD4824
18-2 Quick Start Guide Not used CRD4820 Not used Not used Not used
D
18-3 Installation Manual Not used CRD4821 Not used Not used Not used
* 18-4 Caution Card Not used CRP1436 Not used Not used Not used

* 18-5 Caution Card Not used CRP1441 Not used Not used Not used
* 18-6 Service Network Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used
* 18-7 Warranty Card QRY3001 CRY1376 CRY1376 Not used Not used

AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2790BT/
Mark No. Description
XNRI XNID
1 Cord Assy CDP1665 CDP1665
4 Screw Not used Not used
6 Handle CND6289 Not used E
7 Cover CEG1356 CEG1356
8 Unit Box CHG8715 CHG8707

9 Contain Box CHL8715 CHL8707


10 Protector CHP4599 CHP4598
11 Card Remote CXE5116 CXE5116
Control Unit
12 IM CD-ROM Not used Not used
16 Panel CNS9475 CNS9475

17 Cord Assy CDP1655 Not used


18-1 Owner's Manual CRD4825 CRB4451 F
18-2 Quick Start Guide Not used Not used
18-3 Installation Manual Not used Not used
* 18-4 Caution Card Not used Not used

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AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2790BT/
Mark No. Description
XNRI XNID

* 18-5 Caution Card Not used Not used


A * 18-6 Service Network Not used CRY1305
* 18-7 Warranty Card Not used CRY1304

Owner's Manual,Installation Manual


Part No. Language

CRB4450 Russian

CRB4451 English

CRD4820 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German, Dutch

CRD4821 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German, Dutch


B CRD4822 English, French, Spanish(Espanol)

CRD4823 English, Traditional Chinese

CRD4824 English, Spanish(Espanol), Portuguese(B)

CRD4825 English, Arabic, Persian

CONTENTS OF CD-ROM (Operation Manual), CPJ1484


Part No. Language

*CRB4437 English
*CRB4438 French
C
*CRB4439 Italian

*CRB4440 Spanish(Espanol)

*CRB4441 German

*CRB4442 Dutch

*CRB4443 Swedish

*CRB4444 Norwegian

*CRB4445 Finnish

*CRB4446 Danish
D
*CRB4447 Portuguese
*CRB4448 Greek

*CRB4449 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.

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9.2 EXTERIOR (1)

A C
A

A B

B E

EW5, UW5, RI

EW5, UW5, RI

F
B
D

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(1) EXTERIOR (1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BSZ26P060FTC 17 Lighting Conductor CNW3303
2 Screw BSZ26P120FTC 18 Holder CNW3304
A
3 Holder CND7211 19 TFT LCD CWX4348
4 Holder CND7212 20 Grille Assy See Contrast table (2)
5 Heat Sink CNR2170
21 Button CAI4447
6 ••••• 22 Plate See Contrast table (2)
7 Screw BSZ26P060FTC 23 Grille See Contrast table (2)
8 Button (HOME) CAI4448 24 DVD Mechanism Module (LS2.5) CXK8100
9 FFC CDE9768 25 •••••
10 Holder CND7198
26 Service Unit (Monitor) CXX7273
11 Cover CNN4865 27 Service Unit (Keyboard) CXX7275 B
12 Sheet CNN4864 28 Holder See Contrast table (2)
13 Cushion CNN4273 29 Panel See Contrast table (2)
14 Cushion CNN4964 30 FFC CDD1069
15 Touch Panel CSX1234
31 FFC CDD1071
16 Lighting Conductor CNW3302 32 Touch Panel Unit CXE7987

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVH-X2700BS/XNUC, AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5, AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5, AVH-X2750BT/XNRC, AVH-X2750BT/
XNRD, AVH-X2750BT/XNRI and AVH-X2790BT/XNID are constructed the same except for the following:
AVH-X2700BS/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2750BT/ C
Mark No. Description
XNUC XNEW5 XNUW5 XNRC XNRD
20 Grille Assy CXE7703 CXE7699 CXE7701 CXE7704 CXE7704
22 Plate CNN4858 CNN4858 CNN4856 CNN4856 CNN4856
23 Grille CNU2898 CNU2895 CNU2895 CNU2899 CNU2899
28 Holder Not used CND7102 CND7102 Not used Not used
29 Panel Not used CNU2645 CNU2645 Not used Not used

AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2790BT/
Mark No. Description
XNRI XNID
20 Grille Assy CXE7704 CXE7705
22 Plate CNN4856 CNN4856 D
23 Grille CNU2899 CNU2900
28 Holder CND7102 Not used
29 Panel CNU2645 Not used

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9.3 EXTERIOR (2)

