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ORDER NO.

DSD0705007CE

DVD Recorder
Model No.

Vol. 1
Colour
(S).......................Silver Type (EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB)
(K).......................Black Type

© 2007 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All


rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

CONTENTS
Page Page
1 Safety Precaution 3 12.3. Main Net (1/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic
1.1. General guidelines 3 Diagram (M) 53
2 Warning 4 12.4. Main Net (2/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Diagram (M) 54
Electrostatic Sensitive (ES) Devices 4 12.5. Main Net (3/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode 5 Diagram (M) 55
2.3. Service caution based on legal restrictions 6 12.6. Main Net (4/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic
3 Service Navigation 7 Diagram (M) 56
3.1. Service Information 7 12.7. AV I/O (1/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (2/4)) Schematic
3.2. Caution for DivX (Except EB) 7 Diagram (AV) 58
4 Specifications 8 12.8. AV I/O (2/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (2/4)) Schematic
5 Location of Controls and Components 10 Diagram (AV) 59
6 Operation Instructions 12 12.9. AV I/O (3/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (2/4)) Schematic
6.1. Taking out the Disc from DVD-Drive Unit when the Disc Diagram (AV) 60
cannot be ejected by OPEN/CLOSE button 12 12.10. AV I/O (4/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (2/4)) Schematic
7 Service Mode 15 Diagram (AV) 61
7.1. Self-Diagnosis and Special Mode Setting 15 12.11. Tuner Section (Main P.C.B. (3/4)) Schematic Diagram
8 Service Fixture & Tools 27 (TU) 63
9 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 28 12.12. Timer (1/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (4/4)) Schematic
9.1. Disassembly Flow Chart 28 Diagram (T) 65
9.2. P.C.B. Positions 29 12.13. Timer (2/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (4/4)) Schematic
9.3. Top cover 30 Diagram (T) 66
9.4. Front Panel 30 12.14. Timer (3/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (4/4)) Schematic
9.5. HDD, ATAPI P.C.B. 31 Diagram (T) 67
9.6. RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module 33 12.15. Timer (4/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (4/4)) Schematic
9.7. SD/DV Jack P.C.B. 34 Diagram (T) 68
9.8. Rear Panel 34 12.16. HDMI Schematic Diagram 69
9.9. Power P.C.B. 35 12.17. DV Jack/SD Card Schematic Diagram 70
9.10. HDMI P.C.B. 35 12.18. Front Jack Schematic Diagram 70
9.11. Backend P.C.B. 35 12.19. Front (L) Schematic Diagram 70
9.12. Main P.C.B., Front Jack P.C.B. and Front (L) P.C.B. 36 12.20. ATAPI Schematic Diagram 71
10 Measurements and Adjustments 37 13 Printed Circuit Board 73
10.1. Service Positions 37 13.1. Power P.C.B. 73
10.2. Caution for Replacing Parts 41 13.2. Main P.C.B. 74
10.3. Standard Inspection Specifications after Making Repairs 43 13.3. HDMI P.C.B. 79
11 Block Diagram 45 13.4. Front Jack P.C.B. and Front (L) P.C.B. 80
11.1. Power Supply Block Diagram 45 13.5. DV Jack and SD Card P.C.B. 81
11.2. Analog Video Block Diagram 47 13.6. ATAPI P.C.B. 82
11.3. Analog Audio Block Diagram 48 14 Appendix for Schematic Diagram 83
11.4. Analog Timer Block Diagram 49 14.1. Voltage and Waveform Chart 83
11.5. HDMI Block Diagram 50 15 Parts and Exploded Views 90
12 Schematic Diagram 51 15.1. Exploded Views 90
12.1. Interconnection Schematic Diagram 51 15.2. Replacement Parts List 92
12.2. Power Supply Schematic Diagram 52

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1 Safety Precaution
1.1. General guidelines
1. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
2. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
3. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.1.1. Leakage current cold check


1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two
prongs on the plug.
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between
the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet
part on the equipment such as screwheads, connectors,
control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a
return path to the chassis, the reading should be between
1MW and 5.2MW.
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the
chassis, the reading must be .

1.1.2. Leakage current hot check


(See Figure 1 .)
1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an
isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a 1.5kW, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15µF
capacitors, between each exposed metallic part on the set
and a good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in
Figure 1.
3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more
sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the
voltage at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the
above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts
RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or
equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage
current must not exceed 1/2 milliampere. In case a
measurement is outside of the limits specified, there is a
possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be
repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the
customer.

Figure 1

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatic Sensitive
(ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatic Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistor-sand
semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static (ESD protected)" can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable
conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the
brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient
to damage an ES device).

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2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode

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2.3. Service caution based on legal restrictions


2.3.1. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)
The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this
equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.

The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin
(Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30 degrees C (86°F) more than that
of the normal solder.

Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used


The letter of “PbF” is printed either foil side or components side on the PCB using the lead free solder.
(See right figure)

Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF)
· The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used.
(Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the PCB using the lead free solder.)
· To put lead free solder, it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder.
· Remove the remaining lead free solder on the PCB cleanly for soldering of the new IC.
· Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder, it takes the longer time to melt
the lead free solder.
· Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30
degrees C (662±86°F).
Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.)
· The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route.
RFKZ03D01K-----------(0.3mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ06D01K-----------(0.6mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ10D01K-----------(1.0mm 100g Reel)

Note
* Ingredient: tin (Sn), 96.5%, silver (Ag) 3.0%, Copper (Cu) 0.5%, Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0.1 to 0.3%

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. Service Information

3.2. Caution for DivX (Except EB)

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4 Specifications

Power supply: AC220 – 240V 50Hz Recording time


Power consumption: DMR-EX77: Approx. 35W Approx.
DMR-EX87: Approx. 36W Rec. DVD-RAM DVD-R/ DVD-R DL +R DL Hard Disc
Power consumption in standby Approx. 2W (Power save mode) Mode 4.7GB 9.4GB DVD-RW/ 8.5GB 8.5GB 160GB 250GB
mode: DMR-EX77: Approx. 16W (Quick start mode) (Double +R/+RW/ (EX77) (EX87)
DMR-EX87: Approx. 17W (Quick start mode) side) 4.7GB
Operating temperature: 5 ºC - 40 ºC XP 1h. 2h. 1h. 1h.45m. 1h. 45m. 36h. 55h.
Operating humidity range: 10% - 80%RH (no condensation) SP 2h. 4h. 2h. 3h.35m. 3h. 35m. 70h. 1 11h.
Television system LP 4h. 8h. 4h. 7h.10m. 7h.10m. 138h. 222h.
DMR-EX77EC/EC1, EX87EC/EC1 EP (6h) 6h. 12h. 6h. 10h.45m. - 212h. 333h.
Tuner PAL-BGH, SECAM-L, L’ DVB-T EP (8h) 8h. 16h. 8h. 14h.20m. - 284h. 443h.
system: SECAM-BG
Channel CCIR France France Italy Spain Approximate copying times (Max. speed)
Coverage
On Hard disc 5x speed 12x speed
:
DVD-RAM DVD-R (*1)
VHF: E2–E12, 2-10 5-10 D-H2 5-12
Recording Recorded Required Speed Required Speed
A–H2(Italy)
mode program time time
UHF: 21-69 21-69 21-69 21-69 21-69
XP 1h. 12m. 5x 5m.46s. 10x
CATV: S01-S05 B-Q
SP 1h. 6m. 10x 2m.30s. 24x
(S1-S3) (100.5-299.5MHz)
LP 1h. 3m. 20x 1m.21s. 44x
S1-S20 S21-S41
EP(6h) 1h. 2m. 30x 58s. 62x
(M1-U10) (299.25-467.25MHz)
EP(8h) 1h. 1m30s. 40x 48s. 75x
S21-S41
DMR-EX77EG, EX87EG
Tuner system: PAL-BGH, SECAM-BG DVB-T
Channel Coverage: CCIR Germany 4x speed 4x speed 8x speed
DVD-R DL DVD-RW (*2) +R (*3)
VHF: E2–E12, A–H2(Italy) 5-12 (Dual layer) (*4)
UHF: 21-69 21-69 Required Speed Required Speed Required Speed
CATV: S01-S05 (S1-S3) time time time
S1-S20 (M1-U10) 15m 4x 15m. 4x 8m.20s. 7x
S21-S41 7m30s 8x 7m.30s. 8x 3m.45s. 16x
DMR-EX77EB, EX87EB 3m45s 16x 3m.45s. 16x 1m.53s. 32x
Tuner system: DVB-T 2m30s 24x 2m.30s. 24x - -
Channel Coverage: UK 1m53s 32x 1m.57s. 31x - -
UHF: 21-68
4x speed 4x speed
+R DL +RW
RF Converter output: Not provided (Double layer) (*4)
Video Required Speed Required Speed
Video system: PAL colour signal, 625 lines, 50 fields (EB only) time time
SECAM (only input)/PAL colour signal, 625 lines, 50 15m. 4x 15m. 4x
fields (Except EB) 7m.30s. 8x 7m.30s. 8x
NTSC colour signal, 525 lines, 60 fields 3m.45s. 16x 3m.45s. 16x
Recording system: MPEG2 (Hybrid VBR) - - - -
Video In (PAL/NTSC): AV1/AV2 (21 pin), AV3 (pin jack) 1Vp-p 75 - - - -
termination
S-Video in AV2 (21 pin), AV3 (S terminal) 1Vp-p 75 termination NOTE) The above rated value indicates the fastest time and speed required for
(PAL/NTSC): copying one-hour title from HDD to each disc in the above list supporting
RGB in (PAL): AV2 (21 pin) 0.7Vp-p (PAL) 75 termination High-Speed copying. The amount of time and speed may vary depending on the
Video out AV1/AV2 (21 pin), Video Out (pin jack) 1Vp-p 75 conditions such as the area on where information is written or unique feature on the
(PAL/NTSC): termination disc.
*1: In this unit, copying with 16X Speed DVD-R disc will be performed at the same speed as 12X
S-Video out AV1 (21 pin), S-Video Out (S terminal) 1Vp-p 75
Speed DVD-R takes.
(PAL/NTSC): termination
*2: In this unit, copying with 6X Speed DVD-RW disc will be performed at the same speed as 4X
RGB out AV1 (21 pin) 0.7Vp-p (PAL) 75 termination
Speed DVD-RW disc takes
(PAL/NTSC):
*3: In this unit, copying with 16X Speed +R disc will be performed at the same speed as 8X Speed
Component video Y: 1.0Vp-p 75 termination
+R disc takes.
output PB: 0.7Vp-p 75 termination
*4: In this unit, copying with 8X Speed discs, DVD-R DL and +R DL, will be performed at the same
(NTSC 480p/480i, PR: 0.7Vp-p 75 termination
speed as 4X Speed discs, DVD-R DL and +R DL, take.
PAL 576p/576i)

