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DVP-FX810 RMT-D182A

SERVICE MANUAL AEP Model


UK Model
E Model
Australian Model
New Zealand Model
Singapore Model

SPECIFICATIONS

(AEP, UK, AZ)

AC Adaptor (AC-FX111) (E, SP)


INPUT: 110-240V AC, 50/60 Hz

(AEP, UK, AZ)

Car Battery Pack (DCC-FX111) (E, SP)


INPUT: 12V DC

• Abbreviation
AZ :Australian and New Zealand models
E :Chilean, Colombian, Mexican, Panama, Peruvian, Venezuelan
models
SP :Hong Kong, Indian, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines,
Singapore, Thai, Vietnam models

PORTABLE CD/DVD PLAYER


SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:

1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-sol- 4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs
dered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recom-
splashes and bridges. mend their replacement.
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.
“pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors.
3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transis-
tors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them
out to the customer and recommend their replacement.

CAUTION : CLASS 1M VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND This label is located on the bottom of the unit.
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
VORSICHT : KLASSE 1M S ICHTBARE UN D UNSICHTBARE LA SERSTRAHLUNG WENN GEÖFFNET
UND SPERREN AUSSER FUNKTION. NICHT DIREKT MIT OPTISCHEN INSTRUMENTEN ANSEHEN.
ADVARSEL : SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING AF KL ASSE 1M V ED ÅB NING OG OM GÅELSE
AF LÅSEANORDNINGER MÅ IKKE BETRAGTES DIREKTE GENNEM OPTISKE INSTRUMENTER.
ADVARSEL : SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING I KLASSE 1M NÅR ÅPEN OG
LÅSEANORDNINGER FJERNET. IKKE SE DIREKTE MED OPTISKE INSTRUMENTER.
VARNING : KLASS 1M SYNLIG OCH OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPEN
OCH MED SPÄRRARNA AVSTÄNGDA. BETRAKTA EJ STRÅLEN DIREKT MED OPTISKA INSTRUMENT.
VARO! : AVATTUNA JA LUKITUS OHITETTUNA LUOKAN 1M NÄKYVÄÄ JA NÄKYMÄTÖNTÄ
LASERSÄTEILYÄ. ÄLÄ KATSO SÄTEESEEN SUORAAN OPTISILLA LAITTEILLA.

This CD/DVD player is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.


MARKING is located on the bottom of the unit.

CAUTION:
The use of optical instrument with this product will increase eye
hazard.

CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous ra-
diation exposure.

WARNING!!
WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER Unleaded solder
EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION, free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
MORE THAN 25 cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE the lead free mark due to their particular size.)
OBJECTIVE LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK.

: LEAD FREE MARK


Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than
ordinary solder.
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
about 350°C.
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the
heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! • Strong viscosity
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. such as on IC pins, etc.
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE • Usable with ordinary solder
PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. also be added to ordinary solder.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page


1. GENERAL 5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

Precautions ................................................................... 1-1 5-1. Circuit Boards Location ................................................. 5-1


About This Manual ........................................................ 1-3 5-2. MAIN Board ................................................................... 5-3
About Playable Discs .................................................... 1-3 5-3. DRIVER Board .............................................................. 5-7
How to operate the “play” function ................................ 1-4
About copyright ............................................................. 1-4 6. WAVEFORMS AND CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
Notes on handling discs ................................................ 1-4
Basic Usage Precautions .............................................. 1-5 6-1. Waveforms ..................................................................... 6-1
Indentification of Controls ............................................. 1-6 6-2. Circuit Voltage Chart ..................................................... 6-5
Using the Remote Control ............................................. 1-8
About the LCD Panel ..................................................... 1-8 7. IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Connecting the AC adaptor ........................................... 1-9
Using with batteries ....................................................... 1-9 7-1. MPEG/DSP/RF Pin Function
Playing Discs ................................................................. 1-10 (MAIN Board U10: MT1389) ......................................... 7-1
DISPLAY Screen ........................................................... 1-13 7-2. FRONT MICOM Pin Function
General Features .......................................................... 1-13 (MAIN Board U8: Z8F0822) .......................................... 7-7
Playing Audio CDs and MP3 Discs ............................... 1-15
Programming Play ......................................................... 1-16 8. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
Repeat Play ................................................................... 1-17
Random Play ................................................................. 1-17 8-1. Standard Video Level .................................................... 8-1
JPEG Image File Display .............................................. 1-17
Playing a VCD video ..................................................... 1-18
9. TROUBLESHOOTING
Playing a DivX video ..................................................... 1-19
Set Up Menu .................................................................. 1-20
9-1. Electrical Trouble Shooting Guide ................................. 9-1
Connecting the Video/Audio Cord ................................. 1-22
1. Power (DC-DC Converter) Circuit ................................. 9-1
Using this Player with a Car Adaptor ............................ 1-23
2. MPEG Circuit ................................................................. 9-3
In Case of Malfunction .................................................. 1-24
3. Front Circuit (Dogotrpm & Key) ..................................... 9-4
4. RF/Servo Circuit ............................................................ 9-5
2. DISASSEMBLY 9-2. LCD Trouble Shooting Guide ........................................ 9-6
2-1. MAIN Board ................................................................... 2-1
10. REPAIR PARTS LIST
2-2. Traverse ......................................................................... 2-2
2-3. Upper Block ................................................................... 2-3
10-1. Exploded Views ............................................................. 10-1
2-4. LCD Panel Assy/INVERTER Board .............................. 2-4
10-1-1. Main Block ................................................................ 10-1
10-1-2. Upper Block .............................................................. 10-2
3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 10-1-3. LCD Block ................................................................. 10-3
10-2. Electrical Parts List ....................................................... 10-4
3-1. Oveall Block Diagram .................................................... 3-1

4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

4-1. Frame (1/2) .................................................................... 4-1


Frame (2/2) .................................................................... 4-3
4-2. MCU & DC-DC POWER ................................................ 4-5
4-3. DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389 ....................................... 4-7
4-4. SDRAM & FLASH ROM ................................................ 4-9
4-5. VIDEO OUT & PANEL CONNECT ................................ 4-11
4-6. AUDIO OUT ................................................................... 4-13
4-7. IR-KB ............................................................................. 4-15
4-8. T-CON ............................................................................ 4-17

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MEMO

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DVP-FX810
SECTION 1 This section is extracted from instruc-
GENERAL tion manual (2-684-485-31).

The power requirements of this unit are indicated on the AC On power sources

Introd uct ion


adaptor. Check that the unit's operating voltage is identical Use only the supplied AC adaptor. Do not use any other
with your local power supply. AC adaptor. It may cause a malfunction.
On safety
Polarity of the plug
Caution - The use of optical instruments with this product
will increase eye hazard.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. If the AC adaptor causes interference to radio reception,
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, move it away from the radio.
unplug the player and have it checked by qualified Do not touch the AC adaptor with wet hands.
personnel before operating it any further. Even when the player is turned off, it is still connected to
Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN 9.5V (external the AC power source (mains) as long as it remains
power input) jack. connected to the wall outlet.
This car adaptor is not intended to be serviced. Should the If you are not going to use the player for a long time, be
product cease to function in its intended manner, it should sure to disconnect the player from the wall outlet. To
be returned to the manufacturer or be discarded. disconnect the AC power cord (mains), grasp the plug
Install this system so that the power cord can be itself; never pull the cord.
unplugged from the wall socket immediately in the event Should the AC power cord need to be changed, have it
of trouble. done at a qualified service shop only.
On temperature increases When necessary, depending on the design of the wall
Heat may build up while charging or during extended use. outlet, you may use a commercially available AC plug
adaptor.
This is not a malfunction.
If the surrounding temperature is very high, the protective
function will turn off the player automatically.
Leave the player in a cool location for about 30 minutes
before using it again.

CAUTION To dispose of the rechargeable battery

Never expose the battery pack to temperatures Certain countries may regulate disposal of the
above 140° F (60° C). Do not leave, for example, battery used to power this product. Please consult
with your local authorities.
in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight.
To store the rechargeable battery
On the rechargeable battery
The battery is consumed gradually as time elapses even
Charge the battery before you start using it. if is not used. In order to prevent the battery from
deteriorating, store it as follows:
Do not allow dust to come into contact with the
battery terminals of the player and battery. Remove the battery from the player after use.
(Even if the player is off, it still uses some power.)
Do not short the terminals.
Use up the battery completely on the player before
Do not open the terminal covers of the player.
storing it.
Do not leave the battery in a place subject to direct
Keep the battery in a cool location to prevent it from
sunlight, or in a car with its windows closed. deteriorating.
Keep the battery dry. Charge and use the battery at least once every 6 months.
Use only the battery (NP-FX110) supplied with On charging the rechargeable battery
this player (DVP-FX810). The rechargeable Heat may build up in the battery while charging. This is
batteries supplied with other models cannot be not a malfunction.
used with this player. Note that the battery may When the battery life of a fully charged battery becomes
explode if incorrectly replaced. about half the normal life, you may need to replace the
Do not disassemble. battery with a new one.

Do not incinerate.
Dispose of used batteries promptly.

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If the player is brought directly from a cold to a warm

Introd uct ion


Keep the lens on the player clean and do not touch it. location, or is placed in a very damp place, moisture
Touching the lens may damage the lens and cause may condense on the lens of the player. Should this
the player to malfunction. occur, the player may not operate properly. When
this happens, remove the disc and leave the player
Keep the player in a location with adequate ventilation
for about half an hour until the moisture evaporates.
to prevent heat build-up in the player.

Do not put heavy objects on top of the player.


Doing so may damage the player and the discs.
Do not leave the player near heat sources, or in a
place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or
sand, moisture, rain, mechanical shock, on an
uneven surface, or in a car with its windows closed. Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g, heart,
square, star) cannot be played on this player.
Do not wrap the player in a cloth or blanket during use. Do not use such discs.
Doing so may cause malfunction or serious accidents.
Do not move, shake or otherwise allow any shock to
If the player causes interference to radio or the player while in operation. Doing so may cause a
television reception, turn off the player or move it malfunction.
away from the radio or television. Use this player in a stable, horizontal position
Keep the player and discs away from equipment where it is not subject to vibration.
with strong magnets, such as microwave ovens, Do not touch the disc if it is still spinning when you
or large loudspeakers. open the lid.
Do not install this equipment in a confined space Before moving the player, remove the disc from it.
such as a bookshelf or similar unit.

On handling the LCD screen Showing consideration for others


Although the LCD screen is made with high-precision Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to
technology and has effective pixels of 99.99% or more, hear outside sounds and still be considerate to the people
black dots may appear or bright points of light (red, blue, around you.
or green) may appear constantly on the LCD screen. This
is a structural property of the LCD panel and is not a On adjusting the volume
malfunction. Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section with
very low level inputs or no audio signal. If you do, the
Do not scratch the LCD or exert pressure on it.
Doing so could cause a malfunction. speakers may be damaged when a peak-level section is
played.
Using the player in low temperature conditions may
Road safety
produce a residual image on the screen. This is not a
malfunction. When the player returns to normal Do not use the monitor unit and headphones while
temperature, the screen will return to normal. driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle.
Doing so may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in
A residual image may appear on the screen if the same
some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to
image is displayed for a lengthy period of time.
play your headsets at high volume while walking,
The residual image will disappear after a short time.
especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise
If you are going to leave the player for a long time, turn extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially
off the power. hazardous situations.
The screen becomes warm during operation.
Do not install the monitor display where viewable by the
This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. driver.
On headphones
Preventing hearing damage
Avoid using headphones at high volumes. Hearing
experts advise against continuous, loud, and extended
play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce
the volume or discontinue use.

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On transportation Caution:

Introd uct ion


To transport this player, use the original carton box Do not handle damaged or leaking Lithium-Ion batteries.
and packing materials. Never expose the battery pack to temperatures above
Before you move this player, make sure to remove 140°F (60°C) such as in a car parked in the sun or under
any discs from it. direct sunlight.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment
On cleaning (Applicable in the European Union and other European
countries with separate collection systems)
Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth This symbol on the product or on its packaging
slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. indicates that this product shall not be treated as
Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder, household waste. It shall be handed over to the
or solvent such as alcohol or benzene. applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is
On cleaning discs, disc/lens cleaners disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential
Do not use a commercially available cleaning disc or negative consequences for the environment and
disc/lens cleaner (wet or spray type). These may cause human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handing of this product. The
the apparatus to malfunction. recycling of materials will help to conserve natural
resources. For more detailed information about the
recycling of this product, please contact your local
city or town office, your household waste disposal
IMPORTANT NOTICE service or the shop where you purchased the product.
Caution: This player is capable of holding a still video
image or on-screen display image on your television For Customers in Netherlands
screen indefinitely. If you leave the still video image
or on-screen display image displayed on your TV for
an extended period of time you risk permanent
damage to your television screen. Plasma Display
Panel televisions and projection televisions are
especially susceptible to damage from such use.

If you have any questions or problems concerning


your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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About This Manual


The subject of this user manual is explanation of the Code Description
functions usable through the buttons of the remote Functions available for DVD VIDEO, DVD+RW/DVD+R
control. Remote control buttons the same as on the (+VR Mode), DVD-RW/DVD-R (Video Mode)
DVD player itself are used in the same manner. Functions available for DVD-R/DVD-RW(VR Mode)
Functions available for music CD or CD-R/ CD-RW in
This user manual employs the code marked on the music CD format
right.
Functions available for VIDEO CD (including Super VCD
or CD-R/CD-RW in video CD format or Super VCD format)
During operation, “ ” may appear on the LCD screen.
This symbol indicates that a function explained in the
user manual is not available on the current disc. Functions available for a data disc (Including DivX video
files)
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer Ⅲ) is a standard format defined by ISO (International
Organization for Standardization)/IEC (International Electrotechnical
Commission) MPEG which compresses audio data.
About Playable Discs
Disc related terms
Disc format
DVD VIDEO
A disc of animated or audio recordings with the same diameter (12 cm)
as a CD/CD-ROM. Depending on the disc, turn on multiple audio
languages and/or subtitles. There are many ways of enjoying this
product. Video recording may not be performed on this disc.
DVD-RW/-R
This DVD-RW/-R disc can record a DVD VIDEO disc of the same
size. In addition, DVD-RW can be rewritten.
On the DVD-RW/-R, there are two recording modes, video
mode and VR mode.
Music CD/ Video mode is compatible with DVD VIDEO format.
VIDEO CD Various editing or recording impossible with video mode are
possible in VR (Video Recording) mode.
DVD+RW/+R
This DVD+RW/+R disc can record a DVD VIDEO disc of the same
size. In addition, DVD+RW can be rewritten.
“DVD+RW” “DVD-RW” “DVD+R” “DVD-R” “DVD VIDEO” DVD+RW employs a recording method which can take on
“CD” “CD-RW” “CD-R” are trademarks. compatibility with DVD VIDEO format.
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About Playable Discs (continued)

To play DVD-RW/-R or DVD+R discs recorded by a

Introd uct ion


MP3 is an audio compression format with near CD quality. recorder or similar machine, they must be finalized.
Discs not finalized cannot be played.

Joint Pictures Expert Group. JPEG is a type of Hint:


still picture data compression format. This machine will play 8 cm DVD discs.
This appliance is manufactured in compliance with
Dolby Laboratories Licensing. Dolby, Pro Logic, About region codes
and the double D symbol are registered trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories. This is a system designed with the aim of protecting
an author's copyright. DVD Video Parts The region
Notes: code corresponding to the country of sale is displayed
in the box. If the region code from the registered
Depending on the state of recording on the disc, it may trademark includes “All” or “2”, then it is playable on
not play on this appliance. this machine.
MP3 and JPEG files recorded on the second layer of a
DVD+R DL/-R DL (double layered) cannot be played.
DVD-R DL discs recorded in VR mode cannot be played. Note on DualDiscs
CD-R/RW (DVD±R/±RW) written in packet format A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which
cannot be played. mates DVD recorded material on one side with
CD-R/RW written in multiple sessions may not be played. digital audio material on the other side.
However, since the audio material side does not
CD-R/RW file names written in the UDF file system conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard,
may not be displayed properly. playback on this product is not guaranteed.