UC, RC, RD,


RI, ID

B
UC, RC, RD, RI, ID EW5, UW5

A
C

A
E

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(1) EXTERIOR (2) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BSZ26P060FTC
2 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2) 11 Screw BPZ26P080FTC
A
3 ••••• 12 Screw BSZ26P060FTC
4 Card Remote Control Unit See Contrast table (2) 13 FFC CDE9766
5 Battery Cover See Contrast table (2) 14 Holder See Contrast table (2)
> 15 Fuse (10 A) YEK5001
6 Chassis CNA3310
7 Bracket CND6985 16 Service Unit (Mother I/F) See Contrast table (2)
8 Bracket CND6986 17 BT Module YWX5055
9 ••••• 18 Shield Case YNC5123
10 •••••

(2) CONTRAST TABLE B


AVH-X2700BS/XNUC, AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5, AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5, AVH-X2750BT/XNRC, AVH-X2750BT/
XNRD, AVH-X2750BT/XNRI and AVH-X2790BT/XNID are constructed the same except for the following:
AVH-X2700BS/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2700BT/ AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2750BT/
Mark No. Description
XNUC XNEW5 XNUW5 XNRC XNRD
2 Cord Assy CDP1665 CDP1670 CDP1670 CDP1665 CDP1665
4 Card Remote CXE5116 Not used Not used CXE5116 CXE5116
Control Unit
5 Battery Cover CNU1624 Not used Not used CNU1624 CNU1624
14 Holder CND7203 CND7201 CND7201 CND7201 CND7201
16 Service Unit CXX7259 CXX7255 CXX7257 CXX7260 CXX7261
(Mother I/F)
C

AVH-X2750BT/ AVH-X2790BT/
Mark No. Description
XNRI XNID
2 Cord Assy CDP1665 CDP1665
4 Card Remote CXE5116 CXE5116
Control Unit
5 Battery Cover CNU1624 CNU1624
14 Holder CND7201 CND7201
16 Service Unit CXX7262 CXX7263
(Mother I/F)

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9.4 DVD MECHANISM MODULE (1)

B
B A
(C)

C
(A)
(C)

(A)

D
(A)
C (NOTE)

(C)

(C)
D

(NOTE) (A)
(A)
(C)
(A) (B)
(A)
(NOTE)
(A) (A)(NOTE)

E E
C
E

B
A
(C) (C)

(A) : GEM1043

(B) : GEM1045
F
(C) : GEM1024
(NOTE) Apply grease to the whole part.

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DVD MECHANISM MODULE (1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BSZ20P040FTC 50 Chassis Unit CXE8407
2 Screw BSZ26P060FTC A
3 Screw (M2 x 4) CBA1835 51 •••••
4 Washer CBF1038 * 52 Support Wheel CNW2052
5 Spring CBH2855 * 53 Spindle Motor EXM2002
54 Arm Assy CXE7890
6 Spring CBH2860 55 Washer CBF1037
7 Spring CBH3010
8 Spring CBH3011 56 Washer CBF1038
9 Spring CBH3014 57 Arm CND6779
10 Spring CBH3015 58 Roller CNW2500
59 Collar CNW2444
11 Spring CBH3016 60 Gear Unit CXE6225 B
12 Spring CBH3017
13 Spring CBH3019 61 E Ring YE15FTC
14 Spring CBH3086 62 Screw JFZ20P025FTC
15 Spring CBH3095 63 Screw JGZ17P020FTC
64 Screw (M2 x 5) EBA1028
16 Spring CBH3096 65 DVD Core Unit CWX4609
17 Plate Spring CBL1824
18 ••••• 66 Mechanism Unit(Service) CXX7126
19 Case CNB3928
20 Bracket CND4553
Pickup, Spindle Motor and Support Wheel are not avail- C
able as service parts, because they need adjustment by
21 Lever CND7225
special equipment after replacing.
22 Bracket CND5710
23 Bracket CND6127
24 Arm CND7224
25 Sheet CNN3678

26 Roller CNW1172
27 Roller CNW1175
28 Arm CNW1177
29 Arm CNW1178
D
30 Gear CNW1180

31 Gear CNW1181
32 Gear CNW1183
33 Rack CNW1184
34 Gear CNW1185
35 Gear CNW1186

36 Gear CNW1187
37 Clamper CNW1190
38 Arm CNW1192 E
39 Holder CNW1193
40 Holder CNW1194

41 Damper CNW2439
42 Damper CNW2440
43 Arm CNW1726
44 Guide CNW3489
45 Arm CNW2241

46 Rack CNW2265
F
47 Gear CNW2287
48 Motor Unit CXC4026
49 Screw Unit CXC8894

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9.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE (2)

(C)

(C)

(C)

(A)

(B)

(A) : GEM1043

(B) : GEM1045

(C) : GEM1024

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10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