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Audio Completion method


Recording System: Dolby Digital 2ch, Linear PCM (XP mode) *5: Total number of recognizable file including MP3, JPEG, DivX(except EB) and
other type of files is 4000.
Audio in: AV1/AV2 (21 pin), AV3 (pin jack)
Input level: Standard: 0.5Vrms, Full scale: 2.0Vrms at 1 kHz DVD(DivX)(Except Plays all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) with
Input impedance: More than 10k EB), standard playback of DivX media files.
Audio out: AV1/AV2 (21 pin), Audio Out (pin jack) CD(DivX)(Except Certified to the DivX Home Theater Profile.
Output level: Standard: 0.5 Vrms, Full scale: 2.0 Vrms at 1 kHz EB), GMC (Global Motion Completion) is not supported.
Output impedance: Less than 1k DVD(DivX)(Except Maximum number of folders:
Digital audio out: Optical terminal (PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, EB), 300 Recognizable folders per disc on this unit
MPEG) CD(DivX)(Except (including the root folder)
HDMI Output: 19 pin type A: 1 pc EB) Common Maximum number of DivX files:
Items 200 Recognizable DivX files per disc on this unit
(*5)
Internal HDD capacity DMR-EX77: 160GB DVD(MP3), Format: ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended
DMR-EX87: 250GB CD(MP3) formats), Joliet
DV input: IEEE 1394 Standard, 4 pin: 1 pc Compatible completion rate: 32kbps - 320kbps
SD Card Slot 1pc Compatible sampling rate: 16kHz, 22.05kHz, 24kHz,
32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
Recordable discs
This unit is not compatible with ID3 tags.
DVD-RAM: 2X SPEED (Ver. 2.0),
2-3X SPEED (Ver. 2.1) DVD(JPEG), Format: ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended
2-5X SPEED (Ver. 2.2) CD (JPEG) formats), Joliet
Compatible pixels: between 34×34 and 6144×4096 pixels
DVD-R (SL): 1X SPEED (Ver. 2.0)
Sub Sampling 4:2:2 or 4:2:0
1-4X SPEED (Ver. 2.0)
This unit is not compatible with MOTION JPEG.
1-8X SPEED (Ver. 2.0)
DVD(MP3), Maximum number of folders:
1-16X SPEED (Ver. 2.1)
CD(MP3), 300 Recognizable folders per disc on this unit
DVD-R DL: 2-4X SPEED (Ver. 3.0)
DVD(JPEG), (including the root folder)
2-8X SPEED (Ver. 3.0)
CD(JPEG) Maximum number of MP3 files:
DVD-RW: 1X SPEED (Ver. 1.1) Common 3000 Recognizable MP3 files per disc on this unit (*5)
1-2X SPEED (Ver. 1.1) Items Maximum number of JPEG files:
2-4X SPEED (Ver. 1.2) 3000 Recognizable JPEG files per disc on this unit (*5)
2-6X SPEED (Ver. 1.2) This unit is compatible with multi-session.
+R (SL): 2.4X SPEED (Ver. 1.0) This unit is not compatible with packet writing.
2.4-4X SPEED (Ver. 1.1) SVCD Format : IEC62107
2.4-8X SPEED (Ver. 1.2) This unit is not compatible with “Chaoji VCD” available on
2.4-16X SPEED (Ver. 1.3) the market including CVD, DVCD and SVCD that do not
+R (DL): 2.4X SPEED (Ver. 1.0) conform to IEC62107.
2.4-8X SPEED (Ver. 1.1) HDMI: HDMI Ver.1.3a
+RW: 2.4X SPEED (Ver. 1.1) (This unit supports “HDAVI Control 2” function.)
2.4-4X SPEED (Ver. 1.2) SD Card Slot: SD Memory Card slot: 1 pc
Compatible media: SD Memory Card(*7), SDHC Memory
Optical pick-up System with 1 lens, 2 integration units Card(*8), Multi Media Card
(662 nm wavelength for DVDs, Format: FAT12, FAT16(*9)
780 nm wavelength for CDs) (In case of SD Memory Card/Multi Media Card)
FAT32(*9) (In case of SDHC Memory Card)
LASER specification Class 1 LASER Product (Pickup) Still picture (JPEG)
Wave length: CD 780 nm wave length Image file format: JPEG conforming DCF (Design rule
DVD 662 nm wave length for Camera File system), sub sampling; 4:2:2 or
Laser power: No hazardous radiation is emitted 4:2:0
with the safety protection Compatible pixels: Between 34 × 34 and 6144 × 4096
Quick Start for Recording & 1 Sec. Quick Start for Recording & EPG Display Thawing time: Approx. 1.9 sec (6 M pixels, JPEG)
EPG display (*6) Video (SD-Video) (*10)
(Quick start: ON: EC/EG only) (When connecting to TV using 21-pin Scar, Codec: MPEG 2 (SD-Video Entertainment Video Profile)
(Power save: off: EB only) Component Vide, Video or S- Video terminals) File Format: SD-Video format conforming
*6: From the power on, recording on DVD-RAM
and HDD starts in about 1 second after the REC *7: Includes miniSD cards. (A miniSD adaptor needs to be inserted.)
button is pressed. If the GUIDE button is pressed *8: Class is not supported.
while the unit is off, the Electric Program Guide *9: Long file name is unsupported.
(EPG) displays in less than 1 second. (Quick *10: Video Recording conversion and transfer is possible from card
Start Mode) to HDD or DVD-RAM disc.
Region Code #2 After Video Recording conversion and transfer to HDD or DVD-RAM
Playable discs disc, the playback is possible.
DVD-RAM : DVD Video Recording format Recording System
DVD-R : DVD-Video format, MP3, JPEG, DivX(Except EB) DVD-RAM : DVD Video Recording format
DVD-R DL (Dual layer): : DVD-Video format, MP3, JPEG, DivX(Except EB) DVD-R : DVD-Video format
DVD-RW : DVD-Video format, DVD Video Recording format DVD-R DL (Dual layer): DVD-Video format
+R, +R DL(Double Layer), +RW DVD-RW : DVD-Video format
DVD-VIDEO, DVD-AUDIO(DMR-EX87 only) +R, +R DL(Double Layer), +RW
Dimensions: 430mm(W) × 59mm(H) × 330mm(D)
CD-Audio (CD-DA), Video CD, SVCD
CD-R/CD-RW : CD-DA, Video CD, SVCD, MP3, JPEG, DivX(Except EB) Mass: Approx. 4.2kg

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5 Location of Controls and Components


Followings are the Location of Controls and Components for DMR-EX77EB, DMR-EX87EB as a sample.
For other model, refer to each Operation Instructions.

Main
Main u unit
1 Disc tray 2 3 4 The Unit's display

REC OPEN/CLOSE

Remote control
5 6 7 8 9
Signal Sensor
Opening the front panel
Place your finger on the protruding section below the and REC

press down to flip open the front panel.

1 Standby/on s wit ch ( /I) 5 Channel select button


Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In 6 Stop button
standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power. 7 Play/x1.3 button
2 DV IN terminal (for digital video camcoder) 8 Start recording button
3 SD Card slot 9 Open/close disc tray
4 AV3 input terminals

Inserting, Removing the SD Card


When the card indicator (“SD”) on the unit’s display is flashing, the card is being read from or written to. Do not turn off the unit or remove the card.
Such action may result in malfunction or loss of the card’s contents.
Inserting foreign objects can cause a malfunction.
You can use SD Cards with capacities from 8 MB to 4 GB.

Inserting the card Removing the card

Press on the centre of the 1 Press on the centre of


card until it clicks into If you are using a the card.
place. miniSD card, insert it
2 Pull it straight out.
into the miniSD card
adaptor that comes
with the card. ADAPTER

Insert and remove this


adaptor from the unit.

Insert the card label up with


the cut-off corner on the right.
Automatic drive select function
If you insert an SD Card while the unit is stopped, the “SD Card” screen is displayed. Select an item and press [OK] to switch to the SD drive
If you remove an SD Card, the HDD drive is automatically selected.

The unit’s display


1 2 3 4 5

REC
D

6
PLAY 7

8 9 10

1 Digital broadcast indicator 5 Timer recording indicator


Lights when the unit is receiving digital broadcast or TV Guide data On:
2 Copying indicator When a Timer recording programs is registered
Flashes:
3 Linked timer recordings with external equipment indicator The Timer recording indicator flashes when the unit cannot go to
4 Recording Playback Recording/ Timer recording standby.
indicator indicator Playback indicator 6 SD Card slot indicator
7 Disc indicator
REC REC This indicator lights up when a disc that is supported by
this unit is inserted.
PLAY PLAY 8 Drive [HDD, DVD or SD] indicator
9 Main display section
Current time/playback counter, various messages.
10 Recording mode indicator

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Remote control

1 Turn the unit on or off


13 2 Select drive [HDD, DVD or SD
3 Select channels and title numbers, etc./Enter numbers
4 Delete items
DVD
DVD 5 Basic operations for recording and play
TV
TV 6 Show the digital channel information
1 /Programme information in TV Guide screen
DRIVE
DRIVE CH VOL 14 /Show status messages
SELECT 7 Show Top Menu/DIRECT NAVIGATOR
2 AV
8 Selection/OK, Frame-by-frame
PAGE
PAGE
9 Show OPTION menu
1 2 3 CH 15
10 Use Colour buttons according to on-screen instructions
These buttons are for TV Guide/Digital TEXT/Edit Profiles
3 4 5 6 In addition,
ShowView
PROG/CHECK 16 "Red": Timer recording list/DIRECT NAVIGATOR
7 8 9 17
"Green": DIRECT NAVIGATOR
"Blue": Digital channel information/Timer recording list
DELETE INPUT PROG/CHECK
MANUAL SKIP
11
4 0 SELECT
SKIP SLOW/SEARCH
18 Recording function
[ REC]: Start recording
SKIP SLOW/SEARCH
[REC MODE]: Change recording mode
[EXT LINK]: Linked timer recordings with external equipment
5 [ DIRECT TV REC]: Direct TV recording
STOP PAUSE PLAY/x1.3 12 DVB function
[TEXT ]: Show Digital TEXT (MHEG) service
STATUS EXIT
EXIT [STILL ]: Show subtitles
6 19 13 Transmission window
GUIDE 20 14 TV operations
15 Channel select/Change pages in the TV Guide list
FUN
R

16
DIRECT NAVIGATO

Show timer recording list


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CTION ENU

21 17 Input select (Tuner, AV1, AV2, AV3, DV)


OK 18
M

Skip approx. 30 seconds forward


19 Exit the menu screen
8 20 Show the TV Guide screen
9
OPTION
OPTION RETURN
RETURN
22 21 Show FUNCTION MENU window
CREATE
CREATE 23 22 Return to previous screen
CHAPTER
CHAPTER MANUAL SKIP 23 Create chapters
10 24 Skip the specified time
REC
REC REC
RECMODE
MODE EXT LINK
EXT LINK DIRECT
DIRECT TVTVREC
REC 25 Show on-screen display
11 Menu for disc playback and switching DVB multi audio etc.
TEXT
TEXT STTL
STTL DISPLAY
DISPLAY TIME SLIP
TIME SLIP

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6 Operation Instructions
6.1. Taking out the Disc from DVD-Drive Unit when the Disc cannot be
ejected by OPEN/CLOSE button
6.1.1. Forcible Disc Eject
6.1.1.1. When the power can be turned off.
1. Turn off the power and press [STOP] [CH UP] keys on the front panel simultaneously for 5 seconds.

6.1.1.2. When the power can not be turned off.


1. Press [POWER] key on the front panel for over 10 seconds to turn off the power forcibly, and press [STOP] [CH UP] keys on
the front panel simultaneously for 5 seconds.

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6.1.2. When the Forcible Disc Eject can not be done.

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1. Turn off the power and pull out AC cord.


2. Remove the Top Case.
3. Put deck so that bottom can be seen.
4. Slide SLIDE CAM by Eject Pin (JZJ0484) or minus screw driver (small) in the direction of arrow to eject tray slightly.

5. Put deck upward, and push out Tray by Eject Pin (JZS0484) or minus screw driver (small).

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7 Service Mode
7.1. Self-Diagnosis and Special Mode Setting
7.1.1. Self-Diagnosis Functions
Self-Diagnosis Function provides information for errors to service personnel by “Self-Diagnosis Display” when any error has
occurred.
U**, H** and F** are stored in memory and held.
You can check latest error code by transmitting [0] [1] of Remote Controller in Service Mode.
Automatic Display on FL will be cancelled when the power is turned off or AC input is turned off during self-diagnosis display is ON.
Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display
U30 Remote control code error Display appears when main unit and remote No display
controller codes are not matched.

“*” is remote controller code of the


main unit.
Display for 5 seconds.
U50 Antenna Short U50 is displayed when a short circuit was “A short circuit was
(For EG detected at Antenna Input while "Active detected at the
only) Antenna” of “Connection” of “Setup” of “To antenna input.
Others” of “FUNCTION MENU” is ON, And Please check your
then “Active Antenna" is compulsorily antenna.”
switched to "Off".
U59 Abnormal inner temperature Display appears when internal temperature of No display
detected deck reaches limit temperature.
The power is turned off forcibly.
For 30 minutes after this, all key entries are
disabled. (Fan motor operates at the highest “U59 is displayed for 30 minutes.
speed for the first 5 minutes. For the
remaining 25 minutes, fan motor is also
stopped.) The event is saved in memory as
well.
U61 The unit is carrying out its No display
recovery process.

U71 HDMI incompatible error Display this error when the equipment No display
(HDCP incompatible) (compatible with DVI such as TV, amplifier
etc.) connected to the unit by HDMI is
incompatible with HDCP.
*HDCP=High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection
U72 HDMI connection error This error is displayed when there are any
(communication error) communication problems with the unit and the
equipments (TV, amplifier etc.) connected to
the unit by HDMI. (or when there is a problem
with the HDMI cable) U72 display disappears when
error has been solved by Power
OFF/ON of connecting equipment
or by inserting/removing of HDMI
cable.
U73 HDMI connection error When authentication error occurs while the No display
(authentication error) equipments (TV, amplifier etc.) are connected
by HDMI. (or when there is a problem with the
HDMI cable)
U72 display disappears when
error has been solved by Power
OFF/ON of connecting equipment
or by inserting/removing of HDMI
cable.
U80 ST Microprocessor Display appears when ST Microprocessor No display
Communication Error on Timer Communication Error on Timer Bus occurs.
Bus
"U80" is displayed till Power Key is
pressed.
U81 ST Microprocessor Display appears when ST Microprocessor No display
Communication Error on UART Communication Error on DART occurs.

"U81" is displayed till Power Key is


pressed.

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Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display


U88 The unit is carrying out its No display
recovery process.

U99 Hang-up Displayed when communication error has No display


occurred between Main microprocessor and
Timer microprocessor.
Displayed is left until the
[POWER] key is pressed.
H19 Inoperative fan motor When inoperative fan motor is detected after No display No display
powered on, the power is turned off
automatically.
The event is saved in memory.
F00 No error information Initial setting for error code in memory No display No display
(Error code Initialization is possible with error
code initialization and main unit initialization.)
F58 Drive hardware error When drive unit error is detected, the event is No display No display
saved in memory.
F34 Initialization error when main When initialization error is detected after No display No display
microprocessor is started up starting up main microprocessor for program
for program recording recording, the power is turned off
automatically.
The event is saved in memory.
F74 HDIM Device Key HDMI connection could not be authenticated No display
Communication error. due to a transfer malfunction.
Factor of HDMI Device key-road failure
· When HDMI LSI is damaged.
· When the bus line of I2C doesn´t operate
normally.
· When device key information recorded is
damaged.
F75 HDIM Device Key Information HDMI connection could not be authenticated No display
error due to an internal data malfunction.
Factor of HDMI Device key-road failure
· When HDMI LSI is damaged.
· When the bus line of I2C doesn´t operate
normally.
· When device key information recorded is
damaged.
UNSUPPO Unsupported disc error *An unsupported format disc was played, “This disc is
RT although the drive starts normally. incompatible.”
*The data format is not supported, although
the media type is supported.
*Exceptionally in case of the disc is dirty.

Display for 5 seconds.


NO READ Disc read error *A disc is flawed or dirty. “Cannot read.
*A poor quality failed to start. Please check the
*The track information could not be read. disc.”
HARD Drive error The drive detected a hard error. “DVD drive error.” Display for 5 seconds.
ERR

SELF Restoration operation Since the power cord fell out during a power No display
CHECK failure or operation, it is under restoration
operation.
*It will OK, if a display disappears
automatically. If a display does not disappear,
there is the possibility that defective Digital
P.C.B. / RAM drive.
PLEASE Unit is in termination process Unit is in termination process now. No display
WAIT “BYE” is displayed and power will be turned
off.
In case “Quick Start” of setup menu is ON, it
is displayed in restoration operation for AC
off.

