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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL

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SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER
WAX2
DESTINATION
CHASSIS

KLV-23S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-26S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-32S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-40S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 7/2006

☛ :UPDATED ITEM

REVISION DATE SUBJECT

7/2006 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.
1/2007 Added PNs for new LCD Panel for 26” and 32” models. SN 4,200,001 and Up and added PNs for
Inverter Boards. Replaced Pg. 51.
Added Support Belt description to Lock Assy, Rudder. Replaced Pg. 75.

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-712-02

Self Diagnosis
Supported model

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER
WAX2
DESTINATION
CHASSIS

KLV-23S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-26S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-32S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-40S200A RM-YA006 CANADA/MEXICO

KLV-23S200A RM-YA006

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-712-02

KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE PAGE SECTION TITLE PAGE

Specifications ................................................................................. 4 SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................ 48
Warnings and Cautions .................................................................. 6 4-1. Rear Cabinet and Stand Assembly ..................................... 48
Safety-Related Component Warning .............................................. 7 4-2. Chassis ............................................................................... 49
Safety Check-Out ........................................................................... 9 4-3. Speakers .............................................................................. 50
Self-Diagnostic Function............................................................... 10 4-4. LCD Panel ............................................................................ 51
SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY ............................................................... 12 SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ............................................ 52
1-1. Rear Cover Removal ............................................... 12
1-2. Vesa Bracket Assembly Removal ............................ 12
1-3. H1U Board Removal ................................................ 13
1-4. G1 Board or G2 Board (Power Unit) and H2U Board
Removal................................................................... 13
1-5. AU Board Removal .................................................. 14
1-6. QT Board Removal .................................................. 14
1-7. BU Board Removal .................................................. 15
1-8. H3U Board and Speaker Removal .......................... 15
1-9. LCD Panel Removal ................................................ 16
SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ............................................. 17
2-1. Remote Adjustment Buttons and Indicators ......................... 17
2-2. Accessing Service Adjustments ........................................... 17
2-3. Resetting the User Menu - Factory Reset ............................ 18
2-4. Aging Mode .......................................................................... 18
2-5. White Balance Adjustment. .................................................. 19
SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS ..................................................................... 20
3-1. Circuit Boards Location ........................................................ 20
3-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams Information ..
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3-3. Block Diagram ...................................................................... 22
3-4. Schematics and Supporting Information .............................. 23
AU Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 2) ................................. 23
AU Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 2) ................................. 24
BU Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 8) ................................. 26
BU Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 8) ................................. 27
BU Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 8) ................................. 28
BU Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 8) ................................. 29
BU Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 8) ................................. 30
BU Board Schematic Diagram (6 of 8) ................................. 31
BU Board Schematic Diagram (7 of 8) ................................. 32
BU Board Schematic Diagram (8 of 8) ................................. 33
G1 Board, Power Unit (KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A
Only) ........................................................................ 35
G2 Board, Power Unit (KLV-40S200A ONLY) ...................... 37
H1U Board Schematic Diagram ........................................... 39
H2U Board Schematic Diagram ........................................... 41
H3U Board Schematic Diagram ........................................... 43
QT Board Schematic Diagram ............................................. 44
3-5. Semiconductors ................................................................... 47

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1 and S VIDEO (4-Pin Mini DIN (VIDEO 1/2 Only) 48 kHz. LLC. under one or more of the following US patents: 5510752. Manufactured under license from BBE Sound. 16.S. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 720p.5 Vrms. 50/60Hz HDMI IN 6: HDMI: Video:480i. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 4 . Licensed by BBE Sound. 75 ohms Impedance: 47 kilohms VIDEO 1. 0.. 480p. Inc. Inc.0 Vp-p. registered in the U. Inc. 0.7 Vp-p. 75 ohms. HDMI. 44. 1080i VIDEO (IN) 1/2/3 Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32. the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing. Sony Corporation has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency. 75 ohms unbalanced. This TV incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology. analog RGB.S. 720p. sync negative AUDIO OUT: AUDIO 500 mVrms (100% modulation) 500 mVrms (100% modulation) More than 1 Vrms at the maximum volume setting (Variable) Impedance:47 kilohms More than 500 mVrms (Fixed) HD/DVD IN 4/5 PC IN 7: YPBPR (Component Video) D-sub 15-pin.7 Vp-p. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SPECIFICATIONS Power Requirements 120V-240V AC. BBE and BBE symbol are registered trademarks of BBE Sound. 75 ohms unbalanced. 5736897. As an ENERGY STAR® Partner. 75 ohms PR:0. sync negative AUDIO: 500 mVrms (100% modulation) C: 0. sync negative (Refer to the PC Input Signal Reference in the Operating Instruction Manual) PB:0. “BRAVIA” and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. 480p. registered mark. 1080i Stereo mini jack.A and other countries.7 Vp-p. 20 and 24 bits Y: 1. Inc. Inc. Macintosh is a trademark licensed to Apple Computer. 75 ohms PC AUDIO INPUT: Signal format: 480i. 75ohms unbalanced. SRS and ( ) symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs. 1 kilohm AUDIO 500 mVrms (100% modulation) HEADPHONES: Impedance: 47 kilohms Stereo mini jack Impedance: 16 ohms Trademark Information TruSurround XT.0 Vp-p. ENERGY STAR® is a U.286 Vp-p (Burst signal). Inc.0 Vp-p. TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs. positive Y:1.

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366 dots x 768 lines Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL31 (KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A Only) Screen Size (measured diagonally) SU-WL51 (KLV-40S200A Only) 23 inches (KLV-23S200A Only) SU-PW2 KLV-40S200A Only) 26 inches (KLV-26S200A Only) 32 inches (KLV-32S200A Only) 40 inches (KLV-40S200A Only) KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 5 . and Wood Screw Cable Holder Antenna Operating Instructions 75-ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Quick Setup Guide Warranty Card Panel System LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel Optional Accessories Headphones Plug Adaptor Display Resolution (horizontal x vertical): Connecting Cables 1. Securing Screw.     Television system Supplied Accessories American TV Standard Remote Commander RM-YA006 Two Size AA (R6) Batteries Channel coverage 75-ohm coaxial cable Analog AC Power Cord 2-69 Terrestrial HD15-HD15 Cable 1-125 Cable Suport Belt.       *  .  + * .

