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DVP-FX850

RMT-D183

SERVICE MANUAL

AEP Model UK Model Russian Model

SPECIFICATIONS
System
Laser: Semiconductor laser Signal format system: PAL (NTSC) PHONES (headphones) A/B: Stereo minijack (2) Mass (approx.): 1.045 kg Operating temperature: 5 C to 35 C Operating humidity: 25 % to 80 % AC Adaptor: 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Car Battery Adaptor: 12 V DC

Liquid Crystal Display


Panel size: 8 inches wide (diagonal) Driving system: TFT active matrix Resolution: 800 480 (effective pixel rate: more than 99.99%)

Audio characteristics
Frequency response: DVD VIDEO (PCM 48 kHz): 20 Hz to 22 kHz/ CD: 20 Hz to 20 kHz Harmonic distortion: 0.01 % Dynamic range: DVD VIDEO: 90 dB/ CD: 90 dB Wow and flutter: Less than detected value (0.001% W PEAK)

Supplied accessories
Audio/video cord (mini plug 2 y phono plug 3) (1) Mains lead (1) AC adaptor (AC-FX150) (1) Car battery adaptor (DCC-FX150) (1) Battery pack (NP-FX110) (1) Remote (with battery) (1) Carry case (1) Desing and specifications are subject to change without notice.

General
Power requirements: DC 9.5 V (AC Adaptor/Car battery adaptor) DC 7.4 V (Battery pack) Power consumption (DVD VIDEO Playback): 23 W (when used with a battery pack) 8.5 W (when used without a battery pack, with a headphone) Dimensions (approx.): 226.2 32.3 165.3 mm (width/height/ depth) incl. projecting parts

Inputs/Outputs
VIDEO (video input/output): Minijack (1) Output 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms AUDIO (audio input/output)/OPTICAL OUT (optical output): Stereo minijack/optical minijack combined (1) Output 2.0 Vrms/47 kilohms Recommended load impedance over 47 kilohms

PORTABLE CD/DVD PLAYER

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are pinched or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.

CAUTION: The use of optical instrument with this product will increase eye hazard. CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

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

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

: LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
1. GENERAL
Precautions ................................................................... About This Manual ........................................................ This Player Can Play the Following Discs .................... Preparations .................................................................. Playing Discs ................................................................. Enjoying DivX Videos .................................................... Settings and Adjustments ............................................. Hookups ........................................................................ Additional Information ................................................... 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10

Title

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Section
7.
7-1. 7-2.

Title

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IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION


MPEG/DSP/RF Pin Function (MAIN Board U7: MT1389HD) ...................................... 7-1 FRONT MICOM Pin Function (MAIN Board U3: Z8F0822) .......................................... 7-7

8.
8-1. 8-2.

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
Standard Video Level .................................................... 8-1 VCOM DC Level ............................................................ 8-1

2.
2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4.

DISASSEMBLY
MAIN Board, USB Board ............................................... Traverse ......................................................................... Upper Block ................................................................... LCD Panel Assy/DRIVER Board ................................... 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4

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9-1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 9-2.

TROUBLESHOOTING
Electrical Trouble Shooting Guide ................................. Power (DC-DC Converter) Circuit ................................. MPEG Circuit ................................................................. Front Circuit (Dogotrpm & Key) ..................................... RF/Servo Circuit ............................................................ LCD Trouble Shooting Guide ........................................ 9-1 9-1 9-3 9-4 9-5 9-6

3.
3-1.

BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Oveall Block Diagram .................................................... 3-1

10.

REPAIR PARTS LIST


10-1 10-1 10-2 10-3 10-4

4.
4-1. 4-2. 4-3. 4-4. 4-5. 4-6. 4-7. 4-8. 4-9.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Frame (1/2) .................................................................... Frame (2/2) .................................................................... MCU & DC-DC POWER ................................................ DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389HD .................................. SDRAM & FLASH ROM ................................................ VIDEO OUT & PANEL CONNECT ................................ AUDIO OUT ................................................................... IR-KB ............................................................................. T-CON ............................................................................ USB ............................................................................... 4-1 4-3 4-5 4-7 4-9 4-11 4-13 4-15 4-17 4-19

10-1. Exploded Views ............................................................. 10-1-1. Main Block ................................................................ 10-1-2. Upper Block .............................................................. 10-1-3. LCD Block ................................................................. 10-2. Electrical Parts List .......................................................

5.
5-1. 5-2. 5-3. 5-4.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS


Circuit Boards Location ................................................. MAIN Board ................................................................... DRIVER Board .............................................................. USB Board ..................................................................... 5-1 5-3 5-7 5-9

6.
6-1. 6-2.

WAVEFORMS AND CIRCUIT VOLTAGE


Waveforms ..................................................................... 6-1 Circuit Voltage Chart ..................................................... 6-5

MEMO

DVP-FX850 SECTION 1 GENERAL


Do not place the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, sand, moisture, rain, or mechanical shock, or in a car with its windows closed.

This section is extracted from instruction manual (3-100-247-11).

Precautions
Road safety
Do not use the monitor unit and headphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. Doing so may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headsets at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.

Do not confine the AC adaptor in a closed place such as a bookshelf or an AV cabinet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a travelers electric transformer, which may generate heat and cause a malfunction.

On operation
If the player is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the player. Should this occur, the player may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and leave the player turned on for about half an hour until the moisture evaporates. When you move the player, take out any discs. If you dont, the disc may be damaged. Keep the lens on the player clean and do not touch it. Touching the lens may damage the lens and cause the player to malfunction. Leave the disc lid closed except when you insert or remove discs.

On battery pack
Certain countries may regulate disposal of the battery used to power this product. Please consult with your local authority. Because of the batterys limited life, its capacity gradually deteriorates over time and repeated use. Purchase a new one when the battery holds about only half the normal period. The battery may not be charged to its fullest capacity when charged for the first time, or when it has not been used for a long time. The capacity recovers after being charged and discharged several times. Do not leave the battery pack in a car or direct sunlight, where temperature goes up above 60 C. Do not expose to water. Avoid short-circuiting the battery connecting jacks (A) located on the bottom of the player and the connecting jacks (C) on the battery pack with metal objects such as a necklace. Make sure dust or sand does not enter the battery connecting jacks (A) and the guide holes (B) located on the bottom of the player, and the connecting jacks (C) and the guide holes (D) on the battery pack.
B Bottom of the player

Do not drop or apply shock. Do not touch the metal parts, as it may cause a short and damage the car adaptor, especially if touched by other metal objects. Do not place the car adaptor in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight or mechanical shock, or in a car with its windows closed.

On adjusting volume
Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level section is played.

On safety
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the player and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

On headphones
Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones at high volumes. Hearing experts advice against continuous, loud, and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use. Showing consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and still be considerate to the people around you.

On power sources
The player is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the player itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use the player for a long time, be sure to disconnect the player from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead), grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. Do not touch the mains lead or the AC adaptor with wet hands. Doing so may cause shock hazard.

On Liquid Crystal Display


Although manufactured with high precision technology, the LCD may occasionally display dots of various colours. That is not a malfunction. Do not wipe the LCD surface with wet cloth. If water enters, a malfunction may result. Do not place or drop any object onto the LCD surface. Also, do not apply pressure from hands or elbows. If the player is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, moisture may condense over the LCD surface. In which case, wipe out the moisture with tissue paper, etc., before use. However, moisture condensation will continue if the LCD surface is cold. Wait until the surface warms to room temperature.

On cleaning
Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.

On cleaning discs, disc/lens cleaners


Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners (including wet or spray types). These may cause the apparatus to malfunction.

On temperature increases
Heat may build up inside the player during charging or if it is being used for a long time. This is not a malfunction.

On placement
Place the player in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the player. Do not place the player on a soft surface such as a rug that might block the ventilation holes. Do not place the player in a confined space such as a bookshelf or similar unit. To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.

A D Battery pack

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Caution: This player is capable of holding a still video image or on-screen display image on your television screen indefinitely. If you leave the still video image or on-screen display image displayed on your TV for an extended period of time you risk permanent damage to your television screen. Plasma display panel televisions and projection televisions are susceptible to this. If you have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

On AC adaptor
Install this system so that the mains lead can be unplugged from the wall socket immediately in the event of trouble. Use the supplied AC adaptor for this player, as other adaptors may cause a malfunction.
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On car adapter
Use the supplied car adaptor for this player, as other adaptors may cause a malfunction. Do not dissemble or reverse-engineer.

About This Manual


Instructions in this manual describe the controls on the remote. You can also use the controls on the player if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote. DVD may be used as a general term for DVD VIDEOs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs (+VR mode) and DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode, video mode). The meaning of the icons used in this manual is described below:
Icons Meaning Functions available for DVD VIDEOs and DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs in +VR mode or DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in video mode Functions available for DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in VR (Video Recording) mode Functions available for VIDEO CDs (including Super VCDs or CD-Rs/CDRWs in video CD format or Super VCD format) Functions available for music CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in music CD format Functions available for DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing MP3*1 audio tracks, JPEG image files, and DivX*2*3 video files) Functions available for DATA DVDs (DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/ DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs containing MP3*1 audio tracks, JPEG image files, and DivX*2*3 video files) Functions available for USB devices containing MP3*1 audio tracks, and JPEG image files
*1 MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III) is a standard format defined by ISO (International Organization for Standardization)/IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) MPEG which compresses audio data. *2 DivX is a video file compression technology, developed by DivXNetworks, Inc. *3 DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivXNetworks, Inc. and are used under licence.

This Player Can Play the Following Discs


Format of discs
DVD VIDEO

Example of discs that the player cannot play


The player cannot play the following discs: Blu-ray discs. Discs recorded in AVCHD format. HD DVDs. DVD-RAMs. CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs other than those recorded in the formats listed on this page. CD-ROMs recorded in PHOTO CD format. Data part of CD-Extras. DVD Audio discs. DATA DVDs that do not contain MP3 audio tracks, JPEG image files, or DivX video files. HD layer on Super Audio CDs. Also, the player cannot play the following discs: A DVD VIDEO with a different region code. A disc that has a non-standard shape (e.g., card, heart). A disc with paper or stickers on it. A disc that has the adhesive of cellophane tape or a sticker still left on it.

DVD-RW/-R (finalized disc) DVD+RW/+R (finalized disc)

VIDEO CD/ Music CD

CD-RW/-R

DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD VIDEO, and CD logos are trademarks.

Notes
Notes about DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/ DVD-Rs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs Some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVDRs, or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be played on this player due to the recording quality or physical condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the recording device and authoring software. The disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. For more information, refer to the operating instructions for the recording device. Note that some playback functions may not work with some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if they have been correctly finalized. In this case, view the disc by normal playback. Also some DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in Packet Write format or multiple sessions cannot be played. Notes about DVD+R DLs/DVD-R DLs MP3 and JPEG files recorded on the second layer of a DVD+R DL/-R DL (double layered) cannot be played. DVD-R DL discs recorded in VR mode cannot be played.

Note about CDs/DVDs


The player can play CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CDRWs recorded in the following formats: music CD format video CD format MP3 audio tracks, JPEG image files, and DivX video files of format conforming to ISO 9660* Level 1, or its extended format, Joliet KODAK Picture CD format
* A logical format of files and folders on CDROMs, defined by ISO (International Organization for Standardization).

The player can play DVD-ROMs/ DVD+RWs/DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-Rs recorded in the following format: MP3 audio tracks, JPEG image files, and DivX video files of format conforming to UDF (Universal Disk Format).

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Music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently, various music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies are marketed by some record companies. Please be aware that among those discs, there are some that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be playable by this product. Note on DualDiscs A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which mates DVD recorded material on one side with digital audio material on the other side. However, since the audio material side does not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard, playback on this product is not guaranteed.

Trademarks
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS and DTS Digital Out are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc.

Preparations

Checking the Accessories


Preparations

Check that you have the following items: Audio/video cord (mini plug 2 y phono plug 3) (1) Mains lead (1) AC adaptor (AC-FX150) (1)

Car battery adaptor (DCC-FX150) (1) Battery pack (NP-FX110) (1) Remote (with battery) (1) Carry case (1)

Using the Remote


When operating, point it at the remote sensor on the player.

Region code
It is the system that is used to protect copyrights. The region code is shown on the DVD VIDEO packages according to the region of sale. DVD VIDEOs labelled ALL or 2 will play on this player.
ALL

To replace the remote control battery


Insert a lithium battery CR2025 matching the 3 and # ends of the battery.

Pull out the battery holder (2) while pressing the lock lever (1).

Insert the new battery in the battery holder with the 3 side up and then push the holder fully.

Note on playback operations of DVDs and VIDEO CDs


Some playback operations of DVDs and VIDEO CDs may be intentionally set by software producers. Since this player plays DVDs and VIDEO CDs according to the disc contents the software producers designed, some playback features may not be available. Also, refer to the instructions supplied with the DVDs or VIDEO CDs.

Remove the old battery.

Notes
Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or a lighting apparatus. Doing so may cause a malfunction. No button operation can be made, when the battery drains. If the remote does not work at all, change the battery and check the status. When disposing the used batteries, follow the battery makers instructions.

Copyrights
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Using the LCD Panel


The LCD panel of the player can rotate a maximum of 180 degrees clockwise and still be used. After rotation of the LCD panel, it can be folded down on the main body of the player and still function.

Connecting the AC Adapter


Connect the AC adaptor (supplied) in the order of 1 to 3 below. To disconnect, follow the steps in reverse order. See also On AC adaptor in Precautions (page 3).

Preparations

Rotating the LCD panel

1 2

A PHONES B

Place the player on a table or other flat stable surface. Push the LCD panel up with your thumbs until it is open to the vertical position.

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

To DC IN 9.5 V jack DC plug 2 AC Adaptor (supplied) Mains lead (supplied)

3 To mains

Slowly rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees in the direction indicated by the arrow (clockwise).

Note
Stop playback before disconnecting the mains lead. Failure to do so, may cause a malfunction.

Rotating and folding down the LCD panel


After rotating the LCD panel 180 degrees clockwise push the LCD panel down onto the main body of the player. In this position the panel is facing up.

To return the LCD panel to its original position


Open the LCD panel to the vertical position and rotate the LCD panel counter-clockwise slowly.

Notes
Do not rotate the LCD panel over 180 degrees. In addition, do not rotate in the opposite direction. Doing so will break the LCD panel. If the LCD panel does not fully open, do not further rotate it. The LCD panel may become damaged. Return the LCD panel to its original positions after use. The LCD screen can be damaged by sudden shocks or similar treatment.

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Using with Battery Pack


When a mains connection is not available, the player can be enjoyed with the battery pack (supplied) installed. Please charge the battery pack before using it. See also On battery pack in Precautions (page 4).

Charging the battery pack

1 2

Attach the battery pack to the player (page 12). Connect the AC adaptor to the player, and then connect the mains lead into a mains (page 11).
Preparations
CHARGE indicator DC IN 9.5 V jack

Installing the battery pack

1 2

Aligning the battery pack with the lines on the players bottom, engage the hooks of the battery pack in the holes on the bottom of the player. Slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it clicks into place.
Battery pack

VOLUME

A PHONES B

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

CHARGE HOLD

Player

Battery pack

When charging begins, the CHARGE indicator LED illuminates. When charging ends, the CHARGE indicator LED extinguishes.

After charging is finished, disconnect the mains lead from the mains and remove the AC adaptor.

To check the battery level


When the player is stopped, a battery indicator is displayed on the screen. Recharge the battery, when is displayed or the CHARGE indicator flashes.
Bottom of the player Full Exhausted

The battery indicator is not displayed when a DVD, VIDEO CD or JPEG file are being played. Stop the player and check the battery level.

To remove the battery pack


Push the release knob and slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow.

Charging time and maximum playing time


Charging time (with the player turned off) Playing time (with the display turned on) Approx. 6 hours Approx. 6 hours*

Release knob

* This is the indication of the longest continuous playback on the following conditions. normal temperature (20C) Headphone Use Set Backlight Adjustment to the Minimum Set Digital Output to Off in Audio Setup. Battery condition may reduce operating time.

Notes
Turn the player off before installing the battery pack. Do not remove the battery pack during playback. Do not touch the connecting points of the player and the battery pack. Doing so may cause a malfunction. Be careful not to drop the battery pack when installing and removing it.

Notes
The battery indicator does not appear on the screen when the AC adaptor is used or when inputting from external sources. Charging times may differ from that indicated above due to conditions of use, environment, and other factors. The recommended charge up surrounding temperature is in the 10-30C range.

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Using With the Car Battery Adaptor


Use the car battery adaptor (supplied) to supply power from the cigarette lighter socket to the player. The adaptor is for a 12V car battery. Do not use it with a 24V car battery. The adaptor is also for use with negatively grounded cars. Do not use it with cars grounded positively.

2 Press [/1 on the remote or slide


Playing Discs

the [/1/HOLD switch of the player to the right.


The player turns on and the power indicator lights up in green.

Playing Discs

3 Slide the OPEN knob to the left and


open the disc lid.
A PHONES B AUDIO OPTICAL OUT VIDEO LINE SELECT IN OUT DC IN 9.5V

Playing Discs

To DC IN 9.5V jack

To cigarette lighter socket

Depending on the DVD or VIDEO CD, some operations may be different or restricted. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc. Connect the AC adaptor or install the battery pack.

4 Insert the disc to be played.


Push with the playback side down until it clicks.

Car battery adaptor (supplied) z Hint If the car adaptor interferes with car operation, use a commercial cigarette lighter extension cord.

H
DISPLAY MENU RETURN OPTIONS

OPEN

CHARGE HOLD

Playback side facing down

Notes
Do not use the car adaptor if it has been dropped or damaged. Arrange the cord so as not to interfere with the driver. Also, do not place the LCD panel where the driver can watch. If the picture is not clear, keep the player away from the car battery adaptor. Use the car battery adaptor with the car engine running. If it is used with the car engine off, the car battery may become unusable. If the cigarette lighter socket is dirty with ash, etc, a bad connection may cause the plug to heat up. Always clean well before use. The car battery adaptor may heat up while charging or after a long period of use. That is not a malfunction.

OPEN knob

\/1/HOLD

5 Push the PUSH CLOSE on the


player to shut the disc lid.

\/1
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

6 Press H.
Playback starts. Some discs may start playing automatically after the disc lid is shut. Depending on the disc, a menu may appear on the screen. For DVD VIDEOs, see page 17. For VIDEO CDs, see page 20. After all titles have been played, the player will stop itself and the display will return to the menu screen.

After using the car battery adaptor


After turning the player off, disconnect the car battery adaptor from the cigarette lighter socket.

H x

Notes
Do not turn off the car engine while the player is turned on. Doing so stops the power supply and may cause damage to the player. Disconnect the car battery adaptor after use. Since some cars supply power to the cigarette lighter socket even when the engine is turned off, the vehicles battery may discharge over time. When disconnecting the car battery adaptor, hold the plug to pull it out. When listening to the car radio, disconnect the car battery adaptor from the cigarette lighter socket to avoid noise.

1 Open the players LCD panel.


Set the LINE SELECT switch on the players right side to OUT and set the CD/DVD USB switch on the players left side to CD/DVD.

Notes
If the disc is inserted with playback side up, a No Disc message appears. Discs created on DVD recorders must be correctly finalized to play on this player. For more information about finalizing, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the DVD recorder.

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The disc may be still spinning when the disc lid is opened. Wait until the spinning stops before removing the disc. During operation, may appear on the screen. This symbol indicates that a function explained in this operating instruction is not available on the current DVD VIDEO. Some DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode) may take time before starting playback because of the recorded content.

Notes
A screen saver image appears when you leave the player in pause or stop without operation for more than 15 minutes. The image disappears when you press H. See page 35 for details. The player turns off, 15 minutes after starting the screen saver function (Auto Power Off).

Resuming playback from the point where you stopped the disc (Resume Play)
When you stop playback, the player remembers the stop point and displays a message on the screen. You can resume from the same point by pressing H again. Resume Play works even after the player is turned off, as long as the disc lid is kept closed.

Using the DVDs menu


A DVD is divided into long sections of a picture or a music feature called titles. When you play a DVD containing several titles, you can select the title you want using the TOP MENU button. When you play DVDs that allow you to select items such as language for the sound and subtitles, select these items using the MENU button.

Additional playback operations

Playing Discs

To adjust the volume


Adjust to the preferred level using the VOLUME button on the right side of the player.
VOLUME
1 4 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

Number buttons TOP MENU C/X/x/c ENTER x

4 7

Min

Max

MENU

To stop playback
Press x. Pressing H again will start playback from the point you stopped (Resume Play). To play from the beginning, press x twice, then press H.
. > x X H

To turn off the power


Press the remotes \/1 button or slide the players \/1/HOLD switch to the right.

To Stop Pause

Operation Press x Press X

1 2

1
While playing a disc, press x to stop playback.
A message appears.

Press TOP MENU or MENU.


The discs menu appears on the screen. The contents of the menu vary from disc to disc.

To avoid accidental button operation on the player


Set the players \/1/HOLD switch to HOLD. All the buttons on the player are locked, while the button on the remote remains operable.

Go to the next chapter, Press > track, or scene in continuous play mode Go back to the Press . previous chapter, track, or scene in continuous play mode Briefly fast forward the current scene* Press during playback.

Press H.
The player starts playback from the point you stopped in step 1.

2 3

Press C/X/x/c or the number buttons to select the item you want to play or change. Press ENTER.

