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SERVICE MANUAL

COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM


3 2004 MB161

HX-GX7
Area suffix J ----------------------------- U.S.A. C -------------------------- Canada

SP-HXGX7

CA-HXGX7

SP-HXGX7

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 3 4 5 PRECAUTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7 ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-37 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-41

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No.MB161 2004/3

SPECIFICATION
Amplifier section-CA-HXGX7 Output Power SUBWOOFERS MAIN SPEAKERS 180 W per channel, min. RMS, driven into 6 at 63 Hz with no more than 10 %total harmonic distortion. 80 W per channel, min. RMS, driven into 6 at 1 kHz with no more than 10 %total harmonic distortion. 300 mV/47 k SUBWOOFERS 6 - 16 MAIN SPEAKERS 6 - 16 Tuner FM tuning range AM tuning range CD player CD capacity Dynamic range Signal-to-noise ratio Wow and flutter MP3 recording format Max. Bit rate Cassette deck Frequency response General Power requirement Power consumption Dimensions (approx.) Mass (approx.) Type Speaker Systems Subwoofer Woofer Tweeter Power handling capacity Subwoofer Main speaker Impedance Frequency range Sound pressure level Dimensions (approx.) Mass (approx.) Subwoofer Main speaker Subwoofer Main speaker Subwoofer Main speaker AC 120 V , 60 Hz 245 W/310 VA (at operation) 26 W (on standby) 205 mm 370 mm 432 mm (W/H/D) (8 1/8 in. 14 5/8 in. 17 1/0 16 in.) 10.5 kg (23.2 lbs) Speaker section-SP-HXGX7 3-Way 4-Speaker Bass-Reflex Type 16 cm (6 5/16 in.) cone 1 12 cm (4 3/4 in.) cone 2 5 cm (2 in.) cone 1 360 (180 + 180) W 160 (80 + 80) W 6 6 27 Hz - 1000 Hz 70 Hz - 25 000 Hz 78 dB/Wm 88 dB/Wm 227 mm 432 mm 376 mm (W/H/D) (8 15/16 in. 17 1/16 in. 14 13/16 in.) 8 kg (17.7 lbs) each Normal (type I) Wow and flutter 50 Hz - 14 000 Hz 0.15 % (WRMS) 5 discs 87 dB 90 dB Immeasurable MPEG 1/2 Audio Layer 3 320 kbps 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz 530 kHz - 1 710 kHz

Audio input sensitivity/impedance (Measured at 1 kHz, with tape recording signal 300 mV) AUX Speakers/impedance

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

1-2 (No.MB161)

SECTION 1 PRECAUTION
1.1 Safety Precautions voltmeter. Move the resistor connection to each exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, and measure the AC voltage across the resistor. Now, reverse the plug in the AC outlet and repeat each measurement. Voltage measured any must not exceed 0.75 V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.5 mA AC (r.m.s.).
AC VOLTMETER (Having 1000 ohms/volts, or more sensitivity)

(1) This design of this product contains special hardware and many circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For continued protection, no changes should be made to the original design unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuits. Services should be performed by qualified personnel only. (2) Alterations of the design or circuitry of the product should not be made. Any design alterations of the product should not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void the manufacturers warranty and will further relieve the manufacture of responsibility for personal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. (3) Many electrical and mechanical parts in the products have special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in the Parts List of Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the schematics and by ( ) on the Parts List in the Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement which does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement parts shown in the Parts List of Service Manual may create shock, fire, or other hazards. (4) The leads in the products are routed and dressed with ties, clamps, tubings, barriers and the like to be separated from live parts, high temperature parts, moving parts and/or sharp edges for the prevention of electric shock and fire hazard. When service is required, the original lead routing and dress should be observed, and it should be confirmed that they have been returned to normal, after reassembling. (5) Leakage shock hazard testing After reassembling the product, always perform an isolation check on the exposed metal parts of the product (antenna terminals, knobs, metal cabinet, screw heads, headphone jack, control shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock.Do not use a line isolation transformer during this check. Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet. Using a "Leakage Current Tester", measure the leakage current from each exposed metal parts of the cabinet, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, to a known good earth ground. Any leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). Alternate check method Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet. Use an AC voltmeter having, 1,000 per volt or more sensitivity in the following manner. Connect a 1,500 10W resistor paralleled by a 0.15F AC-type capacitor between an exposed metal part and a known good earth ground. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with the AC

0.15 F AC TYPE
Place this probe on each exposed metal part.

1500
Good earth ground

10W

1.2

Warning

(1) This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards. (2) It is the legal responsibility of the repairer to ensure that these safety standards are maintained. (3) Repairs must be made in accordance with the relevant safety standards. (4) It is essential that safety critical components are replaced by approved parts. (5) If mains voltage selector is provided, check setting for local voltage.

1.3

Caution

Burrs formed during molding may be left over on some parts of the chassis. Therefore, pay attention to such burrs in the case of preforming repair of this system.

1.4

Critical parts for safety

In regard with component parts appearing on the silk-screen printed side (parts side) of the PWB diagrams, the parts that are printed over with black such as the resistor ( ), diode ( ) and ICP ( ) or identified by the " " mark nearby are critical for safety. When replacing them, be sure to use the parts of the same type and rating as specified by the manufacturer. (This regulation dose not Except the J and C version)

(No.MB161)1-3

1.5

Preventing static electricity

Electrostatic discharge (ESD), which occurs when static electricity stored in the body, fabric, etc. is discharged, can destroy the laser diode in the traverse unit (optical pickup). Take care to prevent this when performing repairs. 1.5.1 Grounding to prevent damage by static electricity Static electricity in the work area can destroy the optical pickup (laser diode) in devices such as laser products. Be careful to use proper grounding in the area where repairs are being performed. (1) Ground the workbench Ground the workbench by laying conductive material (such as a conductive sheet) or an iron plate over it before placing the traverse unit (optical pickup) on it. (2) Ground yourself Use an anti-static wrist strap to release any static electricity built up in your body.

(caption) Anti-static wrist strap


1M

(3) Handling the optical pickup In order to maintain quality during transport and before installation, both sides of the laser diode on the replacement optical pickup are shorted. After replacement, return the shorted parts to their original condition. (Refer to the text.) Do not use a tester to check the condition of the laser diode in the optical pickup. The tester's internal power source can easily destroy the laser diode.

Conductive material (conductive sheet) or iron palate

1.6

Handling the traverse unit (optical pickup)

(1) Do not subject the traverse unit (optical pickup) to strong shocks, as it is a sensitive, complex unit. (2) Cut off the shorted part of the flexible cable using nippers, etc. after replacing the optical pickup. For specific details, refer to the replacement procedure in the text. Remove the anti-static pin when replacing the traverse unit. Be careful not to take too long a time when attaching it to the connector. (3) Handle the flexible cable carefully as it may break when subjected to strong force. (4) I t is not possible to adjust the semi-fixed resistor that adjusts the laser power. Do not turn it.

1.7

Attention when traverse unit is decomposed

*Please refer to "Disassembly method" in the text for the pickup unit. Apply solder to the short land sections before the flexible wire is disconnected from the connecto on the servo board. (If the flexible wire is disconnected without applying solder, the pickup may be destroyed by static electricity.) In the assembly, be sure to remove solder from the short land sections after connecting the flexible wire.

Short round Pickup

Card wire

Flexible board

1-4 (No.MB161)

1.8

Importance administering point on the safety

F001

6.3A-125V

F101

F102

8A-125V
F104

3.15A-125V

8A-125V

Caution: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type 6.3 A/125 V for F001, 8 A/125 V for F101 and F102, 3.15 A/125 V for F104. This symbol specifies type of fast operating fuse. Precaution: Pour eviter risques de feux, remplacez le fusible de surete de F001 comme le meme type que 6,3 A/125 V, 8 A/125 V pour F101 et F102, et 3.15 A/125 V pour F104. ^ Ce sont des fusibles suretes qui functionnes rapide.

(No.MB161)1-5

SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS This service manual does not describe SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.

1-6 (No.MB161)

SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY
3.1 Main body section 3.1.1 Removing the metal cover (See Figs.1 to 3) (1) From the back side of the main body, remove the six screws A attaching the metal cover. (See Fig.1.) (2) From the both sides of the main body, remove the two screws B attaching the metal cover. (See Figs.2 and 3.) (3) Remove the metal cover from the main body while lifting the rear section of the metal cover in the direction of the arrow. (See Figs.2 and 3.)

Metal cover

A
Fig.1

Metal cover

B
Fig.2

Metal cover

B
Fig.3 (No.MB161)1-7

3.1.2 Removing the front panel assembly (See Figs.4 to 7) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover. (1) From the right side of the main body, disconnect the card wires from the connectors (CN43, CN44, CN802, CN803) on the main board. (See Fig.4.) (2) Disconnect the earth wire from the chassis base. (See Fig.4.) (3) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the parallel wires from the connectors (CN201, CN205) on the bridge board. (See Fig.5.) Reference: When reassembling, pass the parallel wire through the hole a on the plastic chassis before connecting the parallel wire to the connector CN201 on the bridge board. (See Fig.5.) Disconnect the earth wire from the chassis base. (See Fig.6.) From the both sides of the main body, remove the two screws C attaching the front panel assembly. (See Figs.4 and 6.) From the bottom side of the main body, remove the three screws D attaching the front panel assembly. (See Fig.7.) Release the joints b of the front panel assembly from the chassis base and remove the front panel assembly in the direction of the arrow. (See Figs.4,6 and 7.)

Bridge board

CN205 Parallel wire

CN201

(4) (5)

Parallel wire a Parallel wire Plastic chassis


Fig.5

(6) (7)

Front panel assembly

Front panel assembly

Card wires CN802

Main board

C C
Earth wire Chassis base Earth wire b CN43 CN803 Card wires CN44 Chassis base Fig.4
Fig.6

Front panel assembly

b
Fig.7

Chassis base

1-8 (No.MB161)

3.1.3 Removing the tuner (See Figs.8 and 9.) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover. (1) From the right side of the main body, disconnect the card wire from the connector CN560 on the main board. (See Fig.8.) (2) From the back side of the main body, remove the two screws E attaching the tuner to the rear panel. (See Fig.9.)

CN560

Card wires

Tuner Fig.8

Main board

Rear panel

Fig.9

(No.MB161)1-9

3.1.4 Removing the rear panel (See Figs.10 to 12) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover. (1) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the wire from the connector CN202 on the bridge board. (See Fig.10.) (2) From the back side of the main body, remove the screw F and two screws G attaching the rear cover. (See Fig.11.) (3) Release the sections d and remove the rear cover. (See Fig.11.) (4) Remove the screw H and eleven screws J attaching the rear panel. (See Fig.12.) (5) From the both sides of the main body, release the joints e attaching the rear panel to the chassis base and remove the rear panel with the fan. (See Fig.12.) 3.1.5 Removing the fan (See Figs.10 to 12) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover. (1) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the wire from the connector CN202 on the bridge board. (See Fig.10.) (2) From the back side of the main body, remove the screw F and two screws G attaching the rear cover. (See Fig.11.) (3) Remove the two screws K attaching the fan. (See Fig.12.) (4) Take out the fan from the main body.

Bridge board CN202

Fig.10

F
d d

d
Fig.11

Rear cover

Rear panel

J
Fan

K H

J
e

J J
Fig.12

1-10 (No.MB161)

3.1.6 Removing the main board (See Figs.13 and 14) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and rear panel. Reference: Remove the tuner as required. (1) From the right side of the main body, disconnect the card wires from the connectors (CN43, CN44, CN661, CN802, CN803) on the main board. (See Fig.13.) (2) Remove the two screws L attaching the main board. (See Fig.14.) (3) Disconnect the connector CN217 on the main board toward this side and disconnect the connector CN501 on the main board in the direction of the arrow. (See Fig.14.) Reference: When attaching the main board, insert the sections f of the bridge board in the hole of the main board. (See Fig.14.) Insert the section g of the main board in the hole of the chassis base before attaching the screws L.

Card wires

Main board CN803 CN802

CN661

Card wires Bridge board f

CN44 Fig.13

CN43 Main board

L
CN217

CN501

Main board

g Chassis base
Fig.14

(No.MB161)1-11

3.1.7 Removing the main amplifier board/subwoofer amplifier boards (See Figs.15 to 17) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover, rear panel and main board. (1) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the wires from the connector (CN206, CN208) on the bridge board. (See Fig.15.) (2) From the back side of the main body, disconnect the connectors (CN600, CN700) on the main amplifier/subwoofer amplifier boards from the connection board in the direction of the arrow. (See Fig.16.) (3) From the side of the main amplifier/subwoofer amplifier boards, remove the tie band bundling the wires. (See Fig.17.) Reference: After reassembling, bundle the wires with the tie band. (See Fig.17.) (4) Remove the two screws M and screw N attaching the main amplifier board. (See Fig.17.) (5) Removing the two screws P and screw Q attaching the subwoofer amplifier board. (See Fig.17.)

Bridge board Wires

CN208
Fig.15

CN206

Main amplifier board Subwoofer amplifier board

Heat sink

CN606 Connection board


Fig.16

CN700

Tie band

Wires

M P Q
Subwoofer amplifier board Fig.17

N
Main amplifier board

1-12 (No.MB161)

3.1.8 Removing the connection board (See Fig.18.) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, rear panel, main board and main amplifier/subwoofer amplifier boards. (1) From the top side of the main body, remove the two screws R attaching the connection board on the chassis base. Reference: When reassembling, attach the connection board to the section h and align the projection i of the chassis base to the hole of the connection board.

Connection board

Chassis base
3.1.9 Removing the bridge board (See Figs.19 and 20) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover, rear panel and main board. (1) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the wires from the connectors (CN206, CN208, CN214) on the bridge board. (See Fig.19.) Reference: After connecting the wire to the connector CN214, fix the wire with the wire holder. (See Fig.19.) (2) Disconnect the parallel wires from the connectors (CN201, CN205, CN213) on the bridge board. (See Fig.19.) (3) Remove the two screws S attaching the bridge board on the 5CD changer mechanism assembly. (See Fig.20.) (4) Bend the claw j in the direction of the arrow and remove the bridge board in an upward direction. (See Fig.20.) Reference: When attaching the bridge board, align the projections (k,m) in the hole of the bridge board. (See Fig.20.) When reassembling, pass the wires through the sections (n, p) of the plastic chassis. (See Fig.19.)

R
Fig.18

Bridge board Wires CN208 CN205 Parallel wire

CN214

CN206

CN201 CN213

p Wire holder

Fig.19

Bridge board k m

5CD changer mechanism assembly

Fig.20

(No.MB161)1-13

3.1.10 Removing the 5CD changer mechanism assembly (See Figs.21 and 23) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover, rear panel, main board and bridge board. (1) From the both sides of the main body, remove the two screws T attaching the 5CD changer mechanism assembly to the front panel assembly. (See Figs.21 and 22.) (2) Take out the 5CD changer mechanism assembly from the main body. Reference: When attaching the 5CD changer mechanism assembly, pass the wires through the sections (n, p) of the plastic chassis. (See Fig.22.) (3) From the both and top sides of the 5CD changer mechanism assembly, remove the two screws U and screw V attaching the main chassis. (See Fig.23.) (4) From the top side of the 5CD changer mechanism assembly, remove the three screws W and screw X attaching the 5CD changer mechanism assembly on the plastic chassis. Reference: When reassembling, align the projections (q,r,s) of the plastic chassis to the holes of the 5CD changer mechanism assembly before attaching the screws W and X. (See Fig.23.) Align the projections t of the plastic chassis to the holes of the main chassis before attaching the screw V. (See Fig.23.)

Front panel assembly 5CD changer mechanism assembly

T
Fig.21

Front panel assembly 5CD changer mechanism assembly Wires

n
Fig.22

T W

5CD changer mechanism assembly

Main chassis

t t

Plastic chassis

V
Earth wire

W
r s

U
Fig.23

1-14 (No.MB161)

3.1.11 Removing the primary board (See Figs.19,21,22,24 and 25) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover, rear panel and main board. (1) From the top side of the main body, disconnect the wires from the connectors (CN206, CN208, CN214) on the bridge board. (See Fig.19.) Reference: After connecting the wire to the connector CN214, fix the wire with the wire holder. (See Fig.19.) (2) Disconnect the parallel wires from the connectors (CN201, CN205, CN213) on the bridge board. (See Fig.19.) (3) From the both sides of the main body, remove the two screws T attaching the 5CD changer mechanism assembly to the front panel assembly. (See Figs.21 and 22.) Reference: It is not necessary to remove the bridge board from the 5CD changer mechanism assembly. (4) Take out the 5CD changer mechanism assembly with the bridge board from the main body. Reference: When attaching the 5CD changer mechanism assembly, pass the wires through the sections (m, n) of the 5CD changer mechanism assembly. (See Fig.22.) (5) From the top and left sides of the main body, remove the four screws Y and screw Z attaching the primary board on the chassis base. (See Figs.24 and 25.) (6) From the forward side of the primary board, disconnect the power cord from the connector CN200. (See Fig.25.)

Primary board

Chassis base Fig.24

Primary board CN200

Power cord

Chassis base
Fig.25

3.1.12 Removing the FL board (See Fig.26) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the soldered sections (u, v) on the FL board to remove the parallel wires. (2) Disconnect the card wire from the connector CN902 on the FL board. (3) Remove the four screws AA attaching the FL board. Reference: When attaching the FL board, align the projections w of the front panel assembly in the holes of the FL board before attaching the screws AA.

Front panel assembly w

FL board

AA

AA

AA
u

AA
v

Card wire Parallel wire

CN902 Parallel wire

Fig.26

(No.MB161)1-15

3.1.13 Removing the switch board (See Fig.27) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the three screws AB attaching the switch board. (2) Take out the switch board and remove the soldered section x on the switch board to remove the parallel wire. Reference: When attaching the switch board, align the projections y in the holes of the switch board before attaching the screws AB. 3.1.14 Removing the standby LED board (See Fig.27) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the two screws AC attaching the standby LED board. (2) Take out the standby LED board and remove the soldered section z on the standby LED board to remove the parallel wire. Reference: When attaching the standby LED board, align the projections aa in the holes of the standby LED board before attaching the screws AC. 3.1.15 Removing the encoder board (See Figs.26 to 29) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the outside of the front panel assembly, pull out the knobs toward this side. (See Fig.28.) (2) Remove the nut attaching the encoder board. (See Fig.28.) (3) From the inside of the front panel assembly, disconnect the card wire from the connector CN902 on the FL board. (See Fig.26.) (4) Remove the four screws AA, three screws AB and two screws AC attaching the each board. (See Figs.26 and 27.) (5) Take out the FL board with the switch and standby LED boards. Reference: It is not necessary to remove the parallel wires. (6) Remove the ten screws AD attaching the encoder board. (See Fig.29.) Reference: When attaching the encoder board, align the projections ab of the front panel assembly in the holes of the encoder board before attaching the screws AD. (See Fig.29.)

Front panel assembly

AB
y

aa

AC
aa

AB AB
y

AC
z

Parallel wires Switch board Front panel assembly Standby LED board
Fig.27

Knobs

Nut

Fig.28

Front panel assembly

Encoder board

AD
ab

AD
ab

AD

AD
Fig.29

1-16 (No.MB161)

3.1.16 Removing the microphone board (See Fig.30) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the six screws AE and screw AE attaching the microphone board. Reference: When attaching the microphone board, align the projections ac of the front panel assembly in the holes of the microphone board before attaching the screws AE and AE. When attaching the screw AE', attach it with the wire holder.

Microphone board

AE
ac

AE
ac

AE
ac

Wire holder

AE

AE'

Wire

Front panel assembly Fig.30


3.1.17 Removing the headphone board (See Fig.31) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the screw AF attaching the headphone board. (2) Remove the wire holder fixing the wire and take out the headphone board. Reference: After attaching the headphone board, fix the wire with the wire holder. 3.1.18 Removing the cassette mechanism assembly (See Fig.31) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and front panel assembly. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the two screws AG and two screws AH attaching the cassette mechanism assembly. Reference: When attaching the cassette mechanism assembly, align the projections (ad,ae) in the holes of the cassette mechanism assembly.

Front panel assembly Cassette mechanism assembly

Wire holder ad

AG

AH
Wire

AF
ae

AG

AH
Fig.31

Headphone board

(No.MB161)1-17

3.2

CD changer mechanism

3.2.1 Removing the tray assembly (See Fig.1 ~ 5) (1) Remove the two screws A from the top cover and release the two joints a on both sides of the body. (2) Remove the top cover with the two rods attached to the top cover and lifter assembly respectively. (3) Remove the open det lever on the left side of the body. (4) Push part b of the slide (R) assembly on the right side of the body to unlock the tray assembly. Draw out the trays toward the front. Attention: The tray can be locked if all tray assemblies are attached. (5) From top of the body, move the stopper tab c in the direction of the arrow and release. Pull out the tray assemblies from the body. Caution: Remove the tray assembly from top tray 5 in order. Attention: When reattaching the sub tray of the tray assembly, or when removing the CD remaining inside, refer to another section. Fig.3

Open det lever

Top cover

a
Lifter assembly

Tray assembly (Tray 5)

b
Fig.4

Rod

Fig.1

Rod

Top cover

Lifter assembly Fig.2


Fig.5 1-18 (No.MB161)

3.2.2 Removing the servo control board (See Fig.6 ~ 9) Caution: Solder the short-circuit point on the pickup before disconnecting the card wire extending from the pickup. If you do not follow this instruction, the pickup may be damaged. (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN251 and each wire from connector CN252, CN253 and CN602 on the servo control board on the bottom of the body. Disconnect the wire from joint d. (2) Solder the short round point on the flexible board of the pick up. (3) Remove the four screws B and turn the servo control board as shown in the figure. (4) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN601 on the servo control board.Caution: Unsolder the short-circuit point after reassembling. Caution: When reassembling, twist the wires to be connected to connector CN252 and CN253 twice. 3.2.3 Removing the switch board (See Fig.9) (1) Disconnect the wires from connector CN252 and CN253 on the servo control board. (2) Remove the screw C attaching the switch board. (3) Release the wires from the slot e of the switch board. Caution: When reassembling, let the wires through the slot e of the switch board and twist them twice.

Card wire Short round

Flexible board Pickup


Fig.7

Card wire

CN601

Servo control board

B
CN602 CN253

Servo control board


Fig.8

d B

CN252

Servo control board CN253

B
CN251

e
CN252

Switch board

Fig.6

Switch board

C
Fig.9

(No.MB161)1-19

3.2.4 Removing the motor board (See Fig.10 , 11) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board. (1) Turn over the body and remove the two screws D. Move the CD module bkt. in the direction of the arrow to release two joints f. (2) Unsolder the four soldered parts on the motor of the motor board. Caution: If removing the motor board with the motor, you should remove the screws attaching the motor from top of the body(Refer to another section). (3) Remove the two screws E attaching the motor board. (4) Remove the spacer fixing the motor board and tray switch board, and disconnect connector CN2 on the motor board. (5) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN1 on the motor board. Caution: When reconnecting the card wire, let the card wire through the slot g of the motor board and attach it to the bottom of the body using a double tape.

CD Module braket

Fig.10

Spacer Soldering point CN2

E
Motor

CN1

Double face tape

g
Card wire

Fig.11

1-20 (No.MB161)

3.2.5 Removing the CD tramecha assembly (See Fig.12) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board. (1) Turn over the body and remove the three screws F attaching the tramecha.

F F

CD Tramecha assembly Fig.12

(No.MB161)1-21

3.2.6 Removing the pickup (See Fig.13 , 14) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board and CD tramecha assembly. (1) From top of the CD tramecha assembly, turn the cam gear in the direction of the arrow to move the pickup assembly outward. (2) Push down the stopper h in the direction of the arrow and pull out the shaft. (3) Release the joint i of the pickup assembly and mecha base. (4) Remove the screw G attaching the CD rack. Release the four tabs j at the bottom of the CD rack.

Mecha base

i
Pickup assembly

Shaft Cam gear Shaft Stopper Shaft

Stopper
Fig.13

CD lack

G
Pickup

j
Fig.14

1-22 (No.MB161)

3.2.7 Removing the side (L)/ tray switch board (See Fig.15 ~ 17) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly. (1) Remove the two screws H attaching the side (L) on top of the body. (2) From the side of the body, remove the spacer fixing the tray switch board and motor board. Disconnect connector CN3 on the tray switch board and detach the side (L) upward. (3) Remove the screw J attaching the tray switch board. (4) Push the joint tab k of the side (L) in the direction of the arrow and remove the tray switch board outward, then release joint l.