How to operate the “playback” function About copyright

Cautions for playing DVD and other operations. This product incorporates copyright protection technology
Certain playback operations of DVD may be that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual
intentionally set by the software producers. Since property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology
this player plays DVD according to the disc contents must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for
the software producers designed, some playback home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
features may not be available. Please make sure authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or
also to read the instructions of any discs played. disassembly is prohibited.

Notes on handling discs

How to handle discs Cleaning discs


Do not touch the playing surface when holding discs. Fingerprints or dust on a disc may cause the image
Do not stick paper or tape on discs. or sound quality to deteriorate. Use only clean discs.
Do not use any discs covered with scotch tape or For regular cleaning, wipe the disc with a soft cloth
CD rental labels, or glue-marks where these have from the center out to its edge.
been removed. If put in the DVD player, such discs
may become stuck or cause a malfunction.

If the disc is very dirty, lightly wet a cloth and wipe it,
then take off moisture with a dry cloth.
Do not use benzene, commercial record cleaning
Storing discs fluid, or anti-static spray, as these may harm the
disc’s protective coating.
Do not leave discs in places exposed to direct
sunlight, high temperature, or high humidity. This player only takes conventional round music
Please keep discs in their cases. Stacking uncased CD discs. Using non-round discs (i.e. novelty star
discs may cause them to bend or warp. or heart-shaped discs) may cause the player to
malfunction.
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Basic Usage Precautions

Positioning the Player About the LCD Display


Do not set the player in the following types of places. Although the LCD screen is manufactured with
high-precision technology, black dots may
Wobbly tables or other unstable surfaces
sometimes appear, and red, blue, or green spots
On top of rugs or futons may remain on the screen. This is not a malfunction.

Damp or poorly ventilated places Do not wipe the LCD screen with anything wet.
Moisture getting into the screen may cause a malfunction.
Dusty places
Do not drop or place objects on the LCD screen.
Places in direct sunlight, or with high temperature Additionally, never rest your weight on the screen
with elbows or any other body part.
Extremely cold places
Carrying the player from cold to warm places, such as
Close to tuners, televisions, or video players/decks from the outdoors into a warm room, may cause
(Using this player near audio/video tuners, condensation to form on the LCD screen. If condensation
televisions, or video players/decks may cause develops, wipe up all drops before using. Tissue paper or
sound distortions or disruptions to image quality. equivalent is recommended for wiping away drops of
Since such distortions or disruptions are more condensation. When the LCD screen has been in a cold
common with an indoor antenna, use of an outdoor place, even after wiping away drops of moisture,
antenna is recommended.) condensation may still occur. Therefore, please wait
before until the LCD screen warms up to room
temperature before using it.

Install this system so that the power cord can be unplugged from the wall socket
immediately in the event of trouble.

Do not place the device anywhere it may get wet.


Do not rest flower vases or any type of water container on it.

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Basic Usage Precautions (continued)

Rear Panel of the Player Using the AC adaptor

Introd uct ion


Be careful that no sand, dust or other objects get into the Please use the AC adaptor that is included with the player.
battery connection terminal (diagram A) and the battery Using an adaptor not intended for the player may cause a
guide slot (diagram B).
malfunction.
B
Do not connect any type of overseas traveling
electrical transformer, as this may cause overheating
or malfunction.
When adjusting the sound volume
A
About the Battery Pack Compared with a record, there is extremely little
background noise or static on a disc. Adjusting the
Do not short terminals and (diagram A) with
metal objects (necklaces etc.). sound by listening to a recording or portion thereof
Be careful that no sand, dust or other objects get without any vocal component may result in unintentionally
into the battery connection terminals and setting the volume loud, and may cause damage to the
(diagram A) and the battery projecting guides speakers. Before playing any music, make sure to always
(diagram B). set the volume low.
Do not leave the player in an overheated vehicle,
under the blazing sun, or in any place 60° Celsius
or higher.
Do not let the appliance get wet.
B

A
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Basic Usage Precautions (continued)

Cleaning the Player Cleaning the Lens


If the cabinet or panel screen becomes dirty, please use When the image becomes distorted or CD begin to skip,
a soft cloth with mild detergent to wipe dirt away. Do not filth or dust may have settled on the lens. When this
use thinner or benzene, as they may damage the display. happens, please clean the lens with a commercial camera
Wipe the LCD screen lightly with a soft dry cloth. When lens “blower” brush. Take care not to make direct contact
you notice that the device has become dirty, make an with the lens when cleaning.
effort to wipe all grime away. Do not use a lens cleaning disc or disc cleaner (moistener
or spray type) with this device, as this may cause a
Warning:
malfunction.
Do not wipe the LCD screen with anything wet. Moisture
getting into the screen may cause a malfunction.
Do not use alcohol, thinners, or other volatile substances,
as they may damage the display’s finish. When using a
pretreated dustcloth, please follow these written warnings.

Caution about residual Images (Burn Outs on the Screen)


Do not leave the LCD, television, or any screen set to the
player inactive for a long time while on the DVD menu,
Title Menu, Set Up or similar screen. This may cause a
residual image (burn out of the screen). Projection
televisions are especially susceptible to residual images.

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Identification of Controls

Player (Main Body) 1. LCD Screen (page 19)

Introd uct ion


2. LCD MODE Button (pages 24-25)
3. DISPLAY Button (page 28)
4. RETURN Button (page 28)
5. / / / Button, ENTER Button (page 29)
1
  Use this to choose options from the DVD menu screen.
2   When playing a DVD disc, the / button works as a
3 SCAN/SLOW button. The ENTER button works as a PLAY
4
5 button.
6 Note
Note:
7 Depending on the DVD disc menu, the / button
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LC D MO DE DI SP LAY RE TU RN ME NU
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may not perform normal functions.


8 In such instances, please use the / button on the
remote controller.
9
6. Remote control sensor (page 18)
10 7. MENU button (page 29)
11
8. Speaker
12
9. / [ PREV/NEXT ] Button (page 29)
13 10.   [STOP] Button (page 26)
11.   [PAUSE] Button (page 26)
14 12.   [PLAY] Button (page 23)
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15 13. Disc lid (page 23)
14. Charge Indicator (page 22)
Recharging : Orange Light
15. Power Indicator (page 23)
Power On : Green Light On
Power Off : Green Light Off

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Identification of Controls (continued)

DC IN 9. 5V
PH ON ES PH ON ES AU DI O VI DE O LI NE SE LE CT IN OU T

OPEN
OPE N RELEASE CH A RGE POWER
POWE R

HOLD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1.
1 . Open Knob [OPEN] 4. Sound Volume Knob (page 23) [VOLUME]
2.
2 . Remote Control Sensor (page 18) 5. Headphone Jack 1, 2 [PHONES]
3. Power/Hold Switch (page 23) 6. Audio Input/Output Jack [AUDIO] (page 47)
7. Video Input/Output Jack [VIDEO] (page 47)
Preventing Mistaken Main Button Commands
8. Input/Output Line Select Knob
By sliding the HOLD switch to the left, the hold function is
enabled. It locks the buttons on the DVD player so that   [LINE SELECT IN/OUT] (page 47)
they will not work if accidentally touched. 9. AC Adaptor Input Jack [DC IN 9.5 V] (page 20)
Even if Hold is set, the remote control can be used to
operate the player.

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Identification of Controls (continued)

Remote control 1. AUDIO Button (page 30)

Introd uct ion


2. ANGLE Button (page 30)
3. REPEAT Button (page 31)
4. PROGRAM Button (page 35)
5. RANDOM Button (page 36)
6. A-B Button (page 31)
7. / [ PREV/NEXT ] Button (page 29)
8. / [ SCAN/SLOW ] Button (pages 26-27)
9. CLEAR Button (page 45)
10. [ PLAY ] Button (page 23)
11. TOP MENU Button (page 29)
12. DISPLAY Button (page 28)
13. POWER Button
14. Number Buttons

RMT-D182A
15. SET UP Button (pages 43-46)
16..
16 [ STOP ] Button (page 26)
17. MENU Button (page 29)
18. [ PAUSE ] Button (page 26)
19. / / / Button, ENTER Button (page 29)
Use this when selecting items on the DVD and
other menu screens.
20. [ RETURN ] Button (page 28)

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1-7
Using the Remote Control

Putting Batteries in the Remote Control


Pu t and facing in the same direction, insert the two
R6 batteries (AA, included).

Insert the terminals first

Notes:
Using batteries incorrectly may result in leakage or bursting.
MAKE CERTAIN TO FOLLOW THE NEXT STEP.
1. Correctly insert and in the proper direction.
2. Do not use a mix of old and used batteries or batteries
of different types.
3. Do not attempt to recharge normal batteries.
4. When the remote control has not been used for some
time, please change its batteries.
5. If there is any leakage of battery fluid, carefully wipe
up any liquid from the battery compartment before
putting in fresh batteries.
When using the remote control, be careful that no direct
sunlight or strong light from an illumination source hits
the remote sensor. The remote control may not be able
to function in some conditions.

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About the LCD Panel

Rotation Mechanism of the LCD Panel Notes:

Introd uct ion


The LCD panel of this device can rotate a maximum of 180 If the LCD panel does not come fully open, please do not
degrees clockwise and still be used. After rotation of the LCD rotate it. The LCD panel may become damaged.
panel, it can be folded down on the main body of the player
DO NOT rotate the LCD panel over 180 degrees. In
and still function.
addition, DO NOT rotate in the opposite direction. Doing
Rotation of the LCD Panel so will break the LCD panel.

1. Place the device on a table or other flat stable surface.

2. Push the LCD panel up with your thumbs until it is open to


the vertical position. (Refer to Picture 1.)

3. Slowly rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees in the direction


indicated by the arrow (clockwise). (Refer to Picture 2.)
Rotation and folding down of the LCD panel

After rotating the LCD panel 180 degrees clockwise


push the LCD panel down onto the main body of the player .
In this position the panel is facing up. ( Refer to Picture 3 . )

Returning the LCD panel to its original position


1. Open the LCD panel to the vertical position.

Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 2. Slowly rotate the LCD panel counter-clockwise until it
clicks..

Note:
Please return the LCD panel to its original position after
use. The LCD screen can be damaged by sudden shocks
or similar treatment.

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1-8
Connecting the AC Adaptor

Please follow steps 1-3 below to connect the AC adaptor.


To disconnect, follow the steps in reverse order.

AC Adaptor (included)
To DC IN 9.5 V

AC power cord
(included) To AC outlet

Note:
Please turn off the player when unplugging the AC power cord. Unplugging the AC power cord while the player is in
use may cause a malfunction.

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Using with Batteries

When an outlet is not available, the player can be enjoyed Notes:

Introd uct ion


with the battery pack installed (included).
Please turn the player off before installing the battery
Please charge the battery pack before using it. pack.
Never touch the connecting points of the main body and
the battery pack. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
Installing the Battery Pack
1. Match the hooks of the battery pack into the holes on the Removing the Battery Pack
bottom of the player.
1. Slide the release knob.
2. Slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until
2. Slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it
it clicks into place.
clicks loose.

Release Knob

Hooks

Notes:
Never remove the battery pack while the player is in use.
Be careful not to drop the battery pack.

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Using with Batteries (continued)

Charging the Battery Pack Charging Time and Playing Time


1. Attach the battery pack. Recharging (Power Off) Playing Time (DVD- VIDEO )
2. Connect the AC adaptor, and then plug it into an AC outlet. With player LCD On
Approx. Approx.
Player (Main Body) Battery Pack
5 hours and 30 minutes 6 hours*

* For the following conditions, the longest incidence of


continuous playback is at normal temperature (20°C).
AC Adaptor Input Jack Battery condition may reduce operating time.
[DC IIN
N 9.5V] Charge Indicator
-Headphone Use
3.  When charging begins, the indicator light turns on. -Set Backlight Adjustment to the Minimum

4. When charging ends, the indicator light turns off. Notes:


5. After charging is finished, remove the AC adaptor and The battery mark is not displayed on the LCD screen
disconnect the electrical cord from the outlet. when the AC adaptor or input line is being used.

Checking the Battery Reserve Level Charging times may differ from that indicated above due
to conditions of use, environment, and other factors.
When the player is stopped, the battery mark is displayed
on the LCD screen. When [ ] is displayed or the It is recommended to charge up to the maximum when the
charge indicator flashes, please recharge the battery. surrounding temperature is in the 10-30°C range.

The battery has a limited span of use. With constant use


and the passage of time, the battery's capacity will
Full Low Recharge
gradually diminish. If the playing time of the battery
The battery mark is not displayed when a DVD or JPEG shortens considerably, please understand that it has
passed its span of usage and purchase a new one.
files are being played. Stop the player and check the
battery reserve level.

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Playing Discs

Playing Discs When the Menu Screen is Displayed

Please slide the LINE SELECT IN/OUT switch to OUT, or the Depending on the disc, the menu screen may be displayed.
player may not work.
With / / / choose an option and press [ENTER], or
- Connect the AC adaptor or install the battery pack. push the number to choose an option.
Basic O peration s

1. Open the LCD panel. For further details, please refer to the jacket of the disc to
2. Slide the POWER switch of the main body to the right (ON position) be played.
to turn power on. The power indicator light will turn green.
Notes:
3. Slide the OPEN knob to the left and open the disc lid.
4. Insert the disc to be played with the label-side up. Th e size of the imag e displayed on the LCD screen can be
adjusted by pressing the [LCD MODE] button.
5. Push the [PUSH CLOSE] tab to shut the disc lid. 
・If the disc is inserted with label-side down, a “No Disc” or Since this player has been equipped with Viewer
“Check Disc” message will be displayed. Restrictions (i.e. Parental Control), a password must be
entered to play a viewer restricted disc.
6. Press [PLAY] to begin playing the disc.
For further details, please refer to the parental control
  ・The player may start playing automatically by itself.  on pages 45-46.
・After all titles have been played, the player will stop itself and
the display will return to the menu screen. DVD discs are equipped with region codes.
7. Adjust sound volume. This player can paly discs with “2” or “ALL” region code.
  ・Adjust to the preferred sound level using the [VOLUME] knob
on the right side of the player.

Minimum Volume Maximum Volume

Remove disc after use, slide the [POWER] switch to the


right, and turn off the power.

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Playing Discs (continued)

Changing Picture Size Notes:


Use the [LCD MODE] button to change the picture size. When playing a DVD disc, selectable picture size differs
After pressing the [LCD MODE] button, choose “LCD according to the disc being played.
Aspect” and press [ENTER]. Picture size can be selected When playing a DVD disc recorded in widescreen
from different options for each of the discs below. “16:9” mode , “Normal” cannot be selected.
DVD Disc
Restarting When the Screen is Set to [ Off ]
Normal, Full, Off
When the screen is set to [Off], press [ENTER] or the
Audio CD / MP3 / VCD / DivX / JPEG Disc (Menu) [LCD MODE] button to turn it on.

Off Notes:
JPEG Disc (Slide show) The LCD screen turns off automatically when the LCD
panel is closed.
Normal, Full, Off
When in “Line In” mode, by pressing the [LCD MODE]
Menu LCD Aspect button “Normal” or “Full” can be selected.
LCD Aspect Normal
Backlight Full
Contrast Off
Hue
Color
Default

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Playing Discs (continued)

Adjusting the LCD Screen 1. Adjusting Backlight


Press the [LCD MODE] button to display the menu. Select “ Backlight ” and press / to adjust the brightness.