To play DTS sound tracks on a DVD VIDEO


The players speaker does not output DTS sound. When you play DTS sound tracks on a DVD VIDEO, connect the player to an AV amplifier (receiver) (page 40) and set up DTS in Audio Setup (page 36). If you connect the player to audio equipment such as an AV amplifier (receiver) without a DTS decoder, do not set DTS to On in Audio Setup (page 36). A loud noise may come out from the speakers, which may affect your ears or cause speaker damage.

z Hints To play from the beginning of the disc, press x twice, then press H. When turning power on again after power off, resume play starts automatically.

Note
Depending on the disc, you may not be able to use C/c of the player for the disc menu. In this case, use C/c on the remote.

* DVD VIDEOs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode) only. The above functions may not be used for some scenes.

Notes
Depending on the stop point, Resume play may not start from exactly the same point. The point where you stopped playing is cleared when: you turn off the player while playing a DVDRW/DVD-R (VR mode). you open the disc lid. you disconnect the battery pack and the AC adaptor.

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Changing the sound


When playing a DVD VIDEO recorded in multiple audio formats (PCM, Dolby Digital, or DTS), you can change the audio format. If the DVD VIDEO is recorded with multilingual tracks, you can also change the language. With CDs or VIDEO CDs, you can select the sound from either the right or left channel and listen to the sound of the selected channel through both the right and left speakers. For example, when playing a disc containing a song with the vocals on the right channel and the instruments on the left channel, you can hear the instruments from both speakers by selecting the left channel.

When playing a Super VCD Stereo: the stereo sound of the audio track 1 Left: the sound of the left channel of the audio track 1 (monaural) Right: the sound of the right channel of the audio track 1 (monaural) Stereo 1: the stereo sound of the audio track 2 Left 1: the sound of the left channel of the audio track 2 (monaural) Right 1: the sound of the right channel of the audio track 2 (monaural)

Displaying the subtitles


If subtitles are recorded on the disc, you can change the subtitles or turn them on and off whenever you want while playing a DVD.

Changing the angles


If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene are recorded on the DVD VIDEO, appears on the screen. This means that you can change the viewing angle.

1 1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 4 6 7 9

2 5 8 0

Playing Discs

6 9

SUBTITLE

ANGLE

z Hints You can check of the current audio format (Dolby Digital, DTS, PCM, etc.) by pressing AUDIO repeatedly while playing a DVD VIDEO. You can switch the sound in the Playback Settings Display while playing a DVD (page 21).

Press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select a setting.


Depending on the disc, the choice of language varies.

Press ANGLE repeatedly to select an angle number.


The scene changes to the selected angle.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

Notes
AUDIO

Press AUDIO repeatedly to select the desired audio signal.


The default setting is underlined. When playing a DVD VIDEO Depending on the DVD VIDEO, the choice of language varies. When the same language is displayed two or more times, the DVD VIDEO is recorded in multiple audio formats. When playing a DVD-VR mode disc The types of sound tracks recorded on a disc are displayed. Example: 1.Main (main sound) 1.Sub (sub sound) 1.Main+Sub (main and sub sound) When playing a CD/VIDEO CD Stereo: the standard stereo sound Left: the sound of the left channel (monaural) Right: the sound of the right channel (monaural)

Depending on the disc, you may not be able to change the audio format, even if it is recorded in multiple audio formats. When playing a Super VCD that does not contain audio track 2, no sound will come out if you select Stereo 1, Left 1, or Right 1. When playing soundtracks on DVD-RW/DVD-R (VR mode) with audio equipment such as an AV amplifier (receiver) connected via the OPTICAL OUT jack, set Dolby Digital in Audio Setup to Downmix PCM (page 36). If DTS in Audio Setup is set to Off (page 36), the player does not output the DTS signal from the OPTICAL OUT jack even when the disc contains a DTS track. When playing DTS sound tracks on a CD, you cannot change the sound.

Notes To turn off the subtitles


Select Subtitle Off in step 1.
z Hint You can switch the subtitles in the Playback Settings Display while playing a DVD (page 21). Some DVD VIDEOs prohibit changing angles even when multi-angles are recorded. You cannot change angles during Slow Play or Scan Play. (angle mark) does not appear when Angle Mark in General Setup is set to Off (page 35).

Notes
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, you may not be able to change the subtitles even if multilingual subtitles are recorded on it. You also may not be able to turn them off. While you play a disc with subtitles, the subtitle may disappear when you press .

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Selecting Original or Play List on a DVD-RW/DVD-R


Some DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in VR (Video Recording) mode have two types of title for playback: originally recorded titles (Original), and titles that can be created on recordable DVD players for editing (Play List). You can select the type of title to be played.

Playing VIDEO CDs With PBC Functions (PBC Playback)


Some VIDEO CDs have Playback Control (PBC) functions allowing for interactive search or playback options.

Using the Playback Settings Display


While playing a DVD, you can check the current playback settings on the screen. The Playback Settings Display also allows you to change sound, subtitle, and angle or search for a title or track by inputting numbers.
DISPLAY Number buttons C/X/x/c ENTER
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

Audio Subtitle Angle T.Time C.Time Repeat Time Disp.

3 Press X/x to select the setting,


Playing Discs

Number buttons ENTER

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

and press ENTER.


To enter numbers, use the number buttons or X/x.

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

TOP MENU

Note
Depending on the disc, you may not be able to set some options.

1 1
Press TOP MENU when the player is in stop mode.
The current mode appears. The TOP MENU button does not work when Resume Play is activated. Cancel the Resume Play status first by pressing x twice, and then press TOP MENU.

Start playing a VIDEO CD with PBC functions.


The menu appears for your selection.

To turn off the display


Press DISPLAY or O RETURN.

2 3

Press the number buttons to select the item number you want and press ENTER. Follow the instructions on screen for interactive operations.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the disc, as the operating procedure may differ depending on the VIDEO CD.

1 Press DISPLAY while playing a


DVD.
The Playback Settings Display appears. Example: When playing a DVD VIDEO
Items Current playback settings

Searching for a title/chapter, etc.


By entering the number or the time code, you can search a DVD by title or chapter.

Switch the mode by pressing TOP MENU repeatedly.

Press X/x to select the search method on the Playback Settings Display, and press ENTER.
Title Chapter T.Time* C.Time*

z Hint You can check the current mode by pressing DISPLAY during playback. On the Playback Settings Display (page 21), PL or ORG will be displayed next to the title number.

z Hint To cancel the PBC function, set PBC to Off in General Setup (page 35) and then, open and close the disc lid.

Menu Title Chapter Audio Subtitle 02/07 03/20 02 2CH DOLBY DIGITAL English 01 English Title Elapsed 00:12:01

* You can search the title or chapter of a DVD VIDEO by entering the time code.

Note
Depending on the VIDEO CD, Press ENTER in step 2 may appear as Press SELECT. In this case, press H.

Notes
When a disc containing a Playlist title is inserted, the player automatically starts playing the Playlist title. When no Playlist title is recorded, ORG appears in step 1. When you press TOP MENU once more, appears.

Battery status

Elapsed or remaining time

Press the number buttons or X/x to select the title or chapter number, and press ENTER.

The corresponding icon for Play, Pause, Search, or Slow Play is displayed in the upper right corner of the screen. When a DVD-RW/DVD-R (VR mode) is played, PL or ORG is displayed next to the title number.

2 Press X/x to select the desired


item and press ENTER.
Title Chapter

The player starts playback from the selected number. When you select T.Time or C.Time in step 1, 00:00:00 will appear on the screen. Enter the desired time code using the number buttons, and press ENTER. Playback starts from the entered time code. Elapsed or remaining time appears on the footer of the Playback Settings Display.
z Hints You can use direct search without displaying the control menu. See page 23 for details.
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See page 23 for details about using direct search for a CD or VIDEO CD.

Checking the playing time and remaining time


You can check the playing time and remaining time of the current title or chapter.

Notes
The displayed title/chapter number is the same as the number recorded on the disc. Chapter times are not displayed when a DVDRW/DVD-R (VR mode) is played. Chapter time will be displayed as --:--:--. Depending on the disc, you may not be able to use the time code.

Searching for a Particular Point on a Disc (Search, Scan, Slow Play,


Repeat Play, Random Play)
You can quickly locate a particular point on a disc by monitoring the picture or playing back slowly.

Locating a point quickly using the ./> PREV (previous)/ NEXT buttons (Search)

Select Time Disp. on the Playback Settings Display, and press ENTER.

During playback, press > or . once briefly to go to the next or previous chapter/ track/scene.
z Hints When you know the title or chapter number, you can search directly by entering these numbers using the number buttons. While playing a DVD VIDEO, you can search for a title or chapter using the number buttons and ENTER. Press C/c to switch between title and chapter. While playing CDs/VIDEO CDs, you can search for a track using the number buttons and ENTER.

Playing Discs

Playing a DVD VIDEO repeatedly (Repeat Play)


You can play all of the titles on a DVD VIDEO, or a single title or chapter repeatedly.

Time Disp. Title Elapsed Title Remain Chapter Elapsed Chapter Remain Title Elapsed 00:12:48

DISPLAY
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

H . m

OPTIONS > M

1 2

Select Repeat on the Playback Settings Display, and press ENTER. Press X/x to select the setting, and press ENTER.
Chapter: repeats the current chapter. Title: repeats the current title. All: repeats all of the titles.

Press X/x to select the time information setting, and press ENTER.
Title Elapsed Title Remain Chapter Elapsed Chapter Remain

Notes
z Hint See page 25 for details about displaying the elapsed time of a CD or VIDEO CD. Depending on the disc, you may not be able to perform some of the operations described. For DATA CDs/DATA DVDs, you can search for a particular point only on an MP3 audio track.

Locating a point quickly by playing a disc in fast forward or fast reverse (Scan)

To return to normal play


Select Off in step 2.
z Hint When playing a VCD or CD repeatedly, use OPTIONS (page 24).

Notes
In the case of DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode), the playing time and remaining time of the chapter is not displayed. The default setting for Time Disp. is Title Elapsed. After selecting an other option of Time Disp. and exiting from the Playback Settings Display, the Title Elapsed appears when the Playback Settings Display is re-entered.

Note
Depending on the disc, the Repeat function may not be available.

Press m or M to fast reverse or fast forward during playback. To return to normal play, press H. Each time you press m or M during scan, the scan speed changes. With each press the indication changes as shown below.

Playback direction
H t 1M t 2M t 3M

Opposite direction
H t 1m t 2m t 3m

The 3M/3m playback speed is faster than 2M/2m and the 2M/2m playback speed is faster than 1M/1m.
z Hint C/c on the player works the same as m/M on the remote, and ENTER on the player works the same as H on the remote. This function is effective when you play back a DVD.

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Notes
No sound is output during Scan play for a DVD or VIDEO CD. Scan speed differs depending on the disc type.

Playing CD/VIDEO CD repeatedly or in random order (Repeat Play, Random Play)


You can play all of the tracks on a disc, or a single track repeatedly (Repeat Play). Also, you can play the tracks in random order, too (Random Play).

Checking the play information of the disc


When playing a DVD
Press DISPLAY while playing a DVD, and then use the Playback Settings Display (page 21).

Playing MP3 Audio Tracks or JPEG Image Files


You can play MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files on DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CDRs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs (DVD-ROMs/ DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs) or USB devices. For playable MP3 audio files and JPEG image files, refer to page 44. When you insert DATA CDs and DATA DVDs, the list of albums appears.
Playing Discs

Watching frame by frame (Slow Play)


Press m or M when the player is in pause mode. To return to normal speed, press H. Each time you press m or M during Slow Play, the playback speed changes. With each press the indication changes as follows:

When playing a CD
Press DISPLAY. The playing track number/the total number of tracks and the elapsed time of the current track appear. Press DISPLAY repeatedly to switch the time information as below.
Track Elapsed Track Remain Disc Elapsed Disc Remain

Press OPTIONS repeatedly during playback to select the playback mode.


Track: repeats the current track. All: repeats all tracks on the disc. Random: plays all tracks on the disc randomly.

Playback direction
Ht1 t2 t3

1 4

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

To return to normal play Opposite direction (DVD only)


Ht1 t2 t3

When playing a VIDEO CD


Press DISPLAY. The player displays PBC On (when you set PBC to Off, the player displays the playing track number/the total number of tracks), the elapsed time, and the audio mode on the screen.

Select

Off in step 1.

C/X/x/c ENTER . X

MENU >

z Hint During Random Play, you can start playing other randomly selected track by pressing > twice.

H
x

The 3 /3 playback speed is slower than 2 /2 and the 2 /2 playback speed is slower than 1 /1 .

Notes
You cannot use Repeat Play and Random Play with VIDEO CDs or Super VCDs with PBC playback. Depending on the disc, Random Play may not be available. The same track may be repeated several times in Random Play.

To play back data on a USB device

Note
Slow speed differs depending on the disc type.

1 2

Set the CD/DVD USB switch on the players left side to USB. Connect the USB device to the USB jack on the players left side.

USB device CD/DVD USB switch

To disconnect a USB device

1 2

Set the CD/DVD USB switch to DVD/ CD. Disconnect a USB device.

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Compatible Sony USB devices


JPEG and MP3 file playback via USB port is confirmed with Sonys USB Memory Stick Reader/Writer and USB Flash drive Pocket Bit. (Confirmed device: MSAC-US40, USM-EX series, USM-J series, USM-JX series, USM-H series)

Playing an MP3 audio track

Playing a JPEG image file

To exit the list of thumbnails, press MENU.

Press X/x to select an album on the list, and press ENTER.


The list of tracks in the album appears.
001/003

Press X/x to select an album on the list, and press ENTER.


The list of files in the album appears.
001/028

To go to the next or previous JPEG image file


Press > or ..

To rotate a JPEG image


HAWAII .. DSC00001 DSC00002 DSC00003 DSC00004 DSC00005

Notes
Do not disconnect the USB device while its access indicator is flashing. Doing so may cause data corruption or loss of data. The access indicator on some USB devices may keep flashing even after the data is transferred. USB devices which can connect to the player are flash memory and multiple card reader. Other devices (digital still camera, USB hub, etc.) cannot be connected. When an incompatible device is connected, Cannot recognise the connected device. appears indicating that the device is unrecognizable. DATA CDs recorded in KODAK Picture CD format automatically start playing when inserted.

MY BEST .. 01 Stardust 02 Fire 03 Wing

To go to the next or previous page, press > or .. To return to the list of albums, press X/ x to select and press ENTER.

Press X/x to select the track you want to play, and press ENTER.
Playback starts from the selected track.

To go to the next or previous page, press > or .. To return to the list of albums, press X/ x to select and press ENTER.

Press C/X/x/c while viewing the image. X: Reverses the image vertically (up and down). x: Reverses the image horizontally (left and right). c: Rotates the image 90 degrees clockwise. C: Rotates the image 90 degrees counter clockwise. Note that the view also returns to normal if you press ./> to go to the next or previous image. Example: when C is pressed once.

Playing Discs

Press X/x to select the image you want to view, and press ENTER.
The selected image appears. Example:

To go to the next or previous MP3 audio track


Press > or ..

To stop playback
Press x.

Notes
The total albums and files the player can recognize is approximately 648. The number of albums in a disc the player can recognize is approximately 299.

To stop viewing the JPEG image


Press x. The display returns to the list of files.

To display the list of thumbnails


Press MENU when a file is displayed on the screen. The image files in the album appear in 12 subscreens with the displayed file in the lead.

Notes
Images may take time to appear due to the number of recorded files or the size of the folders. If no image appears after a few minutes, some of the files included may be too large. Some JPEG files, especially progressive JPEG files or JPEG files of 3,000,000 pixels or more, may take longer to display than others. The player cannot play the JPEG image file that is larger than 3078 (width) x 2048 (height) in normal mode, or more than 3,300,000 pixels in progressive JPEG. (Some progressive JPEG files cannot be displayed even if the size is within this specified capacity.) The total albums and files the player can recognize is approximately 648. The number of albums in a disc the player can recognize is approximately 299.

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To move to the previous or next page of the thumbnail list display, select bPrev or NextB under the screen.

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Enjoying JPEG Images as a Slide Show


You can play JPEG image files on a DATA CD or DATA DVD successively as a slide show.

Adjusting the Picture Size and Quality

sides. In Full, a 16:9 picture will be adjusted to fill the entire screen. z Hints The screen turns off automatically when the LCD panel is closed. You can see the settings for the display in General Setup (page 34).

1 While displaying the file you want


to start a slideshow, press MENU.
The list of thumbnails appears. You can adjust the picture displayed on the LCD screen. See General Setup (page 34), when outputting the video signal to TV, etc.

Notes
The screen size you can select differs depending on the DVD. You cannot select Normal for a DVD recorded in 16:9. You cannot adjust the picture size and quality when playing a VIDEO CD with PBC set to Off.

Playing Discs

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

4 7

10

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12

C/X/x/c ENTER

OPTIONS

2 Press C/X/x/c to select Slide


Show at the bottom of the screen, and press ENTER.
A slideshow starts from the displayed file.

1 Press OPTIONS.
The Option Menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select LCD Mode


and press ENTER.
The items for LCD Mode appear.

To pause slideshow
Press X. By pressing X again or H, you can return to slideshow.

To stop slideshow
Press x or MENU.

3 Press X/x to select items and


press ENTER.
LCD Aspect: Change the picture size. Select Normal or Full by pressing X/x*. Backlight: Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen by pressing C/c. Contrast: Adjust the difference between light and dark areas by pressing C/c. Hue: Adjust the red and green colour balance by pressing C/c. Color: Adjust the richness of colours by pressing C/c. Default: Returns all settings to the factory defaults.
* In Normal, the pictures are displayed in the original configuration, retaining the aspect ratio. For example, a 4:3 picture will have black bands on both sides, and the letterbox pictures recorded either in 16:9 or 4:3 will have black bands on all

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Playing a DivX video file


Enjoying DivX Videos

To change the subtitles


Press SUBTITLE during playback. Press X/x, and ENTER during displaying the subtitle information.

About DivX Video Files


DivX is a video file compression technology, developed by DivX, Inc. This product is an official DivX Certified product. You can play DATA CDs and DATA DVDs that contain DivX video files.

Playing DivX Video Files


You can play DivX video files on DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs) and DATA DVDs (DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/ DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs). When you insert DATA CDs and DATA DVDs, the list of albums appears.
DISPLAY
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

Press X/x to select an album on the list, and press ENTER.


A list of files in the album appears.
001/002 MY FAVORITE .. 01 HAWAII 02 VENUS

To stop playback
Press x.
z Hint If the number of viewing times is preset, you can play the DivX video files as many times as the preset number. The following occurrences are counted: when the player is turned off. This includes when the player is automatically turned off by the Auto Power Off function. Press X instead of x to stop viewing. when the disc lid is opened. when another file is played.

DATA CDs and DATA DVDs that the player can play
This player only plays DATA CDs whose logical format is ISO 9660 Level 1 or Joliet, and DATA DVDs of Universal Disk Format (UDF). Refer to the instructions supplied with the disc drives and the recording software (not supplied) for details on the recording format.

Enjoying DivX Videos

AUDIO SUBTITLE > M x

To go to the next or previous page, press > or .. To return to the list of albums, press X/ x to select and press ENTER.

C/X/x/c ENTER . m

Press X/x to select the file you want to play, and press ENTER.
Playback starts from the selected file.

Note
The slow reverse function is prohibited.

Note
The player may not be able to play some DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in the Packet Write format or multiple sessions.

To go to the next or previous DivX video file Notes


When the selected file is not supported, Data Error (DivX) displays on the screen and the file will not be played. Depending on the DivX video file, the picture may pause or be unclear. In which case, it is recommended that you create the file at a lower bit rate. If the sound is still noisy, MP3 is the recommended audio format. Note, however, this player does not conform to WMA (Windows Media Audio) format. Because of the compression technology used for DivX video files, it may take some time after you press H (play) for the picture to appear. Depending on the DivX video file, the sound may not match the pictures on the screen. The players speaker does not output DTS sound. When you play DTS sound tracks on a DivX, connect the player to an AV amplifier (receiver) (page 40) and set up DTS in Audio Setup (page 36). Depending on the DivX video file, you may not be able to perform some operations.

Press > or ..

To locate a point quickly by playing DivX video files in fast forward or fast reverse (Scan)
Press M/m repeatedly to select the required speed for the search mode during playback.

DivX video files that the player can play


The player can play data that is recorded in DivX format, and which has the extension .AVI, or .DIVX. The player will not play files with the extension .AVI or .DIVX if they do not contain a DivX video.

To watch frame by frame (Slow Play)


Press M repeatedly in pause mode to select the required slow motion speed.

Notes
The player may not play a DivX video file when the file consists of two or more DivX video files combined. The player cannot play a DivX video file of size more than 720 (width) u (height)/2 GB. 576 Depending on the DivX video file, the picture may be unclear or the sound may skip. The player cannot play some DivX video files that are longer than 3 hours. The player can display a file name up to 14 characters. Any characters after the 14th character do not appear on the screen. Characters that are not displayable appear as *. Depending on the disc, a file name that is not displayable appears as *. You cannot display correctly the CD-R/CD-RW file names written in the UDF file system.
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To display the playback information


Press DISPLAY repeatedly. The playback information changes as follow order, Title Elapsed, Title Remain, Display Off, and Subtitle.

To change the sound


Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to select the desired audio signal. If No Audio appears, the player does not support the audio signal format contained in the disc.