Side (L)

Fig.15

H H

CN3

Spacer

Side (L)
Fig.16

k
Side (L)

l J

Tray switch board Fig.17

(No.MB161)1-23

3.2.8 Removing the side (R) assembly (See Fig.18 ~ 22) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly. (1) Push and release the two tabs m of the gear cover through the two notches inside the side (R) assembly. Remove the gear cover outward. (2) Remove the spring attached to part n of the hook on the right side of the body. (3) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the elevator cam rearward.Move the two slots o and joint p of the elevator cam as shown in Fig.21 and remove the elevator cam outward. (4) Remove the three screws K and detach the side (R) upward. Caution: When reattaching the side (R) assembly, make sure to fit the shaft (part q) into the slot of the select lever.

Side (R) assembly

Fig.20

Spring

n
Elevator cam

K o p
Fig.21

Side (R) assembly

o K

K
Fig.18

Side (R) assembly

Side (R) assembly Sprihg

1 gear

K n
Fig.22

Gear cover Elevator com Fig.19


1-24 (No.MB161)

3.2.9 Removing the lifter assembly (See Fig.23 ~ 27) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly and side (L)/ side (R) assembly. (1) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the lifter assembly upward as shown in Fig.24. (2) From top of the body, turn the 2 gear clockwise to move the hook toward the front until it stops. (3) Move the hook stopper in the direction of the arrow while pushing the tab r of the hook stopper to unlock it. Release four joints s to detach from the rack holder. Release the rod from part t. (4) Turn the 1 gear clockwise again to move the lifter assembly upward. (5) Remove the lifter assembly from the body upward at position u where the four pins on the right and left sides of the lifter assembly fit to the notches of the v. Move the lifter assembly toward the front and release from the hook.

Hook

t s
Rod

s r s

2 gear

1 gear

Hook stopper
Fig.25

Lifter assembly 1 gear

Hook stopper

Hook

Lifter assembly

u v
Fig.26

Fig.23

Lifter assembly

Lifter assembly 1 gear

2 gear

Hook stopper

Hook Fig.24

v
Fig.27

(No.MB161)1-25

3.2.10 Removing the rack holder assembly/ sensor assembly (See Fig.28 ~ 33) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly, side (L)/ side (R) assembly, lifter assembly. Attention: If the slide gear of the body places at joint w of the rack holder assembly, turn the 1 gear counterclockwise to move the slide gear toward the front. Remove the rack holder assembly. (1) Remove the three screws J attaching the rack holder assembly. Release joint w from the notch. Caution: When reattaching the rack holder assembly, do not nip the wire x extending from the sensor assembly. Remove the two screws M attaching the sensor assembly. Move the sensor assembly in the direction of the arrow to release from the slot at joint y. Remove the spring attached to the bottom of the sensor assembly from the boss z on the sensor slider. Remove the screw N and O attaching the sensor board and SV resister respectively.If necessary, unsolder the sensor board.

1 gear

Rack holder assembly

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

Caution: When reattaching the SV resister, attach the sensor slider to the sensor bracket and fit the lever on the bottom of the SV resister into slot a of the sensor slider. Caution: When reattaching the rack holder assembly, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the slide gear and slide lever inside the body rearward. Let the wire extending from the sensor assembly through notch x to the bottom of the body. Fit pin cof the slide lever into hole b of the sensor slider on the bottom of the sensor assembly while attaching the spring to the boss z of the sensor slider. Engage joint y of the sensor assembly to the notch of the body.

w
Fig.28

Rack holder assembly

Rack holder assembly

Fig.29

1-26 (No.MB161)

x
SV resister

N
Soldering point Sensor board

Sensor assembly

z
Sensor braket

M y
Fig.30

a'

Sensor slider
Fig.32

Spring

M
Sensor assembly

a'
Sensor slider

b'

Spring

y
Slide gear

b' z

z
Fig.31

c'
Spring Fig.33 Slide lever

(No.MB161)1-27

3.2.11 Removing the motor (See Fig.34 ,35) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board and top cover. Attention: You need not to remove the tray assembly, and in such case, move it. (1) Remove the two belts on top of the body. (2) Remove the four screws N attaching the motor. (3) Remove the motor board from the bottom of the body. (Refer to the section Removing the motor board.) Attention: When removing the motor board with the motor, you need not to unsolder four soldered parts. Caution: When reattaching the motor, turn the side where the label should be put to the front side.

Motor

Motor

N
Belt

N
Belt

Fig.34

Label

Fig.35

1-28 (No.MB161)

3.2.12 Taking out the CD in play mode (See Fig.36 ~ 39) Attention: Refer to Removing the tray assembly. (1) Remove the top cover upward. (2) Unlock the tray assembly and draw out the tray assembly toward the front. (3) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the lifter assembly upward. (4) From top of the body, turn the 2 gear clockwise to move the sub tray remaining inside the lifter assembly toward the front, then pull out. (5) Take out the CD on the sub tray. (6) After clearing away the CD, insert the sub tray into the main tray. Caution: When reattaching the sub tray, move the tray stopper on the bottom of the main tray in the direction of the arrow to lock the sub tray certainly. (7) Push the tray assembly toward the body and reattach.

Tray assembly

Sub tray
Fig.37

Tray stopper

Main tray

Tray assembly

2 gear

1 gear

Sub tray

Sub tray Fig.38

Fig.36

Tray stopper

Fig.39 (No.MB161)1-29

3.3

Cassette mechanism assembly

3.3.1 Removing the Play/Record & Clear head (See Fig.1~3) (1) While moving the trigger arm on the right side of the head mount in the direction of the arrow, turn the flywheel R counterclockwise until the head mount comes ahead and clicks. (2) The head turns counterclockwise as you turn the flywheel R counterclockwise (See Fig.2 and 3). (3) Disconnect the flexible wire from connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (4) Remove the spring from the back of the head. (5) Loosen the azimuth screw for reversing attaching the head. (6) Remove the head on the front side of the head mount.

Cassette mechanism assembly

Fly wheelR

Head mount
Fig.1

Trigger arm

Head

Fly wheel R
Fig.2

Head Flexible wire

Azimuth screw for reversing

Spring

CN31 Head amplifer & mecha control board Fig.3

1-30 (No.MB161)

3.3.2 Removing the head amplifier & mechanism control board (See Fig.4) (1) Turn over the cassette mechanism assembly and remove the three screws A attaching the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (2) Disconnect the flexible wire from connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (3) Disconnect connector CN32 of the head amplifier & mechanism control board from connector CN1 on the reel pulse board.REFERENCE: If necessary, unsolder the 4-pin wire soldered to the main motor. 3.3.3 Removing the main motor (See Fig.4~7) (1) Remove the two screws B . (2) Half raise the motor and remove the capstan belt from the motor pulley. ATTENTION: Be careful to keep the capstan belt from grease. When reassembling, refer to Fig.6 and 7 for attaching the capstan belt.

Main motor assembly Capstan belt

Fig.5

Head amplifier & mecha control board

Main motor assembly

CN32 4pin wire

Motor pulley

CN31 Flexible wire

Capstan belt
Fig.6

Main motor assembly Main motor assembly


Fig.4

Fly wheel

Capstan belt
Fig.7

Motor pulley

(No.MB161)1-31

3.3.4 Removing the flywheel (See Fig.8, 9) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the head amplifier & mechanism control board and the main motor assembly. (1) From the front side of the cassette mechanism, remove the slit washers attaching the capstan shaft L and R. Pull out the flywheels backward.

Fly wheel R
Fig.8

Fly wheel L Fly wheel L

Fly wheel R

Capstan shaft R

Capstan shaft L

Slit washer Fig.9


3.3.5 Removing the reel pulse board and solenoid (See Fig.10) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (1) Remove the screw C. (2) Release the tab a, b, c, d and e retaining the reel pulse board. (3) Release the tab f and g attaching the solenoid on the reel pulse board. (4) The reel pulse board and the solenoid come off.

a
Solenoid

Reel pulse board

g C

Fig.10

1-32 (No.MB161)

3.3.6 Reattaching the Play/ Record & Clear head (See Fig.11~13) (1) Reattaching the head mount assembly. a) Change front of the direction cover of the head mount assembly to the left (Turn the head forward). b) Fit the bosses O', P', Q', U' and V' on the head mount assembly to the holes P and V, the slots O, U and Q of the mechanism sub assembly (See Fig.11 to 13). CAUTION: To remove the head mount assembly, turn the direction cover to the left to disengage the gear. If the gear can not be disengaged easily, push up the boss Q' slightly and raise the rear side of the head mounts slightly to return the direction lever to the reversing side. (2) Tighten the azimuth screw for reversing. (3) Reattach the spring from the back of the Play/ Record & Clear head. (4) Connect the flexible wire to connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board.

O' P' V'

U'
Head mount assembly Fig.11
Head mount assembly

Q'

Direction cover

O PQ V U

Direction cover

Fig.12

Head

Azimuth screw for reversing Head mount

Spring Flexible wire

CN31
Fig.13

Head amplifier & mechanism control board

(No.MB161)1-33

3.4

Speaker section

3.4.1 Removing the side panel assembly (See Fig.1) (1) From the side of the speaker main body, remove the seven screws A and screw B attaching the side panel assembly .

A A

A
Fig.1 3.4.2 Removing the subwoofer (See Fig.2) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the side panel assembly. (1) Remove the four screws C attaching the subwoofer. (2) From the back side of the subwoofer, disconnect the red and black wires from the terminal.

Side panel assembly

Subwoofer

Terminal

Red wire
Fig.2

Black wire

1-34 (No.MB161)

3.4.3 Removing the front panel assembly (See Figs.3 and 4) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the side panel assembly. (1) Remove the four screws D attaching the front panel assembly. (See Fig.3.) (2) Release the two joints a. (See Fig.3.) Caution: When removing the front panel assembly from the speaker main body, do not break or damage them that are glued at the joints a. (See Fig.3.) (3) From the inside of the front panel assembly, disconnect the yellow and black wires from the two terminals on the tweeter. (See Fig.3.) 3.4.4 Removing the tweeter (See Fig.4) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side panel and front panel assemblies. (1) From the inside of the front panel assembly, remove the two screws E attaching the tweeter.

Front panel assembly

D
Fig.3

Front panel assembly

Tweeter

E
Black wire Yellow wire

Terminals Fig.4

(No.MB161)1-35

3.4.5 Removing the top woofer (See Fig.5) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the side panel and front panel assemblies. (1) Remove the four screws F attaching the top woofer. (2) From the back side of the top woofer, disconnect the red and black wires from the terminal.

Top woofer

Terminal

Black wire
Fig.5 3.4.6 Removing the bottom woofer (See Fig.6) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove the side panel and front panel assemblies. (1) Remove the four screws G attaching the bottom woofer. (2) From the back side of the bottom woofer, disconnect the black, red and blue wires from the terminal respectively.

Red wire

Bottom woofer

Terminal Black wire Black wire Blue wire

Red wire
Fig.6

1-36 (No.MB161)

SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT
4.1 Measurement Instruments Required for Adjustment 4.2.2 Tuner section Voltage applied to tuner +B : DC5.7V VT : DC 12V AM : Standard loop antenna FM : TP1 (hot) and TP2 (GND) (1) Low frequency oscillator This oscillator should have a capacity to output 0dBs to 600 at an oscillation frequency of 50Hz-20kHz. (2) Attenuator impedance : 600 (3) Electronic voltmeter (4) Distortion meter (5) Frequency counter (6) Wow & flutter meter (7) Test tape VT703L : Head azimuth VT712 : Tape speed and running unevenness (3kHz) VT724 : Reference level (1kHz) (8) Blank tape TYPE l : AC-225 TYPE ll : AC-514 (9) Torque gauge : For play and back tension FWD(TW2111A), REV(TW2121a) and FF/REW(TW2231A) (10) Test disc: CTS-1000 4.2 Measurement conditons AC 120V ~, 60Hz Speaker : 0.775V/4 Headphone : 0.077V/32 at Speaker J3002 4

Reference measurement output 26.1mV(0.28V)/3 Input positions

4.2.3 Standard measurement position of volume Function switch Beat cut switch Super Bass/Active hyper Bass Bass Treble to Tape to Cut to OFF to Center

Adjustment of main volume to reference output VOL : 0.775V Precautions for measurement (1) Apply 30pF and 33k to the IF sweeper output side and 0.082 F and 100k in series to the sweeper input side. (2) The IF sweeper output level should be made as low as possible within the adjustable range. (3) Since the IF sweeper is a fixed device, there is no need to adjust this sweeper. (4) Since a ceramic oscillator is used, there is no need to perform any MIX adjustment. (5) Since a fixed coil is used, there is no need to adjust the FM tracking. (6) The input and output earth systems are separated. In case of simultaneously measuring the voltage in both of the input and output systems with an electronic voltmeter for two channels, therefore, the earth should be connected particularly carefully. (7) In the case of BTL connection amp., the minus terminal of speaker is not for earthing. Therefore, be sure not to connect any other earth terminal to this terminal. This system is of an BTL system. (8) For connecting a dummy resistor when measuring the output, use the wire with a greater code size. (9) Whenever any mixed tape is used, use the band pass filter (DV-12).

Power supply voltage Reference output

Reference frequency and input level 1kHz, AUX : -8dBs Measurement output terminal Load resistance 4.2.1 Radio Input signal AM frequency AM modulation FM frequency FM frequency deviation 400Hz 30% 400Hz 22.5kHz

(No.MB161)1-37

4.3

Cassette mechanism adjustment

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Forward side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Reverse side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Forward side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Reverse side)

CN31 R/P head, Erase head

Mecha control board Motor speed VR37

P1 SW2 SW1 D1 FW100 IC1 SW6 CN33 C374 PP300 R343 R341 C376 R310 R208 C207 R108 CN34 R105 VR37 R371 CN1 SW5

Q305

R313

CN32 D375 R342 R340 Q371

Q302 R315

C107 C310

C105 C205 R372 R205 R206 R210 Q372

Q375 Q376 R338 C371 R376 R375 R337

BIAS adjust VR31


C308 R327 VR31

C314 R301 R110 R106 C313 R314 C316 C301 C319 C121 C221 R104 D340

C307

C206

R335 L301 R353 L303 C113 R302 Q343 R102 R121 R221 R303 R345 R306 R339 R304 C103 C104 R344 Q342 Q345 Q344 C106 C304

R305

C331

C300 R216 R204 C213 R201 C203 C102 C101 R202 C340 C341 C204 C201 C210 IC33 R109 C110 C120 R346 R107 R116 C220 C109 R207 W1 Q346 CN31 R101

IC32 R336

C306

C202

C342 W1 C209 R347

Q347

1-38 (No.MB161)

4.3.1 Mechanism section Item Head azimuth Condition Test tape :VT703L (8kHz) Output terminal :Speaker out Measurement method Ref. value Adjustment position

(1) Playback the test tape VT703L (8kHz). Maximum output Only adjust (2) Adjust to maximum output level by aziat changed muth adjustment screw for forward side head and reverse side. (3) This adjustment is adjust by adjustment screw of forward side and adjustment screw of reverse side.

Tape speed

Test tap Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at end of 2,940 ~ 3,090Hz VR37 :VT712 (3kHz) forward side,adjust to 2,940~3,90Hz indication Output terminal of frequency counter by VR37. :Speaker out or Headphone out Condition Measurement method Ref. value Adjustment position VR31

Item Tape speed diviation at FWD/ REV Wow & Flutter

Test tape Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at end of Leass than : VT712 (3kHz) forward and reverse, tape speed deviation 6.0Hz Output terminal should be less than 6.0Hz. :Speaker out or Headphone out Test tape Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at start of Less than 0.25% : VT712 (3kHz) forward and reverse, Wow & Flutter are should (WRMS) Output terminal be less than 0.25%(WRMS). :Speaker out or Headphone out

(No.MB161)1-39

4.3.2 Electrical adjustment Item Recording BIAS adjustment Condition Forward or Reverse Test tape : AC-514 TYPE ll : AC-225 TYPE l Output termina Recording head Measurement method (1) Set the test tape(AC-514 TYPE ll and AC-225 TYPE l), then make REC/ PAUSE condition. (2) Connect 100 to recording head by series, then connect to VTVM for measurement the current. (3) After setting, start the recording by release the PAUSE, in this time bias current adjust to next fig. by VR31 for Lch and VR32 for Rch. 4.0 A (TYPE ll) and 4.20 A (TYPE l). Ref. value AC-225 : 4.20A AC-514 : 4.0A Adjustment position VR31

R/P playback frequency response

Reference frequency : 1kHz / 10kHz (Reference: -20dB) Test tape : AC-514 TYPE ll Input terminal : OSC IN

(1) Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE ), then Output deviation VR31 1kHz/10kHz make REC/PAUSE condition. (2) Release the PAUSE, then start recording : -1dB 2dB the 1kHz and 10kHz of reference frequency from oscillator. (3) Playback the recorded position, 1kHz and 10kHz output deviation should -1dB 2dB to readjust by VR31 for Lch and VR32 for Rch.

4.3.3 Electrical response confirmation Item Recording bias current Condition Forward or Reverse Test tape : TYPE ll (AC-514) Measurement terminal : BIAS test point on printed circuit board Measurement method Ref. value Adjustment position

(1) Change BIAS1 and 2, confirm the fre100 kHz 6 kHz quency should be change. (2) Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE ll), then make REC/PAUSE condition. (3) Confirm the frequency should 100Hz 6kHz at BIAS test point on printed circuit board. (1) Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE ll and AC-225 TYPE l), then make REC/ PAUSE condition. (2) Release the PAUSE to REC condition, connect 1W to ERASE head by series, then confirm the erase current at both side of erase head. TYPE ll : 120 mA TYPE l : 75 mA

Erase current (ref- Forward or Reverse erence value) Rec condition Test tape : AC-514 TYPE ll : AC-225 TYPE l Measurement terminal Both side of Erase head

1-40 (No.MB161)

SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Flow of functional operation untill TOC read

Check Point

Power ON

Play Key

Slider turns REST SW ON.

Confirm that the voltage at the pin5 of CN801 is "H"\"L"\"H".

Automatic tuning of TE offset


Check that the voltage at the pin40 of IC651 is + 5V?

Laser ON

Detection of disc

Automatic tuning of Focus offset

Automatic measurement of Focus S-curve amplitude

Confirm that the Focus error S-cuve signal at the pin28 of IC651 is approx.2Vp-p Confirm that the signal from pin24 IC651 is 0V as a accelerated pulse during approx.400ms.

Disc is rotated
Tracking error waveform at TOC reading pin 25 of IC601(TE)
Approx 1.8V

Approx.3sec

Focus servo ON (Tracking servo ON) Automatic measurement of Tracking error amplitude

VREF

Disc states to rotate

Tracking servo off states

Tracking servo on states

Disc to be braked to stop TOC reading finishes 500mv/div 2ms/div Fig.1

Confirm the waveform of the Tracking error signal. at the pin 25 of IC601 (R604) (See fig-1)

Automatic measurement of TE amplitude and automatic tuning of TE balance

Automatic tuning of Tracking error balance

Automatic tuning of Focus error balance Automatic tuning of Focus error gain

Automatic tuning of Tracking error gain Confirm the eye-pattern at the lead of TP1

TOC reading

Play a disc
(No.MB161)1-41

5.2

Maintenance of laser pickup (CD)

5.3

Replacement of laser pickup (CD)

(1) Cleaning the pick up lens Before you replace the pick up, please try to clean the lens with a alcohol soaked cotton swab. (2) Life of the laser diode When the life of the laser diode has expired, the following symptoms will appear. The level of RF output (EFM output : ampli tude of eye pattern) will below.

Turn off the power switch and, disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet.

Replace the pickup with a normal one. (Refer to "Removing the CD pickup" on the previous page)

Is RF output 1.25 0.22Vp-p?

NO Replace it. Plug the power cord in, and turn the power on. At this time, check that the laser emits for about 3 seconds and the objective lens moves up and down. Note: Do not observe the laser beam directly.

YES O.K
(3) Semi-fixed resistor on the APC PC board The semi-fixed resistor on the APC printed circuit board which is attached to the pickup is used to adjust the laser power. Since this adjustment should be performed to match the characteristics of the whole optical block, do not touch the semi-fixed resistor. If the laser power is lower than the specified value, the laser diode is almost worn out, and the laser pickup should be replaced. If the semi-fixed resistor is adjusted while the pickup is functioning normally, the laser pickup may be damaged due to excessive current.

Play a disc.

Check the eye-pattern at TP1.

Finish.

1-42 (No.MB161)

5.4

Service mode

5.4.1 Confirming contents (1) System micon reset (2) System micon cold start (3) FL display check (4) Micon version check 5.4.2 Confirming methods

1. System micon reset When CD mechanism stuck, this may solve the problem without removing/inserting power cord.
Press the STANDBY/ON, CANCEL and buttons on the main unit simultaneously.

System micon is initialized.


2. System micon cold start This function clears all user setting, and return to initial setting. Daily timer, REC timer Tuner preset SEA preset Last condition (Source, Volume)
While pressing both the CANCEL and buttons on the main unit, insert the power cord in an outlet Operating method using a remote controller Press the VOLUME UP, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons twice on the remote controller at standby.

This unit returns to initial setting.


3. FL display check This enables all FL segment light up.
Press the VOLUME DOWN, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons on the remote controller at standby.

All of the FL displays light up.

(No.MB161)1-43

4. Micon version check You can confirm Micon version and destination.
Insert the power cord in an outlet, and press the STANDBY/ON button on the main unit or remote controller.

Press the FADE MUTING, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons on the remote controller. System micon version is indicated on the FL display. Press the FADE MUTING, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons on the remote controller. CD mechanism micon version is indicated on the FL display. Press the FADE MUTING, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons on the remote controller. Model number is indicated on the FL display. Press the FADE MUTING, STOP and STANDBY/ON buttons on the remote controller. Destination is indicated on the FL display.

1-44 (No.MB161)

5.4.3 Indicating check for FL display

No. 1 SOURCE CD MP3 TAPE AUX AM FM TUNER

Function

FL display 1 2: 1 2. C D 1 2: 1 2. 1 2 2. T A P E I N A U X 1 6 0 A M 1 0 8. F M T U N T U N S P S T T T R E T T T C D 3 4 3 4

Note

2 0 0

: PRESET NUMBER : PRESET NUMBER TEMPORARY TEMPORARY BLINKING BLINKING TEMPORARY

PRESET MEMOERY PRESET MEMOERY PRESET MEMOERY 3 TAPE PLAY REVERSE FF/REW MUSIC SCAN REC CD REC CD REC STOP VOLME UP/DOWN MAX MIN RHYTHM AX ON OFF SUBWOOFER LEVEL CHANGE LEVEL CHANGE LEVEL CHANGE LEVEL CHANGE AT LEVEL 0 AT LEVEL 2 SOUND MODE DANCE HALL STADIUM ROCK POP CLASSIC USER1 USER2 USER3 OFF

F M E R A M E R E T 1 2 O R E D A A V A A A P P E P P P R E E R S E E E E E C

TEMPORARY

"CD REC FINISHED" SCROLL

V O L U M E V O L U M E V O L U M E R H Y T H M O N O F F S U S. S. S. M M B W W W I A W O O O N X O O O O O F F F L L C L I C P S R R R F F E E E E E

3 0 M A X M I N A X

TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY

E R R 0 R 1 R 2 V E L V E L

TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY

D A H S T A R P C L A U S U S U S O

N A D O O S E E E F

E L U M K I C 1 2 3

(No.MB161)1-45

No. 4

Function TONE SETTING TONE MEMORY TONE MEMORY TONE MEMORY TONE MEMORY TONE MEMORY KARAOKE KARAOKE ON KARAOKE OFF MIC MIX MIC MIX MIC OFF ECHO ECHO ECHO OFF KEY CONTROL KEYCON SLEEP SLEEP 10 120 CLOCK ADJUST SET SET DAILY TIMER SELECT SET SET SET SET

FL display S E A B A S T R U S M E C O S E E R M O R N T 0 0 1 Y

Note

RANGE: -3 0 +3 RANGE: -3 0 +3 NUMBER BLINKING TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY TEMPORARY

K A R A O K E O F F M I C M I C M I X O F F

E C H O O F F E C H O K E Y C O N

RANGE: 1

RANGE: -6

+6

S L E E P A M 1 2: 0 0 A M 1 2. 0 0 O K C L O C K D A I O N O N O F F O F F 1 A T U T U L Y A A S E A A S E C D T A U X N E N E S E C D S E C D S E U M S E T M M T M M T I M E R 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0

RANGE: 10/20/30/60/120 HOUR BLINKING MINUTE BLINKING

HOUR BLINKING MINUTE BLINKING HOUR BLINKING MINUTE BLINKING BLINKING (ALL) BLINKING BLINKING BLINKING BLINKING BLINKING DISC BLINKING TRACK --/5/10/15

SET 1 SET 1 SET V O L SET

1 P E I N F M R A M R T 1 T 1 T E O K T

1-46 (No.MB161)

No. 5

Function REC TIMER SELECT SET SET SET SET

FL display T R E C A M O N A M O N S E T A M O F F A M O F F S E T T U N E R T U N E R S E T 1 F M 3 0 S E T S Y S C O N M O D U L E V E R O P E C L O D I N O D I S C R E A D U P G R S Y S C O N S Y S C O N C C C C C D D D D D 1 2. 1. 1. 1. 1 . N S E 1 S C 2 I N G A D E O K E R R 8 3: 3: 3: : 3: 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 I M E R 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0 1 2: 0 0 F M A M 0 8. 0 0 O K

Note

HOUR BLINKING MINUTE BLINKING HOUR BLINKING MINUTE BLINKING BLINKING BLINKING BLINKING

SET SET 6 TEST (ROM) by Remocon "B332"

ROM correction +3 CHARACTORS 4 CHARACTORS (including ROM CORR) J / E / A / US / UW / UX SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY SOURCE CD and CURRENT ONLY DISPLAY TOTAL TIME TIME BLINKING

CD STATUS OPEN CLOSE NO DISC DISC CHANGE TOC READING ROM CORRECTION (SYSCON) ROM CR. OK ROM CR. NG CD STOP PLAY PAUSE SEARCH +10KEY INPUT MP3 STOP STOP STOP STOP PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PAUSE SEARCH

G 0 1 G 0 1

T 0 0 1 T 0 0 1

GROUP FILE NAME SCROLL G BLINKING TRACK FILE NAME SCROLL T BLINKING TRACK FILE NAME SCROLL TRACK "SONG TITLE" SCROLL TRACK "PERFORMER" SCROLL TRACK "ALBUM TITLE" SCROLL TIME BLINKING TRACK FILE NAME SCROLL

1. 1.

