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PMC-R30L

AEP Model UK Model

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver 1.0 1999. 07

M o d e l UK Model SERVICE MANUAL Ver 1.0 1999. 07 CD player section

CD player section System Compact disc digital audio system Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wave length: 780 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 µW

 

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism

PMC-107L

CD

   

Section

CD Mechanism Type

KSM-213CDM

Optical Pick-up Name

KSS-213C

TC

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism

PMC-107L

Section

Tape Transport Mechanism Type

MF-107

SPECIFICATIONS

Cassette-corder section Recording system 4-track 2 channel stereo Fast winding time Approx. 120 s (sec.) with Sony cassette C-60 Frequency response TYPE I (normal): 70 - 10,000 Hz

(This output is the value measured at a distance of about 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Spindle speed 200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min (rpm) (CLV) Number of channels

the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Spindle speed 200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min
the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Spindle speed 200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min
the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Spindle speed 200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min

2

Frequency response 20 - 20,000 Hz +1/–2 dB Wow and flutter Below measurable limit

General

Speaker

Full range: 10 cm dia.,

3 ohms, cone type (2) Outputs

Headphones jack (stereo minijack) For 16 - 68 ohms impedance headphones Maximum power output 4.5 W + 4.5 W Power requirements For personal component system:

For 16 - 68 ohms impedance headphones Maximum power output 4.5 W + 4.5 W Power

Radio section

Frequency range

FM

87.5 - 108 MHz

MW

531 - 1,602 kHz

LW

153 - 279 kHz

IF

FM: 10.7 MHz MW/LW: 450 kHz Aerials FM: External aerial terminal MW/LW: External aerial terminal

FM: External aerial terminal MW/LW: External aerial terminal MICROFILM 230 V AC, 50 Hz For remote

MICROFILM

230 V AC, 50 Hz For remote control:

3 V DC, 2 R6 (size AA) batteries Power consumption AC 23 W

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PERSONALCOMPONENTSYSTEM

V DC, 2 R6 (size AA) batteries Power consumption AC 23 W – Continued on next

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Dimensions (incl. projecting parts) Player: Approx. 160 249 227 mm (w/h/d) Speaker: Approx. 150 245 192 mm (w/h/d) Mass Player: Approx. 2.8 kg Speaker: Approx. 1.2 kg Supplied accessories Remote control RMT-C107AD (1) FM lead aerial (1) MW/LW loop aerial (1)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES

3

2. GENERAL

Playing a CD

4

Listening to the radio

4

Playing a tape

5

Recording on a tape

5

3. DISASSEMBLY

3-1.

Cabinet (Front) Assy

6

3-2.

Cabinet (Upper) Assy

7

3-3.

Power Board

7

3-4.

Main Board

8

3-5.

CD Board

8

3-6.

Optical Pick-up

9

3-7.

Tape Mechanism Block

9

3-8.

Control Board and Back Light Board

10

3-9.

How to Apply the Belts

10

3-10. Head, Magnetic (HRP301)

11

3-11. Motor Assy (M301)

11

4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS

12

5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

Tape Section

12

Tuner Section

13

CD Section

14

6. DIAGRAMS

6-1.

IC Pin Description

15

6-2.

Circuit Boards Location

16

6-3.

Block Diagram –CD Section–

17

6-4.

Block Diagram –Main Section–

19

6-5.

Printed Wiring Boards –CD Section–

21

6-6.

Schematic Diagrams –CD Section–

23

6-7.

Printed Wiring Boards –Control Section–

25

6-8.

Schematic Diagrams –Control Section–

27

6-9.

Printed Wiring Boards –Main Section–

29

6-10. Schematic Diagram –Main Section (1/2)–

31

6-11. Schematic Diagram –Main Section (2/2)–

33

6-12. Printed Wiring Board –Power Supply Section–

35

6-13. Schematic Diagram –Power Supply Section–

35

7.

EXPLODED VIEWS

7-1.

Cabinet (Rear) Section

40

7-2.

Cabinet (Front) Section

41

7-3.

Cabinet (Upper) Section

42

7-4.

Tape Mechanism Section-1

43

7-5.

Tape Mechanism Section-2

44

7-6.

Tape Mechanism Section-3

45

7-7.

Tape Mechanism Section-4

46

7-8.

Optical Pick-up Section

47

7-9.

Speaker Section

48

8.

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

49

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!

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

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SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES

CHUCK PLATE JIG ON REPAIRING

On repairing CD section, playing a disc without the lid (CD), use Chuck Plate Jig. • Code number of Chuck Plate Jig: X-4918-255-1

Plate Jig. • Code number of Chuck Plate Jig: X-4918-255-1 NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP

NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK OR BASE UNIT

The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic breakdown because of the potential difference generated by the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. During repair, pay attention to electrostatic breakdown and also use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the repair parts. The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with care.

NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pick- up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, ob- serve from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.

ob- serve from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens. This Compact Disc player

This Compact Disc player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT table is location on the rear exterior.

CAUTION

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

LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH OPERATION CHECK

1. Open the CD lid.

2. Turn OPERATE switch on with to set the CD.

3. Turn on SW701 as following figure.

4. Press the ^ (CD) button.

5. Confirm the laser diode emission while observing the objecting lens. When there is no emission, Auto Power Control circuit or Optical Pick-up is broken. Objective lens moves up and down three times for focus search.

Push on SW701 in the arrowed direction with a screwdriver, etc. SW701
Push on SW701 in the
arrowed direction with
a screwdriver, etc.
SW701

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SECTION 2

GENERAL

This section is extracted from instruction manual.

SECTION 2 GENERAL This section is extracted from instruction manual. – 4 –
SECTION 2 GENERAL This section is extracted from instruction manual. – 4 –

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SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY

• The equipment can be removed using the following procedure.

