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HCD-DX70

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver 1.0 2001.02

HCD-DX70 is the tuner, deck, CD and amplifier section in MHC-DX70.

is the tuner, deck, CD and amplifier section in MHC-DX70. E Model   Model Name Using

E Model

 

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism

NEW

CD

CD Mechanism Type

CDM58E-30BD60

SECTION

Base Unit Type

BU-30BD60

Optical Pick-up Type

A-MAX.3

TAPE DECK

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism

NEW

SECTION

Tape Transport Mechanism Type

TCM-230AWR41/MWR41

Tape Transport Mechanism Type TCM-230AWR41/MWR41 9-929-580-11 Sony Corporation 2001B0900-1 Audio

9-929-580-11

Sony Corporation

2001B0900-1

Audio Entertainment Group

© 2001.2

General Engineering Dept.

SPECIFICATIONS

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HCD-DX70

HCD-DX70 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL ·········································································· 4

2. DISASSEMBLY

2-1.

Case (Top) ·········································································· 5

2-2.

Loading Panel ····································································· 6

2-3.

Front Panel Section ···························································· 6

2-4.

Tape Mechanism Deck ······················································· 7

2-5.

CD SW Board, Panel Board, Pad Switch Board ················ 7

2-6.

Main Trans Board ······························································· 8

2-7.

Main Board, Power Board ·················································· 8

2-8.

SW Board, Head (A) Board, Head (B) Board ···················· 9

2-9.

Base Unit ············································································ 9

2-10. Driver Board, Motor Board, CD Sensor Board and Video Board ······································································ 10

3. TEST MODE ···································································· 11

4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ····························· 15

5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ······························· 15

6. DIAGRAMS

6-1.

Circuit Board Location ····················································· 21

6-2.

Block Diagrams ································································ 22

6-3.

Schematic Diagram – BD Section – ································· 24

6-4.

Printed Wiring Board – BD Section – ······························ 25

6-5.

Printed Wiring Board – Main Section – ··························· 26

6-6.

Schematic Diagram – Main (1/4) Section – ····················· 27

6-7.

Schematic Diagram – Main (2/4) Section – ····················· 28

6-8.

Schematic Diagram – Main (3/4) Section – ····················· 29

6-9.

Schematic Diagram – Main (4/4) Section – ····················· 30

6-10. Schematic Diagram – Video SW Section – ······················ 31 6-11. Printed Wiring Board – Video SW Section – ··················· 31 6-12. Printed Wiring Board – Power AMP Section – ················ 32 6-13. Schematic Diagram – Power AMP Section – ··················· 33 6-14. Printed Wiring Board – Panel Section – ··························· 34 6-15. Schematic Diagram – Panel Section – ····························· 35 6-16. Printed Wiring Boards – Switch Section – ······················· 36 6-17. Schematic Diagram – Switch Section – ··························· 37 6-18. Printed Wiring Boards – Leaf SW Section – ···················· 38 6-19. Schematic Diagram – Leaf SW Section – ························ 39 6-20. Printed Wiring Boards – Driver Section – ························ 40 6-21. Schematic Diagrams – Driver Section – ·························· 41 6-22. Printed Wiring Board – Trans Section – ··························· 42 6-23. Schematic Diagram – Trans Section – ····························· 43 6-24. IC Pin Functions ······························································· 44 6-25. IC Block Diagrams ··························································· 48

7. EXPLODED VIEWS

7-1.

Main Section····································································· 51

7-2.

Front Panel Section ·························································· 52

7-3.

Chassis Section ································································· 53

7-4.

Tape Mechanism Section-1 (TCM-230MWR41) ············· 54

7-5.

Tape Mechanism Section-2 (TCM-230AWR41) ·············· 55

7-6.

CD Mechanism Deck Section (CDM58E-30BD60) ········ 56

7-7.

Base Unit Section (BU-30BD60) ····································· 57

8.

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ······································· 58

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

The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic break-down because of the potential difference generated by the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down 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, observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.

Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.

of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1. This appliance is classified as a CLASS

This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear exterior.

CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Notes on chip component replacement

• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.

• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat.

Flexible Circuit Board Repairing

• Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270˚C during repairing.

• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times).

• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering.

MODEL IDENTIFICATION

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MODEL

PARTS No.

E, E51, AR, SP models

4-231-580-1s

MX model

4-231-580-3s

Abbreviation

AR

: Argentina model

SP

: Singapore model

MX

: Mexican model

E51

: Chiri and Peru model

HCD-DX70

Front Panel

SECTION 1

GENERAL

1

2

3

4

56

HCD-DX70 Front Panel SECTION 1 GENERAL 1 2 3 4 56 qh qg qf qd 7

qh

HCD-DX70 Front Panel SECTION 1 GENERAL 1 2 3 4 56 qh qg qf qd 7

qg

qf

qd

7 9
7
9

8

q;

qa

qs

qj qk ql w; wa ws ra wd wf el r; wg ej ek eheg
qj qk ql w; wa
ws
ra
wd
wf
el r;
wg
ej ek
eheg
ed es
e;
wk
wh
ef
ea wl wj

Location of Parts and Controls

1

@/1 (POWER) button and indicator

ws

2

DISC 1 button and indicator

wd

3

DISC 2 button and indicator

wf

4

DISC 3 button and indicator

wg

5

DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE button

wh

6

CD (OPEN) button

wj

7

CD button and indicator

wk

8

TUNER/BAND button and indicator

wl

9

TAPE A/B button and indicator

e;

q;

MD (VIDEO) button and indicator

ea

qa

VOLUME knob

es

qs

PHONES jack

ed

qd

MIC jack

ef

qf

MIC LEVEL knob

eg

qg

GAME INPUT (VIDEO, AUDIO L/R) jack

eh

qh

GAME button and indicator

ej

qj

DISPLAY button

ek

qk

SPECTRUM button

el

ql

EDIT (DIRECTION) button

r;

w;

REPEAT (FM MODE/DOLBY NR) button

ra

wa

PLAY MODE (TUNER MEMORY) button

NR) button ra wa PLAY MODE (TUNER MEMORY) button Remote sensor MOVIE EQ button ENTER button

Remote sensor

MOVIE EQ button ENTER button and indicator P FILE button M/+ button REC PAUSE/START button and indicator > button CD SYNC HI-DUB button X button SURROUND button bB button x button GROOVE button . button m/– button b/v/B/V button GAME EQ button KARAOKE PON button EFFECT ON/OFF button MUSIC EQ button

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

• The equipment can be removed using the following procedure.

