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PC2 Series

Service Manual

©2004 All rights reserved. Kurzweil is a product line of Young Chang Co.; Kurzweil is a
trademark of Young Chang Co. All other products and brand names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies. Product features and specifications
are subject to change without notice.

Part Number: 910395 Rev. A


The lightning flash with the arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
CAUTION the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
DO NOT OPEN to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER
presence of important operating and
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL literature accompanying the product.

IMPORTANT SAFETY & INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS

WARNING: When using electric products, basic precautions should 9. The power supply cord of the product should be unplugged from the
always be followed, including the following: outlet when left unused for a long period of time. When unplugging
the power supply cord, do not pull on the cord, but grasp it by the
1. Read all of the Safety and Installation Instructions and Explanation plug.
of Graphic Symbols before using the product.
10. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not
2. Do not use this product near water—for example, near a bathtub, spilled into the enclosure through openings.
washbowl, kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, or the like. 11. The product should be serviced by qualified service personnel
when:
3. This product should be used only with a stand or cart that is
recommended by the manufacturer. A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
4. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and B. Objects have fallen onto, or liquid has been spilled into the
speakers or headphones, may be capable of producing sound product;
levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for
a long period of time at a high volume level or at a level that is C. The product has been exposed to rain;
uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the D. The product does not appear to be operating normally or
ears, you should consult an audiologist. exhibits a marked change in performance;
5. The product should be located so that its location or position does E. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
not interfere with its proper ventilation.
12. Do not attempt to service the product beyond that described in the
6. The product should be located away from heat sources such as user maintenance instructions. All other servicing should be
radiators, heat registers, or other products that produce heat. referred to qualified service personnel.
7. The product should be connected to a power supply only of the type 13. WARNING: Do not place objects on the product’s power supply
described in the operating instructions or as marked on the product. cord, or place the product in a position where anyone could trip
8. This product may be equipped with a polarized line plug (one blade over, walk on, or roll anything over cords of any type. Do not allow
wider than the other). This is a safety feature. If you are unable to the product to rest on or be installed over cords of any type.
insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to replace your Improper installations of this type create the possibility of a fire
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the plug. hazard and/or personal injury.

RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERFERENCE


WARNING: Changes or modifications to this instrument not expressly or registrant of this instrument can void the user’s authority to operate
approved by Young Chang could void your authority to operate the this instrument under Federal Communications Commission rules.
instrument.
In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables
IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or other must be used with this instrument. Operation with unapproved
equipment use only high quality shielded cables. equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in harmful interference
to radio and television reception.
NOTE: This instrument has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. NOTICE
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against This apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise
harmful interference when the instrument is used in a commercial emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference
environment. This instrument generates, uses, and can radiate radio Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio AVIS
communications. Operation of this instrument in a residential area is Le present appareil numerique n’emet pas de bruits radioelectriques
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be depassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de la
required to correct the interference at his or her own expense. class A prescrites dans le Reglement sur le brouillage radioelectrique
edicte par le ministere des Communications du Canada.
Changes and modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS


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Young Chang Distributors
Contact the nearest Young Chang office listed below to locate your local Young Chang/Kurzweil
representative.

A N D Music Corp.
P.O. Box 99995
Lakewood, WA 98499-0995
Tel: (253) 589-3200
Fax: (253) 984-0245

Young Chang Akki Co., Ltd.


178-55 Gajwa-Dong
Seo-Ku, Inchon
Korea 404-250
Tel: 011-82-32-570-1380
Fax: 011-82-32-570-1218

Young Chang America, Inc. (Canadian Division)


P.O. Box 61515
9350 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Canada L4C 3N0
Tel: (905) 508-0531
Fax: (905) 508 1308

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Young Chang Distributors ............................................................................................................................................... iii

Chapter 1 Introduction
Models ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Notes, Cautions, Warnings ..................................................................................................................................... 1-1
PC2/PC2X ........................................................................................................................................................................ 1-2
PC2/PC2X Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Rear Panel Features.................................................................................................................................................. 1-2
PC2/PC2X Front Panel............................................................................................................................................ 1-3
Front Panel Features ................................................................................................................................................ 1-3
PC2R.................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-6
PC2R Rear Panel....................................................................................................................................................... 1-6
Rear Panel Features.................................................................................................................................................. 1-6
PC2R Front Panel ..................................................................................................................................................... 1-6
Front Panel Features ................................................................................................................................................ 1-7

Chapter 2 Diagnostics
Diagnostic Tests ............................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Entering Diagnostics....................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Diagnostic Test Modes.................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Run One Test............................................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Run Burn-in............................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
Test Results....................................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
Description of Tests......................................................................................................................................................... 2-4
ROM ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4
Read-write................................................................................................................................................................. 2-4
RAM ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4
MABEL ...................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4
LISA ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4
Sound ROM .............................................................................................................................................................. 2-4
ZRAM ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2-5
MIDI ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-5
LED............................................................................................................................................................................. 2-5
PCX-1 ROM............................................................................................................................................................... 2-5
PCX-1 RW.................................................................................................................................................................. 2-5
PCX-1 RAM............................................................................................................................................................... 2-5
PCX-1 MABEL .......................................................................................................................................................... 2-6
PCX-1 SROM............................................................................................................................................................. 2-6

Chapter 3 PC2R Disassembly/Assembly


Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Cables, Connectors................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Flat Ribbon Cables ............................................................................................................................................ 3-1
Cable Routing.................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Required Tools and Materials................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Opening the PC2R........................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
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Removing the Top Cover ........................................................................................................................................ 3-2
Replacing the Top Cover......................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Removing the Connector Board............................................................................................................................. 3-3
Replacing the Connector Board ............................................................................................................................. 3-4
Removing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1) ......................................................................................... 3-5
Replacing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1).......................................................................................... 3-5
Removing the Engine Board................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Replacing the Engine Board ................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Front Panel Assembly ..................................................................................................................................................... 3-8
Removing the Front Panel Assembly .................................................................................................................... 3-8
Replacing the Front Panel Assembly..................................................................................................................... 3-8
Removing the Front Panel Faceplate..................................................................................................................... 3-9
Replacing the Front Panel Faceplate ..................................................................................................................... 3-9
Front Panel Boards................................................................................................................................................... 3-9
Removing the Right Front Panel Board .............................................................................................................. 3-10
Replacing the Right Front Panel Board................................................................................................................3-11
Removing the LCD Board......................................................................................................................................3-11
Replacing the LCD Board ..................................................................................................................................... 3-12
Removing the Left Front Panel Board................................................................................................................. 3-12
Replacing the Left Front Panel Board ................................................................................................................. 3-13
Removing the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board ............................................................................. 3-14
Replacing the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board .............................................................................. 3-14

Chapter 4 PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly


Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Notes, Cautions, Warnings ..................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Cables, Connectors................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Flat Ribbon Cables ............................................................................................................................................ 4-1
Cable Routing.................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Required Tools and Materials................................................................................................................................. 4-1
Opening the PC2/PC2X ................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
PC2 Bottom ............................................................................................................................................................... 4-2
PC2X Bottom............................................................................................................................................................. 4-3
Removing the Top Enclosure.................................................................................................................................. 4-4
Replacing the Top Enclosure .................................................................................................................................. 4-6
Closing the PC2/PC2X............................................................................................................................................ 4-6
Top Enclosure................................................................................................................................................................... 4-7
Removing the Enclosure Support Walls ............................................................................................................... 4-8
Left Enclosure Support Wall............................................................................................................................ 4-8
Right Enclosure Support Wall......................................................................................................................... 4-8
Replacing the Enclosure Support Walls................................................................................................................ 4-8
Left Enclosure Support Wall............................................................................................................................ 4-8
Right Enclosure Support Wall......................................................................................................................... 4-8
Removing the Connector Board............................................................................................................................. 4-8
Replacing the Connector Board ........................................................................................................................... 4-10
Removing the Front Panel Board......................................................................................................................... 4-10
Replacing the Front Panel Board ......................................................................................................................... 4-12
Removing the LCD Board..................................................................................................................................... 4-13
Replacing the LCD Board ..................................................................................................................................... 4-13
Removing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1) ....................................................................................... 4-13
Replacing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)........................................................................................ 4-14

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Removing the Slider Board................................................................................................................................... 4-14
Replacing the Slider Board ................................................................................................................................... 4-15
Removing the Engine Board................................................................................................................................. 4-15
Replacing the Engine Board ................................................................................................................................. 4-17
Removing the Mod Wheel Assembly.................................................................................................................. 4-17
Replacing the Mod Wheel Assembly .................................................................................................................. 4-18
PC2 Keyboard Assembly.............................................................................................................................................. 4-19
Removing the PC2 Keyboard Assembly............................................................................................................. 4-19
Replacing the PC2 Keyboard Assembly ............................................................................................................. 4-20
Disconnecting the PC2 Keyboard ........................................................................................................................ 4-21
Connecting the Keyboard ..................................................................................................................................... 4-21
Removing Keys ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-22
Natural/White Key ........................................................................................................................................ 4-22
Natural/White Keys.............................................................................................................................................. 4-23
Sharp/Black Keys .................................................................................................................................................. 4-23
Replacing a Key...................................................................................................................................................... 4-24
Servicing the Keyboard Contact Boards ............................................................................................................. 4-24
Removing the Treble Contact Board ............................................................................................................ 4-24
Replacing the Treble Contact Board ............................................................................................................. 4-24
Removing the Bass Contact Board ............................................................................................................... 4-24
Replacing the Bass Contact Board ................................................................................................................ 4-24
Removing the Keyboard Contact Strips ............................................................................................................. 4-25
Replacing the Keyboard Contact Strips .............................................................................................................. 4-25
PC2X Keyboard Assembly ........................................................................................................................................... 4-26
Removing the PC2X Keyboard Assembly .......................................................................................................... 4-26
Replacing the PC2X Keyboard Assembly........................................................................................................... 4-27
Removing Keys ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-27
Natural/White Key ........................................................................................................................................ 4-28
Natural/White Keys.............................................................................................................................................. 4-28
Sharp/Black Keys .................................................................................................................................................. 4-29
Replacing a Key...................................................................................................................................................... 4-30
Servicing the Keyboard Contact Boards ............................................................................................................. 4-30
Removing the Treble Contact Board ............................................................................................................ 4-30
Replacing the Treble Contact Board ............................................................................................................. 4-30
Removing the Bass Contact Board ............................................................................................................... 4-30
Replacing the Bass Contact Board ................................................................................................................ 4-31
Removing the Keyboard Contact Strips ............................................................................................................. 4-31
Replacing the Keyboard Contact Strips .............................................................................................................. 4-32
Removing a Key Weight........................................................................................................................................ 4-32
Replacing a Key Weight ........................................................................................................................................ 4-33

Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Cables, Connectors................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Flat Ribbon Cables ............................................................................................................................................ 5-1
Cable Routing.................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Surface-Mount Devices ........................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Saving User Data...................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Boot Block......................................................................................................................................................................... 5-2
Entering the Boot Block........................................................................................................................................... 5-2
Resets................................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2

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Hard Reset................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Soft Reset ................................................................................................................................................................... 5-2
Software Updates ............................................................................................................................................................ 5-3
File Formats............................................................................................................................................................... 5-3
Installing the Operating System or Setups........................................................................................................... 5-3
Installing a New Boot Block ................................................................................................................................... 5-4
Installing Sound ROM Options.............................................................................................................................. 5-4
Replacing the Battery...................................................................................................................................................... 5-5
PC2 Keyboard Models............................................................................................................................................. 5-5
Accessing the Battery ....................................................................................................................................... 5-5
Removing the Battery....................................................................................................................................... 5-5
Installing the Battery ........................................................................................................................................ 5-5
PC2R Rack Models................................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Accessing the Battery ....................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Removing the Battery....................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Installing the Battery ........................................................................................................................................ 5-6
Scanner Tests .................................................................................................................................................................... 5-7
PC2R Rack Models................................................................................................................................................... 5-7
Front Panel Buttons .......................................................................................................................................... 5-7
Alpha Wheel ...................................................................................................................................................... 5-7
Front Panel Knobs............................................................................................................................................. 5-7
PC2 Keyboard Models............................................................................................................................................. 5-8
Front Panel Buttons .......................................................................................................................................... 5-8
Alpha Wheel ...................................................................................................................................................... 5-8
Front Panel Sliders............................................................................................................................................ 5-8
Wheels ................................................................................................................................................................ 5-9
Keyboard ............................................................................................................................................................ 5-9
Switch Pedals 1, 2, and 3.................................................................................................................................. 5-9
Continuous Pedals 1 and 2 .............................................................................................................................. 5-9
Power Problems............................................................................................................................................................. 5-10
Dead ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5-10
Audio Problems............................................................................................................................................................. 5-10
No Audio................................................................................................................................................................. 5-10
Front Panel Problems.....................................................................................................................................................5-11
LCD not lit................................................................................................................................................................5-11
Buttons, Sliders or Controllers not working .......................................................................................................5-11
Keyboard Problems....................................................................................................................................................... 5-12
Dead Keyboard....................................................................................................................................................... 5-12
Dead Note(s) ........................................................................................................................................................... 5-12
One or More in a Section................................................................................................................................ 5-12
Mechanical Noise............................................................................................................................................ 5-12
PC2R Interconnect Diagram ........................................................................................................................................ 5-13
PC2 Interconnect Diagram........................................................................................................................................... 5-14

Chapter 6 Parts Lists


Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
PC2/PC2X Printed Circuit Boards and Assemblies............................................................................................ 6-1
PC2R Printed Circuit Boards and Assemblies ..................................................................................................... 6-2
PC2R/PC2/PC2X............................................................................................................................................................ 6-3
Engine Board, N012300051 ..................................................................................................................................... 6-3
PC2/PC2X ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6-5

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Front Panel Board, N012400052 ............................................................................................................................. 6-5
Connector Board, N012300061 ............................................................................................................................... 6-6
LCD Board, N012103800 ......................................................................................................................................... 6-8
Pitch & Mod Wheel Assembly, N012300053 ........................................................................................................ 6-8
Slider Board, N012400051 ....................................................................................................................................... 6-9
PC2 .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-9
Final Assembly, N012000150 .................................................................................................................................. 6-9
Keyboard Assembly, N215040311 ........................................................................................................................ 6-10
PC2X.................................................................................................................................................................................6-11
Final Assembly N012000151 ..................................................................................................................................6-11
Keyboard Assembly, N215040413........................................................................................................................ 6-12
PC2R................................................................................................................................................................................ 6-13
Connector Board, N01230004 ............................................................................................................................... 6-13
Front Panel Assembly, N012300070..................................................................................................................... 6-14
Left Front Panel Board, N012300080 ................................................................................................................... 6-14
Right Front Panel Board, N012300090................................................................................................................. 6-15
Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board, N012700019................................................................................ 6-15
LCD Board, N012103802 ....................................................................................................................................... 6-15
Final Assembly, N012000153 ................................................................................................................................ 6-16

Chapter 7 Schematics
Engine Board–Microprocessor (page 1 of 5)................................................................................................................ 7-3
Engine Board–Master/Slave Mabels (page 2 of 5) ..................................................................................................... 7-4
Engine Board–Lisa F/X 128Ch Option, Clocks (page 3 of 5).................................................................................... 7-5
Engine Board–Sound ROM, Uart, Glue, Decoupling (page 4 of 5).......................................................................... 7-6
Engine Board–Audio Channel, Muting Control (page 5 of 5) .................................................................................. 7-7
Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–FP Buttons and LEDs (page 1 of 2).......................................... 7-8
Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–IBBB Buttons and LEDs (page 2 of 2) ..................................... 7-9
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Scanner (page 1 of 3)................................................................................... 7-10
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Digital Interface (page 2 of 3) .....................................................................7-11
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Power Supply/Audio (page 3 of 3).......................................................... 7-12
Slider Board (keyboard models)–Sliders ................................................................................................................... 7-13
Right Front Panel Board (rack models)–FP Buttons and LEDs (page 1 of 2) ....................................................... 7-14
Left Front Panel Board (rack models)–Controllers, FP Buttons and LEDs (page 2 of 2) .................................... 7-15
Connector Board (rack models)–Scanner (page 1 of 3)............................................................................................ 7-16
Connector Board (rack models)–Digital Interface (page 2 of 3) ............................................................................. 7-17
Connector Board (rack models)–Power Supply/Audio (page 3 of 3) ................................................................... 7-18
Power/Volume/Headphone Board (rack models) .................................................................................................. 7-19

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Chapter 1
Introduction

This chapter provides the service technician with a layout of the front and rear panel features, as
well as a brief explanation of thier functions. For in-depth descriptions of the many features the
PC2 Series instruments include, consult the Musician’s Guide.

This chapter also includes a description of the models available in the PC2 Series and a
description of the symbols used throughout this manual.

Note: If possible, all user programs and setups should be saved prior to opening the unit,
entering the Boot Block to run diagnostics or to perform a hard reset. For instructions to save all
user programs and setups, see Saving User Data in Chapter 5, page 5-1.

Models
There are three models in the PC2 series. The available models are listed below.

• PC2, 76-note keyboard


• PC2X, 88-note keyboard
• PC2R, rack-mount

Notes, Cautions, Warnings


Please pay special attention to all Notes, Cautions, and Warnings used throughout this manual
as they not only point out specific instructions, but also alert you to differences between the
PC2R rack units, the 76-note PC2 keyboard, and the 88-note PC2X keyboard. Certain chapters
and sections are solely for the rack or keyboard units. Other chapters combine both the rack and
keyboard units.

A brief description of these symbols follows:

Note: Provides additional information, indicates differences between models, and emphasizes
specific instructions.

Caution: Instructs you to proceed cautiously so that damage does not occur to the unit or
individual components.

Warning: Alerts you so that damage does not occur to yourself, others, or external devices.

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PC2/PC2X

PC2/PC2X
PC2/PC2X Rear Panel

Power Digital Breath Ribbon


Connector Out Input Input

Power MIDI Pedals Inputs Audio Outs


Digital
I / 0 Adapter In Thru / Out Out Switch Continuous Breath Ribbon
In Thru / Out Out LCD
Contrast 1 2 3 1 2 Left Right Headphones

9.0V 2.0A
14.0V~0.25A

Power MIDI Switch Audio


Switch Ports Pedals Outs
MIDI LCD Continuous Headphones
Select Switch Contrast Control
Pedals

Figure 1-1 PC2 rear panel features

Rear Panel Features


Power Switch—Rocker switch to turn the power on and off.
Power Connector—Keyed four-pin connector to attach the Kurzweil 9VDC power adapter.

MIDI Select Switch—Slide switch to select the operation of the MIDI Thru/Out port. This
switch is recessed into the rear panel so that it cannot be accidentally changed.

MIDI Ports—In, Thru/Out, and Out ports to connect the PC2 to other MIDI devices to receive,
pass, and send MIDI data.

LCD Contrast—Rotary potentiometer to adjust the LCD for the best visibility.
Digital Out—RCA jack to connect to digital recorders and mixers.

Switch Pedals—Three 1/4” jacks to connect switch pedals that can be assigned to control
operations such as sustain, sostenuto, etc. (use 1/4” tip/sleeve).

Continuous Control Pedals—Two 1/4” jacks to connect pedals that can be assigned to control
operations such as volume, expression, etc. (use 10KΩ linear taper potentiometer, 1/4”
tip/ring/sleeve).

Breath Input—A 3.5mm jack to connect a standard breath controller.

Ribbon Input—Modular jack to connect the Kurzweil Ribbon Controller option.

Audio Outs—Balanced 1/4” left and right audio output jacks to connect to an amplifier, mixer
or sound system.

Headphones—Standard 1/4” jack to connect headphones.

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PC2/PC2X

PC2/PC2X Front Panel


Figure 1-2 is an illustration of the front panel for the PC2 and the PC2X. Enlargements of
sections of this illustration follow, as well as a brief description of the front panel features.

Alpha Wheel,
Zone Sound Minus (-) and Plus (+) buttons,
LCD and
Parameters Parameters System Alphanumeric keypad
cursor buttons
Zone Select and Assignable Controllers Zone Parameters Sound Parameters System Data Entry
MIDI Xmit Program Key Range Transpose Timbre Envelope LFO Global MIDI Recv Panic
Main Layer Split Split Layer
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Solo 1 2 3

Drawbar
Functions
Perc On / Off Volume Decay Pitch ABC DEF GHI
Toggle Velocity Controllers Arpeggiator Compare Copy Store
Master Split Point
Volume A B C D 4 5 6
EQ
JKL MNO PQR
Sound Source
Internal User Exp 1 Exp 2 7 8 9

STU VWX YZ
Octave Shift
SW1 Sound / Setup Select Effects and Reverb +/- 0 Clear

Rotary Internal MIDI KB3 UPPER / lower 0 - 9 Space


Fast / Slow Voices Setups Mode Piano 1 Piano 2 E Piano 1 E Piano 2 Pop Keys Clavier Organ Brass FX-A Select Wet / Dry
SW2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cancel Enter
H Chorus / Vib Previous Next Mute A No Yes
L M i On / Off Group Group Strings Voices Synths Pads Guitar Bass Drums Percussion FX-B Select FX Mode
o i g
SW3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
w d h
16' 5 1/3' 8' 4' Chorus / Vib Mute B
2 2/3' 2' 1 3/5' 1 1/3' Depth Demo

Effects
and
Master Sound/Setup Reverb
Volume Select
Sound Sound/Setup
Source Select

Figure 1-2 PC2/PC2X Front Panel layout

Front Panel Features

Zone Select and Assignable Controllers

Main Layer Split Split Layer


Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Solo

Perc On / Off Volume Decay Pitch Drawbar


Master Split Point Toggle
Volume A B C D
EQ

Octave Shift
SW1

Rotary
Fast / Slow
SW2
H Chorus / Vib
L M i On / Off
o i g
h SW3
w d
16' 5 1/3' 8' 4' Chorus / Vib
2 2/3' 2' 1 3/5' 1 1/3' Depth

Figure 1-3 Master Volume, Zone Select and Assignable Controllers section

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PC2/PC2X

Master Volume—Slidepot to adjust the overall volume.

Zone Select and Assignable Controllers—The operation of the buttons and sliders in this
section depends on which of the three performance modes is active. Their labelling is color-
coded to identify their function in each of the performance modes. They are labelled as follows:
white–Internal Voices mode, blue–MIDI Setups mode, and orange–KB3 mode.

Zone Parameters Sound Parameters System


MIDI Xmit Program Key Range Transpose Timbre Envelope LFO Global MIDI Recv Panic

Functions
Velocity Controllers Arpeggiator Compare Copy Store

Sound Source
Internal User Exp 1 Exp 2

Figure 1-4 PC2 Front Panel, center section

LCD—Forty-character, two-line liquid crystal display.

Cursor buttons—These buttons move the cursor bar in the LCD. Generally, they select bank and
program ID parameters and some KB3 settings.

Zone Parameters—Each button in this section represents a menu of available parameters for use
while editing setups.
Sound Source—Each button in this section selects a bank of programs or setups for each of the
performance modes.

Sound Parameters—Each button in this section represents a menu of available parameters for
use while editing programs in the Internal Voices and KB3 modes.
Functions—Use the buttons in this section while editing programs or settings to compare
between an original and a modified setup or program, copy sections from one setup to another,
and begin the process to store the changes.

System—The three buttons in this section select parameters that affect the entire unit. The
Global button opens a menu of parameters such as: checking the version of the operating
system, available memory, performing a reset, dumping all objects, and running MIDIScope.
The MIDI Receive button opens a menu to configure individual MIDI channels. The Panic
button sends an All Notes Off message to the PC2 and the MIDI Out port. On power up, the
Panic button is also used to enter the boot block to perform diagnostics, operating system
updates, etc.

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PC2/PC2X

Sound / Setup Select Effects and Reverb


Internal MIDI KB3
Voices Setups Mode Piano 1 Piano 2 E Piano 1 E Piano 2 Pop Keys Clavier Organ Brass FX-A Select Wet / Dry
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Previous Next Mute A


Group Group Strings Voices Synths Pads Guitar Bass Drums Percussion FX-B Select FX Mode
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Mute B
Demo

Figure 1-5 Sound/Setup Select and Effects and Reverb sections

Sound/Setup Select—Three groups of buttons are included in this section. Use the buttons in
the first group to select one of the three performance modes: Internal Voices, MIDI Setups, or
KB3 Mode. The second group, Previous Group and Next Group, is for use in the Internal Voices
and MIDI Setups modes only. Depending on which mode you’re in, they select the previous or
next group of programs or setups. Use the buttons in the third group, labelled 1–16, to select a
category of Internal Voice programs or MIDI setups. In KB3 Mode, use these buttons to select
one of the 16 KB3 programs.

Effects and Reverb—Use the buttons in this section to select from two blocks of effects to apply
effects and reverb to programs and setups.

Data Entry

1 2 3

ABC DEF GHI

4 5 6

JKL MNO PQR

7 8 9

STU VWX YZ

+/- 0 Clear

UPPER / lower 0 - 9 Space

Cancel Enter

No Yes

Figure 1-6 Data Entry section

Data Entry—This section contains the Alpha Wheel, Minus (-) and Plus (+) buttons, and the
Alphanumeric keypad. Use the Alpha Wheel or the Minus (-) and Plus (+) buttons to increase or
decrease a value. Use the buttons in the Alphanumeric keypad to enter text, numbers, spaces,
etc. This section also includes the Cancel (No) and Enter (Yes) buttons.

Mod/Pitch Wheel Assembly (not shown)—Use the two wheels to vary modulation and pitch.
Also included on the assembly is the SW4 and SW5 switches for use in the Internal Voices and
MIDI Setups modes.

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Introduction
PC2R

PC2R
PC2R Rear Panel

L R In Thru Out

PC2R
® Power In
Digital Out THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15
OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO
Serial No. Thru / Out CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE
Model: PC2R
Manufacturer: Young Chang Co., Ltd. Audio Outs MIDI 9.0V 2.0A
HARMFUL INTERFERENCE
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
Designed in USA Made in R.O.K. 14.0V~0.25A

MIDI
Audio Digital Select Switch
Outs Out
MIDI Power
Ports In

Figure 1-7 PC2R rear panel

Rear Panel Features


Audio Outs—Balanced 1/4” left and right audio output jacks to connect to an amplifier, mixer
or sound system.

Digital Out—RCA jack to connect to digital recorders and mixers.


MIDI Ports—In, Thru/Out, and Out ports to connect the PC2 to other MIDI devices to receive,
pass, and send MIDI data.

MIDI Select Switch—Slide switch to select the operation of the MIDI Thru/Out port.
Power In—Keyed four-pin connector to attach the Kurzweil 9VDC power adapter.

PC2R Front Panel


Figure 1-8 is an illustration of the front panel for the PC2R. Enlargements of sections of this
illustration follow, as well as a brief description of the front panel features.

Power/
Volume Performance Edit Modes
PUSHPWR
VOL
Performance Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
PC2R Edit Modes
Solo Main Layer Split Split Layer Edit / Store Group / Menu Compare Copy Internal Voices KB3 MIDI Setups

Rotary Fast / Slow Perc On / Off Volume Decay Pitch Panic


Shift A B C D Cancel Enter FX MIDI Receive Global
16' 5 1/3' 8' 4'

2 2/3' 2' 1 3/5' 1 1/3'


Drawbar Toggle 1' Pre-Amp Chorus / Vib Chorus / Vib No Yes Demo
On / Off Depth

Headphones LCD LCD


Contrast

Figure 1-8 PC2R Front Panel

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Introduction
PC2R

Front Panel Features


Power/Volume—Push to turn the power on/off and turn it to adjust the volume.
Headphones—Standard 1/4” jack to connect headphones.

Performance section—The buttons and knobs in this section are multi-function and their
operation depends on which performance mode is active (Internal Voices, KB3, or MIDI Setups).
Their labelling is color-coded to identify their operation for each of the performance modes.
They are labelled as follows: white–Internal Voices mode, blue–MIDI Setups mode, and
orange–KB3 mode.

VOL
PUSHPWR
Performance Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
Solo Main Layer Split Split Layer

Rotary Fast / Slow Perc On / Off Volume Decay Pitch


Shift A B C D
16' 5 1/3' 8' 4'

2 2/3' 2' 1 3/5' 1 1/3'


Drawbar Toggle 1' Pre-Amp Chorus / Vib Chorus / Vib
On / Off Depth

Figure 1-9 Power/Volume, Headphones and Performance section

The top row of buttons are for use in each of the three performance modes. The button LEDs are
tri-colored: Red, Green, and Amber. The function of a button depends on which performance
mode is active and the LED color. In the Internal Voices mode, use these buttons to enter
AutoSplit mode to add layers and splits. In MIDI Setups mode, use these buttons to solo a zone
or select a zone for viewing or editing. In KB3 mode, these buttons control the effects for the
current KB3 program. Figure 1-9 is an enlargement of the Performance section. An example of
the operation of the Split button in each performance mode follows:

Internal Voices mode, selecting the Split button switches to AutoSplit mode and adds a
new sound below a preset split point.