22. Adjusting Contrast


Menu
Select “ Contrast ” and press / to adjust the difference
LCD Aspect
Backlight
between light and dark areas.
Basic O peration s
Contrast 3
3. Adjusting the Hue
Hue
Select “ Hue ” and press / to adjust the red and green
Color
color balance.
Default
Backlight 4
4. Adjusting the Color
Select “ Color ” and press / to adjust the richness of colors.

5. Default
By pressing “ Default ” , all settings return to the preset factory
values.

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Playing Discs (continued)

Stopping Playback Pause


When a disc is playing, press [STOP]. 1. Press [PAUSE] while a disc is playing.
To exit from pause mode, press [PLAY] or [PAUSE].
Notes:

Do not touch discs that are still spinning when you open Search
the lid.
1. When a disc is playing, press [SCAN/SLOW], or to
Take out discs after they have stopped spinning.
enter Search mode.
Resuming Playback 2. Repeatedly pressing [SCAN/SLOW] or will change
If “Resume” is displayed on the LCD screen after a disc the speed of the Forward or Reverse function.
stops playback, then the player has recorded the point
where playback was stopped. Pressing [PLAY] again will Slow >>>>  Fast
cause the disc to resume playback from that point. As long Scan Forward
as the disc lid is not opened, even if the power is turned off, Scan Reverse
the player will resume playback from the point it was
stopped. 3. Pressing the or button on the player main body will
have the same result as [SCAN/SLOW] or button
Notes:
on the remote control.
If the power is turned off in resume mode and turned on 4. To exit from Search Mode, press the button shown below.
again, the player will automatically resume playing from     Remote Control : [PLAY]
the point where it was stopped.
    Player Main Body : [PLAY] or [ENTER]
To turn off the resume function:
Press the [STOP] button again when the player is stopped. Notes:
When the power is turned on, open the disc lid.
There is no sound being played when in Search Mode.
For VR mode disc, the player cannot automatically Search speed differs with different disc being played.
resume playing from the point where it was stopped even
if the power is turned off and turned on again.

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Playing Discs (continued)

Slow Play If no playlist is recorded on a disc, the disc will start by


displaying the original menu.
1. Press [PAUSE] [ ] while a disc is playing.
The playback will pause. Press [TOP MENU] once when the disc is stopped to
display the current mode. To switch between the playlist
and original list press [TOP MENU] repeatedly when the
2. The desired speed can be selected by pressing disc is stopped.
Basic O peration s

[SCAN/SLOW] or .
During playback, press [DISPLAY] button to know the
Fast >>>> Slow current mode. On the Display screen under “Title” either
Playlist ( PL ) or Original(ORG) will be shown.
Slow Forward
Slow Reverse Notes:
Switching between Playlist and Original Menu is impossible
3. To exit from Slow Play Mode, press [PLAY]. when the player is in Resume Mode (page 26). Pressing
[STOP] button twice and then [TOP MENU] repeatedly will
Screen Saver make it possible to switch between Playlist and Original Menu.

When a disc recorded without a playlist is stopped, pressing


The screen saver is displayed after the player is in Stop [TOP MENU] will cause the prohibit mark to be displayed.
Mode for 15 minutes.
Once the screen saver has been displayed for 15 minutes, DVD-RW/DVD-R recorded on other DVD recorders (in
the power be automatically turned off.
VR Mode) must be finalized to play.
Playing Discs Recorded in VR Mode Non-finalized DVD-RW /DVD-R (in VR mode) cannot be
played.
-Playing discs (DVD-RW/DVD-R) recorded in VR Mode For more about finalized discs, please refer to the manual
of the recorder used for recording.
If a playlist is recorded on a disc set by this player, the
disc will start by displaying the playlist. In case of DVD-RW/DVD-R(VR Mode), depending on the
contents of the discs, there may be a time lag between
setting the disc in the player and start of playback.

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DISPLAY Screen

The current play settings can be displayed on the LCD Items Displayed on the DISPLAY Screen
screen.The remote control may be used to change some
items. 1. Title
2. Chapter
How To Use the DISPLAY Screen:
3. Audio
1.  When play a DVD disc, press [DISPLAY] button on main 4. Subtitle
body or press [DISPLAY] on the remote control. 5. Angle
6. T. Time(Title Time)
2. Press [ / ] to select an option.
7. C. Time(Chapter Time)
Selected items will become highlighted.
8. Repeat
3. The sub-menu can be accessed by pressing [ENTER] 9. Time Display
after one item is selected. Press [ / ] and [ENTER] to Notes:
implement your chosen settings. Also, when applicable
(i.e. entering title numbers), please use the number When a VR mode disc is played, playlist (PL) or original
buttons. (ORG) is displayed next to the title number.
In Play, Pause, Search, or Slow mode, the corresponding icon
Example: DISPLAY while a DVD video is playing.
for each is displayed in the upper left corner of the screen.
Depending on the disc, the functions described in the following
pages may not be available.
Items in the DISPLAY can be changed during Play mode.
However, the items that can be modified depend on the disc.
To exit from the DISPLAY screen, press [DISPLAY] or
[RETURN].

Menu
Please use the remote control number buttons to change
Title 01/07 the Title, Chapter, T. Time, C. Time, and Angle options.
Chapter 17/33
Audio 01 2CH AC 3 English The default setting for Time Display is “Title Elapsed”.
Subtitle 01 English
After selecting the other option of Time Display and
Title Elapsed 1
1:16:46
:16:46
exiting from the DISPLAY screen, the “Title Elapsed” still
appears when the DISPLAY screen is re-entered.

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General Features

Top Menu 1. Press [DISPLAY] while a disc is playing.

A DVD may contain several recorded images or songs. 2. Press [ / ] to select an item, press [ENTER] to confirm.
In this manual, these images or songs are referred to as
3. Enter the title number by pressing the number buttons.
“titles”. When playing a DVD with several titles, please
select the preferred title or titles from the Top Menu.
Moving to Another Chapter
To use the Top Menu, press [TOP MENU] button, and enter
the appropriate number with the number buttons of the When a title has multiple chapters, you can move to
remote control, or else use / / / button to select the another chapter.
desired title, then press [ENTER].
1. Press [DISPLAY] while a disc is playing.
Advanced op eratio ns

Menu 2. Press [ / ] to select chapter item and press [ENTER]


to confirm.
DVD disc contents can be selected using this menu. When 3. Enter the title number by pressing the number buttons.
playing this type of DVD, please select the desired item,
subtitle language, or audio track language from the menu. Press [PREV ] or [NEXT ] button while a disc is
To use the menu, press the [MENU] button, and enter the playing to return to the start of the current chapter or
appropriate number with the number buttons of the remote move on to the next one.
control, or else use / / / button to select the desired To return to the previous chapter, press [PREV ] twice.
item, then press [ENTER].
Notes:
Moving to Another Title While playing a DVD, press the remote control number
buttons to display the “Direct Search Window”.
When a disc contains multiple titles, you can move to another
title. Enter the desired chapter number with the number
buttons, then press [ENTER] to confirm.
Otherwise, with the “Direct Search Window” open, press
the [ ] button to change to title select mode.
However, the “Direct Search Window” will not work with
VR Mode discs.
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General Features (continued)

Time Search Subtitle Language


The display screen can be used to start play at a desired The subtitle language can be changed on the [DISPLAY] screen.
time. (For details, please see page 44). This function is only available
1. Press [DISPLAY] while a disc is playing. on discs recorded with multiple subtitle languages.
2. Press [ / ] to select the title time option or the chapter 1. Press [DISPLAY] while a disc is playing.
time option; press [ ENTER ] to confirm. 「0:00:00」 will
appear on the screen. 2 . Press [ / ] to select subtitle option, then press
[ ENTER ] to confirm.
3. Use the number buttons to enter the necessary start time
from left to right, starting with hours, minutes, then seconds. 3. Repeatedly press [ / ] until the desired subtitle has been
chosen. And then press [ENTER].
4. The device will begin playing at the selected time.

Warning: Camera Angle


Chapter times are not displayed when a VR Mode disc is played. When playing a DVD disc recorded with multiple camera angles,
Chapter time will be displayed as “- -:- -:- -”. these camera angles can be switched as the disc plays.
Notes: 1. Press [ ANGLE ] while a disc is playing.
Please use the remote control to perform a Time Search. 2. Press [ANGLE] repeatedly until the desired camera
Depending on the disc, the Time Search function may not angle has been selected. Or press [DISPLAY] to select
be available.
a ngle
Audio Notes:
For discs recorded with multiple language audio tracks, the Camera angle cannot be changed while in Slow or Search
language played can be changed by pressing [AUDIO] on the mode.
remote control. Otherwise, audio language can be selected from
the [DISPLAY] screen. The angle icon appears on the LCD screen when the
angle mark option is selected from the SETUP menu.
Note:
Camera angle can be changed using the remote control.
Multiple language choices may not be available on some
discs during playback. In such cases, please read the disc’s
instruction manual.
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General Features (continued)

Repeat Notes:
When the [REPEAT] button on the remote control is The A-B repeat mode can only be used inside a single title.
pressed, the currently selected repeat mode is displayed The A-B repeat mode can be set in the following play mo des :
on the LCD screen. Play, Pause, Slow F/R, FF1, FR1
DVD Video
Time Display
Chapter: The current chapter will be repeated.
To change the Time Display while a disc is playing:
Title: The current title will be repeated.
1. Press [DISPLAY] while a disc is playing.
All: The entire disc will be repeated.
2. Press [ / ] button to select “Time Disp” and press
Advanced op eratio ns

Off: Repeat is turned off.


[ENTER] to confirm.
Note: 3. Use [ / ] button to select from the Time Display
Depending on the disc, the “repeat” function may not be option s below, then press [ENTER] to confirm.
available.     Title Elapsed, Title Remain, Chapter Elapsed , Chapter
    Remain.
A-B Repeat
A chosen section can also be repeated. Notes:

1. During playback, press [A-B] to select the start point. Chapter Elapsed and Chapter Remain are not displayed
    “ A ” will appear on the screen. when a VR Mode disc is played.
The default setting for Time Display is “Title Elapsed”.
2. Press [A-B] once more to select the end point. After selecting the desired time display option and exiting
When “ AB ” appears on the screen, the A-B repeat the DISPLAY screen, the “Title Elapsed” will appear again
mode has begun. when the DISPLAY screen is re-entered.

3. To exit the A-B repeat mode, press [A-B] once more.

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Playing Audio CD and MP3 Discs

This device can also play MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer Ⅲ) or


JPEG files recorded on data CD (CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW)
and DVD (DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD-R).However, 1. Press [ / ] to select a folder, and press [ENTER] to
this device can only play data discs recorded with a IS09660 display the folder’s contents.
Joliet base. For more detailed information on the recording 2. Press [ / ] to select a file, then press [PLAY] or
process, please refer to the manual of the disc drive or [ENTER] to confirm. The MP3 will now begin to play.
software with which the disc was copied.

Audio CD
When an audio CD is put in the player, the Track Number
and Elapsed Time will appear on the LCD screen. Press the
[PREV ] or [NEXT ] button while a disc is playing
to return to the start of the current track or move on to the
beginning of the next one. To return to the previous track,
The current folder’s name will appear here.
press [PREV ] twice.
The folder’s pass display will appear as “ \..\ ”.

Track Notes:

To return to the previous folder, use [ / ] to highlight


and then press [EN TE R] .

Press [PREV ] / [NEXT ] button to move to the


previous or next page of the file list .
Note:
If you press [ DISPLAY ] during CD playback, the following
will appear on the LCD screen in order: Track Elapsed,
Track Remain, Disc Elapsed, Disc Remain, O ff.

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Playing Audio CD and MP3 Discs (continued)

Audio CD and MP3 Disc Features A-B Repeat


Pause 1.  When a disc is playing, press [A-B] button to mark the
starting point of the segment you wish to have repeated.
When a disc is playing, press [PAUSE]. The repeat icon “ A” will appear on the LCD screen.
To play a paused disc, press [PLAY] or [PAUSE].
2.  Press [A-B] once more to select the end point. When
Stop the repeat icon “ AB” appears on the screen, the
segment will be repeated.
When a CD disc is playing, press [STOP]. “Resume” will
appear on the screen. To resume playing from the point 3.  To exit from the A-B Repeat Mode and return to the
where the disc was stopped, press [PLAY]. normal Play Mode, press [A-B] button again. The
Advanced op eratio ns

If [STOP] is pressed when an MP3 is playing, “ ” change Repeat Icon will disappear from the LCD screen.
to “ ” on the LCD screen.
For MP3s, when [PLAY] or [ENTER] is pressed, the chosen Playable Data CD and Data DVD
file will begin playing.
The following types of MP3 files can be played on this
Moving to Another Track device.
Sampling Frequency: within 11-48 kHz (MP3)
To move to the previous or next track during playback,
press the [PREV/NEXT] ( / ) button. Bit Rate: within 32-320 kbps (MP3)

Search MP3 format files ending in “.mp3” extension

1.  When is a disc is playing, press [SCAN/SLOW] ( / ) Recorded discs conforming to Joliet ISO9660
to enter search mode.
2.  Press [SCAN/SLOW] ( / ) repeatedly to change the
Forward/Reverse speed.

3.  To exit search mode, press [PLAY].

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Playing Audio CD and MP3 Discs (continued)

This device cannot play data CD or data DV D wr itten in Music discs encoded with copyright protection
the packet format. technologies.
Maximum filename length is 14 characters, and must have This product is designed to playback discs that conform
.mp3 file extension. to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently, various
music discs encoded with copyright protection
They should not contain special letters such as / ? * : < > l technologies are marketed by some record companies.
etc.
Please be aware that among those discs, there are some
Depending on the disc, filename characters that cannot that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be
be displayed are shown as *. playable by this product.

The total number of files on a readable disc should be Discs recorded in multiple sessions may not play properly
approximately 648. on this device.
The total number of folders on a readable disc should be
approximately 299.

Notes:
When playing Mp3 recorded in VBR Mode, the correct
bit rate cannot be displayed.
Otherwise, when playing MP3 files recorded in VBR Mode,
the Time Search function will not work properly.
Depending on the copying conditions of the disc, the total
number of readable files and folders may be less than 648.
This player is not compatible with layered 1 and 2 of
MPEG 1.
Please realize that playing files in these formats may
result in noise.

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Programming Playback

Tracks can be arranged and played in any order desired. 6.  Select “Start” by pressing [ / ] . The tracks will play in
the programmed order. The disc will stop after all the
Programming Playback
tracks in the Program List have played one time.
1. Insert the disc.     To erase all program list files, select “All Clear” with the
2. Press [PROGRAM] and the Program List screen will [ / ] buttons.
appear.     To end Programmed Play, use [ / ] to select “E xit”.

3. Enter the number of the track to be programmed by Notes:


pressing the number buttons.
The maximum number of tracks programmable is 20.
4. Press [ENTER] to confirm. When the Program List is displayed, the CD will not
operate.
Advanced op eratio ns

Track

Exit Start Next

Program List

5. Repeat steps 3-4 to program track numbers.

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Repeat playback Random Playback

Repeat VCD DivX Random Playback VCD

Press [REPEAT] button while a disc is in play. Tracks can be played randomly.
Press [REPEAT] button repeatedly to select the desired
repeat mode. 1.  Press [RANDOM] while a disc is playing.
    “Random” will appear on the LCD screen when Random
CD Play has begun.
Track: The current track will be repeated.
All: All tracks on a disc will be repeated. 2.  Press [RANDOM] again to return to normal Play Mode.
Off: Return to normal Play Mode.