les vues explosees et les listes de pieces sont d’une importance critique pour la securite du fonctionnement. ne pas faire l’entretien autre que celui contenu dans le Mode d’emploi à moins que vous soyez qualifié faire ainsi. exploded views. Suivre ces procedures lors de chaque remplacement de composants critiques. The chassis of this receiver is directly connected to the ac power line. un transformateur d’isolement doit etre utilisé lors de tout dépannage. ATTENTION!! Ces instructions de service sont à l’usage du personnel de service qualifié seulement. Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Follow these procedures whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is suspected. Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation are identified in this manual. do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifies dans le present manuel. Le chássis de ce récepteur est directement raccordé à l’alimentation du secteur. ! ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS A LA SECURITE!! Les composants identifies par une trame et par une marque ! sur les schemas de principe. ou lorsqu’un mauvais fonctionnement suspecte. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 6 . Afin d’eviter tout risque d’electrocution provenant d’un chássis sous tension. because of live chassis. WARNING!! An isolation transformer should be used during any service to avoid possible shock hazard. ! SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! Components identified by shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams. Replace these components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual or in supplements published by Sony. and in the parts list are critical for safe operation. Pour prévenir le risque de choc électrique. To reduce the risk of electric shock. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS CAUTION These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only.

(High voltage occurs at the inverter circuit at 650Vrms.  do not leave the module in high temperatures or in areas of high humidity for an extended period of time.  avoid contact with water. fire.  do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight. It may cause a short circuit within the module. be sure you are grounded by using a wrist band. or other hazard.  protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the electronic circuit (C-MOS). the LCD panel must be secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING There are critical components used in LCD color TVs that are important for safety.  disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight (CCFL) or inverter circuit. These components are identified with shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams and the electrical parts list.  use care when handling the wires or connectors of the inverter circuit.)  always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material. NOTE: Do not modify the original design without obtaining written permission from the manufacturer or you will void the original parts and labor guarantee.  do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects. When installing the LCD panel on a wall. Damaging the wires may cause a short. LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK CIRCUIT KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 7 . It is essential that these critical parts be replaced only with the part number specified in the electrical parts list to prevent electric shock. USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING THE LCD PANEL When repairing the LCD panel. To avoid damaging the LCD panel:  do not press on the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of electric shock.

KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A example 1 The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using Lead Free Solder.50Kg 7-640-005-21 0.5mm 0. It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints.8mm 1.00Kg Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade. For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder.50Kg 7-640-005-22 0.00Kg 7-640-005-24 1.2mm 1.g.com KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 8 .00Kg 7-640-005-25 1. This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics. The servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below.25Kg 7-640-005-20 0.25Kg 7-640-005-23 0. Lead Free Solder is available under the following part numbers : Part number Diameter Remarks 7-640-005-19 0.00Kg 7-640-005-26 1.sony-training.3mm 0. H1 etc [ see example ].0mm 1. please refer to http://www. The boards are identified by the LF logo located close to the board designation e.6mm 0.4mm 0.6mm 1.

Check that all control knobs. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or instructions. 1. Checking for earth ground.to 100-watt described below. Check leakage as If a cold-water pipe is not accessible. and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. to locate the hot side on the line. and digital multimeter is suitable for this job. verify that it is at replacement of any such line cord to the customer. covers. Nearly all battery-operated digital multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are suitable (see Figure A). connect a 60. the cover-plate retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale. perform the following The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis. V. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. trouble.5 mA (500 microamperes). The “limit” indication is 0.75V) Cold-water Pipe Earth Ground Figure A. “metallized” knobs. touching high-wattage resistors. if necessary. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 9 . A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. If the 6. The reading should be zero ohms. Try both slots. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. Point them out to the customer and recommend their How to Find a Good Earth Ground replacement. Recommend the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground. ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe with an ohmmeter. A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground. Figure B. Point them out to the The Simpson’s 250 and Sanwa SH-63TRD are examples of customer and recommend their replacement. that were installed during a previous repair. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SAFETY CHECK-OUT After correcting the original service problem. Leakage Test To Exposed Metal Parts on Set Trouble Light Ohmmeter AC Outlet Box AC 0. screws.light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the retaining screw. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these 2. show obvious signs of deterioration. The Data Precision 245 3. metal trim. 3. passive VOMs that are suitable. such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. 2. Be absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators. the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw is at ground potential (see Figure B). 5. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. shields. though functioning. particularly transistors. 7. mounting hardware have been replaced.15 µF Voltmeter (0. must not exceed 0. ground straps. connections. Check the antenna terminals. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges. Look for parts which. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. 1. Look for unauthorized replacement parts. A commercial leakage tester.75 4.

KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Self Diagnosis Supported model Control Buttons MENU TV/VIDEO VOLUME CHANNEL POWER PIC OFF/TIMER STANDBY POWER Description of LED Indictors LED LED Type Description * Light is green when the TV set is on POWER LED Red/Green LED * Functions as failure indicator * Blinks green in aging mode TIMER LED Red LED Lights when timer is set Lights when power saving setting is set to PIC OFF LED Green LED picture off (See Instruction Manual) KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 10 .

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+PSW M4X16 2 2 KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 12 . +PSW M4X16 3 1 Screws +BVTP2 4X16 2 6 Lift to remove Rear Cover 1 4 Screws +BVTP2 4X16 5 Screws 5 +BVTP2 4X16 1-2. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY 1-1. VESA BRACKET ASSEMBLY REMOVAL 1 2 Screws. REAR COVER REMOVAL 2 Screws +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 4 2 Screws.

KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 1-3. 3 Pull tabs back on and CN6203 bracket to release. 2 G1 board KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 13 . H1U BOARD REMOVAL 1 Disconnect CN101 Pull tabs on bracket to release board 4 3 2 Screws +BVTP2 4X12 Multi Button Assy H1U Board 2 1-4. CN6202. G1 BOARD (POWER UNIT) OR G2 BOARD AND H2U BOARD REMOVAL 3 2 Screws +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 H2U board 2 2 Screws +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 1 1 Connector CN201 Side jack holder 1 3 Connectors CN6102.

QT BOARD REMOVAL 3 1 Screws +PSW 3SG 2 3 Screws +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 1 2 Connectors CN7803 and CN7800 QT board KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 14 . CN9001. AU BOARD REMOVAL 3 2 Screws +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 2 4 Screws +PSW 3SG 1 7 Connectors CN9502. CN9501. CN7502. CN7000 AU board 1-6. CN7503. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 1-5. CN7501.