Set

equipment can be removed using the following procedure. Set Cabinet (Front) assy Cabinet (Upper) assy Power

Cabinet (Front) assy

using the following procedure. Set Cabinet (Front) assy Cabinet (Upper) assy Power board Tape mechanism block
Cabinet (Upper) assy Power board Tape mechanism block Main board CD board Optical pick-up How
Cabinet (Upper) assy
Power board
Tape mechanism block
Main board
CD board
Optical pick-up
How to apply the belts
Motor assy (M301)
Head, magnetic (HRP301)
Control board and Back Light board

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

3-1. CABINET (FRONT) ASSY

3 BVTP 3x14

1 BVTP 3x14
1 BVTP 3x14

2 BVTP 3x14

9 CNP702 !¡ cabinet (front) assy 5 CNP306 8 CNP308 4 CNP303 7 CNP302 0
9 CNP702
!¡ cabinet (front) assy
5 CNP306
8 CNP308
4 CNP303
7 CNP302
0 wire
6 CNP301
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3-2. CABINET (UPPER) ASSY

3 BVTP 3x10 2 BVTP 3x10 1 BVTP 3x10 5 cabinet (upper) assy 4 CNP901
3 BVTP 3x10
2 BVTP 3x10
1 BVTP 3x10
5 cabinet (upper) assy
4 CNP901

3-3. POWER BOARD

2 BVTP 4x16 3 POWER board 1 CNP902
2 BVTP 4x16
3 POWER board
1 CNP902

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3-4. MAIN BOARD

3 MAIN board 1 CNP704 2 BVTP 3x10
3 MAIN board
1 CNP704
2 BVTP 3x10

3-5. CD BOARD

5 BVTP 3x10 4 BVTP 3x10 6 sheet, plastic 1 CNP701 7 CD board 2
5 BVTP 3x10
4
BVTP 3x10
6 sheet, plastic
1 CNP701
7 CD board
2 CNP703
3
connector

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3-6. OPTICAL PICK-UP

2 screws (2.6x16) 1 screws (2.6x16) 3 optical pick-up
2 screws (2.6x16)
1 screws (2.6x16)
3 optical pick-up

3-7. TAPE MECHANISM BLOCK

2 BVTP 3x10

4 tape mechanism block
4 tape mechanism block

3 BVTP 3x10

1 Open the cassette lid.

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3-8. CONTROL BOARD AND BACK LIGHT BOARD

1 BVTP 3x10 3 CNP802 2 BVTP 3x10 6 BVTP 3x8 5 CNP801 7 BVTP
1 BVTP 3x10
3 CNP802
2 BVTP 3x10
6 BVTP 3x8
5 CNP801
7 BVTP 3x10
9 BACK LIGHT board
4 CONTROL board
8 knob (SNOOZE)

3-9. HOW TO APPLY THE BELTS

2 belt

motor assy (M301) idler assy, PF 1 belt
motor assy (M301)
idler assy, PF
1 belt

FW assy

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3-10. HEAD, MAGNETIC (HRP301)

3-11. MOTOR ASSY (M301)

1 PTT 2x4 2 screw 3 head, magnetic (HRP301)
1 PTT 2x4
2 screw
3 head, magnetic (HRP301)
3 claw
3 claw

1 spring

5 motor assy (M301)

2 BVTT 2.6x5

holder, motor

4 PTT 2.6x6

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SECTION 4 MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS

PRECAUTION

1. Clean the following parts with a denatured-alcohol-moistened swab :

record/playback head

pinch roller

erase head

rubber belts

capstan

idlers

2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagne- tizer. (Do not bring the head magnetizer close to the erase head.)

3. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.

4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the parts adjusted.

5. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power supply voltage unless otherwise noted.

Torque Measurement

Mode

Torque meter

Meter reading

FWD

CQ-102C

30 – 70 g • cm (0.42 – 0.97 oz • inch)

FWD

 

1.5 – 5.5 g • cm (0.021 – 0.076 oz • inch)

Back Tension

CQ-102C

FF

CQ-201B

more than 60 g • cm (more than 0.83 oz • inch)

REW

CQ-201B

more than 60 g • cm (more than 0.83 oz • inch)

Tape Tension Measurement

Mode

Tension meter

Meter Reading

FWD

CQ-403A

more than 100 g (more than 3.53 oz)

SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

TAPE SECTION

0 dB = 0.775 V

• Standard Output Level

Output terminal

HP OUT

load impedance

32

output signal level

0.25 V (–10 dB)

• Test Tape

Type

Signal

Used for

WS-48A

3 kHz, 0 dB

tape speed adjustment

Tape Speed Adjustment Procedure:

Mode: playback

digital frequency test tape counter WS-48A (3 kHz, 0 dB) 32 Ω set
digital frequency
test tape
counter
WS-48A
(3 kHz, 0 dB)
32 Ω
set

phones jack (J302)

Adjust so that the value on the digital frequency counter is 3,000 Hz.

Specification Value:

Digital frequency counter

2,985 to 3,015 Hz

Adjust so that the frequency at the beginning and that at the end of tape winding are between 2,955 to 3,045 Hz.

Adjustment Location: TAPE SPEED Adjustment
Adjustment Location:
TAPE SPEED
Adjustment

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TUNER SECTION

0 dB = 1 µV

Precautions in Repairing Note : As a tuner unit (TU1) is difficult to repair if faulty, replace it with new one.

• FM Section

Setting:

BAND button: FM

FM RF signal generator

FM terminal (CNP2) 0.01 µF set 22.5 kHz frequency deviation by 400 Hz signal output
FM terminal
(CNP2)
0.01 µF
set
22.5 kHz frequency
deviation by 400 Hz signal
output level : as low as possible

• MW/LW Section Setting:

BAND button: MW or LW

AM RF signal generator

Setting: BAND button: MW or LW AM RF signal generator Put the lead-wire antenna close to

Put the lead-wire antenna close to the supplied MW/LW loop aerial.