HCD-DX70

Set Case (Top) Loading Panel Front Panel Section Tape Mechanism Deck Head (A) Board, Head
Set
Case (Top)
Loading Panel
Front Panel Section
Tape Mechanism Deck
Head (A) Board, Head (B) Board And SW Board
CD SW Board, Panel Board And PAD Switch Board
Main Trans Board
Main Board And Power Board
Base Unit
Driver Board, Motor Board, CD Sensor Board And Video Board
Note : Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
2-1. CASE (TOP)
qs
qdcase (top)
qatwo screws (+BVTP 3 × 12)
two claws
6two screws (case 3 TP2)
8two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 10)
two claws
9
5side panel (R)
4
0side panel (L)
7 screw (case 3 TP2)
3two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 10)
1two screws (case 3 TP2)
2 screw (case 3 TP2)

HCD-DX70

2-2. LOADING PANEL 4 Pull-out the disc tray. CD mechanism deck (CDM58) 1 Turn the
2-2. LOADING PANEL
4 Pull-out the disc tray.
CD mechanism deck (CDM58)
1 Turn the pulley to the direction of arrow.
Front panel side
pulley
3
2 Pull-out the disc tray.

2-3. FRONT PANEL SECTION

qdscrew (+BVTP 3 × 10)

4connector qgCD mechanism deck (CDM58) (CN607) 0connector (CN781) qf 1flat type wire (CN304) 5screw (+BVTP
4connector
qgCD mechanism deck (CDM58)
(CN607)
0connector
(CN781)
qf
1flat type wire (CN304)
5screw
(+BVTP 3 × 10)
lead wire
qjscrew
(+BVTP 3 × 10)
8
connector
2connector (CN1)
(CN601)
lead wire
3connector (CN2)
9front panel section

7three screws (+BVTT 3 × 8)

6screw

(+BVTP 3 × 10)

qaflat type wire

(CN201)

qsconnector

(CN202)

qhscrew (+BVTP 3 × 10)

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2-4. TAPE MECHANISM DECK

HCD-DX70 2-4. TAPE MECHANISM DECK 1 five screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8) 2 Tape mechanism deck

1five screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

2Tape mechanism deck

2-5. CD SW BOARD, PANEL BOARD, PAD SWITCH BOARD

3CD SW board 1four screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8) 2four claws qsclaw 8knob vol 6two
3CD SW board
1four screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
2four claws
qsclaw
8knob vol
6two claws
4six screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
7PANEL board
9nut
5three screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
0three screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
qdPAD SWITCH board
qafive screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

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2-6. MAIN TRANS BOARD

9panel, back 4connector (CN403) 5connector (CN973) 1screw (+BVTP 3 × 10) qatwo screws (+BVTT 4
9panel, back
4connector (CN403)
5connector (CN973)
1screw
(+BVTP 3 × 10)
qatwo screws
(+BVTT 4 × 8)
2SENSOR board
3connector (CN891)

qdTRANS board

8six screws (+BVTP 3 × 10)

6connector (CN977)

0two screws (+BVTT 4 × 8) qstrans

7three screws (+BVTP 3 × 10)

2-7. MAIN BOARD, POWER BOARD

4three screws (+BVTP 3 × 10) 7heat sink 5POWER board connector(CN502) connector (CN503)
4three screws (+BVTP 3 × 10)
7heat sink
5POWER board
connector(CN502)
connector
(CN503)

6two screws (+BVTT 3 × 8)

3two screws (+BVTP 3 × 16)

2MAIN board

1two screws (+BVTP 3 × 10)

2-8. SW BOARD, HEAD (A) BOARD, HEAD (B) BOARD

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1five claws 2SW board 3Remove the four solderings. 5HEAD (A) board 6HEAD (B) board 4screw
1five claws
2SW board
3Remove the four solderings.
5HEAD (A) board
6HEAD (B) board
4screw (+PTT 2 × 4),
ground point
4screw (+PTT 2 × 4),
ground point

2-9. BASE UNIT

5 8two insulators (BU-30)
5
8two insulators
(BU-30)

4two screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

qabase unit

2screw (DIA. 12), floating

0two insulators (BU-30)

9two springs (insulator), coil

1flat type wire (CN101)

3two screws (+PTPWH M2.6), floating

7two springs (insulator), coil

6two stoppers (BU)

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2-10. DRIVER BOARD, MOTOR BOARD, CD SENSOR BOARD AND VIDEO BOARD

8screw (+PTPWH 2.6 × 8) 3two screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8) 5MOTOR board 6flat type
8screw (+PTPWH 2.6 × 8)
3two screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
5MOTOR board
6flat type wire (CN721)
0screw (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
7connector(CN722)
9tray
2DRIVER board
qaCD SENSOR board
1screw (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

4Remove the two solderings of motor.

SECTION 3

TEST MODE

HCD-DX70

[Cold Reset]

• The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the RAM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning the set to the customer. Procedure:

1. Press three buttons

2. The fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank instantaneously, and the set is reset.

x

,

ENTER , and ?/1 simultaneously.

[Hot Reset]

• This mode resets the set with the preset data kept stored in the memory. The hot reset mode functions same as if the power cord is plugged in and out. Procedure:

1. Press three buttons

x

,

ENTER , and

DISPLAY

simultaneously.

2. The fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank instantaneously, and the set is reset.

[Tuner Step Change]

• A step of AM channels can be changed over between 9 kHz and 10 kHz. Procedure:

1. Press

TUNER/BAND button

2. Select the function “TUNER”, and press to select the BAND “AM”.

?/1

button to turn the set ON.

7. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays “K0 V0”. Each time a button is pressed, “KEY” value increases. However, once a button is pressed, it is no longer taken into account.

VOLUME if rotating in

“VOL” value increases like 1, 2, 3

if rotating

knob in “+” direction, or it decreases like 0, 9, 8 “–” direction.

Also when DISC 3

tubes, value of VACS appears.

8.

is pressed after lighting of all LEDs and FL

9. To exit from this mode, press three buttons in the same manner as step 1, or disconnect the power cord.

[MC Test Mode]

• This mode is used to check operations of the respective sections

of Amplifier, Tuner, and Tape.

Procedure:

* To enter MC Test Mode

1.

2. Press the three buttons of

Press the ?/1

button to turn on the set.

x , ENTER

simultaneously.

and DISC 3

3. The messages MUSIC, MOVIE, GAME and P FILE flash on the FL display tube. The input FUNCTION is Changed to VIDEO.

* Check of Amplifier

3. ?/1

Press

button to turn the set OFF.

1. When

f

(CURSOR UP)

button is pressed, GEQ increases to

4.