1-8. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 1-7. CN1002. H3U BOARD AND SPEAKER REMOVAL 1 One screw (+BVTP 3X10) H3U board Speaker Speaker KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 15 . CN7008. CN7009. CN4701. CN1700. CN5000. CN4702. CN1001. BU BOARD REMOVAL 2 2 Screws +PSW 3SG 1 10 Connectors BU board CN1007. CN1008 NOTE: CN1004 & CN1003 are not used.

+PSW M4X8 LCD bracket assy 4 Harness with connector (LVDS) 5 Connecter assy 14P LCD panel KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 16 . LCD PANEL REMOVAL 1 2 Screws. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 1-9. +PSW M4X8 4 Screws. 2 +BVTP2 4X16 3 2 Screws.

1. Put the TV in standby mode. 1008 CHECK SUM F99F NVM VER. To increase the data value of the category. (Power off). KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS 2-1. To save the data value changes. REMOTE ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS AND 2-2. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 17 . To decrease the data value of the category. press the button. ACCESSING SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS INDICATORS To adjust various set features. ATI SD NVM VER. The Analog service menu displays. To save the data value changes. 02 5 ETI 2h 16m VOLUME+ 4. To cancel the data value changes. press the button to select Color Save and then press the button. Turn the TV on and view an Analog channel. b. select Save by pressing the button and then press the button. b. a. a. 1005 S PACK VER. Video 1 R_DRIVE 256 B_DRIVE 256 R_BKG 512 G_BKG 512 B_BKG 512 COLOR SAVE RM-YA006 5. 3. use the Remote Commander to put the set into service mode to display the service menus. press the button. select Cancel by pressing the button and then pressing the button. POWER 2. Use the button to view the next category listing the white balance adjustment items. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second: DISPLAY DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + POWER On. 6. 1006 ATI VER. Onscreen cursor Video 1 and select button MAIN VER. Use the or button to select the item you want to adjust. 1008 H PACK VER. ATI UD NVM VER.

The TEST RESET option resets all the customer adjustable data back to the factory defaults. 02 CHECK SUM E20E ATI SD NVM VER. Video 1 4. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a Channel 5 Volume + POWER On. Use the button to view the next category listing the white balance Video 1 adjustment items. 7. (Power off). 3. 1006 H PACK VER. 6. 2-4. 01. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a 1. 7. 1008 Video 1 S PACK VER. Press the button to select TEST RESET options. Video 1 The service menu displays. DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + POWER On. on the set. push the Power Button 1. Press the button to start the aging process. Continue pressing the button until the next category list displays. TEST RESET AGING MODE Off Video 1 AUTO SHUT-OFF On ETI CLEAR TEST RESET INFORMATION RESET AGING MODE Off SOUND MUTE On AUTO SHUT-OFF On ETI CLEAR INFORMATION RESET SOUND MUTE On 5. MAIN VER. 8. Use the button to view the next category listing the white balance adjustment items. Continue pressing the button until the next category list displays. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 2-3. second: The service menu displays.06 S PACK VER. 01. 2. 1009 H PACK VER. 6. Press the button to display the Aging Mode options. RESETTING THE USER MENU . Press the button to select OK. NOTE: Once you enter into Aging Mode the Remote Commander no longer functions with the set. Put the TV in standby mode. 1006 ETI 46h 39m ATI VER. 02 ATI SD NVM VER. (Power off).06 ATI UD NVM VER. Put the TV in standby mode. To turn off the set. R_DRIVE 256 B_DRIVE 256 Video 1 R_BKG 512 G_BKG 512 R_DRIVE 256 B_BKG 512 B_DRIVE 256 COLOR SAVE R_BKG 512 G_BKG 512 B_BKG 512 COLOR SAVE 4. Press the button to select AGING MODE. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 18 . Press the button to reset the TV. 02 NVM VER. AGING MODE FACTORY RESET Aging mode is designed to remove image retention from the screen. 1008 ATI VER. second: DISPLAY 2. 1009 NVM VER. 02 ETI 46h 39m 3. 1008 ATI UD NVM VER. Press the button to select ON. 5. 1008 CHECK SUM E20E MAIN VER.

02 ETI 46h 39m MENU External Inputs Analog Favorites Digital Favorites 10. 1006 01. (Power off). Press the button to select Cool. Video 1 Digital R_DRIVE 256 Settings B_DRIVE 256 R_BKG 512 G_BKG 512 B_BKG 512 Select from connected equipment COLOR SAVE Select: Set: Exit: MENU 3. 4. press the button to select Advanced 13. 1008 CHECK SUM E20E 2. Press the button to display the Color Temperature options. ATI SD NVM VER. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + POWER On. Using the same pattern. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT. press the button to select Color Temperature. Using the arrow keys set all the registers in the Advanced Setting menu to Off. a. The White Balance only needs to be adjusted when you replace the BU Board. 11. ATI VER. then press the button. Access the Service Menu by pressing the following buttons on the 56mv Remote Commander within a second: KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 19 . NVM VER. 2-5. step Gray Scale with Setup. a. 20IRE and 60IRE shades should have the same color. S PACK VER. 6. The service menu displays. Press the button until Settings is selected. then press the button. 02 The User Menu displays. 1008 1. Picture Video 1 Target Inputs All Inputs Picture Mode Custom Reset Backlight Max Picture Max Brightness 50 Color 50 Hue 0 Color Temperature Cool Sharpness 15 Noise Reduction Low Advanced Settings A D Select: Set: Back: RETURN Exit: MENU 7. Video 1 MAIN VER. Press the button to select Custom. From the Picture menu. From the Picture menu.06 ATI UD NVM VER. 5. 12. Settings. 188mv SET-UP 9. From the Picture menu. 1009 H PACK VER. press the button to display the picture mode options. Press MENU on the Remote Commander. adjust the white balance 20% with R_BKG b. Through the Video 1 input. Put the TV in standby mode. Press the button to display the white balance adjustment menu Analog items. Using 10 step NTSC Gray Scale with Setup adjust the White Balance of the 60% shade with R_Drive and B_Drive. Picture Video 1 20 IRE Level 60 IRE Level Advanced Settings Reset 10 STEP Black Corrector Off GRAY SCALE Contrast Enhancer Off Gamma Off Clear White Off Live Color Off MPEG Noise Reduction Off A 60% 451mv D Select: Set: Back: RETURN Exit: MENU 20% 8. then press the button. and B_BKG.

Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. is as follows: Pitch : 5mm Rating electrical power : 1/ 4 W Circled numbers are waveform references. Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input. kΩ=1000Ω. Replace only with part number specified. All electrolytics are in 50V unless otherwise specified. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 20 . KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS 3-1. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. : nonflammable resistor The components identified by shading and ! symbol are critical for safety. : panel designation and adjustment for repair : earth ground Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque ! sont critiques pour la : earth-chassis securite. Indication of resistance. : fusible resistor : internal component The symbol indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component side of the board. All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B. pF : µµF 50WV or All voltages are in V. (Actual measured value may be different). CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION H1U Board BU Board H2U Board QT Board G1 Board (All except KLV-40S200A) AU Board G2 Board (KLV-40S200A Only) H3U Board 3-2. : B+line. 1 / 4 W in resistance. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. MΩ=1000kΩ : B-line. Le symbole indique une fusible a action rapide. Readings are taken with a 10MΩ digital multimeter. comme maque. Voltages are DC with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. 1/10 W and 1/16 W in chip resistance. Doit etre remplace par une fusible de meme yaleur. less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked. (RF) electrical power. which does not have one for rating : signal path. All resistors are in ohms. unless otherwise noted. S : Measurement impossibility.

1.) KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 21 .6 (Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A REFERENCE INFORMATION Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( ) RESISTOR : RN METAL FILM CAPACITOR : TA TANTALUM Device * Printed symbol Terminal name Circuit : RC SOLID : PS STYROL Collector : FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON : PP POLYPROPYLENE 1 Transistor Base Emitter : FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE : PT MYLAR Collector : RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND : MPS METALIZED POLYESTER 2 Transistor : RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE Base Emitter : MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE : RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT : ALB BIPOLAR 3 Diode Cathode : ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR : ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE Anode : ALR HIGH RIPPLE Cathode COIL 4 Diode Anode (NC) : LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR Cathode 5 Diode Anode (NC) Common 6 Diode Anode Cathode Common 7 Diode Anode Cathode Common 8 Diode Anode Anode Common 9 Diode Anode Anode Common 0 Diode Cathode Cathode Common !¡ Diode Cathode Cathode Anode Cathode !™ Diode Anode Anode Cathode Anode Transistor Source !£ (FET) Drain Gate D D G G Transistor Source !¢ (FET) Drain Gate S S D D Transistor Source !? (FET) Drain G G Gate S S Emitter !§ Transistor Collector Base C1 C2 C2 B1 E1 !¶ Transistor E2 B2 C1 B1 B2 E1 E2 C1 B2 E2 !• Transistor E1 B1 C2 C1 C2 B1 B2 C1 B2 E2 !ª Transistor E1 B1 C2 E1 E2 E1 E2 C1 B2 E2 @º Transistor E1 B1 C2 B1 B2 C1 C2 C1(B2) C2 E2 B1 E1 @¡ Transistor C2 C1(B2) B1 E2 E2 (B2) E1(B2) E2 B1 E1 E2 @™ Transistor C1 C2 B1 C1 C2 (B2) E1(B2) C2 E2 E1 B1 @£ Transistor C2 C1 B1 C1 C2 – Discrete semiconductot Ver.

KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 3-3.) KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 22 . AV mouse (S)Video1 (S)Video2 AV SW CXA2069Q CVBS Y/C Video3 CVBS+Y/C Analog-Component/RGB PC-RGB Audio (Analog) AU Audio out (Fix/Var. MAP4400A HP Amp. BLOCK DIAGRAM Audio Audio PC HDMI for PC for DVI QT BU UART ECS TMDS Main Micro 8bit Multiplex BUS MB91305 Flash DDRSDRAM 16bit 1MByte 4M x 32bit Hs/Vs BUS I2C-C EEP RF/Cable Chroma Dec/IP UFE /Scalar I2S Backlight I2C-A Trident SVP-PXs Inverter Panel䋨WXGA䋩 D/A Comp1 Comp2 Audio Amp.