10.1 MOTHER PCB (VEHICLE IF)
A

KBUP14.4

BUP14.4

VDD3.3
BSENS BSENS

ASENS ASENS

L2
DDIN CTH1486-A D3
ILMSENS ILMSENS

A 5/16 10u RB080L-30

CCH1328-A
1000p/50

10u/35

NM
C4
C6

C5

C3
BGSENS0 BGSENS0

105
PBSENS PBSENS

TELMUTE TELMUTE GNDD


B FL+
FR+
FL-
FR-
RL+
RR+
RL-
RR-

D11
DZ2J062M0
ASENS
R11 R18
BSENS
10k 1k
3216
HN1C01FU(YGR)

C1

B2
E2
6

5
4

1000p/50
R12

4.7k
47k

R13
Q11

C11
B1
1
E1

3
C2
2

BGSEN
C
ASENS
GNDD

BSENS
R16 D12

100k DZ2J068M0
R17

47k

R14 D13
Q12 BREM
NM NM NM
R15

NM

GNDD

ILMSENS PBSEN
FR+ FR+ Q21 ILMSNS
LTC014EEB R21 D21
FR- FR- R23

RR+ RR+ 10k DA2J101 1k


3216
1u/10

1000p/50
4.7k

RR- RR-
C21

R22

C18

A 9/16 FL+
FL-
FL+
FL-
RL+ RL+

RL- RL- GNDD


BREM BREM TELMU

A 1/16
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A 1/16 MOTHER PCB


(VEHICLE IF)

BUP1
BUP2
BUP3
L1

CTH1221-A

D1F60-5053
D1F60-5053
D1

D2

GND3
GND2
GND1
VEHICLE I/F
JA1
CKM1613-A

FL+ GNDD FL+


1 FL+
B
FR+ FR+
2 FR+
FL- FL-
3 FL-

POWER SUPPLY
FR-
FR-
4 FR-
RL+
RL+
5 RL+
RR+
RR+
6 RR+
RL-
RL-
7 RL-
RR-
RR-
8 RR-

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50
C10

C12

C13

C14

C15
9

C8

C9
PKB

C7
10 TELMUTE
ILM
11 ILM

12 BREM/AANT
ACC
13 ACC

14 REV
BUP4
15 BUP

16 GND
FUSE
BGSENS0 REV 17
3216 18
(10A)
C
D32 R32 L31 R31 REVI YEK5001
Q31

>
LTC014EEB
DZ2J056M0 10k NM 1k

1000p/50
1000p/50
1000p/50

1000p/50
1000p/50
0.1u/50
1608

C23
C1

C17
C16

C19

C24
GNDD

GNDD

BREM GNDD
BREM D41
FM:+28.00 dBs
CRG03 AM:+28.48 dBs
DAB: +32.48 dBs
0.1u/16
C41
D42

NM

BREM Sxi: +34.00 dBs


AUX:+34.00 dBs
VCR:+34.00 dBs
DTV:+34.00 dBs
iDevices(AUX):+34.00 dBs
GNDD TV(RGB 26PIN):+34.00 dBs
DVDMecha(LS2.5):+34.00 dBs
D
R53

22k

D51
PKB R54 L51 PKBI
Q51
R51 LSAR523UB NM
PBSENS DA2J101 10k
NM
C2

1k
R52

47k

GNDD GNDD

TELMUTE
R61 D61 R64 L61 TEL

22k DA2J101 10k NM


NM

Q61
C62

R62 LSAR523UB
TELMUTE
1k
47k
R63

GNDD

GNDD
E

Ref.1-100

SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)


Consists of
MOTHER PCB
NOTE :
INTERFACE PCB
Symbol indicates a resistor. The > mark found on some component parts indicates
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and the importance of the safety factor of the part.
discrete resistors. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of
Symbol indicates a capacitor. identical designation.
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and
discrete capacitors. : The power supply is shown with the marked box.
F
NM : No Mount

A 1/16
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10.2 MOTHER PCB (PWR OTHER)

DDC3.3

GE1.13
AVCC3.3 VD5 MOT6.5 BT1.8 AVCC5 VD8 EV5.8

AVCC5
IC231

NC CONT

R231
4 3

NM
AVCC5
GND
R232 2 R233
VOUT VIN
NM 5 1 NM
MM1856A50N

1u/10
R234

C231
1u/10
C232
NM
AV33 GNDV GNDD

AVCC33
C R141

IC141 NM BT18
R142 1 5 R143 IC241
VDCNT5 BT18
CE VOUT
NM 2 NM R242 5 1 R241
BT18ON
GND VOUT CE
3 4 R144 NM 2 NM
CS VDD GND
R243
0.1u/10