Press

ENTER

and

?/1

buttons simultaneously, and the display

its maximum and a message “GEQ MAX” appears.

of fluorescent indicator tube changes to “AM 9 k STEP” or “AM 10 k STEP”, and thus the channel step is changed over.

[Function Change Mode]

• Select either VIDEO or MD of the external FUNCTION input. Procedure:

1. Turn on the power.

2.

Hold down MD (VIDEO) button then press ?/1 button , and

release

immediately. The another function of the previous function is selected , the input level is also changed and displayed “ MD ” or “VIDEO”.

button first in order not to switch off the set

?/1

[GC Test Mode]

• This mode is used to check the software version, FL tube, LED, keyboard and VACS. Procedure:

1.

2. LEDs and fluorescent indicator tube are all turned on.

3. When you want to enter the software version display mode,

press DISC 1 . The model number and destination are displayed.

Each time

from MC version, GC version, CD version, CDDM version, CDMA version, CDMB, version BDA version, BDB version, ST version, TA version, TM version and TC version in this order, and returns to the model number and destination display.

When DISC 3

is pressed while the version numbers are being

displayed except model number and destination, year, month

is

pressed again, the display returns to the software version display.

When

is pressed while year, month and day of the

software creation are being displayed, the year, month and day

5.

4.

Press three buttons x , ENTER , and DISC 2 simultaneously.

DISC 1

is pressed, the display changes starting

and day of the software creation appear.

DISC 1

When

DISC 3

6.

of creation of the software versions are displayed in the same order of version display.

Press DISC 2

button, and the key check mode is activated.

2.

When F (CURSOR DOWN)

to its minimum and a message “GEQ MIN” appears.

button

is pressed, GEQ is set to flat and a message “GEQ FLAT” appears.

When the VOLUME

slightly, the sound volume increases to its maximum and a message “VOLUME MAX” appears for two seconds, then the display returns to the original display.

When the VOLUME

even slightly, the sound volume decreases to its minimum and a

control knob is turned counter-clockwise

control knob is turned clockwise even

button is pressed, GEQ decreases

3. When

4.

5.

g (CURSOR LEFT)

or

G (CURSOR RIGHT)

message “VOLUME MIN” appears for two seconds, then the display returns to the original display.

* Check of clock frequency

1. To check the frequency of clock used to run the time in the unit, the clock output is available at pin 39 (IC 501, MASTER CONTROL) only during MC test mode.

2. The frequency is 32.768 kHz or so.

* Tuner function

1. In the test mode, the default-preset channel is called even when the TUNER is selected and an attempt is made to call the preset channel that has been stored in memory. (It means that the memory is cleared.)

2. The minimum, center and maximum frequency of each band is set then.

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* Tape function

1. When a tape is inserted in Deck B and recording is started, the input source function selects VIDEO automatically.

button is pressed during Rec in

When

CD SYNC/HI-DUB

function, ALC is turned on.

[CD Ship Mode (Memory Clear) ]

• This mode moves the pickup to the position durable to vibra- tion. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after

repair.

Procedure:

2. When

x

button is pressed to stop recording, the Tape (Deck)

1.

Press

1/u

button to turn the set ON.

 

B

is selected and tape is rewound, tape is rewound using

m

2.

Press three buttons

x

,

ENTER

and

GAME

simultaneously.

button, tape is stops at around the record-starting position and

3.

After the "STANDBY" display blinks six times, a message

3.

playback of the recorded portion of the tape is started. If PAUSE

is inserted even once during recording, tape is rewound to the

position around the PAUSE position and is played back.

When CD SYNC / HI-DUB

button is pressed during playback

of Deck B, either normal speed or high speed can be selected

by this button.

* AMS Test Mode

“LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the

CD ship mode is set.

[CD Ship Mode (No Memory Clear) ]

• This mode moves the pickup to the position durable to vibra- tion. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after repair. Procedure:

1. Set TAPE function

1/u

1. button to turn the set ON.

Press

2. Select the desired loop by pressing the

PLAY MODE

button.

2. button and

Press

CD

1/u

button simultaneously.

Insert a test tape AMS-110A or AMS-120 to Deck A.

Press the SPECTRUM

3.

4. After a tape is rewound first, the FF AMS is checked, and the

button to enter the AMS test mode.

mechanism is shut off after detecting the AMS signal twice.

5. Then the REW AMS is checked and the mechanism is shut off after detecting the AMS signal twice.

6. When the check is complete, a message of either OK or NG appears.

* To return to normal mode again.

1. When you want to exit this mode, press the

2. The cold reset is enforced at the same time.

?/1 button.

[VACS ON/OFF Mode]

• This mode is used to switch ON and OFF the VACS (Variable Attenuation Control System).

Procedure:

Press the ENTER and SPECTRUM

message “VACS OFF” or “VACS ON” appears.

buttons simultaneously. The

[CD Service Mode]

• This mode can run the CD sled motor freely. Use this mode, for instance, when cleaning the pickup. Procedure:

1. Press

2. Select the function “CD”.

3. Press three buttons

x , ENTER , and OPEN/CLOSE simul-

?/1

button to turn the set ON.

taneously.

4. The CD service mode is selected.

5. With the CD in stop status, press

M + button to move the pickup

to outside track, or press

m

button to inside track.

6. To exit from this mode, perform as follows:

1)

Move the pickup to the most inside track.

2)

Press

?/1

button to turn the set OFF.

Note:

Always move the pickup to most inside track when exiting from this mode. Otherwise, a disc will not be unloaded.

Do not run the sled motor excessively, otherwise the gear can be chipped.

3. After the "STANDBY" display blinks six times, a message

“LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the

CD ship mode is set.

HCD-DX70

[Aging Mode]

This mode can be used for operation check of CD section and tape deck section.

• If an error occurred:

The aging operation stops and display status.

• If no error occurs:

The aging operation continues repeatedly.

1. Operating method of Aging Mode

Turn on the main power and select “CD” of the function.

1)

2)

3)

Set a disc in DISC1 tray. Select ALL DISC CONTINUE, and REPEAT OFF. Load the tapes recording use into the decks A and B respectively.

Press three buttons

x

,

ENTER

,

and

DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE

simultaneously.

4)

5)

Aging operations of CD and tape are started at the same time. To exit the aging mode, perform [MC Cold Reset].

3.

1)

• No error occurs

Aging Mode in CD section Display state

Display

AGING[*][*][*][*]

Note:

[*][*][*][*] :

Number of aging operations

Error display

E

** s

## $$

%%

 

1234 5

1 **

The error No. 00 indicates the newest error. As the error No. increases, it means the older error.