22 C2023 D5V D5V D3.5% 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 C2025 TV_L_UC 42 AU_GND DVI_L 43 DVI_L C3 C2 C1 RV3 V3 RV2 V2 RV1 V1 Y3 Y2 Y1 LV3 LV2 LV1 S2-2 S2-1 S-2 S-1 1 R9068 R9016 R9018 R9026 R9070 16V 220 220 220 220 WHT 17 220 1/10W R9028 B C2026 44 AU_GND 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 4.5% RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP 220 RN-CP 32 LINE_MUTE 0.7 D9017 1/10W JL9507 16V 6 L3_1/MODE_1 CHIP B MM3Z10VT1 RN-CP 5% 5% C9032 C6005 R6009 C6014 R6028 D6001 2012 1000p 4.2k Q6005 1/10W 16V RN-CP CHIP 16V MM3Z10VT1 RN-CP B 0.9 4.5% RN-CP RN-CP 0.5 0.22 SP_MUTE 35 SP_MUTE V1_IN_AU_L.V1_IN_Y 100 1/10W CHIP RN-CP — R9062 R9032 R9041 C9019 5% 2.3 5% 1 .V3_IN_AU_R CN9001 GRN 1 15P 0 24 SEL2_C CHIP 2 V_DET 25 V_DET — BLU 3 M_HSYNC SDA_B_5V R9501 0 CHIP 26 27 M_HSYNC SDA_B_5V 4 Video2 R9502 0 CHIP SCL_B_5V 28 SCL_B_5V V3_IN_V VD9404 R9025 Video1 VD9403 VD9405 RED 5 220 D2_IN_CB.V1_IN_V.22 16V B 26 27 C4 S2-4 CXA2069Q-TL IC2001 COUT1 VGND 58 57 B 16V 0.2k Q6009 16V 1/10W 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF RN-CP B RN-CP 2.V1_IN_SSW./FB_1 Y2/G2 16V MM3Z10VT1 1/10W R6021 R6025 C6019 R6032 C6020 C6022 CHIP B RN-CP HP_DET 1 HP_DET L6001 Q6004 4.D1_IN_CR./AVLINK(AEP) — VideoInput2 AU_IN_GND V2_IN_AU_L 8 9 R9155 0 R9156 0 CHIP CHIP 16 17 Y3 GND V2_IN_C.2 4.4 1/10W 20 RN-CP 0.22 16V 22 23 V4 LV4 AV SW 1 LTV RV6 62 61 4.V1_IN_V.5% 0.0 5.47 C9016 1/10W RN-CP 5% Line Audio Output VD9026 R9334 0 R9089 220k 1/10W AUOUT_AU_R C6027 100 16V R6033 4.9 0.C.5% 0.D2_IN_Y 15 N. 4 C2021 0.5 4.5% 1608 5% 1608 2012 10 CB2/B2 R9151 V2_IN_C.2 MM3Z10VT1 R9058 Q6001 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 10V D9013 100 1.3V 10V 1k 5% — 1 3 3 4 2 4 0.2 R2039 RN-CP 220 — 18 RN-CP 0.8 1/10W RN-CP 2 1.022 1k 5% 25V RN-CP 1/10W 10V B 0.4 R9006 470k CHIP 16V B 1/10W RN-CP 5% IIC RN-CP 1/10W IN4: DigitalTuner IN4: DigitalTuner(RECOUT) 2012 100 5% D9002 SDA_B_5V R2007 R2015 0 IN5: IN5: Component1 MM3Z10VT1 CHIP — D2_IN_AU_L.V3_IN_AU_R 1/10W RN-CP 5% 3 CB1/B1 1.0 5% 1608 0.5% RN-CP 0.4 4.9 4.D2_IN_Y 29 AU_PROT 1/10W AU_PROT RN-CP 6 0./FB_2 D1_IN_CB.0 1.4 4.D1_IN_Y 7 8 N.4 3.22 16V 16V 16V A9V CHIP CHIP B B A9V C2016 1 C2017 1 1608 1608 OUT1: OUT1: A9V 16V R9010 0 C9008 1 R9101 1k 1/10W 16V B B 2012 10uH L2003 OUT2: C-Video OUT2: C-Video(to Trident) A9V 16V 2012 CHIP B RN-CP 5% OUT3: VideoOutput OUT3: VideoOutput L9503 0uH 1 A9V K R9005 470k 2012 D9003 MM3Z10VT1 L2002 22uH C2013 C2015 R2019 100 1/10W RN-CP 4 .2 1608 R9019 R9023 R9095 C6006 22k 100 Q6007 9 470k C9014 0.2 CHIP C9020 R6039 1608 V_IN B R9039 75 1/10W RN-CP 2.4 4.7 0.3V HP_OUT_AU_L RN-CP RN-CP B RN-CP B B HP_OUT_AU_L 2 5% 0. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 2) 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 A R6001 C6001 R6004 2.4 3.5% 220 1/10W RN-CP 0.V2_IN_Y GND 10 18 CB3 V1_IN_C.7k 1/10W C6015 0.7 9 GND 5% 2012 5% 10uH 2SA1235TP-1EF 1/10W 1/10W 50V 1/10W 16V 6.4 2012 2.9 4.5% 1/10W RN-CP 0.22 16V 5% 16V 100 D3.22 C9505 CXA2069Q I/O list TO BU BOARD CN1001 D1_IN_AU_L.V2_IN_S2SW.5% 0.5% 1608 2012 5% R9045 1608 1608 2012 1608 8 0 Q6012 CHIP R6008 R6052 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF 3.022 25V B 1608 1/10W RN-CP 5% 4700p 50V B 1608 1/10W RN-CP 0.V1_IN_AU_R — V2_IN_AU_L.5% 0.2 10V B 2012 MM3Z10VT1 D9014 R9059 1k 1/10W R6002 100 Q6002 2SA1235TP-1EF 330 1/10W RN-CP 5% RN-CP AUOUT_AU_L 1/10W 5% 5% V1_IN_AU_L.5% 0.3 4.5% 1608 0.1 R6029 C6024 3 .5 4.6 0 R6003 220 220 220 2.7k 2200p 1M 0.5% 30 REC_MUTE/TV_L(AEP) G ComponentInput1 R9008 R9065 220 R9009 R9014 220 R9067 220 R9043 AC_OFF_DET_AU 31 AC_OFF_DET_AU/TV_R_(AEP) WHT 7 220 1/10W 220 1/10W R9017 22 1/10W RN-CP 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W LINE_MUTE RN-CP 0. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 3-4.4 29 30 LV5 V5 TRAP1 ROUT1 55 54 VideoSystem AudioSystem 2012 D9001 31 RV5 VOUT1 53 R9007 MM3Z10VT1 C9511 470k 0.5% C9508 0.4 4.7k 3.D1_IN_CR.V1_IN_S2SW.4 3.4 4.5% R9069 RN-CP 0.9 1.2 V p-p (H) 2.D2_IN_AU_R R2017C2018 C2019C2020 IN6: IN6: Component2 R2014 0 .22 16V 32 ADR LOUT1 52 TV : AnalogTuner TV : AnalogTuner V/YOUT2 B DC OUT 1608 TRAP2 LOUT3 LOUT2 IN1: Video1 IN1: Video1 ROUT3 ROUT2 YOUT3 VOUT3 COUT3 COUT2 BIAS YIN1 CIN1 MUTE 5% AGND SCL VCC SDA J RN-CP 1/10W 100 IN2: Video2 IN2: Video2 R9013 0 C9007 1 R9100 1k SCL_B_5V R2006 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 IN3: Video3 IN3: Video3 5.4 1608 0 VD9401 VD9402 R9035 3.5% 0.6 RN-CP 100 1/10W CN9502 5% 1/10W 9P Q2002 R2028 0.SEL2_Y/CV 0 0 0.2 R2030 100 1/10W 10V B 2012 0 CHIP V_AVSW DVI_R 45 46 DVI_R AU_GND 220 220 1608 21 63 RED 19 1/10W 4.7k R6051 1M 3.4 RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP B 1/10W 2SA1235TP-1EF 0.C.5% 2012 RN-CP V_AVSW AU BOARD WAVEFORMS 5% R6040 0 1.5% R9057 V1_IN_C.7 1000p 1000p C9005 25V 25V 6 GND — 0 CHIP 1 16V B 2012 1k 1/10W RN-CP 5% D1_IN_AU_L.SEL2_Y/CV 21 GND R9158 0 CHIP GND 14 22 SEL2_Y/CV Video3 V2_IN_V 15 23 GND FB9003 V3_IN_AU_L.V2_IN_AU_R 10 16V B SP_SD_MUTE 36 1608 SP_SD_MUTE GRN 11 R2033 R2023 1k 0 HP_MUTE 37 HP_MUTE 12 C9506 1/10W RN-CP 0.3V 2 3 GND D5V 0.V2_IN_Y C6011 AU_IN_GND 3 0 C6003 0.4 V p-p (H) R6017 0.9 0.V1_IN_AU_R VD9025 R9333 0 R9088 220k RN-CP 5% 1 1608 1/10W B R9060 CHIP RN-CP D3.9 R2024 1k HDMI_R 41 HDMI_R CHIP VD9400 RED 15 220 1/10W 1/10W RN-CP ComponentInput2 16 RN-CP 0.D2_IN_CR.5% 0.D1_IN_AU_R 1608 28 S-4 YOUT1 56 4.22 TV_R_UC HP_DET 38 HP_DET 16V C2024 R9541 B 1 HDMI_L BLU 13 0 39 HDMI_L 1608 16V B H 14 CHIP 2012 R2034 40 AU_GND 4.5% 0.5% 1/10W 8 R9015 RN-CP 33 AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE R9066 0.1 11 GND CHIP 100 16V R9034 R9036 R9037 B E 22 22 22 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP 5% 5% 5% HP_OUT_AU_R V2_IN_SSW 4 5 R9152 0 HP_OUT_AU_R CHIP V2_IN_AU_L.9 4.5% C9507 0.2 1/10W 0.5% RB501V-40TE-17 D1_IN_CB.1 C6017 1 2 CHIP RN-CP RN-CP 47 MM3Z10VT1 J9003 Q6011 5% 16V 16V 5% 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF B 5 6 D9015 1608 VideoInput1 R9063 220 R9029 220 R9040 220 C9021 R9061 100 R6007 47k C6026 R6014 56k C6025 0. 2 2 10 SEL2_C.4 R9012 R9099 — 0 CHIP C9006 1 16V B 1k 1/10W RN-CP 5% 4.V1_IN_S2SW.2 R60341608 0 B 1.2 16V C 2.0 4.D2_IN_CR.1 0.4 3.V2_IN_SSW.5% C9509 0.V1_IN_SSW.9k — R9022 470k R9031 0 C9024 1 D9018 R9098 1k 25V CH R9150 0 CHIP A9V 0.7k 2.3V L9504 0uH 16V 100 B 16V SEL2_AU_R 4 D3.1 16V 1/10W M_HSYNC 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 10V MM3Z10VT1 1/10W RN-CP 16V 1/10W 16V 1/10W 25V 7 RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP B D9012 RN-CP RN-CP B RN-CP CH C RN-CP -0.5% RN-CP 16 5% 1608 1 Y1/G1 V3_IN_V 17 R9046 R6037 0 R9064 R9033 R9042 C9022 R9078 1k 2 GND D 18 20 19 CHIP 1608 220 1/10W RN-CP 0.3 5% R9004 R9506 470k MM3Z10VT1 27k 9 GND R2020 3.22 4.D2_IN_AU_R PC_IN_L 47 48 PC_IN_L AU_GND J9002 B Y4 V6 PC_IN_R 49 PC_IN_R I 24 60 1608 4. 2 1608 — 12 14 R9020 470k R9024 0 CHIP C9015 1 16V D9009 MM3Z10VT1 R9096 1k 1/10W RN-CP 2012 R6012 470 1/10W RN-CP R6020 10k B R6026 C6023 VideoInput3 5% 5% C6016 1/10W 100 15 2012 0.5% 0.V2_IN_V.4 D2_IN_AU_L.5% R9038 R9044 220 220 22 1/10W 1/10W 22 RESET_AUDIO RED 9 RN-CP 1/10W 1/10W 34 RESET_AUDIO RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP 0. 9 k 1000p C6018 R6030 2.5% 2.D1_IN_Y R9154 0 CHIP V2_IN_AU_R 7 D2_IN_CB.1 1/10W R6013 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF 0 1 D9008 1k 2.V2_IN_V.2 10V B 2012 MM3Z10VT1 D9016 100 1/10W RN-CP 5% V3_IN_AU_L.4 25 RV4 LV6 59 CN9501 49P 1608 WHT C9510 0.22 16V B 20 S2-3 S-3 RTV TV 64 4.3V SEL2_AU_L 5% B 1608 L9505 0uH 1608 Q2001 5 GND 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF C9501 C9502 R9011 R9102 3.5% 2.1 4.5% 220 1/10W RN-CP 0.D1_IN_AU_R R2037 470 1/10W R2027 0 CHIP CH 1608 CH 1608 JL9504 JL9505 7 DTT_LOG 2 RN-CP 8 AV_MOUSE D9004 4.V2_IN_AU_R 16V 1608 JL9509 12 13 CR2/R2 L3_2/MODE_2 R9153 0 CHIP JL9510 V2_IN_S2SW 6 14 N.5% R9027 0.2k 0.5% 5% 2.5% B C 0.V2_IN_S2SW.C.7 1/10W Q6013 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF 10 B 1608 1608 RN-CP 2SA1235TP-1EF R6023 5% 2012 5% C6009 5% 1k 11 13 2.V1_IN_Y V2_IN_C 11 19 GND R9157 0 CHIP GND 12 20 CR3 F V2_IN_Y 13 SEL2_C.1 4.V2_IN_SSW.0 4 GND 1M 1/10W Q6008 V_DET B J9001 R9021 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF R9030 C9023 R9097 RN-CP 5 CR1/R1 470k 0 1 1k 8 .5% RN-CP 1608 TO BU BOARD 5% 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF 0 L R2038 CHIP CN7008 470 1/10W RN-CP 5% GNDterminal — 1 EARTH TERMINAL CN9521 1 EARTH TERMINAL CN9522 1 EARTH TERMINAL M CN9523 — AU MOUNT (1/2) N A/V SWITCH INPUTS — O — 9-883-712-01<WAX2>AU-P1 P KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 23 .9 0.1 1/10W 2. 6 5% 3.