MIDI Setups mode (Zone 3), selecting the Split button selects Zone 3.
KB3 mode (Decay), selecting the Split button switches between fast and slow decay for
the percussion effect.

The bottom row includes the Shift button and Knobs A–D. The Shift button controls the
operation of Knobs A–D. The Shift button LED is also tri-colored (green, amber, and red). The
function of Knobs A–D depends on which performance mode is active and the LED color. In
Internal Voices or MIDI Setups mode, Knobs A–D control parameters and settings. In KB3
Mode, Knobs A–D control such functions as drawbar lengths, etc.

Edit section—Use the eight buttons and the Alpha Wheel in this section to select programs and
setups, and editing functions. Turn the Alpha Wheel to scroll through menus and categories to
select a program or parameter. In Internal Voices and KB3 mode, use the Left and Right cursor
buttons to select bank and program ID parameters, as well as some KB3 settings. While editing
use these buttons to make selections.

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Introduction
PC2R

Edit
Edit / Store Group / Menu Compare Copy

Cancel Enter

No Yes

Figure 1-10 Edit section

Select the Edit/Store button to enter the edit mode for the current performance mode to edit
programs, setups, etc. To save the changes, press the Edit/Store button again to enter the save
dialog. In a performance mode, press the Group/Menu button to select a category of programs
or setups. In edit mode, press the Group/Menu button to view the menu of parameters.

When editing, the Compare button lets you hear the difference between an original and a
modified setup or program. The Copy button allows you to copy sections from one setup to
another. The Cancel (No) button exits an edit mode or answers no. In a performance mode, the
Enter (Yes) button selects a program or setup and answers yes. In an edit mode, press Enter to
enter menus for editing.
Modes section—Use the buttons in this section to select one of the three performance modes:
Internal Voices, KB3, or MIDI Setups. Three special mode buttons (FX, MIDI Receive, and
Global) are also included in this section. The special mode buttons perform as follows: press the
FX button to enter the effect edit mode, press the MIDI Receive button to configure individual
MIDI channels, and press the Global button to select parameters that change the entire PC2R.
Many helpful parameters are included in the Global menu such as: the operating system
version, available memory, reset, dumping all objects, and MIDIScope.

Modes
Internal Voices KB3 MIDI Setups

Panic
FX MIDI Receive Global

Demo

Figure 1-11 Modes section and LCD Contrast

The Modes section also contains buttons to select the Panic function and Demo mode. These
buttons are not individual buttons. They are selected by simultaneously pressing two buttons.
To select the Panic function to send an All Notes Off message, simultaneously press the KB3 and
the MIDI Setups buttons. To enter the Demo mode, simultaneously press the MIDI Receive
and the Global buttons. Flashing LEDs in the Performance section indicate the location of the
stored demos.

LCD Contrast—Rotary potentiometer to adjust the LCD for the best visibility.

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Chapter 2
Diagnostics

Diagnostic Tests
The following lists the diagnostic tests available for the PC2 Series.

• ROM
• Read-write
• RAM
• MABEL
• LISA
• Sound ROM
• ZRAM
• MIDI
• LED

If a PCX-1 Board is installed, the following tests are also available:

• PCX-1 ROM
• PCX-1 RW
• PCX-1 RAM
• PCX-1 MABEL
• PCX-1 SROM

Warning: Some diagnostic tests erase user programs and setups. If possible, be sure to save all
user programs and setups, before entering diagnostics. For instructions, refer to Saving User Data
in Chapter 5, page 5-1.

2-1
Diagnostics
Entering Diagnostics

Entering Diagnostics
1. Apply power to the unit. When the Please wait... message appears in the LCD,
quickly press and release the Panic button for PC2 keyboard units or the Edit button for
PC2R rack units. The LCD should display the following:

Main menu
Install engine

Figure 2-1 LCD example, entering diagnostics

2. Press either the Left or Right cursor button until Run diagnostics appears in the LCD.

3. Press the Enter button.

4. The LCD displays the following:

Main menu
Run one test

Figure 2-2 LCD example, diagnostic main menu

5. Press Enter to select the run one test mode. To select the run burn-in test mode, press
either the Left or Right cursor button then press the Enter button to begin the tests.

Diagnostic Test Modes


Run One Test
Run One Test allows you to select an individual test, or to step through and run each available
test. To step through the different tests, use the Left or Right cursor button. Press the Enter
button to select the test.

Select test to run


ROM test

Figure 2-3 LCD example, Run One Test

2-2
Diagnostics
Test Results

At the completion of a test, whether pass or fail, press the Cancel button to exit the test. Press
either the Left of Right cursor button to advance to the next test or another test in the sequence.

At the completion of a test, press the Cancel button to return to the test menu. To exit
diagnostics, turn the power off and on to return to normal operation.

Run Burn-in
Burn-in continuously runs the following sequence of tests.

• ROM
• Read-write
• Sound ROM
• ZRAM
• MIDI
If a PCX-1 Board is installed, the sequence of tests is as follows:
• ROM
• Read-write
• MIDI
• PCX-1 ROM
• PCX-1 read

The LCD displays the test results at the completion of each test. To stop the burn-in process and
view the test results for each test run, press the Cancel button. Use the Left or Right cursor
button to scroll through the results of each test.

To exit Run Burn-in and return to the main menu, press the Cancel button. To exit diagnostics,
turn the power off and on to return to normal operation.

Note: If a PCX-1 Board is installed, you must cycle the power after running the SROM or PCX-1
SROM tests. If you do not cycle the power, some tests may not run properly.

Test Results
The top line of the LCD displays the test name to the left and test result to the right. Additional
information, if any, is displayed on the bottom line of the LCD.

At the completion of an individual test, the LCD displays the test results. An expected result is
Pass, Fail, or Not Run.

If a failure occurs, the LCD displays Fail. To the right of Fail, two characters can be displayed in
parenthesis. These characters indicate the type of failure. If the test fails a (t) is displayed. If a
hardware error occurs an (H) is displayed.

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Diagnostics
Description of Tests

Description of Tests
ROM
This test checks the software data (engine, boot, and setups) stored in FlashROM on the Engine
Board.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with the Flash ROM chip (U5 on the Engine Board),
associated circuitry, or the Engine Board.

Read-write
This test is a combination of the RAM, MABEL and LISA tests. The Read-write test writes data
to RAM and the MABEL and LISA registers then confirms that the data written can be read back
successfully.

A failure of this test indicates a problem with the Engine Board.

RAM
The RAM test writes to the microprocessor RAM space and verifies that the write was
successful.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with the RAM or related circuitry on the Engine
Board.

MABEL
This test performs a read-write of the MABEL registers and verifies that the data written can be
read back successfully.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with a MABEL, related circuitry or the Engine
Board.

LISA
This test confirms that the Lisa chip (U15) is properly installed and successfully interfacing with
the microprocessor.

A failure of this test indicates a problem with Lisa, related circuitry or the Engine Board.

Sound ROM
This test confirms that the Sound ROMs can be read by the MABELs by performing a checksum
of the Sound ROMs. The computed checksum is then compared to the stored checksum.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with a Sound ROM (U19 or U20), or the Engine
Board.

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Diagnostics
Description of Tests

ZRAM
This test performs a quick read-write of the internal RAM and verifies that the data was
successfully written and retained.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with the RAM or the Engine Board.

MIDI
The MIDI test performs a loop-back of the serial port by sending a 23-byte pattern over the
external MIDI link. This test requires a MIDI loop (a MIDI cable that connects two MIDI jacks).
The test will fail if a MIDI cable is not connected between two MIDI jacks. Be sure to run this test
with MIDI cables connected as follows:

Note: Be sure to use a known working MIDI cable!

1. Connect a MIDI cable to the MIDI In and MIDI out jacks and run the test.
2. Connect a MIDI cable to the MIDI In and MIDI Out/Thru jack and set the Out/Thru
switch on the rear panel to Out. Run the test.

A failure of this test could be caused by failure of the serial port, other MIDI circuitry, or a
problem on the Connector Board or the Engine Board.

LED
This test lights all the front panel LEDs. To complete the test and obtain the test result, press the
Cancel button. When the Cancel button is pressed the LEDs shut off and the test result is shown.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with the Front Panel Board(s), related circuitry or
the Connector Board.

PCX-1 ROM
This test checks the software data (engine, boot, and setups) stored in FlashROM on the PCX-1
Board.

Failure of this test may indicate a problem with the Flash ROM chip (U5 on the PCX-1 Board),
associated circuitry, or the PCX-1 Board.

PCX-1 RW
This test is a combination of the RAM, MABEL and LISA tests. This test writes data to RAM and
the MABEL and LISA registers then confirms that the data written can be read back successfully.

A failure of this test indicates a problem with the PCX-1 Board.

PCX-1 RAM
The PCX-1 RAM test writes to the microprocessor RAM space and verifies that the write was
successful.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with the RAM or related circuitry on the PCX-1
Board.

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Diagnostics
Description of Tests

PCX-1 MABEL
This test performs a read-write of the MABEL registers and verifies that the data written can be
read back successfully.

A failure of this test may indicate a problem with a MABEL, associated circuitry or the PCX-1
Board.

PCX-1 SROM
The PCX-1 SROM test verifies that the PCX-1 MABELs can read the Sound ROMs by performing
a checksum of the Sound ROMs. The computed checksum is then compared to the stored
checksum.

A failure of this test indicates a problem with a Sound ROM (U15 or U16) or the PCX-1 Board.

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Chapter 3
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly

Introduction
This chapter contains all the procedures for the disassembly and reassembly for the PC2R—as
well as instruments with factory-installed or after-market options.

Warning: If possible, save all user programs and setups before disassembly. For instructions,
refer to Saving User Data in Chapter 5, page 5-1.

Cables, Connectors

Flat Ribbon Cables


All flat ribbon cables with connectors are keyed, and therefore cannot be reversed. Most flat
ribbon cables have locking cable clips. Be sure to reapply the clips when connecting cables. Flat
ribbon cables that connect to picoflex connectors do not have locking cable clips.

Some flat ribbon cables have exposed wires that insert directly into a wire trap connector. When
disconnecting and connecting these cables, you must look for the marking on the edge of the
cable denoting Pin 1 and be sure that you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board.

Cable Routing
In some cases, tape secures cable connections or fastens cables to the bottom enclosure. Always
peel back the tape from one side when disconnecting cables so that the tape remains properly
positioned.

Required Tools and Materials


• No. 1 Phillips head screwdriver
• No. 2 Phillips head screwdriver
• Small flat screwdriver
• Needle-nose pliers

3-1
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Opening the PC2R


Removing the Top Cover
Before you begin disassembly, please be sure that the power is off, and that the AC power
adapter and all other cables are disconnected.

The top cover is secured to the PC2R with seven screws: three on the top, one on each side, and
two on the rear. See Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1 PC2R top cover

1. Remove the seven screws that secure the top cover.

Figure 3-2 Removing the top cover

2. Refer to Figure 3-2. Slide the top cover back from the Front Panel Assembly to release the
top cover from the bottom enclosure, and place the top cover safely aside to avoid
damage.

Replacing the Top Cover


1. Place the top cover in position and slide it toward the Front Panel Assembly.

2. Install the seven screws that secure the top cover. See Figure 3-1.

3-2
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Removing the Connector Board


1. Following Steps 2– 5, disconnect the cables listed in Table 3-1.

Ref. Name Cable Type Destination


J301 PC2 Power stranded wire Engine Board
J302 PC2R Audio In flat ribbon Engine Board
J303 MIDI/CPU flat ribbon Engine Board
J304 Front Panel flat ribbon Right Front Panel Board
J322 FP/Vol/Pwr/Hp stranded wire Headphone/Vol/Pwr Sw Board

Table 3-1 Connector Board cables

2. Disconnect the stranded wire cable from J301 on the Connector Board.

3. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J304. Be sure to set
the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it when you reconnect the cable.

4. Disconnect the stranded wire cable from J322.

5. The flat ribbon cables connected to J302 and J303 use wire trap connectors. The shielding
has been removed from these cables to expose the wires. The wires are directly inserted
into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Connector Board.

6. Remove the two screws that secure the MIDI jacks to the rear panel.

7. Remove the two nuts that secure the 1/4” audio out jacks to the rear panel.

8. Remove the three screws that secure the Connector Board to the bottom enclosure.

Caution: VR1 on the Connector Board is attached to the heat sink. When you remove the
Connector Board and heat sink, be sure to keep the board and heat sink stable so that you
do not damage VR1 or its connection.

9. Remove the four screws that secure the heat sink to the bottom enclosure.

10. Slide the Connector Board and heat sink away from the rear panel and toward the Front
Panel Assembly. This will free the jacks and MIDI switch from their positions on the rear
panel.

11. Tilt up the rear panel edge of the Connector Board and heat sink. Carefully lift the board
and heat sink out of the PC2R, and place them on a flat protected surface.

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PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Replacing the Connector Board


1. Tilt down the inner edge (closest to the Front Panel Assembly) of the Connector Board and
heat sink, and place it flat on to the bottom enclosure.

2. Slide the Connector Board and heat sink toward the rear panel so that the jacks and MIDI
switch are positioned through their openings in the rear panel.

3. Install the four screws that secure the heat sink to the bottom enclosure.

4. Install the three screws that secure the Connector Board to the bottom enclosure.

5. Install the two screws that secure the MIDI jacks to the rear panel.

6. Install the two nuts that secure the 1/4” audio out jacks to the rear panel.

7. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Engine Board into the wire trap connector at
J302 on the Connector Board.

Insert the ten-wire flat ribbon cable from the Engine Board into the wire trap connector at
J303 on the Connector Board.

8. Connect the stranded wire cable from the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board to
J322.

9. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Right Front Panel Board to J304. Be sure to install
the cable locking clip.

10. Connect the stranded wire cable from the Engine Board to J301.

3-4
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Removing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)


The Polyphony Expansion Board is mounted onto the Engine Board and held in place with four
nylon PC board standoffs and a 24-pin female connector on the underside of the board. It is also
secured to the bottom enclosure with two screws.

1. Remove the two screws that secure the PCX-1 Board to the bottom enclosure.

2. Squeeze the top of one of the four nylon PC board standoffs, and lift the corner of the
board until it clears that standoff. Repeat for the other three standoffs.

3. When the board is free of the standoffs, lift the board straight up to disconnect the 24-pin
connector from the Engine Board.

24-pin female connector


on PCX-1 board

24-pin male header


on Engine board

Figure 3-3 Removing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)

Replacing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)


There are two cables routed underneath the PCX-1 Board: a flat ribbon cable from the LCD to
the Engine Board, and a stranded wire cable from the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch
Board to the Connector Board. Before you replace the PCX-1 Board, be certain that these cables
are properly positioned.

1. Place the PCX-1 Board over the four standoffs. This should properly position the 24-pin
connector over the 24-pin header on the Engine Board.

2. Press the PCX-1 Board down, securing the 24-pin connector, and snapping the board onto
the standoffs.

Note: If you are installing a new PCX-1 Board, check the old board for Sound ROM
options. If the unit has Sound ROM options, be sure to install them on the new board.

3. Install the two screws that secure the PCX-1 Board to the bottom enclosure.

3-5
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Removing the Engine Board


1. If the PC2R you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board installed, remove it following the
procedure described on page 3-5.

2. Following Steps 3–6, disconnect the cables listed in Table 3-2.

Ref. Name Cable Type Destination


J304 Front Panel flat ribbon RIght Front Panel to Connector
J402 PC2 Power stranded wire Connector Board
J403 MIDI/CPU flat ribbon Connector Board
J405 Backlight stranded wire LCD Board
J406 LCD flat ribbon LCD Board
J412 PC2 Audio Out flat ribbon Connector Board

Table 3-2 Engine Board cables

3. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J304 on the
Connector Board. Be sure to set the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it
when you reconnect the cable.
4. The flat ribbon cables connected to J403 and J412 use wire trap connectors. The shielding
has been removed from these cables to expose the wires. The wires are directly inserted
into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Engine Board.

5. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from location J406 on
the Engine Board. Be sure to set the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it
when you reconnect the cable.

6. Disconnect the stranded wire cables from locations J402 and J405 on the Engine Board.

7. Remove the five screws that secure the Engine Board to the bottom enclosure and remove
the Engine Board.

Replacing the Engine Board


1. Place the Engine Board on the bottom enclosure.

2. Install the five screws that secure the Engine Board to the bottom enclosure.

3. Connect the stranded wire cable from the Connector Board to J402.

4. Connect the stranded wire cable from the LCD Board to J405.

5. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the LCD Board to J406. Be sure to install the cable
locking clip.

6. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

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PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2R

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap
connector at J412 on the Engine Board.

Insert the ten-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap connector
at J403 on the Engine Board.
7. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Right Front Panel Board to J304 on the Connector
Board. Be sure to install the cable locking clip.

8. If you removed a PCX-1 Board, install it following the procedure on page 3-5.

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PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Front Panel Assembly


The Front Panel Assembly consists of the front panel faceplate, a mounting bracket for the front
panel boards, and four printed circuit boards. The boards mounted on the Front Panel Assembly
are the Right Front Panel, LCD, Left Front Panel, and Headphone/Volume/Power Switch.

Removing the Front Panel Assembly


Refer to Figure 3-4. The bottom edge of the Front Panel Assembly and front edge of the bottom
enclosure connect to form a lip.

Lip

Figure 3-4 Front Panel Assembly and bottom enclosure

1. Tilt up the front edge of the PC2R.

2. Using a #1 screwdriver, remove the four screws that secure the Front Panel Assembly to
the bottom enclosure.

Note: Before continuing, be sure that you have a soft surface to rest the Front Panel
Assembly on so that the front panel switches, jacks, and rotary potentiometers are not
damaged.

3. Slide the Front Panel Assembly forward and away from the bottom enclosure.

Caution: There are four cables connected to the Front Panel Assembly. You do not need to
disconnect these cables.

Replacing the Front Panel Assembly


1. Position the Front Panel Assembly so that its bottom edge is under the front edge of the
bottom enclosure.

2. Tilt up the front edge of the PC2R and install the four black flat head machine screws.

3-8
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Removing the Front Panel Faceplate


Note: If the service you are performing only requires that you have access to the front
panel boards for component testing, component replacement or installing a replacement
board, it is not necessary to remove the front panel faceplate. Refer to the procedure for
the front panel board you need to remove and follow the steps described.

1. Follow the procedure to remove the Front Panel Assembly.

2. Refer to Figure 3-5 on page 3-10. Four flat head machine screws secure the front panel
faceplate to the Front Panel Assembly. These screws are located along the top of the Front
Panel Assembly.

Using a #1 screwdriver, remove the four screws.

3. Place the front panel faceplate safely aside to avoid accidental damage.

Replacing the Front Panel Faceplate


1. Position the front panel faceplate onto the Front Panel Assembly.

Note: Verify that the rotary potentiometers, jacks, and switch button caps are correctly
positioned through their openings in the front panel faceplate. Turn the rotary
potentiometers to be sure that they move freely; and push the switch button caps to be
sure that their corresponding switches click.

2. Install the four flat head machine screws that secure the front panel faceplate to the Front
Panel Assembly.

Front Panel Boards


The front panel boards are secured to a mounting bracket. This bracket is secured to the front
panel faceplate.

If the service you are performing only requires that you have access to the front panel boards for
component testing, component replacement or installing a replacement board, it is not necessary
to remove the front panel faceplate or remove the boards from the mounting bracket.

Figure 3-5 shows the position of the boards on the Front Panel Assembly and the placement of
the front panel faceplate screws located above the boards. Refer to the procedure for the front
panel board you need to remove and follow the steps described.

3-9
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

crews
late s
facep

Headphone/Volume/
Power Switch Board
Left Front
Panel Board
LCD
Board

Right Front
Panel Board

Figure 3-5 Front panel faceplate screw locations

Removing the Right Front Panel Board


1. Remove the Front Panel Assembly, as described on page 3-8. It is not necessary to
disconnect all the cables that connect the Front Panel Assembly boards to boards located
on the bottom enclosure.

2. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J601 on the Right
Front Panel Board.

3. Disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J602. This cable uses a picoflex molex connector. To
disconnect it, grip the connector and pull it out straight.

Caution: Do not wiggle the connector back and forth. Doing so, could cause damage to
the header.

Note: Be aware of the marking (red or black) on the cable that indicates the connection to
Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to Pin 1 when you replace the
board.

4. It is not necessary to remove the front panel faceplate to remove the Right Front Panel
Board. Two of the screws that secure the front panel faceplate to the Front Panel Assembly
are located above the Right Front Panel Board. Refer to Figure 3-5 and remove the two
screws.

5. Remove the three screws that secure the Right Front Panel Board to the mounting bracket,
and remove the Right Front Panel Board.

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PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Replacing the Right Front Panel Board


1. Place the Right Front Panel Board in position on the mounting bracket and line up the
screw holes.

Note: Verify that the rotary potentiometers and switch button caps are correctly
positioned through their openings in the front panel faceplate. Turn the rotary
potentiometers to be sure that they move freely; and push the switch button caps to be
sure that their corresponding switches click.

2. Install the three screws that secure the board to the mounting bracket.

3. Install the two screws that secure the front panel faceplate.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board to Right Front Panel Board,
location J601. Be sure to install the cable locking clip.
5. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Left Front Panel Board to the Right Front Panel
Board, location J602.

Caution: The side walls of the picoflex header are different. The Pin 1 side is slightly
wider than the other side; and the corresponding sides of the connector incorporate the
differences. When you connect the cable, be sure to orient the marking (red or black) on
the cable that indicates the connection to Pin 1 on the board to prevent damage to the
header or a failure caused by an improper connection.

6. Follow the procedure on page 3-8 to install the Front Panel Assembly.

Removing the LCD Board


1. Remove the Front Panel Assembly, as described on page 3-8. It is not necessary to
disconnect all the cables that connect the Front Panel Assembly boards to boards located
on the bottom enclosure.

2. Disconnect the stranded wire cable soldered to the LCD Board from location J405 on the
Engine Board.

3. Remove the locking cable clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable soldered to the LCD
Board from location J406 on the Engine Board. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1
Board installed, this cable is routed underneath the PCX-1 Board.

After you disconnect the cable, carefully slide it so that it is positioned close to the left
edge of the PCX-1 Board (left edge as viewed standing at the front panel). Gently pull the
cable toward the Front Panel Assembly to completely free it from underneath the PCX-1
Board.

4. It is not necessary to remove the front panel faceplate to remove the LCD Board. One
screw that secures the faceplate to the Front Panel Assembly is located above the LCD
Board. Refer to Figure 3-5 and remove the screw.

5. Remove the two screws that secure the LCD Board to the mounting bracket, and remove
the LCD.

3-11
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Replacing the LCD Board


1. Place the LCD Board in position over the mounting standoffs on the mounting bracket.

2. Install the two screws that secure the LCD Board to the mounting bracket.

3. Install the screw that secures the front panel faceplate to the Front Panel Assembly.

4. Connect the stranded wire cable from the LCD Board to location J405 on the Engine
Board.

5. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board installed, route the flat ribbon cable
beneath the board and connect it to location J406 on the Engine Board. Be sure to install
the cable locking clip.

6. Follow the procedure on page 3-8 to install the Front Panel Assembly.

Removing the Left Front Panel Board


1. Remove the Front Panel Assembly, as described on page 3-8. It is not necessary to
disconnect all the cables that connect the Front Panel Assembly boards to boards located
on the bottom enclosure.

2. Disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J603. This cable uses a picoflex molex connector. To
disconnect it, grip the connector and pull it out straight.

Caution: Do not wiggle the connector back and forth. Doing so, could cause damage to
the header.

Note: Be aware of the marking (red or black) on the cable that indicates the connection to
Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to Pin 1 when you replace the
board.

3. It is not necessary to remove the front panel faceplate to remove the Left Front Panel
Board. One screw that secures the front panel faceplate to the Front Panel Assembly is
located above the Left Front Panel Board. Refer to Figure 3-5 and remove the screw.

4. Remove the two screws that secure the Left Front Panel Board to the mounting bracket.

5. Refer to Figure 3-6. This illustration shows the location of a soldered connection between
the Left Front Panel and Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Boards. To remove the
board, desolder this connection from the Left Front Panel Board.

Note: This illustration shows the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board lying flat to
indicate the connection between it and the Left Front Panel Board. In its normal position,
it is perpendicular to the Left Front Panel Board.

3-12
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Left Front Panel Board HP/Vol/Pwr Sw


Board

J603

1
1
Circuit side J604 J1 J2

soldered
connection

Figure 3-6 Left Front Panel and Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board


connection

6. Remove the Left Front Panel Board.

Replacing the Left Front Panel Board


1. Place the Left Front Panel Board in position on the mounting bracket and line up the
screw holes.

2. Install the two screws that secure the board to the mounting bracket.

Note: Verify that the rotary potentiometers and switch button caps are correctly
positioned through their openings in the front panel faceplate. Turn the rotary
potentiometers to be sure that they move freely; and push the switch button caps to be
sure that their corresponding switches click.

3. Install the screw that secures the front panel faceplate.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Right Front Panel Board to the Left Front Panel
Board, location J603.

Caution: The side walls of the picoflex header are different. The Pin 1 side is slightly
wider than the other side; and the corresponding sides of the connector incorporate the
differences. When you connect the cable, be sure to orient the marking (red or black) on
the cable that indicates the connection to Pin 1 on the board to prevent damage to the
header, connector or a failure caused by an improper connection.

5. Refer to Figure 3-6. Solder the wire connection from the Headphone/Volume/Power
Switch Board to the location indicated on the Left Front Panel Board.

6. Follow the procedure on page 3-8 to install the Front Panel Assembly.

3-13
PC2R Disassembly/Assembly
Front Panel Assembly

Removing the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board


1. Remove the Front Panel Assembly, as described on page 3-8. It is not necessary to
disconnect all the cables that connect the Front Panel Assembly boards to boards located
on the bottom enclosure.

2. Follow the procedure on page 3-9 to remove the front panel faceplate.

3. Disconnect the stranded wire cable that connects the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch
Board to the Connector Board.

4. Remove the nut and flat washer that secure the headphone jack to the front panel
mounting plate.

5. Remove the volume knob.

6. Remove the nut and flat washer that secure the volume/power switch to the front panel
mounting plate.

7. Refer to Figure 3-6. This illustration shows the location of a soldered connection between
the Left Front Panel and Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Boards. To remove the
board, desolder this connection from the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board.

Note: This illustration shows the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board lying flat to
indicate the connection between it and the Left Front Panel Board. In its normal position,
it is perpendicular to the Left Front Panel Board.

8. Remove the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board.

Replacing the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board


1. Position the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board on the mounting bracket.

2. Install the nut and washer that secure the headphone jack to the mounting bracket.

3. Install the nut and washer that secure the volume/power switch to the mounting bracket.

4. Install the volume knob.

5. Refer to Figure 3-6. Solder the wire connection from the Left Front Panel Board to Pin 5 of
J2 on the Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board.

6. Follow the procedure on page 3-9 to install the front panel faceplate.

Note: Be sure that the Volume/Power Switch moves freely.

7. Follow the procedure on page 3-8 to install the Front Panel Assembly.

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Chapter 4
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly

Introduction
This chapter contains all the procedures for the disassembly and reassembly of both the 76-note
PC2 and the 88-note PC2X—as well as instruments with factory-installed or after-market
options. There are five main sections: Opening the PC2/PC2X, Top Enclosure, PC2 Keyboard
Assembly, and PC2X Keyboard Assembly.

Warning: If possible, save all user programs and setups before disassembly. For instructions,
refer to Saving User Data in Chapter 5, page 5-1.

Notes, Cautions, Warnings


Please pay special attention to all Notes, Cautions, and Warnings as they not only point out
specific instructions, but also alert you to differences between the 76-note PC2 keyboard and the
88-note PC2X keyboard.

Cables, Connectors

Flat Ribbon Cables


All flat ribbon cables with connectors are keyed, and therefore cannot be reversed. Most flat
ribbon cables have locking cable clips. Be sure to reapply the clips when connecting cables.

Some flat ribbon cables have exposed wires that insert directly into a wire trap connector. When
disconnecting and connecting these cables, you must look for the marking on the edge of the
cable denoting Pin 1 and be sure that you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board.

Cable Routing
In some cases, tape secures cable connections or fastens cables to the bottom enclosure. Always
peel back the tape from one side when disconnecting cables so that the tape remains properly
positioned.