MP3 Notes:
Repeat One: Repeat the file currently playing.
Random playback cannot be used with DVD.
Repeat Folder: Repeat all files contained in the currently
playing folder.
Certain discs will not play in Random Mode.
Off: Return to normal Play Mode.

VCD(PBC Off only) During Random Play Mode, press [ ] button twice
Track: Repeat the current track or press [ ] button once to jump to another track
All: Repeat all the tracks on a disc randomly and continue play.
Off: Return to normal playback (No display)
The same track may be repeated several times in
DivX Random Play Mode.
Repeat One: Repeat the current file
Repeat Folder: Repeat all the files in the current folder Random playback is possible with VCD Discs only when
Off: Return to normal playback (No display) PBC is Off.

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JPEG Image File Display

This device can also play MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3) or Displaying Files in Thumbnail Mode
JPEG files recorded on data CD(CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW)
and DVD (DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD-R). However, Press [MENU]. A thumbnail display appears as follows:
this device can only play data discs recorded on the
IS09660 Joliet base. For more details on recording formats,
refer to the disc drive or copying software manual.
1.  Put disc into the player and close the disc lid. When the
information in the disc has been read, the file menu will
appear on the LCD screen.
Advanced op eratio ns

1. Use [ / / / ] to show the Full Screen display and


press [ENTER] or [PLAY] to confirm.
2 . To start a slide show,select “Slide show” using
2.  Press [ / ] to select a folder, and press [ENTER] to confirm. [ / / / ] and press [ENTER]. To cancel the slide
A list of files in the folder will be displayed.To return to the show ,press [STOP] or [MENU].
previous folde list from the current file list screen, use [ / ] 3.  Selecting “Help” on the screen will display the
button to select and press [ENTER] to confirm. “Remote Key Function”.
3.  To display a file, press [ / ] to select, then press 4.  To move to the previous or next page of the thumbnail
[ENTER] or [PLAY].
display, select “ Prev ” / “ Next ” from the screen.
4.  To return to the previous file or move to the next when 5.  To exit Thumbnail Mode, press [MENU].
files are displayed on the screen, press [PREV/NEXT]
( or ) once. Pausing Slide show
5.  Press [STOP] to display the file list when files are
displayed on the screen. 1.  Press [PAUSE] in Slide show Mode. The player will
enter Pause Mode.
2.  To return to Slide show Mode, press [PAUSE] again or
press [PLAY].

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JPEG Image File Display (continued)

Rotating Images For files with “.jpe ” or “.jpeg ” extension, please change
the extention to “.jpg ”.
Press [ ] to reverse the image horizontally (left and right),
This player doesn’t support files in the KODAK ERI JPEG
or press [ ] to reverse image vertically (up and down).
format.
To rotate the image 90 degrees counter clockwise or
clockwise, press [ ] or [ ]. Depending on the copying conditions of the disc, the total
number of readable files and folders may be less than 648.
Notes:
Physical format is discs recorded in accordance with
The size or number of JPEG files recorded on a disc may
Joliet ISO9660.
require time to read.
If images do not appear after a few minutes, some files Depending on the disc, filename characters that cannot
may be too big to read. be displayed are shown as *.
It is recommended that JPEG files to be displayed have
a resolution of 6M pixels or under. (Progressive JPEG
files are recommended to be under 2.4 M pixels.)

The following types of JPEG files can be played on


this device.
The total number of readable files and folders is
approximately 648.
The total number of files on a readable disc is
approximately 299.
JPEG files with filenames ending in an “ .jpg ” extension.

38

Playing a VCD video

Video CD with PBC function VCD This option may not be available on all VCD. If you
want to skip the index menu and playback directly
PBC (Playback Control) function makes it possible
from the beginning, go to SET UP Menu and General
to play Video CDs interactively according to the
setup item to switch PBC Off. (Refer 43 page)
menu on the LCD screen.
1. The Menu appears immediately when a Video Note:
CD with the PBC function starts playing.
The Repeat and Random functions are allowed only when
2. Press the number buttons to select the desired
PBC is Off.
item.
3. Perform interactive operations according to the
instructions provided in the menu.
Advanced op eratio ns

Notes:
Press [ RETURN/TOP MENU/MENU ] to return to
the initial display of the menu.(if PBC is on).

Press [ DISPLAY ] during VCD playback. Track


number/Track total number, Track elapsed time
will display on the screen from left to right.

Press [ AUDIO ] repeatedly during VCD playback to


switch among stereo, left or right in order.

Operation varies for different Video CD.


For further information, refer to the instructions
provided with your Video CD disc.

If no operations are executed within 10 seconds


after the PBC menu is displayed, the unit will start
playing from the beginning of the first track.

39

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Playing a DivX video

DivX® is a video file compression technology developed DivX video file Disc Features
by DivXNetworks, Inc. This device is an official DivX®
Certified product. Display DivX
You can play DivX video files on DATA CD (CD-ROM/ If you press [ DISPLAY ] during DivX video playback, the
CD-R/CD-RW) and DATA DVD (DVD+RW/DVD+R/ following will appear on the LCD screen in this order:
DVD-RW/DVD-R). Title Elapsed, Title Remain, Display Off, Subtitle.

Insert a DivX video file disc, the file menu appears on the Audio DivX
screen. Press [ AUDIO ] repeatedly during playback to change to a
Press [ PREV / NEXT ] to go to the previous or next page different audio stream. The operation works only with discs
of the list. on which multiple audio soundtracks are recorded.
Press [ / ] to select a folder. And press [ ENTER ] to
see the folder contents. Subtitle DivX
If you want to play a particular file, press [ / ] to select a Press [ DISPLAY ] to display subtitle information on the top
file, and press [ ENTER ] to play or enter. Playback starts. right corner of the screen.
Press [ PREV / NEXT ] to go to the previous or next file. Press [ / ] to move the highlight and then press [ ENTER ].
Press [ SCAN / SLOW ] repeatedly to select the required When files without subtitles are played, “Off” displays on
speed for the search mode during playback. the top right corner of the screen after pressing [ DISPLAY ].
Press [ SCAN / SLOW ] repeatedly in pause mode to
select the required slow motion speed .
To return to the previous file list while playing a DivX
video file, press [ STOP ].

Note:
The slow reverse function is prohibited.

40

Playing a DivX video (continued)

To rent (purchase) DivX ® VOD files DivX Video Disc compatibility with this player is limited
DivX VOD files are downloaded from certain commercial as follow:
websites after paying a rental fee . Prior to downloading a
VOD you need to input the registration number of your DVD The player can play data that is recorded in DivX format,
player on the purchase form on the site. and which has the extension “.avi” or “.divx”. The player
Follow the instructions below to find the registration will not play files with the extension “.avi” or “.divx” if they
number of your player: insert a disc and select the option do not contain a DivX video.
DivX from the General Setup menu. Write down the VOD
8-character registration number so that you can fill in the This player only plays DATA CD whose logical format is
form on the website you purchase your DivX VOD files from. ISO 9660 Joliet, and DATA DVD of Universal Disc
Format (UDF).
Advanced op eratio ns

Note: Refer to the instructions supplied with the disc drives and
If you cannot play a DivX VOD file recorded on a disc after the recording software (not included) for details on the
downloading it, it is possible that the recorded file is not recording format.
compatible with your player because of different versions
or incorrect download parameters. The parameters used Note that the playback order may not be applicable,
when copying to disc may be another reason for this. depending on the software used for creating the DivX
Since it is not possible here to supply all the information, video file, or if there are more than 299 folders and 648
parameters and advice relating to the issue of DivX VOD DivX video files in each folder.
files, we recommend that you visit specialist websites such
as www.divx.com/vod. The player may not be able to play some DATA CD/DATA
DVD created in the Packet Write format.

Discs recorded in multiple sessions may not play properly


on this device.

Maximum filename length is 14 characters.

41

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Playing a DivX video (continued)

Depending on the DivX video file, the picture may pause


or be unclear. In which case, it is recommended that you
create the file at a lower bit rate. If the sound is still noisy,
MP3 is the recommended audio format. Note, however,
that this player does not conform to WMA (Windows Media
Audio) format.

Because of the compression technology used for DivX


video files, it may take some time after you press [ PLAY ]
for the picture to appear.

Depending on the DivX video file, the sound may not


match the pictures on the screen.

The player may not be able to play a DivX video file that
has been combined from two or more DivX video files.

Depending on the DivX video file, the sound may skip.

The player cannot play a DivX video file of size more than
720 (width) x 576 (height)/2 GB.

The player cannot play some DivX video files that are
longer than 3 hours.

This unit does not support DTS sound system. If you


select DTS sound, there will be no sound output.

When the selected file is not supported (Codec/Sound


system), “Data Error (DivX)” displays on the LCD screen
and the file will not be played.

42

Set Up Menu

By using the SET UP Menu, image and sound can be General Settings
adjusted in various ways. Additionally, subtitles and
languages can also be set. For further details on individual General
options in the SET UP Menu, please refer to pages 43-46. TV Display 16:9
Angle Mark On
Screen Saver On
Displaying and Exiting from SET UP Menu PBC On
To display the SET UP Screen, press [SET UP] button. DivX
Default
Press [SET UP] button the second time to exit from SET UP
Menu.

Basic Operations
TV Display
1. Press [SET UP]. The SET UP Menu will appear.
Select the screen that corresponds to the TV connected to
2. Use [ ] / [ ] to select the desired options. Press [ ] to the player. Displayable screen size differs with each DVD
proceed to the next menu level. The current option setting video. Therefore, the DVD video play image may not be
and possible settings will be displayed on the screen. compatible with the selected image size.
Initial Settings

Default image size value is 16:9.


3. Use [ ] / [ ] to select the desired secondary option,
press [ ] to move to the third menu level, or press [ ] 4:3 PS (Pan Scan) :
to return to the initial menu level. Select the standard 4:3 TV image size. If the entire screen
is used it automatically becomes a widescreen display,
4. Use [ ] / [ ] to select the desired setting, press and segments that cannot fit onto the screen will be cut off.
[ENTER] to confirm your choice. There may be
additional steps to access certain menu items. 4:3 LB (Letter Box) :
Select the standard 4:3 TV image size. The widescreen
5. To exit from SET UP Menu, press [SET UP], [RETURN], displays a horizontal border on its top and bottom.
or select Exit Setup. 16:9:
Select this when connected to a 16:9 widescreen television.

43

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Set Up Menu (continued)

Angle Mark Audio Settings


Audio
When playing a DVD disc recorded with camera angles,
Dolby Digital
the angle marks (On) or (Off) are set to appear on the
LCD screen when angle changes are possible.
The default setting is On.

Screen Saver
When the set to (On), the screen will enter Screensaver
Mode after it has been stopped for 15 minutes.
The default setting is On. DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
PBC VCD To adjust for loud noises recorded on a DVD, reduce the
volume to a moderate level.
The Playback Control function offers scenes and This only has effect when playing DVD with a DRC function.
information which can be selected interactively via a
menu. Language Settings
PBC resetting between “On” and “Off” works after lid is
Language
opened.
OSD Language ENG
The default setting for the PBC is On.
Disc Menu ENG
Subtitle ENG
DivX DivX
Audio ENG

Sony provides you the DivX registration code that allows


you to rent and purchase videos using the DivX service.
Please refer to page 40-42 for details.
OSD Language
Default
Selects the language displayed on the screen.
Each function returns to its original factory setting.
The default setting is English.
Select “Reset” and press [ENTER]. When Reset function
is engaged, the SET UP menu closes. Disc Menu/Subtitle/Audio
Selects Audio Language, Subtitles, or Disc Menu recorded
on a DVD disc.
All default settings are in English.

44

Set Up Menu (continued)

Parental Settings 1. Follow step one of the procedure for entering a


password explained on the left.

Parental 2. Enter “136900” in the box marked “Old Password”.


Password
Parental
3. Follow the explanation for the new password in Step
Two, and enter a new password.

Parental

Some DVD videos can limit viewing based on set levels


Password (i.e. the age of viewers).

A password can be entered or changed. When the parental control function is enabled, a password
The password default setting is “136900”. is required to play discs under the set level.

1. Select “Password” from Parental, if “Change” is chosen 1. Select “Parental” on the Parental Control page and
Initial Settings

press [ENTER]. press [ENTER].

2. To change your password, enter your current 6-digit 2. To modify the Parental Control level, the selected
password in the “Old Password” box, and your new password must be entered.
password in the “New Password” box. Enter your new     If a password is not set, Parental Controls cannot be set,
password once again in the “Verify Password” box, then therefore first set the password.
press [ENTER] to confirm. Enter the password and press [ENTER]. If the password
is mistaken, press [CLEAR] before pressing [ENTER].
Note:
When the Password option is first accessed, please enter
a new password.
If you forget your security code
If you forget your password, follow the steps below to
erase it.

45

1-21
Set Up Menu (continued)

3. Use the [ ] / [ ] button to select a Parental Control


level from 1 to 8.

Parental Control Levels 1-8:


Parental one (1) has the most restrictions and Parental
eight (8) has the least.
4. Confirm the Parental Control Level by pressing [ENTER].
Press [ SET UP ] to close the menu.

Exit SET UP Menu

To exit from SET UP Menu, select “the exit setup option”.


SET UP can also be ended by pressing [SET UP] or
[RETURN].

46

Connecting the Video/Audio Cord

Line out
Move the knob to the [OUT] position

Audio Input/Output  Video Input/Output


Audio/Video Input Connection
Audio/Video Cable (included)
Television or Monitor Line Connection

Line in
Move the knob to the [IN] position

Audio Input/Output Video Input/Output Audio/Video Output


Audio/Video Cable (included) Video Player or Camcorder

Notes:
Please refer to the manual for the connecting device.
Before connecting this player to any device, always shut off the power of both devices and disconnect the power cords
of both devices from any electrical outlets.
Conn ectio ns

Do not connect this player to a video deck/VCR. Image quality may suffer if the video output from this player passed
through a video deck on to a TV.
Always switch the LINE SELECT IN OUT to “OUT” when playing a disc on this device.

Switching Between [LINE SELECT IN and LINE SELECT OUT]

LINE SELECT IN : Input images or audio from an exterior device. The “Line In” message will be displayed on the LCD screen
until the signal from the exterior device is imported.
LINE SELECT OUT : Export the playback signal from this device to a TV.
47

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Using this Player with a Car Adaptor

Use the accessory cord included (DCC-FX110) to supply power from the cigarette lighter to this player.
The adaptor is made for a 12 V car battery. Please do not use it with a 24 V car battery.

Connect the Car Adaptor included (DCC-FX110) into the cigarette lighter

Notes:

Plug into the cigarette lighter socket Arrange the cord so as not to interfere with the driver.

If using this device with a car adaptor, when finished


using always turn the player off by its own power switch.
Turning off the car engine with the player’s power on stops
the supply of electricity to the device and may damage it.
Do not place the monitor where the driver can watch it.

If image quality deteriorates, please disconnect the car


This unit
adaptor from the main device.
DCC-FX110
(included) When there is a danger of the car adaptor or its use
interfering with vehicle operation, using a commercial
cigarette lighter extension cord is recommended.
After use disconnect the car adaptor from the cigarette
lighter.
Since the electricity supply is coming from the cigarette
To a DC power Input Jack lighter, even with the car engine off there is a danger of
(DC IN 9.5V) electrical discharge with some cars.

48

Using this Player with a Car Adaptor (continued)

Miscellaneous If the car cigarette lighter is dirty with ash or other grime.
This may result in a bad connection and cause the plug
This car adaptor is for use with 12V car batteries.
segment to heat up. Always clean well after use.
Please do not use in cars with 24 V batteries.