2 3. 2 3.

3: 4 5 3: 4 5

(No.MB161)1-47

No. 10

Function PROGRAM PROGRAM MODE DISC INPUT (Disc# key) TRACK INPUT STOP PLAY FULL MEMORY RANDOM RANDOM MODE SEARCH PLAY REPEAT REPEAT 1 track REPEAT 1 disc REPEAT ALL PROGRESSIVE INTERLACE PROGRESSIVE DEMO DEMO START C D D D D 1 1 1

FL display P R O 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 G R A M P 1 P 1 P

Note

DISC#, TRACK# Blink 10key or SEARCH Jog input DEPEND ON DISC TYPE TEMPORARY

C D

F U L L

11

C D C D

R A N D O M R A N D O M

: MOVING DEPEND ON DISC TYPE CD/MP3 case ANY case ANY case TEMPORARY TEMPORARY

12

C D C D C D

1. 1. 1.

3: 4 5 3: 4 5 3: 4 5

13

I N T E R L A C E P R O G R E S S I V D E M O W E L C T J C D D I S C 1 D I S C M P 3 D I S C 2 D I S C C D D I S C 3 D I S C C D D I S C 4 D I S C C D D I S C 5 D I S C T U N E T U N E T A A U X A U X D A N H A S T A D S O O V P T A R T M E C L A Y P L A Y

14

P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y P L A Y R F M R A M P E I N C E L L I U M

1-48 (No.MB161)

No. 14

Function

FL display R P A S S S O O X O O N T O O S E E E O O O O H O C P S R R R F F L F F L M N K I C 1 2 3 E R 1 E R 2 E V E L E R 1 E R 0 E V E L A X

Note

C L U U U S. W S. W M A S. W S. W M I P H Y

DEMO OFF BEEP BEEP ON BEEP OFF TRAY LOCK LOCK UNLOCK AM STEP CHANGE 9 kHz 10 kHz

D E M O

O F F

B E E P B E E P

O N O F F

L O C K E D U N L O C K E D

A M A M

9 K 1 0 K

(No.MB161)1-49

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM

HX-GX7
CD-ROM No.SML200403
Area suffix J ----------------------------- U.S.A. C -------------------------- Canada

SP-HXGX7

CA-HXGX7

SP-HXGX7

Contents
Block diagram Standard schematic diagrams Printed circuit boards 2-1 2-2 2-9 to 13

No.MB161SCH 2004/3

In regard with component parts appearing on the silk-screen printed side (parts side) of the PWB diagrams, the parts that are printed over with black such as the resistor ( ), diode ( ) and ICP ( ) or identified by the " " mark nearby are critical for safety. (This regulation does not correspond to J and C version.)

Block diagram
CD changer mechanism control / CD servo and CD system control section
A,B C,D E,F LD MD T+/F+/TBAL,FBAL,TE,FE,GCTL,/RFDET OFT,BDO,ARF,RFENV

External input / Source select switch section TUNER


CN1 CN560
MAINL MAINR SWIN

CD PICK UP REST SW

IC601 RF & SERVO AMP. IC801 FOCUS TRACKING FEED SPINDLE BTL AMP.
/REST_SW TRV TRD FOD SPINDLE

IC651 DIGITAL SERVO & PROCESSOR

OUTL,OUTR TX

9V,M9V S5V,5.6V

CN501

CN511

AD0 to AD10 D0 to D3

Q541,Q542 MUTE IC526 HPF IC534 SWITCH

SM+/FM+/-

FEED MOTOR SPINDLE MOTOR

IC671 DRAM IC682


/CAS /RAS /DCAS /DRAS

TXTD,TXTCK IC201 /RST_DSP MON,FLAG EEPROM DQSY,BLKCK MLD,MDATA E2PSDA STAT,MCLK E2PSCL CASCNT RASCNT

Q515 to Q517 SW VOLUME & MUTE

BASS1 BASS2 POUT

CN710 CN700

CN610 CN600

CD tray control section IC1 TRAY MOTOR DRV. IC2 POSITION MOTOR DRV. CD tray switch section
CN3 CN2

SW1 to SW6 SWITCH

CN601 CN602

TDATA SDATA TUCLK TUCE

Q540
SMUTE

Audio sub woofer amplifier output section


M9V

Audio main amplifier output section

IC485 BOOST AMP. IC466 IC467 LPF & MIX AMP.

5.6V

/DR_MUTE PC1,PC2

IC681
/WE /DWE WECNT

IC251 UNIT MICON


TUL,TUR TXD0 RXD0 RESET CDL,CDR PBL,PBR DISPD2S DISPD2D RESET

IC750 MOTOR 8V
S4H 9V S5V B5V

IC670 5.6V MICOM


S4H S4L

TR_OP TR_CL

CN251

CN1

CN651

CN661

POS_UP POS_DOWN

IC401 VOLUME
VOLDA VOLCLK VOLCE1

S.TR_ST

SW8 SWITCH IC1 POSITION SENSOR

S.TR_END

IC760 9V REG.
S4H POUT IMP DC SWIN

IC660 5V REG.
S4L DC POUT IMP VL,-VL,DC SURROUND MAINL MAINR

CN252

SW7 SWITCH
TR1_CL to TR5_CL M.TR_OP

L.SENSOR

IC442 PHYTHM AX
REMIN,MIC,ECHO1,ECHO2 KEY1 to KEY4,S/WLED,SMLED SURRLED,SB1LED,SB2LED FLDATA,FLCLK,BK,SM+,SMRSEARCH,FSEARCH,BUZZER D1LED to D5LED,VOL+,VOLPBL,PBR RECL,RECR

CN253

IC801 MICON
SURR HPMUTE STATUS HPSW PRT FCTRL

VH,-VH VL,-VL

IC700 SW POWER AMP.


SWL SWR

IC600 MAIN POWER AMP.


ML MR

REC/PB ERASE HEAD

Tape deck mechanism control / Pre-amplifier and bias section IC32 AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSOR Q302,Q305 BIAS OSC/CONT.
RECB

CN34

CN44

MOTOR SPEED Adj.

CN31

REC/PLAY FREQUENCY RESPONSE Adj.

RECL RECR

CN217 CN207

FW216 CN206

FW218 CN208
VL,-VL,DC S4H,S4L SURROUND ML MR SWL SWR

PBMUTE,RECH

L301 BIAS OSC SW1,SW2 SW5,SW6 SWITCH IC1 REEL PULSE

IC33 SERIAL TO PARALLEL PORT EXTENSION


MOTOR

SDATA SCK STTA

S/TDATA,S/TCLK,SLCCE SLCPLAY,PHOTO,SLCKEY

SOLCTRL

CN803

CN802 CN901

DC regulator Speaker terminal section SURROUND


HPMUTE STATUS HPSW,PRT FANCTRL

SOLENOID
SOL

MB

RREC,FREC PLAY,TAPE

PHOTO PHOTO+B

Q375,Q376 Q371,Q372 SOLENOID MOTOR DRIVE DRIVE


CN42 CN32
SOL MB

VH,-VH VL,-VL S4H HPMUTE

SPEAKER TERMINAL MAIN SUB WOOFER Headphone jack section


FW711

CN33

CN43

J200

PLAY PHOTO KEY1

FL display System control section DI,BK


CLKB

FL1 FL2 +37V BUZZER

37V

Q206 37V REG.


VH VH -VH VL -VL S4H

Q230 to Q234 H/P MUTE


CN201
HPL HPR

MIC 2/AUX IN MIC 1

FW100

FW900

CN205

J1001

HPSW -VH,DC PRT

User control keys section IC953 MIC AMP. & ALC IC952 CONPANDER,LPF & ECHO MIX
ECHO,ECHO

IC955 INV. D900 to D907


MIC

BZ900

S900 to S907 SWITCH


KEY3

Q220 to Q222 PROTECTOR Q212 FAN DRV. CCT


FAN+

LED1 to LED5 REMIN

IC954 FL DRV.
G1 G12 P1 to P36 G2 to G11 FL1 FL2

IC956 AMP.

IC951 REMOCON RECEIVER

Q950 Q951

FL900 DISP.
KEY2X

D204 D205 D206 D207 +/- VH BRIDGE


S1

D208 D209 D210 D211 +/- VL BRIDGE


S2

D212 D213 D214 D215 S4 BRIDGE


S4

CN900

J910 J900

FANCTRL

S4H

IC201 FAN REG.

FAN-

FAN M

CN202

STATUS

CN902

User control keys section JS958,JS960,JS962 ROTARY ENCODER S908 to S925 SWITCH D908 to D912 D1LED to D5LED
SOUNDMODE+/PRESET+/-,VOL+/-

KEY4

FW901 FW901

FW902 FW904

CN213

CN214

CN903

KEY1,KEY2,KEY2X

D1LED to D5LED

D913 STANDBY LED

S929 S930 SWITCH

S926 S927 S928 SWITCH

Primary with main transformer section S4 F104 S2 F101 T001 F001 F102 S1 Trans.
FL1,FL2

FW204 FW202

CN200

AC IN

2-1

Standard schematic diagrams


Primary with main transformer section

FW204 QJK015-082614 CT S1
(SHEET 2)

T001 QQT0423-001 F101 8A-125V F102 8A-125V F001 6.3A-125V F104 3.15A-125V
CN200 QGA7901C1-02

S1 S2 S2 S4CT S4 S4

FW202 QUM154-21DGZ4 R275 FL1


(SHEET 2)

4R7 R277

SGND FL2 S3CT


C205

4R7

0.1

R200 3.3M

Parts are safety assurance parts. When replacing those parts make sure to use the specified one.

SHEET 1
2-2

DC regulator / Audio output section


J200 QNB0193-002

(SHEET 4)
FANSPD C268 HPSW HPL HPR 1000P CN201 QGD2504C1-04Z

(SHEET 3)
! HPSW HPMUTE LEVEL S12V PRT IC600 STK432-070 CN207 QGB2510K1-13 FANCTRL

C269 1000P C270 1000P

Q234 KRA111M-T

R250 4.7K

! R604 0.22

R605

R606 0.22

R607

0.22

Q230 2SC3576-JVC-T

R600 1K 220P

C600 0.22 C609 220P CN600 QGB2510K1-11 CN610 QGB2510J1-11 MAINL AGND MAINR DVDPON 5.6V POUT IMP DVD.GND DGND S5V/B5V S5V/B5V DC CN511 QGB2510J1-16 R614

10/35 C602

R601

! R268 4R7 C264 !

C266 0.1uF

R269 4R7 C265

C267 0.1uF D600 MTZJ9.1B-T2

KRC102M-T

C271 1000P

4.7K

Q231 2SC3576-JVC-T

47K

R251

C601 220P

Q601 KTA1267/YG/-T R613 10K R612

MAINL AGND MAINR DVDPON 5.6V 10K POUT IMP

4R7 C260

C261 L250 4.7uH R253 4.7K Q233 2SC3576-JVC-T

C605

10/35

100/50

1K

R608 33K

0.1uF

4R7

0.1uF

10/50

4.7K

R603

C604

C607

R266

C262

R267

C263

Q232 2SC3576-JVC-T

R602

47K

R252

C603

220P

R609 100

Q600

R610

100/50

100

C608

R611

C606

10/50

D261

D260

220

10

R630

! R254

470

C610 R255 470 10P 10/50 KTC3199/GL/-T C240 R240 10K R615 R616 L601 10 0.39 56K ! C611 R617 10 0.047 KTC3199/GL/-T

C614 0.022

C616 10P R626 R629 !

C619 0.022

RY1

RY2

R262

QSK0109-001

QSK0109-001

R265

Q602 ! D601 C615 47/63 R628 10 C617 0.047

R261

R264

47/63

C612

Q220

Q603

R260

R263

Q215 KTC3200/GL/-T

R241

R242 10K C620 0.082

R618 1M

R619 3.9K C618

R631

R632

47K

C235

0.0047

KTC3199/GL/-T

R233

R624

R625

! R627

2.2K

Q222

R620

1.2K

MTZJ15C-T2

C613

0.047

R621

C236

10/16

D235

KTA1267/YG/-T

MTZJ12C-T2

R243

100K

D234

C241

47/16

C234

100/25

D240

C622 1/50 R635 10K C621 0.22/50 R623 15K D603 MTZJ2.4B-T2 R622 47K R636 20K R634 100K

Q216 KTC3199/GL/-T

4.7M

1.2K

47K

Q604 2SK301/PQ/-T

0.047

1K

R633 82K

R234

1K

R236 DGND 4.7K PAGND R237 4.7K SURROUND DC S4L R238 4.7K MR MR -VL VL IC650 PQ05RD21 B6110 ML ML SURROUND DC ! IC670 IC660 ! KIA7805API KIA7805API !

CN208 QGA3901C1-11

FW218 QJK015-111814

R231

R229

R232

R230

22K

22K

15K

15K

2.2K

Q221

CN710 QGB2510J1-12

R671

1K

FW705

B2502

C661

10/50

D660

1K

R239 4.7K ! IC201 KIA7812API

D661

C670

C650

D650

MTZJ5.6C-T2

C651

0.33

470/25

10/50

CN700 QGB2510K1-12 SWIN SWGND DC

SWIN SWGND

IC200 KIA317PI POUT IMP

SWFB

MTR.GND R220 FAN+ FANSTATUS Q212 KTC3203/OY/-T 270 R221 10 C225 R211 100K 47/50 D231 D220 1N4003S-T5 ! ! R223 CN202 QGA2510C1-03 3.3K C226 1N4003S-T5 Q206 KTC2026/OY/ R213 M9V M9V AGND 9V 9V

R212

47 R225 R224 C237 2.4K

100/50

D222

MTZJ13B-T2

7.5K

D237

C238

10/50

C230 0.01 R713

10/50

R714 10K 10K KTC3200/GL/-T Q702 D704

MTZJ5.1B-T2

D223

Q210 KRC102M-T

1N4003S-T5

D226

R228

C232

R226 47/25 1K R227 10K

D221 MTZJ6.8B-T2 Q205 KTC3199/GL/-T

47K

47/100

C228

! R222

R214

C231

22/50

100K

D224 MTZJ18B-T2 D225 MTZJ20B-T2

IC700 ! STK412-400 MTZJ15B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 R705 C700 R706 0.22 0.22 220P C701

Q701 KTA1023/OY/-T

R712 10K 10K R715 Q703 KTA1268/GL/-T 100K R716 2.2K

C229

22/50

! R704 10

! KTC1027/OY/-T

Q700

C227

R711

D703

D702

220P

10/25

C705

0.1

0.1

C707

C702 D700 MTZJ36B-T2 MTZJ36B-T2

C706

B2108

R708

R700

R701

R702

R703

D701

(SHEET 1)

R709

S1 S1 S2 S2 CN206 QGA3901C1-10 R718 QJK015-101814 R717 1K S4CT S4 S4 C207 1K 0.01/100

33K

CT

R707

56K

56K

CN214 QGA3901C1-08

B2952

10/35

C704

C703

470P

R710 1K

10/35

C708 4.7P R729 56K C712 47/63 !

C710 0.022 R719

C711 0.022 R720 KTC3199/GL/-T 1K R726 L702 Q705 10 0.39

C709 4.7P ! R730 56K 1/50 C713 47/63 C718 R733 R734 47 47

FW216

100K

! C208 ! D212 1N5402M-20 0.01/100 D213 1N5402M-20 R208 100K C215 C213 R209

VH -VH VL C218 -VL

VH -VH VL -VL PAGND ! R731 820

1K R725 L701 10 0.39

Q704

R206

0.01/100 R207

100K

100K

C212

C219

R727 R721 10

R728 KTC3199/GL/-T D705 D706 10

C209 8200/25

47K

C715 0.047

! D208

0.01/250

! D214 1N5402M-20

! D215 1N5402M-20

D209

C217

SWL D204 ! C220 0.1/250 D205 ! SWR S4H

SWL SWR

C719 C717 0.047 ! R732 R722 47K 820 10/50 R735 KTA1267/YG/-T

B2612 CN212 QGD2504C1-03Z SUB5V ECO

0.1/250

C210 8200/16 C214 0.01/100 ! D210

C216

AGND MTR.GND C714 0.047

R723

5.6K

5.6K

(SHEET 4) (SHEET 1)

0.047

! D206

! D207 C221 0.01/250

C716

! D211

R724

10K Q706

! R204 FL1 47 ! R205 47

R736 82K 100K R737 100K R738

FL2 S3CT CN213 QGD2504C1-04Z CN205 QGD2504C1-03Z 37V

B7005 !

EP201 QNZ0136-001Z ! R750 ! R751 ! R752 Q750 KTA1046/Y/ !

R760

! IC750 ! R761

IC760

KIA7809API

R755 MTZJ10B-T2 Q751 KRA110M-T 10K R756 1K D760

MTZJ10B-T2

C750

C751

220/16

D750

C761

Parts are safety assurance parts. When replacing those parts make sure to use the specified one.

Q752 R754 10K KRC102M-T

D751 MTZJ5.1B-T2

10/50

10/50

10/50

R753

C760

10K

100/10

(SHEET 3)

R661

MTZJ8.2B-T2

D230

D229

D227

D228

MTZJ6.8B-T2

C660

C671

220/10

10/50

D670

D671

(SHEET 3)

10

L602

0.39

56K

KTC3199/GL/-T

100K

D602

220

SHEET 2
2-3

(SHEET 7)
SPDIF Cout Yout CrOUT DISPCK DISPCS DISPRST DISPD2S FAOUTL DISPS2D CN503 CbOUT FMDET LRMUTE FAOUTR CN111 DISPBUSY QGF1036F1-06 QGF1036F1-26 RDSDATA RDSCLK CN110 J576

(SHEET 7)

QNN0420-001

COMP_OUT

CN43

QGB2510J1-05

QGF1205F1-09

QGF1205F1-10

R573 CN44 R576 R577 18k 18k 470/10 C571


D576

10K

R574

2200/10

C568 C593 220p C567


Q582 Q580 R592 UN2211-X UN2211-X 10K R589 D577 C578 C577 10K

220p

R570

470/6.3

22K

1K

0.022 C572

Q567

QQL231K-221Y

UN2211-X KTA1267/YG-T Q568 R569 1K 470/10 C581


R575

C580

L580

1K R571 100k C569 R578 R579 R593 R590 4.7K 100K 100K R587 2.2K R586 2.2K 82k 82k 2200p R588 UN2211-X 4.7K C576 Q583 UN2211-X R591 C574

220P

220p

Q581

R567

1K R568

0.01

1K

External input / Source select switch section

1000P C575 D567


0.001 R572

1N4003S-T5

100k C570

D581

R585 0.001 2.2K R584 2.2K

S/TDATA

S/TCLK

SLCPLAY 1K SLCKEY R1165 R580 1.0K 1.0K SLCCE R582 R581 1.0K 1.0K PBR R583 AUXL RECL AUXR RECR MSIN PBL

PHOTO

POUT
C421 IC401 LC75342M-X 470p FR

R1164

R1163

MTZJ3.9B-T2

DVDPON

R409

220

220

CDR CDL

15K

D580

FAOUTL

FAOUTR

10/25 FL PBL PBR 2.2/50 2.2/50 C418 C417 C419

C420 10/25

10/35

10/35

TUR 10/25

R406

C555

C556

C416

10/25 TUL

R407

UN2213-X

Q585

R564

AUXR

20K

1.2K

10/25 C414 C412 C410 C409 C411 10/25 10/25 2700p 0.1 R405 C413 10/25 AUXL 15K 10/25 10/25

C415 20K

C582

R408

10/25 C583

C422

UN2115-X

Q584

470p 2700p C408 C406 C404 C405 C407 0.1

10/25

R404

4.7K

R544

4.7K

3.6K 0.1 C403 0.1 3.6K

R545
D583

DVDPON

IC580

R563

QRZ9006-4R7X

PQ033EF02SZ

C402 C401 R403 VOLCE1 MTZJ5.6B-T2 R402 1K VOLDA R554 R413 4.7K 4.7K 0.01 100k C423 R412 B5109 B5174 C549 47p 47p C550 D585 R555 C589 R401 1K 470p 100/25

IC582

100p

C433

KTC3200/GL/-T

C432

100p

VOLCLK 1K

MTZJ3.9B-T2

0.01

C588

D582

Q545

UN2113-X

100/25

100k

MTZJ6.8B-T2 R565

C584

470/6.3 5.6K C585

2SD1328/ST/-X

2SD1328/ST/-X

R429 Q543 Q544


C553

BA33BC0T

10K 10k

0.1

AUXR

IC581

R557

R556

10k

RECL 1/50

AUXL

R558

1K

RECR

FR

C586 0.1

10K R430 R426 30K R425 10/25 C464 R458 0 30K

D586 MIC R443 4.7K R442 4.7K R447 10K R446 R459 10/25 C451 C447 C446 C453 C454 C456 C458 C459 C460 10/25 10/25 4.7/50 4.7/50 10/25 10/25 4.7/50 10/25 R448 4.7K R449 5.6K R450 100K C545 C546 1 1 C544 IC442 JVC8011-X 1 C425 1 C543 1 10K R445 S/WLED 6.2K R444 6.2K SMLED SURRLED 6.8K REMIN KEY3

R415

0.47/50

100k

SA

ECHO1

C461
ECHO2

R414

100k

R432 C450 47/25 10/25 10/25 R452 R453 470K R454 100 R456 15K C455 470K C443 R427 C442 C430 10K 10K C452 0.027 R455 R433 10K 10K R434

(SHEET 4)

0.22/50

R436

C462

10K

SB1LED SB2LED

0.0068

QQL231K-2R2Y

R435

10K

MIC R438

L543
2.2M 2.2/50

Q425
47K R439

10/25 C427
C457 10/25

10/25

R440
10K

C428

10K

2SD1328/ST/-X IC425 HA17558AF-X UN2115-X R428 Q426 30K

CN803 QGF1205F1-15

MIC_MUTE
R441 IC426 1K C431 10/25 HA17558AF-X

KTC3199/GL/-T

Q442

4.7/50 C467
HPFOFF R467 3.3k IC466 3.3k HA17558AF-X 43K R466

LRMUTE

VSW

R1161

10K

VS1

R1160

10K

C463

120K

R485

4.7/50
R468

VS3

R1159

10K S.BOOST

10/25 SBYLED C810 BCTRL PRT HPSW R1158 R881 R880 10K 0.22 10K 10K KEY1 KEY4 KEY2

C466
C468 0.22 C499 R469 0.0027 100K R472

4.7/50

43K

100/16 C477 C472


C485 0.039 R470 C469 270K 0.0082 R486 C470 0.047

C487

0.1

STATUS

R1157

10K

BUZZER

R865 1K

R473

C488 0.1

D808

100K

UN2115-X

4.7/50 C471 0.015 C476 0.082 C486


R471 R474 100K 100K

Q803

BK 22k TDATA R884 10K LATB FLCLK

C811

D813

100/6.3

MTZJ4.3B-T2

5.6K

TUCE

R883

10K

FLDATA

R487

(SHEET 4)