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Error Code Diagnosis contents Description Monitor Display Automatic FL display


UNFORM Unformatted disc error You have inserted an unformatted DVD-RAM
AT or DVD-RW that is unformatted or recorded
on other equipment.

IR ERR IR communication error [IR ERR] is displayed when communication No display


between Timer microprocessor and IR
microprocessor fails.
No REC Recording is impossible [No REC] is displayed when recording is No display
impossible due to the defect, dirt or wound of
media.
HDD [HDD ERR] is displayed when a) When normal start up was failed. No display
ERROR start up of HDD was failed. b) When start up at HDD boot was failed.
(Except error of setting of c) When start up from state of P-OFF was
Power on Stand-by) failed.
d) When start up from state of HDD SLEEP
was failed.
[HDD ERR] is displayed when above each
start up of HDD was failed.
*In case b), tray opens automatically and
[HDDERR] is displayed until version up disc is
inserted.
HDD NG Power on Stand-by setting [HDD NG] is displayed when power on Stand- No display
error by setting of HDD is NG or when HDD which
power on Stand-by is not set to is used.
Please try to replace HDD with junine HDD as
service parts.

7.1.2. Special Modes Setting


Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description Front Key
TEST Mode *All the main unit´s parameters (include tuner) Press [STOP], [CH UP] and
are initialized. [OPEN/CLOSE] keys
simultaneously for five seconds
when power is off.
Rating password The audiovisual level setting password is Open the tray, set DRIVE SELECT
initialized to “Level 8”. to DVD, and press [REC] and
[PLAY] simultaneously for 5
seconds.
Service Mode Setting every kind of modes for servicing. When the power is off, press [CH
*Details are described in “7.1.3. Service UP], [OPEN/CLOSE] and [REC]
Mode at a glance”. keys simultaneously for 5 seconds.
Forced disc eject Removing a disc that cannot be ejected. The display before execution When the power is off, press
The tray will open and unit will shift to P-off leaves. [STOP] and [CH UP] keys
mode. simultaneously for 5 seconds.
*When Timer REC is ON or EXT-LINK is ON,
execute " Forced disc eject " after releasing
Timer REC or EXT-LINK.
*This command is not effective during "Child
lock" is ON.
While Demonstration Lock is being set, this
Forced disc eject function is not accepted.

Child lock/unlock Set or release “Child Lock”. Press [ENTER] and [RETURN] by
remote controller simultaneously
until [X-HOLD] is displayed.
NTSC/PAL system select To switch PAL/NTSC altemately. The display before execution While the power is on (E-E mode),
leaves. press [STOP] and [OPEN/CLOSE]
simultaneously for 5 seconds.

Forced power-off When the power button is not effective while Display in P-off mode. Press [Power] key over than 10
power is ON, turn off the power forcibly. seconds.
*When Timer REC is ON or EXT-LINK is ON,
execute “Forced Power-off” after releasing
Timer REC or EXT-LINK.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description Front Key
Aging Perform sequence of modes as * Aging Display following the then mode. When the power is ON, press
Description shown below continually. [STOP], [POWER] and
[OPEN/CLOSE] simultaneously for
over 5 seconds and less than 10
seconds.
NOTE1:
If Unit has not turned into Aging
mode by operations shown above,
execute TEST MODE once and re-
execute operation shown above.
(*All the main unit’s parameters
include tuner are initialized by TEST
mode.)
NOTE2:
If the unit has hung-up because of
pressing keys for over 10 seconds,
once turn off the power, and re-
execute this command.
*When releasing Aging mode, press
[POWER] key.
Aging Contents (Example):

Demonstration Ejection of the disc is prohibited. *When lock the tray. When the power is on, press
lock/unlock The lock setting is effective until unlocking the [STOP] and [POWER] keys
tray and not released by “Main unit simultaneously for 5 seconds in the
initialization” of service mode. condition that a disc in the tray.
NOTE:
“LOCK” is displayed for 3 seconds.
Time difference between pressing
[STOP] and [POWER] should be
within 0.5 sec.
*When unlock the tray. When the power is on, press
[STOP] and [POWER] keys
simultaneously for 5 seconds while
the tray being locked.
NOTE:
“UNLOCK” is displayed for 3
Time difference between pressing
seconds.
[STOP] and [POWER] should be
within 0.5 sec.
*When press OPEN/CLOSE key Press [OPEN/CLOSE] key while the
while the tray being locked. tray being locked.

Display “LOCK” for 3 seconds.


ATP re-execution Re-execute ATP. Display at ATP executing. When the power is on (E-E mode),
press [CH UP] and [CH DOWN]
simultaneously for 5 seconds.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description Front Key
Progressive initialization The progressive setting is initialized to The display before execution When the power is on (E-E mode),
Interlace. leaves. press [STOP] and [PLAY]
simultaneously for 5 seconds.

7.1.3. Service Modes at a glance


Service mode setting: While the power is off, press REC, CH UP and OPEN / CLOSE simultaneously for five seconds.
Item FL display Key operation
Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Release Items Item of Service Mode executing is cancelled. Press [0] [0] or [Return] in service
mode.

Error Code Display Last Error Code of U/H/F held by Timer is Press [0] [1] in service mode
displayed on FL.
*Details are described in “7.1.1. Self-
Diagnosis Functions”.

If any error history does not exist,


[F00] is displayed.
ROM Version Display 1. Region code (displayed for 5 sec.) Press [0] [2] in service mode
2. Main firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
3. Timer firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
4. Drive firm version (displayed for 5 sec.)
5. ROM correction version (displayed for 5
sec.)
6. ST Microprocessor version (left displayed)

White Picture Output White picture is output as component Output *Initial mode is “Interlace”. Press [1] [1] in service mode.
from AV Decoder.
*White picture
(Saturation rate : 100%)
*It is enable to switch Interlace/Progressive by
“I/P switch: [1] [4]” Switch Interlace/Progressive Press [1] [4] in White Picture Output
mode.
*I/P are switched alternately.

Magenta Picture Output Magenta picture is output with Component *Initial mode is “Interlace”. Press [1] [2] in service mode.
Output from AV Decoder.
*Magenta picture
(Saturation rate: 100%)
*It is enable to switch Interlace/Progressive by
“I/P switch: [1] [4]” Switch Interlace/Progressive Press [1] [4] in Magenta Picture
Output mode.
*I/P are switched alternately.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
RTSC Return in XP AV1 input signal is encoded (XP), decoded Initial mode: EE2/ Interlace/ XP/ Press [1] [3] in service mode.
(A & V) (XP) and output decoded signal to external Audio 48kHz
without DISC recording and DISC playback.

Switch Interlace/Progressive Press [1] [4] in RTSC Return XP


mode.
*I/P are switched alternately.

Audio 44.1 kHz/ 48 kHz Switch Press [2] [4] in RTSC Return XP
mode.
*48 kHz / 44.1 kHz are switched
alternately.
I/P Switch Switch Interlace and Progressive in EE mode. Initial mode is Interlace Press [1] [4] in I/P Switch mode.
*Initial setting is “Interlace”. *I/P are switched alternately.
*This command is effective during executing
“White Picture Output”, “Magenta Picture
Output” and “RTSC Return in XP (A & V)”
modes. Switch Interlace/Progressive

Audio Mute (XTMUTE) Check whether mute is applied normally by Press [2] [1] in service mode.
the timer microprocessor.

Audio Mute (XDMUTE) Check whether mute is applied normally by Press [2] [2] in service mode.
the Digital P.C.B..

Audio Pattern Output The audio pattern stored in the internal Initial mode (Audio 48kHz) Press [2] [3] in service mode.
memory is output
(Lch: 1kHz/-18dB)
(Rch: 400Hz/-18dB)
*Audio sound clock switching operation of
DAC can be confirmed by sub command [2] Audio 44.1kHz/48kHz switching Press [2] [4] in Audio Pattern Output
[4]. mode.
*48 kHz / 44.1 kHz are switched
alternately.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
HDD READ SEEK Inspecting seek time of HSS to inspect At start Press [3] [1] in service mode.
Inspection performance. * When canceling the inspection
mode while executing, do “forced
power-off”.
Method:
Press [POWER] key more than 10
seconds.

The [*] sign is added every 20


seconds while inspecting.
Two digits on the right side are the
progress level of the inspection
(The unit is %).
Example on the way of inspection:

When HDD is OK after inspection:

(NG is displayed when error is


excluding o )
(Transfer rate is calculated from the
AV scanning result, and when it is
less than 35Mbps, NG is displayed.
)

$: [X] is displayed when seek time is


over 270msec., there is error or
transfer rate is NG.
Position at $ is space when
excluding those.
##: Number of data of over
100msec. and less than 270msec.
When it is over 100, [99] is
displayed.
When the number is less than 5, we
judge it normal.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
HDD READ VERIFY Measure of access time in READ VERIFY At start Press [3] [2] in service mode.
Inspection MODE of HDD. * When canceling the inspection
mode while executing, do “forced
power-off”.
Method:
Press [POWER] key more than 10
seconds.

The [*] sign is added every 20


seconds while inspecting.
Two digits on the right side are the
progress level of the inspection
(The unit is %).
Example on the way of inspection:

When HDD is OK after inspection:

(NG is displayed when error is


excluding o )
(Transfer rate is calculated from the
AV scanning result, and when it is
less than 35Mbps, NG is displayed.
)

$: [X] is displayed when seek time is


over 270msec., there is error or
transfer rate is NG.
Position at $ is space when
excluding those.
##: Number of data of over
100msec. and less than 270msec.
When it is over 100, [99] is
displayed.
When the number is less than 5, we
judge it normal.
HDD Spin-up time The accumulation value of the Spin-up time of Press [3] [3] in service mode.
HDD is displayed.

Spin-up time of HDD is displayed.


(The unit of display is hour.)

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
HDD High Speed Scan Press [3] [6] in service mode.

The [*] sign is added every 10


seconds while inspecting.
Two digits on the right side are the
progress level of the inspection
(The unit is %).
Example on the way of inspection:

When HDD is OK after inspection:

When HDD is NG after inspection:

[*] is the number of data of NG.


HDD Check Simple quality judgment of HDD Press [3] [7] in service mode.

When HDD is OK:

When HDD is NG:

Laser Used Time Check laser used time (hours) of drive. Press [4] [1] in service mode.
Indiction

l(*****) is the used time display in


hour.
lLaser used time of DVD/ CD in
Playback/Recording mode is
counted.
Delete the Laser Used Laser used time stored in the memory of the Press [9] [5] in service mode.
Time unit is deleted.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
RAM Drive Last Error RAM Drive error code display. 1. Error Number is displayed for 5 Press [4] [2] in service mode.
*For details about the drive error code, refer seconds. When “INFO******” is being
to the Service Manual for the specific RAM displayed, past 19 error histories
Drive. can be displayed by pressing [0] [1]
- [1] [9]
2. Time when the error has occurred
is displayed for 5 seconds.

DD: Day
hh: Hour
mm: Minute
3. Last Drive Error (1/2) is displayed
for 5 seconds.

4. Last Drive Error (2/2) is displayed


for 5 seconds.

5. Error occurring Disc type is


displayed for 5 seconds.

In case that the maker cannot be


6. Disc Maker ID is displayed for 5 identified, display is black out.
seconds.

7. Factor of Drive Error occurring is


left displayed

Delete the Last Drive Delete the Last Drive Error information stored Press [9] [6] in service mode.
Error on the DVD RAM-Drive.

Laser power confirmation Drive state is judged based on difference 1. into RAM
between laser power value at shipping and Drive in service mode. (Other
present laser power value. media are assumed to be non-
correspondence.)
2. Press [4] [4].

If DVD-RAM disc in not inserted,


[NO DISC] is displayed.
If power value study was filed,
[ERROR] is displayed.
Turn on all FL/LEDs All segments of FL and all LEDs are turned All segments are turned on. Press [5] [1] in service mode.
on.
PB HIGH Signal Output 8 pin of AV 1 Jack (PB HIGH terminal) is High Press [5] [2] in service mode.
(approx. 11V DC).

PB MIDDLE Signal 8 pin of AV 1 Jack (PB HIGH terminal) is Press [5] [3] in service mode.
Output Middle (approx. 5.5V DC)

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
Front connection Press all front keys and check the connection Press [5] [4] in service mode.
inspection between Main P.C.B. and Front key Switches.

(1) Each time a key is pressed,


segment turned on increases one
by one.
(2) Total umber of keys that have
been pressed.
Production Date Display Display the date when the unit was produced. Press [6] [1] in service mode.

YY: Year
MM: Month
DD: Day
Display the accumulated Display the accumulated unit´s working time. Press [6] [4] in service mode.
working time

(Indicating unit: Second)


Display the Error History Display the Error History stored on the unit. Display reason of error for 5 Press [6] [5] in service mode.
seconds. Then press [0] [1] ~ [9] [9], the past
99 error histories are displayed.

01:
Defect of Digital P.C.B.
(AV DEC / MAIN CPU)
02:
Defect of RAM Drive.
03:
Defect of Disc.
04:
Defect of Digital P.C.B. or
Communication Error.
05:
Defect of Digital P.C.B.
(AV DEC / MAIN CPU)
06:
Defect of HDD.

Display the time when the error has


occurred for 5 seconds.

DD: Day
hh: Hour
mm: Minute
Accumulated working time till
occurring of the error is left
displayed.

(Indicating unit: Second)


Delete the Error History Delete Error History information stored on the Press [9] [7] in service mode.
unit.

