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AE-6BAD/Y CHASSIS

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL

KV-32FQ85B

COMMANDER

DEST

CHASSIS NO.

RM-942

FR

SCC-Q83R-A

MODEL

KV-32FQ85E

COMMANDER

RM-942

DEST

ESP

CHASSIS NO.

SCC-Q81U-A

KV-32FQ85

RM-942

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section

Title
Caution
Specifications
Connectors
Self Diagnostic Software

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Page

Section

Title

3
4
5
6

5. DIAGRAMS
5-1.

1. GENERAL
Switching On the TV and
Automatically Tuning
....................
Introducing and Using the Menu
System
....................
The Picture Adjustment Menu ....................
The Sound Adjustment Menu ....................
PAP (Picture and Picture)
....................
Teletext
....................
Fastext
....................
Remote Control Configuration
for VCR or DVD
....................
Technical Specifications
....................
Troubleshooting
....................

5-2.
5-3.

7
8
8
9
10
10
10
11
11
12

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

Rear Cover Removal
....................
Speaker Connector Disconnection................
Chassis Removal and Refitting ....................
Service Position
....................
G Board Removal
....................
D2 Board Removal
....................
D Board Removal
....................
Picture Tube Removal
....................
Bottom Plates
....................

13
13
13
14
14
14
14
15
16

3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.

Beam Landing
Convergence
Focus Adjustment
Screen (G2), White Balance

5-4.
5-5.
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17
18
20
20

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21
23

Page

Block Diagrams (1)
Block Diagrams (2)
Block Diagrams (3)
Block Diagrams (4)
Circuit Board Location
Schematic Diagrams and
Printed Wiring Boards
* A Board Schematic
* A Board PWB
* B Board Schematic
* B Board PWB
* F1 Board Schematic
* F1 Board PWB
* H1 Board Schematic
* H1 Board PWB
* VM Board Schematic
* VM Board PWB
* G Board Schematic
* G Board PWB
* C Board Schematic
* C Board PWB
* J Board Schematic
* J Board PWB
* MS Board Schematic
* MS Board PWB
* D2 Board Schematic
* D2 Board PWB
* D Board Schematic
* D Board PWB

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24
25
26
27
27

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27
30
33
35
38
39
40
39
40
39
40
41
40
42
43
44
43
45
48
49
48
51
50

Semiconductors
IC Blocks

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52
54

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56
57

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58

6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1.
6-2.

Chassis
Picture Tube

4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
4-1.
4-2.

Electrical Adjustments
Test Mode 2

ATTENTION

CAUTION
SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE
ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR THE
CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVAL OF THE
ANODE CAP.
WARNING !!
AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING
ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD
DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS
DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.

APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DE’LANODE,
COURT-CIRCUITER L’ANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET
CELUI DE L’ANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE DE
L’APPAREIL, OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR LE
TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE
CATHODIQUE.
ATTENTION !!
AFIN D’EVITER TOUT RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION
PROVENANT D’UN CHÁSSIS SOUS TENTION, UN
TRANSFORMATEUR D’ISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILISÈ LORS
DE TOUT DÈPANNAGE LE CHÁSSIS DE CE RÈCEPTEUR EST
DIRECTMENT RACCORDÈ Á L’ALIMENTATION SECTEUR.

ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS Á
LA SECURITÈ!!

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ON
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÈS PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE
MARQUE SUR LES SCHÈMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES
EXPLOSÈES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES SONT D’UNE IMPORTANCE CRITIQUE POUR LA SÈCURITÈ DU FONCTIONNEMENT,
NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPSANTS SONY DONT
LE NUMÈRO DE PIÈCE EST INDIQUÈ DANS LE PRÈSENT
MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLÈMENTS PUBLIÈS PAR SONY.

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CAUTION

Lead Free Soldered Boards
example 1

The circuit boards listed below [Table 1] used in these models
may have been processed using Lead Free Solder. The boards are
identified by the LF logo located close to the board designation
e.g. F1, H1 etc [ see examples ]. The servicing of these boards
requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below.

example 2

Table 1

Board

Function

A

Audio,Deflection,Tuner,Regulators,
Interface

B

Backend,Scanrate,LVDS,A_Interface

C

R,G,B Out

D

Deflection

F1

Power Switch/Fuse/SIRCS/Standby
LED

G

Power Supply

H1

Front AV Input/Headphone and
Control Switches

J

AV Scar t I/O Switching and Sockets

VM

Velocity Modulation

It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead Free Solder is
available under the following part numbers :

Partnumber

Diameter

Remarks

7-640-005-19

0.3mm

0.25Kg

7-640-005-20

0.4mm

0.50Kg

7-640-005-21

0.5mm

0.50Kg

7-640-005-22

0.6mm

0.25Kg

7-640-005-23

0.8mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-24

1.0mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-25

1.2mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-26

1.6mm

1.00Kg

Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade. This
requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.
For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com

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ITEM MODEL

Television System

Stereo System

Channel Coverage

Color System

B

B/G/H, D/K, I, L

GERMAN/NICAM
Stereo

VHF : E2-E12, R1-R12, S01-S03, F02-F10, B-Q
UHF : E21-E69, F21-F69, B21-B69, R21-R69
CABLE TV : S01-S20
HYPER : S21-S41

E

B/G/H, D/K

GERMAN/NICAM
Stereo

VHF : E2-E12, R1-R12, S01-S03
UHF : E21-E69, R21-R69
CABLE TV : S01-S20
HYPER : S21-S41

PAL, SECAM
NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58
(VIDEO IN)
PAL, SECAM
NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58
(VIDEO IN)

Sound output
Picture Tube

Flat Display FD Trinitron
Approx 82 cm (32 inches)
(Approx 76 cm picture measured
diagonally)

Input/Output Terminals [REAR]

1: 21-pin Euro connector
(CENELEC standard)

2: 21-pin Euro connector

3: 21-pin Euro connector

Phono Jacks

Right and Left speaker

2x20W (Music Power)

2x10W (RMS)

Sub Woofer

1x30W (Music Power)

1x15W (RMS)

General Specifications

Inputs for Audio and Video signals.
Inputs for RGB.
Outputs of TV Video and Audio
signals.
Inputs for Audio and Video signals.
Inputs for RGB.
Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals.
(Monitor Out)
Inputs for Audio and Video signals.
Inputs for S Video.
Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals.
(selectable)
Output Connectors variable for Audio
Signals

Input/Output Terminals [FRONT]

Power Requirements

220 - 240V

Power Consumption

135W

Dimensions

Approx 910 x 586 x 586mm

Weight

Approx 64kg

Supplied Accessories

RM-942 Remote Commander (1)
IEC designated R6 battery (2)

Other Features

100 Hz picture, DNR, Auto Noise Reduction,
PAP, Teletext, Smar tlink, BBE, Vir tual Dolby

Remote Control System : Infrared Control

Headphone jack

stereo mini jack

Audio inputs

phono jacks

Video inputs

phono jacks

S Video input

4 pin DIN

Power requirements

3V dc
2 batteries IEC designation
R6 (size AA)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Model Name

KV-32FQ85B

KV-32FQ85E

Pal Comb

OFF

OFF

PIP

OFF

OFF

RGB Priority

ON

ON

Item

Woofer Box

ON

ON

Scar t 1

ON

ON

Scar t 2

ON

ON

Scar t 3

ON

ON

Front in (4)

ON

ON

Projector

OFF

OF F

Norm B/G

ON

ON

Norm I

ON

OF F

Norm D/K

ON

ON

Norm AUS

OFF

OFF

Norm L

ON

OFF

Norm SAT

OFF

OFF

Norm M

OFF

OFF

Teletext

ON

ON

Nicam Stereo

ON

ON

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21 pin connector
Pin No

1

2

3
4

Signal

1

21

Signal level

Audio output B
(right)

Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*

2

Audio input B
(right)

Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : More than 10kohm*

3

Audio output A
(left)

Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*

4

Ground (audio)

5

Ground (blue)

20

6

Audio input A
(left)

18

7

Blue input

0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms positive

8

Function select
(AV control)

High state (9.5-12V) : Part mode
Low state (0-2V) : TV mode
Input impedence : More than 10K ohms
Input capacitance : Less than 2nF

19
17
16
15

Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : More than 10kohm*

14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5

9

Ground (green)

10

Open

11

Green

12

Open

13

Ground (red)

14

Ground (blanking)
_

4

3

Red input

0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive

(S signal Chroma
input)

0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive

16

Blanking input
(Ys signal)

High state (1-3V) Low state (0-0.4V)
Input impedence : 75 ohms

17

Ground (video
output)

18

Ground (video
input)

19

Video output

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)

Video input

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)

Video input
Y (S signal)

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)

15

_

_

2
1

Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms,
positive

_
20

_

_

21

Common ground
(plug, shield)
Connected

Rear Connection Panel

Not Connected (open)

* at 20Hz - 20kHz

Front Connection Panel

S-Video
socket

S Video socket pin configuration

-5-

Pin
No

Signal

Signal Level

1

Ground

-

2

Ground

-

3

Y (S signal) input

1V+/- 3dB 75ohm,
positive Sync. 0.3V
-3 +10dB

4

C (S signal) input

0.3V+/- 3dB
75ohm, positive
Sync.

AE-6BAD/Y SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE

The identification of errors within the AE-6BAD/Y chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In
the event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with a continuous
flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant
device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted) See table 1, non fatal errors are reported using this
method. Each time the software detects an error it is stored within the NVM. See Table 2.

Table 1

How to enter into Table 2
Error Message
No error
Reser ved
OCP ( Over Current Protection )
Over Voltage Protection
No Ver tical Sync
IKR Error at power on
IIC bus clock and/or data lines low at power on
NVM no IIC bus acknowledge at power on
Horizontal Protection
Tuner no acknowledge at power on
Sound Processor Error
Reser ved
Scanrate Error
DAC Error
Backend Error
Dynamic Convergence Error
PIP Error

LED
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1.
2.
3.
4.

5.

Table 2
Error monitor
WORKING TIME:
Error counters:
E02: OCP
E03: OVP
E04: NO V SYNC
E05: IKR
E06: IIC
E07: NVM
E08: H PROT
E09: TUNER
E10: SOUND
E11: 9 VOLTS
E12: SCANRATE
E13: 3DCOMB
E14: BACKEND
E15: DYNCON
E16: HIGH VOLTAGE
E17: AVSWITCH
E18: CHROMA DEC
E19: FRCA
E20: PJ ENG
E21: DAC
E24: SPEAKER PROT
E25: MEMORY STICK

Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3

StBy LED
ON

ON

OFF

Turn on the main power switch of the TV set.
Program Remote Commander for Operation in Service
Mode. [See Page 21].
Press ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘AUX/VIDEO’ > ‘MENU’ on the
Remote Commander.
Using the Remote Commander, Scroll to the ‘Error’ item
using the down arrow key, then press the right arrow
key.
The following table will be displayed indicating the error
count.

ON

OFF

Select:

(Hours:Minutes)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Previous Menu:

Note: To clear the error count data press ‘80’ on the Remote
commander.

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82:33

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4

The Country menu appears automatically. Press the v or V
button to select the country in which you are using the TV. Press
the OK button to confirm your selection.

3

OK and correct any slant of the picture between –5 and +5 by
pressing v or V. Finally press OK to store.

a) If it is not necessary, press OK to select Not necessary.
b) If it is necessary, press B or b to select Adjust now, then press

Because of the earth’s magnetism, the picture might slant. The
Picture Rotation menu allows you to correct the picture slant if
it is necessary.

• If the country in which you want to use the TV set
does not appear in the list, select “off” instead of a country.
• To avoid wrong teletext characters for cyrillic languages we
recommend selecting Russia country if your own country
does not appear in the list.

Press the V, v, B or b buttons on the remote control to select
your language, then press the OK button to confirm your
selection. From now on all the menus will appear in your chosen
language.

Connect the TV plug to the mains socket (220-240V AC, 50Hz)
The first time that the TV set is connected, it is usually turned on.
If the TV is off, press the
on/off button on the TV set to turn
on the TV.
The first time you switch on the TV, a Language menu displays
automatically on the TV screen.

2

1
Español
Português
Polski

Español
Português
Polski

Not necessary

continued...

Adjust now

If picture slants, please
adjust picture rotation.

Off
Ireland
Nederland
België/Belgique
Luxembourg
France
Italia
Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera

Select country

Country

Español
Português
Polski

Español
Português
Polski

Español
Português
Polski

Español
Português
Polski

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

Select language

Language

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

Select language

Language

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

English
Nederlands
Français
Italiano
Deutsch
Türkçe

Select language

Language

The first time you switch on your TV, a sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to: 1) choose
the language of the menu screen 2) Choose the country in which you are going to operate the TV, 3) adjust the
picture slant, 4) check how to connect optional equipment to your TV, 5) search and store all available channels
(TV Broadcast) and 6) change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen.
However, if you need to change any of these settings at a later date, you can do that by selecting the appropriate
(Set Up menu) or by pressing the Auto Start Up Button
on the TV set.
option in the

Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning
After the automatic tuning process has finished and the
optional equipment has been connected at this stage, we
recommend you follow the instructions explained on the
section "Connection Guide" on page 15 to get the optimum
settings related with the optional equipment.

A diagram will appear showing you how to connect a wide range
of equipment to your TV set. Follow the instructions and finally
press the OK button to remove the picture and continue the
automatic process.

v or V button to select the new

the order of the other channels.

3 Repeat steps b)1 and b)2 if you wish to change

programme number position for your selected
channel (TV Broadcast). Press the OK button to store.

2 Press the

1 Press the

v or V button to select the programme
number with the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish
to move. Press the b button.

b) If you wish to store the channels in a different order:

go to step 9.

a) If you wish to keep the broadcast channels in the tuned order,

After all available channels are captured and stored,
the Programme Sorting menu automatically appears
on the screen enabling you to change the order in
which the channels are stored.

Your TV is now ready for use

9 Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the screen

8

If no channels were found during the auto tune process, a
message appears automatically on the screen asking you to
connect the aerial. Check the aerial connection (refer to
page 7). Press the OK button to restart the auto tuning
process.

In some countries the TV Broadcaster installs the channels
automatically (ACI system). In this case, the TV
Broadcaster sends a menu in which you can select your city
by pressing the v or V button and OK to store the
channels.

This procedure could take some minutes. Please be patient
and do not press any buttons, otherwise automatic tuning
will not be completed.

available broadcast channels for you.

7 The TV starts to automatically search and store all

button to select Yes.

6 The Auto Tuning menu appears on the screen. Press the OK

5

The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the ‘Operating
Instruction Manual’. The page numbers of the ‘Operating Instruction Manual’ remain
as in the manual.

OK

DVD

Auto Tuning

Yes

TVE
TVE2
TV3
C33
C27
C58
S02
S06

Programme Sorting

TVE
TVE2
TV3
C33
C27
C58
S02
S06

01

Confirm

Programme Sorting

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08

1 1
: /

4

No

TVE

No channel found.
Please connect aerial

Programmes found:

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08

2 2
: /

Do you want to start
automatic tuning?

: /q

3 3

Please connect your equipment
according to this chart

SECTION 1 GENERAL

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3

2

1

Exit: MENU

Enter:
OK

Live
Auto
Cold

Exit: MENU

Select:

Enter:
OK

Exit: MENU

Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the screen.

To switch off the menu screens:

Enter: OK

To do this:
Press the MENU button and then press OK to
enter this menu. Next press v or V to select the
desired option and press OK. Finally read below
how to operate into each option.

Personal (for individual settings).
Live (for live broadcast programmes, DVD and Digital Set Top Box receivers).
Movie (for films).
Once you have selected your desired option, press OK to store.

Press B or b to reduce or enhance picture contrast. Next press OK to store.
Press B or b to darken or brighten the picture. Next press OK to store.

Press B or b to soften or to sharpen the picture. Next press OK to store.

Press OK to reset the picture to the factory preset levels.
This option is set to Auto to automatically reduce the snowy picture
visible in the broadcast signal. However, it can be modified by pressing v or V
to select Off, Low, Mid or High. Finally press OK to store.
This option allows you to alter the tint of the picture. After selecting this option
press b. Next press repeatedly v or V to select: Warm (gives the white colours
a red tint), Normal (gives the white colours a neutral tint), Cold (gives the white
colours a blue tint). Next press OK to store.

Reset
Noise
Reduction

Colour Tone

This option only appears and only can be altered if "Picture Mode" is set to "Personal".

Sharpness

This option only appears for NTSC signal (e.g. USA video tapes).

Press B or b to decrease or to increase the green tones. Next press OK to store.

This option only appears and only can be altered if "Picture Mode" is set to "Personal".

Press B or b to decrease or to increase color intensity. Next press OK to store.

This option only appears and only can be altered if "Picture Mode" is set to "Personal".
Colour

Hue

Select:

Auto
Cold

Live

This option allows you to customise the Picture Mode based on the programme
you are watching. After selecting this option press OK. Next press repeatedly v
or V to select:

Back:

Picture Mode:
Contrast:
Reset
Noise Reduction:
Colour Tone:

Picture Adjustment

The “Picture Adjustment” menu allows you to
alter the picture settings.

"Brightness", "Colour" and "Sharpness" level of "Live" and "Movie" mode are fixed on the
factory to get the best picture quality.

Picture Mode

Contrast

OK

Select:

Picture Mode:
Contrast:
Reset
Noise Reduction:
Colour Tone:

Picture Adjustment

,

Brightness

Enter:

Live
Auto
Cold

Auto
Cold

Live

• To confirm and store your selection, press OK.

v or V.

Select:

Picture Mode:
Contrast:
Reset
Noise Reduction:
Colour Tone:

Picture Mode:
Contrast:
Reset
Noise Reduction:
Colour Tone:

Picture Adjustment

MENU

The Picture Adjustment Menu

• To alter the settings of your selected option, press v/V/B or b.

• To return to the last menu or option, press OK or B.

• To enter the selected menu or option, press OK or b.

• To highlight and select the desired menu or option, press

To navigate through the menus:

Press the MENU button to switch the first level menu on.

To switch on the menu screens:

Picture Adjustment

Your TV uses an On-Screen menu system to guide you through the operations. Use the following buttons on
the Remote Control to operate the menu system:

Introducing and Using the Menu System

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Enter:

m

OK

Auto
Cold

Live

Exit: MENU

Select:

Enter:

Exit: MENU

Select:

Enter:

OK

(Enhances clarity, detail and presence of sound by using “BBE High
Definition Sound system”*).

Natural

(Dolby Virtual, simulates the sound effect of “Dolby Surround Pro
Logic”).

Press OK to reset the sound to the factory preset levels. Next press OK to store.

