DSR-PD170/PD170P /PD190P

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SERVICE MANUAL
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US Model Canadian Model
DSR-PD170

AEP Model UK Model E Model
DSR-PD170P

Chinese Model
DSR-PD190P

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SPECIFICATIONS SERVICE NOTE DISASSEMBLY BLOCK DIAGRAMS FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS REPAIR PARTS LIST ADJUSTMENTS

• INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this document. • Reference No. search on printed wiring boards is available.

DIGITAL CAMCORDER

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P

SPECIFICATIONS

Video camera recorder
System Video recording system 2 rotary heads Helical scanning system Audio recording system Rotary heads, PCM system Quantization: Fs32 kHz (12 bits, channels 1/2, channels 3/4), Fs48 kHz (16 bits, channels 1/2) Video signal DSR-PD170: NTSC color, EIA standards DSR-PD170P/PD190P: PAL colour, CCIR standards Usable cassette Mini DVCAM cassette with the mark printed Mini DV cassette with the mark printed Tape speed DVCAM format: Approx. 28.218 mm/s DV format SP mode: Approx. 18.812 mm/s Recording/playback time (using cassette PDVM-40ME) DVCAM format: 40 min DV format SP mode: 1 h Fast-forward/rewind time (using cassette PDVM-40ME) Approx. 2 min and 30 s Viewfinder Electric viewfinder (B&W) Image device 1/3 type CCD (3 Charge Coupled Device) DSR-PD170: Approx. 380 000 pixels (Effective: Approx. 340 000 pixels) DSR-PD170P/PD190P: Approx. 450 000 pixels (Effective: Approx. 400 000 pixels) Lens Combined power zoom lens Filter diameter 58 mm (2 3/8 in) 12× (Optical), 48× (Digital) F1.6 - 2.4

Focal length 6 - 72 mm (1/4 - 2 7/8 in) When converted to a 35 mm still camera 43.2 - 518.4 mm (1 3/4 - 20 1/2 in) Color temperature Auto, nIndoor (3 200 K), Outdoor (5 800 K), Minimum illumination 1 lux (F1.6) Input/Output connectors S VIDEO input/output Input/output auto switch 4-pin mini DIN Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced DSR-PD170: Chrominance signal: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced DSR-PD170P/PD190P: Chrominance signal: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced VIDEO input/output Input/output auto switch RCA pin-jack, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced AUDIO CH1/CH2 input/output Input/output auto switch RCA pin-jack, 327 mV, (at output impedance more than 47 kilohms) Output impedance with less than 2.2 kilohms Input impedance more than 47 kilohms Headphones jack Stereo minijack (ø 3.5 mm) LANC control jack Stereo mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm) INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors XLR 3-pin, female, –60 dBu: 3 kilohms, +4 dBu: 10 kilohms (0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms) DV Interface 4-pin connector Speaker Dynamic speaker (ø 20 mm) LCD screen Picture 6.2 cm (2.5 type) Total dot number 211 000 (960 × 220)

General Peak inrush current (DSR-PD170P/PD190P) Hot switching inrush current, measured in accordance with European standard EN55103-1: 6.3 A (230 V) Power requirements 7.2 V (battery pack) 8.4 V (AC Adaptor) Average power consumption (when using the battery pack) During camera recording using LCD 5.4 W Viewfinder 4.7 W Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) Storage temperature –20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F) Dimensions (approx.) 133 × 180 × 456 mm (5 1/4 × 7 1/8 × 18 in) (w/h/d) Mass (approx.) 1.6 kg (3 lb 9 oz) including the hood with a lens cap 1.7 kg (3 lb 12 oz) including the NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack, cassette PDVM-40ME and microphone Supplied accessories See page 5-39.

Rechargeable battery pack NP-F330
Output voltage DC 7.2 V Capacity 5.0 Wh Dimensions (approx.) 38.4 × 20.6 × 70.8 mm (1 9/16 × 13/16 × 2 7/8 in) (w/h/d) Mass (approx.) 70 g (2.5 oz) Type Lithium ion

Wide conversion lens VCL-HG0758
Lens power 0.7 Lens structure 3 groups, 3 elements Screw thread for video camera recorder M58 × 0.75 Dimensions Maximum diameter : ø 93 mm (3 3/4 in) Length : Approx. 48 mm (1 15/16 in) Mass (excluding the caps) Approx. 418 g (14 oz) Supplied accessories Lens caps (2) (for the front and back of the lens) Carrying pouch (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

AC Adaptor AC-L15A/L15B
Power requirements 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Current consumption 0.35 - 0.18 A Power consumption 18 W Output voltage DC OUT: 8.4 V, 1.5 A Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) Storage temperature –20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F) Dimensions (approx.) 56 × 31 × 100 mm (2 1/4 × 1 1/4 × 4 in) (w/h/d) excluding projecting parts Mass (approx.) 190 g (6.7 oz) excluding power cord

CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
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. ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P

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. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270˚C during repairing. • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering. 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.)

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: LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350°C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! • 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.

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DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. SERVICE NOTE
1-1. NOTE FOR REPAIR ······················································· 1-1 1-2. POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS ·························· 1-2 1-3. TO TAKE OUT A CASSETTE WHEN NOT EJECT (FORCE EJECT) ····························································· 1-2 1-4. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ···································· 1-3 1-4-1. Self-diagnosis Function ··················································· 1-3 1-4-2. Self-diagnosis Display ····················································· 1-3 1-4-3. Self-diagnosis Code Table ··············································· 1-4 • LA-028 (1/3) (ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-19 • SE-147 (VAP SENSOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-19 • LA-028 (2/3) (VAP DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-21 • LA-028 (3/3) (KEY IN/CONNECTOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-23 • FP-188, FP-189 FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-23 • KP-013 (SELECT DIAL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-25 • MK-016 (CONTROL KEY) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-25 • MS-209 (MS CONNECTOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-25 • FK-088 (CONTROL SWITCH) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-27 • XZ-003 (LITHIUM BATTERY, SW) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-29 • LB-100D (BACK LIGHT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-31 • HL-013 (LCD DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-33 • FP-195, FP-196 FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-33 • FP-205 FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-34 • MA-430D (AUDIO AMP) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-35 • FP-896 FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-35 • DD-216D (1/2) (DC/DC CONVERTER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-37 • DD-216D (2/2) (DC REGURATOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-39 • CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980, PS-4980) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-41 • RM-091 (REAR REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-43 • VC-358D (1/18) (S/H AGC, TG) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-45 • VC-358D (2/18) (CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-47 • VC-358D (3/18) (MS I/F) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-49 • VC-358D (4/18) (RS 232C I/F, STILL CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-51 • VC-358D (5/18) (MS DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-53 • VC-358D (6/18) (DV SIGNAL PROCESS) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-55 • VC-358D (7/18) (DV INTERFACE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-57 • VC-358D (8/18) (REC/PB AMP) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-59 • VC-358D (9/18) (LINE IN/OUT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-61 • VC-358D (10/18) (LINE A/D) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-63 • VC-358D (11/18) (RGB DRIVE/TG) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-65 • VC-358D (12/18) (CAMERA CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-67 • VC-358D (13/18) (MECHANISM CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-69

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DISASSEMBLY

2-1. LCD SECTION (HL-013, PD-217 BOARDS, INVERTER TRANSFORMER UNIT) ··························· 2-2 2-2. EVF SECTION (LB-100D BOARD) ······························ 2-3 2-3. (UPPER) HANDLE BLOCK ASSEMBLY ···················· 2-4 2-4. FK-088, MA-430D, RM-091, XD-003, XS-004, XM-005, XZ-003 BOARDS ··········································· 2-5 2-5. CABINET (L) BLOCK ASSEMBLY, MECHANISM DECK, VC-358D, DD-216D, JK-267 BOARDS (FOR FORCE EJECT OF CASSETTE AND VTR SECTION CHECK) ························································ 2-7 2-6. CABINET (R) BLOCK ASSEMBLY ····························· 2-9 2-7. CABINET BOTTOM ASSEMBLY ································ 2-9 2-8. BATTERY PANEL BLOCK ASSEMBLY (MK-016, KP-013, MS-209 BOARDS) ······················· 2-10 2-9. EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY ··········································· 2-10 2-10. LA-028, DD-216D, VC-358D, JK-267 BOARDS, MECHANISM DECK ··················································· 2-11 2-11. LENS BLOCK ASSEMBLY, CENTER FRAME ASSEMBLY ··································· 2-12 2-12. CD-512, SE-147 BOARDS, ZOOM LENS ASSEMBLY ···· 2-13 2-13. CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PS-4980), CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) ··················· 2-13 2-14. CK-140 BOARD ··························································· 2-14 2-15. CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (ED-4980), HINGE ASSEMBLY ····················································· 2-15 2-16. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION ································· 2-16 2-17. FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION ······························ 2-17

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

BLOCK DIAGRAMS
OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) ··························· 3-1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) ··························· 3-3 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) ··························· 3-5 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) ··························· 3-7 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3) ································ 3-9 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) ······························ 3-11 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) ······························ 3-13

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PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/3) ······················· 4-1 FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/3) ······················· 4-3 FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/3) ······················· 4-5 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • CD-512 (CCD IMAGER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-11 • JK-267 (JACK BOARD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-13 • CK-140 (KEY IN) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-15 • FP-194, FP-197 FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-16 • CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (ED-4980) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-16 • PD-217 (RGB DRIVE, TG) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-17

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DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P

• VC-358D (14/18) (DRUM/CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-71 • VC-358D (15/18) (HI CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-73 • VC-358D (16/18) (AU LINE A/D, D/A) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-75 • VC-358D (17/18) (LINE AMP) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-77 • VC-358D (18/18) (CONNECTOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-79 • XD-003 (DC/DC CONVERTER, REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-81 • XS-004 (MIC SELECT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-81 • XM-005 (MIC AMP) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ···························· 4-83 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD • CD-512 (CCD IMAGER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ······················· 4-89 • FP-594 FLEXIBLE BOARD ···································· 4-91 • JK-267 (JACK BOARD) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ······················· 4-93 • CK-140 (KEY IN) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ······················· 4-95 • PD-217 (RGB DRIVE, TG) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ······················· 4-97 • FP-194 FLEXIBLE BOARD ····································· 4-97 • LA-028 (ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE, VAP DRIVE, KEY IN/CONNECTOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ······················· 4-99 • SE-147 (VAP SENSOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-101 • FP-188 FLEXIBEL BOARD ··································· 4-101 • FP-189 WIRING BOARD ········································ 4-101 • MS-209 (MS CONNECTOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-103 • KP-013 (SELECT DIAL) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-105 • MK-016 (CONTROL KEY) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-105 • FK-088 (CONTROL SWITCH) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-107 • XM-005 (MIC AMP) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-109 • LB-100D (BACK LIGHT) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-111 • HL-013 (LCD DRIVE) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-113 • FP-196 FLEXIBLE BOARD ··································· 4-113 • MA-430D (AUDIO AMP) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-115 • DD-216D (DC/DC CONVERTER, DC REGURATOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-117 • XZ-003 (LITHIUM BATTERY, SW) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-119 • RM-091 (REAR REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-121 • VC-358D (S/H AGC, TG, CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS, MS I/F, RS 232C I/F, STILL CONTROL, MS DRIVE, DV SIGNAL PROCESS, DV INTERFACE, REC/PB AMP, LINE IN/OUT, LINE A/D, RGB DRIVE/TG, CAMERA CONTROL, MECHANISM CONTROL, DRUM/CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE, HI CONTROL, AU LINE A/D, D/A, LINE AMP, CONNECTOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-123

• XS-004 (MIC SELECT) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-127 • XD-003 (DC/DC CONVERTER, REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ····················· 4-129 4-4. WAVEFORMS ···························································· 4-130 4-5. MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION ······························· 4-135

5.

REPAIR PARTS LIST

5-1-1. OVERALL SECTION-1 ················································· 5-3 5-1-2. OVERALL SECTION-2 ················································· 5-4 5-1-3. CABINET (L) SECTION ················································ 5-5 5-1-4. CABINET (R) SECTION-1 ············································ 5-6 5-1-5. CABINET (R) SECTION-2 ············································ 5-7 5-1-6. UPPER HANDLE SECTION ········································· 5-8 5-1-7. BATTERY PANEL SECTION ········································ 5-9 5-1-8. EVF SECTION ······························································ 5-10 5-1-9. CENTER FRAME SECTION ······································ 5- 11 5-1-10. LENS BLOCK SECTION ············································· 12 5-1-11. CASSETTE COMPARTMENT, DRUM AND REEL TABLE ASSEMBLY ····················································· 5-13 5-1-12. TAPE GUIDE, PINCH SLIDER ASSEMBLY AND BRAKE SLIDER ASSEMBLY ····································· 5-14 5-1-13. EACH GEARS AND LOADING/CAPSTAN MOTOR ASSEMBLY ·································································· 5-15 5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ········································ 5-16

6.

ADJUSTMENT

1. Before starting adjustment ··············································· 6-1 1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards. ···· 6-2 6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT ······························ 6-4 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT (CAMERA SECTION) ··················································· 6-4 1-1-1. List of Service Tools ······················································· 6-4 1-1-2. Preparations ····································································· 6-6 1-1-3. Precaution ········································································ 6-8 1. Setting the Switch ···························································· 6-8 2. Order of Adjustments ······················································ 6-8 3. Subjects ··········································································· 6-8 1-2. INITIALIZATION OF A, B, C, D, E, F, 8 PAGE DATA ···· 6-9 1-2-1. INITIALIZATION OF A, C, D, 8 PAGE DATA ············· 6-9 1. Initializing the C, D, 8 Page Data ···································· 6-9 2. Modification of C, D, 8 Page Data ·································· 6-9 3. C Page Table ···································································· 6-9 4. D Page Table ·································································· 6-11 5. 8 Page Table ··································································· 6-12 6. Initializing the A Page Data ··········································· 6-12 1-2-2. INITIALIZATION OF B PAGE DATA ························· 6-13 1. Initializing the B Page Data ··········································· 6-13 2. Modification of B Page Data ········································· 6-13 3. B Page Table ·································································· 6-13 1-2-3. INITIALIZATION OF E, F PAGE DATA ····················· 6-14 1. Initializing the E, F Page Data ······································· 6-14 2. Modification of E, F Page Data ····································· 6-14 3. F Page Table ·································································· 6-14 4. E Page Table ·································································· 6-16 1-3. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ························ 6-17 1. 27MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment (VC-358D board) ·························································· 6-17 2. Zoom Key Center Adjustment ······································· 6-17 3. HALL Adjustment ························································· 6-18 4. Offset Adjustment ·························································· 6-18 5. Flange Back Adjustment (Using Minipattern Box) ······· 6-19 6. Flange Back Adjustment ··············································· 6-20 6-1. Flange Back Adjustment (1) ············································· 6-20 6-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2) ············································· 6-20 7. Flange Back Check ························································ 6-21

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8. Picture Frame Setting ···················································· 6-21 9. Pre White Balance Data Input ······································· 6-22 10. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input ····················· 6-22 11. MAX GAIN Adjustment ··············································· 6-23 12. LV Standard Data Input ················································· 6-23 13. White Balance ND Filter 1 Compensation ···················· 6-24 14. White Balance ND Filter 2 Compensation ···················· 6-24 15. Auto White Balance Adjustment ··································· 6-25 16. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter OFF) ········ 6-25 17. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter 1) ·············· 6-26 18. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter 2) ·············· 6-26 19. White Balance Check ···················································· 6-27 20. Steady Shot Adjustment ················································ 6-28 20-1. Steady Shot Adjustment (1) ··········································· 6-29 20-2. Steady Shot Adjustment (2) ··········································· 6-30 1-4. ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT ····························································· 6-31 1. VCO Adjustment (VC-358D board) ······························ 6-31 2. Bright Adjustment (1) (VC-358D board) ······················ 6-32 3. Bright Adjustment (2) (VC-358D board) ······················ 6-32 4. Contrast Adjustment (VC-358D board) ························ 6-33 1-5. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT ··································· 6-34 1. VCO Adjustment (PD-217 board) ································· 6-34 2. Bright Adjustment (PD-217 board) ······························· 6-35 3. Black Limit Adjustment (PD-217 board) ······················ 6-35 4. PSIG GRAY Adjustment (PD-217 Board) ···················· 6-36 5. Contrast Adjustment (PD-217 board) ···························· 6-36 6. Center Level Adjustment (PD-217 board) ····················· 6-37 7. V-COM Adjustment (PD-217 board) ···························· 6-37 8. White Balance Adjustment (PD-217 board) ·················· 6-38 6-2. MECHANICAL SECTION ADJUSTMENT ··············· 6-39 2-1. PARTS REPLACEMENT AND PREPARATION FOR ADJUSTMENT ···················································· 6-39 2-1-1. Outline ··········································································· 6-39 1. Manual test ·········································································· 6-39 2. Step test ··············································································· 6-39 3. Auto test ··············································································· 6-39 2-1-3. Mode Selector II (A-6082-282-A) Connection ············· 6-39 2-1-2. Mechanism Condition (Position) Shifting Order List ··· 6-39 2-1-4. The Mechanical Adjustment Requires the Following Tools ······················································· 6-40 2-2. PARTS REPLACEMENT ············································· 6-41 2-2-1. Tape Fall Stopper, HC Roller and HC Arm ··················· 6-41 2-2-2. Drum Assembly and Drum Base Block Assembly ········ 6-41 2-2-3. Damper Assembly, Cassette Compartment Assembly and Extension Spring ··························································· 6-42 2-2-4. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly ····················· 6-43 2-2-5. Cassette Base Block Assembly, Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear ············································· 6-43 2-2-6. TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly, Tension Coil Spring (TG1), TG1 Arm Assembly, TG7 Retainer Spring and TG7 Arm Block Assembly ············································ 6-44 2-2-7. Brake Slider Assembly, Pinch Slider Assembly and Cam Gear ······································································· 6-44 2-2-8. Pinch Arm Assembly, Torsion Spring (TG7LD), Pinch Press Arm and Eject Arm ···································· 6-45 2-2-9. GL Block Assembly, GL Driving Gear and HC Driving Arm ··································································· 6-45 2-2-10. Capstan Motor, Conversion Pulley, Timing Belt and Holder ············································································ 6-46 2-2-11. L Motor Block Assembly and FP-594 Flexible Board ····· 6-47 2-2-12. Reset Arm (S), Brake (S), Brake Rack (S), Brake (T), Brake Gear (T), Brake Spring (T) and Extension Spring ··· 6-48 2-2-13. Coaster (S) / (T) Assembly, GL Arm (S) / (T) Assembly, Guide Rail, GL Gear (S) / (T) and Torsion Spring (GLS) / (GLT) ······································· 6-49

2-2-14. L Motor Assembly, Motor Shield, FP-248 Flexible Board, TG1 Spring Hook, Spring Hook Fulcrum Base, Spring Hook Driving Arm, Worm Shaft, Deceleration Gear and Motor Holder ················································· 6-50 2-3. CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ····································· 6-51 2-3-1. FWD Position Checking and Adjustment ····················· 6-52 2-3-2. FWD Back Tension Checking and Adjustment ············· 6-52 2-2-3. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Torque Check ·············· 6-53 2-3-4. Preparation for Tape Path Checking and Adjustment ···· 6-54 2-3-5. Track Checking and Adjustment ··································· 6-55 2-3-6. TG7 Slack Checking and Adjustment ··························· 6-55 2-3-7. Curl Checking and Adjustment ····································· 6-56 2-3-8. CUE / REV Check ························································· 6-56 2-3-9. Rising Check ································································· 6-56 2-4. PERIODIC CHECK ······················································ 6-57 2-4-1. Cleaning of Rotary Drum Assembly ····························· 6-57 2-4-3. Periodic Checks ····························································· 6-57 2-4-2. Cleaning of Tape Path System ······································· 6-57 6-3. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENTS ··························· 6-58 3-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS ············ 6-58 3-1-1. Equipment Required ······················································ 6-58 3-1-2. Precautions on Adjusting ··············································· 6-59 3-1-3. HOW TO ENTER RECORD MODE WITHOUT CASSETTE ··································································· 6-59 3-1-4. HOW TO ENTER PLAYBACK MODE WITHOUT CASSETTE ··································································· 6-59 3-1-5. Adjusting Connectors ···················································· 6-60 3-1-6. Connecting the Equipment ············································ 6-60 3-1-7. Alignment Tapes ··························································· 6-61 3-1-8. Input/Output Level and Impedance ······························ 6-61 3-2. SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT ········ 6-62 1. Initialization of A, B, C, D, E, F, 8 Page Data ··············· 6-62 2. Serial No. Input ····························································· 6-62 2-1. Company ID Input ························································· 6-62 2-2. Serial No. Input ····························································· 6-62 3. Battery End Adjustment ················································ 6-64 3-3. SERVO AND RF SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT ··············· 6-65 1. Cap FG Duty Adjustment (VC-358D board) ················ 6-65 2. T reel FG Duty Adjustment (VC-358D board) ············· 6-65 3. PLL f0 & LPF f0 Adjustment (VC-358D board) ·········· 6-65 4. Switching Position Adjustment (VC-358D board) ········ 6-66 5. AGC Center Level and APC & AEQ Adjustment ········· 6-66 5-1. Preparations before adjustments ···································· 6-66 5-2. AGC Center Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) ········ 6-66 5-3. APC & AEQ Adjustment (VC-358D Board) ················ 6-67 5-4. Processing after Completing Adjustments ···················· 6-67 6. PLL f0 & LPF f0 Final Adjustment (VC-358D board) · 6-67 3-4. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ····························· 6-68 3-4-1. Base Band Block Adjustments ······································ 6-68 1. Chroma BPF f0 Adjustment (VC-358D board) ············· 6-68 S VIDEO OUT Y Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) ····· 6-68 2. 3. S VIDEO OUT Chroma Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) ·························································· 6-69 4. VIDEO OUT Y, Chroma Level Check (VC-358D board) ·························································· 6-69 3-4-2. BIST Check ·································································· 6-70 1. Playback System Check ················································ 6-70 1-1. Preparations for Playback ·············································· 6-70 1-2. IC301 TRX (RF) PB BIST Check ································· 6-70 1-3. IC301 AUD (ABUS) PB BIST Check ··························· 6-70 1-4. IC301 VFD PB BIST Check ········································· 6-70 1-5. IC301 ENCODER BIST Check ···································· 6-71 1-6. Processing after Completing Playback System Check ···· 6-71 3-5. AUDIO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ···························· 6-72 1. Playback Level Check ··················································· 6-73 2. Overall Level Characteristics Check ····························· 6-73

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

Overall Distortion Check ··············································· 6-73 Overall Noise Level Check ············································ 6-73 Overall Separation Check ·············································· 6-73 SERVICE MODE ·························································· 6-74 ADJUSTMENT REMOTE COMMANDER ················ 6-74 Using the adjustment remote commander ····················· 6-74 Precautions upon using ·················································· 6-74 the adjustment remote commander ································ 6-74 DATA PROCESS ··························································· 6-75 SERVICE MODE ·························································· 6-76 Setting the Test Mode ···················································· 6-76 Emergence Memory Address ········································ 6-76 EMG Code (Emergency Code) ····································· 6-76 MSW Code ···································································· 6-77 Bit value discrimination ················································ 6-78 Switch check (1) ···························································· 6-78 Switch check (2) ···························································· 6-79 Switch check (3) ···························································· 6-79 Record of Use check ······················································ 6-80 Record of Self-diagnosis check ····································· 6-80 HRS METER (Hours meter) ········································· 6-81

* Color reproduction frame is shown on page 307.

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DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P SECTION 1 SERVICE NOTE
1-1. NOTE FOR REPAIR
Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of bent at the terminal. Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. When remove a connector, don’t pull at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped.

When installing a connector, don’t press down at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped.

Cut and remove the part of gilt which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some pieces of gilt may be left inside)

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This password is memorized in the IC1105 (EEPROM) on VC-358D board. When this function was set up.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-2. Therefore. Take note of which to use during repairs. Method 2. Supply +4.5V from the DC power supply to the loading motor and unload with a pressing the cassette compartment. SERVICE MODE”) 1-2 . too. (Refer to “9. and this function is set up. Loading motor What to do when a user forgets a password This camcorder has the forced log insertion function. when a user forgets the password. address 00 to 13). A password is inputted.4V). TO TAKE OUT A CASSETTE WHEN NOT EJECT (FORCE EJECT) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Refer to page 2-4 to remove the upper handle block assembly. Therefore. the correct password must be input. This IC1105 memorizes the HRS METER data (Hour meter data: page A. HRS METER (Hours meter)” of “6-4. about 10 seconds after power is supplied to the battery terminal using the regulated power supply (8. Use the DC IN terminal. POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS In this unit.5V) : loading : unloading Disconnect from CN022 (27P) of VC-358D board. To release the forced logo function. Remove the CN022 (27P 0. Replacing procedure: 1) Note down the data of page A. address 00 to 13. address 00 to 13. Connect the servicing remote commander RM-95 (J-6082-053-B) to the LANC jack.) 1-3. Refer to page 2-7 to remove the cabinet (L) assembly.3 mm) of VC-358D board. Remove DD-216D board from the mechanism deck (Including VC-358D board). 3) To page A. (Use the AC power adaptor. replace the IC1105 in the following order to copy the HRS METER data. Method 1. DC power supply (+4. the power is shut off so that the unit cannot operate. Refer to page 2-7 to remove the mechanism deck (Including VC-358D board and DD-216D board). this camcorder doesn’t move if the memory stick which memorize a correct logo isn’t inserted. input the data noted down. These following two methods are available to prevent this. replace the IC1105. 2) Replace IC1105 (EEPROM) on VC-358D board. and set the commander switch to the “ADJ” side.

Turn on power again. This function consists of two display. step to be taken. 32 . Self-diagnosis Function When problems occur while the unit is operating. self-diagnosis display and service mode display.. the self-diagnosis function starts working.2 Hz.. and “detailed code” of the problem. which blinks at 3. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1-4-1.. E. When the (upper) handle block is removed. the “self-diagnosis display” data will be lost by initialization. and displays on the viewfinder.Reload the tape. Indicates the appropriate Self-diagnosis Code Table.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-4. LCD screen or LCD window what to do..2Hz C Repaired by: C : Corrected by customer H : Corrected by dealer E : Corrected by service engineer 31 Block 11 Detailed Code Refer to page 1-4. 802.. This 5-character display indicates the “repaired by:”. Self-diagnosis Display When problems occur while the unit is operating. 1-3 . “block” in which the problem occurred. Details of the self-diagnosis functions are provided in the Instruction manual.. 31 . Note: The “self-diagnosis display” data will be backed up by the coin-type lithium battery of XZ-003 board BT801. the counter of the viewfinder. LCD screen or LCD window consists of an alphabet and 4-digit numbers.g. Viewfinder or LCD screen C:31:11 1-4-2. LCD window C : 3 1 : 11 Blinks at 3.

connect. and perform operations from the beginning. Remove the battery or power cable. LOAD direction loading motor timeout. Difficult to adjust focus (Cannot initialize focus. connect. and perform operations from the beginning. S reel fault. Remove the battery or power cable. FG fault when starting capstan. connect. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. S reel fault. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. Mechanical position fault. Remove the cassette. Remove the battery or power cable. connect. Inspect the lens block focus reset sensor (Pin wg of LA-028 board) when focusing is performed when the focus ring is rotated in the focus manual mode. Remove the battery or power cable. and perform operations from the beginning. (With pitch angular velocity sensor output stopped. Clean with the optional cleaning cassette. FG fault when starting drum FG fault during normal drum operations Mechanical position fault.) Steadyshot function does not work well. Load the tape again. and perform operations from the beginning. Load the tape again. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. Remove the battery or power cable. Load the tape again. Remove the battery or power cable. Inspect the lens block zoom reset sensor (Pin ws of LA-028 board) when zooming is performed when the zoom lens is operated and the zoom motor drive circuit (IC140 of LA-028 board) when zooming is not performed. T reel fault. connect. and perform operations from the beginning. Load the tape again. Load the tape again. Mechanical position fault. Load the tape again. connect. connect. Load the tape again. and the focus motor drive circuit (IC140 of LA-028 board) when the focusing is not performed. Load the tape again. and perform operations from the beginning. Remove the battery or power cable. Load the tape again. Mechanical position fault. and perform operations from the beginning. T reel fault. E 6 1 0 0 E 6 1 1 0 Zoom operations fault (Cannot initialize zoom lens. T reel side tape slacking when unloading. connect. and perform operations from the beginning. Remove the battery or power cable. Inspect pitch angular velocity sensor (SE601 of SE-147 board) peripheral circuits. and perform operations from the beginning. T reel fault. Load the tape again. Mechanical position fault. FG fault when starting capstan. connect.) Use the info LITHIUM battery. and perform operations from the beginning. Remove the battery or power cable. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. FG fault during normal drum operations. connect. connect.) Steadyshot function does not work well. Video head is dirty. (With yaw angular velocity sensor output stopped. Loading does not complete within specified time UNLOAD direction. Condensation.) E 6 2 0 0 E 6 2 0 1 1-4E . and perform operations from the beginning. Loading does not complete within specified time T reel side tape slacking when unloading. Mechanical position fault. Self-diagnosis Code Table Self-diagnosis Code Repaired by: Block Detailed Function Code 0 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 9 9 9 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 0 0 2 7 8 9 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 0 0 2 7 8 9 Symptom/State Correction C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C Non-standard battery is used. connect.DSR-PDD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-4-3. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. and perform operations from the beginning. UNLOAD direction loading motor time-out. FG fault when starting drum. Load the tape again. Remove the battery or power cable. Winding S reel fault when counting the rest of tape. Remove the battery or power cable. Winding S reel fault when counting the rest of tape. LOAD direction. Remove the battery or power cable. and perform operations from the beginning. T reel fault. connect. Inspect yaw angular velocity sensor (SE600 of SE-147 board) peripheral circuits. Load the tape again. Remove the battery or power cable. and insert it again after one hour. Load the tape again.

JK-267 boards (for force eject of cassette and VTR section check) Mechanism deck service position-1 DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-13. Mechanism deck 2-11. (Upper) handle block assembly 2-4. MA-430D. XD-003. Cabinet (L) block assembly. 2-1. PD-217 boards. FK-088. EVF block assembly 2-10. RM-091. LCD section (HL-013. DD-216D. MA-430D. SE-147 boards. CD-512. Inverter transformer unit) HL-013. MK-016. XM-005 boards FK-088. XS-004. RM-091. VC-358D. Control switch block (CF-4980) Service position to check the VTR section 2-6. MS-209 boards. Hinge assembly 2-9. LA-028. LA-028.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY The following flow chart shows the disassembly procedure. Mechanism deck-2) 2-1 . CK-140 board 2-8. Zoom lens assembly [Connection diagram for service position (Mainly for voltage measurement and check)] (CK-140. VC-358D. KP-013. Battery panel block assembly (MK-016. MS-209 boards) 2-15. Cabinet bottom assembly 2-14. VC-358D. XM-005 boards service position 2-5. DD-216D. JK-267. KP-013. PD-217 boards service position 2-2. DD-216D. XD-003. JK-267 boards. Cabinet (R) block assembly CK-140 board service position 2-7. XS-004. Control switch block (PS-4980). EVF section (LB-100D board) LB-100D board service position 2-3. Center frame (D) assembly Service position to check the camera section 2-12. Mechanism deck. Lens block assembly. CD-512. Control switch block (ED-4980).

FP-196 flexible board 5 Harness (CP-094) (14P) qa Remove the three solderings qh Inverter transformer unit 1 FP-195 flexible board (7P) 7 -21 PD oard B 2 Two screws (M2 × 3).5). PD-217 BOARDS. lock ace 3 P cabinet (C) (D) assembly q. lock ace 3 Three claws 5 FP-196 flexible board (5P) 7 -21 PD oard B 1 Two screws (M2 × 5). INVERTER TRANSFORMER UNIT 4 Harness (CP-093) (8P) 6 LCD frame. lock ace qj PD-217 board qd PCB clip qf PCB clip qg Remove the six solderings 7 Two screws (M1. INVERTER TRANSFORMER UNIT) REMOVING THE PD-217 BOARD.5). lock ace qd Panel holder 7 Release the two claws and slide the indication panel block assembly in the direction of the arrow A. 2-1.7 × 2. lock ace 2-2 . BL retainer. qs Two screws (M2 × 3). lock ace q. lock ace 4 FP-195 flexible board (7P) [HL-013. LCD SECTION (HL-013. PD-217 BOARDS SERVICE POSITION] HL-013 board Indication panel block assembly (21P) CN007 20 1 Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) LANC jack 2 Claw FP-196 flexible board (5P) 7 -21 PD oard B FP-195 flexible board (7P) PD-217 board Inverter transformer unit AC POWER ADAPTOR 3 CPC cover CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) AC IN 1 Screw (M2 × 5). Screw (M1. HL-013 board 9 Release the two claws and slide the HL-013 board in the direction of the arrow B. lock ace qs Back light Cold cathode fluorescent tube 9 Liquid crystal indicator module (24P) 8 P cabinet (M) assembly 2 Two screws (M2 × 5). A 8 Indication panel block assembly 6 FP-205 flexible board (21P) B qa Screw (M2 × 3).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P NOTE: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.7 × 2.

EVF SECTION (LB-100D BOARD) 2 EVF rear cabinet assembly 4 EVF front cabinet (upper) 1 Push the lock knob in the direction of the arrow A and remove the EVF rear cabinet assembly in the direction of the arrow B. Light interception sheet 8 Prism sheet 7 Illuminator 5 Lamp guide (20) 6 LB-100D board [LB-100D BOARD SERVICE POSITION] Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) LCD holder assembly LB-100D board CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) LANC jack AC POWER ADAPTOR AC IN 2-3 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2. B 6 A 3 Two tapping screws (M1.7 × 8) 5 EVF front cabinet (lower) assembly REMOVING THE LB-100D BOARD 2 LCD (LCX033APA-1)(16P) 9 LCD (LCX033APA-1) 4 Two claws 1 FP-193 flexible board (27P) qs LCD holder assembly 3 Two claws qa LCD cushion q.

lock ace 6 Tilt down the finder. lock ace 5 Screw (M2 × 5). lock ace 3 Screw (M2 × 5). 7 8 FP-895 flexible board (40P) 2-4 . 2 Two screws (M2 × 5).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3. (UPPER) HANDLE BLOCK ASSEMBLY 9 (Upper) handle block assembly 4 Tilt up the finder. lock ace 1 Two screws (M2 × 5).

spring bolt 8 FK frame assembly qd MA-430D board 7 Screw (M2. RM-091. FK-088. PRECAUTION DURING INSTALLATION 2-5 . RM-091 board 4 Ferrite core 2 Sheet 7 FK-088 board 6 Four screws (M2 × 3).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-4. DD bracket 4 Two screws (M2 × 5).6) 8 Cable holder 6 Four screws (M2. Handle (D) assembly qa Handle cabinet (R) 1 Two screws (B3 ×10) qd Screw (M2 × 3). spring bolt 2 Four tapping screws (B2 × 5) qs FP-897 flexible board (21P) 6 XZ-003 board 8 Two claws 9 RM fixed holder assembly 3 Tapping screw (B2 × 5) qa Screw (M2 × 3). lock ace 5 RM-091 board (7P) 7 Tapping screw (B2 × 5) q. lock ace 9 Cabinet (upper) 5 Three screws (M2 × 5). XD-003. 9 5 Two FP-217 flexible boards (16P) 0 XM-005 board. MA-430D. FP-897 flexible board When installing it. XLR sheet metal A w.6) 3 Three screws (M2 × 5). XZ-003 BOARDS 1 RM-091 board (21P) 3 MA-430D board (23P) 1 Three screws 4 Handle cover (D) assembly (M2 × 5). lock ace Remove the XM-005 board and XLR sheet metal in the direction of the arrow. align the five switch positions as arrow. XM-005. lock ace qj SW insulated plate qh Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) ql Handle cabinet (L) assembly qg Three Tapping screws (M2 × 5) qk XS-004 board. lock ace qs FP-218 flexible board (13P) A 2 Microphone holder assembly qf XD-003 board. XS-004.

MA-430D. XD-003. RM-091.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P [FK-088. XM-005 BOARDS SERVICE POSITION] MA-430D board FP-217 flexible board (16P) XM-005 board FP-218 flexible board (13P) XD-003 board XS-004 board CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) FP-897 flexible board (21P) XZ-003 board RM-091 board FK-088 board Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) AC POWER ADAPTOR LANC jack AC IN 2-6 . XS-004.

DD-216D. JK frame 5 DD-216D board 2-7 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-5. lock ace 4 Two screws (M2 × 3). MD frame assembly 4 FP-191 flexible board (60P) 5 -3 VCard o B 8D 1 Two screws (M2 × 5). lock ace 2 Screw (M2 × 5). lock ace 2 JK-267 board. VC-358D. DD-216D board. lock ace 6 FP-187 flexible board (50P) 9 Four screws (M2 × 3). MECHANISM DECK. Claw 8 JK-267 board (40P) 1 Screw (M2 × 5). VC-358D. lock ace 5 Flexible retainer 2 FP-895 flexible board (13P) 1 FP-193 flexible board (27P) q. lock ace 5 Three screws (M2 × 5). CABINET (L) BLOCK ASSEMBLY. spring bolt 6 Cabinet (L) block assembly (FOR FORCE EJECT OF CASSETTE) 4 Screw (M2 × 3). JK-267 BOARDS (FOR FORCE EJECT OF CASSETTE AND VTR SECTION CHECK) 3 Screw (M2 × 5). VC-358D board. MD frame assembly (FOR VTR SECTION CHECK) 6 Mechanism deck. EG grip 7 FP-186 flexible board (80P) qa CD-512 board (50P) qd DC-IN connector (3P) qs Battery terminal board (4P) qf Mechanism deck. lock ace 3 Screw (M2 × 3). spring bolt DD D 6 21 3 Two screws (M2 × 3).

address: 10. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. and set data: 00. Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) Mechanism deck CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) AC POWER ADAPTOR AC IN Cabinet (L) block assembly [SERVICE POSITION TO CHECK THE VTR SECTION] Connection to Check the VTR Section To check the VTR Section. address: 01.) 2-8 . Exiting the “Forced VTR Power ON” mode 1) Select page: 0. 3) Select page: 0. set data: 02.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P [MECHANISM DECK SERVICE POSITION-1] Note: Use the parts only which can be removed easily from outside of the mechanism deck. V B Co 3 a 5 rd 8 D VC-358D board JK-267 board Mechanism deck LANC jack VIDEO jack Monitor TV Cabinet (L) block assembly Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) Control switch block (CF-4980) (14P) (Connect here when cassette is going to be ejected. address: 01. Operate the VTR functions using the adjustment remote commander (with the HOLD switch set in the OFF position) (However. 2) Select page: D.) Setting the “Forced VTR Power ON” mode 1) Select page: 0. CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) Connect here when the tape path check is going to be performed. and set data: 01. set data: 00. address: 01. connect the cabinet (L) assembly when cassette is going to be ejected only. set the VTR to the "forced VTR power ON" mode. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. 2) Select page: D. and set data: 01. address: 10. AC IN AC POWER ADAPTOR DD-216D board DC-IN connector (3P) (1-794-637-11) FP-191 flexible board (60P) Insert the FP-191 flexible board in the opposite direction to the normal insertion direction.

lock ace 4 Cabinet (bottom) 2-9 . spring bolt 4 Two screws (M2 × 5).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-6. CABINET (R) BLOCK ASSEMBLY 5 Screw (M2 × 5). spring bolt 3 CF ornamental plate 2 Claw [CK-140 BOARD SERVICE POSITION] CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) AC POWER ADAPTOR LANC jack C Bo K-1 ar 40 d AC IN CK-140 board Cabinet (R) block assembly 2-7. lock ace 1 Screw (M2 × 5). spring bolt 7 Cabinet (R) block assembly 6 Two screws (M2 × 5). CABINET BOTTOM ASSEMBLY REMOVING THE FBS COVER 1 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) 3 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) 1 FP-189 flexible board (6P) 5 Cabinet bottom assembly 2 FP-189 flexible board 5 FBS cover 3 Tripod table 4 Two screws (M2 × 5). lock ace 2 Four screws (M2 × 5).

lock ace 2-9. BATTERY PANEL BLOCK ASSEMBLY (MK-016. Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) 9 MS holder assembly 8 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) A PRECAUTION DURING INSTALLATION When installing it. lock ace 7 Two screws (M2 × 5). Battery panel block assembly 8 Screw (M2 × 5). 3 Claw 2 Screw (M2 × 3). lock ace 6 Two screws (M2 × 5). align the switch position as shown. lock ace 7 MS-209 board 6 Two screws (M2 × 3). lock ace 5 Flexible clamp 2 -0 LAard bo 8 2-10 . lock ace 4 Screw (M2 × 3). MS-209 BOARDS) 9 CPC cover q. lock ace 2 DC-IN connector (3P) 3 Battery terminal board (4P) qs DC-IN connector qa DC jack retainer q. KP-013. 09 -2 MS rd oa B 3 MK-016 board 2 MK retainer A 1 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) 5 KP-013 board 4 Screw (M2 × 3). lock ace 2 -0 LAard o b 8 1 FP-190 flexible board (20P) 5 Screw (M2 × 5).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-8. lock ace 1 FP-193 flexible board (27P) 7 EVF block assembly 4 Peel off the area shown by shading. EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY 6 Two screws (M2 × 3).

spring bolt 5 3 Two screws (M2 × 3). EG grip 2 Two screws (M2 × 3). VC-358D. EG grip 8 Two screws (M2 × 2). DD-216D.LA-028. lock ace A 3 Three screws (M2 × 3). lock ace 6 Three screws (M2 × 3).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-10. MECHANISM DECK 1 Screw (M2 × 3). lock ace 1 Two screws (M2 × 3). lock ace 5 Flexible board (27P) (from VAP assembly) 4 Flexible board (39P) (from zoom lens assembly) 1 CD-512 board (50P) 8 -02 LABoard 4 Two screws (M2 × 5). lock ace 9 LD outer lid 7 MD frame assembly 4 VC-358D board q. JK-267 BOARDS. Mechanism deck A CB D 5 Two step screws (M2) DB qa Two screws C (M2 × 3). lock ace 2 Flexible retainer 9 LA joint 3 FP-188 flexible board (6P) 7 LA-028 board 28 -0 LA rd a Bo 8 Screw (M2 × 3). lock ace qd Two claws 58 -3 VCard Bo D DD D 6 21 (LA-028 board) 2 -0 LAard Bo 8 2 DD-216D board qf JK frame 2-11 . lock ace 6 Step screw (M2) qg JK-267 board qs Two screws (M2 × 3).

lock ace 9 Lens block assembly PRECAUTION DURING INSTALLATION When installing it. CENTER FRAME (D) ASSEMBLY qd Center frame (D) assembly 6 Screw (M2 × 3). Two screws (M2 × 4). and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. set data: 01. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. lock ace 3 CCD cover Lens block assembly Center frame (D) assembly 4 Screw (M2 × 3). Align the swich position. and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-11. FP-188 flexible board 8 Two screws (M2 × 5). lock ace 5 CJ-064 harness [SERVICE POSITION TO CHECK THE CAMERA SECTION] Connection to Check the CAMERA Section To check the CAMERA Section. address: 01. FP-191 flexible board (60P) Insert the FP-191 flexible board in the opposite direction to the normal insertion direction. lock ace qa Two screws (M2 × 3). address: 01. Setting the “Forced CAMERA Power ON” mode 1) Select page: 0. and set data: 01. 3) Select page: 0. lock ace qs FP-188 flexible board (6P) q. address: 10. 2) Select page: D. set data: 00. CD-512 board (50P) Flexible board (27P) (from VAP assembly) 8 2 -0 d A r L oa B DC-IN connector (3P) (1-794-637-21) Extension cable (J-6082-496-A) (50P) LA-028 board VC-358D board JK-267 board Lens block assembly D V B Co 3 a 5 rd 8 Flexible board (39P) (from zoom lens assembly) Mechanism deck Monitor TV LANC jack VIDEO jack Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) 2-12 . and set data: 00. Exiting the “Forced CAMERA Power ON” mode 1) Select page: 0. address: 01. set the CAMERA to the "forced CAMERA power ON" mode. AC IN AC POWER ADAPTOR DD-216D board FP-186 flexible board (80P) Insert the FP-186 flexible board in the opposite direction to the normal insertion direction. EG grip 2 Tapping screw (B2 × 5) 1 Screw (M2 × 3). address: 10. EG grip 7 Two screws (M2 × 5).LENS BLOCK ASSEMBLY.

7 Sheet (CD) 9 CJ-064 harness 3 Remove the sixteen solderings.CD-512. Control switch block (CF-4980) Be careful not to damage the control switch block's (CF-4980) flexible. and open the cassette lid. ZOOM LENS ASSEMBLY 4 Three tapping screws (B2 × 5) 5 SE-147 board 3 Flexible board (6P) (from zoom lens assembly) 9 Zoom lens (VCL-6012WB) 1 Three tapping screws (M1.CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PS-4980). CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) 5 Control switch block (PS-4980) 3 Control switch block (CF-4980) 1 Tapping screw (B2 × 5) 4 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) 2 Control switch block (PS-4980) (8P) 7 Four tapping screws (B2 × 5) 8 Slider assembly PRECAUTION DURING INSTALLATION Install the slider assembly while pushing the eject lever fully to the left (CCW). 1 Tapping screw (M1. 2 Prism cover 1 CCD heat sink 6 CCD emblem 7 Rubber foot (A) 8 Name ring 6 Prism assembly REMOVING THE ZOOM LENS ASSEMBLY 4 Ornamental ring assembly Rotate it in the direction of the arrow C and remove it in the direction of the arrow D.7 × 4) 5 VAP assembly 2 Two tapping screws (B2 × 7) C D 2-13. 5 Remove the sixteen solderings.7 × 7) 2 (CCD) flexible block assembly REMOVING THE CD-512 BOARD 8 Remove the soldering. Cassette lid Eject knob q. SE-147 BOARDS. 9 Two tapping screws (B2 × 5) Eject lever 2-13 . B A 3 Zoom lens assembly Rotate it in the direction of the arrow A and remove it in the direction of the arrow B. CD-512 board 4 Remove the sixteen solderings.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-12. 6 Push the eject knob in the direction of the arrow. q.

VC-358D. lock ace 6 SP retainer plate assembly 2 FP-197 flexible board (6P) 1 Control switch block (ED-4980) (6P) 8 Speaker holder 4 Speaker (2P) 7 Speaker 2-14 . LA-028.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P [CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERVICE POSITION (Mainly for voltage measurement and check)] CK-140. MS-209 BOARDS. qa Claw 9 FP-194 flexible board (5P) qf CK-140 board q. DD-216D. CD-512. MECHANISM DECK-2 AC IN CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) KP-013 board MK-016 board AC POWER ADAPTOR DC-IN connector (3P) (1-794-637-21) Battery panel assembly Battery terminal board (4P) DD-216D board B A Mechanism deck A B MS-209 board Control switch block (PS-4980) (8P) LA-028 board LA Bo-02 ar 8 d Flexible board (27P) (from VAP assembly) Flexible board (39P) from zoom lens assembly Control switch block (CF-4980) (14P) JK-267 board EVF block assembly Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) FP-193 flexible board (27P) CK-140 board Cabinet (R) block assembly VC-358D board FP-187 flexible board (50P) Lens block assembly CD-512 board (50P) Extension cable (J-6082-496-A) (50P) 2-14. lock ace qd Harness (CP-094) (14P) qs Harness (CP-093) (8P) 3 R flexible protection sheet 5 Two screws (M2 × 3). Align the switch position. KP-013. Seven screws (M2 × 3). JK-267.CK-140 BOARD PRECAUTION DURING INSTALLATION V B Co 3 a 5 rd 8 D When installing it. MK-016.

lock ace 5 Hinge cover (front) A 1 Two screws (M1. lock ace 7 Harness (CP-093) 8 Harness (CP-094) 2-15 .5). spring bolt 9 q. lock ace qs Hinge assembly A 2 Screw (M1. spring bolt 4 Harness (CP-093) (8P) 5 Harness (CP-094) (14P) qa FP-197 flexible board 9 Screw (M1.7 × 2.7 × 2. lock ace 8 Three screws (M2 × 5). 3 Three claws lock ace 4 Hinge cover (rear) 6 Two harness fixed tapes 7 6 Three screws (M2 × 3).7 × 2.5).5).7 × 2.5). HINGE ASSEMBLY Start the removal work after the LCD section has been removed referring section 2-1. 2 Control switch block (ED-4980) 1 Bright button 3 Blind door (D) assembly 2 Hinge lid 1 Three screws (M2 × 3).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-15.CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (ED-4980). Screw (M1.

CONNECTOR 2-16 . RS232C I/F. MS I/F. HI CONTROL. TG) XS-004 (MIC SELECT) INVERTER TRANSFORMER UNIT HL-013 (LCD DRIVE) CD-512 (CCD IMAGER) FK-088 (CONTROL SWITCH) SE-147 (VAP SENSOR) RM-091 (REAR REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) XZ-003 (LITHIUM BATTERY. XD-003 DC/DC CONVERTER. REC/PB AMP.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-16. DC REGULATOR) VC-358D S/H AGC. D/A. CAMERA CONTROL. TG. LINE A/D. REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER MA-430D (AUDIO AMP) XM-005 (MIC AMP) LB-100D (BACK LIGHT) CK-140 (KEY IN) PD-217 (RGB DRIVE. KEY IN/CONNECTOR MK-016 (CONTROL KEY) KP-013 (SELECT DIAL) MS-209 (MS CONNECTOR) DD-216D (DC/DC CONVERTER. RGB DRIVE/TG. VAP DRIVE. MECHANISM CONTROL. MS DRIVE. AU LINE A/D. LINE IN/OUT. CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS. DV SIGNAL PROCESS.CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION The circuit boards contained in the zoom lens are not shown. DRUM/CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE. SW) JK-267 (JACK BOARD) LA-028 ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE. LINE AMP. DV INTERFACE. STILL CONTROL.

FP-193 FP-897 FP-202 FP-895 FP-194 FP-190 FP-196 FP-189 FP-195 FP-191 FP-188 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (ED-4980) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PS-4980) FP-186 FP-187 FP-218 FP-217 FP-205 FP-197 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) 2-17E .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-17.FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION The flexible boards contained in the mechanism deck and that in the zoom lens are not shown.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS Link OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) .

VD.SUB 32 32 XSHD XSHP XRS 11 14 37 38 44 CLPDM PBLK CLP OB 48 1 2 14 B D0-09 50 99 51 90 HI SO.2 DETECTOR XM-005 BOARD CN200 48 47 49 MZ A.B Y PWM 58 57 44 48 HI SO.B OFFSET EN1 DIR 1A.B GAIN R. 16 SE-147 BOARD CH1 MIC 48V CH2 MIC 48V CN100 5 6 8 9 LA-028 BOARD(1/4) AUDIO SIGNAL VIDEO SIGNAL 3-1 3-2 .2 R.14-16 1-4 V1.V2B.0B 59 60 61 IC140 FOCUS A.1B 61 62 64 66 68 AGC CONT 1.V2B.SUB 18 18 SUB CN100 V1.RG. BLOCK DIAGRAMS ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. VC-358D BOARD(1/4) AGC CONT 1.H2.2 DETECTOR IC200 IC201 MIC/LINE AMP MA-430D BOARD (1/2) 23 FK-088 BOARD (1/2) 39 27 LA-028 BOARD (2/4) 2 CH1 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) (VC-358D) IC143 8.G.071 073-076 ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR DRIVE P PWM 56 55 45 64 63 ZM SPD SEL IC801 EEPROM H ZOOM AD 15 14 Y DRIV A.B FOCUS MOTOR DRIVE IC803 ZM RST SENS EVR 17 16 FC RST SENS 58 57 64 FOCUS MOTOR 36 38 39 FC RST SENS FOCUS RESET SENSOR 25 28 ND A.B GAIN R.14-16 1-4 V1.B.VD 70 32 11.2 R.V3 17 3 3 IC705 TIMING GENERATOR 47 SPCK 47 77 (1/18) IC701.V3 6 45 13 13 29 46 71 HD.B 22 23 1 11 40 X801 20MHz 41 16 6 (PAGE 3-3) SE601 PITCH SENSOR SE600 YAW SENSOR CN600 YSD OUT 3 10 8 CN050 PSD OUT 5 12 12 (2/3) IC200 18 PITCH/YAW SENSOR AMP PS OUT 43 44 59 MIC R CN300 IC300 IC301 MIC/LINE AMP IC302 2 7 LOW CUT AMP 5 CN301 14 3 CH1+CH2 XD-003 BOARD (1/2) CN401 7 SHOE UNREG 8 7 6 YS OUT 45 2 CN051 CN023 46 58 INPUT 2 1 11 16 6 CN101 S104 INPUT2 INPUT SLECT SW IC401 DC/DC CONV.B 24 25 INPUT 1 50 IC144 8.H2.H2.F1 1.V2A.H2.V2A.F1 1.- (PAGE3-7) VP LOCK DR 36 35 7 IC072 VP LOCK SENS 23 38 37 10 (1/3) ZOOM RING 3 5 MZ F0.RG 6 H1.G.SUB 29 47 47 DICHROIC PRISM 5 R 21 CN025 G CCD OUT 40 42 1 3 G 38 47 G D0-09 2 11 3.V2B.SI. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) CD-512 BOARD IC103 IC101 G-CH CCD IMAGER 8 3 1 35 35 31 32 11.C ND FILTER SW 27 29 CN050 ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR 55 57 59 53 66 68 63 65 67 60 54 56 58 EN0 DIR 0A.SCK (12/18) 50 62 ZOOM VR AD ZM SPD SEL H ZOOM AD ZOOM VR AD 2 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) P OUT 12 Y OUT 22 46 45 44 43 61 60 (2/3) 25 VAP LOCK 26 VAP LOCK DRIVE VAP LOCK +.B OFFSET (1/18) 7 19 (1/18) (2/18) (IC705)SPCK 38 Y0-Y7 45 IC704 S/H.SCK 35 (12/18) 14 15 66 (2/3) 4 3 2 P Y 21 20 P DRIV A.SI.AGC 28 IC706 A/D CONVERTER 26 36 R D0-09 79 88 IC771 CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS LENS BLOCK 29 C0-C7 36 49 HD.1B 62 63 64 ZOOM MOTOR M M 2 4 6 34 ZOOM A.B IC070.V3 25 25 IC105 IC100 B-CH CCD IMAGER 8 B CCD OUT 3 1 9 9 31 X701 27MHz H1.SCK (PAGE 3-3) 9 17 11.V2A.V2A.14-16 1-4 V1.0B 43 66 19 20 17 18 82 (12/18) IC802 CAMERA CONTROL 33 CAM SO.V2B.B (1/3) ZOOM MOTOR DRIVE 63 65 67 EN0 DIR 0A.OE 1 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) IC104 IC102 R-CH CCD IMAGER 8 R CCD OUT 3 1 19 19 IRIS 11 35 34 B 1 48 26 25 19 28 28 29 29 H1.13 XS-004 BOARD (1/2) IC202 2 7 LOW CUT AMP 5 CN201 14 3 CN102 1 21 MIC L (1/3) FOCUS RING 8 9 CN052 MF F0.13 2 S103 CN103 INPUT1 INPUT SLECT SW S102 INPUT1 REC CH SELECT CH1 20 CN1106 22 CN500 CN501 40 26 CN053 CN051 1 CH2 3 47 49 48 50 MF A.702 CCD V DRIVE 10 5 9 39 38 IRIS METER (1/3) DRIVE20 8 IRIS DRIVE 10 HALL AD HALL AMP 5 ZM RST SENS 22 1 7 41 42 (1/18) IRIS PWM 54 53 M H ZOOM RESET SENSOR IC141 HALL17 EN1 DIR 1A.SI.V3 40 40 43 43 44 44 H1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1.RG.RG.

DE 46 | 38 49 61 48 47 HI SO.SCK PANEL G 75 73 PANEL R PANEL B HD.SCK PANEL R.VD EVF G 67 65 63 Y 55 59 C EVF R EVF B (PAGE 3-8) 1 3 OSD CS OSD SO OSD SCK 71 105 • 106 VSP SO.SI.G.SCK 16Mbit DRAM SP+.375MHz 77 79 54-52 19 21 2 4 IC1406 EEPROM SPCK1(IC705) 6 (4/18) (17/18) (17/18) IC1412 SYSCLK 88 27 34 JID0-JID7 13 41 JPEG 2.DE 88 7 82 AFCK SYSCLK(IC1401) AFCK(IC903) SPCK(IC705) 196 48 170 8 | 20 • 19 HD VD 184 • 183 179 81 79 6 AD DT 6 38 37 G G C V 14 22 28 30 46 7 Y C 36 5 PB CK ATF ERR TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) (9/18) 10 9 (10/18) 63 66 34 J300(1/2) V VIDEO (7/18) (3/18) 20 | 31 1 129 13 D0-D15 | 111 38 48 A0-A8 97 | 106 CHARACTER GENERATOR 18 • 17 • 16 • 14 COL0 195 • | COL3 194 • 191 • 190 MC BUS FRRV.SI SCK (4/18) X1401 7.6 2 6 2 CN301 70 IC361 DV INTERFACE YO-Y7 Y0-Y7 1 CO-C7 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) C0-C7 HD.OE 79 C4-C7 9 2 4 Y0-Y7 208 11 13 15 18 22 99 97 REC CK REC DT 36 34 2 6 C Y Y 20 20 C 22 22 17 17 X1301 13.1004 CH1 J300(2/2) AUDIO CH2 CH2 CN301 9 9 CN006 CH1 CH2 CH1 51 17 CH2 16 9 46 25 CH1 2 7 0dbB -7odB ATT 8 5 3 12 2 DATA FROM SFD DATA TO SFD SFD BCK 109 DI.SI.TPB+.VD LANC SIG IC302 159 | 161 VSP SO.SCK 141 • 142 12 | 21 JID0-JID7 J303 LANC SIG/232C RD LANC 35 35 140 132 143 144 4 1 (16/18) IC1003 J302 HP L 26 26 HP R (HEADPHONES) 28 28 Q1008. SCK IC1010 15 D/A CONV. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) VC-358D BOARD(2/4) (3/18) SPCK SPCK ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.SO.EVF R.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.TRRV.G.CI 1 2 SHUTTER SOUND 7 5 CH2 55 19 CH1 CH1 12 12 1 3 CH1 54 AUDIO I/O 64 2 (16/18) IC1001 8 10 SP+.SCK 15 KASHAON 10 | A0-A10 | 38 4 (5/18) IC1410 MEMORY STICK I/F DIO SCLK BS 15 | CN023 31 30 33 31 30 33 MS-209 BOARD CN051 18 20 17 CN056 6 8 5 CN776 CN775 4 8 2 MEMORY STICK SLOT (17/18) D0-D15 1 • 48 X1411 20MHz 2 4 XTAL OSC SCK | 53 CH2 49 60 IC1004 AUDIO CHZ INPUT 23 14 15 CH2 (5/18) 17 40 IC1411 13 16 LA-028 BOARD(3/4) AUDIO SIGNAL VIDEO SIGNAL VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNAL 3-3 3-4 .- (16/18) IC1002 (16/18) VSP SO.OSD CS.VD.VD. A/D CONV.OE HD. CN300 DV Interface (6/18) 199 77 203 | Y0-Y7 207 211 215 3 7 17 HD. HI SO.B. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-2.9-16 58-64 IC1092 CH1 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) (LA-028) 1 10 8 3 IC1008 1 CH1 58 IC1012 (17/18) 2 7 CH2 0dbB -7odB ATT 5 (3/18) (4/18) 4 112 IC1401 DIGITAL STILL CONTROL (5/18) IC1005 EVR 14 IC1409 18 IC1408 16Mbit DRAM SYSCLK(IC1401) 1-13 38-48 28 36 3 ATT CH2 2 CN023 7 12 13 14 5 5 7 (17/18) 5-15 55-75 20-31 (PAGE 3-2) VSP SO.VD.TRRT (PAGE 3-5) IC1403 4 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) HI SO.HD.B.VD.SI.5MHz Y 18 26 IC1301 CK 25 83 78 24 | HD.576MHz (7/18) 45 L BUS 42 CN006 6 9 TPA+.SCK 96 51 141 152 153 156 133 132 127 TRCK LCK 47 79 29 MC BUS 37 FRRV.VD OE 62 21 23 200 202 206 212 216 6 8 213 68 1 | C0-C3 5 64 63 DV SIGNAL PROCESS 205 201 138 139 142 | 145 IC1407 37 60 DIGITAL STILL PROCESS | 51 IC301 X301 24.TRRV.TRRT JK-267 BOARD(1/2) J301 S1 VIDEO (PAGE 3-2) JK-267 BOARD (2/2) DATA TO SFD DATA FROM SFD SFD BCK IC1301 39 48 42 LINE IN LINE OUT AGC ACC Y C SPCK 68 IC903 A/D CONVERTER 59 Y0-Y7 52 49 C0-C7 42 204 | 87 214 86 | 83 80 HD.

BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-3.DRUM FWD. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.25 LOADING MOTOR DRIVE 28.SCK (13/18) 26 | 37 FRRV TRRT TRRV 106 | 108 74 | 76 68 DRUM PWM 53 52 47 48 LPF 1 DRUM ERROR 22 58 LPF PWM DRIVE 69 CAP PWM 56 IC402 (14/18) CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE 21.SI.DRUM START 48 63 DRUM FG 1 16.3 32 14.3 X501 20MHz 2 10 DRUM FG 83 11 DRUM PG 6 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) HI SO. CN007 FOR ADJUSTMENTS 3 2 RF MON C MECHA DECK (8/18) REC CK REC DT VC-358D BOARD(3/4) REC CK REC DT SWP IC102 40 42 REC/PB AMP 6 7 2 1 EVEN CN101 ODD 5 6 8 9 VIDEO HEAD (8/18) AD DT 6 AD DT 6 20 EQ A/D CONV.CAP FWD 2.6. PLL 34 ATF ERR 22 24 31 15 42 PB Y OUT 27 IC101 5 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) PB CK PB CK 13 (PAGE 3-4) 95 60 78 | DRP SO.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.SI.15 24 25 M902 IC501 MECHA CONTROL 115 45 46 CAPSTAN FG AMP CAPSTAN FG VSP SO.UNLOAD 26.22 M CAPSTAN MOTOR IC401 (2/2) 54 45 46 IC300 (2/2) SWITCHING 61 Q320 DRUM VS SWITCHING 38 37 11 IC401 (14/18) (1/2) DRUM MOTOR DRIVE 20.23.MODE SW D 14 D901 TAPE LED REC PROOF 3 5 | 7 XCC DOWN 4 C IN 19 | 16 S903 MODE SWITCH S902 4PIN CONNECTOR CN901 S901 16 VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNAL 3-5 3-6 .43 45.XDRP SCK SWP SWP MC BUS FRRV TRRT.19 17 | 20 7 | 10 11 | 14 CN020 M901 6 | 1 IC502 EEPROM 2-4 (14/18) CN021 CN450 CAP ERROR 18 (1/2) Q319 CN450 CN021 CAP VS 40 39 18.CHIME VDD XCC DOWN 117 DRUM FG AMP 64 (PAGE 3-8) DRUM PG 59 DRUM PG AMP 61 CN022 27 M903 LOADING MOTOR 49 50 LOAD.TRRV (13/18) 80 CN024 CAP FG CAP ON.46 23 54 TAPE END 34 TAPE END DETECT 35 8 9 T REEL SENSOR H902 53 TAPE TOP 37 TAPE TOP DETECT 36 12 11 S REEL SENSOR H901 96 DEW DET 21 Q901 TAPE END SENSOR 55 TAPE LED ON Q902 TAPE TOP SENSOR 44 REC PROOF SW 1 39 | 42 MODE SW A .24 M DRUM MOTOR DD-216D BOARD(1/2) 47 DRUM ON.CHIME SCK.22.SCK 82 81 116 CHIME SDA.30 | 24 M DEW SENSOR 114 113 TREEL FG SREEL FG 40 48 REEL FG AMP 42.

VB 22 24 27 PSIG 4 5 3 6 COM 23 7 15 LCD901 COLOR LCD UNIT HI SO.SCK 45 42 6 2 CN550 6 EXCUTE(DIAL) 2 CN056 28 27 BATT/EXT SW FAST CHARGE VTR DD ON 25 26 98 DIAL B 66 50 29 28 81 XHD XVD 1 48 1 S550 SEL/PUSH EXEC DIAL 1 DIAL A.6V Q2182 P UNREG BACK LIGHT DRIVE START/STOP SW (LOW ANGLE) (11/18) (15/18) 48 EVF R.5V D 1.B 2 4 COM 1 5 16 12 15 13 14 LCD903 LCD UNIT IC1802 RGB DRIVE FP-189 (FLEXIBLE) S501-503 FADER SW BACK LIGHT SW SPOT LIGHT SW 2 3 CN054 LA-028 BOARD(4/4) CN051 KEY AD2 29 KEY AD3 5 24 23 30 95 96 KEY AD2 KEY AD3 39 14 14 Q221.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.802 LITHIUM BATTERY (SECONDARY) 11 S1106 CUSTOM PRESET SW 13 SIRCS SIG 5 CN801 S J901 BATTERY TERMINAL 16 XZ-003 BOARD RM-091 BOARD AUDIO SIGNAL VIDEO SIGNAL 3-7 3-8 .8V AU 2.SCK FP-194 (FLEXIBLE) S001 AUDIO LEVEL SW (PAGE 3-5) 40 39 29 29 12 IC1102 VDD SWITCH 6 51 VDD 77 87 31 31 (15/18) RV800 CN009 ZOOM VR AD 3 S811 XPHOTO FREEZE PHOTO SW S810 START/STOP SW S812 POWER SW S806 EJECT SW X MODE SW XCAM+STBY SW PHOTO STBY SW 4 XPHOTO REC 5 XS/S SW 6 7 8 9 XEJECT SW 10 19 92 16 14 15 20 17 XPHOTO FREEZE KEY AD8 XS/S SW XVTR MODE SW XCAM+STBY SW HI SO HI SI HI SCK 33 34 35 XHD 9 9 XVD 11 11 CN251 12 12 CN2100 HD OUT 13 13 HI SO.SI.261 S001 IRIS SW 4 CN255 DISPLAY SW TC/U-BIT SW DATA CODE SW KEY AD5 36 36 X1101 20MHz X1102 32.B 27 28 97 DIAL A (11/18) KP-013 BOARD IC1803 TIMING GENERATOR 24 PWM 3 4 25 24 INVERTER BACK LIGHT DRIVE D201 BACK LIGHT 14 VR 2 8 LED K 14 VG 18 VB 13 VCO 15 XHD 12 EVF BL17 EVF BL+ CN007 FOR ADJUSTMENTS CN002 8 7 20 21 EVF BL 4.768KHz 98 40 41 52 53 97 S252.263 ZEBRA SW.TITLE SW.B 47 46 40 LB-100D BOARD 20 22 24 12 35 25 26 24 27 23 3 R. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (ED-4980) S002 CN250 IRIS DIAL 1 2 S251.XVD.8V 38 37 D 3.105 +48V SW SHOE ID1 9 13 22 8 CN053 9 S803.257.8V D 2.B EVF R.260.222 CN201 3 FP-188 (FLEXIBLE) S550-552 INDEX MARK SW FOCUS PUSH AUTO SW FOCUS SW 6 CN055 Q1102.D 82 83 DIAL C DIAL D KEY AD7 100 22 22 OSD SO. MEMORY MIX SW KEY AD4 34 34 PD-217 BOARD(1/2) 6 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) 20 20 PANEL R.SCK 48 49 25 EVF BL 4.804 T-W (ZOOM SW) S801 ZOOM SPEED SW S802 START/STOP SW 3 2 4 H ZOOM AD ZM SPD SEL XS/S SW SEL LI D1107-1110 3 1 2 4 5 CN501 CN502 12 4 2 1 3 20 19 IC1103 LANC I/O 10 12 SHOE UNREG (15/18) ZOOM VR AD H ZOOM AD ZM SPD SEL TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) SHOE ON 34 33 Q339 A 4.SCK EVF 2. MENU SW.VG.5V PANEL R.G.SO.392 93 KEY AD0 KEY AD1 IB SI IB SO LANC IN LANC OUT 1 2 HI.SP+.B 16 16 18 18 3 2 1 3 2 1 48 47 46 IC2101 RGB DRIVE 20 VR.G.G.6V 5 6 5 6 MT 5.SCK 35 35 37 37 10 8 10 8 46 45 42 1 48 IC2103 TIMING GENERATOR 15 19 22 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980)/(PS-4980) ZOOM VR 24 CN2104 2 4 9 PWM BL ON INVERTER BLOCK ND901 BACK LIGHT 41 41 XPHOTO STBY SW XEJECT SW OSD SI 12 LID OPEN LID OPEN SW 13 OSD SO 31 OSD SCK LID OPEN 44 45 46 4 3 2 SP+.B XHD.255.8V 36 35 TRF 2.SPOSD. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-4. VC-358D BOARD(4/4) (15/18) CK-140 BOARD(1/2) IC1104 HI CONTROL CK-140 BOARD(2/2) CN250 KEY AD7 5 4 3 5 4 3 PD-217 BOARD(2/2) CN2101 CN2103 6 5 4 6 5 4 HL-013 BOARD CN1702 1 FP-196 (FLEXIBLE) VOLUME SW LCD BRIGHT SW 5 S001-004 LCD902 CN1701 IC1701 8 7 LCD DRIVE 11 2 COM1-4 SEG1-16 LCD INDICATOR 30 21 FP-197 (FLEXIBLE) S002 PANEL OPEN/ CLOSE SW S001 PANEL REVERSE SW 2 CN256 S250.5V D 1.0V CAM 12V CAM -7V CAM DD ON 30 29 VTR DD ON 32 49 VTR UNREG 51 52 BATT UNREG BATT UNREG 50 41 49 FAST CHARGE 42 BATT/EXT SW 45 BATT SIG 44 CN021 43 CN450 4 3 46 31 50 VTR UNREG CN300 1 Q301 CN301 1 2 3 J902 DC IN (PAGE 3-2) IC1102 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER (REAR) 1 6 BT801.1V MS 3.8V EVF 13.9V A 2.262 KEY AD6 4 MEMORY FUNCTION SW 38 38 99 KEY AD6 XCC DOWN S256 RESET HI XRESET RESET 32 32 CN008 CN254 VTR UNREG 2 BATT UNREG BATT LI 3V 3 7 42 5 38 XRESET 18 KEY AD5 20MHz OUT 20MHz IN 32KHz IN 32KHz OUT KEY AD4 CHIME AD2 73 CHIME SDA CHIME SCK CHIME VDD XCC DOWN CHIME SDA CHIME SCL CHIME AD0 5 6 71 HSY 5 PSIG 4 COM 2 VG 1 CN2105 FOR ADJUSTMENTS CN252 CN1703 40 40 42 42 DIAL C.6V AU 4.G.6V 2 P UNREG RP 4.CS.253.G.6V MK-016 BOARD S001-005 AE SHIFT SW WHT BAL SW SHUTTER SPEED SW GAIN SW AUTO LOCK SW CN001 3 10 CN056 MA-430D BOARD(2/2) 5 14 16 FK-088 BOARD(2/2) CN500 LANC SIG 20 32 34 6 18 20 22 9 7 21 10 8 36 MOD 59 CAM DD ON MELODY SHOE ON SIRCS ENV CN200 IC221 20 80 70 4 HOT SHOE ID1 HOT SHOE ID2 26 XSIRCS IN 24 23 R391.259.SI.2V AU 8.SO.6V XD-003 BOARD(2/2) IC400 CN401 REMOTO COMMANDER RECEIVER (FRONT) 1 4 10 XS-004 BOARD(2/2) S500-511 VTR FUNCTION SW 94 (1/2) DD-216D BOARD(2/2) 4 TO OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) PANEL 2. DIGITAL EFECT SW.258.6V PANEL 13.SCK ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.1105 1 46 HI SO.254.- 1 2 IC1105 CN008 EEPROM 43 43 CN253 SP901 SPEAKER PANEL 4.8V PANEL 4.1V IC300 DC/DC CONVERTER CN100 CN103 17 5 CN1106 SIRCS SIG1 1 18 4 22 24 BATT SIG I/F 19 7 19 20 LANC SIG 11 CN023 10 11 3 1 2 4 CN004 LANC SIG Q1104 (PAGE 3-3) S100.

6V AU 4.5V PANEL 13.8V Q325 EMERGENCY DETECT L317 EVF 13.1V 16 (PAGE 3-11) 3 Q305 SWITCHING OUT8 OUT2-2 Q323 SWITCHING L309 -IN2 43 T301 Q308 SWITCHING 4 5 6 7 8 2 D312 RECT D309 RECT D311 RECT VREF 27 VREF OUT4 -IN4 56 37 1 CAP VS D313 RECT 40 Q333-335.8V (2/2) 34 24 D 1.5V DRUM VS R391.8V L303 L307 L306 MS 3.324 MT 5.328.5V 20 PANEL 4.6V 55 Q344.0V 8V REG Q326. 339 43 INIT CHARGE ON 27 VTR DD ON 31 CAM DD ON 29 F300 FAST CHARGE 42 BATT/XEXT SW 45 Q300.5V 8 7 +IN8 -IN8 OUT2-1 50 51 L305 L312 L314 L315 26 D 2.349. 307 D308 T300 EMERGENCY DETECT DC/DC CONVERTER SHOE ON IC300 (1/2) 5 Q312 SWITCHING 6 P UNREG PANEL 2.5V A 2.8V 47 AU 2.5V REG D 1.1V D 3.6V 7 46 8 D307 RECT 49 4 1 2 3 D305 RECT 60 VDD(0)123 VDD(0)567 -IN3 40 57 VSS(0)1234 L304 L308 D 1.5V REG L318 22 D 3.336 +IN6 18 Q311 SWITCHING L301 CAP ERROR 21 36 EVF 2.6V 19 5 D306 RECT 55 2 VCC(0)1234 VCC(0)5678 OUT7-1 OUT7-2 -IN7 64 1 13 Q321 SWITCHING 28 VCC 30 Q313 SWITCHING AU 4.338 CAM -7V -7V REG 46 DRUM VS 38 CAP ERROR 33 34 35 VB RT CT COMP 11 3 Q309 SWITCHING L302 L316 L311 DRUM ERROR PANEL 4.8V Q306.8V EVF 13.0V A 2. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3) DD-216D BOARD SHOE UNREG J901 BATTERY TERMINAL CN300 1 BATT UNREG DCPACK SW Q329.5V RP 4.9V 51 53 D 1.6V RP 4.337 13.8V PANEL 2.2V REG F301 BATT UNREG 49 Q315-317.392 EVF BL23 EVF BL+ 25 OUT5-1 OUT5-2 58 59 Q320 SWITCHING CN450 DRUM ERROR +IN5 22 16 3-9 3-10 .8V AU 8.6V EVF BL 4.6V A 4.8 CTL7 -IN1 47 48 Q318 SWITCHING L313 L310 44 Q310 SWITCHING 13 L300 CAP VS 15 CAM 12V CAM -7V MS 3.6V 48 OUT1-1 OUT1-2 VTR DD ON 29 30 CTL1-6. CHARGE INH 44 SHOE ON 33 BATT SIG S 2 3 4 BATT SIG 50 52 35 VTR UNREG SHOE UNREG INIT CHARGE ON BATT FET ON CHARGE INH TRF 2. 301 Q302-304 CHARGE SWITCH F305 F304 J902 DC IN 1 2 BATT/XEXT 3 CN301 37 ACV UNREG F302 F303 5.8V 28 1 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) (VC-358D) AMP IC301 Q314 SWITCHING IC301 32 D 2.348. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-5.1V 14 Q319 SWITCHING OUT6-1 OUT6-2 61 62 AU 8.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.8V 39 41 A 4.332.9V VSS(0)567 OUT3-1 OUT3-2 53 54 Q322 SWITCHING L319 Q340.2V 54 56 MT 5.1V 17 PANEL 13.2V BATT UNREG ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.8V AU 2.8V EVF 2.351 CAM 12V 12V REG 18 TRF 2.331.341 1.6V Q327.

1108 CHIME VDD CN024 7 CN901 4PIN CONNECTOR H901. D 2.8V 5 6 18 Q1011 REG VTR UNREG PANEL 4.6V 6 BTT LI 3V CN251 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(ED-4980) PANEL 13.6V 75 MT 5.8V MS 3.8V 27 31 33 AU 2.0V 15 IC903 A/D CONV.6V D 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.8V FB706 (14/18) (14/18) MR VCC IC401 13 25 MR VCC HE VCC DRUM ERROR 52 54 11 DRUM MOTOR DRIVE DRUM FG.6V 17 20 21 16 Q1104 CN006 BATT SIG 32 32 CN301 HI CONTROL ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.6V 19 20 (16/18) (16/18) (17/18) (17/18) IC1012 BUFFER TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) (PD-217) 2 IC1001 AU 4.5V 35 EVF BL24 EVF BL+ 26 RGB DRIVE IC1803 TIMING GENERATOR EVF 13.8V Q1007 FB901 L902 FB1301 EVER 3.6V IC1407 DIGITAL STILL PROCESS IC102 REC/PB AMP IC1402 BUFFER IC101 EQ.1V 13 EVF 2.8V FB704 8 8 12 12 CN100 16 FB1407 3-11 3-12 .1V FB1402 FB1406 FB1405 R1455 D 2.8V 17 L802 (12/18) CAP VS CAP ERROR DRUM VS DRUM ERROR 37 45 39 47 EVR L801 FB771 FB772 L701 FB707 Q402 SENSOR VCC R024 13 (12/18) (12/18) CAP ERROR CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE.2V IC1103 LANC I/O 1 UNREG POWER 4 BATTER IN DETECT 4 8 61 BATT IN BATT/XEXT XVTR MODE SW XCAM+STBY SW (15/18) VTR UNREG 49 51 12 Q1106 14 LANC DC VCC 8 XLANC ON XPHOTO STBY SW CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) IC221 BACK LIGHT DRIVE BACK LIGHT LED D201 (16/18) IC1010 CH1 ATT SHOE UNREG 36 38 SHOE UNREG IC1105 EEP ROM (15/18) CHIME PWR CONT 7 CK-140 BOARD D 2.1304 IC301 DV SIGNAL PROCESS IC361 DV INTERFACE IC302 CHARACTER GENERATER IC1003 AUDIO LINE OUT AMP (PAGE 3-13) D 3. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) VC-358D BOARD IC1104 CN021 CHARGE INH SHOE ON BATT SIG INIT CHARGE ON VTR DD ON CAM DD ON 30 FAST CHARGE BATT XEXT SW BATT UNREG 41 46 50 D1103 2 43 34 44 28 32 90 91 BATT SENS ACV SENS SHOE ON IB SO IB SI 81 49 48 I/F EVF VCC 11 INIT CHARGE ON RESET 3 D1104 53 55 D1102 7 REG 3 6 5 38 42 51 86 87 XRESET VDD FAST CHARGE CHARGE INH VTR DD ON CAM DD ON 25 29 28 50 47 66 14 15 20 CN009 MEMORY 7 8 9 OFF(CHG) CAMERA 2 D 2. S REEL SENSOR CHIME PWR CONT CAMERA CONTROL EEPROM CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS S/H AGC A/D CONV.8V D 2. A/D CONV.0V 14 14 6 CN250 CN252 CN008 7 5 LANC DC AU 4.6V 39 39 CAM DD ON Q701.6V LI (17/18) TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) (FK-088) 3 A 2.1405 48 48 AMP(G-CH) L106 CD-512 BOARD IC103 L100 CCD IMAGER (G-CH) IC1802 (11/18) EVF 13.8V 9 VTR UNREG BATT LI 3V 5 6 4 15 16 AU 2. IC1301 VIDEO LINE IN/OUT AMP L1301.2V D 1.8V 48 AUDIO I/O FB1002 L1001 IC1092 IC1008 ATT.1V D 2.6V 56 RP 4.5V L702 CAP_VS 18 22 TRF 2.8V 6 PANEL 13.702 CAM 12V MS VCC ON CAM -7V 38 38 Q1404.2V L402 L401 XREEL HALL ON IC803 IC802 IC801 IC771 IC704 IC706 D901 TAPE LED A 15 CN022 TAPE LED R424 CAM 12V CAM -7V (2/18) 14 16 (1/18) (1/18) C MECHA DECK RP 4.8V D 2.6V 21 A 4.8V 73 A 4.9V 52 54 A 2. (15/18) JK-267 BOARD LANC DC J303 LANC LB-100D BOARD CN200 CN201 LCD903 LCD UNIT (15/18) IC1102 (15/18) IC1101 REG MT 5.8V ZOOM VR POWER VCR 8 9 CN002 EVF BL 4.2V 78 80 CN023 70 72 D 1.8V 12 AU 4. CAP FG AMP DRUM VS T REEL.5V PANEL 4.8V L1004 FB501 (PAGE 3-13) (PAGE 3-10) SHOE UNREG AU 2. PLL IC101 FB1404 (5/18) (8/18) (4/18) (8/18) (4/18) L710 (1/18) (1/18) L104 23 23 IC104 AMP(R-CH) L101 IC1403 CN007 FOR ADJUSTMENTS 20 17 IC1409 (3/18) JPEG IC1408 (5/18) 16M DRAM IC1406 (4/18) EEPROM IC1401 (4/18) DIGITAL STILL CONTROL FB1403 118 IC1412 SHUTTER SOUND IC1410 IC1411 MEMORY STICK I/F IC102 CCD IMAGER (R-CH) IC705 TIMING GENERATOR (3/18) 16M DRAM IC701 IC702 CCD V DRIVE 34 34 24 24 L105 14 14 IC105 AMP(B-CH) L107 IC100 CCD IMAGER (B-CH) D 2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-6.8V 44 44 S256 32 32 RESET CN255 3 S002 IRIS DIAL P UNREG PANEL 2.9V D 2.PG AMP LOADING MOTOR DRIVE REEL FG AMP TAPE TOP.5V 23 25 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) (LA-028) 4 AU 8.END DET DRUM.AMP IC1005 EVR (17/18) (13/18) (PAGE 3-13) IC1004 CH2 AUDIO INPUT (13/18) IC502 EEPROM IC501 MECHA CONTROL 105 XREEL HALL ON CN004 D 2.6V 29 L1073 IC1002 AUDIO ADC&DAC L1002 1 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3) (DD-216) D 1.9V CN025 A 4.CAP ERROR AMP Q1109.902 IC402 EVF 13.1V (10/18) (9/18) (6/18) HE VCC M902 15 26 27 CAPSTAN MOTOR RP 4.8V VTR UNREG MT 5.6V L1803 FB1801 EVF VCC L102 MS 3.1V 40 42 (16/18) (7/18) (7/18) A 4.5V EVF BL 4.5V 10 10 L1003 6 P UNREG 7 UNREG 2 4 2 4 EVER 3.6V MT 5.8V 22 L1801 (11/18) (3/18) L103 L101 FB101 D 1.0V LIPPLE FILTER 14 VCC 36 D 3.6V 8 8 PANEL 2.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3.2104 VDD LCD901 ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.2V 13 CN500 2 2 CN103 CN1106 10 7 17 29 12 SHOE UNREG 12 13 25 26 8 9 4 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) (VC-358D) VCC (PAGE 3-12) 35 69 71 D 2.074 ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR PRE DRIVE L073 MF VCC 10 FOCUS RING (2/3) VAP VCC 11 CN052 ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR MS-209 BOARD (1/3) (2/3) LA-028 BOARD (2/3) 16 3-13 3-14E .074 L143 ND SENS VCC 32 L141 R187 21 CN050 FB140 L140 L070 L071 Q072.078 3 9 VCC 3 4 15 16 CN056 IC140 ZOOM MOTOR FOCUS MOTOR DRIVE IC070-072 ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR DRIVE VAP LOCK DRIVE CN776 MEMORY STICK SLOT CN775 IC075 IC076 P PWM Y PWM AMP IC073. RM-091 BOARD XD-003 BOARD IC401 D 2.8V 11 AU 4.5V 6 CN2100 L2103 L2101 L2102 14 P OFF CN2104 18 COLOR LCD UNIT D401 TALLY LED (FRONT) Q2102.8V 10 UNREG LI 5 6 3 D500-511 VTR FUNCTION KEY ILLUMINATION LED 7 CN502 S100 CH1 +48V 4 5 16 8 ON OFF LINE S103 MIC CH1 AUDIO SELECT MIC ATT ON CN101 5 4 8 9 14 13 S105 CH2 +48V 10 7 1 20 12 15 S104 CN301 CH2 AUDIO SELECT 12 13 L303 XLS 48V IC300 IC303 CH2 MIC/LINE AMP CN053 15 16 AU 2.8V 74 A 4.2V D 3.8V 5 PANEL 13.075 L072 2 Q077 MZ VCC ZOOM RING ND FILTER SW DRIVE + IRIS METER MK-016 BOARD Q076.8V 4 9 Q073. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-7. TALLY LED (REAR) D1105 CH2 MIC 48V CH1 MIC 48V CN401 R1125 XZ-003 BOARD SIRCS SIG SELECTOR 2 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) (CK-140) (PAGE 3-12) 4 IC2101 RGB DRIVE IC2103 R401 TIMING GENERATOR R408 IC1102 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER (REAR) D1107-1110 HL-013 BOARD 6 BL ON INVERTER BLOCK 7 5 1 9 8 7 8 9 13 5 6 P UNREG 7 EVER 3.6V 7 PANEL 2.1V MT 5.802 LITHIUM BATTERY (SECONDARY) IC400 R1121 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER (FRONT) Q402-411 DC/DC CONV.1V FK-088 BOARD MA-430D BOARD XS-004 BOARD SE-147 BOARD XM-005 BOARD Q200.2V 5 CN801 S803.0V 6 CN2101 CN2103 7 BACK LIGHT DRIVE 7 CN1701 IC1701 LCD INDICATOR DRIVE CN100 CN102 5 4 12 13 CN201 L203 XLS 48V IC200 IC203 CH1 MIC/LINE AMP 3 TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3) (VC-358D) (PAGE 3-12) CN501 D 2. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3) PD-217 BOARD PANEL 4.201 L200 R178 R186 L142 11 SE VCC 4 CN600 PITCH/YAW SENSOR (1/3) (1/3) (1/3) (2/3) IC143 FOCUS RING PHASE DETECTOR IC144 ZOOM RING PHASE DETECTOR IC141 IC142 IRIS DRIVE.6V 76 77 79 CN051 MT 5.6V 13 15 11 1 27 D 3. V REF IC200 PITCH/YAW SENSOR AMP LENS BLOCK Q140.8V 1 LI D 3.801 ZOOM SW ZOOM SPEED SW HANDLE ZOOM BT801.141 ZMFC SENS VCC 26 ZOOM RESET SENSOR FOCUS RESET SENSOR D003 ACCESS LED CN001 D 2.1V 23 MT 5.804.

8V KEY_AD0 40P 21P XS/S_SW(HAND) ZM_SPD_SEL LI H_ZOOM_AD UNREG UNREG XSW_LED_VTR XSW_LED_VTR CN500 23P 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 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 L(CH1)OUT R(CH2)OUT REG_GND REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET EXT_MIC_MONO ZOOM_MIC_CONT SHOE_ID2 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 AU_2.1V CN502 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 D_2.2V REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND L(CH1)OUT REG_GND SHOE_UNREG LOWCUT_ON_CH1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 CN501 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MT_5.1V SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.2V AU_4.1V SICS_SIG1 MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.6V A_4.2V REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 F_TALLY_LED SHOE_UNREG SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG KEY_AD3 MS_LED_ON EXECUTU(DIAL) SCLK MS_IN REG_GND VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED EN0 DIR_0A DIR_0B IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET D_2.2V MT_5. DIO VCC 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CN775 8P SCLK MS_IN DIO BS VCC VCC REG_GND REG_GND 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 FLEXIBLE CH2_MIC48V 9 8 7 6 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 F XD-003 BOARD CH1_MIC48V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.C XACCESS_LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 CN056 SCLK MS_IN DIO BS VCC VCC GND GND N.2V D_3.1V MT_GND N.1V SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.C.2V SIRCS_SIG1 J FP-190 FLEXIBLE 12 11 10 9 DIAL_B GND L(CH1)OUT R(CH2)OUT REG_GND REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET EXT_MIC_MONO ZOOM_MIC_CONT SHOE_ID2 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 K KP-013 BOARD CN1106 DIAL_B MA-430D BOARD GND SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG XCUSTOM_PRESET LANC_SIG TALLY_LED SIRCS_PWM D_3.6V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.8V F_TALLY_LED AU_4.8V AU_4.2V 40 42 G BS VSS 46 48 50 52 54 FLEXIBLE 44 (PAGE 4-3) CONTINUDE ON 2 6 CONTINUDE ON 20P LOWCUT_ON_CH1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 CN103 SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG F_TALLY_LED 58 60 62 64 66 68 FP-186 56 SIRCS_PWM REG_GND SHOE_ID1 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND MT_GND MT_GND 61 R(CH2)OUT L(CH1)OUT 63 65 67 69 10 11 12 13 14 15 D_3.6V .6V CH2_GAIN_HIGH LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 D ZOOM_B MF_GND ZOOM_A NDC NDA NDB P_DUMP_A P_DUMP_B Y_DUMP_A Y_DUMP_B NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC MZ_VCC MF_VCC TEMP_OUT TEMP_OUT VAP_GND PSD_OUT YSD_OUT Y_OUT P_OUT LOCK+ ZOOM_A- NC ZM_RST_SENS VAP_VCC ND_SENS_VCC LOCK_SENS_OUT P_DRIV_A P_DRIV_B Y_DRIV_A Y_DRIV_B FOCUS_A- FOCUS_B- FZ_SENS_VCC FC_RST_SENS LOCK_SENS_IN ZOOM_B- MZ_F1 MZ_F0 FOCUS_B FOCUS_A MF_F1 MF_F0 HALL+ SE_VCC PS_REF DRIVE- YS_REF LOCK- DRIVE+ HALL- BIAS+ BIAS- CN051 1 3 39P 80P CN101 REG_GND EXT_MIC_MONO SHOE_ID2 SHOE_ID1 AU_2.8V SHOE_ID1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID2 ZOOM_MIC_CONT EXT_MIC_MONO EXT_MIC_DET REG_GND REG_GND R(CH2)IN L(CH1)IN SPOT_LIGHT GND BACK_LIGHT FADER GND 19 27 20 28 21 29 22 30 23 31 24 32 25 33 26 34 27 35 36 37 38 39 M FP-189 FLEXIBLE 4 3 2 1 N CN055 6 5 AUTO GND INFINITY PUSH_AUTO GND INDEX 6P 40 FP-188 O 16 4 3 2 1 3 CONTINUDE ON FLEXIBLE (PAGE 4-3) SHOE_UNREG R(CH2)OUT F_TALLY_LED MT_5.1V LA-028 BOARD CN1001 6P N.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.C.8V F_TALLY_LED AU_4.2V 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 MK-016 BOARD REG_GND KEY_AD3 78 SIRCS_SIG I H_ZOOM_AD 76 SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG1 FLEXIBLE 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MT_5.2V SIRCS_SIG1 CN054 6 5 N.6V REG_GND REG_GND 4 6 27P 5 7 16P 8 10 12 CN401 13P REG__GND 13 12 11 10 1 2 3 4 CN052 CN050 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 E CN100 REG__GND REG__GND REG__GND F_TALLY_LED CH2_MIC48V CH1_MIC48V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.C XACCESS_LED KEY_AD3 D_2.8V A_4.6V LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 13 14 15 16 17 18 26 SHOE_UNREG 12 MT_GND MT_GND GND MT_5.8V LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID1 ZOOM_MIC_CONT SHOE_ID2 EXT_MIC_DET EXT_MIC_MONO REG_GND REG_GND L(CH1)OUT R(CH2)OUT FLEXIBLE FP-895 L 20 21 22 23 24 25 FK-088 BOARD SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 AU_2.1V 4 12 5 13 6 14 7 15 8 16 9 17 10 18 11 19 SHOE_UNREG F_TALLY_LED AU_4.2V 13P 14 16 REG__GND 18 REG__GND 20 F_TALLY_LED 22 24 26 28 30 32 SIRCS_SIG1 4 3 2 1 34 MT_GND 23 25 FP-218 MS-209 BOARD CN776 10P VSS VCC SCLK N. MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR INS N.8V CN053 8 7 6 5 CN550 6P 4 6 3 GND 5 2 EXECUTE 4 1 GND EXECUTE DIAL_A 3 2 1 DIAL_A GND GND GND GND 27P 20P 16 17 18 19 70 72 74 21P F_TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET XS/S_SW(HAND) 71 73 75 77 79 FP-897 ZM_SPD_SEL TALLY_LED REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND MT_GND MT_GND MT_5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.2V KEY_AD1 GND D_2.1V SIRCS_SEL1 SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG AU_4.6V F_TALLY_LED AU_2. REG_GND SHOE_ID1 SIRCS_SIG1 MT_GND AU_4.8V GND GND 80 D_2.6V H SIRCS_SIG1 (PAGE 4-6) 16P CN102 R(CH2)IN L(CH1)IN 2 CH1_GAIN_HIGH CH2_GAIN_LINE 4-1 4-2 CH1_GAIN_LINE CH2_SIG_OUT MZ_GND FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/3) CH1_SIG_OUT CH2_(-)_ATT CH2_(+)_ATT CH1_(+)_ATT CH1_(-)_ATT 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 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 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 GND GND GND 1 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 CH1_GAIN_HIGH CN201 CH1_GAIN_LOW CH1_GAIN_LINE REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND A_4.8V 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 LI LI D_3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SECTION 4 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1.6V MT_5.1V D_3. 6P AU_2.1V XS-004 BOARD 36 MT_GND 38 MT_5. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/3) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 CN100 1 GND H1B SUBB GND B_CCD_OUT GND V2BB V3B GND R_CCD_OUT GND VDD2R V2AR V1R H1R SUBR GND G_CCD_OUT GND VDD2G V2AG V1G H1G SUBG GND 50P GND H2B RGB VDDB GND VLB VDD2B V2AB V1B GND GND VLR V2BR V3R H2R RGR VDDR GND VLG V2BG V3G H2G RGG VDDG GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 16P 16P 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A LENS UNIT CCD IMAGER 3 CD-512 BOARD CCD IMAGER 5 7 9 11 13 CCD IMAGER 15 17 XM-005 BOARD 1 CONTINUDE ON CH2_GAIN_HIGH CN301 CH2_GAIN_LOW CH2_GAIN_LINE XLR_48V_CH2 CH2_SIG_OUT CH2_(+)_COM CH2_(-)_COM CH2_(+)_THR CH2_(-)_THR CH2_(+)_ATT CH2_(-)_ATT B SE-147 BOARD 6P 19 21 23 25 27 29 CN600 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 XLR_48V_CH1 CH1_SIG_OUT CH1_(+)_COM CH1_(-)_COM CH1_(+)_THR CH1_(-)_THR CH1_(+)_ATT CH1_(-)_ATT (PAGE 4-3) 31 33 35 PSD_OUT SE_VCC PS_REF YS_REF C YSD_OUT 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 10 11 12 13 14 15 2 REG_GND GND 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 38 40 42 44 46 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 FP-217 FLEXIBLE 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 FP-217 FLEXIBLE 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 50 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND CH2_(+)_COM CH1_(+)_COM CH2_(-)_COM CH2_(-)_THR CH1_(-)_THR REG_GND A_4.6V CH2_GAIN_LOW CH1_GAIN_LOW XLR_48V_CH2 XLR_48V_CH1 CH2_(+)_THR CH1_(+)_THR CH1_(-)_COM A_4.6V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.6V SHOE_UNREG TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG CTRL_B CTRL_A KEY_AD2 DIO BS VCC C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS EN1 DIR_1A DIR_1B D_3.2V MT_GND 1 9 2 10 MT_GND 3 11 SIRCS_SIG SIRCS_SEL2 LANC_SIG XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_PWM TALLY_LED SIRCS_SEL1 D_3.C.1V MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.C.

8V 37 XSW_LED_VTR 39 XSW_LED_VTR 41 FP-895 9 8 7 6 5 4 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-2) 10P 14P 11P 27P 27P UNREG UNREG LI XS/S_SW(LOW_ANGLE) 43 45 PHOTO_STBY_SW XCAM+STBY_SW XVTR_MODE_SW XPHOTO_FREEZE CN101 CN009 CN020 CN022 CN024 ZOOM_VR_AD XPHOTO_REC XEJECT_SW HALL_COM LID_OPEN TOP_SENS END_SENS MIC_VDD MIC_SCK HALL_VCC XS/S_SW DRUM_W DRUM_W MIC_SDA C_IN_SW DRUM_U DRUM_U MR_GND UNLOAD UNLOAD REEL_S- REEL_T- MSW_D HE_GND D_2.5V A_4.8V PANEL_13.6V SHOE_UNREG TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG CTRL_B CTRL_A KEY_AD2 DIO BS VCC C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS EN1 DIR_1A DIR_1B D_3.9V D_1.2V MT_5.6V D_1.5V AU_2.5V N.C.C.6V EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_GND N.5V D_1.0V TRF_2.6V EVF_2.8V AU_4.2V 2 4 6 8 40P 27P DCG/CLR HCK1 COM STB BLK D EN R G 49 10 B 1 37 38 TPA+ TPA- TPB- G B 35 36 COM RGT VSS VSS HST STB BLK VST DET N.C N.6V EVF_BL_4.9V RP_4.8V EVF_13.6V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 I FLEXIBLE 5 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-5) J FLEXIBLE 3 10 KEY_ADO 35 D_2.8V HE_VCC MSW_B MSW_A MSW_C CAP_W CAP_W CAP_W VHE(+) CAP_U FG_VCC CAP_U CAP_U CAP_V CAP_V CAP_V FG_VCC WHE(+) CAP_W WHE(-) UHE(+) CAP_U 2 1 XS/S_SW(HAND) REEL_T+ REEL_S+ MR_GND DRUM_V DRUM_V K 3 H_ZOOM_AD REC_PRF_SW SENSOR_VCC 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 YEVEN XEVEN YODD XODD YSDL GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND FG2 10 10 11 11 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 MSW_D 16 16 MSW_C 17 17 MSW_B 18 18 MSW_A 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 14 13 12 11 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 FG1 PG ZM_SPD_SEL XSDL VHE(-) DEW+ CAP_V UHE(-) LED_K LED_A LOAD LOAD FG 26 26 DRUM_W DRUM_W DRUM_U DRUM_U MR_GND UNLOAD HALL_COM UNLOAD REC_PRF_SW MIC_VDD MR_GND DRUM_V DRUM_V DEW+ YODD XODD CAP_W CAP_W CAP_W CAP_W GND GND 10P GND GND GND GND GND GND GND PG LOAD LOAD HE_GND YSDL XSDL YEVEN XEVEN FG CAP_U CAP_U CAP_U CAP_U CAP_V CAP_V CAP_V CAP_V FG2 SENSOR_VCC END_SENS MIC_SDA C_IN_SW TOP_SENS HE_VCC LED_K LED_A 27P FG1 FG_VCC MIC_SCK HALL_VCC REEL_T+ REEL_S+ REEL_S- REEL_T- L CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PS-4980) GND XEJECT_SW PHOTO_STBY_SW XCAM+STBY_SW XVTR_MODE_SW XS/S_SW GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EVEN CH VIDEO HEAD ODD CH FG PG CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) M 16 GND M S903 MODE SWITCH M M903 LOADING MOTOR FG PG M M901 DRUM MOTOR M902 CAPSTAN MOTOR FP-594 VIDEO HEAD FLEXIBLE C-MECHANISM FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/3) 4-3 4-4 FG_VCC 11P 27P WHE(+) WHE(-) UHE(+) VHE(+) UHE(-) VHE(-) 27 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 9 FP-191 .1V AU_8.1V MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.5V DRUM_VS CAP_VS FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR VTR_UNREG VTR_UNREG MT_5.6V EVF_BL_4.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. LCD_COM/XDATA XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD_PANEL OSD_SO XOSD_SCK N.2V 1 GND 27 16P CN007 20P 25 FLEXIBLE 4 CONTINUED ON F FLEXIBLE FP-187 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 (PAGE 4-5) 2 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-2) FP-186 G 43 45 VC-358D BOARD 8 9 H CN021 REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND MS_3.C EVER_3.8V PANEL_4.C EN C 33 34 XS_JACK_IN DCG/CLR EVF_VCC 32 XLANC_JACK_IN EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS CN025 50P GND H2B RGB VDDB GND VLB VDD2B V2AB V1B GND GND VLR V2BR V3R H2R RGR VDDR GND VLG V2BG V3G H2G RGG VDDG GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 CN300 4P TPA 4 3 Interface TPB NTPB 2 1 A 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 GND H1B SUBB GND B_CCD_OUT GND V2BB V3B GND R_CCD_OUT GND VDD2R V2AR V1R H1R SUBR GND G_CCD_OUT GND VDD2G V2AG V1G H1G SUBG GND LB-100D BOARD NTPA LCD903 LCD UNIT 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 VSS 1 VVDD 16 15 14 13 12 11 G R B 10 JK-267 BOARD HST DWN COM BLK EN STB HCK1 HCK2 RGT B 1 CONTINUED ON 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 22 24 26 LANC_GND/232C_TD LANC_SIG/232C_RD EVF_BL_GND AUDIO_L_I/O AUDIO_R_I/O CN301 HP_JACK_IN V_JACK_IN VIDEO_I/O HCK2 HP_R_OUT HP_L_OUT HCK1 VCK2 PWM LCH_DET S_C_I/O S_Y_I/O LANC_DC RCH_DET R TPB+ GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 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 39 41 43 45 47 40 42 44 46 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 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 FP-193 10 11 12 13 14 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 GND GND GND GND 9 EVF_BL_4.C N.6V REG_GND REG_GND 80P R(CH2)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_MONO SHOE_ID2 SHOE_ID1 AU_2.6V PANEL_13.1V D_3.6V D_2.1V BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW A_2.8V PANEL_4.C N.C N.C N.2V REG_GND REG_GND 60P REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND CAM_12V CAM_-7V PANEL_2.0V PANEL_G PANEL_B PANEL_R KEY_AD7 N.2V MT_5.8V EVF_BLEVF_BL+ INIT_CHARGE_ON CAM_DD_ON VTR_DD_ON SHOE_ON SHOE_UNEREG SHOE_UNEREG D_3.8V LI_3V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 CN006 CN002 E 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 10 9 12 11 14 13 16 15 18 17 20 19 22 21 24 23 25 27 29 26 CN003 28 1 30 2 31 33 35 37 39 41 32 3 34 4 36 5 38 6 40 7 42 44 46 10 47 49 51 53 55 48 11 50 12 52 13 54 14 56 15 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 58 16 60 17 62 18 64 19 66 20 68 11 70 13 72 15 73 75 77 79 74 17 76 19 78 21 80 23 CN004 13 12 GND 29 GND 31 11 KEY_AD1 33 13P 25 27 EVF_BL+ 9 LANC_SIG 7 EVF_VG 5 EFN_BL3 HI_TEST_A 16 GND 1 HI_TXD 15 EVF_VCO HI_RXD 14 EVF_VR HI_XRESET 13 EVF_VB REG_GND 12 XHD/PSIG 49 MC_F_BUSY 11 H_START 47 DRP_SI 10 TMS XCS_MC_FLASH XDRP_SCK DRP_SO 7 8 9 TCK TDI PANEL_COM CPC 45 39 41 43 CAM_TEST_A 6 GND 37 CAM_TXD 5 TDO 35 CAM_RXD 4 RF_IN/LANC_JACK_IN 33 CAM_XRESET 3 SWP 31 XDS_FLASH 2 RF_MON 29 MT_5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/3) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 4-3.8V BATT_UNREG D_1.C HI_XRESET KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 DIAL_C DIAL_D D_2.C GND GND GND N. HI_SO XHI_SCK NC SP+ SPNC REG_GND REG_GND 50P P_UNREG P_UNREG PANEL_2.8V AU_4.8V D_2.8V A_4.1V D_3.6V 30 CN200 (SEE PAGE 4-2) 40P 28 XTALLY_LED LED_ON/OFF CN201 27P 16P 20 VCK2 VST CN008 1 3 5 P_UNREG_GND P_UNREG_GND REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_XHD PANEL_XVD N.C DET VSS PWM VSS VST LED_ON/OFF XTALLY_LED EVF_VCC TPA+ TPB+ TPBTPA- FLEXIBLE 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 48 50 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND RGT HST VCK2 HCK2 HP_R_OUT LANC_DC HP_L_OUT HP_JACK_IN XLANC_JACK_IN XS_JACK_IN LANC_GND/232C_TD V_JACK_IN RCH_DET S_C_I/O S_Y_I/O LCH_DET LANC_SIG/232C_RD AUDIO_R_I/O VIDEO_I/O AUDIO_L_I/O CN023 1 3 5 7 L(CH1)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 F_TALLY_LED SHOE_UNREG SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG KEY_AD3 MS_LED_ON EXECUTU(DIAL) SCLK MS_IN REG_GND VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED EN0 DIR_0A DIR_0B IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET D_2.