Automobiles may be grounded negatively or positively. Do not disassemble or modify this product.
This car adaptor is for use with negatively grounded
vehicles. Do not shake or drop this device.

Please use this product with the car engine running. This player may heat up while charging or after a long
If this product is used with the car engine off, there is a period of use. This is not a malfunction.
danger the car battery may become unusable.
To avoid interference or static when listening to the car
When not in use, please disconnect the car battery cord radio remove the car battery cord from the cigarette
from the cigarette lighter socket. When disconnecting the lighter socket and distance this product from the radio.
cord, please hold the plug end to pull it out. Please do not
Do not store the player in a rocking or moving place.
pull on the cord.
Please do not place the product in direct sunlight, on the
Do not use the car adaptor if it has been dropped or
otherwise damaged. dashboard, or close to the heater. Please keep away from
places with high temperature.
Never touch the car adaptor’s metal parts with metal
Conn ectio ns

objects. Doing this may cause a short circuit that may


damage the car adaptor.

49

1-23
In Case of Malfunction

Symptoms Causes Solutions


The power will not The power cord is loose. Insert the electric cord firmly into the outlet.
come on. The battery has been drained. Recharge the battery.
No image appears on The video cable is not connected firmly. Connect the video cable firmly to the jack.
the LCD screen or a The display mode is set to [OFF]. Set the screen to a mode besides [OFF].
connected TV.
The Brightness is set at minimum. Adjust Brightness from [ LCD MODE ] .
The input switch selected for a Change the input switch of the connected television
connected television is not correct. so that images from the player appear on its screen.
The line input/output is selected as IN. Put line input/output to the OUT side.
There is no sound. The input switch selected for a Change the input switch of the connected audio
connected audio device is not correct. device so that audio can be heard from the player.
The audio cable is not connected firmly. Connect the audio cable firmly to the jack.
The device will not A disc in the machine will not play. Please put in a playable disc. Check the
start playing. disc type, colour system, and region code.
Parental Controls have been set. Reset or modify Parental Controls.

When buttons are pre- The player is set on Hold. Slide the [HOLD] switch to the right to
ssed nothing happens. remove the hold.
The remote control is The remote control did not come with Point the remote control at the sensor and
not working normally. the device. stand an appropriate distance from the player.
Direct sunlight or strong illumination is Take care that direct sunlight or strong illumina-
striking the remote sensor. tion does not striking the remote sensor.
Batteries are depleted. Replace all remote control batteries with new ones.
The remote control signal does not Remove all obstacles between the remote
reach the player. control and the sensor.

50

1-24 E
DVP-FX810
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-1. MAIN BOARD

5 screw
7 open preve sheet 6 six screws
8 four screws
1 two foot rubbers
(M2.5 x 11)

3 two foot rubbers


2 two screws
4 two screws

9 bottom assy

qd two screws qs screw


(TS2 x 4.5) (TS2 x 4.5)

0 connector
qf MAIN board

qa connector

2-1
2-2. TRAVERSE

1 traverse

2 hinge cosmetic

2-2
2-3. UPPER BLOCK

5 disc lid assy

6 spring

7 spring

8 upper block

4 disc open supp. 2 damping support

3 two screws 1 two screws


(TS2 x 4.5) (TS2 x 4.5)

2-3
2-4. LCD PANEL ASSY/INVERTER BOARD

9 four screws
(M2.5 x 7.5)

0 two screws qa panel EMI


(TS1.7 x 5)
8 housing assy

qd six screws
(TS1.7 x 5)

qs hinge assy

qj DRIVER board
qf panel brace
wa connector

qh connector
ws screw
qg six screws
qk connector

ql connector
wd INVERTER board

w; panel assy
wf hinge brace
3 two screw pads
7 two screws
(TS1.7 x 4)

1 two screw pads


6 two screws
(TS1.7 x 4)
4 two screws
(TS1.7 x 4)

2 two screw pads


5 two screws
(TS1.7 x 4)

2-4 E
DVP-FX810
SECTION 3
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1. OVEALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

I2C Bus KEYPAD


EEPROM
AT24CXX
RF Amp REMOTE
Signal CONTROL

Command Bus Audio-R Audio


Servo Audio DAC OPA
Servo Serial Data Out TV Set
Driver
Signal
MT1389 PCM1742KE Audio-L NJM4558
OPU Signal Motor
SPINDLE MOTOR Driver
Y,C Out R-CH L-CH
SLEDGE MOTOR
Servo & DSP & MPEG IC CVBS Out VR
Traverse RS232

POWER SW
Head
MCU Memory Memory Phone
IR Data Addess LM4863
Z8F0822
Bus Bus Audio
AMP
MANAGEMENT

4MX16 16Mbit
SDRAM FLASH
POWER

MEMORY

SPEAKER

Y/C
+5VCC
+3.3V R
G Signal
+1.9V B
Timing
DC-IN Power 8"PANEL Control MST79880 CVBS Out TV Set
TFT+17V VIDEO
Unit TFT-LCD PROCESSING
TFT–12V
TFT+5V
Back Light Vcc Panel Driver PCB
TFT+3.3V
INV_EN
6.5V~9.5V INVERTER INV_PWM

Main Board PCB

3-1 3-2
DVP-FX810 DVP-FX810

MEMO

3-4E
DVP-FX810
SECTION 4
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
4-1. FRAME (1/2)

INVERTER
BOARD

SW-CD/DVD
GND-PD
GND-LD

VR-DVD

VCC-PD
LD-DVD

VR-CD

VC-PD
LD-CD

MD

D/d
A/a

B/b

C/c
NC

NC

NC
RF
F+

T+
T-

F-

F
DRIVER

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24
1

9
BOARD

5 GND

4 GND

3 INV_BRT CN1 HA5


2 INV_EN

1 DC_IN
MECHA
HA4 DECK
MAIN BOARD A2
H

1 SPR2
OPTICAL
2 SPR1
PICK-UP
3 SPL2 1 IR_IN 1 H-
UNIT
4 SPL1 2 IR_P 2 HW- HA3
5 GND 3 Key12 3 HW+

6 TFT SCL 4 Key11 4 HV-

7 TFT SDA 5 Key10 5 HV+

8 GND 6 Key9 6 HU-

9 TFT-Y 7 Key8 7 HU+

10 GND 8 Key7 8 H+

11 TFT-C 9 Key6 9 U

12 GND 10 Key5 10 V MD
13 5V_TFT 11 Key4 11 W UNIT
14 5V_TFT 12 Key3 12 SL+

15 DC_IN 13 Key2 13 SL-

14 Key1

15 P_SW

FRAME (1/2)
4-1 4-2
DVP-FX810

FRAME (2/2)

1 SPR2 15 PANEL_SW

2 SPR1 14 KEYSCAN_R1
1 GND

3 SPL2 13 KEYSCAN_R2
2 VCC

4 SPL1 12 KEYSCAN_R3
3 NC

5 GND 11 KEYSCAN_R4
4 VEE

6 SCL 10 KEYSCAN_C1
5 NC
INVERTER BOARD
7 SDA 9 KEYSCAN_C2
6 VGH

8 GND 8 KEYSCAN_C3
7 NC

9 SY 7 KEYSCAN_C4
8 STVD

10 GND 6 KEYSCAN_C5
9 STVU

11 SC LCD PANEL 10 CKV


5 KEYSCAN_C6

12 GND 4 KEYSCAN_C7
11 U/D

13 VCC5V 3 KEYSCAN_C8
12 OE3

14 VCC5V 2 IR_P
13 OE2

15 DC_IN 1 IR_IN
14 OE1

15 VCOM

16 STHL

17 VSS2

18 VR

CN6 19 VG
CN7
CN3
20 VB

DRIVER HA4 21 VSS1


HA5
BOARD 22 VDD2

23 CPH1

24 CPH2

25 CPH3

SPEAKER 26 VDD1
SPEAKER
R 27 R/L
L
28 RESET

29 OEH

30 STHR

MAIN BOARD

FRAME (2/2)
4-3 4-4
DVP-FX810

4-2. MCU & DC-DC POWER • See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

A MAIN BOARD (1/5)


AV_IN_OUT_CTRL IR_P
AV_IN_OUT_CTRL 4,5 IR_P 4
IR_IN
IR_IN 2,4
cb_charge_enable RxD
R1 0R/1206/NC ADVCC cb_charge_enable 5 TxD RxD 2
P1 1 disable ZRL TxD 2
o enable ZRL 5 INV_EN 2
P1233LF T1 MUTE
MUTE 5
1 R207
B DC IN 9.5V
1
3
CPFC74 2
1
ZRR
ZRR 5
AV_IN_SW
TFT_POWER_EN AV_IN_SW 4

3
– + 2 10K DC_IN C4 C6 C7 C5 BTVCC TFT_POWER_EN 2,4
D1
> HOLD/POWER . MCU CONTROL
D2 1N5822 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF

5
J1 EC1 EC3 C1 C2 C3 R2
DCJACK 1N5822 100uF/25V 100uF/25V/
8X6.2 NC 8X6.2
0.1uF 1000pF 1000pF 100K 2 1 2 3 FB1
FB-100R
4
3 TO
SW1 SSS7A0101
Inverter
2

HOLD
BATTERY_CHARGE_STATUS 2 RECHARGEABLE
R210 Q1
CON

ON
FB39 1

NC
BATTERY PACK
200K

C
AP2309GN MMZ2012152B,
R3 0R/1206/NC 2 C256 1500ohm P_3V3

4
charge FB2 FB-100R 1000pF C257 J2
1 0.1uF BATTERY PACK CONNECTOR C12 R5
C Q31
R4
10K
CN1 1000PF 10K/NC DC_IN

Adapter POWER Supply : 9.5V/2A

1
AP2309GN HOLD 1 L1
C8 C9 R6 POWER_KEY 2 L3 INV_EN

1
3 0.1uF 0.1uF 10K 3 L2 INV_BRT

PESD5V0S1BB
Battery POWER Supply : 7.4V/3600mAh charge C10 C244 C245
INVERTER
BOARD
4
5
FB 100R
FB 100R
EC2
22uF/25V
C11
0.1uF

3
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF FB 100R 6.3x5.4
CHARGE_EN 1 R211 2 1 Q32

1
2N3904 HEADER 5

2
R212 INVGND INVGND

2
1K 1K D36
D
POWER Switch

2
Infrared PWM BRT 5V_POWER

+5V_TFT P_3V3 Receiver


IR1

L6

3
5V_TFT_POWER
L34 1 Q2
22uH R7 2N3904

3
2
1
22uH 0R IR_D3P
E

2
DC_IN C13 C14 R10 D4 C246 C247 EC5 C248 R8 INV_BRT
1000pF 0.01uF U1 10K 1N5822 EC61 10uF 0.1uF 47uF/10V 0.1uF 1K
R9 1 8 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 IR_P R180 IR_IN 7 8
33R 2 BS Sync 7 TFT_POWER_EN 5.0X5.4 10R 0603 5 6 C19
3 Vin EN 6 C18 0.22uF 3 4 10uF/10V
4 Vsw Comp 5 1 2 RN1
GND FB R14 10K

3
EC6 C20 C21 EC7 C23 33K/NC C24 INVGND INVGND
100uF/25V 0.1uF 1000pF MP1410 C22 R13 47uF/10V 0.1uF 100P INVERT_PWM R184 1 Q3
6.3X5.4 R12 0.01uF 10K 5.0X5.4 10K 2N3904 C25 C26
R11 10K 1% 0.1uF 0.1uF
F

2
30K 1%

L10 AUDIO_VCC INVGND INVGND INVGND


FB 100R
R24
0R 0805
EC55 C32
+5V 10uF/10V 0.1uF EC11 P_3V3 R47
4.0X5.4 47uF/10V 0R 0805
L9 5.0X5.4 R22
G 22uH
L12 5V_POWER J3
10K
R23
INVGND

DC_IN C31 C30 FB 100R 10K


1000pF 0.01uF U5 EC62
R16 1 8 D7 47uF/10V 1
33R BS Sync SYSTEM_POWER_EN 1N5822 5.0X5.4 2 MCU_RESET AGND
2 Vin EN 7
3 6 C36 0.22uF C37 EC14 3
Vsw Comp 0.1uF 47uF/10V 4 DBG
4 GND FB 5
C38 C39 5.0X5.4 DV33 EC56
0.1uF 1000pF MP1410 AVCC 10uF/10V
L13
R18 C40 R20 4.0X5.4
FB 100R
10K 1% R19 0.01uF 10K HEADER4P 2.54mm VGND
H 30K 1%
R241 Use in Debug and Program.
C41 EC16 10K/NC
0.1uF 47uF/10V D33
5.0X5.4 RLS4148/NC
ZRL 1 2 MGND
V+5V Audio_detect
L14 SYSTEM_POWER_EN
FB 100R ZRR 1 2
D34 PA1 PA6
RLS4148/NC

C42 EC17 R242 C44 C45 C46 R26 RFGND


I L17
MO_VCC 0.1uF 47uF/10V
5.0X5.4
NC 1000pF 1000pF 1000pF 10K

FB 100R
BTVCC BTVCC
C56 EC24
0.1uF 47uF/10V AV_IN_OUT_CTRL R235 R170
5.0X5.4 170K/NC 200K 1%
BATTERY_IN_1 BATTERY_IN
J U3
AME1117_ADJ
R234
10K/NC R236 R171
+3.3V V18 AV_IN_OUT_CTRL : C262 100K/NC C254 C255 100K 1%
1 AV OUT 0.1uF/NC 10uF 0.1uF
ADJ/GND

3 2 0 AV IN
VIN VOUT
L15
C55 EC13 C35
22uH 0.1uF R17 47uF/10V 0.1uF
1

750R 1% 5.0X5.4
C43 C48 P_3V3 P_3V3
U6 U8 POWER
DC_IN 1000pF 0.01uF D8
R27 1 8 1N5822 EC23 SYSTEM_POWER_EN 1 28 BATTERY_IN LED1 GREEN P_3V3
K 33R 2
3
BS
Vin
Sync
EN
7
6
SYSTEM_POWER_EN
C50 0.22uF
47uF/10V
5.0X5.4
L16
DV33
POWER_KEY POWER_KEY
HOLD
2
3
PA6 PC0/T1IN
PA6/SCL
PB0/ANA0
PB1/ANA1
27
26
LED1
Audio_detect
R32
330R TP1 ADVCC
Vsw Comp FB 100R PA7/SDA PB2/ANA2
4 5 R21 HOLD MCU_RESET 4 25 BATTERY_IN_1 TP2 TP3
C53 C49 EC20 C51 GND FB 390R 1% 5 /RESET PB3/ANA3 24 cb_charge_enable ADAPTER_DET
0.1uF 0.1uF 22uF/25V 1000pF MP1410 MCU_XIN 6 Vss PB4/ANA4 23 R33
6.3X5.4 C52 R31 EC21 C54 EC22 MCU_XOUT 7 XIN VREF 22 300K 1%
R29 R30 0.01uF 10K 100uF/10V 0.1uF 47uF/10V TP4 8 XOUT AVss 21
10K 1% 16.9K 1% 6.3X5.4 5.0X5.4 AV_IN_OUT_CTRL 9 Vdd AVdd 20 DBG R237
BATTERY_CHARGE_STATUS 10 PC5/MISO DBG 19 MUTE 10K R35 C57
TP5 AV_IN_SW 11 PC4/MOSI PC1/T1OUT 18 RxD RXD CHARGE 100K 1% 1000pF
L11 PC3/SCK PA5/TXD0
3

RFV33 +3.3V CHARGE_EN 12 17 TxD TXD


FB 100R PC2/SS PA4/RXD0 LED2
L 1 2
C258
0.1uF
ADAPTER-DET ADAPTER_DET 13
INVERT_PWM PA1 14 PA0/T0IN PA3/CTS0
16
15 LED2
IR_IN
R34
P_3V3

R245 PA1/T0OUT PA2/DE0 1K


D35 100K
EC19 C34 EC12 BAV99/NC Z8F0822 ORANGE
47uF/10V 0.1uF 47uF/10V
5.0X5.4 5.0X5.4
P_3V3

DC_IN
Q4 P_3V3
ADAPTER_DET=3V : ADAPTER IN
2SB1260
3 2
P2
L18
R36 0R MCU_XIN
=0V : NO ADAPTER
P1261LF 4.7uH
Y1 POWER OFF POWER ON
M R37 275R MCU_XOUT
1

11.0592MHZ BATTERY_IN Vb=>8.2V 6.0V<Vb<8.2V Vb=>8.2V 6.0V<Vb<8.2V


1

EC25 C60 4 5 EC26 C61 C58 C59


EXT

22uF/25V 0.1uF Vin Vout 100uF/10V 0.1uF 20pF 20pF


6.3X5.4 6.3X5.4
ADAPTER_DET H L H L H L H L
3 2
ON/OFF GND
U9 LED2 OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
S-816A33AMC-BAZ-T2

The components identified by mark 0 or dotted


line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.