• For a Stereo broadcast:
Press v or V to select Stereo or Mono. Next press OK to store.
• For a bilingual broadcast:
Press v or V to select Mono (for mono channel if available), A (for channel 1)
or B (for channel 2). Next press OK to store.

Reset

Dual Sound

Press B or b to decrease or to increase the lower-frequency sounds. Next press
OK to store.

Press B or b to decrease higher-frequency sounds. Next press OK to store.

Once you have selected your desired option, press OK to store.

Dolby**
Virtual

Dynamic (“BBE High Definition Sound system”* intensifies clarity and
presence of sound for better intelligibility and musical realism).

(Flat response).

Off

This option allows you to customise the Sound Effect. After selecting this
option press OK. Next press repeatedly v or V to select:

Back:

To do this:
Press the MENU button and press v to select
, then press OK to enter this menu. Next
press v or V to select the desired option and
press OK. Finally read below how to operate
into each option.

The “Sound Adjustment” menu allows you to
alter the sound settings.

Press B or b to emphasise the left or the right speaker. Next press OK to store.

,

Sound Effect:
Dolby Virtual
Treble:
Bass:
Balance:
Reset
Dual Sound:
Stereo
Auto Volume:
Off
TV Speakers:
On
Headphones Set Up

Sound Adjustment

MENU

Balance

Bass

Treble

Sound
Effect

OK

Sound Effect:
Dolby Virtual
Treble:
Bass:
Balance:
Reset
Dual Sound:
Stereo
Auto Volume:
Off
TV Speakers:
On
Headphones Set Up

Sound Adjustment

Select:

Picture Mode:
Contrast:
Reset
Noise Reduction:
Colour Tone:

Picture Adjustment

The Sound Adjustment Menu

(to listen to the TV from the external amplifier only one
time. By using this option, any time the TV is turned
off/on, it returns to the default setting "On").

One time off

Once you have selected your desired option, press OK to store.

Permanent off (to always listen to the TV from external amplifier).

(to listen the TV from the TV set speakers).

On

After selecting this option, press OK. Next press repeatedly v or V to select:

This option allows you to select if you want to listen the TV from the TV speakers
or from an external amplifier connected to the audio outputs on the rear of the TV.

• For a Stereo broadcast:
Press v or V to select Stereo or Mono
• For a bilingual broadcast:
Press v or V to select mono (for mono channel if
available), A (for channel 1) or B (for channel 2).
Select Frame if you want to listen to
the active screen (framed) of the PAP screen (see page
19), select Left picture if you want to listen to the left
screen or select Right picture if you want to listen to
the right screen.

PAP Sound

Press B or b to decrease or increase the volume level
from the headphones.
Dual Sound

volume

After selecting this option press OK. Next press repeatedly
v or V to select:

This option allows you to customise the headphones volume and the
PAP settings (refer to page 19 for details on PAP).

** Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

**This TV has been designed to create surround sound effect by simulating the sound of four
speakers with two speakers, when the broadcast audio signal is Dolby Surround encoded.
The sound effect can also be improved by connecting a suitable external amplifier (for
details refer to page 27).

* The “BBE High Definition Sound system” is manufactured by Sony Corporation under
license from BBE Sound, Inc. It is covered by U.S. Patent No. 4,638,258 and No.
4,482,866. The word “BBE” and BBE Symbol are trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.

Headphones Set Up

If you have selected "One time off" or "Permanent off", the volume of the external equipment
can also be altered by pressing the 2 +/- buttons of the remote control. When the volume
buttons are pressed, the symbol % will appear indicating that the volume you are altering is
not the volume of the TV set speakers, it is from the external equipment.

TV Speakers

If you select “Dolby Virtual” on the “Sound Effect” option, the “Auto Volume” option will
automatically be switched to “Off” and vice versa.

Auto Volume Press v or V to select On (the volume level of the channels will stay the same,
independent of the broadcast signal, e.g. in the case of advertisements) or Off (the
volume level changes according to the broadcast signal). Next press OK to store.

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Press

2

On the screen appears a banner guiding you how to operate
PAP. This banner will disappear after some seconds but it
always can be displayed again by pressing the
button.

again to remove PAP.

One of the screens will be framed to indicate that this is
the active screen. It means that when you want to select
the PAP source, you will be doing it in the active screen.

to display PAP.

PROG+ PROG-

Move Frame

Aceptar
Select:

Versión

Navegador
Configuración del Sistema

RF signal (TV broadcast channels) can not be displayed on the right screen.

Selecting an input source:
Press the b button to select the right screen as the active screen. Next press repeatedly the
button to watch the input signal of a connected equipment onto the TV right screen. For more
details on which input symbol you want to choose, please see section "Viewing pictures from
equipment connected to the TV" on page 27.

Video input signals can not be displayed on the left screen.

Selecting a TV channel:
Press the B button to select the left screen as the active screen. Next press the number buttons
or PROG +/- to select a TV channel.

Select:

03

To do this:
With the PAP switched on, refer to the section "The Sound Adjustment Menu", select "Headphones
Set Up" and set the option " PAP Sound" according your preference. For details see page 13.

Selecting the sound
The sound of the active screen (framed) always comes from the TV set loudspeakers.
Besides that, you can listen to the active screen as well as the non active screen via headphones.

2

1

Selecting PAP source

To change the active screen (framed), press the B or b buttons.

This is only possible if Media Selector is set to TV.

Changing the active screen

Press

1

Switching PAP on and off

PAP divides the screen into two to watch two pictures in format 4:3 simultaneously.

PAP (PICTURE AND PICTURE)

Fastext service lets you access Teletext pages with one button push.
When you are in Teletext mode and Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at
the bottom of the teletext page. Press the appropriate coloured button (red, green, yellow
or blue) to access the page corresponding to your menu choice.

Fastext

To Switch Off Teletext:
Press
.

To select a sub page:
A teletext page may consist of several sub pages. In this case, one or more arrows appear next
to the page number and an information box is displayed at the bottom of the screen showing the
number of sub pages contained on this page. As soon as sub pages are available, they start to
automatically run. If you want to stop the show and select your desired sub page, press
repeatedly B or b.

To reveal concealed information (e.g: answer to a quiz):
Press
/ . Press it again to conceal the information.

To freeze a teletext page:
Press
/ . Press it again to cancel the freeze.

To access the next or preceding page:
Press PROG + ( ) or PROG - ( ).

To select a Teletext page:
Input 3 digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons.
If you make a mistake, re type the correct page number.
If the counter on the screen continues searching, it is because the page
is not available. If this is the case, input another page number.

To switch on Teletext :
1 Select the broadcast channel which carries the teletext
service you wish to view.
2 Press the
button one time to enter Picture and
Text (P&T) mode. The screen is divided into two with
the Text display on the left and the TV channel in the
right corner.
3 If you wish to view the Text in full screen mode, press
the
button a second time.

Teletext errors may occur if you use a channel (TV Broadcast) with a weak signal.

Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. The index page of the teletext service
(usually page 100) gives you information on how to use the service. To operate teletext, use the remote control
buttons as indicated below.

Teletext

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6 sec.

MODE

TV DVD

fig. 3

MODE

SONY

SAMSUNG
SANYO
SHARP
THOMSON
TOSHIBA

Code
001, 029, 030, 036, 037, 038, 039, 040,
041, 042, 043, 044, 053, 054, 055
021
032
018, 027, 020, 002
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
025, 026, 015, 004, 035
006, 017
008
015, 014, 034
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
013, 016
022, 033
018, 027, 020, 002, 045, 046, 047
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003, 031
004, 050, 051, 052
011, 014
007
019, 027
012
003, 048, 049
018, 027, 020, 002

Brand

301, 302, 303, 308, 309,362
303, 307, 310
304, 305, 306
325, 331, 351
326, 329, 330
342, 343
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351, 366
327, 333, 334
314, 315, 322, 344, 352, 353, 354, 348, 349
332, 338
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351
356, 357
328
321, 323
311, 312, 313, 316, 317, 318, 358, 359,
363, 364
339, 340, 341, 345
335, 336
324
319, 350, 365
337

SONY (VHS)
SONY (BETA)
SONY (DV)
AIWA
AKAI
DAEWOO
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
JVC
LG
LOEWE
MATSUI
ORION
PANASONIC
PHILIPS

AIWA
AKAI
DENON
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
JVC
KENWOOD
LG
LOEWE
MATSUI
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SHARP
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA

DVD Brand List

Code

Always remember to press the T or t button until the green light iluminates according to
the equipment you want to operate with this remote control: VCR, TV or DVD. Refer to pages
28 - 29 on how to operate the AUX mode.

• Not all brands are covered and not all models of every brand may be covered.

• If your device is not working or some of the functions do not work please check that you
entered the correct code set or try the next code listed against the brand.

Turn on your VCR or DVD and check that the main functions work.

If your selected code is entered correctly, the green light VCR or
DVD (according to your selection) will be lit momentarily (see fig.
3), otherwise repeat all the above steps.

While the VCR and DVD lights are flashing, enter all three digits of the
code for your brand of VCR or DVD (see the list below) using the number
buttons on the remote control (see fig. 2).

Brand

4

3

2

TV DVD

fig. 1

• A small label is added inside the battery door to allow you to record your brand codes.

Press and hold the T button of the remote control for approximately 6
seconds until the green DVD and VCR light of the Media Selector starts
flashing (see fig. 1).
VCR
VCR

1

• Sony will endeavour to update the software according to market changes. Therefore, please
refer to code table included with the remote control for latest code set.

To do this:
• Before you start, look up the 3 digit code for your brand of DVD or VCR from the list below.
On those brands that have more than one code, enter the first code number.

AUX

VCR Brand List

fig. 2

In it’s default condition this remote control will operate the basic functions of this Sony TV, Sony DVDs and
most Sony VCRs. To control VCRs and DVDs of other manufacturers (and some Sony VCR models), the
remote control needs to be configured.

Remote Control Configuration for VCR or DVD

AUX

audio outputs (Left/Right)
- phono jacks



"Memory Stick" Slot

Front Terminals
• S 4 S Video input – 4 pin
DIN

4 video input – phono jack

4 audio input – phono
jacks

headphones jack



• AV3
3/ S 3
21-pin Scart connector
(CENELEC standard)
including audio / video input,
S video input,
selectable audio / video output
and SmartLink interface.

• AV2
2/
2
21-pin Scart connector
(CENELEC standard)
including audio / video input,
RGB input, monitor audio/video
output.

Rear Terminals
• AV1
1/
1
21-pin scart connector
(CENELEC standard)
including audio/video input,
RGB input, TV audio/video
output.

Optional accessories:
• Stand especially designed for this
TV (SU-32FQ3).

Other features:
• 100 Hz picture, Digital Plus.
• Teletext, Fastext, TOPtext.
• NexTView.
• SmartLink.
• TV system autodetection.
• Dolby Virtual.
• BBE Digital.
• NICAM.
• PAP.
• ACI (Auto Channel
Installation).
• "Memory Stick" (reader).
• Auto Format.

Accessories supplied:
• 1 Remote Control (RM-942)
• 2 Batteries (IEC designated,
AA size)

Weight:
approx. 64 Kg.

Dimensions (w x h x d) :
approx. 910 x 586 x 586 mm.

Standby Power Consumption:
0.5 W

Power Consumption:
135 W

Sound Output:
2 x 20 W (music power)
2 x 10 W (RMS)
Woofer:
30 W (music power)
15 W (RMS)

Ecological Paper - Totally Chlorine Free

This instruction manual has been printed on:

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Picture Tube:
Flat Display FD Trinitron WIDE:
32” (approx. 82 cm. measured
diagonally)

Channel Coverage:
VHF:
E2-E12
UHF:
E21-E69
CATV: S1-S20
HYPER: S21-S41
D/K:
R1-R12, R21-R69

Colour system:
PAL
SECAM, NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only
Video In)

TV system:
Depending on your country
selection:
B/G/H, D/K, L, I

Technical Specifications

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• Check the aerial connection.
• Plug the TV in and press the
button on the front of the TV.
• If the standby indicator is on, press TV
button on
the remote control.

No picture (screen is dark) and no
sound.

• Press the
+ button on the remote control.
• Check that “TV Speakers” is “On” in the “Sound Adjustment”
menu (see page 13).
• Check that headphones are not connected.

• Using the menu system, select the “Picture Adjustment” menu and select
“Reset” to return to factory settings (see page 11).

Good picture, no sound.

No colour on colour programmes.

• Use the menu system to enter the “Country” menu (see page 16) and select
the country in which you operate the TV set. For cyrillic languages, we
recommend selecting Russia country if your own country does not appear
in the list.

• Use the menu system to enter the “Language” menu (see page 16) and
select the same language that NexTView is broadcast in.

• Using the menu system, select the “Picture Rotation” option in the
“Features” menu to correct the picture slant (see page 15).

• Using the menu system, select the “Manual Programme Preset” menu and
adjust Fine Tuning (AFT) to obtain better picture reception (see page 18).

Wrong characters appear when
viewing teletext.

Wrong characters appear when
viewing NexTView.

Picture slanted.

Snowy picture when viewing a TV
channel.

continued...

• Using the menu system, select the “Noise Reduction” option in the “Picture
Adjustment” menu and select “Auto” to reduce the noise in the picture
(see page 11).

• Turn off any equipment connected to the Scart connector on the rear of the
TV.

Distorted picture when changing
programmes or selecting teletext.

When you switch on the TV the last
• This is not a malfunction. Press the number buttons on the remote control
channel you were watching before
to select the desired channel.
switching the TV off does not appear.

• Check that the optional equipment is on and press the
button
repeatedly on the remote control until the correct input symbol is
displayed on the screen (see page 27).

No picture or no menu information
from equipment connected to the
Scart connector.

Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but • Using the menu system, select the “Picture Adjustment” menu and select
good sound.
“Reset” to return to the factory settings (see page 11).

Solution

Problem

Here are some simple solutions to problems which may affect the picture and sound.

Troubleshooting

on the TV

• Contact your nearest Sony service centre.

• Check that the Media Selector on the remote control is set to the device
you are using (VCR, TV, DVD or AUX).
• If the remote control does not operate the VCR or DVD even when the
Media Selector has been set correctly. Enter the necessary code set as
explained on page 30.
• Replace the batteries.

If you continue to experience problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel.
Never open the casing yourself.

The standby indicator
flashes.

Remote control does not function.

• PAP navigation is only possible in TV mode, please check that Media
Selector is set to TV.

• Using the menu system, select the “Features” menu and set “AV3 Output”
to “TV” (see page 15).
• Check that the Decoder or the Set Top Box is not connected on the
scart
2/
2.

No unscrambled picture whilst
viewing an unscrambled channel with
a decoder or a Set Top Box connected
through the Scart connector
3/ S 3.

v, V, B and b buttons do not work
in PAP mode.

Solution

Problem

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

2-1. Rear Cover Removal

2-2. Speaker Connector Disconnection

=>

=>

=>

=>

=>

=>
=>

=>

=>

=>

=>

=>

Remove the rear cover fixing screws indicated and pull the
rear cover backwards away from the set. Take care when
removing the rear cover not to damage the speaker cable
[Disconnect the speaker connector] a speaker is fitted inside
the rear cover.

Before completely removing the rear cover disconnect the
speaker connector which is located on the inside of the set.

2-3. Chassis Removal and Refitting

When refitting the chassis ensure that the main bracket is
located in the beznet guide slots before sliding the chassis
forwards. Refit the inter-connecting leads in their respective
purse locks.

To remove lift the main bracket rear slightly and slide the
chassis away from the beznet. Ensure that the interconnecting
leads are released from their purse locks to prevent damage
being caused.

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2-4. Service Position

2-5. G Board Removal

Clips

To remove the G Board remove the two screws from the
middle of the board, release the clips circled and ease the
board gently away from the support bracket.

To place the chassis in the service position, insert the main
bracket firmly into the T-slot located on the left corner of the
beznet as indicated (see inset). To gain access to the underside
of the boards follow the instructions on page 16. [Removal
and Replacement of the main bracket bottom plates].

2-6. D2 Board Removal

2-7. D Board Removal

Screws
Clips

Screws
Clips

To remove the D2 board remove the two screws circled,
release the clips circled and ease the board gently away from
the support bracket.

To remove the D board first remove the D2 bracket by
removing the two screws circled and releasing the four
clips (two on each side of the bracket). The D board can
then be removed using the same method as the G board
but with the necessity to remove only one screw from the
middle of the D board.

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2-8. Picture Tube Removal
10
9

8

WARNING:
BEFORE REMOVING
THE ANODE CAP
High voltage remains in the CRT even
after the power is disconnected. To
avoid electric shock, discharge CRT
before attempting to remove the anode
cap. Short between anode and CRT
coated earth ground strap.

1
7
3

6

Coated Earth
Ground Strap

5

2

4

1. Discharge the anode of the CRT and remove the anode cap.
2. Unplug all interconnecting leads from the Deflection yoke, neck
assy, degaussing coils and CRT grounding strap.
3. Remove the C Board from the CRT.
4. Remove the chassis assembly.
5. Loosen the Neck assembly fixing screw and remove.
6. Loosen the Deflection yoke fixing screw and remove.
7. Place the set with the CRT face down on a cushion and remove
the Degaussing Coil holders.
8. Remove the Degaussing Coils.
9. Remove the CRT grounding strap and spring tensioners.
10. Unscrew the four CRT fixing screws [ located on each CRT
corner ] and remove the CRT.
[Take care not to handle the CRT by the neck.]

Removal of the Anode-Cap
REMOVAL PROCEDURE.
c

a

b
b

Anode button

1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in
the direction indicated by the arrow a

2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap 3 When one side of the rubber cap is
firmly in the direction indicated by the
separated from the anode button, the
arrow b
anode-cap can be removed by turning
up the rubber cap and pulling it up in
the direction of the arrow c

How to handle the Anode-Cap
1.
2.
3.
4.

To prevent damaging the surface of the anode-cap do not use
sharp materials.
Do not apply too great a pressure on the rubber, as this may cause
damage to the anode connector.
A metal fitting called a shatter hook terminal is fitted inside the
rubber cap.
Do not turn the rubber foot over excessively, this may cause
damage if the shatter hook sticks out.

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- 16 -

Tab

Catch

Please note that the plates need to be rotated 180 degrees from their cut position to allow the
tabs to be fitted into their catch positions.

Because the plates differ in size it is important that the correct plates are refitted in their original
location.

In the event of servicing being required to the solder side of the printed wiring boards, the
bottom plates fitted to the main chassis bracket require to be removed. This is performed by
cutting the gates with a sharp wire cutter at the locations indicated by the arrows.

Note : There are 2 plates fitted to the main bracket. Only remove the necessary plate to gain
access to the printed wiring board.