8V AU_4.5V D_1.6V REG_GND REG_GND 60P REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND MS_3.8V 21P FLEXIBLE H RM-091 BOARD DD-216D BOARD 21 20 19 18 17 16 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND F_TALLY_LED D_3.1V D_3.8V D_2.C EVER_3.1V 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 XZ-003 BOARD I 5 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-4) FP-191 FLEXIBLE 31 33 35 37 J K 16 53 55 57 59 6 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-2) 4-5 4-6 FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/3) 5 KEY_AD7_S3 5 CN1702 F HARNESS 3 4 5P CP-093 2 FP-205 CP-094 5 CARACTOR DISPLAY .8V SIRCS_SIG1 XS/S_SW(HAND) H_ZOOM_AD LI REG_GND REG_GND 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 XS/S_SW(HAND) H_ZOOM_AD LI REG_GND REG_GND 2 DC IN 13 XCUSTOM_PRESET ZM_SPD_SEL 2 2 ZM_SPD_SEL 1 J902 14 TALLY_LED 3P 15 SIRCS_SEL1 7P D_2.5V PANEL_4.C REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND N.2V D_2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.0V UNREG UNREG_GND 8P XCS_LCD_DRIVER 32 LCD_COM/XDATA 34 XOSD_SCK 36 OSD_SO 38 KEY_AD7 40 EVER_3.5V DRUM_VS CAP_VS FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR VTR_UNREG VTR_UNREG MT_5.6V D_1.8V PANEL_13.8V PANEL_4.8V PANEL_13.0V 17 19 21 23 25 27 E CK-140 BOARD REG_GND XVD XHD N.8V LI_3V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 CN252 8P 30 PANEL_G PANEL_R REG_GND PANEL_2.C N.6V XHI_SCK XCS_PANEL HI_SO HL-013 BOARD SEG13 SEG12 SEG11 SEG10 SEG9 SEG8 FLEXIBLE 5 LCD902 D 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 HARNESS 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 7P CN2103 REG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 REG_GND 7P CN1701 SEG7 SEG6 SEG5 SEG4 SEG3 SEG2 COM2 COM1 FLEXIBLE PD-217 BOARD XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3. HI_SO XHI_SCK NC SP+ SPNC REG_GND REG_GND 50P P_UNREG P_UNREG PANEL_2.6V D_2.0V XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.C FP-195 FLEXIBLE 3 4 5 6 7 4 CONTINUED ON (PAGE 4-4) FP-187 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 CN2101 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.C N.8V 1 1 CN801 7P D_2.5V AU_2.9V D_1.8V BATT_UNREG D_1.1V AU_8.5V PANEL_4.C N.5V A_4.8V EVF_BLEVF_BL+ INIT_CHARGE_ON CAM_DD_ON VTR_DD_ON SHOE_ON SHOE_UNEREG SHOE_UNEREG D_3.2V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 CN301 19 21 23 25 27 29 20 ACV_UNREG 22 ACV_GND 24 BATT_XEXT 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 BATT_UNREG 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 40 DCPACK_SW 42 BATT_SIG 44 BATT_GND 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 2 1 XS/S_SW(HAND) ZM_SPD_SEL 3 2 1 J901 BATTERY TERMINAL 5 4 3 LI LI H_ZOOM_AD CN300 4P 3 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.5V N. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/3) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 4-3.0V 42 UNREG 44 UNREG_GND 46 48 50 KEY_AD7_S1 KEY_AD7_S2 7 8 1 2 3 REG_GND KEY_AD7 6 4 G FP-196 CN450 1 3 REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND CAM_12V CAM_-7V PANEL_2.8V EVF_13.6V XHI_SCK XCS_PANEL HI_SO REG_GND XVD XHD PANEL_15. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS A CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(ED-4980) FP-197 CONTROL DIAL FP-194 FLEXIBLE ND901 BACK-LIGHT FLEXIBLE LCD901 COLOR LCD UNIT 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 RGT/SLR 1 TEST2/SMON1 DUMMY_LAND BL_LOW BL_GND BL_HI B 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 NC REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND 1 PANEL_RVS PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE DIAL_D(EXP/IRIS) DIAL_C(EXP/IRIS) MENU/REC LEVEL EXPOSURE/IRIS 2.9V RP_4.0V TRF_2.0V PANEL_G PANEL_B PANEL_R KEY_AD7 N. LCD_COM/XDATA XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD_PANEL OSD_SO XOSD_SCK N.6V PANEL_13.6V EVF_2.8V PANEL_4.C HI_XRESET KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 DIAL_C DIAL_D D_2.8V PANEL_13.2V MT_5.C COM4 COM3 SEG15 SEG16 1 2 3 4 SP901 SPEAKER 2 SP- VDD DET C CN253 1 SP+ 2P CN256 CN2104 CN255 CN254 CN251 14P PANEL_B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 CN2100 PANEL_B PANEL_G PANEL_R REG_GND PANEL_2.1V BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW A_2.C.C.5V 14P 5P CN2105 VG COM GND PSIG HSY 1 2 CPC 3 4 5 (FOR CHECK) SEG1 SEG14 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 CN250 1 P_UNREG_GND P_UNREG_GND REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_XHD PANEL_XVD N.8V(DIAL) 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 DWN/SCKB VSS/GND 17 TEST1/COMCNT VDDG/GVCC VDD/SVDD WIDE/GCKB PSIG/PVID G/VG VST/SSP EN/SCK CS/GSPB HST/GCK REF/GPWCB COM/SMON2 SOUT/GPWC VCK/SSPB VVSSG/GSP CRext/PCTLB 6P 6P 5P INVERTER UNIT PANEL_UNREG UNREG_GND BL_PWM 24P HCK2/PCTL HCK1/GUD R/VR B/VB CN1703 21P N.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. FP-189 FLEXIBLE BOARD KP-013 BOARD (SELECT DIAL) MK-016 BOARD (CONTROL KEY) MS-209 BOARD (MS CONNECTOR) TO (2/2) FK-088 BOARD (CONTROL SWITCH) XZ-003 BOARD (LITHIUM BATTERY. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (1/2) Link CD-512 BOARD (CCD IMAGER) JK-267 BOARD (JACK BOARD) CK-140 BOARD (KEY IN) FP-194. SW) LB-100D BOARD (BACK LIGHT) HL-013 BOARD (LCD DRIVE) FP-195. STILL CONTROL) COMMON NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS WAVEFORMS . FP-205 FLEXIBLE BOARD MA-430D BOARD (AUDIO AMP) DD-216D BOARD (1/2) (DC/DC CONVERTER) DD-216D BOARD (2/2) (DC REGURATOR) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980. TG) LA-028 BOARD (1/3) (ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE) SE-147 BOARD (VAP SENSOR) LA-028 BOARD (2/3) (VAP DRIVE) LA-028 BOARD (3/3) (KEY IN/CONNECOR) FP-188. TG) VC-358D BOARD (2/18) (CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS) VC-358D BOARD (3/18) (MS I/F) VC-358D BOARD (4/18) (RS 232C I/F. PS-4980) RM-091 BOARD (REAR REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) VC-358D BOARD (1/18) (S/H AGC. FP-197 FLEXIBLE BOARD CONTROL SWITCH BLCOK (ED-4980) PD-217 BOARD (RGB DRIVE. FP-196.

REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER) XS-004 BOARD (MIC SELECT) XM-005 BOARD (MIC AMP) COMMON NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS WAVEFORMS . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (2/2) Link VC-358D BOARD (5/18) (MS DRIVE) VC-358D BOARD (6/18) (DV SIGNAL PROCESS) VC-358D BOARD (7/18) (DV INTERFACE) VC-358D BOARD (8/18) (REC/PB AMP) VC-358D BOARD (9/18) (LINE IN/OUT) VC-358D BOARD (10/18) (LINE A/D) VC-358D BOARD (11/18) (RGB DRIVE/TG) VC-358D BOARD (12/18) (CAMERA CONTROL) VC-358D BOARD (13/18) (MECHANISM CONTROL) TO (1/2) VC-358D BOARD (14/18) (DRUM/CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE) VC-358D BOARD (15/18) (HI CONTROL) VC-358D BOARD (16/18) (AU LINE A/D. D/A) VC-358D BOARD (17/18) (LINE AMP) VC-358D BOARD (18/18) (CONNECTOR) XD-003 BOARD (DC/DC CONVERTER.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

a and the Fig. • C: adjustment for repair. Refer to the mount table for each function.b (Picture on monitor TV) When indicating parts by reference number. 50 and tantalums.) 1. the necessary note is printed in each block) (For schematic diagrams) • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. capacitors. They are reference values and reference waveforms. the unused circuits may be indicated. Replace only with part number specified. b can be obtain. pF : µ Link V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics µF. • A: VIDEO SIGNAL (ANALOG) • A: AUDIO SIGNAL (ANALOG) • A: VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNAL (ANALOG) • A: VIDEO/AUDIO/SERVO SIGNAL • A: SERVO SIGNAL • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. • Chip resistors are 1/10 W unless otherwise noted. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. Connection Pattern box 95 cm Front of the protection glass 2. Because it is damaged by the heat. Example C541 L452 22U 10UH TA A 2520 Kinds of capacitor Temperature characteristics External dimensions (mm) • Constants of resistors.–) B LINE. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. ICs and etc with XX indicate that they are not used. please include the board name. (Measuring conditions voltage and waveform) • Voltages and waveforms are measured between the measurement points and ground when camera shoots color bar chart of pattern box. kΩ=1000 Ω. Yellow H Cyan Green White Magenta A B A=B Fig. unless otherwise noted. • Parts with * differ according to the model/destination. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor. (VOM of DC 10 MΩ input impedance is used) • Voltage values change depending upon input impedance of VOM used. Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of Fig. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. • Some chip part will be indicated as follows. 4-9 Red Blue B A . • Caution when replacing chip parts. In such cases. a (Video output terminal output waveform) Fig.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. • Signal name XEDIT → EDIT PB/XREC → PB/REC • 2: non flammable resistor • 5: fusible resistor • C: panel designation • A: B+ Line • B: B– Line • J : IN/OUT direction of (+. MΩ=1000 kΩ.

4 6.7/ P0 2.0/P0 RG R1.7/ P0 6 L101 C103 22u 16V B V2BG V2AG V3G V1G R101 4700 D 100uH C132 0.101.8/P0 RG 3 NC -7.1 VL NC R10.9/P0 H2 R1.DSR-PD170P/PD190P IC105 8 BUFFER IC105 AD8014ART-REEL7 IC100 IC100 R1.1u B H1R H2R V1R 27 V2AR C114 4.4 6.4 1 2 5 4.1 SUB VL -7.5/P0 VOUT G-CH CCD IMAGER 2 VDD2 GND V2B V2A VL2 1 V3 V1 4. IC102 2 V2B V2A NC 1 V3 V1 4.9/P0 RG R1. ensure that the receiver is not covered with dusts nor exposed to strog light.1 SUB -7.6 1 5 2 9 7 5 H1B 3 1 3 4 7 R9. • If the CCD imager has been replaced.3V P R102 5600 IC104 BUFFER IC104 AD8014ART-REEL7 R107 82 V3B V2BB 17 15 13 11 1k F IC102 R-CH CCD IMAGER VOUT GND GND 3 Precautions Upon Replaching CCD imager • The CD-512 board mounted as a repair part is not equipped with a CCD imager.7/P0 V3 R-0.5 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R-6.7u 16V A 3 9 R12. 2 3 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA Y Y/CHROMA C102 22u L100 16V 100uH B C130 0.DSR-PD170 PAL MODEL .6 1 5 2 IC100.1u B R-0.7/ P0 2.8/P1.1u B C133 2200p B R113 200k C104 4.1u B H2G B R112 200k 4 5 C112 4.102 ICX246AL-13:NTSC MODEL ICX247AL-13:PAL MODEL CN100 49 47 H1G 45 V1G V2AG 43 41 39 GND SUBG H1G V1G V2AG VDD2G GND G_CCD_OUT GND SUBR H1R V1R V2AR VDD2R GND R_CCD_OUT GND V3B V2BB GND B_CCD_OUT GND SUBB H1B GND 50P GND VDDG RGG H2G V3G V2BG VLG GND VDDR RGR H2R V3R V2BR VLR GND GND V1B V2AB VDD2B VLB GND VDDB RGB H2B GND 50 48 46 44 V3G 42 40 38 36 34 RGR 32 30 28 V2BR 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 RGB H2B V1B V2AB H2R V3R V2BG RGG H2G 2.2/P0 H1 R1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 1 CD-512 BOARD A CCD IMAGER XX MARK:NO MOUNT CD-512 PRINTED WIRING BOARD For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-89 for printed wiring board.5/P0 VOUT NTSC MODEL.4/ P0 R-6. handle it carefully like for the MOS IC.4/P0 V2A R-0.2/P0 H1 R10.1u B B 4-11 4-12 CD-512 .7u B R105 5600 2.7u 16V A C119 22u 16V B C120 0.5 3 6 GND 7 8 C110 4.1u B REC PB RGG H1G C131 2200p B C100 0.1 VL R6.7/P1.4/P1.3V P R100 5600 IC101 R106 1k IC101 R9.2/P0 H1 H2 5 C115 10u 2. carry out all the adjustments for the camera section.1/P0 VDD 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 GND R6.4 C118 0.3V P 4700 L105 100uH R111 82 R110 1k 4 2. When replaching this board. remove the CCD imager from the old one and mount it onto the new one.9/P0 H2 C IC103 BUFFER IC103 AD8014ART-REEL7 C113 10u 2.1u B R109 82 L106 100uH R-0.1/P0 VDD 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 GND R6.4/ P0 R-0.7/P0 V1 R-6.5/P0 2.7u B 37 35 33 31 H1R 29 RGR E 4 C101 0.4 C117 0.7u 16V A 25 23 21 19 R1.4/ P0 R-6.4/P0 V2B GND R9.1 SUB GND R12.9/ P0 9 R12.1u B R104 2 1 H 1 2 3 4 5 NC C108 10u 6.1 NC R11.1u B L107 100uH 200k RGB H2B H1B R114 C134 C135 2200p 0. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-2. In addition.5 3 4 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R-6.6 2.4/ P0 R-0.7u B V1B V3B V2AB V2BB V3R V1R R103 4700 (PAGE 4-45) C111 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.1/P0 VDD B-CH CCD IMAGER I 5 4 J 16 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 C109 4.7/ P0 L104 100uH R108 TO VC-358D BOARD(1/18) CN025 V2BR V2AR G C105 4. • As the CCD imager may be damaged by static electrictiy from its structure.4 R-6.

S0 01ZA8.2(TPL3) R310 XX LND302 D311 MA8075-TX 0 0 0 LCH_DET XLANC_JACK_IN AUDIO_L_I/O D309 MAZJ200D0LS0 LANC_DC R319 0 LANC_SIG/232C_RD RCH_DET AUDIO_R_I/O J303 0 0 XLANC_JACK_IN R317 R318 0 0 LANC_GND/232C_TD 24 XSJACK_IN 23 S_C_I/O 22 21 S_Y_I/O 20 19 V_JACK_IN 18 VIDEO_I/O 17 16 15 LCH_DET AUDIO_L_I/O 14 13 12 RCH_DET AUDIO_R_I/O 11 10 9 8 7 TPA R322 XX R323 XX 6 CN300 4P TPA TPA NTPA L301 100uH 2520 L302 100uH 2520 C303 0.S0 MA8082-(K8).GND JK-267 4-13 4-14 .2(TPL3) J302 (HEADPHONE) LND301 CH.2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8).001u B C304 0. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-93 for printed wiring board.2(TPL3) D314 MA8082-(K8).2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8).001u B D302 D308 D305 01ZA8.S0 D306 01ZA8.GND R320 0 30 HP_JACK_IN 29 HP_R_OUT 28 CH.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.2(TPL3) D R315 R316 R304 R305 J300 R306 0 0 0 LANC R307 CH1 R308 R309 VIDEO R301 R302 R303 0 0 0 V_JACK_IN VIDEO_I/O CH.GND LND300 D303 01ZA8.001u B R321 0 LND303 CH.001u B C302 0.2(TPL3) D312 01ZA8. JK-267 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 JK-267 BOARD A JACK BOARD XX MARK:NO MOUNT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y 12 13 Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL J301 C FB300 0uH S1 VIDEO Y S G G FB301 0uH CN301 40 39 38 LANC_GND/232C_TD 37 R311 XSJACK_IN S_C_I/O S_Y_I/O R312 R313 R314 0 0 0 HP_R_OUT HP_L_OUT XLANC_JACK_IN 33 XLANC_JACK_IN LANC_DC GND GND HP_JACK_IN HP_R_OUT GND HP_L_OUT GND GND XS_JACK_IN S_C_I/O GND S_Y_I/O GND V_JACK_IN VIDEO_I/O GND GND GND LCH_DET AUDIO_L_I/O GND RCH_DET AUDIO_R_I/O GND GND TPA+ TPAGND TPB+ TPBGND TO VC-358D BOARD (9/18) CN006 LANC_DC 32 31 0 HP_JACK_IN LANC_SIG/232C_RD 35 34 LANC_SIG/232C_RD GND 36 LANC_GND/232C_TD GND GND GND GND 40P B S C R300 0 D301 MA8082-(K8).S0 27 HP_L_OUT 26 25 D313 01ZA8.S0 D304 D307 D300 01ZA8.2(TPL3) DV Interface TPB NTPB 4 3 2 1 NTPA TPB NTPB 4 TPB 3 NTPB 2 1 D315 NSAD500H-T1-A NTPA 5 (PAGE 4-61) E AUDIO CH2 F G 16 C301 0.GND D310 01ZA8.

C XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA D (PAGE 4-17) FP-194 FLEXIBLE R268 22k REG_GND MENU/REC LEVEL REG_GND REG_GND NC + R259 1500 MEMORY – R262 3300 MEMORY DELETE R265 6800 E 7 9 11 13 F 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(ED-4980)/FP-197 FLEXIBLE are replaced as a block.SO 01BZA8.6V XHI_SCK XCS_PANEL HI_SO REG_GND (PAGE 4-17) FP-197 FLEXIBLE C CN252 TO PD-217 BOARD CN2101 THROUGH THE CP-093 HARNESS 8P XVD XHD N.C.5V N.0V PANEL_G PANEL_B PANEL_R KEY_AD7 N.8V PANEL_13.8V(DIAL) EXPOSURE/IRIS REG_GND REG_GND A XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN251 14P 3 PANEL_B PANEL_G PANEL_R 1 4 2 5 3 6 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 AD5 1 3 REG_GND PANEL_RVS REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_RVS REG_GND REG_GND 3 4 5 6 2 4 XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3. D254 01BZA8. HI_SO XHI_SCK NC SP+ SPNC REG_GND REG_GND 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 R251 XX D252 MA8082-(K8).2(TE85L) LND250 SEIDEN LND252 SEIDEN S256 AD6 P_UNREG_GND P_UNREG_GND REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_XHD PANEL_XVD N.C REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 RESET 15 17 19 21 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND N.8V EXPOSURE/IRIS REG_GND REG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 XX SEIDEN OFF 70 100 MA8082-(K8).C EVER_3. LCD_COM/XDATA XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD_PANEL OSD_SO XOSD_SCK N.C.C.C HI_XRESET KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 DIAL_C DIAL_D D_2.C R253 XX S252 S254 MEMORY INDEX R256 1200 MEMORY S257 S259 S262 MEMORY PLAY CN254 1 2 3 4 5 5P 5P REG_GND MENU/REC LEVEL REG_GND REG_GND NC 1 2 3 4 5 AUDIO LEVEL S001 R252 XX S251 DISPLAY R255 1200 S253 TC/U-BIT R258 1500 R261 3300 R264 6800 S261 CN256 DATA CODE R267 22k 1 2 REG_GND PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE 6P 6P REG_GND PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE 1 2 (OPEN/CLOSE) (RVS) S002 S001 AD4 R250 XX S263 R254 XX S255 S250 TITLE R257 1200 DIGITAL EFFECT R260 1500 S258 MENU R263 3300 S260 MEMORY MIX R266 6800 R269 22k ZEBRA REG_GND B TO PD-217 BOARD CN2100 THROUGH THE CP-094 HARNESS PANEL_2. CK-140 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 CK-140 BOARD KEY IN 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(ED-4980) S001 IRIS CN255 1 2 6P 6P DIAL_C DIAL_D D_2.2(TE85L) D255 01BZA8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-95 for printed wiring board.C N.2(TE85L) S002 IRIS DIAL DIAL_C(EXP/IRIS) DIAL_D(EXP/IRIS) 2.6V PANEL_13.2(TE85L) SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL G 39 41 43 45 47 49 H TO VC-358D BOARD(18/18) CN008 (THROUGH THE FP-187 FLEXIBLE) (PAGE 4-79) CN253 1 2 SP+ SP2P SP901 (SPEAKER) I 16 D250 01BZA8.5V PANEL_4.2(TE85L) D251 01BZA8. N.0V UNREG UNREG_GND 3 5 4 6 5 6 7 8 CN250 1 3 5 50P P_UNREG P_UNREG PANEL_2.8V PANEL_4.S0 D253 01BZA8.C N.2(TE85L) 4-15 4-16 CK-140/FP-194/FP-195/ED-4980 .8V N. So that these PRINTED WIRING BOARD are omitted.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

8 24 2. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.SO LED DRIVE 4.8 0 C2125 0.B DRIVE IC2101 CXA3289BR-T4 2.8 VB 1.7 Q2107 XX 2.8 VR R_DC_DET GND2/N.3 CN2105 1 VG 5P G XC.4 1.7 8 0 1.1u R2170 100k 0.8 46 15 2.5 XHD 0.1 40 41 WIDE/GCKB VDD/PCTLB HST/GCK HCK2/PCTL HCK1/GUD RGT/SLR POFF 2.3V TA A 2.8 32 1.6 1.1u R2119 68k R2122 1M D2102 1SV288(TPH3) C2116 0.1u CN2104 R2159 150k 24 23 22 21 D2103 XX 20 19 D2104 RD3.7 34 33 0 2.4 27 1.C GND1 41 20 VR C2120 1.8 LND282 48 13 XVD 2.8 42 19 0 43 44 17 J CN2101 8P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 CN2103 7P REG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 4 2.0V TG47 TG43 (PAGE 4-33) LND284 6 BL_PWM 7 R2184 0 R2185 XX Q2183 UN9112J-(K8).8V PANEL_13. 2 3 4 1 PD-217 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 L2105 XX 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 PD-217 BOARD A RGB DRIVE.5 R2144 100k 0 C2123 3.SAVE Q2111 2SD2216J-QR(K8).2u R2137 10 R2138 100 TG15 TG16 Q2105 XX Q2102 UN9213J-(TX).7 14 0.1u Q2109 2SB1462J-QR(K8).01u C2185 10u 10V TA P PWM LED C2186 0.9 2 2.5 10 2.7 13.8 28 1.8 47 14 4.8 TIMING GENERATOR IC2103 CXD3516R-T4 20 1.3u 25V TA A R2161 XX R2165 0 13.SO LND283 UNREG_GND BL_LOW Q2181.2 2 3 4 5 COM CPC GND (FOR CHECK) PSIG HSY 4 6 13.3V TA P C2105 0.8 42 19 4 6.7u C2128 0.0V UNREG UNREG_GND 3.5% R2139 R2140 XX XX R2153 0 43 C2103 0.8 29 6.7 27 26 25 13.7 2 XSH. R2166 10k 2.8 VCO C2134 XX C2136 XX OP_IN- E OP_IN+ R2127 0 R2173 0 Vcc3 15 C2108 0.4 XCS_PANEL XTG_SO XHI_SO XCS_LCD_DRIVER TO CK-140 BOARD CN252 LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.2u C2115 3.2 0 LND281 R2186 XX PANEL_UNREG DUMY_LND 45 16 2.9 5 0 6 1.3UM-T1B 18 17 16 C2133 1u 15 14 13 VVSSG/GSP CS/GSPB WIDE/GCKB HST/GCK REF/GPWCB SOUT/GPWC CRext/PCTLB HCK2/PCTL HCK1/GUD PSIG/PVID G/VG R/VR B/VB RGT/SLR TEST2/SMON1 TEST1/COMCNT COM/SMON2 VST/SSP VCK/SSPB EN/SCK DWN/SCKB LCD901 VDD/SVDD VSS/GND VDDG/GVCC COLOR LCD UNIT 24P 1.1u 2.C 14 21 1.1 R2152 XX TG24 R2171 XX TG23 TG22 TG21 R2172 0 R2127 XX C2121 XX F R2126 XX ± 0.7 1.01u R2147 0 2.8 0.G.SAVE 6.9 4 0.8 XP.TG XX MARK:NO MOUNT PRG BLK BGP FRP L2103 10uH C2114 0.9 33 0.6 D2181 PG1111R-TR (STARTER) PD-217 4-17 4-18 .8 R2113 0 0 2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.C Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.6 6 3 Q2112 XP4313-(TX).8 0.5 2 7.8 4 2.4 2.8 35 2.01u C2109 0.1u R2116 47k 4 TG15 R2146 0 3 2 1 R2118 22k C2111 560p CH R2177 XX R2178 XX R2125 XX R2179 XX R2180 XX R2148 10k 7.001u L2104 2.01u B 44 R2109 XX C2106 XX 45 46 1.5 C2137 XX 17 C2101 22u 6. R2134 10 R2136 10 TO CK-140 BOARD CN251 THROUGH THE CP-094 HARNESS PANEL_2.1 BGP PFRP VP P_DC_DET R_INJECT PRG BLACK_IN EXT_DA XVP.7 B_DC_DET 6.7 9 TEST/GPWCB TEST/GPWC TESTI/GND GND/TEST 0 NC/GSP INVERTER UNIT BL_HI ND901 BACK LIGHT 7 DETIN XWRT HDO HD BL 1 2.SAVE XP.6 2.8 9 0 10 0 11 0 12 TG12 TG11 TG10 C2181 22u 16V B TA C2182 0. • Refer to page 4-101 for printed wiring board of SE-147 board.7uH Q2106 XX R2154 XX R2160 820k I 38 23 TG43 R2149 XX R2157 100k 1.4 22 21 0 2.8 28 1.8 36 SH3 SH4 C2107 0.8 25 R2143 10k R2129 0 TESTI/VDD XCLR GND OSCO SHB SHA D2101 MA111-TX BGP PRG BLK FRP PFRP XHI_SCK XCSAVE C2132 XX XSTBY SHR SHG RPD OSCI R2112 470k 37 XCLP PRG SBLK FRP PFRP XSCK VDD/SMON1 XCS SO SI VDO/SMON2 XVD VST/SSP VCK/SSPB EN/SCK DWN/SCKB 2.SO RESET C2131 XX 13.6V XHI_SCK XCS_PANEL C_BG/N. Replace only with part number specified.2104 B-SWITCH C2130 XX R2114 XX VP 0.8 6.8 34 0.01u R2151 XX R2155 XX R2162 0 B CN2100 14P PANEL_B PANEL_G PANEL_R REG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 XHI_SCK 8 XCS_PANEL 9 XHI_SO L2101 22uH 2520 XCS_PANEL C2102 0.0 2.3 12 R2123 0 TG17 TG16 R2163 R2145 0 XX 9 8 7 6 5 SH1 SH2 SH3 SH4 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA R2115 2700 R2117 68k R2124 100k C2113 0.4 TG24 TG23 TG22 TG47 TG21 TG20 TG19 R2135 XX TG18 TG17 TG16 TG15 TG14 TG13 L2182 100uH L2181 4.5 Q2103 XP4601-TXE BUFFER SH1 SH2 H 2.4 31 1.8 0 2 5 4.3u 25V TA A TG14 C2124 0.9 XTG_SO 2.6 39 1.C XC.4 9 1.7 2.8 5 TEST/GSPB K R2181 4700 THROUGH THE CP-093 HARNESS (PAGE 4-15) 6 7 0 8 2.5V PANEL_4.SO BIAS 2.9 32 31 2.0 1. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.8 6 6.SAVE COM_DC N. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-97 for printed wiring board of PD-217 board.01u C2183 22u 16V B TA C2184 0.9 1 VREF 16 D R2110 XX 2.8 5 3 1 6.SO INV.C/GND OP_OUT 47 COM_OUT COM_IN R2174 R2175 0 0 48 13 C2110 0.6 4.3 6.8 R2182 1k VDD 0 Q2181 UN9214J-(K8).8 VG G_DC_DET 37 24 VB C2118 2.SO D2105 XX 38 C 39 (PAGE 4-15) 22 VG C2119 2.8 Q2101 XP4601-TXE 6.3 TG13 TG12 TG20 TG18 TG11 TG10 TG19 R2141 R2142 XX XX SH_R SH_G SH_B SH_A BIAS 3 2.4 LND285 DET M 16 R2183 100 4.2u 40 HI_SO 10 REG_GND 11 XVD 12 XHD 13 N.7 R2111 470k XC.4 30 2.SAVE XHI_SCK 1.5 Q2102.6 Q2182 2SA1832F-Y/GR(TPL3) 3.SAVE B_IN G_IN R_IN 6 5 IC2101 R.8 30 1.1u R2168 0 R2169 0 2.8 18 R2150 XX 12 11 10 C2135 XX 1 0.7 36 35 2.4 29 2.1 18 1.7 1.2u C2126 4.1 11 6.5 23 XVD XHD 2.SAVE Vcc2 FRP N.4 IC2103 R2158 6800 Q2108 XX C2127 0.4 7 1.7 6.5% C2122 XX F R2128 XX ± 0.01u 1.5 VR VG VB VP NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE PFRP Q2104 NDS356AP 13.3 2 3 2.01u 1.01u C2112 2.4 26 2.8 6.2uH C2117 82p CH F L2102 10uH R2176 0 C2104 10u 6.8 3 0.SAVE XSCK SI XCS Vcc1 TRAP_ADJ LPF_ADJ XP.4 8 1.2 BUFFER 2 5 1 3 C2138 XX 4 6.2182 SWITCH BL_GND L XCS_LCD_DRIVER TO FP-195 FLEXIBLE BOARD LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.

1 0.1u B C158 22u 4V P R156 470k 3 1 C146 0.22u B R0.1 5.47u B C151 0.2V MT_GND 28 (3/3) R0.4 K 16 FOCUS_A- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 12 C154 10u 10V A ZM_A ZM_B FC_A FC_B LENS BLOCK is replaced as a block.6/P0 0.7 0.1 R140 1k 3.1 R142 68k R143 68k R144 68k R145 68k R146 68k YS_REF YSD_OUT SE_VCC PSD_OUT PS_REF ND_SW1 MF_F0 MF_F1 MZ_F0 MZ_F1 C143 1u IRIS_PWM FB140 R159 22k R164 22k 10k R171 10k R172 10k 26 (3/3) 10k TEMP_OUT C141 0.01u B C159 0.7 SE602 XX R0/P0 R0.1u B R154 220k 0.2 C142 4700p B IC141 OUT3 OUT4 IN3IN3+ IN4+ IN4GND R168 47k ± 0.7 Q142 2SD2216J-QR(K8).9 3.2 1 C CN600 6P GND YS_REF YSD_OUT SE_VCC PSD_OUT PS_REF 1 2 3 4 5 L600 10uH OUT2 D140 MA2S111-(K8).5% R166 10k 1 2 3 C156 0.2 0 R2.SO 3. LA-028 BOARD SE-147 BOARD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 LA-028 BOARD(1/3) A ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE(LA BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE SE-147 BOARD VAP SENSOR 3 HALL_AD SE603 XX 10 (3/3) SE600 ENC03JA R155 470k R160 470k R161 1k R162 1k C148 0.9 0.9 0.7 IC143 BU9241FS-E2 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 (2/3) 2 (2/3) 3 (2/3) F0 F1 CTL1 VDD 2.1u B IC142 TA75S01F 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 R169 18k ± 0.1 C140 0.SO C601 22u 4V P C600 0.4 28 29 30 2.9 0.SO DRIVER R0.2 0.9 0.4 DIR_1B DIR_1A C152 0.3/ P1.1u B 0.1u B IN2+ Vcc IN1+ IN2- IN1- 2 1 6 IRIS DRIVE 3.22u B R158 15k B 2 4 2 R157 2200 XX MARK:NO MOUNT 1 YAW C147 470p B C149 0.1 0.1u B EN1 16 15 UPD16877MA-6A5-E2 OUT1B OUT2B OUT3B OUT4B EN4 EN3 IN4 PGND VM23 J NC ND_SENS_VCC NC FOCUS_A NC FOCUS_BNC FOCUS_B 31 32 33 FC_A 34 FC_A 35 FC_B 36 FC_B 37 ZM_B 38 ZM_B 39 ZM_A ZM_A ND_SENS_VCC 5 (2/3) IC140 ZOOM/FOCUS DRIVE PGND VDD IN3 14 (3/3) DIR_0B DIR_0A EN0 15 (3/3) OUT1A OUT2A OUT3A IC140 OUT4A PGND PGND VM1 VM4 EN1 EN2 IN1 IN2 R0.3/P2.2 R0.5/ P1.5% Q143 2SD2216J-QR(K8).22u B 2 2 11 (3/3) 4 IC143 4 IC144 FOCUS 0 7 FG MM GND DIR 7 FG MM GND DIR 8 2.7 R178 560 C167 470p B C168 470p B R181 1k R2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-99 for printed wiring board. So that there PRINTED WIRING BOARD and SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM are omitted.7 5 YS_REF YSD_OUT SE_VCC PSD_OUT PS_REF BIAS+ 21 (3/3) 4 (2/3) 22 (3/3) ND_SW2 ND_SW3 ZM_RST_SENS FC_RST_SENS ZOOM R177 56k 0 R185 56k 0 0 6 6 5 G NC GND R174 1k C163 0.4/P0 R150 1k R149 XX R152 2200 R147 0 1/10W C144 XX C145 0.7 24 0 23 22 0 5.4 5.141 SWITCH Q141 UN9213J-(K8).001u B IRIS_OFFSET R187 0 C157 22u 4V P L141 10uH D_2.7 R182 1k F0 F1 CTL1 VDD 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2.1 R0.1u B SE601 ENC03JB NJM324V(TE2) OUT1 R151 1M 7 6 5 4 3 2 C155 0.9 5 4 L142 10uH D_3.1/P2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.2 21 20 0 19 18 0 17 0 0 14 13 R0.1u B IC142 IRIS DRIVE C153 2200p B C150 0.7 IC144 BU9241FS-E2 R186 560 1 1 2.7 CTL2 CTL2 3 3 C162 0.9 C166 22u 4V P REG_GND IRIS_GAIN 29 (3/3) 9 (3/3) 4 2 0.7 2.6 R165 1k E R153 10k R163 330 C170 0.4/ P1.SO BUFFER R170 470 ± 0.7 1.7/P0 0.1 0.5% 0.1V L143 10uH 6 (3/3) PITCH 3 4 IC141 D R1.9/P2. 4-19 4-20 LA-028 (1/3)/SE-147 .7/P0.01u B R148 47k C164 470p B R179 R180 C165 470p B R173 1k 2.01u B R167 47k IRIS_COM F CN050 39P ZOOM_A ZOOM_BNC ZOOM_B NC ZOOM_A1 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 0 3.1 R141 10k Q140.8V 8 (3/3) 7 (3/3) 3 4 1 0.4/ P1.1 0.SO 0 R060 XX Q140 2SB1462J-QR(K8).1 0.7 C161 47p CH 9 10 H LENS BLOCK HALL+ BIASHALLNC NC DRIVEDRIVE+ ZM_RST_SENS C160 47p CH GND 10 9 8 GND MZ_A MZ_B MF_A MF_B 12 (3/3) I TEMP_OUT GND FC_RST_SENS FZ_SENS_VCC NDB NDA NDC GND ZM_FC_LED 13 (3/3) FC_A FC_B ZM_A ZM_B L140 10uH MT_5.

1/ P0 IC072 LB1830M-E 2.5% 29 (3/3) REG_GND C205 0.3V P L070 10uH R113 100k R5.1u B C079 4.2/ P0 R2.6V 27 (3/3) R2.1/P0 3.5% R4.22u B R096 10k ± 0.4 9 10 11 12 13 14 R112 1k R3.5/ P0 28 (3/3) 5 R5.1/P0 R5.1/ P0 8 R2.2/P0 IN1.1 C096 0.2/ P0 2 1 C094 10u 6.201 SWITCH R211 10k D_2.5% R099 100k ± 0.2/ P0 C082 XX R102 22k R098 100k ± 0.2V C078 0.5% R5.074 SWITCH VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON 18 (3/3) IC073 NJM324V(TE2) R2.078 SWITCH R2.5% Q074 UN9213J-(K8).5% R2.2 1/8W R5.5% C085 0.1u B C097 4.2/P0 4 3 P_PWM R092 100k ± 0.3V P NJM3403AV R088 47k ± 0.2/ P0 7 6 C093 10u 6.2/ P0 R2.2/ P6 C100 4.22u B R097 10k ± 0.5% R082 10k ± 0.022u B C206 0.3/P0 Q073 2SB1462J-QR(K8).4/P0 R1.1 R076 10k ± 0.047u B IC075-076 BUFFER Y_PWM 19 (3/3) R090 XX C077 0.3 0 0 VCC LO2 HI2 PS_REF OUT2 Vref2 C_RST 25 (3/3) .SO I R201 22k R202 22k L200 10uH 2520 R2.2/P0 OUT1 R2.SO SWITCH R120 10k ND_SENS_VCC 5 (1/3) C089 3300p B MF_LED 23 (3/3) G MF_F0 MF_GND TEMP_OUT MZ_F1 MZ_GND MZ_F0 MZ_VCC NC C073 6800p B 1 (1/3) R081 15k ± 0.SO R2.4/P0 4.5/P5.7/ P0.47u B 16 (3/3) 3 (1/3) 2 (1/3) D070 01BZA8.2/P0 R2.7/P0 R210 1k Q200.5% C084 XX C092 3300p B R4.022u B R1.3 Q200 2SA1588-OY-TE85L 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 R1.2/ P0 R2.5% C075 0.7u B C095 22u 4V P R3.022u B C207 0.7/ R110 P4.1V 3.2/P0 IN1+ R4.3/P0 L 16 R200 22k R203 22k C204 0.022u B Q201 UN9213J-(K8).2/P0 OUT3 C080 10u 6.0/ P0 0 8 9 R086 47k R2.075 SWITCH R3.2u B R070 820 ± 0.3V P 1 3 A_4.3V P R3.5% C074 6800p B 8 7 6 R083 15k ± 0.1/ P2.7 R2.4/P0 R1. LA-028 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Q070 R5.5% IC073 R2.3/P0 7 (3/3) J YSD_OUT YS_REF C200 22u 4V P C203 0.7/P0 VP_LOCK_DR Q073.0/ P0 6 B R084 4700 R087 47k IC075 TC7SET04FU(TE85R) R2.7/ P0.3/P0 C R072 820 ± 0.1u B R085 2.1/ P0 Q075 2SB1462J-QR(K8).7 R5.2/P6 IN2+ R4.SO 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 LA-028 BOARD(2/3) A VAP DRIVE(LD BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE R5.3/P0 R1.5% R095 220k ± 0.SO ND_MZ_LED D_3.3/P0 AM1 HO1 HI1 Vref1 PASS YS_OUT IC200 BEADS 24 (3/3) PS_OUT 4 (1/3) SE_VCC PSD_OUT IC200 UPC6756GR-8JG-E2 C_RESET LIB2 LIA2 AM2 HO2 K R0.7u 6.5% IC074 C083 XX R093 220k ± 0.2/P0 VCC OUT1 IN1+ GND OUT1 IN2- IN1- R111 47k R0.1 Q072.071 PROTECT R4.4/P0 R1.5% R077 100k ± 0.2/P0 IN1- IN2+ R2.3/P0 R1.6 5 D IC071 NJM3414AV(TE2) CN052 NC LOCKLOCK+ 27P 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 MZ_F0 VP_TEMP MZ_F1 MF_F1 MF_F0 C098 2.SO R4.6 R2.4/P0 IN1OUT2 IN2+ IN2- VCC 5 4 3 2 1 R2.3/ P0 R074 10k ± 0.3V P R3.2u B C099 2.2/ P0 17 (3/3) R075 10k ± 0.2/ P0 E LOCK_SENS_IN LOCK_SENS_OUT Y_OUT P_DRIV_A P_DRIV_B P_DUMP_A P_DUMP_B Y_DUMP_A 1 2 3 4 VAP DRIVE Q072 UN9213J-(K8).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.2/ P0 IC070-071 VAP DRIVE R078 10k ± 0.2 R119 47k Q076.4/P0 5 1 2 IC076 TC7SET04FU(TE85R) C088 0.2/ P0 5 R2.2 R117 1k R0/P5.2/P0 GND IN2+ IN2- R107 100k R109 100k OUT1 IN1+ C071 0.033u B 2.4/P0 IN1+ R2.47u B R2.1u B VCC R108 68k P_OUT Y_OUT R106 68k 1 2 3 4 H R2.9/P0 R1.4/P3.1/P4.7/P0 R0.5% R100 22k R101 22k C091 0.3/ P0 R2.2/P0 R2.0/ P0 C072 0. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-99 for printed wiring board.7u 6.3/P0 R1.5% R2.2/ P0 R2.033u B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 R0.5% R5.5% C081 XX R094 XX R091 100k ± 0.2/P0 R2.1/ P0.2/P0 IN2- R2.3/P0 OUT1 GND LIB1 LIA1 LO1 R1.7/P0 Q078 UN9213J-(K8).4/ P0 L071 100uH R2.SO 9 Q071 2SB1462J-QR(K8).1/ P0 R2.1/P0 IC072 VAP DRIVE Q076 2SA1588-OY-TE85L 5.1/P0 Q070.1 Q077 2SB1462J-QR(K8).2/ P0 R080 100k ± 0.5% 4 2 R1.5% R2.2 MT_5.5/P0 VCC OUT2 R2.SO L072 10uH IC074 VAP DRIVE R089 47k ± 0.5% R103 22k R104 22k R105 22k C087 0.6 1k 7 6 5 4 3 OUT2 R2.022u B L073 10uH R118 1k R2.0/ P2.OUT2 R2.2/P0 R4.047u B C090 0.1u B R0.SO MT_GND R115 10k R116 1k 0 1 3 2 4 7 R5.7 C209 47u 4V B R208 XX C211 47u 4V B C213 XX R205 R209 10k 1M C214 22u 4V P C215 0.2/ P0 F ACTIVE PRISM ACTUATOR Y_DUMP_B Y_DRIV_A Y_DRIV_B VAP_GND P_OUT VAP_VCC MF_VCC MF_F1 R2.2(TE85L) IC070 NJM3414AV(TE2) R071 6800 ± 0.7 R2.3/P0 R1.1/P0 2SB1462J-QR(K8).4/ P0 VCC OUT2 GND OUT1 VS IN2 IN1 VM VREF VCONT 10 C076 1u B C070 0.7/ P0 R114 10k 20 (3/3) 6 (3/3) OUT4 IN3+ IN4+ GND IN3- IN4- OUT3 8 9 10 11 12 0 13 14 0 OUT4 IN3+ IN4+ GND IN3- IN4- R2.2/ P0 R079 10k ± 0.2/ P0 R2.2/ P0 7 6 5 R2.7/P0 C201 22u 4V P C202 0.8V R0.1/ P2.3/P0 R1.5% 8 R2.5% C086 0.3/ P0 R2.022u B C208 C210 47u R204 R206 47u 10k 1M 4V B 4V B C212 XX R207 XX LA-028 (2/3) 4-21 4-22 R2.1u B R073 6800 ± 0.

C.SO D575 MA8082-(K8).SO D576 MA8082-(K8).6V SHOE_UNREG TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG CTRL_B CTRL_A KEY_AD2 DIO BS VCC C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS EN1 DIR_1A DIR_1B D_3.GND R050 XX 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 R051 1200 31 R065 0 33 35 ( TO FK-088 BOARD CN501 THROUGH THE FP-895 FLEXIBLE ) (PAGE 4-27) E S550 INDEX MARK D550 MA8082-(K8).C GND GND VCC VCC BS DIO MS_IN SCLK TO VC-358D BOARD(18/18) CN023 (THROUGH THE FP-186 FLEXIBLE) R062 XX R058 XX R063 0 R061 XX ( 12 13 (PAGE 4-25) TO MS-209 BOARD CN775 THROUGH THE FP-190 FLEXIBLE ) (PAGE 4-80) R064 XX 14 15 16 17 ( (PAGE 4-25) ) I 16 PB 18 19 20 4-23 4-24 LA-028 (3/3)/FP-188/FP-189 .2V MT_GND MT_GND SIRCS_SIG SIRCS_SEL2 LANC_SIG XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_PWM TALLY_LED SIRCS_SEL1 D_3.8V 8 9 10 11 H 79 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL XACCESS_LED N. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-99 for printed wiring board.SO S552 AUTO R054 6800 12 (1/3) 23 (2/3) 21 (1/3) R055 22k 11 (1/3) 0 26 27 MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 19 (2/3) 13 (1/3) 20 (2/3) 15 (1/3) 9 (1/3) 8 (1/3) 27 (2/3) 29 (1/3) 29 (2/3) 0 22 (1/3) MANUAL FOCUS FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS Q050 UN9211J-(K8).8V KEY_AD3 CN056 20P G EN1 R551 XX 14 (1/3) INFINITY DIR_1A DIR_1B D551 018ZA8.2V MT_5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 LND051 CH.GND R056 XX 2012 1/10W MT_GND 28 (1/3) 28 (2/3) B 1 2 3 4 5 6 GND FADER BACK_LIGHT GND SPOT_LIGHT N.C. C R575 XX LND576 CH.6V LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 AU_2.GND 71 73 75 77 7 (PAGE 4-25) TO MK-016 BOARD CN001 THROUGH THE FP-190 FLEXIBLE 7 (1/3) 7 (2/3) D_2.SO CH.8V SHOE_ID1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID2 ZOOM_MIC_CONT EXT_MIC_MONO EXT_MIC_DET REG_GND REG_GND R(CH2)IN L(CH1)IN 27P D577 MA8082-(K8).SO CN055 1 2 3 4 INDEX GND PUSH_AUTO INFINITY GND AUTO 6P 1 2 3 4 5 6 R052 1500 25 (2/3) 26 (1/3) C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 18 (2/3) 16 (2/3) 17 (2/3) 20 21 22 23 24 25 INDEX GND PUSH_AUTO INFINITY GND AUTO R053 3300 10 (1/3) 24 (2/3) F 5 S551 FOCUS PUSH AUTO 6 R552 XX D552 MA8082-(K8).2(TE85L) TO KP-013 BOARD CN550 FP-190 FLEXIBLE (THROUGH THE ) LND551 CH.2V FP-189 FLEXIBLE CN054 6P GND FADER BACK_LIGHT GND SPOT_LIGHT N. 1 2 LA-028 BOARD(3/3) A KEY IN/CONNECTOR(CN BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE LA-028 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 6 21 6 D_3.1V D_3.8V A_4.1V MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.8V AU_4.1V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG F_TALLY_LED AU_4.2V 80P L(CH1)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 F_TALLY_LED SHOE_UNREG SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG KEY_AD3 MS_LED_ON EXECUTE(DIAL) SCLK MS_IN REG_GND VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED EN0 DIR_0A DIR_0B IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET D_2.GND D FP-188 FLEXIBLE LND550 CH.1V (1/3) (2/3) MT_5.GND S501 FADER S502 BACK LIGHT R576 XX S503 SPOT LIGHT R057 XX 2012 1/10W 1 3 5 LND575 7 9 11 13 CN053 CN051 R(CH2)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_MONO SHOE_ID2 SHOE_ID1 AU_2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.6V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 REG_GND A_4.SO LED DRIVE 1 2 3 4 5 6 DIAL_A EXECUTE GND GND GND DIAL_B GND GND D_2.6V VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED EN0 DIR_0A DIR_0B IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET R066 0 R067 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 MT_5.

INS N.8V KEY_AD3 XACCESS_LED 6 5 4 3 2 1 D003 TLSU1002(TPX1. • Refer to page 4-105 for printed wiring board of KP-013 and MK-016 boards. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A KP-013 BOARD SELECT DIAL 6 TO LA-028 BOARD(3/3) CN056 CN550 6P 5 DIAL_A EXECUTE GND GND GND DIAL_B 1 4 2 3 3 2 4 1 5 7 6 S550 SEL/PUSH EXEC LND550 CH.C E F MS-209 BOARD MS CONNECTOR XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN775 TO LA-028 BOARD(3/3) CN056 THROUGH THE FP-190 FLEXIBLE 8P REG_GND REG_GND VCC VCC BS DIO MS_IN SCLK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R1003 0 R1004 0 R1002 0 CN776 10P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 VSS BS VCC DIO N.C. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS MS-209 BOARD KP-013 BOARD MK-016 BOARD For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-103 for printed wiring board of MS-209 board.2(TE85L) B THROUGH THE FP-190 FLEXIBLE (PAGE 4-24) C MK-016 BOARD CONTROL KEY XX MARK:NO MOUNT D CN001 TO LA-028 BOARD(3/3) CN056 THROUGH THE FP-190 FLEXIBLE 6P GND GND D_2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.C. SCLK VCC VSS MEMORY STICK CONNETOR G (PAGE 4-24) SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA H 16 SEIDEN_GND LND775 R1001 XX 10 KP-013/MK-016/MS-209 4-25 4-26 .S0 AE SHIFT S002 WHT BAL S003 SHUTTER SPEED S004 GAIN S005 AUTO LOCK HOLD R001 560 R002 1200 R003 1500 R004 3300 R005 6800 R006 22k (PAGE 4-24) N.SONY) Access S001 R007 XX LND001 SEIDEN_GND D004 MA8082-(K8).GND D550 01BZA8.

2V MT_GND MT_GND SIRCS_SIG SIRCS_SEL2 XCUSTOM_PRESET TALLY_LED SIRCS_SEL1 D_3.1V F_TALLY_LED REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND R501 XX R504 1200 R507 1500 R510 3300 R513 6800 S500 S502 S504 S506 S507 S509 S511 TO RM-091 BOARD R500 XX D501 D503 D505 D507 D509 D511 R502 560 R505 560 R508 560 R511 560 R514 560 R516 560 FK-088 BOARD CONTROL SWITCH XX MARK:NO MOUNT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D508 D510 B 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (PAGE 4-44) R503 1200 R506 1500 R509 3300 R512 6800 R515 22k STOP REW PLAY REC EDIT SEARCH+ EDIT SEARCH- C 17 CN501 XS/S_SW(HAND) ZM_SPD_SEL LI H_ZOOM_AD UNREG UNREG XSW_LED_VTR 40P 18 1 19 2 20 3 21 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 PAUSE FF SLOW AUDIO_DUB END_SEARCH D XSW_LED_VTR KEY_AD0 D_2.8V MT_5.1V D512 01ZA8.8V LOWCUT_ON_CH2 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 (PAGE 4-24) ) (PAGE 4-36) SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL ANALOG IN DV IN G 16 SHOE_ID1 ZOOM_MIC_CONT SHOE_ID2 EXT_MIC_DET EXT_MIC_MONO REG_GND REG_GND L(CH1)OUT R(CH2)OUT 4-27 4-28 FK-088 .8V LOWCUT_ON_CH2 SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID2 ZOOM_MIC_CONT EXT_MIC_MONO EXT_MIC_DET REG_GND REG_GND R(CH2)OUT L(CH1)OUT TO MA-430D BOARD F ( TO LA-028 BOARD (3/3) CN053 THROUGH THE FP-895 FLEXIBLE SIRCS_SEL1 SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG AU_4.2(TPL3) LND500 SEIDEN LND MT_GND LANC_SIG SIRCS_PWM D_3.6V F_TALLY_LED AU_2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.1V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG AU_4.2V MT_GND (PAGE 4-67) XCUSTOM_PRESET LANC_SIG TALLY_LED SIRCS_PWM D_3. 1 2 3 4 5 CN502 21P 6 7 8 9 10 11 A 1 ZM_SPD_SEL XS/S_SW(HAND) H_ZOOM_AD Li Li D500 D502 D504 D506 SIRCS_SIG1 D_2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS FK-088 PRINTED WIRING BOARD For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-107 for printed wiring board.2V TO VC-358D BOARD (12/18) CN004 GND MT_GND MT_GND S501 S503 S505 S508 S510 E R518 0 CN500 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 23P R517 XX ( THROUGH THE FP-895 FLEXIBLE ) SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG SIRCS_SIG1 MT_5.8V GND KEY_AD1 MT_5.6V F_TALLY_LED AU_2.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-119 for printed wiring board. XZ-003 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 XZ-003 BOARD 2 3 4 5 LITHIUM BATTERY. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.8V ZM_SPD_SEL XS/S_SW(HAND) H_ZOOM_AD Li REG_GND REG_GND TO RM-091 BOARD D801 01BZA8.SW A XX MARK:NO MOUNT (HANDLE ZOOM) S803 R801 10k W 1 2 1 S804 T 2 R804 10k R808 XX 3 4 3 4 B HANDLE ZOOM S801 HOLD L H Q801 XX 1 2 3 4 C R803 10k R806 10k CN801 1 R809 0 2 1 S802 2 3 4 7P D_2. XZ-003 4-29 4-30 . Replace only with part number specified.2(TE85L) D 3 4 5 6 R807 100 R805 100 7 HANDLE REC START/STOP D802 XX (PAGE 4-44) R802 XX BT802 LND801 CHASSIS GND BT801 E 16 LITHIUM BATTERY SECONDARY Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-111 for printed wiring board of LB-100 board.6 P0 R0.2u F 2 1 COM G R B BLK HCK1 LCD903 HCK2 HST RGT TO VC-358D BOARD (11/18) CN002 DCG/CLR EN STB VCK2 VST VSS VSS EVF_VCC EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_4.6 P0 R0.5% R225 1800 Q222 TRANSISTORHN1B04FE-Y/GR(TPLR3) 1 E R231 9.C N.5% R224 510 ± 0.1k ± 0.6V XTALLY_LED DET LED ON/OFF PWM N.5% 3 4 R4.5% TH200 XX R201 XX D200 CL-170R-CD-T (TALLY) 1 F 16 Q221 DTC144EMT2L SWITCH IC221 BACK LIGHT DRIVE .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.1u B R200 270 R232 15k ± 0.5% R230 IC221 180k NJM2125F(TE2) ± 0. LB-100D PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 2 3 LB-100D BOARD 4 5 6 7 8 A CN200 27P COM G R B 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 BACK LIGHT XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN201 16P R205 100k R206 100k R207 100k R208 100k 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 C222 2.5% R223 XX ± 0.4 P0 2 4 5 3 6 2 1 R227 39 ± 0.C D201 NSCW100-T39 (BACK LIGHT) C224 XX 10V P C221 0.Q222 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA 4-31 4-32 LB-100D .2 P0 5 VCC R4.6V HCK2 HST RGT DWN EN STB VCK2 VST VSS EVF_VCC COLOR EVF UNIT B BLK HCK1 C THROUGH THE FP-193 FLEXIBLE (PAGE 4-66) D EVF_BL_4.

5 1.5 (PAGE 4-17) 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 1.5 1.1 R1703 3300 FP-196 D S004 VOLUME- FLEXIBLE R1701 1200 R1702 1500 8 7 6 5 4 3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 SEG1 SEG2 C/XD 2 1 CN1702 S003 VOLUME+ 1 2 3 KEY_AD7 KEY_AD7_S1 REG_GND KEY_AD7_S2 KEY_AD7_S3 5P 9 KEY_AD7 KEY_AD7_S1 REG_GND KEY_AD7_S2 KEY_AD7_S3 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 XCS 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-113 for printed wiring board. 0 4-34 . So that this PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. So that this PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.5 1. HL-013 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 HL-013 BOARD A LCD DRIVE 2 3 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 FP-195 FLEXIBLE REG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 REG_GND XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 FP-205 FLEXIBLE is replaced as a block.5 1.S0 2.5 1.5 1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.0V 2 3 4 5 6 7 SEG11 21 COM2 20 SEG2 19 SEG3 18 SEG4 17 SEG5 16 COM1 COM2 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG1 SEG16 SEG15 COM3 COM4 N.5 2 3 4 5 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 SEG1 E S002 LCD BRIGHT- 4 5 F 16 S001 LCD BRIGHT+ HL-013/FP-195/FP-196/FP-205 4-33 SEG2 1.5 1.01u B OSC1 OSC2 VSS VC VLCD VDD SCK SO 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 C FP-195 FLEXIBLE is replaced as a block.5 SEG18 SEG17 SEG16 SEG15 SEG14 SEG13 SEG12 SEG11 SEG6 15 SEG7 14 SEG8 13 SEG9 FP-205 FLEXIBLE LCD902 CHARACTOR DISPLAY C1701 0.5 1.C 1.9 2.0V 1 COM1 CN1703 21P SEG16 SEG15 SEG14 SEG13 SEG12 B XCS_LCD_DRIVER TO PD-217 BOARD CN2103 LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.5 SEG10 SEG10 SEG9 SEG11 SEG8 SEG12 SEG7 SEG13 SEG6 SEG14 SEG5 SEG1 SEG4 SEG16 SEG3 SEG15 COM3 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 1.9 2 3 1 SEG9 IC1701 LCD DRIVE IC1701 BU9735K-E2 SEG8 SEG7 SEG6 SEG5 SEG4 SEG3 D1701 MA8082-(K8).5 1.5 1 SEG10 1.5 1.9 1.0V CN1701 7P REG_GND XCS_LCD_DRIVER LCD_COM/XDATA XOSD_SCK OSD_SO KEY_AD7 EVER_3.5 1.5 1.8 0. R1704 680k 1.

D_3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 MA-430D PRINTED WIRING BOARD MA-430D BOARD A AUDIO AMP XX MARK:NO MOUNT SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL CN1100 XX SIRCS_SIG1 SIRCS_PWM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 LANC_SIG SHOE_ID1 SHOE_ID2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG LANC_SIG SHOE_ID1 SHOE_ID2 SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_L SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND F_TALLY_LED CN1102 XX SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG LANC_SIG SHOE_ID1 SHOE_ID2 SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_GND SHOE_MIC_L SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND SHOE_UNREG_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 5 12 6 13 7 14 15 9 CN1101 XX SD2 SD3 SC3 SC2 SC1 SA1 1 11 2 12 3 4 14 5 15 6 7 8 9 10 20 SB3 SD1 N.L-DET(1.5V INT_IN_L SUB_IN_L EXT_IN_L SG_IN_L R1166 XX 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 J R1154 XX C_REG GND NC ZOOM_AMP_OUT ZOOM_AMP_IN NC IC1150 XX HPF_AMP_IN_L NC L_OUT MIC_MONO ZOOM_BAL ZOOM_POSI VCC R1155 XX C1153 XX 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 C1182 XX C1181 XX K C1150 XX C1157 XX MIX_OUT GND C_1/2VCC EXT_MIC HPF_ON/OFF R_OUT MTX_AMP_IN_R MODE_CTL_1 AMP_OUT_R REG_2.2V MT_5.2V MT_GND MT_GND SIRCS_SIG1 N.6V MIC_GND INT_MIC_R FP-896 XX FLEXIBLE XX 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SHOE_UNREG LANC_SIG SHOE_ID1 SHOE_ID2 SHOE_MIC_R SHOE_MIC_GND 2 R(CH2)OUT REG_GND REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET EXT_MIC_MONO ZOOM_MIC_CONT SHOE_ID2 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 AU_2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.1V SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.6V F_TALLY_LED LOWCUT_ON_CH2 SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND R(CH2)OUT L(CH1)OUT TO XS-004 BOARD CN103 21P C1174 XX R1181 XX H C1163 XX C1164 XX R1156 XX C1159 XX C1160 XX C1166 XX R1172 XX R1165 XX XX R1161 R1180 XX C1172 XX 6 7 8 C1151 XX C1169 XX C1178 XX 9 10 11 C1180 XX R1175 XX 12 13 I R1157 XX C1152 XX 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 R1163 XX THROUGH THE FP-897 FLEXIBLE (PAGE 4-82) 14 15 16 17 C1184 XX 18 19 20 21 R1177 XX R1179 XX R1178 XX INVT_OUT_L AMP_OUT_L SUB_SIG_OUT_L MTX_AMP_IN_L MODE_CTL_2 C1155 XX MTX_AMP_OUT_L HPF_OUT_L REG_2.10) SW_COM(5) SW_PULL_OUT_JACK(4) SIRCS_SIG1 SIRCS_PWM REC PB B MT_5.1V MT_GND MT_GND AU_4.C.C.2V F_TALLY_LED D_3. R-CH(3) 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 D1111 XX D1104 XX R1131 XX R1104 XX R1103 XX C1107 XX P 21 R1105 XX 22 SIRCS_SIG1 23 R-DET(11) GND.8V F_TALLY_LED AU_4.2V SIRCS_SIG1 TO FK-088 BOARD CN500 SHOE_MIC_L 3 SHOE_UNREG_GND 4 INTELLIGENT ACCESSORY SHOE C MIC_GND INT_MIC_L MIC_GND MIC_GND N.5V SG_IN_R HPF_OUT_R EXT_IN_R INT_IN_R HPF_AMP_IN_R SUB_IN_R MTX_AMP_OUT_R SUB_SIG_OUT_R NC R1176 XX C1183 XX INVT_OUT_R R1174 XX L1150 XX L 1 C1154 XX 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 XX C1156 XX C1158 XX R1160 C1179 XX C1167 XX C1175 XX C1161 XX M C1162 XX C1165 XX R1170 XX R1167 XX R1182 XX C1171 XX R1159 XX R1173 XX C1176 XX C1188 XX R1171 XX C1177 XX N 16 4-35 4-36 MA-430D . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-115 for printed wiring board.1V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG AU_4.6V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.C. 1 L(CH1)OUT SHOE_ID2 8 D 15 SHOE_ID1 10 F_TALLY_LED 13 (PAGE 4-28) E SA2 SA3 SB1 SB2 R1101 XX C1106 XX P R1102 XX SIRCS_PWM 16 17 18 LANC_SIG 19 F SW_INSERT_JACK(6) L-CH(2) LND1100 CH_GND G R1152 XX R1153 XX D1116 XX D1112 XX C1168 XX C1170 XX R1168 XX C1187 XX R1158 XX C1173 XX R1164 XX R1162 XX CN1106 1 R1169 XX C1185 XX C1186 XX 2 3 4 5 MT_5.

Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.2u C376 C346 R400 2.4 R310 1k Q302 2SB1122-ST-TD F302 1.7u B 0 R347 1k 2.4A/24V F300 1.1 R349 100 C332 3300p B R345 100 C327 2200p B C330 3300p B 2.9 0.9 3.047u B 2.3 0.Q324 5.2u 4.3 8.5 5 4 3 1 2 out5-1 VSS(O) 567 out4 VCC(O) 1234 out3-2 out3-1 GND(O) 1234 out2-2 out2-1 VDD(O) 123 2.4 1. 3 8.9 Q318 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING 1 2 L 9.5V 1.4A/24V Q302-304 CHARGE SWITCH F304 1.4 Q324 2SD2216J-Q 7.9 2.6V C307 0.5% R331 22k ± 0.8 Q322 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING 12 (2/2) 1 OUT7-2 6 5 4 2.1 11.5% 4.4 9 (2/2) 3 2.4 7.5 CT FB1 SIGNAL PATH REC REC/PB PB 1.4 Q320 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING E 6 5 4 LND307 A C335 3.9 7.1V 4.1V D_3.5% R340 3900 ± 0.SO D308 1SS388(TPL3) Q310-314 SWITCHING Q310 0.8V G R308 22k R312 22k 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 R305 22k R307 22k R309 22k R314 4700 C304 2200p B -IN6(C) +IN6 -IN6 FB6 -IN5(C) +IN5 -IN5 FB5 DTC 56 GND VREF VCC CTL1-6.1 9.6 C349 4.7u B Q325 UN9213J-(K8).1 3 8.4 11.5% C333 4.4 C331 47 3300p B R350 47k 7.7u B L302 22uH C375 10u 20V TA B C350 10u 20V TA B AU_8.5% R318 47k ± 0.5% R341 220k ± 0.2 1.2 Q312 CPH6702-TL-E L303 22uH 3.9V D_1.001u B C321 100p CH 1.5% R321 33k ± 0.1u 10V B R317 22k ± 0.9 R353 1500 ±0.9 J Drum servo (speed and phase) Capstan servo (speed and phase) 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 3 11.7 2.5V 6 IC300 DC/DC CONVERTER IC300 MB4488PFV-G-BND-ER out6-1 VDD(O) 567 OUT5-2 H R315 1k C305 0.2 2.4A/24V Q303 UN9213J-(K8).5 Q316 2SB1581-T1 5.4 Q321 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING REG_GND D_1.3 6 5 4 Q305 MCH6202-TL-E SWITCHING 1 2 3 0.4 0 3 C308 22u 16V TA B C310 22u 16V TA B C313 10u 16V TA B C314 22u 16V TA B C316 22u 16V TA B 6 C300 0.7u B 1.5% C315 0.9 3.5 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 0.4 VTR_DD_ON CT C301 0.0 VB 0.2 2.5 Q306.047u C318 470p B B R322 33k C320 220p B R330 33k C325 3300p B R333 47k R334 56k ± 0.4A/24V F303 1.3 1 8 C326 1u 10V B D305 RB501V-40TE-17 C322 1u 10V B 2.8 4.7u B DRUM_ERROR DRUM_VS 10 (2/2) 11 (2/2) LND302 LND303 LND304 LND305 LND306 2.1 2.9V C343 4.5 6.01u B 0.4 0.2 1.S0 FAST_CHARGE INIT_CHARGE_ON BATT_UNREG F305 1.7 0 C323 4.8 CTL7 CS1-7 CSCP VSS(O) 1234 OUT7-1 GND(O) 5678 OUT6-2 0.7u 10V B 13.1u B C302 0.5% R339 3900 ± 0.4 Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. DD-216D PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DD-216D BOARD(1/2) DC/DC CONVERTER(DD-1 BLOCK) A XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE CN300 4P BATT_UNREG 1 2 3 4 R300 1k CHARGE_INH BATT/XEXT_SW BATT_SIG D301 MA8082-(K8).2V REG R351 10k 2.2V R354 33k ± 0.8 4.022u 16V B LND300 LND301 A A A A A A A Q300 SSM3K03FE(TPL3) 0 2.5% C339 10u 10V TA A R343 100 C329 3300p B C328 3300p B Q323 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING C344 4.2 8.3 4.3 6 5 D 4 Q311 CPH6702-TL-E L301 33uH 2.5 1.4 12.7u B CAP_VS VTR_UNREG 1 (2/2) 2 (2/2) 3 (2/2) 4 (2/2) 5 (2/2) 6 (2/2) B J901 BATTERY TERMINAL S DCPACK_SW BATT_SIG BATT_GND R301 0 SHOE_UNREG 7 (2/2) CN301 J902 3P ACV_UNREG ACV_GND 1 2 3 LF300 XX Q300.5% R337 220 R398 XX 14 (2/2) K 6 5 4 R338 12k ± 0.9 0 0 C303 0.2 2.2 C341 4.8 1 2 10.5% R335 22k ± 0.1 11.7u 10V B R304 1M 0 2 7 D307 RB501V-40TE-17 C324 4.7 0.5% 8.7u B D_3.5 2.6 C345 4.S0 D303 MA8082-(K8).2 6.2 1.2 10.5 0.7u 10V B 1 2 11.2 0 Q308 CPH6102-TL-E SWITCHING 2 1 R377 0 C309 100p CH C317 2200p B C312 R320 10k 0.4 D304 1SS388(TPL3) R311 4700 4 8.7 3 1 2 8.SO 11.6 3 R316 22k R328 68k ± 0.0 3 1 2 8.3 3.2 12.4A/24V Q301 SI4963DY-T1 R306 10 1/8W 8.0V 4.307 EMERGENCY DETECT Q304 SSM3K03FE(TPL3) 0 Q307 UN9213J-(K8).9 Q317 2SB1462J-Q 5.1 1.7u 4700 35V B TA B R387 XX D311 1SS388(TPL3) R395 XX R396 0 DTC 123 out1-1 out1-2 DTC4 -IN4 -IN3 -IN2 -IN1 FB4 FB3 FB2 2.2 2.6 2.5% MT_5. DD-216D (1/2) 4-37 4-38 .5 8 7 10.5% R336 100k ± 0.9 C342 4.5% R352 27k ± 0.5 1.7u 10V B 1 2 10.4 R346 1k C334 4.2 1.2 2.2 R397 270k 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 DTC 7 DTC 8 -IN7 +IN7 FB7 COMP OVP 56 R313 47k 9 ROFS 8 +IN8 7 -IN8 6 -IN8’ 5 FB8 4 RB8 3 out8 2 VCC(O) 5678 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-117 for printed wiring board.4 8 7 5 6 8.SO EMERGENCY DETECT -3.9 Q315 2SD2216J-Q Q315-317.9 Q314 CPH6702-TL-E L305 22uH 2.7u 10V B R324 10k R326 22k Q309 CPH6702-TL-E SWITCHING 4.5 RT 0.1 R375 0 15.047u B I 15 (2/2) 13 (2/2) 8.9 2. Replace only with part number specified.S0 D302 MA8082-(K8).9 R332 5600 ± 0.2 R356 22k -VCAM R355 47k 2.4 1 T300 D306 RB501V-40TE-17 4 5 Q306 2SD1462J-Q C DC IN BATT_XEXT R302 0 R303 470k 8.2 1.001u B Q313 CPH6702-TL-E L304 22uH 1.5% R327 47k ± 0.3 0.4 C336 4.7u B 8.8 CPH6702-TL-E 6 5 4 L300 22uH 0.3 1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.7 1.2 1.0 1.4 9.4 2.5% R323 47k R325 47k ± 0.7 C306 XX B 8.4 R344 R348 100 8.7 Q319 SI2304DS-T1 SWITCHING C340 4.5 8.5 4.4 8.301 SWITCH D300 MA8120-TX CAP_ERROR 8 (2/2) 0 2 8.1 11.3 3.9 10.4 4 0 R357 XX 5 6 T301 4 5 D312 1SS388(TPL3) 3 6 D309 1SS388(TPL3) 2 7 D313 1SS388(TPL3) 1 8 C347 2.5 3 8.9 2.5 R342 100 C337 4.5 2.9 8.7u B F R319 22k C311 470p B 6 5 4 R329 10k C319 0.4A/24V F301 1.7 16 Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.

5V Q327.8 -10.2uH 3225 L314 4.6 L317 22uH C369 2.5% R385 22k R386 470 9 11 13 15 17 19 F R380 0 21 Q344-345 348.8V PANEL_13.3V P REG_GND L315 2.5% Q336 2SD2216J C364 4.8V EVF_BLEVF_BL+ INIT_CHARGE_ON CAM_DD_ON VTR_DD_ON SHOE_ON SHOE_UNEREG SHOE_UNEREG D_3.1V D_1.5V A_4.0 8.5V REG. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DD-216D BOARD(2/2) A DC REGURATOR(DD-2 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE Q339 MGSF3455VT1 6 5 2 1 D314 MA2S111-(K8).8V PANEL_4.6V D_1.2u F L451 4.337 +13.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.5% 15 (1/2) 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 R391 1 C451 XX B VREF CTL CSCP CS GND VE OUT Vcc L 16 C353 10u 10V TA A C355 10u 10V TA A C360 10u 10V TA A C363 10u 10V TA A 2 1 R392 1 C373 10u 10V TA A R455 XX 5 4 3 R450 XX C452 XX B C456 XX B R451 XX 9 8 7 6 C453 XX B R454 XX ± 0.8 C367 0.0V R390 4700 ± 0.5 3.5 E 12 (1/2) C351 10u 6.6V REG_GND REG_GND 60P REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND MS_3.349.5V REG CN450 1 3 5 7 REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND CAM_12V CAM_-7V PANEL_2.7uH L307 4.2u F R456 0 Q450 XX L452 XX L453 XX C454 XX 10V B 4.7uH L313 4.348 349.SO 0 SIGNAL PATH REC Drum servo (speed and phase) Capstan servo (speed and phase) REC/PB PB B 7 (1/2) SHOE_UNREG Q329.5 12.1 15.6 12.4 4 3 8.6V EVF_2.1 R370 56k ± 0.SO 4.8V AU_4.336 +8.7u 20V TA B R379 XX Q326.3V A D315 MA3XD21001S0 Q340-341 1.8V BATT_UNREG D_1.5% 0 R376 47k 2.7-TL 13.7uH 1.SO G R360 47k Q335 2SD2216J-QR(K8).6 59 R358 100k 8.4 0 R364 1M R401 1k R363 10k C362 1u B 2012 8.351 12V REG 23 25 Q345 2SA1745-6.5V DRUM_VS CAP_VS FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR VTR_UNREG VTR_UNREG MT_5.5% 4-39 4-40 DD-216D (2/2) . TO VC-358D BOARD(18/18) CN021 (THROUGH THE FP-191 FLEXIBLE) I 4.3V P C338 0.7u 10V B Q327 2SD2216J-QR(K8).345.5 4.9 R388 120k ± 0.1V BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW A_2.5% 1.5% 12.6 Q331.6V R362 47k R371 6800 ± 0.9V L308 4.0 13.2V FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR VTR_UNREG + 1 2 – 3 1.3 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 C371 10u 20V TA B 49 51 53 55 57 Q333-335.1 R383 100k ± 0.7 R384 100k C368 10u 6.9V D_1.9V D_1.3V A C361 47u 6.3V TA B C356 10u 6.5% R373 8200 ± 0.SO -10.SO R365 47k C366 10u 20V TA B R374 220k ± 0.5% Q344.8V D_2.7 1.1u B C348 XX B 0.7uH L310 4.3V P C357 10u 6.5% H AU_8.5V D_1.2 INIT_CHARGE_ON 4 (1/2) BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW D316 MA2S111-(K8).0V REG.8V L309 22uH 3225 C354 22u 6.SO R393 0 DRUM_VS L306 4.328.2V REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 MT_5.339 SWITCH 8.5% R457 XX C365 4.SO J 14 (1/2) 15.SO -11.8V EVF_13.3V P C359 10u 6.7 15.5% R361 22k R368 20k ± 0.9 R399 0 1.6 R394 0 D_3.1V D D_3.3V B C352 10u 6.5% 13.7uH C455 XX B IC450 XX C458 XX CH CT RT +IN -IN FB DTC CB1 CB2 VTR_DD_ON CT R452 XX ± 0.5V REG R369 120k ± 0.7uH 3225 2.338 -7V REG Q333 2SB1462J-QR(K8).0 Q328 2SB1462J 8.3 27 29 31 Q334 2SC5376F-B(TPL3) 13.SO K 4.5 Q338 2SB1462J-QR(K8).5V AU_2.SO R381 47k 2.2 5 4 0.6 4.1V D_3.9V RP_4.7uH L312 4.6 Q326 2SD2216J (PAGE 4-79) R367 150k ± 0.7uH L311 4.5V -VCAM -7.SO BATT_UNREG 2 (1/2) 5 (1/2) C 9 (1/2) 11 (1/2) CAP_VS Q329 UN9213J-(K8).8 -7.7 Q351 2SD2216J-QR(K8).2 0.SO IC301 R382 20k ± 0.4 3 (1/2) 1 (1/2) 8 (1/2) 10 (1/2) 6 (1/2) 13 (1/2) 0.SO 4.SO C370 2.3V P C358 10u 6.2 R372 120k ± 0.7uH Q341 2SA2018H-T2L 1. Q332 2SB1462J-QR(K8). SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS DD-216D PRINTED WIRING BOARD For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-117 for printed wiring board.1u B 4.SO Q344 2SD2216J-QR(K8).5% C372 10u 20V TA B R378 47k 12.2 Q349 2SB1462J-QR(K8).1 Q348 2SD2216J-QR(K8).7uH L319 4.332 +13.0 R366 120k ± 0. R359 47k 16.1 4.5% C457 XX 10V A L316 4.6V D_2.7 16.5 Q337 2SD2216J-QR(K8).2V MT_5.5% R453 XX ± 0.1V AU_8.3 R389 68k ± 0.5% 4.5V REG IC301 TA75S01F Q340 2SD2216J-QR(K8).7u 20V TA B C450 4.7uH L318 22uH Q331 2SB1462J-QR(K8).351 +12V REG.0V TRF_2.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 1 2 3 4 5 6 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(CF-4980) A CN011 14P GND D_2.8V ZOOM_VR_AD XPHOTO_FREEZE 1 2 3 4 RV800 20k (ZOOM) W T S811 PHOTO 1 GND XEJECT_SW PHOTO_STBY_SW XCAM+STBY_SW XVTR_MODE_SW XS/S_SW GND GND TO VC-358D BOARD(15/18) CN009 XPHOTO_REC XS/S_SW XVTR_MODE_SW XCAM+STBY_SW PHOTO_STBY_SW XEJECT_SW GND XS/S_SW(LOW_ANGEL) LID_OPEN GND 5 2 6 3 7 4 8 5 9 6 10 7 11 8 12 13 14 (START/STOP) (LID_OPEN) B (PAGE 4-74) C CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(PS-4980) D GND XEJECT_SW PHOTO_STBY_SW XCAM+STBY_SW 1 S810 START/STOP S806 EJECT VCR 9 OFF(CHG) 8 7 CAMERA 6 1 2 10 3 4 S812 POWER 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MEMORY 5 E XVTR_MODE_SW XS/S_SW GND GND F 16 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(CF-4980.PS-4980) are replaced as a block. CF-4980/PS-4980 4-41 4-42 . So that these PRINTED WIRING BOARD are omitted.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.

S0 R1127 1k R1130 100k D1106 MA8082-(K8). SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS RM-091 PRINTED WIRING BOARD For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-121 for printed wiring board.S0 D1109 MA111-(K8).8V TO XZ-003 BOARD CN801 E 16 IC1102 RS-70-TU 1 2 IC1102 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER C1109 10u 6.S0 R1125 47 4 3 R1126 1k D1110 MA111-(K8).3V TA P (PAGE 4-30) D1107 MA111-(K8). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 21P 1 8 ZM_SPD_SEL XS/S_SW(HAND) H_ZOOM_AD LI LI SIRCS_SIG1 D_2.1V F_TALLY_LED REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND 9 A RM-091 BOARD REAR REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER XX MARK:NO MOUNT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 B 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 TO FK-088 BOARD CN502 (PAGE 4-28) C R1121 680 R1123 0 D1105 BR1102W-TR (TALLY) R1136 XX R1128 10k R1129 10k D1108 MA111-(K8).8V MT_5.S0 18 19 20 21 LND101 CH_GND D R1122 0 R1124 XX S1100 CUSTOM PRESET Q1104 UN9210J-(TX).S0 4-43 4-44 RM-091 .SO LED DRIVE 7P 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 REG_GND REG_GND LI H_ZOOM_AD XS/S_SW(HAND) ZM_SPD_SEL D_2.2V MT_GND MT_GND SIRCS_SIG SIRCS_SEL2 XCUSTOM_PRESET TALLY_LED SIRCS_SEL1 D_3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

4 45 0 VGAT VSS5 44 43 2.2 V2BB R-0.2/P0 R1.2/P0 XV2 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 2 (12/18) 6 XRS XSG1 XSHP XSUB XSG2 XV1 XV2 XV3 VDD1 NC 3.2/P0 9 V1B TO CD-512 BOARD CN100 V3R V2BG V3G V1R V1B V2AB R3.1 47 2.4 R1.1u B R701 100k CAM_SCK CAM_SCK CAM_SO CAM_SO CS_CAM CS_CAM CORE_RST CORE_RST UCORE_STBY IC702 V DRV IC702 CXD3400N-T4 R2.4 R2.5% AGC_CONT1 CLPOB R709 1k ± 0.5/P0.6/P0.4/P0 R1.1u B C727 RGR 0.5% R720 18k ± 0.2/P0 R1.7/P0 -7.4/P0 12.3/P0 R1.2 10 V2AB R-6.1/ P12.1 8 3.4/P0 12.9/P0 R2.1 3.0/P3.1/P0 R2.2 1.001u B (9/18) (10/18) 2 X701 27MHz R737 R738 K PB 1 5 C702 1u 35V A C760 0.2/P0.1u B C725 0.5/P0 C734 0.9/P0 R713 R736 0 27 23 3.1u B C726 RGG 0.6/P0.1/P0 R2.1 24 VSS1 XSHD AVD1 AVD2 RGG RGR RGB VSS2 VSS3 H1G H2G AVD3 14 16 15 10 13 CLPDM MCK0 ADVD 3.2/P0 R1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B VC-358D BOARD(1/18) BAD0 BAD1 BAD2 BAD3 BAD4 BAD5 BAD6 BAD7 XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE XRS C719 0.9/P0 RST 4 (2/18) 4 (12/18) H2G 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 V1G V3G V2AG GND V2 V4 V1A VH V1B V3A VL V3B SHT 10 R-6.1 V3B R-6.2 3.8/P0 18 R0.1u B STBY_S/H TS_WEN STBY_S/H TS_WEN 3 (12/18) IC705 TIMING GENERATOR IC705 CXD248AR-T4 9 8 I C716 0.6/P0.4/P0 R3.8/P0 19 20 R712 R735 27 0 H1G 21 R1.6/P0 R0.2 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R2.4/P0 R1.2/P0 0.7/P0 R2.7/P0 R-6.9/P0 R2.2 1 C764 0.5% AGC_CONT2 XV1 XSG1 CLPOB TG_VD TG_HD VGAT CLPOB TG_VD TG_HD VGAT XV1 XV2 CLPOB CLPDM TG_VD TG_HD PBLK VGAT 42 44 46 48 50 V2BR XSHP XRS IC701 V DRV IC701 CXD3400N-T4 XSG1 XV3 PBLK PBLK XV1 XV1 XSG1 R765 0 XSG1 AGC_CONT1 G 45 47 49 R728 0 R3.2/P0 3.1 R1.7/P0 R-0.1 39 2.5% PBLK GND H1B SUBB GND B_CCD_OUT GND V2BB V3B GND R_CCD_OUT GND VDD2R V2AR V1R H1R SUBR GND G_CCD_OUT GND VDD2G V2AG V1G H1G SUBG GND GND H2B RGB VDDB GND VLB VDD2B V2AB V1B GND GND VLR V2BR V3R H2R RGR VDDR GND VLG V2BG V3G H2G RGG VDDG GND 2 4 6 GND VCC VCC C706 1u B 3 DVDD AVDD DVSS CN025 50P DC0 DC1 DC2 DC3 DC4 DC5 DC6 3.1 C746 0.3/P0 RAD4 DA9 DB9 DB8 DB7 DB6 DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 DC9 3.6/P3.3/P0 R1.1u B C733 0.1 1.4/P0 R1.702 SWITCH Q701 UN911FJ-(K8).9/P0 R0.7/P0 R-0.5 38 3.1 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 (12/18) 152 6 (18/18) 4 R0.2/P0 DA8 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 BAD8 A S/H AGC.1u B C739 33u 4V A RAD8 GAD3 GAD4 GAD5 GAD6 L701 10uH 2520 C756 1u B 1608 C718 XX C721 C722 0.2/P0 R1.1 XSG1 19 18 8 12 11 D703 XX AGC_CONT1 AGC_CONT2 R_GAIN B_GAIN R_OFFSET G_OFFSET B_OFFSET FRQ AGC_CONT2 R_GAIN B_GAIN R_OFFSET G_OFFSET (PAGE 4-12) 3.1/P0 R3.1 0.3/P0 R3.1u B C732 0.2 R0.4/P0 R-6.3/P2.1/P0 XV3 CLPOB PBLK 5 17 XSHD 13 R2.8/P0 VCC G OUT GND R OUT GND B offset G offset R offset 3.1 AGC CONT CLP C R CLP C G CLP DM CLP C B CLP OB R GAIN B GAIN R719 18k ± 0.1 1.1/P12.1u B R714 18k ± 0.4/P0 R1.5% C738 0.1u B C747 12p C753 100u 6.6 1.9/P0 R3.1 C766 XX R2.2/P0 R1.5% C735 10p C750 1u B 1608 C751 1u B 1608 C752 1u B 1608 CEN CKI AVDD AVSS AINA(B) VREFP AINB (G) VCOM AINC (R) VREFN VTP BVT RAD2 RAD3 R1.6/P0 BAD9 GAD9 GAD8 GAD7 GAD6 GAD5 GAD4 GAD3 GAD2 GAD1 GAD0 RAD9 RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 RAD8 RAD9 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 XSHD R705 XX XSHP XSHD VCC RPIN RDIN SHI GDIN GPIN VCC BPIN DRVI PS 10 11 12 R2.7 2 2.TG(CA(CH)BLOCK) 7 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 C748 0.1u B C715 0.1 7 R0.7 1.4/P2.5/P0 R0.6/P3.3/P0 R0.7 12.2 C763 0.1V 153 152 6 (18/18) R-0.1u B R0/P2.1 R715 33 R716 33 R717 33 C736 10p C737 10p C731 0.4/P0 BAD0 BAD1 BAD2 BAD3 BAD4 BAD5 BAD6 BAD7 BAD8 BAD0 BAD1 BAD2 BAD3 BAD4 BAD5 BAD6 BAD7 BAD8 BAD9 (2/18) 6 R1.1u 0.2 6 IC704 S/H AGC IC704 CXA2107R GND B OUT R1.5% 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 8 R711 18k ± 0.1 3.1u B R739 0 R740 0 C745 0.2 R730 470k L 16 FB702 R761 XX 1608 C705 33u 10V B C703 33u 10V B L710 22uH 2520 4 CAM_DD_ON CAM_-7V CAM_12V A_4.3/P0 R1.1 3.4/P0 10 12 C713 0.4 R1.0/P0 R0. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.1 5 3.4/P0 BDIN 2 3 4 5 7 R1.1/ P12.1/P0 12.5 40 R0.1u B H1G H1B H1R H2B RGB R707 0 C714 0.4/P0 R1.3/P0 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 R0.1u B R708 0 C723 0.1 8 R1.2/P0 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC Y Y/CHROMA V2BG V2AR REG_GND FB704 D_3.1 R2.1u B RAD0 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 RAD1 RAD0 RAD1 RAD2 RAD3 RAD4 RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 RAD8 RAD9 DVDD DVSS SEL DA0 DA1 DA2 DA3 DA4 DA5 DA6 DA7 XRS GND VRB GND RSHI R TP G TP B TP GND VCC VCC VRT B XSHP R2.2/P0 R1.2 XV2 XV4 XSG1A XSG1B XV1 XSG3A XSG3B XV3 XSHT VDD 9 22 AVD4 VSS4 H1R H2R H1B H2B 23 DSGAT OSCO VDD1 TEST OSCI CKIN WEN 3.1 R1.1u B R-7.1/P12.6/P0 R2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.1/P0 2.3/P0 R1.5 42 3.1 6 3.4/P0 R1.1u B C728 RGB 0.2/P0 3.1 R1.1 XV1 3.7 9 IC706 A/D CONVERTER IC706 AK5483-L R1.4/P0 -7.8/P0 R0.1 C707 1u B C708 1u B R760 XX C765 CH 8p C709 1u B C710 1u B C711 1u B C712 1u B R2.5 3 D701 1SV329(TPL3) R729 XX R733 5600 R734 10k FB703 R12.3 D 1 3 5 7 9 11 3.1u B CS_CAM CAM_SO CAM_SCK TS_WEN ADHD R763 XX R731 47 FB705 B_OFFSET 3.9 3 IC903_APC_ERROR 3.1u B GAD7 FB707 GAD8 GAD9 CLPDM H2R RGR H2G RGG 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 PBLK F R710 16k ± 0.9/P0 H1R H2R R0.2/P0 R2.6/P0 R0.4 R1.4 3.3V B 0.1 R1.9/P0 3.3 R1.2/P0 22 R1.1u B B C757 22u 4V P L702 22uH 2520 FB706 C759 0.9/P0 3.2 H1B H2B R722 27 R724 27 R723 27 R725 27 C742 0.3/P0 R1.6/P0 5 4 R0.1 48 1.1 VDD2 SEN SSI SSCK 41 R2.2/P0 1.4/P0 RAD0 RAD1 RAD2 RAD3 RAD4 RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 G_OFFSET R_GAIN B_GAIN E R_OFFSET B_OFFSET 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 C724 0.2 1.4 V2BR R-0.9 1.3/P1.1 37 CORE_RST C754 0.8/P0 17 R0.3/P1.2/P0 1 1 DC7 DC8 BAD9 R721 18k ± 0.0/P3.6V 15 12 14 14 (15/18) 15 (18/18) (18/18) (9/18) (18/18) 14 (10/18) VC-358D (1/18) 4-45 4-46 .4/P0 R1.6 46 2.001u B 0.0/P0 XV2 XV4 XSG1A XSG1B XV1 XSG3A XSG3B XV3 XSHT VDD R2.7/P0 GND V2 V4 V1A VH V1B V3A VL V3B SHT R2.4/P0 3.3/P0 R1.SO R7.1 J 7 R0.1u B 14 3.1 2.1u B 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 GAD0 GAD1 GAD2 GAD0 GAD1 GAD2 GAD3 GAD4 GAD5 GAD6 GAD7 GAD8 GAD9 SPCK R3.1u B 1608 C717 22u 16V B IC707 BUFFER R764 3300 D702 MA2S111-TX Q701.1 15 3.1u B R1.5% R718 18k ± 0.2 C767 CJ 3p 0.7/P0 STBY_S/H C 1 2 R2.4/P0.SO R762 7500 C762 1u B 1608 R2.7/P0 R0.1u B R-7.1u B C720 1u B 1608 C758 0.2 GND R0.2 0 0 IC707 TA75S01F C749 0.1 3 H 4 V1G V2AG V2BB V1R V2AR V3B V3R 3.1 16 R0.2/P0 R1.1 1 20 21 22 2 C701 1u 35V A C704 0.1u B C761 0.3/P0 R1.3/P0 R1.7 R2.4 R2.2 Q702 UN9213J-(K8).1 3.0/P0.7/P0 R-6.9 3.4/P0 R-0.

3/P2.0/P0 38 37 R0.3/P0 TG_HD VGAT PBLK CAM_HD 3.4/P0 42 R1.0/P0 40 R1.7 TG_VD CAM_VD R2.6/P3.4/P0 SI GAD6 R2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.9 76 1.3 VST TDI R772 XX TD_0-1 TD_0-1 10 (8/18) TCK TMS TD_1-2 CAM_SCK CAM_SCK CAM_SO CS_CAM CORE_RST C771 1u B 1608 TCK TMS TD_1-2 9 (3/18) I 4 4 CAM_SO (1/18) (12/18) CS_CAM CORE_RST UCORE_STBY CAM_SCK TD_0-1 CAM_SO CS_CAM SOFT_V GAD9 GAD8 GAD7 GAD6 GAD5 GAD4 GAD3 GAD2 GAD1 FB772 J 16 D_1.4 R1.2/P1.3/P0 R0.3/P0 91 R0.9V 153 (18/18) D_2.2/P0 R1.4/P0 88 1.5 1.3/P0 87 R1.6 2.4 R1.6/P0 CAM_C6 CAM_C5 CAM_C4 CAM_C3 CAM_C2 CAM_C1 CAM_C0 35 R0.3/P0 98 R1.3/P0 81 R0.6/P0 34 R0.7 46 R0.3/P0 96 R1.7/P0 92 R1.0/P0 39 R1.6 2.2/P0 86 R1.7/P0 82 R1.2/P0 83 R1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 VC-358D BOARD(2/18) A CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS(CA(U-C)BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB EN1 DIR_1B DIR_1A DIR_0B DIR_0A EN0 ZM_RST_SENS FC_RST_SENS IRIS_COM Y Y/CHROMA IRIS_COM IRIS_COM EN0 EN0 EN1 EN1 DIR_0A DIR_0A DIR_0B (18/18) DIR_0B DIR_1A B 7 TG_VD CLPOB DIR_1B DIR_1B ZM_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS FC_RST_SENS FC_RST_SENS CLPOB XV1 XSG1 CAM_SI XV1 XSG1 PBLK TG_HD VGAT DIR_1A CAM_SI CAM_SI SOFT_V SOFT_V CAM_FLD IFI_OE IFI_VD CAM_FLD R771 XX 5 (12/18) C CLPOB XV1 XSG1 TG_VD TG_HD VGAT PBLK SPCK IFI_OE IFI_VD IFI_HD R2.1 77 78 VDD MCK GND RIN9 RIN8 RIN7 RIN6 RIN5 RIN4 RIN3 RIN2 RIN1 RIN0 VDD BIN9 BIN8 BIN7 BIN6 BIN5 BIN4 BIN3 BIN2 BIN1 BIN0 GND 24 24 SENS1 SENS0 VGATE FLD CID R2.5 0 1.7 27 R0/P2.1 2.4/P0 99 100 CAM_C0 CAM_C1 CAM_C2 CAM_C3 CAM_C4 CAM_C5 CAM_C6 CAM_C7 IFI_C0 IFI_C1 IFI_C2 IFI_C3 IFI_C4 IFI_C5 IFI_C6 IFI_C7 G GAD0 GAD1 GAD2 GAD3 GAD4 GAD5 GAD6 GAD0 GAD1 GAD2 GAD3 GAD4 BAD1 BAD0 SOFTV TENA3 XRST GIN7 GIN6 GIN5 GIN4 GIN3 GIN8 GIN2 GIN1 GIN0 TRST GIN9 GAD5 GND TMS VDD VDD TDO XCS TCK SCK H GAD7 GAD8 GAD9 GAD7 1 GAD8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 R0.1/P0 95 R1.1/P0 R1.2 R0.7/P0 R1.4 R1.9 2.0/P0 85 R1.4 R0.4/P0 R1.9 2.9 89 CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS IC771 CXD3116AR-T6 SPCK E 1 (1/18) RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 RAD8 RAD9 CAM_Y7 CAM_Y6 CAM_Y5 CAM_Y4 CAM_Y3 CAM_Y2 CAM_Y1 CAM_Y0 45 R1.3 GAD9 C772 0.7 2.6/P0 36 R0.4 2.8/P0 CAM_VD CAM_HD RAD3 RAD4 RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 RAD8 RAD9 RAD9 RAD8 RAD7 RAD6 RAD5 RAD4 RAD3 RAD2 0 79 0 80 R0.5/P0 R0.4/P0 84 R1.1 47 2.3/P2.7/P0 31 R0.7/P0 VD HD GND BCK SVDD YOUT7 YOUT6 YOUT5 50 R2.4/P0 R1.0/P0 43 R1.1u B 2.9/P0 R0/P1.9 0 2.6/P0 32 R0.7 2.5/P0 49 48 1.9/P0 30 R1.9 SYNC 0 0 0 DIR0A DIR0B GND VDD D RAD0 RAD1 RAD2 RAD3 RAD4 RAD0 RAD1 RAD2 SPCK 1.7 UCORE_STBY R773 0 26 CAM_C7 CAM_Y0 IFI_Y0 CAM_Y1 CAM_Y2 CAM_Y3 CAM_Y4 CAM_Y5 CAM_Y6 CAM_Y7 IFI_Y1 IFI_Y2 IFI_Y3 IFI_Y4 IFI_Y5 IFI_Y6 IFI_Y7 8 8 (3/18) (10/18) IC771 YOUT4 YOUT3 YOUT2 YOUT1 YOUT0 GND COUT7 COUT6 COUT5 COUT4 COUT3 COUT2 COUT1 COUT0 VDD INEN OUTEN BAD0 BAD1 BAD0 BAD1 BAD2 BAD3 BAD4 BAD5 BAD6 BAD7 BAD8 BAD9 RAD1 RAD0 F BAD2 BAD3 BAD4 BAD5 BAD6 BAD7 BAD8 BAD9 BAD9 BAD8 BAD7 BAD6 BAD5 BAD4 BAD3 BAD2 0 90 R0.3/P0 44 R1.5 2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.3/P0 97 R1.2/P0 R1.4/P1.9 28 R0/P2.8V REG_GND GAD0 TD_1-2 UCORE_STBY CORE_RST FB771 TMS TCK 4-47 4-48 VC-358D (2/18) .6 2.5 2.5 1.0/P0 29 1.6/P0 33 R0.4/P1.3/P0 R1.7 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 DIR1A XV1 XSG1 CLPOB DIR1B SVDD AVD AHD SVD GND EN1 SO PBLK IRIS EN0 1.0/P0 41 R1.3/P0 93 0 94 R1.

3V P SPCK 38 (4/18) 1 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 2 CAMVDI LAMGO CAMHDI CAMYI0 CAMYI1 CAMYI2 CAMYI3 CAMYI4 CAMYI5 CAMYI6 CAMYI7 CAMOE LAMGI CAMCI0 CAMCI1 CAMCI2 CAMCI3 CAMCI4 CAMCI5 CAMCI6 DRD0 DRD1 DRD14 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 YO4 YO3 YO2 YO1 YO0 NROE NRVDI NRHDI VSS AFCMCK NRCI3 NRCI2 NRCI1 NRCI0 NRYI7 NRYI6 NRYI5 VDD VSS NRYI4 NRYI3 NRYI2 NRYI1 NRYI0 DRA8 DRA7 DRA6 DRA5 DRA4 VSS DRA3 DRA2 DRA1 DRA0 RAS LUCAS VST TDO TENA1(TMS) TDI TCK BC1 VSS TENA3 TRST TEST2 TEST1 TEST0 XCS_HONEY D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 VFI_Y2 DRD11 VFI_Y1 VFI_Y0 DRD10 DRD8 DRD9 VFO_OE VFO_VD VFO_HD DRD4 8 TMS TD_1-2 TCK DRD6 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 DRD5 9 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 GND BD10 BD11 BD12 BD13 BD14 BD1 BD2 BD3 BD4 BD5 BD6 BD7 BD8 BD9 D TRST C1409 0.1V 28 (4/18) 23 (4/18) 41 (6/18) 41 (13/18) 23 (5/18) 41 (9/18) 41 (17/18) 42 (13/18) 27 (4/18) 8 (2/18) 8 (10/18) 26 (4/18) 30 (5/18) JRST CK1 XWR D0 D0 VSP_SO XVSP_SCK D1 D1 D2 D2 D3 D3 D4 XCS_HONEY ACK REQ VDD1 D8 D8 D9 A0 D9 D10 D10 D11 D11 D12 D12 D13 D13 D14 D14 D15 D15 A0 A1 D5 D5 D6 D6 D7 D7 JPEG_XCS JPEG_XCS CARILLON_XCS CARILLON_XCS XIRQ2 XIRQ2 D4 MSEL MSEL XSTART XSTART XRD XRD XWR 21 (4/18) 21 (5/18) J VFIO_C4 VFIO_C5 29 (4/18) 17 (4/18) 17 (5/18) K 35 (6/18) IFI_C0 IFI_C0 IFI_C1 IFI_C1 IFI_C2 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA 9 (2/18) IFI_C3 IFI_C2 IFI_C3 19 (4/18) A2 A3 37 TRST (7/18) (11/18) (13/18) 37 37 37 37 37 36 31 L 16 XSYS_RST VFI_VD VFI_OE 37 (18/18) (4/18) (4/18) VC-358D (3/18) 4-49 4-50 . D_2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.3V P D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 (6/18) I VFO_Y0 VFO_Y1 VFO_Y2 VFO_Y3 VFO_Y4 VFO_Y5 VFO_Y6 VFO_Y7 VFO_Y3 IFI_Y0 VFO_Y4 IFI_Y1 VFO_Y5 VFO_Y6 IFI_Y2 IFI_Y2 IFI_Y3 VFO_Y7 IFI_Y4 VFIO_C4 VFIO_C5 VFIO_C6 VFIO_C7 VFO_VD VFO_HD VFO_OE VFO_OE TD_2-3 TD_2-3 TD_1-2 TCK TCK TMS TMS IFI_C4 IFI_C4 A4 A5 IFI_C5 (10/18) IFI_C6 XSYS_RST (12/18) (15/18) IFI_C7 IFI_C7 IFI_C5 IFI_C6 TD_1-2 VFIO_C6 IFI_Y7 VFIO_C7 VFO_VD VFO_HD IFI_HD IFI_HD IFI_VD IFI_VD IFI_OE IFI_OE IFI_Y7 IFI_Y5 IFI_Y6 IFI_Y6 IFI_Y3 IFI_Y4 IFI_Y5 IFI_Y1 IFI_Y0 VFO_Y0 VFO_Y1 VFO_Y2 C1414 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.3V P DRA8 DRA7 DRA6 DRA5 FB1402 SPCK SPCK AFCK AFCK VFI_Y0 VFI_Y1 VFI_Y2 VFI_Y3 VFI_Y4 VFI_Y5 VFI_Y6 VFI_Y0 DRA0 VFI_Y1 VFI_Y2 VFI_Y3 VFI_Y4 DRA4 9 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 PLLON RESET START 8 MCLK AGND (7/18) (6/18) (10/18) DRA3 (10/18) DRA2 DRA1 XRD 4 G 33 33 6 XWR 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 5 A0 A1 3 A2 2 A3 CS A0 34 34 MSEL R1441 100k TOUT AVCC GND GND VCC WR XMS_SCK_VSP MS_SO_VSP XWR XRD XIRQ2 DRD15 DRD14 DRD13 DRD12 DRD11 DRD10 RESET DRD9 DRD8 DRD7 DRD6 DRD5 DRD4 DRD3 DRD2 DRD1 DRD0 UAD7 UAD6 UAD5 UAD4 UAD3 UAD2 UAD1 UAD0 MSEL VFI_Y5 XSTART A0 JPEG_XCS UA3 1 INT RD 7 VDD DOE VSS VSS VSS UA5 H VFI_C0 VFI_C1 VFI_C2 VFI_C3 VFI_VD VFI_HD VFI_OE VFI_Y7 VFI_C0 VFI_C1 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 DRD15 DRD14 DRD13 DRD12 DRD11 DRD10 VFI_C3 VFI_VD VFI_HD VFI_OE CARILLON_XCS VFI_C2 CS VFI_Y7 A5 DRD9 DRD8 DRD7 DRD6 DRD5 DRD4 DRD3 DRD2 DRD1 DRD0 A4 UA4 WE VFI_Y6 C1419 10u 6.1u F D0 32 FB1406 30 (4/18) MS_3.1u F AFCK VFIO_C7 VFIO_C6 VFIO_C5 VFIO_C4 VCC DRD7 C1417 0.8V FB1404 REG_GND 153 (18/18) VFI_VD VFI_Y5 VFI_Y6 VFI_Y7 VFI_C0 VFI_C1 VFI_C2 VFI_C3 IFI_HD IFI_OE IFI_Y0 IFI_Y1 IFI_Y2 IFI_Y3 IFI_Y4 IFI_Y5 IFI_Y6 IFI_Y7 VFI_HD VFI_OE IFI_VD IFI_C0 IFI_C1 IFI_C2 IFI_C3 IFI_C4 IFI_C5 IFI_C6 IC1403 B DRD15 DQ16 VCC NC DQ15 DQ13 DQ14 VSS VCCQ DQ5 DQ6 NC DQ7 DQ8 NC NC NC XRAS A11 A10 A0 A7 A6 A5 A4 VCC VSS DQ1 DQ2 NC DQ3 DQ4 NC DQ12 NC DQ11 DQ9 DQ10 XLCAS NC XUCAS XWE XOE NC A8 A9 A2 A1 VSS A3 16Mbit DRAM IC1403 MSM51V18160DSL-6LFS1 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC IFI_C7 SPCK C1416 10u 6.1u B D15 DRD3 VFI_Y3 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 6 C DRD12 DRD13 5 4 DRD2 VFI_Y4 CAMCI7 3 MCK YO5 YO6 YO7 CO0 CO1 CO2 CO3 OEO VSS HDO VDO VSS VDD VSS 7 TD_2-3 D8 VCC BD0 FCLK BDSEL FULL(EMPTY) DACK DREQ GND D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 IC1409 RC5V836/E2 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC BD15 TEST IDACK IBUSY DRA0 DRA8 VFO_Y7 VFO_Y6 IC1407 DIGITAL STILL PROCESS IC1407 CXD3133AGA-T6 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC XSTART MSEL JID0 JID1 R1439 10k R1440 10k JSTART JMSEL JID0 JID1 VSS VDD JID2 JID3 JID4 JID5 JID6 JID7 JIDCLK JIEOD VSS JBUSY SYSCLK URD UWR UA0 UA1 UA2 E DRA7 DRA6 DRA5 DRA4 DRA2 DRA1 VFO_Y5 IC1409 JPEG IEOD IDCLK GND ID7 ID6 ID5 ID4 ID3 ID2 ID1 ID0 VCC 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 R1442 10k 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 JID7 JID6 JID5 JID4 JID3 JID2 JID1 JID0 D7 JID2 JID3 JID4 JID5 JID6 JID7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 DRA3 VFO_Y4 VFO_Y3 VFO_Y2 VFO_Y1 F VFO_Y0 C1408 10u 6.is not possible. 2 3 1 VC-358D BOARD(3/18) A MS I/F(MS-1 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 :Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark.