MCU & DC-DC POWER


4-5 4-6 MAIN (1/5)
DVP-FX810

4-3. DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389 • See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

A
MAIN BOARD (2/5)
IR
L19 IR_IN 1,4
JITFO C62 1000pF JITFN RxD

100K V1P4
RFV33 RFVDD3 JITFN DACVDD3 DV33 TxD RxD 1
RFV33 L20 TxD 1

0.1uF
DV33 J4 JITFO R38 750K
FB 100R INV_EN 1
SDA 3
1
Crystal SCL 3

20pF
RxD 2 C63 C64 C65 EC27 R40 FB 100R

0.47uF/NC

TFT_POWER_EN
TFT_POWER_EN 1,4

C67
TxD 3 0.1uF 0.01uF 2200pF 100uF/10V 1K
B

KEYSCAN_C5
KEYSCAN_C6
4 6.3X5.4 TC1 C68 EC28 MCU

PANEL_SW
C66

ADAC_ML
0.1uF

ADAC_MD
10uF/25V C 0.1uF 10uF/10V R42 100K

ADAC_MC
15K

R39
0.1uF

ASPDIF
4x1 W/HOUSING + 4.0X5.4

1000pF
Y2 TFT_SDA
RS-232

XO
TFT_SDA 4

XI

TP7

TP8
0.1uF

0.1uF
XI XO TFT_SCL
TFT_SCL 4

C71
R43

C74

75R
75R
VREFN PLLVDD3 C76 C78 TFT-IIC

R41

C69

C70
V18 27MHz

PANEL_SW
C72

C73
6.8R 27pF 27pF Y1

RFVDD3
NC PIN:

TFT_LIGHT_EN
TFT_POWER_EN
Y1 4

0.033uF

0.047uF

0.047uF
C75 C77 Y2
Y2 4

Y3

Y2

Y1
PIN48(DEBUG1)

1uF
0.1uF

0.1uF
NC 0.1uF EC29 C79 Y3

ADAC_MC

ADAC_MD

DACVDD3

DACVDD3
ADAC_ML
Y3 4

DV33
1uF
VREFP 100uF/10V 0.1uF

RFVDD3

RFVDD3
PIN225(ASPDIF)

ASDAT0
ASPDIF
VREFN

ALRCK
PLLVDD3

R44
R45
0.1uF
6.3X5.4 VIDEO DAC OUTPUT

ABCK
ACLK
PIN89(BATTERY)
C

RFV18
JITFO
JITFN
VREFP
A[0..20]

C81

C82

C85

C86

C87

C88
A[0..20] 3

C83
TCK STBY C80
AD[0..7]

C84
DISC_COVER_SW TRIN 0.1uF
AD[0..7] 3
V2P8 V20 V1P4
DQS0 R46 0R IOA PRD#
PWR# PRD# 3

256
255
254
253
252
251
250
249
248
247
246
245
244
243
242
241
240
239
238
237
236
235
234
233
232
231
230
229
228
227
226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
217
216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
DACVDD3 PCE# PWR# 3
V18 C89 EC30 C90 EC31 C91 EC32 PCE# 3
L21 0.1uF 47uF/10V 0.1uF 47uF/10V 0.1uF 47uF/10V DV33 FLASH

IDACEXLP

JITFN
JITFO

XTALO

HSYNC/V_ADIN2
YUV7/ASDATA5
VSYNC/V_ADIN1
AVDD3
IREF
RFGC
OSN
OSP
CEQN
CEQP
RFGND

HRFZC
CRTPLP

RFRPAC
RFRPDC

SPDIF
RFVDD3
S_VREFN
S_VREFP
ADCVSS
S_VCM
ADCVDD3
LPFOP
LPFIN
LPFIP
LPFON

ABCK

YUV4/G

YUV3/CVBS
PLLVDD3

PLLVSS

XTALI

RFVDD18
RFGND18

MC_DATA
DVSS
ASDATA4
DVDD18
ASDATA3
ASDATA2
ASDATA1
ASDATA0
DVSS
ACLK

ALRCK

YUV6/R
YUV5/B
DVDD3

SPLRCK
SPDATA
SPMCLK

DVDD3

DACVSSA

DACVDDA

DACVSSB
YUV2/C

YUV1/Y
DACVDDB

DACVSSC
SPBCK/ASDATA5
V18 RFV18 5.0X5.4 5.0X5.4 5.0X5.4
FB 100R V18 C92 MA[0..11] MA[0..11] 3
D C94 1 AGND
NC
DQ[0..15]
DQ[0..15] 3
0.1uF 2A C95 1uF 2 192 Y0 Y0
2B C97 1uF DVDA YUV0/CIN FS FS BA[0..1]
3 DVDB FS 191 BA[0..1] 3
2C C96 1uF 4 190 VREF VREF
2D C98 1uF DVDC VREF DACVDD3 DQM[0..1]
5 DVDD DACVDDC 189 DQM[0..1] 3
DVDRFIP C100 1uF 6 188
C99 NC DVDRFIN DVDRFIP RD16 DCLK
7 DVDRFIN RD17 187 DCLK 3
2A R50 0R 8 186 C101 R52 DCKE
MA RD18 DCKE 3
2D R51 0R 9 185 0.1uF 560R CAS#
MB RD19 CAS# 3
2C R53 0R 10 184 RAS#
MC RD20 RAS# 3
2B R48 0R 11 183 WE#
MD RD21 WE# 3
SUBA SUBA 12 182 CS#
SA DVDD3 CS# 3
E C102 C103 C93
SUBB
C104 SUBC
SUBB
SUBC
13
14
SB RD22 181
180 MEMORY
15pF 15pF 15pF 15pF SUBD SUBD SC RD23 KEYSCAN_R4
15 SD DQM2 179
CDFON 16 178 KEYSCAN_C4 ASDAT0
CDFOP CDFON DQM3 KEYSCAN_C3 ALRCK ASDAT0 5
17 CDFOP RD24 177
AVCC E 18 176 KEYSCAN_C2 ACLK ALRCK 5
F TNI RD25 ABCK ACLK 5
19 TPI DVSS 175
R54 R55 MDI1 20 174 KEYSCAN_C1 ABCK 5
MDI1 MDI1 RD26 ADAC_MD 5
100K 10K MDI2 21 173
MDI2 MDI2 DVDD18 ADAC_MC 5
LDO2 22 172 TP11
LDO2
U10 RD27
3

LDO1 ADAC_ML 5
23 LDO1 RD28 171
1 R56 IOA RFVDD3 24 170 KEYSCAN_R3
F Q6
2N3904
10K
MDI1
RFOP
RFOP
RFON
25
26
SVDD3
CSO/RFOP
RD29
RD30 169
168
KEYSCAN_R2
KEYSCAN_R1
AUDIO INTERFACE
RFON
2

SOT23 C105 RFLVL/RFON RD31/ASDATA5 KEYSCAN_C8


27 SGND DVDD3 167
0.1uF V2P8 28 166 MA4 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8 4
V2P8 V2REFO RA4 KEYSCAN_C7 4
RFGND C106 V20 29 165 MA5 KEYSCAN_C6
V20 V20 RA5
1

2 2 R57 0.1uF V1P4 30 164 MA6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C6 4

MT1389
VIP4 VREFO RA6 KEYSCAN_C5 4
Q5 100K FEO 31 163 KEYSCAN_C4
2SK3018 FEO FEO DVSS KEYSCAN_C4 4
Q7 TEO 32 162 MA7 KEYSCAN_C3
TEO TEO RA7 KEYSCAN_C3 4
2SK3018 RFGND TEZISLV 33 161 KEYSCAN_C2
3

TEZISLV C107 TEZISLV DVSS MA8 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 4


34 OP_OUT RA8 160
35 159 MA9 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_C1 4
R58 R59 0.1uF OP_INN RA9 MA11 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 4
36 OP_INP RA11 158
0R 0R AVCC DMO 37 157 DCKE KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 4
L22 DMO CKE
G FB 100R FMO 38
39
FMO RCLK 156
155
DCLK KEYSCAN_R1
PANEL_SW
KEYSCAN_R2
KEYSCAN_R1
4
4
V1P4 C108 R60 R61 TROPENPWM DVDD3 DCLKB DCLKB 5V_POWER 5V_POWER key PANEL_SW 4
40 PWMOUT1/V_ADIN9 RCLKB 154
NC NC NC TRO 41 153 D1V25 D1V25
C109 EC33 ADIN R62 FOO TRO RVREF/V_ADIN3
42 FOO DVDD18 152
24 0.1uF 100uF/10V NC 43 151 MA3
2D 2D 6.3X5.4 DV33 USB_VSS RA3 MA2
23 L23 44 USBP RA2 150
22 2C 2C FB 100R 45 149 MA1 R63
2B 2B USBVDD USBM RA1 4.7K
21 46 USB_VDD3 DVSS 148

2
20 2A 2A RFGND ADIN 47 147 MA0
IOA IOA DEBUG1 DEBUG1 FG/V_ADIN8 RA0 MA10 R64 Q8
19 48 TDI/V_ADIN4 RA10 146 1
18 DVDRFIP C110 DISC_COVER_SW 49 145 BA1 1K 2N3906
TMS/V_ADIN5 BA1
H MECHA 17 R65 0R E DVDRFIP DVDRFIP V18 0.1uF TCK 50 144

3
DECK R66 0R F E E TCK/V_ADIN6 DVSS BA0
16 51 TDO/V_ADIN7 BA0 143

3
15 PUH5V F F V18 52 142 CS# INV_EN
DVDD18 RCS
BOTTOM

14 V20 C111 PUH5V PUH5V A2 53 141 TFT_LIGHT_EN R67 1 Q9


OPTICAL 0.1uF A3 IOA2 DVDD3 RAS# 10K 2N3904
13 54 IOA3 RAS 140
PICK-UP VR-CD VR-CD VR-CD A4 CAS#
12 55 139

2
UNIT VR-DVD VR-DVD VR-DVD A5 IOA4 CAS WE# IN_POWER LOGIC R68 IN_EN LOGIC
11 56 IOA5 RWE 138
10 MDI1 A6 57 137 DQM1 TP6 POWER ON:1(+3.3V) 1K POWER ON:1(+5V)
LD-CD LD-CD LD-CD A7 IOA6 DQM1 POWER OFF:0 POWER OFF:0
9 58 IOA7 DQS1 136
8 LD-DVD LD-DVD A8 59 135 DQ8
LD-DVD L24 RFGND RFGND A18 HIGHA0 RD8
7 60 IOA18 DVSS 134
6 10uH A19 61 133 DQ9
IOA19 RD9 DQ10 DV33
5 62 132
I 4 F- 63
DVSS
APLLCAP
RD10
RD11 131 DQ11

IOA21/V_ADIN0
3 T+ Q10 Q35 64 130 DQ12 R69
APLLVSS DR12
2

2 T- D9 D10 2SB1132 2N3904 129 DQ13 10K


RD13
APLLVDD3

1 F+ RLZ4.7B RLZ4.7B 1 3 2 LDO2 C112 1 SW5 2 TRIN

DVDD18

DVDD18
HIGHA7
HIGHA6
HIGHA5
HIGHA4
HIGHA3

HIGHA2
HIGHA1

1500pF
DVDD3

DVDD3

DVDD3

DVDD3
UP1_2
UP1_3
UP1_4
UP1_5
UP1_6
UP1_7
UP3_0
UP3_1
UP3_4
UP3_5

DQM0
IOA20
IOWR

DVSS

DVSS

DQS0

DVSS

DVSS
PRST

RD15

RD14
TC2 R217 100K AVCC ESE11MH1T
IOOE
IOCS

UWR
IOA1

IOA0

URD

INT0

RD7

RD6
RD5

RD4
RD3

RD2
RD1
RD0
3

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3

AD4
AD5
AD6

AD7
ALE
A16

A17

ICE
+
47uF/10V B LD_SW

IR
1

HA2 L25 R71 4.7R


FFC 24P 0.5mm BOTTOM RFGND 10uH DV33 C113
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
RFV33 0.1uF/NC
R72 4.7R

J 24 NC + TC3 Q36 R73


DV33
3

23 D/d 100uF/10V C 2N3904 33R


22 C/c 1 3 2 LDO1 EC34 C114 Disc Cover Switch
21 B/b Q11 22uF/10V 0.1uF

V18
20 A/a 2SB1132 4.0X5.4 V18
BATTERY
2

TFT_SDA
TFT_SCL
19 SW-CD/DVD

TFT_UD
1

URST#
18 RF
UWR#
C252 R219 100K AVCC
PWR#

DQM0
URD#

INT0#

DQS0
PRD#
PCE#

DQ15

DQ14
RFGND

RXD

DQ7

DQ6
DQ5

DQ4
DQ3

DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
SDA

TXD
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3

AD4
AD5
AD6

AD7

SCL
ALE

17 F 0.1uF/NC LD_SW
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11

A10

A20

A17

ICE
A1
A9

A0
3

KEYSCAN_C8
KEYSCAN_C7

IR
16 E RFV33
15 VCC-PD 1 Q37 C115 C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 RESET
14 VC-PD
R218 2N3904 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF DV33
13 GND-PD 100K
2

TFT-UD

12 VR-CD 1 SW6 2
RFGND
K
TP9
ALE

INT0#

DQS0
BATTERY

ICE
URD#

11 VR-DVD
UWR#

10 MD ESE11MH2T RFGND R243 1K R244 0R DV33

1
9 LD-CD F+ DEBUG1
8 GND-LD F- F- R74
7 LD-DVD T- STBY ENDM D11 10K
6 NC T+ T+ ADIN FG 1N4148
5 NC C125 C126 C127 C128 C135 C136 C129 C130 C131 C132 C133 C134 R231 1N4148