Required Tools and Materials


• No. 1 Phillips head screwdriver
• No. 2 Phillips head screwdriver
• Small flat screwdriver
• Dowel (3mm diameter)
• Needle-nose pliers
• Small blunt-end tool (Q-Tip, toothpick, etc.)
• Foam blocks

4-1
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2/PC2X

Opening the PC2/PC2X


PC2 Bottom
Refer to Figure 4-1. Arrows indicate the locations of the enclosure support wall, endcap and rear
panel screws.

Keyboard
Endcap screws

Endcap screws
Enclosure support wall screws

Access panel
* *

Rear panel screws

Rear panel
*Endcap locking bracket screws

Figure 4-1 PC2 bottom enclosure

Caution: Do not remove the endcap or rear panel screws at this point of the procedure.

1. Tilt the PC2 up and remove the eight enclosure support wall screws.

2. Place the unit flat on your work surface.


3. Move the unit so that the rear panel portion of the unit hangs over the edge of your work
surface. This gives you access to the seven screws that secure the rear panel portion of the
top enclosure to the bottom enclosure. Remove the seven screws.

Note: Two of the rear panel screws also secure the rear panel portion of the access panel.
It is not necessary to remove the five remaining access panel screws.

4. Slide the unit back onto the work surface.

4-2
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2/PC2X

PC2X Bottom
Refer to Figure 4-2. Arrows indicate the locations of the enclosure support wall, endcap and rear
panel screws.

Keyboard
Endcap screws

Endcap screws
Enclosure support wall screws

Access panel
* *

Rear panel screws

Rear panel
*Endcap locking bracket screws

Figure 4-2 PC2X bottom enclosure

Caution: Do not remove the endcap or rear panel screws at this point of the procedure.

1. Tilt the PC2X up and remove the eight enclosure support wall screws.

2. Place the unit flat on your work surface.

3. Move the unit so that the rear panel portion of the unit hangs over the edge of your work
surface. This gives you access to the nine screws that secure the rear panel portion of the
top enclosure to the bottom enclosure. Remove the nine screws.

Note: Two of the rear panel screws also secure the rear panel edge of the access panel. It is
not necessary to remove the five remaining access panel screws.

4. Slide the unit back onto the work surface.

4-3
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2/PC2X

Removing the Top Enclosure


1. Depending on the unit you are servicing, follow the procedures described on page 4-2 for
the PC2 bottom or page 4-3 for the PC2X bottom.

2. Refer to Figure 4-3.

Note: Figure 4-3 is an illustration of the PC2 rear panel. An illustration of the PC2X has
not been included because the difference between the two is minimal. The quantity and
position of the endcap screws is identical.

3. Remove the four screws that secure the endcaps to the rear panel.

Endcap screws

Power MIDI Pedals Inputs Audio Outs


Digital

PC2
I / 0 Adapter In Thru / Out Out Switch Continuous Breath Ribbon
In Thru / Out Out LCD
Contrast 1 2 3 1 2 Left Right Headphones

9.0V 2.0A THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL Manufacturer: Young Chang Co., LTD.
14.0V~0.25A INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION. Made in ROK Serial No.

Endcap screws

Figure 4-3 PC2 rear panel

Caution: The following steps describe removing the left and right endcaps. To avoid
damage to the endcaps, be sure to hold onto each endcap when removing the screws.
When the endcap screws are removed, the endcap is free of the unit.

4. Refer to Figure 4-1 for the PC2 or Figure 4-2 for the PC2X. Move the unit so that one end
hangs over the edge of your work surface. Remove the four endcap screws from the
bottom enclosure. One of these screws secures the endcap locking bracket. When you
remove the endcap locking bracket screw, the bracket remains loosely in the endcap
assembly. Set the endcap safely aside. Repeat for the other endcap.

5. Refer to Figure 4-4. The bottom edge of the rear panel and back edge of the bottom
enclosure connect to form a lip. The rear panel screws secure the lip.

Note: Figure 4-4 is an illustration of the PC2. An illustration of the PC2X has not been
included because the difference between the two is minimal. The only difference is the
spacing and quantity of the rear panel screws. If you are servicing a PC2, there are seven
screws securing the rear panel portion of the top enclosure to the bottom enclosure. If you
are servicing a PC2X, there are nine screws.

4-4
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2/PC2X

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Lip

Figure 4-4 Top cover and bottom enclosure

Warning: Be sure to have your work surface prepared. This includes


placing foam blocks behind the unit. When the top enclosure is removed,
place it on the foam blocks to avoid damaging the Alpha Wheel, control
panel buttons, and sliders. The following procedure requires enough room
behind the rear of the unit to place the top enclosure face down on your
work surface.

6. Grip each end of the top enclosure and rotate it back approximately two inches. This
separates the bottom edges of the top enclosure and bottom enclosure.

7. Lift the top enclosure straight up.

8. Turn the top enclosure over and place it face down onto your work surface.

Caution: Table 4-1 lists the cables, by board location, from the top enclosure to the assembly
they connect to on the bottom enclosure. You do not need to disconnect these cables.

Top cover Assembly Bottom Enclosure


Connector Board Keyboard Assembly
Connector Board Keyboard Assembly
FP Board Button Board/Wheel Assembly
Connector Board Mod Wheel Assembly

Table 4-1 Top cover and bottom enclosure cables

4-5
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Opening the PC2/PC2X

Replacing the Top Enclosure


1. Position the top enclosure behind the bottom enclosure.

2. Move the top enclosure so that the bottom edge of the rear panel is positioned under the
bottom enclosure edge. See Figure 4-4 on page 4-5.

Note: Verify that the cables listed in Table 4-1 are lying flat on the bottom enclosure. Be
sure that all other cables are tucked between the top enclosure and the enclosure support
walls.

3. Hold the top enclosure safely in place and move the unit so that one end of the rear panel
edge hangs over the edge of your work surface and install the rear panel screw at that end.
Slide the unit back onto your work surface. Repeat for other end. Refer to Figure 4-1 for
the PC2 or Figure 4-2 for the PC2X.

Warning: Perform Steps 3 and 4 separately. Combining these steps could cause the top
enclosure to flip away from the bottom enclosure or off of your work surface.

4. Move the unit so that the rear panel edge of the unit hangs over the edge of your work
surface and install the remaining screws.

Note: If you are servicing a PC2, there are five remaining rear panel screws to install. If
you are servicing a PC2X, there are seven remaining screws.

Closing the PC2/PC2X


Warning: The following procedure assumes that you have completed Steps 3 and 4 in
Replacing the Top Enclosure. If you have not completed these steps, do so before continuing.

1. Refer to Figure 4-1 for the PC2 or Figure 4-2 for the PC2X. Tilt the unit up and install the
eight enclosure support wall screws.

2. Slide one side of the unit off of your work surface and hold the appropriate endcap in
position. Install the four endcap screws in the bottom enclosure. Repeat for the other
endcap.

3. Refer to Figure 4-3. Install the four endcap screws in the rear panel.

4-6
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Top Enclosure
The top enclosure includes five boards: Connector, Front Panel, LCD, Slider, and Engine. The
Right and Left Enclosure Support Walls are also included on the top enclosure. Figure 4-5 shows
the placement of the enclosure support walls. Figure 4-6 shows the placement of the boards.

Left Enclosure Support Wall

Right Enclosure Support Wall

Figure 4-5 Top enclosure, enclosure support walls

Engine Board

Slider Board

LCD Board

Front Panel Board

Connector Board

Figure 4-6 Top enclosure, board locations

4-7
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Removing the Enclosure Support Walls

Left Enclosure Support Wall


1. Remove the four screws that secure the left enclosure support wall to the top enclosure,
and remove the left enclosure support wall.

Right Enclosure Support Wall


1. Remove the six screws that secure the right enclosure support wall to the top enclosure,
and remove the right enclosure support wall.

Replacing the Enclosure Support Walls

Left Enclosure Support Wall


1. Align the center screw holes of the three-hole groupings in the left enclosure support wall
with the thread marks in the extrusion.

2. Install the four screws that secure the left enclosure support wall to the top enclosure.

Right Enclosure Support Wall


1. Align the center screw holes of the three-hole groupings in the right enclosure support
wall with the thread marks in the extrusion.
2. Install the six screws that secure the right enclosure support wall to the top enclosure.

Removing the Connector Board


1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the right enclosure support wall.
2. Following Steps 3–5, disconnect the cables listed in Table 4-2.

Ref. Name Cable Type Destination


J301 PC2 Power stranded wire Engine Board
J302 Audio flat ribbon Engine Board
J303 MIDI/CPU flat ribbon Engine Board
J304 Front Panel flat ribbon Front Panel Board
J305 Slider flat ribbon Slider Board
J306 Treble flat ribbon Keyboard Assembly
J307 Bass flat ribbon Keyboard Assembly
J308 Wheels flat ribbon Mod Wheel Assembly

Table 4-2 Connector Board cables

3. Disconnect the stranded wire cable from J301 on the Connector Board.

4-8
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

4. Remove the cable locking clips and disconnect the flat ribbon cables from J304, J306, and
J307. Be sure to set the cable locking clips safely aside so that you can install them when
you reconnect the cables.

Note: The cables used throughout the PC2/PC2X are bundled and routed so that their
locations and destinations seem obvious. However, to avoid reversing the Bass and Treble
cables when reconnecting, mark one or both cables designating B for Bass and T for
Treble.

5. The flat ribbon cables connected to J302, J303, J305, and J308 use wire trap connectors. The
shielding has been removed from the end of these cables to expose the wires. The wires
are directly inserted into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Connector Board.

6. Remove the five screws that secure the Connector Board to the rear panel. Two of these
screws are longer than the others and have spacers located between the screw and the rear
panel. See Figure 4-7 for the locations of the screws and spacers.

Note: Do not remove any other hardware from this portion of the rear panel.

Power MIDI Pedals Inputs Audio Outs


Digital
I / 0 Adapter In Thru / Out Out Switch Continuous Breath Ribbon
In Thru / Out Out LCD
Contrast 1 2 3 1 2 Left Right Headphones

9.0V 2.0A
14.0V~0.25A

MIDI jack screws

* *
* longer screws with spacers

Figure 4-7 Rear panel hardware locations

7. Remove the two screws that secure the MIDI jacks to the rear panel. See Figure 4-7.

8. Remove the Connector Board.

4-9
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Replacing the Connector Board


1. Hold the Connector Board and position it so that the power switch, LCD Contrast
potentiometer, and the rear panel jacks are correctly positioned through the rear panel
portion of the top enclosure.

2. Install the two screws that secure the MIDI jacks to the rear panel. See Figure 4-7.

3. Install the five screws that secure the Connector Board to the rear panel. Be sure to place a
spacer and use one of the longer screws at the locations noted in Figure 4-7.

4. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Engine Board into the wire trap connector at
J302 on the Connector Board.

Insert the seven-wire flat ribbon cable from the Slider Board into the wire trap connector
at J305 on the Connector Board.

Insert the six-wire flat ribbon cable from the Mod Wheel Assembly into the wire trap
connector at J308 on the Connector Board.

Insert the ten-wire flat ribbon cable from the Engine Board into the wire trap connector at
J303 on the Connector Board.

5. Connect the flat ribbon cables from the Keyboard Assembly to J306 and J307. Be sure to
install a cable locking clip on each connector.

6. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the Front Panel Board to J304 on the Connector Board.
Be sure to install a cable locking clip on the connector.

7. Connect the stranded wire cable from the Engine Board to J301 on the Connector Board.

8. Follow the procedure on page 4-8 to install the right enclosure support wall.

Removing the Front Panel Board


1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the right enclosure support wall.

2. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the Connector Board.

3. Following Steps 4 and 5, disconnect the cables listed in Table 4-3.

4-10
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Ref. Name Cable Type Destination


J601 IBBB flat ribbon Button Board/Wheel Assembly
J602 FP Bridge flat ribbon Slider Board

Table 4-3 Front Panel Board cables

4. The flat ribbon cables connected to J601 and J602 use wire trap connectors. The shielding
has been removed from the end of these cables to expose the wires. The wires are directly
inserted into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Front Panel Board.
5. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable at J604 on the Front
Panel Board. Be sure to set the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it
when you reconnect the cable.

Note: The flat ribbon cable at location J604 was disconnected following the procedure to
remove the Connector Board. It is not necessary to disconnect it from the Front Panel
Board. However, if you are replacing the Front Panel Board with a replacement board, be
sure to disconnect the cable and connect it to the replacement board.

6. Five of the screws that secure the right enclosure support wall also secure the front panel
edge of the Front Panel Board. You have already removed the enclosure support wall, but
two screws remain securing this edge of the board. See Figure 4-8, and remove the two
remaining screws.

PC board clamps and screws

J601

J604
J602

Front panel edge screws

Figure 4-8 Front Panel Board, screw locations

7. Remove the six screws that secure the three PC board clamps (two screws per clamp).
These screws also secure the rear panel edge of the Front Panel Board.

4-11
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

The LCD is mounted onto a bezel that is secured to the Front Panel Board with small pegs
that snap into holes on the Front Panel Board. Removing the LCD requires cutting the tie
wraps that bundle the LCD cables to cable mounts positioned along the rear panel. It is
not necessary to remove the LCD from the unit. Remove the four screws that secure the
LCD to the front panel bezel. Lift the LCD up from the bezel and fold it over so that the
circuit side of the LCD is positioned above the Slider Board. For protection, place a piece
of anti-static material between the LCD and Slider Boards.

8. Lift the Front Panel Board up from the top enclosure. The spinknob and switch button
caps should remain in place.

Caution: Each switch button cap uses a set of small pegs to mount the cap to the Front
Panel Board. The button caps are mounted individually or in clusters. If a cap becomes
separated from the board, be careful that a peg is not inadvertently broken.

Replacing the Front Panel Board


1. Position the Front Panel Board onto the top enclosure, then raise the top enclosure up
slightly to verify that the spinknob and switch button caps are correctly positioned
through their openings in the top enclosure.

2. Align the center screw holes of the three-hole groupings on the front panel edge of the
board with the thread marks in the extrusion and install the two screws that secure the
front panel edge. See Figure 4-8.

3. Place a PC board clamp in position. Align the center screw holes of the clamp with the
thread marks in the extrusion and install the two screws that secure the clamp. Repeat for
the other two clamps.

4. Position the LCD onto the front panel bezel and install the four screws that secure it to the
bezel.

5. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Button Board into the wire trap connector at
J601 on the Front Panel Board.

Insert the eight-wire flat ribbon cable from the Slider Board into the wire trap connector at
J602 on the Front Panel Board.

6. If you have disconnected the flat ribbon cable from J604, reconnect it. Be sure to install the
cable locking clip.

7. Follow the procedure on page 4-10 to install the Connector Board.

8. Follow the procedure on page 4-8 to install the right enclosure support wall.

4-12
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Removing the LCD Board


1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the right enclosure support wall.

2. Disconnect the stranded wire from location J405 on the Engine Board.

3. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J406 on the Engine
Board. Be sure to set the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it when you
reconnect the cable.

4. Removing the LCD Board requires cutting the tie wraps that bundle the LCD cables to
cable mounts positioned along the rear panel. Cut the tie wraps at the cable mounts that
the two LCD cables pass through.

5. Remove the four screws that secure the LCD to the front panel bezel.

6. Lift the LCD Board up and remove it.

Caution: Be sure that the LCD cables are not tangled with other cables routed along the
rear panel.

Replacing the LCD Board


1. Place the LCD Board in position face down onto the front panel bezel.

2. Install the four screws that secure it to the front panel bezel.

3. Connect the stranded wire cable to J405 on the Engine Board.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable to J406 on the Engine Board. Be sure to install the cable
locking clip.

5. Position the LCD cables at the cable mounts on the rear panel and install new tie wraps
through the cable mounts to bundle the cables.

Caution: Be sure that you have bundled the LCD cables with the other cables positioned
at the cable mounts.

6. Follow the procedure on page 4-8 to install the right enclosure support wall.

Removing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)


The Polyphony Expansion Board is mounted on to the Engine Board and held in place with four
nylon PC board standoffs and a 24-pin female header on the underside of the board.

1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the left enclosure support wall.

2. Squeeze the top of one of the four nylon PC board standoffs, and lift the corner of the
board until it clears that standoff. Repeat for the other three standoffs.

3. When the board is free of the standoffs, lift the board straight up to disconnect the 24-pin
connector from the Engine Board.

4-13
PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
Top Enclosure

Replacing the Polyphony Expansion Board (PCX-1)


1. Place the PCX-1 Board over the four standoffs. This should properly position the 24-pin
connector over the 24-pin header on the Engine Board.

2. Press the PCX-1 Board down, securing the 24-pin connector, and snapping the board onto
the standoffs.

Note: If you are installing a new PCX-1 Board, check the old board for Sound ROM
options. If the unit has Sound ROM options, be sure to install them on the new board.

3. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to install the left enclosure support wall.

Removing the Slider Board


1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the left enclosure support wall.

2. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board installed, follow the procedure on
page 4-13 to remove it.

3. The flat ribbon cables connected to J101 and J102 use wire trap connectors. The shielding
has been removed from the end of these cables to expose the wires. The wires are inserted
directly into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Slider Board.
4. Two of the screws that secure the left enclosure support wall also secure the front panel
edge of the Slider Board. You have already removed the enclosure support wall, but one
screw remains securing this edge of the board. See Figure 4-9, and remove the remaining
screw.

PC board clamp and screws

J101

J102

Front panel edge screw

Figure 4-9 Slider Board, screw locations

5. Remove the two screws that secure the PC board clamp and rear panel edge of the Slider
Board to the top enclosure.

6. Remove the Slider Board. The slider knobs, slider bezels, and switch button caps should
remain in place.

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Top Enclosure

Caution: Each switch button cap uses a set of small pegs to mount the cap to the Slider
Board. The button caps are mounted individually or in clusters. If a cap becomes
separated from the board, be careful that a peg is not inadvertently broken.

Replacing the Slider Board


1. Position the Slider Board onto the top enclosure. Raise the top enclosure up slightly to
verify that the slider knobs and switch button caps are correctly positioned through their
openings in the top enclosure.

2. Align the center screw hole on front panel edge with the thread marks in the extrusion
and install the screw that secures the front panel edge of the Slider Board. See Figure 4-9.

3. Place the PC board clamp in position. Align the center screw holes of the PC board clamp
with the thread marks in the extrusion and install the two screws that secure the PC board
clamp.

4. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the seven-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap
connector at J101 on the Slider Board.

Insert the eight-wire flat ribbon cable from the Front Panel Board into the wire trap
connector at J102 on the Slider Board.

5. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board, follow the procedure on page 4-13 to
install it.

6. Follow the procedure on page 4-8 to install the left enclosure support wall.

Removing the Engine Board


1. Follow the procedure described on page 4-8 to remove the left enclosure support wall.

2. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board installed, remove it following the
procedure described on page 4-13.

3. Following Steps 4–6, disconnect the cables listed in Table 4-4.

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Top Enclosure

Ref. Name Cable Type Destination


J402 PC2 PWR stranded wire Connector Board
J403 MIDI & CPU flat ribbon Connector Board
J405 Backlight stranded wire LCD Board
J406 LCD flat ribbon LCD Board
J412 PC2 Audio Out flat ribbon Connector Board

Table 4-4 Engine Board cables

4. The flat ribbon cables connected to J403 and J412 use wire trap connectors. The shielding
has been removed from the end of these cables to expose the wires. The wires are inserted
directly into these connectors.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Engine Board.
5. Disconnect the stranded wire cables from J402 and J405.

6. Remove the cable locking clip and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J406. Be sure to set
the cable locking clip safely aside so that you can install it when you reconnect the cable.

7. Two of the screws that secure the left enclosure support wall also secure the front panel
edge of the Engine Board. You have already removed the enclosure support wall, but one
screw remains securing this edge of the board. See Figure 4-10, and remove the remaining
screw.

PC board clamp and screws

J405 J412
J406 J402

J403

Front panel edge screw

Figure 4-10 Engine Board, screw locations

8. Remove the two screws that secure the PC board clamp and rear panel edge of the Engine
Board to the top enclosure.

9. Remove the Engine Board.

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Top Enclosure

Replacing the Engine Board


1. Place the Engine Board in position on the top enclosure.

2. Align the center screw hole on the front panel edge with the thread marks in the extrusion
and install the screw that secures the front panel edge. See Figure 4-10.

3. Place the PC board clamp in position. Align the center screw holes of the PC board clamp
with the thread marks in the extrusion and install the two screws that secure the PC board
clamp.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable from the LCD to J406 on the Engine Board. Be sure to install
the cable locking clip.

5. Connect the stranded wire cable from the LCD to J405 on the Engine Board.

6. Connect the stranded wire cable from the Connector Board to J402 on the Engine Board.

7. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the ten-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap connector
at J403 on the Engine Board.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap
connector at J412 on the Engine Board.

8. If the unit you are servicing has a PCX-1 Board, follow the procedure on page 4-13 to
install it.

9. Follow the procedure on page 4-8 to install the left enclosure support wall.

Removing the Mod Wheel Assembly


1. Refer to Figure 4-11 on page 4-19. Slide the left side of the unit forward off of your work
surface so that you can access the four screws and washers securing the assembly to the
bottom enclosure. Remove the four screws and washers.

2. Slide the unit back onto your work surface.

3. Lift the Mod Wheel Assembly up, approximately two inches. Nylon reinforced tape
secures the Aftertouch flex cable(s) to the bottom enclosure. Peel back the tape from one
side and disconnect the cable(s).

Note: If you are servicing a PC2, one flat flex cable attaches to the Mod Wheel Assembly,
location J202. If you are servicing a PC2X, two flat flex cables attach to the Mod Wheel
Assembly, locations J202 and J203.

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Top Enclosure

4. The flat ribbon cables connected to the two boards on the Mod Wheel Assembly use wire
trap connectors. The shielding has been removed from the end of these cables to expose
the wires. The wires are inserted directly into these connectors.

From the Mod Wheel Assembly, disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J201 on the Wheels
Board. This cable connects to J308 on the Connector Board.

From the Mod Wheel Assembly, disconnect the flat ribbon cable from J701 on the IBBB
Board. This cable connects to J601 on the Front Panel Board.

Lift up the sides of each connector. This unlocks the trap to free the cable wires. Gently
pull each cable up out of the connector. Note the marking (red or black) on each cable that
indicates the connection to Pin 1; you’ll need to reconnect the marked edge of the cable to
Pin 1 when you replace the Mod Wheel Assembly.
5. Remove the Mod Wheel Assembly.

Replacing the Mod Wheel Assembly


1. Hold the Mod Wheel Assembly in position over the bottom enclosure.

2. Connect the wire trap flat ribbon cables in the following order.

Caution: Be sure to look for the marking on the edge of the cable denoting Pin 1 and that
you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board. Make certain that the wires are straight
prior to inserting them into the connector and that each wire is correctly inserted into its
respective position.

Note: Be sure the sides of the connector are lifted. Insert the flat ribbon cables into the
wire trap connectors and push down the sides of each connector to lock the cable into the
connector. Gently pull each cable to verify that it is locked into its connector.

Insert the six-wire flat ribbon cable from the Connector Board into the wire trap connector
at J201 on the Wheels Board.

Insert the five-wire flat ribbon cable from the Front Panel Board into the wire trap
connector at J701 on the IBBB Board.

3. Connect the flat flex cable(s).

Note: If you are servicing a PC2, connect the flat flex cable to location J202 on the Mod
Wheel Assembly. If you are servicing a PC2X, connect the two flat flex cables to locations
J202 and J203 on the Mod Wheel Assembly.

4. Reapply the nylon reinforced tape to the flat flex cable(s).

5. Lower the Mod Wheel Assembly into position.

6. Slide the unit forward and install the four screws and washers to secure the Mod Wheel
Assembly to the bottom enclosure.

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

PC2 Keyboard Assembly


This section describes the removal and replacement of the PC2 (76-note) Keyboard Assembly.
See page 4-26 for the corresponding procedures for the PC2X (88-note) Keyboard Assembly.

Removing the PC2 Keyboard Assembly


The following procedure assumes that the PC2 is open and that you have followed the
instructions on page 4-4 to remove the top enclosure.

The PC2 keyboard is mounted onto a wooden spacer and is secured to the wooden spacer with
16 screws. The Keyboard Assembly refers to the keyboard and the wooden spacer. The assembly
is secured to the bottom enclosure with eight screws.

Note: The following steps describe the procedure to remove the keyboard from the PC2 and the
wooden spacer to gain access to the keys, contacts, contact boards, and key weights. If you need
to gain access to the keys only (i.e. key replacement), you can do so by following the procedure
described on page 4-21, Disconnecting the PC2 Keyboard.

1. Refer to Figure 4-11. This illustration shows the locations of the keyboard and keyboard
wooden spacer screws. Both sets of screws are accessible from the bottom enclosure.

keyboard front screws

Keyboard

front
wooden spacer screws
rear

Access panel

Rear panel

keyboard rear screws

Figure 4-11 PC2 76-note keyboard bottom

2. Tilt the PC2 up and remove the four keyboard rear screws, then lay the PC2 flat on your
work surface.

3. Move the PC2 forward so that the front hangs over the edge of your work surface, giving
you access to the remaining screws.

4. Remove the four keyboard front screws.

5. Remove the four Mod Wheel screws and washers. At this point the keyboard is loose in
the bottom enclosure, but it has cables connected to the Mod Wheel Assembly, the
Connector Board, and the Front Panel Board.

6. Slide the PC2 back onto your work surface.

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

7. Lift the Mod Wheel Assembly and disconnect the Aftertouch flex cable. This cable has
nylon reinforced tape securing it to the bottom enclosure. Peel back the tape from one side
to free the cable.

8. Place the Mod Wheel Assembly in its position on the bottom enclosure.

9. Remove the cable locking clips and disconnect the flat ribbon cables from locations J306
(Treble) and J307 (Bass) on the Connector Board. These cables are also secured to the
bottom enclosure with nylon reinforced tape. Peel back the tape from one side to free the
cables.

10. Remove the Keyboard Assembly.

11. The keyboard is mounted onto a wooden spacer. Sixteen screws secure the spacer to the
keyboard.
12. Lay the Keyboard Assembly upside down on a flat protected surface and remove the
16 screws and remove the spacer. You can now access the components of the Keyboard
Assembly.

Replacing the PC2 Keyboard Assembly


Note: If you have disconnected the Bass and Treble ends of the flat ribbon cables from the
keyboard contact boards during service, be sure that you have reconnected them and reapplied
the tape to secure the connectors.

1. Place the keyboard upside down on a flat protected surface and position the wooden
spacer over the keyboard. Install the 16 screws that secure the wooden spacer to the
keyboard.

2. Place the Keyboard Assembly on the bottom enclosure. Be sure that the flat ribbon cables
from the keyboard are correctly positioned.

3. Connect the flat ribbon cables to the Connector Board and reapply the cable locking clips.
Be sure to reapply the nylon reinforced tape that secures the flat ribbon cable to the
bottom enclosure.

4. Lift the Mod Wheel Assembly and connect the Aftertouch flex cable. Be sure to reapply
the nylon reinforced tape that secures the flex cable to the bottom enclosure. Place the
Mod Wheel Assembly in its position on the bottom enclosure.

5. Move the PC2 forward so that the front hangs over the edge of your work surface, and
install the four keyboard front screws.

6. Install the four Mod Wheel Assembly screws and washers.

7. Slide the PC2 back onto your work surface.

8. Tilt the PC2 up and install the four keyboard rear screws.

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

Disconnecting the PC2 Keyboard


Follow this procedure if you are merely replacing one or more keys.

1. Refer to Figure 4-11.

2. Tilt the PC2 up and remove the four keyboard rear screws, then lay the PC2 flat on your
work surface.

3. Move the PC2 forward so that the front hangs over the edge of your work surface, giving
you access to the remaining screws.

4. Remove the four keyboard front screws.

Caution: The keyboard Aftertouch flex cable from the keyboard is connected to the Mod
Wheel Assembly and is secured to the bottom enclosure with reinforced tape. When
following the instructions below, be certain that you only slightly lift or move the
Keyboard Assembly to avoid damage to the flex cable.

5. The 16 screws that secure the keyboard to the wooden spacer rest in holes provided for
them on the bottom enclosure. To move the keyboard, lift the keyboard up slightly to free
the 16 screws from their positions on the bottom enclosure.

6. Lift the keyboard up and move it approximately one inch to the right (as viewed standing
at the keyboard).

7. You can now move the keyboard back approximately one inch toward the rear so that you
can remove keys for replacement. See page 4-22 for the procedure to remove and replace
keys.

Connecting the Keyboard


1. Position the keyboard so that the 16 screws that secure the wooden spacer to the keyboard
are resting in the holes provided for them on the bottom enclosure.