(2) REFITTING THE PLATES

For safety reasons, on no account should the plates be removed
and not refitted after servicing.

(1) REMOVING THE PLATES

REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE MAIN-BRACKET
BOTTOM PLATES.

SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS





When complete readjustment is necessary or a new picture tube
is installed, carry out the following adjustments.
Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, carry out
these adjustments with the rated power supply.
Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, set the
controls and switches to the following settings :
Contrast

Carry out the adjustments in the following order :
3-1.
Beam Landing.
3-2.
Convergence.
3-3.
Focus.
3-4.
White Balance.
Note : Test equipment required.
1.
Color bar/pattern generator.
2.
Degausser.
3.
Oscilloscope.
4.
Digital multimeter.

.................................. normal

Brightness .................................. normal

3-1. Beam Landing
Preparation :

(2) Landing

1.

Note : Before carrying out the following adjustments adjust the
magnets as indicated [See Fig.3-4].
1. Input a crosshatch signal from the signal generator.
2. Rough-adjust the focus and horizontal convergence.
3. Switch from the crosshatch pattern to an all-red pattern.
4. Move the deflection yoke backwards and adjust with the purity
magnet so that the red is at the centre and it aligns
symmetrically [See Fig.3-5].
5. Move the deflection yoke forward to the point where the entire
screen just becomes red [Mark its position].
6. Move the deflection yoke further forward until the screen just
changes colour at the edges. [Mark its position]
7. Position the deflection yoke between the two marks indicated
above.
8. Input a crosshatch pattern from the pattern generator and rotate
the deflection yoke so that the horizontal lines are parallel with
the top and bottom of the screen.
9. When the position of the deflection yoke has been determined,
fasten it with its fixing screw.
10. Switch the pattern generator to green then blue and confirm the
purity.
11. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners of the
screen, use disk magnets to correct it. [Confirm the corner
landing forgreen and blue]

2.

In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set’s
picture tube, face it in an easterly or westerly direction.
Switch on the TV set’s power and degauss with a degausser.

(1) Adjustment of Correction Magnet for Y-Splitting Axis.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

7.

Input a crosshatch signal from the pattern generator.
Set the Picture control to minimum and confirm that the
Brightness control is set to normal.
Position the neck assembly as indicated in Fig.3-2.
Loosen the deflection yoke fixing screw.
Move the deflection yoke as far forward as is possible.
Adjust the upper and lower pin symmetrically by opening or
closing the Y-splitting axis correction magnets located on the
neck assembly. [See Fig 3-3]
Return the deflection yoke to its original position and re-tighten
its fixing screw.

Fig.3-1
Y-splitting axis correction magnet

Fig.3-2

Neck assy
G2
G1

+
G3

Caution :
High voltages are present on the Deflection yoke terminals - take care
when handling the Deflection yoke whilst carrying out
adjustments.

Fig.3-3

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Align the edge
of the neck assy with
the edge of the G2 grid
on the G3 side.

Fig.3-4
Align both Purity
magnets to the vertical
position

Purity magnets

Purity control magnets

Align pips on
each magnet

3-2. Convergence
(1) Screen centre convergence [Static convergence]
1.
2.
3.
GREEN

Input a dot pattern signal from the pattern generator.
Normalize the picture setting.
[Moving vertically], adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the
vertical red, green and blue dots coincide at the centre of the
screen.

RED
BLUE

Center dot

R
G
B

Fig.3-5

R G

Purity control corrects
this area

a

c

Disk magnets or
rotatable disk
magnets correct
these areas (a-d)

B

V.STAT Vertical Static Magnet
H STAT
convergence
control

C Board

b

RV7330 (H STAT)
H STAT Convergence
(on mount side)

d

Deflection yoke positioning
corrects these areas

By opening or closing the V.STAT magnet, the red green and
blue dots move in the direction indicated below.

B

B

G

G

R

R

Disk Magnets

Note:

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Do not adjust the H.STAT by rotating the V.STAT
magnets as this can affect the focus setting.

4.

Correction for HMC [Horizontal mis-convergence] and VMC
[Vertical mis-convergence] by using the BMC [Hexapole]
magnet.

HTIL correction can be performed by adding a THL correction
assembly to the Deflection yoke.

a). HMC correction by BMC [Hexapole] magnet and movement of
the electron beam.

H M C c or r ec t i o n (A )
A < B R G

H M C co rre c t i o n (B )
B

A > B R

A = B R G B

G B

A = B R G B

YCH Adjustment
b). VMC correction by BMC [Hexapole] magnet and movement of
the electron beam.
+
+

+

YCH VR

Deflection Yoke

VMC correction(A)

VMC correction(B)

TLV Adjustment
C < D
R
C
G
D
B

C
D

C = D
R

C > D
R

G

G
B

B

C = D
R
G

TLV VR

B
+
+

HAMP Adjustment

+

Deflection Yoke

H-TRAP Adjustment
Adjust the HAMP using HAMPL and HAMPR registers in the
Dynamic Convergence section of the service menu.

+
HTRAP VR

+

+

Deflection Yoke

HTIL Adjustment

THL Correction assy

The H-TRAP should not be adjusted unless absolutely necessary as it
affects the TLV settings.

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Layout of each control

3-3. Focus Adjustment

Purity magnet
BMC (Hexaploe) magnet
V STAT convergence magnet
Y-splitting axis correction magnet

1.
2.
3.

Note : If you are unable to adjust the corner convergence properly,
this can be corrected with the use of permalloy magnets.

a

Receive a television broadcast signal.
Normalize the picture setting.
Adjust the focus control located on the flyback transformer to
obtain the best focus at the centre of the screen.
Bring only the centre area of the screen into focus, the magentaring appears on the screen. In this case, adjust the focus to
optimize the screen uniformly.

Focus

b

Screen

a-d: screen-corner
convergence defect
c

3-4. Screen (G2), White Balance

d

[Adjustment in the service mode using the remote
commander]
G2 adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.

Input a dot signal from the pattern generator.
Set the Picture, Brightness and Colour to minimum.
Apply 175V DC from an external power supply to the R, G
and B cathodes of the CRT.
Whilst watching the picture, adjust the G2 control [SCREEN]
located on the flyback transformer to the point just before the
flyback return lines disappear.
White balance adjustment for TV mode

Install the permalloy assembly
for the area that needs correcting.

a

1.
2.
3.

b

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Permalloy Assy
X-4387-214-1

9.
10.
11.
c

d

Convergence adjustment with permalloy

12.
13.
14.

15.
- 20 -

Input an all-white signal from the pattern generator.
Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[ See Page 21 ].
Enter into the ‘Service Mode’ by pressing ‘AUX/VIDEO’ button
twice and ‘MENU’ on the Service Commander.
Select ‘Service’ from the on screen menu display and press
‘Right Arrow’.
The ‘Service’ menu will appear on the screen.[See Page 21]
Select ‘Picture’ from the on screen menu and press right arrow.
Select ‘Picture settings’ from the on screen menu and press right
arrow and set the ‘Contrast_Max’ to MAX.
Select ‘White Balance’ from the on screen menu and press right
arrow.
The ‘White Balance’ menu will appear on the screen.
Set the ‘Normal_PAL_RD’ to 465.
Adjust the ‘Normal_PAL_GD’ and the ‘Normal_PAL_BD’ so
that the white balance becomes optimum.
Select ‘Picture settings’ from the on screen menu and press right
arrow and set the ‘Contrast_Min’ to MIN.
Set the ‘Normal_PAL_RC’ to 121.
Adjust the ‘Normal_PAL_GC’ and the ‘Normal_PAL_BC’ with
the left and right buttons on the commander so that the white
balance becomes optimum.
Press the ‘OK’ button to write the data for each item.

SECTION 4 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Electrical Adjustments
Service

Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the
supplied remote Commander RM-942.

Geometry
Picture
Audio

Programming the Remote Commander for
Operation in Service Mode

Select:

1.

Press and hold the left Mode Select button
until the VCR and DVD LED’s flash.

2.

Press 99999. The TV LED should light.
The remote commander is now set to
Service Mode.

3.

Select Item:

Previous Menu:

Select Item:

Previous Menu:

Geometry
Wide mode adjustment
Screen offsets
Frequency offsets

To return the remote commander to normal operation mode
repeat step 1. then press 00000. The TV LED should light.
The remote commander is now set to normal mode.

Select:

Setting the TV into Service Mode
1.

Program the remote commander for operation in Service
Mode as described above.

2.

Turn on the TV main power switch.

3.

Press the ‘aux/video’ standby button
on the remote
commander twice.
‘TT ’ will appear in the upper right corner of the screen.
Other status information will also be displayed.

4.

Press ‘MENU’ on the remote commander to obtain the
following menu on the screen.

Ser vice Main Menu:AE6BA/Y (v0.26D)

Wide mode adjustment

NVM VERSION:04H

Ser vice
Design
Error

Select:

5.
6.
7.

Select Item:

FACTORY INFO:FFH FFH 03H

Move to the corresponding adjustment item using the
up or down arrow buttons on the Remote Commander.
Press the right arrow button to enter into the required menu item.
Press the ‘aux/video’ button on the Remote Commander to quit
the Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.

Description
V AMP
V ZOOM
V POS
V LIN
V SCORR
H WIDTH
V TRAP
PIN AMP
UP COR
LOW COR
H POS
ANGLE
BOW
H LIN
H TRAP
H SCORR
UP COR 6
LOW COR 6
PIN UNBAL
MID PIN

(min,max)
(-128,127)
(0,510)
(-512,511)
(-128,127)
(-128,1270)
(-256,255)
(-128,127)
(-511,511)
(-128,127)
(-128,127)
(-600,600)
(-511,511)
(-511,511)
(0,255)
(0,255)
(0,255)
(-128,127)
(-128,127)
(-240,240)
(-240,240)

Default
35
256
-10
0
4
63
1
-80
-1
-2
10
-1
8
85
138
100
-1
0
-40
-60

Value
35
256
-10
0
4
63
1
-80
-1
-2
10
-1
8
84
138
100
-1
0
-40
-60

Select:

Select Item:

Previous Menu:

Select Item:

Previous Menu:

Picture
White balance
Colour Tone
Picture settings

Note :
·
After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the
customer accessing the ‘Service Menu’ switch the TV set
OFF and then ON.

Select:

- 21 -

Error monitor

Picture settings
Description
SUBCOLOR PAL
SUBCOLOR SECAM
SHP MAXLTI
SHP MAXPEAK
CONTRAST MIN
CONTRAST MAX
BRIGHT EXPAND
BRIGHT CENTER
Select:

(min,max)
(0,63)
(0,63)
(0,31)
(0,15)
(0,63)
(0,63)
(0,511)
(-256,255)

Default
31
31
31
15
17
59
400
10

Select Item:

Value
34
34
20
12
17
59
400
40

WORKING TIME:
Error counters:
E02: OCP
E03: OVP
E04: NO V SYNC
E05: IKR
E06: IIC
E07: NVM
E08: H PROT
E09: TUNER
E10: SOUND
E11: 9 VOLTS
E12: SCANRATE
E13: 3DCOMB
E14: BACKEND
E15: DYNCON
E16: HIGH VOLTAGE
E17: AVSWITCH
E18: CHROMA DEC
E19: FRCA
E20: PJ ENG
E21: DAC
E24: SPEAKER PROT
E25: MEMORY STICK

Previous Menu:

Audio
BBE OFF mode
BBE Natural/V.Dolby offsets
BBE Dynamic offsets
BBE Cinema offsets
Subwoofer level adjustments
Audio detection thresholds
Select:

Select Item:

BBE OFF mode

Select:

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Previous Menu:

Sub Brightness Adjustment
(min,max)
(5,40)
(-96,96)
(-96,96)
(-96,96)
(-96,96)
(-96,96)
(0,68)
Select Item:

Default
20
0
0
0
0
0
0

Value
20
0
0
0
0
0
0

1.
2.
3.
4.

2.
3.

Design

4.

CXA2149 - AVSwitch Device
DDP3315 - Backend Device
MSP3411 - Sound Processor Device
TDA988x - IF Device
TUA60xx - PLL Device
VSP9427 - Video Processor Device
CXA2019 - Chroma Decoder
CXD3804 - 3D Comb Filter
CXA8070 - Dynamic Convergence Device
FRC9429 - FRCA Device
PJ Engine
Select Item:

Input a Monoscope pattern.
Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[ See Page 21 ].
Press ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘AUX/VIDEO’ 13 on the Remote
Commander.
Adjust the ‘Sub-Brightness’ data so that there is barely a
difference between the 0 IRE and 10 IRE signal levels.
Sub Contrast Adjustment

Previous Menu:

1.

Select:

82:33

Previous Menu:
Select:

Description
SW_FREQ_OFF
BAND1_OFF_OFFSET
BAND2_OFF_OFFSET
BAND3_OFF_OFFSET
BAND4_OFF_OFFSET
BAND5_OFF_OFFSET
BBE_LOUDNESS_OFF

(Hours:Minutes)

Previous Menu:

- 22 -

Input a video signal that contains a small 100% white area on a
black background.
Connect an oscilloscope to Pin 10 of J7330 [C Board].
Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[ See Page 21 ].
Adjust the Sub-Contrast
[ Using ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘11’ ] to obtain a voltage
of 114 +0/- 5V.

Sub Colour Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.

4-2. TEST MODE 2:

Receive a PAL colour bar signal.
Connect an oscilloscope to Pin 5 of CN7331 [C Board].
Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[ See Page 21 ].
Adjust the ‘Sub Colour’
[ Using ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘AUX/VIDEO’ ‘12’ ] so that the Cyan,
Magenta and Blue colour bars are of equal levels as indicated
below.

Test Mode 2 is available by programming the Remote Commander for
operation in Service Mode [ As shown on Page 21 ] then pressing the
‘AUX/VIDEO’ button twice, OSD ‘TT’ appears. The functions
described below are available by selecting the two numbers. To
release ‘Test mode 2’, press 00, or switch the TV set into Stand-by
mode.

Same Level

B-Out Waveform

Deflection System Adjustment
1.

2.

Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[ See Page 21 ] and enter into the ‘Geometry’ service menu,
Wide mode adjustment.
Select and adjust each item in order to obtain the optimum image.

V LIN

BOW

V POS

H POS

PIN AMP

V TRAP

UP COR

ANGLE

LOW COR

- 23 -

00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
11
12
13
15
16
19
21
22
24
35
36
43
44
45
46
49
53
62
73
74
78
79
87
91
92
93
94
95
96
99

'TT' mode off
Set picture level to maximum
Set picture level to minimum
Set speaker/headphone Volume to 35%
Set speaker/headphone Volume to 50%
Set speaker/headphone Volume to 65%
Set speaker/headphone Volume to 80%
Ageing mode on
Shipping Condition
Sub picture adjustment
Sub colour adjustment
Sub brightness adjustment
Rotation coil test
Picture level 50%
Factory mode enable/disable
Destination ADEKR
Destination BL
Destination U
Wide model selection
VM off/on test
Select Dual A sound
Select Dual B sound
Select Mono sound
Select Stereo sound
Set NVM as virgin
FM Overmodulation enable/disable
AM from baseband enable/disable
Enable Zweiton D/K2 system (6.5/6.74)
Enable Zweiton D/K3 system (6.5/6.74)
Balance full left
Balance full right
Local keys test
Set 14:9 zoom mode
Set Smar t zoom mode
Set 16:9 zoom mode
Set ZOOM zoom mode
Set 4:3 zoom mode
Set Smar t zoom mode (for FX66)
DisplayError and Working Time menu

CN3601
1

IC3600
AUDIO/VIDEO SWITCH

RIGHT OUT
RIGHT IN

2

V-OUT-15

LEFT OUT

3

V-OUT-25

LEFT IN

6

CVBS/Y MAIN

BLUE IN

7

AV1

IC3

C-MAIN

MODE

8

SCL

GREEN IN

11

SDA

RED IN

15

MUTE

BLANKING

16

MODE 1

VIDEO OUT

19

MODE 2

VIDEO IN

20

MODE 3
SPEAKER-L

CN3602
1

L-ANALOG RF

RIGHT IN

2

FRONT-L

LEFT OUT

3

SC3 IN-L

LEFT IN

6

AV2

SPEAKER-R

RIGHT OUT

7

BLUE IN

8

MODE

SC2 IN-L
SC1 IN-L

11

GREEN IN

15

RED IN

16

BLANKING

19

VIDEO OUT

L-DIGITAL RF
R-ANALOG RF
FRONT-R

V-OUT-35
2

LAST RF

9

AV2 OUT

11

CVBS Y MAIN
C MAIN

13

SCL

14

DIGITAL RF 37

AV1 OUT L 39

MUTE

17

AV2 I R 35
AV1 IN R 36

AV1 OUT R 38

SDA

15

AV3 IN R 34

18

MODE 1

19

MODE 2

20

MODE 3

AV3 OUT R 40
AV3 OUT L 41
AV3 OUT CVBS 43

Y SLAVE
AV2 OUT L/SPKR L
C SLAVE
AV2 OUT L/SPKR R
FRONT C
ANALOG RF-L
AV3 IN C
FRONT L
FRONT Y
AV3 IN-L
AV3 IN Y
AV2 IN-L
AV2 IN Y
AV1 IN-L
AV1 IN CVBS
DIGITAL RF
DIGITAL RF
ANALOG RF-R
ANALOG RF
FRONT R

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33

45
47
49
51
54
56
58
60
62
64

SC3-IN-R

BUFFER
AMP
Q3656

V-OUT-3B

V-OUT-25

R-DIGITAL RF
SC1 OUT-R
V-OUT-15

SC1 OUT-L
SC3 OUT-R
SC3 OUT-L

SC2-OUT-R

V-OUT-35

BUFFER
AMP
Q3657
BUFFER
AMP
Q3658
BUFFER
AMP
Q2602

V-OUT-1B

SPEAKER R

RIGHT IN
LEFT OUT

AV3

8

MODE

15

C IN

19

VIDEO OUT

20

VIDEO IN

CN3600
1

SC2-OUT-L

C SLAVE
C-FRONT

BUFFER
AMP
Q2603

TO H1 BOARD
CN2911

CN3604
1

CVBS DIGITAL RF

C-IN-3

3

CVBS/Y MAIN

Y/CVBS-FRONT

4

C-MAIN

V-IN-3
V-IN-2

CVBS/Y SLAVE

6

V-IN-1

C SLAVE

7

L

8

R

31

A7

32

A8

33

A9

34

22

21

BLUE 1

V-ANALOG RF

GREEN 1

10

RED 1

11

BLK 1 FS1

12

MUTE

SWITCH
Q2604

NC36

36

A11

35

DQ0

2

DQ1

4

DQ2

5

DQ3

7

DQ4

8

9V
AC ON-OFF

DQ5

10

DQ6

11

9

V-DIGITAL RF

14
15

TO A BOARD
CN3002

16

BLK 2
RED 2

17

L-DIGITAL RF

19

R SPEAKER/HP

20

L SPEAKER/HP

22

R-DIGITAL RF

23

L-ANALOG RF

25

R-ANALOG RF

26

AV LINK

29

SDA

32

SCL

33

DQ7

13

DQ8

42

DQ9

44

DQ10

45

DQ11

47

DQ12

48

DQ13

50

DQ14

51

DQ15

53

DQMU

39

DQML

15

BA0

20

CAS

17

WE

16

RAS

18

CLK

Y/CVBS

5

A6

SPEAKER L

C

3

30

BA1

LEFT IN

6

29

A5

CVBS/Y SLAVE

RIGHT OUT

3

26

A4

A10

GREEN 2

2

25

V-OUT-2B

BLUE 2
CN3603
1

A1

24

A3

VIDEO IN

20

23

A2

SC2-IN-R
SC1-IN-R

CVBS/ANALOG RF

J(

38

35
CKE

)