SD card WRITE check Delete Error History information stored on the When the WRITE check is OK. Insert a SD card to SD card slot,
unit. and press [7] [4] in service mode.
*Insert SD card while the power is
off.
*Check for [CARD SD] display on
When the WRITE check is NG. the FL display and go on the
procedure.

*Note:
The image stored in the SD card will
be erased.

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Item FL display Key operation


Mode name Description (Remote controller key)
AV4(V)/AV1(RGB) I/O Set input to AV4 (V) and set output to AV1 Press [8] [0] in service mode.
Setting (RGB) for I/O checking

AV2(Y/C)/AV1(V) I/O Set input to AV2 (Y/C) and set output to AV1 Press [8] [1] in service mode.
Setting (V) for I/O checking

AV2(V)/AV1(Y/C) I/O Set input to AV2 (V) and set output to AV1 Press [8] [2] in service mode.
Setting (Y/C) for I/O checking

AV2(RGB)/AV1(V) I/O Set input to AV2 (RGB) and set output to AV1 Press [8] [3] in service mode.
Setting (V) for I/O checking

P50(H) Output Timer Microprocessor IC7501-76 output High When OK. Press [8] [4] in service mode.
signal for AV1-pin 10 passing through inverter
(approx. 0V DC at AV1-pin 10).

When NG.

P50(L) Output Timer Microprocessor IC7501-76 output Low When OK. Press [8] [5] in service mode.
signal for AV1-pin 10 passing through inverter
(approx. 4.4V DC at AV1-pin 10).

When NG.

Tray OPEN/CLOSE Test The tray is opened and closed repeatedly. Press [9] [1] in service mode
*When releasing this mode, press
the [POWER] button of Remote
Controller more than 10 seconds.
“*” is number of open/close cycle
times.
Error code initialization Initialization of the last error code held by Press [9] [8] in service mode.
timer (Write in F00)

Initialize Service Last Drive Error, Error history and Error Press [9] [9] in service mode.
Codes stored on the unit are initialized to
factory setting.
Finishing service mode Release Service Mode. Display in STOP (E-E) mode. Press power button on the front
panel or Remote controller in
service mode.

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8 Service Fixture & Tools


Part Number Description Compatibility
RFKZ0260 Extension Cable (MainP.C.B. - RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module/ 88 Pin) Same as EH50 Series
RFKZ0327 Extension Cable (MainP.C.B. - Power P.C.B./ 15 Pin) Same as E55 Series
RFKZ0366 Extension FFC (HDD - RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module/ 40 Pin) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ0168 Extension Cable (Main P.C.B. - Fan Motor/ 3 Pin) Same as E50/ E55 Series
RFKZ0339 Extension Cable (MainP.C.B. - HDD / 4 Pin) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ0419 Extension Cable (MainP.C.B. - HDMI P.C.B. / 10 Pin) New
JZS0484 Eject Pin Same as E50 Series
RFKZ03D01K Lead Free Solder (0.3mm/100g Reel) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ06D01K Lead Free Solder (0.6mm/100g Reel) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ10D01K Lead Free Solder (1.0mm/100g Reel)) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ0316 Solder Remover (Lead free low temperature Solder/50g) Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ0328 Flux Same as EH55 Series
RFKZ0329 Bottle of Flux Same as EH55 Series

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9 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions


9.1. Disassembly Flow Chart
The following chart is the procedure for disassembling the casing and inside parts for internal inspection when carrying out the
servicing.
To assemble the unit, reverse the steps shown in the chart below.

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9.2. P.C.B. Positions

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9.3. Top cover 9.4.1. How to assemble Tray door ass’y


1. Remove the 2 screws (A) and 3 screws (B). 1. Attach Blinder spring to Tray door ass’y.
2. Slide Top Case rearward and open the both ends at rear
side of the Top Case a little and lift the Top Case in the
direction of the arrows.

2. Attach Tray door ass’y in order from to .


Put the Brinder spring on the groove.
Insert the shaft in the hole.
Insert the shaft in the hole.

9.4. Front Panel


1. Unlock 6 tabs in (A) - (F) turn.
Pull with the front panel in the direction of your side.

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3. Confirm the Brinder spring is attached as following. 9.5. HDD, ATAPI P.C.B.

Handling of HDD
The following precautions should be taken when handling HDD.
1. Never give an impact to HDD. (Even a drop from 1cm height can
be a cause of HDD failure.
2. When placing HDD on a workbench, provide a mat on a bench for
shock absorption and anti-static purposes.
3. When installing HDD, release it from your hands only after
confirming that it is fully set on the chassis.
4. Avoid stacking up HDD.
5. HDD is unstable and easy to fall. Do not stand it on its side face.
6. When handling HDD, hold its side faces to avoid static hazard.
7. Do not place HDD on its wrapping bag after removal. (Prevention
of static hazard
8. Use a screwdriver with low impact and anti-static features.
Note:
When replacing HDD, please make the rear jumper slave or
cable select configuration.

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1. Remove the 2 Screws (A) and (B), FFC and Wire with 3. Remove 4 Screws (C) to remove HDD from HDD angle.
connector to remove HDD with ATAPI P.C.B..

CAUTION:
When replacing HDD, pay attention as below.

2. Put HDD with HDD angle up and down inversely so as not


to give a shock to HDD.

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9.6. RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module 3. Put Digital P.C.B. on DVD drive and remove RAM/Digital
P.C.B. Module.

1. Remove the 3 Screws (A) and Screw (B) to remove Digital


Shield.

Note:
RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module as service part has no heat sink
and heat transfer sheet.
Before returning to customer, heat sink and heat transfer
sheet should be installed on Digital P.C.B..

2. Lift up Digital P.C.B. slightly so to disconnect connectors to


remove Digital P.C.B..
And remove 3 Screws (C) to remove DVD drive.

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9.7. SD/DV Jack P.C.B. 9.8. Rear Panel


1. Remove Screw (A) to remove DV jack P.C.B.. 9.8.1. Only Fan Motor
1. Remove the 2 Screws (C) and fan connector, remove the
Fan motor with pushing 2 tabs in the direction of arrows.

9.8.2. Rear Panel with Fan Motor


1. Remove 6 Screws (B) and 2 Screws (C).

2. Disconnect the Fan Connector and unlock 2 Tabs (A) to


remove Rear Panel.

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9.9. Power P.C.B. 9.10. HDMI P.C.B.


1. Remove 3 Screws (A) and disconnect the connector to 1. Push the PCB spacer in the direction of arrows and lift up
remove Power P.C.B.. HDMI P.C.B. slightly so to disconnect connector to remove
HDMI P.C.B..

9.11. Backend P.C.B.


1. Hold the both side of Backend P.C.B., lift up the direction of
arrows to remove.

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9.12. Main P.C.B., Front Jack P.C.B.


and Front (L) P.C.B.
1. Remove 4 Screws (A) and Screw (B).
2. Remove Front angle and Rear angle B.
3. Remove Main P.C.B., Front jack P.C.B. and Front (L)
P.C.B.

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10 Measurements and Adjustments


10.1. Service Positions
Note:
For description of the disassembling procedure, see the section 9.

10.1.1. Checking and Repairing of Power P.C.B.

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10.1.2. Checking and Repairing of RAM / Digital P.C.B. Module

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10.1.3. Checking and Repairing of Main P.C.B.

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10.1.4. Checking and Repairing of HDD

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10.2. Caution for Replacing Parts


10.2.1. Items that should be done after replacing parts

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Note3:
Please prepare latest firmware updating disc.
* Main Firm is being recorded in HDD, but new HDD has no data.

Writing Procedure of Main Firm:


<<Caution>>
(1) Writing of Main Firm needs 3, 4 minutes.
(2) Never cut the power of DVD Recorder until writing in Firmware ends.
(3) Initial settings and contents of reservation will not change if writing is normally completed.
1. Prepare updating disc for firm ware.
2. Replace HDD.
3. Turn on power of DVD Recorder.
4. After [PLEASE WAIT] is displayed on FL., [HDD ERR] is displayed on FL.
5. Tray opens automatically.
6. Insert updating disc for Firmware and press OPEN/CLOSE key. (If a wrong disc was inserted, [NG DISK] [NO FVU] is
displayed on FL.)
7. [LOAD] ® [LD FVU] ¬® [M_FIRM] are displayed on FL alternately.
8. [MAIN] ¨ [UPD OK] blink alternately and Tray opens. Take out disc (Writing was finished).
9. Press Power button to turn off power.
10. Press Power button to turn on power.
11. [HELLO] ® [SELF CHECK] are displayed on FL.
12. [UNFORMAT] is displayed on FL.
13. After [UNFORMAT] was displayed, message to request FORMAT is displayed on TV screen.
14. Select [Yes] and press [ENTER] key to format HDD.
(After FORMAT, program in HDD will be lost, but Main firm will not be lost.
“Write of the main farm" is completed above.

* Drive firm is not updated by above operation. If you wish update Drive firm, please prepare the disc for latest firmware update,
and write it again.
* If the version of the firm you have prepared was same as or later than that has already been written in deck, ´UNSUPPORT´
is displayed on FL.
* In a usual updating of firmware, writing is not performed when the timer reservation standby was not released.

10.2.2. Notice after replacing RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module


Formatting the HDD is unnecessary after replacing Digital P.C.B. or RAM/Digital P.C.B. Module.
[TM AV1] is displayed, once power OFF, and power ON again.

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10.3. Standard Inspection Specifications after Making Repairs


After making repairs, we recommend performing the following inspection, to check normal operation.
No. Procedure Item to Check
1 Turn on the power, and confirm items pointed out. Items pointed out should reappear.
2 Insert RAM disc. The Panasonic RAM disc should be recognized.
3 Enter the EE (TU IN / AV IN - AV OUT) mode. No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
4 Perform auto recording and playback for one minute using the RAM No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
disc. *Panasonic DVD-RAM disc should be used when recording and
playback.
5 Model with the HDD: Perform auto recording and playback for one No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
minute using the HDD.
6 If a problem is caused by a VCD, DVD-R, DVD-Video, Audio-CD, or No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or operation.
MP3, playback the test disc.
7 Models with SD Card Slot or DV Input Jack: In case of that the Models with SD Card or DV Input Jack;
trouble is caused by SD card and/or DV terminal. 1) SD Card: Check to be able to display and copy the picture.
2) DV terminal: Check to be able to record from DVC.
8 After checking and making repairs, upgrade the firmware to the Make sure that [FIRM_SUCCESS] appears in the FL displays.
latest version. *[UNSUPPORT] display means the unit is already updated to
newest same version. Then version up is not necessary.
9 Transfer [9][9] in the service mode setting, and initialize the service Make sure that [CLR] appears in the FL display.
settings (return various settings and error information to their After checking it, turn the power off.
default values. The laser time is not included in this initialization).

Use the following checklist to establish the judgement criteria for the picture and sound.
Item Contents Check Item Contents Check
Block noise Distorted sound
Crosscut noise Noise (static, background noise, etc.)
Dot noise The sound level is too low.
Picture Sound
Picture disruption The sound level is too high.
Not bright enough The sound level changes.
Too bright
Flickering color
Color fading

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11 Block Diagram
11.1. Power Supply Block Diagram

POWER P.C.B. MAIN P.C.B.

D1400
X SW+3V P1102 P1501
X SW+3V A
12,13
T1150
POWER
SWITCHING
VA1110,L1120,L1121 D1140,C1143 TRANSFORMER D1270
1
AC INLET 2 X SW+3.8V P1102 P1501
P1101 X SW+3.8V B
F1101 3 15
SURGE RECTIFIER
SUPPRESSOR P1 S1A
AND 12 1
SURGE
ABSORBER
X SW+5.8V P1102 P1501
C
1,2,3

S1B
2
IC1150
(SWITCHING IC) TIMER +5V IC7503- 8

S1C
3 Q1600
VIN 7 (REG.X SW+5.8V)
P2
2 F/B 9 10
S2 1 5
4 X SW+3.3V IC7501- 16
5 S D
Z/C GND VCC 2 FET 6 Q1502
1 3 4 G (X SW+3.3V OUT)
S3B IC1601 3 7
5
(DC/DC CONVERTER)
8
V2
8 Current 8
IC1521
1 Vin Sense 4 (REG.ANA+3.3V)

FET
Gate 7 8 VIN VOUT 1 ANA+3.3V D
V1 S3A Drive GND CONT
7 6 QR1800,QR1801
4 5
SWITCHING 2 PW
ON GND 6

FROM DI P ON H
TIMER E
SECTION IC7501- 44

T7501
DISPLAY HEATER
POWER SWITCHING
IP1501 IP7501 TRANSFORMER
TO
1 2 1 2 1 7 UNREG +38V U/V
D7506 TUNER

PS11R6V P7413 PS90001


IC7401 9
TO BACK END P.C.B.
X SW+12V P1102 P1501 (REG.PS+11.6V)
Q1200 9,10,11
(FEED BACK)
1 VIN VOUT 3 PS+11.6V IC3001- 46 ,IC4009- 8 ,IC4012- 8
H :ON GND
4 1
2 5 FROM
PWR SAVE H :ON
TIMER
IC7501- 79 SECTION
3 2
Q1509
(DR+12V OUT)
QR7401
( H :ON)
1 G
2
S D
1 3 2 FET 5 DR+12V H
G
3 6
IC1200
(ERROR VOLTAGE DET.) 7

8 FROM
DR P ON H
TIMER
IC7501- 42 SECTION
4
HOT COLD

QR1501
( H :ON)

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Power Supply Block Diagram (1/2)

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MAIN P.C.B. HDMI P.C.B.