NM 4 3
C143

R145
1u/10
C141

1608
1u/10
C142

R244
NM

VDD CS VDCNT8
MM3479A33P

0.1u/10
NM
NM

C243
NM

1u/10
R245

C242

1u/10
MM3479A18P

C241
NM

D241
GNDV
GNDD
GNDD

GERDA1.13
GER1.13 R165

NM
RP132J001B-AE
EP
6

EV58CNT
IC160

VOUT

from u
GND
VDD

VFB
CE
1
2
3

GEPW11 OPPWEN
R160

5.6k
D%

from G
DCH1201-A

10V

D160 R166
R162
C161

1608
NM

NM NM NM
10u

E
10V
DCH1201-A
C160

MOTV
R161
10u

D%
12k

P211 2

CEK1384-A
Fast acting

(2A)
Fuse

MOTV
Q211
2SCR573DG D211
1

GNDD R215 NM NM
R211 R214
DZ2J062M0

100 NM
D212

1000p/50
100u/16

1u/16
C214

R213
C213

C211
1k

R212

91
0.1u/10
C212

MOTPWR
Q212
LTC014EEB

GNDD

A 2/16
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A 2/16 MOTHER PCB


(PWR OTHER)
EV5.8 SYS8 VDD3.3 VDD1.13 BUP14.4

VDD1.13

B
VDD1.13

R125

NM
IC121
R121

(D%)
R123

NM
NM 4 3
V-
R122 2
V+
NM 5 1

R124

(D%)
NM
NM

R127

C121
1608

NM

NM

R126

NM

BUP14.4
GNDD

VDD33
IC101
C
VDD33 NJW4181U3-33B
MOTPWR

1 VOUT
MOTPWR

2 GND
3 VIN
R101

NM

BT18ON SYSPW
SYSPW

VDCNT8
0.1u/50
D101

D1F60-5053
EV58CNT EV58CNT A 5/16
0.1u/10

GEPW11
330u/16
47u/16
C103

GEPW11
C102
R102
1608

C101
NM

C104

105

GNDD
A 3/16
VDCNT5 VDCNT5
A 4/16
A 5/16
D

OPAL5.8
BT18ON
BT18ON
A 16/16
SYS8
EV5R8 R274
NJW4184DL3-08A
NM
CONTROL

IC271
IC111

VOUT
GND

D271 R275 1 5
VIN

NC

VIN VOUT SYS8


NM NM 2
R271

1
2
3
4
5
NM

R113

A 6/16
GND OPPWEN
EV58CNT R272 3 4 OPPWEN
CONT NC R111 NM
from uCom NM
NM
1u/16

R273
1u/16

MM1856A58N
C271

C272

C273

NM
NM

CCG1222-A
4.7u 25V
R112

R276
NM
1608

0.1u/50
0.1u/16

OPPWEN
1u/25
C113

C115

C112

C111

C114
NM

from GERDA NM

GNDA

E
GNDA
R114 SYSPW
NM
C116

100p/50
C117

NM
GNDA GNDPRE

MOTPWR SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)


Consists of
MOTHER PCB
INTERFACE PCB

Ref.101-300 F

A 2/16
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10.3 MOTHER PCB (2chDC/DC)

C
C330
0.047u/50

1000p/50
C331

10u/35
C312

C335
C332

C334
C333
NM

NM
NM

NM
KBUP14.4

CCN1321-A
IC301

R311
0.012
CCN1341-A

1 24
VCC VCC_S2
Q301
47u 10V

0.011
R308

ATP112-H 2 23
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35

CCG1236-A-T 10u/35

VCC_S1 RS2
S 3 3 22 R325
RS1 HSD2
R324 HSD1
D 1 4 21 C320 0.1u/16 NM
CCG1229-A-T

HSD1 SS2
G NM C319 5 20
1000p/50

SS1 PGND
0.1u/10

D R313 0.1u/16 6 19 C302 R305


GNDD
L301 2 COMP1 COMP2
8p/50

8p/50
C304

C303

CTH1381-A-TLB 4.7k C305 7 18 0.01u/16 12k


0.01u/16 FB1 FB2
7u R317 C306 8 17 C301
EN1 VREG
510 1000p/50 9 16 470p/50
R321

NM

R316 EN2 SGND R302


R326
3216
1/4W

C307

C308

C309

C310

C311
NM

10 15
1u/10
R315 R314

(D)
1.1k

CT RT 33k
0.1u/10

10k
2 2 0 k C322

R303

(D)
4.3k
(D) 11 14 (D)
C313

RB056L-40

TL_CTRL
NM

TL
R3 1 2
D301

300

12 13
(D)

0.1u/10
R306

R307

C321

FLAG
10k

SYNC
NM
C316

R304

3.6k
(D)

AN33012UA
E R309
R318

0 200k GNDD
1608
R310

390k

SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)


Consists of
F
MOTHER PCB
INTERFACE PCB

A 3/16
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A 3/16 MOTHER PCB


(2chDC/DC)