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About playback order of DivX video files


Note that the playback order may not be applicable, depending on the software used for creating the DivX video file, or if there are more than 299 albums and 648 DivX video files in each album. See About playback order of albums, tracks, and files (page 45).

3 Press X/x to select the desired


Settings and Adjustments

Using the Setup Display


By using the Setup Display, you can make various adjustments to items such as picture and sound. You can also set a language for the subtitles and the Setup Display, among other things. For details on each Setup Display item, see pages from 34 to 38.

Setup item from: General Setup, Audio Setup, Language Setup, or Parental Control, then press ENTER.
The Setup item is selected. Example: General Setup
Selected item
General Setup TV Display Angle Mark Screen Saver PBC DivX Default 16 : 9 On On On

Settings and Adjustments

Note
Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over the Setup Display settings, and not all of the functions described may work.
Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Setup items

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

4 Press X/x to select an item, then


press ENTER.
The settings for the selected item appear. Example: TV Display
OPTIONS
General Setup

C/X/x/c ENTER O

TV Display Angle Mark Screen Saver PBC DivX Default

4 : 3 Pan Scan 4 : 3 Letter Box 16 : 9 On

1 Press OPTIONS when the player is


in stop mode.
The Option Menu appears. The Setup Display does not appear if Resume Play is activated. Cancel the Resume Play status first by pressing x twice, and the press OPTIONS.
Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Settings

5 Press X/x to select a setting, then


press ENTER.
The setting is selected and setup is complete. Example: 4:3 Pan Scan
Selected setting
General Setup TV Display 4 : 3 Pan Scan On On On Angle Mark Screen Saver PBC DivX Default

2 Press X/x to select Setup, then


press ENTER.
The items for Setup appear.
General Setup TV Display Angle Mark Screen Saver PBC DivX Default 16 : 9 On On On

Select:
Select:
ENTER Cancel: RETURN

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

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To turn off the Setup Display


Press OPTIONS or O RETURN twice.

Settings for the Display


(General Setup)
Choose playback display options and settings according to the TV to be connected. Select General Setup in the Setup Display. To use the display, see Using the Setup Display (page 33). The default settings are underlined.
General Setup TV Display Angle Mark Screen Saver PBC DivX Default 16 : 9 On On On

Note
Depending on the DVD, 4:3 Letter Box may be selected automatically instead of 4:3 Pan Scan or vice versa.

Settings for the Sound


(Audio Setup)
Audio Setup allows you to set the sound according to the playback and connection conditions. Select Audio Setup in the Setup Display. To use the display, see Using the Setup Display (page 33). The default settings are underlined.
Audio Setup

Angle Mark
Displays the angle mark when you can change the viewing angles during playback of DVDs recorded with multi-angles.

On Off

Display the angle mark. Hide the angle mark.

Screen Saver
The screen saver image appears when you leave the player in pause or stop mode for 15 minutes. The screen saver will help prevent your display device from becoming damaged (ghosting). Press H to turn off the screen saver.
On Off Activates the screen saver function. Deactivates the screen saver function.

Settings and Adjustments

Audio DRC Digital Output

Off On

Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

TV Display (DVD only)


Selects the aspect ratio of the connected TV (4:3 standard or wide).
4:3 Pan Scan Select this when you connect a 4:3 screen TV. Automatically displays a wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the portions that do not fit. Select this when you connect a 4:3 screen TV. Displays a wide picture with bands on the upper and lower portions of the screen. Select this when you connect a wide-screen TV or a TV with a wide mode function.

Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) (DVD only)


Makes the sound clear when the volume is turned down when playing a DVD that conforms to Audio DRC. This function affects the output from the following jacks: AUDIO jack OPTICAL OUT jack only when Dolby Digital is set to Downmix PCM (page 36).
On Off Makes low sounds clear even if you turn the volume down. Normally select this position.

PBC
By using the PBC (Playback Control) function, you can enjoy playing interactive programmes and programmes with search functions (page 20). This set up is effective when you play back VIDEO CDs with the PBC function. Set up becomes available by opening and closing the disc lid after setting.
On By the PBC function, you can play back VIDEO CDs via the menu screen. Turn off the PBC function.

4:3 Letter Box

16:9

Off
4:3 Pan Scan

Digital Output
Selects if audio signals are output via the OPTICAL OUT jack.
On Normally select this position. When you select On, see Setting the digital output signal for further settings. The influence of the digital circuit upon the analog circuit is minimal.

4:3 Letter Box

DivX Displays the registration code for this player. For more information, go to http://www.divx.com on the Internet.

Default
16:9

Each function returns to its original factory settings. Note that all of your settings will be lost.

Off

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Setting the digital output signal


Switches the method of outputting audio signals when you connect an audio equipment such as an AV amplifier (receiver) with the OPTICAL OUT jack. For connection details, see page 39. After setting Digital Output to On, select Dolby Digital and DTS. If you connect a component that is incompatible with the selected audio signal, a loud noise (or no sound) may be heard from the speakers, damaging your ears or speakers.

Setting the Display or Sound Track Language


(Language Setup)
Language Setup allows you to set various languages for the on-screen display or sound track. Select Language Setup in the Setup Display. To use the display, see Using the Setup Display (page 33).
Language Setup OSD Disc Menu Subtitle Audio English English English English

Parental Control Settings (Parental Control)


Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be limited, by the parental control function. Select Parental Control in the Setup Display. To use the display, see Using the Setup Display (page 33).
Parental Control Password Parental Control

Changing the password

1 2 3 4 5

Press X/x to select Password in the Parental Control setting display, and press ENTER. Select Change, and press ENTER.
The display for entering the password appears.

Enter your current 6-digit password in the Old Password box. Enter your new 6-digit password in the New Password box.
Settings and Adjustments

Dolby Digital (DVD only)


Selects the type of Dolby Digital signal.
Downmix PCM Select this when the player is connected to an audio component without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.

Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Enter your new 6-digit password once again in the Verify Password box, then press ENTER to confirm.

Dolby Digital Select this when the player is connected to an audio component with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.

Select:

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Password
Enter or change a password. By setting a password, you can limit playback of a DVD that has the parental control function. When the Password option is first accessed, enter a new password (you do not need to enter the old password.).

If you make a mistake entering your password


Press CLEAR, or press C to return one by one before pressing ENTER in step 5, and then reenter the password.

OSD (On-Screen Display)


Switches the display language on the screen.

MPEG (DVD only)


Selects the type of MPEG audio signal.
PCM Select this when the player is connected to an audio component without a built-in MPEG decoder. If you play multi-channel MPEG audio sound tracks, only the Front (L) and Front (R) signals will be output from your two front speakers. Select this when the player is connected to an audio component with a built-in MPEG decoder.

Disc Menu (DVD VIDEO only)


Switches the language for the discs menu. When you select Original, the language given priority in the disc is selected.

Parental Control
The lower the setting value, the stricter the limitation. To set the parental control, you need the selected password in Password, therefore first set the password in the set up.

Setting the parental control (limited playback)

Subtitle (DVD VIDEO only)


Switches the subtitle language. When you select Off, no subtitle is displayed.

Press X/x to select Parental Control in the Parental Control setting display, and press ENTER.
The display for setting the playback limitation level appears.
Parental Control Password Parental Control 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Adult

Audio (DVD VIDEO only)


Switches the language of the sound track. When you select Original, the language given priority in the disc is selected.

MPEG

Note
If you select a language in Disc Menu, Subtitle, or Audio that is not recorded on the DVD VIDEO, one of the recorded languages will be automatically selected.
Select:

DTS
Selects whether or not to output DTS signals.
On Select this when the player is connected to an audio component with a built-in DTS decoder. Select this when the player is connected to an audio component without a built-in DTS decoder.

ENTER Cancel: RETURN

Press X/x to select the limitation level (1-8), and press ENTER.
The lower the value, the stricter the limitation. The display for entering the password appears.

Off

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37

Enter or re-enter your 6-digit password using the number buttons, then press ENTER.

Hookups

Parental Control

Connecting to another device


To switch LINE SELECT (IN/OUT) switch
LINE SELECT IN:
OK

Password

Enter password, then press Enter .

Input images or audio from an exterior device. The Line in message will be displayed on the LCD screen until the signal from the exterior device is received. LINE SELECT OUT:Sends the playback signal from this player to a TV.

Parental Control setting is complete.

Notes
Plug cords securely to prevent noise. Refer to the instructions supplied with the components to be connected. You cannot connect this player to a TV that does not have a video input jack. Be sure to disconnect the mains lead of each component before connecting. Connect the player to the TV directly. Image quality may suffer when the video output from the player is passed through a video deck on to a TV.

To play a disc for which Parental Control is set

Hookups

1 2

Insert the disc and press H. The display for entering your password appears. Enter your 6-digit password using the number buttons, then press ENTER. The player starts playback.

Connecting to TV monitor
TV or monitor with audio/ video intput jacks

If you forget your password


Remove the disc and repeat the steps outlined in Changing the password (page 37). Enter 136900 in the Old Password box, and then enter your new 6-digit password in the New Password box and Verify Password box.
A PHONES B AUDIO OPTICAL OUT VIDEO LINE SELECT IN OUT DC IN 9.5V

To AUDIO/VIDEO

Notes
When you play discs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this player. Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change the parental control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level. If the Resume Play mode is cancelled, the level returns to the previous level.

Audio/video cord (supplied)

To send the playback signal to a TV or a monitor

Set the LINE SELECT switch on the players right side to OUT.

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39

1-9

Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver)


Example 1
Stereo amplifier

Connecting to Video Player or Camcorder


Video player or camcorder

A PHONES B

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

A PHONES B

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

To AUDIO/VIDEO output To AUDIO/VIDEO To AUDIO input

To AUDIO

Audio/video cord (supplied)

Hookups

Audio/video cord (supplied)

To recieve the playback signal from a Video Player or Camcorder To send the playback signal to an AV amplifier (receiver)

Set the LINE SELECT switch on the players right side to IN.

Set the LINE SELECT switch on the players right side to OUT.

* The yellow plug is used for video signals (page 39).

Note
Set the LINE SELECT switch to OUT after use. You cannot play back on the player if the switch is set to IN.

Example 2
Amplifier with Dolby Digital or DTS decoder

A PHONES B

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

To OPTICAL OUT

To AUDIO input

Optical digital cord (not supplied)

To send the playback signal to an AV amplifier (receiver)

1 2

Set the LINE SELECT switch on the players right side to OUT. Set Digital Output to On in Audio Setup (page 35).

40

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Additional Information

The picture does not fill the screen, even though the aspect ratio is set in TV Display under General Setup.
, The aspect ratio of the disc is fixed on your DVD.

Nothing happens when buttons are pressed.


, The players \/1/HOLD switch is set on HOLD (page 16).

The subtitle language cannot be changed or turned off.


, Try using the DVDs menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 17). , Multilingual subtitles are not recorded on the DVD being played. , The DVD prohibits the changing of subtitles.

Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the player, use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer (For customers in the USA only).

The disc does not play. The black points appear and the red, blue, green points remain on the LCD.
, This is a structural property of the LCD and not mulfunction. , The disc is turned over. Insert the disc with the playback side facing down. , The disc is not set correctly. , The player cannot play certain discs (page 7). , The region code on the DVD does not match the player (page 8). , Moisture has condensed inside the player (page 3). , The player cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized (page 7). , Parental Control has been set. Change the setting. , The CD/DVD USB switch on the players left side is set to USB. , The LINE SELECT switch on the players right side is set to IN.

The angles cannot be changed.


, Try using the DVDs menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 17). , Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD being played. , The angle can only be changed when the indicator lights up on the screen (page 19). , The DVD prohibits changing of the angles. Additional Information

Sound
There is no sound.
, The player is in pause mode or in Slow Play mode. , The player is in fast forward or fast reverse mode. , While playing a Super VCD on which the audio track 2 is not recorded, no sound will come out when you select Stereo 1, Left 1, or Right 1. , Re-connect the connecting cord securely. , The connecting cord is damaged. , The player is connected to the wrong input jack on the amplifier (receiver) (page 40). , The amplifier (receiver) input is not correctly set. , If the audio signal does not come through the OPTICAL OUT jack, check the audio settings (page 36).

Power
The power is not turned on.
, Check that the mains lead is connected securely. , When using with the battery pack, check that the battery pack is sufficiently charged.

Picture
There is no picture/picture noise appears.
, The disc is dirty or flawed. , The brightness is set at minimum. Set the brightness in LCD Mode (page 28). , When you play discs, set the LINE SELECT switch to OUT. When you send the playback signal to other device, set the LINE SELECT switch to OUT. When you receive the playback signal from other device, set the LINE SELECT switch to IN (page 39). , Re-connect the connecting cord securely. , The connecting cords are damaged. , Check the connection to your TV (page 39) and switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the player appears on the TV screen. , The player is connected to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN (Y, PB, PR) jacks of high-vision TV. , If the picture output from your player goes through your video deck to get to your TV or if you are connected to a combination TV/VIDEO player, the copy-protection signal applied to some DVD programmes could affect picture quality.

The MP3 audio track cannot be played (page 44).


, The DATA CD is not recorded in an MP3 format that conforms to ISO 9660 Level 1 or Joliet. , The DATA DVD is not recorded in MP3 format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). , The MP3 audio track does not have the extension .MP3. , The data is not formatted in MP3 even though it has the extension .MP3. , The data is not MPEG-1 Audio Layer III data. , The player cannot play audio tracks in mp3PRO format. , The MP3 audio track is damaged.

The player starts playing the disc automatically.


, The disc features an auto playback function.

Playback stops automatically.


, While playing discs with an auto pause signal, the player stops playback at the auto pause signal.

The sound volume is low.


, The sound volume is low on some DVDs. The sound volume may improve if you set Audio DRC in Audio Setup to On (page 35).

Some functions such as Stop, Search, Scan, Slow Play, Repeat Play, or Random Play cannot be performed.
, Depending on the disc, you may not be able to do some of the operations above. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc.

Operation
The remote does not function.
, The batteries in the remote are weak. , There are obstacles between the remote and the player. , The distance between the remote and the player is too far. , The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the player. , Direct sunlight or strong illumination is striking the remote sensor.

The language for the sound track cannot be changed.


, Try using the DVDs menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 17). , Multilingual tracks are not recorded on the DVD being played. , The DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the sound track.

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43

1-10

The JPEG image file cannot be played (page 44).


, The DATA CD is not recorded in a JPEG format that conforms to ISO 9660 Level 1 or Joliet. , The DATA DVD is not recorded in JPEG format that conforms to UDF (Universal Disk Format). , The JPEG image file does not have the extension .JPEG. , The data is not formatted in JPEG even though it has the extension .JPEG. , The JPEG image file format does not conform to DCF (page 44). , The image is larger than 3078 (width) u 2048 (height) in normal mode, or more than 3,300,000 pixels in progressive JPEG. (Some progressive JPEG files cannot be displayed even if the file size is within this specified capacity.) , The JPEG image file is damaged.

About MP3 Audio Tracks and JPEG Image Files


MP3 is audio compression technology that satisfies the ISO/IEC MPEG regulations. JPEG is image compression technology. You can play DATA CDs/DATA DVDs that contain MP3 audio tracks or JPEG image files.

Notes
Change the extension to .jpg, for files with .jpe or .jpeg extension. The player will play any data with the extension .MP3, .JPG, or .JPEG, even if they are not in MP3 or JPEG format. Playing this data may generate a loud noise which could damage your speaker system. The player does not conform to audio tracks in mp3PRO format. Some JPEG files cannot be played. The player can display a file or track name up to 14 characters. Any characters after the 14th character do not appear on the screen. Characters that are not displayable appear as *. Depending on the disc, a file or track name that is not displayable appears as *. You cannot display correctly the CD-R/CD-RW file names written in the UDF file system. When playing an MP3 audio track recorded in VBR mode, you cannot display the bit rate correctly.

DATA CDs/DATA DVDs that the player can play


You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/ CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs (DVDROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/ DVD-Rs) recorded in MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III) and JPEG format. However, this player only plays DATA CDs whose logical format is ISO 9660 Level 1 or Joliet, and DATA DVDs of Universal Disk Format (UDF). Refer to the instructions supplied with the disc drives and the recording software (not supplied) for details on the recording format.

Additional Information

The DivX video file cannot be played.


, The file is not created in DivX format. , The file has an extension other than .AVI or .DIVX. , The DATA CD (DivX video)/DATA DVD (DivX video) is not created in a DivX format that conforms to ISO 9660 Level 1 or Joliet/UDF. , The DivX video file is larger than 720 (width) 576 (height).

About playback order of albums, tracks, and files


Tracks and files within an album play in the order of the recorded media (CD-R etc.).
z Hint Since a disc with many trees takes longer to start playback, it is recommended that you create albums with no more than two trees.

Note
The player may not be able to play some DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in the Packet Write format or multiple sessions.

The album/track/file names are not displayed correctly.


, The player can only display numbers and alphabet. Other characters are displayed as *.

Notes
The player can recognize up to 299 albums (including albums that do not contain MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files). The player will not play any albums beyond the 299th album. The player can recognize a combined total of up to 648 files, tracks, and albums. The player will not play beyond the 648th file, track or album. Depending on the writing condition of the disc, the total number of files, tracks, and albums recognizable may be fewer than 648. The Album List displays only the currently playing album name. Any album located on the upper layer is displayed as \..\.

MP3 audio track or JPEG image file that the player can play
The player can play the following tracks and files: MP3 audio tracks with the extension .MP3. JPEG image files with the extension .JPEG or .JPG. JPEG image files that conform to the DCF* image file format.
* Design rule for Camera File system: Image standards for digital cameras regulated by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association).

The disc does not start playing from the beginning.


, Repeat Play or Random Play is selected (pages 22 and 24). , Resume play has taken effect (page 17).

The player does not operate properly.


, When static electricity, etc., causes the player to operate abnormally, unplug the player.

44

45

Index to Parts and Controls


For more information, see the pages indicated in parentheses.

Front view

OPEN

CHARGE HOLD

Upper view
t

A OPEN knob (15) B (remote sensor) (9) C CHARGE indicator (13)

D \/1 (on/standby)/HOLD switch (15) E Power indicator (15)

Left view

Additional Information

CD/DVD USB

A CD/DVD USB switch (15)

B USB jack (25)

Right view
A ./> (previous/next) buttons (16) B x (stop) button (16) C X (pause) button (16) D H (play) button (15) E Speaker (18) F LCD panel (10) G DISPLAY button (21) H MENU button (17) I RETURN button (21) J (remote sensor) (9)
VOLUME A PHONES B

K OPTIONS button (20) L C/X/x/c buttons, ENTER button (17) M Disc lid (15) N PUSH CLOSE (15)

AUDIO OPTICAL OUT

VIDEO

LINE SELECT IN OUT

DC IN 9.5V

A VOLUME +/ (sound volume) button (16) B PHONES (headphone) jack A, B C AUDIO (input/output) jack/OPTICAL OUT (optical output) jack (39, 40)

D VIDEO (input/output) jack (39) E LINE SELECT (IN/OUT) switch (15) F DC IN 9.5V (AC adaptor input) jack (11)

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47

48

1-11

Remote
A DISPLAY button (21) B Number buttons (17)*
1 4 7 2 5 8 0 3 6 9

Index
Numerics
16:9 34 4:3 Letter Box 34 4:3 Pan Scan 34

P
PBC Playback 20 Play List 20

C TOP MENU button (17) D C/X/x/c buttons, ENTER button (17) E O RETURN button (21) F ./> PREV (previous)/NEXT buttons (16) G m/M (scan/slow) buttons (23) H ADVANCE button (16) I X PAUSE button (16) J \/1 (on/standby) button (15) K Volume +/ buttons (16) L CLEAR button (37) M AUDIO button (18)* N MENU button (17) O SUBTITLE button (19) P ANGLE button (19) Q OPTIONS button (20) R H PLAY button (15)* S x STOP button (16)
* Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating the player. The number 5 button has a tactile dot.

