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Please refer to the
MODIFICATION NOTICE.

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL JP E3 E2 E1 E1C EA E2R EUT

RCD-N8 P P
NETWORK CD RECIEVER

• The part list can be found in a separate file.See the part list in Excel format.

• For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

• Please use this service manual with referring to the operating instructions without fail.

• Some illustrations using in this service manual are slightly different from the actual set.

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Contents

ABOUT THIS MANUAL..............................................................3 ABOUT REPLACE THE MICROPROCESSOR


What you can do with this manual.............................................3 WITH A NEW ONE....................................................................40
Using Adobe Reader (Windows version)...................................4 VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE.............40
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...........................................................6 1. How to update by DISC .......................................................40
NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM..........................................7 2. How to update by DPMS......................................................43
NOTE FOR PARTS LIST............................................................7 TROUBLE SHOOTING.............................................................44
INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING 1. OLED dosen't light................................................................44
SEMI-CONDUCTORS AND OPTICAL UNIT..............................8 2. No Sound, Noise generated.................................................45
1. Ground for Human Body........................................................8 MEASURING METHOD AND WAVEFORMS...........................51
2. Ground for Workbench...........................................................8 1. MAIN PCB : TEST POINT....................................................51
SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................9 2. WAVEFORMS......................................................................53
DIMENSION..............................................................................10 BLOCK DIAGRAM....................................................................55
CAUTION IN SERVICING.........................................................11 POWER DIAGRAM...................................................................56
ABOUT REPLACE THE WLAN MODULE WIRING DIAGRAM...................................................................57
WITH A NEW ONE...................................................................11 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS....................................................58
Initializing NETWORK CD RECEIVER ...................................12 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (1/6)................................................61
Service tools.............................................................................12 MAIN CPU BLOCK..................................................................61
Note Handling and Replacement of the Laser pick-up........13 NETWORK CPU BLOCK.........................................................62
1. Protection of the LD..............................................................13 CD BLCK..................................................................................63
2. Precautions when handling the laser CD mechanism..........13 AMP BLOCK............................................................................64
3. Cautions on assembling and adjustment.............................13 USB/CNT/DISPLAY BLOCK....................................................65
4. Determining whether the laser pick-up is defective..............13 SMPS.......................................................................................66
DISASSEMBLY.........................................................................14 EXPLODED VIEW.....................................................................67
1. TOP COVER........................................................................16 EXPLODED VIEW OF CD MECHANISM UNIT........................68
2. CD MECHA ASSY................................................................17 PARTS LIST OF EXPLODED VIEW.........................................69
3. FRONT PANEL ASSY..........................................................18
PARTS LIST OF CD MECHANISM UNIT.................................70
4. NETWORK PCB ASSY........................................................20
PACKING VIEW........................................................................71
5. SMPS PCB ASSY................................................................21
6. MAIN PCB ASSY..................................................................23 PARTS LIST OF PACKING & ACCESSORIES .......................72
SPECIAL MODE.......................................................................25 SEMICONDUCTORS................................................................73
Special mode setting................................................................25 1. IC's.......................................................................................73
1. Initialization mode (Factory Reset).......................................26 2. DISPLAY...............................................................................95
2. Initialization mode (User Reset)...........................................27 PARTS LIST OF P.C.B. UNIT...................................................96
3. Version display.....................................................................27
4. CD test mode.......................................................................29
5. CD heat run mode................................................................32
6. Product Mode 1....................................................................34
7. Product Mode 2....................................................................34
8. Protection history display mode...........................................34
9. Update mode (by disc).........................................................36
10. DPMS UP date mode.........................................................37
11. MAC Address rewrite mode................................................39
12. Access to development server mode.................................39

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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
Read the following information before using the service manual.

What you can do with this manual

Search for a Ref. No. (phrase) Jump to the target of a schematic diagram
(Ctrl+Shift+F) connector

You can use the search function in Acrobat Reader to


Click the Ref. No. of the target connector in the red box
search for a Ref. No. in schematic diagrams, printed
wiring board diagrams, block diagrams, and parts lists. around a schematic diagram connector.
• The screen jumps to the target connector.
1.Press Ctrl+Shift+F on the keyboard.
• The Search window appears.

Shift

Ctrl

2.Enter the Ref. No. you want to search for in the


Search window, and then click the Search button.
• A list of search results appears.

• Page magnification stays the same as before the


jump.

3.Click an item on the list.


• The screen jumps to the page for that item, and
the search phrase is displayed.

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Using Adobe Reader (Windows version)

Add notes to this data (Sign) Magnify schematic / printed wiring board
The Sign function lets you add notes to the data in this diagrams - 1
manual. (Ctrl+Space, mouse operation)
Save the file once you have finished adding notes.
[Example using Adobe Reader 9,X]
Press Ctrl+Space on the keyboard and drag the
[Example using Adobe Reader X]
mouse to select the area you want to view.
On the "View" menu, click "Sign".
• The selected area is magnified.
• The Sign pane appears.

Ctrl Space

• When you want to move the area shown, hold down


Space and drag the mouse.
[Example using Adobe Reader 9]
• When you want to show a full page view, press
On the "Document" menu, click "Sign".
Ctrl+0 on the keyboard.

Print a magnified part of the manual


The Properties dialog box and functions will vary depending on your printer.

1. Drag the mouse to magnify the part you want to print.

2. On the "File" menu, click "Print".

3. Configure the following settings in the Print dialog box.

• Properties
Click this button and check that the printer is set to a
suitable paper size.
• Page to print
Select the following checkbox.
"More Options" : "Current View"
• Page Sizing & Handling
Select the following checkbox.
"Size" / "Size Options" : "Fit"

4. Click the Print button to start printing.

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Magnify schematic / printed wiring board Magnify schematic / printed wiring board
diagrams - 2 diagrams - 3
(Pan & Zoom function) (Loupe Tool function)
The Pan & Zoom function lets you see which part of a The Loupe Tool function lets you magnify a specific
magnified diagram is being shown in a separate window. part of a diagram in a separate window.

[Example using Adobe Reader X] [Example using Adobe Reader X]


On the "View" menu, point to "Zoom", and then click On the "View" menu, point to "Zoom", and then click
"Pan & Zoom". "Loupe Tool".

• The Pan & Zoom window appears on the screen. • The Loupe Tool window appears on the screen.

[Example using Adobe Reader 9] [Example using Adobe Reader 9]


On the "Tools" menu, point to "Select & Zoom", and On the "Tools" menu, point to "Select & Zoom", and
then click "Pan & Zoom Window". then click "Loupe Tool Window".

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following items should be checked for continued protection of the customer and the service technician.

leakage current check


Before returning the set to the customer, be sure to carry out either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis
resistance check. If the leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the
power cord is less than 460 kohms, the set is defective.
Be sure to test for leakage current with the AC plug in both polarities, in addition, when the set's power is in each state (on,
off and standby mode), if applicable.

caution Please heed the following cautions and instructions during servicing and
inspection.
◎◎ Heed the cautions! ◎◎ Make a safety check after servicing!
Cautions which are delicate in particular for servicing Check that all screws, parts and wires removed or
are labeled on the cabinets, the parts and the chassis, disconnected when servicing have been put back in
etc. Be sure to heed these cautions and the cautions their original positions, check that no serviced parts
described in the handling instructions. have deteriorate the area around. Then make an
insulation check on the external metal connectors and
◎◎ Cautions concerning electric shock!
between the blades of the power plug, and otherwise
(1) An AC voltage is impressed on this set, so if
check that safety is ensured.
you touch internal metal parts when the set is
energized, you may get an electric shock. Avoid (Insulation check procedure)
getting an electric shock, by using an isolating Unplug the power cord from the power outlet,
transformer and wearing gloves when servicing disconnect the antenna, plugs, etc., and on the power.
while the set is energized, or by unplugging the Using a 500V insulation resistance tester, check that
power cord when replacing parts, for example. the insulation resistance value between the inplug and
(2) There are high voltage parts inside. Handle with the externally exposed metal parts (antenna terminal,
extra care when the set is energized. headphones terminal, input terminal, etc.) is 1MΩ or
greater. If it is less, the set must be inspected and
◎◎ Caution concerning disassembly and
repaired.
assembly!
Through great care is taken when parts were
manufactured from sheet metal, there may be burrs caution Concerning important safety
on the edges of parts. The burrs could cause injury if
fingers are moved across them in some rare cases.
parts
Wear gloves to protect your hands. Many of the electric and the structural parts used in
◎◎ Use only designated parts! the set have special safety properties. In most cases
The set's parts have specific safety properties (fire these properties are difficult to distinguish by sight, and
resistance, voltage resistance, etc.). Be sure to use the use of replacement parts with higher ratings (rated
parts which have the same properties for replacement. power and withstand voltage) does not necessarily
The burrs have the same properties. In particular, for guarantee that safety performance will be preserved.
the important safety parts that are indicated by the z Parts with safety properties are indicated as shown
mark on schematic diagrams and parts lists, be sure to below on the wiring diagrams and the parts list in this
use the designated parts. service manual. Be sure to replace them with the parts
which have the designated part number.
◎◎ Be sure to mount parts and arrange the wires
as they were originally placed! (1) Schematic diagrams........Indicated by the z mark.
For safety seasons, some parts use tapes, tubes or (2) Parts lists........Indicated by the z mark.
other insulating materials, and some parts are mounted The use of parts other than the
designated parts could cause electric
away from the surface of printed circuit boards.
shocks, fires or other dangerous
Care is also taken with the positions of the wires by
situations.
arranging them and using clamps to keep them away
from heating and high voltage parts, so be sure to set
everything back as it was originally placed.

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NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
WARNING:
Parts indicated by the z mark have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.
CAUTION:
Before returning the set to the customer, be sure to carry out either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis resistance check. If
the leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the power cord is less than 460 kohms, the set
is defective.
WARNING:
DO NOT return the set to the customer unless the problem is identified and remedied.
NOTICE:
ALL RESISTANCE
NOTE FORVALUES
PARTS IN OHM.
LISTk=1,000 OHM / M=1,000,000 OHM
ALL CAPACITANCE VALUES ARE EXPRESSED IN MICRO FARAD, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. P INDICATES MICRO-MICRO
FARAD. EACH VOLTAGE AND CURRENT ARE MEASURED AT NO SIGNAL INPUT CONDITION. CIRCUIT AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT
TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

NOTE FOR PARTS LIST


1. Parts indicated by "nsp" on this table cannot be supplied.
2. When ordering a part, make a clear distinction between "1" and "I" (i) to avoid mis-supplying.
3. A part ordered without specifying its part number can not be supplied.
4. Part indicated by "★" mark is not illustrated in the exploded view.
5. General-purpose Carbon Film Resistor in the P.W.Board parts list. (Refer to the Schematic Diagram for those parts.)
6. General-purpose Carbon Chip Resistors are not included are not included in the P.W.Board parts list.
(Refer to the Schematic Diagram for those parts.)
WARNING: Parts indicated by the z mark have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.
● Resistors
Ex.: RN 14K 2E 182 G FR
Type Shape Power Resist- Allowable Others
and per- ance error
formance