30% amplitude modulation by 400 Hz signal output level : as low as possible

• Connecting Level Meter (FM, MW and LW)

level meter (range: 0.5-5 V ac) 32 Ω set
level meter
(range: 0.5-5 V ac)
32 Ω
set

phones jack (J302)

• Connecting Digital Voltmeter (FM, MW and LW)

digital

voltmeter tuner board TP (VT)
voltmeter
tuner board
TP (VT)

• Repeat the procedures in each adjustment several times, and the frequency coverage and tracking adjustments should be finally done by the trimmer capacitors.

FM FREQUENCY COVERAGE CHECK

 

Frequency Display

87.5 MHz

108

MHz

Reading on Digital voltmeter

1.8

± 0.2 V

5.6

± 0.2 V

Adjustment Part

<confirmation>

<confirmation>

FM TRACKING CHECK

Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter.

<confirmation>

<confirmation>

87.5 MHz

108 MHz

MW FREQUENCY COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT

 

Frequency Display

531

kHz

1,611 kHz

Reading on Digital voltmeter

0.9

± 0.1 V

5.6

± 0.2 V

Adjustment Part

L5

 

CT4

MW TRACKING ADJUSTMENT

Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter.

L3

CT2

621 kHz

1,404 kHz

AM IF ADJUSTMENT

Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter.

CFT1

450 kHz

LW FREQUENCY COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT

 

Frequency Display

153

kHz

279

kHz

Reading on Digital voltmeter

0.6

± 0.1 V

5.3

± 0.2 V

Adjustment Part

CT3

<confirmation>

LW TRACKING ADJUSTMENT

Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter.

L4

CT1

162 kHz

261 kHz

Adjustment Location: MAIN board (See page 14.)

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π

Adjustment Location:

– MAIN board (component side) –

CNP2 L3 MW TRACKING CT2 ADJUSTMENT LW L4 CT3 TRACKING CT1 LW ADJUSTMENT FREQUENCY COVERAGE
CNP2
L3
MW
TRACKING
CT2
ADJUSTMENT
LW
L4
CT3
TRACKING
CT1
LW
ADJUSTMENT
FREQUENCY
COVERAGE
ADJUSTMENT
CT4
L5
TU1
IC1
CFT1
AM IF
ADJUSTMENT
TP (VT) (conductor side)

MW

FREQUENCY

COVERAGE

ADJUSTMENT

CD SECTION

CD section adjustments are done automatically in this set.

In case of operation check, confirm that focus bias.

FOCUS BIAS CHECK

1. Connect the oscilloscope between IC701 pin (TP RF) and GND on CD board.

2. Set the Test Disc YEDS-18 (CD). (Part No. : 3-702-101-01)

3. Press the ^ (CD) button.

4. Confirm that the oscilloscope waveform is as shown in the figure below. (eye pattern)

A good eye pattern means that the diamond shape ( center of the waveform can be clearly distinguished.

) in the

• RF signal reference waveform (eye pattern)

VOLT/DIV : 200 mV (10 : 1 probe in use) TIME/DIV : 500 nS RF
VOLT/DIV : 200 mV (10 : 1 probe in use)
TIME/DIV : 500 nS
RF level :
1.2 ± 0.1 Vp-p

When observing the eye pattern, set the oscilloscope for AC range

and raise vertical sensitivity.

Test Point:

– CD board (conduction side) – 1 C709 52 C706 R704 C707 1 R701 13
– CD board (conduction side) –
1
C709
52
C706
R704
C707
1
R701
13
IC701
39 40
R706
14
27
16
26
C723
C711
CNP701
C737
R721
C712
R720
C738
TP (RF)
R725
R726
R740
C724
C705
C721 C717
JW705
JW703
R715
C715
JW713
R717

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SECTION 6

DIAGRAMS

6-1. IC PIN DESCRIPTION • IC801 CXP83232A-015Q (SYSTEM CONTROL)

Pin No.

Pin Name

I/O

 

Pin Description

 

1

REG

I

AC

check input

 

2

C-SCOR

I

CD-SCOR input

 

3

RMC

I

SIRCS receiver input

4, 5

NC

Not

used.

 

6

C-SENS

I

CD

SENS-1 input

 

7

C-SENS2

I

CD

SENS-2 input

 

8

RDS-CLK

O

Tuner demodulator clock output

 

9

RDS-DATA

O

Tuner demodulator data output

 

10

C-XRST

O

CD

system reset output

 

11

C-SQCK

O

Clock output for CD SUB-Q.

 

12

C-SQSO

I

CD

SUB-Q input

 

13

A-MUTE

O

Mute signal output for audio.

 

14

R-ST

I

Stereo detection input

 

15

R-COUNT

I

Tuner PLL IC count input

 

16

R-DATA

O

Tuner PLL IC data output

 

17

R-CLK

O

Tuner PLL IC clock output

 

18

R-CE

O

Tuner PLL IC chip enable output

 

19

V-CE

O

Electrical volume chip enable output

20

V-DAT

O

Volume data output

21

V-CLK

O

Volume clock output

22

C-CLK

O

Clock output for CD-DSP command.

23

C-XLAT

O

CD-DSP command latch output

24

C-DATA

O

CD-DSP command data output

25

PA-CON

O

Power on/off control output

26

REG-CON

O

Regulator on/off control output. LED (STANDBY) control signal output.

27

C-MUTE

O

Mute signal output for CD.

28

BACKLIGHT-ON

O

Not

used.

29

RDS-IND

O

Not

used.

30

– 32

KEY1 – 3

I

Key

return signal input

 

33

VER

I

Mode setting terminal

 

34

C-DOOR

I

CD

lid open/close detection input

 

35

NC

Not

used.

 

36

9/10K

I

Not

used.

 

37

SHIFT-CLK

O

Shift clock on/off output

 

38

RST

I

Reset signal input

 

39

EXTAL

I

Clock oscillation input (8 MHz)

40

XTAL

O

Clock oscillation output (8 MHz)

41

VSS

Ground (for A/D converter)

42, 43

NC

Not

used.