0 7 6 30 (3/18) 30 (5/18) 2.2 2.8 IC1406 EEPROM IC1406 AK6440BH-E2 MS_XRST S_REQ S_ACK MS_XCS XWRH 3.0 3.0 3.3 3.1u B R1409 180 R1410 18 3.2 3.2 3.2 J 49 (18/18) A_LED_ON (TXD) C1401 0.01u B 7 XSTART 50 XSTART MSEL JPEG_XCS CARILLON_XCS XIRQ2 8 (16/18) MSEL JPEG_XCS CARILLON_XCS XIRQ2 RXD TXD C 43 85 (9/18) (15/18) (15/18) (18/18) IF_232C_RD LANC_GND/232C_TD XDS_FLASH 85 44 10 FB1401 XX 9 29 (3/18) D CL1401 MS_VCC_ON 25 (5/18) 36 (3/18) XSYS_RST ACK IC1402 BUFFER 2.8 3.2 DI XT CI XT GND VDD AOUT 8 RESET 3.2 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE C1402 XX VDD C1+ VCC C1C3+ C3- IC1404 XX C4+ GND C4VSS STBY VCHA D_OUT1 D_OUT2 R_IN1 R_IN2 C1405 XX B C1403 XX C1404 XX 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 1 3.2 3.8 2.2 3.1u B KSAON C1424 0.2 3.2 3.2 3.6 5 4 6 5 D_IN1 D_IN2 R_OUT1 R_OUT2 R1447 1k C1426 0.2 3.0 3. Q1402 UN9213J-(K8).0 3.SO INV.2 3.7 K 2.3V P F MSEL 47k XSH_WAKE_UP 232C_ON R1404 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 R3.2 0 3.0 3.2 3.2 3.7 XIRQ2 !WAIT S INT !XRD GND GND GND RXD VCC TXD D14 D15 D13 D12 DV NC NC OE 1 8 XRD XWR XRAS XCASL XCASH XDWR XEEP_CS XEEP_SCK EEP_DI EEP_DO 3.7 2.7 1.2 3.2 2 7 20 (5/18) 3.2 1.1 3.2 3.2 2. H 45 5 0 2.1u B CL1403 (RXD) CL1404 (MD1) CL1406 (RESET) CL1407 (GND) XCS_SH 0 19 (3/18) XRAS XCASL XCASH 0 0 0 R1.8V REG_GND R1450 100k 153 (18/18) IC1412 SHUTTER SOUND IC1412 ML2201-100MBZ060 3. 18 (5/18) XSH_WAKE_UP XDS_WAKE_UP 48 232C_ON (15/18) 232C_ON DS_BUSY XEEP_SCK EEP_DI EEP_DO 0 3.1u B XRD XWR XRD 3.7 0 A1 A2 A3 0 A4 A5 A6 R1414 100k R1415 100k R1416 100k R1417 100k R1418 100k R1419 100k R1420 100k R1421 100k R1422 100k R1423 100k R1424 100k R1425 100k R1426 100k R1427 100k R1428 100k R1429 100k R1430 100k R1431 100k R1432 100k R1433 100k R1434 100k R1435 100k R1436 100k D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 R1437 100k S_INT A0 A7 A8 A9 A10 VDD1 0 26 8 (3/18) 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 46 XCS_SH (15/18) XCS_DS A5 A6 A7 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 47 (10/18) (13/18) 47 47 (12/18) HI_SI (15/18) HI_SI A8 A9 A10 IC1401 DIGITAL STILL CONTROL IC1401 HD6437044P15XSZ 25 3.2 3.2/P0 L 31 VFI_VD (3/18) VFI_OE R1402 470k R1403 470k R1401 100k 4 0 EEP_RST XRD XCASH XDWR XCASL XRAS XCASH XDWR XCASL XRAS 16 (5/18) CARILLON_XCS JPEG_XCS MS_XCS XCS_SH XIRQ2 S_INT HI_SO D15 D14 D13 XWRH M 16 XWR XRD D12 4-51 4-52 VC-358D (4/18) .2 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 0 R1413 0 MS_3.2 2.SO INV.9 3.0 3.2 C1427 0.0 D8 3.2 HI_SI 3 HONEY XCS SI FROM HI XCS FLASH 6 2.2 21 (3/18) 21 2 7 (5/18) 3 2.1 3.2 3.1 R1408 3.2 3.2 3.2 XWRH VCC XCS NC XSCK RST DI GND DO 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 IC1405 BUFFER C1413 0.SO INV.2 0 0 R1407 0 470k 0 Q1403 UN9113J-(K8).2 0 0 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.2 D9 D10 D11 D5 D6 D7 D1 D2 D3 D4 CL1402 X1401 7.0 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B VC-358D BOARD(4/18) A RS-232C.2 3.2 REQ IC1402 TC7S08F(TE85R) 3.1u B D2 FB1403 D3 D4 C1412 10u 6.9 E 3 4 <ADDRESS BUS 0-10> <DATA BUS 0-15> D0 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 CK1 S_ACK XEEP_CS EEP_RST MS_XRST XSTART S_REQ D1 C1407 0.2 MS_IN JRST 27 24 28 (3/18) (5/18) (3/18) 1 2 5 2.3 SO TO HI PEG XCS 4 MS XCS XCS SH !XWRH !XWRL HI SCK 5 2.1 SPCK 38 4 3 6 (3/18) 232C_ON C1406 XX 1.7 2.1u B R1455 56 C1428 10u 6.0 3.1u B R1438 100k XWR C1415 0.2/P2.375MHz Q1401 UN9213J-(K8).2 !XSTART S PACK AVCC JREQ R1456 XX 3.2 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 VCC EXTAL MD3 XTAL GND D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 VCC D5 D6 D7 VSS D8 I 47 0 D0 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 Vcc G1G2A! Y1 Y2 A2 GND 2.2 3.2 3.2 6 5 R3.2 3.1V 23 (3/18) 23 3 (5/18) 45 0 3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.2 XCASH GND XDWR D9 D10 D11 IC1405 TC7W125FU-TE12R S_INT MS_XRST S_REQ S_ACK MS_XCS XWRH 1 8 XDWR 3.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R1411 47k R1412 47k D13 D14 D15 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 R1406 270 3.3V P 3 1 2 7 1.3 R1405 2700 C1410 470p CH 1608 2 J-ACK NC GND A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 232C_COM XEEP SCK XEEP DI XEEP DO VCC LED ON GND XRAS XCASL RESET CK PLLVSS PLLCAP PLLVCC GND MD1 VCC NMI 45 (10/18) (12/18) (15/18) 45 45 45 (11/18) XHI_SCK (13/18) HI_SO (18/18) HI_SO 4 C1411 0.2/P0 17 (3/18) 17 (5/18) 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 MS XRST IVOICE CI EEP RST MS VCC ON IVOICE DI XEEP CS 232C ON DRAK0 J RST GND GND 5V ON GND S REQ MSEL GND VCC AN0 NC IVOICE RESET IMS INSERT G 1 3.8 3.4 3.2 3. I/F STILL CONTROL (MS-2 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT R1444 47k R1446 47k D_2.2 3.

3V P A3 153 (18/18) 0.1V MS_VCC_ON MS_3.2 0.2 R0/P3.2 0.0 3.is not possible.2 18 (4/18) A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A2 G D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 A4 3.5 3.0 3.2 R1452 100 R1457 100 MS_IN FB1409 DIO FB1408 151 (18/18) 17 (3/18) 17 (4/18) D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 0 0 BS 0 Q1405 2SB1462J-QR(K8).2 A3 D1401 MA2S111-(K8).2 3.2 3.SO VCC 1.2 3. C1420 10p CH R1445 1M 1.1V MS_IN CK1 B 30 (3/18) 25 30 24 23 (3/18) FB1407 23 S_REQ MS_XCS S_ACK C 20 (4/18) S_INT S_INT MS_XRST MS_XRST S_REQ S_REQ S_ACK S_ACK MS_XCS MS_XCS XWRH XWRH XWR FB1405 R1443 100k C1422 0.0 3.SO R1454 1k Q1404.2 R0/P3.1 0.2 D 21 (3/18) 21 XWR (4/18) XRD D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A1 A8 A7 A6 A5 XRAS D6 D7 D4 D5 D14 D12 D13 XRD 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 XWRH XWRL XCS Vss A3 XDAK 3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.1u B C1423 10u 6.SO XRD XRD XCASH XDWR XCASL XRAS H 16 XCASH 16 (4/18) XDWR XCASL XRAS SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA VC-358D (5/18) 4-53 4-54 .2 3.0 3.7 3.2 26 C1425 0.2 3.5 1 5 3.2 D10 D13 D8 D12 D9 D11 XCASL D10 D9 XCASH XDWR XRD 3.2 2.2 0 R1448 100k Q1404 UN9213J-(K8).3V P REG_GND MS_XRST XWRH S_INT XWR XRD IC1408 16M DRAM FAST PAGE IC1408 MSM51V18160DSL-6LFS1 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC D15 VCC NC DQ15 DQ13 DQ14 VSS VCCQ DQ5 DQ6 NC DQ7 DQ8 NC NC NC XRAS A11 A10 A0 A7 A6 A5 A4 VCC VSS DQ1 DQ2 NC DQ3 DQ4 NC DQ12 NC DQ11 DQ9 DQ10 XLCAS NC XUCAS XWE XOE NC A8 A9 A2 A1 VSS A3 DQ16 C1418 10u 6.4 C1421 10p CH 22 (18/18) (4/18) (4/18) (4/18) (4/18) MS_3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.2 PO3 PO2 0 XRD XDRQ HCKI PO1 1 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 D0 2 R1449 100k D0 D1 A2 A1 D2 D3 D15 D14 D11 3.01u B 3 2 4 1.2 3.0 3.2 2.8 3.0 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X1402 20MHz 10 IC1411 MS DRV IC1411 TC7SU04FU(TE85R) 11 12 13 14 VC-358D BOARD(5/18) A MS DRIVE(MS-3 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE :Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark.1405 SWITCH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 3.1 4 3 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 A2 A1 SEL D15 D14 Vss VDD D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 PO0 PI3 E D6 8 IC1410 MS DRV IC1410 MB86189PFV-G-BND-ER-E1 PI2 PI1 PI0 VDD Vss SCKO SDIO BS SDIR SCKI 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 7 6 5 SCLK 3.2 R1453 4700 3.2 3.0 3.1 3.0 3.1 150 (18/18) F D14 D15 A1 A2 A3 A4 XINT XRS Vss D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 A9 A10 R1451 1k 3.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.
1 2 3 4
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE

VC-358D BOARD SIDE A

VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

VC-358D BOARD(6/18) A
DV SIGNAL PROCESS(JC-1 BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT

:Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark,is not possible.

XACC XACC XENA XENA DIR DIR FCLR FCLR FRL FRL LBUS3

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA
52
(7/18)

Y

Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

FB303 0uH C302 0.1u B A_2.8V FB306 0uH

REC PB

LBUS3 LBUS2 LBUS2 LBUS1 LBUS1 LBUS0 LBUS0

149

(10/18) (18/18) D_2.8V D_1.9V

B

149

153

(18/18)

FB305 0uH C303 0.1u B C301 0.1u B REG_GND

FB301 0uH C305 0.1u B X301 24.576MHz C307 10p CH C308 10p CH R307 XX R380 100 C310 4.7u B L303 0.56uH R312 270 R320 2200 C318 0.01u B R322 100 C322 0.47u B SFD_FCK SFD_LRCK SFD_LRCK SFD_BCK SFD_BCK DATA_TO_SFD DATA_FROM_SFD TCK TCK TMS TMS D302 KV1470TL1-3 C319 0.001u B TD_2-3 TD_2-3 TD_3-4 TD_3-4 R377 100 C348 4.7u B C320 10u 6.3V TA P DATA_TO_SFD DATA_FROM_SFD SFD_FCK

SIGNAL PATH
REC Ref.signal REC/PB PB

C

54

(16/18)

139

(18/18)

D_1.5V

XENA

LBUS3

LBUS2

LBUS1

LBUS0

XACC

FCLR

FRL

DIR

SFD_LRCK

SFD_BCK

MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA3

MCDA1

SFD_FCK

MCDA0

28
C312 0.01u B

D301 HSM88WK-TL

MCDA0

C313 0.001u B R311 10k C314 0.001u B C346 4.7u B

R310 10k

55 35 56

(8/18)

55

(10/18)

XVSP_SCK

VSP_SO

XCS_VFD

VSP_SI

FRRV

MCDA3 MCDA4 MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7 WRX RDX ALE MCCE

TRRV

TRRT

VREF

MCDA2

TD_2-3

TD_3-4

D

MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7 WRX RDX ALE MCCE

40

(13/18)

TMS

TCK

40

MCDA4 (7/18)

DATA_FROM_SFD

DATA_TO_SFD

(3/18) (10/18)

162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109

R381 100 C321 0.01u B

L305 10uH

OSCOUT

OVSS3

OSCIN

HVDD3

OVDD3

MSCSV

OVDD2

LRCKO

ADAO2

ADAO1

PVSS2

LBUS1

LBUS3

LBUS2

LBUS0

LRCKI

ADAI2

ADAI1

MSSCK

216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163

MSCSS WRX RDX DRP SWP ALE MCCE MCHA0 MCHA1 MCDA0 MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA3 MCDA4 MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7 SCWIN XRST F358 OSDVD OSDHD RVDD4 RVSS4 OSDR OSDL OSDP COL3 COL2 HVDD4 HVSS4 COL1 COL0 AFCKI RVDD5 RVSS5 YI0 YO0 YI1 YO1 YI2 YO2 YI3 YO3 YI4 YO4 RVDD6 RVSS6 YI5 YO5 YI6 YO6 YI7 YO7

WRX MCHA0 MCHA1 XRST_VSP VSP_SI XCS_VFD MCHA0 RDX MCHA1 XRST_VSP VSP_SI XCS_VFD MCCE XCS_SFD MCHA0 SWP SWP VREF TRRV FRRV TRRT DRP SCOD_WINDOW VREF TRRV FRRV TRRT MCDA3 DRP MCDA4 SCOD_WINDOW MCDA5 MCDA6 MCHA1 MCDA0 MCDA1 MCDA2 DRP SWP ALE

29

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 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108

E

XCS_SFD

PLLTES

PVDD2

FRRV

HVSS3

BCKI

OVSS2

FCKO

SCAN

TRRV

FCLR

VREF

TEST

FRL

OCKO

LVDD4

LVDD3

LVSS4

LVSS3

PCOR

ECKI

BCKO

LCKO

XOO

OCKI

TDO

XOI

TDI

XACC

XENA

MSO

TRRT

TMS

MSI

TCK

DIR

XSWE SSS DPVD DPHD HVSS2 HVDD2 LVSS2 LVDD2 MVDD2 RECCK MVSS2 RECDT RECA2 RECA1 SWPS CTRL0 CTRL1 ALLPS PLLMSK PLLSW ADDT5 ADDT4 ADDT3 ADDT2

XWEN SSS

SW_PS SW_PS ALL_PS ALL_PS CTRL1 CTRL1 CTRL0 CTRL0 RECA2 RECA2 RECA1 RECA1 RECCK RECCK RECDT RECDT PLLSW RECCK PLLMSK PLLMSK PLLSW

78

(13/18)

XCS_SFD

C317 0.01u B

F

R313

0

58

(8/18)

R306

0

RECDT RECA2 RECA1 SW_PS CTRL0 CTRL1 ALL_PS PLLMSK PLLSW ADDT5 ADDT4 ADDT3 ADDT2 ADDT1 ADDT0 DISP_HD PBCK DISP_VD ADDT5 ADDT4 ADDT4 ADDT3 ADDT3 ADDT2 ADDT2 ADDT1 ADDT1 ADDT0 ADDT0 PBCK PBCK ADDT5

G

MCDA7

41 41 41 41

(3/18) (9/18) (13/18) (17/18) VSP_SO XVSP_SCK VSP_SO XVSP_SCK

SCOD_WINDOW XRST_VSP XI OSDVD OSDHD

60 60

(11/18) (18/18)

H

OSDR OSDL OSDP COL3 C306 0.01u B (3/18) AFCK (10/18) XWEN (12/18) SSS XWEN SSS AFCK COL1 COL0 AFCK R305 0 COL2

61 61 61
Q302,304,306 BUFFER Q304 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO Q302 Q306 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO R331 4700 R336 4700 R343 4700 PANEL_G PANEL_R ATF_ERR

(8/18) (11/18) (18/18)

IC301
DV SIGNAL PROCESS IC301 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC

ADDT1 ADDT0 MVDD1 PBCK MVSS1 ATF AVDD3 IREFP AVSS3 PYOUT DVDD3 PCROUT DVSS3 PCBOUT AVDD2 IREFE AVSS2 EYOUT DVDD2 ECROUT DVSS2 ECBOUT AVDD1 IREFC AVSS1 COUT DVDD1 IREFY DVSS1 YOUT

R314 0 C323 0.01u B R315 3300

L306 10uH

33 33

59

(13/18)

FB307

I

C353 1u B C339 XX B

51

C327 22u 4V TA P

C328 0.01u B

62

(18/18)

0.2

VFO_HD VFO_VD VFO_OE

VFO_Y0 VFO_VD VFI_Y1 VFO_OE VFO_Y1 VFO_Y0 VFO_Y1 VFO_Y2 VFO_Y3 VFO_Y4 VFO_Y5 VFO_Y6 VFO_Y7 VFI_Y5 VFI_Y0 VFI_Y2 VFO_Y2 VFI_Y3 VFO_Y3 VFI_Y4 VFO_Y4

0.8

0.8

0.2

VFO_HD

0.2

VFI_Y0

PANEL_B 0.8

R316 3300

C340 XX B

J

R328 1k

R334 1k

R340 1k EVF_G EVF_R R384 0 EVF_B R385 0

VFO_Y0 VFO_Y1 VFO_Y2 VFO_Y3 VFO_Y4 VFO_Y5 VFO_Y6

64

(11/18)

R329 XX

R335 XX

R341 1500

R356 2200

R360 2200

IC301_Y_OUT R321 3300 C341 1u B Q301 XX Q303 XX IC301_C_OUT 0.6 0.6 0.6 Q308 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO

65

(9/18)

K
32
(3/18)

VFO_Y7 VFI_Y0

VFO_Y5 VFI_Y1 VFI_Y6 VFI_Y2 VFO_Y6 VFI_Y3 VFI_Y7 VFI_Y4 VFO_Y7 VFI_Y5 VFI_Y6

VFI_Y1 VFI_Y2 VFI_Y3 VFI_Y4 VFI_Y5 VFI_Y6 VFI_Y7 VFI_Y7

0

0

R317

3300

C342 1u B

R327 XX

R332 XX

R338 820

R351 270 Q307 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO

0
R358 150

Q305 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO

Q307,308 BUFFER

TESTD9

TESTD8

TESTD7

TESTD6

TESTD2

TESTD5

HVDD1

RVDD1

RVDD2

RVDD3

OVDD1

TRCKO

HVSS1

RVSS2

RVSS3

HVSS5

PVDD1

TSCKO

RVSS1

OVSS1

PCO

OEO

CI1

HI

VI

VFI_C0 VFI_C0 VFI_C1 VFI_C1 VFI_C2 VFI_C2 VFI_C3 VFI_C3 VFIO_C4 VFIO_C4 VFIO_C5 VFIO_C5 VFIO_C6 VFIO_C6 VFIO_C7 VFIO_C7

PVSS1

LVDD1

LVSS1

SPCKI

TRCKI

POO

CO0

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

CO6

CO7

POI

OEI

CI0

CI2

CI3

CI4

CI5

CI6

CI7

HO

VO

L

TESTD4

TESTD3

TESTD1

TESTD0

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

C326 R325 2.2u B 47

Q305 BUFFER SPCK

R382 0

18M R326 0 C315 0.001u B R318 10k L304 1.8uH R319 10k R323 330 R324 4700 C324 0.047u B OSDL OSDR OSDR COL3 OSDP COL2 COL1 C325 0.001u D304 KV1470TL1-3 B COL0 OSDVD OSDVD C316 0.001u B OSDHD XI XI OSDHD COL3 OSDP COL2 COL1 COL0 OSDL

VFIO_C4

VFIO_C5

VFIO_C6

VFIO_C7

VFO_HD

VFO_VD

VFI_HD VFI_VD VFI_OE

VFI_HD VFI_VD VFI_OE

VFO_OE

VFI_HD

VFI_VD

VFI_OE

VFI_C0

VFI_C1

VFI_C2

VFI_C3

27
C343 4.7u B C345 4.7u B R378 100 R379 100

D303 HSM88WK-TL

M

C309 0.01u B

C311 0.01u B

53

(7/18)

C352 0.01u B

N
16

4-55

4-56

VC-358D (6/18)

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12 SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC Y

13

14

VC-358D BOARD(7/18) A
DV INTERFACE(JC-2 BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE :Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark,is not possible.

Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

FB302 0uH D_1.9V D_2.8V (18/18) C304 0.1u B

PB

B

153

REG_GND

MCDA7

MCDA6

MCDA5

MCDA4

MCDA3

MCDA2

MCDA1

MCDA0

MCCE

WRX

RDX

ALE

C
40 40
(6/18) (13/18)

WRX RDX ALE MCCE MCDA0 MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA3

WRX DIR RDX XACC ALE LBUS3 MCCE LBUS2 MCDA0 MCDA1 LBUS0 MCDA2 XENA MCDA3 FRL MCDA4 FCLR MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7

DIR XACC LBUS3 LBUS2 LBUS1 LBUS0 XENA

40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

VSS

DA5

DA7

DA6

DA4

DA1

XIACC

DA0

XINT

52

(6/18)

LBUS1

60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41

FCLR

LBUS3 LBUS2 LBUS1 LBUS0

VDD2 ID3 ID2 ID1 ID0 VSS ICLK VSS XINEN FR OFR IFCLEAR VDD3 TEST0 TEST1 TEST2 TEST3 TEST4 TEST5 TEST6

VSS CNA XRESETP PWD VDD3 VDD2 AVS

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

FRL

XRESETL

IDIR

VSS

VDD3

XCS

DA3

DA2

XRD

VDD2

XRW

ALE

XRST_LINK

XACC

DIR

XDVCN XRST_PHY LIP_SLEEP

D

MCDA4 MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7

XDVCN XDVCN LIP_SLEEP LIP_SLEEP LPS (13/18) LPS OFR OFR XRST_LINK XRST_PHY XRST_LINK XRST_PHY FCLR XENA FRL

IC361
DV INTERFACE IC361 SN104266BGGM-TEB CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC

AVD3 AVD3 R1 R0 TPA+ TPATPB+ TPBAVD3 TPBIAS AVS AVD3 AVS

66

R361 12k

± 0.5% R364 12k ± 0.5%

E

TPA+ TPA+ TPATPATPB+ TPBR367 56 ± 0.5% R368 56 ± 0.5% C337 1u B R370 56 ± 0.5% R369 10k ± 0.5% R371 10k ± 0.5% R372 56 ± 0.5% C338 220p CH TPB+ TPB-

8

9

70

(9/18)

F

PLLGND

PLLVCC

TMP1

TMP3

PLLFLT

TEST7

TMP0

TMP2

VDD3

VDD2

TM0

VDD3

TM1

ENEC

VSS

VSS

LPS

VSS

61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

G
FB304 C329 0.01u B 18M

L307 10uH

C331 10u 6.3V TA P

H

XI LINE_OUT_V SPCK OSDL OSDL OSDR (6/18) OSDR COL3 COL3 OSDP COL2 COL1 COL0 OSDVD OSDHD 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.7 2.5 SPCK

OFR

LPS

C332 0.01u B

C333 0.01u B

C335 0.1u B

69 34

XI

XO

(12/18)

69 34

(15/18)

(3/18)

(10/18)

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

NC BLKB VC3 VBLA VC2 VC1 VC0 XVSYNC XHSYNC

9

TEST OSC OSC CMDCT VDD XPCL DATA XCS XCLK

10

0

BLKC

GND

53

1.1

R383 0 3.0

C334 0.01u B

5

I

OSDP COL2 COL1 COL0 OSDVD OSDHD

6

7

8

EVER_3.0V 2.7 0.1

4

13
XCS_OSD XOSD_SCK OSD_SO

(15/18)

3

2.7

2

2.8

1

147

(15/18)

147

(18/18)

IC302 MB90099PFV-G-103-BND-ER

J
16

37

IC302
CHARACTOR GENERATER XSYS_RST

(3/18) (11/18) (13/18) (18/18)

37 37 37

(10/18) (12/18) (15/18)

37 37 37

VC-358D (7/18)

4-57

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

4-58

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board. 2 3 1

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

VC-358D BOARD(8/18) A
REC/PB AMP(RF BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE

140 141

(18/18) (18/18)

TRF_2.8V RP_4.6V R126 0 1608 R125 0 1608 L102 10uH C107 22u 4V P L103 10uH C109 10u 6.3V P

B

L101 10uH C105 1u 10V 2012

PLLSW

PLLMSK

RECDT

REC_CRRT1

9100 ±0.5%

C
SW_PS SW_PS ALL_PS ALL_PS CTRL1 CTRL1 CTRL0 CTRL0 RECA2 RECA2 RECA1 RECA1 RECCK RECCK RECDT RECDT PLLSW PLLSW (6/18) PLLMSK PLLMSK

Q102 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO R0/ P2.5 PROTECT

R103 10k

C112 0.01u B

C113 47p CH C116 0.033u B

C118 47p CH

C125 0.01u B

R114 10k

8200 ±0.5% * R117

C106 0.01u B

C126 XX B

REC_CRRT0

22k

R115

R0/P2.5

C103 0.01u B

R116

R118

1.9 R104 6800 R107 150k R2.3/P2.1 2.8 4.6

22k

R110 470

R119 XX ± 0.5%

2.8

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.7

1.3

1.9

D
58

12 11 10 AD A GND VRB VRT

9 LOCK MON

8 AD A VCC

7 REC XP

6 PLL VCC

5 REC DATA

4 PD HOLD

3 PLL GND

2 FAST ACCESS

1 CP TC2

R113 4700

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 RECCONT_E RECI_IR GND GND PEAKI_IR PB_IR GND RECCONT_O PEAKT_IR FBDP_R D2L CL

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

10 11 12

R0.1/P1.1 4.6

PBCK

CLK AD D VCC DATA0 DATA1 DATA2 DATA3 DATA4 DATA5 AD D GND XSCK VDD SI

CP TC1 F GND

R2.3/P2.1 R108 12k

R112 12k

R0/P2.0 R0/P2.0 R4.1/P2.3 4.6

R2.3/P1.3

C102 0.01u B

C121 0.1u B C122 0.1u B C120 0.01u B

1.3

0

0

0

0

CO CE

30

YL XL D1L

R3.2/P1.7 R3.2/P1.7 1 1.3 R121 XX ± 0.5% R122 220 ± 0.5% 2 3 4 5 R3.2/P1.7 6 R3.4/P1.7 R123 220 ± 0.5% R124 220 ± 0.5% 7 8 9 10 R3.2/P1.7

CN101 GND YSDL XSDL GND YODD XODD GND YEVEN

10P VIDEO HEAD

ADDT1 R0.1/P1.0 ADDT2 R0.1/P0.9 ADDT3 R0.1/P1.0 ADDT4 R0.1/P1.2 ADDT5 REG_GND XDRP_SCK 2.6 1.9 D_1.9V FB101 DRP_SO R0/P2.0

EQ A/D CONV PLL IC101 CXA2071R-T4

DECUP F VCC R0/P2.7 IN TESTIN DC_TC2 DC_TC1 AGC GND AGCTC2

R2.3/P1.9 2.8

RECA2

R1.9/P0 2.8

GND RECA2 VCC3

2.8

3

C119 0.01u B

C124 0.01u B

RECA1 SW_PS CTRL0

R1.9/P0 R1.9/P0 0.8 1.9

RECA1 D2E PBSW_PS YE CONT0 R0.7/P0 CONT1 XE

4

GND

5

31

REC/PB AMP IC102 CXA2072R-T4

7

R109 10k C114 0.1u B

C123 0.01u B

VCC2 PB X OUT

9

E

R0.1/P1.1 ADDT0 R0.1/P1.1

IC101

R REF2 R REF3

R0.1/P1.2 R0/P0.6

PBYOUT

8

IC102

GND D2O YO XO DIO

SLD

R3.4/P1.7 R3.2/P1.7

ODD

6 R3.4/P1.7 R3.2/P1.7 2

EVEN XEVEN GND

S IO GND

AGC VCC

BUF OUT

BUF VCC

C115 470p B AGCTC1

33
ALL_PS DATA TEST GND VDD CLK

1

F

153

(18/18)

R3.4/P2.7

CTRL1

ATF OUT

I/O VCC

JSWP

ATF3

ATF2

ATF1

GND

GND

XCS

GND

DRP_SO XDRP_SCK

D1E

DRP_SO XDRP_SCK XCS_TRF REC_CRRT0 REC_CRRT1

VCC1

32
R106 1M C117 0.01u B 1.9

MD BLOCK(1/2) (C MECHANISM)
LND101 R3.4/P1.7 LND102 A R120 220 ± 0.5% LND103 A

71

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 R2.6/P1.5 R3.4/P2.7 2.6 1.5 1.0 2.8 4.6 1.3 0 4.6

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 R0.6/P0 1.9 4.6

(13/18)

XCS_TRF REC_CRRT0 REC_CRRT1

G

C104 0.1u B

ALL_PS RECCK RECDT XCS_TRF C108 0.01u B SWP C110 0.01u B R105 0 C111 470p B R127 68 CN007 C127 0.1u B C128 0.1u B 1 2 3 4 GND RF_MON SWP RF_IN/LANC_JACK_IN TDO GND TCK TDI PANEL_COM TMS H_START XHD/PSIG EVF_VB EVF_VR EVF_VCO GND EFN_BLEVF_VG LANC_SIG EVF_BL+ CPC 20P

72

REEL_EVR (14/18) CFG_DUTY

H

67

SWP (13/18) SWP

NC

10

(2/18)

TD_0-1

5 6 7

SIGNAL PATH I
REC PB
61
(6/18)

VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA Y Y/CHROMA

AUDIO SIGNAL

57 55
(6/18)

(10/18) (10/18)

TDO TCK

8 9 10 11

55

TMS

61

(11/18)

61

(18/18)

DISP_HD B

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

SIGNAL PATH J
Ref.signal REC REC/PB PB
75
(11/18)

R

74

(11/18)

HDO G

75 154 76 77

(18/18)

EVF_BL_4.6V

(18/18) (18/18) (15/18)

LANC_SIG EVF_BL+ XCPC_IN 0 0 R007 4700

19 20

K
16
Q004 UN9211J-(K8).SO SWITCH

4-59

4-60

VC-358D (8/18)

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16
A_4.6V

17
14 14 14
D_2.8V (1/18) (10/18) (18/18)

VC-358D BOARD(9/18) A
LINE IN/OUT(IO BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE
IC1301_CK FB1301 0uH

86
CN006 40P GND TPB1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 LCH_DET RCH_DET TPATPA+ TPBTPB+

(10/18)

IC1301_C_OUT IC1301_Y_OUT IC1301_Y_OUT2 L1302 10uH L1301 10uH C1312 1u B R1321 47k C1316 1u B C1319 150p CH C1320 0.001u B L1303 1uH C1323 XX B L1304 10uH

R1323 33k

X1301 13.5MzH R1324 470

153

(18/18)

B

TPB+ GND TPATPA+ GND GND AUDIO_R_I/O RCH_DET

70

(7/18)

C1318 1u B

6 6

(1/18) IC903_APC_ERROR (10/18) S_C_I/O S_Y_I/O VIDEO_I/O

R1320 33k

C1332 10u 10V P REG_GND 2.4 1.6 0 0 0 0 0 4.6

VIDEO_I/O S_C_I/O S_Y_I/O

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 VREF MM_TC3 PLL_GND BGT_OUT PLL_VCC INPUT_Y_OUT INPUT_C_OUT 4FSC_OUT MM_TC2 APC_FIL EXTAL XTAL

C1333 XX B

C

GND AUDIO_L_I/O LCH_DET GND GND TO JK-267 BOARD CN301 GND

80

(12/18) 4.6 Q1301 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO BUFFER 0 R1304 100 0 R1312 33 R1314 R1316 33 33 R1318 22k ± 0.5% C1311 2.2u B

41
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 0 IR MAIN_GND1 Y_IN1 MAIN_GND2 SYNC_SEP_TC Y_IN2 CLAMP_TC1 Y_IN3 CLAMP_TC2 Y_IN4 Y_GCA_CONT C_IN1

C1341 100u 4V C1330 100u 4V R1326 1k C1338 2.2u B

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

40 39 IC1301
LINE IN/OUT AMP IC1301 AN2225NFHQBA LQFP

IR_V_OUT V_VCC DRV_V_OUT V_INV V_GND Y_GND

DR_V_OUT

4.6

16 17 18 19 20 21 SDC_IN R1301 4700

(PAGE 4-14)

R1302 4700 C1308 2.2u B Q1302,1303,1305 2.8 SWITCH Q1302 UN9113J-(K8)-S0

1.2

VIDEO_I/O V_JACK_IN GND S_Y_I/O GND S_C_I/O XS_JACK_IN GND GND HP_L_OUT

1.3 1.3

R1329 1k

D

C1301 0.01u B

R1305 220k

C1309 0.033u B

0 1.2 2.2

87

(13/18) 0

34 35

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 XS_JACK_IN V_JACK_IN AU_LINE_I/O_R L_OUT AU_LINE_I/O_L R_OUT HP_JACK_IN

XVIDEO_IN XCS_IO XCS_IO 0

C1310 2.2u B

C1304 0.22u B

38 37
C_GND

C1342 100u 4V 1.3 1.3 4.6 4.6 0.1 0 C1328 0.01u B R1325 10k C1340 R1327 100u 4V 1k C1337 2.2u B C1343 22p CH

DR_Y_OUT

DRV_Y_OUT Y_INV Y_VCC C_VCC DRV_C_OUT SDC

C1306 1u B

0 1.2 0.5

R1328 1k R1330 2200

81

(15/18)

41 79
(16/18)

(3/18) (6/18) VSP_SO (13/18) (17/18) ACC_CONT XVSP_SCK R1306 10k 1.0 VSP_SO XVSP_SCK Q1303 2SC5376F-B(TPL3) 2.3 R1333 XX R1334 XX R1313 33 R1315 R1317 33 33 C1307 0.01u B C1305 1u B

0

36
C_GCA_CONT AGC_VOUT MAIN_VCC D_GND D_VCC C_IN2 C_IN3 C_IN4 SI

E

41 41

DR_C_OUT

GND HP_R_OUT HP_JACK_IN GND GND LANC_DC XLANC_JACK_IN GND

XSCK

83

(13/18)

41

XCS

1 0 0.5

2

3 4.6

4

5

6 0

7 2.8

8 0.7

9

10 11 12 2.6 2.6

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 LANC_GND/232C_TD LANC_SIG/232C_RD LANC_DC XLANC_JACK_IN

88 84
(15/18)

ACC_CONT (10/18) AGC_CONT AGC_CONT

C1329 0.01u B

Q1304 R1307 XX XX

C1303 XX B

R1319 1k R1322 1k AGC_CONT

F

LANC_SIG/232C_RD GND LANC_GND/232C_TD GND GND GND

Q1305 2SC5376F-B(TPL3)

DR_C_OUT

DR_Y_OUT

ACC_CONT

XVSP_SCK

(4/18)

(15/18) C1302 0.01u B

DR_V_OUT

85

85

R1308 10k 1.0

2.3

VSP_SO

C1313 10u 6.3V P

C1315 0.01u B C1314 1u B C1321 0.01u B

65

IC301_Y_OUT TO(6/18) IC301_C_OUT

XCS_IO

G

C1322 0.1u B

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL
R1332 XX C1344 XX L1305 XX R1331 XX

H
16

PB

VC-358D (9/18)

4-61

4-62

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

VC-358D BOARD(10/18) A
LINE A/D(IN BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
TD_3-4 TCK TMS TDO

NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE
SPCK

47 (4/18)
HI_SI

47 (12/18) 47 (15/18)

47 (13/18)
XCS_IC903

34 (3/18)

34 (7/18)

89 (15/18) 45 (4/18) 45 (13/18) 37 (3/18) 45 (11/18) 45 (15/18) 37 (7/18) 37 (13/18) 45 (12/18) 45 (18/18) 37 (11/18) 37 (15/18)

R955 100k

R954 100

HI_SO XHI_SCK

149 (6/18)

149 (18/18)

A_2.8V R904 XX 1005 ± 5% A_4.6V L901 10uH C904 10u 10V TA A R909 47k Q904,905 SWITCH 4.6 R3.9/P4.6 L902 10uH Q904 2SA2018H-T2L R4.6/P0 C931 0.1u B C910 10u 6.3V P R930 0 C935 22p CH

B
14 (1/18) 14 (9/18) 14 (18/18)

XSYS_RST

37 (12/18) 37 (18/18)

R2.7/P0

R912 10k

FB901 D_2.8V C933 10u 6.3V P REG_GND

C922 1u B

2.7

2.3

2.7

1.2

2.3

2.4

0

PSCNTO

RCKSEL

DVSS4

DVSS3

ADATB

DVDD3

SO

MZSEL

TRST

TMS

TDO

XCS

XSCK

TCK

TS2

IC1301_Y_OUT2

R957 2200 R958 1k R2.5/P0 R1.9/P0 R956 3900 C901 10u 6.3V P R1.4/ P0.7

R907 10k

R908 10k

R4.6/P0 R1.9/P0 R1.3/P0 R1.3/P0 C912 1u B C913 0.01u B R2.1/P0 C911 1u B

ADABOT ADAIN ADATOP ADAVDD ADAVSS AD8IN AD8BOT AD8VDD AD8VSS AD8TOP AD8TB DAVSS DAREF APCVO AGCVO CLPVO ACCVO DATOP DABOT DAVDD

3

IC1301_Y_OUT

42

TS0

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Q903 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO BUFFER R2.0/P0 R911 680

R0.7/P0

1

VERIFY

ZCKI

TS1

TDI

SI

C

Q905 UN9213J-(K8).SO

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61

0

0

R2.7/P0

2.7

R0/P4.6

2.9 R1.2/ P2.2

R1.4/P0

C932 0.01u

153 (18/18)

44

R1.3/P0.1 IFI_Y0 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_Y1 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_Y2 R0.2/P0.1 IFI_Y3 R1.4/P0.1 IFI_Y4 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_Y5 R0.8/P0.1 IFI_Y6 R0.8/P0.1 IFI_Y7 2.7 R1.1/P0.1 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_C1 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_C2 R1.1/P0.1 IFI_C3 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_C4 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_C5 R1.0/P0.1 IFI_C6 R1.7/P0.1 IFI_C7 2.7 C934 0.1u B IFI_C0

2

DYOUT0 DYOUT1 DYOUT2 DYOUT3 DYOUT4

D

86 (9/18)
IC1301_C_OUT

C936 39p CH

2.8

0 C903 0.01u B IC1301_CK C902 0.01u B C908 0.1u C916 1u B C917 1u B R916 470 C918 1u B R1.4/P0.1 R1.8/P1.2 R1.6/P0.5 AGC_CONT 0 0 Q906 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO BUFFER Q902 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO BUFFER C914 1u B C915 0.01u B 0

7

6

5

4

2.8

IC903
A/D CONV IC903 MB87L4261PFV-G-BND-ER

DYOUT5 DYOUT6 DYOUT7 DVSS2 DVDD2 DCOUT0 DCOUT1 DCOUT2 DCOUT3 DCOUT4 DCOUT5 DCOUT6

E
6 (1/18) 6 (9/18) 88 (9/18)
ACC_CONT IC903_APC_ERROR

R1.4/P0.7 R0/P0.5 C919 0.01u B C920 0.01u B R1.6/P0 R1.2/P0 2.8 C921 0.01u B

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

9

8

43
OSCSEL XPLRST PLLVDD OSVDD DVDD0 XACLKE PLLVSS EXCKI VCXOO MCSEL AHD AVD DVDD1 OSVSS DVSS0 ACLKO AOE DVSS1 VCXOI BCKI

DCOUT7 XRST

8 (2/18)

8 (3/18)

F

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

2.7

2.8

2.7

2.7

R1.2/P2.4

R1.3/P2.7

R1.3/P0.1

R2.6/P0.1

G SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA Y Y/CHROMA
R924 0

R2.5/P0.1

2.7

0

IFI_HD IFI_VD R936 0 R953 0 R949 0 TCK TMS TMS TD_3-4 C930 0.1u B C926 0.1u B 1608 R932 XX C929 0.1u B TDO TD_3-4 TDO IFI_OE IFI_VD IFI_OE AFCK

33 (3/18)

33 (6/18)

H
16

REC PB

C928 0.01u B

TCK

55 (6/18) 56 (6/18) 57 (8/18) 11 (13/18)

55 (8/18)

4-63

4-64

VC-358D (10/18)

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

VC-358D BOARD(11/18) A
RGB DRIVE/TG(VF BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT
SBLK BGP FRP
L1803 10uH C1812 3.3u 25V TA A C1814 0.1u B

NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE

R1807 15k R0.6/P0 36 35

R2.7/P0 34 33

0 32

R1.4/P0 31 30 29 28 27

13.6 26 25

R_INJECT

P_DC_DET

BLACK_IN

EXT_DA

PFRP

37

N.C XC.SAVE XSCK SI XCS Vcc1 2.8 TRAP_ADJ 2.8 LPF_ADJ R2.8/P0 XP.SAVE R1.8/P0 B_IN R1.8/P0 G_IN R1.8/P0 R_IN IC1802 RB5P004AM1

38

23

XC_SAVE XHI_SCK XTG_SO XCS_EVF L1801 22uH C1804 XX B R1802 XX C1803 XX B XP_SAVE R1803 XX

R2.8/P0 2.4

50 49 IC1802
R.G.B DRIVE

24

C1824 0.01u B

XVP.SAVE

Vcc2

PRG

FRP

BGP

B
R1.1/P0

N.C

VP

R6.8/P0 VB R1.7/P0 B_DC_DET R6.8/P0 VG R1.7/P0 G_DC_DET

R1821 100 C1817 2.2u R1822 100 C1818 2.2u R1823 100 C1819 2.2u G HDO HDO B R

39

C

R1801 470k

2.7

40

2.9

41

42

43

C1801 22u 6.3V TA A

44

R1805 0

D
R1831 0 R1832 0 EVF_R

45

45 46
R1.4/P0.1 BIAS R1.4/P0.1 OP_IN+ OP_OUT R1.5/P0.1 VCO R2.1/P0.1 XSH.SAVE COM_DC R6.5/P0 OP_INSH_R SH_G SH_B SH_A N.C

16

VREF Vcc3 COM_OUT COM_IN

17

C1802 0.1u B

18

GND2 GND1

19

R1804 0

2.8

R1.7/P0 R_DC_DET

20

48

R6.8/P0 VR

21

22

74 (8/18)

13.6

46

15

C1805 0.01u B C1806 0.01u B C1807 0.01u B

0.6

47

14

R1827 XX

C1821 XX F 27

CN002 COM G R B BLK HCK1 HCK2 HST RGT DCG/CLR EN STB VCK2 VST VSS VSS EVF_VCC

27P

64 (6/18)

EVF_G EVF_B

R1833 0

48

13

R1820 XX R6.6/P0 R1828 XX C1822 4.7u B TG24

26 25 24 23 TG23 22 TG22 21 TG21 20 TG20

E

61 (6/8)

61 (8/8) 60 (6/18)

61 (18/18) 60 (18/18) 90 (15/18)

XHD DISP_HD XVD DISP_VD XCS_EVF XCS_EVF XHI_SCK XHI_SCK C1827 C1825 XX XX CH C1826 CH XX CH

47

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12 R1816 100k C1813 1000p SL L1802 3.3uH

R1819 0 D1802 1SV288

R1808 2700

R1810 68k

2.8

R1.4/P0.1

R0.9/P0

R2.8/P0

R0.9/P0

R0.9/P0

19 TG18 18 TG17 17 TG16 16 TG15 15 TG14 14 13 C1823 2.2u F 12 11 10 9

45 (4/18) 45 (13/18)

45 (10/18) 45 (15/18) 148 (14/18)

45 (12/18) 45 (18/18) 148 (18/18) 91 (18/18) 153 (18/18)
HI_SO EVF_13.5V EVF_2.8V

R1815 1M

SHR

SHG

SHB

SHA

HI_SO

R1809 47k

C1811 0.1u B C1810 560p CH

TO LB-100D BOARD CN200 (THROUGH THE FP-193 FLEXIBLE)

F

FB1801 0uH C1808 0.1u B

R1811 22k

REG_GND

R1814 68k

C1815 82p CH

(PAGE 4-31)

EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_GND EVF_BL_4.6V EVF_BL_4.6V XTALLY_LED DET LED ON/OFF PWM N.C N.C

XC_SAVE

XP_SAVE

R1.4/P0.1

37 (12/18)

37 (13/18)

37 (15/18) 37 (18/18)

XSYS_RST R1830 0 C1809 XX B 36

2.7

G

R1806 XX

R2.8/P0

37 (3/18)

37 (7/18)

37 (10/18)

60

R1.4/P2.8

SHR

SHG

SHB

SHA

8 7 6 R2.8/P0 5 4 3 2 1 0 TG24 TG23

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

28

27

26

25

37

24

BGP

R2.7/P0 XCLP TEST SBLK FRP TEST XSCK VDD XCS SO SI VDO XVD

51

R1.4/P2.8 XSTBY

R0.9/P0 GND

SHR R0.9/P0

SHG R2.8/P0 SHB R0.9/P0

XCSAVE

OSCO

XCLR

TEST

OSCI

RPD

SHA

H
SBLK FRP 0 R1.4/P0

38

HCK1 HCK2

23

59

BLK

XTALLY_LED

92 (12/18) 75 (8/18)

58 57

R1.4/P0 R1.4/P0

39

22

TG22 EVF_BL_4.6V

52 IC1803
TIMING GENERATOR IC1803 CXD3501AR-T4

0 HST RGT VDD DCG/CLR EN STB

75 (18/18)

40

21

TG21 TG20

R2.8/P0

41

42

2.8

19
R2.8/P0

XHI_SCK

2.4

20
2.8

I
XCS_EVF XTG_SO HI_SO

43

2.9

18

TG18 TG17 TG16 TG15 TG14

R2.7/P0

44

2.7

17
R2.8/P0

SIGNAL PATH
VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA

45

R1.2/P2.3

16
R1.4/P0

56 53 54
CMPO DETIN XWRT TESTI PWM TEST HDO GND LED +IN HD -IN

46

VCK VST N.C

15
0

47

J

48

1 2.5 XHD

2

3

4

5

6

7 0

8

9

10

11

12 2.8

R0.3/P0

R0/P2.8

K
16

R0/P2.8

13

XVD

2.7

55

14

HDO

VC-358D (11/18)

4-65

4-66

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

VC-358D BOARD(12/18) A
CAMERA CONTROL(CA(MC) BLOCK)
XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE
CN004 13P ZM_SPD_SEL 1 2 H_ZOOM_AD 3 H_ZOOM_AD LI UNREG UNREG XSW_LED_VTR XSW_LED_VTR D_2.8V KEY_ADO KEY_AD1 GND GND TO FK-088 BOARD CN501 (THROUGH THE FP-895 FLEXIBLE) ZM_SPD_SEL XS/S_SW(HAND)

93 (14/18) 93 (16/18)

93 (15/18) 93 (18/18)
VTR_UNREG Q001 2SK2009(TE85L) LED DRIVE BATT_LI_3V R5.8/P0

4 5 6 7 8 R0/P2.7 9 10 11 12 XTALLY_LED 0 R2.7/ P0 R008 0 R001 100k 13 D005 01BZA8.2(TE85L)

B
94 (15/18)

XS/S_SW KEY_AD0 KEY_AD1

(PAGE 4-27)

92 (11/18)

C
101 (18/18) 102 (18/18)
TALLY_LED F_TALLY_LED

Q003 UN9211J-(K8).SO LED DRIVE

R009 XX

TALLY_LED

XWEN SSS

51 (6/18)

C_RST

RXD

TXD

CS_CAM

CORE_RST

STRB_DA

R815 1k

R816 1k

ZM_FC_LED ZM_RST_SENS FC_RST_SENS HALL_AD TEMP TEMP_OUT IRIS_PWM IRIS_PWM ND_SW1 ND_SW1 ZM_RST FC_RST HALL_AD

ND_SW3

TEST_A

103 (18/18)

ZM_FC_LED

TALLY_LED

D

ND_MZ_LED ND_MZ_LED

104 (18/18)

L801 10uH 2520 C801 22u 4V

R852 100k

R850 100k R851 100k
2.7

105 (18/18) 106 (18/18)

R803 100k

C802 0.1u B

E

2.5

2.3

0

R2.7/P0

R2.6/ P0

R0/P2.7

2.7

2.7

0

0

2.7

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
TEST_C R0.1/P2.7 ND_SW3 R838 100k CORE_RST XCS_CAM STRB_DA SW_LED_ON TEST_A TEST_B R841 470k TALLY_LED F_TALLY_LED R842 470k R843 470k VSS PWE VDD RXD TXD

107 (18/18)

ND_SW2 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 ND_SW3 Y_OUT Y_OUT P_OUT Y_PWM Y_PWM P_PWM
4

D_2.8V
C809 0.1u B C807 0.1u B

153 (18/18)

REG_GND

UCORE_STBY STBY_S/H XMIC_MONO EXT_MIC_DET L_CH_DET SSS XWEN VP_LOCK_DR VAP_DD_ON C_RST VP_LOCK_SENS SOFT_V AVSS LENS_THEMAL_AD R0.6/P0.2 I_HALL_AD R_CH_DET VDD

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

108 (18/18)

P_OUT

1

UCORE_STBY STBY_S/H

R0/P2.7 R2.7/P0
2 3

R854 1k 2.7 0 0.2 0.2 2.7

XMIC_MONO MIC_DET

D_3.1V

152 (1/18)

152 (18/18)

F

109 (18/18)

P_PWM VAP_DD_ON VP_LOCK_DR 0

R822 1k R836 470k R837 470k C803 0.1u B

L_DET R_DET

VAP_DD_ON

110 (18/18)

VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VP_LOCK_SENS VP_TEMP VP_TEMP C_RST VP_LOCK_SENS SOFT_V VP_LOCK_DR VAP_DD_ON

R2.7/P0 2.7 R2.7/P0
8 7 6

5

2.7 1.2

0
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

TEMP HALL_AD R831 1k R809 1k R806 1k

111 (18/18)

C_RST

R0/P2.7 2.6

9

C812 0.1u B

R807 1M R804 1M

IC802
CAMERA CONTROL IC802 CXP972048-025R-T6

G
112 (18/18)

R808 1M

ZM_SPD_SEL H_ZOOM_AD XHI_SCK1

PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_LED

PS_OUT YS_OUT ND_MZ_LED 3.1 ZM_FC_LED ND_SW1 MZ_B Q801 UN9211J-(K8).SO LED DRIVE ND_SW2 ZM_RST FC_RST 2.7 2.7 0 MF_A MIC_DET MF_B MZ_A XMIC_MONO MZ_B CA_XCS_EEPROM 2.7 XCS SCK DI DO VCC BUSY RST GND
1 8

ZM_SPD_SEL H_ZOOM_AD ZOOM_SW_AD R1.3/P0 P_OUT R1.3/P0 Y_OUT R1.4/P0 PS_OUT R1.3/P0 YS_OUT R2.5/P0 VP_TEMP GENERAL_AD AVSS

VSS

1.4 R826 1k R828 1k R829 1k C805 0.01u B P_OUT Y_OUT R839 R840 4700 4700 PS_OUT YS_OUT VP_TEMP C808 0.01u B R827 100k 0 R833 100k R832 XX R853 1k C804 0.1u B R805 1M

45 (4/18)
XHI_SCK HI_SO

45 (10/18) 45 (15/18)

45 (11/18) 45 (18/18)

MF_B MF_B MF_A MZ_B MZ_A R_DET RCH_DET LCH_DET MF_A

R2.6/P0 0 2.6

ND_MZ_LED ZM_FC_RST_LED ND_SW1 R2.5/P2.7 ND_SW2 ZOOM_RST_SENSOR FOCUS_RST_SENSOR MF_LED MF_A MF_B MZ_A
IO_SYNC 2.7 XCS_EEPROM XWEN_EEPROM

DATA_FROM_HI1

45 (13/18)

47 (4/18)
DATA_TO_HI1 HI_SI

47 (10/18) 47 (15/18) 37 (7/18) 37 (11/18) 37 (15/18) 37 (18/18)

113 (18/18)

MZ_A

0

H
80 (9/18) 96 (18/18) 114 (18/18)

47 (13/18) 37 (3/18)

L_DET

0

0 0 0 R2.7/P0

XRST_FROM_HI

EXT_MIC_DET XMIC_MONO R801 100k

61
HI_SI R1.2/P2.2 HI_SO CAM_SO R0.3/P0.1 CAM_SCK XWEN_MEM IRIS_PWM R0.6/P0 Y_PWM R1.3/P0 P_PWM R1.3/P0 XCS_CAM CAM_SI

XSYS_RST

37 (10/18) 37 (13/18)

AD_SI

MZ_B

R830 1M
HI_SCK

R835 1M C810 22u 4V P C811 0.1u B L802 10uH XCS_CAMERA

LINE_OUT_V

69 (7/18)

69 (15/18)

EXTAL

XRST

XTAL

VDD

VSS

FLD

VD

I
CAM_SCK CAM_SO CAM_SI STBY_S/H TS_WEN CAM_SCK CAM_SO CS_CAM CORE_RST CORE_RST UCORE_STBY CAM_SI UCORE_STBY CAM_SI SOFT_V CAM_FLD

2.7 2.5
2 7

R802 100k 2.7 XWEN_EEPROM

R0.3/P0.1
3 6

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
CA_XCS_EEPROM 2.7 2.7 3.1 1.3 1.3 2.7

C806 0.1u B 2.4
FRQ AGC_CONT1 CAM_SCK STRB_DA CAM_SO

XCS_CAMERA ZOOM_VR_AD

98 (15/18)

B_OFFSET

2.5
4 5

XRST_FROM_HI

DATA_FROM_HI1

3 (1/18)

STBY_S/H TS_WEN CAM_SCK

IC801 BR9080RFV-E2

R820 47k

R818 1k

G_OFFSET

R2.7/P0.1

XWEN_EEPROM

R1.3/P0.1

2.5

2.5

2.7

2.8

2.3

AGC_CONT2 AGC_CONT2 AGC_CONT1 AGC_CONT1 R_GAIN 3.2 R_GAIN B_GAIN B_GAIN R_OFFSET R_OFFSET G_OFFSET G_OFFSET B_OFFSET FRQ B_OFFSET FRQ

XCS_CAMERA

4 (1/18) 4 (2/18)

CAM_SO CS_CAM

R814 R813 100k

100k

XHI_SCK1

R812

100k

IRIS_PWM

J

DATA_TO_HI1

0.7

0.1

1.3

2.5

Y_PWM

P_PWM

IC801
EEPROM

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
DI R0.3/P0.1 CLK LD GND FRQ DO B_OFFSET IC803 MB88346LPFV-G-BND-ER AGC_CONT1 G_OFFSET VCC

1.8

0

2 (1/18)

AGC_CONT2

ND_OFFSET

IRIS_GAIN

R_GAIN

B_GAIN

CAM_SCK

CAM_FLD

VDD

VSS

K

5 (2/18)

ND_GAIN

SOFT_V IFI_OE IFI_VD

R_OFFSET

R819 1M

IRIS_OFFSET

IRIS_OFFSET IRIS_OFFSET IRIS_GAIN IRIS_GAIN

100 (18/18)

CAM_VD

TS_WEN

CAM_SI

CAM_VD

CAM_SO

X801 20MHz

1

2
1.1

3

4
0.9

5
0.3

6
0.2

7
1.5

8
1.6

9

10
3.2

CAM_TEST_A

TEST_A TXD RXD

97 (18/18)

CAM_TXD CAM_RXD

IC803
AGC_CONT2

EVR
IRIS_GAIN

IRIS_OFFSET

R_GAIN

16

B_GAIN

L

R_OFFSET

4-67

4-68

VC-358D (12/18)

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B

For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

VC-358D BOARD(13/18)
MECHANISM CONTROL(MC BLOCK)

NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE

:Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark,is not possible.
C506 0.01u B R516 100k R517 47k C508 10u 6.3V TA P REG_GND FB501 BLM11A102S D_2.8V

A

XX MARK:NO MOUNT

153 (18/18)

XREEL_HALL_ON

XRST_VSP

DRUM_PG

DRUM_FG

DEW_AD

TREEL_FG

CAP_FG

SREEL_FG

SDC_IN

TRRV

FRRV

OFR

VREF

41 (3/18) 41 (9/18)

41 (6/18) 41 (17/18) 42 (3/18)

XVSP_SCK VSP_SO

XVSP_SCK VSP_SO

C509 1u

ATF_ERR

VFI_OE

IFI_VD

TRRT

R518 220k DRUM_FWD DRUM_FWD MODE_SW_A MODE_SW_B MODE_SW_C MODE_SW_D REC_PROOF_SW DEW_AD CAP_FG 2.7 CAP_ON CAP_FWD

R514 4700

B

XCS_HONEY

XCS_HONEY

C505 0.01u B

IC502
EEPROM IC502 AK6417AM-E2 2.7 XCS Vcc C507 0.01u B

MODE_SW_A MODE_SW_B MODE_SW_C MODE_SW_D REC_PROOF_SW DEW_AD

CL501

CL502

XCS_EVR_DAC

XCS_EVR_DAC XCS_AU2 XCS_AUVOL C504 0.1u B

CL503

R515

0

166 (14/18)

155 (17/18)

XCS_AU2 XCS_AUVOL

1

8
2.7

C

156 (16/18)

XCS_AU1 XAUDIO_IN XDRP_SCK DRP_SO

XCS_AU1 XAUDIO_IN

62
120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91

2.6

XSCK XBUSY DI DO RST GND

2

7
2.7

0.7

CAP_FG CAP_ON CAP_FWD

3

6

DRUM_8PB/PLUG_DC_SW

XREEL_HALL_ON

PLUG_DC_LEVEL

CFG_COUNT

CFG_COUNT

DRUM_PG

SREEL_FG

DRUM_FG

EXVSYNC

DEW_DET

CAP_FG

VREF

TRRV

FRRV

VDD

RF_ENV_DET

DRP_SO XCS_TRF

C502 10p CH

X501 20MHz

XCASETTE_IN

BBI_LINE_X8

XRST_VTR

TREEL_FG

ATF_ERR

SDC_IN

TRRT

AVSS

AVRH

AVDD

OOE

VSS

NC

FP

XDRP_SCK

2.4

161 (14/18)

4

71 (8/18)

XCS_TRF REC_CRRT0 REC_CRRT0 REC_CRRT1 REC_CRRT1

5

R506 XX C503 10p CH X0 X1 VSS MD2 MD1 MD0 XSYS_RST XPWAD XPWDA XRST_LINK XRST_PHY ANALOG_MUTE ALE XDVCN WR01 RDX XCS_VFD XCS_AOI XCS_DAC AUDIO_IN XCS_XYZ1 FFEEW_UP XCS_TRF XCS_XYZ2 VDD MCDA0 MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA3

CAP_PWM

CAP_PWM

115 (14/18)

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

EEP_RDY/BSY EEP_RST XCS_EEP DEM1 DEM0 HP_JACK_IN LIP_SLEEP HI_SO(HI tMC) HI_SI(MC tHI) XHI_SCK DRP_SI DRP_SO

R532 100k

1

DRUM_ON DRUM_START

DRUM_ON DRUM_START DRUM_PWM DRUM_FG DRUM_PG

3

2

5

D

157 (14/18)

FFREW_UP

FFREW_UP C501 0.001u B R501 R502 R503 100k 100k 100k XRST_PHY 100k ANALOG_MUTE R505 DRP_SI XDVCN WRX DEM0 RDX XCS_VFD XCS_IO XCS_EVR_DAC XAUDIO_IN XCS_AU1 MCHA0 FFREW_UP XCS_TRF XCS_AU2 470k ALE XPWAD XPWDA

4

DEM1 DEM0 R519 1k LIP_SLEEP R526 470k

DRUM_PWM DRUM_FG DRUM_PG

162 (14/18)

SDC_IN

SDC_IN XVIDEO_IN XCS_IO

7

6

87 (9/18)

XVIDEO_IN XCS_IO

LOAD UNLOAD R527 100k DRP_SI R520 R521 150 220 DRP_SO TAPE_LED_ON DRP_SCK LPS VSP_SI R522 R523 150 220 VSP_SO XVSP_SCK R531 470k SREEL_FG TREEL_FG XREEL_HALL_ON R528 100k TAPE_TOP TAPE_END LM_LIM_ON LM_LIM_DET

LOAD UNLOAD LM_LIM_ON LM_LIM_DET TAPE_LED_ON TAPE_TOP TAPE_END SREEL_FG TREEL_FG XREEL_HALL_ON

XDRP_SCK

R504

E

158 (18/18)

DRP_SO DRP_SI

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

XRST_LINK

9

8

IC501
MECHA CONTROL IC501 MB91192LGA-G-162-ER CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC

XDRP_SCK LPS VSP_SI VSP_SO XVSP_SCK XCS_MC_FLASH XHI_CS_MC XCS_HONEY REEL_PWM CAP_PWM DRUM_PWM VSS GND(EXTAL) N.C.(XTAL) VDD DRUM_START SWP_75Hz

163 (14/18)

DEM0 DEM1 DEM1 XPWAD XPWDA ANALOG_MUTE ANALOG_MUTE

159 (16/18)

XPWAD XPWDA

F

XCS_HONEY

R524 R525

10k 47k

MCHA0 MCHA1 SWP XRST_VSP VSP_SI VREF

CAP_PWM DRUM_PWM HP_JACK_IN

MCHA1 SWP XRST_VSP VSP_SI VREF

83 (9/18)

MCDA0 MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA3 MCDA4

G

78 (6/18)

TRRV TRRV XCS_VFD XCS_SFD FRRV XCS_VFD XCS_SFD FRRV TRRT DRP DRP SCOD_WINDOW SCOD_WINDOW

DRUM_START

XHI_SCK HI_SO

45 (4/18) 45 (12/18) 47 (4/18) 47 (12/18)

45 (10/18) 45 (15/18) 47 (10/18) 47 (15/18)

45 (11/18) 45 (18/18)

MODE_SW_D

MODE_SW_A

MODE_SW_B

SCOD_WINDOW

MCDA4

DRP HI_SI

MODE_SW_C

LM_LIM_DET

LM_LIM_ON

TAPE_LED_ON

DRP

REC_PROOF

DRUM_FWD

DRUM_ON

MCDA7

MCHA0

MCHA1

MCCE

LM+

VSS

LM-

SWP

R507 1k

CAP_FWD

XCS_SFD

CAP_ON

MCDA5

MCDA6

TAPE_TOP

VIDEO_IN

TAPE_END

TRRT

XCS_AUVOL

REC_CRRT0

REC_CRRT1

XCS_MECHA 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 XDVCN XRST_LINK XRST_PHY LIP_SLEEP LPS OFR XCS_MC_FLASH MC_F_BUSY

164 (15/18)

H
66 (7/18)

XDVCN XRST_LINK XRST_PHY LIP_SLEEP LPS OFR

165 (18/18) 37 (3/18) 37 (7/18) 37 (12/18) 37 (10/18) 37 (15/18)

R513 1k

XSYS_RST

37 (11/18) 37 (18/18)

REC_PROOF_SW

LM_LIM_ON

DRUM_ON

MCCE

MCDA1 MCDA1 MCDA2 MCDA2 MCDA3 MCDA3 MCDA4

SWP

I
40 (6/18) 40 (7/18)

LOAD

MCDA0

UNLOAD

MCDA5

MCDA6

MCDA7

MCHA0

MCHA1

CAP_ON

MCDA0

XCS_SFD

TAPE_END

TAPE_TOP

CAP_FWD

ALE

XCS_AUVOL

DRUM_FWD

REC_CRRT0

REC_CRRT1

XVIDEO_IN

ALE

SCOD_WINDOW

TAPE_LED_ON

MODE_SW_D

MODE_SW_A

MODE_SW_B

MODE_SW_C

LM_LIM_DET

SWP

67 (8/18)

SIGNAL PATH
470k 470k 470k 470k 470k

MCDA4 MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7

MCDA5 MCDA6 MCDA7 WRX RDX

REC Drum speed servo Drum phase servo Drum servo (speed and phase) Capstan speed servo

REC/PB

PB

R508

R509

R510

R511

J
59 (6/18)

WRX RDX MCCE ATF_ERR MCCE

R512

ATF_ERR

Capstan servo (speed and phase) Ref.signal

11 (10/18)

IFI_VD VFI_OE

IFI_VD VFI_OE

K
16

VC-358D (13/18)

4-69

4-70

3 1.5 Q402 2SA2018-H-T2L Q401 2SD2216J-QR(K8).7 0.1u B 4700p B 4700p B 0.6 0 0 0 0 0 R421 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DRUM_ON 2.2u F C404 0.5 0.2 2.3 R429 1M R426 100k 1 D TAPE_END 2.3 1.9 1.1u B DRUM_PWM 0.3 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.2 0 116 115 G C403 0.1u B DRUM_W DRUM_V XREEL_HALL_ON TAPE_TOP_C MODE_SW_D T_REEL_- MODE_SW_C MODE_SW_B MODE_SW_A S_REEL_- S_REEL_+ T_REEL_+ DEW_AD TAPE_LED_ON DRUM_FWD DRUM_FWD MODE_SW_A MODE_SW_B MODE_SW_A 166 MODE_SW_B (13/18) MODE_SW_C MODE_SW_D MODE_SW_D DEW_AD DEW_AD REC_PROOF_SW MODE_SW_C 4. AMP LOADING MOTOR DRIVE REEL FG AMP TAPE TOP END DET DRUM CAP ERROR AMP IC401 CXA8099ER-TBM-E OSC SELSLP1 SELSLP2 VS CSLP1 CSLP2 VCC1 BRAKE FRC FILTER 67 FG_OUT HW+ HWHU+ HV+ HUHVVH OFFSET_ADJ 0 2.1 0.1u 2.7 1.7 7 2.3 0.1u B 63 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 0.2 8.1u B C433 0.7 7 6 DRUM_FWD 2.3 RLDO1 LOAD LM_LIM_ON 2.4 0.4 DRUM_PG PG OUT2 DBOUT CBOUT 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 0.3 1.47u B D_2.1 1.5 DRUM_START R420 XX STBY D RF R422 R423 C427 1 1 1 0.1 0. 2 3 1 VC-358D BOARD(14/18) A DRUM/CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE(MD BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT 4 5 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 REEL_EVR 72 R428 (12/18) (16/18) (15/18) VTR_UNREG (18/18) LM_LIM_DET LM_LIM_ON LOAD LM_+ UNLOAD LM_R433 XX DRUM_W 3300 C411 0.7 1.6 DRUM_ERROR (18/18) (13/18) CAP_ERROR CAP_PWM C412 XX B R412 0 C410 0.4 11.7 C401 0.3 8 2.1 1.7 DRUM_FG_SENS 10 2.3 2.6 0.7 5 6 153 (18/18) 0.3 0.1 1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.047u B NC END OUT END IN TOP IN TOP OUT VM VCC2 RLDO2 RLO2 RLM2 RLP2 GND RLP1 RLM1 RLO1 0.7 2.5 10k 10k DRUM_PG_SENS 11 FG_PG_COM R419 22k R020 33 10 11 12 13 14 15 MSW_D 16 MSW_C 17 MSW_B 18 MSW_A 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 FG_VCC 26 FG_VCC DRUM_W DRUM_U DRUM_U MR_GND DEW+ CAP_W CAP_W UNLOAD UNLOAD HALL_COM CAP_W CAP_W GND GND GND GND GND LOAD LOAD PG HE_GND FG CAP_U CAP_U REC_PRF_SW CAP_V MIC_VDD CAP_V CAP_U CAP_V CAP_V CAP_U FG2 SENSOR_VCC TOP_SENS END_SENS MIC_SDA C_IN_SW HE_VCC LED_K LED_A FG1 MIC_SCK HALL_VCC REEL_S+ REEL_T+ REEL_S- REEL_T- CHIME_SCK 27P 11P J CN022 CN020 SIGNAL PATH REC Drum speed servo REC/PB PB 11P REC_PRF_SW HALL_COM END_SENS TOP_SENS HALL_VCC DRUM_W DRUM_W MIC_VDD MIC_SDA C_IN_SW MIC_SCK DRUM_U DRUM_U MR_GND REEL_T+ REEL_S- UNLOAD UNLOAD HE_GND REEL_T- HE_VCC MSW_D MSW_C MSW_B MSW_A WHE(+) CAP_W CAP_W CAP_W CAP_W WHE(-) UHE(+) VHE(+) CAP_U CAP_U CAP_U CAP_U CAP_V CAP_V CAP_V CAP_V UHE(-) LED_K LED_A VHE(-) DEW+ LOAD LOAD GND GND GND GND GND FG2 Capstan speed servo Capstan servo (speed and phase) 10 11 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 FG1 PG FG 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 S901 S902 FP-594 FLEXTBLE MD BLOCK (C MECHANISM)(2/2) L DEW SENSOR (FP-248) S901.4 XX 100k CFG_DUTY C440 XX B R436 39k FFREW_UP (8/18) 93 93 93 B C439 93 B 157 148 (13/18) 1 2012 211 160 (18/18) (18/18) MT_5.1 1.2 C434 R431 0.1u B DRUM_FG DRUM_PG DRUM_ON DRUM_START R402 10k UNLOAD UNLOAD LOAD LM_LIM_ON LM_LIM_DET LM_LIM_DET 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 C402 0.1 0 2 1 C426 6.2 0.6 0 0.3 9 0.1 E 0.22u B C436 R432 0.022u B R416 10k C419 470p B DRUM_FG_SENS R425 12k R424 270 R437 0 0.1 1.4 1.001u B TAPE_END_C TAPE_TOP_C TAPE_TOP TAPE_LED_ON TAPE_LED_ON C405 0.022u B C409 6800p B R411 18k C413 XX B FG IN2 PG IN CBEN FG IN VREF DBIN CBIN ISNF RSB PGC R401 4700 R404 68k NC CBLOUT 64 PG OUT1 F FG_PG_COM DRUM_PG_SENS C416 1u B R435 1500 C420 0.3 R417 4700 R418 100k 0 2.3 C425 0.5V R434 3300 R407 C415 470p B R414 C414 470p B R413 148 DRUM_FG DRUM_PG 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 RCC VMR C1L C1H C2L FG+ FG- 9 C2H R409 L401 10uH 100k C 162 TO(13/18) C437 0.3 65 RSAT GND FGOUT 3 66 FC 2.2 IC401 DRUM MOTOR DRIVE DRUM PG.1 1.FG AMP IC402 SC111319FTBEB C438 0.2 0.001u B R403 10k 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 LIM OUT LIMEN U OUT V OUT W OUT U IN V IN COM DEC1 OUT2 OUT1 DEC2 W IN AGC RFL RS DRUM_ON DRUM_START C422 0.3 0.2 B 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 1.1u B C423 0.3 0.8V R427 100k CAP_FWD IC402 VG VCC1 VCC2 NC GND FRC PSAVEB 8 2.1u B R430 2.4 XX XX DRUM_U R415 XX C418 470p B C421 0.1u B REG_GND L402 10uH C435 0.1 1.3 C428 C429 C430 C431 0.6 3 2.1 1.8 0.047u B C406 C407 (13/18) TREEL_FG T_REEL_T_REEL_+ 2.1u B C432 0.6 5 2.3 1.1u B 161 (13/18) 163 0.7 5.01u B R410 2200 R405 68k C408 0.7 AGC VS WOUT P_GND UOUT VS VOUT P_GND CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE CAP.3 0.7 3.6 2 1.CIN Q902 TAPE TOP S903 MODE SWITCH PG FG HALL CAPSTAN FG M M903 LOADING MOTOR 2 4 4 CN901 4P (MIC) 2 D901 TAPE LED Q901 TAPE END M901 DRUM MOTOR M902 CAPSTAN MOTOR M 1 3 H902 TREEL DETECT 3 N 16 1 H901 SREEL DETECT 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 FG_VCC Drum servo (speed and phase) MR_GND REEL_S+ DRUM_V DRUM_V K SENSOR_VCC Drum phase servo 27P 27P CN024 27P XCC_DOWN FG_VCC WHE(+) WHE(-) UHE(+) (15/18) DRUM_V MR_GND DRUM_V 117 DRUM_W CHIME_SDA VHE(+) UHE(-) VHE(-) 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CHIME_VDD R023 R024 33 R021 R022 I TAPE_END_C LM_+ LM_- H DRUM_COM DRUM_U 4-71 4-72 VC-358D (14/18) .1u B DRUM_COM C424 0.1u F DRUM_V 11.3 0.REC PROOF S902.3 1.3u P DRUM_FG 167 4 CAP_VS (18/18) SREEL_FG XREEL_HALL_ON XREEL_HALL_ON 2.4 0 4 2.5 0.2V MT_GND 1 2012 (11/18) (18/18) R406 R408 EVF_13.1u 2.0 1.7 1.3V 3.047u B CAP_ON CAP_FG DRUM_VS S_REEL_+ S_REEL_- 0.SO SWITCH 10k 0.2 B 0.2 0.8 0.

01u B R1223 1k R1224 1k XCS_LCD R1226 100k ± 0.1u B R1211 470 R1178 1k XCS_LCD_DRIVER SIRCS_ENV XCS_IC903 BATT_SIG Q1104 HN1L02FU(TE85R) BATT-SIG I/F 3.8 8 LANC_JACK_IN R1203 FAST_CHARGE XLI_PRE_END X1102 32.2(TE85L) D002 01BZA8.0 6 OSD_SO 0.1105 SIRCS I/F Q1102 2SD2216J-QR(K8).01u 0.7 206 (18/18) 207 (18/18) POWER GND UNREG R1150 4700 NC NC NC 1k C 37 (3/18) 37 (11/18) 37 (7/18) 37 (12/18) R1149 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1k C1104 0.5% R1219 XX DIAL_C DIAL_D DIAL_C DIAL_D E 130 (18/18) 15 (1/18) 15 (18/18) 81 (9/18) CAM_DD_ON XS_JACK_IN V_JACK_IN CAM_DD_ON XS_JACK_IN V_JACK_IN LINE_OUT_V C1117 0.01 B XCS_DS XCS_DS XRST_HI_EEPROM 46 (4/18) CN009 1 2 3 4 GND D_2.768kHz XCS_LCD_TG CHARGE_INH CAM_DD_ON XCS_EVF_TG VTR_DD_ON 20MHZ_OUT 69 TEST_PORT 3 XOSD_SCK 20MHZ_IN LID_OPEN XCS_OSD OSD_SO XRESET OSD_SI HI_SCK HI_SO IB_SO HI_SI IB_SI 4 GND J IC1101 S-81236SGUP-DQ7-T1 R1138 100k VDD 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 C1129 12p CH R1192 1M IC1105 AK6440BH-E2 R1181 IC1101 GND OUT IN 3.7 HI_RXD 94 (12/18) R1160 10k R1137 2700 C1105 0.SO SWITCH 2. 0 R1144 100k 100k 100k R1107 1k 1k 7. Q1101 2SD2216J-QR(K8).0V XCS_OSD XCS_OSD OSD_SO MELODY Q1107 2SB1462J-QR(K8).is not possible.5 C1121 C1119 R1140 C1118 Q1109 2SA2018-H-T2L SWITCH 2.S0 I 205 (18/18) 167 (18/18) 77 (8/18) 124 (18/18) FAST_CHARGE BATT/XEXT_SW BATT/XEXT_SW XCPC_IN HOTSHOE_ID1 HOTSHOE_ID2 XCPC_IN HOTSHOE_ID1 HOTSHOE_ID2 2.0 C1122 0.5 SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_PWM SIRCS_SIG 3.1 8.0 XLANC_ON Q1106 UN9111J-(K8).0 9 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 SIRCS_PWM SIRCS_SIG IC1104 HI CONTROL IC1104 CXP921064A-085GA-T6 CSP(CHIP SIZE PACKAGE)IC 4 5 BATT/XEXT DS_BUSY SYS_V V_JACK_IN TEST_PORT BATT_IN XCS_LCD_DRIVER SIRCS_ENV XCS_BBI XCS_MECHA XCS_HI_EEPROM MELODY_ENV GND 84 (9/18) H 203 (18/18) C1127 6800p B LINE_OUT_V V_JACK_IN 153 (18/18) 204 (18/18) 123 (18/18) D_2.7 2.8V REG_GND CHARGE_INH CHARGE_INH BATT_SIG SHOE_ON BATT_SIG SHOE_ON FAST_CHARGE C1103 1u B XVTR_MODE_SW R1129 XCAM+STBY_SW R1130 XS/S_SW XEJECT_SW XCC_DOWN R1131 R1132 R1116 R1133 R1134 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k C1130 0.SO BUFFER MELODY_ENV R1103 47k 0 2.01u 0.1 2.7 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1112 C1113 C1114 C1115 C1116 0.0 PREEND 7 7 D1103 MA111-(K8).SO SIRCS_ENV C1102 1u F R1110 1k EXECUTE_DIAL KEY_AD8 (XPHOTO_REC) 2.7 2.SO SWITCH HI_TXD EVER_3.01u B R1143 1M ± 0.01u 0.7 Q1113 2SD2216J-QR(K8).0 3.7 3 0.9 HI_TEST_A HI_TXD XS/S_SW XS/S_SW KEY_AD0 KEY_AD1 KEY_AD0 KEY_AD1 BATT_LI_3V KEY_AD2 KEY_AD3 KEY_AD4 KEY_AD2 KEY_AD3 KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 KEY_AD7 117 (14/18) CHIME_SDA CHIME_VDD CHIME_VDD XCC_DOWN XCC_DOWN BEEP XCS_EVF XCS_MECHA XCS_CAMERA ZOOM_VR_AD Q1102.2(TE85L) D004 01BZA8.0 R1196 5600 R1197 2200 R1206 1500 2.2(TE85L) VC-358D (15/18) 4-73 4-74 .5% R1225 100k ± 0.8 VIN 7.01u 470k ± 0.5 K 3.9 LANC_SIG XLANC_PWR_ON 0 9 0.3 2.0 3.5% XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD XCS_LCD_DRIVER 131 (18/18) 69 (7/18) 45 (4/18) 45 (10/18) 45 (13/18) 47 (4/18) 47 (12/18) 93 (12/18) 93 (16/18) 69 (12/18) 45 (11/18) LINE_OUT_V LCD_COM/XDATA LCD_COM/XDATA XHI_SCK XHI_SCK HI_SO HI_SO R1112 470k FB1101 PWE(VDD) XS_JACK_IN SHOE_ON EXPOSURE/IRIS_DIAL_D EXPOSURE/IRIS_DIAL_C XRST_HI_EEPROM 232C_SENSE KEY_AD7 KEY_AD6 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD4 KEY_AD3 KEY_AD2 KEY_AD1 KEY_AD0 KEY_AD8 ACV_SENSE 232C_ON GND VDD HOT_SHOE_ID1 XCS_DS BATT_SENSE AVDD AVREF_1 470k 3300 3300 100k 470k 470k 470k 470k R1117 470k R1118 470k 470k 470k R1121 470k R1122 470k XX HI_SI R1126 470k XLI_PRE_END R1123 470k 47 (10/18) D1102 MA111-(K8). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 126 TO(18/18) HI_TEST_A HI_XRESET 9 10 R006 R005 R004 XX 6800 3300 D007 MA8082-(K8).1 2.9 0.SO SWITCH BATT_LI_3V 2.SO SWITCH 2.1103.3 R1215 3300 Q1111 XX R1221 XX 3 LANC_SIG IF_232C_RD IC1103 1k WAKE DATA DATA R1157 Q1103 UN9213J-(K8).5 6 BATT_UNREG VRO VSS 5 4 CHIME_PWR_CONT XDS_WAKE_UP XSYS_RST SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_SEL2 XLANC_ON R1222 1k R1201 1k R1202 R1205 1k 1k MS_IN DIAL_B DIAL_A BATT/XEXT_SW DS_BUSY IF_232C_RD LANC_GND/232C_TD 43 (4/18) 85 (4/18) 85 (9/18) 3.01u B CHIME_SCK CHIME_SDA CHIME_VDD IF_232C_RD LANC_GND/232C_TD LANC_DC LANC_DC XLANC_JACK_IN LANC_SIG/232C_RD XLANC_JACK_IN LANC_SIG/232C_RD VTR_UNREG 3 XCS_CAMERA SIRCS_SIG R1198 R1199 R1200 1k 1k 1k 1 8 G 3.01u 0.SO INV.S0 R1227 XX Q1114 XX R1204 XX 13 (7/18) EVER_3.S0 4700 147 (18/18) OSD_SO XOSD_SCK INIT_CHARGE_ON VTR_DD_ON XOSD_SCK INIT_CHARGE_ON VTR_DD_ON R1105 XX 0 R1125 100k 3.5% C1108 0.0 0.S0 R003 1500 R002 1200 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 VC-358D BOARD(15/18) A HI CONTROL(HI BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE :Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark.6 R1109 0 R1153 100k R1145 R1146 R1179 1 2 3 R1194 100k R1195 100k ZOOM_VR_AD XPHOTO_FREEZE IC1105 EEPROM KEY_AD8 (XPHOTO_REC) R1193 100k 47k 5 OSD_SI 3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.3 10 11 12 13 14 D1106 MA111-(K8).S0 2.2 R1106 100k 1 XPHOTO_FREEZE XPHOTO_STBY_SW XLANC_PWR_ON HI_TXD HI_RXD LCD_COM/XDATA INIT_CHARGE_ON XCS_MECHA 89 (10/18) D1105 MA111-(K8).SO D 147 (7/18) R1155 0 0 R1230 XX VCC NC D1111 MA728-(K8).6 2 MELODY_ENV 232C_ON 232C_ON DS_BUSY DS_BUSY XDS_WAKE_UP XDS_WAKE_UP MELODY/SIRCS_CARRIER 32KHZ_OUT 32KHZ_IN VDD R1218 150k C1128 12p CH 3.7 1k KEY_AD7 R1212 3.S0 470k F 45 (12/18) 45 (18/18) C1107 33u 4V TA A EXECUTE_DIAL EXECUTE_DIAL XCUSTOM_PRESET HOTSHOE_ID1 MS_IN HOTSHOE_ID2 MS_IN XCUSTOM_PRESET 132 (18/18) 208 (18/18) R1207 R1208 R1209 R1210 R1214 R1216 R1217 R1220 R1119 R1120 R1127 R1189 47 (13/18) 93 (14/18) 93 (18/18) 121 (18/18) 122 (18/18) 201 (18/18) 202 (18/18) HI_SI LANC_IN LANC_OUT XCS_CAMERA XSIRCS_IN CHIME_SDA CHIME_SCL CHIME_PWR_CONT XDS_WAKE_UP XSYS_RST SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_SEL2 XLANC_ON GND XVTR_MODE_SW XCAM+STBY_SW XS/S_SW XEJECT_SW XCC_DOWN XPHOTO_FREEZE XPHOTO_STBY_SW XLANC_POWER_ON TXD RXD LCD_COM/XDATA INIT_CHARGE_ON IC1102 RESET 2 GND CHIME_AD2 CHIME_AD1 CHIME_AD0 HOT_SHOE_ID2 MS_IN DIAL B DIAL A 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 1 AVREF_0 C1132 0.3 5.S0 2.0 4 5 0.8V ZOOM_VR_AD XPHOTO_FREEZE XPHOTO_REC XS/S_SW XVTR_MODE_SW XCAM+STBY_SW PHOTO_STBY_SW XEJECT_SW GND 14P C1101 0.0V HI_RXD XCUSTOM_PRESET 0 R1113 1k CHIME_SCK 0 BEEP B CHIME_SDA LANC_GND/232C_TD CHIME_PWR_CONT KEY_AD7 KEY_AD6 KEY_AD2 KEY_AD1 KEY_AD0 232C_ON XS_JACK_IN KEY_AD5 KEY_AD4 KEY_AD3 DIAL_D DIAL_C XRST_HI_EEPROM KEY_AD8 SHOE_ON XCS_DS CHIME_SCK 2.1u B R1139 1M R1108 470k R1180 1M XCS_OSD XLANC_JACK_IN FAST_CHARGE HI_TEST_A C1120 0.0 2 8 2.0 1 Q1110 XX 232C_ON R1231 470 D1113 XX Q1116 XX D1112 XX LANC_SIG/232C_RD DIAL_A DIAL_B DIAL_A 129 (18/18) DIAL_B R1128 Q1115 XX 120 (18/18) LANC_DC Q1105 UN9213J-(K8).01u B R1164 10k R1165 10k R1166 10k R1158 R1159 470k 470k C TL1596CPWR 98 (12/18) KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 R1151 IC1103 R1213 2.0 2.01u 0.5% 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.01u B B B B B B B B B B B 1k R1167 10k 128 (18/18) R1152 LANC I/O 1k R1156 LANC_SIG LANC_DC R1135 R1176 R1136 XSYS_RST R1111 2200 SIRCS_PWM 1k 37 (13/18) 37 (18/18) XSYS_RST R1104 4700 R1154 0 1k 1k 1k 37 (10/18) R1177 10k R1228 XX 0 R1114 1k Q1112 2SB1462J-QR(K8).0 CHIME_SDA CHIME_SCK SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_SEL2 2 3 6 VOUT VBAT RESET CS IC1102 S-8423YFS-T2 8 3.01u 0.5% R1142 1M ± 0.01u 0.1u B R1161 10k 118 (16/18) 90 (11/18) 164 (13/18) BEEP XCS_EVF XCS_MECHA XCS_CAMERA ZOOM_VR_AD R1148 1k R1162 10k Q1108 UN9113J-(K8).022u R1147 1k B X1101 20MHz 68 CHARGE_INH XOSD_SCK OSD_SO 5 XS/S_SW 6 XVTR_MODE_SW 7 XCAM+STBY_SW 8 XPHOTO_STBY_SW 9 XEJECT_SW 10 11 12 13 14 TO CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (CF-4980) CN011 XCS_LCD XCS_EVF XHI_SCK XCPC_IN MELODY OSD_SI L VTR_DD_ON BATT_LI_3V XLI_PRE_END CAM_DD_ON (PAGE 4-41) HI_SO HI_SI XS/S_SW(LOW_ANGLE) LID_OPEN GND M 16 D001 01BZA8.SO R1124 100k C1106 10u 10V TA A D1110 XX R1229 1M R1141 470k ± 0.0 48 (4/18) 1 2 7 R1115 100k 10M XCS SCK DI DO VCC BUSY RST GND XOSD_SCK 2.01u 0.01u B 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 C1131 0.6V REG D1104 MA728-(K8).1 R1191 100k 3.01u 0.2 1k R1163 10k R1188 470k 2.2 6 2.2(TE85L) D003 01BZA8.7 3.

6 1.4 1. AOUTR AOUTL MCLK SCLK XPWDA L_OUT 0.5 R3.0 VCC 5.1u B B B FB1002 XAUDIO_IN 50 (4/18) 118 (15/18) KSAON R1027 BEEP AU_4.1009 MUTE R1026 470 C1017 10u 6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 VC-358D BOARD(16/18) A AU LINE A/D.47u B C1004 XX 2.9/P0 C1013 10u 6.0 R1044 47k C1031 1u C1046 1u R1042 51k 2.0 0 D AU_LINE_I/O_R 133 (17/18) LCH1IN RCH2IN R1087 47k R1088 9100 X0DB/-7DB C1011 0.SO 2SD2216J-QR(K8).3V P INT_MIC(R) MIC_IN(L) EXT_MIC_Vcc MIC_CTL1(R) MIC_OUT(R) MIC_EXT/INT EXT_MIC(L) INT_MIC_Vcc MIC_CTL2(R) MIC_OUT(L) MIC_MONO MIC_CTL1(L) MIC_CTL2(L) INT_MIC(L) MIC_DET2 MIC_GND SFD_BCK SFD_FCK SFD_LRCK C1008 0.1 R1015 3900 R1020 33k SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL REC PB J 137 (17/18) 137 (18/18) 93 (12/18) 93 (15/18) 93 (14/18) 93 (18/18) VTR_UNREG K 16 153 (18/18) REG_GND 4-75 4-76 VC-358D (16/18) .3 1.47u B C1043 XX C1005 47u 6.3V B D_GND Vcc(D) VREFS SP_IN MUTE C1078 1u B C1048 1u B L1002 22uH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 C1026 0.SO 156 (13/18) R1025 1k 22k Q1002.2 Q1004 UN9115J-(K8). A/D CONV.5 R1.6/P0 R0.8/P1.6 Q1015 UN9213J-(K8).3 C1039 XX 0 + Q1008.5 5 4.3 0 0 R1.0/P0 C1021 10u 6.6 R1037 4.1005.3 C1007 10u 10V P C1042 0.D/A (AU-1 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE R1039 XX Q1007 2SC4177 REG AU_8.5 R1.SO Q1014 UN9115J-(K8).6 R1.3/P3.0 IC1010 BUFFER 143 (17/18) Q1010 UN9213J-(K8).3 R1.0 2 5 3.MUTE_TC LINE1_IN(R) LINE1_OUT(L) LINE1_OUT(R) POWER_MUTE AUDIO I/O A_GND LINE2_IN(L) VREFH LINE2_IN(R) Vcc(H) LINE2_OUT(L) LINE2_OUT(R) HP_OUT(L) IC1001 LA74207FN-TBM-E EXT_MIC(R) MIC_DET1 Vcc(M) VREFM XMIC_P_SAVE 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 R1016 47k C1003 0.7u R1011 47k R1028 XX R1018 XX R1033 47k + TLC2272CDR Q1008 UN9115J-(K8).9 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 C1036 10u 6.3V R1045 10k 142 (17/18) 210 (18/18) 134 (18/18) LCH1IN RCH2IN XPWDA XPWAD E C1012 XX C1009 4.2/P0 R1.SO Q1006 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO 4 5 R1036 XX R1034 47k 2.3 2.1 9.7k R1040 XX IC1003 LINE AMP IC1009 TA75S01F(TE85R) 138 (18/18) R1078 47k 3.SO 2.SO MUTE 0 2.2 2.1 R1.6 1 4.7/P0 1.8V Q1011 2SD1511-R/S(TX) REG 8.SO MUTE R_OUT 0 0 R1.7 1.47u B C1037 10u 6.0 CTL B+ 8 5.8/P0 1.6 3 AOUT GND 6 3.2/P0 R0.5 0 SDTO 1.0 9.3V P C1018 C1019 C1020 0.1u 0.5 2.8/P1.01u 6800p 6800p 10u B B B 6.3 DATA_FROM_SFD 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 70 IC1002 (ADC&DAC) D/A CONV.47u B LPF_IN(L) REC_OUT(L) A_GND REC_OUT(R) LPF_IN(R) ALC_OUT(R) Vcc(L) PB_IN(L) A_GND PB_IN(R) R1031 XX AK4550VT-E2 IC1001 ALC_OUT(L) C1022 0.3 2.0 A+ B- 7 3.47u 0.1 3.2 3.3 HP_OUT(R) XVSP_SCK MIX_OUT HP_COM SP_OUT- SP OUT+ BEEP_IN SP_GND XCS_AU VSP_SO SP_Vcc H R1003 0 R1007 47 R1008 47 R1004 0 0 R1005 2200 0 R1009 2200 0 0 R1012 47 R1013 47 C1006 47u 6.0V 8.9/P0 5.3 4.0 3.7u 10V TA A R1024 100k C1010 10u 6.3 4 B R1032 10k C1035 1u R1038 XX C1030 33u 4V TA A 3.8 2.3 1.SO MUTE IC1002 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 R1.3V P C1024 10u 6.8/P0 2.7k C1044 XX R1053 470 REC_OUT_CH2 R1029 470 X0DB/-7DBTR R1046 47k R1047 47k 5.47u 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 MIC_IN(R) AGC_TC LINE1_IN(L) P.0 R1.1015 SWITCH 0 R1041 1k IC1010 M5201AFP C1045 10u 10V A 1 0 2.8 2.8 1.5 3.3V P C1038 C1040 C1047 C1077 0.0 3.SO 2 2 4.0 5.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.9 C1041 1u R1010 1k C1002 10u 10V TA A 0 Q1014.5 7 9.5 DATA_TO_SFD DEM1 DEM0 XPWDA XPWDA XPWAD 2.3V TA P L1001 10uH R2.6 0.9/P0 4.6V AU_2.4 R1001 2200 0 0 0 R1014 2200 0 R1022 10k R1023 10k L1073 10uH C1014 15u 4V P C1015 0.01u B XVSP_SCK XCS_AU1 39 (17/18) I 136 (18/18) SP+ SP- Q1002 Q1005 2SD2216J-QR(K8).3V P R1019 XX R1021 2200 2.3 0 2.3V B R1.SO INV 1.4 1.6/P1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.47u B XPWAD LRCK SDTI 54 (6/18) 72 VCOM DEMO AINR AINL VDD VSS 71 DEM1 7 R1052 XX G 135 (17/18) VOL_OUT_LCH1 VOL_OUT_RCH2 Q1003 UN9210J-(K8).8 C1029 1u B C1027 1u B C1023 0.1 IC1009 BUFFER G_CONT_VCC R1030 10k R1043 33k 1 + VEE - VCC 3 4.022 CH C1028 10u 16V TA B C1034 4.6 2.6/P0 R1.5 6 4.9/P0 2.5 1.9/P0 R0.1 8 R1048 47k OUT C1025 0.1 R1002 XX R1006 47k R1035 4.1006.3V P XPWAD 159 (13/18) R1.1010 SWITCH IC1003 C 4 3 4.3 1.8 2.6/P1.01u B ANALOG_MUTE ANALOG_MUTE VSP_SO C1016 0.2 Q1001 UN9210J-(K8).2 1.SO Q1009 2SD2216J-QR(K8).3 2.47u B Q1016 UN9213J-(K8).2 F 79 (9/18) AU_LINE_I/O_L R1017 XX AU_LINE_I/O_R 0.

3 2.3 (6/18) XVSP_SCK (13/18) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 5 6 7 4.6V 5.1k R1085 47K C1079 1u R1077 47k R1076 33k IC1012 BUFFER AU_2.8 0.01u B IC1092 EVR C1056 10u/6.6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 0 XZCEN 0 XRST E 135 (16/18) 8 (9/18) XVSP_SCK (16/18) VSP_SO ANALOG_MUTE C1058 0.47 R1086 9.3 VOL_OUT_LCH1 2.9/P0 C1061 0.3 L1 8 2.7u 10V C1055 0.47u 2.1u B R1090 XX C1076 10u 6.6 CLK 0 LD GND DO 9 DS1801E-02V-T/R R1084 47k EVR C1067 0.7 2.1u B ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 146 142 (18/18) X0DB/-7DB (16/18) VC-358D (17/18) 4-77 4-78 .3V TA P SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL REC PB XCS_AUVOL X0DB/-7DBTR 143 (16/18) G_CONT_VCC REC_OUT_CH2 C1094 0.3V 2.3 W0 2.22u 35V R1051 100k C1059 R1058 51k 1u 137 133 (16/18) 137 (18/18) 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 C1054 10u 6.8V IC1012 AU_4.8 VSP_SO 2.0 7 3.3V TA P R1074 1200 C1090 470p B F 155 G 16 XCS_AU2 XCS_EVR_DAC (13/18) R1072 1k C1075 10u 6.1 8 3.5 R1.6 VCC 13 2.47u 2 3.8/P0 R1.0 R1.MUTE_TC LINE1_IN(R) LINE1_OUT(L) LINE1_OUT(R) POWER_MUTE A_GND LINE2_IN(L) VREFH LINE2_IN(R) Vcc(H) LINE2_OUT(L) LINE2_OUT(R) HP_OUT(L) HP_OUT(R) XVSP_SCK (16/18) C 153 (18/18) REG_GND 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 VC-358D BOARD(17/18) A LINE AMP(AU-2 BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE R1050 2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.3V 1 5.4 DI 2.8 AO3 0 AO4 0 AO5 0 AO6 2.3 L0 2.3V C1051 10u 6.3 2.4 1.1u TA A L1003 10uH R1092 0 C1095 10u 6.3V TA P R1073 1k R1075 1200 C1091 470p B AU_LINE_I/O_R LCH1IN RCH2IN M5201AFP VCC CTL B+ A+ BAOUT GND MIC_OUT(L) MIC_IN(L) MIC_CTL1(R) EXT_MIC_Vcc MIC_CTL2(R) INT_MIC_Vcc MIC_EXT/INT MIC_GND MIC_OUT(R) MIC_CTL1(L) MIC_CTL2(L) EXT_MIC(L) INT_MIC(R) MIC_MONO INT_MIC(L) MIC_DET2 B 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 C1052 0.3 H0 2.8/P0 D 2.8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 AO1 0.2k R1049 47k C1053 4.0 C1049 0.8 VCC 5.3 H1 9 2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.47 L1004 10uH VOL_OUT_RCH2 C1093 10u C1092 10V 0.4 D 11 AGND 10 2.3V 2.8 C1060 10u/6.0 5 C1068 0.0 14 4.3 2 1 5.8 2.0 MIC_IN(R) AGC_TC LINE1_IN(L) P.3 W1 R1093 100k 4 3 AO8 2.47u HP_COM MIX_OUT UPC4572G2 SP OUT+ BEEP_IN SP_OUT- SP_GND XCS_AU VSP_SO SP_Vcc D_GND Vcc(D) VREFS SP_IN MUTE IC1005 M62367GP-75ED R1094 100k IC1008 VCA/AMP IC1008 IC1092 2.3 C1062 10u/6.0 6 3.8/P0 IC1004 LINE AMP IC1004 LA74207FN-TBM-E XMIC_P_SAVE ALC_OUT(L) LPF_IN(L) REC_OUT(L) A_GND REC_OUT(R) LPF_IN(R) ALC_OUT(R) Vcc(L) PB_IN(L) A_GND PB_IN(R) 4 3 IC1005 R1083 47k 1.0 EXT_MIC(R) MIC_DET1 Vcc(M) VREFM 3.3V R1.6 R1.8 41 41 0 (3/18) 41 41 39 Cout GND AO7 2.3 2.0/P0 C1050 0.0 2.8 VDD VSS AO2 2.6 CLK 12 0.

LCD_COM/XDATA XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD_PANEL OSD_SO XOSD_SCK N.5V DRUM_VS CAP_VS FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR VTR_UNREG VTR_UNREG MT_5.C REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND N.6V D_3.6V EVF_2. REG_GND REG_GND 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 DIAL_C DIAL_D PANEL_G PANEL_B PANEL_R KEY_AD7 XDRP_SCK D_1.C.8V PANEL_4.5V 25 27 29 31 REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND MS_3.0V PANEL_G PANEL_B PANEL_R KEY_AD7 N.0V REC Drum servo (speed and phase) Capstan servo (speed and phase) REC/PB PB SP+ SP- 41 43 45 47 49 J (PAGE 4-15) K 16 4-79 4-80 VC-358D (18/18) .9V D_1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 VC-358D BOARD(18/18) A CONNECTOR(CN BLOCK) XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN023 80P R(CH2)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_MONO SHOE_ID2 SHOE_ID1 AU_2.6V RCH2IN 210 (16/18) CN021 60P REG_GND REG_GND P_UNREG P_UNREG_GND MT_GND MT_GND CAM_12V CAM_-7V PANEL_2.5V D_1.8V PANEL_13.C N.9V RP_4.8V AU_4.6V 21 23 D_1.9V D_2.6V REG_GND REG_GND 134 (16/18) 114 (12/18) 124 (15/18) 137 (16/18) 137 (17/18) 96 (12/18) 146 (17/18) 102 (12/18) 122 (15/18) 202 (15/18) 154 (8/18) 207 (15/18) 91 (11/18) 75 (8/18) 76 (8/18) 15 (1/18) 120 (15/18) 15 (15/18) 110 (12/18) 75 (11/18) 49 (4/18) 132 (15/18) 151 (5/18) EXT_MIC_DET ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 F_TALLY_LED 5 7 9 11 13 15 B 160 (14/18) 22 (5/18) 138 (16/18) 140 (8/18) 14 (1/18) 14 (9/18) 14 (10/18) 139 (6/18) MT_GND MS_3.8V 15 17 19 A_4.6V PANEL_13.C.1V SHOE_ON BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW A_2.8V EVF_13.8V AU_4.C EVER_3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.5V AU_2.6V EVF_BL+ CAM_12V CAM_-7V SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG KEY_AD3 A_LED_ON EXECUTE_DIAL SCLK MS_IN 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 12 (1/18) 101 (12/18) 208 (15/18) 201 (15/18) 203 (15/18) 129 (15/18) 206 (15/18) 150 (5/18) 111 (12/18) 105 (12/18) C VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 D 33 148 (11/18) 148 (14/18) 167 (14/18) 205 (15/18) 204 (15/18) 116 (14/18) EVF_13.5V DRUM_VS CAP_VS FAST_CHARGE CHARGE_INH CAP_ERROR DRUM_ERROR 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 EN0 60 RP_4.8V BATT_UNREG 152 (1/18) 123 (15/18) 167 (15/18) 149 (6/18) 121 (15/18) 152 (12/18) 108 (12/18) 113 (12/18) P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM 112 (12/18) 149 (10/18) 7 (2/18) 106 (12/18) 109 (12/18) E 93 (12/18) 93 (15/18) 93 (14/18) 93 (16/18) VTR_UNREG 107 (12/18) 51 53 55 57 59 Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED 141 (8/18) 103 (12/18) 104 (12/18) 7 (2/18) DIR_0A DIR_0B F (PAGE 4-40) 100 (12/18) IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET 7 (2/18) 211 (14/18) TO LA-028 BOARD(3/3) CN051 (THROUGH THE FP-186 FLEXIBLE) G 1 3 (PAGE 4-24) CN008 P_UNREG_GND P_UNREG_GND REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_XHD PANEL_XVD N.8V BATT_UNREG D_1.2V REG_GND REG_GND 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 CAM_DD_ON VTR_DD_ON INIT_CHARGE_ON EVF_2.8V REG_GND R010 0 CN003 1 16P 153 (1/18) 153 (4/18) 153 (7/18) 153 (10/18) 153 (13/18) 153 (16/18) 153 (2/18) 153 (5/18) 153 (8/18) 153 (11/18) 153 (14/18) 153 (17/18) 153 (3/18) 153 (6/18) 153 (9/18) 153 (12/18) 153 (15/18) 61 (6/18) 61 (8/18) 61 (11/18) DISP_HD 5 7 9 44 (4/18) 37 (3/18) 37 (7/18) 37 (12/18) 62 (6/18) 37 (10/18) 37 (13/18) 37 (11/18) 37 (15/18) XDS_FLASH MT_5.8V AU_4.5V N.1V 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 AU_8.C N.0V TRF_2.6V D_2.2V 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 MT_5.1V MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.8V A_4.6V SHOE_UNREG TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG CTRL_B CTRL_A KEY_AD2 DIO BS VCC C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS EN1 DIR_1A DIR_1B D_3.1V D_3. HI_SO XHI_SCK NC SP+ SPNC REG_GND REG_GND TO CK-140 BOARD CN250 (THROUGH THE FP-187 FLEXIBLE) 50P P_UNREG P_UNREG PANEL_2.5V A_4.1V D_3.2V XDS_FLASH CAM_XRESET CAM_RXD CAM_TXD CAM_TEST_A XCS_MC_FLASH XDRP_SCK DRP_SO DRP_SI MC_F_BUSY REG_GND HI_XRESET HI_RXD HI_TXD HI_TEST_A 60 (6/18) 60 (11/18) DISP_VD 11 13 15 17 19 21 H XSYS_RST CAM_RXD 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 97 (12/18) CAM_TXD CAM_TEST_A SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL CHROMA REC PB Y Y/CHROMA AUDIO SIGNAL LCD_COM/XDATA 23 25 27 29 31 33 131 (15/18) XCS_LCD_DRIVER XCS_LCD 158 (13/18) 128 (15/18) DRP_SO DRP_SI I 45 (4/18) 45 (12/18) 147 (7/18) 147 (15/18) OSD_SO XOSD_SCK 165 (13/18) MC_F_BUSY XCS_MC_FLASH HI_XRESET 45 (10/18) 45 (13/18) 45 (11/18) 45 (15/18) 136 (16/18) HI_SO XHI_SCK 35 37 39 126 (15/18) 130 (15/18) HI_RXD HI_TXD HI_TEST_A EVER_3.6V REG_GND REG_GND TO DD-216D BOARD(2/2) CN450 (THROUGH THE FP-191 FLEXIBLE) 2 4 6 8 10 LCH1IN 1 3 L(CH1)IN REG_GND EXT_MIC_DET ZOOM_MIC_CONT LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 F_TALLY_LED SHOE_UNREG SIRCS_SEL1 SIRCS_PWM LANC_SIG KEY_AD3 MS_LED_ON EXECUTU(DIAL) SCLK MS_IN REG_GND VP_LOCK_DR VP_LOCK_SENS VAP_DD_ON VP_TEMP P_OUT Y_OUT MZ_A MZ_B IRIS_COM IRIS_PWM P_PWM Y_PWM ZM_FC_LED ND_MZ_LED EN0 DIR_0A DIR_0B IRIS_GAIN IRIS_OFFSET D_2.8V EVF_BL_4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-123 for printed wiring board.1V BATT_SIG BATT/XEXT_SW A_2.C N.C.8V N.8V EVF_BLEVF_BL+ INIT_CHARGE_ON CAM_DD_ON VTR_DD_ON SHOE_ON SHOE_UNEREG SHOE_UNEREG D_3.0V TRF_2.2V MT_5.1V AU_8.2V FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS TALLY_LED XCUSTOM_PRESET SIRCS_SEL2 SIRCS_SIG DIAL_B DIAL_A KEY_AD2 DIO BS VCC C_RST TEMP_OUT HALL_AD PS_OUT YS_OUT MF_A MF_B MF_LED ND_SW1 ND_SW2 ND_SW3 FC_RST_SENS ZM_RST_SENS EN1 DIR_1A DIR_1B XMIC_MONO HOTSHOE_ID2 HOTSHOE_ID1 AU_2.2V MT_5.6V D_1.8V D_2.C HI_XRESET KEY_AD4 KEY_AD5 KEY_AD6 DIAL_C DIAL_D D_2.8V PANEL_4.

22u B C403 4.T 0.1 49.1V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG AU_4.2V MT_GND MT_GND 13P 8.8 R414 2200 0 R416 47k R417 100 C408 100p CH 8.6 Q411 2SK1470-TD C411 XX F C414 0.7 0.7u 35V C C406 10u 6.2 1.1 Q406 2SC4177-T1L5L6 IC401 E (FP-218 FLEXIBLE) DC/DC CONVERTER Q404-408 SWITCHING Q409-411 SWITCHING R425 XX Q401 UN9210J-(TX).8 4.7u 35V C C416 12u 63V 1 4.2 C412 XX F R406 120k R405 120k C415 0.REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER XX MARK:NO MOUNT L400 10uH PB B R404 2200 C405 0.2 0.1u B R407 220k L401 33uH D402 SB02-09CP-TB Q402.1u C413 12u 63V IC400 REMOTE COMMANDER RECEIVER 1.7u 6.2 C404 R410 0.2 SIRCS_SIG1 D_3.5% R422 5600 ± 0.1u C418 4.2 Q408 NDS356AP L402 150uH Q402 2SC4177-T1L5L6 49.SO LED SWITCH LND400 CH_GND XS-004 BOARD F MIC SELECT XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN103 CN100 13P REG__GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SHOE_ID1 MT_GND MT_GND MT_5.B 2 Vcc 1 OUT 0.2 1.5 Q405 2SC4177-T1L5L6 0.5 8.6 C420 4.2 R412 10k 0.403 RIPPLE FILTER 8.2 Q409 2SC4177-T1L5L6 C 8.6V F_TALLY_LED LOWCUT_ON_CH2 SHOE_ID1 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND R(CH2)OUT L(CH1)OUT TO MA-430D BOARD CN1106 (THROUGH THE FP-897 FLEXIBLE) G REG__GND REG__GND F_TALLY_LED CH2_MIC48V CH1_MIC48V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG D_3.8 8.0 C410 10u 25V TA 8.5% R421 22k ± 0.1V H SICS_SIG1 (PAGE 4-36) 11 LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 REG_GND I TO XM-005 BOARD CN201 (THROUGH THE FP-217 FLEXIBLE) CH1_SIG_OUT A_4.2 R420 22k ± 0.2V MT_GND MT_GND SIRCS_SIG1 SIRCS_PWM D_3.5 0. 2 3 4 1 XD-003 BOARD XS-004 BOARD 5 6 7 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL REC 16 A XD-003 BOARD DC/DC CONVERTER.2 R402 27k 48.7u 35V C C419 4.6V XLR_48V_CH2 K L (PAGE 4-84) M 16 XD-003/XS-004 4-81 4-82 .1u 2200 B C407 0.1V SHOE_UNREG SHOE_UNREG CH1_MIC48V CH2_MIC48V F_TALLY_LED REG__GND REG__GND REG__GND 48.1u B R413 4700 R418 0 C409 XX R419 XX 0.0 2 GND SCP RT Q407 2SC4177-T1L5L6 Q410 2SA1611T1-M5M6 R411 470k 0.5% 0.2 Q404 2SJ204-T1B R409 2200 1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-129 for printed wiring board of XD-003 baord. • Refer to page 4-127 for printed wiring board of XS-004 baord.3 0.2V CN102 16P 1 2 CH1_P_COM 3 4 5 CH1_GAIN_LINE LOWCUT_ON_CH1 20P 20 19 18 SIRCS_SIG1 F_TALLY_LED 17 16 15 14 13 12 F_TALLY_LED SIRCS_SIG1 LOWCUT_ON_CH2 11 10 9 LOWCUT_ON_CH1 12 13 INPUT1 REC CH SELECT INPUT1 INPUT LEVEL S103 S102 CH1_P_ATT CH1_P_THR CH1_GAIN_LINE CH1_GAIN_HIGH CH1_GAIN_LOW CH2_P_ATT CH2_P_THR CH2_P_COM CH2_N_ATT CH1_SIG_OUT CH1_N_THR CH1_N_COM CH2_N_THR CH2_N_COM 1 INPUT2 INPUT LEVEL S104 CH2_GAIN_LINE CH2_GAIN_HIGH CH2_GAIN_LOW CH2_SIG_OUT 2 8 7 6 5 4 3 MT_5.5% 49.3V TA P 11 12 13 5 6 1.1 0.5 IC401 TL5001CDR D.4 0.0 7.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.7u 35V C 4 3 4 INPUT 3 F.8 R408 47 1 2 Q403 2SC4177-T1L5L6 3 4 R401 680 D401 BR1102W-TR CN401 MT_5.8 R403 27k IC400 RS-70-TU 5 6 7 8 9 10 49.2 7 8 D C400 XX C401 10u 20V B C402 0.1 C417 4.3V TA AA 0.6V XLR_48V_CH1 CH1_GAIN_LINE CH1_GAIN_LOW CH1_GAIN_HIGH REG_GND CH1_(-)_THR CH1_(-)_COM CH1_(-)_ATT REG_GND CH1_(+)_THR CH1_(+)_COM CH1_(+)_ATT INPUT1 +48V S100 CH1_GAIN_LOW CH1_GAIN_HIGH CH1_SIG_OUT INPUT2 +48V S105 CH1_N_ATT 6 7 8 9 10 (PAGE 4-84) CH1_N_THR CH1_N_COM J 11 12 CH1_N_ATT LOWCUT_ON_CH2 CH2_SIG_OUT 13 CH1_P_THR 14 15 16 CH1_P_COM CH1_P_ATT LND100 CH_GND SHOE_ID1 LND101 CN101 16P CH_GND 1 2 3 4 5 CH2_GAIN_LINE TO XM-005 BOARD CN301 (THROUGH THE FP-217 FLEXIBLE) CH2_GAIN_LINE CH2_GAIN_LOW CH2_GAIN_HIGH REG_GND CH2_(-)_THR CH2_(-)_COM CH2_(-)_ATT REG_GND CH2_(+)_THR CH2_(+)_COM CH2_(+)_ATT 6 7 CH2_GAIN_HIGH 8 9 CH2_N_THR 10 11 CH2_N_ATT 12 13 14 15 16 CH2_P_ATT CH2_P_THR CH2_P_COM CH2_N_COM CH2_GAIN_LOW LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 REG_GND CH2_SIG_OUT A_4.2 R423 1k ± 0.2 R415 100k 7.