RD : Carbon 2B : 1/8 W F : ±1% P : Pulse-resistant type


RC : Composition 2E : 1/4 W G : ±2% NL : Low noise type
RS : Metal oxide film 2H : 1/2 W J : ±5% NB : Non-burning type
RW: winding 3A : 1 W K : ±10% FR : Fuse-resistor
RN : Metal film 3D : 2 W M : ±20% F : Lead wire forming
RK : Metal mixture 3F : 3 W
3H : 5 W
* Resistance
1 8 2 1800ohm=1.8kohm
Indicates number of zeros after effective number.
2-digit effective number.
1 R 2 1.2ohm
1-digit effective number.
2-digit effective number, decimal point indicated by R.
: Units: ohm
● Capacitors
Ex.: CE 04W 1H 3R2 M BP
Type Shape Dielectric Capacity Allowable Others
and per- strength error
formance

CE : Aluminum foil 0J : 6.3 V F : ±1% HS : High stability type


electrolytic 1A : 10 V G : ±2% BP : Non-polar type
CA : Aluminium solid 1C : 16 V J : ±5% HR : Ripple-resistant type
electrolytic 1E : 25 V K : ±10% DL : For change and discharge
CS : Tantalum electrolytic 1V : 35 V M : ±20% HF : For assuring high frequency
CQ : Film 1H : 50 V Z : ±80% U : UL part
CK : Ceramic 2A : 100 V : - 20% C : CSA part
CC : Ceramic 2B : 125 V P : +100% W : UL-CSA part
CP : Oil 2C : 160 V C : ±0.25pF F : Lead wire forming
CM: Mica 2D : 200 V D : ±0.5pF
CF : Metallized 2E : 250 V = : Others
CH : Metallized 2H : 500 V
2J : 630 V

* Capacity (electrolyte only)


2 2 2 2200μF 2 R 2 2.2μF
Indicates number of zeros after effective number. 1-digit effective number.
2-digit effective number. 2-digit effective number, decimal point indicated by R
・ Units:μF. ・ Units:μF.
* Capacity (except electrolyte)

2 2 2 2200pF=0.0022μF 2 2 1 220pF
Indicates number of zeros after effective number. (More than 2) Indicates number of zeros after effective number. (0 or 1)
2-digit effective number. 2-digit effective number.
・ Units:pF ・ Units:pF
・ When the dielectric strength is indicated in AC,"AC" is included after the dielectric strength value.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING SEMI-CONDUCTORS AND OPTICAL UNIT
Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors or optical pickup may occur due to a potential difference caused by
electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.

1. Ground for Human Body


Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 MΩ) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may be
charged on the body.

2. Ground for Workbench


Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate with proper grounding (1 MΩ) on the workbench or other surface,
where the semi-conductors are to be placed. Because the static electricity charge on clothing will not escape through
the body grounding band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing

<Incorrect> <Correct> Grounding Band

1MΩ

CBA
CBA

1MΩ
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate

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SPECIFICATIONS
nn CD player nn Wireless LAN
• Audio performance Network type (wireless LAN standards):
S/N ratio (1 kHz) 100 dB Conforming to IEEE 802.11b
Dynamic range (1 kHz) 100 dB Conforming to IEEE 802.11g
Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz) 0.01 % (Conforming to Wi-Fi®)z
Transfer rate:
DS-SS: 11 / 5.5 / 1 Mbps (Automatic switching)
nn Audio AMP OFDM: 54 / 48 / 36 / 24 / 18 / 12 / 9 / 6 Mbps (Automatic switching)
Rated output 2-channel driving Security:
65 W + 65 W (4 Ω/ohms, SSID (Network name)
1 kHz, T.H.D. 0.7 %) WEP key (network key) (64/128 bits)
Dynamic power 80 W + 80 W (4 Ω/ohms) WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES)
Output terminals: Speaker 4 – 16 Ω WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
Suited for headphones/ Used frequency range:
stereo headphones 2,412 MHz – 2,472 MHz
Input sensitivity/impedance AUX: 200 mV/22 kΩ No. of channels:
Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 5 W, 8 Ω) AUX: 0.05 % Conforming to IEEE 802.11b : 13ch (DS-SS) (Of which 1 channel used)
S/N ratio (10 W, 8 Ω, IHF-A) AUX: 86 dB Conforming to IEEE 802.11g : 13ch (OFDM) (Of which 1 channel used)
Tone control: SDB : 100 Hz +8 dB
BASS : 100 Hz ± 10 dB
TREBLE : 10 kHz ± 10 dB nn Clock/Alarm
Frequency response: 10 Hz ~ 40 kHz Clock type:
(+0.5 dB, –3 dB) Power line frequency synchronized method
(SOURCE DIRECT: ON) (Within ±60 seconds per month)
Alarm:
nn Tuner Everyday alarm / Once alarm : One system each
Sleep timer : Max. 90 minutes
Reception frequency range: FM : 87.50 MHz – 108.00
MHz nn Power supply
Reception sensitivity: FM : 1.2 μV / 75 Ω Power supply voltage/frequency AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
FM channel separation: 30 dB (1 kHz) Power consumption 55 W
FM S/N ratio: Monaural : 74 dB Power consumption in standby mode 0.3 W
Stereo : 70 dB Power consumption in
FM harmonic distortion: Monaural : 0.3 % “Network Control” – “On” mode: 3W
Stereo : 0.4 %
zz Wi-Fi® conformity indicates tested and proven interoperability
by the “Wi-Fi Alliance”, a group certifying interoperability among
wireless LAN devices.
• For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are
subject to change without notice.

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35.0
DIMENSION

210.0
280.0

30.0
35.0
4.0 108.0 2.0 299.0
112.0 301.0

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36.0 218.0 45.0
CAUTION IN SERVICING
ABOUT REPLACE THE WLAN MODULE WITH A NEW ONE
When replaced of this Unit WLAN MODULE (E2 : 963189100410D) (JP : 963189100420D),
confirm contents of the following.
(1) Replace the WLAN MODULE with the (E2 : 963189100410D)(JP : 963189100420D)(MAC Address was written).
(2) The firmware is updated by DPMS. Refer to [ VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE "2. How to
update by DPMS" ] (page 41) for the details of the Version up.
(3) MAC Address Label pasted to Bottom is pasted to Mac Address Label (GEN8341; MAC ADDRESS SUB ASSY) of
exchanged WLAN MODULE and it substitutes it.

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Initializing NETWORK CD RECEIVER
NETWORK RECEIVER initialization should be performed when the μ-com, peripheral parts of μ-com, and Digital PCB.
are replaced.

1. Turn off the power using ON/STANDBY button, unplug the power cord.
2. Plug the power cord into a power outlet while pressing VOLUMEd and CURSORi button simultaneously.
(Factory Reset)
3. Turn off the power using ON/STANDBY button, unplug the power cord.
4. Plug the power cord into a power outlet while pressing VOLUMEd and f button simultaneously.
(User Reset)

Note:
•A
 ll user settings will be lost and this factory setting will be recovered when this initialization mode. So
make sure to memorize your setting for restoring after the initialization.

CURSORi

VOLUMEd/f

Service tools
Measuring Disc: CD/TCD-784
CD-R/TCD-R082W
CD-RW/TCD-W082W
z Refer to "MEASURING METHOD AND WAVEFORMS".

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Note Handling and Replacement of the Laser pick-up
1. Protection of the LD
Short a part of the LD circuit by soldering. After connection to a circuit, remove the short solder.

2. Precautions when handling the laser CD mechanism


• Handle the laser pick-up so that it is not exposed to dust.
• Do not leave the laser pick-up bare. Be sure to cover it.
• If dust adheres on lens of the pick-up, blow it off with a blower brush.
• Do not shock the laser pick-up.
• Do not watch the light of the laser pick-up.

3. Cautions on assembling and adjustment


• Be sure that to the bench, jig, head of soldering iron (with ceramic) and measuring instruments are well grounded.
• Workers who handle the laser pick-up must be grounded.
• The finished mechanism (prior to anchoring in the set) should be protected against static electricity and dust.
The mechanism must be stored that damaging outside forces are not received.
• When carrying the finished mechanism, hold it by the chassis body
• For proper operation, storage and operating environment should not contain corrosive gases. For example H2S, SO2,
NO2, CI2 etc. In addition storage environment should not have materials that emit corrosive gases especially from
silicic, cyanic, formalin and phenol group. I the mechanism or the set, existence of corrosive gases may cause no
rotation in motor.

4. Determining whether the laser pick-up is defective


• Check the Iop(Laser drive current). Check lop in "SPECIAL Mode". (Refer to 23 page.)
• If the present Iop (current) value becomes more than 50mA, replace the Traverse unit with a new one.
• No mechanical adjustment is necessary after the replacement.

Protective soldering place for laser diode.

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DISASSEMBLY
• Disassemble in order of the arrow in the following figure.
• In the case of the re-assembling, assemble it in order of the reverse of the following flow.
• In the case of the reassembling, observe "Caution concerning disassembly and assembly!".
• If wire bundles are untied or moved to perform adjustment or replace parts etc., be sure to rearrange them neatly as
they were originally bundled or placed afterward.
Otherwise, incorrect arrangement can be a cause of noise generation.

CAUTION:
Through great care is taken when manufacturing parts from sheet metal, there may in some rare cases be burrs on the
edges of top cover which could cause injury if fingers are moved across them. Use gloves to protect your hands.

SIDE PANEL

TOP COVER
Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
1. TOP COVER"
and "EXPLODED VIEW"
TOP COVER
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 21)

CD MECHA ASSY FRONT PANEL ASSY


Refer to "DISASSEMBLY Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
2. CD MECHA ASSY" 3. FRONT PANEL ASSY"
and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
CD MECHA ASSY FRONT PANEL ASSY
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 10) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : 2)

NETWORK PCB ASSY SMPS PCB ASSY


Refer to "DISASSEMBLY Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
4. NETWORK PCB ASSY" 4. SMPS PCB ASSY"
and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
NETWORK PCB ASSY SMPS PCB ASSY
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : P5) (Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : P6)

MAIN PCB ASSY


Refer to "DISASSEMBLY
2. MAIN PCB ASSY"
and "EXPLODED VIEW"
MAIN PCB ASSY
(Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW : P2)

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About the photos used for "descriptions of the DISASSEMBLY" section
• The shooting direction of each photograph used herein is indicated on the left side of the respective photograph as
"Shooting direction: ***". (*** : A,B,C,D)
• Refer to the diagram below about the shooting direction of each photograph.
• Photographs with no shooting direction indicated were taken from the top of the set.
• The photograph is RCD-N8(E2) model.

The viewpoint of each photograph


(Shooting direction)
Shooting direction: B

[View from the top]


Front side

Shooting direction: C Shooting direction: D

Shooting direction: A

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1. TOP COVER
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER

(1) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: C

Shooting direction: D

(2) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: A

(3) Remove the connector wire.

Shooting direction: A

CP303

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2. CD MECHA ASSY
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER → CD MECHA ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

(2) Laser short-circuit in Pick-up of CD MECHANISM ASS'Y, then disconnect the connector wires and FFC cable.
Be sure to wear a grounding band.
Soldering place FFC

Shooting direction: A

(3) Remove the connector wire.

Shooting direction: C

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3. FRONT PANEL ASSY
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER → FRONT PANEL ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

View from the bottom

(2) Cut the clamp bands, remove the connector wire and FFC.

CP301

CON2
CON1

Shooting direction: D

CP104 Cut CN401

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(3) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: C Shooting direction: D

Please refer to "EXPLODED VIEW" for the disassembly method of FRONT PANEL ASSY.

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4. NETWORK PCB ASSY
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER → CD MECHA ASSY → FRONT PANEL ASSY
→ NETWORK PCB ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: A

(2) Remove the screws.