2-4
R478
D466 D467

MSI

R882

10K

VOL+

47/16

C489

D809

FSEARCH R488 IC485 HA17558AF-X 8.2K RSEARCH SM+

R879 R878 R877

10K 10K 10K

VOLD5LED

22K

D806

R864 2.2K

R891 1K

D4LED D3LED

R490 22k

HA17558AF-X IC467 R479 0.22 22K

R489 11k

SMR491 22k VOL+ VOLNTSC/PAL

R876 R875 R874 R873

10K 10K 10K 10K

D2LED D1LED

R476 R475 220k C473 0.027 C474 C475


R481 8.2K R482 82k

4.7/50

220k
R477 56K R480

FSEARCH

C809

RSEARCH SM+

UN2211-X

D807

D811

SM-

Q485

Q802

2SD601A/RS/-X

R492 100 R493 100

QGF1205F1-23

CN802

2SD601A/RS/-X

2200p

AVCI

R872

10K

Q486

KEY3 KEY1

R871 R870

1K 1K

Q487

R494 220k

KEY2 C490 KEY4 PHOTO

R869 R868 R867

1K 1K 100K

2SD601A/RS/-X

6.8K

R495

1/50 R496 150K R497 100k D485 D486

47/16

SLCKEY

R866

10K

SA

1/50

C496

C808 C594 0.22 R594

C597

33p

R599 2.2M

R598

UN2111-X

10/35 C526 100K R526 R527 100K 10/35 C527 0.015 C536 100/16 10/35
SMUTE C540 10/25 R540 1K

MRELAY

D804

Q804

ECO1

R498

Q805

R863

TUCE 6.8k 47k

RELAY

ECO

Q594

C492 47/16

100k

UN2111-X

S/TDATA

RESET

47/16

1K

INH

C491

2SD601A/RS/-X

Q535 R499 C493 47k 100p

1/50

C595

IC486 HA17558AF-X

S/TCLK D814

UN2213-X

PRT MSI

INH

VPP

TUCE

EEDA

HPSW

INT/PRG

YC_MIX

REMIN

EECLK

RESET

RDSCLK

R846 330 R529

R595 100k

DISPBUSY

TDATA

M.SAFETY

To TUNER

C528 0.015
220K

C801

D594 TUL

D595

470/6.3

R504 10K

C807

D803

27P

R847

R849

R850

R851

220/6.3

C803

C529

R528 220K

X801

C806 30P

Q595

R597

C802

R859 R858

R860

0.022

TUR UN2215-X

R855

R852

R854

R853

4.7K

220

C530

10k

220 220

AVC

QAX0724-001Z

R500 47k
R502 0.015 C531 R501 0.015 R503 C494 2.2/50 270 C498 47/25 C805

Q801 UN2211-X

R596 100k C596

220

SWFB

220

220

220

100k

1K

1K

1 C804

R845 100K

1K

1/50 SPI

47/50

C532 10/35 C533


IC526 HA17558AF-X

5.6K

0.01

C495

D802

R536 Q534 10K UN2213-X R537 22K KEY3 KEY4 R848 R826 1K 1K R803 R802 1K 1K R861 1K VRGB VMUTE2 VSW VS1

CN560

QGF1205F1-11

MSI

C100

R531 10k

R530 10k

KEY2 KEY1 SLCKEY R532 15K R533 15K FSPEED SBYLED DISPD2D LEVEL PHOTO SPI

R844 R843 R842 R841 R840 R839 R838 R837

1K 1k 1k 1k 1K 1K 220 220 R805 R806 R807 R808 R892 1K 1K 1K 220 1K R885 R886 R804 1K 1K 1K

VS3 B_CTRL ECO MRELAY VPP FCTRL SLCPLAY STATUS HPMUTE AVCI R100 D100 1/50 VPP

Q100
RESET EEDA R809 1K SURR TW02

2SD601A/RS/-X

IC801

UPD78F4216AGF

UN2113-X

Q540

R535 51K

DISPD2S DISPCK TDATA S/TDATA R833 R824 1k 1K

R810 R856 R857

220 1K 1K

BUZZER POUT DVDPON

100K

R103 47K

C104 0.0018

DISPD2S C101 680P

EECLK

R542 10K
Q542

S/TCLK SLCCE

R832 R831

1k 1K

R812 1K

RDSDATA SAFETY

R101 DISPS2D

TW01

R541 10K
C534 2SD1328/ST/-X IC534 47/16 CD4066BM-X Q541 2SD1328/ST/-X

2.2M

R102

33P

C103

R534 51K

NTSC/PAL FLDATA FLCLK M.P.ON BK LATB VOL+ VOLD125

R830

1K MIC_MUTE R829 R828 R827 R825 R823 R822 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K BASS2 BASS1 SMUTE VOLCLK VOLDA VOLCE1 HPFOFF MSIN

22 C102 0.022 Q101

DISPCK

QGF1210G1-07

2SD601A/RS/-X

CN801

D801

MTZJ5.1B-T2

5.1K

D515 MTZJ3.9B-T2

R516

MTZJ3.9B-T2

R1154

R1153

R1152

R1151

R1150

R1155

R893

R896

R894

R897

R895

R818

R817

R898

R816

R899

R819 R820

R821

100K

R515

BASS1

C125

R887

R813

22K

R890

1K

10K

470/6.3 C126

1k

1K

1k 1K 1K

1K

1K 1K

1K

220

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K 1K

1K 1K

220

D516 MTZJ3.9B-T2

Q515 2SD1328/ST/-X

IC125

BA33BC0T

0.1

R889

R517

NTSC/PAL

2SD1328/ST/-X R519 10k

BR24L01AF-W-X

10K

2SD1328/ST/-X M.SAFETY M.P.ON

22K

BASS2

R518 2.7K
C127 0.1 Q516

EEDA

1K

D816

EECLK

QSW0454-001

220/16 C497

R888

1k 1k R521 R522 S.BOOST DISPRST

S1100

1K

DISPCS

SB2LED

SB1LED

S/WLED

RSEARCH

FSEARCH

SURRLED

D4LED

D2LED D3LED

ECHO2

SMLED

D5LED

D1LED

ECHO1

100K

R110

C812

0.01

Q110 UN2211-X R111

SM-

SM+

IC802

R836

UN2213-X

1K

R520

10k

Q111

R112 10k Q517

DISPD2D 1.2k

(SHEET 2)
CN715

QGD2504C1-03Z

D108 1N4003S-T5

0.01

C110 0.1 DISPCK

C111

R124 470

DISPD2S

Cout

Yout

VS1

VS3

CrOUT

CbOUT

COMPOUT

D805

VSW

R120

VRGB

R121 100k

2.2uH

C115

L124

YCMIX

BCTRL

SPDIF

INT/PRG

VMUTE2

VMUTE2

R115 2.2K

R835 0

C116 0.1

CDR

CDL

AVC

R123 220

0.1

1.2k R117

R834

R122 100k

J123

R119 1k

QGB2510K1-16

QNS0089-001

QGF1205F1-21

QGB2510J1-13

QGF1036F1-17

GP1FA553TZ

CN501 MAINL MAINR

C108

1k

CN502

C123

2.2uH

220p

CN217

L123

J108

CN661

R116

220/10

C114

R118

SUB_5V

10/50

10/50

LEVEL

HPMUTE

FSPEED

STATUS

C113

(SHEET 2)

DVDPON

RELAY

FCTRL

C112

HPSW

SWFB

ECO1

SURR

MGND

5.6V

POUT

2.2K

100/6.3

C124 220p

5V

PRT

S5V

9V

(SHEET 2)

(SHEET 5)

SHEET 3

FL display / System control / User control keys section

IC953 HA17558AF-X R911 4.7K C915 L1002 47uH C914 4.7/50 0.22/50
L1001 47uH

R1900

R1901

R1902

20K R915 1.5K R997 100 R907 220 R914 10K C916 2.2/50 R916 4.7K R944 560
C904 100/10 D917 MTZJ5.1B-T2 C903 0.1

C917 C918 330P

R900

R990

R901

R902

R903

R912 R913 1K Q909 2SD1328/ST/-X

1SS119-041-T2 D916 R920 390 R921 12K


4.7M 100 R919 1.5K

GND1 QUB220-21DMHP L1003


1000p 1000P 1000P C1006 C1004

J1001 C1003
C1005 1000P C1001 C1002 1000p

150P
R917

QNSO204-001

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

D915
C923 2200P

2.2uH

2200P

C921 100/10

SLR-342VC-T

C920 4.7/50

D1003 D918
AGND

GND2 QUB220-21DMHP

SLR-342VC-T

SLA-362LT-T

SLA-362LT-T

SLA-362LT-T

SLA-362LT-T

R945

51

C919 150P

SLA-362LT-T

SLA-362LT-T

R918

C922 220/10

R922 10K

MTZJ2.4B-T2
HPR

D906

D907

D900

D901

D902

D903

D904

D905

J900 R938 4.7K

HPL

HP

FW711 QUM154-33DGZ4

S900
R904 100

S904
R908 270

R924

UN2211-X

UN2211-X

UN2211-X

UN2211-X

UN2211-X

R927 20K

VR900 QVQ0299-B54

C924 1000P QNS236-001

(SHEET 2)
QNS236-001 J910 B9006 0R0

Q900

Q930

Q901

Q902

Q903

C905

R925

8.2K

S901
R905 120

10K

S905
390 R909

100P

20K

R923 33K

4700P

R926

C906 0.01

C907

0.01 C908

C925 1000P R939 4.7K B9007 0R0

CN900 VCC LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 REMIN

QGF1205F1-15

100/6.3 C900 S902


R906 150

S906
R910 560

BU9253FS-X

S903

S907

IC952

C960 C962 4.7/50 4.7/50 IC956 R940 18K R1905 51K

(SHEET 3)
R930 C911 22/50 2.7K

KEY3 DGND R1907 10K

C909 0.01
R934 10K

C910 3300P

B9003 0R0 B9002 0R0 C913 C963

NJM4565M-WE R1906 51K R941

R935 4.7K

R936 15K R937 4.7K B9000

R929

20K

C930 0.01

MIC 9V

C901 1000P

Q910 UN2113-X

C912 0.47/50

4.7/50

R1904 1K

C961 4.7/50
R942 82K R943 82K

18K

C902 100/6.3

2.2/50

UN2113-X Q912
R928

0R0 C964 220/10 B9001 0R0

R1903 1K

C928

220P

5.6K

GP1UM271XK

R932

UN2113-X

220

IC951

R931 1K

R933

20K

Q911

C929 220P

B9004 0R0

B9005 0R0

JS958 QSW1057-001

JS960 QSW1056-001

JS962 QSW0857-001

QGF1205F1-18

CN902 SOUNDMODESOUNDMODE+ PRESETPRESET+ KEY1 KEY2 D1LED D2LED D3LED

CN903 SOUNDMODESOUNDMODE+ PRESETPRESET+ DGND KEY1 KEY2 D1LED

QGF1205F1-18

P10

P33

P32

P31

P30

P27

P26

P24

P20

P29

P14

P11

P12

P35

P34

P28

P25

P22

P21

P18

P17

P16

G11

P36

P23

G12

G10

P19

P15

G9

G8

G7

G6

G5

G4

G3

QGF1210G1-23 SOUNDMODESOUNDMODE+ PRESETPRESET+ Q950 KTC3199/GL/-T Q951 KTC3199/GL/-T

FL1 FL2
R983 100K

G2

G1

P3

P13

P1

P7 P8

P4

P2

P5

P6

P9

CN901

C938 0.01

C939

0.01

C936 0.01

C937

0.01

C935

0.01

D3LED D4LED D5LED VOLVOL+ VCC KEY2X

P36

P35

P34

P33

P32

P31

P30

P29

P28

P27

P26

P25

G4

G3

G2

P24

G5

D1LED D2LED D3LED D4LED D5LED VOLVOL+ R995 100K R996 100K

G1

D4LED D5LED VOLVOL+ +5V DGND KEY2X

R956 100 D908


R967 R957 100

(SHEET 3)

L900 G6 QQL244K-100Z L901 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 QQL244K-100Z R982 100K BZ900 G12 IC954 PT6305 P23 P22 P21 P20 P19 P18 P17 P16 P15 P14 C943 10/50 P1 P2 P3 C932 22/50 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 KRC102M-T QUM022-10Z3Z3 FW902 P11 Q952 KRA102M-T P12 P13 D4LED Q907 KRC102M-T P4 D3LED Q906 SLA-362LT-T KRC102M-T D2LED Q905 SLA-362LT-T KRC102M-T D1LED Q904 SLA-362LT-T

R951 220 D909 R952 220 D910 R953 S910


R959 150

DI CLKB LATB BK BUZZER

S908 S919

R958

120

S920
R969 120 560 390 270 220 150

KEY1 KEY2 KEY4 SBYLED 5.6V

QAN0055-001

220 D911 R954 220 D912 R955 220

S921
R970 220

S911
R960

C931 22/50

S922
R971

R961

SLA-362LT-T

S912
270

S923
R962 R972

S913
390

FW900 QUM023-10DGZ3 FL1

D5LED

Q908

SLA-362LT-T

S924
R973

560

(SHEET 2)

S914
R963

FL2 +37V FW904 QUM022-10Z3Z3


KEY4

S925
R974

S915
KEY2X 1K 1K 1K 1K

FW901 QUM153-10Z4Z4

TC74HCU04AP

C941 100/6.3

R946

R947

R948

R950

S916
R965 1.8K

FW901 QUM153-10Z4Z4
DGND

S926 KEY4 C942 S917 10/50


LATB

R978 220

VCC

R975

S927 S929 R980 100

D913

SLR-342VC-T

R976

S930

S928

R997

R998

R999

1.8K

1K

1K

IC955

R964

100

S909

R968

100

KRC102M-T

S918

0.01

D2LED

C940

SHEET 4
2-5

CD changer mechanism control / CD servo and CD system control section


CN251 QGF1036F1-15 TR3_CL TR2_CL TR4_CL TR1_CL
INDEX

TR5_CL
RXD0

S.TR_ST M.TR_OP

C201 0.1/16
100p

TXD0

CN653

NI

1k

POS_UP TR_OP POS_DOWN TR_CL C603 FBAL R602 0.1/16


33k IC201

R601

5.6k

TBAL

BR24C08FV-X

C259

R278

R284

(SHEET 6)

1k

R283 PC1 PC2 /DR_MUTE EQX5 IC251 R281 MN101C61GMB1 TP272 R282 R267

1k 1k 1k TXTCK TXTD 1k /RST_DSP

TNO COPY

FE TP622
C605 330p

3.9k C604

CN651 EMP TXD0 RXD0 R271 1k QGF1036F1-17

F QGA2001F1-02 CN252 S.TR_END C601 NI C602 E

0.1/16

R603

100k R604
150p

TE

EQX2 EQX4

MON FLAG R274 DQSY 1k TX BLKCK

C607
R605 0

TP623 R285 R286 R287 R288 R289 R290 R291 R292 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k R258 R264 R263 R262 R261

NI

C606

NI

S.TR_END M.TR_OP TR5_CL

(SHEET 6)
QGA2001F1-03 CN253 L.SENSOR

1k 1k 1k 1k

POS_DOWN POS_UP TR_OP TR_CL C253 OUTL C255 0.1/16

R625 C626

0 TR4_CL NI 0 0 NI R623 NI R626 NI GCTL TR3_CL TR2_CL TR1_CL

B C

R624 R622 C625

TP601

S.TR_ST

1k

MLD

(SHEET 3)
0.1/16 OUTR
NI

RASCNT CASCNT

(SHEET 6)
QGF1006F2-16W CN601

A R621 0
AN22002A-W

WECNT
C257 R297

0.1/16

100/10

0.022

C633

TP273
10k 10k 10k

IC601

C621

C622

R296

R257

R265

L.SENSOR E C003 0.1 22k R607 D A


47k 47k 10k

R635
1k

10

R255

B
0.039/16 0.0027 0.0018

/RFDET R606
NI

47k

C
0.1/16

0 C617

OFT

F 22k R608

R293

R294

C612

C614

C615

C616

HDU-110

VR001

1K

R619

R618

D601 NI R631 F+ T+ C002 1 TFC632 0.1/16 C004 0.1 R634 3.9 Q631 C608 C001 NI
R611

NI

NI

BDO TP1
NI 0.01/16 C251 0.1/16

0
0.1/16 100/10 0.1/16

ARF RFENV

NI

R295

R254

R256

1k

47/6.3

R259

C254

NI

C261

C256

C610

R632 3.9

C631 10/16

0.056/16

C624

C623

C611

C258

C252

R298

1.2k

10k
2SB1424/QR/-W

2SA1037AK/RS/-X
MCLK STAT

C641 100p NI C644


3.9k CASCNT WECNT

Q653 1
RASCNT

X251

QAX0684-001Z C291 47/6.3

EQX5 NI

R613

3.9k

R253

10k

R617

1.2k

C642 Q651 NI EQX2 NI TP2


/DCAS /DWE AD9 AD8 AD7 AD6 AD5 AD4 D3 D2

C643 Q652 NI EQX4 NI


TC74VHC08FT-X TC7SH32FU-X

IC671
0.1/16

A42L2604V-45L

C655

C653

0.1/16

MDATA

Q291

IC682

IC681

CN652 NI D652 NI INDEX TNO COPY


AD10 AD0 AD1 AD2 AD3

/DRAS

D0

D1

R678

0 EMP

LRCK

CN602 FM+

C812 NI C652
AD10 AD3 AD2 AD1 AD0 AD9 AD4 AD5 AD6 AD7 AD8 /DCAS /DRAS /DWE D3 D2

100/10

10k

QGA2001F1-06

C651

SRDATA

SMSM+
NI NI

C654 0.1/16

D1

D0

0.1/16

D653

NI

C813

C814

FM1500p

R677
0.01/16 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k NI 0 100/10 0.47 5.6k NI

0
XC6206P182M-X

1000p

R679

R681

BCLK

NI

D654

R807

R803

C806

R812

R816

0.1/16

NI

NI

C677

C681 1/16

C805

R817

R813

C803

R804

C804

R808

C678

R805 SPINDLE TRV TRD FOD R801 R809 R814

R676 4.7k NAX0476-001X 22k


R655

C675 10p

X651
4.7k

18k TXTCK C656 0.1/16 R651 47k TBAL FBAL FE TE RFENV OFT /RFDET BDO GCTL ARF 470p C657 R653 22k R671 R669 1k 33k BLKCK MLD MDATA MCLK
0.1/16 NI

R682 100

C676 10p

R675 IC651 MN6627911AC1 R674 C674 0.1/16

1k 1k

TXTD DQSY

R673 R652 0 R672 1k 1k

/RST_DSP STAT

PC1

PC2

/DR_MUTE

C658

FM+ FMSM+
NI C808 NI 22k

R683

R654

82k

R818

R656

R663

27k

SM-

C673

100k

NI

NI

R806

3.3k

SPINDLE

NI

R802

2.2k

TRV

0.1/16

R664

NQR0007-002X

C807

K651

K652

K653

C667

0.1/16

K654

TX FLAG

Q654

R657

560

0.1/16

C659

C661

C662

0.12

AN4801SB

C666

C665

D656

NI

IC801

R662
100/10

SRDATA

1000p

0.022

LRCK

BCLK

NI

100

R665

680

R666

560

OUTR 2700p

C663

C668 NI

C669

R811 R815 TNI

15k 15k

TRD FOD
NI

0.1/16 C671
C664 100/10 0

NI

C672 R668 560

2700p OUTL

R667

680

C809

C811

NI

FF+ R659 15k R661 C802 0.1/16 C801 220/10 15k

R658

T+

D655

C679

4.7k

IC691

TP653

MON

1/16

SHEET 5

2-6

CD tray control section


IC1 QVY0002-B14
(SHEET 5) (SHEET 5) (SHEET 5)

WJM0331-001A

SW8 QSW0886-002

WJM0330-001A

IC2

LB1641

IC1

LB1641

SW6
CN2 QGB1214K1-08S CN3 QGB1214J1-08S

QSW0931-001

C5 0.01/50

C3 0.01/50

TR3_CL TR2_CL TR4_CL TR1_CL TR5_CL M.TR_OP

QSW0844-001

QSW0844-001

QSW0844-001

QSW0844-001

QSW0844-001

POS_UP POS_DOWN

TR4_CL TR3_CL TR2_CL TR1_CL

D1 MTZJ6.2A-T2

TR5_CL

M.TR_OP TR5_CL TR4_CL TR3_CL TR2_CL TR1_CL

POS_UP TR_OP POS_DOWN TR_CL

SW5

SW4

SW3

SW2

SW1

TR5_CL

TR4_CL

TR3_CL

TR2_CL

TR1_CL

C7 0.1/50 M2 QRA0164-001

TR_CL TR_OP

C6 0.1/50 M1 QRA0164-001

100/10

0.1/50

C2

C1

SW7 QSW0886-002

CN1 QGF1036F1-16

SHEET 6
2-7

Tape deck mechanism control / Tape circuit such as pre-amp. and bias section

QSW0832-001 SW1 QSW0832-001 SW2

QSW0832-001 SW6 QSW0859-001

IC1

1SR139-400-T2

VKZ3174-00B D1

MTZJ5.1B-T

C105 100K

D340

SW5

SG-105F3

R102

R104

R105

390P

C107

5.1K

270P

2.2K

MSI-5U2LWA

FW100 R371

R303

2.2K

R108 R106 27K R110 10k

RECL PRL

12K

R101 5.1K C103 0.1 C106 2.2/50V C113

R302 2.2K

11K

R116

1K

0.1

Q342 KRA111M-T

C104

C109

R306 4.7K R344 4.7K

Q343 2SC3576-JVC-T Q344 2SC3576-JVC-T

4.7/25

220p

C102 0.01

VR37 QVP0077-103Z

CN42 QGF1205F1-09

R336 C340 47/50V C341 22K R339 100K IC32 HA12238F C304 10/16V CN32 QGF1205F1-09

R345 4.7K R346

Q345 2SC3576-JVC-T Q346 2SC3576-JVC-T

1/50V

QGF1205F1-06 C220

100 R305 10K

R301

C342

4.7P

100/10

C306

C301

47/50V R207 9.1K 0.0068 C204 R107 9.1K 0.0068 C110 220p C202 C210

1/50V

C300

QAH0101-001

220

220/10V

CN31

24K

R341

4.7K

12K

R304

C213 0.1

0.01

R201 C203 C206 2.2/50V

C307 R210 10k R206 R208 27K RECR PBR R340 680 0.001

C120

4.7P

C101

C201

C209

4.7/25

820P

820P

R202

5.1K 0.1

11K

R216

5.1K

1K

R205

C205

R204

2.2K

C207

C374 Q375 2SB562/C/ Q371 KTA1271/OY/-T 100/10

100K

390P

270P

C376

0.01

R372

D375 MTZJ5.1B-T Q376 KTC3199/GL/-T

1K

R338 3.3K

QVP0008-203Z VR31

Q372 KRC107M-T

R337 3.3K

R375

R376

4.7K

150

C371

R121 15K R221 15K

C121 330P C221 330P

L303 VQP0033-100Z 10

R353

L301 QQR1118-001 TP100 R327 470K

Q302 2SK2001 R315 100 R314 15K C308 0.0015

IC33

CD4094BC

100/10

1.5

R313

C310

0.022

4.7/25

C313

C314

2.2

R347 10K Q347 KRC107M-T

0.0047

0.022

C319

C316

R310 4.7

R335 Q305 2SK2001 2.2K

CN34 QGF1201F3-10

CN33 QGF1205F1-09

(SHEET 3)

(SHEET 3)

Parts are safety assurance parts. When replacing those parts make sure to use the specified one.