6V CH1_SIG_OUT REG_GND LOW_CUT_ON_CH1 TO XS-004 BOARD CN102 (THROUGH THE FP-217 FLEXIBLE) NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R :REC MODE P :PB MODE D202 MA111-(K8).5% R323 39k ±0.5% G D001 MA111-(K8).001u C207 0.7u 6.3V P R329 R334 33k C330 0.8 3 IC200 6 2.S0 R217 XX ±0.1u B C316 1u 6.001u C210 4.5% 2 2.5% 4 2.S0 C IC200 - - IC201 C201 0.5% R221 47k ±0.7u 50V 4 2.001u UPC4572G2 R211 4700 1/2W C208 0.3V P R322 4700 ±0.SO SWITCH 0 8 VCC 4-83 4-84 XM-005 .3 6 7 C213 10p CH 8 C215 0.001u C209 4.001u R340 100k D002 MA111-(K8).001u B C318 4.8 R230 47k R229 10k C230 10u 6.3 5 2.3 6 7 8 L303 1mH 12 13 UPC4572G2 + INPUT2 CN300 3P C300 0.7u 50V R314 4700 ±0.8 CTL B+ A+ BAOUT GND 2 7 2.3 3 2.001u C309 4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-109 for printed wiring board.S0 - C319 0.3 2.1u B C329 1u B 4.5% C315 0.8 0 Q201 UN9213J-(K8).S0 2 3 4 5 R324 4700 ±0.001u L302 10uH C306 0.5% R220 330 ±0.3 2 2.7u 50V R212 100k 2.001u + + IC202 EVR R234 C226 10u 6.7u 50V R309 120 1/10W C308 0.1u 15 D004 MA111-(K8).3 1 C303 0.5% C217 1u 6.7u 50V C311 4.5% R320 330 ±0.3V P R325 4700 ±0.3V P R327 4700 ±0.8 IC303 TA75S01F 4 R336 47k 1 5 3 PB 16 C331 10u 6.7u 50V C211 4.001u 4 2.3 6 C313 10p CH 7 8 C320 0.8 CTL B+ A+ B- 2 7 2.1u 14 C328 0.001u L202 10uH C206 0.5% 2.5% 2.3 6 7 8 L203 1mH 12 13 UPC4572G2 INPUT1 CN200 3P C200 0.7 1 2.7 2 2.3 3 2.5% R226 4700 ±0.S0 L300 10uH R333 3900 1/10W R300 1k 1/10W R302 R304 1k 1k 1/10W 1/10W R306 33 1/10W R307 12 1/10W R338 3900 1/10W R301 R303 1k 1k 1/10W 1/10W R305 1k 1/10W R308 0 1/10W R310 120 1/10W C310 4.S0 R222 4700 ±0.01u B IC202 M5201FP-T1 R233 33k C203 0.3 5 2.3V P C323 0.01u B C232 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.7 REC 2 2.S0 4 IC201 C220 0.5% + UPC4572G2 R313 100k R326 4700 ±0.3 2.5% C221 0.5% C222 10u 6.1u B C225 1u B D 1 2.5% R223 39k ±0.001u C304 0.001u L201 10uH R240 100k D201 MA111-(K8).8 2.5% MIC AMP 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 B L200 10uH R235 3900 1/10W R200 R202 R204 1k 1k 1k 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W R206 33 1/10W R207 12 1/10W R236 3900 1/10W R201 R203 R205 R208 1k 1k 1k 0 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W R210 120 1/10W R209 120 1/10W (PAGE 4-81) D200 MA111-(K8).7 C223 0.3 R214 4700 ±0.8 2.3V P R241 47k 2.3 1 R237 33k C224 0.8 2.8 2.01u B 10k C332 0.S0 R315 4700 ± 0.001u R316 120k ±0.3 3 2.5% C321 0.1u B C216 1u 6.8 2.5% R219 1500 ±0.3V P R224 4700 ±0.6V CH2_SIG_OUT REG_GND LOW_CUT_ON_CH2 TO XS-004 BOARD CN101 (THROUGH THE FP-217 FLEXIBLE) F D003 MA111-(K8).01u B IC302 M5201FP-T1 R328 33k 16 C302 0.8 R335 47k R337 10k MIC AMP SIGNAL PATH AUDIO SIGNAL IC303 V BIAS R330 47k 2.001u C204 0.3 5 2.3 3 2.8 2.1u C219 0.001u B R311 4700 1/2W R339 100k R312 100k 2.3 R215 4700 ±0.5% R227 4700 ±0.001u B + 14 C228 0.5% R321 47k ±0.5% IC301 MIC AMP 6 7 8 9 10 11 (PAGE 4-81) R317 XX ±0.3 1 C214 10p CH R218 XX ±0.3 - IC301 H IC300 C301 0.3V P CN301 1 16P E IC203 V BIAS C231 10u 6.7u 50V C212 4.1u 15 D203 MA111-(K8).7u 50V C312 4.3 5 2.5% 3 IC300 AOUT GND 6 5 C334 10u 6.5% C317 1u 6.3V P R331 68k R332 10k 4 J 4. XM-005 PRINTED WIRING BOARD 1 XM-005 BOARD A MIC AMP XX MARK:NO MOUNT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 CN201 1 2 3 16P CH1_(+)_ATT CH1_(+)_COM CH1_(+)_THR REG_GND CH1_(-)_ATT CH1_(-)_COM CH1_(-)_THR REG_GND CH1_GAIN_HIGH CH1_GAIN_LOW CH1_GAIN_LINE XLR_48V_CH1 A_4.3V P 4.3 2.3V P 10k 16 C202 0.001u C305 0.3 1 C314 10p CH R318 XX ±0.001u + + IC302 EVR C326 10u 6.001u C205 0.3V P R225 4700 ±0.SO SWITCH R232 10k 3 R242 68k 4 8 VCC CH2_(+)_ATT CH2_(+)_COM CH2_(+)_THR REG_GND CH2_(-)_ATT CH2_(-)_COM CH2_(-)_THR REG_GND CH2_GAIN_HIGH CH2_GAIN_LOW CH2_GAIN_LINE XLR_48V_CH2 A_4.7u 6.8 Q303 UN9213J-(K8).3 2 2.5% R319 1500 ±0.8 4 MIC AMP 5 2.3V P 4 2.8 IC203 TA75S01F R231 47k 1 5 4.001u L301 10uH C307 0.5% C218 4.5% 2.5% 2 2.3V P I C322 10u 6.001u B 1608 R239 100k R213 100k + R216 120k ±0.

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4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
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CD-512 BOARD FP-594 FLEXIBLE BOARD JK-267 BOARD CK-140 BOARD PD-217 BOARD FP-194 FLEXIBLE BOARD LA-028 BOARD SE-147 BOARD FP-188 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-189 FLEXIBLE BOARD MS-209 BOARD KP-013 BOARD MK-016 BOARD FK-088 BOARD XM-005 BOARD LB-100D BOARD HL-013 BOARD FP-196 FLEXIBLE BOARD MA-430D BOARD DD-216D BOARD XZ-003 BOARD RM-091 BOARD VC-358D BOARD (SIDE A) VC-358D BOARD (SIDE B) XS-004 BOARD XD-003 BOARD

COMMON NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
(BOARD FUNCTIONS)

WAVEFORMS FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block)
(For printed wiring boards) • : Uses unleaded solder. • : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) • Through hole is omitted. • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. • There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram isn’t mounted in this model. • C: panel designation

• Chip parts. Transistor
C 6 5 4 4 5 6 5 4 4 5

Diode
3 3 3 1 23

B

E

1 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 3 4

2 1

1 2 2 3

1 2 4 4

1 6 54 3 3 4

5 4 3 3 4 5 2

1

4 5

3 2 4

1 1

2

2

1

1

3

BOARD INFORMATION board name CD-512 FP-594 JK-267 CK-140 PD-217 FP-194 LA-028 SE-147 FP-188 FP-189 MS-209 KP-013 MK-016 FK-088 XM-005 LB-100D HL-013 FP-196 MA-430D DD-216D XZ-003 RM-091 VC-358D XS-004 XD-003 parts location 4-135 – 4-135 4-135 4-135 – 4-136 4-136 – – 4-136 4-136 4-136 4-136 4-137 4-137 4-137 – 4-137 4-138 4-138 4-138 4-139 4-140 4-140 waveform 4-130 – – – 4-130 – – – – – – – – – – 4-131 4-131 – – 4-131 – – 4-132 – – 4 1 4 6 4 1 6 6 1 1 4 6 6 6 4 4 6 1 4 6 6 4 8 6 6 pattern 2 to 3 – 2 to 3 2 to 5 2 to 4 – 2 to 5 2 to 5 – – 2 to 3 2 to 5 2 to 5 2 to 5 2 to 3 2 to 3 2 to 5 – 2 to 3 2 to 5 2 to 5 2 to 3 2 to 7 2 to 5 2 to 5 CSP IC – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – IC301, 361, 501, 1104, 1403, 1407, 1408, 1409 – – (shown on page) (shown on page) number of layers layers not shown

4-87

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.
9
3

4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION

: Uses unleaded solder.

IC100
4 5

16

CD-512 BOARD(SIDE A)
R111 R114

CD-512 BOARD(SIDE B)

C111 C134 C135

G

1
R104

+
L107

C119

B
C120

L105 R105

+

C108

P
IC105 5

C109

8
8

5
2 1

1

F

4

R110

+

C110

3

A

50

40

30

20

10

2

CN100 49 45 35 25 15 5 1

E
IC102
1 2 7

1
C118

5
R102 R103

8
C105 R108 R107

D

P

L104

C115

IC104

5 1

4 3

+
C114

C133

C101

B
C132

A

C103

16
5 4 3

+
9
1

C

B

R113

3 IC103

R109 R106

R100 R101

4

C131

1

B

5

+

C117 R112

16
5 4 3

C112

A

+
9

A

C113

L106

C130

C102

P

16

+

L101

2

6

1

IC101 5

8

C104 C100 L100

+

1-860-981-

12

1-860-981-

12

1

2

3
4-89

4

5

6

7

8
4-90

9
CD-512

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

: Uses unleaded solder.

FP-594 BOARD
M

M903 LOADING MOTOR

DEW SENSOR

S903 MODE SW

Q901 TAPE END

Q902 TAP E TOP

S901 REC PROOF

S902 C IN

CN901 MIC SW

13 1-668-108H901 S REEL SENSOR H902 T REEL SENSOR

D901 TAPE LED

FP-594

4-91

4-92

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION

• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

: Uses unleaded solder.

JK-267 BOARD(SIDE A)
F
1
6
J302

JK-267 BOARD(SIDE B)
LND300

5 4 3
J301

S1 VIDEO
R312

2
R300

LANC

D314
D301
R311

R314

E
LND301

D306

J303

i
J300

VIDEO

D
D310
R317 R319

R316

R318 LND302

R315 R310

R320

D312

D313

D303

FB300

FB301

R313

D311

CH1

R301

C
R302
R303

D304
R323

AUDIO

R309
L302

D308
C303 C304

R308

D302 D307
R322

B

CH2
R304 R306

R307

C301
L301

35 39

4 7 3

2 5 1

1 5

1-860-98216

LND303

12

2

10

A

R321

DV Interface

15

20

8

6

CN301

D305

25

30

CN300

D315

R305

D300

40

C302

D309

12 1-860-982-

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

4-93

4-94

JK-267

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION

• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

: Uses unleaded solder.

CK-140 BOARD(SIDE A)
F
6 2 5 1 CN255 6 2 1 5 CN256
45 49 50

CK-140 BOARD(SIDE B)
LND250 LND252

D251
R255

D250

40 35

R253 R252 R254 R250

R265

CN250

R268

30

25

20

1 5

10

E

R256

R259

15

S251

S262

S252

R262

S259

DISPLAY
R267

MEMORY PLAY

MEMORY INDEX

MEMORY DELETE
S260

2

MEMORY MIX
S257 S254

S261

DATA CODE
CN253

MEMORY -

MEMORY +

D

1

2

R257 S250 R260 R263

TITLE
R251

R264 R258 R261

S255

S258

DIGITAL EFFECT

MENU

C
S253

TC/U-BIT
S263

ZEBRA

R266

R269

D252

B
CN251

1

OFF
S256

70
5

RESET

100
10

D253

8 D255 CN252 5

CN254

D254

A

1

1-860-96911 11

5

1

14

1-860-969-

16

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

CK-140

4-95

4-96

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION

• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

: Uses unleaded solder.

PD-217 BOARD(SIDE A)
R2114
R2185

PD-217 BOARD(SIDE B)
CN2105
C2115

R2111 C2130

C2103

C2102

C2118

D

R2110 C2106

R2109

37

30 IC2101 5
1 2 4

6

24 20
C2137

Q2182
LND282 1

36

C2114

25

C2112

L2103

+

C2135

C2134

5

R2181 + A

R2168 R2169 C2108

R2186

R2182

Q21014

D2102

6Q2103 4

C2122

C2121

C2138

R2173 R2174 R2175 C2136

C2109

C2120

C2119

45 48
3

R2171 R2127

C2186 C2185
B B

3

A

LND281

C2110

1
C2101 R2122 R2116 R2119
R2176 R2117 R2115

3

5
C2113

13 12
R2124

R2143

1

R2126 R2123 R2148 R2128 R2138

6

1

5

L2101

C2124

CN2100

R2136 R2137 R2134

D2101

C

L2182

R2112

Q2104

C2111 C2132

R2118

C2116 L2104

R2170

10

C2107 C2104 + P

C2131 R2125

R2179 R2180 R2178 C2117

R2145

Q2181

1

L2102

R2113 C2105

37

14

36 40

30
8

25 24 20

Q2105

L2181

R2163 R2151

C2125 R2147

C2123

C2127

D2104 R2149

IC2103
9

Q2106

L2105

48

CN2101

R2140

R2141

D2103 20 24

R2150

1

5

10

15

R2161

C2126

1

7 CN2103

CN2104

Q2183 1
R2183

Q2107

8

R2146

R2142

B

R2162

7 R2184

R2166

Q2108

R2165 R2152 R2153 R2177

1

R2139

C2128

5

R2172

5

4

R2155

5

3

12

13

C2133 R2167

D2105

Q2112

45

1

R2154 R2159

Q2109
R2157 R2160

C2182
LND283 LND285

Q2102

R2158

+ A

LND284

C2184 C2183 +

R2144 R2129 R2135

Q2111

+
C2181 +

A

A
D2181

1-860-9861-860-98611 11

16

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

FP-194 FLEXIBLE BOARD
S001 S001 MENU

1

1-678-061-

5

31

4-97

4-98

PD-217/FP-194

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P
4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION

• Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

: Uses unleaded solder.

LA-028 BOARD(SIDE A)
E
R066

LA-028 BOARD(SIDE B)
79 75 65 55 45 35 CN051 CN053 27 20 15 10 5 1 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 2
R057 R058
R056

25

15

5 1

LND051

CN055

C095

P

D

L072

6

Q141

+

R050 R051 R052 R053 R054 R055

R067

R062 R063 R061 R114

1

Q072

R140

Q140
L142 L143

R111

Q075
R112

R110

R064

Q073

Q074
R210 R211

C094

R141

L073

C158 C156

P

Q077

+

C166

C213 R209 Q201

R164

R163 R166

R167

14

R169 R168

C148

C170 C153

C097

IC074

C150

IC141

R165

R102

IC142 1
C159

R158

R159 C151

R156 R154

L070

R086

R096

R170

R094

R087

C082

C084

R160 R155 C147

C140

R153 R152

R065

C206

R150

C144

10

14

C157

R088

L140

11

11

10

10

15

B

D140

7

8

Q142

+

20

5 1
C076

Q071 Q070

C152

R082 C098 C077

CN056

13

12

C160 R177

C161 R185

R078

1

D070

10

R074

1

8

IC071

IC140

IC143

IC144

Q050

4

5

R076 R079

IC070

8

R083

15

15

R080 R073 C099

20

5

R075

C073

R077 R071

5

5

R186

C164

5

R171

C162

R174

R182

R173 C165

R181

C167 R179 R180 C168

5

4

C072

24

R072

R172

R178

C163

1

C141

C143

A
1

R148

FB140

R060

2

10

20 CN050

30

38

2

10 CN052

20

26

1 CN054

1

6

R070

20

20

C071

1

1

R081

C074

5

15

25

35 39

1

5

15

27

1-860-975-

11

C070

R144 R145 R142

R146 R143

16

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

LA-028

4-99

P

L141

C080

+

R187

10

C154

5

R084

R085

P

C142

R147

IC073

R089

R201

C200

C075

8

9

4-100

P

IC072

C203

P

C201

+

C155

+

C202 R200

R203

C204

R149

11

10

R109 R107

C205

6

C209

R202

1

1-860-975-

10

B

R113

C208

+

R151

C146

R115 R116

R092 R090 R108 R106

C100

C081

+

C083 R093 R091

B

C207

C145

15

7

8

R095

R208

IC200

C085

7

8

5

C078

R207

B

10

3

P

R204

+

5

R161

+

C079

R098

10

+

C211

B

5

R205

20

R206 C212

5

1

4

R097 R103 R104

Q076

C

Q078

R101 C091 C088 C092

R157 R162 C149

R119 R117

C096

1

C090 C087 C089 C086 R099

14

1

C215

L200

C214

+

P

1 IC075 4 IC076 5 5 R100 4

3

1 3

Q143

R105

Q200

R120 R118

+
L071

P

C093

+

P

+
P

+
P

C210

+

A

11

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. • : Uses unleaded solder. SE-147 BOARD(SIDE A) SE-147 BOARD(SIDE B) B SE600 (YAW) SE601 (PITCH) C600 CN600 1 L600 P C601 + 1-860-9796 A 1-860-97916 11 11 1 2 3 4 5 FP-189 FLEXIBLE BOARD 6 7 FP-188 FLEXIBLE BOARD D550 S550 INDEX MARK 1 1-678-056S550 D552 6 31 S552 S552 AUTO D577 D576 D575 S503 SPOT LIGHT 1-678-057- 31 MANUAL INFINITY S501 FADER S502 BACK LIGHT D551 S551 S551 FOCUS PUSH AUTO 4-101 4-102 SE-147/FP-188/FP-189 . PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.

MS-209 BOARD(SIDE A) CN775 8 5 1 MS-209 BOARD(SIDE B) LND775 R1003 R1002 R1004 R1001 12 11 C CN776 B 1 14 A 1-860-97811 16 13 1-860-97811 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MS-209 4-103 4-104 5 10 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. • : Uses unleaded solder. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

• : Uses unleaded solder. KP-013 BOARD(SIDE A) S550 KP-013 BOARD(SIDE B) SEL/PUSH EXEC CN550 B 7 6 1 D550 1 2 3 LND550 4 5 6 A 1-860-974- 11 1-860-974- 11 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 MK-016 BOARD (SIDE A) MK-016 BOARD (SIDE B) S004 GAIN C S005 R001 R005 R006 AUTO LOCK 2 D004 LND001 R004 S003 SHUTTER SPEED CN001 1 HOLD D003 R003 S002 6 5 R007 WHT BAL B R002 S001 AE SHIFT A 1-860-97711 1-860-97711 16 1 4-105 2 3 4 4-106 KP-013/MK-016 . PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. FK-088 BOARD(SIDE A) R507 R504 R506 R509 R516 R518 R503 R510 E 1 2 1 2 2 1 R502 R514 R511 R508 R505 5 5 CN500 CN502 10 10 10 CN501 15 15 20 15 5 R501 R500 22 21 20 39 35 R517 40 D 23 30 25 D512 R512 LND500 R515 R513 1-860-971- 11 C FK-088 BOARD(SIDE B) S511 S509 S510 EDIT SEARCH - EDIT SEARCH + END SEARCH B D511 S508 D509 D508 D506 D504 D502 S505 D500 AUDIO DUB SLOW A S501 S503 PAUSE D510 FF FF D507 S507 D505 S504 D503 S506 S502 S500 REW D501 STOP 1-860-97111 REC PLAY REC 16 1 2 3 4 4-108 5 6 FK-088 4-107 . • : Uses unleaded solder. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

• : Uses unleaded solder.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. XM-005 BOARD(SIDE A) INPUT 1 INPUT 2 XM-005 BOARD(SIDE B) D C R315 R215 8 IC300 IC200 C319 R326 C219 R320 R319 R218 R217 L200 R200 IC301 R322 R321 IC201 R222 C318 D002 D001 D003 D004 D203 D201 C323 L300 C322 C222 C301 C304 R333 C201 1 3 2 1 3 2 C223 B 4 C226 + P D200 1 R323 1 C300 R223 C218 CN200 CN300 4 + P 4 C200 4 P C334 + P C331 + P R330 C302 C303 C305 R300 R302 R304 R338 R306 P C230 + C231 + P C202 C203 C205 R241 C228 C326 C328 L301 3 2 1 4 5 C306 C307 C207 C206 L203 L303 R301 R308 C232 C224 C332 C330 R309 R201 R203 R310 R307 R208 R210 IC302 R211 R311 R329 R234 4 5 2 10 16 5 C208 2 CN301 10 16 C308 1-86099811 C329 R303 C225 1 5 15 1 5 15 IC202 R205 R207 CN201 C209 C309 R305 A R240 R239 R339 1 8 1 R340 R336 R334 R231 R237 R230 R233 R232 R328 R332 R335 4 Q303 R331 Q201 R242 3 2 1 IC303 IC203 R337 R229 L302 L202 R236 L201 C210 C212 C211 C310 C312 C311 R202 R204 R206 + 8 5 C204 R235 D202 R221 R220 R219 R318 R317 4 4 5 5 8 5 R313 R312 C221 R316 C313 C217 R216 R213 R212 R226 8 5 C213 4 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4-109 4-110 + P + P R325 R314 R225 R214 C321 C320 C317 C220 C214 8 + P + 1 1 R327 C314 P R324 C316 C315 R227 R224 C216 C215 + P + P + P R209 11 1-860-998- 8 XM-005 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. • : Uses unleaded solder. LB-100D BOARD (SIDE A) LB-100D BOARD (SIDE B) 27 15 CN200 5 1 D 26 20 10 2 C B 4 3 IC221 D200 1 3 R225 R201 C224 5 1 4 R224 TH200 Q222 R227 1 6 Q221 R200 R230 R232 R223 R231 C222 A 1 5 10 CN201 C221 1-860-98316 12 R205 R206 R207 R208 + P D201 16 1-860-983- 12 1 2 3 4 LB-100D 4-111 4-112 . PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. HL-013 BOARD(SIDE A) R1703 HL-013 BOARD(SIDE B) R1701 B D1701 1 CN1702 R1702 5 CN1703 32 1 25 21 24 1 15 10 5 1 R1704 IC1701 C1701 20 5 1 5 7 CN1701 A 9 16 17 8 1-860-97316 11 1-860-973- 11 1 2 FP-196 FLEXIBLE BOARD 3 4 5 6 7 8 S001 S001 LCD BRIGHT+ S002 LCD BRIGHT– 5 S002 1-678-063- 1 31 S003 S003 VOLUME+ S004 VOLUME– S004 4-113 4-114 HL-013/FP-196 . PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. • : Uses unleaded solder.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. • : Uses unleaded solder. MA-430D BOARD(SIDE A) 10 14 15 D 1 CN1102 2 CN1100 5 14 10 1 5 CN1106 10 2 2 1 20 D1104 5 15 R1156 R1157 R1163 R1166 1-860-984- 15 21 12 C MA-430D BOARD(SIDE B) B C1107 C1159 C1164 C1163 C1166 R1161 C1169 R1172 C1174 R1104 C1172 R1168 R1105 R1181 R1180 R1165 C1187 C1173 R1177 P + D1112 R1102 R1158 C1151 C1160 C1152 R1103 1 C1178 R1131 R1101 C1155 R1155 CN1101 R1154 37 36 40 30 25 20 R1175 C1184 C1183 C1182 10 IC1150 45 48 C1156 C1161 + C1181 R1176 R1178 R1179 D1111 C1153 15 C1157 D1116 R1153 C1179 R1173 C1176 R1152 C1158 20 C1185 C1168 R1164 R1159 R1169 C1186 R1162 C1162 C1165 R1160 R1167 R1171 C1188 C1170 C1167 C1154 R1170 R1182 1 C1175 C1171 C1177 A C1150 16 1 2 MA-430D 4-115 + + P C1106 24 C1180 5 P + P P L1150 R1174 5 13 12 1-860-984- 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4-116 .

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. R358 Q336 LND305 R361 R368 R367 DD-216D BOARD(SIDE A) E DD-216D BOARD(SIDE B) Q333 R366 Q334 Q337 Q327 Q326 + C364 R369 R359 B R360 R372 Q338 + L317 L318 B C369 C370 R355 Q332 R356 R373 + + + B C366 B Q325 Q345 R374 R381 C367 R376 Q344 L313 R362 R370 B R388 R378 Q348 D LND307 R371 Q331 L314 Q349 R390 R389 L311 C360 L312 L309 L315 L316 C371 R391 R392 L310 C356 R380 + C363 B C373 C353 C361 C354 R365 C365 C372 Q335 Q328 Q351 + + + C342 L307 P C359 L305 L303 5 1 2 L306 C343 15 C352 C336 3 4 Q311 1 Q320 C333 20 D315 L308 1 T301 8 CN450 R379 30 Q322 R394 R393 R456 C457 Q313 R375 D313 45 C358 C357 4 5 D311 R398 L453 R457 R348 C331 C330 R344 50 R343 Q308 R396 L451 R310 R311 R400 C332 R349 Q305 C346 Q300 2 3 45 R347 R346 B 1 R399 C322 Q303 Q301 Q302 T300 C300 D300 D305 Q307 D308 Q306 1 3 1 3 CN301 LND303 D306 IC450 R303 Q339 R450 R319 D304 R306 6 C306 4 5 C339 C452 C309 R401 R363 Q316 D302 D303 D314 C316 C308 C314 4 CN300 1 Q340 Q329 C368 C313 R315 R397 R308 R309 R350 R352 R314 R354 11 C338 R385 R382 R383 C348 R353 Q324 Q315 C305 R305 C301 C302 C303 C455 D316 1 2 3 IC301 LND304 C310 C304 R384 Q341 R364 R386 R313 R312 R307 Q317 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 4-117 + A + A A F304 F301 F303 F302 F305 F300 LND306 C326 C362 C453 1-860970- 5 4 R317 R351 8 1 17 25 32 C311 8 9 33 R454 R451 4 C456 16 R332 R328 R318 R316 10 C323 C451 Q304 LND30 IC300 1 R304 R300 LND301 R335 1 8 16 R455 C315 40 R452 R453 C319 C324 5 4 R329 C458 C321 R334 D307 + D301 R302 R301 C376 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 + 55 60 49 C350 + B C450 64 LF300 60 C349 1 LND302 C454 C334 C340 R395 59 55 B C375 4 3 A 4 6 7 R342 C328 C329 4 6 R337 C325 L300 L452 B + R345 C327 Q450 Q310 Q319 R357 R377 D312 3 1 1 L319 3 1 40 R387 3 35 C341 D309 4 6 6 Q309 L304 25 C347 6 Q318 + P 10 1 3 C337 C344 C L302 L301 6 1 5 5 A + C355 + C351 + P + + B + A P A A A C335 3 4 Q314 1 Q323 A 6 Q321 Q312 4 6 C345 4 3 1 + + P R338 C320 R330 R326 C318 C317 R324 R322 R320 C312 R333 R331 R339 R327 R340 R325 R323 R341 R321 8 R336 C307 + B + B + B + B + B 1-860-970- 11 7 8 9 4-118 DD-216D . • : Uses unleaded solder. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

BT8 BT 01 7 A 1 CN801 802 11 1-860-99016 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XZ-003 4-119 4-120 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. • : Uses unleaded solder.BT802 LITHUME BATTERY (SECONDARY) CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. HANDLE ZOOM D801 R802 XZ-003 BOARD(SIDE A) HANDLE REC START/STOP LND801 R805 R807 T (HANDLE ZOOM) W R801 S801 C S802 S804 S803 R806 R803 R808 R804 R809 Q801 1-860-990- D802 11 B XZ-003 BOARD(SIDE B) BT801. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

• : Uses unleaded solder.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. RM-091 BOARD(SIDE A) D 3 2 IC1102 S1100 CUSTOM PRESET C 1-860-985P D1105 4 C1109 + R1125 1 12 RM-091 BOARD(SIDE B) B Q1104 R1128 R1127 D1107 D1110 R1130 R1122 R1123 R1124 R1126 R1129 D1109 D1108 D1106 A R1136 1-860-98512 16 1 2 3 LND101 4 5 6 7 4-121 4-122 RM-091 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board. • 35 40 R807 R808 : Uses unleaded solder. 15 10 C805 C808 G VC-358D BOARD(SIDE A) R003 R004 R843 49 45 50 25 CN008 30 20 R804 R835 R805 5 1 2 2 CN023 1 5 R827 R832 R853 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 C703 + B C705 C764 L710 C806 IC1005 C704 C763 D007 C1067 R002 F X1402 C701 C1420 R1445 C1421 IC701 11 15 20 C1092 C716 76 80 + A 75 70 65 60 55 51 50 R820 R1015 R1020 C760 Q701 R006 C807 R809 R806 R826 R828 R829 3 4 5 26 A R854 R822 1 R838 C803 R839 R840 5 R842 C809 C812 IC1411 R005 C804 R830 Q1011 1 10 5 10 5 IC702 11 15 20 C761 1 FB702 FB703 + R833 Q702 C762 2 8 9 L801 R701 C702 R851 R850 X1401 R1092 14 45 40 IC802 35 30 5 10 15 20 25 26 61 2 10 20 CN025 30 40 50 D702 X801 R818 C801 + P IC1092 R819 85 90 95 10 5 1 5 8 C767 15 C712 C711 C765 25 C708 35 C707 45 49 C709 C766 Q003 R009 R852 C1093 C1075 + P E + P C1076 R001 R803 IC801 5 8 R1321 R1090 5 4 1 C739 R710 C715 100 4 1 3 R760 Q801 Q001 Q1302 C1090 R1074 + P C1095 R1320 IC1008 L802 L701 R1072 + A C714 C713 FB706 R707 R709 36 37 40 30 1 25 24 R708 R1032 C1025 R1039 11 C1091 C811 10 R1073 C810 + P IC704 C722 R718 C732 26 C721 R721 20 25 C718 C733 R773 C738 R720 C724 R711 R772 R714 20 6 R705 C802 R816 R815 R008 R814 R813 R801 R812 7 R1094 C1094 R1093 C1068 C710 C706 R761 1 + R762 C717 16 C1423 IC803 R1075 L702 Q1010 15 C1039 1 C1028 R802 C1312 8 Q1014 Q1007 C1034 L1303 C1318 R1307 R1041 C1302 R1040 C1044 IC1003 FB772 R1316 R1317 R1314 C1304 C1306 30 40 25 39 R1010 + A C1041 55 R1006 R1011 C1021 C1024 C1303 C1012 R1088 C772 36 37 40 C1009 R1024 R1319 C1343 R1330 R771 C1003 Q1004 Q1003 R1021 + P C1313 R1042 R1327 R1045 R1046 C1026 FB1002 R1031 R1044 1 R1043 C1042 C1043 C1036 20 17 1 5 C1018 76 80 85 90 C1337 A 95 C1031 R1328 C1329 FB1301 1 100 R1023 R1030 C427 C428 C429 C430 C431 C425 10 C1019 16 L1001 R1029 + 8 R421 R422 R418 R1003 R1012 IC1010 R1007 C419 C437 R433 R413 R414 R415 Q1002 25 24 20 13 C106 IC101 R1001 Q1006 72 R1026 C108 30 71 R104 5 R020 C1038 C113 R1009 R1005 36 R1022 40 45 R407 R406 1 C1052 + A R1086 C1055 R1051 C1054 R1085 R1004 R1014 C1006 R1013 C116 C114 R424 R437 30 C1047 C1078 C1048 C1037 R404 R401 C433 R1058 R1077 R1076 C119 C115 R127 C117 R109 R106 R108 R112 C118 R107 R110 C1053 C1050 R1050 R1049 55 60 C1049 IC1004 25 20 + P C1062 + P C1060 C1059 C1061 C1079 1 4 IC1012 5 8 R1053 CL501 R403 R402 R425 C401 C404 C405 C402 C407 Q1009 Q1005 L102 CL502 CL503 C406 R023 49 32 30 L1002 37 48 R1083 R1084 63 R430 32 48 45 40 35 33 C434 R024 25 24 1 R1008 R105 C110 C111 C1040 + P + P C107 C1077 C105 R1052 5 1 + 8 C424 32 67 C403 R405 49 C410 IC402 R432 C411 59 55 20 C436 R431 33 40 45 48 64 R427 R426 R429 1 1 5 CN101 10 5 CN020 11 2 10 CN022 20 26 2 10 CN024 20 26 A + L1003 C1056 P 64 1 5 10 C1058 17 16 L1004 1 5 15 27 1 5 15 27 1-860-968- C1051 60 5 16 1 2 VC-358D 4-123 + B B R103 IC1002 R408 R409 70 C423 25 IC401 65 55 C408 R410 C432 1716 89 50 C1005 C1015 R1025 R1027 C112 C103 12 L101 Q102 16 9 R021 C415 C414 R412 C412 45 C421 60 C413 C409 20 R411 R1078 R1048 R435 40 FB101 + B R428 R022 4 17 5 64 C416 R436 C439 C440 35 C1017 C420 C1007 16 10 5 1 R417 C435 C438 C102 R419 R434 C104 5 4 1 2 3 IC1009 CN021 C1014 C1016 + P C1029 C422 C418 R416 30 C1020 C1027 66 L402 25 R420 Q402 + A P C1013 + R423 C1030 C426 + P 20 C1328 R1325 Q401 64 L401 15 10 FB771 Q004 R007 L1073 + P C771 C R1017 R1019 60 C1023 C1046 Q1001 R1302 24 FB707 75 5 1 2 25 Q1301 IC1001 R1334 C1301 R1047 Q1016 R1016 C1004 5 55 L1301 R1305 R1304 C1022 C1315 R1301 C1008 C1321 48 C1340 C1342 + B 10 C1305 R1333 1 R1322 C1314 C1322 65 49 32 R1312 + B C759 70 1 5 R1313 5 12 13 45 48 45 40 33 36 IC771 C758 1 37 15 R1326 60 C1002 R1028 C1010 + P + R1329 C1011 R1002 C1310 C1307 45 35 48 C1338 10 R1087 34 IC1301 38 CN007 30 5 3 + P C1035 20 IC706 C1308 C1311 40 + B 15 R1034 24 C1330 4 5 51 + R1038 R1033 Q1008 37 36 24 13 12 D 50 45 40 35 30 C1045 P 25 24 20 Q1304 Q1305 Q1303 C1333 20 + R1036 R1315 R1318 C1309 C1320 R1324 C1323 + B C756 C731 C737 R717 R716 C736 R715 C735 C748 R1037 R1018 + A 1 R1308 R1306 C1341 L1304 20 C1316 C1319 41 R1323 A 8 1 12 C757 C750 C751 4 5 4-124 6 + P R1035 C752 1 Q1015 L1302 X1301 + C1332 5 + R841 R836 R837 R831 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 79 1 B 45 4 5 A 48 5 10 R719 7 + C719 C725 C723 C720 B P P + A + A + + P B + 13 A A + + A P + P 11 8 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3. 1 D1802 C1813 G VC-358D BOARD(SIDE B) 51 27 L1802 C1815 59 15 CN002 5 1 CN004 2 5 CN009 13 10 14 1 CL1403 CL1407 C1413 CL1402 CL1404 CL1406 CL1401 C1824 R1805 R1804 FB1801 C1827 C1802 C1805 R1801 C1806 C1807 C1803 C1804 R1433 R1434 R1436 R1822 37 40 C1821 FB1408 IC1402 30 25 36 37 60 24 57 40 20 52 IC1803 56 R1453 C1808 C1819 C1818 R1451 58 + A R1821 C1817 R1454 C1407 R1807 C1814 C1812 D005 Q1405 D1401 R1402 R1403 D001 D002 D003 D004 C1418 2 R1401 R1435 49 48 1 2 C1422 61 60 L1803 R1449 R1457 30 36 30 49 25 50 24 20 4 3 Q1404 Q1401 55 50 45 40 35 31 FB1405 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 26 20 10 13 10 5 1 4 IC1405 5 8 R1816 + P 4 6 3 5 C1425 R1448 1 FB1407 C1823 48 1 IC1408 21 5 54 13 12 IC1802 45 48 C1825 45 46 25 55 R1802 R1452 FB1409 F R1823 R1828 65 45 53 R1827 5 7 9 11 8 10 12 39 38 R1420 R1418 R1416 R1414 70 R1803 13 14 37 36 20 C1401 15 16 35 34 25 24 R1421 R1419 R1417 R1415 75 5 12 12 13 IC1401 48 IC1410 30 80 47 R1833 1 C1826 R1831 R1832 R1809 R1808 R1810 R1811 R1814 C1811 R1820 R1819 R1815 C1810 R1423 48 R1422 1 Q1403 Q1402 C728 C727 C726 R1406 R1412 90 100 105 110 115 C1809 C1801 R1432 R1430 R1431 20 12 R1450 R1444 R1446 IC705 + P C1408 C746 C747 30 R958 16 C910 + P Q904 X701 36 C745 45 C1428 37 40 8 10 R912 R909 C1427 FB1404 C1409 + P + IC1407 9 14 R730 C1414 C921 C749 + C753 R731 C754 FB704 D703 R763 R765 C926 FB705 C928 C902 R932 R953 R907 P Q903 C901 C914 C917 C912 13 C920 C913 C918 C916 12 C919 C903 11 15 R728 R916 R908 5 C908 C1424 R1447 R1455 4 1 IC1406 FB1402 + 1 R911 C915 48 C911 C922 48 46 47 44 45 C345 49 R924 Q905 R930 + R729 C324 R323 C343 R733 R734 D CN003 1 D701 R010 C1416 20 21 15 10 5 42 1 80 75 R379 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7 10 9 12 11 14 13 16 15 18 17 5 4 1 2 3 IC707 C904 Q1110 D303 D304 R955 C325 C326 FB1401 C1402 R317 L901 P C327 R356 R351 R954 C935 IC1404 16 C930 15 C1404 C1103 C931 C933 Q1111 R341 R338 R316 R329 R327 R336 C323 R314 R334 R313 R306 D1103 IC1101 2 C1101 R1110 R1114 R1121 R1105 1 R1113 R1104 R1111 R1103 C1104 7 8 D301 D302 8 D1102 FB303 IC1103 5 R1122 R1123 R1118 R1119 R1117 C1102 R1120 R1128 R1103 R1110 R1134 R1123 R1113 R1133 R1122 R1121 R1130 R1118 R1104 R1132 R1120 R1111 R1131 R1119 R1114 R1129 R1117 R1105 R1126 R1128 C1104 R1127 R1124 R1131 R1134 R1133 R1130 R1129 R1126 R1127 R1192 5 R1191 IC1105 4 C507 14 D1111 R1204 Q1114 R1230 41 38 35 59 56 53 50 47 44 32 C1122 8 D1105 86 83 R1180 X1101 108 101 102 100 104 105 103 114 111 91 116 115 117 R1178 R1136 R1189 R1159 FB1101 C1115 C1116 C1118 R1140 R1156 R1157 R1143 R1141 R1166 R1167 R517 R516 119 118 120 94 97 1 3 2 107 106 110 109 113 112 93 96 99 C127 R364 R361 40 C506 R514 C509 C503 R1218 C1129 31 30 FB302 42 45 R1108 R1214 R1205 R1225 R1208 R1202 R1224 R1209 R1201 R1200 R1210 R1222 R1107 R1217 R1198 R1226 R1216 R1199 R1223 C1131 C1108 Q1112 R1209 R1210 R1214 R1208 R1217 R1216 C1131 C109 R1196 R1225 R1200 R1226 R1108 R1224 R1107 R1223 Q1108 R368 R367 X1102 Q1107 R370 C333 L307 C335 C332 C331 + P 1 5 R124 R123 R122 R121 R120 R119 R372 A Q110 60 61 63 66 70 73 76 79 R1212 D1113 R1231 1 2 10 1 LND101 62 65 67 69 72 75 78 80 2 R1211 R1207 62 R506 48 59 64 68 71 74 58 77 4 3 5 5 12 13 C329 20 R1197 CN006 R125 45 IC361 R1220 C1127 R1203 C1132 C1130 R1201 R1205 R1202 R1222 R1198 R1199 C1108 43 44 37 34 31 28 19 R1206 R1213 C1128 C1107 Q1116 C502 C337 R1215 X501 C128 + FB304 R369 52 53 54 11 10 55 56 57 8 6 7 9 D1112 LND102 15 25 50 51 49 14 13 12 R371 30 C1119 R1142 47 46 48 17 16 15 IC102 24 18 C505 33 20 C338 35 39 69 92 95 98 35 32 29 40 38 27 36 33 30 41 39 26 25 23 21 22 20 16 9 10 4-125 11 12 78 77 74 73 75 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 62 63 59 60 61 56 57 58 51 54 55 52 53 49 48 R1115 68 89 88 90 R1135 R1158 C1114 R1154 R1165 R515 C120 85 87 R1176 R1188 C1113 R1152 R1164 R518 10 11 82 10 12 84 11 7 9 8 4 6 5 83 80 82 79 81 76 45 50 44 47 43 Q1104 K2 C1120 R1179 C1117 46 R1227 C1112 R1151 R1163 R532 13 15 81 14 32 C123 C122 C121 C124 80 79 86 85 84 42 41 40 R1147 R1146 76 78 18 16 77 17 88 87 89 39 37 38 B R1229 R1219 C1111 R1150 R1162 R519 R383 IC1104 IC501 21 19 74 75 73 20 R1144 R1145 D1110 C1110 R1149 R1161 R526 15 90 91 92 34 35 36 R1181 R1138 R1106 R1112 R1194 R1195 R1144 R1145 R1147 R1146 C1120 R1179 R1194 R1195 LND103 24 22 72 70 23 29 71 5 C1109 R1148 R1160 27 68 69 67 26 R527 R126 R503 R505 R504 R507 C501 R501 R502 C504 IC302 25 C346 C303 28 66 64 29 R1106 R1112 C307 FB306 65 30 C1121 R1155 R1177 R520 L103 48 43 R1181 R1138 R1228 R521 62 63 61 R380 55 52 45 39 36 58 49 46 40 42 37 34 60 57 54 1 51 31 33 20 98 96 93 99 97 94 100 95 2 4 1 7 6 10 9 12 14 16 17 19 20 22 25 24 R1153 27 29 28 30 + A R531 1 C321 X301 C308 C1106 L305 3 5 8 11 13 15 18 21 23 R1139 R525 C317 C310 C312 R524 + P C320 Q1113 R1116 R377 R381 R1125 1 13 + P R1109 R1132 1 R1124 R1193 R528 C508 C318 R322 R312 C348 36 37 40 30 14 15 156 152 148 144 140 136 132 128 124 120 116 C1105 R513 R512 R511 R510 R509 R508 D1104 4 R310 C322 R307 25 24 160 157 153 149 145 139 137 131 127 123 118 115 112 4 5 C313 166 163 161 158 151 146 141 138 130 126 122 114 113 109 106 IC1102 Q1115 R1137 IC502 C319 R320 3 L303 28 174 173 172 165 162 155 150 143 170 169 167 164 159 154 147 142 135 129 125 117 111 110 107 103 102 134 133 121 119 108 105 104 99 98 D1106 C302 R311 C314 C126 R115 R116 R117 R118 R114 C125 R113 178 177 176 171 168 101 100 97 95 94 8 5 FB901 C934 R904 C334 C304 1-860-968- D1111 R315 R343 R340 R331 R328 4-126 182 181 180 179 175 96 93 92 91 90 C Q1106 FB501 1 C339 186 185 184 183 187 85 89 88 87 86 Q1101 Q1103 Q1102 Q1105 R523 R522 190 191 192 189 188 84 83 80 81 82 41 45 50 55 10 60 Q306 Q302 Q304 IC301 11 C306 R305 C340 194 193 197 196 195 79 75 76 77 78 40 61 R335 R332 198 199 200 201 204 67 71 72 73 74 R321 202 203 205 208 211 60 63 68 69 70 R1221 65 C932 C341 + P C328 Q305 Q301 C353 Q303 206 207 212 213 216 + 6 13 25 26 31 38 51 56 57 64 65 66 C1403 35 5 L306 210 209 215 2 3 9 17 21 27 35 39 46 47 54 59 61 62 44 R358 214 1 5 10 14 18 22 30 34 42 43 50 53 55 58 R936 R949 C342 IC903 R318 Q307 Q308 R360 4 15 70 7 11 19 23 29 33 37 41 45 49 52 30 20 C315 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 C929 C352 FB305 C301 C309 FB301 C305 43 10 1 R324 L304 C1405 FB307 R764 C1406 25 R319 C316 27 R326 R378 R325 5 R382 C311 47 45 43 41 39 36 34 L902 R957 R956 8 C1426 1 50 49 48 44 42 38 35 33 31 23 21 C1344 22 17 R1331 8 5 42 43 40 41 38 39 36 37 34 35 32 33 IC1403 21 20 19 23 22 25 24 52 51 46 40 37 32 29 18 Q906 20 C936 25 R1441 55 54 53 30 28 27 Q902 IC1412 13 5 4 19 R1413 R1437 R1438 57 58 56 24 26 25 C742 R1332 A R1428 R1426 R1424 R1404 136 114 106 131 130 127 117 134 119 111 126 123 122 107 103 140 138 135 132 118 115 113 110 125 121 128 IC1409 59 60 62 21 22 23 L1305 C1415 C1417 C1410 142 139 61 64 5 8 14 19 20 E R722 R724 R723 R725 R737 R738 R739 R740 24 R713 L1801 R1429 R1427 R1425 30 31 28 29 FB1406 63 1 3 6 10 12 16 17 18 R735 R736 120 91 95 C734 + R1443 R712 C1822 2 4 7 9 11 13 15 R1806 R1830 36 37 40 45 R384 R385 85 5 C1412 FB1403 C1419 1 R1442 26 27 16 + P + P R1411 R1456 R1407 R1408 C1411 R1409 R1410 R1405 20 13 17 19 18 20 33 31 32 30 15 22 23 29 28 25 24 25 27 26 5 10 R1439 R1440 143 2 5 7 10 13 17 20 24 3 6 9 11 14 15 18 19 22 144 1 4 8 12 16 21 25 141 100 109 108 104 137 133 129 116 112 124 120 102 99 96 92 89 85 82 105 101 97 93 88 84 80 98 95 94 91 90 87 86 P 23 26 28 31 34 27 30 32 35 39 29 33 36 38 42 37 41 45 40 43 47 44 46 50 48 49 51 52 53 54 57 56 55 61 60 58 65 63 59 69 66 62 76 73 72 68 64 79 77 74 71 67 83 81 78 75 70 26 31 32 33 B A R528 R524 R525 R531 R1228 R521 C1121 R1155 R1177 R520 C1109 R1148 R1160 R527 D1110 C1110 R1149 R1161 R526 R1229 R1219 C1111 R1150 R1162 R519 C1117 R1227 C1112 R1151 R1163 R532 R1176 R1188 C1113 R1152 R1164 R518 R1135 R1158 C1114 R1154 R1165 R515 R1178 R1189 C1115 R1156 R1166 R517 R1136 R1159 C1116 R1157 R1167 R516 FB1101 C1118 R1143 R1140 R1141 C1119 R1142 + A P 11 17 VC-358D . • : Uses unleaded solder. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

• : Uses unleaded solder. XS-004 BOARD(SIDE A) CN101 1 2 5 10 15 16 1 2 5 10 CN102 15 16 XS-004 BOARD(SIDE B) LND101 INPUT 1 REC CH SELECT CH1-CH2 CH1 INPUT 1 LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT INPUT 1 +48V ON OFF INPUT 2 LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT B 1 CN100 5 S103 S102 S104 10 S100 S105 13 LND100 A 20 CN103 10 15 5 2 1 INPUT 2 +48V ON OFF 11 1-860-989- 1-860-98916 11 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XS-004 4-127 4-128 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

• : Uses unleaded solder. XD-003 BOARD(SIDE A) C412 C411 B 1 D402 R420 R421 R422 R423 Q409 C408 R417 CN401 R414 Q408 10 R415 R416 Q407 Q405 R411 13 1 4 R408 C406 2 3 Q401 R425 D401 A LND400 IC400 R401 R412 R413 R410 C407 R418 Q410 5 Q406 C409 + P 1-860-987- 11 16 1 2 3 XD-003 BOARD(SIDE B) E C405 R404 A Q411 C403 C413 R419 C416 C415 B 5 C404 R405 R406 R407 B IC401 4 C R402 8 1 L400 C402 C400 R409 R403 Q404 C A C401 C420 C419 C418 C417 C 1-860-987- Q403 C L401 Q402 L402 C410 C414 + 16 4 + B C 11 5 6 7 4-129 XD-003 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-3.DSR-PD170/PD0170P/PD190P 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION • Refer to page 4-87 for common note for printed wiring board.

102 3.5Vp-p 2 IC2101 rj 440mVp-p 17msec H 3 IC100.4Vp-p H 8.0Vp-p 2H 7 IC102 8 8 IC2103 1 0. 102 qg. 101. WAVEFORMS CD-512 BOARD REC PD-217 BOARD REC/PB 1 IC100.2 1 IC2101 rh q.8Vp-p H 8 IC100 8 0. 101. 101.4Vp-p 74 nsec 8. 102 1.0Vp-p 2H 6 IC101 8 7 IC2101 wf 0.9Vp-p 56 nsec CD-512/PD-217 4-130 . IC2103 rk 8Vp-p H 500mVp-p H 2.0Vp-p 2H 5 IC100.4Vp-p 74 nsec 8. 101.4 19.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P CD-512 BOARD PD-217 BOARD 4-4. 101. 102 qf 4 IC2101 w.qh 6 IC2101 ws 3.3Vp-p H 2.9Vp-p V 2 IC100.2Vp-p H 9 IC2103 wh 2. 3. 102 qa 3 IC2101 rk 34msec 19V 420mVp-p H 4 IC100.

2Vp-p 2. 5.5 µsec 1.5 µsec 5 IC300 tk 5.DSR-PD170/PD0170P/PD190P LB-100D BOARD HL-013 BOARD DD-216D BOARD LB-100D BOARD REC/PB HL-013 BOARD REC/PB DD-216D BOARD (1/2) CAMERA REC 1 IC200 4 1 IC1701 2 1 IC300 rj 4.6Vp-p H 38 µsec 3.2Vp-p 2.0Vp-p 5.2Vp-p 8 IC300 3 2.4Vp-p 4-131 LB-100/HL-013/DD-216D .2Vp-p 2.5 µsec 4 IC300 th 5.5 µsec 5.2Vp-p 2.5 µsec 7 IC300 yf 2.5 µsec 3 IC300 td 5.2Vp-p 2.2Vp-p 2.5 µsec 2 IC300 t.5 µsec 6 IC300 ya 5.

wd.0Vp-p 74 nsec 4 IC704 5.wg.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B VC-358D BOARD (1/18) REC/PB VC-358D BOARD (2/18) REC/PB 1 IC704 wl 9 IC705 rh qj IC705 0 wf IC771 rj.4Vp-p 400mVp-p H V 74 nsec 4.0Vp-p 6 IC704 9.3 msec 3.0Vp-p V 33.wh.8Vp-p 135 nsec 300mVp-p H H 3.9Vp-p 74 nsec 4. IC706 wa qs IC705 1 w.6Vp-p 2. IC706 ql qd IC705 2 wa IC705 qj. IC705 rj qk IC705 qa VC-358D BOARD (4/18) REC/PB 400mVp-p H 74 nsec 3.9 wd IC705 ea 3.wl 3.2Vp-p H 74 nsec wh IC1411 4 4.0Vp-p 8 IC705 rg qh IC705 8 3.5Vp-p H 450mVp-p H 74 nsec 4.6Vp-p 3.9Vp-p 74 nsec H 37 nsec 4.7Vp-p 4. IC705 qf VC-358D BOARD (5/18) REC/PB 500mVp-p H 3.8Vp-p H H VC-358D 4-132 .0Vp-p 5 IC704 7.3Vp-p 3.wk.ql 3.6Vp-p 74 nsec 2 IC704 es q. IC706 qj qf IC705 6 ws IC705 ws.6Vp-p 50 nsec 3.0Vp-p 7 IC706 qf qg IC705 5.uj 400 mVp-p H 3.qk.0Vp-p wg IC1401 ul 3 IC704 eg qa IC705 rk ql IC705 qs 2.

2Vp-p H 4-133 VC-358D .0Vp-p H wk IC301 <zzc (L303) ea IC102 ea.4Vp-p 23.9Vp-p 2V H 250mVp-p 3.1Vp-p H r.DSR-PD170/PD0170P/PD190P VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B VC-358D BOARD (6/18) REC/PB VC-358D BOARD (8/18) VC-358D BOARD (9/18) REC/PB VC-358D BOARD (10/18) wj IC301 rg (L304) e.8 nsec 1. REC/PB ej IC1301 qf (S-VIDEO OUT) 2. IC102 wj PB ONLY ef IC1301 rs (VIDEO IN) rs IC903 2 LINE REC 480mVp-p 2.3Vp-p H ek IC1301 qk (S-VIDEO OUT) 1. (C307) es IC102 eg REC/PB eh IC1301 7 rf IC903 yk REC/PB 3. IC1301 wk (VIDEO IN) 230mVp-p 74 nsec ra IC1301 eh (VIDEO IN) 1.ed REC/PB eg IC1301 rh rd IC903 wg REC/PB 2.2Vp-p 40 nsec 1.9Vp-p H el IC1301 ws (VIDEO OUT) 2.0Vp-p H 800mVp-p 74 nsec wl IC301 <zc.6Vp-p 74 nsec ed IC102 r.8Vp-p 40 nsec V 320mVp-p H 1.6Vp-p 32 nsec V 480mVp-p 2.

2.7Vp-p ta IC1803 ej (EVF) tl IC1803 wh (EVF) yh IC401 1 2.7Vp-p 31. (EVF) th IC1803 qg (EVF) yd IC401 r.9Vp-p 2H 7.7Vp-p ua IC1002 qa rl IC1802 ws (EVF) tj IC1803 wa (EVF) yf IC401 rk 3.6Vp-p H 10.9Vp-p 1. (EVF) y.5Vp-p 1.6Vp-p 2H 2H 10.0 msec 2.3 µsec 2.0Vp-p 2H 7. (X1101) 360mVp-p H V 2.7Vp-p ts IC1803 r.9Vp-p 2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D BOARD SIDE A VC-358D BOARD SIDE B VC-358D BOARD (11/18) REC/PB VC-358D BOARD (12/18) VC-358D BOARD (15/18) REC/PB REC/PB rg IC1802 rh (EVF) td IC1803 rk (EVF) ya IC802 ra (X801) yk IC1104 r. IC1802 wf (EVF) tk IC1803 wd (EVF) yg IC401 tl 2.9Vp-p 7.0 msec 2.9Vp-p H 62 nsec 2.9Vp-p V VC-358D BOARD (14/18) u.6Vp-p 370 nsec 6.9Vp-p 2H 185 nsec 3.1 msec 2.eg (EVF) yj IC402 es 2.4Vp-p 50 nsec 3.7Vp-p 488 nsec 3.0Vp-p 122 nsec 2. IC1002 0 REC/PB rk IC1802 w.8Vp-p ys IC501 1 (C502) 30.6 msec 2.1Vp-p 400mVp-p H H rj IC1802 rk (EVF) tg IC1803 qf (EVF) 2. IC1803 es.7Vp-p us IC1002 qs t.5 µsec 3.8Vp-p 930 µsec VC-358D 4-134 .ed.4Vp-p 50 nsec rh IC1802 rj (EVF) tf IC1803 1 (EVF) VC-358D BOARD (13/18) yl IC1104 td (R1203) REC/PB 2.2Vp-p 50 nsec VC-358D BOARD (16/18) REC/PB 400mVp-p H 2.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-5. MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION no mark : side A * mark : side B CD-512 BOARD C100 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C117 C118 C119 C120 C130 C131 C132 C133 C134 C135 A-2 D-1 A-2 D-2 A-2 D-2 G-2 G-1 G-1 G-1 A-1 A-1 D-1 D-1 A-1 D-1 G-1 G-1 A-1 A-1 D-1 D-1 G-1 G-1 JK-267 BOARD * * * * C301 C302 C303 C304 B-7 B-7 C-7 B-7 CK-140 BOARD CN250 * CN251 CN252 CN253 CN254 CN255 CN256 * D250 * D251 * D252 D253 D254 D255 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R255 R256 R257 R258 R259 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R266 R267 R268 R269 S250 S251 S252 S253 S254 S255 S256 S257 S258 S259 S260 S261 S262 S263 E-3 B-6 A-5 D-4 A-2 E-1 E-2 F-8 F-8 B-10 A-3 A-3 A-3 F-7 E-9 D-8 C-7 E-9 D-8 C-8 E-9 D-9 C-7 E-9 B-9 E-7 E-8 B-9 D-7 E-7 E-9 C-7 D-9 C-8 B-10 D-8 D-9 E-10 E-9 D-7 E-8 B-9 PD-217 BOARD C2101 C2102 C2103 C2104 C2105 C2107 C2108 C2109 C2110 C2111 C2112 C2113 C2114 C2115 C2116 C2117 C2118 C2119 C2120 C2123 C2124 C2125 C2126 C2127 C2128 C2133 C2181 C2182 C2183 C2184 C2185 C2186 CN2100 CN2101 CN2103 CN2104 CN2105 D2101 D2102 D2104 D2181 C-1 D-1 D-1 C-1 C-1 C-1 D-1 D-1 C-1 C-2 D-2 C-2 D-2 D-3 C-2 C-2 D-2 D-3 D-2 C-3 C-3 C-3 B-3 B-3 B-3 B-2 C-3 B-3 C-3 C-3 C-3 D-3 C-1 B-1 A-3 B-2 D-3 C-1 C-2 B-2 A-3 Q2104 Q2109 Q2111 Q2112 Q2181 Q2182 Q2183 R2111 R2112 R2113 R2115 R2116 R2117 R2118 R2119 R2122 R2123 R2124 R2129 R2134 R2136 R2137 R2138 R2143 R2144 R2146 R2147 R2148 R2153 R2157 R2158 R2159 R2160 R2162 R2163 R2165 R2166 R2167 R2168 R2169 R2170 R2172 R2173 R2174 R2175 R2176 R2181 R2182 R2183 R2184 C-3 B-3 C-2 B-3 C-3 D-3 B-3 D-1 C-1 B-1 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-3 C-2 C-2 C-3 C-2 C-3 C-3 D-3 C-3 B-1 C-3 C-3 B-3 B-3 B-3 B-3 B-3 B-2 C-2 B-3 B-3 B-2 D-1 D-1 C-2 B-3 D-1 D-1 C-1 C-2 D-3 D-3 A-4 B-2 CN300 A-4 * CN301 A-9 * D300 D301 * D302 D303 * D304 * D305 D306 * D307 * D308 * D309 * D310 * D311 * D312 * D313 * D314 FB300 FB301 J300 J301 J302 J303 * L301 * L302 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 A-7 E-4 B-7 E-3 C-7 A-7 E-4 B-7 C-7 D-9 D-8 C-9 E-9 E-9 E-8 E-4 E-4 D-4 F-5 E-1 E-1 B-7 B-7 E-3 C-7 C-7 C-7 B-7 A-7 B-7 B-7 B-7 C-7 E-8 E-9 E-8 E-9 D-9 D-8 D-9 D-9 D-9 E-9 A-3 * CN100 E-6 IC100 IC101 IC102 IC103 IC104 IC105 L100 L101 L104 L105 L106 L107 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 G-1 B-1 E-1 A-1 D-1 G-2 A-2 D-2 D-1 G-1 A-1 G-1 A-1 A-1 D-1 D-1 G-1 G-1 A-1 D-2 D-2 A-1 G-2 G-2 A-1 C-1 G-2 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * IC2101 D-2 IC2103 B-2 L2101 L2102 L2103 L2104 L2181 L2182 Q2101 Q2102 Q2103 C-1 C-1 D-2 C-2 C-3 C-3 C-3 B-2 C-3 4-135 CD-512/JK-267/CK-140/PD-217 .DSR-PD170/PD0170P/PD190P 4-3.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS LA-028 BOARD * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * C070 C071 C072 C073 C074 C075 C076 C077 C078 C079 C080 C085 C086 C087 C088 C089 C090 C091 C092 C093 C094 C095 C096 C097 C098 C099 C100 C140 C141 C142 C143 C144 C145 C146 C147 C148 C149 C150 C151 C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157 C158 C159 C160 C161 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168 C170 C200 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C214 C215 A-8 A-9 A-8 B-9 B-8 B-9 B-7 B-8 C-7 C-7 B-8 C-8 C-9 C-9 C-8 C-9 C-9 C-8 C-8 C-8 C-8 D-4 C-7 C-8 B-8 B-8 C-8 C-2 A-3 B-3 A-3 B-3 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-3 C-4 C-4 B-1 C-3 B-1 B-3 C-3 B-3 C-3 C-2 B-3 B-4 A-3 A-2 B-3 A-3 C-3 A-4 A-4 C-3 B-10 B-10 B-10 B-9 B-10 B-9 C-10 C-9 C-10 B-9 C-10 C-9 C-10 C-10 A-1 E-7 A-2 E-4 A-4 D-2 B-5 B-8 B-3 A-3 IC070 IC071 IC072 IC073 IC074 IC075 IC076 IC140 IC141 IC142 IC143 IC144 * IC200 * * * * * * * * L070 * L071 L072 * L073 L140 L141 L142 L143 * L200 Q050 * Q070 * Q071 Q072 * Q073 * Q074 Q075 * Q076 Q077 * Q078 Q140 Q141 Q142 Q143 * Q200 * Q201 R051 R052 R053 R054 R055 R063 R065 R066 R067 R070 R071 R072 R073 R074 R075 R076 R077 R078 R079 R080 R081 R082 R083 R084 R085 R086 R087 R088 R089 R091 R092 R093 R095 R096 R097 R098 R099 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 B-9 B-7 B-7 B-8 C-8 C-8 C-8 B-1 C-3 C-2 B-2 B-4 C-10 C-7 C-8 D-5 C-8 B-1 B-2 C-3 C-3 C-10 B-4 B-6 B-6 D-4 D-8 D-8 D-5 C-7 C-5 C-7 D-3 D-3 B-3 C-3 C-10 C-9 D-3 D-3 D-3 D-3 D-3 D-6 C-5 E-5 D-5 A-9 B-9 A-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-7 B-9 B-9 B-7 B-8 B-9 B-8 B-8 B-6 B-7 C-7 C-7 B-8 B-8 C-9 C-8 C-9 C-8 C-8 C-9 C-8 C-9 C-8 C-8 C-8 C-9 C-9 C-8 B-8 * * * * * * * * * * R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R140 R141 R142 R143 R144 R145 R146 R147 R148 R150 R151 R152 R153 R154 R155 R156 R157 R158 R159 R160 R161 R162 R163 R164 R165 R166 R167 R168 R169 R170 R171 R172 R173 R174 R177 R178 R179 R180 R181 R182 R185 R186 R187 R200 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R209 R210 R211 B-7 B-8 B-7 D-8 D-8 C-4 B-7 D-5 C-7 B-7 C-7 C-5 C-7 C-5 D-3 C-3 A-10 A-10 A-9 A-10 A-10 B-3 A-3 B-3 C-3 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-4 C-2 C-2 C-2 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 B-3 A-2 A-4 A-4 A-4 A-4 B-4 A-3 B-3 B-10 B-9 B-9 B-10 C-10 C-9 C-10 C-9 C-9 C-10 SE-147 BOARD * C600 * C601 B-5 B-5 KP-013 BOARD * CN550 B-6 D550 A-2 B-3 no mark : side A * mark : side B FK-088 BOARD CN500 D-1 CN501 D-3 CN502 D-2 * * * * * * * * * * * * D500 D501 D502 D503 D504 D505 D506 D507 D508 D509 D510 D511 D512 R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R518 * * * * * * * * * * * * S500 S501 S502 S503 S504 S505 S506 S507 S508 S509 S510 S511 B-5 A-5 B-4 A-4 B-4 A-3 B-3 A-3 B-3 B-3 A-2 B-2 D-6 E-5 E-6 E-2 D-4 E-4 E-3 D-4 E-4 E-5 D-4 D-4 D-5 D-4 C-2 E-3 E-1 A-5 A-2 A-4 A-3 A-3 B-5 A-4 A-3 B-2 C-4 C-5 C-2 * CN600 B-5 S550 * L600 SE600 SE601 B-5 B-3 B-2 MK-016 BOARD CN001 B-1 * D003 D004 R001 R002 R003 R004 R005 R006 S001 S002 S003 S004 S005 B-4 C-1 C-1 A-3 B-3 C-3 C-3 C-3 B-4 B-4 C-4 C-4 C-2 MS-209 BOARD CN775 C-3 * CN776 B-7 R1002 R1003 R1004 C-3 C-2 C-3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CN050 * CN051 CN052 CN053 CN054 CN055 CN056 * D070 D140 FB140 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * LA-028/SE-147/MS-209/KP-013/MK-016/FK-088 4-136 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-3.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS no mark : side A * mark : side B XM-005 BOARD * * * * * * * * C200 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C228 C230 C231 C232 C300 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C326 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C334 CN200 CN201 CN300 CN301 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * D001 D002 D003 D004 D200 D201 D202 D203 IC200 IC201 IC202 IC203 IC300 IC301 IC302 IC303 B-8 B-8 A-8 A-8 B-8 B-8 A-8 A-7 A-2 A-2 A-1 A-2 A-1 C-8 C-8 C-8 C-7 C-7 B-7 B-7 C-7 B-7 B-7 B-7 A-7 A-7 A-2 A-2 A-7 A-7 A-7 B-6 B-6 A-6 A-6 B-6 B-6 A-6 A-6 A-4 A-4 A-3 A-4 A-3 C-6 C-6 C-6 C-5 C-5 B-5 B-5 C-5 C-5 B-5 B-5 A-4 A-4 A-5 A-6 A-5 A-5 A-5 B-1 A-1 B-3 A-3 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 C-8 B-7 A-7 A-7 C-6 B-5 A-5 A-5 * L200 * L201 * L202 L203 * L300 * L301 * L302 L303 * Q201 * Q303 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R200 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R223 R224 R225 R226 R227 R229 R230 R231 R232 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R239 R240 R241 R242 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 B-8 A-8 A-8 A-2 B-6 A-6 A-6 A-4 A-7 A-5 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-2 B-7 B-7 C-8 C-7 C-7 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-7 B-7 B-7 C-7 C-7 B-7 C-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 B-8 A-8 A-7 A-2 A-1 A-7 A-7 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-4 B-6 B-6 C-6 C-6 C-6 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-5 B-5 B-5 C-5 C-5 B-5 C-5 A-5 A-5 A-5 A-5 * * * * * * * R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 A-6 B-6 A-5 A-5 A-5 A-5 A-6 A-3 A-3 LB-100D BOARD C221 C222 A-1 A-1 HL-013 BOARD C1701 A-1 * CN200 D-3 CN201 A-1 * D200 * D201 * IC221 Q221 Q222 * R200 * R205 R206 * R207 R208 R224 R225 R227 R230 R231 R232 B-4 A-4 B-1 B-2 B-1 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 B-2 A-1 B-1 A-1 A-2 A-2 CN1701 A-2 CN1702 B-1 CN1703 B-3 D1701 B-1 IC1701 A-1 R1701 R1702 R1703 R1704 B-1 B-1 B-1 A-1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4-137 XM-005/LB-100D/HL-013 .DSR-PD170/PD0170P/PD190P 4-3.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS no mark : side A * mark : side B DD-216D BOARD * * * * * * * * * C300 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C333 C334 C335 C336 C337 C338 C339 C340 C341 C342 C343 C344 C345 C346 C347 C349 C350 C351 C352 C353 C354 C355 C356 C357 C358 C359 C360 C361 C362 C363 C364 C365 C366 C367 C368 C369 C370 C371 C372 C373 C375 C376 C450 A-4 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-9 A-2 A-9 A-2 A-8 A-9 A-3 A-3 A-8 A-3 B-9 B-9 B-7 B-9 B-8 B-1 A-2 B-2 B-9 A-1 B-9 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-7 C-8 B-7 C-7 C-7 C-7 A-7 A-1 B-7 B-8 C-7 C-7 C-7 C-8 B-2 C-2 B-2 B-1 C-4 C-4 C-6 C-4 C-6 C-4 B-4 B-4 C-4 C-6 D-5 A-6 C-6 E-4 E-4 D-6 D-6 A-7 D-4 D-4 D-5 D-6 C-5 B-2 B-3 B-6 D305 D306 D307 D308 D309 D311 D312 D313 * D314 * D315 * D316 F300 F301 F302 F303 F304 F305 * IC300 * IC301 L300 L301 L302 L303 L304 L305 L306 L307 L308 L309 L310 L311 L312 L313 L314 L315 L316 L317 L318 L319 L451 Q300 Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q305 Q306 Q307 Q308 Q309 Q310 Q311 Q312 Q313 Q314 Q315 Q316 Q317 Q318 Q319 Q320 Q321 Q322 Q323 Q324 Q325 Q326 Q327 Q328 Q329 Q331 Q332 Q333 Q334 Q335 Q336 Q337 Q338 Q339 Q340 Q341 A-1 A-2 B-2 A-2 B-2 B-2 B-3 B-1 A-6 C-6 A-6 A-3 A-3 A-2 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-8 A-7 B-3 C-3 C-2 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-4 C-4 C-4 D-4 D-6 D-6 D-4 D-6 D-4 D-5 D-6 D-4 D-4 B-4 B-4 B-3 A-3 A-2 A-2 A-3 B-1 A-2 A-2 B-2 C-8 B-7 C-7 C-7 C-7 C-7 A-9 A-2 A-9 C-8 B-7 C-7 C-7 C-7 C-7 A-9 D-6 E-4 D-4 E-4 A-6 D-4 D-4 E-6 E-6 E-6 E-4 D-4 D-6 A-6 A-7 A-7 * * * * * Q344 Q345 Q348 Q349 Q351 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 R342 R343 R344 R345 R346 R347 R348 R349 R350 R351 R352 R353 R354 R355 R356 R358 R359 R360 R361 R362 R363 R364 R365 R366 R367 R368 R369 R370 R371 R372 R373 R374 R375 R376 R377 R378 R380 D-6 D-6 D-6 D-6 D-6 B-4 B-4 B-4 A-3 B-4 A-8 A-3 A-8 A-8 A-8 B-2 B-2 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-8 A-9 A-7 A-8 A-9 A-9 A-9 A-9 A-9 A-9 B-9 B-9 A-7 B-7 B-9 B-9 A-7 B-9 B-9 B-9 A-9 B-9 B-9 B-9 B-9 A-9 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 B-2 B-2 B-8 B-8 A-9 A-9 A-8 A-8 A-8 D-6 D-6 E-4 D-4 E-6 E-4 D-4 A-6 A-6 D-6 E-4 E-4 E-4 D-4 D-4 D-4 E-6 D-6 D-6 B-8 D-6 B-8 D-6 D-4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R381 R382 R383 R384 R385 R386 R388 R389 R390 R391 R392 R393 R394 R396 R397 R399 R400 R401 R456 T300 T301 D-6 A-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 A-7 D-6 D-6 D-6 D-5 D-6 B-6 B-6 B-3 A-8 B-6 B-2 A-6 B-6 A-1 B-2 XZ-003 BOARD * BT801 * BT802 A-7 A-8 RM-091 BOARD C1109 D1105 D1106 D1107 D1108 D1109 D1110 C-4 C-3 A-4 B-4 A-4 A-4 A-4 * CN801 A-10 D801 D802 Q801 R801 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R809 S801 S802 S803 S804 C-9 C-9 C-5 * * * * * IC1102 C-4 C-5 C-6 C-5 C-8 C-6 C-8 C-5 C-7 C-1 C-4 C-3 * Q1104 * R1121 * R1122 * R1123 R1125 * R1126 * R1127 * R1128 * R1129 * R1130 S1100 B-3 B-3 A-3 A-3 C-4 A-3 B-3 A-3 A-3 A-4 C-4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CN300 A-4 CN301 A-4 * CN450 B-6 D300 D301 D302 D303 D304 A-3 B-4 A-3 A-3 A-3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DD-216D/XZ-003/RM-091 4-138 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-3.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS no mark : side A * mark : side B VC-358D BOARD C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C125 C127 C128 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C331 C332 C333 C334 C335 C337 C338 C341 C342 C343 C345 C346 C348 C352 C353 C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C414 C415 C416 C418 B-3 B-4 B-3 B-4 B-3 B-4 B-3 A-14 B-2 B-2 B-3 B-3 B-3 A-3 B-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 B-15 B-15 B-15 B-15 B-15 A-15 B-14 A-14 C-16 C-14 B-15 B-16 D-16 C-16 B-15 B-15 C-16 B-16 D-15 B-16 C-14 C-14 D-14 D-14 B-15 C-14 C-14 B-14 B-14 C-14 C-14 D-14 D-14 D-14 C-14 C-14 A-16 A-16 A-17 A-16 B-16 A-16 A-17 A-17 C-14 D-14 D-15 D-15 B-15 C-15 D-16 C-14 B-5 B-5 B-6 B-5 B-5 B-5 B-5 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-5 B-5 B-5 B-6 B-5 C419 C420 C421 C422 C423 C424 C425 C426 C427 C428 C429 C430 C431 C432 C433 C434 C435 C436 C437 C438 C501 C502 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C1341 C1342 C1343 C1401 A-1 A-1 A-1 B-1 A-1 A-1 B-1 A-1 A-2 A-2 A-2 A-2 A-2 F-4 E-5 D-5 E-5 B-4 B-4 A-2 E-4 E-5 F-4 E-4 E-5 E-4 C-11 C-11 C-11 C-12 C-13 B-13 A-12 A-12 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-12 A-13 A-13 B-11 B-13 B-10 A-12 A-11 A-11 A-12 A-12 A-12 C-4 D-3 D-3 C-3 D-3 C-4 D-3 D-4 D-4 D-4 D-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 D-4 D-4 D-4 D-4 C-4 C-4 C-5 C-5 D-5 D-5 C-5 D-5 C-5 D-5 C-5 C-5 F-15 * * * * * * * * * * * * * C1407 C1408 C1409 C1410 C1411 C1412 C1413 C1414 C1415 C1416 C1417 C1418 C1419 C1420 C1421 C1422 C1423 C1424 C1425 C1426 C1427 C1428 C1801 C1802 C1805 C1806 C1807 C1808 C1810 C1811 C1812 C1813 C1814 C1815 C1817 C1818 C1819 C1822 C1823 C1824 F-15 E-15 D-14 E-14 E-14 E-15 G-15 D-15 E-15 D-14 E-15 F-16 E-16 F-4 F-4 F-14 F-4 E-14 F-14 E-14 D-14 D-14 E-12 F-12 F-12 F-12 F-12 F-12 E-13 E-13 F-13 G-11 F-13 G-11 F-13 F-13 F-13 E-13 F-13 F-12 G-12 D-10 G-13 A-17 D-8 G-3 G-15 A-4 B-7 A-5 G-5 A-6 E-6 A-3 F-14 F-15 F-15 F-15 F-14 F-2 C-14 C-14 D-14 D-14 D-11 F-6 C-10 C-10 C-11 B-11 C-12 F-14 G-11 B-3 D-16 B-16 C-14 A-16 C-16 B-15 D-15 C-13 FB702 FB703 FB704 FB705 FB706 FB707 FB771 FB772 FB901 FB1002 FB1101 FB1301 FB1402 FB1403 FB1404 FB1405 FB1406 FB1407 FB1408 FB1409 FB1801 IC101 IC102 IC301 IC302 IC361 IC401 IC402 IC501 IC502 IC701 IC702 IC704 IC705 IC706 IC707 IC771 IC801 IC802 IC803 IC903 IC1001 IC1002 IC1003 IC1004 IC1005 IC1008 IC1009 IC1010 IC1012 IC1092 IC1101 IC1102 IC1103 IC1104 IC1105 IC1301 IC1401 IC1402 IC1403 IC1405 IC1406 IC1407 IC1408 IC1409 IC1410 IC1411 IC1412 IC1802 IC1803 L101 L102 L103 L303 L304 L305 L306 L307 L401 L402 L701 L702 L710 F-7 F-7 D-11 D-12 E-6 C-7 C-7 D-5 C-12 C-4 B-12 C-5 D-15 E-16 D-14 F-16 E-16 F-14 F-13 F-13 F-12 B-3 A-15 C-15 B-16 A-16 B-5 B-6 B-14 C-13 F-6 F-6 E-7 E-12 D-7 D-11 C-6 E-4 E-3 D-6 D-13 C-3 B-4 D-2 A-1 F-5 E-5 B-4 B-4 A-2 E-5 C-11 C-11 C-13 B-12 B-11 D-4 F-15 F-14 D-16 F-15 D-15 D-14 F-16 E-16 E-13 F-4 E-13 F-12 F-11 B-4 B-4 B-14 C-15 D-14 B-14 C-14 A-16 C-7 C-7 E-6 D-6 F-7 L801 L802 L901 L902 L1001 L1002 L1003 L1004 L1073 L1301 L1302 L1303 L1304 L1801 L1802 L1803 Q001 Q003 Q004 Q102 Q302 Q304 Q305 Q306 Q307 Q308 Q401 Q402 Q701 Q702 Q801 Q902 Q903 Q904 Q905 Q906 Q1001 Q1002 Q1003 Q1004 Q1005 Q1006 Q1007 Q1008 Q1009 Q1010 Q1011 Q1014 Q1015 Q1016 Q1101 Q1102 Q1103 Q1104 Q1105 Q1106 Q1107 Q1108 Q1109 Q1112 Q1113 Q1301 Q1302 Q1303 Q1305 Q1401 Q1402 Q1403 Q1404 Q1405 F-2 E-5 D-13 E-12 C-3 B-4 A-1 A-2 C-4 C-4 D-4 D-4 D-5 E-12 G-11 F-13 E-2 E-2 C-7 B-4 C-14 C-15 C-14 C-14 D-14 C-15 C-6 C-6 F-7 F-7 E-3 E-12 D-13 D-13 D-13 E-13 C-2 B-2 C-2 C-2 B-2 B-2 D-3 D-2 B-2 D-2 F-4 D-2 D-2 C-4 C-11 C-12 C-12 B-11 C-12 C-12 A-13 A-13 A-13 A-13 B-11 C-4 D-3 D-4 D-3 F-14 E-14 E-14 F-14 F-14 E-2 F-2 F-2 F-2 F-2 C-8 E-2 D-11 B-4 B-4 B-5 B-5 B-6 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R120 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R305 R306 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R328 R331 R334 R336 R338 R340 R341 R343 R351 R356 R358 R360 R361 R364 R367 R368 R369 R370 R371 R372 R377 R378 R379 R380 R381 R382 R383 R384 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R416 R417 R418 R419 B-4 B-4 B-2 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-15 A-15 B-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-14 B-14 A-3 C-16 C-15 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-15 C-14 C-14 C-14 D-14 D-14 D-14 C-14 C-13 C-14 D-14 D-14 D-14 D-15 C-14 C-14 C-15 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 D-14 D-14 C-14 D-15 B-17 B-17 A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17 B-15 D-15 D-15 B-15 C-15 D-15 B-15 E-12 B-6 A-5 A-5 B-6 B-6 B-5 B-5 B-5 B-5 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-6 C-6 B-6 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 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PRINTED WIRING BOARDS no mark : side A * mark : side B XD-003 BOARD * * * * * C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 A-5 A-5 B-4 B-4 B-5 A-2 A-2 B-2* C410 B-6 B-7 B-7 B-6 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-5 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R429 R430 R431 R432 R434 R435 R436 R437 R501 R502 R503 R504 R505 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R518 R519 R520 R521 R522 R523 R524 R525 R526 R527 R528 R531 R532 R701 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R728 R730 R731 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R762 R764 R765 R773 R801 R802 R803 R804 R805 C-5 C-5 C-5 B-5 A-5 B-7 B-7 B-6 B-7 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-7 B-6 B-6 B-5 B-14 B-14 B-14 B-14 B-14 B-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 C-14 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 C-13 C-13 C-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 C-13 B-13 B-13 F-5 E-6 E-7 E-6 E-6 D-6 E-11 E-11 D-6 D-7 D-7 D-7 D-6 D-6 D-6 D-6 E-11 E-11 E-11 E-11 D-12 D-11 D-12 D-11 D-11 E-12 E-12 E-11 E-11 E-11 E-11 F-7 D-11 D-12 D-6 E-4 D-4 E-2 F-3 F-3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R806 R807 R808 R809 R812 R813 R814 R815 R816 R818 R819 R820 R822 R826 R827 R828 R829 R830 R831 R833 R835 R836 R837 R838 R839 R840 R841 R842 R843 R850 R851 R852 R853 R854 R907 R908 R909 R911 R912 R916 R924 R930 R936 R949 R953 R954 R955 R956 R957 R958 R1001 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1006 R1007 R1008 R1009 R1010 R1011 R1012 R1013 R1014 R1015 R1016 R1020 R1021 R1022 R1023 R1024 R1025 R1026 R1027 R1029 R1030 R1032 R1033 R1034 R1035 R1037 R1041 R1042 R1043 R1044 R1045 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 E-3 E-4 E-4 E-2 E-2 E-4 F-4 F-3 F-2 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-3 F-2 F-3 F-2 F-3 F-3 F-2 F-2 F-2 F-2 F-2 E-2 F-3 F-2 E-13 D-13 D-13 D-13 D-13 D-12 D-12 D-13 D-12 C-12 D-12 C-13 D-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 D-3 B-2 B-2 B-2 D-2 D-3 C-2 B-2 B-2 F-4 C-2 F-4 C-2 B-2 C-2 C-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 C-4 C-5 E-3 D-2 D-2 D-3 D-2 D-3 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R1046 R1047 R1048 R1049 R1050 R1051 R1053 R1058 R1072 R1073 R1074 R1075 R1076 R1077 R1078 R1083 R1084 R1085 R1086 R1087 R1088 R1092 R1093 R1094 R1103 R1104 R1106 R1107 R1108 R1109 R1110 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1114 R1115 R1116 R1117 R1118 R1119 R1120 R1121 R1122 R1123 R1124 R1125 R1126 R1128 R1129 R1130 R1131 R1132 R1133 R1134 R1135 R1136 R1137 R1138 R1139 R1140 R1141 R1142 R1143 R1144 R1145 R1146 R1147 R1148 R1149 R1150 R1151 R1152 R1153 R1154 R1155 R1156 R1157 R1158 R1159 R1160 R1161 R1162 R1163 R1164 R1165 C-4 C-4 B-4 A-1 A-1 B-1 A-4 B-2 D-5 E-5 E-4 D-5 B-2 B-2 B-4 B-3 B-3 B-1 B-1 D-2 C-2 F-4 E-5 E-4 C-11 C-12 B-11 A-12 A-12 C-10 C-11 C-12 B-11 C-11 C-12 B-11 C-11 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-11 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-12 C-11 B-12 B-12 C-13 B-11 B-11 A-13 A-13 A-13 B-13 B-11 B-11 B-11 B-11 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-11 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-12 B-12 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 B-13 * * * * * * * * * 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E-14 F-14 F-14 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * R1416 R1417 R1418 R1419 R1420 R1421 R1422 R1423 R1424 R1425 R1426 R1427 R1428 R1429 R1430 R1431 R1432 R1433 R1434 R1435 R1436 R1437 R1438 R1439 R1440 R1441 R1442 R1443 R1444 R1445 R1446 R1447 R1448 R1449 R1450 R1451 R1452 R1453 R1454 R1455 R1457 R1801 R1804 R1805 R1807 R1808 R1809 R1810 R1811 R1814 R1815 R1816 R1819 R1821 R1822 R1823 R1830 R1831 R1832 R1833 F-14 F-14 E-14 E-14 E-14 E-14 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 E-13 F-15 F-15 F-15 F-15 E-15 E-15 E-16 E-16 E-15 E-16 E-13 E-14 F-4 E-14 E-13 F-14 F-13 E-13 F-14 F-13 F-14 F-14 D-13 F-13 F-12 F-12 F-12 F-12 E-12 E-12 E-12 E-12 E-13 E-13 G-11 E-13 F-13 F-13 F-13 E-12 E-12 E-12 E-12 B-15 A-14 D-11 F-4 A-11 D-4 F-4 F-4 XS-004 BOARD * CN100 CN101 CN102 * CN103 S100 S102 S103 S104 S105 B-6 B-3 B-4 A-8 B-3 B-4 B-4 B-2 B-1 B-5 * C413 * C414 * C415 * C416 * C417 * C418 * C419 * C420 CN401 B-1 D401 D402 IC400 * IC401 * L400 * L401 * L402 Q401 * Q402 * Q403 * Q404 Q405 Q406 Q407 Q408 Q409 Q410 * Q411 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 * R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R417 R418 R420 R421 R422 R423 * * * * * * A-2 B-2 A-2 B-5 B-5 A-6 B-6 A-2 B-7 A-7 A-5 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-2 B-2 B-3 B-5 A-2 B-7 A-7 B-5 B-4 B-4 B-5 A-2 A-5 A-2 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-2 A-2 A-2 B-2 B-3 B-2 B-3 B-3 B-3 * X301 * X501 * X701 X801 * X1102 X1301 X1401 X1402 VC-358D/XS-004/XD-003 4-140E .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-3.

REPAIR PARTS LIST (1/2) Link TO (2/2) NOTE: Characters A to Z of the electrical parts list indicate location of exploded views in which the desired part is shown. EXPLODED VIEWS A B OVERALL SECTION-1 OVERALL SECTION-2 CABINET (L) SECTION CABINET (R) SECTION-1 C D E F CABINET (R) SECTION-2 UPPER HANDLE SECTION BATTERY PANEL SECTION EVF SECTION G CENTER FRAME SECTION LENS BLOCK SECTION CASSETTE COMPARTMENT. PINCH SLIDER ASSY AND BRAKE SLIDER ASSY H EACH GEARS AND LOADING/ CAPSTAN MOTOR ASSY . DRUM AND REEL TABLE ASSY TAPE GUIDE.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P NOTE 5.

REPAIR PARTS LIST (2/2) TO (1/2) NOTE: Characters A to Z of the electrical parts list indicate location of exploded views in which the desired part is shown.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P NOTE 5. ACCESSORIES CD-512 BOARD CK-140 BOARD DD-216D BOARD FK-088 BOARD FP-594 BOARD HL-013 BOARD JK-267 BOARD G C A D H B A KP-013 BOARD LA-028 BOARD LB-100D BOARD MA-430D BOARD MK-016 BOARD MS-209 BOARD PD-217 BOARD E A F D E E B SE-147 BOARD VC-358D BOARD RM-091 BOARD XD-003 BOARD XM-005 BOARD XS-004 BOARD XZ-003 BOARD G A D D D D D .

. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. METAL: metal-film resistor METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor F: nonflammable • SEMICONDUCTORS In each case. µPD.. . uPB. uPA... . please include the board name.. uPC. When indicating parts by reference number..DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5... uPD. . The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. -X mean standardized parts. ....... µPC. . • The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied.. • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service.. µPA. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.. • CAPACITORS: uF: µF • COILS uH: µH • RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. µPB.. 5-1 . for example: uA. u: µ. Replace only with part number specified.. REPAIR PARTS LIST NOTE: • -XX. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. so they may have some differences from the original one. replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set.: µA. . • Due to standardization.. ..

No. 8 9 10 11 13 14 Part No. OVERALL SECTION-1 ns : not supplied Upper handle section (See page 5-8) 9 A 9 B 13 Cabinet (L) section (See page 5-5) 9 2 14 B A 9 9 2 1 2 9 6 8 6 11 7 ns ns 9 3 2 Cabinet (R) section (See page 5-6.TAPPING. TRIPOD HOOD. No. 1-678-055-21 3-053-121-21 3-060-683-01 X-3953-919-1 3-080-205-21 Description FP-187 FLEXIBLE BOARD BOLT (M2).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. 1 2 3 4 6 7 Part No. LENS SCREW(M2). REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1.LOCK ACE. CF ORNAMENTAL CABINET BOTTOM ASSY SCREW. 5-7) 4 10 9 9 Ref. SPRING PLATE. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1-1.P2 3-062-455-01 FOOT (B).P2 TABLE.LOCK ACE.P2 Ref. 1-678-057-31 3-080-203-41 3-963-940-02 3-088-528-01 3-080-203-21 Description FP-189 FLEXIBLE BOARD SCREW(M2). RUBBER 1-861-004-11 FP-895 FLEXIBLE BOARD 5-3 .

P2 JOINT. JK JK-267 BOARD.LOCK ACE. 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 * 73 74 75 76 * 77 * 78 79 Part No. COPPER LEAF 5-4 .P2 LA-028 BOARD. FLEXIBLE COVER. SPRING 0 PLATE +P2 MAIN M2EG GRIP SHEET (C). COMPLETE (SERVICCE) FP-186 FLEXIBLE BOARD Ref. 3-061-053-01 1-678-059-21 3-061-516-01 A-7078-957-A 3-060-787-01 3-060-677-11 3-080-203-41 3-062-779-01 1-469-830-11 3-053-121-21 3-072-453-11 3-062-739-01 3-066-153-01 3-089-711-01 Description SHEET. OVERALL SECTION-2 ns : not supplied 51 57 76 60 56 E 58 76 61 62 5 -3 VCard Bo 8D 73 J 79 65 74 G H EVF section (See page 5-10) 59 63 B F C 64 D A 51 66 E 51 ns A CB Mechanism deck D (See page 5-13 to 5-15) 78 71 72 72 63 K 67 69 51 55 54 75 51 77 G J DD D 6 21 51 70 I K 68 75 51 H F 53 I 52 28 -0 LAard Bo 51 72 Battery panel section (See page 5-9) 55 51 Ref. EMI BOLT (M2). MD SCREW (M2). 3-080-202-21 A-7078-946-A 3-060-682-01 A-7078-952-A 3-053-354-01 3-060-673-01 3-080-203-01 3-060-684-01 3-975-921-01 3-061-679-02 3-060-789-01 X-3950-571-1 3-988-464-11 A-7112-573-A 1-678-054-31 Description SCREW(M2). No. FP191 FP-191 FLEXIBLE BOARD SHEET. VIBRATION PROOF SPRING. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-2. LD OUTER SREW(M2). STEP VC-358D BOARD. RF FLEXIBLE DD-216D BOARD. MD GROUND RETAINER.P2 SHEET (VC) FILTER. FLEXIBLE FRAME ASSY. COMPLETE CLAMP.LOCK ACE. 51 52 53 54 * 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 Part No. No. CD FLEXIBLE LID. ABSORBING SHEET (VI) SHEET (FP-186). COMPLETE CUSHION.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. CPC SREW(M2). LA SHEET. COMPLETE FRAME.LOCK ACE.

113 * 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 Part No. JACK 3-060-551-01 KNOB. TAPPING. TENSION SCREW (M2). BELT COVER (AV). EJECT DAMPER SPRING. P2 CS ASSY BRACKET (FRONT). CASSETTE SCREW (M2 STEP) BELT. No. 3-060-549-01 4-634-290-01 3-060-554-01 3-968-729-81 3-669-465-01 3-060-553-01 X-3950-585-1 X-3950-562-1 3-080-205-21 1-476-075-21 Description SHEET. CONTROL (PS-4980) 3-060-541-11 COVER (L).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. LOCK ACE.TAPPING. P2 WASHER (1. STOPPER LEVER. GRIP SCREW. EJECT 1-476-025-21 SWITCH BLOCK. JACK LID (D) ASSY. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-3. No. X-3953-977-1 3-703-357-08 3-060-550-02 3-080-206-21 X-3950-561-1 3-051-871-01 3-060-540-11 X-3954-000-1 3-060-790-11 3-060-548-03 Description CABINET L (D) ASSY PIN (DIA. CABINET (L) SECTION ns : not supplied 123 D E F C B 121 113 112 ns ns 121 115 117 118 119 A 110 104 120 B 122 D 111 E 103 102 121 109 107 108 114 116 ns C 121 106 104 A 104 105 101 104 F 104 Ref. CONTROL (CF-4980) 5-5 . EJECT SLIDER ASSY SCREW. 1.5).6 SERISE) BRACKET (REAR). GRIP Ref. EJECT SHEET METAL ASSY.P2 SWITCH BLOCK. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Part No.

P SHEET (N). INDICATION 0 ND901 1-517-931-21 TUBE. 151 * 152 153 * 154 155 * 156 157 158 159 160 * 161 * 162 0 163 Part No.LOCK ACE.P2 RETAINER.COLD CATHODE SP901 1-505-862-81 SPEAKER (2. BL SHIELD PAD (UPPER). Replace only with part number specified. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. No. 3-080-202-21 3-060-698-01 1-678-063-31 3-060-688-01 3-061-509-01 3-060-687-01 3-080-203-41 A-7078-944-A X-3954-002-1 3-060-796-01 Description SCREW(M2). R FLEXIBLE PROTECTION Ref. COMPLETE CABINET (C) (D) ASSY. COMPLETE SCREW (M1. DUST PROTECTION ACX500ENA-J X-3950-577-2 PLATE ASSY. P SHEET. INVERTER LCD902 A-7095-909-A PANEL BLOCK ASSY. PANEL SREW(M2).0 CM) 5-6 Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-4. 1-678-062-21 3-051-232-01 A-7078-956-A 3-989-735-01 X-3953-909-1 3-060-704-01 3-061-510-01 3-062-196-01 3-063-148-01 8-753-209-13 Description FP-195 FLEXIBLE BOARD CLIP. BL FP-196 FLEXIBLE BOARD FRAME.7).P2 HL-013 BOARD. No. PCB PD-217 BOARD. P2 CABINET (M) ASSY. SP RETAINER 3-060-686-01 HOLDER. CABINET (R) SECTION-1 ns : not supplied 161 151 ns B 168 LCD901 ND901 157 162 SP901 165 167 Cabinet (R) section-2 (See page 5-7) C 160 167 PD Bo -217 ard 157 166 B 165 163 A 164 154 170 169 155 171 151 172 151 158 151 D A D LCD902 156 153 151 151 152 159 C Ref.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. BL INSULATING FOAM (SMALL). PD SHEET. FLUORESCENT. . SPEAKER 1-418-876-11 TRANSFORMER UNIT. LCD PAD (RIGHT). PD HOLDER. LOCK ACE. 164 * 165 166 167 168 169 170 * 171 * 172 LCD901 Part No.LOCK ACE.

HINGE HINGE ASSY COVER (REAR). CABINET (R) SECTION-2 ns : not supplied 213 213 214 213 213 215 40 -1 d CKoar B D 234 208 216 D 213 213 219 235 231 230 229 213 208 A B 208 213 218 211 236 A 227 226 225 228 224 ns 233 232 217 212 208 210 203 202 209 207 208 204 ns C ns 205 207 201 B 221 220 C 213 206 Ref. PANEL LOCK 3-053-121-11 BOLT (M2).P2 LID. PANEL LOCK PAD. HARNESS FIXED HARNESS (CP-094) 14P HARNESS (CP-093) 8P SWITCH BLOCK. 3-060-644-11 3-060-636-11 3-060-637-11 3-060-639-11 3-060-630-11 3-060-641-02 3-060-632-11 3-060-633-01 3-060-638-01 3-060-643-11 3-060-634-01 3-060-635-01 3-060-642-01 3-060-691-01 1-678-061-31 Description KNOB. PANEL LOCK CLAW. 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 * 214 215 216 * 217 Part No. ZEBRA KNOB 3-060-631-01 BRACKET. MENU BRACKET. HINGE CK-140 BOARD. PROTECTION BASE. SPRING SCREW (M1. R GRILLE. BLIND TAPE. SPRING 5-7 . COMPRESSION KNOB. COMPLETE Ref. PANEL (POP) UP UP. PANEL LOCK SHAFT. BRIGHT BOLT (M2). No. CONTROL (ED-4980) BUTTON. PANEL LOCK SPRING. SPEAKER SHEET. PANEL (POP) SPRING. X-3950-599-1 3-060-795-01 1-960-558-11 1-960-557-11 1-476-183-11 3-060-689-01 3-053-121-21 3-989-735-01 3-060-693-11 X-3950-576-4 3-060-694-11 1-678-064-31 3-080-202-21 3-060-690-01 A-7078-940-A Description DOOR (D) ASSY. No. HINGE FP-197 FLEXIBLE BOARD SCREW(M2). P2 COVER (FRONT). MENU BUTTON FP-194 FLEXIBLE BOARD X-3953-999-1 CABINET (R) (D) ASSY 3-060-640-01 COVER. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-5. 218 219 220 221 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 * 233 234 * 235 236 Part No. ZEBRA BUTTON.7). PANEL LOCK BUTTON.LOCK ACE.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. LOCK ACE.

HANDLE CORE. SPRING MA-430D BOARD. COMPLETE FP-217 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-218 FLEXIBLE BOARD BOLT (M2.TAPPING.LOCK ACE. SW SCREW(M2). COMPLETE XS-004 BOARD. CABLE EMBLEM (NO. MICROPHONE SCREEN. 251 252 * 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 261 262 263 * 264 265 * 266 267 268 269 270 271 Part No. COMPLETE COVER (D) ASSY. MICROPHONE CABINET (R).6) HOLDER (2 GANG). SONY CABINET (L) ASSY. UPPER HANDLE SECTION ns : not supplied 261 290 MIC901 273 252 258 288 289 ns ns BT802 286 283 282 282 ns C 251 264 254 275 251 BT801 261 251 265 254 287 251 267 263 256 257 ns A 255 251 259 277 254 254 A 276 253 251 279 B ns B 269 266 254 284 278 285 261 268 271 272 262 270 274 281 280 C ns : BT801. 3-080-205-21 7-682-549-09 3-060-814-01 3-080-202-21 3-165-904-01 3-069-286-01 3-608-303-01 X-3953-997-1 3-060-813-11 3-080-203-41 3-053-121-11 A-7078-959-A 3-063-408-01 3-088-406-01 3-060-815-01 A-7078-955-A X-3953-995-1 3-060-786-31 3-053-121-21 X-3950-600-1 Description SCREW. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-6.P2 SCREW +B 3X10 INSULATED PLATE.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. SPRING FRAME (D) ASSY. ABSORBING BRACKET. SCREW STOPPER SHOE. DD RM-091 BOARD.P2 BOLT (M2). WIND MICROPHONE ECM-NV1 5-8 . HOLDER SPACER. RM FIXED RETAINER (UPPER) D. FK Ref. No. (See page 4-120) CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. No.3). HANDLE SREW(M2). XLR SHEET (G). COMPLETE SHEET. BT802 (Lithium battery) XZ-003 board on the mount position. COMPLETE XD-003 BOARD. Ref. 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 * 289 290 MIC901 Part No. A-7078-942-A X-3953-994-1 1-469-829-11 3-688-754-11 1-861-006-11 A-7078-961-A A-7078-960-A A-7078-962-A 1-678-052-11 1-678-053-11 3-061-062-11 3-087-942-01 3-969-037-02 X-3953-996-1 A-7078-963-A X-3953-946-1 3-064-629-01 3-179-882-01 3-048-481-01 8-814-298-90 Description FK-088 BOARD. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. COMPLETE HOLDER ASSY. FERRITE SPRING FP-897 FLEXIBLE BOARD XM-005 BOARD. ACCESSORY RUBBER HOLDER ASSY. HANDLE XZ-003 BOARD.P2 WASHER.LOCK ACE. COMPLETE HANDLE (D) ASSY CABINET (UPPER) BOLT (M2).

TAPPING. COMPLETE HOLDER ASSY. BT-R BUTTON. BATTERY PANEL SECTION ns : not supplied 316 314 ns ns 317 318 319 323 303 313 BT901 ns 315 324 303 320 321 312 301 311 303 303 09 -2 MS rd oa B 303 307 303 322 302 304 305 306 308 306 Ref. BATTERY 3-968-770-01 SHAFT.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. S BELT CLAW. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-7. KP KP-013 BOARD. MS RETAINER. DC JACK CORE. COMPLETE SCREW(M2). COMPRESSION 1-794-637-21 CONNECTOR. BT RELEASE SREW(M2). 314 315 316 317 * 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 BT901 Part No.LOCK ACE. 301 * 302 303 * 304 305 306 307 308 309 * 311 312 313 Part No.LOCK ACE. BT LOCK LEVER. DC-IN X-3953-998-1 PANEL (D) ASSY.P2 JOINT. No.P2 FP-190 FLEXIBLE BOARD MS-209 BOARD. MK SCREW. BT 1-694-411-11 TERMINAL BOARD.P2 HOLDER. No. AL COVER. BATTERY 5-9 . 3-060-592-01 3-060-595-01 3-060-594-11 3-080-203-41 3-060-774-01 3-060-598-01 3-060-776-01 3-060-773-11 1-469-829-11 3-968-771-01 MK-016 309 Description BRACKET (R). FERRITE SPRING. COMPLETE RETAINER. AL SHEET. A-7078-948-A 3-060-678-01 3-080-205-21 3-060-679-01 A-7078-945-A 3-080-202-21 1-678-058-21 A-7078-949-A X-3950-589-1 3-060-680-01 Description MK-016 BOARD. DC JACK Ref.

VF (FRONT) GUIDE (20). PRISM SHEET. COMPLETE 3-072-211-01 ILLUMINATOR 364 3-087-529-01 CUSHION. LCD CABINET (UPPER). REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-8. TAPPING. 3-072-210-01 3-087-530-01 X-3953-897-1 3-087-528-01 3-072-214-01 Description SHEET. LIGHT INTERCEPTION HOLDER ASSY. No. 359 360 361 362 363 Part No. VF SCREW. EVF SECTION ns : not supplied 362 352 364 360 LCD903 361 ns 351 359 358 363 357 356 353 354 355 Ref.VF(FRONT) HINGE ASSY. 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 Part No.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. No. VF (REAR) EYE CUP CABINET (LOWER) ASSY. X-3953-896-1 3-087-515-01 X-3953-895-1 X-3950-565-1 3-080-204-51 Description CABINET ASSY. P2 Ref. LCD LCD903 8-753-036-73 LCX033APA-1 5-10 . LAMP 1-678-060-21 FP-193 FLEXIBLE BOARD A-7078-958-A LB-100D BOARD.

LOCK ACE.P2 1-960-654-21 HARNESS (CJ-064) 3-080-203-31 SREW(M2). IP ESCUTCHEON KNOB.P2 5-11 . MF KNOB. BUTTON 3-080-202-21 SCREW(M2). 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 Part No. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-9. CENTER FRAME SECTION ns : not supplied 412 407 410 409 407 413 411 Lens block section (See page 5-12) 407 404 407 414 406 ns 405 402 408 403 ns 407 401 412 Ref. CCD SCREW. 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 Part No. No. ND Ref. CENTER BUTTON. No.P2 0 PLATE +P2 MAIN M2EG GRIP TAPE. 1-678-056-31 3-060-685-01 3-080-205-21 3-072-453-01 3-060-795-01 Description FP-188 FLEXIBLE BOARD COVER. X-3954-001-1 3-060-620-01 3-060-621-11 3-060-622-01 3-060-619-01 Description FRAME (D) ASSY. HARNESS FIXED 3-060-623-01 COVER.LOCK ACE.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5.TAPPING.

No.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. TAPPING P2 3-709-596-01 LENS ASSY. 451 452 454 454 455 456 457 458 Part No. 459 460 461 462 463 464 * 465 * 466 467 Part No.P2 A-7078-950-A SE-147 BOARD. COMPLETE 3-948-339-31 SCREW. GLASS ORNAMENTAL EMBLEM. Ref. No. 3-713-791-91 3-709-595-31 3-709-594-01 3-963-933-01 3-062-454-01 3-060-681-01 3-053-354-01 3-062-778-01 3-060-795-01 Description SCREW (M1. RUBBER RING. NAME CUSHION. COMPLETE A-7031-100-A PRISM ASSY (SERVICE) (INCLUDING 3CCD IMAGER) (PD170) A-7031-101-A PRISM ASSY (SERVICE) (INCLUDING 3CCD IMAGER) (PD170P/PD190P) 3-080-205-21 SCREW. ZOOM 5-12 .TAPPING. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-10.7) VAP ASSY (B114A) RING ASSY. CCD FOOT (A). Description Ref. PRISM A-7078-938-A CD-512 BOARD. CD FLEXIBLE SHEET (CD) TAPE. HARNESS FIXED X-3950-586-1 COVER ASSY. LENS BLOCK SECTION ns : not supplied 454 (Including 3CCD IMAGER) 455 ns 452 465 467 466 456 451 457 458 460 ns 461 459 464 463 462 Be sure to read “Precautions upon replacing CCD imager” on page 4-12 when changing the CCD imager.