KBUP14.4
VD8 VD5
MAX:577.6mA

MAX:1236.0mA
MAX:2131.1mA
VD8

VD5
ILM8

B
CEK1282-A
Fast acting

2
P301

(1.5A)
fuse

NM
1

C
C323

NM

Q302
ATP112-H
3 S
CCG1229-A-T 47u 10V
10V
10V

R325 1
CCG1192-A 10u
CCG1192-A 10u

NM G
D
D
1000p/50

2
0.1u/10

05
L302
2k CTH1519-A
C301 R301 15u

470p/50 560
RB056L-40
R320

R302
NM

C325

C328
C324

C326

C327
D302
1u/10

33k
R303

(D)
4.3k
(D)

freq. 365.8/413.9kHz
R327
3216
1/4W
C329

NM

NM

A 4/16
R304

3.6k

R319
(D)

NM
DDCCLK A 5/16 E

GNDD
1608
A 13/16
DDCERR

VDCNT8 A 5/16
VDCNT5
A 2/16
A 4/16
R322

R323

47k
47k

Ref.301-350
A 5/16
GNDD

A 3/16
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10.4 MOTHER PCB (1chDC/DC)

A
A 4/16 MOTHER PCB
(1chDC/DC)

KBUP14.4

BUP14.4

DDC3.3
DDC33
IC351
L351 KBD9876EFJ
CTH1524-A 1 8 R356
10u LX 2 7 VCC C357 NM
CCG1192-A

RB056L-40
10u 10V

9
0.01u/16
47u/16
C351

GND 3 6 BST 0.01u/16


R360

D351
C353
2125

2125
C352

0.01u/50
330

10u/35
C361

C358

C359
R355 BUP14.4

NM
FIN
VC 4 5 EN
FB SYNC NM
C355 NM

C
6800p/25

C354 GNDD
C356

NM GNDD
C360

R358
1608

NM
NM

R357 R351 R352


22k (D)

NM 4.7k 47k
R353

R354

3.3k

(D) (D)

365.8/413.9kHz
GNDD
R359
0

DDC33
D

Ref.351-400
A 2/16 VDCNT5

A 3/16
A 5/16
A 3/16 DDCCLK

A 5/16
E A 13/16

SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)


Consists of
MOTHER PCB
F INTERFACE PCB

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10.5 MOTHER PCB (SYSCOM)

A D,E,F,G

TEMPSENS

DANTSENS
BSENS BSENS

EVOLCS

EVOLCK
EVOLDI
EVOLDO

REMIN
ASENS
BSENS
POS
VSEL
KDT0
KDT1
Q405 Q403
ASENS ASENS
1 6 1 6
ILMSENS ILMSENS

A 1/16 BGSENS0 BGSENS0 WREMCONT2 R520 GNDD


5
GNDD
5

220
220
220

100
2 2
PBSENS PBSENS NM

R515
3 4 3 4

220
TELMUTE TELMUTE

R504
R503
R502

R501
WREMCONT RN4982 RN4982

SYSPW SYSPW

8.2k

R505
680

100k

C436
GEPW11 GEPW11

A 2/16

0.1u/10

470p/50
C424
R521

D403 DB2J31400
EV58CNT EV58CNT Q404 Q402

NM

NM
R519
R524
1 6 1 6

R509
MOTPWR MOTPWR

0
5 5
GNDD GNDD
VDCNT5 VDCNT5 2 2

A 2/16 A 3/16 A 4/16 VDCNT5 3 4 3 4

R514
R512
4.7k
4.7k
VDCNT5

R525
8.2k

R448
680
RN4982 RN4982
VDCNT8 VDCNT8

A 3/16
WIREDAD0

C423

C432
DDCERR DDCERR R447

0.1u/10
C431 0.1u/10

NM

R500
R508

100k
1k

C433

10k
0.1u/10 C422
1u/10
B

R516 NM

0.1u/10
C425
DDCCLK DDCCLK R447:

A 3/16 A 4/16 A 13/16 DDCCLK


A,B,C;1k J%
D,E,F,G;1k D%

R513

R511
470
470
C430
0.1u/10
0.1u/10

R526: C429

0.1u/10
C427

144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
A,B,C;1k J%
D,E,F,G;1k D%
D401 R401 R402

EVOLCK
EVOLDI
EVOLDO
NC
NC
NC
KDT1

NC
TEMPSENS
AVSS
DANTSENS
POS/NC
WIREDAD0

REMIN
ASENS
BSENS
VREFH
EVOLCS
V_SEL

AVDD
KDT0
MICSENSR DB2J31400 4.7k 1
SYSTOGER SYSTOGER R526 R403
WIREDAD1 10k 1k 2
GERTOSYS GERTOSYS
1k 3
GERSTBY GERSTBY
SYSTONAV R405 4