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5. SMPS PCB ASSY
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER → CD MECHA ASSY → FRONT PANEL ASSY
→ SMPC PCB ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

View from the bottom

(2) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: C

CN221 CN222

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(3) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: C

(4) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: A

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6. MAIN PCB ASSY
Proceeding : SIDE PANEL → TOP COVER → CD MECHA ASSY
→ FRONT PANEL ASSY → NETWORK PCB ASSY → MAIN PCB ASSY

(1) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: A

(2) Remove the screws.

View from the bottom

(3) Remove the SUPPORT MECHA.


SUPPORT MECHA

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(4) Remove the screws, remove the connector wires.

Shooting direction: C

CN221 CN222

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SPECIAL MODE
Special mode setting
Plug AC cord into power outlet while pressing buttons A and B.
Each button continue to press until the lit of ON/STANDBY.
No. Mode Button A Button B Contents

CURSOR Initializing. Factory Reset


1 Initialization mode (Factory Reset) VOLUME UP
DOWN *Can't erase the Recently Played list
VOLUME Initializing. (Contents User's Guide is published)
2 Initialization mode ( User Reset) VOLUME UP
DOWN Can erase the Recently Played list
3 Version display CURSOR UP - Version Display
ON/ OPEN/
4 CD test mode Servo adjustment, Leaser current, ON time
STANDBY CLOSE
ON/
5 Heat Run mode SOURCE Heat run
STANDBY
CURSOR
6 Product mode 1 VOLUME UP Factory use.
RIGHT
CURSOR
7 Product mode 2 VOLUME UP Factory use.
LEFT
CURSOR VOLUME
8 Protection history mode To view a history of only one of the most recent protection.
RIGHT DOWN
VOLUME
9 Update mode (by disc) CURSOR UP Development/Factory use. The details cannot be disclosed.
DOWN
OPEN/
10 DPMS forced up date mode SOURCE DPMS UP date Mode
CLOSE
CURSOR
11 MAC Address rewrite mode PLAY/ PAUSE Development/Factory use. The details cannot be disclosed.
DOWN
CURSOR
12 Access to development server mode PLAY/ PAUSE Development/Factory use. The details cannot be disclosed.
DOWN

POWER 5 CURSORuiop

SOURCE VOLUME f VOLUMEd

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1. Initialization mode (Factory Reset)
Backup data initialization is carried out. Refer to Initialization Items (Default setting).
After initialization, move on to normal mode.

CAUTION
Version information (such as rewriting failed log) Clear.
Clear the history of protection. "Initial value of laser current" and "The accumulated laser on time" not cleared.
Power failure flag is not cleared.
Can't erase the Recently Played list.

Startup display
All lights display(2 seconds) & Power LED(White) lighting (2 seconds).

All off display(2 seconds) & Power LED(Red/Green) lighting (2 seconds).

"Factory Reset" displayed for 5 seconds.

Initialization Items (Default setting)


Default
source Internet Radio
TUNER(band) FM
SDB OFF
BASS 0 dB
TREBLE 0 dB
BALANCE CENTER
DIMMER 100%
VOLUME 5
TUNER Preset (Favorite list) Clear all
Favorite list Clear all
Clock 00:00 (JP/EU)
TIMER (EVERYDAY/ONCE) Timer function CD
ON TIME 0:00 (JP/EU)
OFF TIME 0:00
Speaker Optimization ON
iPod mode Remote mode
AUTO STANDBY ON (EU), OFF (JP)
Protection 履歴 NO PROTECT
Auto Adjust Time Zone:+1h (EU),+9h (JP)
Summer Time:Off (0h)
Network 設定 DHCP (On)
Network Control OFF

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2. Initialization mode (User Reset)
Backup data initialization is carried out. Refer to Initialization Items (Default setting).
After initialization, move on to normal mode.

CAUTION
The difference is the following three points.
• Version information (such as rewriting failed log) not cleared.
• History of protection not cleared.
• Can erase the Recently Played list.

Startup display
"Initialized" displayed for 5 seconds.

3. Version display
Menu items appear in the Add Version. Otherwise, normal operation.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

Startup display
"Version" displayed for 5 seconds.

How to Display Version


Press SOURCE and Cursor u , Cursor i to select the Setup. Press 1/3 ENTER button.

Favorite USB Analog In 2

Internet Radio CD Portable Inz

Music Server FM Setup

Last.fm Digital In Menu

iPod Analog In 1

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Select the "Version" in the "Setup".

Press 1/3 ENTER button

The version of the System u-com.

Press Cursor i

The version of the boot loader System u-com.

Press Cursor i

The version of the boot loader Network u-com.

Press Cursor i

The version of the image Network u-com.

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4. CD test mode
Startup display
"CD Test Mode" displayed for 5 seconds.

CD TEST MODE display

To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

4.1. Before starting the test


Open the tray and set the disc.
Even if the disc is, the tray must let OPEN → CLOSE.

4.2. Servo check


Press 1/ 3 ENTER button. Execute the following steps.
* 1/ 3 ENTER button continuously for over 1 second to switch directly to SUB CODE readout in step t. Press the
SOURCE button to return to "0 CD TEST MODE".

1/3 ENTER button

q LD ON

1/3 ENTER button

w FOCUS ON

1/3 ENTER button

e CLV ON

1/3 ENTER button

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r TRACKING ON

1/3 ENTER button

t SUB CODE readout (playback sound output)


The BER (Block Error Rate) generated in 1second's time is displayed of the display.

Cursor o button Cursor p button

Cursor o button Cursor p button

Inner (IN), Ataru Amane (MID), outer (OUT) to play go to three places, make the error count.

4.3. Pickup movement


In the stop mode, pickup moves in FWD (outwards) or REV (inwards) direction when Cursor p or Cursor o button
pressed.
Pickup movement stops when button released.(Pickup moves while button is pressed.)
When Cursor o button pressed, move to stop operation after detection that inner switch has turned on.

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4.4. All servo on and Auto Adjustment
When Cursor u button is pressed, all servos turn on, auto adjustment is performed and switch to playback operation.
(Playback sound output)
Stop (stop to the playback state after auto adjustment)
When SOURCE button is pressed, play operation and servo stop. The following will be displayed.
After stopping, conduct reading of auto adjust values.

Adjustment value display (After All Servo on and Auto Adjustment)


Press the SOURCE button, after All servo on and Auto Adjustment.
When Cursor u/i button is pressed, the adjustment values are displayed in the following order.
qFOCUS BALANCE
wFOCUS GAIN
eTRACKING BALANCE
rTRACKING GAIN
tFOCUS OFFSET
yTRACKING OFFSET
uRFRP
(Caution) If you have not completed the adjustment, the value is not correct.

4.5. All servo on and auto adjustment.


When VOLUME d button is pressed for over 1 second while the Unit is in the CD TEST MODE, the laser turns on and
the laser current is measured.

The laser drive current undergoes A/D conversion for calculation. The decimal point is omitted.
The current value is updated every 3 seconds.
Press the SOURCE button, CD TEST MODE display reappears.
Stored data is not cleared, even when the Unit is reset(Factory/User).

Overwriting the stored data


When the 1/ 3 ENTER button is pressed for over 5 seconds while the laser current is displayed, the current value is
stored in the EEPROM (overwriting the stored data).

Once rewriting is completed, the display in "Laser current display" reappears. Rewriting is performed upon shipment from
the factory and when the mechanism is replaced.

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4.6. Accumulated laser on time display
When the Volume f button is pressed while this Unit is in the "CD TEST MODE "displayed, the accumulated laser on
time is displayed.

The laser drive times are added and the result is displayed.
One count corresponds to 10 minutes. The accumulated laser on time is displayed in hours. Displays up to 10922 hours.
Press the SOURCE button, CD TEST MODE display reappears.
The count values are not cleared, even when the set is reset (Factory/User).

Count value is reset


When the 1/ 3 ENTER button is pressed for over 5 seconds while the accumulated laser on time is displayed, the count
value is reset.

Count value is reset upon shipment from the factory and when the mechanism is replaced.

5. CD heat run mode


Heat run mode Startup display
"Heatrun Mode" displayed for 5 seconds.

Press the Cursor u/i button to switch the mode. (H.R. Normal, H.R. Short, H.R. Chacking)
After loading the disc, press 1/ 3 ENTER button.
While heat run, the operation of each button is not valid If an error occurs, display the error and stop operation at that
point. Refer to Heat run error code table.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

5.1. Normal heat run mode


Playing from the first track to last track on disc. After disc playback has finished, then tray open and close. And playback
again.
The heat run repetition no. is incremented (increased by 1) when the tray is opened.
Repeat this operation.
[H.R. Normal] displayed.

Select "H.R.Normal", and press 1/ 3 ENTER button.


Press the Cursor u button to display the count.

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5.2. Heat run Short mode
Playing last track on disc. After disc playback has finished, then tray open and close. And playback again.
The heat run repetition no. is incremented (increased by 1) when the tray is opened.
Repeat this operation.
[H.R. Short] displayed.

Select "H.R.Short", and press 1/ 3 ENTER button.


Press the Cursor u button to display the count.

5.3. Heat run chacking mode


TOC read the CD, the first song disk search, open / closed later, and again read TOC.
The heat run repetition no. is incremented (increased by 1) when the tray is opened.
Repeat this operation.
[H.R. Chacking] displayed.

Select "H.R.Chacking", and press 1/ 3 ENTER button.


Press the Cursor u button to display the count.

5.4. Error display


Press the Cursor u/i to display the error information.

Heat run error code table


Error Code Details of Error code
E1-00 Disc cannot be detected
E1-01 Tracking offset adjustment not possible
E1-02 Focus offset adjustment not possible
E2-00 Focus servo dropped during playback.
E2-01 Focus servo dropped during searching.
E2-03 Focus servo dropped during TOC reading.
E2-05 Focus servo dropped during manual search.
E2-10 Subcode can no longer be read during playback
E2-11 Subcode can no longer be read during searching
E2-12 Subcode can no longer be read during TOC reading
E2-14 Subcode cannot be read during pause
E2-15 Subcode cannot be read during manual search
E3-00 TOC could not be read within specified time
E3-01 PVD/SVD analysis could not be completed within specified time
E4-04 Search time out (The search was not completed within the stipulated time)
E4-05 Decoder bus error (Error in communications with CD decoder)
E5-00 Inner switch not on
E6-00 Inner switch not off
E8-00 Tray is not opened by the specified time.
E8-01 Tray is not closed by the specified time.
E9-00 CD Microprocessor error
E9-01 Other error

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6. Product Mode 1
Startup display
"Product Mode1" displayed for 5 seconds.

To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

7. Product Mode 2
Startup display
"Product Mode2" displayed for 5 seconds.

Tested during production to perform the following settings automatically.


Sleep setting : 4 minutes
Auto Standby :4 minutes
Sleep setting and timer started.
Auto Standby to set up and will stand under the following conditions.
Auto Standby Conditions
CD : No Disc, Tray Open, Unsupported Disc or continue no operation and Stop state.
USB/iPod : No Connection or Unsupported Disc or continue no operation and Stop state.
Network : No Connection or Unsupported Disc or continue no operation and Stop state.
DIGITAL IN : No Input(unlock). And continue no operation.
Portable In : No Input (no connection of terminal). And continue no operation.
ANALOG IN : Continue no operation.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

8. Protection history display mode


Startup display
"Detect Protection" displayed for 5 seconds.