Caution: Be certain that the Aftertouch flex cable is correctly positioned and that the
nylon reinforced tape securing it to the bottom enclosure is still properly applied.

2. Refer to Figure 4-11.

3. Move the PC2 forward so that the front hangs over the edge of your work surface, and
install the four keyboard front screws.

4. Slide the PC2 back onto your work surface.

5. Tilt the PC2 up and install the four keyboard rear screws.

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PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
PC2 Keyboard Assembly

Removing Keys
The following procedure assumes you have removed the top enclosure from the PC2.

1. Follow the procedure for removing the keyboard (page 4-19) or disconnecting the
keyboard (page 4-21).

2. The following diagrams illustrate the outlines of the natural and sharp keys and the
locations and functions of the components described in the following procedures.

Natural/White Key

Pivot
location

Key spring
location

Strikes the front and rear key


contact on key depression
Mounts through the
keyboard chassis

Figure 4-12 Natural/White key, 76-note keyboard

Pivot
location

Key spring
location

Strikes the front and rear key


contact on key depression Mounts through the
keyboard chassis

Figure 4-13 Sharp/Black key, 76-note keyboard

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

Natural/White Keys
1. Each key has a spring located at the rear of the key. Using needle-nose pliers, slightly pull
up the top portion of the spring to release it from the key.

Caution: Be careful not to pull up too much, which could damage the spring.

2. Unlock the key from the pivot anchoring the key to the keyboard chassis. To do this, insert
a small flat screwdriver at the back end of the pivot and press toward the front edge of the
keyboard. While doing so, lift the back end of the key (where the spring was positioned).

Use needle-nose pliers to


pull up the top portion of the
spring.

Pivot - After the spring is removed,


insert a small flat screwdriver here
to remove the key.

Spring
Keyboard
chassis section

Figure 4-14 Key spring location, 76-note keyboard

3. The key should now be free of the pivot. Remove the screwdriver.

4. Lift the key up slightly, then forward. You should be able to feel when the key is free of the
pivot. A portion of the key hooks onto the keyboard chassis (see Figure 4-12). Lifting the
back end of the key forward unhooks the key from the keyboard chassis.

Sharp/Black Keys
1. To remove a sharp key, first remove the adjacent natural keys, as described in the previous
procedure.

2. Each key has a spring located at the rear of the key. Using needle-nose pliers, slightly pull
up the top portion of the spring to release from the key.

Caution: Be careful not to pull up too much, which could damage the spring.

3. Unlock the key from the pivot anchoring the key to the keyboard chassis. To do this, insert
a small flat screwdriver at the back end of the pivot and press toward the front edge of the
keyboard. While doing so, lift the back end of the key (where the spring was positioned).

4. The key should now be free of the pivot. Remove the screwdriver.

5. Lift the key up slightly, then forward. You should be able to feel when the key is free of the
pivot. A portion of the key hooks onto the keyboard chassis (see Figure 4-13). Lifting the
back end of the key forward unhooks the key from the keyboard chassis.

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

Replacing a Key
The following instructions apply to both natural and sharp keys.

Note: Always replace a sharp key before replacing the adjacent natural keys.

1. Place the key on the keyboard chassis and lower the key into position.

2. Align the pivot with the hole at the rear of the key. Push down on the key. It should snap
into position on the pivot.

3. Install the spring.

Servicing the Keyboard Contact Boards


Follow the procedure on page 4-19 to remove the Keyboard Assembly.

1. Place the keyboard upside down on a flat soft surface. Be sure that the keys are resting on
a soft surface to avoid scratching or other damage. The Treble and Bass Contact Boards are
now visible.

Removing the Treble Contact Board


1. Peel back the nylon tape securing the connector, and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from
the Treble Contact Board.

2. Remove the 24 screws that secure the Treble Contact Board to the keyboard chassis, and
remove the Treble Contact Board.

Replacing the Treble Contact Board


1. Position the Treble Contact Board on the keyboard chassis. Be sure that the rubber key
contacts line up properly through the holes in the keyboard chassis.

2. Install the 24 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis.

3. Connect the treble end of the flat ribbon cable and reapply the nylon tape to the connector.

Removing the Bass Contact Board


1. Peel back the nylon tape securing the connector, and disconnect the flat ribbon cable from
the Bass Contact Board.

2. Remove the 18 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis, and remove the Bass
Contact Board.

Replacing the Bass Contact Board


1. Position the Bass Contact Board on the keyboard chassis. Be sure that the rubber key
contacts line up properly through the holes in the keyboard chassis.

2. Install the 18 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis.

3. Connect the bass end of the flat ribbon cable and reapply the nylon tape to the connector.

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PC2 Keyboard Assembly

Removing the Keyboard Contact Strips


1. Place the keyboard upside down on a flat soft surface. Be sure that the keys are resting on
a soft surface to avoid scratching or other damage.

2. Follow the procedure for removing the Bass and Treble Keyboard Contact Boards on
page 4-24.

3. Examine the keyboard contact strips and look at the design of an individual contact. The
top portion of the contact has two indentations. One indentation is deeper than the other.
When replacing the keyboard contact strips, the deeper indentation is always positioned
toward the rear of the key.

4. The keyboard contact strips have mounting pegs that secure the contact strips to the
keyboard contact boards.
5. To remove a keyboard contact strip, gently lift and free the strip from its position. Be
careful not to rip or damage any contact in the process.

Pivot
location

Front of key

Key spring
location Strikes the front and rear key
contact on key depression

PC board
Key contacts
(side view)

Mounting pegs
Key contacts
(top view)

Deeper contact to back

Figure 4-15 Side view of the natural/white key, 76-note keyboard

Replacing the Keyboard Contact Strips


1. Position the contact strip on the keyboard contact board.

Note: Be sure that the deeper indentation is positioned toward the rear of the key.

2. Line up the contact strip mounting pegs with their respective mounting holes on the
keyboard contact board.

3. Using a small blunt-end tool (Q-Tip, toothpick, etc.), gently push the mounting pegs
through the holes. Do not use too much force or use a tool that can poke a hole through
the mounting pegs. However, be sure that the mounting pegs are installed through the
holes.

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PC2X Keyboard Assembly

PC2X Keyboard Assembly


Removing the PC2X Keyboard Assembly
The following procedure assumes that the PC2X is open and that you have followed the
instructions to remove the top enclosure.

1. The keyboard is secured to the bottom enclosure using ten screws. Refer to Figure 4-16 for
the position of the screws. Arrows identify the locations of the ten screws.

2. Tilt the PC2X up and remove the five keyboard rear screws, then lay the PC2X flat on your
work surface.

3. Move the PC2X forward so that the front hangs over the edge of your work surface to
access the remaining screws, and remove the five keyboard front screws.
4. Remove the four Mod Wheel screws and washers. At this point the keyboard is loose in
the bottom enclosure, but it has cables connected to the Mod Wheel Assembly and the
Connector Board.

Keyboard
Keyboard front screws

Keyboard rear screws

Access panel

Rear panel
Mod Wheel screws

Figure 4-16 PC2X 88-note keyboard bottom

5. Slide the PC2X back onto your work surface.

6. Lift the Mod Wheel Assembly and disconnect the Aftertouch flex cables. These cables
have nylon reinforced tape securing them to the bottom enclosure. Peel back the tape from
one side to free the cables.

7. Place the Mod Wheel Assembly in its position on the bottom enclosure.

8. Remove the cable locking clips and disconnect the flat ribbon cables from locations J306
and J307 on the Connector Board. These cables are also secured to the bottom enclosure
with nylon reinforced tape. Peel back the tape from one side to free the cables.

Note: If you are merely replacing one or more keys, it is not necessary to entirely remove
the Keyboard Assembly from the PC2X. Follow the procedure on page 4-27.

9. Remove the Keyboard Assembly.

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PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Replacing the PC2X Keyboard Assembly


1. Place the keyboard on the bottom enclosure. Be sure that the flat ribbon cables from the
keyboard are correctly positioned to connect them to the Connector Board.

Note: If you have disconnected the Bass and Treble ends of the flat ribbon cables from the
keyboard contact boards during service, be sure that you have reconnected them and
secured them with tape. Be sure that the small ribbon cable connecting the Bass and Treble
Contact Boards is connected.

2. Connect the flat ribbon cables to J306 and J307 on the Connector Board and reapply the
cable locking clips.

3. Secure the flat ribbon cables to the bottom enclosure. Be sure to reapply the nylon
reinforced tape that secures the cables to the bottom enclosure.
4. Lift the Mod Wheel Assembly and connect the Aftertouch flex cables. Be sure to reapply
the nylon reinforced tape that secures the flex cables to the bottom enclosure.

5. Slide the PC2X forward so that you can install the five keyboard front screws.

6. Install the four Mod Wheel Assembly screws and washers.

7. Slide the PC2X back on to your work surface.

8. Tilt the PC2X up and install the five keyboard rear screws.

Removing Keys
The following procedure assumes you have removed the top enclosure from the PC2X.

1. Follow the procedure for removing the keyboard.

Note: If you are merely replacing one or more keys, it is not necessary to entirely remove
the keyboard from the PC2X. Once the keyboard is loose, you can slide it toward the rear
panel to give you enough access to remove keys.

2. The following diagrams illustrate the outlines of the natural and sharp keys and the
location and functions of the components described in the following procedures.

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PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Natural/White Key

Pivot
location

Key spring
location

Strikes the front and rear key Hooks under the front
contact on key depression of the keyboard chassis
Mounts through the
keyboard chassis

Figure 4-17 Natural/white key, 88-note keyboard

Pivot
location

Key spring Hooks under the front


location of the keyboard chassis

Strikes the front and rear key


contact on key depression
Mounts through the
keyboard chassis

Figure 4-18 Sharp/black key, 88-note keyboard

Natural/White Keys
1. Remove the silver key spring located at the rear of the key. You will notice that the bottom
of the spring is secured to the keyboard chassis by a hook.

You can remove the spring by inserting a dowel (3mm diameter) into the spring, and
pushing down on it slightly. Then pull the top of the dowel toward the front of the
keyboard. This will unhook the spring from the keyboard chassis.

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PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Insert the
screwdriver here
Insert a 3mm dia. dowel into the
spring and push down slightly.

Then move the top of the dowel


toward the front of the keyboard
to remove the spring from the hook.
Pivot

Keyboard
chassis section

Hook

Figure 4-19 Key spring

2. Unlock the key from the pivot anchoring the key to the keyboard chassis. To do this, insert
a small flat screwdriver at the back end of the pivot and press toward the front edge of the
keyboard. While doing so, lift the back end of the key (where the spring was positioned).

3. The key should now be free of the pivot. Remove the screwdriver.

4. Lift the key up slightly, then forward. You should be able to feel when the key is free of the
pivot. The front edge of each key hooks under the keyboard chassis. Be sure the key is not
hooked under the keyboard chassis prior to lifting the key off.

Sharp/Black Keys
1. To remove a sharp key, first remove the adjacent natural keys, as described in the previous
procedure.
2. Remove the gold key spring located at the rear of the sharp key. You will notice that the
bottom of the spring is secured to the keyboard chassis by a hook.

Refer to Figure 4-19. You can remove the spring by inserting a dowel (3mm diameter) into
the spring, and pushing down on it slightly. Then pull the top of the dowel toward the
front of the keyboard. This will unhook the spring from the keyboard chassis.

3. Unlock the key from the pivot anchoring the key to the keyboard chassis. To do this, insert
a small flat screwdriver at the bottom of the pivot and press toward the front edge of the
keyboard. While doing so, lift the back end of the key (where the spring was positioned).

4. The key should now be free of the pivot. Remove the screwdriver.

5. Lift the key up slightly, then forward. You should be able to feel when the key is free of the
pivot. The front edge of each key hooks under the keyboard chassis. Be sure the key is not
hooked under the keyboard chassis prior to lifting the key completely off.

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PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Replacing a Key
1. The following instructions apply to both natural and sharp keys.

Note: Always replace a sharp key before replacing the adjacent natural keys.

2. Hook the front end of the key under the keyboard chassis.

3. Check that the mounting peg is correctly positioned.

4. Lower the key into position. Align the pivot with the hole at the rear of the key.

5. Push down on the key. It should snap into position onto the pivot.

6. Install the spring.

Servicing the Keyboard Contact Boards


1. Place the keyboard upside down on a flat soft surface. Be sure that the keys are resting on
a soft surface to avoid scratching or other damage. The Treble and Bass Contact Boards are
now visible.

Removing the Treble Contact Board


1. Disconnect the flat ribbon cable that connects the Treble Contact Board to the Connector
Board. The connector is secured with tape. Peel back the tape to free the cable.

2. Disconnect the small ribbon cable that connects the Treble and Bass Contact Boards.

3. Remove the 26 screws that secure the Treble Contact Board to the keyboard chassis, and
remove the Treble Contact Board.

Replacing the Treble Contact Board


1. Position the Treble Contact Board on the keyboard chassis. Be sure that the rubber key
contacts line up properly through the holes in the keyboard chassis.

2. Install the 26 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis.

3. Connect the small ribbon cable that connects the Treble to the Bass Contact Board.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable that connects the Treble Contact Board to the Connector
Board. Be sure to reapply the tape to secure the connector.

Removing the Bass Contact Board


1. Disconnect the flat ribbon cable that connects the Bass Contact Board to the Connector
Board. The connector is secured with tape. Peel back the tape to free the cable.

2. Disconnect the small ribbon cable that connects the Bass and Treble Contact Boards.

3. Remove the 22 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis, and remove the Bass
Contact Board.

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PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Replacing the Bass Contact Board


1. Position the Bass Contact Board on the keyboard chassis. Be sure that the rubber key
contacts line up properly through the holes in the keyboard chassis.

2. Install the 22 screws that secure the board to the keyboard chassis.

3. Connect the small ribbon cable that connects the Bass to the Treble Contact Board.

4. Connect the flat ribbon cable that connects the Bass Contact Board to the Connector Board.
Be sure to reapply the tape to secure the connector.

Removing the Keyboard Contact Strips


1. Place the keyboard upside down on a flat soft surface. Be sure that the keys are resting on
a soft surface to avoid scratching or other damage.

2. Follow the procedure to remove the Bass and Treble Keyboard Contact Boards.

3. Examine the keyboard contact strips and look at the design of an individual contact. The
top portion of the contact has two indentations. One indentation is deeper than the other.
When replacing the keyboard contact strips, the deeper indentation is always positioned
toward the rear of the key.

4. The keyboard contact strips have mounting pegs that secure the contact strips to the
keyboard contact boards.

5. To remove a keyboard contact strip, gently lift and free the strip from its position. Be
careful not to rip or damage any contact in the process.

Pivot
location
Front of key

Strikes the front and rear key


Key spring contact on key depression
location

PC board
Key contacts
(side view)

Mounting pegs
Key contacts
(top view)

Deeper contact to back

Figure 4-20 Side view of the natural/white key, 88-note keyboard

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PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Replacing the Keyboard Contact Strips


1. Position the contact strip on the Keyboard Contact Board that you are servicing.

Note: Be sure that the deeper indentation is positioned toward the rear of the key.

2. Line up the contact strip mounting pegs with their respective mounting holes on the
keyboard contact board.

3. Using a small blunt-end tool (Q-Tip, toothpick, etc.), gently push the mounting pegs
through the holes. Do not use too much force or use a tool that can poke a hole through
the mounting pegs. However, be sure that the mounting pegs are installed through the
holes.

Removing a Key Weight


1. The main components of the weighted-key action consist of the following: the 88 keys,
two rods, 88 key weights, and support brackets for the key weights and rods. There are
seven 12-position brackets and one 4-position bracket.

Note: Key weights are attached to one of the two rods that span the length of the
keyboard. The first rod is referred to as the bass rod and the second rod is referred to as
the treble rod. The first rod (the bass rod) begins at low A and extends to G# above Middle
C. The second rod (the treble rod) begins at A above Middle C and extends to High C.

2. To replace a key weight, identify the section with the broken key weight and remove all
the keys from that section. The key weights, rods, and support brackets are now visible.

3. There is a locking clip at each end of the keyboard. To remove the locking clips, use a
standard screwdriver to pry the locking clips off.

4. Pry the rod up from the support bracket. The key weights remain attached to the rod.

5. To remove the key weights from the rod, move the key weight side to side and pull it
away from the rod. The key weight should easily pop off the rod.

Note: The natural and sharp key weights are physically different. The sharp key weights
are smaller. When you remove multiple key weights, do so in a way that you will be able
to place the new natural and sharp key weights in their correct positions.

Natural/White Sharp
key weight key weight

Figure 4-21 Natural/White and Sharp/Black key weights

6. Remove the broken key weight(s) and inspect the other key weights for reliability.

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PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
PC2X Keyboard Assembly

Replacing a Key Weight


1. Each key weight has a strip of red felt attached with pliable adhesive. Be sure the red felt
extends onto the upper surface of the top of the key weight.

2. Place the key weight in position against the rod and snap it onto the rod with slight
pressure.

Note: Be sure to place the sharp key weights in the correct positions.

3. Place the rod and key weights into position over the support brackets and snap the rod
into the support brackets. Be certain that the rod is pressed securely into the support
brackets.

4. Prior to replacing the keys, check that each key weight moves freely. To do this, position a
screwdriver at the back end of the key weight (on the red felt), press down and remove the
screwdriver. The key weight should move up and down freely.

5. Install the keys and key springs.

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PC2/PC2X Disassembly/Assembly
PC2X Keyboard Assembly

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Chapter 5
Troubleshooting

Introduction
Cables, Connectors

Flat Ribbon Cables


All flat ribbon cables with connectors are keyed, and therefore cannot be reversed. Most flat
ribbon cables have locking cable clips. Be sure to reapply the clips when connecting cables. Flat
ribbon cables that connect to picoflex connectors do not have locking cable clips.

Some flat ribbon cables have exposed wires that insert directly into a wire trap connector. When
disconnecting and connecting these cables, you must look for the marking on the edge of the
cable denoting Pin 1 and be sure that you match it correctly with Pin 1 on the board.

Cable Routing
In some cases, tape secures cable connections or fastens cables to the bottom enclosure. Always
peel back the tape from one side when disconnecting cables so that the tape remains properly
positioned.

Surface-Mount Devices
The removal and replacement of surface-mount devices requires training and the proper
equipment. If you do not have the training or equipment to remove or replace surface-mount
devices, contact the service department to order a board replacement. International service
technicians should contact their appropriate Young Chang Distributor.

Saving User Data


1. Set up a MIDI recording device.

2. Connect the a MIDI cable to the MIDI Out port of the PC2 to the MIDI In port on the
external device.

3. Press the Global button on the PC2. Press the Right cursor button until the LCD displays
Dump all Objects?

4. Begin recording on the MIDI recording device.

5. Press Enter on the PC2. The LCD shows the objects being saved. When all objects are
saved, Dump all Objects? will appear in the LCD.

6. To reload the saved objects, connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Out port of the recording
device to the PC2’s MIDI In port.

7. From the external device, begin the playback of the file.


Troubleshooting
Boot Block

Boot Block
Use the PC2’s Boot Loader to enter Diagnostics or perform a Hard Reset to the unit. You can also
install operating system updates and ROM objects into Flash ROM.

Entering the Boot Block


Apply power to the unit. When the Please wait... message appears in the LCD, quickly
press and release the Panic button for PC2 keyboard units or Edit button for PC2R rack units.

The LCD displays the main menu of the Boot Loader and the first available option. Use the Left
or Right cursor button to advance to the next option. The menu options are as follows:

Install Engine—Installs new operating system software upgrades.

Install ROM option—Loads Sound ROM presets after installing a Sound ROM option.
Update boot block—Installs boot block updates.

Run diagnostics—Enters the diagnostic test menu. For a complete list of tests and the procedure
to execute the diagnostic tests, refer to Chapter 2, Diagnostics.

Run engine—Exits the boot block and returns the unit to normal operation.

Hard RESET—Clears the memory to factory default settings.

Resets
Hard Reset
There are two ways to perform a Hard Reset to the PC2.

1. Press the Global button and press the Right cursor button to step through the Global
parameters to Reset PC2? and press the Enter/Yes button. The LCD displays an
Are you sure? message. Press the Enter/Yes button to continue or the Cancel/No.

2. Enter the Boot Loader and press either the Left or Right cursor button to scroll through
the menu. Press Enter to select Hard Reset. The LCD displays an Erase RAM objects?
message. Press the Right button to execute the hard reset. Press the Left button to cancel.

Soft Reset
The Soft Reset does not erase user programs and setups and is equivalent to turning the power
off and on. To Soft Reset a PC2R, simultaneously press the FX, MIDI Receive and Global
buttons. To Soft Reset a PC2, simultaneously press the +/-, 0 and Clear buttons.

5-2
Troubleshooting
Software Updates

Software Updates
A computer with a MIDI interface and sequencer is necessary to transfer software to your PC2
units MIDI Sysex.

File Formats
Software upgrades are stored as standard MIDI files. Filenames are in the format PC2XVV.MID,
where X is the software block and VVV is the version number (V.VV). The following lists the
possible values for X. Never install files with names that don’t conform to this format; it won’t
work.

bk—boot block for keyboard models

br—boot block for rack models


bp—boot block for Polyphone Expansion (PCX-1) option (keyboard and rack units)

k—operating system software for keyboard models

r—operating system software for rack models

p—operating system for Polyphony Expansion (PCX-1) option (keyboard and rack models)

s—soundware data for keyboard and rack models

sp—soundware data for Polyphony Expansion (PCX-1) option (keyboard and rack models)

Installing the Operating System or Setups


Warning: This procedure requires performing a hard reset. All user programs and setups will be
erased. Before continuing, be sure to save all user programs and setups.

1. Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Out port of the computer interface or sequencer to
the MIDI In port on the PC2.

2. Open the first .MID file using the sequencer program.

3. Turn on the PC2 and follow the procedure to enter the Boot Block.

4. Press the Enter button to select Install engine.


5. Press the Enter button to select via MIDI.

6. The LCD shows Waiting for MIDI. Start playing the MIDI file from the sequencer.
While a file is loading, the bottom line of the display shows the progress. If the display
continues to show Waiting for MIDI after starting the sequencer, stop and restart the
sequence.

7. After the file is loaded, the display will show done.

8. If you have additional files to load, open the file from the sequencer and begin playing it.

9. Press the Cancel button twice to return to the main menu. Scroll to Hard Reset and select
Yes.

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Troubleshooting
Software Updates

Installing a New Boot Block


Warning: This procedure performs a hard reset. All user programs and setups will be erased.
Before continuing, be sure to save all user programs and setups.

1. Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Out port of the computer interface or sequencer to
the MIDI In port on the PC2.

2. Using the sequencer program, open the first .MID file.

3. Turn on the PC2 and follow the procedure to enter the Boot Block.

4. Press the Enter button to select Update boot block.

5. Press the Enter button to select via MIDI.

6. The LCD shows Waiting for MIDI. Start playing the MIDI file from the sequencer.
While a file is loading, the bottom line of the display shows the progress. If the display
continues to show Waiting for MIDI after starting the sequencer, stop and restart the
sequence.

7. After the file is loaded, the unit will reset.

Installing Sound ROM Options


After installing a Sound ROM option, the presets need to be transferred into Flash ROM.

Warning: This procedure requires performing a hard reset. All user programs and setups will be
erased. Before continuing, be sure to save all user programs and setups.

1. Turn on the PC2 and follow the procedure to enter the Boot Block.

2. Use the Left or Right cursor button to scroll to Install ROM option, and press the
Enter button.

3. Use the Left or Right cursor button to select the appropriate option for the card you are
installing, card 1 or card 2.
4. Press the Enter button. The LCD indicates Installing as the presets transfer into
Flash ROM.

Note: If you are installing a second ROM option repeat Steps 3 and 4.

5. Use the Left or Right cursor button to scroll to Hard Reset, and press the Enter button.

6. Select Yes to hard reset the unit. The unit now has the additional ROM option setups
installed.

5-4
Troubleshooting
Replacing the Battery

Replacing the Battery


The PC2 uses a flat three volt Lithium coincell battery. When the battery voltage runs low, the
unit boots up with a low battery message.

Note: The battery voltage can be checked at anytime using the Scanner Diagnostics. See
page 5-7 for more information.

PC2 Keyboard Models

Accessing the Battery


1. Place the PC2 upside down on a flat protected surface.

2. Remove the seven screws that secure the access panel and set it safely aside.

3. If the unit has Sound ROM options installed, remove them.

Removing the Battery


The battery (CR2032) in the PC2 keyboard is mounted into a holder on the Engine Board and is
accessible when the access panel is removed.

1. Insert a flat plastic tool (plastic knife, pen cap, etc.) into one of the openings between the
battery and the holder to lift the battery.

Insert the tool here


to lift the battery.

CR2032

Insert the tool between


the holder and the battery
to ease the battery out
of the holder.

Figure 5-1 Battery and holder

2. Ease the battery out of the holder. If necessary, insert the plastic tool at the bottom of the
holder (closest to the Engine Board) to remove the battery.

Installing the Battery


1. Position the battery over the holder so that the positive terminal is pointing to the Engine
Board.

2. Slide the battery into the holder and apply slight pressure until it snaps into place.

3. If the unit has Sound ROM options, install them.

4. Install the seven screws to secure the access panel.

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Troubleshooting
Replacing the Battery

PC2R Rack Models

Accessing the Battery


1. Remove the seven screws that secure the top cover.

2. Slide the top cover back from the Front Panel Assembly to release the top cover from the
bottom enclosure, and place the top cover safely aside to avoid damage.

3. If the unit has Sound ROM options installed, remove them.

Removing the Battery


The battery (CR2032) in the PC2 keyboard is mounted into a holder on the Engine Board and is
accessible when the access panel is removed.

1. Refer to Figure 5-1. Insert a flat plastic tool (plastic knife, pen cap, etc.) into one of the
openings between the battery and the holder to lift the battery.

2. Ease the battery out of the holder. If necessary, insert the plastic tool at the bottom of the
holder (closest to the Engine Board) to remove the battery.

Installing the Battery


1. Position the battery over the holder so that the positive terminal is pointing to the Engine
Board.

2. Slide the battery into the holder and apply slight pressure until it snaps into place.

3. If the unit has Sound ROM options, install them.

4. Place the top cover in position and slide it toward the Front Panel Assembly.

5. Install the seven screws that secure the top cover.

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Troubleshooting
Scanner Tests

Scanner Tests
PC2R Rack Models
The Scanner Tests for the PC2R rack model include separate tests for the front panel buttons and
LEDs, rotary potentiometers including Knobs A–D and Volume, and the Alpha Wheel.

To enter the Scanner Tests, first turn on the PC2R. Once the PC2R is on and ready to play,
simultaneously hold down the three buttons located in the top row of the Modes section
(Internal Voices, KB3 and MIDI Setups). All front panel LEDs will light in a sequence and the
LCD will display the following:

SCAN1.3 B=3.0 W=128


VOL SLIDER = 255

Figure 5-2 LCD example, PC2R scanner tests

The first line of the display shows the scanner software version, the battery voltage and the
current value for the Mod Wheel position. Disregard the Mod Wheel value; it is applicable only
to keyboard units. The second line shows the results of the current test. Figure 5-2 shows the
result of the volume potentiometer test.

To exit the Scanner Tests and return to normal operation, simultaneously press the Cancel and
Enter buttons.

Front Panel Buttons


To test a button, press any front panel button.

An example of the expected test result for the Solo button follows: BUTTON Solo

Alpha Wheel
To test the Alpha Wheel, turn it to increase or decrease the value by one. The expected test result
when the Alpha Wheel is turned is one of four values–0, 1, 2, or 3:

SPINKNOB = 3

Front Panel Knobs


To test Knobs A–D or the Volume potentiometer, turn a knob to check its value at the bottom
(zero, far left) and at the top (far right).

An example of the normal test results for the Knob A follows (your results may vary slightly):

At zero (far left): SLIDER 1 = 0

At top (far right): SLIDER 1 = 255

5-7
Troubleshooting
Scanner Tests

PC2 Keyboard Models


The Scanner Tests for the PC2 keyboard models include separate tests for the front panel buttons
and LEDs, front panel sliders including the Master Volume slider, the Alpha Wheel, the Mod
and Pitch wheels, the keyboard, and the pedals.

To enter the Scanner Tests, first turn on the PC2. Once the PC2 is on and ready to play,
simultaneously hold down the 4, 5 and 6 buttons. All front panel LEDs will flash and the LCD
will display the following:

SCAN1.3 B=2.9 W=128


KEY C4 60 C4 60

Figure 5-3 LCD example, PC2 scanner tests

The first line of the display shows the scanner software version, as well as the battery voltage
and the current value for the Mod Wheel position. The second line shows the results of the
current test. Figure 5-3 shows the result of a key test—in this case striking the key C4 on the
keyboard.