A 6/16 GERMUTE
GERIRQ
GERMUTE
GERIRQ
NAVTOSYS
COMDC
R406
47k
470
R407
470
5
6
SYSTONAVI
NAVITOSYS
COMDC
MICSENS

GERRST GERRST SYSTOMEC WIREDAD1


SYSTOMecha 7
VSEL VSEL R408 SYSTOLS2
MechaTOSYS MECTOSYS 8 NC
47k LS2TOSYS
XRST 9
XRST
R409
H/OSW NM 27k
R410 10
H&OSW/NC
AVSDATA AVSDATA
680 11

C
A 7/16 AVSRST
AVSCLK
AVSRST
AVSCLK
OSDA
OSCK
R411
4.7k
R412
12
13
TSO
TSI
TCK
IRQPW 4.7k
OSDA 14
OSDA
OFFSET OSCK 15
HIOUTCLK HIOUTCLK R413 OSCK
GUIDEON 16 IC401
47k MN103LF15RXW
EVOLDO EVOLDO IRQPW
RGBARI 17

A 8/16 EVOLDI EVOLDI R415


47k R416 18
OFFSET
R414

GUIDEON
47k

EVOLCK EVOLCK Q401 R417 NM


LSCR523UB 100k 19
RGBARI
EVOLCS EVOLCS
OSMD R418 1k OSMD 20
OSMD
except JP,NX288 R419 21
OSCO
AMPPW AMPPW

A 9/16 OFFSET OFFSET


0 22
23
OSCI
12p/50
10p/50
1

VSS
C401

C402
D%
X1

24
GND2
12.500MHz

C403 XI
CSS1839-A

1u/10

A 8/16 A 9/16 A 15/16 SYSMUTE SYSMUTE


C404 25
X401

XO
0.1u/10 26
GND1

VDD50
C405 1u/10 27
3 X2

HDPWR12 HDPWR12 VOUT18


R420 C406 28
2

HDPWR33 HDPWR33 0.1u/10 RESET


1k C407

A 10/16 0.1u/10 29

AEQAUXSW
TUNON TUNON VSS

HIOUTCNT
RESET RESET R421 100k R422 30
GEPW11
DANTPW DANTPW ATRST
D Mecha_STB 47k 31
DANTSENS DANTSENS LS2_STB NC
R423 47k
SYSTOGER R424 120 32
SYSTOGER
R425
GERTOSYS R426 120 100k 33
GERTOSYS
C407
SYSTODTUN
34
NC DTUNTOSYS
SYSTODTUN CKSSYB102K50-T

HDPWR12
HDPWR33
SYSMUTE

SYSTODTUN
GERSTBY

DTUNRST
TUNDATA

DANTPW
35

A 11/16
DTVRST

TUNCLK

BLSYNC
TUNON
DTUNTOSYS DTUNTOSYS NC
36
NC
NC

NC

NC
NC
DTUNRST DTUNRST
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
HIOUTCONT

TUNCLK TUNCLK

A 12/16 TUNDATA
BLEND
TUNDATA
BLEND
0
R437
R518

R466
2.2k
0

0
NM

NM
R434

R435

R441
R436

R446
A 3/16 A 4/16 A 13/16
6.8k
NM

DDCCLK DDCCLK
R439
1k
C408
R433
R431
47k

NM
0.1u/10

R445
C441

NM

E
R440

100k
NM

NM

XRST XRST
IRQPW IRQPW
NM
1k

A 14/16 SYSTOMecha
C435

C434

SYSTOMecha
NM
NM
507D/RD,507B/BR only

MechaTOSYS MechaTOSYS
R432
R430

Mecha_STB Mecha_STB
WREMCONT2
SYSTODTUN
DTUNTOSYS
AEQAUXSW

HDPWR12
HDPWR33
SYSMUTE
GERSTBY

DTUNRST
TUNDATA

DANTPW
GEPW11

DTVRST

TUNCLK

BLSYNC
TUNON

BLEND
OSMD

OSCK

OSDA

MODEL0
MODEL1
MODEL2
MODEL3
MODEL4
RESET

VDD3.3

Soft Debugger
F CN401
NM GNDD
GND 10

MODEL0 11
MODEL1 12
MODEL2 13
MODEL3 14
MODEL4 15
VDD 1
2
GND 3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND

SDA
NC

NDMOD

GND
SCL
NRST

A 5/16
AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
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A
A 5/16 MOTHER PCB