To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.


Protection history display mode

Thermal protection

Speaker short protection

Potential difference across the terminal detects that the speaker was more than DC9V.

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DC protect 2

Short of '+B/-B+12V_D or +12V_Aor -12V_A or +29V fail'

Over current

Over-current detection digital amplifier

Protection history is reset.


When the Cursor u button is pressed for over 5 seconds while the protection history is displayed, the count value is
reset.

After the reset is complete, the display "No Protection".

Protection history is not cleared, even when the set is reset User Reset.

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9. Update mode (by disc)
Firmware update disc by.
When you replace this Unit‘s WLAN MODULE (CX870), you need software updates.
Refer to [ VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE "1. How to update by disc" ].
Upgrade by DPMS. This mode describes a display only.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

Startup display
"Disc Update Mode" displayed for 5 seconds.

The tray will open.

Insert disc.

The following states are displayed.

Display update file.

Updating display.

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Error code table with disk version up
Error Code Details of Error code
01 Tray Open/Close failure
02 No Disc
03 Disc error(TOC not read )
04 No update file
05 Update file read error
10 Update file check sum error
11 Erase failure
12 Write failure
13 Verify uncorrect
20 Update file check sum error
21 Erase failure
22 Write failure
23 Verify uncorrect
24 Communication error
30 Update failure check sum error
31 Erase failure
32 Writef failure
33 Verify failure
34 Communication error
B2 DM8x0 firmware rewrite error information received

10. DPMS UP date mode


Update the firmware of DPMS.
Refer to [ VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE "2. How to update by DPMS" ].

Error code table


• Preparation operation rewritten, Update error code checking. (Check ETHERNET unit)
Error Code Details of Error code Coping strategies
01 Login failed(DPMS Access Login Incorrect notification) Reset and update again. Carry out the update in an environment
that has little network load.
02 Login failed(DPMS Access Server Busy information) Carry out the update in an environment that has little network
load.
03 Login failed(DPMS Access link failure information) Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
04 Firm Info response acquisition error recived Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
05 Firm Info response acquisition TimeOut Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
06 All Firm Info response acquisition error recived Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
07 All Firm Info response acquisitionTimeOut Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
08 Main Firm Info response acquisition error recived Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
09 Main Firm Info response acquisition TimeOut Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
0A DownLoad failed ((NG)information recieved) Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
0B DownLoad failed((ServerBusy) information recieved) Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
0C DownLoad failed((connection failed)information Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
recived) environment that has little network load.

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• Firm error codes at the main microprocessor rewritten. (Check main microprocessor)
Error Code Details of Error code Coping strategies
10 Firm Info response acquisition TimeOut(Main rewrite Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
Firmware recived failure(TimeOut))
11 Firm Info response acquisition recived error(Main Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
rewrite Firmware recived failure(Error)
12 Firm Info response acquisition recived Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
error (Main rewirte Firmware recived data
incorrect(CheckSumError))
13 Rewrite failure (BlockErase failued before Main Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
rewriting )
14 Rewrite failure (BlockWrite failued before Main Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
rewriting)
15 Rewrite failure (Verify incorrect after Main rewriting) Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically.
36 Login failure(DPMSAccess Login incorrect infomation) Carry out the update in an environment that has little network
load.
37 Login failure(DPMSAccess Server busy infomation) Carry out the update in an environment that has little network
load.
38 Login failure(DPMSAccess connection failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
infomation) environment that has little network load.
39 Login failure(DPMSAccess access TimeOut) Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
3A DownLoad failure(Download error (NG)information Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
recieved) out the update in an environment that has little network load.
3B DownLoad failure(Download error (ServerBusy) Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
information recieved) out the update in an environment that has little network load.
3C DownLoad failure(Download error (connection failed) Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
information recived) out the update in an environment that has little network load.

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• CX870 system Firm error codes when rewriting. (Check ETHERNET unit)
Error Code Details of Error code Coping strategies
A0 Net not connected Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A1 Net Connection TimeOut can not get status Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A2 Login failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A3 Login failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A4 Login failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A6 Error receiving response FirmInfo acquisition Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.
A7 FirmInfo Get Response TimeOut Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.
A8 Net not connected Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
A9 Net Connection TimeOut can not get status Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
AA After download request, Login Failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
AB After download request, Login Failed Check the network connection. Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
AC After download request, Login Failed Check the network connection.Carry out the update in an
environment that has little network load.
AE Failure of DownLoad Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.
AF Failure of DownLoad Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.
B0 Failure of DownLoad Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.
B2 Update error Turn off and on the power. Updating starts automatically. Carry
out the update in an environment that has little network load.

Failure to update, After the move again CX870 self display retry processing.

11. MAC Address rewrite mode


Rewriting the MAC address mode.
Production / development for, there is no detailed description.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

12. Access to development server mode


Production / development for, there is no detailed description.
To exit this mode, unplug the power cord.

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ABOUT REPLACE THE MICROPROCESSOR WITH A NEW ONE
When replaced of the U-PRO (Microprocessor) or the Flash ROM, confirm contents of the following.
After
PWB Name Ref. No. Description Remark
replaced
MAIN IC403 R5F56108VNFP B
CX870-3B-D60
- 30 B
JUKEBOX NETWORK 24ANT 64M SDRAM NEW F/W

After replaced
A : Mask ROM (With software). No need write-in of software to the microprocessor.
B : Flash ROM (With software). Usually, no need write-in of software. But, when the software was updated, you should be
write-in of the new software to the microprocessor or flash ROM. Please check the software version.
C : Empty Flash ROM (Without software). You should be write-in of the software to the microprocessor or flash ROM.
Refer to "Update procedure" or "writing procedure", when you should be write-in the software.

VERSION UPGRADE PROCEDURE OF FIRMWARE


NOTE: When you replace the RCD-N8 WLAN MODULE (963189100420), you need software updates.
Refer to [CAUTION IN SERVICING "ABOUT REPLACE THE WLAN MODULE WITH A NEW ONE"].

1. How to update by DISC


1.1. Procedure of making CD-R
(1) Please download zipped file, and unzip on your PC.
For JP : RCDN8JP_xxxxxxxxxxxx-xxxx.zip

(2) The following 2-file will be appeared.


RCD-N8_SYS_000xxx.BIN
and
RCD-N8_BCI_CRNANM.BIN(E2)
or
RCD-N8_BCI_CRJPNM.BIN(JP)

(3) Please burn 2-file to CD-R with the following conditions.


q Multi Session:No
w File System:ISO9660+Joliet
e Mode: MODE1
r Writing speed: 8~16 speed (according ability of CD-R)
t Writing method: Disc at Once (Finalize(Close)

1.2. Procedure of updating


Pressing the VOLUMEf and 8 buttons for simultaneously, plug the AC cord into a power outlet.

(1) "Disc Update Mode" is indicated approximately 5 seconds.

(2) Open the Tray.

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(3) Please put CD-R on Tray, and press 5 button.

(4) After loading CD-R, version number of firmware will be indicated.

xxxxxx : Version number

(5) If there is no any firmware of updating, [xxxxxx="None"] will be indicated.


Please confirm version of each firmware by Cursor d / f buttons.

(6) Press "Enter" button, unit will update firmware automatically.


Display will be indicated procedure of updating firmware.
First line : Version of updating firmware/ a number of firmware
Second line : Rest time and progress of updating (….%)
Third line : Name of Microprocessor and Version
b While updating firmware, any buttons of R/C and Front panel are not worked.

---Order of updating---
q System microprocessor (approximately 5minits)
w Network microprocessor (Boot Loader) (approximately 5minits) Only If you need to update
e Network microprocessor (image) (approximately 30minits)

(7) After 35 minutes, unit will be updated completely, and open the tray automatically.

(8) Remove CD-R, and pull out AC cord from AC wall socket.

(9) Please initialize unit after updating.

q Please insert AC cord to AC wall socket while pressing Volumed button and Volumef button.
w After power LED is indicated, remove your finger.
e "Initialize" will be indicated 5 seconds.
r Pull out AC cord from AC wall socket.

(10) Updated unit completely.

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1.3. Trouble Shooting
If you find the following Error codes, please solve root cause of malfunction.
(1) If updating is failed, the following ERROR indication is displayed.

First line (Error number): "Updating fail: YY, n/N"YY: Error number
Second line (Time on error): "xx min yy%"
Third line (name of firmware)

Error code table


Error Code Details of Error code
q Error before updating
01 Tray Open/Close failure
02 No Disc
03 Disc error(TOC not read )
04 No update file
05 Update file read error
w Error at writing System Microprocessor
10 Update file check sum error
11 Erase failure
12 Write failure
13 Verify incorrect
e Error at writing Display Microprocessor
20 Update file check sum error
21 Erase failure
22 Write failure
23 Verify incorrect
24 Communication error
e Error at writing DM8x0
30 Update failure check sum error
31 Erase failure
32 Write failure
33 Verify incorrect
34 Communication error
B2 DM8x0 firmware rewrite error information received

1.4. Notice of updating firmware


(1) When unit is updating firmware on item "1.2. Procedure of updating (6)", do not turn off the power, or pull out AC
cord from AC wall socket.

(2) If power supply stop to supply microprocessor, unit will be broken.


q When AC cord is pulled while updating System firmware.
⇒ System microprocessor will be broken. Please replace it.
w When AC cord is pulled while updating Display firmware.
⇒ Display microprocessor will be broken. Please replace it.
e When AC cord is pulled while updating DM870Net (IMG) firmware.
⇒ Please update firmware by CD-R again.

(3) When updating is not finished (not 100%), but tray opens automatically over 35 minutes. Probably unit will be
updated firmware completely, therefore please confirm version of firmware. If no, please update again.

(4) After 45 minutes, try does not open or try does open with error indication, please update firmware of unit with CD-R
again.

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2. How to update by DPMS
2.1. Connecting to the Network
(1) System Requirement
・ Internet Connection by Broadband Circuit
・ Modem
・ Router
・ Ethernet cable (CAT-5 or greater recommended)
(2) Setting
Internet
Computer

Modem LAN port/


Ethernet
connector

To WAN port
Router
RCD-N7W

To LAN port
WLAN ANTENNA COAX.
NETWORK 75Ω

To LAN port ETHERNET


FM
AM
SUBWOOFER AUX OUT AUX IN 1 AUX IN 2 AUX IN 3

ETHERNET PREOUT

connector

2.2. Check for Update and Update


Check if the latest firmware exists. You can also check approximately how long it will take to complete an update.
(1) Turn on the power pressing ON/STANDBY button.
(2) Press SOURCE and Cursor u/i buttons select to Setup. Press 1/3 ENTER button.
・ Press Cursor u/i buttons select to General For UPDATE.
・ Press Cursor u/i buttons select to Firmware. Press 1/3 ENTER button.
・ Press Cursor u/i buttons select to Update. Press 1/3 ENTER button.
・ Press Cursor u/i buttons select to Check for Update. Press 1/3 ENTER button.
(3) Press the 1/3 ENTER button.
・ The latest version of the firmware uploaded to the web is displayed.
・ If the latest firmware version is on the web, proceed to (4).
・ If the latest firmware is already installed, press the SOURCE button to close the Update menu.
(4) Press 1/3 ENTER button. Select "YES", then press 1/3 ENTER button.
(5) Firmware Update will be started.
--- Cautions on Firmware Update ---
・ In order to use these functions, you must have the correct system requirements and settings for a broadband Internet
connection.
・ Do not turn off the power until updating is completed.
・ Even with a broadband connection to the Internet, approximately about 1 hour is required for the updating procedure
to be completed.
Once updating starts, normal operations on the RCD-N8 cannot be performed until updating is completed.
Also, setting items may be initialized.
Make a note of the settings before updating, and set them again after updating.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. OLED dosen't light

Check Power Supply Voltages for System µ-com. Check Soldering.