44

AVREF

I

Reference voltage input (for A/D convereter)

45

AVSS

Ground (for A/D converter)

46

VL

O

LCD bias resistor current control terminal (Cut off at standby)

47

– 49

VLC3 – 1

LCD bias power supply terminal

50

– 53

COM0 – 3

O

LCD common signal output terminal

54

– 73

SEG0 – 19

O

LCD segment signal output terminal

74

RADIO

O

Regulator on/off control output for radio block.

75

TAPE

O

Regulator on/off control output for tape block.

76

CD

O

Regulator on/off control output for CD block.

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Pin No.

Pin Name

I/O

Pin Description

77

– 88

SEG20 – 31

O

LCD segment signal output terminal

 

89

VDD

Power supply (+ 5V)

90

NC

Connected to VDD.

91

VSS

Ground

92

TX

O

Crystal connection for clock oscillation. (32.768 kHz)

93

TEX

I

Crystal connection for clock oscillation. (32.768 kHz)

94

– 98

SEG32 – 36

O

LCD segment signal output terminal

99

REC

I

Tape REC detection signal input (from SW301)

100

PLAY

I

Tape PLAY detection signal input (from S302)

6-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

CD board
CD board

MAIN board

CD MOTOR board

BACK LIGHT board

CONTROL board

HEADPHONE board

KEY board

POWER board

REC SW board

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PMC-R30L

6-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM — CD SECTION — CD BOARD RF AMP & SYSTEM SERVO PROCESSOR
6-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM — CD SECTION —
CD BOARD
RF AMP & SYSTEM SERVO PROCESSOR
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR, D/A CONVERTER
CNP704
CNP701
IC701
IC703
PWM
RF AMP
AOUT1
3
1
5
A
PD1
RF O
AMP
CD L-CH
RF
65
38
33
35
EFM DEMODULATOR
DIGITAL
MAIN
LOUT1
7
67
C
FOK
FOK
FILTER
SECTION
27
18
SERIAL
&
INTERFACE
(Page 19)
AOUT2
1
D/A
6
PD2
76
R-CH
B
39
D/A
CONVERTER
C. OUT
CNIN
24
11
INTERFACE
IIL
LOUT2
D
4
SENS1
SEIN
PWM
74
25
10
SERVO
SENS2
AMP
TTL
26
AUT
LD ON
LASER
LD
LD
10
SEQ.
SUB CODE
SWITCH
36
DIODE
SERIAL/
PROCESSOR
Q701
CONTROL
PARALLEL
PD
12
PD
DATA
DATO
37
CONVERTER
22
12
XLT
XLTO
DECODER
21
13
CLK
TTL
CLKO
20
14
FE AMP
3
IIL
E
E
42
XRST
23
79
XRST
8
F
F
41
COMMAND
VREF
51
VC
DIGITAL
TRACKING
FOCUS
CLV
CPU INTERFACE
OPTICAL PICK-UP
PHASE
PHASE
BLOCK
(KSS-213C)
13
6
16
21
15 17
6
5
4
57
7
8
9
62
70•71
14
T+
TRACKING
TRACKING
17
TIN
15
COIL
19
T–
X701
COIL
18
DRIVE
16.9344MHz
13
F+
FOCUS
FOCUS
26
FIN
16
F–
COIL
25
COIL
27
DRIVE
MUTE
7
CNB703
M702
4
SL+
SLED
M
2
SLIN
SLED
3
SL–
MOTOR
3
1
MOTOR
DRIVE
6
M701
SP+
SPINDLE
M
12
SPI
SPINDLE
5
SP–
MOTOR
15
11
MOTOR
DRIVE
SLED/SPINDLE
MOTOR DRIVE
TRACKING/FOCUS
COIL DRIVE
IC702
2
S701
1
(LIMIT)
CNP702
10
11 9
5
6
7
4
3
2
1
2
1 3
7
6
5
8
9
10
11
CNP806
10
7
6
12 11
2
24 23 22 27
CNP705
1
8
4
CD
SW701
34 C-DOOR
SYSTEM CONTROL
2
(CD DOOR)
IC801 (1/2)
74
76
CONTROL BOARD
(1/2)
CNP805
9
11
9
11
CNP303
MAIN BOARD
• Signal path
: CD
(1/2)
RADIO ON
CD ON
COM
COM
RA5V
SWITCH
CD5V
SWITCH
5V
5V
Q306
Q302,307
R-ch : same as L-ch.
04
– 17 –
– 18 –
TAO
FEO
SLO
XRST
MDP
RADIO
SPOA
XLON
SENS2
SENS
SENS1
CD
SQSO
SQSO
SQCK
SQCK
SCOR