IC56105
IP7502
(REG.+5V)
(IC PROTECTOR)
XSW+5.8V_AV P7501 P56101
1 2 1 VIN VO 5 P56102- 18
2
CONT
XSW+3V P7402 P59001 3
A
42
ANA+3.3V P7402 P59001
56

TO
DIGITAL
D+3.8V P7402 P59001 P.C.B.
B X SW+3.8V
60,62
IC1506
(REG.DR+5V)
ANA+5V P7402 P59001
IC4901- 2
76
IC56104
(REG.+3.3V)
DR+5V P7402 P59001
C 2 VIN VOUT 4 DR+5V
22,24
GND H :ON
XSW+3.8V P7501 P56101
3 1 1 VIN VOUT 5 IC56103/IC56107(+3.3V)
4
ON H
3
IC56106
(REG.+1.2V)
Q1501
(DR+5V OUT)
XSW+2.5V P7501 P56101
1 VIN VOUT 3 IC56103(+1.2V)
5
IC1520 ON H
(REG.ANA+5V) 2
S D HDD PFAIL L FROM HDMI P5 ON H P7501 P56101
4 FET 1 TIMER
IC7501- 40 IC7501- 54
G SECTION 9
1 VIN VOUT 5 ANA+5V 2
GND CONT DR P ON H FROM
TIMER FROM HDMI P3 ON H P7501 P56101
2 3 5 IC7501- 42 SECTION TIMER
SECTION IC7501- 34 10
6

3 QR1503 D+3.3V P7402 P59001


IC7404- 8
( H :ON) 34
IC4001
(REG.AU+5V)

D
AU+5V P7402 P59001 TO/FROM
4 VIN VOUT 5 AU+5V DIGITAL
25 P.C.B.
GND H :ON
2 3

POWER OFF L P7402 P59001


E
IC7503 30
(REG.X SW+5V/RESET)

VOUT 6 X SW+5V IC7501- 62 / 90 / 99


DR+5V P1503
XSW5VOUT 8 X SW+5V IR7501- 3 ,IC7504- 13 , 43
7 VIN P FAIL L 4
5V DETOUT 4 IC7501- 73 TO HDD
DR+12V P1503
F RESET L
1
GND RESET 5 IC7501- 12
1
X SW+5.8V

Q1508
(REG.D3.3V)
IC7402 D3R3V
(REG.BOOSTER+5V) P7413 PS90001
D 1 TO BACK END P.C.B.
4 S 6, 7
D 2
1 VIN D 5
VOUT 5 BOOSTER+5V IC3001- 42 / 84 / 94 3 G
D 6
3 CONT
GND
2
TO IC1508
U/V
TUNER (P-ON/OFF CONTROL)
IC7403
(REG.PS+5V) 1 VIN EXT 7

Except (EG) 2 V5 FB 5
1 VIN VOUT 5 PS+5V IC3001- 6 / 8 / 25 / 40
IC7301- 3 / 6 / 28 / 35
GND CONT IC7302
2 3 (RESET)

2 VDD OUT 1 IC7301- 26 QR1504


G ( L :ON)
IC1510 QR1502
H (REG.+5V) ( L :OFF)

TO
4 VIN VOUT 5 JC REG.+5V U/V
GND H :ON TUNER
2 3
X SW+12V P7402 P59001
TU P ON H FROM 64,66,68,70,72,74
TIMER TO
IC7501- 43 SECTION DIGITAL
P.C.B.
DR+12V P7402 P59001
14,16
DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Power Supply Block Diagram (2/2)

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11.2. Analog Video Block Diagram

:REC SIGNAL :PB SIGNAL


IC3001
(VIDEO PROCESSOR)
MAIN P.C.B.

JK3903
(SW1) (SW2)
6MHz COMP
P59001 P7402 C OUT DM 6MHz R-Y
91 BIAS
BPF
a a
55 OUT
12MHz b b 7 2
c c PR
+
(SW3)
P59001 P7402 Y OUT DM 6MHz AV1 COMPONENT
93 CLAMP 3
51 LPF a R-C VIDEO OUT
PB
b OUT PROGRESSIVE/
9
c INTERLACE
FROM P59001 P7402 RPROUT DM CLAMP/
DIGITAL P.C.B. 95 d
59 BIAS 4
Y
(SW4) COMP
6MHz 1
a B-Y
P59001 P7402 GPYOUT DM OUT
97 CLAMP 12MHz b 11
63
c
AV1 JK3901
B 21PIN JACK
P59001 P7402 BPBOUT DM CLAMP/
99 OUT
67 BIAS 12
15 RED/C
JK3901 (SW6)
21 PIN JACK (SW5)
6MHz a COMP 7 BLUE
AV1 AV1 VIDEO AV1 V Y AV1
20 33 CLAMP a b
(TV) OUT (TV)
12MHz b c 14 11 GREEN
c d
DEC_DT_Y_IN DT Y IN 19 VIDEO/Y
PS90002 P7412 DEC Y OUT
47 CLAMP 15
7
AV1
FROM G
BACK END P.C.B. + OUT
17
JK3001
PS90002 P7412 DEC C OUT DEC_DT_C_IN DT C IN S-VIDEO
48 BIAS
5
20
(SW17Y)
a (SW7) Y
a OUT Y
19 9
S-VIDEO IN b
OUT
AV3 (SW17C) b C
AV3 Y AV3 Y 10
JK3802 1 3 3 41 CLAMP a (SW8)
FRONT JACK a C
AV3 C OUT
2 4 4 b 22
(SW17V) b
a (SW9)
AV3 C a
45 BIAS V
b OUT JK3001
23
b VIDEO OUT
AV3
VIDEO IN AV3 V AV3 V
JK3801 7 37 CLAMP 24 13
FRONT JACK SV1
OUT
6 a 15
b AV1
c V/Y/C
OUT
d 26
e
SV2 JK3901
21PIN JACK
a AV2
b V
OUT AV2
c 28 19 VIDEO
(DECODER/EXT)
d
e
DT_Y
DT_C
C-ADC
AV1 V OUT CPN CIN DM P7402 P59001
81
AV3 Y 75
AV3 C V/Y IN DM P7402 P59001
AV3 V V/Y 71
ADC ADC
OUTPUT OUT
SELECT 83
SWITCH P7402 P59001
CIRCUIT <R> TO
AV2 R/C 88 DIGITAL P.C.B.
AV2 V/Y P7402 P59001
<G>
TUNER V SLICER 83
85 Q7501,Q7503- B P7402 P59001
<B>
87
FROM/TO P7402 P59001
TIMER < RGB CPSV >
SCL IIC CLK SECTION 84
88 IC7501- 29
JK3901 IIC BUS
21 PIN JACK (SW10) LOGIC SDA IIC DATA
BIAS b 89 IC7501- 30
AV2 R/C AV2 R/C
RED/C 15 1 CLAMP a
AV2 G
AV2 GREEN 11
(DECODER/EXT)
AV2 B AV2 G
BLUE 7 3 CLAMP
AV2 V/Y TU7801
VIDEO/Y 20 U/V TUNER
AV2 B TUNER
5 CLAMP
V
CLAMP 30 17 VIDEO
OUT
5V
AV2 V/Y 18 IFD_OUT1
31 CLAMP
2.3V
19 IFD_OUT2
1.0V

IF OUT [-] P7412 PS90002


< RGB CPSV >

2 TO
IF OUT [+] P7412 PS90002 BACK END P.C.B.
1
<G>

<R>
<B>

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Analog Video Block Diagram

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11.3. Analog Audio Block Diagram

:REC SIGNAL :PB SIGNAL


MAIN P.C.B. JK3001
REAR JACK
D4005 Q4006
MIX L OUT2
MUTE 16
LINE OUT
Q4007 (L)
QR4002 18
(AUDIO MUTE DRIVE) MUTE OUT
FROM MIX R OUT2
XTMUTE 19
TIMER D4006 Q4009 LINE OUT
IC7501- 65 (R)
SECTION Q54401,
Q4060 MUTE 21
Q4008
FROM XDMUTE XDMUTE
DIGITAL IC54402- 16 DRIVE MUTE IC3001
P.C.B. (AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSOR)

IC4009
(BUFFER) (SA1R)
a JK3901
P59001 P7402 MIX R OUT DM DAC Rch BUFF. 21 PIN JACK
2 1 56 b
FROM 41 AV1 Rch AUDIO OUT Ch2(R)
DIGITAL P.C.B. c LPF MUTE 72 1
P59001 P7402 MIX L OUT DM DAC Lch
6 7 64 d
39 AV1
e
(TV)
OUTPUT AUDIO OUT Ch1(L)
3
JK3901 SELECT SWITCH
21 PIN JACK (SA3R) (SA4R)
AUDIO IN ch2(R) AV1 Rch
2 52 a a
AV1
b b
(TV) AUDIO IN ch1(L) AV1 Lch ADC Rch ADC Rch
6 60 c c AGC 79
AMP
d d
AUDIO IN ch2(R) AV2 Rch
2 53 e
AV2
(DECODER/EXT) AUDIO IN ch1(L) AV2 Lch
6 61
(SA18R) (SA2R)
BUFF.
AV4 a
BUFF.
b
AV2 Rch AUDIO OUT Ch2(R)
JK3801 TUN c LPF MUTE 74 1
FRONT INPUT JACK d
AV2
e
(DECEODER/EXT)
AV3 Rch
3 50 AUDIO OUT Ch1(L)
LINE 3
(Rch) 2
1
AV3
AUDIO
(FRONT) AV3 Lch
5 58 (SA2L)
LINE
(Lch/MONO) a
4 BUFF.
b
AV2 Lch
c LPF MUTE 73
d
e

OUTPUT
SELECT SWITCH AADC R P7402 P59001
(SA3L) (SA4L) 31 TO
DIGITAL P.C.B.
a a
b b
ADC Lch ADC Lch AADC L P7402 P59001
c c AGC 78
AMP 29
(SA18L) d d
AV4 BUFF. e

TUN
(SA1L)
a
BUFF.
b
AV1 Lch
c LPF MUTE 71
d
Except (EB)
e
IC7301
TU7801 (NICAM/A2)
U/V TUNER

AUDIO MONO TUN Rch


OUT 7 38 IN R OUT 2 54

SCL IIC CLK


88 FROM
IIC BUS IC7501- 29
TUN Lch TIMER
SIF OUT 6 25 SIF L OUT 1 62 LOGIC SDA IIC DATA
89 SECTION
IC7501- 30

IFD_OUT1 18
5V
IFD_OUT2 19
2.3V
1.0V

(SA17R) (SA17L)

PS90002 P7412 IF OUT [+] G_TUIFOUT1


1
TO/FROM PS90002 P7412 IF OUT [-] G_TUIFOUT2
BACK END P.C.B. 2
PS90002 P7412 DEC AUD R G_DT_IN_R DT R IN
55
9
PS90002 P7412 DEC AUD L G_DT IN L DT L IN
63
11
RF OUT IC4901
OPEN 76 MUTE VCA +
OPTICAL
MIX (DIGITAL AUDIO OUT)

FROM P59001 P7402 IEC OUT


DIGITAL 1
P.C.B. 44

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Analog Audio Block Diagram

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11.4. Analog Timer Block Diagram

IC7501 T7501
IR7501 (TIMER) DISPLAY HEATER
POWER SWITCHING
REMOTE CONTROL MAIN P.C.B. TRANSFORMER
RECEIVER
QR7402
VDD GND CTL. IP7501 D7506
P SAVE H HEATER+ +38V UNREG.+38V
3 2 1 POWER SAVE H 61 (IC PROTECTOR) 9 7 to TU7801- 3 (BTL+30V)
QR7508 +B
( H :ON) X SW+12.4V 1 2 1
IR Q7510 Q7403
3 REMOTE CTL. ( L :OFF) TU P ON H
( H :ON)
GND IC7501- 43
3 6
-33V
8 5
HEATER-

DP7501

IC7503 45 F+
(RESET)
1 F-

5V DET 4 IC7504
X SW+5.8V 7 VIN 73 PFAIL L (DISPLAY DRIVE)
OUT
D7505
8 XSW5V
OUT
RESET 5 12 XRESET X SW+5V 13 VDD VEE 30
43 VDD
SG1 14 41 P1
SG2 15 40 P2
FL TXD 5 6 DOUT SG3 16 37 P3
FL RXD 6 7 DIN SG4 17 36 P4
FL CLK 7 8 CLK SG5 18 34 P5
SG6 19 33 P6
SG7 20 32 P7
S7504 SG8 21 30 P8
TIMER
OPEN/CLOSE SG9 22 29 P9 DISPLAY
FL CS L 45 9 STB
SG10 23 27 P10
KEY IN1 SG11 24 26 P11
86 KEY IN1 12 VSS
SG12 25 23 P12
SG13 26 13 P13
SG14 27 11 P14
SG15 28 9 P15
SG16 29 7 P16
IC7301
(NICAM/A2)
S7506 S7508 S7501
STOP REC CH-DOWN IIC CLK
IIC CLK 29 29 SCL GR1 42 28 2G
KEY IN2 IIC DATA GR2 41 25 3G
87 KEY IN2 IIC DATA 30 30 SDA GR3 40 22 4G
GR4 39 18 5G
GR5 38 15 6G
GR6 37 10 7G

S7507 S7503
PLAY CH-UP
TU7801
KEY IN3 U/V TUNER
88 KEY IN3

10 SDA

9 SCL

S7002
POWER

XT MUTE
XTMUTE 65 QR4002- B
Q7503 TO/FROM
SLICER VIDEO ANALOG A/V SECTION
SYNC IN 98 BUFFER
IC3001- 85
FRONT (L) P.C.B. Q7501
CVIN1 89 BUFFER

DR P ON H
DR POWER ON H 42
QR1501- B
TO
10 XCIN P OFF L POWER SUPPLY SECTION
DI POWER ON H 44
IC1506- 1
X7502 TU P ON H
32.768KHz TU POWER ON H 43
IC1510- 3
11 XCOUT