C331

22/16

R342

R343

18K

SHEET 7
2-8

Printed circuit boards


Power board

EP202

S200 CN200 FT201 FT200 C200 RY3

R242

R241

J200

Q222

Q221

C271 C260 C270 C265

C267

C262

C269 C268

Q220

R269 C264

C263

D240

R240 C240

R266 CN208

R243

CN206

C261 R268 R267 C266 R237 R236 R238

R229 D227 D228 R230

C241

D229 R231

R239

CN207

D230 R232

D261

FT210
C236 RY2 C235 D235

R262

R261

R260

T002

Q215

FT211 D201
D200

R233

C234

R264

R265

D234 CN202

R263

D260
RY1 Q216 R234

C201

R200
C202 D202

D207

R202 D205

Q200
EP200 C203 C220 R206 D210 D206 D208 R254 R255 R251 C216 R253 R252 C219 R207 C215 C214 R250 C221 D204 Q234

C212

D203

R208

C217

C204 Q201

R209

R203

T001 C213 R201 FW202


EP201 C209 C210 PP201

Q233

Q230

Q232

Q231

D211

CN201

L250

D209

C218
D216

CN212

D212

CN213

D214

D213

C222
FT220 FT221 Q211 C208 R226 C232 R275 FT241 R277 FT240 FT230 FT231 R228 D237 C230 C238 Q212 R227 IC201 Q210 C229 R211 C225 D215 C207 PP200

C206 D226 C205


R276

R222 D231
Q206

D225

R204

C211

R205

C231

R272

R270

FW204

D224

R273

C228

R271

R274 FT251 FT250

R212

R225

C237

C226

D223

D220

D222

R213 CN214 R214 CN205

R220

R223

R221

R224

IC200

D221 Q205

C227

(Primary board)

(Bridge board)

2-9

Input board

(Main board)
EP402 R124 B5123 R491 EP401 B5144 S1100 R1159 R1158 C124 C123 L124 J108 J123 R883 R123 B5130 D108 B5115 R1161 R855 B5125 B5108 D814 R890 IC802 R860 R859 L123 C108 C576 R577 R576 C578 R578 C577 R579 D577 R489 R488 C488 IC485 R490 R1160 J576 C489 C499 R522 C485 D576 R501 C498 C497 B5191 C486 R486 Q535 D515 R515 Q515 C496 R504 R516 D516 R517 Q516 IC534 R534 R542 Q542 B5148 R520 B5150 R519 Q517 Q534 C534 Q540 R535 R537 R536 C530 B5149 R541 R540 Q541 FW401 C536 C540 R467 R532 R530 B5151 R475 C532 R526 R528 C526 C528 R527 B5185 C527 B5146 B5152 R533 R531 B5169 C467 C533 IC526 C462 R449 C451 C459 B5182 C529 R529 C531 C460 R518 R468 R469

B5118

C469 R521 R480 B5156 C471 C475 R481 R477 C477 C494 C470 B5155 B5153 C468 R472

R487 B5159

B5189 R503

R485

R470

R471

B5160 B5161

B5157 B5158 IC467

R847 B5119 R861 R803 R885 R804 R806 R809 R856

B5100 R474 R482

B5154 C472 D467

R496

C812

D805

CN715

R1157

R493

R492 Q487 B5167

C474 R473 B5172 R478 B5173 R442 R447 C463 B5164 C456 IC466

R881

C806

R500

C803 B5122 D802 R887

C492

R889 R858 R888 R810 R802 R886 R805 R807 R808 R857

IC486

D486

C807 B5110

Q486

R446

D803 R846 R880

R494 C490

Q805

Q804

R499 C493 B5162 R495 B5170 D485

CN560

B5168

D801

R450

C473 R479

CN217

C804 X801 C801

C458

C805 C802

B5183

B5165

R812

C446

R852

R497 R813 C495

B5171 Q485

C464 R459 C453 R443

Q442

B5186

B5190

C457

B5103 FW401 C447 B5166 C461 C454 B5177 R445

R845

R850 R863

CN502

D806

C809 B5195 D811 C811 R884 R864 C810 B5121 B5116 D809 R891

D813

CN503

C452

R453 R456

R454

IC801 R458 R816 R818 R893 R414 R415 C450 C443

C455

C442

Q802 C808 Q803

B5101

CN801

R865 R430

R817

Q583

Q582

B5147

R592

R831 R596 R439 R1165 R432 R436 R832 R438

R591

C583

C595

B5109

C596 R597

Q595

R593

D595

C428

D594 R594

R455

R854 B5117 R853 R849

R851

IC442

R452

R598 R426 Q594 R425

C417 R413

R407

R590 HS580 IC580 R589

C411 C409

R595 R428 R434 C597 R599 IC425 R866 FW402 R871 C431 B5128 C430 R440 D125 IC125 C594 C415 C413

R841

R824

R409

C582

C407

FW402

Q580 R588

D580

C405

C403

Q581

R403 R401

R1164

B5175

D808 L580 R843 R840 R836 R894 R842 R867 C425 C543

IC426 R427 C429 B5126 R429 Q425 R441

C421

D586

R582

B5107

B5105

R585

C126

C586

IC581

R844

R826

C585

B5163

B5133

R111

C584

R586

R868

R839

R895

D915

C420

R587

R896

GND1

C125

R835

C110

R838

B5174

C127

IC401 C418

R402

C427

Q426 Q111

B5132

R581

R583

R435 R433

C433

C419

C432 B5143 C402

B5188

R827

R1153 R833 R834 R873 R876

B5106

B5104

R882 R1151 R897

C544 C546

C545

R584 R837 R869 R870

C923

R117 R115

C416 R110 R112 C410 R412 R406 C412 R404 C408 C406 C404

R1152 R823 R819 R879

D582 C593

CN661

R825

R828

R899

R829

R830

B5187

R1906 C921 C961 IC956 B5194 B5124 CN803 R943

R118

R116

C111

Q110 R119 R121

R408 C422

C414

C113 C115 C114 C116

R1150

R898

C580

R822

R875 R874

D807 B5111 C581

R1905 C960

C112 C550 R120

R122

R821 R820

R878 R1155 R1154

R877

R848

B5113

R544 R941 B5112 C556

C100 Q544 D100

R556

B5114

Q543

Q100

D906 R1902 C904 S903 R903 R906 R907 R1901 IC951 D904 R902 CN802 C901 R905

D907 C929 CN111 C928 J910 B9008 R942 R940 D905

R554

R100

C101 R101 C104 C574

R557

CN110

R558

R545 R555 C555 C553 B5131 R563 R573 D567 C570 R568 B5120 C568

R102 C103

Q101 R569 R570

S902

Q903

L543 C571 D581

Q545 R1907 C962 C588 D585

B5141 R571 B5140 C569

B5139 IC582 R564 Q584

C1003 C1002 D1003 C1001 C1005 L1002 J1001 L1001 , C1004 FW211 S900 L1003 R997 R904 C1006 GND2 S901

C900

Q902 R901 C911 R1904 C902 D903 C964 R1903 C589 C963 D902 R1900

Q568

Q585

D583

Q567

CN43 R574

R575

C567

Q901

S905

S907 R908 S904 R900 D900 Q900 R990 R909 D901 S906 R910 CN813 Q930

(Headphone board)

(Microphone board)

2-10

C572

CN44

R567

R103

R572

C575

C549

C102

C423

R1163

R405 C401

CN501

R444

B5179

B5145

D816

B5181 B5180

D466

D804

R448

Q801 R892

R502 C487

R872

R498

C491

R466 R476 C476 C466

B5102 R580

D918

Front board
(Subwoofer amplifier board)
R750 R752 R758 R759 R757 R751

C719

R735

R734 R733 C716

Q706 R736 C707

C752

R737

R738

R724

C705

C706

FW216 R701 R700 D700

R703 R717

D703

FW218

JS958

JS958

C938

R633

C936

C937

R702 D701 D702

C935

R634

Q904

JS960

(Standby LED board)


R999 R998 R997 FW901 CN511 CN610

Q905

R626

S911

R611

C616

S918

D602

S912

R967

S919

R980

S920

D909

R607 R606

S910

R960

S921

D680

S927

R958

Q680

R968

R605

S913

R610

R604

R961

S922

R608

R969

R614

D910

D913

S926

R970

S923

L601

Q602

(Connection board)
BZ900 FW901 FW902 Q952 FW215 CN812

D603 R623 R635 R636

S914

R957

S909

R962

C613

S917

D911

S924

R620

C611 C600

R971

R972

C602

C942

R686

S916

R684

D912

R685

R600

R951

R953

Q907 D661 C941 L901

Q950

R661

R964

R660

R956

R671

C939

Q908

CN912

R974

CN600

C940

JS962

R973

(Main amplifier board) (Encoder board) (FL board)

R995

R996

R982

C660

Q951

FL900

R983

IC

95

R950

D660

R948

R955

R946

D650

R965

R650

R952

R954

R947

R651

S908

R963

S925

C931

R601

S915

CN902

IC955

L900

R975

C943

C944

S930

R632

D908

S929

R978

C609

R959

C717

R728

R716 D704

C718

R715

D706

Q705

L702 R726 R720

R710

C718

R707

CN700

C704 C703 C702 Q751 Q703 Q702 R709 R754 R708 R753 Q752

C715 C714

R718

R727 R723

C711

D705 R722 R721 Q704


R719

L701 R705

R714

R713

R712 R711

R761

D751

R755 C700 C701

R760

R706

R756

Q750

Q701

C712

R729

C708

R704

Q700

C750

C710

R725 R732 R731


C751 C760 C761

IC700

D750

D760 IC760

R730

C709

C713

IC750

R602

C603

R603

R619 R627 Q601

(Switch board)

FW902

Q906

C615

C604

S928 R976

R613 L602 R628

R612 R629 C608 R631 C619

FW705

Q600 Q603 C607

R630

CN710

C618

C617

D604

C606

D681

R681 Q681 R680 Q683

C680 R682

R609

D600

C605

C614 C610

R615

C601

C681 R683

IC600

R617

R616

C612

D601 R625

C620

R624

R622

R621

R618

Q604

C621

C932

C622 C651 C650 C661 R670 D671 C671 D670 C670 IC650 IC660 IC670

2-11

CD servo board

Loading switch board

(Forward side)
CN252 IC201 C201 CN253 C254 CN2 CN251 C259 IC251 R281 R267 R257 R278 R284 R283 R282 R264 R263 R262 R261 R258 R259 C253 C3 M2 M1 IC1 R256 SW7 C6 C1 C7 C5 D1 C2 CN651 R1

C633 R607 C601 C602 CN601 C625 R621 R622 R624 C626 R625 R608 R603 R635

R285 R286 R287 R288 R289 R290 R291 R292

R265 R296

C605

IC682

R623 R626 R601 C603 R602 C604 C623

R254 R802 R806 C803 R804 R808 C804 R807 R803 R805 R801 C261 C655 IC681 C258 C256 C653 C651 R294 R295 D652 X251

R255

R271 R274

TP271 C252 C291

C251 C255 C257 CN1

C624

IC601

C607

R604 R605 C621

C813 C814 R809 R814 R811 R815 C806 R817 R813 C805

IC2

IC671

C606

R816 R812

R253 Q291

R293 R678

C622

BDO C614 C615 C616 R619 C610 R618 C617

C631 R631 D601 R634 Q631 R611 R613 C611 C632 C608 C612 C641 C642 R617 C643 Q652 C644 Q651

D654 R679

C678

C652 IC651

C812

Q653

R676 D653 C681 R677 C675 X651 TP684 TP683 R672 C674 R673 C673 K653 TP681 TP682 CN3 R674 R675 SW8

R632

TP653

R818

C656 C677 R655 R682

C676

C808 C807
IC801

R651 R652 R653

R671 R669 K654 R659 C663 R663 R664 K651 C667 K652 C665 R665 C669

R662

CN602

C809

C811
C671 C668

D656 C802 C801 C657 R683 R654 C658 R661 C659 R656 Q654 C661 C662 R657 C664 D655 R667 R658 R666 R668 C672 C666 SW6

IC691

C654

R681

R298 R297

CN652

R606

C679

SW1

SW2

SW3

SW4

SW5

(Reverse side)
CN251

CN252

CN253

CN651

CN653

TP601

X251 TP2 C252 C291 C651 C624 C631 CN652 C812 C678 TP1 CN602 C664 C666 C801

C622

2-12

Cassette switch board

P1 SW2 SW1
D1

VR37 R371 CN1 FW100

SW5

IC1

SW6

Head amplifier board

CN33 C374 PP300


R343 R341 C376

R310
R208 C207 R108

CN34 R105

Q305

R313

CN32
D375

R342
R340

Q371

Q302
R315

C107 C310

C105 C205 R372 R205


R206 R210

Q375 Q376 R338 C371 R376 R375 R337

Q372

C314
R301 R110 R106

C313

R314

C307

C206

R335 L301 R353


L303 R339 C106

C308

R305

C331

C304

C300
R216

R327 R304 C316


C301

IC32
R336

R204 C213 R201


C203

C306

C319

C102

R101

C202 C101

C103

C113

R202

R104

R102

C340

C341

C204 C201

VR31

C104 C121
R303 R345 R306 R346 R107 R344 R302 D340

R109 C110
C120

C210

IC33

R116
C220

C342 W1 C209 R347

C221

R121

Q342

C109
R207

W1 R221
Q346

Q347

CN31

Q343

Q345

Q344

2-13

PARTS LIST
[ HX-GX7 ]

* All printed circuit boards and its assemblies are not available as service parts.

Area suffix J ----------------------------- U.S.A. C -------------------------- Canada

- Contents Exploded view of general assembly and parts list (Block No.M1) Speaker assembly and parts list (Block No.M2) CD changer mechanism assembly and parts list (Block No.MA) CD mechanism assembly and parts list (Block No.MB) Cassette mechanism assembly and parts list (Block No.MP) Electrical parts list (Block No.01~07) Packing materials and accessories parts list (Block No.M3)

3- 2 3- 5 3- 6 3- 8 3- 9 3-11 3-20

No. MB161

3-1

Exploded view of general assembly and parts list


Block No. M 1 M M
81 79
B
e f

42 46
Bridge board

43
a b c

44
g d

44 44

86 85 80
Standby LED board

84 25 28
FL board

83 82 28 39 27 9

81
A

80 13 88 14 24 10 87 9 1 23

FL900 d

h i

K
Switch board

22
i

15

8 18 40 11 16 90 30 5 3 12 32 4 3 7 6 89
J
c j

26 19 17

20

21 20

36

G H
Microphone board

103
m

40 29

20
k

35

34

Headphone board

33

64

3-2

42 44 42 92 46 4 44 44 42 41 65
B

97

69 72

77 67 78

70 76

68 68 49
n

91

75 74 73
r
Subwoofer amplifier board

48

98 39 101

73 71
C

66

93

56 59 53 57 58 109
Main amplifier board

22
i

Primary board

47
b

104 22 61

105 58 60

57

Main board

102 51
h

21 20

Encoder board

F Connection board

36 108 99
p q

60 95 63

45
n

100 103
m

36 107 106 38
j

94

96
E
k

p q

35

37 34 31
J A

62 55

52
G

54

50

3-3

General assembly
Block No. [M][1][M][M]
Symbol No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 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 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 Part No. GV10177-001A GV40313-001A GV40464-001A GV40492-001A GV40483-001A GV40484-001A GV40482-001A GV20260-001A GV30532-001A QYSDSF2608Z GV30534-001A QYSDSF2608Z QYSDSF2608Z GV30571-001A GV30542-001A GV30541-001A GV40461-001A GV40462-001A LV30225-011A QYSDSF2608Z GV30570-001A QYSDSF2608Z GV30528-003A GV40459-001A QYSDSF2608Z GV30529-002A QYSDSF2608Z QYSDSF2608Z E65923-003 GV30588-001A GV30572-001A GV40034-001A GV40398-001A VKL7850-002 VKW5258-003 QYSBSF3012Z QYSBSF3008Z QYSBSG3010Z GV10179-001A QYSSSF3010Z GV10182-001A QYSSSF3010Z QYSBSGG3008E QYSBSF3008Z QYSBSGG3008E LV30225-079A E310243-002 LV30225-011A QAU0346-001 GV10181-001A QYSBSG3006Z GV40313-002A GV30547-002A QYSBSGG3008Z GV30545-001A QYSBSG3020E GV40297-003A QYSBSG3014E QYSBSG3020E QYSDSTL4008Z QYSBSGG3008Z QYSBSGG3008E QZW0033-001 QYSBSGY3008E GV10183-001A GV10199-002A GV30544-001A LV30225-011A QYSBSG3030Z QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSGY3008E Part Name Description Local 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 QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSF3012E QYSBSGY3008E QYSBSGY3008E GV10110-003A/S/ QYSDSG3006M QYSBSGY3008E GV20261-001A GV20261-002A GV20261-003A GV20261-004A GV20261-005A GV30531-001A GV30604-001A GV30540-001A GV30533-001A GV30589-001A LV42035-002A VYSH101-009 LV30225-011A QQT0423-001 QMPD380-200-JN QAR0317-001 QUQH10-1718BJ QUQH12-0922BJ QUQH12-1016BJ QUQH12-1109AJ QUQH12-2315BJ QUQH12-1520BJ QUQH12-1811BJ QMF51U1-6R3-J8 QMF51U1-8R0-J8 QMF51U1-8R0-J8 QMF51U1-3R15-J8 GV40522-001A SPECIAL SCREW SPECIAL SCREW SPECIAL SCREW SPECIAL SCREW METAL COVER TAP SCREW SPECIAL SCREW CD FITTING (1) CD FITTING (2) CD FITTING (3) CD FITTING (4) CD FITTING (5) PRESET KNOB SND.MODE KNOB FRONT LENS VOLUME KNOB RATING LABEL LASER CAUTION SPACER SPACER POWER TRANSF POWER CORD (US/CA) FAN CARD WIRE CARD WIRE CARD WIRE CARD WIRE CARD WIRE CARD WIRE CARD WIRE FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE LUMIRROR SHEET 3mm x 8mm 3mm x 12mm 3mm x 8mm(x2) 3mm x 8mm(x2) 3mm x 6mm(x2) 3mm x 8mm(x6) Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local

FRONT PANEL FELT SPACER (x2) ARM SPRING (x2) COMP.SPRING (x2) BUTTON ASSY.(L) BUTTON ASSY.(R) SOUND BUTT.ASSY WINDOW SCREEN PRESET ORNAMENT SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm VOLUME ORNAMENT SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm SOUND MODE ORNA FUNCTION BUTTON BUTTON FUNCTION INDICA DISPLAY LENS (x2) SPACER (x2) SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x8) CONTROL BUTT.A SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x8) POWER BUTTON STANDBY INDICAT SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x2) DISPLAY BUTTON SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x3) SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x4) TAPPING SCREW CASS.HOLD.ASSY. CASS.EJECT SYS. DAMPER ASSY. SPRING EJECT SAFTY(R) TORSION SPRING TAP SCREW 3.0mm x 12mm(x2) SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x2) TAPPING SCREW 3mm x 10mm(x2) PLASTICS CHASS TAP SCREW M3 x 10mm(x2) MAIN CHASSIS TAP SCREW M3 x 10mm(x3) TAPPING SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x2) SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x4) TAPPING SCREW 3mm x 8mm SPACER PLASTIC RIVET SPACER TUNER CHASSIS BASE TAPPING SCREW 3mm x 6mm(x2) FELT SPACER (x2) HEAT SINK TAP SCREW 3mm x 8mm SUPPORT BRAC. TAP SCREW 3mm x 20mm(x2) LEAF SPRING (x2) TAP SCREW 3mm x 14mm(x2) TAP SCREW 3mm x 20mm(x2) ASSY SCREW 4mm x 8mm(x4) TAP SCREW 3mm x 8mm TAPPING SCREW 3mm x 8mm STRAIN RELIEF SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x3) REAR PANEL REAR COVER FAN BRACKET SPACER (x2) TAP SCREW M3 x 30mm(x2) SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x2) SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x2) SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x4) SPECIAL SCREW 3mm x 8mm(x2)

T 001 2m BLACK

FC 1

F 001 6.3A AC125V F 101 8A AC125V F 102 8A AC125V F 103 3.15A AC125V

3-4

Speaker assembly and parts list


Block No. M 2 M M

14

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

Speaker
Block No. [M][2][M][M]
Symbol No. 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part No. J200-XGD7L0S-40 J200-XGD7R0S-40 J221-XGD7L0S-10 J221-XGD7R0S-10 300-J0XGX71200 300-J0XGX71600 300-J1XGX71200 302-J0XGX70500 411-B140100P1 411-P140120P1 411-B74516AB1 411-B74530AB1 411-B84020AB1 411-N54020AB1 Part Name FRONT PANEL ASY FRONT PANEL ASY SIDE PANEL ASSY SIDE PANEL ASSY TOP WOOFER SUBWOOFER BOTTOM WOOFER TWEETER SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW Description Local Symbol No. 13 14 14 Part No. 441-802103-00 600-LXGX7J-00 600-RXGX7J-00 Part Name LEG CUSHION SPEC LABEL SPEC LABEL (x8) Description Local

(x2) (x2) (x2) (x2) (x4) (x16) (x2) (x14) (x8) (x8)

3-5

CD changer mechanism assembly and parts list


FMU-SC6-2M

48 47 46

Block No. M A M M

Grease
=JVG-31N =JVS-1003

20

18

35

34 34 45
E C

19

33
A

35

15

21
F

16 32 30 37
d

17 12 7 39 41 6 5 3

31
B

17 31 10 10 1 11
D C c

29

17

13

14

2 4 28

27 28

43

23 28
A b

9
d

8 42
a f

40

38 22 24 25 50

50 49 50 53 49 44
a

36
f

36

26

50

49

57 56
e

54

c b

49

51 55 55 55 55 52 52 52

3-6

CD changer mechanism
Block No. [M][A][M][M]
Symbol No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 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 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 Part No. LV10743-004A LV43278-001A LV33961-002A LV33962-001A QYSDST2605Z QVY0027-B14 QYSDST2004Z QAR0164-001 LV42340-001A LV41431-002A QYSPSPU1725N LV10744-002A LV21406-003A LV43279-001A LV33963-001A LV33964-002A QYSDST2605Z LV33965-004A LV21408-002A LV21409-002A LV43285-001A LV21520-003A LV33974-001A LV33975-001A LV33976-001A LV43287-001A LV33977-002A QYSDST2605Z LV10749-002A LV33980-001A QYSDST2605Z LV10746-003A LV10750-002A LV43289-002A QYSDSF2608Z QYSDST2605Z QYSDSF2608Z QYSDST2605Z QYSDST2004Z WJM0330-002A WJM0331-001A QUQ110-1521BF VYSA1R4-056 ---------------------VKS3697-001 VYH7313-005 LV33981-001A QYSDSF2606Z LV41659-002A LV43245-001A LV21410-001A QYSDST2605Z LV21411-001A QYSDST2605Z QYSDSF2608Z QUQ710-16Y0AJ QJJ010-061802 Part Name Description Local

CHASSIS ASSY SENSOR SPRING SENSOR SLIDER SENSOR BRACKET SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x2) S V RESISTOR SCREW 2mm x 4mm MOTOR (x2) MOTOR PULLEY (x2) BELT (x2) SCREW 1.7mm x 2.5mm(x4) RACK HOLDER LOADING RACK LIFT ARM ASSY HOOK HOOK STOPPER SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x3) LIFTER ASSY RAIL(R) RAIL(L) ROD (L) SIDE(R) ASSY SELECT LEVER GEAR COVER ELEVATOR CAM ELEVATOR SPRING CLICK SPRING SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x3) SIDE(L) OPEN DET.LEVER SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x2) TRAY ASSY (x5) TOP COVER ROD (x2) SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x2) SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x2) SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm SCREW 2mm x 4mm E-SI C WIRE C-F E-SI C WIRE C-F FFC WIRE SPACER CD TRAMECHA ASSY CLAMPER OT 1 MAGNET OT 2 CD YOKE OT 3 SCREW OT 4 INSULATOR (x4) SPECIAL SCREW (x4) CD TM BASE SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x3) CD MODULE BKT SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm(x2) SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x4) FFC WIRE SIN CR C-C WIRE

3-7

CD mechanism assembly and parts list


Block No. M B M M Grease & Bond
= JVG-31N
FXL-M75T-2M

15

4 2 3

5 7 6 1 6 8

9 13 10 12 11

14

CD mechanism
Block No. [M][B][M][M]
Symbol No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Part No. LV10723-002A OPTIMA-73B1C E406777-002SM LV31002-001A E307745-441SM QYSDSP2003N E406750-442SM LV42350-001A Part Name Description Local Symbol No. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Part No. QAR0253-001 QAR0276-001 EMW10190-441 QGA2001F1-06 QSW0506-001 E75832-221SS QYSDSF2006Z Part Name FEED MOTOR SP MOTOR CIR BOARD CONNECTOR LEAF SW SPECIAL SCREW SCREW Description Local

CD MECHA BASE A C.D PICK C.D SHAFT CD RACK C.D GEAR 3 SCREW 2mm x 3mm(x4) PINION T.T.ASSY

W-B (1-6) 2mm x 6mm

3-8

Cassette mechanism assembly and parts list


Grease
=EM-30L =UD-24 =LEN-320M =MOBIL-1 SLC-S302M

Block No. M P M M

15 2 2 3 34 13 12 23 27 3
6

10

14 9 16

4
11

1 29

The lower side

B
5

24

Switch board

19

6 30 25

11

18 21 20

22 17

31 28 26

C
36

A
33
33
0.1 0.15 mm

32

B
32

_ 8.7 +

Head amplifier board


35 35
3-9

Cassette mechanism
Block No. [M][P][M][M]
Symbol No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Part No. VKS1165-00N VKS2274-002 VKW5286-002 VKS5559-001 VKS5595-002 VKS5560-003 LV42013-001A SLC-RP4SVM VKY3149-002 LV31786-002A VKS1166-003 VKW5279-002 VKW5280-001 LV41584-001A LV41585-003A QYSBSF2005Z VKS5603-00G VKS3785-001MM VKW5284-002 VKS2278-003 VKW5301-001 VKW5266-001 WDL214025 QYSBSF2005Z VKS3786-00G VKF3205-00B WDL183425 VKF3207-00C WDL173525-6 VKZ3174-00B LV42836-001A MSI-5U2LWA VKR4761-003 QYSPSP2604Z QYSBSF2608Z QUQH12-0906BF Part Name CHASSIS B. ASSY REEL GEAR B.T. SPRING PLAY IDLE GEAR BLIND FR IDLE GEAR EARTH SPRING HEAD MOUNT ASSY CASSETTE SP. PLAY LEVER CONTROL CAM HEAD BASE SP(R) HEAD BASE SP(L) BRAKE(R) BRAKE(L) SCREW MAIN PULLEY ASS FR ARM SWING SPRING TRIGGER ARM FR SPRING ELEVATOR SPRING WASHER SCREW CLUTCH ASSY F.WHEEL ASSY(R) SLIT WASHER F.WHEEL ASSY(L) SLIT WASHER DC SOLENOID CAPSTAN BELT D.C.MOTOR MOTOR PULLEY SCREW TAPPING SCREW WIRE Description Local