No. BRAKE SPRING (T). REEL WASHER. HC RACK (S). BRAKE BASE. HC STOPPER.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. RESET ARM. 3-988-312-01 3-988-220-01 3-988-221-01 3-988-222-01 3-988-215-02 3-988-217-01 3-988-281-02 3-988-219-01 3-988-218-01 3-947-503-01 Description SPRING. BRAKE BRAKE (S) SCREW (M1. 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 Part No. X-3948-445-7 X-3948-444-1 3-989-465-01 3-988-298-01 X-3948-441-9 X-3948-443-2 A-7093-612-A 3-988-282-01 3-988-283-01 A-4900-081-A Description TABLE (T) ASSY. REEL TABLE (S) ASSY. CASSETTE ARM (S). STOPPER SPRING EXTENSION CASSETTE COMPARTMENT ASSY DAMPER ASSY DRUM BASE BLOCK ASSY ROLLER. 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 M901 Part No. No. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-11.4) Ref. EXTENSION BRAKE (T) GEAR (T). CASSETTE COMPARTMENT. DRUM AND REEL TABLE ASSEMBLY 714 718 707 719 715 713 712 713 711 717 710 710 710 714 M901 710 710 709 708 701 703 705 704 716 706 701 702 Ref. TAPE FALL DRUM (DEH-14B/J-RP) (SERVICE) 5-13 .

TENSION COIL SPRING (TG7LD). No. 770 756 769 767 768 755 766 765 764 762 763 761 753 754 760 757 773 759 752 771 751 758 Ref. TG7 RETAINER 3-988-257-02 GEAR (T). PINCH ARM BLOCK ASSY. GL SPRING (GLT). 813 on page 5-15. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-12. 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759 760 761 Part No. TG1 ADJUSTMENT ARM ASSY. GUIDE COASTER (T) ASSY COASTER (S2) ASSY SPRING. PINCH SLIDER ASSEMBLY AND BRAKE SLIDER ASSEMBLY Included in Ref No. 762 763 764 765 766 767 768 769 770 771 773 Part No. RELAY GEAR ASSY. TORSION ARM (T) ASSY. 3-988-252-03 3-988-258-01 3-988-253-01 X-3948-440-1 X-3948-439-3 3-947-503-01 3-988-242-01 X-3948-438-3 X-3948-934-4 3-988-690-02 Description GEAR (S).4) RAIL. GL SCREW (M1. TG1 SLIDER ASSY.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. TORSION SPRING (GLS). PINCH SLIDER ASSY. 3-988-263-01 X-3948-442-2 X-3948-435-2 X-3948-434-1 X-3948-428-5 X-3948-766-1 3-988-270-01 3-988-233-01 X-3948-433-2 A-7093-501-A Description GEAR. TAPE GUIDE. GL ARM (S) ASSY. GL 3-053-083-01 SCREW 5-14 . TG7 Ref. No. GOOSENECK PLATE ASSY. TORSION ARM ASSY. BRAKE SPRING (TG1).

CAM GEAR. PUSH (REC PROOF) SWITCH. WORM HOLDER. L (LOADING) 3-988-223-01 ARM. No. MOTOR FP-248 FLEXIBLE BOARD (DEW SENSOR) FP-594 FLEXIBLE BOARD. No. MOTOR SCREW (M1. 817 818 819 820 CN901 D901 H901 H902 Q901 Q902 S901 S902 S903 M902 M903 Part No. CONVERSION BELT. SPRING HOOK DRIVING BASE. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-13. PUSH (1 KEY) (C IN) ENCODER. TG1 SPRING SHIELD. EJECT 5-15 . HC DRIVING GEAR. CONNECTOR 4P DIODE GL453K DIODE HW-105C-FT-V (S REEL) DIODE HW-105C-FT-V (T REEL) PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT4800FB (TAPE END) PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT4800FB (TAPE TOP) SWITCH. ROTARY (SWITCH) (MODE) MOTOR. TIMING GEAR. EACH GEARS AND LOADING/CAPSTAN MOTOR ASSEMBLY ns : not supplied M903 810 811 812 S903 809 808 Q901 813 807 806 805 807 804 H901 D901 Q902 ns CN901 S902 H902 814 807 807 803 815 M902 820 819 802 801 802 S901 817 816 818 Ref. 3-988-224-01 X-3948-431-2 3-050-170-01 3-051-787-02 1-784-723-11 8-719-067-13 8-719-061-28 8-719-061-28 6-600-109-01 6-600-109-01 1-771-039-51 1-572-719-32 1-771-325-11 8-835-606-01 X-3948-346-1 Description ARM. DC SCD15A/C-NP (CAPSTAN) MOTOR ASSY. COMPLETE ARM. SPRING HOOK FULCRUM HOOK. PINCH PRESS CHASSIS ASSY HOLDER SPRING (CAP). DECELERATION SHAFT. 3-988-274-01 3-988-276-02 3-988-216-01 3-988-211-01 3-988-210-01 3-988-207-01 3-947-503-01 3-988-303-01 3-988-271-01 3-988-302-01 3-988-208-01 1-657-785-11 A-7073-418-A 3-988-280-03 3-988-239-01 Description PULLEY. 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 813 814 815 816 Part No.4) ARM.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. COMPRESSION COIL PIN. GL DRIVING Ref.

8K 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST A-7078-938-A CD-512 BOARD.7uF 4.00% 20.00% 20.8K 22K 22K 22K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-412-963-11 INDUCTOR Be sure to read “Precautions upon replacing CCD imager” on page 4-12 when changing the CCD imager.1uF 22uF 0.2K 1. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. No.00% 10% 10% 10. CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P CONNECTOR.2(TE85L) 0.0022uF 0.3K 3.7K 4.IC101.5K 3.IC102 are not included in this completed board. 5-16 . CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN100 1-778-078-21 CONNECTOR.00% 10% 10.1uF 0.3V 6.00% 10% 10.0022uF 0.1uF 0.2(TE85L) 01BZA8.6K 4.8K 6.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P CD-512 Ref.S0 01BZA8.3V 10V 10V 16V 16V 16V 50V 16V 50V 50V 16V R110 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R111 1-218-940-11 RES-CHIP 82 5% 1/16W R112 1-220-210-11 RES-CHIP 200K 5% 1/16W R113 1-220-210-11 RES-CHIP 200K 5% 1/16W R114 1-220-210-11 RES-CHIP 200K 5% 1/16W *********************************************************** A-7078-940-A CK-140 BOARD.) < CAPACITOR > C100 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C117 C118 C119 C120 C130 C131 C132 C133 C134 C135 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-119-751-11 1-119-751-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-117-919-11 1-107-686-11 1-127-760-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-686-11 1-117-919-11 1-107-686-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-119-751-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-966-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-966-11 1-162-966-11 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 10.6K 4.3K 6.2K 1.00% 10.00% 10.6K 1K 82 1K 82 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-2.) (IC100.00% 20. BOARD TO BOARD 50P < IC > IC100 IC100 IC101 IC101 IC102 IC102 IC103 IC104 IC105 not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied 8-759-561-46 8-759-561-46 8-759-561-46 CCD IMAGER (ICX246AL-13) (VX2100) CCD IMAGER (ICX247AL-13) (VX2100E) CCD IMAGER (ICX246AL-13) (VX2100) CCD IMAGER (ICX247AL-13) (VX2100E) CCD IMAGER (ICX246AL-13) (VX2100) CCD IMAGER (ICX247AL-13) (VX2100E) IC AD8014ARTZ-REEL7 IC AD8014ARTZ-REEL7 IC AD8014ARTZ-REEL7 < COIL > L100 L101 L104 L105 L106 L107 1-412-963-11 1-412-963-11 1-412-963-11 1-412-963-11 1-412-963-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 100uH 100uH 100uH 100uH 100uH 100uH D250 D251 D252 D253 D254 D255 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 8-719-073-03 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE 01BZA8. CONNECTOR 8P PIN.7uF 0.7K 5.7uF 10uF 4.00% 20.3V 6. LI PROTECTION < CONNECTOR > CN250 CN251 CN252 CN253 CN254 CN255 CN256 1-784-995-21 1-794-378-21 1-794-377-21 1-794-057-21 1-766-335-21 CONNECTOR.5K 1.3K 3.00% 20.IC101. Part No.3V 16V 6.2(TE85L) MA8082-(K8).00% 10. FFC/FPC 5P 1-779-327-11 CONNECTOR.1uF 4.0022uF 0. Part No.IC102 are included in PRISM ASSY.5K 1. COMPLETE ********************** (IC100.) (A-7031-100-A is supplied with VX2100 and A-7031-101-A is supplied with VX2100E. CK-140 Description Ref. FFC/FPC 6P 1-779-327-11 CONNECTOR.2(TE85L) 01BZA8. CHIP TANTAL.7K 5. No.00% 10% 10% 20.1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.3V 10V 16V 6.1uF 0.00% 10. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 20.1uF 22uF 22uF 4.00% 16V 16V 16V 16V 6. CHIP TANTAL. Description < RESISTOR > R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 1-218-962-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-962-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-962-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-940-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-940-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 5.3V 16V 6.7uF 10uF 0. BOARD TO BOARD 50P PIN.1uF 10. FFC/FPC 6P < DIODE > 8-719-064-61 DIODE 01BZA8.2(TE85L) < RESISTOR > R255 R256 R257 R258 R259 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R266 R267 R268 R269 1-218-954-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 1. CHIP TANTAL.00% 20.7uF 4.00% 20. CONNECTOR 14P PIN.7uF 10uF 4. CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.2K 1. COMPLETE ********************** 3-051-919-01 SHEET.

01uF 0.0022uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C333 C334 C335 C336 C337 C338 C339 C340 1-119-751-11 1-164-939-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-933-11 1-164-874-11 1-109-982-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-164-940-11 1-109-982-11 1-164-939-11 1-164-940-11 1-164-940-11 1-164-940-11 1-164-940-11 1-164-940-11 1-115-566-11 1-115-566-11 1-115-566-11 1-115-566-11 1-115-566-11 1-125-777-11 1-104-851-11 1-127-760-11 TANTAL.S0 MA8082-(K8).3V 6. CHIP TANTAL.0022uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.7uF 4. KEY BOARD (MENU) SWITCH. Part No.2uF 4.7uF 4. Description < SWITCH > S250 S251 S252 S253 S254 S255 S256 S257 S258 S259 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.1uF 10uF 4. No. KEY BOARD (MEMORY+) SWITCH.7uF 4. CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.7uF 4.S0 MA8082-(K8).0033uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.3V CN300 CN301 CN450 1-573-290-21 PIN. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.SO 5-17 . KEY BOARD (MEMORY INDEX) SWITCH.0033uF 0.0033uF 4.7uF 0. CHIP TANTAL. KEY BOARD (MEMORY DELETE) Ref.7uF 4. CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.047uF 0. KEY BOARD (RESET) SWITCH.7uF 4.7uF 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 6.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P CK-140 Ref.0022uF 470PF 0.2uF 4.7uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 22uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 47uF 1uF 10uF 4.022uF 0. No.3V 6.1uF 22uF 100PF 22uF 470PF 0. CHIP TANTAL.5MM)(SMD) 3P 1-778-084-11 CONNECTOR. CHIP TANTAL. KEY BOARD (DIGITAL EFFECT) SWITCH.047uF 0.7uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0. KEY BOARD (TITLE) SWITCH.2uF 2. CHIP TANTAL.0033uF 0.3V 10V 10V 20V 20V 20V 10V 6. KEY BOARD (MEMORY-) SWITCH. KEY BOARD (TC/U-BIT) SWITCH.0033uF 0.3V 6. KEY BOARD (DISPLAY) SWITCH.001uF 220PF 100PF 1uF 4. KEY BOARD (MEMORY MIX) S261 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.7uF 4.3V 6. CHIP TANTAL.2uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 2.5MM) (SMD)4P 1-691-550-11 PIN. BOARD TO BOARD 60P < DIODE > D300 D301 D302 D303 D304 D305 D306 D307 D308 D309 D311 D312 D313 D314 D315 D316 8-719-158-49 8-719-073-03 8-719-073-03 8-719-073-03 8-719-056-48 8-719-058-24 8-719-058-24 8-719-058-24 8-719-056-48 8-719-056-48 8-719-056-48 8-719-056-48 8-719-056-48 8-719-056-23 8-719-075-12 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE RD12SB2 MA8082-(K8). CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 22uF 0.3V 16V 10V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 6. KEY BOARD (DATA CODE) S262 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.3V 6. KEY BOARD (MEMORY PLAY) S263 1-762-648-21 SWITCH. SLIDE (ZEBRA/OFF/70/100) ************************************************************ A-7078-957-A DD-216D BOARD.7uF 4. CHIP ¿›¿Ÿ (¡¬Ãfl) TANTAL. CONNECTOR (1.7uF 10uF 0. COMPLETE ************************ < CAPACITOR > C300 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 1-107-819-11 1-125-777-11 1-119-923-11 1-119-923-11 1-164-939-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-119-751-11 1-164-874-11 1-119-751-11 1-164-935-11 1-119-923-11 1-104-913-11 1-119-751-11 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL.047uF 10uF 22uF 0.7uF 4. 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-820-11 1-164-505-11 1-127-820-11 1-113-985-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-104-851-11 1-104-852-11 1-104-851-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-135-259-11 1-104-851-11 1-110-569-11 1-109-982-11 1-104-851-11 1-135-214-21 1-135-214-21 1-113-985-11 1-125-777-11 1-135-259-11 1-164-505-11 1-164-505-11 1-113-985-11 1-113-985-11 1-104-851-11 1-113-985-11 1-135-212-21 1-115-566-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. CONNECTOR (1. CHIP TANTAL.0033uF 1uF 0.3V 16V 16V 20V 20V 10V 20V 35V 10V DD-216D S260 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.3V 6.001uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 5% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 16V 10V 10V 10V 50V 16V 10V 16V 50V 16V 50V 10V 16V 16V 50V 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 8-719-056-23 DIODE MA2S111-(K8).7uF 0.7uF 2.3V 10V 10V 10V 6.S0 1SS388 (TPL3) RB501V-40TE-17 RB501V-40TE-17 RB501V-40TE-17 1SS388 (TPL3) 1SS388 (TPL3) 1SS388 (TPL3) 1SS388 (TPL3) 1SS388 (TPL3) MA2S111-(K8).7uF 4. CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 16V 16V 20V 6.1uF 10uF 2. CHIP TANTAL.3V 10V 6.7uF 4.SO MA3XD21001S0 4. C341 C342 C343 C344 C345 C346 C347 C349 C350 C351 C352 C353 C354 C355 C356 C357 C358 C359 C360 C361 C362 C363 C364 C365 C366 C367 C368 C369 C370 C371 C372 C373 C375 C376 C450 Part No.3V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.

SO 2SA1745-6.7-TL 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX). No. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.4A/24V 1.SO UN9213J-(TX).7uH 4.4A/24V Ref. Description < FUSE > 0 F300 0 F301 0 F302 0 F303 0 F304 0 F305 1-576-286-21 1-576-286-21 1-576-286-21 1-576-286-21 1-576-286-21 FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE 1.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX). . 8-729-044-58 8-729-044-58 8-729-044-58 8-729-044-58 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-049-25 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-042-26 6-550-037-01 8-729-037-52 8-729-049-91 8-729-037-52 8-729-034-59 8-729-037-52 8-729-042-26 Description TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI2304DS-T1 SI2304DS-T1 SI2304DS-T1 SI2304DS-T1 2SD2216J-QR (TX).7uH 4.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8). Replace only with part number specified.7uH 22uH 22uH 4.4A/24V 1.7K 22K 47K 4.4A/24V 1. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.SO NTGS3455T1 2SD2216J-QR (TX).4A/24V 1.7uH 4.SO 2SA2018H-T2L 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO CPH6102-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E CPH6702-TL-E 2SD2216J-QR (TX). Part No.7uH 4.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).7K 1K 22K 22K 47K 22K 10K 33K 33K 47K 10K 5% 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.7uH 4.5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/8W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-414-770-91 INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > Q300 Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q305 Q306 Q307 Q308 Q309 Q310 Q311 Q312 Q313 Q314 Q315 Q316 Q317 Q318 Q319 8-729-047-68 8-729-046-77 8-729-804-41 8-729-037-74 8-729-047-68 8-729-050-24 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-043-60 8-729-046-98 8-729-046-98 8-729-046-98 8-729-046-98 8-729-046-98 8-729-046-98 8-729-037-52 8-729-017-61 8-729-042-26 8-729-044-58 8-729-044-58 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) SI4963DY-T1 2SB1122-S UN9213J-(TX).5% 5% 5% 0.SO 1-576-286-21 FUSE < IC > IC300 IC301 8-759-491-09 IC MB4488PFV-G-BND-ER 8-759-075-66 IC TA75S01F < COIL > L300 L301 L302 L303 L304 L305 L306 L307 L308 L309 L310 L311 L312 L313 L314 L315 L316 L317 L318 L319 L451 1-416-669-11 1-416-670-11 1-416-669-11 1-416-669-11 1-416-669-11 1-416-669-11 1-412-056-11 1-414-770-91 1-412-056-11 1-414-400-11 1-414-770-91 1-414-770-91 1-412-056-11 1-414-770-91 1-414-770-91 1-414-394-11 1-414-770-91 1-469-058-11 1-469-058-11 1-414-770-91 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 22uH 33uH 22uH 22uH 22uH 22uH 4.4A/24V 1.SO SSM3K03FE (TPL3) MCH6202-TL-E 2SB1462J-QR (K8).2uH 4.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).7uH 22uH 4.SO 2SB1581 2SB1462J-QR (K8). Q320 Q321 Q322 Q323 Q324 Q325 Q326 Q327 Q328 Q329 Q331 Q332 Q333 Q334 Q335 Q336 Q337 Q338 Q339 Q340 Q341 Q344 Q345 Q348 Q349 Q351 Part No.SO SI2304DS-T1 SI2304DS-T1 5-18 Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P DD-216D Ref. No.7uH 2.7uH 4.SO 2SC5376F-B (TPL3) 2SD2216J-QR (TX).7uH 4.7uH 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 1-218-953-11 1-216-296-11 1-216-296-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-969-11 1-216-150-91 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-969-11 1-208-715-11 1-208-927-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-965-11 1-208-719-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 1K 0 0 470K 1M 22K 10 22K 22K 22K 1K 4.5% 0.SO UN9213J-(TX).SO UN9213J-(TX).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).

2K 1.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.6K 56K 56K 22K 100K 220 11K 3.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.SONY) 8-719-061-81 DIODE TLYU1002(TPX1.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1. DC-DC CONVERTER T301 1-435-518-21 TRANSFORMER. No.5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 0.7K 1 1 0 0 0 270K 0 4. COMPLETE ********************** < CONNECTOR > CN500 CN501 CN502 1-785-902-21 CONNECTOR.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref.5% 0. R388 R389 R390 R391 R392 R393 R394 R396 R397 R399 R400 R401 R456 Part No.9K 3.9K 220K 100 100 47 100 1K 1K 100 100 47K 10K 27K 1.SONY) 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 0.2K 220K 0 47K 0 47K 0 47K 20K 100K 100K 22K 470 0.5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W FK-088 5% 1/16W 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W < TRANSFORMER > T300 1-435-456-21 TRANSFORMER.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0. 1-208-927-11 1-218-969-11 1-208-927-11 1-208-931-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-971-11 1-208-715-11 1-208-701-11 1-218-974-11 1-218-974-11 1-208-715-11 1-208-935-11 1-218-945-11 1-208-912-11 1-208-697-11 1-208-697-11 1-208-943-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-937-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-970-11 1-208-687-11 1-208-719-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-978-11 1-208-939-11 1-208-918-81 1-218-978-11 1-218-974-11 1-208-713-11 1-218-978-11 1-208-909-11 1-208-943-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-973-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-918-81 1-208-935-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-949-11 Description METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 47K 22K 47K 68K 10K 33K 22K 5.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 0.8K 6.5% 0.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 5% 5% 0. R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 R342 R343 R344 R345 R346 R347 R348 R349 R350 R351 R352 R353 R354 R355 R356 R358 R359 R360 R361 R362 R363 R364 R365 R366 R367 R368 R369 R370 R371 R372 R373 R374 R375 R376 R377 R378 R380 R381 R382 R383 R384 R385 R386 Part No.5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 5-19 . 1-218-978-11 1-208-933-11 1-208-699-11 1-217-671-11 1-217-671-11 1-216-295-91 1-216-295-91 1-218-990-11 1-218-982-11 1-216-295-91 Description RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP 120K 82K 4.5% 5% 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P DD-216D Ref.3K 3.8K 560 22K 560 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.7K 1K 0 5% 0.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.SONY) 8-719-061-81 DIODE TLYU1002(TPX1. DC-DC CONVERTER ************************************************************ A-7078-942-A FK-088 BOARD. No.2K 560 1.5% 0.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 5% 5% 0.SONY) TLYU1002(TPX1.5% 0.5% 5% 0.3K 560 6.5K 1.5% 0.2(TPL3) < RESISTOR > R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R518 1-218-950-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-950-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-950-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-950-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-950-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-950-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 560 1. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 23P 1-815-438-11 CONNECTOR. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 21P < DIODE > D500 D501 D502 D503 D504 D505 D506 D507 D508 D509 D510 D511 D512 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 8-719-061-81 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE TLYU1002(TPX1. BOARD TO BOARD 40P 1-784-420-11 CONNECTOR.5K 33K 47K 22K 100K 47K 47K 22K 47K 10K 1M 47K 120K 150K 20K 120K 56K 18K 120K 8.5K 560 3.

S0 0. Part No. KEY BOARD (FF) SWITCH.2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8). Part No. KEY BOARD (REW) SWITCH. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 5P CN1703 1-573-930-11 CONNECTOR.2(TPL3) 01ZA8. KEY BOARD (REC) SWITCH. KEY BOARD (PLAY) SWITCH.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P FK-088 Ref.01uF 10% 16V J300 J301 J302 J303 1-694-713-11 1-566-850-31 1-563-282-21 1-793-995-11 TERMINAL BOARD (VIDEO/AUDIO) CONNECTOR. KEY BOARD (SLOW) SWITCH.001uF 0. KEY BOARD (EDIT SEARCH+) S510 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.2(TPL3) 01ZA8.001uF 0. SQUARE TYPE 4P (DV Interface) 1-785-433-21 CONNECTOR. COMPLETE ********************* < CAPACITOR > ISTOR PT4800FB (TAPE END) ISTOR PT4800FB (TAPE TOP) 6-500-750-01 DIODE NSAD500H-T1-A < FERRITE BEAD > FB300 FB301 1-500-444-11 FERRITE 1-500-444-11 FERRITE < JACK > 0UH 0UH C1701 1-107-726-91 CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > 0. KEY BOARD (END SEARCH) S511 1-771-138-82 SWITCH. KEY BOARD (REC) SWITCH.2(TPL3) 01ZA8.00% 50V 50V 50V 50V S500 S501 S502 S503 S504 S505 S506 S507 S508 S509 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 1-771-138-82 SWITCH. No. BOARD TO BOARD 40P < DIODE > D300 D301 D302 D303 D304 D305 D306 D307 D308 D309 D310 D311 D312 D313 D314 D315 8-719-062-16 8-719-073-03 8-719-062-16 8-719-062-16 8-719-062-16 8-719-073-03 8-719-062-16 8-719-073-03 8-719-073-03 8-719-072-91 8-719-062-16 8-719-422-70 8-719-062-16 8-719-062-16 8-719-073-03 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE 01ZA8. No. ROTARY (SWITCH)(MODE) ************************************************************ A-7078-944-A HL-013 BOARD. KEY BOARD (PAUSE) SWITCH. KEY BOARD (EDIT SEARCH-) ************************************************************ A-7073-418-A FP-594 FLEXIBLE BOARD ******************** < CONNECTOR > CN901 1-784-723-11 PIN. PUSH (REC PROOF) S902 1-572-719-32 SWITCH.2K 5% 1/16W R1702 1-218-955-11 RES-CHIP 1. CONNECTOR 4P < DIODE > D901 8-719-067-13 DIODE GL453K < HOLE ELEMENT > H901 H902 8-719-061-28 DIODE HW-105C-FT-V (S REEL) 8-719-061-28 DIODE HW-105C-FT-V (T REEL) < TRANSISTOR > Q901 Q902 6-600-109-01 PHOTO TRAN 6-600-109-01 PHOTO TRAN < SWITCH > S901 1-771-039-51 SWITCH. FP-594 Description < SWITCH > HL-013 JK-267 Ref.2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8).S0 MA8082-(K8).2(TPL3) MA8075-TX 01ZA8.S0 01ZA8. SMALL TYPE (HEADPHONE) JACK. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 21P < DIODE > D1701 8-719-073-03 DIODE MA8082-(K8). COMPLETE ********************* < CAPACITOR > C301 C302 C303 C304 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN300 CN301 1-785-828-11 CONNECTOR.00% 10.001uF 10.00% 10.S0 < IC > IC1701 8-759-573-02 IC BU9735K-E2 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 0 0 0 0 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-20 .2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8). KEY BOARD (STOP) SWITCH. KEY BOARD (AUDIO DUB) SWITCH. PUSH (1 KEY) (C IN SW) S903 1-771-325-11 ENCODER.2(TPL3) MA8082-(K8). SUPER SMALL TYPE (LANC) < COIL > L301 L302 1-412-963-11 INDUCTOR 1-412-963-11 INDUCTOR < RESISTOR > 100uH 100uH CN1701 1-766-337-21 CONNECTOR.S0 MAZJ200D0LS0 01ZA8. FFC/FPC 7P CN1702 1-778-711-11 CONNECTOR.00% 10. (S) TERMINAL 4P (S1-VIDEO) JACK. Description < RESISTOR > R1701 1-218-954-11 RES-CHIP 1.3K 5% 1/16W R1704 1-216-855-11 METAL CHIP 680K 5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-952-A JK-267 BOARD.001uF 0.S0 01ZA8.5K 5% 1/16W R1703 1-218-959-11 RES-CHIP 3.

FFC/FPC 20P < DIODE > D070 D140 8-719-064-61 DIODE 01BZA8. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 22uF 22uF 0.022uF 0.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.00% 20% 20% 10.0033uF 10uF 10uF 22uF 0.3V 10V 10V 10V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 6.022uF 0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 20.0033uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10. 1-125-838-11 1-127-760-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-941-11 1-115-156-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-489-11 1-164-937-11 1-107-823-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-939-11 1-104-851-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-127-895-91 1-127-895-91 1-125-777-11 1-164-866-11 1-164-866-11 1-115-467-11 1-115-467-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-935-11 1-127-895-91 1-164-935-11 1-164-935-11 1-125-777-11 1-127-895-91 1-127-895-91 1-164-677-11 1-164-677-11 1-107-819-11 1-107-819-11 1-107-819-11 1-107-819-11 1-110-569-21 1-110-569-21 1-110-569-21 1-110-569-21 1-127-895-91 1-125-777-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.22uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10.00% 20% 10% 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 6.0022uF 10uF 0.0068uF 0. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 27P CONNECTOR.00% 20.1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.047uF 0.00% 10. FFC/FPC 6P 2. 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-990-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-990-11 1-216-864-11 Description METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref.01uF 0.00% 20% 10.1uF 470PF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.SO 5-21 .00% 10. COMPLETE ********************** < CONNECTOR > CN550 1-766-336-21 CONNECTOR. FFC/FPC 6P < DIODE > D550 8-719-064-61 DIODE 01BZA8.00% 20% 20% 10.00% 10.3V 6.7uF 10uF 0.022uF 47uF 47uF 47uF 47uF 22uF 0.00% 20.00% 10% 10.00% 10.022uF 0.00% 10.00% 20% 20.00% 10. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 5.00% 10.2uF 1-766-336-21 CONNECTOR.01uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 10. No.00% 20.00% 10.033uF 0.00% 6.00% 10.3V 16V 16V 16V 10V 10V 10V 50V 16V 50V 16V 16V 10V 50V 10V 10V 10V 4V 4V 10V 50V 50V 10V 10V 50V 50V 4V 50V 50V 10V 4V 4V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 4V 4V 4V 4V 4V 10V KP-013 LA-028 10.1uF 0.00% 10.1uF 22uF 22uF 0. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 39P CONNECTOR.00% 10.3V 6.3V 4V 10V 6.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20% 10.00% 20% 10.033uF 0.3V C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C214 C215 Part No.022uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN050 CN051 CN052 CN053 CN054 CN055 CN056 1-784-423-21 1-778-086-21 1-784-421-11 1-766-843-21 1-766-336-21 CONNECTOR.01uF 0.22uF 0.47uF 0.2(TE85L) < SWITCH > S550 1-771-025-41 SWITCH.3V 6. No.1uF 4.00% 10.3V 6.00% 10.22uF 470PF 470PF 22uF 470PF 470PF 0.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 4.2(TE85L) 8-719-056-23 DIODE MA2S111-(K8). C099 C100 C140 C141 C142 C143 C145 C146 C147 C148 C149 C150 C151 C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157 C158 C159 C160 C161 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168 C170 C200 C201 C202 C203 10.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10. FFC/FPC 27P CONNECTOR.00% 20.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 Part No.00% 10.00% 10. BOARD TO BOARD 80P CONNECTOR. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.00% R321 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-945-A KP-013 BOARD. ROTARY (ENCODER)(SEL/PUSH EXEC) ************************************************************ A-7078-946-A LA-028 BOARD.022uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 10% 10% 10.00% 10. CHIP TANTAL.00% 10.1uF 47PF 47PF 0.7uF 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P JK-267 Ref.00% 10.0047uF 1uF 0.047uF 0.00% 10.00% 10.0068uF 0.22uF 0. FFC/FPC 6P 1-766-350-21 CONNECTOR.001uF 0.00% 20.3V 16V 10V 6.7uF 2.22uF 0.2uF 4. COMPLETE ********************** < CAPACITOR > C070 C071 C072 C073 C074 C075 C076 C077 C078 C079 C080 C085 C086 C087 C088 C089 C090 C091 C092 C093 C094 C095 C096 C097 C098 1-125-777-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-164-942-11 1-164-942-11 1-107-823-11 1-125-837-91 1-107-823-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-926-91 1-117-919-11 1-115-467-11 1-115-467-11 1-119-923-11 1-119-923-11 1-164-940-11 1-107-819-11 1-107-819-11 1-164-940-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-127-895-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-926-91 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.1uF 0.47uF 1uF 0.47uF 0.

5% 0.SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO UN9213J-(K8).5K 3.5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.SO 2SA1588-OY-TE85L 2SB1462J-QR(K8).5% 0.5% 0.5% 0. No.5% 0.SO 2SD2216J-QR(K8).5% 0.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-22 .5% 0.8K 10K 10K 10K 100K 10K 10K 100K 15K 10K 15K 4. No.5% 0. R071 R072 R073 R074 R075 R076 R077 R078 R079 R080 R081 R082 R083 R084 R085 R086 R087 R088 R089 R091 R092 R093 R095 R096 R097 R098 R099 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R140 R141 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W R142 R143 R144 R145 R146 R147 R148 R150 R151 Part No.5% 0.5% 0.SO 2SA1588-OY-TE85L UN9213J-(K8).5% 0.2 47K 47K 47K 47K 100K 100K 220K 220K 10K 10K 100K 100K 22K 22K 22K 22K 22K 22K 68K 100K 68K 100K 1K 47K 1K 100K 10K 10K 1K 1K 1K 47K 10K 1K 10K 68K 68K 68K 68K 68K 0 47K 1K 1M 0.5% 0.3K 6.SO UN9213J-(K8).SO 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R051 R052 R053 R054 R055 R063 R065 R066 R067 R070 1-218-954-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-969-11 1-216-295-91 1-216-864-11 1-218-990-11 1-216-864-11 1-208-885-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 1.5% 0.5% 0.SO 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8). Part No.7K 2.SO UN9213J-(K8).SO UN9213J-(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR(K8). 1-208-703-11 1-208-885-11 1-208-703-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-711-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-711-11 1-218-961-11 1-216-134-00 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-927-11 1-208-927-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-943-11 1-208-943-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-707-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-935-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-975-11 1-216-295-91 1-218-973-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-989-11 Description METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 6.5% 0.5% 0.8K 22K 0 0 0 0 820 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 0. Description < FERRITE BEAD > FB140 1-414-445-11 FERRITE < IC > IC070 IC071 IC072 IC073 IC074 IC075 IC076 IC140 IC141 IC142 IC143 IC144 IC200 8-759-359-49 8-759-359-49 8-759-823-51 8-759-444-87 8-759-058-45 8-759-478-92 8-759-478-92 8-759-637-96 8-759-444-87 8-759-075-66 IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC NJM3414AV(TE2) NJM3414AV(TE2) LB1830M-E NJM324V(TE2) NJM3403AV TC7SET04FU(TE85R) TC7SET04FU(TE85R) uPD16877MA-6A5-E2 NJM324V(TE2) TA75S01F 0UH Ref.8K 820 6.2K 1.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/8W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 8-759-327-33 IC BU9241FS-E2 8-759-327-33 IC BU9241FS-E2 8-759-489-19 IC uPC6756GR-8JG-E2 < COIL > L070 L071 L072 L073 L140 L141 L142 L143 L200 1-412-951-11 1-412-963-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-771-91 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > 10uH 100uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH Q050 Q070 Q071 Q072 Q073 Q074 Q075 Q076 Q077 Q078 Q140 Q141 Q142 Q143 Q200 Q201 8-729-037-72 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 8-729-013-31 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-013-31 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR UN9211J-(K8).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P LA-028 Ref.5% 0.

SLIDE (AUTOLOCK) ************************************************************ 5-23 . FFC/FPC (ZIF) 27P 1-691-354-21 CONNECTOR.2K 15K 22K 470K 1K 1K 330 22K 1K 10K 47K 47K 18K 470 10K 10K 1K 1K 56K 560 10K 10K 1K 1K 56K 560 0 22K 22K 22K 22K 10K 10K 1M 1M 1K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.2K 1. KEY BOARD (SHUTTER SPEED) S004 1-771-138-82 SWITCH. Description 2.1K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W IC221 Ref. COMPLETE *********************** < CONNECTOR > 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W CN001 1-779-327-11 CONNECTOR. KEY BOARD (AE SHIFT) S002 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-959-A MA-430D BOARD.8K 39 180K 9. 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-965-11 1-218-981-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-967-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-947-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-927-11 1-208-713-11 1-208-675-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-974-11 1-218-950-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-974-11 1-218-950-11 1-216-295-91 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP LB-100D Part No. KEY BOARD (GAIN) S005 1-762-648-21 SWITCH.5% 0.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W R232 1-208-711-11 METAL CHIP 15K 0. < IC > MA-430D MK-016 Description 8-759-581-11 IC NJM2125F (TE2) < TRANSISTOR > Q221 Q222 6-550-119-01 TRANSISTOR 8-729-054-48 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > DTC144EMT2L UP04601008S0 R200 R205 R206 R207 R208 R224 R225 R227 R230 R231 1-218-946-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-220-179-11 1-218-956-11 1-211-983-11 1-208-941-11 1-208-910-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 270 100K 100K 100K 100K 510 1.2K 10K 220K 470K 470K 2.5% 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P LA-028 Ref.S0 < RESISTOR > R211 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-958-A LB-100D BOARD.2uF 10% 16V 16V R001 R002 R003 R004 R005 R006 1-218-950-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-963-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 560 1.1uF 2.5K 3.SONY) 8-719-073-03 DIODE MA8082-(K8).5% 0. FFC/FPC 6P < DIODE > D003 D004 8-719-061-82 DIODE TLSU1002(TPX1. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 16P < DIODE > D200 D201 8-719-018-51 DIODE CL-170R-CD 8-719-082-33 DIODE NSCW100-T38 0. R152 R153 R154 R155 R156 R157 R158 R159 R160 R161 R162 R163 R164 R165 R166 R167 R168 R169 R170 R171 R172 R173 R174 R177 R178 R179 R180 R181 R182 R185 R186 R187 R200 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R209 R210 Part No. No.8K 22K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP < SWITCH > S001 1-771-138-82 SWITCH. COMPLETE ******************* < CAPACITOR > C221 C222 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-505-11 CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN200 CN201 1-784-421-11 CONNECTOR. No. COMPLETE ************************ < CONNECTOR > CN1106 1-784-420-11 CONNECTOR ************************************************************ A-7078-948-A MK-016 BOARD. KEY BOARD (WHT BAL) S003 1-771-138-82 SWITCH.5% 0.3K 6.

3V 6.00% 10.SO UN9214J-(K8). No.00% 6.2uF 0.00% 10.3V 25V 16V 25V 50V 50V 6.01uF 22uF 0.3uF 0.1uF 0. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 7P CONNECTOR.8K 150K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-104-851-11 TANTAL.3uF 0.2uF 2. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. PD-217 Description Ref.01uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.00% 10V CN2100 CN2101 * CN2103 * CN2104 CN2105 1-794-378-21 1-794-377-21 1-778-155-11 1-778-172-11 1-764-704-21 PIN.SO XP4601-TXE NDS356AP 2SB1462J-QR(K8).00% 10.01uF 0.00% 10.00% 10. FFC/FPC (LIF) 5P 5% 0.01uF 0. COMPLETE *********************** < CAPACITOR > C2101 C2102 C2103 C2104 C2105 C2107 C2108 C2109 C2110 C2111 C2112 C2113 C2114 C2115 C2116 C2117 C2118 C2119 C2120 C2123 C2124 C2125 C2126 C2127 C2128 C2133 C2181 C2182 C2183 C2184 C2185 C2186 1-119-750-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-826-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-739-11 1-125-838-11 1-164-004-11 1-164-943-11 1-100-502-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-872-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-838-11 1-100-502-11 1-164-943-11 1-163-021-91 1-115-566-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-725-11 1-109-982-11 1-119-751-11 1-164-943-11 1-119-751-11 1-164-943-11 TANTAL.1uF 0.00% 5. CONNECTOR 8P CONNECTOR. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 24P CONNECTOR.00% 10.01uF 3.SO 2SA1832F-Y/GR(TPL3) UN9112J-(K8).00% 10V 10.SO R2111 R2112 R2113 R2115 R2116 R2117 R2118 R2119 R2122 R2123 R2124 R2129 R2134 R2136 R2137 R2138 R2143 R2144 R2146 R2147 R2148 R2153 R2157 R2158 R2159 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-958-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-635-11 1-208-635-11 1-208-635-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-965-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-703-11 1-218-979-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP 470K 470K 0 2.00% 20. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.5% 0.1uF 0.01uF 10uF 0.001uF 82PF 2. FFC/FPC 8P 1-793-641-11 CONNECTOR.00% 10. CHIP 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > 20.01uF 0. Part No.7uH 100uH MA111-TX 1SV288(TPH3) RD3.7K 47K 68K 22K 68K 1M 0 100K 0 10 10 10 100 10K 100K 0 0 10K 0 100K 6.00% 10. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.00% 10.01uF 4.3V 10V 16V 6.7uF 0.2uH 4.SO XP4313-(TX). COMPLETE *********************** < CONNECTOR > CN775 CN776 1-766-644-21 CONNECTOR.00% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10.00% 10. No.00% 5.00% 10.2uF 3.00% 20. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 22uF 0.00% 20% 10.3UM-T1B PG1111R-TR A-7078-949-A MS-209 BOARD.00% 10% 10% 10.SO 2SD2216J-QR(K8).1uF 1uF 22uF 0.00% 10. CONNECTOR 14P PIN. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-24 .00% 10.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P MS-209 Ref.2uF 2.00% 20. Part No.3V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 6.1uF 0.3V 6.1uF 1-414-757-11 INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > Q2101 Q2102 Q2103 Q2104 Q2109 Q2111 Q2112 Q2181 Q2182 Q2183 8-729-427-74 8-729-037-74 8-729-427-74 8-729-041-23 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-52 8-729-048-77 8-729-042-72 8-729-037-53 8-729-042-59 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > XP4601-TXE UN9213J-(TX).01uF 560PF 2. MEMORY STICK R1002 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R1003 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 R1004 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-956-A PD-217 BOARD.00% 10. Description < DIODE > D2101 D2102 D2104 D2181 8-719-404-50 8-719-084-46 8-719-050-42 8-719-059-47 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE < IC > < RESISTOR > IC2101 IC2103 8-752-109-08 IC CXA3289BR-T4 8-752-409-15 IC CXD3516R-T4 < COIL > L2101 L2102 L2103 L2104 L2181 20.3V 25V 16V 50V 10V 10V 16V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V L2182 1-414-755-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-412-943-11 1-412-056-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 22uH 10uH 10uH 2.

01uF 0.01uF 47PF 0.3V 4V 16V 16V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 47PF 0.001uF 0.3V 6.01uF 0. C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C125 C127 C128 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C331 C332 C333 C334 C335 C337 C338 C341 C342 C343 C345 C346 C348 C352 C353 C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 Part No.3V 16V 50V 16V 50V 10V 50V 16V 10uH 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 22uF 10. FFC/FPC 6P < COIL > L600 1-414-754-11 INDUCTOR < SENSOR > SE600 1-803-042-31 SENSOR.01uF 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P PD-217 Ref.7uF 4. COMPLETE ********************** < CAPACITOR > C600 C601 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-127-895-91 TANTAL.5PF 0.033uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 16V 16V 10V 10V 16V 4V 16V 6.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 10uF 0.01uF 0.00% 10V 20% 4V 5-25 .1uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 10uF 0.3V 16V 6.001uF 0.1uF 1uF 220PF 1uF 1uF 4.01uF 0. ANGULAR VELOCITY (PITCH) ************************************************************ A-7112-573-A VC-358D BOARD.1uF 0.01uF 0. 1-164-943-11 1-164-866-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-943-11 1-127-760-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-937-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-863-11 1-164-943-11 1-119-923-11 1-164-937-11 1-125-838-11 1-127-895-91 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-162-970-11 1-164-943-11 1-107-826-11 1-125-837-91 1-164-882-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-127-760-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-837-91 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-943-11 1-119-923-11 1-119-923-11 SE-147 0.01uF 0.047uF 0.3V 6.2uF 22uF 0.001uF 2. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 0.01uF 4.3V 16V 25V 16V 16V 6.01uF 22uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 470PF 0.7uF 0.3V 6.01uF 0. ANGULAR VELOCITY (YAW) SE601 1-803-042-41 SENSOR.3V 16V 6.01uF 0.01uF 0. 1-208-957-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-965-11 1-216-295-91 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-961-11 Description RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP 820K 0 0 0 10K 0 0 0 100K 0 0 0 0 0 4.3V 6.001uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 5% 1/16W 5% 1/16W 5% 1/16W R2182 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R2183 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W R2184 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 ************************************************************ A-7078-950-A SE-147 BOARD.01uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 470PF 0.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.7K 5% 1/16W Ref.01uF 1uF 0.3V 6.1uF 1uF 0. No. CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN600 1-766-336-21 CONNECTOR.47uF 0.7uF 0.3V 16V 6. COMPLETE (SERVICE) ******************************** < CAPACITOR > C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-109-982-11 1-164-943-11 1-127-895-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-866-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.3V 16V 10V 50V 6.01uF 0.01uF 10PF 10PF 0.5PF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 16V 50V 16V 16V 10V 10V 16V 16V 16V 10V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 16V 6.1uF 0.3V 16V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 50V 6.01uF 10uF 0.047uF VC-358D 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 0.7uF 4.001uF 0.7uF 4. No.047uF 0.3V 50V 50V 16V 10V 10V Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.001uF 0.1uF 0. R2160 R2162 R2163 R2165 R2166 R2167 R2168 R2169 R2170 R2172 R2173 R2174 R2175 R2176 R2181 Part No.

1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.3V 6.1uF 0.001uF 0.3V 10V 10V 16V 16V 10V 10V 10V 10V 16V 10V 10V 10V 50V 50V 50V 10V 16V 16V 16V 6.1uF 0.1uF 0.3V 6.1uF 0.1uF 22uF 0.25PF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 50V 50V 50V 10V 4V 10V 50V 50V 50V 10V 10V 6.3V 6.3V 6.1uF 0.1uF 0.3V 10V 10V 10V 16V 16V 10V 6.47uF 0. 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-850-11 1-125-777-11 1-119-749-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-852-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-128-964-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-837-91 1-127-895-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-826-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-848-11 1-164-843-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-777-11 1-127-895-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-127-895-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-104-851-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-164-943-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.3V 10V 10V 50V 50V 6.0047uF 0.3V 10V 10V Ref.3V 4V 10V 10V 10V 16V 6.01uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 10uF 0.3V 16V 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 0.1uF 1uF 0.1uF 33uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 100uF 0.1uF 1uF 22uF 0. No.0047uF 0.001uF 10PF 10PF 0.3V 10V 6.1uF 33uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 8PF 3PF 1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.3V 10V 35V 35V 10V 10V 10V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 2.1uF 0.5PF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 0.1uF 1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.3V 6.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. No.5PF 0.0068uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.001uF 12PF 0.022uF 0.3V 6.022uF 0.3V 50V 50V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.1uF 0.22uF 0.1uF 0. C723 C724 C725 C726 C727 C728 C731 C732 C733 C734 C735 C736 C737 C738 C739 C742 C745 C746 C747 C748 C749 C750 C751 C752 C753 C754 C756 C757 C758 C759 C760 C761 C762 C763 C764 C765 C767 C771 C772 C801 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C812 C901 C902 C903 C904 C908 C910 C911 C912 C913 Part No.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 16V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 6.1uF 470PF 470PF 1uF 470PF 470PF 0. C406 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C414 C415 C416 C418 C419 C420 C421 C422 C423 C424 C425 C426 C427 C428 C429 C430 C431 C432 C433 C434 C435 C436 C437 C438 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C706 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C719 C720 C721 C722 Part No.1uF 10uF 1uF 1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.3V 6. CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 22uF 0. 1-164-505-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-819-11 1-164-942-11 1-107-819-11 1-107-820-11 1-164-935-11 1-164-935-11 1-125-837-91 1-164-935-11 1-164-935-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-119-923-11 1-127-578-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-941-11 1-164-941-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-823-11 1-125-777-11 1-115-467-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-850-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-109-982-11 1-107-689-21 1-107-689-21 1-113-682-11 1-125-777-11 1-113-682-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-107-826-11 1-119-751-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 16V 10V 10V 6.01uF 10uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 33uF 0.5PF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.5PF 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5-26 .2uF 0.1uF 22uF 0.5PF 0.1uF 10PF 10PF 10PF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.047uF 3.3V 6.3V 6.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.5PF 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 0.3uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.3V 10V 4V 10V 10V 10V 16V 10V 10V 16V 10V 4V 10V 10V 6.1uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.

CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.3V 16V 6.022uF 0.3V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 0.47uF 10uF 1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 10uF 33uF 0.3V 6.3V 6.3V 6.01uF 0.3V 50V 50V 10V 10V 16V 6.3V 6.01uF 0.3V 6. CHIP 4.3V 35V 10V 6.3V 16V 6.47uF 1uF 10uF 1uF 33uF 1uF 4. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.7uF 10uF 0.3V 6. CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.3V 6.47uF 47uF 47uF 10uF 0.3V 6.01uF 10uF 1uF 0.3V 16V 6.0068uF 12PF 12PF 0.3V 6. 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-135-072-21 1-135-210-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-863-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-919-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-107-826-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-942-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-164-935-11 1-164-935-11 1-125-777-11 1-104-851-11 1-107-826-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-115-156-11 1-109-982-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-104-851-11 1-119-749-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-107-819-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-942-11 1-164-852-11 1-164-852-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-115-467-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-164-943-11 1-125-838-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.3V 16V 16V 16V 6.01uF 0.3V 10V 10V 6.01uF 0.3V 6.01uF 0. CHIP 10uF CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 16V 6.7uF TANTAL.01uF 2.3V 6.3V Ref.3V 6.3V 6.01uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.3V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 10uF 10uF 0.0068uF 1uF 0.22uF 4.47uF 10uF 0.1uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 10V 6.3V 16V 16V 10V 10V 10V 16V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.47uF 10uF 15uF 0.01uF 0.022uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.47uF 10uF 0. No.01uF 0.3V 10V 50V 50V 10V 6. C914 C915 C916 C917 C918 C919 C920 C921 C922 C926 C928 C929 C930 C931 C932 C933 C934 C935 C936 C1002 C1003 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1008 C1009 C1010 C1011 C1013 C1014 C1015 C1016 C1017 C1018 C1019 C1020 C1021 C1022 C1023 C1024 C1025 C1026 C1027 C1028 C1029 C1030 C1031 C1034 C1035 C1036 C1037 C1038 C1040 C1041 C1042 C1045 C1046 C1047 C1048 C1049 Part No.22uF 1uF 1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.47uF TANTAL.01uF 0.3V 10V 35V 10V 6.01uF 0. C1050 C1051 C1052 C1053 C1054 C1055 C1056 C1058 C1059 C1060 C1061 C1062 C1067 C1068 C1075 C1076 C1077 C1078 C1079 C1090 C1091 C1092 C1093 C1094 C1095 C1101 C1102 C1103 C1104 C1105 C1106 C1107 C1108 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1112 C1113 C1114 C1115 C1116 C1117 C1118 C1119 C1120 C1121 C1122 C1127 C1128 C1129 C1130 C1131 C1132 C1301 C1302 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1308 Part No.3V 4V 16V 16V 6.22uF TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0. No.47uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.01uF 10uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.3V 6.3V 16V 6.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.01uF 0.3V 4V 6.01uF 0.1uF 0.47uF 1uF 10uF 0.0068uF 1uF 1uF 470PF 470PF 0.3V 6.47uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 5% 5% 20% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 6. CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 6.3V 6.1uF 0.2uF 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 6.01uF 1uF 0.01uF 0.3V 5-27 . CHIP 0. CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 6.3V 10V 10V 10V 16V 10V 10V 4V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 10V 16V 16V 16V 16V 10V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0.1uF 10uF 0.3V 6. CHIP 10uF TANTAL.7uF 1uF 10uF 10uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.3V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 0.3V 6.3V 6. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 22PF 39PF 10uF 0.47uF 10uF 0.01uF 10uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.01uF 0.01uF 0.3V 10V 6.1uF 1uF 1uF 0.47uF 10uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. 1-125-837-91 1-164-943-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-837-91 1-107-826-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-858-11 1-164-864-11 1-104-851-11 1-117-863-11 1-110-569-11 1-110-569-11 1-104-851-11 1-135-072-21 1-135-210-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-131-623-91 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-863-11 1-117-919-11 1-107-819-11 1-117-863-11 1-125-837-91 1-104-913-11 1-125-837-91 1-119-749-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-720-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-863-11 1-104-851-11 1-125-837-91 1-164-942-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-863-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 16V 6.3V 6.1uF 10uF 0.

1uF 10uF 0. No.1uF 0. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.3V 6. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.1uF 10uF 0. 1-164-677-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-837-91 1-117-919-11 1-125-837-91 1-164-943-11 1-125-837-91 1-125-837-91 1-164-217-11 1-164-937-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-127-569-91 1-104-851-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-838-11 1-127-569-91 1-127-569-91 1-127-569-91 1-164-858-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-360-11 1-164-315-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-360-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-850-11 1-164-850-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-119-750-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-943-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-739-11 1-125-777-11 1-100-502-11 1-164-357-11 1-107-826-11 1-164-872-11 1-125-838-11 1-125-838-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 10% 10% 10% 6.3V 6.3V 16V 50V 10V 6. EMI (SMD) (1608) 5-28 . BOARD TO BOARD 80P CONNECTOR.01uF 0.01uF 1uF 1uF 150PF 0.2 (TE85L) 01BZA8.3V 4V 4V 4V 50V 10V 10V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. BOARD TO BOARD 60P CONNECTOR.033uF 2.3V 16V 16V 10V 10V 6.001uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.2 (TE85L) 01BZA8. FFC/FPC 20P CONNECTOR.001uF 0. C1819 C1822 C1823 C1824 Part No. FERRITE BEAD FERRITE. FFC/FPC 11P CONNECTOR.S0 MA111-(K8).2uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 5% 10% 10% 20% 5% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 20% 0. BOARD TO BOARD 50P CONNECTOR. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6. BOARD TO BOARD 40P CONNECTOR. C1309 C1310 C1311 C1312 C1313 C1314 C1315 C1316 C1318 C1319 C1320 C1321 C1322 C1328 C1329 C1330 C1332 C1337 C1338 C1340 C1341 C1342 C1343 C1401 C1407 C1408 C1409 C1410 C1411 C1412 C1413 C1414 C1415 C1416 C1417 C1418 C1419 C1420 C1421 C1422 C1423 C1424 C1425 C1426 C1427 C1428 C1801 C1802 C1805 C1806 C1807 C1808 C1810 C1811 C1812 C1813 C1814 C1815 C1817 C1818 Part No.7uF 2.3V 6. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.2uF 4.3V 50V 50V 10V 6.S0 MA2S111-(K8).SO 1SV288 (TPH3) 2.2uF 1uF 10uF 1uF 0.3V 10V 16V 16V 16V 10V 50V 10V 25V 50V 16V 50V 6. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.2uF 100uF 100uF 100uF 22PF 0.1uF 0.S0 MA111-(K8). EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.2uF 2.3V Ref.1uF 10uF 0. 1-125-838-11 1-115-566-11 1-164-505-11 1-162-970-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN002 CN003 CN004 CN006 CN007 CN008 CN009 CN020 CN021 CN022 CN023 CN024 CN025 CN101 1-784-421-11 1-766-346-21 1-766-343-21 1-785-432-21 1-766-350-21 1-766-884-41 1-779-331-11 1-766-341-21 1-778-084-11 1-784-421-11 1-778-086-21 1-784-421-11 1-778-083-21 1-766-340-21 CONNECTOR.2uF 0. FFC/FPC 16P CONNECTOR.01uF 0.5PF 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 10% 20% 5% 10% 5% 10% 10% 16V 6. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 27P CONNECTOR.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.3V 6.1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.1uF 82PF 2.01uF 0.1uF 10uF 10uF 10PF 10PF 0.1uF 560PF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.2uF 2.3uF 0.1uF 3. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.3V 16V 6. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.1uF 0. CHIP TANTAL. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.3V 6.01uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.5PF 0.S0 MA728 MA111-(K8).01uF 0.2 (TE85L) 01BZA8.01uF 0.1uF 0.3V 10V 16V 25V < FERRITE BEAD > FB101 FB301 FB302 FB303 FB304 FB305 FB306 FB307 FB501 FB702 FB703 FB704 FB705 FB706 FB707 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-760-21 1-414-445-11 1-414-445-11 1-414-445-11 1-500-284-21 1-414-445-11 1-414-445-11 FERRITE.S0 HSM88WK KV1470TL1-3 HSM88WK KV1470TL1-3 1SV329 (TPL3) MA2S111 MA111-(K8). CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 6.1uF 10uF 0. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 10V 16V 10V 6. FFC/FPC 10P < DIODE > D001 D002 D003 D004 D005 D007 D301 D302 D303 D304 D701 D702 D1102 D1103 D1104 D1105 D1106 D1401 D1802 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 8-719-064-61 8-719-073-03 8-719-027-95 8-719-055-86 8-719-027-95 8-719-055-86 8-719-082-63 8-719-046-91 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-421-27 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-056-23 8-719-084-46 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE 01BZA8.3V 10V 6. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 27P CONNECTOR.3V 6.1uF 0. FFC/FPC 13P CONNECTOR.1uF 10uF 22uF 0. EMI (SMD) (1608) INDUCTOR.3V 50V 50V 16V 10V 16V 16V 4V 10V 6.1uF 470PF 0. FFC/FPC (ZIF) 27P CONNECTOR.2uF 2.3V 6.2 (TE85L) 01BZA8.01uF 100uF 10uF 2.2 (TE85L) MA8082-(K8). FFC/FPC 14P CONNECTOR. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.01uF 0. No. CHIP TANTAL. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. BOARD TO BOARD 50P CONNECTOR. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref. FERRITE (CHIP) (1608) BEAD. IC1406 IC1407 IC1408 IC1409 IC1410 IC1411 IC1412 IC1802 IC1803 Part No. 8-759-566-20 8-752-398-08 8-759-643-81 8-759-642-42 8-759-584-32 8-759-058-60 8-759-644-18 8-759-660-93 8-752-405-57 Description IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC AK6440BH-E2 CXD3133AGA-T6 MSM51V18160DSL-6LFS1 RC5V834/E2 MB86189PFV-G-BND-ER-E1 TC7SU04FU (TE85R) ML2201-100MBZ060 RB5P004AM1 CXD3501AR-T4 < COIL > L101 L102 L103 L303 L304 1-414-771-91 1-414-771-91 1-414-771-91 1-412-936-11 1-414-246-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 10uH 10uH 10uH 0. FERRITE BEAD FERRITE. No. EMI (SMD) (1608) BEAD.SO 2SA2018H-T2L UN911FJ-(K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO UN9211J-(TX).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8). EMI (SMD) (1608) < IC > IC101 IC102 IC301 IC302 IC361 IC401 IC402 IC501 IC502 IC701 IC702 IC704 IC705 IC706 IC707 IC771 IC801 IC802 IC803 IC903 IC1001 IC1002 IC1003 IC1004 IC1005 IC1008 IC1009 IC1010 IC1012 IC1092 IC1101 IC1102 IC1103 IC1104 IC1105 IC1301 IC1401 IC1402 IC1403 IC1405 8-752-086-52 8-752-086-53 8-759-650-63 8-759-677-31 6-700-553-01 8-759-652-08 8-759-657-68 6-803-733-01 8-759-593-47 8-752-397-67 8-752-397-67 8-752-083-11 8-752-408-78 8-759-598-08 8-759-075-66 8-752-397-00 8-759-445-94 8-753-212-65 8-759-426-25 6-701-682-01 8-759-689-59 8-759-647-71 8-759-680-44 8-759-689-59 8-759-430-57 8-759-111-56 8-759-075-66 8-759-259-10 8-759-259-10 6-701-112-01 8-759-580-27 8-759-424-79 8-759-642-45 8-753-209-85 8-759-566-20 6-701-555-01 8-759-692-19 8-759-234-20 8-759-643-81 8-759-327-60 IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC CXA2071R-T4 CXA2072R-T4 CSP MB90099PFV-G-103-BND-ER SN104266BGGM-TEB CXA8099ER-TBM-E SC111319FTBEB MB91192LGA-G-162-ER AK6417AM-E2 CXD3400N-T4 CXD3400N-T4 CXA2107R CXD2484AR-T4 AK5483-L TA75S01F CXD3116AR-T6 AK6480AM-E2 CXP972048-025R-T6 MB88346LPFV-G-BND-ER MB87L4261PFV-G-BND-ER LA74207FN-TBM-E AK4550VT-E2 TLC2272CDR LA74207FN-TBM-E M62367GP-75ED uPC4572G2 TA75S01F M5201AFP-T1 M5201AFP-T1 DS1801E-02V-T/R S-81236SGUP-DQ7-T1 S-8423YFS-T2 TL1596CPWR CXP921064A-085GA-T6 AK6440BH-E2 AN2225NFHQBA HD6437044P15XSZ TC7S08F MSM51V18160DSL-6LFS1 TC7W125FU-TE12R L305 L306 L307 L401 L402 L701 L702 L710 L801 L802 L901 L902 L1001 L1002 L1003 L1004 L1073 L1301 L1302 L1303 L1304 L1801 L1802 L1803 1-414-754-11 1-414-771-91 1-469-525-91 1-414-771-91 1-414-771-91 1-414-754-11 1-414-755-11 1-414-755-11 1-414-754-11 1-412-951-11 1-414-771-91 1-414-771-91 1-414-754-11 1-469-058-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-754-11 1-414-771-91 1-414-771-91 1-412-939-11 1-414-771-91 1-469-058-11 1-412-945-11 1-414-771-91 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > Q001 Q003 Q004 Q102 Q302 Q304 Q305 Q306 Q307 Q308 Q401 Q402 Q701 Q702 Q801 8-729-028-27 8-729-037-72 8-729-037-72 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-52 8-729-049-91 8-729-042-68 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-72 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SK2009 (TE85L) UN9211J-(TX). 1-414-445-11 1-414-445-11 1-414-760-21 1-500-329-21 1-500-329-21 1-414-760-21 1-543-955-22 1-543-960-22 1-543-955-22 1-543-955-22 1-543-955-22 1-543-955-22 1-500-284-21 1-500-284-21 1-414-760-21 Description FERRITE. EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. FERRITE (CHIP) (1608) BEAD.SO UN9211J-(TX). FERRITE (CHIP) (1608) BEAD.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8). EMI (SMD) (1608) FERRITE. FERRITE BEAD FERRITE. FERRITE (CHIP) (2012) BEAD.56uH 1. FERRITE (CHIP) (1608) BEAD. FB771 FB772 FB901 FB1002 FB1101 FB1301 FB1402 FB1403 FB1404 FB1405 FB1406 FB1407 FB1408 FB1409 FB1801 Part No.SO UN9213J-(TX).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX). FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR. FERRITE (CHIP) (1608) INDUCTOR. EMI (SMD) (1608) INDUCTOR.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).8uH 5-29 .SO 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 22uH 22uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 22uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 10uH 1uH 10uH 22uH 3.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).3uH 10uH Ref. No. FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR.

7K 270 2.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-30 . No.7K 0 0 10K 10K 10K 33 33 10K 6.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 2SB1462J-QR (K8).5K 3.7K 10K 22K 9.2K 22K 220 220 220 220 0 0 68 0 0 10K 10K 270 0 0 3.SO 2SC5376F-B (TPL3) 2SC5376F-B (TPL3) UN9213J-(TX).2K 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO 2SA2018H-T2L UN9213J-(TX).2K 1.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).2K 12K 12K 56 56 10K 56 10K 56 100 100 100 100 100 0 5% 0.5% 0.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO UN9113J-(TX).SO UN9113J-(TX).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).5% 0.SO UN9213J-(TX).3K 3.SO UN9210J-(TX).SO UN9113J-(TX).5% 5% 0.5% 0.SO UN9213J-(TX).5% 5% 5% 0.1K 8.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO HN1L02FU (TE85R) UN9213J-(TX).7K 820 1K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.SO UN9213J-(TX).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO 2SC4177-L6 UN9115J-(TX).2K 150 2.3K 6.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 0.7K 1K 4.SO Ref. 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-52 8-729-049-91 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-71 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-71 8-729-037-63 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-117-32 8-729-037-63 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-74 8-729-024-39 8-729-037-63 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-74 8-729-041-43 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-58 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-61 8-729-049-91 8-729-042-26 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-52 8-729-037-61 8-729-049-25 8-729-049-25 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-74 8-729-037-61 8-729-037-74 8-729-042-26 Description TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R001 R002 R003 R004 R005 R007 R008 R010 R020 R021 R022 R023 R024 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 1-218-977-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-803-11 1-216-803-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-963-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-979-11 1-218-966-11 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 100K 1.SO 2SB1462J-QR (K8).3K 3.SO 2SD1511-R/S (TX) UN9115J-(TX).SO UN9111J-(K8).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX). 1-218-949-11 1-218-966-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-969-11 1-208-910-11 1-208-909-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-945-11 1-218-945-11 1-218-945-11 1-218-945-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-939-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-946-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-695-11 1-208-695-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-947-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-683-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-683-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-885-11 1-208-683-11 Description RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 470 12K 4.8K 4.3K 100 330 4.SO UN9213J-(TX).5% 0. No.SO UN9213J-(TX).5% 0.SO UN9213J-(TX).SO 2SA2018H-T2L 2SB1462J-QR (K8).SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).5K 4.7K 47 0 1K 4.3K 10K 10K 2.SO UN9210J-(TX).5% 0.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).5% 0. R110 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R120 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R305 R306 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R328 R331 R334 R336 R338 R340 Part No.5% 0. Q902 Q903 Q904 Q905 Q906 Q1001 Q1002 Q1003 Q1004 Q1005 Q1006 Q1007 Q1008 Q1009 Q1010 Q1011 Q1014 Q1015 Q1016 Q1101 Q1102 Q1103 Q1104 Q1105 Q1106 Q1107 Q1108 Q1109 Q1112 Q1113 Q1301 Q1302 Q1303 Q1305 Q1401 Q1402 Q1403 Q1404 Q1405 Part No.SO 2SD2216J-QR (TX).SO UN9115J-(TX).8K 0 1M 150K 12K 10K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W R341 R343 R351 R356 R358 R360 R361 R364 R367 R368 R369 R370 R371 R372 R377 R378 R379 R380 R381 R382 1-218-955-11 1-208-699-11 1-218-946-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-943-11 1-218-957-11 1-208-709-11 1-208-709-11 1-218-938-11 1-218-938-11 1-208-707-11 1-218-938-11 1-208-707-11 1-218-938-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-990-11 RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP 1.

Description 10K 47K 470K 100K 100K 470K 100K 100K 0 0 1K 16K 18K 27 27 18K 33 33 33 18K 18K 18K 18K 27 27 27 27 0 470K 47 5. No. 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-975-11 1-217-671-11 1-217-671-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-968-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-969-11 1-217-671-11 1-217-671-11 1-217-671-11 1-218-946-11 1-218-966-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-989-11 1-216-789-11 1-216-789-11 1-216-789-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-972-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-981-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-943-11 1-218-945-11 Description SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 0 0 0 4.5% 5% 5% 0.3K 1.2 2.5% 0.7K 10K 10K 68K 68K 1 1 3.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-218-943-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP 5-31 .7K 100K 22K 1 1 1 270 12K 100K 100K 100K 1M 2.3K 100K 2.5% 0. R383 R384 R385 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R416 R417 R418 R419 R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R429 R430 R431 R432 R434 R435 R436 R437 R501 R502 R503 R504 R505 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R518 R519 R520 R521 R522 R523 Part No.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.3K 0 0 100K 100K 100K 1M 1M 1K 1M 1M 1K 100K 100K 100K 1K 1K 1K 1M 0.6K 10K 0 0 0 0 0 0 7. No.5% 0.7K 0 100K 47K 220K 1K 150 220 150 220 Ref.5% 0.2 3.2 2.5% 0.5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-683-11 1-208-712-11 1-208-713-11 1-218-934-11 1-218-934-11 1-208-713-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-208-713-11 1-208-713-11 1-208-713-11 1-208-713-11 1-218-934-11 1-218-934-11 1-218-934-11 1-218-934-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-962-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-208-908-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 0.5K 3.2K 18K 0 10K 4. R524 R525 R526 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W R527 R528 R531 R532 R701 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R728 R730 R731 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R762 R764 R765 R773 R801 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R812 R813 R814 R815 R816 R818 R819 Part No.5K 39K 0 100K 100K 100K 100K 470K 1K 470K 470K 470K 470K 470K 1K 4.5% 5% 5% 5% 0.

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0. No.7K 4.1K 0 100K 100K 47K 4.2K 1K 47K 47 47 2.7K 100K 1K 470K 0 1K 2.2K 10K 10K 100K 1K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref. 1-218-973-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-951-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-949-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-977-11 1-218-960-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-960-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 Description RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 47K 1K 1K 100K 1K 1K 1M 1K 100K 1M 470K 470K 100K 4.7K 470K 470K 470K 100K 100K 100K 1K 1K 10K 10K 47K 680 10K 470 0 0 0 0 0 100 100K 3. 1-218-949-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-949-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-953-11 1-208-928-11 1-208-719-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-927-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-949-11 1-208-928-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-954-11 1-218-954-11 1-208-719-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-927-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-910-11 1-218-973-11 1-208-910-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 Description RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 470 22K 470 10K 10K 47K 47K 4.2K 3.2K 33K 47K 47K 47K 47K 47K 9.1K 47K 9.7K 1K 51K 33K 47K 10K 47K 47K 47K 47K 2.5% 5% 0.2K 470K 1K 1K 100K 1K 470K 470K 470K 470K 470K 470K 470K 100K 100K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.7K 4.2K 100K 470 51K 1K 1K 1.2K 47K 47 47 2. R820 R822 R826 R827 R828 R829 R830 R831 R833 R835 R836 R837 R838 R839 R840 R841 R842 R843 R850 R851 R852 R853 R854 R907 R908 R909 R911 R912 R916 R924 R930 R936 R949 R953 R954 R955 R956 R957 R958 R1001 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1006 R1007 R1008 R1009 R1010 R1011 R1012 R1013 R1014 R1015 R1016 R1020 R1021 R1022 R1023 R1024 R1025 Part No.5% 0.9K 2.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-32 .9K 47K 33K 2. No.2K 1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.2K 0 0 2.5% 5% 0. R1026 R1027 R1029 R1030 R1032 R1033 R1034 R1035 R1037 R1041 R1042 R1043 R1044 R1045 R1046 R1047 R1048 R1049 R1050 R1051 R1053 R1058 R1072 R1073 R1074 R1075 R1076 R1077 R1078 R1083 R1084 R1085 R1086 R1087 R1088 R1092 R1093 R1094 R1103 R1104 R1106 R1107 R1108 R1109 R1110 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1114 R1115 R1116 R1117 R1118 R1119 R1120 R1121 R1122 R1123 R1124 R1125 Part No.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.2K 1K 2.5% 5% 5% 5% 0.

7K 270 0 470K 180 18 47K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0. R1126 R1128 R1129 R1130 R1131 R1132 R1133 R1134 R1135 R1136 R1137 R1138 R1139 R1140 R1141 R1142 R1143 R1144 R1145 R1146 R1147 R1148 R1149 R1150 R1151 R1152 R1153 R1154 R1155 R1156 R1157 R1158 R1159 R1160 R1161 R1162 R1163 R1164 R1165 R1166 R1167 R1176 R1177 R1178 R1179 R1180 R1181 R1188 R1189 R1191 R1192 R1193 R1194 R1195 R1196 R1197 R1198 R1199 R1200 R1201 Part No. No. 1-218-985-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-958-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-962-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 Description RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 470K 4.7K 470K 3.5K 100K 470K 470K 470K 470 3.3 4.3K 3.7K 4.5% 0. 1-218-953-11 1-219-570-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-955-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-949-11 1-216-791-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-959-11 1-218-979-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-208-935-11 1-208-935-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-949-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-981-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-218-935-11 1-208-715-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-949-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-958-11 1-218-946-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-944-11 1-218-932-11 1-218-973-11 Description RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 1K 10M 1K 1.3K 150K 470K 1K 1K 1K 100K 100K 1M 470 4.6K 2.7K 100K 1M 470K 470K 1M 1M 100K 100K 100K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 100K 1K 1K 1K 1K 470K 470K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 1K 10K 1K 47K 1M 1K 470K 470K 100K 1M 100K 100K 100K 5.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-33 .3K 3. R1202 R1203 R1205 R1206 R1207 R1208 R1209 R1210 R1211 R1212 R1213 R1214 R1215 R1216 R1217 R1218 R1220 R1222 R1223 R1224 R1225 R1226 R1229 R1231 R1301 R1302 R1304 R1305 R1306 R1308 R1312 R1313 R1314 R1315 R1316 R1317 R1318 R1319 R1320 R1321 R1322 R1323 R1324 R1325 R1326 R1327 R1328 R1329 R1330 R1401 R1402 R1403 R1404 R1405 R1406 R1407 R1408 R1409 R1410 R1411 Part No.7K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 2.2K 1K 1K 1K 1K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref. No.2K 100K 470K 470K 47K 2.7K 100 220K 10K 10K 33 33 33 33 33 33 22K 1K 33K 47K 1K 33K 470 10K 1K 1K 1K 1K 2.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref.

CRYSTAL (20MHz) VIBRATOR. No.5MHz) X1401 1-781-770-21 VIBRATOR. TACTILE (CUSTOM PRESET) ************************************************************ A-7078-960-A XD-003 BOARD. LITHIUM NIOBATE (7.00% 6.SO R1121 R1122 R1123 R1125 R1126 R1127 R1128 R1129 R1130 1-218-951-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP < SWITCH > 680 0 0 47 1K 1K 10K 10K 100K 5% 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 1-113-985-11 1-115-467-11 1-109-935-11 1-125-777-11 1-125-777-11 S1100 1-572-473-11 SWITCH.7uF 0.S0 MA111-(K8).S0 MA111-(K8). CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 0. COMPLETE *********************** < CAPACITOR > 1-117-919-11 TANTAL. CERAMIC (20MHz) VIBRATOR.S0 < IC > IC1102 8-749-013-13 IC RS-70-TU < TRANSISTOR > Q1104 8-729-037-71 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > UN9210J-(TX).S0 MA111-(K8). No. 1-218-973-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-961-11 1-218-953-11 1-218-938-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-985-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-967-11 1-218-958-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-969-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-989-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 1-218-941-81 RM-091 Description RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP XD-003 Ref. CRYSTAL (20MHz) ************************************************************ A-7078-955-A RM-091 BOARD.375MHz) X1402 1-781-044-21 VIBRATOR.7K 47K 68K 22K 68K 1M 100K 0 100 100 100 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W C1109 R1830 R1831 R1832 R1833 Part No. COMPLETE *********************** < CAPACITOR > TANTAL.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P VC-358D Ref. R1412 R1413 R1414 R1415 R1416 R1417 R1418 R1419 R1420 R1421 R1422 R1423 R1424 R1425 R1426 R1427 R1428 R1429 R1430 R1431 R1432 R1433 R1434 R1435 R1436 R1437 R1438 R1439 R1440 R1441 R1442 R1443 R1444 R1445 R1446 R1447 R1448 R1449 R1450 R1451 R1452 R1453 R1454 R1455 R1457 R1801 R1804 R1805 R1807 R1808 R1809 R1810 R1811 R1814 R1815 R1816 R1819 R1821 R1822 R1823 Part No.1uF 0.22uF 4.S0 10uF 20. CRYSTAL (13. CHIP < DIODE > D1105 D1106 D1107 D1108 D1109 D1110 8-719-951-20 8-719-073-03 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE BR1102W-TR MA8082-(K8).768kHz) X1301 1-781-763-21 VIBRATOR. CERAMIC (20MHz) 0 0 0 0 X1102 1-767-994-42 VIBRATOR. CRYSTAL (27MHz) VIBRATOR. CRYSTAL (24. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20V 10V 6.3V 10V 10V 5-34 . 47K 0 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 100K 10K 10K 100K 10K 100K 47K 1M 47K 1K 100K 100K 100K 1K 100 4.3V 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8). 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-990-11 Description SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP < VIBRATOR > X301 X501 X701 X801 X1101 1-781-045-21 1-781-044-21 1-767-586-11 1-767-980-21 1-767-980-21 VIBRATOR.576MHz) VIBRATOR.7K 1K 56 100 470K 0 0 15K 2. CRYSTAL (32.

2K 2.1uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 6.1uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 10uF 10uF 0.3V 6.7uF 4.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P XD-003 Ref.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W XM-005 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% R422 1-208-701-11 METAL CHIP 5. 1-218-973-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-990-11 1-208-715-11 1-208-713-11 Description RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 47K 100 0 22K 18K 5% 5% 0.3V 10V 50V 25V 63V 50V 50V 63V 35V 35V 35V 35V C200 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C228 C230 C231 C232 C300 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-125-777-11 1-135-337-11 1-135-337-11 1-125-926-91 1-164-937-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-943-11 1-164-343-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-156-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-128-996-11 1-162-964-11 Ref.001uF 0.7uF 4.3V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 1-104-920-11 TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.1uF 10uF 0. 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-164-874-11 1-104-919-11 1-110-618-11 1-165-319-11 1-165-319-11 1-110-618-11 1-104-920-11 1-104-920-11 Description TANTAL.3V 10V 16V 25V 6.7uF 4.001uF 4.5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-961-A XM-005 BOARD.1uF 1uF 1uF 4.001uF 0.001uF 0. No.7uF 4.001uF 0.6K 0. CHIP TANTAL.001uF 0.001uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.001uF 4.001uF 0.001uF 0. CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT TANTAL.1uF 12uF 4.3V 50V 50V 25V 6. CHIP 1-104-920-11 TANTAL.001uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.2K 470K 10K 4.001uF 0. C406 C407 C408 C410 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C420 Part No.SO 2SC4177-L6 2SC4177-L6 2SJ204-T1B 2SC4177-L6 2SC4177-L6 2SC4177-L6 NDS356AP 2SC4177-L6 2SA1611-M5M6 2SK1470-TD 8-729-042-92 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 1-218-951-11 1-218-970-11 1-218-970-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-978-11 1-218-978-11 1-218-981-11 1-218-937-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-985-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-961-11 1-218-957-11 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 680 27K 27K 2.7uF 4.001uF 0.7K 2.001uF 0.7uF 20% 10% 5% 20% 20% 6.7uF 4. CHIP 10uF 0.001uF 0. CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN401 1-766-343-21 CONNECTOR.3V 6.1uF 100PF 10uF 12uF 0.2K 100K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5-35 .001uF 0.01uF 0. CHIP TANTAL.001uF 0.3V 25V 6.7uF 0. COMPLETE *********************** < CAPACITOR > CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP ELECT CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.2K 120K 120K 220K 47 2.7uF 4.1uF 0.5% 1/16W R423 1-208-683-11 METAL CHIP 1K 0. CHIP TANTAL.7uF 4.7uF 4.001uF 0. No.056uF 10uF 0. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. FFC/FPC 13P < DIODE > D401 D402 8-719-951-20 DIODE BR1102W 8-719-987-21 DIODE SB02-09CP-TB < IC > IC400 IC401 8-749-013-13 IC RS-70-TU 8-759-521-35 IC TL5001CD < COIL > L400 L401 L402 1-412-058-11 INDUCTOR 1-416-906-11 INDUCTOR 1-414-405-11 INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > 10uH 33uH 150uH Q401 Q402 Q403 Q404 Q405 Q406 Q407 Q408 Q409 Q410 Q411 8-729-037-71 8-729-117-32 8-729-117-32 8-729-033-65 8-729-117-32 8-729-117-32 8-729-117-32 8-729-041-23 8-729-117-32 8-729-140-63 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR UN9210J-(TX).5% 0.7uF 0.7uF 0.3V 6. R416 R417 R418 R420 R421 Part No.

5% 5% 0.5% 0.3V 6.2K 180 470 0 270 270 4.056uF 0.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P XM-005 Ref.2K 2. XLR TYPE 3P (INPUT2) CONNECTOR.001uF 0.7K 4. FFC/FPC 16P CONNECTOR.2K 2.3V Ref. No.7K 120K 3. CHIP TANTAL.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8). CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.001uF 0.1uF 10uF 0.7K 100K 100K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.2K 180 470 0 270 270 4. Part No. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.7K 100K 100K 4.SO 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/16W 1/16W 5-36 .5% 0.S0 MA111-(K8).2K 2.2K 2.01uF 10uF 0. Description < RESISTOR > R200 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R223 R224 R225 R226 R227 R229 R230 R231 R232 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R239 R240 R241 R242 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-031-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-295-91 1-216-035-00 1-216-035-00 1-220-222-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-218-978-11 1-208-695-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-945-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-887-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-721-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-965-11 1-216-295-91 1-216-295-91 1-218-971-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-975-11 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-031-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-295-91 1-216-035-00 1-216-035-00 1-220-222-11 1-218-977-11 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 2. 1-162-964-11 1-125-777-11 1-135-337-11 1-135-337-11 1-125-926-91 1-164-937-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-117-919-11 1-125-777-11 1-117-919-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-343-11 1-164-943-11 1-117-919-11 Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL. FFC/FPC 16P < DIODE > D001 D002 D003 D004 D200 D201 D202 D203 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 8-719-073-01 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE MA111-(K8).3V 10V 6. CHIP 0.2K 2. C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C326 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C334 Part No.S0 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8). CHIP TANTAL.7K 4.7K 39K 4.7K 4.2K 2.5% 0.S0 MA111-(K8).1uF 1uF 1uF 4.1uF 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.1uF 10uF 0.7uF 0.3V 6.3K 0 220 0 47K 4. XLR TYPE 3P (INPUT1) CONNECTOR.5% 0. CHIP < CONNECTOR > CN200 CN201 CN300 CN301 1-568-006-11 1-779-332-11 1-568-006-11 1-779-332-11 CONNECTOR.S0 MA111-(K8).3V 50V 50V 25V 6.S0 0.7K 10K 47K 47K 10K 33K 10K 0 0 33K 100K 100K 47K 68K 2.2K 2.SO UN9213J-(TX).3V 10V 6.2K 2. No.S0 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8).001uF 0.2K 2.7K 4.2K 2.S0 < IC > IC200 IC201 IC202 IC203 IC300 IC301 IC302 IC303 8-759-111-56 8-759-111-56 8-759-259-10 8-759-075-66 8-759-111-56 IC IC IC IC IC uPC4572G2 uPC4572G2 M5201AFP-T1 TA75S01F uPC4572G2 8-759-111-56 IC uPC4572G2 8-759-259-10 IC M5201AFP-T1 8-759-075-66 IC TA75S01F < COIL > 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W L200 L201 L202 L203 L300 L301 L302 L303 1-414-398-11 1-414-398-11 1-414-398-11 1-414-854-11 1-414-398-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 10uH 10uH 10uH 1mH 10uH 10uH 10uH 1mH 1-414-398-11 INDUCTOR 1-414-398-11 INDUCTOR 1-414-854-11 INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > Q201 Q303 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J-(TX).S0 MA111-(K8).1uF 10uF 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 50V 10V 6.5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-117-919-11 TANTAL. CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP TANTAL.3V 25V 25V 16V 6.

5% 0. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.5% 0. 5-37 . LITHIUM (SECONDARY) 1-756-128-11 BATTERY. FFC/FPC 7P < DIODE > D801 8-719-064-61 DIODE 01BZA8. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. FFC/FPC 16P CONNECTOR. Replace only with part number specified.7K 120K 3. SLIDE (INPUT2 +48V) ************************************************************ S801 1-572-342-11 SWITCH.7K 4. COMPLETE ********************** < CONNECTOR > CN100 CN101 CN102 CN103 1-766-343-21 1-779-332-11 1-779-332-11 1-779-334-11 CONNECTOR. No. Part No.7K 4.5% 5% 0. FFC/FPC 13P CONNECTOR.5% 0. No.7K 4.7K 33K 10K 47K 68K 10K 0 33K 47K 47K 10K 0 0. 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-218-978-11 1-208-695-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-945-11 1-218-990-11 1-218-887-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-721-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-208-699-11 1-218-971-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-975-11 1-218-965-11 1-216-295-91 1-218-971-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-973-11 1-218-965-11 1-216-295-91 Description METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP 4. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.5% 0.2 (TE85L) < RESISTOR > R801 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R809 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-965-11 1-218-941-81 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP 10K 10K 10K 100 10K 100 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 0.5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 0 BT801 0 BT802 Ref.7K 39K 4. SLIDE (INPUT1 +48V) S102 1-762-824-11 SWITCH.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP < SWITCH > R339 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R340 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W ************************************************************ A-7078-962-A XS-004 BOARD.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P XM-005 Ref. SLIDE (INPUT1 REC CH SELECT) S103 1-762-825-11 SWITCH. FFC/FPC 16P CONNECTOR. Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 Part No.5% 0. Description XS-004 XZ-003 A-7078-963-A XZ-003 BOARD.3K 0 220 0 47K 4. SLIDE (INPUT1 INPUT LEVEL) S104 1-762-825-11 SWITCH. SLIDE (INPUT2 INPUT LEVEL) S105 1-571-640-11 SWITCH.5% 0. LITHIUM (SECONDARY) < CONNECTOR > CN801 1-766-337-21 CONNECTOR. FFC/FPC 20P < SWITCH > S100 1-571-640-11 SWITCH. SLIDE (Handle zoom) S802 1-786-157-31 TACTILE SWITCH (Handle REC START/STOP) S803 1-786-157-31 TACTILE SWITCH (W) S804 1-786-157-31 TACTILE SWITCH (T) ************************************************************ CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.5% 0.7K 4. COMPLETE ********************** < BATTERY > 1-756-128-11 BATTERY.

Power cord (Main lead) (PD170P) 0 1-769-608-11 Power cord (Main lead) (PD190P) 0 1-782-476-13 Power cord (Main lead) (PD170) 0 1-790-107-22 AC Adaptor (AC-L15A/L15B) 0 1-477-533-61 NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack (PD170) A-7094-140-A NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack (PD170P) A-7094-141-A NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack (PD190P) A-7095-596-A POUCH 3-061-801-01 R6 (size AA) batteries for the Remote Commander (2) (not supplied) CAP. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)(PD170) 3-087-447-21 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (CHINESE)(PD190P) 3-087-447-11 MANUAL. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. Replace only with part number specified. INSTRUCTION (SPANISH)(PD170P) MANUAL. W 3-061-812-01 CAP. INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN)(PD170P) MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)(PD170P) 3-087-464-21 3-087-464-31 3-087-464-41 3-087-464-51 3-087-464-61 MANUAL. 5-38E .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Checking supplied accessories. Note : The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Make sure that the following accessories are supplied with your camcorder. INSTRUCTION (CHINESE)(PD190P) Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH/FRENCH/GERMAN/ITALIAN)(PD170/PD170P) 3-062-061-21 MANUAL. REAR 3-061-800-01 A/V connecting cable (1.5 m) 1-823-364-21 Lid Battery Case (3-053-056-01) Shoulder strap 3-987-015-01 LENS (MAIN). INSTRUCTION (FRENCH)(PD170P) MANUAL. FRONT 3-061-799-01 Wireless Remote Commander (RMT-811) 1-475-950-53 VCL-HG0578 widde conversion lens Wind screen 3-048-481-01 Lens hood (LSF-S58) (not supplied) Hood with a lens cap 3-088-528-01 Microphone spacer *3-179-882-01 Microhpne 8-814-298-90 Hood cap X-3950-568-1 Holder cable 3-087-943-01 Other accessories 3-062-061-13 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH)(PD170) 3-087-464-11 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (GERMAN)(PD170P) MANUAL.

is not necessarily correct. check the respective items of the EVR data. and download it. Procedure 1 Save the EVR data of the machine in which a board is going to be replaced. (Machine before starting repair) PC PC (Machine after a board is replaced) Save the EVR data to a personal computer. Download the saved data to a machine.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P SECTION 6 ADJUSTMENTS 1. save the data from the same model of the same destination. Save the data. (Former board) (New board) Procedure 3 When the data cannot be saved due to defective EEPROM. or when the EEPROM cannot be removed or installed. (Refer to page 6-3 for the items to be checked. Download the saved data after a board is replaced.) 6-1 . Perform either procedure 1 or procedure 2 or procedure 3 when replacing board. (Machine to be repaired) PC (Machine to be repaired) Download the data. Before starting adjustment EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board The data that is stored in the repair board. Remove the EEPROM and install it. Procedure 2 Remove the EEPROM from the board of the machine that is going to be repaired. Install the removed EEPROM to the replaced board. (The same model of the same destination) After the EVR data is saved and downloaded.

. z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z Lens device Prism assy (Including 3 CCD imagers) VAP unit Mechanism deck (Note 1) EVF block LCD902 (LCD panel) LCD block LCD901 (LCD panel) LCD block ND901 (Fluorescent tube) LCD block Inverter unit Control switch (CF-4980) Mechanism deck M901 (Drum motor) (Note 1) Mechanism deck M902 (Capstan motor) (Note 1) FP-594 board H902 (T reel FG sensor) SE-147 board SE600. HALL adj. Cb level adj. AGC) VC-358D board IC706 (A/D converter) VC-358D board IC802 (Camera micro processor) VC-358D board IC1301 (LINE IN/OUT amp) VC-358D board IC301 (DV signal process) VC-358D board IC101 (EQ. VCO adj. input Battery end adj. B. 8 page data Camera EVF LCD Mechanism System control Servo. Tape path adj. adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. D. 8 page data Initialization of A page data Initialization of B page data Initialization of E. CAP FG duty adj. Contrast adj. Center level adj. E. Bright adj.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-1. (ND filter 1) Color reproduction adj. D. Color reproduction adj. AGC center level adj. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards. Flange back adj. S VIDEO OUT Cr. Pre-white balance data input AWB standard data input MAX GAIN adj. Replaced parts Block replacement Parts replacement Adjustment Section Adjustment Initialization of A. PLL f0 & LPF f0 adj. RF Video Initialization of C. PLL) VC-358D board IC102 (REC/PB amp) VC-358D board IC803 (EVR) z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z Table. APC & AEQ adj. Switching position adj. (ND filter 2) Steady shot adj. Contrast adj. LV standard data input White balance ND filter 1 compensation White balance ND filter 2 compensation Auto white balance adj. C. Bright adj. Black limit adj. Offset adj. S VIDEO OUT Y level adj. F page data 27MHz origin oscillation adj. 6-1-1(1). Zoom key center adj. V COM adj. F. VCO adj. White balance adj. T reel FG duty adj. Chroma BPF f0 adj. X701 (Timing generator) VC-358D board IC704 (S/H. PSIG GRAY adj. A/D CONV. • Adjusting items when replacing main parts When replacing main parts. 601 (PITCH/YAW sensor) PD-217 board IC2101 (RGB driver (LCD)) PD-217 board IC2103 (Timing generator (LCD)) VC-358D board IC1802 (RGB driver (EVF)) VC-358D board IC1803 (Timing generator (EVF)) VC-358D board IC705. 6-2 . Serial No. (ND filter OFF) Color reproduction adj.

Contrast adj. PSIG GRAY adj. 8 page data Initialization of A page data Initialization of B page data Initialization of E. z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z (COMPLETE) (COMPLETE) (COMPLETE) (COMPLETE) (COMPLETE) IC801 (EEPROM) IC502 (EEPROM) IC1406 (EEPROM) IC1105 (EEPROM) (Note 2) Table. APC & AEQ adj. Bright adj.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P • Adjusting items when replacing a board or EEPROM When replacing a board or EEPROM. D. Flange back adj. reset the data of page: 2. adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. 8 page data Camera EVF LCD Mechanism System control Servo. PLL f0 & LPF f0 adj. Black limit adj. address: A2 to A4 to “00”. Bright adj. S VIDEO OUT Y level adj. AGC center level adj. (ND filter 2) Steady shot adj. VCO adj. (ND filter 1) Color reproduction adj. T reel FG duty adj. Center level adj. reset the HRS METER data (page: A. VCO adj. (Refer to “Record of Use check” of “6-4. B. Serial No. HALL adj. V COM adj. White balance adj. Switching position adj. (Refer to “HRS METER (Hours meter)” of “64. address: 00 to 13) to “00”. SERVICE MODE”) • Mechanism deck • Drum assembly • Capstan motor And when replacing the following parts. E. CAP FG duty adj. Cb level adj. input Battery end adj. 6-3 Supporting z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z . RF Video Initialization of C. 6-1-1(2). Color reproduction adj. Pre-white balance data input AWB standard data input MAX GAIN adj. (ND filter OFF) Color reproduction adj. Chroma BPF f0 adj. Contrast adj. Board replacement Note1: When replacing the following parts. copy the HRS METER data. SERVICE MODE”) Adjustment Section Adjustment CD-512 board FP-594 board VC-358D board SE-147 board PD-217 board VC-358D board VC-358D board VC-358D board VC-358D board Initialization of A. (Refer to “HRS METER (Hours meter)” of “64. Zoom key center adj. D. Tape path adj. F page data 27MHz origin oscillation adj. S VIDEO OUT Cr. SERVICE MODE”) • Mechanism deck • Drum assembly Note2: When replacing the IC1105 by a user’s having forgotten a password. F. Offset adj. C. LV standard data input White balance ND filter 1 compensation White balance ND filter 2 compensation Auto white balance adj.

PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT (CAMERA SECTION) 1-1-1. REV torque and FWD back tension J-6082-282-A For all operating J-6082-314-D Corresponds to C mechanism (Note) J-6082-419-A ROM for version upgrading to allow use of the mode selector II with the C mechanism. List of Service Tools • Oscilloscope • Color monitor • Regulated power supply • Digital voltmeter Ref.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6-1. 6-4 . No.5mm) Mini pattern box Camera table Cleaning fluid Wiping cloth Super fine applicator (made by NIPPON APPLICATOR (P752D)) Mirror (Small oval type) Screwdriver for tape path Torque driver TG1 adjustment jig Mode selector conversion board (C) Tracking tape (XH2-1A1)(NTSC/PAL) Mini DV torque cassette Mode Selector Mode Selector Bending stick ROM Auto white balance adjustment/check White balance adjustment/check J-6080-808-A White balance check J-6080-818-A White balance check (2 sheets used) J-6082-200-A J-6020-250-A J-6082-053-B J-6080-875-A For checking the flange back J-6080-621-A For adjusting the video section For adjusting the viewfinder For extension between the CD-512 board (CN100) and J-6082-496-A the VC-358D board (CN025) J-6082-443-A J-6082-353-B For adjusting the flange back J-6082-384-A For adjusting the flange back Y-2031-001-0 7-741-900-53 — J-6080-840-A J-6082-026-A Tape path for adjusting tape guide J-9049-330-A J-6082-420-A FWD position adjustment J-6082-417-A 8-967-999-03 J-6082-360-A For FWD torque. 0. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT 1-1. J-1 J-2 J-3 J-4 J-5 J-6 J-7 J-8 J-9 J-10 J-11 J-12 J-13 J-14 J-15 J-16 J-17 J-18 J-19 J-20 J-21 J-22 J-23 J-24 Note: • Vectorscope Parts Code J-6080-058-A Usage Name Filter for color temperature correction (C14) ND filter 1.0 ND filter 0.3 Pattern box PTB-450 Color chart for pattern box Adjustment remote commander Siemens star chart Clear chart for pattern box CPC-13 jig Extension cable (50P.

6-1-1. 6-5 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P J-1 J-2 J-3 J-4 J-5 J-6 J-7 J-8 J-9 J-10 J-11 J-12 J-13 J-14 J-15 J-16 J-17 J-18 J-19 J-20 J-21 J-22 J-23 J-24 Fig.

time. 802). 2) Select page: D. data such as date. 6-1-2. address: 01. note down the self-diagnosis data and the data on history use (data of page: 2. The above procedure will enable the camera power to be turned on with the control switch block (CF-4980) removed. reset these data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-1-2. data on history of use (total drum rotation time etc. the lens block and boards need not be disassembled. set data: 01. be sure to exit the “Forced Camera Power ON Mode”. Preparations Note 1: For details of how remove the cabinet and boards. Note 5: Exiting the “Forced Camera Power ON” Mode 1) Select page: 0. and to “64. address: 10. After completing adjustments.) Note 4: Setting the “Forced Camera Power ON” Mode 1) Select page: 0. Before removing. 3) Select page: 0. ) will be lost. (Refer to “SELFDIAGNOSIS FUNCTION” for the self-diagnosis data. Note 2: When performing only the adjustments. address: 01. and set data: 01. After completing adjustments. refer to “2. Pattern box 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. address: A2 to AA). 95 cm Front of the protection glass Fig. user-set menus will be lost. 2) Select page: D. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. and set data: 01. the self-diagnosis data. set data: 00. and set data: 00. Note 3: As removing the cabinet (upper) handle block (removing the FK088 board CN501) means removing the lithium 3V power supply (ZM-030 board BT801. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. DISASSEMBLY”. If the cabinet (R) has been removed. 6-6 . address: 10. address: 01.Service Mode” for the data on the history use. 6-1-3.

6-1-3. p2 CPC cover Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) AC POWER ADAPTOR AC IN LANC jack Fig.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P [CONNECTION OF EQUIPMENT] Screw (M2 × 5). lock ace. 6-7 .

...............1msec Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue CRT picture frame V A B A=B B A Enlargement Fig...... OFF 3.............. DEMO MODE (Menu display) ........................... FOCUS switch (FP-188 flexible) ...... 0% Color bar chart standard picture frame Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Electronic beam scanning frame H Blue 0 ± 0... POWER switch (CF-4980 block) ...................... OFF PROG.............. (Do not perform zoom operations during this time.. Subjects 1) Color bar chart (Standard picture frame).............. BACK LIGHT (FP-189 flexible) ........ OFF SPOT LIGHT (FP-189 flexible) ... V-OUT/LCD 6................... OFF 4......................... Precaution 1.......................................DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-1-3....... 6-1-5......... ND FILTER (Lens block) . 11..... 13. 18................. CAMERA 2.... OFF 5.................. Order of Adjustments Basically carry out adjustments in the order given.... When performing adjustments using the color bar chart... using A0 size (1189 mm × 841 mm) black and white vellum paper..................... DISPLAY (CK-140 board) .................. Note: Use matte vellum paper bigger than A0... b (TV monitor picture) Fig.............................. 14............ 16........... MANUAL 2. STEADY SHOT (Menu display) ....... 15..... OFF DIGITAL EFFECT (CK-140 board) ......... Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified............... OFF 9............................... a (Video output terminal output waveform) Difference in level B A Adjust the camera zoom and direction to obtain the output waveform shown in Fig.... AUTO 8............ DISPLAY (Menu display) ..... White 841mm Black 1189mm Fig............................................................ a and the TV monitor display shown in Fig.. Fig................... AUTO LOCK (MK-016 board) ............ (Standard picture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the color bar chart from the pattern box and insert a clear chart in its place...... OFF AE SHIFT (MK-016 board) .............. ON 7......... 6-1-4............................ OFF SET UP .. 10......... 6-1-4 3... adjust the picture frame as shown in Fig........ OFF 16 : 9 WIDE (Menu display) .... set the switches as follows and perform adjustments without loading cassette... 17........ DIGITAL ZOOM (Menu display) ......... and make sure the edges of the black and white paper joined together are not rough................... 12....... 6-8 ..........) 3) Flange back adjustment chart Make the chart shown in Fig............. b....................... 1................. OFF ZEBRA (CK-140 board) ..... 6-1-5...SCAN (Menu display) ..... OFF AUTO SHUTTER (Menu display) .....

E. APC adj. D. change the data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following tables by manual input. 8 Page Data” is performed. D. 1) Modification of C. INITIALIZATION OF A. change the data to the initial value. Note: If the following symptoms occur after completing of the “Modification of C. Initializing the C. copy the data built in the same model. 8 Page Data If the C. D. 8 Page Data”. F. Note: If copy the data built in the different model. 8 page data”. Treel FG duty adj. Check that the data changes to “1A” Perform “Modification of C. address: 01. Initializing Method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 0 3 3 3 01 81 80 80 01 0A Procedure Set the data Check that the data is “00”. D. D. 2) The power is shut off so that unit cannot operate.) Address 00 to 0F 10 11 12 13 14 to 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 20 21 22 Initial value EE 00 00 00 E0 E0 2A 2A 32 32 25 3E 3E DC 99 Remark Switching position adj. C Page Table Note: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. C. 8 Page Data Note1: If “Initializing the C. 8 Page data Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 00 29 Set the data 2 2 01 29 Set the data. the following adjustments need to be performed again. 1) The battery end mark on the LCD or viewfinder screen is flashing. D. 1-2-1.) Fixed data-2: Modified data. (It is impossible to initialize a single page. Set the data. D. If not. (Refer to “2. and press the PAUSE button. AEQ adj. C. D. PLL f0 adj. and set data: 01. 8 Page Data”. select page: 0. and press the PAUSE button. Fixed data-1 Cap FG duty adj. check that the data of the “Fixed data-2” addresses of D page are same as those of the same model of the same destination. D. 8 page data has been initialized. Modification of C. 8 Page Data”. Fixed data-1 AEQ adj. Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. Modification of C. 8 page data 2) Serial No. 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination. Fixed data-1 AGC center level adj. Processing after Completing Modification of C. D. D page and 8 page will be initialized. 8 page data has been initialized. input 3) Servo and RF system adjustments 4) Video system adjustments 5) Viewfinder system adjustments 6) LCD system Adjustments 4) When changing the data. When changing the data. B. LPF f0 adj. Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Adjustment Page Adjustment Address 1. D. Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data. all data of the C page. 6-9 . the camcorder may not operate. 8 PAGE DATA C 10 to FF D 10 to FF 8 00 to FF A 00 to FF 3) 2.) Note2: If the C. Initializing the C. D. (Refer to “1. D. press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. 3. 8 PAGE DATA INITIALIZATION OF A.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-2.

input Fixed data-1 Emergency memory address Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Table. PLL f0 fine adj. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Address C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 CA to D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 DA DB DC DD DE DF E0 E1 to E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 EA EB EC ED EE EF F0 to F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 FA FB FC FD FE FF Initial value Remark Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 03 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 08 00 46 01 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Serial No. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 APC adj. S VIDEO out Cr level adj. Chroma BPF f0 adj. S VIDEO out Cb level adj. 6-1-2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P C page Address 23 to 24 25 26 27 28 29 2A 2B 2C 2D to 41 42 43 to 46 47 48 to 55 56 57 to 81 82 83 to 85 86 87 88 89 8A to 99 9A 9B 9C 9D 9E 9F A0 A1 to A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 to AA AB AC AD AE AF B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 BA to BF C0 C1 Initial value 88 E3 22 04 20 Remark Fixed data-1 S VIDEO out Y level adj. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 6-10 .

(EVF) Fixed data-1 Bright adj. (EVF) Fixed data-1 Bright adj. (Refer to “2. 6-1-3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4. (EVF) Contrast adj. 66 to 67 68 69 6A 6B to 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 9A to A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 AA AB AC AD AE AF B0 to B9 BA BB to C5 C6 C7 to D0 D1 D2 to D6 D7 D8 to FF 60 60 AC 90 80 30 71 71 9F AA 0A AE 85 75 40 30 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Table.(LCD) Black limit adj. Modification of C. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 6-11 . Initializing the C. (LCD) V-COM adj.) Fixed data-2: Modified data.) Initial value Remark Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 VCO adj. 8 Page Data”. (LCD) White balance adj. (LCD) Contrast adj.(LCD) PSIG GRAY adj. (Refer to “1. D Page Table Address Note: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (EVF) Fixed data-1 VCO adj. D. (LCD) Bright adj. 8 Page Data”. (LCD) Center level adj. D.(LCD) Fixed data-2 Address 00 to 0F 10 11 to 12 13 14 15 to 16 17 18 to 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F to 20 21 22 23 24 to 26 27 28 to 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F 30 31 to 33 34 35 36 37 38 to 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D to 50 51 52 53 54 55 to 57 58 59 5A 5B 5C 5D to 63 64 65 Initial value 00 Remark Test mode Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 91 97 A8 BD C8 Fixed data-1 Battery end adj.

A Page Table Address Initial value 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Remark OPERATION (L) OPERATION (H) DRUM RUN (L) DRUM RUN (H) TAPE RUN (L) TAPE RUN (H) THREADING (L) THREADING (H) CHECK SUM (L) CHECK SUM (H) OPERATION (L) OPERATION (H) DRUM RUN (L) DRUM RUN (H) TAPE RUN (L) TAPE RUN (H) THREADING (L) THREADING (H) CHECK SUM (L) CHECK SUM (H) Fixed data-1 Table. (Refer to “1.) 6. perform “HRS METER data re-writing procedure”. and set data: 00. Perform “Initializing the A Page Data” only when you don’t know original values of addresses 00 to 13. 6-1-5. 3) When inputting the data. D. address: 01. 6-12 . 8 Page Data”. 4) After completing data inputting. SERVICE MODE”) Address 00 to 0A 0B 0C to 0F 10 11 to 51 52 53 to 8F 90 91 to 98 99 9A to FF Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Remark Initializing Method: 1) Before changing the data. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 14 to FF Table.) Fixed data-2: Modified data. select page: 0. If you know original values. Initializing the C. address: 01. select page: 0. 6-1-4. (Refer to “HRS METER” of “6-4. 2) Input the initial value shown in the A page table to each address.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. Modification of C. press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. D. 8 Page Data”. and set data: 01. 8 Page Table Note: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “2. Initializing the A Page Data Note1: The HRS METER data of the menu are memorized in addresses 00 to 13.

and press PAUSE button. insert a “Memory Stick” into the “Memory Stick” slot...... Check that the data is “00”... Initializing the B Page Data Note: If the B page data has been initialized... 6-13 . 3) When changing the data..... 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination.. and press PAUSE button. INITIALIZATION OF B PAGE DATA Note: When reading the B page data.. Perform “Modification of B Page Data”... or 3. Procedure 2 3 2 2 8F 8F 03 00 Set the data. and set data: 01..) Address 00 to 34 35 36. Set the data. (Refer to “1. change the data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following tables by manual input.. MEMORY 1.... 2 2 01 29 Set the data. Note: If copy the data built in the different model. Preparations: Adjustment Page Adjustment Address B 00 to FF Initializing Method Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 5 5 5 5 5 01 01 00 01 00 02 01 F3 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 8F 00 Set the data. 3.. select page: 0.. Set the data. or 4. 6-1-6.. Check that the data is “00”. Modification of B Page Data If the B page data has been initialized... and press PAUSE button. Initializing the B Page Data”.. the following adjustments need to be performed again. the camcorder may not operate. and press PAUSE button. Modification of B Page Data”. Set the data....DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-2-2...... 1) Modification of B page data 2...... and press PAUSE button.. Set the data..... Wait for three seconds. press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory.. Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data...37 38 to 3B 3C 3D 3E to 5F 60 61 to FF Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Remark Table. and press PAUSE button... Switch setting: POWER . When changing the data... B Page Table Note: Fixed data-1: Initialized data.. address: 01.... (Refer to “2..... copy the data built in the same model..) Fixed data-2: Modified data.. Processing after Completing Modification of B Page data: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 00 29 Set the data..