NG
MAIN B'D • [IC402] on MAIN B'D
• +5V_SMPS1 [CN408] : 9pin • [CN408] : 9pin
• +3.3V_CPU, [IC402] : 4pin • SMPS B'D

OK

Check Reset signal for Main μ-com.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC403] : 19pin RESET • [IC404],[IC403]
"H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Oscillation waveform.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC403] : 20pin • [RES401] on MAIN B'D
12MHz OK?

OK

Check Power Supply Voltages for OLED. Check Soldering.


MAIN B'D NG • [IC406] on MAIN B'D
• [CN408] : 7pin +18V_OLED • [CN401] on MAIN B'D
• [CN401] : 2pin +16V_OLED • [CN661] on DISPLAY B'D
• [CN401] : 1pin +3.3V_D1 • [CP661] on DISPLAY B'D

OK
Check Soldering.
Check Drive Signals for OLED. NG • [IC403] on MAIN B'D
DISPLAY B'D • [IC401] on MAIN B'D
• [CN661] : D0-D7,EL_RD,EL_RW,EL_DC,EL_CS,EL_RST • [CN661] on DISPLAY B'D
• OLED MODULE

END

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2. No Sound, Noise generated
2.1. COMMON

Check Power Supply Voltages for DIR.


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D NG
• [IC102] : IN : +12V_A / OUT : +5V_A
• [IC103] : 46pin +5V_A
• [IC401] : IN : +5V_SMPS1 / OUT : +3V3_D1
• [IC103] : 22,36,42pin +3V3_D1
• POWER B'D
O.K.?

OK

Check Power Supply Voltages for PWM CONTROLLER.AMP B'D.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC108] : 9,15,36,54pin • [R238,R239,R240] : +3V3_5508
VDD +3.3V OK?

OK

Check Power Supply Voltages for AMP IC.


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
NG • [R241,R242,R243] : +12V_5142
• [IC118] : 1,36,18,19pin
• [CN408] : 1pin : +12V_D
GVDD +12V OK?
• [CN101] : 1,2,3pin : +29V
• [IC118] : 21,26,29,34pin
• POWER B'D
PVDD +29V OK?

OK

Check Reset signal for DIR.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC103] : 34pin DIR_RESET • [IC403] : 68pin DIR_RESET on MAIN B'D
"H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Reset signal for PWM CONTROLLER.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC108] : 11pin RESET • [IC403] : 77pin 5508_RESET on MAIN B'D
"H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Reset signal for AMP IC.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC118] : 5,15pin VALID • [IC108] : 39pin VALID on MAIN B'D
"H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Oscillation waveform.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC103] : 40pin TXO • [XTAL101] on MAIN B'D
24.576MHz OK?

OK

Check Oscillation waveform.


MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
NG
• [IC108] : 19pin XTL_O • [XTAL102] on MAIN B'D
13.5MHz OK?
• [IC108] : 63pin MCLK • [IC41] : 17pin 5508_MCLK on MAIN B'D
MCLK OK?

OK

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Check control signal for DIR.
NG Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC403] : 86,87,88,89pin
• [IC103] : 23,24,25,26pin
DIR_D0,DIR_DI,DIR_CL,DIR_CE
DIR_D0,DIR_DI,DIR_CL,DIR_CE

OK

Check control signal for PWM CONTROLLER.


MAIN B'D
Check Soldering.
• [IC108] : 24,25pin NG
• [IC403] : 82,83pin
5508_SDA, 5508_SCL
5508_SDA, 5508_SCL on MAIN B'D
• [IC108] : 13,14pin
• [IC108] : 13,14pin PDN,MUTE on MAIN B'D
PDN,MUTE
"H" level O.K.?

END

2.2. CD PLAY BACK

Check Power Supply Voltages for CD


MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
NG
• [CN408] : 1pin : +12V_D • MAIN B'D [CN408]
• [IC282] : IN +12V_D / OUT : +7V5_D1 [IC282],[IC104]
• [CN408] : 9pin +5V_SMPS1 • SMPS B'D
• [IC104] : IN +5V_SMPS1 / OUT : 3V3_D1

OK

Check Power Supply Voltages for CD NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC901] on MAIN B'D
• +1.5VD [IC901] : 2pin 1.5V OK?

OK

Check Reset signal for CD.


MAIN B'D NG
Check Soldering.
• [IC902] : 69pin /RST "H" level O.K.? • [IC403] : 115pin DECRST on MAIN B'D

OK

Check Oscillation waveform.


NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC902] : 49pin XO • [X901] on MAIN B'D
16.9344MHz OK?

OK

Check Digital Audio Data for CODEC. NG Check Soldering.


MAIN B'D • [IC902] : 33pin CD_SPDIF on MAIN B'D
• [IC103] : 30pin CD_SPDIF • [IC103] : 30pin CD_SPDIF on MAIN B'D

OK

z
Check Digital Audio Data output from CODEC. NG
Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC103] : 17,18,19pin on MAIN B'D
• [IC103] : 17,18,19pin
5508_LRCK,5508_SCLK,5508_SDATA

OK

46
Check Digital Audio Data input for PWM CONTROLLER.
NG
MAIN B'D Check Soldering.
• [IC108] : 26,27,28pin • [IC108] : 26,27,28pin on MAIN B'D
5508_LRCK,5508_SCLK,5508_SDATA

OK

Check PWM Audio Data from PWM CONTROLLER. NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC108] on MAIN B'D
• [IC108] : 44,45,46,47pin

OK

Check PWM Audio Data output for PWM CONTROLLER. NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC118] on MAIN B'D
• [IC118] : 4, 6, 14, 16 pin

OK

Check Audio Data output from AMP to SPEAKER.


NG Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC118] on MAIN B'D
• [IC118] : 22, 25, 30, 33 pin
• [JACK105] on MAIN B'D
• [JACK105]

END

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2.3 . TUNER-in

Check Power Supply Voltages for TUNER. NG Check Soldering.


MAIN B'D • [IC102] : IN +12V_A / OUT : +5V_A
• [TU101] : 3pin +5V_A • [CN408] : 3pin +12V_A

OK

Check Analog Audio Data output from TUNER PACK. NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [C761],[C768]
• [TU101] : 1pin : L-OUT / 2pin : R-OUT

OK

Check the Output form Analog selector. NG


Check Soldering.
• [IC701] : 15,2pin : TU_L, TU_R
• [IC403] : 69,70pin AIN_CNT1/2
: 5,7pin : AIN_CNT1/2,[L,L]

OK

NG
Check the DIR input. Check Soldering.
• [IC103] : 47,48 : AIN_L / AIN_R • [C125],[C124] on MAIN B'D

OK

to 2.2. CD PLAY z Mark

2.4. Portable In

Check Analog Audio Signal from Portable In.


NG Check Soldering.
FRONT B'D
• [JK632] on FRONT B'D
• [Portable In] input
• [CP631] on FRONT B'D
• [CP631] : 1,3pin AUX_L,AUX_R

OK

Check Audio Data input from DISPLAY B'D. NG


Check Soldering.
• [IC701] : 8,9pin : POT_L, POT_R
• [IC403] : 69,70pin AIN_CNT1/2
: 5,7pin : AIN_CNT1/2,[H,H]

OK

NG
Check the input of DIR Check Soldering.
• [IC103] : 47,48 : AIN_L/AIN-R • [C125],[C124] on MAIN B'D

OK

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48
2.5 . Analog In 1/2

Check Analog Audio Signal from AUX1/AUX2. NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [JACK102] on MAIN B'D
• [AUX1], [AUX2] input

OK

• [IC701] : 6,11pin : AUX1_L/R


NG
: 4,13pin : AUX2_L/R Check Soldering. (☆ 1)
: 5,7pin : AIN_CNT1/2 • [IC403] : 69,70pin AIN_CNT1/2
[L,H](AUX-1), [H,L](AUX-2)

OK

NG
Check the input of DIR (☆ 2) Check Soldering. (☆ 3)
• [IC103] : 47,48 : AIN_L / AIN_R • [C125],[C124] on MAIN B'D

OK

to 2.2. CD PLAY z Mark

2.6. Digital In

Check Soldering.
Check Power Supply Voltages for OPTICAL Input IC.
NG • [JACK101] : 3pin +3V3_D1
MAIN B'D
• [IC401] : IN : +5V_SMPS1 / OUT : +3V3_D1
• [JACK101] : 3pin +3V3_D1
• [CN408] : 9pin +5V_SMPS1
• [IC401] : 3pin +3V3_D1
• SMPS B'D
OK

Check Digital Audio Data from OPTICAL Input IC. NG


Check Soldering.
MAIN B'D
• [IC103] OPT_IN on MAIN B'D
• [IC103] : 28pin OPT_IN

OK

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2.7 . USB/iPod Dock/ETHERNET/WiFi

Check Soldering.
Network B'D
• [CP302] : 24,25pin : +5V_NET
Check Power Supply Voltages for Network. • [CP302] : 28,29pin : +5V_VBUS
NG
Network B'D MAIN B'D
• [CP302] : 24,25pin : +5V_NET • [CP201] : 5,6pin : +5V_NET
• [CP302] : 28,29pin : +5V_VBUS • [CP201] : 1,2pin +5V_VBUS
• [CN408] : 10pin : +5V_NET
• [CN408] : 11,12pin : +5V_SMPS2
OK • SMPS B'D

Check Soldering.
Check Power Supply Voltages for USB. NG
• [CP301] : 5,6pin +5V on Network B'D
Network B'D
• [CN641] : 1,2pin +5V on DISPLAY B'D
• [CP301] : 5,6pin +5V
• [JACK641] on DISPLAY B'D
OK

Check Soldering.
Check Power Supply Voltages for iPodDock. NG
• [CP303] : 1pin +5V on ETHERNET B'D
Network B'D
• [CN303] : 1pin +5V on iPodDock B'D
• [CP303] : 1pin +5V
• [CP701] on iPodDock B'D
OK

Check Power Supply Voltages for CX870.


Check Soldering.
Network B'D
NG • [IC306] on Network B'D
• [IC306] : 3pin NET_ +3V3
• [IC307] on Network B'D
• [IC307] : 3pin NET_ +1V9
• [IC308] on Network B'D
• [IC308] : 3pin NET_ +1V2
• [CP302] : 16pin on Network B'D
• [CP302] : 16pin E_P_CONT "H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Reset signal for ETHERNET B'D (CX870)


NG Check Soldering.
Network B'D
• [CP302] : 15pin E_RESET on Network B'D
• [CP302] : 15pin E_RESET
• [CP201] : 15pin E_RESET on MAIN B'D
"H" level O.K.?

OK

Check Digital Audio Data for CODEC.


Network B'D NG Check Soldering.
• [CP302] : 6pin CX870_SPDIF • [CP302] : 6pin CX870_SPDIF on Network B'D
MAIN B'D • [CP201] : 24pin CX870_SPDIF on MAIN B'D
• [CP201] : 24pin CX870_SPDIF

OK

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MEASURING METHOD AND WAVEFORMS
To check the waveforms, the GND (-) probe of the oscilloscope to specified reference voltage.
(Except for lnner SW, TRVSW)

NOTES
Measuring Disc: CD/TCD-784
CD-R/TCD-R082W
CD-RW/TCD-W082W
(It is better to use wires for extending between the probe and test points.)
• When watching the HF waveform, use the extending wire as short as possible.
• When HF waveform is noisy or cannot discriminate the eye-pattern, replace the Traverse Unit after measuring the lop.
• Point q ~ Q5 is measured with the point shown below.