SCOR
DATA
DATA
XLAT
XLAT
CLOK
CLK
SYSM
MUTE
XTAI
XTAO
PMC-R30L 6-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION — MAIN BOARD (2/2) FM TU1 IF OUT
PMC-R30L
6-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION —
MAIN BOARD
(2/2)
FM
TU1
IF OUT
7
CNP2
1
ANT VT
OSC OUT
8
5
CF1
CF2
CF3
Q9
MW/LW
24
21
10
CNP1
CFT1
AM IF
FM
2
FM
CT3
OSC
7
DET
LW
MW/LW
Signal path
FREQUENCY
12
SWITCH
FM
AF
FM
L
COVERAGE
Q2,3
16
15
MUTE
MIX
BUFFER
MPX
11
R-CH
: FM
R
CT1,L4
AM
AM
4
6
L15
LW
8V
MIX
DET
: MW
TRACKING
CFT1
22
AM IN
AMP
IF
D302
L3, 4
CT1
: PB
CT2,L3
AM
Q1
(MW/LW ANT)
BUFFER
OSC
MW
FM/MW/LW FRONT-END, IF DET,
FM STEREO DEMODULATOR
TRACKING
VT
LW
IC1
:
REC
Q17
SWITCH
CT2
LW
20
19
14
17
13
18
AMP
SWITCH
Q4
CT4,L5
RADIO 5V
Q5
Q18
AM HI-CUT
X1
:
CD
MW
Q13
75kHz
RDS
FREQUENCY
Q11
LPF
Q14
Q8
D3
MODULATOR
COVERAGE
CT4
Q16
IC3
R-ch : same as L-ch.
CT3
L5
4
17 16
1
2
9
14
15
8
21
PD1
POWER
Q15
RDS5V
CONTROL
XO
14
RA5V
10 LW
Q21
Q6
11
PLL
POWER
MW
CNP304
XI
13
IC2
TU8V
CONTROL
8V
Q7
B-MUTE
13
Q10,22
X2
5
Q20
4
5
6
7
1
4.332MHz
CD L-CH
12
16
CD
HEADPHONE BOARD
SECTION
CNP307
CNP308
(Page 18)
2
2
PRE-AMP
VOLUME/SOUND CONTROL
R-CH
CDIN1
POWER AMP
HRP301
22
IC301
IC302
IC303
R-CH
CNP301
RECORD/PLAYBACK
5
5
HEAD
OUT2
J302
4
4
3
3
PBIN1
OUT1
IN2
5
20
31
SURROUND
TONE
VOL
24
11
5
PHONES
L-CH
ALC AMP
STBY
4
4
3
3
5
T301
REC1
4
R-CH
REC
VC
BIAS
CONTROL
23
RA 5V
2
2
HE301
BIAS
SP301
Q304
R-CH
OSC
ERASE HEAD
SPEAKER
Q303
(L-CH)
VREF
P/R
SEL
J301
21
CONTROL
17
13
12
20
19
18
21
REG
SPEAKER
CD6V
-2
CNP302
Q314
VREF
6
VREF
1
1
REG
VREF
8V
MUTE
2
2
Q309,310
SW301
24
15
CONTROL
REC
Q305,311, 313
S824
RESET
PB
-1
4
4
REG
REC
COM5V
REC/PB
Q308
3
3
SW
+5V
PB
Q301, 312
REG
VDD5V
CNP311
IC803
CNP303
8
10
4
5
6
7
17
14
13
12
15
19
2
1
22
18
REC SW
POWER BOARD
BOARD
8
10
4
5
6
7
17
14
13
12
15
19
2
1
22
18
CNP805
CNP
T901
VDD
CNP805
305
CNP901
POWER
5V
TRANSFORMER
RESET
M301
CNP306
IC804
23
23
2
2
RECT
CAPSTAN /REEL
VCC
D901–904
6
6
MOTOR
AC IN
99
75
18
17
16
15
14
21
20
19
13
25
9
8
D804
38
5
5
16
16
3
3
M
OPERATE
4
4
LED DRIVE
D905
S301
REG
26
Q805
(MD POWER)
+8V
CON
CNP
3
3
RDS
SYSTEM CONTROL
303
2
2
3
3
S302
100
PLAY
IC801 (2/2)
(MD PLAY)
SWITCH
1
1
REG
1
Q807
50–53
54–73,77–88,94–98
92•93
40
39
37
29
30–32
3
X801
LED DRIVE
S801–803,
IR
8MHz
Q803
RECEIVER
X802
807
IC802
LCD801
32.768kHz
CNP803
CLOCK
CLOCK
CNP802
SHIFT
1
3-5
2
SHIFT
Q801
Q802
1
3-5
2
CNP801
CNP804
BACK LIGHT
S808–823,
KEY
D806
825,826
S805,806
BOARD
04
CONTROL BOARD
(2/2)
BOARD
R•D•S
– 19 –
– 20 –
REC
COM0
COM3
SEG0
SEG36
CE
RAIN1
CE
TX
CK
CK
TEX
DA
DA
CD
CD
TAPE
TAPE
FM IN
OSC
AM IN
XTAL
XOUT
CE
R-CE
EXTAL
CK
R-CLK
DA
XIN
R-DATA
SHIFT-CLK
CD
R-COUNT
R-ST
MO/ST
MO/ST
PORT2
IF IN
PORT1
RDS IND
IF REG
QUAD
CLK
V-CLK
FM
BAND
DATA
V-DATA
LATCH
V-CE
ST-IND
BC
KEY1
KEY3
A-MUTE
PA-CON
RDATA
DATA
RCLK
CLK
RMC
RST
RDATA
RDATA
RCLK
RCLK
MUX

PMC-R30L

6-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS — CD SECTION — • Refer to page 16 for Circuit Boards Location.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

MAIN BOARD

CNP304

(Page 30)

SW701

(CD DOOR)

CONTROL BOARD

CNP806

(Page 25)