AV SCART I/O
SWITCHING AND
SOCKETS

IC8

IC1
A0

37

MM_A(0)

MM_A(9)

MM_A(1)

MM_A(7)

MM_A(2)

MM_A(4)

MM_A(3)

MM_A(3)

MM_A(4)

MM_A(1)

MM_A(5)

MM_A(11)

MM_A(6)

MM_A(13)

MM_A(7)

MM_A(10)

MM_A(8)

MM_A(6)

MM_A(9)

MM_A(0)

MM_A(10)

MM_A(2)

MM_A(11)

MM_A(5)

MM_A(12)

MM_A(8)

MMVA(13)

MM_A(12)

MM_DQ(0)

MM DQ(14)

MM_DQ(1)

MM DQ(12)

MM_DQ(2)

MM DQ(10)

MM_DQ(3)

MM DQ(0)

MM_DQ(4)

MM DQ(3)

MM_DQ(5)

MM DQ(6)

MM_DQ(6)

MM DQ(5)

MM_DQ(7)

MM DQ(2)

MM_DQ(8)

MM DQ(8)

MM_DQ(9)

MM DQ(11)

MM_DQ(10)

MM DQ(13)

MM_DQ(11)

MM DQ(7)

MM_DQ(12)

MM DQ(15)

MM_DQ(13)

MM DQ(4)

MM_DQ(14)

MM DQ(1)

MM_DQ(15)

MM DQ(9)

MMDQM(1)

MMDQM(1)

MMDQM(0)

MMDQM(0)

MM_CS1

MM_CS1

MM_CAS

MM_CAS

MM_WE

MM_WE

MM_RAS

MM_RAS

MM_CLK1

MM_CLK1

MM_CKE1

MM_CKE1

Y7

MM_A09

PCI AD00

T1

Y8

MM_A07

PCI AD01

R3

Y9

Y11

MM_A04

PCI AD02

MM_A03

PCI AD03

R2

R1

Y12

MM_A01

PCI AD04

P2

Y13

MM_A11

PCI AD05

P1

Y14

MM_A13

PCI AD06

N2

V12

MM_A10

PCI AD07

N1

V9

MM_A06

PCI AD08

M2

W12

MM_A00

PCI AD09

M1

W11

W9

MM_A02

PCI AD10

MM_A05

PCI AD11

L2

L1

W8

MM_A08

PCI AD12

K1

W13

MM_A12

PCI AD13

K2

Y16

MM_DQ14

PCI AD14

?

Y17

MM_DQ12

PCI AD15

?

Y18

MM_DQ10

PCI AD16

D1

Y20

MM_DQ00

PCI AD17

D3

W20

MM_DQ03

PCI AD18

C1

V20

MM_DQ06

PCI AD19

B2

V19

MM_DQ05

PCI AD20

B1

W19

MM_DQ02

PCI AD21

C2

W18

MM_DQ08

PCI AD23

A1

W17

MM_DQ11

PCI AD24

A3

W16

MM_DQ13

PCI AD25

C4

T18

MM_DQ07

PCI AD26

B4

V15

MM_DQ15

PCI AD27

A4

U18

MM_DQ04

PCI AD28

A5

V18

MM_DQ01

PCI AD29

C6

V17

MM_DQ09

PCI AD30

R18

MMDQM(1)

PCI AD31

A6

T19

MMDQM(0) PCI/CBE0

M3

U20

MM_CS1

PCI/CBE1

?

Y15

MM_CAS

PCI_INTC

B8

B6

W15

MM_WE

V34_I02

B9

W14

MM_RAS

V34_IO1

A9

W10

MM_CLK1

PCI_INTD

A7

U1

MM_CKE1 VO_DATA0

P20

VO_DATA1

N19

VO_DATA2

N20

VO_DATA3

M18

VO_DATA4

M19

VO_DATA5

M20

VO_DATA6

K19

VO_DATA7

J20

TM_SDA

R19

TM_SCL

R20

TRI:USER IRQ

G20

PCI_INTB

A8

PCI_AD(16)

PCI AD(0)

PCI_AD(15)

PCI AD(1)

PCI_AD(14)

PCI AD(2)

PCI_AD(13)

PCI AD(3)

PCI_AD(12)

PCI AD(4)

PCI_AD(11)

PCI AD(5)

PCI_AD(10)

PCI AD(6)

PCI_AD(9)

PCI AD(7)

PCI_AD(20)

PCI AD(8)

PCI_AD(21)

PCI AD(9)

PCI_AD(19)

PCI AD(10)

PCI AD(18)

PCI AD(11)

PCI AD(8)

PCI AD(12)

PCI AD(7)

PCI AD(13)

PCI AD(6)

PCI AD(14)

PCI AD(5)

PCI AD(15)

1

A15

OE

28

2

A4

WE

11

3

A13

4

A12

DQ15/A_1

45

5

A11

DQ7

44

6

A10

DQ6

42

7

A9

DQ5

40

8

A8

DQ4

38

9

A19

DQ3

35

10

A2

DQ2

33

16

A18

DQ1

31

17

A17

DQ0

29

18

A7

A0

25

19

A6

A1

24

20

A5

A2

23

21

A4

A3

22

RESET

12

18

PCI AD(16)
PCI AD(17)
PCI AD(18)
PCI AD(19)

PCI_AD(23)
PCI CBE(1)

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)

PCI CBE(0)
PCI CBE(1)
PCI_AD(17)
PCI_AD(0)
PCI_AD(31)
PCI_AD(30)
PCI_AD(29)
PCI_AD(28)
PCI_AD(27)
PCI_AD(26)
PCI_AD(25)
PCI_AD(24)
PCI_AD(1)
PCI_AD(2)
PCI_AD(3)
PCI_AD(4)
FLASH RESET

IC15
VO_DATA(0)

PCI AD(20)

VO_DATA(1)

PCI AD(21)

VO_DATA(2)

PCI AD(23)

VO_DATA(3)

PCI AD(24)

VO_DATA(4)

PCI AD(25)

VO_DATA(5)

PCI AD(26)

VO_DATA(6)

PCI AD(27)

VO_DATA(7)

PCI AD(28)

TM-SCL

PCI AD(29)

TM-SDA

16

MP0

VBS

27

15

MP1

GREEN

26

14

MP2

BLUE

29

13

MP3

C

24

12

MP4

RED

23

11

MP5

CVBS

30

10

MP6

9

MP7

41

SCL

42

SDA

Y_G

11

V_R_CVBS

15

TV_SCL

12

TV_SDA

8

PCI AD(30)
IC11

PCI AD(31)
PCI/CBE(0)
PCI/CBE(1)
PCI_INTC
SSI_I02

TM_SCL
TM_SDA
12C_IRQ
PCI CBE(1)

13

14

10

2

9

TV_SCL
TV_SDA

3

SSI_I01
IC12
PCI_INTD

PCI_AD(23)

VO_DATA(0)

2

VO_DATA(1)
VO_DATA(2)

1

6

FLASH RESET

9

PCI_INTB

PCI_INTC

13

MS_BS

SSI_I02

MS_SD10

4

SSI_I01

MS_SCLK

8

VO_DATA(5)

PCI_INTD

MS_NS

6

VO_DATA(6)
VO_DATA(7)
TM_SDA
TM_SCL
12C_IRQ

MS (

PCI_INTB

TRIMEDIA MEMORY STICK

Q6802,
Q6803

VS 15

T6800

1

OCP 9

9

F/B 2

8

V SENSE

HV

17

7

HV OVERSHOOT
PROTECT
Q6808, Q6809

SS RESET
Q6804,
Q6806

IC6802
DRIVER
13
5

15

10
6

14
1

4

DYNAMIC
FOCUS
T8900

G2

3

16

8

4

DYNAMIC
FOCUS
Q8901

IC7300
VIDEO OUT (RED)

FV
11

4

1

ABL
PROTECT
Q6810

HPROT

CN6803
4

18

PH6800
PHOTOCOUPLER

ABL-COMP

19

2

7

2

BUFFER
Q6801

TO B BOARD
CN3400

RECT-

1
2

3

IC6800

3
1

CATHODE
REF 1

6
2

5

6

AC-HOP-VCC

3

7

2

7

1

VIN

VOC 8
G

IC7310
VIDEO OUT (GREEN)

R

2

R REF

3

G

4

G REF

5

B

6

B REF

9

IK

BUFFER
AMPLIFIER
Q7310, Q7311

3

VIN

B

J7330
10

9

8

VOC 8
13

IK

RECT+

5

TO G BOARD
CN6007

3

IK
CN7331
1

TO D BOARD
CN8900

12

CN6802
4

R

BUFFER
AMPLIFIER
Q7300, Q7301

DYNAMIC
FOCUS
Q8900

IC6801
PROTECTION IC

IC6803
SWITCHING
MOSFET

1

+9V

DF DRIVE

CN6801
3

HV-PROT

4

EPG MODE

3

NOT
USED

IC6804
CONTROLLER

D2 (

SMART MODE
DEFLECTION

AC MONITOR

1

IC7320
VIDEO OUT (BLUE)
BUFFER
AMPLIFIER
Q7320, Q7321

VIN

5

HV

HEATER

2

C(

)

)

R, G, B OUT

- 24 -

PICTURE TUBE

VOC 8

IK

BUFFER
Q7330

TO A BOARD
CN6900

3

CN3
2

VO_DATA(4)

VO_DATA(3)

VG(L) 12

VG(H) 16

CN1
7

U_B_C

RV7330
G2

CN7330
5

TO D2 BOARD
HV (T6800)
TO D BOARD
CN8214

)

MEMORY
STICK

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2)
CN3100
A5

IR-DATA

A7

LUMISPONDER

A8

EPG MODE

A9

OCP-OVP

A10

OCP-FLAG

A11

MAIN-SW

A12

DG SW

A13

KEY 1

A14

SIRCS
HV PROT

A15

LED

A16

AUDIO MUTE

A17

LINE MUTE

A18

AUDIO RESET

A19

AGC DEFEAT

A20

AV LINK

B28

CSEL

B30

B5

16

PWM3

DQP V COMP

BUFFER
Q5519

17

PWMEW4

H DRIVE

44

BUFFER
Q5500

X-RAY

C7

V SAW

C8

AFC PULSE

MID PIN

B11

V DRV+

A

X3400

E/W

B12

H TRAP

C12

V DRV-

BACKEND RESET

B13

ROTATION

C14

DF DRIVE

B15

MID PIN DC

B4

H2S

G OUT

BUFFER AMP
Q3401, Q3404

B OUT

BUFFER AMP
Q3402, Q3405

SENSE OUT

IC3300
FRCA
AV OUT

65

VPROT

AY OUT

66

SAFETY

25

DFVBL

22

AU OUT

PWME1

75

20

PWM1

76

38

VERT-

77

37

VERT+

78

18

PWMEW3

21

PWM2

30

HFL13

2

28

HC1

4

60

PWM4

5

11

XTAL 2

10

12

XTAL 1

62

RESQ

79

1

FBL IN 2 50
R IN 1 51
G IN 1 52
B IN 1 53
63
64

H SYNC

26

AVSM OUT

68

80

BUFFER
Q5550

H LIN
H LIN DC

BUFFER AMP
Q3400, Q3403

67

BUFFER
Q5509

DQP C COMP

35

R OUT

EW

39

31

C6

B10

BACKEND,SCANRATE,
LVDS,A_INTERFACE

VM-FRCA

H-DRIVE

C10

H OUT

23

N-RESET

N/U

42

43

32

DQP DRV

C11

BUFFER
Q5503

N/U

B6

B9

H TRAP

BUFFER AMP
Q5505, Q5507

C5

B7

B 1/2 (

)

IC3400
BACKEND VIDEO

B14

B29

27

Y0

Y OUT 0

Y1

Y OUT 1

Y2

Y OUT 2

Y3

Y OUT 3

Y4

Y OUT 4

Y5

Y OUT 5

Y6

Y OUT 6

Y7

Y OUT 7

CLK OUT

CLK OUT

H100

H OUT

V100

V OUT

55

15

53

16

50

78

47

1

33

2

32

4

31

5

30

7

29

8

26

9

25

10

24

6

20

3

19

11

18

23

FB-M2

BUFFER AMP
Q3406, Q3410,
Q3409

R

CN3400
1

G

3

B

5

C SLAVE

C-S

A31

CVBS SLAVE

Y-S

A32

C MAIN

C-M

B32

CVBS MAIN

Y-M

A23

BLUE 2

B2

A24

GREEN 2

G2

A21

RED 2

R2

A29

BLUE 1

B1

A28

GREEN 1

G1

A27

RED 1

R1

A22

FS2

FLB2

A26

FS1

FLB1

58

CVBS7

57

CVBS6

56

CVBS5

55

CVBS4

48
47
46

B IN 2

VM

CN3402
2
TO

IR DATA

41

B IN 1

40

G IN 1

39

R IN 1

38

FBL_2

37

FBL_1

69

XOUT

KEY 2
X3300

KEY 1
N-RESET

YUV0

AGC DEFEAT

YUV1
YUV2

12C-DISABLE

YUV3

DGC-SW

YUV4

MAIN-SW

YUV5

LINE MUTE

YUV6

RESET-AUDIO

YUV7

AUDIO MUTE

YUV CLK

HV PROT

H SYNC

LED

V SYNC

AV-LINK

AV1

SDA 3.3V

C30

SCL 3.3V

656101 31
656102 30
656103 22

V2S

Y

9

C

11

SCL

SCL

4

SDA

SDA

3

V2S

V2S

7

B-M2

656V10/
8
BLANK

X-IN

CVBS 2 53

SDA

CVBS 1 51

110

37

CKE

YUV1

ADDR11

111

35

A11

YUV2

ADDR9

112

34

A9

YUV3

ADDR8

113

ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5

C15

1 HOP MUTE

B31

AC MONITOR

Y

C

BUFFER
Q3802
BUFFER
Q3800

A4
A3

H SYNC

ADDR2

123

25

A2

V SYNC

ADDR1

124

24

A1

AV1

ADDR0

125

ADDR10

2

SDA

38

SCL

1

CERA

X3800
CV/Y/IN

BA1

129

21

BA1

BA0

130

20

BA0

XCS

131

19

/CS

12

VIN

V SYNC

132

18

/RAS

XCAS

133

17

/CAS

XWE

134

16

/WE

DQM

135

BUFFER
Q3801

4

2

9

RYO

ACO

RT

RB

BUFFER AMP
Q3812, Q3814

19

REFCLK

13

A(1)

11
10

DQ5

8

DQ4

DQ3 89

7

DQ3

DQ2 94

5

DQ2

DQ1 95

4

DQ1

DQ15 97

53
51

A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
A(16)
A(17)
A(18)
A(19)

DQ0
DQ15
DQ14

DQ13 99

50

DQ13

DQ12

100

48

DQ12

59

VTIM

DQ11

103

47

DQ11

HTIM 15

62

HTIM

DQ10

104

45

DQ10

DQ9

105

44

DQ9

X3801

A(11)

DQ6

DQ4 88

2

A(10)

DQ7

DQ8

106

42

DQ8

SDCK

107

38

CLK

8

P2.11

6

P2.9

5

P2.8

127

P5.3

124

P5.0

126

P5.2

101

P6.6

100

P6.5

93

P5.14

91

P3.13

90

P3.12

82

P3.8

81

P3.7

80

P3.6
P3.4

77

P3.3

10

P2.13

83

P3.9

102

V SYNC

103

H SYNC

114

A(9)

DQM

DQ5 87

DQ0 96
14

15

VTIM 14

CVBS/YIN
X433/358 28
39 H SYNC
38

XRAS

DQ7 85

34

BUFFER
Q3811

BUFFER
Q0001

A(8)

A10

Y

DQ14 98

SECAM REF 30

22

P2.14

113

A(7)

A0

C

DQ6 86

3

37

126

23

11

112

A(6)

A5

26

BUFFER
Q3803

FILTER
FL3800

30
29

IC3802

SDA DP1

B-M2

BUFFER
Q0003
BUFFER
Q0002

A(5)

A6

120

SWITCH
Q3808

C29

118

31

119

+5V

SDA DP1

G-M2

A(4)

A7

ADDR3

SWITCH
Q3807

C28

117

32

ADDR4

BUFFER AMP
& SWITCH
Q3805, Q3806,
Q3816

2

6

A8

YUV7

SCL

3

114

33

YUV CLK

RESET 100

RESET 24

6

CKE

YUV6

V OUT 23

FILTER
FL3801

R-M2

IC3800

YUV0

YUV5

H OUT 17

CVBS MAIN

B

C

LIQUID
CRYSTAL
DISPLAY
CN3401

P2.15

105

A(0)

YUV4

656CLK 9

70

13

BACKEND RESET

A

RESET 100

12

78

FB-M2
C

G-M2

SCL 33
SDA 33
CVBS MAIN

C31

656100 32

656107 10

X-OUT

LUMISPONDER

X IN

A(3)

656106 15

X3100

SIRCS

VM BOARD
CN9402

H2S

IC3801

656105 16

R IN 2

EPG-MODE

9

A(2)