G SCLK A SCLK
TBUS CLK 37
P7402- 15
G SBPTM A SBPTM TO/FROM
TBUS TXD 35 P7402- 19 DIGITAL P.C.B.
G SBMTP A SBMTP
TBUS RXD 36 P7402- 21
13 XOUT

X7501
10MHz X SW+12.4V

15 XIN
Q7505
FAN PWM OUT 22 FAN MOTOR Q7511
DRIVE (FAN MOTOR DRIVE)
HDMI P.C.B. Q7509
P56101 P7501 HDMI-MONI
BUFFER 20 CEC INT
7

FANDCOUT
FAN MOTOR
P56101 P7501 HDMI-CONT P7502
6
78 CEC OUT
1 M DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
P7502
FAN LOCK H 39
3 EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Timer Block Diagram

49
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

11.5. HDMI Block Diagram

IC56103
(HDMI TRANSMITTER)

P55003 P56103
95 D0
27
P55003 P56103
94 D1
28
P55003 P56103
93 D2
29
P55003 P56103
92 D3
30
P55003 P56103
90 D4
15
P55003 P56103
89 D5
14
P55003 P56103 HDMI
88 D6 CONNECTOR
13
P55003 P56103 P56102
87 D7 TX2P 24 D2+
12 1
L56101
P56102
TX2M 22 D2-
3
P56102
TX1P 20 D1+
4
L56102
P56102 D1-
TX1M 18
6
P56102
TX0P 16 D0+
7
L56103
P56102
TX0M 14 D0-
9
FROM/TO
DIGITAL P56102
TXCP 12 CLK+
P.C.B. 10
L56104
P56102
TXCM 10 CLK-
P55003 P56103 12
38 AMSDI0 P56102
6 CEC
P55003 P56103 13
37 AMSDI1 Q56105
5
P55003 P56103 SWITCHING
36 AMSDI2
4
P55003 P56103
35 AMSDI3
3 Q56104
P55003 P56103
43 AMRX
8

P56101 P7501
HDMI-CONT
Q56001,2 6
P56101 P7501
BUFFER HDMI-MONI
7

Q56103
3V-5V P56102
P55003 P56103 SCL 121 HDMI SCL
114 HSDA Conv. 15
19
Q56102
P55003 P56103 P56102
113 HSCL SDA 120 3V-5V HDMI SDA
20 Conv. 16

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
HDMI Block Diagram

50
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12 Schematic Diagram
12.1. Interconnection Schematic Diagram
JW7001 FC7001 BACKEND P.C.B.
KEY3_POWER 1 1 KEY3_POWER
GND 2 2 GND P7402 P59001
DGND 1 1 DGND
P7412 PS90002
FRONT(L) P.C.B. DEC AUD L 11 11 DEC AUD L
DGND
DGND
2
3
2
3
DGND
DGND
AGND 10 10 AGND DGND 4 4 DGND P55003
DEC AUD R 9 9 DEC AUD R DGND 5 5 DGND 1 DAC_MCK REC_656_OUT_3 30
JW3801 JW3001 AGND 8 8 AGND DGND 6 6 DGND 2 GND REC_656_OUT_2 29
FRONT_R_IN 1 1 FRONT_R_IN DEC U OUT 7 7 DEC U OUT DGND 7 7 DGND 3 DMX REC_656_OUT_1 28
FRONT_L_IN 2 2 FRONT_L_IN AGNG 6 6 AGNG DGND 8 8 DGND 4 ADACOUT2 REC_656_OUT_0 27
AUGND 3 DEC C OUT 5 5 DEC C OUT
G FRONT_V_IN 4
3 AUGND
4 FRONT_V_IN IF AGC 4 4 IF AGC
DGND
DGND
9
10
9
10
DGND
DGND
5
6
ADACOUT1
ADACOUT0
GND
HDMI_27CLK
26
25
GND 5 5 GND AGND 3 3 AGND DGND 11 11 DGND 7 DAC_LRCK GND 24
FRONT_Y_IN 6 6 FRONT_Y_IN IF OUT [-] 2 2 IF OUT [-] DGND 12 12 DGND 8 IECOUT REC656_CLK 23
FRONT_S_IN_L 7 7 FRONT_S_IN_L IF OUT [+] 1 1 IF OUT [+] XINTP 13 13 XINTP 9 GND GND 22
FRONT_C_IN 8 8 FRONT_C_IN DR12V 14 14 DR12V 10 DAC_BCK HDMI_1_IRQ 21
P7413 SCLK 15 15 SCLK 11 GND I2C_SCL1 20
PS90001
DR12V 16 16 DR12V 12 REC_656_OUT_7 I2C_SDA1 19
FRONT JACK P.C.B. GND 10 10 GND
XINTM 17 17 XINTM 13 REC_656_OUT_6 HDMI_2_IRQ 18
PS11R6V 9 9 PS11R6V
DRGND 18 18 DRGND 14 REC_656_OUT_5 GND 17 P50001
GND 8 8 GND
SBPTM 19 19 SBPTM 15 REC_656_OUT_4 RESET 16 LDD VCC1 1
D3R3V 7 7 D3R3V
DRGND 20 20 DRGND LDD VCC1 2
D3R3V 6 6 D3R3V
P1102 P1501 SBMTP 21 21 SBMTP LDD VSS 3
ASCO_TXD 5 5 ASCO_TXD
X_SW5R8V 1 1 X_SW5R8V DR5V 22 22 DR5V LDD VSS 4
ASCO_RXD 4 4 ASCO_RXD
X_SW5R8V 2 2 X_SW5R8V XMPREQ 23 23 XMPREQ LDD ENABLE 5
T_CS 3 3 T_CS
X_SW5R8V 3 3 X_SW5R8V DR5V 24 24 DR5V LDD GND2 6
T_DATA 2 2 T_DATA
GND 4 4 GND AU5V 25 25 AU5V LDD IINRD 7
T_CLK 1 1 T_CLK
GND 5 5 GND ITM2A 26 26 ITM2A LDD IINW1 8
GND 6 6 GND XDMUTE 27 27 XDMUTE LDD IINW2 9
GND 7 7 GND ITA2M 28 28 ITA2M LDD IINW3 10
F GND
X_SW12V
8
9
8 GND
9 X_SW12V
AADC_L
P_OFF_L
29
30
29
30
AADC_L
P_OFF_L2
P66803 (DV JACK )
1 TPB- CD
P66804
16
P53501
16 CD
SC/ROHM
LDD W1
11
12
X_SW12V 10 10 X_SW12V AADC_R 31 31 AADC_R 2 TPB+ DAT1 15 15 DAT1 LDD W1N 13
X_SW12V 11 11 X_SW12V XFWE 32 32 XFWE 3 TPA- DAT0 14 14 DAT0 LDD W2 14
X_SW3V 12 12 X_SW3V AUGND 33 33 AUGND 4 TPA+ GND 13 13 GND LDD W2N 15
X_SW3V 13 13 X_SW3V D3R3V 34 34 D3R3V CLK 12 12 CLK LDD W3 16
14 14 P_ON_H AUGND 35 35 AUGND P66801 (SD CARD SLOT) WP
P_ON_H WP 11 11 LDD WN 17
X_SW3R8V 15 15 X_SW3R8V I2CSDT 36 36 I2CSDT 1 DAT3 CMD
CMD 10 10 LDU HFM 18
AUGND 37 37 AUGND 2 CMD DAT3
DAT3 9 9 LDU HFMN 19
I2CSCK 38 38 I2CSCK 3 GND DAT2
DAT2 8 8 LDU CD/DVD 20
MIXLOUT_DM 39 39 MIXLOUT_DM 4 3R3V D3R3V
D3R3V 7 7 OEIC GND 21
IT_CK 40 40 IT_CK 5 CLK D3R3V
D3R3V 6 6 OEIC VC 22
MIXROUT_DM 41 41 MIXROUT_DM 6 GND TPA+
TPA+ 5 5 FM VOUT- 23
MAIN P.C.B. X_SW_3V 42 42 D3V 7 DAT0 TPA- 4 4 TPA- FM VOUT+ 24
P1101 DGND 43 43 DGND 8 DAT1 GND
GND 3 3 FM/OEIC VCC:5V 25
9 DAT2
E A
N
IECOUT
DGND
44
45
44
45
IECOUT
DGND 10 CD
TPB+
TPB-
2
1
2
1
TPB+
TPB-
OEIC D
OEIC C
26
27
DGND 46 46 DGND 11 COM
OEIC RF+ 28
12 WP
POWER P.C.B. DGND 47 47 DGND
13 FG
OEIC RF- 29
UARTP2M 48 48 UARTP2M OEIC B 30
DGND 49 49 DGND 14 FG
OEIC A 31
TU7801 UARTM2P 50 50 UARTM2P OEIC EI 32
FAN MOTOR U/V TUNER YOUT_DM 51 51 YOUT_DM OEIC FJ 33
P7502 P_OFF_L3 52 52 P_OFF_L3 DV JACK/SD CARD P.C.B. OEIC GK 34
1 FANOUT DGND 53 53 DGND OEIC HL 35
2 FAN_GND CSYNC_IN 54 54 CSYNC_IN OEIC SW2 36
3 FANLOCK COUT_DM 55 55 COUT_DM OEIC SW1 37
ANA3R3V 56 56 ANA3R3V SMOUT 38
DGND 57 57 DGND GND 39
EPG_ON 58 58 EPG_ON_H/BUSY P56103 ACT FOC2- 40
1 DAC_MCK REC_656_OUT_3 30
D RPROUT_DM
D3R8V
59
60
59
60
RPROUT_DM
D3R8V 2 GND REC_656_OUT_2 29
ACT FOC2+
ACT TRK+
41
42
HDD (DRIVE) 3 DMX REC_656_OUT_1 28 P58001
P1503 DGND 61 61 DGND
4 ADACOUT2 REC_656_OUT_0 27 1 GND
ACT TRK- 43 DVD DRIVE
DR12V 1 1 DR12V D3R8V 62 62 D3R8V ACT FOC1+ 44
DR_GND 2 2 DR_GND GPYOUT_DM 63 63 GPYOUT_DM 5 ADACOUT1 GND 26 2 ACT FOC1- 45
DR_GND 3 3 DR_GND X_SW_12V 64 64 D1R2V 6 ADACOUT0 HDMI_27CLK 25 3 CS1-
DR5V 4 4 DR5V DGND 65 65 DGND 7 DAC_LRCK GND 24 4 CS0-
X_SW_12V 66 66 D1R2V 8 IECOUT REC656_CLK 23 5 DA2
BPBOUT_DM 67 67 BPBOUT_DM 9 GND GND 22 6 DA0
P9801 P9802 X_SW_12V 68 68 D1R2V 10 DAC_BCK HDMI_1_IRQ 21 7 FP50002
3 GND DGND 69 69 DGND 11 GND I2C_SCL1 20 8 DA1
GND 40 GND 1
4 39 X_SW_12V 70 70 D1R2V 12 REC_656_OUT_7 I2C_SDA1 19 9 GND 2
5 CS1- CS1- 38 V_YIN_DM 71 71 V_YIN_DM 13 REC_656_OUT_6 HDMI_2_IRQ 18 10 INTRQ A- 3
6 CS0- CS0- 37 X_SW_12V 72 72 D1R2V 14 REC_656_OUT_5 GND 17 11 GND A+ 4
7 DA2 DA2 36 DGND 73 73 DGND 15 REC_656_OUT_4 RESET 16 12 DMACK- B+ 5
8 DA0 DA0 35 X_SW_12V 74 74 D1R2V 13 CSEL B- 6
14 IORDY
C 9
10 DA1 DA1
34
33
CPNCIN_DM
ANA5V
75
76
75
76
CPNCIN_DM
ANA5V 15 GND
11 32 DGND 77 77 DGND P56102 (HDMI Connector) 16 DIOR-
12 INTRQ INTRQ 31 DGND 78 78 DGND 1 D2+ 17 GND FP50003
13 GND GND 30 BS_ON 79 79 BS_ON 2 D2GND 18 DIOW- H- 1
14 DMACK- DMACK- 29 EPG_VIDEO 80 80 EPG_VIDEO 3 D2- 19 GND HW- 2
15 CSEL CSEL 28 DGND 81 81 DGND 4 D1+ 20 DMARQ HW+ 3
16 IORDY IORDY 27 DGND 82 82 DGND 5 D1GND 21 HV- 4
17 GND GND 26 G_IN 83 83 G_IN 6 D1- 22 GND HV+ 5
18 DIOR- DIOR- 25 RGB_CPSVIN 84 84 RGB_CPSVIN 7 D0+ 23 DD15 HU- 6
19 GND GND 24 DGND 85 85 DGND 8 D0GND 24 DD0 HU+ 7
20 DIOW- DIOW- 23 DGND 86 86 DGND 9 D0- 25 DD14 H+ 8
21 GND GND 22 B_IN 87 87 B_IN 10 CLK+ 26 DD1 COILU 9
22 DMARQ DMARQ 21 R_IN 88 88 R_IN 11 CLKGND 27 DD13 COILV 10
23 20 12 CLK- 28 DD2 COILW 11
24 GND GND 19 13 CEC 29 DD12