(x2) (x2)

2mm x 5mm

2mm x 5mm

2.6mm x 4mm(x2) 2.6mm x 8mm(x3)

3-10

Electrical parts list


Power board
Block No. [0][1][0][0]
Symbol No. IC201 Q205 Q206 Q212 Q216 Q220 Q221 Q222 Q230 Q231 Q232 Q233 Q234 D204 D205 D206 D207 D208 D209 D210 D211 D212 D213 D214 D215 D221 D224 D225 D226 D227 D228 D229 D230 D231 D237 D240 D260 D261 C207 C208 C209 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C225 C227 C228 C229 C230 C231 C232 C237 C238 C240 C241 R200 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 Part No. KIA7812API KTC3199/GL/-T KTC2026/OY/ KTC3203/OY/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTA1267/YG/-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T KRA111M-T 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 1N5402M-20 2A02-M 2A02-M 2A02-M 2A02-M MTZJ6.8B-T2 MTZJ18B-T2 MTZJ20B-T2 MTZJ5.1B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ13B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 QFLC2AJ-103Z QFLC2AJ-103Z QETM1EM-688 EETB1HM-228JC EETB1HM-228JC QFLC2AJ-103Z QFLC2AJ-103Z QFKC2EK-104Z QEZ0613-478 QEZ0613-478 QFKC2EK-103Z QCE22HP-103 QFKC2EK-103Z QETN1HM-476Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN2AM-476Z QETN1HM-226Z QDYB1CM-103Y QETN1HM-226Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QRZ9037-335 QRK126J-470X QRK126J-470X QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y Part Name IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR MM CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR MM CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MM CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR COMP RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR 0.01uF 100V J 0.01uF 100V J 6800uF 25V M 0.01uF 100V J 0.01uF 100V J 0.1uF 250V K 4700uF 4700uF 0.01uF 250V K 0.01uF 500V P 0.01uF 250V K 47uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 47uF 100V M 22uF 50V M 0.01uF 16V M 22uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 3.3M 1/2W K 47 1/2W J 47 1/2W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J Description Local R209 R211 R212 R213 R214 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R231 R232 R234 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R250 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R275 R277 L250 CN200 CN201 CN202 CN205 CN206 CN207 CN208 CN213 CN214 EP200 EP201 FT200 FT201 FT220 FT221 FT230 FT231 FT250 FT251 FW202 FW204 J200 PP200 RY1 RY2 QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRJ146J-470X QRE141J-752Y QRE141J-104Y QRJ146J-6R8X QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-223Y QRE141J-223Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRL01DJ-471X QRL01DJ-471X QRK126J-331X QRK126J-331X QRK126J-331X QRK126J-331X QRK126J-331X QRK126J-331X QRZ9006-4R7X QRZ9006-4R7X QQL231K-470Y QGA7901C1-02 QGD2504C1-04Z QGA2501C1-03 QGD2504C1-03Z QGA2501C1-10 QGB2510K1-13 QGA2501C1-11 QGD2504C1-04Z QGA3901C1-08 QNZ0136-001Z QNZ0136-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QNG0003-001Z QUM154-20DGZ4 QJK015-082614 QNB0193-002 QZW0038-001 QSK0109-001 QSK0109-001 C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR F.RESISTOR F.RESISTOR COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR EARTH PLATE EARTH PLATE FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE SPK.TERMINAL WIRE CLAMP RELAY RELAY 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 47 1/4W J 7.5k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 6.8 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 22k 1/4W J 22k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 470 1W J 470 1W J 330 1/2W J 330 1/2W J 330 1/2W J 330 1/2W J 330 1/2W J 330 1/2W J 4.7 1/4W J 4.7 1/4W J 47uH K W-B (1-2) (1-4) W-B (1-3) (1-3) W-B (1-10) B-B (1-13) W-B (1-11) (1-4) W-B (1-8) Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local

3-11

Input board
Block No. [0][2][0][0]
Symbol No. IC125 IC401 IC442 IC466 IC467 IC485 IC486 IC526 IC534 IC801 IC802 IC951 IC956 Q100 Q101 Q110 Q111 Q442 Q485 Q486 Q487 Q515 Q516 Q517 Q534 Q535 Q540 Q541 Q542 Q567 Q568 Q594 Q595 Q802 Q803 Q804 Q900 Q901 Q902 Q903 Q930 D100 D466 D467 D485 D486 D515 D516 D567 D594 D595 D801 D803 D804 D805 D806 D807 D808 D809 D811 D813 D814 D900 D901 D902 D903 D904 D905 D906 D907 D915 D918 Part No. BA33BC0T LC75342M-X JCV8011-X NJM4565M-WE NJM4565M-WE NJM4565M-WE NJM4565M-WE NJM4565M-WE CD4066BM-X UPD784215AGF540 BR24L01AF-W-X GP1UM271XK NJM4565M-WE 2SD601A/RS/-X 2SD601A/RS/-X UN2211-X UN2213-X KTC3199/GL/-T 2SD601A/RS/-X 2SD601A/RS/-X 2SD601A/RS/-X 2SD1328/ST/-X 2SD1328/ST/-X 2SD1328/ST/-X UN2213-X UN2213-X UN2113-X 2SD1328/ST/-X 2SD1328/ST/-X KTA1267/YG/-T UN2211-X 2SD601A/RS/-X UN2215-X UN2211-X UN2115-X UN2111-X UN2211-X UN2211-X UN2211-X UN2211-X UN2211-X 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ3.9B-T2 MTZJ3.9B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ5.1B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ4.3B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 SLR-342VC-T SLR-342VC-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 Part Name REGULATOR IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IR DETECT UNIT IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR D.TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED DIODE DIODE Description Local

Symbol No. D1003 C100 C101 C102 C103 C104 C111 C112 C113 C114 C116 C125 C126 C127 C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C412 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C420 C421 C422 C423 C425 C432 C433 C446 C447 C450 C451 C452 C453 C454 C455 C456 C457 C458 C459 C460 C461 C462 C463 C464 C466 C467 C468 C469 C470 C471 C472 C473 C474 C475 C476 C477 C485 C486 C487 C488 C489 C490 C491 C492

Part No. MTZJ2.4B-T2 QEKC1HM-105Z NCB31HK-681X NCB31CK-223X NCS31HJ-330X NCB31HK-182X NCB31CK-103X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1AM-227Z NCB31CK-104X QETN1AM-477Z NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCB31HK-471X QETN1EM-107Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-272X NCB31HK-272X QTE1H28-106Z QTE1H28-106Z QTE1H28-106Z QTE1H28-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-225Z QETN1HM-225Z QTE1H28-106Z QTE1H28-106Z NCB31HK-471X NCB31HK-471X QETN1EM-107Z NCF21CZ-105X NCS31HJ-101X NCS31HJ-101X QTE1H28-106Z QTE1H28-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB31CK-273X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-225Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-474Z QETN1HM-224Z QETN1EM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z NCB31CK-224X NCB31CK-473X NCB31HK-822X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z NCB31CK-224X NCB31CK-273X NCB31HK-222X NCB31CK-153X QETN1CM-107Z NCB31CK-393X NCB31CK-823X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z

Part Name Z DIODE E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR

Description Local

38kHz

1uF 50V M 680pF 50V K 0.022uF 16V K 33pF 50V J 1800pF 50V K 0.01uF 16V K 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 220uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 470uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 470pF 50V K 100uF 25V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 2700pF 50V K 2700pF 50V K 10uF 50V 10uF 50V 10uF 50V 10uF 50V 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 2.2uF 50V M 2.2uF 50V M 10uF 50V 10uF 50V 470pF 50V K 470pF 50V K 100uF 25V M 1uF 16V Z 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 10uF 50V 10uF 50V 47uF 25V M 10uF 50V M 0.027uF 16V K 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 2.2uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 0.47uF 50V M 0.22uF 50V M 10uF 25V M 10uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 0.22uF 16V K 0.047uF 16V K 8200pF 50V K 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 0.22uF 16V K 0.027uF 16V K 2200pF 50V K 0.015uF 16V K 100uF 16V M 0.039uF 16V K 0.082uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 25V M 1uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M

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Symbol No. C493 C494 C495 C496 C497 C498 C499 C526 C527 C528 C529 C530 C531 C532 C533 C534 C536 C540 C543 C544 C545 C546 C571 C594 C595 C596 C597 C801 C802 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C812 C900 C901 C902 C921 C923 C928 C929 C960 C961 C962 C963 C964 C1001 C1002 C1003 C1004 C1005 C1006 R100 R101 R102 R103 R110 R111 R112 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406

Part No. NDC31HJ-101X QETN1HM-225Z QETN1HM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1CM-227Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB31HK-272X QTE1V06-106Z QTE1V06-106Z QFLC1HJ-153Z QFLC1HJ-153Z QFLC1HJ-153Z QFLC1HJ-153Z QTE1V06-106Z QTE1V06-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1HM-106Z NCF21CZ-105X NCF21CZ-105X NCF21CZ-105X NCF21CZ-105X QETN1AM-477Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z NCS31HJ-330X NCS31HJ-270X NCS31HJ-300X NCB31CK-103X NCF21CZ-105X QETN1AM-227Z QETN1AM-477Z NCB31CK-224X QETN1HM-475Z NCB31CK-224X QETN1CM-107Z NCB31CK-103X QEKC0JM-107Z NCB31CK-102X QEKC0JM-107Z QEKC1AM-107Z NCB31CK-102X NCB31HK-221X NCB31HK-221X QEKC1HM-475Z QEKC1HM-475Z QEKC1HM-475Z QEKC1HM-475Z QER61AM-227Z QDGB1HK-102Y QDGB1HK-102Y QDXB1CM-222Y QDGB1HK-102Y QDGB1HK-102Y QDGB1HK-102Y NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-225X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-362X NRSA63J-362X NRSA63J-203X

Part Name C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description Local 100pF 50V J 2.2uF 50V M 47uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 220uF 16V M 47uF 25V M 2700pF 50V K 10uF 35V 10uF 35V 0.015uF 50V J 0.015uF 50V J 0.015uF 50V J 0.015uF 50V J 10uF 35V 10uF 35V 47uF 25V M 100uF 16V M 10uF 50V M 1uF 16V Z 1uF 16V Z 1uF 16V Z 1uF 16V Z 470uF 10V M 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 33pF 50V J 27pF 50V J 30pF 50V J 0.01uF 16V K 1uF 16V Z 220uF 10V M 470uF 10V M 0.22uF 16V K 4.7uF 50V M 0.22uF 16V K 100uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V K 100uF 6.3V M 1000pF 16V K 100uF 6.3V M 100uF 10V M 1000pF 16V K 220pF 50V K 220pF 50V K 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 220uF 10V M 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 2200pF 16V M 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 100k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 2.2M 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 3.6k 1/16W J 3.6k 1/16W J 20k 1/16W J

Symbol No. R407 R408 R409 R412 R413 R414 R415 R425 R426 R442 R443 R444 R445 R446 R447 R448 R449 R450 R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R458 R459 R466 R467 R468 R469 R470 R471 R472 R473 R474 R475 R476 R477 R478 R479 R480 R481 R482 R485 R486 R487 R488 R489 R490 R491 R492 R493 R494 R495 R496 R497 R498 R499 R500 R501 R502 R503 R504 R515 R516 R517 R518 R519 R520 R521 R522 R526 R527 R528 R529 R530 R531 R532 R533

Part No. NRSA63J-203X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-303X NRSA63J-303X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-622X NRSA63J-622X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-474X NRSA63J-474X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-225X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-332X QRE141J-433Y QRE141J-433Y NRSA63J-274X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X QRE141J-102Y NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-124X NRSA63J-223X QRE141J-562Y NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-113X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-224X QRE141J-682Y QRE141J-154Y NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-271X NRSA63J-104X QRE141J-562Y QRE141J-103Y NRSA63J-223X QRE141J-512Y NRSA63J-223X QRE141J-272Y QRE141J-103Y NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X QRE141J-224Y QRE141J-224Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-153Y

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR

Description Local 20k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 30k 1/16W J 30k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 6.2k 1/16W J 6.2k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 470k 1/16W J 470k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 2.2M 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 6.8k 1/16W J 3.3k 1/16W J 3.3k 1/16W J 43k 1/4W J 43k 1/4W J 270k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 220k 1/16W J 220k 1/16W J 56k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 1k 1/4W J 8.2k 1/16W J 82k 1/16W J 120k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/4W J 8.2k 1/16W J 11k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 220k 1/16W J 6.8k 1/4W J 150k 1/4W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 270 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 22k 1/16W J 5.1k 1/4W J 22k 1/16W J 2.7k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 220k 1/4W J 220k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J

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Symbol No. R534 R535 R536 R537 R540 R541 R542 R567 R568 R569 R570 R571 R572 R573 R574 R575 R578 R579 R594 R595 R596 R597 R598 R599 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R810 R812 R813 R816 R817 R818 R819 R820 R821 R822 R823 R824 R825 R826 R827 R828 R829 R831 R832 R833 R834 R835 R836 R837 R838 R839 R840 R841 R842 R843 R844 R845 R846 R847 R848 R849 R850 R851 R852 R853 R854 R855 R856 R857 R863 R864 R865 R866

Part No. NRSA63J-513X NRSA63J-513X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-225X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description Local 51k 1/16W J 51k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 6.8k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 2.2M 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J

Symbol No. R867 R868 R869 R870 R871 R872 R874 R875 R876 R877 R878 R879 R880 R881 R882 R883 R884 R887 R888 R889 R890 R891 R892 R893 R894 R895 R896 R897 R898 R899 R900 R901 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R908 R909 R910 R940 R941 R942 R943 R990 R997 R1150 R1151 R1152 R1153 R1154 R1155 R1157 R1900 R1901 R1902 R1903 R1904 R1905 R1906 R1907 L1001 L1002 L1003 CN43 CN44 CN217 CN501 CN560 CN661 CN801 CN802 CN803 CN813 EP401

Part No. NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-121X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-271X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-823X NRSA02J-221X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-513X NRSA63J-513X NRSA63J-103X QQL231K-470Y QQL231K-470Y QQL231K-2R2Y QGF1205F1-09 QGF1205F1-10 QGB2510J1-13 QGB2510K1-16 QGF1205F1-11 QGF1036F1-17 QGF1210G1-07 QGF1205F1-23 QGF1205F1-15 QGF1205F1-15 E409182-001SM

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR COIL COIL COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR GRAND TERMINAL

Description Local 100k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 100 1/16W J 120 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 270 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 18k 1/16W J 18k 1/16W J 82k 1/16W J 82k 1/16W J 220 1/10W J 100 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 51k 1/16W J 51k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 47uH K 47uH K 2.2uH K FFC/FPC (1-9) FFC/FPC (1-10) B-B (1-13) B-B (1-16) FFC/FPC (1-11) FFC/FPC (1-17) FFC/FPC (1-7) FFC/FPC (1-23) FFC/FPC (1-15) FFC/FPC (1-15)

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Symbol No. EP402 FW211 FW401 FW402 GND1 GND2 J910 J1001 S900 S901 S902 S903 S904 S905 S906 S907 SP01 TW01 TW02 X801

Part No. E409182-001SM QUM154-40DGZ4 QUM15A-12Z4Z4 QUM153-12Z4Z4 QUB220-13HPDT QUB220-09HPDT QNS0235-001 QNS0204-001 QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z LV30225-011A QUB230-10Z4Z4 QUB230-10Z4Z4 QAX0724-001Z

Part Name GRAND TERMINAL FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE SINGLE WIRE PHONE JACK PHONE JACK TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW SPACER FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE CRYSTAL

Description Local

Symbol No. D909 D910 D911 D912 D913 C600 C601 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C621 C622 C660 C661 C670 C671 C700 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C706 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C718 C719 C750 C751 C760 C761 C931 C932 C935 C936 C937 C938 C939 C940 C941 C942 C943 R600 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608

Part No. SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLA-362LT-T SLR-342VC-T QTE1V06-106Z QCBB1HK-221Y QCBB1HK-221Y QCBB1HK-221Y QTE1V06-106Z QETN1HM-107Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-107Z QCBB1HK-221Y QCSB1HJ-100Y QETN1JM-476Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QFLC1HJ-473Z FQCF31HZ-223Z QETN1JM-476Z QCSB1HJ-100Y QFLC1HJ-473Z QFLC1HJ-473Z FQCF31HZ-223Z QFLC1HJ-823Z QETN1HM-224Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1AM-227Z QCBB1HK-221Y QCBB1HK-221Y QTE1V06-106Z QTE1V06-106Z QCBB1HK-471Y QFZ0212-104Z QFZ0212-104Z QETN1CM-107Z QCSB1HK-4R7Y QCSB1HK-4R7Y FQCF31HZ-223Z FQCF31HZ-223Z QETN1JM-476Z QETN1JM-476Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1CM-227Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QEKC1HM-226Z QEKC1HM-226Z QDYB1CM-103Y QDYB1CM-103Y QDYB1CM-103Y QDYB1CM-103Y QDYB1CM-103Y QDYB1CM-103Y QEKC0JM-107Z QEKC1HM-106Z QEKC1HM-106Z QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-102Y QRT01DJ-R22X QRT01DJ-R22X QRT01DJ-R22X QRT01DJ-R22X QRE141J-333Y

Part Name LED LED LED LED LED E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR D.CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR D.CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR D.CAPACITOR D.CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR C RESISTOR

Description Local

12.000000MHz

10uF 35V 220pF 50V K 220pF 50V K 220pF 50V K 10uF 35V 100uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 100uF 50V M 220pF 50V K 10pF 50V J 47uF 63V M 0.047uF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 47uF 63V M 10pF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 0.082uF 50V J 0.22uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 220uF 10V M 220pF 50V K 220pF 50V K 10uF 35V 10uF 35V 470pF 50V K 0.1uF 0.1uF 100uF 16V M 4.7pF 50V K 4.7pF 50V K 47uF 63V M 47uF 63V M 0.047uF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 0.047uF 50V J 1uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 220uF 16V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 22uF 50V M 22uF 50V M 0.01uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V M 0.01uF 16V M 100uF 6.3V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 1k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 0.22 1W J 0.22 1W J 0.22 1W J 0.22 1W J 33k 1/4W J

Front board
Block No. [0][3][0][0]
Symbol No. IC600 IC660 IC670 IC700 IC750 IC760 IC954 IC955 Q600 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q604 Q700 Q701 Q702 Q703 Q704 Q705 Q706 Q904 Q905 Q906 Q907 Q908 Q950 Q951 Q952 D600 D601 D602 D603 D660 D661 D670 D671 D700 D701 D702 D703 D704 D705 D706 D750 D760 D908 Part No. STK432-070 KIA7805API KIA7805API STK412-430 KIA7808API KIA7809API PT6305 SN74HCU04N KRC102M-T KTA1267/YG/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T 2SK301/PQ/-T KTC1027/OY/-T KTA1023/OY/-T KTC3200/GL/-T KTA1268/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTA1267/YG/-T KRC102M-T KRC102M-T KRC102M-T KRC102M-T KRC102M-T KTC3199/GL/-T KTC3199/GL/-T KRA102M-T MTZJ9.1B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ2.4B-T2 MTZJ8.2C-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ6.8C-T2 MTZJ36B-T2 MTZJ36B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ10B-T2 MTZJ10B-T2 SLA-362LT-T Part Name IC IC IC POWER I.C IC IC FL DRIVER FL DRIVER DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR Z DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE LED Description Local

3-15

Symbol No. R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R615 R616 R617 R618 R619 R620 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R627 R628 R629 R630 R631 R632 R633 R634 R635 R636 R661 R671 R700 R701 R702 R703 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R750 R751 R760 R761 R946 R947 R948 R950 R951

Part No. QRJ146J-101X QRJ146J-101X QRJ146J-100X QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-563Y QRJ146J-100X QRJ146J-100X QRE141J-105Y QRE141J-392Y QRJ146J-122X QRE141J-475Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-563Y QRJ146J-122X QRJ146J-100X QRJ146J-100X QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-823Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-203Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRJ146J-100X QRZ0224-R22 QRZ0224-R22 QRE141J-333Y QRE141J-563Y QRE141J-563Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-473Y QRE141J-562Y QRE141J-562Y QRJ146J-100X QRJ146J-100X QRJ146J-100X QRJ146J-100X QRE141J-563Y QRE141J-563Y QRJ146J-821X QRJ146J-821X QRJ146J-470X QRJ146J-470X QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-823Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRK126J-2R2X QRJ146J-1R0X ERX12SJR33E QRJ146J-2R2X QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-221Y

Part Name UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR EMIT RESISTOR EMIT RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR

Description Local 100 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 1M 1/4W J 3.9k 1/4W J 1.2k 1/4W J 4.7M 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 1.2k 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 82k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 20k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 0.22 0.22 33k 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 47k 1/4W J 5.6k 1/4W J 5.6k 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 10 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 56k 1/4W J 820 1/4W J 820 1/4W J 47 1/4W J 47 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 82k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 2.2 1/2W J 1 1/4W J 2.2 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 220 1/4W J

Symbol No. R952 R953 R954 R955 R956 R957 R958 R959 R960 R961 R962 R963 R964 R965 R967 R968 R969 R970 R971 R972 R973 R974 R975 R976 R978 R980 R982 R983 R995 R996 R997 L601 L602 L701 L702 BZ900 CN511 CN600 CN610 CN700 CN710 CN812 CN902 CN912 FL900 FL901 FW215 FW216 FW218 FW901 FW902 JS958 JS960 JS962 S908 S909 S910 S911 S912 S913 S914 S915 S916 S917 S918 S919 S920 S921 S922 S923 S924 S925 S926 S927 S928 S929

Part No. QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-121Y QRE141J-151Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-391Y QRE141J-561Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-182Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-121Y QRE141J-151Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-391Y QRE141J-561Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-182Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-101Y QQLZ035-R39 QQLZ035-R39 QQLZ035-R39 QQLZ035-R39 QAN0055-001 QGB2510J1-16 QGB2510K1-11 QGB2510J1-11 QGB2510K1-10 QGB2510J1-10 QGF1210G1-23 QGF1210G1-18 QGF1205F1-18 QLF0133-001 GV30530-001A QUM153-09DGZ4 QJK008-101814 QJK008-111814 QUM153-10Z4Z4 QUM152-10Z4Z4 QSW1057-001 QSW1056-001 QSW0857-001 QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z QSW0825-001Z

Part Name C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR COIL COIL COIL COIL BUZZER CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR FL TUBE FL HOLDER FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE FLAT WIRE ROTARY SW ROTARY SW ROTARY SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW TACT SW

Description Local 220 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 120 1/4W J 150 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 390 1/4W J 560 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1.8k 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 120 1/4W J 150 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 390 1/4W J 560 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1.8k 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 0.39uH 0.39uH 0.39uH 0.39uH B-B (1-16) B-B (1-11) B-B (1-11) B-B (1-10) B-B (1-10) FFC/FPC (1-23) FFC/FPC (1-18) FFC/FPC (1-18)

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Symbol No. SP900 SP902 SP903

Part No. VYH7653-001 E3400-439 E3400-439

Part Name IC HOLDER SPECER SPECER

Description Local

Symbol No. C801 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806

Part No. QERF1AM-227Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31AK-474X NCB31CK-103X NCB31HK-102X NCB31HK-152X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-3R9X NRSA63J-3R9X NRSA63J-100X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-153X NRSA02J-101X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-333X

Part Name E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description Local 220uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.47uF 10V K 0.01uF 16V K 1000pF 50V K 1500pF 50V K 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 3.9k 1/16W J 33k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 3.9k 1/16W J 3.9k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 3.9 1/16W J 3.9 1/16W J 10 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 82k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 100 1/10W J 27k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 33k 1/16W J