When you want to retrieve the error history, press the

PLAY MODE

button in the case of mechanism error.

Or press the

REPEAT

button in the case of NO DISC error.

2 s

M: Mechanism error

 

D: No disc error

3 ##

Don’t care

 

01: FOCUS ERROR 02: GFS ERROR 03: SETUP ERROR

4 $$

High order digits only

 

01: NO DISC judgment without chucking retry 02: NO DISC judgment after chucking retry

D:

Stopped during closing due to problems other than mechanism. Stopped during opening due to problems other than mechanism. Stopped during chucking due to problems other than mechanism. Stopped during EX-opening due to problems other than mechanism.

E:

 

C:

F:

5 %%

Emergency related errors (High order digits only)

Status at the time of NO DISC judgment (High order digits only)

1:

Stopped during chuck-up Stopped during chuck-down Time out by EX-OPEN Time out by EX-CLOSE

2:

1:

STOP SETUP TOC READ ACCESS PLAY BACK PAUSE MANUAL SEARCH (PLAY) MANUAL SEARCH (PAUSE)

3:

2:

5:

3:

 

4:

5:

6:

7:

8:

• When the buttons

x

,

ENTER

and

DISC 1

are pressed simultaneously, number of time of the mechanism error and the NO DISC error

can be checked. Display: EMC**EDC**

**:

Number of times of error (Maximum three times)

EMC: Mechanism error EDC: NO DISC error

• When aging operation is complete, be sure to perform the MC Cold Reset to reset the error history.

HCD-DX70

2) Operation during aging mode In the aging mode, the program is executed in the following sequence.

(1)

The disc tray opens and closes.

(2)

The mechanism accesses DISC 2 and makes an attempt to

(3)

read TOC. However, since there are no discs, a message “CD2 NO DISC” appears. The mechanism accesses DISC 3 and a message “CD3 NO

(4)

DISC” appears. The disc tray turns to select a disc1.

(5)

A disc is chucked.

(6)

TOC of disc is read.

(7)

The pickup accesses to the track 1, and playing 2 seconds.

(8)

The pickup accesses to the last track, and playing 2 seconds.

(9)

Every time when an aging operation of step 1 to step 8 is complete, the display “AGING[*][*][*][*]” value increases as the number of aging operations is counted up.

(10) Returns to step 1.

3.

Aging Mode in Tape Deck section

1)

Display state

No error occurs Display action now

Error occurred Display action last time

NO.

Display action

Action contents

 

Final timing

1

TAPE A AG-1

Rewind the TAPE A, B

The top of tape

2

TAPE A AG-2

FWD play the TAPE A

2

minutes playing

3

TAPE A AG-3

F.F. the TAPE A

20

second FF or the end

of tape

4

TAPE A AG-4

REV play the TAPE A

2

minutes playing

5

TAPE A AG-5

Rewind the TAPE A

The top of tape

6

TAPE B AG-2

FWD play the TAPE B

2

minutes playing

7

TAPE B AG-3

F.F. the TAPE B

20

second FF or the end

of tape

8

TAPE B AG-4

REV play the TAPE B

2

minutes playing

9

TAPE B AG-5

Rewind the TAPE B

The top of tape

2) Operation during aging mode In the aging mode, the program is executed in the following sequence. (1) Rewind is executed up to the top of tape A and B. (2) A tape on FWD side is played for 2 minutes. (3) FF is executed up to either made for 20 second or the end of tape. (4) A tape is reversed, and the tape on REV side is played for 2 minutes. (5) Rewind is executed up to the top of tape. (6) Returns to step 2, and repeat steps from 2 to 5.

[Function Change Mode] * elect either VIDEO or MD of the external FUNCTION input.

Procedure:

1. Turn on the power.

2. Press the two buttons

ENTER and ?/1
ENTER
and
?/1

at the same time.

The main power is turned on and the other function of the

previous function is selected and displayed. “MD” or “VIDEO”.

SECTION 4 MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS

Precaution

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

record/playback heads

pinch rollers

erase head

rubber belts

capstan

idlers

2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagnetizer.

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

   

3.06

N m to 6.96 N m

FWD

CQ-102C

31

to 71 g cm

(0.43 0.98 oz inch)

   

0.19

N m to 0.58 N m

FWD

CQ-102C

2

to 6 g cm

back tension

(0.02 0.08 oz inch)

   

3.06

N m to 6.96 N m

REV

CQ-102RC

31

to 71 g cm

(0.43 0.98 oz inch)

   

0.19

N m to 0.58 N m

REV

CQ-102RC

2

to 6 g cm

back tension

(0.02 0.08 oz inch)

FF/REW

CQ-201B

6.96 N m to 14.02 N m 71 to 143 g cm (0.98 1.99 oz inch)

     

9.80

N m

FWD tension

CQ-403A

100

g or more

 

(3.53 oz or more)

     

9.80

N m

REV tension

CQ-403R

100

g or more

 

(3.53 oz or more)

HCD-DX70

SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

DECK SECTION

0 dB=0.775 V

1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagnetizer.

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

3. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the parts adjust.

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

5. The adjustments should be performed in the order given in this service manual. (As a general rule, playback circuit adjustment should be completed before performing recording circuit adjustment.)

6. The adjustments should be performed for both L-CH and R- CH.

7. Switches and controls should be set as follows unless otherwise

specified.

• Test Tape

Tape

Signal

Used for

P-4-A100

10 kHz, –10 dB

Azimuth Adjustment

WS-48B

3 kHz, 0 dB

Tape Speed Adjustment

P-4-L300

315 Hz, 0 dB

Level Adjustment

Record/Playback Head Azimuth Adjustment

DECK A

DECK B

Note: Perform this adjustments for both decks

Procedure:

1. Mode: Playback

test tape main board P-4-A100 CN301 (10 kHz, –10 dB) Pin 3 (L-CH) Pin 1
test tape
main board
P-4-A100
CN301
(10 kHz, –10 dB)
Pin 3 (L-CH)
Pin 1 (R-CH)
level meter
set
+
main board

CN301

Pin 2 (GND)

HCD-DX70

DECK B

2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw so that outputs match within 1dB of peak.

within L-CH 1dB peak Output level R-CH peak Screw position
within
L-CH
1dB
peak
Output
level
R-CH
peak
Screw
position

L-CH

peak

R-CH

peak

within

1dB

3. Mode: Playback

test tape

P-4-A100

Tape Speed Adjustment

Note: Start the Tape Speed adjustment as below after setting to the test mode. In the test mode, the tape speed is high during pressing the

CD SYNC HI-DUB Procedure:

1. Turn the power switch on.

button.