B 25 DD15 DD15 18 DIGITAL P.C.B. 14 RSV 30 DD3


26 DD0 DD0 17 15 HDMISCL 31 DD11
27 DD14 DD14 16 16 HDMISDA 32 DD4 FP50004
28 DD1 DD1 15 17 CECGND 33 DD10 LM+ 1
29 DD13 DD13 14 18 +5V 34 DD5 LM- 2
P7501 P56101 35 DD9
30 DD2 DD2 13 19 HOTPLG OPEN_SW 3
GND 1 1 GND 20 FRAME 36 DD6
31 DD12 DD12 12 PHOTO_LED 4
X_SW_5R8V_AV 2 2 X_SW_5R8V 21 FRAME 37 DD8
32 DD3 DD3 11 CARTRIGE 5
GND 3 3 GND 22 FRAME 38 DD7
331 DD11 DD11 10 REC INH 6
X_SW_3R8V 4 4 X_SW_3R8V 23 FRAME 39 GND
34 DD4 DD4 9 GND 7
X_SW_2R5V 5 5 X_SW_2R5V 40 RESET-
35 DD10 DD10 8 CLOSE SW 8
HDMI_CEC_CONT 6 6 HDMI_CONT
36 DD5 DD5 7 HDMI_CEC_MONI 7 7 HDMI_MONI
37 DD9 DD9 6 GND 8 8 GND P.C.B.Name Circuit Name Ref.No.
38 DD6 DD6 5
P.C.B.Name Circuit Name Ref.No. HDMI_P5_ON_H 9 9 HDMI_P5_ON_H FEP Ref.No.50000 SERIES
39 DD8 DD8 4
Main Net Ref.No.1500,7400 SERIES HDMI_P3_ON_H 10 10 HDMI_P3_ON_H MV4_BE Ref.No.53000,54000,55000
40 DD7 DD7 3
Main A/V I/O Ref.No.3000,3900,4000,4900 SERIES Digital 57000,58000 SERIES
A 41 GND
42 RESET-
GND 2 P.C.B. Nicam Decoder Ref.No.7300 SERIES P.C.B. Audio I/O Ref.No.54400 SERIES
RESET- 1
Timer Ref.No.7500 SERIES D Net Ref.No.59000 SERIES DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
Tuner Ref.No.7800 SERIES HDMI P.C.B. EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
ATAPI P.C.B. Interconnection
Schematic Diagram
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

51
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12.2. Power Supply Schematic Diagram

G K1120
$[VWJ0795=10]
LB1122 C1125 LB1125
J0JKB0000003 ECKWNA102MEVJ0JHC0000048
K1122
$[VWJ0795=10] NOTSPECIFIEDDC

$[ERJ6GEY0R00V]
ZA1103 ZA1104 D1400
EYF52BCY EYF52BCY D1140
L1120 L1121 B0EDKT000009 B0JANE000037 L1400
or #K3GE1ZA00010 or #K3GE1ZA00010
or B0JAME000033 G0A100HA0023

K1126
G0B233D00001 G0B233D00001 (S1WBA80-7062)
A C1121

B0HADV000001 F2B2W4700003
ECQU2A683MLC
#ERZV10D471C2

F2A0J1220028

F2A0J3310059
ECQU2A223MLC

1
F1101

6.3V1200[JG]
T1150

$[VWJ0795=17.5]

6.3V330[JG]
N K5D202BK0005 1 2 1 2

ERJ8GEY0R00V

$[22](1k)
C1143
ETS28BF236AD

C1401

R1400
C1402
or K5D202BLA013
VA1110

C1120

K1124
P1101 P1

12
ERJ6GEY0R00V

R1410
K2AA2H000007 T2AL 250V
4 3 4 3

2
R1101 PU

11
K1128

2
SEE THE $[ERDS1TJ474]
SERVICE MANUAL P2
(470k)[1/2W]

10
TO P1501

ECKWNA102MEV

ECKWNA102MEV

3
D1141
MAIN P.C.B.
NC (MAIN NET (1/4) SECTION)
$[ECKWNA101MBV]

$[ECKWNA101MBV]

K1123

4
P1102

C1122

C1123
$[VWJ0795=10] D1270 K1KB15AA0032
V2 B0JBSG000048
K1121 1 X_SW5R8V

5
K1125
C1126

C1127

$[VWJ0795=10] or B0JBSG000010
$[VWJ0795=5] ZA1270 2 X_SW5R8V
V1 C1414
F VSC5606-A 3 X_SW5R8V

6
or VSC5606 $[F1J0J106A014]
L1600 4 GND
LB1127 10[22]
$[J0JHC0000048] ZA1271 G0A100HA0023 5 GND
1 2 3
XYN3+J8FJ 6 GND
R1121 $ L1270
LB1123 G0A100K00003 7 GND
R1122 ERG1SJ101E J0JKB0000003 or G0A100H00025 8 GND
100[1W]
LB1270 9 X_SW12V
R1153
VWJ0795=5

F2A1C1820005
C1124

F2A1C1820005

F2A1C8210008
18[22] LB1126 LB1124 10 X_SW12V
C1415

16V1800[JG]

16V1800[JG]
$[ECKWNA102MEV] $[J0JHC0000048]

16V820[JG]
ERJ6GEY0R00V [22] 11 X_SW12V
$[F1K1C106A062]

C1270

C1271

C1272
10[36] 12 X_SW3V
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

ZA1105 R1150 D1151 K1731 C1416 13 X_SW3V


K9ZZ00001279 18[22] B0HAGM000006 $[VWJ0795=7.5] $[F1J0J106A014] 14 P_ON_H
2 4 7 10[22]
ZA1150 15 X_SW3R8V
VSC5603-A C1150
ZA1106 VSC5603 F2A1V680000235V68[JG]
K9ZZ00001279 IC1150 or EEUFM1V680B
ZA1151 C0DACZH00017
XYN3+J8FJ
ZA1107
K9ZZ00001279
E 1 3 5 9
C1422
$[F1J0J106A014]
R1151 6800[22] 10[22]
JW1101
R1152 R1800 $[VNJ04F0060VV]
10K[22] D1152 470[22] 1 X_SW5R8V
2KV C1151
MAZ4100NMF GND
F1B3D102A011 2
D1156
K1129 1000P[2KV] 3 GND
MA2C165001VT D1800
VWJ0795=5 MA2J11100L 4 X_SW3R8V

ECJGVB1H222K
ECJGVB1H102K

330P[22]
R1157 R1154
D1157 470 8200
[G][22] [G][22] Q1200 R1803

UNR211300L
1000P[22]

2200P[22]

F2A1E4700048
C1153
470[G][22]

B0HADV000001
C1154

R1155

10K[22]

25V47[JF]
B3PBA0000454

QR1800
or B3PBA0000237

100K[22]
C1152

R1158
or B3PBA0000402 R1209 R1208
ERX2SJR22E
MAZ73000BC

0.22[2W] 1K[22] 2200[22]

VWJ0795=12.5
4 1

UNR221300L
22K[G][22]
D1155

K1701
R1156

QR1801
C1202

R1801
$[22](0.1)

C1800
3 2

1200[G][22]
10K[22]
ECJ2VB1E473K R1207

R1200
R1210 C1200

4700[22]
R1802
1K[22] 0.1[22]
D

8200[G][22]
0.047[22]
C1201

R1201

$[MA22D3900L]
HOT COLD C A R

MA22D3900L MA22D3900L MA22D3900L


1 3 2

D1703

D1706
IC1200

2400[G][22]
220K[22]
C0DAEMZ00001

R1205

R1206
or C0DAEYY00021 Q1600
B1DHED000008

$[MA22D3900L] $[MA22D3900L]
(UPA1717G-E1-A)

D1702

D1705
S D

8
C1609 $[F1K1C106A062]
IC1601 S D

D1701
IC1150

D1704
SWITCHING IC S D

6
SWITCHING IC IC-DETAIL BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC-DETAIL BLOCK DIAGRAM G D

5
C 7 9 8 7 6 5 K1730
VIN DRAIN CS EXT GND FB $[VWJ0795=10]
0.8V
VCC
4 R1601
CONTROL LOGIC Q1730
LEVEL
RESET

D1BFR0240001 L1601
+ - $[B1DHDD000022] 24M[36] G0A100K00003
UVLO UVLO SHIFT
+ +

J0JHC0000048 [22]
LATCH RELEASE/ START-UP

560[D][22]
- - CIRCUIT CNT.

R1603
OVER VOLTAGE
COMP

F2A1E471006125V470[JF]
PROTECTOR/ VIN CS

LB1600
OVER HEATING VCC(START) VCC(STARTUP OFF) - +- +

0.1[22]
F2A1A6810022
D D

6
PROTECTOR /VCC(STOP) /VCC(STARTUP ON)

10V680[JG]
V5 EXT

9100[D][22]
C1605

R1604

C1607
or EEUFM1E471B
2 D D 180P[22]

5
VREF GND

C1608
V5
G S

0.47[22]
3

0.1[22]
0.1[22]
CC FB

ECJGVB1H103K
IDP(LIMIIT/ UVLOcomp R1602

50V

2700[D][22]
BURST)SENS. 51K[22]

C1606

R1605
0.01[22]
IC1601
+ C0DBAZZ00132
B

C1601
C1602
C1603
C1604
(AL1014)
-
R1731
1 Z/C ZERO CURRENT
DET./ONDEAD TIMER VREF
$[D1BFR0240001] L1731
CONTROL SOFT-DRIVE 24M[36] $[G0A220ZA0041] D1602 D1601
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT VIN V5/PWON VREF/SS CC
B0JCPD000021 B0JCPD000021
1 2 3 4

$[22](12k[D]) $[22](0[D])
$[F2A1E2210050] 25V220[JF]

$[J0JHC0000048]

R1733
STANDBY VIN CS
1

LB1730

CIRCUIT

C1738 $[22](0.1)
$[F2A0J6810007]
10V680[JG]
OCP THRESHOLD V5 EXT
2

NOTE:PARTS INDICATED WITH "$" MARK ARE NOT MOUNTED.

C1737
C1735
R1734

COMPARATOR/
2 FB RESTERT $[22](180P)
BURST MODE VREF GND
3

OCP THRESHOLD TIMER


NOTE:DO NOT USE THE PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING FOR ORDERRING.
$[22](0.47)
$[22](0.1)
$[22](0.1)

COMPARATOR
$[ECJGVB1H103K]

CC FB
4

THE CORRECT PART NUMBER IS SHOWN IN THE PARTS LIST,AND MAY BE


R1732
$[22](5600[D])

ON WIDTH $[22](51K) SLIGHTLYDIFFERNT OR AMENDED SINCE THIS DRAWING WAS PREPARED.


C1736

R1735
0.01[22]

TIMER IC1730
$[C0DBAZZ00132]
C1731
C1732
C1733
C1734

(AL1014)
SOURCE IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE:
GND /OCL
3 5 COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR SAFETY.
A D1731
$[B0JCPD000021]
WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS.ONLY THE SAME TYPE.

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Power Schematic Diagram
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

52
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12.3. Main Net (1/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic Diagram (M)

A
NOTE:DO NOT USE THE PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING FOR ORDERRING.
THE CORRECT PART NUMBER IS SHOWN IN THE PARTS LIST,AND MAY BE LOCATION MAP
SLIGHTLYDIFFERNT OR AMENDED SINCE THIS DRAWING WAS PREPARED.

N IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: 1/4 2/4


COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR SAFETY.
WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS.ONLY THE SAME TYPE.
1
NOTE:PARTS INDICATED WITH "$" MARK ARE NOT MOUNTED. 3/4 4/4

BOOSTER5V
IC7402
C0CBCDC00052
T X_SW_3R8V 4 CNT 3
NC
T X_SW_3V GND 2

T X_SW_3R3V V0
M:Main Net Section (Page: A )
5 VIN 1
AV:AV I/O Section (Page: B )

F1H1A105A028

F1H1A105A028
T DDGND (S-815A50AMC-13JTFG)
M TU T X_SW_5R8V
2 TU:Tuner Section (Page: C )

C7413
T:Timer Section (Page: D )

C7412
C1505
T X_SW_12R4V

220P
TU T AV GND 3

X_SW3R3

J0JHC0000032
2SD1819A0L
Q1502
R1503 C1502
330

MAZ40390HF
0.01

D1502
ECJ2FB1A225K
L

C1501
LB1507
T TIMER5V

T AV X_SW_5R8V_AV

T XSW3V_FAIL_L

4
C0EBE0000550

4
IC1501

VCC VOUT
XSW3V_FAIL
NC GND GND (BD4726G-TR)
1

K P

IP1501
ANA5V ANA3R3V
8 7 6 5

C0CBCBD00048
(S-815A50AMC-I3JTFG)
ERBSE3R00U

NC

NC

ON[H]
V OUT V IN
(MM16830)
C0CBCDC00052
C1506

1
LB1503 or K5H302100004

IC1521
F1H1A105A028 CNT GND VIN
J0JKB0000003

IC1520
1

GND
NC VO

NC

CN
4

5
TO P1102 1 2 3 4
LB1504
POWER P.C.B.
P1501 J0JKB0000003
K1KA15A00118
X_SW5R8V 1 5

F1H1A105A028

F1H1A105A028

F1H1A105A028

F1H1A105A028
X_SW5R8V 2

R1501 $(560)
F2A1C101B110
F2A1A681A870

0.01
X_SW5R8V 3

C1510

C1508

C1511

C1512
1 1
C1503

C1504

GND 4
GND 5

C1509
GND 6
LB1502
GND 7 G1501 G1502 J0JKB0000003
GND 8
J X_SW12V 9
$ $

X_SW12V 10 C1560 C1518


X_SW12V 11 C1545 LB1506
F2A1C470B110 F2A0J101A825 *
X_SW3V 12 J0JKB0000003
X_SW3V 13
P_ON_H 14 6
X_SW3R8V 15 7
LB1510 8
J0JKB0000003
VWJ0795=20
K1502

K1501 9
$[VWJ0795=5]
10

11
AV T P_OFF_L 12
I T HDD_PFAIL

R1502
T DR_P_ON_H

10K
1 2 3

ZJ7401
K9ZZ00001279 TO
MAIN NET SECTION
(3/4)

A B C D E F G H I

H
DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Main Net (1/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4))
Schematic Diagram (M)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

53
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12.4. Main Net (2/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic Diagram (M)

LOCATION MAP

1/4 2/4
NOTE:DO NOT USE THE PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING FOR ORDERRING.
THE CORRECT PART NUMBER IS SHOWN IN THE PARTS LIST,AND MAY BE
SLIGHTLYDIFFERNT OR AMENDED SINCE THIS DRAWING WAS PREPARED.