1) Modification of E.....DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-2-3. select page: 0. When changing the data... Modification of E...... and press PAUSE button... (Refer to “1. Check that the data changes to “01”. Perform “Modification of E. F Page Data”. MAX GAIN adj.) Note2: If the E.. F Page Data”. Fixed data-1 HALL adj........ and set data: 00...) 1... CAMERA Initializing Method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 0 6 01 01 01 Procedure Set the data.. Address Initial value NTSC PAL 00 to 0F 10 to 12 13 14 15 16 to 1B 1C 80 80 1D 1E 60 60 1F 40 60 20 00 00 21 15 15 22 00 00 23 2E 2E 24 AE AE 25 2B 2B 26 44 44 27 43 43 28 B2 B2 29 16 16 2A 00 00 2B 00 00 2C 8B 8B 2D to 33 34 88 90 35 6C 8F 36 D6 D6 37 E6 E6 38 46 46 39 45 00 3A 3F 19 3B 3F 00 3C 16 27 3D A8 A8 3E 38 38 3F 76 76 40 41 50 50 42 50 50 43 44 EB EB 45 D5 D5 46 20 20 47 20 20 48 to 49 4A 00 00 4B 00 00 4C to 52 Remark Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 27MHz origin osc.... following adjustments need to be performed again. 3 4 5 6 6 03 02 01 2.. Note: If copy the data built in the different model.. F Page Data Note1: If “Initializing the E. 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination. INITIALIZATION OF E. copy the data built in the same model. (ND filter OFF) Fixed data-1 WB ND filter 1 compensation Fixed data-1 6-14 .. If not. (Refer to “2.. Modification of E. F Page Data”...... Initializing the E. the camcorder may not operate...... F page data 2) Camera system adjustments Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Adjustment Page Adjustment Address F 10 to FF E 00 to FF Switch setting: POWER . all data of the E page and F page will be initialized.. Processing after Completing Modification of E. 2) Turn off the power and turn on again. F page data has been initialized. Fixed data-1 Color reproduction adj. and set data: 01.. and press PAUSE button. adj. F page data has been initialized. AWB standard data input Flange back adj. Initializing the E... 2D: DSR-PD170 (NTSC) 2F : DSR-PD170P/PD190P (PAL) Set the data. F Page data 1) Select page: 0. change the data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following table by manual input. Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. address: 01... change the data to the initial value. F Page Data If the E... F Page Table Note1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data... F PAGE DATA 3... Set the following data. 3) 4) When changing the data..... (It is impossible to initialize a single page. press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory.. Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data. LV standard data input Fixed data-1 Steady shot adj.) Fixed data-2: Modified data. Flange back adj... address: 01... Fixed data-1 Auto white balance adj.. F Page Data” is performed.

Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Table.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P F page Address Initial value NTSC PAL 53 54 55 56 to 5C 5D 80 80 5E to 5F 60 61 to 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 89 89 71 to 7B 7C 7D 7E to 80 81 82 83 84 to 8D 8E 8F to 9E 9F A0 to A5 A6 A7 A8 to AA AB AC to B1 B2 B3 to B9 BA BB to C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 to CA CB CC CD CE CF D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 to DF E0 E1 to EC ED Remark Fixed data-2 Address Initial value NTSC PAL EE to F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 FA to FC FD FE to FF Remark Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Zoom key center adj. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 6-15 . Fixed data-1 HALL adj. 6-1-7.

Modification of E. (ND filter 1) Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Address Initial value NTSC PAL 8E 00 00 8F 00 00 90 EB EB 91 D5 D5 92 20 20 93 20 20 94 95 96 97 to 9D 9E 9F to A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 to A7 A8 A9 AA AB AC AD AE to B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 to B9 BA BB to C3 C4 C5 to CB CC CD CE CF to D9 DA DB DC to EB EC ED to F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 FA to FD FE FF Remark WB ND filter 2 compensation Color reproduction adj. F Page Data”. Initializing the E. F Page Data” for the camera microprocessor version.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4. 6-16 . (Refer to “1. (Refer to “2.) Note2: Refer to “2. E Page Table Note1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data.) Fixed data-2: Modified data. (ND filter 2) Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Table. Address Initial value NTSC PAL 00 to 03 04 05 06 07 08 to 10 11 12 to 13 14 15 to 29 2A 10 10 2B 10 10 2C 2D 80 80 2E 80 80 2F 80 80 30 to 47 48 49 4A to 4C 4D 4E to 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 60 to 61 62 EB EB 63 D5 D5 64 20 20 65 20 20 66 to 74 75 76 to 89 8A 8B 8C 8D Remark Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Pre-white balance data input Fixed data-1 Offset adj. Modification of E. Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Fixed data-2 Fixed data-1 Color reproduction adj. F Page Data”. 6-1-8.

If deviated. 6-1-6. Subject Not required Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Pin rj of IC771 or pin qf of IC706 Frequency counter F 1C f=13500000 ± 68Hz 2. 27MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment (VC-358D board) Set the frequency of the clock for synchronization. 6-17 . Zoom Key Center Adjustment Set the A/D value center of the microprocessor to the center voltage of the zoom key. Change the data and set the frequency (f) to the specified value.even if the zoom key is the center position. check that the specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” are satisfied. address: 50 Adjustment remote commander F 5D Note: Don’t touch the zoom switch during adjustment.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-3. Read the data. the zoom lens operates of itself . Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 0 F 01 1C 01 Procedure Set the data. the synchronization will be disrupted and the color will become inconsistent. Press PAUSE button. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Before perform the camera system adjustments. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 0 6 F 0 01 50 5D 01 01 Procedure Set the data. Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Not required Display data of page: 6. and this data is named D50. If deviated. 1. Set the data. Set the data. 3 4 F 0 1C 01 D50 00 00 VC-358D board 51 50 26 25 24 13 12 1 37 48 1 IC771 75 76 100 IC706 Fig. and press PAUSE button. Set the data.

and press PAUSE button. Set the data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3. Set the data. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 D 6 E 6 E 01 11 01 0C 04 2D 01 02 05 02 1F Procedure Set the data. Change the data and adjust the DDS display data (Note 1) to “80”. and press PAUSE button. and press the PAUSE button. 2F 70 to 90 DDS display data of LCD or TV monitor (Note1) Note1: Displayed data of page 1 of the adjustment remote commander. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. 70 88 to 8C 15 to 19 4. Check that the IRIS display data (Note1) satisfies the specified value. Set the data. Set the data. Offset Adjustment Adjust so that the AGC OUT potential lies within the specified value of the digital clamp. Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F. 10 11 12 E 6 E 2E 04 2F 21 4 5 6 1 01 03 13 E 2F Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 D 11 00 Set the data. 1F. 1 : XX : XX IRIS display data Note2: Check that the data of page: 6. address: 1E. 7 8 9 E 6 E 2D 04 2E 20 Checking method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 04 03 Set the data. (Note3) Set the data. Set the data. address: 01. 2 3 4 5 6 E 0 6 6 0C 01 01 04 00 00 00 00 Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Change the data and adjust the DDS display data (Note 1) to “80”. to page: 6. 1F. 2E. 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 94 95 01 02 01 00 8A 17 6D Set the data. set data: 00. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data. (Rch offset adjustment) Press PAUSE button. 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 0 04 94 95 01 00 00 00 00 Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. address: 02 is “00”. Set the data. adjust AMP gain and offset. If not. CA 00 0000 CA 00 00XX Object data Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Set the data. (Bch offset adjustment) Press PAUSE button.2. Set the data. Set the data. Check that the data changes to “01”. Check that the IRIS display data (Note1) satisfies the specified value 1. Change the data and adjust the DDS display data (Note 1) to “80”. and press PAUSE button. Subject Not required Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value 1 Specified Value 2 Display data of page 1 (Note1) Adjustment remote commander F 1E. and press PAUSE button. (Gch offset adjustment) Press PAUSE button. 70. and press PAUSE button. Subject Not required Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value E 2D. Turn off the power and turn on again. Note 1: DDS display data of LCD or TV monitor. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. HALL Adjustment For detecting the position of the lens iris. Set the data. 6-18 . 2 3 6 1 01 01 Set the data. Set the data.

Note2: Check that the data of page: 6. If not...) Preparations: 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following figure.. Set the data.. Check that the data changes to “01”... the focus will be deviated during auto focusing/manual focusing.. (Remove the lens hood... (Note3) Set the data. the center of the Siemens star chart and center of the exposure screen coincide...) Make the height of the minipattern box and the camcorder equal.. 36 to 3D.. to page: 6..DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. In whichever case. If you touch the zoom switch..... Specified voltage: The specified voltage varies according to the minipattern box. the zoom center adjustment data will be rewritten in the value which isn’t correct... Set the data. and press the PAUSE button. 5D... Flange Back Adjustment (Using Minipattern Box) The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out automatically..... OFF (The data of page: 6. Subject Siemens star chart with ND filter for the minipattern box (Note1) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Check operation on TV monitor F 24 to 2B...... 36 to 3D. Switch setting: ND FILTER .. and press PAUSE button..01Vdc Output current : more than 3.... Below 3 cm Minipattern box Camcorder Camera table Regulated power supply Output voltage : Specified voltage ±0... address: 01.. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data..... address: 9D is “00”. Check that the output voltage of the regulated power supply is the specified voltage. so adjust the power supply output voltage to the specified voltage written on the sheet which is supplied with the minipattern box.. 6-1-7... address: 02 is “00”. set data: 00... and press PAUSE button. 6-19 . 5D Note1: Dark Siemens star chart.. Perform “Flange Back Check”.. 2 3 4 5 6 0 02 01 00 00 Set the data. Turn off the power and turn on again.. address: 24 to 2B...... Note: The attachment lenses are not used..5A Note3: Don’t touch the zoom switch. and press PAUSE button... Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 0 6 6 6 F 01 01 01 02 2A 01 13 27 Procedure Set the data. Red (+) Black (–) Yellow (SENS +) White (SENS –) Black (GND) Need not connected Fig....... Check that at both the zoom lens TELE end and WIDE end. 2) 3) 4) 5) Install the minipattern box so that the distance between it and the front of the protection glass of the camcorder is less than 3cm... (Note4) Check that the data is “00” to “07”.. Note4: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F..

). Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 6 01 00 Set the data..... the zoom center adjustment data will be rewritten in the value which isn’t correct. If you touch the zoom switch... Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F.. 6-1. Set the data. address: 02 is “00”. address: 01. 5D. Subject Subject more than 500m away (Subjects with clear contrast such as buildings....... 2 6 01 13 Set the data. the zoom center adjustment data will be rewritten in the value which isn’t correct. (Note2) Place a ND filter on the lens so that the optimum image is obtain. 36 to 3D. 5D 6-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2) Perform this adjustment after performing “Flange Back Adjustment (1)”... address: 9D is “00”.. Perform “Flange Back Check”.. and press the PAUSE button.. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 6 01 00 Set the data. address: 02 is “00”. (Note2) Set the data.) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Note1: Check that the data of page: 6. 5D Note1: Check that the data of page: 6. to page: 6. (Note3) Check that the data is “00” to “07”.. address: 24 to 2B... and press PAUSE button... Check that the data changes to “01”. etc.. 6-20 . In whichever case.. 36 to 3D. Preparations: 1) Set the zoom lens to the TELE end and expose a subject that is more than 500 m away (subject with clear contrast such as building.0 m from the front of the protection glass) (Luminance: 230 ± 30 lux) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Check operation on TV monitor F 24 to 2B... OFF (The data of page: 6..... and press the PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button. If not. Check that the data changes to “01”.. set data: 00.... 36 to 3D...... Flange Back Adjustment (Using Flange Back Adjustment Chart and Subject More Than 500m Away) The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out automatically. address: 01........... Turn off the power and turn on again..... and press PAUSE button. Perform “Flange Back Adjustment (2)” Note2: Don’t touch the zoom switch. and press PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button.) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. to page: 6. and press PAUSE button. Switch setting: ND FILTER . set data: 00... If you touch the zoom switch. (Note3) 3 4 6 6 01 02 29 Note2: Don’t touch the zoom switch.. Turn off the power and turn on again..DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6.. Flange Back Adjustment (1) Subject Flange back adjustment chart (2... If not. 5D..) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Check operation on TV monitor F 24 to 2B. Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F. address: 24 to 2B. etc.... (Nearby subjects less than 500 m away should not be in the screen.. 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 F 01 01 02 2A 13 15 Set the data. the focus will be deviated during auto focusing/manual focusing.. 36 to 3D...

6-1-10... C=D....... Flange Back Check Subject Siemens star (2. Set the data..... Picture Frame Setting Subject Color bar chart (Color bar standard picture frame) (95cm from the front of the protection glass) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Video output terminal Oscilloscope and TV monitor A=B.... Vertical period E E=F F V Fig. Set the data... Checking method: 1) Place the Siemens star 2....... Set the data........... 7) While observe the TV monitor. 2. 300 ± 50 lux) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Check operation on TV monitor Focused at the TELE end and WIDE end.. and press PAUSE button.................... move the zoom to the WIDE end and check that the lens is focused..) 2) STEADY SHOT (Menu setting) .. 4) Turn on the auto focus..... 6) Turn off the auto focus..0m from the front of the protection glass. 3) Shoot the Siemens star with the zoom TELE end. Adjust the camera direction......... Fig.. E=F Check on the oscilloscope 1. 6-1-8. Check on the monitor TV (Underscanned mode) 9 6 01 00 Set the data.. and press the PAUSE button.... and set to the specified position... 6-1-9.... and adjust the picture frame to this position in following adjustments using “Color bar standard frame”...0m from the front of the protection glass) (Luminance : approx. 2) To open the IRIS. decrease the luminous intensity to the Siemens star up to a point before noise appear on the image....... Color bar chart picture frame TV monitor picture frame Fig. OFF (The data of page: 6.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 7.. Set the data..... 8. Mark the position of the picture frame on the monitor display... OFF Setting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 2C 90 91 92 93 01 01 28 02 6E 49 79 Procedure Set the data.. address: 9D is “00”..... 5) Check that the lens is focused... Horizontal period A=B B A C=D C D Switch setting: 1) ND FILTER . Set the data... 6-21 .....

.... to page: 6.... Set the data......... and press PAUSE button. 2 3 6 0 02 01 00 00 Set the data. this adjustment can be done only once....... (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”.. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data. Set the data..) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.. Switch setting: ND FILTER . 2 3 4 6 6 6 01 01 02 11 0B Set the data. Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Adjustment Page Adjustment Address F 20 to 23 Note1: After the power is turned on.. OFF (The data of page: 6.... and press PAUSE button... and press PAUSE button. Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Adjustment Page Adjustment Address E 2A....... Auto White Balance Standard Data Input At 3200K... 4 5 0 01 00 6-22 .. and press PAUSE button..... If not. Perform “Auto White Balance Standard Data Input”. address: 02 is “00”..... 2B 10. Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F...... Switch setting: ND FILTER ... and press PAUSE button.... Set the data... 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 F F F F F 02 20 21 22 23 16 00 00 15 00 2E Set the data. address: 2A and 2B...... Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: E. and press PAUSE button. Note2: NTSC : DSR-PD170 PAL : DSR-PD170P/PD190P Note1: After the power is turned on........ address: 9D is “00”... 8 9 10 6 6 6 01 01 02 7F 7D Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data... Set the data. Set the data.. Set the following data. 83 (PAL) Set the data.... Set the data. 33 (NTSC). set data: 00.. input the pre white balance standard data.. this adjustment can be done only once. and press PAUSE button......... address: 01.. and press PAUSE button...) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. and press PAUSE button... 2 3 6 F 02 16 00 Set the data. and press the PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button..... Set the following data.. B3 (PAL) Set the data. OFF (The data of page: 6. and press PAUSE button.... input the white balance standard data.. and press PAUSE button.......... Pre White Balance Data Input At 3200k... Set the data.......DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 9. address: 20 to 23.... Note2: Check that the data of page: 6. 03 (NTSC)... (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”........ address: 9D is “00”......

...... 6-23 . repeat from step 2.... address: 2C..... Set the data. 2 3 4 5 6 6 F 0 02 04 15 01 00 00 44 00 Set the data..... If it is not consistent........ Set the data... Set the data. OFF (The data of page: 6. Set the data. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data....... If not..... 1 : XX : XX LV data Switch setting: ND FILTER . Set the data... address: 3E and 3F...... turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. Wait for 5 seconds......... the image level required for taking subjects in low illuminance will not be produced (dark)......... 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 02 96 97 01 02 00 00 5C 6F Set the data....... Set the data.. Set the data.. and press PAUSE button. Note1: Check that the data of page: 6.... MAX GAIN Adjustment Setting the minimum illumination..... If not. (Note) Check that the data changes to “01”.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 11..... address: 9D is “00”.. and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button.. Check that the LV data (Note2) satisfies the specified value..... Set the data.... Set the data.... Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Adjustment Page Adjustment Address F 2C 12. Set the data.... address: 02 is “00”..... and press PAUSE button...........) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Display data of page 1 (Note2) Adjustment remote commander F 3E..) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 F 01 15 01 40 Procedure Set the data. Set the data.. (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”.............. LV Standard Data Input Adjust the normal coefficient of the light value. 6 6 6 1 01 02 04 0D Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 96 00 Set the data. Set the data. 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 0 97 01 02 01 00 00 00 00 Set the data. and press PAUSE button... OFF (The data of page: 6. address: 9D is “00”.... Note2: Displayed data of page 1 of the adjustment remote commander... 1E Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F. and press PAUSE button.. Note: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F..... 3F 0FE0 to 1020 Switch setting: ND FILTER ....

... 2 3 4 6 6 6 01 01 02 CF CD Set the data.... set data: 00.... Switch setting: ND FILTER ... 2 3 4 6 0 02 01 00 00 Set the data..... Note2: Check that the data of page: 6. Set the data........ If not........ Switch setting: ND FILTER ..) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.....) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.. Note2: Check that the data of page: 6..... Set the data... 2 3 6 0 02 01 00 00 Set the data... Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F........... White Balance ND Filter 2 Compensation Compensate the white balance deviation when ND FILTER switch is “2”..... address: 02 is “00”............ Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Adjustment Page Adjustment Address E 8E.. and press PAUSE button..... 2 (The data of page: 6..... and press PAUSE button.. address: 8E and 8F. this adjustment can be done only once.. and press PAUSE button. and press the PAUSE button. address: 01..... Set the data...... (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”.. 6-24 .. 8F Note1: After the power is turned on. 2 3 4 6 6 6 01 01 02 11 09 Set the data.. this adjustment can be done only once.......... address: 9D is “01”... If not..... address: 4A and 4B... 4B 14.... Set the data... 1 (The data of page: 6..... Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data...... address: 01. to page: 6... White Balance ND Filter 1 Compensation Compensate the white balance deviation when ND FILTER switch is “1”. address: 02 is “00”. set data: 00.. Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Adjustment Page Adjustment Address F 4A.... and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button. address: 9D is “02”. Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: E... Note1: After the power is turned on. (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”..... to page: 6.... and press PAUSE button.... Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 6 01 00 Set the data.....DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 13.. and press the PAUSE button... Set ND FILTER switch to “OFF”.

... adjust the color difference matrix coefficient so that proper color reproduction is produced. 35 16..) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 Note1: After the power is turned on. Set the data... Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter OFF) When the ND FILTER switch is “OFF”....... and press PAUSE button. Set the data. OFF (The data of page: 6... auto white balance and color reproducibility will be poor... Note2: Check that the data of page: 6.. and press PAUSE button. Set the data.... address: 44 to 47. Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Filter Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Filter C14 for color temperature correction F 34.. Set the data. and press the PAUSE button... 6-1-11) 2 3 4 5 6 0 6 6 6 6 01 02 01 01 02 01 00 83 81 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 F F F F F 6 6 6 01 5E 44 45 46 47 01 01 02 01 2D 00 00 20 20 AB A9 Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F....... address: 02 is “00”.. Switch setting: ND FILTER .. Set the data..... (Fig. Set the data.. (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”. to page: 6... If it is not correct.. and press PAUSE button. Procedure Check that the picture frame is set to the specified position... and press PAUSE button.. 6-1-11) Note1: After the power is turned on.... and press PAUSE button.... Set the data... (Fig.. and press PAUSE button. and press the PAUSE button.. and adjust the burst luminance point to the burst position of the color reproduction frame. Adjust the GAIN and PHASE of the vectorscope.. and press PAUSE button.. Set the data.. address: 9D is “00”. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 NTSC Burst position 6 6 F 0 01 02 5E 01 00 00 1D 00 Set the data... 45.. 3 Fig.. address: 01..... address: 9D is “00”...... this adjustment can be done only once.. and press PAUSE button.... (Fig. Auto White Balance Adjustment Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data....... PAL Burst position 12 Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F.. Set the data....... Set the data. 46... and press PAUSE button.) Set the data..... set data: 00........DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 15. 3 6-25 .) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 Procedure Place the C14 filter for color temperature correction on the lens....... (Refer to “8.. and press PAUSE button. address: 02 is “00”. If not.. Set the data. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 6 6 0 01 02 01 00 00 00 Set the data. 47 All color luminance points should settle within each color reproduction frame... Subject Color bar chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Video output terminal Vectorscope F 44. Set the data.... OFF (The data of page: 6. address: 34 and 35.. this adjustment can be done only once..... Note2: Check that the data of page: 6.... Picture Frame Setting”..... and press PAUSE button. 6-1-11) Check that all color luminance points settle within each color reproduction frame..... 6-1-11. to page: 6. Set the data. Set the data. set data: 00. Switch setting: ND FILTER .. If not.. Set the data.. address: 01. and press PAUSE button. Set the data.. (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”........

.... and press PAUSE button. Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: E... 91. Set the data.. Subject Color bar chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Video output terminal Vectorscope E 90... (Fig. address: 02 is “00”.. and press PAUSE button.... set data: 00. Set the data..... set data: 00.......... and press PAUSE button.. to page: 6.. 2 (The data of page: 6. address: 02 is “00”....) Set the data. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter 2) When the ND FILTER switch is “2”. (Fig... (Fig. this adjustment can be done only once. 65 All color luminance points should settle within each color reproduction frame..) Check that all color luminance points settle within each color reproduction frame.... Set the data. (Fig..... (Fig. 6-1-11. adjust the color difference matrix coefficient so that proper color reproduction is produced.. this adjustment can be done only once.. and press PAUSE button. and adjust the burst luminance point to the burst position of the color reproduction frame. Note1: After the power is turned on.) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 Procedure Check that the picture frame is set to the specified position. Set the data. address: 62 to 65.. address: 01... address: 9D is “01”. and press PAUSE button. and adjust the burst luminance point to the burst position of the color reproduction frame....... (Refer to “8. 6-1-11. 6-1-11. Switch setting: 1) ND FILTER . Subject Color bar chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Video output terminal Vectorscope E 62.. Set the data... Adjust the GAIN and PHASE of the vectorscope....... and press PAUSE button. Note2: Check that the data of page: 6. Set ND FILTER switch to “OFF”. and press PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button.. Set the data...... Set the data..) Note1: After the power is turned on.) Set the data. address: 90 to 93.. Set the data.) Procedure Check that the picture frame is set to the specified position.... Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 F 0 01 02 5E 01 00 00 1D 00 Set the data.. 1 (The data of page: 6. 64... Adjust the GAIN and PHASE of the vectorscope.. and press PAUSE button...... and press the PAUSE button. Picture Frame Setting”.... and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. If not.. 6-1-11. and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button. address: 01. (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”... and press PAUSE button. 63.. to page: 6.. Set the data.) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 Switch setting: 1) ND FILTER . Set the data. and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button. Picture Frame Setting”. 92... Set the data...DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 17... (Note3) Check that the data changes to “01”.. 6-1-11. Set the data... (Fig. Set the data.... 6-1-11.. If not... Set the data....) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 F E E E E 6 6 6 01 5E 62 63 64 65 01 01 02 01 2D 00 00 20 20 C3 C1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 F E E E E 6 6 6 01 5E 90 91 92 93 01 01 02 01 2D 00 00 20 20 CB C9 12 12 Note3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: E........... Set the data. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 4 6 6 F 0 01 02 5E 01 00 00 1D 00 Set the data.. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Note2: Check that the data of page: 6..) Check that all color luminance points settle within each color reproduction frame..... 6-26 ........ and press the PAUSE button..) 18... address: 9D is “02”..... adjust the color difference matrix coefficient so that proper color reproduction is produced... Set the data.. 93 All color luminance points should settle within each color reproduction frame... Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND Filter 1) When the ND FILTER switch is “1”... (Refer to “8. Set the data.. and press PAUSE button.

.0 and 0. 6-1-12.... Set the data. Check that the display data (Note) satisfies the specified value.... address: 9D is “00”.. OFF (The data of page: 6. Set the data. Specified value: 1 : XX : XX Odd number Set the data.. A...... and press PAUSE button... 6-1-12. Set the data..DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 19.. Check that the second digit of the display data (Note) is an odd number. (B) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 6 01 0F 0 F F 1 01 10 11 01 A1 04 15 16 6 1 04 C6 Note: Displayed data of the adjustment remote commander.3 (2 sheets) Video output terminal Vectorscope Fig......... and press PAUSE button. Check that the center of the white luminance point is within the circle shown Fig.. Remove the C14 filter. White Balance Check Subject Clear chart (Color bar standard picture frame) Filter Filter C14 for color temperature correction ND filter 1. Wait for 2 seconds..3) on the lens.. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. 1 : XX : XX Display data 6-27 ... A to B Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 F F 0 01 04 10 11 01 00 00 00 00 00 Set the data.. and press PAUSE button.. Outdoor white balance check 6 01 3F Place the C14 filter on the lens.3+0.... 6-1-12. Set the data.... Set the data. Check that the center of the white luminance point is within the circle shown Fig. and press PAUSE button. Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Switch setting: ND FILTER ....... and press PAUSE button... Set the data. Specified value: 0000 to 0C50 R-Y 4mm B-Y 4mm Fig..6 (1......0mm 4 5 6 1.. 6-1-12..) Checking method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 6 01 0F Procedure Indoor white balance check Check that the lens is not covered with either filter. Set the data.. Set the data...... and press PAUSE button. B.. Indoor white balance data check Place the ND filter 1.0mm 6mm B-Y 6mm Fig...... Set the data... and press PAUSE button.0+0. 6-1-12. (A) R-Y 1.

........... note down also to which board it was attached to.. Although this adjustment need not be performed when the circuit is damaged...............DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 20........ Precautions on Angular Velocity Sensor The sensor incorporates a precision oscillator.. ON DIGITAL ZOOM (Menu) ...... At this time........ the image will vibrate up and down or left and right during hand-shake correction operations..... Type A: ENC03LA Type B: ENC03LB Replace the broken sensor with a same type sensor.. check the operations... readjust according to the adjusting method after replacement. Switch setting: STEADY SHOT (Menu) ... OFF 6-28 .... the balance of the oscillator will be disrupted and operations will not be performed properly..... Handle it with care as if it dropped... • Note down the sensitivity displayed on the angular velocity sensor of the repair parts........... If replace with other type parts... Precautions on the Parts Replacement There are two types of repair parts.. the screen will vibrate up and down or left and right during hand-shake correction operations......... Be sure to check because if attached incorrectly. After replacing. Steady Shot Adjustment • This adjustment is performed only when replacing the angular velocity sensor............. etc..

address: 01.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 20-1. 5) Measure the vertical position SV1 (msec) of the falling edge of the waveform. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. set data: 8A. (Oscilloscope is V period) 8) Obtain D41’ using the following equation (decimal calculation). address: EA. 6-1-13.5m from the front of the lens) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Video output terminal Oscilloscope (V period) F 41 V Pattern A White Black White A4 size (297mm × 210mm) Fig.84 0. Service Mode”. and press the PAUSE button. 7) Measure the vertical position SV2 (msec) of the falling edge of the waveform. and set data: 01. SV1–SV2 SV1 (msec) SV2 (msec) Fig. 9) Convert D41’ to hexadecimal notation. set data: 80. and press the PAUSE button. 6-1-14. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. NTSC model 1. 4) Adjust the focus.6 D41’ = × × 99 SV1 – SV2 PITCH sensor sensitivity Note: PITCH sensor sensitivity (SE601 of SE-147 board) is written only on the repair parts. (Round off to one decimal place) (Refer to Table 6-4-1. address: 01. 2) Select page: F. address: EA. Falling edge of waveform when data is “8A” Falling edge of waveform when data is “76” Adjusting method: 1) Select page: 0. address: 41. ) 10) Select page: F. 3) Expose pattern A with the zoom TELE end. set data: D41. set data: 76. 3) Check that the steady shot operation is performed normally. and obtain D41. (Oscilloscope is V period) 6) Select page: F.6 D41’ = × × 99 SV1 – SV2 PITCH sensor sensitivity PAL model 1.53 0. Processing after Completing Adjustments 1) Select page: F. 2) Select page: 0. 6-29 . and set data: 00. “Hexadecimal notation-Decimal notation conversion table” of “6-4. Steady Shot Adjustment (1) Subject Pattern A (1. address: EA.

and set data: 01. 6-1-16. 6-1-15.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 20-2. “Hexadecimal notation-Decimal notation conversion table” of “6-4. set data: 80. SH1 (µsec) SH2 (µsec) Fig. set data: 76. 9) Convert D42’ to hexadecimal notation. 6-30 . 7) Measure the horizontal position SH2 (µ sec) of the falling edge of the waveform. address: 01. and set data: 00. 2) Select page: F. 3) Expose pattern B with the zoom TELE end. ) 10) Select page: F. Steady Shot Adjustment (2) Subject Pattern B (1. (Oscilloscope is H period) 8) Obtain D42’ using the following equation (decimal calculation). address: 42. (Oscilloscope is H period) 6) Select page: F. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. Adjusting method: 1) Select page: 0.6 D42’ = × × 99 SH1 – SH2 YAW sensor sensitivity Note: YAW sensor sensitivity (SE600 of SE-147 board) is written only on the repair parts. 4) Adjust the focus. Service Mode”.5m from the front of the lens) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Video output terminal Oscilloscope (H period) F 42 H Black Pattern B White White Falling edge of waveform when data is “8A” Falling edge of waveform when data is “76” SH1–SH2 A4 size (297mm × 210mm) Fig. and obtain D42. Processing after Completing Adjustments 1) Select page: F. address: EB. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander.90 0. address: EB. set data: 8A. set data: D42. 2) Select page: 0. 3. 5) Measure the horizontal position SH1 (µ sec) of the falling edge of the waveform. (Round off to one decimal place) (Refer to Table 6-4-1. and press the PAUSE button. address: 01. and press the PAUSE button. 3) Check that the steady shot operation is performed normally. address: EB.

. LCD screen .. The following table shows the Pin No. Press PAUSE button. address: 0E. OFF (Closed) Note3: As the PANEL CLOSE switch is attached to the cabinet (R). and set data: 00. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Signal Name H START XHD/PSIG EVF VB EVF VR EVF VCO GND EVF BL – EVF VG LANC SIG EVF BL + Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. 2) Select page: 2... (Note2) Calculate D93’ using following equations (Decimal calculation) NTSC model: When D92’ 234 D93’ = D92’ + 21 When D92’ > 234 D93’ = 255 PAL model: When D92’ 21 D93’ = D92’ – 21 When D92’ < 21 D93’ = 00 Convert D93’ to a hexadecimal number.. 3 4 5 6 D D 92 92 Table 6-1-7. Pin No... Set the data. 1) Select page: 2. address: 0F. Note2: Set the switch as follow. If deviated.. 2 D 92 Change the data and set the VCO frequency (f) to the specified value. Reset the data after completing adjustment.. this cabinet must be attached when performing adjustments. ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT Note1: When replacing the LCD unit. CN007 20 7 8 D 0 93 01 D93 00 1 9 Note2: Refer to “Table 6-4-1.... and obtain D93.. 6-1-17. 93 f = 15734 ± 30Hz (NTSC) f = 15625 ± 30Hz (PAL) Note1: NTSC : DSR-PD170 PAL : DSR-PD170P/PD190P [Adjusting connector] Most of the measuring points for adjusting the viewfinder system are concentrated in CN007 of the VC-358D board... Mode Camera Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Arbitrary Pin qg of CN007 (EVF VCO) Frequency counter D 92... set the following data.. (Note2) Set the data.... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal Name GND RF MON SWP RF IN/LANC JACK IN TDO GND TCK TDI PANEL COM TMS Pin No... 1) Select page: 2. address: 0E... and press PAUSE button.. and set data: 01.... Connect the Measuring Instruments via the CPC-13 jig (J-6082433-A)....... and set data: 00... and set data: 67. and signal name of CN007... 1.. Hexadecimal-decimal Conversion Table”... address: 0F. Read the data.... and this data is named D92.. If you perform the adjustments with cabinet (R) removed.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-4. and obtain D92’. 2) Select page: 2..... the EVF screen will be blurred.. Remove the CPC cover Fig.... Convert D92 to decimal notation.... 6-31 ... VCO Adjustment (VC-358D board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. be careful to prevent damages caused by static electricity.

40 ± 0. Bright Adjustment (2) (VC-358D board) Set the D range of the RGB decoder used to drive the LCD to the specified value. 00 Set the data.05V Arbitrary Pin qk of CN007 (EVF VG) Oscilloscope D 95 A = 7. Mode Camera Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. If deviated.40 ± 0. Pedestal 3. 2 D 95 Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the reversed waveform pedestal and nonreversed waveform pedestal to the specified value. Mode Camera Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. 98 A = 7. Press PAUSE button. the LCD screen will become blackish or saturated (whitish). 2H Pedestal Fig.05V 3 4 D 0 95 01 4 5 6 D 97 D 98 7 8 A D 0 98 01 Pedestal 2H Pedestal A Fig. Arbitrary Pin qf of CN007 (EVF VR) Pin qd of CN007 (EVF VB) Oscilloscope D 97. 00 Press PAUSE button. Set the data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2. 6-32 . Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the reversed waveform pedestal and nonreversed waveform pedestal to the specified value. Connect the oscilloscope to Pin qd of CN007 (EVF VB). 6-1-18. 6-1-19. Press PAUSE button. Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the reversed waveform pedestal and nonreversed waveform pedestal to the specified value. Bright Adjustment (1) (VC-358D board) Set the D range of the RGB decoder used to drive the LCD to the specified value. 2 3 D 97 Connect the oscilloscope to Pin qf of CN007 (EVF VR).

35 ± 0. 6-1-20. the screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). (The data should be “00” to “7F”. 00 Set the data. Arbitrary Pin qk of CN007 (EVF VG) Oscilloscope D 99 A=2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4. Contrast Adjustment (VC-358D board) Set the level of the VIDEO signal for driving the LCD to the specified value. Mode Camera Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.) Press PAUSE button. 6-33 . If deviated.05V 3 4 D 0 99 01 3 steps peak A 2H Pedestal Fig. 2 D 99 Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the 3 steps peak and pedestal to the specified value.

and obtain DA2’. CN2105 5 1 3 4 5 D D A2 A2 PD-217 board 6 Fig. (Note2) Set the data. Hexadecimal-decimal Conversion Table”. and signal name of CN2105. Table 6-1-9. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value No signal Pin 5 of CN2105 (HSY) Frequency counter D A2. 7 8 9 D 0 A3 01 DA3 00 Note2: Refer to “Table 6-4-1. Press PAUSE button. 6-34 . (Note2) Calculate DA3’ using following equations (Decimal calculation) NTSC model: When DA2’ 234 DA3’ = DA2’ + 21 When DA2’ > 234 DA3’ = 255 PAL model: When DA2’ 21 DA3’ = DA2’ – 21 When DA2’ < 21 DA3’ = 00 Convert DA3’ to a hexadecimal number. be careful to prevent damages caused by static electricity. Read the data. and this data is named DA2. Therefore.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-5. the LCD screen will be blurred. Convert DA2 to decimal notation. 1. The following table shows the Pin No. If deviated. 2 D A2 Change the data and set the VCO frequency (f) to the specified value. Set the data. 6-1-21. and obtain DA3. Note 2: When replacing the LCD unit. Pin No. and press PAUSE button. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT Note 1: The back light (fluorescent tube) is driven by a high voltage AC power supply. A3 f = 15734 ± 30Hz (NTSC) f = 15625 ± 30Hz (PAL) [Adjusting connector] Most of the measuring points for adjusting the LCD system are concentrated in CN2105 of the PD-217 board. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal Name VG COM GND PSIG HSY Note1: NTSC : DSR-PD170 PAL : DSR-PD170P/PD190P Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. VCO Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. do not touch the back light holder to avoid electrical shock.

6-1-23. 6-1-22. 6-35 . 00 Set the data. 2 D A5 Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the reversed waveform pedestal and nonreversed waveform pedestal to the specified value. Set the data. (The data should be “00” to “0F”. Bright Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the D range of the RGB decoder used to drive the LCD to the specified value. 00 00 00 Set the data. 5B: DSR-PD170 (NTSC) 53: DSR-PD170P/PD190P (PAL) Change the data and set the PSIG signal amplitude (A) to the specified value. Set the data.05V 3 4 D 0 A5 01 4 D A6 Pedestal 5 6 7 8 D 2 2 0 A6 0E 0F 01 A A V 2H Pedestal Fig.60 ± 0. Fig.05V 3. If deviated. No signal Pin 1 of CN2105 (VG) Oscilloscope D A5 A = 6. If deviated.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2.) Press PAUSE button. the LCD screen will become blackish or saturated (whitish). Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.80 ± 0. 2 3 2 2 0E 0F 61 Set the data. No signal Pin 4 of CN2105 (PSIG) Oscilloscope D A6 A = 7. Press PAUSE button. the LCD screen will become blackish or saturated (whitish). Set the following data. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Black Limit Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the dynamic range of the LCD driver to an appropriate level.

No signal Pin 1 of CN2105 (VG) Oscilloscope D AA A = 2.05V 3 4 D 0 A7 01 3 4 5 D 0 AA 01 A 2H Fig. 2 D AA Change the data and set the voltage (A) between the 3 steps peak and pedestal to the specified value. 00 Set the data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4. Press PAUSE button. 00 Set the data. 6-1-24. (The data should be “00” to “7F”. 6-1-25. 2 D A7 Change the data and set the PSIG signal level (A) to the specified value. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Check that the specified value of “Bright Adjustment” is satisfied.05V 5. PSIG GRAY Adjustment (PD-217 Board) Set the PSIG signal level to an appropriate level.70 ± 0. 6-36 . Contrast Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the level of the VIDEO signal for driving the LCD to the specified value. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.) Press PAUSE button. the screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). 3 steps peak A 2H Pedestal Fig. No signal Pin 4 of CN2105 (PSIG) Oscilloscope D A7 A = 5.00 ± 0. If deviated.

Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value VTR stop No signal Check on LCD display D A4 The brightness difference between the section A and section B is minimum.) Press PAUSE button. No signal Pin 1 of CN2105 (VG) Digital voltmeter D AB A = 7.00 ± 0. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 0 D D D 01 B0 B0 A4 01 CA Procedure Set the data. Note: Perform “Bright Adjustment”. “Black Limit Adjustment”. (The data should be “00” to “7F”. Change the data and set the DC voltage (A) to the specified value. Center Level Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the video signal center level of LCD panel to an appropriate level. 6-37 . and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Press PAUSE button. Set the data. 00 00 00 Set the data. B A A B B A A B Fig. 5 6 7 8 D 3 3 0 AB 0C 22 01 5 6 7 8 9 D D D D 0 A4 A4 B0 B0 01 00 Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Subtract 1 from the data. and press PAUSE button. V-COM Adjustment (PD-217 board) Set the DC bias of the common electrode drive signal of LCD to the specified value. Write the data that was written down in the step 2.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6. 2 3 4 3 3 D 0C 22 AB 20 08 Set the data. Write down the data. Press PAUSE button. the LCD display will move. 6-1-26. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. producing flicker and conspicuous vertical lines. “Contrast Adjustment” and “Center Level Adjustment” before this adjustment.05Vdc 7. and press PAUSE button. If deviated. Change the data so that the brightness of the section A and that of the section B is equal. Set the data.

If deviated. Light induction plate 3. LCD panel 2. proceed to step 10. If the LCD screen is colored. Change the data so that the LCD screen is not colored. IC2101 Note2: Use the AC power adaptor. 5 6 7 8 9 10 D D D D D 0 A8 A8 A9 A9 A9 01 00 6-38 . 1. Press PAUSE button. 2 3 4 D D D A8 A9 A9 85 75 Set the data. Note1: Check the white balance only when replacing the following parts.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 8. adjust them. the reproduction of the LCD screen may degenerate. A9 The LCD screen should not be colored. repeat steps 5 to 9. White Balance Adjustment (PD-217 board) Correct the white balance. Change the data so that the LCD screen is not colored. If necessary. Check that the LCD screen is not colored. If not colored. Set the data. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Mode VTR stop Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value No signal Check on LCD screen D A8. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Press PAUSE button.

(Power supply) 6-39 . MD name Code A 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 B 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 C 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 D 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EJECT ULE SR HL LE STOP RP REW C mechanism 2-1-3. Mode Selector II (A-6082-282-A) Connection Alligator clip FP-594 flexible board C mechanism Mode selector II Connector (White) 6P Relay boards Mode selector conversion board (C) Connector (Black) 6P Battery of NP-55. All the conditions of the decks are checked through a series of operations. 3. Auto test A mode that checks if the mechanism operates normally according to the condition shift table recorded in the unit for each mechanism deck. and press the RVS and FF button to specify the mechanism state (position). 77. It enables the operator to control the motor as desired. Outline This unit is a mechanism drive tool which supplements the maintenance of each mechanism deck. It enables the movements made by the motor in each operation to be controlled while being checked. 2-1-2. select one of the two test modes other than the auto test. Manual test A mode which drives the motor only while the switch is ON. PARTS REPLACEMENT AND PREPARATION FOR ADJUSTMENT • About Mode Selector II 2-1-1. An error message is displayed if incorrect shifts and conditions are detected and operations are stopped. Mechanism Condition (Position) Shifting Order List After selecting the mechanism deck.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6-2. etc. Its functions are described below. MECHANICAL SECTION ADJUSTMENT 2-1. Step test A mode which drives the motor until the current condition detected by the sensor changes to another condition. 1. 2.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-1-4. The Mechanical Adjustment Requires the Following Tools 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) Cleaning fluid (Y-2031-001-0) Wiping cloth (7-741-900-53) Super fine applicator (Made by NIPPON APPLICATOR (P752D)) Mirror (Small oval type) (J-6082-840-A) Screwdriver for tape path (J-6082-026-A) Torque driver (J-9049-330-A) TG1 adjustment jig (FWD position adjustment) (J-6082-240-A) Mode selector conversion board (C) (J-6082-417-A) Tracking tape (XH2-1A1) (NTSC/PAL) (8-967-999-03) Mini DV torque cassette (J-6082-360-A) Mode selector (J-6082-282-A) Mode selector ROM (Corresponds to C mechanism) (J-6082-314-D) Bending stick (J-6082-419-A) 6-40 .

PARTS REPLACEMENT Precautions For details on removing the cabinet and board.1.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance. and perform the procedure given. 2-2-1.0686 N•m (0.0588 N•m (0. Tape fall stopper Note: There should be no scratches or dirt on the HC roller. and C. refer to “2. Tape fall stopper Spread outwards. Tape Fall Stopper. 0.1 kg. Details diagram on attachment of tape fall stopper The left and right attaching parts are fixed to the chassis. DISASSEMBLY”. 4 Positioning pins Blast screw (Do not rotate) Details diagram on attachment of drum assembly (Positioning pins) Pin at rear side Long hole Pin at side of reel table 1 Hole Drum assembly tightening torque 0.) Drum assembly 2 Do not touch the running face of the tape ( ). HC arm Spread outwards.0098 N. refer to the respective flowcharts.3. Remove the “2-2-1.7 kg•cm) Note: Do not touch the running face of the drum assembly.3. Drum Assembly and Drum Base Block Assembly When attaching the tape fall stopper make sure that the HC arm ( ) is outside the HC driving arm (capstan motor side). Blast screw (Do not rotate) B Screw 3 3C Screw Drum base block assembly 3 Drum base block assembly tightening torque 0. A Screw After attaching all the parts. Note: Tighten the screws in the order of A. and perform the adjustments from Starting adjustments-2.cm) 2-2. Chassis Details diagram on removal and attachment of HC arm and HC roller HC roller Claw HC arm Rotate slightly and release the lock. and hold the top and bottom boards. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 4. Holding the drum assembly Insert your second finger between the two flexible boards. HC Roller and HC Arm Removing method: Spread out the left and right attaching parts and remove them upwards.2. refer to the flowchart on page 6-51.6 kg•cm) C Screw B Screw A Screw 6-41 .2. Attaching method: Refer to the Details diagram.4.m (0. B. For details on the replacement of mechanism parts (removal or attaching). Tape Fall Stopper” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. HC driving arm 2-2-2.

Cassette Compartment Assembly and Extension Spring Remove the “2-2-1.) Attach the claw. Push down the cassette compartment assembly in the direction of arrow 2. Attach the two extension springs.4.5. 2. 4. 3 4. Note: Be careful not to deform the cassette compartment. (The part should be visible from the chassis side. 1. (The damper arm should also be fixed to the same shaft. Move the lock plate in the arrow direction. While shorting-down the cassette compartment assembly. Cassette compartment arm (S2) Extension spring Details diagram on removal of cassette compartment assembly 1 Lock plate 3 Short down the cassette compartment assembly. Take note of the position at which the shaft is fixed. Damper Assembly. and remove the left and right shafts. move the arms (T2) and (S2) inside.3. 2. Move up the cassette compartment assembly. 2 Move up. Insert the left and right shafts of the cassette compartment arms (S1) and (T1) into the chassis. Insert the left and right shafts of the cassette compartment arms (S2) and (T2) into the chassis.) 1 3 Damper arm Take note of the position at which the shaft is fixed. 3. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 1. Cassette compartment arm (T2) 5 4 5 Cassette compartment arm (T2) Cassette compartment assembly 2 Damper assembly 1 3 Shaft 3 2 Cassette compartment arm (S1) Cassette compartment arm (T1) Two hooks Remove the claw. hook rear hook first. Damper assembly 4 4 Hook the hook.3.2. 1.4.2. Details diagram on attachment of damper assembly Note: To attach. Hooking direction of the extension spring. Damper assembly Two hooks Shafts Claw Damper arm Cassette compartment arm (T2) Cassette compartment arm (T2) (S2 opposite side.) 6-42 .) 2 Cassette compartment arm (T1) (S1 opposite side. Tape Fall Stopper” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. 5. Move forward until the part disconnects. 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2-3. Attach the damper assembly.

Attaching method: Attach in the order of 2. Use only new washers.1.) 1 4 2 Reel table (T) assembly The gear is engaged with the reel table. Remove towards the front upwards. Do not reuse washers that have been removed once.2. Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear Remove the “2-2-1.0686 N•m (0.1. Tape Fall Stopper” and “2-2-3.6.) 6-43 . and does not disconnect. Reel table (S) assembly (Take note of how it should be removed. and perform the adjustments from Starting adjustments-1. and does not disconnect.cm) 2-2-4.1 Be careful not to scratch the Flexible board. Apply the grease (1. Cassette Base Block Assembly. Claw Fig.3.4.1 kg. After attaching all the parts. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. 2-2-5.5 mm dia. Disconnects.7 kg•cm) Claw Fig.4.5.2.) Do not touch the external circumference gear of the reel table. 4. 3. 4 1 LED (Refer to figure-1) Screw 3 2 Details diagram on removal and attachment of LED Removing : .3. Attaching : K 3 Screw 3 Screw Cassette base block assembly State check (Refer to figure-2) Refer to 2-2-12.2 Brake (S) Does not disconnect. Tape Fall Stopper” and “2-2-3.3. refer to the flowchart on page 6-51. When attaching the reel table.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance. Disconnects. avoid the TG1 adjusting plate assembly.m (0. Cassette base block assembly tightening torque 0. 5 Gooseneck gear assembly 6 Relay gear Details diagram on State Checking of Brake (S) The gear is engaged with the reel table. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly Remove the “2-2-1. 0.5. for details on how to replace assemblies such as the brake S.0098 N. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1.2. Pull the part with an object with a pointed end to disengage. Pull the part with an object with a pointed end to disengage.4. (Be careful not to scratch the tension regulator pad. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 6. 3 Stopper washer Stopper washer Details diagram on removal of reel table (S) assembly Does not disconnect.

temporarily tighten the spring. Tape Fall Stopper” “2-2-3.4. Tape Fall Stopper” “2-2-3.) Reel shaft (S) Rotary encoder GL driving gear Pinch press arm 6-44 . Reel base Reel base A Reel shaft (S) 1 1 2 Reel shaft (T) Attaching method: Attach in the order of 4. Pinch slider assembly Rotary encoder GL driving gear 3mm dia.m (0. Cam gear 3 4 Apply the grease (1.(1. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly” “2-2-5. Pinch Slider Assembly and Cam Gear Remove the “2-2-1. TG1 Arm Assembly.1 kg. and parts to be greased. To attach.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance. After attaching all the parts. Tension Coil Spring (TG1).2. Apply the grease (1. Brake Slider Assembly. TG7 Retainer Spring and TG7 Arm Block Assembly Be careful not to touch the tape guide ( part).5mm dia. Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear” and “2-2-6. TG1 arm assembly Do no scratch the tension regulator pad. refer to the flowchart on page 6-51. and perform the adjustments from Starting adjustments-1.5mm dia.3 kg•cm) Refer to detailed diagram. When removing When attaching TG7 arm Details diagram on removal and attachment of TG7 arm block assembly TG1 frange TG3 frange Remove the tension of the spring attached to the TG7 arm.) Cam gear Reel shaft (T) Grease the parts. Details diagram on attachment of TG1 arm assembly Attach so that the TG1 flange is almost parallel to the TG3 flange. Cassette Base Block Assembly. temporarily attach the spring to the pinch arm from the chassis hole using a pair of tweezers. assembly Details diagram on removal and attachment of reel base Removing method: Move upwards in the direction of arrow A.2. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” and “2-2-5. TG1 adjustment plate assembly Pinch slider TG1 spring hook Pinch arm Tension coil spring (TG1) Screw TG7 retainer spring TG7 arm block assembly Remove the “2-2-1. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” “2-2-4. (Be sure to adjust the position and phase.3.) TG7 retainer spring tightening torque 0.2. TG1 Arm Assembly and TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly” Brake slider Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. and release it.) 2 Conversion pulley shaft 1 Detailed diagram on the adjusting the phase of each gear.1. Cassette Base Block Assembly” Removing method: Remove the desired parts as shown in the figure.3. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 1.0098 N. Pinch arm 2-2-7.5mm dia.cm) 2-2-6. Attaching method: Refer to the detailed diagrams. TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly. 0. Note: Insert the tweezers from this hole.0294 N•m (0.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly” Details diagram on adjustment of position and phase Attach so that the pin of the arm fits the part.2. Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear” “2-2-6.1 kg. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 4. NG Pinch arm Temporarily attach the spring. each coaster must be in contact with the end of the guide rail. GL block assembly tightening torque 0. Pinch Press Arm and Eject Arm Pinch arm assembly Remove the “2-2-1. refer to the flowchart on page 6-51. and perform the adjustments from Starting adjustments-1.3.2. Cassette Base Block Assembly. Attach so that the eject arm and switch engage. Cassette Base Block Assembly. Pinch arm (Bottom side) TG6 Details diagram on adjustment or position and phase Attach so that this hole overlaps with the hole of the chassis.1. TG1 Arm Assembly. GL Block Assembly. Drum Assembly and Drum Base Block Assembly” “2-2-4. Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear” “2-2-6.7 kg•cm) 6-45 . Brake Slider Assembly.cm) 2-2-8.2. Brake Slider Assembly and Pinch Slider Assembly” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. Be careful not to touch the tape guide ( part). GL Driving Gear and HC Driving Arm Remove the “2-2-1.4.0686 N•m (0. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” “2-2-4. Pinch Arm Assembly” Removing method: Remove in the order of 1. When attaching the GL block assembly. Attaching method: Attach in the order of 4. Pinch Slider Assembly and Cam Gear” and “2-2-8.1. GL block assembly “2-2-5.4.) After attaching all the parts.3. Torsion Spring (TG7LD). TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly and TG7 Arm Block Assembly” and “2-2-7. (Be sure to adjust the position and phase. Tape Fall Stopper” “2-2-3.) 1 Pinch press arm Eject arm 3 2 Torsion spring (TG7LD) 4 Details diagram on attachment of pinch arm assembly and torsion spring (TG7LD) Attach so that the roller is in front of TG6. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly” “2-2-5. 2-2-9. for details on how to replace assemblies such as the guide rail.3.0098 N. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” “2-2-2. (Be sure to adjust the position and phase. Tape Fall Stopper” “2-2-3.2. 2 1Screw Guide rail 4 Rotary encoder GL driving gear HC driving arm 3 Refer to 3-13. TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly and TG7 Arm Block Assembly” “2-2-7.m (0. 0. Pinch Arm Assembly. TG1 Arm Assembly.3.

Holder “2-2-5. Attach the capstan motor to the chassis. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assembly” Timing belt Capstan motor Capstan motor tightening torque 0. Refer to “Removing method”. Brake Slider Assembly and Pinch Slider Assembly” “2-2-8. Attach the conversion pulley to the conversion pulley shaft.2. After attaching all the parts. refer to the flowchart on page 6-51. 2. and perform the adjustments from Starting adjustments-1. Attach the timing belt to the capstan motor and the conversion pulley. Conversion pulley Apply the grease (1.3. and attach the compression spring (TG7) and holder to the chassis. Tape Fall Stopper” “2-2-3. Capstan Motor.0686 N•m (0.0686 N•m (0.0098 N. Capstan motor 4 Conversion pulley 6 5. 4.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance.m (0. Timing belt Capstan motor 3.7 kg•cm) 6-46 . Timing Belt and Holder Remove the “2-2-1. GL Block Assembly” Removing method Remove in the order of 1. pull the timing belt lightly. 3 5 Gear Compression spring Not supplied parts. Gooseneck Gear Assembly and Relay Gear” “2-2-6. Hole Conversion pulley When the capstan motor is screwed on with the belt protruding from the indented part of the part. TG1 Adjustment Plate Assembly. Secure the capstan motor with the screw. Conversion Pulley. TG7 Arm Block Assembly and TG7 Retainer Spring” “2-2-7. 0.cm) 2-2-10. the belt will become fixed. TG1 Arm Assembly. Attaching method: Refer to the following diagram.1 kg. Cassette Base Block Assembly. and check that the movements of the conversion pulley and gear at the back of the capstan motor are linked. Drum Assembly and Drum Base Block Assembly” “2-2-4.5mm dia. Pinch Arm Assembly and Pinch Press Arm” and “2-2-9.) Timing belt Screw Conversion pulley shaft Conversion pulley Capstan motor tightening torque 0. After attaching.6. Attachment of Timing Belt 1.5. Damper Assembly and Cassette Compartment Assembly” “2-2-2.4 .7 kg•cm) 1 Screw 1 Screw 2 Be careful not to touch the Capstan ( part).

Connector pin (4P) Screw 5 4 Push switch (Cassette in SW) Should be fit to the positioning hole. refer to the detailed diagram.) And then solder.3. L Motor Block Assembly and FP-594 Flexible Board First. for details on how to replace assemblies such as the TG1 spring hook.0686 N•m (0.) S sensor holder Rotary encoder (Remove the solder. Tightening torque 0. and rotate the rotary encoder in the < direction.0098 N.2.) 3 4 2Screw Two screws FP-594 flexible board A A 6 8 5 7 T sensor holder Detailed diagram on removal and attachment of L motor block assembly Solder the four parts of the flexible board.6. refer to each detailed diagram.1 kg. Detailed diagram on removal and attachment of sensor holder (S) / (T) Sensor holder (S) Sensor holder (T) Two claws 8 7 1 Detailed diagram on removal and attachment of Connector Pin (4P) Screw 3 6 2 Push switch (REC PROOF) Should be fit to the connector hole.3. (The three parts of part A should be hidden.) The contacting part should be facing down.6.8. (For details on how to remove each part.cm) 2-2-11.7 kg•cm) Claw FP-248 flexible board Connector pin (4P) Refer to 2-2-14. Attaching method: Refer to the following diagram.0686 N•m (0. (For attaching each part.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P Screw tightening torque tolerance. for attaching the FP-594 flexible board. Pass through the hole and bend.4.7.2.) Detailed diagram on removal and attachment of rotary encoder Removing method: Remove the solder.4.7 kg•cm) 6-47 . 0.) Attaching method: Rotate the rotary encoder in the K direction. 5. remove all parts from 2-2-1 to 2-2-10 Removing method: Remove in the order of 1.8. Screw Tightening torque 0.7. 5.m (0. and attaching the parts in the order of 1. (The three parts of part A should be visible. A 1 L motor assembly (Remove the solder.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2-12. Brake (S). Brake Rack (S) and Extension Spring Position adjustment of pin Attach so that the gear faces down. Brake Gear (T). Removal and attachment of Brake (S). (Remove in the reverse order. Reset Arm (S). brake gear (T) and brake spring (T) Attaching method: Insert the brake gear (T) into the brake spring (T). and slide the brake (T) to attach. Brake (S) Reset arm (S) Extension spring Brake rack (S) Position adjustment of pin Extension spring Spring hook 6-48 . Brake Rack (S).) Brake gear (T) Extension spring Brake spring (T) Reset arm (S) Brake spring (T) Brake gear (T) Brake (T) Brake rack (S) Extension spring Brake (S) Note: Be careful not to deform the brake spring (T). Brake (T). Brake Spring (T) and Extension Spring Removal or attaching method Brake (T) Detailed diagram on removal and attachment of brake (T).

and the becomes visible. the tip of the coil (lower side) is positioned at the right for the S side and at the left for the T side. Attach the respective coaster assemblies. Face the ends of the spring towards you. GL Gear (S) / (T) and Torsion Spring (GLS) / (GLT) Removing method • Refer to the detailed diagram on the right. Hook the spring to the GL arm. Take note of the direction in which the joint bends.2 direction until the claw of the GL arm passes over the part. To differentiate the S side and T side. and remove each part. the side with more coils is the T side. Unhook the part. 2. Does not disconnect. (S side) Disconnects. The S side has less coils. Torsion spring (GLS) Torsion spring (GLT) 3. Coaster (T) assembly Coaster (S) assembly 4. Guide Rail. Coaster (S) / (T) Assembly. Attach the GL gear block assembly in the order of the S and T sides. Phase adjustment Attached properly. (T side) Disconnects. the GL arm claw will pass below the part by the tension of the spring (. (T side) Assembling the GL Block Assembly 1. Does not disconnect. Insert into hole. and rotate in the .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2-13. GL arm (S) assembly Hook the spring. Fit inside the notch. 6-49 . Attach the tension coil spring to each gear. From the back of the guide rail.3). (S side) Coaster (S) assembly Coaster (T) assembly Guide rail The GL arm (S) assembly GL arm (L) assembly part is hooked. Detailed diagram on removal of GL arm (S) / (T) assembly Be careful not to bend the GL arm. Torsion spring (GLS) GL gear (S) Torsion spring (GLT) GL gear (T) Does not disconnect. When the GL arm is completely inserted. GL Arm (S) / (T) Assembly. GL gear (S) block assembly Phase adjustment GL gear (T) block assembly 2 3 1 3 2 Claw Claw 1 Hook the spring. GL arm (T) assembly Take note of the direction in which the joint bends. Be careful not to touch the tape guide ( part).

Grease the part. 5.5mm dia. Does not disconnect. Motor Shield. Worm Shaft. FP-248 Flexible Board. Attach the TG1 spring hook to the spring hook fulcrum base. Attach the L motor assembly. Unhooks. L Motor Assembly. Two claws (motor shield) Motor holder Removal of motor shield and worm shaft 1Claw Worm shaft 2 Motor shield Claw 2 Claw Deceleration gear Motor shield 1 Motor holder (Top side) Motor holder (Bottom side) Attaching method 1. L motor block assembly (Bottom side) Motor holder (Top side) Apply the grease (1. Spring Hook Driving Arm. L motor assembly Motor shield TG1 spring hook Removal of TG1 spring hook Rotate to the left slightly opened. 1 2Claw (Insert) Motor holder (Bottom side) 2. Hook the hook. Worm shaft Insert 3. Rotate to the right slightly opened. 4. Attach the spring hook driving arm and spring hook fulcrum base. L motor assembly Claw Positioning hole. Spring hook fulcrum base Spring hook driving arm Claw Phase adjustment 2 Deceleration gear 1 Claw Motor shield Positioning boss. TG1 Spring Hook. motor shield and deceleration gear. Disconnects here. Claw Claw Motor holder Attach at this position. Spring Hook Fulcrum Base.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2-14.) 6-50 . Attach the worm shaft. Spring hook fulcrum base FP-248 flexible board (DEW sensor) Two claws (L motor) Spring hook driving arm Does not disconnect. and remove each part. Deceleration Gear and Motor Holder Removing method • Refer to the detailed diagram on the right.

) have been removed or parts have been replaced. TG7 SLACK CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-7. curl) TG1 (Arm) (FWD position) TG6 (Tape path exit.) 2-3-1.) 2-3-4. RISING CHECK END 6-51 . curl) Drum TG1 spring hook (FWD back tension) TG7 (Tape path slack. PREPARATION FOR TAPE PATH CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-5. etc. • ADJUSTMENT POSITION TG3 (Tape path entrance. CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT • When the parts of the tape path (tape guide and reel table. FWD POSITION CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-2. CUE / REV CHECK 2-3-9. TRACK CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-6. CURL CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-8.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3. curl) Reel table (S) torque Reel table (T) torque • ADJUSTMENT ORDER (Flowchart) ADJUSTMENT START-1 (Refer to next page. REEL TABLE (S) / REEL TABLE (T) TORQUE CHECK ADJUSTMENT START-2 (Refer to page 6-54. adjust the following parts and according to the flowchart below. FWD BACK TENSION CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT 2-3-3.

Tension coil spring (TG1)”. refer to “2-2-6. adjust the FWD position again. including fluctuation.9 to 7. Adjustment position TG1 TG1 arm assembly TG1 adjustment jig (J-18) FWD mode Gauge TG1 adjustment plate assembly 2-3-2. is within the gauge range while the TG1 adjustment jig (J-18) runs in the FWD mode.1 ( ×10 -1 mN•m) Mini DV torque cassette (J-21) 6-52 . hook in the clockwise direction. If the FWD position is correct but the specified value for the FWD back tension is not satisfied. replace the tension coil spring (TG1). Tension coil spring (TG1) TG1 spring hook TG1 spring hook TG1 arm assembly Spring hook fulcrum base FWD back tension value (Center value of the fluctuation) 4.) If the fluctuations of the FWD back tension are great and the specified value is not satisfied. hook in the counterclockwise direction. Insert the bending stick (J-24).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3-1. hook the TG1 spring hook claw to the middle position. If not correct. FWD Back Tension Checking and Adjustment • Checking / adjusting method Check the gauge value (reel table (S) side) of the mini DV torque cassette (J-21) in the FWD mode. Adjust the position of the TG1 spring hook so that the gauge value satisfies the specified value. FWD Position Checking and Adjustment • Checking / adjusting method Bend the TG1 adjustment plate with the bending stick (J-24) so that the TG1 flange external circumference. and perform this adjustment again. rotate left and right to adjust the TG1 position. and check that the FWD position is correct. TG1 should be within the gauge. (For details on how to replace. If greater than the specified value.) FWD mode Hook the TG1 spring hook at a different position using a pair of tweezers. refer to “2-2-4. If smaller than the specified value. (For details on how to replace. and check the FWD back tension again. replace the reel table S assembly. etc. Reel Table (S) Assembly”. If the specified value is not satisfied.

and if no problems.) 6-53 .5 ( ×10 -1 mN•m) Reel table (T) torque value (Center value of the fluctuation) 4.3 ( ×10 -1 mN•m) Mini DV torque cassette (J-21) If the specification is not satisfied. and check again. Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Assemblies". Reel Table (S) / Reel Table (T) Torque Check • Checking the Reel table (T) side Check the gauge value (reel table (T) side) of the mini DV torque cassette (J-21) in the FWD mode. refer to "2-2-4. • Checking the Reel table (S) side Check the gauge value (reel table (S) side) of the mini DV torque cassette (J-21) in the RVS mode.4 to 9. (For details on how to replace. check the 4-1 FWD position.7 to 24. RVS mode FWD mode Reel table (S) torque value (Center value of the fluctuation) 15.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2-3. replace the respective reel tables.

address: 26. (Refer to “2-4-2. 4. 4. 8. Preparation for Tape Path Checking and Adjustment • Preparations before adjustment 2 (Preparing an exclusive tracking tape (J-20)) Remove the lid of the cassette due to the C mechanism structure. Select page: 3. CN007 Pin 3 Note: Connect a 75 Ω resistor between pins 2 of CN007 and 1 (GND). 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Signal Name H START XHD/PSIG EVF VB EVF VR EVF VCO GND EVF BL – EVF VG LANC SIG EVF BL + This is to prevent the lid from rising when the damper is removed so that it does not come in the way of the mirror (J-15) inserted. Cleaning of Tape Path System”. and set data: 31. Normal Faulty entrance side Faulty exit side Procedure after operations 1. Pin No. Disconnect the power of the unit. Cassette lid • Preparations before adjustment 1 (Connection and setting) 1. when checking the slack and curl between the capstan and TG7. Connect the adjustment remote commander to the LANC jack and set the HOLD switch to the ON position. address: 26. Connect an oscilloscope to VC-358D board CN007 via the CPC-13 jig (J-6082-388-A). 2. and set data: 08. Connect the adjustment remote commander (J-5) to the LANC jack. If not flat at either side. Exclusive tracking tape 9. address: 33. Select page: 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3-4. Turn the HOLD switch of the adjustment remote commander to the ON position. 75 Ω resistor (Parts code: 1-247-804-11) Torsion spring CN007 of VC-358D board Pin No. Assemble without this part.) 2. Check the states at the entrance and exit of the RF waveform. perform the adjustments from “Flowchart Adjustment start-2” on page 6-51. 3. Signal Name 1 GND 2 RF MON 3 SWP 4 RF IN/LANC JACK IN 5 TDO 6 GND 7 TCK 8 TDI 9 PANEL COM 10 TMS 5. and set data: 00. CN007 Pin 2 (Note) External trigger: VC-358D board. Playback the alignment tape for tracking (J-20). Select page: 3. After completing the adjustment. Channel 1: VC-358D board. 7. 6. perform “Procedure after checking operations”. and set data: 00. Clean the tape running side. (XH2-1A1 exclusive) Select page: 3. Adjustment remote commander (RM-95) 3. 6-54 . address: 33.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3-5. (For details on how to replace. rotate TG3.) • Checking / adjusting method Run the tracking tape (J-20) in the REV mode.3 mm (Visually) TG7 6-55 . and check that the RF waveform is flat at both the entrance and exit. Tolerance : ± 0. and visually check from right above the slack between the capstan and TG6.) 2-3-6. (For details on how to replace. If that at the entrance is slightly lowered especially. refer to “2-2-2. or that at the entrance should be slightly raised and that at the exit should be lowered. Check again using a new tracking tape. If that at the exit is bad. TG7 Slack Checking and Adjustment • If the slack occurs If the slack can not be corrected. PLAY mode Normal waveform Entrance side Exit side Faulty entrance side Faulty exit side TG3 TG6 Blast screw Blast screw Drum • Tips for adjustment The tape path waveform at the entrance and exit should both be flat. If the waveform still does not become flat. TG7 Arm Block Assembly”. refer to “2-2-6. If the slack is great. If the waveform does not become flat even if the guides are rotated at the entrance and exit. the coaster assembly and drum base block assembly may be faulty. Track Checking and Adjustment • If not flat If the waveform at the entrance is bad. • Checking / adjusting method Run the tracking tape (J-20) in the PLAYBACK mode. GL Block Assembly”. rotate TG7 to satisfy the specified value. Drum Base Block Assembly or 2-2-9. the characteristics may be faulty of the tracking tape with time. Raised at the entrance. REV mode TG6 Capstan Drum Check the slack between here. Lowered at the exit. rotate TG6 to flatten the waveform. the TG7 arm block assembly may be faulty. problems such as sound drop may occur.

If curls or clearances exist on the TG7. CUE / REV Check 2-3-9. replace the coaster (T) assembly. replace the coaster (S) assembly. Perform this 2 or 3 times. FF REW • Check after checking rising • Check that the tape loads and unloads smoothly. For details on how to replace the coaster (S) / (T) assembly. Mode changes STOP CUE REV REV mode PLAYBACK PLAYBACK PLAYBACK PLAYBACK PLAYBACK When switching the modes. • Play a self-recorded or already recorded tape. If the TG6 curl is large. Rising Check • Checking method Run the tracking tape (J-20) in the CUE mode or REV mode. • Checking / adjusting method Run the tracking tape (J-20) (exclusive) in the CUE mode or REV mode. the waveform rises horizontally within 2 seconds. (Refer to 2-2-3. REV. refer to 2-2-13 on page 6-48.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-3-7. or clearances exist. • If not even If the waveform peaks are not even. and check that the sound and images are normal. TG1 TG2 TG3 TG4 Drum TG5 TG6 TG7 There should be no large curls on the upper and lower flanges of TG7. Easy to check with removing the damper assembly. Curl Checking and Adjustment • If the curl is large or there are clearances If the TG3 curl is large or clearances exist. FF. Damper Assembly on page 6-42. CUE. CUE mode • Checking method Check that when the tracking tape (J-20) is switched from the STOP. perform "Tracking adjustment" again. TG3 TG4 Coaster (S) assembly TG5 TG6 Capstan Use a mirror (J-15) for checking for TG7. There should be no large curls on the upper flange of TG3 and TG6. and check that the intervals of the waveform peaks are consistent. 6-56 . REW modes to the PLAYBACK mode. rotate TG7 and adjust its height. the waveform should rise within 2 seconds 2 or 3 times.) TG2 Drum Coaster (T) assembly TG1 TG7 2-3-8. Also check that there are no large curls on each tape guide. and check that the tape runs along each flange. Note: Be careful not to rotate TG7 excessively.

After repairing. Press a wiping cloth (J-13) moistened with cleaning fluid (J12) against the rotary drum assembly gently.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-4. but also for the equipment and tape. (Use SG-941 for all parts of the C mechanism. Cleaning of Rotary Drum Assembly 1. • FLOIL (SG-941): Part No. But clean the pinch roller using alcohol. 2-4-2. refer to the checks above and replace parts. PERIODIC CHECK • Carry out the following maintenance and periodic checks not only to fully display the functions and performance of the set. Note 2: Do not use a applicator moistened with alcohol to the other guide cleaning. Note 2: Greasing Always use the specified grease. regardless of the length of use. TG4 TG3 Drum TG2 TG1 TG5 TG6 Capstan TG7 Pinch roller Rotary drum assembly Wiping cloth 2-4-3. Note 1: Make sure that no oil or grease of the link mechanisms sticks to the super fine applicator (J-14). Make sure that no oil gets on the tape path surface. 7-662-001-39 a : Cleaning s : Confirmation 6-57 . X-3948-346-1 Performance Confirmation Note 1: When overhauling. be sure to follow the above instructions when cleaning the rotary drum assembly. Clean the tape path systems (TG1 to TG7 and capstan) and the lower drum using a super fine applicator (J-14) moistened with cleaning fluid. Note: Do not rotate the motor on power or rotate the rotary drum assembly in the clockwise direction with your finger. service the set as follows. 2-4-1. The head tip will also be damaged if the wiping cloth is moved perpendicularly against it. If the viscosity differs. Therefore. Periodic Checks 500 a a — — — s — — — Hours of Use (H) 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 a a a a a a a a a a s s s s s s — a — — — s — — — a s s s s s s — a — — — s — — — a s s s s s s — a — — — s — — — a s s s s s s — a — — — s — — — a s s s s s s — Remarks Driving system Location of Maintenance and Check Cleaning of tape path surface Cleaning and degaussing of rotary drum assembly Timing belt Capstan (Bearing) Loading motor Abnormal noise Back tension measurement Brake system FWD/RVS torque measurement Be careful of the oil.) Check the quantity of grease when installing the parts which is needed to apply the grease. various problems may occur. and clean it while rotating the rotary drum assembly slowly with your finger in the counterclockwise direction. Cleaning of Tape Path System 1.

0. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) Equipment Required 12) 13) 14) TV monitor Oscilloscope (dual-phenomenon. use a 10 : 1 probe. 3-1-1. Digital voltmeter Audio generator Audio level meter Audio distortion meter Audio attenuator Regulated power supply Alignment tapes • Tracking standard (XH2-1A1) Parts code: 8-967-999-03 • SW/OL standard (XH2-3) Parts code: 8-967-997-11 • Audio operation check for NTSC (XH5-3) Parts code: 8-967-997-51 • System operation check for NTSC (XH5-5) Parts code: 8-967-997-61 • BIST check for NTSC (XH5-6) Parts code: 8-967-997-71 • Audio operation check for PAL (XH5-3P) Parts code: 8-967-997-55 • System operation check for PAL (XH5-5P) Parts code: 8-967-997-66 • BIST check for PAL (XH5-6P) Parts code: 8-967-997-76 Adjustment remote commander (J-6082-053-B) CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A) Extension cable (50P. band above 30 MHz with delay mode) (Unless specified otherwise.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6-3. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS Use the following measuring instruments for video section adjustments.) Frequency counter Pattern generator with video output terminal. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENTS NTSC model : DSR-PD170 PAL model : DSR-PD170P/PD190P 3-1.5 mm) For extension between the CD-512 board (CN100) and the VC358D board (CN025) (J-6082-496-A) 6-58 .

VC-358D board CN009 (14P. be sure to exit the “Forced Power ON mode”. HOW TO ENTER RECORD MODE WITHOUT CASSETTE 1) 2) 3) 4) Connect the adjustment remote commander to the LANC jack. set data: 0C.) To remove. 2) Select page: D. Before removing. note down the self-diagnosis data and the data on the history use (data of page: 2. VTR function key) need not be connected except during “Battery End Adjustment” and “Audio adjustments”. (Whenever you want to quit the record mode. The above procedure will enable the VTR power to be turned on with the control switch block (CF-4980) removed.5mm) 7) The LA-028 board is need not be connected. data on history of use (total drum rotation time etc. set data: 02. be sure to exit the “Forced Power ON mode”. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. 1) 2) 3) 4) Connect the adjustment remote commander to the LANC jack. set data: 00.5mm) Note 1: Setting the “Forced VTR Power ON” mode (VTR mode) 1) Select page: 0. When removing the cabinet (L) disconnect the following connector. set data: 00. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. 0.5mm) 4) Cabinet (R) (CK-140 board.Service Mode” for the data on the history use. VC-358D board CN023 (80P. Select page: 3. After completing adjustments. 0. To remove it.) Note: The function buttons become inoperable. address: 01. be sure to exit the “Forced VTR Power ON Mode” or “Forced Camera Power ON Mode”. Close the cassette compartment without the cassette. and to “6-4. (Whenever you want to quit the playback mode. To remove it. set the power switch to “VCR” (or “PLAYER”) or set the “Forced VTR Power ON mode” using the adjustment remote commander (Note 1). To remove it. 0. Microphone amplifier. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. (Note 3) 2) The handle block (XLR connector. VC-358D board CN004 (13P. select page: 3. set data: 01. user-set menus will be lost. address: A2 to AA). set data: 00. 5) To quit the record mode. and set data: 01. 0. Precautions on Adjusting 1) The adjustments of this unit are performed in the VTR mode or camera mode. 0. The above procedure will enable the memory power to be turned on with the control switch block (CF-4980) removed.) 6-59 . set data: 05. Close the cassette compartment without the cassette. 2) Select page: D. set the power switch to “CAMERA” or set the “Forced Camera Power ON mode” using the adjustment remote commander (Note 2). Turn the HOLD switch of the adjustment remote commander to the ON position. Note 2: Setting the “Forced Camera Power ON” mode (Camera mode) 1) Select page: 0.5mm) 5) The viewfinder (LB-100 board) is need not be connected. be sure to exit the “Forced Power ON mode”. and set data: 01.3mm) 6) The FP-895 (flexible) is need not be connected. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. 3) Select page: 0. FK-088 board CN501 (40P. and set data: 01. address: 01.8mm) 3) By setting the “Forced VTR Power ON mode” or “Forced Camera Power ON mode”. address: 01.) will be lost. VC-358D board CN008 (50P. address: 10. address: 10. 5) To quit the playback mode. disconnect the following connector. select page: 3. address: 01. address: 01. the self-diagnosis data. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. address: 01. Select page: 3. disconnect the following connectors. Note 3: Setting the “Forced Memory Power ON” mode (Memory mode) 1) Select page: 0. address: 01. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. 0. and set data: 01. (The mechanism enters the record mode automatically. reset these data. the video section can be operate even if the cabinet (L) (Control switch block (CF-4980)) has been removed. After completing adjustments. disconnect the following connector. To remove the cabinet (R). address: 10. To set to the VTR mode. be sure to quit following this procedure. 3-1-3. disconnect the following connectors.5mm) LA-028 board CN053 (27P. and set data: 00. After completing adjustments. The above procedure will enable the camera power to be turned on with the control switch block (CF-4980) removed.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-1-2.5mm) 8) The CD-512 board of the lens block is need not be connected. To set to the Camera mode. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. BT801. 0. set data: 0B. remote commander receiver. But removing the handle block (removing the FK-088 board CN501) means removing the lithium 3V power supply (XZ003 board. (The mechanism enters the playback mode automatically. Turn the HOLD switch of the adjustment remote commander to the ON position. Note 4: Exiting the “Forced Power ON” mode 1) Select page: 0. disconnect the following connector. If the cabinet (R) has been removed. 0. VC-358D board CN002 (27P. 2) Select page: D. After completing adjustments. LCD block) need not be connected. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. disconnect the following connectors. data such as date. 802) .) HOW TO ENTER PLAYBACK MODE WITHOUT CASSETTE 3-1-4. To remove it. be sure to quit following this procedure. address: 01.) Note: The function buttons become inoperable. address: 01. time. VC-358D board CN025 (50P. address: 10. (Refer to “SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION” for the selfdiagnosis data. 2) Select page: D. After completing adjustments.

. and perform the adjustments. 6-3-2. 6-60 . The following table lists the pin numbers and signal names of CN007. Remove the CPC cover 3-1-6. Fig. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal Name GND RF MON SWP RF IN/LANC JACK IN TDO GND TCK TDI PANEL COM TMS Pin No.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-1-5. Pin No. Connect the measuring instruments via the CPC-13 jig (J-6082-443-A). 6-3-2. Adjusting Connectors Some of the adjusting points of the video section are concentrated at VC-358D board CN007. 6-3-1. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Signal Name H START XHD/PSIG EVF VB EVF VR EVF VCO GND EVF BL – EVF VG LANC SIG EVF BL + CN007 20 1 Table 6-3-1. TV monitor Main unit Adjustment remote commander LANC jack VIDEO jack Fig. Connecting the Equipment Connect the measuring instruments as shown in Fig.

shows the 75% color bar signals recorded on the alignment tape for Audio Operation Check.300 Vp-p. 75 Ω unbalanced.714V 1V (75%) 0.2 kΩ 6-61 Black 1V Magenta Yellow Green 0. XH5-6P (PAL)) Use Tape path adjustment Switching position adjustment Audio system adjustment Operation check BIST check Fig.3V 0. Alignment Tapes Use the alignment tapes shown in the following table. XH5-5P (PAL)) BIST check (XH5-6 (NTSC).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-1-7.7V Magenta Red Blue Blue Burst signal Magenta White . Input/Output Level and Impedance Video input/output Phono jack Video signal: 1 Vp-p.286V 0. sync negative S video input/output 4-pin mini DIN Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p.3V Burst signal (100%) Horizontal sync signal Color bar signal waveform Color bar pattern Fig. sync negative Chrominance signal: 0. Name Tracking standard (XH2-1A1) SW/OL standard (XH2-3) Audio operation check (XH5-3 (NTSC). Color bar signal of alignment tapes 3-1-8. 75 Ω unbalanced (NTSC) : 0. XH5-3P (PAL)) System operation check (XH5-5 (NTSC). 75 Ω unbalanced. 75 Ω unbalanced (PAL) Audio input/output Phono jack Input level: 327mV Input impedance: More than 47kΩ Output level: 327 mV (at load impedance 47 kΩ) Output impedance: Below 2.286 Vp-p. 6-3-3. 6-3-3.286V Q I Q White (100%) I Black Horizontal sync signal Color bar signal waveform Color bar pattern For PAL model Yellow Cyan Green White (100%) White Cyan Red Blue 0. Note: Measure with video terminal (Terminated at 75 Ω) For NTSC model White (100%) Yellow Cyan Green Magenta Red Blue White (75%) Yellow Green Cyan Red 0. Use tapes specified in the signal column of each adjustment.

Input 2-1. address: EE. perform “1-2. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT” 2. 2) Read the serial No. on the name plate. is more than seven digits. F. D2=D1–65536=12345 H1=FE 6-62 . and set data: 01. and take this as H3. address: ED. (Refer to “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table” in “6-4. H4=39 9) Input the upper 2 digits of H3 to page: C. EC D1 (Decimal) 00001 to 65535 65536 to 131071 131072 to 196607 196608 to 262143 262144 to 327679 327680 to 393215 393216 to 458751 458752 to 524287 524288 to 589823 589824 to 655359 655360 to 720895 720896 to 786431 786432 to 851967 851968 to 917503 917504 to 983039 983040 to 999999 D2 (Decimal) D1 D1 – 65536 D1 – 131072 D1 – 196608 D1 – 262144 D1 – 327680 D1 – 393216 D1 – 458752 D1 – 524288 D1 – 589824 D1 – 655360 D1 – 720896 D1 – 786432 D1 – 851968 D1 – 917504 D1 – 983040 Input method: 1) Select page: 0.) Example: If D4 is “57”. B. D. Select page: C. Example: If D2 is “12345”. and model code in the EEPROM (nonvolatile memory). and write in the EEPROM.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-2. 10) Input H4 to page: C. D4=12345–12288=57 8) Convert D4 to hexadecimal. E9. address: 01. EA. Serial No. Example: If H4 is “39”. D. E. set data: 39. 2) Input the following data to page: C. (Decimal calculation. 8 page data is erased due to some reason. address: EF. Convert the serial No. EE. 8 Page Data If the B. B. H3=3000 7) Obtain the difference D4 between D 2 and D 3. Service Mode”. Address E8 E9 EA EB EC 3) Data 08 00 46 01 01 Table 6-3-2. address: EF. and press the PAUSE button. and set data: 01. on the name plate from decimal to hexadecimal. set data: FE. and take this as D3. D1=77881 Note: Use six digits of the low rank when a serial No. SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT H1 (Hexadecimal) (Service model code) FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE FE 1. Page C Address E8. Company ID Input Write the company ID in the EEPROM (nonvolatile memory). Input Write the serial No. INITIALIZATION OF A. address: EE. and press the PAUSE button. D. C. is 77881. and take it as D1. 5) Obtain the maximum decimal not exceeding D2 from Table 63-3. 11) Select page: 0. F. 8 PAGE DATA”. addresses: E8 to EC. EF Input method: 1) Select page: 0. E. Page Address C ED. 2-2. of “6-1. C. and take this as H4. and press the PAUSE button. Example: If D3 is “12288”. Select page: C. Note: Press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time to set the data. D3=12288 6) Obtain the hexadecimal corresponding to D3 from Table 6-3-3. (Model code input) Example: If H1 is “FE”. Example: If D1 is “77881”. address: 01. E. address: 01. address: 01. C. F. set data: 30. Initialization of A. EB. 0 D4 255) D4= D2–D3 Example: If D2 is “12345” and D3 is “12288”. Example: If the serial No. 3) Obtain D2 and H1 corresponding to D1 from Table 6-3-2. and set data: 00. address: ED. 4) Select page: 0. and set data: 00. Input H1 to page: C. Example: If H3 is “3000”. Select page: C. Serial No.

DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P HexaHexaHexaHexaHexaHexaHexaHexaDecimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal Decimal decimal (D3) (D3) (D3) (D3) (D3) (D3) (D3) (D3) (H3) (H3) (H3) (H3) (H3) (H3) (H3) (H3) 0 256 512 768 1024 1280 1536 1792 2048 2304 2560 2816 3072 3328 3584 3840 4096 4352 4608 4864 5120 5376 5632 5888 6144 6400 6656 6912 7168 7424 7680 7936 0000 0100 0200 0300 0400 0500 0600 0700 0800 0900 0A00 0B00 0C00 0D00 0E00 0F00 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 1A00 1B00 1C00 1D00 1E00 1F00 8192 8448 8704 8960 9216 9472 9728 9984 10240 10496 10752 11008 11264 11520 11776 12032 12288 12544 12800 13056 13312 13568 13824 14080 14336 14592 14848 15104 15360 15616 15872 16128 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 2A00 2B00 2C00 2D00 2E00 2F00 3000 3100 3200 3300 3400 3500 3600 3700 3800 3900 3A00 3B00 3C00 3D00 3E00 3F00 16384 16640 16896 17152 17408 17664 17920 18176 18432 18688 18944 19200 19456 19712 19968 20224 20480 20736 20992 21248 21504 21760 22016 22272 22528 22784 23040 23296 23552 23808 24064 24320 4000 4100 4200 4300 4400 4500 4600 4700 4800 4900 4A00 4B00 4C00 4D00 4E00 4F00 5000 5100 5200 5300 5400 5500 5600 5700 5800 5900 5A00 5B00 5C00 5D00 5E00 5F00 24576 24832 25088 25344 25600 25856 26112 26368 26624 26880 27136 27392 27648 27904 28160 28416 28672 28928 29184 29440 29696 29952 30208 30464 30720 30976 31232 31488 31744 32000 32256 32512 6000 6100 6200 6300 6400 6500 6600 6700 6800 6900 6A00 6B00 6C00 6D00 6E00 6F00 7000 7100 7200 7300 7400 7500 7600 7700 7800 7900 7A00 7B00 7C00 7D00 7E00 7F00 32768 33024 33280 33536 33792 34048 34304 34560 34816 35072 35328 35584 35840 36096 36352 36608 36864 37120 37376 37632 37888 38144 38400 38656 38912 39168 39424 39680 39936 40192 40448 40704 8000 8100 8200 8300 8400 8500 8600 8700 8800 8900 8A00 8B00 8C00 8D00 8E00 8F00 9000 9100 9200 9300 9400 9500 9600 9700 9800 9900 9A00 9B00 9C00 9D00 9E00 9F00 40960 A000 49152 41216 A100 49408 41472 A200 49664 41728 A300 49920 41984 A400 50176 42240 A500 50432 42496 A600 50688 42752 A700 50944 43008 A800 51200 43264 A900 51456 43520 AA00 51712 43776 AB00 51968 44032 AC00 52224 44288 AD00 52480 44544 AE00 52736 44800 AF00 52992 45056 B000 53248 45312 B100 53504 45568 B200 53760 45824 B300 54016 46080 B400 54272 46336 B500 54528 46592 B600 54784 46848 B700 55040 47104 B800 55296 47360 B900 55552 47616 BA00 55808 47872 BB00 56064 48128 BC00 56320 48384 BD00 56576 48640 BE00 56832 48896 BF00 57088 C000 C100 C200 C300 C400 C500 C600 C700 C800 C900 CA00 CB00 CC00 CD00 CE00 CF00 D000 D100 D200 D300 D400 D500 D600 D700 D800 D900 DA00 DB00 DC00 DD00 DE00 DF00 57344 57600 57856 58112 58368 58624 58880 59136 59392 59648 59904 60160 60416 60672 60928 61184 61440 61696 61952 62208 62464 62720 62976 63232 63488 63744 64000 64256 64512 64768 65024 65280 E000 E100 E200 E300 E400 E500 E600 E700 E800 E900 EA00 EB00 EC00 ED00 EE00 EF00 F000 F100 F200 F300 F400 F500 F600 F700 F800 F900 FA00 FB00 FC00 FD00 FE00 FF00 Table 6-3-3. 6-63 .

D4B’ and D4C’ to decimal notation......... D4A’.. and press PAUSE button.... Set the data.. and this data is named Dref.......01Vdc..... D4A’.. the life of the battery will shorten..50 ± 0. The image at the battery end will also be rough... D4B’ and D4C’ using following equations.. Convert Dref to decimal notation. Set the data. Set the data. Battery End Adjustment Set the battery end voltage... and press PAUSE button. 7 8 9 10 11 12 D D D D 0 49 4A 4B 4C 01 D49 D4A D4B D4C 00 Set the data. Decrease the output voltage of the regulated power supply so that the digital voltmeter display is 5..1 ± 0. (Note1) + + Digital volt meter 6 Fig. Set the data.. address: 5D Adjustment remote commander D 48 to 4C Switch setting 1) AUTO FOCUS . 5) Load a cassette... Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 0 01 01 Procedure Set the data..5 ± 0... Regulated power supply + 5. (decimal calculation) D49’ =Dref’ + 7 D4A’ =Dref’ + 25 D4B’ =Dref’ + 29 D4C’ =Dref’ + 37 Convert D49’. D4A. Note1: Refer to Table 6-4-1. Read the data.... If the voltage is incorrect..DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3. 6-3-4. (Note1) Calculate D49’. and obtain D49. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table” of “6-4. Preparations before adjustments: 1) Adjust the output voltage of the regulated power supply so that the digital voltmeter display is 6.. and press PAUSE button.. D4B and D4C. 4) Turn on the power supply..... and obtain Dref'. and press PAUSE button.. Mode Camera recording Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Arbitrary Display data of page: 2... 6-3-4... and set to the camera recording mode.. OFF Connection: 1) Connect the regulated power supply and the digital voltmeter to the battery terminal as shown in Fig..Service mode”.. 3) Turn on the HOLD switch of the adjustment remote commander.... 6-64 .... and press PAUSE button.01 Vdc 3 4 5 2 D 5D 48 Dref Set the data. 2) Turn off the power supply..1Vdc...

and press PAUSE button. Check that the data changes in the following order. adjustment has errors or the mechanism deck is defective. Measurement Point Display data of page: 3. Check that the data is “00”. “4-3. (Note) Set the data. Set the data. APC & AEQ adjustment 7. If deviated. bit3 and bit6 are “0” 5 6 3 0 03 01 00 Note: If the data is “01”. For the error contents. 22. Set the data. address: 03 Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 Close the cassette compartment without inserting a cassette. 3. (Note) 00 Set the data. there are errors. 3. Check that the data changes in the following order. T-reel FG duty adjustment 3. “1C” → “2C” → “00” Check that the data is “00”. PLL f0 & LPF f0 Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Adjustment remote commander C 17 00 5 6 3 0 03 01 Note: If the data is “02”. and press PAUSE button. (For the bit values. address: 03 Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 Close the cassette compartment without inserting a cassette. PLL f0 & LPF f0 adjustment 4. VTR stop Display data of page: 3. address: 03 data bit 4 = 1 bit 5 = 1 bit 6 = 1 bit 3 = 1 bit 2 = 1 Error contents PLL f0 even channel is defective PLL f0 odd channel is defective LPF f0 is defective PLL f0 final adjustment is defective PLL f0 final adjustment time-out 6-65 . Bit value discrimination”. SERVO AND RF SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT Before perform the servo and RF system adjustments. Note: If the data is other than “00”. and press PAUSE button. Cap FG duty adjustment 2. address: 03 Adjustment remote commander C 1F. Cap FG Duty Adjustment (VC-358D board) Set the Cap FG signal duty cycle to 50% to establish an appropriate capstan servo. 2 3 4 0 3 3 01 01 02 01 1B Set the data. T reel FG Duty Adjustment (VC-358D board) Adjust the take-up reel FG signal duty cycle to an appropriate value so that the correct T-reel FG signal is obtained.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-3. “1B” → “2B” → “00” Check that the data is “00”. refer to “6-4. 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 0 01 02 03 01 00 30 Set the data. Check that the data changes to “00”.) Bit value of page: 3. 20. PLL f0 & LPF f0 final adjustment 1. Adjustment remote commander C 16 00 2. 29 Bit2. 2 3 4 0 3 3 01 01 02 01 1C Set the data. Adjusting Procedure: 1. AGC center level 6. the uneven rotation of capstan and noise can occur. (Note) Set the data. see the following table. adjustment has errors or the mechanism deck is defective. SERVICE MODE”. Measurement Point Display data of page: 3. check that the specified value of “27 MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment” of “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” is satisfied. Switching position adjustment 5.

AGC Center Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Playback Recorded signal at “Preparations before adjustments” Pin 2 of CN007 (RF MON) (Note 1) Ext. Check that the data is “00”.) Note 1: Connect a 75Ω resistor between Pin 2 and Pin 1 (GND) of CN007. the machine is defective. Confirm that the playback RF signal is stable. and press PAUSE button. Check that the data is “00”. Contents of the defect is written into page: C. address: 03 is other than “00”. (Note 3) The machine is defective Pin 2 40 50 Note 3: If this data is displayed twice successively. Check that the data is “00”. addresses: 10 and 12. address: 03 Adjustment remote commander C 10. 3. and press PAUSE button. 5-2. refer to “6-4. AGC Center Level and APC & AEQ Adjustment 5-1. Set the data. the odd channel is defective. stop it. perform step 4 and higher. SERVICE MODE”. After playing the tape for 1 to 2 seconds. 75Ω resistor (Parts code: 1-247-804-11) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 Playback the recorded signal at “Preparations before adjustments” 2 3 4 0 3 01 33 01 08 Set the data.) Set the data.) Data 20 30 Contents of defect Perform re-adjustment. 6-3-5. trigger: Pin 3 of CN007 (SWP) Oscilloscope C 1E The data of page: 3. adjustment has errors. (Note1) Set the data. (Note2) Set the data. Check that the data changes to “00”. address: 21 is “72”. the even channel is defective. 11. Preparations before adjustments Mode Camera recording Subject Arbitrary Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 1 2 2 30 40 Procedure Set the data. If bit 1 is “1”. (Fig. When the even channel is defective Data of page: C. “4-3. Note2: If bit 0 of the data is “1”. (Note 3) The machine is defective Perform re-adjustment. 6-66 . (Note2) Perform “APC & AEQ Adjustment”. 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 3 3 3 3 0 01 21 01 02 03 01 00 01 Set the data. See the following table. Switching Position Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 Insert the SW/OL reference tape and enter the VTR STOP mode. Pin 3 6.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4. Check that the data is “02”. (Take an appropriate remedial measures according to the errors referring to the following table. the tape top being played. (For the bit values. 13 00 5.7 msec Fig. 12. Bit value discrimination”. address: 03 is “00” 0D Note1: If the data of page: 3. address: 12 EE E8 E7 Contents of defect Writing into EEPROM (IC502) is defective Adjustment data is out of range No data is returned from IC301 PB RF signal is stable Note2: If the data of page: 3. Contents of defect address: 10 EE E8 E7 Writing into EEPROM (IC502) is defective Adjustment data is out of range No data is returned from IC301 5 6 7 8 3 3 3 01 02 03 23 When the odd channel is defective Data of page: C. Record the camera signal for three minutes. VTR playback SW/OL reference tape (XH2-3) Display data of page: 3. 6-3-5.

Data 20 30 50 60 80 Contents of defect Perform re-adjustment. (Note3) Perform “Processing after Completing Adjustments”. Check that the data changes to “00”. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 Playback the recorded signal at “Preparations before adjustments” 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 01 02 07 0 3 01 33 01 08 Set the data. 2 3 3 0 33 01 00 00 Set the data. address: 03 is “00” 6.) Set the data. Bit value discrimination”. see the following table. 5-4. adjustment has errors. the machine is defective. 21. (Note 4) The machine is defective Perform re-adjustment. Pin 3 6. 22. 6-67 . 29 Bit2. (Note) Set the data. 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 0 01 02 03 01 00 30 Set the data. Check that bit2. 1C. (Note 4) The machine is defective The machine is defective Pin 2 PB RF signal is stable Note 4: If this data is displayed twice successively. 20. “4-3. Set the data. Note: If bit2. For the error contents. bit3 or bit 6 of the data is “1”.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5-3. PLL f0 & LPF f0 Final Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. trigger: Pin 3 of CN007 (SWP) Oscilloscope C 18. there are errors. 6-3-6. Take an appropriate remedial measures according to the errors referring to the following table. 19. 6-3-6. 3. SERVICE MODE”. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Confirm that the playback RF signal is stable. VTR stop Arbitrary Display data of page: 3. refer to “6-4.7 msec Fig. 2C The data of page: 3. Check that the data is “00”. bit3 and bit6 of the data are “00”. 75Ω resistor (Parts code: 1-247-804-11) Note 2: The “AGC Center Level Adjustment” must have already been completed before starting this adjustment. APC & AEQ Adjustment (VC-358D Board) Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Playback Recorded signal at “Preparations before adjustments” Pin 2 of CN007 (RF MON) (Note 1) Ext.) Bit value of page: 3. address: 03 Adjustment remote commander C 1F. Processing after Completing Adjustments Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 30 00 Set the data. (For the bit values. address: 03 bit 4 = 1 bit 5 = 1 bit 6 = 1 bit 3 = 1 bit 2 = 1 Error contents PLL f0 even channel is defective PLL f0 odd channel is defective LPF f0 is defective PLL f0 final adjustment is defective PLL f0 final adjustment time-out 7 8 3 03 Note3: If the data is other than “00”. (Fig. bit3 and bit6 are “0” Note 1: Connect a 75Ω resistor between Pin 2 and Pin 1 (GND) of CN007. and press PAUSE button. Check that the data changes from “07” to “00” in about 30 seconds after pressing PAUSE button. 1B.

Set the data. and press PAUSE button. Change the data for minimum amplitude of the burst signal level (A). Set the data that is noted down at step 2. Set the data. Check that the burst signal level (B) satisfies the specified value. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. address: 0C. 6-3-8. check that the specified value of “27MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment” of “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” is satisfied. and press PAUSE button. Change the data and set the Y signal level (A) to the specified value.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-4. 6-3-7. 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 C 35 35 0C 25 01 02 Note down the data. Set the data. address: 0C. S VIDEO OUT Y Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. is 04: A CH1 CH2 H When the data of page: 3. Chroma BPF f0 Adjustment (VC-358D board) Set the center frequency of IC1301 chroma band-pass filter. Set the data. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 2. 2 Check that the burst signal (B) is output to the chroma signal terminal of S VIDEO jack. Camera Arbitrary Y signal terminal of S VIDEO jack (75Ω terminated) Oscilloscope C 25 A = 1000 ± 14mV Before perform the video system adjustments. 3-4-1. Mode Camera Subject Measurement Point All black (Cover the lens with the lens cap) CH1: Chroma signal terminal of S VIDEO jack (75Ω terminated) CH2: Y signal terminal of S VIDEO jack (75Ω terminated) Oscilloscope C 28 A = 100mVp-p or less B = 200mVp-p or more Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data.) Press PAUSE button. 6-68 . When the data of page: 3. Set the data. is 00: CH1 B H Fig. Base Band Block Adjustments 1. Set the data. 6 7 8 9 C 3 2 0 25 0C 35 01 00 3 4 3 C 0C 28 04 00 Center of luminance line 5 6 7 8 C 3 28 0C A 00 H 0 01 00 Fig. and press PAUSE button. (The data should be “00” to “07”. Press PAUSE button.

Chroma Level Check (VC-358D board) Mode Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Camera Arbitrary VIDEO jack (75Ω terminated) Oscilloscope Sync level: A = 286 ± 18mV(NTSC) A = 300 ± 18mV(PAL) Burst level: B = 286 ± 18mV(NTSC) B = 300 ± 18mV(PAL) Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 35 Note down the data. Check that the burst signal level (B) satisfies the specified value. Set the data. 00 C A B 0. Set the data. Set the data.23 µsec (PAL) Fig. S VIDEO OUT Chroma Level Adjustment (VC-358D board) Mode Subject Measurement Point Camera Arbitrary Chroma signal terminal of S VIDEO jack (75Ω terminated) External trigger: Y signal terminal of S VIDEO jack Oscilloscope C 26. Change the data and set the Cb signal level (B) to the specified value. VIDEO OUT Y. and press PAUSE button. Set the data that is noted down at step 2. 6-3-9. Press PAUSE button. 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 C 35 35 0C 26 01 02 Note down the data. 6-69 . and press PAUSE button. A = 714 ± 14mV(NTSC) A = 700 ± 14mV(PAL) Cb level: B = 714 ± 14mV(NTSC) B = 700 ± 14mV(PAL) Burst level: C = 286 ± 6mV(NTSC) C = 300 ± 6mV(PAL) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 0 01 01 Set the data. Set the data.28 µsec (NTSC) 0. Check that the sync signal level (A) satisfies the specified value.23 µsec (PAL) 0. and press PAUSE button. H 5 6 7 8 6 7 C C 26 27 8 9 10 11 12 C 27 B A H 3 2 0 0C 35 01 00 Fig. Check that the burst signal level (C) is satisfied the specified value. Change the data and set the Cr signal level (A) to the specified value.28 µsec (NTSC) 0. Set the data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3. and press PAUSE button. Press PAUSE button. Set the data that is noted down at step 1. 27 Cr level: 4. 6-3-10. Set the data. 3 2 0 0C 35 01 00 00 Set the data. 2 3 4 2 3 35 0C 01 02 Set the data.

Set the data.. and press PAUSE button...... AA (Case2)... 90 (Case3) Check that the data is equal to the following value which case number is equal to that of address 73. 75 (Case3).. Set the POWER switch to VCR position. 5 3 15 4 3 74 6 3 5 3 6-70 . Set the data. IC301 AUD (ABUS) PB BIST Check Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 Procedure 4 5 3 3 13 14 03 3 3 3 11 12 12 04 08 00 Set the data.. Playback the BIST check tape. D6 (Case4)... (XH5-6 (NTSC).. And memorize the case number of the value... and press PAUSE button..... Check that the data is equal to either of the following values.. 55 (Case2).. and press PAUSE button. 0 C 01 42 01 00 Set the data........ XH5-6P (PAL)) 3 4 5 6 3 15 7 3 Note1: Perform the following checks in the playback mode.. Open 1. IC301 EX Y playback system is normal.. FF (Case6) PAL model: 86 (Case1). Set the data. NTSC model: 41 PAL model: 2D Check that the data is the following value.. Preparations for Playback Order Page Address Data 1 2 1-3... Check that the data is the following value. and press PAUSE button. 1-2. Note2: Use the AC power adaptor or the battery (Info LITHIUM L series). 33 (Case2).... and press PAUSE button.. and press PAUSE button. 59 (Case5)... Check that the data is the following value. NTSC model: 84 (Case1). 07 (Case3).DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-4-2. and press PAUSE button.. C5 (Case2).. BIST Check Switch setting: LCD panel .. and press PAUSE button.. Set the data.. D0 (Case6) PAL model: 35 (Case1).. and press PAUSE button.......... and press PAUSE button. D3 (Case4).. IC301 TRX (RF) playback system is normal. NTSC model: 26 PAL model: 2E Check that the data is the following value.. Playback System Check 1-1.. Set the data.. Set the data. 1-4.. Set the data... IC301 VFD PB BIST Check • EX Y BIST Check Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 3 3 3 3 12 12 13 14 10 00 04 Procedure Set the data. IC301 TRX (RF) PB BIST Check Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 3 3 3 70 70 73 04 00 Set the data. NTSC model: 63 (Case1). IC301 AUD (ABUS) playback system is normal. NTSC model: 81 PAL model: 7C If the data of address 14 and address 15 are correct.. NTSC model: FA PAL model: 6C If the data of address 14 and address 15 are correct.... B6 (Case3) If the data of address 73 and address 74 are correct... 01 (Case5).. Connect the adjustment remote commander and set the HOLD switch to ON (SERVICE) position..

NTSC model: B1 PAL model: 06 Check that the data is the following value. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. • ENCODER Ya BIST Check Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 3 10 8B Set the data. 6 3 15 7 3 6-71 . NTSC model: F3 PAL model: 30 Check that the data is the following value. Check that the data is the following value. and press PAUSE button. IC301 ENCORDER Ya playback system is normal. and press PAUSE button. Set the data.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1-5. 6 3 15 7 3 • ENCODER Yb BIST Check Order Page Address Data 1 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 3 3 10 12 12 13 14 8C 10 00 04 Procedure Set the data. IC301 ENCODER BIST Check • Preparations Order Page Address Data 1 2 0 8 01 21 01 0F Procedure 1-6. IC301 ENCORDER Yb playback system is normal. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button. Set the data. and press PAUSE button. 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 3 12 12 13 14 10 00 04 Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Check that the data is the following value. Set the data. Processing after Completing Playback System Check Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 2 3 4 5 0 C 8 0 01 42 21 01 01 0A 03 00 Set the data. Set the data. Turn off the power and turn on again. and press PAUSE button. NTSC model: 3F PAL model: 69 If the data of address 14 and address 15 are correct. and press PAUSE button. NTSC model: 52 PAL model: 0A If the data of address 14 and address 15 are correct.

......................................................................................... OFF +48V CH2 ............................... MIC AUDIO SELECT CH2 ............................................DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3-5.... OFF REF LEVEL (Menu) ............ MIC +48V CH1 ................................................................................. 6-3-11...... 6-72 ..................................... OFF REC SELECT ..... CH1+CH2 WIND (Menu) .... Center REC LEVEL CH2 ................................ Recording (Camera mode) Main unit CH2 Audio oscillator 600 Ω CH1 Attenuator 600 Ω = 270 Ω (1-249-410-11) + 330 Ω (1-249-411-11) Playback Main unit Video jack Audio jack L 47k Ω R 47k Ω 47k Ω (1-249-437-11) Audio level meter or Distortion meter Video TV monitor Fig................................................................................................................................... –20dB AGC CH1 (Menu) .......................... AUDIO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Switch setting: AUDIO SELECT CH1 .............................. OFF REC LEVEL CH1 ............... OFF AGC CH2 (Menu) .................................................. 6-3-11...................................................................................... Center [Connection of Audio System Measuring Devices] Connect the audio system measuring devices as shown in Fig......................................................