2. Press the x button, simultaneously.
2. Press the
x
button,
simultaneously.

ENTER

button and

DISC 3

button

(The TEST MODEon the fluorescent indicator tube display while in the test mode.)

To exit from the test mode, press the Mode: Playback

?/1 button.

frequency counter

+ –
+

: L-CH)

: R-CH)

Screw

test tape

position

WS-48B

(3 kHz, 0 dB)

set
set

main board CN301 (Pin 3 (Pin 1

oscilloscope (10 kHz, –10 dB) L-CH pin 3 pin 2 MAIN L V H board
oscilloscope
(10 kHz, –10 dB)
L-CH
pin 3
pin 2
MAIN
L V
H
board
CN301
R
set
R-CH

pin 1

waveform of oscilloscope

waveform of oscilloscope in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °   g o
waveform of oscilloscope in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °   g o
waveform of oscilloscope in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °   g o
waveform of oscilloscope in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °   g o
waveform of oscilloscope in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °   g o

in phase 45 °

90 °

135 ° 180 °

 

good

wrong

1. Insert the WS-48B into the deck B.

2. gG

Press the

button on the deck B.

3.

Press the

CD

SYNC HI-DUB

button in playback mode.

Then at HIGH speed mode.

Press the CD SYNC HI-DUB button.

Then back to NORMAL speed mode.

4. Adjust RV1001 on the LEAF SW board do that frequency counter reads 6,000 ± 30 Hz.

5.

6. Adjust RV1002 on the LEAF SW board so that frequency counter reads 3,000 ± 15 Hz.

Adjustment Location: LEAF SW board

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

Playback level Adjustment Procedure:

Mode: Playback

DECK A DECK B
DECK A
DECK B

Adjustment Location: Playback Head (Deck A). Record/Playback/Erase Head (Deck B).

forward reverse
forward
reverse

test tape

P-4-L300J level meter (315 Hz, 0 dB) + set –
P-4-L300J
level meter
(315 Hz, 0 dB)
+
set

main board CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH)

Deck A is RV302 (L-CH), Deck B is RV303 (L-CH) so that adjustment within adjustment level as follows. Adjustment Level:

CN301 PB level: 334.4 to 748.7 mV (7.3 to 0.3 dB) level difference between the channels: within ±0.5 dB Adjustment Location: MAIN board

Sample Volue of Wow and Flutter:

0.3% or less W. RMS

(WS-48B)

         

REC Bias Adjustment

Procedure:

INTRODUCTION When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment, when the tape is rewound after recording, the REC memory modewhich rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set. This REC memory modeis convenient for performing this adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will automatically switch to VIDEO. (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, and rotette of shuttle knob then rewind to recording start position.)

DECK B

Press MD/VIDEO button to select VIDEO. (This step is not necessary if the above test
Press
MD/VIDEO
button to select VIDEO. (This step is not
necessary if the above test mode has already been set.)
Insert a tape into deck B.
After press
REC PAUSE/START
button, press
REC PAUSE/
START
button, then recording start.
Mode: Record
MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
1) 315 Hz
2) 10 kHz
 50 mV (–23.8 dB)
AF OSC
blank tape
CN-123
600 Ω
attenuator
set
Mode: Playback
recorded
level meter
portion
+
set
CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH)
(Pin 1 : R-CH)
Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become
DECK B
Press
MD/VIDEO
button to select VIDEO. (This step is not
necessary if the above test mode has already been set.)
Insert a tape into deck B.
After press
REC PAUSE/START
button, press
REC PAUSE/

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

adjustable level as follows. If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV304 (L-CH) and RV354 (R-CH) on the AUDIO board to repeat steps 4 and 5. Adjustable level: Playback output of 315 Hz to playback output of 10 kHz: ±1.0 dB Adjustment Location: MAIN board

REC Level Adjustment

Procedure:

INTRODUCTION When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment, when the tape is rewound after recording, the REC memory modewhich rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set. This REC memory modeis convenient for performing this adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will automatically switch to VIDEO. (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, and rotate of shuttle knob then rewind to recording start position.)

1.

2.

3.

START

button, then recording start.

4. Mode: Record

HCD-DX70

MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN 315 Hz, 50 mV (–23.8 dB) AF OSC blank tape 600 Ω
MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
315 Hz, 50 mV (–23.8 dB)
AF OSC
blank tape
600 Ω
CS-123
attenuator
set

5. Mode: Playback

recorded level meter portion + set – CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 :
recorded
level meter
portion
+
set
CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH)
(Pin 1 : R-CH)

6. Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become adjustable level as follows. If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV301 (L-CH) and RV351 (R-CH) on the MAIN board to repeat steps 4 and 5.

Adjustable level:

CN301 PB level: 47.2 to 53.0 mV (24.3 to 23.3 dB) Adjustment Location: MAIN board

[MAIN BOARD] (Component Side) REC LEVEL (L) T11 (B) RV11 CN304 CN301 3 1 PB
[MAIN BOARD] (Component Side)
REC LEVEL (L)
T11
(B)
RV11
CN304
CN301
3
1
PB LEVEL (L)
RV301
(A) RV352
RV302
RV353
PB LEVEL (L)
RV303
(B)
CN303
RV351
RV304
RV354
REC LEVEL (R)
(B) REC LEVEL (L)
REC LEVEL (R)
(A)
(A)

[LEAF SW BOARD] (Component Side)

TAPE SPEED

(NORMAL) (HIGH) RV1002 CN1001 RV1001
(NORMAL) (HIGH)
RV1002
CN1001
RV1001

HCD-DX70

FM Tuned Level Adjustment

FM RF SSG 75 Ω coaxial set Carrier frequency : 98 MHz Modulation : AUDIO
FM RF SSG
75 Ω coaxial
set
Carrier frequency : 98 MHz
Modulation
: AUDIO 1 kHz, 75 kHz
deviation (100%)
: 28 dB (at 75 W open)
FM ANTENNA terminal
(TM1)
Output level

Procedure:

1. Supply a 28 dB 98 MHz signal from the ANTENNA terminal.

2. Tune the set to 98 MHz.

3. Adjust RV611 to the point (moment) when the TUNED indicator will change from going off to going on.

Adjustment Location: MAIN board

Null Adjustment

FM RF SSG 75 Ω coaxial set Carrier frequency : 98 MHz Modulation : AUDIO
FM RF SSG
75 Ω coaxial
set
Carrier frequency : 98 MHz
Modulation
: AUDIO 1 kHz, 75 kHz
deviation (100%)
: 60 dB (at 75 W open)
FM ANTENNA terminal
(TM1)
Output level

Procedure:

1. Supply a 60 dB 98 MHz signal from the ANTENNA terminal.

2. Tune the set to 98 MHz.

3. Measure voltage between pin 21 of IC 601. Adjust T11 ubtil the voltage becomes 0 V.

Adjustment Location: MAIN board

Adjustment Location

[MAIN BOARD] Component side NULL T11 RV11 FM TUNED LEVEL CN304 CN301 3 1 RV301
[MAIN BOARD]
Component side
NULL
T11
RV11
FM TUNED LEVEL
CN304
CN301
3
1
RV301
RV352
RV302
RV353
RV303
CN303
RV351
RV304
RV354

CD SECTION

Note :

1. CD Block is basically designed to operate without adjustment. Therefore, check each item in order given.

2. Use LUV-P01 (4-999-032-01) unless otherwise indicated.

3. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10Mimpedance.

4. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent when the signal level is low than specified value with the following checks.

S-Curve Check

BD board

value with the following checks. S-Curve Check BD board TP(FEO) TP(DVC) Oscilloscope Procedure : 1. Connect

TP(FEO)

TP(DVC)

Oscilloscope

checks. S-Curve Check BD board TP(FEO) TP(DVC) Oscilloscope Procedure : 1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (FEO).

Procedure :

1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (FEO).

2. Connect between TP (FEI) and TP (DVC ( 1.65 V) by lead wire.

3. Turn Power switch on.

4. Load a disc (LUV-P01) and actuate the focus search. (In consequence of open and close the disc tray, actuate the focus search)

5. Confirm that the oscilloscope waveform (S-curve) is symmetrical between A and B. And confirm peak to peak level within 2 ±0.5 Vp-p.

and B. And confirm peak to peak level within 2 ±0.5 Vp-p. S-curve waveform symmetry A

S-curve waveform

symmetry A within 2 ±0.5Vp-p B
symmetry
A
within 2 ±0.5Vp-p
B

6. After check, remove the lead wire connected in step 2.

Note :

Try to measure several times to make sure than the ratio of A : B or B : A is more than 10 : 7.

Take sweep time as long as possible and light up the brightness to obtain best waveform.

RF Level Check

BD board

brightness to obtain best waveform. RF Level Check BD board TP(RF) TP(DVC) oscilloscope Procedure : 1.

TP(RF)

TP(DVC)

oscilloscope

RF Level Check BD board TP(RF) TP(DVC) oscilloscope Procedure : 1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (RFDC)

Procedure :

1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (RFDC) and (RFAC).

2. Turned Power switch on.

3. Load a disc (LUV-P01) and playback.

4. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is clear and check RF signal level is correct or not.

HCD-DX70

Note: Clear RF signal waveform means that the shape can be clearly distinguished at the center of the waveform.

Checking Location:

[BD BOARD]

RF signal waveform

VOLT/DIV : 200mV TIME/DIV : 500ns level : 0.65 ± 0.15Vp-p (RFDC) 1.1 ± 0.4Vp-p
VOLT/DIV : 200mV
TIME/DIV : 500ns
level : 0.65 ± 0.15Vp-p (RFDC)
1.1 ± 0.4Vp-p (RFAC)
E-F Balance (1 Track jump) Check
oscilloscope
BD board
TP (TEO)
+
TP (DVC)
Procedure:
1. Connect oscilloscope to TP (TEO) and TP (DVC) board.
2. Turned Power switch on.
3. Load a disc (LUV-P01) and playback the number nine track.
4. Press the
bB
button. (Becomes the 1track jump mode.)
5. Confirm that the level B and A (DC voltage) on the oscilloscope
waveform.
1 track jump waveform
Center of
waveform
B
A (DC voltage)
DVC
Symmetry
level=1.0±0.5Vp-p
6.
Adjust RV101 so that A (DC voltage) becomes 0.
DVC RFAC FEO TEO RFDC
DVC
RFAC
FEO
TEO
RFDC

HCD-DX70

SECTION 6

DIAGRAMS

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)

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.

f

C : panel designation.

: internal component.

Note:

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

A : B+ Line.

B : B– Line.

H : adjustment for repair.

• Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions.

• 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.

F

: FM

f

: AM

E

: PB (DECK A)

d

: PB (DECK B)

G

: REC (DECK B)

J

: CD

c

: digital out

• Abbreviation

AR

: Argentina model

SP

: Singapore model

MX

: Mexican model

E51

: Chiri and Peru model

Note on Printed Wiring Boards:

X : parts extracted from the component side.

• Indication of transistor.

from the component side. • • Indication of transistor. : Pattern from the side which enables

: Pattern from the side which enables seeing.

C These are omitted. Q B E Q B C E These are omitted.
C
These are omitted.
Q
B
E
Q
B C
E
These are omitted.

6-1. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION

SUB TRANS board MAIN TRANS board SENSOR board CD SW board MAIN board PANEL board
SUB TRANS board
MAIN TRANS board
SENSOR board
CD SW board
MAIN board
PANEL board
PAD SWITCH board
POWER board

DRIVER board

MOTOR board
MOTOR board

VIDEO board

CD SENSOR board

BD board

HEAD (A) board

HEAD (B) board

SW board

• WAVEFORMS

BD BOARD

1

IC101 yj (XTAO)

 

3

IC101 ra (TE)

CD

PLAY MODE

CD

PLAY MODE

approx 200mVp-p
approx 200mVp-p

approx 200mVp-p

 

16.9344MHz

6.4Vp-p

2

IC101 ta (RFAC)

 

4

IC101 el (FE)

CD

PLAY MODE

CD

PLAY MODE

4 IC101 el (FE) CD PLAY MODE CD PLAY MODE   approx 170mVp-p   400nsec/div 1.2Vp-p
4 IC101 el (FE) CD PLAY MODE CD PLAY MODE   approx 170mVp-p   400nsec/div 1.2Vp-p
 

approx 170mVp-p

 

400nsec/div

1.2Vp-p

 

PANEL BOARD

1 IC601 is (XOUT) STOP MODE

4MHz 4.8Vp-p
4MHz
4.8Vp-p

21 21

HCD-DX70

– MAIN BOARD – 1 IC501 qa (XC-OUT) STOP MODE 3 T301 4 TAPE B
– MAIN BOARD –
1 IC501 qa (XC-OUT)
STOP MODE
3 T301 4
TAPE B REC MODE
120Vp-p
3.0Vp-p
80.7kHz
32.768kHz
2 IC501 qd (X-OUT)
STOP MODE
3.4Vp-p
16MHz