04

CD BOARD CD MOTOR BOARD 6 1 M701 BLK M 1 CNP703 (SPINDLE) BLK R735
CD BOARD
CD MOTOR BOARD
6
1
M701
BLK
M
1
CNP703
(SPINDLE)
BLK
R735
BLK
JW731
BLK
BLK
CNP704
JW734
C770
WHT
14
1
R736
R731
6
7
S701
IC702
CNP707
L701
(LIMIT)
JW726
1
15
28
C782
C732
C767
JW735
M702
JW733
M
JW736
(SLED)
C748
JW739
JW723
1
L702
C772
C757
C754
C744
31
C718
R737
X701
2
JW725
1-658-023-
(31)
R751
L705
R748
C703
C756
JW732
1
C710
C734
JW712
C753
CNP705
R747
C725
C704
R711
C749
C764
JW738
JW721
R712
C778
R707
R752
C733
60
R723
R714
R703
61
C701
R743
C776
C714
R705
JW702
C777
C708
80
41
R755
C702
R702
IC703
C722
40
1
1
11
R754
C709
C727
52
C706
C769
R704
C707
1
R701
OPTICAL PICK-UP
20
R756
R724
UNIT
2
21
13
IC701
KSS-213C
JW740
39 40
R706
14
C765
C774
C766
JW714
R729
27
16
C758
R759
26
C723
TP(RF)
C759
C711
CNP701
R733
JW704
C751
1
C737
CNP702
R732
R721
C743
C763
R741
R713
C712
R720
C742
C738
R742
JW708
C760
C720
L704
JW707
JW706
Q701
R710
1-674-301-
11
R757
JW719
JW716
C779
JW715
C773
JW720
R753
C761
JW717
C752
R739
C762
R744
C755
R745
C750
L703
R750
R746
JW718
JW711
JW710
R749
JW722
C775
FB702
C745
C783
FB701
JW724
R758
C768
JW730
C740
R730
JW729
C739
C730
C729
JW727
JW728
R728
R727
C716
R722
C731
R718
R725
R734
R726
C713
R740
R716
C741
JW737
R738
C724
C705
R709
C721 C717
R719
JW705
C719
C726
JW703
JW701
R715
C715
C728
JW713
R717

Common note on Schematic Diagram:

• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: µµF 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums.

• All resistors are in and 1 /4 W or less unless otherwise specified.

C : panel designation.

¢

: internal component.

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

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

U : B+ Line.

• Voltage is dc with respect to ground under no-signal

• Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No.

Location

IC701

IC702

IC703

Q701

E-6

B-7

D-4

F-4

Common note on Printed Wiring Boards:

(detuned) condition.

• Waveforms are dc with respect to ground in playback mode. no mark : FM or CD

(

) : MW

<

> : LW : Impossible to measure

• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M ). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc- tion tolerances.

• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc- tion tolerances.

• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.

• Signal path.

X : parts extracted from the component side.

F

: FM

¢

: internal component.

f

: MW

b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing.

E

: PB

a

: REC

J

: CD

– 21 –

– 22 –

6-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS — CD SECTION — • Refer to page 36 for IC Block Diagrams.

• Waveforms

(MODE:PLAY)

 

1

3

5

 

2.5V

 

2.5V

 

2.2Vp-p

Approx. 100mVp-p

Approx. 200mVp-p

16.9344MHz

IC701

(TEI)

IC701 1 (FEO)

IC703 &¡ (XTAO)

2

1.2±0.1Vp-p

4

2Vp-p
2Vp-p
4 2Vp-p 7.6 sec

7.6 sec

 
 

IC701 #£ (RFO)

 

IC703 @¡ (MDP)

– 23 –

(Page 34)

(Page 27)

– 24 –

PMC-R30L

PMC-R30L

6-7. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS — CONTROL SECTION — • Refer to page 16 for Circuit Boards Location.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

A BACK LIGHT BOARD CNP804 1 2 S806 S805 SNOOZE B SNOOZE CONTROL BOARD C
A
BACK LIGHT BOARD
CNP804
1 2
S806
S805
SNOOZE
B
SNOOZE
CONTROL BOARD
C
S803
+
41
1
LCD801
LIQUID CRYSTAL
DISPLAY PANEL
D
VOLUME
C820
C804
C807
R870
C805
1 3
R879
R871
IC804
Q801
JW806
C806
C801
51 50
S802
JW803
R825
R812
JW802
X801
E
C827
C809
Q802
R813
JW840
C802
31
C835
30
R815
R801
JW841
IC801
R814
R869
C836
R835
81 80
C830
R876
R806
JW2
C837
C829
R866
S801
C823
MEGA BASS
100
R877
C831
R867
C821
F
X802
1
JW835
JW826
R868
JW822
C822
JW843
Q807
JW816
JW815
R878
R881
C810
JW808
D805
R861
3
1
IC803
C813
D803
JW804
R852
JW846
R853
C814
C811
G
R851
CNP805
JW807
2 10
22
JW831
11
5
1
1
23
3
CNP806
IC802
1
H
04
2
3
R803
JW820
C825
JW801
R802
R875
JW821
R818
R865
R864
JW839
R836
D801
R863
R860
R874
C838
R859
R843
L804
R837
R842
R841
C824
R855
R862
R858
R854
JW810
R857
R856
JW823
JW825
C815
C816
R847
C817
C826
C818
R846
R848
R816
R849
R845
R850
C808
R844
R840
C833
R839
R810
R809
C828
R808
D802
L801
C803
JW813
JW844
R811
JW836
R807
R832
R882
JW837

CD BOARD

MAIN BOARD

CNP702

CNP303

(Page 21)

(Page 30)

I

1-674-300- 11 KEY BOARD CNP803 1 2 R821 R820 R822 S809 S810 S811 S812 STANDBY
1-674-300-
11
KEY BOARD
CNP803
1
2
R821
R820
R822
S809
S810
S811
S812
STANDBY
SUMMER
CLOCK
TIMER
D806
R•D•S
S825
S826
JW805
SOUND
FUNCTION
R838
S814
SLEEP
S807
OPERATE
S817
S822
S808
CNP801
C832
DSPL
+
1
R824
ENT MEM
JW824
TUNING•TIME SET
R834
D804
JW842
STANDBY
R826
5
R817
S816
S815
S813
S823
Q805
PLAY MODE•
PRESET +
BAND
PRESET –
JW838
MONO/ST ISS
JW845
R830
S818
S819
S820
S821
R883
=
^
CNP802
5
1
Q803
R829
R831
1-674-301-
11
1-674-303-
11
AMS/SEARCH
=
JW834
R880
JW833
R873
R804
R872
R805
R827
R828
R819
R833
R823

• Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No.