656104 21

G IN 2

OCP-OVP
OCP-FLAG

R-M2

IC3100
VSP94
A30

IC0001

TO C BOARD
CN7331

1K

H2S

AC MONITOR

TO A BOARD
CN5207

KEY 2

A6

37
36
35
34
33
27
26
24
23
25
28
29
30

B 2/2 (
108

XTAL 1

XTAL 2
IC0007

P2.10 7

AC ON/OFF

BUFFER
Q0075

4

+5V

5

AC MONITOR
SCL33

P3.0 74

SDA33

P3.1 75
IC0002

P3.15 92

NVM-WP

SCL33

6
7

SDA33

5

CVBS 1A

121

CVBS-MAIN
B

P3.11 89

RX

IC0003
CSSD
RAM 19 CS
A0
D(0)
2 DQ0
A1
D(1)
4 DQ1
A2
D(2)
5 DQ2
A3
D(3)
7 DQ3
A4
D(4)
8 DQ4
A5
D(5)
10 DQ5
A6
D(6)
11 DQ6
A7
D(8)
42 DQ8
A8
D(9)
44 DQ9
A9
D(10)
45 DQ10
A10
D(11)
47 DQ11
A11
D(12)
48 DQ12
BA0/A12
D(13)
50 DQ13
BA1/A13
D(14)
51 DQ14
/RAS
D(15)
53 DQ15
/CAS
D(7)
13 DQ7

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
20
21
18
17

UDQM 48

39

DQM

MEMCLK 43

38

CLK

LOOM 15

CLKEN 45

37

CKE

/WE 16

39

A14/RAS

40

A15/CAS

22

P4.0/A16

/WR 50

19

P4.1/A17

LDQM 49

18

P4.2/A18 CSROM 46

17

P4.3/A19

RD

47

/WD

IC0005
OTP EPROM
D(7)

25

Q7

A0

5

9

Q0

A1

4

11

Q1

A2

3

13

Q2

A3

2

15

Q3

A4

1

19

Q4

A5 44

21

Q5

A6 43

23

Q6

A7 42

10

Q8

A8 37

12

Q9

A9 36

14

Q10

A10 35

16

Q11

A11 34

20

Q12

A12 33

22

Q13

A13 32

24

Q14

A14 31

26

Q15 A-1

A15 30

6

/E1

A16 29

8

/G

A17 41
A18 40
A19 38

- 25 -

)

X0001
109

TX
P3.10 88
BLANK/RS OUT
CSSD
RAM
CSSDRAM 44
R
D(0)
D0 55
D(1)
G
D1 59
D(2)
D2 65
B
D(3)
D3 71
D(4)
D4 70
D(5)
D5 64
D(6)
D6 58
D(7)
D7 54
D(8)
D8 57
D(9)
D9 63
D(10)
D10 67
D(11)
D11 72
D(12)
D12 66
D(13)
D13 62
D(14)
D14 56
D(15)
D15 51

38

BACKEND,SCANRATE,
LVDS,A_INTERFACE

A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
A(16)
A(17)
A(18)
A(19)

RX

CN0004
3

TX

4

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3)

CN8203

TO A BOARD
CN3008

3

DQP-DRV

4

DQP-V-COMP

Q8508
Q8512

7

2

QP-

CN8206
7

QP+

4

TO VM BOARD
CN9401

IC8527
DQP
IC8103

COMPARATOR

1

VCC 8

2

7

+
+
-

7

TO A BOARD
CN3001

Q8118, Q8201,
Q8202, Q8127

6

3

CN8805
MP PARA

6

H LIN PARA

1

H DRIVE

3

AFC PULSE

9

E/W

5

X RAY

1

4

V+

CN8211
6

V-

5

H-

4

Q8100, 8102
Q8101

H-

3

H+

2

H+

1

DY ASSY

CN2912
HP R 6

V- DY+
V- DY-

V DY

TO A BOARD
CN2300

H DY
H- DY-

HP R

2

J2901

KEY 1

1

HEADPHONES

KEY 2

7

S0900 - S0905

H- DY+
CN2900
CN2911

CN8900
COMPARATOR

7

VCC 8

6

1

3

7

2

PIN OUT
Q8114

1

T8202

4

6

HD2

1

+200V
H OUT
Q8116

+135V

6
5

TO J BOARD
CN3600

VIDEO
Y/CVBS

3

C

1

1

4

H1(

-15V

7

2

FRONT AV
INPUT,HEADPHONE
AND CONTROL
SWITCHES

D8204

Y/C

3

+15V

10

MID PIN OUT
Q8117

2

R

9

12

HD1

L

AUDIO R 8

TO C BOARD
CN7330

8

3

7

TO A BOARD
CN3000

D8200

3

AUDIO L 5

CN8214

3

T8101

+8

2

5

VV+

T8100

+8
IC8100

H PROTECT

+

)

D8203
IC8101

COMPARATOR

OP AMP IC8102

7

VCC 8

1

VCC 8

6

1

2

7

H LIN
Q8121

-

-

+

+

2

5

3

+
-

4

3

6

Q8113

5

Q8112

+
-

4

+
-

TO D2 BOARD
CN6803

CN8104
3

4

HP1

D(

Q8120

DEFLECTION

)

CN6007

TO D2 BOARD
CN6802

4

RECT+

2

RECT-

TO F1 BOARD
CN6401
POWER
CN6400
1
AC
IN

CN6401
1

2

5

FOR CHECK
TO G BOARD
CN6001

OUT

LED

CN0981
2

AC IN

SIRCS

POWER SWITCH,
FUSE, SIRCS &
STAND-BY LED

1

CHECK

2

CHECK

1

DGC

2

DGC

3

TO A BOARD
CN0002

D0983
1

1

2

1

3

4

3

4

PFC

3

PFC

OCP

D6017

6

IC6001
POWER SUPPLY
CONTROLLER

8

13
14

D6033
15

RELAY
RY6002

RELAY
SWITCH
Q6102

RELAY
SWITCH
Q6003

)

1

2

3

1

V SENSE

VD

18

2

F/B

VG

16

3

CT

4

RT

Q6006
MOSFET
TRANSISTOR USED
BY SWITCHING
CIRCUIT

17

7

RECTIFIER
D6102

AU (GND)

D6032
VS

15

VB

14

6

TIMER

7

SS

8

VC 1

VG (L)

12

9

OCP

VC 2

10

7

18

9

1

+11V

D6004
Q6007
MOSFET
TRANSISTOR USED
BY SWITCHING
CIRCUIT

3

AU (+)

2

AU (+)

1

3

4

1

3

2

IC6003
REGULATOR
2

1

PH6001
PHOTOCOUPLER

4

TO A BOARD
CN6200

2

DGC RY

G(
- 26 -

CN6012
4

AU (GND)

RECTIFIER
D6016

2

9

8

+6V

16

CN6008
MAIN RY

A BOARD
CN6201

12
MAIN RECT
D6001

T6101

1

CN6006
6
TO

+135V

11
RELAY
RY6001

DGC

1

OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION
& AMPLIFIER
Q6005, Q6010

D6012
10

CN6004

TO DGC

F1 (

5

2

CN6003

S6400

IC0981
RPM7240-H5

AC IN

CN6002

F6400

STB +5V

1

T6002

T6001

T6003

CN6001

POWER SUPPLY

)

TO A BOARD
CN6202

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (4)

TUNER
TU1100

IC2000
SOUND
PROCESSOR

AGC DEFEAT
FROM B BOARD
CONNECTOR

SWITCH
Q1100
SCL
SCA
FM/AM

3

1

28

5

7

67

30

9

IC2300
HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER

CN2300
6

HP-L-OUT

2

HP-R-OUT

TO H1 BOARD
CN2912

27

3

IC2400
AUDIO AMP WOOFER
1

10

3

6

25

1

7

24

71

7

72

1

KEY 1/WOOFER MUTE

7

KEY 2

RESET AUDIO

AC MON CIRCUIT
Q6201, Q6204,
Q6205, Q6206,
Q6207

VERT+

3

VERT-

TO MS
BOARD
CN1

11

4

PS2001

AU-

SWITCH
Q2400,
Q2401

IC5400
VERT AMP

HTRAP

IC5102
H TRAP

V DRV+

1

SWITCH
Q5404

PS2000

AU+

CN6202
1

AU+

2

AU-

6

AU-

7

8

2
5

5

7

1

1

4

ROT-

CN3004
1

ROT+

3

AFC PULSE

C8

5

X-RAY

B7

9

E/W

12

PRE-RGB

6

H-LIN-PARA

7

MP-PARA

Q5204, Q5205,
Q5211
Q5202, Q5203,
Q5208

H SYNC

4

DQP-V-COMP

5

DQP-V-MOD

13

SDA

14

SCL

2

3.3V

SDA/SCL
CONVERTER
Q0200, Q0201

SDA-33
SCL-33

SIRCS
LED

HL LINEARITY DC

B10

MID PIN

C10

H SYNC

B4

DQP DRV/PJ-R

C5

DQPVCOMP/PJ-B

C6

DQPVMOD/PJ-G

B6

KEY 1

A13

KEY 2

A5

RESET AUDIO

A18

LINE MUTE

A17

AUDIO MUTE

A16

SIRCS

A14

LED

A15

CN6900
1

EPG MODE

EPG MODE

A8

2

HOP MUTE

HOP MUTE

C15

3

DF DRIVE

DF DRIVE

C14

4

HV-PROT

HV PROT

B14

TO D2 BOARD
CN6801

CN6200
2

DGC RY

DGC SW

A12

1

MAIN RY

MAIN SW

A11

TO G BOARD
CN6008

OCP-OVP

A(

AUDIO, DEFLECTION,
TUNER, REGULATORS,
INTERFACE

OCP/OVP
LATCH
Q6202, Q6203

)

CN9402

TO B BOARD
CN3402

2

VM

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9413, Q9414

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9405

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9407

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9409

VM AMPLIFIER
OUTPUT
Q9411

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9401, Q9402
VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9404

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9406

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9408

VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9410

VM AMPLIFIER
OUTPUT
Q9412

CN9401

TO D BOARD
CN8206

4

QP (-)

7

QP (+)

D Board

VM

D2 Board

H1 Board
CVM
Board

H F1 BoardA

TO G BOARD
CN6012

J
S1 Board
A2
A BoardA1
D2
A
J Board

B Board
A Board

Note :




TO B BOARD
CN3100

1

QP (-)

2

QP (+)

3

QP (+)

4

VM

7

VM

8

VELOCITY
MODULATION




Chip resistors are 1/10W
All resistors are in ohms.
k = 1000 ohms, M = 1000,000 ohms



: nonflammable resistor.



: fusible resistor.



: internal component.



: panel designation or adjustment for repair.







QP-

QP+

VM

NECK ASSY

VM (

All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
pF : µµF 50WV or less are not indicated except for
electrolytic types.
Indication of resistance, which does not have one for
rating electrical power, is as follows.
Pitch : 5mm
Electrical power rating : 1/4W

A10

QP (-)

G Board

5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

All variable and adjustable resistors have
characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.
All voltages are in Volts.
Readings are taken with a 10Mohm digital mutimeter.
Readings are taken with a color bar input signal.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerences.

A9

OCP-UC

D

ROTATION
COIL

CN9403
VM AMPLIFIER
BUFFER
Q9403

N

MS Board

B8

DQP-DRV

CN0002
1

TO
SPEAKERS

C11

3

3

C

D1
IC5104
AMPLIFIER

H-DRIVE

CN2301
2

TO F1 BOARD
CN0981

4

3

CN3008
1

TO D BOARD
CN8203

L

CN5207
B5

CN3001
1

TO D BOARD
CN8805

R

CN2501
1

C

TO WOOFER

MUTE CIRCUIT
Q2200 & Q2300,
Q2301& Q2302

POWER OFF

V DRV-

TO D BOARD
CN8104

CN2400
3

RESISTOR

C Board

VM Board

LINE MUTE

CN3000
1

WOOFER SP

21

AUDIO MUTE

POWER OFF
MUTE
Q2501

SPEAKERS

REAR-L

2

AU+

STBY AC

REAR-R

IC2500
AUDIO AMP

X2000

Reference Information

J2200

2

60

OSS

5-2. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION

IC2200
AUDIO AMP

)
- 27 -



: B + bus.



: B - bus.



: RF signal path.



: earth - ground.



: earth - chassis.

RN

: METAL FILM

RC

: SOLID

FPRD

: NON FLAMMABLE CARBON

FUSE

: NON FLAMMABLE FUSIBLE

RS

: NON FLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE

RB

: NON FLAMMABLE CEMENT

RW

: NON FLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
: ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR

COIL

LF-8L

: MICRO INDUCTOR

CAPACITOR

TA

: TANTALUM

PS

: STYROL

PP

: POLYPROPYLENE

PT

: MYLAR

MPS

: METALIZED POLYESTER

MPP

: METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE

ALB

: BIPOLAR

ALT

: HIGH TEMPERATURE

ALR

: HIGH RIPPLE

Note : The components identified by shading
and marked
are critical for safety.
Replace only with the part numbers
specified in the parts list.

Note : Les composants identifiés par une trame et
par une marque
sont d'une importance
critique pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer
que par des pièces de numéro spécifié.
specified.

~ A Board Waveforms ~

TP1

TP2

20us/div

700 mVp-p (V)

5ms/div

56 Vp-p (V)

~ A Board Location Table (A Side) ~
D5405

D - 10

D6211

K-4

IC2500

H-3

IC6204

D2200

D-3

D6201

J-9

D6212

J-9

IC5102

I - 10

IC6207

J - 10

D2201

E-3

D6203

L-5

D6213

L-8

IC5104

H - 10

IC6209

J-8

D5103

H - 10

D6204

K-2

IC5400

E - 10

IC6210

K-4

D5404

E - 11

D6210

L-4

J-4

IC6202

L-8

IC6212

L-3

DIODE

IC
IC2400

M-4

~ A Board Location Table (B Side) ~
DIODE
D2200

L-3

D5206

G-7

D6204

E-2

IC2200

L-4

IC6207

F-9

Q1300

L-2

Q2401

F-4

Q5202

H-4

Q5404

K - 10

D5207

G-6

D6205

E-3

IC2300

J-3

IC6209

F-9

Q1301

K-2

Q2500

H-3

Q5203

H-4

Q6201

E-2

D2201

J-4

D5208

H-6

D6206

D-3

IC2400

G-4

IC6210

F-4

Q2000

J-3

Q2501

H-3

Q5204

G-7

Q6202

E-3

D2202

J-4

D5209

G-7

D6207

D-3

IC2500

H-3

IC6211

E-5

Q2200

I-4

Q2502

H-4

Q5205

F-6

Q6203

E-3

IC6212

E-4

Q2201

L-3

Q2503

H-4

Q5206

H-7

Q6204

E-3

Q2202

L-3

Q2504

H-4

Q5207

H-6

Q6205

E-2

D2500

H-3

D5210

G-6

D6208

D-3

IC5102

G - 10

D5100

G - 10

D5211

G-6

D6210

D-3

IC5104

H - 10

D5104

H-9

D5404

K - 10

D6213

D-8

IC5400

K - 10

Q0100

K-6

Q2300

I-4

Q5100

G - 10

Q5208

G-7

Q6206

E-2

D6214

E-4

IC6200

E-5

Q0200

K-7

Q2301

I-4

Q5101

F - 10

Q5209

H-6

Q6207

E-2

IC6202

D-8

Q0201

K-7

Q2302

J-4

Q5200

F-6

Q5210

G-6

Q6208

E-3

IC6204

E-4

Q1100

M-2

Q2400

F-4

Q5201

F-6

Q5211

G-6

Q6209

E-4

D5200

F-7

D5405

L - 10

D5202

F-6

D6201

F-9

D 5205

G-7

D6203

D-5

IC
IC2000

K-4

TRANSISTOR

- 28 -

~ A Board Semiconductor Voltage Table ~
Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Q1100

0

0

4.5

Q2202

0

0.4

0

Q2500

0.1

0.1

0.6

Q5101

0.8

1.4

6.8

Q5208

0

0

1.5

Q6202

3.4

3.4

0

Q1300

2.7

2.1

8.4

Q2300

0

0

0.7

Q2501

0

0.6

0

Q5200

6.8

6.3

3.0

Q5209

0

0

1.5

Q6203

0

0

3.4

Q1301

2.1

2.1

0

Q2301

0

0.4

0

Q2502

0

0

5.0

Q5201

0

0.4

3.0

Q5210

0

0

1.5

Q6204

3.4

3.4

0

Q2000

0

0

4.7

Q2302

0

0.4

0

Q2503

0

0

5.0

Q5203

0

0.4

3.0

Q5211

0

0

1.5

Q6205

3.5

2.7

3.4

Q2200

0

0

-1.6

Q2400

3.9

3.4

0

Q2504

5.0

5.0

0

Q5205

0

0.4

1.5

Q5404

0

12.1

0

Q6206

1.5

2.0

2.7

Q2201

0

0.4

0

Q2401

0

0

4.7

Q5100

2.4

1.8

0

Q5207

0

0.4

3.0

Q6201

1.5

0.6

3.4

Q6207

0

0

3.4

~ A Board IC Voltage Table ~
IC Voltage Table
Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

IC2200

IC Voltage Table

IC Voltage Table

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

1

4.5

6

0

2

4.5

7

3

4.5

5

4.5

IC2300

IC Voltage Table

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)
IC2400

IC Voltage Table

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

12

-4.0

2

0

0

2

0

5

2.5

8

0.5

5

0.9

6

2.5

1

0

7

0

8

2.2

IC5102

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)
IC5400

7

0.4

4

1.3

5

6.7

4

1.3
6.7

IC6202

IC6207
6

4.5

2

-4.0

8

0

1

14.6

5

7

4.5

3

10.0

9

0

1

0.4

4

1.3

1

4.0

5

0

10

0

3

-12.3

5

6.7

3

4.0

6

-13.2

11

0

5

0

4

5.1

5

0.5

10

3.9

1

17.1

6

15.7

5

0

IC2500

IC5104

IC6209

IC2400
IC5400
IC2300

IC6212
IC5102

~ A Board Difference Table ~
Ref

KV-32FQ85B

KV-32FQ85E

TU1100

BTF-EF411

BTF-EC411

- 29 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2
AUDIO AMPLIFIER

3

XX

25V

0.47

10000PF
50V

25V

0.47

4

5

6

7

8

TO J BOARD
CN3604

TP1

TP2
25V

9

AV LINK
CONVERTER

35P
2W

10

~ A Board Schematic Diagram [ Audio, Deflection J Interface ] Page 1/3 ~

11

- 30 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1
COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT
FITTED ON THIS MODEL
F1101