2 48 5 R7125 50V PWM1B1 OUTA1 6.1 RN-CP 0 RN-CP 10 2.0 R7601 5% C7601 4.4 3.2 B-IN CHIP 2012 D7001 B+IN VCC 1608 RN-CP A-IN BOUTPUT L7006 MM3Z11VT1 R7142 IC7003 AU_HP9V R7136 100k AOUTPUT NJM4558V-TE2 0 1/10W RN-CP A+IN OP AMP GND CHIP 7.5 4 R+ 1 0.1 100 1 2 C7053 47 4.7 16V 16V CLK OUTB2 10 C7087 1/10W 4.0 1/10W RN-CP 002:4D 0.1 L7005 1500p 4.0 1608 1/10W C7128 2SA1235TP-1EF C B 5.5p R7011 X7000 100k 2.0 2012 2.C 5 16V 0.1 MMDL914T1 R7135 R7146 25V 10k AU_GND 0 B 1/10W 16V 100k RN-CP — B 1/10W 7.0 0.5% L7010 G 1000p 65 25V AVSUP CAPL_M 40 7.0 5.4 C7054 0.1 CN7501 C7612 RN-CP R7661 IC7601 AOUTPUT 7P 5% 0 NJM4558V-TE2 Q7603 A+IN OP AMP CHIP GND R7605 2SC3624A-T1L15L16 47k 1/10W M TO QS BOARD SPDIF 1 SPDIF RN-CP 5% 4 3 2 1 R7635 2.5% 1 RN-CP RN-CP C7118 51 C7034 2 1/10W DGND1 VDA1 R7153 C7147 C7148 10 C7105 R7156 0.8 3.2k B R7050 RN-CP 1/10W 1/10W MUTEC OUTB1 4.8 R7620 1/10W TV_L 3 TV_L_UC 16V RN-CP R7637 Q7605 HP_MUTE 0. KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 2) 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | A A9V A9V — L7012 A9V 1 2 L9606 L7008 0 PS7001 FB9100 C7061 C7062 22uH AU_15V 4A 0uH 1000p 1000p C7113 C7044 25V 25V 25V AU_15V_M 470 R7061 R7062 47 L7011 CH CH 25V C7024 10k 1/10W 16V 1608 1608 1 1/10W 8.0 R7684 — 2200p C7047 0 1608 79 ADR_SEL VREF2 26 50V RN-CP I2S_DATA_OUT B 1/10W I2S_DEL_OUT CHIP I2S_DEL_WS I2S_DEL_WS I2S_DA_IN1 I2S_DA_IN2 I2S_DA_IN3 I2S_DA_IN4 I2S_DEL_IN 80 STANDBYQ DACA_L 25 RN-CP 3.5% D5V D7010 R7037 2012 C7124 CN7000 10k 10k Q7012 R7127 0.2 15 38 1/10W C7035 2012 2012 0.2k B 1 0.0 GND 2 DTV_IN FIX/VAR_R_IN 0.0 5.8 1608 25V 35V 25 28 72 XTAL_OUT IC7001 SC2_OUT_R 33 C7056 Q7005 2.1 2012 2200p C7046 D7004 R7101 1608 1608 1/10W 50V 25V B AU_PRE_GND 75 NC DACM_SUB 30 M1MA152WA-T1 B Q7010 P_GND R7683 76 SPDIF_OUT DACM_C 29 RT1N441M-TP-1 2012 0 CHIP 77 D_CTR_I/O_1 DACM_L 28 0.2 10 43 1/10W 2.5 25V 46 2.1 SC5_IN_L SC1_IN_L SC2_IN_L SC3_IN_L SC4_IN_L IN2 VSB2 SC5_IN_R SC1_IN_R SC2_IN_R SC3_IN_R SC4_IN_R AVSS AVSS VREFTOP NC NC NC ASG ASG ASG AHVSS AHVSS SC3_OUT_R C7010 SC3_OUOT_L C7116 AGNDC 16V 16V R7133 C7107 10 100k 0.5% 9 R7662 47k 1/10W CN7314 RN-CP RN-CP 5.0 25V 0.5 7.2 P6SMBJ30A-5 10 22 31 7.1 1/10W 1/10W 16V 16V 0. P6SMBJ30A-5 1 4P 11 42 1/10W 2SC3624A-T1L15L16 22k 25V FB7000 RN-CP 1/10W SUB SUB B 0uH R7056 RN-CP 1/10W 4.5% B PWM2B1 OUTA1 C7086 1608 PC_IN_L DVI_R PC_IN_R DVI_L C7075 1 4 3 1 R7114 R7126 4.0 C7603 5% Q7608 AC_OFF_DET_AU 1 RT1N441M-TP-1 5% N.1 R7119 C7091 25V C7125 25V 16 37 2.7k 0.5% R7113 47k 1/10W R7120 0 8.6 R7600 C7615 220 2SC3624A-T1L15L16 100p 1/10W CHIP 0 50V RN-CP CH 0.2 R7066 C7064 6.5% 25V 1/10W AGND HBB1 2012 L7002 1608 C7027 RN-CP C7090 C7102 0uH 4.5 SEL2_AU_L RN-CP 50V 47 6 0.5% CH PWM1B2 OUTA2 FIX/VAR_L_IN Q7008 1608 C7126 68 ANA_IN.22 1608 FB7007 RT1N441M-TP-1 2200p C7042 CH R7655 0uH 25V 1608 5% CH 0uH 50V R7018 C7072 0.8 — AU_PRE_GND C7019 AU_PRE_GND 1 25V R7129 10k R7158 4.8 18 44 RN-CP R7041 9 4.7k 16V R7633 1/10W 0.1 100 0.5% C7108 C7117 71 XTAL_IN SC2_OUT_L 34 B C7004 0.2k 7 25V 10k R7132 OP1O VDB1 1/10W 1/10W 100k C7106 C7115 2012 RN-CP RN-CP 1/10W 0.0 12k 10 2SA1235TP-1EF R7039 2012 RN-CP Q7022 16V 15.5% L7007 16V B 10uH 10 0.1 12k 1/10W R7615 J 5 6 7 8 25V RN-CP B 2012 5.0 47k 1500p 1/10W RN-CP 50V PWM2A2 VSA2 18.5% 50V PWM1A1 VSA1 B C7094 CH 3216 150p 1608 4.432MHz 1608 0.5% R7642 2.8 3.5% 0.5 7.5 0.5 18 35 4 3 10k R7140 1/10W CLKCTRL VSB2 C7111 330p 18 B 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 2012 RN-CP 25V 