To exit the Scanner Tests and return to normal operation, simultaneously press the Cancel and
Enter buttons.

Front Panel Buttons


To test a button, press any front panel button. An example of the expected test result for the Solo
button follows:

BUTTON Solo

Alpha Wheel
To test the Alpha Wheel, turn it to increase or decrease the value by one. The expected test result
when the Alpha Wheel is turned is one of four values–0, 1, 2, or 3:

SPINKNOB = 3

Front Panel Sliders


To test the front panel sliders, move a slider to check its value at the bottom, center, and top. An
example of the normal test results for the Slider A follows (your results may vary slightly):

At bottom: SLIDER 1 = 0

At center: SLIDER 1 = 128

At top: SLIDER 1 = 255

5-8
Troubleshooting
Scanner Tests

Wheels
To test the pitch and mod wheels, move the wheel up and down. An example of the expected
test results for the pitch wheel follows (your results may vary slightly):

At bottom: PITCH WHEEL = 0

At center: PITCH WHEEL = 128

At top: PITCH WHEEL = 255

Keyboard
To test the keyboard, press any key. The key name and number will be displayed twice in the
LCD. The first set of name and number is the test result for the front key contact switch and the
second is for the rear switch. An example of the expected test result for the Middle C key
follows:

KEY C4 60 C4 60

Pressing harder the display will change and show the pressure value.
PRESSURE = 255

Switch Pedals 1, 2, and 3


To test a switch pedal, press the pedal. An example of the expected test result for the switch
pedal 1 follows:

Full depression: PEDAL 1

Continuous Pedals 1 and 2


To test the continuous control pedal, press the pedal. An example of the expected test result for
the continuous control pedal follows:

No depression: CTRL PEDAL = 255

Full depression: CTRL PEDAL = 0

5-9
Troubleshooting
Power Problems

Power Problems
Dead
1. Before opening the unit, verify the following:

• The AC outlet is supplying power.

• The AC adapter is properly connected to the unit.

2. Check the power switch, power jack and AC adapter.

3. Refer to the Interconnect Diagram. See page 5-13 for rack models or page 5-14 for
keyboard models. Check all related connections.

4. Refer to the Connector Board schematics and check all supply voltages.

Audio Problems
No Audio
Note: If you are diagnosing a PC2R rack unit, you can check for audio without having a
controller connected. Connect a pair of headphones, turn the power on. When the unit is
on and ready to play, simultaneously press the MIDI Receive and Global buttons to play
one of the stored demos. Flashing LEDs in the Performance section indicate the locations
of the stored demos. Select one to play to check the audio. Press the Cancel button to exit.

1. Run the Scanner Diagnostics to check the volume slider operation.

2. Refer to the Interconnect Diagram. See page 5-13 for rack models or page 5-14 for
keyboard models.

3. Check the flat ribbon cable from J412 on the Engine Board to J302 on the Connector Board.

4. Check the solder connections at the connectors.

5. Refer to the Engine Board schematics and check the signal activity on the DAC, U23.

6. Trace the signal path.

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Troubleshooting
Front Panel Problems

Front Panel Problems


LCD not lit
1. Check the LCD contrast potentiometer. Turn the pot to see if there is any change.

Note: If you are servicing a PC2R rack unit, the LCD Contrast is located on the front
panel. If you are servicing a PC2 keyboard, it is located on the rear panel.

2. Check the stranded wire cable from the LCD Board to J405 on the Engine Board.
Disconnect and reseat the cable.

3. Check the flat ribbon cable from the LCD Board to J406 on the Engine Board. Disconnect
and reseat the cable.

4. Check the solder connections on the LCD and Engine Boards.


5. Refer to the Engine Board schematics and check the signal path.

Buttons, Sliders or Controllers not working


1. Run the Scanner Tests.

Note: If you are servicing a PC2R rack unit, simultaneously press the Internal Voices,
KB3 and MIDI Setups buttons located in the top row of the Modes section. If you are
servicing a PC2 keyboard, simultaneously press the 4, 5 and 6 buttons.

2. Refer to the Interconnect Diagram. See page 5-13 for rack models or page 5-14 for
keyboard models.

3. Check all related cables.

4. Disconnect and reseat the cables.

5. Check the solder connections at the connectors.

6. Check front panel ribbon cable(s).

7. Refer to the Connector Board schematics and check U1, IC Scanner 37451, for signal
activity.

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Troubleshooting
Keyboard Problems

Keyboard Problems
Dead Keyboard
1. Check the flat ribbon cables connecting the keyboard Bass and Treble Contact Boards to
the Connector Board, locations J306 and J307. Be certain that the cables are not loose or
damaged.

2. Disconnect and reseat the cables.

3. Refer to the Connector Board schematics.

4. Check U1, IC Scanner 37451 on the Connector Board for keyboard signals.

5. Trace signal path.

6. Find and replace bad component(s) or order a board replacement.

Dead Note(s)

One or More in a Section


1. Remove related contact board.

2. Check contact strip for dirt, damage or wearing. Clean dirty contacts with denatured
alcohol. Replace damaged or worn contact strip.

3. Install contact strip.

4. If section is still dead, remove strip and check contact board for shorts, cold solder joints,
etc.

5. Find and replace bad component(s) or order replacement board.

Mechanical Noise
1. Check keyboard for broken key weights, support brackets, or ripped contacts.

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Troubleshooting
PC2R Interconnect Diagram

PC2R Interconnect Diagram

Left Front Right Front


Panel Board Panel Board
J604 J603 J602 J601
FP Bridge 2 FP Bridge FP Bridge Front Panel

Hp/Vol/Pwr Sw
Board
J3
FP Bridge 2
J2
Vol/Pwr/Hp

Connector Board

J322 J301 J303 J304 J302


Vol/Pwr/Hp PC2 Power MIDI & CPU Front Panel Power In

LCD

J406 J402 J412


LCD J405 PC2 PWR Audio Out
Engine J408
Backlight
128 Chnl Opt

Board
J410, Expansion Sound ROM 1

J409, Expansion Sound ROM 0

J404, EPROM Board


J403
MIDI & CPU

5-13
Troubleshooting
PC2 Interconnect Diagram

PC2 Interconnect Diagram


Button Board
J701

J601
Front Panel IBBB
J101
Slider
Slider
J604
Board Front Panel
Board
J602 J102
FP Bridge FP Bridge

LCD

J402
J406 PC2 PWR J412
Engine LCD
J405
Audio Out
J408
Board Backlight

128 Chnl Opt


J410, Expansion Sound ROM 1

J409, Expansion Sound ROM 0


J403
J404, EPROM Board
MIDI & CPU

Connector
Board J302
Audio

J301 J303 J308 J306 J307 J304 J305


PC2 Power MIDI & CPU Wheels Treble Bass Front Panel Slider

J204 Pitch

J201 Wheels Board


J203
J202

J205 Mod

88-note keyboards only

Wheels

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Chapter 6
Parts Lists

Introduction
The parts lists included in this chapter cover all models of the PC2 series. Some printed circuit
boards and assemblies are used in more than one model. Therefore, the parts lists on the
following pages are listed under these headings:

PC2R/PC2/PC2X All Models


PC2/PC2X Keyboard Models
PC2R Rack Model

The following two tables list the printed circuit boards and assemblies by model.

Note: The PC2 and PC2X have been combined as these two models share most printed circuit
boards and assemblies in common. The exceptions are the parts lists for the Final and Keyboard
Assemblies.

PC2/PC2X Printed Circuit Boards and Assemblies


Part No. Description Page
N012000150 Final Assembly, PC2 page 6-9
N012000151 Final Assembly, PC2X page 6-11
N012103800 LCD Board page 6-8
N012300051 Engine Board page 6-3
N012300053 Pitch & Mod Wheel Assembly page 6-8
N012300061 Connector Board page 6-6
N012400051 Slider Board page 6-9
N012400052 Front Panel Board page 6-5
N215040311 Keyboard TP-8R AFT 76 Note page 6-10
N215040413 Keyboard TP-10MDF AFT 88 Note page 6-12
Parts Lists
Introduction

PC2R Printed Circuit Boards and Assemblies


Part No. Description Page
N012000153 Final Assembly page 6-16
N012103802 LCD Board page 6-15
N012300040 Connector Board page 6-13
N012300051 Engine Board page 6-3
N012300070 Front Panel Assembly page 6-14
N012300080 Left Front Panel Board page 6-14
N012300090 Right Front Panel Board page 6-15
N012700019 Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board page 6-15

6-2
Parts Lists
PC2R/PC2/PC2X

PC2R/PC2/PC2X
Engine Board, N012300051
Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N035040201 BATTERY HOLDER TOSHIBA (BV-32) PC-88 1 J411
N041010401 SHUNTS JUMPER 2mm DIGI-KEY SPE1302-ND 1 @JP1
N041021264 SOCKET SIMM 22.5D TIN 64P LEFT METAL 2 J409, 410
N041025308 HEADER .156” SP 8P (09-65-2088) 1 J402
N041030040 HEADER 2mm SQR 3P R/A SAMTEC 1 JP1
N041030124 HEADER DUAL 2.0mm 24P MOLEX 87089-2416 1 J408
N041030150 HEADER DUAL 0.1" SQR 50POS DIGIKEY 1 J404
N041031210 CONN .1" SP DUAL ROW 14P (057-014-153) 1 J406
N041032305 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 5P (52147-0510) 1 J412
N041032310 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 10P (52147-1010) 1 J403
N041034002 HEADER .098" SP 2P (22-03-5025) 1 J405
N042005422 JUMPER WIRE 2.5MM 1 JP2 PINS 1 & 2
N051102103 RELAY 5V DPDT (G6H-2-DC5) 2 RY1-2
N064003502 IC LINEAR +5V LM78M05 500mA TO-220 1 VR1
N051064004 RES TF 47Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 4 R1, 26, 27, 39
N051064010 RES TF 100Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 1 R38
N051064011 RES TF 110Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 1 R28
N051064015 RES TF 1.5KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 2 R64, 65
N051064025 RES TF 330Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R32
N051064100 RES TF 1KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 4 R5, 8, 34, 68
N051064109 RES TF 1MΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 2 R15, 16
N051064110 RES TF 10KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 10 R7, 14, 17-18, 23-25, 29, 36-37
N051064130 RES TF 1.3KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 1 R4
N051064220 RES TF 2.2KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T& 2 R6, 9
N051064470 RES TF 4.7KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 3 R2, 10, 30
N051064472 RES TF 470Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 2 R31, 33
N051064820 RES TF 820Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R3
N051066124 RES TF 1.24KΩ 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R60, 61, 66, 67
N051066453 RES TF 453Ω 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R56, 57, 62, 63
N051066464 RES TF 464Ω 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R48-51
N051066475 RES TF 475Ω 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R52-55
N051066487 RES TF 487Ω 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R40-43
N051066499 RES TF 499Ω 1% 1/16W 0603 4 R44-47
N051100010 RES NET QUAD ISO 10KΩ 5% 1/16W 11 RP1-4, 6-12
N051100047 RES NET QUAD ISO 47Ω 5% 1/16W 9 RP13-21
N051101701 RES TF 36Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R35
N051101706 RES CF 47Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R70
N051130082 RES TF 8.2Ω 5% 1/4W 1210 1 R13
N051130220 RES TF 220Ω 5% 1/4W 1210 2 R19, 21
N051130330 RES TF 330Ω 5% 1/4W 1210 2 R20, 22
N052007006 CAP CER NPO 6.8PF 50V 5% 1206 2 C11, 13

6-3
Parts Lists
PC2R/PC2/PC2X

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N052007406 CAP CER N90 2200PF 50V 5% 1206 4 C71, 72, 75, 76
N052007503 CAP CER X7R 0.1UF 50V 10% 1206 46 C5, 615-38, 41-43, 47, 60-63, 69, 70, 73, 74, 77-81, 86, 87, 91
N052007809 CAP CER NPO 100PF 50V 5% 0603 1 C1
N052007833 CAP CER NPO 33PF 50V 5% 0603 4 C9, 10, 12, 14
N052080010 CAP CER NPO 1000PF 50V 5% 0805 2 C2, 7
N052900747 CAP ELE GP 47UF 35V SZE SMT 5 C48-51, 68
N052901610 CAP ELECT GP 10UF 16V 20% SZB SMT 8 C39, 44-46, 64-67
N052901622 CAP ELCCT GP 220UF 10V 20% SZE SMT 1 C3
N052902522 CAP ELECT GP 22UF 35V 20% SZD SMT 1 C40
N053000703 DIODE RECT GP SMT 1A S1A SMA 1N4001 1206 1 D5
N053000802 DIODE SWITCH 1N4148 SMT DL-35 2 D2, 3
N054000102 TRANSISTOR KST3904 SOT-23 1 Q1
N054000802 TRANSISTOR MMBT2222L SOT-23 1 Q2
N054002906 TRANSISTOR MMBT2907L SOT-23 2 Q3, 4
N055001505 IND FE BD 2.5-TURN SMT 2 L1, 2
N055001509 IND FE BD SMT 200mA 600Ω 100MHZ 0805 2 R11, 12
N059010060 XTL 20.0000MHz +/-50PPM FND PAR 18PF SMT 1 Y1
N059010061 XTL 24.576MHz +/-50PPM FND FAR 18PF SMT 1 Y2
N061000802 IC LOGIC FAIRCHILD (TI) SN74AHCIGO8DBVR 3 U3, 4, 18
N061000912 IC LOGIC INV TINY UHS UNBUF SOT23-5 2 U12, 13
N061007139 IC LOGIC 74VHC139 SOP16 1 U10
N061007144 IC LOGIC 74VHC14 SOP14-150 1 U1
N061011008 IC LOGIC 74AC08 SOP14-150 2 U6, 14
N061011245 IC LOGIC 74HC245 SOP20 1 U8
N062004905 IC IF UART ST16C550 W/FIFO'S PLCC 44P 1 U22
N062004913 IC IF DAC AK4393VF DL 24B DS +5VS VSOP28 1 U23
N062005525 IC MEM FLSH ROM 1MX16 70nS SSOP56-525 5V 1 U5
N062005704 IC GAL 16V8A-15QJ SMT PLCC20 1 U21
IC MEM SRAM 256kX16 55nS TSOP44-400 LO\
N062100410 1 U7
PWR
N062100416 IC MEMORY DRAM 1MX16 70nS(max) SOJ42 2 U16, 17
N064003508 IC ANA OPAMP DL BIP LO-NOIS NE5532A 4 U24-27
N083016001 IC MASKROM PC2 BASE HI 830160-001 1 U19
N083016101 IC MASKROM PC2 BASE LO 830161-001 1 U20
N252007456 CAP CER NPO 5600PF 50V 5% 1206 8 C52-59
N253000702 DIODE SHTKY SIG 5NS LO-C SL BAS40 SOT-23 2 D1, 4
N262001301 IC MC 68331CPV25 MOTOROLA 1 U2
N266000412 IC CUSTOM MABEL-2 2 U9, 11
N266000801 IC LISA VY06514 PLCC84 1 U15
N035040105 BATTERY COINCELL 3V 195mah CR2032 TOSHIBA 1

6-4
Parts Lists
PC2/PC2X

PC2/PC2X
Front Panel Board, N012400052
Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N032009401 FRONT PANEL PCB SUPPORT BRACKET PC-88 1
N035026011 BUTTON SM W/LED (3GANG) 5
N035026012 BUTTON SM W/LED RED PC2/X 1
N035026101 BUTTON LG W/LED PC-88 13
N035026141 BUTTON LG W/LED (1,2,3,4) PC2/X 1
N035026142 BUTTON LG W/LED (5,6,7,8) PC2/X 1
N035026143 BUTTON LG W/LED (9,10,11,12) PC2/X 1
N035026144 BUTTON LG W/LED (13,14,15,16) PC2/X 1
N035026145 BUTTON LG NO LED(3) (1,2,3) PC2/X 1
N035026146 BUTTON LG NO LED(3) (4,5,6) PC2/X 1
N035026147 BUTTON LG NO LED(3) (7,8,9) PC2/X 1
N035026148 BUTTON LG NO LED(3) (+/-,0,CLEAR) 1
N035026149 BUTTON LG NO LED(1) (CANCEL) PC2/X 1
N035026150 BUTTON LG NO LED(1) (ENTER) PC2/X 1
N035026151 BUTTON LG W/LED (SOLO) PC2/X 1
N035026152 BUTTON LG W/LED (EQ) PC2/X 1
N035026153 BUTTON LG W/LED (SW1) PC2/X 1
N035026154 BUTTON LG W/LED (SW2) PC2/X 1
N035026155 BUTTON LG W/LED (SW3) PC2/X 1
N035026156 BUTTON LG W/LED (SW4) PC2/X 1
N035026157 BUTTON LG W/LED (SW5) PC2/X 1
N035026217 BUTTON LG NO LED 6
N035026611 LCD SUPPORT BEZEL 1
N035026711 SPIN KNOB BEZEL 1
N041031220 HEADER .1” SP DUAL ROW 20P 1 J604
N041032205 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 5P R/A 1 J701
N041032305 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 5P R/A 1 J601
N041032308 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 8P 1 J602
N043003703 SWITCH TACT SPST 6mmX6mm 160GF 72 S1-72
N044010501 ENCODER 36 STEP 2BIT 1 SP1
D1-7, 9-12, 14-16, 20-24, 26-29, 32, 34-38, 40, 42-44, 48, 50-53, 55-60,
N045010111 LED T1 RED HI EFF DIFFUSED LTL-422 49
63, 66-69
N045010612 LED MINI GREEN DIFUSSED T1 3 D33, 41, 49
N051005010 RES CF 1Ω 5% 1/8W 1 R8
N051100102 RES CF 15Ω 5% 1/8W 7 R1-7

6-5
Parts Lists
PC2/PC2X

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N051100157 RES CF 10KΩ 5% 1/8W 18 R9-26
N052001204 CAP CER MONO Z5U .1UF 50V 20% .3AX 3 C2-4
N054000801 TRANSISTOR PN2222 TO-92 7 Q1-7
N054001201 TRANSISTOR PNP KTA1271(KSA643CY) TO-9 10 Q8-17
N061000301 IC LOGIC 74LS145 DIP16-300 1 U2
N061014001 IC LOGIC 74HC541 DIP20 1 U1
N061020501 IC LOGIC 74HC373 DIP20 1 U3
N252003102 CAP ELECT ECE-BOJU471 470UF 6.3V VERT AX 2 C1, 6

Connector Board, N012300061


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
RES TF 7.5KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R19
N025224508 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3.5X8 WHITE W/WASHER 3
N025323308 MACHINE SCREW BH M3X8 BLK 1
N032038811 BRACKET SUPPORT I/O PCB PC2/X 1
N032038816 BRACKET SUPPORT POWER JACK PC2/X 1
N032064801 EXTRUSION HEAT TRANSFER 1
N041006503 CONN PWR JACK 4P W/SHIELD UNITOP 1 J321
N041021903 JACK PHONE RCA TYPE TA PCMT 1 J300
N041025308 HEADER .156” SP 8P (09-65-2088) 1 J301
N041030033 MODULAR JACK 6P R/A AMP 555163-1 1 J316
N041030310 CONN MIDI JACK 3-GANG YKF 51-5041(JALCO) 1 J320
N041031220 HEADER .1” SP DUAL ROW 20P (057-020-153) 3 J304, 306, 307
N041032305 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 5P (52147-0510) 1 J302
N041032306 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 6P (52147-0610) 1 J308
N041032307 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 7P (52147-0710) 1 J305
N041032310 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 10P (52147-1010) 1 J303
N041034401 PHONE JACK MONO 1/4” RA49C-12A MONO 3 J317-319
N041034411 CONN STEREO 1/8” W/SWITCH UNITOP 1 J315
N041034501 PHONE JACK STEREO 1/4” RA49C-14B 5 J310-314
N043003702 SWITCH POWER DPDT NKK M2022TXW30-DA 1 S2
N043010510 SWITCH SLIDER R/A 2.5mmSP SPDT 1 S1
N051064005 RES TF 56Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 4 R93, 96, 99, 102
N051064011 RES TF 110Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 12 R17, 20, 65, 68, 69, 73-75, 94, 95, 97, 98
N051064015 RES TF 1.5KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R22
N051064022 RES TF 220Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 4 R100, 101, 126, 128
N051064110 RES TF 10KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 21 R1-3, 9, 10, 12-14, 24, 70, 77, 84-86, 108, 109, 121, 144, 146, 147, 149
N051064150 RES TF 150Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R81
N051064470 RES TF 470Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R118
RES NET QUAD ISO 10KΩ 5% 1/16W
N051100010 5 RP9-13
3.2mmX1.6mm
N051100011 RES NET QUAD ISO 100Ω 5% 1/16W 8 RP1-8
N051101706 RES CF 47Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R134, 137
N051101708 RES TF 56Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R4, 5

6-6
Parts Lists
PC2/PC2X

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N051101721 RES CF 270Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R6, 83
N051101724 RES 470 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R18, 117
N051101730 RES CF 1.0KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 3 R87, 120, 148
N051101734 RES TF 1.5KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R82
N051101738 RES CF 2.2KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R8, 66
N051101760 RES CF 20KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R80
N051101768 RES TF 680KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 3 R76, 78, 79
N051101780 RES CF 100KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 7 R7, 15, 88-91, 150
N051101783 RES TF 200KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R145
N051101790 RES CF 1.0MΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 5 R11, 16, 71, 72, 119
N051101794 RES CF 1.5MΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R63
N051102302 POT R/A 10K 12RV03 (JUNG POONG) 1 R107
N051103073 RES CF 165KΩ 1% 1/8W 1206 1 R64
N051103121 RES TF 121KΩ 1% 1/8W 1206 1 R67
N051103151 RES TF 15.00KΩ 1% 1/8W 1206 8 R122, 123, 132, 133, 135, 136, 138, 142
N051120030 RES TF 3.0KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 3 R106, 127, 129
N051125201 RES TF 200Ω 1% 1/4W 1210 4 R124, 130, 139, 141
N052001223 CAP CER MONO 0.22UF 50V 20% AX 1 C39
N052001712 CAP ELECT 1000UF 25V RAD 1 C30
N052002412 CAP ELECT 470UF 25V 20% .2SP 1 C31
N052007401 CAP CER NPO 100PF 50V 5% 1206 2 C46, 55
N052007503 CAP CER X7R 0.1UF 50V 10% 1206 21 C12, 13, 23, 24, 29, 32, 33, 35, 38, 41, 42, 44, 45, 48-54, 56
N052007810 CAP CER X7R 1000PF 50V 10% 0603 21 C1-3, 6, 8-11, 14-22, 25-27, 47
N052007833 CAP CER NPO 33PF 50V 5% 0603 2 C4, 5
N052901601 CAP ELECT GP 100UF 16V 20% SZC SMT 4 C28, 34, 36, 37
N052901602 CAP ELECT GP 0.197” SP RAD 1000UF 16V 20% 1 C40
N052901610 CAP ELECT GP 10UF 16V 20% SZB SMT 1 C7
N053000703 DIODE RECT GP SMT 1A S1A SMA 1N4001 1206 5 D12, 14, 15, 17, 22
N053000802 DIODE SWITCH 1N4148 SMT DL-35 14 D1-11, 13, 16, 21
N054000802 TRANSISTOR MMBT2222L SOT-23 4 Q2, 7, 9, 18
N054002906 TRANSISTOR MMBT2907L SOT-23 6 Q1, 3, 4, 8, 12, 13
N054010301 TRANSISTOR NPN KSC2331-Y 2 Q14, 15
N055001505 IND FE BD 2.5-TURN SMT 2 L3, 4
N055001509 IND FE BD SMT 200mA 600Ω 100MHz 0805 2 L1, 2
N059010010 XTL 12.2880MHz +/-50PPM FND PAR 18PF SMT 1 Y1
N061010302 IC LOGIC 74HCU04 SOP14 1 U5
N061014002 IC LOGIC 74HC4051 SOP16-200 1 U11
N061014003 IC LOGIC MC74HC541DW SOP-20 1 U2
N063002302 IC OPT COUPLER PC410 1 U7
N064001602 IC LINEAR OPAMP TL072 SOP8-160 1 U3
N064003508 IC ANA OPAMP DL BIP LO-NOIS NE5532A 1 U9
N064010031 IC COMPARATOR QUAD LM339 SOIC14/14W 1 U4
N064010804 IC LINEAR -12V LM79L12 SOP8 1 VR3
N064010805 IC LINEAR +5V KA78T05 5V 3A TO-220 1 VR1
N064010806 IC LINEAR +12V LM78M12 TO-220 1 VR2
N215000105 SCHOTT TRANSFORMER 67129600 1 L5
N262100608 IC MICROCONTROLLER M37451M8-731FP 1 U1

6-7
Parts Lists
PC2/PC2X

LCD Board, N012103800


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N013040112 CABLE ENGINE TO LCD 14P RIBBON 1
N013042601 CABLE ENGINE TO LCD BACKLIGHT 2P PC2/X 1
N045010302 LCD UC-20212BLANO SAMSUNG PC-88/MX 1

Pitch & Mod Wheel Assembly, N012300053


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N013040122 CABLE POT TO WHEEL BD 3P #26 AWG 4 2
N041030007 HEADER 0.1” SP 4P (22-03-2041) 2 J202, 203
N041032306 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 6P (52147-0610) 1 J201
N051100118 RES CF 220Ω 5% 1/8W 2 R18, 19
N051100132 RES CF 1KΩ 5% 1/8W 1 R17
N051100310 RES MF 1KΩ 1% 1/8W 1 R12
N051100316 RES MF 1.5KΩ 1% 1/8W 1 R13
N051100336 RES MF 4.99KΩ 1% 1/8W 2 R16, 20
N051100354 RES MF 10KΩ 1% 1/8W 2 R9, 10
N051100379 RES 110K 1/8W 1% 2 R6, 7
N051100439 RES MF 30.1KΩ 1% 1/8W 3 R4, 5, 8
N051100850 RES MF 2.49KΩ 1% 1/8W 1 R11
N051101401 RES POT 100K 3/4 TURN 2 R14, 15
N051101410 RES TRIMPOT 50K 3/4 TURN 1 R3
N051102301 POT ROTARY 10K (K2000) 2 R1, 2
N052001204 CAP CER MONO Z5U .1UF 50V 20% .3AX 6 C1-6
N064001903 IC LINEAR OPAMP TLC2272CP DIP8 3 U1-3
N025223410 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X10 BLK 1
N025224414 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X14 BLK 2
N031053800 BRACKET MOUNTING PITCH & MOD WHEEL PC2 1
N032021811 BUSHING 8.0X26 K2000 1
N032021911 SPRING TORSION MUSIC WIRE 1
N035020311 PITCH & MOD WHEEL 35 2
N035027013 PITCH & MOD WHEEL CHEEK 1

6-8
Parts Lists
PC2

Slider Board, N012400051


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N035026158 BUTTON LG W/LED (ZONE1,3,4) PC2 4
N035026321 SLIDER KNOB PC-88 5
N035026411 SLIDER BEZEL PC-88 5
N039000701 SLIDE VOLUME FELT 0.3TX12X70 5
N041032307 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 7P (52147-0710) 1 J101
N041032308 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 8P (52147-0810) 1 J102
N043003703 SW TACT SPST 6mmX6mm 160GF ALPS SKHWAC 4 S1-4
N045010610 LED MINI RED/GREEN DIFUSSED T1 DKL-30RGM 4 D1-4
N051101502 SLIDER VOLUME SINGLE 10KB-LIN 45mm 5 R1-5
N053000801 DIODE 1N4148 DO-35 4 D5-8

PC2
Final Assembly, N012000150
Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
E207407181 DOUBLE SIDE TAPE 3M (5MMX50M) #467 0.01
N013030951 CABLE TIE 13
N013041601 CABLE SLIDER TO FRONT PANEL 8P PC2/X 1
N013041701 CABLE SLIDER TO CONN BD 7P PC2/X 1
N013041801 CABLE ENGINE TO CONN BD 10P PC2/X 1
N013041901 CABLE ENGINE TO CONN BD 5P PC2/X 1
N013042001 CABLE WHEEL TO CONN BD 6P PC2/X 1
N013042101 CABLE BUTTON BD TO FRONT PANEL 5P PC2/X 1
N013042201 CABLE ENGINE TO CONN BD POWER PC2/X 1
N013042301 CABLE KEYBOARD BASS & TREBLE PC2/X 1
N013042302 CABLE KEYBOARD BASS PC2 1
N013042401 CABLE FRONT PANEL TO CONN BD PC2/X 1
N015048232 FELT 2TX20X1200 BLK KEYBOARD K2500/S 1
N022002703 SPACER PUSH LOCKING 8.0MM TALL 4
N022003714 CABLE CLAMP 14P 1
N022003720 CABLE CLAMP 20P 4
N025153512 TAPPING SCREW-1 TH 3.5X12 BLK 8
N025153520 TAPPING SCREW-1 TH 3.5X20 BLK 16
N025224508 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3.5X8 WHITE W/WASHER 35
N025323408 MACHINE SCREW BH M4X8 BLK 35
N025323410 MACHINE SCREW BH M4X10 BLK 4
N025323414 MACHINE SCREW BH 4X14 BLK 2
N025328310 MACHINE SCREW BH 3X10 BLK W/WASHER 4
N032033632 BOTTOM PC2 1
N032037732 LEFT SUPPORT WALL PC2/X 1
N032037822 RIGHT SUPPORT WALL PC2/X 1