100
16V

10UH

2

TAB(CONTACT)

xx

3
xx

4

5

6

7

1.8 VOLT
REGULATOR

150K

22K

8
18K

10K

9

10

~ A Board Schematic Diagram [ Tuner, Regulators ] Page 2/3 ~

11

- 31 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2

3

4
SCL CONVERTER

SCL CONVERTER

xx

5

6

0

0

0

7

+
+
+

8

9

10

~ A Board Schematic Diagram [ B Interface ] Page 3/3 ~

11

- 32 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

1

~ A Printed Wiring Board Conductor side A ~

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

- 33 -

I

J

K

L

M

N

A

1

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

~ A Printed Wiring Board Conductor side B ~

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

- 34 -

I

J

K

L

M

N

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1
B-#SSAE6B<...>-B..-32FQ85

COMB FILTER MEMORY

2

3

4

5

6

7
3D COMB FILTER

8

CHROMA DECODER

9

XX

10

XX

~ B Board Schematic Diagram [ Backend,Scanrate,LVDS,A_Interface ] Page 1/3 ~

11

- 35 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2

xx

3
35V

SCAN CONVERTER

xx
xx

4
xx

5

VIDEO PROCESSING

6

BACKEND

150K

7

8

0

9

10

~ B Board Schematic Diagram [ Backend,Scanrate,LVDS,A_Interface ] Page 2/3 ~

11

- 36 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2
RESET

)
NVM

3

3.3K

AC ON/OFF RESET

470

4

5
SDRAM

6
MICRO

7

M27V160-100K1-6BA001
OTP

8

9

10

~ B Board Schematic Diagram [ Backend,Scanrate,LVDS,A_Interface ] Page 3/3 ~

11

- 37 -

A

1

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

~ B Printed Wiring Board Conductor side A ~

2

3

4

5

6

~ B Printed Wiring Board Conductor side B ~

7

8

9

10

11

- 38 -

I

J

K

L

M

N

H

G

I

C6400
4700p
250V
E

CN6403
1P
A-Lightning-WIRE

N

KEY 2

HP L

GND

H1.-32FQ85

7

KEY 1

HP R

3

2

CN2912
7P
WHT

1

2

1

C

GND

GND

L

GND

GND

R

TO A BOARD
CN2300

H1

FRONT AV INPUT, HEADPHONE AND CONTROL SWITCHES

CN0981
4P
BLK

1

D0983
TLHK5190

3
R0982
100
1/4W

VCC OUT
GND

D0981
RD5.6ESB2

IC0981
RPM7240-H5
REMOTE CONTROLLED
RECEIVER

4

STBY +5V

3

GND

D2903
XX

TO A BOARD
CN0002

2

LED

1

SIRCS

C0983
470p
50V
B

D0982
XX

C2906
1
50V

C2907
1
50V

D0901
RD5.6ESB2
D3904
XX

D2902
XX

C2909
XX

R0981
XX

C2908
XX

JW2905
5

C0981
XX

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE
NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

4

M

L AUDIO

SPARK GAPS

3

AC OUT

R6400
1M
1/2W
RC

FH6400

4

1

CN2911
8P
WHT

TO G BOARD
CN6001

7

2

3

8

AC IN

5

F6400
5A
250V

AC OUT

R AUDIO

2

1

CN6401
5P

VD6400

S6400

Y/CVBS

TO J BOARD
CN3600

POWER SWITCH, FUSE, SIRCS
& STAND-BY LED

CN6400
2P
AC IN

L

~ H1 Board Schematic Diagram [ Front AV Input, Headphone and Control Switches ] ~

F1.-32FQ85

F1

K

GND

~ F1 Board Schematic Diagram [ Power Switch, Fuse, SIRCS and Stand-By LED ] ~

J

6

F

GND

E

5

D

4

C

5

1

B

6

A

C2903
XX

R3905
XX

C2902
XX

D0908
RD5.6ESB2
R0912
0

R0911
4.7K
1/10W

R0913
10K
1/10W

R0901
0

R0902
4.7K
CHIP R0914
10K
1/10W

S0900

S0901

S0902

S0903

S0904

R2902
120
1/4W

R2901
120
1/4W

JW2901
5

L2902
XX

C2900 R2918 R2910
1k
470k
XX
1/10W 1/10W

R2909 C2901 R2917
1k
470k XX
1/10W
1/10W

C0982 C0984
100
0.01
25V
50V
B

D3905
XX

L2903
XX

R3906
XX

R2904
120
1/4W

R2903
120
1/4W

S0905

L0904
XX

JW0904
5

C2916
XX

C2915
XX

JW2916
5

L2901 L2904
XX
XX

JW2915
5

JW2917
XX

JW2921
XX

2

JW2918
XX

4

JW2920
XX

JW2919
XX

3

V

L

R

1
S

CN2900

C2931
1000p
50V

C2905
XX

C2930
XX

C2904
1000p
50V

J2901

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

5

6

~ VM Board Voltage Table ~

~ VM Board Schematic Diagram [ Velocity Modulation ] ~
Ref

VM.-32FQ85

7

R9401
1
1/4W
FPRD

CN9401
7P
WHT

TO D BOARD
CN8206

8

+B

1

NC

2

GND

3

QP(-)

4

+9V

5

NC

6

QP(+)

7

9

REF

1

VM

2

GND

3

CN9402
3P
WHT

C9404
10
160V
C9406
4700p
500V

L9402
1uH

C9402
0.1
25V

C9401
47
35V

TO B BOARD
CN3402

L9401
1uH

R9404
12k
1/10W

CN9403
8P

Q9413
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

Q9405
Q9401
Q9403
C9409
Q9409
MSD601-RST1 MSD601-RST1 MSD601-RST1 Q9407
10
AMPLIFIER
AMPLIFIER MSD601-RST1 MSD601-RST1 160V
AMPLIFIER
AMPLIFIER
AMPLIFIER
R9409
47
C9415
1/10W
XX
C9412
0.1
C9410 250V
R9417
0.1
R9415
R9413
R9411
PT
10
10
250V
10
10
1/4W
C9407
1/4W
1/4W
PT
1/4W
FPRD
0.1
FPRD
FPRD
FPRD
25V
Q9402
R9414
R9412
R9418
R9416
C9408
MSD601-RST1
10
10
10
10
10
AMPLIFIER
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
50V
FPRD
FPRD
FPRD
FPRD

TP2

R9431
100
1/10W

R9433
470
1/10W

TP1
Q9414
MSB709-RT1

C9403
0.1
R9432 16V
470
1/10W

R9405
R9406
33k
47
1/10W
1/10W
R9430
100
1/10W
R9429 R9402
820
1k
1/10W 1/10W
R9403
680
1/10W

R9428
XX

R9408
330
1/10W

R9410
47
1/10W
Q9406
Q9404
Q9408
Q9410
MSB709-RT1 MSB709-RT1MSB709-RT1MSB709-RT1
AMPLIFIER AMPLIFIER AMPLIFIER AMPLIFIER

10

VM

C9411 C9413
0.1
0.1
16V 16V

R9423
1k
1/10W

R9424
33k
1/10W

R9421
22
1/10W

Q9411
2SA2005
VM OUT

1

QP(-)

2

QP(-)

3

QP(+)

4

QP(+)

5

GND

6

GND

7

VM

8

VM

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Q9401

5.1

5.7

8.9

Q9408

4.3

3.6

0

Q9402

3.4

4.3

5.1

Q9409

4.4

5.1

8.9
0

Q9403

4.4

5.1

8.9

Q9410

4.3

3.6

Q9404

4.3

3.6

0

Q9411

4.3

3.6

Q9405

4.4

5.1

8.9

Q9412

Q9406

4.3

3.6

0

Q9413

0.3

0.9

70.5

Q9407

4.4

5.1

8.9

Q9413

6.6

5.9

2.4

135.1 1.4.6

0
70.5

TO NECK ASSY

TP3
R9426
33k
1/10W

R9427
33k
1/10W
R9419
33k
1/10W

C9414
0.47
250V
PT

R9425
470
2W
RS

~ VM Board Waveforms ~

Q9412
2SC5511
VM OUT
R9420
1k
1/10W

R9422
22
1/10W

TP1

5ms/div

TP2

5ms/div

TP3

5ms/div

VELOCITY MODULATION
COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

4.2 Vp-p (V)
11

- 39 -

3.6 Vp-p (V)

2.3 Vp-p (V)

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2

3

4

~ G Board Semiconductor Location Table ~
5

D6007

C-2

D6016

I-1

D6034

F-2

L-4

D6008

H-3

D6017

G-4

D6036

K-1

D6002

B-3

D6009

F-4

D6031

E-2

D6102

K-1

D6004

H-4

D6012

G-3

D6032

E-2

D6104

M-1

Q6003

L-1

D6006

C-2

D6013

I-3

D6033

F-2

D6105

M-1

Q6005

C-2

DIODE
D6001

IC
IC6001

I-5

TRANSISTOR

Q6006

J-4

Q6007

I-3

Q6010

C-2

Q6102

L-1

~ G Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~
6

7

8

~ H1 Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~
9

10

11

~ F1 Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~

~ VM Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~
- 40 -

Note :
Portions of the circuit contained within
the marked areas as shown have high
voltages present. Use care to prevent
electric shock during inspection or repair.
An Isolation Transformer must be used
during any Service work to avoid possible
shock hazard due to live chassis. The
chassis of this receiver is directly
connected to the power line.

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2

3

4

OVER CURRENT
PROTECTION

5

CONTROL IC

2
SW MOSFET

6

SW MOSFET
100

7

XX

8

SWITCH

+

9

10

~ G Board Schematic Diagram [ Power Supply ] ~

11

- 41 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

2

C..-32FQ85

3

1

IC7300
TDA6118JF

1

R7340
2.7k
1/10W
Q7300
BF550
AMP

4

Q7301
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

3

6

7

NC

VOC

BLS

VDD

IOM
5

C7334 R7334
2.2
1k
250V 1/4W

8

C7306
1000p
25V

9

C7302
0.1
25V

GND

11
6

10
8

9

TP4

R
R7335 C7335
47
2200p
1/2W 250V
RC

TP6

TP5
G

C7336
4700p
2kV
E

R7332
XX

JW7332
12.5

R7331
1M
1/4W

IK

PS7332
1A
1

R

1

R REF

2

G

3

G REF

4

B

5

B REF

6

GND

7

+9V

8

IK

9

R7350
2.7k

Q7310
BF550
AMP

R7312
270
1/10W

TP3

VDD

BLS

VOC

NC

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

C7313 R7315
XX
33p
50V

G
B

IOM

C7315
XX

GND

R7311
220
1/10W

R

VIN

TP2

GS

CN7331
9P
BLK

TO B BOARD
CN3400

R7319
XX 9V

TP1

TP

GREEN VIDEO OUT

R7316
0
CHIP

Q7311
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

R7313
220
1/10W

L7310XX

R7330
4.7k
1/10W
C7332
47
35V

C7331
47
35V

Q7330
MSB709-RT1

D7330
RD3.6ESB1

Q7320
BF550
AMP
R7322
270
1/10W
C7330
100p
50V

IK

R7323
220
1/10W

R7324
220
1/10W

C7323
33p
50V

IOM

VDD

BLS

VOC

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

C7324
XX

L7320 XX
R7359 C7327
XX
XX

R7326
0
CHIP

NC

GND

1

R7325
XX

JR7323
0
CHIP

NC

3

GND

4

NC

5

HEATER

TO D BOARD
CN8214

KG KB

G2

V901

R7310
1k
1/10W

W76LLZ060X

C7326
1000p D7320
25V 1SS83TA

VIN

R7360
2.7k
1/10W
Q7321
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

+200V

2

CN7330
5P
WHT

D7311
1SS83TA

R7328
220
1/2W

BLUE VIDEO OUT

R7329
XX
9V
C7325
XX

1

IK

GS

9V

R7318
220
1/2W

C7311
XX

TP

L7331
1uH

R7333
1k
1/4W

Q7312
2SA1091-0
BUFFER

IC7320
TDA6118JF

R7321
220
1/10W

C7316
1000p
25V

R7317
100
1/4W

R7349 C7317
XX
XX

7

C7333
10
250V

D7310
1SS83TA

D7312
1SS133

D7313
XX
C7310
0.1
250V

C7314
XX
C7312
0.1
25V
F

JR7313
0
CHIP

R7314
220
1/10W

TP7

8

CN7332
1P

B

5

6

RV7330
110M

D7331
1SS83TA

R7336
100
1/2W
RC

R7300
1k
1/10W

IC7310
TDA6118JF

13

7

Q7302
2SA1091-0
BUFFER

C7301
XX

R7339 C7307
XX
XX

J7330

D7302
D7301
1SS133 1SS83TA

D7303
XX
C7300
0.1
250V

C7304
XX

3

5

R7308
220
1/2W
RC

CN7333
1P

FV FOCUS

4

R7307
100

JR7303
0
CHIP

R7337
100 1/2W

1

1

D7300
1SS83TA

R7306
0

L7300 XX

R7303
220
CHIP

GND
4

C7303 R7305
33p
XX
50V
CH

R7304
220
CHIP
R7302
270
CHIP

2

VIN

TP

C7305
XX

R7301
220
1/10W

GND

RED VIDEO OUT

GS

R7309 9V
XX

Q7322
2SA1091-0
BUFFER
R7320
1k
1/10W

9

R7327
100
1/4W

PICTURE
TUBE

H

D7321
1SS83TA

D7322
1SS133

IK
D7323
XX

C7322
0.1
25V

L7330
1uH

HV
CV

KR

G1

G4

TO D2 BOARD HV(T6800)

C

R,G,B OUT

C7320
0.1
250V
C7321
10
250V

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

9

10

~ C Board Schematic Diagram [ R-G-B Out ] ~

11

- 42 -

A

1

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

~ C Board Waveforms ~

~ C Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~
TP1

10us/div

TP2

10us/div

~ J Printed Wiring Board Conductor side A ~
2

3.0 Vp-p (H)
TP3

3.0 Vp-p (H)
10us/div

TP4

10us/div

3

100 Vp-p (H)

3.0 Vp-p (H)
10us/div

TP5

10us/div

TP6

4

95 Vp-p (H)

95 Vp-p (H)
TP7

5

20us/div

1.25 Vp-p (H)

6

~ J Printed Wiring Board Conductor side B ~

7

~ C Board Semiconductor Voltage Table ~
Ref
Q7300
Q7301

8

Q7302

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)
7.5
1.8

6.9
2.4

145.9 147.8

2.4

Ref
Q7312

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)
149.5 149.56

8.9

Q7320

7.6

6.9

4.0

Q7321

1.7

2.3

Q7310

7.6

7.0

2.2

Q7322

Q7311

1.6

2.2

8.9

Q7330

148.4 150.6
3.6

3.2

~ C Board IC Voltage Table ~
IC Voltage Table

3.8
2.3

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

8.9

1

5.3

3.8

2

21.9

0

IC7300

9

IC7310

10

IC7320

11

3

1.9

5

5.9

6

205.4

8

147.6

1

5.1

2

0

3

1.7

5

5.6

6

205.4

8

149.5

1

5.1

2

0

3

1.8

5

4.8

6

205.4

8

150.4

- 43 -

N

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

J..-32FQ85

R2605
0
CHIP

R2609
470k
1/10W

R2602
330
CHIP

C2606
0.022
25V

R2606
220
1/10W

R2610
470k
1/10W

R2603
1k
1/10W

C2607
1000p
50V

R2607
0
CHIP

R2611
470k
1/10W

C2611
47
35V

SC1-IN-R

3

R3652
1k
1/10W

9V-AUDIO

Q2602
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

D2603
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

D3602
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

R3605
100
1/10W

R3606
XX

SPEAKER-R

R2621
22k
1/10W

R2617
1k
1/10W

R2612
220
1/10W

GREEN-1
R3601
75
1/10W

D3623
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C3601
XX

D3603
XX

R3602
75
1/10W

JR3608
XX

R3609
100
1/10W

C3602
XX

D3604
XX

D3624
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C3646
47
35V
SPEAKER-L
C2613
1
6.3V

R2623
22k
1/10W

R2613
220
1/10W

RED-1

L3608
XX

AV1

R3608
100
1/10W

Q2603
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

C3644
0.1
F
Q3658
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

C3647 C3648
47
47
35V
35V

R3658
22k
1/10W

R3659
1k
1/10W

V-OUT-1S

R

C2614
0.1
25V

R2622
22k
1/10W

D3621
UDZSTE-1713B

V-OUT-2S

MODE1

D3600
XX

R3656
1k
1/10W

R3660
47k
1/10W

V-OUT-3S

G

Q3657
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

R3655
22k
1/10W

C2612
1
6.3V

BLUE-1

C3600
XX

R3657
47k
1/10W

C2615
0.1
25V

R2620
22k
1/10W

SC1-IN-L

R3607
100
1/10W

C3643
0.1
F

SC1-OUT-L
D2602
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C2609
1
10V

Q3656
MSD601-RST1
BUFFER

7

6

5

4

R3600
75
1/10W

R3654
22k
1/10W

D2601
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

2

1

B

C2605
1000p
50V

D2600
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

CN3604
35P
WHT

V-OUT-3B

C2603
XX

20 18 16 14 12 10 8

RIGHT OUT
RIGHT IN
LEFT OUT
GND
GND
LEFT IN
BLUE IN
MODE
GND
NC
GREEN IN
NC
GND
GND
RED IN
BLANKING
GND
GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
GND