1. MAIN PCB : TEST POINT


TUNER
TU101
TUNER

BKT101
SPK

BURRING
SW OUT
JACK101

JACK102

R252

C760
JSR1165-C

TUNER
REGION
E2 RCH C189
R253

E3
R249

R781

R186
JP

C181
C179

AUX R782

C185
C775
C110 C103
C109 AUX1,2 R790
C781 DIN L785
L787
L786 JACK104 C291 SPK C776 R783 C255
R106

C229
C257 L788

C275
R784 R792
R731 LCH C777
C752

C751 C755 C756 C176


R230 R225
R227
C223

R250

C767 R785
C753
R753
R751

C225 R226
R758
R757
C758

R791
C771 C766
D102

R228 m C187 C188 R506 C778

L108 JACK105
R229 C779
AUX1

C782
C757
R756
R755

AUX2 m
R752
R754
C754

C224 Q781
Q101 C186
C221 BONDING Q782
15
Q102

10 C183 C184 C784


C765

C780
C226 C258
ZD101

C768 C217 R789


L109
C182

C761 C222 R185 R184 L781 R786 C783


L782 DM_VBUS_CONT
C171
R257

C764 C218 R787 R788


C219 3300/50
R183 L783 WPS R258
CP101

C769
ZD102

C280
R233 R732 VBUS_FLUG1
TO +12V_FAN

Q124 R231
IC701 NJM2755
5
C178 C180 VBUS_FLUG2
R232 C227 GND_D
C772
IC110 C177 GPT103
C770 CX870_SPDIF
J102

Q103
C773

R259 Q125 R234 AZ4580 R505


C228 ACC_MODE
R235 L110 R224 R223 C220 E_REQ
IC102
R113

C249
J101

E_RXDMOEI
R764

IL1117H-5.0ET C265 E_TXDMIEO


C762 R733 R554
R763

DM_VBUS_CONT
R112

WPS C763 C281 E_SPIMOEI

C254
C266
C268
C124 R540 E_SPIMIEO
VBUS_FLUG1 C125 C248 R555

R180
E_SPICLK
C267

R181
VBUS_FLUG2
R119

C118 /E_SPICS
GND_D C117 C175 C173 C172
R521 R503 E_RESET
C205
R198

CX870_SPDIF C114 R197 C169 C165 C162 E_P_CONT


GPT104

XTAL101

ACC_MODE C206 BONDING R539 IPOD_DET


24.576MHz

E_REQ C112 C250 R553

R179
R275 R202 USB_OE
C115

C160
R199
R200

E_RXDMOEI C247

R534

R533
C122
C170
R178

D103 C208 /B1/B2

C120
E_TXDMIEO R556

R182
CP201 D106 3300/50
45

40

R177
C161

E_SPIMOEI R734 C164 C167 C168 C174 VBUS_CONT1


C209 C163 R115 VBUS_CONT2
35

20

R206 C166
30

25

E_SPIMIEO

R542
R274

R543
R203

C121
E_SPICLK 3300/50 R114 GND_D
R105

R544
C242
R735 GND_D

C244
Q120
R207
C210

/E_SPICS R107 C111 35 R714


C123

+5V_NET

R537
R195

R538

R535
R536
E_RESET R111 5 R208 +5V_NET

C113
a

C262
R541
E_P_CONT R110 30
R204 Q122 GND_D
IPOD_DET R109

R549
10 R205

C243 R548
C107
a

C264
C273

A
GND_D
C203
C263

USB_OE R104 R122 25 R196


TAS5142DKD

R222 +5V_VBUS

R545
R546
R552
/B1/B2 R103 C106 R123
R201 +5V_VBUS
IC118

C277 VBUS_CONT1 IC103 C116 R761

R547
15 R762
VBUS_CONT2
R241
R242
R243

C207
L103

PCM9211
R120
C102
C108

20
R116
R118
R117

GND_D R551 R550


H/P_L
Q123

GND_D C204 C202 C201 C245


+5V_NET C156 +29V GND_A
b
R121
R124
R101
R102

C256
+5V_NET C155 R176 +29V
b
C260
R265

R255
H/P_R
R266
R267

GND_D IC114 R175 L107 +29V


R251
k

R759
GND_D NJM4556AM D115 C239 GND_AD R736
C119

C154
+5V_VBUS D114 C233 L106 C157 R174 GND_A
GND_AD
15
1

10

C287
C236

R273 C159
C241

C238 C237
L104

+5V_VBUS AUX_L
R221
C216

R219 R215 C235 GND_AD


R272 R247 R282

R277
H/P_L S101 R217 C213 C232 L105
C126 GND_A
R271
C261

R213
R214

+29V
Q126 Q127

Q121 R218 C214


C127

C211 R212

Q119

C153 R288 R285 R712 AUX_R


C282

GND_A R210
R245 Q117

R284
R172
R173

+29V C288
R220

R293
R248
R216

H/P_R C212 +29V R737


R209 R289
ZD105
L101

GND_A R261 IC117 R211 C215 R504


k Q118
C240

R760
R260 R171
C230
R125

R166

C151 GND_AD
R167
R168
R169
R170

D109
CP104 AUX_L

R294
R283 R713
Q104

R194
R287

R264 IC105 L102 C274


ZD104
ZD103

GND_A GND_AD
D108

C289

R530
R159
C234
R244
R246

R238 R162
R286

R154

C231
AUX_R Q116

R290
C191

R161
R262

R126

R239 R156
R393 R163 C158

C290
C150

C259
C152
R189
R190
R193

R155 GND_AD
D113

R711
D111

45 40 35

R738
R240 R158 R295
R130
R129
R127
R128

R263 C424 R237 R236 IC108 R165


R160 C149
CN101
R270
R269
R268

R152 R296
Q113 Q109 R157 50 TAS5508 R164
C148

XTAL102

R291

R299
IN ICT OP ADJ FI
Q111

C417 R153 13.5MHz


R730
R729

R500
30 R108 R298
Q115

R149 55 C147 R147 R501


25

C426
D112 IC401

60

R132
R150 C423
KIA78R33F
KIA78R33

R191
R146

R151
20

C420 R408 C425


C190

C421 64 C146 R499 R502


R145
R188
R187
R192

R300 R297
D110

1000/16 R148
C143

1
C418

D403
10 15
C144 C145
R717 R407
C135

C142

R292

C422
R409
R718 R715
IC402 D402 R138 R716 C419
NJM2831F33 IC104 IC901
D404

KIA78R33F
KIA78R33 R396 AZ1117H-1.5
D405 Q110 Q112 Q114 j
RCD-N8 LPP MAIN PCB

R254
C270
PN : 7020072640000S

Q107

R133

C272
C269
R276
Q106

D401

C919
R422 R421 R428
R420
R416
R415

INSW
R509 R508

C271

REGION R434 R428 R143 Q108 GND_DRV


C428 C430
C429
R431 R430
R434

Q105
R423
R429
R417

R419

E2 OPEN 10K C139


R413
Pb SLED-
CN902
R414
R433

D104
R134 R135
C246 C137
C128 C138
R141 R144

E3 1K 1.6K C913
c C912 j SLED+ R922
R136 C132
C130 R137
C131 C134

R938
R427
R432
R425

JP 1K 6.8K R256 D105


C129 C136
C141 C140
R131 R140

C918 D901 R392 R391 SP-


Q406 Q405 SP+
R142

R278 C133 IC903 INSW


RCD-N8 LPP MAIN PCB
R279

R139 R489
CP403
R952
C979

IP4001CR C986 GND_DRV R916


C978
c R924 C923 C920
C977
R950
1 SLED-
PN : 7020072640000S
R566 R435 CP901 C924 R941 5
25 SLED+

R426
R424
1
R951 SP-
R961

C972 R522
C981
140

120

110
130

SP+
C980

C995

R917
R918
R919
R920
C473 R954
R527 Q901
C427
R410
R411

R418
R925
Q403

C930
C993

R436 16

C431

C436
C434 D911 D902

C432
R441 R957 C474
C975

C996 C974 C950


R5F56108VNFP
R412

Q402

R565 L908
1

C925 20

R387

R386
R905
L903
R907
L904

C941
R440 R953 R721

C433
10 C475
100

C940 C983
IC403

L907

B
R439 R443 15

C438 R448 C992 R719 R529 C435


R453

R528
10

R442 C942 C985 R939


C939

CN903
C938

C439 12MHz R449 C931 R960 R720 C442

R438
R452 C441
f L905 R955 R956 C252
IC404

DSP BOOT 20 R451 R446 C440 C445 DSP BOOT


C949
C952
C954
C963
R927

R450
R958 C982 CL_SW
CP404

C955
C437
R437
C546

C444 R454
CNVSS
f
90

C933 C984 R959 C987 C251 CNVSS


RES401

GND_D GND_DRV GND_D


RXD C448 RXD
TXD R445 OP_SW C253
80

C951
C953
C957
C960

C447

R455
C416 TXD
R447
R444

+3.3V_CPU D406 X401 30 GPT101 C937 LOAD- R524 +3.3V_CPU


RESET d C988 L906 RESET
C959

R940 LOAD+ R525


IC902 C956 R923
C946

C471
d

C449
C450

C451
C452
R463 CL_SW
C990
C989

TC94A92FG-301 R921 R526


R496 R469 20 15 10 5 5 GND_DRV C948
OP_SW C962
R494 TMS TMS
C970
70

C932
60
50

R515
R517

R473
R472
R561
R562

C905 C936
C991
40

TDO LOAD- TDO


R725
R474 R470

R726

R491 TRST# 80 LOAD+ C969 C947 R722 TRST# R492


C455

e C968
R476

EMLE
MD1 C945 25
75 IC282 EMLE
MD1
KIA7808AF C908 C935 R490
R516
R520
R507
R477
R563
R564

g
D286

C934
g
D284

MD0 D283 MD0


CP405

30
R480

70
GND_D C921 C928 R723 GND_D R493
R475

TCK R906 R903 C906 35 TCK R497


TDI R461 R466 R904 C907 R908 65
D285 TDI
C551 R456
R518
R523
R519

C976

R464 R465
C944

C469 +3.3V_CPU R482 R458 R901 C910 R911 40 R727 C929 +3.3V_CPU
C902
C903

R468 R467
R510

RESET R902 C914 R912 RESET R495


R511

C470 R457 R460 D287 D282 C943


R459 R462 R405 R406 C909 R913 L901
C915
C916
C284

R471 R481 R909

C453
L902 R914
D288
C286

R910 R498
e
C472
R512
R514
R478
R513

45 50 60

C454
55
Q401

C904 IC283 R915

+3.3_D1
+16V_OLED
D6
+16V_OLED
D4
GND_D
D2
GND_D
D0
+3.3_CPU
EL_R/W,WR
REMOTE
EL_CS
D7
H/P_DET
D5
AUX_DET
D3
KEY3
D1
KEY2
EL_E,RD
KEY1
GND_D
LED_WT
EL_D/C
LED_RED
EL_RESET
LED_GREEN
R1EX24256ASAS0A
IC405 R479
C901 C922
h R728 C917
R404
R403
R402
R401