0.0 0.8 AOUTPUT FB7006 SCL_B_5V A+INPUT A-INPUT 0 25V Q7019 RN-CP 50V 0uH FB7004 CHIP R7102 SP_MUTE 5% AU_PRE_GND RT1N441M-TP-1 HP_OUT 5% B 10k 4 3 2 1 GND 0uH CHIP 1608 R7017 1/10W RN-CP — NJM3414AV(TE2) C7030 10k RN-CP 1/10W 5% 0. SC1_OUT_L 37 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF C7098 4.1 100p 1/10W Q7011 5% R7614 C7610 16V 50V 5% FB7008 RN-CP 25V 0.7k B 0 C7015 100 1608 1/10W R7019 220p 0.1 9.3 C7055 0.5% 3216 FB7001 1 L+ 12 41 C7023 1/10W 0uH R7034 RN-CP VCOR OUTB1 C7119 2 L- 15k 1 1 FB7002 16V 15k 5% 1/10W C7076 R7116 25V 0uH RN-CP B R7057 15.5 3 R- 2.0 1608 I2S_WS3 I2S_CL3 0. 95% R7660 47k 1/10W 8RN-CP .0 R7117 DGND2 VDA2 B AU_PRE_GND MAP4400A-QA-B2-501 2SA1235TP-1EF C7089 3.2k B 16V B 2012 RN-CP RN-CP C7051 C7065 1000p FB9101 0 R7134 0 TO DETECT A9V C9512 C7063 HDMI_L 1 25V 1000p 1000p CHIP 16V CH 25V 25V 5.5% 2.0 2012 R7147 B CHIP 100k 2SA1235TP-1EF Q7021 HDMI_R HDMI_R AU_PRE_GND 1/10W 2012 7.5% RN-CP 35V 45 8 0.3 3.0 R7641 A9V MMDL914T1 B-IN R7501 RN-CP B+IN B VCC A-IN BOUTPUT N.0 DATA0 3 C7614 2SA1235TP-1EF R7663 16V 1/10W 10 10k B RN-CP 4.0 5% 5% DACA_R RESETQ 100k I2C_DA I2S_WS I2C_CL I2S_CL R7012 R7651 DVSUP DVSUP 0 CHIP R7627 DVSS DVSS DVSS R7631 RN-CP R7015 1/10W R7112 R7644 0 0 0.5% RN-CP 1/10W RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP C7088 C7100 0.5% IN1 VSB1 B C7110 330p 1 2 R7139 E R7031 0.5% 0.5% 1/10W 1/10W R7634 1/10W GND 2 R7504 10k 4.5% 0.5 25V 35V 1 1/10W 20 33 C7057 B RN-CP OP2O VDB2 CN7001 C7060 AU_+8V C7096 0.1 1/10W 25V HP_L_IN 0.0 C7617 Q7606 47k 82k NC NC 5% C7014 47 220 RN-CP R7014 2SC3624A-T1L15L16 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W CHIP 47k 470p 16V 5% 009:6G RN-CP RN-CP 0.5 19 34 0.5 1 3.5% RN-CP C7605 A9V 1/10W 47 12k 16V R7603 R7653 0 — 16V 10 0.2k 1/10W LINE_OUT R7657 22k 1/10W RN-CP 8 .5 2012 Q7017 R7152 RT1N141M-TP-1 52 2SA1235TP-1EF 1 10k DVDD1 HBA1 25V 1/10W 0.7k 0.1 25V B DIGITAL AMP M61571AFP IC7007 R7145 100k 1/10W Q7015 0.5% C7103 AVCC OUTB2 2012 B B B 1 1 1608 0.5 2012 10uH 21 32 CH 25V 10uH 50V R7130 1608 66 AVSUP AHVSUP 39 B PWM2B2 OUTA2 1 B 6.9 CHIP — 0.0 1000p C7083 RN-CP B 10k 0.5% RN-CP 1/10W 15k R7636 CHIP C7600 R7604 22k R7650 1/10W 47k R7654 RN-CP 1/10W 47k TO QT BOARD 5% RN-CP 8.0 5.8 3.2k 1/10W D7603 R7658 1M 1/10W RN-CP Q7610 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF LINE_MUTE GND 6 RN-CP M1MA152WA-T1 5% 5% Q7611 AC_OFF_DET_AU Q7604 RT1N441M-TP-1 5% LRCK 7 D7605 2SC3624A-T1L15L16 MMDL914T1 GND 8 N CN7502 AU_PRE_GND AU MOUNT (2/2) — AU_15V AUDIO UNREG15V 1 UNREG15V 2 NC 3 AU_GND 4 O AU_GND CN7503 5P 5 TO G2 BOARD AU_GND CN6200 — P 9-883-712-01<WAX2>AU-P2 KLV-23S200A/26S200A/32S200A/40S200A 24 .8 3.1 RN-CP B HP_OUT_AU_L R7004 D7006 1/10W 1/10W 16V C7611 C7616 47k MMDL914T1 C7082 0.0 5.5% GND 4 2012 RN-CP 47k 0.8.7k RN-CP 3.9 1/10W CN7803 R7606 5% RN-CP R7503 47k 5% 0 AU_PRE_GND 1/10W RN-CP 0.8 3.0 5.0 R7137 0 RN-CP 25V 1 Q7016 5.3k 1/10W 1/10W Q7002 100k RN-CP 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF R7629 5% R7643 5% RESET AU_PRE_GND A9V K L7013 0.0 7 .1 10k R7118 TO Speakers 5% 15k 0.0 1M 2SC3052EF-T1-LEF D7602 1/10W GND 4 FIX/VAR_L_IN AUOUT_AU_L M1MA152WA-T1 RN-CP 5.7k RN-CP 0.5 24 29 2.7k 0.0 2012 C7127 1608 1608 C7043 D7005 1 AU_15V_M R7067 5 6 7 8 0.5% 4.1 D 15k R7040 16V C7092 1500p 4.0 10 0.2k 13 40 2012 1 FB7003 0.5% 0.0 STBY/MUTEVSB1 L7009 1/10W 10k CHIP C7101 10uH 1/10W 0.5 C7021 16V 25V 14 39 16V 2012 1 C7033 R7128 B VREF HBB2 C7037C7036 B C7120 1 2012 2012 2012 16V