R1535
10k[D]
1 NOTE:PARTS INDICATED WITH "$" MARK ARE NOT MOUNTED.
TUREG5V
3/4 4/4

K9ZZ00001279
(PQ1LAX95MSPQ)
C0DBEHE00005

ZJ7402
ZJ7404

R1536 R1537
3

27k[D] 3.9k[D]
K9ZZ00001279

1
IC1510
ON GND ADJ

3 2
VIN VOUT 1 2 3

5
F1H1A105A028

F1J0J106A014
ZJ7403

C1536
C1535
K9ZZ00001279
M:Main Net Section (Page: A )

1
3 2
AV:AV I/O Section (Page: B )
2 BOOSTER_5V TU AV TU:Tuner Section (Page: C )
TU_REG5V TU T:Timer Section (Page: D )

IOPOWER_SAVE_H T

1
QR7401
PS5V UNR521300L

(S-815A50AMC-I3JTFG)
C0CBCDC00052

4
IC7403
VOUT NC QR7402
UNR511200L
VIN GND CNT
T_UNREG_38V T

C7416
$(0.1)
F1H1A105A028

F1H1A105A028
UNREG38V TU

2SD1819A0L
R7401

C7406

C7404
4

Q7403
100K
1 TU_P_ON_H T

IC7401
PS11R6V C0CBCYG00004
(PQ200WNA1ZPH)

ON[H]

VOUT

VADJ

GND
VIN
1 2 3 4 5 PS_5V AV

PS_11R6V

R7446 R7444 R7445


2000[D] 30[D] 6800[D]
AV

F2A1C471A628
5 10K

C7401
C7439
0.1
R7402

G_TUIFOUT1_A TU
G_TUIFOUT2_A
G_TUIFOUT2_A TU
G_TU_IFAGC_A
G_TU_IFAGC_A TU
G_DT_C_IN_A
G_DT_C_IN_A AV
G_DT_Y_IN_A
G_DT_Y_IN_A AV
G_DT_IN_R_A
6 G_DT_IN_R_A AV
G_DT_IN_L_A
7 G_DT_IN_L_A AV
TO PS90002
8 BACKEND P.C.B.
(DVB-T BACKEND SECTION))
P7412
*
11 DEC AUD L
9 10 AGND
9 DEC AUD R
10 8 AGND
7 DEC Y OUT
11 6 AGND
12 5 DEC C OUT
4 IF AGC
3 AGND
2 IF OUT[-]
1 IF OUT[+]

TO
MAIN NET SECTION
(4/4)

L S
J K M N O P Q R

DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Main Net (2/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4))
Schematic Diagram (M)
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

54
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12.5. Main Net (3/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic Diagram (M)

A
NOTE:DO NOT USE THE PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING FOR ORDERRING.
THE CORRECT PART NUMBER IS SHOWN IN THE PARTS LIST,AND MAY BE
SLIGHTLYDIFFERNT OR AMENDED SINCE THIS DRAWING WAS PREPARED.
NOTE:PARTS INDICATED WITH "$" MARK ARE NOT MOUNTED.

TO
G MAIN NET SECTION
(1/4)
A B C D E F G H I

13
M:Main Net Section (Page: A )
14

15
AV:AV I/O Section (Page: B )
16
TU:Tuner Section (Page: C )
Q1509
DR12V B1DHED000008 DR5V T:Timer Section (Page: D )
(UPA1717-G-E1-A) 2 4

C0DAEYH00002

VOUT
VIN
CL1501

IC1506
SOURSE

SENSE
1

8
ERJ3GEYJ223V ERJ3GEYJ223V

ON[H]
F1K1C105A026
DRAIN

GND
F2A1A470A388
SOURSE

C1528
F

7
R1519
C1549 *
C1548 *
C1521 *
DRAIN 1 3 5
SOURSE
TO HDD

6
DRAIN C1525
P1503 LB1501 0.1
* * GATE

5
DR12V 11 1 1 1 L1505
DRAIN *

$[F1K1C106A062]
CL1503

F2A1E1010067
DR_GND 2

R1509 R1511
39K[D] 1500[D]

C1517 $[F1H1A105A028]
R1521$(3300)

C1523
R1518
DR_GND 3
DR5V 4
LB1505

UNR521300L

C1516*
*

F2A1A101A389
QR1501

C1524
CL1502

C1544

R1510
C1541

11K[D]
1st 2nd
DMR-EH57/EH575/EX77 160G HGST Sam
DMR-EH67/EH675/EX87 250G Sam HGST

E Q1508 *
BE_D3R3V

D D

6
D D

5
G S

4
L1501

R1523 L1502 L1503


* * *
R1522

R1524
*

*
D VIN CS C1557 C1558

LB1508
1

8
* *

R1525
*
V5 EXT

*
QR1504
* Vref
C1551
C1550 *

C1553

GND

6
QR1502
C1552 *

*
*

2 Q1501 *
CC FB

D1504*
R1528 C1554

R1526
C1555*
* *

*
D D

6
IC1508
* D D

5
G S

4
R1507 C1526 *
*

C R1505

C1527

C1529
R1506 *
*

*
1
QR1503
*

Modify Category Variation Category

Variation Type A B C/R D E/F/Q G H/J/L/M K N P S T/U/V/Y/X Z


C1516 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 $[F2A1H1510006] F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006 F2A1H1510006
1 DMR-EH57EG A
C1518 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J101A825 F2A0J68 1A833 F2A0J681A833 F2A0J681A833
2 DMR-EH57EC B
C1521 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 $[F2A1C121A453] F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453
3 DMR-EH57EP C
4 DMR-EH57GCS,GN,GC D
C1526 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 $[F1H1A105A028] F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 LOCATION MAP
C1527 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 $[F1H1A105A028] F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028 F1H1A105A028
5 DMR-EH67EC E
C1529 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 $[F2A1A470A388] F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388 F2A1A470A388
6 DMR-EH67EP F
C1548 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 $[F2A1C121A453] F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453
7 DMR-EH67GCS,GN,GC G
C1549 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 $[F2A1C121A453] F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 F2A1C121A453 1/4 2/4
B 8
9
DMR-EX77EG
DMR-EX77EC
H
J
C1550
C1551
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
$(0.1)
$(0.1)
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
10 DMR-EX77EB K
C1552 $[F2A1C3310045] $[F2A1C3310045] $[F2A1C3310045] $[F2A1C3310045] $[F2A1C3310045] $[F2A1C3310045] F2A1C3310045 F2A1C3310045 F2A1C3310045 F2A1C3310045 $[F2A1C3310045] F2A1C3310045 F2A1C3310045
11 DMR-EX77EP L
C1553 $(0.1) $(0.1) $(0.1) $(0.1) $(0.1) $(0.1) 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 $(0.1) 0.1 0.1
12 DMR-EX77EN M
C1554 $(27P) $(27P) $(27P) $(27P) $(27P) $(27P) 27P 27P 27P 27P $(27P) 27P 27P
13 DMR-EX77GN,DMR-EX87GN N
C1555 $(0.01) $(0.01) $(0.01) $(0.01) $(0.01) $(0.01) 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 $(0.01) 0.01 0.01 3/4 4/4
14 DMR-EZ27EB P
C1557 $[F2A0J6810007] $[F2A0J6810007] $[F2A0J6810007] $[F2A0J6810007] $[F2A0J6810007] $[F2A0J6810007] F2A0J6810007 F2A0J6810007 F2A0J6810007 F2A0J6810007 $[F2A0J6810007] F2A0J6810007 F2A0J6810007
15 DMR-EH675EG Q
C1558 $[F2A1A1010072] $[F2A1A1010072] $[F2A1A1010072] $[F2A1A1010072] $[F2A1A1010072] $[F2A1A1010072] F2A1A1010072 F2A1A1010072 F2A1A1010072 F2A1A1010072 $[F2A1A1010072] F2A1A1010072 F2A1A1010072
16 DMR-EH57EE R
C7405 $[F2A1C220B173] $[F2A1C220B173] $[F2A1C220B173] $[F2A1C220B173] F2A1C220B173 F2A1C470A689 F2A1A2210063 F2A1A2210063 F2A1A2210063 $[F2A1C220B173] F2A1C220B173 F2A1A2210063 F2A1A2210063
17 DMR-EH67EE S
C7408 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P $(1000P) 1000P 1000P 1000P
18 DMR-EX87EG T
C7409 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P $(1000P) 1000P 1000P 1000P
19 DMR-EX87EC U
C7410 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P $(1000P) 1000P 1000P 1000P
20 DMR-EX87EP V
C7449 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P 1000P $(1000P) 1000P 1000P 1000P
21 DMR-EX87EB X
D1504 $[B0JCPD000021] $[B0JCPD000021] $[B0JCPD000021] $[B0JCPD000021] $[B0JCPD000021] $[B0JCPD000021] B0JCPD000021 B0JCPD000021 B0JCPD000021 B0JCPD000021 $[B0JCPD000021] B0JCPD000021 B0JCPD000021
22 DMR-EX87EN Y
IC1508 $[C0DBAYY00219] $[C0DBAYY00219] $[C0DBAYY00219] $[C0DBAYY00219] $[C0DBAYY00219] $[C0DBAYY00219] C0DBAYY00219 C0DBAYY00219 C0DBAYY00219 C0DBAYY00219 $[C0DBAYY00219] C0DBAYY00219 C0DBAYY00219
23 JISSOU Z
L1501 $[G0A100HA0023] $[G0A100HA0023] $[G0A100HA0023] $[G0A100HA0023] $[G0A100HA0023] $[G0A100HA0023] G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 $[G0A100HA0023] G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023
L1502 $[G0A150ZA0041] $[G0A150ZA0041] $[G0A150ZA0041] $[G0A150ZA0041] $[G0A150ZA0041] $[G0A150ZA0041] G0A150ZA0041 G0A150ZA0041 G0A150ZA0041 G0A150ZA0041 $[G0A150ZA0041] G0A150ZA0041 G0A150ZA0041
L1503 $[VWJ0795=5] $[VWJ0795=5] $[VWJ0795=5] $[VWJ0795=5] $[VWJ0795=5] $[VWJ0795=5] VWJ0795=5 VWJ0795=5 VWJ0795=5 VWJ0795=5 $[VWJ0795=5] VWJ0795 =5 VWJ0795=5
L1505 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 $[G0A100HA0023] G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023 G0A100HA0023
A
DMR-EX77EG/EC/EC1/EB,
EX87EG/EC/EC1/EB
Main Net (3/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4))
Schematic Diagram (M)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

55
DMR-EX77EG / DMR-EX77EC / DMR-EX77EC1 / DMR-EX77EB / DMR-EX87EG / DMR-EX87EC / DMR-EX87EC1 / DMR-EX87EB

12.6. Main Net (4/4) Section (Main P.C.B. (1/4)) Schematic Diagram (M)

A
NOTE:DO NOT USE THE PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING FOR ORDERRING.
THE CORRECT PART NUMBER IS SHOWN IN THE PARTS LIST,AND MAY BE
SLIGHTLYDIFFERNT OR AMENDED SINCE THIS DRAWING WAS PREPARED.
NOTE:PARTS INDICATED WITH "$" MARK ARE NOT MOUNTED.

TO
MAIN NET SECTION
(2/4)
J K M N O P Q R
L S
13
M:Main Net Section (Page: A )

VWJ0795=5
14

CL7404 CL7403

K1503
L1504

15
LB7401 G0A220GA0026 AV:AV I/O Section (Page: B )
16
VWJ0795=5
LB7407
TU:Tuner Section (Page: C )
J0JKB0000003 T:Timer Section (Page: D )

$[F1K1C105A026]
$[F1H1A105A028]

$[F1K1C105A026]
C7415 F1K1C105A026
TO P59001
DIGITAL P.C.B.
(D-NET SECTION)
P7402

CL7412 CL7411
K1KA88A00002
1 DGND DGND 2 TO PS90001
3 DGND DGND 4 BACKEND P.C.B.
(DVB-T BACKEND SECTION)

C1547
C1513

C7414
5 DGND DGND 6 P7413
7 DGND DGND 8 LB7410 *
9 DGND DGND 10 * 10 GND
11 DGND DGND 12 9 PS11R6V
LB7413 J0JCC0000164
13 XINTP DR12V 14 LB7408 8 GND
LB7414 J0JCC0000164
15 SCLK DR12V 16 7 D3R3V
17 XINTM DRGND 18 6 D3R3V
LB7416 J0JCC0000164 *
19 SBPTM DRGND 20 5 ASCO_TXD
TL7401
21 SBMTP DR5V 22 4 ASCO_RXD
G_DIG_CS_A
CL7401

23 XMPREQ DR5V 24 3 T_CS


25 26 G_DIG_DATA_A
AU5V STM2A 2 T_DATA
LB7406 J0JDC0000092 G_DIG_SCLK_A
27 XDMUTE STA2M 28 1 T_CLK
29 AADC_L P_OFF_L 30 CL7410

R7412

R7411
XFWE

4700

4700
31 AADC_R 32
C7405

AUGND LB7404 J0JKB0000012


33 D3R3V 34
*

35 AUGND I2C5DT 36
37 AUGND I2C5CK 38

CL7407
39 MIXLOUT_DM IT_CK 40
LB7422 J0JKB0000012
41 MIXROUT_DM X_SW_3V 42
43 DGND IECOUT 44
R7410 820
45 DGND DGND 46