+8.0 dB from the signal level during EMP OFF. Overall Noise Level Check Mode Camera recording and playback Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value No signal: Insert a shorting plug in the XLR jack Audio CH1 or CH2 terminal of AUDIO jack Audio level meter Below –45dBs (IHF-A filter ON. 4. Overall Level Characteristics Check Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Camera recording and playback 400Hz. –60dBs signal in the <CH2> [CH1] terminal of the XLR jack only. 2) Record in the camera mode.35kHz signal level during EMP OFF is +8.8 ± 3.0dBs 48 kHz mode: 1 kHz. 3) Playback the recorded section.0dBs.0dBs 44. +8. Overall Separation Check Mode Signal Camera recording and playback 400Hz. 3) Playback the recorded section. –60dBs signal in the XLR jack. 4) Check that the 400Hz signal level is the specified value. 4) Check that the distortion is the specified value. 5.2 ± 2. 3) Playback the recorded section. The 7. Overall Distortion Check Mode Signal Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Camera recording and playback 400Hz.0dBs Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value < > : CH1 check [ ] : CH2 channel check Checking Method 1) Input the 400Hz. 4) Check that the signal level of the audio <CH1> [CH2] terminal is the specified value. Playback Level Check Mode VTR playback Signal Alignment tape: For audio operation check (XH5-3 (NTSC)) (XH5-3P (PAL)) Audio CH1 or CH2 terminal of AUDIO jack Audio level meter and frequency counter 32 kHz mode: 1 kHz. –60dBs signal: XLR jack CH1 and CH2 Audio CH1 or CH2 terminal of AUDIO jack Audio distortion meter Below 0.1 kHz mode: The 7. 2. 4) Check that the noise level is the specified value.2 ± 2. –60dBs signal in the XLR jack.2 ± 2.4% (200Hz to 6kHz BPF ON) Checking Method 1) Input the 400Hz.2 ± 2. 6-73 . –60dBs signal: XLR jack <CH2> [CH1] (Insert a shorting plug in the XLR jack <CH1> [CH2] ) Audio <CH1> [CH2] terminal of AUDIO jack Audio level meter Below –40dBs Checking Method 1) Check that the playback signal level is the specified value. 2) Record in the camera mode. 20kHz LPF ON) Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Specified Value Checking Method 1) Insert a shorting plug in the XLR jack. 2) Record in the camera mode. 3. –60 dBs signal: XLR jack CH1 and CH2 Audio CH1 or CH2 terminal of AUDIO jack Audio level meter –11. 2) Record in the camera mode.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 1. Checking Method 1) Input the 400Hz. 3) Playback the recorded section.35kHz signal level during EMP ON is –6.

and decreases when the EDIT SEARCH– button is pressed.) After completing all adjustments. and decreases when the REW (m) button is pressed. EVR data. 1. SERVICE MODE 4-1. Page Data Address Fig. To prevent this. 8 page) in the nonvolatile memory. If it has been properly connected. The adjustment remote commander performs bi-directional communication with the unit using the remote commander signal line (LANC). 6-4-1. and decreases when the STOP (x) button is pressed. Using the adjustment remote commander 1) Connect the adjustment remote commander to the LANC terminal.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 6-4. 6-4-1. from 0 to F. D. There are altogether 256 addresses. 2) Set the HOLD switch of the adjustment remote commander to “HOLD” (SERVICE position). • Changing the page The page increases when the EDIT SEARCH+ button is pressed. 2. There are altogether 16 pages. • Changing the data (Data setting) The data increases when the PLAY (N) button is pressed. 3) Operate the adjustment remote commander as follows. F. The resultant data of this bi-directional communication is written in the non-volatile memory. C. etc. from 00 to FF. (The new adjusting data will not be recorded in the nonvolatile memory if this step is not performed. Precautions upon using the adjustment remote commander Mishandling of the adjustment remote commander may erase the correct adjustment data at times. from 00 to FF. it is recommended that all adjustment data be noted down before beginning adjustments and new adjustment data after each adjustment. Hexadecimal 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B CD E F notation LCD Display 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A b c d E F Decimal notation conversion value 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112 1314 15 • Changing the address The address increases when the FF (M) button is pressed. the LCD on the adjustment remote commander will display as shown in Fig. There are altogether 256 data. turn off the main power supply once. ADJUSTMENT REMOTE COMMANDER The adjustment remote commander is used for changing the calculation coefficient in signal processing. • Writing the adjustment data The PAUSE button must be pressed to write the adjustment data (B. 4) 6-74 .

Indicates the hexadecimal-decimal conversion table. Table. Because the upper digit of the adjustment number is B (b). and use it as the adjustment data. 6-75 . Hexadecimal-decimal Conversion Table Lower digit of hexadecimal Upper digit of hexadecimal 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 A ( A) 10 26 42 58 74 90 106 122 138 154 170 186 202 218 234 250 B (b ) 11 27 43 59 75 91 107 123 139 155 171 187 203 219 235 251 C (c ) 12 28 44 60 76 92 108 124 140 156 172 188 204 220 236 252 D ( d) 13 29 45 61 77 93 109 125 141 157 173 189 205 221 237 253 E (E) 14 30 46 62 78 94 110 126 142 158 174 190 206 222 238 254 F (F) 15 31 47 63 79 95 111 127 143 159 175 191 207 223 239 255 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A (A) 0 16 32 48 64 80 96 112 128 144 160 176 192 208 224 240 1 17 33 49 65 81 97 113 129 145 161 177 193 209 225 241 2 18 34 50 66 82 98 114 130 146 162 178 194 210 226 242 3 19 35 51 67 83 99 115 131 147 163 179 195 211 227 243 4 20 36 52 68 84 100 116 132 148 164 180 196 212 228 244 5 21 37 53 69 85 101 117 133 149 165 181 197 213 229 245 6 22 38 54 70 86 102 118 134 150 166 182 198 214 230 246 7 23 39 55 71 87 103 119 135 151 167 183 199 215 231 247 8 24 40 56 72 88 104 120 136 152 168 184 200 216 232 248 9 25 41 57 73 89 105 121 137 153 169 185 201 217 233 249 1 B ( b) C (c) D (d) E (E) F ( F) Note: The characters shown in the parenthesis ( ) shown the display on the adjustment remote commander. DATA PROCESS The calculation of the DDS display and the adjustment remote commander display data (hexadecimal notation) are required for obtaining the adjustment data of some adjustment items. after converting the hexadecimal notation to decimal notation. (Example) If the DDS display or the adjustment remote commander shows BD (bd). calculate and convert the result to hexadecimal notation. 6-4-1. and the lower digit is D (d). In this case.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-2. the meeting point “189” of 1 and 2 in the above table is the corresponding decimal number.

the data corresponding to the error is written in the first emergency address (F4 to F7). 3) Select page: 0. address: 01. be sure to initialize the data of addresses F4 to FF to “00”. • After completing adjustments/repairs. In the same way. In this case. Select page: 0. and press the PAUSE button. Emergence Memory Address Page C Address F4 to FF Address Contents F4 EMG code when first error occurs Upper: MSW code when shift starts when first F6 error occurs Lower: MSW code when first error occurs Lower: MSW code to be moved when first error F7 occurs F8 EMG code when second error occurs Upper: MSW code when shift starts when second FA error occurs Lower: MSW code when second error occurs Lower: MSW code to be moved when second error FB occurs FC EMG code when last error occurs Upper: MSW code when shift starts when last error FE occurs Lower: MSW code when last error occurs Lower: MSW code to be moved when last error FF occurs When no error occurs in this unit. and set data: 00. 2) Select page: 3.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 4-3. address: 01. 2. when the second error occurs. set data: 37. 6-76 . take note that the test mode will not be exited even when the main power is turned off. Code 00 10 11 22 23 24 30 40 42 Emergency Type No error Loading motor emergency during loading Loading motor emergency during unloading T reel emergency during normal rotation S reel emergency during normal rotation T reel emergency (Short circuit between S reel terminal and T reel terminal) FG emergency at the start up of the capstan FG emergency at the start up of the drum FG emergency during normal rotation of the drum 1. Setting the Test Mode Page D Address 10 Data Function 00 Normal 01 Forced camera power ON 02 Forced VTR power ON 03 Forced camera + VTR power ON 05 Forced memory power ON • Before setting the data . Finally. address: 01. and set data: 01. the data corresponding to the error is written in the last emergency address (FC to FF). when the last error occurs. • For page D. SERVICE MODE 2-1. Note: After completing adjustments. F8 and FC. Initializing method: 1) Select page: 0. address: 01. when first error occurs in the unit. The type of error indicated by the code are shown in the following table. and set data: 01. data “00” is written in the above addresses (F4 to FF). the data corresponding to the error is written in the second emergency address (F8 to FB). select page: 0. address: 01. EMG Code (Emergency Code) Codes corresponding to the errors which occur are written in addresses F4. and set data: 00. be sure to return the data of this address to 00. the data set is recorded in the non-volatile memory by pressing the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander. and press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander.

Cassette IN standby. Stop position in the loading state. Guide loading are performed here. 6-77 . The tension regulator is half on. MSW Code MSW when errors occur: Information on MSW (mode SW) when errors occur MSW when movement starts: Information on MSW when movements starts when the mechanism position is moved (When the L motor is moved) MSW of target of movement: Information on target MSW of movement when the mechanism position is moved Mechanical Position ← UNLOAD EJECT BL ULE BL SR BL HL BL LE BL STOP BL RP BL REW LOAD → BL Lock released Cassette compartment 1 1 1 0 = 7 1 1 1 1 = F 1 0 1 0 = 5 Code 7 F 5 D 9 E C B 3 1 1 1 1 = F 1 0 1 1 = D 1 1 1 1 = F 1 0 0 1 = 9 1 1 1 1 = F 0 1 1 1 = E 1 1 1 1 = F 0 0 1 1 = C 1 1 1 1 = F 1 1 0 1 = B 1 1 0 0 = 3 Position EJECT BL USE SR HL LE STOP RP REW 1 1 1 1 = F 1 1 1 1 = F A (LSB) B C D (MSB) LS Chassis movement section Pinch roller pressing Tension regulator Contents Position at which the cassette component lock is released. The guide will start protruding out as the mechanism moves towards the LOAD position. BLANK code. at the boundary between codes. at the farthest unload side mechanically at which the mechanism can move no further in the UNLOAD direction. When pinch roller is pressed. and the tension regulator is ON. REW position. This position is not used except for the REW mode. the mechanism is operating at this position in modes in which normal images are shown. Code during loading.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 2-2. The pinch roller separates. Current limiter turned off. When the cassette is ejected. REC. PAUSE positions. and the brake is imposed on both reels. the mechanism will stop at this position. PB. CUE. EJECT completion position. the tension regulator returns.

and the bit values for bit3 to bit0 are shown in the B column. Use the table below to discriminate if the bit value is “1” or “0”. address: 43. the state of the switch can be discriminated. 4. Switch check (1) Page 2 Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Address 43 Function VTR MODE SW (PS-4980 block) CAM STBY SW (PS-4980 block) START/STOP SW (PS-4980 block) EJECT SW (PS-4980 block) CC DOWN SW (Mechanism chassis) PHOTO FREEZE SW (CF-4980 block) PHOTO REC SW (CF-4980 block) When bit value=1 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF (UP) OFF OFF When bit value=0 ON ON ON ON ON (DOWN) ON ON Using method: 1) Select page: 2. the bit values for bit7 to bit4 are shown in the A column. 2) By discriminating the bit value of display data. Bit value discrimination Bit values must be discriminated using the display data of the adjustment remote commander for following items. 6-78 .DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 3. Display on the adjustment remote commander Address Page bit3 to bit0 discrimination bit7 to bit4 discrimination Display on the adjustment remote commander 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A (A) B (b) C (c) D (d) E (E) B F (F) bit3 or bit7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bit values bit2 bit1 or or bit6 bit5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 bit0 or bit4 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Example: If “8E” is displayed on the adjustment remote commander.

address: 04. 6-79 . the pressed key can be discriminated. 1 : XX : XX Display data 3) Select page: 6. Note: Page 1 displayed data of the adjustment remote commander. and set data: 58 or 59.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 5. 507) (FK-088)(S509) (FK-088)(S511) PAUSE FF SLOW AUDIO DUB END SEARCH (FK-088) (FK-088) (FK-088) (FK-088) (FK-088) No key input (S501) (S503) (S505) (S508) (S510) FADER BACK LIGHT SPOT LIGHT INDEX MARK FOCUS FOCUS (AUTO) FOCUS (FP-189) (FP-189) (FP-189) (FP-188) (INFINITY) (MANUAL) (FP-188) (S501) (S502) (S503) (S550) (FP-188)(S552) (S552) (FP-188)(S552) AE SHIFT WHT BAL SHUTTER SPEED GAIN AUTO LOCK AUTO LOCK AUTO LOCK (MK-016) (MK-016) (MK-016) (MK-016) (HOLD) (AUTO LOCK) (OFF) (S003) (S001) (S002) (S004) (MK-016)(S005) (MK-016)(S005) (MK-016)(S005) TITLE DIGITAL MENU MEMORY MIX ZEBRA (100%) ZEBRA (OFF) ZEBRA (70%) (CK-140) EFFECT (CK-140) (CK-140) (CK-140) (CK-140) (CK-140) (S250) (CK-140)(S255) (S258) (S260) (S263) (S263) (S263) DISPLAY TC/U-BIT IRIS AUDIO LEVEL DATA CODE PANEL CLOSE PANEL OPEN (CK-140) (CK-140) (ED-4980) (FP-194) (CK-140) (FP-197) (FP-197) (S251) (S253) (S001) (S001) (S261) (S002) (S002) MEMORY MEMORY + MEMORY – MEMORY MEMORY PANEL PANEL INDEX (CK-140) (CK-140) DELETE PLAY REVERSE NORMAL (CK-140)(S252) (S254) (S257) (CK-140)(S259) (CK-140)(S262) (FP-197)(S001) (FP-197)(S001) VOLUME – VOLUME + LCD BRIGHT – LCD BRIGHT + (FP-196) (FP-196) (FP-196) (FP-196) No key input (S004) (S003) (S002) (S001) 6. 2) By discriminating the page: 1 display data. address: 04. 2) By discriminating the display data. address: 5F to 67. the pressed key can be discriminated. address:04 00 to 20 70 to 90 58 ZOOM (HANDLE) WIDE (XZ-003 board S803) 59 ZOOM SPEED (HANDLE) ZOOM SPEED (HANDLE) HIGH LOW (XZ-003 board S801) (XZ-003 board S801) E0 to FF ZOOM (HANDLE) TELE (XZ-003 board S804) ZOOM SPEED (HANDLE) HOLD (XZ-003 board S801) Using method: 1) Select page: 6. Address 5F (KEY AD8) (IC1104 os) 60 (KEY AD0) (IC1104 od) 61 (KEY AD1) (IC1104 of) 62 (KEY AD2) (IC1104 og) 63 (KEY AD3) (IC1104 oh) 64 (KEY AD4) (IC1104 oj) 65 (KEY AD5) (IC1104 ok) 66 (KEY AD6) (IC1104 ol) 67 (KEY AD7) (IC1104 <z// ) Data 00 (00 to 0A) 19 (0B to 24) 32 (25 to 44) 59 (45 to 6E) 85 (6F to 9F) B8 (A0 to D4) EE (D5 to FF) PHOTO CUSTOM PRESET SEL/PUSH EXEC (PHOTO REC) (RM-091) (KP-013) No key input (S1100) (S550) (CF-4980)(S811) STOP REW PLAY REC EDIT EDIT (FK-088) (FK-088) (FK-088) (FK-088) SEARCH+ SEARCH– No key input (S500) (S502) (S504) (S506. Switch check (3) Page6 Page1 Address04 Page:1 display data Data of page:6. and set data: 00. Switch check (2) Page 2 Address 5F to 67 Using method: 1) Select page: 2.

addresses: BC to C6. Refer to “SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION” for detail of the self-diagnosis code. Note: This data will be erased (reset) when the cabinet (upper) handle block assy (XZ-003 board) is removed. Page 2 Address A2 to AA Address A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 AA Function Drum rotation counted time (BCD code) Minutes Hour (L) Hour (H) Year Month Day Year Month Day Remarks 10th place digit and 1st place digit of counted time (decimal digit) 1000th place digit and 100th place digit of counted time (decimal digit) After setting the clock. select the object address and set data: 00. 6-80 . 8. Record of Use check Note: When replacing the drum assembly. initialize the data of address: A2 to AA. “03” → “E” Using method: 1) The past self-diagnosis codes are displayed at page: 2. User initial power on date (BCD code) Final condensation occurrence date (BCD code) Using method: 1) The record of use data is displayed at page: 2. set the date of power on next. Initializing method: 1) Using the adjustment remote commander.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 7. Record of Self-diagnosis check Page 2 Address B0 B1 B2 B4 B5 B6 B8 B9 BA BC BD BE C0 C1 C2 C4 C5 C6 Address B0 to C6 Self-diagnosis code “Repaired by” code (Occurred 1st time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred 1st time) “Detailed” code (Occurred 1st time) “Repaired by” code (Occurred 2nd time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred 2nd time) “Detailed” code (Occurred 2nd time) “Repaired by” code (Occurred 3rd time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred 3rd time) “Detailed” code (Occurred 3rd time) “Repaired by” code (Occurred 4th time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred 4th time) “Detailed” code (Occurred 4th time) “Repaired by” code (Occurred 5th time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred 5th time) “Detailed” code (Occurred 5th time) “Repaired by” code (Occurred the last time) *1 “Block function” code (Occurred the last time) “Detailed” code (Occurred the last time) *1 : “01” → “C”. Note: This data will be erased (reset) when the cabinet (upper) handle block assy (XZ-003 board) is removed. addresses: A2 to AA.

set data: 00. and set data: 01. At this time. capstan motor or mechanism deck. address: 01. 3) Select page: 0. 10. reset the data of the addresses corresponding to the replaced parts to “00”. Note: Press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time to set the data. 05. so be sure to reset both addresses. and input the data noted down. 2) Select page: A. Replaced parts Mechanism deck Drum assy Capstan motor 3) 02. address: 01. 0D (DRUM RUN) z z Address 04. Page A Address 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 Address 00 to 13 Name OPERATION (L) OPERATION (H) DRUM RUN (L) DRUM RUN (H) TAPE RUN (L) TAPE RUN (H) THREADING (L) THREADING (H) CHECK SUM (L) CHECK SUM (H) OPERATION (L) OPERATION (H) DRUM RUN (L) DRUM RUN (H) TAPE RUN (L) TAPE RUN (H) THREADING (L) THREADING (H) CHECK SUM (L) CHECK SUM (H) Contents Power supply operation counted time (Lower digits) Power supply operation counted time (Upper digits) Drum rotation counted time (Lower digits) Drum rotation counted time (Upper digits) Capstan rotation counted time (Lower digits) Capstan rotation counted time (Upper digits) Unloading counter (Lower digits) Unloading counter (Upper digits) Check sum (Lower digits) Check sum (Upper digits) Power supply operation counted time (Lower digits) Power supply operation counted time (Upper digits) Drum rotation counted time (Lower digits) Drum rotation counted time (Upper digits) Capstan rotation counted time (Lower digits) Capstan rotation counted time (Upper digits) Unloading counter (Lower digits) Unloading counter (Upper digits) Check sum (Lower digits) Check sum (Upper digits) Resetting method: 1) Select page: 0. Processing before replacing IC1105: 1) Note down the data of page: A. and input data: 00. and set data: 01. Note: Press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time to set the data. 0C. Note: Same data is memorised in two addresses. 03. (VC-358D board IC1105 (EEPROM)). Processing after replacing IC1105 : 1) Select page: 0. 6-81E . 2) Select the addresses indicated by z in the following table corresponding to the replaced parts. 07. When replacing the drum assy. 0E. address: 01. address: 01. address: 00 to 13. replace IC1105 (EEPROM) on VC-358D board. replace IC1105 in the following order to copy the HRS METER data. address: 00 to 13. 0F (TAPE RUN) z z 06. HRS METER data re-writing procedure When a user forgets a password.DSR-PD170/PD170P/PD190P 9. HRS METER (Hours meter) The data of “HRS METER” of the menu are memorized in addresses 00 to 13 of page A. set data: 01. 11 (THREADING) z Select page: 0.

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DSR-PD170P ©2003 Sony Corporation .3-087-464-11 (1) DSR-PD170P Digital Camcorder Operating Instructions Before operating the unit. and retain it for future reference. please read this manual thoroughly.

This product with the CE marking complies with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community. marked with or mark) must be used. NOTICE ON THE SUPPLIED AC POWER ADAPTOR FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard. E3 (urban outdoors) and E4 (controlled EMC environment ex. do not open the cabinet. If you should lose the fuse cover. Your Digital camcorder is loaded with advanced features. You will soon be producing home video that you can enjoy for years to come. For the Customers in Europe This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.e. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.Welcome! Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony Digital camcorder. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover. With your Digital camcorder. but at the same time it is very easy to use. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Voor de klanten in Nederland 2 Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in als klein chemisch afval (KCA). Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European standards: •EN60065:Product Safety (supplied AC Adaptor only) •EN55103-1:Electromagnetic Interference (Emission) •EN55103-2:Electromagnetic Susceptibility (Immunity) This product is intended for use in the following Electromagnetic Environment(s): E1 (residential). a fuse of the same rating as the supplied one and approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.LINK cable again. please contact your nearest Sony service station. you can capture life’s precious moments with superior picture and sound quality. restart the application or disconnect and connect the i. do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. . E2 (commercial and light industrial). To avoid electrical shock. Notice If static electricity or electromagnetism causes data transfer to discontinue midway (fail). Never use the plug without the fuse cover. Applicable only to ports interfacing with cables whose total length according to the manufacturer’s functional specification may exceed 1 m. TV studio) ATTENTION The electromagnetic fields at the specific frequencies may influence the picture and sound of this digital camcorder.. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced.

org/.A. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.S. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.rbrc. CAUTION You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. and can radiate radio frequency energy and.S. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. you may call: Sony Customer Information Center 1-800-686SONY (7669) The number below is for the FCC related matters only. For customers in the U. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However. — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.A and CANADA CAUTION TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: — Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Oradell. You can help preserve our environment by returning your used rechargeable batteries to the collection and recycling location nearest you. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. uses. Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking LithiumIon batteries. Regulatory Information Declaration of Conformity SONY DCR-PD170P Sony Electronics Inc. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.: 201-930-6972 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. NJ07649 U. — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. including interference that may cause undesired operation. For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable batteries. or visit http://www. Telephone No.: Responsible Party: Address: 3 . If you have any questions about this product. This equipment generates. Trade Name: Model No. and (2)this device must accept any interference received.S. 680 Kinderkamack Road. — Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable. call toll free 1-800-822-8837.A. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT. The supplied interface cable must be used with the equipment in order to comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. FULLY INSERT. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.For customers in the U.

. 11 Step 3 Setting the date and time .......... 25 Spot light ...................................................................... 67 Searching a recording by date – Date search ............................ 136 Writing a print mark – Print mark .................................. 174 4 ......................................... 35 Using the guide frame .............................. 59 Interval recording ............................... 26 Checking the recording – END SEARCH / EDITSEARCH / Rec Review .......................... 129 Copying an image recorded on a “Memory Stick” to tapes ...... 155 Maintenance information and precautions ............................................ 113 Recording still images on a “Memory Stick” – Memory Photo recording ............................................... SCAN ................................. 57 Focusing manually ....................................................... 33 Advanced Recording Operations Recording a still image on a tape – Tape Photo recording ........................... 36 Using the wide mode .................................................... 105 “Memory Stick” Operations Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction ................. 90 Superimposing a title ................................................................................................. 95 Making your own titles ................................................... 16 Step 4 Inserting a cassette .................................................................................................................................................................................... 142 About i........................................................................ 72 Editing Dubbing a tape ..................................... 65 Searching the boundaries of recorded tape by title – Title search ............ 81 Recording video or TV programs ................... 51 Adjusting the recording level manually – Sound recording level ............. 99 Labeling a cassette ................. 103 Customizing Your Camcorder Changing the menu settings .............. 53 Connecting an optional external microphone ........... 152 Warning indicators and messages ...................................Table of contents Quick Start Guide .............................. 146 Self-diagnosis display ......... 153 Using your camcorder abroad ................................................................................. 161 Quick Reference Identifying the parts and controls ...................................................... 10 Step 2 Preparing the power supply ....................... 5 Getting Started Using this manual ................................... 162 Quick Function Guide .... 43 Adjusting the white balance ................................................................................ 55 Presetting the adjustment for picture quality – Custom preset .... 37 Using the fader function . 34 Shooting with all the pixels – PROG............... 28 Viewing the recording on TV ... 139 Additional Information Compatibility of DVCAM and DV formats ....... 64 Advanced Playback Operations Searching for a recording by index – Index search ...... 18 Shooting backlit subjects (BACK LIGHT) ..................................... 70 Playing back a tape with digital effects . 40 Shooting with manual adjustment ..... 140 Usable cassettes ..................................... 135 Deleting images .................. 118 Superimposing a still image in a “Memory Stick” on a moving picture – MEMORY MIX .............................................................................................................................. 121 Recording an image from a tape as a still image .................. 75 Using with an analog video unit and a PC – Signal convert function .....................................................LINK .... 132 Playing back images continuously – SLIDE SHOW ............... 101 Erasing the cassette memory data ........................................ 63 Marking an Index .... 60 Frame by frame recording – Cut recording .................. 173 Index ............................................ 27 Playback – Basics Playing back a tape ................. 62 Superimposing the date and time on a picture .......................... 144 Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 156 Specifications ........................................... 124 Copying still images from a tape – Photo save ............................. 68 Searching for a photo – Photo search/Photo scan ... 38 Using special effects – Digital effect .......................... 82 Audio dubbing .................................... 17 Recording – Basics Recording a picture ............... 7 Checking supplied accessories .................................... 86 Setting time values ..................................... 127 Viewing a still picture – Memory Photo playback .................................... 134 Preventing accidental erasure – Image protection .......................................................................................... 73 Dubbing only desired scenes – Digital program editing ................................................... 9 Step 1 Installing the microphone ............................................

Quick Start Guide Inserting a cassette 1 While pressing the small blue button on the EJECT switch. to INPUT1 Connecting the mains lead (p. Insert the cassette into the cassette compartment with the window facing out and the write-protect tab facing upward. See the pages in parentheses “( )” for more information. Installing the microphone (p. 11).Quick Start Guide This guide introduces you to the basic way of recording/playback. 4 PUSH Write-protect tab 5 . Connect the plug with its v mark facing toward the LCD panel side. 17) 2 Push the middle portion of the back of the cassette to insert it. slide it in the direction of the arrow. Close the cassette lid by pressing the PUSH button on the cassette lid. 10) Install the supplied microphone with the model name (ECM-NV1) facing upward. (p. Window 3 Close the cassette compartment by pressing the PUSH mark on it. AC Adaptor (supplied) Open the DC IN jack cover. Be sure to connect the microphone plug to the INPUT1 connector. 15) Use the battery pack when using your camcorder outdoors (p.

see page 47. OPEN If the ND1 or ND2 indicator flashes. Your camcorder starts recording. the LCD panel. 1 Open the shutter of the hood with a lens cap.Recording a picture (p. 2 3 Press m to rewind the tape. POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) 2 Set the POWER switch to CAMERA while pressing the small green button. POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) 3 MEMORY Slide OPEN back in the B mark direction to open the LCD panel. REW PLAY . POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY NOTE Do not pick up your camcorder by holding the viewfinder. 28) 1 Set the POWER switch to VCR while pressing the small green button. 6 Quick Start Guide MEMORY Monitoring the playback picture on the LCD screen (p. For more information about attaching the hood with a lens cap. see page 165. 4 Press START/ STOP. press START/STOP again. use the viewfinder placing your eye against its eyecup. 18) Viewfinder When the LCD panel is closed. To stop recording. Press N to start playback. or the microphone. the battery pack.

101) For details. 68) •Searching for a photo – photo search (p. see page 142. The functions which require different operations depending on whether or not the tape has cassette memory are: •Searching the end point of the recording – end search (p. We recommend that you use a tape with cassette memory . 67) •Superimposing a title (p. buttons and settings on your camcorder are shown in capital letters. Tapes with cassette memory are marked with 7 . (Cassette Memory). Getting Started When you carry out an operation. you can hear a beep or a melody sound to indicate that the operation is being carried out. 27.g. Set the POWER switch to CAMERA.— Getting Started — Using this manual As you read through this manual. Note on cassette memory Your camcorder is based on the DVCAM/DV format. 95) •Making your own titles (p. e. 65) •Searching a recording by date – date search (p. 99) •Labeling a cassette (p. 70) The functions you can operate only with cassette memory are: •Searching the boundaries of recorded tape by title – title search (p. You see this mark in the introduction of the features that are operated only with cassette memory. 31) •Searching a recording by index – index search (p.

•Be careful when placing the camera near a window or outdoors. red. To view your recordings on a TV. These points are normal in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. Doing so might cause your camcorder to malfunction. •Never leave your camcorder exposed to temperatures above 60 °C (140 °F). 8 .Using this manual Note on TV colour systems TV colour systems differ by country or region. you need a PAL system-based TV. Exposing the LCD screen. films.99% of the pixels are operational for effective use. •Do not directly shoot the sun. Letting your camcorder get wet may cause your camcorder to malfunction. Precautions on camcorder care Lens and LCD screen/finder • The LCD screen and the finder are manufactured using extremely high-precision technology. etc. Copyright precautions Television programs. and other materials may be copyrighted. [a] [b] [c] Contents of the recording cannot be compensated if recording or playback is not made due to a malfunction of the camcorder. video tapes. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired [a]. Take pictures of the sun in low light conditions such as dusk. so over 99. •Do not let your camcorder get wet. Keep your camcorder away from rain and sea water. However. the finder or the lens to direct sunlight for long periods may cause malfunctions [c]. video tape. blue or green in colour) that constantly appear on the LCD screen and the finder. Unauthorized recording of such materials may be contrary to the provision of the copyright laws. such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight [b]. there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (white.

Checking supplied accessories Make sure that the following accessories are supplied with your camcorder. Mains lead (1) (p. 171) 5 A/V connecting cable (1) (p. 12) 4 R6 (size AA) battery for Remote Commander (2) (p. 169) 0 VCL-HG0758 wide conversion lens (1) (p. 33. 168). 11. 165) 8 LSF-S58 lens hood (1) (p. Wind screen (1) (p. 1 2 3 Getting Started 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 qa 1 Wireless Remote Commander (1) (p. 170) 2 AC-L15A/L15B AC Adaptor (1). 166) 7 Hood with a lens cap (1) (p. 10) 9 . 10). 168) 9 Hood cap (1) (p. 73) 6 Shoulder strap (1) (p. Carrying pouch (1) qa Microphone (1) (p. 12) 3 NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack (1) (p.

only on the channel 1. using the REC CH SELECT switch. (6) Select the channel to be used.Step 1 Installing the microphone Install the supplied microphone. set it to CH1•CH2. (5) Set the INPUT LEVEL selector to MIC or MIC ATT. (2) Loosen the microphone holder screw and open the cover. 10 . (3) Place the microphone into the holder with the model name (ECM-NV1) facing upward. and tighten the screw. When you unplug the microphone plug Unplug it while holding the PUSH button down. 105). which comes from the microphone connected to the INPUT 1 connector. close the cover. set it to CH1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 REC CH SELECT CH1•CH2 CH1 INPUT LEVEL ON OFF +48V INPUT LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT ON OFF +48V REC CH SELECT CH1•CH2 CH1 INPUT LEVEL ON OFF +48V INPUT LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT ON OFF +48V LINE MIC MIC ATT LINE MIC MIC ATT INPUT1 INPUT2 INPUT1 INPUT2 When the wind is blowing hard Set CH1 or CH2 of WIND to ON in the menu settings according to the input (p. (4) Connect the plug of the microphone to the INPUT 1 connector. And set the +48 V switch to ON. Be sure to connect the microphone plug to the INPUT1 connector. When set to MIC ATT. When you record both on the channels 1 and 2. When you record a sound (signal). (1) Attach the wind screen to the microphone. you can reduce the volume by about 20 dB.

Slide the battery pack out in the direction of the arrow while pressing BATT RELEASE down. Slide the battery pack until it clicks.Step 2 Preparing the power supply Installing the battery pack Install the battery pack to use your camcorder outdoors. Getting Started 1 2 To remove the battery pack Lift up the viewfinder. BATT RELEASE 11 . (2) Insert the battery pack in the direction of the V mark on the battery pack. (1) Lift up the viewfinder.

To fully charge the battery (full charge). (3) Connect the mains lead to a wall socket. (1) Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the AC Adaptor supplied with your camcorder to the DC IN jack with the plug‘s v mark facing toward the LCD panel side. leave the battery pack attached for about one hour after normal charge is completed until FULL appears on the display window. (2) Connect the mains lead to the AC Adaptor. Note on the remaining battery time indicator The remaining battery time indicator on the LCD screen/display window or in the viewfinder indicates the recording time using the viewfinder. Fully charging the battery allows you to use the battery longer than usual. 4 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY After charging the battery pack Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack on your camcorder. The indicator may not be correct. Charging begins. (4) Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). it takes about one minute for the correct remaining battery time to be displayed. normal charge is completed. Your camcorder operates only with the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (L series).Step 2 Preparing the power supply Charging the battery pack Use the battery pack after charging it. depending on the conditions in which you are recording. When the remaining battery indicator changes to u. The remaining battery time is indicated in minutes on the display window. 12 . When you close the LCD panel and open it again.

Getting Started Charging time Battery pack NP-F330 (supplied) NP-F550 NP-F730/F750 NP-F960 Full charge (Normal charge) 150 (90) 210 (150) 300 (240) 420 (360) Approximate minutes to charge an empty battery pack Recording time Battery pack NP-F330 (supplied) NP-F550 NP-F730 NP-F750 NP-F960 Recording with the viewfinder Continuous 60 (55) 130 (115) 230 (205) 265 (235) 480 (430) Typical* 30 (30) 70 (60) 125 (110) 145 (130) 265 (240) Recording with the LCD screen Continuous 50 (45) 110 (100) 190 (170) 230 (200) 420 (375) Typical* 25 (25) 60 (55) 105 (95) 125 (110) 235 (210) Approximate minutes of recording time when you use a fully charged battery Numbers in parentheses “( )” indicate the time using a normally charged battery. no indicator appears or the indicator flashes in the display window in the following cases: – The battery pack is not installed correctly. disconnect the plug from a wall socket. and then use it until it fully discharges again. The actual battery life may be shorter. •Keep the battery pack dry. – Something is wrong with the battery pack. 13 . While charging the battery pack.. This may cause a short-circuit.min” appears in the display window.Step 2 Preparing the power supply Notes •Prevent metallic objects from coming into contact with the metal parts of the DC plug of the AC Adaptor. Keep the battery pack in a cool place.. If a malfunction occurs. Until your camcorder calculates the actual remaining battery time “.. damaging the AC Adaptor. zooming and turning the power on/off. •When the battery pack is not to be used for a long time. When using the AC Adaptor Be sure to use it near the wall socket. charge the battery pack once fully. * Approximate minutes when recording while you repeat recording start/stop. You cannot use the NP-500/510/710 battery pack on your camcorder. – The AC Adaptor is disconnected.

Your camcorder operates only with the “InfoLITHIUM” battery. The battery life will be shorter if you use your camcorder in a cold environment. “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. This unit is compatible with the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (L series). charge the battery pack fully again. Notes •The supplied battery pack is charged a little. If the camcorder is immediately turned off Even if the remaining battery time is enough to operate. You cannot use the NP-500/510/710 battery pack on your camcorder.Step 2 Preparing the power supply Playing time Battery pack NP-F330 (supplied) NP-F550 NP-F730 NP-F750 NP-F960 Playing time on LCD screen 70 (65) 145 (130) 260 (235) 305 (265) 560 (500) Playing time with LCD closed 85 (75) 180 (160) 295 (265) 365 (325) 660 (590) Approximate minutes of playing time when you use a fully charged battery Numbers in parentheses “( )” indicate the time using a normally charged battery. 14 . •Some types of battery packs may not be sold in your region or country. The correct remaining time is displayed. What is ”InfoLITHIUM?” The “InfoLITHIUM” is a lithium ion battery pack which can exchange data such as battery consumption with compatible video equipment. •Approximate recording time and continuous playing time at 25°C (77°F). “InfoLITHIUM” battery packs (L series) have the mark.

Using a car battery Use the Sony DC Adaptor/Charger (optional). we recommend that you power it from a wall socket using the AC Adaptor. (1) Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the AC Adaptor to the DC IN jack on your camcorder with the plug‘s v mark facing toward the LCD panel side. This means that the battery pack cannot supply any power if the mains lead is connected to the DC IN jack.Step 2 Preparing the power supply Connecting to a wall socket When you use your camcorder for a long time. Notes •The mains lead must only be changed at an authorized service shop. even if the set itself has been turned off. •The DC IN jack has source priority.3 Precaution The set is not disconnected from the AC power source (wall socket) as long as it is connected to the wall socket. 15 . even when the mains lead is not plugged into a wall socket. (3) Connect the mains lead to a wall socket. (2) Connect the mains lead to the AC Adaptor. •AC Adaptor can supply power even if the battery pack is attached to your camcorder. Getting Started 1 2.

the date and time may be cleared from memory (bars may appear) because the built-in rechargeable battery installed in your camcorder will have been discharged (p.----” as date will be recorded.-. 1. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Press MENU to display the menu in the standby mode.-:. Note on the time indicator The internal clock of this camcorder operates on a 24-hour cycle.-:.-” as time. The clock starts to move. the day. then press the dial.7 MENU 2 TC/UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME 3 SETUP MENU 1 1 2003 CLOCK SET 12:00:00 LTR S I ZE RETURN SETUP MENU CLOCK SET LTR S I ZE 2003 RETURN 1 1 12 00 [MENU] : END [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 6 4 SETUP MENU CLOCK SET LTR S I ZE 2003 RETURN 7 4 SETUP MENU 4 7 2003 CLOCK SET 17:30:00 LTR S I ZE RETURN 2003 1 1 2003 1 1 [MENU] : END 17 30 12 00 12 00 [MENU] : END The year changes as follows: 1995 1996 2003 2079 If you do not set the date and time “. the hour and then the minute. If you do not use your camcorder for about four months. then the month. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust to the desired year. 16 . Set the month. then press the dial. (6) Set the minute by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial and pressing the dial by the time signal. then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select CLOCK SET. First.Step 3 Setting the date and time Set the date and time when you use your camcorder for the first time. set the year. "CLOCK SET" will be displayed each time that you set the POWER switch to CAMERA or MEMORY unless you set the date and time settings. day and hour by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial and pressing the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . and “-. (7) Press MENU to make the menu settings disappear.158).

slide it in the direction of the arrow. Insert the cassette in a straight line deeply into the cassette compartment with the window facing out and the write-protect tab facing upward. If the grip strap prevents the cassette lid from opening fully Adjust the length of the grip strap (p. Getting Started 2 3. 142). After the cassette lid is opened. (5) Close the cassette lid until it clicks by pressing the PUSH button on the lid. To prevent accidental erasure Slide the write-protect tab on the cassette to SAVE. When you use cassettes with cassette memory Read the instruction about cassette memory to use this function properly (p. 11). If flashes even if the cassette has been inserted Press the PUSH button again to close the cover firmly.4 Window 5 PUSH PUSH Write-protect tab To eject a cassette Follow the procedure above. the cassette compartment automatically opens. Note The cassette lid will not be closed when you press any part of the lid other than the PUSH button. 166). (4) Close the cassette compartment by pressing the PUSH mark on it. and take out the cassette in step 3. (2) While pressing the small blue button on the EJECT switch. 17 .Step 4 Inserting a cassette (1) Install the power source (p. (3) Push the middle portion of the back of the cassette to insert it.

18 .11 to 17) for more information. The camera recording lamps located on the front and rear of your camcorder light up. see page 165. Camera recording lamps Microphone 1 OPEN 4 Handle REC START/STOP REC START/STOP 2 5 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3 40min REC 00:00:00:01 (CHG) LOCK POWE R VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY DVCAM 32K If the ND1 or ND2 indicator flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder The ND filter is necessary. You can use REC START/STOP located on the handle or front instead of START/STOP on the rear. This is not a malfunction. Set the ND FILTER selector to 1 or 2. and it disappears from the viewfinder screen. Your camcorder is set to the standby mode. (4) Slide OPEN in the direction of the B mark to open the LCD panel. However. if you change the position during recording. the brightness of the picture may change or audio noise may occur. (3) Set the POWER switch to CAMERA while pressing the small green button. We recommend that you check the position of the ND FILTER selector before shooting. press START/STOP again. For more information about attaching the hood with a lens cap. Note Fasten the grip strap firmly. The picture now being shot is displayed on the LCD screen. See “Step 2” to “Step 4” (p. (1) Open the shutter of the hood with a lens cap. (2) Install the power source and insert a cassette.— Recording – Basics — Recording a picture Your camcorder automatically focuses for you. The “REC” indicator appears. See “Using the ND filter” on page 47. To stop recording. (5) Press START/STOP. Your camcorder starts recording.

You can record on a tape 1. use the mini DV cassette. When you want to record in the DV format or to make longer recording. Recording – Basics Usable cassettes You can record both on mini DVCAM cassettes and on mini DV cassettes using your camcorder. To enable smooth transition Transition between the last scene you recorded and the next scene is smooth as long as you do not eject the cassette even if you turn off your camcorder. The picture quality may improve in this mode. set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). set REC MODE to DV SP in the menu settings. 19 . This is to prevent the tape wear and save the battery power. If you leave your camcorder in standby mode for five minutes The head drum of the camcorder automatically stops rotating. •You cannot record on a tape in LP mode in the DV format. however. Note on the LOCK switch When you slide the LOCK switch to the left. Select the format in the menu settings. The LOCK switch is set to the right as a default setting. The playback picture may be distorted or the time code may not be written properly between scenes when you change the recording format. To re-start recording. check the following: •When you change the battery pack. Notes •If you record in the DV format. If you use a mini DV cassette without setting REC MODE to DV SP The recordable time is 2/3 time that indicated on the cassette. However. We recommend that you use mini DVCAM cassettes and set REC MODE to DVCAM in the menu settings to obtain reliable clear pictures. the image may shake when it is played back. Cassettes that can be played back with your camcorder You can play back both cassettes recorded in the DVCAM format or in the DV format. the POWER switch can no longer be set to MEMORY accidentally. •Do not mix recordings in the DVCAM format and the DV format on one tape. the transition of a tape may not be smooth. you cannot play back cassettes that recorded in LP mode in the DV format. When you use a tape with cassette memory. however. SCAN to ON in the menu settings before shooting (p. This is not a malfunction. We recommend that you set the LOCK switch to the left when you record on a cassette. Note on the progressive recording mode If you intend to use the images on your PC or play the images back as still images. When you use a mini DV cassette. 27). we recommend that you set PROG. 105).5 times longer than the DVCAM format. but if you shoot a moving subject.Recording a picture Note on the recording format Your camcorder records and plays back both in the DVCAM format and in the DV format SP mode. press the START/STOP button. It may take more time to start recording. you can make the transition smooth even after ejecting the cassette if you use the end search function (p.

Note When the LCD panel is open. if you close the LCD panel with the LCD screen turned over. 20 . (Default setting) However. Pictures in the mirror mode The picture on the LCD screen is a mirror-image. Some of the other indicators appear mirror-reversed and others are not displayed. indicators appear normally. However.Recording a picture Adjusting the LCD screen The LCD panel is opened up to 90 degrees and it rotates about 90 degrees to the viewfinder side and about 180 degrees to the lens side. 180° 180 90° OPEN To close the LCD panel. set it vertically and swing it into the camcorder body until it clicks. If you turn the LCD panel over so that it faces the other way in standby or recording mode. this does not hold true for the following cases: •When shooting in the mirror mode •When LCD panel is closed with the screen surface facing out •When VF POWER is set to ON in the menu settings When you adjust the angle of the LCD panel Make sure that the LCD panel is opened up to 90 degrees. When using both the LCD screen and the viewfinder during shooting The usable time of the battery pack when using both the LCD screen and the viewfinder will be shorter a little than when using the viewfinder only. no picture will be displayed on the viewfinder. However. the indicator appears on the LCD screen and in the viewfinder (Mirror mode). the recording picture will be normal. Indicators in the mirror mode The STBY indicator appears as zX and REC as z.

In this case. Use the viewfinder instead of the LCD screen to save the battery power. Lift up the viewfinder or rotate the LCD panel with the screen facing up to record from a low position.L. press LCD BRIGHT + or –. Select LCD B. START/ STOP REC REC START/ STOP 21 . and LCD COLOUR items in the menu settings The recorded picture will not be affected.L. Recording in a low position You can record in a low position to get an interesting recording angle. 105). it is useful to use the REC START/STOP located on the handle or front of the camcorder. Even if you do the LCD screen adjustment using the LCD BRIGHT +/– buttons. The battery life is longer when the LCD panel is closed.Recording a picture Adjusting the brightness of the LCD screen To adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. or using LCD B. Recording – Basics LCD BRIGHT To brighten To darken On the LCD screen backlight You can change the brightness of the backlight. in the menu settings (p.

Lift up the viewfinder and move the viewfinder lens adjustment lever. Adjust the viewfinder lens to your eyesight so that the images in the viewfinder come into sharp focus. See page 164 for details.Recording a picture After recording (1) (2) (3) (4) Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). item in the menu settings (p. Close the LCD panel. Eject the cassette. use the VF B. Remove the battery pack. Adjusting the viewfinder If you record pictures with the LCD panel closed. 22 . Even if you adjust the viewfinder screen backlight The recorded picture will not be affected. 105). check the picture with the viewfinder.L. The eyecup You can attach the eyecup with the large part of it located on both left and right. Viewfinder adjustment lever To adjust the brightness of the viewfinder screen.

You can shoot a subject that is at least about 80 cm (about 2 feet 5/8 inch) away from the lens surface in the telephoto position. you cannot operate the handle zoom lever. • The handle zoom switch does not interlock with the zoom lever of the camcorder. T 23 . you can control the zoom by your desired speed and you can make fine adjustments. the zoom may not respond to the zoom ring adjustment. To zoom with the zoom ring Using the zoom ring.Recording a picture Using the zoom feature To zoom using the zoom lever/handle zoom lever Press the power zoom lever a little for a slower zoom. During recording. you can change the zooming speed using the handle zoom switch. H: Fast L: Slow Handle zoom switch W T Recording – Basics W T W Notes • When the handle zoom switch is set to OFF. “T” side: for telephoto (subject appears closer) “W” side: for wide-angle (subject appears farther away) When using the handle zoom lever. press the “W” side of the power zoom lever until the focus is sharp. Using the zoom function sparingly results in better-looking recordings. Rotate the zoom ring with appropriate speed. Zoom ring For wide-angle For telephoto Note If you turn the zoom ring quickly. or about 1 cm (about 1/2 inch) away in the wide-angle position. Press it deeper for a faster zoom. When you shoot close to a subject If you cannot get a sharp focus. turn the zoom ring to the desired speed.

When you have selected it. You cannot use the digital zoom: – When you set PROG. [c] STBY/REC [d]Time code/User bits [e] Remaining tape This appears after you insert a cassette. – When the POWER switch is set to MEMORY. W T The right-ended portion of the bar shows the digital zooming zone. [a] [b] [c] 40min REC 00:00:00:01 45min [d] [e] [f] [g] 4 7 2003 ND1 DVCAM 32K 12:05:56 [h] [k] [j] [i] [a] Remaining battery time This appears after you turn on the power and wait for a while. [b]Cassette memory This appears when using a tape with cassette memory. 105). SCAN to ON in the menu settings (p. the ND filter mode displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder will disappear. Indicators displayed during recording The indicators are not recorded on the tapes. The digital zoom function is set to OFF as a default setting (p. if you set D ZOOM to 24× or 48× in the menu settings. [f] Guide frame [g]DVCAM format/DV format in SP mode [h]Audio mode [i] Time [j] ND filter The most suitable mode will flash regardless of the current mode. [k] Date 24 . 105). If you use the digital zoom function. The digital zooming zone appears when you set D ZOOM to 24× or 48×. the picture quality deteriorates.Recording a picture Using the digital zoom – Zoom greater than 12× Zoom greater than 12× is performed digitally.

Recording – Basics Shooting backlit subjects (BACK LIGHT) When you shoot a subject with the light source behind the subject or a subject with a light background. Remaining tape indicator The indicator may not be displayed accurately depending on the tape. however. When you want to display the date and time during shooting. 25 . On user bits display You can display the user bits. or memory mode. FADER BACK LIGHT SPOT LIGHT BACK LIGHT If you press SPOT LIGHT when using the backlight function The backlight function will be canceled and the spot light function will be enabled. it is automatically recorded on the tape. When you manually adjust more than two of the following functions: iris.Recording a picture Time code The time code indicates the recording or playback time. 90). The time code can be preset or be reset during recording (p. Note on date/time Recording date/time is not displayed during shooting. 94). You cannot rewrite only the time code. once you record with the date and time. To cancel. pressing TC/U-BIT (p. Press BACK LIGHT in standby. However. you cannot erase them. The . recording. and shutter speed You cannot use the backlight function. You can check the recording date/time during playback by pressing DATA CODE. You can preset the time code. gain. indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. set DATE REC to ON in the menu settings. “00:00:00:00” (hours : minutes : seconds : frames). use the backlight function. press BACK LIGHT again.

from appearing excessively white when shooting subjects lit by strong light. To cancel. or memory mode. for example. FADER BACK LIGHT SPOT LIGHT SPOT LIGHT If you press BACK LIGHT when using the spot light function The spot light function will be canceled and the backlight function will be enabled. You cannot use the spotlight mode while in the following settings: – Old movie – Shutter speed value of 1/25 or smaller – When you manually adjust more than two of the following functions: iris. recording. and shutter speed 26 .Recording a picture Spot light This function prevents people’s faces. The indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. gain. press SPOT LIGHT again. such as in the theater. Press SPOT LIGHT in standby.

If there is a blank portion at the beginning or between the recorded portions. End search function When you use a tape without cassette memory. The last few-seconds of picture is played back and the camcorder returns to standby. You can monitor the sound from the speaker or headphones. 142). You can monitor the sound from the speaker or headphones. the end search function does not work once you eject the cassette after you have recorded on the tape. The camcorder rewinds or fast-forwards the tape and the last five-second recorded picture is played back. the end search function may not work correctly (p. You cannot monitor the sound. Press END SEARCH in standby mode. If you use a tape with cassette memory. the end search function works even once you eject the cassette. Recording – Basics END SEARCH EDITSEARCH Searching the end point of the recording — END SEARCH You can easily go to the end of the last recorded portion.Checking the recording – END SEARCH / EDITSEARCH / Rec Review You can use these buttons to check recorded pictures or shoot so that the transition between the last recorded scene and the next scene you record is smooth. If you press START/STOP. The recorded picture is played back. +: to go forward – : to go backward Release EDITSEARCH to stop playback. After playback the camcorder turns to standby mode. 27 . Checking the last recorded picture — Rec Review You can check the last recorded portion. Press the –7 side of EDITSEARCH momentarily in standby mode. Changing the next recording start point — EDITSEARCH You can change the next recording start point in standby mode. Hold down the +/– side of EDITSEARCH in standby mode. re-recording begins from the point you released EDITSEARCH.

(5) Press N to start playback. 4 REW 5 PLAY 2 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) 6 VOLUME MEMORY 3 1 To stop playback Press x. you can monitor the playback picture in the viewfinder. You can also control playback using the Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder. (1) Install the power source and insert the recorded tape. (2) Set the POWER switch to VCR while pressing the small green button. 28 . (6) To adjust the volume. (3) Slide OPEN in the direction of the B mark to open the LCD panel. If you close the LCD panel. The video control buttons light up. (4) Press m to rewind the tape. press either of the VOLUME +/– buttons .— Playback – Basics — Playing back a tape You can monitor the playback picture on the LCD screen.

when the LCD panel is turned over to view on the LCD screen. To control the display of the screen indicators Press DISPLAY on the camcorder or on the Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder.Playing back a tape When monitoring on the LCD screen You can turn the LCD panel over and move it back to the camcorder body with the LCD screen facing out. press DISPLAY again. Playback – Basics When you close the LCD panel You cannot monitor the sound from the speaker. The indicators appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. you can monitor the sound from the speaker. To make the indicators disappear. However. DISPLAY DATA CODE DISPLAY DATA CODE 29 .

33). white balance. When you want to display the date and time during shooting. However. once you record with the date and time. gain. – The tape was recorded by the camcorder without the date and time set.: --” (time) appears if: – A blank portion of the tape is being played back. – The tape is unreadable due to tape damage or noise.: -. exposure mode) t no indicator Date/time Various settings 4 7 2003 12:05:56 AUTO 50 ATW F1. When you use the data code function.----” (date) or “-. you cannot erase them. If the aperture adjustment is set to minimum “CLOSE” is displayed at the location of the aperture value. it is automatically recorded on the tape. Data code When you connect your camcorder to the TV. The display changes as follows: date/time y no indicator Recording data Recording data is your camcorder’s information when you have recorded something. the data code also appears on the TV screen (p. Note on the date/time indicator Recording date/time is not displayed during shooting.Playing back a tape Using the data code function Your camcorder automatically records not only images on the tape but also the recording data (date/time or various settings when recorded) (Data code). Press DATA CODE on the camcorder or on the Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder in playback mode.6 0dB [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] SteadyShot OFF Exposure mode White balance Gain Shutter speed Aperture value To not display the various settings Set DATA CODE to DATE in the menu settings (p. You can check the recording date/time during playback by pressing DATA CODE. In CAMERA mode. aperture value. 105). set DATE REC to ON in the menu settings. the recording data will not be displayed. however.-. The display changes as follows: date/time t various settings (SteadyShot. 30 . “-. shutter speed.

press N. release the button. To resume playback. then press ×2 on the Remote Commander. To search the last scene recorded (END SEARCH) Press END SEARCH in stop mode. To resume rewinding or advancing. press N or X.Playing back a tape Various playback modes To operate video control buttons. To view the picture at slow speed (slow playback) Press y during playback. To view the picture frame-by-frame Press C on the Remote Commander in playback pause mode. When you play back a tape in reverse Horizontal noise may appear at the center. To view a still picture (playback pause) Press X during playback. To resume normal playback. To advance the tape Press M in stop mode. To resume normal playback. 31 . press N. To resume normal playback. To monitor the picture at high-speed while advancing or rewinding the tape (skip scan) Keep pressing m while rewinding or M while advancing the tape. To resume normal playback. For double speed playback in the reverse direction. For slow playback in the reverse direction. press N. release the button. press N. For frame-by-frame playback in the reverse direction. To resume normal playback. or the top and bottom of the screen. Playback – Basics To rewind the tape Press m in stop mode. This is not a malfunction. To resume normal playback. then press y. press N. this function does not work for a signal output through the DV Interface. set the POWER switch to VCR. press . To resume normal playback. When the playback pause mode lasts for five minutes Your camcorder automatically enters the stop mode. To locate a scene monitoring the picture (picture search) Keep pressing m or M during playback. press Remote Commander. To change the playback direction Press on the Remote Commander during playback to reverse the playback direction. press N. In various playback modes •Sound is muted. however. •The previous picture may remain as a mosaic image during playback. press N. The last five seconds of the recorded portion plays back and stops. press c. Slow playback Slow playback can be performed smoothly on your camcorder. on the To view the picture at double speed Press ×2 on the Remote Commander during playback. To resume normal playback.

32 . “DV SP” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder during playback. You cannot play back DV-formatted tapes recorded in LP mode.Playing back a tape Note on DV-formatted tapes You can play back DV-formatted tapes on this camcorder if the tape is recorded in SP mode.

set the TV/VCR selector on the TV to VCR. Connect the S video cable (optional) to the S video jacks on both your camcorder and the TV or the VCR. This connection produces higher quality DVCAM/DV format pictures. If your TV or VCR has an S video jack Connect using an S video cable (optional) to obtain high-quality pictures. Refer to the operating instructions of your TV or VCR. set COLOUR BAR to ON in the menu settings (p. S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO CH1/CH2 Playback – Basics (optional) Yellow AUDIO CH1/CH2 White : Signal flow Red IN S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO If your TV is connected to a VCR Connect your camcorder to the line input on the VCR by using the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder. Set the input selector on the VCR to LINE. 33 . With this connection. 105).Viewing the recording on TV Connect your camcorder to your TV or VCR with the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder to watch the playback picture on the TV screen. Connect your camcorder to the TV using the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder. Open the jack cover.15). When monitoring the playback picture on the TV screen. you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable. When you adjust the TV screen If you monitor the shooting picture. The colour bar is displayed on the TV screen. If your TV or VCR is a monaural type Connect with the TV or VCR using the audio cable (monaural y stereo) (optional). we recommend that you power your camcorder from a wall socket using the AC Adaptor (p. You can operate the video control buttons in the same way as when you monitor playback pictures on the LCD screen. Then. not the playback picture.

•Do not shake the camcorder during tape photo recording. •The PHOTO button does not work: – While the fader function is set or in use. release PHOTO. and then press and hold PHOTO lightly. the image may be blurred. (1) In standby mode. 34 . Press PHOTO deeper. select an image again. the recorded image may be blurred. When shooting a moving object in Tape Photo recording When playing back the image by another unit. Besides the operation described here. To do tape photo recording using the Remote Commander Press PHOTO on the Remote Commander. To change the image. The CAPTURE indicator appears. Notes •During tape photo recording. keep pressing PHOTO lightly until a picture freezes. When you do tape photo recording during normal CAMERA recording You cannot check an image on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder by pressing PHOTO lightly. your camcorder can record still images on a “Memory Stick” (p. 118). you cannot change the mode or setting. (2) Press PHOTO deeper. Your camcorder immediately records an image on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. 1 2 CAPTURE PHOTO ••••••• PHOTO The number of still images recordable on a cassette You can record about 340 images in the DVCAM format on a 40-minute DVCAM cassette and about 510 images in the DV format on a 60-minute DV cassette. The still image is displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder until recording is completed. The still image is then recorded for about seven seconds and your camcorder returns to standby mode. See page 35 for details. Recording does not start yet. – While the digital effect function is set or in use. This mode is useful when you print images using a video printer (optional). This is not a malfunction. The sound during those seven seconds is also recorded.— Advanced Recording Operations — Recording a still image on a tape – Tape Photo recording You can record still images on tapes with all the pixels in the progressive recording mode. The still image on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder is recorded for about seven seconds.

SCAN RETURN OFF ON PROG. moving images recorded in this mode may be subject to too much jitter. This is not a malfunction. 1 5 MENU MENU 2-4 MANUAL SET AUTO SHTR PROG. which may cause the image of a moving object to go out of focus. then press the dial. In the progressive recording mode You cannot use the following operations: – Digital zooming – Wide mode When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use the progressive mode. If you want to stop this phenomenon. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . SCAN To import moving images to your PC to view still images. set PROG. then press the dial. we recommend recording in normal mode. and thus are more suitable for analysing high-speed action such as sports scenes. Note on the progressive recording mode A normal TV broadcast divides the screen into two finer fields and displays them in turns every 1/50 of a second. To use progressive recording mode. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Press MENU to erase the menu display. the resolution of the still picture is clearer than in the normal mode. In this mode. SCAN MANUAL SET AUTO SHTR PROG. follow the procedure below. To view moving images. This camcorder is originally programed to record in the normal TV format. SCAN. 35 . This camcorder takes in an image every 2/25 of a second. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON. The PROG. a rare phenomenon may happen in which the screen lights up brightly (Flicker phenomenon). Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PROG. SCAN [MENU] : END MANUAL SET AUTO SHTR PROG. Displaying the whole image simultaneously on a full screen is called displaying with all the pixels. (Since this camcorder takes in an image every 1/15 of a second in progressive recording mode. SCAN RETURN [MENU] : END ON [MENU] : END To return to normal mode Select OFF in step 4. Still images produced this way are more stable than those recorded on tapes in normal mode.Shooting with all the pixels – PROG. SCAN to OFF in the menu settings. then press the dial. SCAN indicator lights up.) Advanced Recording Operations (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Press MENU to display the menu in standby mode. we recommend you record in progressive recording mode. When shooting under fluorescent light When shooting in progressive recording mode under fluorescent light or light bulbs. Thus. the actual image displayed in an instant covers only half of the apparent image area.

Using the guide frame
You can easily make the picture be on a horizontal line using the guide frame. The guide frame is not recorded.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Press MENU to display the menu in standby, recording, or memory mode. , then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select GUIDEFRAME, then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. Press MENU to erase the menu display. The guide frame is displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.

1 5

MENU

2-4

LCD / VF SET LCD B. L. LCD COLOUR VF B. L. GU I DEFRAME LCD / VF SET LCD B. L. LCD COLOUR VF B. L. GU I DEFRAME OFF [MENU] : END ON RETURN LCD / VF SET LCD B. L. LCD COLOUR VF B. L. GU I DEFRAME ON [MENU] : END RETURN

MENU

[MENU] : END

To clear the guide frame
Select OFF in step 4, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial or simply press DISPLAY. Note The guide frame indicates only a rough level. The size and position of the guide frame do not affect the setting of the camcorder. If you set GUIDEFRAME to ON The other screen indicators are also displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.

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Using the wide mode
You can record a 16:9 wide picture to watch on a 16:9 wide-screen TV (16:9WIDE). Black bands appear on the screen during recording in the 16:9WIDE mode [a]. The picture during playing back in the 4:3 mode on a wide-screen TV [b] or a normal TV [c]* is compressed in the widthwise direction. If you set the screen mode of the widescreen TV to the full mode, you can watch pictures of normal images [d]. * Played in 4:3 mode. When you play a picture in the wide mode, it appears as you have seen on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder [a].

[a]
16:9WIDE

[b]

[d]
Advanced Recording Operations

[c]

In standby mode, set 16:9WIDE to ON in

in the menu settings (p. 105).

MENU

To cancel the wide mode
Set 16:9WIDE to OFF in the menu settings (p. 105). In wide mode, you cannot select the following modes: – Old movie – Progressive recording mode During recording You cannot operate the wide mode function. When you cancel the wide mode, set your camcorder to the standby mode and then set 16:9WIDE to OFF in the menu settings.

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Using the fader function
You can fade the picture in or out to give your recording a professional appearance.

[a]
FADER

STBY

REC

OVERLAP*

WIPE*

DOT* (Random)

* Fade in only

[b]

STBY

REC

MONOTONE When fading in, the picture gradually changes from black-and-white to colour. When fading out the picture gradually changes from colour to black-and-white.

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Using the fader function
(1) When fading in [a] In standby mode, press FADER until the desired fader indicator flashes. When fading out [b] In recording mode, press FADER until the desired fader indicator flashes. The indicator changes as follows: FADER t MONOTONE t OVERLAP t WIPE t DOT t no indicator The last selected fader mode is indicated first. (2) Press START/STOP. After the fade in/out is carried out, your camcorder automatically returns to the normal mode.
Advanced Recording Operations

1
FADER
FADER

2

POWER
VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY

To cancel the fader function
Press FADER until the indicator disappears. Note You cannot use the following functions while using the fader function, and vice versa: – Digital effect – Tape Photo recording – Interval recording – Cut recording When the OVERLAP, WIPE, or DOT indicator appears Your camcorder automatically stores the image recorded on a tape. As the image is being stored, the fader indicator flashes fast, and the playback picture appears.

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Using special effects – Digital effect
You can add special effects to recorded pictures using the various digital functions. The sound is recorded normally. STILL You can record a still image so that it is superimposed on a moving picture. FLASH (FLASH MOTION) You can record still images successively at constant intervals. LUMI. (LUMINANCEKEY) You can swap a brighter area in a still image with a moving picture. TRAIL You can record the picture so that an incidental image like a trail is left. OLD MOVIE You can add an old movie type atmosphere to pictures. The black bands appear on the upper and lower of the screen to change the virtual screen size to the cinemascope size, and the picture effect is set to SEPIA. Still image STILL Moving picture

Still image LUMI.

Moving picture

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Using special effects – Digital effect
(1) In standby or recording mode, press DIGITAL EFFECT. The digital effect indicator appears. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired digital effect mode. The digital effect indicator changes as follows: STILL y FLASH y LUMI. y TRAIL y OLD MOVIE (3) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. The indicator lights up and the bar appears. In STILL and LUMI. modes, the still image is stored in memory. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the effect.
Items to be adjusted
Advanced Recording Operations

STILL FLASH LUMI. TRAIL OLD MOVIE

The rate of the still image you want to superimpose on the moving picture The interval of flash motion The colour scheme of the area in the still image which is to be swapped with a moving picture The time until the incidental image vanishes No adjustment necessary

The longer the bar on the screen, the stronger the digital effect. The bar appears in the following modes: STILL, FLASH, LUMI. and TRAIL.

3 1 2
DIGITAL EFFECT

LUMI.

4
LUMI.

To cancel the digital effect
Press DIGITAL EFFECT. The digital effect indicator disappears.

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Using special effects – Digital effect
Notes •The following functions do not work in digital effect mode: – Fader – Tape Photo recording – Shutter speed (1/25 or smaller) adjustment •The following functions do not work in old movie mode: – Wide mode – Spot light mode – Shutter speed adjustment When you turn the power off The digital effect will be automatically canceled.

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Shooting with manual adjustment
Under normal conditions, this unit automatically makes various adjustments as it shoots. However, you can adjust the following functions manually to suit your preference. Functions you can adjust by setting the AUTO LOCK selector to the center (auto lock release) position Iris, gain, shutter speed, and white balance Functions you can adjust in menu settings Deactivating the SteadyShot
Advanced Recording Operations

Functions you can adjust by using other selectors/rings ND filter, zebra pattern, focus, AE shift, and zoom The following describes how to adjust all the functions mentioned above except white balance (p. 51), focus (p. 59), and zoom (p. 23). AUTO LOCK selector Set the selector as shown below to maintain or release the settings of the functions.
AUTO LOCK

[a] [b]
HOLD

[c]

AUTO LOCK [a] Select this position to let the unit adjust all the functions automatically. HOLD [b] Select this position after setting the functions manually to maintain the settings. Manual position (AUTO LOCK release) [c] Select this position to adjust the functions listed above manually. If you use the video flash light (optional) We recommend that you set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK. Notes •When you manually adjust more than two of the following functions during backlight or spot light mode: iris, gain, and shutter speed, the backlight or spot light function will be automatically canceled. •The functions (iris, gain, and shutter speed) that are not adjusted manually will be automatically adjusted according to shooting conditions.

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2 •IRIS 1 F2. Zooming in telephoto position offers a smaller depth of field while the depth of field in the wide-angle position is greater. select a higher value.Shooting with manual adjustment Adjusting the iris Adjust the iris manually depending on the depth of field. or memory mode. The iris indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.. recording.. About the depth of field The depth of field is the in-focus range. measured from the distance behind a subject to the distance in front. Raising the F value (small iris) provides a larger depth of field.8 AUTO LOCK HOLD 3 To return to automatic iris mode Set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK or press IRIS. Lowering the F value (large iris) reduces the depth of field. As you turn the dial. (2) Press IRIS. (3) Turn the IRIS dial to adjust the iris. the F value changes as follows: F1. y F11 y CLOSE For a smaller aperture. The iris indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen.6 y . (1) Set the AUTO LOCK selector to the center (auto lock release) position while the camcorder is in standby. The depth of field can vary with the iris (F value) and the focal length. The depth of field Shallow Iris Near open (Low F value) Zoom Telephoto (T) Deep Near close (High F value) Wide (W) 44 .

(2) Press GAIN. or memory mode. Advanced Recording Operations 1 AUTO LOCK 2 GAIN 0dB HOLD 3 To return to automatic gain mode Set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK or press GAIN. The gain indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen.Shooting with manual adjustment Adjusting the gain (1) Set the AUTO LOCK selector to the center (auto lock release) position while the camcorder is in standby. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the gain. The gain indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. 45 . recording. As you turn the dial the gain value changes between 0 dB and 18 dB.

recording. When shooting at slow shutter speed At slow shutter speed. (2) Press SHUTTER SPEED. a rare phenomenon may happen in which the screen lights up brightly depending on the shutter speed (Flicker phenomenon). As you turn the dial. 46 . The shutter speed indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen. Adjust the focus manually using a tripod.. If you set the shutter speed value to 1/25 or smaller You cannot use the spot light (p. 40) functions. or memory mode. 1 AUTO LOCK 2 SHUTTER SPEED 50 HOLD 3 To return to automatic shutter speed mode Set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK or press SHUTTER SPEED.. select a smaller setting (large value indicator on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder). automatic focus may be lost. When shooting under fluorescent light or light bulbs When shooting under fluorescent light or light bulbs. y 1/3500 y 1/6000 y 1/10000 To increase the shutter speed. 26) and digital effect (p. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired speed. The shutter speed indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. the shutter speed changes as follows: 1/3 y 1/6 y 1/12 y .Shooting with manual adjustment Adjusting the shutter speed (1) Set the AUTO LOCK selector to the center (auto lock release) position while the camcorder is in standby.

When ND 1 flashes. When the ND1 or ND2 indicator flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder The ND filter is necessary. the picture may be blurred or audio noise may occur. •When shooting a too bright object. Set the ND FILTER selector to OFF so that the indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen.Shooting with manual adjustment Using the ND filter Using the ND filter (the ND filter 1 setting corresponds to 1/4 of the quantity of light and the ND filter 2 setting corresponds to 1/32 of the quantity of light). Advanced Recording Operations When ND OFF flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder The ND filter is not necessary. Using the ND filter will reduce influence of such phenomenon. set the ND FILTER selector to 2 so that the ND 2 indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen. ND FILTER 2 1 OFF Notes •If you set the ND FILTER selector to another positions during recording. diffraction off the small aperture may cause slight off set in focusing. you can record a picture clearly by adjusting light amounts. This phenomenon is quite common with a use of a video camera recorder. even if you shoot under too bright conditions. set the ND FILTER selector to 1 so that the ND 1 indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen. We recommend that you check the position of the ND FILTER selector before shooting. If you use the video flash light (optional) Set the ND FILTER selector to OFF when you use the flash. and you can attain a better shooting condition. When ND 2 flashes. 47 . The ND filter is now deactivated.

ZEBRA OFF 70 100 Setting 70 100 OFF Meaning The zebra pattern appears in the portion of the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder with a subject whose brightness is about 70 %. the zebra pattern is not recorded. Use the zebra pattern as a guide for adjusting the exposure and shutter speed so that you can get the desired picture. You can check the picture level of a subject by displaying the zebra pattern. the portion of the picture where zebra pattern appears is an area of high brightness and overexposure. The zebra pattern appears in the portion of the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder with a subject whose brightness exceeds more than 100 %. When the ZEBRA selector is set to 100. 48 . To erase the zebra pattern Set the ZEBRA selector to OFF.Shooting with manual adjustment Shooting with the zebra pattern You can set the camcorder to display a zebra pattern (diagonal stripes) in the portion of the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder with a subject whose brightness exceeds a certain level. Set the ZEBRA selector to 70 or 100 in standby or memory mode. Note on shooting with the zebra pattern Even though you see the zebra pattern on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. The zebra pattern does not appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.

then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . these lens may influence the SteadyShot function. 49 . Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select STEADYSHOT. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Press MENU to display the menu in standby or memory mode. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OFF. Press MENU to erase the menu display.5 MENU [MENU] : END To activate the SteadyShot function again Select ON in step 4. then press the dial. •If you use a tele conversion lens (optional) or a wide conversion lens (supplied). REC W I ND RETURN CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT OFF FRAME REC I NT. REC W I ND RETURN 1. Notes on the SteadyShot function •The SteadyShot function will not correct excessive camera-shake.Shooting with manual adjustment Releasing the SteadyShot function When the SteadyShot function is working. You can release the SteadyShot function when you do not need to use it. then press the dial. The indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. the camcorder compensates for camerashake. Advanced Recording Operations 2-4 CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16 : 9W I DE STEADYSHOT FRAME REC I NT. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. REC W I ND CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT ON FRAME REC OFF I NT. Do not use the SteadyShot function when shooting a stationary object with a tripod.

recording. 1 AE SHIFT 0 2 To deactivate AE shift Set the AE shift value to 0. When you adjust AE shift The –4 to +4 indicator is displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (1) Press AE SHIFT in standby. or memory mode. The AE shift indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. or press AE SHIFT. The number varies corresponding to the AE shift level. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the brightness. 50 .Shooting with manual adjustment Adjusting the AE shift You can adjust the AE shift in accordance with shooting conditions and a subject.

(2) Press WHT BAL.Adjusting the white balance White balance adjustment makes white subjects look white and allows more natural colour balance for camera recording. or fireworks • Under a colour matching fluorescent lamp n (Indoor) • Lighting condition changes quickly • Too bright a place such as a photography studio • Under sodium lamps or mercury lamps 51 . Follow the procedure described on the next page to adjust the setting again. You can obtain better results by adjusting the white balance manually when lighting conditions change quickly or when recording outdoors: e. just after sunset. (1) Set the AUTO LOCK selector to the center (auto lock release) position while the camcorder is in standby. or memory mode. Normally. white balance is automatically adjusted. neon signs. The white balance indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. This operation is not available during recording. the display changes as follows: (One-push white balance) y (Outdoor) y n (Indoor) Advanced Recording Operations 1 AUTO LOCK 2 3 WHT BAL HOLD Indicator Shooting conditions • Adjusting the white balance according to the light source. just before sunrise. (Outdoor) • Recording a sunset/sunrise.. fireworks. recording. As you turn the dial.g. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the appropriate white balance mode under the following conditions. neon signs.

You can achieve recording with natural colours without the image being affected by ambient light. use the n (indoor) mode. (2) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. 52 . or use the automatic white balance mode. indicator does not stop flashing after you press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial If the The white balance cannot be set. Shooting when lighting conditions have changed •When lighting conditions have changed. white balance may not be adjusted appropriately. the indicator stops flashing. The setting will be maintained even if the battery is detached. •In automatic white balance mode. the setting is locked and maintained even if lighting conditions change. readjust the white balance using the (one-push white balance) mode . If you use the n (indoor) mode. The indicator flashes quickly.Adjusting the white balance If you have selected in step 3 When you set the white balance to one-push white balance mode. Use the automatic white balance mode. •When you shoot with fluorescent lighting. The white balance indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen. (With the indicator on the screen) (1) Aim a white object such as paper fully. – You bring your camcorder outdoors from the interior of a house. Notes on white balance •When you shoot with studio lighting or video lighting. To return to automatic adjustment Set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK or press WHT BAL. When the white balance has been adjusted and stored in the memory. or vice versa. point your camcorder at a white subject for about 10 seconds after setting the POWER switch to CAMERA to get a better adjustment when: – You detach the battery for replacement. readjust the white balance while the camcorder is in standby mode.

Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select AUDIO SET.7 3. b) LINKED is only available when both AGC CH1 and AGC CH2 are set to OFF. Use headphones to monitor the sound when you adjust it. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the setting of the item. then press the dial. (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display. then press the dial. You can adjust the channel 1 and channel 2 separately. Press MENU to display the menu. Selecting the channel to be adjusted manually Set the POWER switch to CAMERA or VCR.6 ON TAPE SET AUD I O SET AGC CH1 AGC CH2 MAN GA I N RETURN ON OFF TAPE SET AUD I O SET AGC CH1 AGC CH2 [MENU] : MAN GA I N END RETURN OFF [MENU] : END [MENU] : END Items to be adjusted Item AGC CH1 Setting ON OFF AGC CH2a) ON OFF MAN GAINa)b) SEPARATED LINKED Meaning Switches the recording level adjustment of the channel 1 from automatic (ON) and manual (OFF). 53 .Adjusting the recording level manually – Sound recording level You can adjust the recording sound level. then press the dial. Sets the recording levels of channel 1 and channel 2 linked (LINKED) or separated (SEPARATED). Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item. . a) This is only available when connecting the external microphone to the INPUT2 connector. then press the dial. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Advanced Recording Operations 1 2.4 MENU POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY TAPE SET REC MODE AUD I O MODE REMA I N M I C NR AUD I O SET TAPE SET AUD I O SET AGC CH1 AGC CH2 [MENU] : MAN GA I N END RETURN 5. Switches the recording level adjustment of the channel 2 from automatic (ON) and manual (OFF).

And set AGC CH2 to ON when you automatically adjust the recording level of the channel 2. When the recording level is adjusted manually The recording level indicator appears at the lower-right on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. then press the dial. however.2 0 dB 54 . When AGC CH1 or AGC CH2 is set to ON You can see the recording level adjustment display. The sound input through the AUDIO CH1/CH2 jacks or You cannot adjust the recording level. When MAN GAIN is set to LINKED The recording level adjustment display is changed as follows. you cannot adjust the recording level of the channel that the item above is set to ON.” and you can adjust the recording level of the channel 2. 30 20 12 CH1 CH2 CH1. 1. The cursor moves to “CH2.Adjusting the recording level manually– Sound recording level To adjust the recording level automatically Set AGC CH1 to ON when you automatically adjust the recording level of the channel 1. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the recording level of the channel 2.2 AUDIO LEVEL [a] 30 20 12 CH1 CH2 CH1 CH2 0 dB 3 [b] [c] 30 20 12 CH1 CH2 CH1 CH2 0 dB [a] Recording level meter [b] Decreases the recording level [c] Increases the recording level To clear the recording level adjustment display Press AUDIO LEVEL again. DV Interface Adjusting the recording level (1) Press AUDIO LEVEL to display the recording level adjustment display in standby or recording mode. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the recording level of the channel 1.

Used channels according to the position of the REC CH SELECT switch are as follows: Audio input through INPUT1 INPUT2 The position of the REC CH SELECT switch CH1 CH1•CH2 CH1 CH1•CH2 The audio is recorded on Advanced Recording Operations Channel 1 Channels 1/2 Channel 2 — (5) Set the following settings. connecting multiple microphones or an optional microphone to your camcorder. you can reduce the volume by about +20 dB. When connecting audio equipment Set the +48 V switch to OFF and set the INPUT LEVEL selector to LINE.2 3 4. Select the channel to be used.5 REC CH SELECT CH1•CH2 CH1 INPUT LEVEL ON OFF +48V INPUT LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT ON OFF +48V LINE MIC MIC ATT INPUT1 INPUT2 REC CH SELECT +48 V INPUT LEVEL 55 . Connect the microphone (optional) to the INPUT1 or INPUT2 connector. using the REC CH SELECT switch. When connecting a microphone Set the INPUT LEVEL selector to MIC or MIC ATT. Detach the supplied microphone and unplug the cable from the camcorder. (1) (2) (3) (4) Loosen the microphone holder screw and open the cover. And set the +48V switch to ON if the microphone is powered through its cable. When set to MIC ATT.Connecting an optional external microphone You can get your desired audio quality. 1.

Connecting an optional external microphone
When the wind is blowing hard Set CH1 or CH2 of WIND to ON in the menu settings according to the input (p. 105). We recommend that you set MIC NR to OFF in the menu settings in the following cases: •When you use the external microphone at a distance from the camcorder. •When the REC CH SELECT switch is set to CH1 and you will not record any audio via the INPUT2 connector. •When you set the INPUT LEVEL selector to LINE. When you unplug the microphone plug Unplug it while holding the PUSH button down. Notes •When you use an external microphone, make sure that the wind screen does not appear on the screen, using an underscan monitor. •If you use equipment other than a 48-V microphone with the +48V switch set to ON, a malfunction of the equipment may occur. When you connect equipment other than a 48-V microphone, set it to OFF.

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Presetting the adjustment for picture quality – Custom preset
You can preset the camcorder to record the picture with the desired picture quality. When presetting, adjust the picture by shooting a subject and checking the picture displayed on a TV using the menu settings.

(1) Press CUSTOM PRESET to display the CUSTOM PRESET menu in standby or memory mode. (2) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET, then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item, then press the dial. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the selected item, then press the dial. (7) Press CUSTOM PRESET. appears on the The CUSTOM PRESET menu disappears and the indicator LCD screen or in the viewfinder.

Advanced Recording Operations

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CUSTOM PRESET OFF SET COLOUR LVL SHARPNESS WB SH I FT AGC LIMIT OFF RESET

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CUSTOM PRESET SET COLOUR LVL SHARPNESS WB SH I FT AGC LIMIT RESET RETURN CUSTOM PRESET COLOUR LVL [CP] : END

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Presetting the adjustment for picture quality
Items to be adjusted Meaning Item COLOUR LVL Colour intensity SHARPNESS WB SHIFT AGC LIMIT RESET Sharpness White balance Auto Gain-limit Sets items above to the default settings. Adjustment value Decreases colour intensity y Increases colour intensity Softer y Sharper Bluish y Reddish 6 dB/12 dB/OFF

To cancel using the custom preset
Select OFF in step 4, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.

To return to the standard setting
Select OK from the RESET item in step 5, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. To cancel, select RETURN, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.

To check the custom preset setting
Press CUSTOM PRESET while the camcorder is in standby, recording or memory mode. The custom preset setting appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. About the AGC limit When adjusting the gain manually, the level of the gain is up to 18 dB (OFF). When you preset the desired picture quality in CAMERA or memory mode The preset is only available in each mode you preset. If you want to use a preset both in CAMERA and memory modes, you have to preset in each mode.

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Focusing manually
You can gain better results by manually adjusting the focus in the following cases: •The autofocus mode is not effective when shooting – subjects through glass coated with water droplets – horizontal stripes – subjects with little contrast with backgrounds such as walls and sky •When you want to change the focus from a subject in the foreground to a subject in the background •Shooting a stationary subject when using a tripod

Advanced Recording Operations

(1) Slide FOCUS down to MANUAL. The 9 indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder in recording, standby, or memory mode. (2) Turn the focus ring to sharpen the focus.

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AUTO MAN

INFINITY

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To return to the autofocus mode
Slide FOCUS up to AUTO to turn off the 9 or indicator.

To focus in infinity
Slide FOCUS to INFINITY. The indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. This function is useful when the nearer subject is focused automatically, even though you want to focus on a faraway subject.

To shoot with auto focusing momentarily
Press PUSH AUTO. The auto focus functions while you are pressing PUSH AUTO. Use this button to focus on one subject and then another with smooth focusing. When you release PUSH AUTO, manual focusing resumes. To obtain the correct focus First, focus on a subject manually with the zoom set toward the “T” (telephoto) side, then adjust the zoom by pressing the “W” side of the lever gradually. When you shoot close to the subject Focus at the end of the “W” (wide-angle) position. 9 changes as follows: when recording a distant subject. when the subject is too close to focus on.

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Interval recording
You can make a time-lapse recording by Example setting the camcorder to automatically record 1s and standby sequentially. You can achieve an [a] excellent recording for flowering, emergence, etc., with this function. [a] Recording time [b]Waiting time
1s 9 min 59 s

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9 min 59 s

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Press MENU to display the menu in standby mode. , then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select INT. REC, then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET, then press the dial. Set INTERVAL and REC TIME. 1 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select INTERVAL, then press the dial. 2 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired interval time, then press the dial. The time: 30SEC y 1MIN y 5MIN y 10MIN 3 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select REC TIME, then press the dial. 4 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired recording time, then press the dial. The time: 0.5SEC y 1SEC y 1.5SEC y 2SEC RETURN, then press the dial. 5 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select

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CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16 : 9W I DE STEADYSHOT FRAME REC I NT. REC W I ND CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT FRAME REC OFF I NT. REC W I ND RETURN CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT FRAME REC ON I NT. REC OFF W I ND RETURN SET

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Interval recording
(6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display. The interval recording indicator flashes. (8) Press START/STOP to start interval recording. The interval recording indicator lights up.

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Advanced Recording Operations

POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY

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CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16 : 9W I DE STEADYSHOT FRAME REC ON I NT. REC W I ND RETURN

MENU

[MENU] : END

To cancel the interval recording
•Set INT. REC to OFF in the menu settings. •Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG), VCR or MEMORY.

To stop the interval recording momentarily and perform normal recording
Press START/STOP. You can perform normal recording only once. To cancel the normal recording, press START/STOP again. Note on interval recording You cannot do interval recording in memory mode. On recording time There may be a discrepancy in recording time of up to +/– 6 frames from the selected time. Even if you press INDEX MARK during interval recording You cannot mark an index.

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Frame by frame recording – Cut recording
You can make a recording with a stop-motion animated effect using cut recording. To create this effect, alternately move the subject a little and make a cut recording. We recommend that you use a tripod, and operate the camcorder using the Remote Commander after step 6.

Press MENU to display the menu in standby mode. , then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select FRAME REC, then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. Press MENU to erase the menu display. The FRAME REC indicator lights up. (6) Press START/STOP to start cut recording. The camcorder makes a recording for about six frames, and returns to recording standby. (7) Move the subject, and repeat step 6.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

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VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY

CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16 : 9W I DE STEADYSHOT FRAME REC I NT. REC W I ND CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT FRAME REC OFF I NT. REC ON W I ND RETURN CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT FRAME REC ON I NT. REC W I ND RETURN

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FRAME REC

MENU

[MENU] : END

To cancel the cut recording
•Set FRAME REC to OFF in the menu settings. •Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG), VCR, or MEMORY. Notes on cut recording •The last recorded cut is longer than other cuts. •The proper remaining tape time is not indicated if you use this function continuously. •You cannot mark an index during cut recording.

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Superimposing the date and time on a picture
You can superimpose the date/time indication directly on the picture, besides the date/ time display as data code.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Press MENU to display the menu in standby mode. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select , then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select DATE REC, then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. Press MENU to erase the menu display. The date/time indicator displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.
Advanced Recording Operations

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2-4
MENU
OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER D I SPLAY DATE REC REC LAMP COLOUR BAR HRS METER OTHERS WORLD T I ME [MENU] BEEP : END COMMANDER D I SPLAY DATE REC OFF REC LAMP ON COLOUR BAR HRS METER OTHERS WORLD T I ME RETURN [MENU] BEEP : END COMMANDER D I SPLAY DATE REC ON REC LAMP COLOUR BAR HRS METER RETURN [MENU] : END

To cancel superimposing the date/time indication
Select OFF in step 4, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Note You cannot erase the recorded date/time data on the picture. Before using this function, make sure that you set the date and time correctly.

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Notes on the index •Index marks are recorded during recording. The “INDEX STBY” indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. the index marking is complete. you cannot mark an index after recording. 64 . •When you record over the recorded tape and mark an index on the tape. The camcorder starts index-marking at the 11th frame from the recording start point. In standby mode [b]: Press INDEX MARK. 65). If you use cassettes without cassette memory or the cassette memory is full. •Index signals will be recorded both on the tape and on cassette memory. and on a tape about five seconds.Marking an Index If you mark an index at the scene you want to search for.3 sec. 83). And when you press START/STOP to start recording. The “INDEX MARK” indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder for seven seconds and the index is marked after the indicator disappears. we recommend that you clear all data in the cassette memory before marking an index. In recording mode [a]: Press INDEX MARK. You can mark an index in VCR mode (p. the “INDEX STBY” indicator changes to “INDEX MARK” and after the indicator disappears. the signals will be recorded only on the tape. [a] REC [b] STBY INDEX MARK I NDEX STBY I NDEX MARK REC I NDEX MARK To cancel index marking Press INDEX MARK again in standby mode. An index signal will be recorded on cassette memory about 0. you can easily search for the scene later (p.

65 .— Advanced Playback Operations — Searching for a recording by index – Index search You can automatically search for the point where an index is marked and start playback from that point (Index search). Use a tape with cassette memory for convenience. 142). or > on the Remote Commander to select the index point for playback. (2) Set CM SEARCH in to ON in the menu settings (p. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . Advanced Playback Operations 1 POWER 3 INDEX SEARCH SEARCH MODE 1 5 / 9 / 03 1 7 : 30 8 : 50 2 6 / 9 / 03 3 24 / 12 / 03 10 :30 4 1 / 1 / 04 23:25 5 11 / 2 / 04 16:11 6 29 / 4 / 04 13:45 CH CAM LINE CAM CAM CAM CAM VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 4 INDEX SEARCH 1 5 / 9 / 03 1 7 : 30 2 6 / 9 / 03 8 : 50 3 24 / 12 / 03 10 :30 4 1 / 1 / 04 23:25 5 11 / 2 / 04 16:11 6 29 / 4 / 04 13:45 CH CAM LINE CAM CAM CAM CAM To stop searching Press x. Use this function to check where indexes are marked or to edit the tape at each sequence where the index is marked. Searching for the index point using cassette memory You can use this function only when playing back a tape with cassette memory (p. Your camcorder automatically starts playing back at the selected index point. until the index search indicator appears. The default setting is ON. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. 105).

To stop searching Press x. or >. Searching for the index point without using cassette memory (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The index search function may not work correctly. on the Remote Commander to search for the previous index point or press > on the Remote Commander to search for the next index point. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . indicates the actual point you are trying to search for. Each time you press . 66 . your camcorder searches for the previous or next index point. If you want to search for the index point.Searching for a recording by index – Index search In the mark •The bar in the •The mark in the mark indicates the present point on the tape. until the index search indicator appears. If using a tape (2) Set CM SEARCH in without cassette memory. to OFF in the menu settings (p. set CM SEARCH to OFF in the menu settings and search for the index point without cassette memory. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. 105). The index of the recording start point when recorded from external audio equipment The index mark is not recorded in cassette memory when recorded from external audio equipment. If you mark an index onto an external input signal “LINE” appears in the CH column. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the selected index point. skip this step.

(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. Advanced Playback Operations 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3 TITLE SEARCH SEARCH MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 4 TITLE SEARCH 3 4 5 6 7 8 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 To stop searching Press x.Searching the boundaries of recorded tape by title – Title search If you use a tape with cassette memory. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The title search function may not work correctly. Your camcorder automatically starts playback of the scene having the title that you selected. to ON in the menu settings (p. or > on the Remote Commander to select the title for playback. until the title search indicator appears. 105). If you use a tape without cassette memory You cannot superimpose or search for a title. 142). indicates the actual point you are trying to search for. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. In the mark •The bar in the •The mark in the mark indicates the present point on the tape. The default setting (2) Set CM SEARCH in is ON. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . you can search for the boundaries of recorded tape by title (Title search) (p. 67 .

105). (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the beginning of the selected date. (2) Set CM SEARCH in to ON in the menu settings (p. Searching for the date using cassette memory You can use this function only when playing back a tape with cassette memory (p. until the date search indicator appears. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. Use this function to check where recording dates change or to edit the tape at each recording date. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . The default setting is ON. 1 POWER 3 DATE SEARCH SEARCH MODE 1 5 / 9 / 03 2 6 / 9 / 03 3 24 / 12 / 03 4 1 / 1 / 04 5 11 / 2 / 04 6 29 / 4 / 04 VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 4 DATE SEARCH 1 5 / 9 / 03 2 6 / 9 / 03 3 24 / 12 / 03 4 1 / 1 / 04 5 11 / 2 / 04 6 29 / 4 / 04 To stop searching Press x. 142). Use a tape with cassette memory for convenience.Searching a recording by date – Date search You can automatically search for the point where the recording date changes and start playback from that point (Date search). 68 . or > on the Remote Commander to select the date for playback.

105). (2) Set CM SEARCH in to OFF in the menu settings (p. Each time you press . or >. Searching for the date without using cassette memory Advanced Playback Operations (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR.Searching a recording by date – Date search Note If one day’s recording is less than two minutes. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the point where the date changes. skip this step. your camcorder may not accurately find the point where the recording date changes. To stop searching Press x. If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The date search function may not work correctly. indicates the actual point you are trying to search. If using a tape without cassette memory. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . on the Remote Commander to search for the previous date or press > on the Remote Commander to search for the next date. your camcorder searches for the previous or next date. 69 . (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. until the date search indicator appears. In the mark •The bar in the •The mark in the mark indicates the present point on the tape.

Use this function to check or edit still pictures. until the photo search indicator appears. 142). 1 POWER 3 PHOTO SEARCH SEARCH MODE 1 5 / 9 / 03 1 7 : 30 2 6 / 9 / 03 8 : 50 3 24 / 12 / 03 10 : 30 4 1 / 1 / 04 23: 25 5 11 / 2 / 04 1 6 : 11 6 29 / 4 / 04 1 3 : 45 VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 4 PHOTO SEARCH 1 5 / 9 / 03 1 7 : 30 8 : 50 2 6 / 9 / 03 3 24 / 12 / 03 10 :30 4 1 / 1 / 04 23:25 5 11 / 2 / 04 16:11 6 29 / 4 / 04 13:45 To stop searching Press x. indicates the actual point you are trying to search for. In the mark •The bar in the •The mark in the mark indicates the present point on the tape.Searching for a photo – Photo search/ Photo scan You can search for a still picture you have recorded on a tape (photo search). Searching for a photo using cassette memory You can use this function only when playing back a tape with cassette memory (p. 70 . Default setting is ON. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The photo search function may not work correctly. (2) Set CM SEARCH in to ON in the menu settings (p. 105). Your camcorder automatically starts playback of the photo having the date that you selected. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. Use the Remote Commander for these operations. You can also search for still pictures one after another and display each picture for five seconds automatically regardless of cassette memory (photo scan). or > on the Remote Commander to select the date for playback.

(3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. Scanning photo (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. Advanced Playback Operations To stop searching Press x. (2) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly. your camcorder searches for the previous or next photo.Searching for a photo – Photo search/Photo scan Searching for a photo without using cassette memory (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. until the photo scan indicator appears. 71 . (2) Set CM SEARCH in to OFF in the menu settings (p. Each time you press . or > on the Remote Commander to select a photo for playback. or >. Your camcorder automatically starts playback of the photo. 105). 1 POWER 2 SEARCH MODE VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY PHOTO 00 SCAN 3 To stop scanning Press x. until the photo search indicator appears. or > on the Remote Commander. The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (4) Press . The indicator changes as follows: INDEX SEARCH t TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t no indicator (3) Press . Each photo is played back for about five seconds automatically.

using your camcorder as a player.Playing back a tape with digital effects During playback. 2 1 DIGITAL EFFECT STILL 3 STILL To cancel the digital effect function Press DIGITAL EFFECT so that the indicator disappears. (2) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. and TRAIL. In STILL or LUMI. Pictures processed by the digital effect function Pictures processed by the digital effect function are not output through the Interface. LUMI. (1) In playback or playback pause mode. For details of each digital effect function. press DIGITAL EFFECT and turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial until the desired digital effect indicator (STILL. or TRAIL) flashes. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the effect. mode. FLASH. When you set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) or stop playing back The digital effect function will be automatically canceled. record the pictures on the VCR. LUMI. The digital effect indicator lights up and the bars appear. DV 72 . •To record pictures that you have processed using the digital effect function. the picture is captured and is stored in memory as a still picture at the time you press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Notes •You cannot process a picture using the digital effect function that is input from other equipment. see page 40. FLASH. you can process a scene using the digital effect functions: STILL.

miniDV. Editing S VIDEO S video cable (optional) IN S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO CH1/CH2 A/V connecting cable (supplied) : Signal flow When you have finished dubbing the tape Press x on both your camcorder and the VCR. however. and insert the recorded tape into your camcorder. if available. refer to the operating instructions of the VCR. refer to the operating instructions of the VCR. is not satisfying for professional use. Betamax. DV or MICROMV If your VCR is a monaural type Connect with a VCR using the audio cable (monaural y stereo) (optional). S-VHS. press the following buttons so as not to record the indicators on the dubbed tape: •The DISPLAY button •The DATA CODE button •The SEARCH MODE button on the Remote Commander You can edit on VCRs that support the following systems 8 mm. VHSC. Be sure to clear the indicators from the screen If they are displayed.) Set the input selector on the VCR to LINE. 73 . (4) Play back the recorded tape on your camcorder. For details. (2) Set the input selector on the VCR to LINE. Recording quality by analog input. Digital8. Before a dubbing Set DISPLAY to LCD in the menu settings. (3) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (5) Start recording on the VCR. (1) Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into the VCR. VHS. DVCAM. (Default setting is LCD. For details. Hi8.— Editing — Dubbing a tape Using the A/V connecting cable Connect your camcorder to the VCR using the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder. S-VHSC.

With a digital-to-digital connection. Note You can edit precisely by connecting a LANC cable (optional) to this camcorder and other video equipment having a fine synchro-editing function. and insert the recorded tape into your camcorder.LINK i. Connect an S video cable (optional) to the S video jacks of both your camcorder and the VCR. DV Interface i. This connection produces higher quality DVCAM/DV format pictures. display indicators or the contents of cassette memory. And when you play back the picture using other video equipment. refer to the operating instructions of the VCR. . (5) Start recording on the VCR. For details.LINK cable (optional) : Signal flow When you have finished dubbing a tape Press x on both your camcorder and the VCR. video and audio signals are transmitted in digital form for high-quality editing. (4) Play back the recorded tape on your camcorder. You cannot dub the titles. the picture may jitter. You can connect one VCR only using the i. (1) Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into the VCR. using this camcorder as a player. (3) Set the POWER switch to VCR. DV 74 If you record a playback pause picture with the DV Interface The recorded picture becomes rough.LINK cable Pictures processed by the digital effect function Pictures processed by the digital effect function are not output through the Interface.LINK cable Simply connect the i. Using an i. you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable. (2) Set the input selector on the VCR to the DV input position if the VCR is equipped with an input selector.LINK cable (optional) to DV Interface and to DV Interface of the DVCAM/DV products.Dubbing a tape Connect using an S video cable (optional) to obtain high-quality pictures With this connection.

Notes •You cannot dub the titles. •If you start recording from the very beginning of the tape. Operation 2 Performing a digital program editing (Dubbing a tape) (p. When you dub using the same VCR again. Be sure to allow about 10 seconds’ lead before starting the recording. 76). To use this function. or the contents of cassette memory. Preparation 2 Adjusting the synchronization of the VCR (p. 74). you can skip Preparation 2. Preparation 1: Connecting the VCR Connect your camcorder and the VCR as shown on page 73 and 74.LINK cable (optional) will be required. [a] [a] [b] Editing [a] Undesired frame [b]Moves the scene Before operating the digital program editing Preparation 1 Connecting the VCR (p.Dubbing only desired scenes – Digital program editing You can duplicate selected scenes (programs) for editing onto a tape without operating the VCR. the first few seconds of the tape may not record properly. an i. 73. Using the digital program editing function Operation 1 Making programs (p. Scenes can be selected by frame. 75 . display indicators. 78). 80).

When finished. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ADJ TEST. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. Remove the cassette from the camcorder beforehand. (2) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (9) Calculate the average of all the opening numerical values of each CUT-IN. (1) Insert a recordable tape into the VCR. 2 IN +215 3 OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ [MENU] : END TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN COMPLETE MENU [MENU] : END 76 . (8) Rewind the tape in the VCR. 4-6 OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN RETURN EXECUTE OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ [MENU] : END TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN EXECUT I NG No . and the average of all the closing numerical values of each CUT-OUT. the indicator changes to COMPLETE.LINK cable. Take a note of the opening numerical value of each CUT-IN and the closing numerical value of each CUT-OUT. CUT-IN and CUT-OUT are recorded on an image for five times each to calculate the numerical values for adjusting the synchronicity.Dubbing only desired scenes. the setup below is not necessary. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EDIT SET.Digital program editing Preparation 2: Adjusting the synchronization of the VCR You can adjust the synchronization of your camcorder and the VCR. (7) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE. We recommend that you prepare a pen and paper for notes. then start slow playback. then press the dial. then press the dial. then press the dial. then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . When you connect to a Sony VCR using an i. The EXECUTING indicator flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.

then press the dial. the range of errors is within +/– 5 frames. The calculated stop position for recording is set. 78). then press the dial.” then press the dial. 77 . then press the dial. •CUT-IN or CUT-OUT is set at the beginning of the tape. (11) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the average numerical value of CUT-IN.” then press the dial.13 OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN 0 OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN 0 [MENU] : END [MENU] : END Errors in editing If you connect your camcorder to Sony equipment with the DV jack. The range may become wider in the following conditions: •The interval between CUT-IN and CUT-OUT is less than five seconds (p. (12)Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select “CUT-OUT.11 Editing OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN 0 OTHERS ED I T SET ADJ TEST “CUT–I N” “CUT–OUT” RETURN 0 [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 12.Dubbing only desired scenes. 10. The calculated start position for recording is set.Digital program editing (10)Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select “CUT-IN. (13)Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the average numerical value of CUT-OUT. (14)Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select RETURN.

(2) Press MENU to display the menu. and insert a tape for recording into the VCR.Dubbing only desired scenes. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select VIDEO EDIT. then press the dial. then pause playback (p. then press the dial. (5) Search for the beginning of the first scene you want to insert using the video control buttons. 31). (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select .4 OTHERS BEEP MELODY COMMANDER D I SPLAY V I DEO ED I T ED I T SET HRS METER RETURN V I DEO ED I T MARK UNDO ERASE AL L START 00:32:30:14 1 IN SCENE [MENU] : END 0 [MENU] : END 78 . 5 STOP REW PLAY FF PAUSE 2 MENU 3.Digital program editing Operation 1: Making Programs (1) Insert the tape for playback into your camcorder.

79 . then the setting is canceled. then pause playback (p. When the program is set. The CUT-OUT point of the first program is set. and the top part of the program mark changes to light blue. (1) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select UNDO. then press the dial. Erasing the last program To change the end of the last program. delete the CUT-OUT mark. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (7) Search for the end of the first scene you want to insert using the video operating buttons. The last set program mark flashes.9 V I DEO ED I T MARK UNDO ERASE AL L START 00:09:07:06 2 IN V I DEO ED I T MARK UNDO ERASE AL L START 00:10:01:23 4 IN SCENE [MENU] : END 1 SCENE [MENU] : END 3 On a blank portion of the tape You cannot set CUT-IN or CUT-OUT on a blank portion of the tape. or MARK on the Remote Commander. 31). 7 STOP REW PLAY FF PAUSE 6 V I DEO ED I T MARK UNDO ERASE AL L START 00:08:55:06 1 OUT Editing SCENE [MENU] : END 0 8. To cancel erasing Select RETURN in step 2. the program mark changes to light blue. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE. You can set a maximum of 20 programs. then the bottom part of the program mark changes to light blue. then press the dial. delete both the CUT-IN and CUT-OUT marks. To erase the whole program. The CUT-IN point of the first program is set.Digital program editing (6) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.Dubbing only desired scenes. then set PROGRAM. (8) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (9) Repeat steps 5 to 8. or MARK on the Remote Commander.

then press the dial. The SEARCH indicator appears during search. You cannot record on the VCR when: • The cassette is not inserted. (1) Select VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. The program is stored in memory until the tape is ejected. • The power of the connected VCR is not turned on. • The write-protect tab is set to the protect position. NOT READY appears on the LCD screen when: • The program to operate the digital program editing has not been made. then press the dial. then start dubbing. • An i. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE. Press MENU to end the video program editing function. then the settings are canceled. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select START. • The tape has run out. then press the dial. To cancel erasing all programs Select RETURN in step 2. To end the digital program editing function Your camcorder stops when the dubbing is complete. 80 . When the dubbing ends.LINK cable is not connected. set its POWER switch to VCR. To cancel a program you have set Press MENU. Search for the beginning of the first program. The PROGRAM indicator lights up after dubbing is complete. When you use a video camera recorder. The EXECUTING indicator flashes.Digital program editing Erasing all programs (1) Select VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. your camcorder and the VCR automatically stop. Operation 2: Performing a digital program editing (Dubbing a tape) Make sure your camcorder and VCR are connected. and the EDIT indicator appears during edit on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. All the program marks flash. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ERASE ALL. To stop dubbing Press x on this camcorder or on the Remote Commander. Then the display returns to VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. then press the dial. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE.Dubbing only desired scenes.

After capturing images and sound Stop capturing procedures on your PC. and stop the playback on the analog video unit. then press the dial. (7) Start playback on the analog video unit slightly ahead of the point from which you want to start capturing images. the image may contain noise or incorrect colours. Depending on the analog video unit. (8) Start capturing procedures on your PC.LINK cable (optional) : Signal flow (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. •The camcorder cannot output the digital signal when you input the analog signal that includes a copyright protection signal. You can capture images and sound from an analog video unit connecting a PC which has i. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select A/V t DV OUT. The operation procedures depend on your PC and the software which you use. you need to install an appropriate software which can exchange video signals between the camcorder and a PC.Using with an analog video unit and a PC – Signal convert function You can convert the analog input signal to the digital signal and output it from the DV Interface on this camcorder. then press the dial.LINK (IEEE1394) A/V connecting cable (supplied) i. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . refer to the instruction manual of your PC and your software. (6) Press MENU to erase the menu display. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON. 81 . •Depending on the condition of the analog video signals.LINK (IEEE1394) connector to your camcorder. then press the dial. the PC may not be able to output the images correctly when you convert analog video signals into digital video signals via your camcorder. S VIDEO S video cable (optional) OUT S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO Editing i. For details on how to capture images. Notes •When you edit the captured image and sound from the analog video unit by a PC.

press X at the scene from which you want to start recording. (7) Press X on your camcorder at the scene from which you want to start recording. insert a recorded tape into the VCR.Recording video or TV programs Using the A/V connecting cable You can record a tape from another VCR or a TV program from a TV that has video/ audio outputs. Select a TV program if you record from a TV. The picture from a TV or VCR appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (1) Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into your camcorder. Using the Remote Commander In step 5. 5 S VIDEO REC PAUSE S video cable (optional) VIDEO AUDIO CH1/CH2 OUT S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO : Signal flow A/V connecting cable (supplied) When you have finished recording Press x on both your camcorder and the VCR. (4) Press MENU to erase the menu display. 82 . then immediately press X. press z REC and MARK simultaneously. If you want to record a tape from the VCR. (2) Set the POWER switch to VCR on your camcorder. And in step 7. (5) Press z REC and the button on its right simultaneously on your camcorder. (3) Set DISPLAY in to LCD in the menu settings (p. Use your camcorder as a recorder. 105). (6) Press N on the VCR to start playback if you record a tape from a VCR. then immediately press X on your camcorder.

Recording video or TV programs If your VCR is a monaural type Connect with a VCR using the audio cable (monaural y stereo) (optional). On the commander mode Your camcorder works in the commander mode. On index signal The index is automatically marked on a tape when you start recording. and the index is recorded on cassette memory. If you use another Sony VCR in the commander mode VTR 2. 2 and 3 are used to distinguish your camcorder from other Sony VCRs to avoid remote control misoperation. VTR 2. If you do various playbacks on the VCR during recording The recorded picture may be blurred. If you mark the index using the INDEX MARK button during recording. Connect using an S video cable (optional) to obtain high-quality pictures With this connection. This connection produces higher quality DVCAM/DV format pictures. we recommend changing the commander mode or covering the sensor of the VCR with black paper. Connect an S video cable (optional) to the S video jacks of both your camcorder and the VCR. Commander modes 1. Editing 83 . you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable. “LINE” appears in the CH column on the INDEX SEARCH screen.

LINK i.LINK cable (optional) to DV Interface and to DV Interface of the DV products. press X at the scene from which you want to start recording. Using the Remote Commander In step 5. And in step 7. (3) Set DISPLAY in to LCD in the menu settings (p. (2) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (7) Press X on your camcorder at the scene from which you want to start recording. (4) Press MENU to erase the menu display. and insert the recorded tape into the VCR. video and audio signals are transmitted in digital form for high-quality editing.LINK cable Simply connect the i. 84 . The picture to be recorded appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (1) Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into your camcorder. then immediately press X on your camcorder. press z REC and MARK simultaneously. (6) Press N on the VCR to start playback. With digital-to-digital connection. 5 REC PAUSE DV Interface i. then immediately press X. (5) Press z REC and the button on its right simultaneously on your camcorder.LINK cable (optional) : Signal flow When you have finished recording Press x on both your camcorder and the VCR. 105).Recording video or TV programs Using an i.

For example. And when you play back the picture using your camcorder. See page 155 for details on TV colour systems. If you record a still picture in playback pause mode via the DV Interface The recorded picture becomes rough. However this does not affect the dubbed picture. Editing Before recording Press DISPLAY and make sure that the DV IN indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.Recording video or TV programs Note Your camcorder can only record PAL source. 85 . the picture may jitter. The DV IN indicator may appear on both pieces of equipment. French video or TV programs (SECAM) cannot be recorded correctly. You can connect only one VCR using the i.LINK cable When you dub a picture in digital form The colour of the display may be uneven.