A
Album 45 Angle 19 Audio 18, 36 Audio DRC 35 Audio Setup 35

Remote 9, 49 Repeat CD/VIDEO CD 24 DVD 22 Repeat Play 22, 24 Resume Play 17

B
Batteries 9

S
Scan 23 Screen Saver 35 Search 23 Setup 33 Setup Display 33 Slide Show 28 Slow Play 24 Subtitle 36

C D
Additional Information

CD 7, 15 Connecting 39 DATA CD 6, 31, 44 DATA DVD 6, 31, 44 Digital output 35 Disc Menu 36 Display Playback Settings Display 21 Setup Display 33 DivX 30, 31 Dolby Digital 18, 36 DTS 18, 36 DVD 6, 15 DVD+RW 6 DVDs menu 17 DVD-RW 6, 20

T
Top Menu 17 Troubleshooting 42 TV Display 34

U
Usable discs 7

VIDEO CD 6, 8, 15

F
Fast forward 23 Fast reverse 23

G
General Setup 34

H
Handling discs 2

JPEG 6, 44

L
Language Setup 36

M O

MP3 6, 44 OPTICAL OUT 35 Original 20 OSD (On-Screen Display) 36

49

50

1-12 E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY


Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-1. MAIN BOARD, USB BOARD

6 six screws 7 open preve sheet (TS2 8.5) 8 four screws (M2.5 11) 3 two foot rubbers 4 two screws (TS2 8.5)

5 two screws (TS2 8.5) 1 two foot rubbers

2 two screws (TS2 8.5)

9 bottom assy qd connector qf screw (TS2 4.5)

qh screw (TS2 4.5)

qg six screws (TS2 4.5)

qj USB board

0 connector qh MAIN board

qs connector

qa connector

2-1

2-2. TRAVERSE

1 traverse

2 hinge cosmetic

2-2

2-3. UPPER BLOCK

1 two screws (TS2 4.5)

9 disc lid assy

0 spring

qa upper block

6 spring 8 disc open supp. 3 damping support 7 two screws (TS2 4.5) 2 two screws (TS2 4.5) 4 three screws (TS2 4.5) 5 disc lid open spr bracket

2-3

2-4. LCD PANEL ASSY/DRIVER BOARD

6 four screws (M2.5 7.5) 9 connector qs three screws (TS1.7 5) qd DRIVER board qa hinge assy 8 connector qs three screws (TS1.7 5) 0 connector

qf three screws (TS1.7 5) 8 housing assy

qg panel brace

7 two connectors

qf two screws (TS1.7 5) qh panel assy qj two screws (TS1.7 2.5) 5 two screws (TS1.7 2)

qk hinge brace 3 two screw pads

4 two screws (TS1.7 4)

1 two screw pads 2 two screws (TS1.7 4)

3 two screw pads 4 two screws (TS1.7 4)

2-4 E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS


3-1. OVEALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

EEPROM AT24CXX RF Amp Signal

I2C Bus

KEYPAD TV Set Audio Out/In

OPU SPINDLE MOTOR SLEDGE MOTOR Traverse POWER SW REMOTE CONTROL IR

Servo Driver Signal

Servo & DSP & MPEG IC

CVBS Out

RS232 MCU UPDATE Memory Data Bus


4MX16 SDRAM Head Phone

MCU Z8F0822

Memory Addess Bus 16Mbit FLASH MEMORY

POWER MANAGEM ENT

APA2068 Audio AMP

I2C

DIGITAL VOLUME CONTROL

SPEAKER

+5VCC +3.3V +1.9V DC-IN Power Unit 8.2"PANEL TFT-LCD DIGITAL TFT+5V 6.5V~9.5V

R G Signal B Timing Control

MST7915MA VIDEO PROCESSING Panel Driver PCB

Audio In

Motor Driver

Servo Signal

MT1389HD

Command Bus Serial Data

Audio DAC PCM1742KE

Audio-R Audio-L R-CH

OPA 4558 L-CH

TV Set

Y,C Out

CVBS In

CVBS Out/In

TV Set

Back Light Vcc

LED DRIVER

CHIP_Q1 CHIP_FB2_DPWM CHIP_FB1_DPWM

Main Board PCB

3-1

3-2

DVP-FX850

DVP-FX850

MEMO

3-4E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS


4-1. FRAME (1/2)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 NC USB_SW DVD_SW USB_GND USBP D+ USBM DUSB_VCC USB_GND USB_GND

RF GND

RF GND

VR-DVD

LD-DVD

PUH5V

USB BOARD
NC NC F+ T+ TF-

VR-CD

LD-CD

MD1

RF0

V20

IOA

UJ1

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

DRIVER BOARD

MAIN BOARD
J10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 LGND LGND DC_IN1 DC_IN1 LGND 1 LGND 2 5V_TFT 3 5V_TFT 4 5V_TFT 5 LGND 6 TFT_C 7 LGND 8 TFT_Y 9 LGND 10 CVBS_IN 11 LGND 12 TFT_SDA 13 TFT_SCL 14 TFT_IRQ 15 20 LGND 16 17 18 19 20 GND 12 SP1 13 SP2 SP3 SP4 SL6 7 USB_SW TV_SW SL+ 5 DVD_SW IR_IN 11 W 4 USB_GND P_3V3 10 V KEY12 9 U KEY11 8 H+ 1 USB_VCC USB_N USB_P KEY10 7 HU+ KEY9 6 HUKEY8 5 HV+ KEY7 4 HVKEY6 3 HW+ KEY5 2 HWKEY4 1 HKEY3 KEY2 KEY1

J9

MECHA DECK
J5

P_SW

OPTICAL PICK-UP UNIT

J16

J7

2 3

MD UNIT

24

NC

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

DVP-FX850

FRAME (2/2)
20 1 LGND LGND 18 17 16 15 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 LGND 14 5V_TFT 13 5V_TFT 12 5V_TFT 11 LGND 10 TFT_C LGND 8 STFT_Y 7 LGND 6 CVBS_IN 5 LGND 4 TFT_SDA 3 TFT_SCL TFT_IRQ LGND 2 1 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8 IR_P SP2 SP1 GND IR_IN SP4

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

1
19 SP3

2 3 4 5

DGND

PNL_G5

PNL_G4

PNL_G3

PNL_G2

PNL_G1

PNL_G0

PNL_STHL

DGND

DGND

PNL_CLK

PNL_DVDD

PNL_STHR

PNL_LD

PNL_B5

PNL_B4

PNL_B3

PNL_B2

PNL_B1

PNL_B0

PNL_RL

V1

V4

V7

V10

V12

V13

PNL_AVDD

DGND

VCOM

DC_IN1 DC_IN1 LGND

LCD PANEL

KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW

CN5

DRIVER BOARD
CN1

CN3

CN6 CN2 CN7

SPEAKER R

SPEAKER L

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

MAIN BOARD

PNL_POL

PNL_STVD

PNL_OEV

PNL_CKV

PNL_STVU

DGND

DGND

PNL_DVDD

V9

VGL

V2

VGH

V6

PNL_UD

VCOM

DGND

PNL_AVDD

V14

V11

V8

V5

V3

DGND

PNL_R5

PNL_R4

PNL_R3

PNL_R2

PNL_R1

PNL_R0

DGND

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

DVP-FX850

4-2. MCU & DC-DC POWER


1 2 3

See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

MAIN BOARD (1/5)


ADVCC P1 CF12V3T3R00-3A32V ADVCC
R2 10K

> HOLD/ / 1 . SW4 SSS7A0101 P_3V3 IR_IN RxD TxD MUTE AV_IN_SW TFT_POWER_EN CB_CHARGE_EN ZRL ZRR TU_EN VOL_PWM SMUTE MCU_R_OUT SYS_POW_EN MCU_DBG_EN USB_SW SE IR1 Q44 2N3904 R32 10K/NC
R270 0R/NC

HOLD

1 Disable o Enable

DC IN 9.5V
+

J1 DC JACK

D1 SK34A

B
Adapter Power Supply : 9.5V/2A Battery Power Supply : 7.4V/3600mAh

EC1 100uF/25V 8X6.2 EC2 100uF/25V/NC 8X6.2

C5 0.1uF

C6 1000pF

R4 100K

3
Q1 AP2309GN

FB3 FB-100R-3A

FV:0.36V C7 1000pF/NC Q4 AP2309GN DCIN

PESD5V0S1BB

2
R9 200K

CHARGE CURRENT:800mA(MAX) BAT_STAT FB4 FB5 FB-1500R-300mA C12 FB-100R-3A 1000pF

R239 10K

4 3 2 1
6

TO RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACK

R19 10K R21 10K ADVCC C22 0.1uF HOLD POWER_KEY C23 0.1uF C24 0.1uF

1 3 2

DC_IN D2 SK34A 1 580mA 2

C1 1000pF

C2 0.1uF

C3 1000pF

C4 BVCC 0.1uF

BCH

BST BTVCC

P_3V3 J3

P_3V3 5,6 IR_IN 3,5 RxD 3 TxD 3 MUTE 6 AV_IN_SW 5 TFT_POWER_EN 3,5 CB_CHARGE_EN ZRL 6 ZRR 6 TU_EN 3 VOL_PWM 6 SMUTE 6 MCU_R_OUT 3 SYS_POW_EN 3 MCU_DBG_EN 3 USB_SW 3 SE 6 6

C10 0.1uF

BATTERY JACK Battery in/out

1
Q6 2N3904 1
R14 1K

C13 0.1uF

C14 0.1uF

R56 300K 1% D3

DV33

POWER Switch

MCU_RESET

R244 680K

CHARGE_EN

R13 1K

ON

NC

BTVCC R35 200K 1%

P_3V3

1
2

ZRL R271 100K ADAPTER_DET

D7 RLS4148/NC 2

3 2 1

AUDIO_DTC

IR_D3P R28 10R R30 200K IR_IN

BATTERY_IN C39 0.1uF R40 100K 1% P_3V3

ZRR 1

2 D8 RLS4148/NC
MCU_XIN C38 10uF/10V/1206 Y1 R57 274R MCU_XOUT

DC_IN

C15 0.01uF

R58 100K 1% R17 10K L1 5V 22uH-0.8A L2 L2 22uH-0.8A C18 0.1uF C19 10uF/10V/1206 238mA T5V 5V_TFT_POWER

C59 1uF/10V/0805

EC6 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4

C28 0.1uF

C29 100pF

11.0592MHZ EC3 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 C20 0.1uF C60 NC C61 NC For DVD connect to small TV IR receive error Infrared Receiver P_3V3

C16 1000pF

C17 0.01uF R22 3.3R

U1

1 2 3 4 5
C25 1000pF

NC BS NC IN SW

SS EN Comp FB GND

10 9 8 7 6

TFT_POWER_EN C21 3900pF C27 0.01uF/NC R2 R23 10K 1% R24 10K

D5 SK34A

EC4 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4

MP1412 R43 10K C45 1000pF SPE PKEY HOLD MREST R45 10K/NC MUTE BAST C47 0.1uF BAT_STAT AVINS CHEN ADPTE R47 VPWM 100K P_3V3 AV_IN_SW CHARGE_EN ADAPTER_DET VOL_PWM ADAPTER_DET 3V : ADAPTER IN 0V : NO ADAPTER AV_IN_OUT_CTRL 1:AV OUT 0:AV IN SYSTEM_POWER_EN POWER_KEY HOLD MCU_RESET MCU_XIN MCU_XOUT MUTE C44 1000pF P_3V3 U3 R143 100K

P_3V3 J4

EC5 100uF/25V 8X6.2

C26 0.1uF

A5V R26 45.3K 1% +5V DC_IN L4 22uH-1.3A EC8 47uF/10V D6 5.0X5.4 SK34A C35 0.1uF FB50 1mA FB-100R-3A R39 45.3K 1% C41 0.1uF FB51 AVCC FB49 13mA FB-100R-3A +5V C30 0.1uF FB48 190mA FB-100R-3A

AUDIO_VCC

MAX:1A

POWER

1 2 3 4

R37 R42 10K 10K

MCU_RESET DBG

EC7 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 AVCC PICK_UP POWER

C31 1000pF

C32 0.01uF R34 3.3R

U2

C33 0.01uF

C34 3900pF C40 0.01uF/NC R41 10K

Z8F0822

R10 1K

EC10 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 MO_VCC Max:560mA MO_VCC 180mA

AGND

AGND

FB-100R-3A

DV33 EC11 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 TUN_VCC TUN_VCC 240mA 3.3V L9 EC59 47uF/10V/NC 5.0X5.4 C48 0.1uF 22uH-1.3A D9 SK34A EC14 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 DV33 FB53 DV33 EC17 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 245mA FB-100R-3A R54 10K C58 0.1uF EC16 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4 R51 390R 1%

2
R16

C36 0.1uF

C37 1000pF

MP1412

R38 10K 1%

C280 0.1uF/NC

CHARGE

R5 MCU_R_OUT 1K

R6 1K

3
Q3 2N3904 DV33 R15 10K

145mA

1 2 3 4 5

NC BS NC IN SW

SS EN Comp FB GND

10 9 8 7 6

SYSTEM_POWER_EN

EC9 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 V+5V V+5V VIDEO SW POWER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PC0/T1IN PA6/SCL PA7/SDA /RESET Vss XIN XOUT Vdd PC5/MISO PC4/MOSI PC3/SCK PC2/SS PA0/T0IN PA1/T0OUT

PB0/ANA0 PB1/ANA1 PB2/ANA2 PB3/ANA3 PB4/ANA4 VREF AVss AVdd DBG PC1/T1OUT PA5/TXD0 PA4/RXD0 PA3/CTS0 PA2/DE0

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15

BATIN BATTERY_IN LED1 AUDIO_DTC R44 330R SMUTE CB_CHARGE_EN

P_3V3 LED1 POWER GREEN AUDTC SMUTE CBCHE R46 10K

HEADER4 2.0mm/NC

C42 10uF/10V/1206

Use in Debug and Program. DBG SE RxD TxD IR_IN LED2 DBG TP167 MRXD MTXD IRIN R48 1K DV33

P_3V3 LED2 CHARGE ORANGE

R211 10K/NC

MCU_RESET

H
R224
R225 1K/NC

C43 0.1uF

33V 3.3V

ADJ/GND

TU_EN

1
R226 1K/NC

Q40 2N3904/NC

FB65 FB-100R-3A/NC C253 0.1uF/NC

VIN

VOUT VOUT

2 4
R49 750R 1%

248mA R212 EC13 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 C49 0.1uF SYS_POW_EN 10K/NC

200K/NC

1 Q39 AP2309GN/NC

U4 AME1117_ADJ V19

1.9V V18

DV33

1
3

Q7 2N3906 SYSTEM_POWER_EN

10K

3.3V
R223 R227 100K 0R/0805/NC

R50 3.3R 298mA UVCC USB_VCC MAX:0.75A FB52 C54 0.1uF C55 0.1uF/NC EC15 22uF/25V 6.3X5.4

1 2 3 4 5
C56 1000pF

NC BS NC IN SW

SS EN Comp FB GND

10 9 8 7 6

U21

C53 3900pF R53 25.8K 1% C57 0.01uF/NC

MP1412 R52 10K 1%

SYSTEM_POWER_EN

R20 10K

VIN

OUT GND

1 2 3
FB-100R-3A C46 0.1uF EC12 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4

DV33

USB_SW

R222 1K

4
C251 1uF

EN

NC

G5240C2T1U

RFV33 FB54 RFV33 104mA FB-100R-3A C62 0.1uF EC18 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 EC19 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 TUN_V33 TUN_V33 FB66 TXD

DC_IN

C50 1000pF

C51 0.01uF

U5

C52 0.01uF

R18 10K

Q8 2N3904

R29 1K

1
3 2
Q10 2N3904

3
Q9 2N3904 AGND

R246 1K

R27 1K

DBG

R31 10K DV33

1
2

3
FB-100R-3A/NC

K
TU_EN
R249 1K/NC

R248 200K/NC

Q45 1 AP2309GN/NC Q46 2N3904/NC

C261 0.1uF/NC

EC60 47uF/10V/NC 5.0X5.4 MCU_DBG_EN

AGND R33 1K R36 1K R213 10K/NC

1
R250 1K/NC

1
2

3
Q11 2N3904 AGND AGND MCU UPDATE

DC_IN 30mA Q12 2SB1260 3 2 P2 CF12V6TR80-0.8A63V EC20 22uF/25V 6.3X5.4 C63 0.1uF EC21 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4

P3V3 P_3V3 L12 31mA 4.7uH-0.1A C64 0.1uF

L
Vin
EXT

4 3

1 1

Vout GND

5 2

ON/OFF

U6 S-816A33AMC-BAZ-T2

POWER OFF
TP174TP175TP176TP177

POWER ON Vb=>8.2V H OFF L OFF 6.0V<Vb<8.2V H ON L OFF

BATTERY_IN

Vb=>8.2V 6.0V<Vb<8.2V H L H ON L OFF

M
05

GND

ADAPTER_DET
RFGND VGND AGND MGND

LED2

OFF OFF

The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

MCU & DC-DC POWER


4-5 4-6

MAIN (1/5)

DVP-FX850

4-3. DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389 See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
IR_IN RxD TxD SDA SCL TFT_POWER_EN MCU

17

18

MAIN BOARD (2/5)


V1P4
V18 FB55 V18 FB-100R-3A C69 0.1uF RFV18 FB-100R-3A C66 0.1uF C67 0.01uF C68 2200pF + EC63 100uF/6.3V/NC 6.3X5.4 RFV33 RFV33 FB56 RFVDD3 JITFO C65 R59 390pF 750k EC24 100uF/6.3V 6.3X5.4 V18 C78 0.1uF JITFN TP22 TP21 EC25 1000uF/10V SAMPLE RUN ADACVDD APLLVDD3 DACVDD3 L15 L16 C75 0.1uF 10uH-100mA 21mA 10uH-100mA 4.6mA FB57 FB-100R-3A + EC22 10uF/16V 4.0X5.0 L15 L16 150uH 47uH SAMPLE RUN SAMPLE RUN Y2 XI DV33 C72 27pF

DV33 R60 100K XO 27MHz C74 27pF Crystal FS VREF C92 0.1uF TP34 TP35 R70 560R USB_VCC J16 USBM DUSBP D+ DVD_SW USB_SW TV_SW YUV0 C257 100pF C258 100pF RxD1 TxD1

J6

1 2 3 4
SMD PAD 4P RS-232

IR_IN 2,5 RxD 2 TxD 2 SDA 4 SCL 4 TFT_POWER_EN 2,5

100k

0.1uF

C70 0.1uF

15k

R61 1000pF

C77

0.1uF

C79 0.47uF/NC

XI XO

TP149 TP150

ASPD TP142 TP151

MDI1 + C85 0.1uF C84 0.1uF EC26 100uF/6.3V 6.3X5.4 C90 0.1uF V2P8 C94 0.1uF EC27 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 C95 0.1uF V20 EC28 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 C96 0.1uF V1P4 EC29 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4

0.1uF C80

TP147 TP148 AL

TP154 TP155 ML MC TP140 MD ADAT

C81

R65

R66 6.8R

PLLVDD3

TP152 ACLK ABCK LRCK DV33 TP165 VOLVOL+

RFVDD3 C88 0.047uF

0.047uF

MPEG_AUDIO_EN

0.033uF

AR

RFVDD3

C91 0.1uF

ADACVDD

RFVDD3

PLLVDD3

APLLVDD3 ASPDIF USB_SW

ACLK ABCK ALRCK

AR

AL

ADAC_ML ADAC_MC DVD_SW ADAC_MD ADAT DACVDD3 VREF FS

RFV18

C87

C89

C86

VOLVOL+ TFT_IRQ

JITFN JITFO XTALI

256 255 254 253 252 251 250 249 248 247 246 245 244 243 242 241 240 239 238 237 236 235 234 233 232 231 230 229 228 227 226 225 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193

AVDD3 IREF RFGC OSN OSP RFGND CRTPLP HRFZC RFRPAC RFRPDC RFVDD3 ADCVSS ADCVDD3 LPFOP LPFIN LPFIP LPFON PLLVDD3 IDACEXLP PLLVSS JITFN JITFO XTALI XTALO RFVDD18 RFGND18 ADACVDD2 ADACVDD1 ALF/(CTR) ALS/SDATA0 AL/SDATA2 AVCM AR/SDATA1 ARS/SDATA3 ARF(SW) ADACVSS1 ADACVSS2 APLLVSS APLLCAP APLLVDD3 SPDIF MC_DATA ASDATA4 DVDD18 ASDATA3 ACLK ABCK ALRCK DVDD3 SPBCK SPLRCK SPDATA SPMCLK ASDATA2/GPO_0 ASDATA1/GPO_1 GPIO_3 GPIO_4 RCLKB/GPIO_5 RVREF/GPIO_6 ASDATA0/GPO_2 DACVDDC VREF FS YUV0/CIN

VY1 VY2 VY3 R269 R267 10K 10K/NC

A D C B C100 C105 C106 C101 SA SB SC SD TP52 TP53 TP59 AVCC R75 100K R76 10K RFVDD3 LDO2 LDO1 C107 0.1uF LDO2 LDO1 SUBA SUBB SUBC SUBD E F

TP45

Y3 DACVDD3

C281 TP158 1000pF TU_VIDEOIN_SW TU_RESET TU_AUDIO_EN KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_R1 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 PANEL_SW TU_DTC TU_EN MCU_R_OUT SYS_POW_EN MCU_DBG_EN MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MA11 DCKE DCLK TP160 TP156 TP157 TP161 USBM DUSBP D+ DVD_SW USB_SW TV_SW TU_RESET RXD2 TXD2 CHKS TP171 TP172 TP173

R285 R276 R268 R265 R266

TP159

USB_GND TP169 TP179 TP178

C254 0.1uF C181 0.1uF C266 0.1uF

TUN_GND USB_GND

10K 10K 10K 10K 10K

A B C D RFO

A C97 1uF B C98 1uF C C102 1uF D C99 1uF RFO C103 1uF C104 120pF/NC

15pF

15pF

15pF

15pF

MDI1 MDI2

RFOP RFON V2P8 V1P4 FEO TEO V2P8 V20 V1P4

RFOP RFON

F
1
2
Q14 2SK3018

Q13 2N3904

R77 10K

IOA MDI1

RFGND

2 Q15 2SK3018

R78 100K

C108 0.1uF RFGND

TEZI

FEO TEO TEZISLV

C109

TP162 TP163 0.1uF TP164 C110 R81 NC

TU_RESET

DVD_SW

DMO FMO TRO FOO

CHKS

G
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R79 0R/0603

R80 0R/0603 FB58

AVCC

RXD2

TV_R

TXD2

TV_V

TV_L

V1P4 NC

FB-100R-3A C111 0.1uF D C B A IOA RFO E F PUH5V V20 C114 0.1uF VR-CD VR-DVD MDI1 LD-CD LD-DVD L20 10uH-100mA EC30 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4 RFGND IOA E F PUH5V V20 VR-CD VR-DVD MDI1 LD-CD LD-DVD RFGND FT+ TF+ IOA E F PUH5 V20 VRCD VRDVD MDI1 LDCD LDDVD RFG FT+ TF+ Q17 2N3904 3 2 TC1 47uF/10V B + DV33