2
4 F- MO_VCC 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1000pF 0.1uF 1K URST# URST#
3 T+ T- F+
2 T- R77 R78
1 F+ R75 R76 1R 1R EC35
1R 1R R79 R80 R81 10uF/6.3V
L TopRay 15
U11
14 TopRay TOP1100S
NC 1R 1R C137
0.1uF EC36
4.0X5.4
VOTK+ VOFC+ 47uF/10V
TOP1100S SL+ SL+
16
17
VOTK- VOFC- 13
12 HA3 5.0X5.4
VOLD+ VOSL+ VOSL+
SL- SL- 18 11 R82 U12
VOLD- VOSL- VOSL-
19 10 1 47R H- H- 28 27 MGND MO_VCC FOSO R83 20K FOO
MO_VCC PGND PGND MO_VCC HW- HW- RNF VM1 TRSO R91 18K TRO FOO
20 VNFTK PVCC1 9 2 VM2 26
21 8 3 HW+ HW+ MGND C138 C139 C140 25 FMSO R84 15K FMO TRO
PVCC2 VCC EC37 HV- HV- 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF VCC DMSO R86 10K DMO FMO
4
30 29 47uF/10V 5 HV+ HV+ MO_VCC W R85 0R 2 24 FG DMO
MGND G2 G1 MGND A3 FG
C141 5.0X5.4 6 HU- HU- V R92 0R 4 23 ENDM
A2 PS

1
TOP

0.1uF 22 7 MGND TP10 7 HU+ HU+ U R89 0R 7 22 V1P4


R93 FMSO PREGND VNFFC R87 R88 H+ R94 HU+ A1 EC DMSO C142 C143 C144 C145
23 6 8 9 21
M 20K MGND 24
VINLD
CTK2
VOSL
VINSL- 5 10K
V1P4
20K 9 U
V
U
V
47R HU-
HV+
10
H1+
H1-
ECR
FR 20 R95
20K
D12
ZENER 3.3V/NC
330pF 330pF 0.01uF 0.015uF
25 CTK1 VINSL+ 4 10 11 H2+ SB 18
C146 TRSO 26 3 R90 C147 11 W W HV- 12 16 R96 NC LL_34

2
150pF V1P4 VINTK CF2 20K 150pF SL+ HW+ H2- BR
27 BIAS CF1 2 12 13 H3+ CNF 17
STBY 28 1 FOSO 13 SL- HW- 14
STBY VINFC H+ H+ H- H3- C148 C149 EC38
15 VH GND 8
BA5954 V1P4 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF/10V MGND V1P4
FPC 13P 1.0mm TOP 30 29 5.0X5.4
G2 G1
R97 C150 C151 EC39 BA6849
10K 0.1uF 0.1uF 22uF/6.3V HSOP28
4.0X5.4

N SPINDLE/
SLED
MGND MGND
MGND
MOTOR MGND

DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389


MAIN (2/5) 4-7 4-8
DVP-FX810

4-4. SDRAM & FLASH ROM • See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

MAIN BOARD (3/5)


A
DQ[0..15]
2 DQ[0..15]
MA[0..11]
2 MA[0..11]
BA[0..1]
2 BA[0..1]
DQM[0..1]
2 DQM[0..1]
DCLK
B 2
2
DCLK
DCKE
DCKE
CAS# DV33 SD33
2 CAS# RAS# L26 FB 100R
2 RAS# WE# SD33
2 WE# CS#
2 CS#
DRAM

PCE# EC40 EC41 C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157 C158 C159 C160 C161
2 PCE# PRD# 47uF/10V 47uF/10V 100pF 1000pF 100pF 1000pF 100pF 1000pF 100pF 1000pF 100pF 1000pF
2 PRD# PWR# 5.0X5.4 5.0X5.4
2 PWR#
A[0..20]
2 A[0..20]

C 2 AD[0..7]
AD[0..7]

FLASH

SCL
2 SCL SDA
2 SDA
IIC

D
RN3
DCS# 8 7 CS#
A20 R98 0R AA20 DRAS# 6 5 RAS#
DCAS# 4 3 CAS#
U13 DWE# WE#
2 1

MA0 23 2 DQ7 33R


MA1 A0 DQ0 DQ6
24 A1 DQ1 4
MA2 25 5 DQ5
MA3 A2 DQ2 DQ4 DBA0 R99 33R BA0
26 7 U14
E MA4
MA5
29
30
A3
A4
DQ3
DQ4 8
10
DQ3
DQ2
A1
A2
25
24
A0 D0 29
31
AD0
AD1 DBA1 R100 33R BA1
MA6 A5 DQ5 DQ1 A3 A1 D1 AD2
31 A6 DQ6 11 23 A2 D2 33
MA7 32 13 DQ0 A4 22 35 AD3 SDCKE R101 33R DCKE
MA8 A7 DQ7 DQ8 A5 A3 D3 AD4
33 A8 DQ8 42 21 A4 D4 38
MA9 34 44 DQ9 A6 20 40 AD5 SDCLK R102 68R DCLK
MA10 A9 DQ9 DQ10 A7 A5 D5 AD6
22 A10/AP DQ10 45 19 A6 D6 42
MA11 35 47 DQ11 A8 18 44 AD7
DBA0 A11 DQ11 DQ12 A9 A7 D7 C162 C163
20 BA0/A13 DQ12 48 8 A8 D8 30
DBA1 21 50 DQ13 A10 7 32 15pF NC
BA1/A12 DQ13 DQ14 A11 A9 D9
DQ14 51 6 A10 D10 34
SDCLK 38 53 DQ15 A12 5 36
SDCKE CLK DQ15 A13 A11 D11
F DCS#
37 CKE SD33 A14
A15
4
3
A12
A13
D12
D13
39
41
DV33
19 CS VCC 1 2 A14 D14 43
DRAS# 18 14 A16 1 45 A0 DV33
DCAS# RAS VCC DV33 A17 A15 D15 DV33 DV33
17 CAS VCC 27 48 A16
DWE# 16 SD33 A18 17 14 R103
WE A19 A17 WP/ACC NC U15
VCCQ 3 16 A18
DQM0 15 9 AA20 9 47 1 8
DQM1 DQML VCCQ R104 A19 BYTE R105 R106 C164 NC VCC
39 DQMH VCCQ 43 10 A20 2 NC WP 7
49 10K 37 1K 1K 0.1uF 3 6 SCL
VCCQ PCE# VCC C165 NC SCL SDA
36 NC 26 CE 4 GND SDA 5
40 6 PRD# 28 27
NC VSSQ DV33 PWR# OE GND1 0.1uF SCL
VSSQ 12 11 WE GND2 46 EEPROM 24C16
G 54
41
VSS
VSS
VSSQ
VSSQ
46
52 12 RESET
SDA
SO8
28 VSS
MX29LV160
TSOP 48 pin
ESMT M12L64164A
DIP54_TSOP

SDRAM & FLASH ROM


4-9 4-10 MAIN (3/5)
DVP-FX810

4-5. VIDEO OUT & PANEL CONNECT • See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

MAIN BOARD (4/5)


A
TFT_POWER_EN HA4
1,2 TFT_POWER_EN
SPL2 SPL2
TFT_SDA SPL1 SPL1
2 TFT_SDA
TFT_SCL SPR2 SPR2 SPR2 FB12 FB-100R SP1 1
2 TFT_SCL
SPR1 SPR1 SPR1 FB14 FB-100R SP2 2
TFT IIC INTERFACE SPL2 FB15 FB-100R SP3 3
Y1 TFT_SCL TFT_SCL C166 C167 C168 C169 C170 C171 SPL1 FB13 FB-100R SP4 4
2 Y1
Y2 TFT_SDA TFT_SDA 1000pF 1000pF 1000pF 1000pF NC NC 5
2 Y2
Y3 TFT_SCL FB17 FB-100R IIC1 6
2 Y3

SP1

SP2

SP3

SP4
AV_IN_SW TFT-Y TFT-Y TFT_SDA FB18 FB-100R IIC2

IIC1

IIC2
1 AV_IN_SW 7
AV_IN_OUT_CTRL TFT-C TFT-C DRIVER BOARD
B 1,5 AV_IN_OUT_CTRL
TFT+5V
TFT-Y FB19 FB-100R
8
9
(2/2)
5V_TFT 10
TFT-C FB20 FB-100R 11
VIDEO DAC OUT DC_IN1 12
DC_IN1
SPL1 5V_TFT 13
5 AO+
SPL2 14
5 AO-
SPR1 DC_IN1 15
5 BO+
SPR2 C176
5 BO-
C229 C228 C227 C226 C225 C230 C235 C236 C237 C232 C233 C234 C249 0.1uF
Built-in SPEAKER 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF C222

key12

key11

key10

p_sw
key9

key8

key7

key6

key5

key4

key3

key2

key1
0.1uF wafer 15 pin 1.0
KEYSCAN_C8
2 KEYSCAN_C8
KEYSCAN_C7
2 KEYSCAN_C7
KEYSCAN_C6
C 2
2
KEYSCAN_C6
KEYSCAN_C5
KEYSCAN_C5
KEYSCAN_C4
2 KEYSCAN_C4
KEYSCAN_C3
2 KEYSCAN_C3
KEYSCAN_C2
2 KEYSCAN_C2
KEYSCAN_C1
2 KEYSCAN_C1
KEYSCAN_R4 L4 FB 100R 5V_TFT
2 KEYSCAN_R4
KEYSCAN_R3 L27 5V_TFT_POWER
2 KEYSCAN_R3
KEYSCAN_R2 1.8uH
2 KEYSCAN_R2
KEYSCAN_R1 Y3 CVBS + TC4
2 KEYSCAN_R1 100uF/10V C
PANEL_SW C16
2 PANEL_SW
0.1uF
key R107
D 1 IR_P
IR_P
75R 1% C173
180pF
C174
180pF DC_IN
IR_IN
1,2 IR_IN
IR HA5

2
VGND VGND VGND
R183
100K PANEL_SW FB37 FB-1500R p_sw 15
KEYSCAN_R1 FB10 FB-1500R key1 14
KEYSCAN_R2 FB9 FB-1500R key2 13

1
L32 KEYSCAN_R3 FB8 FB-1500R key3 12
1.8uH 1 KEYSCAN_R4 FB4 FB-1500R key4 11
Y2 TFT-CC KEYSCAN_C1 FB7 FB-1500R key5 10
Q28 KEYSCAN_C2 FB5 FB-1500R key6 9
E R111 DC_IN1
KEYSCAN_C3
KEYSCAN_C4
FB6
FB3
FB-1500R
FB-1500R
key7
key8
8 DRIVER BOARD
(2/2)
DC_IN 2 3 7
75R 1% C238 C239 KEYSCAN_C5 FB11 FB-1500R key9 6

3
47pF 47pF R181 1K AP2309GN KEYSCAN_C6 FB30 FB-1500R key10 5
TFT_POWER_EN 1 2 1 Q27 KEYSCAN_C7 FB31 FB-1500R key11 4
2N3904 KEYSCAN_C8 FB32 FB-1500R key12 3

1
IR_P 2

2
VGND VGND VGND R182 IR_IN 1

8
6
4
2

8
6
4
2
1K
RN2
1K

2
RN4 wafer15 pin 1.0
F L33
1.8uH
1K

7
5
3
1

7
5
3
1
Y1 TFT-YY

R116
75R 1% C240 C241 DV33 DV33
47pF 47pF V+5V

VGND
C242
VGND VGND VGND 100n VGND VGND FB36
U23 V+5V J5
16

1
D13 0R/0805
G 2 4 TFT-C BAV99
VCC

TFT-CC S1A DA VGND R220


3 S2A 2 1
7 VIDEO_I_O C182 C183 10K VIDEO
DB 470pF/NC 330pF
5 S1B
CVBS 6 9 TFT-Y
EC63

3
S2B DC
TFT-YY 10 12 VIDEO_I_O R201 2
S2C DD 0R 0603 FB21
11 S1C

1
FB-100R SCJ315P00ZS0B00
220uF/10V

1
8X6.2

PESD5V0S1BB
13 S2D
14 S1D EC64
H VGND 15 EN
GND

2
AV_IN_OUT_CTRL 1 IN 220uF/10V
2
D37 8X6.2
8

TS5V330D SW7
5

VGND
1
AV_IN_SW FB38 FB-100R 2 OUT
VGND r
1

3
C250 IN
1
PESD5V0S1BB

0.1uF
2

I LINE SELECT
4

R188
1K SS3-CMF-V
2

1
2

D38
DV33

4-11
VIDEO OUT & PANEL CONNECT
MAIN (4/5) 4-12
DVP-FX810

4-6. AUDIO OUT • See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

A MAIN BOARD (5/5)


AUDIO_VCC
AO- 4
AO+ 4
cb_charge_enable AUDIO_VCC +5VOP -AVCC -AVCC_OP
1 cb_charge_enable R209 47R
BO+ 4
AV_IN_OUT_CTRL R146 47R
1,4 AV_IN_OUT_CTRL BO- 4
1 2 C190
2 ADAC_MD
1uF
2 ADAC_MC
2 ADAC_ML
ASDAT0 PCMSD3 4 3
2 ASDAT0 GND C1-
ALRCK PCMWS
2 ALRCK
ACLK ACLK 5 2 -AVCC
B 2
2
ACLK
ABCK
ABCK
MUTE
PCMCLK CE VIN

1 MUTE 6 C1+ VOUT 1


ZRL C191
1 ZRL
ZRR AUDIO_VCC 39pF U16
1 ZRR
1729 C195 EC44 C196 R179 C197
1000pF 47uF/10V 1uF 4.7K 1000pF
R120 R119 5.0X5.4
AUDIO INTERFACE 47R 15K 1%

R238 1M AGND AGND


AGND
EC69 EC43 C193
220uF/10V 100uF/10V 0.1uF
C L30
8X6.2 6.3X5.4 -AVCC_OP AUDIO_VCC
DV33
FB 100R U18A

4
4558
EC42 C192 AGND R121 R122 2 - AUDIO_VCC

2
10uF/10V 0.1uF 7.5K 1% 3.3K 1% 1
4.0X5.4 U17 3 + R223
5

PCM1742 KE C194 3.3K


+5VOP U24 HC4066

14
VDDD

VADD

8
EC45 18pF

2
PCMCLK R166 68R 1 10uF/10V AGND

VCC
PCMSD3 R167 68R BCKIN 4.0X5.4 Q42
2 8 10 11 1
D PCMWS R168 68R 3
DIN
LRCIN
VOUTR AGND Z4 Y4 2N3906

2
ACLK R169 68R 16 7 R123 9 8 RLINE

3
SCKIN VOUTL EC46 15K 1% -AVCC_OP Z3 Y3 R232 4066_EN
ADAC_MD 13 10uF/10V 3 4 3.3K
MD Z2 Y2

2
ADAC_MC 14 12 ZRL 4.0X5.4
ADAC_ML MC ZRL_NA ZRR 3.3K 1% U18B LLINE R233
15 11 2 1

1
ML ZRR_ZRA Z1 Y1

4
10 R125 4558 10K
VCOM
DGND

AGND

R124 6 -

3
7.5K 1% 7 12 R208 1K

1
EC47 C203 E4 AV_IN_OUT_CTRL1 Q29
5 +
E3 6 2 1
10uF/10V 0.1uF 5 2N3904

GND
4

4.0X5.4 C204 +5VOP E2 4066_EN


13

2
18pF E1
E AGND -AVCC

7
-AVCC
AGND
AGND

R239 1M
AGND

+5V
C200 +5V AGND
F 39pF D16
2 1 BAV99/NC
D20 2 1
1

RLS4148 AGND
D19 R126 VOLUME w FB33
J7
RLS4148 EC65 1

3
22K EC51 FB24 0R/0805
R195 R224
2

220uF/10V RLINE R_MUTE 2


2

1 Q16 8.0X10.2 FB-100R


2N3906 510R 0603 510R 0603
P_3V3 R129
EC52 4.7K AGND 10uF/16V C198 R221 C199 AUDIO
VR1
3

100uF/10V AGND 4.0X5.3 470pF 220K 1000pF


6.3X5.4 5 AUDIO_VCC +5VAMP
G R134 AGND
5
4 4 RAMP
LAMP
EC66
AGND AGND FB25 AGND
3
3 3 R196 R225
0R 2 L31 LLINE L_MUTE Audio Line Out SCJ315P00XS0B00
2 FB-100R
1 1 FB 100R 510R 0603 510R 0603
EC53 C208
10uF/16V