ASENBO
BLEN
EVOLCK
EVOLDI
EVOLDO

REMIN
ASENS
BSENS

AVSRST

FCONT_M
AVSCLK

AVSDATA
VDD3.3
(SYSCOM)
220
220
220

100

220
220

NM
R490 NM
R494
R504
R503
R502

R501

R497

R492

L401
NM
MODEL
R505

R495

R489

R487
R485

B,D,F
100k

100k

100k
C436

NM
NM
470p/50

A AVH-X2700BS/XNUC

R510
C419

47k
CCG1321-A
0.1u 50V
B AVH-X2700BT/XNEW5

R486 100k
C420 C AVH-X2700BT/XNUW5

C,E,G
0.01u/16

100k
D AVH-X2750BT/XNRC
100k

R484
R488
C421
E AVH-X2750BT/XNRD
1000p/50
MODEL2
F AVH-X2750BT/XNRI
R496

R493
R500
R499
100k
100k

MODEL3
10k

10k

G AVH-X2790BT/XNID B
MODEL4
UTESTIN

MODEL0

MODEL1
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109

D,E
R482 100k R483 100k
EVOLCK
EVOLDI
EVOLDO
NC
NC

AVSCK
AVSRST
AVSDATA

FCONT_M
BLEN
NC
NC

NC
NC

MODEL4
ASENBO
MODEL3
MODEL2
UTESTIN
NC

NC
REMIN
ASENS
BSENS

108
R480 R481 100k
107 100k
106 B,C,D,E B,F,G
R477 100k R478
105 100k R479 GERMUTE
MODEL1 104 R476 220 GERIRQ
GERIRQ
MODEL0 103 R475 220 GERRST
GERRST C418
GERTESTIN 102 R474 NM 220 G_PWM
G_PWM
GERMUTE 101 220 R473 MOTPWR
MOTPWR/NC
100 R472 C417 R_PWM
NM NM
R_PWM
99 220 MOT1
MOT1/NC
R471 C416
98 NM B_PWM
B_PWM
97 220 MOT0
C
MOT0/NC R506 C440
96 0 NM HIOUTCLK
HIOUTCLK R469 NM
95 R468
BLERR 47k BLERR
94 R491 NM R467 NM
FLAPLESS/NC
IC401 93
MN103LF15RXW VDD50
C415
92 1u/10
NC C414
91 0.1u/10
VSS
90
NC
89
NC
88
NC
87 CLKOUT
CLKOUT
86 R465
EVOLATEST
R464
85 47k 47k ILMSENS
ILMSENS R463
84 100k BGSENS0
BGSENS0
83 R462 PBSENS
PBSENS
82 TELMUTE
TELMUTE
R461 NM
81 LCDPW
LCDPW
80 TESTIN NM R460 DTVRST DTVRST
TESTIN
79 47k DTVTOSYS DTVTOSYS
SYNCSEL SYNCSEL
AMPPW R428 NM SYSTODTV SYSTODTV
BEEP VDCNT8
78
R427 NM
VDCNT8
BEEP
D
77 BEEP
VDCNT5
SYSPW VDCNT5
76 AMPPW
DDCCLK GUIDEON GUIDEON
WREMCONT2

R429
WREMCONT

75 BEEP RGBARI RGBARI


SYSTODTV
DTVTOSYS
HDPWR12
HDPWR33

NM
EV58CNT
DANTPW

DDCERR

74
DIMMER
TUNCLK

BLSYNC

R459 SYSPW SYSTONAV SYSTONAV


TUNON

VDD50

73 DDCCLK
VSS

NAVTOSYS NAVTOSYS
NC

NC
NC
NC

NC
NC
NC

NC

NC

NM R458
470 ASENBO ASENBO
R457

C413
8.2k

NM
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

MICSENSR MICSENSR
AEQAUXSW AEQAUXSW
SYNCSEL SYNCSEL
R453 100

WIREDAD1 WIREDAD1
WIREDAD0 WIREDAD0
A 15/16
R466
2.2k

C426

FCONT_M FCONT_M
NM
NM

470
R446

R442
R443
470

BLSYNC BLSYNC
DIMMER DIMMER
C410
0.1u/10
1u/10
C409

BLEN BLEN
BLERR BLERR
R444
R445
C441

NM

47k

COMDC COMDC E
NM
100k

TEMPSENS TEMPSENS
NM

R_PWM R_PWM
G_PWM G_PWM
C434

NM

GNDD B_PWM B_PWM

REMIN REMIN
WREMCONT2

KDT0 KDT0
WREMCONT
SYSTODTV
DTVTOSYS
HDPWR12
HDPWR33

EV58CNT

KDT1 KDT1
DANTPW

DDCERR
DIMMER
BLSYNC
TUNON

BLEND

RESET RESET
LCDPW LCDPW
H/OSW

MOT1
POS

MOT0

NM Ref.401-600
C411

0.1u/10
R456

VDD3.3
680

R454 47k
MOT6.5 SERVICE UNIT(MOTHER I/F)
R455 47k Consists of
VTL1126-A

MOTHER PCB
0
0

GNDD
L402

C412 NM
L404

L403

INTERFACE PCB F
R528
R527

CN403
GNDD CKS6095-A
H/OSW 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
MOT1
MOT0
GND