CD servo board
Block No. [0][4][0][0]
Symbol No. IC201 IC251 IC601 IC651 IC671 IC681 IC682 IC691 IC801 Q291 Q631 C201 C251 C252 C253 C255 C258 C259 C291 C603 C604 C605 C606 C610 C611 C612 C614 C615 C616 C621 C622 C623 C624 C631 C632 C633 C641 C651 C652 C653 C654 C655 C656 C657 C658 C659 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C669 C672 C673 C674 C675 C676 C677 C678 C679 C681 Part No. BR24L08FV-W-X MN101C61GMB3 AN22002A-W MN6627911AC1 A42L2604V-45L SN74AHC1G32DC-X SN74LV08APW-X XC6206P182M-X AN4801SB-W 2SB1424/QR/-W 2SA1037AK/RS/-X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-103X NDC31HJ-101X QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-331X NDC31HJ-151X NCB31CK-563X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-393X NCB31HK-272X NCB31HK-182X NCB31CK-104X QEKJ1AM-107Z NCB31CK-104X QEKJ1AM-107Z QEKJ1CM-106Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31EK-223X NDC31HJ-101X QEKJ1AM-107Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-471X NCB31CK-104X NCB31EK-223X NCB31HK-102X NCB21CK-124X NCB31CK-104X QEKJ1AM-107Z NCB31CK-104X QEKJ1AM-107Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-272X NCB31HK-272X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31CK-104X QEKJ1AM-107Z NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X Part Name IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.01uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 330pF 50V J 150pF 50V J 0.056uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.039uF 16V K 2700pF 50V K 1800pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 10V M 10uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.022uF 25V K 100pF 50V J 100uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 470pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.022uF 25V K 1000pF 50V K 0.12uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 10V M 0.1uF 16V K 2700pF 50V K 2700pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 10V M 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K Description Local

R253 R255 R256 R257 R258 R259 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R267 R271 R274 R278 R281 R282 R283 R284 R285 R286 R287 R288 R289 R290 R291 R292 R293 R294 R295 R296 R297 R298 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R611 R613 R617 R621 R622 R624 R625 R631 R632 R634 R635 R651 R652 R653 R654 R655 R656 R657 R658 R659 R661 R662 R663 R664 R665 R666 R667 R668 R669 R671

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Symbol No. R672 R673 R674 R675 R676 R677 R678 R679 R681 R682 R801 R802 R803 R805 R806 R807 R809 R811 R812 R814 R815 R816 R818 CN251 CN252 CN253 CN601 CN602 CN651 K654 X251 X651

Part No. NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-223X QGF1036F1-15 QGA2001F1-02 QGA2001F1-03 QGF1006F2-16W QGA2001F1-06 QGF1036F1-17 NQR0007-002X QAX0684-001Z NAX0476-001X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR FERRITE BEADS C RESONATOR CRYSTAL

Description Local 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 3.3k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 18k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J FFC/FPC (1-15) W-B (1-2) W-B (1-3) FFC/FPC (1-16) W-B (1-6) FFC/FPC (1-17) 8.38MHz 33.8688MHz

Symbol No. D1 R371 VR37 CN1 FW100 P1 SW1 SW2 SW5 SW6

Part No. 1SR139-400-T2 QRE141J-123Y QVP0077-103Z QGF1205F1-09 QUM024-07A2Z3 QNZ0104-001 QSW0832-001 QSW0832-001 QSW0832-001 QSW0859-001

Part Name SI DIODE C RESISTOR TRIM RESISTOR CONNECTOR PARA RIBON WIRE POST PIN CASS.SWITCH CASS.SWITCH CASS.SWITCH DETECT SWITCH

Description Local

12k 1/4W J 10k FFC/FPC (1-9)

Head amplifier board


Block No. [0][7][0][0]
Symbol No. IC32 IC33 Q302 Q305 Q342 Q343 Q344 Q345 Q346 Q347 Q371 Q372 Q375 Q376 D340 D375 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C109 C110 C113 C120 C121 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C209 C210 C213 C220 C221 C300 C301 C304 C306 C307 C308 C310 C313 C314 C316 C319 C331 Part No. HA12238F CD4094BC 2SC2001/K/-T 2SC2001/K/-T KRA111M-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T 2SC3576-JVC-T KRC107M-T KTA1271/OY/-T KRC107M-T 2SB562/C/-T KTC3199/GL/-T MTZJ5.1B-T2 MTZJ5.1B-T2 QDGB1HK-821Y QDYB1CM-103Y QFLA1HJ-104Z QCBB1HK-221Y QCBB1HK-391Y QERF1HM-225Z QCBB1HK-271Y QEKJ1EM-475Z QDYB1CM-682Y QFLA1HJ-104Z QCSB1HK-4R7Y QCBB1HK-331Y QDGB1HK-821Y QDYB1CM-103Y QFLA1HJ-104Z QCBB1HK-221Y QCBB1HK-391Y QERF1HM-225Z QCBB1HK-271Y QEKJ1EM-475Z QDYB1CM-682Y QFLA1HJ-104Z QCSB1HK-4R7Y QCBB1HK-331Y QEKJ1HM-105Z QEKJ1AM-107Z QEKJ1CM-106Z FQETJ1AM-227Z QDGB1HK-102Y QDXB1CM-152Y QCBB1HK-223Y QEKJ1AM-107Z QCFB1HZ-105Y QFG32AJ-223Z QFLC1HJ-472Z QEKJ1CM-476Z Part Name IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR PP CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR 820pF 50V K 0.01uF 16V M 0.1uF 50V J 220pF 50V K 390pF 50V K 2.2uF 50V M 270pF 50V K 4.7uF 25V M 6800pF 16V M 0.1uF 50V J 4.7pF 50V K 330pF 50V K 820pF 50V K 0.01uF 16V M 0.1uF 50V J 220pF 50V K 390pF 50V K 2.2uF 50V M 270pF 50V K 4.7uF 25V M 6800pF 16V M 0.1uF 50V J 4.7pF 50V K 330pF 50V K 1uF 50V M 100uF 10V M 10uF 16V M 1000pF 50V K 1500pF 16V M 0.022uF 50V K 100uF 10V M 1uF 50V Z 0.022uF 100V J 4700pF 50V J 47uF 16V M Description Local R/P Equalizer Serial to parallel port extension

Loading switch board


Block No. [0][5][0][0]
Symbol No. IC1 IC2 D1 C1 C2 C3 C5 C6 C7 CN1 CN2 CN3 SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 Part No. LB1641 LB1641 MTZJ6.2A-T2 QEKC1AM-107Z QCFB1HZ-104Y QFLC1HJ-103Z QFLC1HJ-103Z QCFB1HZ-104Y QCFB1HZ-104Y QGF1036F1-15 QGB1214J1-08S QGB1214K1-08S QSW0844-001 QSW0844-001 QSW0844-001 QSW0844-001 QSW0844-001 QSW0854-002 QSW0886-002 QSW0886-002 Part Name IC IC Z DIODE E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SW DETECT SWITCH DETECT SWITCH 100uF 10V M 0.1uF 50V Z 0.01uF 50V J 0.01uF 50V J 0.1uF 50V Z 0.1uF 50V Z FFC/FPC (1-15) B-B (1-8) B-B (1-8) Description Local

Cassette switch board


Block No. [0][6][0][0]
Symbol No. IC1 Part No. SG-105F3-BB,C Part Name PHOTO SENSER Description Local

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Symbol No. C340 C341 C342 C371 C374 C376 R101 R102 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R110 R116 R121 R201 R202 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R210 R216 R221 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R310 R313 R314 R315 R327 R335 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 R342 R343 R344 R345 R346 R347 R353 R372 R375 R376 VR31 L301 L303 CN31 CN32 CN33 CN34 H32

Part No. QEKJ1CM-476Z QEKJ1HM-105Z QEKJ1CM-476Z QEKJ1EM-475Z QEKJ1AM-107Z QDYB1CM-103Y QRE141J-512Y QRE141J-512Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-113Y QRE141J-912Y QRE141J-273Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-512Y QRE141J-512Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-113Y QRE141J-912Y QRE141J-273Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-221Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-222Y QRJ146J-101X QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-472Y QRJ146J-4R7X QRE141J-2R2Y QRE141J-153Y QRE141J-101Y QRE141J-474Y QRE141J-222Y QRE141J-223Y QRE141J-332Y QRE141J-392Y QRE141J-104Y QRE141J-681Y QRE141J-123Y QRE141J-243Y QRE141J-183Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-472Y QRE141J-103Y QRZ9005-100X QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-151Y QRE141J-472Y QVP0008-203Z QQR1118-002 QQL244K-100Z QGF1205F1-06 QGF1205F1-09 QGF1205F1-09 QGF1201F3-10 GV40397-002A

Part Name E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR FUSI RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR TRIM RESISTOR OSC COIL(BIAS) COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR IC HOLDER

Description Local 47uF 16V M 1uF 50V M 47uF 16V M 4.7uF 25V M 100uF 10V M 0.01uF 16V M 5.1k 1/4W J 5.1k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 11k 1/4W J 9.1k 1/4W J 27k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 5.1k 1/4W J 5.1k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 11k 1/4W J 9.1k 1/4W J 27k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 220 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7 1/4W J 2.2 1/4W J 15k 1/4W J 100 1/4W J 470k 1/4W J 2.2k 1/4W J 22k 1/4W J 3.3k 1/4W J 3.9k 1/4W J 100k 1/4W J 680 1/4W J 12k 1/4W J 24k 1/4W J 18k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 10 1k 1/4W J 150 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 20k 10uH K FFC/FPC (1-6) FFC/FPC (1-9) FFC/FPC (1-9) FFC/FPC (1-10)

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Packing materials and accessories parts list


Block No. M 3 M M

A3

P7 A1, A2, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10 1/2

P2

P2 2/2 P5 P5 P4 P3 P11 1/2 A12 P6 P3 2/2 P10 P9 P11 A11 P10 P8

P1

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Packing and accessories


Block No. [M][3][M][M]
Symbol No. A 1 A 1 A 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 A 6 A 7 A 8 A 9 A 10 A 11 A 12 P 1 P 1 P 2 P 3 P 4 P 5 P 6 P 7 P 8 P 9 P 10 P 11 Part No. GVT0124-002A GVT0124-001A GV40511-001A GV40510-001B BT-51028-2 YU20333 QAL0014-001 QAL0457-001 RM-SHXGX7J -------------------BT-52006-2 HXGX7J-SPBOX-R HXGX7J-SPBOX-L GV20280-002A GV20280-001A GV10212-001A GV10213-001A QPC07007030P GV40168-010A GV30209-004A QPC02503515P 720-XGD7B0-00 720-XGD7T0-00 700-120076-10 715-250054-00 Part Name INST BOOK INST BOOK NOTICE SHEET CAUTION SHEET REGISTER CARD SAFETY INST. AM LOOP ANT ANT.WIRE REMOCON BATTERY WARRANTY CARD SPEAKER BOX SPEAKER BOX CARTON ASSY. CARTON ASSY. CUSHION TOP CUSHION BOTTOM POLY BAG SHEET CUSHION SPACER POLY BAG POLYFOAM BTTM POLYFOAM TOP POLY BAG MIRAMAT SHEET Description Local ENG,FRE ENG GX7C GX7J GX7J

(x2) GX7C GX7C GX7J 70cm x 70cm (x2) 25cm x 35cm (x2) (x2)

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COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM

HX-GX7

Consists of CA-HXGX7 and SP-HXGX7

For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No.
DISC
COMPACT

DIGITAL AUDIO

COMPACT

COMPONENT

SYSTEM

HX-GX7

SURROUND MODE

SOUND MODE

SUBWOOFER

SP-HXGX7

CA-HXGX7

SP-HXGX7

INSTRUCTIONS

For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No.

GVT0124-001A [J]

Warnings, Cautions and Others Mises en garde, prcautions et indications diverses


CAUTION

CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1 Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2 Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

CAUTION:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

ATTENTION
Afin dviter tout risque dlectrocution, dincendie, etc.: 1 Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le coffret de lappareil. 2 Ne pas exposer lappareil la pluie ni lhumidit.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Caution (STANDBY/ON) button! Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely. The (STANDBY/ON) button in any position does not disconnect the mains line. The power can be remote controlled. Attention Commutateur (attente/sous tension)! Dconnecter la fiche de secteur pour couper compltement le courant. Le commutateur (attente/sous tension) ne coupe jamais compltement la ligne de secteur, quelle que soit sa position. Le courant peut tre tlcommand.

WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

For U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Note to CATV system installer:


This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

32.0 kg / 71.0 lb.


CAUTION! To avoid personal injury or accidentally dropping the unit, have two persons unpack, carry, and install the unit. ATTENTION! Pour viter toute blessure personnelle ou chute accidentelle del appareil, faites d baller, transporter et installer l appareil par deux personnes.

G-1

For Canada/pour le Canada


CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQUAU FOND.

1 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2 CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the Unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. 3 CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 4 REPRRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED INSIDE UNIT. 1 PRODUIT LASER CLASSE 1 2 ATTENTION: Nouvrez pas le couvercle suprieur. Il ny a aucune pice rparable par lutilisateur lintrieur de lappareil; confiez toute rparation un personnel qualifi. 3 ATTENTION: Risque de radiations laser wisible et invisible quand lappareil est ouvert ou que le systme de verrouillage ne fonctionne pas ou a t mis hors service. vitez toute exposition directe au rayon. 4 REPRODUCTION DE LTIQUETTE: TIQUETTE DE PRCAUTION PLACE LINTERIEUR DE LAPPAREIL
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For Canada/pour le Canada


THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED DIGITAL APPARATUS, ICES-003 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS. CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMIRIQUES DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES DANS LA NORME SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR: APPAREILS NUMERIQUES, NMB-003 EDICTEE PAR LE MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS.

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Contents
Introduction .............................................................2
Precautions ..........................................................................2 How to Read This Manual...................................................2

Getting Started ........................................................3


Step 1: Unpack ....................................................................3 Step 2: Prepare the Remote Control ....................................3 Step 3: Hook Up ..................................................................4

Before Operating the System .................................6


Parts Index ...........................................................................6

Daily OperationsPlayback .................................8


Canceling the Demonstration ..............................................8 Listening to the Radio .........................................................9 Playing Back a Disc...........................................................10 Playing Back a Tape ..........................................................11

Daily OperationsSound&Other Adjustments ....12


Adjusting the Volume........................................................12 Reinforcing the Bass Sound ..............................................12 Selecting the Sound Modes ...............................................13 Creating Your Own Sound ModesUser Mode ..............13 Turning On or Off the Key-Touch Tone ...........................14 Setting the Clock ...............................................................14 Turning Off the Power Automatically...............................14

Advanced Disc Operations ...................................15


Programming the Playing OrderProgram Play..............15 Playing at RandomRandom Play...................................16 Repeating PlaybackRepeat Play ....................................17 Prohibiting Disc EjectionTray Lock..............................17

Advanced Tape Operations .................................18


Recording on a Tape..........................................................18 Synchronized Disc Recording ...........................................19

Timer Operations ..................................................20


Setting the Timer ...............................................................20 Timer Priority ....................................................................21

Additional Information ........................................22


Learning More about This System ....................................22 Maintenance ......................................................................23 Troubleshooting.................................................................23 Specifications ....................................................................24

Introduction
Precautions
Installation
Install in a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too coldbetween 5C and 35C. Install the System in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat buildup in the System. DO NOT install the System in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or vibration. Leave sufficient distance between the System and the TV. Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference with TV. If you are not going to operate the System for an extended period of time, unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet. If anything goes wrong, unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer.

How to Read This Manual


To make the explanations in this manual as simple and easyto-understand as possible, we have adapted the following methods: Button and control operations are explained as listed in the table below. Some related tips and notes are explained later in the sections Learning More about This System and Troubleshooting, but not in the same section explaining the operations. If you want to know more about the functions, or if you have a doubt about the functions, go to these sections and you will find the answers. Indicates that you press the button briefly.

Power sources
When unplugging the System from the wall outlet, always pull on the plug, not the AC power cord. DO NOT handle the AC power cord with wet hands.

Moisture condensation
Moisture may condense on the lenses inside the System in the following cases: After starting to heat the room In a damp room If the System is brought directly from a cold to a warm place. Should this occur, the System may malfunction. In this case, leave the System turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates, unplug the AC power cord, then plug it in again. Indicates that you press the button briefly and repeatedly until an option you want is selected. Indicates that you press one of the buttons.

Internal heat
A cooling fan is mounted on the rear panel to prevent heat buildup inside the unit. For safety, observe the following carefully: Make sure there is good ventilation around the unit. Poor ventilation could overheat and damage the unit. DO NOT block the cooling fan and the ventilation openings or holes. If they are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.

2 sec.

Indicate that you press and hold the button for an specified periods. The number inside the arrow indicates the period of press (in this example, 2 seconds). If no number is inside the arrow, press and hold until the entire procedure is complete or until you get a result you want. Indicate that you turn the control toward the specified direction(s).

Others
Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the System, unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer before operating any further.
Remote ONLY

DO NOT disassemble the System since there are no user serviceable parts inside.
Main Unit ONLY

Indicates that this operation is only possible using the remote control. Indicates that this operation is only possible using the buttons and controls on the Main unit.

Getting Started
Step 1:Unpack the package and
check the accessories. Step 1: Unpack
After unpacking, check to be sure that you have all the following items. The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of each piece supplied. FM antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Remote control (1) Batteries (2) If any item is missing, consult your dealer immediately.

Step 2: Prepare the Remote Control


Insert the batteries into the remote control by matching the polarity (+ and ) correctly.

1
Step 2: Prepare the remote control.

R6(SUM-3)/AA(15F)

Step 3: Hook up the components such


as AM/FM antennas, the speakers, etc.

Finally plug the AC power cord. Now you can operate this System.

DO NOT use an old battery together with a new one. DO NOT use different types of batteries together. DO NOT expose batteries to heat or flame. DO NOT leave the batteries in the battery compartment when you are not going to use the remote control for an extended period of time. Otherwise, the remote control will be damaged from battery leakage.

Step 3: Hook Up
If you need more detailed information, see page 5.
T

Illustrations of the input/output terminals below are typical examples. When you connect other components, refer also to their manuals since the terminal names actually printed on the rear vary among the components.

AM loop antenna (supplied) Turn it until the best reception is obtained.

Turn the power off to all components before connections.


FM antenna (supplied) Extend it so that you can obtain the best reception.

AM EX T

AM TENNA LOOP

AN

75W COAXIA L

FM

MAIN SPEA KERS

CATI ON: SPEA KER RIGH IMPE T DANC LEFT E 6 16

SUBW OOFE RS

To a wall outlet Plug the AC power cord only after all connections are complete. Demonstration will start automatically. To cancel it, see page 8.

To assemble and connect the AM loop antenna


To assemble the AM loop antenna

To connect the speaker cords


When connecting the speaker cords, match the polarity of the speaker terminals: (+) to (+) and () to (). Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the unit. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to each terminal. DO NOT push or pull the speakers as this will damage the foot spacers at the bottom of the speakers.

To connect the AM loop antenna cords


1 Hold 3 Release

2 Insert 1 Hold 2 Insert 3 Release

If the AM loop antenna wire or speaker cords are covered with vinyl, remove the vinyl to expose the tip of the antenna by twisting the vinyl. Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals, connecting cords and power cord. Also, keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the System, connecting cords, and the AC power cord. This could cause poor condition. For better FM/AM reception
Outdoor FM antenna

Speaker cords (black/blue)

Speaker cords (black/blue)

From right speaker

Speaker cords (black/red)

From left speaker

(not supplied)
Disconnect the supplied FM antenna, and connect to an outdoor FM antenna using a 75 wire with coaxial type connector.

To Connect Other Equipment


By using an stereo mini plug cord (not supplied), you can connect equipment with analog audio output jacks such as an MD player, a TV, etc.
AUX

Stereo mini plug cord (not supplied) Audio equipment output

NA TEN AN
E XT AM OP LO
CO

AM

75 L FMAXIA

(front panel)

If the audio output on the other equipment is not stereo mini plug type, use a plug adapter to convert the stereo mini
plug to the corresponding plug of the audio output.
AM loop antenna Keep it connected.

IMPORTANT Always set volume to MIN when connecting or disconnecting the other equipment. DO NOT plug in any equipment until all connections are complete.

Vinyl-covered wire (not supplied) When reception is poor, connect a single vinyl-covered wire to the AM EXT terminal and extend it

Before Operating the System


Parts Index
Refer to the pages to see how to use the buttons and controls.
Remote control

9, 11, 16

10, 11, 16, 18, 19 9, 10, 11, 16 8, 10, 15 17 16 12 13 12


RM-SHXGX7J REMOTE CONTROL

8, 21 14 8 8, 9 9 9, 10, 11, 16 15, 16 10, 16 10, 16 16 19 8, 11, 18 14 8, 12 12

Main unit

STANDBY lamp 8, 21

STANDBY

CLOCK /TIMER

14, 20, 21 9, 13, 14, 20, 21 8, 16, 21 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 18 8, 12 10, 17

SET /DISPLAY

U SO

ND MOD E

CANCEL /DEMO

DISC

13 11, 13, 14, 17, 19


PR E S E T

COMPACT

DIGITAL AUDIO

AUX

FM / AM

TAPE

CD

TUNING

VOLUME

/BEEP

DISC 1 PLAY

DISC 2

DISC 3

DISC 4

DISC 5

9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 10, 15, 19 10 15, 16 19 19 11, 18 Remote sensor
DISC PLAY MODE

EJECT

COMPACT

COMPONENT

SYSTEM

HX-GX7
DISC 5 DISC 4 DISC 3 DISC 2 DISC 1

12
SUBWOOFER LEVEL

RYTHYM AX

SUBWOOFER LEVEL

REPEAT

DISC REC

START SURROUND MODE


REC

17 12
SOUND MODE AUX SUBWOOFER

START /STOP

REVERSE MODE

AUTO REVERSE

11, 18
EXTENDED SUPER BASS

PHONES

EJECT

11, 18

The indications on the display teach you a lot of things while you are operating the System. Before operating the System, be familiar with when and how the indicator illuminates on the display.
Display Window

3 TITLE indicator

12 3 4
TITLE GROUP

5
TRACK

8
MONO ST

Lights when the group title or track title is shown on the main display.

4 GROUP indicator
Lights when the group title or number is shown on the main display.

SURROUND

REC

5 TRACK indicator

Lights when the track title or number is shown on the main display.

Indications on the main display While listening to radio:


Band Reception mode (FM only)
ST

6 Main display 7 REC indicator


Flashes while recording.

8 FM reception indicators
MONO: lights when monaural reception mode is selected. ST: lights while an FM stereo station with sufficient signal strength is tuned in.

Frequency

While playing a disc:


CD: Track number
TRACK

9 Disc operation indicators


REPEAT:lights when Repeat Play mode is activated. RANDOM:lights when Random Play is activated. ALL 1 DISC: ALL: lights when All Disc Repeat is activated. 1:lights when One Track Repeat is activated. 1 DISC: lights when One Disc Repeat is activated. PROGRAM:lights when Program Play mode is activated.

Elapsed playing time

MP3: Group number


GROUP TRACK

Elapsed playing time

p Disc indicators
Each indicator shows the status of a disc placed on each corresponding disc tray (DISC1 DISC5). Lights up when a disc is loaded. Goes off when the unit detects there is no disc loaded on the disc tray.

Track number

While disc play is stopped:


CD: Total track number
TRACK

Total playing time

q SURROUND indicator
Lights when the surround mode is activated.

MP3: Group number Track number

w Audio level indicator e Tape operation indicators 2 3 (tape direction):


Lights to indicate the current tape running direction. Flashes slowly during playback and recording. Flashes quickly while rewinding a tape. Flashes intermittently while locating the beginning of a recording. (reverse mode): : tape play continues endlessly. : tape play stops at the end of one side.

While selecting TAPE or AUX:


Source name

r Timer indicators

* When the beginning of the MP3 track, the track title will be shown before the elapsed playing time appears.

1 BEEP ON indicator
Lights when key-touch tone is activated.

2 MP3 indicator
Lights when an MP3 track is detected.

: lights when Daily Timer or Recording Timer stands by or is working. SLEEP: flashes when the Sleep Timer is activated. DAILY: lights up when the Daily Timer stands by or is working. REC: lights up when the Recording Timer stands by or is working.

Daily OperationsPlayback
In this manual, the operation using the remote control is mainly explained; however, you can use the buttons and controls on the main unit if they have the same (or similar) name and marks.

Turn on the power.


The STANDBY lamp on the Main unit goes off.

Select the source.


Playback automatically starts if the selected source is ready to start. If you press AUX, start playback source on the external component. Without pressing STANDBY , the System also turn on by pressing one of the source select button in step .

1
10 Keys (110,+10) 4/,7

Adjust the volume. [ Operate the target source as explained later.


To turn off (stand by) the System

2
FM MODE CD 3 CD 8

2 3

The STANDBY lamp on the unit lights in red. A small amount of power is always consumed even while on standby.

For private listening


Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack on the Main unit. The sound will no longer come out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting the headphones. Disconnecting the headphones will activate the speakers again.

DO NOT turn off (stand by) the System with the volume set to an extremely high level; Otherwise, the sudden blast of sound can damage your hearing, speakers and/or headphones when you turn on the System or start playback.