C112 5600pF USBP USBM FB59 FB-100R-3A C113 0.1uF V18 USBP USBM USBVDD ADIN DEBUG1 TMS TCK TFT_POWER_EN V18 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A18 A19 FB60 FB-100R-3AC115 0.1uF AVCC Q16 READ DISC VOLTAGE DVD 1:2.43V 2:2.40V 3:3.10V VCD 1:3.32V 2:0.04V 3:3.35V

MECHA DECK

OPTICAL PICK-UP UNIT

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

AGND DVDA DVDB DVDC DVDD DVDRFIP DVDRFIN MA MB MC MD SA SB SC SD CDFON CDFOP TNI TPI MDI1 MDI2 LDO2 LDO1 SVDD3 CSO/RFOP RFLVL/RFON SGND V2REFO V20 VREFO FEO TEO TEZISLV OP_OUT OP_INN OP_INP DMO FMO TROPENPWM PWMOUT1/V_ADIN9 TRO FOO VPLLVSS CAPPAD VPLLVDD3 USB_VSS USBP USBM USB_VDD3 FG/V_ADIN8 TDI/V_ADIN4 TMS/V_ADIN5 TCK/V_ADIN6 TDO/V_ADIN7 DVDD18 IOA2 IOA3 IOA4 IOA5 IOA6 IOA7 HIGHA0 IOA18 IOA19

MT1389HD
Pin Assignment v1.5

TV_SW

USBM

USBP

MA3 MA2 MA1 MA0 MA10 BA1 BA0 CS# RAS# CAS# WE# DQM1 CHKS DQ8

USB_SW

FT+ TF+

DV33 D11 RLZ4.7B Q16 2SB1132 1

DVDD3 IOWR# A16 HIGHA7 HIGHA6 HIGHA5 HIGHA4 HIGHA3 HIGHA2 HIGHA1 IOA20 IOCS# IOA1 IOCE# AD0 AD1 DVSS AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6 IOA21 ALE AD7 DVSS A17 IOA0 DVDD18 UWR# URD# DVDD3 UP1_2 UP1_3 UP1_4 UP1_5 UP1_6 UP1_7 UP3_0 UP3_1 UP3_4 UP3_5 ICE PRST# IR INT0# DQM0 IO_19 RD7 RD6 RD5 RD4 RD3 DVDD3 RD2 RD1 RD0 RD15 RD14 RD13 RD12 RD11 RD10 RD9

D10 RLZ4.7B

LDO2 100K

J5 FFC24P0.5mm TOP

R86 RFGND L22 10uH-100mA 2 4.7R/0805 R87 4.7R/0805

R85 LD_SW

65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128

RFV33 + TC2 100uF/10V C 3 Q19 2N3904 2 LDO1

DV33 V18 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13

DQ2 DQ1 DQ0 DQ15 DQ14

A17 A0

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

NC D/d C/c B/b A/a SW-CD/DVD RF F E VCC-PD VC-PD GND-PD VR-CD VR-DVD MD LD-CD GND-LD LD-DVD NC NC FT+ TF+

AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6 TV_SW ALE AD7

SCL SDA RXD2 TXD2 RXD1 TXD1 ICE URST# IR_IN INT0# DQM0 IO_19 DQ7 DQ6 DQ5 DQ4 DQ3

UWR# URD#

PWR# A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A20 PCE# A1 PRD# AD0 AD1

C
1

UP1_2 TFT_SDA TFT_SCL

C E3

1 Q18 2SB1132
RFGND RFV33

Q18 READ DISC VOLTAGE DVD 1:3.33V 2:0.13V 3:3.35V VCD 1:2.37V 2:1.87V 3:3.04V

TP144 TP102

TP103 TP104

TP105

TP168 SCL SDA TP139 TP111 TP145 TP146 TP114

RXD

TXD

2SB1132

IR TP117

C125 0.1uF/NC R89 100K

R88 LD_SW Q20 2N3904

100K

AVCC

1
TP187

RFGND F+ FTT+

1 SW2 2
ESE11MH1T

RXD R92 0R DEBUG1 TXD

R228 R230

0R/NC 0R/NC

RFGND

C259 C260 100pF 100pF MO_VCC

TopRay TOP1100S

R94 1R/0805

R95 1R/0805 SL+ SL-

U8

R96 1R/0805

R97 1R/0805

L
MO_VCC C152 0.1uF R112 20K C157 150pF MGND

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 30 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

VOTK+ VOTKVOLD+ VOLDPGND VNFTK PVCC2 G2 PREGND VINLD CTK2 CTK1 VINTK BIAS STBY
BA5954

VOFC+ VOFCVOSL+ VOSLPGND PVCC1 VCC G1 VNFFC VOSL VINSLVINSL+ CF2 CF1 VINFC

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 29 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

TopRay TOP1100S
TP124 TP126 MO_VCC EC33 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 MGND J7 HR100 47R/0603 HWHW+ HVHV+ HUHU+ H+ U V W SL+ SLHHWHW+ HVHV+ HUHU+ R110 H+ U V W SL+ SL-

MGND FMSO TRSO V1P4 STBY

MGND R108 10K V1P4

R113 20K FOSO

C158 150pF V1P4

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

MGND

MO_VCC W V U HU+ HU47R/0603 HV+ HVHW+ HWH-

C149 0.1uF

C150 0.1uF

TOP

C151 0.1uF R105 R106 R107

GND G1

8 29

C159 0.1uF

C160 0.1uF

FFC13P1.0mm BOT

30

G2
BA6849 HSOP28

EC34 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4

M
SPINDLE/ SLED MOTOR

R115 10K

C161 0.1uF MGND MGND

C162 0.1uF

EC35 22uF/6.3V 4.0X5.0 MGND

M
05

DVD SERVO & DSP MT1389


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

TCK TMS IO_19 ADIN

STBY ENDM TRIN IOA FG

U7 MT1389HD

RXD1 RXD2 TXD1 TXD2 C136 1000pF STBY ADIN ENDM FG C137 0.1uF C138 1000pF C139 0.1uF C140 1000pF C141 0.1uF C142 1000pF C143 0.1uF C144 1000pF C145 0.1uF C146 1000pF C147 0.1uF

R98 1R/0805

R99 1R/0805

28

RNF

0R/0805 2 0R/0805 4 0R/0805 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

A3 A2 A1 H1+ H1H2+ H2H3+ H3VH

EC25 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4

C82 4.7uF/10V/0805

TP153

C73

C71 10uF/10V/1206

EC23 10uF/25V 5.0X5.3

C83 10uF/10V/1206 C76 0.1uF

DV33

TFT_SDA TFT_SCL TFT_IRQ TFT-IIC Y1 Y2 Y3 VIDEO DAC OUTPUT A[0..20] AD[0..7]

20pF

TFT_SDA 5 TFT_SCL 5 TFT_IRQ 5 Y1 5 Y2 5 Y3 5

R67 1K

R284 10K/NC

A[0..20] 4 AD[0..7] 4 PRD# 4 PWR# 4 PCE# 4

DACVDD3 C93 NC YUV0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

USB_VCC USB_N USB_P USB_GND DVD_SW USB_SW TV_SW

TO USB BOARD

PRD# PWR# PCE# FLASH MA[0..11] DQ[0..15] BA[0..1] DQM[0..1]

MA[0..11] 4 DQ[0..15] 4 BA[0..1] 4 DQM[0..1] 4 DCLK 4 DCKE 4 CAS# 4 RAS# 4 WE# 4 CS# 4

CCHD1407RE-00012 DV33 V18 USB_GND

DACVSSC YUV1/Y DACVDDB YUV2/C DACVSSB YUV3/CVBS DACVDDA YUV4/G DACVSSA YUV5/B YUV6/R VSYNC/V_ADIN1 YUV7 HSYNC/V_ADIN2 DVSS IO_17 C0/IO_0 C1/IO_1 DVDD18 C2/IO_2 C3/IO_3 C4/IO_4 DVDD3 C5/IO_5 C6/IO_6 C7/IO_7 YUVCLK/IO_8 Y0/IO_9 Y1/IO_10 Y2/IO_11 Y3/IO_12 Y4/IO_13 DVDD18 Y5/IO_14 Y6/IO_15 Y7/IO_16 DVDD3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA11 DVSS CKE RCLK DVDD3 RA3 RA2 DVDD18 RA1 RA0 RA10 BA1 BA0 RCS# RAS# CAS# RWE# DQM1 DVDD3 IO_18 RD8

192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129

Y1 DACVDD3 Y2

DV33

DV33

TUN_VCC USB_VCC TUN_V33

DCLK DCKE CAS# RAS# WE# CS# MEMORY ADAT ALRCK ACLK ABCK ADAC_MD ADAC_MC ADAC_ML ASPDIF VOL+ VOL-

DV33

R290 10K

TV_R TV_L TV_V wafer 20 pin p=1.0mm white

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

TDTC TEN TP82 TP83 TP84

AUDIO INTERFACE KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_R3 J15 A1002H00-20PW/NC KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW KEY INTERFACE

TUN_GND TUN_3.3V TUN_GND TUN_5V USB_VCC USB_N USB_P USB_GND DVD_SW USB_SW TV_SW RESET RXD TXD CHKS GND TV_R TV_L GND TV_V

ADAT 6 ALRCK 6 ACLK 6 ABCK 6 ADAC_MD 6 ADAC_MC 6 ADAC_ML 6 ASPDIF 6 VOL+ 6 VOL- 6

KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW 5

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

TU_EN C274 0.1uF TUNER INTERFACE MCU_R_OUT SYS_POW_EN MCU_DBG_EN MCU UPDATE USB_SW USB TV_L TV_R TV_V TU_AUDIO_EN TUNER TU_VIDEOIN_SW MPEG_AUDIO_EN

TU_EN 2

C267

C268

C269

C270

C271 100pF

C272 100pF

C273 100pF

22pF/NC 22pF/NC 22pF/NC 100pF

MCU_R_OUT 2 SYS_POW_EN 2 MCU_DBG_EN 2 USB_SW 2 TV_L 6 TV_R 6 TV_V 5 TU_AUDIO_EN 6

EMI SOLUTION

C275 0.1uF

C276 0.1uF

C277 22pF

C278 22pF

BOTTOM BOTTOM

TU_VIDEOIN_SW 5 MPEG_AUDIO_EN 6

TP101 TP180 DV33 TP186 TP185 R84 10K 1 SW1 2 ESE11MH2T C116 1000pF C117 0.1uF C118 1000pF C119 0.1uF C120 1000pF C121 0.1uF C122 1000pF C123 0.1uF C124 0.1uF/NC

DV33

TRIN

V18

Disc Cover Switch DV33

C126 1000pF

C127 0.1uF

C128 1000pF

C129 0.1uF

C130 1000pF

C131 0.1uF

C132 1000pF

C133 0.1uF

C134 1000pF

C135 0.1uF

D12 MM4148 DV33

R90 10K URST# EC31 10uF/6.3V 4.0X5.0 URST

R93 1K 1389 RESET R93 Countermeasure IR don't power on.

GND C148 0.1uF EC32 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 MGND MO_VCC FOSO TRSO FMSO DMSO R101 R102 R103 R104 20K 18K 15K 10K FOO TRO FMO DMO FOO TRO FMO DMO

RFGND VGND AGND MGND R232 0R/0805 R233 0R/0805 R234 0R/0805 R235 0R/0805 TUN_GND USB_GND

U9

VM1 VM2 VCC FG PS EC ECR FR SB BR CNF

27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 18 16 17

FG ENDM V1P4 DMSO R111 20K R114 NC

D13 ZENER 3.3V/NC

C155 330pF

C153 330pF

C156 0.01uF

C154 0.015uF

MGND

V1P4

MGND

DVP-FX850

4-4. SDRAM & FLASH ROM

See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.

MAIN BOARD (3/5)


3 DQ[0..15] 3 MA[0..11] BA[0..1] 3 BA[0..1] DQM[0..1] 3 DQM[0..1] 3 3 3 3 3 3 DRAM 3 PCE# 3 PRD# 3 PWR# PCE# PRD# PWR# A[0..20] AD[0..7] DCLK DCKE CAS# RAS# WE# CS# DCLK DCKE CAS# RAS# WE# CS# EC36 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 EC37 47uF/10V 5.0X5.4 C163 100pF C164 1000pF C165 100pF C166 1000pF C167 100pF C168 1000pF C169 100pF C170 1000pF C171 100pF C172 1000pF DQ[0..15] MA[0..11] FB-100R-3A DV33 FB61 SD33 SD33

DCS# DRAS# DCAS# DWE# A20 DBA0 DBA1

8 6 4 2

RN1

7 5 3 1

CS# RAS# CAS# WE# AA20

DV33 U10 C173 0.1uF 1 2 3 4 NC NC NC GND VCC WP SCL SDA 8 7 6 5

DV33

33R

SCL SDA

C
FLASH

3 A[0..20] 3 AD[0..7]

R119 R120 R122 R124 C174 15pF

33R 33R 33R 100R C175 C282 C283 68pF

BA0 BA1 DCKE DCLK

EEPROM 24C16 DV33 R121 SCL 1K R123 SDA 1K

3 SCL 3 SDA IIC

SCL SDA

SDCKE SDCLK

15pF/NC 68pF

D
U11 MA0 MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MA10 MA11 DBA0 DBA1 SDCLK SDCKE DCS# DRAS# DCAS# DWE# DQM0 DQM1 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 20 21 38 37 19 18 17 16 15 39 36 40 54 41 28 05 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 BA0/A13 BA1/A12 CLK CKE CS RAS CAS WE DQML DQMH NC NC VSS VSS VSS DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 VCC VCC VCC VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 1 14 27 3 9 43 49 6 12 46 52 8 6 4 2 8 6 4 2 8 6 4 2 8 6 4 2

RN5 RN6 RN7 RN8

33R 33R 33R 33R

0402 0402 0402 0402 7 5 3 1 7 5 3 1 7 5 3 1 7 5 3 1

DQ7 DQ6 DQ5 DQ4 DQ3 DQ2 DQ1 DQ0 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15

U12 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 AA20 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 17 16 9 10 26 28 11 12 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 CE OE WE RESET MX29LV160 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 WP/ACC BYTE VCC GND1 GND2 29 31 33 35 38 40 42 44 30 32 34 36 39 41 43 45 14 47 37 C176 27 46 0.1uF R129 NC RFGND VGND AGND MGND AD0 AD1 AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6 AD7

DV33 A0

SD33 SD33

FOR EMI SOLUTION DV33

GND

R130 10K PCE# PRD# PWR# DV33

ESMT M12L64164A

SDRAM & FLASH ROM


4-9 4-10

MAIN (3/5)

DVP-FX850

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

10

11

12

13

MAIN BOARD (4/5)


2,3 TFT_POWER_EN 3 TFT_SDA 3 TFT_SCL 3 TFT_IRQ TFT_POWER_EN TFT_SDA TFT_SCL TFT_IRQ
T_CVBS T_SDA T_SCL T_IRQ

SP1

SP2

SP3

SP4

T_C

T_Y

TFT IIC INTERFACE

C177 1000pF

C178 1000pF

C179 C180 1000pF 1000pf

C182 NC

C183 NC

C187 NC

C184 NC

C185 NC

C186 NC 5V_TFT_POWER FB62 5V_TFT 238mA FB-100R-3A + TC3

T_SDA T_SCL T_IRQ T_C T_Y T_CVBS 5V_TFT DC_IN1 GND GND

TSDA TSCL TIRQ TC TY CVBS 5VT DCIN1 GND1 GND2 LGNDLGND C203 1000pF DC_IN1 10mA

LGND

J9 A1002H00-20PW

C204 0.1uF

3 Y1 3 Y2 3 Y3 2 AV_IN_SW 3 TU_VIDEOIN_SW VIDEO DAC OUT 6 6 6 6 AO+ AOBO+ BO-

key12

key11

key10

Y1 Y2 Y3 AV_IN_SW TU_VIDEOIN_SW SPL1 SPL2 SPR1 SPR2

TFT-C TFT-Y

FB44 FB19

FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_C FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_Y FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_CVBS FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_SDA FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_SCL FB-100R-400mA/0603 T_IRQ wafer 20 pin p=1.0mm white

p_sw

key9

key8

key7

key6

key5

key4

key3

key2

key1

C188 0.1uF

C189 0.1uF

C190 0.1uF

C191 0.1uF

C192 0.1uF

C193 0.1uF

C194 0.1uF

C195 0.1uF

C196 0.1uF

C197 0.1uF

C198 0.1uF

C199 0.1uF

C200 0.1uF

C206 0.1uF

100uF/10V C

C201 C202 0.1uF 1000pF

CVBS-IN FB41 TFT_SDA FB43 TFT_SCL FB17 TFT_IRQ FB18

Built-in SPEAKER 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 KEY 2,6 P_3V3 2,3 IR_IN 3 TV_V IR P_3V3 IR_IN TV_V L25 1.8uH-50mA Y3 R134 75R 1% CVBS CVBS C207 180pF C208 180pF KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R1 PANEL_SW C255 0.1uF/NC
P_3V3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
J10 A1002H00-20PB p_sw key1 key2 key3 key4 key5 key6 key7 key8 key9 key10 key11 key12

DRIVER BOARD (2/2)

C256 100pF/NC p_sw key1 key2 key3 key4 key5 key6 key7 key8 key9 key10 key11 key12 P_3V3 IR_IN SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4 PSW KR1 KR2 KR3 KR4 KC1 KC2 KC3 KC4 KC5 KC6 KC7 KC8 IRP IRIN1 SR2 SR1 SL1 SL2 RN2 1K RN3 1K

IR_IN

V+5V C205 0.1uF VGND

16

PANEL_SW KEYSCAN_R1 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8

S1A S2A S1B S2B S2C S1C S2D S1D

VCC

2 3 5 6 10 11 13 14
VGND TU_VIDEOIN_SW TFT-C /EN IN 0 0 0 1 1 X ON SW S1 AV_IN S2 AV_OUT OFF

DA DB DC DD

4 7 9 12

TV_V CVBS-IN VIDEO_I_O

FB20 FB45 FB46 FB47 FB21 FB22 FB23 FB24 FB25 FB26 FB27 FB28 FB29 P_3V3 IR_IN SPR2 SPR1 SPL2 SPL1 FB12 FB14 FB15 FB42

FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603 FB-1500R-300mA/0603

7 5 3 1

TS5V330DBQR OR PT2328-X(L)

7 5 3 1

FB-100R-400mA/0603 FB-100R-400mA/0603 FB-100R-400mA/0603 FB-100R-400mA/0603

SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
wafer 20 pin p=1.0mm black

DRIVER BOARD (1/2)

8 6 4 2

DV33

DV33 VGND

GND

VGND

VGND

VGND L26 1.8uH-50mA

15 1

EN IN

8 6 4 2
VGND

1
R135 10K

J11

Y2 R136 75R 1%

8
U13 PT2328-X(L) VGND VIDEO_I_O EC39 FB32 FB-100R-400mA/0603 220uF/10V 8X6.2 EC40 220uF/10V 8X6.2 R286 0R/NC

C211 47pF

C212 47pF

C209 470pF/NC

C210 330pF

VIDE

VIDEO

SCJ315P00ZS0B00 YELLOW

L27 1.8uH-50mA

Y1 R139 75R 1%

TFT-Y

DC_IN

PESD5V0S1BB

C214 47pF

C215 47pF FB31 AV_IN_SW

R131 100K

1,4->2,5 ON AV_IN 2,5->3,6 ON AV_OUT

VGND

VGND

VGND
R214 0R/0805

FB-100R-400mA/0603
PESD5V0S1BB

1 4 2 5 3 6
R138 1K

OUT
R132 1K

r IN LINE SELECT SW3 SST-2214 AV IN SWITCH TFT_POWER_EN

VGND Q21 2N3904

1
Q22

1
R133 1K

H
05

GND

R215 0R/0805

C213 0.1uF

DC_IN

2
AP2309GN

3 DC_IN1

RFGND VGND AGND MGND

LGND

D14

DV33

LGND

LGND

4-11

VIDEO OUT & PANEL CONNECT


MAIN (4/5)
4-12

2
D15

VGND

VGND

VGND

DVP-FX850

4-6. AUDIO OUT


1 2

See page 5-3 for printed wiring board.