21 19 17 15 13 11 9

3

CN3601
21P

R2601
1k
1/10W

C2608
1
10V

V-OUT-1B

AUDIO L IN

2

R2608
470k
1/10W

C2604
0.022
25V

C3645
47
35V

V-OUT-2B

C2601
XX

AUDIO L OUT

R2604
220
1/10W

R2600
330
1/10W

L3614
1uH

C3642
0.1
F

R3653
47k
1/10W

SC1-OUT-R

SC2-OUT-L

AUDIO R IN

9V

C2610
47
35V

AUDIO R OUT

SC2-OUT-R

1

V-DIGITALRF
1

GND1

3

CVBS/Y MAIN

4

C MAIN

5

GND 2

6

CVBS/Y SLAVE

7

C SLAVE

8

GND 3

9

BLUE 1

10

GREEN 1

11

RED 1

12

FS 1

13

GND 4

14

GREEN 2

15

BLUE2

16

BLK2

17

RED 2

18

GND5

19

L DIGITAL RF

20

R SPEAKER/HP

21

GND6

22

L SPEAKER/HP

23

R DIGITAL RF

24

GND7

25

L ANALOG RF

26

R ANALOG RF

27

C3641
0.1
25V

9VA

28

GND8

29

AV LINK

AC-ON/OFF

30

AC-ON/OFF

31

GND

SDA

32

SDA

SCL

33

C-MAIN

R2619
1k
CHIP

CVBS/YSLAVE
C-SLAVE

R3603
75
1/10W

BLK1

R3624
75
1/10W

VIDEO IN
R3618
75
1/10W

V-IN-2

R3625
100
1/10W

D3634
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

D3613
XX

C3622
0.1 R3639
68k
25V
1/10W

D3635
UDZS-TE17-9.1B
C3623
0.1
16V

C3630
XX

SC3-OUT-R
C2632
0.022
25V

R2636
330
CHIP

R2640
220
1/10W

R2644
470k
CHIP

C2638
47
35V

R2616
0
CHIP

R2645
470k
CHIP

C2636
1
10V

D2608
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

SC3-IN-R

SC2-IN-R

FRONT-R

SC1-IN-R

SC1-OUT-R

R-DIGITALRF

SC1-OUT-L

C2616 0
AV3 IN Y

57

VGND

58

AV2 IN Y
VCC
AV1 IN CVBS

61

TC1

64

R3643
39k
1/10W

V-OUT-1S
SC3-IN-R

JR2616 0
C2602
XX

34

33

AUDIO L OUT

L3610
XX

AUDIO L IN

C2631
XX

R2637
1k
1/10W

C2633
1000p
50V

R2638
330
CHIP

C2634
0.022
25V

R2639
1k
1/10W

R2642
220
1/10W

C2635
1000p
50V

R2618
0
CHIP

FB3610
XX

R3630
100
1/10W

R2646
470k
1/10W
R2647
470k
1/10W

AGND

AV2 IN L
AV3 IN L
FRONT L

2

3

AV2 OUT L/SPEAKER L

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

ABIAS

R0800
100
1/10W
R3661
3.3k
1/10W

R3662
3.3k
1/10W

C2637
1
10V

D2611
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

R0802
100
1/10W

R3628
75
1/10W

R3636
100
1/10W

10

C3634
0.1
25V
F

GND

6

GND

7

R

8

TO H1 BOARD
CN2911

C2656 1 10V

24

D3632
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

SPEAKER-L
22
21

MODE3
20

C2657
47p
50V

R3627
75
1/10W

D0800
XX

C2659
10
50V

SDA

9V
9V-AUDIO

L2602
1uH

C2660
47
35V
L3612
1uH
C3636
47
35V

Q2604
MSD601-RST1
SWITCH

AC-ON/OFF
R2649
22k
1/10W

R2650
22k
1/10W

D3618
XX

R3635
100
1/10W
R3631
100
1/10W

D3633
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

D3619
XX

C-FRONT
D3616
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

JR2618 0 CHIP
L2600 XX
JR26170 CHIP

D3617
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

R3632
100
1/10W
C2642
XX

JR2601
XX

JR2602
XX

JR2603
XX

JR2604
XX

JR2605
XX

JR2606
XX

JR2607
XX

JR2609
XX

JR2610
XX

JR2611
XX

JR2612
XX

JR2613
XX

JR2614
XX

JR2615
XX

Y/CVBS-FRONT

L2601
XX

C2643
XX

JR2608
XX

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

FRONT-L

D2612
XX

J

FRONT-R
C2641
XX

C2658
0.1
25V

D3615
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

R3626
75
1/10W

C2640
XX

SPEAKER-R

23

9V
D0600
UDZS-5.6B

MODE2

5

25

R2648
1k
1/10W

MODE1

4

L

L-ANALOGRF

R3647
0
CHIP

MODE3

C-MAIN

3

GND

FRONT-L
26

9V

CVBS/YMAIN

Y/CVBS

TO A BOARD
CN3002

SC3-IN-L
27

R3646
XX

SC3-IN-L

V-OUT-2S

2

GND9

V-IN-3

CN3600
8P
RED
1

SCL
CVBS ANALOG RF

V-OUT-3B

R3629
75
1/10W

C

35

28

D3614
UDZSTE-1713B

R3634
75
1/10W

VIDEO IN

GND

V-ANALOGRF

SC2-IN-L

SCL

C-IN-3

VIDEO OUT

SC1-IN-L

C2628 0

29

AV-LINK
C0800
XX

L-DIGITALRF
34

SC3-OUT-L
D2610
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

JR2628 0

R-ANALOGRF

30

R0801
100
1/10W

JR3610
XX

9

AVCC

C2618
XX

31

MODE3

D2609
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C2639
47
35V

R3633
XX

32

ANALOG RF R

7
9

8

C2629
XX

C2655
1
10V

AV3 IN R
FRONT R

35

AV2 IN R

36

AV1 IN R

AV1 OUT L

AV3 OUT L

AV3 OUT R

DVCC

DGND

37

ANALOG RF L

TC2
ANALOG RF

1

R3641
68k
1/10W C3632
0.1
25V

C3620
0.1
16V

38

AV2 OUT R/SPEAKER R

DIGITAL RF

C3624 0.1
25V

39

IC3600
CXA2149AQ-TL
AV SWITCH

60

63

40

AV1 IN L

59

62

41

DIGITAL RF L

56

C3629
XX

V-ANALOGRF

1
2
3
4

R3637
75
1/10W

R3638
100
1/10W

6

5

AUDIO R IN

C3619 0.1 16V
C3612 C3613 C3615
XX
XX
XX

D3609
XX

AUDIO R OUT

20 18 16 14 12 10

8

RIGHT OUT
RIGHT IN
LEFT OUT
GND
GND
LEFT IN
NC
MODE
GND
NC
NC
NC
GND
GND
C IN
NC
GND
GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
GND

21 19 17 15 13 11

7

CN3603
21P

D3628
UDZSTE-1713B

V-IN-1

C3607
XX

D3612
XX

SC3-OUT-R

SC3-OUT-L
C3621 0.1

BLK2

VIDEO OUT

C3618 0.1 16V

42

MODE2

D3631
UDZS-5.6B

V-IN-2

VBIAS

43

MODE1

R3623
100
1/10W

C3606
XX

55

44

MUTE

R3617
75
1/10W

RED-2
D3611
XX

C362710 50V

FRONT Y

45

ADR

D3630
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

6

16V
V-IN-3 C3617 0.1

54

46

SDA

R3622
100
1/10W

C3605
XX

AV2 IN C
TRAP3

47

SCL

R3616
75
1/10W

D3610
XX

53

48

C_MAIN

D3629
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C3631
0.1

C3626
0.1
25V

49

VCC

R3621
100
1/10W

C3628
XX

52

50

Y_MAIN

R3615
75
1/10W

9V

TRAP1

C3625
0.1
16V
Y/CVBS-FRONT

GREEN-2
FB3609
XX

R-ANALOGRF

AV-LINK
51

Y SLAVE

R3620
XX

L-ANALOGRF

C3611
XX

AV3 OUT CVBS

JR3609
XX

C-IN-3
C3609
0.1
16V

D3608
XX

R-DIGITALRF

AV2 OUT CVBS

BLUE-2

C3614
XX

AV1 OUT R

C-FRONT

D2607
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C3608
0.1
16V

DIGITAL RF R

SC2-IN-L

MODE2
D3627
UDZSTE-1713B

SPEAKER-L

D2606
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

L3609
XX
R3619
100
1/10W

SPEAKER-R

C-SLAVE

C3604
XX

D3607
XX

L-DIGITALRF

LD1

D3626
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C2625
1
10V

RED-2

RGD1

R2635
470k
1/10W

CVBS/YSLAVE

SC2-OUT-L

GND

R3614
100
1/10W

C2627
47
35V

D2605
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C3610
47
35V

TRAP2

C2623
1000p
50V

R2634
470k
1/10W

L3611
1uH

C SLAVE

R2627
1k
1/10W

R2615
0
CHIP

C2624
1
10V

SC2-IN-R

BLK2

RGD2

R2630
0
CHIP

C2622
0.022
25V

R2626
330
1/10W

R2633
470k
1/10W

9V

BLUE-2

LDO

R2614
0
CHIP

D2604
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

GND

R3613
75
1/10W

C2621
1000p
50V

C2626
47
35V

FRONT C

C2617 R2625
XX
1k
1/10W

R2632
470k
1/10W

C3616
0.1
25V

GREEN-2

RGD3

C2619
XX

R2628
0
CHIP

V-OUT-3S

AV3 IN C

1
2
3
4

RED-1

D3606
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C2620
0.022
25V

5
6

AUDIO L IN

AV2

GREEN-1

D3601
XX

D3622
UDZS-5.6B

R3612
100
1/10W
R2624
330
CHIP

7
8

V-OUT-1B

SC2-OUT-R

AUDIO L OUT

9

BLUE-1

REXT

R3604
75
1/10W

AUDIO R IN

20 18 16 14 12 10

21 19 17 15 13 11

5

RIGHT OUT
RIGHT IN
LEFT OUT
GND
GND
LEFT IN
BLUE IN
MODE
GND
AV LINK
GREEN IN
NC
GND
GND
RED IN
BLANKING
GND
GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
GND

C3603
XX

V-IN-1

AUDIO R OUT

CN3602
21P

VIDEO OUT

R3611
75
1/10W

VIDEO IN

4

D3605
XX

LAST RF
RGD4

FB3608
XX

R3610
100
1/10W

CVBS DIGITAL RF

2

CVBS/YMAIN

D2613
XX

AV SCART I/O SWITCHING AND SOCKETS

~ J Board Schematic Diagram [ AV Scart I/O Switching and Sockets ] ~

11

- 44 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

TMRESET
2,5

MS.-32FQ85

1

+3V3_TM

VO_DATA[0-7] 9

7

EMI

MM_A[0-13]

MM_A[6]

2

1
3
5
7

VSS

VDD

PCI_REQ#

B7

U13

VDD

PCI-INTC#

B8

U14

VCC

V34_IO2

U15

VCC

V34_TXDATA

B10

SSI_TxDATA 10

U16

VSS

V34_CLK

B11

SSI_RXCLK 10

U17

VSS

AO_SD4

B12

AO_SD1

B13

VCC

AO_OSCLK

B14

VCC

AI_OSCLK

B15

VDD

B17

VI_DATA7

B18

VCC

VI_DATA3

B19

J17

VDD

VI_DATA1

C19

H17

VDDTM

TRI_RESERVID2

G17

VCC

TRI_RESERVID1

VDD

VO_DATA4

M19

D12

VDD

VO_DATA1

N19

D11

VCC

TESTMODE

P19

D10

VCC

IIC_SDA

R19

D9

VDD

MM_DQM0

T19

D8

VDD

D7

VCC

D6

VCC

V19

MM_DQ02

W19

MM_DQ08

W18

MM_DQ11

W17

2
4
6

TM_SDA

1
3
5

VO_DATA[6]

R461
0

8

7
MM_DQM[0]

W5

K13

VSS

MM_DQ23

W4

N2
M2

2
4
6
8

RB18
47

M11

VSS

PCI_AD15

J2

M12

VSS

PCI_SERR#

H2

PCI_STOP#

G2

PCI_STOP
PCI_FRAME

R491
47
1/10W

PCI_AD[14]
PCI_AD[15]

7 5

4

7 5

8
+3V3

MM_CS1

MM_DQ[6]

MM_DQ[3]

MM_DQ[0]

MM_DQ[10]

MM_DQ[12]

MM_DQ[14]
7

5

3

1

8

6

4

2

MM_A[11]

MM_A[13]

3

MM_A[1]

5

MM_A[3]

7

PCI_REQ

R38
XX

PCI_FRAME

R39
2.7k
1/10W

PCI_IRDY

1

+3V3

PCI_DEVSEL

1

6

4

2

3

5

PCI_SERR

MM_CKE0

MM_CS1

4

PCI_PAR

8
TMS
+3V3_TM

TDI

CE#
A0

FLASH_CE#
PCI_AD[1]

PCI_IDSEL

R402
0
CHIP

VO_DATA[0-7]
MM_A[0-13]

R459
0
CHIP

PCI_PAR

VO_IO2 9

PCI_GNT

R47
XX
R48
XX

VDDQ

PCI_PERR
PCI_DEVSEL

6

A2
A1

PCI_CBE[0]

R45
2.7k
1/10W
R46
2.7k
1/10W

TM_SDA 5,9

R37
XX
2

VSS

R43
2.7k
1/10W
R44
2.7k
1/10W

PCI_PERR

7

RB15
47

VO_DATA[4]

8

VO_DATA[2]

1

PCI_AD[3]

3

PCI_AD[2]

5

PCI_AD[1]

7

PCI_AD[0]

1

PCI_AD[11]

3

PCI_AD[10]

5

RB3
47

A3

PCI_AD[24]

R42
2.7k
1/10W

PCI_STOP

TMCLK5

VO_DATA[1]

RB14
47
7

PCI_AD[9]

1

PCI_AD[8]

3

PCI_AD[18]

PCI_AD[17]

PCI_AD[16]

5

RB2
47

2

OE#

R40
2.7k
1/10W
R41
2.7k
1/10W

SSI_IO1 10
SSI_RxDATA10
SSI_RXFSX10

VO_DATA[0]

4

4MM_CAS

6

MM_A[4]

8

MM_A[7]

2

RB13
47
7

10

4

MM_A[9]

RB12
47

6

DQ0

A4

PCI_AD[28]

PCI_AD[21]

I2C_IRQ
8

A5

PCI_AD[25]

+3V3

PCI_AD[29]

MM_CLK1

2

DQ8

R97
XX

PCI_TRDY

4

PCI_AD[26]

PCI_AD[12]

R21
10k
PCI_INTB 8

6

C40
22
6.3V

PCI_AD[13]

RB16
47

P1 R1 T1 U1 V1 W1 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 Y8 Y9 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17 Y18 Y19 Y20 W20 V20 U20 T20 R20 P20 N20 M20 L20 K20 J20 H20 G20 F20 E20 D20 C20 B20 A20 A19 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5

PCI_INTD 10

8

C42
0.1
16V

PCI_IDSEL

6

PCI_AD28

PCI_AD31

PCI_INTD#

PCI_INTB#

V34_IO1

V34_RXDATA

V34_RXFSX

SPD0

AO_SD2

AO_SCK

AO_WS

AI_SCK

VI_DVALID

VI_DATA8

VI_DATA5

VI_DATA4

VI_DATA2

VI_CLK

SCAN_CPU

JTAG_TMS

JTAG_TDI

TRI_USERIRQ

VO_IO2

VO_DATA7

VDDQ

TRI_CLKIN

VO_DATA5

VO_DATA2

VO_DATA0

IIC_SCL

BOOT_CLK

MM_CS1#

MM_DQ06

MM_DQ03

MM_DQ00

MM_CKE0

MM_DQ10

MM_DQ12

MM_DQ14

MM_CAS#

MM_A13

MM_A11

MM_A01

MM_A03

MM_CLK0

MM_A04

MM_A07

MM_A09

MM_DQ17

MM_DQ20

MM_DQ22

MM_DQ31

MM_DQ29

MM_DQ28

MM_DQ26

MM_DQM2

MM-CKE1

PCI_AD00

PCI_AD03

PCI_AD05

PCI_AD07

PCI_AD09

PCI_AD[30]

PCIAD11

PCI_AD[31]

A4

PCI_AD12

A3

PCI_AD27

PCI_AD14

A2

PCI_AD24

VSS

PCI_PAR

PCI_IDSEL

VSS

PCI_PERR#

VSS

L11

0PCI_DEVSEL#

L10

K11

PCI_IRDY#

B2

PCI_AD16

C2

PCI_AD19

PCI_AD18

D2

PCI_AD21

VSS

PCI_AD20

PCI_C/BE2

VSS

PCI_AD23

VSS

J10
K10

MM_CKE1

DQ1

A6

PCI_AD[2]

RB17
47

1

J11

C45
0.01
25V

PCI_AD[3]

3

E2

+3V3

PCI_AD[27]

PCI_AD[5]

PCI_SERR

6

F2

PCI_FRAME#

+3V3
PCI_AD[28]

PCI_AD[4]

8

VREF_PCI

VSS

PCI_AD[4]

2

VSS

PCI_AD[5]

4

VSS

J12

A7

PCI_AD[6]

25

L12
K12

4

K2

3

L2

PCI_AD13

6

PCI_AD10

VSS

PCI_AD[29]

PCI_AD[7]

PCI_AD[6]

7 5

PCI_AD08

VSS

8

VSS

2

L9
M9
M10

PCI_AD[7]

2

R2

26

P2

PCI_AD06

27

PCI_AD04

VSS

28

PCI_AD02

VSS

PCI_AD[8]

29

VSS

J9
K9

DQ9

30

H9

DQ2

A17

31

T2

32

PCI_CLK

A18

33

VSS

PCI_AD[30]

34

H10

DQ10

PCI_AD[0]
PCI_AD[31]

PCI_AD[18]

24

U2

23

MM_CS0#

RY/BY#

PCI_AD[19]

22

VSS

DQ11

21

H11

NC

20

V2

RESET# VCC

WP#/ACC
DQ3

19

W2

MM-DQ24

DQ4

18

W3

MM-DQ27

VSS

WE#

17

MM_DQ30

VSS

DQ12

16

VSS

H12

DQ5

A20

15

J13
H13

FLASH_RESET

1

W6

MM_DQ21

1

W7

MM_DQ18

VSS

3

MM_DQ16

VSS

PCI_CBE[1]

MM_A[0]

A19

35

VSS

L13

PCI_AD[21]

MM_A[8]

12

N13
M13

1

W8

3

W9

MM_A08

5

MM_A05

VSS

PCI_AD[20]

MM_A[2]
MM_A[5]

36

VSS

N12

RB1
47

37

N11

R23 100 1/10W

38

W10

39

W11

A8

40

W12

MM_A02
MM_CLK1

41

MM_A00

VSS

42

VSS

N9

DQ6
DQ13

PCI_AD[17]

43

N8

N10 VSS

R460
47
1/10W

14

W13

13

MM_A12

A9

PCI_AD[9]

11

VSS

A10

PCI_AD[10]

MM_RAS 4

10

M8

9

DQ14

PCI_AD[11]
MM_WE 4
MM_A[12]

9

W14

R1910k

DQ7

8

W15

MM-RAS#

R30
XX

A11

7

W16

MM_WE#

VSS

R18
0
CHIP

VSS

A12 DQ15/A-1

PCI_AD[12]

6

MM_DQ13

VSS

L1 M1 N1

A13

PCI_AD[13]

MM_DQ[13]

VSS

J1 K1

A16
BYTE#

PCI_AD[14]

MM_DQ[5]

MM_DQ[11]

J8

F1 G1 H1

A15
A14

PCI_AD[15]

MM_DQ[8]

L8

B1 C1 D1 E1

IC8
AM29LV160DT-90EC
FLASH MEMORY
PCI_AD[16]

MM_DQ[2]

K8

A1

R480
0
CHIP

RB19
47

7

VSS

R17 0

R479
0
CHIP

VO_DATA[3]
VO_DATA[7]

U19

MM_DQ05

VO_DATA[5]

44

H8

VSSQ

PCI_CBE[0-1]