6-9
Parts Lists
PC2

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N032038813 CLAMP PCB PC2/X 5
N032038814 BRACKET CLAMPING ENCLOSURE TOP PC2/X 2
N032038815 BRACKET LOCKING ENDCAP PC2/X 2
N032038950 SPACER (BLK) 2
N032059011 PLATE COVER PCB PC2/X 1
N035020711 KNOB ENCODER 52 1
N035026511 LCD DISPLAY LENS PC-88 1
N039004322 CABLE MOUNT BASE (DAMD-10) 9
N125223408 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X8 BLK (PLASTIC) 4
N125223410 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X10 AN (PLASTIC) 2
N032033521 TOP COVER PC2 1
N039040004 BUMPON 3M 4
N052001022 ADAPTER 1
N035027013 CHECK PITCH & MOD WHEEL 1
N032033713 ENDCAP LEFT 1
N032033813 ENDCAP RIGHT 1
N125223408 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X8 BLK (PLASTIC) 14 FOR ENDCAPS
N215040311 KEYBOARD TP-8R AFT STRIP 76 NOTE 1

Keyboard Assembly, N215040311


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
PCB KEY CONTACT LOW
PCB KEY CONTACT HIGH
KEY CONTACT STRIP (12 NOTE)
BRACKET ROD/KEY WEIGHT SUPPORT 12 PO
KEY PIVOT
BRACKET ROD/KEY WEIGHT SUPPORT 4 POS
KEY NATURAL A
KEY NATURAL B
KEY NATURAL C
KEY NATURAL D
KEY NATURAL E
KEY NATURAL F
KEY NATURAL G
KEY NATURAL LOW A
KEY NATURAL HIGH C
KEY SHARP
KEY WEIGHT NATURAL
KEY WEIGHT SHARP
FELT RED
AFTER TOUCH STRIP

6-10
Parts Lists
PC2X

PC2X
Final Assembly N012000151
Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
E207407181 DOUBLE SIDE TAPE 3M(5MMX50M)#4670.01
N013030951 CABLE TIE 13
N013041601 CABLE SLIDER TO FRONT PANEL 8P PC2/X 1
N013041701 CABLE SLIDER TO CONNECTOR BD 7P PC2/X 1
N013041801 CABLE ENGINE TO CONNECTOR BD 10P PC2/X 1
N013041901 CABLE ENGINE TO CONNECTOR BD 5P PC2/X 1
N013042001 CABLE WHEEL TO CONNECTOR BD 6P PC2/X 1
N013042101 CABLE BUTTON BD TO FRONT PANEL 5P PC2/X 1
N013042201 CABLE ENGINE TO CONN BD POWER PC2/X 1
N013042301 CABLE KEYBOARD BASS & TREBLE PC2/X 1
N013042303 CABLE KEYBOARD BASS PC2X 1
N013042401 CABLE FRONT PANEL TO CONNECTOR B/D PC2/X 1
N015047014 FELT (W/ ONE SIDE ADHESIVE) 1TX10X1000 BLK 2
FELT 2TX17X1300 BLK KRYBOARD
N015048236 1
K2500X/XS/AES
N022002703 SPACER PUSH LOCKING 8.0MM TALL 4
N022003714 CABLE CLAMP 14P 1
N022003720 CABLE CLAMP 20P 4
N025224508 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3.5X8 WHITE W/WASHER 35
N025226508 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3.5X8 BLK W/WASHER 2
N025323312 MACHINE SCREW BH 3X12 BLK 1
N025323408 MACHINE SCREW BH M4X8 BLK 35
N025323410 MACHINE SCREW BH M4X10 BLK 4
N025323414 MACHINE SCREW BH 4X14 BLK 2
N025328310 MACHINE SCREW BH 3X10 BLK W/WASHER 4
N025328610 MACHINE SCREW BH 4X10 W/SFWASHER BLK 8
N032033633 BOTTOM PC2X 1
N032037732 LEFT SUPPORT WALL PC2/X 1
N032037822 RIGHT SUPPORT WALL PC2/X 1
N032038813 CLAMP PCB PC2/X 5
N032038814 BRACKET CLAMPING ENCLOSURE TOP PC2/X 2
N032038815 BRACKET LOCKING ENDCAP PC2/X 2
N032038950 SPACER (BLK) 2
N032059011 PLATE COVER PCB PC2/X 1
N035020711 KNOB ENCODER 1
N035026511 LCD DISPLAY LENS PC-88 1
N039004322 CABLE MOUNT BASE (DAMD-10) 9
N125223408 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X8 BLK (PLASTIC) 4
N032033522 TOP COVER PC2X 1

6-11
Parts Lists
PC2X

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N039040004 BUMPON 3M 4
N052001022 ADAPTER 1
N035027013 CHECK PITCH & MOD WHEEL 1
N032033713 ENDCAP LEFT 1
N032033813 ENDCAP RIGHT 1
N125223408 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X8 BLK (PLASTIC) 14 FOR ENDCAPS
N125223410 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X10 AN (PLASTIC) 2
N215040413 KEYBOARD TP-10MDF AFT (ABS) 1

Keyboard Assembly, N215040413


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
PCB KEY CONTACT LOW
PCB KEY CONTACT HIGH
KEY CONTACT STRIP (12 NOTE)
BRACKET ROD/KEY WEIGHT SUPPORT 12 POS
KEY PIVOT
BRACKET ROD/KEY WEIGHT SUPPORT 4 POS
KEY NATURAL A
KEY NATURAL B
KEY NATURAL C
KEY NATURAL D
KEY NATURAL E
KEY NATURAL F
KEY NATURAL G
KEY NATURAL LOW A
KEY NATURAL HIGH C
KEY SHARP
KEY WEIGHT NATURAL
KEY WEIGHT SHARP
FELT RED
AFTER TOUCH STRIP

6-12
Parts Lists
PC2R

PC2R
Connector Board, N01230004
Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
RES TF 7.5KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R19
N041006503 CONN PWR JACK 4P W/SHIELD UNITOP 1 J321
N041021903 JACK PHONE RCA TYPE TA PCMT 1 J300
N041025308 HEADER .156" SP 8P (09-65-2088) 1 J301
N041030326 HEADER .1" SP DUAL ROW 26P (057-026-153) 1 J304
N041031104 JACK 1/4" STEREO (EPJ-BBB-P) BELTON 2 J311-312
N041032305 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mm SP 5P (52147-0510) 1 J302
N041032310 CONN WIRE TRAP 2.00mmSP 10P (52147-1010) 1 J303
N041034010 HEADER .098" SP 10P (22-03-5105) 1 J322
N041034031 CONN MIDI TRIPLE R/A PCMT (YKF51-5046) 1 J320
N043010510 SWITCH SLIDER R/A 2.5mmSP SPDT 1 S1
N051064005 RES TF 56Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 4 R93, 96, 99, 102
N051064011 RES TF 110Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 6 R17, 20, 94-95, 97-98
N051064016 RES TF 1.6KΩ 5% 1/16W 0603 1 R118
N051064022 RES TF 220Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 2 R100-101
N051064110 RES TF 10Ω 5% 1/16W 0603 T&R 13 R1-3, 12, 14, 24, 108-109, 121, 126, 128, 144, 147
N051100010 RES NET QUAD ISO 10KΩ 5% 1/16W 4 RP9-12
N051100011 RES NET QUAD ISO 100Ω 5% 1/16W 3 RP6-8
N051101706 RES CF 47Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R134, 137
N051101708 RES CF 56Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R4-5
N051101721 RES CF 270Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R6
N051101724 RES 470 5% THICK FILM 1206 2 R18, 117
N051101730 RES CF 1.0KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R120, 148
N051101734 RES TF 1.5KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R22
N051101780 RES CF 100KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R15
N051101790 RES CF 1.0MΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 3 R11, 16, 119
N051102103 RELAY 5V DPDT (G6H-2-DC5) 1 RY1
N051103151 RES TF 15.00KΩ 1% 1/8W 1206 8 R122-123, 132-133, 135-136, 138, 142
N051120030 RES TF 3.0KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 3 R106, 127, 129
N051120056 RES TF 5.6KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R8
N051125201 RES TF 200Ω 5% 1/4W 1210 4 R124, 130, 139, 141
N052001204 CAP CER MONO Z5U 0.1UF 50V 20% 3AX 3 C1-3
N052001223 CAP CER MONO 0.22UF 50V 20% AX 1 C39
N052001711 CAP ELECT 100UF 25V 20% RAD 4 C28, 34, 36, 37
N052001712 CAP ELECT 1000UF 25V RAD 1 C30
N052002412 CAP ELECT 470UF 25V 20% .2SP 1 C31
N052007401 CAP CER NPO 100PF 50V 5% 1206 2 C46, 55
N052007503 CAP CER X7R 0.1UF 50V 10% 1206 16 C29, 32-33, 35, 38, 41-42, 44-45, 49-54, 56
N052007810 CAP CER X7R 1000PF 50V 10% 0603 10 C17-22, 25-27, 47
N052007833 CAP CER NPO 33PF 50V 5% 0603 2 C4-5
N052901602 CAP ELECT GP 0.197" SP RAD 1000UF 16V 20% 1 C40

6-13
Parts Lists
PC2R

Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation


N053000703 DIODE RECT GP SMT 1A S1A SMA 1N4001 1206 4 D14-15, 17, 22
N053000802 DIODE SWITCH 1N4148 SMT DL-35 2 D13, 21
N054000802 TRANSISTOR MMBT2222L SOT-23 3 Q7, 9, 18
N054002906 TRANSISTOR MMBT2907L SOT-23 4 Q4, 8, 12-13
N054010301 TRANSISTOR NPN KSC2331-Y 2 Q14-15
N055001505 IND FE BD 2.5 TURN SMT 4 L1-4
N059010010 XTL 12.2880MHz +/-50PPM FND PAR 18PF SMT 1 Y1
N061010302 IC LOGIC 74HCU04 SOP14 1 U5
N061014002 IC LOGIC 74HC4051 SOP16-200 1 U11
N063002302 IC OPT COUPLER PC410 SOP6-170 1 U7
N064003508 IC ANA OPAMP DL BIP LO-NOIS NE5532A 1 U9
N064010804 IC LINEAR -12V LM79L12 SOP8 1 VR3
N064010805 IC LINEAR +5V KA78T05 5V 3A TO-220 1 VR1
N064010806 IC LINEAR +12V LM78M12 TO-220 1 VR2
N215000105 SCHOTT TRANSFORMER 67129600 1 L5
N262100608 IC MICROCONTROLLER M37451M8-731FP 1 U1

Front Panel Assembly, N012300070


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N025323306 MACHINE SCREW BH 3X6 BLK 7 BRACKET CLAMPING PCB & FRONT LEFT & RIGHT
N025383306 MACHINE SCREW FH M3X6 (SMALL) 4 FRONT PANEL & BRACKET CLAMPING PCB
N031063100 BRACKET CLAMPING PCB PC2R 1
N035033900 LCD DISPLAY LEN PC2R 1
N032027426 FRONT PANEL PC2R 1

Left Front Panel Board, N012300080


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N013035412 CABLE FRONT PANEL PC2R 200mm 1
N041030036 HEADER 16P PICOFLEX MOLEX 90325-0016 1 J603
N041034002 HEADER .098" SP 2P (22-03-5025) 1 J604
N043003704 SW TACT SPST 6mmX6mm 160gf ALPS SKHHDA 6 S15-20
N045010111 LED T1 RED HI EFF DIFFUSED LTL-4221 1 D10
N045010610 LED MINI RED/GREEN DIFUSSED T1 DKL-30RGM 5 D11, 13, 15, 17, 19
N035033800 KEYCAP W/LED PC2R 6 @15-20
N051102304 POT 10K 15mmLx6mmD FLAT ELEC 4 R19-22
N035025813 POWER SWITCH VOLUME KNOB PC2R 4 @R19-22
N051101702 RES CF 15Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R17, 18
N052007503 CAP CER X7R 0.1UF 50V 10% 1206 1 C7
N053000802 DIODE SWITCH 1N4148 SMT DL-35 4 D12, 14, 16, 18
N054000802 TRANSISTOR MMBT2222L SOT-23 2 Q9-10

6-14
Parts Lists
PC2R

Right Front Panel Board, N012300090


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N041030036 HEADER 16P PICOFLEX MOLEX 90325-0016 1 J602
N041030326 HEADER .1" SP DUAL ROW 26P (057-026-153) 1 J601
N043003704 SW TACT SPST 6mmX6mm 160gf ALPS SKHHDA 14 S1-14
N045010111 LED T1 RED HI EFF DIFFUSED LTL-4221 8 D1-8
N045010610 LED MINI RED/GREEN DIFUSSED T1 DKL-30RGM 1 D9
N051004710 POT 36STEP 2BIT GRAY 1 SP1
N051102303 POT 10K 20mmLX6mmD KNURLED ELEC 1 R1
N052002422 CAP ELECT 470UF 6.3V 3.5mm SP.11mm 2 C1-2
N035033800 KEYCAP W/LED PC2R 9 @S3-8, 10, 11, 12
N035033600 KEYCAP NO LED PC2R 5 @S1, 2, 9, 13, 14
N035034000 KNOB ENCODER PC2R 1 @SP1
N051101702 RES CF 15Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 2 R9, 10
N051101703 RES CF 1Ω 5% 1/8W 1206 1 R2
N051101757 RES CF 10KΩ 5% 1/8W 1206 12 R3-8, 11-16
N052007503 CAP CER X7R 0.1UF 50V 10% 1206 7 C3-6, 8-10
N054000802 TRANSISTOR MMBT2222L SOT-23 2 Q1, 2
N054002906 TRANSISTOR MMBT2907L SOT-23 6 Q3-8
N061000302 IC LOGIC 74LS145 SOP16 1 U1
N061014003 IC LOGIC MC74HC541DW SOP-20 1 U3
N061020502 IC 74HC373A OCTAL LATCH SOIC20 1 U2

Headphone/Volume/Power Switch Board, N012700019


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N041021007 HEADPHONE JACK (HTJ-064-05) MARK-XXX 1 J1
N041034110 HEADER 10P 1 ROW .098" SP R/A 1 J2
N251102305 POT 10K LIN PUSH SW PC2R 1 R1

LCD Board, N012103802


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N013042502 CABLE ENG TO LCD 14P PC2R 330mm 1
N013042603 CABLE ENG TO LCD BACKLIGHT 2P PC2R 1
N245010320 LCD DISPLAY 20X2 Tinama (TM202JFF6) 1

6-15
Parts Lists
PC2R

Final Assembly, N012000153


Part No. Description Qty. Reference Designation
N013041802 CABLE ENG TO CONN BD 10P PC2R 160mm 1
N013042202 CABLE ENG TO CONN BD POWER PC2R 200mm 1
N032062700 FRONT PANEL 1
N039040001 BUMPON (BLACK) 3M SJ-5508 4
N052001021 ADAPTER (YCA) PC2 1
N013042801 CABLE CONN TO HEADPHONE PC2R 270mm 1
N013042901 CABLE CONN TO FRONT PANEL 26P PC2R 320mm 1
N013043001 CABLE CONN TO ENG AUDIO 5P PC2R 105mm 1
N022002703 BUTTON SUPPORT DONG-A DABS 8R 4
N025223306 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X6 BLK 13
N025224508 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3.5X8 WHITE W/WASHER 1
N025323306 MACHINE SCREW BH 3X6 BLK 7
N025383306 MACHINE SCREW FH M3X6 (SMALL) 4
N032062301 ENCLOSURE BOTTOM PC2R 1
N032062500 ENCLOSURE TOP PC2R 1
N032064900 HEAT SINK PC2R 1
N125223408 TAPPING SCREW-2 BH 3X8 BLK (PLASTIC) 2
N039020700 PRESSURE STRIP BOTTOM EDGE PCB PC2R 1

6-16
Chapter 7
Schematics

Description Page No.

Engine Board–Microprocessor (page 1 of 5) page 7-3


Engine Board–Master/Slave Mabels (page 2 of 5) page 7-4
Engine Board–Lisa F/X 128Ch Option, Clocks (page 3 of 5) page 7-5
Engine Board–Sound ROM, Uart, Glue, Decoupling (page 4 of 5) page 7-6
Engine Board–Audio Channel, Muting Control (page 5 of 5) page 7-7
Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–FP Buttons and LEDs (page 1 of 2) page 7-8
Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–IBBB Buttons and LEDs (page 2 of 2) page 7-9
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Scanner (page 1 of 3) page 7-10
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Digital Interface (page 2 of 3) page 7-11
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Power Supply/Audio (page 3 of 3) page 7-12
Slider Board (keyboard models)–Sliders page 7-13
Right Front Panel Board (rack models)–FP Buttons and LEDs (page 1 of 2) page 7-14
Left Front Panel Board (rack models)–Controllers, FP Buttons and LEDs (page 2 of 2) page 7-15
Connector Board (rack models)–Scanner (page 1 of 3) page 7-16
Connector Board (rack models)–Digital Interface (page 2 of 3) page 7-17
Connector Board (rack models)–Power Supply/Audio (page 3 of 3) page 7-18
Power/Volume/Headphone Board (rack models) page 7-19
Chapter 7 1 2
Engine Board–Microprocessor (page 1 of 5)

3 4 5 6 7
Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual

VCC VCC
CD[15:00] {2-C1,3-A1,4-C6}

CA[20:00] {2-A1,3-A1,4-B5}
1

BUVDD
R3 R4
820 1.3K VCC
A MC68331CPV25 C5 C6 A
2

2 1

2 1
+ C68 J404
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
112 47uF 35V

2
PE2/AVEC_L 104
113 PE7/SIZ1 SIZ1 {4-C6} U5 31 1
DSACK1 {2-A1,3-A1} PE1/DSACK1_L 105 A21 VCC1
114 PE6/SIZ0 SIZ0 {4-C6} 1M/2MX16 FLASH ROM CA[20] 30 49
DSACK0 PE0/DSACK0_L 110 A20 VCC2
PE4/DS_L DS 8 VCC U7 CA[19] 29
106 NC/A21 A19
PE5/AS_L CA[20] 9 CA[18] 18 11 CA[18] 28
111 A20 A17 VCC1 A18
92 PE3/RMC_L U1 CA[19] 10 56 CA[17] 19 33 CA[17] 27
CRESET RESET A19 VPP A16 VCC2 A17
94 74VHC14 CA[18] 11 CA[16] 20 CA[16] 25
BERR BERR 103 A18 A15 A16
93 R/W CWE CA[17] 12 CA[15] 21 38 CD[15] CA[15] 24 48 CD[15]
HALT HALT {2-A1,3-A1,4-C6} A17 A14 D15 A15 D15
CA[16] 13 19 CD[15] CA[14] 22 37 CD[14] CA[14] 23 47 CD[14]
3 4 A16 D15 A13 D14 A14 D14
COE CA[15] 5 17 CD[14] CA[13] 23 36 CD[13] CA[13] 22 46 CD[13]
CD[15] 116 A15 D14 A12 D13 A13 D13
D15 CA[14] 4 24 CD[13] CA[12] 24 35 CD[12] CA[12] 21 45 CD[12]
CD[14] 117 10 A14 D13 A11 D12 A12 D12
D14 A23/CS10_L E {4-C6} CA[13] 3 26 CD[12] CA[11] 25 32 CD[11] CA[11] 20 44 CD[11]
CD[13] 118 9 A13 D12 A10 D11 A11 D11
D13 A22/CS9_L IAK7 CA[12] 2 30 CD[11] CA[10] 26 31 CD[10] CA[10] 19 43 CD[10]
CD[12] 119 8 A12 D11 A09 D10 A10 D10
D12 A21/CS8_L ASICS {2-B4} CA[11] 54 32 CD[10] CA[09] 27 30 CD[09] CA[09] 18 42 CD[09]
CD[11] 122 7 CA[20] A11 D10 A08 D09 A09 D09
D11 A20/CS7_L CA[10] 53 41 CD[09] CA[08] 42 29 CD[08] CA[08] 17 41 CD[08]
CD[10] 124 6 CA[19] A10 D09 A07 D08 A08 D08
D10 A19/CS6_L CA[09] 52 39 CD[08] CA[07] 43 16 CD[07] CA[07] 16 40 CD[07]
CD[09] 125 64 CA[18] A09 D08 A06 D07 A07 D07
D9 A18 CA[08] 43 18 CD[07] CA[06] 44 15 CD[06] CA[06] 15 39 CD[06]
CD[08] 127 63 CA[17] A08 D07 A05 D06 A06 D06
D8 A17 CA[07] 45 16 CD[06] CA[05] 1 14 CD[05] CA[05] 14 37 CD[05]
CD[07] 130 60 CA[16] A07 D06 A04 D05 A05 D05
D7 A16 VCC CA[06] 46 25 CD[05] CA[04] 2 13 CD[04] CA[04] 13 36 CD[04]
CD[06] 131 58 CA[15] A06 D05 A03 D04 A04 D04
D6 A15 CA[05] 47 27 CD[04] CA[03] 3 10 CD[03] CA[03] 12 35 CD[03]
CD[05] 132 57 CA[14] A05 D04 A02 D03 A03 D03
D5 A14 CA[04] 48 31 CD[03] CA[02] 4 9 CD[02] CA[02] 11 34 CD[02]

1
CD[04] 133 U2 56 CA[13] A04 D03 A01 D02 A02 D02
D4 A13 CA[03] 49 33 CD[02] VCC CA[01] 5 8 CD[01] CA[01] 10 33 CD[01]
CD[03] 136 52 CA[12] R5 A03 D02 A00 D01 A01 D01
D3 A12 CA[02] 50 40 CD[01] 7 CD[00] 9 32 CD[00]
CD[02] 137 51 CA[11] 1K A02 D01 D00 A00 D00
D2 A11 CA[01] 51 38 CD[00] 6

1
CD[01] 138 50 CA[10] A01 D00 BUVDD CS 7

2
D1 A10 37 40 CE
CD[00] 139 49 CA[09] A00 R8 HB 6
B D0 A9 39 WE B
46 CA[08] 55 36 1K LB 5

1
A8 RESET {2-A1,3-D1,4-D6,5-C1} PWD BYTE 41 OE
45 CA[07] 1 OE 4

2
A7 CE0 R9 17 HB
44 CA[06] 7 20 WE 3
95 A6 CE1 STATUS 2.2K LB
IRQ7 PF7/IRQ7_L 43 CA[05] 21
96 A5 OE 256KX16 SRAM 2

2
IRQ6 {4-C7} PF6/IRQ6_L 42 CA[04] 22 GND 12 34 GND1
97 A4 WE 8
IRQ5 PF5/IRQ5_L 41 CA[03] 23 GND2
98 A3 WP 26
IRQ4 {4-C8} PF4/IRQ4_L 40 CA[02] GND3
99 A2 38
IRQ3 PF3/IRQ3_L 39 CA[01] VCC 14 28 42 Q1 GND4
100 A1 C 50
IRQ2 PF2/IRQ2_L 115 CA[00] DGND 15 29 44 MMBT3904 GND5
101 A0
IRQ1 PF1/IRQ1_L B
102
MISO {3-D6} PF0/MODCLK
XJ1 JP1
MOSI {3-D6} E
65 (DNS) BOOT Select 0.1" BOOT Select 2mm
R1 PQS0/MISO

1
66 VCC
47 PQS1/MOSI 5
1 2 SCKO 67 FC2/CS5_L LCDCS {4-C6} JMP JMP R10
SCK {3-C6} PQS2/SCK 4 U3
68 FC1/CS4_L UARTCS {4-B5} 4.7K

1
SS {3-C6} PQS3/PCS0/SS_L 3 NC7SZ08

SMT2.5T
L2
69 FC0/CS3_L
3
2
1

3
2
1

2
VCC PQS4/PCS1 143 CS2 1 VCC 5
70 BGACK_L/CS2_L 4 GND 3
ERAMCS
PQS5/PCS2 142 CS1 2
71 BG/CS1_L
PQS6/PCS3 141 CS0
1

VCC BR/CS0_L 1 VCC 5 R13


VCC 4 GND 3 FLASHCS

2
R2 80 140 BOOTCS 2 8.2, 1/4W J405
TSC CSBOOT_L
1

4.7K 76 1 2 1
CRXD RXD COE VCC
R58 78 U4 2
2

IFETCH IFETCH_L/DSI 75 RAMCS GND


100 79 PQS7/TXD CTXD NC7SZ08
BKPT BKPT_L/DSCLK 77 RESETDLD
IPIPE_L/DSO IPIPE BACKLIGHT
2

22 CWE {2-A1,3-A1,4-C6}
PAI PAI
CHB {4-C7}
23 81
PGP7/IC4/OC5 FREEZE/QUOT FREEZE CLB {4-C7}
24 J406
C PGP6/OC4 C
28 U6
1

PGP5/OC3/OC1 VCC 1
29 14 74AC08 Vss
R59 DACMUTE {5-D1} PGP4/OC2/OC1 PWMB 2
30 15 Vdd
100 MUTE PGP3/OC1 PWMA 1
31 CA[01] {2,3,4} 3 2 1 3
ROM1PR {4-D5} PGP2/IC3 RP1 RP3 2 VEE
2

32

L4
FE BEAD
ROM0PR {4-D5} PGP1/IC2 10K VCC 10K VCC 4
33 RS
OPRSNT {3-D7} PGP0/IC1 5
13 1 8 1 8 U8 R/W
VCC PCLK PCLK BERR
2 7
CWE {2,3,4}
2 7 CWE {02,03,04}
5
6 74HC245
6
E
84 IRQ7 DSACK0 4
VDDSYN 3 6 3 6 CD[00] 18 2 7
85 90 IRQ6 {4-C7} CS0 B[1] A[1] D00
CLK25 {2-A1,3-D8,5-C1} EXTAL CLKOUT 4 5 4 5 CD[01] 17 3 8
87 83 IRQ5 BOOTCS B[2] A[2] D01
XFC XTAL 74AC08 CD[02] 16 4 9
RP2 RP4 B[3] A[3] D02
C1 U6 2 1 CD[03] 15 5 10
2 1

U1 10K 10K B[4] A[4] D03


74VHC14 100pF VCC 11 19 25 37 47 61 72 86 89 109 121 135 144 CD[04] 14 6 11

L5
FE BEAD
B[5] A[5] D04
GND 2 12 20 26 35 48 54 62 74 82 91 107 120 128 134 1 8 1 8 CD[05] 13 7 12
2 1 IRQ4 {4-C8} DACMUTE {5-D1} VCC B[6] A[6] D05
MUTE {5-C1} NC 1 16 17 18 21 27 34 36 38 53 55 59 73 88 108 123 126 129 2 7 2 7 CD[06] 12 8 13
IRQ3 MUTE R7 B[7] A[7] D06
J401 3 6 3 6 CD[07] 11 9 14
IRQ2 PAI 10K B[8] A[8] D07
2 1 4 5 4 5 1 2
BERR BERR DS DS IRQ1 PCLK HALT
4 3 DIR G
BKPT BKPT VSEE1 C7

2 1
6 5 VCC

19
FREEZE FREEZE VSEE2 VCC PWRUPRST 1000PF 20x2 LCD
8 7
IFETCH IFTECH RESET
10 9 CRESET
IPIPE IPIPE VCC
1

U1 LCDCS {4-C6}
SMT2.5T
L1

Do_Not_Install + C3 13 12 LCDE {4-C7}


CRESET 220uF RESET {2-A1,3-D1,4-D6,5-C1}
J403
2

74VHC14 MIDI & CPU


D1
2

J402 BUVDD +12V 1


BAS40 RESET {4-C6} MRXD {4-B6} MIDI_RxD
2
D 8 3 1 CONT D
PWRUPRST
7
D6 R69
MTXD {4-B7}
3
MIDI_TxD YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD.
BUVdd DNS DNS 4
6 IRQ7 IRQ
MUTE MUTE {5-C1} U1 2 1 1 2 U1 5 Reproduction without the express written consent
5 IAK7 IACK
+12V 74VHC14 74VHC14 6
4 +VBAT CRXD INT_RxD of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
AGND R6 7
3 CTXD INT_TxD
-12V 2.2K 8 PC88 II ENGINE
2 5 6 1 2 11 10 AESO {2-A8} DIG_OUT
5V_DIG RESETDLD 9 MICROPROCESSOR
1 GND
DGND C2 C4 10
2 1