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

MAIN BOARD (5/5)


LLINE 2 CB_CHARGE_EN 3 MPEG_AUDIO_EN 3 ADAC_MD 3 ADAC_MC 3 ADAC_ML 3 ADAT 3 ALRCK 3 ACLK 3 ABCK 2 MUTE 2 ZRL 2 ZRR 3 ASPDIF 2 VOL_PWM 3 VOL3 VOL+ 2,5 P_3V3 2 SMUTE CB_CHARGE_EN MPEG_AUDIO_EN ADAC_MD ADAC_MC ADAC_ML ADAT ALRCK ACLK ABCK MUTE ZRL ZRR ASPDIF VOL_PWM VOLVOL+ P_3V3 SMUTE AOAO+ BO+ BO3 TV_L 3 TV_R 3 TU_AUDIO_EN 2 SE AUDIO INTERFACE AO- 5 AO+ 5 BO+ 5 BO- 5 TV_L TV_R TU_AUDIO_EN SE AUDIO_VCC +5V AUDIO_VCC R152 -AVCC R153 -AVCC EC43 47uF/10V C224 5.0X5.4 1uF DE1 U16 XC6351A/NC 1 6 GND C12 5 CE VIN 3 4 C1+ VOUT C225 1000pF C223 1000pF DE2 R162 68K R176 68K D16 MM4148 2 47R/0805 AGND RLINE R147 20K R148 20K R170 68K R177 68K C285 1uF/0805 SE C221 BI1uF/0805 +5VOP 47R/0805 -AVCC_OP R141 20K R142 20K AIC216 1uF/0805 U14 AGND AIBIVOL_C SE HSHUTDOWN MUTE_AMP AGND R247 100K R291 1M EC45 100uF/10V 6.3X5.3 APA2068KA

8 6 3 7 13 2 1

VOLMAX LINRINVOLUME SE/BTL

LOUT+ LOUTBYPASS ROUT+

11 9 4
REF

AO+ AOC217 1uF/0805 C284 4.7uF/10V/0805 AGND R140 ASPDIF FB-100R-400mA/0603 22R C219 150pF EC42 RLINE 510R 10uF/16V 4.0X5.4 AUDIO_VCC EC44 FB63 FB-100R-3A C228 0.1uF LLINE 510R 10uF/16V 4.0X5.4 R149 L_MUTE 510R C226 100pF AGND FB-300R-400mA/0603 R151 220K C227 100pF AGND R150 AGND AGND FB35 AGND AGND FB33

OPT AUDIO_VCC J12 OPTICAL-OUT LOR LOL DLT13M1

PCMSD3 PCMWS ACLK PCMCLK

C218 1uF/0805 U15 NPC1729

4 5 6

GND CE

C1VIN

3 2 1

7 8 6 1

14 16

BO+ BO-

VCC VIN GND SW1 R L GND SW2 LINE OUT&OPTICAL OUT WHITE
AUDIO

C1+ VOUT

SHUTDOWN
HOT_PAD

1 1
PESD5V0S1BB/NC

ROUTVDD VDD

R144 R_MUTE

R145 510R C220 100pF

FB34

MUTE
GND GND

R_CH_OUT FB-300R-400mA/0603 L_CH_OUT R146 220K C222 100pF

3 2 4 5

2 D17 MM4148
C286 1uF/0805

5 12

17

10 15

AGND

D22

AUDIO_VCC R154 47R/0805 EC46 EC47 220uF/10V/NC 100uF/10V 8X6.2 6.3X5.4 C229 0.1uF R155 15K 1% C230 39pF R156 1M -AVCC_OP R161 AGND U18 PCM1742 KE R158 7.5K 1% 3.3K 1% EC51 10uF/10V 4.0X5.4 C233 18pF AGND AGND U17A 4558

AGND

AGND

AGND

680pF FOR S2A SOLUTION

AUDIO_VCC

AGND AGND

AGND

FB64
R182 3.3K

C287 100pF/NC R159 BO+ AUDIO_VCC R_CH EC48 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4 39R R166 AO+ L_CH RLINE LLINE AGND AGND EC50 100uF/10V 39R 6.3X5.4 HP2 HP1 39R R163 39R R160

R157 1K FB36 FB-100R-400mA/0603

C231 680pF AGND

DV33

J13

1
3

VDDD

4066_EN
R193 10K

VADD

14

E
R189 3.3K

PESD5V0S1BB

R195

1K

VOUTL ZRL_NA ZRR_ZRA VCOM


AGND

7 12 11 10
ZRL ZRR EC52 10uF/10V 4.0X5.4 R178 7.5K 1% EC53 10uF/10V 4.0X5.4 C235 0.1uF C236 18pF AGND AGND AGND R179 3.3K 1% -AVCC_OP U17B 4558

9 3 2

Z3 Z2 Z1

Y3 Y2 Y1 E4 E3 E2 E1
-AVCC

8 4 1 12 6 5 13

MPEG_AUDIO_EN

1
2

Q27 2N3904 -AVCC AGND

ADAC_MD ADAC_MC ADAC_ML

13 14 15

MD MC ML
DGND

AGND

PESD5V0S1BB

PCMCLK PCMSD3 PCMWS ACLK

R167 R164 R169 R172

68R 68R 68R 68R

1 2 3 16

BCKIN DIN LRCIN SCKIN

VCC

VOUTR

10

Z4

Y4

11

C288 100pF/NC

R171 1K

C234 680pF

7
GND
+

AUDIO_VCC

+5V

R180 1M C237 39pF

R252 3.3K/NC

2
1
D19 MM4148 R199 3.3K

G
1
R254 3.3K/NC

1 D18 MM4148
EC57 220uF/10V 8.0X10.2

DC_IN

DV33 R174 15K 1% R251 15K1%/NC C289 100pF/NC R184 HP3 39R R188 HP4 39R C290 100pF/NC U23 74HC4066/NC AGND AGND AGND FB-100R-400mA/0603 HR2 HL2 AO+ L_CH AUDIO_VCC R187 EC55 100uF/10V 39R 6.3X5.4 FB39 FB-100R-400mA/0603
PESD5V0S1BB

Q47 2N3906/NC

R200 EC58 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4 4.7K

4066_EN_TV
R257 10K/NC

1
3

Q29 2N3906

R287 220K R288

R277 10K/NC

AGND
R278 1K

HSHUTDOWN

0R

R258

1K/NC

AGND Q48 2N3904/NC

1
2

7.5K1%/NC EC61 10uF/10V/NC 4.0X5.4 R237 0R/NC R238 0R/NC


R259 NC R260 EC62 NC 10uF/10V/NC

3.3K1%/NC C263 18pF/NC AGND

1
+

-AVCC AGND

R192 1K

AGND AGND TV_R TV_L

VCC

14

+5VOP

PESD5V0S1BB

R289 100K

10
AGND

P_3V3

9
-AVCC_OP U22B 4558/NC

Z3 Z2 Z1

Y3 Y2 Y1 E4 E3 E2 E1
-AVCC

8 4 1 12 6 5 13

RLINE LLINE AGND AGND R197 10K R198 10K DV33

3 2

4.0X5.4 R205 4.7K MUTE R210 10K R206 100K R261 7.5K1%/NC

1
3

Q36 2N3906

GND

AGND AGND D21 MM4148 C264 18pF/NC AGND A_MUTE AGND

J
P_3V3

D23 MM4148 1 MUTE_AMP

PWM VOLUME CONTROL

P_3V3

A_MUTE R201 1K

K
SMUTE

R191 VOL_C C239 10uF/10V/1206 R190 0R/NC CB_CHARGE_EN R194 1 1K/NC Q26 2N3904/NC

470K/NC

R282 10K/NC

Q50 2N3906/NC MUTE_AMP R185 1K

Q23 2N3904

R186 1K/NC

REF RFGND VGND AGND MGND AGND AGND Q25 2N3904/NC HP4 AGND L_MUTE

1
3 2

AGND AGND Q28 2N3904 C241 0.1uF C242 0.1uF

A_MUTE R207 1K

VOL_PWM

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND 05

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

R196 1 10K

1 Q33 2N3904

C248 22pF

A_MUTE R208 1K

1 Q34 2N3904

C249 22pF

A_MUTE

R209 1 1K Q35 2N3904

7 5 3 1

8 6 4 2

HP2

RN4 10K

EC56 10uF/16V/NC 4.0X5.4

R280 4.7K/NC

R281 100K/NC

1 Q30 2N3904

C243 22pF

A_MUTE R202 1K

1 Q31 2N3904

C244 22pF

A_MUTE

R203 1 1K Q32 2N3904

AUDIO_VCC

4-13

3.3K1%/NC

R262

7
+5VOP

4066_EN_TV

Z4

Y4

11

D26

VOL-

R255

C240 680pF

TU_AUDIO_EN

Q49 2N3904

R256

D24

Q24 2N3906

C232 0.1uF

EC49 10uF/10V 4.0X5.4

FB-100R-3A

GND 2 R

1
+5VOP

DE1 HR1 HL1

3 SW1 4 SW2 5 L SCJ315P00WS0B00 GREEN

PHONES

U19 74HC4066

FB37 FB-100R-400mA/0603

D25 PLUG NON IN DE1/2 L H

+5VOP

4066_EN AGND AGND

AGND AGND

AGND

R181 1K FB38

C262 39pF/NC R253 1M/NC -AVCC_OP U22A 4558/NC

BO+ R_CH

EC54 100uF/10V 6.3X5.4

R183 39R

C238 AGND 680pF DE2

J14

GND 2 R

3 SW1 4 SW2 5 L SCJ315P00WS0B00 GREEN

PHONES

D27

2 4 2 4
C245 0.1uF C246 0.1uF

1 3 1 3

S1 VOLS2 VOL+

S1 VOLUME + S2

R263 1M/NC C265 39pF/NC R264 15K1%//NC

VOL+

HP3

HP1

R_MUTE

C247 22pF

GND

C250 22pF

AGND

AUDIO OUT
4-14

MAIN (5/5)

DVP-FX850

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

DRIVER BOARD (1/2)


21
CN7

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

B
MAIN BOARD (4/5)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
22

PESD5V0S1BB

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB

PESD5V0S1BB

PANEL_SW KEYSCAN_R1 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8 IR_P IR_IN SPR2 SPR1 SPL2 SPL1 R69 1.8R/1206

1
2 D13 SW7 LCDMODE 6 SW8 DISPLAY 5 6 SW9 RETURN 5 6 5 5 5 5 5

D11

D8

D12

D9

1 2 1 2
100p 100p

R73 1.8R/1206
100p 100p

BOBO+ AOAO+
CN6 6 SW2
X

SW1
H

EVQPLHA159 (SW1-SW9)
SW4 . 5 6 SW5
>

Wafer 1.25mm H2.0mm Black

C87

C86

C85

C84

6 SPEAKER L SW3 x 6

6 SW6 MENU

SPEAKER R

R70 10R R71 33K/NC C72 100P

KEYSCAN_R4

E
3 1

1 2 3
IR_D3P SW10

J1 KEYSCAN_C4

1 5

IR1

1 5 4

2 6 3

2 6 3

KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C8 KEYSCAN_C6

4 2

C73 0.1u VCC3.3V R72 10K

KEYSCAN_C7

5-direction key/EVQWHA50K

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

G
05

PNL_SW KS_R1 KS_R2 KS_R3 KS_R4 KS_C1 KS_C2 KS_C3 KS_C4 KS_C5 KS_C6 KS_C7 KS_C8 IR_P IR_IN IR_I

J1 PIN ARRAY 1 2 3 4 5
SPR2 SPR1 SPL2 SPL1 SPR2 SPR1 SPL2 SPL1

2 1

2 1

2 1

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

PESD5V0S1BB

ESE13H01B LCD PANEL OPEN/CLOSE DETECT PANEL_SW KEYSCAN_R1 KEYSCAN_R2 KEYSCAN_R3 KEYSCAN_R4 KEYSCAN_C1 KEYSCAN_C2 KEYSCAN_C3 KEYSCAN_C4 KEYSCAN_C5 KEYSCAN_C6 KEYSCAN_C7 KEYSCAN_C8 IR_P IR_IN

D7

D6

D5

D4

D3

D2

6
GND

GND

DRIVER (1/2)

IR-KB

4-15

4-16

CN5

D10

DVP-FX850

4-8. T-CON
1

See page 5-7 for printed wiring board.

10

11

12

13

14

DRIVER BOARD (2/2)


TFT_IRQ C_IN Y_IN AV_IN DC_IN1 5V_TFT VCOM VGL VGH VCC2.5V VCC3.3V PNL_DVDD PNL_AVDD 5V_TFT TFT_SDA TFT_SCL

3 C1

3 C2

0.1u

0.1u

C5

0.1u

PNL_DVDD

6 4

C62

C63

C64

TC1 33u/16V

R28 3 5 C7 100K 33n

TC2 33u/16V

C65

IN SD GND

LX FB SS

1000P

14K/1%

C74 TC3 C8

1000P 47u/6.3V 0.1u

3.3K1

15K 2

M1 2 AP2301 3

1 2 3 4

R3

C10

C9

R4 C14

C13

GND
CN1

C18 R9
R79 R78 R77

1u 10K
0R/0805 0R/0805 0R/0805 R83 0R/0805/NC 0R/0805/NC 0R/0805/NC

R5

R7

0R

R8

10K

R6

4x1 W/HOUSING/NC SPI FLASH

C12

C15

Panel Power Control

AVDD Boost1

CHIP_STHR CHIP_RL CHIP_LD CHIP_B5 CHIP_B4 CHIP_B3 CHIP_B2 CHIP_B1 CHIP_B0 C19

4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 0.1u

5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8

PNL_STHR PNL_RL PNL_LD PNL_B5 PNL_B4 PNL_B3 PNL_B2 PNL_B1 RP1 RP2 RP3 RP4 RP5 RP6 RP7 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 R22 C39 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8

C11

0.1u C16 C1206D 10u/25V

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

0R 0.1u

VGH
ZD1 1 R10 C76

C17 C1206D 10u/16V ZD2 1 R11 C77

VGL
2 UDZ10B 100K 1000P

2 UDZ15B 100K 1000P

CHIP_P0.0

21

D
MAIN BOARD (4/5)

C33 R81

C34 R82

22

TC11 47u/6.3V

C32 R80

E
Wafer 1.25mm H2.0mm White

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76

100 99 98 VSYNCIN XTALIN XTALOUT GND AVDD_XTAL VREXT_CDAC AVDD_OPLL GND VDDC ROM_EN DTCON1 DTCON2 DTCON3 BOUT5 BOUT4 BOUT3 BOUT2 BOUT1 BOUT0 78 77 76

R84 R85

C78 C79 C81 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 R21 C88 C35 C37 C38 C40 0.1u 1u 1u 1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 4K7 3.3n 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 10K 100K

470p 470p 470p 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

GND
C_IN Y_IN R12 C80 R15 C82 R18 C83

PGND
0R 560p 0R 560p 0R 560p

GND
R13 R16 R19 13R 13R 18R

AGND

AGND
AV_IN TFT_SDA TFT_SCL TFT_IRQ

470p/NC 62R

470p/NC 62R

470p/NC 91R

CHIP_C+ CHIP_CCHIP_Y+ CHIP_YCHIP_AV+ CHIP_AVCHIP_VIN CHIP_FZ

GND
240R

26 27 28 PWMOUT1 FB1 SENSE1 CP1_FB CP1_N CP1_P REF_PWM PGOOD SAR0 SAR1 SAR2 SCK SDI SDO CSN PWM1D PWM2D 46 47 48 49 50

1000P

GND

R76

C89

GND DTCON4 VCLAMP DTCON5 VRM GOUT5 VRP GOUT4 AVDD_ADC GOUT3/LVA0M C1INP GOUT2/LVA0P [98]HSYNCIN [76]VDDP C1INM [99]GND GOUT1/LVA1M [77]GND YS1INP [100]AVDD_MPLL [78]INTOUT GOUT0/LVA1P YS1INM DTCON6 CVBS1P DTCON7 CVBS1M ROUT5/LVA2M AVDD_GMC ROUT4/LVA2P VIN ROUT3/LVACKM D_PANEL w/TCON FAULTZ ROUT2/LVACKP 1C1S+DPWM FB2_DPWM ROUT1/LVA3M FB1_DPWM ROUT0/LVA3P SAR*3 GPIO*2 PWM*2 AVDD_SAR VDDP GND GND [26]PWMOUT2 GND [46]GPIO0/P0.0 DTCON8 AVDD_DPWM [27]FB2 [47]GPIO1/P0.1 DTCON9 Q2 [28]SENSE2 DTCON10 [48]INT Q1 CLKO [49]SDA VDDC [50]SCL RESET GND TESTIN AVDD_PWM PWR_ON_RSTN

MST7915MA

75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

CHIP_POL CHIP_STHL CHIP_G5 CHIP_G4 CHIP_G3 CHIP_G2 CHIP_G1 CHIP_G0 CHIP_OEV CHIP_UD CHIP_R5 CHIP_R4 CHIP_R3 CHIP_R2 CHIP_R1 CHIP_R0 C36 0.1u CHIP_CKV CHIP_STVU CHIP_STVD CHIP_CLKO R23 39R R24 39R

PNL_B0 PNL_POL PNL_STHL PNL_G5 PNL_G4 PNL_G3 PNL_G2 PNL_G1 PNL_G0 PNL_OEV PNL_UD PNL_R5 PNL_R4 PNL_R3 PNL_R2 PNL_R1 PNL_R0 PNL_CKV PNL_STVU PNL_STVD

CN2 PNL_POL PNL_STVD PNL_OEV PNL_CKV PNL_STVU 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

31

U2

PNL_AVDD PNL_DVDD

J2

20p

20p

VCOM VGL VGH VCC2_5V VCC3_3V DVDD AVDD

0.1u

0.1u

Y1 12MHz R2 1M

C4

BD1

BD2

BD3

C75

C6

C3

U1AIC1896PG/FP6736

R1 100K/1%

100p

IRQ C_IN Y_IN AV_IN DC_IN1 5V_TFT

VGH_VGL_SW

0.1u

0.1u

+10V CDRH3D16/LD/210mA

CDRH3D16/LD/460mA

0.1u

0.1u

LED+ LEDPGND

LED+ LEDPGND

L1 10u

SD1 SGL34-02/ 20V/0.5A/Vf0.55V 1 2

L2 47u

V9 V2

VGH V6 PNL_UD

PNL_CLK 150R 33p EMI Solutions

V14 V11 V8 V5 V3 PNL_R5 PNL_R4 PNL_R3 PNL_R2 PNL_R1 PNL_R0

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

R26

U3 PMC25LV512

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

DC_IN1 5V_TFT

DGND

EMI solutions

CE VCC 8 SO HOLD 7 WP SCLK 6 GND SI 5

39R

R25

1.POL 2.STVD 3.OEV 4.CKV 5.STVU 6.GND1 7.EDGSL 8.VCC 9.(V9) 10.VGL 11.(V2) 12.VGH 13.(V6) 14.U/D 15.VCOM1 16.GND2 17.AVDD1 18.(V14) 19.(V11) 20.(V8) 21.(V5) 22.(V3) 23.GND3 24.R5 25.R4 26.R3 27.R2 28.R1 29.R0 30.GND4

VGL

DGND

8.2inch TFT LCD PANEL

C41

C42

C46

1 2 3 4

C90 C1206D 10u/NC L3 8.2u

R30 R32 R75 U4B 3

4K7 4K7 10K AP4501M 6 5 L4 8.2u

TFT_SDA R31 TFT_SCL R33 TFT_IRQ R74

39R 39R 39R

CHIP_SDA CHIP_SCL CHIP_P0.1 CHIP_CSN CHIP_SDO CHIP_SDI CHIP_SCK RP8 33R

CN3 PNL_G5 PNL_G4 PNL_G3 PNL_G2 PNL_G1 PNL_G0 PNL_STHL PNL_CLK PNL_STHR PNL_LD PNL_B5 PNL_B4 PNL_B3 PNL_B2 PNL_B1 PNL_B0 PNL_RL V1 V4 V7 V10 V12 V13 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2

CHIP_FB2_DPWM CHIP_FB1_DPWM CHIP_Q1

SD2 1

SK32A /20V/3.0A/Vf 0.55 2 LED+ LED-

CON4

SD3 SK32A /20V/ 3.0A/Vf 0.55 1 2

C66 1000P

C67 1000P

0 TC10 33u/16V

PWMOUT2 FB2

PWMOUT1 FB1

VCC3.3V VCC2.5V

TC4 33u/16V

TC9 33u/16V

CDRH3D16/LD/510mA

7 8

CDRH5D16/1.2A

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

CE SO SI SCLK R37 C47 360R


9.52V

R34 C43 R35 C45 V1


7.51V

270R
9.46V

0.1u 649R 0.1u 560R 0.1u 390R 0.1u 820R 0.1u 470R 0.1u 640R 0.1u 1K 0.1u 240R

V2
8.18V

C68 1000P

5R

L9

C69 1000P

TC8 33u/16V

R1206

PGND
10R 22K

U4A AP4501M 2

Bottom

4.7uH/CDRH3D16 TC13 47u/6.3V/BSize

V3
7.06V

0.1u 1K5 0.1u 1K6 0.1u 1K8 0.1u 820R 0.1u 1K 0.1u 390R

R38 C48 R40 C51 R43 C53 R49 C55 R52 C58 R57 C60 R60

V5
6.29V

2.5V Buck1
3.3n 10K 51K VCC3.3V L5 33u

TC5 C70

47u/6.3V 1000P

R39 C50 R42 C52 R48 C54 M2 3 AP2301 2 R51 C57 R56 C59 R59

V4
5.37V

C49 R41

V6
4.66

V7
2.96V

V8
3.73V

R44

R45

R46

L6 R47

33u

V10
1.86V

V9
2.46V

5K1 1%

SD4 SGL34-02 2

TC6 47u/6.3V

Q1 3904

C56 R53

3.3n 3K6

CDRH3D16/LD/ 260mA

V12
0.52V

V11
0.48V

4R7 2

V13

TC12 47u/6.3V

V14

C44

1000p

R55

4K7 1% R62 4K7 VCOM C61 2 0.1u

31.GND5 32.G5 33.G4 34.G3 35.G2 36.G1 37.G0 38.STHL 39.INV 40.GND6 41.DCLK 42.VCC 43.STHR 44.LD 45.B5 46.B4 47.B3 48.B2 49.B1 50.B0 51.R/L 52.(V1) 53.(V4) 54.(V7) 55.(V10) 56.(V12) 57.(V13) 58.AVDD2 59.GND7 60.VCOM2
32

1K

R0805D R54 10R

R36

R61

D1 2

4148 1

L8 L7 33u M3 3 AP2301 2
CDRH5D18/650mA

6K8 1%

C71 1000P

SD5 SGL34-02 2

Q2 3904

R0603D R64 200R

1 VR1

4.7uH/CDRH3D16

3.3V Buck2
TC7 47u/6.3V

50K 3

PGND

FFC CON30

R58

39R

R65

4K7

R67

10K H5 H6 H7 H8 H9 H10

LED Backlight Driver


H11

J
05

H1

H2

R63

H3

H4

H12

H13

R66

K99 1% R68 39R

H2D2

H2D2

H2D2

H4D3.5X4 H2.7D2.7

H2D2

H2.7D2.7

H3.5D3.5

H2.7D2.7

H2D2

H2.7D2.7

H2D2

H2D2

VCOM DC

DGND

R50

DGND

31 32

FFC CON30

COLOR LCD

R27

4-17

4-18

DRIVER (2/2)

T-CON

DVP-FX850

4-9. USB

USB BOARD
DVD_SW UFB1 USB_SW UFB2 USB_VCC
1

DVDS

USBS

1,4->2,5 ON CD/DVD 2,5->3,6 ON USB 1 4 2 5 3 6 USW1 SST-2214 UC2 USB_GND 0.1uF

FB-100R/0603 FB-100R/0603

CD/DVD Y USB

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

MAIN BOARD (2/5)

UD1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 8 9

USBM DUSBP D+ DVD_SW USB_SW

UJ1

UC1 0.1uF

PESD5V0S1BB/NC

1 1

UD2 USB_GND UJ2 UB1112C-C1608-FR 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 (USB)


5 6

USB_GND USB_GND DUSB_GND UR2 33R UR1 0R 1 4 USBD-

USB_GND D+

USB_VCC

CCHD1407RE-00012 8&9PIN is ground pad

DD+ UC4 10uF/ 16V


1 PESD5V0S1BB/NC PESD5V0S1BB/NC 1

C
USB_VCC USBM USBP USB_GND DVD_SW USB_SW VCC UR5 BM 15K BP GND DSW USW UR6 15K

UR3 33R

UT1 ACM2012-900-2P/NC USBD+ 2 3 UR4 0R


1 1

UC3 0.1uF USB_GND USB_GND UC6 USB_GND USB_GND NC

UC5 NC
2

D
05

UD3

UD4

USB_GND USB_GND USB_GND USB_GND USB_GND USB_GND

USB
4-19 4-20E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 5 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS


5-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

DRIVER BOARD

MAIN BOARD

USB BOARD

5-1

5-2

DVP-FX850

5-2. MAIN BOARD


: Uses unleaded solder. See page 5-1 for circuit boards location.