D13

VO_CLK 9
R25 33 1/10W

TV_SCL

L19

TV_SDA

K19

VSSQ

R401
0
CHIP
PCI_AD[23]

45

J19

VO_DATA6

VCC

R95
100
1/10W

R96
100
1/10W

46

VO_CLK

VCC

D14

C66
0.1
16V

47

VSS

D15

EMI

+3V3_TM

48

D16

FL003

TCK
TMRESET 2,5

R35 10k 1/10W

H19

5

VSS

4

D17

3

G19

VSS

ADR23

2

F19

TRI_RESET#

D5

R94
0
CHIP

1

JTAG_TCK

VSS

MM_CS3#

C99
12p
50V

10

E19

VCC

IC1
PNX1300EH
MEDIA PROCESSOR

C100
12p
50V

D19

F17
E17

TRI_TIMER_CLK

+3V3

9

VI-DATA9

VCC

I2C_RESET
X3
10MHz

8

VDD

L17
K17

I2C_IRQ
PCI_CBE[1]
R463 0

7

AI_WS

B16

R478
0
CHIP
R462
0
CHIP

PCI_AD[0-21,23-31]

VSS

P17

MM_DQM[0-1]

T17
R17

M17

PCI_REQ
PCI_INTC10
+3V3
SSI_IO210

R20 10k 1/10W

B9

N17

IC11
P87LPC762-7
MICRO CONTROLLER

TM_SCL

VDD

VCCTM

PCI_TRDY#

PCI_C/BE1#

VCC

VCC

VDD

PCI_C/BE0#

VSS

VCC

PCI_AD01

MM_CS2#

VSS

MM_DQ25

MM_DQ19

MM_DQM3

VCC

VDD

MM_A06

VCC

VCC

VCC

VDD

MM_A10

MM_DQ15

VSS

MM-DQ09

MM_DQ01

4

MM_DQ[0-15]

MM_DQ[9]

MM_DQ[1]

MM_DQ[15]

MM_DQ[4]

MM_DQ[7]
MM_DQM[1]

MM-DQ04

VCC

MM-DQ07

MM_DQM1

VCC

VDD

VCC

VO_DATA3

VDD

VO_IO1

VSS

VCC

VI_DATA0

JTAG_TDO

VREF_PERIPH

VCC

AI_SD

VSSTM

VI_DATA6

VCC

VCC

VDD

AO_SD3

VCC

VDD

PCI_AD29

PCI_INTA#

VSS

VSS

VSSTM

PCI_AD25

U12

PCI_INTA
PCI_GNT

6

8

VCC

B6

5

7

VCC

B5

PCI_AD30

4

6

VCC

PCI_GNT#

VCC

3

C79
0.1

VDD

VCC

U11

R490
XX

2

C68
0.1

VCC

U10

B3

1

C78
0.1

VDD

B4

C3

11

C47 0.1

VCC

PCI-AD26

PCI_AD22

PCI_C/BE3#

12

C67
0.1

C46
0.1

VDD

VDD

13

5

VDD

VDD

U9

14

C21 0.1

VCC

VCC

U8

D3

15

C20
0.1
16V

VSS

U7

PCI_AD17

16

C19
0.1
16V

VSS

VSS
VCC

17

C44
0.1

PCI_AD[24]

U6

C41 0.1
C43
0.1

PCI_AD[25]

E3

J3 H3 G3 F3

18

C35
0.1

C34
0.1

K3

19

4

C33 0.1

R3 P3 N3 M3 L3

PCI_AD[26]

20

C31
0.1
16V C32
0.1
16V

E4 D4 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 D18 E18 F18 G18 H18 J18 K18 L18 M18 N18 P18 R18 T18 U18 V18 V17 V16 V15 V14 V13 V12 V11 V10 V9 V8 V7 V6 V5 V4 V3 U3 T3

8

C30
0.1 16V

PCI_INTB

9

C28 0.1 16V
C29
0.1

+3V3

C80
0.01
25V

10

C25 0.1 16V
C27
0.1
16V

J4 H4 G4 F4

PCI_AD[27]

7

C26
0.1

K4

FLASH_CE#

RB20
47

6

3

R4 P4 N4 M4 L4

TRIMEDIA MEMORY STICK

MM_DQM[0-1]
5

U5 U4 T4

13

R351
0

R350
0

R27
XX

C24
0.1
16V

ADR23

MM_DQ[0-15]

PCI_TRDY

1/3

11

R22
39
1/10W

R457
XX

MM_A[0-13]

MM_DQ[0-15]

12

L4
100uH

D030
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

D028
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C111
0.1
25V

4

C116
0.1
25V

EMI

VO_IO1 9

TDO

R400
100
1/10W

14

D029
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

3

FL001

C112
0.1
25V

2

+2V5_TM

MM_A[10]

PCI_INTA

C89
R26
22
XX
6.3V
L3
+2V5 100uH

C94
22
6.3V

IC12
SN74LV00APWR
ADRESS DECODER
1

2

MS

PCI_CBE[0-1]

PCI_CBE[0-1]

PCI_CBE[0-1]

R489
1k
1/10W

8

6

FL002

6

4

L2
100uH

PCI_CBE[0]

2

+3V3

MM_A[0-13]

+AC_DROP

8

5

PCI_CBE[1]

3

1
RB21
47

+3V3

PCI_AD[0-21,23-31]

PCI_AD[20]

PCI_AD[19]

PCI_AD[23]

PCI_AD[0-21,23-31]

D24
XX

TM_SCL9

PCI_IRDY

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

~ MS Board Schematic Diagram [ Trimedia Memory Stick ] Page 1/3 ~

11

- 45 -

A

1

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

MS.-32FQ85

R173
33
1/10W

VSSQ

+3V3

L5
10uH

C38
0.01
25V

R176
33
1/10W

R494
XX

R148
XX

3 MM_WE
3 MM_RAS

+2V5_TM

+3V3

3 MM_CAS

2

VDDQ

TM1300:VSSQ AND VDDQ

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

R175
33
1/10W

IC140
XX

R149
XX

C141
XX

X1
33.333MHz

R493 C36
XX 0.1
50V
C37
47
16V

R231
1k
1/10W

VCC OUT
GND

32MByte Default

L6
10uH

STANDBY

VDD

GND

OUT

TMCLK 3

+3V3

(VCC MEANS 3.3V,

TWO 128Mbit
Devices

after L4)

R150
XX

C142
XX

3

R199
100
1/10W

D13
LNJ208R8ARA

C143
XX 2,3
TMRESET
C113
0.1
25V

+3V3
FL005

R495
XX

9 DENC_RESET
IC3
MT48LC8M16A2TG-75-Y95W
SDRAM
C18
0.1
VSSQ54
VVC1
DQ0 DQ15
VSSQ52
VCCQ3
DQ14
DQ!

A6

A2

A5

A3

A4

VCC27
VSS28

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Y_G

8

TV_SDA

9

GND

10

+2.5V

11

U.B.C

12

TV_SCL

13

GND

14

+2.5V

15

V_R_CVBS

16

RESET

17

GND

18

GND

19

AUDIO_L

20

AUDIO_R

1

TRST

2

GND

3

TDI

4

GND

5

TDO

6

GND

7

TMS

8

GND

9

TCK

10

GND

11

NC

12

NC

8
2

1

4
6
8

4
6
8
2
4
6
8

3
5
7

2

1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7

+2.5V

7

Y_G
FB001
0uH

MM_A[9]
MM_A[8]
MM_A[7]
MM_A[6]
MM_A[5]
MM_A[4]

C488
XX

FB002
0uH

C489
XX

+2V5
V_R_CVBS
FB003
XX

C490
XX
R485
0
CHIP

R486
XX

28

27

MM_DQ[0-15]

A1

MM_A[13]

29

26

A7

+3.3V

6

R488
0
CHIP

U_B_C

MM_A[12]

30

25

A0

R464
0
CHIP

31

24

A8

V_SYNC

5

R61
XX

32

23

A10

H_SYNC

4

MM_DQM[1]

33

22

A9

+AC_DROP

3

R60
XX

D8
MRA4003T3

34

21

BA1

C23
0.1
16V

35

20

A11

36

19

BA0

37

18

NC36

2

TV_SDA

D7
MRA4003T3

38

17

MM_A[3]

CS

39

16

MM_A[2]

CKE

40

15

MM_A[1]

RAS

41

14

MM_A[0]

CLK

42

13

7

MM_A[10]

CAS

MM_DQ[8]

+3.3V

V_RCV1

TV_SCL

D6
MRA4003T3

R487
0
CHIP

1

H_RCV2
FB005
XX

MM_DQ[9]

43

12

MM_A[11] R223 0

DQMU

CN1
20P

MM_DQ[12]

MM_DQ[10]

44

11

MM_CS1

WE

C491
XX

MM_DQ[13]

MM_DQ[11]

45

10

R222
0
CHIP

DQML NC40

MM_DQ[14]

RB11
47

C14
0.01
25V

D032
1PS184-115

FB006
0uH

+3V3

FB004
XX

46

9

6

VCC14VSS41

R68
0
CHIP

47

8

MM_DQM[0]

DQ9
VCCQ43
VSSQ12
DQ(
DQ7
DQ6

I2C_RESET
MM_DQ[15]

48

7

C16 0.1

DQ11
VSSQ46
VCCQ9
DQ5 DQ10
DQ4

R492
0

R405
0
CHIP

49

6

C22 0.1

DQ2 DQ13
VSSQ6
VCCQ49
DQ3 DQ12

50

5

MM_DQ[7]

51

4

RB9
47

MM_DQ[4]
MM_DQ[6]

52

3

5
MM_DQ[5]

53

2

MM_DQ[3]

RB10
47

54

1

RB8
47
MM_DQ[0]
MM_DQ[2]

+AC_DROP

C115
0.1
25V

C13
10
16V

MM_DQ[1]

C202
0.1
16V
B

TM-1 RESET
CIRCUIT SWITCH

EMI

4

RST
VCC
GND

C201
0.01
25V
B

FLASH_RESET
D033
MM3Z9V1ST1

IC5
DS1233AZ-15

D031
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

R403
0
CHIP
L1
100uH

R54
4.7k
1/10W

C17
0.1
16V

+3V3
R57 R58
R59
4.7k 4.7k 4.7k
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W

8

MM_DQ[0-15]
MM_A[0-13]
MM_DQM[0-1]

MM_A[0-13]
MM_DQM[0-1]

R224
0

NC/A1
NC/A2

WP
SCL

R64
0
CHIP

R55
XX

6

3

R52
10k

MM_CLK1

NC/A0

7

2

R225
XX

VCC

CN2
XX

8

1

MM_CKE0

9

R65
0
CHIP

IC4
PCF85116-3T
EEPROM

MM_CKE1

R63
4.7k
1/10W

R62
4.7k
1/10W

C39
0.1
16V

R66 XX

TMS

TDO

TCK

TDI

R469
0
CHIP

R468
0
CHIP
3,9 TM_SDA

R56
XX

2/3

9 TM_SCL

MS

SDA

5

4

10

GND

R470
0
CHIP

~ MS Board Schematic Diagram [ Trimedia Memory Stick ] Page 2/3 ~

11

- 46 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

MS.-32FQ85

COMPONENTS MARKED AS XX ARE NOT FITTED ON THIS MODEL

1

C69
120p
50V
D15
UDZSTE-173.9B

L9
2.7uH

R131 R132 R133 R134
XX XX
XX XX

2

L13
2.7uH

R179 0

R102
XX

R117
75
1/10W

C86
0.1
16V

C76
390p
50V

D17
UDZSTE-173.9B
Y_G

L12
2.7uH

R180 0

C85
0.1
16V

C77
560p
50V

R128
0
CHIP

R119
XX

R129
XX

R182 0

+3V3_ana

VDDA3

37

XCLK

38

VSSD3

39

VDDD3

C

RED

VBS

GREEN

VDDA2

23

IC15
SAA7129AH/V1
DIGITAL ENCODER

DUMP2

22

SA

21

nc

20

RTCI

19

VSSD2

18

VDDD2

17
16

MP1

15

42

SDA

MP2

14

43

TTXRQ

MP3

13

44

TTX

MP4

12

MP5

MP0

SCL

MP6

RESET

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

R118
XX

U_B_C

L10
2.7uH

C73
390p
50V

R110
75
1/10W

TP3

VO_DATA[1]

D16
UDZSTE-173.9B

L11
2.7uH

R113
XX
R114
4.7k
1/10W
CHIP

R109
220
1/10W
VO_DATA[0]

41

1

C72
120p
50V

+3V3_digi
R116
10
1/10W

40

C90
0.1
16V

C178
0.1
25V

VDDA1

36

24

MP7

R121
0

RSET

XTALI

25

RCV2

TM_SDA

BLUE

35

26

RCV1

TM_SCL

CVBS

XTALO

27

VDDD1

DENC_RESET

28

VSSD1

R111
2.2k
R120 0

29

LLC1

4

Q5
2SA1037AK

30

AP

R100
22
1/10W

31

34

R101 XX
VO_CLK

32

VSSA

C84
0.1
16V

33

SP

C82
4p
50V

X2
27MHz

RES

C81
4p
50V

DUMP1

VO_DATA[0-7]
R123
1M
1/10W

5

R125
XX

C75
120p
50V

R181 0

3

V_R_CVBS

R124
0
CHIP

R106
XX

R177 0
R178 0

R103
1k
1/10W

VIDEO OUTPUT

C71
560p
50V

R135
XX

R130
XX

R115
10
1/10W

L8
2.7uH

C70
390p
50V

R104
75
1/10W

C74
560p
50V

R126
0
CHIP

R112
XX

R127
XX

+3V3
+3V3_ana

VO_DATA[2] C91
0.1
VO_DATA[3] 16V
VO_DATA[4]

L22
XX
C181
2.2
6.3V

C182
2.2
6.3V

C93
22
6.3V

L23
2.7UH

D026
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

VO_DATA[5]

VO_DATA[6]

+3V3_digi

R107
0
V_RCV1

VO_DATA[7]

+3V3
+3V3_digi
R232
XX
FL006

H_RCV2
VO_IO2

6

VO_IO1

R108
0
R226 XX

L7
100uH

C92
0.1
16V

D027
UDZS-TE17-9.1B

C179
2.2
6.3V

C180
2.2
6.3V

R227
XX

EMI

+3V3_MS

MEMORY STICK INTERFACE

C97
0.1
16V

7

D23
MA133-TX

D22
MA133-TX

D21
MA133-TX

D20
MA133-TX

CN3
10P
SIL

R138
22
1/10W
R140 XX

3 SSI_IO2

R139 22

3 PCI_INTD

R141

3 SSI_IO1

3 SSI_RXFSX
3 SSI_RXCLK

8

R147
XX

22

R142
XX

R146
XX

JL4
R143
XX

3 SSI_RxDATA
R144
XX
3 SSI_TxDATA

1

GND

2

MS_BS

3

VCC

4

MS_SDIO

5

NC

6

MS_INS

7

NC

8

MS_SCLK

9

VCC

10

GND

CONNECTOR
MEMORY STICK

JL5
D025
XX

JL6

R145
XX

+3V3

9

MS

C110
0.1
16V

R228
100k

Q4
2SA1037AK-T146-QR

3/3

+3V3

R229
1k

R230
10k

R183
100
1/10W

+3V3_MS
D14
UDZSTE-173.9B

C174
22
6.3V

C175
0.01
25V

C176
0.1
16V

R186
22
1/10W

C177
0.1
16V

D11
LNJ208R8ARA

R185
10k
1/10W

C169
0.1
16V

Q2
2SA1037AK-T146-QR

10
MEMORY STICK VCC CONTROL

Q3
DTC144EKA
3 PCI_INTC

~ MS Board Schematic Diagram [ Trimedia Memory Stick ] Page 3/3 ~

11

- 47 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

~ MS Printed Wiring Board Conductor side A ~
2

3

4

5

6

~ MS Printed Wiring Board Conductor side B ~
7

8

9

10

~ D2 Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~

11

- 48 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

H

G

I

J

K

L

M

N

1

B-#SSAE6B<...>-D2.-32FQ85

2

3
DYNAMIC FOCUS DRIVER

4

XX
0.33

SWITCH

5

DTZ-5.1B

6
25V
47K

7

U
PROTECTION IC

8

9

10

~ D2 Board Schematic Diagram [ Smart Mode Deflection ] ~

11

- 49 -

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

~ D Printed Wiring Board Conductor side ~

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

~ D Board Waveforms ~
TP1

10us/div

TP2

10us/div

TP3

10us/div

~ D Board IC Voltage Table ~
TP4

10us/div

TP5

IC Voltage Table

10us/div

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

8

IC8100

1.5 Vp-p (H)
9

TP6

10us/div

130 Vp-p (H)
TP7

140 Vp-p (H)

1.4 Vp-p (H)
10us/div

TP8

20us/div

TP9

5ms/div

455 Vp-p (H)
TP10

10

490 Vp-p (H)

250 Vp-p (H)

21 Vp-p (V)

Ref No Pin No Voltage (V)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Ref

(e)(s) (b)(g) (c)(d)

Q8100

0

0

3. 0

Q8110

2.4

3.7

0

Q8125

1.2

1.1

8.9

Q8101

0

0

3.9

Q8111

0

0

62.9

Q8126

1.2

1.1

0

1

0.3

1

3.8

Q8102

0

1.0

3.6

Q8113

0.4

0

8. 9

Q8127

1.1

1.5

0

2

3.9

2

0.4

Q8103

3.9

0

8.9

Q8115

8.6

8.9

0

Q8128

3.4

1.5

8.9

3

3.9

3

0.4

Q8104

0

0.3

3.7

Q8118

0

0

3.6

Q8132

0

0

3.6

Q8105

0

3.5

0.3

Q8119

1.2

0.5

0

Q8201

0

0.6

3.7
3.7

IC8102

5

3.9

5

0.4

Q8106

0

0.3

3.9

Q8120

1.3

0.5

0

Q8202

0

0.9

6

3.6

6

0.4

Q8107

0

0.3

3.9

Q8121

0

1.2

135.2

Q8455

1.2

1.7

8.9

7

0.4

7

0.4

Q8108

2.4

0.3

0

Q8122

0.5

1.4

0

Q8510

8.1

7.5

0.4

1

0.3

1

2.5

Q8109

0

0

58.0

Q8123

0.5

1.3

0

Q8512

0

5.3

32.6

5ms/div

IC8101

12 Vp-p (H)

IC Voltage Table

~ D Board Semiconductor Voltage Table ~

7.0 Vp-p (V)

11

- 50 -

2

3.9

2

1.7

3

3.2

3

1.7

5

3.2

5

0.9

6

3.6

6

3.6

7

3.5

7

1.1

IC8103


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