GND
GND
MOTV
MOTV
VDD
POS

A 5/16
AVH-X2700BS/XNUC
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10.6 MOTHER PCB (GERDA) (1/2 scale)

AVCC3.3

VDD1.13
A

VDD3.3
AVCC5

DDC3.3

GE1.13

GERTOSYS

BTTOSO
SOTOBT

CTL3
CPRST

GERSTBY

IRQ/INT
CP_SDA

GERMUTE

VENC_D7
VENC_D6
VENC_D5
VENC_D4
VENC_D3
VENC_D2
VENC_D1

A3

A4

A2
A5
A1
A6

A0
A7
CP_CLK

CHARGE
CPPW

GERIRQ
VENC_D0
CTF1786-A
L851
R685
SDRAM

R601
NM

CCG1321-A
ESMT 256Mbit(32MB)

DCH1201-A
0

10V
C662 NM
NM

10u 10V
C658

C657

C660

C661
IC851
C851 54

10u
1
VSS3
0.1u/10 2 VDD1 53

1000p/50

0.1u/50V
R851 DQ0 DQ15 R856
D0 C852 3 52 D15
VDDQ1 VSSQ4 GNDD
5 4 0.1u/10 4 51 5 4
D1 D14 R602
DQ1 DQ14

0
0
6 3 5 50 6 3
D2 D13

DCH1201-A
DQ2 DQ13 0

10u 10V

10u 10V
7 2 6 49 C857 7 2
D3 D12

C663
C656

C651

C665

R827
C664

R828
NM

NM
VSSQ1 VDDQ4

47k
47k
47k
8 1 8 1

NM
7 48 0.1u/10
100 DQ3 DQ12 100

R815
8 47
R852 DQ4 DQ11 R857
C853

R805
9 46

R806
R809
D4 D11

1000p/50

CCG1321-A
0.1u/50V
VDDQ2 VSSQ3
5 4 0.1u/10 10 45 5 4 D10
D5 GNDD
DQ5 DQ10
6 3 11 44 6 3
D6 D9
DQ6 DQ9
7 2 12 43 C856 7 2
D7 D8
VSSQ2 VDDQ3
8 1 13 42 0.1u/10 8 1

10k
100 DQ7 DQ8 100 R858 DQMLU
C854 14 41

NM
R861 100

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

0.1u/16
VDD2

0.1u/16
VSS2 120

C649

R814

C648

C646

C645

C644
DQMLL 8 1 0.1u/10 15 40

R800
R802
R803
L852
B
LDQM NC SDCLK
SDWE 7 2 16 39
WE UDQM VTL1128-A
SDCAS 6 17 38 C858 8p/50
3

NM

NM
NM
CAS CLK
R859 SDCKE

0.1u/10
SDRAS 5 4 18 37

R801
R808
R817

R816

C647
NM

NM

NM
RAS CKE

0
SDCS 8 1 19 36 180 R860 A12
A12

R810
R811
CS

R812
20 35 5 4 180 A11
BA0 7 2
BA0 A11
21 34 6 3
BA1 6 3 A9
BA1 A9
22 33 7 2
A10 5 4 A8
A10/AP A8
23 32 8 1
A0 8 1 A7

239
238
237

231
230
229
228
227
256
255
254

251
250
249
248
247
246
245
244
243
242
241
240

236
235
234
233
232

226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
217
216
215
252
253
A0 A7
24 31 5 4
A1 7 2 A6
A1 A6
6 3

VENC_D0
SOTOSYS

/SOCSTBY

CHARGE
25 30

CTL3
VDD33

VDD33

VDD33

MODEL(6.95inch:H 6.2inch:L)
BTTOSO
VSS

SOTOBT

VENC_D7
VENC_D6
VENC_D5
VENC_D4
VENC_D3
VENC_D2
VENC_D1
VDD11_I

SOCIRQ
VSS

VDD33
VSS
CPPW

VDD33
SOCMUTE

TCHIRQ
BTTSTMD
A3

A4

A2
A5
A1
A6

A0
A7
CP_SDA

VSS
FPEN

CPRST
CP_CLK
A2 6 3 A5
A2 A5 R603
26 29 7 2
A3 5 4 A4
A3 A4 47k
C855 27 28 8 1 R605 1
R853 180 VDD3 VSS1 R862 180 NC
R854 180 0.1u/10 R863 180 SYSTOGER 47k R604 NM 2
R855 180 M12L2561616A-5TG2S SYSTOSO
R606 3
HD_SCS
NM R607 0 4
HD_SCK
GNDD 0 R608 5
HD_SCS HD_SO
R609 0 6
HD_SCK HD_SI
47k 0 7
A 11/16 SOTOHD
HDTOSO
R652
NM
NM
R611
R610
0.1u/10 C601 8
9
VDD11_I
VSS
DTV_TX
R655 0 C602 10
0.1u/16 VDD33