C283
GPT105

R724

Q404 C967 X901


16.9344MHz C911
C403
C402
C401
C411

IC406
C412
C410

D407 C965 C926 C927


NJM2387ADL3 R929 R934 C462 C458
C198

C971 R942 R930


h C463 C457
C200

C966
LED_GREEN

C964
C961
C958

C197
C196
C195

R928 R486
+16V_OLED
+16V_OLED
EL_R/W,WR

R487

R926 C464 C456


EL_RESET

R943
+3.3_CPU
LED_RED

AUX_DET

R937 R485
REMOTE

C285
H/P_DET
EL_E,RD

R488

C199
LED_WT

R944
+3.3_D1

R483 ZD401 C460 C279


EL_D/C
GND_D

GND_D
GND_D

C973 R936
EL_CS

R948 C409 C408


KEY1
KEY2
KEY3

R484

LUG101 R949 R935 C459 C276


C193
C194
C192

C405
C406
C404

C407
C465
D1
D3
D5
D7

D0
D2
D4
D6

R933
SUB_POWER_CONT

R945 R946
SUB_POWER_CONT

C468 R932
C467

R947 R931 C466 C461


C994
C414
C415
C413

+5V_SMPS1
+18V_OLED
+5V_SMPS2

+5V_SMPS2
+5V_SMPS2

+5V_SMPS2
R280
R281
+5V_SMPS1
+18V_OLED

C278
+5V_NET

P.DOWN

+5V_NET
P.DOWN

+12V_D
+12V_A
GND_D

GND_D
GND_D
GND_A
GND_A
GND_D

-12V_A
+12V_D
+12V_A

GND_D
GND_A
GND_A
-12V_A

CN401 CN408

Detail A
C267
R119

C117
C114
XTAL101
24.576MHz

R275 C112
C115

C122 D103
45

40

R274 R206 R203


R105 Q120
R207
C210

R107 C111 35
C123

R111 5 R208
a R109
R110
10
30
R204
R205
Q122
R104
R103
C107
C106
R122
R123
25
a R222

15 IC103
PCM9211
R120
C102
C108

20
R116
R118
R117

Q123

Q5 b B
R121
R124
R101
R102

b
C260
R265

R266
R267

Q3 R273
C119 k
R221
C216

R219 R215
R272
Q4 S101 R217 C213
R271
C261

R213
R214

Q121 R218 C214


C127

C211 R212

R210
R220

C212
R209
L101

R261 IC117 R211


R260 k
R125
Q104

R264 IC105
C191
R262

R126

C259
R130
R129
R127
R128

R263
R270
R269
R268

51
Detail B R922
D104

INSW
GND_DRV R916
SLED-
SLED+
SP-
SP+ A

C981
Q901
D902
C950

C975
L908
R721

C941
C

C939
C938
Q0 CL_SW
C252
C251
GND_DRV
OP_SW C253
w
LOAD-
L906
q
LOAD+ R923
e

C946
Q1 R921
C962
C948
r

C970
C905 C936
Q2
R725

C969
R726

C947 R722

C908
C968
C935 t
D286

D284

R723y
o C928

C976 C929 u
C944
R727

C902
C903
D282 C943
i
C915
C916
C284

L902 R914
C286

R915
R728 C917

No. Symbol No. Symbol Reference


q TP RFEQO Ⓐ TP VC : q ~ i
w TP RFO Ⓑ C900 - DGND : Q3 ~ Q5
e TP FEI Ⓒ CN26(4) GND_DRV : o ~ Q2
r TP FOC1
t TP TEI
y TP TRO1
u TP FMO1
i TP DMO1
o CN26(3) OPSW
Q0 CN26(5) CLSW
Q1 CN26(2) LOAD+
Q2 CN26(1) LOAD-
Q3 R407 LRCK
Q4 R408 SCLK
Q5 R409 SDATA

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2. WAVEFORMS
1. DISC PLAY RF WAVEFORM (EYE-PATTERN) 2. DISC DETECTION
CD(TCD784) PLAY CD(TCD784) DETECTION

wRFO 1V/div

eFEI 500mV/div

rFOO 1V/div

qRFEQO
tTEI 1V/div

yTRO 1V/div
uFMO 500mV/div
iDMO 1V/div

3. TOC READ 4. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT


CD(TCD784) READ CD(TCD784) FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
1.2 CD-R (TCDR082W) PLAY 2.2 CD-R (TCDR082W) DETECTION

wRFO 1V/div
wRFO 1V/div
eFEI 500mV/div
eFEI 500mV/div
rFOO 1V/div
rFOO 1V/div
qt
RFEQO
TEI 1V/div
tTEI 1V/div
yTRO 1V/div
yTRO 1V/div
uFMO 500mV/div
uFMO 500mV/div
iDMO 1V/div
iDMO 1V/div

1.3
3.2CD-RW (TCDW082W) PLAY
CD-R (TCDR082W) READ 2.3 CD-RW (TCDW082W) DETECTION
4.2 CD-R (TCDR082W) FOCUS ADJUSTMENT

wRFO wRFO
1V/div 1V/div

e FEI 500mV/div
eFEI 500mV/div
rFOO 1V/div
rFOO 1V/div
qRFEQO
tTEI 1V/div
tTEI 1V/div
yTRO 1V/div
yTRO 1V/div
uFMO 500mV/div
uFMO 500mV/div
iDMO 1V/div
iDMO 1V/div

3.3 CD-RW (TCDW082W) READ 4.3 CD-RW (TCDW082W) FOCUS ADJUSTMENT

wRFO 53
1V/div

eFEI 500mV/div
5. CD Playback

Q3LRCK

Q4SCLK

Q5SDATA

STANDARD GND
WF12 (9)

6. LOADER OPEN-CLOSE

oOPSW

Q0FCLSW

Q2LOAD-

Q1LOAD+
OPEN CLOSE

STANDARD GND

54
BLOCK DIAGRAM
RCD-N8 Block Diagram

FRONT B'D SWITCHED-MODE POWER SUPPLY

SW Power LED IR

OLED

P_DOWN (50/60 Puls)


S020-MXS4035A

SUB_POWER_CONT
Power
Source
Cursor Up
Cursor Down

+29V_DAMP

+5V_SMPS1
+18V_OLED
Cursor Right

+5V_SMPS
+5V_NET
Cursor Left

+12V_A
+12V_D

-12V_A
Enter
Vol Up
Vol Down

MAIN B'D IC405


EEPROM

SDA/SCL

CD MECHA
IC403
IC902 SYSTEM uCOM
I2C / RESET / MUTE / HP_ON / PDN /
CD DSP SD Differential
AMP MUTE H/P
RENESAS SPI / RST / INT
IC903 R5F56108VNFP
Moter Driver TOSHIBA
IP4001CR TC94A92FG

Differential Subwoofer Out


AMP MUTE
12.00 MHz
DIGITAL IN (OPT)
I2C

OTW / SD
UART / SPI
FM FM/AM
TUNER
Silicon Type
AM
CD (SPDIF)
IC701 Differential SPK OUT (L)
Filter
PORTABLE IN AUDIO DIFGITAL IN (SPDIF)
SELECTOR
NET (SPDIF) IC103 I2S IC108 IC118
NJM2755 DIR PWM PROCESSOR D-Amp
ANALOG IN 1 PCM9211 TAS5508 TAS5142
Diffecrential
Filter SPK OUT (R)
A/D
ANALOG IN 2 VALID

ETHERNET and USB B'D


USB2.0 CX870 WiFi MODULE (BridgeCo)
USB Switcher

NAND-Flash
Ethernet

iPod DOCK USB2.0 256 Mbit


Switcher D+/- SDRAM

2.4 GHz RF
transceiver

TD+ / SPDIF_Ethernet
Ethernet RJ-45
IC309 UART /
Apple I2C SPI RF
Coprocessor Amp.ANT
RF MFI337S3959
Wi-Fi

55
RCD-N8 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
POWER DIAGRAM
T821
PVDD +29V IC118
D-AMP
TAS5142DKD

+12V_A IC114, NJM4556AM


AUDIO 12V
GND_ IC110, AZ4580MTR

+5V_A IC103
DIR 5V
PCM9211
IC102
AC IN IC821 +12V_A +5V_A +5V_A
+5V TUNER PACK
SMPS
SMPS
CONTROLLER IL1117H-5.0ET
TRANS
L6565 +5V_A AUDIO IC701
SELECTOR NJM2755
A_GND
-12V_A -12V_A IC114, NJM4556AM
AUDIO -12V
IC110, AZ4580MTR
U1
+12V_D +12V_5142 IC118
+12V D-AMP
TAS5142DKD
KA7812 IC282
+7V5_D1 +7.5V_D1 CD MOTER IC903
+7.5V
DRIVER IP4001CR, MECHA
D_GND
RCD-N8-TA001 KIA7808AF

T871

IC871 IC406
SMPS +18V_OLED +16V_OLED +16V_OLED
+16V OLED_16V
CONTROLLER MXS4035A
ICE3BR1765J NJM2387ADL3 IC402
SMPS +5V +3V3_CPU +3.3V_CPU IC403
+3.3V MCU 3.3V
TRANS R5F56108VNFP
NJM2831F33
+3.3V_CPU LED LD602
(Red, Green)
GND_D
+3.3V_CPU IC404
MCU RESET
RCD-N8-TA101 NCP300

+3.3V_CPU IC405
EEPROM
R1EX24256ASAS0A

+3.3V_CPU RMC601
IR
R34FS8A
IC401
+5V_SMPS1 +3V3_D1 +3.3V_D1 IC103
+3.3V DIR 3.3V
PCM9211
KIA78R33F
+3.3V_D1
OLED 3.3V
MXS4035A

+3.3V_D1 JACK101
OPT IN JACK
JSR1165-C

+3.3V_5508 PWM IC108


Processor TAS5508
IC104
+5V_SMPS1 3V3_D1 +3.3V_D2 CD MECHA
+3.3V
PICKUP
KIA78R33F
+3.3V_D2, D3 CD DSP IC902
3.3V TC94A92FG-301
IC901
+1.5V_D2, D3 CD DSP IC902
+1.5V
1.5V TC94A92FG-301
AZ1117H-1.5TRE1
Q406
+5V_VBUS LED_W +5V_VBUS LED LD601
SWITCH
(White)
KRA102S IC301
+5V_VBUS +5V_VBUS
SWITCH USB VBUS
IC310 NCP380
+5V_VBUS +5V_VBUS
SWITCH DOCK VBUS
NCP380 Q303
+5V_NETN USB_VBUSN CX870
SWITCH
USB VBUS
IC306 KRA102S
NET_+3VN3 NET_+3.3V CX870
+3.3V
VIN(3.3V), RTC
AP3503E
NET_+3.3V
ETHERNET

NET_+3.3V Apple IC125


authentication MFI337S3959

NET_+3.3V USB IC303, IC304


Multiplexer TC7USB221FT
IC307
NET_+1VN9 NET_+1.9V CX870
+1.9V
VIN (1.9V)
AP3503E IC308
NET_+1VN2 NET_+1.2V CX870
+1.2V
VIN (1.2V)
AP3503E