3
47uF/10V 0.1uF C201 R222 C202
50K 5.0X5.4 4.0X5.3 470pF 220K 1000pF
D23 R165 2.4K 1 2
RLS4148 RLINE D17
R135 R136 2 1 shutdown AGND BAV99/NC AGND AGND AGND
4.7K 100K R172 2.4K
2

LLINE AGND +5V


H MUTE R141
10K
1 Q19
2N3906
R137
24K
D24
3

RLS4148 U20 AGND AGND


2 1 A_MUTE LM4863MTE
LAMP R138 C210 R139 AI- 6 5 AO-
200R 1uF 10K AI- AO-

+5VAMP 17 3 AO+ R145


VDD AO+
3

R156 1K/NC 4 1K C213


A_MUTE R213 100K VDD HPC 1000pF FB34
1 HPIN 20 J8
P_3V3 C259 shutdown 1 AGND 1
SHUTD EC57
Q39 22pF 18 BO+ R197 R226 FB26 0R/0805
2

2N3904/NC REF 8 BO+ BO- HP1 2


I AGND
AI+
BO- 16 BO-
+5V 39R 0603 39R 0603
FB-300R
DE1
14 BPS 100uF/10V 3
R216 REF 12 PHONES
AGND GND 6.3X5.4
1K 13 BI+ GND 11 4
10 EC58 R198 R228 FB27
GND
3

R240 0R/NC R227 470K RAMP R148 C214 R149 BI- 15 9 AO- HP2 5
GND
GND
GND

200R 1uF 10K BI- GND FB-300R HP JACKSCJ315P00WS0B00


1 39R 0603
39R 0603
Q40 C261 100uF/10V
2

2
7
19
3

R215 1K 2N3904 R193 1K/NC EC54 R190 R189 6.3X5.4 R144


cb_charge_enable 1 A_MUTE 1 C260 1uF 4.7uF/25V/NC 100K 100K 1K

J Q33
EC68
10uF/16V Q41
22pF 4.0X5.3
D32
C212
1000pF
2

2N3904 4.0X5.3 2N3904/NC RLS4148


AGND HPC 1 2 R142 DE1
R152 100K
24K AGND AGND
AGND AGND AGND AGND 1 2 R143 DE2 AGND AGND
D31 100K
RLS4148

R155
1K C218 FB35
K EC59
R229 FB28
1000pFAGND
0R/0805
1
J9

BO- R199 HP3 2


FB-300R
39R 0603
HP1 HP3 39R 0603 DE2 3
100uF/10V PHONES
6.3X5.4 4
EC60
3

R200 R230 FB29


A_MUTE R157 1 A_MUTE R159 1 AO- HP4 5
1K Q22 C219 R158 1 2 +5V 1K Q23 C220 R160 1 2 +5V 39R 0603 FB-300R HP JACKSCJ315P00WS0B00
2N3904 22pF 100K/NC 2N3904 22pF 100K/NC 39R 0603
2

D27 D28 100uF/10V


L BAV99/NC BAV99/NC 6.3X5.4 R154
1K C217
1000pF
R_MUTE L_MUTE
AGND AGND
3

R130 R127 AGND AGND


A_MUTE 1K 1 A_MUTE 1K 1 HP2 HP4
C206 R131 C207 R128
Q17 22pF 100K Q18 22pF 100K
2

2N3904 2N3904
A_MUTE R161 1 A_MUTE R163 1
M 1K Q24 C221 R162 1 2 +5V 1K Q25 C223 R164 1 2 +5V
2N3904 22pF 100K/NC 2N3904 22pF 100K/NC
2

D29 D30
AGND AGND BAV99/NC BAV99/NC

AGND AGND

AUDIO OUT
4-13 4-14 MAIN (5/5)
DVP-FX810

4-7. IR-KB • See page 5-7 for printed wiring board.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

DRIVER BOARD (1/2)


A 2 IR_P
IR_P
IR_IN
2 IR_IN
KEYSCAN_R1
2 KEYSCAN_R1
KEYSCAN_R2
2 KEYSCAN_R2
KEYSCAN_R3
2 KEYSCAN_R3
KEYSCAN_R4
2 KEYSCAN_R4
KEYSCAN_C1
2 KEYSCAN_C1
KEYSCAN_C2
2 KEYSCAN_C2
KEYSCAN_C3
2 KEYSCAN_C3
KEYSCAN_C4
2 KEYSCAN_C4
KEYSCAN_C5
2 KEYSCAN_C5
KEYSCAN_C6
2 KEYSCAN_C6
B 2
2
KEYSCAN_C7
KEYSCAN_C8
KEYSCAN_C7
KEYSCAN_C8
R52 IR_IN SW10
10R LCD PANEL EVQPLHA15*9
VCC33V
OPEN/CLOSE (SW1-SW9)
R48 DETECT
33K/NC C56 2 1 R53 SW1 SW4 SW7
100P 10K
N . LCD MODE
ESE13H01B
6 5 6 5 6 5
IR1
PANEL_SW
2 PANEL_SW
1 SW2 SW5
C 2
3 IR_P X >
SW8
DISPLAY

6 5 6 5 6 5
IR_D3P C55
0.1uF SW3 SW6 SW9
x MENU RETURN

6 5 6 5 6 5

pin number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 KEYSCAN_R4
D
direction
J1 PIN ARRAY

7
J1 7 1
down

7
KEYSCAN_C4 1 1 2 2 KEYSCAN_C5 2
5 5 6 6 KEYSCAN_C8 3
KEYSCAN_C7 4 4 3 3 KEYSCAN_C6 4
left
5 direction of J1 5-direction key/EVQWHA50K 5 6

E up

right

F
enter

IR-KB
DRIVER (1/2) 4-15 4-16
DVP-FX810

4-8. T-CON • See page 5-7 for printed wiring board.

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

DRIVER BOARD (2/2)


A
VCC5V
1 BO- CN6
HA4 SPEAKER
2 BO+ R
R54 1.8R/0805
1 SPR2
2 SPR1 R55 1.8R/0805 R4 R5 VDD_LCD VEE_LCD
3 SPL2 1 4.7K 4.7K
AO- CN7 SPEAKER
SPL1

32
4 2
B 5
6 SCL TFT_SCL
AO+ L
5
6
4
3 RXD_SCL
VBOUT
VGOUT
R1
R3
10R
10R
VB
VG STH1 30
CN3

FIN2
SDA TFT_SDA TXD_SDA VROUT R2 10R VR OEH STHR
7 7 2 29 OEH
MAIN BOARD (4/5) 8 8 1 28 RESET
9 Y S_Y RN1 R/L 27
33R C1 C2 C3 R/L
10 26 VDD1

VB

VG

VR
11 C S_C 100pF 100pF 100pF CLK3 25
CLK2 CPH3
12 24 CPH2
13 TP12 CLK1 23 CPH1
14 VCC5V 22

TP19

TP20

TP21
DC_IN VDD2 8 Inch TFT
15 21
DC_IN
CVBS1-2/SVIDEO1 R42 13R R43 62R C4 CVBS2P VB 20
VSS1 LCD PANEL
C7 0.1uF VG VB
19 VG
wafer 15 pin 1.0 0.1uF VR COLOR
18
C D1
NC/BAV99 R8
C6
470pF VCC5V VEE_LCD STH2
17
16
VR
VSS2
LCD

DC-IN=6.5V~12V 62R C5 CVBS2M Q1 L3 VCC33V L4 VDD_LCD VCOM 15


STHL
HA5 SCL CL VCC5V 0.1uF APM2301-P FB-30R FB-30R OEV1 VCOM
14 OE1
SDA DA OEV2 13
Y SY OEV3 OE2
12 OE3
15 PANEL_SW C SC U/D 11
KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW 1 SPR2 SPR2 R10 TC1 CPV U/D
14 10 CKV
KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R1 1 SPR1 SPR1 4.7K 22uF/16V C8 STV1
13
12 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R2 1 SPL2 SPL2
CLOSE TO HA4 LCDON R11 R12 NC/1K 0.1uF STV2
9
8
STVU
KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_R3 1 SPL1 SPL1 1K STVD
11 7 NC
10 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_R4 1 DC_IN DC VGH 6
KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C1 1 R44 13R R45 62R C9 CVBS1P VGH
D MAIN BOARD (4/5)
9
8 KEYSCAN_C3
KEYSCAN_C4
KEYSCAN_C2
KEYSCAN_C3
1
1
0.1uF DC_IN
CLOSE TO CN2 TP50
VGLOUT 4
5 NC
VEE
7 3 NC
6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 1 R14 2

FIN1
KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C5 1 D2 62R C11 L22 FB-30R C10 0.1uF R13 VGLOUT VCC
5 1 GND
4 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C6 1 VCC5V NC/BAV99 470pF NC/10K
3 KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C7 1

31
2 IR_P KEYSCAN_C8 1 C12 CVBS1M VGL R16
1 IR_IN IR_P 1 0.1uF R15 12K OP1 2K
IR_IN 1 FFC30_PVI080W
U1
PANEL_SW PSW TC2
TOP mount
1 OP1 VCC 8
wafer15_pin_1.0 KEYSCAN_R1 KR1 2 7 10uF/10V
KEYSCAN_R2 KR2 VCOMOUT R18 6.8K IN1+ IN1- OP2 R19
3 IN1+ IN2- 6
E KEYSCAN_R3
KEYSCAN_R4
KR3
KR4 VCOMDC R20 4.7K IN1-
4 VEE IN2+ 5 33R TP17
VCOM
KEYSCAN_C1 KC1 3414/SOP8 VCOM
KEYSCAN_C2 KC2

VS-
KEYSCAN_C3 KC3 VCCN6V
KEYSCAN_C4 KC4 C13
KEYSCAN_C5 KC5 C14 0.1uF 1000pF
KEYSCAN_C6 KC6
KEYSCAN_C7 KC7
KEYSCAN_C8 KC8
IR_P IRP
IR_IN IRIN CN4
MST_DEBUG
F
5

1
2
3 TFT_SCL Keep away of Analog Area
4 TFT_SDA VCOMOUT
C15 Y1 C16 AVDD_OPLL VDDC VCOMDC
20pF 12MHz 20pF
6

AVDD_DAC

0.1uF
VROUT

0.1uF
VGOUT
DEBUG PORT

1uF
VBOUT

VCOMOUT

VCOMDC
R22 1M C20

1uF
C19
0.1uF VDDP
VCC33V

C18

C22
AVDD_MPLL R23 4.7K
G VCC5V

C17
L9 U3 TS1117CW-3.3/SOT223 L10 C21 0.1uF
FB-30R FB-30R

0.1uF
3 VIN VOUT 2

C23
AVDD_MPLL 100
AVSS_FSCPLL 99
HSYNCIN 98
VSYNCIN 97
XTALIN 96
XTALOUT 95
AVDD_DAC 94
VCOMOUT 93
VCOMDC 92
VREP_DAC 91
VREM_DAC 90
AVSS_DAC 89
VB 88
AVDD_DAC 87
VG 86
AVSS_DAC 85
VR 84
AVDD_OPLL 83
AVSS_OPLL 82
GNDC1 81
VDDC1 80
MCUSEL 79
INTOUT 78
GNDP1 77
VDDP1 76

TP22

TP18
1 4 C26 C27 C29
GND FIN 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

+ + C34 AVDD_ADC
C33
TC4 TC5 0.1uF 1 75 T_CLK1 T_STH2 RN4 5 4 STH2
0.1uF AVSS_MPLL TCON15
47uF/10V 10uF/10V C25 2 74 T_CLK2 T_CLK1 33R 6 3 CLK1
1uF C28 AVSS_ADC1 TCON14 T_CLK3 T_CLK2 CLK2
3 VCLAMP TCON13 73 7 2
NC 4 72 T_STH2 T_CLK3 8 1 CLK3
VRM TCON12
H 5
6
VRP
AVDD_ADC1
TCON11
TCON10
71
70
T_STH1
T_OEH T_R/L RN2 5 4 R/L
CVBS2P 7 69 T_MOD TP23 33R 6 3
CVBS2M CVBS2P/S-CP TCON9 T_R/L T_OEH OEH
8 CVBS2M/S-CM TCON8 68 7 2
VCC5V AVDD_DAC CVBS1P 9 67 T_OEV1 T_STH1 8 1 STH1
CVBS1M CVBS1P/S-YP TCON7 T_OEV2
10 CVBS1M/S-YM TCON6 66
R49 AVDD_GMC C30 1uF T_OEV3 T_U/D RN3 U/D
5OHM 0603 5% VDDC
11
12
AVSS_GMC U4 TCON5 65
64 T_U/D T_OEV3 33R
5
6
4
3 OEV3
AVDD_PWM AVDD_GMC TCON4 T_CPV T_OEV2 OEV2
13 VDDC3 TCON3 63 7 2
C31 0.1uF T_STV2 T_OEV1 OEV1
R50
14
15
GNDC3 MST-79880M TCON2 62
61 T_STV1
8 1
CLKIN TCON1 RN5
2OHM 0603 5% 16 VD0 VDDP2 60 5 4
AVDD_GMC 17 59 C32 T_STV2 33R 6 3 STV2
VD1 GNDP2 0.1uF LCDON T_STV1 STV1
18 58 7 2
I R51
19
20
VD2
VD3
GPIO1
GPIO0 57
56
T_CPV 8 1 CPV
5OHM 0603 5% VD4 GPIO2
21 VD5 RESET 55
C35 22 54
2.2uF VD6 PWM1D
23 VD7 PWM2D 53
VDDP AVDD_PWM 24 52 VDDP
AVSS_PWM TESTIN

PWMOUT1

REF_PWM
VCC33V VDDP=3.3V for PVI080XU1 25 51 R47 NC/33R
AVDD_PWM RST_MCU

SENSE2

SENSE1
CP2_FB

CP1_FB
R27 33R

PGOOD

PWM3D
PWMOUT2

CP2_N

CP1_N
CP2_P

CP1_P
L15 R-10R L15 UNDER 10 OHM

SAR0
SAR1
SAR2

SDO
CSN
SCK

SDA
SCL
FB2

FB1

SDI

INT
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
J
-6V
C36 C54 VCCN6V PWM2 PGOOD TP39
1uF 1uF FBK2 RXD_SCL TP42
R29 TXD_SDA TP41
33R

TC6
D4 D5 10uF/10V CP2_FB
BAV99/S BAV99/S CP2_N
CP2_P
CP1_FB
K C43 C53
VDDC CP1_N
CP1_P
0.1uF 0.1uF L17 FB-30R REF_PWM
VCC25V
VCC5V Q4 L18 47uH-CDRH3D16/LD AVDD_OPLL
R36 APM2301-P
2R/1206 TP46
L19 R-10R
VGL VGL
AVDD_MPLL D8 D9 D6 R32
C51 D11 C52 TC9 R37 TP47 BAV99/S BAV99/S BAV99/S 33R
TP43 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF/10V 510R L20 FB-30R VGH VGH VGL
SD103AWS
PWM2 VCC5V D10 D7 R31
AVDD_ADC BAV99/S BAV99/S 33R
L PWM2 R38
33R
FBK2
L21 R-10R
VGH
TC7
R33
300K
22uF/16V
TP51 R39 TC10 R30
TC8
FBK2 470R 10uF/10V 22uF/16V 250K TP44TP45TP48TP49
C37 C38 C39 C40 C48 C41 C42
TP37TP38TP40 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF
R34 C49
CP2_N 33K 0.1uF