2 1

+VBAT Filename: P82RDV4 Date: 9/19/2000


1000PF DNS
Eng: By: T. THOMPSON
PC2 POWER ~12V Mfg: Sht 1 of 5
Doc: 021197 Rev: D V4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-3
Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual Engine Board–Master/Slave Mabels (page 2 of 5)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

KISI {3-D8}
DSACK1 {1-A1,3-A1} RP9
TS1 TS2 TS3 TS4 VCC
CWE {1-A3,C4,C5;3-A1;4-C6} 10K KISO {3-A1}
CA[20:00] {1-A8,3-A1,4-B5} 1 8 TOPO {3-A1,D6}
SMWE {4-D1}

1
2 7 CLK20 {3-D8,4-D6}
CLK25 {1-C1,3-D8,5-C1}
3 6
RESET {1-B4,D5;3-D1;4-D6;5-C1} DACBCLK {5-D1}
JTAGMODE 4 5
DACL_R {5-D1}
JTAGIN JTAGOUT
DACDATA {5-D1}
JTAGCLK
A ADCMCLK AESO {1-D6} A
SSMRCS {4-A1}

SMA[25:01] {4-B1}
ADCDATA
ADCBCLK
ADCL_R
SMA[25] SMA[25]
142
141
140
139

127

127

139
140
141
142
63
62
61

26

29

64
67
59

59
67
64

29

26

61
62
63
1

4
3
2

2
3
4
SMFIFOLO

SMFIFOLO
MDATAI

MDATAI
R14
DACCTRL0
DACCTRL1
DACCTRL2

ADCCTRL0
ADCCTRL1
ADCCTRL2

MDATAO

MDATAO

ADCCTRL2
ADCCTRL1
ADCCTRL0

DACCTRL2
DACCTRL1
DACCTRL0
ADCI

ADCI
ADC_RDY

ADC_RDY
MSYNC

MSYNC
DACO0
DACO1
DACO2
DACO3

DACO3
DACO2
DACO1
DACO0
60 60
SMAV SMAV SMOE {4-A1,D1}
10K 69 69
SMR/W SMR/W SMWE {4-D1}
68 22 22 68
2

SMRAS TCK TCK SMRAS


27 23 23 27
SMREF TDI TDI SMREF
28 24 24 28
SMRCS TDO TDO SMRCS MSMRCS {4-A1}
25 25
TMS TMS
SMA[24] 30 30 SMA[24]
SMA24 SMA24
SMA[23] 31 86 86 31 SMA[23]
SMA23 RESET RESET SMA23
SMA[22] 32 56 56 32 SMA[22]
SMA22 CLK CLK SMA22
SMA[21] 33 33 SMA[21]
SMA21 18 54 57 88 90 92 124 125 128 VCC VCC 18 54 57 88 90 92 124 125 128 SMA21
SMA[20] 34 65 65 34 SMA[20]
SMA20 CS CS SMA20
SMA[19] 35 66 66 35 SMA[19]
SMA19 17 55 58 87 89 91 123 126 129 DGND RD RD DGND 17 55 58 87 89 91 123 126 129 SMA19
SMA[18] 36 93 93 36 SMA[18]
SMA18 WR WR SMA18
SMA[17] 37 114 114 37 SMA[17]
SMA17 DTACK DTACK SMA17
SMA[16] 38 38 SMA[16]
SMA16 SMA16
B SMA[15] 39 5 CA[14] CA[14] 5 39 SMA[15] B
SMA15 BIUA14 VCC BIUA14 SMA15
SMA[14] 40 6 CA[13] CA[13] 6 40 SMA[14]
SMA14 BIUA13 BIUA13 SMA14
SMA[13] 41 U9 7 CA[12] CA[12] 7 U11 41 SMA[13]
SMA13 BIAU12 BIAU12 SMA13

1
SMA[12] 42 8 CA[11] CA[11] 8 42 SMA[12]
SMA12 MABEL-2 BIUA11 BIUA11 MABEL-2 SMA12
SMA[11] 43 9 CA[10] R36 CA[10] 9 43 SMA[11]
SMA11 BIUA10 BIUA10 SMA11
SMA[10] 44 SLAVE 10 CA[09] 10K U10 CA[09] 10 MASTER 44 SMA[10]
SMA10 BIUA09 BIUA09 SMA10
SMA[09] 45 11 CA[08] 74VHC139 CA[08] 11 45 SMA[09]
2
SMA09 BIUA08 BIUA08 SMA09
SMA[08] 46 12 CA[07] CA[15] 2 4 CA[07] 12 46 SMA[08]
SMA08 BIUA07 A Y0 MMABELCS BIUA07 SMA08
SMA[07] 47 13 CA[06] CA[16] 3 5 CA[06] 13 47 SMA[07]
SMA07 BIUA06 B Y1 SMABELCS BIUA06 SMA07
SMA[06] 48 14 CA[05] 6 CA[05] 14 48 SMA[06]
SMA06 BIUA05 Y2 LISACS {3-A1} BIUA05 SMA06
SMA[05] 49 15 CA[04] 1 7 CA[04] 15 49 SMA[05]
SMA05 BIUA04 ASICS {1-B3} G Y3 BIUA04 SMA05
SMA[04] 50 16 CA[03] CA[03] 16 50 SMA[04]
SMA04 BIUA03 BIUA03 SMA04
SMA[03] 51 19 CA[02] CA[02] 19 51 SMA[03]
SMA03 BIUA02 BIUA02 SMA03
SMA[02] 52 20 CA[01] CA[01] 20 52 SMA[02]
SMA02 BIUA01 BIUA01 SMA02
SMA[01] 53 21 21 53 SMA[01]
SMA01 BIUA00 BIUA00 SMA01
SMD[15] 70 101 CD[15] CD[15] 101 70 SMD[15]
SMD15 BIUD15 BIUD15 SMD15
SMD[14] 71 100 CD[14] CD[14] 100 71 SMD[14]
SMD14 BIUD14 BIUD14 SMD14
SMD[13] 72 99 CD[13] CD[13] 99 72 SMD[13]
SMD13 BIUD13 BIUD13 SMD13
SMD[12] 73 98 CD[12] CD[12] 98 73 SMD[12]
SMD12 BIUD12 BIUD12 SMD12
SMD[11] 74 97 CD[11] CD[11] 97 74 SMD[11]
SMD11 BIUD11 BIUD11 SMD11
SMD[10] 75 96 CD[10] CD[10] 96 75 SMD[10]
SMD10 BIUD10 BIUD10 SMD10
SMD[09] 76 95 CD[09] CD[09] 95 76 SMD[09]
SMD09 BIUD09 BIUD09 SMD09
SMD[08] 77 94 CD[08] CD[08] 94 77 SMD[08]
SMD08 BIUD08 BIUD08 SMD08
SMD[07] 78 115 CD[07] CD[07] 115 78 SMD[07]
SMD07 BIUD07 BIUD07 SMD07
SMD[06] 79 116 CD[06] CD[06] 116 79 SMD[06]
SMD06 BIUD06 BIUD06 SMD06
SMD[05] 80 117 CD[05] CD[05] 117 80 SMD[05]
SMD05 BIUD05 BIUD05 SMD05
SMD[04] 81 118 CD[04] CD[04] 118 81 SMD[04]
C SMD04 BIUD04 BIUD04 SMD04 C
SMD[03] 82 119 CD[03] CD[03] 119 82 SMD[03]
SMD03 BIUD03 BIUD03 SMD03
SMD[02] 83 120 CD[02] CD[02] 120 83 SMD[02]
DMCAS
DMRAS

DMRAS
DMCAS
SMD02 BIUD02 BIUD02 SMD02
DMR/W

DMR/W
DMD00
DMD01
DMD02
DMD03
DMD04
DMD05
DMD06
DMD07
DMD08
DMD09
DMD10
DMD11

DMD11
DMD10
DMD09
DMD08
DMD07
DMD06
DMD05
DMD04
DMD03
DMD02
DMD01
DMD00
DMA00
DMA01
DMA02
DMA03
DMA04
DMA05
DMA06
DMA07
DMA08

DMA08
DMA07
DMA06
DMA05
DMA04
DMA03
DMA02
DMA01
DMA00
SMD[01] 84 121 CD[01] CD[01] 121 84 SMD[01]
SMD01 BIUD01 BIUD01 SMD01
SMD[00] 85 122 CD[00] CD[00] 122 85 SMD[00]
SMD00 BIUD00 BIUD00 SMD00
1

1
144

143

138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130

113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102

102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113

130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138

143

144
MDMD[11]
MDMD[10]
MDMD[09]
MDMD[08]
MDMD[07]
MDMD[06]
MDMD[05]
MDMD[04]
MDMD[03]
MDMD[02]
MDMD[01]
MDMD[00]
SDMD[00]
SDMD[01]
SDMD[02]
SDMD[03]
SDMD[04]
SDMD[05]
SDMD[06]
SDMD[07]
SDMD[08]
SDMD[09]
SDMD[10]
SDMD[11]

FOUR DECOUPLING CAPS ON U9 & U11, ONE ON EACH SIDE

CD[15:00] {1-A8,3-A1,4-C6}
SMD[15:00] {4-C1}
RP6 RP10
VCC 10K 10K
VCC
1 8 SDMD[05] 1 8 MDMD[05]
1
SMT2.5T
L3

2 7 SDMD[03] 2 7 MDMD[03]
3 6 SDMD[02] 3 6 MDMD[02]
DO NOT INSTALL
4 5 SDMD[01] 4 5 MDMD[01]
2

RP7 RP11
ADCDATA VCC 10K VCC 10K
RP5
100 +12V J407 1 8 SDMD[11] 1 8 MDMD[11]
2 7 SDMD[10] 2 7 MDMD[10]
1 8 2 1
D DATA SGND1 3 6 SDMD[09] 3 6 MDMD[09] D
ADCBCLK
2 7 4
BITCLK SGND2
3
4 5 SDMD[08] 4 5 MDMD[08] YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD.
3 6 6 5
ADCL_R L/R SGND3
4 5 8 7 RP8 RP12 Reproduction without the express written consent
ADCMCLK MCLK SGND4
10 9 10K 10K
DO NOT INSTALL VCC DGND of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
12 11
+5Vana NC 1 8 SDMD[07] 1 8 MDMD[07]
14 13 PC88 II ENGINE
-5Vana AGND 2 7 SDMD[06] 2 7 MDMD[06]
MASTER/SLAVE MABELS
3 6 SDMD[04] 3 6 MDMD[04]
~12V C8
2 1

ADC 4 5 SDMD[00] 4 5 MDMD[00] Filename: P82RDV4 Date: 9/19/2000


1000PF
DO NOT INSTALL DO NOT INSTALL Eng: By: T. THOMPSON
Mfg: Sht 2 of 5
Doc: 021197 Rev: D V4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-4
Engine Board–Lisa F/X 128Ch Option, Clocks (page 3 of 5) Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

U15 LISA
DECOUPLING CAPS NEAR VCC PINS, ONE CAP ON EACH SIDE 26
KISO
3V ONLY DECOUPLING CAPS NEAR PINS 1 AND 21
25 3VCC
TOPO {2-A8} TOP 28
24 SMRAS SMRAS BSMRAS
KISO {2-A8} KISI0 29
27 SMCAS SMCAS U29 BSMCAS
KISI1 30
SMR/W SMR/W 74LCX162245 BSMR/W
72 64 DMDD[23] VCC
CLK DMD[23] 42 7 RP's Share Footprint Area with U28 - U30
63 DMDD[22] VCC4 VCC2 U16 U17
22 DMD[22] 31 18
RESET {1-B4,D5;2-A1;4-D6;5-C1} RESET 62 DMDD[21] VCC3 VCC1 1Mx16 DRAM 1Mx16 DRAM
DMD[21]
61 DMDD[20] DMDD[23] 2 47 DMD[23] 14 41 DMD[23] 14 41 DMD[07]
A 20 DMD[20] B1[1] A1[1] RAS D15 RAS D15 A
LISACS {2-B5} CS 60 DMDD[19] DMDD[22] 3 46 DMD[22] 30 40 DMD[22] 30 40 DMD[06]
21 DMD[19] B1[2] A1[2] 47 RP13 UCAS D14 UCAS D14
CWE {1-A3,C4,C5;2-A1;4-C6} R/W 59 DMDD[18] DMDD[21] 5 44 DMD[21] DMDD[23] 1 8 DMD[23] 31 39 DMD[21] 31 39 DMD[05]
23 DMD[18] B1[3] A1[3] LCAS D13 LCAS D13
DSACK1 {1-A1,2-A1} DTACK 58 DMDD[17] DMDD[20] 6 43 DMD[20] DMDD[22] 2 7 DMD[22] 38 DMD[20] 38 DMD[04]
DMD[17] B1[4] A1[4] 13 D12 13 D12
CA[20:00] {1-A8,2-A1,4-B5} CA[09] 15 57 DMDD[16] DMDD[19] 8 41 DMD[19] DMDD[21] 3 6 DMD[21] W 36 DMD[19] W 36 DMD[03]
A[9] DMD[16] B1[5] A1[5] 29 D11 29 D11
CA[08] 14 56 DMDD[15] DMDD[18] 9 40 DMD[18] DMDD[20] 4 5 DMD[20] OE 35 DMD[18] OE 35 DMD[02]
A[8] DMD[15] B1[6] A1[6] D10 D10
CA[07] 13 55 DMDD[14] DMDD[17] 11 38 DMD[17] DMDD[19] 1 8 DMD[19] DMA[09] 28 34 DMD[17] DMA[09] 28 34 DMD[01]
A[7] DMD[14] B1[7] A1[7] A9 D09 A9 D09
CA[06] 12 54 DMDD[13] DMDD[16] 12 37 DMD[16] DMDD[18] 2 7 DMD[18] DMA[08] 27 33 DMD[16] DMA[08] 27 33 DMD[00]
A[6] DMD[13] B1[8] A1[8] A8 D08 A8 D08
CA[05] 11 53 DMDD[12] DMDD[17] 3 6 DMD[17] DMA[07] 26 10 DMD[15] DMA[07] 26 10
A[5] DMD[12] 1 48 A7 D07 A7 D07
CA[04] 10 50 DMDD[11] DIR1 G1 DMDD[16] 4 5 DMD[16] DMA[06] 25 9 DMD[14] DMA[06] 25 9
A[4] DMD[11] A6 D06 A6 D06
CA[03] 9 49 DMDD[10] DMDD[15] 13 36 DMD[15] DMA[05] 24 8 DMD[13] DMA[05] 24 8
A[3] DMD[10] B2[1] A2[1] 47 RP14 A5 D05 A5 D05
CA[02] 8 48 DMDD[09] DMDD[14] 14 35 DMD[14] DMA[04] 23 7 DMD[12] DMA[04] 23 7
A[2] DMD[09] B2[2] A2[2] 47 RP15 A4 D04 A4 D04
CA[01] 7 47 DMDD[08] DMDD[13] 16 33 DMD[13] DMDD[15] 1 8 DMD[15] DMA[03] 20 5 DMD[11] DMA[03] 20 5
A[1] DMD[08] B2[3] A2[3] A3 D03 A3 D03
6 46 DMDD[07] DMDD[12] 17 32 DMD[12] DMDD[14] 2 7 DMD[14] DMA[02] 19 4 DMD[10] DMA[02] 19 4
A[0] DMD[07] B2[4] A2[4] A2 D02 A2 D02
45 DMDD[06] DMDD[11] 19 30 DMD[11] DMDD[13] 3 6 DMD[13] DMA[01] 18 3 DMD[09] DMA[01] 18 3
CD[15:00] {1-A8,2-C1,4-C6} CD[15] 3 DMD[06] B2[5] A2[5] A1 D01 A1 D01
D[15] 44 DMDD[05] DMDD[10] 20 29 DMD[10] DMDD[12] 4 5 DMD[12] DMA[00] 17 2 DMD[08] DMA[00] 17 2
CD[14] 2 DMD[05] B2[6] A2[6] A0 D00 A0 D00
D[14] 43 DMDD[04] DMDD[09] 22 27 DMD[09] DMDD[11] 1 8 DMD[11]
CD[13] 1 DMD[04] B2[7] A2[7] 1 1
D[13] 16 DMDD[03] DMDD[08] 23 26 DMD[08] DMDD[10] 2 7 DMD[10] VCC1 VCC1
CD[12] 84 DMD[03] B2[8] A2[8] 21 6 21 6
D[12] 19 DMDD[02] DMDD[09] 3 6 DMD[09] VCC3 VCC2 VCC3 VCC2
CD[11] 83 DMD[02]
D[11] 65 DMDD[01] DIR2 G2 DMDD[08] 4 5 DMD[08]
CD[10] 82 DMD[01]
D[10] 66 DMDD[00] DGND 22 37 42 DGND 22 37 42
CD[09] 79 DMD[00] 24 25 47 RP16
D[09] 4 10 15 21 28 34 39 45 DGND
CD[08] 78 40 DMAA[09] RP17 47
D[08] DMA[9] DMDD[07] 8 1 DMD[07]
CD[07] 77 39 DMAA[08]
D[07] DMA[8] DMDD[06] 7 2 DMD[06]
U14 CD[06] 76 38 DMAA[07] Use Dual Footprint for DRAM's
D[06] DMA[7] U28 DMDD[05] 6 3 DMD[05]
74AC08 CD[05] 75 37 DMAA[06]
D[05] DMA[6] 74LCX2245 DMDD[04] 5 4 DMD[04]
CD[04] 74 36 DMAA[05] DRAM Decoupling Caps DRAM Decoupling Caps
9 D[04] DMA[5] DMDD[07] 18 2 DMD[07] DMDD[03] 8 1 DMD[03]
8 CD[03] 70 35 DMAA[04] B[1] A[1]
10 D[03] DMA[4] DMDD[06] 17 3 DMD[06] DMDD[02] 7 2 DMD[02] DRAM_PWR DRAM_PWR
CD[02] 69 34 DMAA[03] B[2] A[2]
B D[02] DMA[3] DMDD[05] 16 4 DMD[05] DMDD[01] 6 3 DMD[01] B

1
CD[01] 68 33 DMAA[02] B[3] A[3] C86 C87 C22 C23
D[01] DMA[2] DMDD[04] 15 5 DMD[04] DMDD[00] 5 4 DMD[00]
CD[00] 67 32 DMAA[01] B[4] A[4] 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF
U14 D[00] DMA[1] DMDD[03] 14 6 DMD[03]

2
31 DMAA[00] B[5] A[5] RP18 47
74AC08 DMA[0] DMDD[02] 13 7 DMD[02] 47 R39
B[6] A[6]
VCC 4 17 41 51 71 80 DMDD[01] 12 8 DMD[01] 1 2
12 B[7] A[7] SMRAS BSMRAS
11 DGND 5 18 42 52 73 81 DMDD[00] 11 9 DMD[00]
13 B[8] A[8]
1 8
20 10 SMCAS BSMCAS VCC
VCC GND 2 7 U31 U32
SMR/W BSMR/W
DIR G DMAA[09] 3 6 DMA[09] 1M/4Mx16 DRAM 1M/4Mx16 DRAM
DMAA[08] 4 5 DMA[08] 18 18
1

19

RAS1M RAS1M
SMR/W 14 14
47 RP21 RAS4M RAS4M
SMCAS 34 34
47 RP19 UCAS1M 49 DMD[23] UCAS1M 49 DMD[07]
DMAA[07] 1 8 DMA[07] 37 D15 37 D15
TS5 UCAS4M 48 DMD[22] UCAS4M 48 DMD[06]
VCC DMAA[06] 2 7 DMA[06] 35 D14 35 D14
LCAS1M 47 DMD[21] LCAS1M 47 DMD[05]
U12 U30 DMAA[05] 3 6 DMA[05] 38 D13 38 D13
LCAS4M 46 DMD[20] LCAS4M 46 DMD[04]
NC7SZU04 74LCX162245 DMAA[04] 4 5 DMA[04] D12 D12
1

17 44 DMD[19] 17 44 DMD[03]
DMAA[03] 1 8 DMA[03] W1M D11 W1M D11
R17 42 7 13 43 DMD[18] 13 43 DMD[02]
2 4 VCC4 VCC2 DMAA[02] 2 7 DMA[02] W4M D10 W4M D10
10K 31 18 33 42 DMD[17] 33 42 DMD[01]
1

VCC3 VCC1 DMAA[01] 3 6 DMA[01] OE1M D09 OE1M D09


36 41 DMD[16] 36 41 DMD[00]
2

R64 2 47 DMAA[00] 4 5 DMA[00] OE4M D08 OE4M D08


U6 SMRAS B1[1] A1[1] BSMRAS 10 DMD[15] 10
R15 1.5K 3 46 DMA[09] 32 D07 DMA[09] 32 D07
74AC08 SMCAS B1[2] A1[2] BSMCAS 47 RP20 A9/A11 9 DMD[14] A9/A11 9
1M 5 44 DMA[08] 31 D06 DMA[08] 31 D06
2

SMR/W B1[3] A1[3] BSMR/W A8/A10 8 DMD[13] A8/A10 8


1 2 9 6 43 DMA[07] 30 D05 DMA[07] 30 D05
8 B1[4] A1[4] A7/A9 7 DMD[12] A7/A9 7
10 8 41 DMA[06] 29 D04 DMA[06] 29 D04
C11 B1[5] A1[5] A6/A8 5 DMD[11] A6/A8 5
2 1

9 40 DMA[05] 28 D03 DMA[05] 28 D03


6.8pF,50V,NPO B1[6] A1[6] A5/A7 4 DMD[10] A5/A7 4
DMAA[09] 11 38 DMA[09] DMA[04] 27 D02 DMA[04] 27 D02
2 1 B1[7] A1[7] 3V ONLY A4/A6 3 DMD[09] A4/A6 3
DMAA[08] 12 37 DMA[08] DMA[03] 24 D01 DMA[03] 24 D01
U6 B1[8] A1[8] VCC A3/A5 2 DMD[08] A3/A5 2
JP2 LM3940IS-3.3 DMA[02] 23 D00 DMA[02] 23 D00
C Y1 74AC08 1 48 A2/A4 A2/A4 C
C9 C12 DIR1 G1 5V/3V DMA[01] 22 1 DMA[01] 22 1
2 1

2 1

1 3 A1/A3 VCC1 A1/A3 VCC1


33PF 20.0000MHZ 33PF 12 DMAA[07] 13 36 DMA[07] IN OUT 3VCC DMA[00] 21 6 DMA[00] 21 6
11 B2[1] A2[1] A0/A2 VCC2 A0/A2 VCC2
13 DMAA[06] 14 35 DMA[06] GND DMA[09] 20 12 DMA[09] 20 12
B2[2] A2[2] NC/A1 VCC3 NC/A1 VCC3
DMAA[05] 16 33 DMA[05] DMA[08] 19 25 DMA[08] 19 25
1

1
B2[3] A2[3] C88 VR2 + C89 NC/A0 VCC4 NC/A0 VCC4

2
DMAA[04] 17 32 DMA[04]
B2[4] A2[4] .47uF 33uF, TANT
DMAA[03] 19 30 DMA[03] DGND26 39 45 50 DGND26 39 45 50
2

2
B2[5] A2[5] VCC
DMAA[02] 20 29 DMA[02] VCC VCC
TS6 B2[6] A2[6]
1
2
3

VCC DMAA[01] 22 27 DMA[01]


B2[7] A2[7]
U13 DMAA[00] 23 26 DMA[00]

1
B2[8] A2[8] 3VCC
NC7SZU04 3V ONLY LOCATE 220/330 RESISTORS AT FARTHEST POINT FROM DRIVER
1

R19 R21
R18 DIR2 G2
2 4 DRAM_PWR 220, 1/4W 220, 1/4W
10K VCC 24 25
1

2
4 10 15 21 28 34 39 45 DGND
R38
2

R65 1 2 3VCC and DRAM_PWR need fat traces


U14
1

R16 1.5K VCC J408 VCC VCC

1
74AC08 100
1M R37 128 CHANNEL OPTION
2

3V ONLY R20 R22

1
1 2 1 10K
3 1 2 330, 1/4W 330, 1/4W
2 VCC1 VCC2 R23
2

C13 4
2 1

2
3 GND2 10K
6.8pF,50V,NPO SS {1-C1} SS
5 6

2
2 1 SCK {1-C1} SCK SGND1
U14 7 8
MISO {1-B1,C3} MISO PRSNT
74AC08 9 10
Y2 MOSI {1-B1,C3} MOSI SGND2 KISI {2-A1}
C10 C14
2 1

2 1

4 11 12
33PF 24.5760MHz 33PF 6 KISI SGND3 OPRSNT CLK20 {2-A8,4-D6}
5 13 14 {1-C1}
TOPO {2-A8} TOPO SGND4
15 16 CLK25 {1-C1,
CLK20 SGND5 2-A1,5-C1}
17 18
RESET SGND6
19 20
D CLK25 SGND7 D
21 22 YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD.
VCC GND3 GND4
RESET {1-B4,D5;2-A1;4-D6;5-C1} U29 Decoupling Caps U28 Decoupling Cap U30 Decoupling Caps LISA/MABEL Decoupling Caps 23 24
VCC3 VCC4 Reproduction without the express written consent
3VCC 3VCC 3VCC
of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
1

C90 C82 C83 C84 C85 C79 C80 C81 PC88 II ENGINE
0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF LISA F/X, 128CH OPTION, CLOCKS
2

Filename: P82RDV4 Date: 9/19/2000


Eng: By: T. THOMPSON
Mfg: Sht 3 of 5
3V ONLY
Doc: 021197 Rev: D V4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-5
Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual Engine Board–Sound ROM, Uart, Glue, Decoupling (page 4 of 5)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DECOUPLING

VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC

1
A U10 C15 C17 C19 C21 C91 C25 C27 C29 C31 C33 C35 C37 A
74VHC139 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF

2
SMA[24] 14 12
A Y0 SROMCS
SMA[25] 13 11
B Y1
10
2 Y2 EXROM0CS
SSMRCS {2-A8} 4 15 9
1 G Y3 EXROM1CS
MSMRCS {2-B8} GND
VCC
3
5 VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC
NC7SZ08
U18