Audio dubbing You can record an audio sound to add to the original sound on a tape by connecting audio equipment or a microphone. The original sound will not be erased. INPUT1 or INPUT2 : Signal flow Microphone (optional) You can check the picture on TV by connecting with the video jack. If you connect audio equipment. You can also use the Remote Commander for this operation. You cannot monitor the additional sound by the speaker. you can add sound to your recorded tape by specifying the starting and ending points. 86 . see “Connecting an optional external microphone” on page 55. Use the headphones jack. The relationship between audio input and channels on which a dubbed sound will be recorded The relationship between audio input and channels on which a dubbed sound will be recorded is as follows: Audio input through AUDIO CH1/CH2 AUDIO CH1 AUDIO CH2 INPUT1/2 INPUT1 INPUT2 The position of the REC CH Which audio input will be SELECT switch recorded on – – – CH1 CH1•CH2 CH1 CH1•CH2 CH1 CH1•CH2 Channel 3 AUDIO CH1 AUDIO CH1 – INPUT1 INPUT1 INPUT1 INPUT1 – – Channel 4 AUDIO CH2 – AUDIO CH2 INPUT2 INPUT1 – INPUT1 INPUT2 – Dubbing with the INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors For details on setup of the INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors.

•When dubbing with the AUDIO CH1/CH2 jacks. and you can check the recorded sound by using a headphones. or on the screen of equipment connected with the VIDEO jack. Notes •You can dub a sound only on a tape recorded in Fs32K mode of the DVCAM format. in the viewfinder. You can monitor the sound during audio dubbing. you can check the recorded picture on the LCD screen. you can check the recorded picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.Audio dubbing Dubbing with the AUDIO CH1/CH2 jacks Audio equipment (optional) LINE OUT R L AUDIO CH1/CH2 AUDIO L AUDIO R Editing : Signal flow Do not connect the video (yellow) plug. •When dubbing with the INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors. 87 . and you can check the recorded sound by using headphones. •You can adjust the balance of the new sound and original sound using AUDIO MIX in the menu settings.

Audio dubbing Adding an audio sound on a recorded tape (1) Insert the recorded tape into your camcorder. 88 . (2) Set the POWER switch to VCR on your camcorder. If you set the audio balance beforehand. you can monitor both the original sound and dubbed sound during the dubbing. VCR SET CH SELECT AUD I O M I X A/V DV OUT CH1 2 NTSC PB RETURN CH3 4 [MENU] : END The default setting is for original sound only. The green X indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. AUDIO DUB POWER Monitoring the new recorded sound To play back the sound Adjust the balance between the channels 1/2 (CH1/2) and the channels 3/4 (CH3/4) by selecting AUDIO MIX in the menu settings (p. (4) Press AUDIO DUB. The new sound is recorded in channels 3/4 during playback. Then press X at the point where you want to start recording to set your camcorder to the playback pause mode. 105). (6) Press x at the point where you want to stop recording. (3) Locate the recording start point by pressing N. (5) Press X and start playing back the audio you want to record at the same time.

•New sound cannot be recorded on a tape already recorded in the DV format. 53). the sound quality may deteriorate. When dubbing through the INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors You can adjust the recording level manually (p. Slide the write-protect tab to release the write protection.LINK cable (optional) is connected to your camcorder You cannot add sound to a recorded tape. If you set the write-protect tab of the tape to lock You cannot record on the tape. On blank portions You cannot add an audio. •AUDIO CH1/CH2 jacks •INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors If an i. If you make all the connections The audio input to be recorded will take precedence over others in the following order. Editing 89 . 110). •You cannot add audio with the DV Interface.Audio dubbing Notes •New sound cannot be recorded on a tape already recorded in Fs48K mode (p. We recommend that you add new sound on a tape recorded with your camcorder If you add new sound on a tape recorded with another camcorder (including an other DSR-PD170P).

Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRESET.Setting time values The camcorder uses two types of time values: time code values and user bits. then press the dial. then press the dial. The time code is set between 00:00:00:00 and 23:59:59:24. time code data will be recorded automatically. The time code and user bits can be set only in DVCAM mode. in the viewfinder. then press the dial. then press the dial. (9) Repeat step 8 to set up the other digits. then press the dial. or on the display window. When you record the picture. Press MENU to display the menu. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRESET. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC. Set up the first two digits. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC PRESET. The user bits are convenient when using multiple cameras at the same event. The time value is displayed on the LCD screen. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC MAKE. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the number. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA. 1 2 MENU POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3-5 TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN 6-8 REGEN PRESET TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN 00:00:00:00 TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN 00:00:00:00 RESET PRESET RETURN TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN PRESET TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN 01:00:00:00 SET CANCEL [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 90 . Setting the time code value This section describes the steps for setting time code recording methods for particular shooting conditions and setting initial values. then press the dial.

then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. select this setting.12 TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN REC RUN FREE RUN Editing TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN FREE RUN [MENU] : END To cancel the time code setting Select CANCEL in step 10. To reset the time code Select RESET in step 7. (12) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired running mode. FREE RUN: Time code advances freely regardless of the camcorder’s current operation mode. For more information on the running mode. see “Making the time code continuous at back space editing” on page 92. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. REC RUN: Time code value advances only while recording. then press the dial. 11. 91 . then press the dial.Setting time values (10) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET. When making the time code continuous at back space editing. (11) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC RUN. then press the dial.

the recorded time code is read from the tape and synchronized to the internal time code generator. the running mode is automatically set to REC RUN.Setting time values Making the time code continuous at back space editing Set TC MAKE to REGEN in the menu settings to make the time code continuous when the recording has been interrupted or when the cassette tape has been removed from the camcorder between shootings. Once you set TC MAKE to REGEN in the menu settings Even if TC RUN is set to FREE RUN in the menu settings. When the camcorder is in recording pause mode. 92 .

(8) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET. then press the dial. then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select UB PRESET. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the number. Set up the first two digits. Editing 1 POWER 3-8 TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 00 00 00 00 RESET PRESET RETURN 2 MENU TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC RUN : END TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN 00 00 00 00 SET CANCEL [MENU] : END To cancel the user bits setting Select CANCEL in step 8. scene number. then press the dial. We recommend that you set the time beforehand. time. Press MENU to display the menu. then press the dial. then press the dial. 93 . To reset the user bits Select RESET in step 5. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRESET. and other information inserted into the time code. Setting the user bits to the real time clock Set UB TIME to ON in the menu settings. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (7) Repeat step 6 to set up the other digits.Setting time values Setting the user bits value You can set the user bits as eight-digit hexadecimal values (base 16) to have the date. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA.

Time code/user bits Note The time code and user bits cannot be displayed properly if the tape does not have time code and/or user bits recordings or if the time code was recorded using a noncompatible method.Setting time values Switching the time value TC/U-BIT Press TC/U-BIT. TC: Displays the time code. Each time you press TC/U-BIT. U-BIT: Displays user bits. 94 . the time value changes between the time code and user bits. This is indicated as “00:00:00:00”. This is indicated as “00 00 00 00”.

In standby mode: The “TITLE” indicator appears. if necessary. then press the dial. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the title is laid out as desired. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired title. In playback. “TITLE SAVE” appears on the screen for five seconds and the title is set. then press the dial. then press the dial. When you press START/STOP to start recording. 99). The title flashes. playback. 1 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the COLOUR. When you play back the tape. recording. or recording mode: The “TITLE SAVE” indicator appears on the screen for five seconds and the title is set. size. SCENE5 (1) Press TITLE to display the title menu in standby. You can select one of eight preset titles and two custom titles (p.Superimposing a title If you use a tape with cassette memory. or POSITION. size and position of titles. 2 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item. or playback pause mode. playback pause. then press the dial. You can also select the colour. SIZE. or position. (5) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial again to complete the setting. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . (4) Change the colour. the title is displayed for five seconds from the point where you superimposed it. The item appears. you can superimpose the title while recording or after recording. Editing 95 .

Superimposing a title 1 2 3 4 TITLE PRESET TITLE SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 [T I TLE] : END PRESET TITLE SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 [T I TLE] : END PRESET TITLE SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 RETURN [T I TLE] : END TITLE PRESET TITLE SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 RETURN [T I TLE] : END SCENE5 [EXEC] : SAVE [T I TLE] : END SIZE SMALL TITLE SIZE LARGE SCENE5 SCENE5 [EXEC] : SAVE [T I TLE] : END If you set the write-protect tab to lock You cannot superimpose or erase the title. To not display titles Set TITLE DSPL to OFF in the menu settings (p. If the tape has a blank portion in the middle of the recorded parts The title may not be displayed correctly. If the tape has a blank portion You cannot superimpose a title on that portion. 96 . To use a custom title If you want to use the custom title. The titles superimposed with your camcorder The point you superimposed the title may be detected as an index signal when searching a recording with other video equipment. Slide the write-protect tab to release the write protection. 105). select in step 2.

index data. date data. If you select the title size “LARGE. or cassette label in the cassette. you can then superimpose a title. photo data.” you have nine choices for the title position. •If you select the title size “SMALL. Editing 97 .Superimposing a title Title setting •The title colour changes as follows: WHITE y YELLOW y VIOLET y RED y CYAN y GREEN y BLUE •The title size changes as follows: SMALL y LARGE You cannot input more than 12 characters in LARGE size.” you have eight choices for the title position. If you erase the title. If the “ FULL” mark appears The cassette memory is full.

Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TITLEERASE. 98 .7 T I TLE ERASE 3 SCENE3 ERASE OK ? RETURN OK T I TLE ERASE 3 SCENE3 [MENU] ERASE OK ? : END RETURN EXECUTE CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE [MENU] TEND DSPL : I TLE T I TLEERASE COMPLETE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL RETURN [MENU] : END [MENU] : END To cancel erasing Select RETURN in step 6 or 7. To erase all the titles See “Erasing the cassette memory data” on page 103. The “ERASE OK ?” indicator appears. The title erase display appears.” (7) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. (6) Make sure the title is the one you want to erase. then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the title you want to erase. (1) (2) (3) (4) 2 MENU 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3-5 CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE T I TLE DSPL T I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE [MENU] TEND DSPL : I TLE T I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL RETURN T I TLE ERASE 1 SCENE1 2 SCENE2 [MENU] : END 3 SCENE3 4 SCENE4 5 SCENE5 6 SCENE6 6. then press the dial. then press the dial.Superimposing a title Erasing a title Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA. “OK” changes to “EXECUTE. then press the dial. and turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OK. . “ERASING” flashes for about two seconds and “COMPLETE” appears after erasing the title. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Press MENU to display the menu.

then press the dial. (7) To finish making your own titles. or playback pause mode.Making your own titles You can make up to two titles and store them in cassette memory. then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired character. then press the dial. The title is stored in memory. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select CUSTOM1 SET or CUSTOM2 SET. turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [SET]. (1) Press TITLE in the standby. Each title can have up to 20 characters. (6) Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have selected all characters and completed the title. (8) Press TITLE to make the title menu disappear. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the column of the desired character. playback. then press the dial. Editing 1 TITLE 2 TITLE SET CUSTOM1 SET CUSTOM2 SET TITLE SET CUSTOM1 SET CUSTOM2 SET RETURN [T I TLE] : END [T I TLE] : END PRESET TITLE SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE5 SCENE6 SCENE7 SCENE8 [T I TLE] : END 3 TITLE SET CUSTOM1 SET CUSTOM2 SET RETURN TITLE SET ––––––––––––––––––––– [T I TLE] : END [T I TLE] : END 4-6 1 TITLE SET ––––––––––––––––––––– 2 TITLE SET ––––––––––––––––––––– [T I TLE] : END [T I TLE] : END 3 TITLE SET 4 ––––––––––––––––––––– TITLE SET S–––––––––––––––––––– [T I TLE] : END [T I TLE] : END 99 . (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . then press the dial.

then select the blank part. depending on which title you want to change. select CUSTOM1 SET or CUSTOM2 SET.Making your own titles To change a title you have stored In step 3. The last character is erased. To erase a character Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [C]. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. 100 . then press the dial to delete the title. The last character is erased. then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [C]. Enter a new title as desired. To enter a space Select [ ].

Press MENU to display the menu. then press the dial.5 CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE T I TLE DSPL T I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE – – – – – – – – – – T I TLE DSPL [MENU] TEND : I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL TAPE RETURN T I TLE TAPE T I TLE TAPE T I TLE –––––––––– –––––––––– [MENU] : END TAPE T I TLE [MENU] : END TAPE T I TLE –––––––––– [MENU] : END –––––––––– M– – – – – – – – – [MENU] : END [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 101 . The label is stored in memory. The label can consist of up to 10 characters and is stored in cassette memory. the label is displayed for about five seconds. Editing 3 MENU 2 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 6-8 4. then press the dial. or MEMORY. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Insert the cassette you want to label. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired character. CAMERA. When you insert the labeled cassette and set the POWER switch to VCR.Labeling a cassette If you use a tape with cassette memory. The tape title display appears. then press the dial. Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA. then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TAPE TITLE. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until you finish the label. . you can label a cassette. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [SET]. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the column of the desired character. then press the dial.

Labeling a cassette To change the label you have made Insert the cassette to change the label. To erase a character Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [C]. To enter a space Select [ ]. The last character is erased. then press the dial. Slide the write-protect tab to release the write protection. The “-----” indicates the number of characters you can select for the label. If you have superimposed titles in the cassette When the label is displayed. If you set the write-protect tab of the tape to lock You cannot label the tape. and operate in the same way as you do to make a new label. then select the blank part. up to four titles also appear. 102 . When the “-----” indicator has fewer than 10 spaces The cassette memory is full.

Erasing the cassette memory data You can erase data stored in cassette memory.” (7) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Item INDEX ALL TITLE ALL DATE ALL PHOTO ALL Meaning Erases all the index data. then press the dial. Editing (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OK. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3-5 2 MENU CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE T I TLE DSPL T I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL CM SET CM SEARCH TAPE T I TLE T I TLE DSPL [MENU] TEND : I TLEERASE I TEM ERASE ERASE ALL RETURN CM SET I TEM ERASE I NDEX ALL T I TLE ALL [MENU] : END ALL DATE PHOTO ALL RETURN [MENU] : END 6. You can also erase all items’ data once. . then press the dial. Erasing each item’s data separately (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ITEM ERASE. Erases all the photo data. “OK” changes to “EXECUTE. 103 .7 CM SET I TEM ERASE I NDEX ALL RETURN T I TLE ALL OK DATE ALL PHOTO ALL RETURN CM SET I TEM ERASE I NDEX ALL COMPLETE T I TLE ALL DATE ALL PHOTO ALL RETURN [MENU] : END [MENU] : END To cancel erasing Select RETURN in step 6 or 7. Press MENU to display the menu display. each item’s data can be erased separately. then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the item that you want to erase its data. then press the dial. “ERASING” flashes for about two seconds and “COMPLETE” appears after erasing the selected item’s data. Erases all the title data. Erases all the date data.

then press the dial. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) To cancel erasing Select RETURN in step 5 or 6. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ERASE ALL. “OK” changes to “EXECUTE. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OK. then press the dial. 104 . then press the dial.” (6) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. .Erasing the cassette memory data Erasing all the data in cassette memory Set the POWER switch to VCR or CAMERA. “ERASING” flashes for about two seconds and “COMPLETE” appears after erasing all the data. Press MENU to display the menu display. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.

then the menu item and then the mode. (1) In the standby. then press the dial to set it. then press the dial to set it. select the icon. RETURN and press the dial. For details. SCAN SETUP OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER D I SPLAY DATE REC REC LAMP [MENU] COLOUR BAR : END HRS METER Customizing Your Camcorder [MENU] : END [MENU] : END MEMORY MANUAL SET AUTO SHTR OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER D I SPLAY DATE REC REC LAMP COLOUR BAR 0 HR 3 OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP 0 HR [MENU] : END OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER ON D I SPLAY DATE REC REC LAMP [MENU] COLOUR BAR : END HRS METER OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER ON D I SPLAY OFF DATE REC REC LAMP COLOUR BAR 4 OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER ON D I SPLAY OFF DATE REC REC LAMP COLOUR BAR HRS METER RETURN OTHERS WORLD T I ME BEEP COMMANDER OFF D I SPLAY DATE REC REC LAMP COLOUR BAR HRS METER RETURN 105 . (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item.— Customizing Your Camcorder — Changing the menu settings To change the mode settings in the menu settings. press MENU. 106). 1 MENU CAMERA TC/UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME VCR TC/UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME 2 MANUAL SET AUTO SHTR PROG. The default settings can be partially changed. then (5) If you want to change other items. or MEMORY mode. select repeat steps 2 to 4. VCR. First. then press the dial to set it. select the menu items with the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired mode. see “Selecting the mode setting of each item” (p. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired icon.

Makes the time code continuous at back space editing. Does not set user bits to the real time clock. The LCD screen or viewfinder screen shows only the items you can operate at the moment. Icon/item TC PRESET UB PRESET TC RUN Mode — — z REC RUN Meaning Presets/resets the time code (p. Regardless of the TC RUN setting. When adjusting the discrepancy between time code value and real time. 93). When making the time code continuous at back space editing. Presets/resets user bits (p. Menu items differ depending on the position of the POWER switch. Time code value advances only while recording. Does not make the time code continuous at back space editing.Changing the menu settings To make the menu display disappear Press MENU. POWER switch VCR CAMERA VCR CAMERA VCR CAMERA FREE RUN TC MAKE z REGEN VCR CAMERA PRESET UB TIME z OFF ON VCR CAMERA 106 . Sets user bits to the real time clock. select this setting. 90). Time code advances freely regardless of the camcorder’s current operation mode. Menu items are displayed as the following icons: TC/UB SET MANUAL SET CAMERA SET VCR SET LCD/VF SET MEMORY SET CM SET TAPE SET SETUP MENU OTHERS Selecting the mode setting of each item z is the default setting. the running mode is automatically set to REC RUN.

62). 37). Records still/moving pictures in the interlace format. REC WIND z OFF ON ON z OFF SET CH1 CH2 Meaning To automatically adjust the electronic shutter* speed. 24).Changing the menu settings POWER switch CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA Icon/item AUTO SHTR Mode z ON OFF PROG. Makes an interval recording (p. To deactivate the digital zoom. To compensate for camera-shake. Reduces the sound of wind input from the INPUT2 connector (ON) or not (OFF). More than 12× zoom is performed digitally. Does not make a cut recording. To fix the electronic shutter* speed. Records still/moving pictures in progressive recording mode. Notes on the SteadyShot function •The SteadyShot function will not correct excessive camera-shake. (continued on the following page) 107 . To cancel the SteadyShot function. Natural pictures are produced when shooting a stationary object with a tripod. Your camcorder prevents excessive The SteadyShot OFF indicator compensation for camera-shake. This value goes up to 24× (p. To activate the digital zoom. 24). This value goes up to 48× (p. 60). Reduces the sound of wind input from the INPUT1 connector (ON) or not (OFF). •Attachment of a tele conversion lens (optional) or a wide conversion lens (supplied) may influence the SteadyShot function. Makes a cut recording (p. Does not make an interval recording. If you cancel the SteadyShot function appears. CAMERA Customizing Your Camcorder CAMERA CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA * About the electronic shutter The electronic shutter is the function used to adjust the shutter speed electrically. SCAN z OFF ON D ZOOM z OFF 24× 48× 16:9WIDE z OFF ON STEADYSHOT z ON OFF FRAME REC INT. To activate the digital zoom. Up to 12× zoom is carried out. — To record a 16:9 wide picture (p. More than 12× zoom is performed digitally. Sets the interval time and recording time.

CH2 CH1 CH2 AUDIO MIX — To output analog images in digital format using your camcorder. To adjust the balance between the channels VCR 1/2 (CH1/2) and channels 3/4 (CH3/4) (p. ON To output digital images in analog format using your camcorder. 108 . To play back the CH1 audio from both channels 1/2.43 mode.L. To brighten the LCD screen. To get lowintensity VF B. NTSC PB z ON PAL TV To play back a tape recorded on your camcorder on a PAL system TV. BRIGHT To brighten the viewfinder screen. ON Displays the guide frame (p. LCD B. and VF B. •When you select “BRIGHT. 36). BRIGHT To adjust the colour on the LCD screen with LCD COLOUR — the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. “BRIGHT” is automatically selected. To get highintensity VCR VCR CAMERA MEMORY VCR CAMERA MEMORY VCR CAMERA MEMORY z BRT NORMAL To set the brightness on the viewfinder screen to normal. VF POWER z AUTO Does not display pictures on the viewfinder when LCD panel is opened.L. if you play back the audios via the camcorder’s speaker. •When you use power sources other than the battery pack.Changing the menu settings POWER Meaning switch To play back the CHs 1/2 audios from each VCR channel. GUIDEFRAME z OFF Does not display the guide frame. L. VCR CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA MEMORY Notes on LCD B. z BRT NORMAL To set the brightness on the LCD screen to normal. CH1 2 A/VtDV OUT z OFF CH3 4 VCR Icon/item CH SELECT Mode z CH1. To play back the CH2 audio from both channels 1/2.43 To play back a tape recorded in the NTSC colour system on a TV with the NTSC 4.” battery life is reduced a little during recording. NTSC 4. However. 88). the audios are mixed. ON Display pictures on the viewfinder when LCD panel is opened.L.

To format an inserted “Memory Stick. Turn the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial to select OK. To release protection from still images. Formatting with this camcorder is not required. To record still images in the standard image quality mode.” Notes on formatting •Optional "Memory Stick"s have been formatted at the factory. VCR MEMORY VCR MEMORY VCR MEMORY MEMORY MEMORY MEMORY Customizing Your Camcorder VCR Formatting erases all information on the “Memory Stick” Check the contents of the “Memory Stick” before formatting: •Formatting erases the protected image data on the “Memory Stick. To delete all unprotected images (p. •While the display shows “FORMATTING. 116). To write a print mark on the recorded still images you want to print out later. 135). To erase print marks on still images. 2. 134). press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Select FORMAT with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. using a “Memory Stick” (p. using a “Memory Stick” (p. then press the dial. To play back all the images as a slide show (p.” do not turn the POWER switch. then press the dial. •Format again if the message “ ” appears. “COMPLETE” appears when formatting is finished. or eject the “Memory Stick” •You cannot format a “Memory Stick” if the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. 119). To protect selected still images against accidental erasure (p.Changing the menu settings POWER switch MEMORY Icon/item Mode CONTINUOUS z OFF ON MULTI SCRN QUALITY z SUPER FINE (SFN) FINE (FINE) STANDARD (STD) PRINT MARK z OFF ON PROTECT z OFF ON SLIDE SHOW — DELETE ALL FORMAT — z RETURN OK PHOTO SAVE — Meaning Not to record continuously. To duplicate images on a tape onto a “Memory Stick” (p. 119). To cancel formatting. 116). press any button.” 1. 127). To record still images in the super fine image quality mode. 137). 116). using a “Memory Stick” (p. To record four images continuously (p. To record still images in the fine image quality mode. (continued on the following page) 109 . To record nine images continuously (p. If formatting fails The “ FORMAT ERROR” message appears. After “EXECUTE” appears. 3. “FORMATTING” appears during formatting.

Notes on AUDIO MODE •You cannot dub an audio sound on a tape recorded in the Fs48K (16-bit) mode. To erase all the data in cassette memory VCR CAMERA (p. 68. VCR Not to display the title. 104). even if you recorded it in Fs32K (12-bit) mode. 67.Changing the menu settings POWER switch VCR Icon/item CM SEARCH Mode z ON OFF TAPE TITLE TITLE DSPL TITLEERASE ITEM ERASE ERASE ALL REC MODE — z ON OFF — — — Meaning To search using cassette memory (p. 70). 65. CAMERA To record in the DV format (SP mode). 103). To record in Fs48K (16-bit) mode (2-channel sounds with high quality). z DVCAM DV SP AUDIO MODE z FS32K FS48K VCR CAMERA To display the title you have superimposed. •When playing back a tape recorded in the Fs48K (16-bit) mode. 98). 110 . To label a cassette (p. you cannot adjust the balance in AUDIO MIX. Note on REC MODE You cannot dub any audio sound on a tape recorded in the DV format (SP mode). To search without using cassette memory. To erase each item’s data in cassette VCR CAMERA memory (p. VCR To record in the DVCAM format. 101). To erase the title you have superimposed VCR CAMERA (p. To record in Fs32K (12-bit) mode (4-channel VCR CAMERA sounds).

To set the clock to the local time. CAMERA To display selected menu items at twice the MEMORY normal size. Turn the CAMERA SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to set a time MEMORY difference. Adjusts the audio recording level manually (p. The clock changes by the time difference you set here. To set the date or time (p. 53). For details. To always insert the still image on the CAMERA moving picture.Changing the menu settings POWER switch VCR CAMERA Icon/item qREMAIN Mode z AUTO ON DATA CODE z DATE/CAM DATE z ON OFF — — z NORMAL 2× LOGO INS — MIC NR AUDIO SET CLOCK SET LTR SIZE Meaning To display the remaining tape indication: • for about eight seconds after your camcorder is turned on and calculates the remaining amount of tape • for about eight seconds after a cassette is inserted and your camcorder calculates the remaining amount of tape • for about eight seconds after N is pressed in VCR mode • for about eight seconds after DISPLAY is pressed to display the screen indicators • for the period of tape rewinding. (continued on the following page) 111 . time and various settings during playback. To deactivate the function above. the clock returns to the originally set time. 16). Customizing Your Camcorder VCR WORLD TIME — VCR CAMERA VCR CAMERA CAMERA MEMORY To display selected menu items in normal VCR size. To display date. To display date and time during playback. refer to the operating instructions (for the auto logo insert function) supplied with this camcorder. If you set the time difference to 0. forwarding or picture search in the VCR mode To always display the remaining tape indicator. To reduces the microphone noise.

78). and beep a warning sound for five seconds. To light up the camera recording lamps at REC LAMP z ON the front and rear of your camcorder.Changing the menu settings POWER switch VCR CAMERA MEMORY Icon/item BEEP Meaning To chime a melody in normal operations. ON To make programs and perform video VIDEO EDIT — editing (p. COLOUR BAR z OFF Displays the colour bar. V-OUT/LCD To show the display on a TV screen. Mode MELODY VCR CAMERA MEMORY VCR CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA VCR VCR VCR CAMERA Notes •If you press DISPLAY with DISPLAY set to V-OUT/LCD in the menu settings. To adjust and set the synchronization of EDIT SET — your camcorder and a VCR for dubbing in edit set mode (p. DATE REC z OFF To not superimpose the date and time on the picture. OFF To deactivate the Remote Commander to avoid remote control misoperation caused by an other VCR’s remote control. 76). The cumulative number of tape unthreading THREADING operation is displayed in 10-operation increments. OFF Does not display the colour bar. the recording starts/stops. LCD screen and viewfinder screen. DISPLAY z LCD To show the display on the LCD screen and viewfinder screen. and shutter click sound. beep. •You cannot erase the date and time superimposed using the DATE REC function. The cumulative total hours of drum rotation DRUM RUN with tape threaded is displayed in 10operation increments. z NORMAL To beep in the following situations: When you turn on the power. 112 . The cumulative total hours of tape running TAPE RUN is displayed in 10-operation increments. OFF To cancel the melody.LINK cable). the picture from a TV or VCR will not appear on the LCD screen even when your camcorder is connected to outputs on the TV or VCR (except using an i. COMMANDER z ON To activate the Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder. To turn the camera recording lamp off. The cumulative total hours of operation is HRS METER OPERATION displayed in 10-operation increments. To superimpose the date and time on the ON picture. and a warning message appears.

drop or apply strong shock to a “Memory Stick. •Stick its label on the labeling position. •Do not use or keep a “Memory Stick” in locations that are: – Extremely hot such as in a car parked in the sun or under the scorching sun. despite its size. appearance on the list does not guarantee the operation of all types of “Memory Stick” on your camcorder.” put it in its case. Typical image data file name 100-0001: As displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder of the camcorder. or detach the battery for replacement when the access lamp is flashing. •Prevent metallic objects or your finger from coming into contact with the metal parts of the connecting section. 113 . •When you carry or store a “Memory Stick. •Do not bend.— “Memory Stick” Operations — Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction The “Memory Stick” is a new light and small recording media which. •We recommend backing up important data. •Image data may be damaged in the following cases: – If you remove the “Memory Stick.” •Do not let the “Memory Stick” get wet. Dsc00001. You can use following types of “Memory Stick” on your camcorder.” •Do not disassemble or modify a “Memory Stick. Note that data that uses “MagicGate” technology cannot be recorded or played on your camcorder. “Memory Stick” Operations On file format (JPEG) Your camcorder compresses image data in JPEG format (extension . – Under direct sunlight. – If you use a “Memory Stick” near static electricity or magnetic fields.” turn the power off. However. Types of “Memory Stick” “Memory Stick” “Memory Stick Duo”* “MagicGate Memory Stick” “MagicGate Memory Stick Duo”* “Memory Stick PRO” “Memory Stick PRO Duo”* Recording / Playback a a a** a** – – * Attach the Memory Stick Duo adaptor before inserting it into the camcorder. Before using a “Memory Stick” Terminal Write-protect tab Labeling position Rear Front •You cannot record or erase still images when the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. – Very humid or subject to corrosive gases.jpg: As displayed on your PC screen. ** “MagicGate” is a copyright protection technology that records and transfers the contents in an encrypted format. can store more data than a floppy disk.jpg).

•“Memory Stick Duo” and “ ” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. (These models are not sold in some areas. hold the camcorder so the Memory Stick slot is facing down. format it with this camcorder (p. •“MagicGate” and “ ” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. – When you insert the “Memory Stick Duo” in the wrong direction. •“Memory Stick PRO” and “ ” are trademarks of Sony Corporation.) •If you cannot use a “Memory Stick” that is used with other equipment. Furthermore. You cannot play back on your camcorder still images recorded on other equipment (DCRTRV890E/TRV900/TRV900E or DSC-D700/D770) that does not conform to this universal standard. •All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.” and “MagicGate Memory Stick” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. 114 .Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction A “Memory Stick” formatted by a computer A “Memory Stick” formatted by the Windows OS or Macintosh computers does not have a guaranteed compatibility with this camcorder. Notes on image data compatibility •Image data files recorded on a “Memory Stick” by your camcorder conform to the Design Rules for Camera File Systems universal standard (DCF98 standard) established by the JEIDA (Japan Electronic Industry Development Association). 109). Note on using the “Memory Stick Duo” You can use a “Memory Stick Duo” in your camcorder after inserting it into the Memory Stick Duo adaptor. “™” and “®” are not mentioned in each case in this manual. – When you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” that is not inserted into a Memory Stick Duo adaptor into the Memory Stick slot on your camcorder. However. then hold the lid aside using a toothpick or similar object to let the “Memory Stick Duo” slide out. formatting erases all information on the “Memory Stick. You may damage the “Memory Stick Duo” or the Memory Stick slot on your camcorder in the following situations.” •“Memory Stick. If you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” without a Memory Stick Duo adaptor by mistake.

eject a “Memory Stick” or remove the battery pack. Do not turn the power off . image data breakdown may occur. the file format is not proper.Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction Inserting a “Memory Stick” Insert the “Memory Stick” with the Sony logo pointing toward the LCD panel and the b mark pointing inward. Access lamp To eject a “Memory Stick” Push the “Memory Stick” inward. Eject the “Memory Stick”. When the access lamp is lit or flashing Never shake or strike your camcorder. The “Memory Stick” comes out a little. and insert again (p. then release your finger. “Memory Stick” Operations Note The “Memory Stick” may pop out depending on the way you push it. check it. or the “Memory Stick” that you are using is not compatible with your camcorder. 115 . 113). Otherwise. If the “ MEMORY STICK ERROR” indicator appears The “Memory Stick” is broken.

changing the image quality mode may not affect the image quality. then press the dial. The number of still images you can record is fewer than FINE. This is the standard image quality. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. then press the dial. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR or MEMORY. Use this mode when you want to record high quality images. 1 (CHG) POWER 3 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY [MENU] : END 4 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS SUPER F I NE QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END 5 2 MENU MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS SUPER F I NE QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK F I NE STANDARD PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END Image quality settings Setting (Display) SUPER FINE (SFN) FINE (FINE) STANDARD (STD) Meaning This is the highest image quality in this camcorder.Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction Selecting the image quality mode You can select the image quality mode in still picture recording. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. The image is compressed to about 1/10. Note In some cases. 116 . (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired image quality. depending on the types of images you are shooting. . (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select QUALITY. then press the dial. The default setting is SUPER FINE. The image is compressed to about 1/3. The image is compressed to about 1/6.

190 KB Approx. 60 KB Note on the image quality mode indicator This is only displayed during recording. Image quality mode SUPER FINE FINE STANDARD Memory capacity Approx. The approximate number of images you can record on a “Memory Stick”(optional) The approximate number of images you can record on a “Memory Stick” that is formatted using this camcorder varies depending on which image quality mode you select and the complexity of the subject. Details are shown in the table below. 100 KB Approx. Image quality mode 8 MB type 16 MB type 32 MB type 64 MB type 128 MB type SUPER FINE 40 images 80 images 160 images 325 images 650 images FINE 80 images 160 images 325 images 650 images 1310 images STANDARD 120 images 240 images 485 images 980 images 1970 images 117 “Memory Stick” Operations . The memory capacity allotted to each image varies depending on the image quality mode selected.Using a “Memory Stick” – introduction Differences in image quality mode Recorded images are compressed in JPEG format before being stored in memory.

” Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. the focus of the image seems to be momentarily out. The shutter clicks and the image is frozen. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. title. The green z mark stops flashing. then lights up. digital zoom. Recording does not start yet. Note When you press the PHOTO button lightly at step 2. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot do memory photo recording. and shutter speed (1/25 or smaller) adjustment . being targeted for the middle of the picture and are fixed.Recording still images on a “Memory Stick” – Memory Photo recording You can record still images on a “Memory Stick. 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 2 PHOTO SFN 1/6 [a] [b] 3 PHOTO SFN [a] The number of images that can be recorded on the “Memory Stick” [b] The number of recorded images When the POWER switch is set to MEMORY The following functions do not work: wide TV mode.” Recording is complete when the bar scroll indicator disappears. 118 . (2) Keep pressing PHOTO lightly until the desired still picture appears. The image displayed on the screen will be recorded on the “Memory Stick. fader. (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. digital effect. (3) Press PHOTO deeply. The brightness of the picture and focus are re-adjusted.

The number of images is in accordance with remaining capacity of the “Memory Stick. 119 . Continuous mode [a] You can record four still images continuously. however.” The shutter always clicks four times. Recording images continuously You can record four still images continuously. Note on using a video flash light (optional) The video flash light does not work in the continuous or multi screen mode if you install it to the intelligent accessory shoe.Recording still images on a “Memory Stick” – Memory Photo recording While you are recording a still image You can neither turn off the power nor press PHOTO. the number of images recordable may be less than four. Select one of the two modes described below before recording. When you press PHOTO on the Remote Commander Your camcorder immediately records the image that is on the screen when you press the button. “Memory Stick” Operations [a] [b] The number of images in continuous shooting The number of images you can shoot continuously varies depending on the remaining capacity of the “Memory Stick.” Multi screen mode [b] You can record nine still images continuously on a single page.

2 1 (CHG) POWER VCR MENU OFF CAMERA MEMORY 3 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT 4 5 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS OFF QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS OFF ON QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK MULT I SCRN PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS ON QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END [MENU] : END Continuous shooting settings Meaning (indicator on the screen) Your camcorder shoots one image at a time. then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select CONTINUOUS. ( ) Setting OFF ON If the capacity of the “Memory Stick” becomes full ” FULL” appears on the screen. (no indicator) Your camcorder shoots up to four still images at about 0.Recording still images on a “Memory Stick” – Memory Photo recording (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. then press the dial. ( ) MULTI SCRN Your camcorder shoots nine still images at about 0.5 sec intervals and displays the images on a single page divided into nine boxes. then press the dial. and you cannot record still pictures on this “Memory Stick. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired setting. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select .5 sec intervals.” 120 .

C. LUMI (Memory luminancekey) You can swap a brighter area of a still image such as a handwritten illustration or title with a moving picture. LUMI Moving picture Moving picture + Still image Still image C. M. M. CHROM Moving picture Moving picture + Still image Background: blue Still image M.Superimposing a still image in a “Memory Stick” on a moving picture – MEMORY MIX You can superimpose a still image you have recorded on a “Memory Stick” on the top of the moving picture you are recording. OVERLAP Moving picture + Still image Moving picture 121 . Shoot the subject against a blue background. CHROM (Camera chromakey) You can superimpose a moving picture on a still image that used as background. The blue area of the moving picture will be swapped with a still image. M. OVERLAP (Memory overlap) You can make a moving picture fade in on top of a still image. Record a title on a “Memory Stick” before a trip or event for convenience. CHROM (Memory chromakey) You can swap a blue area of a still image such as an illustration or a frame with a moving picture. CHROM Moving picture Moving picture + Still image Background: blue Still image M. “Memory Stick” Operations Still image M.

CHROM y M. To see the next image. OVERLAP (5) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. LUMI y C. CHROM POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 100-0019 Still image 3 – + 4 5 6 M. and your camcorder is in standby mode. LUMI I • • • • • • 100-0019 122 . press MEMORY+ or + on the Remote Commander.Superimposing a still image in a “Memory Stick” on a moving picture – MEMORY MIX Before operation Insert a recorded “Memory Stick” and a tape to be recorded into your camcorder. (3) Press MEMORY+/– or +/– on the Remote Commander to select the still image you want to superimpose. LUMI 100-0019 M. (1) Set the POWER switch to CAMERA. CHROM y M. LUMI I I I • • • • 100-0019 M. press MEMORY – or – on the Remote Commander. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired mode. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the effect. 1 2 MEMORY MIX POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 7 M. The last recorded or last composed image appears on the lower part of the screen as a thumbnail image. (7) Press START/STOP to start recording. (2) Press MEMORY MIX in standby mode. To see the previous image. The still image is superimposed on the moving picture. The mode changes as follows: M.

To cancel MEMORY MIX Press MEMORY MIX again. To change the still image to be superimposed Do either of the following: – Press MEMORY+/– before step 6. During recording You cannot change the mode setting. Image data modified with personal computers or shot with other equipment You may not be able to play them back with your camcorder. To change the mode setting “Memory Stick” Operations Press SEL/PUSH EXEC dial after step 6. and repeat the procedure from step 4 (except M. CHROM M. 123 . OVERLAP). and repeat the procedure from step 4 (except M. OVERLAP The colour (blue) scheme of the area in the still picture which is to be swapped with a moving picture The colour (bright) scheme of the area in the still picture which is to be swapped with a moving picture The colour (blue) scheme of the area in the moving picture which is to be swapped with a still picture No adjustment necessary As the bar is shorter. OVERLAP). CHROM M.Superimposing a still image in a “Memory Stick” on a moving picture – MEMORY MIX Items to be adjusted M. the effect is enhanced. – Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial before step 6. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use memory mix function. LUMI C. If a still image to be superimposed has lots of white areas The thumbnail image may not be displayed clearly.

The image displayed on the screen will be recorded on a “Memory Stick. eject a “Memory Stick” or remove the battery pack. The picture recorded on the tape is played back. (2) Press N. If “ ” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder The inserted “Memory Stick” is incompatible with your camcorder because its format does not conform to that of your camcorder.” Your camcorder can also take in moving picture data through the input connector and record it as a still image on a “Memory Stick. Otherwise. 2 REW PLAY FF 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3 PHOTO CAPTURE 4 PHOTO When the access lamp is lit or is flashing Never shake or strike the unit. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR.” If you press PHOTO lightly in the playback mode The playback pauses momentarily. do not turn the power off . Sound recorded on a tape You cannot record the sound from a tape. Also. “CAPTURE” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. image data breakdown may occur.Recording an image from a tape as a still image Your camcorder can read moving picture data recorded on a tape and record it as a still image on a “Memory Stick. (3) Keep pressing PHOTO lightly until the picture from the tape freezes. Check the format of the “Memory Stick. 124 . (4) Press PHOTO deeper. Recording does not start yet.” Before operation Insert a recorded tape and a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder.” Recording is complete when the bar scroll indicator disappears. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function.

This connection produces higher quality DVCAM/DV format pictures. or turn the TV on to see the desired program. (2) Play back the recorded tape. 125 . When recording an image through the VIDEO jack “Memory Stick” Operations S VIDEO S video cable (optional) OUT S VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO : Signal flow A/V connecting cable (supplied) Connect the yellow plug of the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder to the video jack on the VCR or the TV.” When you press PHOTO on the Remote Commander Your camcorder immediately records the image that is on the screen when you press the button. Connect using an S video cable (optional) to obtain high-quality pictures With this connection. you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable.Recording an image from a tape as a still image Titles that are already recorded on tapes You cannot record the titles on a “Memory Stick. The picture from the other equipment appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. Connect an S video cable (optional) to the S video jacks of both your camcorder and the VCR/TV. (3) Follow steps 3 and 4 on page 124. Recording a still image from other equipment (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR and set DISPLAY in to LCD in the menu settings.

LINK cable (optional) 126 .Recording an image from a tape as a still image When recording the image through the DV Interface DV Interface i.LINK : Signal flow i.

•Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder.” The number of still images copied is displayed. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PHOTO SAVE. then press the dial. you can automatically take in only still images from tapes and record them on a “Memory Stick” in sequence. (1) (2) (3) (4) “Memory Stick” Operations 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 5 PHOTO PHOTO SAVE 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 4 / 15 SAV I NG 0 [MENU] : END 2 3 4 PHOTO SAVE 00 : 30 : 00 : 00 8 / 15 MENU END 4 [MENU] : END MEMORY SET QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT PHOTO SAVE [MENU] : END MEMORY SET QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT PHOTO SAVE READY RETURN PHOTO SAVE 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 4 / 15 PHOTO BUTTON [PHOTO] : START [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 127 . Before operation •Insert a recorded tape into your camcorder and rewind the tape. “PHOTO BUTTON” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. “END” is displayed when copying is completed. Press MENU to display the menu. then press the dial. (5) Press PHOTO deeply. . The still image from the tape is recorded on the “Memory Stick.Copying still images from a tape – Photo save Using the search function. Set the POWER switch to VCR.

If the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK “NOT READY” appears when you select the item in the menu settings. When the access lamp is lit or flashing Never shake or strike your camcorder.” When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use the photo save function. Also. To record all the images recorded on the tape Rewind the tape all the way back and start copying. When you change the “Memory Stick” in the middle of copying Your camcorder resumes copying from the last image recorded on the previous “Memory Stick. When the memory of the “Memory Stick” is full “MEMORY FULL” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. eject the “Memory Stick” or remove the battery pack. do not turn the power off.Copying still images from a tape – Photo save To cancel copying Press MENU. Otherwise. Insert another “Memory Stick” and repeat the procedure from step 2. 128 . and the copying stops. the image data breakdown may occur.

•Turn the audio volume of the TV down before operation. it is automatically recorded on the “Memory Stick.” You can check the recording date/time while in memory playback mode by pressing DATA CODE. This is not a malfunction. To play back recorded images on a TV screen •Connect your camcorder to the TV with the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder before operation. •When operating memory photo playback on a TV or on the LCD screen. Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. or noise (howling) may be output from the TV speakers. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot do memory photo playback.” You can also play back six images at a time by selecting the index screen. To see the next image. however. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. press MEMORY + or + on the Remote Commander.Viewing a still picture – Memory Photo playback You can play back still images recorded on a “Memory Stick. To see the previous image. the image quality may appear to have deteriorated. The last recorded image is displayed. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR or MEMORY. (2) Press MEMORY PLAY. 2 PLAY 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA “Memory Stick” Operations MEMORY 3 – + To stop memory photo playback Press MEMORY PLAY again. 129 . Note on the date/time indicator Recording date/time is not displayed. Image data modified with personal computers or shot with other equipment You may not be able to play them back with your camcorder. press MEMORY – or – on the Remote Commander. (3) Press MEMORY +/– or +/– on the Remote Commander to select the desired still image. When no images are recorded on the “Memory Stick” The message “ NO FILE” appears. The image data is as good as ever.

” however. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. the file may be broken or the file format does not correspond to your camcorder. you cannot record on that “Memory Stick.” •When the data file name is flashes. •The directory is not indicated if the file structure in the “Memory Stick” does not correspond to the DCF98 standard. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR or MEMORY. •The “ . this data file name means that this file does not correspond to the DCF98 standard.DIRECTORY ERROR” message may appear if the file structure in the “Memory Stick” does not correspond to the DCF98 standard. •When the underbar is indicated between the directory and the file number. 2 INDEX 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 130 . In this case.Viewing a still picture – Memory Photo playback Screen indicators during still image playback Image number/ Total number of recorded images Print mark Protect 100–0002 6 / 15 MEMORY PLAY Data file name On data file name •When the hyphen is indicated between the directory and the file number. This function is especially useful when searching for a particular image. (2) Press MEMORY INDEX to display the index screen. this data file name means that this file corresponds to the DCF98 standard. you can play back images in the “Memory Stick. Playing back six recorded images at a time (index screen) You can play back six recorded images at a time.

or floppy disk adaptor for Memory Stick.” These numbers are different from the data file names. MEMORY – : to display the previous six images MEMORY + : to display the following six images 7 8 9 10 11 12 [b] 100–0019 12 / 19 [a] [a] File name [b] B mark To return to the normal playback screen (single screen) Press MEMORY +/– to move the B mark to the image you want to display on full screen. •Do not modify the directory of the file that corresponds to the DCF98 standard. •If you use the new “Memory Stick. a number appears above each image. PC card adaptor for Memory Stick. refer to the operating instructions of your accessory. You can see images recorded on a “Memory Stick” on a computer screen. Use the Memory Stick Reader/Writer (optional) or PC card adaptor for Memory Stick (optional) or floppy disk adaptor for Memory Stick (optional) for this operation. “Memory Stick” Operations Viewing the recorded images using a personal computer The image data recorded with your camcorder is compressed in the JPEG format. Note When displaying the index screen.” be sure to use it first with this camcorder. refer to the operating instructions of your computer and the Memory Stick Reader/Writer. The modified file will not be read. then press MEMORY PLAY. For details. This indicates the order in which images are recorded on the “Memory Stick. Files modified with personal computers These files may not be displayed on the index screen.Viewing a still picture – Memory Photo playback A red B mark appears above the image that is displayed before changing to the index screen mode. 131 . For detailed instructions on operation. Image files shot with other equipment may not be displayed on the index screen either.

During copying •You cannot operate the following buttons: MEMORY PLAY. 1 POWER VCR OFF CAMERA (CHG) MEMORY 3 REC 4 PLAY 2 5 PAUSE To stop copying in the middle Press x. If you do. MEMORY –. and MEMORY MIX. (6) If you have more to copy. Set the tape to playback pause mode. Before operation Insert a tape for recording and a “Memory Stick” for playback into your camcorder. repeat steps 4 and 5. search for a point where you want to record the desired still image.Copying an image recorded on a “Memory Stick” to tapes You can copy still images or titles recorded on a “Memory Stick” and record them to a tape. •If you continue copying. MEMORY +. (5) Press X to start recording and press X again to stop. MEMORY DELETE. the playback image disappears from the screen. MEMORY INDEX. (2) Using the video control buttons. (1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. do not use EDITSEARCH to search for the point where you want to record the desired still image. (4) Press MEMORY PLAY to play back the still image you want to copy. The tape is set to the recording pause mode. 132 . (3) Press z REC and the button on its right simultaneously on your camcorder.

Copying an image recorded on a “Memory Stick” to tapes Note on the index screen You cannot record the index screen. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function. such as the time code indicator. 133 “Memory Stick” Operations . If you press DISPLAY in standby or recording mode You can see memory playback and the file name indicators in addition to the indicators pertinent to tapes. Image data modified with personal computers or shot with other equipment You may not be able to copy them with your camcorder.

If you change the “Memory Stick” during operation Be sure to follow the steps again from the beginning. To start the slide show from a particular image Select the desired image using MEMORY +/– buttons before step 2. Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. This function is useful especially when checking recorded images or during a presentation. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 2 5 MENU 3 4 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW READY DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT [MENU] : END SL I DE SHOW 100-0019 10 / 15 PLAY [M PLAY] : START [MENU] : END To stop or end the slide show Press MENU. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. . To pause during a slide show Press MEMORY PLAY. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . then press the dial. (5) Press MEMORY PLAY. 134 When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function.Playing back images continuously – SLIDE SHOW You can automatically play back images in sequence. Your camcorder plays back the images recorded on the “Memory Stick” in sequence. To view the recorded images on TV Connect your camcorder to a TV with the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder before operation. (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SLIDE SHOW. then press the dial.

The “-“ mark is displayed beside the data file name of the protected image. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function. then press the dial. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. If the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK You cannot carry out image protection. . Note Formatting erases all information on the “Memory Stick. Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. 135 . you can protect selected images. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position.7 MENU 4 5 6 10 / 15 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT OFF SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT [MENU] : END 10 / 15 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT ON SL I DE SHOW OFF DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END 10 / 15 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT ON SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END To cancel image protection Select OFF in step 6. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON. then press the dial. 129). then press the dial.Preventing accidental erasure – Image protection To prevent accidental erasure of important images. 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA “Memory Stick” Operations MEMORY 3. (2) Play back the image you want to protect (p. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PROTECT. Check the contents of the “Memory Stick” before formatting. (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display.” including the protected image data.

4 DELETE DELETE 100-0019 10 / 15 DELETE? [DELETE] : DEL [ – ] : CANCEL To cancel deleting an image Press MEMORY – in step 4. If the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK You cannot delete any image. you cannot restore it. (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. 129). Check the images to be deleted carefully before deleting them. (4) Press MEMORY DELETE again. •Once you delete an image. 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 3. first cancel image protection.Deleting images You can delete images stored in a “Memory Stick.” Deleting selected images Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. “DELETE?” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. While “DELETING” appears Do not turn the POWER switch or press any buttons. 136 . When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function. Notes •To delete a protected image. (3) Press MEMORY DELETE. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. The selected image is deleted. (2) Play back the image you want to delete (p. To delete an image displayed on the index screen Press MEMORY +/– to move the B indicator to the desired image and follow steps 3 and 4.

(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. “Memory Stick” Operations 1 (CHG) POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 2 MENU 3 4 5 6 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL READY FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL RETURN FORMAT OK RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL RETURN FORMAT OK RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL RETURN FORMAT EXECUTE RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL DELET I NG FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL COMPLETE FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END 137 . “COMPLETE” is displayed. then press the dial.” (6) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. then press the dial. When all the unprotected images are deleted. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OK. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. then press the dial. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select . “OK” changes to “EXECUTE. “DELETING” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select DELETE ALL.” Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position.Deleting images Deleting all the images You can delete all the unprotected images in a “Memory Stick.

then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. 138 .Deleting images To cancel deleting all the images in the “Memory Stick” Select RETURN in step 5.

7 MENU 4 5 6 10 / 12 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK OFF PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT [MENU] : END 10 / 12 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK ON PROTECT OFF SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END 10 / 12 MEMORY SET CONT I NUOUS QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK ON PROTECT SL I DE SHOW DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN [MENU] : END To cancel writing print marks Select OFF in step 6. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRINT MARK.Writing a print mark – Print mark You can specify the recorded still image to be printed out. . ” mark is displayed beside (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. then press the dial. 129). 1 (CHG) “Memory Stick” Operations POWER VCR OFF CAMERA MEMORY 3. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. (1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Your camcorder conforms with the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) standard for specifying the still images to print out. If the write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK You cannot write print marks on still images. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON. (2) Play back the image to be printed out (p. then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. then press the dial. then press the dial. This function is useful for printing out still images later. When the auto logo insert function is activated You cannot use this function. Before operation Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camcorder. The “ the data file name of an image with a print mark. 139 .

Though mini DV cassettes can be used for recording. which consumer DV format adopts.1 kHz. the two sampling frequencies are independent. In lock mode. lock mode and unlock mode. Compatibility on playback Some tapes cannot be played back on mini DVCAM or mini DV video equipment. and limitations on editing about DVCAM and DV formats. Recorder’s format Cassette’s format DVCAM DVCAM DV DV DVCAM DV Recording format DVCAM DVCAM DV DV This digital camcorder complies with DVCAM format. compatibility. Here explained are the differences. In unlock mode. Differences between DVCAM and DV formats Item Track pitch Audio sampling frequency Audio recording mode 1) 1) DVCAM 15 µm 12 bit: 32 kHz 16 bit: 48 kHz Lock mode DV 10 µm 12 bit: 32 kHz 16 bit: 32 kHz. 44. the sampling frequencies of audio and video are synchronized. Tape DV-formatted On DV video equipment Can be played back On DVCAM video equipment Can be played back (only when recorded in SP mode) Can be played back DVCAM-formatted Some equipment may be able to play back 140 . Mini DVCAM and mini DV cassettes Both mini DVCAM and mini DV cassettes can be used on mini DVCAM or mini DV video equipment. The recording format of picture is defined according to recorder’s format as described below. 48 kHz Unlock mode There are two modes for audio recording. we recommend you to use mini DVCAM cassettes to get the most out of high reliability of DVCAM format. lock mode is more effective than unlock mode in digital processing and smooth transition during audio editing. The recording time of mini DV cassettes is 2/3 shorter than that indicated on the mini DV cassettes.— Additional Information — Compatibility of DVCAM and DV formats DVCAM format is developed as a more reliable and higher end format than consumer DV format. Therefore.

you may not be able to edit the tape using the DV connectors. (There will be no effect on the recorded picture except in certain case. 7) Depending on model of video equipment. – The time code format will be partly maladjusted. In these cases. do the following: • Edit using audio/video jacks. Additional Information Limitations on editing You will find the following limitations when editing. 4) Audio recording mode of the edited tape is lock mode. you may not be able to edit. Source tape DVCAM-formatted 2) 3) DVCAM-formatted DVCAM-formatted 2) DVCAM-formatted DV-formatted 6) DV-formatted 6) DV-formatted DV-formatted 1) Player’s format DVCAM DVCAM DV 5) DV 5) DVCAM DVCAM DV DV Recorder’s format DVCAM DV DVCAM DV DVCAM DV DVCAM DV Recording format DVCAM DV 4) DVCAM 7) DV 4) DVCAM 1) DV DVCAM 1) DV When using the mini DVCAM video equipment to carry out DV dubbing of a tape recorded in DV format. •Depending on signal conditions. 5) Some mini DV video equipment may be able to play back a DVCAM-formatted tape.Compatibility of DVCAM and DV formats Compatibility on editing using DV connectors When this digital camcorder is connected to other DVCAM or DV video equipment using DV connectors. you may not be able to record or edit on DVCAMformatted tapes.) 2) If the tape is to be dubbed is DVCAM formatted tape as in 1). • Dub a DV-formatted tape using audio/video jacks. 3) Depending on signal conditions of the source tape. •Due to the difference of a track pitch. the tape produced will be in DVCAM format as follows: – Audio recording mode will be unlock mode. then use the dubbed tape as a source tape. 141 . the recording format of edited tapes is defined according to recorder’s format as described below. contents of the playback cannot be guaranteed. 6) DV-formatted tapes recorded in SP mode only can be used as source tapes. – The time code format will be partly maladjusted. you cannot record or edit on DV-formatted tapes using mini DVCAM video equipment. Even if the tape is played back. the tape produced will be in DVCAM format as follows: – Audio recording mode will be unlock mode.

and search data such as the date of recording or titles. The maximum number of data recordable on cassette memory (when using 16 K bits cassette memory) Data INDEX TITLE DATE PHOTO CASSETTE LABEL Numbers 135 (15 bytes/One item of the data) 106 24 (10 bytes/One item of the data) 48 (10 bytes/One item of the data) 1 The numbers above are as a guide. The IC memory is built in the cassette with cassette memory. on a tape recorded by one with the cassette memory function. a title may not be displayed properly or the search functions may not work correctly. Hi8. 142 . re-record from the beginning to the end of the tape concerning above. When you record. Not to make any blank portion on the tape. DV or MICROMV cassette. If the tape has a blank portion in the beginning or between the recorded portions. camcorder. Your camcorder does not record copyright control signals on the tape when it records. Your camcorder can The memory capacity of tapes marked with accommodate up to 16 K bits. When you record You cannot record software on your camcorder that contains copyright control signals for copyright protection of software. – You have played back the tape in VCR mode. Sony recommends that you use a tape with mark to enjoy your camcorder fully. Copyright signal When you play back When you connect your camcorder to any other video camera recorder to dub a tape that has recorded copyright control signals for copyright protection. in the viewfinder or on the TV screen if you try to record such software. S-VHS. VHS. * There are two types of mini DVCAM/mini DV cassettes: with cassette memory and without cassette memory. S-VHSC. press END SEARCH to return to the end of the recorded portion before you begin the next recording when: – You have ejected the cassette while recording. Betamax. You cannot use any other VHSC. Digital8. you may not record the tape that played back on your camcorder. Using this IC memory.Usable cassettes Selecting cassette types You can use the mini DVCAM cassette* and mini DV cassette* in this 8 mm. Tapes with cassette memory have (Cassette Memory) mark. the same result may occur. using a digital video camera recorder without a cassette memory function. write. “COPY INHIBIT” appears on the LCD screen. your camcorder can read. 16 K bits tape is marked with . mark on the cassette is 16 K bits. The functions using the cassette memory require successive signals recorded on the tape. If there is a blank portion or discontinuous signal on your tape.

In this case. you may not operate the function using cassette memory. Clean up the gold-plated connector with cotton-wool swab. After using the mini DVCAM/mini DV cassette Rewind the tape to the beginning. The audio mode can be indicated on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. and the new sound in channels 3 and 4 in 32 kHz. Additional Information If the cassette memory function does not work Reinsert a cassette a few times. Both sounds can be played back. and store it in an upright position. [b] Do not affix a label around this border. [b] [a] 143 . Cleaning the connector If the gold-plated connector of mini DVCAM/mini DV cassettes is dirty or dusty. You may not add a sound on a DVCAM-formatted tape which does not comply with the condition of the DVCAM format as described on page 140 or when you recorded on a DV-formatted tape. The balance between channels 1/2 and channels 3/4 can be adjusted by selecting AUDIO MIX in the menu settings during playback and audio dubbing. about every 10 times ejection of a cassette. “NS” appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. Notes on the mini DVCAM/mini DV cassette When affixing a label on the mini DVCAM/mini DV cassette Be sure to affix a label only on the locations as illustrated below [a] so as not to cause malfunction of your camcorder. You can monitor the sound during audio dubbing. Fs48K (16-bit) mode: A new sound cannot be recorded but the original sound can be recorded in high quality using two channels. The gold-plated connector of mini DVCAM/mini DV cassettes may be dirty or dusty.Usable cassettes Audio mode Fs32K (12-bit) mode: The original sound can be recorded in channels 1 and 2. put the cassette in its case.

LINK is a digital serial interface designed to integrate the devices equipped with i. 100 Mega bits of data can be transmitted per second. Therefore. a nickname for IEEE 1394 that Sony proposed. is a trademark supported by a majority of companies worldwide. 200 and 400 Mbps* that are described as S100.LINK device is capable of connecting AV devices and perform various operations and data transfer. For i. your device cannot only perform operations and data transfer with the directly connected device but also perform them with any of the devices that are connected via other devices. This section explains the specifications and features of i.LINK devices – Easily connect with another device using just an i. depending on the features and specifications of the connected devices.LINK. A measure of the rate at which data is transmitted per second.LINK devices. the maximum data transfer speed that the device supports is S100. In case of 100 Mbps. When you connect with a device that has two or more i.LINK connector.LINK devices. S200 and S400 respectively. i. About data transfer speed of i.LINK connectors. What is i. Note Your camcorder can be connected to one device with the i. Your i. •IEEE 1394 is an international standard defined by IEEE. a maximum data transfer speed that the device supports is identified on “specifications” page of the operating instructions supplied with the device or near its i. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Further availability for connections with versatile equipment and operations will be planned in the future.LINK? i.LINK Your camcorder is equipped with the DV Interface based on i. you will not need to concern the order of connecting devices. Inc. When connecting multiple i. the actual data transfer speed may be different from those described on the i. However.LINK cable.LINK defines a maximum data transfer speed of approximately 100.About i. When connecting with the device that support different data transfer speed.LINK connectors. With a device that does not identify the data transfer speed. 144 .LINK connector.LINK. you may need to operate certain functions differently or may not be able to perform certain operations or data transfer.LINK cable. Other advantages include the following feature.LINK i.LINK allows your device to: – Transmit and receive data such as digital audio and digital video signals in two ways – Control other i. *What is Mbps? Mega bits per second. Tips •i.LINK (IEEE1394) standard. By connecting i. refer to the operating instructions supplied with the connected device.LINK devices.

LINK i.LINK connector but not compatible with the DV equipment. the DVD recorders/players or the MICROMV recorders/players are equipped with the i.LINK devices. refer to the operating instructions supplied with the connected device. 145 Additional Information . LINK operation with your camcorder For details on dubbing your camcorder to your VCR equipped with DV Interface.LINK cables to connect the i. 84.LINK cables Use Sony i.About i.LINK and are trademarks. see page 74.LINK (DV Interface) connector. Use Sony i. Your camcorder is available for use with other devices equipped with Sony i. Beware that some of the video equipment such as the Digital Televisions. For details on connection with i. 4 pins y 4 pins (For dubbing) i. Be sure to confirm whether the equipment is compatible with the DV equipment or not before connecting your camcorder to it.LINK cable and necessary software.

The SteadyShot function does not work. c Install a charged battery pack. A vertical band appears when you shoot a subject such as lights or a candle flame against a dark background. (p. 105) •The camcorder is in manual focus mode. If the problem persists. 59) •Shooting conditions are not suitable for autofocus. Vertical streaks appear when you shoot a very bright subject. If “C:ss:ss” appears on the LCD screen.Troubleshooting If you run into any problem using your camcorder. c Adjust the viewfinder lens. •The tape is stuck to the drum (moisture condensation). •This is called the smear phenomenon. The fader function does not work. c Adjust focus manually. (p. (p. (p. (p. c Set it to ON. the self-diagnosis display function has worked. 59) •The digital effect function is working. display window or in the viewfinder. 31) •The write-protect tab on the cassette is set to SAVE. 146 . This is not a malfunction. The power goes off. 11. c Cancel it. (p. The autofocusing function does not work. Cause and/or Corrective Actions •The POWER switch is not set to CAMERA. See page 152. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize. c Set it to CAMERA. use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. c Rewind the tape or insert a new one. c Use a new tape or slide the tab. (p. 22) •STEADYSHOT is set to OFF in the menu settings. (p. This is not a malfunction. 17) •The auto logo insert function is activated. (p. 18) •The tape has run out. 40) •The contrast between the subject and background is too high. disconnect the power source and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. 12) •The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. c Refer to the operating instructions (for the auto logo insert function) supplied with this camcorder. 17. c Turn to auto focus mode. (p. In the recording mode Symptom START/STOP does not operate. 156) •The battery pack is dead or nearly dead. The image on the viewfinder screen is not clear.

(p. 105) • The tape has no cassette memory. 105) • The ND FILTER selector is set to 1 or 2. The title search function does not work. Cause and/or Corrective Actions • When the shutter speed is too low. (p. Cause and/or Corrective Actions • The POWER switch is not set to VCR. (p. c Superimpose the titles. 95) • The tape has a blank portion in the recorded portion. No sound or only a low sound is heard when playing back a tape.) c Set the AUTO LOCK selector to AUTO LOCK. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. (The indicator flashes. c Set it to MELODY or NORMAL. 142) • CM SEARCH is set to OFF in the menu settings. (p. (p. c Set it to ON. The playback button does not function. 28) • AUDIO MIX is set to the CH3/4 side in the menu settings. (p. (p. 28) • The tape has run out. 67) Additional Information (continued on the following page) 147 . (p.Troubleshooting Symptom Some tiny white spots appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. 43) In the playback mode Symptom The tape does not move when a video control button is pressed. 105) • There is no title in the tape. 157) • The volume is turned to minimum. c Set ZEBRA selector to OFF. (p. • ZEBRA selector is set to 70 or 100. (p. There are horizontal lines on the picture or the playback picture is not clear or does not appear. Diagonal stripes appear on the screen. c Adjust AUDIO MIX. 48) • BEEP is set to OFF in the menu settings. 47) • The manual adjustment is not suitable for the situations. The image is not bright even if you use the video flash light. (p. 31) • The video head may be dirty. c Set it to OFF. c Rewind the tape. c Set it to VCR. (p. 67. c Turn up the volume. or cancel the manual adjustment. c Clean the heads using the Sony DVM12CL cleaning cassette (optional). The click of the shutter does not sound.

Troubleshooting Symptom Displaying the recorded date. and cannot be recharged. or that has been added to the recorded tape is not heard. 105) c Pull out the A/V connecting cable from the AUDIO CH1/ CH2 and VIDEO jacks. c Install a charged battery pack. Cause and/or Corrective Actions •The battery pack is not installed. 31) •The tape has a blank portion in the beginning or middle. (p. 12) The end search function does not work. and cannot be recharged. (p. (p. c Connect the AC Adaptor to a wall socket (p. (p. 69) •AUDIO MIX is set to the CH1/2 side in the menu settings. date search function does not work. The battery pack is quickly discharged. (p. 11) •You have used the battery pack in an extremely hot or cold environment for a long time. (p. •The tape was ejected after recording when using a tape without cassette memory. 12) •The AC Adaptor is not connected to a wall socket. (p. The battery remaining indicator does not indicate the correct time. The end search function does not work correctly. c Close the LCD panel. 148 . c Replace with a new battery pack. c Set it to the side you want to monitor. The title is not displayed. In the recording and playback modes Symptom The power does not turn on. 68. •TITLE DSPL is set to OFF in the menu settings. then connect it again. 11. •The battery pack is not fully charged. 27. (p. 105) The new sound now being added. 27. (p. or is dead or nearly dead. c Set it to ON. (p. c Use a tape with cassette memory. c Set it to ON. (p. c Use a full-charged battery pack. Cause and/or Corrective Actions •The tape has no cassette memory. 20) •The operating temperature is too low. (p. The sound is muted or images do not appear when monitoring images through TV. The picture does not appear in the viewfinder. c Charge the battery pack fully. •The battery pack is completely dead. 27) •The LCD panel is open. c Replace with a new battery pack. (p. 142) •CM SEARCH is set to OFF in the menu settings. (p. 105) •The tape has a blank portion in the recorded portion. 12) •The battery pack is completely dead. 31) •You have not recorded on the new cassette yet. 11) •The battery is dead. 11.15).

113) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK.” (p. (p. c Insert a “Memory Stick. c Set it to ON to always display the remaining tape indicator. (p. c Set the tab to write. c Set the tab to write. You cannot format the “Memory Stick.” (p. (p. 12) • Moisture condensation has occurred. c Refer to the extra operating instructinos (for Auto Logo Insert). 143) • The q REMAIN is set to AUTO in the menu settings. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize. c Set the tab to write. c Set the tab to write. c Set the tab to write. 109) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK.” Deleting all the images cannot be carried out. (p. c Connect it firmly. • The “Memory Stick” is not inserted. c Use a charged battery pack. 113) • The image is protected. Cause and/or Corrective Actions • The POWER switch is set to CAMERA or OFF (CHG). (p. You cannot protect the image. 113) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. (p. When operating using the “Memory Stick” Symptom Operations do not function. (p. 113) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. c Press MEMORY PLAY to play back the image. 149 . 113) • The image that you will write a print mark is not being played back. 156) • The gold-plated connector of the tape is dirty or dusty. 105) The % and Z indicators flash and no functions except for cassette ejection work. 15) • The battery is dead. Cause and/or Corrective Actions • The power source is disconnected.Troubleshooting Symptom The cassette cannot be removed from the holder. (p. c Cancel image protection. The image cannot be deleted. • The “Memory Stick” has already been recorded to its full capacity. indicator does not appear when using a tape with cassette memory. 11. c Set the tab to write. (p. (p. (p. (p. 129) (continued on the following page) Additional Information Recording does not function. c Erase unnecessary images and record again. 12. c Format the “Memory Stick” or use another “Memory Stick. 115) • The auto logo insert function is activated. c Clean the gold-plated connector. 136) • The “Memory Stick” formatted incorrectly is inserted. (p. 135) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. You cannot write a print mark on the still image. (p. 113) • The image to be protected is not being played back. Remaining tape indicator is not displayed. c Set it to MEMORY or VCR. c Press MEMORY PLAY to play back the image. 129) • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. (p. 118.

c Install a charged battery pack or use the AC Adaptor instead of the battery pack. c Slide the write-protect tab to REC. (p. (p. 142) •The cassette memory is full. recording picture cannot be monitored. c Erase some data. •The input selector on the VCR is not set correctly. c Check the connection and set up the selector position. While editing using the i. 95.17) c Disconnect the i. Cause and/or Corrective Actions •The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. (p. 142) •The cassette memory is full. 96) •The tape has no cassette memory. (p. (p. c Synchronize them. 101. 98) •The tape is set to prevent accidental erasure. c Set the tab to write. (p. 15) Others Symptom The title is not recorded. c Superimpose the title to the recorded position. 76) 150 . (p. (p. and connect it again.LINK cable. c Set the program again on a recorded portion. 79) •Your camcorder and the VCR are not synchronized. (p. (p. (p.Troubleshooting Symptom The photo save function does not work. Digital program editing does not function. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. 74) The cassette label is not recorded. 11. c Erase unnecessary title.17) •Nothing is recorded in that position on the tape. Cause and/or Corrective Actions •The tape has no cassette memory. c Slide the write-protect tab to REC. 113) •The battery pack is dead. (p. 73) •Setting program on a blank portion of the tape is attempted.LINK cable. 103) •The tape is set to prevent accidental erasure. c Use a tape with cassette memory.

(p. 163) 151 . No function works though the power is on. The correct remaining time is displayed. (p. • The AC Adaptor is disconnected. (p. then reconnect it after about one minute. Cause and/or Corrective Actions • COMMANDER is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Remove the cassette and insert it again. c Connect it properly. Turn the power on.Troubleshooting Symptom The Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder does not work. The melody or beep sounds for five seconds. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize. • The batteries are inserted in the battery holder with the + – polarities incorrectly. c Insert new ones. When charging the battery pack. all the settings including the date and time return to the default. Additional Information c Disconnect the mains lead of the AC Adaptor or remove the battery. • The POWER switch is not set to OFF (CHG). (p. • Moisture condensation has occurred. 105) • Something is blocking the infrared rays. 15. (p. c Charge the battery pack fully again. You cannot charge the battery pack. 171) • The batteries are dead. c Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. press the RESET button located at the lower-right of the ZEBRA selector using a sharp-pointed object. no indicator appears or the indicator flashes in the display window. c Remove the obstacle. 156) • Some troubles have occurred in your camcorder. The camcorder is immediately turned off even if the amount of the battery remaining time is enough to operate. If the functions still do not work. then operate your camcorder. (If you press the RESET button. c Insert the batteries with the correct polarity. 105) The input picture does not appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder when your camcorder is connected to outputs on the TV or VCR. c Set it to OFF (CHG). c Set it to ON.) (p. • The battery pack malfunctions. c Set it to LCD. 171) • DISPLAY is set to V-OUT/LCD in the menu settings.

c Contact your Sony dealer and inform them of the 5-digit code. contact your Sony dealer or nearest local authorized Sony service facility. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize. c Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. This function displays the current condition of your camcorder as a 5-digit code (a combination of a letter and figures) on the LCD screen. operate your camcorder. on the display window C:21:00 Self-diagnosis display •C:ss:ss You can service your camcorder yourself. c Clean the heads using the Sony DVM12CL cleaning cassette (optional). 12) •Moisture condensation has occurred. On the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. Five-digit display C:04:ss C:21:ss Cause and/or Corrective Actions •You are using a battery pack that is not an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. •E:ss:ss Contact your Sony dealer or nearest local authorized Sony service facility. If a 5-digit code is displayed. (p. display window. The last two digits (indicated by ss) will differ depending on the state of your camcorder. (example: E:61:10) C:22:ss C:31:ss C:32:ss E:61:ss E:62:ss If you are unable to rectify the problem even if you try corrective actions a few times. c Remove the cassette and insert it again. 152 . then operate your camcorder. 156) •The video heads are dirty. •A malfunction that you cannot service has occurred. (p. check the following code chart.Self-diagnosis display Your camcorder has a self-diagnosis display function. 157) •A malfunction other than the above. After reconnecting the power source. or in the viewfinder. (p. c Disconnect the mains lead of the AC Adaptor or remove the battery pack.

* Warning indicator as to “Memory Stick”* Slow flashing: •No “Memory Stick” is inserted (p.Warning indicators and messages If indicators and messages appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.* Self-diagnosis display (p. 156).* •The write-protect tab on the cassette is out (p. and leave it for about one hour with the cassette compartment open (p. even if there are five to 10 minutes remaining. Warning indicator as to cassette memory Slow flashing: •No tape with cassette memory is inserted (p. Warning indicators E The battery is dead or nearly dead Slow flashing: •The battery is nearly dead. the E indicator may flash.* •The tape has run out. check the following: See the page in parentheses “( )” for more information. •The battery is completely dead.* •The self-diagnosis display function is activated (p. turn off your camcorder. Fast flashing: •The battery is dead (p. 12). 153 . 152). 156). 142).* Additional Information Z You need to eject the cassette Slow flashing: •The write-protect tab on the cassette is out (p. Depending on conditions. Warning indicator as to tape Slow flashing: •The tape is near the end. 135). 115). 115). Fast flashing: •Unreadable “Memory Stick” is inserted (p.* % Moisture condensation has occurred* Fast flashing: •Eject the cassette.* Fast flashing: •Moisture condensation has occurred (p.The still image is protected Slow flashing: •The still image is protected (p. 16). 17).* Fast flashing: •The tape has run out. 17). •No tape is inserted (p. 152) .

**x and the message appear alternately. .* •Q LOGO NOT INSERTED The logo is not inserted properly. “Memory Stick” format error* Fast flashing: •There are two directories or more.* 48K AUDIO MODE is set to 48K.LINK cable is connected (p.* • MEMORY STICK ERROR The “Memory Stick“ data is corrupted or the “Memory Stick” that you are using is not compatible with your camcorder (p. •File has no compatibility.** • FULL The tape cassette memory is full (p.* You cannot dub new sound (p.* The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK • (p.LINK” CABLE i. 113). •Q LOGO SYSTEM ERROR The data setting of the logo insert system is corrupted. 97). 154 * You hear the melody or beep sound.* •Q NO TAPE Insert a cassette tape (p. •Data is broken.Warning indicators and messages 100-0001 “(Warning indicators) Memory Stick” file error* Slow flashing: •File is broken. 110).DIRECTORY ERROR (p. 109). 110). Warning messages •CLOCK SET Set the date and time (p. 130)* •COPY INHIBIT The tape contains copyright control signals for copyright protection of software (p. or insert the “Memory Stick” with logo data. 109)* • . • “i. • TAPE There is no recorded portion on the tape. • • REC MODE REC MODE is set to DV SP. 128).* You cannot dub new sound (p.* You cannot dub new sound (p. 17). BATTERY ONLY •MEMORY FULL The “Memory Stick” is full in photo save function (p.* • NO FILE No still image is recorded on the “Memory Stick”. 120). CLEANING CASSETTE • The video heads are dirty (p.* You cannot dub new sound. 115). 115). 89). 12). 16).* • NO MEMORY STICK No “Memory Stick” is inserted (p. •FOR “InfoLITHIUM” Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (p. Consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. or the “Memory Stick” is not inserted that has the logo data. • FULL The “Memory Stick” is full (p.* • FORMAT ERROR (p. Check if the “Memory Stick” is inserted properly.* •Q Z TAPE END The tape has reached the end of the tape (p. •“Memory Stick” is not formatted correctly (p. 142). 157). 31). 88).

Finland. SECAM system Bulgaria. Guyana. Chile. If you want to view the playback picture on a TV. Korea. Jamaica. Austria. Switzerland. Central America. 155 . PAL-M system Brazil PAL-N system Argentina. etc.Using your camcorder abroad Using your camcorder abroad You can use your camcorder in any country or region with the AC Adaptor supplied with your camcorder within 100 V to 240 V AC. Belgium. Taiwan. Czech Republic. Additional Information Simple setting of clock by time difference You can easily set the clock to the local time by setting a time difference. the Philippines. Singapore. Great Britain. Russia. Uruguay NTSC system Bahama Islands. Bolivia. Hong Kong. Hungary. etc. Paraguay. Holland. the U. Ukraine. Check the following list. Monaco. Italy.. Sweden. Surinam. depending on the design of a wall outlet [b]. Japan. Portugal. Canada. Use a commercially available AC plug adaptor [a]. See page 105 for more information. Thailand. Iran. if necessary. etc. Iraq. New Zealand. Peru. Kuwait. Malaysia. it must be a PAL system-based TV equipped with audio/video input jacks. Denmark. France.S. Norway. Poland. AC-L15A/L15B [a] [b] Your camcorder is a PAL system-based camcorder. Spain. China. 50/60 Hz. Select WORLD TIME in the menu settings. PAL system Australia. Venezuela. Slovak Republic. Ecuador.A. Colombia. Mexico. Germany.

Remove the bag when the air temperature inside the plastic bag has reached the surrounding temperature (after about one hour). If there is moisture inside your camcorder. put your camcorder in a plastic bag and tightly seal it. Your camcorder can be used again if the % indicator does not appear when the power is turned on again. 156 . turn off your camcorder. •You use your camcorder in a high temperature and humidity place. the indicator will not appear. moisture may condense inside your camcorder. When the Z indicator flashes at the same time.Maintenance information and precautions Moisture condensation If your camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place. on the surface of the tape. If moisture condensation occurred None of the functions except cassette ejection will work. the tape may stick to the head drum and be damaged or your camcorder may not operate correctly. and leave it for about one hour with the cassette compartment open. the beep sounds and the % indicator flashes. Note on moisture condensation Moisture may condense when you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place (or vice versa) or when you use your camcorder in a hot place as follows: •You bring your camcorder from a ski slope into a place warmed up by a heating device. In this condition. or on the lens. If moisture condenses on the lens. •You use your camcorder after a squall or a shower. Eject the cassette. the cassette is inserted in your camcorder. •You bring your camcorder from an air-conditioned car or room into a hot place outside. How to prevent moisture condensation When you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place.

1 2 To reattach the viewfinder Do step 1 above sliding the viewfinder in the reverse direction of the arrow. clean the video heads for 10 seconds with the Sony DVM12CL cleaning cassette (optional). The video head may be dirty when: •mosaic-pattern noise appears on the playback picture. If the above problem. Additional Information Maintenance information Cleaning the video head To ensure normal recording and clear pictures. slide the viewfinder in the direction of the arrow and remove it out 2. Check the picture and if the above problem persists. [a] [b] or Cleaning the LCD screen If fingerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty. •the x indicator and “ CLEANING CASSETTE” message appear one after another on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.Maintenance information and precautions Removing Dust from Inside the Viewfinder (1) While holding down the hook 1. we recommend using a LCD Cleaning Cloth (optional) to clean the LCD screen. •playback pictures do not appear. (2) Clean the surface with a commercially available blower. 157 . •playback pictures do not move. repeat cleaning. [a] or [b] occurs. clean the video heads.

•If any solid object or liquid get inside the casing. Noise may appear on the image. •If your camcorder is used in a cold place. time and other settings are retained even when the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). charge the battery if the battery is discharged. This is not a malfunction. and operate it. Remove finger print or other stains using a soft cloth slightly moistened with a neutral detergent. •Or install the fully charged rechargeable battery pack on your camcorder.2 V (battery pack) or 8. a residual image may appear on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. •Do not open the tape protect cover or touch the tape. •For DC or AC operation. and leave your camcorder with the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) for more than 24 hours.. etc. for example. clean the terminals with a soft cloth. Charging the built-in rechargeable battery Your camcorder has a built-in rechargeable battery so that the date. Precautions Camcorder operation •Operate your camcorder on 7. •Keep the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) when you are not using your camcorder. Doing so might cause heat to build up inside. •Avoid touching or damaging the terminals. •Do not touch the LCD screen with a sharp-pointed object. The battery.Maintenance information and precautions Cleaning the wide conversion lens Remove dust from the lens surface using a blower or a soft brush.4 V (AC Adaptor). •Avoid rough handling or mechanical shock. Even if the built-in rechargeable battery is not charged. •Do not wrap your camcorder with a towel. •While using your camcorder. The built-in rechargeable battery is always charged as long as you are using your camcorder. These holes are used to sense the type and thickness of the tape and if the recording tab is in or out. 158 . will get discharged gradually if you do not use your camcorder. Charging the built-in rechargeable battery •Connect your camcorder to the house current using the AC Adaptor supplied with your camcorder. Be particularly careful of the lens. use the accessories recommended in this operating instructions. unplug your camcorder and have it checked by a Sony dealer before operating it any further. •Keep your camcorder away from strong magnetic fields or mechanical vibration. It will be completely discharged in about four months if you do not use your camcorder at all. it will not affect your camcorder operation. On handling tapes •Do not insert anything into the small holes on the rear of the cassette. however. To remove dust. the back of the LCD screen may heat up. and leave your camcorder with the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) for more than 24 hours. To retain the date and time.

AM receivers and video equipment disturb AM reception and video operation. store the battery pack after you charge it fully and use it completely once a year. Do not wet the rechargeable battery pack. operate the CAMERA and VCR sections and play back a tape for about three minutes when your camcorder is not to be used for a long time. This is not a malfunction. •Charging while some capacity remains does not affect the original battery capacity. protect it from the sand or dust. •Do not expose the rechargeable battery pack to any mechanical shock. •To prevent accident from a short circuit. •Do not let sand get into your camcorder. a short may occur and the unit may be damaged. Do not use any type of solvent which may damage the finish. This will damage the mains lead and may cause fire or electrical shock. such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. keep it away from AM receivers and video equipment. or a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. •Keep the rechargeable battery pack dry. •Prevent metallic objects from coming into contact with the metal parts of the connecting section. •Keep the rechargeable battery pack away from fire. If this happens. •Never expose the rechargeable battery pack to temperatures above 60 °C (140 °F). If there are fingerprints on the lens. •Unless you use the rechargeable battery pack for a long period. dry place. •Do not disassemble nor modify the rechargeable battery pack. •While the unit is in use. pull it out by the plug. •Do not disassemble the unit. •Do not bend the mains lead forcibly. •Attach the rechargeable battery pack to video equipment securely. •The unit becomes warm during use. or place a heavy object on it. and sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired.Maintenance information and precautions Camcorder care •Remove the tape. •Do not operate the unit with a damaged mains lead or if the unit has been dropped or damaged. •Always keep metal contacts clean. •Do not place the unit in locations that are: – Extremely hot or cold – Dusty or dirty – Very humid – Vibrating Additional Information Rechargeable battery pack •Use only the specified charger or video equipment with the charging function. Sand or dust may cause your camcorder to malfunction. •Do not apply mechanical shock or drop the unit. 159 . •Store the rechargeable battery pack in a cool. •The rechargeable battery pack is not resistant to water. particularly during charging. •Clean the camcorder body with a dry soft cloth. •Clean the lens with a soft brush to remove dust. AC Adaptor •Unplug the unit from a wall socket when you are not using the unit for a long time. To disconnect the mains lead. do not allow metal objects to come into contact with the battery terminals. and periodically turn on the power. remove them with a soft cloth. Never pull the mains lead itself. When you use your camcorder on a sandy beach or in a dusty place.

•Do not use different types of batteries. •Current flows from batteries when you are not using them for a long time. wash your eyes with a lot of water and then consult a doctor. •Dry batteries are not rechargeable. •Do not use a combination of new and old batteries. If any problem occurs. observe the following: •Be sure to insert the batteries with the + – polarities matched to the + – marks. unplug your camcorder and contact your nearest Sony dealer.Maintenance information and precautions Notes on dry batteries To avoid possible damage from battery leakage or corrosion. •If you touch the liquid. •Do not use leaking batteries. If batteries are leaking •Wipe off the liquid in the battery compartment carefully before replacing the batteries. 160 . •If the liquid get into your eyes. wash it off with water.

48 mm (1 15/16 in) Mass (excluding the caps) Approx. 1.) 38. 1 Vp-p.218 mm/s DV format SP mode: Approx. PCM system Quantization: Fs32 kHz (12 bits. unbalanced VIDEO input/output Input/output auto switch RCA pin-jack.4 V.5 type) Total dot number 211 000 (960 × 220) General Peak inrush current Hot switching inrush current.6) Input/Output connectors S VIDEO input/output Input/output auto switch 4-pin mini DIN Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p. unbalanced Chrominance signal: 0.3 Vp-p.5 oz) Type Lithium ion Additional Information Wide conversion lens VCL-HG0758 Lens power 0. 75 ohms.6 kg (3 lb 9 oz) including the hood with a lens cap 1.2 kilohms Input impedance more than 47 kilohms Headphones jack Stereo minijack (ø 3.7 oz) excluding mains lead Rechargeable battery pack NP-F330 Output voltage DC 7. 18. AC Adaptor AC-L15A/L15B Power requirements 100 . 161 .5 mm) LANC control jack Stereo mini-minijack (ø 2.812 mm/s Recording/playback time (using cassette PDVM-40ME) DVCAM format: 40 min DV format SP mode: 1 h Fast-forward/rewind time (using cassette PDVM-40ME) Approx.2 V Capacity 5. 50/60 Hz Current consumption 0.518. unbalanced AUDIO CH1/CH2 input/output Input/output auto switch RCA pin-jack. cassette PDVM-40ME and microphone Supplied accessories See page 9. measured in accordance with European standard EN55103-1: 6.) 1.775 Vrms) DV Interface 4-pin connector Speaker Dynamic speaker (ø 20 mm) LCD screen Picture 6. Minimum illumination 1 lux (F1.2 cm (2.4 Focal length 6 .2.6 × 70. channels 1/2. Outdoor (5 800 K).4 W Viewfinder 4.72 mm (1/4 .3 A (230 V) Power requirements 7.) 190 g (6.18 A Power consumption 18 W Output voltage DC OUT: 8.2 V (battery pack) 8.6 .5 A Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) Storage temperature –20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F) Dimensions (approx.) 70 g (2.75 Dimensions Maximum diameter : ø 93 mm (3 3/4 in) Length : Approx. –60 dBu: 3 kilohms. 3 elements Screw thread for video camera recorder M58 × 0. Fs48 kHz (16 bits.) 56 × 31 × 100 mm (2 1/4 × 1 1/4 × 4 in) (w/h/d) excluding projecting parts Mass (approx.7 kg (3 lb 12 oz) including the NP-F330 rechargeable battery pack.20 1/2 in) Colour temperature Auto. channels 3/4).2 7/8 in) When converted to a 35 mm still camera 43.5 mm) INPUT1/INPUT2 connectors XLR 3-pin. 327 mV.4 mm (1 3/4 . 2 min and 30 s Viewfinder Electric viewfinder (B&W) Image device 1/3 type CCD (3 Charge Coupled Device) Approx. 48× (Digital) F1.) 133 × 180 × 456 mm (5 1/4 × 7 1/8 × 18 in) (w/h/d) Mass (approx.7 W Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) Storage temperature –20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F) Dimensions (approx. female. 75 ohms.35 . channels 1/2) Video signal PAL colour. 418 g (14 oz) Supplied accessories Lens caps (2) (for the front and back of the lens) Carrying pouch (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. (at output impedance more than 47 kilohms) Output impedance with less than 2. nIndoor (3 200 K). 400 000 pixels) Lens Combined power zoom lens Filter diameter 58 mm (2 3/8 in) 12× (Optical).0.4 V (AC Adaptor) Average power consumption (when using the battery pack) During camera recording using LCD 5.4 × 20. 450 000 pixels (Effective: Approx.0 Wh Dimensions (approx. 28.8 mm (1 9/16 × 13/16 × 2 7/8 in) (w/h/d) Mass (approx.7 Lens structure 3 groups.Specifications Video camera recorder System Video recording system 2 rotary heads Helical scanning system Audio recording system Rotary heads.2 . CCIR standards Usable cassette Mini DVCAM cassette with the mark printed Mini DV cassette with the mark printed Tape speed DVCAM format: Approx.240 V AC. +4 dBu: 10 kilohms (0 dBu = 0. 75 ohms.

23) 3 Focus ring (p. 25) 9 END SEARCH button (p. 28) qg SPOT LIGHT button (p. 171) qf OPEN button (p. 44) qs IRIS button (p. 26) 9 0 qa qs qd qf qg These are trademarks. 27) qa IRIS dial (p. 18. 162 . 64) 2 Zoom ring (p. 27) 0 EDITSEARCH buttons (p. 39) 8 BACK LIGHT button (p. 47) 5 FOCUS selector (p. When using additional filters We recommend that you use Sony made filters.— Quick Reference — Identifying the parts and controls Camcorder 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 INDEX MARK button (p. 59) 7 FADER button (p. 59) 6 PUSH AUTO button (p. 44) qd Display window (p. 59) 4 ND FILTER selector (p.

129) wd DATA CODE button (p. ea es ed ef Quick Reference DATA CODE MEMORY MIX TITLE DIGITAL EFFECT MENU TC/U-BIT 163 .Identifying the parts and controls qh qj qk ql w. 129) es MEMORY MIX button (p. 48) wk RESET button (p. wa ws wd wf wg qh Speaker qj LCD screen (p. 40) DISPLAY PLAY MEMORY INDEX DELETE wh wj wk wl e. 30) wf TITLE button (p. 29) ws MEMORY – button (p. 122. 11) wj ZEBRA selector (p. 20) qk LCD BRIGHT buttons (p. 136) ea MEMORY + button (p. 122. 28) w. 21) ql VOLUME buttons (p. 151) wl MEMORY INDEX button (p. 95) wg TC/U-BIT button (p. MEMORY DELETE button (p. 94) wh Battery pack (p. 129) wa DISPLAY button (p. 122) ed MENU button (p. 130) e. MEMORY PLAY button (p. 105) ef DIGITAL EFFECT button (p.

Identifying the parts and controls eg eh ej ek el r. 10) ek REC START/STOP button (p. 28. 18) el Lens r. When attaching the eyecup. 84) C SLOW (slow playback) AUDIO DUB (dubbing) x STOP (stop) m REW (rewind) N PLAY (playback) M FF (Fast-forward) X PAUSE (pause) z REC (recording) The control buttons light up when you set the POWER switch to VCR. ra eg Video control buttons (p. then remove it. 55) Attaching/removing the eyecup • When removing the eyecup. eh INPUT2 connector (p. • Do not pull the eyecup inward or with excessive force [c]. Hood with a lens cap ra Lens hood fixing screw 164 . Doing so may damage the eyecup [a] [b] [c] ej INPUT1 connector (p. fit it onto the camcorder and slide it all the way along grooves until it stops. insert a finger into the gap that appears between the eyecup and viewfinder [b]. pull lightly the upper edge of it with your fingers [a]. 31.

10) rj INPUT2 +48 V switch (p. EN OP CL E OS To open/close the shutter of the hood with a lens cap.Identifying the parts and controls rs rf rg rh REC CH SELECT CH1•CH2 CH1 rd INPUT LEVEL ON OFF +48V INPUT LEVEL LINE MIC MIC ATT ON OFF +48V LINE MIC MIC ATT rj rk INPUT1 INPUT2 rs Remote sensor rd Camera recording lamp (p. 10) rk INPUT2 INPUT LEVEL selector (p. fit the line on the hood to the corresponding line on the lens frame. slide the knob to your desired direction according to the arrow. 55) Quick Reference Attaching/removing the hood with a lens cap To attach the hood with a lens cap. then screw the hood clockwise and tighten the lower hood fixing screw. loosen the lower hood fixing screw. 10) rh INPUT1 +48 V switch (p. 165 . To remove the hood with a lens cap. 10) rg INPUT1 INPUT LEVEL selector (p. 18) rf INPUT1 REC CH SELECT switch (p. and unscrew the hood with a lens cap counterclockwise.

ya ys yd yf yg yh yj yk yl u.Identifying the parts and controls rl t. 54) tk SEL/PUSH EXEC dial (p. 11) td GAIN button (p. 17) yf PUSH button (p. 45) tf AUTO LOCK selector (p. 18) yk START/STOP button (p. . 166 Fasten the grip strap firmly. ta ts td tf tg th tj tk tl rl Hooks for shoulder strap t. 105) tl Memory Stick slot (p. 17) yg Grip strap yh LOCK switch (p. 23) yd Cassette lid (p. y. 18) yj POWER switch (p. 115) Fastening the grip strap y. 50) tj AUDIO LEVEL button (p. 43) tg WHT BAL button (p. 51) th AE SHIFT button (p. 46) u. 34. 23) ta PHOTO button (p. 115) Attaching the shoulder strap Attach the shoulder strap supplied with your camcorder to the hooks for the shoulder strap. Access lamp (p. 118) ts BATT (battery) RELEASE lever (p. Handle REC START/STOP button (p. 23) ys Handle zoom switch (p. 21) ya Handle zoom lever (p. 18) yl SHUTTER SPEED button (p. Power zoom lever (p.

LINK compatible. 73.Identifying the parts and controls ua us ud uf ug uh uj uk ul i. 74. the speaker on your camcorder is silent. 125) if AUDIO CH1/CH2 jack (p. 17) uk DC IN jack (p. 22) uh Hook for removing the viewfinder (p. The DV Interface is i. Otherwise. you cannot attach the tripod securely and the screw may damage your camcorder. 82. 167 . This jack has the same function as the jack indicated as CONTROL L or REMOTE.5 mm (9/32 inch). 82.LINK” mark is a trademark of Sony Corporation and indicates that this product is in agreement with IEEE 13941995 specifications and their revisions. 10) is S VIDEO jack (p. 57) ug Viewfinder lens adjustment lever (p. Quick Reference ij i (headphones) jack When you use headphones. 125) id VIDEO jack (p. 33. 33. 82. 18) uf CUSTOM PRESET button (p. 126) This “i. 12) ul Tripod receptacle Make sure that the length of the tripod screw is less than 6. 87) ig DV Interface (p. 73. 33. Accessory shoe ia Microphone (p. 73. We recommend that you use Sony made VCT-870RM to connect to the LANC jack on your camcorder. We recommend that you use Sony made MDR-ED238SP. i. 84. 157) uj EJECT switch (p. The LANC control jack is used for controlling the tape transport of video equipment and peripherals connected to it. ih LANC jack LANC stands for Local Application Control Bus System. ia is id if ig ih ij ua Carrying handle us Remote sensor ud Camera recording lamp (p.

•Do not leave the wide conversion lens in high humidity for a long period. Wide conversion lens Notes •This wide conversion lens is dedicated for the 58-mm-dia filter of the Sony digital camcorder. and then tighten the left hood fixing screw. You may be injured. then attach the wide conversion lens. •Do not apply impact to the digital camcorder. Be sure to screw the lens all the way until it stops. 168 . then release the protector slowly. as it may get mold. screw the hood clockwise. •Be careful when you put your camcorder with the conversion lens attached on the desk. Be careful especially when you attach the conversion lens. •Be careful when you remove the MC protector that is attached to the wide conversion lens. remove the caps of the wide conversion lens that is attached to the back and front of the lens. •Attach the cap for the wide conversion lens when storing the wide conversion lens. Your camcorder may be unstable. Lens hood Attaching the wide conversion lens To attach the wide conversion lens. apply a soft cloth to the MC protector.Identifying the parts and controls Attaching the lens hood for the wide conversion lens only To attach the hood for the wide conversion lens. To prevent from injuring. remove the hood.

1 2 3 Attaching the hood cap 1 Attach the hood cap strap to the grip belt. then attach it to the lens hood. 2 Attach the wide conversion lens. Refer to the illustration below. 3 Attach the front hood for the wide conversion lens. 1 2 169 Quick Reference . 2 Pinch the upper and lower part of the hood cap.Identifying the parts and controls Attaching the wide conversion lens with the lens hood 1 Attach the base hood for the wide conversion lens and then screw the left lens hood fixing screw.

70) 7 Video control buttons (p. 3 PHOTO button (p. 67. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 qa qs qd 1 Transmitter Point toward the remote sensor to control your camcorder after turning on your camcorder.Identifying the parts and controls Remote Commander The buttons that have the same name on the Remote Commander as on your camcorder function identically to the buttons on your camcorder./> buttons (p. 65. 65. 79) 9 DATA CODE button (p. 30) 0 START/STOP button (p. 67. 88) 170 . 31) 8 REC button (p. 122. 18) qa Power zoom button (p. 29) 5 Memory control buttons (p. 118) 4 DISPLAY button (p. 23) qs . 2 ZERO SET MEMORY button This button does not function. 129) 6 SEARCH MODE button (p. 82)/MARK button (p. 68. 70) qd AUDIO DUB button (p. 68. 34.

the Remote Commander may not function properly. Otherwise. Notes on the Remote Commander •Point the remote sensor away from strong light sources such as direct sunlight or overhead lighting. 12)/ Memory counter (p. 152) 2 FULL charge (p. Quick Reference Display window 2 1 1 Remaining battery time (p. 12) 3 Remaining battery (p. 24)/ Self-diagnosis (p. Commander modes 1. we recommend changing the commander mode or covering the sensor of the VCR with black paper. If you use another Sony VCR in the commander mode VTR 2. •Your camcorder works in the commander mode VTR 2. 12) * The time code is displayed even if you switch the time code to user bits. 130)/ Time code* (p. 2 and 3 are used to distinguish your camcorder from other Sony VCRs to avoid remote control misoperation. 3 171 .Identifying the parts and controls To prepare the Remote Commander Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by matching the + and – polarities on the batteries to the + – marks inside the battery compartment.

121) 5 16:9WIDE (p. 45)/IRIS (p. 40)/FADER (p. Audio mode (p. 62)/ Interval recording (p. 46) 9 LCD bright (p. 50)/ GAIN (p. 30)/White balance (p. 35) 6 Warning (p. 152)/ Photo mode (p. 27)/ FRAME REC (p. 25)/Spot light (p. 107) qd Manual focus/Infinity (p. ws Audio input level/Time (p. 153) 7 Custom preset (p. 18)/ Video control mode (p. 24) 3 Zoom (p. wa ws wd wf wg 1 Cassette memory (p. 26) qs SteadyShot OFF (p. 130)/ User bits (p. 60) qk DV IN (p. 28) 0 Date (p.Identifying the parts and controls Operation indicators 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 qa qs qd qf qg 120min W ST I LL 16 : 9W I DE STBY T 00:00:12:34 120min END SEARCH AUTO 50 ATW F11 0dB 4 7 2003 ND1 DV I N DVCAM 48K 100–0019 12:05:56 qh qj qk ql w. 24) wd ND filter (p. 31) qg Time code (p. 57) 8 Data code (p. 30) qa Backlight (p. 130) qj END SEARCH (p. 21)/Volume (p. 113) 4 Digital effect (p. 59) qf Standby/Recording (p. 51)/ Shutter speed (p. 37)/PROG. 93) qh Remaining tape (p. 119) wg Video flash ready This indicator appears when you use the video flash light (optional). 172 . 38)/ MEMORY MIX (p. 24)/ Self-diagnosis (p. 23)/Data file name (p. 34)/ Image number (p. 110) wa Data file name This indicator appears when the MEMORY MIX functions work. 47) wf Continuous mode (p. 85)/AVtDV OUT ql DVCAM format /DV format SP mode (p. 30)/AE SHIFT (p. 142) 2 Remaining battery time (p. 24)/ Memory playback (p. 44)/SteadyShot OFF (p. 24) w. SCAN (p.

26) Functions to give images more impact (in the recording mode) •Smooth transition between scenes •Taking a still picture •Digital processing of images •Superimposing a title FADER (p. 113) Functions to be used after recording (in the playback mode) •Digital processing of recorded images •Displaying the date/time or various settings when you recorded •Searching for scenes having a title •Searching for scenes recorded in the photo mode •Scanning scenes recorded in the photo mode DIGITAL EFFECT (p. 118) DIGITAL EFFECT (p. 70) Photo scan (p. 30) Title search (p. 59) Functions to be used in editing (in the recording mode) •Watching the picture on a wide-screen TV •Viewing images using a personal computer Wide mode (p. For details. 105) Manual focus (p. refer to the operating instructions (for the auto logo insert function) supplied with this camcorder. 38) PHOTO (p.Quick Function Guide Functions to adjust exposure (in the recording mode) •Shooting backlit subjects •In spotlight. 34. such as at the theater or a formal event BACK LIGHT (p. 173 . 95) Functions to give a natural appearance to your recordings (in the recording mode) •Preventing deterioration of picture quality in digital zoom •Focusing manually D ZOOM [MENU] (p. 72) Data code (p. 37) “Memory Stick” (p. 40) TITLE (p. 25) Spotlight mode (p. 67) Photo search (p. 71) Quick Reference You can insert the selected logo or mark on the moving picture being shot.

.... 59 Format ............ 67 TRAIL .. 135 Image quality mode ......... 40 Operation indicators .............................................. 134 Slow playback ................................ 101 LANC .................................. 30 Date search ................................................................................................................. 12 T........... 167 Remote sensor .............. 45 174 ..... G.............. 111 Write-protect tab ...... 35 E EDITSEARCH . 29 DOT ...... 60 IRIS .............. 16 COLOUR BAR .. 31 Power sources (battery pack) ..................... 23 Print mark . 25 Battery pack ............................ 68 Date/time indicator ........................ 112 Grip strap ........... 70 Picture search .......... 62 Data code ..... 26 STEADYSHOT ..... Y. 113 Labeling a cassette ........................ 73...... 130 Index search ......... 108 AUDIO MODE ..... 64 INDEX (Multiple) display ................................ J............... 31 Spotlight mode ...................... 144 Image protection ..... 24 Remote Commander . 40 FOCUS . 107 BACK LIGHT ................................................ 119 Custom preset ......... 31 Playback pause .... 157 R Rec Review ....................... 55 F................... 165 RESET ........................ K.............................................. 116 INDEX MARK .......113 Zebra pattern ...... 166 Guide frame .......... 33........ 38 WORLD TIME ........ 24 Remaining tape indicator ...... 121 Memory Photo recording ..............................Index A.... 20 LUMINANCEKEY .................. 167 Heads ............... 38 FLASH MOTION ...... 46 Adjusting viewfinder ...... 86 AUDIO LEVEL .......... 65 “InfoLITHIUM” battery ............................................. 38 Dubbing a tape ................................. 19 TV colour system .......... 30 DIGITAL EFFECT ............ 33 Continuous ... 71 Photo search .... 93 W........ 73 M................................... 27 Recording level ....... 167 LCD screen .......................... 142 Charging battery . 82 Accessory shoe ............................................................................ N Manual adjustment . B A/V connecting cable ...................................... 54 AUDIO MIX ..................................... 155 User bits ................... 17....................................... 121 Cassette memory ................................................... 20 Moisture condensation ............................... 43 Manual focus .. 27........................................... 155 Photo scan ....................... 24 Title .. 7............ P OLD MOVIE .......... V Tape Photo recording ............ 51 Wide mode ... 139 Progressive recording ........... 172 OVERLAP ................... 15 (wall socket) .................................... 23 WIPE ............................................. 113 Menu settings .............. 27 END SEARCH ........................... 12 GAIN ....................... 11 (car battery) .. U................................ 40 Digital program editing .............................. 48 Zoom ................. 73.. 45 External microphone (optional) . 105 Mirror mode .................................. 121 Memory luminancekey ............................................................ 31 Slide show ............. 38 FADER ............................................................................ 44..................... 34 Telephoto ............... 167 AC Adaptor .......... L i....................... 23 Time code ............................................................... 158 Clock set ........ 121 Memory overlap .. 110 AUTO SHTR ................................................................................................................. 107 STILL ............................................... 50 Audio dubbing ...... 37 Wide-angle .......... 153 White balance ....... 12 Charging the built-in rechargeable battery ............................................... 33.... 23 O............. 170 Remote control jack (LANC) ........................................... 15 Power zoom ........ Z Warning indicators ........................................................................................................ 105 Self-diagnosis display ......................... 118 “Memory Stick” ............ X.........LINK .......... 59 Memory chromakey ...................... 36 Headphones jack ........ 109 Full charge ....................................................................... 112 Connection (dubbing a tape) .... 44 JPEG ....................................... D Camera chromakey .... 11 BEEP . H Fade in/out ........ 152 Skip scan .................... 73 (viewing on TV) .......... 40 C..... 121 Memory mix ............ 40 S S VIDEO jack .......... 156 MONOTONE ..................................................................................................... 75 DISPLAY ................... 82 SEL/PUSH EXEC dial ............................. 38 PAL system ....... 12 Interval recording .............. 12 Adjusting shutter speed .... 151 I...... 95 Title search .. 53 Recording time .......... 22 AE SHIFT .. 13 Remaining battery time indicator ..... 40 Transition ....... 57 Cut recording ...... 38 ND filter ...................... 47 Normal charge ............................................. 31 Exposure .....

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2. or for zoom- Switching a page • To move to the first page. and accordingly it will be convenient for the voltage check. Place the pointer in the position in a text where the link exists (such as a button on cover and the table of contents page. of IC on the block diagram. click the . number of copies. and the page then rotates 90 degrees each. and you can move to the link destination. Click the Print button . . Select either palm tool . Specify a printer. and click the [Find Again] continuously. . Also.) Moving with bookmark: Click an item (text) on the bookmark pallet. Enter a character string to be found into a text box. and click the [Find]. 3. (Character strings entered previously are displayed as they are in the text box. zoom tool . clicking can display the hidden items. select the check box “Find Backward” and then click the “Find”. • To move to the previous page. of IC on the circuit diagram or printed circuit board diagram successively. click ) 3. (To go back to original state. click the • To move to the next page. and the pointer will change to the forefinger form . click . click the • To move to the last page. No. and then click the Print button. Note: The find function may not be applied to the Service Manual depending on the date of issue. click the . Or. Reversing the screens displayed once • To reverse the previous screens (operation) one by one. click the link.[Description of main button functions on toolbar of the Adobe Acrobat Reader Ver5. “Rotate” • Click rotate tool . printed circuit boards) and parts list pages in a text can be found using this find function. print range. the • To advance the reversed screens (operation) one by one. Then. No. Application of printing: To set a range to be printed within a page. (Specify the find options as necessary) Moving with link 1. Click the Find button . (You will go to the link destination.0 (for Windows)] Toolbar Printing a text 1. . or graphic selection tool . and other options. For example. so that you can move to the Ref. . . Open the find dialog box again. Application to the Service Manual: This function allows you to go and back between circuit diagram and printed circuit board diagram. text selection tool Application to the Service Manual: To execute “find” from current page toward the previous pages. select the graphic and drag on the page to enclose a range to selection tool be printed. you may click ing in or out.) Application to the Service Manual: The parts on the drawing pages (block diagrams. click the Application to the Service Manual: The printed circuit board diagram you see now can be changed to the same direction as the set. find a Ref. Finding a text 1. Zooming or rotating the screen display “Zoom in/out” • Click the triangle button in the zoom control box to select the display magnification. 2. or blue characters on the removal flowchart page or drawing page). and then click [OK]. circuit diagrams. 2. and click the [Find Again] and you can find the matched character strings displayed next.

11 History Official Release Contents — S.pdf Revision History Ver.Reverse 987628611. issued — .M.0 Date 2003. 1. Rev.