There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram.

MAIN BOARD (SIDE A)


MAIN BOARD (SIDE A) D10 D11 D12 D16 D17 D18 D19 D21 Q3 Q7 Q8 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q23 Q24 Q27 Q28 Q29 Q30 Q31 Q32 Q33 Q34 Q35 Q36 Q49 U3 U7 U10 U12 U13 U14 U17 U18 U19 U22 U23 C-1 B-1 E-5 E-7 E-7 G-5 G-6 F-7 G-5 F-5 F-6 B-2 C-2 B-2 B-1 B-1 B-1 B-1 B-2 B-3 H-8 G-6 G-5 H-8 H-6 G-7 F-8 E-8 F-8 E-8 D-8 E-7 H-7 H-5 E-3 F-5 E-3 B-5 G-7 G-6 E-6 H-6 H-5 H-6

A
SW1 DISC COVER SWITCH

05

CHARGE

POWER

7
> HOLD/ /1 .

MAIN
5-3 5-4

DVP-FX850

MAIN BOARD (SIDE B)


MAIN BOARD (SIDE B) J3 J5 J7 J9 J10 J16 D1 D2 D3 D5 D6 D9 D13 D14 D15 D23 Q1 Q4 Q6 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q22 Q26 Q39 Q40 Q44 Q45 Q46 Q47 Q48 U1 U2 U4 U5 U6 U8 U9 U11 C-6 C-1 E-3 B-4 B-3 G-2 A-8 A-7 C-6 A-7 B-7 C-8 G-5 C-8 D-7 H-6 A-8 A-8 A-8 G-5 G-5 G-5 A-7 C-3 H-6 G-3 G-3 H-3 G-4 G-4 H-6 H-5 B-7 B-7 D-7 C-7 A-7 G-3 G-4 E-5

DC IN 9V + TO RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACK

OUT
r

IN LINE SELECT

VIDEO

AUDIO

E
PHONES

PHONES

G
+

VOLUME

05

MAIN
5-5 5-6

DVP-FX850

5-3. DRIVER BOARD


: Uses unleaded solder. See page 5-1 for circuit boards location.

There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram.

DRIVER BOARD (SIDE A)


DRIVER BOARD (SIDE A) CN1 CN2 CN3 CN5 CN6 CN7 D1 BD1 BD2 BD3 SD2 SD3 SD4 SD5 Q1 Q2 U2 U4 A-11 B-5 B-6 A-11 A-1 A-3 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-3 B-1 B-1 B-10 B-11 B-2 A-2 A-8 B-2
LCD PANEL OPEN/CLOSE DETECT

C
05

10

11

12

DRIVER BOARD (SIDE B)


DRIVER BOARD (SIDE B) D2 D8 D9 D10 U3 B-11 B-1 B-12 B-10 A-7

B
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 21 2

2 2

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2

1 2

SW1 H
2 1 3 4

SW2 X
1 3 4 2

SW3 x
1
3 4

SW4 .
3 4

SW5 >
3 4

SW7 LCDMODE
3 4

SW7 DISPLAY
3 4

SW9 RETURN
3 4

SW6 MENU
3 4

(T/R/r/t/ENTER)

05

10

11

12

DRIVER
5-7 5-8

DVP-FX850

5-4. USB BOARD


: Uses unleaded solder. See page 5-1 for circuit boards location.

There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram.

USB BOARD (SIDE A)

USB BOARD (SIDE B)


MAIN BOARD (SIDE B) UJ1 F-2 A-1 B-1 D-2 D-2

A
1 2

A
CD/DVD Y USB

UD1 UD2 UD3 UD4

3
1 2

D
1 2 3 1 2

D
(USB)

05 05

2
5-9

USB
5-10

DVP-FX850

DVP-FX850

MEMO

5-12E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 6 WAVEFORMS AND CIRCUIT VOLTAGE


6-1. WAVEFORMS

1. Spindle control waveform (No disc condition) DMSO/ECR (U9 PIN9)

2. Tracking control related signal (system checking-cd)

TEO (U7 PIN32) U (U9 PIN7) TRSO (U8 PIN26) V (U9 PIN4)

W (U9 PIN2)

Fig 6-1

Fig 6-2

3. Tracking control related signal (system checking-dvd)

4. Audio output from IC (L/R)

TEO (U10 PIN32) AUDIO OUT (J12 PIN2) TRSO (U8 PIN26)

Fig 6-3

Fig 6-4

6-1

6-2

DVP-FX850

5. Audio related signal DIN (U18 PIN2)

6. Video output waveform (CVBS)

SCKIN (U18 PIN16)

DIN (13 PIN10)

DIN (U18 PIN3)

Fig 6-5

Fig 6-6

7. Video output waveform (Y/C)

8. RF waveform

Y FB19

DVDRFIP (U7 PIN6)

C FB44

Fig 6-7

Fig 6-8

6-3

6-4

DVP-FX850

6-2. CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART


PIN 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 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 0 0 0.236 0 0.17 0.028 0.157 0.029 0.159 0.034 1.75 1.695 1.749 1.696 2.192 2.037 2.003 2.039 2.005 2.035 2.193 2.047 0.807 1.03 0.81 1.027 0.775 1.031 0.687 1.033 0.642 1.047 0.616 1.038 2.013 2.023 2.009 2.006 0.003 0.177 0.005 0.177 3.246 2.409 3.246 3.237 3.267 3.255 2.809 2.747 2.073 1.763 0 0 2.779 2.705 2.03 2 1.395 1.378 1.435 1.187 1.549 1.308 1.551 1.311 0.348 1.036 0.347 0.971 1.399 0.971 1.399 1.378 1.399 1.372 1.399 1.377 1.397 1.377 1.394 1.372 1.394 1.372 0 0 1.806 0 3.263 1.827 0 0 0.866 0.795 0.451 0.69 3.265 3.26 3.746 1.783 PIN 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 0 0 3.262 0 0 0 0.002 3.223 1.923 1.905 2.045 2.022 1.801 1.848 2.553 1.963 2.533 2.172 1.558 2.141 0.825 1.963 0.023 1.542 0.037 0.822 0.042 0.04 3.263 3.269 3.262 3.268 0.089 0.107 0.216 0.561 0.108 0.897 3.262 2.853 0 3.052 3.262 2.876 0.029 0 0.027 1.638 0.026 0.026 0.025 0.022 0.008 2.01 0.008 0.024 3.268 1.451 3.257 1.605 0 0 3.267 1.153 3.267 1.051 3.268 1.532 3.267 1.816 3.267 1.993 2.921 2.993 0 1.2 3.267 0.962 0 0 0 0.076 1.553 1.922 1.929 1.922 1.927 2.816 3.19 3.245 3.266 0 0 2.263 3.262 5.028 0 5.029 0 2.706 PIN 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 3.266 3.269 3.266 3.263 3.302 3.282 3.026 3.027 2.723 2.707 3.262 3.269 0.014 0.053 3.263 3.268 2.772 2.978 2.772 2.726 3.263 2.892 3.254 0.047 1.635 1.321 0.13 0.633 1.2 0.866 0.804 1.15 1.048 1.261 3.262 3.271 0.883 1.18 0.94 1.083 0.97 1.207 0.123 1.166 1.604 1.457 1.095 1.177 1.29 0.955 1.064 1.146 0.805 0.804 0.852 1.004 0.961 1.264 2.554 3.053 3.262 3.272 2.955 2.963 3.242 3.251 3.116 3.125 3.211 3.201 3.067 3.076 0.928 0.893 0.933 0.896 0.035 0.046 0.167 0.177 0.97 1.043 1.912 1.809 0.987 2.428 1.013 1.52 3.262 3.272 1.584 1.605 3.262 3.27 0 0 0.015 0.042 0.041 0.069 PIN 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 0.041 0.026 1.114 1.143 1.591 1.601 1.597 1.611 1.038 1.051 3.263 3.255 1.992 1.993 0 0 0 0 1.912 1.928 0 0 2.614 2.907 2.502 3.285 3.238 0 3.238 3.271 3.238 0 3.263 3.271 3.263 3.271 3.262 3.273 3.262 3.272 3.263 3.273 3.263 3.273 1.912 3.273 3.263 0 3.263 3.273 3.263 3.273 0 3.273 0 0 0.052 0.056 3.258 3.269 3.258 3.269 0.556 1.001 0.558 0.933 0 0 0.554 0.936 3.257 3.268 0.96 0.937 0 0 1.348 0.667 3.256 3.266 0.96 0.473 0 0 1.959 1.99 1.302 1.315 1.298 1.315 3.256 3.267 0.035 0.039 0.035 0.039 3.258 3.269 3.257 3.267 PIN 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 3.256 3.267 0.036 0.039 0.036 0.039 2.641 5.027 3.26 3.27 3.26 3.27 0.036 0.039 3.262 3.272 1.535 1.524 1.585 1.649 1.586 1.608 1.909 0.039 1.909 1.927 0.036 0.039 2.955 2.965 1.643 1.651 3.26 3.27 1.277 1.84 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.004 3.022 1.621 1.622 1.622 1.625 1.591 1.591 2.101 1.591 1.823 1.601 1.739 1.607 3.249 3.259 3.249 3.259 0 0 1.906 1.923 0.697 0.701 0.703 0.621 0.53 0.971 1.122 0.965 0 0 0.029 0.038 3.204 3.201 3.059 1.671 0.008 1.581 1.598 0 1.041 1.578 3.262 3.265 0 0 3.262 3.265 0.255 2.305 1.358 1.345 3.244 1.544 1.397 1.866 PIN 251 252 253 254 255 256 U7 (MT1389 MPEG) STOP PLAY 0 0 1.68 1.661 1.684 1.673 0.983 1.43 0.896 0.899 3.262 3.265

6-5

6-6

DVP-FX850

PIN 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

U11(SDRAM) STOP 3.266 1.017 3.266 1.032 0.079 0 0.05 0.052 3.267 0.079 0.076 0 0.053 3.267 3.259 3.264 3.261 3.26 3.256 0.062 0.07 0.043 0.042 0.259 0.27 0.271 3.267 0 0.27 0.337 0.197 0.334 0.023 0.021 0.019 0.003 3.266 1.583 3.26 0.003 0 0.6 3.267 0.077 0.08 0 0.05 0.05 3.267 0.079

PLAY 3.263 1.612 3.266 0.579 1.133 0 1.249 1.109 3.265 1.156 1.121 0 1.078 3.265 2.945 3.242 3.117 3.208 3.062 1.109 0.906 0.067 0.174 0.944 1.418 1.526 3.264 0 1.002 1.029 1.685 1.101 0.038 0.029 0.019 0 3.265 1.555 2.961 0 0 0.963 3.266 0.609 1.007 0 1.065 1.203 3.266 0.734

PIN 51 52 53 54

U11 (SDRAM) STOP 0.078 0 0.056 0

PLAY 1.449 0 0.591 0

PIN 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

U12 (FLASH) STOP 0.107 2.25 2.41 1.51 1.97 1.497 1.167 1.64 0.026 0 3.266 3.266 0 0 1.02 0.04 0.83 2.47 2.18 2.27 3.26 3.26 0.84 3.26 2.179 0.025 0 0.023 1.881 0.307 0.287 1.056 0.294 0.378 0.296 1.375 0.031 3.266 0.021 2.001 0.247 1.607 0.267 2.434 0.233 0 0 0

PLAY 0.118 2.241 2.401 1.735 2.061 1.503 0.889 2.495 0.026 0 3.258 0 0 0 0 0.041 0.822 1.979 1.998 2.141 2.172 1.963 1.849 2.024 1.982 0 0 0 1.564 0.393 1.739 0.39 1.751 0.43 0 0 0 0 0 2.133 0 0 0 1.75 0 0 0 0.8

PIN 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

U3 (MCU Z8F0822) STOP PLAY 3.268 3.228 3.301 3.261 3.301 3.261 3.297 3.257 0 0 1.588 1.584 1.834 1.733 3.304 3.262 3.303 3.262 3.274 3.233 3.27 3.264 3.032 3.016 2.376 2.379 2.175 1.637 3.3 3.26 2.773 2.729 3.026 3.02 3.3 0.038 0.982 2.618 3.3 3.26 3.3 3.262 0 0 3.3 3.263 3 2.993 3.3 3.262 2.932 2.744 0.073 3.261 0.134 1.388

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

U19 (74HC4066) STOP 0 0 0 0 5.155 5.155 -4.984 0 0 0 0 5.154 5.154 5.193

PLAY 0 0 0 0 5.094 5.094 -4.924 0 0 0 0 5.094 5.094 5.134

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

U14 (APA2068KA) STOP PLAY 0 0 2.924 2.891 2.561 2.533 2.531 2.509 0 0 2.561 2.533 1.089 0 0 0 2.588 2.557 2.192 5.134 2.583 2.556 0 1.332 0.605 1.329 2.582 2.558 5.192 5.134 2.583 2.56

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

U17 (4558) STOP 0 0 0 -4.785 0 0 0 4.987

PLAY 0 0 0 -4.722 0 0 0 4.936

U10 (EEPROM 24C16) PIN STOP PLAY 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 1.084 1.504 4 0 0 5 3.266 3.26 6 3.266 3.26 7 0 0 8 3.266 3.26 U18 (PCM1742 KE) STOP PLAY 1.653 1.645 0.052 0.044 1.544 1.539 0 0 3.266 3.261 4.881 4.828 2.447 2.435 2.412 2.401 0 0 2.411 2.416 3.266 3.259 3.266 3.259 0.051 0.044 3.262 3.255 3.262 3.255 1.62 1.595 U18 (PT2328-X(L)) STOP PLAY 3.262 3.257 1.596 1.481 1.748 1.413 1.96 1.412 1.746 1.487 1.615 1.423 1.95 1.456 0 0 0.943 1.468 0.943 1.467 3.35 1.294 3.3 1.234 3.3 1.214 3.3 1.244 0 0 5.2 5.136

PIN 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

U9 (BA6849) STOP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.142 1.132 1.132 1.136 1.161 1.184 1.106 0 0 0 0 5.3 1.399 1.395 0.041 3.687 5.312 5.323 5.306 5.27

PLAY 0 3.762 0 3.765 0 0 3.767 0 3.121 3.123 3.101 3.1 3.147 3.154 1.184 0 0.581 0 0 0.021 1.463 1.369 3.228 1.756 5.064 5.063 5.064 5.051

PIN 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

U8 (BA5954) STOP 1.281 1.107 0.204 1.373 0.241 0.241 0.102 0.688 0.688 0 0.228 0.23 1.105 0.24 0.197 1.111 1.1 1.101 0 1.138 0.727 0 1.305 0.19 1.106 1.283 1.379 0.041

PLAY 1.387 2.522 2.52 1.369 1.37 1.369 2.512 0 5.074 0 2.525 2.521 2.519 2.543 2.529 2.529 2.579 2.57 0 2.513 5.064 0 1.375 2.519 2.521 1.366 1.369 3.228

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

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

6-7

6-8E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 7 IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION


7-1. MPEG/DSP/RF PIN FUNCTION (MAIN BOARD U7: MT1389HD)
Pin number 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 Name AGND DVDA DVDB DVDC DVDD DVDRFIP DVDRFIN MA MB MC MD SA SB SC SD CDFON CDFOP TNI TPI MDI1 MDI2 LDO2 LDO1 SVDD3 CSO RFLVL SGND V2REFO V20 VREFO FEO TEO TEZISLV OP_OUT OP_INN OP_INP DMO FMO TROPENPWM PWMOUT1 /V_ADIN9 TRO FOO VPLLVSS CAPPAD VPLLVDD3 USB_VSS USBP USBM I/O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I O O O O O O O O O O O I I O O (-) O O O I I I Analog ground AC coupled input path A AC coupled input path B AC coupled input path C AC coupled input path D AC coupled DVD RF signal TP45 DC coupled main-beam RF signal input A DC coupled main-beam RF signal input B DC coupled main-beam RF signal input C DC coupled main-beam RF signal input D DC coupled sub-beam RF signal input A DC coupled sub-beam RF signal input B DC coupled sub-beam RF signal input C DC coupled sub-beam RF signal input D TP52 TP53 3 beam satellite PD signal negative input 3 beam satellite PD signal positive input Laser power monitor input Laser power monitor Laser driver output Laser driver output Analog power 3.3V Positive main beam summing output Negative main beam summing output Analog ground Reference voltage 2.8V Reference voltage 2.0V Reference voltage 1.4V Focus error monitor output Tracking error monitor output TE Slicing Level TP162 TP163 TP164 Disk motor control output. PWM output. Feed motor control. PWM output. N.C. 1stGeneral PWM output, or Version AD input 9 Tracking servo output. PDM output of tracking servo compensator Focus servo output. PDM output of focus servo compensator Analog ground for VPLL Capacitance connection Analog 3.3V Power for VPLL USB ground pin USB port DPLUS analog pin USB port DMINUS analog pinPin Description

7-1

Pin number 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 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

Name USB_VDD3 FG/V_ADIN8 TDI/V_ADIN4 TMS/V_ADIN5 TCK/V_ADIN6 TDO/V_ADIN7 DVDD18 IOA2 IOA3 IOA4 IOA5 IOA6 IOA7 HIGHA0 IOA18 IOA19 DVDD3 IOWR A16 HIGHA7 HIGHA6 HIGHA5 HIGHA4 HIGHA3 HIGHA2 HIGHA1 IOA20 IOCS IOA1 IOOE AD0 AD1 DVSS AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6 IOA21/V_ADIN0 ALE AD7 DVSS A17 IOA0 DVDD18 UWR URD DVDD3

I/O I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O USB Power pin 3.3V

Description

Motor Hall sensor input, or Version AD input 8 Serial interface port 3 data-out Version AD input port 4 GPIO Serial interface port 3 data-in Version AD input port 5 GPIO Serial interface port 3 clock pin Version AD input port 6 GPIO Serial interface port 3 chip-select Version AD input port 7 GPO 1.8V power pin for internal Microcontroller address 2 / IO Microcontroller address 3 / IO Microcontroller address 4 / IO Microcontroller address 5 / IO Microcontroller address 6 / IO Microcontroller address 7 / IO Microcontroller address 8 Flash address 18 / IO Flash address 19 / IO 3.3V power pin for internal Flash write enable, active low / IO Flash address 16 Microcontroller address 15 Microcontroller address 14 Microcontroller address 13 Microcontroller address 12 Microcontroller address 11 Microcontroller address 10 Microcontroller address 9 Flash address 20 / IO Flash chip select, active low / IO Microcontroller address 1 / IO Flash output enable, active low / IO Microcontroller address/data 0 Microcontroller address/data 1 Ground pin for internal Microcontroller address/data 2 Microcontroller address/data 3 Microcontroller address/data 4 Microcontroller address/data 5 Microcontroller address/data 6 Flash address 21 / IO Microcontroller address latch enable Microcontroller address/data 7 Ground pin for internal digital circuitry Flash address 17 Microcontroller address 0 / IO 1.8V power pin for internal Microcontroller write strobe, active low Microcontroller read strobe, active low 3.3V power pin for internal