56
RCD-N8 Wiring Diagram

WIRING DIAGRAM

01. +3.3_D1 Ether


WiFi
02. +16V_OLED Connector
03. D6 30pin FPC for OLED (MXS4035A)
04. +16_OLED 6P 6P 7P 7P
05. D4 01. VBUS
06. GND_D Button 02. GND_D
07. D2 03. +DATA
01. GND_D
04. -DATA
08. GND_D IR DISPLAY B'D 02. -DATA
05. GND_D
09. D0 03. +DATA CX870 module 06. IPOD_DET
10. +3.3_CPU LED USB 04. GND_D
11. EL_R/W,WR 05. VBUS
12. REMOTE AUX H/P
13. EL_CS
14. D7 7P iPod DOCK B'D
15. H/P_DET
16. D5 64pin Connector
17. AUX_DET
18. D3
19. KEY3 29pin
20. D1
21. KEY2
22. EL_E,RD 01. GND_D 33. GPIO17
23. KEY1
7P 02. GND_D 34. AV4DATA0
24. GND_D
25. LED_WT 03. NET3.3V 35. GND_D
01. AUX_R
26. EL_D/C 29P 29P 04. RXD0 36. GND_D
02. GND_A
27. LED_RED BtoB BtoB 05. NET3.3V 37. GPIO11
03. AUX_L
NETWORK CPU B'D 06. TXD0 38. USB_DN
04. GND_A
05. H/P_R 07. GND_D 39. AV3CTRL1
06. GND_A 08. GND_D 40. USB_DP
01. VC
09. NET1.9V 41. AV3CTRL0
02. VCC
01. +12V_D 10. NET1.2V 42. USBVBUSDRV
03. E
02. SUB_POWER_CONT 11. NET1.9V 43. GND_D
04. D
03. +12V_A 12. NET1.2V 44. USB_VBUS
05. A
04. GND_A 13. GND_D 45. PDOUT1
06. B 01. +5V_VBUS
05. -12V_A 14. GND_D 46. GND_D
07. C 02. +5V_VBUS 47. PDOUT0
06. GND_A 15. NWAIT
08. F
07. +18V_OLED 03. GND_D 16. RXD1 48. GPIO09
2P 09. GND
08. GND_D 04. GND_D 17. NCS2 49. VCO0
10. LD
09. +5V_SMPS1 05. +5V_NET 18. TXD1 50. GPIO08
10. +5V_NET
MAIN B'D 11. VR 19. NRESET_MOD 51. GND_D
06. +5V_NET
11. +5V_SMPS2 SYSTEM uCOM/CD DSP/CODEC/ 12. MO
07. GND_D 20. GND_D 52. GND_D
12. +5V_SMPS2 13. FO+ 21. 3V3RTC 53.
PWM processor/D-AMP/Speaker terminal/ 14. TR+
08. GND_D
13. GND_D 22. AV2CTRL1 ETH_LED_SPEED
14. GND_D HP AMP/SUB Woofer AMP 16pin FFC 09. VBUS_CONT2
23. GND_D 54. ETH_LED_ACT
10. VBUS_CONT1
11. /B1/B2 24. AV2CTRL0 55. MIITXCLK
12. USB_OE 25. SPI_DIN 56. GPIO10
13. IPOD_DET 26. AV2CLK 57. ETH_RXN
15P 15P 01. INSW
14. E_P_CONT 27. SPI_DOUT 58. ETH_RXP
02. GND_DRV 28. AV2DATA2
15. E_RESET 59. ETH_TXN
SMPS B'D 03. SLED- 16. /E_SPICS
04. SLED+
01. +29V 05. SP-
CD Mecha Unit 17. E_SPICLK
18. E_SPIMIEO
02. +29V 06. SP+
03. +29V 6P 6P 19. E_SPIMOEI
04. GND_AD 20. E_TXDMIEO
05. GND_AD 01. CL_SW 21. E_RXDMOEI
06. GND_AD 02. GND_DRV 22. E_REQ
03. OP_SW 23. ACC_MODEF
04. LOAD- 24. CX870_SPDIF
05. LOAD+ 25. GND_D
6P 6P SPK SPK SW AUX1 AUX2 OPT 5P 5P
26. VBUS_FLUG2
ch.L ch.R OUT IN IN IN 27. VBUS_FLUG1

57
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

FRONT FRONT A
(COMPONENT SIDE) (FOIL SIDE)

LED SELECTION LED_GREEN


STBY NONE EL_RESET
C608 C606
IN ICT OP ADJ FI LED_RED
TIMER STBY ORANGE

B
EL_D/C
C609
NETWORK STBY RED
POWER ON WHITE
RCD-N8 FRONT PCB Pb RCD-N8 FRONT PCB
LED_WT
GND_D
KEY1
C607

EL_E,RD

PN : 7020072650000S PN : 7020072650000S
KEY2
D1
KEY3
S603 D3
AUX_DET
UP D5 R606
CN661 H/P_DET
Q601 R603
D7
EL_CS R605

C601
R610
REMOTE
EL_R/W,WR R609
S607 S610 +3.3_CPU

R604
LEFT RIGHT D0 R607
RED GREEN LD602 LD601

G
GND_D Q602 R601
D2 D601
LED GND_D
WHITE LED D4
G C605

C602
S602 +16V_OLED
ENTER

R608
D6
R +16V_OLED
+3.3_D1 C603
R602

R614
R616 R611
J609

R
J621
C

R613
S605
OP/CL
S601
POWER DOWN
J615
J618
LED_GREEN
EL_RESET J604
LED_RED
EL_D/C

J637

J613
LED_WT J622 S606
J627

GND_D
KEY1 R617
EL_E,RD

J616
RMC601
J607

C652
C651

C650
KEY2
J606

D1 C661
J614

KEY3
VBUS D3
AUX_DET C642

J636
VBUS D5

C673
C674
R644

D661
H/P_DET J626
GND_D D7 C675 L662 VBUS
EL_CS VBUS
S608 S604 C662 GND_D

C659
C658
+DATA S609 REMOTE

R612
C644 R661 C680 L661 D641 +DATA

C668
R615
J633

J634

R663
EL_R/W,WR VOL_DN V0L_UP

C663
SOURCE J617 -DATA

J630

J631
D
-DATA +3.3_CPU GND_D
J619

D0 D631 C604
J624

J611

GND_D

C676
GND_D C667
D2 D632 C643

C664

C665
GND_D
CN641 J628 C645

L651
D4

C669
C672
C671
C670
C632

C677
+16V_OLED
D6 C666 C641

L654
C631

L655
+16V_OLED
J623 +3.3_D1 R649

R662
J629
J612

C678 R653
CP631 CP661 C657

C679 D0_SCLK
30P C654 R652 J620
J638
C656

AUX_R
GND_A
AUX_L
GND_A
H/P_R
GND_A
H/P_L
H/P_L
GND_A
H/P_R
GND_A
AUX_L
GND_A
AUX_R

C634

+16V_OLED
VLSS
VSL
VCI
VDD
VDDIO
NC
I REF
CL
GND_D
RES#
CS#
D/C#
BS1
BS0
R/W#, WR#
E, RD#

D1_SDIN
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
CLS
VLSS
VCOMH
+16V_OLED
GND_D
L652 C655 R651 R647 C653

GND_D
+16V_OLED
VCOMH
VLSS
CLS
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1_SDIN
D0_SCLK
E, RD#
R/W#, WR#
BS0
BS1
D/C#
CS#
RES#
GND_D
CL
I REF
NC
VDDIO
VDD
VCI
VSL
VLSS
+16V_OLED
L650

J625
J632

J635
JACK641 C635 C646
JK632 JK631 R650 C647
R648 C660
J610 AUX IN H/P C636 L653 C633

F
SUP SUP CNT CNT
(COMPONENT SIDE) (FOIL SIDE) (COMPONENT SIDE) (FOIL SIDE)

G
CLP301 RCD-N8 CNT PCB RCD-N8 CNT PCB
PN : 7020072650000S PN : 7020072650000S
BURRING

BURRING
BKT5
L656 Pb CP306
H
J639

DM_VBUS_CNT
WPS
+5V_VBUS
+5V_VBUS
GND_D
GND_D
+5V_NET
+5V_NET
GND_D
GND_D
VBUS_CONT2
VBUS_CONT1
/B1/B2
USB_OE
IPOD_DET
E_P_CONT
E_RESET
/E_SPICS
E_SPICLK
E_SPIMIEO
E_SPIMOEI
E_TXDMIEO
E_RXDMOEI
E_REQ
ACC_MODEF
CX870_SPDIF
GND_D
VBUS_FLUG2
VBUS_FLUG1

+5V_NET
+5V_NET

+5V_VBUS
+5V_VBUS
BKT4 J640

VBUS_FLUG1
VBUS_FLUG2
GND_D
CX870_SPDIF
ACC_MODEF
E_REQ
E_RXDMOEI
E_TXDMIEO
E_SPIMOEI
E_SPIMIEO
E_SPICLK
/E_SPICS
E_RESET
E_P_CONT
IPOD_DET
USB_OE
/B1/B2
VBUS_CONT1
VBUS_CONT2
GND_D
GND_D

GND_D
GND_D
BURRING

WPS
DM_VBUS_CNT
J641

BKT3
C681

Pb RCD-N8 SUP PCB


C682

RCD-N8 SUP PCB C683


C684
C685

PN : 7020072650000S
C686

PN : 7020072650000S I

VBUS_CONT1
VBUS_CONT2
DM_VBUS_CNT
VBUS_FLUG1
VBUS_FLUG2
GND_D
CX870_SPDIF
ACC_MODEF
E_REQ
E_RXDMOEI
E_TXDMIEO
E_SPIMOEI
E_SPIMIEO
E_SPICLK
/E_SPICS
E_RESET
E_P_CONT
IPOD_DET
USB_OE
/B1/B2
WPS
DM_VBUS_CNT

GND_D
GND_D
+5V_NET
+5V_NET
GND_D
GND_D
+5V_VBUS
+5V_VBUS
+5V_VBUS
+5V_VBUS
GND_D
GND_D
+5V_NET
+5V_NET
GND_D
GND_D
VBUS_CONT2
VBUS_CONT1
/B1/B2
USB_OE
IPOD_DET
E_P_CONT
E_RESET
/E_SPICS
E_SPICLK
E_SPIMIEO
E_SPIMOEI
E_TXDMIEO
E_RXDMOEI
E_REQ
ACC_MODEF
CX870_SPDIF
GND_D
VBUS_FLUG2
VBUS_FLUG1
WPS
J

CP305

L
鉛フリー半田
半田付けには、鉛フリー半田 (Sn-Ag-Cu) を使用してください。

Lead-free Solder M
When soldering, use the Lead-free Solder (Sn-Ag-Cu).

58
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

IPOD IPOD A
(COMPONENT SIDE) (COMPONENT SIDE)

RCD-N8 LPP IPOD PCB RCD-N8 LPP IPOD PCB


PN : 7020072640000S B
PN : 7020072640000S

R708

Q701
C712
C711

R705
L701 C715 C718
C716
C705 C717 C719

R703
C708
D705

C714
C713

R709
C720

R707
R706
C704
IPOD JACK

C707

C706

CN303
R704

C710 C709
D704 D703
R702
C

1
30

25

5
10
20

15

ACC_MODE
VBUS

+DATA

IPOD_DET
GND_D
GND_D

-DATA
RED
R701

IPOD_DET
GND_D

GND_D
ACC_MODE

-DATA
C703

+DATA

VBUS
WHT
C702

D702
D701
C701
CP701

Pb
D

NW NW
(COMPONENT SIDE) (FOIL SIDE)