HCD-DX70

6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS TUNER/CD SECTION

DX7,DX7J MODEL AM/FM IF MPX TM1 FE1 LPF11 Q1 IC11 CF1 CF2 RF IF BUFFER
DX7,DX7J MODEL
AM/FM IF MPX
TM1
FE1
LPF11
Q1
IC11
CF1
CF2
RF IF
BUFFER
L-CH
• RCH is omitted
1
ANT IN
IF OUT
7
1
FM IF
L
OUT 13
LPF
A
AMP
Q11
• Signal Path
FM 75Ω
OSC OUT
8
MAIN
VT
5
R
OUT 14
R-CH
SECTION
: FM
(Page 23)
Q2
G
+B
A+12V
: AM
AM IF IN
4
IF11
PLL
RV11
AM
: CD
IC51
AM MIX OUT
2
10 FM
FM/AM IF 12
9
IF OUT
: DIGITAL OUT
FM
7
11
FM
1 AM OSC 15
XIN
24
OSC FM
X51
VCO STOP
9
12
VCO STOP
4.5MHz
MASTER CONTROL
22
XOUT
IF REQ
8
10
IF REQ MUTE
IC501(1/2)
DO
16
FM OSC
DO
6
DI
DI
20
AOUT
DI
4
CL
19
AIN
CL
5
CE
18
PD
CE
3
10
1
21
AM RF IN
2
8
23
AM OSC
TUNED
6
3
TUNED
11
STEREO
7
2
STEREO
7
9
VCC
4
3
9
6
21
RB4
ST MUTE
DO
23
MC DO
DI
25
MC DI
CL
27
CL
CE
22
CE
OPTICAL PICK-UP
BLOCK
RF AMP
DIGITAL SERVO
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROC.
D/A CONV.
(A,MAX3)
IC201
IC103
IC101
OPTICAL
CD
27
VC
15
51
RFAC
D OUT 60
DIGITAL
DIGITAL OUT
OUT
+5V
6
A
RFDCO 28
43
RFDC
7
B
RFDCI 29
L OUT
8
C
L
OUT1 72
B
IC701
9
D
FE
16
39
FE
MAIN
10
E
TE
18
41
TE
L
OUT2 75
R-CH
SECTION
MTR CNT2 44
9
4
M721
MOTOR
11
F
40
SE
(Page 23)
M
TURN
DRIVE
Q101
MOTOR
MTR CNT1 45
7
2
LD
1
LD
VCC 22
VCC
DATA
5
35
CD DATA
DRIVE
CLOK
7
37
CD CLK
HOLD SW 12
XLAT
6
42
XLT
IC711
SQCK
2
33
SQ CLK
2
PD
TBL ADDRESS
SCLK
9
T SENS 49
SENSOR
SCOR 20
19
SCOR
27
SQSO
32
SSTP
1
SQ DATA
IC102
MOTOR/COIL DRIVE
OPEN SW 46
S701
13
CH1OUTR
CH1RIN
3
32
FFDR
OPEN/CLOSE
CLOSE SW 47
14
CH1OUTF
CH1FIN
2
33
FRDR
S711
XTAI 66
BU UP/DOWN SW 48
BU UP/
X101
DOWN
11
CH2OUTR
CH2RIN
6
30
TFDR
16.9344MHz
XTAO 67
12
CH2OUTF
CH2FIN
5
31
TRDR
18
CH3OUTR
CH3RIN 23
29
SRDR
M102
SLED
M
MOTOR
17
CH3OUTF
CH3FIN 24
28
SFDR
XRST
3
43
XRST
16
CH4OUTR
CH4INSIN 25
26
MDP
M101
SPINDLE
M
MOTOR
15
CH4OUTF
41
HOLD
MUTE 20
22
22
JR9