1
SMOE {2-A8} C16 C18 C20 C24 C26 C28 C30 C32 C34 C36 C38
0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF 0.1 uF

2
SMA[01] SMA[01]

U19 U20
ROM4MX16 ROM4MX16
SMA[23] 1 SMA[23] 1
A21 A21
SMA[22] 44 33 SMA[22] 44 33
A20 BHE A20 BHE
SMA[21] 43 SMA[21] 43
A19 A19
SMA[20] 2 14 SMA[20] 2 14
A18 OE A18 OE
SMA[19] 3 12 SMA[19] 3 12
A17 CE A17 CE
SMA[18] 34 SMA[18] 34
A16 A16
SMA[17] 35 31 SMA[17] 35 31
A15 D15/A-1 A15 D15/A-1
SMA[16] 36 29 SMA[16] 36 29
A14 D14 A14 D14
SMA[15] 37 27 SMA[15] 37 27
A13 D13 A13 D13
SMA[14] 38 25 SMA[14] 38 25
A12 D12 A12 D12
SMA[13] 39 22 SMA[13] 39 22
A11 D11 A11 D11
SMA[12] 40 20 SMA[12] 40 20
A10 D10 A10 D10
B SMA[11] 41 18 SMA[11] 41 18 B
A09 D09 A09 D09
SMA[10] 42 16 SMA[10] 42 16
A08 D08 A08 D08 MRXD {1-D6}
SMA[09] 4 30 SMD[15] SMA[09] 4 30 SMD[07]
A07 D07 A07 D07
SMA[08] 5 28 SMD[14] SMA[08] 5 28 SMD[06]
A06 D06 A06 D06
SMA[07] 6 26 SMD[13] SMA[07] 6 26 SMD[05]
A05 D05 A05 D05
SMA[06] 7 24 SMD[12] SMA[06] 7 24 SMD[04]
A04 D04 A04 D04 VCC
SMA[05] 8 21 SMD[11] SMA[05] 8 21 SMD[03]
A03 D03 A03 D03 U22
SMA[04] 9 19 SMD[10] SMA[04] 9 19 SMD[02]
A02 D02 A02 D02 CA[20:00] {1-A8,2-A1,3-A1} ST16C550CJ44
SMA[03] 10 17 SMD[09] SMA[03] 10 17 SMD[01]
A01 D01 A01 D01 CA[02] 29
SMA[02] 11 15 SMD[08] SMA[02] 11 15 SMD[00] A2 17
A00 D00 A00 D00 CA[01] 30 BAUDOUT
A1 10
CA[00] 31 RCLK
VCC 23 VCC 23 A0
11
DGND 13 32 DGND 13 32 16 SIN
UARTCS {1-C3} CS2 13
SMA[25:01] {2-A8} 15 SOUT MTXD {1-D6}
CS1
14 36
CS0 RTS
SMD[15:00] {2-D8} 28 40
ADS CTS
37
25 DTR
CWE {1-A3,C4,C5;2-A1;3-A1} RD 41
24 DSR
RD 42
21 DCD
WR 43
J409 VCC J410 VCC 20 RI
CD[15:00] {1-A8,2-C1,3-A1} WR
ROM Option ROM Option 38
CD[15] 9 OUT1
D7 35
SMA[23] 3 2 SMA[23] 3 2 CD[14] 8 OUT2
A23 VCC1 A23 VCC1 D6
SMA[22] 4 34 SMA[22] 4 34 CD[13] 7 27
A22 VCC2 A22 VCC2 D5 TXRDY
SMA[21] 6 64 SMA[21] 6 64 CD[12] 6 32
A21 VCC3 A21 VCC3 D4 RXRDY IRQ6 {1-B1,C3}
SMA[20] 7 SMA[20] 7 CD[11] 5
A20 A20 D3 33
SMA[19] 8 SMA[19] 8 CD[10] 4 INTR
A19 A19 D2
SMA[18] 10 SMA[18] 10 CD[09] 3 26
C A18 A18 D1 DDIS 9 8 C
SMA[17] 11 SMA[17] 11 CD[08] 2 IRQ4 {1-B1,C3}
A17 A17 D0 18
SMA[16] 12 35 SMD[15] SMA[16] 12 35 SMD[15] XIN
A16 D15 A16 D15 39 19
SMA[15] 14 36 SMD[14] SMA[15] 14 36 SMD[14] RESET {1-D5} MR XOUT U1
A15 D14 A15 D14
SMA[14] 15 38 SMD[13] SMA[14] 15 38 SMD[13] 74VHC14
A14 D13 A14 D13 VCC: 44 GND: 22
SMA[13] 16 39 SMD[12] SMA[13] 16 39 SMD[12]
A13 D12 A13 D12
SMA[12] 18 40 SMD[11] SMA[12] 18 40 SMD[11]
A12 D11 A12 D11
SMA[11] 19 42 SMD[10] SMA[11] 19 42 SMD[10] U21 R26
A11 D10 A11 D10
SMA[10] 20 43 SMD[09] SMA[10] 20 43 SMD[09] 16V8-15 47
A10 D09 A10 D09 1 2
SMA[09] 22 44 SMD[08] SMA[09] 22 44 SMD[08] 2 12 LCDE {1-D6}
A09 D08 A09 D08 E {1-A3} I1 O1
SMA[08] 23 46 SMD[07] SMA[08] 23 46 SMD[07] 3 13
A08 D07 A08 D07 LCDCS {1-B3,D6} I2 O2 CHB {1-C4} R68
SMA[07] 24 47 SMD[06] SMA[07] 24 47 SMD[06] 4 14
A07 D06 A07 D06 SIZ1 {1-A3} I3 O3 CLB {1-C4} 1K
SMA[06] 26 48 SMD[05] VCC SMA[06] 26 48 SMD[05] VCC 5 15 1 2 CD[04]
A06 D05 A06 D05 SIZ0 {1-A3} I4 O4
SMA[05] 27 50 SMD[04] SMA[05] 27 50 SMD[04] CA[00] 6 16
A05 D04 A05 D04 I5 O5
SMA[04] 28 51 SMD[03] SMA[04] 28 51 SMD[03] 7 17
A04 D03 A04 D03 I6 O6 R27
1

SMA[03] 30 52 SMD[02] SMA[03] 30 52 SMD[02] 8 18


A03 D02 A03 D02 I7 O7 47
SMA[02] 31 54 SMD[01] R24 SMA[02] 31 54 SMD[01] R25 9 19 1 2
A02 D01 A02 D01 RESET {1-B4,D5;2-A1;3-D1;5-C1} I8 O8 CLK5
SMA[01] 32 55 SMD[00] 10K SMA[01] 32 55 SMD[00] 10K
A01 D00 A01 D00 1 11
CLK20 {2-A8,3-D8} CLK OE
2

58 58
EXROM0CS CS CS
60 56 60 56 16V8
SMWE {2-A6,B8} WE PRSNT WE PRSNT ROM1PR {1-C1}

1
62 62
SMOE {2-A8} OE OE
R28
110
DGND: 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 59 61 63 DGND: 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 59 61 63

2
EXROM1CS
D ROM0PR {1-C1} YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD. D

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PC88 II ENGINE
SOUND ROM, UART, GLUE, DECOUPLING
Filename: P82RDV4 Date: 9/19/2000
Eng: By: T. THOMPSON
Mfg: Sht 4 of 5
Doc: 021197 Rev: D V4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-6
Engine Board–Audio Channel, Muting Control (page 5 of 5) Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

+12V

+12V
+VBAT BUVDD C52

1
J411 C73 5600pF 5% NPO

1
0.1 uF 1 2 C62 + C67

2
1 R32 0.1 uF 10UF
A - A

2
2 330 R40 R44

8
+1 NE5532
3 1 2 1 3 C48 R56 3 487, 1%, 1/16W 499, 1%, 1/16W

8
+2 +
47uF 35V 453, 1%, 1/16W 1 1 2 1 2 3
BAS40 +
1 2 1 2 2 1
BV-32 D4 -
+ U26 2
-

4
NE5532 U24

1
C56

4
+5VANA

5600pF 5% NPO

2
R60 0.1 uF

2
VR1 R52 0.1 uF 10UF ~12V
+12V 1.24K, 1%, 1/16W C74
475, 1%, 1/16W C63 C66 +

1
78M05 1 2 ~12V

1
1 2
1 3
IN OUT
GND C71

1
1

C69 C70 2 1
R48
2

0.1 uF 0.1 uF
464, 1%, 1/16W
2

2200pF 5% NPO

2
RY1
DPDT
C53 9 NC
5600pF 5% NPO 8
1 2
7
NO
R41 R45 NE5532
C49 R57 5 487, 1%, 1/16W 499, 1%, 1/16W 2 NC
+
VCC 47uF 35V 453, 1%, 1/16W 7 1 2 1 2 5 3
+
1 2 1 2 6 7 4
- NO
+ U26 6
-
B B
1

NE5532 U24

1
R30 VCC VCC C57
R61 5600pF 5% NPO
4.7K - 1+

2
1.24K, 1%, 1/16W R53 10
E
2

1 2 475, 1%, 1/16W


B MMBT2907A
1 2
Q4
C

C72
1

1
VCC 2 1
R31 R33
R49
470 470 2200pF 5% NPO 464, 1%, 1/16W
E
2

2
B MMBT2907A PC2 AUDIO OUT
Q3 To Coils
5
1

ROUT~
4
1

+ C40 R34 ROUT+


D2 3
22UF 16V 1K R35 AGND
LL4148 2
2

36 1/8W +12V LOUT~


2

RESET {1-B4,D5;2-A1; 1 2 1
1 2 LOUT+
3-D1;4-D6}
R29 D3 +12V J412
1

S1A (1N4001) C54


C

10K LL4148
1
1 2 2 1 B Q2 D5 C77 5600pF 5% NPO

1
MUTE {1-D1,D3} 0.1 uF 1 2 C60 + C65
2

MMBT2222A RY2
2

0.1 uF 10UF
E

DPDT

2
R42 R46
8

NE5532
C50 R62 3 487, 1%, 1/16W 499, 1%, 1/16W 9

8
NC
+
47uF 35V 453, 1%, 1/16W 1 1 2 1 2 3 8
+
VCC 1 2 1 2 2 1 7
-
+ U27 2
-
NO
C C
4

DNS NE5532 U25

1
C58 2
1

4
NC
C92 +
2

R66 0.1 uF 5600pF 5% NPO 3


1000uF, 16V

2
1.24K, 1%, 1/16W C78 R54 0.1 uF 10UF 4
2

~12V
1

VCC NO
1 2 ~12V 475, 1%, 1/16W C61 C64 +
2

10UF 0.1 uF

1
1 2
C39 C41 U23
+
1

C75
AK4393
- 1+

1
2 1 10
R70 1 28
DVSS CKS2 R50
47
1 2 2 27 2200pF 5% NPO 464, 1%, 1/16W
DVDD CKS1

2
3 26
1

CLK25 {1-C1,2-A1,3-D8} MCLK CKS0 C44 + 0.1 uF


4 25 10UF C47
RESET {1-B4,D5;2-A1;3-D1;4-D6} PD P/_S
2

5 24 C55
DACBCLK {2-A8} BICK VCOM
6 20 5600pF 5% NPO
DACDATA {2-A8} SDATA AOUTR- 1 2
7 21
DACL_R {2-A8} LRCK AOUTR+
8 22 R43 R47 NE5532
DACMUTE {1-C1,C4} SMUTE AOUTL- C51 R63 5 487, 1%, 1/16W 499, 1%, 1/16W
+
9 23 47uF 35V 453, 1%, 1/16W 7 1 2 1 2 5
DFS AOUTL+ +
1 2 1 2 6 7
+5VANA

10 19 -
GJ1
DEM0 AVSS + U27 6
-
11 18 NE5532 U25
1

Ground Join DEM1 AVDD C42 10UF C59


12 17 R67
DIF0 VREFH 0.1 uF + C45 5600pF 5% NPO
1.24K, 1%, 1/16W
2

13 16 1 2 R55
DIF1 VREFL 475, 1%, 1/16W
D 14 15 1 2 D
2
1

DIF2 SVSS C43 + C46 C76 YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD.


0.1 uF 10UF 2 1
2

Reproduction without the express written consent


R51
2200pF 5% NPO of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
464, 1%, 1/16W
PC88 II ENGINE
2

AUDIO CHANNEL, MUTING CONTROL


IMPORTANT! - PLACE GJ1 AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO U23-14,15
Filename: P82RDV4 Date: 9/19/2000
Eng: By: D. O'NEILL
Mfg: Sht 5 of 5
Doc: 021197 Rev: D V4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-7
Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–FP Buttons and LEDs (page 1 of 2)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

U2
74HC145

B COL0

B COL1

B COL2

B COL3

B COL4

B COL5

B COL6

B COL7

B COL8

B COL9
1 COL0
0
15 2 COL1
A 1
3 COL2
2
14 4 COL3 Legend
B 3
5 COL4
4 E C E C E C E C E C E C E C E C E C E C SSS Sound/Setup/Select
13 6 COL5
C 5 t top row
7 COL6 Q8 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17
SP1 6
12 9 COL7 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 2SA1271 b bottom row
D 7
A 1 10 COL8 m middle row A
PHASEA 8 SOLO EQ E F G
2 11 COL9

1
COMMON 9 1-11 column # left to right
3 RED RED RED RED RED
PHASEB Q1 R1 ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 IBBB 1 ZP Zone Parameters
D32 D40 D48 D55 D63
2N2222 15 RED RED RED RED

2
VCC SS Sound Source
SW ROTARY C E 1 2
R17 10K SP Sound Parameters
VCC 1 2 COL0
SSSt3 SSSt2 SSSt1 SSSb4 MP Midi Parameters
B

R18 10K

1
1 2 COL1 E Effects
J604 GREEN GREEN GREEN RED
ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 IBBB 2 ELED Stand Alone Effects LEDs
FRONT PANEL R19 10K Q2 R2 D33 D41 D49 D56
1 2 COL2 GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN
1

2
20 + C1 2N2222 15
+5V
19 470uF 6V R20 10K C E 1 2
DGND3 1 2 COL3
2

16
DGND2
15 R21 10K
DGND1 1 2 COL4 ZPt1 ZPb1 SSSt6 SSSt5 SSSt4 SSSb5 SSSt7 SSSb6
B

1
18 R22 10K RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED
PHASEB 1 2 COL5
17 Q3 R3 D1 D14 D20 D26 D34 D42 D50 D57
PHASEA

2
R23 10K 2N2222 15
1 2 COL6
14 C E 1 2
SENSE
13 R24 10K
DRIVE 1 2 COL7
ZPt2 ZPt3 ZPb2 SS1 SS2 SSSt9 SSSt8 SSSb8 SSSb9 SSSb7
B

12 R25 10K
1

1
COLA 1 2 COL8
11 RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED
COLD
10 R26 10K Q4 R4 D2 D9 D15 D21 D27 D35 D43 D51 D58 D66
COLC 1 2 COL9
2

2
9 2N2222 15
COLB
C E 1 2
8 ROW7
1

ROW7
B 7 ROW6 R8 B
ROW6 SPt1 ZPt4 ZPb3 SPb1 SS3 SS4 SSSt11 SSSt10 SSSb10 SSSb11
B

6 ROW5 1
1

1
ROW5
5 ROW4 RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED
ROW4
2

4 ROW3 Q5 R5 D3 D10 D16 D22 D28 D36 D44 D52 D59 D67
ROW3
2

2
3 ROW2 2N2222 15
ROW2
2 ROW1 C E 1 2
ROW1
1 ROW0
ROW0
MPt2 MPt1 SPt2 Et2 Et3 Et1 Eb1 Eb2
B
1

+ C6
1

1
470uF 6V RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED
2

Q6 R6 D4 D11 D23 D29 D37 D53 D60 D68


2

2
2N2222 15
C E 1 2
U3
74HC373
1 MPt3 SPb2 SPt3 SPb3 Eb3
B

OE
1

1
11
G RED RED RED RED RED
ROW0 3 2 Q7 R7 D5 D12 D24 D38 D69
D[1] Q[1]
2

2
ROW1 4 5 2N2222 15
D[2] Q[2]
ROW2 7 6 C E 1 2
D[3] Q[3]
ROW3 8 9
D[4] Q[4]
ROW4 13 12
D[5] Q[5]
B

ROW5 14 15 SOLO EQ E F G
D[6] Q[6]
ROW6 17 16 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 VCC
D[7] Q[7] ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 IBBB 2 R11
18 19 S32 S40 S48 S55 S63
D[8] Q[8] 10K
TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
1 2

C <<< SSSt3 SSSt2 SSSt1 SSSb4 SSSb1 C


U1
3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
74HC541 IBBB 1 R12
ROW0 18 2 S7 S33 S41 S49 S56 S64 10K
B[1] A[1] TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
ROW1 17 3 1 2
B[2] A[2]
ROW2 16 4
B[3] A[3]
ROW3 15 5 ZPt1 >>> ZPb1 SSSt6 SSSt5 SSSt4 SSSb5 SSSt7 SSSb6 SSSb3
B[4] A[4]
ROW4 14 6 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
B[5] A[5] R13
ROW5 13 7 S1 S8 S14 S20 S26 S34 S42 S50 S57 S65
B[6] A[6] 10K
ROW6 12 8 TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
B[7] A[7] 1 2
ROW7 11 9
B[8] A[8]
ZPt2 ZPt3 ZPb2 SS1 SS2 SSSt9 SSSt8 SSSb8 SSSb9 SSSb7
R14
G2 G1 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
10K
S2 S9 S15 S21 S27 S35 S43 S51 S58 S66
1
19

1 2
TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
R15
SPt1 ZPt4 ZPb3 SPb1 SS3 SS4 SSSt11 SSSt10 SSSb10 SSSb11 10K
3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 1 2
J602
FP BRIDGE S3 S10 S16 S22 S28 S36 S44 S52 S59 S67 R9
TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
1 10K
LEDROW1
2 1 2 R16
VCC LEDROW2 MPt2 MPt1 4 SPt2 Et2 Et3 CLEAR Et1 Eb1 Eb2
3 10K
SWROW 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
4 R10 1 2
COL0 S4 S11 S17 S23 S29 S37 S45 S53 S60 S68
5 10K
COL1 TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
6 1 2
COL2
7
1

C2 C3 C4 COL3
8 MPt3 SPb2 5 SPt3 7 SPb3 +/- CANCEL - Eb3
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF NC
3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
2

D J601 YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD. D


S5 S12 S18 S24 S30 S38 S46 S54 S61 S69
IBBB TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT
1 Reproduction without the express written consent
LEDROW0
2 1 2 6 3 8 9 0 + ENTER
LEDROW1 of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
3 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
SWROW0
4 S6 S13 S19 S25 S31 S39 S47 S62 S70 PC 88 II FRONT PANEL and IBBB
SWROW1
5 TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT TACT FP Buttons and LEDs
COL4
Filename: 021199B1 Date: 11/29/99
Eng: DMH By: DMH
Mfg: Sht 1 of 2
Doc: 021199-000 Rev: B V1
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7-8
Front Panel and IBBB Board (keyboard models)–IBBB Buttons and LEDs (page 2 of 2) Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A A

1
B RED B
D6

2
J701
IBBB
3 2
1
LEDROW0 S72
2
LEDROW1 TACT
3
SWROW0
4
SWROW1
5
COL4
Eb3
1

RED
D7
2

3 2
S71
TACT

C C

D YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD. D

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IBBB Buttons and LEDs
Filename: 021199B1 Date: 11/29/99
Eng: DMH By: DMH
Mfg: Sht 2 of 2
Doc: 021199-000 Rev: B V1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7-9
Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual Connector Board (keyboard models)–Scanner (page 1 of 3)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

PWRUPRST {3-A8}

RESET {3-B1}
INTMIDIRxD {2-B8}
TOUCHSENS {2-D5}
INTMIDITxD {2-B8}
IRQ {2-C8}
A VCC R12 A
+VBAT R11
10K
1M
1 2
1 2 66
DAC2
67
DAC1

1
J308
U1 R32 R33 R34
WHEELS +5Vref {2-A1,C3} 74
M37451 P[37] DNS DNS DNS
1 1 8 75
+5VREF 24 P[36]
2 2 7 RESETOUT 76

2
WHEEL1 TxD/ P[35]
3 3 6 58 77 R14
WHEEL2 AIN[7] RxD/ P[34]
4 4 5 59 78 10K R144
PRESSR AIN[6] PWM/P[33]
5 60 79 1 2 10K R147
AGND AIN[5] EV3/ P[32]
6 61 2 1 2 10K
NC RP11 10K AIN[4] EV2/ P[31]
62 3 1 2
AIN[3] EV1/ P[30]
63
AIN[2]
64 42
EXPDL2 {2-B3} AIN[1] P[17] MUXA2 {2-C5}
65 43
AIN[0] A14/ P[16] MUXA1 {2-C5}
EXPDL1 {2-A3} 44
A13/ P[15]
A15/ MUXA0 {2-C5}
C1 C2 C3 C45 PORT57 4 45 RP1
2 1

2 1

2 1

2 1

RIBN_SLDR {2-C5} P[57]/SLD7 A12/ P[14]


1000pF 1000pF 1000pF 0.1uF PORT56 5 46 100
P[56]/SLD6 A11/ P[13] J306
BREATH {2-C3} PORT55 6 47
P[55]/SLD5 A10/ P[12] PORT67 1 8
PORT54 7 48
P[54]/SLD4 A09/ P[11] PORT66 2 7
PORT53 8 49 16
P[53]/SLD3 A08/ P[10] PORT65 3 6 T7
PORT52 9 14
P[52]/SLD2 PORT64 4 5 T6
PORT51 10 50 12
VCC P[51]/SLD1 A07/ P[07] 100 RP2 T5
VCC PORT50 11 51 10
R1 P[50]/SLD0 A06/ P[06] T4
52 PORT63 1 8 8
10K VCC A05/ P[05] T3
1 8 PORT57 23 53 PORT62 2 7 6
1 2 TP1 SYNC A04/ P[04] T2
1

B 2 7 PORT56 54 PORT61 3 6 4 B
A03/ P[03] T1
2

R2 3 6 PORT55 22 55 PORT60 4 5 2
R/W A02/ P[02] T0
1

10K 4 5 PORT54 FE BEAD 20 56


R22 WR A01/ P[01] 1 8 18
1 2 21 57 BR10
1.5K L1 RD A00/ P[00] 2 7 20
VCC MK10
RP10 10K 3 6 19
31 33 BR9
2

CLKOUT D7/ P[27] 4 5 17


29 34 MK9
1 8 PORT53 XOUT D6/ P[26] 15
28 35 BR8
2 7 PORT52 R16 XIN D5/ P[25] 13
36 RP3 100 MK8
3 6 PORT51 1M D4/ P[24] 11
26 37 BR7
4 5 PORT50 1 2 RESET D3/ P[23] 9
38 MK7
D2/ P[22] 1 7
69 39 BR6
1

C49 VREFADC D1/ P[21] 2 7 5


RP12 10K 12.2880MHz 68 40 MK6
0.1uF VREFDAC D0/ P[20] 3 6
8 3
1 2 71 BR5
2

AVCC 4 5 1
70 12 PORT67 MK5
AVSS WE/ WR/ P[67]
Y1 VCC 13 PORT66
RD/E/ P[66]
72 14 PORT65 RP4 100 FATAR_88_TREBLE
C4 C5 VCC CS/ P[65]
2 1

2 1

73 15 PORT64
33pF NPO 33pF NPO VSS2 A0/ P[64]
32 16 PORT63
VSS1 RDY/ P[63] 1 8
MONOSENS {3-D1} 17 PORT62
INT3/ P[62] 2 7
25 18 PORT61
MODE INT2/ P[61] 3 6
FTSW3 {2-D8} +5Vref {02} 19 PORT60
INT1/ P[60] 4 5
U2
FTSW2 {2-C8} CPU
74HC541
RP5 100
2 18 PORT60 RP13 VCC
FTSW1 {2-C8} A[1] B[1] VCC RP9 J307
3 17 PORT61 10K
A[2] B[2] 10K
4 16 PORT62 PORT67 8 1
IACK {2-B8} A[3] B[3] 1 8 PORT63
C 5 15 PORT63 PORT66 7 2 BASS7 16 C
A[4] B[4] 2 7 PORT62 T7
6 14 PORT64 PORT65 6 3 BASS6 14
TOUCH1 {2-D5} A[5] B[5] 3 6 PORT61 T6
7 13 PORT65 PORT64 5 4 BASS5 12
A[6] B[6] 4 5 PORT60 T5
8 12 PORT66 BASS4 10
TOUCH2 {2-D5} A[7] B[7] T4
9 11 PORT67 BASS3 8
A[8] B[8] T3
BASS2 6
TOUCH3 {2-D5} T2
G1 G2 BASS1 4
T1
BASS0 2
1

19

T0
J304 VCC 18
FRONT PANEL VCC NC2
20
20 1 2 NC1
+5V 19
19 BR4
DGND3 L2 17
1

16 MK4
DGND2 FE BEAD R24 15
15 BR3
DGND1 10K 13
MK3
11
18 BR2
2

PHASEB 9
17 R20 MK2
PHASEA 7
R17 110 BR1
5
14 110 1 2 MK1
SENSE 3
13 1 2 BR0
DRIVE 1
MK0
100 RP6
12 1 8
COLA C6

2 1
11 2 7 FATAR_88_BASS
COLD 1000pF
10 3 6
COLC
9 4 5 COMPONENTS TO KEEP NEARCONNECTORS
COLB
8 BASS7 BASS7 4 5 PORT57 CONNECTOR COMPONENTS
ROW7 J304 L2, R117, R20, RP6-8
7 BASS6 BASS6 3 6 PORT56
D ROW6 D
ROW5
6 BASS5 BASS5 2 7 PORT55 J306 RP1-3 YOUNG CHANG CO., LTD.
5 BASS4 BASS4 1 8 PORT54 J307 RP4-5
ROW4
4 BASS3 Reproduction without the express written consent
ROW3 100 RP7 J308 RP11,C1-3
3 BASS2
ROW2 BASS3 4 5 PORT53 of Young Chang Co., Ltd. is prohibited.
2 BASS1
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1 BASS0 PC88 II CONNECTOR PCB
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Filename: 021221C4 Date: 9/29/00
100 RP8
Eng: By: DMH
Mfg: Sht 1 of 3
Doc: 021221-000 Rev: C V4
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7-10
Connector Board (keyboard models)–Digital Interface (page 2 of 3) Kurzweil PC2 Series Service Manual

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J320
MIDI L5
Use either U6 or U7 R6 AES XFRMR
+5Vref {1-A1} OUT OUT/THRU IN 270 5% 2 5
R66
C 1 2 1 6 4 2
2.2K R93 R96 U7
VCC 3
Q1 B 1 2 4 1 2 3 5 4 1 2 3 5 4 1 2 3 5 56 56 PC410 J300 1
3 4
MMBT2907 1 2 1 2 1

4
1
6
2
7
3
5

1
22

23
11

13

14
10
12
24
18
15
20
16
21
17
19
25
5

1
E 3 R4 SPDIF OUT
LL4148

1
A 56 5% A

1
R68 D1 R106

1
C17 LL4148 VCC

2
110 3K

1
3 1 2 1000pF D13 C25

2
EXPDL1 {1-B1} 1000pF

2
4 R99 R102

7
8

2
1
EXPRESSION 5 56 56 2
1

1
6
1

1
PEDAL "1" 2 C10 C12 LL4148 R71 1 2 1 2 3 C56 R5
1 1000pF 0.1uF D2 1M 0.1uF 56 5%

1
C47
2

2
J313 6 PC910

2
1000pF

2
JACK C22 U6

2
1000pF
1

C8

2
1000pF U5 U5
2

R94 R97 VCC 74HCU04 74HCU04


110 110
1

LL4148 1 2 1 2
12 13 2 1
R69 D3
2

1
110 C18
3 1 2 1000pF DIGITAL_OUT
EXPDL2 {1-B1}

2
4 J303
U5 U5
EXPRESSION 5 MIDI & CPU
1

R100 74HCU04 74HCU04


1

PEDAL "2" 2 C11 C13 LL4148 MIDI_RxD 1


R72 220 MIDI_RxD
1 1000pF 0.1uF D4 1 THRU 2
1M 1 2 2 CONT
2

J314 6 3 OUT 10 11 4 3 MIDI_TxD 3


MIDI_TxD
2

JACK 4

1
C20 S1 IRQ
5
1000pF OUT/THRU SELECT IACK
6

2
R95 R98 VCC INT_RxD
+VBAT 7
110 110 INT_TxD
B 8 B
1 2 1 2 DIG_OUT
9
GND
10

1
C19 +VBAT
C9 1000pF R108

2
1000pF +12V
R101 10K
R63 1 2
220 1 2
1.5M
1

1 2
1 2 2 1 LL4148
D16

1
121.0K 1% C21
2

R64 INTMIDITxD {1-A8}


R67 TL072 1000pF
165K 1% R70

1
1 2 2 U3 INTMIDIRxD {1-A8}

C
- 10K
1 1 2 R107 2 B Q18
BREATH {1-B1} LCD Contrast Adjust
3 10K MMBT2222 IACK {1-C1}
2 +

E
3
4
IRQ {1-A8}
1

BREATH 5
LL4148

1
CONTROL 3
D5 R148 U5
1
2

J305 +5Vref {1-A1} 1K 74HCU04


J315 R65
1+ 2 SLIDER MUXA0 {1-B8}
JACK 110

2
1
10uF 16V 1 2 +5VREF MUXA1 {1-B8} 8 9
2
C7 CTRL1 1 2
3 MUXA2 {1-B8}
CTRL2
4 VCC
CTRL3 10K
~12V 5 U11 VCC ~12V
CTRL4 R109
6 74HC4051
VSLDR
7 9 16
AGND C VDD

1
C 10 C
B R13
11
A 10K
13 3
Y0 Y RIBN_SLDR {1-B1}
14 R73

2
Y1
VCC 15 4 110
Y2
12 8 3 1 2
1 2 R84 Y3 VSS FOOTSWITCH "1" FTSW1 {1-C1}
+5Vref {1-A1} 1 7 1
10K Y4 VEE

1
TELMOD6PIN 1.5K 5 R3 6 C14
1 2 5 Y5

1
RBN/XYZ R82 + 2 10K 1000pF
2 Y6 J317 R10

2
1 R85 2 1 4 6 1 2
REF- 4 Y7 G JACK 10K
2 10K -
SUPER REF+ U4 100K
3 1 2 R74

2
RIBBON SEC2/Y LM339 R89
4 4 110
SEC3
5 3 1 2
SEC1/X 7 FOOTSWITCH "2" FTSW2 {1-C1}
6 + TOUCH2 {1-C1} 1
1

SENSE 1

1
LL4148 LL4148 LL4148 2 1 6 C15
R76 R78 R79 6
J316 D9 D10 D11 R86 - 1000pF

1
680K 680K 680K U4 100K J318
2

2
10K R9
2 1 LM339 R90 TOUCH1 {1-C1} JACK
2

1 2 10K
270 R75
1

9
2

2
R83 + 4 110
2

D6 D7 D8 R81