7-2

Pin number 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144

Name UP1_2 UP1_3 UP1_4 UP1_5 UP1_6 UP1_7 UP3_0 UP3_1 UP3_4 UP3_5 ICE PRST IR INT0 DQM0 IO_19 RD7 RD6 RD5 RD4 RD3 DVDD3 RD2 RD1 RD0 RD15 RD14 RD13 RD12 RD11 RD10 RD9 RD8 IO_18 DVDD3 DQM1 RWE CAS RAS RCS BA0 BA1 RA10 RA0 RA1 DVDD18 RA2 RA3

I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Microcontroller port 1-2 Microcontroller port 1-3 Microcontroller port 1-4 TP168

Description

Microcontroller port 1-6 I2C clock pin Microcontroller port 1-7 I2C data pin Microcontroller port 3-0 8032 RS232 RXD Microcontroller port 3-1 8032 RS232 TXD Microcontroller port 3-4 Hardwired RD232 RXD I2C clock pin Microcontroller port 3-5 Hardwired RD232 TXD I2C data pin Microcontroller ICE mode enable Power on reset input, active low IR control signal Microcontroller external interrupt 0, active Data mask 0 GPIO DRAM data 7 DRAM data 6 DRAM data 5 DRAM data 4 DRAM data 3 3.3V power pin for internal DRAM data 2 DRAM data 1 DRAM data 0 DRAM data 15 DRAM data 14 DRAM data 13 DRAM data 12 DRAM data 11 DRAM data 10 DRAM data 9 DRAM data 8 GPIO 3.3V power pin for internal Data mask 1 DRAM Write enable, active low DRAM column address strobe, active low DRAM row address strobe, active low DRAM chip select, active low DRAM bank address 0 DRAM bank address 1 DRAM address 10 DRAM address 0 DRAM address 1 1.8V power pin for internal DRAM address 2 DRAM address 3

7-3

Pin number 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192

Name DVDD3 RCLK CKE DVSS RA11 RA9 RA8 RA7 RA6 RA5 RA4 DVDD3 Y_7/IO_16 Y_6/IO_15 Y_5/IO_14 DVDD18 Y_4/IO_13 Y_3/IO_12 Y_2/IO_11 Y_1/IO_10 Y_0/IO_9 YUVCLK/IO_8 C_7/IO_7 C_6/IO_6 C_5/IO_5 DVDD3 C_4/IO_4 C_3/IO_3 C_2/IO_2 DVDD18 C_1/IO_1 C_0/IO_0 IO_17 DVSS HSYN/V_ADIN2 YUV7 VSYNC/V_ADIN1 YUV6/R YUV5/B DACVSSA YUV4/G DACVDDA YUV3/CVBS DACVSSB YUV2/C DACVDDB YUV1/Y DACVSSC

I/O I/O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O O O 3.3V power pin for internal DRAM clock DRAM clock enable

Description

Ground pin for internal digital circuitry DRAM address 11 DRAM address 9 DRAM address 8 DRAM address 7 DRAM address 6 DRAM address 5 DRAM address 4 3.3V power pin for internal Digital Video output Y bit 7 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 6 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 5 GPIO 1.8V power pin for internal Digital Video output Y bit 4 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 3 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 2 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 1 GPIO Digital Video output Y bit 0 GPIO Digital Video output Clock GPIO Digital Video output C bit 7 GPIO Digital Video output C bit 6 GPIO Digital Video output C bit 5 GPIO 3.3V power pin for internal Digital Video output C bit 4 GPIO Digital Video output C bit 3 GPIO Digital Video output C bit 2 GPIO 1.8V power pin for internal Digital Video output C bit 1 GPIO Digital Video output C bit 0 GPIO GPIO Ground pin for internal Horizontal sync for video-input Microcontroller external interrupt Vertical sync input/output While no External TV-encoder TP160 TP159 Ground pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry TP158 3.3V power pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry Video data output bit 3 Analog composite output Ground pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry Video data output bit 2 Analog chroma output 3.3V power pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry Video data output bit 1 Analog Y output Ground pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry

7-4

Pin number 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237

Name YUV0/CIN FS VREF DACVDDC ASDATA0/GPO_2 RVREF/GPIO_6 RCLKB/GPIO_5 GPIO_4 GPIO_3 ASDATA1/GPO_1 ASDATA2/GPO_2 SPMCLK SPDATA SPLRCK SPBCK DVDD3 ALRCK ABCK ACLK ASDATA3 DVDD18 ASDATA4 MC_DATA SPDIF APLLVDD3 APLLCAP APLLVSS ADACVSS2 ADACVSS1 ARF (SW) ARS/SDATA3 AR/SDATA1 AVCM AL/SDATA2 ALS/SDATA 0 ALF/(CTR) ADACVDD1 ADACVDD2 RFGND18 RFVDD18 XTALO XTALI JITFO JITFN PLLVSS

I/O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O I/O I/O I/O O O O O O O O O O O I O I -

Description Video data output bit 0 Compensation capacitor Full scale adjustment Bandgap reference voltage 3.3V power pin for VIDEO DAC circuitry Audio serial data 0 (Front-Left/Front-Right) DSD data left channel Trap value in poweron reset GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO TP155 TP152 KEYSCAN C6 KEYSCAN C7 ADAC MC TP165 3.3V power pin for internal Audio left/right channel clock Trap value in power-on reset: I) 1 : use external 373 II) 0: use internal 373 Audio bit clock Phase de-modulation Audio DAC master clock TP152 1.8V power pin for internal TP151 Inout PD SMT SPDIF output 3.3V Power pin for audio clock circuitry APLL External Ground pin for audio clock circuitry Ground pin for AUDIO DAC circuitry Ground pin for AUDIO DAC circuitry AUDIO DAC Sub-woofer channel output While internal AUDIO DAC not used: GPIO TP149 AUDIO DAC Right channel output While internal AUDIO DAC not used: a. SDATA1 AUDIO DAC reference voltage AUDIO DAC Left Surround channel output While internal AUDIO DAC not used: a. SDATA2 TP148 TP147 3.3V power pin for AUDIO DAC circuitry 3.3V power pin for AUDIO DAC circuitry Analog ground Analog power 1.8V 27M crystal out 27M crystal in The output terminal of RF jitter meter. The input terminal of RF jitter meter. Ground pin for data PLL and related analog circuitry.

7-5

Pin number 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256

Name PLLVDD3 LPFON LPFIP LPFIN LPFOP ADCVDD3 ADCVSS RFVDD3 RFRPDC RFRPAC HRFZC CRTPLP RFGND OSP OSN RFGC IREF AVDD3

I/O O I I O O I I O O O O I -

Description 3.3V power pin for data PLL and related analog circuitry. The negative output of loop filter amplifier The positive input terminal of loop filter amplifier. The negative input terminal of loop filter amplifier. The positive output of loop filter amplifier Analog 3.3V Power for ADC Analog ground for ADC Analog Power RF ripple detect output RF ripple detect input(through AC-coupling) High frequency RF ripple zero crossing Defect level filter capacitor connecting Analog Power RF Offset cancellation capacitor connecting RF Offset cancellation capacitor connecting RF AGC loop capacitor connecting for DVD-ROM RF path. Connect an external 15K resistor to this pin and Analog power 3.3V

7-6

7-2. FRONT MICOM PIN FUNCTION (MAIN BOARD U3: Z8F0822)


Pin number 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 Name PC0/T1IN PA6/SCL PA7/SDA /RESET Vss XIN XOUT Vdd PC5/MISO PC4/MOSI PC3/SCK PC2/SS PA0/T0IN PA1/T0OUT PA2/DE0 PA3/CTS0 PA4/RXD0 PA5/TXD0 PC1/T1OUT DBG AVdd AVss VREF PB4/ANA4 PB3/ANA3 PB2/ANA2 PB1/ANA1 PB0/ANA0 I/O O I I I I O O I I O I O I I I/O I/O O I O O I I I SYSTEM POWER EN POWER KEY HOLD MCU RESET Ground pin MCU XIN MCU XOUT 3.3V MUTE Battery detect AV IN SW CHARGE EN ADAPTER_DET VOL_PWM LED2 (CHARGE) IR_IN TXD RXD SE DBG 3.3V Ground pin 3.3V cb charge enable S MUTE AUDIO_DTC LED1 (POWER) Battery IN Description

7-7

MEMO

7-8E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 8 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT


This section describes procedures and instructions necessary for adjusting electrical circuits in this set. Instruments required: 1) Color monitor TV 2) Oscilloscope 1 or 2 phenomena, band width over 100 MHz, with delay mode 3) Frequency counter (over 8 digits) 4) Digital voltmeter 5) Standard commander (RMT-D183) 6) DVD reference disc HLX-501 (J-6090-071-A) (dual layer) (NTSC) HLX-503 (J-6090-069-A) (single layer) (NTSC) HLX-504 (J-6090-088-A) (single layer) (NTSC) HLX-505 (J-6090-089-A) (dual layer) (NTSC) HLX-506 (J-6090-077-A) (single layer) (PAL) HLX-507 (J-6090-078-A) (dual layer) (PAL)

8-1. STANDARD VIDEO LEVEL


1. Checking Video Output Level <Purpose> This checks whether Video Output level satisfy the NTSC standard. If it is not correct, the brightness will be too large or small. Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specification Play Check the Color-bar (100%) signal on DVD reference disc LINE OUT (VIDEO) connector (75 terminated) Oscilloscope 1.00 0.05 Vp-p

Checking method: 1) Confirm that the Video Output level is 1.00 0.05 Vp-p.

1.00 0.05 Vp-p

Figure 8-1

8-2. VCOM DC LEVEL


1. VCOM DC Level Adjustment <Purpose> When the Driver Board or LCD is replaced, the VCOM DC Level Adjustment is necessary. Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specification Play Arbitrary VCOM (Driver Board) Digital voltmeter 4.0 V to 4.1 V

Adjusting method: 1) Adjust the VR1 to attain 4.0 V to 4.1 V.

DRIVER BOARD (SIDE A)

VR1

+
VCOM

Figure 8-2

8-1

MEMO

8-2E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 9 TROUBLESHOOTING


9-1. ELECTRICAL TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
1. A. Power (DC-DC Converter) circuit
No power on by adaptor YES Is adaptor out 9.5V? YES NO Is P1 OK? YES NO Is D2 OK? YES Replace D2 YES Replace P1 YES NO Is Q1 OK? Replace Q1 NO Replace adaptor Is battery OK? YES NO Replace battery No power on by battery

NO. P_3V3 YES NO Is Q12 OK? YES NO Is U6 OK? Replace U6 Replace Q12

NO. +3.3V YES NO Is U5 OK? YES NO. +1.8V YES NO Is U4 OK? Replace U4 Replace U5

NO. +5V YES NO Is U2 OK? Replace U2

NO. LCD power YES NO Is U1 OK? Replace U1

YES Is AVCC OK? NO Replace U15

YES Is USB VCC NO Replace U21 OK?

B. Audio out abnormal


AUDIO OUT ABNORMAL

C. Speaker abnormal
SPEAKER ABNORMAL NO Is S1, S2 OK? YES NO Is speaker OK? YES NO Is U14 OK? YES Replace U14 Replace speaker Replace S1, S2

Check audio jack & mode

YES

Check U19 YES Check U17 YES Check U18 YES Check signals from U7 (MT1389) NO Replace U7

9-1

D. Video out abnormal


VIDEO OUT ABNORMAL

E. Picture abnormal
PICTURE ABNORMAL

F. Disc error
DISC ERROR

Check video jack & mode

Check the disc

Check disc

Check LC filter

Check the traverse

Check traverse

Check video signals from U7 (MT1389)

Check the SDRAM

Refer to servo part

Refer to servo part

G. Open/close abnormal
OPEN/CLOSE ABNORMAL

H. Charging circuit
NO CHARGING

Check SW1 & SW2

Is 9.5V OK? YES

NO

Check P1

Refer to servo part

Is Q12, U6 OK? YES

NO

Replace Q12, U6

Check the connection of part

Is U3 OK? YES

NO

Replace U3

Check traverse

Is Q4 OK? YES Is J3 OK?

NO

Replace Q4

NO

Replace J3

9-2

2. MPEG Circuit
Power is on

Does logo appear on the screen?

NO

Check power & clock

YES

YES

Does the moving picture of the DVD disc play on the screen normally?

NO

Is MPEG data signal normal?

NO

Check CD/DVD DSP output signal OK

OK YES YES NO Check MPEG decoder input signal Check CD/DVD DSP output signal OK Check MPEG decoder input signal

Is error signal normal?

MT1389HD

Does the moving picture of the CD play on the screen normally?

NO

Is MPEG data signal normal?

NO

Check CD/DVD DSP output signal OK Check MPEG decoder input signal

MT1389HD
YES YES

YES

Is clock normal?

NO

Check clock signal

Does the audio sound output normally?

NO

Does the audio signal output from MPEG decoder?

NO

Check clock signal

9-3

3. Front Circuit (Dogotrpm & key)


START

Power on

Power green LED on

NO

Is P_3V3 OK?

NO

Check power

YES

YES

YES

Do the U3 work normally?

NO

Replace U3

Do all the buttons work normally?

NO

Check J3 on the mainboard YES

NO

Check the buttons

YES

YES

Check IC MT1389

NO

Replace IC MT1389

Does remote control work normally?

NO

Is battery OK?

NO

Replace battery

YES Check P_3V3 YES

YES

Does IR1 work by testing waveform normally? YES

NO

Replace IR1

Check IC MT1389

NO

Replace IC MT1389

9-4

4. RF/Servo Circuit
NO

Put disc in?

No disc (laser off)

YES NO Check the RF connection between J5 and MT1389 NO Check the related circuit on MT1389 RFL signal

Disc ID is correct?

YES Does spindle rotate? NO Proper DMSO signal on MT1389 YES YES Check the cable connection between spindle and main PCBA NO

Check DMSO related circuit on MT1389

Focus on OK?

NO

Proper signal on A, B, C, D of MT1389 YES Proper FO+ & FO signal on MT1389

NO

Check connection between MT1389 and pick up head

NO

Check the related circuit on MT1389 FO+ & FO signal

YES YES Check the cable connection on pick up head

Track on OK?

NO

Proper FOSO signal on MT1389? YES Proper TRSO signal on MT1389? YES

NO

Check the related circuit on MT1389

NO

Check the TRSO connection on MT1389 and motor driver

YES TR+ & TR out properly? NO Check the tracking control amp circuit on motor driver

YES Check cable connection on pick up head NO

DISC is play?

Check RF signal waveform

9-5

9-2. LCD TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE


Display condition Appear shadow from interference in black background There is only bright (LCD B/D) abnormal YES Replace VCC5V normal YES PNL_DVDD normal YES VGH normal YES VGL normal YES Y1 operate YES Video_Y, Video_C YES Is M1, U3 OK? YES Is U2 OK? YES Is U1 OK? YES SDA, SCL signal YES R, G, B signal output YES TFT LCD normal NO Replace NO RP1, RP2 check NO Check R30, R31, R32, R33 NO Replace U1 NO Replace U2 NO Replace M1, U3 NO Check R15, R16, C82, R12, R13, C80 NO Replace Y1 NO Check BD2, BD3 NO Check BD1 NO Check M1 NO Check CN1 Inverter abnormal NO

9-6E

DVP-FX850 SECTION 10 REPAIR PARTS LIST


10-1. EXPLODED VIEWS
Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Accessories and packing materials are given in the last of the electrical parts list. Abbreviation RUS :Russian model The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE) . . . (RED) Parts Color Cabinet's Color

10-1-1. MAIN BLOCK


upper block

not supplied

not supplied

7 2
not supplied not supplied

5 8 1
not supplied not supplied

4 1
not supplied

not supplied not supplied

Ref. No. 1 02 3 3 04 5

Part No. 9-885-103-46 9-885-110-96 9-885-113-63 9-885-113-64 9-885-113-59

Description

Remark

Ref. No. 5 6 7 8

Part No.

Description

Remark

FOOT RUBBER (091-0001-261) TRAVERSE +MYLAR (413-0003-164) BOTTOM PANEL WITH LABEL (AEP, UK) BOTTOM PANEL WITH LABEL (RUS) NP-FX110 (79-11000009-92) (Battery Pack)

A-1308-587-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (02-01041062-00) (RUS) 9-885-110-68 REMOTE CONTROL (RMT-D183) (1-885-110-68) A-1268-702-A USB BOARD, COMPLETE (02-06040446-00) 9-885-108-32 SHEET, OPEN PREVE (086-0001-041)

A-1308-586-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (02-01041061-00) (AEP, UK)

10-1

10-1-2. UPPER BLOCK

LCD block

not supplied

51

not supplied

52
not supplied not supplied not supplied

53

not supplied

not supplied

not supplied

not supplied

Ref. No. 51 52

Part No.

Description

Remark

Ref. No. 53

Part No.

Description

Remark

A-1308-584-A DISC LID ASSY (030-0002-515) A-1268-689-A UPPER ASSY (030-0001-479)

9-885-110-31 DISC SPRING S (023-0002-3702)

10-2

10-1-3. LCD BLOCK

111
not supplied

109
not supplied

not supplied

110
not supplied not supplied not supplied

108

106
not supplied

108

not supplied

107 104
not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied

101

not supplied

112

not supplied

102

101 103
The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Remark Ref. No. 108 109 110 111 112 Part No. 9-885-112-46 9-885-112-72 A-1268-690-A A-1268-694-A Description SPEAKER (GP-DSP-250150-03) HINGE COVER (013-0021-4086) HINGE ASSY (020-0001-760) HOUSING ASSY (030-0001-480) Remark

Ref. No. 101 102 103 0 104 106

Part No. 9-885-112-42 A-1268-693-A 9-885-112-34 9-885-112-45 A-1268-696-A

Description

SCREW PAD (091-0001-419) BEZEL ASSY (030-0001-478) LCD COSMETIC (013-0011-5758) LCD SCREEN (AA0800003151) DRIVER BOARD, COMPLETE (02-06040445-00)

9-885-112-43 SCREW PAD (091-0001-420)

107

9-885-103-26 SLIDE BUTTON (013-0001-4093)

10-3

DRIVER

MAIN

USB

10-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: Metal-film resistor. METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. F: nonflammable Not all of the parts are listed. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA. . : A. . uPA. . : PA. . uPB. . : PB. . uPC. . : PC. . uPD. . : PD. . CAPACITORS uF: F COILS uH: H Abbreviation RUS :Russian model The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board.

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A-1268-696-A DRIVER BOARD, COMPLETE (02-06040445-00) ***********************

ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************** 3-100-247-11 MANUAL, INST. (086-0001-7812) (ENGLISH) (AEP, UK) 3-100-247-21 MANUAL, INST. (086-0002-7812) (FRENCH) (AEP) 3-100-247-31 MANUAL, INST. (086-0003-7812) (GERMAN) (AEP) 3-100-247-41 MANUAL, INST. (086-0004-7812) (SPANISH) (AEP) 3-100-247-51 MANUAL, INST. (086-0005-7812) (ITALIAN) (AEP) 3-100-247-61 MANUAL, INST. (086-0006-7812) (DUTCH) (AEP) 3-100-247-71 MANUAL, INST. (086-0007-7812) (RUSSIAN) (RUS) 9-885-103-56 AV CABLE (010-0001-206) (RCA Audio/Video cable) 9-885-104-13 CARRYING CASE (086-0001-5560) 9-885-105-82 POWER CODE (073-0002-2029) (AEP, RUS) 9-885-105-83 POWER CODE (073-0004-2029) (UK) 9-885-110-68 REMOTE CONTROL (RMT-D183) (1-885-110-68) 9-885-113-59 NP-FX110 (79-11000009-92) (Battery Pack) 9-885-113-60 AC-FX150 (SYBR019H832LF) (AC Adaptor) 9-885-113-61 DCC-FX150 (G12PCL-513-0021) (Car Battery Adaptor)

A-1308-586-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (02-01041061-00) (AEP, UK) A-1308-587-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (02-01041062-00) (RUS) ********************* < FUSE > 0 P1 0 P2 9-885-102-63 FUSE 1206, 3A/32V (CF12V3T3R00) 9-885-102-64 FUSE 1206, 1A/64V (CF12V6T1R0) < IC > U8 U9 6-703-242-01 IC BA5954FP-E2 9-885-101-97 IC MOTOR DRIVER (U-BA6849FM) 0 < JACK > 0 * J1 9-885-102-19 DC JACK, 3P (DC-051) (PHONES) 0 0 0

A-1268-702-A USB BOARD, COMPLETE (02-06040446-00) ********************

MISCELLANEOUS ************** 02 104 108 9-885-110-96 TRAVERSE +MYLAR (413-0003-164) 9-885-112-45 LCD SCREEN (AA0800003151) 9-885-112-46 SPEAKER (GP-DSP-250150-03)

10-4E

DVP-FX850

Sony Corporation
9-883-954-11
Home Electronics Network Company

86

2007E0500-1 2007.5 Published by Quality Assurance Dept.

DVP-FX850

REVISION HISTORY
Ver. 1.0 Date 2007.05 New Description of Revision