Location

D801

F-2

D802

G-6

D803

G-6

D804

F-8

D805

F-2

D806

D-11

IC801

E-4

IC802

H-1

IC803

F-6

IC804

E-2

Q801

E-6

Q802

E-6

Q805

F-7

Q807

F-2

– 25 –

– 26 –

6-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS — CONTROL SECTION —

(Page 24)

– 27 –

(Page 33)

SEL5420E

– 28 –

PMC-R30L

PMC-R30L

• Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No.

Location

D1

A-10

D2

A-10

D3

C-10

D4

A-10

D5

A-10

D6

H-10

D8

H-9

D9

B-9

D10

B-9

D11

B-11

D12

B-11

D301

E-3

D302

H-12

D304

D-7

D305

D-7

D306

B-7

D307

C-7

D308

H-6

D310

C-6

D311

F-3

D312

F-8

IC1

D-10

IC2

G-11

IC3

H-11

IC301

G-5

IC302

F-5

IC303

C-4

Q1

B-10

Q2

C-11

Q3

C-11

Q4

C-10

Q5

B-9

Q6

C-8

Q7

B-8

Q9

E-10

Q10

I-9

Q12

G-9

Q13

F-9

Q14

F-10

Q15

F-8

Q16

F-12

Q17

F-12

Q18

E-9

Q19

H-4

Q20

H-7

Q21

H-10

Q22

I-9

Q301

H-3

Q302

G-8

Q303

I-4

Q304

E-6

Q305

E-4

Q306

H-6

Q307

G-7

Q308

C-6

Q309

C-6

Q310

C-7

Q312

H-3

Q313

F-3

Q314

F-7

6-9. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS — MAIN SECTION — • Refer to page 16 for Circuit Boards Location.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

04

SP301 SP302 CNP2 S824 CNP1 SPEAKER SPEAKER MAIN BOARD FM RESET MW/LW L-CH R-CH D1
SP301
SP302
CNP2
S824
CNP1
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
MAIN BOARD
FM
RESET
MW/LW
L-CH
R-CH
D1
D4
5
1
J301
L103
R55
SPEAKER
D2
2
1
D5
CNP307
S824
L102
(IMP USE 3Ω)
L3
CNP1
L4
C225
C80
Q1
C224
D9
L203
JW92
D10
S
C312
C117
C115
C218
C307
Q7
R119
JW25
C217
C354
L14
JW55
D306
JW27
C320
JW81
Q5
JW13
C342
R316
JW110
JW50
R219
JW91
R9
D11
IC303
C355
JW57
JW32
C318
Q6
15
R7
R6
R4
1
Q3
Q308
C11
D3
C361
C215
R3
JW19
C7
R310
CT2
TU1
JW59
C14
CT3
C344
Q2
FM TUNER UNIT
Q309
R10
R5
R315
Q310
C362
C5
D307
Q4
1
R331
CT4
CT1
C340
R2
L9
L5
C1
D305
R210
R110
JW12
4
R1
L7
3
C16
JW8
CFT1
C47
C28
R108
R208
C22
C45
24
1
1
C21
C44
JW83
CNP305
C27
JW52
JW26
L15
JW71
5
JW107
R49
IC1
R14
R13
R312
C25
C313
C18
Q9
JW22
C211
R53
CF2
JW103
C43
C40
R56
8
R54
C336
C338
C323
C20
C78
JW77
13
12
C34
CF1
R322
Q305
JW123
C41
R207
C108
R324
R33
C33
C26
C321
R43
JW74
R44
L11
Q304
C326
R345
CF3
Q311
S
C360
R329
JW87
C208
1
32
C109
R348
Q18
S
Q17
R325
C357
C209
C110
Q314
D312
TP(VT)
R343
C327
C210
L8
C63
C65
C60
R326
JW70
Q14
R42
R341
R309
C359
R51
16
17
C42
R40
C64
Q313
C363
R50
R26
R327
Q15
JW82
JW86
Q13
D311
C61
C358
R308
S
Q16
R213
JW21
Q12
C62
R113
JW84
R320
R41
12
22
R212
C206
C106
R24
R304
C58
R337
Q11
IC2
R211
Q302
R111
R36
JW62
C55
11
1
R303
R22
R35
R23
R302
Q307
R34
13
24
R21
C303
JW13
C308
IC301
R301
12
1
JW132
R31
1
7
JW45
X1
D302
Q312
Q301
C302
23
22
JW51
C351
CNP304
C204
C345
C104
8
9
C71
R102
R103
JW37
C203
C103
C335
R203
Q19
D308
Q20
JW11
D8
Q21
C332
C353
IC3
JW99
C69
T301
10
CNP301
C352
X2
4
1
R45
Q306
C77
R48
JW54
C364
1
16
Q10
Q22
R305
JW41
CNP306
R46
1
L12
1
JW89
6
Q303
C76
4
R346
2
R307
1
JW67
C68
R47
CNP303
JW125
1-674-297-
11
S302
(MD
PLAY)
HRP301
1
3
S301
RECORD/PLAYBACK
M301
(MD
POWER)
HEAD
CD BOARD
(
CAPSTAN/
)
CONTROL BOARD
M
CNP704
REEL
CNP805
R342
D301
C304
C223
R334
R330
R306
C329
R221
C118
C305
R121
C212
C216
R335
R215
C123
C334
R350
JW130
C124
R349
R209
JW131
C213
JW69
R109
C205
R351
C339
C113
JW72
JW17
JW9
C315
C111
R115
JW68
R204
JW104
C116
JW98
C341
C316
JW85
JW78
R201
C311
JW46
R214
C125
IC302
C112
JW88
JW105
C201
JW61
L202
JW64
JW14
JW20
C202
R202
JW63
C317
R205
C207
CNP302
R114
C330
C346
R107
JW96
C331
D310
JW100
R339
C301
C322
C107
R105
R319
C102
R333
C101
R112
C314
R313
C319
R101
JW60
C310
R323
JW76
R314
JW35
JW101
R104
R321
C105
D304
C309
JW34
R336
R311
JW73
JW47
R318
JW95
C356
L302
JW108
JW97
JW58
JW36
R338
C337
JW49
C328
JW94
JW65
JW31
JW43
JW30
R38
JW102
JW120
C17
JW16
C325
C13
JW90
C10
JW5
JW42
JW15
C12
C32
R8
JW23
C46
JW66
JW48
C39
JW40
JW112
JW93
JW24
R37
JW10
C31
C324
C38
JW118
JW28
JW124
JW79
R25
JW53
JW29
JW114
C37
JW106
C29
JW38
JW33
C8
JW109
R20
JW44
C30
R27
C53
L13
C36
JW39
C9
C54
JW6
JW121
C24
JW8
C35
R18
L1
C2
R52
R17
R19
C70
C52
C4
C6
C56
R16
JW7
JW122
L2
R11
C57
C59
R32
C81
JW117
L10
R30
JW116
C51
R39
JW115
C72
R15
JW111
R29
JW80
C73
C23
R28
C74
C50
C19
C49
C75
C48
C3
L6