MAIN SECTION

HCD-DX70

J102 SURROUND SPEAKER R CH INPUT SELECT TONE/VOL CONT IC101 IC102 IC501 TM801 TUNER L-CH
J102
SURROUND
SPEAKER
R
CH
INPUT SELECT
TONE/VOL CONT
IC101
IC102
IC501
TM801
TUNER
L-CH
5
SECTION
40
IN2A
VOL OUT2 24
7
18
10
L
6
POWER
(Page 22)
AMP
Q504,505
Q861
Q821,822
SPEAKER
RY801
Q824,825
CD
R
CH
R
LOUT
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
PROTECT
SECTION
38
IN2C
RELAY
CONT
Q103
12
CONT
Q862
DETECTOR
(Page 22)
DRIVE
Q101,102
Q501, 551
Q823
Q828,829
J101
DBFB
D551
D502
REF
1
OVER LOAD
PROTECT
PROTECT
CONT
L-CH
L
37
DETECTOR
CONT
SWITCH
IN2D
R
CH
J631
MD/VIDEO
Q503,504
(AUDIO)
PHONES
Q503
MUTE
MUTE
+B
Q505,506
R
R-CH
CONT
Q581
DBFB
OVER HEAT
DECK PROC.
SWITCH
DETECTOR
IC301
PB EQ
FL601
DECK-A
AMP
RV302
REC
IC303
43
INVOL OUT2
35
FLOURESCENT
INDICATOR TUBE
48
REC
DOLBY
DISPLAY CONTROL
PB
B
IC601
70
HEAD
A
PB
PB EQ
DOL
PB
F1
F2
R-CH
40
IN2B
39
AMP
P1
6
RV303
PAS
B
IC304
78
HEADPHONE
P47
47
120
46
21
DATA
REC/PB SWITCH
1
Q606-614
DECK-B
22
CLOCK
IC302
IC602
G1
5
LED
DRIVER
1
CDM M+7V
10
12
67
BPF 0
93
SPEANA
G13
BPF
18
72 BPF 5
100
6
Q630-635
2
SWITCH
11
73 ALL BAND
REC/PB
4
R-CH
5
10
HEAD
Q304,305
PLAY1-3
LED
D630-632
4
DRIVER
RV722
EXIST1-3
5
R-CH
3
3
MIC
R CH
VOL
C332,L301
J721
IC722
IC722
BIAS
MIC 1
D751,752
REC
S768-781
36
Q751,752
38
39
TRAP
EQ
RV304
FUCTION
REC/PAUSE LED
52
64 KEY0
LED
KEY
REC
RV301
R-CH
DRIVER
ENTER LED
53
BIAS
REC(L)
S753-767
LEVEL
T301
TA+12V
D604-609
BIAS
FUCTION
TAPE/A/B LED
54
NORM
65 KEY1
KEY
D612-618
OSC
33
BIAS
Q601-605
TUNER A/B LED
55
ERASE
CROM
Q302,303
Q301
SW
32
S601-606
LED
HEAD
MD/VIDEO LED
56
DRIVER
FUCTION
CD/VCD LED
57
17
19
16
18
15
20
22
23
24
25
26
66 KEY2
KEY
GAME IN LED
58
Q141
DC
+6V
A+12V
80
VOL 1A
S751
TC BLOCK
BIAS
D791-793
VOLUME
79
VOL 1B
Q791-793
DISC 1 LED
59
A120/70
D822
LED
DISC 2 LED
74
DRIVER
B120/70
IIC DATA
DISC 3 LED
75
A HALF
60
61
IICCLOCK
B HALF
A
PLAY
XIN
83
X601
77
RESET
B
PLAY
4.0MHz
A SHUT
XOUT
82
B SHUT
X501
X502
32.768kHz
16MHz
90
89
57
56
91
70
69
67
66
68
65
61
60
59
58
53
80
81
10
11
15
13
79
82
83
87
88
30
29
100
Q393,394
A
TRIG
A TRG M+
51
A TRIG
DRIVE
Q694
Q391,392
D794
LED
POWER KEY 74
POWER
B
TRIG
DRIVER
B TRG M+
52
B TRIG
DRIVE
Q395
MASTER CONTROL
IC501(2/2)
CAP MOTOR
CD POWER
38
CAP M H/L
54
CAP M H/L
SPEED CONT
Q396,397
CAP MOTOR
D543
F976
T910
EXCEPT MX
CAP M+
55
CAP M CONT
DRIVE
EXCEPT MX
F971
CN304
VH
84
12
F977
-VH
120
JW971
MX
S901 (1/2)
220
VL
-VL
JW974
D541
F974
230-240
IC911
JW973
CD
D+5V
CD
A+5V
3
REG
1
• RCH is omitted
F975
JW993
MX
• Signal Path
IC951
: PB (DECK A)
A+5V
3
REG
1
D901-904
RY971
IC921
: PB (DECK B)
A+12V
CN974
TCA+12V
3
REG
1
MCA+12V
: REC (DECK B)
2 AC
STA+12V
D906-909
VP
1 IN
IC961
: FM
TCMM+9V
3
REG
1
MX
D920-922
JW954
: CD
CDM M+7V
VF(1)
LED+7V
FAN
Q891,892
120
VF(2)
SUB
FAN
TRANSFORMER
220
DRIVER
T972
Q971
D972-975
IC971
S901 (2/2)
RELAY
DRIVER
+5.6V
230-240
3
1
REG
EXCEPT MX
IC502
Q575
RESET
23
23
B
SHUT
A
SHUT
B
PLAY
A
PLAY
B
HALF
A
HALF
TC RELAY
A120/70
B NORM/CROM/METAL
PB
A/B
PB A/B
EQ
H/N
NORM/HIGH
ALC
ALC ON/OFF
BIAS
BIAS ON/OFF
REC MUTE
RM ON/OFF
NR ON/OFF
NR ON/OFF
R/PB PAS
REC /PB/PASS
TC MUTE
LM ON/OFF
AMS IN
MS OUT
GEQ DATA
GEQ CLK
XC IN
XC
OUT
X IN
X OUT
DBFB ON/OFF
LINE MUTE
STK MUTE
FRONTRELAY
PROTECT
IIC DATA
STBY RELAY
IIC
CLK
RESET
AC
CUT
JW975
JW990

HCD-DX70

6-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM BD SECTION – • See page 21 for Waveforms. See page 49, 50 for IC Block

Diagrams. See page 44 for IC Pin Function.

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IC B/D IC B/D IC B/D
IC B/D
IC B/D
IC B/D

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6-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARD BD SECTION – • See page 21 for Circuit Boards Location.

SECTION – • See page 21 for Circuit Boards Location. 25 25 (Page 26) • Semiconductor

25

25

– • See page 21 for Circuit Boards Location. 25 25 (Page 26) • Semiconductor Location

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Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No.

Location

D101

IC101

IC102

IC103

Q101

Q102

C-3

C-2

A-3

B-1

A-2

C-3

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

HCD-DX70

HCD-DX70

Semiconductor Location

Ref. No.

Location

Ref. No.

Location

D51

A-12

IC502

D-4

D508

C-2

IC911

C-9

D509

D-4

IC921

H-9

D510

D-4

IC951

H-7

D511

C-2

IC961

H-8

D575

E-4

D576

D-4

Q1

C-11

D577

D-4

Q2

A-12

D578

D-4

Q11

C-11

D579

D-4

Q12

C-11

D580

D-4

Q101

D-7

D801

H-12

Q102

D-6

D803

H-12

Q103

I-8

D822

G-11

Q141

D-6

D824

G-11

Q151

C-7

D841

H-12

Q152

C-7

D861

H-9

Q153

I-8

D892

G-13

Q301

I-5

D901

H-10

Q302

I-5

D902

H-10

Q303

H-5

D903

H-10

Q304

H-6

D904

H-10

Q305

H-6

D906

H-11

Q391

D-2

D907

H-11

Q392

D-2

D908

I-10

Q393

D-3

D909

I-11

Q394

D-2

D910

I-7

Q395

E-3

D911

I-7

Q396

E-3

D920

H-7

Q397

D-2

D921

H-7

Q503

D-6

D922

H-8

Q504

F-8

D952

G-7

Q505

F-8

D953

G-7

Q575

E-4

Q821

G-12

IC11

C-12

Q822

G-12

IC51

A-11

Q823

G-12

IC101

E-8

Q824

H-12

IC102

C-6

Q825

H-12

IC104

C-7

Q827

H-12

IC105

E-10

Q828

F-11

IC106

D-9

Q861

H-9

IC201

A-13

Q862

H-11

IC202

A-10

Q863

H-11

IC301

G-5

Q891

G-12

IC302

H-5

Q892

G-13

IC303

F-4

Q911

C-9

IC304

G-4

Q912

C-10

IC501

C-4

6-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN SECTION

See page 21 for

Circuit Boards Location.

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T11 NULL RV11 FM TUNED LEVEL RV301 REC LEVEL (L) (B) RV302 PB LEVEL (L)
T11
NULL
RV11
FM TUNED LEVEL
RV301
REC LEVEL (L)
(B)
RV302
PB LEVEL (L)
(A)
RV303
(Page 38)
PB LEVEL (L)
(B)
RV354
REC LEVEL (R)
(A)
(Page 38)
RV351
REC LEVEL (R)
(B)
RV304
REC LEVEL (L)
(A)

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There are a few cases that the part isnt mounted in model is printed on diagram.

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