Canceling the Demonstration


1 sec.

Main Unit ONLY

CANCEL /DEMO

DEMO OFF DEMO START

Listening to the Radio


To select the band (FM/AM)
FM AM

4 Store the station.


SET /DISPLAY

To tune in to a station
While FM or AM are is selected...

To turn in to a Preset Station 1 Select the band (FM or AM).


FM AM

1 sec.
Increases the frequencies. Decreases the frequencies. When a station (frequency) with sufficient signal strength is tuned in, the frequency search stops. To stop searching manually, press either button. If the received FM station is hard to listen
Remote ONLY

2 Select a preset number for the station you store.


Examples: To select preset number 5, press 5. To select preset number 15, press +10, then 5. To select preset number 30, press +10, +10, then 10. You can also use the PRESET +/ control on the unit.

The MONO indicator lights on the display. Reception will improve though stereo effect is lostmonaural reception mode. To restore the stereo effect, press the button again (the MONO indicator goes off).
Main Unit ONLY

To preset Stations

You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations.

1 Tune in to a station you want to preset. 2 Enter into the presetting mode.
SET /DISPLAY

3 Select a preset number for the station you store.


PRESET

Playing Back a Disc


This System can play back the following discsregular CD and CD-R/RW (recorded either in the audio CD or MP3 format).

To select a playback disc

To insert discs
DISC 1 PLAY EJECT DISC 2 DISC 3 DISC 4 DISC 5

To select a track to start playback (MP3 only)


Before or after playback...

1 Select the group.


Remote control:

Main unit: When using an 8 cm disc, place it on the inner circle of the disc tray.
PRESET

CD

To close the disc tray, press the same 0 again. If you press CD 3, disc tray closes automatically and playback starts. When you press 0 for the next tray you want to place another disc onto, the first disc tray automatically closes and then next tray comes out. When you load an MP3 disc, you can select a track to start playback. See To select a track to start playback (MP3 only) on right column. To start: To pause: To stop:

The first track title in that group appears on the display and track number starts blinking.

2 Select a track.
Remote control:

Main unit:
PRESET

To release it, press CD 3.

CD

10

To select a track
While playing a disc... Increases the track numbers. Decreases the track numbers. To start: To stop:

To locate a particular portion


While playing a disc, press and hold the button until the portion you want is reached. To rewind tape: Before or after play... Rewind the tape to the right. Fast-forwards the track. Fast-reverses the track. You can also use 1/ on the unit. Rewind the tape to the left. You can also use 1/ on the unit.

To select a track directly


Examples: To select track 5, press 5. To select track 15, press +10, then 5. To select track 30, press +10, +10, then 10.

To change the tape running direction


3 (forward) 2 (reverse)

To reverse the tape automatically

Main Unit ONLY

Playing Back a Tape


To insert a tape
You can play back type I tapes. The use of C-120 or longer tape is not recommended.
Push

REVERSE MODE

Tape is automatically reversed, and playback repeats until you stop it. Tape will not be reversed. When the current side of the tape reaches its end, playback stops.

Insert

To locate the beginning or next of a recording Music Scan


During play, designate where the recording you want is locatedspecify how many recordings need to be skipped on the tape. Searches for the beginning of the recording to the right. Searches for the beginning of the recording to the left. You can also use 1/ on the unit.

Close

11

Daily OperationsSound&Other Adjustments


Remote Control

Adjusting the Volume


The volume level can be adjusted in 32 steps (VOLUME MIN, VOLUME 1 VOLUME 30, VOLUME MAX). Remote control: SLEEP Main unit:
VOLUME

SOUND MODE RHYTHM AX SUBWOOFER LEVEL +/

To drop the volume in a moment BEEP ON/OFF VOLUME +/ FADE MUTING

Remote ONLY

To restore the volume, press the button again, or adjust the volume level.

Reinforcing the Bass Sound


To adjust the subwoofer level gradually
You can select the subwoofer level from level 0 (minimum) to level 2 (maximum).
Main unit

CLOCK/TIMER SET/DISPLAY SOUND MODE PRESET +/7/BEEP RHYTHM AX

To emphasize rhythm feelingRHYTHM AX


This function emphasizes bass attack feeling, and also changes the subwoofer level.

VOLUME +/SUBWOOFER LEVEL +/-

ON (subwoofer level 2) OFF (subwoofer level 0)

12

Selecting the Sound Modes


You can select one of the preset Sound Modes. Remote control:

1 Select one of the preset Sound Modes.


UND MODE SO

DANCE OFF

HALL USER 13

STADIUM CLASSIC

ROCK POP

If you want to add surround elements into your Sound Mode, select one of the surround modes.

2 Enter into the SEA Control Mode.


You can enter the SEA Control Mode only while the Sound Mode appears on the display.
SET /DISPLAY

Main unit:
UND MODE SO

DANCE OFF

HALL STADIUM USER 13

ROCK POP

CLASSIC

Surround modes* DANCE HALL STADIUM Increases resonance and bass. Adds depth and brilliance to the sound. Adds clarity and spreads the sound, as in an outdoor stadium. Boosts low and high frequency. Good for acoustic music. Good for vocal music. Good for classical music. Your individual mode stored in memory. See the next column Creating Your Own Sound ModesUser Mode. No Sound Mode effect (FLAT).

3 Adjust the SEA pattern.


1 Select one of the toneBASS or TRE.

PRESET

SEA (Sound Effect Amplifier) modes ROCK POP CLASSIC User modes USER 1/2/3

2 Adjust the level of the selected tone. You can adjust the bass and treble level from 3 to +3. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to adjust the level of the other tone. 4 Finish the SEA pattern setting.
SET /DISPLAY

OFF

* Surround elements are added to the SEA elements to create being-there feeling in your room.

4 Select one of the User Modes in which you want to


store your adjustment.
PRESET

Creating Your Own Sound Modes User Mode

Main Unit ONLY

You can create your own Sound Modes to make sounds suit your taste. The changed settings can be stored as the USER 1, USER 2 and USER 3 modes.

5 Finish the setting.


SET /DISPLAY

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Turning On or Off the Key-Touch Tone


Remote control:

To check the current time during play

1 sec.
SET /DISPLAY

BEEP OFF BEEP ON


Main unit:

Clock Source information

Turning Off the Power Automatically


BEEP OFF BEEP ON

Remote ONLY

2 sec.
/BEEP

With Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep to music. You can set Sleep Timer only while the System is turned on.

1 You can specify the time (in minutes) as you like.


SLEEP 10 Canceled SLEEP 20 SLEEP 30 SLEEP 120 SLEEP 60 SLEEP 90

Setting the Clock

Main Unit ONLY

Without setting the built-in clock, you cannot use Daily/ Recording Timers (see page 20) and Sleep Timer. To exit from the clock setting, press CLOCK/TIMER as required. To go back to the previous step, press CANCEL/DEMO.

2 Wait until the set time goes off.


To check the time remaining until the shut-off time If you press the button repeatedly, you can change the shut-off time.

1 Enter into clock setting mode.


CLOCK /TIMER

If you have already adjusted the clock before, press the button repeatedly until the clock setting mode is selected. Adjust the hour.
PRESET

SET /DISPLAY

3 Adjust the minute.


PRESET

SET /DISPLAY

Now the built-in clock starts working.

14

Advanced Disc Operations


Remote Control

Programming the Playing Order Program Play


You can arrange the playing order of the tracks (up to 100) before you start playback.

1 Before starting playback, activate Program Play.


10 Keys (110,+10) 4/,7 Disc number buttons REPEAT RANDOM CD 3 CD 8 PROGRAM PROGRAM CANCEL Remote control: Main unit:
DISC PLAY MODE

CD PROGRAM

CD RANDOM

Canceled

2 Select a disc.
Remote control:

Main unit:
DISC 1 DISC 2 DISC 3 DISC 4 DISC 5

Main unit

PLAY EJECT

7/BEEP,8 4/ EJECT DISC PLAY MODE

SET /DISPLAY CANCEL /DEMO CD # Disc number buttons REPEAT

15

3 Select tracks you want for Program Play.


Disc number Program step number

To modify the program


Before or after playback... To erase the last step: To erase the entire program:

Track number

Remote control: Examples: To select track 5, press 5. To select track 15, press +10, then 5. To select track 30, press +10, +10, then 10. You can also use CANCEL/DEMO on the unit. To add steps in the program Repeat steps 2 and 3 on page 15.

To exit from Program Play


Main unit:
PRESET

Before or after playback... Remote control:


SET /DISPLAY

Main unit:
DISC PLAY MODE

CD PROGRAM

CD RANDOM

Canceled

When making programs from MP3 discs, the unit only recognizes tracks like audio CD. You cannot make programs using group numbers. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you program all tracks you want. The tracks you have selected are played back in the order you have programmed.

Playing at RandomRandom Play


You can play the contents of all loaded discs at random.

1 Before starting playback, activate Random Play.


Remote control: Main unit:
DISC PLAY MODE

5 Start playback.

CD PROGRAM

CD RANDOM

Canceled
To skip a track: To pause: To stop:

2 Start playback.
Playback starts in a random order. Random Play ends when all the contents of all loaded discs are played.

To release, press CD 3. To skip: To pause: To stop:

To check the programmed contents


Before or after playback...

Remote ONLY

in the programmed order. in the reverse order.

4 does not work.

To release it, press CD 3.

16

To exit from Random Play


Before or after playback... Remote control: Main unit:
DISC PLAY MODE

Prohibiting Disc EjectionTray Lock


You can prohibit disc ejection from the System and lock discs. This operation is possible only when the source is the CD player. While the disc tray is closed... Press 0 for any disc tray while holding down 7/BEEP.
DISC 1 DISC 2 DISC 3 DISC 4 DISC 5

CD PROGRAM

CD RANDOM

Canceled

Repeating PlaybackRepeat Play


You can repeat playback. While playing or before starting playback...

/BEEP

PLAY EJECT

REPEAT ALL Canceled

REPEAT 1 DISC REPEAT 1

Repeat mode indicators


TRACK

If you try to eject discs while Tray Lock is in use, LOCKED appears to inform you that the disc trays are locked. To cancel the prohibition, repeat the same procedure. UNLOCKED appears on the display.

REPEAT ALL REPEAT 1 DISC REPEAT 1

Repeats all tracks on all loaded discs. Repeats all tracks on the current disc. Repeats the current (or specified) track.

REPEAT 1 DISC cannot be selected for Program Play or Random Play. It is also canceled when you select Program Play or Random Play.

17

Advanced Tape Operations


Remote control

IMPORTANT It should be noted that it may be unlawful to re-record pre-recorded tapes, records, or discs without the consent of the owner of copyright in the sound or video recording, broadcast or cable programme and in any literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic embodied therein.

Recording on a Tape
You can use type I tapes for recording. To play a tape, see page 11. 7

1 Insert a recordable cassette.


Push Insert Close

REC START/STOP

TAPE 2 3

2 Check the tape direction of the cassette deck on the


display.
Tape direction indicator

Main unit

Reverse mode indicator

To change the direction

3 (forward) 2 (reverse)
7 4/ DISC REC START REC START /STOP REVERSE MODE EJECT 0 TAPE @/#

Disc number buttons

To change the Reverse mode if necessary


REVERSE MODE

To record on both sides. When using Reverse Mode, start recording in the forward (3) direction. To record on only one side.

18

3 Start playing the sourceFM, AM, or CD player, or


auxiliary equipment connected to AUX jacks. When recording a disc, you can also use Synchronized Disc Recording (see below). Start recording.

3 Change the Reverse mode if necessary (see page 18). 4 Start recording.
DISC REC

START

1 sec.

To stop recording

When either CD play or recording ends, both CD player and the cassette deck stop at the same time.

1 sec.
To protect your recording Cassettes have two small tabs on the back to protect from unexpected erasure or re-recording. To protect your recording, remove these tabs.

Synchronized Disc Recording

Main Unit ONLY

You can start and stop both disc play and tape recording at the same time.

1 Load a disc and insert a recordable cassette. 2 Select a disc.


DISC 1 PLAY EJECT DISC 2 DISC 3 DISC 4 DISC 5

To re-record on a protected tape, cover the holes with adhesive tape.

/BEEP

When you record an MP3 disc, you can select a track to start recording with (see To select a track to start playback (MP3 only) on page 10). For recording desired tracks on discs: You can program tracks to record from plural discs with your preferred order. Select Program Play (and make a program (see page 15)) without starting playback.

19

Timer Operations
Main unit

Setting the Timer

Main Unit ONLY

4/

CLOCK /TIMER SET /DISPLAY CANCEL /DEMO

Using Daily Timer, you can wake up with your favorite song. On the other hand, with Recording Timer, you can make a tape of a radio broadcast automatically. To correct a misentry during the process, press CANCEL/ DEMO. You can return to the previous step.

1 Select one of the timer setting modes (TIMER(ON))


you want to setDaily Timer or Recording Timer.
CLOCK /TIMER
Daily Timer Recording Timer

DAILYTIMER TIMER(ON)

REC TIMER TIMER(ON)

Canceled

Clock setting

Ex.: When Daily timer setting mode is selected.

2 Make the timer setting as you want.


Repeat the procedure until you finish setting in the following order:
PRESET

SET /DISPLAY

1 Set the hour then minute for on-time. 2 Set the hour then minute for off-time. 3 For Daily Timers: Select the playback source TUNER-FM, TUNER-AM, CD, TAPE or AUX IN. For Recording Timer: Select the playback sourceTUNER-FM or TUNER-AM.

Ex.: When TUNER-FM is selected.

4 Select a preset station for TUNER-FM and TUNER-AM, or select a disc and track number for CD.
Disc number Track number

Ex.: When CD is selected.

20

5 For Daily Timers: Select the volume level You can select the volume level (VOLUME 5, VOLUME 10, VOLUME 15 and VOLUME --). If you select VOLUME --, the volume is set to the last level when the System has been turned off. Turn off the System (on standby) if you have set the timer with the System turned on.

To turn off the Timer after its setting is done


You can turn off the timer after it has been set. Since Daily Timer is activated at the same time everyday, you may need to cancel it on some particular days.

1 Select the timer (DAILYTIMER or REC TIMER)


you want to cancel.
CLOCK /TIMER
Daily Timer Recording Timer

DAILYTIMER TIMER(ON)

REC TIMER TIMER(ON)

Canceled

Clock setting

2 Turn off the selected timer.


How Daily Timer actually works
Once the Daily Timer has been set, the timer ( ) indicator and DAILY indicator are lit on the display. Daily Timer is activated at the same time everyday until the timer is turned off manually (see the next column). When the on-time comes The System turns on, tunes in to the specified station or start playing the specified source, and sets the volume level to the preset level. When the off-time comes The System stops playback, and turns off (stands by). The timer setting remains in memory until you change it.
CANCEL /DEMO

The timer (

) indicator goes off.

To turn on the timer again, repeat the step 1 and press SET/ DISPLAY in step 2.
SET /DISPLAY

How Recording Timer actually works


When Recording Timer has been set, Timer ( ) indicator and the REC indicator are lit on the display. Recording Timer works only once. When the on-time comes The System turns on, tunes in to the specified station, sets the volume level to VOLUME MIN, and starts recording. When the off-time comes The System stops recording, and turns off (stands by). The timer setting remains in memory until you change it.

Timer Priority
Since each timer can be set separately, you may wonder what happens if the setting for these timers overlaps. Recording Timer has priority over the Daily Timer and Sleep Timer (see page 14).

AM 6:00 AM 6:30
Recording Timer Daily Timer

AM 7:00

AM 7:30

Canceled

PM 6:00 PM 6:30
Recording Timer Sleep Timer

PM 7:00

PM 7:30

Canceled

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Additional Information
Learning More about This System
Daily OperationsPlayback (see pages 8 to 11)
Listening to the Radio: When you repeatedly press /4 (TUNING +/ on the unit), the frequency changes step by step. If you store a new station into an occupied preset number, the previously stored station in that number will be erased. When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs, the preset stations will be erased in a few days. If this happens, preset the station again. Playing Back a Disc: This System cannot play packet write discs. For MP3 playback... MP3 discs are required a longer readout time than regular CDs. (It depends on the complexity of the group/file configuration.) Some MP3 files cannot be played back and will be skipped. This result from their recording processes and conditions. When making MP3 discs, use ISO 9660 Level 1 or level 2 for disc format. This System can play back MP3 files with the extension code <.mp3> (regardless of the letter caseupper or lower). It is recommended that you make each MP3 files at a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz and at bit rate of less than 64 kbps. This System manages files and folders as tracks and groups. This System can recognize up to 255 groups per disc (up to 999 tracks). When discs* in more than one tray are loaded on the disc trays, they are played in sequence as follows: Ex.: When DISC 2 is pressed: DISC 2]DISC 3]DISC 4]DISC 5]DISC 1 (then stops) * When no disc is loaded on the tray, that disc number is skipped. You can exchange discs while playing or selecting another disc. If the MP3 file has ID3 Tags, the disc information (track title, performer name and album name) will be shown after the file name appears. Playing Back a Tape: Music Scan works by detecting a 4-second long blank between each tunes, so it will not work well in the following cases: No blank at the beginning of a tunes. Noise (often caused by much use or poor quality dubbing) which fills the blank. Long, very soft passages or pauses in a tunes. This function does not affect recording. You can adjust the subwoofer level while RHTHYM AX is on. The subwoofer lamp changes brightness according to the subwoofer level. Selecting the Sound Modes: The sound mode lamp and Surround mode lamp change brightness according to selecting sound mode. Creating Your Own Sound ModesUser Mode: When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs, the setting will be erased in a few days. If this happens, set the user modes again. Setting the clock: AM 12:00 will flash on the display until you set the clock. Turning Off the Power Automatically: If you turn off the System, Sleep Timer is canceled.

Advanced Disc Operations (see pages 15 to 17)


Programming the Playing OrderProgram Play: While programming steps... If you try to program a disc number which tray is not loaded, NO READ appears on the display and your entry will be ignored. Your entry will be ignored if you have tried to program an item number that does not exist on the disc (for example, selecting track 14 on a disc that only has 12 tracks). Such entries are ignored, and are erased from the program.

Advanced Tape Operations (see pages 18 and 19)


Recording on a Tape: The recording level is automatically set correctly. Thus, you can adjust the sound (volume, sound mode, RHYTHM AX and subwoofer level) you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level during recording. There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto at the start and end of cassette tapes. Thus, when recording CDs or radio broadcasts, wind the leader tape first to ensure that the recording will be made without any music part lost. If no cassette is inserted, NO TAPE appears on the display. If a protected tape has been inserted, NO REC appears on the display. When using Reverse Mode for recording, start recording in the forward (3) direction first; otherwise, recording will stop when only one side (reverse) of the tape is recorded. You cannot change the source while recording. If you want to change the source, stop recording. Synchronized Disc Recording: Everything on the disc goes onto the tape in the order on the disc, or according to the order you have made for Program Play. When recording starts, CD REC appears on the display and the REC (recording) indicator flashes. When the tape reaches its end in the forward direction (3) during recording, the last song will be re-recorded at the beginning of the reverse side (2). When the tape reaches its end in the reverse side (2) during recording, recording stops even though the entire disc is not entirely recorded.

Daily OperationsSound&Other Adjustments (see


pages 12 to 14)
Adjusting the Volume: Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting the headphones. Adjusting the Sound: This function also affects the sound through the headphones. While listening with the headphones, you cannot adjust the subwoofer level.

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Timer Operations (see pages 20 and 21)


When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs, the timer will be canceled. You need to set the clock first, then the timer again. Without stopping the recording, you cannot change the source after Recording Timer starts recording. If you set the Sleep Timer after Daily Timer starts playing the selected source, Daily Timer is canceled. If Sleep Timer is set to come on while Recording timer is operating, Sleep Timer will not come on at all.

Troubleshooting
If you are having a problem with your System, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service.

General:
Adjustments or settings are suddenly canceled before you finish. ] There is a time limit. Repeat the procedure again. Operations are disabled. ] The built-in microprocessor may malfunction due to external electrical interference. Unplug the AC power cord and then plug it back in. Unable to operate the System from the remote control. ] The path between the remote control and the remote sensor on the System is blocked. Remove the obstruction. ] The batteries are exhausted. No sound is heard. ] Speaker connections are incorrect or loose (see pages 4 and 5). ] Headphones are connected. Disconnect the headphones.

Maintenance
To get the best performance of the System, keep your discs, tapes, and mechanism clean.

Handling discs
Remove the disc from its case by holding it at the edge while pressing the center hole lightly. Do not touch the shiny surface of the disc, or bend the disc. Put the disc back in its case after use to prevent warping. Be careful not to scratch the surface of the disc when placing it back in its case. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, temperature extremes, and moisture. To clean the disc: Wipe the disc with a soft cloth in a straight line from center to edge.

Radio Operations:
Hard to listen to broadcasts because of noise. ] Antennas connections are incorrect or loose (see pages 4 and 5). ] The AM loop antenna is too close to the System. ] The FM antenna is not properly extended and positioned.

Handling cassette tapes


If the tape is loose in its cassette, take up the slack by inserting a pencil in one of the reels and rotating. If the tape is loose, it may get stretched, cut, or caught in the cassette. Be careful not to touch the tape surface. Avoid the following places to store the tapein dusty places, in direct sunlight or heat, in moist areas, on a TV or speaker, or near a magnet. To keep the best recording and playback sound quality: Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol to clean the heads, capstans, and pinch rollers. Use a head demagnetizer (available at electronics and audio shops) to demagnetize the heads (when the System turned off).

Disc Operations:
The disc does not play. ] The disc is placed upside down. Place the disc with the label side up. The disc sound is discontinuous. ] The disc is scratched or dirty. The disc tray does not open or close. ] The AC power cord is not plugged in. ] Tray Lock is in use (see page 17).

Tape Operations:
The cassette holder cannot be opened. ] Power supply from the AC power cord has been cut off while the tape was running. Turn on the System.

Recordings:
Impossible to record. ] Small tabs on the back of the cassette are removed. Cover the holes with adhesive tape.

Cleaning the System


Stains should be wiped off with a soft cloth. If the System is heavily stained, wipe it with a cloth soaked in water-diluted neutral detergent and wrung well, then wipe clean with a dry cloth. Since the System may deteriorate in quality, it become damaged or get its paint peeled off, be careful about the following: DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth. DO NOT wipe it strong. DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine. DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as insecticides to it. DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in contact with it for a long time.

Timer operations:
Daily Timer and Recording Timer do not work. ] The System has been turned on when the on-time comes. Timer starts working only when the System is turned off.

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Specifications
Amplifier sectionCA-HXGX7
Output Power: SUBWOOFERS: 180 W per channel, min. RMS, driven into 6 at 63 Hz with no more than 10 %total harmonic distortion. MAIN SPEAKERS: 80 W per channel, min. RMS, driven into 6 at 1 kHz with no more than 10 %total harmonic distortion. Audio input sensitivity/impedance (Measured at 1 kHz, with tape recording signal 300 mV) AUX: 300 mV/47 k Speakers/impedance: SUBWOOFERS: 6 16 MAIN SPEAKERS: 6 16

Speaker sectionSP-HXGX7
Type: 3-Way 4-Speaker Bass-Reflex Type Speaker Systems: Subwoofer: 16 cm (6 5/16 in.) cone x 1 Woofer: 12 cm (4 3/4 in.) cone x 2 Tweeter: 5 cm (2 in.) cone x 1 Power handling capacity: Subwoofer: 360 (180 + 180) W Main speaker: 160 (80 + 80) W Impedance: Subwoofer: 6 Main speaker: 6 Frequency range: Subwoofer: 27 Hz 1000 Hz Main speaker: 70 Hz 25 000 Hz Sound pressure level: Subwoofer: 78 dB/Wm Main speaker: 88 dB/Wm Dimensions (approx.): 227 mm x 432 mm x 376 mm (W/H/D) (8 15/16 in. x 17 1/16 in. x 14 13/16 in.) Mass (approx.): 8 kg (17.7 lbs) each Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Tuner
FM tuning range: AM tuning range: 87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz 530 kHz 1 710 kHz 5 discs 87 dB 90 dB Immeasurable MPEG 1/2 Audio Layer 3 320 kbps

CD player
CD capacity: Dynamic range: Signal-to-noise ratio: Wow and flutter: MP3 recording format: Max. Bit rate:

Cassette deck
Frequency response Normal (type I): Wow and flutter: 50 Hz 14 000 Hz 0.15 % (WRMS)

General
AC 120 V , 60 Hz 245 W/310 VA (at operation) 26 W (on standby) Dimensions (approx.): 205 mm x 370 mm x 432 mm (W/H/D) (8 1/8 in. x 14 5/8 in. x 17 1/16 in.) Mass (approx.): 10.5 kg (23.2 lbs) Power requirement: Power consumption:

Supplied Accessories
See page 3.

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