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HEADPHONE

BOARD

CNP308 5 1 L101 L301 R218 R118 L201
CNP308
5
1
L101
L301
R218
R118
L201

1-674-

299-

J301

PHONES

11

(Page 35)

POWER BOARD

CNP901

4

REC SW BOARD

SW301 (REC/PB) REC PB -1 -2 JW4 CNP311 4 1
SW301
(REC/PB)
REC
PB
-1
-2
JW4
CNP311
4
1

1-674-298-

11

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

– 29 –

– 30 –

6-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION (1/2) — • Refer to page 38 for IC Block Diagrams.

– 31 –

INV

PMC-R30L

(Page 33)

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

– 32 –

PMC-R30L

6-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — MAIN SECTION (2/2) — • Refer to page 39 for IC Block Diagrams.

(Page

32)

(Page

27)

– 33 –

2SB1015Y

(Page 35)

– 34 –

L102 1.1µH

L202 1.1µH

(Page 24)

PMC-R30L

6-12. PRINTED WIRING BOARD — POWER SUPPLY SECTION — • Refer to page 16 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 234567 POWER BOARD A T901 POWER TRANSFORMER JW901 B C D903 D904 D905 CNP902
1
234567
POWER BOARD
A
T901
POWER TRANSFORMER
JW901
B
C
D903
D904
D905
CNP902
D
C906
F901
CNP901
1
3
E
1-674-304-
11
04
AC IN
4
D902
C902
C905
D901
C901
C903
R901
C904
F902

MAIN BOARD

CNP305

(Page 29)

6-13. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — POWER SUPPLY SECTION —

(Page 34)
(Page 34)

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

– 35 –

• IC Block Diagrams

IC701 CXA1992BR

39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 VEE RF
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28 27
VEE
RF SUMMING AMP
PD2 IV
PD1 IV
AMP
AMP
26
SENS2
IIL
FE BIAS 40
25
SENS1
VCC
APC
TTL
F
41
24
C OUT
F IV AMP
VEE
LASER POWER CONTROL
E
42
VCC
FE AMP
VCC
E IV AMP
VCC
EI 43
23
XRST
VEE
22
DATA
TGFL
VEE
VEE
VEE
TTL
VEE 44
DFCT
VEE
21
XLT
MIRR
TRK GAIN
IIL
TEO 45
WINDOW COMP
IIL
20
CLK
FO BIAS
E-F BALANCE
WINDOW
WINDOW COMP
TTL
LPF1 46
COMP
19
LOCK
VCC
FOK
TEI 47
VCC
18
VCC
ATSC 48
ATSC
ISET
17
ISET
WINDOW
FOH
COMP
FOL
TGH
TGL
TZC 49
BALH
TZC COMP
IIL DATA REGISTER
INPUT SHIFT REGISTER
SENS SELECTOR
OUTPUT DECODER
BALL
ATSC
VCC
TZC
TDFCT 50
FZC
DFCTO
IFB1–6
FS1–4
TG1–2
TM1–7
PS1–4
DFCT
BAL1–4
TM1
TOG1–4
VCC
VCC
VC 51
TRACKING
PHASE COMPENSATION
TM6
VCC
TM4
TG1
16
SL O
VEE
FZC 52
15
SL M
VCC
TM7
FOCUS
FS1
PHASE COMPENSATION
DFCT
FZC COMP
FS2
VEE
VEE
CHARGE
TG2
UP
FS4
FSET
VEE
14
SL P
TM2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
TOG1
TOG2
BAL1
TOG3
BAL2
TOG4
BAL3
BAL4
PD2
FEO
FEI
PD1
IFB1
IFB2
FDFCT
PD0
IFB3
IFB4
IFB5
IFB6
LD
FGD
FLB
RFTC
LDON
FE O
RF M
LPCL
LEVEL 9
FE M
LPC
RF O
TGFL
SRCH
RF I
CP
CB
MIRR
TGU
DFCT1
CC1
TG2
FSET
CC1
TA M
CC2
TM3
FOK
TA O
TM5

– 36 –

VDD

SYSM

AVSS

AVDD

AOUT1

AIN1

LOUT1

AVSS

XVDD

XTAI

XTAO

XVSS

AVSS

LOUT2

AIN2

AOUT2

AVDD

AVSS

XRST

VDD

IC703 CXD2589Q

60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46
60
59 58 57
56
55
54 53 52 51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
61
62
SERIAL-IN
PWM
INTERFACE
40
LRCKI
39
LRCK
63
OVER SAMPLING
38
ASYO
DIGITAL FILTER
ASYI
37
EFM
ASYMMETRY
DEMODULATOR
CORRECTOR
64
BIAS
36
RF
35
3rd-ORDER
NOISE SHAPER
34
AVDD
65
66
67
CLTV
33
68
ERROR
16k
69
CORRECTOR
RAM
32
AVSS
70
OSC
SUB CODE
PROCESSOR